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2 TEE WASHINGTON W ASRL GTON TIMES SATURDAY SATDTLDAYSEPTEMBER SEPTEMBER 16 1905
NEW CABLE LINETO USE USETO UNETo
TO THE FA FA FAREAST FAREASTMackay EAST lASTMackay EASTMackay
Mackay Announces Signing Signingof
of the Agreement AgreementGUAM Agree AgreeniitGUAM ent entGUAM
GUAM THE THESTARTW STARTINGPQINT STARTINGPQINTHearty STARTING POINT POINTHearty POINTearty
Hearty earty Support Received From om Prcsi President Prcsident Prcsident ¬
dent Roosevelt Roosev lt and Quick Ser 5erice Service
vice Is Assured AssuredNEW AssuredNEW AssuredNEW
NEW YORK Sept pt 16 167Atter After many manyyears man manyears manyyears
years of battling bat lhtG against difficulties di direct direct direct ¬
rect cable communication from the theUnited theUnited thcUnited
United States to China and Japan byway byowa by byway
way owa of the Commercial Cable Cabl Company Companyis Companiassured CompanyI
is iassured I assured and the project of orJh Jhe he late lateJohn lateJohn lateJohn
John W Mackay is on the eve of real realization realization reulIzatlon ¬
ization izationWith izationWIth b bWith
With the sl EinIng > nlnff oCvan of an agreementrby agreementrby3u
3u Takahlnv TakahlrorJapanseminlster Japaneseminister between betweenthe betweenthe betwecrithe
the Japanese apanese government oernmentand and arnlthe the Com Commercial Commercial Cornmetclal ¬
mercial Pacific Cable Company Cotnr > an landing landingprivileges landingprlvtI landIn landInprivll
privileges prlvtI ges ge3 and connections connectlonsJn in Japan ttre ttreobtained = are areobtaJned tre treobtained
obtained Landing rights wcroobtalned wero obtained
by b the company from China several severalvveeks severalweeks svera sveraveeks
weeks ago agoDifficulties agoDMicu1ties agoDPftlculties
Difficulties Encountered EncounteredConcerning1 EncounteredCopcernlng EncounteredCopcerning
Concerning1 the companys new ucwinents achieve achievements achIevements ¬
ments 3Ir 1r JIackay Macka said saidWhile sa1dWhUe aid aidWhile
While the Pacific aclflc cable was waS in n con on ¬
templatlon it was the earnest desire of o I
President Pre dent McKinley McKinle that we should lay la
cables to China and Japan apan and we as assured assured assured ¬ j
sured him that we would Woulddo do everything I Ipossible
possible to tocomply comply with his wishes At
times the difficulties seemed insuper ¬
able Among Amongother other things we had to tccontend
contend against a a protest from Russia S
against the cable to Japan as being beInGa a
breach of neutrality
President Roosevelt has given us
hearty heart support lIupportJn In order orde that American
commerce c mmerco might haVe a quick service
to Japan and China by an American
cable We Ve have also received efficient
aid aJdlrom from Attorney General Knox and andceed
Attorney A torney Gener4tIMood Generai3foody 1i W shallpro abaU pro
ceed ceedat at once onrowfth with the manufacture and
laying of these theil two cables J which vhl hwUl will I
take tak tak4l several Veral months monthsPiercesTar rnothsPi < rnth8 rnth8P
PiercesTar P Pi r sF SFat t East EasfTh raEThe V VThe
The Th Commercial Pacific Cable Com
pany pany pan will then ther pierce lerc the Far East at atthree atthree atthree
three points polntsU the Philippines China Cb1n and andJapan andJap andJap
Japan Jap I With the cable that has just just
been completed to Newfoundland a fifth lit Ui
cable to Europe which will be laid laldwithin laidwithin
within a a month a a cable from Guam to
Jap Japan apan n and one from Manila to Shang ¬
hal we will have a 0 system s ste i extending ext n ding ing
more than twothirds of ofth tho way around
the globe globeO
O DETEOTIYTOBRIN lE fIVE TO BRING 4 t tALLEGED
ALLEGED AEOEDBIOAMIST BIGAMIST BACK BACKReported
1 Reported Arrested ested in Cincinnati CincinnatiSaid CincinnatiSaidto Said
to Hare Married Wife No Noin
2 in ifl Virginia VirginiaInfQrmnUpn
InfQrmnUpn inforxnaiti IV > rn has J been > tCU een rec received 4tWUi tU ed b bC by VJ
Captain C pt In fioarTlmah B B atdniuT tan at t Lcteciivc ct clic fiead fieadquarters H d dQuarters
quarters of the arrest in Cincinnati of otRQb
Robert RQb rt L L1Y lyhartpiv ypon artnj who Is s wanted W J1te Jn JnAVashingtpri inWaSl n
AVashingtpri Wah1ngton WaSl rtGtorion on a feharge l1ar e o otb1gan1 bigamy De Detective Detc Dctective ¬
tective tc < Ue Heian H Jan Ia of the th Central Office Offi c left leUrnshnton
Washington rnshnton this morning mornln to so o to the
Ohio city cltyand and take charge of the pris prisoner prisoner
oner onerCaptaln
Captain Boardman says s3s Wharton was wasmarried wasmarried Wasmarried
married to Miss fiss Emma Vitt in St SL Paul I Il1ss
3Ilss l1ss in 3691 91 by the Rev ReCharles Charles Al Alvord I Iord
vord ord After living with his wife for forseveral forIeeral forseveral
several years enr6 he went to St Louis Louiswhere Louiswhere Louiswhere
where he obtained employment
Later he went to Virginia In Peters
burg he is said to have become acquaint acquainted
ed with Miss Bertha Miller UlJer of that
town and after a a yearns yea yeareour4srhip courtship our lp he
proposed ropos d that they thcl come to Washington Cashlmton
And beJ 1 be > > married She dhccoDentcd he consented casent and on
January J4nuaryZ1 27 7 1900 the couple was united
In matrimony matrJmon by bj the JRev Rc Donald Me
Lfod Ix > od Wharton returned to Petersburg Pctersbur Pctersburand
and lived with his wife until about six
months ago agoThree a 10 10TIlree
Three months ago Mrs Irs Wharton rharton Xo 1
learned of the second union and wrote
a a long letter to Mrs Irs Wharton No o 2
telling her of the perfidy perfid of the young
man An attorney was consulted and
he hI advised Mrs rs Wharton harton No 2 2to to come corrie
to Washington rashington and have the police J > QlJce
make efforts to apprehend the alleged
bigamist Upon information furnished I
bythe by the records and the Rev te MeL Mcteod Mc Odjthe Qd the
gran grand Jury Indicted 1Vhprton and ndDe Dc
tecU teties eS liclan ltnd d McNimee It1t Lavc been
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looking for him ever > er since 4 ce S
Thy rrh y located him lm In in Richmond lUchmo Va
Immediately Jr me4 tb after the warrant was
placed in their hands han ds Before he could
Jv p arrested however howev r he h went w > nt to Phil Phi ¬
adelphia and later to Savannah Ga
and was last heard of in New ew York city elt
At the time of his arrest Wharton who
is f a commercial traveler for a whole
sale drug company clmpan was known as Rich
ard MQgan He stoutly stoutl maintained
that Morgan Iorgan was his name ame but finally finan
acknowledged that he was Wharton harton hartonAGED
AGED MRS FREER FREERTRIPPED
TRIPPED AND FELL FELLiirs FELLrs
Mrs rs Margaret Mar ret Freer seventyeight seventyeightyears seentelght3ear8 seventyeightyears
years old tripped and fell eli at Eleventh Eleventhand Eleventhand
and and D streets northeast nortilMst N last night nightfracturing nIghtfracturJng nightfracturing
fracturing her left leg An ambulance
was 15 summoned summon d and the woman was
taken to the th Casualty Hospital Some
= = fear was felt for Mrs INI Frecrs lore rs recovery
but this morning it was wa as said ald that she
was s improving i
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tember t mber 16 GEORGE W V LEESXITZER LEESSITZERJotice LEESITZEItyotice
Xotlce of funeral hereafter hereafterNew her fter fterNew
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THREE T EE MEN KILLED KILtEOPassenger KILLEDIN
S IN N BAILROA WREGK WREGKPassenger REC RECssenger
Pa Passenger p ssenger Train on B 0 Runs IntoSwitch Into IntoSwitch
Switch Engine at Kim Kimmel Kimmel Kimmel
mel Ind IndCHICAGO IndCHICAGO mdCHiCAGO
CHICAGO Sept 16 litAs As a result of ofthe orthe ofe
tl the th e engine drawing an eastbound eastbo nd pas passenger passenger
senger se seru nger train on the Baltimore and Ohio Ohiorunning
ru rum running nning into a switch engine cngl e early ear this thl thlmorning
ruw morning m orning at Kimmel Ind three men menWere menere
were w ere killed and twentyone twentyo twentyone e pofcohs po sin sinjured In
jured juredThe ju juni red u uThe
The passenger passen pasaener cI train trnhf i Ift t Chlcago l iatso last lastnight
night ni nibo ght at 830 oclock oclockjand and waa wa > east eastbound eastund
bound bo und The heswitch switch engine ngiri at Kimmel Klmm l lVoas
was w wco as allowed to protrude protnitlc over over on on n to the theTTzln thealn
TTzln aln iii Hue ii ue e and the passenger line was wassideswIped I
sideswIped s The engine mall car carcombination carmbination i
combination co mbination baggage bagga e and passenger passengercoach passengercoach
c coach co coem ach turned over and rolled down an anembankment anembankment
embankment em bankment The Plttsburg sleeper sleeperson
1 Syson S Sy son left the track and was slightly
d damag damngl damnglhe da magek < vL vLThe
The he dead F P Snyder engineer engineerank
ank Smoot baggageman Walter
ilson Zanesyllle Zanes UJe qhlo Ohio found toun under undermfllJ
mall ail car supposed to t have been steal st al
g a ride rJdeDeloye
Deloye Thompson or 3 Saslifngton ashlngtoh asltfn S o 1 1one
j e of tlje tb passengers injured was cut cutabout
out the face and legs legse j jThe
The Th e name of t IDeloyt Ieol Thompson T o pson docs docsnot doest
t appear up hpjei c r tnthe In in the Vashhgton directory dlreetor directoryone 1
one of the Thompsons whose names namesmight namesght
ght have been corrupted into this thLCfConn thisrm
rm would admit having havln been Involved j
the Kimmel wreck WreckPLAN J
LAN PERFECT LIKENESS LIKENESSOF LI KENESS KENESSOF
OF GEN R E LEE LEEThe LEEThe
The fact which too frequently trans transpires ¬
res in American history hlstor that no accu ccu ccurate
te and authentic portraits of her great greJtmen
en are faithfully falthtull preserved has Jul5t
aused used 1 1 of r tiir the the j j vi i
t a nmber dcv devoted ted ad admirers
rera of Gen Robcrt RobcrtE Robert1Jee E > liee e to toltrterest toltrteresthcmsetves = interest
to cause a1 q1lerCcctplcture > erfccfpicture of otthe
e great general eneral to be made and pre preserved
< rved for future history historY historYThis
This work after a lapse apse of forty tort tortcan
can ars Is now under way wa by b the John
1 Lowell Bank Note Company Com pan of Bos Boston
n which is using for this purpose the theact
act photograph made at General Generale3
es e3 residence In Richmond a few fewi3 fewys
i3 ys s after aCtertI1C the surrender s rrendcr which pic picture pictures ture
s always been considered by b the Lee Le Loemily
mily and friends as the most rnostpcrfect rnostpcrfectkeness perfect pertectlikeness
keness ever taken of the general at attbat atnt
> nt period periodThe periodThe
The work when hen finished will be of otthe S
e highest art of steel I engraving so soat I
at It will m thus be preserved pre eIed for all alltime
me S I IOpen
Open Air Sacred Concert on it Sunday SundayTomorrow s1 aay aayTomorrow
Tomorrow afternoon the Naval G F FBand
and will plav on oh the Highlands aver averoking r rlookln
lookln oking the city elt upon which the Unltea Cnlte CnlteStales
tates Realty Realt Company Is to build a amOllll a aflII
flII city cJt In twelve months Only Onl Onltwelvc Onlywelve
1 minutes ride from the Capitol CapitolBulhUnt Capitoluilding
B uilding Take Tak the Capital Traction Tractionrs TractionS
rs on Pennsylvania avenue marked F Fmd Fnd S
nd G going east Panorama view of orashlngton
pqual to that of Paris from fromSt fromt
t Cloud The Th French architect LEn LEnrant LEnnt ¬
nt faced acel the Capitol toward these theseHighlands theseighlands
because ho h expected them to tobo tue
e covered with palaces Dalac > similar to tothose tc tcose
ose overlooking oerlookln < the capital of France FranceSPECIAL FranceSPEIAL FrancePEISAL
SPECIAL PEISAL NOTICES NOTICESHAV1XG NOTICESAVING
disposed lj poscd of the drug business businessonducted busIi1esonducted
by me for the past pa t six sl years years1t yeart
t No Io S3 S H st nw t tu < Messrs Ig rs S M 1fYaJner illagner
agner and A II Koim graduates rduatcs of oCharmacY ol olharmacy
I bespeak for them the same sameenerouspatrona sameenerOuS I
enerouspatrona enerOuS patronage o which has been been1war1d beerwarded
warded to t me All bills due me > are arcayable 11 11payablo
to the new firm C L J KRAUS KRAUSHrwhlJ IRAUShaving
Having purchased tho above business 1 lt1sines lt1sinese uslne8s uslne8swe
e beg tel announce that we shall con conl1Jct conuct ¬
uct a reliable rt > lIable pharmacy carry carr on onrtand or orand
and at all times tlm R a complete line of orpur ci ciure
pur ure drugs Jru z chemicals chern Ic IE and toilet prepa prtoarnt prenuaticnz ¬
rnt i < ns and will spare no effort ITort lo sat ratfy at at1M ¬
1M fy our patrons su U as > to quality I ua lit prices priceslOd pricesnd
nd services rendered S M 1 WAGNER WAGNEIRsel2t AGNER
1 eo selljt selljtOrICl sel2tOTICE
OrICl Is II hereby given Iven that that the th an anItUal anual ¬
ual meeting of the J T Maury Iaury Dove DoeomprrJ Dovcomprny
omprrJ omprny Inc for the election el > cUon of trus trusleQc trusees ¬
leQc ees of the company com pan and the transaction trnn acUon
f other business for the next ensuing fJtsulnstear exsuingear
ear will be held h ld at the main cfllce < affie
t the company om > < L southeast corner of ci ciwelfth
welfth and F streets northwest Wash Washnaton a5h a5hoton
oton D I C at 12 2 OCLOCK NOON on or
RIDAY OCTOBER 6 1903 J MAVRY MA1R
OVE 4O COMPANY O IP ANY Inc Per WIL ¬
IA I H DOVJi Secretary Secreta SecretaS
September S < ptemb r IS 3903 1 It ItAUCT ItAUCTION
AUCTION AUCT ON SALES SALESI
rs 5 HORSES HORSEs 75 5 HORSES HORSESWILL H HORSESWILL RSES RSESWJLI
WILL POSITIVELY BE SOLD AT ATRLINGTON ATRLINGTON
HORSE HORSECOS COS STABLES STABLES52S7 STABLESw
52S7 w M 3 tit t nw Washington Vas lngton D C COn COn C COn
On Monday the 18th ia05 at 10 a 1 m
VIlI ill McHenrv Bro have consigned com hned hnedwo i iP
wo car loads of extra fine and heavy heav3raft P
raft horses and mules 35 head of local locnllorses I Iorses
lorses
ARLINGTON HORSE HO SE CO CO32S7
32S7 M st nw Washington aHhlngton D C
C E Kendrick and W V L 1 Palmer Palmersel PllmrselC2t PalmerselG2t
sel selC2t 2t S Auctioneers A AuctioneersEPT eUon ers
iEp1 i4T005 14 1005 lt1OTo To AVhobi W1r h bi n jt lt l Jin ln3Cf Vonc Coneern n rn r I
wlJJjaeltat wJI e1r at auction all II BOocTs g 1f8 lOt ir lr S B Drhtit Bright
right for or torajcc and other fXIIln expPnae < t > < nsc8 > lC8 on or orpternb1C
WiIF1JREAMEH W r ErIE1 c43t I IJ
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MAKES M AKES NO EXPLANATION EXPLANATIONOFGAMPAIGN EXPLANATIONOF
OFGAMPAIGN OF CAMPAION UIFT UIFTBliss
I ILifes
Bliss B liss Refuses to Discuss New York YorkLifes YorkLifes
Lifes Contribution ConmbutionPresident ConmbutionPresidentMcCall ContributionPresidentMcCall President PresidentMcCall
McCall Meets Perkins PerkinsNEW PerkinsLW PerkinsNEW
NEW LW YORK Sept 16 16CorneJlus Cornelius N NBliss XBliss
Bliss B liss to whom as treasurer of the Re Republican
I publican p ubllcan National compaign cQmpalgn committee committeein
pIn
i In the three last national campaigns the theNew
2 New N ets York Life Insurance Company Com pan paid paidt150000
3 160000 l lt for campaign funds according to tothe tohe
the t he confession of o George Gd rge W V Perkins Perkinsvice P rldns rldnsyce
i vice yce v ice president of the te company and an anpartner amartner
I partner p artner of J P Morgan while testify testifying testifying ¬
1 ing lu luv g before Corc the legislative Insurance In InVestigation inestigation
vestigatlon v committee refused today toda to tomake tomake toake
i make m ake any explanation explanationAt
I At the office of J T P Morgan 1l rgan who was wasthe wastho washe
the t he fiduciary agent for the funds in inquestion Inquestion inuestion
question q uestion all information tending to tothrow tothroVo tohrow
throw t further light on the subject was wasrefused wasrefused wasefused
refused refusedAs refusedAs r efusedAs
As soon as Mr Ir Perkins arrived at the thewent theoffice
office o ffice of the NeW York Life today he hewent
went w ent Into consultation with John A Me Ic IcCan
Call C < all the president and the entire sensa scnHaUonal
1 tional ti onal testimony given by Mr Perkins Perkinsbefore
i before b efore the committee was gone over ov < r by bythe b bthc
1 the t he two men in detail detailHOLDERS dctaflHOLDERSOFMORTGAGES
HOLDERS HOLDERSOFMORTGAGES HOLDERSOFMORTGAGESWith H OF MORTGAGES
HOLD O UP IMPROVEMENT I O
I IStates
Within With Withn the th next n t month the tnited tnitedStates
States S tates Government GoernmentwlIJ will have clear title titleto titleto
to square 324 Immediately Immedlatei south of the th thPOBtotflce
Postofflce POBtotflce P Department and a short time timethereafter
Pt
thereafter t work on the new n w addition or orannex
annex a nnex to the original building will be begin
ag gin g in
ginFour FQur hundred thousand dollars was wasappropriated waSappropriated
appropriated h a by Congress last year ear In Inthe Inthe
the t he sundry civil < Ivl1 bill yf March Iarch 3 for the tbeurchaso theurchasO
I purchase p urchaso of this site It t is understood understoodthat
t that t some of the property on the square squnroIs
is incumbcred Incumb red by mortgages and the theholMers
holders h oblers of the liens lIcn refuse to accept acceptpa
I payment pa p mcnt before the date of expiration e plraUJn plraUJnThe
The T J he only solution to tne problem Is I for forthe
t the th e Government to wait until that time timeor timer
t or o r pay such holders the original amount amountborrowed amountborrowed
borrowed b by b the mortgagee plus the theinterest theinterest
i interest for the entire time specified in inthe
t the he paper Only two of the pieces of orpropert
I property p ropertyare are tied up upMAFJRIAGE upMAIUUAGE
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESHollister LICENSESHomster
Hollister Sturges 25 of Los AnlcsCal Angles
Cal C al and Jeanne F Steele 21 of New NewYork
York Y ork city cltrVl11lam
William V Bartram 28 of Plttsburg Plttibur PlttiburVa
Va V a and Pauline Hildcrbrand 26 2 of oftaunton 1 IStaunton
Staunton S taunton Va
John G Dillard 27 and Clara L J JBroolts
Brooks B rooks 19 both of Caroline county count Aa Yaw YawTames I
James Hopkins 21 of Alexandria Alexm rJa Va Yaand j j
and a nd Pauline A Hart 20 of District of I
Columbia C <
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100 Frederick Antictani AntictamKeedysville Kcedysville KcedysvilleHagerstown KeedysviIIeHagerstown
Hagerstown and return Leave Wash
ington l ngton Baltimore Ohio It R station stationS
S so a m Sunday Sunda September 17 Splendid Splendidopportunity Splendidopportunity
opportunity o to spend Sunday In country countryIs eountr eountrJ3EER
I i J I
J3EER I IIs I
Is IsaHugh IsaHughGlass a High HighGlass r
Glass Brew Brewof i iof
of the finest malt and hops hopsthe hopsth I Ithe
the th world affords To main maintain mauitam ¬ I Itain
tain tam the superior quality and andperfect andperfect andperfect
perfect purity of Munich we wedouble wedouble I Idouble
double the cost of ordinary ordinarybrewing ordinarybreJing ordinarybreiing
brewing The The hops we usu USi u are areimported areimported areimported
imported direct from Bohemia BohemiaA
A 400foot Artesian Well Vell sup supplies supplies supplies ¬
plies the th water w ter The beer is iscooled iscooled iscooled
cooled in THOROUGHLY THOROUGHLYFILTERED THOROUGHLYFILTERED THOROUGHLYFILTERED
FILTERED AIR It is AM AMPLY AMPLY AMPLY ¬
PLY MATURED before b fore leav leaving leaving leaving ¬
ing ing the brewery breweryOn
On Draught and In Bottlei BottleiDrop lottleDrop lottle ottleiDrop
Drop postal or phone 222 for forcase forcase forcase
case 2 doz 135 135jHTOrder 1 125ZOrdcr 5 5vTOrdcr
jHTOrder Diamond when you youwant yoUWl1lt yotwant
want a tI perfect light beer beerNational beerNational I INational
National Capital Brewing Go
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DOIL8 UUVAllSBODY ij IJVAWS BODY BEACHES BEACHESNEW REAGHESNEW
NEW NE YORK PORT TODAY WMWill
Will W Be Sent to This City for Burial BurialWas BurialWas BurialWas
Was Embalmed at atNEW atSea
Sea SeaEV
NEW EV YORK YORKSept Sept iG EAndrew Andrew B Du Duvail DuvaJ DuaIl
v vail aIl Corporation COrPoratJonCounsel Counsel of the District DIstrictlot
lot o of Columbia qOlumba who whodl died d of Brights Brlihtsdis Br1ghtsdis Br1ghtsdisse dis disease ¬
I c ease ea se xm n the American m rJcnn Liner Philadel Philadelphia hlJadel hlJadelphlare ¬
p phia phlare hia reached chcd port today from Ports Portsmouth Portsmoutb Portsouth ¬
u mouth moutbHIs m outh
His death occurred TucsJayv TUccIa3The TUccIa3Theodyr rucs ayFThe The
body b odyr Wja asembalmed embalmed and nd brought broughtoP onv
It Whir w f oe Ok c sentio sent to his home In hlWnsh 1nWah Wash ¬
li ington In gton for buriaL buriaLMos Vif VifMoses
Moses Mos MosesSeptember s September Furniture F FurnitureSale FurnitureSaleFurn1turefor mitur Sale SaleFurniture S e eFurniture
Furniture Furn1turefor for every room under under price priceCHOScCH priceCHUkCH
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CHOScCH CHUtCH NOTICES NOTICESml NOTICESTIlE
TIlE T HE EASTER PRESBYTERIAI CHURCH
9 6th 6t h st and ml Maryland alland ave ne neRet Rev Thomaa
J C Easton D IX D Pastor PnEtorOo 030 am Sunday
school sc hool and special l cl J class cln for young youn men 11 I
a am m
preaching preachln by the pastor tor 730 pm
vesper v vS esper service with a a brief discourse
Strangers S trangers cordially cordial > Invited InU N B BThe The re S
I op o pening nlngr of the main auditorium which has
li en beautifully frescoed frelC d and an decorated decoratedwlr will IS
take ta hee place on Sabbath September Ptember 24 It ItST ItST
ST S T ALBs ALB S HILl HILIOpenatr > Op najr service Ca
tP thedral t hedra site Sunday 4 pm The Rev Re C C
Pierce P ierce D D Chaplain United Suites St te1l Armr
w will ill preach Vested elt choir assisted by the
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fartne Band
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HON HO HARRY M 1 CLABAUGH M LL UL D
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The thirtysixth annual session opens on onWednesday onedneslla oi oiednesday
Wednesday V W edneslla ednesday October 4 1D05 005 at 620 p m In Inthe Inthe ii iie
tl the th e Law School Building Nos 500 and 508 5 5E 50 I
E E street northwest at which time announce announcemerits annOUlcements
n merits m ents will 111 be made for the ensuing term termAH
J AH M 11 l Interested are cordially Invited to be bepresent bepresent b a
p present presentThe pr esent
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I Law L aw building da daily from 4S50 4 to 6 p m for forinformation torInrornatlon to toformation r
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t enroll en roll before b rore the opening night nightCirculars nightCIrculat
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Ol of Lowdermilk Co 1421 142 r r street northwest northwestand northwestand northwestd
n and an d John Byrne Bm Sr Co 1322 I F street north northwest northwest northest
v west w est and at the W S Thompson Pharmacy Phannac Phannac7U3 >
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The fiftysixth session will m begin September September2S r
2 2S and continue eight months Students Studentsmatriculated Studentsmatriculated Studentatriculated i
matriculated m > for day instruction only night nightlectures nightlectures nigh nighctures I
I lectures le ctures having halnl been abolished Practical Practicallaboratory PractIcal PractIcallaboratory Practicaboratory
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