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THE WASHINGTON I VA l a HtJVHTf TI TIMES 1 1 Lti TUESDAY TLTESll Y NOVEMBER 2L 21 190o 190 e u
I ALLEN ALLEN u RESIGNED RESIGNEDSays RESIGNEDFROM RESIGNEDFROM
FROM OLD DESIRE DESIREi DESIRESays DESIRESays i
Says Loomis Had Nothing Nothingto
to o Do With His Going GoingRESIGNATION GoingRESIGNATION GoingRESIGNATION
RESIGNATION ONCE REFUSED REFUSEDAdmits REFUSEDAdmits REFUSEDAdmits
Admits He H and Former Assistant Assi ant Sec Seereta Secretary Secretary ¬
retary reta Did Nat NatAgre Agree Well W lin linHarness inHarness in inHarness
Harness
4 Somebody at the tbeState State Department has hasbeen 11a8be hasbean
be been n undiplomatic undiplomaticThis undiplomaticThis undiplomaticThis
This Is the opinion In n the office of ofAndrew ofondrew ofAndrew
Andrew H Allen AlI U m chief of the Bureau Bureauof BureauofRolls
of ofRolls Rolls and Library who has resigned resignedhis resignedhis resignedhis
his position and has had had1t It accepted by bythe bythe bythe
the Secretary S cretary of < tt State to take takeetfect takeetfectDlcembEr effect effectDecember effectDecember
December DlcembErThis 2 RThis 2This
This will terminate a long 1ongoareer career of ofusefulness ofusefulness ofusefulness
usefulness and high h service In L the de department department e ¬
partment vartm nt on the part of Mr AllenYesterday Allen AllenYesterday AUenYesterday
Yesterday and this morning several severalpapers sQveralpapers severalpapers
papers published atcrfea e tvi1 G ilQ Sis about Mr Al Aliens Allens ¬
lens 1 < IU resignation I one hinting that he hehad hehad hehad
had been forced to resign his position positionand positionIUH positionand
and IUH the other asking WlklJtgboldlywhether WlklJtgboldlywhetherLooml baldly whether whetherLoomis whetherLoomis
Loomis was behind the move to compel compel2Ur COlIpelMr compelAir
Air Allen to leave ho e the departments departmentsservice departmentsie departmentsservfee
service ie noJCf
Resignation Resignat on Once Refused RefusedAs
As i t matter matt of fact Mr Allen sent In Inand inhis
his slgnatlon n > six or seven we weeks ks ago agosnd agoand
and it was not accepted because beCause 4t Is s ssaid
s said ld en high 1lghauthorlty authority the Secretary Spcretaryot
of State wished him to retain the theposi thepositton posl position
Hon in Inwblch n which he had given the Govern Government GovernIn Government ¬
ment In > nt such good ood service A short time timeago timeago timeago
ago however Mr Allan again communi communicated communlat communicated ¬
cated at d his wish to the Secretary to leave leavethe leavetht leavethe
the service eree aid this time the resig realgtuition resignation reslglu ¬
nation lu l n was accepted acceptedMr acceptedMr acceptedMr
Mr Allens AUen friends therefore want itdstinetly It Itdstlnctly
distinctly understood that he created thevacancy the thevacancy theucapcy
vacancy In the office himself and thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the department d ulrtment did not wish him to toleave toIta toleave
leave Ita V > m n spite of newspaper stories to tothe tothe tothe
the contrary contraryIt
It is admitted that some time ago agoMr agoMr agoMr
Mr Allen reported to his superior superior that thathe thathe
he 1 could not carry on the work of
his office satisfactorily so long as asl asFrancis
Francis l < rancls B Loomis then First Assistant AssistantSecretary Assistanttecretary AssistantSecretary
Secretary of State was allowed to In Interfere Intarfere interfere
terfere with 1th him It Is also strongly J JIntimated
intimated that Loomis has since then thenhad
had hard feelings against Mr Allen I c
There is however no reason say Mr MrAllens MrAUens MrAllens
Allens friends for thinking that Mr
Loomis forced him 1m out fU as It was wa Mr MrAllens
Allens wish some weeks ago to give up
the position pi sitlon
Leaked Out OutInquiry
Inquiry revealed reve lled the fact that the thestatement thelitatemiurt thestatement
statement of oftlle the forcing out did not notgo notgo
go to the theprflss > press through the orSlnary orGinarychannels
channels hn mels of the State Department DepartmentfJr
Mr Allen l len Is s astonished that it should shouldJjave should11ae shouldlave
lave gone out at all He does not regard re regard
gard the act as friendly at all He said saidtoday saidtoday
today todayI
I cannot conceive that the department departmenti I
i gave out such a statement Therefore I
refuse to be drawn Into a newspaper newspapercontroversy
controversy with some unknown unknownper per person
son 80nMr Mr Allens An ns friends wish to know who whoout whogave bo bogave
gave ou out the s story ory about the forcing forcingiuL orcingl
out l > ut They The argue that It could couIdonly could only onlhave
have been done by some person peraonlnlJIll inimical inimicalto ul ulto
to his interests 1nterestsSomeon interestsSomeone
Some Someone one they say sa has lras been be nundiplo und undiplo undiplotnatic iplo iploicatlc
icatlc icatlcIt matlcIt tnaticIt
It is now regarded as hlshl highly probable
that William WmI w Iliaut McNeir a a Waafiingtonian Waafiingtonianvfill
will Jn succeed Mr Allen in the Important Importantchlefshlp Importantchlefshtp importantchlefship
chlefshlp chlefshipMr chlefshlpMr
Mr Allen An n has been a Republican all l
Ills lW life He has been connected with the thedepartment thedepartment
department for nearly nearl twentyfive years yearshaving I IhayIng
having been appointed from North Carolna Car s solina SoUna
olina oUnaNOW olnaL1Y c cWith <
NOW L1Y NAN PATTERSON PATTEA8OIs
IS IN PORTO RICO RICOWith RICOWith
With With Husbnd However May < Event Eventually EventuallyLocate Eventually ¬
ually uallyLocate Locate S Somewnefeiln SomewnefeilnHonolulu Smewhete mewhere ia iaHonolulu i iHon
Honolulu HonoluluNSW Hon Honolulu HonoluluI hilu hiluNEW
I NSW YORK YORX1 Now SLs LaNan Nan Patterson Pattersontile Pattorsont1 Pattersonthe
tile t1 e actress actress ctre who whobeoarne became notorious notorl U8 In inconnection iconnection
connection with the death of Caesar CaesarYoung caesar Caesara
a Young the bookmaker Is in Porto PortoRico PortoRJco PortoRico
Rico according to advice advlceEJ received raeelvedIom raeelvedIomSan from Tom
San Juan today Her FI husband L J JMartin
Martin ss 13 s with her herThe
The couple arrived on the steamer steamerPonce amer
Ponce on Friday November It They Theywere
were ere on the ships 8h 15 register as a Mr and andMr andMra andMrs
Mrs Mr Martin iTr r Martin had hoped hopedthat
that Ma wifes Identity Identity would remain remainconcealed remainconcualed omaInconct
concealed conct 1ed but they had not been on onthe J Jthe Ithe
the the sea twentyfour hours hoursbetor before Nan Nanrevealed Nanrevealed
revealed who she was It was while whileame a ugame
game ame of Bards ws ail In progress with withother withother
other passengers p Ssengers In which Nan took an ananimated ananimated
animated part partIt partIt partit
It looks too as though Jerome J m would be beelected 00electe4 beelected
elected district attorney despite all the theoppostion
opposition of 0 Tammany rramm ny said one of ofthe ofthe
the > men m n who was playing a hand handI handI
I ant want to see that old foolelected fool
elected aid id Nan I had quite an ex experience exp exrerienee ¬
perience p ritmee with the district dl tnet attorney of
New New N fW Y York rk and I dont think much of ofhim of111m ofhim
him himThen Then Nan bit her Up and looked look d at ather ather ather
her husband But the secret was outMartin out outMartin outfarttn
Martin declared that his purpose purpose in ingoing IngotDg Ingoing
going to Porto POI to Rico was to invest Inv t hi a ahotel ahoteand
hoteand hotel 1 0 tel and that he had 260AA0 IOC 60 < X OO for the thepurpose theurpGiJ therurpoee
purpose urpGiJ Later he said he h had changed changedhis ehaJtgedhis changedhis
his mind and that after a tour of theiiand the theIsland
Island be b and hi his wife would go to Hon Honolulu Honolulu ¬
olulu oluluSENATORS oluluSENATORS
SENATORS SEr ATORS FOR FOR AND AGAINST AGAINSTCALL AGAI AGAINSTCALL JST JSTCALL
CALL ON THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTThree
Three Tbt < ee Senators who will be prominent prominentIn
In the railroad rallrtNul rate legislation strug struggle struggle struggle ¬
gle in Congress at this thl session 8efi lon called calledupon calledupon calledupon
upon the President Pr ldent thin tht morning mornID morningThey They Theywere Theywere
ti were Senator Kean of New Jersey JerseyMlllard Je JerseyMillard y yM1Ilarcl
Mlllard of Nebraska and Foster of orulslana ofT
7 oulsiana Two of thes are Republicans Republi Republicans Republicans ¬
cans and the other Is s a Democrat From Fromwhat FromWhat Fromwhat
what cAn be gathered Senators Millard Millardand Millardand Dullardand
and Kean K an are lr opposed to drastic legis legislation legfBlatlon legislatlon ¬
latlon and will fight any bill to thelast the thelast th th1ust
last ditch which wlrlc Appears to them to be betoo betoo
too severe Senator Mlllard statedhowever stated statedhowever
however that he was positive some someconservative some someconservative
conservative legislation leb1 latfon on the sub subject subject ¬
ject would be enacted enactedSenator EnltctedSenator enactedSenator
Senator Foster arrived just as the thePresident thePreBldent thePresident
President was leaving to attend the thewedding thewedding I I Iw
wedding w ddlng of MIew Mt Hitchcock ltchcook and he did didnot didnot didnot
not get t to talk long with 2tfr ir RooseveltHowever Roosevelt RooseveltHowever RoosweltHowever
However However It is generally known that h hwill h8 h8WSll hewfil
will support the President on the rate rateQuestion ratequestIon ratequestion
Question QuestionAPPETITE questIonAPPETITE questionAPPETITE
APPETITE VERY WILL WilLING WilLINGBUT WILLINGBUT C CBUT
BUT PRESIDENT CANT GO GOThe GOTbe GOThe
The President Pre ldollt has been beenof invit invited d to at attend attend attend ¬
tend the annual bfnouet banquet of ofinvited the nand nandmen Sanga Sangamon San Sanmon
mon Olub Olubof of Sprin Sprlngrteld tie Ill on Lin Lincolns 11nIns i in incoins ¬
coins Ins Birthday February SIy IS 1 The Invl Invitation Invlta11on Invltatlon ¬
tation was extended by b Senator enator Cullomof Cullom Cullomof CUUomot
of Illinois Illino President Roosevelt thanked thankedtor thankodth thankedtbb
th members membt > rs or the club through Sena Senato
tor toi to Cullom for the Invitation Invitationfur but stated statedthat j I i ithat
lst lststated
that It would be Impossible im Impossibleattend sslble fur him to J J j jattend
attend
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BUT r I fr L SIA1I r ALL PERCENTAGE PERCENTAGEOF
OF ELIGIBliES EllGIBLESNAMIU EllGIBLESNAMIUMany Hi HiMany AMEO AMEOMany
x Many of Those Who Passed Civil Ser Service S Service r rvice ¬
vice Examinations Ex minations Have Failedof Failed Failedof Failedof
of Appointment
Of the 116019 persons per ons who last yeapassed year yearpassed year yearpassed r
n passed civil service examinations but
39427 received Government Governme Governmesirappointments GovernmesirappointmentsThis 1t appointments appointmentsThis appolntmentsThis
1 This statement is contained contained In the an annual annual annoel ¬
n nual r report of the chief examiner eXamIner which whichis whichIs whit whits h l
is s made public today todayAn todayAn todayAn
An interesting feature of the examinabons examina examinations examinations ¬
tl tions t during the past year has been In Inthe Inthegreatnumber i ithegreat n L
t the t thegreatnumber thegreat great number bf persons pers persons ns who took tookexaminations tookexnmtnatlonsfor too k
e examinations e exnmtnatlonsfor f for or the isthmian Ist mlan canal wtnalservice canalservice cana canaservice l
s service s The tempting t mpdng salaries salariesv offered offeredclerks otleredclerks offeredclerks l
clerks and technicians on the Isthmus Isthmushave Istlm isthm isthmhave us ushave I
have done much to arouse interesamong interest interestamong Intereatamong t
among tI a large larg number of persons and andthe andthe an l tthe
t the t reports of unsanitary conditions in inPanama If IfPanAma f fPanama L
I Panama 1 have manifestly fallen on de deears deaf deafears deatears
ears Several large technical t hnIll1 examine examinations examlnatlOIS examinetIo ¬
tions tIo s were held hel In which more th 41 zt t
3000 3 persons competed for Isthmian appolntmente ap appointments appoIntments ¬
r pointments pointmentsThe I poIntmentsI polntmenteThe
The statement Is s made that in certain certainbranches certainbranc certainbrattc l
11 h branches branc tes es of work there are not sutflctettligible sufficient sufficienteligible sufflcleIteJt L
5 eligible e eJt e bl on the list to fill the vacancies vacanciesMahypmions vncnncicsManYdfu vacanciesMatly
f Mahypmions ManYdfu Matly 11 p m ons are under the Impression Impressionthat Impressionthat lmpressiothat ti
f that t as s quick as a vacancy occurs there thereis thereIs themis e
is an applicant ready to step In but butthe butthe bu buthe t
the chief chief examiner says sayssneciflcally sneclfically In Inhis Snfils n ntits
his Ii report rep rt ° that in lnrccrtainbrunches certain c rtaln branches thanare there thereare thereare
are not a large enuogh number to sup supply supph suply ¬
p ply ly the demand demandThls demandThIs demandThis
ThIs Is particulrrflyTiSO of ste7iographyand stenography stenographyand stet graphy graphyand
and a typewriting fts3lstant asSlsUinttopographer asSlsUinttopographercrattsma11 topographer topographercraftsman topographergraftsman
craftsman copyist cop 1st10pobptaphlc topographic drafts draftsman drattsman draftsman ¬
man IJ xan1l arfd Offlee draftsman rattsman tone topographfc to toneS po pographfc
graphfc irrigation IrrJg tIon engineer meat in inspector Inspector ¬ S
spector s physician Indian service assiatant as assistant asslatant ¬ S
8 sistant examiner farmer with knowl knowledge knowled knowldge ¬
edge e ed dge e of Irrigation teacher Indian serv service servIce seNIre ¬
lr ice Industrial teacher civil engineer an ansuberintendent and andsunerintendent andsuncrlntendent d l
sunerintendent of construction mechanl mechanical mechanlc mechanltai ¬
cal c l draftsman Ordnance Department Departmentand
and J engineer Indian service serviceHASHES servIceFALL serviceFALL
I FALL THROUGH SKYLIGHT SKYLIGHTMASHES SYUCDTMASH8PLIIMER8
HASHES MASH8PLIIMER8 PLUMBERS BODY BOOYODonnell BODYODonnell BODYODonnell r
ODonnell Unconscious Uncon cious at Hospital With WithPrincipal WithP Wi WiPrincipal tl I
Principal P ncipal Bones Shattered Shatt red Includ Including Including Including ¬
ing Pelvis skull and Ribs RibsDaniel RibsDaniel RibsDaniel
Daniel ODonnell forty years old of o f r r123E
i 1232 13 New Jersey avenue northwest lies liesunconscious lfesunconsGlous 11e 11eunaonsoious s I
t unconscious at at the Emergency Hospitalwith Hospital Hospitalwith Hospitalwith
with hIs skull fractured In two places placestwo placestwo placetwo
t two ribs broken one arm fractured the thepelvis thepelvis th thpelvis e
j pelvis shattered and the right le lebroken leg legbroken legbroken S
t broken ODonnell who is a plumber plumberplunged plumberplunged plumberplunged t
j plunged through a glass skylight and andfell andfell an d
t fell a a distance dlatance llsta 1C6 of or 1h1rt thirty feet at at 803 8o3street anI H Hstreet Hstreet I
street northwest about 5 5oc1ock oclock yester yesterday yesterdllY yesterday ¬
c day afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The pljyslciana at the hospital have havelittle haveUttle hav havlittle e
little hope of bIB recovery recoveryODonnell re recovery recoveryODonnell oery oeryODonnell
ODonnell went around Inspecting repairs re repairs repairs ¬
pairs J that had been made In the house houseduring houseduring hous housduring e
c during the day da On an upper floor he hestumbled hestumbled h hstumbled e
stumbled I over a piece of pipe and fell fellheadlong feUbeadlong fel felheadlong 1
I headlong through a thick glass sky skyKht skylight
1 light lightHis Kht KhtHis
1His
His His body bod turned over and over as h hplunged he heplunged heplunged e
l plunged to o the ground His him himstruck limbs limbsstruck limbsstruck ba
struck the woodwork several times be before betore before bam ¬
fore i he finally landed on the bottom bottomfloor bottomtloor botto bottofloor m
l floor on the side of his head headHEARST beadHEARST headHEARST
I HEARST I NOT EXPECTED EXPECTEDIN EXPECT D DIN
IN I N DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS CAUCUSThe
The question of admitting Ropresehta RopresehtaUve RoprqsentaUve Ropr serita seritafive
Uve 1 Hearst to the Democratic caucuhas caucu caucuslias caucubas
bas been quietly discussed in n the last lastfew lastfew las lasfew t
te
few J days by the members embcra now in n the thecity thecity th thTho e
city Thi Tt > eOneensusC consensus eon enUs t OC > f opinion ophll opinion n Js tlmt tlmtthe tbetth thathe t
the 1 th Tammany members hi In the the HOUBte HOUBtewill lI HOtt HOttwill hire hirewill
will ralsjjt rail the quasli6n qUJ5fi qp s 16n n shouldVHearst shouldVHearstpresent should Hearst Hearstpresent Hearspresent t
present TOmflelf mm mself elt One mAm member m l l1 ersaid r said to today today today ¬
day dayIts
Its my opinion no man will have havethe havethe hav havthe e
the opportunity to question Hearst Hearstsright Hearstright
right 1 to participate In the caucus bf bfDecember btD b bDecember f
December D ember 2 because hell not be there thereAt thereAt thereAt
At least I believe h he will not attend
He did not attend the caucus two twoyears twoeus tw twyears > >
years eus ago agoAPPRAISERS agoAPPRAISERS agoAPPRAISERS
APPRAISERS SWORN IN INDaniel INDaniel INDaniel
Daniel Fraser Frank K Raymond RaymondEdward RaymonEdward RaymondEdward >
Edward Graves John H Nolan NolaJoh NolaJohMitchell John JohnMitchell JohnMitchell n l
Mitchell Jr Thomas P Btephenson Stephensep and andJohn andJohnJ an anJohn nd d
John JohnJ J Barnard were today sworn sWornln sWornlnns In Inas 1 1as n
appraisers nittsera of the th land to be
as I app con condemned condemned condemaed ¬
demned C for use In the extension ofstreet of M Mstreet Mstreet a i
street I east from the Bladensburjr Road Roadto Roadto Roa Roato d
to 1 the District line lineCRAPENUTS U e eI eGRN
CRAPENUTS CRAPENUTSwith GRN with cream creamNeed creamNeed TS II IIAn 1
Need no cookingAn cooking cookingAn
An Easy and andDelicious I IDeliGious
DeliciousGives Delicious Breakfast BreakfastGives BreakfastGives
Gives that well fed fedfeeling fedJ fedfeeling
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feeling until dinner
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HlTCHCOCKSIIViS HITCHCOCK ° SIMS NUPTIALS NUPTIALSA
A BRILLIANT BRI LIANT EVENT EVENTContinued EVENTContinued EVEN EVENContinued T
Continued from First Page Pagevisiting PageYIsiIngCoat Pagevisiting
visiting YIsiIngCoat visiting coat and blackhatrMrs black black hat h l Mrs irs War Warder Warder Warder ¬
der black velvet and Miss Warder Warder tan tancloth tancloth t tcloth an
cloth clothAmong clothAmong clothAmong
Among the relatives of SecretaryHitchcock Secretary SecretaryHitchcock SecretaryHitchcock
Hitchcock who came to attend the thewedding thewedding thewedding
wedding were Mr ana Mrs M Dwight DwlghtCollier DwightComer DwighColter t
Collier Miss Georgette Collier Mr an anMrs and andMrs andMrs d
Mrs George C Hitchcock Mr and Mrs MrsLeopold MrsLeopold MrsLeopold
Leopold Camacho Mrs Comegys Miss MissBell MissBell MistBell
Bell Mr and Mrs Arthur Sewall andMr and andMr andMr L
Mr and Mrs Pope Yeatman YeatmanLieutenant YeatmanLieutenant
Lieutenant Commander Sims relativeincluded relatives relativesincluded relativesIncluded s I
included Mrs lrs A W Sims Miss Louisa LouisaSims LouisaShns LouisaSims
Sims Miss Mary Sims Mr and Mrs MrsJames MrsJames MrsJames
James Newlin and four children Mrs SirsJohn MrsJohn MrsJobn
John Sims Miss Janet Sims Miss MissMarion Missl s r
Marion Sims Mr tr and Mrs Charles CharlesPlatt CharlesPlatt CharlesPlatt I
Platt 3d Dr and Mrs Forbes Miss MissBessie MissBessie Mis MisBessie s I
Bessie Bessie Forbes William Forbes Mrand Mr Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Murray Forbes Mr and Mrs MrsJohn 1frsL
John Forbes and Miss Adelaide Clark ClarkThe ClarkThe
The residence of Secretary and Mrs MrsHitchcock Mrsl AirsHitchcock
Hitchcock In n K I street took on a J gal galappearance gala galaappearance galaappearance a
appearance for the wedding breakfast breakfastwhich breakfastwhich
which followed In the drawing drawtn r room roomwhere roomI roomvhere
where Commander and Mrs Sims stood stoodfor stoodfor stoodfor
for congratulations long strands of as asparagus a8l ¬
paragus vines were festooned from floor floorto floortO I IL
to ceiling where they the were held In n place placeby placeby placebunches I
by bunches of pink roses Pink and andwhite andwhite an anwhite d
white roses were everywhere in evidence evidencethe
the same sam same Idea of drapery of green being beingcarried belnRcarried beta betacarried R
carried out In the dining room which whichprevailed whichprevailed whichprevailed
prevailed In the drawing room On th the thebrides thel e
brides table were white roses while whilepink whUepink whilepink
pink was the color used upon the other otherBoards othe ther theroards
Boards oards
At the Breakfast BreakfastAt
At the breakfast were President and andMrs andMrs an d
Mrs Roosevelt the Vice President President and andMrs and andrs an anMrs d
Mrs rs Fairbanks FalrbanksaU all the members menb me nbers of the theCabinet theCabinet th thCabinet e
Cabinet the bridal party t and the relafives rela relatives relatlves ¬
fives of both families who came came on for forthe forthe fo fothe r
the event eventLieutenant eventUeutenaI eventIfeutenant
Lieutenant tCon Commander l1ander and Mrs trs Sims Simsleft Sims SimsIettthe Simsleft I
left Iettthe the city this afternoon for their theirwedding theirwedding that thatwedding
wedding Journey and upon their return returnto returnto returnto to
to Washington will take up their rest residence reldence restdance ¬
dence at the home of Secretary and Mrs MrsHitchcock AirsHitchcock Mrsl
Hitchcock until such time as as s their theirapartment theirapartment
apartment atStonelelgh at Stonelelgh Court Is ready
to receive r elve them themSTREET themSTREET themSTREET
STREET RAILWAY COMPANY COMPANYLOSES COMPANYLOSES COMPANYLOSES
LOSES SUIT AND WINS ONE ONEJames ONEJames ON ONJames
James A C Palmer won his suit suitagainst suitagainst
against the Washington Railway and andBlectric an anElectric nd ndE1 d
Electric E1 trlc Company and was awarded awardedas 200 200as 2COas
as damages for the loss of a horse which whichwas whic whicwas hl h hwas
was killed April 9 1 1904 19 < HJna lit a collision collisionwith co1l1 colllgiowith lon lonwith n
with a a car car of the defendant defenaantThe The case casewas caSe caSeI
was tried before befo e Justice Gould sitting situ
for civil business bjjsmessFrederick QjtstnessFrederick businessFrederick
Frederick Henning lost his suit suitagainst suitagaInst suitagainst
against the same corporation before
Justice Gould and a Jury jur Mr Hennjg Hennjgsued Henntgsued Honn Honnsued 8
sued to recover re90 er x500 500 for injuries alleged allegedto d
to have been received by him in an ac accident aecldent ascadent ¬
cadent on Fourandahalf street streetExclusive streetStrIctly streetStrictly
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StrIctly reliable qualities quaUtlest
euis euisExclusive
Exclusive ExclusiveNovelties ExclusiveI S
I Novelties in intV inTailored I
Tailored tV tl tf Suits Suitsat Suitsat Suitsat f i
at 20 to 90 90We Ii i iWe I
We aim at exclusiveness and andquality andquality
quality unlitY of the highest class inselecting in inselecting
selecting the suits that are to tobear tobear tobear
bear the McKnew label We Weaim Ve Vemm
aim to have worthy produc productions productions ¬ I
tions that will be a credit to you youand youand youand
and to the reputation of thishouse this thishouse thishouse
house as the leading cloak and andsuit andsuit
suit house of of Washington WashingtonAnd WashingtonAnd WashingtonAnd
And we also aim to keep the theprices theprices theprices
prices always within the limits limitsof limitsof limitsof
of reasonableness and economy economyWe economyl economyWe
We do not believe you will sec seca se sea
a better selected collection ofsmart of ofsmart ofsmart
smart tailored suits anywhere in inAmerica inAmerica
America at 20 to 90Rich 90 9oA
A Rich Showing Showingof o oFine
of Fine Furs FursEmbracing FursEmbracing FursEmbracing
Embracing every conceivable conceivablestyle conceivablestyle conceivablestyle
style In stolessearts stoles scarfs and muffs
Especially selected s lectcd skins care ¬
fully shaped and made ml1 c atX450 at atS45O
S45O 450 to 87 5O 5OWm 50 50Wm 50e
Wm H McKnew M Knew e W WAgent Co CoArent COAKenu
Agent for Centemert Gloves and Dr Jae 3mger Jaeger Jaeger ¬
ger and Ramie Flb Fiber r Underwear Underw Ar
I 933 Pennsylvania Avenue
LARGER SCHOOL BUARO I
IS I8SOtIGFIIBY SOUGHT BY VOMEN VOMENFed
Fed FederaiSonof ranon of Clubs Petitions for Un Unpaid
1 paid aid Body With Six of I ITheir
Their Their Sex
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The District Commissioners have re received recalved ¬ 1 1celved
calved the following petition petitionGentlemen petitionuentlemen petitionGentlemen
Gentlemen Your petitioners a a com committee ¬
mittee appointed by the District Federa Federation Federation ¬
tion of Womens Clubs representing
5000 women citizens householders and andmany andmany I Imany
many of them mothers and all of them themdeeply themdeeply 1 1deeplY
deeply Interested Jn the beat develop development development deceIopmeet ¬
ment of the public school system of ofour otour
our city ty most ost earnestly request that thatyour thatour thatyour
your our honorable honorable body consider the fol following followingg ¬ 1 1Sowing
lowing suggestions and If they hey meetwith meet meetwith meetwith
with your approval that you will incorporate In Incorporate Incorporate ¬
corporate them In your coming report to toCongress
Congress and request Its favorable action ac action action ¬
tion thereon thereonFirst thereonFirst
First That the number of the School SchootBoard SchoolBoard SchooBoard
Board be increased to at least thirteen thirteenSecond thirteenSecond
Second That the members servewithout serve servewithout servewithout
without compensation compensationThird compensationThird f fThIrd
Third That at least six of the thethirteen thethirts thethirteen
thirteen thirts < I1 shall be women womenOur wom women n nOur
Our city Is growing rapidly a and aJ ° d It t Is IsImpossible isImpossible
Impossible for five busy men and two twoequally twoequally twoequally
equally busy women to attend to all of ofthe otthe
the routine business and visit Ssft a a large largenumber larg largnumber
number of schoolsWe schools schoolsWe
We Weare are sure Congress would would C have no noobjection noobJecUon noobjection
objection to allowing a larger board ifthere If Ifthere
there was no appropriation demanded demandedSo
So far as we are aware this Is the theonly theonly
only only school board In any city that Is Ispaid Ispaid s spad
paid a a salary for Its services If It Is
desirable or necessary that salaries salariesshould salariessh salariesshould
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