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THE HE WASHINGTON TIMES WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1906 iO
ARTIST OUTCALT OOTCALTOriginator OUTCALTINTHESP1AN OUTCALTIRTHESPIAN
IRTHESPIAN ROLEOriginator ROLE ROLEOli
Originator Oli inator of Yellow Kid KidLikes KidLikesHis KidVike
Likes LikesHis His Work WorkTELLS WorkTEL WorkTELLS
TELLS TEL L S OF 0 F EXPERIENCES EXPERIENCESKnight EXPERIENCESKnight EXPERIENCESKnight
Knight of Crayon as Fond of Chalk ChalkTal ChalkTa1k ChaikTaiasBolsof
Tal Ta1k TaiasBolsof TaiasBolsoft as He Is of ofv ofL
Drawing Drawing
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From cartoonist to a vaudeville star starIs staTis starIs
Is the unique experience of R F Out Outcalt Outcalt Outcalt
calt who is doing a Buster Brown BrownTighe BrownligheYeltow Brown7fgheYeflow
ligheYeltow Tighe Yellow Kid turn at Chases ChasesTheater ChasesTheater ChazesTheater
Theater this thlsweek vc week k He says he doesnt doesntknow docsntknow doesntknow
know which is the more enjoyable enjoyabledrawing onjo enjoyabletrawln abIe abIerawlng
drawing trawln rawlng sketches of plain American Americanthings AmerIcanthings Americanthings
things or telling te1lln the people why he hodrew hedrew hedrew
drew thnm He likes to do both bothIn bothIn bothIn
In his dressing dr sslnt room at Chases after afterhe afterhe afterhe
he had concluded a twentyminute turn turnand turnand turz turzand
and having answered several encores encoreshe encoreshe encoreshe
he had to please tho matinee m tlnec girls girlshe girlshe girlshe
he expressed himself as much gratified gratifiedthat grat1u1e1that ttfied ttfiedthat
that his work was taking t klng so well The Thepictures Thepictures Thepictures
pictures he produced with a a few strokes strokesof strokes strokesot strokesof
of a big black crayon cr on proved decided decidedhits decidedhits decidedbits
hits It was ns a repetition of the re reccptlon reCeptlon reception
ccptlon given him all along tho line linehe linebe linehe
he says saysI saysI
I dont know how to explain he hesaid hefa1d hesaid
said Just why wh people are amused with withpen withpen withpen
pen pictures I will 111 call them I have haveconcluded haeconcluded haveconcluded
concluded that you ou cannot Invent any anything anything anything ¬
thing funnier than the plain American
boy There Is nothing stranger than thanfiction thanfiction thanfictIon
fiction than truth and nothing funnier funnierBuster funnlarBuster funnierBuster
Buster is only a 3 plain American boy
He has a boys habits and did what whatevery whatevery whatefry
every boy In similar circumstances circumstanceswould circumstanceswould s sWould
would do I have tried to keep him himyoung hlnOung hinioung
young Oung It looks as a if he never would wouldSTOW wouldSTOw wouldgrow
STOW old
Tighe No Invention InventionTJghe InventionTSghc Inventionat
at TJghe was not an invention He Heteas HeAS Hewas
teas AS conceived J The faithfulness of a abig abig abig
big dog to a boy bO Is a houseword housewordthroughout housewordthroughout housewordthroughout
throughout the world orld Buster would lose losehla losehis Joschis
his individuality without Tighe I dont dontknow dontknew donlknow
know what led up to the thought but It Itcame Itcame 11 11came
came and from the moment It was wassprung1 wassprung wassprung
sprung upon the public In the form of ofa ota ol ola
a a funny sheet to a a Sunday newspaper newspaperits newspaperUs newspaperIts
its success was as assured Tlghes faith faithtulness falthulncs8 faIthlulness
tulness to Buster even when Buster did did did111m t
him wrong when he administered an anopiate 8noplnte aropiate
opiate to him when he wouia wot1 hide from Cromhim
him or when he would whip him is iswhat Iswhat is iswhat
what I based by first series of Buster BusterBrown BusterBrown BusterBrown
Brown comic c mlc pictures on onWith onWlthtbe onWlth I Ithe
With Wlthtbe the Yellow Kid It was about aboutthe aboutthe
the same The idea Just dawned upon uponme uponme uponme
me and the results were a great sur surprise surprist sunpiis ¬
prise piis The Th Kid has been b < en burlesqued in inso in inso
so many ways wnV8 that to some it has lost
Its It individuality IndlvrduaUt The original Yellow YellowKid YellowKid YellowKid
Kid will live though thoughOne thoughOne thoughflne
One of the funniest runnl st experiences I IEnr
ever hd was on an occasion in Chicago ChicagoI
I was playing to a childrens matinee matineeXw
Now if there is anything that will grate grateon graten ate ateon n
on n a fellows fe > lIows mind it Is the humdrum humdrumndse L t
nfise made by b a bevy of children Away Awa Awabak
bark ir I the audience a little babe was wasth wasth
th thA chief chic noisemaker The climax came camenfr camAnflt cam I
nfr I had ha produced a dozen pictures of oi oitli r
thp tli Yellow Y < ll w Kid KidWhy KidWhy Kid4Why
4Why Why dont lie draw Buster Brown Brownthe BrownthE Brownr I
the child hlld asked Ral ed I heard it and told the theloy the11O th thloy
loy 11O I would stop right there and mako makoHm makoI
Hm I m a Buster Brown He citjnb climbed d up on onthe ontllf onlie
the tllf lie seat seato igo o to get a good look 1 oJc iI I began beganth be an anthp I Ithe
th the picture pl tille but before he got satisfac satisfactorily satisfactorIly satisfactorllv ¬
torily seated ited the seat turned up with withhim withhim
him and he fell I drew the picture but butin butin
in the commotion he did not see It I Ihnd Ihod
bed turned tUn1 d the picture over over and began beganI egan eganwith L
with Tlghe Tho boy got ot angry and andyelled andeHed andyefled I
yelled eHed out at the top of his voice voiceDidnt
t Didnt See SeeBuster SeeBusterI Buster BusterI
I didnt see Buster D Dn n It why whydont wh whdont whya
a dont hedraw he rnw me a Buster His mother motherbecame motherbecame
1 became embarrassed ejnbarrassed at the remark and andmy andm andnil L
my m Buster friend was taken out outAgain outAgain outAgain
Again at Lincoln Neb eb I exper experienced cxperIenced oxperienced ¬
ienced a atthIque unique turn of affairs I had hadgotten hadgotten hadgotten
gotten nearly n arlY through through with my part of ofthe orthe o othe
the program prosTam when suddenly the lights lightswent lightsent lighbwent I
went ent ou out For a moment I did not know knowwhat knowwhat knouwhat
what to do but seizing the opportunity opportunityfor opportunityor
for or some som fun with with the audience I In Indulged Indulged indulged ¬
dulged In a joshwith them saying that thatI thatJ L Lhad
I had not n thought that the pictures pl pictbresrew t11res I IJrew
Sirew Jrew rew were were that bad but if they were wereI wereguess wer
I 1 guess I had better quit The audience audienceanswered audienceanswered aud1enc aud1encanswered I
answered back and for twenty minutes minuteswe minuteswe t
we had a good time I tried that scheme schemeseveral schemeseveral schemeseveral
several ttmcs since but It did not have havethe havethe liav liavthe
the desired deslr d effect Things to be appre appreciated appreciated nppr npprciated ¬
ciated in this world must be spontan spontaneous spontaneous spontaneons
eous This is what the people like Its Itswhat ItsWhat t
what I try fry to give them and so far farwe farwe fan fanwe
we have haveGotten gotten along quite welL welLIN wellPAGES
PAGES NOT INCLUOEO INCLUOEOIN
IN It CHILD H1L LABOR BILL BILLSenate BILLSenate BILESenate
Senate Expected xpected to to Substitute Dubois DuboisIJroposition Duboisroposition I IIoposiUon I
IJroposition for the House Housef HouseAct j jr
f r Act ActTha ActThe ActTire
The diminutive d pages that go scurry scurrying scurrying scurrylug ¬
ing around the halls of Congress need neednot neednot flee fleeflot i
not lie in hi fear of losng their jobs by bytho bythe b y ythe
the enactment of a a child labor law by byCongress byCongress b I ICongress f
Congress Whentho When the Senate Committee Committeeon 0 0on I
on Education and liabor or reports such suchbill a abill nbill 1
bill to the Senate It Is reasonably sure surethat surethat sur surthat i
that it will eliminate the provision ap applying appl ar arplying ¬
plying pl Ing to the pages In the Senate and andHouse andHowse an anHouse
House of or Representatives RepresentativesIt
It Is now n flaw w practically assured that the thoSenate theSenate th thSenate
Senate will w l substitute the Dubois bill billfor billfor bi 11 11for 1
for the House act Members of the thecommittee thecommittee tin 0 0comxnltttse 3
committee believe tho former bill wouldbe woul would wouldbe d dbe 1
be more stringent It provides explicit explicitly explicitly explicitly ¬
ly that no child under fourteen years of ofage ofage c If Ifage t r
age shall be employed In any factory factoryworkshop factoryworkshop factor factorworkshop
workshop mercantile establishment establishmentstore est1bllshmentstore t tstore
store business bnslneSs bnsi css office telegraph office officerestaurant officereslaurant ofilc ofilcrestaurant
restaurant hotel apartment house housetheater housetheater hous houstheater 1
theater bowling alley allo or In the distri distribution distribution distrbution ¬
bution or transmission of merchandise merchandiseor e eor
or messages messagesNo messagesNo message5No
No such child shall be employed emplo ed In any anywork anyWork an IT r
work performed for r wages or other othercompensation othercompensation othe othecompensation ITr r t
compensation to whomsoever payable payableduring payableduring payabhduring
during the hours when the public schools schoolsof schoolsoC la laof 8
of the District of Columbia are In ses session sessIon senslots ¬
sion nor nor before the hour of 6 oclock oclockIn oclockIn ocloc oclocIn
In the morning orning or after the hour of 7 7In 1In 7In 1
In the evening eveningXo eveninGNo eveningNo
No child under sixteen years ears of ago agoshall aGashall a 0 oshall I
shall be employed In any establishment establishmentunless establishmentunless it itunless it t
unless the person or corporation em employing emplolng eq eqploylng ¬
ploying him him procures procures and keeps on file fileand fileand fi fiand
and accessible to the inspectors and the thetruant thetruant tl a
truant officers of the theDistrict District of otColumbi otColumbian Columbia Columbiaan La i
an age and schooling certificate and an
keeps two complete lists of all such suchchildren suchchildren suc succhi2drenemployed
children chi2drenemployed employed one on file and one oneconspicuously oneconspicuously or Le Leconspicuously I
conspicuously posted near the principal principalentrance prIncipalentrance princip al alentrance tj I
entrance of the building In which such suchchildren suchchildren suc h hchildren 1
children are employed employedThe emploedThe employedThe
The Hquse act applies only onl to the em employment en 1 1ployxnent i ¬
ployment ploy ment of children under sixteen years yeas a
during the school schoo session It also pro pro pn ¬
hibits boys from selling newspapers newspapersMODERN newspapersMODERN newspapersMODERN
MODERN SAYING SAYINGMen SAYINGMen SAYINGMen
Men laugh at the thing they fearto ear to o
hid hlc their alann alarmDetrolt Detrolt News Newst 4
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MISS MUENTER MUENTEROUTWITS MUENTEROUTN1TS
OUTWITS fillTMTC UUInlio Pfll POLICE POLICEAND POLICEAND rllLIUL IPF
AND SLIPS AWAY AA r
Terrific Gas Explosion ExplosionWorks ExplosionWorks
Works Havoc in Tunnel TunnelFifteen Tunnelt TunnelFifteen Tunnelifteen
Fifteen F I Overcome in Bowels of Earth Below BelowRiver Below1iver
River by Inhaling hi haling Gas and Pulverized PulverizedCement PulverizedCementFour PulverizedCementFour
Cement CementFour Four Will Die
NEW YORK YOR May 2An explosion of ofgas otgas
gas g t s In the Iron and cement framework frameworkalongside frameworkalongside frameworklongside
r alongside a the racks in the southern boref bore boreof t tof
of o f the twin tunnels running from Fit Fifteenth Fitcenth ¬ J Jt
1 teenth t street Jersey Terse City to Morton Mortonstreet Mortontreet 4 4street
street s Manhattan under the Hudson Hudsonriver Hudsoniver t tI
river r caused an accident today in which whichfifteen wl1lchfifteen whichfteen
J fifteen fi fteen men were overcome overcomeEight overcomeEight
Eight were taken from the tunnel un unconscious ¬ J Jcl
conscious consciousFive c onsciousFive cl L LIolve
Five of these were removed to Jersey JerseyCity Jerseyity TerseyCIt
City CIt C < ity hospitals and four of them are not notexpected notexpeerd 1 1epec
expected epec < d to live liveThe liveThe j jThe
The other seven were rescued by five fivemen 110men fiveen
m men en who had escaped injury in the theexplosion theexplosion thexplosion
explosion e Those most seriously 6erJouslhurt hurt hurtinhaled hurtnhaled 4 4Inhaled
1 inhaled gas and pulverized cement cementThe cementThe cementThe
The early earJ report was wn as that men In the thetunnel thetunnel theunnel
j tunnel t had h d been killed by b tunnel gas
GAGE AS kS THEOSOPHIST THEOSOPHISTALLY THEOSOPHISTALLY TIIEOPII18Tr
ALLY Ali OF F HE MEI TINGLEY TINGLEYFormer TIGLEFor r r
Former Form r Cabinet Officer Reported En lEnlisted Enlisted E11listed ¬
listed in Behalf of Religious Religionsln Religionslnstitutlon In Institution Institution ¬
stitution at at Point Loma LomaLOS LamaI LamaLOS LomaLOS
LOS ANGELES CaL May 2 2It It Is re reported reported reported ¬
ported here that Lyman J T Gage for former former former ¬
mer Secretary Secretar of the Treasury who re recently ret reently ¬
cently c resigned a highsalaried position positionas 1 1as i
as president of a New York trust com company comany ¬
pany any has not only bought land near nearPoint nearPoint nea r r
Point Ix Iom3o > ma but has decided to join joinforces Jointorces iou I i
forces f orces with Mme KatherIne TIngley In Inthe I Ithe Ii I i L
the cause of theosophy and th the general generalwork generalwork genera generawork I I
work of increasing the strength of her herPoint herPoint he r rPoint
Point lAma institution as the seat of ofthat otthnt a t tthat C t
that religion In America AmericaMrs AmericaMrs
Mrs E B Millar of this city a aniece aniece i i L
in
niece of Mr lIrGtge Gage whom he visited a afew atew s n i
st
few months ago said today toda she did not notknow notI no noknow t
know anything of her uncles plans plansI
I read In one of the newspapers that thatMr thatMr tha thaMr t
Mr Gage had bought land near Point PointLoma PointIAlt1a Poin t
Lorna said Mrs Irs Millar Ubut but I do donot donot di 5
diI
not believe he Is going to be Identifiedwith identiflenwith Identified Identifiedwith I 1 t
with Mme TIngleys institution institutionThe InstitutionThe
The object of Mr Gages first visit visitto visiti vlsi t t
to Los Angeles was never made known knownexcept knownexcopt knownexcept I
except that it was W as on 0 n private business businessHe businessHe L LHo
He la In said to have made another rays mysterious IIlYBf raysterious ¬
terious visit to Los Angeles recently recentlyand recentl tr trand
and to have gone to Point Loma where wherehe S She
he has two grandchildren
I
I INEWS NEWS OF OFGEORGETOWN GEORGETOWN II 1 I ICharles
Charles C Lancaster president of the theCItizens th C CCitizens
Citizens Northwest Suburban Assocla Assoclation
tlon Tenleytown D a c has arranged arrangedfor arrangedfor arrangei i ifor I
for a n meeting Friday night at Masonlo a aHall i
Hall Wisconsin avenue near Grant Grantroad Grantroad Gran troad t l
road Congressmen George F Burgess Burgessof Burge S Sof 3 I
of Texas and Robert W V Bonynge of c f
Colorado will mako addresses addressesKiocked I
I II
Knocked Down by 07 Car CarIgnatius CarIgnatlus I IIgnatius
Ignatius Belt of 1 1416 < 18 < Thirtysixth Thirtysixthstreet Thirtysixthslreet h hstreet 1
street northwest colored coJor d was knocked knockeddown knockeddoo d ddown i 1
down by a southbound car of the Me Metropolitan Metropolitan ¬
tropolitan line Monday londa night and aus I Itamed
tamed a broken leg legCombinea legCombined
Combined Christian Forces ForcesThe ForcesThe ForcesThe
The Federation of Christian Forces Forcesof orce orceof
of Georgetown G CIIrge town of which Rev Zed H HCopp HCopp It ItCopp
Copp Is president will hold a a meeting meetin meetinSunday
Sunday afternoon at 3SO at the Dum
barton Avenue enue M E Church The sub I
Ject to be taken up will be Better Ob Observance Observance 01servance
servance of the Sabbath SabbathLinthicum SabbathLinthicran
Linthicum Institute Closing Closingo
iCo o date has been set as yet for the theclosing the theclosing th 8 8closing I i
closing of Linthicum Institute on O Ostreet 0I I I IStreet
street between Thirtyfirst and Wlscon I Isin
sin avenue It Is understood however I Ithat
that the exercises will m be beheld held the latter latterpart latterpart laue r rpart
part of this month Heretofore the th e eschool I
school has been closing the first week ve ek In I a a I
May MayThe Ma MaThe
The elocution classes
are now rehears ¬
ing two farce comedies to be presented presentedon preente i ion i
on commencement night As usual Prof ProfEdwin ProtEdwin Pro f fEdwin
Edwin B Hay will 111 award the prizes to tothe tothe t 0 0the a
the successful students The prizes will w111onsl5t wi 11 11consist 11 I
consist of rJH coin drawing instru instrumert 1 1meat
meat etc ct
About twenty t enty man were at work in the thesection
section s of the tunnel In which the accl accldent I Ident
dent occurred The Erie tunnel Is re regarded regarded regarded
garded as one of the most difficult and anddangerous anddangerous
dangerous pieces of engineering work workever workever
ever undertaken In New ew York YorkJuly
July rul 12 l 15S1 the belief that compressed compressedair compressedair
air would support the roof of the tun tunnel tunnel ¬
nel without tumbling coat twentyone twentyonelives twentoneIheB twentyoneives <
lives l The roof of the tunnel gave way waythe wa wathe
the waters of the Hudson flooded it and andtwentyone andtventone
twentyone were drowned like rats ratsThere ratsThere
There have been other deaths there therefrom
from explosions and various accidents accidentsThe accidentsThe tccldentThe
The tunnel Is being built by the New NewYorlc e eYorJc
York and New Jersey Railroad Company Companyof
of which William G McAdoo Is presl presldent president
dent It was as begun more than twenty twentyyears twentyyears
years ears ago but work on it was aban abandoned obandoned abandoned
doned for years It la now almost com completed coinpleted ¬
pleted
THINK AMERICA GOT GOTBritish GOTr OT
DREADNOUGHT PLANS PLANSBri
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British Bri sh Suspect United States of Hav Having Having
ing Made Use of the Much MuchPrized
Prized Papers PapersLONDONT
LONDON LONDO May 2 iA A grave JT ve naval
scandal has developed over the myster
Joite disappearance of the plans of the thenew I
new battleship Dreadnought which was WIUlaunched I
launched only a short tlmo ago agoIt
It is believed that the plans have been beensold
sold to a a foreign power by a navy de departmeat
partment official The government has I
been trying to keep the matter quiet
but the fct has htt now transpired that
the plans disappeared a month mon th ago thaii and i
were returned to the admiralty through throughL I
the mall The power which secured the th t
plans is not known but suspicion is 18directed in I
directed toward America Qwlng to the theannouncement
announcement that the United States StatesIntends
Intends immediately to construct a a bat
tleshlp on Improved Dreadnought de designs designs
signs s nL nLThIs
This Is the most serious betrayal of ol I
British naval plans that has occurred occurrec I
In many years ears and la i a hard blow to U S
the admiralty admIraIt because of the many new newconstruction nesconstructIon
construction methods in the Dread Dreadnought Drea Dreanought Dreadnought
nought which England En land tried its hardest hardestto hardestto
to keep secret in the hope that it would wou1nput
put Great Britain several years ahead aheadot aheadof
of the other powers in the new style styleof styleot styliwarships
of warships warshipsNaval warshipsNaval warshipsNaval
Naval Authorities AuthoritiesDeny AuthoritiesDeny AuthoritiesDeny
Deny Impeachment ImpeachmentNaval
Naval authorities in Washington scoff scoffat Bcoett f fat
at t tho suggestion that the plans plansot of the theDreadnought theDreadnought thi thiDreadnought
Dreadnought were surreptitiously ob obtained obI ohtamed ¬
tamed by thIs Government and deny denyi den1that den r rthat
that the plans of the 18000ton battle battleship
ship have In any manner been Inspected inspectedI Inspectenby
by American naval nayalarchJtects nayalarchJtectsIt architects architectsIf
If we could obtain the Dreadnought Dreadnoughtplans Dreadnoughtplans t tplans
plans In a manner free and above board boardthey hoardthey
they would be of considerable protes professional protessional ¬
sional interest to us USU eald a naval con constructor
structor today But even 1C I we were wereso wen S Sminded
so minded I do not think It would be hI S Sworth
worth while to try to obtain them In a asneaking a asnenklng 5 5sneaking
sneaking way We believe our ability ablUt to ti
design de IEn a big bll ship Is just as great as that thatof thatot tim t
of the British constructors constructorsLABOR
LABOR ORCANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONSCELEBRATE
CELEBRATE MAf MAfDAY MADM DAY DAYTho r
Tho socialists and labor J bor organizations organizationsrepresenting orsanlzat1Jnsrepresentfnlt B
representing the Economic Educational Educationalleague EducatIonalLeague EducationaLeague
league celebrated May Day D 1 In Odd Fel ¬
lows Hall last night by an enjoyable enjoyableentertainment enjoyablentertalnment
entertainment consisting of music musicspeechmakinsr musicspeechmaklnK musicspeevhmaktng
speechmakinsr and dancing The audi audience nudlence andsacs ¬
ence was enthusiastic and the musical musicali musleanumbers
numbers on the program arri a th thspeeches thft thftSpeeches thspeeches
speeches delivered by W Gaylord W1I W1Ishlre WUshire <
shire of New York editor of Wilshires
Magazine Ma lne and James M Rellly of New ew
Jersey Jers y were most generously applaud applauded
ed i isadore Berstein was chairman 1
of the committee of arrangements and ann I
Introduced the speakers apeakeraSCHOOL speakersSCHOOL
SCHOOL BOARD MEETING DELAY DELAYThe DELA
The T e Board of Education has postponed t
Its meeting scheduled for this evening evenIn
until Friday in order that the report reportof reportof t
of Superintendent Stuart on the Gardnere Gardne Gardner r
case e may be received receIvs
PRESIDENTS I ORDER ORDERPLEASES ORDERPLEASES OIIEIIPLEASES8OTERNRS
PLEASES PLEASES8OTERNRS PLEASES8OTERNRSNo SOUTHERNERS SOUTHERNERSNo
No J Troops to Go With Father Sherman ShermanOver ShermanOver ShermanOver
Over Route of March Through ThroughGeorgia ThroughGeorgia ThroughGeorgia
Georgia
General satisfaction is expresses by bySouthem
Southern S Senators and Representatives RepreentatIesoerthe
1 oerthe b bver ser the prompt action of the President Presidentin
in n countermanding counterman lng General neral Duvt Dua1s Dua1sorder is isorder
order o rder providing a cavalry escort for the iheRev loheRev
Rev Father Sherman over the route routefollowed routefollowed
followed j f by b his father General Sher Sherman Sherman
man Z on the famous march to the Ulesea
sea 2 s ea
searhe
The President1 order was communi communicated communiared
cated c < last night to General Duvall at atAtlanta atAtIanln
Atlanta and was at once transmitted by b bhIm
him h im to Lleout Lieutenant nant Campbell command commandIng commandJng
Ing J ng the detachment accompanying accompar Ylng Fath Father Father
er E e r Sherman ShermanConsiderable ShennanConsiderable
Considerable indignation was manfest manfested I
ed E e d here yesterday by b Southern states statesmen statesmen i
men Z when the details of Father Sher Shermans Shermans I
mans J project became known The TheWar jhear he I
War ar Department took occasion early earl in inthe Inthe inthe
the t day to disclaim any knowledge of ofthe otthe ofhe
the t t he fact that a military mllltar escort had been beenprovided beenrovided en enprolded
provided I p rovided and sent a message of inquiry inquiryto
to t o General Duvall His reply which whichcame whichcam
came cam c last night nl ht showed that he had hadarranged hadArranged
arranged a the matter m tter entirely entlel upon his hisown blsown
own o wn responsibility responsibilityIn
In the meantime m antlme Senator Bacon of ofGeorgia orGeorgia
Georgia G eorgia had notified the War Depart Department Departent
ment m mc ent that If the soldiers were not re recalled recalled realled ¬
mth called c < he would today on the floor of ofthe orthe
the t th thtl e Senate demand that appropriate ac action acUon ¬
tion tl on be taken to send the soldiers soldiersforming soldiersforming
forming f the escort back to their bar barracks barracks
racks J r to attend to their legitimate legitimateduties leg1tImatduties
rd
duties dutiesDiscussing dutiesDiscussinG d uties
Discussing the thernaUer matter Senator Bacon Baconald Baconsaid
J said s aid The Rev Re Thomas Sherman will willbe wUlbe I
be 1 b e welcome to come to Georgia and to tofollow totallow toollow
f follow J his fathers lino of mara to the thesea thesea theea
s sea c ea As s an Individual he would be becordially becordially
c cordially welcomed by b the people of orGeorgIa
c Georgia G eorgia His father General Sherman Shermanwere Shermanere
v were w wc ere he living would be cordially wel welcome welcome wetome
c come ome But this military feature Is an aninsult anInsult
insult J i to the State StateAt StateAt StateAt
At the War ar Department D partmenl it is stated statedthat statedthat
that t there was nothing irregular In the theaction theaction thection
a action I a ao ction of General Duvall in Issuing 18sulngorders Issuingrders
o orders 4 for the soldiers to go on this thismarch thismarch thisarch
r march 1 m arch It 13 a common thing for offi officers omcers oft ofters ¬
cers c ers interested In their studies to visit visitthe visithe I8It I8Itthe
J the t he battlefields of the civil war In order orderto orderto
t to 1 o get a clearer Idea of what they the thelearned theyearned
1 learned lG from maps and histories said saidGeneral saidGeneral saideneral
t General G eneral Bell uIt It develops that General GeneralDuvall Generaluvall neral neralDuvall
Duvall D uvall sent out the officers and men on onthis
r
this t his march with Instructions that they theystudy the thestud theytudy
e study I stud s the battlefields en route Father FatherSherman FatherSberman
Sherman J S sS apparently hearing he lng of the themovement themocment theovement
r movement m asked and was granted per permission permIssion permission ¬
r mission to accompany them themThe themThe themThe
The trip was not made at the request requestof requestof requestf
t of I o f Father Sherman and no troops were weregranted werebTanted weregranted
j granted as his escort escortWIFE escortRIFE scorLWIFE
1 WIFE I I j OF oi EXMAYORCOMMITS EXMAYOR EXMAYORCOMMITS MAYOII MAYOIICOMMITS
COMMITS SUICIDE SUICIDEMrs SfflCI SfflCIMrs
Mrs Finch of Toledo Arose From Her HerBed HerBed HerBed
Bed to Swallow Carbolic CarbolicAcid CarbolicAcid CarbolicAcid
Acid AcidTOLEDO AcidTOLEDO AcidOhio
TOLEDO Ohio May H 2Mrs Mrs Robert RobertH RobertH RobertH
H Finch wife of exMayor Finch com committed commltted cornmitted ¬
mitted 1 suicide s lclde this morning by drink drinking drinkIng drinkag ¬
ing l I ag carbollo acid She had been in ill illhealth 111health L Lhealth
health for some time timeThis timeThis timeThis
This morning at 6 oclock she was wasmissed wasmIssed I Imissed
missed from her bed and a search re revealed revealed reealed ¬
vealed v ealed her on a a couch in in an adjoining adjoiningroom adjoiningnYJm adjo1nIn adjo1nInoom
room r oom fully dressed and unconscious unconsciousShe unconscIousShe unconsciousShe
She i died half an hour later Having Havingclothed HaJngclothed Hav1n Hav1nlothed
clothed c herself she went to a pantry pantrytook ran pantryook try trytook
i took t down a bottle of acid cId drank dranJcovor dranJcovoran over overan oyes oyesan
an ounce of it placed the thebottlu bottler back backon backon bach bachn
on o n the shelf and then went to a e cotct cotctn < < nch JChIn nchIn
In s I n another room where she was found
by her husband She Sh leaves a large largofamily largetamlly largeamily
family familyMONSTER tamllyMONSTER f amilyMONSTER
MONSTER I CRAFT DEWEY DEWEYHAS DEWEYHAS DEWEYIlAS
HAS CLEARED CLEAREDSUEZ SUEZ CAKAL CAKALThe CAF0ttThe
The dry dock Dewey has eafely eafelycleared eafelycleared safellleared P
cleared c < the Suez canal after two de delays delas deays ¬
lays l ays that threatened thr2atened to block interna international international internaiortal ¬
tional t t commerce and is now nowpreparlng nowpreparlngto preparing preparingto prepanlno
to 1 t o start on the last long stage of its itsourney itsjoumey Its n nourney
joumey j ourney of many months from the theIhesapeake S
Chesapeake C bay to Tvlanlla loIanlIaews TvlanllaNews lanila lanilaNews
News ews or oCthe of the dock having cleared the thecanal thecanal p pcanal
canal reached the Navy Department Departmentlate Departmentlate t tate
late J l ate yesterday afternoon in a a cable cablecram ableIram cablegrain
cram from Captain Hosley at Suez Suezwhen SuezHis SuezHis
J His dIspatch 8lowed that It h had d pass passed passd
ed e d through the canal in tour days dayswhen dayswhen
when it had been anticipated that six iiixwfiU ats C C4ia
oj 4ia wfiU IN b requiriQ
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May Have Gone to Join JoinSuspected JoinSuspected t I ISuspected
Suspected Harvard HarvardProfessor HarvardProfessor HarvardProfessor
Professor
CAMBRIDGE Mass ra8s May 2 2Bertha 2Berthduenter Bertha BerthaMuenter 1
Muenter sister or Erich Muenter the theHarvard theHarard tb 0 0Harvard
Harvard Instructor and student of the theoccult theoccult tb B Boccult
occult wanted by the authorities to ex explain explain explain ¬
plain f certain Incidents connected with withthe withtho i ihe t
the t he death of o his wife April 16 has hasslipped hasslipped ha S Slipped I
B slipped out of Cambridge under the very verynoses ver ery eryn08e3 Ir Iroses
r noses n oses of the police and left for the theWest theVest tb 0 0est I
West WestAs W VestAs est estAs
As the police had been shadowing her hersince hersince be r rince
since s ince her arrival Sunday Sund In the hope of oflocating orlocllUngher o t tocating
locating locllUngher l her missing brother by b her hermovements hermOem be r rovements
movements mOem m ntB the th chagrin was wnsdeepened wnsdeepenedb deepened deepenedby a ay t
t by b y the belief that she has received news newsof newsof new 3 I
o of f Prof Muentora whereabouts and andgone andgone an anone 4 t
f gone g one to join him himImmediately himImmediately himImmediately
Immediately they learned of her de departure departure dearture ¬
J parture p arture they kept the wires humming hummingwith hummingwith hummin 5
with w ith messages to all the cities through throughwhich througbwhich hr hrhich
which w hich she he might pass p s8 asking that all alltrains alltrains a arains 1
trains t be searched and that the Cam Cambridge Can Canridge ¬
I bridge b police be kept in touch with her hermovements he r rovements
movements m They ThC are powerless to bring brin 5 5er
her h er back to CambrlcJre under present presentconditions It Itondition t
conditions c < ondition but do not wish to lose track trackof trackor trac it itf c
of o < f her
herPolice
Police Baffled at Every Turn TurnMiss Turn115S TurnMiss
Miss 115S Muenters hasty exit from Cam Cambridge CambrItIge I Iridge ¬
bridge b ridge is In keeping with her conduct conducttoward conducttoward it itoward t t
toward t the police since she arrived She Shehas Shehas Sb IC
has h as baffled the authorities at every everyturn cyeoturn ever everurn 1
turn t urn declaring to Impart any an informa information lnformatlon IrifornuIon ¬
tion t Ion that would ould assist them In the thesllshtest thesllhtest 11 11lightest j
j lightest s manner in solving the death deathmystery deathmster cleat h hmystery 1 i
mystery mster of Mrs 1I3 Muenter MuenterMiss Muenter1Uss MuenterMiss
Miss Muenter MUf nter has been staying at the thehome thehome ti 10 10ome e
home h ome of Mrs Bertha Derrick SO Gar Garfield Garfield r rield
field f street Cambridge She spent most mostof mostof ma St Stf t t
of o f yesterday In preparing the furniture furnitureIn furnlturIn furnitui furnituin
In I n the Muenter homo for removal to toChicago t tChIcnIO i ihicagO
Chicago C About 7 oclock oclocklast last evening eveninga evenin eveninhurry
a hurry call was telephoned to a livery liverystable liver livertable 1
stable s for a a closed carriage to be beo sent sentto Zlentto
to t o Mrs Derricks home homeBefore homeBerore homeBefore
Before the th stablemen had time to tohitch tohitch I IbItch
hitch up Frank Bryant the student etudes etudesriend
friend f of the Muenters rushed Into the theshed theshed U i
i shed s st hed and Jumped j mP d into the carriage and andtold andtold at atold
told t old the driver to hurry hulT to EO En Gnrneld Gnrneldtitreet G Ganilet r eld eldIItreet
titreet IItreetArrhlng s treet t
Arriving at the house Bryant entered enteredand nteredand ntenn ntennrid 1
and a rid issued therefrom accompanied by b 1 y
Miss US8 Muenter They were driven rapidly rapidlyto rapid rapido
to t o Boston where Miss Muenter caught caughtthe Ctlughtthe caugl tit 1
1 the S oclock train for Chicago ChicagoGirl ChicagoGirl ChicagoGirl
Girl a Match for Authorities AuthoritiesMiss AuthoritiesMiss AuthoritiesMiss
Miss Muenter apparently devoted her hertime bertime h en enine r
time t ine yesterday to fortifying forUln the case caseProf of ofProf otPro t
Prof Pro Muenter should he respond tQ her heradvertisement herndertlsement ti tiadvertisement r
advertisement Chief of Inspectors Hur Hurley Hurley Hu Huey ¬
1 ley l ey finds that Miss Muenter is a a shrewd shrewdand shrewdand shrev shrevand j
and resourceful girl and she proved that thatshe thalsho tb tbhe
she s he is a match for the police > ollce in the In Investigation InvesUgatJon I Ivestigation ¬
vestigation of the murder by slow poi poisoning polsonln pc pcconing j ¬
coning sonln of Mrs Muenter Chief Hurley Hurleyand Hurleyand Hurl sy syand
and and Inspector Dechan planned a in secret secretsearch secretsearch seer t tsearch
search of the Muenterapartments When Whenthey Whenthey Whi Sn Snthey n l
they opened the door the girl confronted confrontedthem confrontedthem confront ed edthem d Ii
them She made no objection to the thesearch thlsearch tJ tJsearch
search but insisted on participating in It Itand 1tand If Ifand i
and summoned City Solicitor Pevey Peveycounsel Peveycounsel Peve sy sycoune1
counsel for her brother brotherThe brotherThe brotherThe
The searchers made an exhaustive ex examlnation examfnatIon a aamtnation
amlnation of the rooms and Captain CaptainHurley CaptA1nHurley capta captaHarley
Hurley took possession of everything he hecould hecould I Icould
could find nd in the shape of remnants of ofthe orthe ofthe r
the family supplies which were pur purchased purchaseU pu puchasI
chased during Mrs Irs Muentera last Ill Illness illness It Itness ¬
ness Captain Hurley flIed a market marketbasket m mark rket rketbasket t tbasket
basket and Miss Muenter Jotted down downeach downeach dos rn rneach 1
each article in order to keep a a record of ofjust ofjust ofjust f
just what the police have as a basis for fortheir fortheir 1 or ortheir t
their investigation investigationSecond InestlsatJonSecond investigationSecond
Second Analysis Arranged ArrangedAn
An important point was scored by byMiss byMiss I ty tyMiss j
Miss Muenter when she arranged arrangedthrough arrangedthrough arrange sd sdthrough i
through Lawyer Pevey for a second secondanalysis secondanalysis secon nd ndanalysis d 1
analysis of the stomach of Mrs rrS Muen Muenter Muenter Mue a atar i ¬
ter It was as the first analysis perform performed performed U Ued ¬
ed by Prof Whitney of Harvard Uni University Unlarslt Us ii iiversity i ¬
versity arslt which disclosed that Mrs MrsMuenter MrsMuenter Mi rs rsMuenter
Muenter had been murdered with ar arsenic arsenlo a ascale ¬
scale Prof Whitney will repeal repea hIs hlaanalysis hIsanal it rq rqanalysin
analysis anal SI but this time with an eajert eajertemployed G enc ert ertemploed rtemployed rt t
employed by Miss Muenter observing obs observin ning tig K i
the process and securing material mat rla1 for fordefending fordefending f fdefending
defending Prof Muenter should he be beIndicted beIndicted I IIndicted
Indicted and tried triedBeer triedBeer triedBeer
Beer Caused Arrest ArrestOf Arrestor Arrestof
Of a Muenter Suspect SuspectIXDGANSFORT SuspectLOGA et etLOGANSFORT t i
IXDGANSFORT LOGA SPORT Ind May 2 2A A glass glassof glassot gIn Leg Legof > s
of beer and his admission that he had hadbeen hadbeen h ad adbeen Ii
been a professor in Harvard University Universitycaused Unlverslt Unlversltcaused ty tycaused y
caused the arrest of George Maurice MauriceSoule Mauii oIaurIceSoule Ice IceSonic e
Soule of Boston in Fort Wayne yes yesterday y es esterday is isterday s ¬
terday afternoon the authorities sus suspecting suspectIng si is ispecting > ¬
pecting him of being Prof Erich Muen Muenter Muenter MUE n nter ¬
ter Soule wears w weqrs rs a beard like Muenters Muentersbut Muenterbut Iuentcrsbut f
but it was the item in Muenters descrip description description descr us ustion ¬
tion that he drinks occasionally occasionallywhich occaslonaUywhich occasionaji y ywhich v
which caused Soules arrest While hewas he bewas hewas e
was discussing lOa a a glass of bock bocktoliceman a apoliceman a apoliceman
policeman Inquired if he was not not13arvad a aHarvard I aHarvad
Harvard professor professorUsed professorUsed professorUsed
Used tobe to be said Soule So le and the thepatrol thepatrol t ae epatrol e
patrol wagon came In a 8 hurry hurrySoule hurrySoule hurrySonic
Soule established his identity as a aformer aformer aformer a
former adjunct professor professorot of French and andGerman andGerman a nd ndss
German and a graduate of the dos dosrt cLoJ cli cliaf ss S Sg
rt g IS S
mm ENJOKICommemorating ENJOYS I IFINISHED
FINISHED FINiSHEDPROGRAM PROGRAM j jQ
Commemorating Q Fortysec jond
ond Anniversary AnniversaryFAMOUS AnniversaryFAMOUS
FAMOUS MEN PARTICIPATE PARTICIPATEOrations PARTICIPATE9rations PARTICIPATErationsby
9rations Orations rationsby by Deaf Mutes MutesPresentition MutesPresentitionQf Presentation PresentationI
of Candidates for Degrees DegreesDr DegreesDrHale Dr DrHale
Hale Present P nt
I
Presentation exorcises exorcises commemorating
the fortysecond annlversaryofGallau annlveZJ anniversnxyofGaflaudet > D orGal1au
det det College are arebel being being gheld held at Kendall Kend81lGreen
Green this afternoon
Gallaudet is one of the largest last
tutIons in the country for the instruc InstructIon
tion of deaf mutes ana ana owing to the thenumber
number of students graduating eachyear each
year widespread attention is always at attraded attracted attiacted
traded to Its commencement commence ent Many Many of ofthe
the students learn to talk Wk during the
course and deliver their thel orations in a amost
most creditable manner The program programtollows L
follows
Invocation Dr Edward Everett Hales Hiil HiilDD Hali
D DD D chaplain chaplainor of the Senate SenateOration SenateOration
Oration What TMakes 1 > Iakes a Friend
Daisy Margaret Henderson of Arkan Arkanease kan
ease eaaDissertation
Dissertation Developments In Meth Methods Methods reth rethods
ods of Farming Frank Emory Mike Mikesell Mlkesell Mikesell
sell of Kansas Kans8SOratIon KansasOration
Oration The Probable Effects of the theOperatIons theOperations
Operations of o the Panama Canal CanalThure CanalThure CanalThure
Thure Axel Llndstrom of the State of ofWashington 01Washington ci ciWashington
Washington WashingtonOration WashingtonOration WashingtonOration
Oration Nature in Verse Mabel MabelEdith MabetEdith MabelEdith
Edith Fritz of Iowa IowaOration IowaOration IowaOration
Oration The Evolution ef American AmericanHumor AmericanHumor AmerlcarHumor
Humor Edward Murdock Rowse of ofMinnesota otr ot otMinnesota
Minnesota MinnesotaPresentation MinnesotaPresentation MinnesotaPresentation
Presentation of candidates for degrees degreesAddress desreesAddress degreesAddress
Address John Sparhawk jr of Phil Philadelphia PhiladelphIa Philadelphin ¬
adelphia adelphIaendJcUonThe
Benediction endJcUonThe The Right Rev Re Henry Y TSatterlee YSatterle YSatterlee
Satterlee D D bishop of Washington WashingtonDegrees WashingtonDegrees Vashlnstonsrees
Degrees srees were awarded as a ae followS follows1Master followS1tfaster foliowsMaster
Master of arts normal fellows fellowsWini fellowsWinired Wini Winifred VJnl VJnlIred ¬
fred red Osgood Os ooo Hammond B A Kansas KansasState KansasState KansasState
State University Herbert John Men Menzemer Mennamer Ien Ienemer
zemer B 5 A Belolt College Wisconsin WisconsinLyman WIsconsinLyman WisconsinLyman
Lyman Steed B I L Westminster Col College College Cotlege ¬
lege and B Ped Warrensburg State StateNormal StateNormal StatsNormal
Normal Normal Missouri MissouriBachelor M1ssourLBachelor MissouriBachelor
Bachelor of arts artsEngs Enga Christina An Anderson Anderson Andemon ¬
derson of Wisconsin Mabel Edith EdithFritz EdithFritr EditiFritz
Fritz of Iowa William Combs Fugate Fugateof FugateoC Fugateof
of Kentucky Daisy Margaret argaret Hender Henderson Henderson Henderson ¬
son of Arkansas Thure Axel Lind Lindstrom Lindt Lindstrom
strom and Edna Laura Marshall of the theState theState theState
State of Washington Frank Emory EmoryMikesell Emnr3Mikesell
Mikesell of Kansas Dan Merrill 1 rrlIl Rich Richard Rlchard Richand ¬
ard of Pennsylvania Edward Murdork MurdorkRowse MurdoehRowse IurdockI
Rowse of Minnesota Mlnne ota and William WilliamWoodruff WilliamWoodrut WilhiairWoodrnf
Woodruff Sayles of New York YorkBachelor YorkBacholorof York5thI0
Bachelor Bacholorof 5thI0 of science scIenceCbarJes Charles Lane LaneClark LaneClark LaneClark
Clark of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaNormal Pennslvanlarornal PennsylvaniaNormal
Normal student studentBes5le Bessie Davidson DavidsonNorth DavidsonN DavidsonNorth
North N rth Braddock High School Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylt Penneylvania ¬
vania vaniaReception vaniaReceptIon anle anleI
Reception committee committeeFrank Frank Clark ClarkHorton Clan ClanHorton
Horton marshal George e Henry Faupel FaupelWarren FaupelWarren I
Warren James Hoverstlck John Joseph JosephFranklin TOSf > ph phFranklin I IFranklin
Franklin Leitch John HatTie McFar McFarlane McFarlane McFarlane
lane and Alvah Mustek Mu Iclc Rasnlck RasnlckJOE RamlckJOE BasnickJOE
JOE GRANT STAYS STAYSLIMIT STAYSLIMIT
LIMIT WITH LINK LINKAXXAPOLIS LINKAXXAPOLIS LINIANNAPOLIS
AXXAPOLIS Md old May 1 IIn In one of o r rthe I
the best wrestling matches seen here berEthis her herthis
this season Joe Grant the Southern Southernwelterweight Southenwelterweight I Iwelterweight
welterweight champion went thirty thirtyminutes tblrtyminutes thirttminutes
minutes to a draw with Shad Link of ofBaltimore 0 0Baltimore oBaltimore
Baltimore who outweighed the Wash WashIngton Washlngtoa Vashington
Ington man by twentyfive pounds or ort o omore
more moreGrants InoruGrants moreGrants
Grants skill and physical condition conditiontold conditiontold a atold
told toldj
WHEW WHEWi
Orpheus OrpheustIs tis said went down to Hades HadesTo HadesTo HadesTo 5
To find ftndhls i s arife 1te amongst Hells ladies 1adlesSome ladlesr
Some widowers wouldnt climb Heav Heaven Hea Heaens Heacens r ¬
en ens s stairs stairsWe stairsWeN stairsWea
We WeN a l possible to bring back theirs theirsBost
Bost m Transcript TranscriptSUFFERED
SUffERED AGONIES AGONIESi AGQNI AGQNIFOR
FOR FOUR FOURYELRS FOURYELRSWhole YEARS
Whole Foot Nothing But ButProud Proud Flesh Flesht Fles FlesTried
Tried Different Physicians and andA andAI an anA1
A AI Kinds of Ointments OintmentsCould OintmentsCouldr Could CouldWalk d dI
Walk Only With Crutches CrutchesOhio CrutchesOhiot CrutchesOhiMan Ohio OhioMan I 11
Man Says SaysU
II CUTICURA REMEDIES REMEDIESTHE REMEDIESU
THE BEST ON EARTH EARTHt EARTHIm JJ
U 1 1t
Im In the year 1899 the side of ay in inI I
right ght foot was cut off from the littte littleIi 1itt 1ittdown I
toe down to the heel and the physician physicianwas B Bwhohadehargeof
wbohadcMrgeofms wbohadcMrgeofmsWS whohadehargeof ix LO LOwas
was trying to sew ew up upthe upthe ii p
> the side of toy foot footI footbut fcc t pt
I but with no success successWhen 5
J When he found succesit out outr ot otthat it
j that wouldnt work worka workbe won
a J I be began begmtrying trying to toTT toheal t ts cc
TT heal the wound with withJt wit s
witt
Jt all kinds of ointment ointmentuntil ointmentf ointrnenLa t
until untihthstmywhola untihthstmywholat at last my whola wholafoot La 3
foot and way up upv upaboye ii 5
c v > > above my calf was wasnothing wasnothinK ws wsnothin L5 5L5 3
nothing nothin but proud proudj prou d dflesh
f flesh I suffered un untold us ustOld
told agonies nies for four years and tried t tise tiset ed i
different physicians and all aflkmdzof kinds of oint ointmenta inn t
menta I Icouldwalkonlywith could walk only with crutches crutchesIt cru ches chesIt innS S
It iff i sixteen s xteea months ago since I began beganusig begs 11 1
using Cuticura Soap and Ointment for forxny formy ft ftto r
xny limb and foot The first two twomonths twomonths tn to
months the Cuticura Remedies did not nott n nacem t
seem to work but I kept on usinjr them then thenboth
both In two weeks weeksauterwards afterwards 1 saw sawchange a achange ach2nge
change in my usylimb limb Then I began using usia usiaCuticuro
Cuticurs Cutic Soap and Ointment often dur during durIng du p plag ¬
ing the day and kept it up for seven sevenjust sovenmonfu sove soveinonths
monfu when mr m limb was healed up ii tp tptha
just j t the th same as s if it iII I never had trouble troublei ticub B BIt
uIt It is eight months now since incc I Imopped IMOpped L Lto
mopped opped using usin Cuticura Remedies Rem dies the t to
best on God s earth I am working workingat workir workirat ig
at the present day after nf five vears yeus yeusof ea in inra I
of suffering su e ng The cost of Cuticura Cuticus Cuticusn ra k
Ointment and Soap So p was wn only 66 6i n S
but the doctors bills were more like lila lii D SD >
1600 600 You can publish my name and 8nQrefer at id idit c
refer any anyone one tp to write to me about aboutCuticurn abor aboriU it t
Cuticura Remedies I will answer all aUletters s sletters iU
letters if postage is enclosed John JolmLloyd 1L M Me
Lloyd 718 S Arch Ave A AveAflitnce YC Alliance Ohio OhioJune Obi ObiJune
June 27 1905 1905Cossplete lPOSCcncpiete 1905Cosiplete
Cossplete Zxtcrss sad sd Tcttrnal TMiatnt lt mmt tvt ei ft7 J 1enoT f I Ie
1 Braaor enoT from Pimple to toScrofala Scrofula from Infancy to toCh Jigf A Aof t
eemfcttaj cl Cation Scp SIc Ointment Me Soot Sootvox Os OsetiSc >
vox etiSc Me fta istOTTfl form = 01 < rtCJsocol Ch OOS55 t 8 Cocttd Pill 7 7a Sic per p vUI vUIeietctucnztt
s = naybc T bad of a1l 11 dratt A name eietctucnztt set cXntas cXntasD Cun CunJRIa tie
D U cham Fxopshodoa
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MODEL INSURANCE BILL BILLTO BILLTO BILLTO
TO HAVE PUBLIC HEARING HEARINGThe
The House Committee on Judiciary JudiCiarY to today t tda toay
day da d ay decided to hold a series of public publichearings pubUchearings publicearings
h hearings on the model insurance regu regulation regulaUon iegoatton ¬
jc lation l bill introduced by Sir r Ames o of
Massachusetts MassachusettsThe MassachUsettsThe MassachUsettsThe
The hearings will ill begin next week weekadn weekadn weekda
adn c a da it is the intention of the commutes commutesto
to t o Invite the officials of many man of the themost themost themost
j most important life insurance compan companies companIes cornpanes ¬
ies iesSimply i es
IestI tI LIQUID LIQUIDimply I UID UIDShpply I
Simply S to please friends of my myoId old liquid liquidform UquldItOm liquido
form f o zn of Dr Snoops Rheumatic Remedy Remedyyou RemedyOU
fy
you J y OU can now get either the tablet form formor t farmthe rm rmor
or the liquid I dunged from rom the liquid liquidto liquidto liquidthe
tto ttoCe t to 1 the tablets simply to satisfy a a large largecontingent larhec largentingent
c contingent 4 Ce ntlnSont who believed and quite cor correctly correctly ccictis ¬
r rectly re ctis that a tablet is more convenient convenientto convenientcarry
t to 1 < carry and to take ke But thousands thousandshave thOusandshave thousandsve
have 1 ha r ve written me sine August KXH KXHwhen 1001when lGihen
v when w hen the change was made madevig madevigorously madevigorouslyotesting vigorously vigorouslyprotesting rously rouslyproteatlng
pi protesting pr otesting They have plead unceasing unceasingly unceasingfor ¬
lj ly l lyi for Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy Remedyliquid Bemedyiquid RemedyI1Quld
i liquid form And finally ftaI1 lUF to fully ll satis satisfy satlsfy satisall ¬
f fy all allquest I have at last granted the re reque reest
qi quest t que qu est t Both tablets and liquid can now nowbe nowbe nowhad
b be had from rom your Druggist He may maybe maybe
b be bea 5 out of the liquid remedy but can caneasily canea cansily
e easily I ea sily fty secure it for you Show him this thisannouncement thSa1nouncement thisnnouncement
a announcement announcementThe a1nouncementThe nnouncementhe
The T he contentment that will now naturally naturallyexist naturallyexist naturallyist
f exist I ex ist because of the change will in it itself itself Itlf ¬
self se lf prove gratifying to me as well wellRacine weURadne welLacIne
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vons and Special Diseases Diseasesof DIBeues DIBeuesof Dseazesof
of Men and WomenMeans Women WomenMeans 01nen 01nenMeans
Means Health to You If You Suffar SuffarFrom SutterFrom SuffarFrom
From Catarrh < atarrh Obesity beSlty Rheumatism Const Constipation Consupuon Const5OLtlOfl ¬
pation Files Xbruat Lung Lungand Brain Heart Heartiiiooj Heartu04
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AYasung aatnng L DebUJt Debility > bUlty Kidney Diseases Bladder BladderTroubles B1ad niaederTroubles < 1er 1erTroubles
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SpeuOc Spe Qc Blood Pouooliur Eruptions Clears Clcersand tlcersI Clearsand
and andAl1 All Ui Private D Diseases eascs cured ure Jor SiZe by bysale byaate bysate
sale methods methodsCHARGES methodsClLUiGES methodsUARGES
CHARGES ClLUiGES LOW INCLUDING G MEDICINES MEDICINESCONSULTATION MED1CLESCO MEDIcUE5CONSULTATION
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Kidneys Kidne Heart Stomach and other Diseases DlseaU5Doctora Diseasesivctors
X Doctora > octor service rer lce ind medicine J2 f Consu Consutauon cnsuzauon nsu nsutauon
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and 4 to 9 Closed lose4 Sunday Sunda SundayDR apiS30t apS3OtDR
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chronic and acute Both sexes All consul consultaUoca consultaUOI3 consultaUnts
taUnts confMenHftl Medicine furnished fUrntshedPnccs furnishedPrices
Prices moderate Hours 9 to 1 3 to 6 7 rRooms to tonooma
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liver blood l skin bladder l stricture t e nervouv nervouvspecial nervous nervousspecial
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