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2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES THURSDAY J1NUABY 3 1907
Tb NO NO QUARTER IN WRECK WRECK INQUIRY INQUIRYFORMEN FOR MEN
= 4 4Takoma
Takoma All lights Ight were out and both 1OthbkLd bothbd > oth othblades
bkLd blades down downAaked downked VR VRAlked
Aaked ked on what authority paaeanger paaeangertrains palMl8ftgertrains paetigertrIns
trains war WeN lot out Out of the B O eta elation etation ta tatlOft ¬
tion so that they thlt overtook overto k and id delayed delayedthe delayedthe dlayedthe
the relief Iec train wltpeaa wiIe ot Mid 4tkI the th op operator operatOI Operato ¬
erator got thta tht meaeago Let No 9 9and 9I1 SDecun
and I1 d No a go goBecauae guBecaUH
Becauae Carr wall ws ROt ot faromar XbIIr with withthe withI wttltth
I the th sheet het he b waa WA snpuMfiod = a by 8 hfr Dis Dispatcher DIsr ¬
patcher atdler Dent w wDent who 1M1 i4IVI e tfKdaY tfKdaYD
r fr Dent D at was aekcrf aekcrfrelief ked kedalNt krWait
< Wait alNt No S allowL 11010 is isrIeZ palMI h hrelleC
relief train trainYea tralftr trtnYe6
f Yea y replied r Md Dent DentThen Defltt DitTbn
Then Th No S got Xotto tto to Terra rerr Cotta Ctt flretT flretTYea filSt1fOOYel flrstD
t OOYel OOYelWheN Yea YeaWhere YeLVher
Where Vher did No 9 aea the relief relieftrain relleCtrAin reHoftrain
train No NoAt NoAt
At University UniversityWhat
What WhatwA waa the rp purpose of oflettlng lotting Ne Napu
9 paaa No fir firNo t 1No r rf
f No 4 could not proceed on the west westbound we weatbound t tbound ¬
bound track It waa u sent up on the theeastbound thetttbouftd theeaatboud
eastbound track to gather tber we 1tP the theAt dead deadAt tJeadt1IO
At University it waa found f that thf the thetreck tt ttnot
track vaa obstructed t1IO ao th the train ooutd ooutdnut ootk1nut
nut proceed plOCMd It wee neceeaary MeeNr to toswitch tot toewflch
t switch to the th went track at University UniversityAn UalwCSlttoaatbOuP4 UnlverMtyaetbound
An eaetbound train had d to be ahiltedin ahiltedinorder abll abtited ted 1ft 1ftdr Iaorder
order to shift hIt 4i 4 to the wast woe track trackIn tNckThirteen trackIn
In dr that a aOu Ou time No o > got g t tnrougn tnrougnThirteen uuoughThirteen ro
Thirteen Minutes Minut s Delay DelayDid DelayDid DelayDtd
Did this occasion any delay delafnte delayr delayrThe 1 1The
The sheets > > showed that the relief relieftrain r reHeftratn Uet Uettrktn
train followed thirteen minute behind behindNo behindJ behInditi
iti J n No Not NotVItnaa S SWitneaa tI
I Witneaa Wltn said Jd No 3 4 left Washington Washingtonfifteen Waahlngtnfitteen Washingtonfttteen
fifteen minutes mlnut before No No5 1 lie saw sawNo BaldNo said saidNo
No 4S waa delayed by y the Baltimore Baltimorewreck BaltimoreWrffk Baltimorewreck
wreck train and not No Nothe NoAi 8 8As
As the train for the dead left the sta station atatlon station ¬
tion fifteen minutia mlnut before No a why whydid whydid whydid
did No 9 get to Terra Cotta ftrst ftrstBecauae tlrstT tlrstTBecauae firstVBeeaus
Becauae No ff was delayed by the theBaltimore theBaltimore theBaltimore
Baltimore wreck train which was on onthe onthe I
the west track and which width hlah was sent to tobreak tobreak tobreak
break the wreck and get out the bodies bodiesIfent boen boenJ bodIeaUnt
Ifent J > wnt waa rigidly crofsquetuoned crofsquetuonedalong rrotlquuonedalong croaaquesttonedalong
along this line If It the Baltimore wreck wrecktrain wr wrecktrain k J Jtrain
train and No 9 could get through why whycouldnt whycoudat < Icouldnt
couldnt No tt 6f And If No 9 and thej thejwreck tile tilewreck the1wreck
wreck train were started > > out on the thewest thewest
west track why wasnt a nt No 44 4 sent out outon outon out1 I
on the same me track trackHis traekq
q His H answers were evaatve eva tve and h trav travfciert trayI trayItt
fciert tt t in a circle lor ten minutes minutesCoroner unnuteCoroner minutesCoroner
Coroner Nevitts Intention was 10 10show ib ibshow
show sh Y that hat the westbound w tbound track was waskept wasJ waskept
kept clear in I order that t Western trains trainswould tral tralDEnt I IWOtIM
would J JI not be delayed delayedDent delayedDent I
Dent was WI handed han = a map ma of the MetI MetIropoUtan Met Metropolitan Metropolitan ¬
ropolitan branch of the BaIUmore Baltimore and andOhio IIndOnlo I IOhio
Ohio and asked to explain ex pl the way the thotrains tb tbtralna thetraIns
trains ran The Jury ury did not get a aclear IIeltar aciar
clear idea is to the operation of tle tletrains 11etr Ustrains
trains and ha yet to learn why wh il ilwaa i itas
waa tas ever started fittm tr the be station r1oR r1oRwte wte wtedead when whendead when whendead
dead and dying were lying on the tracks tracksDent tratktilDent tracksDent
Dent repeated over and over overrelict tin tinrelief t trelief
relief train was wa rteiayed by the Baltt Baltimore Balttrethr Baltt300re ¬
more wreck tram ra and j waa wa waiting wa1tof wa1toffor
for rethr the wreck train ft to pass sa because 1 1wal 45 45was 4 4was
was not ready readyBy r radyn dy dyh
h By B no manner of questioning was the thecoroner tteoroMr thetoeorr
coroner able to ascertain ta from Dent Dentwhy Dentwh Dentwhy
why wh the Ut relief train was not t ready readySylvester read readSylvester reedySylvester
Sylvester en StandMajor Stand StandMajor StandMajor
Major Sylvester Sylv tcr Superintendent of Po Police Polke Po1Ice ¬
lice took the stand at 12M 1 12t oclock lie Hesaid lietd liesaid
said td he countermui eountermaWIeci countermoJId Jed the order that thatambulances thattmbulamea
ambulances and patrol wagons be > sent sentto Mittto senttu
to Terra Cotta < otta and an ordered them to the theB tb41Ii theB
B O railroad llrocuI He and the Coroner Coronernd Coronernd Coroneruzd
uzd nd surgeons SUrJfeO 8 proceeded 1 tI4Ied to Terra Cotta Cottaon Cottaon Cottaon
on the he train and Mid it was delayed delayedut
ut t University as previously oreviousi elou described describedMajor dMerUiede dMerUiedSl dsaeribedMoor
Major Sylvester S Iveeler told t of ordering orhrha fcbeeta fcbeetaI ahenufor
rnf rnflulanceli
for the e Sl lead and trookto trooktoaft looking aft after the am amtulancea
I ulancea wounded and dying His tea testimony t ttlmony teatimony ¬
timony was wa direct brief and to the theThe thei thepoint
point pointThe
The i next witness wltftf wIt a I called was as W altobey q qIlobey O Otobey
Ilobey night aiatfc M1atlODlMoItter ma ter of the B BO
0 wio 0 said tct he received a telegraph telegraphmessage telegrap1rnUIoi5alle telegraphu1esage
message about the wreck and U tle tleJ ideI le leI
honed for doctors and a d ambulances ambulancesThe IbulanceeIObey ambulancesJtbey
I
IObey said kl tb the rrllet UeC train was 8 made IDalleup madejp
up jp at 7 J creek aDd u the crew had lUI lUIor 1tiorders
or orders ° r at atThe
The train t started atT at 750 J oclock he herotiaaag 1eli besaid
said saidRobey li Robey beY said he received a teleuhofte teleuhoftemeaNlI8 teehonememoge
rotiaaag meaNlI8 from Mr Carr telling him to tothe togEt toget
and ambulances to briag briagthe brItgthe
gEt the dead wallOft into the city Witness Witne ll stated statedthat > > tatoo tatoothat ttedthat
that Coroner Nevltt told him the bodies bedleewould bodieswould bodieswould
would not be brought in until he had hadseen hadeen hadseen
seen een them Robey Robe said Id 001 I did not notthink notthink notthink
think it was w a good scheme to bring brinetne bringthe bringthe
the bodies Into the city in wagons wag0 8 so sowe 110we sowe
we got the train up as soon oon as possible po poesibieI lbte
1 told Dr Nevitt we had It up to the thesuperintendent theBuperhttettdent theIluperiNteDdent
the train trainout trainout
superintendent a aout about sending
out Dr Nevltt called up Mr Legg Leggand Leggand Lesand
the train was wasready wasrElldy wasready
and a iew le tew minutes mhtllt later
ready We Ve had undertakers coffins coffinsand oottlO8and cO cOand
and doctora with us 11
Takoma Not Considered ConsideredAsked ConsideredAsked ConsideredAsked
Asked If he called Takoma when he hediscovered hedl hediscovered
discovered dl covered that 2120 waa In on th thblock thblodt the theblock
block with II witness said No Ta Takotna Tak Takoma
kotna k ma never enters In our business hu lnQ at atnight atllight attight
night It la u l day station and shuts shutsdown shutsu shutsthiwn
down u wn at I S3V > oclock at night nightstopped nIktRobey gt gtRobe
Robe Robey said 1t wa was generally known by byall byall
all emple empleyea that N ran as 3 a local and aftdtitopped andstopped
stopped at t n nsst > at t all the stations on the theMetropolitan theIftropolttan thett
Metropolitan tt tropolltn branch branchTrain brancbTrain branchTrain
Train Dispatcher W W Ecdeeton Ecdeetonwhose Eeete Eceleetonwhose ton tonbose
whose bose name has heretofore appeared as asEgnleston asEggle asEgaleston
witness vltne H Haid ne neiald Hsaid
Egnleston Eggle > > ton was the next
said aid he heard of the wreck at I o ocloek ocloekonday clock clockMonday clockMonday
Monday onday morning He has made no In Investigation InUgatlon Intsiigndefl ¬
vestigation Ugatlon Witness Wita said Id Dispatcher DispatcherDent Dt DispatcherDent patoher patoherDent
Dent was the operator of o trains on the theMetropolitan tbeMetropolitan theMetropolitan
Metropolitan Vawch Eceleeton said he hehail hehalt hehail
hail held th the position UCft now occupied by byDent byDtnt byDent
Dent He did not think an Incorrect Incorrectentry Iseorrctentry teorriMtentry
entry on a s su sheet by Dent w would uld eUIiI eUIiIIt cause causea
u wreck wreckI reek
I would say say that a dispatcher could couldsee couldlIte could8Cc
see by these sheets sltets u that Swfl tJe was creep creepIng ereepinK creepin
inK in upon M but not suinclently unlelenll near to towarn towrn towent
warn 51 SIM Ut to stow down do said the wit witness wltnel wita ¬
a ness nel in reply rtpI to a question questionDo queetloADo questionDo
Do you know what other duties dutiesthe dutl dutlth dutiesthe
the th operator at Stiver flver Springs wioga has to toperform toJitrtono toporlorm
perform beside telegraphing telegraphingNo
No NoYou NoYou NoYou
You dont think he could operate operatehis eperateh operatehis
his h lIS block property if he had to cheek cheekbaggage cheekbaage
baggage 8 and r ell IJIO tickets eta do you yourS yourSI OUT OUTKnowing
1 I should rou say no noKnowing noKnowing
Knowing M was behind time that thatthe thatthe thtthe
the night was wa dark and foggy togg and aneatra an anextra aneKtr
extra eKtr was following dont you OU think thinkthe thinkthfl thinkthe
the crew should have taken some OHH pre precautions pr prcauUou P Pcautions ¬
cautions to prevent a IS wreck wreckSuggests wreckSuggests reck reckSaggMu
Suggests Tsrpedaes TsrpedaesSixtytlx Terpedeetxty6Ix TorpedeesSixtyaix
Sixtytlx was making Its time and anddoing anddoing anddoing
doing the bi beet > t it could It would have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been a good Idea to drop fuse torpedoes torpedoesor torpedO S Sor
or use lantern lanternHave lanternt lanternHaY lanternHave
Have HaY you formed m any opinion as tothe to tothe toWane
the t cause of o this wreck wreckWitness wreckVltnesm
Witness Wane replied In the affirmative but butwhen butwben butwhen
when asked what the Idea was al h he said saidThe Baldi
The block system has been b used for a
i i
Death eath in n Ambush for forTravel Travelers TravelersDespite TravelersDespite rs rsDesp
Despite Desp te the Safety Appliances AppliancesEvery Appl ances ancesI
+ I I I t tEvery
Every time I undertake a ajourney In n 1895 one passenger in inevery injourney injourney
journey nowadays I wonder wonderwhether every 2984000 carried in inthe inwhether inwhether
whether it is to be my last lastThe the United U ni t e d States S tat e s was waskilled wasThe wasThe
The thing has grown to be beuncertain killed and one in every 213 213uncertain 213uncertain
uncertain it is a fact of ofknowledge 000 was injured injuredIn injuredknowledge injuredknowledge
knowledge to every railroad railroadman In 1904 after the safety safetyappliance safetyman safetyman
man that in this day from fromtwo appliance law had been in infull intwo intwo
two to three trains enter at attimes full effect effectfouryears four years one pastimes pas passenger pastimes ¬
times into every block of ofevery senger in every 1622000 1622000carried 1622000every 1622000every
every system in the country countryThere carried in the United States Stateswas StatesThere StatesThere
There is danger in it itStatement was killed and one in 78000 78000was 78000StatCJl1ent 78000Statenent
Statement credited cre ited to James J Hill I was injured
I I 1 1 1
good many years and has proven a aon asuccese
ituecIM Oft Ot train I it allowed In a bhck bhckat k kat I
at a time I never heard ot two being behtgOft beingOfi
on the same block at one time OrneRoekU1eh t1meItockvilie I IRoekville
Roekville Germantown and Kensing Kensington Kens1ngton ¬
ton RoekU1eh are three t ree places on the branch branchwhere braltekwhere branchwhere I
where the pperatora have no other duty dutyexcept dutyeJt dutyeieept
except eJt t telegraphing said ald the witness witnessRecaea Yitnee4lRecess It ItRee
Recess Ree 18 was taken shortly after 1 1oclock 1ooI6ek Ioolock
oclock oclockThe ooI6ekThe oolockThe
The hearing was resumed at IM when whenT wh8ftT whenT
T ralnmaster Kelly Kell was called to th thstand tM tMalaRd thestand
stand
Startling Revelations Revelationsvetoped RevelationYesterdas RevelationsYesterdays
Yesterdays IIJNNrion ot the l inquest qu8tlt de deeIoped developed
vetoped the facts that only onl every e other otherstation otherstation otheri otheristation
station along al ng the Metropolitan letrop JltaR branch branchof I Iof I Iof
of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad ratlr ed la laequipped Isequipped 8 8fr
equipped with the bleak system systemOnly systeOnly
hetHoa k8rHu
Only fr a few e of O the Mock systems are areoperated areperateJ re reOJfrAtMl
operated all night nightTakoma nlRhtTakoma nightTakoma
Takoma Is one of the towers closed closedat clesedat closedat
at iJB oclock in the tb evening and open opened opeMEod openad ¬
ed twelve hours later laterA laterA laterA
A substitute operator was on duty at atSilver atfjU atSilver
Silver fjU r Springs Sunday Sundta night nightstrietad nightTtte nightThe
The speed of an extra tram Sa not re restri reatrteted
strietad strietadHlldebrand stri atrtetedHhldebrand ted tedHildebrand
Hlldebrand knew that No fiG C was only onlyfew ORI ORIA aMya
A a few te minutes In front of him the two twotrains twotrains twotrains
trains having met at Washington Wa laltOft Junc Junction Ju Juacticet c ctloft ¬
tion tloftkJhn
tionThe The engineer n on o No W should U have haveknown haveknown =
known kJhn No j 2iM 22 was following oIW oIWdtMaRee a short shortdistance shortdistance
distance behind him himMatters himtatters himMatters
Matters were w complicated because becausethere beeaUHthere becausethere
there is It not a double dOU track at Washing Washington Washingtots ashlng ashlngtOIl ¬
ton Junction JunctionRecords JunctionRecordl JunctionRecords
Records were re Introduced to show that thatarator tltatOMrator thatOperator
Operator arator Phillips wrote w te on his sheet sheetpassed sheet2l
2l 8 passed III seoo4i HfI red signal The hour of ofarrival oCof ofarrival
arrival of the two twotrat trains at all the eta stations etations > > ¬
tions along the Metropolitan branch was wasread W8rHd wasread
read to the th I
of Officers OfficersTestimony OfficersTsetimoey
Testimony was heard yesterday terda after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon from C W V p Galloway Gallowa superintend superintendent ¬
ant of C transportation tran11l rtatlon of the th Baltimore Baltimoreand BaltimoreaRd Baltimoreand
and Ohio and Thomas Dent train die dispatcher dlspitCMr diepatcher ¬
patcher who wh admitted that he e was the thedispatcher thedl8J1Qtcheron thedispatcher
dispatcher dl8J1Qtcheron on duty at the Camden mden Sta Station Statlol Statiei ¬
tion tlol Baltimore on Sunday Sunda and was re responaible respQft8ible responsible
sponaible for the movements of 2120 5110The 2120The S1 S1t
The workings of the block b system > > and andthe andthe
tb Jit Jitrl
the t h duties r klfS of railroad I t men of various variouscapacities variouscapacities rl rleapa
eapa capacities l1 were explained by the wit witnesses witneeses It Itn88lHltl ¬
nesses The lhelon session lasted seven hours hoursMore hoursMore
More 10 than six hours ot tins time was waseprt wasspelt wasspent
spelt In examining Baltimore and Ohiorailroad Ohio Ohiorailroad Ohiorailroad
railroad officials officialsDr offidaJsDr officialsDr
Dr Louis E Battle surgeon of the theI t1eBaltimore tieBaltimore
I Baltimore and Ohio gave t graphic de description deeMption deecription ¬
scription of the rescue work on Sunday Sundaynl2ht Sundaynicht
Nevitt spent some time en endeavoring endeavcring ¬
deavoring dean ring to ascertain the cause of the thedelay thedfla thedelay I
dfla delay of the relief train anc train for forthe torih
the dead He e also Inquired lr as to swir1 swir1lewed why whya
a ih west dboU bound passenger train was al allowed allawed ¬ I
lowed t tl pee paea JIII 8 therelleC the relief train n at Univer University Unlvetatty ¬
sity and cause a further delay dela No Nosatisfactory NoNtlsfaetor Nosatisfactory
Ntlsfaetor satisfactory answers were given and the thedelay thedelay thedelay
delay still is unexplained
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Winter Fabric FabricsThese FabricThese
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greatest values in highgrade tailoring Fit guaranteed
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1800 Suit and Overcoat Fabrics F brics 1350
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of a man now at the morgue are mom membera m momberg P Pbelll
bera of Dr Edward Oliver Bolt Of 816 816Connecticut 815onneeUeut S1 S1oumotsen
Connecticut avenue northwest was es established ItStaWIaMd establiebed ¬
tablished as a fact today tOOa by The Times Timeswith Tlmlswith Timeswith
with the aid of o a sample of cloth fur furntehed turnliihed furslaked
slaked by George T Keen an F streettaller street streettailor streettallur
tailor tailorThe tallurThe tallerThe
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there being no other unidentified bodies bodiesat bo41 bo41at bodiesat
at the morgue morgueBtfore morgueD4tore morgueBefore
Before the identification of Dr Belts BeltsMmbe nelt neltHbe fleltslimbs
limbs this thi morning mo > rldng it was thought they theybelonged the thebelonced theybelonged
belonged to another victim whose whO f name namemight nnteJltltcht namemight
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Evidence Complete CompleteMorgvemaster CompleteforgueMCIMer CompleteMarguemaMer
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limbs are those koH > of Dr BeUs B ls body bt1d The Theright TIlerhcht Theright
right leg up to the knee of one of his hischildren hi hii hichildren
i children is S also 180 here hereThere hererhre ojere ojereI
I There are nt pC unidentified bodies here herenow hereno herenow
now no All the limbs and various parts partsof partDC partsof
of bodies If put together toge hfr would not notmake notmake notmake
make one man of average slz sl izt I sup suppose su suwe suppose ¬
pose we have parts of a dozen or more moreoodles moreriotiles I II
oodles bodlfshere here but the other parts have haV
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Tailor Held Key KeyMr KeyIr KeyMr
Mr Ir Keen een was wa asked by b a representa representative repre representaties enta entaUn ¬
ties of The Times last night If Dr Belt Belthad Delthad Belthad
had his h clothes made by him himJI0 klmU hIm1Ie
JI0 U had all of his ctethaa made by byme byMe byme
me answered Mr Keen KeenMr KeenMr KeenMr
Mr Keen was asked for or a sample of oft otte ofVie
t te e last suit made for Dr Belt He im immediately immediately iramediately ¬
mediately provided a sample of mixed mixedgoode mixedgood mIxedgoods
good of gray g brown and white with witha
a a small stripe of green gree and red In It iiThip ItThlp ILTWjI
Thlp was taken to the morgue mOl morue ue and the theinernemaBters the1Itflpemasts thesfgemasterS
inernemaBters assistant opened the thepiffe theIII theliii
piffe III liii aaffln effin ttln In which Dr Balls limbs limbshad lmbsMea
had been placed pia with several bags of ofbones oCbones ofbostes
bones and flesh The left leg fully fullydoth tunydoth fullydotld
doth dotld was lifted lUt out The goads on onthe onthe onthe
the limb and in the reporters hand handmatcbel handmatche1 handmaicbel
matcbel exactly exactlyThe exactlyTh exactlyThe
The Th tnorguemaaterB assistant a8l tant Bald BaldThats saldTbUs saIdThats
Thats the man all right rightThe rightne rightrile
The lid on the pine coffin is nowscrewed now nowscrewed nowon
screwed on and the morguemaster this thismorning thismorning thIsmorning
morning said he Intended burying It to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow
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ALL DOING WELL ILLThe
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Gcod quality Muslin Corset Cov Covers Covers Coyera ¬
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Carefully Caraull made all scams felledfinished felled felledfinished telledfinished
finished with pearl buttons High Highneck Hlghnek Highneck
neck style ready for trim trimznlng rc rctomr
mlng all sizes three t 4 > > a cue custom cuetomer 9r 9rmlng
tomr tom r G T P PFine PFine PPine
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with deep round neck at back k and andtorchon andfront
rrt rrtdl front dl and beautifully It t trimmed wIth wIthtorehon W Wtorchon
torchon lace and Insertion beading beadingand beadingand beadingand
and ribbon to match Three ff ffto C
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Womens omfts 3tc Ie c Drawers skillfully skillfullyfashioned skUltullytasbloned skillfullyfashioned
fashioned from excellent soft mus muslin musUn muslie ¬
lie mode madev1th with yoke oke band b nd and deep deephemstitched deephemstitched deephemetitched
hemstitched cambric ruffle shoving shovingfive aho showinglive lng lngfie
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we offer three to a custom customer I Ier 15 j
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Special lot of Drawers incompara incomparably lnoompclrale inoomparably ¬
bly superior p ta t any we have ever everonered everodeed e
onered le lep at ofh the price p rrihde d dsmQth of fine finesmtoth finesmioth
smtoth muslin with yoke band and anddeep anddeilp anddeep
deep cambric ruffle with withtwo v1thtwo withtwo
two hemstitched nifties and rt p r rdainty C
dainty dalnt lace Insertion ilsertl n G T TP 1 2 J j 5
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Friday Reductions in Coats CoatsSuits Suits and Skirts I
Ten handsome Novelty Cloth Suit SuitIn Suits SuitsIn Suitsin
In black and gray mixtures 22Inch 22Inchsemfltted 21tnchsentfitted 2lnchserrrftUed
semfltted jacket with strapped strappedseams strappedseams strappedBeams
seams and velvet elvet notched collars collarsLlred collarsUrtd collarsLired
Llred throughout Full Fullkilted C f fP
kilted lX skirt 1000 value valueOTP 3 > 5 S US 95
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J1250 Tourist Coats of Imported Importedbroadcloth Importedbroadcloth importedbroadcloth
broadcloth kersey Just twenty In all aUInch
48 4 Inches Inch slong long satin lined yoke trim trimmed trimmed trimmed ¬
med with silk braid braidstrapped < gX Al Alstrapped
strapped seams Velvet Velvetcoar 9 fl 6 9 vl 5 i ico
co coar > ar and an cuffs G T P POpera POpera VFe7 J JOpera
Opera Coats of white gray game gamebrown garnet garnetbrown garnetbrown
brown and blue lue broadcloth trimmed trimmedwith trimmedT trimme trimmewith
with applique a u and braid b and satin satinlined satinlIned
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lined also Tourist o t Coats s of black blackand blackand
and colored broadcloth Qtt f fIS6
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M 0 Folding Gocarts with withseat withSteel
st stOel Steel Oel wheelp 6 f n and r uphotatemed uphotatemedseat st 65 e eseat
seat W25 SL 125 value vpluEC valunFour u uFour
carts C cartsTwo Four 1100 200 Reclining I Go 98C 98Ccarts AR ARcarts 9 vo voAutomobiles 8e 8eTwo
Two S12M 1201 RubbertIred RubbertlredAutomobiles 5 50
Automobiles AutomobilesTwo AutomobilesTwo AutomobilesTwo
Two Handsome JlOOf JlOOfwith 10or lOOCRubbertlred 10orRubbertlr1
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with upholstered seats seatsOne sea seaA seatsOne
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Jured Jured in last Sunday nights fghts wreck wreckWithout wreckWithout reek reekWithout
Without an exception the patlaats are aredoing aredoing aredoing
doing w qli ll 11 although several of them arenot are arenot arenot
not not out of danger dangerCornallus danit dangerCornelius r rCorl1ollu8
Cornallus Bakhardt mayor of Ken Kensington K8ftslngton Kenaington ¬
sington who Is a patient at Garneid GarneidSfoipltal aarAeid05pl Garlieldfolpithl
Sfoipltal 05pl 1 Is much better better today and theoctoraare the theilootorsare the1ootor8
ilootorsare 1ootor8 ar of the opinion that he wa wanet wahel was was1ot
net injured internally although they theyhave the thehaves theyhave
have not definitely determined determinedJewnetto determinedJeenette determinedJeenatto
Jewnetto Reed who HI at Providence Prevideneean Providenceand
an and < J wh Wly was giving the house staff staffmuch startmuch staffmuch
much concern yesterday ycster y Is very much muchbetter muchbetter muchbetter
better today The other patients there thereore thereare thereare
are Improving lmprov1ngJohn ImprovingJohn ImproofnfJohn
John Kunlo whose family suffered so soseverely soseverely soseverely
severely in the wreck Is at Casualty Casualtyand Caltualtyand Casualtyand
and was reported much better today todayThe t todayThe day dayThe
The other three victims at Casualty are areImproving arelmprolng areImproving
Improving ImprovingAt
At Emergency It was said all pa patients patients patIonts ¬
tients were doing nicely and the same aamabright samebright samebrIght
bright reports were given out at Freed Freedmans Freedmans reed reedmans
mans HospitalTIRED Hospital HospitalTIRED HoapltalTIRED
TIRED ENGINEERS IGNORED IGNOREDBLOCK IGNOREDBLOCK IGNOREDBLOCK
BLOCK SYSTEM WEAK WEAKRepresentative WEAKRepresentave WEAKRepresentat4ve
Representative Mann Iann of Chicago au author author anthor ¬
thor of the resolution to have the Inter Jnterptate Iatertate Interate
ptate tate ate Commerce COfJIm ree Commission Commt lon investigate investigatethe Inve InvestIgatethe tlgate tlgatetlte
the workings of the block system In an aninterview aninterview
interview said he believed the commis commission commisdon ¬
sion don should take plenty of time In the theInvestigation theInvestigation
Investigation nnstltlo and should both investi investigate Inv inveetigate 8S ¬
gate and experiment to ascertain ertaln wheth whether ¬
er an fl automatic block system slte1 may ma be in invented IftentOO invented ¬
vented ventedMr ventedMr entOOMr
Mr Mann said 1 id < < 1 he had seen the state statement atat atatmeRt statemost ¬
most that a system had b been ett isventdwhereby Invented Inventedwhereby IltVMtedwker
whereby wker b an an engine could be stopped tltopp in inblock Inblock Inblock
block automatically by electric eon contact eontaeL eontact ¬
tact He thought tlt ugbt such a system sat admir admirable adlrAble adpnirable ¬
able as Its operation eratloa would not depend dependon d d dcn
on an engineer who might be Ured out outor outor outOr
or distracted distractedA lstraet d dA
A special etllal appropriation to enable the thecommission thecommie thecommission
commission commie Ion to hire experts to t exiled experiment Mpertment exiledment ¬
ment uqtll an effective automatic system systemla s811IFSa
la found Is I Mr Manns recommendation recommendationPILES recommendationPILES endatiOft endatiOftPILES
PILES CURED IN II 6 TO 14 DAYS DAYSPAZO DAYSPAR I IPAZO
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PAZO PAR OINTMENT OINT BT U guaranteed te I oure oureany our earny
an any ny rate Ca of Itching bIlled Bleeding or Pro ProtrttdlBK Protruding I Itruc1IBIC
trttdlBK Piles in S to K days or money re refunded refun4e4 mefunded
funded tic roc I
Womens excellently made Muslin MuslinGowns MuiilinGowns MuslinGowns
Gowns liberal in design and lasting lastingIn
In wear Yeke back and front frontfront tronttront frontfront
front finished with ten quarterinch quarterinchtucka quarterlnchtucks quamterinchtucks
tucks Hemstitched ruffle ruffleat ffC ffCat
at neck and sleeve three to toa toa 2 9c W Wa
a customer G T P PWomens PW6m PWomens
Womens W6m ns Gowns of heavy hea soft softmusln 110ftmusHn softmuslin
muslin front yoke oke formed of four fourows tourows fourowe
ows of Hamburg Insertion and six sixclusters alxU8t nixehistdrs
clusters U8t rS of fine 11ft tucks Hem A 4 fC fCstitched fi C
stitched ctlteh d ruffle at neck and andt4uevos nd nd11l UU UUi4
t4uevos i4 eves Tic value hle G T P PWomens Pomens PWOmens
Womens omens Petticoats of strong mus muslin musUn titusliii ¬
lin cut with full allowance of mate material materkl matene ¬
rial ne and deeply flounced with eam camb eamb eamb
b r 1 11 e ruffle hemstitched hemetitehetthem r A C
hem and small tucks As a aFriday aFriday 5 Xw XwFriday 9
Friday leader G T P PChoice PCh PChoice >
Choice Ch lco of a dozen handsome 1847 1847b 1901bt1es ISGTatyee
b tries in fine Cambric Petticoats Petticoatstrfnmed Pettleoatstr Petticoatstrimmed
trimmed tr mmed In a dainty dalnt variety varlet of ef effects eCttll offhts ¬
fects in Val lace and inser insertion InHrru insertIot ¬
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CHERUBS IN CAR LOTS LOTSAT LOTSATJAMESTOWN I
ATJAMESTOWN AT JAMESTOWN SHOW SHPWNORFOLK SHOWNORFOLK SHDWNORFOLK
NORFOLK Va Jan 3 3Babl88 Babies from fromevery Cromcery fromevery
every land under lndr the he sun are to be l > e one oneof oneof oneof
of the exhibits at the th coming JamestownExposition Jamestown JamestownExposition JamestownExposition
Exposition A cosmopolitan baby ebow ebowin ebowIn chowin
in which every nation shall be repre Tepr Teprcpted represented ¬ I
sented fl4 nted is the latest project of the fair fairmanagers tallm fairmitnagera
managers m < < pagers Every race color and andclime andcUme andclIme
clime from tii the Kokomo kid to the em embryo embryo embryo ¬
bryo wild man of Borneo will have at atleast atloast atleast
least one representative there thereThen thereThen thereThen
Then there will be all kinds of prizes prizesfor prizestT prizesfor
tT for the t youngsters gst The prettiest t bo bobles babi
leThe81r The81r c
bles bi s oa1 fattest f babies le slimmest Ca Cables labIas ¬
bles the best formed babies and every everyother everyether everyother
other style of babies will all be remem remembered rememb reinemberN ¬
berN b rfd with prizes priresPresident prizesPresident prIzesPresident
President Roosevelt will be asked to toaet toaet toaet
aet as chief judge in the lh baby contests contestsand C9ntestsand contestand
and pick pickthc the winners
I IVITAL VITAL RECORDS RECORDSCalvin II
Birth BirthCalvin BirtligCalvin
Calvin O and Minnie B Tribby boy
Thomas and an Malvina Jones girl girlCharles
Charles K Und Kmma C Sleniz Ient boy boyJohn 00 00John
John and Mary V Jones boy 00 00Charle
Charles and Sadie L L I Pratt girl girlCharles
Charles E and Frances E Payne girl girlJam girlJUIMS girlJames
Jam James s H and Mary F Plater boy
Phillip B and Mary V Parke girl girlJohn girLJohn girlJohn
John and Josephine Jones boy
Hmraett and Sarah Reynolds girL
John T and Rose E Kenny Kennyboy boy
Ralph A and Bessie E Kern boy
John W and Mollle Lambath boy
Herman E and Era A Maudler girl Irl
Charlca Chal W and Minnie lInnle Mill 111118 IIlis girl
Thomas M and Catherine F OConner OCoanergarlfcl OConnerglrJ OConnergirl
girl
garlfcl Darhl C and Elanora Hobbs girl girlglrtf1
glrtf1 ErnJjt R and Mary ary A Humphrey HumphreyGeorge
girlGeorg0 girl girlg g George T and 1eI Lucy P Hall I boy
Eugene and n Delia el Hawkins k kJOhn boy boyv
JOhn R and Rosa 11 3 flirts Br girl
Robert v T and Roasie A Garner girl
Joseph Jost < ph E and M Maud Doran boy bo
Theodore and Lena C Dammeyer girl
Thomas and Victoria Davis girl
Richard and Martha Irrtha Cook boy 00
Richard and Bell Bryon girl
John ond < > nd Grace Jones girl girlfnnl
Benni fnnl and Lottie Blngham Bin ln ham girl
Herman and Halle WHiner PtUner boy
Alex and Louenler Lou lller Walker boy bo
Cornelius and Clara Williams girl
Charlie and Cora Turner girl girlasa
Alfred and Clara Jonson boy boyCharles boy boyThomas
Thomas asa M f and dr Margaret d i A suit Ult girl
Charles H and Annie L 1 Sullivan girl
George L and Carrie A Pumphrey Pumphreygirl Pumphreygirl
girlCharl girl girlCharles
Charles Charl and Lucinda Peyton boy
SflllJe S Ue and Beekie Mack boy
Murdock C and Jean C MacKay 1lac1aboy boy
John J 1 and Maud Iaud E Miller girl girlWalter girlValter girlWalter
Walter and Jennie Lee girl girlJames girlJam gIrlJames
James Jam and Annie Livingston boy boyAbraham
Abraham and Rachel Davis D vls boy boyrrle
Charles and Mary E Kimball girl girlJohn girlJohn
John F and Mollle rrle Hysan i girl girlJamas girlJamea l
Jamas 1 E and Mar Mary > J Harvey J boy boyJacob boyJacob
Jacob W it and nnll Annie ii M Hopkins kr s boy boyGeorge Jy JyGeorge boyOeoge
George C and Della D Humphries Humphriesgirt HumphrlbsglSharle Ilumphriesgirl
girt girtCharles Charles W and Margaret V Fiaecker FiaeckerBlrL Fiafckergf Fiaeckergirl
girl gf girlEdward
BlrLEdward Edward ward B and Pansy li Dudley girl girlJCB slrlJCjn girlJcn
JCB T 1 and Florence Fl rence Doyle D Ie boy boyRetard 00 00R8rd boyRmrd
Retard B and Emma H M I Donald Donaldeon DonaldOft
eon so Oft girl girlJtymond irl irlRaymond i1
Raymond n ymond K and Annie H Cook girl glrLSllle girlSilIe r rBelUe L
Sllle and Jennie Chufuas boy boyJoseph boyJoseph
Joseph and Mar Mary K Carter girl girlH girlH I I
H tt Gordon dd and a ciai Lucy S SC SCJohn Clay boy boyJohn boyJohn
John and Sarah Jones girlF girl girlFrederick girlFied
Frederick Fied F derick rick J 1 and Clara V Chism girl girlWilliam girlllUam girlWilliam
William llUam W and Mary C Adamson Adamsongirl AdamsonI Adamsongirl
girl I r
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Underwear UnderwearHeavy 3v 3vHeavy 7 7Heavy
Heavy ribbed partwool part wool Under Underwear Underwear Underwear ¬
wear nafural gray color cut full fulland fulland fulland
and comfortable To closeGTP close 59c Cftr CftrGTP
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Green Ticket TIcket Day Daylloubles Doubles the Interest of the White Sale SaleThe
The combined power pow r of these two events coming on the same day cannot fail to create createtremendous cr createtremendous ate ateI
tremendous selling tomorrow Every Everydepartment department contributes generously gen rously to the bargain Carnival
embroideries embroideriesChoice
Choice Ch < Jlee assortment of Embroideries Embroideriesboth Embroideriesboth Embroideriesboth
both edgings and Insertions sell reg regularly regularly megularly ¬
ularly at t UHc and He 1i Fine Finesheer FIMsheer Finesheer
sheer grounds and the mostartistic most mostartistic
artistic and newest patterns patternsSpecial patternsSpecial BiC 2
Special for Friday Frida G T C P PSwiss Pwill PWias
Swiss will Wias and Cambric EmbroiderIes of ofsplendid oCsplendid ofsplendid
splendid qiHiHty fuftHt width up to I 1Inches IluchN IInches
Inches Designs Dt > 1gns are exceptionally exceptionallyheavy exceptionallyhet
heavy het h e a v y s end nd elaborate j jcan r rcant 1 C
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of Swiss and Cambric Cambrieaetual actual values valuesUD v valueeup lues luesup
up to sec 5e < All the novelty noveltycreations novelt noveltcreations noveltycreations
creations In blind eyelet lat latCutPrice lattics C
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We Pe have collected C 11Idd In one lot all our ouruntrimmed ouruntrimmed ouruntrimmed
untrimmed felt ehnpoe stylish 8tlIsh ready readytowear read readtowear readytoWear
towear Hats and the popular col college college eelloge ¬
lege shapes hapW that formerly formerlysold tormerlysold formerlysold
sold at from n 1 to JiOO 200 00 Every Everyshape f fclal c
shape P and dp dpmOifts every color I Spe Special 3 7
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Sale o of Laces LacesOdd LacesOdd LacesOdd
Odd pieces of dainty Valenciennes ValenciennesEdglnge ValenciennesEdlClnts ValenciennesEdglngs
Edglnge that originally sold up to toSc tok toSc
Sc per yard rd The lot comprises many manyeffective man manetteetl manyeffective
effective etteetl and pretty prett patterns patternsthai f f fPer C
thai will 18 qulckl quickly at G T P PpeJ PPec 1
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Importation of the very vel newest newestFrensh newestFren newestFrenh
Frensh Fren and nd German novelties In i Vn Vnlenclennr Yalenelennl Valenelennoc
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Hinch Dress Nets of splendid deli delicate delicate delicate ¬
cate quality worth orth up to tlOO 100 Va Variety Yariety Variety ¬
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For F r Friday we 1 reduce lf < 1u our ou ouFleecelined 15 15Fleeeellned 11 11Fleeeellned
Fleeeellned Hosler Hosiery > extra heaT heaTgrade haa haagrade heavygrade
grade made with Ith ribbed top tI I fir firaad I c
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Childrens Underwear UnderwearA A lot of ofbroken oCbroken ofbroken
broken sizes in Childrens Rib Ribbed Ribbed Ribbed ¬
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ends of 2Sc c goods but nearly nearl nearlper 17 j I Iperfect J Jperfect
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Remnants of outing flannel accu accumulated aecumulated abcumulated ¬
mulated In tt our Sc and lOc stocks stocksLengths stocksLengths stocksLengths
Lengths from 5 to 16 yards rds stripes stripesred Stripesand Stripesend
and ehects In pink light blue bluemed
red and gray G T TP TRemnants 1 1Remnants bIU84AC
P ped 4 4Remnants
Remnants of yardwide bleached bleachedcottons bleachedcottOM bleachedcottons
cottons containing Lonsdaie Lonsdl e Fruit Fruitof FruitoC Fruitof
of the Loom Rill and other reliablebrands reliable reliablebrands reliablebrands
brands ail clean and perfect perfectRegular perfeetll perfectRegular
Regular values from Sc c to to12c 3
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morrow at G T P PExcellent PExcellent 4 4Excellent
Excellent quality of Apron Ging Ginghams Glng11ams GInghams ¬
hams In checks of all sizes strong strongclose strongclose strongclose
close weave now 7c at all stores storesWarranted stores1J storesWarranted
Warranted fast ta colors of blue bluered b bluered
1J red brown and r green For ForFriday1 er 4iC 4iCFriday t tFriday
Friday G T P PManufacturers Plslutacturers PMatufactumera
Manufacturers lslutacturers surplus lot of small smallpieces am smallpieces all allplecs
pieces of white India Linen a a crisp crispcheer crispelg crispsheer
cheer quality It dJsan that thatVW1 would l be cheap cheapt cheapTt
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but t Tt TtP It itwn won t last l long at atG atWe 4iC
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8011 nt rtt ta ta1urt 1urt 1urttrom
soiled blankets t worth all the way wayfrom wayfrom
from M 2 to JS50 tO some are half halCwool halCwoolaU wool woolall
all ire 114 11 size and ex extra ext111 axtnt ¬
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Automobile Veils VeilsBeautiful VeIlsDeautlful VeilsBeautiful
Beautiful Automobile Veils of soft softchiffon BOCtchl softchiffon
chiffon chl on In all the leading col colors 001ors colors ¬
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per yard Range of the most desir desirable deslraLle desirable ¬
able colors and patterns patter House Housekeepers Housekeepers Housekeepers ¬
supply them themselves f3r f3rselves
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best imported Mnch Inch Broadcloth Broadclothwhich Droadclothwhich Broadclothwhich
which always sells at J1S5 I2s Among Amongthem Amongthem Amongthem
them are blue brown green greengarnet greengrnet greengarnet
garnet gray gm and black Sold Soldfrom i ifrom C Cdo
from grnet the t tAnother piece tomorrow at atO 79
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Another elegant dress fabric will willt willloe willic
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Tuesday TUfs Tu sday y December Uth JS06 J OO having havingbeen ha1n ha1ne havingbeen
been e unavoidably I a postponed t NOTIci NOTIciIS NOTICLIS
IS HEREBY MYf GIVEN rv that the ttlr ttlrmeetJng annual annualmeeting annu4meeting
meeting of the stockholders of the theAmerican theAmerfcnn theAmerican
American Teiegraphone Company will willbe w1l1be willbe
be held at Rooms COMI Colorado Build Building Building Buildlog ¬
ing corner of 14th and G street north northwest 86rtlWelt nurtlWest ¬
west Washington D C on WKDNKS WKDNKSDAY WEDNJoS4DAY WISDNLIIDAY
DAY JANUARY MTH 3IT1I1WTat JfieT at TWELVJ2 TWELVJ2OCLOCK lWELV lWELVOCLOCI IWELVZOCLOCN
OCLOCK NOON for the purpose u uelecting oC oCelfCUng ofelecting
electing eleven trustees or directors who wbjsball whilshall whoshall
shall manage the affairs of the Company Companyfor C6mnytor Companyor
for or the ensuing year and for the purpose pur purpose lIurpose ¬
pose of transacting triln actlng such other business businessas
as may oronerly come eom before said wi meet meeting meflIng meeting ¬
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the Washington Loan and Trust Cir Crpany corpany Cirpany <
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far the purpose of transacting tran aetlng aetlngotber g j jother iother
other business aa may lawfully rr Ti Tibefore > 9 9before
before the Stockholders in general enend m mrc mrcf5L n < c cing rlug
lug will be held h at Its office atoCLOCK at U UOCLOCK
OCLOCK f5L 8k M on TUESDAY h Dl JAN JANARY JL JLARY JANARY
ARY 6 HOT The polls poll will remain open opento pen pento pento
to receive vote votes ot08 for such election e1ecti n be between between between ¬
tween the hours of 12 1 M and 2 P M Mthat J ca cathat 1 1that
that date ANDREW PARKER Treas Treasurer Tre3sur Treasure ¬
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BIDS ARE REQUESTED by the Georga GeorgaA Gecrgonl
A nl Fuller r Coir Conpany pany for t the tb old materials materialsand materesand
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on the th site of the Gayety Theater Partioulars Par Particulars Parttoulars ¬
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Companys Office in the Muncey un y Build Building Bu Building d dIng ¬
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THE FIRM of Evans Benson and andPoultney andPoultney andFouliney
Poultney will continue a general law lawpractice lawr lawpractice
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AND GEORGETOWN GEORGETOWNThe The stockholders stockholdersof toekbolderaoC
of the Firemens Insurance Company of ofWashington otVashlngton ofVashington
Washington and Georgetown will meet meetat meetat meetat
at this office on MONDAY JANUARY JANUARY7TH JANCARY1TH JANLARY7TH
7TH HOG 1S 6 for the purpose purpo of electing elecUagthirteen electingthirteen elecuncthirteen
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