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mtTp THE WA VASIIIXGTON CTTT 1 rTf1N T11Trl rUlES rXlt TVTl Y V APUIL T PPTT 28 1907 1117
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BY BVMASKAND IIMASK AND WIG WIGPennsylvania IQ IQPennsylvania
Pennsylvania ennsylvania Clubs Per Performance Performance Performance ¬
formance Delighted Audi Audience Audience Audience ¬
ence of Society Folk FolkAn folkAn FolkAn
An Opera Op ra Bluff With WithPlenty WithPlenty WithPlerity
Plenty of Fun and Lots Lotsof Lotsof Lotsof
of Music Musicwle NlusicTwice
l Twice I wle aIq yesterday afternoon att sftwnwoa mooa and a d even event en
j > Ii t UM B8IIuIoo Bate SCQ Theater was crowded crowdedv er0 er0try wed
II try v representative society nf r rtn Waahlng Wam111ngt
t i tn n attracted by the imniusilaak famous fIuR ue 4lask and azi
V Wig ig g Club of the theUnlvtr University of Penn PennS
S < hanla U ania Mhicb rh ch gave
perform gave ve splendid p rCorm rCormMines JA JAJ
Mines J we of Itbek their latest music RUCII aurfesqne our 1M
H Hrr I J < r rr Lohengrin A better traveot traveotWagnereLobngrtnalrncely travesty
1 WagnereLobngrtnalrncely Wagners rLobngrta scarcely could coin d
if i i conceived and
the enthusiastic nthlia Uc an lip lipj1allae
j1allae j Uuse of the young men and women womenu womentgll
5 u tgll t stifled ed that the production wa wu one o of ofj ofnulne t
unuine j nulne excellence excellenceAm excellfltceA excellenceAn
Am A Opora Bluff Bluffllerr BItt BIttHerr BluffHerr
Herr Lohengrin might be said tou to be benn beII
nn II opera 0 Muff There Tb are tw t twe We acts at actstrue of
true t me melody and Ad original mirth mirthsaga Tb TbMory Thry Too
Mory ry bangs saga on inch a Blender plot that thatriu thatTIn tha that Toot t
t TIn one cares for It Is full of ridiculously rktkuIoueIYilmoro tidkulonsl
1 L timorous ilmoro situations with an abundance abundancei abtmdan abtmdant ce
ff i t snappy wit and rlever dancing danda 1 1the In Inili n
ili the second I nd act alone aloftethen there are ar some IIOt e haf hafa hal ha hadozen f
a 1 dozen dance specialties peclaIUe an ant I a bur
1 J8Ue sfiue on Peter Pan that 7v vuuJci ohl make makeMmde Inkef ntak ntak1tde e
Mmde f de Adams weep weepI weepI I
1 here are eightyfive players in the theHub theIb th thwho e I
Hub Ib who participated last night nl ht theyi they
t dwing i vlna In < < come over from from Philadelphia In Ini Inspecial
i special train In in the moraine morn and will willitiirn willturn W I
1 itiirn d turn 11 rn home bot e this thl morning
TIfr tin play pia was written by William WilliamKrnst WmtamrTlst
Krnst rTlst jr The 1lM committee on production productioni produetl8Jtst products productsfnsists tin
> fnsists i Jtst tsts of Charles Snyder Morgan jr jrstipc Jra 1rtge
stipc a tge e director Clayton t yton V jo McJKfchael McJKfchaelI
I rsilent j 1I sklent ld rit Howard K Mohr business businessmanager bU D Dmanager t aeu aeumanager
manager J S W V C Coulsiou jr treasurerTi treasurer
Ti n r n > > principal member of the cast < ut w were wereJ ere ereJohn
J John lm Francis Bresnahan ahan John Thomas ThomaslUIey Tbomaelall I Ilatley
lUIey lall y Morton a Neff Philip F Now Nowin NowIf Nowlent
lent in If I n V DeBoe F P Ebenewr Ebe MacMil MacNllIfn
Ifn 11 1 Hi II Mortloek S Pettit Charles So Rein Reini ReIRart Reinhfrt
hfrt i art = irt Frank K K Krte Krieger er William taM A Awyer
lawyer IWer Charges Cbar L I Downing DowningSociety DownincS DowningStlcioty
Society S ioty Out in Farce FarceVt
Vt l the close of the ev nine perform performr
r ue le the club cave a rotttekiag yell I for forMayor CorILl fo foMivor r
Mayor ILl yor Weyburn of Philadelphia l who whoniti wboIt whoitt
niti It itt I < Mrs Reyburn R burn occupied a box boxfiiiprs boxit boxt
fiiiprs t it t hirS t ers la the be boxes were Mr and Mrs Mrsri In In1n
t > 1n < ri R McLean and Edward B Mc McMr Mem McI
I m Mr and Mrs William Phe Pheo Phelps PhelpsKV Pbe1pel
l KV > of o New York Mr and Mrs Arlhu ArlhuMr Arthur ArthurT r
T Mr and Mrs iill Thomas Nelson Page Pageplain Pqeplain Paget
t plain and Mrs Rlrbardson Clover CloverMr CloverII Clover1rr
Mr II ml n < < l Mrs Nathaniel Simpkin and an I
Mr Ir I r and Mrs Henry Cleveland Perkins Perkinsliners PerkinsIf
liners If h Irs rs in the audience were war Mrs Mrst re reIthanlel
Xitiianlel > t Ithanlel Berry Bt > rry Mr and Mrs tn Thomas Thom a an
f ciiien b den Mr Dirs Donald Cameron and
Miss Cameron of Pennsylvania Mr MrMm Mrnl
11 nl > Mm GordonCummlngs GordonCumlPln I Mrs MrsharlVs Mrsh Mrsharks
harks h < lrl H Davis Mrs lint Nicholas kholu Fish
Mrs trs IT Foraker and Miss llu Foraker Mr fro an anr and d
Mr I r + Thomas T tiaff Oa < < Mm MIB John B
I nflerson lerson Mr fr Justice and Mrs rll Oliver r
WANTS ANTSPOL1CE ANTSPOL1CETO POLlCE POLlCETO
TO FIND HUSBAND HUSBANDunPIY
The unhappy unPIY climax of a pretty tty ro romance romance ro romance ¬
mance ot tor lore at t first sight ht was aM brought broughtto
to light yesterday when Mrs Charles CharlsiA CharI CharIA
A Schrader requested 1eque tecl the police to tolocate tolocate tofocale
locate her husband The couple ooup18been have havebeen IWWObeen
been married barely a week and hail hailcome 11Mcome bOdcome
come to Washington for their honey honeymoon ¬
moon moon They arrived In the city early uarlyFriday uulrFrkJar earlyFriday
Friday morning mornl and registered tered at t tPenn8rlvanla a aPennsylvania aPennsylvania
Pennsylvania avenue hotel bo 1 About Jf Jfoclock J Joelock Ioclock
oclock the husband huba d told his wife hewas he hewas be80Ine
was going to the station to attend attenttto attentttothe to tothe tothe
the baggage and that he would be back backIn backIn backn
In n halt an hour hourMrs hourMrs hourMrs
Mrs Schrader says MY that thatlle Jw attended attendedto attendedto
to the baggage in such uch good shape Ma e that thatbe thatbe thathe
be sot both b both Lb his and her trunks out of ofthe ofI
I the city elt before she be realised 1bItd what hadbtllrpened had hadbsjppened hadbaJfpened
bsjppened Schrader the t police J lIee thinkhtua think thinklias
lias 1 abjo left eft Washington 1ioablaito8ales WashingtonMrs Wa alaatOJi alaatOJiJ8
Mrs J8 Schrader who is young and andj andI andpretty
j j pretty pret pretty was formerly Miss Virginia VirginiaBrooks Vlr1dnlaof VirginiaBrooks
I Brooks of Homestead Homt Pa a She is said saidto aidto
to be be A member of a a good oocs family but butI bu t tI
I owing uwl to k a reverse in finances she h found foundit foundlit
j lit it necessary to go out in n the world MAdI and
I I earn her own living JlvI She obtained a aposition apoa1tJ
position poa1tJ n at the Washington Hotel Hoteli
i Hcmcstead where she lIh met Schrader Schraderabout SchraderSchrader
I a about ut three weeks ago acoSCbrader agoScbrader
SCbrader is a railroad engineer and andbetween andbetween
f between runs run stopped at the hotel He Heis lieIs
is said ald to be a native of Fittsburg Plttabo The Theweddtng Thewe Th e
wedding we < kftnlf ctremooy Ct relDODy Mrs n Schrader Scbraderw says sayswa sayseras
eras wa w performed at the court house in inPtttsburg InI
I Ptttsburg IJfttbur a week w k ago Friday FridayWendell Frl4ayWMII
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Wendell Holmes Solicitor General neraJ and andMrs
I Mrs X Henry M Hoyt formerly of Phlla
delphia Mr and Mrs llll Huidekoper form formerly formerly tormerly ¬
I erly of Philadelphia I + Miss KIbbey Count Countand CountaDel
and Countess Couft fitockendorfC Mr sold Mrs MrsFrederick MrsFrederick HrsFredrlck
Frederick W R Stevens Colonel and Mr MrThOmas Hrs HrsThomas
I ThOmas Tb maa W V Symons Mrs William H HTatt
Taft wife wif of the Secretary of War MrsAudenreki Mrs MrsAudenreid MrllAudenrekl
Audenreid of Pennsylvania Mrs MrsThomas Mr MrThomas rK rKThoftIaJI
Thomas Biddle Mrs A E Bates Mr 1rand
an and < l Mrs John Bolt nee Horstman ofPhiladelphia of nfPhiladelphia ofPblladelphla
Philadelphia Mr and Mrs William WilliamJ VllilamJ
J J Boardman Miss X Susan Bkidle BiddieMr
Mr and Mrs James F Harbour Mr Mrand Mrand
and Mrs John Canasta Ca els of Pennsylvania I
Mr and Mrs John DalaeU of Pith Pltt
burg bu Dr and Mr YI1l Thomas M Chat Chatard Chatard Chataid
ard the th Admiral of the Navy and Mr airs Mrltwe
Dewey we Mr and Mrs In Franklin Ellis
Brig B Gen d and Mrs rs Clarence EdwardsSt Edwards
Mrs Stephen St B Elkins kl and an Miss Kath Kathcrine
Elkins f ElIl
crine Elkins Mr and Mrs Arnold A d
Plague Mr and Mrs George rK Howard Howardties
Mrs ties Eugene Fu < < en Hale Representative Repr rtatiYe and andrldrs nel nellira
Mrs lira George Huff Miss Ml s Orolyn Huff nfrurray
Murray urray A Alobt Cobb > Gen and Mrs tlll John
A Johnston Senator and Mim Kean
Mr and anall Mr Mno Frs Alexander AI xandtl Legare Mr
Justice TtJlIt and Mrs McKenna Mr and aDl11r
Mrs 11r MorganHill Miss 14 Diane Diane Morgan
Hill Representative and Mrs Richard Rlcha 1
Waym Vy Parker of New Jersey J fIHIY and thf thf1r thf1rguu r
guests guu Mm frl Richard and Miss Richards
daughter dau ht r ard granddaughter gra duKhtcr of o Mrs
Julia Ward ard Howe Mrs In E Francis
Rlggs Mrs Samuel Reber Capt and
Mrs Seaton Schroeder and the Misses Missesroeder
Scluoeder Sc pager Mrs Philip Sheridan Capt Capta Captands
ands a oat rMrs Mrs W WIF H H Southerland and the
Misses MI Southerland Mrs Roland Cotton
Smith Mr and Mrs Ward Thoron Mrs
Richard Townsend nee Scott of Erie
Pa Miss Isa Mathilde Townsend Mr and
Mrs Herbert Wadortb Wads worth Mrs M B H
Warder Wrd r Mr and Mrs Charles D I Wai Waicot V al alcot
cot rout t Commander and Mrs JII Rush Ru b R
Wallace WIa Justice and Mrs Whlf and
Mrs Henry O Yarrow YarrowMrs YarrowXJII YarrowMrs
Mrs John R McLean had issued IInJtId invltnlfons In Invltntlons
vltntlons itnUon for a tea at Friendship to tomorrow toJDOM1 to torporrpw ¬
morrow JDOM1 > W afternoon but the club was
obliged to return to Philadelphia early
in the day and the tea tf was abandoned abtlndon a Boned
A number of o small supper parties parties were weregiven wereJtlwn
given after the performance
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DO WATCH1S HAVE HAYETHEIR HAVETHEIR HAVETHEIR
THEIR H AFFINITIES AFFINITIESIt
It does not look reasonable to be believe believe behove ¬
lieve that the personality of the wearer wearerwould Wrerould wearerwould
would ould have anything to do with the run running 1Unftt runatag ¬
ning ftt ofa watch said Id a watchmaker
but I recently had an experience which whichsatisfied whichsatistled
satisfied tfted me that In I some mysterious mysteriousway myterSo myterSoway mysteriousway
way the watch and lui 1 a owner become In topart Inpart Inpart
part at least identified identifiedAn IdenU IdentifiedAn ed edAn
An engineer employed in a a large targemanufacturing lalK8manufacturin largen
manufacturing manufacturin n establishment bought a awatch awatch awatch
watch from me about three years ago Co
It was a good 004 watch too and he paid paida
a high hl < < h price more indeed than a man
in his line could have h ye been n expected to topay topay topay
pay Three Th months later he brought
back the watch saying sayln that it would wouldnot wuuldnot wouldnot
not not keep time I gave ve him hint another putc put
the watch c In my drawer regulated 1eII1I and andset andset andset
set it t after I had looked it over and andten
for three WH weeks that watch didnt vary ry
ten seconds a day da I returned return It when
the engineer called and In less than a amonth amonth amonth
month here he came C UDt back again aln with
the same complaint I examined lAoM lAoMcarefully lOJtt lOJttcaretull rlaostcarefully
carefully caretull every part art of the th mechanism
Everything was right and the watch
kept excellent time me and nd yet a few t fewweeks w wWHits
weeks later h here re it was again a Jn the en engineer enaineer englneer ¬
gineer as mad lpad as a wet hen and Inti ¬
mating that I bad sold MI him bhnwatch 9 te tewatch bat <
watch watchI I II
I was completely eom tr pwssled 1ed by the an antic aatla antic ¬
tic tic of the watch for 1 knew the diewelt man manwell manwell
well enough to be convinced eoovl cel that be bewould bitwould hewould
would not complain without cause ca a es 1 Isuspected 1tect 1suspected
suspected tect that there tbereuat must be bethine some soawtblng something
thing In the way be handled or wore worethe w wtile werethe
the watch that made the trouble He Hetold lietold Iletold
told me that his brother was w night en engineer enetneer engineer ¬
gineer In the establishment where w he heworked heworked heworked
worked by day they th lived liT la the same sameroom sameroom me me1OOm
room each eb had paid half the price prl of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the watch and each carried it one by by4ay
day and the other ot r by night I didnt didntsee dldnte didntsee
see e that that would make any difference 4Ift
in in1bfO the running of the watch but as I Icouldnt Icouldnt Icouldnt
couldnt find anything the matter U r with
it I gave him a cheap watch and told
him to wear the good watch himself or
let his brother brotb r wear it no matter matt which81x which
Six months after I met the engi engineer englneer nel nelr ¬
neer r and asked him about the watch
It ran all right he said Id ever since his hi
brother quit wearing Wfrlft It I then asked askrdmonths
him to let his brother wear It for a few ffwmonths fewmonths
months and after a little irregularity at
first the hE watch tch still kept k t good time Of Ofcourse Ofcourse
course > one on case like that doesnt dle ftt prove proveanything pIO proveanything t
anything anythn < < but 1 have ba f ht heard ird of others tlaff
so am more ban half convinced that tb t in
From tbe X New York Kv Itvataa stav < World Irocldsame
1 some queer way a watch Is inA influenced t
by the wearer SC St Louis OlobeDemo OlobeDemoerat GIobeDeIDoeat GlobeDemoerSt
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A MOMENTOUS IHOM NTOUS DECISION D2CISIONHenry D DECISIONHenry CISION CISIONHeft
Henry Heft J T Mermina and Harry Iiarqof Klhney Klhneyof ICJhDeoof aW
of Blrdsboro fished in the SchuylkUl SchuylkUlriver SeJul7IkWer Sehaylk Sehaylkriver w
river er with ones attaciied to bribs umbrella umbrellaribs ustk dls
ribs rU Sleighbells fastened to the um umbrella 111ftbrella mbrella ¬
brella ribs rang to notify the dosing doRn < < fish fishermen ftabenDPn flabomen ¬
omen when wheft they ey had a bite They were werearrested weretor wan wanarrested
arrested for iflegal i egal fishing but the mac magi
i istrate discharged them th An ataken appeal a De1 was wastaken wutaJtel
taken to the Berks court which w upheld upheldthe apbeldthE upbel upbelthe d
the magistrate The Commonwealth then thenappealed thewa th thappealed ta
appealed a Jed to the supreme upt me court which whic D Dhtl
hs h just decided ckoctd d that It is not lawful law htl
to fish with a combination of nab nabribs umbrella umbrellaf keUa keUartbll bc etle
f ribs and sleighbells sleighbellsVARYING sleighbdlsVARYING elhbells elhbellsVARYING
VARYING OPINIONS OPINIONSHer OPINIONSBer OPINIONSHer
Her father thought he was a cad cadHis cadII cadH4
His II father thought her crude crudeHer crudeHfI crudeHe
Her mother thought thou < < bt him simply ply mad
I His Is mother thought her rude
Her uncles UlKI thought th t he was w a churl
His HI uncles uncl thought her herBut dense
But he thought th t her a corking girl
And she thought him immense Imme ae
aeLlfe Life
SHUBERTS 1 ENTER ENTERTHEATER ENTERTHEATER
THEATER COMBINE C01IEv COMBINEENDING COMBINEENDINGSTRUGGLE
ENDING ENDINGSTRUGGLE ENDINGSTRUGGLENew STRUGGLE STRUGGLENew
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New Company Formed FormedLeaving FormedL FormedLeaving
Leaving L aving Fiskes F iskes andBelasco and andBelasco
Belasco Out int an anthe in inj
t j I th the ColdJIW Cold ColdI
f 1II 1OTW JIW < t YORK April H 2lTIae Tb attttal attttalSrtaager ale aleiMed tW tWJ
J JJIIeI1 merger ec tile Shuem SIn is Sad SadJ JCJaW JCJaWt l +
Srtaager J the thsatrJfal thsatrJfalcam iP M T Tto I Iem
cam em ma to pus pas today with the theOan tb tbdM thetint
tint of the United States Amusement A wout woutCoMr t terrs
t Company in New Jersey Jets ey By the terms termsof telJllllof to toof errs
of the amaJgaoiatton aim ig motion NKIoa Ktaw d Ertaager Ertaageradd BrIaaprto E Eadd ulaager
add to their interests bI the twentythree twentythreetheaters twe twentyetheaters tytJaree tytJareetMate18 tbree
theaters with which t hieh leb the Shuberts have haveheretofore havebegetofore ve vetotono
heretofore totono ought the syndicate sy itcate itcatee tr trThe
j Th Thprises The e eigjamate Umate and lid vaudeville enter enterprises entftI ¬
prises throughout the country countryequity are areequally areeqnr
I equally affected by the merger AErIanger A L LErIanacer I
Erianger is president of the tb neworation new cor corporatJoa
pand poratlon p oration Lee Shubert vice president prerideDtaad t
and Jtfarc Klaw treasurer The TheDal semi nominal semisal ¬
sal nileover amount of capital stock Issued to tocover toecwer t o old
cover the new trust is n00a tlefom 1 < KM paid paidm paidIn pa paIn ldW ld ldthe
In the incorporation papers say saycover y to tocover t tcoyer
cover the transfer of theaters to toamusement the theamusement thfaauaeent
amusement company by the parties theo to tothe t tthe o
the contract contractFUGITIVE contractFUGITIVE
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FUGITIVE NORFOLK GIRLDETAINEDBY GIRL GIRLDETAINED GIRLI
I DETAINED DETAINEDBY BY POLICE POLICEUpon POLICEUpoQ POLICUpon E
Upon telegraphed information Intenaa oe from fromNorfolk flOlllVa f fVa t01t
Norfolk Va Blanche E Fentrelatweet Featresr Featresrtwenty F Ftweaty
tweet twenty years old was arrested last lastnight 1M 1Mnlpt ltasSlxtn =
night to a herding boanI house oa sostreet Slxtii Slxtiistreet saxtollHreet I
street northwest by Central Oki Ossee ee eeteetive De Detective JeI ¬
I tective OBrien The girl is being beingat held heldat beI4I
I at the House of Detention as a fugitive fugitivefrom ruttheI tugitivfray e ebe
I from her parents Arrangements Arra q will willmade be bemade bemade
made to take her back to Norfolk to tomorrow toIDOnOw tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowPOCKETBOOK IDOnOwPOCKETBOOK morrowPOCKETBOOK
POCKETBOOK SNATCHED SNATCHEDBY SNATCHEDBY
BY A LIGHT NEGR NEGRMrs NEGRO NEGROMrs NEGROMra 0
Mrs H Pnrdy of 1717 Twentyfourth Twentyfourthstreet Teatyfourtkebeet T entyfo entyfostreet Seth
street northwest reported t > the police policebast polleeIaat p0
bast night t that she e had bcJfroat a pocketbook pocketbooksnatched
snatched from from her hand ly IT a negro negrowktte DeCrOwIaIIe
while walking through Wasatogtoa W dr circle drI ¬
I cle c abeot a f oclock oclodLXn oclockMrs
Mrs Purdy describes her ftsmt ae4 ass Ham t talightatkhaed as asa
a Nghtsktaaed Il taIda ed negro tiegro esro about sbc feet talL talLQUICK taILQUICK > W I
QUICK WORK WORKIn WORKIn WORKIn
In the State of Washington WaablnctoD a ranw railway railwaybridge rahQbr1dp sy
bridge had been destroyed by fire and It Itwas Itto t
was necessary to replace It says p the theDundee UteDwI4Iee
Dundee Advertiser The bridge engineer engineerand eaatMerad
and laid ad his staff ta < < were ordered la baste to tothe tothe ii iie
the th e eb place lace Two days day YI later came the thetiUperMtrndtnt tbehupertntflUknt tb e
tiUperMtrndtnt b of the division Alighting tl tlprivate sag
from fromold his private ear he encountered the theold theaW tb
old master bridge builder 1 u1Jder Joe Joee said
the th e eowed superintendent and the word words quiv quivcred quivered
owed with energy I want this Job Jobrushed JobIWIbM 1 1rushed
rushed Every E nr hours Boors delay deIa costs the thecompany tbecoaapany th thcompany
company money Have you got the en ennt e eIdDeer to n nis
IdDeer is plans for the new brId bridge bridgef < < e I
dont nt know replied the bridge brdiewhetber f builder bonderwhether II
whether hetb r the engineer ft11n r has ba got the theture pfc
ture > drawed yet et or not but the bridge brad bradis I
is up and the thf trains is passiover passin 8Sir over it I
EIGHT HT KILLED TT TTIN I IIN J
IN BIG TEXAS TEXASRAIN TEXASRAINSTORM
RAIN RAINSTORM RAINSTORMWires STORM STORMAIl
All Gainesville GainesvilleGut0 Wires
CutOff Gut0 During Duyin g gGale Severe SevereGale Severej
Gale GaleFORT GalePORT GaleFORT
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FORT WORTH Tex April It Advices Ad Advices AdrftIa ¬
vices reOrwed ret Imed here by I r telephone state statethat statedlat
that eight et t persons were killed killt > d durin durina dur nil
a terrific rain and wind storm near nearGainesville nearGalDesvUk nearGalnesvilk
Gainesville sixty miles north of here herei hnetOOay
i today Soon after the inf InfJlmation InfJlmationreaeted lnfjrmatlonrpaetae jrraation jrraationj
i j I reached this city wire communkatiofl communkatioflwith eommunleaUoaI
I with Gainesville was cut off and n nconflrmatlon nI W
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confirmation of the report can be h ob obtained ¬
tained It is shown however bOW V T that t t teevele a asevere asevere
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severe gale spread apn < ad over V the country coun try in inthe InJ inthe
the vicinity of Gainesville and it i t is j be believed beued bebored ¬
J bored that the storm blew down vle vlegruph lt ltpb
graph pb and telephone poles pOl s Sfwrin srvrrinc v rins con eonInection conI
t Inection nec 01a with the district Trasis Tral y an anarriving ar ararririD arvarriving
I arriving arririD here behind scheduled time tim and andt nd ndthe
I the t crews crew bring br1n word of tb tht s torn tr t n but butdetails butde
details de as to the loss of life and th thdamage thdama thldattage
ldattage damage dama e done are lacking lackingThe l ddnlf ddnlfDUCKING
DUCKING G CLUB TRIP TRIPFOR
FOR PENNSY ALUMNI ALUMNIThe
The Washington w Alumni Association Associationof n nae
of the UnrVeratty of pltsnsyfpelatmeeting PesMsyfnmia at a asaeetlnc aIIIee
meeting IIIee meetinge IW or the eacecuUve ceuaotttee of ofdecided ofthe
the th thdecided e ISOOCispate t ef at the Uenltr Clubb tub tubdeei6ed
decided upon a aDeW new Corn of entertain entertainment eetertainmesat et tertain ¬
went this lb year for the annual oelebrii entiebrntfun oelebriitioo ceIebrUOo
tioo of the resident r ldielat atasoaK atasoaKJohn aIaIIaDI aIaIIaDIJoba altsmfJohn
John E Raybnrn mayor of Pbitedel Pbitedelphia PlatladelpJ Philadelpbis
phia pJ a an alumnus has placed his h steam steamyacht llteamncht Meamyacht
yacht Gretcben at the dIaposat sposel of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Washington W association odatJoD for a day dayduring daycharlD
during charlD < < the month of May for an outing ovtingon outingon tlng tlngDB
on the Potomac Po to an island near Quan QuanUco Quantico
Uco called Chapawamslc ownod owm d by bythe bythe
the Ml Xl Vernon Docking Club Sunday SMtdayMay SIIada SIIadalar
May lar 12 1 12 was w selected for the outing outingIt
It is planned to leave the city about It 1C 16or 1Cor 4J 4Jor
or U oclock dinner betes b serve served on onthe ontile
the island which is one of the roost roostbeautiful 1ft08tautJful mostbeautiful
beautiful on the lower IoWftriYer rivet and famous famousas falnoustile
a as the home of ODe of the > ssost exetasiv exetasivshootmg eaetlJi8beodnc exeiaivahoodug
shootmg clubs cI in the tidewater section sectionof aecUoneI sectionof
of Maryland or Virginia It is planned plannedto
to reach Washington on the return trip tripabout tripabout
about 8 oclock oclockFIRE oclockFIRE
FIRE DOES S150 DAMAGE DAMAGEIN
IN FOURTEENTH ST HOUSE HOUSEDamage HOUSE1a1lUlP
Damage to the extent tent of 515 nil was wascaused wascauaed
caused by fire yesterday afternoon attenaooath jn jnthe s
the th home of Edward DevertoK Deverbl 7 4t > t tFourteenth 1Fourteft1tb
Fourteenth street northeast northe8tTbe The loss k is isfully istull7
fully covered by Insurance InsuranceServe IaaereServe itanranotServe
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1 12inch Meat Platter
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1 Sugar Bowl and Cover I
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as as a premium premium on every purchase of 5 5O 0 worth of Fur Furniture llture Carpets Mattings or Draperies And to make this offer ffer still more more wonderfulwe wonderful
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liberal terms of credit creditLansburghFurniture
LansburghFurniture Furniture and I PR Carpet Co
512 9th Ste NWomInterOcean Nw04nt rOcean BuiIding Bui1ding512 512 9th St Nw
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