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THE WAOTINGfON 1VAS1TIYCONTllIES TIMES TUESDAY SEPTEMBER SEPTEMBER10 10 1907 907
mm WRITTEN REPLIES REPLIESQuestions REPLIESfl REPLIESflAT I IAT
AT RATE HEARINGS HEARINGSQuestions HEARINGSQuestions
Questions Put on Paper at atSouthern atSouthern atSouthern
Southern Offices Officesfoday Officesl Officestoday
today fodayHardwick l o day dayHardvjck I IHardwick
Hardwick and Attorneys AttorneysGet AttorneysGet AttorneysGet
Get in Squabble Over OverTestimony Overestimony OverTestimony
Testimony TestimonyWhen estimonyWhen
When th the Morning JftOIftlft nornI session of f the thehearing thehearing thehearing
hearing in tii the th North orth Carolina rat rate ense ensebegan e5ebegar c cbegar
begar this morning Captain Thorn con continued CORtJnu OO OOtinued ¬
tinued tJnu hi I direct examination of S H HHardwick HHard11ck HBardwick
Hardwick passenger traf tratfte Ae manager manac of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Southern railway who went ent on the thestand thestand the8tand
stand yesterday afternoon Some Inter Interest Interest SitterI ¬
I est was manifested In the manner In 2nwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which Captain Thom conducted his M ex examination examination oxamlnatIon ¬
amination He read hte queslons from froma fromI1st
a list prepared pr p red before the hearing Marin be began Dugan began ¬
gan and Mr Hardwick Hardw Sek answers an rs were werelikewise werellkewIae ere erelIkewise
likewise read When Captain Thorn
turned the witness wtt over to minsel for forhtc forhte for1tc
htc State V C Bryant r7Int who ho opened openedfor openedfor epenedfor
for the State requested and nd received receivedthe recetv recetvthe recelvodthe
the paper Mr Hardwick had used and andon andon andon
on which questions and answers were werewritten wer werW werewritten
W written writtenThere writtenThere rltten rlttenTh
There Th te was little of Jntere interest t in the pro proceedings proceedings proceedinge ¬
ceedings until Mr Bryant referred r Cerred to tothu tothu tothti
thu hearing hearln before tho Virginia cor corporation corporation corporation ¬
poration commission comml ion at which itr itrHardwick fl flHard11ck tr trI
I Hardwick had been a witness witne Mr MrBryant MrBljant MrBryant
Bryant asked ked Mr Hardwick If he had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not at that time testified te Ufted tnat the in interstate Interstate Interstate ¬
terstate and intrastate earnings of the theSouthern theSo1thern theSoathern
Southern railway were kept separate separateMr HparatdMr separatetr
Mr tr Hardwick denied that he had so sotestified 80testifttd soteMid
testified testifiedJudge testifttdJUdge teMidJudge
Judge Montgomery informed the law lawyers lawyers lawyers ¬
yers for the State that t at they could not notquestion notqtlesU nottuestIon
question qtlesU n the veracity of the witness witnessand witneyand witneseand
and would have to produce prod e a record of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the evidence in question Finally the thetestimony lh lhtestimony thetestimony
testimony of Mr Hardwick was found foundand fountlWId fountand
and it proved that he had been n asked askedwhether aske askewhether askedwhether
whether the interstate and Intraslate Intraslatebusiness htnislatebusiness tetrastatebuslnes3
business of the Southern In Virginia irin1a had hadbeen batlbHn hadbetn
been Kept separate and he had testified testifiedthat tt testifiedThat > stlne stlnetllat
that such was the case This Mr MrHardwick 1trHardwick MrBardwick
Hardwick Informed Mr Bryant was an anentirely anentIrel anentirely
entirely entIrel different question from the one onepropounded oneprvp onepropunded
propounded prvp < unded and added hotly hotlyYou hotlyYou htIyYou
You have no right to say SB that I tea testified teaUfted teetilled ¬
tilled to such a thing tnuiyThe tnfngThe thingThe
The early part of Captain Thoms ex examination fOXanuY1athtn oxanimation ¬
animation of the witness was designed designedto de lgned lgnedto
to show the disastrous 11sa trous effect ef eff ct of rate ratewars nltcIars ratewars
wars and to prove that a II reduction of ofrates orratea ofrates
rates docs not tend to increase Incr le passen passenger passenger a88cn a88cngpr ¬
ger traffic trafficWARSAW trafficELEVEN trafficI
I ELEVEN HEBREWS HEBREWSDEAD HEBESDEAD
DEAD IN r MASSACRE MASSACREMANY I IMANY
MANY ARE INJURED INJUREDW
WARSAW W ARSA W Poland Sept W lOAnother lOAnothermaESacre 14kAnothermassacre Another Anothermassacre
massacre of Hebrews is in progress at atLo atLoQz atLoti
Lo LoQz Loti z Poland Messages from there therestate therestate therestate
state that eleven persons have been beenkilled beenkilled beenkilled
killed and fourteen injured already At Atthe A1the Atthe
the time the advices were sent th the mas massacre mass massacre ¬
sacre s cre was still going on onRescue onRescue onRescue
Rescue League LeaguePlans LeaguePlans LeagueI
I Plans Massacres MassacresOf
Of the Hebrews HebrewsBERLIN
BERLIN Sept It ItVengenance Vengenance on onthe onthe onthe
the Hebrews for attempts on the lives livesof livesof ilveaof
of Czar Nicholas Premier Stolypin or orany orany orany
any of the other high government dig dignitaries dignitaries digitartes ¬
nitaries is the object of a new anU antiSemetic anUS6meUc anUSemetic
Semetic organization or Rescue uRescueLeague RescueLeague RescueLeague
League as Its members call it which whichha whichhrss whichhas
ha Just made its appearance appe rance in Rus RusFla Russia RusnSa
Fla nSaI
I Prominent Hebrews here to whom whomnews whomncws whomnews
news of the new societys organization organizationhas organizationhas organizationbaa
has Just been conveyed believe the for formation formaUon f or orrnaUon ¬
mation of the league preesages pr 68ges a gen general general genera ¬
eral era massacre of their people all over overthe ovcrthe overthe
the empire and are talking of o an ap appeal apP ap1eel ¬
peal P to the civilized world for protec protection prolttCtlon protuclion ¬
lion of the Russians of their race raceOpenly raceOpenly raceOpen1y
Openly Proclaim Massacre
Leaders of the league l e openly proclaim proclaimtheir proclJmtheir proclaimtheir
their intention to begin a campaign of ofExtermination otextermlnatloo ofexterrnirat1ot
Extermination immediately following the thediscovery thedhscovery thediscovery
discovery or alleged discovery diecover of the thenext thenext thenext
next assassination plot Jlotsucce plotsuccessful successful ful or orotherwise orotherwise orotherwise
otherwise otherwiseConsidering otherwiseConsldenng otherwiseConsidering
Considering that such attempts recur recurregularly recurregularb recurregularly
regularly and that the Hebrews are arepowerless arepowerJees arepowerlees
powerless to prevent a general killing killingthe killingthe killingthe
the danger is 1 deemed imminent The Theviolence TheIolence Theviolence
violence of popular prejudice against againstthe agalnsLthe againstthe
the Hebrews and the mob mobs a eagerness eagernessto
to lend aid to any outbreak outbr k promising promisingplunder promltngplunder promisingplunder
plunder and violence makes it easy for forany lorany brany
any class of wouldbe disturbers to pro provoke prooke proyoke ¬
yoke oke an attack on the Semitic popula population population populslion ¬
tion on almost any pretext The Res Rescue Resrue Rcarue ¬
rue League asserts the Hebrews arc arcresponsible 81CrE arcreponsible
responsible rE non8Ible for all the countrys mis misfortunes mlsrrlune8 misI ¬
I fortunes and declares Its purpose purJH e Is Isto ist
to 1 save the empire from their conspira conspiracies conspiracies conspiracies ¬
cies
f
Odessa Riots Continue ContinueDispatches ContinueDlspatclea ContinueI
I Dispatches from f m Brail Roumanla say saythat MYthat saythat
that travelers arriving from Odessa say saythe saythe Jaythe
the antiHebrew execeeses ex there as con continuing continulng continuing ¬
tinuing almost uninterruptedly It Is Isestimated isestimated Isestimated
estimated that at t least 100 Hebrews Hebrewshave Hebrewshave Hebrewsliave
have ben killed in Odessa deaa within withinWeek a aweek a aweek
week The police are preventing them themfrom themfro01 themfrom
from leaving the th city cityPlacards cll cllPlacards cityPlacards
Placards were posted in KIsheney and andother andother andother
other towns yesterday Sterday calling on the thepopulace theI theTopulace
populace I < to attack the Hebrews Hebrewscpiiiin HebrewsFRAUD HebrewsFIIMJII
cpiiiin FRAUD rtinUU rtinUUThe ORDERS ISSUED ISSUEDAGAINST 1SSEAA1NST
AGAINST CRARY IIARY FIRMS FIRMSThe
The Postofftce Department has issued issueda lssu lssua
a fraud order denying the use of the themails the111a11s themails
mails to the Crary Vacuum Company Companyand Companyand Companyand
and A S CrtU Crary Dexter building bitiMhtgcago Chi Chicago Ch1cago ¬
cago III IIIThe 111The IllThe
The law officer of the department In Inpassing Inpassing inpassing
passing upon the case said that Uthe Uthelangu3gev the thelanguage thelanguige
language langu3gev used ed in the circular matter mattero JJtAtterof matterof
o of the company if not obscene is at atleast atleast atleast
least highly indecent and the circula circulation clrcullion oirculntion ¬
tion of this matter matte by means of the thamails themans theI
I mails is I contrary to public pUblicpolicy pUblicpolicyI JM nollcy nollcyThe > > 1kY 1kYlhe
I The effort ffMt is made to tor frighten teR the thertader therader therader
rader of the circular matter Into lists buy buying buyfng buyleg ¬
leg the instrument by < he M pretense that thatperfectly thatperfectly thatperfectly
perfectly normal conditions are abnor abnormal abnormAl abnorma ¬
mal ma and unusual and JMl the statements statementsmsde stAtementsmde statementsmade
made it this connection are indecent indecentrojcft IndecentI indecent4Q3L
4Q3L rojcft I and fraudulent traudulentJ
J
Golden Wedding Feast FeastFor FeastFor FeastFor
For Mr and Mrs Bosley
MR AND MRS IRS MILTON BOSLEY BOSLEYWho BOSLEYWho BOSLEYWho
Who Were the Printipals in a Celebration at Their Home Saturday Evening
Fiftieth Anniversary at atCountry atCountry atCountry
Country Home in Mary Maryland i Maryland ary aryland ¬
land Attended by Chil Children Children Chitdren ¬
dren and Grand Grandchildren Grandchildren Grandchildren ¬
children childrenJerusalem childrenJflrusalem childrenJerusalem
Jerusalem Hill Harford county Md Mdthe Mdthe Mdthe
the home of Mr and Mrs Milton Bosley Bosleywas Bo Dosleywas le lewas
was the scene sce e of the celebration by b the theImmediate theImmediate theImmediate
Immediate family of the fiftieth wedding weddinganniversary wedding3unlver weddinganniversary I
anniversary 3unlver ary of this couple Saturday Saturdayevening Saurdayeenlns Saturdayevening
evening eveningThe eenlnsThe eveningTue
The couple coupJewho who have passed p8 pasaedthe1r their fif fiftieth ftftleth flftieth ¬
tieth milestone of wedded bliss were the therecipients therecipients therecipients
recipients of many presents from theli thelichildren thellehUdren theitthlidren
children and grandchildren and sev several sevI soyoral ¬
I eral speeches and congratulatory re remarks remarks remarks ¬
marks were In order after a sumptuous sumptuoussupper sumptuousSupper sumptuoussupper
supper had been served on the lawn lawnwhich lawnwhich lawnwhich
which had be b becn < n tastefully decorated de orated for forthe forthe forthe
the occasion The house also was es
CONGRESSMEN HERE HEREDISCUSS HEREDISCUSSPROSPECTS
DISCUSS DISCUSSPROSPECTS DISCUSSPROSPECTSFall PROSPEGTS PROSPEGTSFall
Fall Brings Representatives RepresentativesWho
Who Tell of Plans for forSession forSession forSession
Session SessionFall
I
Fall is bringing to Washington on the thainstallment theInstalhn theinstallment
installment Instalhn < < nt plan the statesmen who whowill whowill
will 111 make Jaws aws on Capitol Hill next nextwinter n1ttIlnter nextwinter
winter Those who are here lere today gave gaveutterance gate gateutterance gaveutterance
utterance to the following thoughts thoughtsRepresentative thoughtsRepreflentatlve thoughtsRepresentative
Representative John Dalseit of Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania sylvaniaDuring 6 sylvaniaDuring vanla vanlaDuring
During the coming session 3e8 lOn of Con Congress ConGress Congross ¬
gress another attempt att mpt will be made to tosecure toftcure tosecure
secure legislation for the he Filipinos in inthe Inthe inthe
the way of granting gran tin them free trade tradewith tradewith tradewith
with this country on their tobacco and andsugar andsugar andsugar
sugar This legislation is much needed neededand neededand neededand
and should have been passed p stted long ago agoOh asoOh agoOh
Oh Senator Knox is the proper man manto mnto manto
to be elected President PresidentSenator PresidentSenator PresidentSenator
Senator Charles Curtis of Kansas KansasTRe KansasTie KansasTte
TRe Tie people out our way are nearly all allfor allfor allfor
for Taft I believe Kansas will send a adelegation adelegatlon adelegation
delegation that will vote for him My MyState MySlate MyState
State believes In Ii Roosevelt and would wouldbe wouldbe
be 1 > for him if he would accept a third thirdterm thirdterm thirdterm
term termRepresentative termReprHentAUe termRepresentative
Representative Campbell Slemp the theonly theorly theorly
orly Republican Congressman from Vir Virginia Virginia Virginia ¬
ginia giniaI giniaI
I am not exaggerating when I say saythat sa sathat saythat
that Virginia might go Republican if ifRoosevelt ItItoosevelt IfRoosevelt
Roosevelt were nominated for Presi President President President ¬
dent There is not much doubt in my mymind mymind mymind
mind that Taft will receive our delega delegation delesatlen delegatioii ¬
tion tionELEPHANTIASIS tlenELEPHANTIASIS tioiiEEPllAMTIASIS
ELEPHANTIASIS CASE CASEASTOUNDS OASEASTOtDIIIS
ASTOUNDS SURGEONS I
NEW YORK Sept 10 1OAs As the re result re8ult resuit ¬
suit of one of the most remarkable remarkablecases remarkablees remarkableegses
cases es of Elephantiasis Mrs Juliette JulietteFelt JulietteFelt JulietteFelt
Felt now in Kings County Hospital Hospitalhas Hospitalhas Hospitalhas
has Increased In weight from 149 149pounds 149pounds 149pounds
pounds to 526 pounds Her skin has hasbecome hasbecome hasbecome
become thick and coarse and resem resembles res resembios em embleB ¬
bleB that of ot1 ofn n elephant She is sixty sixtythree slxtythree sixtythree
three years eftrs old and five feet seven sevenInches seninches seveninches
Inches tall tallThe tallThe tallThe
The first indication of the disease diseasewas dl diseasewait ase asewas
was an itching of the leg le followed by bya bya bya
a gradual swelling Then she began beganto beganto beganto
to take on weight At first she thought thoughtit
it was a natural growth but It soon soonassumed soonnsumed soonassumed
assumed abnormal proportions proportionsGRAND proportionsGRAND proportionsGRAND
GRAND ARMY HAS BUSY BUSYDAY BUSYDAY BUSYDAY
DAY AT SARATOGA SARATOGAContinued SARATOGAContinued SARATOGAContinued
Continued from First Page Pagehas Pagebas Pagehas
has the support of > f the Southern posts postswhich postswhich poetswhich
which sent solid delegations delegationsA
A Romance of the tb South SouthConsiderable SouthConsiderable SouthConsiderable
Considerable public attention was wasdrawn wasdrawn wasdrawn
drawn to the romantic wedding w lng of Gen Genera General Genoral
era oral and Mrs Irs Wilder The latter was wasJust wasjUlt wasjust
Just out of o her teens and It was re reported reported reported ¬
ported that there had been an elope elopement elopement elopemerit ¬
ment General Wilder carrying C8rryln his hisbride hisbride hisbride
bride with him on a 8 horse This was wasdenied wasienled wasdenied
denied although it was wa true that they theywere thc thcwere theywere
were were married at a ministers 1nlnis rs home on onthe onthe onthe
the outskirts of Asheville It is argued arguedthat argU argUthal arguedthat < <
that because be < ause of his marriage with the thedaughter theda1J thedaughter
daughter da1J hter of a Confederate officer Gen General Generll tlenera ¬
eral era Wllders election el Uon would still be an another anoUHr another ¬
other bridge lover over the ap P which once onceexisted oncttexisted onceexisted
existed between the North and South Southami Southam uth uthand
and am liiR friends are matting capital of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this fact The other candidates how however howettr however ¬
ever a ae e Just as certain that their theirchances theirchancs theirchances
chances for election are best bestIf b6stIf bestIf
If Washington Is not decided upon as asa asa asa
a a permanent convention city Omaha OmahaSalt OmahaSalt OmaLaSalt
Salt Lake Detroit and Atlantic City Citywant CIl CIlwant Citywant
want the next encampment It will willlikely w1l1likely willlikely
likely go to a a Western W stern city cityCHICAGO elt eltCHICAGO cityCHICAGO
CHICAGO WOMAN SLAIN SLAINAT SLAINAT SLAINAT
AT HOME DURING NIGHTCJICAGO NIGHT NIGHTCHICAGO NIGHTCIfICAGO
CHICAGO Sept 10 l 14kMrs Mrs Annie West Westsrflold Westerfield Westerfiold
srflold was murdered in her home on onIndian onIndian onIndian
Indian street some time tobt night Her Herhusband Herhusband Herhusband
husband a printer found her with a abullet abullet abullet
bullet hole in her temple The police policeare J policearesoarching > OlIce OlIceare
are aresoarching searching for a roomer in the house housewho how houwho howwho
who Is njisslng r
peclally laJly arranged for th anniversary anniversarythe annlverulthe anniversarythe
the wall walls aU and tables being laden with withgolden withgolden withgolden
golden rod which war gathered athered by the theyounger theyounger theyounger
younger children childrenThe childrenThe childrenThe
The two were married at the age of oftwentythree oftwentythree oftwentythree
twentythree and are it is istbelr It their etr boast that thatIn thatIn thatin
In all the intervening time of pleasure pleasureand ploosuraand pleusureand
and sorrow alike they have succeeded succeededin
In in making their fifty years of married marriedlife marriedliCe marriedlife
life a perpetual honeymoon honeymoonThe honeymoonThe honeymoonThe
The six children and ten grandchilden grandchildenof
of Mr tlr and Mrs Bosley were present at atthe atthe atthe
the home gathering Their names fol follow follow follow ¬
low lowMr
Mr and Mrs W w Leo Howard Clar Clarence Clarence Claronce ¬
ence Clara C ara and Boulaii Howard of ofHavre orHavre ofHavre
Havre de Gra Graue < e Mr and Mrs Irs William WilliamBosley WilliamBosley Ullana UllanaBosley
Bosley Myrtle and Claude Bosley or ofBaltimore orBaltimore orBaltimore
Baltimore Mr and Mrs Leon Bosley Bosleyof Bosleyof oltle r rI
of Rockord R kord Dr and Mrs Irs Harry Bosley BosleyMilton Bo BosleyMilton le leI
Milton Harry Lester and Russell Bos Bosley Bosh BoaIcy ¬
I Icy h of Washington Valhln ton D C James JamesBosley JamesBosley JamesBoeley
Bosley and son Raymond of Jerusalem JerusalemMr Jerusalemdr JerusalemMr
Mr dr and Mrs Ira Worthington L I Bosley of ofBaltimore orBaltimore ofBaltimore
Baltimore Mr and Mrs William Tread Treadwell Treadwell Treadwell
well of Towson brother and sister of ofMrs oflrII ofMrs
Mrs lrII Bosley Boh Mr 41 and Mrs r Edwin Dos Bosley Dosley Boalay
ley of Syracuse > X Y brother and sis sister a1ster alater ¬
ter of Mr Bosley Mrs Rebecca RebeccaWooden RebeccaYooden RebeccaWooden
Wooden of Baltimore > sister of Mr Boa Bosley B Bley Boaby
ley Mrs Elteha Parks Elmer and Vir Virginia Virginia Virginla ¬
ginia Parks and Mrs Harry Harr Treadwell Treadwellall
all of Towson Mrs Elizabeth Tread Treadwell Treadwell Treadwell
well stepmother of Mrs Bosley
HARD lUCK PLEA PLEAFAILS PLEAFAILS
FAILS ON GOULO GOULOJustice GOULOJustice GOULDJustice
Justice Gives One Man Two TwoYears TwoYears TwoYears
Years Another Six SixMonths SixMon SixMonths
Months MonthsJustice Mon MonthsJustice ths thsI
II Justice Ashley M Gould hap small smallregard smallregld smallregard
regard for the man who comes before beforehim beforehiM beforehiia
him and pleads hard luck In oxtenua extenuation oxtenuatlon oxtenualion ¬
lion of stealing Two offenders offenderscharged orrendercharged offenderscharged
charged with grand larceny lareen appeared appearedbefore appearedbefore appearedbefore
before him this thi mornlng and In reply replyto replyto replyto
to the Judges questions as to why whyth wh whthey whythey
th they y had committed the crimes with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which they were charged replied that thata
a streak of hard luck compelled them themto themto themto
to fall fallAlbert fallAlbert fallAlbert
Albert F Johnson twentythree twentythreewhite tvEmt twentythreewhite three threewblte
white of this city pleaded guilty and andwas andW andwas
was W sentenced to two years In the pen penItentiary penUentlar penitentiary
Itentiary ItentiaryJames Uentlar UentlarJame itentiaryJames
James Stevens alias l1as William Coal Coaltwentyone Coeltweotyone CooltwentyoneS
twentyone white of Baltimore was wascharged waschar wascharged
charged char with grand larceny but on ondirection ondirection ondirection
direction of the Judge this was waschanged waschanged as aschanged
changed to petit larceny to which he hepleaded hepleaded hepleaded
pleaded guilty He was sentenced to tosix tosix tosix
six months in Jail JailJiistice jailJlletlce jailJpatice
Jiistice Gould reduced the bond of ofWiniam ofWilliam ofWiflism
William H Brown charged with em embezzlement embezzlmnt embezzlement ¬
bezzlement from Golden Co from fromUO
UO 2000 O to 31500 1500 W W Stewart stood stoodsurety stoodsurety stoodsurety
surety for the latter amount amountThe amountThe amountThe
The case of Joseph J Schreffel Schreffelcharged Schretrelcharged Schretfelcharged
charged with embezzlement of 25244 25244from 2fiAi 2fiAifrom 2524 2524from
from the National aUonal Electric Signaling SignalingCompany SisoallngCompan SignalingCompany
Company was nolle prossed pressedFOR prossedGIVEN prossedGiVEN
GIVEN GOE8TO UTAH UTAHFOR UTAIIFOR
FOR BRADLEY EVIDENCE
Assistant District Attorney OIe Given left leftWashington Ie leftWashingcon
Washington today for Salt Lake City Cityand Cityand Cityand
and California to take evidence to be beused beuted beused
used In the prosecution of the case caseagainst caseagaln caseagainst
against agaln t Mrs Anna M Bradley for the themurder themurder themurder
murder of former Senator Brown at tie thoRaleigh tQoRaleigh tieRaleigh
Raleigh Hotel HotelIt HotelIt HotelIt
It is expected that ho will he absent absentabout absentabout absentabout
about three weeks From Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City he goes to points fJnts In California Californiawhere Californiawhlre Californiawhere
where there are parties from from wnom nom he howishes heshes hewishes
wishes shes depositions depositionsDENIES depositionsDENIES depositionsDENIES
DENIES THAT WORKMEN WORKMENHAVE VORKMENHAVE WORKMENHAVE
HAVE BEEN CALLED OFF OFFSecretary OFFSecretary OFFSecretary
Secretary E K Hall of the Employ Employers Emploerst ¬
ers erst Association said this morning with withreference W1U1refer withreference
reference refer nce to the claim of the building buildingtrades bulltlngtrades buililingtrades
trades men that a large number of ofbricklayers orbrlcklayen ofbricklayers
bricklayers Iron workers carpenters carpentersand carpenlersand carpentcrsand
and other building trades mechanics mechanicshad mechanicshad mechanicshad
had been pulled off of buildings being beingerected beingereoted beingerected
erected by members of the association associationthat nssoctatlonthat associationthat
that such reports are entirely without withoutfoundation withoutfoundation 1thouttoundatlon
foundation lie H said that in each and andevery aneIevery andevery
every Instance the work Is progressing progressingsatisfactorily progressingntlsfactorn progressingsatisfactorily
satisfactorily satisfactorilyHERBERT satisfactorilyHERBERT ntlsfactorn ntlsfactornHERBERT
HERBERT RECOVERING RECOVERINGFROM RECOVERINGFROM RECOVERINGFROMPISTOL
FROM FROMPISTOL PISTOL WOUND WOUNDAt
At Providence Hospital today toda It was wassaid wassaid wassaid
said that the condition of Wellington WellingtonB
B Herbert who shot himself late Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day night night after attcrhaylng having fired several severalshots severalshots severalshots
shots at his wife while at the home of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his slaterlnlaw Mrs George Nothey NotheyThird Notheyfl1
1121 Third street southeast was consid considerably conslderabb considerably ¬
erably Improved and he will 111 probably
be able toleave to leave the Institution InStitu tlon in a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days
Mi It Didnl DidnlI DldntRU
N RU 0 I Hurt a BIt 811We BItWe
We Extract Teeth TeethAbsolutely TeethAbsolutely
r Absolutely Withoul WithoulPain WithoulPain Withoulh
h a Pain Painnr PainDr PainBr
nr Dr US PvanQ1 Evans UdllO DENTAL PARLORS PARLORSZTert PARLORSIext i l ks ksDext
ZTert Door Door to Soleln aleg2z Hotel HotelOpposite Eoto1Opposite flotolOpposite
Opposite POBtofflce
GOMPERS HELPS HOPSTelegraphers HELPSFIND HELPSFINEI
FIND A WAY TO TOFINANCE TOFINANCE
FINANCE STRIKE STRIKETelegraphers STRIKETelegraphers
Telegraphers Union Of Officials OfficiaIs Officials ¬
ficials and Head of ofA ofA ofA
A F L L in Con Conference Conference Conference ¬
ference ferenceNEW
NEW YORK Sept 10 10Semu81 10Semu81Gomlers 10SamuelGonipers Samuel SamuelGempors
Gempors president pre ldent of the American AmericanFederation AmericanFederation AmericanFederation
Federation of Labor was still con conferring conferring conferring ¬
ferring with leaders of the striking strikingtelegraphers strikingtelegraphers strikingtelegraphers
telegraphers here today and It was wassaid wasseld wassaid
said that developments could be ox expected oxpected oxported ¬
pected soon soonAt 8OOnAt soonAt
At telegraphers headquarters It was wassaid wassaid wassaid
said that Gompers was merely investi investigating Investigating investigating ¬
gating to determine what financial aid aidshould Aidshould aidshould
should be given the strikers by the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Federation and discussing discussingwith dl5cusslngwith d1cusaingwith
with the leaders how the money could couldbo couldbe couldbe
be employed best bestThere bestThere boatThere
There was some interest In the pros prosoot
oot of President Small of the Com ¬
mercial Telegraphers Issuing a state statement Btatement statemont ¬
ment on the situation as there was a abelief Iibell abelief
belief bell of that Gompers had a definite plan planof planof planof
of settlement setU ment to offer when he came to toNew toNew toNew
New York This is I offset by the an announcement announcement announcement ¬
nouncement that Gompers came here hereprimarily horeprimarily hereprimarily
primarily to attend a meeting of the theCigarmakers theCigarmakers
Cigarmakers Union and that his con conferences conferences conferences ¬ I
ferences with th the telegraphers were wereIncidental wereIncidental wereincidental
Incidental IncidentalPresident IncidentalPre incidentalPresident
President Pre tdent Smalls statement was some somewhat somewhat somewhat ¬
what of a disappointment to those who whohad whohad whohad
had hoped ho for a quick settlement He Heeald Heald HesAId
sAId in part panI
I met President Gompers mpers last even evenIng eVIHlIng eventag
Ing He did not come here to submit a aproposition aproposition aproposition
proposition having for Its purpose the thesettlement theeattlement thesettlement
settlement of the strike Nothing of a atangible atangible atangible
tangible nature is In sight ht along those thoselines tho thoselines e eUnd
lines We Ye e did however discuss fully fullyways tunyVia fullyways
ways Via and means to finance the strike strikefor striketor strikefor
for a definite period and I believe we wehave wehave wehave
have solved the problem problemgeneral problemEdvad problemEdward
Edward J lalay vice Ic prMklcnt and andg andgeneral
g general nral manager of the Postal Tele Telegraph Telegralh Telegraph ¬
graph Company today gave out H H state statement statement statement ¬
ment In part as a follows follo1
1 1 wish to soy N once for all that there therewill therewill therewill
will be no arbitration and this company companywill comDAftywill companywill
will not recede Cede from the position which whichit whichit hlch hlchIt
it first took in the matter namely namel to togive togive togive
give employment emphym nt only onl to such h individ individuals Indhkuals individusia ¬
uals as are re desirable desirableThe dHirableThe desirableThe
The directors of the Western Union UnionTelegraph UnionIelegraph UnionTelegraph
Telegraph Company were scheduled to tomeet tol1ueL tomeet
meet today It was a said at the general generaloffices generalome generalofflees
offices ome s that the strike would not be oe die discussed dlscuued diecussed ¬
cussed at the meeting meetingSecretary mHUngSecretary meetingSecretary
Secretary Straus StrausAnd StrausAnd SirausAnd
And Commissioner CommissionerCall CommissionerCall CommissionerCall
Call on President
OYSTER BAY N Y Sapt HLSec HLSecretary loSecretary 10Seeretary
retary Straus of the Deportment tnw nt of ofCommerce ofCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce and Labor and Charles P PNclll PXcIII PNclll
Nclll Commissioner of Labor were in inconference Incone Inconference
conference cone Me with President Pre de t Rooseyelt R Rooseyelttoday 81t 81ttoday j jtoday
today regarding the telegraphers tgrap ers strike strikeNo strikeo strikeNo
No o statement stAteJneA cfuid C1d pe be ibtaged tIed ed ip ipganUng TopganUng xpgartling
ganUng th the probability lty or Improbability Improbabilityof
of the tbePre thePreeldeut President kleot taking taking a hand In the thestrike thestrIke thestrike
strike strikeQuestions strIkeQue strikeQuestions
Questions Que Uons relative relaU ve to the enforcement enforcementof t tot
of the eigtithour law in addition to the thestrike thesllke thestrike
strike brought Mr fr NwW n to Oyster Oy ter Bay BaySecretary BayecretaryStraU8 Bayecretary
Secretary ecretaryStraU8 ecretary Straus has ha just returned returnedfrom returnedr returnedfrbnt
from r m an extended trip through the theNorthwest theNorthweet theNorthwest
Northwest and had much to tell tho thoPresident thoPre thoPresident
President Pre tdtnt concerning the business bu lnMs and andpolitical andpolitical andpolitical
political situations as he found them themPresident themIVES themGIVES
GIVES IVES lIDSHIPMEN MIDSllIMENIIAE lIDSHIPMENCHANGE
CHANGE TO RESIGN RESIGNl RESIGNPresident
President l Roosevelt Roos elt has shown com compassion compHiton cornpassion ¬
passion In the cases of two erring mid midshipmen mtdshipmen midshlpmen ¬
shipmen of the fourth close at the theNaval the1aval theNaval
Naval Academy and In answer to their theirpleadings theirpleadings theirpleadings
pleadings has mitigated their sentence sentencefrom sentencefrom senteznefrom
from dismissal giving them them opportunity opportunityto
to resign resignThis TeflignThis resignThis
This action Is contrary to the th recom recommendations recommon recommondatlons ¬
mendations mon tlons of Captain Badger superin superintendent sup3rlntendent superlntendent ¬
tendent of the Naval Academy and andcommandant andcommand andcommandant
commandant command < J11t of Cadets Benson which whichwere wl11cbwere whichwere
were Indorsed Indo by ActIng Secretary SecretaryNewberry Secretr SecretrI SecretaryNewberry
Newberry wberrY and forwarded to Oyster Bay Bayfor De Defor Bayfor
I for day the Presidents Pre ldents approval last Fri Friday Fnday Friday ¬
two midshipmen are Oscar G GBalb GBalb GSalb
Balb of Indiana and Clarence C Ether Hlnerof Rineror Etherof
of Wyoming both members of the thefourth thefourth thefourth
fourth class
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northwestNoUce northwestNotice northwest northwestNotice
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FOLET FOLEYQn On Monday September 9 19QT at atll1
1145 ll1 a m at 7SS 7 > First Firatatreet street northwest northwestMARY northW northwestMARY St StMARY
MARY A wife of Bartholomew BartbolomewFoley Foley and anddaughter anddaughter anddaughter
daughter of the late Dents and Catherine CatherineHarrington CatherineHanington CatherineBarrington
Harrington HarringtonFuneral HaningtonFuneral BarringtonFuneral
Funeral from her lat late residence Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day September 12 at 9 oclock Requiem Requiemmass Reoqulemmass Requiemmass
mass at St AloysJus1 AIoSlus Church selO2t selO2tCOLLET sel selO2tCOLLETOn t tCOLLEYOn
COLLET COLLEYOn On Monday Monda September ptember 9 1307 at atAtlantic atAtlantic atAtlantic
Atlantic City ABBOTT CRUTCHIT COL COLLET COLLEY COLLET ¬
LET infant son of Claude C1au e C and Marie MarieCrutchlt MarieCrutchlt Iarle IarleCrutchlt
Crutchlt Colby ColleyFuneral C ColbyFuneral lley lleyFuneral
Funeral Wednesday morning at 18 oclock oclockfrom oclockfrom oclockfrom
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at 1066 Jefferson avenue northwest northwestGEORGIAN northweetGEOROIANNA northwestGEORGIANA
GEORGIAN GEOROIANNA A FINGSTRUM beloved wife wifeof wifeof wifeof
of C C Flngstrum and mother of Clarence ClarenceFlngratrum ClarenceFlng ClarenceFingatrum
Flngratrum FlngratrumFuneral Flng FingatrumFuneral trum trumFuneral
Funeral services at Grace P E Church ChurchWednesday ChurchWednelHlay ChurchWednesday
Wednesday at 2 p m Interment at Olen Olenwood OlenWO Glenweed
wood WO d Friends Fr1 and relatives r respectfully J s etfullv In Invited Inltad invited ¬
vited ltad to attend Residence 10S 1030 Jerterson Jertersonavenue Jen Jeftersonavenue nlon nlonavenue
avenue northwest it itUNDERTAKERS ItUNDERTAKERS itUNDERTAKERS
UNDERTAKERS UNDERTAKERSJ
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SEYMOUR KISCH KISCHCANCER KISGHCANCER
CANCER VICTIMForhier VICTIM VICTIMFormer
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Is Seriously 111 in inCincinnati inCincinnati inCincInnati
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Sufferer Steadfastly SteadfastlyRef Refused Refusedto s d dto
to Receive Medical MedicalTreatment MedicalTreatment MedicalTreatment
Treatment TreatmentSeymour Treatmentfeymour TreatmentSeymour
Seymour Ktach Kl ch a former lawyer of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city is in a Cincinnati hospital hospitalsuffering hcHtpitalsuffering hOSpitalsuffering
suffering from cancer of the tongue tongueMr tengueMr tongueMr
Mr Klsch Kl ch came to Washington about aboutone aboUtone abouton
one on year ago from Chloag ChIO where he hewag hewa hewas
wag wa a law partner of Judge FJcketL FJcketLUpon FickettUpotl FlckettUpon
Upon coming comln to the District Mr Ktoch Ktochwas K Kiachwas h I Iwas
was chiefly responsible re ponalble for the moor Incorporation ineorporaUGn moorporatlcn ¬
poration of the WashingtonNevada WashingtonNevadaMining WablngtoaNecdMining VublngtoftN8 a aUn1ng
Mining and Developing Company CompanyDeclined CompnyDeclined CompanyDeclined
Declined Medical Treatment TreatmentIn
In his capacity caP8cl as general agent tor torthis f frthIs r rthIs
this concern he was associated as odted with withi wllhHenry wIthHenry
i Henry D Gordon of Ctt Fourteenth
street and H S Wheattey whoM offi office offlcetJ officue ¬
ce cue are in the Bond building Both Boththese Boththese BothUiese
these men while deploring the serious seriouscondition seriouseoncUUon serious0004lltion
condition of Mr Klsch 1O eh said he had hadrepeatedly hadatecUy hadrepeatedly
repeatedly atecUy refused to even vea hear of con consulting consulUnS consuiting ¬
suiting a physician pb 1clan in regard to his ail ailment allmeet 11 11ment ¬
ment mentMr mentMr meetMr
Mr Wheatley In speaking epe Jdn of the af affair affair atfair ¬
fair says that when hen Mr Klech Kl ch first firstcame ftr firstcame t tcame
came to t4 Washington he was wa in bad badphysical badpitycal badphyplcal
physical condition because of a growth growthon
on the right side of his tongue As it itgrew Itgr itgrew
grew gr w worse OrlM bit friends implored him to tosee toee tosee
see ee a doctor telling temn him tha th It might be becancer Mcancer becancer
cancer from which w lca be was suffering tfwlng but butthese bulthetle butthese
these suggestions sune tJon and pleadings were in invain Invaln Invain
vain
Suffered a Severe Relapse RelapseThe RelapseThe RelapseThe
The disease dl eue temporarily disappeared disappearedabout dl disappearedabout appeared appearedabout
about eight months ago but he h had but buta buta buta
a short respite About Ab ut two months be before betore before ¬
fore he left Washington for Goldfteid GoldfteidXev GotdhldNEW GoldflldNev
NEW where he went with his hI wife wifedaughter 1ifedaughter wifedaughter
daughter and grandson on business buelne for forthe forthe forthe
the company which he represented he hewas heI hewas
I was afflicted again and In worse degree degreethan de dogreethan ee eeI
I than previously prfOvJou ly It was necessary necee ary for forthe forthe forthe
the sufferer ISut rr to have most of the teeth teethon t teethon th thon
on his lower right jaw extracted This Thiswas ThisWU Thiswas
was not done dOD until it became almost almostimpossible almoetImpo almostImpossible
impossible Impo IbIe for him to speak speakTAFTS spEakTAFTS speakTAFTS
TAFTS BOOM GROWS GROWSAPACE GROWSAPACE GROWSAPACE
APACE SAY MANAGERS MANAGERSContinued MANAGERSContinued MANAGERSConttnuedfrom
Continued Conttnuedfrom from First Page Pagewho Pagewho Pagewho
who must be considered as In the run running running running ¬
ning today That is from the th Taft Taftstandpoint Taftstandpoint Taftstandpoint
standpoint there tite are but three men who whohave whohaY8 whohave
have to be seriously rated as Presides Presidential Preeld4NIUal Presidestie ¬
tial tie factors They are President Roose Roosevelt Roosevlt Reesevelt ¬
velt Taft and Governor Hughes Hugb of ofNew orew ofNew
New ew York The Taft leaders recognize recognizethe recognlethe recognizethe
the fact that the Roosevelt Roo evelt thirdterm thirdtermdemand thirdtermdemand thirdtermdemand
demand may overturn all calculations
and an that the President may have a re renomination renomination renomination
nomination forced on him whether ie ieInvites 1eInvites ieinvites
Invites it or not They also al o recognize recognizethat recognizethat recognizethat
that th the country over there Is i a strong stronglatent atrongltent stronglatent
latent sentiment for Governor Hughes HughesThe HugbeThe HughesThe
The Knox boom is declared to have havecome hay haycome havecome
come to a standstill In Penn Pennsylvania PennIhranla Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania the Penrose machine is using usingthe usingthe usingthe
the Knox Presidential Pre ldlthUal movement to toforce toor toforce
force or Penrose on the State for another anotherterm anotherterm anotherterm
term in the Senate Senator Murray MurrayCrane JorurrayCrano MurrayCrane
Crane some weeks ago attempted to tomake tomake tomake
make headway he d1IlY for Knox Knoxln Ma New ew Eng England England England ¬
land He found it was not possible po Ib1e On Onthe Onlhe Onthe
the contrary he ran into considerable considerableHujjhes coneiderableHuhes derabl8 derabl8HUlhes
HUlhes Hujjhes sentiment and some 110m Taft send sentiment sendmeat nU nUmebt ¬
meat Since then as the Taft leaders leaderssee IMdersHe leaderssee
see it the Knox boom has been peter petering peterbig r ring ¬
ing out
Fairbanks Boom Dying DyingThe DyingThe DyingThe
The boom of Charles CharJ Warren Fair Fairbanks Fairbanks FaIrbanks ¬
banks anti a that of Speaker Cannon are arelikewise arelikewise arelikewise
likewise at a standstill from the Taft TaftInformation Tattinformation TaftInformation
Information bureaus viewpoint vM Mtnt It is isdenied I Idenied isdenied
denied that Illinois will be for Fair Fairbanks Fairbanks Fairbanks ¬
banks for second choice as Senator He Hemeaway Hemenw Hemenway
meaway menw has asserted The President Presidenthas Preeldentbas Presidentbaa
has been poking around the political politicalfences poUtlcltencee poiltlcalfences
fences in Illinois some in recent weeks weeksand weeksand weeksand
and so have other Taft influences It is isdeclared Isdeclared isdeclared II
declared positively that on second s choice choicethe choicethe choicethe
the Illinois delegation will go to Taft TaftIn TaftIn TaftIa
In the Southwest and West VMt where whereTaft whereTaft whereTaft
Taft has been speaking the Taft lead leaders 16 loadera < d ders ¬
ers have been getting highly reassuring reassuringadvices reMurlngadlcos reassuringadvicee
advices Among Amon the States Stat that have havelately hAvelately havelately
lately swung Into lines for Taft is Mis Missouri MiaDud MIssouri ¬
souri Dud Such assurances have been given giventhe giventhe giventhe
the Taft managers by prominent Mis Missouri Missouri MIsacurl ¬
souri politicians that they believe they theyare theJare theyare
are justified in relying on a solid DUd delega delegation del deldon delegatlon ¬
don from that State for the Ohio man
Despite the talk of hostility to Taft TaftIn Ta1tIn TaftIn
In the South it Is asserted Taft has hasas hasas hasas
as many man If not more delegates in sight sightthere sightthere ght ghtthere
there as any other candlda candldaPATTIS candidatePATTIS candidate candidatePATHS
PATTIS MEMORY MEMORYMme MEMOftylme MEMORYMme
Mme Patti PattI speaks Italian italian Spanish SpanishRussian SpanishRussian SpanishRussian
Russian German French and Portu Portuguese Portuguese Portuguess ¬
guese perfectly and of course her herEnglish herEnglish herEnglish
English Is faultless Her memory is isprodigious Isprodigious isprodigious
prodigious her repertoire consisting of ofmore ormore ofmore
more than th n eighty operas of which she sheshe sheshe sheshe
she knows every detail by heart caden cadenzas cadenzas cadenrae ¬
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GARBS STOP STOPOccupants STOPAT
AT SEGOND SECONDFLOOR SECONDFLOOROccupants FLOOR FLOOROccupants
Occupants of Upper Stories StoriesShould StoriesShould StoriesShould
Should Place Boxes BoxesDownstairs BoxesDownstairs BoxesDownstairs
Downstairs DownstairsPostmaster DownstairsPostmaster
Postmaster Barnes has been advised advisedby adviKdby advisedby
by C P Grandneld Giandfteld acting First As Assistant AJiBJetant Aseletant ¬
sistant Postmaster General Gon ral that Idler Idlercarriers leLlercarrles lettercarriers
carriers are not required to deliver mall mallabove mallabove mailabove
above the second floor oor In office build buildings bulldfags buildIita ¬
fags or business blocks not equipped equippedwith cqu1ppcdIth cquippcdwith
with Ith elevator service serviceIt serviceIt serviceIt
It Is stated that occupants oC the up upper upper upper ¬
per stories should be required to place placeboxes placeboxes placeboxes
boxes boxes on the rtrst rat or second floors for forthe rorthe forthe
the reception reception of their mall mallrequired mallIt mailit
It Is also stated that carrters are not notrequfred notrequired
required to deliver mail to the different differentrooms dlrrerentlooms differentrooms
rooms or orsllttes suites In apartment houses housesand housesAnd housesand
and that where boxes are not erected erectedIn erecto erectedIn d din
In the front ball on the lower floor tlooru tloorurangements ar arrangements irrangenients ¬
rangements should be made for the jani janitor Ja jaiitsr nI nIlor ¬
tor or 8 a responsible person to receive receiveand receiveand receiveand
and distribute the mall mallTbe mallThe mailThe
The new order Is the outgrowth of the theauthorized thcpractice thepractice
practice of lettercarriers In sometimes sometimesdelivering sometimesdelivering
delivering mail to janitors and other un unauthorized unauthorized
authorized persons per ons In apartment houses housesand hou housesand es esand
and otflce buildings which will hereafter hereafterbe
be prohibited unless upon order of the thepersons theperloOns thepersons
persons to whom the mall is addressed addressedThe addre addressedThe sed sedThe
The order also makes clear what ban banheretofore hallheretOfore hasheretofore
heretofore been be n the rule u1e but not strict strictly strictly strictly ¬
ly observed in regard to the deliery delh ry of ofmall otmall ofmall
mall above the second floor or to rooms roomsor roomsor roomsor
or suites in apartment houses
KERMIT ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTDODGES ROOSEVELTDODGES ROOSEVELTDODGES
DODGES ATTENTION ATTENTIONCHICAGO ATTENTIONCHICAGO ATTENTIONCHICAGO
CHICAGO Sept 10 10Kermil Kermlt Roose Roosevelt Roosevolt Roosevolt ¬
volt for the second time in ten days dayssucceeded dayseucceeded dayssucceeded
succeeded yesterday sterday In passing through throughChicago throughOblcago throughQilcago
Chicago without having much more at attention attention attentlon ¬
tention shown to him than la paid to tothe tothe tothe
the ordinary boy boyHe beyHe boyHe
He was in the city three hours but butthere butthere butthere
there were ere only a a few persons who whoknawr whoknew
knew that fact before his train had hadpulled hadpulled
pulled out for the East His train from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the north arrived in the city shortly shortlyafter shortlyafter shortlyafter
after 7 a m and left at 1030 a m on onthe onth onthe
the th Lake Shore ShoreINJURIES ShoreINJURIES ShoreINJURIE
INJURIES INJURIES RECEIVED DIVING DIVINGCAUSE DIVINGCAUSE DIVINGCAUSE
CAUSE YOUNG MANS DEATH DEATHAUtSIJSTA DEATHAuGUSTA DEATHAUGUSTA
AuGUSTA Ga Sept la loAs As the re result result resuit ¬
sult of a dive Into the swimming pool poolat poolIIt poolat
at tne TL Y M C A building hero last lastweek lastweek t tweek
week James Bary Seigler a a promi prominent promlnnt prorninent ¬
nent young man of this city died yes yesterday yesterlifly yesterday ¬
terday afternoon afternoonSeigler atterno3ftEelgl afternoonSeigier
Seigler Eelgl r in diving into the pool struck struckhis struckhi8 struckhis
his head h l against the th body of one of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his companions The injury was not notconsidered notl notconoldered
considered l ered serious at first Meningotis Meningotiswas
was ws the direct cause of his death deathVITAL deathI deathr
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Anion and Adelaide Brem girl girlJohn girlJohn girlJohn
John F and Bertha E Hemty HemtyWarren boy boyWarren boyWarren
Warren H and Ella W Small girl girlGrover girlGrayer girlGrover
Grover A and Mary A Culver boy boyArthur boyArthur boyArthur
Arthur and Nora Adelman boy boyJohn boyJohn boyJohn
John F and Maud M O McEachern
Robert J and Little S Vermilion girl girtFrank girlFrank girLPrank
Frank and Natalina C Armani I boy boyGeorge boyGorge boyGeorge
George W and Ella R Dove girl girlWilliam girlWUlJam girlWilliam
William W and Josephine M Mans Mansflckl MansfickI Mansfield
field girl girlJ slrlJ
J E an and < l Nina Ina B Price boy boyJohn bOyJohn boyJohn
John and Bernie L Smith boy boyFrederick boyFrederick boyFrederick
Frederick and Alberta Jones boy boyHenry boyHenry boyHenry
Henry and Florence L G Barton boy boyHoward boyHoward boyHoward
Howard P and Mabelle H Galley GaUe boy boyCharles
Charles D and Elizabeth I L P Church Churchgirl Churchgirl Churchgirl
girl girlLeon Leon and Minnie nnni H Pohlmann girl girlJames girlJames girlJames
James R and Helena R Ingalls girl girlFrancis girlFramls girlFrancl
Francis Francl E and Margarete Collins boy boyHarry bOyHam boyHarrY
Harry > M and Mamie Anderson boy boyDavid boyDa1d
David A and Ethel E W V Berkeley Berkeleyboys Berkeleybos Berkeleyboys
boys twins twinsAugustus t1nsAugustus twInsAugustus
Augustus G and Annie V J Tram Trommel Trnmmei Trammel ¬
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boy boyAbraham Abraham and Chljah Freltag boy boyEvan boyLawrence boyLawrence
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Evan H and DellA L Pinnock PlnnockMarriage boy boyMarrlaie boyMarriage
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Frank W Bartley Reading Pa and andRachel andRachel andRachel
Rachel M L Lynne Washington WashingtonHenry WashingtonHenlj WashingtonHenry
Henry H Coulter and Vera P Reed ReedGeorge ReedII ReedGeorge
George W King Jr and Sarah E ECrttchley EoCrutchley HCrutchley
Crutchley CrttchleyHenry CrutchleyHenr CrutchleyHenry
Henry Henr Herbert and Bessie King KingJacob KingJacob
I Jacob J cob R Funk Baltimore and Beno BenoH BenoH BeanH
H Jacobs Baltimore Baltimorej Baltlm1reLadue BaltimoreLadue
j Ladue E McGill cGlll and Mary V Cook Cookman Cookman Cookman
manAlton manAlton man
1 Alton W Y Carpenter Washington and andSarah andSarab andSarah
Sarah Eu S Howard Dayton Md MoWilliam MdVUUam MdWilliam
William H Tobin and Pearl McReady McReadyDeaths McReadyDeaths MeReadyDeaths
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Ida Phillips 72 years 601 H street streetsouthwest streetsouthwost streetsouthwest
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Richard Ix L Jones 62 years Bit E Estreet Estreet Estreet
street northwest northwestJohn northwestJohn northwestJohn
John E Boyle 26 2 years 1457 14 7 Florida Floridaavonue FloridaaVfnue FlorIdaavEnue
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Annie Baulslr 63 i years 510 51 Seventh Seventhstreet Seventhtltr Seventhstreet
street tltr < et southwest southwestWilliam southwcstmlam southwestWilliam
William mlam Shearer 40 0 years 907 C Cstreet Cstreet Cstreet
street southwest southwestGeorglana southPstGeorgiana southwestGeorglana
Georglana Tlngstrum 42 years 1059 1059Jefferson 169Jetferson iOci9Jefferson
Jefferson street streetWilliam streetWilliam streetWilliam
William E Herbert S weeks 78 Myrtle Myrtlestreet Myrtlestreet Myrtlestrect
street southeast southeastMorris southeastforris southeastMorris
Morris Finley 5 months Foxhall road roadEdwin roadEdwin roadEdwin
Edwin J Pf Pfunder under 4 months 1010 1010Fifth 1010FJtlh 1010Fifth
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Infant of Frederick and Alberta Jones Jonesy Jonesday
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