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TRE WASHINGTON TIMES SATFKDAY SEPTEMBER ER 21 211907 1007 S 3
I SERVICES ARE unr HELD HtLUAll HELDfOR nn HELDFOR n
fOR REAR ADM ADMIRAL ADMIRALAll IRAl IRAlAll
All Souls SoulsChurch Church Is Crowd Crowded Crowded Crowed ¬
ed With Sorrowing SorrowingFriends SorrowingF SorrowingFriend
Friends FriendsFuneral F FriendFuneral nen d 5
i
Funeral Escort and Other OtherArrangements OtherArrangements OthrArrangements
Arrangements Made After AfterMuch Afterlfuch AfterMuch
Much Delay DelayForeign DelayForeign DeayForeign
Foreign diplomats leading 1eadltt army and andnavy andDay andnavy
navy officers and public officials gener generally genorllly generally ¬
ally crowded tho tlt UUle auditorium of ofAll ofAU ofAi
All Souls Church at t 2 oclock this aftor aftornoou aCtornoon aftornoon
noon noon to witness the last rites for fo Rear BearAdmiral RearAdmiral RearAdmiral
Admiral John C Walker retired navy navyofficer nayofficer navyotheer
officer diplomat scholar and the first firstchairman firstclu firstchalcrnan
clu chairman rman of the Isthmian Canal Com Commission Commission Cornmission ¬
mission whoao death occurred o urrOd In Malna Malnalast Main Mainlast Mainlast
last Monday MondayAdmiral MondayAdmlrnl MondayAdmiral
Admiral Walker was the highest naval navalofficer navalofllcpr navalofficer
officer whose wh se funeral has been hold In Inthis Intbls Inthis
this city In several f > years and as It was wasdesired w weIIlred wasdesired
desired eIIlred that he be burled with full mill military milltary milltary ¬
tary honors attempts were made to toprocure toprocu toprocure
procure procu the regulation number of olght eightofficers olghtoffieers olghtofficers
officers of like rank rankNearly rankNearly rankNearly
Nearly half a 0 hundred retired rear ad admirals admlr admirais ¬
mirals mlr s make their home In this city but butleos butleDs butleos
leos than half a dozen doz n are here at this thistime thistime thistime
time the remainder being away for 4T the thesummer thesummer thesummer
summer There Is not an officer of a arear arear arear
rear admirals admlr s grade on active outy In InWashington InWashington InWashington
Washington at present Owing to this thisdifficulty thhsdifficulty thisdifficulty
difficulty It was necessary to appoint appointcivilians appointclvUlans appointcivilians
civilians and one army officer as pall pallbearers vnUbearer pallbearers ¬
bearers bearersThe bearerThe bearersThe
The list of pallbearers as finally de decided decided doclded ¬
cided upon was a8 as follows followsRear followsRear followsRear
Rear Admiral Admlrai Frederick Fre < 1erlck Rodgers U UJ UN UN
J N T Rear Admiral Albert S Barker BarkertJ BarkerU
tJ J s N No Paymaster P master General retired retiredHanry rotlredJlInry rcUredUenry
Hanry T B Harris U S N NiRear Rear Ad Admiral Adnural Adrniral ¬
miral Royal B Bradford Bra < 1tor U t S N NRoar Nr NLtar
Roar r lar Admiral Newton > > MusonT Masofl Iuson U S SN SN SN
N Rear Admiral Eugene H C Leutze LeutzeU LeutzeU
U S N C C Glover Rufus A Lane LanuNathaniel LantJlathanlel LaneA
A Nathaniel Wilson General Copplngor Copplngorand Copplngornod Coppingorani
and Commodore Wallace WallaceThe Wallllc6The WallaceThe
The ushers at the church were L Lieut LieutConrnandor LleutConznandor > ieut ieutCoinmandor
Coinmandor D F Sellers U S N NLieut NLleut NLiout
Lieut T C Hart XT t S N Lieut E EMcCauley EtfcCauey ISMcCauley
McCauley tfcCauey U S N Lieut C It Millar MillarU MillerU ll11e ll11eU
U U S If Ensign t A C Pickens U S SFuneral N NFuneral NFuneral
Funeral Escort EscortRear EscortRear EscortRoar
Rear Admiral Uriel Url l Sebree commanded commandedthe ccmmnndedthe commflndedthe
the funeral escort which consisted conslst > d of oftwo oftwo oftwo
two battalions of bluejackets one from fromNorfolk fromNorfolk fmniNorfolk
Norfolk and one battalion of marines mtrlnasIrom mfr1nerfrom marinesXrom
from the Washington Navy Yard head Jieaded headed headed
ed by the Marine Band under the lead leaderships leadershlps leaderships ¬
erships of t Lieutenant Santlemann and andone andone andone
one battery of field artillery artille1 of the army armyfrom armytrOIn armyfrom
from Fort Myer The bluejackets ar arrived arriVed a arived ¬
rived yesterday on the gunboat prairie prairiewhlcn PtaIrlewhlcn prairiewhlcn
whlcn dill not venture farther up UI the theriver therlv theriver
river rlv < < r than Alexandria The sailors were wereput wereput wereut
put ut ashore hore there and brought on to toWashington totashlngton toWashington
Washington by Jerry te awl were quar quartered Quartered ciuartered ¬
tered at the Washington Navy Yard YardOne YardOne YardOne
One battalion is from the battleship battlashlp battleshiLouisiana
Louisiana which is now at the Norfolk Norfolkon Nortolknuy Norfol Norfolnavy
navy Yarn yard having new turret sights put puton puton
on whilo whlI the other battalion is from the thenaval thenwal thenaval
naval training trninin station at the th Norfolk Norfolkyard Norfolkyard Norfolkyard
yard
New York Services ServicesThe Serv ServiesThe = es esThe
The funeral services were ere held in New NewYork X NewToeic W WTorle
York Wednesday after which the re remains relalns remains ¬
mains lalns woro cremated The ashes ac accompanied accompanlod accompaniod ¬
companied by members umbers of the family familyreached famU famUreachcd familyreached
reached the city yesterday and were wereconveyed wer werconvoyed wereconvoyed
convoyed to 120 1202 u Eighteenth street north northwest nQrthwe nozULweSt ¬
west we t The cortege moved from the hoUse hotiaeto hO hoUseto se seto
to the church at 130 13 oclock tills after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon and after the services the th remains remainswore remalnsore remalit5ore
wore ore provided with wlt a a full military es escort eaCQrt escort ¬
cort to Arlington Cemetery Cemete where in interment 11tfrment interment ¬
terment will he made madeAt madeAt madeAl
At the request of the Navy Depart Department Departmen Departmont ¬
men the State Department issued for formal formal formal ¬
mal mourning invitations to all mem members memb mornbers ¬
b bers rs of the Diplomatic Corps now In Inthe Inthe inthc
the city to attend the funeral Seats Seatswere Seat Seatre Seathwere
were re also reserved for all the general generalarmy generalarmy generaiarmy
army and navy officer In the city cft The Thoushers Thuushers Theushers
ushers war wore Lieut Com David S Sellers Sellersand SeUe SeUeand Sellersand
and Lieutenants Picking McCauloy
Hart and Miller Only the ushers were werein werfs1n weren
in n full dMss uniform all other army and andnavy andnay andnavy
navy officers being in civilian dress dressAs dressAs dressAs
As the procession prc S8lon passes through Fort
Myer on the way to Arlington Ceme Cemetery Cemetorv CometorY ¬
torY the rear admirals salute of thir thirteen thIrteen thirteen ¬
teen minute guns wilF bo fired firedReal firedHENRY firedHENRY
HENRY WELLS DEAD DEADFRIENDS DEADFRIENDSSHOCKED
FRIENDS FRIENDSSHOCKED FRIENDSSHOCKEDReal SHOCKED SHOCKEDI
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Real Estate JWan Man Spent the theSummer theSummer theSummer
Summer on on Long Islandfor Island Islandfor Islandfor
for Health HealthHenry HealthHenry HealthHenry
Henry Wells well known In real es estate estate estate ¬
tate and insurance circles died yestor yestorday yeslorday yestorday
day at Jamestown R I His city of offlces ofllNS offkes
flces are at 1410 G street streetEatly streetEatly streetEarly
Eatly In the th summer Mr Wells went wentto wentto Wentto
to Jamestown R I In the hope that thairelaxation thatrelaxation thatrelaxation
relaxation from his business cares and andthe andthe n < 1 1the
the change changer of f surroundings would be bobeneficial bebeneficial bebeneficial
beneficial to hIs health which had not notbeen notteen notbeen
been robust for more than two y years 1earsas yearsFte ears earsHje
Hje was as accompanied by b > his familyDuring fainlbDuring family rahiilyDuring
During his absence his office heard prac practically practlcally practically ¬
tically nothing of him and as his hisfriends hisfriends hisfriends
friends were erc not advised n ised as to his hisphysical hish hisphysical
physical h slcal condition cond1U n it was as assumed that thaih thath thathu
h hu s was wa Improving When the news of ofhis orll ofhis
his ll s death reached reachedthe thc city cU it came as asa asa asa
a shock and surprise to his friends friendsMr friendsIr friendsMr
Mr Ir Wells was a native of Massachu Massachutctts MlssachuI
S I tctts > tts By profession he was a a civil civilengineer chUenJlneer civilengineer
engineer Fifteen years ago he located locatedin
in this city as the agent of a a largo largobrick largobrick largebrick
brick manufacturing company of St StLouis stLouis StLouis
Louis tpon the tJl appointment of John JohnD JohnB
13 Wight as a a District of Columbia ColumbiaCommissioner ColumbiaCommissioner ColumbiaCommissioner
Commissioner Mr Wells ells purchased that thatgentlemans thatGnUemans thatgenUemans
gentlemans real estate and Insurance Insurancebusiness Insurancebusiness Insurancebusiness
business which he had conduoted over overrince OV6rce overHe
rince rinceHe ce ceHe
He is survived by bihls his wife and one onedaughter outaughter onedaughter
daughter The family homo was at 2013 2013R 201 201R U15 U15B
R street northwest The funeral takes takesplace tak6Slac takeslac6
place lac lac6 tomorrow at Stockbridge Mass MassWASHINGTON MassVJASHINGTON MassWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON MAN DROWNS DROWNSIN
IN MISSISSIPPI RIVER RIVERHenry RIVERHonry RIVERHenry
Henry Clark ot Washington yester yesterday Jest6Ilay yesterday ¬
day < committed suicide by drowning in inthe Inthe Inthe
the Mississippi river at Pevely Pevel Mo MoMajor MoMajor Io IoMajor
Major Sylvester received a a telegram telegramthis telegramthis telegramthis
this morning from D O Hensley at atthat atthat atthat
that place Informing him of Clarks Clarksdeath Clarksdeath Clarksdeath
death and stated that a daughter and andan andan andan
an uncle of tire dead man live In Wash WRShIngton Washington Washington ¬
ington The name of neither was given givenin ghenIn givenIn
in tho dispatch and the Police De Department Deartment Dcpartment ¬
partment artment has been b en unable to locate locatethem locatethem locatethem
them themWe
ICE ICEWe ICEWe
We shouldnt mind the price price so much muchWere muchCharsed muchCharged
Charged b by those thrifty gmts gmtsWere gntsWere
Were it not n < 1t that while riding round roundOn roundOn roundOn
On each hot day a hundred pound poundCako poundCako poundCake
Cako gets to look like 20 3 c cnts cntst nta ntai
i Indianapolis News NewaJ
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Olcott Sua Suggested SuggestedAs jesfed jesfedA
As A s th the Successor Successor1o SuccessotI
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1o 7 0 Joseph Jos epli Babcock Babcc ck
II I II IIJ I
J VAN VECHTEN VECHTENOLCOTT VECHTENOLCOTTNew OLCOTT OLCOTTNew
New York Congressman Who Is Mentioned as Probable Chairman of House HouseCommittee HouseCommittee HouseCommittee
Committee on the District of Columbia
Believe Here New York YorkCongressman YorkCongressman YorkCongressman
Congressman Will Be BeChairman BeChairman i iChairman
Chairman of ofDistricf ofDistricfHouse District DistrictHouse DistrictHouse
House Committee CommitteeThat Comm tte tteThat
That J 1 Van VexsMen Vecht n fclcott Icott Repre Representative Rlpre3entaUe Represontative ¬
sentative in Con Congn Conree reB from the Fif Fifteenth Fifteenth Fittetnth ¬
teenth New York district will be the thftnext then thenext
next n xt chairman of the House Committee Committeeon Commltteon CommitteI CommitteIon
on the District of Columbia was 88 thp thpprediction th thprediction
prediction made hens hOl today todayAlthough toda todaAlthough todayAlthough
Although the Speaker of th t the House Househas Housebas Housebaa
has made no announcement of the thenamos thenamos thenamos
namos of tho men h he Is Iscon8ldcrlng considering for forthe torthe forthe
the various committee chairmanships chairmanshipsmade chairmanshIpsI chairmanshipsmade
I made madevacant vacant by political fortune and andmisfortune andmisfortune andmisfortune
misfortune in the last elections the theprediction theprediction theprediction
prediction of f Mr tr Olcotts proposed ole elevation oleatlon olevation ¬
vation atlon to a d chairmanship which means meansmore meansmore meansmore
more than any other to the people of ofWashington otWashington ofWashington
Washington Washington comes from such a high highauthority hlShauthorlt highauthority
authority authorlt as to entitle It to belief at atthis atthis atthia
this time timeRepresentative timeRepresentative timeRepresentative
Representative Smith Suggested SuggestedWhen SuggestedVhen SuggestedWhen
When the last Congress adjourned adjournedand adjourne4and adjournedand
and Representative Joseph W Babcock Eabcockof Babcockof
of Wisconsin after holding the chair chairmanship chairmanship chairmansliip ¬
manship for fourteen years stepped steppeddown step steppeddown cd cddo11
down and out as a a result of hits hI defeat defeatin dotoetIn defeatIn
in his fight for or reelection it vas said saidIn saJdIn saidIn
In several quarters that the nex next chair chairman chaJrman chairman ¬
man of the House District Committee Committeewould Committeewould Committeewould
would be Representative Samuel W WSmith WSmIth WSmith
Smith of Michigan who has long been beena
a a hard worker and a potent factor in inDistrict inDistrict InDistrict
District legislation He is also the rank ranking rankIng ranktog ¬
ing Republican on tho committee committeeNow committeeNow committeeNow
Now however It Is said that Mr SirPARDONABLE MrPARDONABLE MrPARDONABLE
PARDONABLE PARDONABLEA
A prominent novelist n eUst spoke recently cently at ata ata ata
a a Boston B ton club about tho wondera of ofmodern ofmodern ofowdern
modern Invention InvenU n He sad sadThere saidThere sa1dThere
There was an old fisherman rowing rowingin rowingInhis rowinginhls
in Inhis > his boat one tiny when an automo automobile nuLomobile untomobile ¬
bile canoe cano sprung a leak near him and andimmediately andJmmedlately andimmediately
immediately sank sankTo MnkTo sankTo
To the indignation of the canoes oc occupants occupants cccupants ¬
cupants the old man paid no herd to tothem totbem tothorn
them but rowed calmly on his way waypuffing wayputting waypuffIng
puffing an old clay pipe pipeHowever pipeHoev pipeHowever
However Hoev > r tho wrecked canoeists man managed rnanased managed ¬
aged to swim to him and as they thoyclam thoyclambered clam clambered clambored ¬
bered Into his boat one sputtered an angrily angrilY angrilyt ¬
grily grilyConfound
Confound you why didnt you OU lend
Smiths health would fIuld tartly erdly permit of ofhie ofhis
hie assuming th the arduous duties d tJ6B and andexacting andexacting
exacting 8x t1ng work of the chairmanship of ofso ofso
so heavily worked < a committee co mtUee as the theDistrict theDletrtct theDistrict
District Committee It is thought that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Speaker will 111 place plcehlm him at the head headof headof headof
of some other committee commltt taking takln care carehowever ca cahowever carehowever
however to leave him on the th DistrictorpnlaaUon Districtorgantaation District Districtorganisation
organisation where his services are in invaluable invaluable invaluable ¬
valuable
Mr Olcotts Chances ChancesIf
If th the promotion pnotion ot Mr Olcott to the thechairmanship thechairmanship
chairmanship takes place as now seems seemscertain seemscertain seemscertain
certain will be the case it will bo bt a agreat Ilgreat agreat
great compliment to him Although he hehas hehas
has served serv d through but one I1e Congress Congresshe
he has already made an enviable rec record record recrnd ¬
ord as a parliamentarian and a a great greatworker greatWorker greatworker
worker on the details of legislation He Heis HeJ Heis
is J recognized by his fellows as a force forceful forceful forcejul ¬
ful debater deb8t r and as a man pian of groat groatforce groatforce groatforce
force in the executive line lineIn ll IbisDi 2e 2eIn
In the two years that he has served servedon 6 servedon rvcd rvcdon
on the District Committee he has gnU gathered gtthfred gnUered ¬
ered a II great amount of Information Informationregarding Informationr Informationregarding
regarding r fart1lng the District and its needs needsHB needsHI ncedsHis
HB HI work in the inquiry inquiry into the con conditions oondltlons eonditions ¬
ditions in the public schools Behool his work workon workon workon
on street extensions xt nsion8 and ac his service as aschairman aschaIrman aschairman
chairman of th the special committee that thatinvestigated th thatiiivesugated < lt ltInvestigalOO
investigated th the charges of maladmin ¬
istration again agahrt the Government Hos Hospital Hospital flospital ¬
pital for the Insane are three thmcthat thingsthat things thingsthat
that brought him particularly close to tothe tothe j
the > interests Inter86UJan and the wishes of the pee peepie OO OOpie j
pie of o Washington WashingtonPotent WashlagtonPotent WashingtonPotent
Potent Leader LeaderThat LeaderThat IaderThat
That he will 111 make a potent leader on onbehalf onbehal onbehalf
behalf of the th District 1 It he is given the theclialnnanship thechairmanship thechairmanship
chairmanship is accepted by all who whoknow whoknow whoknow
know him He will manage its fights fightson ftgh fightson 18 18on
on the floor of the House with ith skill and andgood andgood andgood
good Judgment JudgmentOf judgmontOt judgmentOf
Of all the positions in Congress either eitherin eitherIn eitherin
in the House or in the Senate the chair chairmanship cheJrmanshlp cha3rmanship ¬
manship of the House Committee ori orithe 011the onthe
the District of Columbia is the position positionthat posltlC1nthat positionthat
that effect most nearly th the welfare welfareof welfaroor welfareof
of the National Capital a ad d Its people peopleIt eopleIt ple pleIt
It is in this committee that the hun hundreds hundreds nundreds ¬
dreds of otbUls bills governing the affairs of oftho ottho ofthe
tho District originate originateus
us a a hand Didnt you see wo 0 wereainkIg were weresinklpg werenkIpGZ
sinklpg sinklpgThe ainkIgThe nkIpGZ nkIpGZThe
The old man took his pipe out of his hismouth hismouth hismouth
mouth and stared at them thsniin in astonish astonishment astonlshmet astonishrnet ¬
met mentBlessed
Blessed Ble sOd If I i didnt ldnt think yo 0 wuz U one oneo oneo
o them newfangled submarines he hesaid heMid heaaidHarpern
said aaidHarpern Harper Weekly WeeklyFEEP Weekb1rEEP WeeklyZEEP
FEEP IT DARKI DARKIOh DARKIOh DARXIOh
Oh why is the young wife weeping eeping
Is she weary of washing wa5hlnf and sweeping
Oh no Its not that thatBut tha thaBut thatBut
But just that her fiat flatIs fiatIs fiatIs
Is too dark for light housekeeping housekeepingrrJ
rrJ J Adalr Strawson In Harpers HarpersWeekly HarperCoWeekly HarpersWeekly
Weekly
A Good Start Startis Startis Startis
is Half the Race RaceThe
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The best start toward a a successful day is a a dish of delicious whole wholesome wkolesome wholesome ¬
some GrapeNuts food and cream for breakfast breakfastThe breakfastThe breakfastThe
The crisp firm nutty granules indicate ind cate firm flesh and crackling cracklinggood cracklinggood cracklinggood
good humor Its food value lies in the storedup energy and tissuere tissuerepairing tissuerepairing tissuerepairing ¬
pairing material in whole wheat and barley so prepared by slow sl w heat heatand heatand heatand
and moisture and subsequent subseq ent thorough baking bakinJ bakIn that uaU all there is isfu isfuthese in inthese jnthese
these cereals is retained and made perfectly digestible digcfitibleLet digestibleLet
Let the meat go f for forbreakfast or breakfast and supper take on GrapeXuts Gr p Nuts in its itsplace itspiaee itsplace
place piaee and S SYou
YOU WIJL WIL FEEL FEELLIKE FEELLlKE FEELLIKE
LIKE A NEW PERSON PERSONA PE RSON RSONA
A breakfast of GrapeNuts and cream toast and nd a a cup of well wellmade wcUmade vellmade
made Postum Food Coffee will put you away ahead of the t e meat eater eaterat e eaterat ter terat
at the th start of the days business and his hapdlcap will only onl increase increasethe increasethe increasethe
the gap os the hourly laps lapsT are made madeBy madeBy v vBy
By noon lunch will be b relished and nd the digestive organs in fine finecondition finecondition finecondition
condition to give you a a good sendoff for the rest of the day and the thethrill thethrill thethrill
thrill of a steady nerve end nd a a successwinning succe6 winning brain brainIts brainIts brainIts
Its an easy matter for the man manwho who gets tired between meals to toprove toprove toprove
prove that theres thcr e a a reason for lorPostura torGrapeNuts forGrapew
Grapew GrapeNuts GrapeNutsPostum Nuts NutsPosturuCoroaIcQLtdBattLcrooc
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