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Consuls Consuls onsuls investigating Re Report Report RePort ¬
port That Warships JustSaved Just JustSaved JustSaved
Saved Them ThemPOBTVAU ThemPORT ThemPORT
POBTVAU PORT AU PRINCE PRINCE March 2S 8Rep 8Rep9Cntat Rep Repcsontatlvae Rap Rappixjaentatlvee
pixjaentatlvee csontatlvae 9Cntat S here of foreign govern gpyornMnents g governnents vorn vornDents
Dents nents arc conducting a quiet inquiry on onr omrthe1r
rthe1r r their own account into reports thatcertain that thatr thatcertain
r certain Haltf Haitian n government Isadora Isadoraplotted la sailersDiotted or orJ
plotted J lottoo a general eneral macwaore of the ad adUiluistratlons 1m1uistratlons adn
n Uiluistratlons supposed onemles during duringthe duringthe duringtho
the recent troubles and that largo l rgo num numbers numbers numbers ¬
bers of Europeans were marked for fordeath tordeath fordeath
death deathAs deathAs deathAs
As the story reaches the ministers ministersund mlnItorsd mint teri terivnd
und d consuls tho butchery was only pre prevented preented prevented ¬
vented by tho arrival of foreign warships war warchips W1trfhlps
chips which the natives had not ox oxpacted QXacte oxpocted
pacted acte so soon President Nord Alexis AluxlsIs
Is s not suspected of U complicity in the theeupposed the5UPPOSO thesupposed
supposed plot but several high olttclals olttclalsbandar o ldah511n otlcialsunder
bandar 11n dr him are believed to have had a aforce aforce i
force of o soldiers ready to begin tlm
S killing as soon as plans had been com completed oomIcted completed ¬
pleted for making quick work of the theJob thejo thejob
Job jo
What seriously complicates the sftu situutlon sftuntlon sftuutlon
utlon Is the fact that t most t of o the theHaitians theHaIUanseven theJIaltlansoven
HaIUanseven Haitians even those In high official officialpositions ornclalPot otfclalpob1Uonstltink
positions Pot iIUonsthlnk < think the United States Stateswould Stateswould Stateswould
would protect them from European Europeanvcngeanoa EuropMnvengeance EuropeanScngeanoe
vengeance no matter to what extent extentithey e extent1hey t6nt t6nt1hey
1hey might carry their excesses excessesIf eN eNIt
If proof is secured cured of the existence exlste of ofti ormurder ofit
ti murder plot a prompt demand will be bemade bemade
r made on the government overnment for the pun punishment punlshmant punishment ¬
ishment or at least the degradation of ofAll orIl ofal1
All Il officials concerned in it itThere ftThero itThere
There are also still elements of danger danger3n dangerIn danger3n
3n th tIu relations between th the government governmentand ernment ernmentnd
and nd the French and German representatives represent reprosentativeK ent ent3t1V88
ativeK here The French consul con ul em emphatically emhlltfoaIly emphatieally ¬
phatically denies that General FirmStt FirmSttwas ltnnluas Firhnfnwas
was as permitted to hatch an antigov antigovernment anU anUgovernmcnt ov ovrnment ¬
ernment conspiracy under the shelter shelterof
of the consulate and the government governmentwhich governmentwhich oernmentwhlch
which professes prot Blle to have proof that he hedid hedid hedid
did wants assurances that there will willIKJ willIle
IKJ no repetition re > of the incident incidentAjmmst incidentA incidentAgninst
Ajmmst A jnst the German firm of Hermann HermannCo
it Co action is threatened on the theground theground theground
ground that thA t it financed the Flrmin up ¬
t rising Germany bas signified a ifled that It Itwin itw111
win m not permit this an and antiGerman antlGerman1ctlIng
feeling Is rapidly intensifying intensifyingSMEME intensifyingSH intensifyingL
Marshall Darrach the Shakespearean ShakespeareanScholar Shake Shakespeareancholar pearcan pearcancholr
Scholar cholr and reader will b be heard in aTecltal a arecital a1ecltal
recital of The Tempest at the New NewWlllard NewWtnard NewWillard
Wlllard tomorrow morning at 11 oclock oclockA oclockA
A number of prominent Washington Washingtonsociety llashlngtonietj WashingtonSociety I
society ietj matrons will act as patronesses patronessesMr pt tonesee toneseeIr
Mr Ir Darrach has delivered his Shakes Sh8keseare Shakespearean
4 j eare > earoan n recitals in all the leading clUes citiesHis clUesHIs clues1s
His 1s former recitals in Washington are arewell areweU arewell
well remembered The T e late Mrs Wil William WU1iam William ¬
liam liam McKinley was one of the former formerpatronesses formerpatrone formerpatronesses
patronesses se of the lecture lectureThe lectureThe lectureThe
The p patronesses trooe lJei t for the recital tomor tomorrow tomorTOW tumorflow
row morning are areMrs areMrs are11rs
Mrs Fairbanks Mrs C D Lang LangMrs LangMrs LangaMrs
Mrs Bryce h borne borneTr hornsMrs ° r rMrs
Mrs G M I > McLana McLanaaIrs cLna cLnaNewberry T
Mrs Truman Tr uman H ban
Newberry Mrs Roland R Ind Cotton Cottonilrs Cottonrs Cottonitrs
ilrs rs George von Smith SmithMeyer SinlthMe8C SmithMeyer
Meyer Mrs < William B BMrs BlIrs BaIrs
Mrs William H H Noble NobleTaf NoblTaIt NobleTaft
Taft TaIt U Mrs G Lotbrop
Mrs Philander Bradley BradleyKnox BraoleyKnox Bra4le Bra4leJ
Knox J nox Mrs nh Woodbury oodburyMlsB
Miss Cannon Blair BlairMrs Blair1wlrs BlairiIrs
Mrs George DeweyMiss s C F Smith SmithMrs Smithrs SmithIrs
Mrs Irs rs Stephen B Mrs Charles G GElkins GElkins < 3 3Hiking
Elkins Thorne Thome2ttrs ThornetzMrs Thorneirs
2ttrs irs Joseph B Mrs George X G McForaker Mc 3cForaker McForaker
Foraker Lanahan LanahanMrs LanahanrsJames LanahanyevirsJames
yevirsJames Mrs rsJames James McMillenMrs Ic ItllenMr John S Blair BlairMrs BlairIrs Blair31rs
Mrs Irs Burrows Mrs Albert C CMrs CMrs CMrs
Mrs John F Dryden Janln JanlnMrs Janlnrs JaninirsThomas
Mrs irsThomas rs Thomas 3 X Mfrs rs George JB F Huff HuffChatard HuftChatard HuffChatard
Chatard Mrs E E D DWhite DWhiteMrs White WhiteMrs Whiters
Mrs rs Mark Hanna Mrs H M ClaMrs Cla ClaMrs la laMrs
Mrs Charles J BelL baugh baughMrs b ughMrs baughMrs I
Mrs M S S Quay Quay Mrs J E Tiiropp ThroppIrs
Mrs Irs George T Mrs Medorena MedorenaMarje Jtledolono11arJe MedoronaMary
Mary e Crawford CrawfordMrs Crawf CrawfordIrs < d dMrs
Mrs Irs C A SpaukEMrs R R Russell RussellIng RussellIng v vIng
Ing Mrs Nathaniel WH WHrs WilIrs 11 11rs
Irs rs W Murray son sonCrane sonCrane sonCrane
Crane Mrs Totten TottenMrs TottenMrs Totteaairs
Mrs Perry BelmonLMrs Richard Butler ButlerMrs ButlerIrs Butler11rs
Mrs Irs Wallach I Mrs N B Scott ScotUjVIrs ScottIrs oll ollurs
jVIrs Irs C W V MiltonMrs MtltoAMrs W P Hall Hallberger Hallberger Hallberger
berger Mrs J C Horn Horn3Irs HorrZ1rs HornAirs
Airs Alexander B blower blowerLegare blowerLegare blowerLegare
Legare Mrs S C Noais NoaisCountess Nealscountess NoalsCountess
+ Countess de SibourMrs CameronWins CameronWinsMrs Cameron Wlns WlnsIrs
Mrs Irs Reber low lowMrs lowIrs lowMrs
Mrs Irs A M Blair Mrs Charles McCau McCauMrs 1lcCauMrs McCaubrs
Mrs brs Edward H HGheen ley leyMrs leyGheen leyGheen
Gheen Mrs J M Blddle BlddleJrs BIddiers
Airs Jrs rs Hennen Jen Mrs Murray AddI Addlnlngs AddInlngs Addinings
nlngs son sonfclrs S011Irs sonfirs
firs Irs William KearMrs Richard A Aney A Aney Aney
ney Carr Harlow HarlowMrs HarlowIrs Harlowdirs
Mrs Irs Richardson r Mrs rs C C Payton RttsClover Rtis RtisClover RnsClover
Clover selL selLVIrs sellIrs selLairs
airs Irs W Duncan Mrs C H Butler ButlerMcKIm ButlerMcKIm ButlerMcKim
McKIm Mrs James C C3lrs CMrs Cairs
Mrs E Ernest Hoover HooverSmith HooverSmith HooverSmith
Smith Mrs C A A DGVO DGVOMrs Devolrs DevoIIrs
Mrs Irs rs John G CarMrs W V K Van Vanlisle Vanlisle Vanlisle
lisle Reypen ReypenMrs Rey Reypenhhtrs n nMn
Mrs Gardnor WHMrs Allenton Cush Cushliams Cush1Im8 CushIlama
liams man manMrs manIrs manJrs
Mrs Jrs Stanley Mrs Alexander AlexanderMathews AJex8nder1lathews AlexanderMathews
Mathews Stewart StewartSirs St Stewartfurs wart wartrs
Sirs rs W M Wx1ghtJ WrlshtMrs rs Samuel muel Spencer SpencerfMrs SpencerMrs SpencerAirs
Mrs John O Miss Risley RIsle Seward
1 L Evans Mrs W A A Moffett MoffettIrs Motfetti
felrs i Irs J B Allison Mrs Ralph W Hills HillsMre HUJsrs Hills1irs
Mre rs George orso L 1 GilMrs D C Phillips Phillipslesple Phillipslespie
lesple Miss Elizabeth Bliss BlissIMra BUssrtrs BlissAirs
Airs Joseph H Mrs C D Sigsbee SigsbeeBradley SigabeeBradley
Bradley Mrs Robert Dean DeanMrs Deanlo1rs Dean11Irs
lo1rs Mrs B F P F4CaIa Calla Buchanan Buchanannan Buchananhan
i nan Mrs Guy F Whiting Whltlng1rs
Mrs Mrs T H Aldrich Mrs Charles Wood Woodairs WooJIrs Woodrs
airs rs Charles G BenMrs Hunt Slater Slaternett Slaternett Staternett
nett Mrs J M Jot Johnson JohnsonDTHIEFTO John80nrTHIEFTO JohnsonHIEFTO
i PHILADELPHIA ilaroh23 March 28 28DIscov 28DIscovered Dlscov Dlacovtired Dlscovered
ered at his first robbery to which he heTvas herwns hevas
Tvas vas prompted by lack of employment employmentJohn employmentJohn employmentJohn
John Robinson was fatally shot by a a3OHceman apoucsman
3OHceman 3OHcemanIn 1 poucsman poucsmanIn ouc mnn mnnIn
In a statement In the presence of a atpollce alcpolJce atpolico
tpollce magistrate the young man said saidMother snJdMother saidMother
Mother this Is what I got for trying tryingj trInsIto
j Ito to help you I knew we had no money moneyand moneyand moneyand
and that we would be put out of our burI ourhouso ourhouse
I houso If we did not get any an I got dos dosporato dost dosEporato
Eporato t porato ana decided to steal stealSORKT stealt stealSORRY stealSORRY
4yOU < Tou are mistaken when you say sheloves she sholoves sh shi
i loves her husband husbandWhat husbandW1mt husbandMutt
Mutt What makes you think so soWhy so7 so7WhJ soWhy
Why you heard her as plainly as I Iold IWd Idid
old she s said aid she was as sorry she mar marxled marrled marsled
sled him himThats blmThats himThats
Thats what makes mak S me belIeve she sheloves she1oes shei
i = loves him Exchange Exchangeincreases EXhargeRICDRD Exchangei
increases hums Vitality
Price 51 1 At ataII aU druggists Always on
hand at t ODO ODOrliELL rrS + g Drug Store j
804 r St nw Mall orderscited orderscitedF orders ablldted BoUc1tedE
E 0
Bodies of Man and Woman WomanFound WomanFound WomanFound
Found in Apartment ApartmentHouse Apartn1entHouse APartmentHouse
SANDUSKY Ohio March SSThe SSThedeepest ES The Thedepest The TheMp
deepest Mp t mystery still slit 7ravalls 1ls v tonight tonightac
ac to which of the couple actually fired firedthe ftredtbe firedthe
the bullets that ended end the lives of Mrs MrsKathrya MrXathrjn MrsKathryn
Kathryn Hughes a pretty widow and andE andE andE
E J Glendenning a Cleveland travel travellag travelIng traveling
Ing man man whose e bodies wore found today todayin
in the Vanduzon apartments here hereA lier8A hereA l
A revolver with two empty chambers chamberswas
was found on the floor about half way waybetween waybetween waybetween
between the man and woman It might mighthave mighthave mighthave
have fallen from the hand of cither citherCoroner eJt1terCoroner eitherCoroner
Coroner Southwick thinks the shots shotswere shotswere shotswere
were fired red by the woman after a quar quarrel quarrel quarrel ¬
rel with Glendennlng but admits lie liecannot becannot hecannot
cannot prove it itThe It ItThe ItThe
The double tragedy ti gedy was wa discovered discoveredby
by Mrs Harry Hickman a sister of ofMrs otMrs ofMrs
Mrs Hughes who occupied apartments apartmentsdirectly apartmentsdlrectl apartmentsdirectly
directly dlrectl below belo those of the dead woman wom woman wom8n ¬
an Glendenniag has a wife and two twochildren twochildren twochildren
children In Cleveland ClevelandNotes ClevelandNote ClevelandNotes
Notes found on the he floor oor indicated indicatedthat Indicatedthat indicatedthat
that Mrs Hughes had love affairs with withother withother withother
other men Whether those have ho ve any anybearing anybetLring anybearing
bearing on the case is not known knownUNTRAINED knownUNTRAINED knownAINED
NinetyDay Veterans Always Turn Out OutRank OutRank OutRank
Rank Failures FailuresFrom FailuresFrom FailuresFrom
From so far back as 177S li + B the hopeless hopelessness hopolesn hopelessnees ¬
ness of attempting any military opera operations openLUon operatlone ¬
tions whatever with Uh soldiers made in inrin Inrlnety inrnet
rin rlnety rnet ty days has ba been left to us In InWashingtons inWa inWashingtons
Washingtons Wa letters let tors of that period a apriceless apriceless
priceless pathetic and seemingly use uselesfa useleau uselees I
lees heritage Again in 1S12 where the thenavy thenavy thenavy
navy wrote one of o the brightest pages pagesof pagesof
of American history the army blotted Wottedit I
it with a succession of disgraceful fail failures failures fallures ¬
ures that will make every American Americanwho Americanwho
who loves his land and his race raceashamed I8ea raceashamed
ashamed a for as long as both endure endureYet endureYet endureYet
Yet navy and army alike ware v e made of ofsons ot30M ofsons
sons of the same 11141 mothers Tne Tn differ differonce dHClrenee differonce
once was not in the men but id 1 their theirtraining theirtr theirtraining
tr training an I ng ihe navy was mad of tried triedsiors triedaio triedaators
siors aio the army of o ninetyday nInety 1Y soldiers sokllersIt
It was these ninetyday readyto readytowear readJtowear readytowear
wear soldiers that that drove Hull into dis disraceful dlsraceful disgnaceful
gnaceful raceful surrender without a shot at atetrott atDetroit atDetroit
Detroit Detroit that forced Harrison back backafter backafter backafter
after success at French Frenchtown town that Iet3e let
3000 3e British Invaders land on a popu populous pOpulous p h ¬
lous coast e eions in the face of o double their theirnumber theirnumber t tnumber
number of o American troops that Iet1b00 let
1500 of these invaders of our oursoU < soil drive drivebuck drivebkek driveback
buck 5000 ninetyday nlnet day patriots in utter utterrout utterrout utterrout
rout at Bladensburg after a loss of ofnineteen 0 0nlnteen onineteen
nineteen men and in the presence of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Commanderinchief himself elf andthat and andthat B nd
that let a handful of o these invadersmarch invaders invadersmarch Invadcrsmarch
march inte > and burn the Capital or our ourcountry ourcountry ourcountry
country and retire unmolested unmole ted to their theirships theirshlp theirships
ships It was our i blind > lind belief in resAly re remade reaFmade
1 made soldiers that forced the Natkmr1 Natkmr1Government NatlonlGovernment l t tGovernment
Government luria luring the same war to tooffer toctter torifer
offer bounties as high high as FlZt lSi to every everypatriot 6erypatriot everypatriot
patriot agreeln r t tc defend his xwntry xwntryand ountryand untr untrand
and to call out over ow 60000 men whom whomwithin whomwithin whomwithin
within two years against an enemy enemynever enemynever enemynever
never over 10000 strong strongThe strongTbe strongThe
The war with i MexiiV rex1 > > pointed the same samemoral samemors1 samemoral
moral Our success then was never neveronce neveIonce neveronce
once due to ninetyday soldiers Nearly 1eerI
SO per cent cf the troops employed were wereregulars W8Ier wereregulars
regulars r lars and nearly SO per cent were of o1ever ofever ofCer
ever twelve months service Yet not notwithstanding notlthatandlng notwithstanding ¬
withstanding all this In 1S lSIl 1 we still stillheld stillheld Ull Ullheld
held clone to the same belief that Mr MrJustice MrJustice MrJustice
Justice Harlan has again expounded No Nowar Noar Nowar
war ar shows better t ttm than the succeeding
four years the fearful cost of using usinguntrained WllntuntnLInM usinguntrained
untrained troop and the worth of the thesame thesame thesame
same men as soldier sol when trained trainedPresident trainedPro trainedPresident
President Pro ldent Lincolns first call for troops troopswas trooptSas troopswas
was as in April Almost exactly ninety nlnetydays ninetydays ninetydays
days later those ninetyday soldiers soldiersfcught 9ldl soldiersfought s sfought
fought and ran at Bull Run The total totalloss totalloss
loss in killed wounded and missing missingwas
was less than 10 per > cent yet a year eat later laterthe laterthe laterthe
the same troop would have h vo corned cornedto
to leave a field where half of thlr num number nnmber number ¬
ber was as still able to shoot It need needsbut needbut needobut
but the slightest sU hte t reflection reflection to show theresult the theresult ther
result r ult of Bull Run had their t eir opponents opponentsthen opponentsthen
then been anything but ninetyday nlnc day sol soldiers soldiers aoldiets ¬
diers themselves It Is an accepted acceptedmilitary acc acceptedmilitary ted tedmllltarY
military fact that th t 50000 trained men on oneither oneither oneither
either side at the outset out et t would have haveended havended haveended
ended the rebellion in three months and andsaved andsaved andsaved
saved to the th country a great part of the themore themore themore
more than 3500000000 J300OW 3 500004000 000 which has since sincebeen Alneebeen sincebeen
been paid in pensions penelonsArm Army and Navy NavyLife Na NaLife NavyLife
Prof Cesare Lombroso has gone to toTurin toTurin toTurin
Turin in order to investigate an alleged allegedextraordinary 811egedextraordlnaro allegedextraordinary
extraordinary series of spiritual S1J rltual pre prenoinena preDOIDna prenomene
noinena at the house of SIgnor Caval Cavallero CaIloro Cavellero
lero An official report has already been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made by a lieutenant of o carablnlerl carablnlerlwho carabInieriWho carabinteriwho
who with a detachment of men was wassent wassent wassent
sent to make Inquiries m < and claims to tohave tohave tohave
have witnessed witnoe ed many marvels Some of ofthe otthe ofthe
the stories which are being told con concerning concerning concerning ¬
cerning the haunted house are not with without without without ¬
out their appeal to the readers sense senseof sonseo senseof
of o hunror hunrorSignora hutrorSignora huirorSignora
Signora Cavallero it is stated was In Inthe Inthe 1nthe
the hall of the house when an over overcoat oercoat overcoat ¬
coat descended from ahook and wrapped wrappeditself wrappeditself wrappeditself
itself about her shoulders When she shescreamed shescreamed shescreamed
screamed the garment considerately consideratelywithdrew consideratelywtthdre consideratelywithdrew
withdrew but continued to perambulate perambulateup
up and down the hallway as thour thourilmuch thouGimuch i imuch
much agitated In the childrens bed bedroom ¬ I Iroom iroom
room the beds are In the habit of maX maXing making
ing themselves while all over the thepremises ti U UpremlleS < s spromises
promises the gas and electric lights art artoperated arropersted areoperated
operated by b unseen hands Professor ProfessorLombroBO ProfessorLombroso ProfessorLombroso
Lombroso believes that one of Signer SignerCavalleros SignerCaaJJeros SlgnerCavalleros
Cavalleros sons Is modlumlstlcally modlumlstlcallygifted medlumlstlcaUYgirted modlumisUcallygifted
gifted and that the circumstances ex explain explain exlain ¬
plain lain these weird happenings happenlngsLondon happenlngsLondonGlo London LondonA
Glo lobe e
lobeA eA
After having worn male attire for forforty forrortj forforty
forty years in an attempt to get other otherwomen otherwomen otherwomen
women to do likewise Mrs rs Thomas ThomasBljon ThomasRljon ThomasRijon
Bljon of Jersey City publicly admits admitsthat admitsthat admitsthat
that her campaign Is a lamentable failure fail failure failure ¬
ure and now In her sixtieth year eor she shesex sheresumes
resumes the conventional garb of her hersexExchangc heraexExchange 1
sex sexExchangc Exchange
This beautiful an antique antlque antique ¬
tique Link B Button Buttonmounted But u t t ton tonmounted o n nmounted
mounted with Jade JadeCoral JadvCornl JadeCoral
Coral an Amazoniti Amazonitietc Amazonltote
etc A genuine S13G
President of Massachusetts MassachusettsCompany MassachusettsCompany MassachusettsComPany
Company Caught in inExplosion inEtpIosion inExPlosion
Explosion ExPlosionS EtpIosionSpDTH
8Jehn 88 Jehn Oekfngton prftetdviit prNk1 nt of the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South DeoriioJd Doerfi ld Gas Comp CI y and two twoothers twoothe twoothers
others othe were killed tonight by tho ox oxpioslon oxpIo oxplosion
pioslon pIo lon o of the companys compau gag tank The Th9oxplosion Th ThC Theeecplosion
oxplosion C loson severely injured nju three other othermen ethormen othermen
men wrecked one building and broke brokehalf brokehalt brokehalf
half the windows In town The dead deadare daDaare deadare
are areJOHX
The Injured InjuredSamuel InjuredSamuel injuredSamuel
Samuel Toddis ToddisClaude ToddlsClaude ToddisClaude
Claude Crafts CraftsWilliam CraftVllUam CraftsWilliam
William Driscoll DriscollThe Drf DriscollThe coU coUThe
The young men Injured wore playing playingpool playingpool playingpool
pool in the establishment of Paul Beauseliel Beaus Baauscllel Beausellel
cllel close cl to the gas works The men menwere monwere menwere
were hurled from the pool room Into an anadjoining anadjoining anadjoining
adjoining barber shop shopQIIPPCOOCMI shoPSUGGESSFUL shoph
QIIPPCOOCMI h IMfinfiD IMfinfiDuUbuLoorUL 1 1The
The Gurley Athiftic Club closed ed its itsindoor itsindoor I IIndoor
indoor track season at the National NationalGuard NationalGuard I IGuard
Guard meet Friday night in a most mostbrilliant mostbrilliant I IbrlUtant
brilliant manner mannerIn mannerIn I IIn
In the feature event of the evening for forthe tbrthe fbrthe
the twomite club championship of the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South the Gurley Gur ley relay reIa comnosed com ed of ofSmlthson o oSmlth ofSmithson
Smlthson ol captain King Belli Be 1 and andYoung andYounS andYoung
Young made a show of the Blooming Bloomingdale Bloomlngdale Bloomingdale
dale Athletic Club team and won by bynearly byne bynearly
nearly ne rly a lap and a half Two other otherGurley otherGurley i iGurley
Gurley men to score were Hicks who whoran whosn whoran
ran sn in the closed races in the mile mileMH mileand
MH not Young in the high jump jumpIhe jumpi
Ihe i i he Gurley relay team this year won wonboth wonboth
both the Senior and Intermediate Club Clubchampionships Clubbamplon Clubchampionships I
championships bamplon hlps of the thel District trlct and has hasscored hasscored
scored points in nearly all 1 < f the meetsIn meets meetsIn meetsIn 1
In this section of o the country in individual In Individual Indtvklual ¬
dividual events It will b bt remembered rememberedthat rememberedthat i ithat
that Gurley GurJ furnished bed tLreo men for forthe fMthe forthe
the allWashington aU Wasbl gton team which met metand metand metand
and defeated an allBaltimore team m fn IMthe fnthe Inthe
the Federal games and with these men menas meaas menas
as a nucleus they the expect to make sev several several several ¬
eral of the older organizations orsan ztlon sit t up upand upand upand
and take notice noticeSeveral noUceSevcuai noticeSeveral
Several of the new men who will willprobably winprobb willprobably
probably represent ent Gurley on the track trackthis trackfhl trackthis
this fhl year are Boyce Gill Sterrett SterrettBobby SterrettB
Bobby B bby > Fleming Brame Gunning GunningHiidebrand GunnlncHildebrand GunnEpgHildebrand
Hildebrand and others not ao o well wellknown wellKnol wellknown
known loJl Th Thj Th t Gurley team is out for forthe forhe forthe
the he South Atlantic A antle A A A championship chanipionjhlptais champloft lp
Lass year and with this idea in view viewwUl vieww viewwill
will w ill go in outdoor training tralnln as soon as asit asIt
it It 1 can secure grounds groundsBOSNIAN groundJlBOSNIAN groundsBOSNIAN
Wives Have a Hard Time in the theBalkins tbeBalkins theBalkins
Balkins BalkinsIt
It is generally believed that In Boaaia Boaaiawomen Bo Bomawomen l lwom
women l lend d an Oriental life in the theharem theharem theharem
harem but this is not the th case Bos Bosnia BCNoIola Bosnia ¬
nia Is In thin respect a kind of t Inter Intermediary tatotmediarystate intermediary ¬
mediary mediarystate state between the east and the thewest theWeiJt thewest
west of Europe And the Turkish b woman womanin WORUIIJIn womanin
in that country must mu t be distinguished distinguishedfrom d1 tlnculsbedtrom
from the Christian woman as their theirlives thdrUes theirlives
lives are quite different dltrer nt in every ro rospect rll rllspect respect +
spect A wife I fe like many women fA fAother toother a aother
other countries sees to her house looks lookIJafter looksafter looksafter
after the children cooks the food and andpasses 1dU568 andpasses
passes the rest of her time doing needle needlework needlework needlework ¬
work and in chatting There are Bos Bosnian B Bnlan Bniaa ¬
nian Turkish women however who can canspeak canspeak canspeak
speak French and are well educated educatedbut educatedbut educatedbut
but the poor as well as the rich Turk Turkendeavors Iurkendeavors Turkendeavors
endeavors to surround his hi wife with withall withaU withall
all kinds of luxury No matter how howpoor howpoor howpoorthe
poor poorthe the dwelling of the Turk may m L Lthe Lthe Le Lethe
the haremlik womens rooms gen generally bencrally gemorally ¬
orally have rave carpets silk coverings cur curtains curtains curtaine ¬
tains with gold old and silver embrotde embrotdeA embroidery embroideryA
out outveiled
A Turkish woman may only go o out outveiled omEUed
veiled and is usually u uall followed by by a ser servant serant servant ¬
vant ant but she sh te completely mistress ml tre of ofher ofher ofher
her time The women visit one another anotherdrink anotherdrink anotherdrink
drink coffee together and talk scandal scandalJust candaljust scandaljust
Just as women do In other countries countriesNo
No Turk can venture to enter into intohis Intohis Intohis
his wifes room when she has visitors visitorsand visitorsand Isltorsand
and slippers in front of the door toll him himwhen himwhen himwhen
when there te company within withinWith withinWith withinWith
With a Christian Chrl tlan woman it is differ different different different ¬
ent A father tells his son that it is istime Istime Istime
time for him o get a wife and the for former former former ¬
mer then Koe toeK oes to the market in search searchhe searcho
o of one After After a good deal of bargaining bargnlnlnghe
he succeeds In n finding a girl who bo isnot is isnot Janot
not even asked If she likes the idea or ornot ornot ornot
not but is given three or four pieces piecesof
of soap soa and some silver coins for forwhich fo fowhich forwhich
which she she proffers in return a colored coloredhandkerchief coloredhandkerchle coloredhandkerchief
handkerchief and the business is con concluded concluded concluded ¬
cludedSome cluded cludedSome
Some weeks afterward the priest priestvaltes priestJltes priestcites
cites the happy couple and the day dayafter dayalter dayafter
after the marriage mart a the wife goes to towork towork towork
work The Chris Christian an woman In Bosnia BosniaIi
Ii i indeed a creature to be pitied for she shehas shehas shehas
has harder work to do than a donkey donkeyand donke donkeand donkeyand
and Is treated as such She would be bequite beulte bequite
quite ulte astonished were one to tell her herthat herthat herthat
that she Is badly used and would say sayWe sayWe sayWe
We are In the world to work and a anuaband ahusband ahusband
husband who does not beat his wife Is Isno Isno Isno
no man manA manA manA
A Christian mother is fond of her herchildren herchildren herchildren
children When a boy Is fourteen years yearsof yearsot yearsof
of age he beats his mother and andthe andthelatter the thelatter thelatter
latter thinks it quite natural She not notonly notonly notonly
only docs all the work in the house housebut housebut housebut
but also labors In the field as well The Thewomen Thewomen Thewomen
women wear shirts which are tuttoned tuttonedlike Luttonedlike tuttonedlike
like a mans carrytog carryl J eggs bread and andall andaU andall
all kinds of o provisions in the folds foldsThis roldsThis foldsThis
This does not seem very ery appetizing appetizingbut
but it is the th custom If you ask for forcoffee torl forcoffee
coffee l in a village in Bosna the woman womancften womanten womanrften
ten takes out tho sugar from her herbosom herlo herbosom
lo bosom om and if I the piece is too large she shebites shtbites shebites
bites some oft to save you the troublExchange troubl troubleExchange troublEtclange
r rSee
JJ See Oar WWews for Easter Dismay Dismayill DisplayIll I IHbArt
> 1117 ill 6 Street Sfi irit7 r oe fi N W h 1 1HighArt Cor 2th 2thHlzhArt I IEuter
HlzhArt Jewelry and European Euroa Nov Novelties NoveltiesEaster NoveltiesEaster
Easter Is the season when everyone desires the new Spring garment
Novelty Jewelry gives It the finished touch Our new linejust lino l1n Just arrived and andwnlch andwhIch andwhich
whIch we display dis la tomorrow tome ors for the first time timeis Is the most attractive nitre cfive we weof welie
have ever eV r ofCeroonot aJone aIo lie In design but in price Following we offer a few
of our Easter novelties noeltl s
This handsome Scarf ScarfPin ScarPin ScarfPin
Pin mounted with genuine gen genuine genuine ¬
uine pearls We chal challenge challenge challenge ¬
lenge any dealer dealeror or mak maker mker maker ¬
er to produce the equal equalat equalat equalat
at double the price Our Ourspecial Our50C Ourspecial
special Easter of CflO p
feeing 50C 50COnly > U UOnly u uOnly
Only one to a customer
Our display of Hat HatPins HatIns HatPins
Pins Ins especially e peclall for forSpring
Spring designs in hats hatsis hatsis hatsis
is the most attrac attractive attract1 attractiv ¬
tive t1 tiv we have ever everseen eversetn everseen
seen Suitable with withall withall withall
all shades Every Ee one onea
a regular 150 150 value valueOur valueOur lue lueOUr
Our Special Easter Easteroffer Eastcrotter Easteroffer
row offer at tomorrow tomor 5 CAC CACrow Oc 0 v I
value Our specie spocltlfor This odd but unique Silver Buckle BuckleSpecial Bucklefor
for Easter Special Easter designs Hundreds of ofother orat
50 5 r rat OC ° < other Spring rir designs up to rnr G
5 Oc
at 52500 One O like e cut 3U i u
Two Withdrawals Leave LeaveOnly LeaveOnly LeaVeOnlY
Only Fred J Paff Paffon Pafton Paffon
on the Ticket TicketWASHIWOTON TicketWASIlDfOlOK TicketWASMINOTOg
Julian Y Williams who a a f few w day dayago da7Wa daysago
ago a o announced annou his candidacy for mayor mayorof DMlyGIor mayorof
of Alexandria this afternoon ptxbheit ptxbheitod pu lt ltcd
od a card In a local paper withdrawing tvitbdrawiugthe
the announcement He states that ow owing owInr owlag ¬
lag to his busin business g he te compelled to towithdraw towithdraw towithdraw
withdraw from the contest t and also alsothat alalothat alsothat
that he will not bd b a candidate for r relectlon re reeloetion re reeloetlon
eloetion to the city counciL couneHHerbert counciLHerbrt councilHerbert
Herbert Snowden who has been much muchspoken muehspoken muchspoken
spoken of as a probable candidate for formayor orm6yor formayor
mayor also publishes heS a card this evsiIng even evening eV8hlng ¬
ing stating that he has neither the thetime thetime thetime
time nor the inclination to make a per personal peronal personal ¬
sonal canvass for the office lid there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore will not be a candidate candidateThe candidateThe te teThe
The withdrawal of Mr Williams anu anuthe anuthe
the declination of Mr Snowden leaves leavesoaly 1e Ieyvesonly v vonly I
only one candidate Fred J par PafDemocrats parDemocrats PaL PaLDemocrats
Democrats Meet Meecommittee Meet MeetAt MeetAt
At a meetIng or o the city DeiDocratIc DeiDocratIccommittee Deahocratic Deahocraticcommittee
committee at the Opera House cafe this thisafternoon thteafternoon tbIeafternoon
afternoon April 2L d was decided upon uponas 1IpOftu uponas
as the date to hold the primary elec elections eIectJon elections ¬
tions to nominate candidates for mayor mayorand ma maand mayorand
and one half of the members of the cityeounciL city citycouncil cUToounclL
council All those who desire to be become be become become ¬
come candidates will 111 be given until untili untilApril untilApril
i April 4 to hand their names to the sec secretary 8eCretry seerotary ¬
retry of the committee There will be beanother beanother beanother
another meeting next Saturday eveata eveataReal even evenReal evening eveningReal
Real Estate Sales SalesSamuel SalesSamuel SalesSamuel
Samuel H Ii Lunt auctioneer sold for forJohn torJohn forJohn
John D Normovle and Henry Henryand Baaclftr Baaclftrand Baaderand
and P M BradBhaw trustees tnwt aa Im Improved Improved improved ¬
proved lot at Queen MId Columbus Columbusstreets CoIumbu8streeta Columbusatrets
streets The TheXOJoItrt property was bid in by
W H MeCuea for St1ifA St1ifAR ilflR fiBL fiBLH
R F Knox auctioneer sold at
ructier ruc ruction tuctJen ¬
tier today a lot Ia Wllkec WDk street be betweea between
tween Pitt and Royal street Meets The prop ¬
erty on was bid In by M 1IL L L Harrison for forMeeting 10lMeeting forlvJi
lvJi lvJiMeeting
Meeting for MenA Men MenA MenA
A meeting meetl for men will be a held id at the
Young Peoptes P baHdtag la I SouthWashington South SoethWasaiagtoB SouthVa
Washington Va hingtou street tomorrow afternoon attMDOOftfrom afternoonfrom afternoonfront
from 318 to 411 oclock Ta The address addresswill addrMSwill addresswilt
will be delivered by the Rev A W WMeyer WMeyer WMeyer
Meyer of the Free Methoitet Church Churchwho Cburebho Churchwho
who ho will take for his hIathe subject Den Deescernlng Denthe
the World Need a New Thought oft oftcern1nc Concerning
cernlng Jesus Christ Ml M I L Diawid Diawiddie DinWIddie Dlnwiddie
die will stag a solo soloThe JIOIoThe soloThe
The use of Armory Hall free freee of ofcharge ofcharge
charge e has been tendered the city cityschool citycbooI cityschool
school board by Copt P J Murphy Murphyaa X Murphyand y yan4
aa and Lieutenant Dematae Demat e of the Alex Alexandria AIexaDdri Alexandria ¬
andria Light Infantry Ta rn armory armoryIs
Is placed at the disposal al of the school aehoolboard BCbooIbord schoolboard
board on account of the report of the thegrand thejUry thegrand
grand Jury as to the unsafe condition conditionof
of the third floor in the Peabody and andHowell andHowell
Howell buildings buildingsIn
In the corporation court R 1L H H Cox Coxwms CoxaD Coxwas
was appotr aD pootr rMe4 ed adattatecrator s Mb of th the e etate M Mtate es estate
tate tate of HeIe Heie C and Lacy T Cranford CranfordAt
At the Flat Baptist Church tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrovJD tomorrowmorning
JD morning rnlng the Rev v Dr J M Filcher PlJcherD eberD
D D Di of Petersburg will occupy the thepulpit thepulptt thepulpit
pulpit Owing to the absence of the theRev theRev theRev
Rev C D Bulk from th tM ctty there therewill therewill
will 111 be no services at the Methodist MethodistChurch XetbodlfltChurch MethodistChurch
Church tomorrow tomorrowAlarge tOlllOrroWA
Alarge A large number num r of members aienibersof of Fitz Fitzgerald P1tzgerakl Fltzgerahd ¬
gerald Council No 460 Knights of Co Columbus Co1umbus Columbus ¬
lumbus left here this evening for Petersburg Pe Petersburg Petersburg ¬
tersburg to witness the exenpttficatkm exenpttficatkmof
of o the third degree c1e ee of that order tomorrow to tomorrow to toJDOrTOW ¬
morrow morrowThe JDOrTOWThe morrowThe
The funeral of Mrs Lucy B Kelly Kellywill Kellywill Kellywill
will be held from her home in South SouthPatrfc SouthPatrict th thPatrlcc
Patrfc t street next Monday afternoon afternoonThe attelDOOllThe afternoonThe
The funeral services will 111 be conducted conductedby
by the Rev Edgar Carpenter of Grace GraceProtestant GraceProte GraceProtestant
Protestant tJuJt Episcopal Church ChurchThe ChurchThe ChurchThe
The funeral of Isaac Studds will be beheld beheld beheld
held from his home In Gibbons ons street streettomorrow streettomorrow streettomorrow
tomorrow afternoon at 4 oclock TheRev The TheRev TheRe1
Rev Edgar Carpeater of Grace Prot Protestant Protestant ¬
estant eeta Episcopal Epls opal Church will conduct conductthe conductthe conductthe
the funeral services and the burial will willbe 1111be wiltbe
be at Bethel Cemetery CemeteryThe CemeteryThe j jThe
The funeral of Miss s Elvira E Heath Heathwill Heathwill Heathwill
will be b held from Grace Gr8CProteetant Gr8CProteetantEpiscopal Protestant ProtestantEpiscopal ProtestantEpiscopal
Episcopal Church tomorrow + afternoon afternoonat ternoenat
at 1 oclock The funeral services will willbe wiltbe 111 111be
be conducted by the Rev Edgar Ed Car Carpenter Carpenter Carpenter ¬
penter and the burial will 111 be in Bethel BethelCemetery BethelCemetery BethelCemetery
Cemetery CemeteryFIREPAAN CemeteryFJREMAN CemeteryFIRErITAN
Fireman Samuel Jones of Xo No1 o 1 engine enginecompany enginecompanr enginecompany
company fractured his right knee when whenhe wbenhe whenhe
he jumped from a hose carriage in front frontof troRtor frontof
of 178S Pennsylvania avenue northwest northwestyesterday northwestyeeterdaj northwestyesterday
yesterday afternoon He was taken to toEmergency toEmergency toEmergency
Emergency Hospital Subsequently the theinjured tMInjured theinjured
injured fireman was liS conveyed to big bighome hithome hishome
home 2258 Twentythird Twent thlrd street north northwest DOlthwest northwest ¬
west westThe westThe westThe
The fire which wasIn the shed back of ofthe ofthe
the Haldeman Hal eman Cleaning Cle nlng and Dyeing Dyeingplant Dyeingplant Dyeingplant
plant caused about J10 14 damage d m It ItIs Itis
Is believed that spontaneous combus combustion combusUon ¬
tion was responsible responsibleSpecial responsibleSPecial
Special for 30 Days Only On1YWiTII Only1V1TH OnlylYITH
30 Ping Pongs 15c7c 15c 15c75c 15c75c
75c Postal Cards Cards50c SOc doz dozsf
sf 2 Cabinets 85c S tc doz doza
5 Cabinets Cnbinetsu v250 250 doz dozNEWBERRYS dozNEWBERRY dozNEWBERRYS
939 PA AYE N W V
Complete Change in Attttude Atti Attitude Attitude ¬
tude of Photographer PhotographerEvident PhotographerEvident PhotograPherEvident
Evident EvidentThe
The art of photography has passed passedthrough passedthrough
through t a remarkable period ot d dvelopment de development de development
velopment in the
seventeen year cheered cov covered covered ¬
ered by seventeen annual exhibitions of otthe ofthe j
the Capital Camera L mesa Club During this thisperiod thisHIrIod thisperiod
period illustrations by halftone the thediscovery thedbioovery thediscovery
discovery of o the Xray the adapts adaptation d adaptsties t ¬
ties of o the gtiiabiearoraate pmbIo romate process processwith processwith s s1th
with 1th effects derived from multiple multipleprmtJng multipleprinting j jprinting
printing the Genii fluid lens the auto autochrcae autochrone autochrane
chrcae plate the latest t device In color colorphotography oolorpteotography colorPhotography
photography and a large Jar 8 number of ofimprovements ofimprovements
improvements to photographic papers papersaad papersand
and apparatus have entered the field fieldcovered fieldcoyered fieldcovered
covered by photographic experiment oJrMHlmentBeet experimentBest i iBest
Best of all there has come slowly
but surely surelyoiL oiL a oomplete change In the theattitude theattitude theattitude
attitude of the photographer pMto pb toward towardhis toWUdhis towardhis
his work It Jc no longer wager considered as asa asa
a mechanical method of recovering coa coadiUoas conditlota
diUoas of natural scenery or of exact exactreproduction exactreprocIueUon exactuction
reproduction uction but aa art In which their theiris
is ample latitude for individual ex oxprmelon expression exJMM ¬
pression JMM lon an nart art which is as flexible Jexlblelarger as asa asa
a larger art knowledge may demand demanda
an a rt capable of preeeatatioa tatioa of na usture nature Dture ¬
ture In all Jet varied moods both by byday byday byday
day and night t and an art In which whichthe irhlchthe
the pictorianst t hats not ac yet reached reachedthe redMdthe reachedthe I
the full realization u of its possibilities possibilitiesaad
aDd withal still to some extent a pur parwit purwt pursuit
wit of mystery and a constant source sourceof IIOWCeOf sourceof
of new ft achievement t and an occupation occupationfun
fun of ofd delightful tful fascination fascinationThe tue1nat1onThe fascinationThe
The exhibition exh which opened last night nightwith nightWIth nightw
w with thah thahreception a reception and private view to tothe tothe
the exhibitors aDd their tr1end rri ndj wil be beopen beopen beopen
open to day to the general public biic and andcontinue andCODtinue andcontinue
continue dally ia the Hetnicycle Hemicy ule of theCorcoran the theCorcoran theCoret
Corcoran Coret raa Gallery of Art until April AprHinclusive APflllneIuuve < 1inclusive
inclusive contains over 300 picture selected se selected se seMeted ¬
lected by a Jury of selection MI comprised comprisedof ed edot
of leadlnr lead painters of this city The Thework Theworit Thework
work includes Jnclud Inc udes nearly all known pro processes proCPAI8ea procedsea ¬
cesses of photography and contain ex examples exrmph exraaples ¬
amples of the different pictorial schools schoolsla
la the selection the artistic result not notthe DOtthe notthe
the method governed erned the decision of ofta ofthe ofthe
ta the art Jury aDd art expression rather ratherthan ratherthan rathertban
than technical excellence ha has been beengiven beeAyea beengiven
given yea weight weightPictures w weightPictures t tPictures
Pictures of High Standards StandardsIn
In portraiture by photography it itbe s would wouldbe ouidbe
be hard to and in any anyohibition exhibition higher higherstandards hIIterthan highersWadards
standards than those found in th the portraits por portraits pottraits ¬
traits submitted by the Towles studio studioDfgatfled studioDllPltAed studioDigutiled
Dfgatfled carefully lighted well model atodeled modeled
ed they tl ey Llustrate serious effort and a awise awiN awise
wise recognition of the best ideate to toportraiture litportraIture Inportraiture
portraiture W F Peabody Pebod exhibits exhibitssome exhibitssome exhibitssome
some creditable portraits of mn force forceful foroebul orce orceful ¬
ful aDd dominant In their lighting Bg C CO C CO
O Buckingham exhibits a study st studrMother T
Mother and Child which is probably pcobblyODe probably probablyone
one of the strongest appeals to human humaninterest humaninterest humaninterest
interest in th the exhibition This picture pictureis
is a close competitor In popularity with withthe withthe withthe
the famous photographic apblc study known knownas
as The Southern Sou m Madonna of which whichthousands whichthou whichthousands
thousands of copies have been sold soldla OldIn soldIn
In the landscape cape class E E L Crandall CraadallIs da11is
Is conspicuous not only by the large largenumber 1a11felIumber largenumber
number of pictures contained to his ex exhiblt exhibit exhibit
hibit but by the uniform artistic qual quality qualIty quality ¬
ity of his work ode While it Is true thathis that thatate thathis
his selections are from beautiful spots spotsof spotsot dotsof
of natural scenery the work shows an aaartistic anartlstk anartistic
artistic temperament coupled with WIthJmowled a aknowledge aknowledge
knowledge < e of the technique techl que of o photog photography photography photography ¬
raphy which enables him to become becomemore beeomemore becomemore
more the artist than the photographer photographerIn
In this class of landscapes land In which whichnatural whichJULtural whichnatural
natural beauty wisely Interpreted forms formsthe formsthe formsthe
the basis of a picture should 8bou be men mentioned menUoIMCl mentioned ¬
tioned the work of F Lamson Scribner Scribnerwin ScribnerwtM Scribuerwho
win has given giY n to the painters pa1 ters of this thiscfty thtscK thiscity
city cK new De ideas of the beauty beaut of the theGreet theGreet theGreet
Greet Falls of the Potomac and the thepictvresqueness thepictvresqueness
pictvresqueness p1ctore queDe118 of Difficult run and the thequestion theqtMetjOft thequestion
question will no doubt be asked as it itwas itwas
was by the Jury Why Is it that paint painters patnl6nI pafntera ¬
ers have ha not painted as attractively aa aathte 8this asthiar
this thiar
Winfidd Scott Clime Climela
la the ll line e of color photography pbot pohY by brthe bythe bythe
the medium Redia of multiple printing by the
ihraia pmesu tit mark e eWIDeeI4 oftrioadd
WIDeeI4 su s ea c ids va vatbaa aeaat hrNN hrNNthan
tttait B4MMMKT T agerdan t tmtnt Ja 1 1meat
meat Mi dssms dssmsdegree 1M treadwd a
degree esr of frrn exctlhn exctlhnJa > ll aca His cs t mnvTilUuui mnvTilUuuias po de n
Ja monochrome WMII4 be MIIaCdft MIIaCdftexampIM as asexample
example of astioa of apadag g aM sodas
as conveying atmospheric tJ J lIic qualities lal lalthe Ja Jathe isthe
the Introduction 01t of color there is Sat1IDefI eonetimer aofbw aofbwUme
timer the f feeling that the color has not
benefited beM the work but it irhimld M heremembered s srsmemborad
remembered 1 that this la a HB lien of work workaad workthat
uatt that is yet mtbe mtbeaM In the meparimentat stage stageand
and that it is valuable as tb Ute Uteet teat > rst steps stepsf stepsK
et f producing color ptetogtapoy pMtopt upon apaper a apaper aby
paper made by the th thJaIch artmt and 1m a aaMottom amedtm
aMottom which JaIch wa abandoned years yearsago eI8SID yeerage
ago SID in me th belief bd1 that it was 1 witaovt witaovtStedjr wkJaoetStudy wfthoeivaae
Study by b Titus TitusA T1 T1A
A M THus to his gar study eetttted entitledGrattdnah eettttedGraadma tilled tilledOraHm
Graadma has succeeded la presenttag pre proseotlag eat
lag ta quiet < t tet gr grey y tones a charming cbrJDl r pie pietare picture pieture
ture Illustrating the sweetness of 0 a alife aHfe alife
life late Jt to the afternoon of the Journey JourneyIt
It is indeed seldom that so much ot otcharacter otobaracter ofcharacter
character and of o tadera t tenderness eM 3 is found la laphotoffraphy 1nphotoraphy Inphotography
photography L L L w Harmon In inReclu The TheRecluse TheRecluse
Recluse e has given an entirely differ different dttrerent different ¬
ent type Th The surroundings and the thepose tb4po thepose
pose or the model mod are quite uite in harmony harmonywith hatmon hatmonwith
with toe thought of o tAe she title George GtiorgeSteiger George GeorgeSteiger j
Steiger exhibits among other work two twowinter twow1nter twowinter
winter scones In Winters Clutch and andTracks AdTracks andTracks
Tracks in the Snow realistic win winter winter winer ¬
ter er effects well selected and w wail ll < il han handled handled hendled ¬
dled P H Christie Chn tle exhibits some fine finelandscapes fineland finelandscapes
landscapes land peII notable not only Oft for the nat natural Jltural natural ¬
ural jeauty sea ity of the scenery but for the taesympathet thesympathetic theympAtbettc
sympathetic c technical treatment Mr MrChristies MrChri MrChristies
Christies < genre study of a small boy boyMrotUng boyIIUOU1Dg boystrolling
strolling stung a aAth path which leads leadsthrough leAdsthrouct1 leadsthrough
through a gate ana which he has en entitled entJtJed entitled ¬
titled hI I Am Going G g is a fine genre genrestudy gtenretu4y genrestudy
study popular and picturesque que queareAe KaXh KaXhareae Matbrareas
areae Lewis is wall repreeected re repr esected by bystudies byRates bystudies
studies of flowers a class which ch is not notovercrowded DOtcyererowded notovercrowded
overcrowded to this exhibition exhibitionThe exhlbltloftThe exhibitionThe
The SceutThomas Scent ScentThomas ScentThioma
Thomas Schroeder is accurately realis realistic rea1tatic realistic ¬
tic to picture entitled The Scout Scoutwork a awork awork
work so vigorously presented that it to toof Ior Isof
of the illustrative rather that tb the pic plctarisl pictorial storlal ¬
torial quality A AL 3C Titus in A A Misty JIt8tyDay MistyDay
Day gives gtv a rather unusual street streecoeD8 streetscene i iscene
scene but one well worth careful study studyon
on account of its rare atmospheric qual ZuaIItkla qu i ilUs i iitles
itles A Whiter Girl by b R R W Magee Hageete ee
te not only a distinct photographic p sue success suecees quocss ¬
cess but one of high artistic arts is merit and andpleasing andpleasing andpleasing
pleasing in subject Mr Krfagee Magee is also alsorepresented arrpreaented
represented by a pleasing oomport oomportIn composition compositionIn t n nIn
In March Mar to which a a weUknown well known elrcle cir circle circle ¬
cle where w ere cabmen congregate aDd a adistant aclJ adistant
distant church spires have been happilycombined happily happilycombined happilyeombbed
combined in such a manner that theresult the theresult tbereeult
result is valuable as demonstrating demonstra the thepoeetbtlitieg t1Mroe theyoeeibllties
poeetbtlitieg roe of pica pictorial it compositions oompoertionsalong compositionsalone oompo tlon5 tlon5aIoDC
alone well known tho thoroughfares thoroughfaresEdward thoroughre8EdWard nghf r rEdward
Edward Block 1 Ib dramatic raise in his hisCloud hisCIoud lotsCloud
Cloud Bffects and realistic rea1l tic In Off to toMarket toloIarket toMarket
Market to which a drove of cattle aDd aadth aDdthe andthe
th the dust t enveloped road of a beautiful beautifulcountry beutlfulcountry beautifulcountry
country are wisely combined Miss Isabel Is Isabel Isabel ¬
abel Cowlaxn maintains thtalnta < ss her former formerprestige formerpre formerprestige
prestige dge in the preetataUoa Cation of the tMchamtI thecbams
charms of beattttfttl girls of a type that thatcombines tbtcomb1De8 thatcombines
combines not only beauty but intellect iatellectuality intellect1IItq intellectaeeitty
uality Two of her portraits Hilda and andYvoane andYyODDe andYvonne
Yvonne are of attractive interest toterestTbeSaadDaaes interestThe t tT
TbeSaadDaaes TbeSaadDaaesW T The eSand Sand Dines DinesW H HW
W F Peabody chairman of the ex exhibition exhibition enhibition ¬
hibition committee Is Interesting tIDg In his hislandscape hisIandllCepe hislandscape
landscape The Sand Dunes In that thathe thathe thatbe
he has from material not important or orattractive orattracttYe orattractive
attractive to nature produced a work workof workot workof
of high pictorial quality qu Bad d of Dayis Day Dayis DayJ
is another quiet landscape by the same sameartist samerti sameartist
artist in which the artistic tJe tempera t temperament per permeat
1 meat has found strong expression expressionEdward expressionEdward iolLEciward
Edward J Dew Is repre represented eated by but butthree butthree butthree
three pictures If he had only sent one onepicture oneplcture onepicture
picture Relic of Colonial Days a acomposition acolQPO acomposition
composition colQPO showing a picturesque picturesquestreet picturesquestreet q1M q1Mstreet
street of old Yorktown be would still stillbe BtRIbe stillbe
be strongly represented repre This work WGrkUM hathe ha hathe
the quality of an experienced etcher etcherthe etcherthe etcherthe
the composition ceno ldoa of 0 the be artist t and the thetemperament thet8ID thetemperament
temperament t8ID t of a a poet In OR OnGuard OnGuardMr Guard GuardXr GuardMr
Mr Daw has shown his exquisite rend renderlng reDdertng rendering
erlng of tone values and his abilityworkof ability in inwork Inwork
workof work of an architectural quality ThePath ThePath The ThePath
Path is an illustration of the percep perception perceptioa ¬
tioa of this artist and hfe reliance up upon up upon ¬
on simplicity for the strength of hisOne his hiscomposition
composition compositionOne
One of the unique pictures In the ex exhibition exh1bl exhtbttion ¬
hibition is la the Daisy Field byP by byP byP
P H Christie In this the flowers are areobjective areoojectlTe areobjective
objective rath rather r than subjective subjectiveogested or sug suggested MQgetted ¬
gested The T small girl is the only small smallspace smallBlCe t tspace
space which bIeb hides from view th the in innumerable innumerable innumerable ¬
numerable unaccountable mass of dais daisies daIsIe daislea ¬
lea Such a profusion lol1 of flowers te lararoly terarely israr
rarely rar y seen seeaDr 8eeDDt seenDr
Dr Andrew Stewart Is rather mysterious myster mysterious mysterIous ¬
ious In his picture pl ure of a quaint old oldhomestead oldbotlMted oldhomestead
homestead entitled A Remnant of ofEld ofgd I
Eld good photography y picturesque ue selection se seI seIJectJon
lection and a p puzzling ing nomenclature nomenclatureAloag DOmenClatureAIo8g nomenclatureAlong
Along the TowPath by the same sameartist sameIs sameartist
artist Is a commendable < illustration Jhu of
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tee as a member of the State Central Committee Committeefor Conuhittee Conuhitteefor
for Montgomery Countyi CountyHe CountyiHe
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petty politics and think He might then see how to toend toend toend
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has asa toot awarded a ta dN Lantern medal for forVK for1M forll
ll VK by sy th 1M OatvccaHy UId of Notre Dm o oSotrtst of ofSeuUa ofSouth
South Bead lad TIM sxMomeeneat tlRa csment i ia 1tMt is isde
a ade de that tile neaaal to awarded Dr DrXonagbsat DrvV DrMosgbaut
Xonagbsat tr r ate services ae a teacher teacherlld teacherraI teacherhaer
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of tree gad aoMe cKhtenahip cKhtenahipDr edlp edlpDr Ip Ipco
Dr 2MMgfaM K who ill bo sew resides T at atBrookteMl atBroohiaad t tMea
BrookteMl yes as bee Mea a pc OMteent omt figure figureto f gure gureis
to duCTrtcaal I and industrial Iaduet riat fields for forjaay forT forAlley
Alley T years H He has been profeeeor or of ofcommerce ofCOoMICC8 ofoommeres
commerce University of o Wisconsin Wisconsins Wisconsinsince con 1n 1nMDce
since s nee thin 1iII was editor of the Manufactarr Manufac Manufactwc XanutactilMr
twc te J6W and ym and was also dele delegate d delegate i igaM ¬
gate to the Worlds Commercial Comm ercial Con Congress Congn Congrese ¬
gress In InHe UK 31Mfilie UKpaigac
He was soave during tb two caIn caInJMLigM eamPaigas
paigac of tenser Pre Cleveland Clevelandand C1evelndaM
and stump stumped the country for him in in1t in21Ii4
1 1t L He served as consul to Manheim Manheimmay MaaheimGermany
Germany 3S6 3ti81 aad was consul to toCUemnlts toCbeIIazdt toCbenhtdtz >
CUemnlts MW7 MW7arraagemeat 31117ar
arraagemeat ar t of lines fine tonal Qualit qualita ¬
ies and Dl pleasing eestng selection T Brook
White a d to exhibits ome
some foreefnl well w ll ar arranged urranged ¬
ranged portrait studies mar marked led ed by vig ¬
orous lighting mtbar than by an at atemiA
tempt emiA to w work > rk in a lower Photographic
key with some affect Walter Zimmer Zimmerman Zimm Zimmman Zimmerman ¬
man is not as well reoreeented ed as i In
forni5 former yea years and d his adoption of mulii muliibtehroraate
I ple printing and JDlUlpuJatJoa ot gllU
btehroraate romate photography has not Im lmshows
proved h his standard J J X Grlawold GriswoI
shows a a devotional tendency tendea cy In i n her le dr
character 4r study entitled Amen in
which she bas been favored with a
model of exceptional rnality for this 11 L8
Mae lie of work Mrs A A E Murlm makes makesa
her her exhibition debut with a fine study
RIta a bead of a beautiful child hHd
which she has idealized In a very credJt credJtur
able manner C A Phillips In his tu study ur 1
entitled Sheep has handled that diffi ¬
cult c ult photographic problem with artistic
as well a as photographic pftotognpbJeGeing success auceeseGoing successG
G Going ing to ScheelW ScfeeeL ScfeeeLW S eeL eeLw
W S s Adame is Unconsciously uDCOn ttoualy satiric satiricasd satiicaA satiricand
and humorous in his hl picture Going to toSchool toSebooL toSchool
School The picture shows a winter winterlandscape w1nteJltD winterkadacuape
landscape a slight bin hiD and a small smallboy smallboy
boy trudging over the wintry road Not Kotonly Notomlq ot ot0Dy
only is the effect of oCmotioa motion well pre presented preaeatd presented ¬
sented but the effect of the harden hardenof
of books In the bending form of the theboy theboy theboy
boy is almost pathetic One longs for fora
a holiday holds picture tare of ofstar this same young ¬
liter aDd to see the boy have a good goodnme
time time his burden of books cast aside asi e
XT Adams is also represented by an anattractive anattractive
attractive study Evenljg in WhIch wfelchwater whichwad
water sky the moon and a tiny bit bitof bitof
of shore are happily combined
Woodland a clever study of a clump clum clumoC >
of sturdy trees and UA A Lonely Home Homea
a somewhat dreary huxlsoape with a
forlorn house at the top top of the hilL hilLscanty hillscanty
scanty material skillf tly ly treated treated are areother areother
other pictures by the fame artist
Carl Gregory in a uEI El Fuatador > pre presents preHaU presents ¬
sents a typical Mexican study The Thelean There
Jlieture re Is or large she Del the 3lex Mexooetume
lean costume and the convenient cigh cigaret cig ¬
arette a t are extremely realistic It ie toand
historical h and illustrative trt1Te rather than ttanpictorial thanpktoriaL
pictorial pktoriaLThe pictorialThe pletodLTiM
The work of William P Herbst H b8t one oneof oneOf oneof
of the wellknown exhibitors at former formerexalbidoae formerexhibitions
exhibitions eXhJbItloas Is beat appreciated by his hisLake hisLake hisLake
Lake Svaapee X IL a clever bro bromide broDdcIe bromide ¬
mide enlargement in which the tone of ofthe ofthe
the sky the distant shore and the water
bave been treated with a delicacy and andsoftness andsoftness
softness which results re In a tone of re re ¬
finement The only dark note In the thewhole tlhewhole
whole picture Is s tn the small steamer which
has been so weR placed placedthat that It produces
the proper note of contrast In a study studyof
of the head of a beautiful rood modAJ t Dr
Borbst has shown his ability Li a por portrait porwort ¬
trait work The diffusion la this t ills pcture
has been accurately acc rately Judged The result
Is one of pleasing g tone ton and arrangement
R D Miner In A Gloucester Flsh Fishwharf
wharf barf exhibits a picture in which w h ch thearrangement the thearrangement thet
arrangement t of line rather then the
tcne of the picture Is the prominent pronn nt
feature A Country Road by the thesame thesame thesates
same exhibitor Is an Illustration of s spermiaeabte a aper2l apermiseable
permiaeabte per2l 88abl use of a large foreground foresroondwith foregroundwith
with lth pleasing leading liaes and a pic pictorial plctoriel ¬
torial quality unusual when hen the com commonplace commonplace ¬
monplace material is considered
F B Hyde exhibits pictures reminis reminiscent retnlnlsceut reminiscent ¬
cent of a trip In foreign lands One of
fete most interesting picture is that of ofa co coa ofa
a young shepherdess vending a flock or orsheep o ofsheep
sheep While Je this picture has some tech technlcal texhakal
nlcal defects It is nevertheless one onethat onethat
that convinces by Its sincerity and andcharms andcharms andcharms
charms by Its originality One feels feelsthat feelsthat feelsthat
that It is a faithful rwcord rw + cord rd of an actuai actuaievent actuaYt
I event t in which the art impulse Is evl evlident edent evil evil
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the next few fewdays fewdays
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