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2 THE WASHINGTON WAll1NflONTIMES TIMES SATURDAY ATFIWALIAY y MAY 1 y 29 291flL 1009
SENATE WRANGLES 1ELESPrinting WRANGLESOVER RANGLESOVER
OVER GERMAN PAPER PAPERPrinting PAPERPrinting
Printing of Document Con Concerning Concerning Concerning ¬
cerning Foreign Labor Labork LaborStarts
k Starts Lively Debate DebateThp
Thp question of publishing a certain certaindocument certaindocument crtandocument
document s sent nt by the German govern government sovertnent governTnent ¬
tnent to the State Department and con containing containIng contantng ¬
taining statements of various German Germanmanufacturers Germn GermnmlUlufacturers Germanmanufacturers
manufacturers as to the wages wag paid ptll In Invarious in invarious n nvarious
various industries In that country countrystirred countrystlrrtd countryatirred
stirred up all sorts of speechiflcation in inthe tnthe Intile
the Senate today For two hours the theSenators theaenators thesenators
Senators wrangled over this document documentand documentand documentand
and the proposition of having it printed printedIn
In the end It was wlis ordered order d that it be beprinted beprinted beDrlnted
printed a ai soon as it can be translated translatedIn
In the discussion the debate ranged rangedUll rang d
Ull 11 the way ay from international relations relationsbetween relationsbetween relationsbetween
between this country and Germany to tothe tothe o othc
the cost of making razors there thereThe thereThe thereThe
The course of this particular docu document documfnt docu2nrnt ¬
ment has been beenmysterlous mysterious At least it itappears Itappears Itappears
appears that way ay to a good many Senators Senators Sena Bonetors ¬
tors Senator Stone of Missouri brought broughtthe blOUghtthe broughtthe
the matter up first in his speech yester yesterday Y6Sterday yesterday ¬
day afternoon in which he charged chargedAldrjch chargedAldrch chargedAldrjch
Aldrjch Aldrch with suppressing the Informs Information InCormaUon Informslion ¬
lion contained in the document Sev Several Several Soyoral ¬
eral days ago Senator La Follette got gota
a resolution through calling for the thepaper thopaper thepaper
paper This brought forth a letter from fromHunngton fromHuntngton fromHun
Hunngton Hun ngton Wilson Assistant A8f < I tant Secretary Secretaryof
of State to the effect the Finance Committee Commltte Com Cornmittee ¬
mittee had the document and that it ithad Ithad Ithad
had been sent to that body for its in information information InIorxnation ¬
formation This morning when Sons Senators Seniltor Sonstors ¬
tors tell to talking it was wa discovered discoveredtnat discovered111at discoveredthat
that It had found its elusive way oat oatof o oltof t tQf
of the th hands of the Finance Committee Committeeand
and was headed once more for the theState UteState theate
State ate Department DepartmentSent DepartmcnfSent Departrnoz4Sent
Sent To Senate SenateLater SenateLater SenateLater
Later after the debate had been long lengand longand longand
and animated the document doc meRt was sant santback sentbaek santback
back to the Senate by the President Presidentand Presidentand Presidentand
and the messenger arrived at the Capi Capitol Capitol Capttol ¬
tol with it just after the Senators had haddisposed haddisposed haddisposed
disposed of no end of time timeSenator timeSenator timeSenator
Senator Nelson of Minnesota llInne < IOta stlrr stlrrtne Stl l1 l1the
the question up this morning by askh askhthat akhI akhIthat aakIzathat
that the document be translated and andprinted andTinted andprinted
printed Tinted To this La Follette offered the thesuggestion thetiuggestion thenuggestion
suggestion that a brief abstract be beprinted beprinted beprinted
printed He pointed out that to delay delayuntil delayuntil delayuntil
until a translation of the whole could couldbe couldbe
be made might deprive the Senata of in information Information information ¬
formation It needed for weeks weeksSenator weeksSenator weeksSenator
Senator Aldrich took the ground that thatit
it was confidential and that while the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German government had transmitted transmittedit tran ltted lttedft
it he did not think thtnk it ought t tc be pub published published publlshed ¬
lished
Simply Compilation CompilationSenator Compi1atiSenator CompilationSenator
Senator Depew said the document was wassfhiply Watlstmpl wa wasfrnply
sfhiply a compilation of statements of offirms ofllrms offlrrn9
firms and was an effort on the part of ofGerman orGerman ofGerman
German concerns to discredit their theirAmerican theirAmerican theirAmerican
American rivals He thought it could couldhave couldha cou couhave
have ha e no value whatever whateverWe whateverVe
We Ve will all know a lot more about aboutthis aboutthis aboutthis
this document when hen it reaches the Sen Senate Senatt Benate ¬
ate said La LaFoilette Follette sarcastically sarcasticallydenture Ul Ulienture I Iventure
venture to say that it came through the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German ambassador to the State De Department Deartment Dopartrnent ¬
partment artment I believe that any Informa Information Information informstiort ¬
tion the Finance Committee has in its itspossession Itspossession itspossession
possession should be in the hands of the theSenate theSenate
Senate SenateRobert SenateBOSTON SenateBOSTON
BOSTON MAN CHOSENTO CHOSEN CHOSENTO
TO SUCCEED SUCCEEDDURAND SUCCEEDDURANDRQbert DURAND DURANDRqbert
Rqbert F Raymond to Be BeDeputy BeDeputy BeDeputy
Deputy Commissioner of ofCorporations ofCorporations ofCorporations
Corporations CorporationsPresident
President Taft has decided to t4 ap appoint apolnt sppoInt ¬
point olnt Robert F Raymond of o Boston Bostonto
to be deputy d put commissioner comml sloHr of corpor corporations C corport1one rpor rporktlon5 ¬
ations to succeed B Dana Duraad Duraadthe Dura Durandthe d dthe
the new Director of the Census CensusThe CeR8ULThe CensusThe
The nomination probably will be becent beent bePent
cent ent to the Senate in a few days Mr MrRaymond Mrtayrnond lr1rRaymond
Raymond saw the President ye yesterday yester yesterday ter terday ¬
day af afternoon ternoen at wiiieh time the theplace thelace thelilace
place lace was formally tendered him and andhe andbe andbe
be accepted acceptedMr
Mr Ir Raymend has had ha wide experi experience experience experlonce ¬
ence in corporation law and devotes devoteshimself devoteslm8eIf
1 himself tm8el almost exclusively to that thatcharacter thatcharacter thatcharacter
character of practice in Massachu Massachusetts Massachuaetta raBSachu6etts ¬
setts While his appointment IB en entirely en11rely entirely ¬
tirely agreeable to both Senators SenatorsLodge SeRatorsLod SenatorsLodge
Lodge Lod e and Crane It Is understood understoodthat understoodthat Dder tood toodtbt
that he was not t recommended by bythem bythem bythem
them themIt themIt themIt
It is understood that the President Presidenthas Pre Presidentas ldent ldentI1as
has as a high regard for Raymonds Raymondsability Rymondsability Raymondsability
ability as a a lawyer He has never neverbeen neverbeen everbeen
been prominent in politics although althoughhe
he has always supported th the regular regularRepublican reKularHepubJJcan regularRepublican
Republican organization in hiM hl own ownquiet ownquiet ownquiet
quiet way wayMISS wayMISS wayMISS
MISS MORSS TO WED WEDPARIS WEDPARIS WEDPARIS
PARIS May 2SJo tJphlne ephtne MorN Morasdaughter MorNdaughter Morsedaughter
daughter of the late Samuel T K Merge Mergeof MelfCor
or Indianapolis will be married in this thtecity thiscity thl I Icity
city next Tuesday to Robert Loonen a aFrenchman aFrenchman n nFrenchman
Frenchman whom she > > he met in Japan Japanwhile Japanwhile Japanwhile
while traveling around the world with withher withher withher
her mother Miss Moras father was wasAmerican wa waAmerIcan waAmerican
American consul general here from ISM ISMto 1 1to lb I Ito
to 1S37
1S37The The Vital Records RecordsBirths I
< Births BirthsRobert BirthsRobert BirthsRobert
Robert E L L and Hannah R Groom Groomecelrl Groomirl Groomestri
elrl elrlCharles tri irlCharle triCharles
Charles D and Florence E Booton girl KirhiI girli1ttm
1 hiI ihim am M l and Katherine McL JocLeod od girl girlMichael girtMihae1 sri sriMihae1
Mihae1 V a and d B Mle e OConnor 0 Coftnor boy boyHorace ooyHorace boyHorace
Horace M 1 and 4 Antoinette E Fulton FultonRlrl Fultollrl FuItosgirl
girl RlrlBenjamin girlTnamIn rl rlRnJamln
Benjamin and Cella Brooks boy
William S and Nellie Z Paaburii r boy
Edgar Ed ar and Kattie D Browning girL RirLEugene girLEugene irL irLEugene
Eugene W and IHI arae fae U 1 Staple Stap girl siriMarnage girlMarriage girlMarriage
Marriage Licenses LicensesJohn LicensesJohn LicensesJohn
John J 811 Shea and Clara CIa M L Fallen of ofWashington orashinlt 01 t tVaah
Washington WashingtonWalter Vaah ashinlt ington ingtonWalter n nWa1t
Wa1t Walter S Klnback and Vir VIrginia gt nia Ca CtuU CtuUI CsaUnr U Uor
or I New York city cityfharle cityCharlt
fharle haries < < J Dork of Buffalo N Y and andBlanche aadBlanche aw awBlanche I
Blanche S Walbeeer of WaktMiUIOhio Wakeman Wakemanhlo
Ohio OhioWaitP hlo hloWaiter hioWaiter
Waiter H I Plant and Nor U h Ieahy IeahyJoseph IJ Leahyof aby abyor
or Washington WashingtonJoseph Yuhln < < tOD tODJocph
Joseph S Priddy and Mary A Dyaoa Dyaoaof DaotIor t tof
of Hanover county Va VaAndrew VaAndrew
Andrew F Ludw Lud Ludwig and Amanda Hahn Hajinof Hahnof I
of Baltimore BaltimoreMiuh BaltimoreJJwh Baltimore7Juh
Miuh B FltageraU and Jane V Allen Allenof Ala Alaor Aflenof
of Washington WashingtonIWadc V8s1dgtoRWade Vashlns ton tonWade
Wade H Oaburn O bum and JSM IMe e G Humph Humphrey ¬
rey of Washington WashingtonDeaths WashhggtonDeaths
Deaths DeathslAdia DeathslJd1a J
Lydia E French M I years Waskutgtait WaskutgtaitAsyJum WuagtoAslum WaahtlngtoiAsylum Ft
Asylum HomltaJ HomltaJHenry HtalHenry HoltalHenry
Henry Delle ill years United Untt States Sol Soldiers SoIIer Eeldiera ¬
diers Ier Home HomeAnraham HODMAbraham Homethraham
Abraham Depew Depe 74 years J Grovftrnment GrovftrnmentHoRpltal GovmllMfttao t tIjospital
HoRpltal ao pltaJ for Insane InsaneJfthn laaaeT6hn Insanehn
Jfthn hn W V Lauderbach 67 years 1M Govern Government GfWernent Governmerit ¬
merit ent Hospital Hosttltal for Insane InsaneHospital InReJobn InsaneJohn
John Rlln BvanbU SO ear eareWaahington Wuhington Asybur Iilum U U3osplal i
Hospital BDspl 3osplalI I I
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PUT PATTEN PROFIT PROFITAT PROFITAT PROFITAT
AT THREE MILLION MILLIONOperators ltlILLIONOperators MILLIONOperators
Operators Declare Famous Corner Most Successfully SuccessfullyHandled SuccessfullyHandled SuccessfullyHandled
Handled Campaign in History His ory of Market MarketStatistics MarketStatistics MarketStatistics
Statistics Show Sho Startling Sta ctIing Figures
CHICAGO May 29 DHow How nuch does do doJJtu
Jhii Patten mako makeOne makoOne
One of the liveliest months thc t e wheat wheatmarket wheatmarket wheatmarket
market has known since the fall of tho thofamous thofamous thefamous
famous Letter corner of 1868 will end endwhen endwhen endwhen
when the noon hour comes the close closeof closeut closeof
of the delivery day dayThe dayThe
The operators would like to know how howPatten howPattm howPatton
Patton did It The farmer wants to toknow toknow toknow
know when he will do It again But Butthe Butthe Butthe
the great mass ma of people known as the thegeneral thegfneral thegeneral
general public > ubUc is most Interested In Inthe Inthe
the question of the wheat kings profits promtsPatten profitsPatten
Patten himself wont tell But the esti estimate esUmate ¬
mate derived from the number of ofbushels ofbushels ofbushels
bushels supposed to have been traded tradedIn
In by him and his partners the brokers brokersfigure brokeraflgure
flgure out today that since September Septemberwhen Septemberwhen Septemberyhen
when the construction of his corner cornerbegan eornerbegan
began Patten has realized 30 cents a abushel abushel abushel
bushel on about 17000000 bushels This ThisAS ThisFISHERMEN rhlsFISHERMEN
FISHERMEN APPEAR APPEARAS
AS IF FROM DEATH OEAfflPassengers DEATHPassengers I IPassengers
Passengers Picked Up From FromSinking FromSinking FromSinking
Sinking Craft Are AreBrought AreBrought AreBrought
Brought Ashore AshoreNSW
NSW NlI YORK May ray 23 Involuntary JInvoluntarypfUeeng6i8 Involuntarypassengers
passengers on the French liner L La > a Lor Lorraine Lorraine ¬ i
raine Henri Aubert and Adelphe La Lachesre Lac11Cre Lacbevre ¬
chesre Fronch fishermen were landed landedhere landedhere landedhere
here todny and the French Fren h consul at atonce atince atonce
once cabled their relatives in France Francethat Francthat Francehat
that t they the would come back to their theircountry tbelrcountry theircountry
country as from the dead They were wererescued wererescued
rescued more than 100 miles from shore shoreone shoreone shoreone
one week a aio o today todayLa toda todaLa
La Lorraine left Havre on Saturday Saturdaylast
last l and five hours later ran into a adense adense adense
dense fog She was in the vicinity of ofthe orthe ofthe
the fishing fleet and her siren was waskept waskept 8s 8skept
kept going while her speed Vas a atrifle Rtrifle arifle
trifle t reduced Suddenly the lookout lookoutpicked 100kGutPIcked lookoutpicked
picked up with his glass a fisherman fishermandirectly tlshermandlrectl fishermanirectly
directly dlrectl d ahead but before speed could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be reduced the big steel prow of ofLa oCLa ofLa
La Lorraine cut the frail craft in two twoThere twoTherl twoThere
There was s a crew of three aboard but butone butone butone
one Auste fSullemetre uJlemetre the captain captainwas captainwas captainWLS
was hit by the bow of La Lorraine LorraineRjjd LorraineaId
aId crushed to death going down with withhis withbls
his boat boatIn boetIn boatIn
In less than a minute alter the sloop sloopwas sloopwas sloopwas
was rammed Captain Torunlera brought broughtLA
LA Lorraine to a stop A lifeboat lifeboatwas Uteboatwa lifeboatwas
was wa lowered and tho th two survivors survivorspicked survlYorspicked survivorspicked
picked from the ocean Passeugve Pa eugtII on onLa onLa onLa
La Lorraine took up a subscription subscriptionor
for f or the men and they will be laken
back to France on the steamer on her hernext hernext
next trip tripSCIULTZ tripSCHULTZ
SCHULTZ JURORS JURORSLIKELY JURORSLIKELY JURORSLIKELY
LIKELY TO AGREE AGREERequest AGREERequest AGREERequest
Request to Examine Wit Witnesses Witnesses Witnesses ¬
nesses Indicates Determi Determination Detfrmination Determination ¬
nation to Reach Verdict VerdictIndicating VerdictInclf VerdictIndloating
Indicating Inclf g a determination to reach a avardfet averdlet averdlet
verdlet the jury jur in the trial of Calvin CalvinJohnson C CalvinJohnson Jvtn JvtnJohnson
Johnson charge with the murder of ofWaiter or1ralter ofWaiter
Waiter P Schultz this th morning came cameinto cameInto cameinto
into the corporation e court in Alexandria Alexandriaand
and requested permission penn l8lon to crossexam crossexamine cr088examIne ¬
ine some o4 the witnesses The case casewas caeewas casewas
was given to the jury shortly before beforemidnight beroremidnight beforemidnight
midnight midnightReports midnightHeport midnightReports
Reports were in circulation before beforecourt betorecourt beforecourt
court opened that the Jury could not notagree notCon notagree
agree Considerable Con iderable satisfaction was U ex expressed expre oxpieseod ¬
pressed pre sed by all au parties including the ac accuaed Ic Iccused c ccu
cuaed cu > > ed man when the jury ur came Into Intocourt Intocourt intocourt
court and made its requet UNt which Judge JudgeBarley JudgeBarley
Barley at once granted Several wit witnesses wltne witflosses ¬
nesses ne e including Henry Smith whose whoseoonfes who whoseoonfesslon e eoonfe
oonfes oonfesslon ion caused the indictment of ofhime orhimself ofhimself
hime himself lf with Johnson and two l4 other ne negroes negJOU nowere
groes were aent ent for Jurors Pitta Kirk Kirkand Kirkand Kirkand
and New expressed a desire especially
to question que Uon Smith W N Rlttenour Rlttenourand
and Frederick J Garbey
Garbey is the police officer who ho testi testified t testifled U Ued ¬
fled ed to putting an overcoat upon Smith SmithIn
In the station house to enable Bitten Rlttenour Rittenour Bittenour ¬
our to determine whether or not Smith Smithwas SmithWIi Smithwas
was the negro who boarded bo rded a car in inAlexandria InAlexandrta inAlexandria
Alexandria with lth a white man resem ¬
hung Schultz not long before Schultz Schultzwas Schultzwas Schultzwas
was apparently murdered The general generalimprewlon generalImpre generaImpression
Impression Impre 8lon in the courtroom wee that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this scene in the station house would be bereenacted bereenact bereenacted
reenacted reenact when the witnesses reached reachedthe reachedthe I Ithe
the courtroom courtroomWhen courtroomWhen courtroomWhen
When Judge Barley had ordered the thewitnesses thewitnesses
witnesses Itn s required r < to be summoned into intocourt Intocourt Intocourt
court he gave ave the Jury the typewritten
instructions Jn tructionB and they left the room to
deliberate further In the meantime
Johnson John on sat t in the prisoners pen penguarded penguaiIed
guarded by an officer and apparently apparentlynot
not greatly discouraged over his hi poettion poet position HHII ¬
tion Commonwealths Attorney Brent Brentwho 1Ir8lltwho Brentwho
who prosecuted the case against John Johnson Johnson ¬
son expressed his hi confidence that the
Jury would agree upon a verdict of ofguilty orguilty ofguilty
guilty guiltyThe guiltyrhe guiltyThe
The case against Johnson 1ot P80n Is stronger
than th that against any of the other four fourmen fourIRen fourmen
men he Mid d because we were able
to produce Ioduce the bloodstained clothing
found in Johnsons room the moat ef ¬
fective evidence This Thl we havent got I
in the other cases Around the court
house a crowd of about 1W people lln llncase IInred
ered red waltlnn for the Jury to report
rater interest < In the case was wa more intense
than U Q at any time during the week and
rumors are freely circulated regarding
the attitudo of the Jurymen Friends Friendsjurats
of the prisoner declare that a majority
of the jurats are for his h acquittal acquittalHie acquittalThe acquittalThe
The aches and ills 111 of cof coffeeslugged cortoeslugged ¬
feeslugged nerves head and andstomach andstomach andstomach
stomach disappear when one onechange onechanges onechanges
changes to wellboiled wellboiledThe wellboiledPOSTUM I IPOSTUM
POSTUM POSTUMrhe
The liquid food beverage tJiaf tJiafmakes fhMmakea thumakes
makes the rich red blood of ofgood If Ifood bfgood
good ood health healthTheres healthTheres healthTheres
Theres a Reason
I
i would make his winnings something somethingover sometbinhover
over o ver 3000000 Here is the record of the thtPalten thePatten
Patten deal so far as outsiders can canbUese cangeese
geese in a a nutshell nutshellMay nutshelllItlfily nutshellMy
May wheat bought 17000000 bushels bushelsCash bushtlsCILSh bushelsCash
Cash wheat bought 4000000 bushels bushelsProfits bushelsProfits bushelsProfits
Profits to farmers from advance advancfOOio 50
000000 000000Losses 0 00000Losses
OOio
Losses el to Wall Street 2600000 2600000Lowest 600000Lowest OOOOO OOOOOLowest
Lowest price paid by b Patten for May Maywheat Maywheat
wheat beat yLfK yLfKHighest LOHighest 1Dt 1DtHlghMt
Highest price of the season for May Maywheat Maywheat Maywheat
wheat wheatOperators Jl354 1Jt 1JtOperatoNJ
Operators call ft the most success successfully successfully successully ¬
fully f handled campaign in the history of ofthe orthe ofhe
the t he market Xotiiiig spectacular was wasexpected wasexpected wasxpected
expected e when thfi market opened to today today today
day dayPattens
Pattens insistence Inslst ° nce that his operations operationshave operationshave operationshave
have worked wo harm or hardships to tothe tothe tohe
the t he people seems likely to be upheld upheldThe uph upheldThe ld ldThe
The farmers of the country have haveprofited haHproftted haverofited
profited p rofited enormously by his high prices pricesWhere pricesWhere liccs liccsThere
Where There did his profits come from
Operators here say Wall Tall Street StreetSEVEN StreetSEVEN
SEVEN MEN KILLED KILLEDI
IN POLITICAL FIGHT FIGHTf FIGHTFactions
f Factions in Costa Rica Clash ClashAfter ClashAfter ClashAfter
After Slaying of Po Policeman Polieeman Policeman ¬
liceman licemanNJBW
NJBW ew ORLEANS ORLE S May ray 29 29Dispatches 29Dispatchesdky Dispatch Dlsp tchIJ tchIJtC
tcday tC t dky filY say that at t Port Limon Costa CogtaRica COlltRica Costatica
Rica I seven men wre killed and andtwelve andtwelvewounded twelve twelvewounded twelvawounded
wounded in an encounter between the theDemocrats theDemocrats thaDemocrats
Democrats and An Republicans RepubIicans at San SonPedro SanPedro SanPedro
Pedro Mojon MojonThe 1IIojon1he MojonThe
The trouble arose over the killing of ofa ofa ofRepublican
a Republican policeman by a Democrat DemocratPrecipfo DemocratPreclpf DenocratPrecipi
Precipfo Arena leader of the Demo Democrats Democrats Demorals ¬
crats o rals was stabbe but will recover recoverMORE recoverMORE recoverMORE
MORE STEVEDORES STEVEDORESJOiN
JOiN THE STRIKERS STRIKERSStranded STRIKERSStraded STRIKERSStranded
Stranded Passengers Demanding DemandingThat
That French Government Come Cometo
to Their Relief ReliefMARSEILLES Relief1AHSEILLES ReliefMARSEILLES
MARSEILLES May ray 29 9TVo Two thou thousand thousand thouand ¬
sand s longshoremen were laid off ot to today today toay ¬
day d ay as a result of the sailors strike strikeFive strikeFive strikeFive
Five more ships have been deserted desertedby deSertedby
by their crews and 100 stranded pas passenger passenger peaengers ¬
senger a are demanding that the thegoy thegoyernment gOY government gOYernment ¬
ernment do something to relieve the thesituation thesituation thesituation
situation situationThe situationThe situationThe
The government has promised to todo tothis todo
do this this Commerce at the local port portis
is i s practically dead and the trade of
the t he entire country Is being crippled crippledWoman crippledMISS crippledMJSS
MISS ADAMS DEAD
96 YEARS OF AGE AGEX1oman AGEWoman
Woman Among Oldest Resi Residents Residents Residents ¬
dents of Alexandria AlexandriaPasses AlexandriaPasses AlexandriaPasses
Passes Away Today TodayWASHINGTON TodayWASJnNGTO TodayWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU BUREAUALEXANDRIA BUREAUA BWtnAljALXADItIA
ALEXANDRIA A DRIAY VA A MAY 1 1Mis 21 21lU8 IIMiss
Miss Bliza Adams dam one of the oldest oldestresMente oldeBtrukleltt oldestresidents
residents of this thlscll city died at her home home1S homeSouth
128 I South Washington street this morn morning mornIng morneg ¬
ing l eg Mtae Adams was ninetysix years yearsof yearsof y ars arsof
of age a e No arrangements have set setbeen xetbeen ytbeen
been made for her funeral funeralAlexander funeralAlexander funeralAlexander
Alexander Council Junior Order of ofUnited orCnUed ofLnited
United American Mechanics will hold holdmemorial holdmemorial holdmemorial
memorial services tomorrow The exerctoea QX8fcI8 ex oxercises
erctoea will be held In the National NationalCemetery NationalCemeterY NationalCemeter
Cemetery Cemeter and will start at S oclock In Inthe Inthe inhe
the t he afternoon aftenoon The exercises will open openwith openwith openwith
with an invocation by the Rev W Yo F FWatson FVatsofl FWatson
Watson pastor pa tor of the First Baptist BaptistChurch BaptistChurch BaptistChurch
Church which will be followed by th thsinging the thesln thesinging
singing sln ng of hymn by b a choir under the thedirection thedirection thedirection
direction of J T Preston PrestonTh PrestonThe PrestonTI
Th The Alexandria Light Infantry will go goon goon goon
on Monday evening to the National XationalCemetery NatlogalCemetery NationalCemetery
Cemetery and fire fir a saiuts over the thegrave thegrave thegraves
grave of the soldiers burled there thereThe there thereThe thereThe
The funeral of the late Mrs Irs Annie M MAtwell 1IAtwell MAtweii
Atwell was held from the undertaking undertakingparlors undertakingparlors undertakingparlors
parlors of William fIIlam H Demalne Son Sonn SonIn SonIn
In > n King Jln street this afternoon and was waslargely waslargely wasltrgeiy
largely attended The Th Rev P P Phil Phillips PhllllPs Philips ¬
lips llPs pastor of St Pauls Protestant Protestantepiscopal ProtestantEpiacopal ProtestantBpiicopal
episcopal Church Chur < < h conducted the funeral funeralSftrvt C1 funeralservie > neral neralflervl
Sftrvt n n1 < 1 tlir tlirBethel U hrh1 W W5 Fe m1t1 In InBethel InBethel
Bethel Cemetery CemeteryMrs CemetoryMrs
Mrs Emily mliy A Richards Rlchar s died at her herhome herhome herhome
home 1M South Royal street last even evenIng evenIng evenlug
Ing Mrs r Richards was eighty years df dfage dfIIge ofage
age Hor funeral will be held tomorrow tomorrowafternoon tomorrowatlernoon tomorrowafternoon
afternoon and the burial will be made madein madeIn madein
in Bethel Cemetery CemeteryTJi CemeteryrJte CemeteryI
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TJi rJte fe Boys Brigade under the com command comlfta cornnlsn4I ¬
mand lfta d of Capt J W T Monroe thi this morn mornIng mornIng mornIng
Ing boarded the electric cars and took a atrip atrip atrip
trip to Washington Va hlngton where they the will willcompete willcompele willcompote
compete with a Washington boys bri brigade brigade brigade ¬
gade for a gold goldThe cup cupThe cupThe
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The executive board of the Virginia Virginiabranch Vhglnlabranth Virginiabranch
branch of the International Order of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Kings Daughters and Sons will willmeet wtllmeet willmeet
meet in Alexandria Monday May 31 31Do 31Do 31Do
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as ta it should be your eyes till tiroeasily tillpasHy tireeasily
easily and your our head feel feellieavy feelheavy feelheavy
heavy its High time you con consulted conNIJlted eOnsuited ¬
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Alan Cured by Shock Sho k Is Now NowBeliever NowBeliever NowBeliever
Believer in Auto Autosuggestion Autosuggestion Autosuggestion ¬
suggestion suggestionThe
The strange recovery of VlrsH 1 t Poling Pollnswho Poll Pollwho Polingwho
who for ten years had been a helpless heiplescinvalid helple helpleImaJtd helplessinvalid
invalid unable to walk alk and requiring requiringassistance reQulrl reQulrlatance requiringassistance
assistance when eating or dressing in insensible Insen Insensible ¬
sensible sen lble to any sort of pain In his al almost almOtit almost ¬
most paralyzed limbs but who can now nowwalk nowwalk nowwalk
walk and eat and dress dre e Just about as aseasily asaally aseasily
easily as another man is today something something some something
thing of a mystery mysteryPoling mysteryPoling rst > ry ryPoling
Poling who lives at 1016 101 Sixth street streetnorthwest streetnorthweat streetnorthwest
northwest with his wife and daughter daughterwent daughtorwent daughterwent
went to sleep still an invalid About Aboutoclock 2 2oclock 2oclock
oclock one morning mornln his wife awoke at atthe althe atthe
the sound of something BOmet lng falling to the thefloor thefloor thefloor
floor Poling was not In bed and 1d she shesaw she88W shesaw
saw him walking across the room roomHis roomHI roomHis
His HI little daughter screamed Oh Ohfather Ohfather Ohlather
father youre walking It was dis discovered d18covered discovered ¬
covered that a section of plaster had hadfallen hadtaUen hadfallen
fallen fallenThat fallenThat I
That was the first time since June 1 I1JOi 1II
11 1JOi that Poling has walked unaided unaidedbut unaidedbut unaidedbut
but this morning he ne went all about his hisapartment hisapvtment hisapartment
apartment to show a reporter how easy easyItIs easyIt easyttls
It ItIs III for lore a man whos well welljuto woliAutosuggestion
juto Autosuggestion uggestlon the neurogolists neurogolistscalled neurogoUslscaned neurogolistscalled
called it said Poling referring to Ills Illsrecovery blsrocovery hisrecovery
recovery this thl morning Lots Lotso of them themhave themhave themhave
have been here and have looked at me meI meI I II
I suffered from what they called non neurastheniahysteria neuI neuIrathenlahyaterla nonrastheniahysterla ¬
rastheniahysteria i believe and they theytold theyj theytold
told me that recoveries from sudden suddenshocks i ishocks I Ishock
shocks like I received are not exceed exceedingly exceedIngly exceedingiy ¬
ingly rare rar The shock of thenoise the noise of ofthat otthat ofthat
that falling plaster seems to have havecaused havecaused havecaused
caused my return to he heUh heUhr 1th 1thI
I am so happy over it that I really
don t know what to say It looks like likethe likethe likethe
the Providence of otGod God A few weeks weeksago weeksago weeksago
ago you could hold a lighted candle candleagainst candleagainst candleagainst
against my flesh and I would smell it itburn Itburn itburn
burn but feel nothing Why hy and andPoling andPoling andPoling
Poling slapped the post of the bed near nearwhich noorhlch nearwhich
which hlch he was sitting Ul I had no more morefeeling moreteelhlg morefeeling
feeling in my leg than titer Is in that thatbedpost thatbedpost thatbedpost
bedpost and Just to sh sJIV T what he hecan hecan hecan
can do now he got up ind nd walked walkedaround walkedaround walked111OUR
around 111OUR again againI
I long ago made up my mind that thattho thatthe thatthe
the only way to conquer this disease diseasewas dlse diseasewas se sewu
was to fight it If I had given up I Iwould Iwould Iwould
would have been dead in six months monthsI
I tried to occupy my mind all I could couldand couldand L Land
and would not worry I know that I Imust Imuet ImuSt
must have been irritable and nervous nervousand nerYOUBlind nervousand
and I am so happy to think that now nowI
I will not be such a trouble 1 my mywife mywUe mywife
wife wifePoling wUePoUng wifePoling
Poling came to Washington fourtein fourteinyears fourtEnyea18 fourternyears
years ago from Leeaburg Va He w WI WIfn wrs wrsIn > ts tsIn
In the grocery business In Washington Washingtonwhen Washingtonwhen WRhlnJtonwnen
when he met with the accident which whichbrought whichbrought whichbrought
brought on his sickness On June 1 11M Ilito
18 1M he fell from a street car and suffer suffered sufrered suffered ¬
ed a double dislocation of the hip An Anoperation Anoperation Anoperation
operation gave him the use of his limbs limbswith limbswith limbswith
with crotches A short time later he hewas hewa hewas
was wa thrown while attempting to board boarda
a street car and struck on the base baseof baaeof baseof
of the spine spineWhat spineWhat spineWhat
What Congress Did DidIN
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A long debate was stirred up over the theQuection theQueatlon thequestion
question of printing a certain docu document document documerit ¬
ment relating relaUn to wages and coat of ofproduction orproduction ofproduction
production sent to thus country by tao taoGerman 11 11Georman tmGerman
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Committee on Public Expenditures to toexamine toexamine 0 0examine
examine into the receipts and expend expenditure experttltur exper4Ituree ¬
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business methods of the departments departmentsSenator dePartmentsSeDfiltor departmentsSenator
Senator Root addressed the Senate 011 onthe 011the 011the
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NEW YORK May 2S ITeJIlUves ZC1elatlvesand ITeJIlUvesand Relatives Relativesand
I and friend8 of the Rev George Way Wavcrly Va Varl
crly rl Briggs thirty years ago adntlt adntltj adnilttedly
j tedly the greatest revivalist the South Southlover Southi South1ever
lover 1ever i > er produced rallied to his hI aid to toilav tolav today
day when J e was arraigned In the theHarlem
Harlem police court oh on a charge of oflarceny orlaneny oflarceny
larceny arvl set on foot the machinery machineryto
to have him sent to a sanitarium sanitariumj sanitariumwhere
i j where he le can have the care made nec neci
i pssary s ary by b tQ falling Un mentality mentalityHe
I He presented a pitiable picture pictureiwlien pictureI picturearraigned
when I arraigned before the magls maglstrato maglstrate magistrate
trate showing that he was In no way wayresponsible wayrsponslble wayresponsible
responsible for his indiscretions He Hefwcs HeWvs
fwcs was weeping and failed to fully rec recognize recognlze recognize
ognize relatives who were present presenti
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I i age he 1 was stooped like a man of ofninety orI ofninety
ninety nlnt > ty and his face was deeply lined linedBeats JlnedHARBAN linedHARBAN
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IN MORNING ROUND ROUNDBeats
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over tho Columbia Club links this morn morning mornIng mornbig ¬
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J N Sterrett attar being bel pushed Into Intothe Intlthe intothe
the finals without a single preliminary preliminarymatch prelimInarymateh preliminarymatch
match all his early oponeftts forfeiting forfeitingwon forlplUngwon forfeitingwon
won the fifth consolation sixteen xteen froze frozeCharles fro froCharles froCharles
Charles Johnson by four and three threeTho threerite threeFhe
rite Chevy Chase veteran vete had but lit little little littIe ¬
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The match concluded on the fifteenth fifteenthhole ftfteenthhole fifteenthhole
hole A silver mounted glass gla ash tray traywill traywill trayWI
will WI be awarded the winner at the con conclusion cotelusion coielusion ¬
elusion of the tournament this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon noonW noonV noonIV
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consolation sixteen winning from G F FBrcwney FBrcwney FBrewney
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NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION DISSOLlTIONNoUce Notice is ishereby Ishereby ishereby
hereby given that the firm of Carrington CarrlngtonJohns CarringtonJohns CarringtonJohns
Johns 817 13th street northwest was
dissolved by mutual consent April 3019W 3019Wmy298t 30 1908 1908my492t 1900my29it
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I beg to announce that I will continue conUn conUnto continueto I Ito
to represent as managing agent the theFederal theFederal theFederal
Federal Union Surety Company of In Indianapolis Indianapolis ¬ j
dianapolis Ind Room No 4 I 817 13th 13thstreet 13thstreet I Istreet
street northwest northwestmy2P2t j j
my2S2t R C CANNOUNCEM2NT CARRINGTOX j jAlfirOTIKCEMENT
ANNOUNCEMENT AlfirOTIKCEMENTI I
I beg to announce that I will continue
to represent ropte ent as managing agent ent the
Standard Accident Ins Co of Detroit
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indicating i the use of drug He wa waordered Wu wasordered Wuordered
ordered detained until his lUsca case a can be benvestlgrted
Inveatlgi i investigated d and nd tho magistrate de decide decld decidem ¬
cide cld vimt Wiia I h best to do for him himBrlRsrs himllll himBzIggS
BrlRsrs llll Ss tas been v livins with a abrotierinnaw abrot1erln abrotierinaw
brot1erln brotierinnaw > aw In the Bronx and he hewas hewas hewas
was arrested last night fciarged larged with withcnrrylngr withnrrylng witharrying
c cnrrylngr away a contribution box of
the lie Sunshine Society Societ from rota an uptown
drug store The box was found on
him h im and he admitted the theft while whilea
a search of his clothing revealed r ealed forty fortypawn fortypawn fortyawn
pawn p awn tickets ranging from 20 cents centsto centto centso
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baYing bllcome addicted to the drug drugvlien
Tvhen hen 111 and broken down In Mem lIemphis
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Dr BrIggs was graduated from the
University of Alabama and was for foryears forears forears
years y ears a pastor In Galveston where > he heUT heonducted heonducted
c < onducted revivals that el eFcir1fied tritler1 an
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and L ate Ulysses G B Pierce minister
946 9 a m Sunday school and class for or the thecomparative th thcomparative
comparative atUd study eC religion 11 a m mmorning mmornln
morning mornln service sermon by Rev John Van
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THE COVENANT COVENA T TEXT TE TENTItch Tlkb 16th 1t and Monroe Monroesta Mearossta I rO rOsUJ
sta Sunday evening services tJer > olces 8 oclock Dr
Cha Wood will preach 73 735 38 p ra musical musicaiservice muslcaillervlee musicalservice
service led by a a quartette qua rtette from the Soldier
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end of Mt Pleasant ear line it itCALVARY 1tCLVARY itCALVAIIY
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Eighth and
H ate N W V Rev Samuel amnel H Greene D
D pastor 330 a m Sunday school P H
Briatow superintendent Public worship I
with sermons by the pastor 11 a m and Jd S Sp Sp
p m Teachers T chens Bible Club Thursday Tbursda 7 7p 7p 7p
p m Church prayer meeting S p m at En ¬ I
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Subject Ancient and Modern Necromancy = ecromatKy
or Mesmerism and Hypnotism Sunday
school 11 a m Wednesday evening Meet ¬ I
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S W Rev John E Briggs the new pastor Nistowill pastorwill
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