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Decline to Accept Confi Confidence Confidence Confidence ¬
dence Resolution Resolutidn n as asWeakening asWeakening asWeakening
Weakening WeakeningPRKJS WeakeningPRJSCENSORSHI WeakeningPRES
Only Three Officers Are tre re Allowed Allowedto
to Furnish Information to toNewspapers toNewspapers toNewspapers
Newspapers NewspapersThe
The > 8ocaTted socf11Iedhullllrgt Snsttrsoit faction tc on of u thg thgDaughters t th thDaughters ci ciDaubhters
Daughters of the t t34 8 American Revolwtlo Revolwtlotoday RevoJuowtoliay RBVOtULIOIWtoday
today declined to acoopt as any Inul Inulcation Inwcation n ncation
cation of a weakening we kenl1g ot their cause causein CMISttn cMIseIn
in the real and everoantimiod fight bbt be between between between ¬
tween the two factions the resolution resolutionof
of < t confidence in Mrs Mr Matthew T Scott Scottpresident ScottpresIdent ScottDreadent
president general at the final summer summermeeting aummermeeting I Imeeting
meeting of the national board boardThe boardThe I IThe
The insurgents say that they have havenever bavetever
never made a pretense of controlling controllingthe
the national board putting up but few lewcandidates fewcandidates fewcandidates
candidates therefor and being content contentto
to t name five of the national officer officerThe oIT1cerThe
The last meeting of the board before beforeOctober betorOtober btoreOctober j
October held yesterday afternoon re resulted r rsult rS rS2ultcd ¬
sulted sult d in the commendation of Mrs MrsScotts Mr MrScotts MrsScotte
Scotts policy and the decision to estab establish oatab11Sh ostabis1 ¬
lish is1 a rigid censorship over press JM re reports reports reports ¬
ports emanating from D A R head headQuarters headquarters heediuartera
Trouble In Camj CamjAn CamlAn CatnrAn
An Insurgent said t d teday that tfte tte un understood undErstood underetood ¬
derstood the vote an e 1e tb commendatory commendatoryresolution e conufiefldathryresolution mmeltdatoryresolution
resolution to tobRv haVo been boenl 1 to t 12 J One Oneof Oneof Oi Oiof
of the admmlBtstttlonlsts admtnl atl nlS13 s Slda da th thftle re was wasno waso
no o recorded record t vote v te and the motion pre prevailed preaUed proaIIed ¬
vailed aUed without opposition although althoughsome althoughQme uUwughsome
some Qme members qf the th board bonlJU8 jure re openly openlyinimical openlyinimical openlyinimical
inimical to the present l ent adntlntetratloa adntlntetratloapolicy adDllnlatr adi1nItrattonpOlicy tton ttonpblly
policy policyThere pbllyThere pOlicyThere
There was some criticism crltl sm1n In insurgentiuarters Insurgent Insurgentquarters Insukgentquarters
quarters today concerning the thopr888 press cenr cenrsorshlp cen cen8orshlp cen8orslilp
sorshlp the attitude takon t ken being that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the society had always stood for free freedom tr treeCorn e edom ¬
dom of speech The board voted that thatonly thatonly thatonly
only Mrs Scott cott Ml3 1nselIl1y Mary Wticox re recording reorQlng reeor4ing ¬
cording secretary and Mrs Mabel Q QSworrastedt GSwonnstedt 0Sworrustedt
Sworrastedt corresponding secretary be bepermitted bepermItted bepermitted
permitted tp t give gIVel iv iaporte t to t the press pressand presatand presand
and that the information inf rmatlon should be cen censored censored censored ¬
sored by the tbetbro tbetbroRoutme throe throeRoutine th thRouthie
Routine Business BusinessConsiderable Businessfonsldcrabl Businessronsidcrable
Considerable routine rou ne business busl as was wastransactedat wastritnsactedati1i wastransacted
transactedat tritnsactedati1i transacted at the final final In meeting meeUn eilD of the thesummer theZ5 thesUmmer
Z5 summer mmtr months Arrangements A Arraugerneetsmade were weremade Vere Veremnde
made for the formal opening of Coaj Coa Coat1nental Coiatinentat
tlnental Hall now nowthe ii hear 8r completion Com letlon letlonthe ami amithe
the moving of the national headquarters headquartersduring h hAadquRttOrsduring wqU rt rs rsduring
< during September Sep mber or October The District Dts pla1rlt j jtrlct
trlct Daughters were given a room in inthe jitthe i ithe
the hall for their regular meetings meetlQgsTho meetingsThe j
Tho following rebuke to those tJ1o e who iyhohave whohave ho hohave
have criticised the present president presidentgeneral presidentgtneral presklentgeneral
general and expression of confidence in inMrs inMrs InMia
Mrs Scott was ptt pDe pan sd on nmoUoJ motion of ofMrs orMrs ofMrs
Mrs Bates of Massachusetts MassachusettsWhereas Maseachus MassachusettsV1ereas tts ttsvtereas
Whereas from time to time e mmunl cemmunttatlons cemmun1catIons mmunlcatlons
catlons reflecting upon the good name nameof namet nameof
of t the National Society of the Daugh Daughters Danghters DlLIghters ¬
ters of the American Revolution are cir circulated clrtulated circulated ¬
culated through the th pr press by Irresponsi Irresponsible ¬
ble parties working great injury injnryto to t the thesociety theIoct thesoctety
society Ioct ty and preventing many women womenfrom women womenfrom womenfrom
from joining It who would otherwise be become beome become ¬
come members adding thereby to its itsdignity itsdIgnity Itsdignity
dignity prestige pr stlge and renown renownResolved renownResolved renownResolved
Resolved That as our president gen general general genoral ¬
eral Mrs Matthew 1 > T Scott hag been beenOe beent beente
Oe t le target of these willful attacks we weexpress wexpress weexpress
express our absolute absoluteoonAdence confidence in her herloyalty herloyalty herloyalty
loyalty to the constitution and her herability herablUty herability
ability to forward the thehlgh8t highest 1ntere interest interestof t tof
of the organization organizationJESSE organtza1lonJESSE organizationJESSEBJACKSON
Jesse es5e B Jackson United States Stat S con conaul conlul consul
aul at Aleppo Turkey Turke to S one of the theheroes theheroes theheroes
heroes of the recent disturbances in the theOttoman theOttoman theOttoman
Ottoman empire according ae < < onUng to reports reportsJust 1eportsjust reportsjust
Just received hare are His efforts 8ft rts saved the thetown thet thetown
town t 7l of Dortyol Turkey Tulk from almost almostcertain almostcertaln amOetcertain
certain destruction at the thahands hands of an anarmy anarmy anarmy
army of 40004 Kurds KUl 8 and Turks TurksMr TvI TucicsMr s sMr
Mr Jackson was wa appealed to by the theArmenian tAeArmenian theArmenian I
Armenian bishop of ute town and an set setwheels setwheels setwhee1s
wheels In motion wfclcit biwigtit D t war warchips ar arships r rshIps
shIps overawing the besiegers b
I IN CLERKS UNION UNIONStenographers U UNIONStenographers IION IIONStenographers
Stenographers and Bookkeepers Begin Campaign Todayfor Todayfor Today fodayfor
for More Members Memberspeath Death Benefit Fund Is IsNew IsNew <
4 New Project Pr ject for Society
With thirty recruits re ruits from the Govern Government GovernlJM1tt Governmeet ¬
meet daftartmeRte drtflt all secured s eured within withintwentyfour wIthintwentytour withintwentyfour
twentyfour hours with most enticing enticingstegaas enUclngsl enticingsiesns
stegaas sl such as One month vacations vacationswiii vacationswtUa vacaUonswL
wiii wL p y II and a d A seven > > and a a half halffcour haUMow halfiour
Mow tay laytKJ ay tHe tt committed representing representingth
th the Stenographers Typewriters and andBookkeepers andBookkeepers Ad AdBookkeepers
Bookkeepers Union of Washington start startad started started
ed out this morning on a a whirlwind whirlwindcampaign whirlwindcampalgn whirlwindesmpatgn
campaign through througbw throughit > wTileh 1 h it hopes hopes0D101 to totypewriter tooerojl
0D101 every ste atengraphor ficrph6l bookkeeper bookkoepertypewriter bookkeepertypewriter
typewriter and nd clerical employe in the thecity thocity thecity
city cityIt cityIt cityIt
It will w l be the object of the committee committeeto
to t reach every person In every office officeta officeIn officeIn
In Washington who is eligible eli tble for mem membership membership rnemberahip ¬
bership in 1i the union All the weight of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the American Federation of Labor aU allth aUthe aUthe
th the argument of the committee and all allthe allthe anthe
the influence which numbers already In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the union can give will it is hoped hopedbring hopedbrlnl hopedbring
bring into line the scores of unorgan unorganized unorganIzed unorganIsed ¬
ized clerks now In the city cityWhile cityWhile cityWhile
While it is not the present intention intentionto Int ntion ntionto
to make a hurrah campaign invading invadingoffices Invadlnsoffics Invadingoffices
offices and besieging employers no noclerk noclerk noclerk
clerk who could become a member of the theunion thounion theunion
union will be overlooked overlookedProminent overlo overlookedProminent > ked kedProminent
Prominent In Campaign CampaignProminent CampaignPromljiont
Prominent in the campaign is Mrs MrsEva Mrsra lIrsha
Eva ha ra McDonald Valesh assistant editor editorof
of the Federatlonlst and one of the thebest tIleDest thebest
best known orgarilzars of the American AmericanFederation Americanlec1eraUofl AmericanFederation
Federation of Labor in the country The Thecommittee Thecommittee Theoommlttee
committee is headed by Mrs Roberta RobertaThomas RobertaThomas RobertaThomas
Thomas Other members are Miss Mary MaryFarmer MaryFarmer Mary1armer
Farmer Miss Dagmar Neilson and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Marion Webster all of whom have havenad bavehad havehad
had practical experience in the organ organizing organtzla organIzIng ¬
izing tzla and nd building up of organizations organizationsfor
for the betterment of a the condition of ofemployes ofentployes ofornployes
employes Mrs Webster is also presi president presld preeldent ¬
dent d nt of the union unionOne unIonOne unionOne
One of the greatest t inducements Indu ements held heldout heldout heldout
out to prospective proap ctie members aside from fromteh fromtell fromte
tell te general g n8ral benefits to be e derived from fromFDBA fromWILL fromILL
FOR FDBA ASANE SANE FOURTH filmCommissioners FOURTHCommissioners FOURTHCommissioners
Commissioners jVlay M y Also AlsoGet AlsoGet AlsoGet
Get Their Aid in Rais Raismgrund Raisi RaisiFiirtcl
mgrund mgrundWashington i iFiirtclWashington g + tirtd tirtdWashington
Washington school cho O l eKOdren are to be beefiieialty beeUktlaDy beotheIaly
efiieialty HtUeatod K uestodto to tomake inflke ke tho fourth fourthof qourthofJuJyasaRetWOlt ourth ourthofJulyasane
of ofJuJyasaRetWOlt ofJulyasane July asane evant sofarasits 8Ofar JSlts s Its sale salebrakloH 8810bralloR eelebraIoa
brakloH Is a oonc concerned r ed 4f Jf public PUbUcsub PUbUcsubserlptloos sub subseripdoos teibscrlpdoes
seripdoos donot dopqt seem em sufficient s ffictent tode todefray todefray todorray
fray th the expense of proper observance observanceof obs t nce nceof
of the day It is probable that the chil children children cliiidren ¬
dren will be asked to assist in raising raisingfunds raisingfunds raisingfunds
funds about 2 9i01 00 being necessary necessaryThe necessar necessarThe necessaryThe
The Beard ef Education Ed cationhas has received receiveda
a request reque t from Commlaeioner Maccfajr Maccfajrland Macfanland
land asking that these matters be bebrought bebrouht bebrought
brought wth e the attention ofthe o the children childrenwhan chUdnmwben childrenwhen
when they Ute are all gathered together on onFlag onFlag onFlag
Flag Day D y June 14 It has ha not yet been beendecided beendecid beendecided
decid decided d whether the children will 111 aid aidas aldas aidas
as in some years past in raising Fourth Fourthof
of July subscrIptionsCommissioner subscriptions subscriptionsCommissioner Ib crtptions crtptionsCommtestoner
Commissioner Macfarfand was notified notifiedtoday iiotifledtoday 1
today by Lieutenant Sanlelmann df dfrector drector I Iector
ector 6f tlhe the Marine Band that the i immber I Iwlshln I i
mmber > > wishing to tomake make a contribu contributJoa coptribu1jQe u utloa
tJoa to themev the movtwent njenty had volunteered volunteeredU volunteeredtAetr voluntescedtheir
their U eh services for the public meeting meetingto meotin meotinto
to b De held 1a ld on the morning of the fifth fifthof flit flitof
of July JulyThe Jn1yThe
The following 1011 wln contributions were re received rccebeti recetve4 ¬
ceived today by W V Cox treasurer treasurerof
of the committee John Joy Bdson 16 16Thomas 10Thomas
Thomas P Morgan 330 10 0 Jqdges and otfi officials otficia otfidale ¬
dale cia of the Municipal MuniclPRJ Muflici Court la l em employee emye emjioyss ¬
ployee ronumett ye International Iaternat1 nal xcbange J9 9 S SS SS
S Burflett S1O 10 S Gassenhelmer 313 13 M ML ML
L CreocMl rwxl1 WM and S MFrazIer 1 31 > 1 FrazIer Frazior1SQR 5 5RESQRT lifO
fO fOTM1 TM1
pi3T 1TRDIT DITMicb MIcb June 3 3Fire Fire that thatfor thatfor
for a time menaced men d the entire Island IslandrMort islandresort
resort rt today < < Mia destroyed the Grand GrandPolnto GrandHotel GrandPoints
Points Hotel The loam Is estimated eaUmatedaJ I
aJ a 8
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The most popular shoe in all Washington This pop popularity populaRty populaity ¬
ularity is not based on the low price p e of ROYALS but buton buton buton
on their smart styles and nd unsurpassed un rpa leather qualities qualitiesThe qua1itie qua1itieThe qualitieThe
The low price pr prkz Ct is simply an extra consideration that thate thatenomicalIy e enomkally o onomkally
nomkally inclined women appreciate appreciateWere appreci appreciateWere te teWere
Were it itn not t fprhe fa rt that you buy ROY ROYAI A4 di direct direct direct ¬
rect from tbe tbemaqUfacluret marjufacturer the prices would be350 be be135OaF 350
aF 400 and 500 instead of only 250 250od J JTHE
THE R p 0 nYAI VAL 802 Seventh SeventhStreet w nth nthStrrtet nthk
k L1i Street N Nif W WJ
the organization orgaJtI atiOn of its member to Im Improve Improve improve ¬
prove the condition co oos ttlon of clerical employes
is a sick benefit fund modeled on i the thelines theJInes thelines
lines of similar funds in fratumal trat al or organizations OlpnbatioftS organbatlons ¬
ganizations A death benefit fund is isalso Isa1ao Isalso
also contemplated but will not be put putinto putInUt putinto
into operation until the increased Incr astd mom
beranipwarrfents berBhlp warI1nts it itA ItA k kA
A mlnlmunr scale of wages has al already alreedy already ¬
ready been adopted placing the least leastcompensation leastcompensation leastcompensation
compensation for stenographers at 15 15a 16a 15a
a week and requiring at least i three threeyears thre6years threeyears
years experience fixing the salary of oftypewriters ortypewriters oftypewriters
typewriters at JW 141 a week bookkeepers bookkeepersat
at 1S and assistant bookkeepers at 15 15per 15per 16per
per week weakA weekA weekA
A seven and onehalf hour day with withan withan withan
an annual vacation of at t east one onemonth > ne nemonth nemonth
month with pay ar are also demands demandswhich domandswblch demandswhich
which th the union will ill seek to seoure securefrom seourefrom seourefrom
from employers employersObject employersObject employersObject
Object of Union UnionThe UnionThe UnionThe
The object obj t of tho union briefly brieflystated brieflystated brIeflystated
stated is to secure for stenographers stenographersbookkeepers stenographersbookkeepers stenographersbookkeepers
bookkeepers typewriters and other otherclerks otherclerks otherclerks
clerks the similar consideration in the th thway thway I Iway
way of hours wages etc to that which whichthe whichthe j jthe
the trades unions have obtained for fortheir fortheIr fortheir
their members explained Mrs Vulesh VuleshAn Val sh shAn shAn
An organization committee has ha been beenappointed b beenappointed en enappoInted
appointed to prepare and distribute lit 11terature literature j jerature
erature It Is the intention of this com committee commlttee coinmittee ¬
mittee to canvass for every person in inthe Inthe n nthe
the city eligible for membership If the thetaskis thetaskls thetaskis
taskis too much for those who have vol volunteered vOlunteered volunteered ¬
unteered heir services servi es we will employ employan mployan
an organizer and pay such an organizer organizera organizersalary
a salary to carry carryon on the work workWe worltWenow workWe
We Wenow now have a strong organization organizationwith organizatIonwith
with nearly a hundred members and andwithin andwithin
within a week the number ought to be bepast bepast bepast
past the thousand mark We have haveenough haveenough haveenough
enough money In the treasury now to toinsure toinsure toInsure
insure the success of our sick benefit benefitfund benefitfund benefitfund
fund and there is every reason to be believe believe ¬
lieve that the movement for a a largermembership larger largermembership largermembership
membership will be a success successMrs successMrs successMrs
Mrs Valesh has just returned fromeW from from fromNew
New eW York where she was the guest of ofthe ofthe
the New York Press Club under whose whoseauspices whosauspices whoseauspices
auspices she delivered an address a addre dress a in the i iballroom
ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel Hotelon
on the work of organized labor In the I
interest of good citizenship citizenshipOriginal citizenshipWILL I
Original in Berlin Picture PictureFiled PictureFil PictueFiled
Filed Fil d Here HereDistributes HereDistributesEstate HereDistributesEstate Distributes DistributesEstate
Estate EstateBe
Be 1i1 HiEiA1S9 atisa the original of the tI1 tbewJliof tbewJliof3trt will wJU of ofSenator
311 3trt FrllICM Yon Bredow d d1itdf d1itdfiiatei 1 t r t tS
Senator S Qaloi Newlarid Newltu Tewia ds of Nevada Nevadata1ned 1 ardl ardltained i di dita1ned
ta1ned in Berlin Germany where wl e e cshel csheldied she
died August 21 a photographic copy of
the document was w s filed here for probato
today She was the wife of Leopold Leopoldvon
von Bredow of 26 f Kielnbfaren street I
Berlin The husband declares that lie Jiccaused liecaused I Icaused
caused the photographic copy to be bemade bcinad 1
made after hU h wifs wtf s death I
The paper is dated October 4 1906r and andprovides andrev1do I IrevidOtbat
provides revidOtbat rev1do that 5000 OO0 be paid to her cousin
Mrs MrsJ Jessie geIe Eldrldge 3000 to Mrs Mrsewlands IrS
Florence Allen 3il OOO to Mr Mrs Atinle I
ewlands 78000 to James Niwlands N wlands Jr Jrand jland Jrand
and 8000 to Mrs Martha Bachrach
For the support of her uncle Dr Wit ¬
liam Newlands her aunt Mrs rs Anna
Perkins and her cousin Ada New Newends
lands a trust fund of 25O 26000 is left her
father Francis O Newlands On the
death of the other two beneficiaries the
fund is to bt given to Ada Jfewldnds N ewl nd6
The remainder of the estate Is devised devisedto j
to her father ind her husband as trus trustees trustees UUHtees
tees teesANARCIThTS
LEJIPSIC Germany June 3 3The The cor corKress corgTe5S corgross
gross of anarchist of Germany which whichwas whIchwa whichwas
was wa largely attended a UeD ed has closed closedresolution A Ar6l101utlen Aresolution
resolution was adopted just before ad adjout adjou adjouznment
jout jouznment iment declaring that membership mombershlpJnany in inany In2J1Y
any church or religious sect Is contrary
to the principles of t anarchy and calling callingen oo1Un oo1UneD
en all anarchists to cease their member membership memberBhlp membership
ship in churches churchesThe churchesThe churchesThe
The next International anarchist con congress congrass ¬
grass gre s is to be held in London in 1910
IN CHEMISTS HAND HANDProceedings HANDProceedings
Proceedings in Murder Case CasePostponed CasPO CasePostponed
Postponed PO tponed for Analysis Analysisof
of of Stomach StomachCHICAGO StomacltCHICAGO StomachCHICAGO
CHICAGO June 3 Proceedings 3Proceedln In the theClominsoh theClomlnsoh he heClomlnson
Clominsoh murder case were suspended suspendedtoday tispendedItoday spen e elttodayuntU
lttodayuntU today until the police receivethe je eiv the report reportof
of the coroners orpners chemist cl eml t of the th analysis analysisof anal sls slsat
of the deafi il woniarfs stomach The case casewas cas caswas castwas
was officially labeled Murder when whenDr whenDr whenDr
Dr Haldane HaltlaneCleIl1lnson Ifaldanebclemlnson Clemlnson was arraigned arraignedon
on that c cHarge large No plea was entered enteredand enteredand enteredand
and the physician was washeldwlthout heldswithout 1ieIdwithout baR balffor baRfor ballfor
for a further hearing on June JuneNeither JuneNeither 9 9Neither
Neither side denies that Mrs Clem Cleminson ClemInson Cleminson
inson was poisoned poleon d In fact both sides sidesaffirm sIdesartlrm sidesaffirm
affirm it But while the police assert assertthat assertthat assertthat
that the poison was given by the hus husband husband busband ¬
band Clemlnson declares that she tOQk tOQkIt
it herself He told contradictory contr dlctory stories storieswhich s storieswhich 0Ie8 0Ie8which
which have Injured his chances with withthe wIththe withthe
the police Up to date hehas explained explainedhis expJalnedhis
his wifes death in the following ways waysChloroformed waysChloroConned waysChloroformed
Chloroformed by byburglaTB byburglaTBSuicide burglars burglarsSuicide burglarsSuicide
Suicide Because she deemed him un unfaithfuT unfaithful unfalthfui
faithful faithfuTSuicide faithfulSuIcldo falthfuiSuleido
Suicide because he had JlC accused UlJed her h he ofunfaithfulness of ofunfaithfulness ofunfaithfulness
unfaithfulness unfaithfulnessDied
Died from poison given her by a third thirdparty thirdparty thirdparty
party or r parties partiesThe vartlosThe partiesThe
The first story he has repudiated ex explaining explaInIng cxplaining ¬
plaining that ho told it to save the thehonor thehonor
honor of his wife and children childrenToday chUdrenToday childrenToday
Today the police renewed their efforts effortsto
to find one or both of Cleminsons al alrefused at
leged companions In thIs the doete doeterefused doctcrefused >
refused absolutely to help them themFUNERAL ttemFUNERAl themFUNERAL
Mass at St Peters for Repose of ofi ofVeteran ofVeteran
i Veteran of Mexican and andCivil andCivil andCivil
Civil Wars WarsSolemn Wars WarsSolemn WaisSolemn
Solemn high requiem mass wilt be becelebrated becolebrated becelebrated
celebrated at St Peters Pet r Church Satur Saturday Eaturdny aaturday ¬
day morning at 030 9 30 oclock for the re repose repose reP054 ¬
pose oi 0 the soul of James Cleary a vet veteran vetcrano vetetan ¬
eran crano of the Mexican and civil wars and
for more than twenty years an employe employeof ompJo e eo
of o the Government Printing Println Office The
interment will take place at Mt Oliver
Cemetery CemeteryMr
Mr Cleary Cleary was a native of County
Galway Ireland and was seventysov seventysoven
en years old He camo to the United
States when ho was eighteen years of ofage ofage ofage
age and shortly after his arrival en ¬
listed in the th Eighth New York Volun Vol un ¬
toot Infantry for service in the war warthen Warthen warthen
then in progress with Mexico Prom Prom184i FrOnt184J
184i to 18 1S1i6 1 h he was a member mem r of Com Company Cornpany ¬
pany G Third United States Infantry
and for twentyone years was W 8 employed
in the Government Printing Office here
Mr M iI Cleary retired about a a year ago
He lived at 525 Fifth street southeast
Ho I v 1SS as a member of Garfield Post G GL
A L R and for many years a member of
St Peters Church ChurchFRESH ChurchFRESH ChurchFRESH
Clarie Evans chauffeur for Represen Representative RepresentatIve Representative ¬
tative Wiley of New Jersey was fined finedby
5 1 > by Judge J dge Kimball in 11 the Police Court Courttfils Courtt61s Courtthis
this rnornint or 1ln for ftarrylng his number in insuch Insuch insuch
such a position that it could not be seen seena seenWhonwarned
a When W Whonwarned en warned last nght by Policeman PolicemanSweeney PolloemanSweeney PolicemanSweeney
Sweeney Evans took the suggestion suggestionvery BuggeattoverykIndly suggestionvery
very verykIndly kindly but butrewrned returned ten mldutes mlduteslator mlIfuteslatar miflut s slater
later and notified Sweeney that if he hewanted hewantoo hewapted
wanted the number changed chang d he would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have to see Representative Repre entative Wiley about aboutit
it Sweeney told him that question q stln could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be decided in the Police Court CourtWhen Courtn1ilIions CourtMillions
Millions Say So SoWhen SoWhen
When millions of people use for foryears foryears foryears
years a medicine it proves its merit meritPeople meritPeople meritPeople
value buy over a million boxes a amonth amonth anionth
month Its the biggest seller be because beause beiause ¬
cause it is the best bowel and liver livermedicine livermedicine livermedicine
medicine ever made No matter matterwhat matterwhatyoure matterwhat
what whatyoure youre using just try CAS CASCARETS CASCARETS CASCA1ETS ¬
CARETS once onceyoull youll See 917 97CASCAXlTS 917CASCARETS 917CASCAItETS
CASCAXlTS Me a box ox for p weeks weekstreatment weekstreatMent weakstreatMest
treatment all drdggteta Biggest seller sailerIn
In the world Xlllton boxes a month
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631 to 639 Massachusetts Avenue AvenueWe AvenueLet
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l t Your Carpets CarpetsWe
We can do it thoroughly and well getting all alling allthe
the dust and dirt out raising the pile and brighten brightening brightening
1 ing up the colors without breaking the threads or ordoing ordoing ordoing
doing the fabric any damage A postal or phone phonemessage phonfI phonemessage
message will promptly bring a wagon to your door doorWe doorWe I IWe
I We do all the work on our own premises and your yourcarpets yourcarpets yourcarpets
carpets will be well taken care of and thoroughly thoroughlysafe
t safe as long as they are in our hands handsBedding handsI handzI +
I + Bedding Renovated RenovatedWo i iW
Wo W j have a thoroughly equipped bedding fac factory iao iaoI fact ¬
I t tory where we make all kinds of mattresses springs springsding springst springspillows
t pillows and bolsters and We c cDn n renovate your bed bedding bedding
ding equal to new ne new We clean and remake mattresses mattresseswithout mattressest
t t without breaking or wasting the hair using your yourown yourown yourown
+ own ticking or putting fresh freshticking ticking on them themTo themI themTo
I To Reduce Our Big Bi Stock of Go GoI jo joCarts io ioCarts =
I Carts We Are Offering a Discount Discountof Discountof25 f fof
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i at t Marshall Hall HallToday Hallrpday HallToday
Today TodayIntent rpdayIntent Todaylntent
Intent on having a surfelt of fun frol frolic frolIc frolIc ¬
ic and andtc feasjinsmor foasLI s I gmorthan othan than SO lWn 1OQzambera 1OQzamberaof < lhiSBmb8r lhiSBmb8rof p1ber9 p1ber9or
of the Washington Bonrd of Trade are aretoday aNtoda aretoday
today toda enjojJricftheir njoiC their annual outing at atMarshall atlI atMarshall
Marshall lI rshall Hfell This Is the one day of ofthe orthe ofthe
the year 001 when the members forget the thecares theQares thegates
cares of business andthe ties that bind bindthem bindthem bindthem
them to bank real estate office depart department departn1ont departnient ¬
ment store or counting teem and hie hieaway hieaway hUtaway
away to the green sloped of the Poto Potomac Po Potomac to tomnc ¬
mac A ball game racing speechmak speechmaking spee speechmartingnot 1tmak 1tmakIngnot ¬
Ingnot ing Tiot the serious but the frothy kind kindand kindauda kindand
and auda a general g31ler 1 allaround good time timewith timewith tinewith
with music thrown in are features f aturfs of oftodays ottodays oftodays
todays program programAbout programAbout programAbout
About 100 members went down on the thesteamer thost thetertmer
steamer st lmcr Charles Macdlester at 10 10oclock 10oclock
oclock o < Jlock and more than twice that tha num number number numher ¬
ber on the afternoon aft nloon boat Tli Tliparty TlipartyIs party partyis
is due iuo back ba k in Washington at 845 845oclock 845oclook 546oclock
oclock tonight ttoaighttUncIe tonightUncle tOnlghtUncle
Uncle Joe There ThereSpeaker ThereBpeaker ThereSpeaker
Speaker Joseph Cannon of the House Houseof Rouseot Housoot
ot Representatives RefttSentatlvesUncle Uncle Joe to his hisfriends hisfriends hisfriends
friends today todayPostmaster Postmaster General GeneralPrank GeneralFrank neral neralFrank
Frank Hitchcock and tho three District DistrictCommissioners DIstrlctCdnUnfssloncrs DistrictCdnimfeslonors
Commissioners are ynong among the guests guestsof
of the th Board of Trade After the t e frol frolic frolic ¬
ic I ic tfce tb star Etarfeature feature of which is the ball ballgarni ballgamut bailgame
gamut la over this forenoon one en or ormor ortno orrro
mor of these tf
se distinguished public men menwill menwl11 menwill
will address the business men as they theygather theygather theygather
gather around the thetables tables for the annual annualfeast annualtoost annualfeast
feast later this afternoon afternoonThe aternooThe afternoonThe
The ball same will be more than a apractice apractice apractice
practice affair although the member memberare membelziare memberrare
are warming up for the game which whichTvlH whlcnw1ll whichwill
will be played later In June between betweenteams betweenteams betweenteams
teams of the Board of Trade and the
Chamber of Commerce at the American
League Park The receipts of this
game will go to the childrens play ¬
grounds When Vhe the t arly boat landed
at Marshall Hall a goodly bunch of
volunteers responded to Captain Glb
eonc call
Some Candidates CandidatesThese C CandidatesThese ndidatesThese
These are son sc of o > f the frisky irisky frolickers frollckerawho troUckerswho frolickerswho
who answered ans ered to their doughty cap captains captainrs captainrs ¬
tainrs Play ball G w V Fbrsberg FbrsbergChris FOrsBergChrIs FsbergChris I
Chris J Oockeler Smith Hampstone HempstonoGuy HempstoneGuy
Guy H Johnson Charles B F Langley LangleJ
J Wilmer Latimer E J I McQuade McQuadeCharles McQuadeCharles MeQuadeCharles
Charles H Roesch Thad B Sargent SargentJohn SargentJohn
John Lewis L wIs Smith L B Sutherland SutherlandHenry SutherlandHenry SutherlandHenry
Henry P West I Ii Perry West G L LWhitford LVhltford LWhitford
Whitford William F Bowen L E EBurdlne EBurdine EBurdine
Burdine Justin M Chamberlain Charles CharlesD
D Church Chur h Charles F Crane Otto J JDeMolI JDeMoll JDeMoll
DeMoll Andrew B Duvall W E Es Espey Espey Espey
pey and George B FarQubar FarquharTodays FarQubarTodays FarqubarTodays
Todays game will be somehtlng of a aweedingout awe aweedingout
weedingout we dlngout process Those who sur survive sur1ve survive ¬
vive the ordeal will be allowed to cross crossbats crossbats crossbats
bats with the flower of the gay young youngathletes youngathletes oungathletes
athletes who clam clam membership in ths thsChamber t tChamber th thChamber
Chamber of Commerce
1 Gifts Giftsfor Giftst
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and andGradu
GradH GradHJune Graduates
ates atesJune
June Is s a a month of Bridals and andCommencements andCommencements andCommencements
Commencements The choice of a agift agIrt agift
gift at such a time is often the thestandard th6stand thestandrd
standard stand rd by which ones friendship friendshipis
is estimated d Send a gift whlrh whlrhwill whkhwill whthwill
will do you credit and win you the thelasting thelasUn theastinj
lasting lasUn gratitude of the recipient recipientHSlUli recipient1J recipientERfl
For the Bride JSridcCream BrideCream nde ndeCream
Cream Ladles BonBon and andSugar andSugar andSugar
Sugar Spoons Sardine and andMeat andMeat andMeat
Meat Forks each5100 each5100Six each 5100 5100Six SI00SIx
Six Coffee Spoons in fine case5400 case5400Pitcher case case40OPitdher 400 400PIlcl1er
Pitcher largo size and good goodweight goodweIght goodweight
weight 53500 53500Six 3500 3500Six 35O0Six
Six Sherbet Cups and Spoons Spoonsin I IIn iin
in case case 2200 2200Salad 2200Salad 2200Salad
Salad Spoon or Fork in silk silkcose aUkcase silkcase
case 500 50OBonBon 500BonBon 500BonBon
BonBon Dishes 5275 275 to S90O S90OBouillon 900 900Bouillon 900Bouillon
Bouillon Spoons six in case8575 case8575Six case 5575 5575Six S575Six
Six Orange Spoons in case 5600 5600For 600 60OFor
For the Graduate GraduateSterling GraduateSterling GraduateSterling
Sterling Silver and goldfilled goldfilledBelt goldfilledBelt goldfllledBelt
Belt Buckles Buckles100 3100 100 to 5550 5550Solid 550 550Solid 550Solid
Solid Gold BraceletsS50O Bracolots 500 to 3500 53500Signet 3500Signot
Signet Rings solid solidgold
gold 5175 175 to 51500 51500Brooches 51500Brooches 1500 1500Br
Brooches Br oches solid gold 3175 to 54500 54500Lookets 4500Lookets 4500 4500Lookets
Lookets solid gold 5300 OO to 53000 53000Cuff 53000Cuff OOO OOOCutr
Cuff Buttons solid solidgold solidgold oUdgold
gold 5125 to SSOO SSOOWatch 800 800Watch aooWatch
Watch Fobs solid solidgold solidgold solidgold
gold 500 to S1350 S1350Tie G1350Tie 1350 1350Tie
Tie Clasps solid olid lId gold 5100 lOO to 450 S450Watermans 450Vatermans 450Watermans
Watermans Fountain FountainPens FountainPens FountainPens
Pens 525O 250 to 52500 52500Schmedtie 2500 2500Schmedtie 2500Schmedtie
Schmedtie Bros BrosJewelers BrosoTtte BrosJewelers
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packed the store at 913F 913 F street since sincethe sIncethe sincethe
the R P Andrews Stationery Cpmpany Cpmpanyopened CQmPLlnopened C9mpaiiyopened
opened the bargain saleof snlc ot the Charles CharlesP
P Swett stationery stock recently pur purchased purhased purchased ¬
chased and ndw being closed out by
the Andrews firm Additional clerksbavo clerks clerkshave clerkshavo
have bean scoured lcoure in order that the thetrade thetrade
trade trade may be handled handl d with dispatch dispatchEverything dispatchEverythln dispatchEverything
Everything in the acquired stock is isgoing Isgoing isgoing
going at reduced prices prior to the thereopening thoreopening thereopening
reopening of a large stationery business businessat
at the former Swett stand by the An ¬
drews Stationery Company Hurd
Crane and Marrus Ward paper Is ad advertised advrth advertised ¬
vertised vrth ed at half price
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BOSTON June June 3 3Theoon8olld 3The The consolidation consolidationof Uon Uonor
of the th state board of education eduoaU nand and the thebpard thebpard thebpard
bpard of technical education eduatI n has been beenaccomplished beenaccomplished beenaccomplished
accomplished Governor Draper Dr per having havingsigned hayingsigned havingsigned
signed the bill authorizing It ItIt ItIt itIt
It was expected that the governor governorwould governorwould governorwould
would today name the nine members mem rneznbcs 8 of efthe ofthe ofthe
the new board but be did d1 d not no t aofco aofcoRumor do so soRumor
Rumor has it that exPresMent Eltet Eltetof E1 Elt XO XORumor t tof tof
of Harvard will be appointed chalrmai chalrmaiCZAR chatrmaCZAR ohairznaCZAR
BERLIN June 3Emperoy 1ED1peror William Williamhns WIlUamhls Williamhas
has expressed his intention of accepting acceptingan
an Invitation from the Emperor ofRus ofRussia or Ru Rusfa flus flussla ¬
sia to meet him the middle of this month montfcIn monthin
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