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CAMP GOOD WILL WILLBETTER WILLBETTER 1LL 1LLBETTER
BETTER THAN EVER EVERSummer EVERSummer EVERSummer
Summer Outing Place on orrHock onRock onRock
Rock Creek Cre Thrown Open OpenTo OpenTo Openb
b
To Children ChildrenWbore
Where Rock Creek flows now through a aEhady ahacl7 ashady
shady spot pot at the bottom botto of > a big bl hill hillthere hUlthere billthere
there we w warn a splash whlcfc whit drove a ohill ohillpf obUlpf chidpf
pf fear up the spine of the th oldest craw crawfish craw8h crawtish ¬
fish 8h inhabiting the region and sent all allt allpf 1l 1lthe
t pf f the little crawfleh crwfi h scurrying for forpaces foraces fordaces
paces aces of safely under the rocks rocksIt
It was followed by another splash splashJmd spllU spllUnd splashpnd
Jmd nd still others until nine In all had hadfounded ha haunded hadpounded
founded unded and as many little bodies bodiestvhlch bodiesblch bodieswhich
which blch produced them wore churning the thevater theVater theeater
vater with their rapid movementsAfter movements movementsAfter movemenLqMter
After the fifth splash the old crawbsh oraw orawsh orawb
b bsh sh h regained his nerve and backed out outDf 3utpf > ut utt
Df t his hiding place The little crawfish crawfishHid oraw1tsh oraw1tshJld crawfishQId
Hid likewise And Immediately all of ofhe ofJhe ofthe
the he underworld of the creek fastened fastenedIts
Its eye upon the maneuvers above un unll unUI untit
UI ll Buck Torrison the champion championfcwimmer championwln championtwinimerof
fcwimmer twinimerof wln mer of Camp Good Will had won wonihe wonthe wonthe
the the race and stood dripping but trl tripmphant trljmphant trlmphant
jmphant upon the opposite shore shoreIt shoreIt shoreIt
It was Bucks second annual vic victory vlcJo vietory ¬
tory Jo in the cwlmming contest whichvery whl which whichvery h hery
very ery year marks Uks the opening openl J of theramp the theamp tJ1etamPt
ramp amp and he had won it by a goodLength good goodlength go golength
length from his closest competitorBuck competitor competitorBuck competitorBuck
Buck Is the Leader LeaderHey LeaderHey LeaderHey
Hey youse ouse kldS kld he shouted notictng no noticing noticing ¬
ticing three little fellows who had hesi besif beslfated hesitated ¬
f fated ated to Jump In with the others wait waltt1
t 0 mlnuto and Ill show you just how howIts bowIts howIts
Its done For Bucks victory gave gavehim g gavettiim ve 1
him the right to the leadership Hof of the theClass thetlass theClass
Class and he meant to see that no one onewas onewas onetvas
was slighted in the tbefun fun In another min minute mlnnte mm mmsite ¬
ute tw twelve lve instead of nine boys were In Inthe ine inthe
the e water and in ten mi minutes utes three of ofthem othEm ofthem
them hEm who had never iJeen een taught to topwim toIIwlm togwtm
pwim were rapidly mastering the artender art artUnder arttmder
Under Bucks instruction instructionThen InstructionThen InstructionThen
Then Cap announced times uplvhich up uptvhich uphlch
tvhich hlch put an end to the sport sportCap sportCap s
Cap is Instructor Archer GiUUlantvho Gilfillan Gilfillantvho GilfillanWho
tvho for three years has had h d charge charget
t pf > f the boys department of the camp campbut c campput mp mput
but ut to the boys he is just Cap who whojuiow whotrnow whoknow
know him by no other name nameWonders nameWonders nameWonders
Wonders have been accomplished at atthe atthe atthe
the camp which was opened for thebummer the thepummer theummer
bummer ummer yesterday yesterdayCots yesterdayCots yesterdayCots
Cots have been installed in all of the thetents thetents thetents
tents and other necessary nece8S8IY articles of oftamp otam oframpp
tamp am equipage which made some of ofLbe ofS
S the children chlld wish to go to to bid b d before beforeSupper be10reupper beforeuppcr
Supper upper was served servedThanks servedThanks servedThanks
Thanks For Blessing BlessingWho BlessingWho BlessingWho
Who gives us all the blessings weenjoy we wefenjoy wenjoY
enjoy and whom should we thank for forthis forhls forthis
this hls good supper asked Miss Stuart Stuarttvho StuartVho Stuarttsho
tvho is at the head of the camp before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the children were woce alldwed to commence commencetheir conunencetheir commencetheir
their meal moaLGod moe1God mealGod
God came a chomis of voices And Andthen Andthen Andthen
then Miss Stuart Invoked Gods bless blessng bleSsfng blessng
fng < ng that all the little ones might de deve detIe dove
tIe ve benefit from their days of recrea recreation recreation recreation ¬
tion at the camp campWhen campWhen camp1Vhen
When the supper was finally brought broughtput broughtput broughtput
put there th re were such things to eat as asto asto asto
to make the eyes of the children fairly fairlydance fairlylIance fairlylance
dance with surprise Big pitchers of ofmilk ot1llk ofmilk
milk 1llk and ice tea an immense country countryham counmam countrybam
ham am several kinds of vegetables and andfruit andfruit andfruit
fruit constituted the menu The meal meallasted meallasted mealtasted
lasted more than half an hour and andnearly andJ1earlY anddearly
nearly every one ne was helped twice to tosomething to5omethlng tosomething
somethingAfter something 5omethlngA somethingAfter
After A ter supper the r boys had a little UttleJDeJUng littletneuttng4Md
meetingdncr JDeJUng d d made arrangements for forcommencing torcommenolng forcommencing
commencing baseball practice Ray Per Perkins Perkins perbins ¬
kins was the star player last year yearand yearflnd yearpnd
and Ray is back again Ray naturally naturallytook naturallytook naturallytook
took the lead in the conversation and andsras andas andwas
was as elected captain of the team teamGuess teamGuess teamGuess
Guess I will m do the slab work this thisgummer thissummer thissummer
summer Ray confidentially announced announcedto
to a few of his friends after the meet meetIng meetIng meeting
Ing UA As soon 80 n as I see what these thesekids theseJdds theseids
kids ids can do I will Pick the team I Inave Iav Ifive
nave five av made arrangements for a game gameWith gamewith gametvith
With the kid team at Brlghtwood BrlghtwoodTalk BrlghtwoooTalk BrightwoodTalk
Talk Cut ShortRays Short ShortRays ShortRas
Rays conversation was cut short by bythe bythe bythe
the arrival of one one ofhis of his mates who whoBreathlessly whoreathlee whobreathfeeely
Breathlessly reathlee lyannounced announced that he had dis discovered dlzrroered dIsvered ¬
covered vered a donkey feeding in the pasture pasturepack pastureack pastureback
pack ack of the camp campSure eamIJSure campSure
Sure thats that Maud said Ray
Is shegentler she gentle asked the newcomer newcomerGentle newcomerGentle newcomerGentle
Gentle as a lamb responded Ray RayGentle RayGentIe RayGentle
Gentle till she gets tired then its a aDifferent aCiiftereut adifferent
Different story IIto Wait until tomorrow tomorrowand
and the Cap will give you OU a chance to toride totitie totide
ride She usually rides well until 11 11oclock 11oclock 11oclock
oclock and a attcr that it is no use try ¬
ing In L for she bucks worse than a bronco broncoAfter broncoArter broncoAfter
After supper Miss Stuart had her first firstopportunity firstopportunity rt rtDPportUBIQ
opportunity to look over the camp since sinceliie IIlnMj sinceLie
Lie j e arrival arrival of the children at 3 oclock oclockIn
In the afternoon as she had been busyltiking busywaking busy busyi
waking i a king preparations for the meal meatFiftyone mealFiftyoae mealFiftyone
Fiftyone children came out today todaythe todayeh todayshe
the eh said and altdnext next week we will have havefcnout havepiJout havepirout
fcnout fifty ftlt more Beginning Be < < lnnlng with next nexttre nextteok nextu
tre teok u eek ° k we wew1U will have about 100 at the thepamp themp thei
i amp mp each week until it closes clo es At Atpresent Atn Atpresent
present n > sent we nave twenty tents up UPhicD upi
Khicti i hicD should be sufficient to accommo accommodote ¬
date dote all of our purposes One of them themid
l id a used as a general assembly a embly tent tentThere tentThere tentThere
There are ten mothers among todays todaysArrivals todaysrr1val todaysrrlvals
Arrivals rr1val and we have an older person personRelucted personlcted persontelpeted
Relucted lcted for each tent so hat the chll children chllren chlldren ¬
dren ren will not become frightened during duringthe duringth duringthe
the th night nightTh nlptTh nightThe
The Th bell yott Youhear hear said Miss Ml s Stuart Stuartis Stuart Stuartis tuartIs
is the goodnight night ball at the assembly assemblyt 888embl 888embltpnt assemblytint
tint t nt ana ancf a you will wUlsee s see e all or the children childrenthere childrenthere l lt1
t1 there ere in a few minutes minutesTwilight minutesTwlligbt minutesTwilight
Twilight WSjfi wa settling se t1Ing over the camp campan camjand ca11UansI >
and an me each child hfid Id was was provided with a asmall aJimall ame
small lantenf Ian as he made his way to tothe toHe
thelaseenbbI laseenbbI
the the assembly tent For half an hour hourthe hourtJ our ourU4
the tJ e chlldrejf chlldr uf sang songs and played playedga playedgam playedgames
ga gam games ITT 8 Little < Avnie Cumberland nine ninejears nineears nineSears
Sears ears of as age who is known as Kindei KindeiEKtten K1ndelI
g EKtten I > < rten Annie Anr Ai nle eu and who who8 Js spending s ndlng her herfip hersfond hersf
fip sfond mid year at the camp became became the theleader thelader theit
it leader lader of the small l girls A dozen of ofti ottr oft
t ti m with their lanterns paced back backand vacka backand
and a nd foptit to in front of the tent until untilti untilU untilU
U po ftrefMes ftrel 5 hid in the grass for shame shameMaud shamefaud shameMaud
Maud Sellers known as the little littleTother llttloJ1ther littlep
Tother p finer who is thirteen thlrt tn and the ac aektK acJmowledged acysnnwledged
ktK Jmowledged > wledged leader of the older girls girlsertvtalned girlsTtirtalntd girlsfrtnrtained
ertvtalned her playmates play mate with ltl1 storieaf storleltt stone stonet
t vhieh even the older persons at th themp tha thaCimp
Cimp < 1 mp sat around and listened listenedr JlstentdA lIstfilfdStylish
t r r t jOTHES jOTHESr
A SIGN Of QUALITY QUALITYStyifafe y yStyiisti
Stylish dressy dr SI5J Outing OutingSuits OutingSuits outingSuits
Suits Coot and com comfortable comfortable cornfortable ¬
fortable in 1n a multitude multitudeof
of attractive designs designsA deg s sA
A Leader at 15 15Others 15Others 15Others
Others Ten to Thirty Thirty3oTrn TJ ThirtyDoWf ly lyDown
Down By the Nary Iva > Yard Yard1t Yard1tOlso91I YardSolSOS
801809 Olso91I Eighth hth lit S S At
t
SIXTY PROMOTIONS PROMOTIONSIN
IN PRINTING PRINTINGOFFICE PRINTINGOFFICEAll OFFIC OFFICAll
All Are Provide dfor in the theSundry theSundry theSundry
Sundry Service Appro Appropriation Appropriation Appropriation ¬
priation Bill BillOver BillOversixty BillOver
Over Oversixty sixty promotions and reductions reductionsware reductionswere reductionswere
were announced today tods In the clerical clericalforce QlerI clericalforce 1 1forco
force of the Public Printer and In the thedivision thedivision thedivision
division of documents of the Govern Government Government Government ¬
ment Printing Office OfficeThese 01llceThese OfficeThese
These promotions were made as the theresult theresult theresult
result of the provisions of tho sundry sundryservice sundryservIce sundryservice
service appropriation bill which goes goesInto suesInto goesInto
Into effect today This bill specifies the thenumber tlenumber thenumber
number of positions in the two depart departments departments departments ¬
ments named and marks the first year yearthe yearthe ear earthe
the positions have been so denned dennedIn definooIn
In the past year an effort has been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made to simplify the clerical force of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the big printery so that the clerks clerksmight clerksmight clerksmight
might be classified and those doing aim similar slmHar aimliar ¬
liar work receive the same pay The Theresult Theresult Theresult
result has been a material reduction in inthe Inthe inthe
the number number of clerks employed The Thechanges Thechanges Thechanges
changes made today are BO arranged arrangedas
as to carry out the scheme of equaliz equalizing equalizing equalizing ¬
ing salaries salariesNEW salariesMURDER salariesMURDER
MURDER MAY BEAR BEARON BEARON
ON SIGEL CASE CASErEW
NEW YORK July 1 The police arc arctrying arctryins arctrying
trying to connect thestrange the strange murder murderof
of Yung Yow a Chinaman in his laun laundrji laundry laundry
dry at 124 Stanton street with tho thoSfgei thostgel theSigel
Sfgei case caseYung caseYung caseYung
Yung Yows body was found In two twotubs twotubs twotubs
tubs in his laundry this morning His Hishead IDshead Hishead
head was submerged in the water of olone olonetub one onetub onetub
tub while his feet were In another A Asilken Asilken Asilken
silken cord bound tightly about his histhroat histhroat histhroat
throat showed that he had been beenstrangled beenstrangled beenstrangled
strangled to death before being placed placedIn
In the tubs tubaThat tubsThat tubsThat
That the Chinaman died fighting was wasproven wasproven wasproven
proven by the blood stains about tho tholaundry tholaundry thelaundry
laundry laundryBloody laundryBlOOdy laundryBloody
Bloody prints of fingers on his body bodyshowed bodyshowed bodyshowed
showed that his assassins had been beenwounded beenwounded beenwounded
wounded while bloody foot prints about abouttho abouttho abctthe
tho floor show they ha hact trampled in inblood Inblood inblood
blood bloodThe bloodThe bloodThe
The police can find no clues to the themurderers themurderers themurderers
murderers though they believe the murder mur murder murdel ¬
der may have had something to do with withthe withthe withthe
the SIgel case ase though the dead China Chinaman Chinaman Chinaman ¬
man is known not notto to have belonged to toany toany toany
any of the secret societies societiesPolice socletfesPollee societiesPolice
Police authorities have been unable to toprove toprove toprove
prove thus far that he had any China Chinatown ChInatown Chinatown ¬
town affiliations
EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSHaleys EXCURSIONSHaleys EXCURSIONSHaleys
Haleys orchestra accompanies the theJamestown theJmestown theJamestown
Jamestown every trip the steamer steamermakes stoomermakes steamermakes
makes down the Potomac these theseevenings the theseevenings e eevenings
evenings Concert muiur as well as asdance asda1Jce asdanoe
dance numbers are given A deck with withspecially withspecially withspecially
specially finished floor Is provided for fordancing fordancing fordancing
dancing the breezy breezy location and at attractive attractive attractive ¬
tractive conditions contributing to the thepopularity thePOPularity thepopularity
popularity of this form of recreation recreationThe recreationThe recreationThe
The Palm Garden cafe cat is another favorite fa favorite fayorlto ¬
vorite spotaboard spot sPot aboard the Jamestown JamestownHours JamestownHours JamestownHours
Hours for these excursions are from 7 7to 7to 7to
to 11 daily and Sunday SundayFor SundayFor j jFor
For the Fourth the Norfolk and andWashington andWashington andWashington
Washington Steamboat Company offers offersa
a choice of several trips The Thousual Theusual Theusual
usual Friday and Saturday to Mon Moni Monday Monday
i day excursions with tickets covering coveringsteamer coveringsteamer coveringsteamer
steamer expenses and hotel board at atOld atOld atOld
Old Point will be on sale this week weekand weekand weekand
and also a reducedrate ticket for trans transportation transIortatlon transportation ¬
portation only leaving Saturday evening eveningand eveningand eveningand
and limited to return until Tuesday Tuesdaymorning Tuesdaymorning Tuesdaymorning
morning The latter allows the pas passenger passenger passenger ¬ I
senger to select his own destination the theneighborhood theneighborhood theneighborhood
neighborhood ofr ofSorlouc ofIt orfoiK offering in ad addition addition additton ¬
dition to Old Point such places as asVirginia asVirginia asVirginia
Virginia Beach and Ocean Oce n View All Allthese Alltbese Allthese
these are famous for their fine bathing bathingand bathingand bathingand I
and fishing
The allexpense tickets cover co er state stateroom stateroom stateroom ¬
room accommodations and full board at ateither ateither ateither
either of the Old Point hotels the theChamberlln theChamberlin theChamberlin
Chamberlin or Sherwood SherwoodThe SherwoodThe SherwoodThe
The general ticket offices of the Nor Norfolk Nortolk Norfolk ¬
folk and Washington Steamboat Company Com Company Company ¬
pany have been moved across the street streetfrom streettrom streetfrom
from the former location and are now nowat nowat nowat
at 720 Fourteenth street first floor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Bond building buildingMany hullding1Iany buildingMany
Many Washington n people are expected expectedto a petted pettedto
to spend July 4 and and 5 at at Chevy Chev arertpected arertpectedto Chase ChaseLake ChaseLake ChaseLake
Lake The management is maiding ma ng pros pro provision provIsion ¬
vision s for their entertainment entertainmentOn eI tertalnmenOn
On Monday the grounds will be given givenover JrlvenOver givenover
over to picnic parties More facilities facilitieshave facUltieshave facilitieshave
have been provided for outings than thanlast thanlast thanlast
last year and Chevy Chase is expected expectedthis expectedthis expectedthis
this year to rank among tho popular popularresorts Jopularresorts popularresorts
resorts for picnics as well as a place tospend to tospend tospend
spend warm evenings eveningsHundreds eenlngsHundreds eveningsHundreds
Hundreds of rustic tables and seats
have h been Installed Amusements will willbe wIllbe willbe
be run runts rs in the evenings and shortly shortlyafter shortlyatter shortlyafter
after jraaset f aset set a display of fireworks is ison Ison ison
on tho program The Marine Band Bandwilt Bandwm Bandwill
wilt be on hand Dancing the riding
track the bowling alleys shooting gal galleries galleries galleries ¬
leries and row boats are among the rec recreations recreations recroatlons ¬
reations provided providedThe providedTho providedThe
The Electric Line is offering a trip
for the two holidays falling on Sunday Sundayand Sundayand Sundayand
and Monday On Sunday the steamer
Emma Giles leaves Annapolis at noon
for a trip out into the Chesapeake bay
and picturesque West river The train trainconnection trainconnection trainconnection
connection for this trip is at 1030 a m
from White House station sta lon at Fifteenth Fifteenthand Fifteenthand Fifteenthand
and H streets northeast On Monday
the boat leaves Annapolis at U a m mand mand maand
and the train connection connection is at 930 a m
The > return to Washington is made at atabout atabout atabout
about 6 p m mThis mThis mThis
This trip combining as it does the theswift theswIft theswift
swift trolley ride to Annapolis and the thecool thecool
cool ride on the bay is becoming g one onei oneot oneof 1
ot the most popular trips from i Wash ¬
ington during the heated h ted spell The Therate Therate Therate
rate is low and the trip a comfortable comfortablem
d o < m The same trip IB if rtade 1 t3de on Mon ¬
days d s Wednesdays Vednesd ys and Fridays wrade ida ss and on
Saturdays ays in the afternoon leaving
White House station at 230 p m mSOLD mSOLD mSOLD
SOLD OLEO AS BUTTER BUTTERCHICAGO BUTTERCHICAGO BUTTERCHICAGO
CHICAGO July 1 IMax Mas Goodman a abutter abutter abutter
butter and egg dealer who was found foundguilty foundguilty foundguilty
guilty with his brother Jacob of man manufacturing manulacturinJ manufacturing ¬
ufacturing and selling oleomargarine oleomargarineas
as fancy butter was sentenced today
by Federal Judge Ju ge K 1 at Landis to serve
two years in Leavenworth penitentiary
The case against Jacob > Goodman will willbe willbe willbe
be disposed of tomorrow
I
TAFT BACK KOb KObChief HOME HOMEFROM I IFROM
FROM NEW NE HAVEN HAVENChietExecutives
0 0Chief
Chief ChietExecutives Executives Train De Delayed Delayed Delayed ¬
layed at Harlem River RiverFerry RiverFerry RiverFerry
Ferry Transfer TransferThe
The President returned to Washington Washingtonat
at 105 oclock this morning from New NewHavan NewHaven ew ewRavin
Haven Conn where he was the guest guestof guestot guestof
of honor at the Yale celebration and andwhere andwhere
where he voiced his warning to the Repubiiean Re Republican RepUbUcan ¬
publican party to fulfill its campaign campaignpromises campaignpromises
promises or be relegated to a minority minorityHis minorityHIs minorityHis
His train the express from Bostonwas Boston Bostonwas
was thirtyseven minutes late lat having havingbeen havingbeen havingbeen
been delayed by the ferry transfer at atHarlem atHarlem atHarlem
Harlem River RiverCharlie RiverCharlIe RiverCharlie
Charlie the Presidents son was at atthe atthe atthe
the station to meet his father They Theyrode hey heyrode treyrode
rode to the White hlte House in Mr Tafts Taftsbig Taftsbig Taftsbig
big touring oar in whichthey whIch they were ac accompanied accompanIed accompanied ¬
companied by the Presidents military militaryaide militaryaide militaryaide
aide Captain Butt ButtAfter ButtAft ButtAfter
After Aft r greeting Mrs Taft > the Presi President prosident President ¬
dent went to the executive execuUvepaIces offices where wherethe wherdthe wherethe
the days stream of visitors was await awaiting awaiting awaiting ¬
ing him
Warns W 8ms His Party PartyPresident PartyPresident PartyPresident
President Taft paused In the course course urle of ofan ofan ofan
an afterdinner afterdln ner speech sp ech to 1800 graduates graduatesof
of Yale gathered at t the annual alumni alumnifeast alumnIfeast alumnifeast
feast yesterday to issue SlIue a note of warn warning warnJng warnlag
lag to the leaders of the Republican Republicanparty Republicanparty Republicanparty
party partyHe partyHe partyHe
He declared that If the party which whichplaced whIchplaced whichplaced
placed him In power failed to live up to toits toIts toits
its promises and the expectations of ofthe Qtthe cfthe
the people It would be relegated to the theposition thepositlonot theposition
position positlonot of a minority opposition oppositionRepublicans OPpositionPep oppositionPepu
Pep Republicans 1icanst Troubles TroublesHe
He said in suggesting differencesamong differences differencesamong differencesamong
among Democrats I am far from Ignor ¬
ing some difficulties
that there are areon areon areon
on our side I remember in 1904 that
Charles Francis Adams gave what wh I Tmay Imay Imay
may call a perfectly good Adams
rea reason reason reason ¬
son for the election of the Democratic Democraticcondidate D Democraticcondidate mocratlc mocratlccondldate
condidate over the Republican candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date He said one of the essentials essentialsof
of a successful free government was wasan wasan wasan
an able patriotic p triotlc and efficient oppo opposition opposition opposition ¬
sition and that as the Democratic party party
had utterly failed to reaching that thatideal thqtideal thatideal
ideal he was in favor favorot of putlng pu tlng the
Republican party in that place placeNow placNow
Now I venture to sty that while whilethat whilethat whilethat
that may nat be the reason which shall shallmove shallmove shallmove
move the American people ic is true truethat triufthat truethat
that if the Republican J party rty does not notlive notlIe notlive
live up to its promises and what the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people expect of it it will be relegated relegatedto
to a position like that of his majestys majestysopposition majestsopposition majestysopposition
opposition And therefore I may say
by way of caveat that we have trou troubles troubles troubles ¬
bles of our own ownSVANBERG ownSVANBERG ownSVANBERG
SVANBERG BEAT CROOKS CROOKSWORCESTER CROOKSWORCEST CROOKSWORCEaTBR
WORCESTER WORCEST R Mass July L LJohn LJohnSvanberg 1JohnSvanberg John JohnSvanberg
Svanberg of Sweden defeated Teddy TeddyCrooks TeddyCrooks TeddyCrooks
Crooks of Pall River In a nfeenmlle nfeenmllerunning fifteenmUerunning flfteenmIIerunning
running race here last evening evenJ = g Svan
bergs time was w s 122 1 j
UNION DIFFERENCES DIFFERENCESSETTLED DIFFERENCESSETTLED DIFFERENCESSETTLED
SETTLED AT LAST LASTThe
The long drawn out dispute betweenthe between betweentho betweentho
tho International Association Aseocla tlon of Steam SteamFitters SteamFitters
Fitters and the United Association A of ofPlumbers otPlumber ofPlumber
Plumber Gas and Steam Fitters Ftttershas hasbeen has hasbeen
been settled Each organization has hasagreed hasagreed hasagreed
agreed not to organize locals in terri tfrrltory territ j
tory t ry that has has been previously occupied occupiedb j
by b the other otherThe otherThe otherThe
The settlement was brought about by
the executive council of the building
trades section of the American Fedsr Fedsratlon Fed Federalien > r raUon
alien of Labor
CARS FOR WOMEN WOMENTAKEN WOMENTAKEN WOMENTAKEN
TAKEN OFF ROAD ROADNEW
NEW YORK July L Lcars Cars for the ex excltisivo exol exohi
ol ohi cltisivo slvQ iva use of f wOnfen an experiment priment of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Hudson and Manhattan n Railroad
Company ceased to run last night at atmidnight atmidnight atmidnight
midnight Beginning today women will
have to take their chances of getting gettingseats gettingseats gettingseats
seats with or mashed toes from men menpassengers menpassengers menparse
passengers parse igers The experiment of givingca giving givingcars glvingcars
ca cars to o women or hide behind news newspapers newspapers ¬
papers has proved a failure The wo women women women ¬
men didsaot did mot use the cars which went
halfempty halfem ty even in the rush hours
CORNERSTONE LAID LAIDAT LAIDATBLADENSBURG LAIDAT
AT ATBLADENSBURGBIJADENmr01tO BLADENSBURG BLADENSBUROBLADENSBT7RG BLADENSBURGBLADENSBUKQ
BLADENSBUKQ Md July LMt LMtHermon L 1MtHermon It ItHormon
Hermon Lodge F A A M of Hyatts Hyattsvllie HyattsvWt Hyattevile
vile Is s being congratulated today on onthe U1the onthe
the excellence of the ceremonies attend attejndIng nttAjlldIng attending
Ing th the laying of the cornerstone ot otthe otthe ofthe
the new public school at this place last Uastevening lastfIenlng lastevening
evening Jackson H Ralston was the theprincipal theprincipal theprincipal
principal speaker of the day and an Marlon 3 > arlon
Duckett chairman of the thebul1dlng building com ¬
mittee also made an address
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busiest salewe sale ale we have ever held Theres s good reason reason too t o f for forthe forthe r rthe
the busy selling because everybodyknows everlbody knows thatvE that E B Clothing Clothingat Cloth ng ngat
at E B Prices is isthe isthebest the best clothing clothingvalue value to be hadand every everyone everyone
one one naturally jumps at a chance to t buy such clothing at a aSAVING aSAVING aSAVING
I SAVING OF ONETHIRD ONE THIRD and ONEHALF OfF OFF regular prices pricesBesides pricesBesides pricesBesides
Besides the overproduction of pur our factory we have included our
E B Fancy Two and Three ThreePiece Three ThreePiece
Piece Summer Suits at 50 50Discount 50Discount 50Discount
Discount
1350 E B Suits for 675 I
1500 E B Suits for i Ie 75016i0 750
1650 E B Suits for 1a 1 825
1800 E B Suits for I 900
2000 73 5 J B Suits for r 1000
2250 E B Suits for 1125 11 5
2500 E B Suits for 1250
2750 E B Suits for 1375
3000 E B Suits for I 1500
3500 E BSuits B Suits for 17fjO 17 0
4000 E B Suits for < 2000 2000E 20 OO OOE
E B Separate Trousers Trousersfor for Men Menand Menand Menand
and Youths at 331ao 33 Discount
250 E B Trousers for f 167
300 E B Trousers for 200
350 E B Trousers for 235
450 E B Trousers for 300
500 E B Trousers for 335
650 E B Trousers for 435
750 E B Trousers for 500 i i
850 E B Trousers f for r S5 567 7
900 E B Trousers for i 600
1000 E i B Trousers for 667
E B Black Slack and Blue Serge SergeTwo Se SergeTwo ge geTwo
Two and Three Piece I > iece Suits SuitsFull SuitsFull SuitsFull
Full Dress Suits and Tuxedos Tux Tuxedos Tuxgedos =
edos and Prince Albert AlbertCoats AlbertCoats AlbertCoats
Coats and Vests at 33x 33xDiscount 33 33Discount 33Discount
Discount
1250 1 t50 E B Suits for for1350KB 835
1350KB 1350 E B Suitsfor Suits for i 900
1500 E B Suits for In 1000
1650 E B Suits for 1100 1100plaOO
1300 E B Suits Su ts for 1200
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2000 E B Suits for 1335 I II
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2250 E B Suits uitsfor for 1500 j I
2500 E B Suits for 1667 i
3000 E B Suits for 2000
3250 E B Suits for 2135
3500 E a Suits for 2335
3750 E B Suits for 2500
4000 E B Suits fora for 2667
entire entirestock stockof stock of Mens Youths and Childrens Clothing in this thisisale thi thisale thissale
sale NothingisTeserved N othing isreserved s res rved = = every every garment garme t must be soldTfies SoldTli sold soldThe
Tli The saleas sale issin is 4nfull full blast blastnowand now and were we re busy early and andlate andlate andlate
late Ofcourse the t e greatest crowds come in in the th afternoon so soget soget soget
get in e early arlyiand rly and anc avoid the rush No o goodscharged goods charged no goods goodson
on approval All alterations at actual cost Plenty Pientyofsalesmen Pientyofsalesmenhere of salesmen salesmenhere salesmenhere
here toasslre to assure prompt attention
Childrens ChildrensStraightPants Straight StraigghtPants Pants Suits Suitsat SuitsafSO Suitsat
at afSO 50 0 o Discount
250 Suits for 125
300 Suits for 150
350 Suits for t 175
500 Suits for hI m f 250
650 Suits for 325
750 Suits for t mlym J h 375
850 Suits for f r 425
1000 Suits for Ie m 500
1200 Suits for 600 600Childrens 600ChildrensSeparate 600ChildrensSeparate
Childrens ChildrensSeparate Separate Straight rants at
50 per cent discount discountChildrens discolintChildrens discountChildrens
Childrens Bloomer Pants Suits Suitsat SuItsat Suitsat
at 33 Discount
250 2 50 Suits for 5167 167
300 Suits for 200
350 Suits for 5235 235
500 Suitsfor Suits for 335
650 Suits for 435
750 Suits for I 500
850 Suits for 1 567
1000 Suits for 667
1200 Suits for or 800 800Childrens 800Childrens 800Childrens
Childrens Separate Bloomer Pants a1
33 3313 13 per cent Discount
I Every Straw Fiat Hat in hiIe hiIedouse the theHouse theDouse
Douse Reduced 33 33Mens ¼ t tMen tMenss
Mens Men and Boys Furnishings Furnis ings aresin aresinThis aresinThis are in inThis
This Sale at Sacrifice Sacri i e Prices I
Mens regular 60c Lisle 2 t ACC 5 Ci CiSuspenders
Suspenders reduced to tolrtms toMins 3 3MBJIS
MBJIS lrtms regular re lar 1 and andoeJo
1160 150 colored r Pajamas rer7 re reduced ¬
duced oeJo to toLot 73 73Lot 3 3Lot
Lot of Mens Nesllge Shim Sljlrtawhite Shimwhite Shirtswhite
white and colored best makes makesLOO makesLoo
LOO and 150 values re f 6 5 cd C c
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Lot of mens regular re uiar JL75 1i to toJ2 toS2
J2 2 Neglige Shirts whiter whiteand white whiteand
at and r colors best makes 79 79Mens TQC TQCMens 7 9 C
Mens 25c c Black French Lisle LisleHosa LisleHose
Hose 5 6 pairs for Jl or f Qc Qcper
18 18AU 8C 8Cper
per pair pairAll al IO IOAH
AH ot our regular 85c and 50c 50cplain 50cplain hocplain
plain and fancy Hose for 2 n re remen
25e 25emen 5
men reduced to toBIg toBig tD tDBig
Big lot of Mens Leatner Belts Beltsworth Beltso Beltsworth
worth o up to t 756 reduced A Qc Qcto c cto
to TP TPMens 48 48Mens r 8 8Mens
Mens Brighton BrIght n and Boston BostonSilk BostonSilk BostonSilk
Silk Garters regular 25o f re revalue s svalue
15 5 5Mens
value reduced to toMens5Oc 5 5Mens
Mens Mens5Oc hoc and 75c French Hal Halbrjggan Ilalbrfggan Jal Jalbtiggan
brjggan Underwear 3 3garments J JB
garment garments B for 1 or per 3 5 5c 5cgarment
All 11 of our 6Qc and 76cs 75e4Nain 75e4Nainsook < Naln Nalnsook NalnBook
sook and Balbriggan Knee KtleeDrawers
Drawers and Coat Undershirts Undemhlrtsg Undeni hirts
3 garments g for U 1 or per O CC C
garment 1n i 3 3The 5 J JThe 5C 5CThe
The famous Morris Jean
Drawers with elastic A Qc
seams reduced toScrtvens to toBC1tvens 43 3 3BcHvens
BcHvens elastic seam Jean
Drawers regularly 75c roc rocreduced C Creduced J
5 5Mens
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Mans 36c Athletic Shirts and Andn
Knee n Drawer > reduced u fOc fOcto
to i ZtO ZtOMens 2 23c 3 3Mens
Mens 1 and 150 Lsle Thread Threadand Threadand Threadand
and American Pongee Silk Un ¬
derwear de ear coat shirts and andknee andknee
merit knee drawers per gar TOc TOcmerit 73C 73CChoice 73 73Choice M J JChoice C
Choice of our entire stock of ofiMens
iMens We Too c and SI 1 Silk Neck Neckwear Neckaech Neckwear ¬ t
wear 3 for 1 or r O CC c
each aech Oj OjBoys 35c 35cBeys 3 5 5Boys
Boys 50c and Tic White and
Colored Negllgo Shirts OQC OQCreduced 3 C Creduced
9c 9crcducod
reduced to toRoys tolioys96c J JBoys
Boys lioys96c Kc Ecru Ribbed Under UnderTrear Undernr Underwear
wear garment nr reduced to per t 1 jQc jQcgarment 9C c cgarment
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