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TilE WASHIKHOX 11 SJIINxrQV TIME TilRfm XOVEMBER 2 25 1909
CONVENTION PLAN PLANRESTS PLANRESTS
RESTS WITH BOARD BOARDPresident BOARDPresident
President Glade Calls Meet Meeting lVleeting Meeting ¬
ing of Directors of Cham Chamber Chamber Chamber ¬
ber of Comemrce ComemrceCITIZENS C ComemrceCITIZENS nlemrce nlemrceCITIZENS
CITIZENS APPROVE APPROVENOMINATION APPROVENOMINATION APPROVENOMINATION
NOMINATION SCHEME SCHEMEGenera SCHEMEI SCHEMEGeneral SCHEMEGeneri
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Genera Harries Would Leave the theChoice theChoice theOhoioe
Choice of Commissioner CommissionerTo Commi ionc ioncTo
To Taft Taftwmaa TaftPresilMtiat I IVfBten
PresilMtiat VfBten wmaa jr t3ttde t3ttdeChaasber Qud 0 of r the theChaw tJMCh
Ch Chaasber Chaw of C Commerce WMF tod oaMed a aspecial aaptdl asNxhtl
special meeting of the board of directors directorsfor dlrectofor
for J oclock Saturday to consider the theproposed theJro1pMed theproposed
proposed citlaens dU convention tor the thepurpose the111rpoee theinrrpose
purpose of nominating two candidates candidatesfor e ndtdate8for
for Commissioners COmm of the District DistrictThe DIstrictn DistrictTfie
The n meeting was called at the U request requestor
cf r H I lrje Dumber of the directors The Thepfcui Thel Theplan
plan l which originated ntld among severalmembers several severalmembers
members of the Chamber as published publishedexcursively pubUif4f publishedPaclrralvey
excursively f > in The Times TI Tuesday will willIe will1e willhe
Ie onaMwed MI detaJt at SaturdaysJ11etlint Saturday aluMaysmerging a amettinp
merging mettinpIf J11etlintIttt
If Ittt It Is decided deel ed to go ahead with the thewhfme thepchTnE thei
i whfme + eheme means will be adopted immedarely Immedi Immediately ImmfdlRteh ¬
ately to Invite the cooperation of the theBoard lb lbaard the1lcard
Board aard of Trade and citteeMT assocta U8OCIa11JI1 aseociafluv assoctatlinK
tlinK
Consulted With Citfoaa CitfoaaNottvdtfaitaJiteig at atNtJt14 CitiseasIratwdtolai
NottvdtfaitaJiteig NtJt14 Iratwdtolai lldlg the u Ghairtllar t 0 Csmer Cam Camm 0f11f1c4
f11f1c4 mer m ve a was W supposed sul losed to be closed c108eltStocr4tar today
Secretary Stocr4tar Stcr Lary Grant was at his Oat dIIIIIt aH aHmorning aftm aAmornltlg
morning m rnlIg la I comultaUon taUoa taUoaand wtyth dtrecfcsn dtrecfcsnand dh + sct rs rsand
and rcpr rt reptestatlwtt > Jt8fltRbLUve e tatlre C Ct cttteM cttteMt assod assod1hns
t 1hns ns Byfar By 1Ifr toe tit greatest greatestwhich sretefltwttlch ieegew ieegewwhich
which has beat brought 1I rouht t a bear 1MarrClT ta israver tafavor
favor of holding hoklln the the convent cueftllde was wasevidences waspyldfnceL wasevidenced
evidences evidencesSeveral pyldfnceL5IIcral evidenced3gverai
Several letters lett were received r reed cel4d ved at the theChamber daehamb thehamber
Chamber hamb from cttlsens cltben UitodaUona associations U UIng urg urging ¬
ing that the plan be considered eoR lerecL Iadvkluals Indi Individuals IndIldaal ¬
viduals ldaal called ed up and gave their in indorsement iadorem i idoraement ¬
dorsement dorem t to it whlla absolute ab olute uteuhity 1I1MUI1y unaaln unaalnIty
Ity y of opinion favoring tavorJD the calling of the tJtefPfflai thes theFneclaT
pedal s meeting prevailed among amoni the thedirectors thedlrectr thedirectorsL
directorsL directors who communicated with the thespcretsly tileN thesecretsly
spcretsly N rt q ductnz dtdsg the th day dayWhen dayVben dayWhen
When acquainted with the fact that thati th t tP
i P > sufficient number of directors desired desiredhim detdred111m desired1dm
him to call the meeting meetln President Gude Gudenecided Gudeectdecl Gudebetided
betided It should be hold not later than thanSaturday tbanStrday thanSaturday
Saturday so that t at In he event of the thedirectors tiledirector thedirectors
directors deciding to hold the conven convention oonyentln oonventbn ¬
tion the work of preparing for it can canbe canbfo
be 1 commenced in n earnest next week weekGcii weekGC1 weekGca
Gcii George H Harries president ofthe of ofthe oCthe I
the Board of Trade who has been out outof outof outar I
of the city since the proposition was wasfuggeakyl wassuggesd U Uum
fuggeakyl um today said he IUd not person personally pelllOftlIy personally ¬
ally lIy flavor yortla4t the plan and would not call calla
a moatbtf moot moetie ftf list th directors of the Board Boardof Boardlr
of lr If Tuade T u ies lass YegUelstbd equemed by the direc directors directors direcors ¬
tors ors to do fIto s <
fItoGolngToo Going GolngToo Too Far frarThe FarThe tarThe
The President has h the appointive appointivepower appointive appointivepower nUye nUyepower
power in the u matter of the seleqttoB MI q oe of ofConiniasioncs oCCOIaIftakMK ofCo
Coniniasioncs Co uuislonc s A for r th the Dtatrtat Dtatrtatr 514 514Mr
Mr > r Harries and unless hip lJ requ requitha requt requtha
tha t citizen to express expree exprefisxhsf tbelr t1tel choice for forthe tor1h or or1ha
the 1h officials I think th tbclW tbe1 would be teKO teKOlug go golug golug
lug too far to undertake of their own ownnccerd ownrlcCeTd ownrccerd
nccerd to do doevlu1 doSeveral se seSeveral
Several evlu1 directors dlrec of the Board of ofTrade ofrradf ofTrade
Trade have hav openly expressed exp themselves themselvesa
art a favoring the partictpbtton tion of that thatorganization thatNgltnl8tJon thator
or organization Ih ° Ui ihbproposed J proposed pro oeed convention conven convention conven conventJon ¬
tion and it is regarded rel as s practically practicallycertain prtOtlcallycrrtaln practicallycertain
certain that they will request eClUe t a special specialmeeting 8peC1a1IuUtllJ specialrncetlug
meeting of the trManI b ard u to consider c co cotperatjoii eope1 cooperation
operation pe1 < t t ion with the Chamber of Coni Commerce Conimf Conitlter ¬
merce mf tlter P if the latter body arrives at ra raIxvorable a afavorable af
favorable f olab conclusion relative to holding holdingthe
the 1 he convention conventionThe conventionThe nntlonTh4
The view vi < w taken generally today is that thatthe thatth thatthe
the th > convention nn > ntlcn if held wit I be pulled pulledc
c rr early 11y next month In the meantime meantimethe
t the he vattoufl va tloUIII associations partirtpatteg partirtpattegT fALrtItIpa
T Ill probably hold prlmarieo to select selectflegate Iect IectI Iectdelegates
delegates I flegate > to the convention It Is con conEideVed eonId
EideVed Id 1 tpd Pd likely that at President Pr Presidentof tdent Tatt may mayhnow
I b hnow no raw whom the he hethat majority of o the citfaens citfaenscif cltlaenIt citllaens citllaensof I
cif It tli flil t ii District favor for the next two twoConuntsstoners twoConu twoComtnisudoners
Conu Conuntsstoners by Christmas ChristmasGROWING ChrtetmasGROWING ChristmasGROWING
GROWING SOME SOMEThe SOlrlEThf SOMEThe
The Pllteri are getVtng on rapidly rapidlynr rapidlyarent
nr arent t nt they theyIndee thfYInd theyIndeet
Indee Ind l yrs Yf They Thf tae nwvl l to employ employt mplo mploII
t II > washerwoman < nov thy hay a alaundreR j
laundrefF 18 undn jII R TIp ItPOInf iohoii 1101 Ii Sunday Herald I
WANTS W ANTS TO PAY DEBTS DEBTSOFFICIALLY DEBTSOFFICIALLYSETTIJED DEBTSOFFICIALLY
OFFICIALLY OFFICIALLYSETTIJED OFFICIALLYSETTIJEDN SETTLEDNew SETTLED
New N York Y orle Man Who Went Through Bankruptcy Bankru cy Pro Proceedings Proc Proceedings ¬
ceedings c edings Finds He Had Property Then ThenAsks ThenAsks ThenAsks
Asks Court to Reopen Case
NEW YORK Nov 2iEdgar 2i Edgar L LPtonwa LPIeneR LPienea
Ptonwa of 28 8 West Eightysecond Eightysecondstreet
street wa was u formerly a realestate real estate broker brok broker brokdlrrCt ¬
er dlrrCt ilrirctor r of a llf life insurance company companyan compAnyaM companyanti
aM an president f a gold okl mining nin com company comny cornI ¬
I pany panyit ny nytt nyF
it F want through bankruptcy in 1SW 19180ten 1SWten liJ19tt1I
ten years ago His Ii schedules edules showed showedtwentyfix showedtwentyqtx howedtwentytfx
twentyfix creditors whose ttoe claims ag aggregated aggrecated aggregated ¬
gregated f11iV 1192 He had no assets llMt and andconsequently andeonaeqMnLly andconsequently
consequently none of the creditors took tookthe tooku tookthe
the u trouble to tile IU a claim claimThe claimThe claimThe
The largest laawe t claim was for 1000 owed owedto
to Sandford P Ross oa Having I passed passedthrough JMl passedthrtrogh ed edthrowh
through bankruptcy Pierson was wa free freefrom freefrom freefrom
from debt The bankruptcy proceedings proceedingswere NoceedlnS8were
were wound up and the matter was long longago Ion longago
ago < < 0 burfcl In court record r r and for forgotten forgot forgot ¬
gotten got tenby by every one but Pierson PiersonNow PienonNow PiersonPlow
Now Pferson PIe has applied to the United UnitedStates UnitedStat UnitedStates
States Stat District D trlct Court to have the case casereopened ca casereopened e epened
reopened pened on the ground that he has hase h hFATHERS hasFATHERS
FATHERS FATHERSFREES ARRIVAL ARRIVALFREES
FREES MISS PORTER PORTERe
e Girl Will Return to Ne Nebraska Nebnl Nebraska ¬
braska bnl k As A Soon S n As SheRegains She SheRegairjs SheRegRill i
Regains Health Healthlose He th thIMI
IMI lose KMhertoe Porter wasthe was this morning morn mornfcttS mornt
fcttS t turued over to the custody CU y of c her her4shr herW herdier
4shr dier W F Porter former secretary secretarydft Hl le U7 U7of
dft state of Nebraska aced a member memberrf
of < rf the senate te of that State StateMr StateXI SlateMr
Mr Porter arrived in Washington vthln ton last lastevening Jaatea6Rf lastevening
evening ea6Rf had immediately Immed ately straightened straightenedout lttened lttenedout
out the difficulties in which Miss Kath Katharine Katherine Kathertvie ¬
arine became involved involvedH1 InvolvedH involvedHb
H1 H will not return home for a few fewdays fewday fewdays
days as his daughter IB f 111 and cannot cannottravel cannottravel cannottravel
travel She has h been under a physicians physicianscare physiciancare
care for the past few days daysNORTHWEST daIINORTHWEST daysNORTHWEST
NORTHWEST STORM STORMTIES STORMTIES STORMTIES
TIES UP RAILROADS RAILROADSSEATTLE
SEATTLE Wash Xov 28 SThe The groat groatstorm Sroattorm groatstorm
storm that has waged W over the PacificNorthwest Pacific PacificNorthwest
Northwest t for the pmt three days IISH IISHmaropned hssntaropned
maropned man inld three Great Gre t Northern trainsbetween trains trainsbetween tralnsbetween
between the Cascade tunnel and Tonga Tongaand Tonl Tonland Tongaand
and relief lleC trains tn ns are now bringing brln ng the thepassengers thopaa thepassengers
passengers paa en enl into Int tHto city cityThoee cityThoee cityThose
Thoee arriving today told of the havoc havocof havocof
of the flood In the Cascade mountains mountainsIn
In western tent Oregon and eastern Weahipgton Wasit Wasitfetgton 1 8h 8hh
fetgton h ton the rain is I said to bo of sec secondary H HoIMIary eecoi ¬
oi ondary dary consequence the wind creating
the be most damage The unrooting of ofliitngs
liitngs the sweeping w pln away of bridges
Mi the breaking of dams ar are some of iie ofi t tthln88
i e things reported reportedAlong reportedAlong h
Along Alan lower Puget Sound the streams streamsre streamare
are re all n out of their th r banks along the theColumbia theColumbia
Columbia river landslides have put the therailroads theral1roadll therailroads
railroads temporarily out of commission commis commission comm1sIOD ¬
sion IOD and Al in the Willtamette valley all allrivers allrivers
rivers are torrents torrentsIt I
It Is I thought that it will require sev several several ev evera ¬
eral era weeks to repair the damage to the
Great Northern property The Southern
Pacific is also a sufferer at Oregon OregonCity OregonClt OregonCity
City Clt Oswego and Portland particularly particularlyTOM particularlyTOM particularlyTOM
TOM JOHNSONS SON SONON SONON SONON
ON WAY TO RECOV RECOVERY RECOVERYXBW ERY ERYNEW
NEW YORK Nov 25 5LoWn lx > ftln E EE EE EE
E Johnson son on of f Mayo Tom l 10 L > John Johnson Johnson Johnaon ¬
son of Cleveland CI < weland Is recovering rCOveran today todayat
at Miss W Alstons Sanitarium on West WestSlxiarMrst WestSixtyfirst
SlxiarMrst 81 Jtnt street from an operation
last night for a severe attack of f ap appendicitis ¬
pendicitisfor pe pendicitis CUcltili CUcltiliPur
Pur a while blowing the operation It Itwan itwaR Itwas
wan thought hou hl the young > man n could not notpossibly notpoeBIbly notpossibly
possibly recover Johnson rested well wellthrough welllJo
through lJo h th the night however and Dr Drlo Jo Jo1teOH
1teOH E Fuld who performed ed the oper op r
a I J n 1 said today that the chances were
In liia fa a or orJohnson orThnJoII orJohnson
Johnson is i a broker in this city and andahfut andt andahcut
ahfut t cut thirfyfi rars oM Mrs It Join JolmjU Joinanti JolnI1
jU I1 vii hrricter l r visfprinlaw ist > rinlaw in 1aw Mr Mrs Ir Maiarhil Maiarhilan rai trlili
an 411 at tii tl1f < li Iln > r + pitHl
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As we know our glue is isbest isbest is I Ir
r best 80 do we know that our ournew ournew our1id
1id new patented cap ca bottle is like likewise likewise likewise ¬
wise best No cork ready for forimmediate forimmediate forImmediate
immediate use the glue kept air airtight airtight air ¬
f tight hence no waste wasteA wasteA wastequarter
A quarter of a turn releases the thecap thecap thecap
cap and puts it on again againSold againSold
f 1 Sold by dealers everywhere for fork
k 1 Oc a bottle In nonleakable nonleakabletubes nonIeakabletube3
1 tubes also for the same sameBargains sameprice samePr1CC
Pr1CC Pr1CCBargains price priceBargains
Bargains in Highgrade Millinery
Special Reductions Thirty rly dozen fine French J < Felt in all the late
r V MVHWU
f drapes colors black bht < k brown navy myr f fTwenty
for Friday fl tau taupe garnet BOld at from 100 to 9 Be C
f 3i 60 sacriAcln acrlftclnt at atTwenty atTwenty
Twenty Ave dozen Childrens hats Hat In all the theIIptOdat twoa
N uptodate a shapes ha colon blhck bloc k brown brownnavy n f
WAVY myrtle and rd cardinal Some trim trlmme 7 HC HCmed 5c C Clied
med me < < in taaeta taU trt rlobor rtbboni bor worth flM 1 to go ale aleTwht atTwant at
Vx Twenty > down t t1mm tlmmed mmed hats in all altrotors
l d rotors mostly black trimmed tm In o f n nI > f f fi
I i wings velvets atlks and ornaments H > 1 r rr W 9 98 98v X 8
r 4 iVautH I up 1 to W 6 to go at a aFtet S M MIf
v If Fifty Ftet 1dozen dozen fancies Imported In black brown brownmyrtle bronmyrtle
I myrtle taupe tau light ll < < ht blue navy etc etci tc Tr > 1
i I usually sold at from J160 150 to Jl75 17 17a t7e 2 5C St C Capiece
II apiece a plfCf tc go at ati a atJest to toJut
i > Jo Jut > THehfd ro led fifty ft doxen d Hn of the most mo t exclusive exclusiventyle exdulveIItyle6 excluetvet
t ntyle + in fat hats with our usual Qf A A A AymT
1 ymT S lftw t > > w prices attached atta < he to sell f1I from fromALEXANDER 1 0 00
T L 911 Jflt tfV tfVALEXANDER
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126 I L ALEXANDER Braces A JACOBS FISHEL FISHELBraces FJS11ELI Manafftr ManafftrTXo 7 t h S t I
1 TXo < cona cOHBCotlon with any other tbarota stern b
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Just discovered dl covcrecl he owned real estate at atthe atthe atthe
the time tlm > he passed p ed through bankruptcy
I He Ie didnt know he owned the property propertythen propertythen
then or It would have gone one in ae an anasset anuset anasset
asset He has only recently discov discovered dl discovered cov covered ¬
ered it and so > > 0 he wants the case re reopened reopened reopened ¬
opened and a chance given Vis J old cred ¬
itors to Ole their claims against his hisproperty hisproperty hisfourth
property The Th property consists consl ts of a ath
fourth th interest Intcre t In twentythree acres In Inthe Inthe inthe
the township of Raritan N J T
Judge Hand heard the petition and andwas andwas andwas
was frankly frankJ puzxled what to do There Therewas ThereWas Therewee
was no precedent for such a proceed ¬
ing The case was closed do ed absolutely absolutelYand
and the c eredltor redJ tors accounts were Ions Ionsago longago
ago outlawed But Mr Plerson was insistent In Insistent Inslatent ¬
sistent and so the Judge has b < H o decided to toaccede toaccede toaccede
accede to MB request giving the creditors credi creditors credltor ¬
tors tor a year to file le their claims and andprove andprove andprove
prove themMr them themMr themIr
Mr Ir Pierson lias all made eVery ery effort to
find his hi former creditors but some are
dead de < < l and others havo moved away
Still he has hopes that they the or their
heirs may ma be found foundAged foundXRAY foundXRAY
XRAY VICTIMS BODY BODYFOUND BODYFOUND
FOUND IN HIS HOME HOMEAged
1 1Aged
Aged Man Believed to HaveSuccumbed Have HaveSuccu
Succumbed Succu be to Experi Experiments Experil1enJs ExPeriments ¬
ments of Nephew NephewLIBGB
LIBGB Belgium uv v 5oWlth St With his hisbqdy hisqd hisbody
body qd clearly cJrl Indicating that he h hadrdlcl hadrdlclfrom bad hadvdiodfrom dloll dlollfrom
from a prolonged exposure expo urtt to radium radiumand radl radiumand m mand
and xrays an n aged man was wa found founddead founddead founddead
dead in his home here h re today A nephew nephewof
of the dead man who ho occupied the same samehouse samehouse amehouse
house Is mysteriously rnr terlously missing leaving leavingbehind leeln leelnbt leavingbehind
behind bt lnd him the telltale evidences of ofexperiments ofEoxperlments ofexperiments
experiments with various radio agents agentsThe agentsThe agentsThe
The police havetwo1 hAve two theories as to tothe tothe tothe
the mans death either that his nephew nephewrobbed nephewrobbed nephewrobbed
robbed and murdered him or or killed him himaccidentally himaccidentally himaccidentally
accidentally whllo experimenting with withthe withthe withthe
the radio agents agentsThe aGentsThe agentsThe
The body of the man was tied in his hisbed hisbed hisbed
bed bedJANITOR bedJANITOR
JANITOR ACCUSED ACCUSEDOF AC U S SF FD
OF 0 0Police F BROOCH THEFT THEFTPolice THEFTPolice
Police Say Charles Pleasant Attempted At Attempted Attempted ¬
tempted to Pawn Mrs MrsGrotons MrsGrotons MrsGrotons
Grotons Jewel JewelAccused jewelAccu8ed JewelAccused
Accused of stealing a Lrooch Ltoo h valued valuedat
at 100 from Mrs Elizabeth Groton Grotonof
of the Huntington HunUngonapRJIiftentfl apartments 2713 Z71tFourteenth 2713Fourteenth t7UJourl
Fourteenth Jourl n h Mtreet street trtI Charles Cbarl Pleasant Pleasantjanitor PIe8antjanitor Pleasantjanitor
janitor set at the t apartment a tment house was wasarraigned wasafJalgnoJ wasarlaigno
arraigned in tb th thei United States branch branchof
of the F Felice P1 Ice Court Cou t this morDln morning Mrs MrsGroton MrsGroton MrsGroton
Groton le e otft of the city and the he case casewas caMCwas casewas
was continued until she returns returnsMrs retr retrJtlrs returnsMrs
Mrs Groton missed the brooch sev several sweral v veral ¬
eral months ago Defectives who were wereworking wereorklng wereworking
working on thecase the case ca e failed to t get any anyclue anyclue anyclue
clue to the identity of ibo t thief until untiltwo untiltW untiltwo
two tW days ago when the police say
Pleasant attempted to pawn It ItBALDWIN ItBALDWIN ItBALDWIN
BALDWIN ESTATE ESTATEONLY ESTATEONLY ESTATEONLY
ONLY TEN MILLIONS MILLIONSComplete MILLIONSComplete MILLIONSComplete
Complete Appraisement Shows ShowsLucky ShowsLucky ShowsLucky
Lucky Was Worth Less LessThan LessThan LessThan
Than Supposed SupposedSAN I ISAN
SAN FRANCISCO Cal Nov NovThe NovThecomplete SThe SThecomplete Z The
complete appraisement of the estate of ofthe oftbe ofthe I
the late E J < I Lucky Baldwin which whichwas whichwas whichwar
was estimated at the time of his b deatn deatnat
at 52119609 2IM 2M < Mi00e shows that It totals t tals a little littleless littlelea littlelees
less than tt6CQMO tGeoo
RECLAMATION TRIP TRIPPLEASES TRIPPLEASESSENATORS
PLEASES PLEASESSENATORS PLEASESSENATORSMuch SENATORS SENATORSMuch
Much Difference of Opinion Opinionas
as to Future Irriga Irrigation Irrigation Irrigatlon ¬
tion Projects ProjectsFrederick ProjectsFrederick ProjectsFrederick
Frederick H I Newell director of the theReclamation tJMReelamaUon theReclamation
Reclamation Service and Arthur P PDavis PDavis PDavis
Davis Chief Engineer have returned returnedto re lrned lrnedto
to Washington after a trip through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the West with the Senate Committee on onIrrigation 9nIrrJsation onIrrigation
Irrigation where they inspected Gov Government GoverrmGnt Goverrment ¬
ernment reclamation projects projectsThere projectsThrl projectsThere
There is much speculation Jatlon as to the theforthcoming theforthcoming theforthcoming
forthcoming report of the Senate Com Comjmend CornI
I I mlttee It III probable It will recent recommend recentmend
jmend mend the issuance of bonds for th thcompletion the thecmptl1tJ thecfmplttlct
completion 1 of the reclamation projects projectswhich projectswhch projectswhich
which have already been started But Butthere Butthere Butthere
there is much difference of opinion as asto a ato asto
to whether the Government should em embark embark embark ¬
bark on any more projects in the West WestRepresentations WeatRepresentations VestRepresentations
Representations were made to the committee com committee commltteo ¬
mittee by Western capitalists that the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment
Government should now step out and andallow andallow andallow
allow private enterprises to carry on the thework thework thework
work of irrigation This is the view
taken by b Secretary of the Interior Bal
linger lingerThe UngerThe Lin er erThe
The settlers on Government projects projectson
on the other hand told the committee
that they the favored favored Government con construction constrncUon constructlon ¬
struction as against private building of ofreclamation ofreclamation ofreclamation
reclamation projects because the Gov Government Government Government ¬
ernment Is more disposed to o deal fairly
with the settlers settle and because b cu e when whenprivate whenprivate whenprivate
private enterprise takes hold water waterusers waterusers waterusers
users usually have to pay good interest
on an inflated capitalization
Members of the Senate committee
here say that It is not Ikely that an
effort will be made to have Congress
abandon the reclamation idea Since the
Secretary of the Interior must author ¬
ise all new reclamaion projects and andlf
since Se toro torobe rotary tary Bamnger hu declared
hlm himself elf lf to be In favor avor of n t private enter enterprise enterprise enterprise ¬
prise no action by Congress is neces necessary noo08Rry neecesary ¬
sary to prevent extension of the reclamation recla reclamation reclamatlon ¬
mation of arid lands so long as Bal
linger is I in office officeSOLDIER ofrlceSOLDIER officeSOLDIER
SOLDIER MARRIESNEWBURGH MARRIES MARRIESNBWBURGH MARRIESNEWBURGI
NBWBURGH N Y L Nov 36Lieut 36LieutHayden iLieutHayden iiLleutHayden
Hayden Waite Wagner U S A of the theThird theThird theThird
Third Cavalry stationed at Fort Win Wingate Wingate Vlngate
gate a N M 1 and Miss Mls Bessie WeedAsp Weed WeedAsplnwall WeedAsplnwaJl
Asplnwall Asp nw 11 were married last evening evenin at atSt atst atSt
St Georges Episcopal Church
CUPID AGAIN AGA N VICTORAGAINST VICTORAGAINST VICTOR VICTORAGAINST
AGAINST GREAT ODDSResolute ODDS ODDSResolute ODDSResolute
Resolute WomanHater Bachelor Apartment and Anti AntiMarriage ABtiMarriage AatiMarriage
Marriage Mottoes Fail to Withstand Itrepid God Godof Godf Godof
f of Love and His Hymen Darts I
NBW YORK Nov 25 5When When Charles CharlesTodd CharleaTodd CharlesTodd
Todd Van Cs Csrnp np opened a bachelors bachelorshall bachelorslIaU bachelorshall
hall in the apartment house at 3C JIIMorningelde 3CMornlnglde 3CMornlngslde
Mornlnglde avenue east six sx years ago agoticked agotscked agotacked
ticked a few antimarriage mottoes on onthe onthe onthe
the walls aU and nd announced that his foot footstep footsterE footsteps ¬
step would never never lead him Into Intothe Intothe intothe
the pastures of matrimony he was a avery a avery avery
very positive young man manWherefore manVhercfore manWherefore
Wherefore Charles Todd Van Camp I Ito Ito s sto
to be married in St Pauls Lutheran LutheranChurch LUlhranChurch LutheranChurch
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Church In 12M street 9tr ct on December 1 1to 1to 1to
to Miss Augusta Marie Butt daughter daughteror
or 0 Herman H Butt who ho owns the theapartment theaprtnumt theapartment
apartment house 110UleBachelot houseBachelors houseBachelors
Bachelors > > Kali went out of exist existence existence existence ¬
ence H year ago and the th apartment Is tehaing Isbeing
being 1 ng fitted Ued up for Van Camp Cam and his hisfuture hisfublre hisfuture
future bride as the bridal brlll 1 gift of Mr MrButt MrButt 1 1Butt
Butt ButtVan ButtVltn ButtVan
Van Camp is twentyfive years ears old a
BOAT FROM NORFOLK NORFOLKREACHES NORFOLKREACHES
REACHES HER HERDespite WHARF WHARFDespite WHARFDespite
Despite Reports of Severe Storms StormsTrip StormsTrip StormsTrip
Trip Was Made Safely SafelyWithout SafelyWithout SafelyWithout
Without Trouble TroubleThe Tr TroubleThe uble ubleThe
The Norfolk and Washington steam steamboat stOJDboat steamboat ¬
boat arrived from Norfolk on time this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning morningThe morningThe morningThe
The officials of the company state she shehad shebad shehad
had no difficulty in making the trip tripThere tripThere tripThere
There was a heavy gale blowing in the thebay thebay
bay but the storm was not unusually unusuallysevere unusuallysevere unusuallysevere II IIbay
severe and no damage was done to the thesteamer thesteamer thesteamer
steamer The dock of the Norfolk and andVashIngtor a anLLlvashlnstor
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from the Old Dominion lino dock dockwhere dockwhere dockwhere
where a collision occurred between a aliner aliner I I1Iner
liner and the BaltimoreNorfolk boat boatcaused boatcaulled boatcaused
caused by the storm according to press pressdispatches pre5jdlpatches pressdispatches
dispatches dispatchesThe
The weather was not regarded as asunusual asunusual asunusual
unusual by b the steamboat men for thistime this thistime thistime
time of the year
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F styles and fabrics This is a sale of our regular stocks and an not goods goodsbought goodsbought 1
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whose boN views VI W5 on marriage coincided with withtheirs withtheirs th ththeirs
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The trio trl believing bellevtn that they would wouldgain wouldgaIn wouldgain
gain strength IH their woman w hating by
living Uvln together rented the apartment at
X Mornlngside avenue Across Acre the hall
beyond the bounds of ott08SlblJlt possibility for Van VanCamp VaaCamp VanCamp
Camp not to meet Miss Augusta 4U1P 4t usta ta and andaftor andaCtor andafter
aCtor three years yo rs had ad come and gone goneno goneno one oneno
no one thought of throwing obstacle obstacletheir ob ael JJa
their way wayLast wayLast ay ayLAt
Last December they became i iCamps
Bachelors Hall w was liven UP the Van n
Camps persuaded their soarer mother to lorn
thorn here and they went to live in an
apartment further down the block f
TRIP IS 1 BENEFICIAL BENEFICIALTO
TO MRS M R ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTNEW R00 SEV ELT ELTNEN
NEW YORK Nov SB iMrs Mrs Theo Theodore Theodore Theodore ¬
dore Roosevelt and her daughter Miss Mi
Ethel EU1 l returned to America today
after attera a stay with relatives In Italy
Both were In fine health and spirits spiritsand spiritsand plrlt plrltAnd
and were met at the pier by friends
They are spending the day with
friends and will go to t their home in
Oyster Bay this evening evening1In
In accordance with her inflexible inflexiblerule inflexiblerule inflexiblerule
rule Mrs Roosevelt declined to see seereporters seereporters seereporters
reporters reportersBoth reportersBoth reportersBoth
Both the wife and daughter of the
former President looked In splendid
health
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fr i Sizes Si = especially iaUy in the Best Selling Selling1ines
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g on the Bargain Bar in Tables at our 7th 7thStreet 7thStreet
a Street Store marked m rked down to toQUICKMOVING tlJQ to6rq
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Thanksgiving Tbank cvtng Day entertaining BOO 5 chil ¬
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