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16 1 THE WA8IDXqTON WASHINGTON TIMES WEDNESDAY EDXESD Y JANTIAEY 12 1910
RETIREMENT LAWS LAWSARE LAWSARE
ARE BEING SOUGHT SOUGHTNatioJal SOUGHTNational
National Association With WithThis WithThis WithThis
This End In View to toMeet toMeet toMeet
Meet Friday FridayIncreasing FridayIDereutag FridayIncreasing
Increasing interest te being manifested manifestedIn ested estedIn
In the conference eont and convention yft1tioa of 0 the theTTnited tilerDltfHI therrdted
TTnited States Civil Service Retirement RetirementAssociation RetirementAseodadon t tAAOdatJoA
Association which will be held at theold theold the theold
old Masonic Ka onIc Temple Ninth and F 1 streets streetsnorthwest streetsnorthwest treetsnortb
northwest nortb on Friday and Saturday ofthte of ofthis t tthl
this thl week The Initial meeting JIMIe Df wlH open openon opeaon openon
on Friday monHng at 9 oclock The TheRev TheRev TheRev
Rev U G B Pierce chaplain of 0 tineSerrate the theSenate tltewill
Senate will offer offs the invocation and andGen aJIdn sadGen
Gen n George H Harries president of ofThe oCthe ofthe
The Board B anI of Trade win deliver eliver a brief briefaddress brieCadd briefaddress
address add of welcome to the delegates delegatesThe dek delegatesThe < < atea ateaThe
The purpose of th the conference and andconvention aftdConTftltioa andconvention
convention win w I be to amerd the con constitution eonStJtu constitution ¬
StJtu stitution Oll of the Cava Service Retirement RetirementAssociation BetlrementANOdatIoII RetirementAssociation
Association l in invite dtscuoaion of all allthe IJIIthe 411the
the proposed Xopo ed retirement legislation tlnn and andto andto andto
to agree if possible on a bill that will willservice willhaTe willhave
haTe the 1MddIII oC the he civil serviceof service serviceof senlceor
of the United States A headquarters headquartersfor
for the delegates 4111t has been established establishedat at atat
at the SbWtt House lieu and many of 0 them themare themare themare
are expected to be Ia Washington W to tomorrow tomanew tomorrow ¬
morrow night nightIn 1Ii8iatIa tightIn
In addition to the convention at old oldMasonic oWa86Die oldMasonic
Masonic a86Die Temple a mass meeting of ofdelegates oCdeleptes ofdelesatea
delegates and friends will be 1M held at tb tbPublic the thePublic thePublic
Public Library next JIe Saturday tl day night nightivhem nidalwbea nightwhen
when prise will be awarded a8rd for the thel theheat
l heat > et essays on retirement l t The eon contestants eonrountry coat
utams t hail 1 from eY every section oC Ute Utecouatry thec
c rountry The merit of these essays essayswill ellaPwitl layswill
will be Judged by a committee com oeposed COIIIpoNd 1 1posed
posed of Washtegtom WaahiD < < tOa newspaper me meand men JDeIland menand
and correspondents eo ta appointed by President Pres President ¬ i iMent
ident M F ODonoghue ODoIIo < < Iwe of the Civil CivilService Clntfervtee Civilervice
Service Retirement Association A soclatto as fol fellows follows fol10ws ¬
lows Elmer E Paine Associated l Press Presschairman Pressdla1rman Presschairman
chairman Thomas F Logan Phlladei PhlladeiThia Ph11adelt Phlladelhla
Thia t bAa Inquirer secretary Edgar C CSnyder Cnyder Cnyder
Snyder nyder Omaha < > aha Bee Charleswards Charles A Ed Edward 1 1WAr ¬
WasWittr WasWittrton W WTn Washh Washhtnn
ward WAr II E C It Humphries
ton Herald William utam H Landvolgfct Larrdvolghtvenn LandvolgfctKventeg LaDdvoIIPItEVfJIIiac
Kventeg venn Star G W Franey Ttanea and andM ad adM
M M HTS 1L H A Delaney Post PostFATHER PoetFATHER t tFATHER
FATHER P F HEALY HEALYIS HEALYIS HEALYIS
IS LAID AT REST RESTFormer RESTFo RESTForib
Forib Former Fo er Rector Re c of Gear Georgetown GeorgetownBwied wn wntried wnBuried
Buried tried la Uatvecsky UatvecskyCemetery UaiosityCemetery U > t lj ljCemetery
I
Cemetery Cemeterythis CemeteryWith I I1
I Irites
With trtpaesslve 1 cat esoosy WOIIthe the last lastrites
rites for Patbee ht er PatrIck F Healy were werethis e ethi
this thi morning sdemntaed te the Dahl Dahljcren DaIIIlren 1Jtah1gren
jcren Chapel at Georgetown University UniversityThe UnlvendtyThe UntverettyThe
The Rev Dr Himmel president of the thetmrrerslty tbelmtnntty thetnlveroty
tmrrerslty celebrated mass of requiem requiemNo requiemNo
No 0 pallbearers pall earers were appointed but butmembers 1RIt0 butmembers
members of 0 the household bore the thebody thebody thebody
body to o the grave Burial was made JIIa e athe ia iathe fathe
the university enltT cemetery cemeteryDIRECTORS cemeteryDIRECTORS ery eryDIRECTORS
DIRECTORS CHOSEN CHOSENBY CHOSENBY CHOSENBY
BY LABEL COMPANY COMPANYThe
The Ihe following men comprise the th newly newlyelected BeWIy1fCteII tellyelected
elected board of directors for the year ear earlt1ft
191 lt1ft of the H Howard wrd Label Oetpaay CeutpnugJames OetpaayJames cpaTJaDMll
James D RsMneon R11l1n oB Frank T Rawling Rawliuesrr RawlingG
G Thomas Dunlop James tuBt1I BaIrd David Davids DevfdL
S L Carat John J I L Freebie PTosI e George E EHoward EHoward EHoward
Howard Isaac Oans Frank E OBrien OBrienThe OBrieJLTAe OBrienThe
The new president nt of o the th company is isJames IsJJDP8 isJames
James D Richardson RIe aJdJon G Thomas Dun Dunlop DunJop Dunlop
lop is vice Ice jwestdent and Frank E EOBrien EOBrieD EOBrian
OBrien secretary and treasurer treasurerENGINEER tlfaSUretENGINEER treasurerENGINEER
ENGINEER TOOK CHANCE CHANCEBRLE CHANCEERIE H HHIE
ERIE > > HIE Pa Jan 1LJ 13 J C Butler ButJf en enSiaeer enneer engineer
Siaeer neer of train No > K x a fast westbound westboundI westboundLake westboundLake
I Lake ake Shore railroad paseensr ft train is isheld 1sheJd Isheld
held responsible rpOD lb1oe for the wreck at North NorthEast XGrthEa8t NorthEast
East Pa P last I Friday when two Mien Mienwere DHmwee teenwte
were killed Batter who 11I1IIo is sixtythree sixtythreeyears sixtythreesears mtytbreeyeus
years old aDd has been in tin mprrr mprrrthe u 1 1the i of ofthe <
the railroad for over forty t < < rtT years toid toidthe toidthe toldthe
the coroners Jury with tears tear stream streaming streaming treamng ¬
ing ng down his cheeks that he took a achance atMne achance
chance ran past his signals knowlJ1 knowlJ1the knowing tknowingthey knowingthey < <
they the were out of order ordf owing cn ntr ntrbl io othe otheblizsard the thebliasard
blizsard bl but thinking the track ahead aheadArtistic shoedwag
wag 8 clear clearArti clnrArtistic
Artistic Arti tic Floral Fl < < a1 Decorations DecorationsAppropriate s sl
Decorationsi
Appropriate decorative e schemes i for all allsocial allsocial
l
social functions n Gude 1214 F st stAdvt Advt
I PONTIFICAL PONTIFI CAL MASS MASSAT 1Y1ASSAT MASSAT I
AT ST ALOYSIUS ALOYSIUSCtthoHc ALOYSIUSJ ALOYSIUSCatholic ALOYSIUSCatholic
y J
Catholic Church Dignitaries Will WillAttend WillAttend WillAttend
Attend Services for Late Car Cardinal Cardinal Cardinal ¬
dinal Satolli Tomorrow TomorrowDignitaries TomorrowDlt TomorrowDignitaries
Dignitaries Dlt ltr5e of the u CatWttc Chum Chumwill ChareMwill CJturehwiD
will gather ther at St Aloystus Church to tomorrow torow tomorrow ¬
morrow row morning JItOIIII at atpontifical 11 1 ododt when a aJORtUlcal apoatmcI
pontifical reqniemnaas requtrma ltd ltdtor elebnt elebntfoe d dfor
for the tI e late Cardinal Satettt who died diedRoMe in IsRome inRome
Rome January t Cardinal Gibbons Gibbonswill GlWtoaswill Gibbonswill
will preside J lesicIe and Mgr IMomede Pal Faioonto Palcoolo Paloemio
oonto apostolic delegate te to the United UnitedStates Unhe UnheState UnitedStates
States will be I e the celebrant celebrantCardinal celelKaDtCardt8aJ ceielrantCardinal
Cardinal GtM Gibbons s wl deliver a a brief brieftribute Driettribute brieftribute
tribute to the dead cardinal and ad Xgr XgrShanhan xrSbanhaD tor torShanhan
Shanhan rector of the Catholic Uni University UIvenlty University ¬
versity of America will assist in the thesanctuary thesaactuarJ thesanctuary
sanctuary Several leading Ie dtac Jesuits win willbe winbe winbe
be in attendance at Including IDcI d1nli = JPatherPap FatherPap Father FatherPapi
Pap S J 1 formerly secretary to Car Cardinal Cardinal Cardinsi ¬
dinal Satollf and now a professor JKof at atWoodstock atWtOd atWoodetock
Woodstock WtOd tock College CoI cbllee Father Pap will willact willact willact
act as deacon and Mgr M i Bonventure BonventureCerrleti BonYeBtureCftT1fti Bonverr fire fireCerrieti
Cerrleti auditor of the t apostolic legs legation I legstion ¬ rti
ti tion n as subdeacon sobdeaconBin subdeaconIBULKLEY subdeaconI subdeaconBULKLEY
IBULKLEY I Bin BULKLEY ULNLLI v cv Droimro RESUMES ntbullwPhysician RESUMESDEFENSE RESUMESDEFENSE
DEFENSE OF EARLY EARLYPhysician EARLYt
Physician to Take Pulp PulpMakers Pulp Pulp11akers PulpMakers t
Makers to New York for forComparison forComparison forComparison
Comparison Comparison3OBW
NEW YORK Jan 12 12T To prove WOW r rJoha tea that tiiatJohn thatJoha
Joha B R R Early the former ron er soldier wier to tonot IIIlOt isnot
not lOt sufferteg eriDg from leprosy Dr L I Den DwaI Dencan > n nea
I ea can Btfiktey Bariys llh rays ehamsion pro proposes proto prop0005 ¬
poses bringing brtn Ing to New ew York several HYe men menwho BMftwlo menwho
who wlo work In pulp mills who are af afflict atJllcteel afflicted mct mctI
eel exactly 118 Earlyoaee Early once was I shall shallbring Miallbrlac shallbring
bring them here by a a route which will willnot willnot willnot
not include Washington Wblt IIIotton said i I Dr DrBulkley DrBulkley > r rBulkley
Bulkley Bulkleythere for they cIoI1t know mow Jepro leprosy leprosythere y ythere
there when w eft they see It and they must mtarrMt meetarrest mustarrest
arrest these men menDr JDeILDr menDr
Dr Bulkleys determination to bring bringthese brla brlatheM bringthese
these men to New York follows the themeeting tltemeet themeeting
meeting meet of the Society of Medical Juris Jurisprudence Jvrlsprudenoe 1rIBnIIIIence ¬
prudence nIIIIence last Ja t night when w a report reportsigned reportby reportsigned
signed by a special committee of live livewas ayew Avewas
was w read declaring > Early as a prob probable probable probable ¬
able leper Dr Bulkley Bulk resisted rat the theeffort thee theeffort
e effort < < ort to adopt the resolution declaring declaringthat deeIartngt declaringthat
that t a Early arly was not a leper eper and that thatmicroscopic thateroscop4c thataeroscepic
microscopic eroscop4c and clinical tests te had showsEarly shown shownEarly own ownEarly
Early had once OII been aJCUeted with withIa a anever aakin
akin Ia nuIIh common Ia pulp factories but butBeYer butnever
never with leprosy leprosyIt JeprGQIt
It was almost unanimously agreed agreedthat agreedthat agreedthat
that the matter should be deferred until untilsuch untilJmdI untilsuch
such time as Dr Bulkley could prepare preparehis pI8IMUehJs preparehis
his answer a r In I the meantime tJme Early Earlyunder EarlyUD6er Earlyunder
under an assumed name te II living II some someDr somewhere me mewJlere
where Ie Ute city oC New York TorcDr YorkDr
Dr Butfcley this tJat afternoon declared declaredhe dedaredhe declaredbe
he would Id bring 1x Early here ere for the next nextmooting nextmeeting teXtoC
mooting of the u society to together tJIer with withother withother withother
other Mea MB afflicted with the same ae skin skinmen MdDras akinlash
men lash ras
SPEAKERS CHOSEN CHOSENSenator CHOSENtor CHOSENSenator
Senator tor Newiands NewIaII Representative RepresentativeRaasdell Rep ReprosentativeRamsdell e eRaatMleIl
Raasdell Representative J H David Davtdson Davidson DaTtdBOD ¬
son and Mr Mrs I J 1 Ellen Foster will be beamong bemODg beamong
among toe speak pekuat ere at the New WUlarttonight WiUarO WiUarOtonight WJI1artOlttght
tonight where w the District committee of ofthe oftIM ofthe
the Womaas National Rivers and Harbors Har Harbors Harhorl ¬
bors Congress Cor rrfM will meet The hour of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the mUJg n tiig Is S oclock and the public publicis
is io Is corrlallj rdall invited invited2CA5X7US InvitedMAcU5 I IXAECtrS
2CA5X7US N0 JTOTBS NOT S Avetteaeer AnctieseerAuction AvetteaeerAuction A AAuction
Auction Sale of Furniture
100 pieces Cut Glass lot lotBooks lotBooks lotBooks I
Books Brass and EnamelBed Enamel EnamelBed Enamplj
Bed Outfits 50 pairs Lace LaceiCurtains LaceCurtains i iCurtains
I Curtains Carpets and RugsWithn Rugs EugsWithin RugsI
I Within Witt n My Salesrooms 426 4269th 426i
i 9th st N W on Thursday ThursdayJ
January J J anuary 13th at apt 1 10 A M Mpfre MI hi1ee
1 1ee pieces pt Cut Gian Gla ot Books Sf ii i pairs pairsLc pairLace lrar lrarLace
I Lc Lace CartaJns Curtal BraN and Enamel E amel Beds Steel SteelSprings St1Sprbap SteelSprings
Springs F Felt H and nd Hair Maitremec JiIat Bedding BeddingAxxntawtM Beddtn BeddtnADAhulter 13eddingAxminster < <
AxxntawtM and andVelvet Velvet IVfl Ru Rap and Carpet arpMII Fin FinParlor FinParlor Fine FineParlor <
Parlor Suit Suites and Odd Plec Pieces SideboardsBuffets Sideboards SideboardsBuffet SIdeboardsatreu
Buffet atreu China Closets Cl lets Dining TaMea T Bed Bedroom BPdSott Bedmom ¬
room Snlte Sott Davooports Da s Dressers and d Wa Wash WaabIItand8 Washstands h h8lanrt8
stands Office om and library Furniture Furnlt f fart aio aioarts io ioranB
ranB art arts Chairs < Rnckr Rn R < ckera keno CfU rmichee och < h and d many manyother manyober manyrber
other desirable rable artftles it
i
10 Discount On Accounts ettled In 30 Days Daysi Dayss Days4l34l541
a i IOOl IOOlf s
f
J 409411413415417 4l34l541 Seventh seventhJanuary Stl StlJanuary
January Sale of ofBeds ofBeds
Beds and Bedding eErery 8 8eErery I II I
Ey I Iron and Braes lk BM fa the More Js now re reduced la isprice I I Iprice
price TJMaIe TM oak will Jaet set OR oaiy t tisig week aM it will pal you youto JOU JOUtake
to take advantage 4h of tutees tIMIMritIp tIMIMritIpThis s rm rmThis
This 51675 1675 TwoInch Q QPost asPost
Post Brass Bed8OO Bed
8OO 8OOStrongiy 1 1I 1I I I
Stromr1y Ma Made f TwoIlIdI Post PmltBraSs PostBrass
BraSs Beds just like the Wes mastTation Westratlon
tTation to the right for oily r rs
8 net 1 this week These beds Mdsin 1 1 1are
are in full double sires only onlyAIId
and no discount will b allowed allowedef Ns NsoK a 0
ef oK tbta tM nos nosdiscount Brice Idee
This 6200 TwoInch TwoInchContinuous TwoInchti
1 Continuous ContinuousPost ContinuousPostBrass Post PostBrass
ti
Brass Bed Beds575
s575 s575Massire 5175 I IKassiTe
KassiTe Contlnuou Continuouspoet pmIt Brass BrassBed Brasst
t Bed j jat t like the illustration to tothe tothe
the tigl 1 L t Has t twentysix ty lx fancyltllers fancy fancyf111
f111 ltllers n = fancy vases 3MS and 1in finet t tad f fgradd
gradd ad < sattn tHn ftn finili h l Il I
POLICY HOLDERS HOLDERSGET HOLOERSGET HOLDERSGET
GET BIG BONUSES BUSESMetropolitan BONUSESIetropoIitan BONUSESMetropolitan
Metropolitan Life Insurance InsuranceCompany InsuranceCompany InsuranceCompany
Company Liberal With WithIts WithIts VithIts
Its Patrons PatronsWith PatronsWItII PatronsWith
With the announcement of rich bonuses bonusesto boneesto
to be paid policy pollcybolders holders the Metro MtstropoMtan MetropoHtan M tro tropoIItaa
poHtan Life Insurance Company has hasstarted hasIItrtM hasstarted
started the year 1M 1919 to under condition conditionmost coPdttIeM1DO conditionsmost
most 1DO t favorable yOth1Jle to its patrons At ire frequent irequeat irequest ¬
quest mtervkte during dUrln the year Just Justclosed Justclosed t tdOlled
closed this tbI company cant any made voluntary die dtstribttttOMe dl dltrItMIdoM dietribedone
tribttttOMe of cast ca L benefits which brought broughtup DrouS t tup
up the t e total of such payments within withina v tWA tWAa
a period of 0 seventeen > > even teen years to SbJIMtThe 2 3KnMM 3KnMMThe tOINI tOINIThe
The Metropolitan Company officials offlcWshave officialshave otftdaJhave
have worked especially eet cialty 1I to create and andconsistently andon andconslatefgtly
consistently < on bteDtly maintain a bond of human humanor
or personal nIODaI sympathy rather than pure purely purely purely ¬
ly business butdJte or formal connection with witheach witheach 1IootUtea
each ea h one of the multitude of persons personswho per80lNiwho personswho
who are both contributors contrib ors to the com companys eompaIIy companys ¬
panys paIIy prosperity pro perJty and dependent upon it itfor itfor itfor
for then own relief in time of need needThe DeeclThe needThe
The bonuses bons which are to be paid are arenot areDOt arenot
not actions of C spasmodic generosity generositybut generositybut generositybut
but in the words of an official 8f claJ are Sa Sakeeping Sakeepl iskeeping
keeping keepl g with the consistent con letent attitude of ofthe ofUN ofthe
the company to share with Its policy policyholders policyholders policyholders
holders all earnings In excess of the theestimated theeetlmated theestimated
estimated probabilities upon which their theirpolicies theirpoUde theirpolicies
policies are areTlaeate based basedThese basedThese
These bonuses mean that all policy
holders wro pass pe the age of seventyfive
du dupay dul during ll 1t 1910 receive a bonus sufficient to topay topay
pay i iyear their further premiums for k tu fuU fuUyear a ayear
year Policies of thirty years yearsare durat duratiare <
are awarded sums covering six months monthsprenrfunj monthspr8llllUII monthspresaiunt
prenrfunj and nd so on down to the pot policies pohants ¬
ants erred tee < jd between 1 UK S and M 1t06 which whichare whihare whichare
are a varied ed bonuses bonu e covering five fiveweek fi fiveweekL e ew
week w jurat duration durationThe JurationTbe Jon JonThe
The most notable award in the thedeath pr pre ei ent nt
distribution istbe payment oC U6AOI ZiOOOIl on ondeath undeath
death claims that had already b bort bortsettled f fettled > r rsettled
settled in full between Janury 1 L 191 191and i iand
and July 1 3909 During Die each death deithclaim deathclaim
claim paynnn paymt n an a industrial poio poiowill po pokwill 1 1will
will cover not only the face of t the theclaim Uleclaim theclaim
claim hut there will be paid an act actdKtona a aiditionel < 1 1dtttonaJ
dKtona sum um m varying from i per cent to toa
30 psr pc cent of the claim according a ac < 3Ordlng to tothe tothe tothe
the length Ien < < tk of time the policy has been bt > fn
to force
1000 A YEAR GO INSANE INSANEKEW INSANEXEW INSANENEW
NEW YORK Jan 12 12Insanity Insanity is I in increasing 1 11ft increasing ¬
creasing ia New York State at the rate rafpof ratea
of a JW 1 persons a year said Miss Mary
VMa Ida Clark Clary in n addressing the State StarnCharities Stat StatCIMu1 StateCharities
Charities CIMu1 e8 AM A Association of which whlhIe sre sreis sr e eis
is the assistant secretary On October
1 1901 1 tit et there were 709 30 M Insane I 8Ifte patients paUlnts1ft
in fifteen State hospitals hospitalsBUYS hospitalsBUYS hospitalsBUYS
BUYS HICKORY LANDS LANDSDANVILLE LANDSDAmLLE LANDSDANVILLE
DANVILLE Pa Jan 12 12The The Hickcry Hick Hlckcry Hldccry
cry Lumber and Handle Company of ofBenton r rBenton
Ben Benton ton has bought bou ht a 7Warrp hkkory hiekoyforest hkkoryforest
forest tore t near here Tor S STOW = ff 000
I C8d 287 287For
I For Forkinds 30 afferentt afferenttkinds 6 < t
kinds d9 of Womens WomensHighgrade WomensHighgrade VomensHigh
Highgrade High rAde 335 SiiO 181 aDd
54 4 Boot in black bIcIcsuede blacksuede Wacksuede
suede patent p teAt colt colttan colttan colttan
tan Russia calf and andgun andgun andgun
gun metal calf Very Verylatest VeryJatfSt Verylatest
latest fashions with withblack withblack withblack
black brown or gray graycloth graycloth graycloth
cloth tops or tops of ofNUW or1ame ofsame
same leather Wing Wingor wt wtor rii p por
or straight st1l < < ht tips and andplain andplain andplain
plain toes t Were Wtre35tt
9350 35tt and 4
THURSDAY SPECIALS for forMISSES forftlISSES forMISSES
MISSES and CHILDREN CHILDRENGoodwearing CHILDRENGoodwearing CHILDRENGoodwearing
Goodwearing Kid Spring Springheel SpriD SpriDbeel Springheel
heel Button or Laced 4 A 8 QCBoots QC QCBoots C CBoots
Boots Sizes to S3i1f9 S O
3i1f9 16 1 grade Vlci KM I 1d Button Buttonor Buttonrg Buttonor
or Laced Boots Sixes Sizesto Si 1Q
rg to misses 2 vl 1 119 119Spierdid 19 19SpaeidJd iy iySpteodid
Spteodid wearing j3 2 value valueKid valueKid Jue JueKId
Kid or Calf Cal Boots Bootsfor Bootsfor Bootsfor
for misses and big S 5 1 1 4 A 8 Q Qgirte
girls Thursday Thursdayat at I O
BOY HAS DESIRE DESIRETO DESIRETO DESIRETO
TO SEE COUNTRY COUNTRYConfluence COUNTRYCoRft1le COUNTRYConflnence
Confluence CoRft1le Ce Too Dun For Jesse JesseLenbflrt JesseLenhart JesseLenlrart
Lenbflrt Who Prefers the theCapital theI
I Capital CapitalI
r I left home boeanne I wanted to see seethe seetile seethe
the country saM Jesse Lenhart a six sixteenyearold Jdxteeayearold sixteenyearold ¬
teenyearold runaway at the t e House of ofDetention ofDetention ofDetention
Detention this thisA mornings mornfatrA
A dispatch was reeehred at Head Headquarters Hdquarter Headquarters
quarters from the chief of pollee ef efCoafloonce o oConfluence r rCueaee
Confluence Pa last night statin Mating that tiitthe tltAtth4 thatthe
the th4 boy was wa on his way to Washington Washingtonaad WlUlblagtoDaJNI Wsahtwgtenand
and requesting that be be held heldPop heldPop heldPop
Pop Home one of the veterans of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the detectives force who is on duty at atthe atue atthe
the Union Station was given the boysdescription boys boysdescription bOy bOyd
description d crlptjon and took hIM in custody cu tody todyhe as ashe ashe
he stepped from a Baltimore and Ohio Ohioain OkloHe Ohiotrain
train ain He was sent bade home today todayWARRANT t4HiayWARRANT todayWARRANT
WARRANT FOR GALLAGHER GALLAGHERSAN
SAN FRANCISCO Jan J 13Jwda W WJames wP WP
P Lawlor issued a bench warrant for forJanlflS forJanes
James L 1 L Gallagher GaJl her formerly forJllr1 chairman chairmanof
of the Schmitz board of supervisors and andchief andchief D4 D4cbH
chief cbH witness for the graft raCt prosecution prosecutionQaJtasber pro prosecutionGallagher ecutJon ecutJonGaUa
Gallagher GaUa < < ber disappeared shortly after the thesecond theReOM thesecond
second trial cf Patrick Calhoun of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United Railways began several veral months monthsago mono monoCo monthsago
ago agoQuickly Co
CoCatarrh Catarrh CatarrhQt
Quickly Qt ckly Cured by a Pleasant PleasantGermEHing PleasantGermKilinE PleasantGermgiling
GermEHing Antiseptic AntisepticThis
I This to the WtIe nyontei nyonteipronounced HyOllMllI Hyornelpronounced
I pI pronounced IHgaome HIgAo HIgAohalerdie in inhaler Isbalerthe ¬
haler halerdie the exact sheMade sum sumMade she 81MW
Made W of C hard enI rubber sad sadB andcan IMI IMIcan
can B easily be carried in inpocket InI inpocket
J pocket > > OCkeorpune OCkeorpuneIIIto or purse purseInto IweseInto
Into tills inhaler you youpour youa OU OUpour
I a pour a few drops rot of mtgfeal mghxlHyorrL mtgfealHyomeL 1IL I
HyomeL HyomeLTins HOIMLTidII
Tins is absorbed abMri ed bj It the theantiseptic theantteeptie
antiseptic cause within and andnow andnow andno
I now no you are ready to toi I j jbreathe
i breathe It Jn 1 a ov over the thegerm theI thegerm
I germ infested Iof ed MftW membraneC membrane membranewhere raoDe
I where it wig speedy be beKin b bI I
I Kin its It work of killing kI8I8gI killingcatarrb i icatarrh
I catarrh germs HyonMl BJfIMIi te temade ismade
i made of Australian A euca eucaJrptol eucayptoI
Jrptol combined with withother wtdahft withother
other hft antiseptics and Is Isvery 11Vfr7
very pleasant to take takeIt takei takeIt
i It te guaranteed teed to cure curecatarrh ewentarrh
0 catarrh bronchitis croup a08pb C vU vUcoughs
coughs b and colds or orback money moneyback moseybeck
back It dean out awhd awhdup a stuffed stuffedup MutedI
I up bead hi two wo minutesSold minutes minutesSold mlDuMr
r Sold by druggists d di every everywhere ¬
i where and by Henry Evans EvansfVmplftr Evaaarrrnpktf EvansCnmplf
Cnmplf fVmplftr tc outfit including Inctudin Inhaler SlOO SlOOMall 111WMail 100 100i
i Mall fall orders oTd ailed llfd by Booths Hyomri Hyomrio
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EVERYTHING in the Shoe Line for EVERYBODY EVERYBODYFull EVERYBODYA EVERYBODYA
A THURSDAY SHOE SALE SALEFull SALEFull
Full of Live Interest InterestThe
The necessity for reducing reducingstocks redu ing ingstoeks i istOCjCB
stocks at this season 92SnIIprromps seasonprompts on onprompts
prompts prromps us to offer a number numberof nmnberof numberof
of moet dearab desirable e shoe lines linesat linesa1most linesxE
at almost irresistible price priceKEDUCTIONS priceHEDUCTIONS price priceREDUCTIONS
REDUCTIONS for tomor tomorThis to tomorThis r rrow
row rowII
II This Sale of Stunning Party Slippers SlippersScoring SlippersScoring
Scoring a Big Hit With FashioHable Women
r r S350 S4 4 and
269 269Bronce 2 69
55 5 Styles at at8uperb ato
o superb sty1ln neaTly all a1Iiz allsizes
sizes iz and widths wjdthsBronze widthsBronse
Bronze Kid Black Surpass SurpassKM SuflMUVlKIoi SurpassKid
KM White Satin and Patent PatentT PatfttIAAth PatentLeather
T IAAth Leather > nath r Strap Slippers Sllppe Pumps Pumpsand PumpsI Pumpsand
and Ties T TiesPink e8Ptnk Ptnk Blue Whit WhitChampagne White WhiteChampagne hitta hittah
Champagne h mpa ne Calf or Kid and andPat andPat4nt andPatent
I Pat Patent T t T Leather Brlipse Sailor Sailoror SaIlort Sailoror
or t Gibson GIt > > eon Tte Tien PaIn or fancy fancyfffcrti fancyr fancyefre
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Kinds at 1 87
16 6 pretty Myles are included In tntbto Inthis Inthis
this sale salePijmr salePlJmr saleme
Pijmr me Beaded SlippersAnkle Slippers SlippersAnkle SllpPflr8Ankle
Ankle S 3 Pumps and Strap
Sandals > pink Blue Red RedWhite Red1blte RedWhite
White or Btac Btaek Kid and Patent Pat Patent PatPnt ¬
ent Colt ColtalflO also combinations of ofPatent ofPatent ofPatent
Patent Leather with red cham champagne chamor chantpaytne ¬
pagne or white kid Some very verypretty veryIetty verypretty
pretty Ietty styles tJEoa in the thetot tMat thelet
tot at whirl includes p f p + 1 t e1 e1some
some me that sell at atregularly O 1 X 8 7 I
AliI regularly JartYh leUJ +
69c 69cFor
For a taI tableftri IftuI of offnmmC ofWarm ofWetarema
Wetarema fnmmC 9 Warm Felt FeltJwMete FeltJufletB It ItJ1dIeta
JwMete and Brown BrownRed BroWDReel BrownRed
Red or Black Kid KidBoudoir lOcIB KidBoudoir
Boudoir B 0 < < 0 I r clippersStyles clippers SttppersStyles StippenStyletJ
Styles that were H 1 1Fi3i
Fi3i 5 and ad Lit LiIWomens
148 148W 148Wmens
Wmens W m e n s good goodwearing ROOdw goodwed
wearing w e S grade gradeVfcl padeViet gradeVici
Viet Kid Button a aLaced or orI orLaeeci
I Laced ced KId or r Pat Patenttipped PatenttIpp Patenttipped ¬
enttipped enttIpp Boots in inS inS inS
S neat > > eU styles
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SI95 SI95Tomorrow 195 i I
Tomorrow for IS dif different dIttereat dafferert ¬
ferent styles of Wo WoJIIeD Wemens Womens ¬
mens JIIeD Boots that thatwill thatwill thatwlllooet
wlllooet will cost ee t 9SW 11 at toyether uy ny nyother
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other 0 Ift store In the theUnited theUJdtecl theUnited
United States Stat Choiceof Choice ChoiceoC I
oC 0 black or tan kW kWor kMor kidor
or calf and lid patent patentestt pat patentcolt nt nteeIt
colt kid dd or cloth clothtopped clothtopped I
topped boots Any Anywanted AnyW1UIteiI Anywasted
wanted tee tip heel heelor heelor heelor
or size Thursday at atW attd
W UIi JB > 6 the pair I
THURSDAY SPECIALS for forYODR iorYOUR I IYOUR
YOUR BOYS BOYSSmall BOYSSman BOYSSmall
Small Boys Kid or Calf
Sottdeoled SoIkItIO solid soled Shoes S1 slvalues 125 Q 95 Cc CcSterlinfr C Cval
val values DeL Slaw t to 13 13SterliDf 13Sterling
Sterling Calf Box Calf or orVid orVkl
Vlci Kid Shoes for forbfcg forhis
at his boys J2 grades Sj 1 14 SZ8 g gBoys 8Boya i iBoys
Boys ai value vaJ T Tan n Russa RU RuaCalf fa faCalt
Calf Double Oaksoled Hand Hancwett HaJKiwelt Handwelt
welt Bluchers Sizes SO Q O
2 23 3 9
to 5 Thursday at VZOV
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I Mens Patent Kid and Patent PatentColt PatentColt
I Colt Co t 356 and 400 Shoes ShoesGoing ShoesGoing tD 2 65
I Going at atStrictly atrlctly s siltrletiy
Strictly rlctly reliable soft dressy and shapely 8 shapelybut lybat but were forced to tctI
I j close em out as the raamifaeturerg have gone out of orI business businessoR
Seven styles and MOSt all slaea s lass are II still Il Aer herobet going fast at atQ ata atR
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CRAZED BY SIGHT SIGHTOF SIGHTOF SIGHTOF
OF PEOPLE EATING EATINGXKW
XKW YORK Jan 12 lHeIIIT Henry Werst WersterbHrgr WersterlHtcg Waaterberg
erbHrgr today is In a cell hi default of ofball ofkSI ofbait
ball because white wlritl s swatting ceriat from hun hunger huagec auager
ger he hurled 8 a dub chl throogh tin the Wal WaldorfAstorfe WaldOdAstorl WsldoefAstoria
dorfAstorfe window at people who were wereeating wereeating
eating 88 Rg dinner dinnerWersterburg tlterWMlJterbu dinnerWeeaterburg
Wersterburg WMlJterbu said he had eaten n nothing nothingfor 1IOth 1IOthr nothingfor
for r several days day and could flnd no workThe work workThe wodtTbe
The sight Jd < < ht of people seated beforejsteani beforejsteaniing before steam i
leg dinners he declared neaiiy nearly erased erasedMm erasedWID erasedhhm
Mm and he threw the dub before he heknew henew heknew
knew what she be was w doing do After ACtf going goingto goingto ofng ofngto
to a cell he was given a hot dinner with withthe wltbUte withthe
the compliments of the court trt trtn
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BEEFSHO BEEF SHORTAGE IMPROBABLE IMPROBABLEDXXVBR IMPROBABLEDENVER
DENVER DJL Jan li 12Pre 17 President ldERt H A AJactre AJutre AJastre
Jactre of tho tho t National Livestock As Association AsoeItio Assedation ¬
sedation oeItio and Munre Mackenzie vice vicepresident vIeepresident vicepresident
president denied IB speeches that thereis there thereis tltereis
is any danger of a shortage of beef la lathe 1 1the Inthe
the United States St te They declared declr d that tllatIOIIK thatso
90 ton long as 3a0QOO0OG S2MG 2I8oOO COi worth of beef is isexported J Jexported isexported
exported from America ea each h year there thereto t thereis ere
to no 0 danger of a lack of it itCONVICTS ItCONVICTS itCONVICTS
CONVICTS RECAPTURED RECAPTUREDTARRYTOWN RECAPTUREDTARRYTOWN RECAPTUREDTARRYTOWN
TARRYTOWN X Y Jan 1FraJl liFrancle li 1FraJlclII Fran Francis ¬
cis Frank and Frederick A A NewwM NewwMthe Newwtdtbe Newwidthe
the convicts who escaped e capecl from rom sang StngSing sangSIng SingSlag
Sing prison yesterday have been cap captured captured captured
tured Frank was discovered under u t a ahaystack ahaystack ahaystack
haystack on Miss Mff Helen IIt > Ien CouldQ GouTd u1d > estate estatean f estateand tate tatean
an and < l Newld ewId was caught at Earlington
RESIGNATION ASKED ASKEDOF ASKEDOF ASKEDOF
OF ALASKAS MIDDY MIDDYCZAR MIDDYAexAPOLI5 MIDDYANNAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS Xd Jan 1 11claeater A
ToIlIUUJ A1aks AJaXa rproee4tie n8allhU ha h the
fourth daas eIu or the hI Yatval IWI Aesdeety A has
resigned RIB re reel adto ation was asked as
he was deddest cIe eieat Ie IeCZAR eevera stndles stndlesCZAR
CZAR FREES MURDERERS MURDERERSST
ST PETERSBURG Jan ttTwt 1Twnamber IT ttTwte TWO TWOyear
amber e of the Union oC Ruaalas R p ppkr pea peapie
pkr pie wile wore HDte sentenced ced la lItalaa4l tJ tJRVen1 taiseveral
several year y years imprisonment for com ¬
plicity in the murder of Prof Herzen
stein a a progressive leader Iea er and former formerleased fo formera rJ
a member of tb the du duna have been r re
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THE BUSY CORNER CORNERTomorrow CORNERTomorrow
Tomorrow only Tomorrow only Tomorrow onlyChoice only onlymm onTyChoice
Choice of these 24 Shades mm mmEvery of
200 225 250 and 300 300Broadcloths 30aB
Broadcloths Broadclothsa B
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a yard yardEvery yardEvery
Every shade in this one = day 138 sale is a fashionable fashionableshade fashionableI fashionableshade
shade this season = = = read the list listStone listStone listStone
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Stone gray gray grayPorcelain Burgundy BurgundySeal Taupe TaupeNavy SmoKe SmoKeRose SmotePorcelain
I Porcelain blue blueArtichoife Seal brown brownOld Navy blue blueDarK Rose pinkArticholfe pinK pinKReseda pinkArticho3de
Artichoife ArtichoifeMedium Old blue blueTeaKwood DarK navy navyDarK Reseda ResedaBlue ResedaMedium ResedaMedium
Medium tan tanMedium TeaKwood TeaKwoodMustard DarK green greenLight Blue gray grayGolden gray grayMedium grayMedium
Medium gray grayCadet gray Mustard MustardDregs Light gray grayRaisin gray Golden brown brownOlive brownCadet brownCadet
Cadet blue Dregs of wine Raisin Olive OliveNot OliveXot Oliveot
Not ot within your recollection has there been a sale affecting merchandise e of such suchvalues suchvalues suchvalues
values such a variety of colors 00 Jors and at such a big reduction The only disadvantage disadvantageis
is that it is for tomorrow only If you dont buy tomorrow tom > ITow you cannot buy at 138 138a
a yard card More ore than 100 full pieces of broadcloths will be displayed for the sale
50c Venetian lining lininga
a yard at 29c 29cA c ct
A t fine quality of imported Venetian v Mntag hi black unit unitHas os osHas UIkoHas
Has a beautiful lustrous finish finishalmost fhdsbIiD AnbhA
A IiD lining that 15 seed extensively y for coats and j lackeI lackeIVery k kYffY
Very useful u elal for rte pnpoe PIK OMIi5 is making die gMMeM wear W8KaImo8t wearalmost
almost as astrifling long awls and bought omocJOW Ute car is isvuu > s strifling
trifling triflingFirst vuu triflingPlre
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First Floor FloorBargain Bargain tables tablesClearance isM isMClearance eIJIesClearance
Clearance flannelette flanneletteWrappers flanneletteWrappers flanneletteWrappers
Wrappers WrappersFormer 100 100Former 100onJICC
Former onJICC prtc prices up to S22 S22Gray 3223 3223Gray 225 225Gray
Gray blue black and combinations CiOIIIbin donlfl of colors colorsAH colonAn colorsAll
AH have the full Moose bIou e and are a e lined to the theAll wfc wfcAll wait waitAu
All sizes in the lot k > t but not all sizes In each color colorSecond colorSecond colorSecond
Second Floor adjacent to Waists
All MakeSewing Make MakeSewing MakeSewing
Sewing Ma Machines Machines Machlnes ¬
chines Re Repaired Repaired Repaired ¬
pairedioo paired
100 100Called
Called Ca11t > d for and andDelivered aDdI andDelivered
Delivered DeliveredOPPEKHEIMERS5149tIi I ered eredOPPENHEIMERS
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curtains curtains worth won wona 100 100a
a pair air for 39c 39cThese J9cSea 39ctomorrow
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yes tomorrow
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He to ttropafcs two pairs of a kind Only 39c a pair tomorrow
Third TIIk Floor lI FloorUpholstery OrUpboltM Upbo ery < < y Dept
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