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THE WASHINGTON TDIES THTESDAY FEBRrAET 1 17 1910 5
r BEGINNING BEGINNI NG NGON MADE IDEMore MADEON
ON MEMORIAL FUND FUNDMore FUNDMore
More Than 25000 Raised RaisedFor RaisedFor RaisedFor
For Home As Monument Monumentto
to Washington WashingtonCITY WashingtonCITY WashingtonCITY
CITY SHOULD LEAD LEADSAYS LEADSAYS LEADSAYS
SAYS MRS DIMOCK DIMOCKPresident DIMOCKPr65ident DIMOCKPresent
President af Association Enthusi Enthusiastic Enthusiastic Enthusiastic ¬
astic Though Tbou h Facing FacingGigantic Faci FaciGi FacingGigantic
Gigantic Gi ntic Task TaskTo TaskT
To T ereet ht w Washington as a ato tssaaetal tssaaetalto sal salto
to Goarge G rge Washington front rtIIe the user nterwoman MeraM userwomen
woman and ad children of aU the tl e nation nationa uun uuna
a groat JHriidtng which win be a 8 8aad home homeand bornegad
and gathering place for national aati ual 1 pa patriotic patrietic patrletlc ¬
triotic scientific Pc 1eR MtRc 6c educational literaryartt literary literaryart Jtteraryart
art etvic medical and similar stRIl o organi organizations ergaJlIatkMt gani ganizatleng ¬
zations atkMt to the task which the t e George GeorgeWashington Georgeashigto GeorgeWaahh
Waahh Washington ashigto gtea Memorial Association has hasset hasEit hasset
set about in J earnest earnestToward enteStTeward earnestTeward
Teward this end a good beginning beginningnas
nag been beeade made Over EaIbA 5 i has been beenraised btEnrated beenraised
raised The Washington Academy of ofSciences ofhas ofeiences
Sciences has pledged MMO 100 and anc the theBoard tlieBoard theBoard
Board of 0 Education of Wa Washington h bingtoa oa has hasindorsed basin4e hasinderned
indorsed in4e the movement Memorial but butlone buttOIlE butIoasI
IoasI lone costing ce tillg It cents each win soon be beritetribated bedistnbuted bedistributed
distributed among the children of oCity the thecity thecity
city < ity Ia other parts of the country the thework theworJc thework
work is being pushed rapidly IT by State Stateorganizers Stateorgtmlurs Stateorganizers
organizersWith orgtmlursWWI organizers organizersWith
With Mrs Snean Whitney WJatt ey Dimock of ofNew olXew ofNew
New York president of the assndattssrests association associationrests au ctatifott ctatifottrests
rests the main responsibility blltty of raising raisingthe ra rathe raitdngthe
the S Sfillt1O iMroI ie which the building butI4Il is to tocost tocost tocost
cost Mrs XMmoek D mock is hi Washington Washingtonand w wIt
and It Dd presided M over the annual meeting Meetl ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the W Washington ora itiagtJI Memorial Association Associationyesterday AlOCtatioRteniayatternoon Aaeociatiostyesterday
yesterday teniayatternoon afternoon at Rauechers Rauecherswhere RaUlJoClMorswhere Rauseberswhere
where sixty xt or more 1110 patriotic women womengathered WOMeIIJrattered wonseagathered
gathered and discussed dbc enthueiasticailyplans enthusiastically enthusiasticallyplans thU8la8t1callyplaas
plans for the t e raising rabi of funds fundsMrs tulMlsXrs fundsMrs
Mrs Dimock EatkBsiastic EatkBsiasticMrs Et uia8tic uia8ticinf
Mrs inf Pimock has all the enthusiasm enthusiasmand earb earbaod entbusin wt wtand
and confidence in the ultimate brilliant bdiltantsucceee brilliantsuccess briDtaat2uec8tJ8
success of the plan which is essential essentialto tlal tlalt
to t inspirational ttoal leadership in any AT move movement JD morement e ement ¬
ment Asked tills niorntn morning JnOrn > if the responsibility re responulMUty rePOR
sponulMUty POR 1 lUty of that two and Del a half mil millions mtilionss 11 11HOnK ¬
lions dollars did not weigh somewhat somewhatheavily 8OtIIewllathea aomewhatheavily
heavily hea y upon her she replied repliedXot repliecrUXot repliedNot
Not at all for it is a great t move movemeat JIIOV metremeat i imellt
meat in which the entire nation hi going oI oIto
to take part Mart In New York we are aremaking areM3ktag aremaking
making a line t beginning Ab for the year
1 131 9iV 1 for fora a number of my friends have havegiven INeh havegtrsn
given h me assurance ae unt of the t most MOIl gener generous generrus ener enerflt ¬
flt ous contributions triIMtJefts ranging from Wff 1 to toWe to11MN
11MN 11MNWe 1
We have every right bt to be disap disappointed disappnlnto disappointed ¬
pointed pnlnto however ever continued Mrs Mrsnimock Mrsrtmsck Ins InsDiMedt
nimock that Washington Wull t city dtynot does doesnot doesnot
not take the Initiative hdtJatl in this twovemenLOriginal movement movementOngisal t1Wut t1WutOripaal
Original Plan Changed ChangedI C aA eL
I ant 1R sorry IOrrV that the > Chamber of ofCommerce ofCo ofCoanmerce I
Commerce Co and Board of Trade have not notactively nototlvey notactively
actively < < interested themselves in the theplan theplan theplan
plan When we make nrkc appeals for money moneyin JIIOIIeyin
in New York orin or In any an other tt r city th thnrst the tbetint thefirst
tint question q1I gtx + ojoa On asked a < okH always fe What WhatIm Wbatliss t th
Im h liss Washington sl atlhl oa 4oneT 4oneTTo done doneTo < IotW1To
To T Mrs D Dimock is due the thefaf cosscepdoan conception
ftf n the ntasrt magnMceat eat plan of the t he national nationalmemorial Bat Batme natbtalmemorial
me memorial to t Wasfcfngum W She SIteisw SIteiswpr ie now nowpresident n w wpresident
pr president of et the Washington W 7riewodal M mortal DrlaJ
Association tioa which was organized ra Inthin
this city and was incorporated in MS
The original plan of the t mentorhil rl which whichvas whkhf8 whyrya
vas f8 to erect a Tntted States university
hAil ha been een changed to that of a great greatmemorial IIreatm greatmemorial
memorial m mortal buiMing buihU containing rontain a great greatli greatIill
Iill li ll or auditorium office oI rooms and anditiKients AMuJdftats andindents
indents re rereareh earch n rooms this building buil built
to t he used for the promotion of higher highereducation htrherftulltion highereducation
education in h America AmerkaOne AmericaOne rka rkaOne
One who has ha read Washingtons mes messages JIMSHt msi ¬
sages Ht i ages said Mrs Dimock will II4allily II4allilyI easily see seethe
the I h14 h14e he e appropriateness of such a memorial noestorlalt
H Continually t O tlnuany urged M the importance imp wtaaee of ofrral ofrOlllOti of3romoting
3romoting rOlllOti the Arts scknces and a gea gearral ea I
rral I diffusion of knowledge I
Officers and Traatpe TrntpaWhat TraatpeWhat Trnt TrntWllat
What more Atdng then thaa a great greatnational reat reatnational I Inational
national home oMe for all organhnatone ex existing atIRting ¬
isting Uftgler for these t purposes purposesThe purposesThe U 1 1The
The oalccra ftS and trustees tT1 Jt of the t e aseo aseociafion aMOdatiOll aseodalion
ciafion many mII of when are men and andwomen aDdwo andwomen
women wo of national prominence are as asfollows kSollews safnilews
follows Mrs lnI Henry H nry F Dimock presi presdpent presiilent pceilfl
pent lfl t Mrs n Daniel Da 1 Manning Kann Mrs Charles Cha ChaII
II 1 Walcott Mrs H Henry lIry R Mallory Mal MalfT
Mr fT Charles J I Bell Miss Bessie J 1I
Kibbey I Mrs X Frederick McGuire MGulreJ vice vicepresidents vicepresidents
J presidents > r nt8 Mrs Frank Northrop irons treasurer tTfttS1rfr ironslrer ¬
urer Mrs IIrs I l Leslie > eslie C Ward Mrs Fred Frederick Fndfrkk Frederick ¬
erick Thompson Thop on Mrs Archibald Hop B up p ¬
kins trust trustThe trustees trusteesThe ees eesThe
The advisor advisory council consists ts of nfaor Sen Senator Senator ¬
ator Elihu Root Gen Horace n Porter PorterJ Port PortJ
J er r Ira Reinsert Charles Cha es J I Dabney Dab fY H HKfiirfteM HFillrftfoW HFQIrfe
KfiirfteM FQIrfe d Osborn Dr Charles D I Wai WairtMt Wa1tt WalrU
rtMt tt and Charles Char Ps J 1 Bell Mrs Susanna SusannaGage Sult8anaGa SusannaGage
Gage Ga is recording secretary ret UY and Charles CharlesJ
J Bell 11 of this city is 1 < c trustee trwn of 0 the thepermanent tbepermanent thepermanent
permanent fund fundJAPANESE fundJAPANESE fundJAPANESE
JAPANESE RESENT mmPAPERS RESENTPAPERS RESENTPAPERSATTACKt
PAPERS PAPERSATTACKt PAPERSATTACKtTirade A ATTACK ATTACKTirade TT AGK AGKTirade
Tirade Against United States StatesIs StatesIs
Is Obnoxious to TokyoOfficials T Tokyo TokyoOfficials ko koOfficials
Officials OfficialsTOKYO OfficialsTOKYO OfficialsTQKYo
TOKYO Feb 17 1LAt At t the e foreign l of 8f1ke 8f1ket04lay Mee Meetoday > ee eetoday
today it was stated emphatically tht thtthe t dsofthe at attbt
the declaration tiedan IeIt in the newspaper ae AsaM AsaMdemaMdtag Aaahidemanding A Aio
io demanding that the government erMllellt take takesteps takesteps Ire IreCOMpfI
steps to compel the United States Scat to toextend to4xtftNI toextend
extend ti the e naturalisation piovtoion to toovemmrnt toJllpaIteH toJapanese
Japanese iii oIMoxi0u5 to the J Jov Japanese Japaneseonyerament
eo onyerament onyeramentThe ovemmrnt ovemmrntThe ov nL
eoThe The oOciato oC declare an thatpatriotismo thatpatriotismorY that patriottsui patriottsuicupled
rY cupled = upled with racial concentration will wmI williss
1 iss necessary IT to meet t future taterna hoternais I It
tinnnl t is lmt utal I competition eoIR ten They Tbt > y also assert tii tiilarvanese tna tnai il ili
larvanese i i paneM should be encouraged f ed to re rer nrain merain
r rain ain at horn in order to provide fortsis for fortiiis frtilifl
tiiis inasmuch a as the population of ofJapan fI ofJapan
Japan is inadequate at the best I
I Il
NATIONAL l A 110NAL UNIONMEETIiTGS UNION UNIONMEETINGS UNIONMEETINGS
MEETINGS TONIGHT TONIGHTThe
The following councils of the National1niou National NationalTnion atlonA1rn
Tnion rn Oll will gees meet et tonight National Nationalcouncil Nattenalfundl Nationalt
t < council < and Mt Verne Council at atFogies AtHal Atglen
Fogies glen Hall and x Nonpareil Council at atrchmktfx atrchmldtK atehmldts
rchmktfx Hall HallEPICURES HanEPICURES
1 EPICURES FOREGATHER FOREGATHERThirty
Thirty Voon etxro Co < on li 1 urters jnten e > are still smackins smack smackIng
ins Jn then Up iiI lips aftn aft r the th feast they en env enrd n n5y
5y v yrd rd last night as tle tleTender guests oC W V J JTurner
Turner In John Fn hlLer a O street burr burrT buffet buffetrender
Tender T Mr Vo enits nnt > ii5 < roast pie pi it veaC real 1 rabbits rabbitsierfcrant rab rabbitsr tts ttsrd
rd r l an es nerk ierfcrant ant wr v J1 served servedCcly sen tfnPdCdy ed edwe
Ccly Oca aI 8ROMO MO QU QUCures U tt b btive
tive Bromo mo Q Qth3ie Qth3ieCisi e eeccs I
Cures Cisi a Cold Coldal ka One D Day y Gr5fa2 GriD b ia2 2 Days D a9s a9son I I
on every everyI7bo j
I7bo 2SC
ALUMNUS OF AQUA AUTO AUTOTURNS AUTOTURNS AUTOTURNS
TURNS A HOUSE WRECKER WRECKERJohn
John J Fahey FaheyWanders Wanders Away From Water Wagonand WagonandEnds Wagon and andEnds andEnds
Ends His Career of Freedom When Threatens ThreatensWife ThreatensVife ThreatensWife
Wife and an Breaks Up Home
I fell off the u water wagon last 1a t No Kovem NoYeMJter November
i vem YeMJter er and fell hard and I havent haventcnWUd hayenton
cnWUd cl rusted on since aI ce is what John J JFahey JFabey JFahey
Fahey charged sM with threatening ure tenlDg to kill killMs 1111Ws killMs
Ms wife tee Bertha Bert Falser said when ne nea heappeared
appeared a 34 peared before 1 efere Judge J Kimball this thismoraiBg thisJROIBtBg thismornitte
moraiBg mornitteIat moraiBgIM JROIBtBgIM
IM readY so ahead a e M bins WngT he hesaid heacid e eMid
said when his case was sailed lied and IMl It ttwas Itwas itwas
was found feu d his lawyer was net present presentMrs presentIrs presentpits
Mrs Irs Fahey saM that Saturday her herhusband MrIoW herhusband
husband IoW band from from whom she te trying to toget tolIfet togot
get a divorce came to their home Mil MilTwentieth leuTweatletb illlTwentieth
Twentieth street northwest t and threat threatened threAtJted threatened ¬
ened every body in I the house with a aknife akDlft aknife
knife > When bea the officers o < < icers arrived they theyfound theyfou theyfound
found fou th t the wife we out m the yard the thedoors thedoors thedoors
doors barricaded and ad Fahey inside insidebreaking IftPldebreaklu Insidebreaking
breaking the furniture Mrs Fahey Fheybroke Faheybroke Faheybroke
broke open the door and Bd Officer DIxon Dtxonsaw DIxonFAhey Dixonsaw
saw Fahey coming down stairs with aft anas a aax aftax
ax In hs hand handUPSETS II IIJUDGE
JUDGE MULL MULLONY OW NY NYUPSETS
MULLONYTION
UPSETS REGULATION BEGUUTDIDecides REGULA REGULADecides TION
Decides Laundrymen Can Cannot Cannot Cannot ¬
not Be Compelled to LiveUp Live LiveUp LiveUp
Up to Certain Law LawJud Lawlude LawsJudge
Jud Judge e Multowny ftullo nIY has ha upset another anotherDistrict atIOthecDUKt1et anotherDistrict
District regulationThe regulation regulationThe r lation lationThe
The order was made absolute today todaysetting todaytdltg todaysetting
setting tdltg aside the regulation as unreason unreasonable 1IAre nnreaeoaable OtI OtIable ¬
able requiring reoqlltrt laundry IaIllldJ7IIMII men io 14 Me with withthe withthe withthe
the H Health lth Department JepRrt t laforJlULttonabout Informationabout information informationnumber
about their p place of c business bu tDeM and tnumber t tnum
number num of customers nI they serve and in incases InUIa hicase
cases < < where the number of patrons ptTOllSthaa Is Isless Isleas
less than ten to give their addresses addressesThe addre addressesThe es esThe
The regulation IaUOD LII w In conflict with an anact aDact anact
act of Congress COD ees requiring the same In Information tnfOlllltloD information ¬
formation to be fifed with the Aoeessnrbefore Assessor Assessorbefore A r rMfort
before a license to do business busl is Issued IssuedThe lauedThe IssuedThe
The Health Department rtlDfnt may get the theinformation theinformation theinformation
information of the Assessor AssessorThe AtIfIoeIMOrT AssessorThe
The T care cas ca e came before the court h hthe m mthe I Itht
the arrest of Shong Lee who runs a alaundry aIAundrv alaundry
laundry at Eighteenth and ad U streets streetsAttorney streetsAttorney I
Attorney A ttom John ohn E Laskey argued the thecase th thcase thecase
case casePLANNING i
PLANNING FUNERAL FUNERALOF
OF LOUIS WISNER WISNERVeteran 1SNER 1SNERVeteran
Veteran Member r ofG of G P PO POStaff O OStaff 0Staff
Staff to Be Buried In InMt InMrOIivet InvIt
Mt MrOIivet Olivet OlivetMesb J JMembers
I
Mesb Members of f the National Union will wittIn wlUIn willin
In All probability be 1 e chooon cJlet etlu as pall pallbearers pallbearers Ml1I ¬ i
bearers 1 earen for t Lewis A Winner the themakeup themakeup
makeup keap foreman of the Govern Government Govenat Government ¬ I
ment t Printing Of Often nee who died tlk46enly sud suddenly auddenly ¬
denly last evening eventn at his home e 2S 2SN S SN 5io IX
N street northwestTentative northwest northwestTentative n4Kthw n4KthwTentative
Tentative arrangements arraageJllell 5 for th thfuneral the tlMfUDeral thefuneral
funeral were made today Changes Changesay Changesmay
may ay be made upon the arrival I from 11MaOhio rein reinOhio i
Ohio of Mr Sisters W s mother tber whotelegraphed who whoraphed M Mtel
tel telegraphed raphed phe4 this morning g she w was s I
cos ng ngThe ngThe
The services will be held eW at Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day morning lJlIa at the family residence residenceand rosMencand r8 1dee 1deeaad
and nas will II be eoiebrsitod e M At the theImmaculate tileI theImmaculate
Immaculate I uJate tConceptton Cette CatholicChurch Catholic CatholicChurch CtltolteCbu
Church Cbu b Burial will be in t Mt Olivet OlivetCemetery OllvetCetDet OlivetCemetery
Cemetery CemeteryMr CetDet r I IXr
Mr Wisncr tn r was born bor I in Wapo Wapokonetta Wapokonetta i ikoett
konetta Ohio in 1S79 and served hi hij his hisapperentieeship I
j apprenticeship in his 11 native townAt town townI toJIAt
I At nineteen years of age be cam < aJa to toWashington toWashington I
Washington Va8hin ton to nil an appointment Uthe to toI
I the Government Goq rnment Printing Of Office nee H Hmastered He Hetere4 Hemastered I
mastered tere4 the printing work thoroughly thor thorAt thoroUlhly
oUlhly and was proMOtf41 rapidly rapidlyAt
At twentyone years yearsmarried of age be wu wasmarried wurried l
married rried to Mist XI Sullivan of this th cityHis city cityHis dtyHI
His HI wife one daughter JIhter and a one son sonsurvive sousurvive
survive sUri him He is ai ali aic o survived by byhis byhi byhis
his hi mother four sisters at terw and threebrothers three threebrothers tlirHbrothe I
brothers brothersEXPLOSION brotheEXPLOSION brothersEXPLOSION
EXPLOSION KILLSCAPTAIN KILLS KILLSCAPTAIN
I
CAPTAIN OF SHIP SHIPCargo SHIPCargo
Cargo of Kerosene and CelluloidProves Celluloid CelluloidProves I
Proves Bad B Cargo When Lighted LightedCandle LightedCandle LightedCandle r
Candle Is Added AddedBREST AddedBREST i iBREST
BREST Feb 17 riThe The captain e8I t1n of the thethreemasted tbethreemasted thethreemasted
threemasted schooner ooDer Jeanne dAr dArcwas d dArwas Arc ArcA c
was A killed today and two of the cre credangerously crew crewdangerously crewgCIOUSIy w
dangerously gCIOUSIy injured by an 11 explosion explosionaboard exptosloRaI ez ezaboard
aboard aI oard the schooner schoo er while the crew w wunloading was wasand aII aIIUIIIo8dt
UIIIo8dt unloading ke kerosene and a a quantity R cr Y Ycelluloid of ofexplosion 1 1celluloW
celluloid A lighted te4 candle caused ClUle tbe tbeexpl4 t texplosion he
explosion expl4 loa The schooner was badly iNi ly dam damaged damnaged
aged t
SNEAK THIEF ACTIVE ACTIVEA j I iA
I Ihome
A sneak thief who bo entered the tb thehome j jhome 1
home of M3 Richard C Elliott lilt IEIIRiggs 181 181Riggs i i iRiggs
Riggs place northwest last night nightand j jand fand I
and cans ransacked eked several rooms on the thesecond th thsecond e I
second ond ftv floor r is being sought ught today bypolice by bypolice b bpo1i i j
police po1i < e of the Eighth precinct The ThetTiief Thethief
thief 1111 obtained > d S So f 0 in money and jew jewelry jewelry i ielry
elry valued alu d at 25 i iin
FOR iE iEr iEsack I t
alnsi alnsiin j I
e inU3E in the theThe theBack i i
BackOmega Back sackin j I s
Omega U3E U3EThe Oil OilTh °
The Th Oil goes in through the pores poresand poresand poresand
and elvesqrickrelief JiV iS tick relief lOe 10ct25c60c 10ct25c60cTHE 2 2iic c 6Oc 6Oci 64cTHE
i I I i ii
i BERMAN BERMANTHETR
= THE THETR TRCNKMANi TRUNKMAN TRUNKMANTRUNKS X XTRUNKS
i t TRUNKS TRUNKSSUIT TRUNKSSUIT s sSUIT
+ SUIT CASES CASESTRAVELING CASESI
I T TRAVELING TRA VELIQ BAGS BAGSLEATHER T Tt n
t LEATHER Lr + THER GOODS GOODSt3O5 fl fli1305 I
= t3O5 1305 F ST WW g gsheapest 11 ±
J Ihpap sheapest t in the City Clty
I I I 4
1
Youre a broke w Fabey 11tIIey usm 1I8 using usingthe ftK ftKthe i ithe
the shorter ter and uglier cli r worda wor4Keep word wardKeep
Keep quiet or Iii MAd yea y down for for10ft fora
a long torn 10ft tine said Juti Juuge Ju ge a KimbalL KiatballWell Ktmba1LWell
Well It will be the Iaat last I8 t man you send senddown fienddeWli senddewy
down You are going oInl aw away W1Q = ay pretty soon soonyourself 8000CHIrSeI soonyourself
yourself CHIrSeI replied Fahey FaheyYou FabeyuIy Faheyy
uIy y wife Is t tring ing to get a divorce divorcefrom dkoroefrom
from me said Faker FAhey on the theYou stand standYou
You are going on a Ya vacation tloA and youve youveRot you youvegot ve veot
Rot ot time to hear the wools wnoe of this tbt story storyand storyLast storyLast
Last Saturday I wanted 8ntetl to see my wife wifeaM wifeand
and little baby shes she a pretty baby and andthey andthey 1M 1Mthey
they tried to keep me out of the tb house houseTheyre bou e eTheyre
Theyre breaking up my home but I Icot Igot
cot ot an ax ami showed sirowedbreak 8ho ed mythOm them thOm how bowbut to tobreak tobrftLk
break up a home right rightI
I had three or four Irish Iris whisky in inme 111me inme
me I admit I spent last at night n ht in one oneof on onoCvour oneof
of oCvour your flits hotels here the Hotel Hoteld HotelcJe Hotelde
d cJe Third Precinct and nearly cot pneu paeumoata pneumonia pneumonia ¬
monia moniaJiMige moniaJ moataJmdge
JiMige JJd e Kimball ordered a bond of of 5519 5519or Ill Illor W WOr
J or six months Faheys mental condi condition condttloR di dition ¬
tion due to his spree will be lnvegated Investi Investigated Inve t1 t1gAtEd ¬
gatedORDERS gated gatedOF gAtEdIoRDERS
IoRDERS 1 ORDERS VENTILATION VENTILATIONOF
OF POLICE POLICESTATIONS POLICESTATIONSCalls STATIONMajor STATION STATIONSMajor
Major Sylvester SylvesterOF Calls Attenj Attenjtion Atten Attention Attention
tion of Captains to Cer Certain Certain i itain
tain Conditions ConditionsT i iTo
To T contribute < to the better welfare of ofthnse sfthn stthine
thnse thn e who are eonnned in cells cell Major MajorSylvestet XAj9rSvlvest MajorSylvester
Sylvester Svlvest has instructed truetetl the captains cJ tA of ofthe ofthe i ithe
the the diftf di different < < < mt pollee precincts to see lie that thatcell utc1I thatcell
cell corridors are thoroughly thoroDF Iy ventilated ventilatedat
at all boors ho rs of 0 the day and nightThe night nl8htTae i ih
Tae majrr natji r bAt Jet It M known that tbath thathoe
h hoe aecfniiMUiled by Commission eIMr tr John Johnrton Jehneton Johnt
eton t who ho has supervision sult < < villloa of the Police Policer PNiceDepartment ke keroellrtJaetK
r roellrtJaetK Department will visit vt t the different dlft sta station Rat station ¬
tion t on houses ho s from time to time and that thatit
it will be well for the captains to show showthat MOWthat showthat
that the rules and regulations regarding regardingthe il1lt il1lttbe
the care of prisoners are being faith faithfully taitJalully faithfully ¬
fully observed observedAll M MAll
All else < t tonder that pertains to the service serviOloadr serviceunder
under their tb charge he said must ma t be bemateUined bemaintained
maintained ata allted at the highest gItet efficiencystd efficiency efficiencyard mcien < < y
std 14 any shortcomings t COtll < la s m In this tld regard re will willpiove willprove willprove
prove embarrassing enebarra8 enber rasslng l jo o the officer in incommand incomnsamtd
i I command of the uuednsKThe oreclnct oreclnctIhe I
The presentation 1If tttoa of the W Wight t ttropty tag hagtrophy tagtropiiy
trophy which bleb has been bee awarded ardecI to theFifth the theFifth theFitth
Fifth precinct Capt George A Wil WilMamc WIIiAIJMI Wilisms
isms will probably be made In the near nearfuture Darfjture nearfuture
future by Commissioner Commi toner Rudolph or orJohnston orJohnston r rJOhIlPtOR
Johnston JohnstonANNA JohnstonANNA JOhIlPtORANNA
ANNA GOULD SUED SUEDBY SUEDBY SUEDBY
BY BONIS PARENTS PARENTSLaMer
LaMer Say Former Daughterin Daughterinlaw Du hterin hterinJaw
law Has Stopped Supporting Sup Supporting SupThem ¬
porting Them ThemPARIS ThemPARIS ThemPARIS
PARIS Feb 17 11That That Count feel deCaedellane de deCasteOane deCa
Ca CasteOane t the divorced husband of the thePrincess thePrioress
Princess Pr de Satan assn formerly v Ranafezouid Anna AnnaGould Aaaato
Gould fezouid uid planned to take care of his pa parents pareA ptrents ¬
rents reA Marquis and Marquise de Castei Casteilane CutelJaw Castellane
lane out of the monty thai his wife wifebtought
brought him was 3S shown today by a suittiled suit suitHied suita
tiled against a the Princess Prtftc d dolo > Sagan by bythe bythe bythe
the counts parents for MJ 1JM < W which whichthey whichthey hidl hidltMY
they allege aJJe < c is II due un a contract O tract madeby made madeby
by Boat and Us J a wife In tflM l by which whtelithey whichthey hid1
they bound 1 oun themselves tJaemth to pay pa the plaint plaintiffs pl plaintiffs at atIft ¬
iffs Ift an annuity aJUluk of S0W S51MIt bk19I9It S0WIt
It is alleged J in the complaint that thatthis thattbI6 thatibis
this annuity was slopped after the thecounters theeount thee
eount counters e ii ntess divorced Bent onI hi IlK 135Albert IlKClenteI 1 1Albert
Albert Oetttetceau ClenteI eau a brother of the
former French premier mier represents UI the theprmceee theprtncees
prmceee in tots suit suitM 8UkM suitM
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long rufhiftniw rush straw smooth > oth finish ftnl h quaff ¬ t tent cold bandies in sixes I ae 7 s S So ana 9 9the
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I i Values entirely without precedent coming co as they do just at the beginning b Ong OngAll of need time timeAll j
j i All brand new models designed for spring wear consisting of Imported Wales Val s Sharkskin Cloth Imported ImportedSerges I
I t Serges BlackandWhite Cheeks Fancy Diagonals b Mannish Materials and Chiffon Panamas PanamasNew P3DamasI PanamasNew
New N w 30 and 32inch length jackets with new low rotting r cottars Russian blouses and strictly mantailored styles stYl s some st ne relieved from
I severe plainness with ith a touch of braid others richly trimmed trimmedCoat trimmedCoati
Coats lined with silk and satin 5a tin duchesse duchesseChoice duchesseChoice
Choice of the leading shades s for spring spring5tJCbas such suchas as ashes of violet new tans grays a ys wisteria W 5ieria olive dive Copeafeagen Cope C blat bfacka 1rlandwhite dwhite I I
checks fancy mannish effects also navy blue and nd black blackValues blackValues
Values actually worth 30 to 535 35 offered at 1498 j I
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Sale of Black Millinery Millineryfor iery ieryetween
E for BetWeen etween ween season seasonBlack Season Wear WearBIak
Black Hair Braid Hats Hat at stylishly IItyl tthly hh draped tir on new tur ¬
ban shapes fimmed toofm with 1th two good quality < uaUtv quills Rents K gu ¬ 1
tar Iu IZiI > r 5 s value l0t Special S ectal for Friday FridayA Frida Frida1arJ4t
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and Turbans well w 1J made of new n w braid am a sflks nk2 Res RefFular s 1 I W 9 8 X Xr
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I Wellinformed buyers will ilI vote this remnant sale ae of white whitegoods hite hitegoods
goods the biggest and best from a valuegiving standpoint offered off reJ
for a long white whiteThe while1It whiteThe
The 1It assortment u o ftt includes remnants of the seasons most favored
fabrics such a as 40Inch India Liaon White French Fre clt Pere Percale ale Woven
Madras Galatea Cloth Cannon Cloth White Poplin White Dotted
Swiss White Persian lwa La White Nainsook N4duno k White Ft Plqe White
Batiste also Colored Poplins Beagaliaec Simla Silks and Colored
Mulls Regular R r The 15 < 19c and an < < 2Sc qualities at lc c a yard yardRerinants yar yarRftOlIUUlts yardRemnants
Remnants of white and colored coIo WASH ASH OXX 000DS ODS DS consisting < < of Satin Pru ¬
nellas Mercerixed Ottoman plain Mercerized f rftizPd Poplins Satin stripe Pop ¬
lins Un Mercerised lII r Repp white imposed irnpot Mercerized f rt4ft Madras fa < 1ra > tr t I fj 1
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nant price prl < e yard ard rd rdCooks it itA 2
Cooks 4 s Floor Linoleum Linoleunlt
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A cleanup c anup sale Ie of all our remnants r < < > mnant < and short lengths nctb5 of Cooks heavy ¬
weight wet t Corkfilled and Inlaid Linoleums at 2c a yard
The he corkfilled Linoleum are in lengths I from trv 2 to 31 3 yards 5 the Inlaid
Linoleums are m lengths J8th from rotII 2 to S yards Of many patterns J tt n there th re
are several WT I pieces BO that enough may bf obtJlln obtained d to corer a large sized
room hall or vestibule vestibuleLight vestibuleLight eetlbuleLttht
Light and dark colorings all in Squarter uart wi width Ii I 1
Childrens ft dr2 dr2I Goods GoodsI
I Int t of Little Childrens Gingham GinghamPresses
I Presses Drf > ge Jn n plain colors and pink and
blue checked dl ktti effects ftects Made fad < < > Russian Russianstyle RU8fltanMyl Russianstyle
style with ith box plaits belt beltand o 7 r ryears
I and pokft8 S Sizes u up to toyears a ayears 3 7c
years Remnant price price rt each eachLot eachI eachLot
I Lot of Infants Sweaters Swe tfnl In red redonly redonly redonly
only Made lack with nigh igb and
1 V necks All wool = Sold rag ragularly re r f rv rvolarty C CReduced
olarty at t SSc and 5171 each 29c U
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I Lot of Knitted Toques In dark darkcolors darkolors darkcolors
colors < also white with tth pink and
blue borders AH wool 001 fin finished n j p
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pant price Prl < e each Nebl eachL
12 l Childrens Coats in navy na red r rbrown
brown and gray raJ Heavily H Heesstlylined ly lined and andtrimmed andtritnnwd andtrimmed
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white wh1t bearskin and lid silk silk lined linedTrimmed fined finedTrimmed ned nedTrtnnnc
Trimmed with satin tin ribbon ribbontnd ribbontnd ribbonand
tnd finished with wide n f g gstrings P PstrlnRS
strings stTl s Regular R r price i Me c J 5 C Ceach Ceach Ceach
each eachLot L LLot J JLot
Lot of u Infants Caps Cs e of white curly curlylearfekra curlyrkht curlywarbkta
learfekra rkht and colored felt som 9om > trim trimined trimmed
med with small fur heads headsthers hadsthn headsethers
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to 1 0 i5 Remnant price eachLot each eachLot
Lot of ChWdrens Werjibles Ttlibl in inchidin indU insinning
chidin dU sinning lng night drawers outing flan flanel RantM1 ffantel
tel el gowns muslin gowns wns outing outingllannel outingIlannft outingflannel
flannel racques and aIM kimonos and andshort andstMtrt andshort
short white dresses dr Values f pnant
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in lenjKtls If > nlttt8 = s from 1 to 6 yards In Inlight Inlight Inlight
light and dark colorings showing showingfloral showinJnoral showingfloral i
floral and figured designs de tgns Suitable SuIlaHfor Suilabffor Suitablefor
for curtains draperies scarfs arfs F r rand C
and for covering comforts omrort 124c 2 2quality e equality 5 K w wquality
quality at yard yartl5ort yardShort >
Short lengths Jen hlJ of VKrophane one t tthree tthr tthree
three thr yarns each In leaded frosted frostedand frostedand frostedand
and cathedral glass design er erVarious C
Various Vat tons colors Sold at 3 5c bc c a ayard ayard Ov Ovyard 9c
yard Remnant price yard yardLot yardLot yardLot
Lot of Tapestry Portieres 40 to ne neinches ioIi s9inches
inches i hes wide 3 yards lon long longfringe4 Somefringed Some Somefringed
fringed others plain Colors of green greenbrown treetabroAn greeAbrown
brown and JtCl tan Some may be f r rmatched c
matched Into pairs Sold at atS3r atJjri HVI 6 9
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S3r Jjri Friday each eachhalf eacht
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Puff Ruffled ed Muslin uslin Curtains and Not Nottingham NotI Nottisgham ¬
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and tlatest the latest designs in Tune skirts Many smart creations showing
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18c 48c 48cWorth
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Our entire stock of dress goods renaaats in these t ae two lots lotsnarked lotsmarked lotsmarked
marked at snreto Hsuretoo o prices The seasons biggest moaeysaving moaeysavingchances DJOReysaY nit ineysavingchances ng ngdlaDees
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Remnants naao of Colored Dress Goods consisting con COIUIU i Uns of Albatross Albat Diagonals
Nuns Veiling Veilm Shepherd Checks Gray Ho Homespuns I < Melton Cloths t or orRcKiilar
and other t desirable fabrics from lift to M iBebftJ wide Lengths from fromtf 18C C
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Poplin rhiffon hitrln Taffeta Talf ta French Voile Kntriish Io I n + tflh Sicilian heavy was 4 Or
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while hUf Make ak the mot of your our opportunity PJOrtut ty by corning COIIdn early
Retinants Re nnants of Figured Satin Foulards COIoi Colored Pongee Colored BensaMne
Check heck Taffetas Striped 5tr Taffetas Colored Messaltae t Colored Taffetas Ta < < etas Colored i
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All pure worsted materials in dark patterns neat Sgwres aad aadstripes aadsttipet andstfipes
stripes Plain or cuffed sleeves a Te ccats at8 fined with serge ser or mohair mohairnearly
nearly all sizes in the lot Sa e price 5745 74 4
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nels and mercerized materials materia lIS In InallfOOrtmeRt a agood agood
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and felt In a good variety of ofshades ofshades
shades Values Alueg worth fif >
up to to SUJ 3 3OA < Reduced RedU Reducedto < < d tj 9 XC XCto 8 C Cto
Womens Winter Apparel Apparelat are areat
at Fractional Prices
i Girls Cloth Suits in garnet mtt only onlysizes onlysizfS onlysizes
sizes 11 15 and 1C I years c 4 f n r r
Twopiece tailored t a i lor ft ftstyles a astyles 9 uX uXstyles 8
styles worth rorth up to I t10 t10One U UOne
One 0 Evening Ey Cape of Chiffon ChiffonBroadcloth ChilfonBtOAdcloth ChiffonBroadcloth
Broadcloth in coral shade h ute size 38 38handsomely 8 8trinmed
handsomely trimmed tri nmed with embroid embroidered embroidfOrM embroidered ¬
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Red Reduced ed from hb liee lieeto 11 11to 9 9 8
to 0 0Gar
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Caracul size C years and two twocV twoclotb twocloth
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53156 small liG sizes Reduced Sold to at atliG fk 6 XJJ7U 9 Mrt 8
2 Cloth loth Suits uitJl ir navy blue striped stripedprunella stripedpruneila tripMprunell
prunella cloth cl th and fancy cheviot cheviotOne cheviotOne cheviotOne
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fancy Cane wale diagonal d oPaI doth in navy
blue and black bIa k sties W Wand 14and Kand
and as StKhtly Slk ht1y damaged dam Qf rr rraged
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daced to toBalance toBalance im O OBalance
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Salts Seal Push Coats full 52
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and Net Waist Wa t also Black Taffeta TaffetaSilk Taffetailk TaffetaSilk
Silk ilk Wt Waists ists anti Lace < < > Trimmed Lin Lingerie li1eerie Lingerle ¬
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Waist 1 1t with W sailor collar I made of ofallwhite ofailwhits
allwhite linens and trimmed ru with I
blackandwhrte bladtand It and collar and cuffs
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34 36 and 3R ic > ny n Reduced 49 C I
from JU tt + o and 5150 JiO to q
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