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THE WASmXGTOS WliSIIINGTONTDrE8t l 1SFII1 T0 TBEE TI3LC410TDA MONDAY 0TDA MARCH 1ItGH 28 2 1910 7
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AWKINS BODY BODYBROUGHT BODYJudge
BROUGHT TO CAPITAL GAPITALJudge CAPITALArranging
Judge Gray GrayBROUGHT Arranging ForFuneral For ForFuneral ForFuneral
Funeral of Soldiers SoldiersHome SoldiersHome SoldiersHome
Home Governor GovernorBRAVERY GovernorBRA GovernorBRAVERY
BRAVERY BRA ERY TESTED TESTEDON TESTEDON TESTEDON
ON MANY MA Y FIELDS FIELDSWon FIELDSWon
Won Distinction In Two WarsSummons Wars WarsSummons VarsSummons
Summons Comes At Glen GlenSprings GlenSprings GlenSprings
Springs N Y YThe YThe YThe
The body of G Gen n Hamilton S So Haw Hawkins Ha Hawkins w wkIi1 ¬
kins kIi1 governor 8o Inor of tb the National Soldiers SoldiersHome Soldl8rsHome SoldiersHome
Home who died yesterday at Glen GlenSprings GlenS GlenSprings
Springs S rln 2C Y arrived In the city this thismorning thl8marnln thiemorning
marnln morning < < and was taken to th the Soldiers SoldiersHome SoldlT8Ho SoldleveHome
Home Ho where whr arrangement arra f1IDn18 are being beingmade beingmade beingmade
made for the funeralGeneral funeral funeralGeneral twHMaIGeneral
General Hawkins Hawk wa was seventysix seventysixyears Mventyslxears seventysixyears
years ears old and his hl army l1D series includesovt3r includes includesover Includeso
over o ovt3r r forty years ers fighting in the civilwar civil civilx civilWar
x war War the f frontier fighting and the Span SpanlabAmerican SpanIshAmerican SpanishAmerican
IshAmerican war He will be remem remembered remernbered
bered as the commander of the First FirstBrig Jo FirstBrigade rst rstRrlgade
Brigade Brig d in the > SpanishAmerican Spanlah merlcan warand war ar arand
and it is declared that It was U bit strat strategy strategy
egy that won on the battle of San Juan JuanOn JuanOn
On that memorable day General Haw Hawkins Ha Hawkins w wklns
kins led in person the charge of the thetwo the1wo thetwo
two infantry brigades which hlch secured a afooting a afootln afooting
footln footing on San Juan Hill and compelled compelledthe COlDJKlledthe
the Spaniard to withdraw from Aguar A Aguardores ar ardoret
dores SaaJuan Saa Juan and Caney this break breakIhg brpaklh breakthg
Ihg lh down their th rr line of defense defenseGeneral d8f8nseGen defenseGeneral
General Gen al Hawkins was born in South SouthCarolina SOuthCarolina SouthCarolina
Carolina November on mber 13 1834 His father fatherws fatherWE fatherwas
ws a soldier and had lost his life In Inthe Inthe inthe
the war with Mexico axlco Young Hawkins Hawkinswent Hawkinswent Hawkinst
t went to 0 Wast Point in M82 but stayed stayedthere 8ta stayedthere d dthere
there only three years leaving 1M vln < < in 1S66 1S66without 1S6 1S61thout 1 6b 6bwithout
without graduating graduatingHis graduatingRia
His Rise Was Rapid RapidWhen RapiclWhen RapidWhen
When the civil war broke out he ac accepted accepted accepted ¬
cepted a captaincy cap lncy in the Sixth Infantry InfantryHe
He wa was noon MOO transferred tran lerred to the quarter quartermasters quartermasters quartermasters ¬
masters department of the army of thePotomac the thePotomac thePOtDmac
Potomac and served Sorv at Malvern Hill HillAnXleUm HiliAIr1elam HillAuiletam
AnXleUm the second bui bu Run fight fightand fightaD fightand
and aD at Chancel ChanceJlocsvUJe ChanceJlocsvUJePromoted ChancelbxsvtllePromoted lorsville lorsvillePromoted
Promoted to major of the Tenth In Infantry Infantry ¬
fantry in 1SS3 and to lieutenant colonel colonelof colonelof
of the Twentythird Infantry in 18M 1 he heeras bewas hewas
was finally made colonel of the Six Sixteenth Sixteenth Sixteenth ¬
teenth Infantry fantry in ISM and the same sameyearwai sameyear me mee8r
yearwai year e8r wa w transferred to the Twentieth Twentl < < h
Infantry Later Lat r he wag wa sent to Fort
Leavenworth to take charge of theLavalry the thecavalry thetavalry
cavalry school at that place
In the SpanishAmerican SPRl hAmerlean war h M was wasmade WIUJmade wasmade
made commander of the First Infantry
Brigade cOtd as such won fame for forhimself forhimulC forhimself
himself and his command in several vet1
battles General Hawkins was wounded
in the foot at the battle batt1 of San Juan
but waa not incapacitated About Abouten Aboutenyeartl seven sevenyears sevenyears
years ago the general nfral was w made gov governor IOVtlfnor gove ¬
ernor e + of the Soldiers S tdIeNl Home HomeArrange HomeArraDge HorceArrange
Arrange Funeral FuneralGeneral F1meraIGeneral FuneralGeneral
General Hawkins had been in good goodhealth goodhea1th goalhealth
health up to three weeks eek Ago 11 < < 0 wh when n he hewas bewas hewas
was compelled to relinquish his hi dutiesat duties duttesat
f at the aokilers oldie Idlers Home H and ad on the advice adviceof Adm Admof adviceof I
of his physician ph Jclan hurried to Glen Springs Springswhere SINi t I Iwhre
where he h seems m to have hav improved for a atime atimE
time > but later Jatf > r suffered a relapse rela the theend lb lbtnd thetad
end coming yesterday morning monl1 monl1G < <
General G nttal Hawkins is survived 8un lved by his hiswidow hiswidow histvldow
widow one ins nft son Capt H S Hawkins
jr of the Fourth Cavalry and two twouaiiphterp twoClall twoua
uaiiphterp Clall ua whterethe htel1the the wife of Colonel > l Howe HoweKtatinntd HoweMatlontd Howetatlontd
Ktatinntd in Porto Rico and Miss Har Harriet ¬
riet iet Hawkins HIl kIM living with Ith her parents at atthf atthf
thf Soldiers Soltlif > hl Home HomeThe Home1hp HomeThe
The body of the general eneral was brought
to the city this morning and arrange arrangements arrangements ¬
ments are being heln marie for the funeral funeralb
by b Judge George or f Gray of Wilmington
Del a ortvtherinlau b ortvtherinlauBlotter thfIlnlawSUiGIOE
SUiGIOE SUICEIDENTIHED SUICEIDENTIHEDSon IDENTIFIED IDENTIFIEDAS
Blotter BlotterSon AS M L TALBERT TALBERTSon
Son Views Body odY of Man ManWho ManWho vIanWho
Who Hlnfed H Han nged ed Himself HimselfWith Himselfith HimselfWith
With ith Sheets SheetsAlonso SheetsAlonao SheetsAlonao
Alonao Talbert I J bert of Blue Plains D C Cfchis cItJtI8 Ckale
kale morning identified idenUfto C t u the body of the thepged tbeged theaged
aged ged man who hanged himself hI IC yesterday yesterdavin ydter ay
in a lodging house at 3a Missouri avenue ave avenue avenue ¬
nue as that of his father M F Tal Talbtrt Talrt Talbert
bert btrtTfUbert bertTalbert rt rtTalbert
Talbert who wllio o wag about sixty years of ofage olagl ofage
age engaged en ed a room at the house hoo houseurday e Sat Saturday t turday ¬
urday right He did not leave it all allday allday allday
day yesterday > sterday and about i oclock last lastnight Jastnight lastnight
night Frederick Moehring went to see ee if ifthe Itthe Ifthe
the man was ill illReceiving IIIRecelv illReceivktR
Receiving Recelv no reply after knocking knocld on
the door Moehring entered nt rEd the room roomand roomand roomand
and found Talbert hanging to one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the bedposts with l1h an improvised impro1sed1Tfad rope ropeirfade ropen
irfade n fade from strips of bed I sheets about
his neck A physician ph llclan wag wa summoned summonedand summonedand summonedand
and prsnoanced pr 1ouneed life extinct extinctAlonro extinctAlonw extinctAlcorn
Alonro Talbert TaJbf > rt said his ht father tat et had
been despondent de pondent for some time thneMAN UuHsMAN timeMAN
MAN KILLED BY CARjS CAR CARIS CARis
IS WILLIAM ADAMS ADAMShe
Who he body of the man who was killed kittedfiy kiHroy killed9y
fiy y a Berwyn B rwyn car near th the District line linelast line1a8t fleelast
last night was Identified at the morgue morguethis morpuathis morguethis
this morning a as that of o WilliamAdams WilliamAdamsa William Adams Adamsa
a bricklayer thirtyflv years old who wholived whoJived wholived
lived at Twentyninth Tw tyntnth and Cedar streets vtreetsMt streetsMt neetaMt
Mt Rainier RainierAdams RainierAda RainierAdams
Adams Ada u who ho was walking on the thetracks thetrackll th thtracks e
tracks was struck by a car in charge chargeof
of Motorman Garner Garner says 8 he herang herang h hrang e
rang the gong IIO g but the man did nothear not nothear nothear
hear it or else paM no heed h to the thewarning thewarning th thwarning e
warning The Th motfrrman t reversed Nv the thecurrent theurrent th thcurrent e
o
current and applied app the e brakes but was wasunable w wunable as
unable to stop the car < < ar vhlch hf < h struck utruckAdam actrukAdalntl struckAdams
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Adam Adams with considerable force te e killing I
him Instantly InstantlyTrain IntltanUTrain InstantlyTrain
Train Victim Identified IdentifiedThe Identi1iedThe
The aged man who was as killed by byBaIUmere a aBaltimore aBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio train near Stottsstation Stotts Stottsstation Stottsstation
station D C last Saturday afternoon afternooncvas
was this morning identified as a Robert RobertStevens Rob RobertStevens rt rtStev8D1J
Stevens of 2232 J23 Georgia avenue Coroner CoronerNevitt Coronprlevltt CoronerNevitt
Nevitt gave a certificate of r accidental accidentaldeath accidfntaldeath accidentaldeath
death The T e body was taken in charge chargebv harg
bv an undertaker undertakerLOCAL undertakerLOCAL undertakerLOCAL
LOCAL MENTION MENTIONTry
t Try Murine Eye Remedy RemedyFo I
Fot Red Weak Weary Watery Eyes EyesCarpenter EyesC3rpenter EyesCarpenter
Carpenter Repairs Large or Small SmallPromptly SmaIlPromptly Smallpromptly
Promptly attended C D COLLINS 719 71918th 71918th 719lath
18th St N W V Phone Pb ne M ISO ISOGas JiGGas 154Gas
Gas Ranges Water Heaters Heaters616 616 lat latC 12th St Stc StC
C A Huddiraan Co ISM G St StCavorlys StCavtrlys StCaverlys
Cavorlys plumbing 3331 G St N Wt W TVChile
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t Chile Con Came Carne1nd and Hot Hotamales Tamales The TheRanch j I
Ranch 6OT F st it nw Open till znldnijfht I
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GEN HAMILTON S HAWKINS HAWKINSLOYAL HAWKINSLOYAL HAWKINSLOYAL
LOYAL TO CLASSMATES CLASSMATESTAFT c
1 TAFT 1 1 DISAPPOINTS MANY MANYGoes
Goes to Dinner of Yale 78 Men and Fails to Attend AttiendBaseball AttendBaseball AttendBaseball
Baseball Game Knights of Columbus Ball Bafiand Ballt Balland
t and Daughters Dance
The spirit of the Yale class of 1 T8 ha baa 11Mtronser a astronger
stronger hold upon the heart of WU1I William WilliamHoward t tHoward
Howard Taft than the Tale baseball baseballteam bUebaRtNm baseballseam
team of Wit the th Knights Kn < < b of Columbus Columbusor
or Miss Helen Tafts Easter er dance danceUntil danceUnto aDce aDceUntil
Until last night Jd t President Taft was wasfaoe wasteas
teas 08 to face with the problem of making makinga
a choice from four notable events He Hehad Hehad
had pmoUcally OUeally accepted aco ted hnritationu to toail toall toll
ail a ll of them WDI In fact one OII had been ar arranged arranpd aranged ¬
ranged r long lon before for his special epeclalBut bone benent boneat
nt ntBut
But the question was settled ttl before beforethe ber berthe beforethe
the President went to bed last night nightAnd ntptAnd nightAnd
And it was settled in favor of the clamof class classof d dot
of 76 For this reason the President Presidentarranged Presidentrranged i
arraD a arranged < < ed to leave Washington at 1230 1230oclock 131oclock
oclock today to attend atte d the class dinner dinnerto dronern bmerSft
i to n X New w York YorkSome e i iSome
Some months moIIt sego CO o the nlsnagement maDA < < emeat of ofthe t ofthe I Ithe
the Yale baseball team told the Presi President Pre Presient ¬
dent d ent he was wa wanted at the first ftnKthe game gameth
the th the Ysloteam y Yale fteam team played this thl season seasonIn season seasonIn I IIn
In order to make it convenient con nt for forMr forMr i ir
Mr r Taft the Yale T manager mana said he hewould hewould hewould
would have the game played In Wash Waah1RtOn Washington
Ington Consequently Co Conee puently ently the Cornell game gamewhich 3lftwhich samewhich
which will 111 be played at American AmerleanLeague AmericanLeague
League Park this afternoon aftflrn n was arrang arranged 1 1ed
ed As late as Saturday Tale men mensay meaJlaY mensay
say the President assured th the members membersof memberstEmtbat
of the team tEmtbat that he would attend the thegame t e egame J JHe
game gameHe gameHe
He alto is said to have promised theknights the theKnights I
Knights of Columbus that he wouldattend would wouldattend wouldattend
attend their Easter ball at the New NewWillard NewWillard 8W 8WWillard
Willard tonight The > Presidents Pr tA well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known love of dancing dancing and his prodci prodciCONSULS pro pire4lciCONSULS ei eiCONSULS
1 1USED
CONSULS REPORTUSED REPORT REPORTUSED
USED AS ARGUMENT ARGUMENTWhat
What is set forth a at nn argument forthe for torthe
the proposed propo ed ship subsidy bill has been beenfound beenfound beenfound
found in the report of Consul Con ul General GeneralJ
J T DuBois of Singapore who says saysthat aysthat saysthat
that in the last four years but four fourmerchant fourmerchant fourmerchant
merchant ships flying the American Americanflag Americanflag Amfricantouhe
flag touched at that port from which whichmore whichmore whichmore
more than 13000000 worth of goods are areshipped arelUpped arearilpped
shipped arnually to the United I nlted States StatesKitty S StatesFifty ter terFlity
Kitty years ago according a rdln to the rect re reort reJlOrt
JlOrt ort ct fortyflve American American merchantmen merchantmentouched merchllntmentouched
touched touched at t the port In1998 In 1M out of a atotal Atotal atotal
total of 23234 2S4 4 only onl one was an Amercan Ameri American American ¬
can vessel vesselSPURNED vtS vesselSPURNED l lSPURNED
SPURNED ENDS LIFE LIFEW1LKESBARRE LIFEWILKES LIFEWILKESBARRE
W1LKESBARRE WILKES BARRE Pa March S 25EC 25ECforts 2SKforts Bf Bffort
fort forts are being made to locate J eate Mary MaryBrown MaryBtOWJ1 MaryBrown
Brown whose boee photograph was wa found foundIn foundin ouftlIn
In the pocket of Fred Ellman twenty twentyone twentyone twentyone
one years old who committed suicidelast suicide suicidelast uicldelast
last night by swallowing carbolic add addEllman addEllman acidlllman
Ellman died because the girl spurned spurnedhte
his love loveMINISTER kneMINISTER loveMINISTER
MINISTER ACCEPTS CALL CALLBATH CALLHArH CALLBATH
BATH Pa March 38 SA A meeting meeting of ofthe o othe f I
the Lehigh Presbytery wa w was held heldto herej herejto here ere I Ito
to dissole dI8 dlseot o1e e the relationship existing exl existingtwoen Unlt be between > > e ¬
tween the Rev Re Seth Russell 11 Downie and andthe andthe andWalnut
the Walnut Street Presbyterian Pre bterlan Church ChurchHe i
He goes > s to Tawneytown Md where whereh wherehe here herehe
h he has accepted a call au Mr Downie is ischaplain I Ichaplain
chaplain of the State tatf Firemens Asso Association AJIsoelation Aasoelation ¬
elation and it wan he who instituted institutedFiremens InstltuttdFlrenums
Firemens Memorial Day throughout throughoutthis t
this State I
envy in the art t led hekniahfs the knisjhts t tie tieJleve tolkve e elieve
lieve that be wovM wot d lyti pL fail them themMiss theIaKin themMiss
Miss Helen Taft tack 6 back ck home for or the tMter °
1 tster Ew ter holidays arranged a adance orsmall small smalldance n ndoLnfe
dance for her guests s and friends atWhite at the theI theWhite theage
I White Mouse n tonight Some weeksshe weeks w ago agoshe qoshe
she wote Gte her father about it and told toldhim toldhim to tohim b
him he would hs hate to be there The TItevoUon de devotion dovoUon ¬
voUon of the President to his I 8 only oal oalMer
daughter Mer and the great intimacy hatimacyexists thatto that thatexists
exists between th them n are well 11 known IaaowDall knownall by byall
all who are a at sP 51 familiar faw 1llag with the to fam ° a ¬
ily life of the TaftaIf Tatts TattsIf Ta n nIf
If there h f IIHS + ra ore tl t11nJr ins the President Presidentwouh PretdeatwouloX PresWenwoubt t
wouh not < J < t it va was thought It was to tolei tolei tolet
lei arijttiin except the th sternest official officialduty otGclaldilly ofd
duty interfere with wlt his participation In Inany 111an inany
any an v entertainment Hl1ertain nl that his daosjahier daosjahierot daiiuergut
gut ot tur turBut ur urBut u uBut
But along aloft < < cane afew a r telegrams t e from fromok fromold m
ok 0 classmates cJaa > natee telling Bin II Taft h hwould he hewould hewould
would have to be in New York tonight tonightmethlng
methlng > was to 0 be pulled p llfld off Iff that thatmembr no nomftmhr
mftmhr of the class el of 78 8 could afford aft
to to > misv misvSo ftIIIwSo missSo
So after only five daysat days at 1 the White
House since Tint bl fits return from the ctica cticaand Cr cas ca caand <
and New York trip the President sue succumbed SUtM1 sueeu ¬
cumbed M1 nbed bfod to his love Iov of travel and ar arranged a aranced ara r ¬
ranged ra to leae lea e for New York at 123 1S 3J 3Jitces
He held eid hurrjuj hu > conferences < OI1ferenceswith itces
with a numnc autnber r of persons this tbi morning
on official hc b iness ess before re rtartln starting for
the train trainArriving trainArriving
Arriving Amtn tn Vew IfW York late this titer titernoon ltern
noon n Oo the Prevtdelu P t will go o at on + + to t o
the home of f hit brother Henry R Taft Taftand Taftand
and from rem thee t te to > the theI Iniverstty CluK Ci
He H will go o directly from the t dinner to t o
his hl ran < au u leaving leat iryg New ew fork To > ortt shortly a1h after afterHouse
n1 milnight mJ1ni intght < < bt to be back at his desk to the theafter
White House tomorrow moraine
It J t has been n suggested that several
New X PW York politicians politic will confer with w
the President when he reaches New Ne
York but no definite engagements hav v a
been I eeft arraned arrangedHORSE arranedHORSE arranedHORSE
HORSE SHOWS SNSE SNSEBLOOMSBDRO SNSEBUX S NSE NSEBLOOMSBURf3
BLOOMSBDRO BUX > MSBURG Par Pa March 8Aftfr 2AfterTrucker 28 8AftfrTruckr After
Trucker Rupert near here had loaded Ioadfodhis
his wagon with vegetables tablfltl for Danville DanvnJt1In Danvilleetwelve I Ihouse
t1In twelve lve miler distant and gone Into tilt >
house hou to finish arrangements arran ements s for his
trip his horse bQr e disappeared rA with Uh the
load A ion long search and pursuit proved
that the th nag a creature of habit made mad I
the entire trip t to Danville without ai a
driver and without a mishsi mishsiCAUSE mi1u mi1uGAUSE misheCAUSE > +
CAUSE OF ECZEMA EXPLAINED EXPLAIKEDAfter E XFlAl HIED HIEDAfter
After years of debate d
ate medical au authorities authoriU4l authoritieR ¬
thorities are n now arreed ait re reed edow that Eczema Eczemaand ECzmaand Eczemaand
and other other8kIft gate
diseases are not seatedin seated seatedin leatt leattIn
in the blood but are caused by myriads myriadsof
of ntfcrosoopio animals gnawing w1ng theflesh the theflesh
flesh h just below the epidermis e The I
pa pattont patlont pattoat
ttont is perfectly healthy It is t only the theskin theskin
skin that is IIIHeoc diseasedHence diseased diseasedHenc I
Hence adentJ8taare scientists are now agreed thatyou that thatyou thatyou
you must cure the skin through the theskin theskin
skin The medicine must be in liquid
form in order r to penetrate HIDetrat
property 1IOPM1 And Andwe Andwe
we can say with confidence con clenee that we
have the true tr e remedy tor Eczema m In I Iour
our tore stoicThe store storeThe torerhe
The instant ln tant you wash with this
snth en + t h h1ng
lug liquid you OU will m find the Itch re lev if i
ed Wft 1Y positively po tttvely assure you of this I IWill 1will
Will yon yo + t try a bottle at only onl Zx On onour
our recommendation Ask A k for D j D
D Prescription Fre rlptlon H Henry nry Evant Peoples PeoplesiDru
iDru Drug Store
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COOKERS COOKERSHelp
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Help to reduce tl1e cost of ofliving ofliving
living bet us show themWBMosesSons them themWBMos
WBMos WBMosesSons WBMosesSonsFounded sSons sSonsFoumkd
Founded 1R 1G1 l Sole ole Agents F Street Cor Cor11th 11th
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METHODISTS METHODISTSSIR HEAnSIR HEAR
SIR ROBEH f PERKS PERKSOn
On Way to to Toronto Eng Englishman Englishman Englishman ¬
lishman Brings Greet Greetings Greetings Greetings ¬
ings From Britain BritainOLDTIMEGOSPEL Brit1lnOLDTIME BritainOLDTIME
OLDTIMEGOSPEL OLDTIMEGOSPELBEST OLDTIME GOSPELBEST GOSPEL GOSPELBEST
BEST HE DECLARES DECLARESMemorials DECLARESMemoi DECLARESMemoiab
Memorials Memoi to Dead Are AreR Read ReadConference AtC At AtConference
C Conference fereace at Mt Vern V VC Vernon VernonOtwreh oli oliC3
C C3 C3Greetings Otwreh OtwrehGreetlncB urdt urdtQltln
Greetings Qltln fires the tb Methodists JlletholI of the theKrltlsh UteBrltlh TheritLeh
Krltlsh ritLeh Isles were extended to thegates the dele delerates 4Ielet
rates t s srnnference at the Methodist Epscopal South Southreference oathrrmtn
reference rrmtn > nce at the Mt It Vernon Methodist liIetbOdJatEplCnpa MethodistEpiscopal Y YEpiscopal
Episcopal Chureb thta mot JDGrinlr m rUig > in sy byiioart Sir Sirlioivrt 8Ir1o04rt
lioivrt perks of London wbo wt wtehero reached reachedhere IeChedhelP
here today ell yeasts star Toronto Torontogo o a agrnernment s
gov go grnernment eminent t > mission miarioaSir missionSir m mSir
Sir Roberts outranoe was wasto unknown unknownto nnknti + rna
to the delegates dft He He11Itro4uee4 gas tetroduced oy b bthtl bythe oythe
the presiding pn 1dfnJ officer Bishop A W Wit Witwn W1Isnn
son of Raltunore RaltunoreIn 1tbDoN 1tbDoNIn
In expressins exp his pleasure In visa visatle vialtins viBlU viBlUt
the t te conference fnfe Sir Robert presented the theKreeitiisa thelTetllliiS t tgeetilAgs
Kreeitiisa of the laity of Gnat Gn t Britain Britainlie Britainlit Britainice
lie > praised the seal of the Methodist Methodisthilt Methodlslalty t
hilt lalty y and clergy hi advancing the cause causei cau caurJt causerot
rot i ot only of Jeans J Ctirtst hot of ofeymntry the
country nt ry itself itselfI ItselfMethodism
Methodism lf > thod1ft of Great Britain adoriI adoriIno
n no to Sir Ir Robert ix buoyant buo ant and pro proKr prorp p
gressfe Kr rp sive not decadent The Th church chu h hIltit he
raid has altered its I affairs a aIn to t4 the thei thelitIICP
i itiKes e of modern m times But th the
MrtJiodixts the speaker said have haveCUIK havChFiK havetight
CUIK tight tI ht and held fast to the oMl old
t fu1nnPd + pton > d gospel I of otSeev Jesus Christ Sir
Koivrt declared d4la that the pt preacher LChera who w ho I Io
lo o Iwst b Rt and who crowd r he music halls hallsof I
of f London are the one vho h adhere to toand toand t tand o
and proclaim the oldfcvnloned gospel gospelof I Iof
of a full and free aalva sahratb4 hra + tta ie e all
Bishop Wilson for t oaferenee oafereneeexpressed oral oralexpressed ereoe ereoeharing
expressed fxpr wd the thaiks thai s of lie fjatheilng tint haring
for the optimMfe opttabl c remarks of the vto
itor itorAt
At A t the e opening of the morning ses session ¬
sion ai en the th pawing OB the character of the thepastors thepastorr thepastor
pastors wan resumed an concluded
Memorials to ten pastors who dir died > d
during the past year Yf > al were > read by be
different mll ministers Stn who were friends of
the deceased Ifd Committee meetings meetln were we re
held this tbJ afternoon afternoonEugene anfrtloonCORONER afternoonCORONER
CORONER RETURNS RETURNSSUiGIDE RETURNSr
SUiGIDE VEROIGT VEROIGTEugene
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Eugene iu me Sliney + Found In InPotomac InPotomac I n
Potomac Held to Have HaveShot HaveShot
Shot Himself
Arraagsents rT R Rtot a ma mafee ibQay
let nine < fte e ftoers ftoerswho ftIiII ftaeri II < < 4 l < 811DeJ 811DeJwho 7
who disappeared February FftJuar 17 rn rnhome from his I
home 7 lOTCHftest 8 Cltftes I street t t northwestwhose northwest ftOI1h and andwhose
whose body boa wastound was sound 0 yesterday la isPotomac u1 u1retvottret the thePotGIIIac °
Potomac liver tftT tUtoey took a IftOhw retvottretst re oi er erwith
with bin when ve left 1etttb th apartieand apartment apartmentand 1It 1Itand I
and a bullet wou woaA < + 4 m the head fadicatethat Indicated Indicatedthat d I
that he had ended his lists Itt I by 7 7hlm8elf shooting shosUn 6
himselfSttney hlm8elf8IIDe7 himself hiniseU8liney
Sttney was tweuyflve five years oldwas old and andwas aDC1empIeJfiI
was employed asa uTa a patent draftsman draftsmanHe
He lived with his III sister lose loseSIWey ROM ROMSttney Ro
= Sttney ia the uapartJlleet apartment In Clifton Cliftonstreet CUttODThe CUtt ° n 1
street streetThe
The discmeiy o of the bullet wound woan woanthe < < led ledthe lelthe
the police at first to believe that they theyhad theyhad the thehad y
had a murder mur er mystery on their hands handleAs handsAs 1aaDc 1aaDcAs
As soon as the body wa was identified identifiedhewewer tdeBtifledIt
hewewer It was recalled recall that the young youngman you youman ouncan
man an had taken a revolver Olver with ht htwhen him himwhen m i
when when he last left home and Coroner Con > ner i
Xevttt issued a certificate of suicide suicideThe suicideThe I
The police think Sln Sllnayy y was probably probablythe on onthe onthe
the railway bridge across the thewhen Potomac Potomacwhen PotoIDacwh
when wh he shot himselfJames himself himselfJames hlm elf I IJames
James M Pierce and Joseph McCor McCorihkk Iic o r I Imkk
ihkk two Georgetown tOWD University stu students atudnts ¬
dents acre ere re canoeing canQ can ng n on the river yes yesterday y yterday ye yeterlay ¬
terday when hn they the found the body float floating ftoatIn floating ¬
ing In on the surface Iurf They towed it to toshore toshore t tshore o
shore and it was taken tak n to the yttorguwhere morgue morguewhere morguewhfle e
where William Sliney S1tn y a member of the theDistrict th thDistrict e I IDIstrict
District Fire Department Identified itthat it as asthat
that of his brother I
SIGMA PM I EPSILON EPSILONI EPSILONDELEGATES
I DELEGATES AT WORK WORKChapter WORKChapter
Chapter Conclave Called toOrder to toOrder toOrder
Order By PresidentCooney President PresidentCooney PresidentCooney
Cooney of Ohio OhioROUTINE OhioROUTINE OhioROUTINE
ROUTINE BUSINESS BUSINESSAT
AT FIRST SESSION SESSIONGeorge SESSiONGeeqe SESSIONGeorge
George Washington n University UniversityI UniverstyOrpaizatMA
I Oc Organizationto iztti i to Be Visi Visitors Visitors Visitors ¬
tors Host HostWith HostWIt HostWith
With WIt delegates present treat tr all the thechapter tbecbapten thechapters
chapter the stoctr grand chapter chapterconclave chap chapeoaeIaftt chapterconclave < <
conclave of the 8fe2 alb = ra a PM fipsttm fipsttmfraternity Spstkefraternity s stiaterait
fraternity opene opened this morning at the theRaleixh UNBaleI
BaleI Raleigh Hotel with one of the th large largeattendances largest JargeetIIttea
IIttea attendances ancea in the history of tb Ute M Mpnsatlcm orsansatton r rKanxatkm
Kanxatkm KanxatkmGeorge pnsatlcmGeorp
George Washington University chap chapter cbapteI18 ¬
ter teI18 to Host to the vtetttac vtattia vtetttacwho delegate delegatoswho delegatewho
who are betas shown the sights of thecapital the theCapital theCa
Capital Ca ltal when sestons mm tons are not being beingheld beJDIJhel4 beingheld
held Twentyseven Twent eYfIII chapter chapt are rep represented repIeiIeDte represented ¬
resented < l at the sessions which began beganthi betraathis beganthis
this thi morning and sill 111 conclude C4 Aclu e Wed Wednesday WecIne8da Wednesday ¬
nesday ne8da night with a banquet banquetThis banquetlbla
This moraine at t oclock the dele delegate dolegates 14 14su ¬
gate were ere called to order 0Ider by b President PresidentN Pre ieat ieatN
N R Cooney Coone who also represents r pI 10 the theOhio tbeOhio theOhio
Ohio chapter Credential ere daIII were wereeente4 presented pre prevented ¬
vented and examined followed followedby b prayer prayerby prayerby er erbY
by the Rev B D flaw oC otthe the Went WentWashington WNtWuhinCton Westt1ashington
Washington Baptist Church Mr Gaw Gawis Ga GaODe
is one of the founders of the fraternity fraternityand
and IB a past grand president presidentGrand raldeDt raldeDtGranc t tGrand
Grand Secretary Se < nlltary Will Wlllam W am L I Phillip Phillipsread Phillipread PbllUpcread
read the t a minute of he fifth grand grandchapter KJ1UIIdnaptel grandchapter
chapter conclave They were accepted acceptedThe ueeptedTb
The Tb MM of the session was occupied occupiedIn
In the presentation of amendment alDe cbneata and andresolutions aDIIrMOlutiona andresolutions
resolutions and the ft1ll1 fi filing < < of manorial manorialThis ID8BIOI1aIeTbbt
This afternoon the different commit committees COIDMItt4Jee ommittees ¬
tees are in session Tonight at 711 7J1emo 7J 7Jthere 711titer
there titer will It 1 be a 1 smoker emo leer followed fl owe b by byinitiations bTInitiation
initiations and a buffet et capper capperTomorrow eapperTID10rr0w
Tomorrow morning the business b bBton ses session session ¬
sion will begin be < < in at 9 oclock and con continue oontlnU4 contint ¬
tinue tint + e until the delegate deJ tM go on a sight sightseeing ¬
seeing automobile trip t D at at 2 tWednesday oclock oclockWednesday oclocltW i
Wednesday W y morning and afternoon will willbe wiDb
be b devoted to business the conclave conclaveending eoncla conclaveending ve veban4uet
ending with a banquet at the Raleigh Raleighat Ralelsbl RalelsblPTevious Rork Rorkat
at i 7a oclock oclockPrevious oda k
Previous conclave have been held In InRichmond inRichmond i
Richmond Plttsburg Plt Philadelphia and andChicago andthicaao Bel Belchlcaco
Chicago the fraternity having ba beenfounded been beenfounded I Ifoundfd
founded at Richmond College Virginia VirginiaJW1 ni ni1ee1
JW1 m It wag wa charter ehartenu under the lawn lawnof IaWIIof la laof
of Virginia in 1992 1 19i The founder were wer werBenjamin
Benjamin D Gaw Ga Carter A Jenkins JenkinsW Jenkt JenktV Jenkftr
W V Hugh Can Carter < r W A Wallace Wal Wit William Witiam
i Ham L L Phillips and Thomas T
Wright Wrf ht The Tb offlcersar N R Cooney Cooneygrand C CKnnd Cgrand
grand president pre tdfnt O A Ver V Beck B < < k grand InDdvkf grandtike
Uice tike pivstdeui P l W I L Phillip PhIlU gra grasecretary grand grandsecretary Jrl1IdlIfCntary
secretary J C CGritftn Griffin grand InncIF treasurer treasurerP
F S Bobbins grand raDd historian W F
Wingett grand guard S KL Phtlttps Phtlttpscharter PbllltplthArt Ph Phcharter
charter hArt r commander commanderMany commanderMany OIDftaDllerKanT
Many southern and Western iastttv fneet fneetone
tt bnumbers tions one n8 are to the fraternity which now nownumbers notra
numbers a membership well in the thou UIouFILES thousands thousands ¬
sandsFILES sands sandsFILES
FILES BG aI 1 I s CLAIM CLAIMFOR CLAIMFOR CLAIMFOR
FOR EXTRA WORK WORKFormer WORKPenBer WOR
Former Patrol Wagon aygoa Driver DriverMskes Doi Doilames
Makes Demand U Upon P Dis Dfctrict Distrlct
trig for 5434 42308am1IeI 4230 4230SAXMM
Samuel I L OINHC formerly formerlyby MDMVJNM MDMVJNMby i
by the u District DI trtct as the driver of a > > ja jatroi a atrot
trot wagon has buftled filed with the Dtotriet DMtrirta a adata adatm
data of 199 M J for extra hour oon service serviceatoners a rice wteeTbe
The claim Is denIM b b7 t the theslonea e esloDen
atoners upon the advice of the tbetlon Conwra Conwration
lion O Counsel ubllel who points to the theof decision decisionof
of the Court of Appeals to the t case of a asfml at4mJsr
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t4mJsr sfml > r claim cf c C f a Janitor of c a abuilding school schoolbonding IICbooIbulkUDC
bonding for i33t 3 XL XLMr UMr
Mr Cook bares his claim et on the theof th t e act actof 8Ctof
of Congress of o 1M8 which provides providethe that thatthe thatthe thaeloped
the hours of laborers or mechanics em employed ftIiployed emtha ¬
ployed by the 1 nnl united Tit 1 ted 8atec Stat i + Les or District DittMoternseerit I IOovenunent
Oovenunent 01 b waellt Shan be limited to eight eighthours iIht iIhthounl
hours a day In his petition he b avers aversthat a eve evethat rs rstha
that tha t he h was laborer within 1thtn the th true truemeaning trueID trwmeaning
meaning ID < < of the tt law and nd that during duringht duri durifits
ht h fits service of seventeen years and eight eightmonths
months as patrol Atrol driver dri he was com compelled eomned ¬
pelted ned to work twelve hours hoot s a day dayWARREN italWARREN
WARREN GOES HOME HOMESenator HOMESenator
Senator Warren of Wyoming WYomJ has left leftthe k i I
the city for his home Cheyenne Ch enn Wy Wyom Wyominy
iny In wh whre re he was U called lecI by basin business businessmatters bUll 1 1mattfrL
matters H Hf > will return in about ten tendays teftday k kdays
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A flavor and fragrance all its itsown itsown itsown
own A rare combination of sweet sweetbirch sweetbirch sweetbirch
birch pepsin and pure chicle chicleSold chicleSold i iSold
Sold everywhere in 5c packages
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HOLMES HOLMESBREAD
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Is Scientifically Scientif i call callAccurate
Accurate AccurateDelicious
Delicious Dclick us as it can he perfectly perfectlynaked perfectlilahed perfectlynaked
naked and tempting as 8 bread can canever canntr canever
ever be Delivered anywhere in inour inour Inour
our wagon in response re ponse to a phonecall phone phoneoil phoneclI
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21 Tickets 100o 100 100Holmes 100Holmes
Holmes o mess Bakery ae aekltopq
Phone 314537 U 2 4537
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Guaranteed for two months See Seedemonstration Seeemonftration Seedemonstration
demonstration in window windowS MdowS widowS
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Plumbing fI1UD1 DE SeatisiTi TiaaiBg U11J1g Gas Guncl Gasand Ganand
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432 Ninth St N WPhone W WPhone V VOD
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Business Hours are 8 a m to 6 p mNew m mNew
New TailorMade Suits ofFashion of ofFashion ofFashion
Fashion Comfort and BeautyTHE Beauty BeautyiHE
Ij iHE work of the exclusive custom tailor could couldnot couldnot couldg
THE g not be better we are sure in any single pointthat point pointthai
thai tha in our Fine and Stylish Tailormade TaiormadeCarments TailormadeCleverness TailOrmadeGarments
Garments now displayed in their entirety
Cleverness Ckv ness in design tailoring and cut the thefine thefine t tfmep <
fine e even silk stitching do not hatf indicate theIxauty the thebeauty thebeauty
beauty and gracefulness of our mediumpriced medilKnpricedSeverely mediumpricedSeverely j
Plain Tailormade Coat Suits which
Severely we weare weare i iire
are making a specialty of this season The simplicity sim simplicity simplicity
plicity of coat lines the new plaited skirts seem to topossess tobeauty topossess
possess beauty and refinement not possible for fortrimmings fortrimmings fatnmmmgs
trimmings to produce producemart producemart producemart i
mart in every detail de 1 of material and tailoring
finished with the best of linings liningsCoat liningsCoat liningsCoat
Coat Suits of navy blue and black serge These Thesehave f 11 ill illmoire
have the newlength semifitting semifitti coats WIth black blackmoire r
moire shawl or notch collar and lined with satin full fullplaited fullpiaited fullplaited
plaited skirts Much better quality than is usually usually
to be had at this price price15OU
1500 each eachSerge eachSerge s sSerge
Serge Coat Suits in plain and t1 the e very popular pppularhercingbone popularherringbone popularherring
herring herringbone one weaves Semifitting Serr ifitting coats in 30 and 32 32inch 32inch 2 2inch
inch lengths and plaited skirts These also cane in the very ery attrac attractive attractive ¬
tive homespun materials and novelty flakes in navy and Roman Romanblue Romanblue Romanblue
blue gray and black 2250 each eachThird eachThird eachrasa
Third Floor G St StOur StOur StOur
Our Dollar Waists WaistsHECKED WaistsCHECKED
HECKED and Striped St ped Lawn Waists w in whiteandblack and andwhiteandbiue andwhiteandblue
CHECKED L whiteandblue effects front and back oneinch tucked fin finished finished finished ¬
ished with tucked cuffs a id laundered collar fasten in front frontunder frontunder frontunder
under box plait 100 each eachLawn eachLawn eachLawn
Lawn Waists white ground witFmediumsized with mediumsized black polka dots dotstucked dotstucked dotstucked
tucked front and back and finished with long sleeves sleeves and laundered launderedcollar launderedcollar laucderedcollar
collar fasten in front 100 each eachIndia eachIndia eachIndia
India Linon Lir on Waists small tucks form yoke wide embroidery embroideryband
band down front collar and cuffs of wide embroidery and lacefasten lace lacefasten lacefasten
fasten in back 100 each eachLingerie eachLingerie eachLin
Lin Lingerie erie Waists w of batiste pin tucked back and front tofomtYdce toform toformyoke fnfonntucked
yoke Ydce tucked long sleeves and dainty lacetrimmed collar fasten fastenin
in beck 100 each eachWasts eachWaists eachWa
Waists Wa + sts of India Linon daintily tucked in two sizes fasten infront in infront infront
front through box plait and finished with gra graduated gr ted plaited ruffle noiselong rufflelong rufflelong
long sleeves sleeves with tucked cuffs 1 11U0
100 each eachDainty eachDaintv eachDa
Da Dainty + nEv India Linon Waists W8is front tucked in large and smalltucks small smalltocks smaIltucks
tucks and finished with box boxkmg plait plaitand and ruffle back tucked to match matchlong matchcuffs
long sleeves with tucked cuffs
100 each eachLtnene
Linens Waists with Gibson plaits long sleeves finished wiinatxidered with withlaundered
laundered cuffs and cellar cr fasten in front front with lat large g pearl buttons buttonIW
100 each eachMadras eachMadras
Madras Waists front finished with Gibson plait on either sideynd side sideand
and one pocket tang sleeves with laundered anfe cui sf2Stef1 fasten in front
100 each eachThird eachTtd
Third Pteor G Street StasctDependable Stor1 Stor1pendabl StreetDependable
Dependable pendabl Footwear for Women WomenT
ld T HE styles and leathers of shoes must be correct and better bettermeans bettert
1 t than the usual kinds to be carried here To wear 001 a Sioes Sioesmeans shoes shoesmesas
means increased satisfaction and foot comfort comfortThe comfortThe comfortThe
The most advanced phase of modem shoemaking dearly brought broughtout Ucnughout
out in our new models for spring springGun spriteGun i iGun
Gun Metal Calfskin Oxford Ties T in one aKwio two three and four fourjyetet fourvelet
c jyetet velet effects all have Goodyear GoodyearRIt welt soles and Cuban heels plain plaintoe plaint plaintoe
toe t e and straight or wing tip
350 and 400 the pair pairAnklestrap pairAddestrap pairAnklestrap
Anklestrap Pumps of patent coltskin gun metal and tan calf calfskin calfskinp ¬
skin made on short vamp with th Goodyear welt sole and Cuban heel heelneat heelneat
neat leather bow X350 350 the pair pairGun pairGun pairGun
Gun Metal Kidskin Oxfords in foureyelet design with plain plaintoe plamtoe
toe Goodyear welt sole and Cuban heel Very desirable desiraNefor for walk walking
ing and general genera uses
300 the pair pairThird pair pairTbinI pairThird
Third Floor T xealr a4fc svstHousekeegaing Streak Streak20inch sv svHousekeeping
Housekeeping Linens Linens2Oinch
20inch size Fullbleached and Hemmed Damask Napkins NapkinsS200
S200 200 per doz Value 250 25022inch 25022inch 25022inch
22inch size Silver Bleached and Hemmed Damask Napkins
300 per dozen dozen22inch dozen22inch
22inch size Full Bleached Hemmed Damask < Napkins N apiins ins
350 per dozen dozen24inch dozen24inch dozen24loch
24inch size Full Bleached Hemmed Damask Napkias f
400 per dozen
100 dozen Hemstitched Heavy Irish Grassbteacbed ed Towels T 1s D C
6 for 175 L75Extralarge 175Extralarge 175Extralarge
Extralarge Hemstitched Irish Huckaback Towels To + r els size size 22x42 2 43
inches 3Sc each X400 400 dozen dozenS9ced dozenxeM doaenscea
S9ced Floor UevjnthStreet UevjnthStreetFirst meBUtstrMLFirst abn5tr5acFist
First Quality Hardy Holland Rose Bashes BashesWE BushesWE ushesE
E have just received our annual direct importation of Hardy
WE Holland Field Grown Twoyearold Rose Bushes These Theseare TheSeare Theseare
are from the same growers from f fray whom we have had bushes
for the past rest four years and are of the th usual high quality offered
by us Each bush is s tagged seoaratery se ratety in Holland and is true to toname tona toname
name na
nameMagna Magna M gna Charta Climbing La France Gen Jacqueminot Clio
Paul Neyron eyr Mrs lrs John J n Laing Lai p Anna de iDiesb Diesbach chp Climbing
Captain Christy Marchioness of Londonderry Margaret Dickinson
Crimson Rambler Carolina Tes Tout Reine du Wurtemburg WurtemburaAmerican
American Beauty Grosz Au TeplitzlOc Teplitz TeplitzlOc 0 0tOe
lOc each eachRhododendrons eachRhododendrons eachRhodOdendrorts
Rhododendrons the best of hardy evergreen eve ga een shrubs sltrethsSOc shrubs50c shrubs50e
SOc each eachPaeonies eachPaeoniesthese eachPaeoniesttese
Paeonies Paeoniesthese these have been selected by an eminent specialist specialistwith specialistwith Pecialistwith
with a view to meeting the demands of critical florist trade trade15c trade5e trade15c
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