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ENGLISH SPORT SPORTSMEN MEN MENDO
DO NOT NOT FAVOR RACE RACEt RACEBelieve RACEBelieve
t
Believe Yacht Contest Across AcrossAtlantic AcrossAtlantic AcrossAtlantic
Atlantic Would Be BeDangerous BeD BeDangerous
Dangerous DangerousNOT D DangerousNOT ngerous ngerousNOT
NOT GOOD SPORT SPORTSAYS SPORTSAYS SPORTSAYS
SAYS REAR ADMIRALVessels ADMIRAL ADMIRALVessels ADMIRALVessels
Vessels Not Constructed for or Heavy HeavySeas HeavySeas HeavySeas
Seas Might Expect ExpectStorms ExpectStorms ExpectStorms
StormsLONDON Storms StormsLONDON StormsLO
LONDON LO DON April 4 Yachtsmen of tho thoUnited thotnlted therntted
United Kingdom kave evidenced keen keeninterest keenInterest keenInterest
interest in the proposition advanced by bythe bythe
the Atlantic Atl nUc Yacht Club of New York Yorkcity Yorkci Yorkety I
city ci for an international inl > rnatJonal yacht race raceacross raceacross raceacrose
across the Atlantic next year Opinion Opinionas
as to the desirability of such an event eventhas eventhas eventias
has varied greatly J1etl however It has hasbeen ha habeen hacbeen
been contended by b some English EnSJl b ex experts eCrts expert ¬
pert rts that the dangers are so great as to tobe tobe tobe
be almost prohibitory prohibitoryOthers prohibitoryOthers prohibitoryOthers
Others have held that such a race racewould rAcewould racewould
would probably result in the bringing bringingcut brln brIngingvut ng ngut
cut ut of an especially constructed sailing sailingcraft sailingraft lUng lUngraft
raft which by Its very ery peculiar features featuresof
of construction would have the ad advantage adyantage advantage ¬
vantage from the crack of the starting startingcannon startingaflflOfl tartln tartlnmnon
cannon < unless involved handicaps were wereimposed werempo5ed ere ereimpoled
imposed just as they shallow bodied bodiedschooner bodiedschooner bodiedschooner
schooner Atlantic took down with ease easethe eHtJ1e easetile
the German Emperors cup Ir In the sailrg sail sailIng sall1fS
Ing rg race from Sandy Sand Hook to the theLizard theLIzard theLzard
Lizard in 1906 1906Among 1 1Among 1EAmong
Among the English Engll h yachting authori authorities authtKities authorities ¬
ties who recently have given ven expression expressionto xpre slon slonto
to their Individual opinions in the mat matter mattEr matter ¬
ter is JRear Rear Adimral Victor Alexander AlexanderMontagu Alexanderlontagw AlexanderMontagu
Montagu R N retired who made a aformal aformal I Iformal
formal communication to the Field Fieldwhich Fieldwhich Fieldwhich
which has evoked extensive and anc inter interesting Intersting inter8ting ¬
sting comment commentUnfair commentUnfair commentUnfair
Unfair to Seamen SeamenHe SeamenHe SeamenHe
He said In part partMuch partU partMuch
U Much as all yachtsmen will appre appreciate appredate appreate ¬
date ate this proposed hospitality I should shouldLice sftouldKe shouldlte
Lice Ke to suggest that the racing nLdn part of ofit oCit
it 1 should begin and end in American Americanwaters Americanwatt Americanwatera
watt waters > rs because beeu e in my humble opinion opinionI
I think it very questionable q Uonable looking lookingat
at it in a sporting portin < < sense Mn e whether it itis Itis Itis
is fair air to ask seamen to run the risks risksthey riabthey risksthey
they are now bound to have while crossIrig cross crossing croul1g ¬
ing this silver streak so iH called in the themodern theTl0dern theT1
modern T1 ° dern racing craft under their con conctions contions contiOns
ctions tions of construction On tr c lon and general
so M vogue vogueI
I will 1U only mention a few e instances1owing instances instancesshowing Instances11onJl
showing the risks rl ka attached att hed Are these theeen thesenhaped
4 nshaped n haped keeps adapted to Insure In ure a avessel af1sf1 aesel
vessel being beln able to lay to in heavy heavyweather heavyather heavynather
weather ather when hen their abnormal weight weightP weightconcentrated elJiht elJihtconcentnLted
P concentrated on a very ery short lengthf length lengthrf
rf of f keel Are cutters with enormous enormousmain enonnoWlmain enormousmain
main booms easily M lly handled before the thegale thegale thegale
gale during the gale and after the gale galeIP pitwer
IP over in a huge AUantic swell ell Are Aretrews AreTER AreC
C trews safe on the th decks of vessels with withabsolutely withth5olutely
2 absolutely olutely no bulwarks whpse h decks decksmay decksay k kay
may ay be swept fore and aft for days daystogether daystogether daystgether
together
Atlantic Weather W cather a Gale GaleIt
It Is of no use contemplating a lovely lovelypassage lovelyassage lovelyamage
passage across Atlantic weather if ifonly ItonI Ifniy
only onI niy of a a moderately bad sort is virtual virtually vlrtuaJJy ¬
ly y a gale le of wind ind for racing vessels ve elti of ofmodern ofmodern ofmodern
modern day construction Fancy run running nlft1inS running ¬
ning with a strong quartering wind 100 and andrllki andrnllipg I
rllki rlUog r see in a cutter with the main mainh mainiiom
h nfom om in the water ater at every roll and andIfrhaps andpHbaps andpErbaps I
Ifrhaps fifteen feet f t of the after lurch lurchtrailing lurchtraiUns lurchtrailing
trailing in the water force of the wind windnly windnIy 00 i inly
nly six and the barometer still falling fallingWhat faJlbaghat
What hat then And it may ma be during the theright thelght theIght
right lght
rightWe I
We Ye are just as good seamen as w wever we weI weEYfr weever
ever wtre and nothing nothtn can surpass the thei thecapabilities thetapabilities
capabilities i of crews cre that man our ourracing ourracing ourracing
racing yachts but our ships are rc very verydifferent verytLfffrent verydfferent
different from those too e of former days and andwe andwt andwe
we know perfectly well what took place placen
in n the days of the Henrietta the theDauntless theDauntlea theIaurztless
Dauntless and in other races across acrosswhen acrOllllwhen acrosswhen
when yachts were far better adapted to tobe tobe tobe
be sea boats than now
Excitement Lacking LackingAnd LackingAnd
And after all is there much excite excitement excitem exciteinent ¬
ment m nt and interest in looking lookingHook out and andscanning andrcannlng
scanning the dl distant horizon from SfuMly Sand SandHook I
Hook to see a speck on the water denot denoting denotmg denotang ¬
ing the flrst craft in sight when the next nextvessels nextveseIs eXt eXtg
vessels > g el might only follow two days dayslater dayslater dayslater
later laterI
I have no wish to throw cold water wateron
on n this contemplated race e I only wish wishto wt wishtii h htn
to balance the nature of things thi s but I Iwill 1wHl Iwill
will end in simply stating that the whole wholecbject wholetjert I Ilhject
cbject of the race is conceived in a asporting a afporUng aiport1ng
sporting sense and I do not think thinkyou thinkOl1
you Ol1 can associate sport with it itwhen itwhen Itwhen
when you Ou are running considerable risk riskto ri riskto k kto
to life In your attempts to produce ItThe it itThe ItThe
The Field summarizing the opinions of ofthose oCthosfl ofthose
those who think as does Rear Admiral AdmiralAlmtagu AdmirallI
lI Almtagu i mtagu has commented thus upon the theproposed thepro theroloeed I
proposed pro event eventIf eventIf eventIf
If It is suggested that the yachts yachtswhich yachtsvhIch
which blch may Jn8 take part in this Is race should shouldbe shouldbt shouldbe
be > our largest Jrgt > Mt racing cutters we can canonly canonly canonjy I I
only say that all exerienced yachtsmen yachtsmenwill yachts l f fwill
will entirely agree that the yachts achts are arenot arenot arenot
not fit for the work and that It would wouldbe I
be unfair to ask seamen 8fla n to run the risks riskssuch riskssuch riskssuch
such a a race would incur incurThree incurEXPRESS IncurEXPRESS
EXPRESS MONOPOLY MONOPOLYNOTHREATENED I INOW
NOW NOTHREATENED NOTHREATENEDThree THREATENED THREATENEDThree
Three Companies Bidding Biddingfor
for Contract on Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Railroad
LOS ANGELES April 4 4IonoJQly Mono ly of ofthe Oftht ofthe
the express business bu lneti of the Southwest Southwestexisting SouthweettxlItlngfOr SouthwestexisttngIor
existing txlItlngfOr Sor years in spite of all the rf rfiorts c cforts cffots
forts to break it is I nowthreatened no now threateued for forthree forthree forthree
three of the great express companies companiesare
are bidding against each other for the theexpress theopresa theexpress
express privilege on the Salt Lake rail railroad ral1r0ad railread ¬
road roadThe r0adThe readThe
The WellsFargo Company Comp ny now has hasthe hasth hashit
the th expiring prlvllegeand prlvll > 1eand on the South Southern Southrn ¬
ern em rn Pacific and Santa Fe lines it has hasLug hasID
Lug ID 1 Tg term contracts Both the Adam Adamand Adamnnd Adamnd
and nd the American companies are bidding biddingarainst biddingarainat biddingaralnst
arainst it for the Salt Lake contract contractas contractthat
as f that means the express business bu lneN for fornoct l lorroet < Jr JrT101t
noct of Utah and the entrance of a ar aW L LrW
r rW < w company into this field will have in indirect Indirect Indirect ¬
direct effect on the Wells Fargo monop monopoly monoplJy monoply ¬
oly lJy all through throu h the Southwest SouthwestACTORS SouthwestACTORS t tACTORS
ACTORS LEND AIDIN AID AIDIN AIDIN
IN ENTERTAIMENT ENTERTAIMENTOne fiNTERT AIMENT
I
One of the most successful yearly entertainments en entertainments entErtafnments ¬
tertainments yet pven ten by the The Theatrical Theatrical ThetrIcal ¬
atrical Mechanical Association Wash Washington Washngton ¬
ington Lodge No 7 members say T to today today ¬ i iday
day was the affair last nbfht n tt at the theniumbki theI theoluinbia
< niumbki Theater An audience that thatied that1e4 I IIPd
ied that playhouse e applauded the va various various ¬ 1
rious OUS nurrhprs 1urrtw to the echo echoThe echoThe
The rrvjriam r am i wa mini mftdfll ur up > n nf f sum numrs Jlumrs sumrs I
rs < itrinuUKl by actors ato from every everytheater everyteatr n ntrat6
theater n tiwr tIW and and several amateur amateurP amateurrrlorn amateurprfora
P rrlorn rfore r ftjr f higrh h hg lOh favor fay George Georgeg GE Gec e eLeo eE I
g Leo l v manage mtr3 rtn3gei < 1 the stai ta p The TheColumbia Tbeolumbin T Ttolumbkt
Columbia Theater ratfr orchestra Ufl1e n lurmslied furniedthe lurmsliedthe 14rm ted ted1be
the ramie c cf I
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INTEREST GROWING GROWINGIN
IN BIG MARATHON MARATHONMinor
Minor Clubs of Washington WashingtonVill WashingtoVill
Vill Have Entries EntriesIn
In Run RunPEPPERS RunPEPPERS RunPEPPERS
PEPPERS IS LATEST LATESTTO LATESTTO LATESTTO
TO STARTTO START TO WORK WORKPedestrian WORKPedestrian WORKPedestrian
Pedestrian Who 1110 Holds Intercity IntercityRecord IntercityRecord IntercityRecord
Record Will Compete Competefor
for PrizesSOME Prizes PrizesSOME
SOME OF THE FACTS FACTSON FACTSON
ON MARATHON RUN
Date DateUa Mny 7 1010 1010Entries IDIOEntrl IfilOEntries
Entries Entrl 8 clone c1oeUa c1oeUaStartLaurel closeUnyStnrtLaurel Mny MnyStnrt
StartLaurel Stnrt Laurel Did DidFlnlnb JldFJohabXeII NdFinishNews
Flnlnb FJohabXeII TVevrft Dulldln Building Baltimore BaltimoreIlcsrftrntlon Bn1thnoreUeJrltrntionAII BaltimoreRcgltrn1IonAIl
Ilcsrftrntlon UeJrltrntionAII AH starters tnrter must be beholders beholdeIM helioldelS
holders of cnrdi cnrdof cards cardll i of the Amateur AmateurAthletic Amntcurthletle AmateurttliIetlc
Athletic Union UnionSnnctlonThe UnionSflflCtIflThc j jSanction
Sanction SnnctlonThe The race will l he > c under underthe underthe underthe
the sanction K uction of the South Atlan Atlantic Atlantic ttinntic ¬
tic Association of the Amateur AmateurAthletic AIlIteurAtbletlc Amateurtlzletic
Athletic Union UnionAttendants UnionAttendnuhlEery UnionAttendantsEvery
Attendants AttendnuhlEery Every competitor must musthe mUKtbe mustbe
be accompanied by b an attendant attendantoil
oil a bicycle bicycleEach IJlccleEach bicycleEach
Each days developments strengthen strengthenthe tr heft heftthe
the conviction that the Time TlmpNewa Xews In Intercity Intercity Intercity ¬
tercity Marathon race on May tay ay 7 will be bein beIn beIn
in every respect re leCt the most t successfulamateur successful successfulamateur aucc atul atulnmateul
amateur athtotic event ever held In tothese Inthc inthese
thc these e parts partsLast pertsLut partsLast
Last jsars ears event exceeded e eeeded all ex expectations expectatiors cxpectations ¬
pectations both as to the quality of ofsport ofsport ofsport
sport and the widespread w attention it itattracted Itattractd itattracted
attracted but judging j from the steadi steadiness Melldlnea steadifleas ¬
ness with Ith which bleh entries are coming in inand Inan Inand
and an the general narAl request for information informationthe
the high record set last year in the thematter tbenmtler thematter
matter of entries will probably go 0 by bythe bythe bythe
the board when hen entries are officially offtclallyclosed of officiallyclosed ilcisilyclosed
closed one week eek before the start of the theSmaller therun therun
run
Smaller Class Active
Since the announcement of the date dateinterest dateInterMt dateInterest
interest in Washington has been limited limitedprincipally l limitedprincipally atted attedpdndpaUy
principally to the larger er athletic organ organisations oraatlonttparticularly orsnisationspaztlculriy ¬
isations tlonttparticularly particularly the Y M C A Aand AaJld Aand
and National Guard but today come eomerequests comereqU8ts comerequests
requests for OC entry blanks from thc thcsmaller th thmaJler thsinalior
smaller associations that in the past pasthave paatlun peathass
have lun limited Iimtt their activity to 0 the short shorter ¬
er distances dl DCea
The latent to come into
Guy uy S Peppers the pedestrian ped trian who obo es established eet entablished ¬
tablished t bUshed the wonderful walk record recordfrom recordrm recordfrom
from The 1 he Baltimore News office to t the theWashington theWashllUttln theWashington
Washington Munsey UDH Building In eight eighthours eltdathoun eighthours
hours nat who has taken tak up the new newline DeWline newline
line of endeavor endeavorIn
In Good Shape Shapej SkapeJudJ ShapeJudging
j Judging JudJ from his enthusiasm in speak speaking 1Ie 1IeInf speaklag ¬
lag of the evect he will be b among the thetasters tIM1fJMera thelanders
tasters at the end of the long Jog Pee Peeper Ps Pspers >
per is a ° sturdy bronzed athlete ada and andrhoukl andrhotill I
rhoukl develop de op into a dangerous daa OWI com coinpetttor competitor ¬
petitor for the top to prizes since his n ax experience axperlenee ¬ i iperlfrKe
perience over long routes In walking
should benefit him greatly when it iti Itrnes Itcomes
i comes rnes to running runnl He went into 111 to train tralni tralaIng traintog
i ing yesterday re terday and will continue until untilI unt untthe
I I the eve of the big bt race raceI raceiIikc
I I Mike Fallen comparatively a new newi newcomer newcorner
i comer to the distance game me flrst ma4eihls madehis made madej
j ihls his appearance a In the Baltimore Cross CrossCountry CrouCountry CrossCountry
Country Clubs Club asphalt Marathonheld xanthonhelli Marathon MrMhonheist
held on New Year Pay and Ad surprised surprisedI wrprt ed edI
the talent with th a zreat run obtaining < < a aplace apl apIe
place pl e in the big field of starters rte Falloti Fall
though a youngster has the u making of ofa ofa ofa
a good athlete athl te He is well built and andhas andhas andhas
has wonderful wo tdertuI powers of endurance towhich to towhich tohlclt
which hlclt added a little experience etC tmce will willmake willmake willmake
make him a dangerous contestant ta taanv many inany
any rac racCUPID ra raCUPID rare rareCUPID
CUPID IS THWARTED THWARTEDBY
BY OHIO SHERIFF SHERIFFGirl
Girl Poutingly Submits to Edict EdictWhen EdictThen EdictWhen
When Then Burglar Sweetheart Be Begins Begins ¬
gins Jail Term TermTOLEDO TermTOLEDO TermTOLEDO
TOLEDO 0 April 4Sberitf Sheriff Newton Newtonwon Newtonwon
won in a bout with Cupid today todaybe when wbonhe whenhe
he prevented the marriage mtTia e of Amy AmyWebster AmyWebster
I
Webster twentythree years old a apretty apretty i ipretty
pretty Columbia girl hi to Earl Thomp Thompson ThompI ¬
son twentyfour a prisoner at thecounty the thecounty thecounty
county jail under sentence Hn of three threeyears thlejyt threeyears
years yt > anJ for burglary burglaryWith burslaryVUh burglaryWIth
With Thompsons mother the girl girlcalled girlcalled rl rlcJlEd
called at the Probate Oourt and secured secureda
a license to wed the young man who whowill wh whowil
will be taken to 0 the Ohio penitentiary penitentiarySaturday penitentiarySaturday nllentlrySaturday
Saturday TheSheriff Informed Judge JudgeODcmrell JudgeOD JudgeODenrell
ODcmrell OD < wnreli of the circumstances and he herevoked herevoked herevoked
revoked the license licenseThe Jlet licenseThe > n e eThe
The girl was much put out about it itnd itnd ittud
tud nd declared if she were willing to towait towait towait
wait three years she could not see why whythey whythey whythey
they would Ould not allow her to marry marryThompson marryTJ1 marryThompson
Thompson TJ1 mp on
A SOLUTION SOLUTIONVlil
wIll 11I yotc OtI be my wife wifeI wifeT wifeTI
I will be a sister to you youI
I never give Christmas presents to toray tomy tomy
my sisters sistersThen SIhtt sistersThen ers ersThen
Then we 8 will 111 be engaged engagedHouston engagedHoustonPost edHoullton edHoulltonPNt Houston HoustonPost
Post
SIMILAR SIMILARA
A bald man is like a king with no nochildren nochildren nochIldren
children of his own ownIn ownIn ownIn
In what way wayHe wayHe wayHe
He has no hair apparent ltpparentBalti ltpparentBaltimOre Balti Baltimore ¬
more American AmfrfcanIMPORTANT tjnerJcanIMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
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Without alco alcohol alcohol ¬
hol or poisonous poisonousdrugs poisonousd poisonousdrugs
drugs d rug s Father FatherJohns FatherJohns FatherJohns
Johns Medicine Medicinecures Medkinocures edlctno
cures throat and andlungs andIungs andlungs
lungs builds up upthe upt upthe
the t he body and andmakes andmakes
makes strength strengthIt I
It drives the theimpurities theimpurities
impurities out ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the system and andstrengthens andstrengthens andstrengthens
strengthens each eachorgan eachorgan eachorgan
organ of the body bodyenabling bod bodfnabling bodyenabiing
enabling each to todo todo toilo
do its work prop properly propprJ properly ¬
erly prJ
erlyFather
Father Johns JohnsMedicine JohnsMedicine TohnsIed1cine
Medicine is the theb thehfst thebest
b best st remedy ever
prescribed for forbuilding f o r rbuilding
building up the system sy 8D1 Not a patentmedicine patent patentmedicine
medicine medicineI I
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I SCENES SCENESALONG ALONG COURSE OF TIMESNEWS TIMESNEWS MARATHON
INSPECTORS INSPECT Sl MEASURING S WIDTH IDTH 0 F CERTAIN = AI SECTIONS S OF = ROAD Only OnlySharp Y Sharp Angle g eon on the theCourse Course cou
n
OFFICER CARRIES CARRIESSEVEN CARRIESSEVEN
SEVEN FROM FIRE FIRENewark FIRENewark
Newark Policeman Hero of ofTenement ofTenement ofTenement
Tenement Blaze Which WhichImperils WhichImperils WhichImperils
Imperils ScoresNEWARK Scores ScoresNEWABK ScoresNEWARK
NEWARK X J April 4 41 I a ahlch a Are Arewhich re rewhich
which hlch early today to a1 imperiled the lives livesof 1tftAof livesof
of a score oC o persons pIIIOM and damaged ed the thethreestory tIaethreestolY thethreestory
threestory tenement ten t at Iff Waverljr Waverljravenue Waverlyavenne averl averlvenue I
avenue Policeman PoUee aaA Sampson of the theFourth Uteoourtb theFourth
Fourth precinct proved hbc h hhreif elf lr a hero heroSamjMon hetoSaJlP8Oft heroSampson
Sampson while wt le patroUns the street streetdiscovered streetdlacoYered streetdiscovered
discovered the blase He immediately immediatelyrushed ClUMdtateirrusbed nmedlatelyrushed
rushed upstairs up tal awakening < < everybody everybodyA ev rybody rybodyA
A panic ensued and Sampson unaided unaidedSampson unakJ unaidedSampson 1
Sampson while bUe patrolling < < the street streetThree itreet itreetThree kreetThree
Three others were rescued by b police policemen policemen policemen ¬
men who arrived on the scene later laterSampson laterSampeon laterSampson
Sampson was burned about the hand handsand handand haDcLtand
and face and Dol had to LI be removed to his hishome hIahome hishome
home The fire loss io is estimated ee mated at atJ56CO ateco atTho
J56CO eco and IKI the origin of the blaze is isthought 18thou Isthought
thought thou bt to be beRECIPE incendiary incendiaryRECIPE incendiaryRECIPE
RECIPE FOR REFORMERS REFORMERSMiss
Miss x Prue has a theory for reforming reformingthe
the world worldWhat worldhat worldWbat
What hat is ltr ltrThat It itThat 1 1That
That mothers GI e 11 ttt U to exchange fx = e chil children chndren cliiidren ¬
dren because the always have such suchstrict suchstrict uch uchtrlct
strict ideas how ter 1 er womens chil children chUdn cliiidren ¬
dren should be bit bf ht up St Louis LouisTimes Lou1aTbne LouisTimes
Times
LYNN LY N Mass w April wU 1Probably 4 Probably oneof one oneof OII OIIof
of the best exa7tpes xaP of New England Englandlongevity En Englandlongevity < < land landerlty
longevity erlty is that of o Xrs rs Ahnira Alley Alleywho AI Alleywho y ywho
who has recently rf ently celebrated her nine ninetieth JlmeUeth ninetieth ¬
tieth birthday at he home m LynnIr Lynn LynnMrs
Mrs Ir 18 Alley AI is a peon of more than thanordinary thaaordinary thanordinary
ordinary interest no only because of ofher 0 0her other
her unusua age q and 3006 ood health alter afterhaving alterhavlDll alterhaving I
having lived ninety y Jf < are bat also be because beNUS because ¬
cause of her memories m of 0 historic events eventsof even evenwhich eventsof
of which she was a spectator spectatorWhile SPOCttOiWhile petatorWhile
While Mrs Irs Alley has not been n away awayfrom awayfrom I
from from her h < < home for more than twenty twentyyears tWffttyyears twentyyears
years shehas she he baa kept herself well posted postedupon poetedupon postedupon
upon the happenings haJllent hap enings in the world and andis andIs ad adi
is i indeed a thoroughly intelligent Intell t wom woman woman wornAn ¬
an with a mind clear and a memory memoryas
as good as might be looked for m a aperson apenon aperson
person many years younger youngerI
I can well remember the memorable memorableday memorableday memorableday
day in my early girlhood when General GeneralLafayette GeMnL1Lafayette GeneralLafayette
Lafayette vteied the city of Lynn Lynnwhere Lynnwhere Lynnwhere
where I even then lived said Mrs MrsAlley XrsAUey MrsAlley
Alley Of C course I was a very small smallchild smallchild ma1 ma1child
child at the time but even now I can see seethe seethe seethe
the school children attired in their white whitefrocks whiterocn whitefreeke
frocks marching in line to do honor to tothe tothe tothe
the great real general I was too young youngthee youngthen youngthen
then to march with 1th them but I remem remember remember remernbei ¬
ber how I stood by the gate g te of my myhome myhOme myhome
home in East Lynn and longingly sighed sighedto bed bedto
to be in the th ranks ranksThe ranksuThe yanksThe
uThe The city ctt was in an uproar of excite excitement excitement excitemeat ¬
ment over the coming of Lafayette A Agreat Agr Agreat
great gr t host of people marched through throughthe throuhthe throughthe
the streets to do him honor honorThe h4morThe honorThe
The same m furor of excitement prevail prevailed ¬
ed later when President Prt > f = ldent Jackson paid paida
a visit to Lynn At that time I was wasold wasold
old enough to march in line with the theother theother theother
other children and in my best M > 8t clothes clothesI
I did so I remember that we went from fromschool fromchool fromcbooZ
school to the common where here the boys boyslined ooSlined boyslined
lined up on one side and the he girls on the
r MISS lss SEARS PLAYS PLAYSWITH PLAYSWITH
WITH MEN AT Aj POLO POLOIs
t
Is Said to Have Equaled EqualedAny EqualedAny EqualedAny
Any of Her Opponents Opponentsin
in Work WorkSAN WorkSAX VorkSAX
SAX FRANCISCO FJlA C1SCO C cat l April 4 411 4MlZeanor Miss MissXteanor
Xteanor 1 eaaor Sears the Boston society heIr helrthe heIrwhoee heirass
ass whoee who e teats aM pranks are making makingthe
the people of the Pacific coast sup suphas asp asphas
has still further increased her fame by byplaying 1typlaytn byPYit
playing playtn ta a staxltiv aiuUa game of polo with witha
a team of men against In t men opponents opponentsClad opponentsClad opponentsClad
Clad IB I mannish mAAl1 h costume she went out outon outon outon
on the polo field at El Cerrito yesterday yester yesterday yeterday ¬
day afternoon and made one of the theBurlmgjune theBurlinpJne theBurlingaine
Burlmgjune team in a game which was wascalled wascaJlo waseslled
called caJlo a practice gjune but was as fast fastas fastas fastas
as any the team baa ever playedSociety played playedSociety playedSoclet7
Society was w out in force to and those thosewho tho thowho thosewho
who saw her b say she be sat at her saddle saddleperfectly saddleecUy Ie IeperfecUy
perfectly ecUy made a goal oaJ in as clean cut cutstyle cutstyle
style as a veteran could and mixed it itup itup Itup
up in scrimmages as boldly as the thebravest thebraYe thebravest
bravest bravestWOULD bravestWOULD t tOULD
WOULD OULD SHOW GRATITUDE GRATITUDEHis
His flaDceAad nance And you know Tomjumped Tom Tomlumped TOInjumped
jumped in after me and rescued me mefrom mefrom mefrom
from the t e waves at the risk of his a own ownlife ownlife ownlit
life lit e
lifeBella lifeBellaDo Bella BellaDo Do you know if I were tn tnyour n nyour nur
your ur place from sheer gratitude I Ii Iwould Iwould
i would not marry him himLlte Life
LYNN WOMAN RECALLSLAF RECALLSLAFAYETTE RECALLS RECALLSLAFAYETTE
LAFAYETTE LAF A YETTE AND l ND JACKSON JACKSONTells
Tells of Tribute Paid Famous General By WhiteFrocked WhiteFrockedChildren WhiteFrockedChildrenGirl IhiteFrockedChildrenGirl
Children ChildrenGirl Girl Friends In Line at Time of Presi Presidents Presfdents Presidents ¬
dents Visit All Dead Now
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other white the President in his W car earrlige carriage tA tArufle ¬
riage drawn by four black horses drove drovedown dxoredown owe owedown
down between our lines linesOf lineaOf linesOt
Of morse he lifted Jtft his hat and I Ixaw 1w Iaw
xaw w that lb his hair was very thin and as aswhite asI aswhite
white as snow so He had a a fine ftne1ook1ftlt strong stronglooking stronglocithug I
looking face very ery impressive Impre Ive to me meeven niteven
even as a little girl rl and his h manner mannerwas maa maawU mannetwag
was quite 1uac genial and democratic A Af Aflerward Atterwsrd t tt1U
lerward t1U he made a speech h and I later laterreoall 1aterr laterreall
reoall r all how 0 the betts rant all over thecity the thecity
city at the close of his talk talkEvery talkvery talkvery
Every very one of my girl irt t friends who whowan whowas
wan W > > with Itit m me in line is now IIO dead deadI d dJ
I do not think it is because of hered hereditv he heredliv
itv 11 that I have lived to t4 be ninety years yearsold yearsold rs rsnld
old It is rather because I have been beencareful beencaNfu1 beencareful
careful to take care of myself my elC since I Iwas IW1UI Iwag
was a girl sirlI trl trlr
I think every persnn cH cov1d ld reach h H Hhappy Hhapp ahappy
happy old age by b living temperately temperatelyattd t elY elYaud
and Avoiding too treat excitement exCtt llent and andstiiaulantff andtimUtfll andstimulants
stimulants of all kinds One of the great greatcaises greatravses I t tca1
caises ca1 es for sickness and poor health is islaofc Isla1It Islak
laofc of sleep Since I was as a very xer eo small smallgirl unal1Irl sniallgirl
girl Irl I have ha P seldom Idom failed fa to be in bed bedby bedby bet betbv
by 9 oclock at nlcht
I have seven vn children
believe they enjoy better health than thantheir thaalhflr thantheir
their mother motherWhen motherWhn motherWhen
When I was a girl I knew nearly nearlyevery nearlyevery Iy Iyevf
every evf > ry one who lived in Lynn Now Nowwith Nowith Nowwith
with ith the tremendous growth of the th ctty cttyT cK cKI
T know no very few fe There Th have been n great greatchanxes lIeatctanre greatchanges
changes ctanre in the last flfty years which whichwould whtckould widthwould
would ould seem marvelous were it not for forthe rttrthe forthe
the fact that I have lived to meet meetthem meetthem t tthm
them and watched them take place placeI
hI I belk believe I > ve e that too much wealth Is Isthe Isthe Isthe
the cause of much unbnx unINpin unbuppinein > piness today todayThe todarhe todayThe
The he pleasant cnttage and humbler home homeIs b IDe IDelit
Is no longer lon r satisfying MUsl 1 to people peo and andthe andthe andthe
the oldfashioned o flUlhloqed idea fd a that the woman womanshould WOIINIRshould womanshould
should do her own housework and aDd1ftflr look lookafter lookafter
after her own family affairs hes ha givenway given givenway Veft Vefta
way a to a a regrettable r tahle degree > to the use useof ueeof useor
of servants ind 00 the consequent equent idle idleness idleness idlefleas ¬
ness of many wives When I was a girl girlone drlone girlone
one servant was considered Ohtlid1f quite patti p pattilent sufCiciont < < i iknt
lent In a large h hnuiehol1 u ehoH Today soy soyoral several svral ¬
oral ral servants art sometimes 6 not notenouch notenouh notenough
enough
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BARBER ROSS 11th l AND G GN J JI
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MONTE CARLO PAYS PAYSHOLIDAY PAYSHOLIDAYEXPENSE
HOLIDAY HOLIDAYEXPENSE HOLIDAYEXPENSEManager EXPENSE
1 Manager anager of Adolph Theater TheaterLondon T1eaterLondon I ILondon
London Comes Back Backa Ba k ka
a Winner WinnerLONDON WinnerLOXDOX WinnerLONDON
LONDON April 4 4Very Very Verycome rp rpCOMe men mencome
come back from Monte lo te Carte as MA didJohn MAJohn Id IdJoha
John Malone x Mr XrIIcNte Malone is the man manager manager a aa ¬
ager a r of t tk thr e Adelphi Theater and he te tealso JsJIM Isalso
also JIM the victim cttua of a a bad osM Every Everywinter EvGl EvGltnter Everywinter
winter for four years Mr r Malone J JoRe ha hapassed has haspassed MapaMe
passed paMe four weeks at Monte onte Carlo and andcome andcome andcome
come back a a winner from the Casino Casinoand CUIaoand Canineand
and also with a cold This tune t ue he hesays heys hesays
says ys he was as so fortunate as not to t hare harespent bave8Peftt havespent
spent one penny that he took with him himfor 1dmfor himfor
for his holUday The Casino tatte paid paidfor paidfOl paidfor
for It He believes however that his hispersistent W Went lainpersistent
persistent ent luck there does not counter counterbalance eeaatecbalan counterbalance ¬
balance balan < < the persistent coN He says sayshe ayslie mynhe
he te never ver going 80IDgDo agate agateDo againDo
Do you believe him himA himA himA
A clergyman maa in Hoxton of the name of ofBryant ofBryant I ISryaat
Bryant preached a sermon and used for forhis forhis I Ihis
his text H B Irvingg l s performance performanceof 1 1o
of o Dr Jekyll and Mr lr Hyde Hy le In the thecourse tAtcoune thecourse
course of his h pennon he sail that it was wasplay wasbetter I Ibetter
better for a man to go o and see a good goodplay I Iplay
play like this tb than to go and listen 1I ten to a abad abtwl abad
bad sermon sermonThis 2erJnOftTbw sermonThis
This is certainly a sincere lJinc < < e compliment complimentto
to Mr Irving but Dr Bryant apparently apparentlyforgets appsreatlyforgets ppareatlyt01KEW
forgets that you can listen to a i iad ed d ser sermon Mrmon ncrmon ¬
mon for nothing while hiJe it costs Ms l Mto M IIIto litto
to listen to any kind of a play If Iftheaters Utheaters Iftheaters
theaters were free what bat would happen happento
to the churches churchesINFANT ehurebINFANT churchesINFANT
INFANT IN CELLAR CELLAROF CELLAROF CELLAROF
OF PARKHURST HOMEDayold HOME HOMEDayold H VIE VIEDayoki
Dayold Babe Vhich Startles StartlesHousehold StartlesHousehold StartlesHousehold
Household Is Turned Over Overto
to Police PoliceNEW Poi PoiceNEW ce ceSE
NEW SE Y yOJtK April 47aaaa 47aaaawitif Taaaa TaaaaWHlf
1 aa aaf
WHlf f these and sundry IT taer er 1MIiMs
the household ehokI of Dr Charles CIIarl H Parkbourst Park Parkhourst Parkbourse
bourse In Thirtyfifth street 3treetalOUed was wasaroueed wasaroused
aroused from tr its usual u uat Sunday ev evening eYgqglm eveningcalm at g gcalm
calm calmMargaret calmMargaret lm lmXrKVet
Margaret Coiling CoIU one of the JIIIIJMI JIIIIJMIheard maidsheard maids maidsheard
heard the noise and decided It came camefrom camefrom i iCOIft
from the cellar cellarMarguet ceUaraZ cellartargLr
Marguet targLr aZ Lret summoned up all her cour courage courla courage ¬
la age t and went down n into the cellar cellarDid cel1rI celiarDid
I Did she he see ee a burglar 1 and scream 1 No Noshe Nodiol to toshe
she dkl not There was no burglar bUr lar All AllMargaret A All AllMargaret f fMargret
Margaret saw sa was a baby carriage carriageShe carrtareShe carriageShe
She didnt wait to see what was wa In totn Inthe inthe
tn the carriage Sne went w t out and gotPatrolman got gotPatrolman gotPatrolman
Patrolman Carroll of the East Thirty Thirtytifth Thtrtytlfth Thirty11th
tifth street station stationThe 8ttIonTIK stationThe
The patrolman found a dayold male malechild maJechild malechild
child n the eocart He took it to the thestati thetatJ thestall
stall m ii ad wi later it was 8 taken to Belleyen Belle Believu
vu vuI yen U <
I I yenDr Dr parkhurst feeling teeltn somewhat tIOftI hat tD tDdIFJtO ladwpoed a ajdifposed
jdifposed dIFJtO had retired early coil and was wasnot wastold waslot
not told of the finding of the baby babyI
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TO BECOME BECOMEAERIALCOLUMBUS BEGOMEAERIAL
AERIAL AERIALCOLUMBUS AERIALCOLUMBUSDr COLUMBUS COLUMBUSDr
Dr GansFabrice Announces AnnouncesPlans AnnouncesPlans AnnouncesPlans
Plans for Flying Across AcrossAtlantic AcrossAtlantic AcrossAtlantic
Atlantic AtlanticEXPECTS AtlanticEXPECTS AtlanticEXPECTS
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EXPECTS TO CROSS CROSSIN CRQSSIN I
IN FIVE DAYS TIMEBerlin TIME TIMEBerlin TIMEBerlin
Berlin Aviator Declares His Semi SeniiDirigible SemiDirigible SemiDirigible
Dirigible Airship Will Carry CanyHimself CarryHimself CarryHimself
Himself and Three Others OihersBERLIN O OthersBERLIN Iters ItersBERLL
BERLIN April 4 iDr Dr GansFabrice GansFabricewho
who wishes to be known as tile Aerial AerialColumbus AerialColumbus AerialColumbus
Columbus and who bo to achieve such a adistinction adi8tincUon adistinction
distinction will attempt to cross ore the theAtlantic theAUDile theAtlantic
Atlantic creeD O PaD in an airship 11 has made
known the particulars of his plan planI I II
uI I shall be accompanied AeeOlDp aId he said by byHerr bYHerr I IHcrr
Herr Brucfcwr Bru tb the editor of a Frank Frankfurt Frankjfurt j jfurt
furt newspaper Jle1I 1 r by 9 physician and nd one oniongineor j jongtoeor i iengineer
engineer I intend to start aboit thpj thpjmiddle the themiddle I
middle of May from either Csxiz C < az Spain Spamor SpaIDor Spainor
or Teaeriffe Teneriflerbere renerieThere f fThere
There is always a wind a at this time timeof i iof
of 0 the year Mowing > from the European Kuropeanto
to the American continent COftt1n t and with a aforce aforce I
force of o about thirty miles an hour It Itwas Itwas itwas
was to this wind that Columbus owed owedhts owedhis I Ibb5
his discovery dl covery of America I desire to tobe tobe J Jbe
be an Aerial Aifl l Columbus CoIUII MM and starting startingapproximately startingapproximately
approximately from rem the same point to tobe tobe tobe I
be the first to reach America through throughthe tbroughUte
the air 1r My Iy course will lie across th the At1 At1tantic At AtIssUe AtIlatlc
IssUe latlc ocean to Porte Rico passing passingCuba peaRngCub pssstiigCube
Cuba Cub and then across the Gulf of Max Mextoo Maxleo lexI lexIJco
too to New X eW Orleans The distance dt tace would wouldbe wou woube I
be a liettle over 4 4til Mil OQ miles
Allows AM ws Five Days DaysI
I estimate e timte that I shall cover this din distance d dtaMe dintance ¬
tance in ftve Ih days My y airship now JM W al almost aJmo almeet ¬
most mo t complete is a combination co abinatJoa of an anordinary anordinary anordinary
ordinary balloon and INI a dirigible airship alrshipThe airshipThe
The length of the balloon is 175 l feet and andits aDdits andIts
its diameter which is cigar shaped is isfifty isfilt ishfty
fifty filt feet The motor mot is forty hOne borseOwtag hOneOwtl horsepOwer
pOwer pOwerOwhig Owtl OwtlOwinl
Owtag to the favorable winds which whichI
I exoect to encounter I intend to us usthe use useth usethe
the th motor only nly in can case of necessity be beeaj btud becs i I
eaj ud cs ised d it I is net possible ble to take nut suffl nutftiflt u ufttRt
fl fttRt m benzine 10 0 keep the motor goinfor goin golnttor goinifor
for flve days The cubic content of thehalloon the theballoon theba11000
balloon are sufficient sul eient to keep k the air airship atr1Ihi1J airship ¬
ship aloft ott for 1 ItS hours Perhaps the themost theJDO themost
most JDO t interesting feature of the airship airshipis
is i a cage ca < < e forty feet long 1oa and ten fr frwidku fHtwtk feetwide
wide which in case of necessity a < < aalty can be besau bfaiW beesiled
aiW sau > d on tins th ocean as a motor boat or oras orall oras
as a sailing 1IInI boat should my y benzine benzinefail lMIgfnefaU benatnefail
fail me meSo meSo meso
So far Ar as human foresight t t caa fore foremy forewe foreace
we my 7 enterprise must succeed ix reed eed A Aber AJlUM1 Anumber
JlUM1 number ber er of c ship I will be oa oatbt th lookout lookoutfor lookoutfOe lookoutfin
for us i between European coasts and the theest thest thee5t
est ladles
IndiesTribute
Tribute t te Henry HenryNEW HearyEW HoaryNEW
NEW EW YORK April 3SpeaJn GpeaJn g of the thepossibility thebilky thepossibility
possibility bilky of use of airships in Arctic Arcticexploration ArCticexplcNatloa Arcticexploration
exploration Sir Ernest Sbackleton the theEnglish tbeEDIIIbrh theEnglish
English Antarctic explorer said that thatPrince thatPrtnce thatPrince
Prince Henry of Prussia Prua ta had ad talked talkedwith ta1k ta1kwith talkedwith
with him on the use of balloons for forpolar forOIar forpolar
polar OIar explorations fx tlona and appeared to be bethe betOe betoe
tOe beet informed man on the subject subjectwhom mibjectwhom ject jectwhom
whom he bad talked with withPriace withPrmce withPrince
Prince ts t Seek Pile PsieBERLIN PeieEERLIN PileEERLIN
EERLIN April 3 LIt It has been an announced anamesced Jl JlnottDCe4 ¬
nounced that Prince PrI ee Henry of ofd Prussia Prussiad PrmaI1WOth6Z
d brother of Kaiser KiS Wflbelm will be bemellllber a amember amemier
member of the advance party which whichleaves which1e8v whichleaven
leaves 1e8v Bremenhaven in July JuI to estab establish establinK ¬
linK 1i h a base at Spitsbergen for or Count CountZ CountZpelinn unt untZpellns
Z Zpellns < pelhVs proposed Sight to the North NorthPole Xorthpw NorthPole
Pole in Vte 1ft The party win m build a bal balloon halloon ¬
loon house and make similar sln 1al prepara preparations preparatloDs preparetloims ¬
tions for the final outfitting ouUit of the U Upedltloa cxttIosi x xpedttioa
pedttioa ttIosi next ext year
PASTOR DECLINES DECLINESCALL DECLINESCALL
CALL TO ALTOONAj ALTOONAjThe AL ALTOONA ALTOONAThe TOONA t tThe
The Rev John Compton Ball pastor pastorof
of the Metropolitan Baptist Church Churchhas CbUlThba1 Churchbas I
has declined the offer to become pastor pastorof MUttor
of the First Baptist Church of Altoona AHoonaPa AltoonaPa I
Pa PaIn
In announcing his ht intention Inte doft to stay stayin sta stain stayIn
in Washington the Rev Mr 1 Ball said saidhe aidhe saidhe
he believes his opportunity for service servicehere servicebore Ice Icehere
here to be greater reater than in Altoona AltoonmHe AltoonaHe AItOOftHe
He said I td it would have been hard to tosever toHVer tosever
sever relationship with tth the people of ofthe ortIM ofthe
the Metropolitan which bleb church e ure he has hasworked 1auworked hasworked
worked hard to build up
MOTHS DEADLY FOE FOESET FOESET FOESETFREEINBOSTOi
SET SETFREEINBOSTOi SETFREEINBOSTOiBOTON FREE IN BOSTON BOSTONBOSTON BOSTONBOSTON
BOSTON AJJ AJJmen April 4ooe inOHes IINd IINdmens ngsedmean
men of th the Japanese 1 Idl1 Idl1lentln adaedi ncimslus once oncelesting nre nrelenting
lenting lentln < < fo roe of the gypsy J S moth and a tile Chebrown tilebrown Usebrown
brown tail tal month which JaIcIa not ostdevours t tdevours only onlydevours
devours th thJ j eggs eC the zasthc zasthcbut mu uisthbut
but 1 ut eats em aJhr alive wars we raiaeMd IB IBMO III1fIO inIf
If MO different sections of ITsMsm eactr eactrthis eactrtht8 serbthin
this morning moroiagToday JBOIDiAgTod morningToday
Today Tod y the war in I which countless cS iirrtlssg dMJ dMJI Mtt Mtta l llions
I lions will perish wit set seta a gaol start starta
a a war to which nc even tb the unhaurhsd unhaurhsdwill haIsIodwill tdiM tdiMwt11
will b spared aari in t which the cnausl C esaunitieg cnauslBigntficance tIIIeI tIIIeItiM
tiM Cf t prYio prevlos war w will l fade mte i to ta insignificance
significance BigntficanceThr slbDlt cance
The Th experts who have planted p the theparasites theparasites
parasites p rasttH > predict that there can be bebut bebut bebut
but one on end to th the fray and that the theextermination theextermination theextermination
extermination fit f th I he > s Zyp gypsy > Py y moths mothsMoayoas mothsCONSTIPATION mothsCONSTIPATION
CONSTIPATIONMUNYONS CONSTIPATION CONSTIPATIONMUNYONS
MUNYONS MUNYONSPAWPAWPILLS
PAW PAWPAWPILLS PAWPAWPILLSMunyons PAW PILLS PILLSi
i Moayoas Yun s Paw PawPaw PawI
I I Paw PiUs are ua ualike 1mI uslike
like aH other kin laxatives Juati1e6 kintives ¬
I tives or cathartics cat art CI
They coax t e ver verwzr
wzr into activity by byceatle bygiatle
ceatle Ie methods setnodsThey metho4lsThey methodstbey
They do not ot scour scourthey S scourthey < K Kthey
they do not nottheY gripe gripethey gripethey
they do not weaken weak weaken ¬
SpH e eabulthevdo eabulthevdoa en but tber do dostart dostart
start startalithesecre startalithesecrep aH tie secre secretions recretioDs ¬
p a tions of the the3ivee the3iveea liver liverand meraDd
and Etoeaack m ia a away away away
a
way that soon soonthese JM JMthese jeats jeatstheseorgasema
these theseorgasema theseorgasemabesltby orgaas < < PM in a ahealthy aJ1eaIihy
healthy J1eaIihyaDd ceadttioB ceadttioBand osallitonand
and corrects ceasti ceastipation ceo ceipation ti tipation
pation In my opinion cwBBtipation cwBBtipationta eo eoIS
ta B responsible for most ailments There Therearc Therearc re reare
arc t twhich thirtytwo feet of o human Dow Dowwhich bowewhich
which is really a eWer pipe pipe When this thiswhole tJ thispipe s spipe
pipe becomes c clogged ecl the whole system systempoisoned y atem atembecomes em emcu
becomes poisoned causiBg cu canong iDg hitioasaess ia iadigestica iaicn m mdigestica
digestica icn and impure blood bI od which often oftenseats o oftentmroduees ien ienr
tmroduees r duees rbeumastism and kidney ail allmeats ailme
seats me ta No woman who suffers Den with wit co costipation con CQlatipa constipation
fiver can canpect ex expect ¬ P Ppectt
stipation tipa Oll or any aD complaint
pect pectt to have ii a dear complexion com or enjoy enjsyMtmyoas enjeyhea1t enjoyMunyons
hea1t
Mtmyoas 11830115 PawPaw Fife PI are a tome tometo tQD tonicto e eto
to the stomach tcM at1I liver and nerves The Theiavieorate They TAeyiD Theyinyiorats
iavieorate iD te instead i lte8d of weakening weake iag they theyenrich theYurich theyenrich
enrich the blood instead of JapovenBfc JapovenBfcit erisIi erisIii i ilog
i log it they enable the theA theput stomach A to get getan t
all the nourishment front food t that at is isput
put into it itThese itI1aese itThese
These Pills iIIs contain no nocaloumel calomel no dope dopethey 4 dopethey pe peUtey
they are soothing healing and aLmalating aLma stiabktiac sti Mt MtlatiBc
ktiac They school the bowels to act aciwithout actwithOat actntbott
without phj physic c Price 25 cents
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Are without question que 1oz the Best Se Sefrigerators Xefrlgentors Eefrigerators
frigerators made 2sadeAnd madaAnd madeAnd
And decidedly de < iddy the th + cheapest when whenthe wheath whenthe
the th cost of ice and food are con considered CODsidered conaldered ¬
sidered You will 111 consult your yourown yourown yourown
own interest by calling Unt and inspect inspecting inspecttag ¬
tag 1 our large stock before per purchasing JNrchasing perchaning ¬
chasing chasingSeveral chasingST chaningSeveral
Several ST > ntl sk Sk8pWrR iv ni sample Be Beiriserators Reiri HefrIerators
iriserators iri tratDrs at exceptional excep eal Jew lewprices Jewlrices lawPrices
prices lricesEIIJ
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of the most satis satisfactory satisfactorf sailsfactorj ¬
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The Washington Times Gained 17980 17980agate 17 17980agate 98 98agate
agate lines actual count of ofClassified ofClassified ofClassified
Classified Advertising AdvertisingDuring AdvertisingDuring j jDuring
During the month of March 1910 over March 1909 1909Because 19J9Because 1909Because
Because The Times Leads in Circulation CirculationDuring CirculationDuring CirculationDuring
During March the average daily circulation of the Tunes Ti nes was as
48197 as against 41288 of its nearest nea neaist est competitor competitorBecause competitorBecause competitorBecause
Because The circulation of The Times is of the redblooded kind kindwhich kindwhich
which readily responds to live propositions Readers of ofThe ofThe ofThe
1 The Times not only answer ads but are progressive to the theextent theextent theextent
extent of advertising as well Tell As a progressive newsmedium news newsmedium nefSmedium
medium it naturally attracts the progressive public publicBecause publicBecause III
Because The Times carries with ith it the faith of its readers and an anadvertiser anadvertiser anadvertiser
advertiser in The Times gains the respect and confidence confidenceof J Jof
of the public and acquires that prestige so necessary to a asuccessful asuccessful asuccessful
successful business businessBecause businessBecause businessBecause
Because The rates for classified advertising in The Tunes Tim s are very verylow verylow verylow
low The average ad costs costsless less than 25cBe 25c 25cBecause 250Be
Because Be use Of the invariable courtesy shown advertisers Lregardless Lregardlessof Irrega clless cllessof
of size sizeall all ads > receive rece ye the same care and attention attentionBecause attentionBecause i iBec
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prompt returns which means continued and mcrea increaSin increaSinpa increa increapaironage ing ingpatronage
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