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4 THE WA WASHINGTON JtINGTON TIMES WEDNESDAY APRIL 6 1910
SEVEN SUSPECTED SUSPECrEDI
Of 01 BANK ROBBERY ROBBERYDespite
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Despite Arrests Trests Pittsburg Pittsburgw PittsburgPolice PittsburgPolice
w Police Still Seek Quar QuarifA QuariJ Quartet
ifA iJ tet of Bandits BanditsCASTING BanditsCASTING BanditsCASTING
CASTING DRAGNET DRAGNETABOUT DRAGNETABOUT DRAGNETABOUT
ABOUT THE CITY CITYAll CITYAll CITYAll
All Persons Unable to Explain ExplainTheir ExplainTheir ExplainTheir
Their Business Will WiI Be Taken TakenInto TakenInto TakenInto
Into Custody CustodyPITTSBURG CustodyPITTSBURG CustodyPrTTSBURG
PITTSBURG Pa April 6 With lth seven sevensuspects sevensuspects sevensuspects
suspects under arrest the police are not notyet notet notyst
yet et satisfied they haw the men who wholast wholast wholast
last night held up the Victor Banking BankingCompanys BankingCompanys BankingCompanys
Companys office at JVIoKees Rocks in incustody IncurtOdY incustody
custody custodyPrivate curtOdYPrlva custodyPrivate
Private Prlva detectives deputy sheriffs and andFtttsburs andPtttsbunt andFtttsburg
Ftttsburs officers are searching all of oftto ottba oftba
tba surrounding country with Orders Ordersto rders rdersto
to arrest all who cannot fully full account accountfor accounttorthemselves accountfor
for torthemselves themselves The task of apprehend apprehending QPPrehending apprehending ¬
ing the bandits however is admittedly admittedlya
a hard one as none of those alive who whowitnessed whowitnessed whowitnessed
witnessed the holdup obtained a good goodenough goodenough goodenough
enough look at the quartet of highway highwaymen hlghwamen highwaymen ¬
men to positively Identify them If they theyare theyare
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are arrested arrestedVictims arrestedVictims arrestedVictims
Victims Doing WelL WelLBoth WellBoth I
Both of the two wounded Robert RobertKing RobertXIng RobertIons
King shot In the groin and Thomas I
weary N ary shot In the breast are doing doingwell dotngwell doingwell
well today and will recover The Thethieves Thethieves Thethieves
thieves obtained it was ascertained to today today today ¬
day only 400 Last night it was be believed believed beifeved ¬
lieved they got away with 5000 but butwhen butwhen butwhen
when the cash of the bank was counted countedtoday countedtoday countedtoday
today most of the money was found In Intact Intaot intact ¬
tact tactGeneral tactGeneral
General neral Manager Samuel Friedman Friedmanand Friedmanand Friedmanand
and Cashier Ignatz Swartz died martyrs martyrsto
to duty uty Realizing that the four men menwho menwho menwho
who entered e tered the bank ban came to loot it itand Itand itand
and apparently not believing they would wouldshoot wouldshoot wouldshoot
shoot Swartz started to draw the themoney themoney themoney
money In front of him Into the cash cashdrawer cashdrawer cashdrawer
drawer which hich locks automatically automaticallyAs automatlcallAs
As he did so the foremost robber fired firedthe firedthe firedthe
the bullet crashing through Swartzs Swartzsbrain Sanzsbrain Swartzebrain
brain Friedman grabbed his own re revolver reTolver revolver ¬
volver as the men reached ached through the thewire thewIre thewire
wire partition and seized the cash on onthe onthe onthe
the counter The lamplight flashed on onthe onthe onthe
the polished barrel of the revolver and andthe andthe andthe
the thIeves turned to flee fleeManager fleeManager fleeManager
Manager BilledFriedman Killed KilledFriedman KilledFrIedman
Friedman followed them Into the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street and as he stood in the doorway doorwaysilhouetted doo1WR doo1WRsUhouetted doorwaysilhouetted
silhouetted in the light the leader of ofthe otthe ofthe
the thieves fired and the bank manager managerfell managerfell I Itell
fell dead deadThe deadThe deadThe
The sound of the shots attracted the theattention theattention theattention
attention of a crowd of men In front of ofGreens otGreens ofGreens
Greens Hotel a block awayv away They Theywere The Thevere Theywere
were fired on by the thieves and King Kingand KIngand Kingand
and Neary fell wounded woundedThe woundedThe woundedThe
The crowd made no further attempt to totcp totcp tostep
step tcp the rubbers r berg who mounted sinkt sinktand and horses horsesthey horsestle ores oresthey
they tle had left near the he bank and rode rodeawayto rodeaway
awayto away toward ward the open country countryDynamite countrYDyn countryDynamite
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Dynamite Dyn ite Found FoundTwo FoundTwo FoundTo
Two dynamite bombs each weighing weighingbetween weighingbetween
between etween eight and ten pounds were werefound werefound I I Iound
found in a shed near the bank early to today today to today ¬
day by two boys The police believe the thetombs thebomb th thbombswere e
tombs bombswere were placed there by the banditsto bandits banditsto i ito
to beused be used In case they foiled to gain gainan gaInan gainan
an entrance ei rance to the bank In any other otherway otherWaY otherway
wayThe WaYThe way wayThe
The explosives Ioslves were equipped with fast fastfuses fastfUses fastfuses
fuses Most of the banks customers are areforeigners areore1gn areforeigners
foreigners foreigners ore1gn rs employed by the Pressed Steel SteelCar SteelCar Steelcar
Car Company Fearing that their sav savings savings savings ¬
ings had been taken a large crowd of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men and WOmen gathered in front of the thebank thebank thebank
bank crying and wringing their hands handsDetective handsDetectlvj9 handsDetective
Detective Mltth lItth said that no olue had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been obtained regarding the identity ofany of ofany otany
any of the yeggmen yeggmenChief yegsmenChle yegsrnenChief
Chief Mltth today received a repo report reportthat reportthat reportthat
that a hors and buggy were last nightatolcn night nightstolen nightetoJen
stolen front a a farm west of here and It Itfa ItIs itfe
fa believed the robbers may have taken takenthis takenthis takenthis
this means of escape and are now enmute en enroute enOUte
route to Steubenville Ohio OhioCARNEGIES OhioCARNEGIES OhioCARNEGIE
CARNEGIES S ILLNESS ILLNESSDENIED ILLM3SS ILLM3SSDHNIED ILL SS SSDENIED
DENIED BY FAMILY FAMILYKeport FAMILYReport FAMILYReport
Report of Steel Kings ConditionFormally Condition ConditionFormally ConditionFonnal1y
Formally Refuted at Fifth FifthAvenne FifthA FifthAvennhiansion
Avenne A Avennhiansion AvennhiansionIvEN venn Mansion MansionNEW ltlansion2IoEW
NEW YORK April a 8B Because fH a a report re report reort ¬
port ort was circulated that Andrew Car Carnegie Carnegie Carnegie ¬
negie returned home from his Western Westerntrip WesterntrJp Weste Westetrip rn
trip to na a serious condition physically physicallythe
the following statement was given outat out outat outat
at his Fifth Avenue mansion mansionMf mansiOlMt
Mt Carnegie Carn g1e Is not ill ilL He was sim simply simply aimply ¬
ply tired out by his trip from PIUs Pittsburg PIUsburg Plttsburg
burg and the round of dinners recep receptions receptions recaplions ¬
I
tions and other social events given In Inhis Inhis inhis
his honor After last nights sleep he hefeels hefe hefeels
feels fe 1s fine and Is Inhls usual good health healthThere healthThoro healthThere
There has been no physician called inas In Inas inas
as such services were not required requiredTO requiredTO requlredTO
I
TO LECTURE ON COMET COMETProf COMETProf
Prof L A Richards will deliver deliverlecture a alecture aeture
lecture on Halleys comet at the Y W WC WC WC
C A Twelfth and F streets tonight tonightat i
at 8 oclock o clock No admission is charged chargedand chargedand chargeand I
and a cordial invitation is extended extendedthe to tothe tothe I
the public
This Free Remedy RemedyHelps Re ady adye
Helps e ps Sickly icl 9y Babies s
Babies and children suffer mostly mostlyfrom mosUyfrom mostlyfrom
from the stomach There Is something somethingwrong somethingwrong somethingwrong
wrong with the milk or with the eggs eggsor eggsor eggsor
or with ith the minor articles of food foe foeIt foeit forit
It doesnt take much to disturb a childs childsstomach childsstomach childsstomach
stomach One thing thing the mother can canalways chnalways hn hnal3Ys
always be sure of and that Is that noharm no noharm nomrm
harm can come from rromglving giving a smalldose small smalldose smalldOS
dose dOS of a mild laxative for It Is sure sureto we weto sureto
to bo b better off for it You know kno your yourown yourown rourown
own feeling of lightness and ease when whenthat whenthat whenthat
that function has b been b n performed so sohow sohow sohow
how much more important important Is it to the thcchild thechild thechild
child childWatch childWatch T TWatch
Watch carefully caretu y that your our child does doesnot does1ot doesnot i
not 1ot become constipated for If it does doesnot doesnot doesnot I
not have at least one or two move movements movements movemeats ¬
I
ments of tl the bo bares yels each day It Is constipated con constipated conrtlpate ¬
stipated From constipation comesheadache comes comesheadache comesheadache
headache a t1 feeling t of oppression opnresslonbad opnresslonbadbreath bad badbreath badbreath
breath nausea sour stomach etc In Inthese Inthese Inthese
these troubles you On can obtain nothing nothingtetter nothingetter nothingbetter
better etter than th Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Pep PepBin Pepin
Bin in Gtve It In tho small doses prexrtbed pre preiscrlbea jr jrCr1bed
iscrlbea to for oJWren c 1dren and watch the theplckly the51ck1y the6tcltly
plckly child become healthy heoJth and wellgun well well3ull wellof
gun oC appetite and energy
Matters to ens All flsKC ilila cojmtey CO have
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I AT DEATHS DOOR I
JESSE OVERSTREETBALTIMORE OVERSTREET OVERSTREETHouse OVERSTREETBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE ASKING ASKINGfOR ASKINGFOR
fOR NEW NE BUILDING BUILDINGHouse
House Committee to Be BeUrged BeUrged B BUrged e
Urged to Erect Immi Immigrant Immigrant Immigrant ¬
grant Station StationRepresentatives StationRepresentat1ves StationRepresentatives
Representatives Kronmlller Gill and andCovlngton andCovln1on an L LCovington
Covlngton of Maryland will 111 appear appearfore be before betore ¬
fore the House Committee on Public PublicBuildings PublicBuildings I
Buildings and an Grounds tomorrow tomorrowstrongly and andstrongly I
strongly urge an appropriation of ik0 ik0for > SOW 2WWdfor i itoo
for a new immigrant station in Balti Ba1tfmore Baltimore ¬
moreIt more moreIt moreIt
It will be shown by the committee of ofMaryland otIaryJand o oMaryland f
Maryland Repre Representatives entatlve that BaIt Baltmores BaItmores Ba1tmores <
mores oversea Immigration lmmI tlon is greater great
than that of any Atlantic or gulf port portwlth portwith portwith
with tha thaQxcePtlon the exception eptS n of New York Neith Netther Neither Neither ¬
er Philadelphia nor Boston receives reoetvesmany as asmany asmany
many Europeans as Baltimore though h
Boston has more Immigrants
if
th the e
Canadians are included includedGOMPERS IncludedGOMPERS includedGOMPERS
GOMPERS WILL TALK TALKTO TALKTO TALKTO
TO PHILADELPHIANS PHILADELPHIANSLabor PHILAD ELPHIAN S
Labor Federations President Plans Plansto
to Confer With Quaker City CityLeaders CityLeaders CityLeaders
Leaders on Sunday SundaySamuel SundaySaJl1uel SundaySamuel
Samuel Gompers president of th the e
American Federation of Labor will go °
to Philadelphia Saturday Seturda where he will ill
make an address addre In the evening on onscope the
scope and limit of injunctions
The Th e eerpoon
meeting is to be held in Witherspoon With lthentpO erpoon n
Hall and will be under the
auspices o of f
the > American Academy of Political and a
Social Science ScienceThis ScienceThis ScienceThis
This will be the first time Mr Gom Gompers Gompees Gompets
pees has been In Philadelphia since th the e
beginning of the carmens strike al 1 1though ¬
though his presence pre ence there has been re repeatedly repeatedl repeatedly ¬
peatedly requested by the strike leaders
In accepting the invitation of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Academy of Political and Social So Social S0cial ¬
cial Science Mr Ir tlompers ompers notified the
labor loaders in Philadelphia iis and aconference a aconference
I conference has been arranged for Sun ¬
day It is considered likely that sev sbveral several s v veral ¬
eral mass meetings will be arranged for
Sunday which the labor leader will ad adress ¬
dress dressRegarding dressRegarding ress ressRegardlnE
Regarding what plans he Is likely tooffer to tooffer tooner
offer for the settlement of the strike j
Mr Gompers declines to discuss ex expi expleining 1 1pltJnlnl
pi pltJnlnl Inlng that they will work them themselves themSJves themselves ¬
selves out as time advances advancesWATCHES advancesWATCHE advancesWATCHES
WATCHES AND COAT COATREPOTRED COATREPOTRED
REPOTRED STOLEN STOLENMrs
Mrs l re Harriet B Francis of 3401 Penn Pennsylvania Penlanl Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania lanl avenue northwest reported re > ortoo to tothe tothe
the police of the Third precinct thismorning this thismorning thismornIn
morning mornIn that i Ii fur coat valued at 100 100and 100and 100and
and two gold watches valued at SfiO 250
had been stolen from her home some
time 11 me during durln the test 8t two weeks The Thewatches
watches were taken from a chiffonier
drawer and the coat from a closet closetFIRE closetFIRE
FIRE STARTS IN CLOSET CLOSETSeveral CLOSETSeveral
Several articles of clothing were oro de destroyed destrOYCa destroycd ¬
stroyed by fire In a closet In the home
of Alexander Alcxand r Lee 1S07 150 S street northwest north northwest
west this morning It Is not known
how bo the fire started The damage was wasabout wacabout wasabout
about 53Ec t 9 I
j been using this remedy for a quarter quarterof
of a century and many heads of fam families tamlUes families ¬
ilies like Mr C L Lynch of Billing
sley Ala Ja and nd Mrs Amanda Black of ofj
j Laura 0 would not keep house
I without it It They The have long ago dis
carded tablets pills salts and nd such
things for the milder more gentle and
more effective Dr Caldwells s Syrup
Pepsin which every member of the thothe
Jamlly from the youngest to the oldest
can use with Ith safety safet It is In the homes
of more families today than any other
laxative iiv but ut If you have n never ve used
it Dr Caldwell urges ur es you tosend him
your name and address and he will
send you a a sample bottle bottle free of charge
If itS use convinces yon 0 that it is the
remedy remed remedy you have been looking for then thenpleased
buY bunt It In
n the regular way or your drug
gIst at fifty cents or one dollar a bottle
just as 80 many others are doing
Dr Caldwell personally win be
pleased to give you any medical advice
you mnn may desire for yourself or family
pertaining to the he stomach liver or
bowels absolutely free of charge Ex ¬
plain your case in a letter and he willreply will willreply
reply to you ou In detail For the free sam ¬
pIe simply sImp send your name and address addresson addre addreon addre8on
on a postal card or otherwise For Foreither Foreither Foreither
either request the doctors address is
P Dr J7 W B Caldwell R85S It9 Caldwell Caldwellun
building un aioatlcello Ill HL
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JESSE OeSTiET OeSTiETIS OVERSTREEICRITICALLY
IS CRITICALLY CRITICALLYFotmer Y ILLFotmer ILL ILLFormer
Fotmer Indiana Representative Representa
tive Suffers From Fr m Ner Nervous Nervous Nervous ¬
vous Breakdown BreakdownFormer
Former Representative Jesse Over Overstreet O Overstreet er erstreet
street of Indiana Indl ft lies at his home in inIndianapolis inIndlanapol inIndianapolis
Indianapolis neap > death according to toI to1leters toletters
I 1leters letters received or re > by b his h friends
The former c 4gr jgreKntn man to wifforiug wufori wuforifrom r g
from a nervous i Ireakdcnv reakdo rc which oc ocaervlce occurroddurin
eurred curroddurin during the l las ± few weeks of his hieservice
service rvlee in the House h 1806 100 Si06 He WIIS w s at atthat atthat atthat
that time chairman of the Postofflco PostofflcoCommittee PostotflceCommittee PoetofilcoCommittee
Committee CommitteeOveratreot
Overatreot is 1 ono of o the foremost au authorltles aui anthorltfes
i thorltles en C bandnc and currency and andi andIs andis
i Is tow ro a member of the t Monetary M netary Com Cornmission Comi
i mission He was in Washington in the thefall thefall thetall
fall for the preliminary meetings of ofthat oCthat ofthat
that body bod but was forced on account ofhis of ofhis othis
his 111 health h Jth to return to his home homeCourt homeVIRGINIA
VIRGINIA DIVORCE DIVORCEVALID
V VALID IN DISTRICT DISTRICTCourt
Court of Appeals Says C N NThompson Nfhompson
Thompson 1 Need Not NotPay NotPay NotPay
Pay Alimony AlimonyThe
The divorce granted Charles N NThompson NThomp NThompson
Thompson Thomp n principal of the Jefferson JeffersonSchool JetfenonSchool JeffersonSchool
School of this city from his wife Jes Jessie Jessle Jesale ¬
ale N Thompson in Loudoun county countyVs eountyVa countyVs
Vs today was declared a valid defense defenseagainst defen defenseagainst e eagainst
against the decree of the District Su Supreme Supreme Supreme ¬
preme Court awarding the wife ali alimony alimony allmony ¬
mony and counsel COU 8el fees The opinion opinionsetting opinionsetting opinionsetting
setting aside a l e the decree which favored favoredthe tavoredthe favoredthe
the wife was made by Justice Ju tlco Van Ors Orsdel Orsdel
del d l of the District Dt trlct Court of AppealsThe Appeals AppealsThe Appoa1Tbe
The Thompson marital troubles have haveJoag haveJoDg havelong
long been en before the he public Mrs MrsThompson MnThomp
Thompson Thomp on filed suit against her hus husband hU4mnd hu huband = ¬
band in this city declaring that they theywere theywere the thewere y
were married December mber 7 1MK and that thather thather thather
her huHbands systematic cruelty lasted lasteduntil l lass lassforced ted teduntil
until she was forced fort fort11t to leave him hi June JuneII e
er
II I 180T On July i7 1 Mi0T she filed her hersuit hersuit he hesuit r
suit for alimonyAlflouglt alimony alimonyAlthough alimonyAlthou
Although Althou Thonp Tborr ll n i a entered a plea pleathat
that he and his wle wl e were r re residents 1deDta fci nU of ofLoudoun oCLoudoun o oLoudoun f I
Loudoun couty Va V and D4I in that Jurls JurlsdicMon JuriscUcJon jut jutdicion ee
dicMon lie e had bee awarded a decree decreedvorclng decreedorelng d dSupreme
dvorclng ds orcing his wife the District DistrictCo Supreme SupremeC
C Cf < urt refused to recognize the validity validityof
of the decree decreeJustice decrMJustlce decreeJustice
Justice Van Orsd OnIcIeI l however declared declaredthat declaredUat declaredthat
that the Virginia decree made in the thematrimonial theDtrtmonial th thrnttrlmonlal e
matrimonial domicile of the couple couplemust couplerouet
must be regarded as valid validFUNERAL yalldFUNERAL
FUNERAL FU NERAL SERVICES SERVICESFOR SERVICESFOR c
FOR MRS MRS MCKNIGHT MCKNIGHTFuneral T
Funeral ear Ices for MM MrsMcKnight Hsbeth EIiBbethMcKmght HsbethMeKnlght
MeKnlght who died Sunday Su Sundayheld daY were wereheld j
held in her horn ho 15 151t 151 Q street tr t northwest north northwest nortbt ¬
west t at 3 oclock this th afternoon Th ThRev The TheRev TheRev e
Rev JoeejJh T Kelly pastor of ofFourth the theFourth theFourth
Fourth Preohytaitea Pre P ltYtIia teeaa Church officiated officiatedInterment ol cIted cItedInterment
Interment wla w la CoagreselQBal CoIIpe Cen reedoeat iQRI Ceme Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery ¬
tery teryMr i iMrs
Mrs Mr McKnight was eightysix eldtysb tyslx years yearsand old oldand Oldand ° 4
and had spent all her h lire a tn theof the Dtetrlct Dtetrlctof DI Dha tr1ct tr1ctof
of Columbia She leaves a son Wil W11Uam Wilham William ¬
liam ham H McKnight two sisters ers Miss MtosSusie MissSusie 11MSwHe
Susie Preston and Mrs Charles Chari CharlesSchafer A ASchafer Ahfer t
Schafer hfer and a granddaughter 31a 31aRalph jug jugRalph JII1JRalph s
Ralph B Pratt PrattART PrattART PrattART
ART BOARD IS URGED URGEDArt
Art lovers are interested lntere ted in the themade P Pmade pea peamade ea
made last night at the p public bWc library Mbrayat
at a meeting of th the Waahtncton R aehl a hlD < < ton Sock SocMof < ty tyof
of Fine Arts by kDr Dr John Quln Qutaiy QutaiyAdams r rAdams
Adams of New Ne e a + York that there a be so an anart t tart L Lart
art commission eommta too in the > District trlct with th thpower the thepower thpower e
power over all 11 public art According Accordingto Accordin Accordinw g
to Dr Adams It t has h been shown In Inother Inotb
other otb < < cities and States Stat e that such com commissions commlMSons tommissions ¬
missions not only beautify the com communities rommunlUes tommunitles ¬
munities but get g t only th the b beat < t In art
BREWER WILL 1LL FILED FILEDWIDOW FILED1DO
WIDOW 1DO GETS o rs HOME HOMEThree
Three Daughters of Jurist JuristGiven JuristGiven JuristGiven
Given 10000 10000Apiece 10000Apiece 10000Apiece
Apiece ApieceThe
The will of David J Brewer late As Associate Assoorote Assoolate ¬
sociate Justice of the United States Su Supreme Suprmne Supreme ¬
preme Court was filed for probate pr bste to today tard today ¬
day d It f ie dated Ootobor O bor 25 5 1906 with withcodicil witha
a codicil drawn drawn on March 7l9OS 7 1908 MrsEmma Mrs MrsKainm lUreEnm
Emma M 1 Brewer rewer his widow wido and JamesL James JamesL JamesL
L L KarrIck his soninlaw are named namedas
as executorsThe executors executorsThe executorsThe
The Instrument does not estimate the thevalue thovalue thevalue
value of the estate and provides thatthe that thatthe thltthe
the widow receive premises 1923 Six Sixteenth Slxt Sixtgenth ¬
teenth t nth street northwest the family resi residence residence restdonee ¬
dence Including Its furnishings The Thecottage Thecotta Thecottage
cottage cotta go at Thompsons Point with Its Itscontents itJIrontents itscontents
contents becomes the property of histhree his histhree histhre6
three daughters Mrs Harriet B Jet Jetmore Jetmore Tetmore
more Mrs Henrietta B Karrick and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Elizabeth h B Wells Each daughtor daugh daughter dal1tor ¬
tor will receive In addition 1000 1 000 from fromthe fronlthe frontthe
the life insurance carried by Mr Brew Brewer Brewor ¬
er The daughters also will i11 divide the thepersonal thepersonal thepersonal
personal property propertyThe propertyTJe
The codicil provides that the ring giv given given given ¬
en him by his first wife which he h al always always always ¬
ways wore on his little finger becomes
the property of his grandson deon David
Brewer Jetmore His books and writ writfI ¬
ings Ib lip fI go to Mrs trs Karrick with the ex exception e entlo ¬
ception < < ntlo on of a Bible presented by b his first flrstwife firstwife 1rstVi
wife Vi fe which whf h goes to his granddaughter
Hannah Hann L L Jetmore Jetmoree
Phe e gold old watch which was presentedo presented
tohim 0 him by the lawyers of Lflavenworth
Kan is given to his grandson David
Brewer Karrick and a watch given himy him
by y his is wife Ire is given to her grand grandnephew grandnephew grandnephew
nephew David Brewer Hall The other othergrandchildren oUlergrandchildren othergrandchildren
grandchildren each will select a keep ¬
sake from Justice Brewers personal personalproperty p personalproperty r anal analproperty
property propertySTEEL propertySTEEL propertySTEEL
STEEL CONTRACT CONTRACTSOON CONTRACTSOON CONTRACTSOON
SOON WILL BE LETLargest LET LETLargest LETLargest
Largest Ever Given Out By Canal CanalCommission CanalCommission CanalCommission
Commission Expected to Stir StirUp StirUp StirUp
Up Great Rivalry RivalryOne
One of the biggest ft Aeel eel contracts ever everlet everlet everlet
let in this th country and the t e largest ever everlet eerlet
let by the Isthmian Canal Commission Commissionwill Comm slon slonw1U
will be awarded in about three months monthsIt
It wilt be b for the gates for the canal canallocks canallocks
locks and all movable parts of theselocks these theselocks thtwelock
locksThe locks locksThe
The estimates e en this work WG rk amount to toabout toabout
about JSKK 51iO00G 550 Oa The specifications for forthe torthe
the contract are now being tJrepuM pare by
the canal officials off ciala cialaIt f fIt FIt
It ta expected the contract will w stir up
sharp rivalry among the steel com companies comptUlles cornpanics ¬
panics it has ba been asserted that Aftly nly
the United States Steel Corporation Corporationwould Corporationwould
would be able to do the work but this
is dented It fts J said < hat several of the t
big steel companies are able to fulfillthe tuUmthe fulfill fulfilthe
the conditions conditionsJV1RS condltion1RS conditionsQRS
JV1RS 1RS H WADSWORTH WADSWORTHMUST Xl ADSWORTHMUST
MUST PAY FOR GOWN GOWNCourt GOWNCourt
Court Decides Suit for Sheath SheathDress SheathDress
Dress Against Washington WashingtonSociety W shingi n nSociety
Society Woman WomanRQCHESTB DomanROCH
ROCB RQCHESTB STEJIt STn April 8 BMrs Mrs HerbertWadsworth Herbert HerbertWad
Wad Wadsworth worth prominent in Geneseo and asdWshlngton aIMiWsblnltton
Wshlngton glrington society came from rom the Na Nsiloaal National NaUoDaI ¬
tional Capital to defend a suit ult instituted institutedby
by Julia A Halptn aiptn a dressmakerto 4re dressmaker smak8lo to rer rercover re recoyer
cover STTi 7for < < for a sheath gown which whichMrs wblclaXIlL whichMrs
Mrs Wadeworth A IIworth ord ordered re4 < < a year ago agoThe a6UThe agvThe
The case was tried before the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourtaad SupremeCoat
Court Courtaad and a verdict for the full amount amountmade amountmade
made against the society odY woman womanMiss womaan womanAdes
Miss n Hapita alleged alleg that Mrs rrs Wads Wadsworth Wadsworth
worth ordered order the gown in n great haste hastein
in order O r to take it with her to Sew fewYak XewTork SewYork
York clip in two weeks time Miss tl s Hal Halpin Halpin I
pin said ald she laid aside all other work to toget
get the gown finished in the appointed appointedtime appointedtime
time and that Mrs Wadsworth sent the I
dress back with the explanation that it I
didnt fit Miss Iiss Hatpin H Jpln immediately sued suedto suedto
to recover the price 11 I
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effector effect of slenderness slendernessto
to fleshywomen They Tneyaccomplish f j
accomplish a reduc reduction reduction A AV a
V tion of one to five fiveinches rf i
1 inches in hips and andabdomen andabdomenunaidedby Hv
I abdomen abdomenunaidedby abdomenunaidedbybandsstraps unaided by bybands I Ibands
bandsstraps bands straps or at attachmentsof attachments s stachments
tachmentsof tachments of any anysort sort sortREDU50 i iREDUSO s
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respect respe t in the greatest wholesale market of the United States In Intuition Intuition ¬
1 tuition innate good taste time and experience all have had their theirpart theirpart theirPart
part in making the Palais Royal chief a valuable aid both to the theproducers theprod theProducers
producers prod cers of Tub Dresses and the wearers of them Very many manyof manyof man Y YA
+ 1 of the garments to A be shown here tomorrow are adaptations and im improvements improvements improvements ¬
provements of French frocks the suggestions of the Palais Royal chief chiefadopted chiefadopted chiefL
L 1 adopted by the New York makers First showing tomorrowourOpening tomorrow tomorrowour tomorrowourOpening our ourOpening
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light greens tans blues grays pinks violets also white and black hair Tine line stripes shepherd plaids plaidsand plaidsand plaidsand
and checks c ecks are also shown The polka dots ts and rxl figures as in Foulard silks will be vo voted ed very
beautiful The styles are not t t to be described in m so man many words Their effect can be hinted at atm
in m the capture of the opposite sex It says little littleto to write that these dresses have lace lacead aid a d white whiteto whitemull whitemull
mull yokes that some are braided that the waists are lined or that the skirts are pleated Come
to tomorrows Opening and find nd dresses at 298 to 5798 798 more beautiful than you ever dreamed dreamedpossible dreamedpossible dreamedpossible
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great greatgreater greater than it will be this week reek unless irresistible inducements are made And dont doubt doubtthat doubtthat doubtthat
that the Palais Royal milliners will give you OU as skillful and intelligent service as if i regular prices priceswere priceswere rites riteswere
were asked of you The They live for art artits art its uili the office v ice that regulates profit roft and loss here ere The Theword Theword Theword
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moment needs the majority of which which were secured last week when the buyer visited the leading
importers of New York Some of the sample lines of flowers created quite a furore at 45c They Theyare
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