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THE WASHINGTON TIMES THIRSDAY iHtRSP1T1PIiIT APBIL PRIT U 1910 1
GRAVES MESSAGECHAGRINS IES IESDemocrats MESSAGE MESSAGECHAGRINS
CHAGRINS DINERS UlNERSDemocrats DINERSDemocrats
Democrats Unprepared for forCondescending forondescending frCondescending
Condescending Remarks Remarksof R marks marksof
of Hearst Emissary EmissaryMAKES EmissaryMAKES Etniss EtnissMAKES
i iRETURN
MAKES CONDiTIONAL CONDITIONAL CONDITIONALRETURN CONDITIONALRETURN
RETURN TO PARTY PARTYJefferson PARTYJcffe PARTYJeffetsog
Jefferson Jcffe R Disciples Resent Being BeingPJaced BeingPjQced BeingPyaced
PJaced on Probation Pr tion by Inde IAdep Independence lA e epeOOence ¬
pendence p ndence League LeagueSpeaker LeagueSpeakerIf Speaker SpeakerIf
If the Democratic De teenLtIe party rty tm gad pssdthe It Itwill Itwill
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will be peraakted MIMkt to redone bock dt late Intothe latetbe
the fold WMMara Randolph n Bean IHenItthe andthe and andthe
the Independence IaepeR ee League Leaguepents LeagueIf gwML gwMLJf
Jf t the e DeMoerade part sieeereiy ety 1 1peats re repents
pents for i iIndependence Its past alas tIM leaders fill the theI theIndependence
Independence I nd peDdeaee League will distribute 4II trilMltf fbr fbrSivenees fbrgivenees
Sivenees Ve11e88 with a lavish JavlMbJl hand handIf kandIf
If the Democratic party p rV will repudiate repudiateoate NlNdiateSOllie repudiatesome
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some of the tb < 8 doetrmes and men which whichdecade Wkkhit I Iit
it has s Made prominent during tile tilethe tart tartdecade
decade the Independence IlI League LeaIwer lend lenders tandfollowers
ers < < > r 5taIIcI rea ready y to cAmb 011 to Ute 1Ia 1IaWaOR band bandwagonnnd
wagonnnd WaOR take with theM all of their tIMbfollo theirfollower
followers followersThis followerThis follo folloThll
This was the tbed cendeacending tendesc ending in message messageJohn age agedeivered
d deivered veTW euty tide nerning bp bpIepk John JohnTemple JohnTemple
Temple Gravee the authorised mouth mouthpiece JDea JDeai moahpiece ¬ I
piece i of Mr Hearst at the Jefferson JeffersonDajt JetferaenDarr Jetr JetrDq i
Dajt banquet at the New WMhtrd tit Hlard 1anI Hotel HotelTh HotelThe
Th The bamraet bog began n shortly after S So SociOdc 8oclock I I
o ociOdc clock test night It ended about 3 2J 2Joclock 1It 7 7oclock I Ioc1odt I
oclock this t ia morning The apeeeh of ofMr ofMr ofMr I
Mr Graves Grav was the be sensatfcm of the thenight t tTl1tbL thenight
night nightIt Tl1tbLIt
It was rumored during the evening eveningthat eveninlthat eveningthat
that Mr Graves Gra had been delegated to toread toread toread
read WOUam Randolph Hearst H and thet the theIndependence tb tbnM
t Independence nM e League Lea back late the theparty th thparty theparty >
party and many of the diners remained remainedto
to welcome back D ck to the fold the e wan wandering wandErinb wandering ¬
dering The terms t < < 1118 laid down by Mr Mrd Mrra Mrgraves I
graves ra were regarded d as astounding < < by bymore bymore bymore
more than one of the F Democratic > lead leadrs IeadAt
4 c rs At Atihere ue beginning 0 of h his s remarks remarksthere s st
there t were murmurs of disapproval disapprovalfrom di8appro disapprovalfrom 1 1from
from many of the diners As be pro progressed progts prog ¬
gressed gts g cssed and Jtd told what the Independence IndependenceLeague IDdepoellCleacelpa IndependenceIeagtte
League lpa thought of the past JX performances perform performances performances ¬
ances of the Dec DeraociHtie ocinie party rty many manymembers maywent 7 7memb
members memb > rs of the House H got up and a d went wenthome we t
home 110 making no effort e < < ort to conceal concealchagrin < < tbeir tbeirchagrin tIIdrb tIIdrAccept k
chagrin b
Accepted Accept ea TriaL TriaLMr TriaLMr TrialMr
Mr Graves said w one prominent prosalnmntmember pIGMiaeIItmember prominentmember
member of the House H comes COMabanquet to our ourbanquet ourbanquet
banquet te teIJ tel s us that be ber and the lead leadapproved header
er r of Ute Iltdttlt1lf independence League have ft ftaPtMOsd dis disapproved
approved of us usand s IR tile psuL Mat are will willjn wilting
ing jn to foryve I lJhe K we promise te 1te 1teaDd good goodand
and have our Democracy tested by bythem bythem 7 7tJlem
tJlemWe them
We are here to AY announced Mr MrGraves MrGra MrGraves
Graves Gra after aft < < stating that his words had hadthe badtht hadthe
the approval of the magnMcent mag ceant t eftab eftablishment e elishDHllt tab tablishment
lishment bell behind him that at this time timeihe tkaeof timeo
of o hope forDelDecradc for Democratic aK rut t tthe Is Isthe
the success of real JeKeraoniaracyif JeOTasonian h < < 1t Democ Democrao DeMoeraCif
rao raCif if the Democratic party is ready readylor readylor readyfor
lor the principles that our league I eagnefought has basfought hasfought
fought for we should ould unite in the forth forthromms forthomit1 forthroming
romms omit1 struggle strugglethe strugleThe
The The I Independence League In Inthe apbllit apbllitthe
the Democratic party of caucus but for forthe forthE forthe
the Democratic party of responsibility responsibilitythe
the party of principle W We a see an op opportunity GpportU1 oPportuuity ¬
portunity portU1 ty for united action It depend dependupon depeacbU dependsvpon
upon U poD you We V e are a ready rood dy t tDemocratic to aecept the tbemoeratJc theDemocratic
Democratic party that thatnaif lis DOt Aak AakBTan IlanBryan
Bryan half Belmont mont half Hearst aDd aDdhalf andhalf
half Ryan H Hstand If these te terms a are not ac acpptable acePptabie
pptable the Independence Lea League < < ue must musttaOO mustland
stand outside and await a better day dayready dayVe dayWe
Ve a aJte e ready to agree a < < ree with the theIf theDt theDemocratic
Dt Democratic > mocraUc party rty oC Ute future if that tbatDf thatDemocratic
Df Democratic > mocradc party is ready to be tree to tothE tothe
thE Democratic principles of tile past pastIf MUSt MUStIf
If it is the pleasure ef the Democratic Democraticparty DeIDoenLtJcparty Democraticparty
party to stand by y those t ee principles p DdpIes then thenwe tIteRwe thenwe
we are ready re 4y to stand by the Demorratic Demo Democratic De Derratlc ¬
cratic party partyClark partElark partyStark
Clark Extends WefcesK WefcesKEarlier Wek WyeEarlier te teEarlier
Earlier i in m a the evening Champ Clark Chirkhad Clarkhad Clarkhad
had announced that the Democratic Democraticparty Deatocratlcparty Democraticparty
party would welcome all into It its folds foldswithout foldswithout foldswithout
without Inq inquiring > ttrlns too closely eIO ely into their theirpedigrees tltelrpedignes theirpedtgrete
pedigrees but be did net suggest that thatthe thatt
the t h he recruits would be allowed aIIoW to dic dictate dIctatf dictate ¬
tate > the terms on which the amalga amalgaroatton amal amalmat ammlgamatlon
roatton mat should be effected effectedMany efectedXany effectedMany
Many members were heard to remark remarkas
as they wandered from the banquet banquethall banquetbil1 banquethail
hall in the wee smt hours that while whilethe wbOethe whilethe
the Democratic party is going to read readmen readmen resdmen
men into the tltepany party instead of adopting adoptingthe
the th poUts of their Republican brethren bretbr
and read them out this wan not the thetime thetime
time when it should be asked to ccn ccnfese ecnfese < < D Df II IIHme
fese f that its recent actions had been beenwrong beeaw beenwrong
wrong w in order to dissolve the lade Iadependence I ladeence >
pendence ence League LeagueThe oh I
The speech of of Mr Graves was th thone tbone the theone
one topic of conversation on the th Demo Democratic Deotic ¬ I Inatle
cratic tic side of o the House H uee today todaymany lId and andmany I Imany
many members were dbmomd to be re reaentful reseatf resentful
aentful seatf l of the tone adopted by 11 the thespokesman 1MmaB thespokesman
spokesman maB for the Indan blllllah blllllahI Independence IndependenceThe eaaeime eaaeimeLeague
League LeagueThe
I The banquet last Ia t night was w a From Fromsuzceas nat reatsuccess natI
success from rn the standpoint odpotnt of oratory oratorySenator oratorye oratmybenator
I Senator e ator Shivley S dvley of Indiana I IIuIa Senator SenatorGore 8eatrGore eatecGoee
Gore of Oklahoma dmm dark darkminority CIIu1tIIIblortty Clerkminority
minority leader r Senator Hughes H IIIS of ofColorado olCoJorado ofColorado
Colorado Representative R tlft Harrison of ofNew ofSew ofNew
New York and Representative Repre elKatlve Ralney RaIBe7III4Ie Raineymade Ralneymade
made spec JMs wMeh ski skifrom brought broughtmore ehaus eIIeersfro ehausi
i from fro t the 6 iii diners who assembled 1UIIIeID with wtthmore wItIalDOWe withbrought
more hope in their hearts tha tJMa for formany tGrlty formany
many lty years past pastRepresentative J peatRepresentative R Ra
Representative a tate Henry D Clayton of ofAlabama CIIIfAla ofAlabama
Ala Alabama the toastmaster toll also wade wadeseveral tradeseveral
several vera1 speeches eecbN He mad a aspeeeb tog togspeech laupspeech I
speech e enunciating the urliNiplas i of the theDemocratic tileDernocIatIe theDe
Democratic De + itocratte party when the gav gavel s vel l of ofthe f fthe
the presiding < < officer was turned over overto eNrto everto I
to him by Capt John S Miller and 1MI he hemade liea heaoade
made a speech eachtune each tIlDe he introduced introducedan mtnldu ld ldau
an orator
oratorCteytea
Clayton Sticks t9 Je JeWhen Job JeeWJeea JobWhen
When midnight was a this thins of the thepast dieput thepest
past and milk wagons began to rumble IU1IIIIIe0ger rumbleover muibleover
over the pavement below the thecalled dhma dhmacaned dIerasalted
caned for the speakers without t tatre tatrednetory la Intrsdoctery W Wd1letory
dnetory remarks bat Mr Claytoa ton told tolda MidtbeIa toMthem
them that M weald Nt permit IenI t a few fewsWUeperous fewto fewb
sWUeperous b reperous diner to break vp p the theharmony meIIaIIIIOaY theharmony
harmony of the ev evt evening and as Inns longa1 Innsas
as they t had selected eIeetMhe him am toast toastmaster toastmasterbe master masterhe
he propocod pe to run the show nv m bs us e own ownway 0 0wY ownway
way i
wayReprer Representative Reprer > estatlre tative Eugene Eu ene K FOBS of ofMassachusetts ofb ofMassachusetts
Massachusetts b the newest member member of ofthe ofthe
the party made JIIII e a hit hi by declaring cIedariII that UIttbere
tbere would be seven Democrats in a the theHouse ue1101II theHouse
House from Massachusetts taHtU next year yearrand yearand 7euaDd
and be would not be surprised tf ifcbet the theMassachusetts theMrseachuetts
Massachusetts cbet Legislature sent a I DaD DaDonat Democrat > em emorrat
orrat to the Senate to displace Senator SenatorLodge satcrLo SenatorLodge
Lodge Lo Ig Mr 11 r Foes read to the Democrats Democratsthe DMIIocrattile
the platform for which be stood and on onwhich enwhich onwhich
which be made his campaign ia the theFourteenth theFearteeDth theFourteenth
Fourteenth district and It met with ap approval apltfor p pIIOVI ¬
proval provalSenator
A platform ltfor pn pre ented to the diners nI by bys bySenator
Senator s Senator tor Gore however was w i tie e real realhit realbit
hit of the evening It consisted of ofbe oftwelve c ctwelve
twelve w words and Senator Gore aid If Ifbe
be had his way those twelve words wordswould wordswould
would constitute the platform of the theDemocratic UteDemetrtlc theDemocratic
Democratic Congressional al campaign in
1914 1A and the Presidential campaign hi 1
1312 The platform plAtformIeg was wasLers wasLes
Lers tariff Xo graft Free JI e eo ships shipsMore shipsMore
More > > o trade No Taft t No tracts tractsSTANDS trustINDIANA
INDIANA DISTRICT DISTRICTSTANDS DISTRICTSTANDSBY
STANDS STANDSBY BY TAFT TAFTSix
Six ix Candidates for Repre Reprei Representative Representative Representative i
sentative In Eleventh EleventhDistrict EleventhDistrict EleventhDistrict
District Convention ConventionMARION
MARION laid April 14W1t1l M With a can candMtfte caDfnIiM candlditte
dMtfte from each of the ate Ib cauntte of oftbcSneventli 0 0tbeltlewlltb oftbeiEievmtb
tbcSneventli tbeltlewlltb district dl CrIct It is pnMNMe po that thatthe tbatthe tIIattile
the Republican R Coagressloral Con resatofiU 1I 1IUOII coaven coavenUon coseeation
Uon begun today win prove M he equal ooually equallY
ly as spectacular as that of two years yearsago yearsap yearsago
ago when Dr C H Good was nomsated nom nomaated DOIIItell
sated tell after iii W ballots bad been taken takenand takeaand takenand
and that of eh eight ht years ago when Fred FredLandte FJIedLlmdi FredLandis
Landte defeated Major George Oeor e W Steele Steeleafter Sleekafter Steeleafter
after L3M ballots ballotsJotuj ballotsJfba ballotsJohn
John L Thompson TIIomp oa of Gas City CitYconstdued te teconsidered leconsidered
considered as the most formidable can candidate caDI eaadidate ¬
didate before the convention conventiontions COIWe doa doaIt
I It 1 t had been planned to have 110 resets reeohIti6ns resetstits
tits of any kind until George B Lockwood Lockwoodd Lock Lockwood
wood editor of the Marion Chronicle Chroniclesuggested Cbroaides Chratidesuggested
suggested s in his paper hurt night lPtt tbat tbatit
it wood be cowardly to toDat dodge lemon lemonnationd iisnesnational
national Dat and Statr As a result a the theconvention uecohVeadon theconvention
convention today adopted resolutionsgivIn resolutions resolutionsjtivin fttIOiutiOnsiviD
jtivin iviD = an unequivocal Indorsement of ofPresident ofI
I President Tafffe Taft Administration and in indorsing indonoiD indorsing ¬
dorsing donoiD Senator Beverid Bev rkIe e and calling callingfor aaJlill aaJlillfor callingfor
for his reelection UOll No specific mention mentionof tioa tioaof
of the PaydeAldrich AeAldrkb bin was made The Thenomination TheDOMlaadell Thenomoatiou
nomination will not be made JDa e before toasnt to tonignt toat
nignt at at the earliest earliestSHARK earliestSHARK Uest UestSHARK
SHARK EATS A MARINE MARINEVALLEJO MARINEV MARINEVALLEJO
VALLEJO V Cal C 1 April M HLetten Letters received re received recetv ¬
ceived cetv here from Cristobal C Cstate Panama Panamastate PanamaMate
state that on March a Samuel s Barnes Barnesa
a marine on the d cruiset uier Tacoma Taco fell felloverboard feltoverboard n novernI
overboard and was carried under by a ashark asbartc ashark
shark The body was not recovered recoveredWOOD r rWOOD recoveredWOOD
WOOD ALCOHOL IN WHISKY WHISKYSTONINGTOX WHISKYSTONINGTOX WHISKYETON
ETON STONINGTOX LNG IrON Conn April 14 ledi ledical Medi Medical ¬
cal Examiner George B Stanton after afteran alterau afteran
an analysis of the stomachs of orof seven sevenerly sevenof
of the persons 0 of this place aDd West WNtrly Westerly
erly rly R I who are supposed INIed to have
died after drhikteg whisky whi ky stated to tothe ¬
day that he found the whisky wh Jky contained containedwood coataiD containedwood > d dwood
wood alcohol
RIVER IMPROVEMENT IMPROVEMENTI
IIRPFFI Unhtuoi URGED RV BY TAWART TAGGART TAGGARTSpecial lAubAnl lAubAnlSpecial
Special SpecialURGED Counsel Who Made MadeReport IviadeReport MadeReport
Report on Flats Speaks SpeaksIn
In I Ii Anacostia AnacostiaWASHINGTON AnacostiaWJfBUCGIOJ AnacostiaWAontGfofe
WASHINGTON TOOBS TIx 1nYYRiBANACbSYIA BURKAC BURKACANACOVTIA BLKI6UANACOWIIA
ANACOVTIA DL e APRIL AJ ltIL U Ur 1LClttees Uiltiaen
Clttees d e A Arteeastla are today Me diedosing MeCURIIIS
CURIIIS te the sissy or r navigation vlatloR on the theEastern tbeEastern theEastern
Eastern Brandt m estoolal day which wMehthey wlDehthfy whichthey
they heard last night coupled with a aplea alid alids
plea that tbeu the stream h made the princt prladpal ll11ICIpal I Ipal
pal harbor for Washington w city m the thedevelopment tbedeveIepmeDt thedevekpanent
development of the scheme for the Im Improvement 1mplvnaat lmpr ¬
provement pr ivemalt of the river The speaker speakerthe 8PCkerWIUI
was H Hush T TaMan Ta art whose report reporttbe n nthe
the ownership of lands and the riparian riparianrights rIprIarich riparianeights
rights rich along aJo c the river following teilowlB teilowlBemployment < < Ms hisemployment Msemployment
employment as special ecIRJ counsel eto to bill tnfvestigate in investigate billftttpw
vestigate the th subject ject hs boo been ItMDpreeeDteC ItMDpreeeDteCto presented presentedto
to Congress prellmkmry pi dL ettiutuary I rr to any detailed detagedplan detailedptan tletalledfor
plan for the reclamation of the Ana Anacostia Attamtia IIII IIIICIIMtIa ¬
costia hatslie flats flatsMr llahJlT
Mr Taggart delivered his a address tIrea wi wider taller ¬
der r the auspices a of the Anncosthi Cttl CttlAssociation CIdar Ctixns I
xns ar Association in the Masonic Ha Haport Ball BallTbe HalfThe
The speaker sketched In OIIUIIIe the he re report report
port be has submitted as special counsel counselto
to investigate the ownership aenIdp of 0 the thelands t thelands e eID
lands to question quest fain and he summed 1IIed 1IIedfor up upfor mpfor
for the benefit of the ettteeas dtJse a hh a18 con conclusions COIIclwdoIIa conelusioos ¬
clusions which were that the United UnitedStates t1dt tailedStates 4 4State8
States under the Constitution and ad the thecession Utec thecerioa
cession c from Ma sfaytand ytand te vested Vested8O as assovereign assovereign
8O sovereign reQpI with absolute title and a amallt do domain domain ¬
main in and over o er Ufe a spact act between betweenhighwater bdweesh betweenhighwater
highwater h water marks on thetwo the two sides of ofthat ofthe ofthe
the AaacfMttia river and comprising theshores the thebores
bores aDd tile Md 01 the stream streamMr
Mr Tqprt described tM uncertainty uiteertamtyI t
that has existed tm the mind of Congress
heretofore a as to the ownership ownershiptarnation t tin
quads in tM eft event tt Of tile work oC rec rec1auoD reclamatton
tarnation being bet undertaken ea but thisuncertainty this thisaneertabrty thistalllty
uncertainty talllty no longer ic present he heta liesaid hes
said s ± aid under the opinion that Jae leas aled aledIa Ied Iedla
ta the matter Any Umg 1IIIID < < up aloe the theshore tbe8hore theshore
shore line that may be going on then thenfor tJteasaid thensaid
said Mr TaaaIt Its 1MIDS done solely IOIeIytor solelyfor
for the benefit of the I7atta U Uwhich States StatesA Staleswhich
which boWs the title to OM hands JaIldIIbe handshe
A be commerce v I IeRt that wan once a fea feature leature feature ¬
ture of this tit historic r5 r < r was touched touchedrestoration toaebedupoa touchedupon
upon by Mr Tagart who pictured the therestoration
restoration of much ucla of dale through the theitnre thefutl thefuture
futl future itnre e development opIIIeIIt of the river riv m ha the thehtenlng thewNeDlDl thewidening
widening and a 4 deepening the channel channeland etlaaDelaDd channeland
and ta the building of wbarvee wharve so that thatthe t1Iattbe thatthe
the river may become the male mai harbor harborof
of the tta District which now feels f feelsih ih he hesaid heliald
said the Inadequate ftII fattttie alori alorirotomac ah a f the thei theIotomac
otomac rotomacMr i IotomacMr otomacMr
Mr Taggart spoke for yh vWe > deep deepstream deepream deepstream
stream ream contending that no piles d1ee for the thewharves thewharYea thewharves
wharves should be permitted rmttted but 1 t thatthe that thatthe Ulattbe
the docking < < should be built in mto the theriver theriver
river banks to prevent pftv shoaling < < and tofurther the thefurther thefurtller
further obstruction obetr n of the stream streamPrior streamPrior lftIUILPrior
Prior to Mr 11 Taggarrs Ta art addrewas address there therewas therewas
was a report by b Eugene E Thompson Thompsoncnairman ThopeoDCAafrman Thompsoncnairman
cnairman of the committee of ofthe the tIHas tIHaslIOttIoD as nzsociatton assoclation
soclation dealing 4eal wtth the subject of ofwho oftb ofthe
tb the reclamation reelar ton of the he AJICCMI Anacostia fats fatswho toaUwlao
who read correspondence cu correap LRRCr that Uaated has haspassed haspassed
passed ed between betw n himself bim elt and Senators SenatorsnaHtncer senatorlluaIflDltr Senatorsuaiftnger
naHtncer and Penros fIrD relative to the theproblem tileproblem theem
problem problemMr em emKr
Mr Thompson a read a letter from fromCommmstoner flOtllCoramlonfr fromCommissioner
Commmstoner Judson tn which the tpsCommissioner theCommisstoner tileCOIDIRi88i0ner
Commissioner expressed espres ed pleasure at atsIJUraDCe the theassurance theassurance
assurance of an appropriation of off < 9M 9Mthe bS111 bS111for >
f for the improvement ement et Ue river withthe WIth WIthtlM
the probability of securing eeurtl1aIRI additional addldoralsums additionalsums
sums IRI ta the river and ba b bar bin 1 I annually an annually anDually ¬
nually ta the future On rjotkm of Mr MriiompBon Mrom lr lrIiompoen
iiompBon om the association caatJon hMmasd 1oNed the theplan tIN1tan theplan
plan of building a road along aIfMI the south southbank lIOutbloank southbank
bank of 0 the Anacostia river between betweenAnacortta betweewnaroltia betweenAnacostia
Anacortta and unborn Point The TIlesodation as association assodatlon ¬
sociation also voted to indorse the but biltI butprodd billproviding
I providing prodd for the payment 01 the debt debtTired ftbtA
A Tonic TonicTired
Tired Just as tired in the morning morningas
as at night R ht Things look dark Lack Lackrferve Lacklferve
rferve erve power Just remember this thisAverts thisAyrs thisAyers
1 Averts Sarsaparilla is a strong tonic tonicea tonicentirely tonic tonicentirely
entirely ea rely free from alcohol It puts putsred putsred
l red corpuscles into the blood bl blood od gives givessteady glyesI givessteady
I steady even power to the nerves nervesstresgens nervesI nervesstrengthens
strengthens the digestion digestionMafe digestionAa1c digestionMake
I Make no mistake Take only rmy these t c medi medicines metiana medicine ¬
cines lite teal Jecton cnJene
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of the District Dt trttt and for permanent nnaDfnt Im Improvement improvements im improvements ¬
provements provementPresdent provementst provementsYresdent
Presdent t Charles R Burr submitted submittedthe ubntlttedthe
the Fketeb Pk ketch tcb of the several buildinss build that thatare thatare t tare
are t to > be erected on th the former Mettser Mettserplace eager etsaerplac eagerplace
place for the B BPI ll Home for Children at ata atcost ata
a cost approximately of 94s J4Ctt8t 3ft Walter WalterW
W Tolson William Scantlebury jr jrand Jrand jrand
and Nathaniel B Harnlsh we e eas nsm nsmas B80IIIIeIl B80IIIIeIlas
as a committee C > > to cooperate fe ewfthtlie ewfthtliepromoers with tpromoters t tpromoters
promoters of the to hone in the plans J MRa for forthe Mthe forthe
the cornerstone laying a whisk win ill take takeplace takiplail takesplace
place in a montb it was stated ted Serve Sccretar Secretary Servetai
tar tai > Tolson read a letter Iett < < from fromWarkbala fromMarkham Caotaja CaotajaMarkbam
Markham in response response to t one from tb tbassociation t tauoett1Oft the theaasodatton
association t to the effect that the Wash Washington Waabl WaahIngtea ¬
ington l stGft RaIway Ra iway and Eteetrlc Company Companywill < tompwiywill
will win not be asked aslcedto to install th the under underground 1Ihlll underground r ruDd ¬
ground uDd electrical system SBte from the Ana Atiltcestia Anacostia A Aee
costia ee tla bride atone aIon Nichols f hoI avenue to 1
Talburtt street untu thesjarte or sum summer swamer sumflier ¬
mer of lH mi settled as th the theAli All ll was w not be suf ft t1YfAciently ¬
ficiently settled on the southern IIOtItbernInMkt southernpreach an anjwoacte
preach InMkt to the bridge br until that date dateTtfilliam
William W lIam F Gude Gu the president JIe IeIat of the theof
Chamber of Commerce told of the ef E f ¬
forts that are being made to 0 secure Ie the
Panama exposition for the District DistrictMANASSAS DbtrictMANASSAS DistrictMANASSAS tuel
I IRECEIVES
MANASSAS SCHOOL SCHOOLRECEIVES SCHOOLRECEIVES
RECEIVES 50000 50000MANASSAS 50000XA1fAS6AS 50000MARA86A8
MANASSAS Va V a April 14The 14TheanavBas 14TbeII l4TheMansma9
Mansma9 II anavBas C > ored o Industrial School has haswt hasd
ju wt d t received noeiv donations aggregating grecatln grecatlnft8t
BOM ft8t Andrew Carnegie Ca gives 15000 as0IIIPaItIea slsotePatties 15000Partle
Patties ta New York Y urk city tLaMlr X V and andpartiea ampartW acrdparties
parties throughout tJuo l1out the I Northern 01tbern South Southern SotRhern ¬
ern and Central States Stat < < a the remainder remaintlertIve remainderVive remalftdernve
Vive thousand dollirs will m be bI applied appliedtoward appliedtoward t ttow
toward tow the establishment of ofa a hospital tal talfor
OB dl1t11 vM for a trades tna building buikll rfil forbapeoements for forimprovements frbapreoementa
improvements to Rowland Hall Hallfor HallRul1 u d dCr
> Cr Rul1 W for other Improvement Imp flMnu to the in instHuthm Inastitritioue
astitritioue stHuthm stHuthmVhe tttadolLfte
Vhe cornerstone of thetrades the trades build ¬
lug m win be laid May 11 at The other im improvements 1mpnnemeitts bnprocements ¬
provements under consideration will be bemade bede besnide
made de during du the summer summerJOHN aummerJOHN summerJOHN
JOHN R WALSH ALSHBROKEN ALSHBROKENLEAEh BROKENLFAVENW BROKEN BROKENLKAVEKWORTH
LKAVEKWORTH LEAEh ORlH Kan April 14 14John If101m 14John
John R Walsh WaI b who ho to servtaa a sentence sen sentence 5eIIteace
tence in th the r Federal prison here re for formisapplication formteaP fori
i misapplication mteaP Ilcatloft of funds of the ChicagoPational Chicago Ch < o
National Bank has ha broken greatly tJy the
iss few w weeks and it is feared he may maycollapse
collapse mila eel lapse pee
1BRYANSAMMALS BRYANS ANIMALS I II
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SENT HOME AU ALIVE ALIVEt E EI
I No l t Carcasses Stuffed Skins Skinsand Skinsand Skinsrtisulate
and Articulated A rtisulate d Bones BonesFor BOae5for Boaesor
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For or Him HimJfBFST HimNBKYO HimNW
JfBFST NBKYO YORK K Anrn A MrCol l lR Theodows TheodowsoajMrvalt Thee4re Thee4reRertilt
R Rertilt oajMrvalt lMnaltwm > wli 11 not taagdeiotii stand sjon laate laatefanta 1A Ids hisfatsn
fatsn fanta Ws n am 8 animal coDsctor c collectsrBs oee oeerWai He tea arlvat a arlvai
rlvai fo Cot William Jeamfam 3 3three Bryan Bryanthree 8tyaathree
three tIlDeS union Democratic nomfhee for flJrOIe flJrOIePresWency the thePresidency thePresidency
Presidency > fbreover BT cover while Colonel ColonelRoo COIoaeIaett ColonelRoosevelt
Roo Roosevelt e t has sent t home dead sped IIpedT spedm0 specimens ¬
mens m0 Mr T Bryan sends hte hIIIaIIw hIIIaIIwJIcnIr hisallwFour altar altarFour =
Four members ibe1W of the Bryant tmuanngifc tmuanngifccame ieq erk ne icame I Ieaaae
came on too Eaeahu HaamargAmeriui Pl111rg rg Amad Inter InterBtacher linerBlocher I IUhI
Btacher UhI her when that sip r roturued turaed from fromthe f fromthe J Jthe
the cruise to the Straits t of 9fa Magellan xApDalaThe MagellanThe ellan ellanThe
The specimens are two 0 0cat flame aIaID a gimese gimesecat
cat and a monkey mqukeyWhile eT eTCeIeIIeI j jWhile
While Colonel Roosevelt has been beenroaming
roaming the t e Af African ican wilds wi Coked Cotcr > e Bry Bryan Bryan ¬
an has been exploring Sooth S alII alIIand America Ameeloaand Americaand
and though he hasnot has DOt qualified as a ahunter ahuater ahunter
hunter or a Jungle ju in 1e expert he has reams reamsI ramsof I
I of = information IIIIttrMa llla about the countries couBtna bo hehas I ITiaIted i
j has visited Just now he Is 1 In Porto Portoi Pot PotRJeo PortRho
i RJco and be is i expected to reach here herein herein hereIn
in a few dayThe daysThe days daysThe
The advance guard of his menagerie menageriei mena menawhlrb menageriewhich
i which he acquired in Buenos Ayres A1e8in wasin was wasin
in charge of Mr IT and Mrr Gould C CLrfeta C1Aets CIkts
Lrfeta friends frtends of Cokrn cololwl Bryan who whoreached whoreaehed ho hoIM4bed
reached Buenos henna Ayres on the Blucher BlucnerJust BhJCMrjust Blucherjust
Just In time to attend a banquet Jn JnBryans JaBryans inBryans
Bryans honor given by the mayor ma or of ofthe eelthe
the city cityThe cityThe cityThe I
The mayor wa was th the on who gave p e the thepeaceful thepea thepeaceful
peaceful pea ul llamas to Mr Bryan He I
Stylish Cassimere and Cheviot Cheviotpatterns C heviot heviotpatterns t viot viotpatterns
patterns cut in in the extreme models modelsthat modelsthat nodeIsthat
that the young men want and with wfrheach witheach b beach
each Suit is an extra pair of Pa Pants PtsYou PantsYou s sYou
You have never had that opportunity
before Sizes 14 to 20 years yearsSpecia yearsSpecial yearsSpecial
Special 1350 35
Mens Neglige Shirts ShirtsActually Shirtswo
pct Actually uailY Worth wo 1 150 150If r rIf
1 J 5 5If
If youve Shirts to be bought boughtthis boughtthis boughtthis
this season dont pass thislotover thislotoverThey this thisIo lot over overThey overThey
They are exceptionally good value valueand valueand ialueand
and every pattern in the entire entireassortment entireassortment entireassortment
assortment is a choice one Theyare They Theyare Theyare
are Coat Shirts with plaited plaitedbosoms plaitedbosoms plaitedbosoms
bosoms and an attached cuffs cuffsin cuffsinabout cuffsinabout in inabout
about twenty of the newest ne es nat nattiest nattiest nattiest ¬
tiest patterns youll find anywhere anywhereAll
All sizes sizescut cut full and fittingMea fitting fittingMens
Meal Mea Mealsloe White Mesh Me k SOIBHHS Underwear Underwear1th UJKIerw r rwith
with 1th I sleeve sloe and anklelength draw drawera dnwenthe drawarethe
era enthe the weight wed b that you are needingrlpht needing 39 OQ
right now Regular ar 5Oc Oc value Jut Special J 7C 7CMens CMeats C Cfens
fens Athletic Underweer l hi extra extaor emssad good goodgrade goodsl
grade sl slsleeves of Nainsook NaiD ook made without withoutsleeves withoutSWt
sleeves = and knee length I SWt drawers drawsWorth witbout29c 29c 3Q
Worth 5Oc Special iJC C
A small lot of Mens s WhHe lIke Madras Coat CoatShirts 01etSId CostShirts
Shirts SId s with cufEs attached Youll need needa
a White Negligee Sbht or two during durkitthe durinthe =
the warm scseof supply supplyourseI ppy yooractf yourndfthese wHb w wpecM CC CCth 65
th these K SlOO oaes S Spt pecM ciel C
made quite an elaborate speech in pre presenting preHIIttnc presenting ¬
senting the beasts referring to Bryan Bryanas I Ias
as onr r dtting < b hninnisbed aIabed eitfaens from the theStates theSm
States StatesJust StateltJust SmJust
Just how the Siamese S une e eat reached rae reachedBuenos ed edBueaoe i iBuenos
Buenos Ayres YIeM was not told to Colonel Coloneli ColonelBryan
i Bryan He did not press for the infor information i infaireti t r r1IIILUon ¬
mation eti n The tat was wa the gift of a dIe dfeittafuhihed diet
ittafuhihed t gu citizen who ta said aSd t 10 have haveswefled ha8aweIJed havewith
swefled with pride when he referred to tothe tothe
the tll e < ple0ure it gave him 10 o vreseat t our ourhonoret oarhOlOl ourhoiore
honoret hOlOl hoioreate ate from th far off States Statesi StatesUls Stateswith
i with this i feline WGJNIerAa wonder wonderAs
As with the llamas so If te the case of ofthe 0 0t ofthe
the t cat Colonel Bryan ia declared red net netto taotto riotto
to have ol batted an eye With a a baara baaratog bsmtu
tu tog face and Use smite tie that never camewith came cameon
on 011 even a when be was wa a shaking IIan bands bandswith IJ
witha bands bandswi
with wi Republicans be a knew would vete veteagainst ete eteapIallt e eagainst
against him he made yet one mere merespeech DlGI morespeech
speech of thanks thanksMofikej thanksMonkey
Monkey Another Surprise SurpriseBut
But still another aorprtoe awaited a his hisThis htmThis J I IThis
This was w If when the JRORk monkey was pre presented preeated presented ¬
sented it gibbered with a velocity not notequaled BOtequa notequaled
equaled equa by the most a et talented taJeMecIpeaktr stump stumpspeaker stumpspeaker
speaker when It was brought bnMI Into the thebanquet tINbuaquet thebanquet
banquet room fhe n colonel ta said said to tohave tohave
have looked at tt appreheurtrdsfears apprehensively I pr His j
fears eaIII were well cnnmded ed It wa was wasto given givento giveto
to bins lie had to take It What WJtacould eto etocould b bcould
could be do doAll doAll doAll
All of the he anhaalavthe It llamas Ua the tteeS 11MSIUJIe theameee
S SIUJIe ameM cat and the monkey JIIOftkeywere JIIOftkeywerelint w re m mfirst M Msrst
first cuss c health whenthoy arrived hare hareantk herean
aDd an k they will be shipped to toNeb LmValn LmValnNeb Lfu olu oluNeb re reaDd
Neb at once The Tb sea ea voyage con contrary e8IttraIT enstrary ¬
trary to wishes said to have been Dee ex expressed expreMed expressed ¬
pressed by Colon Colonel si Bryan did the ant antRumo a aJdmall l lmals = =
Rumo mall a world of ofRamona ofcame KOd KOdHumors
Humors rs also came o on the Btuoher that thattwo tbttwo thatt
t two wo wors parrots a tapir two ringtailed ringtailedmonkeys dsagtai1edmolJk drig drignxnkeyr
molJk monkeys and a f few w other residents I Ifta of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the tropics are on the way north DDltbpnRDts as aspresents aspresents
presents to Colonel CoIo eI Bryan ry1Ul from froIDera admir admirers adm admers ¬
ers in various parts of South America Americaihts AmericaThis rtca rtcaA
This A hi8 rumor could not be essdrmedLABOR CMormed CMormedLABOR ce aned anedLABOR
LABOR WINS IN AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIA3TDXET AUSTRALIASYDNEY AUSTRALIASYDNEY
SYDNEY Australia April HElec HElections HBlecUOII 14 14tioaa ¬
tions for or members of parliament were wereh werepkf wereheld
h held pkf W throughout Australia Returns R t1ftlUl al already already ¬
ready received lIf iv assure e a working maj majnity tn tnty a ajoI1ty
joI1ty nity ty for the Labor party part In both bothouses bothuses
Ito uses The voting was wa heavy In Intrnse 1 1touse Intense
tense interest < t was as taken because for forthe forth4 forthe
the first tim time < > a coalition party opposedth opposed op opth
the th < I Labor ibor party
lEVENIA is SOLD SOLDjj SOLDFOR SOLDFOR
FOR AN ANINVESTMENT ANINVESTMENTA INVESTMENT INVESTMENTt
t
jj J A Wynkoop Accepts Acceptsi
i 25000 for F Street Apart Apartment Apartment Apartment ¬
ment House HouseThe
The LsvenJa eaIa apartment a boos lo located 1 1eat Iccated ¬
cated eat at 618 61 F street aortfeea has hasbeen bytH hasbeen
been tH sold far a oonoMerathyn o a llleraan of ofti11 f rT1Ieade fTheEfti
ti11 TheEfti The eaie was main through throughthe
the arm of c Girdlr r4Ir Dent for Job JohA John JohnA JobA
A A Wyakeop WyakeopBvilt WynketipBaUt Jl JlD
Bvilt D for six ax fariHmv tarl1 the building buildingThe buildingOCCtIptes buildingaxples
OCCtIptes a Jo1t 11 by 1 IN fee The Thenew TbeJl Thenew
Jl new w owner whoa same e has not been beenannounced b baallOuneed beenannounced
announced will hold It AM an invest investment inH inveatmeat tt ttJlW ¬
meat meatOther JlW menti > nt ntotber
i Other sales made asa e recently by Gardi Gardiner GartUner Gardiner ¬
ner Dent induce the u following
For 34 VI U 1 Bussett M 211 1 Kleventh Kleventhstreet Kleventbstreet lslevenbstreet
street northwest t a twostory ory pressed pressedbrick pre58 pre58brick pressedbrick
brick hovse oonisi coutatuhig sitgr I six Ix large largerooms larger largerooms
rooms r oma and all tiled t bath tIa to O L 1 Kenney KenneyThe KenneyTIM KenneyThe
The consideration colllJt ertI4Hi ta said to have been
515 515FOr 51 5151For it itJI
FOr JI r U L W V Starr f North Carolina Carolinaavenue CarolinaaveDue Carolinaavenue
avenue southeast t a frame rave e structure structurecontaiBin JltructJreCfHltaiainJ structurecontaining
containing six roo roCe ns modern bat bath h and andFor an4lIar andcellar
cellar cellarFor lIar lIarFor
For U 1 L w Starr 444 and IIfI 44C 04 Newton Newtonstreet Xewt Newtonstreet n nstreet
street northwest tweetory colo colonial colonialbricks < 0 1 otIial otIial1N1cka t I Ibricks
bricks cont4atateg C4 six rooms rvo modem modemtiled mOfler8ttl moisrntiled
tiled ttl < ed balL The parch purchasers asers of these theseproperties tIIeteopert theseproportion
properties opert whose names are ar wHfi wHfii wt h hbflcL hheld
i held will occupy oeeapyTJte U theca o t as tames hosudgTbe tamesThe
The consideration for each ta said to boi toe tohave
i have e been 4 4For 451A 451AFor 4 41or
For Charles R P Wire builder builderEleventh Siea Sieaeventh 2 2Eleventh
Eleventh eventh street IICrtb northwest west a two twofiory t tJ twostory
tory J < brick rlek house of colonial doafgr doafgrThe dngrThe gr grThe
The pucbaser LouisA Louis A Proctor will willoccupy willUP3 willoccupy
occupy UP3 the house as his home The Theconsideration T Theconsideration e econsldent1on
consideration was t585e a8 8 9
tJ Big Specials Specialsat at the Big BigStore BigStoreFriday Store StoreFriday
Friday and Saturday will be two days of unusual opportunity opport nity for our ourpatrons ourpatrons ourpatrons
patrons Our buyers returning from fr fi1 their afterEaster trip to the market marketbrought ffi marketbroughfwith lrket lrketbroughfwjt
brought broughfwjt with them t em representative repres tali values yalues that one circumstance or another anotherthrew anotherthrew anotherthrew
threw intp their hands at considerable concessions in price You Y OQ may be besure beure besure
sure each and every one measures up to the Saks standard st ndard of quality qualityelse qualityelse qualityelse
else they would not be here But they are most timely and therefore all allthe allthe allthe
the more to be appreciated Ifs It s a aHfamily family affair affairappealing appealing to every everyman everyman everyman <
man woman and child in Washington Washingtoni WaslingtonMens WashingtonMens
Mens i Plain and fancy Serge r ram 15 5 00
Plain am ana and fancy rancyLassiinere Cassimere suits suitsNot SuitsNot <
Not ot just SI5 15 Suits Suitsbut but values that plainly show their greater gret r worth Theyre cut in the Saksmodels Saks Saksraodeis Sa
models els made in the Saks way fit and have alfthe all the characteristics of o Seks ks Suits There are about 1001 1001Plain 100 100PlainBttte 100Plain 1 1els
Plain PlainBttte Blue Serges and Unfinished Worsteds and 150 Fancy Caasimeres and nd Cheviot in this seasons seasonsat seasonsattractivepltter seasonsattractivepattermc
at attractivepltter tractive pat terns Every sise is represented represeat Tfcy Ley are fesily easily So 5 better ter than the price priceI
z 300 pus pAirs 9 of Menfe Striped Worsted vV o tedTrou Trouaerg rs in new ne v patterns t Shat nat at are both neat and anddressy anddrPssy 9
I dressy > spring weight wei ht and perfect fitting Special SpecialYoung Special SpecialIN 340 340IN
IN THE BOYS SHOP SHOPYoung SHOPYong
Young iVIeifs Suits SuitsWith Boys oys Knicker Suits SuitsWith Boys oys Knicker Suits SuitsThe SuitsWith SuitsWith
With 2 Pairs of Pants With 2 Pairs of Pants The Biggest Value of All
Four different patterns in Double DoubleBreasted DoubleBreasted DoubleBreasted
Breasted Suits excellent colors each cadiwith eadicwith eachwith
with two pairs of Knickerbocker KnickerbockerPantsfeut MicJcer6ocknPants KnickerbockerPantseut
Pantseut Pantsfeut Pants cat full and a withevary with every poohla point pointcflcefaffy p9 nt
la cflcefaffy 61 errary ii1y reinforcerl AB size q S 2lS7 g 7 r to toSpecial
17 years
Special 298
Strictly All Wool Tool Cheviot and andCassknere andCassimeie andCaere
Cassknere Double Breasted and Nor Norfolk NorfcSuits Norfolk ¬
folk fcSuits Suits with Knickerbocker Pants Pantsdoubie Pantsoobie Pmtsdaseats
daseats doubie oobie seats silk sewed pants lined linedthroughout linedthroughout linedthroughout
throughout all seams taped A11szes5 All Allsizes AUsizess
sizes sizess S to IS years yearsSpecial yearsSpecial yearsSpecial
Special 500 5 v
mm slg 150 Pairs Boys r Knee Pants straight st asght cut t t in in plain Blue J and Fancy Cheviot Worth up u P
to S150 150 a pair t 39c C
Menis Soft Soft Felt Bats BatsWorth ats I IWorl
Worth Up to 300 300Special 300S 185
Special iSpecralThese SpecialThese S eclat eclatThese i a
These are broken broken lots of the theseasons theseasoos theseasons
seasons popular PoP ar shapes shapesAltogether and colors colorsAltogether colorsAltogether
Altogether there are a good many manyof manyof manyof
of them but buloflany of oflany any one nestyie style only onlya oniya
a few in broken sizes But any anyone anyisa anyone
one is isa a desirable Hat i in < n a desir desirable desiraBle desirable ¬
able shape and xl in a quality that thatypu th thatypu t tyou
ypu can bank on onCmUoniA ondnal H
CmUoniA dnal s 6 Wiao4 WIa Widebrim k > im Smmr 1 1ni Hate Hatein lIaUII
in ni II al ealets sajlnhia for Cbfidrai from eIa
10 Speofcrf SpeofcrfClmdrens 10 ee Id years Worth up to SU4 SU4Speofcrf 140 140CbNdteits eIa50c 50c 50cC1idIdJtons
Clmdrens Wash Hats BataTana Tarns Middy iddy aid aodYacht ndy aidYacht
Yacht y Cans Duck Linen and Pique Pfouethey Piquethej
they the are mao nteei > UB from factory ends of oCpMMIg ofcoeds 1 fa fagoede 0
coeds Worth up t to 50r Special I lC lCOmdranc C CCIIIIdreRE Cclitldrmn
Omdranc Gemime Panama Hats hi small snaildin smallshapM
shapM din pM Hats that youB pay almost ahnostAVbrth atmo almostdouble t tx
double Wbrth496 = AVbrth 5495 as mneh x for a lJe lJeatmo little later laterWbrth496 295 I
Womens Ties and Pumps PumpsWorth PumpsWorth
Worth Vor Up to 400 400Special r rSpedal
2 1 0
Special SpedalAlmost SpeaalAlmoSt SpecialAlmost
Almost all the popular leathers leathersare
are represented every size is here herein herein herein
in both light and heavy soles with withplain withplain withstn
plain stn toes or toes with tips tipsand tipsandthe ti and andthe andthe
the lasts are the shapes of the hour hourEvery hourEvery hourEvery
Every pair strictly GUARAN GUARANFEED GUARANFEED GUARANTEED
TEED FEED in every feature featureMens featureIeRSr featureAssts
Mens Beachmade Ties T and Pumps p Ia isstich Iasack Iaeach
sack Rev models as the higharea and high mgaheei Ws highheel
Reel shapes Patent PatC t Colt C dt Russia RUti5IaCalC RussiaCatt mla mlaOsIf
CalC anti Gasmetal Catf calf AH AHsfees AHaDd ARnines
nines aDd every mY pair p guannkscd guarantoedto QV 3 Qt QtWorth 95
Worth up upevery te S800 00 Special SpecialMisses c pedalMlsaes 3t7tl 3t7tlMfeso6
Misses and Childrens s High and Low Shoes Shoesand Shoesand
and Ankle Strap Pumps In Patent P e t Colt and andGuam aadGtmraelal Bd BdGVR
Gtmraelal GVR Guam Calf all all sizes and every everypair everyo evenspair
I pair sftaraatc o cad id Worth r up to tomoo GJ1 150 150Bo1s ETA ETAS230
moo Special sp Bl BlBoys 51DU 51DUBoys
Boys and Youths High and Low Shoes ShoesCoH s srt
f In mannish hale made up In I et Kid Patent Pat43fttaM
= 1arf1 Js JsKid
Colt and Gunmetal Calf all sixes sixesami elsesaadlei i
aadlei aadleievery ami every ev < < y pair pairguaranteed MIk guaranteed Worthup Worth WO h CV 200 fill fillup I
I up W 4 S3 3 Special eou D UU
i Specials of Int Interest rest to the Fisherman I
Sampson Steel Rods with patenUocking patenUockingreel
reel seat cork handle ha le Special SpecialKingfisher iaL eo eo eo eo eoKingfISher 2 25 25Kingfisher 5
Kingfisher Black BlackVat Waterproof proofFish Fishing Fishin Lines Linesfull 3F711
full 25 a yards Special 0lZC 2C
Extra Heavy Nickelplated Double Multiplying Multi Multiplying 1v1ulting ¬
plying ng Reek steel pivot bearings snd u jewel jewelcap jewelFbating <
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cap Special SpecialFloating I 115 115size 15 15size
F Floating Minnow 1blir i no v Buckets full f Jl 8quart Q i isize + i
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size Special l e <
Pen Pennsylvania ns lva nia I 1Tnm rt fl11 Seventh SeventhAvenue
Avenue jY U1p lJ mxtp aigSeventh aigSeventhAvenue Street
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