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Commerce Chamber May MayReconsider Mayj MayReconsider
Reconsider Question of ofJoining ofJoining I IJoi
Joi Joining ing Civic Bodies BodiesMOVE BodiesMOVE I I I II
Several Members Regret Action ActionTaken ActionTlken ActionTakenCowardly
Taken TakenCowardly Cowardly Says SaysGranviHe SaysGJlnviBe Sayst
GranviHe t trifle M Hunt HuntfauVadsM HuntT HuntkdIestiaas
fauVadsM T dM today t are that lice Cbam Cbamrtruggle a aber Chaather
her fill f OIeree js s slated fOr another AII8tIterUII5JIIe anotherirnggle
rtruggle ever the quoetton que tIoR ef whether whetherit
it should jots the recently organized organisedcentral orgaDbedCftIUaI organizedcestrai
central body of dtiaens assoctatione saeodatioeWhat assoctationeWhat as ocItIoD ocItIoDVMt
What Kroarises to make it more or orless qrle eriese
less le ef a spectacular affair is the fact factthat factUIat factthat
that several members who formerly op oppe opM oppeeed
pe peeed M ed the Chamber aasberr affiliating with the themovement UteJDeYe themevemee
JDeYe movement teRt have e reconsidered re < oDiII Ierecl their 1 eir ac action actioR action ¬
tion and a are preparing to Mae up withthe withthe with withthe
the a4 advocates ooateR of the propositionO proposition
O ORe e of these UN e members la Granvllle NHunt X XHmK XHaM
HaM JEn Oct fact t It te J Xr Hunt who fe feprepartefr 16to ispreparhng
prepartefr to have the question q1M tIoA brought broughtup 1 Jat Jatup
up again for discussion He declared to totay toi37
tay that he was convteeed CMtrl oecl be bea opposed opposeda
a meritorious rI1or1ou proposition and that he hemmurt beID8aJIt hemeant
meant u to right his action if It were pos possible P peerkible ¬
sible rkibleAccording siblebring
According to Mr Ir Hunt Ire 18 gig go to tobrIItg tobfbg
bring tIM mutter ter up at the next meeting meetingof
of the Chamber c1sa ber He intimated that thatthere thattboe thatthese
there were several other meaner JIMIIdters of ofthe olthe ofthe
the Chembar who like himself had op oppueed opthe opp
p pueed med the arflMatlen but who now real restistheir reaiized realbIM
ized istheir tIwtrmtake their mistake and would back him himStyles himup ahaup
up tIM efat to have the q1M gneetbn gneetbnrespes Oa Oar Oastyles
r respes ed
Styles It Crwaiiiy Crwaiiiypurt
rite Chambor CbaM J 1e Ia a poeitbs JO kIoa to be beerieleM
erieleM 11 I I fa f aYblg played a cowardly cowanllyIIM1 cowardlypart
purt part IIM1 said Xr Hunt when It rafHsed rafHsedto reCw ed edte
to Jet the central body alter it had ladorgested hadoriginated ad ado
originated o the idea III and made the organ oraanies organisertc 0I8Afti8adoa
ies isertc dOa of that body bodypoedble possible I did not notrealize notre lOtr
re r realize liae this t I as much at the time the thematter tItede thematter
matter de was up for discussion dl k a ae I do don do1MW donow
n now wand sad Ithtek I think It hi I something tbtDg thatas that thatgenerally
generally tr wfil wipes become me more apparent apparentto
as ue U goes goesh 011 aDd UN faR
to rIP rlg the matter mattertended matterMr matt mattMr
Mr Huat Huts IUUIOUDCeDellt that be III
tended t tended bringing < < the matter up in the t
Chamber undoubtedly win influence the theo Uteell theeeasldertlOn
naldertlon o ell hntloa of o the special committee committeewhich commltteewtdeb committeesow
which h > now drawing up the cottstfto ooontttjthee COD tIt
it liens ttaa for the central body of orr asnoUa asnoUaMr
Mr r Damsels OpiaMRIt Opiates Opiateswith
It i expected that with a posUrfttty posUrftttyand poeilt OIdJIGJtyet city cityof
et tIN chamber room4deruu l It ha aetI action actionand R Rlid
and lid applying for membership in the eat central eattraI eeDtrat ¬
tral body 1 ody the constitution will be sodrawn so sodrawn 80to
drawn as to permit the Chamber tsJc tsJcH taklac
lac talcthis tIdII step at any time Jt my desire de Ire Irere
Chamberwee Eraem re t HChamber H Daniel wee chairman of the UwCOIDII thecomm
Chamber comm commed committee ttee of fifteen which whichreeammended wldckr whichorganizing
recommend r recommendtal ed the tI e organizing of ofthe the cea central ceatJ ¬
tral body and Dd wiIoe wiao nuoiK e e report ret Ort g was w ofa a n turned tannedr t tdown turneddown tunae4down
down was as particularly r1y gratified r upon uponlearning upGIIIeamiDg upcolearning
learning of 0 Xr r Hunts H1D1t a intention to re reopen r r0peII reopen < ¬
open the matter matterI matteram
I am gratified Iaed however ho er I cant say y
I am greatly t1y surprised su declared Xr XrDanieL XrDanIeL MrDaniel
DanieL It is Just what I expected expectedwould expected expecterlwould expectedt
would be done when the Chamber had hadtime badue hadthink
time t to think the > matter tter over I wasnt wasntvery wa wasntrent nt ntecy
very ecy much worried when th the report reportJ
of f ae committee ee was rejoe rejected ed edI becawe
I thought t m time the Chamber would wouldoeme wouldct wouldcome
come ct Me around to the committees way of ofBLACK ofBLACK oftMnkfag
tMnkfag tMnkfagBLACK
NEW YORK April ILSInce Since April 14 14of 14Carrie 14Mlle
Mlle Carrie Hartt eighteen years old oldA
of 8 Sfceepshead Bay bas received three threeBlack threeBIack threeBlack
Black Hand H letters warning wand g her eI with withvarious wtUIvariDuIJ withvarious
various threats to grre up CarrollJchlilhng Carroll CarrollScMtttag CarrollScidIIbIIr
ScMtttag ScidIIbIIrSebIDtDg ScMtttagSebOttng <
SebOttng to a Jockey who w o was ar arrested arr arrmed ¬
rested r last winter charged with stab
bine hU b employer R L Thomas a aweHknown aweITJuaown awellknown
weHknown turfman He now is m ha the theeallllor theea
eallllor ea of Samuel HUdreth who w o has a aat aseawe astable
stable at Sbeepsbead Bay
Kiss Hartt who fe 1 tall and ad handsome handsomexor
Is at a lOBS to account tOt the Jette Jettefor letters lettersfor
for her acquaintance aequaiR with Schilling i ishe Is IssIIIdIt Isdeclares
sIIIdIt she declares declareshas dedaresShe declareshas
She has placed her case ea e hi hnthe the hands handsof bndsOf handsof
of Pollc Inspector lD peCtor John J 1 OBrien and andCapC andCapt andCapt
Capt Charies Cra es Formosa who have ob obtained obta ohtune ¬
tune ta the Ie aid of central office men menfor menAll menAn
All exbau exhsoetive tlYe search is being made madefor madefor
for the writer of the letters lettersXr JettersMr lettersMr
Mr and Mrs Xr Lewis Hartt parents p reots of ofXtos ofHartt ofMbs
Xtos Hartt are much wrought up over overthe overthe overthe
the missives es
Panama Canal Officials Say SayWork SayVork SayWork
Work Will Be Done Doneby Doneby Doneby
by 1914Panama 1914 1914Panama 1914pJmam
Panama Canal entbuoteota mar have havea 0 0a
a doable opportunity to celebrate the thecompletion theeo thecanpietlon
completion eo apMtIon of the giant project uniting unitingthe uaItID uaItIDUte unitingthe < <
the two oceans 00 The first will be when whenit
it is really completed and the t e second secondwhen 8eCOIMIwhen scondwhen
when it is l officially declared de alared to be becompleted beoompJeted beoomepiMed
oompJetedThe completed completedThe
The canal Tvfll m be 8 open early 17 in 18K 18KThis 1IKThIs 1814This
This is the tmofachU declaration from fromhigh fromhigh r9111 r9111Jdgh
high official sources sourcesThere MJUreMTltere sourcesThere
There is a possibility D IIIbIIItT even that It Itwill Itwill Itwill
will be completed > e4 and ready for the thepa theor thepassage
pa passage songs of ships a trifle before IIeI re that thattime Uaattime thatUm
timeThe time timeThe
The same authorities oCOdaUy of ldalh stand standby staaclIt7 standby
by their telr announcement that the w wrk Wertwilt wrkwnt rk rkwill
will be done in 1S1i The Tb latter JaU < < date t to tochosen i icbOllen Inchosen
chosen because they do not want to totake to1ke totake
take any ay chances and disappoint the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people who propose to oelebrat In other otherwords otherwonts otherwords
words it is not to be a long 1oIa < < shot Butbarring But Butbarring B1Itbarrln
barring barrln a slide of unusual proportions proportionslabor proporttoDJbor proportionslabor
labor trouble resulting re uJUag hi a strike or orsome or80Me orsome
some other unforeseen obstacle oI obeta tacIe theren there thereis
is no reason to doubt that he het t the t e short shortbut shortbut Itortbut
but costly waterway will be b open on the theearlier t theearlier e eearlier
earlier date Sven were the usual ob obstacles 0bstacles ohMacics ¬
stacles to turn up slides floods exces excessive exeeeBlve excerslue ¬
slue sins 10 orttnary delays in securing securingmaterial aeeurtngJDteril securingmaterial
material there would be no reason reasonset to toset toet
set the te date so far ahead as asWith Ma MaWith JII6With
With the rate of prcgree pro that thatbeen bas basbeen hasbeen
been made in the t e past pa pr taad and the thethat period periodis
is believed to be long enough to deter determine daermine determine ¬
mine the basis for progress in the fu future futureth futurethere ¬
ture tureth turethere there < < e will 111 be no postponement t of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the date Ships will be able to make makethe makethe makethe
the passage pa asge in 1914 1914i D14CAR 1M4CAR
Amendment Requires Motor Motormen Motorm Motormen
men m n to Respect Pedes Pedestrians Pedesj Pedestrians Peckstrians
trians Rights RightsUpon
Upon rteommeusutiou reea mendsdoe U I v eC e Que A ASefcuMt ASdndM ASchaldt
SefcuMt SefcuMtthe sosirhtant t corporatist c coned conedthe aMi aMithe
the r rpolice Iostabdoaers rv have amended nl tile tilepollee thepolice
police regulations so as to provme provmepenalty a ay apenalty
penalty y for the reckless or orttllg careless carelesshandling eai elmu elmuhandling
handling ttllg of street cars ea eaTIle m in cufllsMW cufllsMWThe cofnsiorThe
The amended ameIM ed regulation pre ptovMes ides that thatstreet dIMstreet dmtstreet
street cars as well as herse horsedrawn drawn WD and andThe andmeter 1 1JD8tOr
meter vehicles aJIIII bicycles slat Eire Eireway tt I Iy
way y to p at street crosinas crosinasfhe I ITIle
The penalty is a One of not leas Ie than thanld 1
ld 1 nor JIO more than 1140 1140JAMES 40 40JAMES 4IlJAMES
James 1 Reed Lusby of the theotftee disbursing disbursingoffice disbursingoffice
office of the District government t Is re receiving receIYtng receiving ¬
ceiving congratulations today on his hisweddtec Idato hiswedding
wedding to lapse Fannie Ben Gray Graydaughter GraTdaalRter Graydaughter
daughter of Charles W Gray of c Cavandale Cavan Cavandate ea eadale
dale Washington W Groves Xd XdThe MdThe lid lidTbe
The ceremony cereIII4 Dy was met WednesdayWishing Wednesday WednesdayWishing
Wishing Wla to avoid the preliminaries prv Iarles at attending attenc1tntr attending ¬
tending a big wedding ID < < Xr Lusby and andXtoe andMMrn lid lidKIM
KIM Gray after telling tetu a number ber of offriends offrleDdll offrleno
friends of tdr t en intention quietly left leftfor Jeottfor leftfor
for Baltimore where they were married marriedby marriedBy marriedby
by the Rev W J Wey WeyXr WeyMr j
Mr and D4 Mrs Lusby returned to Wash Washington Washtl WashIngton ¬
ington tl < < ton Sunday night and will make maketheir maketheir maketheir
their home bo e at the Leumas Vermont Vermontavenue Vermontavenue j javenue
avenue and 00 Q street northwest northwestKeep nortbwe8tKeep northwestBeep
Keep The Complexion Beautiful BeautifulCta BeautifulNadineFacePowder
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a appearance azKe so munchmired munch ad admired
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clog the tlrepores pores Harmless HarmlessAy Harmkssas HarmlesshuwaterPrevents
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fy of discokirations d1Sa1ora ons White WhiteP1 WhiteFlesh
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Ptic Prepared5y te by 7 NATIO NATIONAL iAL TOILET CO tJSfL tJSfLSold PIS1ESSold flIII flIIISold
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and highclass toilet counters
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Leonard Refrigerator j
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T The e iIMedoII is oC seamless unbreakable poneiainpure white whiteeontenr whitewishes
wishes corners and 8MIIy cleaned T The e shelves are re of timed dnaedwire timedsteel
steel wire seaMy removed The air crcuIa circalatba is perfect pedectTIM perfectThe
TIM MIter cases oC tills Refrigerator is of satin walnut and audJIM andk
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10 Per Coat Disc01mt on Acconnts Closed ia 30 Days
DAUGHTERS OF 1812 1812Reports 1812Reports
Reports Considered at Open Opening Opening Opening ¬
ing Session of National NationalConvention NationalConvention NationalConvention
Convention ConventionThe
The President P eSldeat a and d Mrs Taft t tomorrow tomorrowafternoon tomorrowaft9ntOOR tomorrowafternoon
afternoon will receive at the t e White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse V1dteBou
House Bou e the delegates to the convention conventionof
of the Ie Daughters of or1S1 of1 132 l2 holding Its Itsfirst Itslint itsfirst
first national meeting In Washington Washingtonthis ashIngtoathis
this weekWith week weekWith weekWlt
With Wlt Mrs WIlliam G Gerry rry Slade na national naUoo8l national ¬
tional president in the chair the theDaughters 1heDaugltters theDaughters
Daughters of 1812 181 met this morning in inthe inthe I
the red parlor of the New Wlllwd HoteL HoteLThe HoteLThe HotelThe
The session was given over to routine routinebosluesk rouUneaad routinebustnt
bustnt bosluesk and to reports of offteers from fromvarious fromvariolul fromvarious
various States Tomorrow afternoon afternoonfollowing afternoontoliowfag I It
following t the visit of the delegates to tothe tothe tothe
the White House Hou e Mrs Noble Newport NewportPotts SewportPotts NewportPotts
Potts will give a reception for them themat theIRat themat
at her home 1132 n New Hampshire Hampshireavenue HampshireaTeG1Ie Hampshireavenue
avenue avenueThe avenueThe
j jD
The Daughters D ghters of 1SI2 who are attend attending attendI attendlag ¬
far the national convention of the so society society ¬ 1 1cIet7
ciety hers enjoyed a a reception at the theEbbttt thei I
i Ebbttt wtt Hoiee Rott e test night About Aboutg1MtIt8 i a00 a00gueits J JTre
g1MtIt8 Tre r re received by Mrs William WlblamBlade WilliamGerry
Gerry Blade of New York national nationalat uaUo nationalpresident al alpre 1
pre president p l eDt at of the Daughters Kis3 Y 3 Alice AliceBradford Li LiBradford JIc JIcBradtonI
Bradford Wiles WI of Illinois first vicepresident vice vicepresident i
president pe ldent JCtee Slade of New York Yorksecond Yo lockseoend
second vice president pre 1dent Miss MI Edge ofNew of ofNew I INew
New Jersey third vice Yie president Mrs Mrs3ara MrsSara I
Sara Mitchell State president of t Penn Pennsylvania PeaaSYInuata Pennthe ¬
the sylvania a Mtes star starMassey E E Massey Masseychapter regent of ofand
the Decatur Chapter of ofdel t PhIla PhIladelphia I
delphia del and others otherse othersTbe othersThe
The e reception was attended by a number num number ¬ 1
ber of the Daughters of th the be AmericanRevolution AmericanReeOIatkrn American A1IHItcaaR4mluUoa
Revolution many of whom bad remain remained remainI remainIed ¬
ed over at the close clo e of 4 l the continental continentalcongress roattnenta11 continentalcogro
congress bg N to attend this convention ofthe of ofthe
the Daughters of 1812Among 1813 1813Amonfr 18I 18IIIJOD I
Among IIJOD the real Daughters of 1812 1812or 1812or 1 1or
or daughters daI of men who fought t t in the thewar thewar I
war of W12 II1 attending attend lac the convention conventionhere eonYentloRhere conventionhere
here are Mrs X Jane Jeseup Je Jess up Nicholson Nicholsondaughter lIr Nicholsondaughter 1
daughter of General Jensup p hero of the thebattle thebale
btte battle ti of Nfegara Nta FTa Xrs nr Mary ary Dana DallasStrong DaHaStrong DanaSbOD
Strong SbOD daughter dau daughter < < iater of of Commodore Alexander Alex Alexander AJexan4er ¬ I
ander Dallas and Mrs Cornelia Dean DeanTilford DeaDTilford DarnTilford
Tilford daughter of Commodore James JamesVASSAR JamesDean 1 1DeaD
DeaD wb who took more prize vessels than thanany I
any 7 other man 1ft the service serviceVASSAR errieeVASSAR
TAKES OWN LIFE LIFEDespondency LIFEDespondeacy LIFEDesk
Despondency Due to Overst Overst11dr Overst11drBelieved OverstBelieved d dBefieved
Believed to Be BeCause BeCause BeCause
ANDOVER VER X Xency > > lass April AprileIICY 3tDeslea4 3tDeslea4escy
ency due to toe toetuCie dose aU attendee to her heretn6iea
etn6iea tuCie fa 1 believed to have been the thecause tileCUI8e thecause
cause of the suicide of Nile Ads Aaa Brooks Brooksa
a freahnHka of Vassar CollegeThe College eouesThe CoUesarho
The girt ended her life by 1 y hooting riiootmgnersetf t1bootla t1bootlatbrCltUfb hootingherself < <
herself through the head with a re revolver reVOIver revolver ¬
volver A few minutes before she had hadbeen hadbeeR hadbeen
been talking talkfn with her parents pan ta about about t her herIntended herbateDded herintended
Intended return to tocollege college MJse MJeBv Brooksentered Brooks Brookssmered
entered Vassar v but fall and ad was waarom absent aleentfrom absentfrom
from rom college e Dewe ot O < account of illness iltoesaher IlIDMLHer illnessHet
Her dforta iO o win Ant place toW em emher onher
her health aid 111I she was compelled towithdraw to towithdraw towttIIdraW
withdraw from school aeho l on account of ofnervous ofDeJfOUS ofnervous
nervous eoUapm A short time ago herMather her herfather bertaUler
father sent t her io i Pall River with the theIt thehope thehope
hope a chance would benefit I her er health healthIt wJAIULIt
It to belie belied ie > d the girl bought the u thehome re revolver reolver ¬
volver at Jril I nca ncaIntending < 1 River and JaCl brought broughtborne tt ttbome
borne m mlife with er Intending IntendingRiver to take her herttfe MrItte
life ttfeCOLONIAL
LONDON April at JCAt At Sothebys SothebysV SoU y
V 4 42 > 2 2G was paid at auction for a col cotlectkn collection collectkrn ¬
lection of official correspondence re relating relaUng relating ¬
lating to the Colonial olonl period of America
1 1Two
Two Dead Three Thr e Fatally FatallyInjured FatallyInjured j jInjured
Injured in Colorado ColoradoState ColoradoState ColoradoState
State Prison PrisonQNYON PrisonCANYON j jOANYON
CANYON CITY Colo April 26 GDo1lbte 25lioubteguards GDo1lbtegvanIa Dowble Dowbleguardsare
guards guardsare are on duts duty > today as a result reswltof re resultof lt ltof
of a mutiny in the Colorado State peni penitentiary p ptentiary ¬ I IteDUary
jvista I IYIeta
which ch two eon eonvtets 00
tentiary last Ia t night in w
vista were shot bot three others were fa fatally fataDy fatally ¬
tally injured laj red and a few were seriously serioonlyhurt seriouslyhurt serlou l lhurt
hurt hi the battle following the outbrieic out outbreak ootbr ¬
break breakThe br brieicThe 8k 8kTbe
The trouble wife started by byTohn John Bro Brophy Broplay Brophy
phy a trusty sent eat up for seven seven en to four fourteen fourt fourWftt ¬
teen t years for burglary bnrgiaryhave who was to tohave tobave
have been paroled today to Y In some way wayhe wayhe I
he had smuggled emu Ied a pistol into his hi cell cellWarden cell cellWarden n nWanten
Warden Thomas Tynan had Brophy Brophybrought BrophYbrou Brophythat
brought brou < < ht before tore him and told t4 14 him that thathe
he had gotten wind of the s f tACt ct that thathe thatbe
he was planning an D outbreak oat1 out rek hiss and would wouldtherefore wouklt pubtherefore wouldordered
therefore t thereforehe < < etore refuse to sign his hisrefuse parole He Heordered HeonIered
ordered him to return to the cell cellAs house houseAs houseAs
As Brophy was about to o enter rat r the thehe cell cellhe
he seized his joo KID a and shot down the theguard thegaanI theJohn
guard John foots He then opened openedthe openedthe
the guardDail theguard cell doors for four other prisoners prisonersand prisonersand ners
and started down the corridors for the theentrance theeIItrDee theentrance
entrance to the arisen arisenWarden prisonWarden
Warden Warned WarnedMeantime WaI11edXeaaUme Warnedbfeaatime
Meantime a trusty tra ty had coramtrakwUed coramtrakwUedwith
with ate u warden anI who was also arousedby aroused arousedby
by the commotion made adeby by other prison prisonem prts B
em m their atetnpts to escape escapeto
War warden eft T7JUUl ran with ot1 other er erIt guards guardsa
to It the Ut scene shotgun shotgunbuckshot men 1ft haBet ads
meeting the fteeID eing meR 4tp8BM opened Are AreBlall re
Blall ai y em emthe emthetth tled tth tthbut bl revolver at the tbeaDd
aDd andemthe pards but failed to lilt liltgun
s wu loaded with WIda1taebhot
TYDaA gun
buckshot buckshotpeed and his 1 shis first t shot blew the theMarderer
bed e Q Of John Miller a burglar hIIrSIarier8r burglarMurderer
Murderer ier8r KilledAnother Killed KffiedAnother 1C Be L
Another guard killed John Bradley Bn < < I1eY I1eYur amurderer a amrderer
murderer ur erer in the rime way Bradley Bradleyent ncAeyt
was seat ent t up 1It a year and a half age for forthe tortlM forthe
the killing k lI of patrolman John 1obaIa Stephensm Stephens
m Denver His n capture was effected effectedmftfr etrecteclattft effectedafter
after mftfr the t killing < < in baa hiacross a spectacular ae chase chasea e mesad IIe IIeac
automobile and andafter aa4after sadafter
a ac across siTcormtry comt17 in an
after a api pushed pI cried be4 battle battleThe bttJeTM battledown
The third man shot aaot down was w AlttitfltJobD80D Andrew AndrewJobnaoa AathewJohnson
Johnson who killed a marshal on the thestreets theM thestreets
streets M of Lamar several years ago agoThe agoThe
The other convicts fatally fatall y yB shot bot wert wertBrophy wertBrophy
Brophy B y and W G G Williams W lIa UI lent sentup sentupfor up upfor upfor
for burglary two years ago Both BothHama Wil Williams WIll ¬
liams l and Miller 1lJ < < had pevtously given givenmuch givenmuch Yea Yeab
much b trouble to the penitentiary of officials offtdaJa offidals ¬
ficials and had once escaped escapedUSEFUL acaJJedUSEfUL escapedUSEftI
A COAT of Natural Japajac JaMc as anoMed anoMedU aINIIIedaid pIim pIimever
ever aid U or < < DeW anoteiun or 0 eft clout eIDt wB wBwould wI8Weu w wdeabls
deabls a lice y die original od5IaaIaIo originalcost
cost aIo varnish would otherwise soon sooni toORbe soonbe
be washed a < < worn oil oilPORCH 0HPORCH
i PORCH FURN1TUKS FIIR should be beteeted etested
tested and beautified each spring ag wUh wUhatec wt wtalac t taec i
atec It is bestto best to use the t tieod e color of ofMo ofMoAnisit the theWICKXR die1N
Anisit 1N but Y 1 yea wish 10 change die U c color colorm Ioc IocJIad
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I merved arseervedee hotneed and aII beautffled bmad ed with me the ugg we of olf
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in House of Representatives RepresentativesFuneral Represematives RepresemativesFuDenal Represe ices icesFuneral
Funeral services for Modern M > Tay Taylor Taylor tayJer ¬
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this 0 afternoonat the home of ht his daagh daaghter dauKhter daughter
ter Mr A K Maple tI iii 2 Morton Mortonstreet Jlo Mortonstreet on onstreet
street northwest t The Rev J Howard
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years ago he was appointed a messen messenger DleMeIIla zneasenget ¬
get In the House of Representatives Representativesaerving RepresJmtadYeviDg Repres atactt wes wesserving
serving viDg there until his last Ja t Illness illneesMr IIbteeBXr IllnessMr
Mr Taylor died yesterday ye tenlar afternoon afternoonat
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son Charles E Taylor of Chicago
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welted weI too soles Choice of gun gunmetal gunmetal gunmetal
metal or patent coitskin leath leathers leathers leathers ¬
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every pair guaranteed to give giveyou giveyou
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popular for onepiece frocks frocksand frocksand I Iand
and for auto coats as this thisBrilliant thisBrilliant I IBrilliant
Brilliant Pongee and you youshould youshould j jshould
should take advantage fvantage of theoffering theoffering the theoffering
offering made tomorrow tomorrowlst tomorrowlstfloorSilk 1stfloorSilk 1st 1stfloor
floor floorSilk Silk Section
Protest against again < < the use of felt as ascovering asiror a aoovatgfer
oovatgfer covering for ore hall In the District of ofColumbia ofCoI ofCehmebit
Columbia CoI to again 7iade It to tIN th Conarais Conaraistoners Commisebnera
toners by the Amalgamated Sheet Metal XetalWorker KetaVorken MetalWorkers
Worker International 11Itf1D Alliance Ac Accompanying yeom ArcompaDytng ¬
companying eom the protest Is a list 1t t of olINllc olINllctap build buildings buildlags ¬
tap on which It Is I said the material materialis
is used Building Inspector Morris says saysthat 87SIt my s sthat
that It test of this material have demon demonstrated demontrated demonstrated ¬
strated Its adaptability a as a proper roof roofcovering lfYJteoTer1nC roofcovering
covering and bas b recommended that Js Jsuse HJU8 i3use
use U8 be permitted which recommendation recommendationis I econu1eDdaUtis
is approved by the Commissioner Comml8 loDen
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