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Head of Washington Force ForceAdvocates ForceAdvocates ForceAdvocates
Advocates Central Bureau Bureauof
of Identification IdentificationDENIES Identificationi IdentificationDENIES
Recommends Rec Promotion for Merit MeritPensions Meri4emions MeritPensions
Pensions Efifaiiwtion Elimi Elh ciliation ation cf PeKtics PeKticsad PeliticsGd Pegticsaid
Gd ad Law Instruction InstructionBIJUCTMGHA IRStcDCtienBIJUONGHAX 1nstrt ction ctionBIRMINGHAM
BIRMINGHAM > r Ala May If u uUte Urging
the adoption of a uniform police system systemla
la 1 all I large lar cities of the United States StatesMajor statesXjor Statesactor
Major Richard Sylvester of Washing Wa W bIag ¬
ton t presides of the InternaUoal IDtelBtIO I Association As Association ¬
sociation 8 tIoI1 of Police Cb Chiefs e opened the theannual theJIB1Il theannual
annual convention of the association is istbs laJds intbls
tbs city today with an address aclclre poInt potatout poIntingout polntfng
ingout fng > out the means by which such such8DtI an anea saend
ea end may be aeoorapUefced aeoorapUefcedA 811ectlBpU It1I It1IA
A system of thte kind he explained explainedGovernment explainedWiKoId explainedwbld
WiKoId eftIIIve the 1BIDtMMUlCe antethanoe 1 by F the theoC theGovernment
Government of a central bureau of oferimteal ofcrtMIna1 ofcrI
crI erimteal nal IdenUncadoB Jd ctloc in Washington Washingtonand Wa htlllrtoR htlllrtoRJMI
and JMI the nee t > e of a similar method of ofcriminal oferbidaal C CcrtwdDaI
criminal identification ilelltifka OIl In all cities citiesIt eitJes04Jt citiesIt
04Jt It must be admitted said the ther theas maj major as j jor ¬
or r thai influences looking JooIda to the
< < estsabheoWt es establishment Mof ¬
tablishment of a police system 8Y em la t thfe thfeea tJdAoowatry thfucaxMmtry
oowatry lave worked marvelous chIm chImeJI chang changea
ea and not the least of these fe UK UKassociation UtetIoft theaeodatim
association tIoft of which you are members ber
The time win surely come when the theenjoy UteJi thesytst
Ji sytst wilt be complete and you wilt wilteDJD7 willenjoy I
enjoy the distinction of being the lead Jea4lie ¬
i ing lie civil defenders of the world worldH worldHAw l lHew
H Hew w to t Systematize Mettwds MettwdsBy KethedsThI et e s sTIdII
TIdII can be aosniptdsbed 14 as riIow riIowDr follows followsBy
Dr By the elimination of potttics from fromthe fromUte freesthe
the conduct of tfee e potto potfoelertsaetlsg pottoJB obce obce00IIIIact
JB > intrusting the conduct duet of foreee foreeetrained fereeto forcesto
to trained te the wertc wotlty wertcBy woc1LBy
By y ithsuriag terms GJC office to sa sapedes II IIederw
pedes ederw and > sabot + disates tee ssg faIth faIthfal h hfill
fill pM perfermanee of duty dutyB7 dutyB7
B7 providing as an encouragement encouragementfor eMMIt eMMItfor
for faithful perfonnanoe of duty dutTBy ampleBy ample ampleBy
By providing additional a dJtIoB 1 inducement inducementin c IlItlnt IlItlntin t tin
in pension MII Ioa and lid retirement provisions provisionsfee M Mfor
for those who are injured or who contract con contract contrACt ¬
tract disease in line of duty for the thewMtews tilewNew1I theWhores
Whores of those killed or who may die diefrom diet diefrees
from t disease contracted tIacted in line I M of duty dutyduty dQt7oa dutyOs
oa fat those who should be relieved or ordwqr ofduty
duty after II rr long years of faithful service serviceBy MIIYtceNQ1IIrta serviceBy
By requiring < < of forces familiarity familiaritywith fataWarityttJ fatdtiarttyunh
with ttJ the laws and regulations retu attoas a school schooling tIebooIiDC schooling ¬
ing by instruction drill revolver pine practice praet ¬
tice t Ice enforced athletic exercises and anddeanttneae anddeeatb D4 D4cIeaaw
deanttneae deanttneaeBy cIeaaw eUi nsBy
By requiring a reasonable but firmenforcement firm firmenforcement armenIMce
enIMce enforcement of the laws Ia humane treat treatef treatfIC treatmeat
meat fIC prk prilDllU esers and lid the aegregatioi aegregatioiM Oi Oi4C
ef lejMBto r aDd Bsv > wen0e lie offenders offendersMra OffPeadereMadera a < < aL Jau Jaueni
Mra eni Facilities Pat Needed NeeiedBy Nee NeededBy e eB
By B the adoptio of modem facilities facilitiesmotor faeIIttIeJDGtor facilitiesmeter
motor patrols signal systems first aid aidto aidto aidto
to the injured stat statMdans atatles ua Wprds with phy phytor phys
Mdans s for care of inebriates houses of ofdetention ofdeewsdoo
detention for w tIfeIDCD women n en and lid children and andt arc aatprint arcfinger I
finger print and lid JIIetrie metric methods of Ida hkltt8caUon IdattAattton
t iaeation ttAatttonBy iaeationBy 1
87 By placing m effect a telegraph code codemaintaining codematntstdns I
maintaining classified records ree rda dAily dallylookout dailylookout I I1ooko8t
lookout bulletins and using artistic artisiccriminal artisticBy i icrlIDIwIaI
criminal crlIDIwIaIBy advertising advertisingBy
By promoting to the detective serv service knl service ¬
ice l e skilled member of the force and andby andby andby
by advancing m the force according omerit o omerit I Imerit
merit commenrifible com emend tble bJe work to be recorded record recordBy recorded
ed to the credit of the Individual IndividualemJlloYiDs IndlvlduLBy
By By employing members ef of 0 fonds forces fo for forsudt torucb forat
sudt at periods of duty as will conduce uce to totheir Lotbelr o otheir
their best mental and physical condi condition CODdltloa condition ¬
tion and by adopting uniforms UD forma adapted adaptedto dapt daptto
to climatic conditions aII ani n particulararena particular particulararm
arena arm of the service serviceWere RrviceWere serviceWere
Were these tbe e features placed in effect effecti ef effectin t tin
in i the respective leIPeC e jurisdictions jurlldlc olul repre represented repnseaWd represented ¬
sented here today together to ether with a simi similar similar Simifar ¬
lar police uniform and equipment equipmentthroughout equipmentI equipmentthreo6bout
throughout I t there would Id be a complete completepeUce completepolice completepolice
police system In effect in America AmericaThe AmericaTJte AmericaThe
The Third T ird Degree ree Facilities FacilitiesMajor Facilities1IIajor FacilitiesMajor
Major Sylvester SyIYe er also spoke of the gen general general en enem ¬
eral dNcussiOit I a Il of the third UdnItt degree degreethroughout degrectheoghout
throughout tt the country during duItII < < the last lastyear IUotyr asstyear
year yearI
I trust trII < < enem and lid all at c you who whocommand wboCIJIRIIMI whocooisraad
command CIJIRIIMI forces he sal sail will ven venture venture YefttV ¬
ture tV te proclaim Kec your experience acd acdknowledge aadkswiedge Id IdoC
knowledge of this matter ttee m In order thatthe that thattte
the police of OUr own and other coon
1 1toIISU
tries mar forever sOenee s envioustongues envious enviousfair
toIISU tongues waiter what I heII bUave e an untab un onfl
fair fl > ir Impvtation ImpvtationI IMuo IMuor implonronvhloed
I am M convinced eoaYM e4 that ao such acts actsmaintain acta1IlsJatala actsmalawn
maintain generally or even moderately moderatelyamong MOcIerat4IIYaJDODg moderatelyamong
among the mteHigent JRteIU eat protectors IrOtec of ofand lives livesand ttvesand
and property OB O the other had h nd you youhave 70Un youhave
have n discussed repeatedly in these UM e eemblaces as assemblages asembiages ¬
semblages + the humane handling halMJUI1 of pile prisoners prtaonens ¬
oners and a d your endeavor to promote promotekindness prOIII promotekindness te tekiIIdIte
kindness on the tb u part of the police to toward awanl toward ¬
ward children and to secure they tIMre tIMrespect re respect respect ¬
spect and confidence of the good c cDefends cW cWSo8II dtiDefends
Defends the Peike PeikeMajor P PekeMajor lice liceXajor
Major Sylvester S ve ter said that may natendijby
by reason of the nature of tae work workthe wer wertiM workthe
the p police Mc Institution m tttvtioft is mere f fr reqeeatty reqeeattyMcealled geendyassailed 4DtI 4DtIJNd
assailed JNd than any other otherThose oUaerrIIo otherTboee
Those rIIo e least IeII > > t informed he said the theIgnorant tJteignonut theignorant
Ignorant and the revengeful delight m mtormenting IIItOIJlMm Intormenting
tormenting tOIJlMm DJ the police hi a large Jr e mesa measure DieIUIeberts mesaare
are cherishing eberts IRg t the t o thought th Ught that the lat latter latter latter ¬
ter glory lory in interference and arrest On Onthe ORthe Onthe
the contrary so 0 far as the intelligent intelligentand
and courageous eou officer of cer te concerned his hisefforts hteefforts h he
efforts e < < erts are employed in preventing preventingcrime prn prevestingcrime ng ngcrime
crime preserving the peace and uplift vplttIII upliftlag t tteg
lag III < < humanity humanityThey humanltyThey humanityThey
They do not seek trouble but iffound if iffound Iftoulld
found by them it is theix tbet sworn duty 4lvyto dudsto dutyto
to stay It by fairness and firmness and andby a andby d db
by b force when necessary he concludedTViOBOYS concluded concludedNew coICluclecLTWO
New Institution Will Be Un Under Under Under ¬
der Control of Episcopal EpiscopalCathedral EpiscopalCathedral EpiscopalCathedral
Cathedral Authorities AuthoritiesAnnouncement AuthoritiesAaneuneement AuthoritiesAnneetneement
Announcement was made yesterday of ofthe ofM ofthe
the M comotMaUoa of two of Washing Washingtons W WtoIts Wnshi6tons ¬
tons mo most successful boys preparatoryschema preparatory preparatoryschools y y1ICbodIs
schools the Washington W School for forBoys forat forifoya
Boys at 3M mil Wisconsin avenue and 114I the theNational theNational
National Natle al Cathedral t School for Boys BoysThe BuysThe s sTIle
The new institution win be 1 e known as asthe alltJte asthe
the Cathedral School It win be under underthe 1IDCIerthe underthe
the Jurisdiction of the Protestant Spts Sptscopal EpIaINll Spleoppal
copal < < > > INll diocese of Washington WashingtonEarie WashtsgtosEarle
Earle X L Gregg Gre will continue as prin principal principal ¬
cipal of the Cathedral School which whichwtti whichwin
will be under the same board of trus trustees tnJatees trustees ¬
tees as the Cathedral School for GtrU GtrUhoadad GtrIaiJteacJed litreheaded
headed by Bfefeop Harntng Harntngla
la speaking of the tIIeuer matter today todayPrincipal tolayPrt todayPrincipal
Principal Prt cipal Hooper of the Washington WashingtonSchool Wa WashingtonSchool alnstqn alnstqnSdIooI
School for Boys announced that lasewould he hewould e
would not be connected with the new newschool DeWsehooI newschool I
school and that be bad mad made a no ar arrangements arraa arrangementa ¬
rangements raa emeat8 for the future futureThe futureThe e eTae
The Cathedral School authorities authoritiesmade aucbor1tIeMmade authoritiesmade
made an offer o < < er for my T school nearly a amonth amoath amonth
month ago and w we accepted he said saidI JIidThe saidThe
I The new institution should rank as ashigh ashlgh II IIhIsh
high both as to standards of scholar scholarship 1ICb0 1ICb0and scholarship
ship and athletics es s any aD prepsratorschool preparatory preparatoryschool preparatoryJiCbooI
school In the courtry with the possible possibleexception poutbleexceptlon possibleexception
exception of Andover Aftd ver and Exeter ExeterIt
It i te stated that the new school wlli wllistart willstart
start after the summer vacation with 1th at atleast atJe a aleast
least Je t M 3 boarders and a I half as many day dayscholars dayedaolanl dayedwiart
scholars scholarsfr edaolanlXr edwiartMr
Xr > fr J r Charles Greene a very promi prominent prom promIMIIt prominest ¬
nest cittaen of San Francisco FAIl 1 a and aIM who whote whoVeIY whon
te very much Interested in having ba the thePanama thePaama thePanama
Panama Exposition Expo tJon held hi S San n Fran Francisco Frandeco ¬
cisco la tttf has printed at his 11 own ex expense expeIUe oxpentee ¬
pense lib posters po ters 39 3 feet long I by 10 feet feethigh t feethigh t tand
high and is having viII < < them displayed yed in inthe inthe inthe
the City of Washington Wa hln on D C during duringthe aurtngthe duringthe
the second week k In May 1910 while a acommittee al alcommittee acommittee
committee of fifty representative cHi eltisens citizens cHiaens ¬
zens of San Francisco are in conven convention conentlon convention ¬
tion and using every t ev > E try effort t > to have Con Congress Congress on ongreM ¬
gress of the TnitPd I nit < i State > select st > lfct that thatI thatcity thatcity
I city for the Parama Par ama ExpositiAn ExpositionAdt FxpnsitinnAdvtNever Advt AdvtNever
Never Falls to Restore RestoreKb RestoreGray RestoreGray
Gray Hair f to o its Natural NaturalColor naturalColor
Color and Beauty BeautyNomatter BeautyNo
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I or orfaded faded Promotes Prom Promotesalururiantgrowt Promotesalururiantgrowtof < > tes a a1uuriantgrowth a1uuriantgrowthof luxuriant growth growthof
of healthy hair Stops its falling out outand
1 and 114 positively removes Bxa BxadraH Dadruif Ys Yst3rau >
draH Keeps hair soft Dtmd and glossy glossyWill glossyI
I Will not soil skin or linen Will totinjtre not notI
I injure your hair h1 r Is not a dye dyeS dye8a
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3 Send = nd 2c 11 fer free boots Tbc The Care d the Hair aad aadSkJawPbHoBaySoCo andI aad844iPbNoEaySpcc
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I iSc a at a dmffgist 11 + Sead d JCc 1 + br I 1r umplc mi c tubsPEOPLES tubs taboPEOPLES tuboI
This Exact Seamless SeamlessPorcelain SeamlessPorcelain
Porcelain Lined LinedLeonard LinedLeonard one oneLeonard y
Leonard Refrigerator RefrigeratorCapacity RefrigeratorCapacity
2225 2225Capac
Capacity Capac ty 60 lbs Ice Icei IceT1ds
i This refrigerator is just jv t like tbe illustration iliu raOon to the therlpt theright
i right It is lined with aeunieM white parhelninsteel parhelninsteelfused oreia4nsteel a1tsteet a1tsteettued
1 fused at a temperature of tiiA 2 ill S o 4hpee arees and combining combininginto ID IDinto < <
into a lining ao strong stro that it cannot be broken with a ahammer ahammer ahammer
hammer It Is as smooth as glass nonporous pure purwhite purewhite purewhite
white noncorroive noneorTOf > ive and may n 1 De be perfectly cleaned wtih wtiha
a damp cloth The refrigerator is n25 25 Incites wide 42 42inches 42inches f fInches
inches high and 18 inch Inches deep with an ice capacity of orlb
11 9 lbs lb The outer cue ens is of satin walnut it has nine ninewalls nln nlnwalls ninewalls
walls of Insulation and all the interior parts are remov removable nmoable removable ¬
able for cleaningSelect cleaning cleaningSelect clt > aning aningSele
Select Sele t Your Furniture Here ere Now N ow w During Our OurTbe OurMay OurMay
May StockReducing Sale SaleThe
The thousands of extraordinary reductions make it itwell Itwen itwell
well worth your while < < hile to select now The Th reductions reductionsare
are IS per c cent nt t 2i per cent and n < I even SO A per cent t in insome in80me insome
some instances instancesMayer
Mayer Co
409 to 417 Seventh Street N W
10 Discount on Accounts Closed in 30 Days Daysi
Despite Economy Cry Ses Session Session Session ¬
sion Promises to Be BeRecord BeRecord BeRecord
Record Breaker BreakerBy
Economy talk notwithstanding this thisbilliondollar thlBIo thinsession
session Io oc Congress win DOt only be t < t a ab abtnlondoUar
billiondollar b session but it Utreaii t hreaLaato restAM restAMto M Mto
to break alt II records re ords in the previous s his1 his1tory his htstory history
tory of ottbe the Republic in 1ft enormous ex ezpesditure expenditure expeadItare ¬
penditure of money moneyIt JItOIHtyIt
It looks BOW as if the t appropriation aparepriattongfor aPiKoP aPiKoPtor
for this session Ion would exceed the t e appro appropriations aJlPlOprlatJoaa approprlatloss ¬
priations of tile last regular a melon se sIan to tothe tothe 0 0the
the extent of about J 18 fiiEGA001 eo W and reach reachsomething rchsollMthtn reachsomething
something < < like Woeft0 1GMOOtW 1GMOOtWSboahi C CShould ii iiShould
Should President Taft veto the river riverand meraDd riverand
and harbor bill which he is not notpeeted ex expected ac acpeeted
peeted to do the total appropriations appropriationswould approprla 0D8 0D8woaJd
would be held down considerably slderably below belowthe beio beiothe belowthe
the appropriations of the last reguUr reguLtrseesfon reguUrsession reguLrse
seesfonSince session sessionStoce se IoD IoDSIDce
Since the beginning of this Adminis Administration Administration AdmtDIstradou ¬
tration many efforts have been made madeto m de deto
to lop off 0 < < expenditures in the departments depart departments departJDeIlts ¬
ments But the Government keeps right righton
on growing its fields of activity ex expanding expadbtg expanding ¬
panding its functions multiplying multiplyingPor
For a number of years the expendtnres expend expenditures expeo4ture ¬
tures of the t e Government and the approprlatlons ap approprtetions appropriUoDs
proprtetions of Congress have been beengrowing DeeagrowiDg boongrowing
growing at th rate of about S ai ApLOS1 ApLOS1a XM oCIII oCIIIa > 9 9a
a year It might bt be supposed this year yearwould yearwoWd yearwould
would be ircrk3d Jr rk by a step in the direc direction cUrectJoD diretcties ¬
ties back w 14 l the old figures but the theoutlook theoutlook theoutlook
outlook is not promising promisingHere promlalngHere promisingHere i
Here is about the total tA tal of the different differentbis
bit bis au supply bills as they t ey wUl tUtaad t stand when whencompleted wbeAted
completed aampk ted te Thte Last LastSession Luts
Session s Se IoB Session SessionAgriculture sioa31Ie SessionAgriculture
Agriculture 31Ie IaIN 1M7M UAIl UAIlArtily i1J9adb i1J9adbArmy lX i iArmy
Army S 4Mi + WCT MUKJtt MUKJttDiplomatic WI1JiM1D 1t11iJ83Diplomtlo
Diplomatic D 1c 4UMW XCUK1 Li138iiDistrict XCUK1District 1aJ8I1District
District of Cot 3MK4M 14i1tiIl 14i1tiIlFOrUakt M Wai WaiFortttteatKMe
FOrUakt FortttteatKMe 5 5R1MiJ TM9 2170Ul 2170UlIndian i11oUlztdiaa ai711i1Isldian
Indian ztdiaa S0 1tIkf < M eOG > 0 > > 1LJU982 1LJU982Legislative 1L5t98Lefislaue 1186398Leiislative
Legislative Lefislaue n SM7a 8 4 3XOH0 3XOH0Military LWZ6i8Military N NM11tarr
Military Leiislative Academy 19 JII4I tt < S iSSUSa iSSUSaPewrtoni 25Zi4i1Navy 5I1mSavy
Navy 13S Ul7 7e14 IIK 18590619 18590619Pension 191 191h
Pension Pewrtoni h S 11bt MS W 3WM8COe 3WM8COePoetoffice 3I1E8ooo9PoetoPce 00 00PoCeCnze
Poetoffice PoetoPce 3 341ht1v fl iOt 3M a46IZJ a46IZJRiV 169i1gi1 169i1gi1River 98 Je JeRiver
River RiV < < and harbor 54aldd Rt p pSundry > X 943 43730 43730Sundry iao iaoSundry
Sundry visa UUMiI lll WSJS 137 m6Z3 m6Z3DefieIeDcJ 13ipibt3Deilciency 9G 23 23Denctency
Denctency 17KKfcfi 17M < t 2M 2MMteceiianeons Ii3le339 Ii3le339MiceUaaeos 339 339t
Mteceiianeons MiceUaaeosiwUU4 t M iWWJ OvOOi 126iil5 126iil5permanent 125151iPenDaDent 126861permanent
permanent annual annualappropriations aatItIaIappnpr1atIoDa l
appropriations 1A858882 m MI1 2 1 11 11Public 1f11i1R 1f11i1Rbuu M 2 2Publio
Public buiUUnns 1 buu u1 lditye 16W 15 i e81iArt None NoneGrand NoDeGrancI NoneGrand
Grand total totaIh1 V Vthe t tam 304415 114457 114457La r rLarge
La Large e allovges ano c 1 i H made from fromthe fromthe
the figures agur s as giver and still the thegrand thegrand thegrand
grand total will be at ive > ve the total of ofthe orthe ofthe
the appropriations of he ie e last regular regularsession regulareceflon
session sessionSWBD 8 eceflonSAYED Icm IcmSAYED
It Is noticeable that some redactions redactionshave reducUoRShave reductionshave
have been made ma e in a number of th ththjr the theupply1 thebig
big supply upply1 Mils Ilb Til TN army army navy and andpension andpenlon andpension
pension bills show considerable consi era 1e par paring p paring r rInr ¬
ing The n sundry civil bill has b I been beenheld beeaheld beenheld
held down dew so that It is about 26 26below 25OM 6 6OMAe
OM OMAe below last years MIL I IIL But Butthe Butthe Butthe
the Senate may be expected eqHtCt to add addhere adelto addtc
to this aware n wllleb h has hot yet yettlw yetpdsaed
pdsaed the House and what is saved savedhere Y Yhere
here is J more than th swallowed up in inthe 1fttlM Inthe
the river and harbor Mil and in the thepublic UtepuWJc thepublic
public building bill It to the gen general g gaoral ¬
oral 1 expectation about t the House thatthere that thatthere tbatthere
there will be a abite public building 1HI dlftK meeauro meae meaeJZ1
Ire JZ1 which Sa llk likely r to carry fully fullyWhen fullyWhen
n nWhen
When It i Is recalled that such scone economies sconeave ¬
ave 188 as hare a e bees ma made in the de department deJMUbDeDt departasentt ¬ J
partment estimate acd 41 appropriation ppropr1atlo I
have been made largely by damming no noeconomy up
expeaees for tM tillle DCms which WIll I
have to be provided for sooner or later
It becomes apparent that the problem ox o t
economy le a bard one to solve Ive
So far the House is slow Iow to act OB
UK tI iseia rt seia proposed JMOPO ed buftteetw methods cow cowi
t o i The House Committee O mmittoe on Ap
proprIatkmB tfons has done nothing nothlp with tills thteJe thiswhich
bJh which hu pu passed ed the 5eJaa Senate
The Je government has more revenue to toSSi IaII issight
SSi II sight d1t fiLS to meet the 11Aft increasing 1 PProprbv approprtas
lP tI lions na J than fL It did before < the new tariff tart < <
but whether the supply II1IPI IY will be ade adeous
quate ow fOl an y length of f time bJ a sort
ous ensFUNERAL attention attentionFUNERAL qaeettoaFUNERAL
Funeral services were held at 3 oclock 2oclocktMs oclockis oclockthly
tMs is afternoon at the Ooak k Hill Ceme Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery ¬
tery Cnapei Lapel for Sits X S Frances Joee Josephine JoeepbI1te Joeep61ue ¬
phine Dopey Smith widow of the Rev HerThomas RevTbomu RevThomas I
Thomas C Smith Mrs Smith died diedSunday diedS1mcIay diedSunday
Sunday evening yeaia < < at her residence in he fseBraddock t le leBraddock
Braddock apartments The Rev William Wil William ¬ i ilJam i
liam D MOM X pastor pa IOr of r the KaJorama IsaloramaPresbyterian KaJoramaPresbyterian i
Presbyterian Chnzeh conducted the theceremonies th thceIeInOBIe theceremonies
ceremonies ceremoniesMrs ceIeInOBIeUn ceremoniesMrs
Mrs Smith was a native or PrinceEdward Prince PrinfEdward Prfn PrfnEdward
Edward county Va Delicate health healthprevented healthprevented
prevented her atendance ateD ancll at college ieg an awl an1he awlshe < 7 7she
she he was educated at home under u a tu tUf tUfAt r rAt rAt
At the age of twenty hre ty she was marr marrito marrto 4 4to
to the Rev Thomas C Smith SmithIfia Ui U Uqu < n nI +
I his death dt > ath in Montana thirteen year yeari YfaP yeaago
i ago P Mrs n Smith came to t this city arresided ar anresided arheft
resided here with her daughters Fran Franand FranIUtCI Franand >
and Elisabeth until her death Duriti Duritithe Dulinthe Dun n nthe ¬
the whole of her residence rMld here she wa waas it itan Wa >
an a active member of the Church of ih ihCovenant 1 1CoTenant thCovenant <
Covenant CovenantBesides CoTenantf1I CovenantBesides
Besides f1I her two daughters Mrs Smif Suittleaves Sir Smifleayes in inleaves
leaves three th sons Canton H Smith of ofSeattle cfSeattle r rSeatt
Seattle Seatt Wash Thomas Thomas C A Smith of ofSalt orSalt offlalt
Salt Lake City Utah and the Rev RevRobert RevRoben ev evRobert
Robert A Smith of Spokane Wash
Under It All Civil War Vet Veterans Veterans ¬
erans Would Get 12 or orMore orMore orMore
More a Month MonthJus
Jest r as the annual pension teJUIIo WH of the thecountry tbecoaatrY thecountry
country is feeftianmK to aj skew cw w a decrease decreaseIn 4 CIM CIMIII
In size it bete being aIJf aK 4 < a slang has hascome baafOIDe hascome
come a measure intended to Increase Increasethe tDcns1Ietbe Increasethe
the pensions of all those tbo e now drawing drawingan
an aaBtttty from the Federal Government Govern Government ¬
ment It enacted tats bill will more morethan morethan e etbaa
than restore reI1 the total t 1 pension apprepcinflea apofopria apofopriadon 4P I Idoa
don to its It former high level levelProvision Je9e1o levelProvision
Provision o Ido Is made in the pendtair mine minenre measure
ure for an II tncreaee of all pmskins below belowSI
SI 12 1 a month to 1 12 an above H2 12 and aadnow andnow
now below JM III to SIC K a month JllGDda all alland above aboveM
155 M and below sa now to S a month monthIn
In addition to this the Mil 1 11Ut provide providerthat providethftt
that all veterans of the Union army who whoserved whoerved whoserved
served as 8 much as ninety days 8 and aodwere andwere andwere
were honoraMy honorabl1sdirgedT discharged be placed ply on onthe Oftthe
the pension eftldon 011 oils ol at t J12 fi 1 a month monththey whether whetherthey wbfiberthey
they were injured or not notFurthermore notJrurthennore not8urthermore
Furthermore all widows of veterans veteransof
of the th civil war are to have their pen pensions pensloua ¬
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MARCUS NOTES Auctioneer AuctioneerSpecial AuctioneerSpecial
Special Attractive Sale
10000 Collection of New Furniture from a Local LocalFurniture LocalFurniture LocalsFurniture
Furniture Establishment and lot of Fine Slightly SlightlyUsed SlightlyUsed
Used Furniture from a Legation and other sources at atPublic atPublic atPublic
Public Auction without reserve or limit on Thursday Thur y
May 12th commencing commen at 1030 and continuing fol following following following ¬
lowing dos day at same time until every en article is dis disposed disposed disd ¬
posed d of within my Salesrooms 426 9th St N W WThis WThis WThis
This Sale Embraces an Exceptionally fine fineCollection fineColection lineCollection
Collection of FurnitureBeautiful furniture furnitureBeautiful furnitureBeautiful
Beautiful Mahogany aho any Parlor Cabinets Cabl fu Vernte Martin and Inlaid 35 35hogaayMusic Ma Mahogany 1 1boaraaY ¬
hogany hogaayMusic Music and Record Cabinets rabinets Mission Weathered Quartered Oak Oakan Oakan Oakand
an and < Mahogany Kaho aDY Settees IttHs and Chairs tS Beautiful Shat Snaving Stands in various variouswoods varIouwood
woods Wicker tier and ad Rattan Furniture Mahogany Mal y and a I Curly Curi Birch Bedroom Bed Bedroom Bedroom ¬
room Furniture Chiffoniers Chltroni China Closets Mahogany and Del Quartered QuarteredOak
Oak Buffet and Serving Servl 1 vin Tables Wing WI Cabinet bi Extension Exten ton and parlor parlorTables ParlorTabl ParlorTables
Tables Tabl Dining Room a ad d Office Offi Chairs Beautiful tful Parlor Furniture in inuites inuHfS inauiteye
uites and separate te pi pk e s Hail Ii Seats and and Mirrors Fine Ladies Desks DesksMassive b bla
Massive la lItve Enamel and nil Fir = < e R Reds > Js Bedding B ddtng tprig Upright 1prl < < t P Plano no 30 New Go GoCarts GoCarts
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the Knights of Columbus C was formally formallyopened f formallyopeiled < < JBally JBallypeoed
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delegates State te Deputy JVha T Brew Brewresponded Brewre Breveresponded
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m a membership in this State sad a a por parden portion pordell ¬
dell of Delaware of r about 3MX 251l Pttts Ptttsburg PiUsburg Pittsburg
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