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Asserts Theres Something SomethingWrong SomethingWrong
Wrong In Allowing Loss Lossj Lossof
j of 30000 30000Continued 30000Continuod
Continued from First Page Pageshculd Pageshculd Pagethculd
shculd be resorted re to the allowances allowancesfrom allowancelltrom
from Bean might brine xin his b W bid a few fewhundred few11undred
hundred dollars lower than Killeen KllleenCatonK KilleenCatons
CatonK but under prevent conditions conditionsland condiUonsand conditloiwtrd
land as s the contract now stands U there thereis > re reis
is a a difference of I f 21 2J0 against the theJa1er tax taxpayer taxpayer ¬
payer payerThese Ja1erThe payerThoee
These e if specifications according to toIr
Mr Ir CHryt data dat ask what amount tttt ttttcontractor tJMcontrOtor theContractor
contractor willallow wU alloW a1Io the District in the theevent theevent thecvent
event the contractor decides to use the theDiet theD theDlztrlct
Diet D Dlztrlct trict r let dump also 180 the additional additionalcharge adthUonaltharge ddlUonalcharge
charge if at any time the collection arH arHIs ar arb
Is 3 increased increasedThe IncreflMdThe ncreaee ncreaeeThe
The vtrtsuccessful bidders contend that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Committee of Awards A r construed construedboth eoft8trUe4both construedboth
both of these ulCs Urn as actualities and andaccepted aadaccepted
accepted the high bid bidA bidA bidA
A representative of Killeen Caton Catonreceived CatonreceIved Ctonreceived
received the following letter dated May Ma3from
2 from the Commissioners C which hfeh let letter Jtter letter ¬
ter is now in M Garys possession possessionThe poaoafonuThe
The Commisrloners direct me to tomake tomake tomake
make the following response rNpo to your yourhas yourommunlcatlon yourcommunication
communication asking ktng what dt disposition dispositionhas po ltlon ltlonhas
has been made of the proposals of Kll Kllleen Killeen Ku Kuleon ¬
leen Caton for the removal of ashes ashesrand ashesand ashesand
and miscellaneous refuse in the District Dlstrlctor
tor or Columbia submitted by them March Mrcke23 rch
e23 23 IMO 1910The
lThe The proposal of James H Caton and andiJohn andJohn andJohn
iJohn John P F Et Killeen received on March rch 3S 3Sto 3Z 3Zsto
3 sto to collect and dispose of miscellaneous miscellaneousrefuse mtceliaDeOurefuse miscellaneousI
I refuse was not accepted as It did not notconform notconform notconform
conform to the requirements of the In SIntrnetlons Iniptructlons InGt1UcUons
iptructlons Gt1UcUons to Bidders that a description deecrlptlonot
3 of the method of disposal should accom accompany accompany accotePanhtho
pany the bid bidThe bidThe
Panhtho 4 The 0 proposel el of James Jam H Caton and DdTohn and43ohn
I 43ohn John F Killeen to dispose of ashes was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not accepted because it was not the thelowest thelowest uieowest
lowest proposal a received receivedWhy recedWhy recelvedC
C < Why High Bids Bi s Are re Accepted Acceptedi
i By order of the commissioners dated datedjApril dtedpr111 datedMr11
jApril Mr11 pr111 1 1910 the proposal propo sl of Michael R RBeady RReady ItBeady
Beady to collect and dispose dl po of miscel miscellaneous miscelianus cel celhancous ¬
laneous ianus refuse weekly for a period of ofJflve oflftve ofv8
Jflve v8 years rs from July 1 M IMO 10 and the pro proiposal proposal proposaI
iposal posal of James Jm 8 W Bean to collect and anddispose Ddd1spo anddlspose
dispose d1spo e of ashes a hea for the same period periodwere periodwere periodswore
were accepted These T being th the lowest lowesttformal lowestiornal t tformal
formal proposals propo al received and being betasconsidered beingconsldered beingconsldered
consldered the most advantageous to the theDistrict tbeDlstrkt theDistrict
District DlstrktThe
IS The action of the Commissioners was waabased W8based wasbased
based upon recommendations to them themt themby themby
t by > y a committee < appointed for the pur purpose purpose nurpose
pose consisting of the superintendent superintendentot
of Street Cleaning the chief clerk of ofthe o othe oftho
the Engineer Department an assistant assistantcorporation asItantration tant tantcOIJ
corporation cOIJ OI1itlon > ration counsel and the chief clerk clerkof clerkor clerkofe
of ofe the auditors of ofnce Bee Tfcte r committee committeegave committeeae rommitteegave
gave ae the hearings to the bidders and andtheir arWthElr andtheir
their counsel which hearings have been beenreported bothreported 6 6reported
reported stenographlcally for the in information Information Information
formation of the Commissioners and andhave andhave andhave
have been considered by them themFor themFor themFor
For this reason the th > Commissioners Commissionersdo
do not deem it necessary to give f ve any anyfurther BYfurther anyfurther
further hearing heari nor do they tbe believe it itadvisable Itad1 Itadvisable
advisable ad1 able or proper to change their ac actlon actIon actlon
tlon in approving appro ng the recommendations recommendationsof
> of this committee committeeSigned commlttSigned committeeSigned
Signed W TINT TINDALL ALL Secretary SeeretaryBord SecretaryBoard
Board of Commissioners CommissionersWould CommMelonersWould CommissionersWould
Would Change System SystemRepresentative SYltcmRepreilentatlve SystemRepresentative
Representative Cary who upon the theshowing tbeshowing theshow1ng
showing made above has introduced a areeoluUon aresolution
1 resolution to change the entire system systemof sy t8lllof
of awarding awardingsuch such contracts in the Dis District DIIItlU1ct Dietrlct
trict so that the work ortc may be done by bytho bythe bythe
the municipality and not bv private privatecontractors privatecontractors privatecontractors
contractors is unable to accept the ex explanation explanaUon oxplanation ¬
planation planation coming from the District Districtbuilding Districtbuilding Districtbuilding
building in fact he is rather caustic causticJn cau8ttcIn causticJn
Jn his criticism crlU lsm of the manner in which whichthis whichthis whichthis
this particular contract has been award awardea
ea and does not hesitate to say y that thatthe thatthE thatthe
the matter > r requires a full investigation investigationupon Inve t1gatlon t1gatlonupon
upon which he will insist insistIt InswtIt InsistIt
It is here in plain pl In figure rftl said Mr MrCary lri MrCarv
i Cary Why hy should the people of the theVistrict theIitrict i
District be required to pay more than thanS30000 thansoioo
S30000 0000 in excess eXCf of what a responsible responsiblefirm re responsiblefirm ponslble ponslble1inn
firm offered to do this work for and
for the performance of which they gave gavea ve vea
a bond which by the way never has hasbeen hUbei hasbeen
been bei > n returned to them themlam themf themlam
f lam unable to say as yet where too
trouM lies hut I have become firmly firmlyconvinced firmlvComlnc firmlyconvinced
convinced Comlnc that there is something wrong Wronft
at the District Building I have bA e dealt dealtwith dt1twith desjtwith
with these kind of cases before and I
have smoked smok out a few of them It is ismy I Im Ismy
my m intention to pursue the name tactics t
here and those who expect me to drop
th matter will be disappointed dI nted
Incidentally the th whole system Y of
refuse collection in the th District t of Co ¬
lumbia umhi is wrong and the th work is not
properly jJropt > rly attended to Only thooe who ho
are ar willing Jllinlt to tlp these collectors coU ors sue
cred in having their ashes and waste
artl articles les removed with anything t like reg I
ulRrity The man who rho fails J1 to tip re roe
ceiYf1i < eive no attention and is brazenly
passed by bvResponsibility byR byResponsibility
Responsibility R > ponl bilit the Question QuestionThat QUOItionThat QuestionThat
That however is incidental Inclfj ta1 The Thequestion TMquestion ThequeetIon
question is who is revponstbto for this
joss 068 to the District Dl trict through the
accept acceptance acc pt ¬
ance nf of a high rather than a a tow bid of
equal merit meritEspecial meritEspecial meritEspecIaL
Especial attention is directed toward
the fact act that the bidder who received receivedthe receivedthE receivedthe
the > contract to remove miscellaneous mIsceiIaneourefuse
refuse which includes
such articles
as aspaper aspaper aspaper
paper rags tin cans n and other house ¬
bold accumulations exclusive of gar ¬
bage is required under his contract to
TO make but one visit weekly Under the
Killeen Caton bid the Commissioners Comml loner
mlght have required two collections per
week these bidders making no distinc
Jtion tIon between a w wtekly kly and nd a a biweekly
Collection lIecUon Ready Reedys 8 bid for two collec collecT
tJOnR per week vms iLWOO In excess exce
of T Killeen A Catons CatonsThe Cat Catnsq ns nsThe
q The makers of the rejected bids as aa
sert that the District was amply pro ¬
jected against any possible loss by a aJany
bond and that this should sweep aside
Jany any technical distinctions in awarding 1rdlng
the contract Mr Cary who is going Jfoln
to present the matter to t the House Die
trlet Committee will also have some somepJcy somepIcy
pJcy plC comments to make upon a techni t hnl ¬
cal loophole which he says has been beensought bfonsou beensought
sought sou ht at the cost of many thousands
Sto District axpenrCommiHioners taxpayers taxpayersI taxpayersCommisoioners
I Commissioners Reply ReplyThe ReplyThe ReplyThe
The attitude of the committee oa oaawards 09awards onawards
awards and nd in turn approved by the thei theCommlS8lone theCommissioners
i Commissioners is set forth as follows followsBidders COllo COlloBlddere followsBidders
Bidders are required to furnish a bond bondof bondof bondor
< of 35 2 per cent of the total amount of the thecontract thecontract thecontract
contract as a guarantee of its fulfill fulfillment fulftJlInEnt fulfillment ¬
ment In Ii order ord r to recover rf > on this bond bondIn bondIn bondtn
In the event of the contractor to carry carryany Car CarI CarNot carryin
lot I Not any anyThe in y Milk Trust TrustThe
The Original and Genuine GenulnHORLICKS GenuineLIOflLIOKS
9 5 5The
The Fooddrink for AH au Ages AgesAt
j At restaurants hotels and fountains fountainsDelidousinvigoratingandsustaining fountainsDeljcious fountainsD1idousinvigoratingandsutaining
Delidousinvigoratingandsustaining Deljcious nvigoratjngandsu tajning
Keep it on your sideboard at home homeDont homeDont homeDont
Dont travel without it itA It ItAquick
A Aquick quick qu k lunch praparai prtpara4 to a minute minuteTake minuteTnke minulaTikO I
Take no substitute Ask for io HORLICKS HORLICKSOthers
Others are imitations 1 I I
out o ut the terms of the contract it would wouldbe woulde
be b e necessary for the District to sue sueThis sueThis
This faa was vss taken into considera consideration con oonsIdeaion ldeta ¬ I
ion t ts in the rejection of the Killeen bid bidsaid bkJl bkJlaid bI4aid
aid s a member of the committee today todayThe todayThe I
The Commissioners are not required requiredto requlr i
to t o accept the lowest bid hut the lowest lowestbid lw lowestid t tbid
bid b id offered by a responsible re ponstb e contractor contractorThe contractol1 contractor1The
The contract begins b 1UI July 1 and if ifKllleen ifKilleen
Killeen had fallen down soon after afterthat afterthat afterhat I
that t date the District would havo had hadto hado I Ito
to t o enter suit and nd in the meantime would wouldhave wouldhave wouldave
have h hf ave had to make other arrangements arrangementsor
for f or the disposal and collection of its itsrefuse Itsef
refuse refuseIn muMIn r ef use useIn
rt In submitting his bid Killeen failed failedo
to t o comply with the specifications by bystating
stating s I what t method he had for the die dlapo dieosal
i sp posal po p osal of the refuse retve white Reay outlined
hie h is plans in full fullIt fullIt fullIt
It is understood that Mr r Cary has haspersonally h hpenonJly haspersonally
personally informed one of the Com Commissioners Comml8stone Cornmisslonere ¬
missioners that the explanation given givenprobably givenprobab1r givenrobably
probably probab1r p will 111 not be satisfactory satJ taetory to tosome toBOrne toome
some s of 0 the members of Congress Co e and
that further investigation is quite prob probable probable probble ¬
able a ble
What Congress Did DidIN
The House met at 11 oclock General Generaldebate Generldebte Generaldebate
debate was resumed ro on tho sundry civil civilbill civilbill civilbill
bill billThe billThe billhe
The T he House will 111 adJourn at 4 oclock oolockto oolockto1tne towlthes to towitness
witness the parade of the Sunday Sundayschool BundB BundBcnool Sundayschool
school congress congrouIN congressIN I IIN
The T he Senate took up the naval bill and andexpects andexpects andexpects
expects to pass it in the course of the theafternoon e eatternoon j
afternoon afternoonThe atternoonTh
The Th T he hearing on the BalUngerPinchot BalUngerPinchotcase
case was resumed resumedThe reeumedThe resumedhe
The T he Senate District Committee ordered ordereda
a favorable report on the bill to give givea
a franchise to the Telepost ComiJiy ComiJiyVice COml8nyVIce ComlonyVice
Vice President Sherman and Battling BattlingNelson BattlingNelaon
Nelson met and exchanged oompH compliments oompHmenta oomphmeets ¬
meets in the Vice Presidents Pr ldenttI room roomThe roomThe roomhe
The T he Committee on Manufacturing heard heardarguments he heardarguments rd rdarguments
arguments on the bill to regulate odd oddstorage coldtorage ookistorage
T P Thompson In Washing Washington ¬
ton As Scout for New NewOrleans NevOrleans NewS
S Orleans OrleansT
T JP P Thompson of New Orleans Orteafta OrteaftazUn sis sissling alaaling
sling < with otth enthusiasm eath about the th hold holding holdIng holdlug ¬
ing of the Panama canal exposition expo t on ontho IB IBthe Inthe
the Crescent City is I in Washington Washingtonmaking WuhlDctooJDklr Washingtonmnhir
making pins for the arrlavl here in a afew afew afew
few ILV < fto > erf two train loads of New NewOrleans NewOrleans NowOrleans
Orleans boomers 3r Thompson Is Ischairman ischairman Ischairmen
chairman of the executive committee of ofthe olthe ofthe
the New Orleans Exposition Company CompanyAmong CompanyAmong CompanyAmong
Among other means of JD lo frny < friends friendsin
in the National Capital the boomers boomerspropose boomerspropoH boomerapropose
propose to give several diuners d re and nd en entertainments entertainments entertainments ¬
tertainments One of o th tiM < dinners will willbe willbe willbe
be in honor of President Taft another anotherwill anotherwill anotherwill
will be in honor of members of the theSenate UteSenate theSenate
Senate and another in honor of mem members members mornhers ¬
bers of U he e House HouseThe HouseTbe HouseThe
The boomers wiU bo several 1 hundred hundredstrong huBdredstrong hundredstrong
strong and are expected to arrive the themiddle themiddle themiddle
middle of next week Two special specialtrains speelaltr11UJ specialtrains
trains will carry them on their Journey JourneynorChvrard journeynortbnrd journeynorthvard
norChvrard norChvrardOne nortbnrdOne northvardOne
One train tr of representative repre ntaUe business businessmen bwdnessmen businessmen
men of New Orleans Or1 ana will leave that thatcity thatcity thatcity
city Monday night and the following followingevening toUowtngevening followingevening
evening from Baton Rouge R uge the second 8eCond sec eecond ¬
ond special train will start for forThe torhlnston forWashington
Washington hlnston The latter will carry carrynumber carrythe
the entire State Legislature and a anumber anumber
number of Southern statesmen stat smen in including Including Including ¬
cluding the governor of five States Statesand 8tatuand Statesand
and the mayors of etn cities citiesChairman citiesChairman
Chairman Thompson declares that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the South is 1 solid for New Orleans Orleansand Orleansand Orleansand
and that the people in that section sectionwill secUonwill ectlonvIII
will be greatly disappointed if the theexposition tbeoxpo theoxpoeltion
exposition oxpo lUon is held elsewhere
House Committee Makes Favorable FavorableReport FavorableReport
Report on Two District Im Improvement Improvement unprovement ¬
provement Measures MeasuresBills 1rl ItleasuresBills easu res resBills
Bills providing for the extension of ofBarry otFaIT ofParry
Barry place northwest and the pur purebas purcIa8M purchase
chase of land for the widening ef efPark efk ofPnxk
Park k road northwest were tavOCWyreperted favorablyreported favorably favoraWyreported
reported in the House Ho today todayThe t tThe todayThe
The first named m measure surs provides providesfor pro profor
for the condemnation of f land neces necessary aeceear noceeeary ¬
ar sary for the opening of j Barry place placefrom placefrom placefrom
from Georgia aor avenue to Sixth street streetwith atreetwith streetwith
with a width of seventyfive s feet JUMfor Jict Jicttor lad ladfor
for the dedication d of a seventyflve seventyflvefoot ssventfiyefoot
foot strip of land through the grounds groundsof
of Howard University in continuation continuationof con nuaUon nuaUonof
of the center cen ter line of the Barry place placefrom placefrom placefrom
from Sixth to Fourth streets and a astrip astrip astrip
strip of land bu d forty feet in width front frontFourth frontFourth fromFourth
Fourth street through the grounds of oftin atth oftha
tin th university to McMillan Bark Col College Colle ColIrge ¬
lege street between Foarfefc FGur and ad Sixth Sixthstreets s Sixthstreeta tl1 tl1stJce
streets stJce is to revert to the university universityThe untvtraltyThe universityThe
The bill authorizing the widening of ofParkroad orPlOrk ofPark
Park Parkroad road provides for the buying of ofa ota ofa
a triangular iaafUIar lot in Chapln Browns Brownssubdivision BroneUbdiviaJon Brownssubdtvislon
subdivision eUbdiviaJon called Ingleside InglesideMAY InglMideMAY InglesideMAY
ST PAUL Minn May 20 GThe The Stand Standard Standarcl StandaM ¬
ard Oil Company may be ousted f Porn PornMinnesota om omMinnesota omKbmeaoa
Minnesota as the result of a decision decisionhJMMted decisionbanded
banded down today by the State Stat su suprcne anprtne
prcne court The order of the Ram Ramsoy hmIe Ramsoy
soy county district court sustaining austathft the thedemurrer theckmurrer lb lbdemurrer
demurrer of the oil company to reversed reversedand reveriedand
and the case is remanded for a new newtrtal newtrial
trial trtalThe trialThe
The case was brought by former At Attorney Atorney t ¬
torney General E E T Young to revoke
the license It e of the Standard to do bust buaInea bustness
ness In llnnU
Intrenchments Thrown Up UpAbout UpAbout UpAbout
About Consulate At AtBluefields AtBluefields AtBlueflelds
Bluefields BluefieldsBLUEFTEliI BluefieldsBLCEFIELDS BluefleldsBL1zF1i4m
BLUEFTEliI > S May MarhMS with withmachine withmaehtDe wttjimacblue
machine guns from the United States Statesgunboat 8t08t Statesgunboat
gunboat t raducmh today threw up p a line lineof Jineof lineof
of defense about the American AmerkaDlate consu consulate cowtlate ¬
late here and will remain on duty until untilUM DDt111M netilthe
UM impending crisis in Nicaragua U is ispassed faeaMd isissed
passed The consulate e commands the themain themaln themain
main street of BlueAeM BlueAeMThe BluefteThe BiuededsThe
The Jfaoriz adriz and Estrada Est armies armI are arefacing areraeln arefacing
facing < each other within three miles mil of ofme oCt ofInc
me t nc city e1t Outpost fightinc was started startedthin startedthb startedthis
thin morning and the deciding1 d ddtnJr conflict conflictwas eot1fUctwas omtftlctwas
was reported to have began begoDabout about 1 1oclock 1o 1oel0Ok
oclock oclockTwo o oel0OkTwo doek doekTwo
Two divisions dtvt lolUl of the Ertrada E rad forces forcesslow toccesIow forcesslow
slow IR taking uk up their lines of defense defenseyesterday defenHYHt defenseyesterday
yesterday YHt r4aY were attacked by a a Madrlz Madrlzdivision fadrBcJtvhdon MdrIadivision
division The skirmish lasted moce mocethan mocethan
than an hour before the Estrada forces forcescould forcescould OlCoH OlCoHconW
could retreat successfully and the losses lossesof IouMor
of hoth sUes es will probably reach re KK KKdead
dead deadAmerican deAmericau deadAmerican
American cltfaens have taken refuge refugenear reCU58near refugenear
near the consulate and the blue Jackets
have been stationed about the public publicsquare publicsquan publicsquare
square Amerlcarj Am rIcarm fear the marines marineswill marinesw111 marineswill
will not be able to awe e the Kadriz
forces Into remaining out of the city
The Madrlz faction claims that Ameri Americans AmeriCAna Amencans ¬
cans really started the revolution and andsay ADdMY andesy
say they will sack the city It < In this thisevent thIIIevfmt thisevent
event the marines would be forced f to totight tottght tofight
tight a force greatly tly outnumbering
them themThe themThe
The Madrtt gunboat Venus VeD which was
driven from the Bluefields harbor yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday by the Paducah landed landedIIOldlena Si Sisoldiers M Msoldiers
soldiers below the city last night nightstrengthening nightstrengthening
strengthening the Madrlz army nIPt1
Ctsyrtght CtsyrtghtPrank Btt Author WMro WMrox of of7ffE
Synopsis of Chapters Already Published PublishedA
A newspaper aew per reporter Ban med > d Hammond Hamraeadwho HallUllDdwho Hammondwho
who IB 1 down on hi his luck I m meets eu a aman aman aman
man nearly blind named Faraday who whoto whoS whoI
to I equally hart har up Aft After r pawning pawnlacwateJt a awatch awatch
watch which bad b boon a F FJt18daF FJt18daFJD FPxdgsmothers > nwla nwlamothers
mothers to M secure itr suntctont funds to topay topy
pay for tb their ir dinners dtens Farad laraday proeeBU proeeBUtwo pn pee5tItwo ta tatwo
two letter which he ask Hammond to toread 10IM4 toread
read for him himOM himOM himOne
OM of th the Jotters Is from Bettor Spots Spotswood stlGtllwood Spotswood
wood daughter of r Dr > r Spouwood Far Faradays Fardas Faredays ¬
days guardian mrdten WHOM htH band baa ha b bean b re refueed re retueed nofused
fused him The other on ODe Is from the theold theold
old physician asking Faraday to return returnto returnto returnto
to hit hi old home In Culpepper M Mbefore U Ubefore Missbefore
before he dies dtaaIn dleL1ft diesIn
In the letter he states that be wants waaUto waatato
to 7l 1ear ar up Faradays parentage which whichhas wblcltha whichhas
has beretoidre been a 5 mystery to the theyottn theO theyoung
young O man He tells him that hU fatber fatberwa tatlMrwas fnthecwas
was found at his desk with his throat throatcu throatCU tho5tCu
cu from ear to ear ar A lamp with a sreea sreeahade Pftshade ren renshade
shade was 11 burning bul11l g by hi aq side ade The TIMamp TIMampbaa Thebaa lamp lampbaa
baa continued to bum ever since and andthe andthe andthe
the house ha hu come to be known as haunt haunted haUltteel haustad ¬
ed He stated that a a fortune fort was left lefthim lelthim lefthbn
him but no trace of it was ever focnd focndWith fCKndWith focndWith
With Faradays negro servant Zb ZbHammoad ZeeHammODd ZebHammond
Hammond and Faraday start for the theSooth theSouth thenouth
Sooth on board of Faradays sloop the theBeau theBeau theBesu
Beau Gallant GallantIt GaUafttDuring
During the trip JIar8daT Sods that be behas bebee
has loot Ute pawn tleMt fM the watch watekIt watchIt
It to the supposition of Hammond that thatM thathie tinthis
M floor u of A the therMtauraat therestaurant WA WArestaurant
his friend dropped It on the
restaurant the night they dined together togethernamed t tesetherand ber beraatt
and that It was picked 111I by a reporter reporternsmed er eraamed
named Deal whom he character charactera characterises IUI IUIreptile
a reptile of a a distinctly I loathnom type typeFaraday typeFancl7 typeFaraday
Faraday declares that be believes that aa aaiaccriptioB aaIlucriptJoft aninscription
inscription in toe watch had something somethingto
to do with tua the watery JBtIt Y of the hgrea hgrealamp greea greealamp
lamp lampCHAPTER
CHAPTER IX Continued ContinuedHAD ContinuedI ContinuedT
HAD questioned him and he had hadtold hadtold hadI
T told me that this thl Delapierre place placeI placeset placeset
I I I set back some 34 3 yards from the theshore tbeahore theshore
shore line bees as indeed I later laterfound laterfound laterfound
found did all the better class cl of real residences rellidncea realdences ¬
dences along the sound soundThe soundThe soundThe
The coast itseif has no beaoh beaohproper be8ohproper beaohproper
proper but comes down to the water watera ter tera
a sheer bluff sometimes twenty and andthirty andthJrty andthirty
thirty feet high from the bottom of ofwhich orhleh ofwhich
which hleh stretch long reaches of shal shallows aballows shallows ¬
lows lowsAlong lowsAlong
lowsUong Along the top of o this bluff runs a adriveway adrtvelay adrIveway
driveway known as the Shell road roadbecause roadbeeauae roadbecause
because its made of tons of sea seashells seashells ea eashells
shells shattered and nd pounded into a amaterial al1aterial awaterial
material somewhat resembling r mbUnr but butdriveways Ituttar butfar
tar su superior erlor to our cracked blue bluestone bluestonedriveways tone tonedriveways
driveways in the North and daz dazxlingly dazsUngy dazxltngly >
xlingly white whiteThe whiteThe whiteThe
The residences set back from this thisroad thisroad thisroad
road but each has a private bathing bathingthe bathingpier bathingpier
pier that runs out from the blurt Into Intothe Intothe
the sound some two or three hundred hundredfeet bundredf hundredfeet
feet f t according to the distance to todeep todeep tOdeep
deep water waterThe waterThe
The Delapierre place said Faraday Faradayone
in common with Its netfhbors nlhbors had hadone hadone
one of these the e piers piersthat and nd sugge suggested suggestedthat ted tedt1lat
that we could make fast the stoop stoopthere 81aoptbere sioopthere
there as well as a any other place and andgo andgo andgo
go ashore hore on a tour of private un unadvertlsed unadvertised unadvertised
advertised investigation investigationThai
That was the advantage we were to tohave toaYe tohave
have aYe over the supernatural supernaturalIt
It was just possible I argued that thatthis thatthll thatthis
this ghostly manifestation which whichmade wblehmarle whichmade
made itself tee evident Yldent by the burning of ofa ora ofa
a green light 11 ht wher no green gr en light lighthad lighthad lighthad
had any right to be was not so un unearthly unearthly unearthly ¬
earthly after fter all If a human agency agencywas agencYwas agencywas
was at the back of It the chances chanceswould chncesere chanceswere
were ere ten tl one that the green lamp hmpwould lampwould
would be doing its it stunt > nly at such suchtimes u ueh uehtimesnay h htlmeasa
times tlmeasa say before 12 oclock mid midnight midnighta midnightna ¬
night nighta as people ople would lie likely to totravel totravel totravel
travel along the road or when a ahuman ahumAn ahuman
human visitation was to be expected expectedin
in n the shape of a regularly re ularly organized organizedghosthunting organizedghosthunting organizedghostbunting
ghosthunting party partySo part partSo partSo
So that If we should go ashore quietly quietlyafter qcletlyafter quietlyalter
after midnight and sneak up to the thehouse thehOUl thehouse
house hOUl e his hl ghostship gh Wt < hlp might be caught caughtnapping caughtnapptng caughtso
napping nan so to speak speakFaraday 8peXFaraday
Faraday thought this a good ood idea al although although although ¬
though I could see that the nearer we wegot wegot wegot
got to Culpepper the less keen he was TOUJon waon wason
on the th project of putting that spirit out outof outot outof
of business businessIn
In accordance with his suggestion suggestiontherefore suggestiontherefore suggestiontherefore
therefore we hugged hu ed the coast until untilmidnight untilJDldnlSht untilmidnight
midnight This be it known to the thegreat theeat thegreat
great eat bewilderment of Zeb who was wascounting wascounting as asrountlng
counting on sleeping under a roof for forthe forth forthe
the th first time in several VPI1i1 months monthsOf monthsor
Of course we dared not tell the darky darkya
a word of our intentions until the time timecame timeme timecame
came me to put them into execution as It Itwas ItW5 Itwas
was he was scared half white when he hefinally hf1 hefinally
finally found out that we w proposed propos d to totie toUfO totie
tie up to the DdapJrrre pier pierI pprI
I had to threaten htm with a gun be beSo be beHe beith
He sHair
Hea ith ithNever th thNever
Never Falls to Restore RestoreColor R2sloreGray RestoreGry
Gray Hair toitsl to IsItraI IsItraIColor atural aturalColor
Color and Beauty
Uo Nomatter matter how long it ithan has been gray grayor grayorfaded
or orfaded faded Promotes Prmnotes a aluxuniantgrowtli aluxuniantgrowtliof luxuriant I riantgrowth riantgrowthof growth growthof
of healthy hair Stops its falling out outand out outi2
and i2 positively removes r = movcs Dan
draif Keeps hair soft and glossy
Will iU not soil skin or linen Will not notInJure notnjure
injure InJure your hair Is not a dye dyecua
31 1 cnfl 53c 3c bottles at druggists druggistsStea dru gbls
Send 4 2for ffr free books The Cared the theB3frand Bdr and I IStb
Skim PbUo PhUoHIISpaCoNCW Hay Spec Co NcwarkNJUSA 1rktN1 UsA I
Eay IItj IisVS HsrfSnSfc
S Soap ccequaHedforthe VD uncuaI1rd UaY rCtth
Coapfexfcs Cocp C = iex1on toilet and bath red rough rou b chapped
hands hen UI150 a Keeps skin fine fincndst sad onuh soft t 25c druggists Jru
fore f ore he would act ct sensibly nalblr and even eventhen eveftthen evenhen
then t Faraday deemed d med it best to tie tap tapthe fUpthe tapthe
the negro along with the sloop for fear fearhe tearhp fearhe
he should decamp before he Faraday Faradaywas FaradayWas
was willing to let him go goWe goWe o oYe
We left him praying fervently and andas andu andas
as near a state tat of complete mental col collapse CGIIapee cciapse ¬
lapse l apse through terror as ever ver I have seen seena
a man white or black He told us usearnestly USeArnHtJy usearnestly
earnestly that he never t xpected xpect to see seeI seeuc seeus
I us again a tn and that if we did return wed wedbe wedbe wedbe
be ghostridden fhoetrtdden for or the rest of our nat natural natura natural ¬
ural ura lives livesI
I am unaware of the workings of a anegros a1teKros anegros
negros mind but Zeb seemed to think thinkthat tbIDkthat thinkthat
that we proposed to bring back th thspirit the tbeIplrlt thespirit
spirit of ofwith Faraday 5 father to take t8 t8with t twith
with us in the cabin of the Beau Gal Galnt Galant Galast
° ant nt and JMl to believe further that w wought we weousht weought
ought not to do so on moral grounds groundsIt
It must b be admitted that the stag stagsetting ataPetting stagesetting
setting viewed from the deck of th thsloop t1Bloop thsloop
sloop as we lay warped fast to the th pier pierwas plMwas pierwas
was enough eno h to set a superstitious per person person person ¬
son thinking thlnkln hard befoe befo he went any anyfurther an anfurther anyfurther
further with the business businessThe bullneaaTbe businessThe
The night as I hay < mentioned wan wanbrightly wa wabrightly wasbrightly
brightly moonlit E Lmtveen < < > tv tfD n us u and the thebluff theblut thebluff
bluff the waters saeok > > ook and lapped lappedsilverspangled
silverspangled allverIIpIi IJled above Ivory black blackThe blackThe blackThe
The bluff just there was low Iownot Iownotmore lownotore not notmore
more m ore than five or six feet in height heightso
so that we could Just j iust t make out tb tbwhite the thewhite thewhite
white ribbon of the Shell helt road along the thetop tbetop thetop
top topBeyond
Beyond that was a long stretch of ofgray 01y ofgray
gray y wall lichened and creepergrown creepergrownwith cr creepergrownwith r TOwn TOwnwith
with a black bl k snot in the center cent opposite oppositethe oppO oppositehe l 4J 4Jthe
the t he landing ln inC which stood for a a gateway
Above bove the t wall on one saw the top of ofwhat ofwhat ofwhat
what aooeared ao er to be Quite a dense lit little 11ttie litie ¬
ts tie t ie forest f re t of trees that stirred and andnight andaIOutjlMd andoughed
aIOutjlMd s aDd shed hed not uawirdly iD the thenldat thenight
night air Between their ragged nur un unkempt UBkempt unkempt ¬
kempt tops a tiled roof shone In the themoonlight themoonllcht themoonlight
moonlight and a cold dead d N4 chimney chlnmeIMr chimneyresred
reared IMr t brokenly toward the sky
Faraday Faracla with a parting and not over overpolite OVtrpolite overpolite
polite Injunction to Zeb to shut his hieface hisface
face and stop moaning stepped upon uponthe UPOnthf uponthe
the i nl nier Ier and I after him himThe 1iImTbfO himThe
The boards ftj5 were rf badly rotted for the thegreater theJtreater thegreater
greater part We had mo moe or less I trou ¬
ble in making our way wa to solid 11d ground ounel
for although the main beams of the thestructure thestnictimre
structure were firm enough here h and
there were > great holes In th tM flooring <
which whie hlct1 must b be leaped Id across at t the im ¬
minent risk of breaking through on the theother theother
other side and falling into the water
b below baloWBut belowBut iow iowBut
But we W mad made it somehow how finally and
I win tell you ou that th tht feel of good
earth e rth beneath my feet eet was 11I a aable comfort comfortable comfortable ¬
able one after thirty odd > 6n ys of sea ¬
faring taringTh farin farinThe
The Th Shell road lay but a a few yards yardsped
distant I remelllbetr MK Fra Faraday ay atop
ped ed to light his b pipe p he confessed Cf omfe eseed with
half hal C a laugh lau h and an uneasy one at that
that he was II a bit nervous I refrained
from rom confeMtne but ba I was In much
the same am condition conditionI
I waited for him ere proceeding IDJr and a
watched his h hand trenble w he held beld a
H lIvIted rfcted ted match above boi e the bowl of the
pipe pipeAnd pIpeInd pipezid
And zid then right at ray Th ear it seemed aee
a horse neighed nel < bed shrilly IJhrUlYJId aad I lJumIHC Jumped tum
a considerable distance straight in
th thiS < air airThunderaUon airThunderation up
ThunderaUon airnderaUon nderaUon I cried What
wa wu wuCHAPTER
The Private Manifestation ManifestationJHAT ManifestationTHA Manifestation4STHAT
4STHAT JHAT T said Faraday with a guy ¬
lug t grin that couldnt make good goodhe goodh goodha
he h had been n well nigh as startled as I Iwas IWuUthat I Iwa
was WuUthat that was a hor horse e greeting greetln you youBut youBut youBut
But where is 1 the brue I demand demanded ¬
ed angrily angrilyIf
hJC If Im not mistaken he answered answeredmotioning answeredmotlonln answeredmotioning
motioning motlonln with his pip pl pipe as he n ered red redowlishly rfdowlishly I Iowlishly
owlishly up the road theres a rig
horse and buggy buaYia la the th shadow of
that oak yonder yonderlu yond
lu the spot he indicated I dimly made madeout madeout madeout
out the form of t a a bua buggy with the hood hoodup boodup hoodup
up and an animal between lWeea the shafts
facing tadDThe us usThe usTb
The Tb oak tree ito in whose shadow the rig rigstood It Itstood rigstood
stood was just withottt the walls of the
Delapierre lapierre place and therefore still at atsome atIIOnM atson
some son distance from Crom1IlshtT us usMighty
Mighty darn inconsiderate of the
brute I grumbled blecL What for did be bewant b bIlt hewant
want Ilt to scare me out of my m boots boot
Still more to the point rejoined Far Faraday Faraday Faraday ¬
aday what is his business l here at this thishour th thoC thisof
hour = of the night 7 Can < an you tell me that thatsir thati
sirI I i cant Mr r Faraday But I am will willing wmIDS willmg ¬
IDS to hazard the guess that the party partywho panywho partywho
who drove the outfit here has goneCone gone goodgone oD oDcone
Cone inside to interview his gnostsho gnostshoProbably ghuetaboProbably bOllt b9
Probably Proba ly on cj t same errand as ours oursCertainly ounCertainly oursCer1y
Certainly queer q r commented Fara Faraday Faraday ¬
day evidently more puzzled ed than a lit little 11tUe littie ¬
tie I dont know any one else In the theneighborhood theaelchborhood theneighborhood
neighborhood whose interest t In ghosts oot
is I so ardent an to lead him here at atmidnight atnddnicht atmidnight
I midnight Wonder who It could be beAt beAt beAt
At any rate hoe he not in th tM seat seatI tw
I had advanced and was staring into the thevehicle theTdaide thevehicle
vehicle vehicleHello TdaideHelJo vehicleiello
Hello cried Faraday picking up
his anna We e wont haVe to wonder wonderlong wonderJUAK wonderlong
long If the sounds count for anything anYthl anYthlhere
here he comes and ahumming too tooHe tooHe tooHe
He was correct as to that From Fromwithin Fromwitbin Fromwithin
within the wall I heard aripping a ripping and andcrash andcruhirc andcrashing
crash crashing tag as of some heavy body hurt hurtling burtIinc hurtWig ¬
ling through h the undergrowth Toe jr aof n nof not
of the buggy was evidently in sofe sofeparticular so 1oehaste = e ehaat4t
haste to retml retiar t it it MId not M any
particular pains an t to what road he hetook hetook
took either eitherFaraday eitherFara4ay
Faraday and I both started forward forwardtoward f forwardtoward anI anItoward
i toward the gate pteaa an Iron on one rusted rustedoff rutedoff
off its hinges my thought tbo t was to stop stopwhoever atopwhoever
whoever was coming COmlD out and make makehim makehim makehim
j him give an explanation of himself himselfand hltand himselfand
and Faradays I suppose was w the same sameThe aalDfThe sameThe
The three ree of us reached the openIng opentafat
at about the same time and as the thestranger theIttlqer thestranger
stranger was going with th the greater greatermomentum petermomentum greatermomentum
momentum h he naturally ntUral1l bowled us over overbeing overbeine overbeing
being in too much of 0 a hurry to be bepolite bepolite bepolite
polite politeHe politeHe politeHe
He crashed into me and down do n I went wenta
a second nd after Faraday but in falling fallingI
I clutched at the gentlemans leg Ie think thinking thinktoe thinktrig
toe to detain him he screamed a nasty nastyshrill nastyah nastyshrill
shrill ah lU little shriek of fear feraJ1d and hit at atme atme atme
me with something heavy which land landed
ed oa 0 my bead I f concluded concl de4 to t let go goand goand
and did at once onceHe onceHe onceNe
He djdnt wait this man to o owbther see seewhether
whether be h had hurt me or not but butdashed butaabed butdashed
dashed on determinedly determ ly toward the thebuggy thebueg thebuggy
buggy Faraday was w up slightly quicker quickerthan i
than I L and andmade made after him himBut himBut i
But the fellow was veryvery veT v swift swiftof swiftoC swiftof
of foot footnd and now I know k w what made him himso himso I
so nor blame him hfm4Dd and in a trice he hehad hebad hehad
had clambored to the seat grasped the thereins thereins I
reins and Jerked jerk tb the whip down upon upo upothe
th the back of the hone horsecaught honeFara4ay honeFaraday I
Faraday grabbed at the btt bit and andcaught nd ndcauabt
caught it as the animal jumped for forward forward ¬
ward dragging drag < lD < him oft his feet feet And Andthen Andthen Andthen
then the lash curled in his 11 face with ai aivicious a avicious avicious
vicious snap and he let go 80The O OThe
The rig pied me at a dead run the thehorse thehorse
horse plainly in no less lea of a haste than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the driver who leaned l forward plying plyingthe pIJtacthe plyingthe I
the whip Incessantly I caught eau h but a afleeting aJIUnc afleeting
fleeting glimpse of a profile sltboutted sltbouttedzsainst slibouttedzaalnil llbouttedpaJb8t
zsainst the waters of th the sound and andthe aDdUte andthe
the outfit was vanishing up the road roadirritably roadaraday roadFaraday
Faraday sat up ru ruShing l h his cbeek cbeeko cheeLWho
Who o in blazes wlhat was that he cIe cIema do domantd
ma mantd irritably irritablyAs
As If I was to know knowIt
It might be the devil n himself he hefeeling hef hefeeling
feeling f linlt of f the th bump on my head headIt headIt headIt
It might be the th devil himself hl uelf h hsnapped he heauappetl hesnapped
snapped sarcastically sarcatttkallyH
He H hit me like himself el then said saidI
I but I think youre wrong He was wasno wasno wasno
no gentleman JI nUfman whoever hHvf > r he waifVell weeWet was wasWell
Well said ald Faraday Farada peevishly I I
uGolfing Go 1fiXt Por PorThe 2 for forThe
The New 25c 25cComfort 25cC
Comfort C o ml o r t 1 At AU AUCollar AllI
Collar by byCorliss I I Furnishers FurnishersCorliss igh Class
Corliss CorlissoonCo Ii IiCoonCo
CoonCo oonCoN1
0 N1 N1N
11 11I
I <
wish hed hesitated long enough to give giveus dye1M lve lveus
us a look at tWn him Fd partkruariy y liket like likeu ike iketo
u t > know what his hisIccality business is in this
locality IoeaUt and what the natne nar of him htmmay himmay himmay
may be beYoull beYoull beYoull
Youll have to calm your oouisltive oouisltivespirit tttvesplrtt uIstUve uIstUvespirit
spirit then If h M keeps on n L the rate ratehe ratehe ratehe
he left us hen be In the ml mldle die of ofhe ofheAtlantic the theAtlantic theAtlaatlc
Atlantic by b the day after tomorrow tomorrowj tOlDOITOWWonder tomorrowWonder
j Wonder what he was in such a a sw sweat sweatabout Mot t tabout
about getting away awa from Faraday Faradaycontinued FaradaycontlnUCL Faradaycontinued
continued Youll ouIl have thought he was wasscared wasIICM wasH
scared scaredHe IICMHe
He H walked over toward th sate and andtused andlthout andpaused
paused tused without lthout It It peering into the thesoiated theted thedesolated
desolated soiated ted grounds groundsI unda
I thought he was wa I began when whenFaraday WMnFaraday whenFarsday
Faraday interrupted tec with a a whisper whisperthat itdaperthat
that quivered as he beckoned to me meGood meGood meGood
Good Lord h he breathed harshly
Hammond come hererAnd herrAnd herr nersfAnd
And wh4 when n I had reached t his side sidewhl sidewhhh
whlch whl < h I did with little loss of time time
Look there t he hes said pointing 1IOIa with a aforeflnffvr afor a afonefinger
foreflnffvr foreflnffvrXv for r rXy
Xv eyes gazing In the direction he
hadittatM tndif td saw w nothing Jllllh hIng at first hut the theshadowed theshadowed
shadowed blamkess of the thicket tbleketfl1r for
the place was by now nothing thlnllt more j I IBut
But moving mcvtn to tan tb rear of him I Imended com comIDandotd j
mended a vista through an avenue of
trees tr at th tbe further turt end of which I 5 et
that which wh h I bad not hitherto serious I
believed Ivfd in inAnd IllAnd inAnd
And that rras ora as nothing more nor less If
than a bright steady gieam gan of meraM
Ucht41UWot light nuiet unwavering and infinitely inlblltf > l
disturbing ct turblnl to the imaginative I tlye mind
night there I experienced a distinct
clammy I my shiver bl r beginning ldnnlntt at the back backif
01 my Wk k aDd t traveling veUnli Purposefully
if i slowly down my spinal coloom eol etec
trifvtnjc tack MSMxat vertebra verte as it
KM met w wta > h H k kF itFarnda
1 Faraday F Farnda ctatcb clut clutched bed d at my arm gripping S
It moN cruel crujlj than he knew I fancy
and the pain caused rasmem a reaction The
superstitious fear which had momentar
fly befogged Mroc fd my brain was dissipated tfd
and I was able to laugh laughIn tIa In a hollow hollowian
fashion h n It may M and certainly 8 bit
ian shamefacedly amtfacedlYWell efacedly efacedlyWell
Well son I said there It is l lTile IsThe I IThe
The Coatlnnation of Tills TIt Story Will 111
Be Found IB Tomorrows TomorrowQCO
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rcfl r l seat and andork cork hand I that e
sell for 200 2I 2AiOSPECIAL O 1 o
S118 S118Steel 118 f
Steel Rods with German silver
trumpet guide that sell 8 n < no noSteel
for 15 SPECIAL SPECIALSteel SPECIUSteI 1 198 98
Steel Rods with first guide
ape lid agate te tip
that sell for It5 S 215 5 < O QQ
SPECIAL SPECIALSteel SPECIALSteel tt S289 > 2 Oi7 Oi7Steel 89
Steel Rods with allagate guide
and agate a tip that sell o on
for 5 SPECIAL SPECIALSplit 3 389 3892N 89
2 2N Split Bamboo Fishing
Rods with extra tip each rod
packed in wooden frame and
putln put In cloth case fi f OO
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1125 15 National League Ball
guaranteed t to t last nine
Ci innings inningsAny Oits OitsAny 89c 89cAny QQ >
Any U 1 Glove or Mitt in f7Qn
the house houseAny 79 I L LAny C Cny
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200 OO Youths B B B3JW BUniform
Uniform complte completeWi 1 48
300 3JW Mens lI ns B B BUnlform i iLettering
GnlCorm complete completeLetterlnJ tILL tILLLettering 1 98
Lettering Free for all Teams TeamsPhotographic TeamsPhotoJrBphle TeamsPhotographic
Photographic Supplies SuppliesDeveloping SuPpU SuPpUDe SuppliesDeveloping
Developing De > lop I n g printing and
mountln mounting Special attention 1 giv gI ¬
en to all orders We e guarantee
all our work workSafety workSarty workSafety
Safety Razor Blades Sharpened SarpenedClnts
2 cents each eachNational eachNational eachNational
National Sporting Goods Co
424 9th Street N W WA Wn Wc
A OnePound OnePoundPackage OnePoundfI I
c Package Packageof
fI of the most satis satisfactory salisfactory satisrs ¬
rs factory coffee you youever youever youever
ever used usedPerfb25c usedPer
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Evidence Evid nce So Far In Sugar Trust TmatCase TritCaseSamsAs I ICase
Case CaseSamsAs CaseSamsAsBefore Saras As AsBefore I IBefore
Before BeforeKSW BeforeN BeforeNW
KSW N YORK May ay at aeK Most ef 0at todays todayssesrlen tdassesion
sesrlen of the trial of Charles B B Betas Betasaad slles sllesand
and the former employ empIo of the th Sugar Sugatriat Sugartrust
trust charged with conspiracy to de de
fra fmd d the Go Government was devoted t tthe tie
the Introduction of ofJade evidence originally originallymade adginaflymade
made public at the trial of the check checkers dIecken cbe cbeera ¬
ers recently eonicted eonictedThe eoallete4TIM coul coulThe
The books slowing the dock reeontawere recordswere records recordswere
were admitted m evidence over the tIaetest thetest vra
test of Attorney Stannchfield ch1leld for Heike Heikewho BeIkwho Heikowho
who alleged all sed that inasmuch JIJ uch as Heilte HeilteJury eike e
turned these 1t over to tile grand
Jury their contents could not be beapIaat used usedagainst usedagainst
against againstSCHOOL htm htmSCHOOL kbaSCHOOL
Commissioners Suggest This ThisMethod Thisethod ThisMethod
Method ethod As One to Keep Mud MudFrom MudFrom MudFrom
From Drinking Water WaterFollowing WaterFollowing
Following the complaint of the Board Boardof Boardot Beardof
of Education concerning the mudrty mudrtywater JD1QIywater mmlmtywater
water from the well of the Stantoa StantoaSch StantusSeli
Sch < 4 1 the t board was advised by the theCommissioners theCommlasloDecs theCommissioners I
Commissioners today to inbinsl a re requisition noqulattion ¬
quisition 1oR for four filters for or use at the theschool tbeIn theschooL
school schoolIn schooLIn
In recommending this action Snow Snowden Snowden
den Aanford Municipal Architect ArcIaheettMt SaowI say saythat saysthat
that the water semes to be whole wholesome wholeJIQ wbolesome ¬
some and Dd free from contamination cont but butthe butthe butthe
the water in that neighborhood is cloudy cloudydoe el0Ud7due cloudydue
due to the deep day cia deposit wfcfeh ex extends at entends ¬
tends t to a depth of 3 feet feetThe feetThe lestTb
The Tb report of Health Xneer Wood Woodward WOOdward Woodward ¬
ward is that tM the new well shows no nochemical JIOchmlcal nochemical
chemical or butertol bacteriological SiCal evidences of ofcontamination ofCOIItamlnaUon ofcontamInation
W ONELEVATOR OH BILL BILLCommissioners BilLCommissioners BILLCommissioners
Commissioners Would Li License Lir License Licerise ¬
cense and Control ControlS Controlductors CoSST CoSSTductors CQ CQductors r
ductors Instead Insteadto
TIle tt a DR In lodsy r forwanded forwandedto 1Id 1Idto
to Congress an adverse report the thebin tilebin thebill
bin to o rwints tile emtruedsa r ad andOperation
Operation or eIeaWm III tile theDitt JIIidIIt ot
CoIaabIa CoIaabIaThe ColumbIeThe
The h bIteIIt haeu tont of the bnl Is to main It Itnttr a amtMhimaiiuj amiidemesar
mtMhimaiiuj nttr 1 puatshaftfcs r bV r ane O Oany for
any passenger elevator to M e installed lanteJledor aIIedor
or operated in the District l esa ss an anautomatic ana ananometJ
automatic a anometJ tic device to prevent tis tfee car caropcr
trout being moved while tIM deer Is isopei
opcr < is first Installed No NotJ0De4 r pardcglir tf < ntfar
dm dotAt is nkentioned tJ0De4 m the bIlL
A A a sobstitete the th ContmhMionacs eo re revtdiag
conmesd the enactment 1MIIt eC a bitt bittriding pcO
riding for the Hcensfng lteeaeL and reg 18g111UafS trailea c1
of elevator operators operatorsIt operatonHIt 1
HIt It Is the opinion of ofore the Cesaaieatdfl Cesaaieatdflers C 11 11en
ers the Oommissloners say T ht a tester
to Senator OsJttnner OsZUi W rhslrnian of the
Senate Committee CoaImttteeoa oa the District Dis of Co eo ¬
lombia that instead lD8tea4oc
of placing a prem 811I ¬
him on earetossBMSB eaeI ef an junior by
the installation of an autatmufct auimp de device de dovice ¬
vice vice the operator should he di diexamined umt umtexamin
examined examin and placed under me mevision such suchvision
vision that he will become beco a hhly hhlyefficient bIh1yefficient
efficient employe employeThe esuployeThe 1 1rbe
The Commisatonera C 14 hetiewe that ttuIt this thiscan sQa lz lzcan
can he done by the psatsgi of octJoa o otiost legisla legislation ¬
tion actboriatag th thsm m to make ruiis rea > for fori forlid forand
i lid y nl regulations regarding tile QJIIU otter oera oeratiomi u uI
I don of elevators and to provide for the thei theexamination theemmlns
i examination emmlns finn licensing 11 and reglstratioa reglstratioaof
of elevator operators
Gained fifteen Pounds
Am in better condition conditionphysically conditionphysically conditionp conditionphysically
physically than I have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been for years My Mystomach 1ystomach 0 0stomachs
stomach kidneys and andliver andliver andliver
liver are in fine shape shapesays shapesays shapesays
says Mr William A ABurgess ABurgess AI
I Burgess BurgessWhite BurgesshiJe BurgessWhile
White hiJe serving servingin in the USArmy u s sAnny Y
1898 to 1901 1 1 I contracted coatractedand stomachand stomach siomachand
and kidney trouble from with I Ihave 1luve Ihave
have suffered ever since since and for forwhich fOrvhich forwhich
which I receive a pension Itried Itriedmany l l4riedmany rie riemany
many remedies remedi but none gye g2Yeany g2Yeanynoteworthy m any anynoteworthy anynoteworthy
noteworthy effect About three threemonths tRreemonths tbremonths
months ago a o I began using DuffysPure Duffys DutlysPure s sPure
Pure Malt Whiskey as a medicine medicinei
i have used three bottles and Dd have havegained haveined haveairied
gained ined fifteen pounds since I begin beginI beganusingit n nu5Jng
I using usingit it it I Iamstillusiugitandldo Iamstillusiugitandldo0t am still using it and I do donot
i not 0t think there is any medicine made madeVI inadethat
VI LOI A bir I i that js s gqya equal l to i My stomach stomachiver stomachver
iver and kidneys k jn ys are in letter letl r o ojer ler than they have been for f years rsJ and andif andIf andIf
if these three organs of the body 1x are kept k in order or r one will have b2Wefew b2Wefewdodor hatefewdoctor few fewdoctor
doctor bills I cheerfully recomniend r nd Duffys Pre MaitWhiskey Malt Wbiskeras Wbiskerasl Whiskey as asa asa
a tonic a stimulant and renovator of the whole system systernWiUiaaii Wiffiaai WaUiamBurgess A ABurgess ABurgess
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GOLD DUST and others
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for f for or much less than you can these powders powdersOthers powdersL
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pleariser cleanser which evaporates the moment the powder is exposed exposedjto
jto Ita to the air or touches hot water Their muchvaunted virtues virtuesvanish virtuesvanish virtuesvanish
vanish like dew before the morning mOI1l ng sun sunGold sunGold
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ture of vegetable oil soap and purifying ingredients which whichinsure whichinsure
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will do more work and andbetter andbetter andbetter
better work than any anyother anyother anyother
other washing powder on onthe i ithe l lC
the market marketThere I C G GThere
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