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4 THE WASHOTOTON SVggI TGTON TIMES MOOTAY MOND Y MAY f Y 23 2 1910 R iT
PLAN FOR UNVEILING UNVEILINGSTATUE UNVEILINGSTATIIE
STATUE OF CffiR CffiRPresident GUSTERPresident CUSTERPresident
President and Four Govern Governors Governors
I ors ors Will Take Paftln Paftlnfk PartinServices Part In InServices
fk Services June 4 4TCWLEDO 4TOLEDO 4TOLEDO
TOLEDO Ohio May 23Iresldent 23IresldentTaft 3President 3PresidentTait nt ntraft
Taft four governors 1 az and atld d other other men menprominent ro6I11romlnent menprominent
prominent in military and civil fife Ie will willon w1lJon willon
on June 4 assist in the dedication de lcatlon of ofan otan ofas
an equestrian statue of Gen George GeorgeArmstrong Georgeumstrong GeorgeArmstrongCuster
Armstrong ArmstrongCuster jCuster famous Indian fight fighter ¬
er whose family lived on a farm farm near nearhere nearhere nearhere
here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The cord cordxreleasing cor releasing the veil cll covering coveringthe covertn covertnthe coveringthe
the monument which is located in front frontof frontot frontof
of the county courthouse Monroe will willbe willbe willbe
be drawn by Elizabeth B Custer widow widowof
of the general Will Carlton will read readan readan readan
an original on sinal poem and a chorus will willsing willlng willin
sing lng in The Old Brigade BrigadeThe BngadeThe BrigadeThe
The The statue was authorized three years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago by the Michigan Legislature and andwas andwas andwas
was designed by Sculptor E C Potter PotterWhile PottorWhile PotterWhile
While official and business men are orebusy arebusy arebusy
busy arranging the details of the celebration cele celebration celebratlon ¬
bration Nevin Custer the only sur surviving surThing surviving ¬
viving brother of tho general sits on onthe onthe onthe
the veranda of his farm near hero ina in ina Ina
a black bl ck satin shirt and overalls and andgazes andgaes andgazes
gazes out over the orchards and fields fieldshe fieldshe fieldsbe
he and George bought back in 1563Stooped 1S63 1S63Stooped IS63Stooped
Stooped a bit from his labor about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the farm Kevin Custer is still robust robustbearing robustbeclng robustbearing
bearing Abe sixtyeight years as lightly lightlyas
as n though little more than halt their theirburden theirburden theirburden
burden rested on his shoulders shouldersIt
It doesnt oesnt seem natural some waytheir way waytheir W Wtheir
their doing all this for George he said saidto s saidto ld ldto
to a friend who called on him recently recentlyOf
Of course we all know he deserved itbut It Itout Itbut
but when you think of him and mo moahoeln m mahoeln meahoeln
ahoeln corn together and how Pap Papused Papused Papused
used to put us fifty yards apart so we wecouldnt wecouldnt wecouldnt
couldnt loaf and talk why it dont dontseem dontseem i isem
seem as though he had grown up to tobe tobe I Ibe
be a general and had b d died d M and was be being beins befog ¬
ins honored by the President of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States StatesSeveral Stat StatesCLUBSIN s sCLUBS
CLUBS CLUBSIN IN LONDON LONDONON LONDONON
ON THE DE DECLINE DECLINESeveral LlNE LlNESeveral
Several Have Hard Time to toKeeptfrom toKeep toi
Keeptfrom Keep From Extinction i Owing Ow Owing Owing
ing to Poor Patronage PatronageIXJNDON
IXJNDON DOr May 23 23For For several years yearapast 3oC115past yearspast
past the bulk of the clubs within a aquarter aquarter aquarter
quarter of a mile of St James street streethave streethave streethave
have been Buffering some very badly badlylor badl badltor badlyfor
for three causes causesClubmen caasesClubmen causesClubmen
Clubmen vrho eight or ten yearsago yearsagobelonged years ear8agobelonsed ago agobelonged
belonged to + t two or three clubs using usingperhaps uelngPerhaps usingperhaps
perhaps only one with any an degree of ofregularity atregularlt ofregularity
regularity have had to cut down ex expensep expense oxpenses
pensep and to be content with one oneSecondly oneSecondly oneSecondly
Secondly bachelors bach lors who used to dine dine dineand dineand
and often entertain almost Invariably Invariablyat
at heir clubs if not at home prefer preferthe prefer1I1e preferthe
the more lively surroundings of a arestaurant arestnu arestaurant
restaurant restaurantLastly restnu restnuLastly restaurantLastly
Lastly the th consumption of wines and andspirits and1pfrlts andspirits
spirits has steadily declined even in inproportion inproportion
proportion to the number ofhead of members membersUElnr membersusi membersusing
using usi ing the club Under Underthe the this bestknown head the theaccounts theaccounts t
accounts of one o oclubs of the bestknown bestknownclubs bestknownclubs
clubs in London show that the members membersspent membersspent membersspent
spent only onl an average of eighteen eighteenshillings etJhteenshillIngs last
shillings each during the whole of last lastyear lastyear
year the amount received t tbeing for r meals mealsbeing mealsbelns
being represented by b less than furpounds four fourpounds tourpounds
pounds a head although the premises premisesprovide premlse8provide p pprovide
provide accommodation for sixty per persons perons persons ¬
sons ons to dine at the same time and andthe andthe andthe
the club has an excellent chef chefTwenty chefTvanty chefTwenty
Twenty years ears ago only four firstclass1Vcstend firstclass firstclassWestend firstclassstend
Westend stend clubs admitted won wO women en as asguests asguests asguests
guests Now women can be entertain entertained en taln talnd ¬
ed d In special rooms at ten of th them m But Buteven Buten Buteven
even en this attempt to compete with res reetaurants restaurants restaurants ¬
taurants has not realized the expecta expectations expectations expectations ¬
tions of the committees committeesIn
In the eighties nearly all the princi principal prlnelpal priaclpal ¬
pal clubs were able to show profit profitbalances PJofttbalances pofitbalances
balances sufficient to be carried tb a areserve areserve areserve
reserve account Now most of these theseaccounts theseaccounts theseaccounts
accounts are nearly If not quite ex exhausted exhausted exhausted ¬
hausted One of the oldest establish established ¬
ed clubs in London has more than thanthe thanonce thanonce
once In the last thrfte years been on onthe onthe
the verge ver e of extinction extinctionThis extInctlonThis extinctionThis
This financial depression has had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the effect of of compelling committees committeesto
to regard club management as a busi business buslnesa business ¬
ness undertaking more than a hobby hobbyThe hobb hobbThe obby
The Thh first attempt at reform in this thisdirection thisdlreUon thisdirection
direction was made some years ago in inon6 111on inonB
on6 on of the most distinguished clubs clubsIn clubsIn clubsin
In Pall Mall The coffee room was wasbeing wasbeing wasbeing
being worked at a loss of nearly nearh6OOO
S 6000 a year yearA
Iear IearA
A certain certa n revolutionary old colonel colonela
a member of the committee proposed proposedthat proposedthat proposedthat
that a wellknown firm of caterers caterersshould caterersshould caterersshould
should be consulted The suggestion suggestionstaggered sugre suggestionstaggered Uon Uonstaggered
staggered his colleagues but eventu eventually eventuaUy eventually ¬
ally it was adopted The firm reported report reported reported ¬
ed that they were prepared preparedrprivilege to pay 1a
5000 a year ear flub for the privilege rprivilege of ofcatering 01catering ofcaters o
In such man
caters catering for the thener club in such a aprivilege man manner manner ¬
ner that the members would not no notice notlce notice ¬
tice any change changeSo
So the waste and leakage must musthavr musthavr mustherF
havr amounted to nearly 10000 a ayear ayear ayear
year yearWATERWAYS yearWATERWAYS yearWATERWAYS
WATERWAYS BILL BILLIS BILLIS BILLIS
IS ALMOST READYConferees READY READYConferees READYConferees
Conferees Agree on 230000 for forReclaiming forReclaiming forReclaiming
Reclaiming Anacostia AnacostiaFlats AnacostiaFlats AnacostiaFlats
Flats FlatsThe FlatsThe FlatsThe
The conference committee committee now con considering considerIng considering ¬
sidering the rivers and harbors bill met mettoday mettoday met mettoday
today and spent several hours one on the thereport thereport
be bereport
report which it Is hoped will be bewitted sub submitted subm1tted ¬
witted early this week weekOnly vEekOnly
Only a early few of a items i iin in the bill are arein areIn
in disagreement dlsa ement before the conferees confereesThe confereesTh confereesThe
The Th District item as to the Anacostia Anacostiaflats Anacostiafiats Anacostiafiats
fiats has been settled upon the basis of ofthe ofthe ofseers
This
the engineers seers report This recommend recommended ¬
ed 5230000 30OOO Instead of > i50000 for this thisimprovement thislrnproement thisImprovement
improvement improvementThe
The Texans are trying desperately ly to tosave tosave tosave
save their OrangeBeaumont canal canalbut proj projects projects ¬
ects but the House members of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee are obdurate The indications indicationsare
are that these propositions will go out outof outof outof
of the bill billThe billThe billThe
The Delaware D lavare river improvements improvementshave
have been agreed to by the conference conferencecommltjtee conferencecommlt conferencecommttee
commltjtee commltjteeBUCKET commlt commtteeBUCKET ee eeBUGKETSHOPPERS
BUCKET BUGKETSHOPPERS BUGKETSHOPPERSWILL SHOPPERS SHOPPERSWILL SHOPPERSWILL
WILL NOT APPEAL APPEALi APPEALCINCINNATI APPEALCINcn APPEALCINCINNATI i
CINCINNATI CINcn ATI Ohio May lay 23 23We 23Wehae We Wehave Ve Vehave
have decided not to fight the case any anyfurther anyturther anyfurther
further said J M 1 Scott at his borne bornetodav hmetoday hometoday
today with reference to the UnitedStates UnitedStates United UnitedStates
States Court order sentencing Louis W WFoster WFoster WFoster
Foster Edwin Hell J M Scott WalterCampbell WalterCampbell Walter WalterCampbell
Campbell and Arthur Baldwin ODell ODellbucket ODellbucket ODellbucket
bucket shoppers to jail for six siximonths sixImonths sixnonths
imonths nonths each eachWe eachWe
1 We simply were unfortunate in meeting meet meeting meeting ¬
ing with wr th a rising market and m < < Twe we willtake will willtake wlllUke
take our medicine like monThe mon monThe monThe
The thirty days 8 of grace for appeal appealwill appealexpired appealexpired
expired last night Clt Clerk grace > xk F O Love Loveland Loveland
land ot the circuit rcult court of appeals appealswlll
will will file the mandate tomorrow tomorrowpmorp pmorp pmorpIng mom moming momlng
ing As soon AS s he files it United UnitedStates UnUeIStates UnitedStates
States Marshal Bowls E w1s deputies willtake wilttakeBaldwin willtakeFoster willtakeFoster
Foster Baldwin Bald 1nand and Scott to Troy Troytafcen TroyObJo 3 3Ohio
Ohio and Hel Hell anaCampbell and Campbell will be betaK betattbn
tafcen taK n to Dayton DaytonFosters DajlonFosterS DaytonFost
Fosters Fost rS attorney had not heard to today today today ¬
day whether whether his trip to Washington to toseek tosee
see seek Pre1 sldent ent Tattllt Interference h has hasnet as asrile
rile net with withal uccess ccea ut hope continues continuesIsmtU continuesntit
IsmtU n ntit the jalhdcorsa j al daor 0 OSil tomorrow
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MISS SS GRACE ADAMS ADAMSIn
In Mrs Barneys Barn ys Play
FIVEACRE FARM FARMFOR FARMFOR I IFOR
FOR PUZZLE WORKERS WORKERSState I IState
State of Missouri Will C Give ive Jt to tothe tothe tothe
the One Making Biggest BiggestName BiggestName
Name List ListST ListST ListST
ST LOUIS May M y 3 IThe Th State of iltt ilttsoii Missouri M MMurf
Murf soii rf through the immigration board boardoffers boardolers bondoffers
offers a fiveacre farm to any Ierson arson er on in inthe Inthe inthe
the United Unit Stale who makes the great greatest 51test greateat ¬
est number of words out of the wo word > xsl
Missouri HomesThe Homes iuf I IThe
The winner will be announced by GoV GoVernor Go Goern Goernor
ernor ern or Hadley at the L Land nd C Cated C6ngreetl ees at
fronton Mo May y So The fads is situ situated Itu Ituated
ated sixty six X miles mIles from St Louie Lou in the
Arcadia valley
TORNADO WRECKS WRECKSHOUSES WRECKSHOUSES I
HOUSES MANY HURT HURTCairo HURTCairo HURTCairo
Cairo Ill Visited by StormEight Storm StormEight StormEight
Eight Persons Seriously SeriouslyInjured SeriouslyInjured SeriouslyInjured
Injured InjuredN InjuredOAIRO InjuredOLuRO
N OAIRO m May 55Twe IIT Two women and andsix andsix
six iIl children today are nursing serious
injuries white several ra1 other oth r persons are aresufTerlnjc aresuffering
suffering from bruise and four tamil families tamil1M fan > il ilies ¬
ies are hornless as a result r uJt of a tornado tornadowhich
which hlch swept Cairo last night al t A auin auintber um umVtt
bet Vtt 96 nooses were wrecked wreckedThe wreckedTM wreckedThe
The homa hl of H M We Smith was turned turnedupsidedown turnedU turnedupsidedown
upsidedown U 4down on IL vacant lot adjoining ad inlag
the premises TIn women and children
injured were in this house when the thestorm thestorm thestorm
storm struck
G s sprice Our Ourprice OurSize OurSize
Size price price pr1ce39x73 price39x73
39x73 Tapestry Brussels Brussels39x83 550 250 25039x83 25039x83
39x83 Axminster Axminster6x89 Axminster1000 1000 300 3006x89 3006x89
6x89 Tapestry Brussels Brussels52x83 1275 625 62552x83 62552x83
52x83 Axminster Axminster53x9 Axminster1750 1750 745 i 74553x9 45 4553x9
53x9 Tapestry Brussels Brussels69x78 Brussels1125 1125 450 45069x78 45069x78
69x78 Tapestry Brussels Brussels6x98 Brussels1000 1000 500 5006x98 5006x98
6x98 Body Brussels Brussels6x84 Brussels17 1760 60 980 9806x84 9806x84
6x84 Body Brussels Brussels6x9 Brussels1875 1875 1050 10506x9 10506x9
6x9 Wilton Velvet Velvet2650 u2650 2650 1325
FAIR OAKS LAWN LAWNSGENE LAWNSCENE
SCENE OF FESTIVAL FESTIVALMrs
Mrs Barneys s Society Play Players ¬
ers Strengthened by byBen byBen b Y YBen
Ben Greet GreetUnder GreetUnder GreetUnder
Under the + direction of Mrs Barney Baraeyand Baneyand Barneyand
and Mrs Barker a company comt > lU1 of Washington Wash Washington Washington ¬
ington society folk present the Ancient AncientGreek AncientGreek AncientGreek
Greek Festival at Fair Oaks this af afternoon dternoon sfternoon ¬
ternoon for the benefit benefit of the Neighbor Neighborhood Neighborhood Neighborhood ¬
hood House Ben Greet will assist in inthe InthE inthe
the production having offered his ser cervices services services ¬
vices for that purpose purposeShould purposeShould purposeShould
Should rain prevent the outdoo out doc per performance pertormance performance ¬
formance this afternoon it I will be given giventomorrow giventomorrow giventomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowMany tomorrowMany tomorrowMany
Many society matrons rrh trans and maids will willhave willhave willhave
have parts In Inth th festival notable notableftfcvns notabbr notabintong
tong r the latter latterbelng being Mies Graca GracaAdams Gr GrweAdams e eAdams
Adams who will play pIa the role of Diana DianaMiss Dlanales DianaMss
Miss les Adams Is renowned for her beauty beautyand beautyard beautyand
and has had no little experience in ama amateur amateur amateur ¬
teur theatricals theatricalsThe
The list ll t of o patronesses of the affair affairIncludes attalrInctuaes affairincludes
Includes the names of the most promi prominent prominent prominent ¬
nent women wom n in Washington and the care carethat cat catthat carethat
that Jiae las as been exercised 4 > in rehearsing rehearsingMo
Mo players laYers Insures a successful per performance performance performance ¬
formance formanceHungarian formanceDECLARES formanceDECLARES
DECLARES GnlESARE CITIES CITIESI CITIESARE
ARE BENEATH SEA SEAI SEAHungarian SEAHungarian
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Hungarian Geologist AssertsCentral Asserts AssertsCentral AssertsCentral
Central American Civiliza Civilization Civilization Civilization ¬
tion Is Not So Old OldNEW OldNBW OldNBW
NBW ORLD ORLBANS ORL S May Jay 23 ZJTh ZThre Thr are areburied areburied areburied
buried cities of magnificent manln t proportions proportionsbeneath prl proortionsbeneath rt1oDiJ rt1oDiJbeneath
beneath the waters of the Caribbean Caribbeane Ca b U1 U1Bef1
sea e and at no very ery great depth ac according according according ¬
cording to Dr EmU Monsonyi a geolo geologist geologist geologist ¬
gist of Budapest Hungary HungaryDr
Dr Monsonyi arrived here after a long longvisit longmlt longvisit
visit to Central America where he hee was wasengaged waxengaged
e engaged Jed In archological research ea prin principally nrinclPA11y prindpally ¬
cipally in Guatemala GuatemalaHe
He says s he is convinced that the cities citiesof citiesor citiesof
of Central America are not as old as asthey asthey asthey
they are commonly thought to be He Hethinks Hethlnk8 Hethinks
thinks the t civilization c1v lzaUon there was brought broughtby
by an overflow over ow of people who escaped escapedwhen cscapedwhen escapedwhen
when a mass of solid land along alon the thetwentieth thetwenUeth thetwentieth
twentieth narallel became sisuJnerKed eU D1erged by bysome bysome bysome
some terrible terr le cataclysm cataclysmThe catacl cataclysmThe 8m 8mThe
The great cities and most of their In Inhabitants Inbabltants Inhabitants ¬
habitants were destroyed he thinks andonly and andonly andonly
only people living lIvt J along along the western westernedje w06ter1edJe westernedge
edje of the th mass made their escape escapeThat escapThat escapeThat
That was U8 the beginning bO DnlnJ of the settle settlement settlemlnt settlement ¬
ment of Central America in his opinion opinionThe opinionlhe opinionThe
The twentieth parallel is several de decrees deTees dorace ¬
crees Tees north of any an part of Central CentralAmerica CentralAm CentralAmerica
America Am lca It lies north of Santo Do Domimro Domlruro Dominro
mimro Haiti and Jamaica skirts the theo thesouth
south o th t 1 shore of Cuba and crosses the thelower thelower
lower part part of Mexico The most northern north northern northem ¬
ern point in Guatemala IF in latitude latitudeelrhteen laUtudeelvhteen latitudeelthteen
elrhteen and all the other Central Am American American ¬
erican States are southward
I W B MOSES SONS SONSA SONSThe I
floor oor Coverings TJntil R Tall stored Tree TreeTJntil A Deposit Xeserves r for Pntoro PntoroDelivery
Delivery Deliverygs DolivOr7The y
The Giddings gs Steele Steele Stock and the theale theMoses theMoses
Moses May Sale ° ale Stockfurniture StockFurniture Stock Stockined
furniture and floor Coverings CoveringsCombined I ICombined
Combined ined in One Great Sale SaleA SaleAt I II I
At 40c to 7 75 5c on the Dollar DollarA
A Few Examples of the Rug Values ValuesBordered ValuesBordered
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69x10 Axminster Axminster2160 u u 2160 1190 119069x9 119069x9 119069x9
69x9 Velvet x 1875 1275 127569x9 1275 127569x9 127569x9
69x9 Body Brussels Brussels1800 1800 11J25 11J2569x97 111569x97 112569x97
69x97 Velvet 1250 875 87569x811 87569x811 87569x811
69x811 Wilton Velvet Velvet2250 2250 1290 12906x106 12906x106 12906x106
6x106 Wilton Velvet 3268 1650 16509x711 16509x711 16509x711
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testimonials from ho hats > ts of grateful gratef l patients patientsand and you youassurance have the positive positiveassurance positiveassurance
assurance of satisfaction Dr Samuels offke is on first floor balcony parlor par
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THE PALAIS ROYAL ROYALA
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White House etc The price is com complimentary limentary to Washingtons Washin tons visitorsfive i5 torsfive cents rren represents only
a afractIon fraction of the cost of these trays Its I 1s advertising advertisingThe The Palais Royal practically presents events each
visitor v1S1 tar with an artistic Souvenir of of Washington not oblivious of the fact that many will be liberal
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