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THE WASHINGTON yPASHJIVGTONTitLES TBIES MONDAY MAY 23 1910 5
I TROUBLE BREWING BREWINGAMONG
AMONG AMONGAVIATORS AMONGAVIATORSSplit AVIATORS AVIATORSSplit
Split May Deal Blow to toPlans tot tpPlans toPlans
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Plans for International InternationalMeet InternationalMeet InternationalMeet
Meet in October OctoberPROTSET Octoberi OctoberPROISET OctoberPROTSET
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PROTSET CONTRACT CONTRACTMADE CONT CONTRACTMADE ACT ACTMADE
MADE WITH WRIGHTS WRIGHTSi WRIGHTSWould fRIGHTSWould
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Would Mean Admission of In Infringement Infringement Infringement ¬
fringement of Patents De Declare DeClare e eclare ¬
clare Many ManyNEW ManyEW ManyNEW
NEW EW YORK My 38 Serious rloU8 trouble troubleIs
Is brewing among amo American and for foreign foreign foreign ¬
eign aviators that may deal a blow to tothe tothe tothe
the international aviation meet to be beheld behpld beheld
held on Long Island in October OctoberThe OotooorThe OctoberThe
The split 1 Is over tta tbd action of the theAero theAero theAero
Aero Club of America in deciding thatno that thatno thatno
no aviation meet shall be held in Amer America AmerICA America ¬
ica unless uul Mcensoed under the Wright Wrlshtroplane Wrighteropiane Wrightcropland
cropland patent patentDeleeat p atent atentDelecai4l ttent ttentDelegate
Deleeat Delegate < of the affiliated Aere Clubs Clubsare Clubaare Clubsare
are arriving inNew In New York to take part partin rL rLin partIn
in a meeting at which the definite place placewill ace acew1l1 acewiIi
will be selected for the international internationalcontest intern onal onalccnte onalcontest
contest ccnte t and final fi 1 plans made madeThe madeThe madeThe
The Aero Club has also entered into intoa
a contract with the Wright Wr ht brothers brothersrecognizing brothelsrecognlzlBg brothersreco
reco recognizing nfzIn the stability btli of the themakes e Wright Wrightpatents Wrightpatents Wrightpatents
patents as a affecting affecting all all makes of aero aeroplanes 1eroplanes Aero ¬
planes planes and agreeing a < < reelng that certain payments pay payments JMlYmrnts ¬
ments shell be made to the Wrights for forevery forvt forevery
every vt > ry aviation contest held in America AmericaAviators AmericaAviators AmericaAviators
Aviators themselves them lves are Incensed Incen ed over overthis overt1118 overthis
this action declaring that to enter ent a acontest acontest acontest
contest under such an agreement is kspratttlcally ispractically i ipra
practically pra ti cally to admit that their machines machinesinfringe machinesinfringe macbineainfringe
infringe OB the Wright Wri < < ht patents pal ta This Thismany Th18many Thismany
many of them especially e the tape foreign foreignllyers foreign1lyers foreignflyers
flyers deny Glenn H Curtiss CurU who won wonthe w wonthe ft ftthe
the international meeting for America at atRhelms atRhelros atRheims
Rhelms wilt not participate h be says saysThe say sayThe saysThe
The Aero Club desires de res to place Andrew AndrewFreedman AndrewFreedman AndrewFreedman
Freedman of the Wright Vrl ht Company and andI andL andL
L > L GUlesple of the Aero Club to together together together ¬
gether with a third man they will select selectin selectIn selectIn
in charge of the th finances of the meeting meetingThe
The belligerents object to the presence presenceof prfl nce nceof
of Freedman as agent of the Wrights WrightsBusiness WrightsPROGRAM WrightsPROGRAM
PROGRAM PROGRAMFOR ARRANGtD ARRANGtDFOR
FOR RIVER RACES RACESBusiness RACESBusiness
Business High School Aqua Aquatic ¬
tic Sports to Be Held HeldJune Heldune HeldJune
June une 6 6The 6The 6The
The river races organized by the theAlumni theAlumni theAlumni
Alumni Association tlon of the Business BeMnesHigh Buln BulnHigh BusinessHigh
High School for June 6 are enlisting enlistingthe
the Interest of all lovers of sport sportThe sportrhe sportThe
The racing boats which will leave the theWashington theWashington theWashington
Washington wharf half an an hour before beforethe beforetbe lie1orethe
the eveningboat starts will be divided dividedInto dividedinto dividedInto
Into three classes These classes will beas be beas beas
as follows Class two t lying a red flag flagtwentynine ftagtwentynJne flagtwentynine
twentynine feet and over class throe throeflyinga throfJing throeyinga
flyinga fJing white teg nineteen feet and andover andoYer andover
over and class four flying a blue flag flagc flagcd
cd c If f smaller boats Both Washington and andAlexandria andA1 andAlexandria
Alexandria A1 xandrl boats will be entered i Iti the therace tile qteraee tilerace
race raceThe raeeThe raceThe
The prizes in the th contest will include includea I
a nandome handsomesllvea Wive > cup donated by 1 1Washington he heWashington heWashington
Washington Time which will be on onhlblUon ex exhibition ei eihibktlon ¬
hibition next Tuesday at 7W Fourteenth Fourteenthstreet FocrteeothThe Fourteecthstreet
street streetThe streetThe
The finish of the races will be at the theMarshall theIar8hall theMarshall
Marshall Hall wharf The committee in incharge Inharge incharge
charge of the event consist con tt of Don E EClarke EClarke EClarke
Clarke Ross Ro e L Fryer J Edwin Law Lawton Lawton Lawton
ton Frederick W Cromwell and andTiiomas andIllomuS andThomas
Thomas IllomuS S Scott Entry blanks k may be beobtained becbtatne becbtatned
obtained cbtatne from Don E Clarke + tarJe or at due TttFourteenth 7tiiFourteenth dueFourteenth
Fourteenth street streetOn streetOn streetOn
On th the day of te e races June 6 the theassociation theastOciatlon theassociation
association will conduct an excursion to toMarshall tolarshall
Marshall 2 > Hall The excursion steamer steamerwill steamerRilI teamfrwill
will pa pass s the racers on the course cour e and andwill andwill nd ndwill
will afford the excursionists ts an excellent excellentopportunity excellentllJportunlty excellentopportunity
opportunity to view the contests contestsIn
In order to secure attractive posters postersfor postersfor postersn
for the th excursion the associate association n offered offeredrrizew offeredrlzeg
rrizew rlzeg tn the students of f the th thHigh Business BusinessHiph Eu lnefi lnefiHiJh e
High School ScKooJMis fcnoolMi SchoolMia
Mis Mi Mia KatherlneFarrar Katherine arrar who submitted submittedu
u water 9ter color scone of the t cl excursion excursionFteamer excursionftf cuslon cuslons
Fteamer ftf s mer at tt e wharf taking takki on paaeen paaeenp paa en enp n
Hers p p > rV wen th the first prise priseBarber of 55 Miss ilp C G L LBarber LRrberwoo
Barber Rrberwoo won the second prise of 3 3and 3and 3 3and
and to Miss Marguerite Shane ShaneiWaMed waa waaawarded waaawarded
awarded the third prize of J2 Z The judges judgesn
in n the contest O < ntet were Mrs A M Wilson Wilsondirector WUeolff
ff J director of drawinr dtaI I in the high h h schools schoolsMrs schoolstiles ehoolsrnt
Mrs rnt M M Leisentra and Harry EChandlee K KChandlee EoChandl
Chandlee e The posters awarded prizes prizeswill prizeAwill prizeswill
will bt > shown in the windows at 700 700inarteenth MFOl1rteenlh 908nirteenth
inarteenth nirteenth street streetAn streetAn streetAn
An athletic meet will bo held n the theground the1011ndl thegronnt
ground of t Marshall Hall at 4 oclock o deck on ontit onU onthe
tit U aftemooi of the races racesThere racesThere racesThere
There will be eleven el ven events as fol follows follows follows ¬
lows lowsFor lowsFor lowsFor
For novices no 1cesyard 76yard 7 yard dash a8h SWyard SWyarddash Sieyardclash SWyarddash
dash and standing broad Jump JumpFor jumpFor jumpFor
For first year students stu studentsyard en ilyard yard dash dashar dubani dashan9
ar ani > i 300yard run runOpen runpE runOpen
Open pE > n to all students studonts1OOrd 100yard dash I I6fYard
6rt 6fYard 6 > < yard run one mile run 19pound l pound shot shottor shotput shotrut
put stAndi standing broad jumP and relay race racewne racetone
tone tt mile > > tor teams of four men Thismeet This Thismeet Thistntlt
meet is open 01f > n to high and prep school I IIf
bo If In Addition to the th five Ugh hI h schools
there tbt > re will be entrants from the follow toIlo ¬
ing lag n preparatory school Cathedral
Frhool hool Washington School S hool for Boys
Army and andNavy Navy vy Prep School Army and and
Navy N vy Academy Georgetown Prep PrepFUNERAL PrepFUNERAL PrepFUNERAL
FUNERAL TOMORROW TOMORROWFOR
FOR MRS N CALVERT CALVERTFuneral CALV ERT ERTFuneral
Funeral Services for Mrs AfrsCalrert AfrsCalrertwife Ire Calvert Calvertwife CahertwIfe
wife of C Baltimore Calvert of Mac rac
Alpine College Park Md will be held
In the chapel at Rock Creek Cemetery
toi t orrow onO at 1 1J oclock The Rev Dr
Dunlop assistant awtotant istant pastor of St Johns John
Episcopal C Church urch of which Mrs Cal ¬
vert rt was a member will officiate The Theand Thepallbearers Theallbearers
pallbearers allbearers will be William RavenneU
aiector Hector McAllister cAIU8ter Geo George e H Hand Calvert Calvertand CalvertMrs
and R C M Calvert CalvertMrs CalvertMrs
Mrs Calevrt Ca1 died in her apartments apartmentsat
at the Devonshire Sunday morning at atof
530 oclock She was the only daughter daufhterlr
of lr Mr and Mrs Irs Charles V Worthington
Dorsey of Front Royal Va VaAFTER VaAFTER VaAFTER
AFTER AUTO SPEEDERS SPEEDERSJENK3NTOWN SPEEDERSJErKINTOWN SPEEDERS3ENKINTOWN
JENK3NTOWN P + May 28 28More 28Moreauto 28Moreautoista More Moreautoistfi
autoistfi auto tho major number being Phila Philacelphians Phllelphlans Phi1afieiphians
celphians will be summoned summo d to appear appearbefore appearbefore appealbefore
before Jenkintown and Abington offi officials o oiale offlcials ¬
cials iale this week as the result of the ac activities activities activltie ¬
tivities of the suburban authorities authoritiesChief authoritieshler authoritiesChief
Chief hler Jensens J ensens statement today tod was that thatn
n dozen or two had violated the speed speedclause speedclause
clause or other clauses in the motor motorcar motorlaws motorcar ¬
car laws on Sunday SundayMENACE Sunday1ENACE SundayMENACE
MENACE TO STEAMERS STEAMERSSIASCONNSETT STEAR1ERSSIASCO STEAMERSSIASCONNSETT
SIASCONNSETT SIASCO SETT Massy Mass May S3 3A A
dangerous menace mena e to navigation In the thetransatlantic thetranStla thetransatlaptk
transatlantic tranStla tJc steamer lane was reported
here by b wireless by the steamer Ryn Ryndam Rynpam Rynam
dam am which passed a submerged wreck wreckn wrecklongitude
In n longitude4LOS longitude 4145 north latitude 6243 6243weat lL ° 45 45treat
treat weat
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WAL1EK W WILSON WILSONWith W WILSONWith lLSONWith
With Columbia Players PlayersSTUDYING PlayersSTUDYING PlayersSTUDYING
STUDYING TYPES TYPESON TYPESON TYPESON
ON CAPITAL VISIT VISITWalter VI VISITWaiter IT ITWalter
Walter Wilson of Columbia Play Players Players Players ¬
ers Adds to Repertoire of ofCharacter ofCharacter ofCharacter
Character Portrayals PortrayalsSince
Since Walter Wilson has been in inWashington InWaabiRgto inwatshiagtoq
Washington with the Columbia Players Playershe
he hagbeen hag been studying Government offi offkcfals officials oCllcll ¬
cials politicians and 00 other types of ofNational otat1onal ofNational
National Capital life with a view to tousing to1ItIIDC tousing
using them in his character cl aracter portrayals portrayalsas
as occasion demands demandsMr denNLndsMr demandsMr
Mr Wilson has been a frequent visit visitor visitor vlsltor ¬
or to the Capitol where here he has made mademental mademfntal mademental
mental sketches of wellknown figures figuresThe figuresThe figuresThe
The young actor tor is also an adept at atmakeup atmakeup atmakeup
makeup HIS HI work in the New York Yorkproduction Yorkproduction Yorkproduction
production of The Climax won for forhim forhim forhim
him wide approval
WASHlN TON CHOIR CHOIRTO CHOIRTO
TO SING IN VIRGINIA VIRGINIAProgram VIRGINIAProgram
Program Announced for forKnights forKnights forKnights
Knights of Columbus En Entertainment Entertainment Entertainment ¬
tertainment tertainmentWASHINGTON tertainmentWASHINGTOX tertainmentWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU BUREAUALEXANDRIA BUREAUALBXA BUREAUAIBNAtDBtA
ALEXANDRIA ALBXA DR1A VA MAT 35 35Fitzgerald 25Fitzgerald litFitzgerald
Fitzgerald Council No 4W Knights Knightsof
of Columbus will hold a meeting me t1ng Wed Wednesday Wedne Wednesday ¬
nesday ne day evening at St Marys Hall In InSouth inSouth inSouth
South Royal street A program which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will Include speeches and music will willbe wlllbe willbe
be taken part in by several members of ofSt orSt ofSt
St Pauls choir of Washington the theRev theR theRav
Rev R v Father Handley of the Apostolic ApostolicMtarien ApostolicISMton ApostolicMlasiou
Mtarien House J J McCatron district districtdeputy districtdeputy districtdeputy
deputy of the th Thirtyflfth Illinois dis district district district ¬
trict and Representative James M MGraham MGraham MGraham
Graham of IllinoisAfter Illinois IllinoisAfter IUInoIAfter
After the meeting a buffet sapper will willbe willbe
be served servedLouis Sle served servedLouis ed edLouis
Louis N Duffey bas bsbe hasbeen > been n appointed appointedquartermaster appointedquartennaater appointedquartermaster
quartermaster of the Second Battalion Battalionof
of the First Virginia Regiment under underMajor underMajor underMajor
Major James Jam 8 E King with the rank rankof rankot rankof
of second lieutenant lieutenantA
A concert will will be given by the mem members memhers j jbers
bers of St Pauls male chancel choir choirof choirof j jof
of Washington undfer under the direction of ofProf ofProf ofProf
Prof E T Winchester at the Young YoungMens YoungMens YoungMens
Mens Sodality Lyceum Hall on Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day evening June 9 under the au auTA auspices
spices of Fitzgerald TA erald Council No 459 459AH 469Knlghts 459ltnfghts
Knlghts ot Columbus ColumbusAl1
AH those wno are to take part in tho thosinging thosinging thesinging
singing at the Confederate monument monumenttomorrow monumenttomorrow monumenttomorrow
tomorrow evening have been request requested reque t ted ¬
ed to meet eet at Lee Camp Hall this thisevening thisevenInl thisevening
evening for a rehearsal rehearsalArthur rehearsaLArthur rehearsalArthur
Arthur Burns Lee Drowns and andJames andJaDlOS andJames
James Harrison today tod y were ere held for forthe forthe forthe
the action of the gran grand Jury by Justico Jus Justice Justice ¬
tice Caton in the police court on acharge a acharge a acharge
charge of o robbing the house of R H HDeakins HDeakins HDeaklna
Deakins at the corner of Prince and andHenry andHenry andHenry
Henry streets last Saturday evening eveningBond eveningBond eveningBond
Bond was fixed at 1000 each eachConsiderable eachConsIderable eachConsiderable
Considerable excitement was caused causedIn
In North Patrick street near Cameron Cameronstreet Cameronstreet Cameronstreet
street early Sunday morning by the theblowing theblowing theblowing
blowing of a police whistle Thieves Thievestried Thievestried Thievestried
tried to effect an entrance into the thefront thefront thefront
front door of Mrs W A Moores resi residence residence residence ¬
dence in Patrick street They wereheard wereheard were wereheard
heard by Mrs Moore Moire whose husband husbandwas husbandwu husbandwas
was out of the city The men ran ranfrom ranfrom ranfrom
from her doorway upon hearing the thewhistle thewhistle thewhistle
whistle up Patrick street streetThere streetThere streetThere
There will ne De a meeting of the Alex Alexandria Alexandria Alexandria ¬
andria Local Assembly As embb Brotherhood of ofSt otSt ofSt
St Andrew in the the Norton Memorial MemorialHall MemorialHall MemorialHall
Hall of St Pauls auls Protestant Episco Episcopal Episcopal Episcopal ¬
pal Church tomorrow evening at 8 8oclock 8oclook Soclock
oclockCANADIAN oclock oclookCANADIAN U UCANADIAN
CANADIAN POLICE POLICEJEND POLICEEND POLICESEND
END 1000MILE TRIP TRIPSleep TRIPSteep TRIPSleep
Sleep in Open Every Night for forEighty forI
I Eighty Days and Meet MeetNo MeetNo 1eetNo
No Mishap Mishap3LACOMA Mishap1ACOMA MishapCOMA
3LACOMA COMA Wash May 23 23A A Dawsonresident Dawson Dawsonresident Dawsonre
resident re 1dent says that a Northwest mQunt mQuntpolice mpuntedpollee mpunted mpuntedpolice
police expedition arrived during March Marchcompleting Marchcompleting Marchcompleting
completing a a round trip from Dawson Dawsonto
to Fort McPherson covering 1000 miles milesand mUesand milesand
and carrying Its own supplies from each eachend eachend eachend
end It comprised five men In charge chargeof
of Constable Con table Hempson HempsonThey Hemp5onrhey HemosonThey
They broke a trail trallthroush through deep snow snowgoing snowsoing snowgoing
going and coming with snowshoes drag dragging dra drasing dragging ¬
ging supplies on five toboggans tehogganswith with dog dogteams dogteams dogteams
teams in no winter before was ever re recorded recorded recorded ¬
corded a more prolonged period of low lowtemperature l lowtemperature w wtemperature
temperature making the trip a feat to tobe tobe tobe
be compared with a polar expedition expeditionThe
The time from rom Dawson to Fort Mc McPhorson 1tlcPhorson i c cPhorson
Phorson was thirtythree days and t the thereturn tnereturn e ereturn
return was made In twentyfour twent four days daysThe daysThe daysThe
The party part was absent from Dawson Dawsoneighty Dawsonelgh Dawsoneighty
eighty elgh y days daysThe dnsThe daysThe
The party crossed the Rocky mounwire moun mountains mounS ¬
wire S twice sleeping sl eplng under the thf open opensky opensky opensky
sky every night It It connected at Mc McPherson McPherson Mc McPhersonith ¬
Pherson Phersonith with the the police expedition from fromHerschel fromHerschel fromHerschel
Herschel Island and brought 500 letters lettersmostly lettersmostly lettersmostly
mostly from whalers missionaries and andtraders andtrade andtrader
traders trade trader which were mailed from Daw Dawson Dawson Dawson
son immediately immediatelySAVINGS 1m imptedlatelpSAVINGS ed1ate1y ed1ate1ySAVINGS
SAVINGS BANKS FAVORED FAVOREDCUNTON FAVOREDCLINTON FAVOREDCLINTON
CLINTON Mass Ias May 23 23Resolu 23Resolutions 23Resolulions Resolu Resolutions ¬
tions favoring postal savings banks banksSMO bankswere bankswere
were 1 passed > assed by delegates representing
SMO members of the New England Englandivision Englanddlvslpn Englanddivaspn
division of pie National German GermanAmerican GermanAmerican GermanAmerican
American A11J Alliance ante nce at the annual con eonvent1 convention convCJltloD ¬
vent1 vention on here today tQ Y v
EPWORTH LEAGUEINSTALLSOFFICERS LEAGUE
INSTALLS INSTALLSOFFICERS INSTALLSOFFICERSLouis OFFICERS OFFICERSI
Louis P Hieston Retains RetainsPosition RetaInsPosition
Position as President of ofOrganization ofOrganiza ofOrganization
Organization OrganizationWASHINGTON Organiza OrganizationWASHIlGTON tion tionWASHI
WASHINGTON WASHI GTO TIMES Tl BUREAU BUREAUGEORGETOWN BUREAUGEORGETOWN BUREAUGEORGETOWN
GEORGETOWN D C MAT r rNewly 2 2Newly h
Newly elected > d officers were ere Installed Installedat
at the meeting o or the Bpworth League Leaguer
rf r f Dumbarton Avenue M E Church Churchheld Churchheld Churchheld
held last evening eveningLouis eveningLouis
Louis P Hieston Hle ton who has held the theoffice theotrfce theoffice
office of o president for a number of ofveara ofurs ofsears
sears still retains the position Tho Thoother Thoothr Theother
other officers are First vice president presidentDr
Dr Robert E Layton second vice pres president president ¬
ident Miss Ruth Irwin third vice presi president presIdelt president ¬
dent Mrs Louise Payne Hieston fourth fourthvice fourthvice fourthvice
vice president prosl ent Miss Lelia Bogley secre secretary secratB1Y aecretary ¬
tary tB1Y Miss I1ss Mabel Darcey treasurer treasurerMiss treasurerMiss
Miss Florence Frisby assistant treasur treasurer ¬
er N Thompson The music com committee committee committee ¬
mittee us announced by the president presldentconsists presidentconsists preflldentconslsts
consists of Miss Bessie Louise Haney HaneyMiss HaneyMiFS
Miss Helen Waters Miss 1I ss Mildred Corn Cornwell Cornwell
well and Miss 11 8 Ruth Irwin IrwinThe IrwinThe IrwinThe
The recent election elE n of officers of the theCitizens theCitizens theCitizens
Citizens Equitbr Building Association Associationby
has brought about some changes in th thJtan the theStan I
Stan omnlltees Pr raf > t Edgar Fri5 Frieby Fri5by
by 4 1 had been a 1 member of the theflname thefinanc theflnant
flname a committee somo years has been beensucceeded beensucceeded beensucceeded
succeeded br C E Van Ostand who whowith whov1th whowith
with William V Lewis now constitutethollcommittee constitute constitutetho constitutetho
tho committee Adam xyeschler ne3 ne3K Leo J JKoll 1 1Kol1
thollcommittee Koll K and L O Mallory oA1e re on the thevaluation thevaluation thevaluation
valuation committee the first two named namedbeing namedbemb namedbeing
being new members Jesse H Wilson WilsonJr WUsonJr
Jr succeeded his father as attorney attorneyThe attorn6YThe attorneyThe
The Georgetown Gas Light Company Companywhereby CompanyIs
Is safdto have made a c cbtnge Se whereby wherebythe
I the most of the branch offices estab estabIlshed established established
lished west of Rock creek are to be beabolished beabolished beabolished
abolished Three places laces In towntwodrug town towntwo towntwodrug two twodrug
drug stores and the Potomac Savings SavingsBank SaJngsBankwere SavingsBankwere
Bank Bankwere were designated as places for the thenayment thenQvment theneyment
nayment of gas bills Now the company companyl companyItd companyhe
l Itd leased the remodeled store at Wis Wisconsin Wlsconstn Wisconsin ¬
consin avenue and Prospect street streetwhich streetvhlch streetwhich
which is to be converted into a a branch branchoffice branchortlce branchoffice
office and at Which hrch bills can be b paid paidThe paidThe paidThe
The branch will b bo i open in time for the thepayment thepayment thepayment
payment of bills on June Jun L LOwing 1 1Owing Lo
Owing to t o the th thwork e delay in the electrical electricalvaudeville electrJcalwork
work the opening of the new and only onlyaooeUle onlyvaudeville
vaudeville theater for Georgetown at atThirtyfourth atThirtyfourth atThirtyfourth
Thirtyfourth and M streets will not nottake nottake nottake
take place until Decoration Day
MAGNATE MAGNATEIS
IS CRITICALLY ILL ILLBenjamin ILLBenjamin ILLBenjamin
Benjamin N Duke Stricken StrickenWith StrickenWith StrickenWith
With Typhoid Fever at atDurham atDurham atDurham
Durham N C CDURHASI CDURHAM CDURHAM
DURHAM N C Slay 23 23Benjamfn 23BenjamfnN Benjamin BenjaminX
N Duke of New York and Durham Durhamone
one of the Immensely wealthy men menwho m menwho n nwho
who control the Tobacco trust has hastyphoid hastnhoId hastyphoid
typhoid fever his condition is less lesssatisfactory 1586tlstactory lesssatisfactory
satisfactory than yesterday yesterdayLocal yesterdayLocal esterda esterdaLocal
Local physicians have diagnosed Mr MrDukes MrDukes MrDukes
Dukes disease The diagnosis has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been verified by bacteriologists in theuniversity the theuniversity theuniversity
university laboratory at Chapel Hill Hillarid HUIarid Hilland
arid in Raleigh RaleighMr
Mr Dukes temperature remains rema1nsat rema1nsatabout at atabout atabout
about 104 degrees today the physi physicians ph physicians s1 s1clans ¬
cians have been unable to reduce the thefever thefever thefever
fever He is in his fiftyfourth yuar yvarbut y yuarbut ar arbut
but is remarkably well preserved preservednevertheless preservednevertheless preservednevertheless
nevertheless his family are alarmed alarmedbut a1armedbut alarmedbut
but not aodtely ao tely and have called in inspecialists Inspeclal1sts inspecialists
specialists Dr Wylle Dr Dukes Dukesphysician Dukesp Dukesphysician
physician p yslc1an and business busln as associate will willarrive wUlarrive willarrive
arrive here from New York tomorrow tomorrowmorning tDmorrowmorning tomorrowmorning
morning together with Dr Dukes Dukesson Dukesson Dukesson
son Angier AnglerSir
Sir 1r Duke came here from New York Yorkthree Yorkthree i ithree
three weeks ago Intending to remain remaintwo remaintwo remaintwo
two months He and his family familymoved familymoved familymoved
moved Into their new residencewhich residence residencewhich residencewhich
which after George Vandexbilts Bill Billmore Blltmore Butmore
more is the handsomest In NorthCarolina NorthCarolina North NorthCarolina
Carolina Soon after entering his new newhome newhome newhome
home air lr Duke fell ill Another pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose that brought Mm Im was was to found founda
a large enterprise enterprlselere tere l ere but of courso courseIn coursoall
all his plans are are bLlteai hLltea by his severe severe1ll severeillness
illness 1ll ess
In Tobacco Trust TrustBenjamin TrustBenjamin TrustBenjamin
Benjamin N Duke is credited with withbeing w1thbeing withbeing
being one of the eight elgbtmen men or estates estateswho estateswbo estateswho
who control c ntrol the enormous Tobacco Tobaccotrust Tobaccotrust Tobaccotrust
trust through their ownership of a amajority amajorlty amajority
majority of the S40000000 common commonstock commonstock commonstock
stock of the American Tobacco Com Company Company Company ¬
pany the parent company These Theseeight Theseeight Theseeight
eight men me or estates are James B BDuke BDuke BDuke
Duke Thomas F Ryan Anthony N NBrady NBrady 4 4Brady
Brady Benjamin N Duke CoL Oliver OliverH
H Payne the estates of William L LElkins LElkins LElkins
Elkins of Phlla Philadelphia elphla and William WilliamC
C Whitney of Now N w York and Peter PeterA
A B Widener of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMr PhiladelphiaMr
Mr Duke o owae n a splendid residence residenceIn
In Millionaires row on upper Fifth Fifthavenue Fltthavenue Fifthavenue
avenue and a acuntry country place In New NewJersey NewT NewJersey
Jersey JerseyCe T rscy rscyGO
GO Ns11PATIOIT Ns11PATIOITMUNV N TPATIOft TPATIOftMUNVONS
HINYONPAWPAWPILLS HINYON MUNV MUNVONS1Mun ONS ONSPAWPJWPILLS
PAWPAWPILLS PAWPAWPILLSMonyons
1Mun Monyons ons Paw PawPaw PawPaw PawPaw
Paw Pills ills are un unlike uni
i like all other laxa laxatives laxatives laxaI
tives or cathartics catharticsThey catharticsThey catharticsThey
I They coax the liver fiverinto liverinto 1iverinto
into activity by bygentle byent1e bygentle
gentle ent1e methods methodsThey
1 They he do not scour amourthey scoury scourtbey
they y do ° not gripe gripethey gripethey
3 they do not weak weaky we k ken
1 y en but they do dostart dostart
5 start start all the eecre eecretions 6ecretious secre
a tins of the liver liverand liverand liver1r
1r and stomach in a away away away
way that soon puts putsthese putthese putsthese
these organs in a a1lca1thy
healthy condition conditionand conditionand conditionand
and corrects consti conatilion constiHon cons consrtion
rtion Hon In my opinion constipation constipationwhich constipationresponsible Conti ation ationresponsible
responsible for most ailments There Thereare ere ereare
are thirty t irtytwo two feet of human bowels bowelswhich bowelswhich
which is really a sewer Se Ver pipe pipe When thiS tfriqdigestion thiSpipe thispipe
pipe becomes clogged the whole system systembecomes systembecomes
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35c 35 Mercerized Merc rized Punjab PunjabThe Pongees
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Every woman who follows the style requirements of the season knows ki1 ws that these Rough Pongees are are the themost themost themost
most fashionable wash goods used for summer wear wearThese wearThese wearThese
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affect If we could couldadvertise advertise the trade mark name under which these Mercerized Pongees are advertised you youwotad youwo yonwoJd
wotad woJd wo d immediately recognize it as one of the best known wash fabrics manufactured and a quality always sold at atthe atthe atthe
the restricted price of 35p 35 a yard yardEvery yardEvery yardEvery
Every yard guaranteed strictly st dly perfect quality qualityFull qualityFull qualityFull
Full 28 inches wide Choice of a complete assortment of the th most favored summer shades II including ioclud Ifig pink pin light bt blue Copenhagen Copenhagenchampagne Copenhagenchampa Copenhagenchampagne
champagne champa e tan linen pongee p 11gee russetf russet t tolive old rose mulberry brown garnet cardinal gray gun metal lavender heiio wisteria green reseda resedaolive rese a aolive
olive ralln raisin taupe peach apricot Alice blue navy royal blue also white cream ivory and black WackRegular blackRegutar blackRegular
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Ramie Linene LineneRegularly 93c yd ArnoldsVoiles 1 Oc yd
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A A sensational offering of the wellknown Ramie Linene a cot cotton ¬ Famous Arnolds Printed Cotton Voile Supreme S Ston aFAe one of the most mostdesirable mostton
ton fabric that has the exact e t appearance and finish of the alllinen Ramie Ramielinen desirable wash materials for suHintfir wear Ia all tie efeofcest d + olcest 33 191e summer samsserdesigns
linen goods Unquestionably one of the style hits of the season Espe Especially ¬
dully desirable for onepiece dresses suits etc etcChoice etcChoice designs d e lid SM 30 inches I n ches wide wideFine wid e eChoice
Choice of light l1ghtbluc blue Alice Copenhagen navy old rose lavender hello hellowisteria Fine wire weave in dots stripes seroUs aeroi etc of the mast m + St charming charzainsdescription chamlDgwisterIa charmingwisteria
wisteria pink linen tan natural pongee russet light and dark reseda dark darktan description descriptionSold
tan gray also white and black Regular 25c rc 5c value value alue at 9c c yard Sold regularly U 20 11 0 cents a yard Sale price it J I cents ce t8 a yard
Beautiful Silk Dresses 9 7 75 5
Values Worth 18 Up to 30 at atWe atWe at atWe
We have held several sales of silk dresses that thatt1ave have set all Washington talking and wonder wondering wonderingbut wonderingbut ¬
ing ingbut but the present offering of handsome silk dresses at b9i5 975 is the biggest and best value valueevent valueevent valueevent
event of its kind held this season seasonChoose seasonChoose seasonChoose
Choose from a representative lot of the seasons most approved styles styleconststing consisting of fine qual cuality quality quality
ity sc soft t shimmering Messaline Mescaline Silks Shantungs ShantungsAll Shantu Chiffon Taffetas Liberty Liberty Satins and Rajah SillsAll Silks SilksAllrichly
All Allrichly richly trimmed with fancy yokes of of i iembellished nets others handsomely braided and still others othersembellished othersembellished
embellished with ornaments ornamentsChoice ornamentsChoi ornamentsChoice
Choice Choi of mulberry taupe reseda tans tans electric blue light blue light green grays and darkblue dark darkblue darkblue
blue blueValues
Values worth 51800 up to 3000 53000 at 5975 597520c 975 97520c 97520c
20c White Irish Batiste 12 1 23c c
40 Inches Wide Note the Width idth Special Purchase at atHere atHere atHere
Here is the daintiest crisp crispest est and most soughtafter fabric for cool and cha charming white frocks frocksand frocksand frocksand
and waists offered at half original o ginal value tomorrow A bargain few thrifty th fty buyers can resist
40 inches wide defirm firm close weave bleached to a snowy white whitenfmade ness nude of the finest selected selectedSea selectedSeaJstancLcotton selectedSea
Sea Jslandcotton Launders beautifully beautifullyand and always retains its fresh beauty
Tomorrow at 12jc 12c a yard instead of 20c A
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for use A grade that has the exact appear appearance f 3 3ance
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value feO at at16c t 74 74I9c 4 4IDe
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Swiss In a variety of different size dots 1 f 1 r
from pin dots to the large space dots Very Vet Verysheer 12 1 Ty 2 C
sheer and fine Regular 19c value at atISc at1se at15c
ISc INDIA LIXOX LISONSpec1a1 Special lot of 25 pieces of sheer sheerQuality sheerquaJty sheerquality
Quality white India Lin Llnon on 30 Inches wide widea a ft 1 C
grade of desirable fineness for summer wear AT ATWith 8 2 2 > I I IVlth
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evening wear lndespensable for vacation vacationtrips vacationt vacationtrips
trips tripsThese t ps psThese
These fashionable coats are new 32inch 32inchlength 32 32inchlength nch nchlength
length made of excellent quality Black Taffeta Taf Taffeta Taffeta ¬
feta Silk with shawl collar and onebutton onebuttoneffect onebuttoneffect onebuttoneffect
effect Trimmed T mmed with satin braiding on oncollar oncollar oncollar
collar front and nd back also aL around the bob boktorn bottom
111 tom of garment garmentAll
All sizes up to 44 44Regular 44Regular 44Regular
Regular ten dollar values at 398 39850c59c 39850c 39850c
50c59c 50c 59c 59 Rough Tan Silks SilksThe
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desirable silks worn this season For the fashionable onepiece dresses dressesand dressesand dressesand
and suits theres nothing in greater ln lnReal eater demand demandReal demandReal
Real silky lustrous quality 24 and 27 inches wide In several stylish stylishweaves styUshweavesdeml stylishweavesden
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25 bales of large room size 8x10 ft Crex Matting MattingRuis MattingRuisthe Ruts Rutsthe Rugs Rugsthe
the genuine trademark brand of floor coverings which are so sowidely sowidely sowidely
widely advertised and generally enerany imitated In plain lain colors colorsstriped colorsstriped colorsstriped
striped and bordered designs in wanted green re reds blues and andbrowns andbrowns andbrowns
browns Tape bound sides friqged ends Each rug is rever reversible reversible reversible ¬
sible which means double service serviceSold serviceSold serviceSold
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Colorings CcIIoriIiI of red green blue rose roseyeflow I8 I8W roseyiew
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350 and 400 Untrimmed UntrimmedB 98c QQa
B Hats B Choice ft j > at UL J0
Heres Here s a sale of sensational sensationalproportions sensationalproportions sensationalproportions
proportions involving a promi prominent promit prominetit
nent t manufacturers entire sur curplu surS surd
S pius stock of Summer Sums mr dstock er r Hats Hatsclosed Ha Haclosed Hatsclosed
closed out at a big sacrifice sacrificet sacrificeNever sacrifice4u
t Never have such highclass ex exdusv ex exelusive exclusive
4u 4uNever elusive shapes and fine qualities qualitiesS qualitiesbeen qualitiesbeen
S been been offered at such a low price prkebefore pricebefore pricebefore
before beforeThe beforeThe beforeThe
The lot embraces all the seasons most favored styles in inBlack inBlack inBlack
Black Neapolitan and H Hemp P hats also Burnt and Chip and andJava andJava
Java hats haLcexclusive exclusive shapes include including the large dressy picture picturehats piCturehats picturehats
hats as well as the smart medium a and small shapes shapesAll shapesAll shapesAll
All of superior quality qualityeach each hat perfect fresh and new newChoice newChoice newChoice
Choice offered tomorrow of regular 350 and 5400 400 untrimmed untrim untrimmed oommmed
med hats at 98c 98cA
81 x90 Bleached Sheets Sheets49c Sheetsor
49c for or Regular 65c c Kind KindA in inA
A special lot of good quality Bleached Sheets offered at a aworthwhite aworthwhile aworthwhile
worthwhile saving tomorrow tomorrowas as the result of a deal direct with withthe withthe withthe
the mill millThey mittThey millThey
They are 81x90 full double bed size Bleached Sheets with new im improved imro tinproved ¬
proved ro ed seamed center a feature fe ture which gives them added durability durabUit durabUitHand
Hand torn and ironed finished nishe l with good sized h hem m Made of strong stroageven strong strongeven strongeven
even thread cotton Sale price 49c each each75c each75c each75c
75c SHEETS 8HEET5ot Lot of 81x 8ldt 9 double bed b s size ze Seamless Bleached
Sheets made of o closewoven cIo ewoven heavy sfaeettof s she eedDc cotton all in inone rAT rATone
one piece pf e Good steed hem Hand torn and Ironed round Usual iic evalue 7 iicvalue c 5 SU 9 C
value at atlic attic + s slie
lie PILLOW CASES CASES4icU tCxSS Bleached Pillow Cases finished 3T 3T18c
with good sized hem em Made of heavy eYT cotta tree from dre dressing stDg 9aC C
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lee MUSLIN MUSLINYardwlde Yardwide Bleached Cotton Rood g close woven wovenlOc weeli wovengrade
grade tree from dres dressing ing Sold r regularly lrJy at lie a yard Special Specialat 7a C Cat
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adapted for making women s anc an childrens summer underwear eat s Q QRegular
Round thread quality free from dressing Worth lee a yard yardeat 6 C COne
One day at atMercerized ti 4
Mercerized Poplins Poplinsi 121 C
Regular 25c c Value at atHandsome a 2 2Handsome
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mulberry raisin r r green Mice btoe Iue also white wI te ereata and ad adColors black blackColors hackColors
Colors warranted abeotatety fast fa t These The e Poplins sritt wI wash perfectly pec < < ly and
because of their durabSt durabllky no lees han tb their lr beauty bea ar a am ia greaeess gr gn aw s demand for forskirts forskirts forskirts
skirts onepiece onepJf + > Ce dreseee < ire es andsuks and sute
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