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t ii J THE TVAHOfcTOX VA SBLS HLtTTOX tTT 41 TIMES FEIiAY FRI > l y MAT IA Y L ter 1010 i 17 1
Invited By Gaynor Will WillMake WillMake WillLoud
Make Loud Noise In New NewOrleans NevOrleans
Publicity Committee Will Go Over Overto
to Meet the Board of ofTrade ofTrade ofTrade
Trade TradeThe TradeThe TradeThe
The distinguished visitors from Dixie Dixiewho Dixteho Dixiewho
who ho are here presenting the claims of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New Orleans tar the great exposition to tocelebrate tocelebrate tocelebrate
celebrate the completion of the Panama Panamacanal PanamacanaJ Panamacanal
canal have found Washington such a afine aflne aL
L fine nlace Dl ee in which to boom their cause causethat causethat causethat
that they Intend to stay a day longer longerthan longerthan longerthan
than was first planned plannedInstead plannedInstead plannedInstead
Instead of boarding b ardln their special trains trainsat ta trainsat ns nsat
at 19 eclock tonight according to the theoriginal thsoriginal th thorfcinal
original program tile delegation which whichcontests whlohCOI1 whichcutrsts
COI1 contests 8ts of the Louisiana State officiate ofiicialsmembers officiatetnembera fticJasmemLel3
members of the Legislature and promi prominent promlrent promirent ¬
rent citizens of four or five Southern SouthernMates SouthernHaltS Southerntats
Mates will ll not leave for home until untilthirty untIllate untillate
late Saturday aturday right Twentyftve or orthirty orthirty
thirty of the party headed by Mayor MayorBernman lIaorBehrman MayorBehrmari
Bernman of Now ew Orleans will 111 proceed proceedfrom procetdtrom proceedtrom
trom here to New K w iork irk < instead in tead of re returning returning returning ¬
turning directly dir t1y hen htnieInvited henInvited hcneInvited
Invited by Gaynor GaynorTho Gaynorno Gaynorrho
Tho entire party was Invited by byMayor byMayor byMayor
Mayor Gaynor to visit the metropolis metropolisand J 6tropollsand
and use ita busy thoroughfares for forsome forme forFame
some me loud shouting and other mis mlsiooaty
5 5 looary work in the Interest Int rest of the theCrescent theLrescent theCrescent
Crescent City CityIt CityIt CityIt
It was Impossible for all the visitors visitorsto
to make the trip and T P Thompson Thompsontvfao
n who ho is i atthe at the head of the big delegalon delega delegation delegat ¬
lon t on announced announce today tod y that a special special1arty specialI specialMarty
1arty I art will be designated defJl ted to invade iuvadtGotham luvadtotham invadecatham
Gotham cathamJust GothamJust othamJust
Just as spry and cheerful RS they theyere theyere theyere
ere when hen they arst entered the th > Cap CapafLl Captal I Ital
tal yesterday morning tho delegation delegationtuday dehsg delegatioatoday Uon I
today tvda started out on its second day d ol olLooming oi1loomlng o olooming
Looming They devoted the major majori majorirtion
i irtion ortion of their time to the precincts precinctsif
I if the Capitol GgpttolUsing CapitolUsing CpilolUsing
Using the same maps and the same sameliterature sameJteraturewlth sameiteraturewith
literature Jteraturewlth with some additions com compiled compiled comi ¬
piled i iied overnight ov overnightthat rnf htthat that they used yes yesierday yeserday yeserday
erday before the House Committee on onForeign onlor onll
Foreign lor ll lgn Affairs the delegation aee ap appeared aptared ¬
l eared before the Senate S nate Committee Committeeon Co Cocn
on n Foreign For lgn Relations in the Senate Senateoffice SenatoIJfilce Senaterfflce
office building today todayGovernor todayGovernor todayGovernor
Governor a Speaker SpeakerGovernor Sp SpeakerGovernor aker akerGoernor
Governor Sanders of Louisiana Speak Speaker ¬
er r of the House Dupre and Lieutenant LieutenantGovernor LieutenantGovernor LieutenantGovernor
Governor Lambromont were the princi principal prlnclpal principal ¬
pal speakers before the commttee Each Eachlaid EachiaId Eachaid
laid particular stress upon the asset asserion Rsserhn assetn
ion n that New Orleans Orle Dg Is the logical logicaliiOint logicaloint logicalkoint
iiOint oint for holding the proposed propo ed cxpoelion exposl exposluon exposl111n
ion and reminded the committee of ofhow orhow ofhow
how the Louisiana Legislature had pass passed passed passed ¬
ed a bill to amend the constitution of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State to permit the levying of oftax 3 3tax atax
tax to raise 5000000 as a guarantee guaranteeland guaranteend guaranteeLand
LandIt land landIt nd ndIt
It was said this morning that the vis visitors visitors Is Isftora ¬
itors would smother their booming talk talkfor talkftr talkfor
for two hours this afternoon and attend attenda
a garden party at the White House at atvhtch ath1ch ats
vhtch s h1ch they would be received by presi president t ° re rmi rmident l ldrnt ¬
dent and Mrs n Taft The hour fair t this thislittle thisj thisittle
little j tUe social affair was set tOr 5 oclockand oclock oclockand oo3ockand
and although It was planned that It Itshould ItEhould itshould
should 4se be simply simp slim gya gyahandshaking a handshaking and andr and1Msantsmlle andleasant
r asantsmile leasant < sm affair ana melrin it was as regardedpis regarded regardedfine resardedccrta1n
pis certain that so something g about what hat a aflne afine
fine place New r ew Orleans rleans is would be men mentioned mentloned mentioned ¬
tioned at Jcast cast once or r twice twiceTo twiceTo twiceTo
To Visit Baltimore BaltimoreIt
It is the Intention of the publicity committee com committee committee ¬
mittee to make hay tomorrow while the themajority themajoritY themajority
majority of the visitors are sightseeing sightseeingA
A t small sm l delegation el 8tlon will be sent to Bal Baltimore Baltimoreto Baltimore ¬
timore timoreto to meet members rnemb + rs of the Board of ofTrade o oTrade oTrade
Trade and other civic bodies and to tonrlnklo tonrJnkIo tonrinkle
< nrlnklo around some attractive reading readingmatter readingtnIItter readingmatter
matter telling te1Un where New Orleans is isind isInd isand
ind how much m ch money reone it Is raising and andwhat andwhat andwhat
what a flnc worlds exposition eX1 > os1t1on it could couldset couldIet couldget
set up for Uncle Sam SamThe SamThe am amThe
The pilgrimage to ML Vernon yesteiv yesteivday y tei teiday eI eIday
day afternoon made a a great impression impressionupon Impr impressions S6loll S6lollupon
s upon the distinguished dlst1n shed visitors They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were pleased with their cruise down the thePotomac thePotomac thePotomac
Potomac on the dispatch boat Dolphin Dolphinand DolphInand Dolphinand
and enjoyed enjoyed every moment of their stay stayat stRyat stayat
at Wash Washingtons ngton s famous old plantation
home homeACTION homeACTiON homeACTION
The Joint Committee of the Board of ofTrade ofTrade ofTrade
Trade and the Chamber of Commerce ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed tc consider the feasibility of ofholding ofholding ofholding
holding a celebration In Washington of ofthe otthe ofthe
the opening of the Panama Canal issatisfied is issatisfied issaUsfie
satisfied from information received at atthe atthe atthe
the Capitol that no action will be taken takenat
at this th1ssesslon session of Congress CongressEach Congret15Each CongressEach
Each member of the committee how however hoveer however ¬
ever Is at work with members of the
House and Senate seeking favorable ac action action acon ¬
tion on on the resolution introduced in the
Hones by J r Hampton Moore and in
the Senate to by J H Gallinger GallingerIndividual Ga1UngerIndividual GatlinrerIndividual
Individual conferences are being held heldwith heldv1th heldwith
with Senators and Representatives andthe and andfhe
the be committee sees no necessity at this thisume
ume for public 1bUc hearings The commit ¬
tee t is satisfied that when Congress acts actson actsnn ts tsIn
on In the matter 18tta1 of a celebration the theclaims theclaims
claims of the National Capital will be
fully recognized recognizedOBJECT recognizedBENNINIi gnlzed gnlzedBENNING
OBJECT TO DUMP DUMPCommittee DUMPCommittee DIPCommittee
Committee Named to Confer ConferWith ConferWith ConferWith
With Commissioners Regarding Re Regarding Regarding ¬
garding the Matter MatterDeclaring MatterDeclaring MatterDeclaring
Declaring that it was a disgrace thatBenning that thatBenning thatBenning
Benning should be the dumping ground groundfor bToundCor groundfor
for refuse reus removed from the city cIt members mem memuers memers
bers uers ers of the Benning Citizens Associa Association A Association cla claHon ¬
tion last night voted to have a commit committee commlttce committoe ¬
tee confer with theCommissioners the Comml58loners on onho ontho onho
tho ho present system of dumping refuse refusen
n the suburb suburbIt
It ws wasasserted asserted that the health of all allresidents allr allresidents
residents r of Bennins Ben lng was menaced by bythe bythe bythe
the present system It was alto ab o pointed pointednut pointedout pointednut
nut that wagons bons bearing bearJn refuse passthrough pass passthrough passthrough
through Benning every day includingSunday Including IncludingSunday includingSun
Sunday Sun sometimes om Umes BO heavily loaded loadedthat loadedthat loadedthat
that refuse Is scattered over the road roadway roadway roadway ¬
way wayUnanimous wayUnanimous wayUnanimous
Unanimous indorsement indo ementwas was given the theSOcent the8Ocent theSOcent
SOcent gas bill by the members Ap Approval Approval Approval ¬
proval was also given the universal universaltransfer untvers1ltranaer universaltransfer
transfer bilL The ejection of President PresidentRichardson ProsldelltRfcbardlOlt PresidentRiehaMson
Richardson astreasurer as treasurer of the Federa Federatlcn Federat
tlcn t len of Citizens Associations tlaeocl octIons tions was in indorsed indorsed indorsed ¬
dorsed The he i pent ext exf rnerin mft 1n n of the th asaociation as asEoclatton a82ocSUon
Eoclatton win 1n be bl the thid th thi 4d d ThJiSJy Th ii I s sal y in inJunar jnJune inJune
Junar June
Portraits From Left io o Right Are Those hose of Martin Behrman Mayor of New Orleans J 7 V Sanders Governor of Louisiana and E L Chappuis Secre Secretary Secretary ¬
tary of the Worlds Panama Exposition Company The Group Picture Below Shows S SI ows Governor Sanders and Members of the Louisiana Legislature
Trolley T roIley Drill Is Latest Fad FadIn PadIn FadIn
In Brooklyn BrooklynSchools BrooklynSchools BrooklynSchools
Schools SchoolsXETV
NEW YORK May ay 27 21Always Always wait waituntil waituntil waftuntil
until th the car stops stopsThats stoPeThat tope topeThats
Thats That the very latest yell In the theschool theschool theschool
school gymnasium It te If sounded on theminiature the theminiature themlnituro
miniature trolley car a contrivance In lathe Inthe inthe
the gymnasium of the Eastern District DistrictHigh DistrictHiSh DistrictHigh
High School the Manual Training High HighSchool HighSchool HighSchool
School Brooklyn and a few others othersYesterday othersYesterday othersYesterday
Yesterday afternoon it was on exhlbl exhlblI exhlbltion exhibition
I tion at the games of the Eastern Dis District District District ¬
trict High SchooL SchooLIt
It Is a quaint contrivance that in gen genera genera genera ¬
era design looks like an ordinary ordinal hand handcar handcar handcar ¬
car But it has a step exactly the tbesame thesame thesame
same in size position po lUon and distance from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the ground as those on an ordinary ordinarystreet ordinarystreet ordinarystreet
street car It is designed to teach girls girlshow girlshow girlshow
how to get on and off a car properly
Six girls propel the car at a good rate rateof rateot rateof
of speed around the track At certain certainpoints cortlnpoints certainpoints
points there are stations where other othergirls othergirls othergirls
girls are waiting There the girls on onthe onthe onthe
the car practice descending and the oth others others othems ¬
ers getting aboard aboardThey aboardThey aboardThey
They must wait till the car is station stationary staUona1 stationary ¬
ary a1 When they get off they th must be befacing 1 5efaclng > e efacing
facing the direction In n which the car caris carIs caris
is going They must take hold of the thehandrail thehandrail thehandrail
handrail handrail both ascending and descend descending descenlng descending ¬
ing and they must learn grace as well wellas wellas wellas
as precision pre islon in their movements movementsYou movementsYou movementsYou
You will be surprised said Miss MissJeanette MissJeanette SassJeanette
Jeanette Trowbridge physical culture cultureteacher cultureteacher cultureteacher
teacher at the Eastern Ea tern District High HighSchool HijhSchool HighSchool
School If f you stop to notice how awk awkwardly awkwardly awkwardly ¬
wardly not to say dangerously most mostwomen mostwomen mostwomen
women board a street car And as for forI torbettlns forgetting
I getting off it is rare they even wait for forthe forthe forthe
the car to stop unless forcibly restrain restrained ¬
ed by the conductor But the girls who whothoroughly whotho whothoroughly
thoroughly tho roughh learn the proper methods methodsIn mpth < lds ldsIn
In their schooldays will not forget forgetthem torgetth forgetthem
them themSAME th themSAME m mSAME
Funeral of Examiner In Pension PensionOffice PensionOffice PensionOffice
Office Held At Temple TempleBaptist TempleBaptist TempleBaptist
Baptist Church ChurchVlth ChurchWith ChurchWIth
With the death of Silas Boyce the theposition theposltlon theposition
position of examiner In the Pension Office Of Office Office ¬
fice becomes vacant for the first timesince time timesince tlmesince
since 1SS3 Mr r Boyce having been ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed to the office In that year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The funeral of Mr Boyce took place placeyesterday placeyesterday placeyesterday
yesterday afternoon from Temple Bap Baptist Baptist Baptist ¬
tist Church the Rev J J J Mull off officiating ottlelating offelating ¬
elating The interment took place at atGlenwood atGlenWood atGlenwood
Glenwood Cemetery Mr Boyce Is sur survived surrled survived ¬
vived by a wife Ite who was Miss U8S Marie MarieBartlett MarieBartlett MarieBartlett
Bartlett of this city dt and by a daughter daughterMrs daughterMrs daughterMrs
Mrs John Cummings of Brooklyn
With 1ith Strong and Sinewy Hands Removes Aching AchingMolar AchingMolar AchingMolar
Molar of Man Who Tries to Be a Squirrel SquirrelSings SquirrelSingsBlithely SquirrelSingsBlithely Sings Singsrvjwa
rvjwa Blithely Meanwhile
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TVTXSTED 8TED Conn OnD Slay 37 27Tbe The hui huiraanltarianism hu humanitarianism
raanltarianism of George orge W Jones the theblacksmith theDILeksmitb thehlaeksmlth
blacksmith of Bakersville near here Is Issurpassed IsMJrpssed issarpassed
surpassed sarpassed only onl by the versatility of the thesame thesame I IHme
same blacksmith blacksmithHe
He can n play the accordion he can cansing can611ll cansing
sing a song be can shoe 8 Oe a mute or twu twumales twumules twomules
mules and he can discuss religion art artpolitics artpoIitlca artpolitics
politics Shakespeare and the musicalglasst musicalglasses musical musicalglasses
glasses It has just ju t fallen to his lot lotto lotto lotto
to pull a tooth out of a man once deputy deputysheriff d8JMItysheriff deputysheriff
sheriff and postmaster and he did It Itwith Itwith Itwith
with his thumb and forefinger and never neverstopped neer8topped neverstopped
stopped singing singingFor singingFor singingFor
For years toothaches have run in the thefamily thefamily thefamily
family of B I L Belden The cure of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his race descended on Mr Belden whilehe while whilehe 1
he was as engaged in biting a nut He Haturned Heturned Heturned
turned to his wife albeit with con consummate conI conIsummate consummate ¬
summate selfcontrol and remarked remarkedthat remrrkedthat rcmrrkedthat
that he couldnt stand It ItYou ItYou itYou
You must be patient sheriff she shere re replied toplied ¬ I Iplied
plied Think of the patience of Job JobThats JobThats JobThats
Thats all right he retorted and andScripture andScripture4nto andScriptureinto
Scripture Scripture4nto into the bargain But Job he henever henever henever
never tried trll to be a squirrel squirrelBut equrre1But equfrrelBut
But you should be a little lIttI patient patientanyway ImtlentanTWRY patientanyway
anyway persisted Mrs Belden See Seehow Seehow Seehow
how uncomplainingly I take It ItBut it itBut I IBut
But the sheriff only muttered and andtried andtried I Itried
tried to kick the cat catOF catFUNERAL
PARTS P AmS May 37 rOn On the issue f rue of caps capsor capsor capsor
or top hats the coffin bearer of Paris Parisare parlsare Parisare
are today threatening a strike They Theybave Theybae Theyhave
have Issued an ultimatum to the under undertakers undertakers undertakers ¬
takers syndicate that unless they are arepermitted a apermitted arepermitted
permitted to supplant the uncomfortable uncomfortablehat
hat de luxe by b caps while officiating officiatingat
at funerals they will 111 go on strike strikeTho strikeTho strikerho
Tho request threw the undertakers undertakersinto
into a fine French frenzy but they the re replied replied replied ¬
plied that the dignity of French fu funerals funerats funerals ¬
nerals must bo preserved at all hazardsThe hazards hazardsThe 11azardsThe
The dead eaters as the coffin bear bearers bearers bearera ¬
ers are known in France say they will willgive willgive 111 111ghoe
give the e undertakers two weeks to con consider consider consider ¬
sider their request and If it is refused refusedthey tetns etusedthey 1 1tbe7
they will 111 walk through the streets ofParis of ofPaiis f fPari
Paris with caps on their heads and andopera andopera andopera
opera hats in their hands I
The PEN Of OfI
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Whats ts that you ou say demanded demandedMrs deman 4omaadedMrs e4
Mrs 8 Bolden BoldenI
I cant with women present Ute tbesheriff Uteaherltf thesheriff I
sheriff answered answeredAfter answeredAfter I
After a night of agony 501t the t e sufferer suffererhooked auttererhooked suffererhooked
hooked up his road mare and ad set out oralfor outfor owtfor
for New Hartford to see a dentist HIs Hteway HIsw Hisway
way w y led him past the e smithy of p l Jonas Jotwsof J0D < 0M
of t Bakersvllto Bakersv le Jones was wasmule shoeing a amule
mule and as he shod be sang ag bill billly blithe
ly like a bird birdYou blnlYou birdYou
You wouldnt sing remarked remark the tbetormented thetormented thetormented
tormented man with some asperity rlty if 9fy ifyou leyou
you y had my tooth toothOn toothOn toothOn
On tb the contrary replied the smith smithwho smithwbo smithwho
who bein being versatile can talk and andI andsing andsing
I sing with the same side 81 < e of his mouth mouthat
at t tb the same time thats where youre yourewholly yourewb yourewholly
wholly wb wholly l1r wrong wron wrongfor for the drinksftnd drinks
1 find you very annoying began beganthe beganthe beganthe
the sheriff sheriffBut sh6rJttBut sheriffBut
But as he opened opene hIs mouth to say
those tho e words the adroit Smith Inserted Inserteda in erted ertedthumb
a thumb and forefinger into the orinea oriliceand orineaand orlftcand
and drew forth the broken molarhUe molarwhile molar molarwhile
while hUe the sheriff began be an unre unrehearsed unrehearsed unrebearsed ¬
hearsed but indescribably artistic artisticpantomime artltlcpantomime artisticpantomime
pantomime of rolling on the graM
Solo br Smith SmithVictory SmithVictor
Victor Victory vlctory victo victoThe
The drinks drinks are on yon yonVlctory yonVletoo u uVictory I
Victory vlctory
The drinks they are ar arOn I
On you I
Nebraskan Expects to Have
50000 Signatures to toPetition toPetition toPetition
Petition PetitionLINCOLN PetitionLINCOLN
LINCOLN Neb May ST 3ir I have sent sentBryan sentBryan lentBryan
Bryan petition to every prectoot in inPolk inPolk inPolk
Polk Tounty and Dd they are re being gener generouaty generouay ener enerOUilly
ouaty signed said kI Victor Wilson of ofStronwburg ofStrOmtlbUlg8 ofStromeburg
Stronwburg a member of the Nebraska NebraskaDemocratic NebraskaDemocratic 8bruk 8brukDemoeratlc
Democratic LegteUunre LegteUunreTbe Legt LegIeta Ia ureThe ure ureThe
The petitions sale stc that Mr Bryans Bryansname BryanlIname Bryansname
name be placed upon the ballot as 8 a acandidate acaMldate acandidate
candidate for the United States Senate SenateThose 5enteT SenateThose
Those T petitionswa be circulated pretty prettythoroughly pcettythoroughly prettythoroughly
thoroughly over the State and we will willbe willbe willbe
be able to get many thousands of sign signers signers signers ¬
ers In fact I nnnly believe that we e can canget canbet canget
get 50019 O lIt names on these petitions petitionscandidate petitionsDo
10 you ou believe Mr r Brsa an will ill be a acandidate acandidate
candidate for the Senate was asked askedMr askedr
Mr r Wil Wilson WuonI o oI
I feel positive that when we w file these thesepetitions thesepeUtton thesepetitions
petitions he hwill will consent to make therace the therace therace
race I think there is no doubt about aboutit
it was the answer answerC
C W Bryan was asked if he knew knewthat kne knethat knewthat
that petitions were being circulated in inthe Inthe 1 1the
the interest of Mr Bryan and he replied repliedthat repliedthat I Ithat
that he bad heird he nit s4 there theethat thatsuchpett were suchpett suchpetttions such su < h peti petitions pet pettions ¬
tions in exlete existence but 1 ut that at he bad d re received reoetved received ¬
ceived no direct information regarding regardingthe regardilllthe
the matter
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My wonderful painless methods methodsassure methodsassure methodsassure
assure absolute freedom from pain and andsuffering andsuffering andsuffering
suffering Thousands of people en endorse endorse endorse ¬
dorse my work andteH and tell with gratitude gratitudeof
of the relief I have given them themFree themFree themFrye
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4077th St NW NWOpposite
Opposite OlPo lte Woolworth ti 5 s lOc Store Open Evenings EV nlngs Until S P MJ MJSundays lr lrSundai8 I
Sundays 10 A A 31 to 1 P 31 1UJ
Key In Safe Here So Ap Appraisement Appraisement AAPraisement ¬
praisement of Estate EstateIs
Is Halted HaltedDBICVHR Halt HaltedDPBR < l lvBR
DBICVHR vBR CoL May 2 2iAt At Clonmel Clonmelthe C1o Clonmelthe mel melthe
the Coterade borne of the late Tho TaomaB TaomaBF ThorsasF man manF
F Walsh Wa Js 3000 < worth of winos BoCJe BoCJeof seJieot sotbeof
of them MO years old The key to the thecellar thecellar thecellar
cellar is In a safe The combination of ofthe oCtlte ofthe
the ate te In Washington Wasbi gteB So th there thereyou thereyet re reyou
you are areUntil areUnUt areUntil
Until the strong box can be unlocked unlockedthe
the appraisement of this portion of theWalsh the theWalsh theWalsh
Walsh estate Is at a standstHL standstHLWalsh standstJUWalsh standstllLWalsh
Walsh was 8 a connoisseur of costly costlywines costlywines costlywines
wines and prided himself upon as fine a acollection acollection acollection
collection of aged goods considering Its itasize Itssize itssize
size as could be found in the West W WestHowever WastHowever ute uteHowever
However the key to the cellar Is in the theNational theatonal theNational
National atonal Capital and for the time being beingone beingone beingone
one of the unique features of o the inyen inyentory Inyentory inyentory
tory remains a mystery mysteryAn tr8teryAn
An Inventory of the realty of the theWalsh theWaeh theWalsh
Walsh estate e tate will be completed within a afew afew afew
few weeks This will Include the theacre theacre Kfh Kfhacre
acre tract known as Ckmzael formerly formerlyWoihurst focmerlyWoIhurst formerlyWothurat
Woihurst the Chessman property on onLincoln QnLincoln onLincoln
Lincoln avenue a v Ue sold to the Sons of the theRevolution theRevolution theRevolution
Revolution the Roy group of xainin xaininclaims mining miningclaims miningclaims
claims near ne r LeadvOle and the Hidden HiddenTreasure HS4WenTre HiddenTreasure
Treasure Tre ure and other mines near Gamy OarayNegotiations Ourayegotl GamyNegotiations
Negotiations egotl O 8 for the sale of donraei donraeiare CIoDmelare
are progressing progree IDg and within the next two twoor twoor
or three weeks a deal will probably be beclosed bedosed beclosed
closed for the transfer Three persons personshive Personahave > > ersomJ ersomJhlve
hive submitted bids and two tw of them themare themare themare
are said to be close to the approximated approximatedfigures approximatedffgures approximatedtiggures
figures or the appraisers appraisersWhen appral appraisersWhen eis eisWhn
When B O Wolcott purchased the theproperty thepropertJ theproperty
property a 8 number of years ago It was wasa
a ranch He paid 35000 for it He made
improvements to an extent that brought broughtthe
the entire cost to him about JICOOXJ
Walsh paid 75 zsooe X for the property prop rty
Walsh changed the name from Woi ¬
hurst to Clonmel the latter being the thename 13ename thename
name of his birthplace in Ireland The Thepurchasers Thepurcbasers Thepurchasers
purchasers probably will 111 change the thename thename thename
name again againThe againThe againThe
The appraisers of the estate Daniel
W Shea and John C Tworably have havefiled hafIfiled havefiled
filed their report One bed room set
is worth stole 1440 alone and the other otherproperty otherproperty otherproperty
property about about the place is appraised appraisedat
at ndf 100 This includes furniture furnitureimplements farm
implements stock tock etc etcJULIA etcJULIA etcJULIA
On Ninetyfirst Birthday Anniver Anniversary AnniversaryFlooded AnniversaryFlooded ¬
sary saryFlooded Flooded With Congratulations Congratu Congratulations Congratulations ¬
lations and Flowers FlowersBOSTOX FlowersBOSTON
BOSTON May 2h tTekgrams = Telegram cables cablesand cablesand
and Dd letters of congratulation are pouring pouringin pouringtocky
in today on Julia Ward Howe grand grandold grandold grandold
old woman of America who Is eels celebrating eel eelbratlng eelsbrating ¬
brating her ninetyfirst DiJl ty birthday anniversary anni anniversary annlverNr ¬
versary verNr XT Mrs Howe is in better health healththan healththan
than she was last year and D4 she 8 e ereceived per personally personally < < ¬
sonally received her relatives and Del many manyintimate manyIntbDte manyintimate
intimate friends friendsA rle
A steady profession pro of flowerbearing flowerbearingraeeseagers flowerbearingmessengers
messengers er bas as been arriving at her herBeacon herBeacon betBeacon
Beacon street home all day daySWITZERLAND daySWITZERLAND
BERNE BER Switzerland Mar Xa 2T An Aneartbquake Anearthquake
1 earthquake has been felt throughout throughoutSwitzerland throughoutSwit throughoutSwitaeriand
Switzerland Swit rlnd The movement was most mostpronounced secretpronounced J t tpronounced
pronounced about this city where house household hOUBehold household ¬
hold furniture te some Instances was wasoverturned wasoverturned wasoverturned
State Senator Griffith of ofNew orN or orNew
New N ev Jersey Will Not NotOppose NotOppose Not0PAase
OSRBNTON TON May 2T nBsato Senator Griffith GriffithWt GrtfAthW
w + Lewis of BarttBgtoa county an announced aDROUDced announced ¬
nounced yesterday that lie 0 was wasCoDgreeeloDel act actCongressional a aCongressional
Congressional candidate and be predicted pre predicted pr prdieted ¬
dicted that Representative John Gardner Gardnerwould Gardnerwould Gardnerwould
would be renomioated and reelected In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Second Congressional Coagre HoDal district Sea Senator Selator Seaator ¬
ator Lewis bad been regarded as jHr jHrGardners YrGardners MrGardners
Gardners rival rivalI rlfLI
I I can see only Gardner in a survey sarveyof eY eYoJ
of the field said Id the Senator MJre He Trill Trillbave w1llhae willhave
have Atlantic county solidly behind him himthte hfnthis himthis
this y year ar There te harmony IB Atlan Atlantic Atlantic utantic ¬
tic and Commodore Knehnle KuehnleIsoDenly KuehnleIsoDenlyfor Is openly openlyfor open1ytor
for Gardner That is a whole lot better betternitnatJon bettertfituarlon bettersituation
situation from Mf Gardners viewpoint viewpointthan viewprntthan lnt lntthan
than was the case la 1903 1903Cope 1ro8y 1918Cape
Cope May y county C cnty Is In line too I Iam Iam Iam
am Informed en good authority and andDavid andDv andDavid
David Dv 1 Baird is for Mr Gardner That Thatlooks Thatlooks Thatlooks
looks like a pretty strong aggregation aggregationto
to me and I dont see how anybody can canbeat canbeat canbeat
beat It especially when It 15 s remember remembered ¬
ed that there has b 8 been no apparent op opposition opopostti opposition ¬
position postti n from the party leaders in Cumberland Cum Cumberland Cumberland ¬
berland county countyJiy countyter countyMy
Jiy term ter win be ont In two years yeasSo yearsSo Y YSo
So win Gardaers dDers and then I will feet teelperfectly teetperfectly feetperfectly
perfectly free should there be a sent sentiment B sentmeat U Ument ¬
ment for me to announcee announce myself elf a can candJdate candidate candklate
dJdate for that veryhigh and nd honorable honorableoffice hoDor2beotftee honceabteoffice
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lug severe pains in his jeW W M MStetQer MStettler L LStettler
Stettler of Weecoevllle today discov dieooTered discovered discovered
ered that he was cutting a new set of ofupper o oupper oilupper
upper teeth Mr Stettler Is fiftyfive fiftyflveyears fiftyfiveyears nnytiveenI
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making us famous for value valuegiving vahoeJ valuegiving
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high grade suite showing showingsuch MlowtDg6Uh wins winssuch
such a wide range of ofmle mater materials mateciaIs ¬
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all builds of men up uppd to 41strictly 44 44strictly 44strictI
strictly strictI hand handmtrots tailored gar garments garIDlDts ¬
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all uses 1Ip to 50 waist waistcareful waistcareful
careful woda workmanship aD8blp perfect per perf
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bargain opportunity SS SSvalues 3 aDd
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Right i tat at the Start of the Season August Prices onMens on onShown onMens
Mens Straw Hats HatsShown
Shown In Exclusive Mens Wear Stores at 159 15 and 288 2880n on a aB1
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BI g Bargain Table Saturday at choice
250 and 300 Hats at choice 150 150The
The very eIY newest newe t shapes and straws stn ws in all sires siaesThe sUiesThe siresThe
The biggest bi gest bargains in Childrens Straw Had ever offered parentsOur parentsOur parents parentsOur
Our enormous sales prove our daisEvery claim claimEvery claimEvery
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tables ta b1es Saturday at a
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Khaki Cannon Cloth C1othIn in plain white and fancy patterns patternsBuster patternsBuster
4 Buster Brown Russian and Sailor Blouse styles yIes sizes tofit to tofit tofit
> fit little Jt fellows of 3 2i years up to sizes 10 for bigger bcs big boys
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