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R THE mW W WA cur SHINGTOX mrncTrnrFr TIMES FRIDAY4 FumAr MAT 1ra12 2 4 ysi 1910 n
CAPITAL mOTORISTS mOTORISTSON OTORISTSr
r ON FIVE DAYS RUN RUNFir RUNFirst
First Fir t Reliability Contest of ofSeason ofSeason ofSeason
Season In This Section SectionIs
Is Started StartedWEATHER StarteaWEATHERISIDEAL StartedWEATHER
WEATHER WEATHERISIDEAL WEATHERISIDEALBUT IS IDEAL IDEALBUT IDEALBUT
BUT ROADS ROUGH ROUGHTomorrows ROUGHTomorrows ROUGHTomorrows
Tomorrows Run Will Be From FromStaunton FromSt FromStaunton
Staunton St unton to Richmond RichmondI27
127 Miles MilesBy l1iIesBy MilesBy
By HARRY WARD WARDUnder WARDTinder
Under the rules of grade three for forreliability forreliabfUty forreliability
reliability contests and with the thesanction th thsanction thesanction
sanction of the American Automobile AutomobileAssociation AutomobileAssociation AutomobileAssociation
Association the first of the reliability reliabil reliability reliability ¬
ity contests to be held this year in inthis Intbis inthis
this section of the country started startedfrom startedfrcm startedfrom
from here this morning on a five flvedas fivedars
das run to Richmond Va and re return return return ¬
turn The run is being promoted by bythe
the Post and is under the19lO the 190 rules rulesof rulesof rulesof
of the three As Twentythree cars carsare carsare carsare
are competing ranging in price from
SSe 690 88 to 4080 i0 0 in addition to which whichthere whichthere whichthere
there are six official cars car At 615 615this 615tilts 616this
this morning Starter William Jose Josesent Josesent Josesent
sent the Maxwell pilot car away to toblaze toblaze toblaze
blaze the way for the contestants contestantsThe contestantsThe
The pilot car is l being driven by b John JohnR JohnR
R Thomas while Harry Duckstein is isofficiating isofftciuinS isoffletatingg
officiating as s niloL I lol The first of the thecompeting theC8IIpetlnS theoenlpeting
competing cars to leave the starting
line was a little Hupmobile driven by b bI
I C Hamilton and at minute inter intervals Intervals intervals ¬
vals the balance of the cars were I
given signal to hit the pike for
Richmond RichmondWill RichmondWill RichmondNell
Will Help Roads Movement MovementThis MovementThis MovementThis
This is I the first long contest of the the
kind that has oVer left Washington
r for a run through Virginia and it i iexpeetvd iexpee iexpeettd
expeetvd expee It will give the good roads rOIldamovement roadsmovement
movement movement a decided impetus Imp tus The Th
South is gradually awakening to the
Importance of having its highways
in good shape for the expected io luaaton inyaalon
g vasion of the motoring clans and
tours of the character of the one now nowunder nowunder nowunderway
underway under way ay are doin doing yoeman service
+ In spreading the gospel g08 el of good roads
The run will cover about SCO 00 miles milesand mUesAd milesand
and Ad all sorts of roads will be encountered en encountered encountered
countered The supreme test will be
the second days run from Staunton
to Richmond which is over a moun
tain range through what Is known
as 8 Rock Fish Gap The cars that
come through this days run with per ¬
L fect i scores will be mechanical me hanical mar ¬
vole velsThe voleThe I
The first days run ip I to Staunton a
distance of 164 mUes The route is
via I a Falls Church Leesburg Lee burS Berry
vllle Winchester lnche ter and Strassburg
The noon control will be at Winches ¬
ter terand and at this point the drivers and
passengers pa enRcrs will stop for lunch while
the cars can be replenished with
l lene len ne and oil The first car is due gaso to ¬
check in at Staunton at 510 this af ¬
ternoon The contestants will find
the going going between Washington and
Berryville rather rough but beyond
that city is the farfamed Shenan Shenansccnlc
doah valley route which is a tine
wl mica m macadam dam roadwlt roadway From
scenic and a ti historic point of view the th R e
valley vaJle route affords
an auto run
sec sec ec ¬
ondto ond to n nonein n tn this countrySecond country countrySecond countr countrSecond
Second Days Run RunTJ RunT RunTl
TJ T ti second days run Is from Staunton Stauntoto n
to Richmond a t distance of 127 11 miles mlloewfth mIJ06wtth mileswtth
wtth the noon control at Charlottesville Charlottesvillewill
Sunday will be spent in Richmond and anda an ana d
a number n amber of interesting events have e
been b eR arranged alTaR < < M for the participants In 1 Inthe
the Jte run The Richmond Automobile Au AutomobilClub tomobn tomobnClub e
Club will dispense itttJpen e Southern hospitality ho pltallt
in its Il spacious quarters and there will m 1
be other things to enliven the visit of o othe f
the Washingtonians The he fourth days daysrun daysrUb daysrue
run which which begins Monday Ionday is fromRichmond from rom romRIchmond n
Richmond to Locust L euat Dale > a distance dl tance of ofS3 o oS3 i
S3 miles mi the noon control being at a s is
Iuh I nttea One hundred miles is the ex exteRt oxteat ¬
tent of the last days run from Locust LocustDale LocustDale LocusDale t
Dale to Washington the cars being hein heinsc beinscheduled
scheduled sc eduMd to arrive home shortly after afteroel q 4 4oclock 4ocJflck
oclock oel ockock Tuesday Tu a afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The r referee fer of the run is William DWest D Dt8t
West t8t former president of the Automo Auto Autobile mno ¬
bile dub of Washington ashln on while Robert RobertCaverJy RobertCaverly Roberb t
b > CaverJy who is also a former press president preaid pressdent ¬
dent d nl or the club is the > representative reprMentaUwo
o of the t e American A rictn Automobile Association
The other officials are Starter William rill lam m
Jose J checkers 3 HJoharsen H Joharsen and Mr fur
Olmstead Olmste ad < U chief observer ob erver Frank Boyd BoydpHet BOYdpRot Boydpilot
pilot H E DuGkqtein technical com conmittee committee committee ¬
mittee R B Civeriy W D West H HLJu
LJu E Duckstein DucksteinThe DucutetnThe
The Competing Cars CarsTbt CarBoThe CarsTh
Th The competing cars with their official officialnumbers officialnumbEre officialnumbers 1
numbers and drivers drh arc as follows JCo
1 Ford p Charles E Miller No o 3 Hup Hupmobite Hupmobt Hu Humobile P
mobile mobt I C Hamilton No 3 Amplewithdrawn Ample Amplexwithdrawn Ample Amplewithdrawn > x
< < withdrawn No 4 Moon Ioon J S Lar Larcombe LarCOIP Laycom
combe com jr No 0 a 5 G J T G A L I Drew DrewNo DrewNo
No 0 1 5 Washington 38hington Frank Carter doi No No1VahiLston
7 Washington W V D Arrison No o S SOtdomabits 8Oklf SOldsmobile
Oklf Oldsmobile n bIe II Moebs No o 9 Regal RegalFrank RegalFrank RegalFrank
Frank Hsmer No 10 Overland Oor and Clay Clayton Clayton Cfayton ¬
ton Graff No 11 Marion H M 1 Hall HallNo HallXo HallNo
No 12 1 Kline iwithdrawn No 13 Stav Stavcr Staver Stayor
cr Emory Knudsen No 14 Moline E EH EH EH
H Wine No 15 Mora John TohnT J Fister FisterNo Fister1I FlsterNo
No 1I o 16 Maxwell Harry Harr Walls No 17 17Columbia IiCcHumbia 17Columbia
Columbia Bert rt Robertson No IS Ampan Am Amplex AmpleC
pan Robert Heed No 13 Elmore GA G GA GA
A Hardart No 20 O Maxwell A D RehNo Reh RehNo Reho
No o 21 I Buick Bui < k Sanley Mortimer NoBuick No Noi NoBuick
i Buick truck Ward ard Angle No 23 Z3ord
Ford FOrd ord E J L Drake > > rake ra No 24 4 PaigeDetroit t
I START STARTOF 6F SEASONS RELIABILITY RELIABILITY RUN j
I
E Seiby Setb No 3 Buick T C JohnstonThe Johnston JohnstonThe John ton tonTho
The official cars and their drivers arc arcPilot arcPilot
Pilot ilaxivell ftr well John R Thoma referee ref referce reCere
ere Amplex S H Homer checkers checkersWarrenDetroit chcckenlfarrenDetrolt checkersWarren1
WarrenDetroit Warren1 > etrolt G W V Wells starter starterIranklin starterFranklin tartl tartlFrankltn
Franklin Trek John Burns press pressWashington preesV82hinton pressWashington
Washington A Gary 2rY Carter and Oldsmobile Olds Oldsraobile Oldlmobile
j mobile Tay Tayloe Ice Pollock PollockRepresentatives Pollockntpr PollockReprsa
Representatives ntpr Reprsa ntatives tJltlvff of oCone one morning morrt and andtwo andt andwo
two t t wo o afternoon papers including The TheTimes TheTJrnH TheTimes
Times a are re covering the tourARRIVE tour tourARRIVE tourARRIVE
ARRIVE AT WINCHESTER WINCHESTERWINCHESTER WINCHESTERWINCPESTER WINCHESTERWINCHESTER
WINCHESTER Va May Ma 27 2tIde 27Idealweather Ideal Idealweather l lweather
weather beautiful scenery and about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the roughest road ro d motorists ever sawwere saw sawwere sa v vwere
were the distinguishing dittftCU sbi g features of tM themornings th thmornings tMmornings
mornings run runTwenty TUftTwenty runTwenty
Twenty cars started those declining decliningthe decUolnJtbe
the issue being No 4 Moon No 12 12Kline 12KIln 12Kline
Kline No 5 G J T G No 3 Amptex Ampiexand Amptexand Amplexand
and No 13 Staver The only accident accidentreported accidentreported accidentreported
reported so far was a slight SUb t one sue sustained suetamed U8 U8lained ¬
tamed b by No t Regal No o one was washurt naahurt as ashurt
hurt and and the trip was soon resumed resumedAll
All the discomforts of mroring frlnS were wereforgotten wereforbotten wereforgotten
forgotten when the fifteenmile iiretch iiretchdf iecl1f h hdf
df f smooth macadam leading Into Win Winchester W1nchet Winchester ¬
chester chet ter was as reached Everybody beat beatit
it over this road In order to make up
lost time The Th balance of the trip toStaunton to toStaunton toStaunton
Staunton will be made over fine roads roadsbut roadsbut roadsbut
but several Yeral speed ed traps are reported in inoperation Inoperation 1noperation
operationPLATINUM operation operationIN operationPLATINUM
PLATINUM IS FOUND FOUNDINHELLGATE
INHELLGATE IN IN In HP nLLLuUL 1 NTF RfW ROCK ROCKTest tiiM tiiMTests
Tests Show As High As 16 16Ounces 16Ounces
Ounces to the Ton TonEngineer TonEngin TonEngineer
Engineer Engin er Says SaysGOLD j jGOLD
GOLD HILL Ore May ray 37 3iT11at That plat platinum ptatInum platmum
inum has ha been bee discovered In paying payingquantities payfngquantities
quantities in Southern Oregon Is > 8 the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion of W A Marvin a mining mlnin en en engineer engineer ¬
gineer neer who is in Good Hill on profes professional prof profskmal professlonal ¬
sional business buslne s Mr Ir Marvin has exam examined examined ¬
ined specimens of tho rock that come comefrom comefrom
from a a mine live miles west of Merlin Merlinon i ion
on the west est side of Rogue river aboutthree about aboutthree I Ithree
three miles from the famous Hell Gate Gatea
a a wonderful prospective water wat r Power ppweron porreton
on the stream of the same name nameThe nameThe
The rock has every indication ofplatinum of ofplatinumand orlaUnumBd
platinum platinumand laUnumBd and assays made of it in Ger Germany Germa Germany ¬
many ma y have given g en as high as sixteen sixteenounces sixteenounc
ounces ounc ssaidMr said Mr Marvin Other as assays assaS assays ¬
says saS made in Portland have given giveneleven giveneleven giveneleven
eleven ounces unc of platinum to the ton tonI
1 have not examined thelchle 1e 1o1e but therock the therock therock
rock which I saw was of a a character to toindicate toidicate toitdkate
indicate that the platinum is found in inpace Inpace
pace The fact that platinum has hasbeen basbt hasbeen
been bt > Cn found thus is of special Interest to toMr totr
Mr tr Marvin as he spent a nt two years ears in inthe Inthe
the employ of of the Government working workingmostly orkin orkinmostly
mostly In Coos and Curry counties countiesseacrTiIng countiesseacrblnf countiesseacrhing
seacrTiIng for the source of the plat platinum platinum platinum ¬
inum which Is found in tho black sandsof sands sanclsof
of the eeacoast seacoa and especially in the thesands thesands thesands
sands at the mouth of Rogue Ro uc riverAt river riverAt riverAttimea
At Attimea times his search took him within six sixmiles sixmiles sixtulles
miles of the place p1a < e where platinum has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been discovered at Merlin when a a break breakoccurred breakoccurred breakoccurred
occurred in the formations and he wasunable wasunable was wasunable
unable to follow the traces of the theprecious theprcious theprefous
precious metal further furtherMILLINERY t furtherMILLINERY rther rther1ULLINERY
MILLINERY OR MILITARY MILITARYT
T r would like tt to > look at atsome some hatpins hatpinsTes hatplnsYes hatpinsYes
Yes maam For millinery purposes purposesor
or selfdefense maam maamPhUadclphla maamPhUadclphlaLedger Philadelphia PhiladelphiaLedger
Ledger
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LAST WEEK WEEKSale
Sale of Combined Stocks StocksFurniture StocksFurniture
Furniture and andFloor andFloor
Floor Coverings Coverings40c
40c to 7 ° can c con
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founded 1861 W B BMOSESOC MOSES SONSfStreet SONS Cor Cortrittl 1 1111
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SOME PECULIAR TRADES TRADESThe
The drysalter d dnsalterthat saltertbat that mysterious myattIi Us trades tradesman trademanWIl3 tradesmanwas ¬
man manWIl3 was at the time of the great fire a adealer a ad adeuler
dealer d ler in salted or dry meats me 1a pickles picklesraucee pick pickIIUC6 pkklessauces
sauces etc but he no longer dry salts saltsbut saJ saJbut saltsbut
but sell selia instead drugs d dyestutfs colors coiorxand colorgaDd colorsand
and cl eontc c nlcals l and even buttons His Hischanged H Hchanleti Hisehangelt
changed business Is due to the fact tl t that thatthe thtthe thatthe
the grocer grn < er and the Italian ware warehouse warehouse warehouse ¬
house nuj have captured hi his origi original originaltrade orid9atradp gai gaitrade
trade although they the have mercifully
left hies him the name There are many other oth other othtt ¬
er businesses that are r equally I Iwalnr pouting
tt tu
Probably most of us know what a oora ooraxvalner eo eowainer
xvalner is Nut wt ut what hat is aa upholder andwhat and andwhat aJtdwhat
what doer dO < he h uphold One remembers remembersthe Km1hers Km1hersthe
the impawns impo tn Societe knonyme < nonyroe nont > > e des de Ita Itajnoneurr It Itmoneurp Iientonetlrs
jnoneurr 4 de < > Part which HO impressed impressedand Im impressedand reseed reseedand
and mystified m JtUied th tM inhabitants of 0 Clare Claremarket CI CImark flaremarket
market mark t until they saw sa the familiar familiarbnish tam1Uarbntsho familiarbrushes
bnish brushes > s ant and sticks which proclaim proclaimthe
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No aid the tru trust t magnate with withmuch withmach lh lhmIlCh
much Impressiveness Jmpre tvenON I have ba ve nothing to toexcuse toexewe is isexcuse
excuse nothing to conceal concealAnd COBeyAnd concealAnd
And after dinner he and ad the confi confidential confidentiaJ coAdenial ¬
denial bookkeeper spent half th the night nightburning RIghtthe nightburning
burning the recedeCleveland records Cleveland Plate PlateDealer PlainVHY Pla PlaDealer to
Dealer DealerWHY
WHY COTTON IS HIGH HIGHWhat HIGHVhat HIGHWhat
What made the price of cotton 50 o up upso n nso p
pe
so suddenly asks the man NA with the thewtepy thepy th thwispy e
wispy py whiskers whiskersHear whlekeraHear whiskerssear
Hear about Roosevelt sending MlMlIa sOor SOOO SOOOor iOOor 1
or 8C09 I animals to the Smtthsootaa S Itt 90n6a1 In Institution Instltutlon Inetitution ¬
stitution MIte the t ana ma with the t e over overdrawn overdrawn er erdrawn ¬
drawn ears Well en every on one of the thehas them themhas themhu m
has to be staffed wits cotton e tton battingChicago batting battingChicago bttlngChlca
Chicago Chlca o Poet
GIRL ARRANGES ARRANGES ALLHER ALL ALLMakes
HER FUNERAL PLANS PLANSMakes
Makes Her Own Shroud ShroudBuys ShroudBuys ShroudBuys
Buys Casket Selects SelectsGrave SelectsGrave SelectsGrave
Grave and Tombstone TombstoneEAST
EASr ORANGE N J 1 May 27 2Miss 2Misspieabatb 1188 11 11I j jElisabeth
I Elisabeth I < lIaa1N da G 0eon ten en of M Cambridge street aUeetI arrestwas i iwas
was buried clad in a thread ef her own ownmakJ ownmaking i ij
I
j making makJ TIle cotta In which her body bodyresled bodyrested j
j rested was of her own O cbooeinr choo l and
tile tn stone that will mark her grave rave was wasselected waaselected wasselected
selected by her and will be engraved en ved vedshe asshe as asshe
she ordered orderedMiss orderooMI orderedMiss
Miss MI Green who was twentysix years yearsold ye yearsold n nold
old found herself itt An ft advanced advaBCedof atoneof stage stageof
of tuberculosis tubereul ei8 lest December Deofa ter Site SIt de deckled dedded detided ¬
tided that abe had no chance of recov recovery recovery recovery ¬
ery and begaa at once preparation preparationfor pr prfor
for her funeralThe funeral funeralThe funeraLThe
The last aet time she left the home of her hersister 1torist hersister
sister ist < < Xrs rs James Egan with 1th whom whomshe whQmhe whomshe
she he lived aha drove to a store to pur pttrhase purA
S base a bolt of white satin from which whopto hich hichto
to fashion her grave clothes clottiesShe clotbMShe clothesShe
She worked on her shroud for nearly nearlytwo
two months When rttea it was done 11IM ne nerailed
railed in a marble MWeeuttr cutter and from hi hidesign his hisdesigns I
design picked the kind of tombstone tombstoneshe tomb toDe toDeshe
she wanted lUlted She directed thai It beeronly bear bearonly
only her name and It is ready te t be beerected beerected beerected
erected now nowThen BOWThea nowThen
Then M4 M Was Green chore her casket casketand c casketand ket ketand
and told t tie ie undertaker what load kindof ot a afuneral afun afuneral
funeral fun < < al she wanted Everything that thatwas thIltwu thatwas
was don dO vax ray as she had asked askedMiM aMMoli askedRise
Rise li Greens Gr nJr preparations ns were com completed ¬
pleted some week agl ago The tot mat matt matter
I ter H to which whlchae she gave her attendee atleDdoat we wethe was wasthe
the t h care of the grave ra ve ad when she shehad shehad abehad
had asked that rose ro ea be Planted i > upon uponit
it she 8 f wa was ready for the end she Mid tmtAto Midto saidto
to her slater slaterThk sisterThia lu luTh
Thk Th > is K s beautiful a day rd Uke todie to to4ie totie
tie before the sun Jtet sets ete I went to die diebefore diebror diebefore
before rte end of r Kay KayThA XayThat ay ayThu
That afternoon she he diedWOULDNT died diedWOULDNT diedVOULDNT
WOULDNT HURT BOTHlou BOTH BOTHYou BOTHYou
You claim to be acquainted acquainted with the thevarious thevarioua thevarious
various symptom ptom attending atteodtn eoncucrton eoncucrtonof
of the brain asked ked the lawyer lawyerW
W a will take a conerete ease con continifed eeatiaftd coni
tinifed i the counsel If my IeMJMCIfrt learnedfriend learned learnedfriend
friend frt counsel for the defense and my myself myselr ¬
self were to bang MUlg our heads togethershould together togetherKhouki togetherfihouJd
should we set concussion of the thebr thebrain theThe e
br brain m mLoutevflle r rTheYOUftF r
Ther
TheYOUftF The young lan n 8IIIH smiled < Id bitterly bitterlyTbe bitter bitterThe
The plOI1i htIttte8 are he r rtot rthat
tot cou oouaal for the deCease tic wJUId wJUIdLouI
Loutevflle LouI 11Ie Kerald KeraldTHE FerldTHE
THE VITAL QUESTION QUESTIONBrtdegrcom QUESTIONBt1degNdmNow QUESTIONBridegrcirntow
Bt1degNdmNow Brtdegrcom Now that we are nitlrsled mar married aa aarIed ¬
ried darling we tv must have e no 2110 ureae or orsecrets e
secrets ec from e each ch other otherBride otberBrIdeIbCn otherBrdeThen
BrIdeIbCn Bride Then tell me In truly Jack JIl < < k how howmuch howmuch ho homuch vc
much did you really TfA1I pay for that en engag engag
gag a ment ring r1 rtngIllustrated Illustrated Bits
Not only All Wool WoolNot WoolNot WoolNot
Not only Fast Color ColorNot ColorNot ColorNot
Not only Perfect Fitting FittingBut FittingBut FittingBut
But Thoroughly Tailored TailoredA
A serge that hasnt these four fea features features teaLures ¬
tures isnt worth having And price pricedoesnt pricedoesnt pricei
i
doesnt insure Insure them themyou you must musthave musthave musthave
have confidence in the store where whereyou whereyou whereyou
you buy We test our serges serg s with withoilboiling withoilboiling withoilboiling
oilboiling with acid with ex exposure exposure exposure ¬
posure to the weather weatherright right out outin outin
in the sun and ram rain We know knowthey knowthey knowthey
they are Allwool Allwooland and Fadeless FadelessAnd FadelessAnd FadelessAnd
And then our tailors get et them and andgive andgive andgive
give them that thorough tailoring tailoringthat tailoringthat tailoringthat
that serges more than any y other otherfabric otherfabric otherfabric
fabric require Wear is the onlyproof only onlyproof onlyproof
proof of this But youll find findSaks findSaks findSaks
Saks Serges hold their shape ab absolutely absolutely absolutely ¬
solutely to the end of your re required required reaired ¬
q quired aired service serviceYoull servce servceJ servceYoull
J YYoull
Youll find Serges at the Saks Saksprice Sakspriceeverywhere Sakspriceeverywhere
price priceeverywhere everywhere But they wont wontbe wontbe wontbe
be equal grades gradesthey they wont be beas bes beas
as s dependably made they wont wonthave won wonthave t thave
have the Saks distinctiveness of ofmodel ofmodelnor ofmodelnor
model modelnor nor the Saksfit We Wecouldnt Wecouldnt Vecouldnt
couldnt buy them We Ve have to tomake tomake tomake
make them themOur themOur themOur
Our three popular grades gradesarid gradesaridpopular gradesandpopular and andpopular
popular because they are so emi eminently eImnently eminently ¬
nently trustworthy and satis satisfactory satisfactory satisfactory ¬
factory
15 t 20 25 25In 25sinSlebreasted
In singlebreasted single breaStefsackst sacks with straight front and cutaway cutawayfront cutavayfrontand cutawayfrontand
front frontand and doublebreasted double breasted sacks sacksall all sizeSHregulars sizes regulars stoutsand stouts stoutsand stoutsand
and longs
THREE 1 PLEAD PLEADGUILTY GUILTY GUILTYOF
OF ot FRAUD IN SUGAR SUGARFormer SUGARFormer
Former Assistant Dock Su Superintendent Sup Superintendent ¬
perintendent p rintendent and TwoClerks Two TwoClerks TwoClerks
Clerks Ask Mercy MercyNXW
NXW N XW w YORK May 2iTaoee 2iTaoeeHlIiISH 27 Tkcee farmeremi4yee farmer termerempfeye
empfeye HlIiISH of the tJt Sugar Trust wno have hjtvebeen havebeen
been on trial with Charles XL R Hdke Hdkeand Raband Rulkeand
and other official omc charged with eennilraey con conspiracy ¬ I
spiracy ey to 0 defraud the Jae Government wnIIDeM to today today ¬
day withdrew their plan IIea of net gattty grittyand gatttyand
and through t thruu lOUfdl k their counsel admitted their theirxuttt theiruttt theirwilt
xuttt uttt and asked for the mercy of the thecaurt tIMceurt thecourt
court courtThey caurtThey ceurtThey
They were Harry W Walker former formerly formerly ¬
ly atvtotant a t dock superintendent super atendoet under underOliver waderOUYer anderOcher
Oliver Spttzer Jean J M Voelker and andJamea andJamea sadJames
Jamea F IfalUjran jr former checker
in exDtainine u1la Uar hw coofedon of orY wt last3ionday wtMonday
Monday Y Seltzer claimed that he wanted wantedto wantedtoaYe
to toaYe save those tbe e I toy sad since his hismonT testimony tesO tesOmony
mony monT he has heM a number f1f f confer conference coalereno8 confertacos ¬
tacos with them themWhen theftWben thenWhen
When court opened today Attorney AttorneyHenry AU8nMYHenry AttorneyHenry
Henry F Cochran representing the thetrio lbetrio thetrio
trio interrupted the proceedings < < a for formally formally ¬
mally to change the plea pi He oxpiatned ex explained 8 8plataM ¬
plained to the t court that the men hadbeen had hadbeen badbeea
been influenced b lueaeed hy their superiors and andthat andthat
that they received only it a week weekwhile weekwllUe weekwhile
while in the employ of the trust trustAcceptance trwrtAcceptn trustAcceptance
Acceptance of the plea narrows the thepresent tlMpruent thepresent
present trial down to three defendaats defend defendants deteDCIall ¬
ants all all hlgu big salaried men The They are
Heike who is still secretary ner of 0 of the
American Sugar Refining ReIbUn < < Company of
New Jersey better known as a the thetrust thetnqt thetrust
trust and secretary JJeCretar and treasurer trea urer ofthe of ofthe orthe
the American AmecanSugar Sugar Reflnins Re Dbag Com Company Company Company ¬
pany of New York a subsidiary con concern concern concern ¬
cern James F BendernagreL former formercashier formereaahier formercashier
cashier cashier at the Willianusbnrg Wllliarn burg Refinery Refineryand Reaaer Reaaerand finery fineryand
and Ernest Erne t W V Gerbracbt superin superintendent 811per1nteD4ent superintendent ¬
tendent of the sane me plant plantJudge plaDtloop plantJudge
Judge Martin ordered the clerk to tocord re record record ¬
cord the plea of guilty but stated tell that tliattime that1M thahe t
1M did DOt consider the preeent a good goodtlpu I Od Odtime
time to impose IIIJpo sentence He paroled paroledthe paroledtbeo paroledtrio
the trio in the custody y of counselwill counsel and andwin aa
win 1 sentence Mnt them after rer the trial of the theothers theothers theothers
others endsA ends endsA en enA
A number of lets letters rs written by Helke Helkewhich Helke1kb Helkwhich e
which the prosecution contended impli implicated bnpUcateCI imp impand U ¬
and the secretary eeretar In the frauds Cra were werethen weretben wer werplaced e
then thenGovernment placed In evidence after which the theGovernment tbaGoTemment
Government rested restedMotions reeledXotlone restedYotioas
Motions to dismiss were denied deI ed by b y
Judge Martin and tM trial was ad adjourn adjoUrn adjoura ¬
journ until Tuesday when the defense defensewill del delwiU delwill e ene neee
will be heard heardWalker heardWalker beardWalker
Walker Hallfaran and Voelker may
be called as wttaeMs wfiaekastimeon wttaeMsiavited WLIHJS U Prosecutor Prosecutorgtfmsoa
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Boys Allwool and fast col color C91 C91or color ¬
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S Sui u i t s in Doubiebreasted Doubiebreastedand Doubiebreastedand
and Norfolk Nor f 0 I k styles stylesall stylesallseams styIallseams all allseams
seams securely taped and anddouble anddo anddouble
double do ble sewed with silk Asgood As Asgood Asgood
good a serge as anybody sellsat sells sellsat sellsat
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MORE HISTORlC l
SITES ARE SELECTED SELECTHI
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Marked With Bronze BronieTab4ets BronzeTablets BronzeT
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of the citizens eltbe committee cottteet apfMtetry apfMtetryby eppOIn eppOInby
by tae t Commissioners to focmulatlplan toaa1llaupJan focmulatl faitiulattplan
plan for f0 the marking k1DC of such placetin placet
in I Washington and a4 tomorrow wan bV bVreferred tifreferred threferred
referred to the subcommittee o OR of mlfyt t
The historical data concerata conceratao eat to t to
o fthese sites will w l be collected fey th thsubcommittee the thenbeommlttee flitsubcommittee
subcommittee on sites lilt and ad aftoradop ft4radlJeHOD
ties by the executive committee wit
be held pending their marking
Senator Wetmore chairman cbalrJll of th tht b <
Joint Congressional Committee Conlllt en Li Lior
brary or rr which was designated de tgnated tins tMter1 yean
ago are areCoDgreu by Congress Con ree to mark the hsftorlca ca
places p in Washington Wuhl o and aDdIt which w hai haiISrt h4
an It appropriation > ISrt tion in its custody custodyas wil k
receive Chairman Van 1 as Wlekle ajJL aa wv wveral revoral ev evera
era oral members mem of the executiYecom sxecatIvs com
mittee at the Capitol tomorrow JM con e > > n
for upon the plans thus far r nn TU ea eaby
by the citizens ciriitttee comriittee Tlep Thran TJtII ep df def
ferent designs for toe tablets well Ql 1 ioffered ji >
offered to Mr WeSS Wetmore eCDore > re fo for 111I > ff a J
proval prova He al also 180 o will be quotediirie quotediirieon quoted price priceon lriuoa
on the approximate cost of the pro
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daily 3fcr Ib IbRedman
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Phone PiwnOtlers Orders 0r0I Promptly 7pt1y Filled FilledMain
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Pennsylvania Avenue and Seventh Street
Alvays proper properalways always rt ready readySaks ady adySaks
Saks Serges Are Guaranteed
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Never N ever have we been able to excel the values we weplace weplace welace
place P lace before the parents of Boys tomorrow The Thevariety Theis
variety Pvariety is at its i itsfullest fullest fu1l and andthe d the Qualities q alities are more morethan morethan morethan
than ordinary ordinarythey they Y are re exceptionally strong
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Boys Shops service I
Boys Fancy Cheviot C he v i 0 t
Knickerbocker Suits Suitsa a n d deach deach deach
each Suit with two pairs of ofPants ofPants ofPants
Pants strongly made cut in
full proportions and dressy in ineffect ineffect ineffect
effect ready to stand the service ser service service ¬
vice boys require You cant cantmatch cantmatch cantmatch
match them under A
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Knickerbockers Worth 75c 55c 55cBoys 55cBoys
Boys Nainsook Underwear u 25c 25cBoys 25cBoys 25cBoys
Boys 35c Blouse Waists 21c 21cBoys 21cBoys 21cBoys
Boys 75c Neglige Shirts 50c
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Childrens Straw raw Hats HatsTwo HatsTwo HatsTwo
Two big special values that cant cantcontinue cantcontinue cantcontinue
continue after Saturday SaturdayOaidreas SaturdayO
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Fancy FaRe Straws Sva W5 hi I wide brims SaIl SaflOT5 SaIlMiddy Salore
ore Middy and Mushroom shapes shapestriauaed ahapeektsinted
triauaed with sttk Seguter Itegularprice 1 XT XTprice
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CWldreas White Rough Stiraw S Sri raw Sell Sailors SellC Sellore ¬
C ors s trimmed tri uIMd with Navy Blue Silk SWcbands QJ QJbands 95
bands Regular R price 5195 OC C
Childrens ShoesThese Shoes ShoesThese ShoesThese
These are special prices on these thesetwo thesetwo thesetwo
two items They are both styles stylesthat stylesthat t
that are in demand demandCmMrens demandClrildreas
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Holiday Sale of Neglige ° Shirts 794 7Q 7Qe I
Actual Value 150 Special e Price PriceTo
To reach this climax of Shirt selling we have closed out the entire entiresurplus entiresurplus entiresurplus
surplus stock of plain white and fancy neglige shirts shirtsof of one our best shirt shirtmakers shirtmakers shirtmakers
makers A none too 00 active season rendered this assortment exceptionally exceptionallycomplete exceptionallycompleteand exceptionallycompleteand
complete completeand and as his patterns are all selected selectedthis this offering is of exclusive exclusiveand exdusiveand exclusiveand
and refined effects supplemented with plain white which are always indemaoo in indemand indemand
demand They are coat shirts with attached cuffs cuffsand and all sizes sizesStraw sizesW
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Straw W Hats that Are AreWeve Right RightWeve 1
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control of the best makes Ours are all perfect Straws Strawswe we dont accept accepta
a second or a castout but every ery strand in every braid is perfect and andthe andthe andthe I
the highest class of handwork stitches them into shapes that are distinctlveand distinctive distinctiveandcharacterful
andcharacterful and rharatarfiiL
Special SpecialAs As fine as any 250 250straw 250straw 250straw
straw on the mar market marA marhet ¬
A ket split and softbraids soft softbraids
braids 2 00
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Onepiece Onepiecefree free from all a 11 chem chemicals chemicals chemicals ¬
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