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2 THE W WASHflGTON S GTON TIMES MONDAY MO l Y MAT AY 30 1910
elation P M L Hansen St Louis and anduchn andJm andiclin
uchn M Glenn Illinois Manufacturers ManufacturersAssociation ManufacturersIssoclatlon MnnufacturorsAssociation
Association Chicago A number of ofothers ofothors ofothers
others are coming in later In the day
The scheme works both ways for the thelllled theIlied thejilted
lllled interests explained one of the therepresentatives thereprcsentatlv therepresentativpe
representatives here hereIf 110reIt hereIf
If this thl coup can be executed and andthe andthe andthe
the priced on the Street boosted they theyunload theyunload theyunload
unload the stock on the Investing pub public pUb1Ic publie ¬
lie and make money If It fails stocks stocksdrop stOCk9drop stooksdrop
drop the Investing Ime t1ng public gets into a apanic apanic apanic
panic and lolls at ridiculous figures figureswhile fi flgureswhile rures rureswhile
while the big ones In the deal buy In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the stock at low water mark figures figuresIts figure8Its tlguresIts
Its heads they win tails we lose loseHave lo logeHave e eHave
Have No Solution SolutionJust SolutionJust N NJust
Just what the shippers may be able to toaccomplish toaccomplish toaccomplish
accomplish In the way wa of stopping the theproposed theproposed theproposed
proposed increase in freight rates to toMissouri toMissouri toMissouri
Missouri river points Is not clear clearThey clearThey clearThey
They did not Inform the Attorney Gen Genoral Geural Genoral
oral ral In advance of the line their argu argument argument arguatent ¬
ment would take the arrangement for fortodays tortodays fortodays
todays conference having been made madeby madeby
by Representatives Repre entatlves from the States In Interostod InterostOO tnterostod
terostod It Is understood howeverthat however howeverthat howeverthat
that they will charge that the practice practiceof
of railroad < representatives teprWlentatlvWl In assembling assemblingand
and fixing from rum time to time the therater theratec therater
rater that should prevail In a certain certainterritory certain1erritory certainterritory
territory constitutes collusion prevents preventscompetition preentscompetition preventscompetition
competition and is in restraint of trade tradeand tradeand trarieand
and Is therefore violative of the Sherntan Sher Sherman Sher111an ¬
man antitrust law Whether hether this con contentlon contention contention
tention can be maintained will be of ofcourse orcourse ofcourse
course dependent upon the state of offacts otlacts offacts
facts disclosed disclosedChairman dfBclo disclosedChairman e < 1 1Chairman
Chairman Knapp of the Interstate InterstateCommerce Interstateommerce InterstateCommerce
Commerce < ommerce Commission speaking generally gen genrally genrany
rally < upon the subject expressed the theopinion theplnlon theopinion
opinion plnlon today that the traffic associations associa associations associations
tions were of as much value to theshipper the theshipper theChIpper
shipper as to the railroads and that the theshipper theshipper theshlpper
shipper was as greatly interested as the theroads theroads theroads
roads In having a a thorough understand understandIng
Ing among the carriers as to what the therates therates
rates should be beThere beThere
There Is also a question of public publicSuppose publ1cpolicy
policy that might be Involved said he heSuppoce he5uppope
pendently Suppose a certain road acting inde independently Independcrltb ¬
pendently should decide to reduce Its Itsrates Usrates itsrates
rates Other roads operating In thesame the thesanv thesame
same territory would probably have to toreduce toreduce toreduce
reduce their rates rnt 8 In like proportion or ora ora ora
a rate war might develop developTo developTo developTo
To Have Understanding UnderstandingOn
On the other hand suppose the road roadproposed roadpropOfled roadproposed
proposed to increase Its rates it would wouldprobably wouldprobebl wouldprobably
probably not do so unless there was a apretty apretty apretty
pretty good understanding that the other otherroads otherroads otherroads
roads would follow suit Now it Is just justas justas justas
as important to the shipper that such suchan suchan suchan
an understanding should exist as it Is
to the roads themselves themselvesWe
We Ve will say for example that A Is Isa Isa Isa
a manufacturing center with a big mar ¬
ket at B the two places being con connected connectcd connected ¬
nected by b three or four lines of rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road All the manufacturers at A are aresupposed are5uPPo8ed aresupposed
supposed of course to be competing
at B and at first sight it might ml ht seem
that they would be all upon an anequal anequal anequal
equal transportation footing But iu iumany Inman Iamany
many man cases this would not be so be because because ¬
cause of different terminal and switch
Ing facilities or of more or less ad advantageous advantageous advantageous ¬
vantageous location of the factories facto ri t > S
Consequently It is more advantageous advantageousperhaps adantageou8perhap advantageousperhaps
perhaps perhaps for one shipper to use one of
the he lines 1 nes of road while his competitor competitorprefers competitorpreters competitoprefers r
prefers another anotherNow anotherow
Now ow If Road No No1 1 should reduce Its Itsrates Itsrates Itsrates
rates and Road No 2 did not you ou can cansee canFee cansee
see that tha the shipper over the latter latterwould latterWould latterwould
Would be placed at a disadvantage and andould andwould
would ould In the end be driven out of busi business business business ¬
ness So the traffic associations do an
Important work ork for both shipper and andcarrier andcarrier andcarrier
carrier and when It is done properly properlywithout properlyWitllout
without ndue discriminations It Is of ofvalue otalue ofvalue
value to both sides sidesDRAWN sidesDRAWN sidesDRAWN
DRAWN TO CAPITAL CAPITALBY
BY RAILROAD BILL BILLFormer BILLFonner BILLFormer
Former Senator Spooner Here to toLook toLook toLook
Look Over Situation SituationSay SituationSay SituationSay
Say Friends FriendsFormer FriendsFor FriendsFormer
Former For r United States Senator JohnC John JohnC
C Spooner Is In Washington to look lookover lookover lookover
over th the < situation as to therailroad therailroadbill the railroad railroadbill railroadbill
bill and to advise with some of his hisfrhnds hisfriends
friends JIB to Its final provisions provisionsHe
He conferred today with Senator
Clapp and with several others Hewould He Hewould Hewould
would not say just what interests
brought him to Washington but
friends of his stated that the railroad
bill now about to be voted Upon by
the Senate was the cause of the theVisit thevisit
Visit VisitAfter visitINFATUATED lsit lsitINFATUATED
INFATUATED WOMAN WOMANHELD WOMANHELD
HELD AS FORGER FORGERAfter
After Trailing Naval Officer OfficerBlames OfficerBlames 0fficerBlames
Blames Bad Check Checkon
on Him HimSAX HimSAN HimSAN
SAN FRANCISCO May ray 39 3For For two twoyears twoye twoyears
years ye rs Lieut L L > J Wallace of the United UnitedStater UnitedStato UnitedStata
Stater ojTiieor West ost Virginia has been beeninfatuated beenInfatuated beeninfatuated
infatuated with a young married woman womanof womanoC
of Chicago who has followed him from fromport fromport frompart
port part to port and Is now under arrest
here on charge of passing a bogus boguscheck boguscheck
check according g to the story told o d by the thepolice thepoJice thepolice
police policeThe poJiceThe policeThe
The woman gives her name as Doro ¬
thea M Relnschlld twentysix years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old wife of Dr Itelnscblld formerly formerl of
Chicago She Is I s under arrest on the thecharge thecharge thecharge
charge of passing a bogus check for SiO SiOsigned 70 70signed 70signed
signed by b the name of Lieutenant Wal al al1ace ¬
lace and drawn on an automobile deal dealer dealer dealer ¬
er erTo To the police the girl said she had fol 01 ¬
lowed Wallace from port to port and
been tnu muh h In his company She insisted Insistedt
taat t he had given given her the signed check
She would not tell whore any relatives relativesnow relativesnow relativesnow
now are desiring to save them the dis disgrace disgrace disgrace ¬
graceLieutenant grace graceLieutenant graceLleutenan
Lieutenant Wallace the police say sa
bas admitted knowing the girl girldenied but has hasdenied hasdenied haspolice
denied signing the check He told tort the thepolice thepOlice
police that she se called on him recently recentlyhen recently
when hon he was III and that she perhaps perhapsobtained perhapsobtained perhapsobtained
obtained blank checks from his clothes clothesat clothes clothesat
at that time timeI
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Continued from First Page Pagehe Pagehe ge gehe
he feels himself absolutely free to
discuss political matters without any
reservations reservationsThese reservationsThose r eservationsThose
Those two speeches It can be predict predicted ¬
ed will be of a character to put cour courage courago courage ¬
age Into the hearts a of the Insurgents Insurgentsand
and that even the most optimistic of ofregulars ofregulari ofegulars
regulars r will find It t a difficult proposi ¬
tion to extract u < tmot a grain of comfort from
them
Pause to Inevitable InevitableIn
In other words Theodore Rooseveltalroauy Roosevelt Rooseveltalrcauy Rooseveltalroauy
alroauy has an extremely well developed devel developed developed ¬
oped idua Id a as to the merits of the con controversy controver cantrovorty ¬
troversy trover which has taken place within withinthe withinthe withinthe
the ranks of his party since he sailed sailedfor sailedtor sailedfor
for Europe So well developed la ladeed Indeed a adeed
deed Is this Idea that the two months monthsgrace monthsgrace monthsgrace
grace which he has given the regulars regularsafter regularsatter regularsafter
after his return home will but give givepause givepause givepause
pause to the he Inevitable InevitableNo
No one Is less concerned about the thecoming thecoming theoming
coming c meeting between bet een the former formeresident r
President P and Senator Root than Is Gif Giford
ford f ord PinchotHave PInchot PInchotHave PlnchotHave
Have you any Idea Mr PInchot was wasasked wasaBked wa waasked a
asked that Senator Root may be able
to convince Colonel Roosevelt of the ne neeeslty neretolt neeesity
retolt eeslty of Indorsing the Taft Adminis Administration Adminlstmttor Administration ¬
tration trationMr trationMr tmttorMr
Mr PInchot laughed heartily
It is impossible of course cour e for me to t o
discuss politics poUtlCSSO so far an they the relate to t o oo
Colonel Roosevelt but I may say that thatthe lnatthe thathe t
the visit Islt of Senator Root does not slay slayme alarm alarmme alnrmmeln m tm
me meln In the least I > ast I will sa say > v however my m mtrip
trip was eminently satisfactory in every everyrespect ever everrespect everyrespect
respect and I feel like getting r1F2tback right ri 1tt t
back In the game at the earliest penal po8 1 ¬
ble moment momentHas momentHas momentHas
Has Evidence With Him HimThere HimThere HimThere
There Is little doubt that Mr Pinchot Pinchotcarried Pinchotcarried Pinchacarried t
carried to Europe considerable docu cocamenttry documentary documentAr ¬
mentary mentAr evidence for the consideration considerationof
of Colonel Roosevelt for or as he left the thesteamer thesteamer th thsteamer e
steamer he refused to entrust entrolltto to th the per porters torters perlets ¬
ters a bulging leather dispatch handbag handbagwhich handbagwhich handbagwhich
which was a familiar sight at the th White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse hlte hlteHouse
House In the Roosevelt days da s and which whichlater whichlater whiclater h
later was carried dally to the Balllnger Balllngerinvestigation lJallhuerImoaUsatlon liallittlcfnvostiFatlon r
investigation The papers which occu occupied OCC OCCpl occupied ¬
pied pl the most space In this bag were th thdaily the thedaily thedall e
daily dall reports of the investigation which whichlead whichlead whichlead
lead to the belief that the former Press President P sl sldent ¬
dent had an opportunity to look ove ovethe over overthe o er erthe r
the evidence evidenceWhen eldencfVhen evidenceWhen
When the revenue cutter on which whichAmos whichAmos whichAmos t
Amos PInchot and Thomas Shipp hove hoveto hovcto hoveto
to alongside the Arabc Ara Mr lr Pinchawas Pinchot Pinchotwas Plnehotwas t
was pacing the saloon deck He shout shouted shouted shoutd ¬
ed e d an enthusiastic greeting and stood at atthe atthe a athe t
the companionway cor panionway to extend a hearty heart hearthanilihake heartyandshake
handshake h to those who had come down downthe downthe cowthe n
the bay to meet himGreeting him himGreetinp himGreetln
Greeting Greetln out of the way wa the former formerforester tormerCorester formeforester r
forester demanded Information regarding regard regardIng regardIng
Ing the latest developments In Wash Washington VashInston h hIngton ¬
ington As he was told of the Kerby Kerb y
letter the peculiar circumstances circumstancesler cfrcumtlt clrcumaiancesurrounding nces ncessurroundfnE s
surrounding the pr preparation paratlon oC the Lewter Lew Lewler
ler letter as If f he were President an and anthe d < i
the sudden discovery of the he original a1 da1
draft of the letter in the Attorney Generals Gen Generals Generars ¬
erals office shortly after the Ierby letter let letter letter ¬
I ter became public he smiled in a satis satisfied zatisfled atfsfled ¬
fled way This Is decidedly d cldedlY interesting Interest InterestIng Inte est estlng
Ing he remarked from time to time timeTalks timeTalks timeTalks
Talks of Farming FarmingMr
Mr Pinchots return home was decid decidedly decidedly decidedly ¬
edly different than his departure He Hehad Hehad Hehad
had been bound for Europe two days daysbefore daysbefore daysbefore
before it was known that he had an anengagement anengagement anengagement
engagement with Ilh Colonel Roosevelt To Today Today Today ¬
day however there was a squad ofnewspaper of ofnewspaper ornfwspaper
newspaper men to hammer Questions at athim athim athim
him from ti 1T the moment moment he finished fl lshcd break breakfast breaktait breakfast ¬
fast until he was permitted to leave the thepier thepier thepier
pier by b the customs officers MrPinchot Mr MrPInchot Mr1lnchot
PInchot was voluble on the subject offarming of offarming orfanning
farming in Ireland conservation in inDenmark InDenmark inDenmark
Denmark and theJoy of getting home homebut homebut homebut
but when the Interviewers got around to tohis tohilS tohis
his now famous walk In the forest near nearGenoa nearGeuoa nearGenoa
Genoa with Colonel ColonelRoosevelt Roosevelt he held heldup hel heltp heldup
up his hands handsThere handsThere handsThere
There he said is where wh re we come cometo cometo cometo
to a halt and back he went again to a adescription adtcrlpUon adescrlptlon
description of the farming conditions conditionsn
In n Ireland IrelandMr IrelandMr
Mr Plnchofs plans for the Immediate
future arc uncertain His mother came cameover cameover
over over from Washington to meet him and andhe andhe andhe
he hurried to his uncles home at 3 33 33Fifth
Fifth avenue where here she was stopping stoppingas
as soon as he left the pieer pieerJ pi eel
J have a number of important con conservation constITation conservation ¬
servation matters to take up with Ith yuuremarked yuu youremarked yuurmark
remarked rmark d Mr Shipp as the automobile
drew up at the aid Plnchot residence I
1 Will you ou have a Httft IIttf time later in the
day dayWill da
Will I exclaimed Mr Pnchot en enthusiastically ¬
thusiastically get your papers down downhere downhere downhere
here from the hotel ho el as soon as possible possibleand possibleI possibleHEAR possibleand
and let us get to work workCOMMITTEE workCOMMITTEE o
COMMITTEE I TO HEAR HEARREPORT HEARREPORT I
REPORT OF PINCHOT PINCHOTTOMORROW
I
TOMORROW MORNING MORNINGAlthough MORNINGAlthough
Although Although called for the simple pur purpose purDose ¬
pose of arranging a program for the theconservation theconfervatlon theconservation
conservation congress In St Paul PaulMinn PaulInn PaulMinn
Minn Inn In September tomorrows mom moming meet meetIng m mIng
Ing of the executive committee of the theConservation theI
I Consertatlon Commission Is expected to toset toet toget
set et a report from Gffford PInchot on onCol onCI
Cut Theodore Roosevelts attitude on onthe onthe onthe
the present conservation situation and andupon
I Iupon
upon this report will base Its plans for formaking formaking I Imaking
making the conservation question part partof partof partof
of the coining Congressional campaign campaignMr
Mr Ir PInchot was met In New York to today toda ¬
day da by b Thomas Shipp secretary 5ccretar of the thecommission thecommlstlon thecommission
commission The two will come to together toge together ¬
gether ge her to Washington as lngton arriving hereearly here hereearly bereearl
early earl tomorrow tom rrow morning In time for forthe forthe
the meeting of the executive committee committeein
in the commissions offices in n the Colo Colorado Colorado Colorado ¬
rado building buildingJ
J I B White of Kansas City chairman chairmanof
of the executive committee Is In town townawaiting townawaltlnJ
awaiting the arrival amvalof of Mr tr PInchot PInchotThe PinehotTb
The Tb meeting of the executive commit committee committee committee ¬
tee Mr tr White hlte said ald today was called calledto canedto
to arrange a program for the Septem September September ¬
ber congress con es Beyond such routine mat matters mattens mattars ¬
tens as arranging arran tng for speeches etc Iknow I Iknow Iknow
know of nothing that will be consid considered considered ¬
ered eredThat
That does not mean however that thatsomething that8omethln thatsotuethinR
something 8omethln of importance may not comeup come comeup comeUl
up That will Ill depena largely upon Mr MrPlhchot lr lrPlheho1
Plhchot PlhchotIn
In Inspite spite splteoC of the apparent perfunctorl perfunctorlness
ness ne s of tomorrows meeting of the ex executive exee1Jtfe ¬
ecutive committee the friends of Pln Plncliot Plncnot P1nchot
cliot are In a tate of feverish excite excitement excitement exciteto ¬
ment to totearn learn what stories he will m bring bringwith brInblth
with lth him himWhat himWhat himWhat
What Mr Ir Roosevelt R n1t told Mr PInchot PInchotitfter Plnchottiter
titer the latter told his former chiefwhat chief chiefwhat chit chithnt
what hnt had happened as the result of his nlaclash 1111clash
clash with Secretary Sec tary Balllnger has never neverbeen neverben neverbeen
been told Mr lr PInchot may ma Inform the theexecutive theexecutive
executive committee tomorrow
PICK YOUR PIANO PIANORENTPAYS PIANORANT = =
RENT RENTPAYS PAYS FOR IT ITFrederick ITFrederick ITFrederick
Frederick Piano Pia Company Offers Offersa Offera s
a Surprise Over Over 200 Fine FinePianos FinePianos FinePianos
Pianos Returned ° from Rent RentOffered RentOffered RentOffered
Offered For Sale on onPo
3 Po
4 AND 5 PER MONTH
150 a Week If f You Prefer
I
Rather than rent another build building building building ¬
ing to store these pianos in duringthe during duringthe duringthe
the summer months monthsfor for thats ex exactly exactly exactly ¬
actly what we are up against tocare to tocare tocare
care for the 200 or more morepianos pianos wehave we wehaye wehave
have in rent in Washington and andwhich andwhich andwhich
which are being returned daily dailywell dailywell dailywell ¬
well place one in your home and let letyou letyou letyou
you pay for it at 500 per month
5400 per month or 150 a week weekIn weekIn weekIn
In other words we are renting th these thesepianos thesepianos 5e 5epianos
pianos at 400 500 and 600per 600 600per 600per
per month to people who are now nowleaving nowleaving nowleaving
leaving the th e city hence have no nofurther nofurther o ofurther
further use for them They must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be cared for If youll care for one oneof oneof oneof
of them you can own it justascheaply justas justascheaply just S Scheaply
cheaply as the other party rented itThis it itThis itThis
This is the first time in history
that such 91l an offer hasbeen has been n made madein madin madein
in Washington Ofcourse Of course there thereare thereare thereare
are pianos you can buy at 500 a amonth amonth amonth
month at any time but they ar arS5 arP
S5 500 oo pianos 500 grade pianos pianosbut pianosbut pianosbut
but just consider what hat THIS prop proposition p proposition op oposition
osition consists of Most of the therented therented therented
rented pianos we are offering in thissale this thissale thisale
sale ale are instruments instrum nts which wh ch wererented were wererented were wererented
rented by the theKn ltnabe naoe 6e house and andwhich andwhiCh andwhich
which became bec me theproperty th the property of the theFrederick theFrederick theFrederick
Frederick Piano Co through our ourpurchase ourpurchase ourpurchase
purchase ofthat of that concern last fall fallThey faUThey fallThey
They are almost entirely pianos of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the highest hishestquality quality Knabe Chick Chickering ChidtriI1g Chickering ¬
ering Weber Marshall Wendell WendellHardman WendeIIHardman WendellHardman
Hardman Haines Bros and many manymanyothers manymany
manyothers others The rate of f rentVl rentVljobtained renhlobtained rents l lobtained
obtained on them will now buy buythem b lY =
them Will you ever be able to I
AUTOIST IS KILLED KILLEDFOUR KILLEDFOUROTHERS
i J JMachine
FOUR FOUROTHERS OTHERS HURT HURTMachine HURTMachine
Machine Hits Farm WagonNear Wagon WagonNearPimlico WagonNear
NearPimlico Near PimIicoElec PimIicoElectrician PimlicoElectrician Elec Electrician ¬
trician Victim VictimBALTIMORE VictimBALTIMORE VictimBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE Md May Iay 30 30one One man manwas manwas manwas
was killed and four others injured to today toda today ¬
day da In an automobile smash on Park ParkHeights ParkHeights ParkHeights
Heights avenue south of Plmllco PlmllcoThe PimUcoThe PimlicoThe
The dead man Is James J McCon ilcConnell McConneUe McConnell
nell electrician electricianThe electricianThe electricianThe
The Injured are Howard L Crls CrissDr CrlsDr Crl CrlDr >
Dr Albert II Carroll Joseph J C Mur Murphy Muridty ur urIh ¬
phy Ih and James L Elchelberper ElchelberperTho
Tho Maryland license number num r of the themachine tilemRchlne themachine
machine was 795S 95S Inquiry developedthat developed developedthat developedthllt
that this is s the number issued it ued to toRalph toRalph
Ralph L Gait of 1360 N street north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west Washington D C for a large largetouring largetouring largetouring
touring carThe car carThe carThe
The automobile was coming down downPark downPark downPark
Park Heights avenue from Plkeeville Plkeevilleand llkesvllleand Pikesvllleand
and met a farm wagon driven byElch byElchelberger by byEicholberger Eich Eichelberger
elberger There was a crash whichawakened which whichawakened whichaakened
awakened persons In the neighbor neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood ¬
hood The driver of the wagon w gon was wasthrown wasthrown wasthrown
thrown to the road and the occupants occu occupants occupants ¬
pants of the car were hurled from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the machine McConnell who was wasriding wasrIding wasriding
riding on the front seat with Mr MrCrlse MrCrise r rCrIse
CrIse who wasdriving was driving was instantly instantlykilled Instantlykilled instantlykilled
killed and the others were badly cut cutand cutand cutand
and bruised bruisedPersons bruisedPer bruisedPersons
Persons Per on8 living near by b notified the thepolice thepollee thepolice
police and an t Anbulance was imme immediately Immediately Immedlatoly ¬
diately rushed to the scene and the theInjured theInjured theinjured
Injured persons were hurried to StLukes St StLukes StLukes
Lukes Hospital HospitalMcConnell Hes ital italMcConnell
McConnell s skull was crushed so sothat sothat
that he was unrecognizable His bodywas body bodywas bodywas
was taken to the morgueMachine morgue morgueMachine morgueltIachine
Machine Not Out of Garage GarageA
A servant at the Gait household
1300 X street st et northwest this afternoon after afternoon att < r rnoon ¬
noon said that the license lIcon number I tsued is issued Isued ¬
sued to Mr Ir Galt by the Maryland Marylandauthorities MarlalldauthorltieK Marylandauthorities
authorities was 795S the same as that thatwhich thatwhich thatwhich
which appeared on th the machine of the theinjured th thInjured theinjured
injured automobilist automobilistThe
The Gait employe emplo said aid howeverthat however howeverthat howecrthat
that since Friday Frh1a morning when hen Mrand Mr Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Irs Gait used their machine to todrive todrhe todrive
drive to the river front to take takeachUnJ takeyachting a ayachting
yachting trip to Annapolis Md th thbig the thebig thebig r
big touring car has not been used u or oreven 01wen oroven
even taken out of th the garage in the therear therear therear
rear of the house houseKAISERS IiouseKAISERS houseKAISERS
KAISERS WRIST WRISTIS
IS HEALING FAST FASTBERLIN FASTEERLIX FAS FASBERLIN T
BERLIN May 30An 30 An official bulle bulletin bulletin bulktin ¬
tin wits Issued today at tt Potsdam Palace Palacedeclaring Palacedeclaring Palacedeclaring
declaring that the Kaisers KaI rs wrist Is Ishealing IsheaUnr I Ihealing s
healing and that the cave presents no noabnormal noabnormal noabnormal
abnormal aspect aspectThe aspecttThe aspectsThe
The bulletin was hNoued tow ed after the Kai Kaisers Kaisers Kaisers ¬
sers wrist from which an abscess was wascut wascut w wcut as
cut had been examined by Dr F FK WK W WK
K Ilberg and Dr Bier Dr Nledner NiednerIn Is Isin 18In > B
in constant attendance attendanceThe attendanceThe attendanceThe
The arm is still In a sling
own a piano under such favorablconditions favorable favorableconditions favorableconditions
conditions again againMore againMore againMore
More than this we have reduced reducedthe reducedthe reducethe
the sale price p ce on all of these pianos pianoscut pianoscut pianoscut
cut them down liberally 1i raIIy to coveusage cover coverusage coverusage r
usage or scratches There are for forexample forexample fo foexample r
example 350 Price Teeples not now nowselling nowselling V Vselling
selling at 245 300 Brewsters Brewstersnow Brewsternow
now available for 200 One 500 500Weber 500Veber 50 50Weber 0
Weber Upright for 250 One Onesplendid Onesplendid On Onsplendid
splendid Steinway Stein way Grand for 350 350Several 350Several 35CSeveral
Several Knahe Grands for 250 to t t55o G
5550 550 Two 700 Chickering Quar Quarter Quarter Quater r ¬
ter Grands rented only one sea season season s sson ea ¬
son each 485 Uprights of i iPious va various various eaa a ¬
rious makes m kes costing from 300 I to 0
450 are cut down as low as 125 12 12X145 5
X145 145 175 AND YOU CAN CANRENT CANRENT CA CARENT 5N N
RENT THEM AND LET THE THERENT THERENT TIi TIiRENT E
RENT PAY FOR THEM
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BUREAU FORECASTS FORECASTSTRANQUIL FORECASTSTRANQUIL FORECASTSTRANQUIL
TRANQUIL MONTH MONTHNo
No Unusual Weather Conditions Conditionsfor
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for June Noted ByObservers By ByObservers
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ObserversAlmost Observers ObserversAlmost ObscrveAlmost
Almost every kind of weather that thatcould thatcould thatcould
could be dished up by the powers that thatbe thatbe thatbe
be were furnished residents of theUnited the theUnited theUnited
United States during the month of Slay Slayaccording Ma MaaccordinG Mayaccording
according to an official resume of the thefour thefour thefour
four weeks Just ended endedConditions endedConditions endedConditions
Conditions varied from frosts and andrather andrather andrathetinseasouably
rather rathetinseasouably unseasonably low temperatures
to wind storms hurricanes and hot hotwaves hotwaves hotwaves
waves Relatively cool weather prevailed pre prevailed prealled ¬
vailed over tin Eastern portion of the thecountry thecount thecountry
country count during the week Just closedwhile closed closedwhile
while hfte over the Western portions the theconditions theconditions theconditions
conditions were just the reverse except ex except except ¬
cept that the weaher was fair over theextreme the theextreme theextreme
extreme Southwest and that temperature temper temperature temperature ¬
ature conditions were about the same sameas sameas
as over the East EastSo EastSo I
So far as can be noted by the different differ different dUferent ¬ I
ent Weather Bureau stations through throughout throu l1 l1out ¬
out the United States there are prom
teed no unusual conditions for the themonth themonth themonth
month of June JuneTWO i
I ITWO
TWO KILLED 6 HURT HURTIN j
IN RAILROAD RAI OA > WRECKMERIDIAN WRECK WRECKMERIDIAN WRECKMERIDIAN
MERIDIAN Miss Iss May 39 litoTwo Two per perstinp perI peraunt
aunt were killed and half a dozen Injured in injured ¬
jured ju today In a wreck on the Mobile Mobileand Mobileand Mobileand
and Ohio Railroad near here
TAKES NO CHANCES CHANCESON
ON MISSING DEATH DEATHFarmer DEA DEATHFarmer 1H 1HFanner
Farmer Hangs Himself and andThen andThenBlows Then ThenBlows ThenBlows
Blows Top of Head HeadLOGANSPORT HeadOff HeadOff
Off OffLOGANSPORT fI fILOGA
LOGANSPORT LOGA SPOIlT Ind M May ay y at 3LTbeRIU 3LTbeRIUFord 311 Th TiwiaM TiwiaMFord m s sFord
Ford sixtyfflve sixty live years Ye tS old who wed Mvedwith IW IWwith wedwith
with his son Ira on a farm near LJ LJville LIa LIaYUle LiAvllie
YUle committed sufetde in the t e wood woodsnear weodnear woodnear
near his homeHe home homeHe tOmeHe
He hanged ha ed himself ld t from from a 3 tree with withclohesllne a aclothesline aclothesline
clothesline but the rope was too Jon Jonand 1onIiand bong bongand
and his feet touched i uebed the ground 6UIId Tomake To Tomake Tomake
make death eertate cert J he grabbed Ute sbot sbotK sbotgap
K gap fi n which he h had take placed the butt feuttagainst wUanlnst buttagainst
against the tree pat the the muzzle to hisforehead his hisforehead hISforehMd
forehead and pressed 1re sed the trJKer ni ger with withhte withbls withhis
his foot The top of his head was Mown blownoff bIoWBorr Mownoff
off offFord
Ford was 8 in bad health and owned ownedthe owAedthe ownedthe
the We farm on which be lived His Htewife HI HIwife Hiswife
wife died led al 8ho about ojt t two yens eftrs age and It 1 1siipoofM Is Isyuppos
siipoofM n i lie h grieved over her h > boss 10 until untilhis untilhis untilhis
his mind min te t e aine am unbalanced unbalancedPor uabaancedCASTOR
CASTOR lA lAFor
For Infants and ChildrenThe Children Childrenthe
the Kind You Have Always Bough BougMBears BoughtBears
Bears the theBignatwe
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THE YOUNG MENS 1 ENS STORENine STORE STORENine
Nine out of every ten men menWant menWant
Want Suits just like theseMENS these theseMENS
MENS SUITS SUITSj
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Worth Ord up to 22 22R 22Reduced
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0 several hundred suIts purchased p1lrh d at a very low lowprice lowprice
To price we have added all our regular stock here heretofore iteretorore
torore priced up to U 22 and offer unrrsUtetw unrrsUtetwcIIolceo unreatricteachoice
choice at 1455 This gives men the Iar largest eet eetlaCNit and andmoat
moat varied stock of HlghelaM Summer Clothes
fa the t e city at one price to choose from T1Mtvtsa T1MtvtsaaN The eavtap
aN > large aM to be e of t much more than tlIa ordtnary aary aaryt
t IMeret IMeretMens atere t
Mens Straw Hats 185 185Split
i I Split Straws Sennlt Straws and Ma Maikinaw kinaw StrawsMgpurchase Stl1ISbig Stl1ISbigpure
pure purchase hast with ltll values up to 350 350I 350I
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NEWLY EQUIPPED P n TRAINS TRAINSWith T
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With he spring schedule e effective ve SUNDAY A May 29 39many 29many
many m ny important changes have been made in the equipment of ofThrough ofTbr ofThrough
Through Tbr gh Trains TrainsNumbers TrainsN5u TrainsUrier
N5u Numbers 5 Urier and r 6 6Are S Chicago limited limitedAre
Are entirely NEW NEWELECTRIC ELECTRIC LIGHTED from end to end endThe endThe ei1dThe
The coaches of new design have steel frames and trucks cement cementfloors cementtOOrs cementfloors
floors and are finished in polished mahogany mabo my combining com attrac attractiveness attractiveness attractiveness ¬
tiveness with perfect sanitation comfort and safety The Pull Pullman Pullman Pullman ¬
man Drawing Room Sleeping Cars have both upper and lowerberth lower lowerberth ower owerberth
berth lights and will be provided with electric fans The Obser Observation Ohservation r rvation ¬
vation Cars have spacious spa ous parlors and wide observation ends endsThe en endsThe s sThe
The Dining Car service and menu is equivalent equ 1I1lJent to that i at of the thebesi th thbest thebest
best hotels
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No 5 Loaves Washington Union Station 122 1 P34 P34Arrives PXArrhes P14Arrives
Arrives Plttsburff Ptttsbu t 970 PM PMArrives PJoIu PMArrives
Arrives Chicago 916 9a6AaI 9a6AaIum AM AMNumbers
Numbers 1 u um and all e er 2 2Are a Cincinnati Si St K2L Louis i Ltd Ltdr I IAre
Are also equipped with the new 11 V design steelframed Coaches Coachesand Coachesand Coachesand
and have Electrically Electri 11ly Lighted Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping SleepingCars SleepingCars g
Cars with w th the upper and lower berth berth lights lightsXo lightNo
No 1 LeavesWashing Lc LcivesWashington csWashtngton ton Union S Station < tlon 4 41h 6 PM PMArrives PMArrhts
Arrives Arrive Cincinnati S45 AM AMArrives ALA7TiveS
Arrives A7TiveS St S1L StIAUts Loute uls Goo < X > PM PMNo PIA
A New Sunday Royal Blue Train TrainXo
No 5 50S S Leave s Washington 14 Union Station 1100 AM AMArrives AYArrives
Arrives Baltimore Camden Station 1146 AM AMArrives AlLArrhes AMArrives
Arrives Philadelphia 309 ± O < K PM PMAtrfves PMAri PMAa
Atrfves Ari i > esNew es New York Yor 416 PM PMA PMneW PMA
A new neW train tr int to Cumberland The Queen City Special Specialfrom Spe Specialfrom al alfrom
from Washington at 315 3 15 p m daily dailyThe dailyThe dailyThe
The new schedules may be obtained at Ticket Offices Offices Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more and Ohio Railroad RailroadI
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I TOKYO TOKYO Mar M 3Tli The appuiuUMM appuiuUMMLieutenant ap II 1f t tUeuteaaat 1Lieutenant
Lieutenant General Miscount t TevaacW TevaacWto
to succeed cceecI Viscount Son a as retiti ret reteneral r rsGMra1 at 6 6sines
sGMra1 sines eneral to Korea and that of oCYama iMtbm iMtbmaraagata
lamsggta Yama araagata as deputy resident re ltMat lit JCacaa JCacaanave JtNeahave i
nave ba re been gazetted aetted Vteeoont viewaftbeen Sae httfceea JIMHen JIM
Hen made a privy councilor ootmcliorSPECIAL councilorSPECIAL COUDCIJorSPECIAL
SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESTHE
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MZBTOCQ MZBTOCQof XEETDfoc TD TDof
of the Association of Masters sad a Crafts Craftsmen Crat CratI crattamen ¬
men of the Building Bu l dtag Trades o of the Dis DlsIrkt District 1 1trkt ¬
I trict of Columbia m will be held in the theBuilders tIMBullden theBnllders
Builders Exchange Building JM7 H Hstreet Hueet Hstreet
street northwest Wednesday Wedue dy Jn June 1 1i 1IRO I1I
I IRO i mq Mt at I oclock oc k p m Regular Regulalends bunhicsa bunhicsaI 1MI IDeMt
I followed by entertainmentsmoker entertainment lunch lUlldaI and andi
i smoker All members are requested requestedbe Mq regoe ed to tobe
be present BENJ T PILLOW PILLOWmyM2tb PILLOWmY31tb PILLOWmy30Etb
I myM2tb Secretary SecretaryTHE scretar7THE SecretaryTHE
THE TWELFTH SEMIANNUAL SEKI UAL DIV DIVtdend DIVhJaacI DWidend
tdend of two and ftcI onehalf 3fe > Pr Prcent prcent r roeDt
cent has been declared en the preferred preferredstock pr81erredstodc preferredstock
stock of the Washington Wa htagtOa Railway RailwayElectric naDwaYElectrie Cr CrElectric
Electric C Company wpany from the be net eMa eMalop ernlegs ra raings
lop or the Company payable a J J5M B L Lto LDlv I I19hr
Dlv to to preferred pt Merred stockholders M eItboWen of record recordMay recwdMay rec d dMay
May 17 11t MS MSIooks JtrI1 JtrI1I
t Gooks tOOUerr for tt the transfer traaaf of preferred preferredstork pnlerredJitofk preferredetO
stork etO is wfll 1 he eiewed from rr May 1 l lto M TO JIi JIiP
I to June J UIM X 1 JIll both tit dates tedMlve tedMlvey bd l lF
y J 1 WHITEHEAD WHITEHEADSecretary WH1TEHBADSecretary WHlTEHBADSetraBrY
Secretary SecretarymySeodat SetraBrYm 1 1myeBt
mySeodat mySeodatA m 1IHl1Jt 1IHl1JtA
A DIVIDEND OF 01 ONE a 1 PER CENT CENThas C CENThas r rI
has been declared on the common eoaant a seJc seJcof sCIMkOf Msicof
I of the th < < Washington Railway 11 = EleetrloCompany Electric EMcCrioCompllDY
i Company payable June nne 1 1M0 1II e out etlttbe t ot otthe ofthe
the beiaecf bJa balance cf the the net profits ro ts o or the theI tactCOIL taleCompany
I Company COIL aDT for the halfyear ended De December DeI December ¬
cember 31 MW to common stockholders tecklnhlKsf
I of f record at the close of business bu IDess May J
17 171910 171910Books MM MMBooks
I Books for the transfer of common ceasmoaetoek commonstock cemmonI
stock will be dosed cIo ed from May JS 11to Mlft l31 l31to
to June 1 JMt both dares da es inclusive IDclu tV8
I F J WHITEHEAD WHITEHSADSecretary WHITEHEADSecretary WHITEHEADSecretary
Secretary SecretaryWEDDING Secretarymyeod Secretarymylreod1f
mylreod1f myeod myeodI t tWEDDING
WEDDING RECEPTIONS RECEPTIONSFINE RECEPTIONSBANQUET
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