OCR Interpretation


The Washington times. [volume] (Washington [D.C.]) 1902-1939, May 31, 1910, Last Edition, Image 3

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84026749/1910-05-31/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 3

I THE WASHINGTON TIMES iUESDA Y4 MAY K 1910 3
4 TWO DAYS OUTING OUTINGOF OUTINGOF
OF CHAMBER ENDS ENDSBusiness ENDSBusiness
BusinessMen Business Men Return Vole Voicing V Voleing oie oieing ¬
ing Commendations ofCommittee of ofCommittee ofCommittee
Committee CommitteeBALL CommitteeJ3ALL CommitteeBALL
BALL TEAM WINS WINSAT WINSAT WINSAT
AT FORT MONROE MONROEVictory MONROEVictory MONROEVictory
Victory t of Their Nine Delights the
200 Excursionists From the theCapital theCapital theCapital
Capital City CityThe CityThe CityThe
The annual outing of the Chamber of ofCommerce ofCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce ended at 8 oclock this morn mornIng mornIng morning
Ing when the big party of members and andthoir andtholr andtheir
their families arrived In Washington af aftcr after ofter
ter their two days excursion to Old OldPoint OldPoint
i Point Norfolk and Cape Henry The Thereturn Thereturn Thereturn
return trip was made on the steamer steamerNewport stoamerewport
Newport ewport News and was as thoroughly thoroughlyenjoyable thoroughbenjoble thoroughlyenjoyable
enjoyable as the ride down In the South Southland Southland Southland ¬
land landThe landThe landThe
The Chamber of Commerce has not notparticipated notJ notparticipated
participated J In a more delightful out outIng outIng outtng
Ing than that of 1910 Those who went wenton wenton wenton
on the excursion numbering upward of
200 are ar unanimous in declaring the cele celebration celebration colebration ¬
bration one of immense pleasure and in invoicing Inolclng invoicing
voicing commendation of those who had hadthe hUdthe hadthe
the arrangements In charge chargeFrom chargeFrom chargeFrom
From the time the Southland left the thedock thedock thedock
dock here Saturday night until the New Newport Newport Newport ¬
port News touched this thl morning every everywant everywant everywant
want and wish of the voyagers seemed seemedto
to have been anticipated and provided providedtcr prov1 ed edf
for f Nobody had to worry worr about where wherehe whrehe wherehe
he was going or how he was going to toget toset toget
get there Somebody else had arranged arrangedall
all the details detailsCredit detailsCredit detailsCredit
Credit for Arrangements ArrangementsCredit
Credit for the excellent working out outof outa outof
of a the scheme of the excursion Is due duelarge dueluge duelsrge
large to Secretary Thomas Grant and andVice andVice
Vice President J F Oyster of the theChamber theChamber theChamber
Chamber of Commerce zed nd D J Cal Callaban Callahan Callahan
lahan and E E Jones of the Nor Norfolk Nortalk Norfolk ¬
folk and Washington Steamboat Line LineThese LIneThese LineThese
These four formed themselves into a acommittee acommitte acommittee
committee on Information and ar arrangements arrangoments arrangements ¬
rangements and made it their special specialbusiness specialbusiness specialI
I business to see that every member of ofthe ottho ofthe
the party was comfortable and happy happyat
at all times From beginning to end endof endof endof
of the excursion there was not a ahitch ahitch abitch
hitch hitchAnother hitchAnother bitchAnother
Another pleasant feature of the trip tripwas tripWas tripwas
was that the Itinerary was wa such that thatat thatat thatat
at no point in the celebration did the theexcursionists theexcursionists theexcursionists
excursionists become tired in the pur pursuit pur8ult pursuit ¬
suit of pleasure Just enough sight sightseeing sightseeing sightseeing ¬
seeing was indulged in to be interest interesting InterestInG InterestInr ¬
ing without being wearisome As a aresult ar68uJt aresult
result the members of the party are areback areback areback
back at business in Washington to today today today ¬
day feeling like different persons personsThey personsThey personaThey
They have had a mental and physical physicalrest phslealrest physicalrest
rest combined with two days In th thopen the theopen theopen
open interesting sightseeing and andstandpoint andwhole andwholesome
whole wholesome orne companionship From t the thestandpoint 1e 1estandpoint
standpoint of the good effect the trip
has hod on those who took It the excuralon ex excursion excuralon ¬
curalon could hardly have been agreater a agreater 8greater
greater success successChamber successChamber successChamber
Chamber Team Wins WinsThe WinsThe I
The big attraction yesterday afternoon afternoonwas afternoonwas
was the baseball game between the theChamber theChamber
Chamber of Commerce team and the theartillery thenrtiUery theartillery I
artillery nine from Fort Monroe onroo Much Muchto
to the surprise and delight of the visi visitors visitors visitors ¬
tors the Chamber Camber boys won by b the nar narrow narrow j jrow I
row margin of 6 to 5 In a game that thatseesawed thatBeesa thatseesawed
seesawed Beesa wed back and forth from Inning Inningto I
to inning and kept the hopes of the therooters themotors
rooters of both isldell sldesrislng rising and falling fallingwUh faUlngwith fallingwith
with delightful suddenness It was a ahighly ahighly ahighly I
highly spectacular game in which the theWashington theWashl theWashiagton
Washl Washington lton players did themselves and andtholr andtheirparent
tholr theirparent parent body proud Practically all allthe allthe I Ithe I
the Chamber of Commerce party and a alarge alarge alarge
large contingent of soldiers and officers officersThe officersand officersand
and their families > s wltne witnessed ed the game gAmThe gameThe
The visitors just had time to take taketheir taketheir taketheir
their farewell dinner at the ChamberUn ChamberUnafter Chamrnrllnattar Chamberlinafter
after the ball game Then luggage was washustled washustled washustled
hustled to the dock and all hands handsclambered handsclambered handsclambered
clambered aboard the Newport News Newswhich Newswh Newswheh
which wh h got under way wa for home at 730 730It 730It 30 30It
It vas as a beautiful evening eenln and most mostof mostof mostof
of the party stayed 8ta ed on deck until about
11 oclock o lock scattered about in groups
I OFFICERS OF OFIIIGH OFIIIGHLT HIGH SCHOOL CADETS CADETSLT I ILT
LT COL B A HARLAN HARLAWof COt FRITZ SCHREIBER SCHREIBERof REG ADJT L C HOUGH HOUGHof
of Business of Central of Technical
j
f
I
I
i
I
i
i
j
MAJ IdA K W V HARTIG HARTIGThird MAJ c E MCALLISTER MCALLISTERSecond MAJ rIA ROBERT GOTTA GOTTAFirst GOTTAThird GOTTAThird
Third Battalion Technical Second Battalion Eastern First Battalion Central
I
chatting or singing The members of
the ball team felt especially happy for
they thejcould tho bad had grave doubt bother the thecould they theycould
could get arm et away awa with lth the supposedly supposedlystrong 8upposOOlystrong supposedlystrong
strong army players They The were the thecenter thecenter thecenter
center of attraction and gave vent to totheir totheir totheir
their joy in rollicking song In which whichthey whIchthey whichthey
they were Wf > re ably abl assisted by a number numberof
of Chamber members who have good goodvoices goodMCM goodvoices
voices among tho t08I who joined in the
harmony being William 1 lit a at CUbugh Howard How Howard Howard ¬
ard Moran Walter altfr Hilton B F Saul
Leo Harlow and Harry Quinn QulnnBall QutnnBaIl QuinnBall
Ball Team Appreciated AppreciatedThe
The baseball ball game was wa also a finan titrancial financial financial ¬
cial success the paid admissions jut jontabout jutabout Judabout
about equaling the expense of taking takiagthe takingthe takingthe
the team on the jaunt In the main sa saloon saloon saloon ¬
loon during the evening howcvqrx themembers th thmembers the themembers
members of the party showed their ap appreciation appr appred ¬
preciation pr pred IaUon of the tviras JRII good work by bymaking bymakIng bymaking
making up a purse to help out on the theexpense theexpenee theexpense
expense item More than J9 SfJ was con contributed contrIbuted contributed ¬
tributed informally Secretary Grant Grantthen Grantthen Grantthen
then held a voting votin contest con teet to dispose dl po e of ofa oCa ofa
a number of prizes that had been of offered
fered by members of the th Chamber and andthe andthe andthe
the following were the fortunate one ones onesIn
In the distribution dlBtrlbutlonI
V R Nonaoyle Thermos bottle bottleJoseph bott1eJoseph bottleJoseph
Joseph Leverten Lever ten Panama hat hatA hatA I
A HI 1 Clssel CI8 sweater sweaterGeorge sweaterGecxgl sweaterGeorge
George Markward ladys fancy belt beltE beltE beltE
E J Clark box of cigars cigarsB eh11r eh11rB
B Hopkins box of cigars cigarsThe cigarsThe dgarsThe
The party was up early this morning morningand momln momlnand moraiutand
and as the boat was nearly an hour late lateopportunity lat latopportunity at
opportunity for a final Informal visit visitamong vhdtamong visitamong
among the excursionists was given givenWhen givenVhen
When the > gangplank gan lank was at last In Inoff Inplace inplace
place at the dock the crowd streamed streamedoff
off the boat and scurried for street streetcar streetcarEl streetcars
car cabs and taxis once m mart rt to tobusiness n nbusiness 1 1business
business harness beginning to thliK thliKthe thhKthe o othe < >
the duties of the day da The annual out outIng outing ut utIng
Ing had departed Into the past but It Itwill ItwllI itwill
will be remembered with pleasun pleaaunbemotions pleasuncipotions i iemotioM
emotions for a long time to come
POSTAL BANK BILL BILLUP BILLtip
UP NEXT IN HOUSE HOUSERe HOUSERepublican
j
Republican Re ublican Gnu Gaxust C h qs Tomor TomorrowNight Tomorrovr TomorrowNi
rowNight rovr rowNi light ht W11l WTljiAtffempt Will Attem tr pt t to toAgree toAgree toAree
Agree 1 1The Upon Up rit fcRuie fcRuieThe Rul Rult RulThe t
The next measure on the Ute PrwiUknts PrwiUkntslefftoiaUve P Fresidettslegislative t ta
legislative a program which the Jknuw te teto J Jto Isto
to take UD fe the th postal savings viftJ bank bankbill bankbill
bill billFor For more than tlWt a month month the Republi Republican Repubiican ¬
can members m be rs of the e Home Hot Committee Committeeon
on PotitofffeeB PO tofC and Post Roads R ds have bayeworklPlt bn bnworking beesworking
working on a bill that could couldiden OOuJ ad adu lidthe
u the 1IIin d fU of t tl t > 1e 7 bat botmuch batmuch
much roo he c rPiOtntDMID A b bidentthe Irrttnen th a i r
iden l identthe < Ien1 th tM onwpecta DnN ta for a Doeedy y ending endingo end endo
o iU j differences 11Ifer nte8 are not nttjcht hflghthi nttjchtr
r hi tift lt of a postal savings 8avln 8 bank bill billha bUtha billha
ha beer submitted to a Republican cau cucu caueu caucu
cu r l < a decision has not been Eft reached reachedAr reachedAI
Ar AI trer n fr attempt will 111 be made m Wedne Wednescs WedneniRbfr Vednesniltt
cs < < night when the Republican leaden leadenj
n g j eooce ce e to an snderstandhiby snderstandhibywhich understanding by bywblcV byWb1C
which Wb1C a nile may maybr b bf adopted a optul that will willbrine wUIrln willbring
brine rln t bit > postal Qsfal savings aatn bank bill be bfror befor ¬
fore for he he i e Houe U the lat latter er part of next nextweek rextweeJ nextweek
week weekHous weekHous
Hous HoWli Republican leaders M believe l Ueve thatrye that thatre thate
re e postal al savings AAvlnl s bank Mn bill will be the thej
j I iiat of the Presidents Prfl8Jd nt8 measures mea urt to be beconsldered I Iomdderfd
considered and passed pa Pd at this session
and to tl do this th will prolong the sessionuntil session sessionuntil e slon
until naw the tlt middle e of July
The several conservation Ion measures mea measuresnow urs ursntw
I now pending pendln before the House Commit Committe
te on Public Lands and the antilnjunc antilnjuncUon
lion bill t11 and the Ml to grant charters chartersto
to corporation corCX 01UI doing an interstate interstateusin e
bu business usin iReM ce steeping s plAJ in tfe tne tb pigeonholes in inthe 111the inthe
the Judiciary Committee will 111 go g a over overtil overanhl ov ovuntil er
until til next n t December go claim Repubtt Repubttrar Kepubcan
tan leadersIn leaders 1eAd < < s sIn
I In ti thte la connection oon eloeU n the th regulars aresa are say ¬
ing in K that at the President Pro ldent will have hav the t e e8urgEn fii fiisurgente fasurgenta
surgente 8urgEn to blame for the failure of o fete b 16
l fdalative lattve program pt plOfIIam hpc for had the Insur ln ur ¬
gents enUi not thrown down th the House or organization orJanbatlon organizatlon ¬
ganization all of the measures raea uree recommended recom recommended reeom1It ¬
mended 1It nded by President Taf Tats would have haveearned hAv havepassed
earned the House Hou weeks W fII ago o and nd their the
fat would ould be in the Senate where the th e
Statehood bill has been since nee last De ¬
comber cemberSTREET comberSTREET mber mberSTREET
STREET CAR RIDE RIDEFOR RIDEFOR RIDEFOR
FOR SETTING HEN HENBfack HENBiack HE HEBlack N
Black Minorca Moved Mov ed With Eggs Eggsi Eggs2nd E EanBv S
i andBvory 2nd anBv v aY fY r One P Produces Producesa ro oducos uces ucesa
a Chick31AIt10N Chick ChickMARION ChickI
MARION 31AIt10N I ARlO x lad Id liar fer 1 uRob ILBobert Jt bert art
Squires Squires who recently moved from An ¬
derson dr rson on to a farm adjoining this city re ¬
lates a remarkable story A week Mk be ¬
fore for he h was as ready to move he set et a L
black Minorca hen on fifteen eggs
Not desiring to leave the hen behind
he took her with the box in which she sh shwas he e I
was as sitting tUn and boarding an interurban interurbancar interurbacar n en
car brought hen eggs e and all sl 11 thirtyfive thirtyfnstmtee e
Mine mn by traction car and then chang changed ed
to loa a car to reach ToM h his h home homeThe homeThf homeThe
The hen remained on the nest with her herchanged he hechanged r
changed surroundings I < and a few t w days daysago daysag t ta a
ago ag a chick was hatched hatc from every egg
JUDGES SELECTED SELECTEDFOR SELECTEDFOR
FOR CADET DRILL DRILLHigh DRILLHigh
High School Boys Ready Readyfor Readyfor Readyfor
for Great Event of Year YearTomorrow YearTomorrow
1 Tomorrow TomorrowAnnouncement TomorrowAnnouncement TomorrowAnnouncement
Announcement was made today by byAsstetaat B BAssl byAssetaat
Asstetaat Assl taat Superintendent of PublicSchools Public PublicSchools PublicSchoels
Schools Percy M Hughes of the selec selection s selection ec ection ¬
tion cf the three Judges for the aaaual annualcompetitive aRDua1competitive
competitive drill of the high school ca ca4ts ca1ets cat5
4ts < t5 companies at American League Leaguepark LeaglUepark Leaguepark
park tomorrow and Thusrday ThusrdayThey Thusrda ThusrdaThey ThusrdayThey
They are First Lieut A B Babehairman Barber BarberChairman Barberhalrman
Chairman C Corp rpe of Engineers U S S A ASecond ASecond ASecond
Second Lieut Lle t V L L Peterson Corps Corpsof
of Engineers U S A and Second SecondLieut SecondLleut SecondLieut
Lieut J W N Sohultz Corps of Engineers En Engineers Engineers ¬
gineers U S A AWith AWIth AWith
With the announcement of the th three threejudges threejudses threejudges
judges a second announcement is made madethat madethat madethat
that Secretary of War ar J 3L M Dickinson Dickinsonhas
has readily accepted the invitation to tobe tobo tobe
be present both days of the drill and andpresent andpresoRt andpresent
present the Allison Nailor medal to the thecaptain thecaptain thecaptain
captain of the winning company andthe and andthe andthe
the individual red ribbons to the lieu lieutenants lleutenants lieutenants ¬
tenants noneommlsgkmcd officers and andprivates andprivates andprivates
privates privatesWith privatesWI privatesWith
With WI the selection of the Judges ju4g by byLieut byLleut byLieut
Lieut CoL Burton R Ross instructor instructorof
of military drill in the high schools schoolsand soboolsand soboodsand
and the final practice drills over for theyear the theyear theYHr
year the 600 OO or more members of the thehigh Utehigh thehigh
high school I cadet regiment are figura figuratively fisurativetY figuratively ¬
tively speaktng resting on their th 1r arms armstor
for the order U to > march to the field and andengage ad adengage
engage in what is to them and to every eoryhlKh
high school teacher and student the big bIggflIt
seat and most J 08t important event of the they
year y ear ar excepting ex < < e perhaps P < < KPII the graduation graduationxerctofi gndutJOnxr graduationFxercies
xerctofi FxerciesThe < xerctofiThe xr hM6 hM6The
The drill tomorrow Is I scheduled to to1fltla torefill
refill at t 4 oclock when Company H Hunder Hunder Hunder
under the command of Capt Theo Theodore
dore Roble and Lieuts H H Schwartz Schwartzand Schwartzand
and R E Eo Royal will be the first or organization organbatlon organiaatlon
ganization to be ordered to the judges judgesto
to receive the competitive program programand programand
and then show what the instruction instructionthey Jnstrutlont11ey Instructionthey
they have been receiving throughout throughoutthe
the school year has been worth to tothem tothtm totheta
them The four companies from the theMcKInley theMcKlnley theMuKinley
McKInley Manual Training School SchoolCompanies SchoolCompeales SchoolCompanies
Companies C D K I L will wIJI drill la lathe 1 1the fathe
the order givenBoard given givenBoard gvenBoard
Board of Education officials Super Superinteadent SuperInteudent Superintendent
inteadent of Schools Alexander T TStuart TStuart TStuart
Stuart the Commissioners of the District Dis District D18trkt ¬
trict and Wa Washington hlngtoft and Federal FederalGovernment FederalGovernment FederalGovernment
Government officials have been invit invited Invltc lnvlted ¬
ed c to attend both days of the drillIt drill drillIt drl11It
It had been hoped that the Presidentwould President Presidentwould PresidentoUld
would oUld be b able to be present pre ent at the theclose theclose theclose
close of the exercises xerctee on the last cay cayto dayto da dato y
to take the chief part in reviewinthe reviewing g
the cadets eade during the time the judges Judgesare
are reaching a decision but It has hasb hasbeen
been b en found impracticable impracticableSOLDIERS ImpracticableSOLDIERS
SOLDIERS MAY HAVE HAVEDRINKING HAVEDRINKING
DRINKING CLUBS CLUBSOrganization CLUBSOrganization S
Organization Outside of Federal FedoraControl l
Control Suggested After Failure Fail Fa l lure
ure to Restore Canteen CanteenThe
The House having l gone OR rocord rocordagaio recordagain
again as being opposed to a reetora restoration reetoration ¬
tion of tho army arm canteen thoM t tfavor in infavor Infavor a a9n
favor of allowing the soldiers gante canteen canteenHbertiM 8DteI 9n
Ubert1 liberties 1t may arggest 8 gg06t the establish establlshmeat establishment
meat of clubsoutside the Government Governmentreservation t
reservation where light H ht wines files and andbeers andbeers
beers eaR be purchased purchasedWhen purchasedWbia
Wbia When Vb 1 the t item Jt ceJatinsr to old sol soldiers 1101dolers soldiers ¬
diers ho homes cs W3 was reacoaa r reached c 04l In the sun sundry eUR4rr sundry ¬ I
dry civil bUt there was an earnest earnestbut erDostbut earnestbut
but futile effart e < < rt made J1 d by Represents Representatives Repre enta entaUV09 ¬
tives Kellher of Massachusetts Staf Stafford Statford StafLord ¬
ford of Wisconsin and others to re restore re8tore reafore ¬
store the canteen in ali homes within withinfive withInftve withinlive
fl five ue miles of a city c y where Intoxicating
liquors 11 uors were sold soldNow 801dNow soldNow
Now someone has hit upon the thethought tbethought thethought
thought that there is nothing to pre preott 1 > re reent resoldiers
ent 8Odl soldiers rs from forming clubB ubs just justost t
oft the e Governments s property which whichwill whichwill
will not be subject t to o army or home homeregulations homeregulatlons e
regulations where light beverages beveragesmay bevoragesma herragmay es
may ma be obtained obtainedWatch ohtainedWatch
Watch for a city at Randle Highlands
Advt A < ht
BTTER11IFFFHT BTTER11IFFFHTInsurgents BITTER TARIFF FI FIGHT FIGHTSHAPING Ht HtSHAPING
SHAPING IN SENATE SENATEI SENAIEInsurgents I
i
Insurgents Insist on an Effective Ef Effective EfI ¬
I
fective Commission to Col Collect Collect 1 1Iect ¬
lect Authentic Data DataThings DataThiDg5 DataThings
Things are rapidly sfea shaesbg 4ag s up for a abitter abitter abitter
bitter fight in the Senate oe the tariffcommission tariff tariffcommiseioa tan tancomml8
commission comml8 loo qaesikm Indications are aret1l6t arethat
that the Senate fight will be much moreanimated more moreanimated mQrtanimated
animated than the one la the House H HThe HotsThe
The House Hou e will soon pass the sundry sundrycivil sundryclyJl sundrycivil
civil bUt That measure carrying the theprovision theprovision i ipn
provision pn v8lon for employment of tariff experts expertsby expertsby expertsby
by the President wU then go to the theSenate tbente theSenate
Senate nte and will 111 be reported cut with withlittle withlittle withlittle
little delay by the Senate Committee on onAppropriations onApproprlt1oRL onAppropriations
Appropriations The bill b I If e expected to toreach toreach toreach
reach the Senate from tie committee committeeby
by the first of the comht coming week In Infact Infact Infact
fact there is some prospect prO pectthat that it may maybe maybe maybe
be reported earlierWithout earlier earlierWithout earlierV1thout
Without much regard to rbether T etber theAppropriarions the theAppropriations theApproprletlon
Appropriations Committee leaves 1e e IB a theHouse the theHouse OleHouse
House provision rot ton allowing CsGO C AW1 for forthe torthe forthe
the employment of tariff experts expertswhether expertswhether expertswhether
whether it strikes stl1k it out or whether It Itmodifies itmodUles itmodifies
modifies it Senate JDliUr Insurgents eots plan to tourge tourge tourge
urge that the Senate legislate Jeg1 Iate for an ef effective eCteetlve effective ¬
fective tariff commission commle icm They will willmake wfUmake willmake
make a number of speeches In support supportof
of such a commission commissionClose commi communionClose ioa ioaClose
Close parliamentary questions que tIon will enter en enter enter ¬
ter for f r Instance as 11 to whether thelanguage the thelanguage the1nguage
language used u ed in the House Hou e provision provisionin
in case the Senate committee retains retainsthat retatuthat retainsthat
that language is susceptible lbIe of oramended being beingamended
i amended so o aa to authorize a trait com commission comnde commkelort ¬
mission nde Ion with members appointed by the thePresident thePrealdent thePresident
President confirmed by th Ute Senate 8 Date and andhaving aadba1ng andhazdng
having the power powerto to take testimony testimonyunder testimonoath timon timonunder y
under oath as to the cost of 0 produclion produc production production ¬
tion at home and abroad It Is I is pos possible PO POIble possible ¬
sible that any amendments IrIeDCIDMD of e tag na nature 11 11tvre natare ¬
tare will 111 be rated ru out of order In lathat Inthat
that th at atof cue appeal from the de decision decl tenon io of ofof ofot o
of the chair ctu r might followThe follow followThe
The insurgents In urgenUl will JD IaaI taste tst t that Con Congress Cong188 Congross ¬
gross ought to have any BY information informationthat informationthat
that is gathered on the workingsthe workings of ofthe oCthe
the tariff schedules schedulesIt ebedulesIt
It is hardly likely Ukel likely that any a Dy pro profor provision provisionfor v
for a tariff commission comc will w get through throughthe t h htbe
the Senate If It t is Isfound found that t thatamendment t an anamendment 11 11am
amendment am ftdme t to the sundry civil civi bpi for fora fora f fa
a commission commili lon is J not obcai obtainable able and andpoint ad a apoint apotat
point of order Is held against it t ta then thena >
a motion may be made to t discharge dischargethe dl c e ethe
the Finance Committee from consideration cOlWlld8raUon considera cossfderation ¬
tion of one or more of the tariff com coinmission commission comml88lon ¬
mission bills before it itFORMER itFORMER itFORMER
FORMER OFFICIAL A SUICIDE SUICIDEST SUICIDST E
ST LOUIS May a ItBernard Bernard Dierkes Dierkescitr DkTkeefty Dkrknctt
citr ctt auditor from 29 1 99I to 1M9 iN shot shotkilled and andkflled aDdkflled
kflled himself hlm 1f Saturday morning momm h he hewas hewa e
was wa fojjnd fo nd unconscious UDn < louB from partial partialasphyxiation partllaaphXfat1on party a ea l
asphyxiation asphyxiationPORCH aaphXfat1onDOMES
asphyxiationjj jj
y
1 1PORCIi
PORCH KMtXITl Ft ItITtII KE EIE MOVES MOVESEASILY MOVESEtSILT
EASILY EASILYwhen EtSILTwhen
when you use uceDOMES userDOMIS
DOMES OP SILENCE SILENCEThe
The Invisible Clutter WithouttvRSlsLs Without WithouttVHBBLS VlthoutHEELS
tVHBBLS tVHBBLSTier HEELS HEELST1if
Tier T1if always tilde easily rtleattr a etbwtU NleatTViiiact will willat
at t MAr No tam or < < r Ircdwod bar4w 4 Seers Slip
oaMiy ev over r the runt edge edgeFive 4zePhw n nn
Five n rtse IIbee ta ttXMtrtictlMs BtctiM it Reel
Wont wratch It and cant k M xratfffccd A
f few w komm 1Iar hammer r ta up < adjust > No fo Mtta or orcerews orJMeded ae
cerews e ewe seededDo B seeded JMededEaotoe > edf3 edf3D
Eaotoe EaotoeSold D Do sot = accept awtntHotoe N Sjedfy SjedfySoM
Dosses of Silence SilenceSold
Sold at Hardware Hard H HFttroKare + wseadsldng IWD IWDFumtUIn
Ftp FttroKare nItuce sad Depertmest D Mitzaa MitzaaBO Stores If Ifiwsft IfDO Ifm
BO local dealer eaJ r baa them themSend themSend
Send iwsft Sample SampleCBAS Sampl1Sc
1Sc Set Setr
Ivor r aea Of4 Of4CHAS OF 4
CHAS G HARMER Sole agent agentS A sent gentS
S E German St Baltimore Md Id
I
WHO IS Weea at ws t
rr rrkWIMr rrok1
kMMT k1 gr aad Walter tooe tooeW
TO his W Dr Kilmers fta aaRoot s sRoot r rRoot >
Root tee ffrast rest loan kMnAt >
BLAME remedy Y promptly promptlyAt rt rtAt
At dmssi 4nt drsggtsta ta fifty ftftyDel c csad s sand
and Del dollar face iae Tea nay have a sir sirbsttl art artlx 3 3nol
lx bsttl nol > tti by ma mall tree fre fr aim pan parnphlt phlt tftrx tftrxabout t tiicabout f1I f1Iabout <
about it Addreaf Dr KlUaer g Ccx BIng BInghantCft Bingbatrttcn
1 hatnteft V Y tGold Ythe yGold
J
<
Gold Dust Dustthe
the e composite cleanser cleanserWe c clealilrWe ea r rWe
We would be e forced forcedto
to enlarge our factories factoriesmany factoriesma facto nos nos1313n
1313n many ma y times tlm eS if Gold Dust Dustwas Dustwas uSlr uSlrw
w was os used use for ALL theurooses the thepurposes thepurposes
purposes urooses in In the hom homes homeswhere homeswhere e3 e3where
where it is 1 s already cadp used usedfor usedfor us
for SOME P purposes purposesWhen purposesWhen OSeS OSeSWhen
When you ou use Gold GoldDust GoldDustthe 1
Dust Dustthe the composite compositecleaner compositecleaneryon c
cleaner cleaneryon A you Y ou donotneed donotneedto do not need needto
to use borax ammonia ammoniakerosene ammoniakerosene
kerosene or naphtha naphthaPlease naphthaPlease nnPh tha thaP
P Please ease read rea the direc directions directions ¬
tions on the package packageGold packageGold
Gold o Dust Du st 1s is safe safeeconom safeeconom s et
econom economical economical
ical an d dharmless dharmless dharm1es tC tCieal
harmless harmlessto
f for t tlib
to hands r
or 0 rf fa fab fabrics lib b bnes ¬
rics 0r1CS
RANDLE HIGHLANDS HIGHLANDSA HIGHLANDSCAPITOL I
A CAPITOL OF U3 U3YHITE U UYHITE I
YHITE HOUSE HOUSEOCerm HOUSEc HOUSECera HOUSEOffers
c
Offers < 6tp superior rlor advantages to lams JtemenalJ4kn
builders and investors ar ZTUtocsRaDdJe stora storaRaadfe
Raadfe Highlands is fast 2 1Ie betylar > ei tec to tomake tozwke tomake
make a Greater Wahn Waehmgtor WaehmgtorWATm WsabffigtecwATOi gtoc gtocWATOIfORAOIY
WATOIfORAOIY WATm fOR A mY gGSSS AT IIIGULAXDS fG fGH RAgDLB RAgDLBIIIGULAXDS
Met H beAaUful and ad pfctorceqea JJkt 8 teeatlea
pall twelve aUnut minutes c fr tram m ti the capitol capitolBuilding CapttolBuildins CapttotBuiJdbtg
Building
Lob sew selling > JliD 1I11C oa E MT Payment
Play PI Call er write for sear Booklet
Plat end Terms Free Fre Aato to Me > ea Us Usvmverty UIu the thet
vmverty vmvertyU t + ropearU
U S Realty Company
1 Tth th St Sti T PL Ave AT eli TV W V Wash I D > C
u c
4
J
1 J HECHT HECFTCOMPANYEXTRA COMP ANY EXTRA SPECIAL I
s
THE LETTER TTER THAT TELLS THE STORY OF THE PURCHAScnNCC PURCHASE PURCHASELESTER
t tJ
w NARTON C assts R Tta a + e a
J cnNCC PUCK N MAIM 2 2LESTER 75Ca 75CaFESTER
LESTER fit PRICE PRICEAttDrnrga PR1CEI
I f AttDrnrga 2t2tnrn anb tfmmsrUorB QlnmtnflbrB at Haw HawWASHIMCTON rama m mCOLua
a Co COLua LUMCIAN IIUDINO IIUDINOPT
S
A1 IFTM PT STAir 5TetT aT w wWUHCTO wWACHkCTON
WASHIMCTON O C Hay 28 28STeserso 28tl 191Qe 191QeEeaarse O OXesars >
STeserso 0 Becht do Company CompanyCity COmpS113City Co a aCi
City CityGentlemen CityGentlemen Ci y yOehtleme
Gentlemen n
I am authorized by the court c to accept your7 your of offer fer er rorth rorthatoclc ror = the thostock thestock
stock of t groceries andthe and the fixtures of Frederick Oppermann nffarcoa nffarcoatained nowc nowctained nowcontanned
tained in premises at 14th and L Sts N W and at 913 9134th 4th 8t S3R H HPloaoe 11 11Please Ve VePlease
Please remove the goods as coca as possible and oblige obligeTours obligeY obligeYours
Y Tours Ter v > truly trulyAssignoo l lf
J
f Aaeigneof Assignoo of Frederick Opperaann Oppermannl Oppez rin
l
n
r
Note e o olent
I Plenty P Pbe lent of o sales people will willbe willbe
be in in attendance and servicew service servicewill s rvice rviceI
will w be e prompt and an satisfac satisfactory satisfactory satisfacr ¬
I tory r No a goods oo s sent sentdelivered COD CODand C D Dand
and a aI nd no > goods 00 ds delivered deliveredII
II I
lOc Quaker Corn Flakes 5c Sic5c 5c5c 5c5c
5c Korn Kinks15c Kinks 2Jc 2Jc15c 2c15c
15c Quaker Puffed Rice Inc InclOc lie lielOc llcIOc
lOc Quaker Puffed Wheat 7c 7ic50c 7c50c 7c50c
50c Imported Sardines 19c lc35c 19c35c 19c35c
35c Imported Sardines ISc ISc15c l5c15c 15c15c
15c Imported Sardines lOc IQc5c IOc5c lOc5c
5c and lOc Domestic Sardines
3 3c 3c15c c cISc c15c
15c and 18c Salmon tall cans lOc lOc25c l lOc25c c c25c
25c Salmon Steak Republic R p1blic 15c 15c20c 15c20c 15c20c
20c Red Salmon lOc 10cRussian
Russian Cnut Caviar sr 15c 25c 35c and 50c
The HECHT STORES have purchased of the assgnee assbnee the entire stocks stocksofFRE of FREDERICK ERICK OPPESMANN OPP ERtdANN con cant
tamed Ln in the stores at 14th and L etc N W and 913 4th st tN N W consisting eonslstln of thousands d t
of do I
t g O dollars Ili rs worth of ofaiid ofHIGHGRADE
HiGOHl HIGHGRADE thGRA G GROCERIESI GROCERIESISTAPLE Rg dRi s I ISTAPLE
STAPLE FANCY and IMPORTED IMPORTEDand 1 1f
and f will place p lace them on sale tomorrow morning at 8 oclock The entire stocks will l be sold soldgroceries sokiAt
At 14th and L Sts N W WThe
The assignment of Frederick Oppennann gave the Hecht stores the Opportunity to snap up tbe th e choicest sfacks of f h grade de
groceries that have ever been sold m in Washington Washin on And best of all the price that secured red these highcbss i hclass stocks enables eaa es us to sell
them at figures that will prove a genuine sensation sensationFor sensationFor sensationFor
For the more convenient dosing out of the stocks they will be sold from the store at the southwest corner of f 14 1 1i kaad a aid L sts N
W V the sale beginning tomorrow momin mominThese morning
These stocks are not only of the finest nest grade but are new and fresh in every respect All staple aad fancy faRCY1iAes lines are included NI
and the chance is offered to totay lay in supplies of groceries for both present and future needs needsE at atNearly atear
Nearly ear Half a the he Prices rice s Prevailing Everywhere EverywhereEvery ee eeEvery 1
E Every = housekeeper will iI be interested Qe in such h sensational offerings as these
40c Box Boned Chicken ChickenlOc Chi Ken 25c 25clac 25c10c
lOc Jellies and Preserves Preserves25c 7c 7c25c 7c25c
25c Jellies and Preserves PreservesAsparagus 15c 15cAsparagus 15cAsparagus
Asparagus sold at 35c 35cAsparagus 3 c 22c 22cAsparagus 22cAsparagus
Asparagus sold at 22c 22cMatches 15c 15cMatches 15cMatches
Matches dozen dozenGrape 7 7Grape 7c 7cGrape
Grape Juice pints pintsGrape 17e 17eGrape 17cGraPa
Grape Juice Juicei 15c size sizeGrape ize 10c 10cGrape lOc lOcGrape
Grape Juice lOc size T T15c 7t 7t15c 71c15c
15c Maple Syrup SyruplOc lIe 11clOc
lOc 1 Oc Maple Ma le Syrup SyrupKirkmans S u 7 c cKirkmans
Kirkmans Borax Soap So p 3c I
Babbitts s and Sunny Monday Soap 3c 3c25cGoId 3c25c 31c25c
25cGoId 25c Gold Dust 15c 15cPeas l5cPeas 15cPeas
Peas various brands 12 for 75c 75ceach 75ceach 75ceach
each 6c 6cLima GtcLima 6th c cLima
Lima Beans 12 for 85c each 7c 7cWool 7cWool
Wool 001 Palmo and Lifebuoy Soap S ap 3ic 3icCampbells 3cCampbells 3 > lc lcCampbells
Campbells Soups all kinds 7c 7cTea 7cTea 7 > tic ticTea
Tea black gunpowder mixed mixedsell mixedsell mixedsell
sell at 50c to 1 25c 25cTea 25cTea 25cTea
Tea mixed sell at 40c 20c 20c15c 20c15c 20c15c
15c Spinach large can lOc lOclOc lOclOc
lOc Spinach small can 7Jc
a
15c Yours Truly Baked Beans Be ns lie lielOc IlelOc
lOc Yours Truly Baked Beans 7 7c 7c15c 7c15e c c15c 1
15c Heinzs Baked Beans lie lielOc lIe10c plc10c
10c Heinzs Baked Beans 7ic 7ic15c 7c15c
15c Reliance Baked Beans large lie lieNat IIcNat licNat
Nat Bis Cos Co s 15c to 20c cakes lOc lOcNat 10cNat lOcNat 1
Nat Bis Co Cos s lOc packages 7c 7JcNat 7 7cNat c cNat
Nat Bis Cos Co s 5c packages 3c 3c25c 3 34c25c c
25c to 40c Coffees all kinds 17c 17c5c 17 17c5c c cSc
5c and lOc articles endless variety 2c 2clOc 2ciOc 2ciOc 1
iOc and 25c Articles many kinds 5c
D 0 T g1 V A 6 8 A A AnF All IF Fixtures cturesintheTroStoresFor ture in the Tvro Stores For ForSale Fo
REME a Y9EYa1J4 Y9EYa1J4gAJdE1Y76IIDE1 gAJdE1Y76IIDE1 MBER C J N Ar SA f LE LI ON 1 91 LY AT 1 14 d 4tda t h an anCS7g d L a STS 7 7g e Sale Cheap heap Apply Hecht CoI Co
J t
fT rrt
JIitI II p r J
7
J

xml | txt