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4 THE WASHINGTON WASJII TOti TDIES TUESDAY TrBSD JULY JfL Y 5 1010
TWENTYONE TPENTYONEASRESULT 6 DEATHS DEATHSAS
IS ASRESULT 1SJLTOF RESULT OF RIOTS HOISReports RIOTSReports RIOTSRe
Reports Re P From All Over the theCotitttry theCeuntri
PCow
Cotitttry Cow Tell T elI Same Story Storyof Sic Sicof u
of Fighting FigfetigCantiuned Figltt Fightingt7arafhDaed ag agrr
Cantiuned rr 11 f Irom fIGIaa FJrst PaeO PwoeJW PaeOTnoiii
Tnoiii W net a fractured bact skull or orbroken wha arIiSSb
broken Stab In the Hot of the hurt hurtTrownte JmrtAfter hurtTrstdie
Trownte After 1f Piffct it Jf News NewsThe f f1Iae < w wThe
The trouble began bepDfro a as soon etAom as word wetsw wordww
ww w flashed from fro the the1Jt newspaper offtces offtcestfcat odvesthat
that tile bib negro had won the U battle battleITui 1IIattIewho bstUsHeaves
ITui Heaves mi who hoorahed i for torOIBIC8II Tohnion Johsoawen Tohnionwet
wen wet nouuced upon by whites and rev seveeal 81f 81feaa1 reveal
eeal jot fights were soon in IK progress progressbt ptJa ogress ogresste
te the Jnunense II throng that had gathrned gath gathf ptJtper
rned Ng newspaper per row rown8IIIt lowteen
teen SPresd d rapidly throughout throughouttits tti tticItJ
tits cItJ sad fights betia betiaef bet eeu membtrn membtrnd
ef f the u two races uccuned on many manyape JDaD7COIIIeIL tmanyst
ape st at at cotueia Several 9 eera i riot calls were werehi wereto werestet
stet hi to the different precincts in the theyears tileeaIt theheart
heart eaIt d the eIt eItio dty
io 1 8IatI etatbn n had tJae Du5Iest 1IIPt 1IIPtTh t In InTbtryjve
years Tbinrflve Th tJAve arrests SIIeBU were made madean I8IIdetile madealb
alb an the patrol wagon when mat bringingprhoers bIIIIciftc bIIIIciftcpr I lacing lacingnrJaonura
nrJaonura pr to the rtatioa u was wa betas used usedto QIIedto usedto
to carry the injured to the hospital hospitalMany boIII hospitalMany iIaJ iIaJJiIaIIy
Many peiouaa peiwe who were only 011I slightly efabtlycut IlUPtIycat slightlycot
cot and bndoad bruIn d were treated at theM tbebosFffteea theMJ the bos bospltai
J pltai baIII and left wItbout givt6 tbeIr tbeIrFIfteea thttirnays
nays naysFatten
Fatten 1 person onn were 8e treated at the
Eb Emergency F ergeecr J Hospital I and a alike like likeDetectives IJeWe Dmsier Dmsierrsre
We taken to casualty
Detectives who were on duty at the
Central Ofnc were ere called oat oattile to assist assistthe ntitthe
the reserves of the First FInItcare precinct tat tatins btakMg
takMg care of the ennnI and atteIIIIIt attaslrt1ng
Hac ins to + oneO the riotaTl rIota riotsThe rIotae
Tl The e Ihmber JhniII I be er e of < ArrNts ArrNtsIs Arrests ArreotsPreeteet ArrestsHere
Here Is a list of < < tile amrbr fIC wrdhi wrdhiomit
omit 117 the dtrerent Ift IftPrcIDc proe0aeas proe0aeasI
PrcIDc < < Ko I O OPr6fbret L s sPrecinct
Preeteet Mo 2 2Predset Ii
No
PreeIIIet Ne NePrecIact af afPrecinct
Precinct No i iPI8eIIIet iPrecinct
Precinct No 1 1No L LPretnct I
Pretnct No T 2 a
Predet No L LPI1ICIIKt 1 y
PI1ICIIKt No e ww wwPreelmet o c
PrecIIIet Ne NePreeIDet 1R 2
Precinct Pre Det No x BL D a a1taIIit8r gAt
Patron pteeisct 1 1y
TInal 2na m mAt
y
a At 1 Casvs Casualty ty Hannitil HannitilThe 1I 1ITIle HeapitsiThe
The following were treated at the theCiianalty tIIIecIty
cIty Hospital HospitalArthur JIoIIpttaIA1tbr HospitalArthur
Arthur Smith white twentyfour twentyfouryears tweatJf tweatJfy
years y old e fl 1397 i G street northwest
le
yrs yrslend
kicked te l i ab abdomen D 1111 try unidentified VI Ufted ne neCyprlan aelit atgrs
grs lit IIIcAIh > t h aDd H streets IItneIaenrtaa sornttntwst sornttntwstCypiisa
Cyprlan W wade e negro twehoeoW twelve years yoursKa yearsoldJK
oldJK oW Iii X stIe street lim < < southeast south east es stab wound woundof
of right arm armJohn armJGIm
John Burgess I irgess negru JI8 Jo thirtyeight thirtyeightyears thirtyeighttears
years 4aftI old Cfl K street southeast beII8t lip lipcut lipem Upcat
cut cutAlfred A Alfred < red Thompson negro thirtytwo tIairtytweyears thirtytweyears thirtytwoyears
years oM > D street Street nor 1IOItIIwat Unreal nose noseInjured Jelnjvred noseinjured
Injured by two o unidentified miden white mea meaAlice meaAJke menMice
Alice SBBtth negro thirty years old
137 37 D street southwest kicked fat stom stomach stomach ID IDa ¬
ach a by negro negroJackson segroJaoksoe r rGIDft
Jackson Grove white thirty thirtyon th1rty1lle th1rty1lleold e ua uaold
old It street 8Oatbeast powder 10 MInas MInason > tarns tarnson
on rfgnt ria at t eye eyeShorter eyeJIaqaret eyeold
JIaqaret Haifststreetwautlteast Shorter ststreetwautlteast nogrc D thirty thirt7old years yearsold
old Hn II Half street southeast JOUtbeastin kiekied kiekiedin kiekedin I
in abdomen abdomenJames abdomenJames
James aIMIomeILWIIIIJey Wynne negro twentyeight twentyeightyears tweaty tweatyy twentysightyours
years y old Sheridan avenue aRaGeinjury KBladale IillsdaIeinjury KBladaleinjury
injury to left eye eyeFrederick eyelI6rtck eyeFt
Frederick Ft + eiairk Boweraamn negro twenty twestyevm tweIIt7IIeVtII twentyseven
seven years y on MM 1 L street northwest northwestJamrs eeatlwestimjDry Mt Mtto
imjDry to face facelames
lames Tfllman negro nega + o twentyeight tweDt7efs1atyesn twentyeightyears twentyeightyears
years old ibi 52 Acker street illJar in Jut y to t tDIudIf eye eyeDanM
DanM Farrest aegrtbrears aegrtbrearsold negro thirty tIII f years yearsild aInI aInIold
old ild Alabama A avenue stab w wcvnd wcD14badL tmd te Ini
badL i > ack
Lee L ee DepO neg eisbteen years yearsu
32 u H eteenaouthW street southwest 1 tejury ry toand to toand toaDd
and ear earJohn
John euGlsY Gray negrb ae b thirtyAre t ry rynit eYarrs T3ars y old old2W
2W 2 t Got QenIeIa don avenue injury to t lack and andhead aDdsam turdnano
head headold
sam uqro tLfrttwe years yearsold
old sW TUrdandahaifstr9et IIdnJaDdabalf str street north northeast IIOItIaIajarJ northseat ¬
east Injury to bead headAt beadAt beadAt
At Zafcuyary y gspitsdThe HeapfeaL HeapfeaLThe
The toMowina were treated at the theEmergency theEa theEmergency
Emergency Ea gurtJ Hospital HospitalJohn HospitalJohn
John 3 Baler Ba er white nttyfour tIft7 years yearsld yearsold IeUS IeUSold
old ld 327 Thirteenth street northwest northwestlacerated northwestIaoeeanted aertJawestJaCJlllated
lacerated scalp scalpHarry seal sealBanaes selpBarry
Harry Barnes negro tweatyevenVenI twentyseven twentysevenyears twentysevenyears
years old oI 731 at Sixteenth street north northcas IIOriI3It northeast
cas east 3It laceration of f forehead foreheadJames fore1lea4La foreheadJames
James a Baylor negro D x treatyone ItTeatoaeeare treatyonewetfth
3 ears ol old 13 Twelfth street sU north DOrtbWeot northwest i iwest
west laceration of scalp scalpSalvotore seaJpSa scalpSalvotbre
Salvotore Sa etre Demote white whitei whiteisixteen stxteea IIIxteeDTen sixteenyears I Iyears
years old 5 Wonder w 0D er court rt incised incisedwoua I Iwouas
wo wouas > aa a JIl left knee kneeBenham JmeeJa
Ja Benham Be JIam whit t nineteen nineteenstab siseteenyear 8eI 8eIyean
yean old 4S 3 Tenth t 1IordIeaat 1IordIeaator
stmtnorthast stmtnorthastPtab
stab wound of left shoulder shoulderOeoime abo814tGe
George Ge rwe Forrest colored nineteen nineteenyears Bbteteeayea nineteenyears
years years yea old 1S35 l 5 Seventh street north northwest JIertIaw ssrthest ¬
west w est contusion of le left cheek cheekAlfred ebeeJtAllred i
Alfred Haney white twentyavo twentyavoyears tweat7 tweat7ea twentyjveyears
years ea old Nichols avenue Congress eocreHeipta
Heights laceration of forehead fOlleheaWilliam
William Kunle white fortynine fortynineyears fortyniDeears fortynineSears
years ears old 346 N street southwest in incised Inei Indeed ¬
deed ei wound of forehead foreheadJohn forebeadJob foreheadJohn
John Job Little white twentyve years yearsold YenIold yearsold
old Portland street 5t t Congress
Heights laceration of scalp
Thomas M IIUDC1e1J nndelL twentythree years
old id member of the United States Ma Marine Marine Marine ¬
rine Corps stab wound of left t arm
Leroy Magruder negro thirtythree thirtythreeyears
years r ears old 2513 5U P street northwest northwestcontusions northwesteoaUUdoDS northwestcontusions
contusions of right eye Assaulted ted tedY
by Y several unidentified white men on
Sixth street northwesttare northwest IIOrthWestCIan8ce
Clarence A Power white wbiteYMIB seventeen seventeenyears v
years oWfi f5t 5 K street northeast tec tecJaroes Jacof Iaceratiss
eratiss of ICI ICIlames scalp
lames Suit white forty rty years old
Snttland Md cL laoeration of forehead
William Tibbs negro fortytwo years yearsold yearsold
i s old aS IS Tenth street northwest lac lacerathm lacEratkm laceration
erathm of left eyelid assaulted saulted at
Pennsylvania avenue and Seventh street
by unidentified UD nti ed soldiers soldiersTurner 801d soldiersTurner JlI JlITurner
Turner Wilder negro fortyftve years yearsold yearso1d
old ITS 1 Nolan court incised wound of ofchest atris ofchest
chest chestBack ris t
08 I IBid I
i
Back hw the Week M MPkww ad adPMtMe 1 1Ef
Pkww Ef ei c W H fisher fisherIf
If your linen suit or waist Ts Tssoiled Issoiled 15soiled
soiled It wffl be cleaned deD and re retamed re1mwed returned
tamed promptly Our fniimim 1 are arethe aretIae aretic
the best PricesS Prices moderate moderateLaces moderateLass
Laces Lass Stirs S IaI Flannels renovated renovatedaad NIMmItedthe
and the original orildBalJaster luster liriuafi out outW oedw outr I
W H FISHER FISHERDyer EISI EISIDyer r
Dyer and Cleaner I
I
709 Ninth Street N V VPhone VI VIPhone WPhone i
Phone Main ain 1152 U UIJK 1152nlag
the JIa halt t Jiik7CHaMRf nlag Plant la laTeflL
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1
I Casualties Due to Race Riots RiotsFollowing RiotsFollowinig RiotsFollowing
= Following Reno Battle BattleCasualties BattleOctDI BattleCaswNia
OctDI Casualties r resulting from race riots throughout country country as a areadt 1nsuit airsadt
readt of Jofosons Js defeat of Jeffries JeffriesTHTy JetIriesTHE JeffriesTHE
THE DEAD
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1ewni 811 s III 2 2Lake aLake
Lake PnvWeJloeLa2 PnvWeJloeLa2Little Prritleaoe La LaLittle
Little Rack Ark rk 2 2iRciRMti rOlnciwanti
iRciRMti OJd Ohio I 1 1Olajka
0 Olajka No Neb 1
1
THE Ilfl INJURED
New N Clf T Perk rk 45 4aQeatha 45QaaaJia liQWIIIka
QaaaJia Xeb Neb1i Neb1iSt x ell IS ISPkila IiSt
St LtHlis Leta X o7 o7PkUadelpilia1L 7 7PJ
PJ PkUadelpilia1L PkUadelpilia1LWaskiagten Pkila llMleIJ Inkm lia If J
Waskiagten 1 B6Jd R Ii UNerIelk IiN8r1D
N8r1D Va 1 1Keysieae I IXeYsM
XeYsM Keysieae e lri 11 Ya V li liDeL 11YllJBi ieWiilaiagtea
Wiilaiagtea YllJBi DeL Do11 Do11Rnaeke 1 1Uraleria 11kttB
1kttB Rnaeke e Va 1 1UTIII6t 11 11UFai4
Uraleria UraleriaT Ga S SL811isTflIe SLouisville
Louisville Ky 7 7TaIIIa iTslialak
T TaIIIa lI IaA La 1
RENO BATTLE REFLECTED REFLECTEDIN
n IN POLICE COURT TODAY
lack Jea ly t bete is MIIp MIIpl1ld you yous youJudge
s
I Judge l1ld e PIP Paghof spat withest Mta a aof koala koalad
of regret rearedNo repetNoJ
No NoJ Sh Jeige r roe so found dat out outRichard 4MItJUeJlar4 antRichard
Richard Washington w dtsptaying r lJ the thesame u ue tr trsame
same e color scheme mm that aJBeeted by bywith ItyODe byone
ODe Johttaa dianapiea Ill ptrgflfet spoke IIpOkewItb spokewifh
with unmistakable bIe regret and andignatkm some e rea reatpadoa resigmtdoa
ignatkm ignatkmI tpadoaRiclaard
I RI Richard hard stood penitent before the bar barof bard
of Justice Ia m the Ponce Court today As Asstood A Asstood
stood Richard JUcbarclao so stood some four score scoreother IICOIeother scoreother
other unfortunates of varying sloes cut colors coIora cutrs ¬
ors o rs conditions eoDdi cormditienlead ODll mud feelings feelingsThey leellDpTIley feelingsThey
They had been caught m lit the police policedragnet JOIIeelast polleedrags
dragnet last night being 1 eID < < of that temper temperamental temperameat tempermental ¬
mental ameat a I class unable to withstand the thecombative thecoaaIIaUve theombative
combative c influences of a safe and sane saneFourth aanFoartla SanFourth
Fourth in the Capital and lid the err t tfight t1Icbt tfgbt
fight te Reno Renodisagree ReaoMally RemoMany
Many oC them had waIt waited l fw the re retuma returna
tuma J Jt appgared then to go oat aDd aDddIAcree andisagree
disagree d with the dedaton of the referee refereeor ref refor
or with anybody aDyt ody or anything vise 8e who whohappened wbohappened whoappened
happened h to block the streets streetsReturning streetsReturning reeta reetaJteotuna1Dc
Returning to the lamentable Jame tbIe case of ofRichard ofRkbard ofpenitent
Richard > Washington The penitent > > one oneadmitted 011Oadmitted un unadmiuea
admitted that be might have been 1 een diarderly dis disorderly ¬
I
orderly o while De meandering along Seventf Seventfstreet seeattatnet seveatUstreet
street He had invoked the name DIIIeX1stala of ofMtetah dMIstak
Mtetah Johnson and ad his prowess IIOWeM but butbe 1RItbe bute
be b e denied vehemently y that he bad been beenprofane DeeDprofaDe beenprofaae
profaneThis profaDeTbJB profane profaaeTbis
This caused Judge Pugh to remind readDiRicbanl remindRidatrd leuundRichard
Richard that Johnson Job JobbIn was not ht court courtmirer courtto osurtto
bInwas
to pay the ae of IaIII w wmtrer inston instonmint
mint The eyes of Richard wandered waIMIereIIner wanderedever a aiied aiiedever
ever the packed courtroom Twas T TJciuoa true truejob trs + e eJofinsoa
job jobPush Jciuoa bad DOt arrived Then 31Idp 31Idpwith JadseIugireaidh
Push Iugireaidh mid with a qu twer er little 1IttIeYho ssoOe ssnaeFlv =
Five Yho dollars Hun thne thneIt JnneItt JIneIt
It Was w a Great G Day DttyIt
It was a great day J for the Police PoliceCourt
I
Court The arrests last night num numbered aumDerbd ¬
bered SL The pUreto patrol wagons brought broughtto 1
to court today HI m1 prisoners era Otters i ihad i ipat
had h ad pat up collateral and alii most t of them themforfeited themforfeited
forfeited It ItEleven 11EIevea iL jl jllortelted
Eleven eases were settled and lid Judge JudgePugh JudgePugh J1IIIIKePach
Pugh confronted e llfroated a docket of eightylive eightyliveahead eIKht7 dghtyfvecases it itea
ea cases ea when be opened court tell JI aahtotes aahtotesahead IIata IIataaIIeed
ahead of the usual hour A few of the tbeMOB theMOB theMOB
MOB BEATS WHITE WHITEWHO WHITEWHO
I
WHO DEFENDS NEGRO NEGROST
ST JOSEPH JOSEPHXo Mo July 5 5F LPor For r tai takia tkia tailag
ia lag tM be part of o a negro o when w the fet fetter etter t tter ¬
ter was struck by a white aaa S I ISawyer 1Sawyer L LSawyer
Sawyer a white man was W attacked attackedby ttckedbJ
by a mob aDd seriously eerteroslybeater eerteroslybeaterThe beaten beatenThe 1 eateIL eateILTIle
The trouble resulted front ro the Hone Reaofight RftIIG8gbt Honef6ht
fight fightMUCH 8gbtMUCH f6htMUCH
I
MUCH RIOTING RIOTINGAT RIOTINGAT I
AT CINCINNATI CINCINNATIdMCXXXATT CINCINNATICINCINNATI CINCINNATICIYCINNATI
dMCXXXATT July 5 iXueh 6 Much rioting riotingoccurred riotingccurred I
occurred o here ere when the announce aanotncesnent announcet aDnODeeMeat
Meat t of the Reno fight bt end came camemob CDMA cameA
A mob chased a aaegro negro o thi thistreet through h Vine VIJMIItnIet Vinetreet
street S but he escaped e capH by r ra ruDDI running into hItoa
a hotel elevator e elevatorThere ator atorTlaere I IThere
There was much rioting during the tltee thevening I I
evening e veningFIGHTS hI hIFIGHTS < < I IFIGHTS
FIGHTS FILL JAILS JAILSOF JAILSOF JAILSOF
OF KANSAS KA ANSAS SAS CITYj CITYjKANSAS CITY CITYKANSS I IKAsS
t
KANSAS CITY Mo 10 July JuI i aThe The Th po ¬
stations are crowded almost to o oJIoiu
JIoiu < < and uct the police courts of I
city were kept in session all after aftern
n disposing din of prisoner prisoners IiIIoDer both whitend white i
nd black who ragas engaged in I incipient
following their learning 1earD1 of 0 the re I I
of the the championship fight at Reno RenoI i
r Hundreds of extra police sworn i
about 3 oclock o dock yesterday afternoon afternoonogether
with the mart regular force were
to prevent many y Units nnfits 1Ifpl ts most of
were started by whites and
pulling members of the opposite oppositefrom j
from the street M cars catsu
I IA IBaby
II
u Lty < zt ztLty I
zY = sf sf1I
I
I
I
1I 1II 1IBaby i
i
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Baby CarriageS and 6oCarts1 6oCarts1Our
Our stock is the most corn cornplete i ip1ete
p1ete and uptodrte in the city ty I IRanging t tRanging
Ranging in m price from
I
250 to 30QO 30QOW 3000OSeS
W B Moses OSeS S OAS OASladeel ns nsfounded
founded t = ai ladeel 18f1 f 15t St Cor11h or 111hr 111hrco 1 i it
t
co
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=
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Houston Tcx 1 1Keystone 1Keystone 1keystone
Keystone IV Ya 1 1Jfcir 1New 1cr
New cr York 1 1TallnlaL 1T 1Tallnlali <
I TallnlaL T l1nIah La 1 INorthern 1Jforthcrn 2 2N
Northern N Loaismna37 Loaismna373It Lou sinnu 3T +
3It It Sf SterlIng erlinff Ky y L 1 f fPntal 1 1Total
Total 19
Houston Tcx TexNew 3 3Jfeir
New Orleans 7 7Atlanta 7Atlanta 7Atlanta
Atlanta Ga 7 73It 7iUt ilit
lit Sterling Ky Ey3Tacon KyMacon Ky3lacon
Macon Ga G 9 9Cincinnati 9Cincinnati 9Cincinnati
Cincinnati Ohio 4 4Baltimore 1Baltimore I IBI
Baltimore BI Umore 6 6Clarkslmr 6Clarksblll1r 6Clarksburg >
Clarkslmr Clarksburg 1f V Va 3 3St 3S1 3St
St Joseph 3To 3IoPueblo 2 2Pselilo i
Pueblo Col I 6 6Pittebnr CPittsburg I
Pittebnr Pittsbnrg 1C 1CElsewhere 16EIsewllcre ICElsewhere
Elsewhere estimated estinatctl10 lOt
eases ca ee d dealing ali with wIt aonoJt t and andasaiDrt offenses offensesagahwt
agahwt th the federal laws were wereupstairs heard hearduastaJra rd rdJ
upstairs Judge J dg Anknm hour the of oforates ¬
fending teDdin ones over ever1W for grand jury action
It I was ia Judge Pafks PII court how however hewever tow tower
ever er that the aftermatti of theand the JIWrdaaa4 Fourth Fourthand
and the Reno ReaoAgIK fignt were seen Tie roe records reeonI roeorb ¬
orb onI will be notable lot the people who whowerent wnoereat w wwerent ho
werent caught ca t as weB ell as those thesewere who whowere wlaowere
were caught CJIK and promptly fined Ded wken wkenarraia wbeDa w warraignefl tea
arraignefl arraia a d today todaytold
Officers told of incipient tDe1P ellt riots riotssmafsired and andsmansised aDdsmaIItdzed err
smansised mobs in vArions parts t tthe rf f fthe fors
the city Perhaps one of tile r rt rtwas N Nwas ters terswas ors
was tended and he po posed d before foft Judge J JR JPugh
Pugh h as the innocent bystander bystanderpassing < <
001 I was R as Jea passing by kedge when
ifs poltcemans grabbed me was the theexplanation theeXIlanatlon th thext e
explanation explanationWashington eXIlanatlonPASTORS ext IauUon IauUonPASTORS
PASTORS WOULD BAR BARPICTURES BARPICTURES
PICTURES OF FIGHT FIGHTWashington
1
Baptists Ask AskDistrict AskDistrict
District Commissioners Commissionersto Commissk > slers slersto
to Take Action ActionContinued ActionCuell ActionCondoned
Continued from First PaeeJ PaeeJthe PaceJtile P Ptie
the probable attitude they u will wptomoerarr wnttoeaorrew willer nnassss e
toeaorrew Hswever I wever er deeaalve action actionwnl ILCtIoaw actionwill ctb °
will w I profcablr be taken at a the session t tmorrow to tomorrow torow ¬
morrow row one of the Cum c Commissioners mission n us I say y ¬
ing that it would be only fair to the themOTing tIaeJIIO thelsovir26
mOTing JIIO ac pkrtrre pIct re syndicates to give ve them theman themn
an early decision dec IIoD so that they would wouldnot wouldpat
not n oi be put to any Ill unnecessary 1m 1mIt expense
It 1 t te expected that a delegation ation ofministers of
ministers Including 1Dd1ld pastors of other a aappear
denominations Uon will appear before the
Commissioners cun IIlleni in person and file verbal
pjotesta It te understood 1IDder tood that the Ba Baother Bar r >
t in Jt JDInIstenJ ors have tile rapport of tOe tOeother
other churches churcb but took the initiative
in order that the question might be beplaced beIIaced
placed squarely uarely before tbe authorities authoritiesapinst
Agitation against the exibttrftioo of
the t he fight pictures has been under way
ha other cities but It Is bettered that
the Washington minister Tired the first firstguns ftl8tguna
guns in the national cnade cn
Following FolloW l8 is a copy of the lette recetved re received recelvd ¬
ceived by the Commtesioaers ComlDhlldoaersrile CtunamlosionersBaptist
Tbe rile Baptist t Ministers Coofernje CoateI x of tti
Washington ana vicinity at its re remeeting regular regularmeeUns replarmeetJag i ular
meeting on June 27 directed Us U Itsearnestly officers officersaxwt otJIcttMOISt ottlatblnetltion
MOISt nm earnestly to request reque t and petition
the Commissioners of the District lnetltionf of ° f
Columbia In the interest of humanity ty I
in general and for the good of oar youth
in particular not to allow the thepicture moving movingpicture IIIariD
picture show sbo to exhibit the picture raovrtgof of ofthe I
the thethe JeffriesJohnson Jetrrie Jobn on fight We are of oftbe o f
the profound conviction that the tI pit pictures pittures ¬
tures of this exhibition of brute force forcewatch 10 10w fowhich rcc
w watch lcb has been outlawed in every State StateIn
In the t e Union except one should notbe notbepermitted not notpermitted be
permitted in the playhouses or anacteons on the thescreens the8Creen
screens acteons of our National 1OaUonalYou Capital CapitalYou CapitaLYou
You are the one who can prevent preventthis preYeltthllr pre prethis ent
this We took to you for protection protectionShall protectionwe IIIVteCtIoILSh
Shall Sh II we have it itTours itYOUnl itroars
Tours in the name of humanity and
in the interest and civilisation cITIntIoDJOFIX clvitisatioaJOHN
JOHN in 1 BRIGGS president presidentJ
HJ J W MANY XA secretary
Efforts to locate the Rev Mr Mror Brigg Briggor Brlgaor >
or the Rev Mr Many this afternoon afternoonor
or to get a further explanation of 0 their theirplans thetpiau theirplats
plans for the crusade were w re unavailing QfteYallln QfteYalllnHoweer
However it Is thought that the t minis ministers mtnisters ¬
ters will go the limit in their efforts effortso e < < orts
o put a ban on the fight pictures in the theDistrict ttreIMstnct theI4strkt
District 1
ff r1 j t
Striking Bargai Bargains s in inStmrner
f
Summer D Dresses DressesSUITS sses 1 1SUITS i I
SUITS St SKIRTS < IRTS and DRESSfS DRISSSGRATLY 1 1 1 1GREA
GREA GRATLY It Y REDUCED RD JC D DThese I IThese
These are more than ordinary bargains for eery e ery item in included inchided ¬ i iduded i
chided was intended to sell 1I for tust hist about double the price offer offered dEered ¬ I Ied i
ed here The savings are unprecedented ard doubly wefcone wefconesince we1conesince wekorxsince i
since they apply to the very things you need for your vacation vacationwardrobe vaationwardrobe vacationwardrobe I
wardrobe wardrobeJust wardrobeJust wardrobeJust
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His Retirement Retirementct1t4 Retirementtamed
1 tamed from froM tt + om First Page Pagefnwt PaPIIert
fnwt 1 IIert lie so handled in the most JM t easeful easefulIn camtnlrtatmer
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In the mini 81 of those anUUar with withthe wIt wIttile withthe
the Administrations anions attitude toward toward MrNewell if Mr MrN r rXewen
Newell N n the COD conectkni of General General Mar Marshall Xaru Marshall ¬
shall u with the department means the thebeginning tileof thebeginning
beginning of the end of Jar NeweiTs NeweiTsreal NewellsrNJ New a aBal
real work on reclamation reclamationlinger Mr Bal Ballinger BalIiDcer
linger has for a long that made ttttle ttttlesecret UttleIIeeIet tittlesecret
secret of his desire to get rid of r the theresent thepn8ent thepresent
present resent director r of the service ant It ItgenenUly ItceaenDy Itb
b President31y generally 31y 31yby thought t that he and lid the thePresident thent thethe
President nt by byto the thethought injection of the array
Into to this branch of the work are 8Ddiq tod toding 11ndN
N ing an easy patb toward handing Mr MrNewell KrNeD MrNewell
Newell his discharge papers papersIt
It t is only a Question que Uoo of time tbneass OM baa hasalready baaaI baaalready
already aI ad been printed in these dispatch dispatchwhen d1alt d1altwhen ben benwhen
when the Reclamation R amadoD Service will willentirely be beentirely beentirely
entirely operated by ann armThis army annThis = engineers engineersThis
This is in D line with Mr Tans Taft belief beliefthat DeIWtbat beilelthat
that it is a good GOd thing tht to make ta are arethese of ofthese cfth
these th le men wherever npsslbie in the theservice tileserriee theservice
service hi the Government He has hashigh a ahigh abicb
high regard nJ for the work the armyn army anD anDglneer en engineer ¬
gineer n has done in the Philippines PD PDand Cuba Cubaand eonand
and simian Panama and he believes that aim aimr
tar r perf performances can be repeated repentedthe to totbe IDthe
the United States proper properMr pJOPtIMr f fMr
Mr Baumger put a astop stop tills tJiIato tillsto morning momtnato morningOf
to the talk of a oogea general al alor re reof <
of his department With Withof I Iof exception ncepttoBof
of ofReclamation what Is tobe to be doDem done in resard regthe ard to tile tileRecIaJnadoD theRedamation
Reclamation Service he does not believe believethat bellevthat belie
that there will be any further shake shakeups ebaJEeups
ups He mentioned alt It the be other bureaus bureausof burea bureaOf bureaof
of the department tbe Indian Bu Buthe Bureau Bureauthe Bure1ltile
the Land Bureau the Patent Office the thePension tilePensIon thePension
Pension Bureau BureauaDd and the Educational EducationalBureau E4ucado E4ucadoBarftua
Bureau as being to the best of ofdirion con condition CODclJtlon ¬
dition and lid under the management of o ex excellent eseelstt ¬
cellent men menAnd meaAM
And the Government Hospital B for rite thoinsane
insane 1 he added with a atlaat laugh Surety Suretythats 8are4theta
theta tlaat all right rightla rlcbt1a
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la Better Spirits SafettsThe SpicitLTIle
The Secretary Seeret ry was m 1ft better I bt eU eUtoday ttsr spirit spirittoday ephitsmany
today than he has bean for f f1DOOt118 formonths many manymonths
months I Istroll He arrived hone e esa I y tookatrof took a a8troII
stroll through tike streets of 0 < < Beverly Beverlyand BetrerIvad
and ad had a look at the ocean It is istrouble not noton aetOD
on record that be even took the thet0 trouble troubleto
to think how easy It would be I e to drown drownMr i iMr 1 1Mr
Mr Ptochot In the depths of Bvertybay Beverly Beverlybay I
bay bayThere
There T is no doubt to lathe the minds mindsthose of ofthose oltiaolle
those thoseT thoseelm doa a to the Adndni Administration A txsdeo txsdeoa that thata tauto
a month or o two ago he was seriously seriouslythinking Y YtJdDJdnc
athinking thinking of signing IE There nenDJ to equally equallyno
no doubt that today to J he has no idea ideaof Ideaof Ideaof
of any such thing thingTo tJdB tJdBTo thingTo < <
To use his own Wn figure of speech speec > he hei b bbaa
baa i a few more snakes to charm and aadthe aD4ioothe andthe
ioothe > the and kill knIALEXANDRIA killALEXANDRIA i iWASHINGTON
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ARE SET FOR TRIAL TRIALW
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Tbs The lIe circuit court Judge P B BThornton T Ts9sa j jft4 I
ft4 Thorntonat Thornton s9sa O pret utuaiding leg opened Its July Julyterm l lterm aly
term termThornton at the court house here thhj morn morntog JDWnIDe 1
tog The Theset docket was CIIJIe4 cattedand and aIad eases caseaset I Iset
set for oIr triaL triaLArgnaaents triallgtls ia1
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Argnaaents lgtls rta A on the aemmrii It n to the thedeclaration thecIeeIara th thdedssatlon
declaration cIeeIara oD were heart In the Ie case of ofWnilam ofWUIIaaa 01Wf1lam
Wnilam Stoaon adintoiatrator admbeiotratera a h v the theSouthern theSOatJIftD
Southern ra Railway Je7 Je7was Oosanany This case caseFairfax C8ewas camw camJe7
w was s brought t from tile cIn8k court of ofFaIrfax 01Fairfax
Fairfax county countyGeorge eomatyGeoqe countyGeorge
George w Hyde died at Us homeSouth home C2 eSouth j
South Patrick street this jsjiniilua Ir Ko Koarrangements NoaJT1UIBemeats N Narrangeinents
arrangements have yet been made for forhis forhis f fhis
his funeralThe funeral funeralThe DaeraLThe
The Young Mens 1Iea Sodality Lyceum Lyceumwin I IWiD j r rwin
win hold a meeting at the hafl hi Duke Dukestreet Duke8tIeet
street this even t Lnmg 1IIc hen many y mat matters matten ¬
ten of laaaortanrr will tome up fo for forconsideration or oroowd4b
consideration considerationbut oowd4b oowd4bB
B E Lee Lee cqa nortfederate y yaRe van
aRe held a meetlna a Lee cp BaD BaDIut
but lastdrveDinS evening eveningAlexandria
Alexandria Couneft < No 5 50 1tiOrdw Fraternal FraternalOftter FratenaIOrae
Oftter A of Amencana AJDenea will give an II ex exeuraloa 8eundoD
curios to Marshall Han l on Friday FridayJuly 1fI1da71u1y
July 9 4 A meeting mee Dg of ofbe this conacO to toOur will wfflbe willbe
be held next Thursday tvtiling ng when a alarpe alan a
large lan class cIast1Jf of candtdatcs caa4ida will be tottl tottlated JaItIated
ated atedThe atedTIle
The members of the tileUce Alexandria AlexandriaUce
Uce department will gfrrfc then ticlice k kexcursisa ana anaexcursion II8MIItl II8MIItlA
excursion A to toto Marshall Hall on m Tuesday
July at atThe SoThe
The July term of the United Untteicircuit UDlteldftUit Uniteddebit Statea
circuit court opened at the thehouse tilehouee cuStom cuStomhre <
house h IndSftiag here ih this morning Judge JudgeISdmuntf S
Edmund Wa WaddUl ldilpniIddhIC i lll presiding Court will willbe
be In session all this week weekThe weekTbe
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No 5 last evening even In < < returned retu
Harrisonburg Ianis nbuIY where they took
in a firemens G t celebration yester ¬
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Jane 30 7 lit to to t be continued for a few days because Lecaa se of o JDD many DOt
being waited upon during the busy days d YS that ended June 30 30Its 30TH O
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Its being 00n Jeamtdtbat learned that red1lt reduced ni d prices too ofiau 06 racaa lowered qmftfy Ytn 1Uipr r v kriKTlbonid Sties sL71a id col 0010Is ¬
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Its also being teamed that the Ftfais f1J F his s Royal while lowering 1owerin prices p ces is Easing CI SiII de t staodard of style stylequality style stvfequality y ySatihdajr
quality finish and fit fit fitSatudaythe fitSatu
Satu Satihdajr Satudaythe ythe the day before u Oie Fourtbwas Fourth was very much the greatest of the season here in
tity of gam ents distributed distn uted and in dollars received for them themlilf themT themTon quan ¬
T Ton onlorroWfor lilf f or Garments at 500 500Beginning 500Beginning
Beginning tomorrow t tom o mo r rrow rrowmorning r o w wmorning Y Ymorning
morning very very err much theE the thebest thebest
E best Dresses and Suits of ofi ofthe
SJ1 I the i season will be offered offeredThe offeredat
rI at the uniform price of 5l 5 5The
l The Lingerie Dress Dresspictured Dr D r es s sp spictured
pictured p ctured here is is one styleAlso style styleAlso styleAlso
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j gray and black dotted with withfigures vithfigures
4 I figures and dots in white whiteNote whiteS
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the threequarter three quarter sleeves sleevesand sleevesand sleevesand
SV and belt of embroidery embroideryNote
4x i Note ote that the waist islined is islined islined
lined with thin lawn Note Notethe Notethe Notethe
1 1 i the overskirt and andpleated andpleated andi
i ti I J I pleated flounce to tothe tothe
1 t I the skirt < t Have Haveone HaveQne Havek
k E S h one one of these thesedresses thesedresses theset
Tfl t dresses tried on onand onand onandyouwill
andyouwill and you will glad gladr gladly gladIy
J I ly exchange your yours yourfive
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Corsets OfS 59c 59 89c 89 and 189 189tandard
Standard MakesRegu1arly Makes Regularly Selling Up to 600 Pair PairThe PairThe P PThe air aire
The e names will tell te you youLa La Premierej Premier Lyra L LTaRaifem rR Redfem dfem La Adria All sizes in one style or an another another anotfKC ¬
other Yes y Yestheres iberes also satisfaction for those requiring brae sizes even in the corsets ts reduced to only only59c only59c
59c Rely upon ua the experts byema beue 1ae and you arc promised bargains i you will be more and more grateful gratefulfor gratefulfee eful efulfoc
for
f fg fCorset
Corset Covers 25c 25cSo
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Some So te trimmed back ba ck and front with fine laces and andembroideries 2IIdembroideries aiaembroideries
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embroideries are worth h as much as 75c 5c Choice for 25c 25cNote 23cNote 5c 5cNote
Note that these bargains barpi s are on their way rr from New NewYork NewYOIk NewYork 9 FS FSjS
York and mdunIeS unless Jyiy fi dY Fourth celebrations interfered interferedwill mterferwill jS i iPlain t
will willbe be en o sale here tomorrow 1t > morrow morning See tabfe f bie oa oafirst ORfirst
first floor near elevator elevatorReduced elevatorReduced S
Reduced to 10c 10cLadfes 1 OC OCl8dies
Ladies Swiss Ribbed Vests and Childrens Qi ens Vests and andPanfc andPE1is +
7 Pct Some Somewere were 25c On first floor floorwith lootwifh with hosiery
200 Waists and Skirts for 89c 89cPlain 8 c cPlain
Plain Tailored and Lingerie Waists some with it Dutch Du ch necks The skirts of white linene l have haveall have1l haveall
all 1l the gr grtjce ce e of expensive mantailored garments Waist sizes of skirts 22 to 30 lengths from f dm 37 3 to 44 44A 44A
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