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2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES MOXDAY MO AY AFGFST 1 1910
ARRANGING RR 1 H FUNERAL FIHEMLt
t OF ot JULIUS ULKE ULKEVeteran ULKEeteran ULKEVeteran
Veteran eteran Land Office 0 ffice Em Employe Employ Employ ¬
ploy to Be Buried in Rock RockCreek RockCreek RockCreek
Creek Cemetery CemeteryJulius
Julius Like Ulkeresident fer nearly sixty rears eUS a aresideat aresident
resident of the District as ad for lertlte lertlteJast time timelast tb
last forty fortynee aD employe e iw tile Land Ol Oltice Office
nee tice here herestreet is dead at ids Mmes I4Il I4Ilstreet I4t I Ui Uistreet
street northwest foOuwlng toIIowtIIcof mm Bines Binesof Yiaessof
of one month monthFuneral mothFuneral th thFuoeral
Funeral arrangements Imu nave not yet yetbeen yetbeen yetbeen
been completed COII but it to probable Po a1MLMe serv services RrVices services ¬
ices will be neid eid at tile house tMnor teasorrow tMnorrow temorrow
row afternoon at 3 oclock Burial will wftlbe wtIIbe willbe
be in Rock Creek Cederyfr Cemetery i iMr
Mr fr Ulke had not been 1 eeD in the bestof best bestof DeKor
of health for more than t a year yearac and andhad andtad
had ac been falling fall rapidly for forutontbs forJOntb8 smote smotemonths
months prior to his actual aec Utaess although at atho I Ithough
though ho he conttoued < Ak < l to attend to his htoduties hladuties hisduties
duties at the office Death came last lastevening JaRe lastevening
evening e eni at ta J oclock With WItJadaa him at atthe atthe atthe
the end ftd were his wife Mrs Helen Buen Buener BueIter Buehler
ler er his daughters uPteni Flora C Clare and andAnna andAnna Del DelAnna
Anna and hte son Julius JuliusMr 4 4Mr JuUusMr
Mr Ulke was a natfe U7e oC Frank Frankenstein Fk Fkstein Frankstein ¬
stein stein Germany and until he hein was waseighteell waseighteen
eighteen yean of age attended cbooI scisootIn cbooIIn
in his native town to Then with his hisbrother hillbroth hisbrother
brother broth Henry an artist later known knownas
as the Painter of Presidents Pr hleltt who whodied whodied windied
died last la t winter in this city he came to toAmerica toAme toAmerkac
America Ame landing at X New w York Here Hereor Herefor j jfor i
for or several years yea he served as a ap apprentice apprer apprer ¬
prentice prer ice to a photographer pbot pber and ater aterwent aterwtnt atawent
went into business B for himself In the thelatter theJatter thelatter
latter fifties be came to Washington Washingtonand W Wand
and opened a large studio 10 here He de devoted devotE devotel ¬
voted votE a great t deal of his time to the theimprovement theimprovement theimprovement
improvement of photography then in inits illits inits
its infancy infnc and he was accredited by bycontemporaries bycontemporaries bycontemporaries
contemporaries with having been large largely Jarey largeis ¬
ly y instrumental in its advancement advancementIn t tIn
In 1S7B he was wa appointed to the Land LandOffice Landorfict LandOftice
Office and had continued in the serv servicf aervicr service
ice of that branch of the Government Governmentservice GovernmentIlelTice Governmentservice
service until his death He was one ofthe of ofthe of1he
the oldest men in the Land Office at atthe at1he atthe
the time of his death and yet up to his hteduties itsIast
1ast i11ne illness s he bad been discharging d h hdut hit hitduties I i
duties dut with the same efficiency that thatmarked thatmarked i imarked
marked his earlier services and andconsidered was wasconsidera j
considered one of the most valuable valuablemen ahaablemen j I
men in the department departmenCAVALRY departmentY I
CAVALRY r OT Y PROTECTS PROTECTSNEK PROTECTSNEGROES it T Tr TNEGROES
NEGROES IN TEXAS TEXASPALKSTEfE I IPAL1STINE
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PALESTINE Texas Aug A I LA A troop troopof troopof
of Stae Sta ° e cavalry arrived II ftd here tins tinsing tillsingll rtmor rtmoring
ing ingll anl anlhere f < aweepinhs U the ceumiry between betweenntri betweenhere
here a aa kil StocnsB to todeath save > ve ae6roe from fromdeath I Ideath
death by infuriated whites whitesThe wt whitesThe t
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The worst of the trouble stcmed to be beover 1 beover > > e eover
over but sporadic outbreaks are arepected expected ex expected ¬
pected for a day or two Sheriff ieriff Black Blacksaid Blacksaid Blacksaid
said this morning JDOrD that the dead ead may maynumber maynumber ay aynumber
number itoty including iDcludta tea whites but butit butit butit
it will be several days before the figures figuresare Ji5UJ Ji5UJare fig en enare
are compiet as many negroes were werekilled wtekiJIed werekilled
killed in the th marshes where here their bodies bodieawill bodiesHill bocVeiII
Hill iII be revealed only onl by the th buzzards buzzardsAdjutant buaanbAdjutant buzzardsAdjutant
Adjutant General Newton is investi investigating InesJgating Investigating ¬
gating chances cba es that several of tile State Statemilitia State111m Statemlitia
militia 111m a joined jo > ted the mob of whites whit and andshot azadshot andshot
shot down defenseless MCgroes
1RICH SEIZED SEEDWashington SEIZEDBY SEIZEDBY
BY INFANT MALADY MALADYVashington MALADYWashington
Washington Ball Player Af Afi Afflicted Afflicted
i flicted by Disease That Puz Puzzles Puzzles Puzzles ¬
zles Medical Men MenContinued MenCoBtiaued MenContinued
Continued from First Ftr t Page Pagepeculiar Plgepeellliar Pagepecaliar
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peculiar and that the ball was delivered denveredte
te a Jerky je y manner SJM alai lad came u1 vr to the thestate tMIIate theplate
state with little of the 1 JIe speed claimed for forhim forWI1ten forhba
him Snorting writers said at the time timethat timetIIat timethat
that he would not Jab long with such a adelivery adelhftJ adeilvery
delivery and It was thought t ht by many manythat JB1IYthat manythat
that his arii ar wse sore on that account accountManager accounter accountKanter
Manager > > er McAleer was afraid to start startHinrtch stIxtHinrich rt rtHinrlch
Hinrtch hi a game and allowed him to toface toface toface
face the major leaguers on but three threeoccasions threetwice threeoccasions
occasions twice when the game p M Mwon was waswon waswon
won and once when the game was well wellha wellhand wellht
ha hand On none of the efforts was wasHmrich waaHInriclt wasHinrieh
Hmrich in any way effective e < < eetlve Later hewas he hewas hewas
was allowed to pitch for an independent JndepeAdeDttea independentteam independentgame
tea team In New J Jersey aDd did DOt wi win hI hIpe Ids Idsgame
game it is probable that Hnwicn Hnwicnwould HIIIridawoal4l Hinfichwould
would have lne been 2Srmed 2 InecI out to some someminor JOID8JIdDor someminor
minor league for a year or so at the end endof endof endof
of this season seasonCsafinas reasonCea
Csafinas Cea tile Diagnosis DiagnosisWMle DiagsesisWhite s sW1d
White W1d the team was home Hmrieh Hmriehhad Hlftriehha4 Hinriehbad
had little work to do He was not notworked notworked
worked as a regular r 1ar and Ms duties at atthe attIae atthe
the nark were small te comparison COIRri oft to tothe tothe
the rcrular numbers see e be era of the teamAbaft team teamAbout teamAboMat
About a week ago he e complained of otb8d a abad abed
bad arm and was sent to the hospital 8o pIta1 pIta1bnaser by byManager byManager
Manager McAleer XcAteerDr
Dr Cox who has been treating trea Dg DIxie LXxleWalker DIxieWalker DimeWalker
Walker another National Na 1onaI pitcher for forinflammatory forhdlalAl forinflammatory
inflammatory hdlalAl tory rheumatism took tgokof charge chargeof
of Hinrich Dr Sterling RufUn Rutl n was wascalled waa5cal1ed wascalled
called in consulation latioo and it was hinted hintedthat hintedibM hintedthxt
that Infantile paralysis was the disease diseaseToday ditIea8eTOOa diseaseTocay
Today TOOa Dr Cox confirmed the report reportAH reportAJ reportAu
AH Exceptional Case CasePassed CasePaaed CasePassed
Passed Assistant A Surgeon SuI OA John F FAnderson FADdenIon FAnderson
Anderson of the Bureau of Public PublicHealth PublicHealth PublicHealth
Health and Marine Hospital Ho pitaI Service Serviceof Senlcewbo Servicewho
who is regarded as a national uoat authority authorityon I
8ft of > the subject of infantile paralysis paralysissaid paralysissaW paralysissaid
said In reference to the affliction of ofHinrich ofHilUicb ofHinrich
Hinrich HinrichThere HilUicbThere HinrichThere
There are very verT few adults who are areafflicted area81icted areafflicted
afflicted with infantile paralysis The
disease dIMa e Is a peculiar one in that it usu usually usually ¬
ally affects a < < ects children under the th age a e of
five years This Tn is an interesting IDtere tlng case caseto casehe
to the he profession pro and it no doubt will
be looked r ron > oa by medical men gen generally eD eDeraJly
erally with great eat interest interestOther InterestOUter interestOther
Other Cases Reported ReportedThree RePKteThree ReportedThree
Three additional ad IttJooaI cases o infantile infantileparalysis infantileparalYJ Infantileparalysis
paralysis paralYJ 8 including iDcIucJlD < < that of Hinrich Hinrichwere Hinrichere Hinrichwere
were ere reported to the Health Depart Department DepartDllJt Department ¬
ment today an investigation of one ntwhich of ofwhich ofwbicb
which may aid in determining to what whatextent whatxtent whatextent
extent the disease te communicable unicable
The patient it is said aid returned re recently reCftItly recently ¬
cently from a visit tsit to Virginia durinwhich during durin
which it slept in the same me bed with a achild aehlld I
child that had recovered from tronaeII8e the tbeease themae
ease This Is accepted by the Health HealthDepartment HealthDepartment
Department as proof that the diseasemay disease diseasemay d dy I
may y be transmitted transmit ed from ran one OD patient patientto
to another although as to the primary primarycaicse prtmaryC
came C 8e of the present p t epidemic the de department Department IepartJDent ¬
partment acknowledges itself to be in inignorance iniIIIoraace inigtmontnce
ignorance While bile the regulations r latlons do donot doDOt donot
not require that cases of infantile pa paralysis patalytds A AraJysI ¬
ralysis be reported the Health Depart Department DeptartJDetlt Department ¬
ment is investigating Inv each case < a8e brought broughtto
to its attention aU4II Oft by the attending at ph Ifi IfidaD eidan i ician
daD
Bftcli Case Is Watched WatchedOfficials WateltedOfficials Watce8Ofdelals
Officials of the contagious disease diseasestructtons di diseaseservice ea8e ea8eJMIVice
service are eDt te tile house with in instructions Itntructons
structtons to obtain a history of 0 the thecase theand thecase
case and ascertain the symptoms and andduration andduration andduration
duration of the tunas Him In each in instance Instance Instace ¬
stance physicians and the members of
Sweet Pure Milk and andWholesome
Wholesome Grain GrainEnter
Enteevert Enter into the composition of T Tevery t
every loaf of Holmes Bread BreadThats 5 5Thats
Thats why i iHOLMES
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HOME eHOMMAD MAD MADMlll J JMIU
Mlll BREAD BREADIs I I IIs
Is the BEST BREAD BAKED BAKEDdelicious BAKEDdelicious
delicious creamy healthgiving healthgivingDelivered healthgivingDelivered
Delivered Direct to the Home Homef
f t esh sh Every Sunrise Sunrise5c
J 5c 3 Loa Loaf 21 T1ckets LOO LOOHOLMES l I IV
HOLMES SON s Is
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WALKOVERS r l I Ilt
lt At the o original ginal prices are the best shoes made in inthe i n nthe
the world va rId At this sale price priceare
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they are tile best values ever everoft r roffered
oft offered The sale comprises COII1prtStsocJds comprisesodds
odds and ends of this seasons seasonsbfst seasonsbest
best styles Jty as wen as a line Jineof lineof
of lasts to be discontinued discontinuedOxf discontinuedOxfords
Oxf Oxfords rds for or Men and at Women WomenThat WomenF
F That Were 350 400 500 500Rrok 500Broken
Rrok Broken > n lin lines added even ver da day at
295 thePair the Pair I II IW
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I W AUOVER i iSHOE t tSI1O
SHOE SHOP SHOPa
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the madly are advised to isolate the thepatient thepatIeat thepatient
patient patientTbe patIeatTIM patiental
TIM Halth H Hthority al Department Is without au authority autherity ¬
thority to pleeard the Houses in which whichthe whichthe whichtb
the tb patients dIeats are confined unless with withtile withthe
the consent of the tenants Health Of Officer 0 0JIeer Offleer ¬
fleer Wo6dward saM today that he hewas bewas hewas
was not assured ae ured that thIS was neces necessary neceAry neceasat7 ¬
sary but he would advise a4 e in all usesthat cases casesthat cSe6that
that hte patient be isolated J and the theutmost theutmo theutmost
utmost utmo t precaution pr autJon be ooaerv ob observ erv id d by byother byothR byother
other members of the family espacially espaciallychildren eSJ esc2dallychildren l Jly Jlychildren
children childrenOA childrenWAR childrenWAR
WAR IS INEVITABLE INEVITABLESAY
OA HY oniMioii rAWIH PAPERS PAPERSXADRID rArrn nAnrnp
SAY SPANISH
On ui nmOn In L 10 10MADRID
MADRID Aug 1 1Clerlcal Clerical newspapers news newsfcpers newspapeon
papers fcpers today joined in a demand that thatand thatXIII thatRtrhg
XIII Rtrhg Alfonso AJfoa o dt dismiss mlss Premier CaTllileja CaroleJesand CaTllilejaaNi
and Ids cabinet declaring that civil civilwar civilwar civilwar
war w Inevitable inevitablunless unlese he does doesTbe doesThe doesThe
The attitude of the clerical pr prthe press Is Isthe isthe
the Most DIO t threatening yet assumed assumedlays It Itlays ItJays
lays the blame for the trouble between betweenthe betweeathe betweenthe
the government and the Vatican on the thepremier tlteprJIIIer thepremier
premier and upbraids the King for fall fallh fll1ft fallin
h 1ft 5 under UIId < < his ministers baneful Influence in influence Irftuence ¬
fluence fluenceDesptte ftuenceDeaptte fluenceDespite
Despite the fact that there are thou thousands thouBand thousands ¬
sands of Catholics ready forcibly to e estet eISlet esIat
stet the governments proposed pro curtail curtailment curti curtailment l lment ¬
ment of the churchs power both Alfonso Alfonsoand AJffn Jnsoand o oand
and his ministers believe the only tniu tniuneeded tiug tiugneeded taiigneeded
needed to bring the Js Issue ue to a a sucewefut svucemnfuteondueon sucewefutconclusion INCCtvlecnelusioa
conclusion Is flrmnoeo on their part partThere partTbere partThere
There is no question tlon but the vast ma majority maJority majortty ¬
jority of the people are with uc usCaneeg ucCanatejas UIICaIIaJejas
Canatejas K 2kI s > M today Spain Sp ln is IJ pro proSrestdre progressive proe
Srestdre e and the government must be besupreme bepreate besupreme
supreme preate With Uh the government govenuRe t the theCortes theCort thefortes
fortes Cort and the army all on one side itseams it itseems ItJletms I
seems idle to talk of civil war warThe warThe I IThe
The situation is not believed however howeverto
to b bE > as serene eer ne as pictured by the pre premier premier premier ¬ I
mier In the Biscayan Bi caan proY provinces M the theCarltet theCarllst theCarnet I I
Carnet movement is spreading prM41ln rapidly rapidlyPretender rapidlyPreteftder rapidlyPretender
Pretender Don Jaimes agents are areopenly areopenly areopenly
openly at w ark rk k there and should thesituation the thesituation thesituation
situation between church and state ate be become become become ¬
come much more acute It is feared thatthe that thatthe thattht
the Cartlsts will precipitate a revolutionZang revolution revolutionKing revolutionKID
King KID < < Alfonso AJfon o shows no weakening weakenl in inhis Inhb5 inhis
his determination to support the anti anticlerk anticl anticlerkzl
clerk cl clerkzl rkd nl cause
r AD DOG AT LARGE LARGESCARE LARGESCARE
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SCARE IN SUiTLANO SUiTLANOAnimal
I Animal Escapes After Biting BitingBoy BitingBoy BitingBoy
Boy and Horse HorseVictim HorseVictimGoes Victim VictimGoes
Goes to Hospital HospitalWASHINQTOJC HospitalA8HDiGlOK HospitalWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Tunas BUREAU BUREAUA BUJtJiiAUAAC08TIA
A AAC08TIA ACOSTIA D C AUGUST 1 1News L LNewIJ LNews
News has been received in Anacestia Anacestiaof Anace tJ tJof
of the ravages ra e of a dog thought to be besuffering beAlIf besuffering
AlIf suffering from rabies near Stnttend StnttendPrince SuttIaItdPrtIIce SuitlandPrince
Prince George county Md MdThe MdTIle bidThe
The dog attacked a boy and a horse horsethe Bontethe horsethe
the latter the property ef a man namedWalker named namedWalker nafttedWalker
Walker and inflicted severe ere injuries injuriesTbe injurleTIM injuriesThe
TIM canine then made Hs escape and to toyet 18yet Isyet
yet at large The boy who was bitten bittenwas DitteRwaa bittenwas
was treated at a Washington Hospital HospitalThe HospitaJnae HospitalThe
The horse developed rabies within wtt la the thetest theJa thelast
test Ja t few days and its condition 1tioB became becamesuch beeameaudI becamesuch
such that it was killed Farmers are areapprehensive areaPlKehen8tve areapprehensive
apprehensive over the malady matedrDuring maladyHenry
I
Henry W Eno a dairyman Good GoodH GoodHtpe
H Htpe < P8 road A Anaoesti dropped upon Ute theStreet
street 7e yesterday terday a canvas bag contain containbig I
big a cheek for iii IS made pa payable 1 Ie to
bUn by George B Whitlock 011 Ute theSavings
Ho te Savings Bank and Del JlL3I bt cash cashDuring
During the illness iame of the Rev Frank FrankI
I L Bardens the pastor of the t e Anacostia AnacostiaBaptist AnacostlaBaptist Anaco tJa
Baptist Church the services will be con conducted conducted ¬
ducted by Newton Wanger w of Washing Wa iUnc ¬
ton who officiated yesterday Mr Bar Bardens Bardens
dens physicians hope he will be able ableto ableto ableto i
to leave his residence in a few days daysHe daysHe daysHe
He will 111 go to Philadelphia to recuper recuperate recuperate recuperate ¬
ate
Private Harry Fletcher a member of ofNo ofNo ofNo
No 15 Fire Engine E Company has gone goneon goneon goneon
on his vacation Private Prh tte te Albert Chace Chaceof
of the same company has returned returnedfrom r returnedfrom turned turnedfrom
from his annual Kave
EMPLOYES SAVE SAVEVALUABLE SAVEVALUABLEPAPERS
VALUABLEPAPERS VALUABLEPAPERSChief VALUABLE PAPERS PAPERSChief P PChief
Chief Clerk Connelly Connell and andAssistant andAssistant
Assistant Have DocumentsRemoved Documents DocumentsRemoved DocuI11entsRemoved
Removed at Fire FireMuttons FireXIUIoRII FireMNifaa
Muttons of documents of tile Inter Interstate JIIter8ate laterMate ¬
state Commerce Ct > mmenx Commission eo eorecor tactadteg tactadtegrecords indudingrecords
records recor of priceless prIc valve vaaee narrowly narrowlyoscaped aarrowtyescaped
e escaped eaped complete eeMpI destruction delltrllC 8Ia 8Iahi yesterdaym yesterday
m the fire 1Ir which broke 1 reke out outROft to C Edisom EdisomMon < mnn mnnstoti
Mon A Cos Co 21 shore ore store on F street stet eet eetJMr et etnear
near the Geological OuJat eo Survey SurveyHad SunrqHad SurveyHad
Had It not been for the acti IIdh1to Ry of ofChief oCCllte ofChief
Chief Clerk WttHam WH Connolly of < < thecommission the thecommission tb tbeonanll
commission eonanll many ny of the records JeCOI would wouldhave weuI4have wouldhave
have been badly damaged by water waterThe watErThe waterThe
The quick work of himself and of J LMurphy L LKpb
Murphy in charge of documents far the thecommission the1utoR thecommission
commission 1utoR under f l e chief deck saved savedthem savedthem ved vedtlMInL
them themWhen themWhen
When Mr Connolly was nottttod end endreached andreached
reached 1 the scene the documents Ch LL were wererapidly weretapidiy
rapidly being flooded by the wale 1 < < r from fromtne fromt fromthe
the t e fire hose which poured through throughfrom tIIrou throughfrom h hhoM
from the first floor of the store into the thebasement th thebaaemet
basement eat where e the documents doehLI are arestored 3estored arestored
stored MrI Mr Connolly called on the diersbal fire firemarshal themarshal
marshal rsbal for f > canvas can to protect the thedocuments thedocuments
documents from water but was nnsOne nnsOneto anb e eto
to get any y His next step was to hire hirea
a number of Italians and lid set them NIa to towork towork
work to move ove the documents ta from the thesouth tbeouth theearth
south end of the building which was wasmost WItSy wasmost
most badly y flooded to another part partwhich partwhich MUt MUtwbtdl
which was dry This was sueceafullyaccomplished successfully successfullyaccomplished IAI Uy UyaccotIIpIltJbed
accomplished with about six inches of ofwattr ofwatr ofwater
water on the floor and large quantities quantitiesrain q1aBtitksralng quantitiesrai
rai rain ralng ing through throu h from overhead overheadWhen ove overheadWhen d dhfn
When hfn operations or raUong were eorapleed complt all allengaged al alengagq alengaged
engaged engagq therein therein including Messrs fosr Con =
noHr and Murphy looked 10 kPd am if they theyhad thenhad eT I Iball
had spent the night in a rainstorm rainstormHM rai rainstormIlse
1
HM commiss eommaln n escaped with Luring LuringM01 bavinsMM r rto
MM to Waea JI o volumes of reports and andrecords aDdftooded acrdrecords
records flooded > vbJch will have to be berebound IterebfJuDcI berebound
rebound None was 555Th destroyed destroyedThe datroyedTbe
Th The e documents in the collection In Include Include Include ¬
clude reports statistics stn utIai utIaifrom and opinionsfrom opinions opinionsfrom
from the time the eomintoalnn eomintoalnndemonstrates eo ooenni fen u was w wpDiaed organized
pDiaed about a ioII ago agoloss TINIr TINIrIo
Io loss s could not have genht 1t n replaced repIecedesperietce replacedThe
The experience Oft yemetniay yelt twe twecIeIDon5trates t tdemonstrates >
demonstrates the fact that thej thejment tile OoYera OoYerametat Oo
met needs a flrenreof buOdtni buOdtnirecords but where wherecau e i ir
records r COIds can be 1 > > e storedsaid stored at < < ed aid Mr Con Connolly ConI ConIDOI17 ¬
nolly nolly1HValuaMe Such a buI btII1cIIIIC Is sbtaply sbtaplya sbtaplybooks India IndiaValuable I IWe
I IVa1uaMe
a We
1HValuaMe Valuable ValuablenoAy book and reesrds5 reew OC fthe ftheby the theGeoioflical 1
Geoioflical I 5un Strve3 were also jeepanllzed jespsrdizedby
by It the fire fireWILL AffWILL fireWILL I
WILL WIFE WIFE OUT TOWN TOWNALBAZY j jAJ I IUBA
AJ ALBAZY UBA > BA2CT Aug ug 1 IThe The State proposes proposesto pr I
to wipe off the map Hawkwsvllle a vil1 vil1lage eli vtllap elilase
lap in OneIda county Ifdeterflhile If the State Statewater Statewater Ito
water supply commissionestablish commission comm eout determines deterflhilethe to toIt toestabIIab
establish a re8ervolr 011 the Blade river riverIt merIt
It te proposed to construct con truct a dam 3J 3Jfeet UI UIteet >
feet high and l 1iM W feet long which whichwould whtchwould
would impound nearly tftMLMMM III 1961f SyIl cubic cubicfeet cubicteet cub cubfeet k
feet of water > r creating a lake five miles mileslong milesIota mileslofts
long Iota < < and two miles mU wide Hawkmsville Ijawktesvillewould Hawkmsvillewould HawldDllvillewould
would be submerged submergedAt lIubmeqedAt submergedAt
At Fountains Elsewhere ElsewhereAsk ElsewhereAsk ElsewhereAsk
Ask for forThe forHORLICKS forCi I
Ci 7 l lThe
HORLICKS HORLICKSI
The Original and G9nuina GsnuinsThe G9nuinaMALTED I I
I MALTED MiLK MiLKThe MiJese
The Fooddrink for All Ages AgesAt AgesAt Ag AgAt ese
At restaurants holds and fountains fotsttainsDe1c foratabsDerous fountainsDeJ
Derous DeJ De1c c us invigorating invi orating and sustaining sustainingKeep sustaDngKeep stagKeep
Keep it on your sideboard at home borneDont homeDor homeDont
Dont Dor travel without iL iLA it itA itA
A quick iunch lu ch prepared in a minute minuteTake minuteTake minuteIIORUCH
Take no imitation Justsay J lustsYn ust say liQRUCKS liQRUCKSn ORUCKSIn S
In n No Combine or Trust
rMID i
Frederick Piano Cos Co a aPianos s Special Offering of New and Used UsedPianos
Pianos Grands and Uprights and PlayerPianos PlayerPianosmoney PlayerPianosPRICES PlayerPianosPRllCS
PRICES THE LOWEST EVERY QUOTED QUOTEDCoal i iCoal
Coal is much cheaper in i n summer than in winter Many people lay in n their winter supply guppy1Ilew now and save quite a bunch of ofRainy ofmoney I
money m y I
yRainy Rainy days are the worst time to buy umbrellas and gum shoes shoesOvercoats shoesOvercoats shoesOvercoats
Overcoats blankets and winter underwear can be 1Jo bought Pt now at z a big saving in price pricePianos pacePianosk JI Ct
Pianoslike Pianos Kfce a coal coalare are not used Std as much m in i i summer as in winter and jet both on be DC faoofjtt bot a A x 1Iir myax iR pre e right ript11OW r rightflow nt ntEvery
flow
Every instrument instru nt offered hi this sale is an example of the wisdom of buying at this tine wfcetber diet f jpfci k vcaey my stmmer szirneruse stmmeruse
use for it or not The prices are cut and cut very deep so as to move them immediately lnmed tdy
There is a reason for everything ttyt and the reason in this case is in simple truth to get rid of fIidJaut48 z4Q about 4Q P Pnwos laos wWck we have ktveexcess
in excess of a proper stock stock1st stocki I
1st 1 stBecause Because we are about to remodel a part of our warerooms warerooms2d warerooms2dBecause vareroomsJ
2d 2dBecause Because our stock is is much to J large too t o carry over ancr and and3dBecause and3dBecause = r V V3d
3d 3dBecause Because our fall stock has been bought and will begin to arrive a1tI arriveabout veab about ut the middle of ofAugust ofAugust ofAugust
August AugustWhen
When you can buy a celebrated make of piano like the KNABE the CHICKERING or c the HARDMAN at ANYTHING ANYTHINGunder ANYTHINGunder ANYTHINGunder
under their fixed retail prices you need not be told you are getting gettin g t bargain it is a sdfevident self mdmt feet feetMany f eL eLMany iMan
Many Man of the pianos offered in this tot are of the rental stock of the Knabe house bought over by this tb s company last fall A
few are new instruments All of them tbm1every every single sin 1e one ODeare are guaranteed guaranteedaccount guaranteedAbout uaranteed uaranteedAbout
About terms The prices quoted on t these Pianos are 50 plainly zero that tile question qt of o original gioal cost is not tate taken into into2CCount intoaccount
account Profit is certainly not thought t t of unless W1 it is the profit of elbow room so to speak which we win gain when 40 Pianos Pianosare Pianoare
are out of here In view of these facts weare we are quoting CASH PRICES and our aim is to turn these Pianos into cash In tbe tbeabsence tbeammce theabsence
absence of profit we do not want the burden of extra bookkeeping collecting co1Iec co kc 5 or orquestion taking t2kin old pianos in trade If aB cash is out of the thequestion thequestion
question we will arrange arran e for a limited credit by charging cbar ng the usual rate of interest 6 per annum on the unpaid portion portionThere portionThere portionThere
There is fittie doubt of this sale bem a go There are always enough wise buyers in this city to take up this limited limitedpianos
Jot of Pianos when such absurd prices are qUoted on standard values V21 ues Therefore we don dont intend to advertise this sale 1a largely y 4 4pianos 40 40pianos
pianos will not justify it it You reader r r who contemplate con emp1ate buying a piano next fall should take due r incite ta ice This Tb is isJODI jour inning
Buy your umbrella umbre when the sun is shining r your y coal in hot weatherr eather e4l ther and your piano right now and I yotfX save s e enoogfc saoaey y on
the latter to pay Pft y for a musical mcIS al1 education ion
UPRIGHTS c T i
Beatty 50 50Braumiller 50Braumiller 50Braumiller
Braumiller r 75 75Davis 75Davis 75Davis
Davis M 60 60Haynes 60Haynes 60Haynes
Haynes 7 85 85Hinze 85Hinze 85Hinze
Hinze 1 100 100Kranich 100Kranich 100Kranich
Kranich 6c Bach e 100Y 100 100Lyon 100Lyon
Lyon Y Healy HealyH 50 50H 50H
H F Miller 100 100Brewster 100Brevster 100Brewster
Brewster I 130I 130 130Foster
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Foster f 155Jesse 155 155Jesse 155Jesse
Jesse French v I e e e 155Knabe 155 155Knabe 155Kn
Knabe Kn a be 10Knabe 190 190Knabe 190Knabe
Knabe i 1 240 240Knabe 24DKnah 240Knabe
Knabe e l j i 275
Peek Son a L 100 100Schiller 100Schiller 100Schiller
Schiller 125 125Schubert 125Schubert 125Schubert
Schubert e > + 140 140Smith 140i I
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Smith Barnes L 125 125Starr 125Starr i iStarr
Starr f e 145 145Stieff 140Stieff I ISti
Stieff Sti eff 140 140Stodart 140Stodart I
Stodart v q y 3 135 135Brewster 135Brewster I
Brewster eH 140Foster 140 140Foster 140Foster j
Foster 150Jesse 150 150Jesse I
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Jesse French r T 135 130Jesse 135Jesse 13iJesse
Jesse French un r 140r 140 140Hardman I
Hardman H rdman r f 160Kingsbury 160 160Kingsbury
Kingsbury rY f fnabs new ar 1 175 175Knabe 175Knabe I
Knabe nabs 285 o i
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KNABE small size ebonized case good gO order orderKNABE 300 I
KNABE parlor grand rosewood case fine fineCHICKERING i 2 350 350CHICKERINC
CHICKERING quarter grand been rented only tU u 485 I I ICHICKERING
CH1CKERING infant grand almost new newKNABE r r 510 510Kt1ABEbaby I IKNABE
KNABE Kt1ABEbaby baby grand In splendid order orderSTEINWAY 325STEINW 325 325STEINWAY
STEINWAY STEINW A Y parlor p rlor grand in good condition c = i 300 300PLA
PLA PLAYERPIANOS PLAYERPIANOSKINCiSBURY VERPIANOS VERPIANOSz z
700 KINGSBURY INNER almost brandnew r + 400
700 BEHNING new instrument 2 400
900 WEBER PIANOLA with metrostyle c < X450 450
950 HARDMAN AUTOTONE the best made used little 800
650 AUTOTONE AUTO TONE a beauty and almost brandnew 495
700 EMERSON ANGELUS never been used 500 500G 500I 500W 500wl
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fixtures xttures office furniture book account accountporation
aJId feasa teae e to premises premiseshor known 88 4ZIc3
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office pfflce furniture also book accounts and andsealed
lease to said 8to stores upon Ute 18110 fenow
bac f term t and CODdttJoDa conaftionskids
Ttat sealed ded bids bI accompanied P8IIIed by byMee athe a
rbIed trust ciledt yam to the order of o
the truatee Mee for or ten p J par tr r centum of the
amount of the
entire bid as asm auaran n
t tee will JI be received ed
oclocc up p to twelve OZ 12
0 noon OR the DtIi day or August 1 1MBfiK
m by the trustee tn tee aTbi at his tScei omc offices Rooms
MBfiK tO6 Colombian umbtaD Bonding Buftd fH 4l M 5th street
northwest < < WashingtonD W n C Xavel
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JS1 Bids m r re < L Fmmo Famous B Clothing Company
Bids may be bevendymade
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vendymade ynnade clothing cJoUJ and f furnishings f1llJdll isidags isidagsuxtures lag8 lag8satures
fixtures In store office furniture book bookaccounts bookaecount8 bookaccounts
accounts and tease to said Jd store or
2 For the entire stock of merchandise me
Jncludi Including men and wgmen womens s readymade readymadeclothing read7madc1othtnb readymadeclothng
clothing and Del furnishings turJd b fixtures office otftceurnlture
furniture and book account tease ex excluded cxcludcd exeluded ¬
eluded eludedAll cludedAH cludcdAn
AH bid will w I be opened op Ded by the trustee trusteeat f
at his offices on the 35th l h day y of ofAuguat August A s
IM at ten t 019 < 1 M oclock a m and bt on
immediately reported to the court e urt for ftronalderation forconsideration
consideration and the creditors and lid all ailparties allpart1e8 allparties
parties interested wW have tore < 5f 5 days dayswithin daySwithin dayswithin
within which bleh to file objections to the theacceptance he hethe beacceptance
acceptance of ally or aU bid WeIll and ad thecot the theJect theourt
cot < ourt hereby reserves es the right to re
Ject any and all bids that tJa nay y be re received recelved ¬
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Said property may y he In inspected eet upon uponapplication uponaDP
application aDP ion to the theany undereigned L trustee trusteehours tnlllteeany trusteeany
any week day between bet hours of ofK 4 4laid
twelve fJ H X f and rvur f 1 P IlL K before beforesaid 1teorew ore
said w d August A IX U m mLCCAS me meLUCAS 1111LtCAS
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Transportation Fourteenth and East EL
Capitol streetsSPECIAL streets streetsSPECIAL atreetaSPECIAL
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Union No 1 of D C Tuesday Aug Aug2nd Augand
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Business of Importance By order of the thepresident thepresideDt thepresident
president GEO W ELLIOTT Rec Sec SecSPECIAL SecSPECIAL SeeSPECIAL
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