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2 I THE W WASHINGTON ASHIN GTON TGIES TruI TI IF EO is S FRIDAY AUGUST AffC ZST 12 1 1910 J10
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MESSAGE FROM DEAD DEMIOFFERED DEADj
j OFFERED IN COURT COURTMrs
Mrs Crowell Produces PleaPurporting Plea PleaPurporting PleaPu
Purporting Pu ing to Be From FromLate FromLate FromLate
Late Husband HusbandOffice Husbandf HusbandOsatthnaet f
0 Osatthnaet If tn PInt Page lIIptke Pageoftloe
Office tke of the Poetoffice PMtodcefIrhkklII Oesmrtmewt OesmrtmewtMent Dopnrtafesrwhich
fIrhkklII which I nudes the Treasury Depart DepartmeDt Departmeat
meat died June J 7 mat Jaat uho0sm so n after his hiscompulsory IaIscompul8ory hiscompulsory
compulsory retirement 18der m der the thel1m1t agelimit age agelimit
limit It was said that grief over overthis oyerthUI overth4A
this retirement hastened e4 his deathSo death deathSo deathSo
So far aa can be learned by 1 y the theheirs tilehelra theheirs
heirs he left no will wOJ and It Is because becauseof beea beeaof
of that fact that the tbeCOMplu complex condi ceudition condition eoadiHon ¬
tion of his estate exists The in introduction 1 1troduetiea Introductioa ¬
troduction of the 0 meaeasje e by the thewidow thewidow thewidow
widow was intended for the jmrpeee jmrpeeeof e eot
of aho shoiriiig that it was wa virtually his hislast hisast hislast
last will and testament and the thepetition tilepetition thepetition
petition to the court wa was to have yo itrecognised it itrecognised Jtreeognilled
recognised as such suchIn 81ICbIn suchIn
In an affidavit presented by 1 y Wil WilHam William j
liam B B Crowell the son he states statesthat tatesthat statesthat
that his stepmother Had iafOT informed ed him himthat bbaht himthat
that ht his father had tried to write hiswill nisi nisiwill Idswill
will a few hours before his death deathbut deaUabut deathbut
but that she could not read what he hewrote bewrot hewrote
wrote and that after his death she betook shetook shetook
took the death scrawl wl to a slate writ writSnsr writing writing
Snsr ing mediumThe medium mediumThe medhulLThe
The name of the medium was wasKtveh wasgtveb wasgtveh
Ktveh as Pierre I L L O Xeeter and hisplace hisplace his hisplace
Keeler
place oC buateea aa TSel > el 1 Fairmont Fairmontstreet Fal18MnIstreet Fairmontstreet
street northwest Dorthw She Sherted asserted that ttutthe daathe thatshe
she he communicated with her dead has hasbajd hgs1t1d busbald
bald and that the medium copied on ontlate ORs ona
s tlate what her dead husband told toWher toldbee toldher
her 0 0P1trpeort
Purpert ei Message f MessageThis e eThis e eThls
This Mteatsage she epre3eed alleged e3c e3cpreased ea eapremed
premed tJ the e will of of ° her husband that uath j jhir
hir h k brother W H H well Cn act actIf as asf ashl
If f adminiatrator It Itat mhw stated that that1a thatt thatr
t 1a had act aside sa 6M L141 for 1 her esrfu esrfusiye exchtsha excbnsivR
siye use u and that he was well satin mvtivKed afled satinlied
Ked with what JIbe he had cone one for him himin hhain himjn
in life lifeOne UteOne lifeOne
One paragraph of tbe thee tbereSeesage tbereSeesagecontains ai temiae temiaecontatas r rcontalDa
contains this thisRuby resarhable staitesot staitesotzegardtug eat eatregardbag
regardbag ue the other world wedd1tulty worldRuby
Ruby mot me I Imany have aeea aeeamany
a
many folD here This Thistiful to Istiful a beautiful beau beautiful ¬
tiful world Is better better than the theSixth theSixth theSixth
Sixth Auditors omce oGIce They cant cantput cantput cantput
put me out here hereRuby 1IereRuby hereRuby
Ruby referred to hi supposed supposedhave u to toJiave to1avt
have 1avt been his daughter who died teayears tea tenyears teaeaJ
years eaJ ago The reference to the theSixth theSixth theSixth
Sixth Auditors once and the dec declaration declaraUon deslataUon ¬
laration They cant put me out CIIIttaccordiD here hereaccording hereaccording
according < to the widow widowb warn regarding regardingiiis reaartU ng nghis
iiis b is compulsory retirement rettr ent from his hisJis hisotftce hisotpco
otftce OR account t of ap shortly U before beforeIns
Ins death deathTh deathThe deathThe
Th The entire meesa message je fa Ia attached to toan toan
an amdavit made by Mrs Cro CroweU the thewidow tIMidow thewidow tot
widow idow and was designated des5natedA patecl Exhibit BxhlbltA ExhibitA t
A in th the case eL8e today The text of ofMrs oCIrs ofMrs
Mrs Crowaiidavlt Croweir amdavlt vlt was wasIt wasHer wasHer
Her AfiM1it AfiM1itIt
It It will be e situ years m is October Octo Octeber Octobet ¬
ber since s nce I married WnUam WilliamCrowell K KCrowell KCrowell
Crowell my deceased Me eceasea eJI hnwiand 111 Dur DurJng Doring nr nrtime
Jng all that time I have been mJth faithPsl mJthas faIttttJI
tJI and true as a wife to toIa said oe oeT dec
c eased Ia tile discharge oC my myr mar marrage
rage T age agei sows aDd aided aidedUn and asstdated asstdatedlu
i lUn lu m Ia every wa wat way y within Jay power pewert
t do doI
F I gave the best years of my y yto life lifeto liceto
to the he end that both of us scald smmldbe smmldberf De Dehappy bee
Husband often spoke spokeo e eO
rf happy Xy
o O tSese these Stags d 3o o me I l bad badmoaey hade d some somemoney
e money and property 7 of mine JIIIiDe a sadalways ana anaco aDd aDdI
= I always eIt free W use k for i tile tileI the
I co comfort ml mlhenever sad plessitare t11 re et INItII c cwbeaoever
r whenever Jt seemed necessary sry to teso mso io iotf fc fcof >
so I kept no account accounttgelid nee 0 ue ueof outmmtusy outmmtusyof tf tfwhenever
of ininel mine I paid out of ofbenefit tgelid t for t c ourmntual ourmntualbenefit IIIUt1IaIbeneftt
benefit and aDdThe pleasure pleasureThe pleasureThe
The day be died or tile the 1 1 1fore 1 efore
fore he called me to tosome 1 H e h had hadsome
some papers in his band He asitiem then thenread tIteRread
read to me what he had written writteaI w wI writtenI itiem
I herewith atach a true copy opyl I have haYeUkell haveems ve veand
taken from the papers heredt heredtmtde heree tand ems
and I nave marked rked 00 A and andit made madereal madeJto
Jto it a part e of my affdavtt
I am the owner to fee apse apsegood of ofgood
good real estate e m In the District of ofColumbia orColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia I own a small farm fannOhio farmOhio m mState
Ohio lid a rice aD4o11 faros lit Ute UteState theState
State of Texas These properties propertiesas jwopertiI
I have managed S aDd controlled controlledsears for foryears
years I am Ie to Ye JIIIclI hood hoodas I
as the court may order m In the prom premmy preIDI
I IHaylJag
I
1 HaylJag avtag respect for Ute dytac ft re request i iqueet
quest el my aDd I wtII wlnmy yjeM 1 1my
my right to administer a Ms estate estatehis
to the brother lie named his dy dyr d y ying I
i ing request W r H H CreweU If Ifthe
etheneise etheneisebelieve I IbeIieY I
the court ss a i req1MlilPo
believe an things oemd LensMeren LensMerenshould It ed d Ji Jibelieve Ihave I I IshOUld
should have thfe jKefeience prerereee of i ap appointment ¬ i iiOiaueat
pointment ° l under ter asctton 23 ze ef the theJ I
J District > code codeObectia codeobjections 1 i io9ject
objections Obectia c Entered EatereiWhen Enteredher E I
When bea Judge Deaa presented ted the 6 6avit raffiadavit
davit avit ot r Crowell die widow and andasked i isked
asked tile court for tile appointment of ofher I Iher
her husbands h sbands brother W H H H HCroweH HCrowell i
CroweH an admmtetratw a Attorney AttorneyHoward At AtHoward AttorssyHoward
Howard Boyd Interposed vigorous ob objections oh ohjedions objeetlons ¬
jections to the recognition uoa of the 0 0ace mes messse m mgate
ace from the dead and produced ll the theaffidavit tileaffidavit theaffdavlt
affidavit of WUHam > a B 1L CroweUf Crowell the thescu Utesen thescu
scu settle fort f that the thewas message messagewas messagewas
was executed by Pierre L L I O Keeler a aSlate aalate astate
Slate writm wrltic ntedtam at atmont OM Frfr Frfrmont F fr frmont
mont street northwest ortII according to to8chnfs sn snadmission a aadmission
admission ion made to Mm by biB step stepmother JMepmother stepmother ¬
mother motherMrs motherIrs motherMrs
Mrs Crowett made no mention UoD of the thesiatc UteU e
mmention mmentionat3davl
at3davle
U slate atc writteg medium medIuasbut te her at3davlslate affidavit affidavitbut atadaYItbut
but dW not deny m Ja ourt that she had hadiommunicated had1m1D1II hadc
iommunicated c 1m1D1II catedn with her dead II IIth husbandthmugh husband husbandthrough
through th h Keeler who professed eell to have haveinterpreted baventfrpreted haveinterpreted
interpreted the scribbed note written by byMr byMr byMr
Mr Crowell a few hours before his htedeath hisd4cath l lwith
death and in addition additonh communicated communicatedwith cMecI cMecIith
with ith h him In the great beyond beyoadJ1ItItict
J1ItItict Curious
Justice I8t Barnard ex expnzssed a curiosity itYto
to see the death scrawl as tt was wascalled wascalled wasJ
called of the dead man and J Judge JudgeDean J1IdgeIHan
Dean produced the letter which was wasutttrly wasuttfrly se
til utttrly illegible lI1e tble < and somewhat sotttrwhI i tattered tatteredI issed
I do not feel that I am bound to toserved tor torecognise
r recognise tt J1IdEe aJJrnard ob ob8fryed oi oiaservcd
served hand handing la it back te Judge J dp DesaJudge Deanv DeanvJudge eaR eaRJudce
Judge Doan the tIIee reada rest < a letter pw pwDorted parOrted purer purerreed
Dorted reed to have been wrRten by byiqt the thead 0cad
spas ad ma man to his brother das askinx h h1tme hbecome hka iqt to tobecome
cad become administrator and a at the thefinancier sat sattime
time that his son n was a poorfinunder poor pJOIl1nander
financier This Tli letter I r was not a rne rnesag mea message measage ¬
sage from the dead but waswritten was waswas written writtena
a few weeks w k before bete Mr CroweUs Cr0 Cr0The was death deathThe 4eathThe
The brother W H H Crowell who whowas whoWOi whous
was in court identified 1denU J the letter letterI
I a statement as to the value of theestate the theestate theestate
estate Attorney tto Boyd declared that epc the thepersonal tilef
f personal rsonal property would exceed 45JM NS NSr ta tavalue illa1ue
value r a1ue and that the real estate con consisting COIIistJDg consisting ¬
sisting of the family home at MM Park Parkroad Parkroad Parkroad
road northwest was worth tOt ot more morethan I Itt
than tt An 42S060 He said there was a more morethan life lifeinsurance I Iinsurance
wasthat thata fe
insurance insurance policy for 000 but butdebts that the thei I Iebts
debts < i bts and the personal property would wouMabout wouldabout wouldabout
about balanceAffidavits balance balanceAffidavits j jAtMa
Affidavits AtMa its presented by the three children chil children chftdren ¬
dren of Mr Crowell who were la court courtset courtt courtset
set t forth that the children would net netoppose Betoppose netoppose
oppose the appointment t of their their uncle uncleW uaeIeW unclew
W H H Crowell Crow U as a administrator adm mrator mratorthey if ifthey Ifthey
they thought it was the tb wish of Jheir Jheirfather Jheirfatiaer theirfather
father but that they tht > y wore contxataea contxataeato
to believe that it was not his wfcsh wi5ILTbetr wb wbTheir wfcshThen
Then objection to the th > appointment e etheir e e1bfoir oftheir
their stepmother was q based ba bagro1JDd8 oa the thegrounds tiergrounds
grounds that she Intends Intf > n s t tn leave the the1ty tItety thecity
city < 1ty ty soon and that the settlement ett1e111e11tthe of ofthe f fthe
the estate would be bamwered bamweredSea hameftidsu hamyerdSon
Sea Saw Slatesp SlatesPet Slates SlatesResi
Pet p mine the messace the son sonVVilliaTn tOII tOIIWUlillm son11Qlhm
VVilliaTn n Orowell rows oen 1 srtatos atN5 in his h affi affidavit aICtrlAvtt alfldavtt ¬
davit that lie snw s w the writing on the theslates thea1ateE theslates
slates as a offered bv the medium mediumKeeler media mediaKekr mediumKeeler
Keeler and that it was not the theo writia writiaof wrstiag wrstiagof
of o bis father Howeacr no other com coinr
r
BOYS BODY IS BROUGHT BROUGHTTO
TO SORROWING SO ROWING PARENTS PARENT P
Mr and Mrs C W Layer LayerLearn LayerLeatn LayerLearn
Learn Details of Sons SonsDeath SonsDeath SonsDeath
Death Death at Camp Campthe c p pTIle
TIle tII tIet8aJ fIl 6e cb cIrcumstaflCe cIrcumstaflCeby ut ce cetwelve
by wfihph Hoard Layer the twelve tweJveyearoM twelvefill twelveyearold
yearoM SMI of Mr a and C Xn Charles CIIrIesw Cbarlesj CbarlesjW
W Layer fIl e JW JWfteM r street northeast 1IOIdaea8tcae northeastsame
same in Ia ills deMIt yeaterday r at CorD CorDP I IHeld
Held Fein P ML XL were were e contained containedletter Ja a atro aTeter
letter frost the Br Brcalved c C S S Curds re receind re reoshved
calved toy the bogys a xfm u thta daIIIlag worm wormThe mornThe
lag lag1te The letter wa waHall was bsSSght t by JiII Ja JaaHail g gBall
Hall of CornfleM Point who whoIB whom aeceeI aeceeIpuaIed
puaIed the little fellow bad badreads
IB part the comranlcation comranlcationfollows oorsrsnialdolfollows lVtWD readS 5 5feD0w8
follows followsDear followsDear
feD0w8Dear Dear Mr lAYer U yoare yoarean you received receivedy
y phone message 1 W r you youare ed edare
are ft ftson twDy aware 0 ut eeatb i wh of your your80ft yourson
son sonjuor 80ft Upward here on onm onaeataat WeMT WeMTJDOIIIIDc y
m juor JDOIIIIDc JDOIIIIDcLeR nine ninegarbled
LeR tbe aeeMIIIt oCtile of the eamur III IIIwtaIeIa iswhich
which he came by bin lath t1eathI becoeme becoemegarbled
writing you the fun f1aDcJetaiIIi funwere
garbled garbleddetaite I 1ft
detaite cJetaiIIiTIle detaiteof
ID a lie pBMof
TIle were
of 8 is aDd aDdBowaId andwas
of ball as was there cufct cufctHoward custom
Howard BowaId was at the batIn bat In uesapt uesapt1ft attesaptvoid tte tteta
ta to avoid a ball which 1aich was wasfeuc ap apJlUeIIUy pa
JlUeIIUy a aaGy aaGyli high and to UN rlidat rlidat1te rf6hte
1te li e sloped tGIt8BbII fohus braa IIIt 0 s his brad bradever
The ball took asudden a asacWeR
tIN plate
sudden suddenover ever curft platen n and out oat mik mikiliac st 1k 1kthe
iliac the tea behind behindThe beh Ddow Ddowthe tile earThe ear earTIte
The camn dee doctor rsoine some oC tIN nelar nelarper Jar Jarboys larger
per boysTan boys Dd nW myself elC r ran f to tow assist assistfin 1 1nta
nta fin but dea death h aweontMtly y y WM WMmeats Ia IaJDeIIt inseats
meats are made on OftM Ahe ih validity aJi of 4fremarkable the theJeBIaItaNe j jremarkable
remarkable document documentIn doctrnmeotIn4eferenee
JeBIaItaNeennce In In4eferenee reference ennce to the property y or his htofather lalol1athef hisfather
father the son says that the real es estate es estate estate ¬
tate was purchased through the yener yenerosity pDerotity generosity
osity of the late Benjamin Butterworth Butterworthwho
who he was the brother of Mr tr T OroweHs OroweHsfirst Orowetlstat s sInt
first wife fe He < also alienee that his hisfather bisfth hisfather
father < and his second wife did not eon1 eon1trmnpc con COIIa contrii
trii trmnpc i e a slupjkr = dollar toward the pur purchase 1Urdta3ie purchase
chase or the permanent aermaee tt improvement of ofthe 01i ethe
the prorerty prorertyBe pr rertT I IBe IHe
Be also asserted that his hisIs stepmother rteomotherto
Is sfartvefcc dxt sit years old and intends to toleave tove toleave
leave ve awn for Onto and for that iUPiiii xJIGt Yeoashould iUPiiiiHe
should not be named as asHe aets ± nlstadX nlstadXHe
He also points 1MIba oat the tact that fate two twosistere twoJlaTe twosibe
sibe sistere s have suooorted themselves state statethe 8IDceue facethe
the sec second < Mid marriage ua rage of his father one oneciinmeiKmc ODeec4lllIIcacRu onecommencing
commencing work at the age ageteen OIl seven MYetIYearS seventeen
teen YearS and the other at t tBAfteJurte the ace eC eCDmteeu ofnineteen
nineteen years yearsAfter yearsAfter
BAfteJurte After Justice Baramrd had heard the thetestimony thete thetestimony
testimony on both sides he declared declaredbe declaredthat declaredbe
that fa his oplDloll inion thecUe the dleresees could coaI4be couldbe
be amicably settled and proposed proposedcompromise Pl0 Pl0COIIIJJIOII a acompromise
compromise by appointing appotn D both the theaud son sonand nonand
and stepmother to administer the Utetate es estate eotate ¬
tate After a brief conference both bo1tkfactioDa bothfactions bo i ifactions
factions concurred In the theand theaNI theand
and there was a general generalof eral ha haof baof
of th the relatives reUtivesIS relathesALDRICH relativesALDR1CH
ALDRICH SLIPS IN INON INON
ON IS THE THEPRESIDENT THEPRESIDENTEarl PRESIDENT P3E1ENTEarly
Earl Early Morning Visit to Taft Taft4o Taftto Taft51t0
4o Talk on Palit PaliBEVERiT Pali PaliBEVKRIT Polir
r t
BEVERLY BEVKRITNelson iu JIC A l 1Seat rNeI80a tor torNelson 1
Nelson W Wyadlt AMMmV on board his steam steamyacht teamyacht
Into latoIy Dover Beverly Doverearly ¬
yacht the OWeBa owJtaupped slipped
ly early today interrupted the Presi Presidential PredI PredIcleDtiaI Preaidendal
dential breakfast and talked perand politics politicsand i irullber
and ° rubber for thtrtyftve minutes minuteswith minuteswith 1Ites 1Iteswith
with the < JMef Executive EXecIItIYe The TIleIsIaJIIt abode KnodeIsland abodeIsinat
Island Senator fooled the tileme newspaper newspaperme newannperhhn
me i laY eowlag before the tIlDe Nt for forhila forhim
him and using a swift launch launchThe His His78clIt Hisyacht
yacht hclllted be ksted her aaebor and sped oat oatthe outof
of the harbor lief before any of the eone eonee eorreapeodeilts
e apeodeilts dlWq could reach her The presi president Pre3ideBt president ¬
dent arranged to see two Cabinet offi officers 001cera oflcers ¬
cers today T TMacVeagh Secretary fIC tile Treasury Tna88ryaeVeach TreasuryxacYeagh
MacVeagh and Postmaster General GeneralHitchcock eraJBJtclIcock GesmalIHtcbcock
Hitchcock The former f is te t atieuss 4IiIIaI6IIace diseudsiimaaee atieusstrendment
ace aDd the Pre P dents policy of re retnnweet re retrend
trendment trend sinent III Oovarnment 011 t expendi expenditures expeedItara expendrtoru ¬
tara toruThe turesThework
taraThe
Thework The work of the tariff board will prob probably IabI7 py pyabiy b ¬
ably be discussed asc iI as wM Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeeerl er erGe
General Hitchcock has a number bel of ofpostmasters ofpostmasters ofpostmasters
postmasters te be appointed aPOO and aIMlwaats also atoowants alsowants
wants to talk ever the Postal Saving SavingBanks SavingBaDbI SavingBanks
Banks situationhaorrow situation situationTomorrow situatIMLw
Tomorrow w Senator XNck of Onto is isto Isto isto
to introduced to the Pi Preddeat isidtiit t Warren WarrenG
G Harding the recently relaa Iy chosen guber gaberatodsl gubernatorial uber uberaatodaJ ¬
natorial candidate of the JtepuMftcanS JtepuMftcanSef lIc wi wifill
ef the Buckeye State StateBELFAST StateBELFAST StateBELFAST
BELFAST VICTIM DIES DIESBBLFAST DIESBIi DIESBELy1ST
BBLFAST BIi LIA Acs Ai E ILMrs Mrs William WDIIautJohn WilliamJohn TBUantJohn
John McCauKhan JIe < 81IJhan who ho was injured InjUTI by byjrancins byfrom byjeansiug
jrancins front the window of a bnnung bnnunghotel 1Iarpiaghotel bertsinghotel
hotel here on JalyjX J July L is d1Ld ad Mrs MrsMcCavxhams Ins MrsMcCattgins
McCavxhams s husband pastor of the theMay theftay theMay
May i treet r et Concrecntloual C AtJoaaI ta Belfast Belfastand tforaHorIy Belfastsad
and formerly pasta of the Third Pres Presbyterian Presbyterian Presbyteriun ¬
byterian Churcfc urrt of Chicago was a vic victim victint vicars ¬
tim of the t same m lire ti and died frees his hisinjuries hisiIIJure hisinssrIes
injuries on July JulyThe T 1y 1yThe 3s 3sThe
The clearbeaded active man manWeaves maIi maIiW BianWeaves
W Weaves eaves brainsInto brains brainslato br ins insInto
Into his daily work workIliis workTills workThis
Tills laeaias meanS daily d waste W ie
Of brain tissue which must be beEeplaced beReplaced beReplaced
Replaced by new materialProper material materialProper materiaIFroper
Proper food foodnecessa foodnecessary foodnecessaryor necessary necessaryEtSs
or this re cnt cntTlUs o iL iLIliis
EtSs is IS lifeTear life lifeTear life I ITear
Tear down to build buildup up better betterGrapeNiits betterGrapeNiats betterGrapeNits
GrapeNiits food containsThe contains eoataiiKThe containsThe
The rebuilding elements of ofWheat ofWheat ofWheat
Wheat and barley and andAt andAt andAt
At the same time requires requiresiLittle requbesLittle reenuresLittle
Little effort on the par partf partfTh part af afThe f fThe
The Th digestive organs organsTo organsTo OrgansTo
To appropriate it itThats itThats r rThats
Thats why GrapeNuts Grp a e Thits food foodHas foodHas foodHas
Has been the mainstayFor mainstaY laaiostayFor mainstaYFat
For lce qJewast east Mast md a d h limchIn limch fnchIn ch chIn
In the daily diet of thousands thousandOf thousandsOf
Of successful Di lal laGsi for years yearsTheres yearsTheres yearseafilmeres
Theres a aBeadthe Son BfcasonBond R SonRead isoll
Read Beadthe the Effie Iitt a book bookfi
fi j 1 Bond tid to WeJlville in inpkgs inPkgs
pkgs
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tantaneous taneo We also AI80n alsoDr sumnaooed sumnaooedDr
Dr LloYd a practicing physician physicianof
of this tla l place and everyth overytblnl overytblnlIIIbJe pea peaelbie
Bible was done to revive r8YIveout him wt wtout wlm wlmoat
out avail Th The boy was beloved 1MIowdall by byall y yall
all all and his death has cast a deepgloom deep deepgloom d tIP tIP8Ioota
gloom over the cn cantTbe ca mo moThe > r rThe
The body of the untJrttmmt UQr boy ar arrived arri arrived ¬
rived ri this morniaig morotn Shortly after afteroclock aft aftocIodL 9 9odtodt
od odhave oclock odtodt The T Ie boat which bore bOrebave Mm shout shooMhave
have reached Tee ehecI Washington at t S31 aD thts thtsmorning thlllJaOCDI1I thismorning
morning but owtoc to delays d anIx W Wsix wait waitsi
six si t boors hue During d g thij t tsecrets ttoM ttoManxious r raad
secrets aad ra Layer tahW at Ute Uteanxious wbasveo wbasveoanxious
anxious to learn more e of the detafls of oftheir ortheir oftheir
their sons aon s death Wbeu the t e T MM MMdid oat fnallxdid finally finallydid
did arrive they were almost exhausted exhaustedfrom eT1IIItedtna ex > aiofed aiofedfrom
from low of steep and anxiety anxietyArrangements amcl amclttI anxietyArrangements
Arrangements ttI are being completed eoIB eoIBMDdIIIc for forsending forloading
sending the body l y to Philadelphia the theFuneral 0rnaer theformer
former home or the Layer family familyFuneral taMl17FaaecaI
Funeral services were held today at 11 lloclock 11oeloek 11o
o oclock at the family W y residence m Ia I Istreet II5treet Istreet
street northeast non The Rev Mr Gutoon Outleoaasdstaat Gutoonassistant 0Da8SI8taBt
assistant rector of the Chore j of the theoOod theoOod theoiJod
oOod 3 Shepherd officiated otftcla l A number numberof JI1I JI1Iof
of Howards comrades attended and the thepallbearers theJ8I1bMrera thepallbearers
pallbearers were choseen een from their theirmunbft theirnumber j jnumber
number numberHoward munbftHoward numberHoward
Howard was a member of m a party of ofthirty ofthirty ofthirty
thirty boys members of the ebon of the theChurch tileClaurcb theChurch
Church of the Good Shepherd who were werespending werespendlnc weresspendinuCorheir
sspendinuCorheir spending their annual outing at t Camp CampBOffeo ya P Pent
> BOffeo ent 0 0 Cornfield nAeid Point Md under ta the thecare tilecare b bcareTof
care careTof of the Rev ev Cornelius S Abbott Abbottthe AbItottrect Abbottthe
the rector of the theT parish parishThe hTbe in in3n
T The boys went into > a mp > p August AubtaMIntending t XI XIintending 1 1iateacIIDg
intending 3n to remain until August 2C In InlEtters Inletters j
letters to Us father the boy enthuj enthujjdasttcally ftttb ftttbatIcay enthualaatlealy
jdasttcally described de the incidents of the theouting tileoudB theouting
outing < dwelling dwel particularly upon theexcellent the theexcellent thet
excellent t facilities available for playing ptaytnbaseball pIaybaaba8ebaJl playingbaseball
baseball The last t of these letters was wasreceived wallbat wasreceived
received but a few hours before the theewg tileDeWB thenews
news ewg of the boys deathMr death deathMr deatIr
Mr Layer says that he te perfee perfectly perfectlyRtMed pertfldb pertfldbtIMIed dy dymtfifed
RtMed that the accident was unavoidable unavoid unavoidable unavoidable ¬
able and will not make furtherJavesd furtherJavesdgadon further f mvestl mvestlgatktn e dptJoa
gatktn ptJoaFUNERAL gadonFUNERAL gatktnFUNERAL
FUNERAL FUNERALRS MED MEDFOKKJ ARRANGEOFOHMRS
FOKKJ RS r J r E FOSTER FOSTERServices FOSTERServices
Services Will Be Held Monday Mon Monday Monda ¬
day da in in Foundry M E EChurch EChurch EChurch
Church ChurchArsameats Churchfor
Arsameats An 1 1 we today completed eGIaJIIeteIlite
for the funeral of 1 Mr J ilea JaJeater Vmv Vmvtor Tssta
tor the noted woman lawyer and re reformer re rewIIo reformer ¬
former who died yoTterday p at at the theGarfleld alaeGeI1IeN theGarfield
Garfield Dint foOewtna following a brief bdettillness briefillnemx kWIn
illness illnemxThe InTIle illnessThe
The geiikiea win be MaftenIeJilt held Monday Moaojafternoon Mondayafternoon
afternoon at the Fmmdrv FundryChureb M MChurch JJ JJC2UIrcb
Church Bfamop Lather B WUaon Wuthe ofthe of ofthe
the Metaodtet Kntocopal Eptac pal Church If Ifduct Itpo ifpuaible
po u COIIIIIt come Ie tide city to toduct cea ceaduct
duct the cecemoniea eer u vie In case he Isunable is isunahJe
unable > to do so the Rev Harry Palm Palmer PaIJDer Palmer ¬ I
er er acting pastor win haft charge eIaarsealated as asslated a aaiated
slated by the Rev Be I Dr > r Su Suniwnlt SuniwnltThe SUlDwaltIhe iwalta iwaltathe
The body win lie in state from fromoclock J Joclock 11 11oclock
oclock Monday until to X in the after afternoon afterDOOB afternoon
noon at the Foundry Church Churehaad and maybe may maybe maybe
be viewed by those who so desire desireThe de8IreThe desireThe
The r following < together t er with two twootters twoottoers twoothers
otters from fro the member ben of the Foundry Foun Foundry Foundry ¬
dry Church will act as honorary pall palllx pallMaftn pallbearers
lx bearers bearersJaMlgo i f i iJudge
MaftnMatlllee
Judge Mawriee D OCennell < Solicitorof Solicitor
of 9 1 the Treasury E Department > Judge JudgeWUlbaa JudjfWll udge udgeuna
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WUlbaa Wll una Ham H DeL De tpey ey o oj the Juvenile JuvenileCourt JuvenileCeart JuvenileCourt
Court Raymond RayMoL I L Crtet t and Herbert HerbertIX He Hert + ert ertft rt I
IX bell The other r two have not yet yetWen yetbeen et eta
Wen a named namedThe
The e eterry burial win he in isnamed O O8k Jt bn tHI Come Cemetery C ¬ 1 1teIy
terry and will be private It is ex expected expeckec x ¬ I
pected that hundreds af Mrs rs Fosters Fosterstriends Fostersfriends
friends and bne beneJhiaries neftlia iarle will attend a EIid the thefuneral th tht1l1lell thefuneral
funeral at the enttreh c enttrehAt kurehAt <
At a ametttng meeunK 01 the officers of th thDistrict the
District of Columbia a Federation of Wo Womens W ¬
mens mea dubs the following fotol resolutions resolutionswere re resolutionswere olutio olutioa4opted
were adopted adoptedThat adoptedThat
That in the death of Mrs J EM Ellpn Ellpno EisenFoster n nFoster
Foster the District of Columbia Fed Federation ¬
o oration of Womens Clubs loses a val valued va vaned ¬
=
ned member whose services wr were ever everat ertrat
at the disposal of the federation and andthe andthe andthe
the good causes ca which enlisted its sup support upHec ¬
port
Her symppathiea j > ini Uile were broad and gen generous generom genomens ¬
omens He H Het labors for the uplifting of ofhumanity ofhG1Dadty ofhcmasity
humanity were unerasing tIetJfl Iac her interest interestla
la the work of women was manifested manifestedaresftes manife manifestedby tro trob7
b7 her facile pen and her eloquent eIoq t addarsses ad adrRe
aresftes aresftesReeoived darssesResolved
rRe Resolved That we deplore her Inee Ineeory Inesand nttI nttIaDd
aDd NJ a mark or respect to II her mess memory
ory th Federation attend the funnal fuorralin
in a body bodyKesolved bodyResolved bodyResolved
Resolved That a copy eop of these reso resolutions IfsoI resolutions ¬
lutions be transmitted to the family fatallyGRESSER familyGRESSER tamIGRESSER
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GRESSER ANSWERS CHARGEALBANY CHARGE CHARGEALBANY CHARGEALBA
ALBANY ALBA TY Aug 12 nThe The answer of ofLawrence ofLaWJe1lC ofLawrence
Lawrence Greaser er President of the theBorough theBorotIIb theBorough
Borough of Queens to the supplemen supplementary SUI Iementary aupplementary ¬
tary charges brought against him by bythe b bthe bythe
the Progress Club of Far Rockaway Rockawayhas
t has been delivered to Governor Hughes HughesAccompanying HugbeAccompanying HughesAccompanying
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or more affidavits denying specific specificcharges fic ficcharges
charges made madeThe madei
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ments have Te ldan ajaen nm nurse to bare Ye Yeerattn a acrating era op opcrating
crating crating surneon coa ivasttaAtly m iy y ia the theors may mayors T Tols
ors room This w nracantiom ea Is taken tak from tfotnaiMpenenflon fNmtat fromatr
aiMpenenflon atr i + ebettfian that the abatIg txrilet wouml weuIIIIlIIItow majr majrshow atarsow
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c nuaitatinc tat an b h immoaiate peeration peerationThere bltenatkJnThne tperatlonThere
There is no sign yet yet Dr I nowd wd ex expUwed explaIDed explalned
pUwed that the wound is to danger of ofinfection 0Infectioo ofInfection
infection When mat Iastclla dressed llllt It appeared anpearedto
to be In a Jiealthy condlttoN and the doc doctors docton doctors ¬
tors are reasonably sure e that mtectMm hrtocdbnw91 mtectMmwai IfttecdlNaw21
wai be avoided avoidedThe aYOideLThe avoidedThe
The patient te comforteJile Je said seMDr sd4Dr saidDr
Dr Dowd as he left the lULL hoapltaLAlways hea lULLAlways hosiIULAlways
Always a 1 tight sleeper the mayors mayorsalumeer 11I71ahuDtNr mayorsslumber
slumber was broken bnt It t he had fewer fewerwakeful tewerwakeful fewerwakeful
wakeful spells than on a the previous previousniffhts pren prenJ1I previousnights
nights J1I in the hospitalThe hospital hospitalThe hoapjtaLTate
The mayors progress Pl08r in twenty twentyson twelttyfour twentyfour
four hours was allow abowa It by 1 a COMpari COMpariof
son of todays first bulletin with that thatlamed thatinned t teel
lamed at TII 73 a m yestordayr yeeteroay ye terday 1 Thelatter The Thelatter TJaelatter
latter showed a temperature of of1S of1M oflei
1M 1S puae P MI Ue 71 7 < < and respiration 17 17against 11galast 17against
against 1M 7t 7 and 1 11 today todaySvrgeea tooaySttra todaySozgeen
Svrgeea Refuses Te N Notice tice Critics CriticsNone C CriticsNone tics ticsNODe
None of the au surgeons connected CODB < ted with withthe withthe withthe
the case today would comment extea extensively exteaI exteaaIveIy ¬
sively I I on criticism of their bulletins bulletinswhich bulleU bulleUwhich bulletinswhich
which bad been heard from prominent prominentsurgeons pronalneatsurgeons prominentsurgeons
surgeons The latter have complained complainedbut
but it is impossible l to tell the mayors mayorscondition mayorsccJfdlUon mayorsco
condition co ditlon with only the knowledge knowledgecontained knoll ledge ledgecoDtained ledgecontained
contained in I the bulletins bilnet1 to go l hv hvrile byThe > v vThe
The bulletins bullett sneak k for them themselves themhes themselves ¬
selves hes was the answer of those of ofMr otMr ofMr
Mr GaynorK doctors who gave ear to tothe totl tothe
the tl statements statementsNone statemetltaNODe statementsNone
None of then the however would go gointo Colato soInto
into the question q of an answering werlR < the thestatements HieatatelDeDta thestatements
statements specifically tn 1 regard j to tothe totlae tothe
the possibility of the bullets bar having haTlJlgaeeted havingafeeted lag lagaffected
affected the mouth mouthCriticism lItOthCriticI8a mouthCriticise
Criticism f S SAeeonllll Specialists SpecialistsAeeordnor Spec hst hstAccording
According to gunshot specialists specialistssuch apedaliatsS1Icb spedalistssuch
such a s wound is of the most danger dangeroux
OaK kind because of the difficulty it itmakes itmakes itmakes
makes te preventing blood poisoning poisoningIt polnIt
It is practically impossible to Ke keep keepit eep eepIt r rit
it dean and if no ill results follow followaccording foil renewaccording
according to the specialist Is It is islargely islargely islargely I
largely a case of accident The Tb u usualcoarse usual usualcourse > ul1 ul1of
course of testament to to let > et the thewound thewound
wound alone in the hope that the thentnenous themucuous ne nernlcuoua
ntnenous membrane will grow ro ovar O o i r it itterming afcnatq t tforming I
terming a protection This woiJd woiJdniake o orid oridmake d da
make a fI it necessary te operate from theother the theother tbeotter
other entrance of the wound woundThe woundThe I
The mayor was slightly irritable this thismorning thllli thllliBIOIDI thismorning
morning because beca e the attendant would wouldnot wou1dDOt wouldnot
not give him all he wanted nted to eat He Heawakened tieawakened I IawakeDed
awakened at i oclock and asked for a asubstantial asubstantial 1
substantial breakfast ast Later he dozedagain dozed dozedagam 4oedapIn
again Again at 7 oclock Mr Oeynor Oeynorawoke Gaynorand
awoke a and asked for breakfast breakfastDectoa breakfastDsctors ut utDectea GaDOrj
Dectoa Are DebghteDr Detightei DetighteiDr
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Dr Dowd conferred with Dr Arlitz Arlitzand ArlitzaDd Ardisand
and then the morning bulletin was is issued Is Iseued issued ¬
sued Dr Dowd wasbeaming as he an ¬ j
nounced H It Turning to the newspaper newspapermen newspaper newspapermen wspapermeat
men he h said sedBoys saidBPs
Boys 711 this to the real good oo I Iam Iam Iam
am delighted Se is everybody everybodyThe
The sectors s statement was passed e4tJae te nthe tethe
the waiting W < crowd outside ou causing refoieIt1g re rejoicing ft ftJoldns ¬
joicing foieIt1gAH JoldnsAJI joicingAH
AH through the night there tb re w4 a acrowd Rcrowd acrowd
crowd about the hospital as there has hasbeen baabMa hasbeen
been since the mayor yor was taken there tbemove tlwuThe thereThe
The WGCk worklpumd cnnnIa bad II boson IJ to tomare
move at ill when the yxmpteal door doorofiened dooropened
opened openedbreath and a ateter a ateppedeut eppecl eat fOr torBverybofly fora
a breath of ale ak Sbo was reGOA reed e I Itile su suthe
tile ateyori nurse nurseJiverybo4y
tileEV8IY1tot1ySJept Bverybofly EV8IY1tot1ySJept Slept B Bc t tie 3f KT4t ans ansTel r rTo
To the qMetkms aa to Mr Gaynors Gaynorscommtoi GayDOlIvw Gayrovscamlmos
camlmos commtoi Ivw she answered answeredn answeredL
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n am the only one in the busnllal bospltaIa busnllalwKe
a wKe rte Ida to the first time moth a athmg abaDDeDed
thmg 4ms la happened atc the mayor maorwas mayortin 1 1was
was brought tin t m f He to asleep rteep Mr MrAnamaon MrLletary MrAAddassaun
Anamaon AAddassaun ato set se Lletary starry Is IsADd asleep asleepand asleepand
and so o to Mrs Gaynor fiven vea thes the thedeotors thed
ton s are an isleea They have havebeen havebeeD havebeen
been sleeping almost aa m atglo ht That Thatshould TbatouJ4 Thatshould
should be a good attn aignConuni 1IIcDCoIa attnCoems
Conuni ioner of Water saectrlefty saectrleftyand
and Gas a Thompson oson was the first ISnttoday vtottor vtottortoday v1dtOrtoday
today to see nix chief On vominjc out outMr oatMr outMr
Mr Tbompsrm n said that Mr Gainer Gaynorlooked GayDorloOked Gaineroo3oei
looked better physically Yal1y than tha on the day dayhe dayhe dayhe
he boarded 1kJrd sd the Kaiser Wnhetm der derGrease derG derGrosse
Grease G His cheeks wore red and he hewas beWItS hewas
was in lively spirits A bandage around aronvdhi aroundhis
hi his neck was toe only outward woUd todttca todttcaTalks 1DdIeatloll hdfeation
tloll of dietTalks diet BJJIeaLTalks
Talks As He Eats Bf Btilltkfut BtilltkfutWeli BrskfastWei aakfaat aakfaatWett
Wett I hav have slept well and I am ameatmg alAeadBc ameating
eating well well Thompson lMIa the mayor yOl yOla aidas said saidaa
aa the commissioner dIaai IIeHe greeted borHe him himHe
He was then I partaking of breakfast breakfaecroasmttejg breaktaM1fI1
roe roasmttejg 1fI1 of GKXM and coffee His wife wttehad wifebad
had nrenared nared the food for r him at MB re request Je request ¬ i
quest She was wa sitting beside Ida bed bedI bedsin i ir
I am oelirht deUttbtta to see you looking 10eIdacbeartY so soheartv sohearts
hearts said Id Mr Thompson ThompsonThe nao naoThe
The mayor turned to hits wife and andasked 11Ieel 34 34asked
asked eel her to rearrange e some flowers flowerswhich ftownswbich flowerswhich
which bad been sent bv Brooklyn admirers admir admirers acbnlrnIL ¬
ers They were on the left side of f the
bed He had them transferred trensC eti to the theztant thedcIat thedebt
debt debtThey ztantTtfey dcIatto They turned to aa xray maenbio e on me roeaieatn mea meapWn
aieatn sold kI the mayor mayorThat mayorT yor yorThat
T That is a wonderful discovery dtocoreryHe ery eryHe
He then talked about the ocray ray for forsome forBt forseine
some time When ben Mr Thompson left leftthe lefttJIe leftthe
the mayor put out his habit and shook shookthat shooktJutt shookthat
that of the commissioner commissionerThinks comrataeionerThinks r rThinks
Thinks Recovery Absolutely A Certain Certaini j
11 I wa was overjoyed at the mayors s ap appeHrance ap apj appe appesraace
peHrance and Mr Thompson TiteIR after atternoseftal afterthe fter ftertM
tM visit Attic he was 0UIISIIGe outside he hehcspltn1 Ur Urtl
noseftal tl wandmr = with Dr Ernst wt jn J JLederic 1Lederie
Lederic and Mr MrAdaJB AdameoR o ogood He He to in ingood Inpe
good phape nape pe pnyBeaIly And I am now nowataofaiterr nowaIIIIIobrteIT nowabsnbitety
ataofaiterr certain ot o his complete complete COIIIIPIeteCOftIJ re recovery
covery t I cant put It l stronger strongerthat s e ethat than thanthat
that thatgeneral thatIt thatIt
It was aJIDOIIDCed tb this morning that I Ic ageneral
general consultation world be held held at S Sp Yp
p p nu m at which whfc the posefMBty poe 111t > of an op operation opdoa oporation ¬
oration doa would again be taken nt ntSOLDIERS V VSOLDIERS upSOLDIERS
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SOLDIERS ARRESTED ARRESTEDCHETBNNE ARRESTEDCHEYJCHNE ARRESTEDCHENNE
CHETBNNE Wyo A Ag gr 12 UNo UNotrace No Notrace Notrace
trace has thus tar been found r ot the thesafe tMlc thesafe
safe which was w stolen from fro the United UnitedStates unit4te UnitedStates
States te Army Ar maneuver camp on Crow CrowCreefc CrowCreek Crowreek
Creek Four members of the guard guardwhich gwardwJdeIt guardwhich
which had the safe in charge have havei ltavapMeed havebeen
i been placed under arrest oa suspicion suspicionof
of having lean in collusion eoUa lOIl with the therobbers tlIebers therobbers
robbers bers who secured iSM 0 in cash cashBUOY cashBUOY cashBUOY
BUOY ISREMOVED ISREMOVEDFor IS REMOVED REMOVEDF
For F c the benefit of Potomac riveraen riveraenthe menneDUte rivermenthe
the Commissioner of the Bureau i of ofLighthouses 0 0IA ofLighthouses
Lighthouses announced today that the thefoot 1Mred thered
red spar buoy in the Potomac e at the thefoot thefoot
foot of Twentyfourth street will be beremoved beremoved beremoved
removed tomorrow on account a of the theregatta theregatta theregatta
regatta fear 4 being expressed expn e that itmight It Itmight ItJDlKlit
might form an obstruction ob to the races racesThe raeesTIte racesThe
The buoy will be replaced Saturday SaturdayGERMAN SaturdayGERMAM SaturdayGERMAN
GERMAN IRON MERGERCOLOGNE MERGER MERGERCOIXX52OS MERGERCOLOGNE
COLOGNE Germany rmanr August Au t 12 l 1Ali 1Alithe All Allthe AUtlH
the German Iron furnaces except threehave three threehave threebaTe
have decided to organise orgD a common commonselling commonIIfIIiJUI commonselling
selling agency for pig iron The com combination comblDation combination ¬
bination will probably take the f form inIIof formof rm rmof
of a syndicate 7DdIC te later
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The garbage can with h its putrefying i contents the cause of ofdisgusting ofrenders
disgusting g odors renders the thew surrounding 5U air air offensive o o1 ensive and nausea nauseating nauseatin ¬
ting tin b e
In the summer garbage gai age J receptactes become a grave ve menace to tobeattfa to1aJtb tohealth
health Heat ids the amtecaoa ion of refuge into a siptster f ftwce + omce to tocause tocause tocause
cause disease dise3seEvery tomEvery diseaseEvery
Every housekeeper honstt should use a solution of C CN N i m in i the thecan garbage garbagecan
can < By y 19 purify it kill Ac odor and repel germcarry germcarrying flies fliesand fliesand fliesn
and insects which breed only hi nn n such decomposed d ed matteiUse matter matterUse matterUse
Use CN in in aB cleaning water in every cleaning operation operationfrom operationfrom operationfrom
from cellar to garret Put in sinks drains toilets cuspidorswherever cuspidors cuspidorswherever cuspidorswherever
wherever germs breed in impure matter In no other way can canyou canyou canyou
you accomplish the pure clean surrounding that jives you the thesense thesense thesense
sense of health security secu ty CN is indispensable in the sid room roomSold momSold
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THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE THEJocWH THEof THEstockholders
stockholders JocWH ljNr of the East Washington
Heights H Traction Railroad Company 0 for forthe forthe
the election of directors and such other otherburial otherbu otherbustiiem
burial bu oac as nay properly come before beforethe beforeUte beforethe
the meeting will be held on Wednesday Wednesdaypony
Aag1wt Aug Augponyinthhee ponyinthhee 17 usa Cthe at t office of the com comJJIUI7 co coBank
pony in the Central C Kattooai Bank BankButkHne Bar BankBatidhkg k kBuUd
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611 S p 1 HI JR C B BIT BLLIARDSecretary H7IIIARD H7IIIARDSecretary T I s RD RDUSTEES
Secretary SecretaryTEUSTEBS SecretaryTLUSTEES
TEUSTEBS USTEES SALE IX BANKRUPTCY BANKRUPTCYof BANKRUPTCYot
of large stock of mea and womens womensreadymade womensreadrma womensreadymade
readymade e clothing and furnishings rurntshlogafixtures 1IrJd t tfixtures
fixtures office furniture book accounts accountsand accountsaad accountsand
and lease to premises e known as d423 3 d4237th = 11f2J 11f2J7th
7th street northwest DOrt we Washington D C CBy C CB CBy
By B virtue of an order of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCoUrt SupremeCourt
Court of the District of Columbia hold holding holdiDg holding ¬
ing 3 Bankruptcy y Court in the matter matterof matterOf matterof
of the famous Clothing company a a copor cor corporation CO COporatloB ¬
por poration bankrupt baakrupBankruptcy Bankruptcy No 671 672t 672for 671the 5fI
the t u undersigned trustee will offer for forabovenamed forsale f fsale
sale saler for r eaah aU 0 of > < the aa of th thboYeaamed the theabovenamed
abovenamed bankrupt company Inost In Indodte Incluctlag
clothtng clothtngand dodte cluctlag n men > en and andclothtng womens s readymadefixtures readymade readymadedothms rea4ymadedothhig
dothms and furnishings 1urnJ fixtures and andoffice andoJiee andoffice
office furniture furniture also book book accounts and andlease 3114le8e andease
lease ease to said stores upon the follow following te following owIng ¬
ing terms and conditions conditionsThat CODClttioDsThat conditionsThat
That Haled bids accompanied by a acertified arcrtiAed accrned
certified check payable to the order of ofthe atUte ofthe
the trustee tru for ten per centum of the theamount theamouDt theamount
amount of the entire bid as a guaran agunrantoe guarantee ¬
tee tee will be received up to twelve twelve 12 12odOck 12 12oclock 12oclock
oclock noon nooa on the 1JUa tn day of An August August3M
3M by the trustee at his offices Rooms RoomsSOS5M Roomti05iM e
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the estate including men and womens womensreadymade womensreadYmade womensreadymade
readymade clothing and furnishingsfixtures furnishings furnishingsfixtures
fixtures in store atoce office furniture book bookaccounts bOOkaceoun boo booa0Ounts
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2 For the entire stock of merchandise merchandiseinducing
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at his offices on the ISth day of August AugustiWW AugustItlO
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immediately reported to the court for tOTcowdderaticD forconside
i consideration conside and the creditors and all allparties allparties allinterested
parties interacted Wit have ye Ave iJ 6j days dayswithin dayswithin
within D which to die objections ob eats to the theacceptance be beacceptance beaccepCaDce
acceptance of any or all bids and the theJect thecourt thehurt
court hereby by re te right to re rejeet re refact
fact any and all bids that may be re received re received received ¬
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