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I l rL 2 THE WASHINGTON WASIIINGTONTIMES TIMES SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 7 1910
agreement a ment is made or not not was the opin ¬
ion of several wellknown dealers whotnlked whotalked who whotalked
talked today todayI odayI
I believe present conditions are stifeh stifehthat stfchthat schthat
that we roust must pay 22 2 cents for a starter starterto starter starterto
to the farmer said A A S S Trundle Trundlenewly Trundlenely Trundlenewly
newly elected chairman of the executive executivecommittee ex8cutive ex8cutivecommittee exocutiveCommittee
committee That means that the high higher ¬
er grade de of Eslllc must sell for M cents centsunless centsunless
unless most of us lose ose money on our ourwinter ornwinter
winter trade It seems to me that t one onepoint onePOint onepomt
point generally nerally overlooked Is that there therecan threcan therecan
can be no absolutely fixed price since sincemilk sincemilk
milk like meat and other edibles va varies
Ties In quality and we naturally must mustask mustuk mustdisk
ask a higher hS her price for milk known to tocontain ton tocontain
contain n a high percentage p of butter butterDEALERS butterDEALERS butterDEALERS
DEALERS DECLARE DECLAREWAR DECLAREWAR DECLAREWAR
WAR TO THE FINISH FINISHCharging FINISHCharging FINISHCharging
Charging that methods in vogue at atthe atthe atthe
the Health Departments Dep rtments office threat threaten ¬
en a a milk famine and declaring that thatofficials thatotrlcIa1s thatofficials
officials In charge of milk Inspection Inspectionare
are by S W V Woodwards own state statement statement statement ¬
ment woefully incompetent the theMilk theMilk theMilk
Milk Dealers Association Ass clation of the Dis District District Dintrict ¬
trict today declared war to the finish finishtm 1inlshontheHeaJth finishon
tm ontheHeaJth the Health Office regime regimeThe regimeThe regimeThe
The dealers claim they have been beenrefused beenrefu8ed beenrefised
refused a hearing before the Commis Commissioners Comndssloners Cozmnissloners ¬
sloners through influence brought broug t to tobear tobear tobear
bear by b the Health Officer though t a apromise apromise apromise
promise of such a hearing was m madepublic made madepublic de depubIIc
public in the newspapers This is one oneinstance oneinstance oneinstance
instance they say In which they have havebeen haVebeen havebeen
been misrepresented through the thepress theress thepress
press ress and efforts have been made to todiscredit todllscredlt todiscredit
discredit the association associationTo a < soclatlonTo
To Fight For Hearing HearingThroubh RearingThrough i iThrough
Through former ormer Secretary A A S STrundle S STrundle SFrundle
Trundle who at his own request wasmade wasmade was wasmade
made chairman of the executive com comznlttee commlttee cornmuittee
znlttee in order to carry on the Seat Seatnotice Aghtnotice fightnotice
notice was served today that the asso oclatlon aseeciatlon i ielation
elation would insist on a hearing or orstart orstart orstart
start a campaign of publicity 1I81101t that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would force orce the Commissioners lo lorecognize lorecognize torecognize
recognize them themMr themMr themMr
Mr Trundles statements follow an anaddress anaddr68s anaddress
address made last Bight at th the Deal Dealers Dealers Dealem ¬
ers em Association meeting which wac
heartily applauded by the members membersand mem1tersand membersand
and Indorsed by President W A Hart Hartranft Hartranft hartranft
ranft ranftThe ranftThe ranftThe
The Health Department in direct directviolation directI directvlqlation
violation tI of law is daily refusing e to
I i ln lne Jn Jn1lnla
issue permits to Maryland a and Vir Virginia Virgluts ¬
gluts farmers and instead is foisting
off on them socalled temporary per permits permits perrimits ¬
mits not n tt < authorized by b any an statute statuteunder statuteunder statuteunder
under tho sun declared Mr Trundle
This procedure the dealer declared declaredwas declaredWaS declaredwas
was driving dozens of the small milk milkproducer milkroducen milkroducer
producer out of business beea1I because e of ofthe
the uncertainty of their being able to toship toship toship
ship milk for any given length of oftime oftime
time after they had arranged for its itsproduction Itsproduction
production productionMflk productionMilk I
productionMilk
Milk Famine Imminent ImminentA
A milk famine is Imminent if ifconditIons seen seenconditions such suchconditions
conditions continue he said said and it itwont Itwont
wont wont take any trust to force the prices pricessky pricesIky pricessky
sky high unless some higher power calls callsa
a halt on the unwarranted procedure at atthe atthe atthe
the Health Department DepartmentProtest DepartmentProtest DepartmentProtest
Protest was also made today against againststatements aslRStstatements againstztatementa
statements given out by the Health
Officer calculated to alarm milk con consumers cons ¬
sumers sumersWhether s s mers mersbether mersWhether
Whether they know it or not not Mr
Trundle said said the Health DeJMLrtment1s Department
Is playing directly Into the bands of the themanufacturers themanufacturers themanufacturers
manufacturers of unwholesome and dele ¬
terious milk powders and condensed condensedmilks condensedmOlaL condensedxiiflks
milks We dont complain because they theyare theyare theyare
are decreasing the demand for milk
We are now selling milk at a Ioe Jo in inorder inol1er inorder
order to keep our customers to th thtime the thAtime thetime
time when the retail prlqe prk e will give ve vesome 118s uss
some s 1ne little profit But we do protest protestagainst pretestaSalnst protestagainst
against the ultimate effect of this rate rateconception mIfcqncepton misc
conception c and the trust busters bustersmight 1MM buoteesuilght
might ght investigate ln estJgate the real combines combineswhich combinesw1l1ch combinesI
I which manufacture these powders aDd aadcompounds aDdcompounds andcompounds
compounds compoundsWhack
Whack At Chief ChiefDeclaring ChiefDeclaring ChieLDeclaring
Declaring Declaring that there was no use usemincing entlndng useimlincing
mincing words in the faee aee of such a acontingency acontlngencyn acontingency
contingency Mr Trabdte last night nightdeclared nightdeclared nightdeclared
declared that what tae milk dealers dealersmust dealersmust 4ealergmust
must fight for or was a practical and aadcompetent adcompetent andcompetent
competent mam at the head of the
Health H tb Department who hadnt too many
theories ries to contend with withWe withVe withWe
We Ve dont want a laboratory chem ¬
ist Ist Mr r Trundle shouted We dont dontwant dontwant dontwant
want a man who vould make before a aconvention aconvention aconvention
convention of farmers the astounding astoundingstatement astoundingstatement I
statement that the hair ought to be becwt DeCJ becut
cwt CJ t off a cows tall so that she could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not fleck dust in the milk paiL Doesnt
he know there Is a Humane Society
C in Washington and in Virginia VI where
he was talking talkingWe talkingWe
We dont want a man who would wouldstand WMlldstand wouldstand
stand up upbeore before cattle raisers rl anti say
that bowel affections of babies were
due to the handling of milk by dealers dealersbecause cka1enbecause dealersbecause
because calves had no such troubles
Does h < know anything at all about the
difficulty of raising calves < on this very veryaccount veryaccount veryaount
account accountWhy accounth aountWhy
Why h when hen Dr Woodward made madethese madethese
these and other equally astounding astoundingstatements l18t nstoumdngstatements UDdtng
statements tat ments at Leesburg recently a body bodyof bodyor bodyof
of farmers got up and left the hall and andcould andcould andcould
could not be Induced to come back
1Y y ANNIVtRSARY SALE SALfGives
Gives Every very Purchaser AH Next Week WeekFiftyfive WeekJ VeekA
A 1 10 0 Discount DiscountFlftyDve
J
Fiftyfive years successful business It is my treat So all next week I am amSrtns ame4ng anigoing
going e4ng to lye them a M per cent discount on every article In stock It is a ama amater ma mater mater
ter of local history that I carry th the larsest tock of Leather Goods Trunks Bags BagsSuit BagsSuIt BagsSuit
Suit Cases kc c in the city dtynot not only the largest assortment but the fines finesgrades fintSradesaD nes nesgradesand
grades radesaD and at th the lowest prices too quality considered consideredHere coDSlderecLHere consideredhere
Here Are Just a Few Items ItemsFrom Itemsfrom
1 > > 0 > i fJ1 f From My Immense Stock StockS
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TAFT WILL SERVE AGAIN AGAINIF AGAINIFVOTERS
IF VOTERS INDORSE HIM HIMPresident HIMPre HIMPresident
President Pre ident Is Not Stepping Aside As de for AnyMan at Present PresentBut PresentBut PresentBut
But Is Content to Saw Wood and Leave It to the theCountry theCountrY theCountry
Country to Decide in 1912
BEVERLY Mass Sept 17 17It If a re renomination renomination renomination
nomination is offered William Howard HowardTaf HowardTaft HowardTaft
Taft Taft t he hewUI will accept It ItFriends it itFriends ItFriends
Friends of > r the President presld nt in Beverly Beverlytoday Beverlytoday Beverlytoday
today deny that t at already alrea y he has ex expressed expressod cxpressed ¬
pressed a willingness to stand aside asidefor asidetor asideior
for Theodore Roosevelt or any other otherman otherman othernan
manLikewise man manLikewise nanLikewise
Likewise these friends say that it Is Isabsurd Isabsurd Isabsurd
absurd at this time to put the Presi President President Prestdent ¬
dent In the light of announcing his hiscandidacy hiscfudldacy hiscandidacy
candidacy for a second term termIn term termIn termIn
In brief if the voters of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States are willing to give e Mr Taft a asecond asecond asecond
second term he is willing to take it itand it itand Itand
and will feel in duty bound to do so soThe soThe soThe
The second term must come as the thecountrys thecountrys thecountrys
countrys Indorsement of his Admln Admlnistration Admlntratlon AdminLstratlon
istration during his first four years in inthe Inthe Inthe
the White 11lte House Unless It comes in inthis inthIs inthis
this manner no campaigning can be bestow bestow bestow ¬
stow it itPresident It ItPrOff1dent itPresident
President Taft declines to discuss discussMr discussMr discussMr
Mr Roosevelt despite the repeated repeatedrumors repeotedrumors repeatedrumors
rumors of a breslc bre k between the two twoThe twoThe twoThe
The Health Departments Defo ents own records recordsshow recordsSROW recordsshow
show Mr Trundle said that an aver average veC veCae er ere
age e of six babies using condensed milk mllKCondensed mlIkdied milkdied
died to one that uses cows milk milkCondensed milkCondensed
Condensed Milk Fatal FatalMr FataLMr FatalMr
Mr Trundle took a a fling at the tuber tuberculin tuberculIn tubercmm ¬
culin culIn cmm test He declared It was only a amatter amatter amatter
matter of time until this will be done doneaway doneaway doneaway
away with withBut withBut withBut
But until that tires he said it itlooks Itlooks Itlooks
looks as if the farmers Jn in J13 this T vicinitY vicinitYare vicinityare H Hare
business Already Alreadyrate AlreadYthey Alreadythey
are to be put out of
they are selling cows for beef to New NewYork NewYork
York buyers ltUyersThe buyersThe
The test is sprea4ilng tuberculosis tuberculosisClmOD tuberculosisnmong
ClmOD the cattle sprglng Th Thtnumnber number o oftuber oftubercular tuber tubercuia
cuia cows Is growln at an aldrmlng aldrmlngrate aIttrmnLnrate
rate And the Health Department is teinoculating islnocu1at1ng isInoculating
inoculating the same animals over and andot andover andover
over against at such a rate that man manot mnauT mnauTot
ot them are immune and the test testcouldnt testcouldnt testcouldnt
couldnt prove pro e whether they had tuber tuberculosis tuber1osIs tuberculo6ls ¬
culosis 1osIs or not notTest notTest notTest
Test Open To Doubt DoubtThe DoubtThe DoubtThe
The worth of the tuberculin tu u1Jn test is istoday istoday Istoday
today open to serious doubt At the re recent re reC yeeast ¬
cent C nt meeting of the IntereatioB Com Comratesion CommRlon Cornmission
mission of Control of Tuberculosis in toDomestic inDomestic InDomestic
Domestic Animals which met at Buf Bufthe Butfalo Buffak
falo New York the test received a abOdy abody
bOdy Now There were gathered thered lead leadJng leadlug
lug MICBtLcto of the United States and andCanAda andCanada
CanAda Dr Jobn B Mohler chief of ofthe ofthe
the Pathological division of the Federal FederalBureau FederalBureau FederalBureau
Bureau of Anluial Industry of Wash Washbureaus Washinbton Washingtos
inbton D c C dozens o of chiefs of State Statebureaus Statebureaus
bureaus and other men of their typej typejmade type typeDIIlde typemade
made up the r eemblage memblageIt eemblageiTwiis blage blageIt >
iTwiis It was AS soon agreed that the coramis coramisskm commlsstoll comumissioti
skm could no at this stage adopt spe specinc spac11k specl1k
cinc resolutions or recommend specific speciacmethods speclftcm specificmethods
methods m thods but a number of general Prop Propositions propositions propositlons ¬
ositions were v e taken up for consideration considerationand conslderatlonute
and on one of these the commission commissionreached commls5lonreached commissionreached
reached a unanimous understanding understandingThat
That was this thJ3Taet thisThat
That Rensrl compulsory tuberculin tuberculintest
test and slaughter Is impractical 1 and aadshouki andshould andshould
should be dropped dro ped from further coasW coasWMr consWeratlon considoration
oration eratlonr orationMr
Mr r Trundle also a quoted qY ted at length lengthfrom lengthfrom lengthfront
from the proceedings of the national nationaltuberculosis nationaltutercukMs
tuberculosis tttrcu convention add last natlon11 spring springat
at t the Kw 1 W Clllard t Hotel In this city cityat cityat cityat
at which Dr Xoch the German scien scientist sclent sclenttlM scl n ntist ¬
tist declared d 1ared tna that human ben bei heists 1Et w couW couWnot c codklnot lkl lklDOC
not contract tuberculosis tu1Krcu1oslsrom from milk and ana
a portion of the delegates supported supportedDr supportedWoodwaid
hi i
Dr r S W W Wooeward i could not be befound becmD befound
found hi n his office this morning mornl It Is febeKeved IsheIievpd Isbelieved
believed he wi mil atakeao Nlkl 0 comment on onthe ORthe onthe
the cfikrpes made by A S Trundle at atthe atthe atthe
the dealers dealersmneeting meeting last night nlphtVICTIMS nhbtVICTIMS nightVICTIMS
VICTIMS IMPROVING IMPROVINGAFTER IMPROVINGAFTER IMPROVINGAFTER
AFTER AERO CRASH CRASHT
Ten T n Injured When Hoxseys Ma Machine l1achine Machine ¬
chine Darts Into IntoMUEKvAUKBE Intor IntoCrowd
r Crowd I IM IMIIA17KEE
MUEKvAUKBE M MIIA17KEE A UKEE Wis Wis Sept 17 l TTJFhe TTJFheten TJe The Theten
ten persons injured here when Archie ArchieHoxsey ArchieHoxsey ArchieHossey I
Hoxsey lost control of his Wright aero aeroptaae aere aereplane aeroplane
plane at the Wisconsin State fair fairgrounds fairgrounds
grounds o JNl and swooped into the crowd crowdare crowdant crowdare I
are reported r ported recovering today None Nonewas Nonewas Nonewas
was seriously hurt hurtHoxs hurtIloxsey
Hoxs I10xsey y made a poor start and when whenabout whenabout whenabout 1
about fifteen feet from the ground the themachine tkemachine themachine
machine darted dart downward Into the thecrowd thecrowd
crowd Hoxsey Hoxse was not Injured I
Trunks Tnmk5eyery every kind kh d you can think thinkof thickof thinkfof i
of fof of f every description dEScr1ptJonour our own ownmake ownmakc ownmake
make Prices range nge from
300 to 3000 3000Oxford 3000Oxford 3000Oxford
Oxford Bags 423 423Sale 423Sale 423Sale
Sale IVjsset RJ et Leather Leatheran aa Ideal Bag Bagan ngin BagLn
an actual OO > value a leader during duringjur durin durinJur
jur ur anniversary sale saleArm saleArm saleArm
Arm Bags 315 315Tlir 315TIll 315r1
TIll r1 very pry latest styles stylenew new creations creationsiti
iti a i genuine en11lne Russet Grain Leather L LeatherIn LeatherInseveral therh therhS In Inseveral
several S ral different shades sb l and sizes sizesAnn sizesArm sizesArm
Arm Bags 450 459Especially 450Especlan 450Especially
Especially reduced for this sale In IBSeal Inal Ineml
Seal eml al Goatskin Morocco and the new newRusset newRus newRusset
Russet Rus t Grain Lesth LKctbff r with fittings nttinpsT fttti fittingsmethin lS lSpmethin
T = i pmethin > methintr entirely new lined inside insidexvith insideilh Insidecith
xvith ilh R REd < Tan and Black Leaihcrs Leaihcrsstunning Lca Lcatmning Lcuhrst4nn1ng
stunning effects effectsSole effectsSole effectsSole
Sole Leather Suit Cases 450 450A
A barter Suit Case C Le couldnt be hac hadndtr hacdr hacider
ndtr dr S509 OO Very strongly made linen ilnenlined ilncninro linened
lined ed TiInch frame frameJAMES framEJAMfS frameJAMS
JAMES S TOPHAIVt TOPHAIVtPioneer
Pioneer Hanufgdnrer of Trunks Travelers TravelersNeeds TravelersHeed TravelersNeeds
Needs and Fine I1n Leather Goods
1219 r i STREET
He has nothing to say as to the report reportthat reporttbat reportthat
that the relationship between Taft Taftaad Taftand Taftand
and Roosevelt is strained to the thebreaking thebreaking thebreaking
breaking point pointthat that the old friend friendship trlendshlJ friendship ¬
ship between the two exists no longer longerJust longerJust longerJust
Just now the President la not caM carapalgntnp caMpalgnlng cainpaigning
palgntnp for another term In the thefirst thetIrst thefirst
first place 1912 is too far distant distantasd distantaJ distanta
asd a it Is too early In the game for forMr forr forMr
Mr r Taft to consider consld T such a course courseIUter courseeither
either wise or necessary In the sec ltecoIld
oIld place President Tat Is on record records
as saying that If he makes good he hewill hewill newill
will be renomlnatsd renomlnatsdIf renomlnatIt
If he falls in the eyes of his country countrymen countrymen countrymen ¬
men the President realizes that he hocannot hecaBnot hecannot
cannot b bl chosen a second time and andh andhe andhe
h he is wining to accept the conse consequences conaeflUences consequences ¬
quences He stands on that ground groundteday groundtcday
today
Mr Taft Ta t Is wasting no time In sigh sighl sighIng sighlag
l lag S and shedding the tear of the croc crocodile crocodile crocodlie ¬
odile as he mourns over the alleged allegedether al1egedobliteration allegedobliteration
obliteration ot himself In favor of an anttter ancther
ether man He H Is not engaged In put putreach putting putting
ting the s second cond term beyond his hisreach hisreach
reach He is content to saw wood woodand woodand woodand
and to leave to the country whether whetheror
or not he Is the nominee for 1923 19I If Itthe Ifthe j
the country wants him he Is willing wlllngand willingand willingand
and ready to serve serveWORLDWIDE serveORLD1DE i
WORLDWIDE SCOPE SCOPEIN
IN PRISON PRISONCONGRESS PRISONCONGRESSDelegates CONGRESS CONGRESSDelegates
Delegates Coming G ming From FromEvery FromEvery FromEvery
Every Civilized Nation of ofthe ofthe
the Globe GlobeEvery GlobeEvery GlobeEvery
Every civilized country and practi practically praetically ¬
cally every commonwealth In the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States will be represented by b some me metheir of oftheir oftheir
their most prominent government of offldate o officlals
fldate and social economists at the theeighth theeighth
eighth International Prison Congress Congresswhich CongreS8whIch Congresswhich
which will open its session in the as assembly as asmbly assemubly ¬
sembly mbly room of New National atlonnl Museum Museumon
on Sunday October s at a 2 oclodc ecIo k In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the afternoon afternoonBecause attecnounDecautle afternoonBecause
Because the congress will meet in tAt tutDistrict tAtDistrict thcDistrict
District upon a special invitation by the theVnited tltel theinited
Vnited l nited States Government the opening openingceruonies o openingcersonlca ftIg ftIgcereonles
ceruonies will be anGer the pre premd1IIeY premd1IIeYor id Mwy Mwyof
of a a representative Jepresenta ve of the Federal Com CkwerrimfBt Govemmfnt Comerxlrnnt
errimfBt errimfBtPresident emmfntPre8lden erxlrnntPresident
President Taft will make the openlag openlagaddress openlagaddre openingaddress
address s of welcome to the delegates and aadvisitors aodl8ttors andvisitors
visitors visitorsThe visitorsThe l8ttorsThe
The sessions of the congress will con continue continue continue ¬
tinue for five days It Is expected tcd that that9W thati4IO thatl
9W l delegates and visitors among whem whemwUI wheMm whenbe5OTe
wUI m besorne be me of the most noted notedSblde Students stadentsof ts tsor
of criralDotosy crir nolo5Y in thr th world The Eng English EDEUsh Englsh ¬
lish and Italian official delegates al alread a1r atresd
read r have reached Washington They TheyC neyare Theyare
are dr 4r Evelyn RuSSle1JBri5e pre president presidentof kleat kleatoC
oC C the prison commission of Whitehall WniteaaiiLondon WhltehaJtlAndon WhitehallLondon
London and Alexander Doria general generaldirector g generaldirector Dera1 Dera1director
director of prisons at t Rome RomeThe RomeThe j
The numbers of those in attendance attendanceupon j t
upon the congress will be swelled by the thedelegates Utedele thedelegates
delegates dele tes and visitors who will remain remainoyer remainover j jover
over In W Washington hington following the clee cleeIwg ckM1Rg eisatug
tug seeeicn n of the American Prison As AsOCIatloft Assedation j jsedation
sedation Convention which meets at atthe atthe j jthe
the WHllard Hotel September 2 and will willcontinue willCODtlnue willcontinue
continue in session for three days TIlls TMsconvention TIllsconyentlon Thisconvention
convention is expected to draw to toWashington toVashiDgtOft toWashington
Washington between 500 and 609 dele defecates deleJates dolesates ¬
cates sates and visitors who will lac lacState I IState incfte incfteState
State commissioners of penal penallions iaeC iaeCtiens I Itloos
lions jail and prison 1 rison wardens wardensothers wardensoU hind hindothers
others othersAt oU othersAt rs rsAt
At the American Prison Association AssociationConvention AssociationConvention ssociaUouCcmven
Convention Ccmven OR there will be discussed onlY ealysuch onlYJlUCh onlysuch
such subjects as apply to the betterment bettermentof
of conditions in the United States along alonqThe alongThe Ioa IoaThe
The subjects to be discussed at the theInternational tbeInternational thernternatsonal
International Congress will be broader broaderin
in Rope and of great importance to the theAmerican UteoDIe1can theAmerican
American organization organizationTHIRD oqaniatlonTHIRD organizationTHIRD
THIRD SISTER DEAD DEADWITHIN DEADWITHIN DEADWITHIN
WITHIN 18 MONTHS MONTHSTVilttam
William lHm Foley director of phy ph physical physicaltraining cal caltminin caltramin
tminin training In the Washington high highschools hl highschools h hhoo1s
schools hoo1s today received word of the thedeath U t5edeath e edeath
death of o his youngest sister Miss dss EHza EHzabeth EIIZ1bdb Uz Uzbeth
beth Foley at a her home at Woodlawnnett Woodlawnneur Woodlawn Woodlawnnear
near Providence R R I IMiss IXss IMiss
Miss Foley Is the third sister of Mr MrKoley Mrole MrFoley
Foley > ole to t > die within a year and a a half halfMr halfMr
Mr Foley Fol left today for Woodlawn toj to toattend toattend
attend the funeral i
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I 1855Sept 201910 20191055th
55th Business Anniversary of ofJames nfJames if ifJames
James S Topham TophamFiftyfive i iFiftyfie
Fiftyfive years ago a young youngroan youngman younglean
roan of 23 3 I came to this city cityand clt cltJlnd cityand
and began business in a small smallway smJIWa smallway
way Wa with a capital of f 75000 OOO I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have continued in the same samebuslwtss samebuslwss samebusiness
business here ever since un uninterruptedly unInterruPtedly unlnterruptedly ¬
interruptedly through thro b four fourjmafcs fourpaIIcs fourpanics
panics payltig p yt1J 100 ents on the thedollar thedollar thedollar
dollar through thrG sh ech one of ofthem oftltem ofthem
them My success I attribute attributein
in t a large desrree d e to the con continued continueft continoed ¬
tinued confidence eonftd nee and patron patronape tmtronaJ patronage
ape aJ of the generous citizens of ofWashington otVashlngton orWashington
Washington and as an evidence evidencenf eide ce cenf
nf my gratitude < 1e I shall offer to toevery tolYtry toevery
every purchaser pUr < has rotanY of any amount amountdurincr amountdurinI amountdurIng
durIng th thp < Anniversary Weekstartlc Weekstarting Week Weekstarting
starting Tuesday September September2fl
2fl A
10 Per Cent Discount Discountand
and in addition thereto a leather leatherSouvenir leatherS leatherSouvenir
Souvenir S uvenir Purse Purseof
of my own invention and manu manufacture manufActure mannfacture ¬
facture on my m Anniversary Day DayTuesday Da3tuesday DayTuesday
Tuesday September 20 20r
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CONFEDERATE VETS DEBDistrict VETSFORM VETSFORM
FORM ORG OBGANIZATION OBGANIZATIONDistrict NllATION NllATIONDistrict
District and Maryland Sol Soldiers Soldiers Soldiers ¬
diers Hold First Session Sessionin
in Annapolis AnnapolisANNAPOLIS AnnapolisA1IolNAPOLIS AnnapolisANNAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS Md Sept 17 17Wlth With en enthusiasm enthuslasm
thuslasm an orgroiization of the Confed Confedorate Confedorate
orate veterans living in Maryland Mary lan and andthe andthe andthe
I the District of Columbia was as launched launchedtoday lau launcitedtoday rChed rChedtoda
i today and the large number of old oldsoldiers oldroldlers oldsoldiers
I soldiers of the stars and nd bars who were werepresent
present with members of o their families familiesand famUlesfriends familiesand I
and friends attended a luncheon and andsupper andsupper
I Isupper
supper at Bouchers near Annapolis AnnapolisPrevious Annapoll8PrevIous AnnapolisPrevious
Previous to the supper there were sev several several soyeral ¬
eral addresses by veterans of the South Southern Southern Southera ¬
ern army and a business session The Theorganization Theorganlzatn Theorganizat
j
i organization organizat n was put upon a firm basis basisand basisand basisand
and is to t Include not only members of otIaryland ofMaryland
Maryland commands but residents of ofthat orI ofthat
I that State and the District of Columbia Columbiawho Columbiawho
who fought under any organization In hithe Inthe inthe
the Confederate Army ArmyProminent ArmyProminent
Prominent in effecting etr tlng the organiza Organization organization
tion was George oorge M Emack camp of ofHyattsvlllfr ofHyattsm ofHyattsvllle
Hyattsvlllfr Md r which contains contal s many manyWa4hingtonlfins manyVaihIngton1llns manyWashingtonians
Washingtonians Commander John F FHIckey FHickey FHickey
HIckey was oue of the speakers speakersA
A large number num of the members members of ofHarry ofHarry ofHarry
Harry Heath Camp of Washington Washingtonwere Washlntonwere
were also present The members of ofKmadc ofEnutck ofhlmack
Kmadc Camp are irom the First Mary Maryland Maryland Maryland ¬
land Cavalry vaJry Other Maryland regi regiments rebiments regiinents ¬
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D CX to transact such business as may
properly come before said meeting and andespecially andespecl1lly andespecially
i especially to consider and approve or orotherwise orotherwIse orotherwise
otherwise act actupon upon the following propo propositions propositions ¬
sitions sitionsI
1 I Shall the Washington Gas Light
C Company continue Its practice hitherto hithertoof hllb to toof
0 of declaring regular quarterly dividends dl ends
t to Its stockholders from Its net earnings earningsat
a at the rate of ten nercentunx per annum
t upon its authorized d capltat apl apita of 260X0001 SZSOO000which
which capitalization was made many
2 years ego GO and does not now adequately
t represent the fair value of the property
of the Company used by It for the bone > >
lIt r of the public under the
> 1 provisions Q om < st
t the Companys charter and Its further furtherpractice furtherpractice furtherpractice
i i practice of declaring dec1arln extra dividends dlvld nds
from Its undivided profits PI1 > OtB or shall it
i in future distribute among its stock ¬
holders In the proportions to which they
are respectively r pect1ely entitled the net annual
earnings of the Company after deduct deductcxpenses
lug from Its gross earnings earnings aU proper
expenses of administration and of the theconduct theconduct theconduct
conduct of Its business busln s and the sums
necessary to pay interest upon Its bonds
and certificates of indebtedness to togetherwith to togethor together ¬
getherwith gethor with an amount sufficient to tocov tocovp tocover
cov cover r depreciation in dividends to an
amount approximating six per centum
upon the fair alr value of the property used
by the said Company for the benefit o or
the public In supplying gas under Its
charter assuming n that the said net earn
logs shal be sufficient to Justify said
tllvluonds dhl onds
2 2 Shall the moneys needed annually
for extensions of the Companys mains
and other expenses cxpcn es generally classed as
betterments be paid out of the earn ¬
ings In Ing of the Company Com y or shall such
moneys hereafter be raised raJs by a bond
issue or issues secured by deed of trust
upon all of th the Companys property
which It is entitled to embrace In such
deed dc d of trust said bonds to be sold for Ol
net less than par and the proceeds
thereof to be applied 3J pUetl exclusively to said
betterments
3 3 Shall the company refund Its out ¬
standing stnrUn bonds nds now bearing ng four per percen cen ct ¬
tum Interest amounting to approximate ¬
ly 600000 In round numbers and also
Its outstanding dividend certificates of
Indebtedness bearing six per p r centum In ¬
terest amounting to 26V 2600000 tJO < wnlch
certin certlftltes ites of Indebtedness are now pay ¬
able at the option of the company by
a new bond issue 18Sue secured I by deed of ofcompaay
trust upon all or the property or the
company con J which it is legally entitled to t
embrace In said deed of trust said
bords bot ds to bear oear Interest at the rate of five nvaper ll fiveper e eper
per centum per annum and to be paya ¬
ble at such tme or times as the said saldsp sp3 sp3ca sprcia
ca cia nifttngof nJ meat < t t ng of the stockholders herein ¬
before called d shall determine upon the thecontents Ul tiCC
ontents C of the said bonds and also of
th the s said deed of trust to be approved
by a meeting n tlng of the directors of the
company com any subsequent to the saidstock
holdErs meeting but In any event to tocontain tocontain tocontain
contain a stipulation waiving the th stat statutory statutory statutoix ¬
utory personal responsibility of each
stockholder for the payment of the said
bonds and expressly stipulating that
holders of the th said bonds snail rely only
upon the security embraced embra In the said
deed of trust Further In the event
that the said stockholders meeting m tlng
shall determine that future otttermenta otttermentastall Dfttetlent3s11i ncterrie ncterriesin1i
stall not be paid out of earnings earnl but butshall butshtll butshall
shall be financed by a bond Issue shall
the Issue of bonds contempJarad contempl U In this thisproposition thisproposition thisproposition
proposition be increased and a1 If I so to towhat tovhat towhat
what amount for or the purpose of financ ¬
ing said betterments required in th thnear the thenear thenear
near future futureIf
If It Is not thought thou ht expedient to re re ¬
fund the sail issue of J26UXXO I of divi
den certificates < rtJ cates of Indebtedness indebted in the thamanner tI1emanner themanner
manner rat hereinbefore provided shall
the said total issue of o dividend ctrrtln ctrrtlncates catUIcates certigcates
cates of indebtedness be paid with inter interest ¬
est to the date of payment bv toe pro proceeds proc procoeds ¬
coeds c ds of the sale in open op n nisrkct n lt1ct for fornot tornot fornot
not less than par of S2txXM n 1IJ 9 of the tnepose thesaid thesaid
said new bondJor or 0 mant nanyof > said
bonds as may be reqtI1redtor required for he pur puroe purpose
pose poseIf oeIf poseIf
If it be not thought thou bt expedient to o sell senthe 2enthe sellthe
the said 52600000 eooOOO face value of the said saidbonds nldnds saidbonds
bonds nds in open market shall sh l so So many manyof manyot manyof
of the stockholders of the company at ata ata ata
a given date as shall avail a aJI themselves themselvesof
of the privilege within a United i1 n1ted time timebe timebe timebe
be entitled to subscribeand nb ribe md pay for the thesaid thesaid thesaid
said bonds at their face value said saidprivilege aldpri saidprivilege
privilege pri negl of subscription and payment paymentto
to be proportional to the holdings holdtn of the therespective theespectlve therespective
respective stockholders Shall said saidprivilege saidprivl1e1e saidprivilege
privilege next hereinbefore referred erred to toapply toapplT toappir
apply also to so much of said new issue issueor
or Issues of bonds as shall be required requiredfor reQn1r reQn1rtor
for linanclcjT financl betterments bettermentsAll
All subordinate propositions 1 em embraced embraced embraced ¬
braced in and pertinent to the said saidmain saldInaJn saidmain
main propositions above stated shall shallto shaJIto shallto
to the necessary extent be considered consideredand co sidred sidredand
and acted upon upo by the said stock stockholders 5tOClholders stockholders ¬
holders meeting meetingAccording meeUnAccordIng umeeUn umeeUnAccording
According to the charter andbylaws andbylawsof and bymws bymwsor
of the th Washington Gas Light Com Company C9m C9mpany Conpan ¬
pany pan only such stockholders are ate allow allowed al1owcd allowed ¬
ed to vote te at any meetiig m of the stock stockholders stockholders stockholders ¬
holders as shall have o neon en holders of ofthe otthe ofthe
the certificates of stock of the said saldCompany saidCompany saidCompany
Company In their own and proper propernarrics propernavies per pernames
names for the period of fourteen rourt days aysprevious daysprevious daysprevious
previous to any stockholders meeting meetingIn meetln meetlnIn
In order that all stockholders may mayhave mThae mayhave
have an opportunity to have h e their stock stockthus stocktbus stockthus
thus registered In the books or the theCompany theCompany theCompany
Company the stock transfer transferbooks books of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Company will be closed closedat at cIo close e of ofbusiness otbusiness ofbusiness
business at 3 p m m on Thursday the the2Sth the29th the29th
29th day of September 1318 and will willremain wlJlremain willremain
remain closed until the close of busi business business bustness ¬
ness at 3 p m on Friday the 14th day dayof dayof dayof
of October 1910 and all holders of stock stockas
as aforesaid who shall be such at the theclose thedose theclose
close of business on said 2Dth th day of ofSeptember orSeptember ofSeptember
September 1910 will be entitled to vote voteat voteat voteat
at the special meeting m tlng of the stock stockholders stoclthoMers stockholders ¬
holders hereby called ca1J l for Friday the the14th tlielUb tile14th
14th day of October 1910 1910The 191OThe jib jibThe
The polls will ts l open trom 12 oclock oclockm
m until 1 oclock p In mRespectfully InRespectfully inRespectfuhlY
Respectfully RespectfullyBOARI RespectfullyIOAJU RespectfuhlYBOARI
BOARI > OF DIRECTORS OF THE THEWASHINGTON THEWASHINGTON THEWASTIINGTON
WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT COM COMPANY COXI COMIANY ¬
PANY PANYBy I IANYBy OY OYB
By B
ByWTDTJAM WILLIAM B ORME Secretary WashIngton WashIngton Wash Washington ¬
ington Gas Light LI l1t Company sel331t sel331tSPECIAL se1zt1tSPECIAL scissitSPEcIAL
SPECIAL ATTENTION ATTENTIONA A nOS nOSA
A bargain seldom seld > m offered horses horsesmares and andares andmares
mares ares m that t have been used all summer in inthe Intbe inthe
the Ice business are In firstclass condi condition condJtloo conifitloa ¬
tion age ages from C to 9 1ears rearj weigh from fromailo
1100 ilo to 1400 each ea h Special S Sp clao l attention Is called calledto calledto cal2edto
to one Tjajr bay team 7 aid S years y old old welch
7400 1 tOO each suitable 8U1 be for coal wagon or o any anyheavy anyheavy ny
heavy hea hAuling and one of the handsomest handsomenyiarotd handsomestlyiarold handsomestTiyearold
Tiyearold combination seddle ddle ddl and driving drivlnrhorses drl drlhorses1n drivinghorses
horses horses1n in the State Is fearless fr Ie of an ob objects ob obje ohjects ¬
jects je u perfectly safe for lady to drfv drl drive has hasbeen hbeen hasbeen
been driven a mile m e In 249 8 also one nice niceblack nleblaclc niceblack
black bt hOrse rethat tiat t a wilt Ill be suitable for grocer grocerbolcher grocerbotcher r rbat
botcher bat her baker mlliman or any general par parpose putpo5e pji pjipose
pose any one thrt Is In need of a horSe feorsacan b horSeesn e ecan
can buy one very cheap as all most be sold lOIA soldA aokiA
A written guarantee rantee for tej e days will be beIven e egiven
given Iven tth th each horse CaJ U my prlrste prlrsteres privatoresldepce
res resldepce residence dei1cr 433 i 6th lit st t S w Take either eithera
a Fourandaialf Fouranc K a Seventh fit t car to toE toNOTICE o oE
E Bet BetIT lit 1 1NOTICE
NOTICE IT iTIcE OF DISSOLUTION OF PART PARTNERSHIP PARrERSHIPTbe PAItrNERSHIPThe ¬
NERSHIP ERSHIPTbe The partnership heretofore heretoforeexisting heretootoexisting heretoforeexisting
existing between James E E Redman and andJames aridJames amidJames
James M Hollo HoUoJ way trading as Redman Redmanand Red Redand Redxpruiand
and Holloway at 91S 9I Louisiana Ave AvcN AveN AveN
N W has this day Sept 12 I 1310 191 been beendissolved beend1sOl beend1so1ve
dissolved d1sOl by mutual consent cons eat All bills billsreceivable JUs JUsrecelmble iin iinreceivable
receivable are to be paid to t James E ERe E ERedman BBedmari
Redman Re min and all bills payable are to tobo tobopard bo bopaid o opaid
paid by him The business bustnesswm will be con continued conttnped continted ¬
tinted by James JUP sE E Redman Redmanunder under tho thoname thonanie thepaine
name nanie of Redmans White Front Market MarketSigned MarketSigned IarketSigned
Signed > JAMESE J IESE BEDi4 REPAN REPANJAMES REJ > ro
JAMES JA M L HOLLOWAT HOLLOWATWEBBING HOLLOAYWEDDING HOLLOWAYWEDDING
WEDDING RECEPTIONS RECEPTIONSFINE RECEPTIONSFINE
FINE CATERING CATERINGBANQUET CATERINGgANQUET CATERINGBANQUET
BANQUET PARLORS PARLOKi
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