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4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 4 1910
IRRIGATION CONGRESS CONGRESSWILL CONGRESSMONDAY
WILL OPEN MONDAY MONDAYDelegates MONDAYelegates
Delegates Arriving in Pueblofor Pueblo Pueblofor Pueblofor
for Five Days Meet MeetINDUSTRIAL 1leeting Meeting ¬
ing ingINDUSTRIALP ingINDUSTRIAL
INDUSTRIAL PAJRADE PAJRADEWILL PARA RADE RADEVILL DE DEWILL
WILL BE FEATURE FEATUREGovernors FEATUREGoVe4nors FEATUREGovernors
Governors Senators Representa Representatives Representatives Representatives ¬
tives and Government Officials OfficialsWill OfficialsWin Officialswill
Will Make Addresses AddressesPUEBLO A AddressesPiJEBLO resses
I IPUEBLO
PUEBLO COL Sept 24 4TIte The hotels hotelsof
of tf this city are becoming ftlied tl te4 with withthe withthe 1 < 1tk 1tkthe I
the delegates and 3 others t rs interested in inthe hitile inthe
the subject of irrigation who are re ar arriving arrIing arriving ¬
riving here from fr all directions to at attend attend attend ¬
tend the eighteenth e hteeath national Jltk Bal Irriga Irrigation lrI1gation irrigation ¬
tion congress C II to be opened here next nextMondajy nextMondv nextionday
Mondajy for a nve live days session sessionThe sea sseae4oeThe ioR ioRThe
The national irrigation irr Uon congress iras irasorganized wasorganized rasorganized
organized in Salt Lake City UtahIn Utah UtahIn Utahin
In 181 and since then has only onlymissed onJymissed onlymissed
missed one year to hold a session sessionIt
It has risen in importance each eachyear eachyear eachyear
year until lntil today it is among aJDOR the t most mostimportant mostImportant mostimportant
important nonoffVeia1 bodies and also alsothe alsothe alsothe
the most influential in the country countryIt
It gave the West t the national recla reclamation reclamation rectamation ¬
mation act that has already re reclaimed recJalmed reclaimed ¬
claimed more than StMM S acres of ofarid orarid ofarid
arid and semiarid land at a cost costof costot costof
of more than ssiiiiiii 5 and with withtwentyfive withtwentyAye withtwentyRve
twentyfive line Government Gove ent projects projectsthe projectsthe projectsthe
the m m48t mist st stupendous of which from an anengineering anengIneering anengineering
engineering standpoint is the famous fa famous famous ¬
mous Gunnison tunnel on the western westernslope wsosternlope westernslope
slope of Colorado ColoradoThe CoIont4loThe ColoradoThe
The congress which will open its itssession itssession Itssession
session at the Mineral Palace next nextMonday nextMonday nestMonday
Monday promises promi es to be the most im important imortant important ¬
portant ortant in the history bistoI of the organi organization fKgDIzatlon organization ¬
zation and it is expected that the theattendance tbeatten theattendance
attendance atten e will break every previous previousrecord predoulrecord previousrecord
record
Irrigation Exhibition ExhibitionThe
The opening exercises in connection connectionWith CORRect CORRectIth connectionwith
With Ith the congress will be held Mon Monday YORday Monday ¬
day morning when the irrigation ex exhibition exhibition exhihition ¬
hibition arranged in connection een tio1 with withthe withthe withthe
the congress co gress will be formally opened openedThere openedThere penedThere
There will also be a monster Jlt D8ter parade paradeof 8r4e 8r4eof
of an industrial character reter partiei partieipated parUelpatoo partietpated
pated in by all the counties and dis districts distntg dietriets ¬
tricts of Colorado and her sister sisterStates sisterStatES sisterStates
States The object Hof of f the parade will willbe wUIbe willbe
be mainly mainI to give ve to the visitors an anIdea 8Bidea asidea
Idea of the benents to agricultureand agricultureandhorticulture agrJcultur and aadhorticulture andhorticulture
horticulture derived from irrigation irrigationThe irrigationThe irrigationThe
The opening session of the congress congresswill congressIll congresswill
will Ill be held at Mineral Palace on Mon Monday MORdayafterDOOR Menday ¬
day dayafterDOOR afternoon B Insrager lJU Dg of Spokane Spokanechairman SpokaRehairDNUi Spokanechairman
chairman of the Colorado board of ofcontrol orcontroL ofcontrol
control After a few e brief addreeaesand addresses addressesand acJdree es esand
and music the meeting wtee ag win be given givenInto giveninto giveninto
Into the hands of the president of the thecongress t thecongress e econgress
congress B A Fowler F of Phoenix PhoenteAriz PboeDtxArlz PhoenixAriz
Ariz ArizGov ArlzGov ArizGov
Gov John F Shafroth of Colorado ColoradowiV CoIorac1oVii1l ColoradoRill
Rill welcome the visitors and delegates delegatesof
to the State aDd A L Fugard mayor mayoror mayorof
of Pueblo will extend a welcome in be
half of the city of Pueblo President
Fowler will respond in behalf of the
National Irrigation Congress and if
time permits Pueblowill former Governor Alva
Adams of Pueblo will In deliver an ad1 ad1dress ad address address
dress on n Conquest Conquest Conservation Col Colorado CoIorado Colorado ¬
orado The report of the executive executivecommittee executivecommittee executivecommittee
committee and of the committee on an announcements announcements announcements ¬
nouncements will include the opening openingsession openingsession openingsession
session IH the evening the Iocs local oat board boardof bOardof boardof
of control will entertain the delegates delegatesand d delegatesand tes tesand
and visitors at an informal informalOne reception receptionOne receptIoROne
One of the notable features of thesession the thesession thesession
session on Tuesday T e8day will be addresses on onPrivate onPrivate onPrivate
Private Enterprise Ente in Irrigation Irrl tlon by bysuch bysuch bysuch
such wellknown experts as Frank C Co CoGDudy
Goudy of Colorado Dr George C Par Pardee Pardee Pardee
dee former governor ernor of California CaliforniaGeorge CaliforniaGeorge CaliforniaGeorge
George E Barstow of Texas and Xaj
R W l v Young You of Utah second vice ricepresident vicepresident Yieepresident
president of the congress congressSeaater congressSeaater congressSeaater
Seaater Newlands to Talk TalkPublic TalkPublic I IPublic
Public Irrigation I t Oll will be discussed discussedby dltN dltNby
by representatives e of the Department of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Interior and men prominent in the thedevelopment thedevelopment thedevelopment
development of public irrigation Ir such as asSenator asSenator asSenator
Senator Francis G Xewiands of Xe Xevada Xevada Nevada
vada J T Sf Carey former Senator Se tor from fromWyoming fromWyomi frontWyoming
Wyoming Wyomi Senator William illiam E Borah Borahfrom Borahfrom Bombfrom
from Idaho and several others At the theevening theevening theevening
evening session William E Smythe the thefather thefather thefather
father of the Irrigation Congress C e s will willdeliver willdeliver willdeliver
deliver an address a dre s on The New Gospel GospelA GospelA
A A Little Land LandA A Little Living There Therewill Tbeewill Therewill
will also be an Illustrated lllu trated lecture on ir irrigation irngatlon irrigation ¬
rigation rigationWednesdays ngatlonVedne rigationWednesdays
Wednesdays Vedne days sessions will mainly be
devoted to the consideration and discus discussion discussion discussion ¬
sion of drainage negation agriculture agricultureand a lture ltureand
and industrial conditions The list of ofspeakers orspeakers ofspeakers
speakers includes several distinguished distinguishedauthorities distinguishedauthorlties distinguishedauthorities
authorities on these subjects In the theevening theeening theevening
evening there will be another parade
The sessions on Thursday will be de devoted deTOed denoted ¬
voted to the considerations of 0 questions quesdollsjntlmately
intimately connected with water and its itsuses
uses ses for irrigation and navigation and andto andto ad I
to the discussion of general policies and
legislation Senators Hughes and Gug Guggenheim Guggenheim ¬
genheim and Representative Martin of ofColorado ofColorado ofColorado
Colorado will be among the speakers speakersOn
On Friday Frida a business meeting will be
held at which the permanent officers for forthe forthe forthe
the ye year r will be elected and the place placefixed placefixed i
fixed for next years session of the con congress congress ¬ 1 1ess
gress ess San Francisco Chicago Chlca < < o Charles CharlesKansas Charlesog Charleston
ton og St Louis Milwaukee Roc Rochester RochesterKansas e8ter e8terKansas
Kansas City St Louis and Fort Worth Worthwill Worthwill VrthVilli
will enter the contest for capturing next aextyears DeO DeOYears nextyears
years congress congressBABIES congressBABIES congressBABIES
BABIES TO PARADE PARADEAT
AT SCHOOL PICNIC PICNICOne
One of Features Arranged for Days DaysRomp DaysRomp DaysRomp
Romp on Play Playgrounds
l
grounds groundsto groundsPupils groundsPupils
Pupils ol twelVe sclN schools oIIJ were invited invitedto tvtted tvttedto
to a picnic llieftie to be held today beginning beginningat 1tegia tDb tDbat
at 14 oclock and continuing eontiBui l until evening even evening evenIng ¬
ing at the Xew York avenue play playground playground JhLyground ¬
ground Ftest street northwest Miss MissOlivia JlItssOlivia MissOlivia
Olivia V Baker has a personal direction directionof
of the affairAthletic affair affairAthletic alralrAthlede
Athletic contests coate t and a series series of Are nreEide Areride lireside
ride games are features arranged rr The Theschools Theschools Theschools
schools to be represented on the ground groundare fIoundare
are the Gales Soaion Blake JSmory iSmoryLangdon JSmoryLangdon Kn ory oryLangdon
Langdon Morse Henry Abbott A tt Twining Twin Twining Twining ¬
ing Poke St Marys Notre Dame and andGonzaga aDdGon andGonzaga
Gon GonAt Gonzaga GonzagaAt
At 439 4 1 this afternoon aft < mooR a playlet en entitled eRtitled entitled ¬
titled Sleeping SIeep Beauty will be given at atthe at1he atthe
the Rooedale R Je playground Seventeenth Seventeenthand
and Kramer streets northeast under underthe uncJerthe underthe
the auspices of the same association associationThis associationThis associationThis
This will be followed by folk folkdances folkdances folkdances
dances and a competitive baby parade paradein U8 e ein
in which all the little ones are invited to toparticipate topartietpate toparticipate
participate Prises will l be awarded awardedIJght a awardedLight wardedIIght
Priseswill willl
Light refreshments will 01 be OH sale saJethe on onthe enthe
the ground The proceeds J win he e eoed deed e evoted
voted to the playgrounds playgroundsEDITOR J playgroundsEDITOR la7P8UDdsEDITOR
EDITOR IS APPOINTED2CFW APPOINTED
2CFW 1 II FEN VKJC VF Conn Sept Klt It Itjust ha haJust has hasjust
Just been announced that Gordon Gor E EShermfkfl Eoan ESherman
Sherman an associate editor of the Bul Bulletin BwIletiA Builetin ¬
letin of Commrative I JAW aw of the Asset American ANerl Assetlean ¬
lean l < 8n Par Afiaociatien A att D has ha been a appoint appointed > > poiAt poiAtd ¬
ed d asrfstJiat as htaRt mofeMoc Mar L r of eorapanttlva eorapanttlvalaw Q Q1aw
law la the Tale ale Urfversfty U y Law School
a
I Popular Beauty Trio Triou Featured With Robert Hilliard II I
WINIFRED BURKE
STATUE E TO LEE LEEConservatives LEEUPHELD LEEUPHELD
UPHELD BY G A RI RIConservatives R RConservatives
Conservatives Victorious VictoriousAfter Victorio VictoriousAter us usAfter
After Bitter Fight FightDollar FightDollarPension Fight Dollar DollarPension DollarPension
Pension Turned Down DownATLANTIC DonATLANTIC DownATLANTIC
ATLANTIC CITY CITYjotcing Sept MCery i iative j jalive
alive veterans of the civil war are re I Ijoiciag j jjolting
jolting today over the defeat deCetat at tn tnfinal tl1ii tl1iiAnal ttsr ttsrheel
final session of the national I encamp encampment e enesmpnient eamp eampment ¬
ment of the Grand G Army of 0 the Repub Republic ¬
lic of a proposition to recommend tCongress to toCongress t tCongress
Congress the removal of the statue of ofRobert ofRobert f fRobert
Robert E Lee In the Statuary Hall of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Capitol in Washington tashingtonFor j jFor iFor
For over three hours the question qve tioR was wasbitterly wasblttelJy wasbitterly
bitterly debated by the members the thefinal thefinal thefinal
final vote being beiB J 13i = to ME le The total touilvote totalv totalvote
v vote te cast for coramandermchief the day daybefore rlaybefore daybefore
before was 9K 9 < g showing that many of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the veterans avoided av id entering into the thecontroversy thecontroversy thecontroversy
controversy controversyThe controversyThe controversyThe
The question came before the encamp encampment encampment encampment ¬
ment through a minority report of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee on resolutions W H Ket Ketchum Ketchum Ketchum
chum of Indiana leading the antiLee antiLeemovement antiLeem
movement m QvemeRt vemenL Past CommanderlaChief CommanderlaChiefTerrance ComIllDCler CommanderInChiefTerrance Ch r rTerrance I
Terrance of Minnesota MlR esota chairman of ofcommittee th thcommittee the thecommittee
committee en resolutions led the fight fightin lightin
in defense of Lee LeeA LeeA LeeA I
A proposition recommending to Con Congress C Congress n nes5 ¬
gress es5 that each Union veteran be grant granted grDted granted ¬
ed a pension of 1 a day was turned turneddown turneolciown turneddown
down by the encampment However Howeverthe
the McCumber bit now in Congress wIndorsed wss wssindorsed W Windorsed
indorsed It relates to widows widowsIt
It was tS recommended that the pensions pensionsfor en3ioRsfor
for veterans y tel3ns slxtyalx ixtydi years of age e be beincrease beiDCrea beincreaSed
increase iDCrea from Si 12 1 t tft Ste S1 seventy ev nty years ye < < rs rsof
of as age from 15 to S nit and seventyfive seventyliveyears seventyfivevears j
years of age a from 5 > > to toFoliowirm 25 25Following 5FoIlowi
Following FoIlowi the he Lee L controversy sort sortnewly tlOefi I the thenewly e I
newly elected e e41 officers were installed a and andCommanderiHChirsf aDott a tut tutthese
announced by bycommanderillChi iyCommanderhiChief
wen
these t ele appointments
CommanderiHChirsf John E Gilman of ofBoston j jBoston I Int
Boston Boston BostonAdjutant
Adjutant nt general T9j Ephriam B Stall Stalllees ean eanine j jlRf1
ine lees Post No 133 Massachusetts spar quartermaster sparletmaster ¬
termaster general enenl Cola D R Stowitz Stowitzipoft Stowitz1OFt Stowitzpost
post Vo 9 New York assistant as stant quartermaster quar quartermaster quarteII1a8t ¬
termaster r general eneral and custodian of ofrecords oCreeonJ ofrecords
records J T Henry Hokoaib Hok nb > > b Post Pea No S SPennslama 5L 5LPennsvlvania it itPen
Pennsvlvania Pen Thania and senior aid id and chief chiefof chiefof chiefof
of staff William M tL Olin 11ft Post No NoM NoMassachusetts 3 3Massaehtisetis
Massachusetts MassachusettsDEATHAT MassaehtisetisOF M as < achl1setts achl1settsDEATH
DEATH DEATHAT AT WHEATON WHEATONOF HEATONOF
OF G 0 B CISSELL CIS5ELLROCKVrLJE
ROCKVrLJE ROCI VILLE Md Sept 24 24O 34G G GO
O B Cissell C ll one e e of Montgomery Montgomerycountys Montgomerycountys loatgo ery erycountys
countys best known k WH citizens died died8u diedsuddenly
suddenly 8u deftl about 53f 53 s 3 oclock yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayaftentoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon at his home near Wheaton WheatonHe
He had been confined to his home homeabout homeabout homeabout
about a week by an attack Of stomach stomachtrouble stomachtrouble stomachtrouble
trouble but his condition was 5 not re regarded reded regarded ¬
garded ded iis alarming During a fit of ofcoughing otcoughing ofcoughing
coughing l lie e ruptured a blood vessel vesselIn esselin
In his head and died before the ar arrival arrt arrival ¬
rival rt l of 8 physician He H was fiftyaye fiftyayeyears fty5ve fiftySveyears fty5veyears
years old Surviving him are his bI wife wifewho wiflwho wifewho
who was WI < iS before her marriage Miss Misfilay MissMay MissMay
May Koechlng IiOi > CbJng of Washington V ashin < iIn ion am amnine aD4nine and andnine
nine children one of whom wh is J J FloydCissell Floyd FloydCissell FI d dCisselI
Cissell cashier of the Sliver Spring SpringNational SpringNational SpringNational
National Bank BankMr BankMr BankMr
Mr Cissell was a lifelong resident residentof
of Montgomery county For twenty twentyeears twentyme twentyyears
years he was engaged in the mer mercantile mercantile ¬
meerWe erWe fonhun fonhuntIred
cantile me business at Wheaton but re retired retired ¬
tired ten years ago and had sincebeen since sincebeen sIncebf
been bf = en managing his farm a short dis distance dIslance ls lstance ¬
tance from Wheaton For a number numberof n mber mberef
of years Mr Ir Cissell served as Demo Democratic Demoto Democratic ¬
cratic officer of registration for forWheaton forTTeaton
Wheaton to district iCLW and also served as a ajustice a ajustice
justice of the peace peaceJohn peaceTohn peaceJohn
j
John W Dove who who was arrested on ona ona ona
a charge ch rge of attempting to assault assaultMiss assaultMiAs assaultMiss
Miss Agnes A es Frizzell the sixteenyear sixteenyearold
old daughter of Lewis C Frizell a aresident 3resident sresident
resident of Germantown this county countywaived countywaived countywaived
waived a hearing before Justice Read Readinc ReadIng Reading
inc Ing in the police court here and in indefault indefault indefault
default of bail in the amount of S1M4 S1M4was SLidiwas 1 1was
was committed to jail He will be belutrw betried betried
November term of court courtand courtand
tried lutrw ail at He iiiv i > vc iwc iwcand
and has retained J T Alby Henderson Hendersonto
to defend hint himIt hintIt hintIt
It is charged that Dove who was em employed employed employed ¬
ployed by Mr Ir Frizze 1 and lived at the thehitters thelaUers thelatters
hitters home went to the room of ofMiss orMiss ofMiss
Miss Frizzell about 1 oclock Thursday Thursdaymorning TbursdaymornIng Thursdaymorning
morning and awakened her but was wasfrightened wasri wasfrightened
frightened ri htened away by the young girls girlsscreams birlsscre girlsscreams
screams scre ms Dove denies the charge and anddeclares anddeclares anddeclares
declares the first he knew of the occur occurrenc occurrenc occurrenc
renc was when informed of it by the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young girls irls father fatherWork fatherWork fatherWork
Work on the pike from Potomac thiscounty this thiscounty thiseounty
county to the Conduit road a distance distanceof
of four and a half miles has been com completed comJleted comF3eted ¬
pleted and the new road isnowbein isnowbeinused is no now being beingused beingused
used by the public It cost about 530CQO 530CQOand 0OQO 0OQOand WG WGaDd
and Is regarded as one of the best bestpieces bestpieces bestpieces
pieces of road hi Montgomery county countyIt
It makes a fine thoroughfare from rom Po Potomac Potomac Potomac ¬
tomac to Washington The taxpayers taxpayersof
of Potomac district have to pay a spe special spedal speciat ¬
cial tax each year to gradually redeem redeemthe redeemUte redeemthe
the bonds and pay the interest interestThe JateresLThe interestThe
The engagement e has been announced announcedof
of 0 Miss Nora ora Williams daughter of ofMrs oCMrs ofMrs
Mrs John H Williams of 0 Pootesvttle Pootesvttleard
ard Carter Clagett CIa ett of Potomac The Themarriage Themarriage Ihemarn8be
marriage will take place early earl in Octo October October October ¬
ber
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VIRGINIA PEARSON PEARSONROOSTER PEARSONROOSTER PEARSONROOSTER
ROOSTER A SUICIDE SUICIDEFOLLOWING SUICIDEFOLLOWING SUICIDEFOLLOWING
FOLLOWING DEFEAT DEFEATGame DEFEATGame DEFEATGame
Game Fowl Impales Itself on onHook on onHook onHook
Hook and Bleeds to toDeath toDeath toDeath
Death DeathNEW DeathSEW DeathNEW
NEW YORK Sept 24 34A A game rooat rooater reoMer mount mounter
er beton belonging hwr to Mrs William Uham Percy PercyBePeville y of ofBeltevlMe orBeUevtDe
BeltevlMe S J J committed suicide be beother beeaU8e because
cause It was beaten ten In a battle with wttkcthn an another
other rooster roosterThe roosterThe ter terTIle
The game bird was getting oW and andAfter ad adL
< L YOUDf5 rooster wa was placed In tM tMAfter coop coopAfter
After boxing nearly DtftI1 two hours the old oldbird oldbird
bird was compelled to give in inAs inAs
As soon as the bird was able a to rise riseit riBeIt riseIt
it walked overto an iron hook used for forhanging forhangi forhanging
hanging hangi kettles of food The old roost rooster rooster rooster ¬
er jumped up caught ucht its throat thn > at on the thehook thehook thehook
hook and bled slowly to death
STELLA ARCHER
I
VERSATILE PLAYER PUYEBLiterature PLAYERIN
IN VAr VAMPIRE PIRE ROLE ROLELiterature ROLELiterature
Literature Art and Stage StageFields StageFields StageFields
Fields for Miss Virginia VirginiaPearson VirginiaPearson a aPearson
Pearson PearsonThree
Three young women selected for their theirf Uleirfxcepdollal
xceptioMU ex f tveauty 7 were engaged saSed to toplay teplay toplay
play the ieaetteg g feminine femhll roles m lit this thisreasons thisf thiseasons
reasons f > uon production of 0 A Fool F 8I There ThereWas Thereas ThereWas
Was WasMia WasMiss as asM
Mia M Virginia Pearson PenI R who plays the theVampire tileYamplre theVampire
Vampire to Robert Milliards Fool is isa Isa Ina
a Louisville LouI nUe woman who has played playedleads pIaTPdleads playedleads
leads m a The Stolen Story uA A Gentleman Gen Gentleman GeAtJeman ¬
tleman From Mississippi Kte isetPpl Under UnderSouthern Un4Iersouthern UnderSouthern
Southern Skies and Children Clt dren of Des Destiny Destiny Destiny ¬
tiny She has also bIo won Oft attention in inliterary Inliterary Inliterary
literary circles by her short stories storiespublished storiespubl storiespublished
published publ in several wellknown maganiness maga magazines m3Z ¬
zines Z nes Designs DeaI for art posters po ters have haveformed beformed haveformed
formed another a other line for her endeavor endeavorShe endeaorShe endeavorShe
She may b be remembered to Washing Washington ¬
ton audiences for her work with a astock astock astock
stock company mpaay at the Lafayette now nowthe nouthe nowthe
the Belasco Theater TheaterWinifred TheaterllIlfred TheaterWinifred
Winifred llIlfred Burke the sister of the theplay theplay theplay
play starred in Parsifal and hasplayed played playedhere plaedhere playedhere
here in Everyman E erymaa erymaaseen She has been beenseen en enseetI
seen In a number RUIIID < < of Shakespearean ShakespeareanStella Shake51 rean reanroIe
roIe roIeStel1a
Stella Archer has the sympathetic sympatheticrole
role of the wife She Is a Philadelphia Philadelphiagirl
girl rI who began egan her r stage career under underRichard underRJcbanl underRichard
Richard M MMETHODISTS XanefteM XanefteMMETHODISTS XaaRIekLMETHODISTS
METHODISTS TO RALLY RALLYTOROJTTO RALLYTOROOTO RALLYTORONTO
TORONTO Ontario Sept 24 2 To Tostimulate Tostimulate Riostimulate
stimulate enthusiasm in nil lines of ofchurch otchurch ofchurch
church and missionary J noioprywork work the Metho Methodist Method Methodist ¬
dist d churches throughout Canada have haveet itaveet haveset
set et a aside ide tomorrow for the annual ob observance DbSPrV1LDCe ohservance ¬
servance of rally day 1a One hundredthousand hundred hundredthousand hund hundthousand
thousand copies 00 ie of the program of exer exercises eferhoes exercises ¬
cises hoes to be followed f lowed have c been distribu distributed distrlbutEd dlstributed ¬
ted gratuitously by the general neral board of ofthe orthe ofthe
the church
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TIRED MOTHERS RtST RtSTAmR RSTJ
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AFTER A SINGL IRLLTMENI IRLLTMENIWITH TREAIINTWill
WITH CUIICURARtMEDIES CUIICURARtMEDIESA CUTICIIRA RMEDIS RMEDISA
A warm bath with Cuticura Soap and a asingle asingle asingle
single application of Cuticura Ointment af afford afford afford ¬
ford immediate immed ate relief in the most distressing distressingeczemas distressingeczemas distressingeczemas
eczemas rashes itching irritations and seal sealings sca1iDgS scalings4
ings permit rest and sleep and point to topermanent topermanent topermanent
permanent relief when the usual u ua1 remedies remediesutterly remediesutterly remediesutterly
utterly fail Peace falls on distracted house households houseI households ¬
I holds when Cuticura Remedies enter CenterGuaranteed enterGuaranteed enterGuaranteed
Guaranteed pure sweet and wholesome wholesomeand
and may be used from the hour of birth birthThe
The sale of Cuticura SO Soap and Cuticura Ointment hss ha tended tended to every everycountry everyccnmtry everycounty
country on n the t e globe Fos more ore than 30 3oyear years they have realized ra6e liz every reasonable reasonableexiaectatkm reasonableexpectation reasonableexpataUon
expectation in In the preservation andpurification andpu ri8cation of the skin scalp scaijJ sea1phauand hair and hands handsof
of infants jnfan children and adults They are most agreeable agr b1e and economical and andonce andonce andonce
once admitted to the household staythue stay stayth there e as gentle and egectiveemollients e9a0veemoilienbappli e9a0veemoilienbapplicable nba appli applicable p1i p1icable ¬
cable to all conditions con itions affecting the skin A 32page Cuticura Booklet giving givingvaluable givingvaluable givingvaluable
valuable information i irs rnmatiw as to the care and treatment of the skin will be mailed m ilcd free freeby fre freyP freeby
by yP Potter L1nu Etug 8 Chem 1cmC Corp 1p J 131 3r co Columbus Ara AY A Boston U S SJ St A
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PARDON fOR FORALSH FORALSHAttorney WALSH I IIS
io IS ASKED Awrn DV Dl BY HUM HUMx HUMAttorney HOOT HOST HOSTAttorney HOSTfor
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AttorneyIS Attorney for Convicted ConvictedBanker ConvictedBanker ConvictedBanker
Banker Files Giant Pe Petition Petition Petition ¬
tition to President PresidentGeerse
George T Buckingham Ba klnglMml a a lawyer of ofChicago atChicago ofChicago
Chicago filed a formal petition for th thpardon Ute UteiKUdon thepardon
pardon of John R wish former presi president JK8Ident president
dent of the Chicago National Bank Bankyclth Bankyclththe jvttn jvttnthe rith riththe
the Department of Justice today It issigned Is Issigned Issigned
signed by several hundreds of thousands thousandsof t o eands eandsor
of sympathizers sympathizersAged sympathizersAged sympathizersAged
Aged and a d sale saI to be suffering MdI from froman freman froman
an incurable malady Walsh VaJ Ia who W o at th thage t6 t6age theage
age of seventythree Is serving a five fiveyear Eveyear
year sentence sente Ce in Leaven Le Leavenworth Yellwert worth peniten penitentiary penitentiai ¬
tiai tiary convicted of loaning himself himselfFffi00i004
26009000 while president t of the Chicago ChicagoXaUonaJ CblcagoNatJonal ChicagoNational
National Bank may yet be saved ed from froma
a death in prisonWalsh wisonValsh prison prisonWalsh
Walsh was convicted eo vJeted December 3 2111I 2111IOft 3liion W Won
on fiftyfour counts mated to loans loansmade 10cnsmada loansmade
made on or purchases made of bonds bondsof
of the Illinois DIiJl Is Southern and ad of the theWisconsin tJteWlscoMia theWisconsin
Wisconsin and Michigan railroads Th Thtechnical The Thetechnical l e etechnical
technical charge was that Walsh mute muteexcessive madeexcessive H Hexces
excessive exces tve loans to these railroads raJIro cIs in inwhich 1ftbleh Inwhich
which bleh he was interested interestedHe
He had been hi the banking haDk Bb business businessfor buslBeB8for business businessfor
for sixty years in Chicago when whe he was wasindicted wasIndicted wasIndicted
indicted and placed on trial in the thesided theXort theNorthern
Xort Northern ern district court of DbIoIIJ presided pre presided
sided over by Judge A 3 Anderson Dder OR of ofIndiana DCIndiana ofIndiana
Indiana in October 1Mi W He was 1i found foundgnilty foundguilty foundguilty
guilty and Del an a appeal noed The circuit circuitcourt C circhitcourt CJlt CJltrt
court rt of O appeals app affirmed the sentence sentenceof 5eBt llCe llCeeC
of five years and be was delivered to tothe toUte tothe
the United States marshal at once onceThe OIIceThe onceThe
The Walsh WaJ k children of Chicago pro promoted prom prometed ¬
meted m ted the petition the names In which whichoccupy w whackoccupy iek iekoccupy
occupy twentyfive volumes They will
be presented to the President PreRde t through throughthe
the Depart Department meat t of Justice JusticeAll JusticeAll Tu tJce tJceAll
All the officers or o ricers < eer connected conaect with the
Walsh Va1 h banks have added their signa ¬
tures together with many of the de depositors depoeItors depWat ¬
positors positorsAValshs poeItorsValshs pWat
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AValshs s condition cond tion is pitiful in t the theextreme tMextr e eextreme
extreme extr me according accordln to his attorney
He pictured the former banker I lan languishing laaguishing languishing ¬
guishing in prison wasted by disease diseaseand dbteseand diseaseand
and almost heartbroken over the hu humiliation humlUation huntiiiation ¬
miliation of Imprisonment Imprl onment His Hissicians phy physicians physicIans ¬
sicians say that he cannot possibly possiblysurvive po possiblysurvive idBY idBYsurvIve
survive the four remaining years of
incarceration incarcerationThe
The application for or pardon is based baedon
on the fact as presented by the
lawyers for Walshs interest IAt interests thatthe that thatthe tJaatthe
the charge on which he was convicted
did not involve moral turpitude but butonly IHItonly butonly
only violation of the tee technical nieal rules rulesof nalese rulesof
of e law 1 w regulating banking They say sayling
hIs was a case ot improvident bank
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electric burglar alarms aJ nns which when whencompleted whencompleted whencompleted
completed will effectually erectl Iy prevent any anyone anyone anyone
one from opening any an of the doors or ortouching ortouching ortouching
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gongs 5On situated in the watch room roomwhere roomwbere roomwhere
where guards are stationed night and andday andday andday
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county cotl ty Md d wa was y sterdr t ids IW y delivered delUeredB
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impertinent De tment will III probably be placed in inoperation tncperatlon ineperation
operation in a short time work to this thisend thisend thisend
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of the pipes pt s became damaged ed and re repairs repairs ¬
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charges denying them throughout throughoutMr th t tlln
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