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r THE WASHINGTON WASHIXGTONTDIES TIMES SATLIt SATUBDY Di4F OCTOBER 1 1910 3
MM PEOPLE PEOPLEIN
IN RAILROAD WRECK WRECKHaYe
Have N Narrow rrow Escape When WhenEngine WhenEngine I IEtlgine
Engine Breaks Driv DrivL Drivl DrivIng I
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BUFFALO Bt 8EPPALO JrALO N Y Oct 1 L1fearty 2e rty a ascore aoC atieore
score of Waahtagto w p PeDIIiIe > h Had a naritoW nar narnow aarJIeW
now escape from tre injury when 1Iea an engine engineattached ftIIdDeattllle essgineattacbed
attached attllle t to an express exprm train om the Le Lents LeJa Lehigh ¬
nts Ja high Vftttejr v rafh raflroad + oad was wrecked hurt hurtrifoclrf J last3u aq
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rifoclrf 3u near aear erU1lli Ulster Jr PaThe Pa Patlonat PaU
The U traits a wWda 1eItUte lsle the u Cnfon Sta Statloitu Statioiiat
tlonat WMhhjfelun at i ti edeck yw ywt yeaterda
terda t tIt1 yrmorhtaK consisted ed of tw t twa day dayeoacfces dayeoacbe8 dayeoachs
eoachs eoacfces tPaUnans 4 w PvItmMtst and A Ak a dltdpg dltdpgIt t tng tngC
C jp It was running as a a special to N1 aiWheht N1rteer X1g9
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Wheht w tisYelhg 4 dewit wn grade betweea betweeat t eft eftI
rteer t eratig ML Mlbm I hedrivfng the driving clrivi rod 1Od on th th1fft the the1ittt e eJm
1fft Jm ste M of o the engine na e4 e4njonjent A AJaiertbe Aotq
njonjent otq t later lsierthe the driving dri rod en n the theright UtexI therlit
right xI t side Mt save Wy r9 y and beta th redsRhhd reds redjmf redswhidt
whidt ngtrt g w trftllt txefeYJMosiss speed speedp chaahed chaahedjiti
p jmf Jtft6 ttbe t e baiter boOer ana awi Ore Ore box boxpjrtKft 1 x
pjrtKft 1 fl TnUns engineer Rt and a CharlesEIitte Charles CharlesBKioe CllarloeBrI
BKioe BrI EIitte info nrexonn flreautn remained at t their theirposts theirntii theirpoOta
posts until ntii thekraqbpi the ttII1 train Jn i beat broughtfat brought IK IKa
fat a step and an4 is > a doingM 4oIg they ter had a anarrow a1ITOW aftarow
narrow escape from Smftocatfen 03tteft by bysteam by5iteam brsteam
steam great t cig mil ag < which hieh enveloped envetoeedtl eltVeMpedthe envelopedihe
tl the > e engine sate ca a mptuK sagia tC after er the drivhig driv driving drhflfb ¬
ing rods were feteaeH feteaeHSortuaately r rliortuBtey releaaylIlortnmstety
Sortuaately the IN pis e K remained jnaine4l Ma ted on the theTracka thetra thetradea
tra Tracka K s 1Hp s Jnjrei 1who who ho witnessed witnessedtfigwrecked wtt wttf6 I IYli2leked
< tfigwrecked f6 ee ete ens B i = a t te 4pirvled ftrded their e ecaste eaf eafas eae
e caste asmiraewlbos asmiraewlbosAnte as mtraealOu mtrataIoosAtsletbr mtraealOuA
Ante A Atsletbr r the t Wa Wjudih ington tort LaASeneers cw sencrers on onthe 011the outire
the t train lRe were P Pwrfr J A CaHW ansaek rk of 0 the thertate ther
rtate r tL ti tebepnrti lep p rtKtewt ersC Xn Me > e Chang Cb3n and andenr aadfIJR anddip
dip enr ° Mft ftt and find d Mrs fn Dao o ioit A k Sanfenl SaJl t 3M 3MIndlaj JIllI iAdIpdif14La
Ipdif14La Indlaj I ii aVSiiuie iUuz 1J M JL > L AtbrechC tbrec < L S Jack Jackeor Jacknlact
eor ahice Herman tSayss 21 I Fifth Fifth9trafet FlfthJtT Fifthsheetboutbssat j
9trafet sheetboutbssat JtT SMat s atbMBtKW t N p Snemnrier Snemnrier05aKe SIteMRrierJMRiR Slseastirtetala
05aKe ala JMRiR iBP it 11 rtc K R1Jr rCoHnRt F < coihRten 4 > IrttOR n Y Alldl M MrtrA
rtrA r3 ldl ft t aiKriJtrsi MX W W E ENewasea Newnmn 15t 1
K t C Cap Capttei pi e strectta 7 f fand t as i Mrs J D DT De Paitilai
< T e aitilai fB3 I si fr h Fifth 1tfth treat treet Mr fro j and nd Mrs MraA MrsA KnIahkT
A A ICaider i ahkT Mt Pleasant t T F Wenner Wen Wenner Wen11r
ner 3BC = z P 7 street Mrs Irs McKee Rtee 18 1S1 1S1apilna l Iroaq
> Tak apilna > numt road Th Thunuut imaa A Green Gr Sec Secretary SeeNUlryS Secretarysa ¬
retary office IiK leeterior Rtf rlor Depart Departntent DepartntentCiareiM > negt t tla
CiareiM la + e H Green Gre office O < < ke of Sixth Au
fitor dl < TreguT Tr r fs > irr Department Mr > fr and andE5 andg
E5 C S Dais 4i 4GM 41i raawirhueetfec 8Iachtlflt ave aveuftW a ve veUAr
> 4n1 > uftW UAr W Wf M > LOrswIxrlMe Cm b1r lalpC 1JtC Sixth street streeta streeta1td streetad
a a1td d JTtderxat 7rhdet iclt M wKee Kee wabi VYashimsion a h fMton at attcwney atsand
tcwney sand ndMrs = Airs XeKee X Kel of Riverdale Riverdale2fd
2fd 2fdAfter
1 After ftei tera a delaa rfav d < oftwo or two hours anotherhtIne another anotherfrnetefr aBOthettChte
frnetefr was procured > > and the tOtirl tourists touristsw f fWPte is iswore
w wore re again started un n their ray ay to the
falls I
SOLDIERS SOLDIERSARE ARE HELD HELDFOR I IFOR
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FOR THE GRAND JURY JURYTwo
I
Two Men Accused of Shooting Shoot Shootj Shooting
j ing Negro on Acqueduct AcqueductBridge AcqueductBridge AcqueductBridge
Bridge Under BondThetas Bond BondThomas BondThs
Thomas J MHllynoawx and ad Clifford CliffordI UIOId UIOIdI
I Li 1 FeWheiua the th two soldiers ar arrested arr arrested ¬
r rested eti lit 1 connection with th the shoot shooting shootleg IIeothlg ¬
leg of c WiltiaiR L Smith a negro on onthe eathe fAtlte
the Aqueduct bridge 1 rld8 about six weeksago weeks weeksago weeksafter
ago after appearance in the Police PoliceCeart PoNcGowrt PoIfceot
Gowrt before Judge MuHowny were wereheld wereMId wereheld
held for the action of the grand rand Jury Juryom juryOR Jitryon
om bonds of belie 5 apiec aJJieeeAecenltnjt apfeueAccording apiecAccording
According to the testimony t h ony of C Smfth Smfthwho StRItbe Sositbwho
who be has Just recovered from Ms hiswotlndB Mswounds J II IIweund8
wounds suCHciently to be al alea4 ow d to toleave toeave toleave
leave eave the hospital he was walking walkingqnieUy wtdkiR wtdkiRqedetly walkingquietly
quietly across the bridge OR the Right RightIn Hl ht htIn
In question and JHl he was accosted aec8 ted by the thetwo theto thetwo
two soldiers who beat and kicked WIn htmand WInDtI himand
and DtI Anally rrwreflHvers drew revolvers and shet him himin ht htIR hireis
in the stomach After this U Smith de declares declareS declares ¬
clares they walked off tt and toek a earfor ear earfor eartor
for Fort Merer MererA XuerrleAd
A friend of 0 Smiths s however towner witneseed wit witnessed 1t 1tthe ¬
nessed the affray 118 followed focn ed th u the menacmes men menacross menaeroes
across the bridge > > called Sled an officer and andhad andhad
had 4 them arrested ane t before they Ua y could couldgetta coul4lget couldgot
get getta to the fort fortGUNDERSON fortGUNDERS fortGUNDERSONORDERED
GUNDERSON GUNDERS GUNDERSONORDERED GUNDERSONORDEREDTO N ORDERED ORDEREDTO RDEREDTO
TO PAY ALIMONY ALIMONYChief
Chief Justice Clabaugh has ordered orderedVictor orderedVictor orderedVictor
Victor Gunderson an employe In the theBureau theBureau theBureau
Bureau of f Printing and Engraving topay to topay toPAY
pay ais wife Mrs Irs Sarah Ganderaon Gundersonwho Ganderaonwho GUDdersoJrwho
who instituted a suit for divorce divorcea divorceayear a ayear aYMr
year ago a fo o 54S 43 a month alimony pend pending1 pendeutcem pendIng ¬
ing1 the outcome outcome o or the e divorce divorce iy CO pro proceedings proIt proeeedtngs ¬
ceedings ceedingsIt
It is set forth in mtlte the application for forthe forthe
the jkHmony that t t Mrs Gtmderson G M is issicfc Msick issIc1
sick and elm almost iet destitute destituteTRINITY destltilteTRINITY destltiiteTRINITY
TRINITY CHURCH MASSThe MASS MASSThe MASSTh
The Th winter schedule sc edule at Trinity Catho Catholic Cath0lic Catholic ¬
lic Church will so into to effect tomorrowwhen tomorrow tomorrowhigh tomorrowJI
when JI t8n the servfee serY ee at U odock will be beta a ahigh
high ta mas mom instead d of a a low one as dur durinfr durMg 1 1the
infr the summer and Vesper services willbe will willheld vrfUbe
be held Jn n the cvenfne at Ifs If For the theinitial theiRltial theinitial
initial high h m mass k has been arranged arrangedto
to have 3 L lar large e choir of men me and boyssine boys boysi boysin
i sins in Gounods GouR ds Ave Maria for the of offertory offertory offertory
fertory with a T thlain > lain chat C 1t for the re iemainder remainder remainder ¬
mainder of the service 1
r 110 nouses HOUSes 1 3 3750 750 Over Ove90Sold 90 Sold SoldRooms
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300 300Cash 6 Rooms RoomsReception Roomsas
41 Cash as
Reception ReceptionWide
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2884 2884Per 28 284er
Per er Month MonthIncluding oo = g gu
u Wide I efl n I 1induding lots lotsParquet ts tsInduding
Induding IndudingIn IncludingInterest a aInterest
Interest In erest and andPrincipal a Parquet ParquetLamont ParquetPO ParquetDrina
Principal PO Drina i 1 floors floorsLamont oars oarsLamont
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Lamont St corner Georgia AveSample Ave AveSample AveSample
Sample House 645 Lamont St StOne StcOne StOne
cOne One street south of Park Road RoadOpen RoadOpen RoadOpen
Open Daily Until 8 P PM PMWee M Mfehave Mu
u > Wee V fehave have y houses now under construction c just arountfthe arountfthetjonlJsj arotJn around F the thet thecorteron
corteron tjonlJsj t Laliit54it Ufi ORtStreet Street See them themTo themTo themTo
> To Inspect InspectTake Ins ect ectTake L LTake
Take Ninth Street car to corner of f Lamont Street StreetSales StreetSHANNON StreetSHANNON
SHANNON lUCHS ftthSaps
Sales S aps les Rents Loans Loans71314th loans71314th LoansStreet
I < 71314th 71314th Street StreetThe N W WgSgggSgJ69C9 W Wesss
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I The Most Practical and an Carefully are area 1 1Ever a i itiI A
1 a 1 Constructed Constructedtli Houses i iEver tiI
tli I tliI Ever Offered for Sale at This P Price Pricedoe rice ricee i
1 4 e T OnCapitol Hill HillA i e iOve
A
i oveh1a0ang Ove ook1ng Massachusetts hu tts avenue and on o r edge or Lincoln Park Parko Parke
e doe t ie of o the e n raot oh3t beautiful beauti ul parks in the city cityA
A 1338 to 1346 A SLS St S E E2story i
1 Only 5500 9 Only 5500 55002story I I2story
2story colonial fronts of red brick and brownstone with ith front frontporches frontvorche 0 0F
porches F S feet wide wide1st
6 1st Floor F1oorPar1or lo onParor Parlor lor reception re < < epUon nail dining room kitchen and large Jargebtlt but ¬
lers pantry all trimmed in hardwood and elegantly decorated decoratedhDd80me
handsome gas and electric ele < < trlc fixtures mahogany mantels in parlor parlorwith parlorlth arlor
d with lth tiled open fireplaces attractive eak mantels in dining room room
Kitchen is very large and has Xew Method Gas Ran Range e e2d t td di did
2d d Floor FJoor3 t very fl line e wide rooms with plenty of windows roomy clos closets closets doeeta ¬
ets elegant bathrooms with ith nickel fixtures porcelain tub medi medicine methdine ¬ e ec1De
cine closet tiic sk sktc it and Bd floor secondstory back porch porchCellar 0Cellar 0 0CeUar
Cellar Very ory large with Wit it irsnt nt and rear entrance eDt e with splendid hot hotwater hotwater hoth
h water heating heUBf plant best stationary washtubs wash btubs tubs fine earnest floors floorsand floorsand c
and plenty of of 0 windows windowslot f fLotsExceptionally
O LotExeeptlon11y lot Exceptionally large running back back to 15foot allay alleYplenty pianty of ofEntire ofroom G Groom
room for garden n st stble ble or gar garage garageEntire e eEBtire
Entire house illuminated by gas and electricity a a1ft
In offering these houses we e are confident that they cannot be excekd ex exceHed excetled
ceHed at the price and most cordially invite inspection from careful CElTSCla
a a home buyersOpen buyers buyersOpen buyersOpen
Open for Inspection Every Day DayTake
Take LtacolP Park cars to 13th and East Capitol streets streetsSole streetsi streetsLieberrnann
i Liebermann Hawn Hawn01e 5 5Sole
Sole 01e Agents gents gentsto
to 1303 F Street
It ItQeMHQSS Itr
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AND LAWN LAWN1N I IWIN
WIN 1N OWNER PRIZE PRIZEc
C H Guiles Gets Chief ChiefAward ChiefAvard ChiefAward
Award o of Rhode Island IslandAvenue IslandAvenue IslandAvenue
Avenue Association AssociationC
C II JL Gallon of l 1754 i4Tackn Jackson Jack en street streetis
is reeeivingr r eiing congratulations t teda da > OH OHthe 011h1 onhti
h1 hti b WOK the first prize oft oteted by byth bythe
the th Rhode R e Island Avenue Cltlrcns AH AHsoetatton AIIIItOeIatkfn Assedation
sedation f for 9r r the best kept ke lawn iw and andgartfen anjtle andgarden
garden tle in suburban northeast Washtagtot Wash Washiit h I Ih
iit h tagtot tot to To J L Kanse was awarded awardedthe awardedtlte awardedthe
the second eoJt41 prize for complete grounds groundsand jcroondsand groolldsaBd
and ti AV V C O Lieuallcn the third thirdH
H Featherstone and J D I Ashby Ashbywere Ashbyw Asbbywere
were w re awarded the flrst rst and HI second secondprises secondprints RcI RcIprbe5
prints for tn the best be t k ke kept pl t garden J JL JL JL
L Kopo and aft A 1L H Russell Rus en w won n th the thefirst
first t prize for lawns and A H Rus Russell R1ISell Russell ¬
sell > > ell th U6 second t fIn tIs
Is the class for general ground UB im improv IMprovtJDents Improvements
provtJDents prov j nts K P Baldwin Baldw to won won brat Urstpriae bratprise r rpria
priae and C E Leisin Lelsinger er and C CoPleteher P PFletcher PFletcher > >
Fletcher second cond and nd third For the thebeet theDe thebeet
De beet t kept Jc pt hedge a special award awardMule was wasmade wasmade
made to J A Ma Magrutier ru4er Many of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the contestants cunt stants received honorable honorablemention ItolleeJition honorablemention
mention The judges jud es were wereColIHnt1l wereColIHnt1lIon Conwite Conwitefionfer Conistiecloser
closer Ion r Rudolph Bradford Brown and andDr andDr andDr
Dr Lie Lee Corbett CorbettThe CorbettThe CorbettThe
The prtees were were donated by the titeh mer merchants merchants ¬
chants h D of of Northeast sorthc et TVs w wcon Mneton and andconsisted andeoneisted
consisted con isted of garden tools horticultural horticulturalmagazines LonlewlturalJlYLP2ines horticulturalilnee
magazines ilnee garden and flower ower goods and andimplements andim andimptentents
implements im JQeftts used in the cultivation cultlYat of orthe ofthe
the soil soilPrizes soilPrises 011 011Prbe
Prizes are offered also aJ o to tl the house householders hou householders e eholders ¬
holders of Washington by the PeoplesGarden Peoples PeoplesGarden PeopleGarden
Garden Association To T further the thebeautincatkm thebeautification thebeauticatlon
beautification of gardens and Dd lawns the theassociation theassociation
association 8 6 Ciation last Ap ApYiI < il offered prizes for forthe forthe forthe
the best t front lawn without regard to toshrubs toshrubs toshrubs
shrubs vines or flowers ft6 rs the best re results reBUItS results ¬
sults obtained obtainedfQm from planting shrubs shrubsvin sbru sbruvlrfto shrubsving
vin vlrfto 5r and flowers iri a front fr nt yard the
best results results re ull obtained obtaln from planting plantingshrate planUnInes plantingshrubs
shrubs vines And flowers Qwers in a back backyard backyard backyard
yard the beet results > tamed from fromplantings fromplanUngs frompiantings
plantings of shrubs vines a and d flowers
within the the past year in a front yard yardthe yardthe ard I Ithe
the most attractive a ctive individual window windowbox wiudowox windowbox
box ox in the city the best display dh pia of window win window ¬
dow < boxes m any residence in the the city cityth cttythe citythe
th the most attractive garden in the city citywhere citywhere 1 1wbere
where a gardener is employed and to tothe tothe 1
the Janitor keeping t aping the rust attractive attractiveschool attractivegrounds attractiveselsoolgrounds
selsoolgrounds selsoolgroundsOne school grounds groundsOne I
One hundred und nd seventythree en entries entries ¬
tries were received FinaInspection FinaInspectionwill Final inspection inspectioni InspecU n nw1ll
i will be made Tues Tuesday < lay by the following following I
judges who will award the prizes Cora Coramiesiofter Commt Conemissioner
missioner mt ek ner Rudolph R dolph David Fair Fairchild Fa1rohlld1ent Fairchildpresident oh lid lidpresident
president ent of the Peoples Gardens As Asroctation Assedation
sedation Mrs In Charles Conner Conn r trustee trusteeof truetecC
of C the th Arts and Crafts School Miss MissSuean MtSlSSuenR MissSusan
Susan SuenR B Sine in charge of othe the school schoelsardcna scltoelprd schoolrtrdi
prd sardcna rtrdi R ns K F C MHIctt artist and P PH PH
H I Dorsett Dor ett a member rnem r of the garden gardenPeyton gardencommittee 1LJden 1LJdenceRlntUtee
committee ceRlntUteeGETSIIGTYEARS committeeGETSTEIGHTYEARZ
GETSIIGTYEARSFOR GETSIIGTYEARS
FOR SLASHING MAN MANPeyton MANColored
Peyton PeytonFOR Colored C lored in inOver Quarrel QuarrelOver QuarrelOverDebt
Over OverDebt Debt Sentenced Sentencedto
to Prison PrisonKight PrisonEitfht PrisonEight
Eight years in prison was the sent sentence SeAteDCl senteace ¬
ence administered atha Hl tered to Thornton Thor ton Peyton Peytoneotoreii Pe7toReotor Peytoncolored
eotor colored when eft he e pleaded guilty in Crim Criminal Crt CrtInaI Crimhtal
inal Court to a charge cba e of laying layl la lawatt Iewalt iswatt
watt for George Duvall and nd slashing laSht laShthhn
hhn with a knife The two had had hadsome hadIIOON hadsome
some trouble over a debt debtChief debtChief
Chief Justice Clabaugh sentenced Pey Peyton peytoa Peyton ¬ I
ton after the United State > Attorneys Attorneysofftee Attorneysof6ee Attorneysotfiee
offtee had shown Yt that Peyton had beenconvicted been beenoonvicted
convicted or f more than r S slf lf C a dozen dozeni dozenert dozencrimes 1
i crimes crimesPercy ert crimesPercy
ertPercy Percy Rice a seventeenyearoid seventeenyearoidyouth eYeJltceRyearoWyouth
youth pleaded guilty bUI to two indict indictments Indietmentis indictmente ¬
mentis of housebreaking one in which whichhe whichhe I Ihe
he stole a camera from Dr Frank ERice E ERice ERice
Rice but 1 ut sentence was deferred deferredPleas dtferredPleas deferredPleas
Pleas of not guilty were w e entered by bythe It Itt bythe
the t he following when they were arraignedtoday arraigned arraignedtoday rraJbJMdtodav
today todayJares todav todavJaieJ todayJares
Jares Jorden criminal assault Ern Ernest Ernt8t Eraeat ¬
est Brown Bro housebreaking HarryHughes Harry HarryHushes HarryHughes
Hughes larceny Harvey Harv y Rogers andWilliam and andWilliam audWimarn
William Hawkins robbery CharlesChipman Charles CharlesChipman CharlesChlpmaB
Chipman assault with 1th dangerous weap weapon weapR weapon ¬
on R Annie > Johnson J hR8Oll housebreaking g andlarceny and andlarceny andlreMY
larceny CarIeS ariez Jonti Jorr < larceny Samuel SamuelRobinson SamuelRoblfttMHl SamuelRobinson
Robinson assault with dangerous dangerousweapon dangerouwfOn dangerousweapon
weapon
COUNT COUNTVITHSWINDLING IS CHARGED CHARGEDWITH
WITH VITHSWINDLING VITHSWINDLINGWashington SWINDLING
Washington S ilgton Waiter Gives GivesDeposition GivesI1epositiolAgainst GivesfoPositionAgainst
I1epositiolAgainst Deposition Against Inter International International j jnational
national national Adventurer AdventurerW
Wp W V > jiaetOR tngton was wa Itaked Ile itM to the theativentutrss UteadveDtVl theadventures
adventures of Othmar GtehvUa alias aliasCount aJl88Count aliasCount
Count Harraeh who was arrested in inParis Inlarfs inParis
Paris OR a charge eha e of swindling awlJ llDt and Is IsBOW IsBOW isnow
BOW in jail at Styria Austria when whenUnited wlteaLnited whenUnited
United States Attorney At Clrt Ctatenee ore enoe ee Wil Wilson Wilson Wilson ¬
son yesterday took too the deposttien tlepo Itl R of ofJulius ofJulius I IJulius
Julius Hanrefch a waiter w3i ttvtog at UJ8 UJ8Fifteenth 111 1123Fifteenth I IFIfteenth
Fifteenth street northwest orUtwe t who had haddealings hadthe
dealings wKh the count t In San Fran Francisco FranTilt Frandeco ¬
cisco 1 in e eThe ISOt ISOtThe
The waiter swears te his deposition depositionhat deDOSWon deDOSWonHtat de dethat
hat that C Cct < tent nt Harraeh swindled 5Wle4htJUOUt 5Wle4htJUOUtDC him m outof out outef
ef 3Z 322KK S J5 of which JTawaa sm lf + a was money paid paidoy JM d dmr
oy him on n worthies checks wed by bythe
the coiint teenInSan in San Franefeco Fraad eo Othermoney Other Othermo 11 i imoney
mo money ey was given 19tn by y Haiwefeh Jla relek OB > the thecounts theCOURtS thecounts
counts alleged fraudulent reprel reprelse reple replese
se ration UOft that he was proprietor of f a afortune afortune I
fortune consisting of oftwo two valuable valuablei yaluabebome valuablehomes
i homes an a1 a country estate e tate near Llnz LinzAustria LlnzAustria
Austria Hanrefch Ha relck further alleges thatthe that thatthe thatthe J
the count acted the part of a swell swellat swellat swellat
at a fashionable club in Los Angeles Angelesand AngellSand Angelesand
and San Francisco F and was admitted admittedi l linto
i into nt6 the best M t society iet OB Ms 1tt tleceitfutrepresentatlone tleceitful tleceitrulrepresenuujOR
1 representation representationThe
The witness also testified that a Mr MrHyde MrHyde MrHytl
Hyde who claimed to represent the thesugar tbeugar thesugar
sugar interests Jntere < < a m Ih Henohriu H aided and andabetted andabetted andabetted
abetted abetted the ueount count hi n his representa representations reJN representations enta entatiolM ¬
tions of o being beI1JsheIr heir to o an Austrian A1I8UJanCor A1I8UJanCortUDe for fortune fortune ¬
tune tuneMr tUDeotr tuneMr
Mr otr Hanrelch states atAt that the count countwent COURtwlnt countwent
went to New York from San Francisco Franciscoand Fra Franciscoand o oand
and married n rrled a widow named Mrs Beck Beckand BeckaDd B Band
and after mingling In the fashionable fashionablesociety t8I fashionablesociety loRabIe loRabIese
society se lety there went to Paris and thence thenceto
to Leoben Austria in a big touch teucgfrgauto tou touauto touchauto
auto Returning to Paris it is alleged allegedthe allegedthe allegedthe
the count and his bride were ar arrested arree arreeed ¬
rested ree ed and extradited to Styria Austria AustriaThe AvetrlaThe AustriaThe
The arrest arret1It in Parts occurred last Oc OctoHer Ortoiler c ctoHer
toHer and since then the rase has at attracted attracted attracted ¬
tracted International attention by y the thealleged theal1eM thealleged
alleged fraudulent operations of the thecount Utent thecount
count nt
6t 6ti
i A Giant Undertaking I Ii Iv e
i v Beautiful new red pressed brick and andcolonial andcolonial
colonial houses housesthe the best house that thathas I Ihas
o has ever been offered for the money moneylocated I Ilocated
e located at at14th at14th I ISix +
14th and C Streets Ids NeE E
e ve ° v Six spacious rooms fullyappointed bath furnace furrl e heat large porches porchesdeepJalfds deep girdsONLY yards yardsBalance t
ONLY 206 CASH i iI
e ° Balance in monthly installments in of 2S50r Tvlici wh ch includes all interest f fIt rMarveIou
1 Marvelo v tli31ue u at a 3irOO I e eQ
Q It i 15 l cfnly the tremendotrs size SIze of this project that enables the builder too to tos sello sell sellat l lat
o at such ridiculously low prices pricesgs pricesEiiSample s sSample
gs EiiSample Sample house No o 303 Fourteenth Street N E open for inspection inspectionweek mspectionweek inspectionweek +
week days and SundaysComer Sundays SundaysCorner SundaysCorner
Corner Houses with eight fine rooms and an hot water heat for S3750 S3750Terms 3750tTerms 0
Terms 200 cash and balance in monthly payments of 2975 975 which includes includesall o oee
ee all interest interestA oe oeIL
WlllIGE IL I iE GIBBS DANIEL DAi I L Le i
e 603a05 13th 1 3th Street N W i iA
o s se
e A rebate of 5 to every purchaser rurcha r presenting this advertisement when inspecting the property propertyAND propenJe propertysos
e e sos +
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I We Will Offer For Sale 100 Choice Lois to the Highest iBidder iBidderThe Bidder BidderThe BidderI
I The celebrated Penny Pe ny Brothers known as the twin auctioneers will cry the thesale thesale
I sale saJ speaking speak ng at the same time and in the same tone of voice voiceMUSIC voiceI voiceDIUSIC
I MUSIC WILL BE FURNISHED BY PISTORIOS FAMOUS BAND BANDSIX BANDI
I II I I SIX PIGS AND SIX LAMBS WILL BE BARBECUED IN r THE THEGOOD THEGOOD THEGOOD
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Water Mains Ar Are Now Being Laid Along the Conduit Road and Through Our P Property Propertyn PropertyofficeRS erty ertyOffiCERS
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The police OIlce are today Investigating Jnv tipUn the thecomplaint tileoJftPI8Jnt thecomplaint
complaint of Miss di 8 C tharine Greene of ofFhUodeiphfe ofPf ofPndelphM5
FhUodeiphfe Pf who tjfc the police lee lastnight test testHtetot Ja t tJIIht
JIIht night that at she was robbed of eC S2 S yes yesterday YNterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon atter ooB willie While resting en a abeach alie abeach
beach lie eh In n the tbereservatioa reservation atSeVenth at Seeenth e UI an anPennsylvania and andPonnWivania IMI IMIP8
Pennsylvania P8 nia avenue avenueShe aveaueShe avenueShe
She says that she SL s dspped < K P < in I the park parkwhile parkwhile parkwhile
while visiting several downtown ntew stores storesajHl st stBAd storesand
BAd that after site had been there tllereslNJrt a asnort ashort
snort time a grarhnired hlllNd HUM ilia well welldressed welldressed welldressed
dressed took a seat beside 1te i ie her She Sheopened Sbepelted Sheopened
opened her handbag h she say 8 sara extract extracted trad tradell
e8 a n 1 Ibid bid which she pIAftII ataec aeal m bI hersrball her hersmall Iters
small s ta11 purse pursebench TIM bag shs be IaJ laid 0It the thebench thebench
bench beside be We her herIn IterIn herIn
In a short time the t man rose ro e and andwalked UMIIked andwalked
walked Iked away Later Miss Geese says saysshe sqrsshe saysshe
she had occasion to lee leek hibo h t > ber hand handbag hIuHIbag handbag ¬
bag and discovered t ooftrefl that her roll of ofmoney ormoney ofmoney
money was missing mtsetngA mte ta taA
A similar report r was made to the thepolice thepolice
police by Mrs C L Shepard ef 9K If Ifstr C Cstreet Gstrqet
street str t northwest She says sfca was wagsitting wasmttln wassittin
sitting mttln in Judiciary J Square yesterday yeeternaymorning y yesterdaymorning y yg
morning g sewtng that a man JRa andltuie andltuiegirl and Ilttl little littlegirl
girl came came and ocdtt occupied ded die bench benchWhen benchWhen
When they left she missed her sewing sewingwork sewIgbag
bag which eo contaiaed talaed piece of fancy laacywork fancywork
work a pair of scissors and a gold goldthimble goldthimble
thimble
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also al o have ave several yera GadskJ rgcords r fOr cor < < i L > < TFupih5 T Tpupil TJpib
pupil have taken a great Interest Interestthe tat eras t tthe r rtbe
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Another ADOth r innovation in the HIMcettree m HIM mTeore 1 1course
course was the formation of a lar larchorus la laclIoras 1achorus
chorus at Central High Higll8dIoo1 School T Tchorus Tchorus P Pehonu
chorus will do work outsfcde ou regul regulschool reguschool g1 g1sebool
school hours h and a sd will willYe Be aVaflabp Vailai > lp f fschool f8Cbool fschool
school and public pul llc occasions CMfa81e wh whsingers r r rslngera r rsingers
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Reasons Why You Should Buy in inCHEVY inCHEVY inCHEVY
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