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THE WASHINGTON TIMES THrRSDAY THrR DAY OCTOBER 6 1910 3
I MERCHANTS FIGHT FIGHTNAVAL FIGHTNAVALCOMMISSARY
NAVAL NAVALCOMMISSARY NAVALCOMMISSARYWashington CO 1ISSARY 1ISSARYWashington
Washington and Annapolis AnnapolisChambers AnnapolisChambers I
Chambers of Commerce CommerceCondemn CommerceCondemn CommerceCondemn
Condemn New Policy PolicyMEANS Policy11EANS PolicyMEANS
MEANS BIG LOSS LOSSTO LOSSTO
TO RETAIL DEALERS DEALERSHoped DEALERSHoped DEALERSl
Hoped l ioped to Get Congress Congressto to Fore Forestall Forestall Forestall
stall Establishment of Mili Military Military Military ¬
tary Stores StoresAt
At the t next meeting of the Chamber Chamberof Chamberof
of Commerce C nu erce that body will be asked askedto aakedto askedto
to indorse resolutions protesting against asainatthe againstthe apirwtthe
the poMcy of the Navy Nav Department of ofosiabtteMng orSlabuld ofestabhhtng
osiabtteMng > Slabuld naval INl val commissary comm NMlry storm in inWashington inaabl inWashington
Washington aabl toa Annapolis and other cities olUeswhere citieswhere cItIeshere
where here there th < > re are ar4 navy n yards or navy navystations naytitatlOM navystations
stations stationsThis titatlOMThili stationsThis
This was determined at a meeting of ofthe otthe ofthe
the board of directors of the Chamber Chamberof
of Commerce Commeroe yesterday afternoon when whenJoseph when whenJoseph whenJoseph
Joseph Strasburger for the Retail Mer MerchanU Merchant Merchant
chant chant Association A aoclation offered the follow following fOllowibg following ¬
ing resolutions which he stated had hadbeen hallbeen hadbeen
been adopted by b the chamber of commerce com commerce commerce ¬
merce of Annapolis AnnapolisFormal AnnapolisFormal AnnapolisFormal
Formal Protest ProtestWhereas ProtestWhereas ProtestWhereas
Whereas it is the announced inten intention Intention intention ¬
tion of tho Navy Department to estab establish o catabIish tab tabUsb ¬
lish first in Washington and afterward afterwardat rward
at Annapolis and other navy yards and andnaval andnaval
naval stations throughout the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States commissary stores through throughwhich throughhlch throughwhich
which hlch the department proposes to sup supply supJ3 supply ¬
ply J3 to officers and men of the navy navyand m mand
and Marine Corps provisions clothing clothingand cloth InS InSand
and other household an and ant family famll articles articlesnow articlesnoW articlesnow
now furnished by established e tabUshed retail retailstores retailatores retailstores
stores at reasonable and Just prices pricesand pricMand pricesand
and andWheraas
Whereas the department proposes to tosupply tosupply tosupply
supply these articles at cost thus mak making makIng making ¬
ing it impossible for merchants to compete com compete compete ¬
pete for this business or to continue In
business whore it Is now derived from fromnaval fromnayal from fromnaval
naval and Marine Corps attaches now
be it therefore thereforeResolved thereforcResolved thereforeResolved
Resolved by b the Washington Cham ¬
ber of Commerce and the Annapolis
Chamber of Commerce That the estab e tab ¬
lishment of such commissary stores in inthose inthc inthese
those or other cities where there is no noactual noactual noactual
actual need for them is an unjust en encroachment encroachment encroachment ¬
croachment upon the rights of mer merchants merchants merchants ¬
chants that it is a policy of pajernal pfernal1sm
Ism In government entirely foreign to lothe totbe tothe
the ideals of the Constitution that It t
Is a step toward military domination dominationand dominationand dominationand
and that there exists no necessity ne < e lt or orexcuse orxcuse orexcuse
excuse > for such action and be it t fur ¬
ther therResolved thtrllesolved therResolved
Resolved That copies of these resolu resolutions resolutions resolutions ¬
tions be forwarded to merchants and andother andother andother
other commercial organizations through throughout throughout throughout ¬
out the United Unit States Stat B with wl h the request requestthat requestthat requestthat
that influence be brought to bear upon upontheir uponthElr upontheir
their several Representatives and Sen Senators Senatos Senators ¬
ators to prohibit by legislation the pro proposed proOsed proposed ¬
posed Osed commissary commlS88 store policy of the theNavy theay theNary
Navy ay Department and that a copy be besent beEtnt
sent to the Secretary of the Navy NavyPresident Nav NavPresident NavyPresident
President Is Thanked ThankedResolutions ThankedResolutions ThankedResolutions
Resolutions were adopted at the meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing yesterday for transmission to Presi President President Prestdent ¬
dent Taft expressing the the appreciationat appreciation appreciationof
of the Chamber for the appointment app lRtment of ofa ota ofa
a local man to be postmaster po tmaater of the tbecity thecity thecity
cityIranville city
Iranville ranville Hunt chairman of the con convention connnUon contention ¬
vention committee secured an appro appropriation appropriatlon appropriation ¬
priation of E140 100 for the entertainment of ofthe of1he
the Brotherhood of Lx Locomotive > comotive Engtneersz Kngl Knglneers Englneer
neersz neers meeting which Is to be held in inWashington InWashlngton inWashington
Washington October 39 2 to SL SLMr SLIr 31 31Mr
Mr Ir Hunt also outlined to the Chamher Cham Chamber Chamber ¬
ber the proposed plans for a military nttlitarynatal militarynaval ulmtaryDayal
naval and aeronautic tournament He Heeaid HeSaid H
Said it had received the support upport of Dr DrA DrF DrA
A F Zahn secretary of the Aer Aerclub Aero AeroXf AeroFlub o
Flub and also of Assistant Secretar Secretarof Secretary Secretaryof
of War Var General Oliver and Commo Commod Commodore
d dore re Ryan of the Aero Ro Reserve erve The Theboard Theboard Th Thboard e
board expressed e3pre ed approval of the project projectand projectand projecand t
and promised Mr Hunt necessary neces8a sup suppcrt supPCfie supe
> PCfie pcrt pcrtThe
The Th Thetton e trophy purchased by b the avia aviation avlation ¬
tion committee for presentation to th thAero the theAero theAero e
Aero Scientific Club was displayed dlspla ed at atthe atthe a athe t
the meeting It is a large punch bowl bowlof bowlot bowlof
of silver on an ebony pedestal It i ito is isto Isto
to be the Chamber of Commerce trophy trophyat trophyat
at the coming amateur aviation meet meetat DedtatColle nee neeat t
at atColle College < < e Park ParkThe PArkThe ParkThe
The directors also appropriated Si 50 O fo foatrophy for fora tora r
a atrophy trophy to be presented to the Wash Washington Washington ah ahil1lton ¬
ington Horse Show Association for com competition compfUtJon cospetition ¬
petition n nLeague at the show at American AmericanLeague AmoricanIftague zz
League Park on October 25 and 2 2The 26 26The 26The
The president pre ldent was authorized to ap appoint appoint appoint ¬
point delegates to the Southern Com Commercial CommfOrclal Commercial ¬
mercial Congress to be held at At Atlanta Atlanta AtTanta ¬
lanta October 29 and an invitation to tojoin tojoin t tjoin o oas
join the National Municipal League w waccepted was wasaccepted wasaccepted as
accepted acceptedThe acceptedANACOSTIA acceptedF
F ANACOSTIA CHURCH CHURCHWANTS CHURCHANTSPREACHEF
WANTS ANTSPREACHEF ANTSPREACHEFThe PREACHER PREACHERThe
The Rev Warner E Ward to toOfficiate toOfficiate t tOfficiate p
Officiate for Episcopal EpiscopalCongregation EpiscopalCongregation EpiscopalCongregation
Congregation CongregationWASHINGTON CongregationWASHINGTO CongregationWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON TIMES TI ES BUREAUANACOSTIA BUREAU BUREAUAXACOSTIA BUREAUA
AXACOSTIA A ACOSTIA D C OCT 6In 6 6In 6In
In the absence of any regularly regularlysigned as assigned assigned ¬
signed minister to act as th the rector rectorof rectoror rectoof asr r
of their church the members of the thecongregation thecongregation thecongregation
congregation of the Esther E Memorial MemorialProtestant MemorialProtestant IemorlalProtestant
Protestant Episcopal Church have un undertaken undertaken ¬
dertaken to obtain the services t tem temporarily temporarll em emorarily un ¬
porarily orarily at least of the Rev Re Warner WarnerB WarnerWard rarnar rarnarE
B Ward ard of Newburg N 1 Y He hasaccepted has hasaccepted hasaccepted
accepted an invitation to officiate in the thechurch thechurch
church Sunday Sunda and to remain a n visitorin visitor visitorIn isltor isltorin
In the town during the week at theexpiration the theexpiration theexpiratIon
expiration of which he will again oc occupy ocC1JPY occupy ¬
cupy the pulpit Bishop Harding is ab absent absent absent ¬
sent in Cincinnati attending a convention conven convention convention ¬
tion and when he returns to this city citythe citythe citythe
the people of the Congress Congre Heights Heightschurch Heightshurch Heightschurch
church intend to take up with him theseveral the theseveral theseeral
several questions involving their status statusone statusone statusone
one of which will be the subject subjectassignment of the theassignment theaS8 theasstment
aS8 assignment nmont of a minister ministerMiss ministerln minlsterMiss
Miss ln s Louise Coomes of W street en entertained entertaiMd ontertatned ¬
tertained a company of young oung friends friendsat friendsat
at a party Tuesday evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The Indies Aid Socl Society t of the Metho Methodist Methodllt Methodist ¬
dist Episcopal E Itlcopal Church of Congress Congresschurch CongressHeights CongressHeights
Heights gave ave its annual chicken dinner dinnerIn dinnerin
In the Sunda Sunday schoolroom school room ot thechurch the thehurc
church hurc on Nichols avenue Tuesday Tuesdayafternoon Tuesdayatttrnoon Tuesdayafternoon
afternoon and evening evenln Several hun hundred hunclred hundred ¬
dred people attended the affair affairMilton affairlIton affairMilton
Milton lIton Marshall a fourteenyearold fourteenyearoldschoolboy fourteenyearoldschoolboy ourteenyearoldschoolboy
schoolboy has disappeared from hishome his hishome hIshome
home on T street Hlllsdale and thepolice the thepolice thepolice
police have been asked to find him himNOT himNOT himNOT
NOT A CANDIDATE CANDIDATETAMPA CANDIDA CANDIDATETAMPA TE TETAllPA
TAMPA Fla Oct 6 6In in a telegram telegramreceived telegrarnrecchod telegramreceived
received here today too a Gov Go Albert AlbertGUchrlst W WGllchrist WGilchrist
Gllchrist said that he would not underany under underany underany
any circumstances be a candidatefor candidateforthe candidate for forthe forthe
the office of United States Senator to tosucceed tosucceed
succeed the late Senatorelect N PBroward Pi PiBroxvard P PBrowar
Broxvard Browar Browart < <
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MERCHANTS FRAME RULES RULESTO RULESTO
TO GOVERN BUSINESS
I
Throw Restrictions About AboutGeneral AboutI AboutGeneral
I General Conduct of Trade TradeIn TradeIn TradeIn
In Capital CapitalRetail CapitalRetail CapitalRetail
Retail merchants who ho have been In Interested interested intoreated ¬
terested in the plans of the newly newlyformed newlyforpted newlyformed
formed forpted association alocl assootttion ton to put the trade on abetter a abetter abotter
better basis In Washington today tlda ex expressed expressed oxressed ¬
pressed p ressed themselves as highly high pleaseda pleased pleasedwitn pl ased asedwltu
witn a ltrz the action taken at the meeting of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Retail Merchants Association heldat held heldat heldat
at the Chamber of a Commerce last night nightIt nightIt nightIt
It is now assorted that nothing stands standsIn standsIn standsin
In the way wa of successfully 1Iuccesstull carrying out outthe outtho outthe
the purposes of the organization and of ofbringing otbrining ofbringing
bringing into membership every Import Important ImpQrtant Important ¬
ant merchant in the city cityBent clt cltBont cityBent
Bent on thrashing out the proposed proposedrules proposoorule proposedrubs
rules rule and regulations and adopting n nset nset nset
set for the guidance of the th body the themerchants themerchants themerchants
merchants last night remained in ses session session session ¬
sion until midnight with the result that thata
a L working organization was formed formedEvery fOldOiEvery formalEvery
Every rule as it was read r d provoked dIP dlrcuseion dIPcUNlon dbcueetoa
cuseion and none was adopted until it ithad ithad ithad
had been fully full consideredFrame considered consideredFrame consIderedFrame
Frame Governing Rules RulesToday RuIesToday RulesToday
Today every rule with the Exception Exceptionof excepton exceptonof
of those restricting members In contri contributions contrIbutions auirlbuttons ¬
butions and advertising goes into ef effect e efeet ¬
fect and in ninety days da s these rules rulesalso rulesalso rulesalso
also become ecome effective The rules ex except e ecotted excepted ¬
cept cotted ed areo are areNo areI
I No o member of this association shall shallsign ohallsign nhal1slI1
sign any an paper or agreement circulatedfor circulated circulatedfor circulatedfar
for signatures affecting the retail trade1n trade tradein tradeIn
in general until the same has been sub submitted submltted submitted ¬
mitted to and received the approval of ofthe otthe ofthe
the executive committeeNo committee committeeXo committeeNo
No member of this association shall shalladvertise shalladertlse shalldvertise
advertise a in or on anything unless the theproposition tb tbpropo theroposition
proposition propo p lUon has > the approval of the ex executive executlV axecuth ¬
ecutive a committee with wtlr tviththe the exceptionor exception exceptionof exception
of newspapers street cars bill boardstheater boards boardstheater bOflrdstheater
theater programs city directory tele telephone telephone talehone ¬
phone p hone dilatory dlM dlr tor tory and publications enter entered enterd nter ntercd ¬
ed a d as secord class mail matterNo matter matterNo matterNo
No number of thin association shall shallpurchase shallJmrchase shallpurchase
purchase any an tickets for any excursion excursionbenefit excursionbenefit ccurslonbenefit
benefit fair or similar entertainment entertainmentsent
sent in by mall or otherwise unsolicited unsolicitedunless un uneoltcltedunless olfclted olfcltedunlSs
unless the th > same has the Indorsement ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the executive committee committeeNo committeeNo committeeNo
No member shall consider any an dona donation donation donation ¬
tion or subscription scheme of any kindWHAT kind kindStatus kindWHAT
WHAT IS A NEGRO NEGROCOURTS NEGROCOURTSPROBLEM
COURTS COURTSPROBLEM COURTSPROBLEMStatus PROBLEM PROBLEMStatus
Status of Black to Be Deter Determined Determined Determined ¬
mined In School Fight FightYear FightYear FightYear
Year Old OldWhat OldWhat OldWhat
What constitutes a negro In the theUnited theunited thenited
United U nited States is a II problem that bat was wasset wasset wasset
set for argument before the Court of ofAppeals otAppeals o oAppeals f
Appeals of the District for today t d > but butit bu t
it 1 will v nl not be b reached before tomorrow tomorrow tomor tenorrots ¬
row or nccct day dayXo da daKodoubt dayAodoubt
Kodoubt Xo doubt the question quo questionwill tfon Trill be beiCr beiCrrIoo < car carrlod carrigid
rigid through the Hnlt United d States Su Supreme S Spreme Stipeens ¬
preme peens Court no matter what what decision decisionthe decisIonthe decisionthe n
the Court of Appeals A pea1s renders as a the thequestion thoquestion th thquestion
question has never been adjudicated adjudicatedin adjudicaten d
in n the court of last resort re ort and it in involves involve inolves ¬
volves v olves an important problem in th thpublic the thepublic thepUblic e
public school affairs in the District DistrictMuch DistrIctMuch DistricMuch t
Much interest int re t is manifested Jnanlfe t by by attor attorneys attorneys attorHeys ¬
neys and officials of claJs over the action actionThe actionThe Uon UonThe
The case had its inception in tho thodismissal thodiemll theismissal
dismissal d of eightyearold el htCILr01d Isabel I IWall IVall
Wall the daughter of Stephen Wall Wallan Wallan Wallan
an employe in the Government Print Printing Printing Printng ¬
ing i ng Office O ke from the Brookland public publicschool publIcschoOl c
school a year ago on the grounds that thatshe thatshe
she was w a negro It Having been de declared declared dethat ¬
clared that she had 11S 11Inogro negro blood bloodin bloodin
in her veins Miss Ml s Lyttle the prin principal prIncipal prtncipal ¬
cipal of the school first ordered the thewithdrawal the1lthdraal th e
withdrawal of the girl from school schooland schooland schooland
and she was sustained by b Superin Superintendent Superintendent Superlnt ¬ =
tendent te o of Schools Stuart StuartAfter StuartAftar
After Afterapproved ohe the th he Board oard o of Education had hadapproved hadapproved ha hate d
approved the action of Superintendent SuperintendentStuart SuperinteDdentSluart
Stuart Wall ralt moo a petition for a writ writof vTitof wri wriof i
of mandamus to compel thp th Board of ofEducation otEducation o f
Education to admit the child to the theBrockland theBrookJand th thBrookiand e
Brockland school Justice Wright deGlazed de declared declared ¬
clared that the board would first have haveto hueto hav havto e
to fix the racial status of the child < hUd B Bto By Bya Bya er
a vote 0 0school ot to of S to S the board decided deed fa for forschool Corchool r
school purposes pu the Wall child is a anegro anegro
negro negroAgain negroAgain negroAgain
Again the case case was brought before beforeJustice beforeJustice befor1ustice e
Justice Wright and he handed down downbis downhis dew dewhis
his decision officially otficia y establishing e tabll hlng the theracial therac1al th thracial e
racial status of the th little girl as a negr negrJohn negro negroJohn neJroJohn 0
John Ridout represents Wall and Sta Staton Staiii Staiiiton St
ton C Peelle Assistant District Attrr Attrrnev At Attcney r
ney appears for fo the Board of Educa Education Ed1lcatlon Ed i ition ¬
tion tionThe The Wall family famll lives at 109 9 Twen Twentieth Twentieth Two Twotleth n ¬
tieth street northwest Walt 1t has d ddared de declared declared ¬
clared that If the decision of Justice JusticeWright JusUl JustlcWright e eYrlht
Wright Is upheld by b the Court of Ap Appeals Appeals A Apeals ¬
peals an appeal will be taken to the themo th thmoa e
moa mo emaadng sas S l81S Pa panUil panUilGIRL PaIiu IUfl IUflGIRL n
GIRL STRANGLES DOG DOGNEW DOGNEW DOGNEW
NEW YORK October 6 6Taklng Taking Takingsilk a asilk asilk
silk belt from around her waist Mary MaryHampton Ma Mar MarHampton MaryHampton
Hampton eighteen years old strangled strangledinto strangledInto strangleInto d
into unconsciousness unconsciousness a bulldog which whichhad whichhad whic h
had attacked her her hersister sister Anna agetl agetlfourteen agelfourteen ag e < 1
fourteen and Thomas McNulty Annas AnnasMIse Anna S SMiss
Miss 186 Hamptons bravery every member memberof memberot mesh meshof er
of tho household would have been torn tornby tornby to toby rn
by the savage animal When It was wasall wasan wa waall s
all over the girls fainted
Rules Which Will Govern GovernMerchants GovernMercnants GovernMerchants
Merchants MerchantsJTo
No members allowed to sign agreements agree agreements agreement ¬
ments or papers affecting retailtrade retail retailtrade retailtratle
trade without the approval of ofexecutive ofexecuthc ofexecutive
executive committee committeeo committeeNo
So > o member shall haUadTertllle advertise In other otherthan otherthan otherthan
than recognized medium without withoutexecutive withoutexecuthc withoutexecuthe
executive committees approval approvalo approvalNo
> No o member shell hnll consider donations dona donations tloaotlon8 ¬
tions or subscription schemes not notapproved notaltproed notapproved
approved approvedPenalty altproedPenaIt approvedPenalty
Penalty PenaIt of 525 s provided for infractlon Infrac Infraction Infraction ¬
tion of certain rules rulrnfor rulelltor rulesfor
for any purpose unless the same has hasthe hasthe hasthe
the approval of the executive commit committee committee ¬
tee teeThe The penalty clause oaU e for the infraction infractionof
of the rules also becomes effective in inninety Innlnet inninety I
ninety nlnet days and reads readsA readsA readsA
A penalty of not more than J25 25 shall shallbe shallbe shalle
be b e imposed upon any an member of o theassociation the theassociation theaSHclation
association in case jot of infraction of rules rulesten rolyten rule ruleten
ten and eleven elevenSeek eleonSeek elevenSeek
Seek More Members MembersThese MembersThese MembersThese
These are the rules Just quoted It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was over these rules that the mostspirited most mostspirited mostI
I spirited discussion of the evening took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place They The were finally adopted adoptedunanimously adopteduaanimousi adoptedunanimoualy
unanimously but It was determined that thatthey thatthey thatfifes
they be suspended sUflp Rdeti for ninety days In Inorder Inorder n norder
order that an opportunity toe b furnished furnishedto
to bring into intoUte the organization 9tgan1 atlQu additional additionalmembers addtllonalmembers addttlonalmembers
members and thus to make the rules rulesenforcement rulesenforcement rulesenforcement
enforcement effective effectiveThe estectlveThe effectiveThe
The proposed credit and collection bu bureau bureau bureau ¬
reau was discussed and determinedupon determined determinedupon determinedupon
upon uponJoseph uponJ uponJoseph
Joseph J h Straaburger presided prealdedaad resldedand and among amongthose amongthOlle amongthose
those who took part in the discussionswere discussions discussionswere d13cusslonswere
were R P Andrews M A A Lease A O OHutterly OHutterly 0Hutterly
Hutterly Slyer FeHhelmor G Gerson GersonNorditager rson rsonNordliBger rsonXordllngr
NordliBger A D Prince Alfred Mayer MayerIaac MayerIsaac Iaero IaeroIpac
Isaac Cans Joseph Schenker AV WXorman WNorman W WNorman
Norman L 1 A Goldhelm and AL M Eteen Eteeni EUienmann Eisenmann
i mann mannAccident mannDARKNESS
DARKNESS DARKNESSOVER SHROUD SHROUDCITY
CITY OVER AN HOUR HOURAccident HOURAccident
Accident At Power StationShuts Station StationShuts StationShuts
Shuts Off Electric Lights LightsDamage LightsDamage LightsDamage
Damage Repaired RepairedThe
The repairing of the tbeturbine turbine at the theBanning theBenning theBenning
Benning power station of the Wash Washington WashIngton ¬
ington Railway Ral1wa and an Electric Com Company Company ¬
pany tt which hieh was responsible for the thedarkners thedarknocs thedarkness
darkness that spread over the clt cltlae cltIn cILt cILtlaettrztght
laettrztght lae In tonight t lgllt for over au a hour waft as com completed completed conplated ¬ =
pleted this morning
The tu turbine bln shortcircuited In the theearly thearly
early arly part of tle evening and instant instantly Instantly instantly ¬
ly the citys Illuminating power wasshut was wasshut wasshut
shut off almost completely complete Most o of ofthe otthe
the car lines llne8in in the city the Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more Washington and Annapolis Annapoliscars Annapoliscars
cars were tied up for over an hour hourGas hourGas
Gas was available in n most places but butthe butlht butthe
the moviiHr movl picture parlors and other otherplaces otherplaces tt1cr tt1crplsctS
places of amusement which hleh were de dependent dependent dependent ¬
pendent upon electrical ele < trical power sustained sustaineda
a low lowRain loss 10MRkin lossRain
Rain checks were distributed c1lstributed to tothousands toI
thousands of disappointed 1l ppohated patrons and sadthe andthe an4the
I the doors wore closed until the light was wasI wasrestored i irestored
I restored The power came back just in inrtime IntimE intime
rtime timE for the If lure rse theaters th ters whose man managers managers managora
agers had despaired de paJred of beinsr b DS able to put puton puton
on their shows showsSPEEDY showsI showsSPEEDY
I SPEEDY G A R ACTION ACTIONPLEASES
i PLEASES PLEA ES MELROY MELROYBoard MELROYBoard
Board of Inquiry to Soon Investi Investigate Investigate ¬
gate Charges Against Wash Washington Washington
ington Veteran VeteranCoL VeteranCoL VeteranC0L
CoL John McElroy McElroy15 is today much muchpleased muchple
pleased ple sed over the prospects of having havinga
a speedy Investigation of derogatoryrumors derogatory derogatoryrumors derogatoryrumors
rumors which resulted in his hi with withdrawal withdrawal ¬
drawal as a candidate e ndldato for the office offlcoof ottlc ottlccommandernchlef
of commander commandernchlef nchief of the Grand GrandArmy GrandArm GranoArmy
Army Arm of the th e Republic at the recent en encampment encampment ¬
campment at Atlantic AtJ ntlc City CityHe CityHe
He is in In possession of a letter from fromS
I
S R Van Sant ant past commanderln commanderlnchief commanderInchief I Ichief
chief G A R stating that a board boardof boardof boar
of o Inquiry will be selected wlthi within a afew
few days daysIt da dapsIt 8 8It
It Is expected that a part of the In Investigation Investlgatlon Investigation ¬
vestigation will be hold In Washington WashingtonPLENTY j jPLENTY
jI I
PLENTY OF WATER HERE HEREAuthorities HEREAuthorities HEREAuthorities
Authorities today stated there Is s no nodanger nodanger
danger of a water famine in Wash Washington WashIngton ¬
ington as a consequence of the Ions Ionsdrought 10nJdrought
drought Superintendent Hardy of ofthe otthe
the filtration plant said the Potomac
Is In no danger of becoming too low lowand lowand
and that the drought has actually Improved im improved improved ¬
proved the quality of water
r I
Discretion e SCr + 1on e eSCr in inFood inFood
i
Food an and Drink DrinkMarks DrinkMarks
Marks the Wise Man ManSuch ManSuch ManSuch
Such men live simply simplySome simplySome simplySome
Some wise men Ja a good many eat eatGrapeNuts eatGrapeNuts eatGrapeNuts
GrapeNuts GrapeNutsand
and Cream CreamTheres Creamy
y Theres a Reason ReasonPostum
Postum Cereal Company Company Ltd Battle Creek < Mich Mlebcv
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JUDGE HATTERS SHATTERSIDEALS HATTERSmEALS
mEALS OF JOSE JOSEHaitian JOSEHaitian
Haitian Gets New Impres Impression Impression Impression ¬
sion of America on onVisit onVisit onVisit
Visit to Court CourtJose CourtJose CourtJose
Jose Santos alias J Joe o Darling who whosays wbosas whosays
says that Hartl is his 11 birthplace blrt e and andthat aDdthat andthat
that he came to this country eight eightyears eightyears eightfears
years ago and amid adopted the name of ofDarling orDarllng ofDarling
Darling becads beca seft jt had a sweet > > soundwas sound soundwas IOaOOwas
was arraigned In the Police Court lbfore he hefore Mtore
fore Judge Mullownr today to ay on a charge chargeof ehargect chargeet
of running an unlicensed bar barJose 1arJose barJose
Jose who ho fairly emanate good humor humorand hUlDOrand humorand
and gratitude to his feHowro fellowmen n told toldthe toldthe I Ithe
the judge all about the offeww ott lUle and he hesaid hesaid hegeld
said that It was the first time that he
had ever been up before the court and andthat aadthat
that he deed not fink de judge would wouldmlnf 1oultlmin wouldmin
min eat he took a belle smoke smokeWherewith smokeWherewith ke keherewith
Wherewith herewith jo Jose drew dre from the re regions regions regions ¬
gions of his hip a package or yellow yellowpapers
papers papers added a bag of tobacco and andcalmly aftdcalmly andcalmly
calmly proceeded to roll rolls a cigarette cigaretteBut cigaretteBut cigaretteBut
But the judge did mind and Jos Joswas JON JONwas Josewas
was informed that the smoking mokU room roomfor roomtor roostfor
for gentlemen was as on the fleet fl floor
but that he could not with the thephaeis ena enapha51s etas
phaeis on the not sleeks in court rt So Sowith Sowith Sowith
with an air of regret and despondency
Jose J oee replaced his hI smoking materials materialsand 1nterta1aand materialsand
and proceeded to tell teil the court bow
it happened happenedWell happenedWell happenedWeil
Well your honalre it was like tbees tbeesThees theeaThees
Thees lady here indicating one of the thenegro Utenogro thenegro
negro women who had tesUned that thatJose thatJose I
Jose had sold her a 8 bottle of liquor oa oaSunday OftSunday onSunday
Sunday last was 88 tarry kind to tovairy me mevairy meyairy
vairy kind indeed She Beam up to me meand meand meand
and she ask me eef I can JtMV v her a
drink of wljeoskey keT and I say a yes and
den she geev m me II quarter weeth w weethscratch th thscratch a ascratch
scratch on it in return for the whseand wheeskey wbee ey
and den wen a cop come and arrest me meshe meshe insshe
she laugh at heem and tell heem that
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arrest me just the same and JId brim bring me
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six months he almost alln t fainted faintedAh tall1tedh faultedih
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have been stung I have hav been pe peendMd peendMdand peen peenand nched nchedand shed
and now I have hay been stung ahnhhr a hh
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his cell eel II Jose saw his ideals of this new newcountry newcountry ne necountry
country shattered at every step
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WOOES OOES FOR 32 YEARS YEARSTHEN YEARSTHEN
THEN WEDS COUSIN COUSINBaltimore COUSINBaltimore
Baltimore Couple Keeping KeepingCompany KeepingCompany KeepingCompany
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ever since we were sixteen years of age ageWe agew ageWe
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to get married Will VIlI you perform the theceremony thecerelDOllY theceremony
ceremony cerelDOllYWIUtaat ceremonyW111taat ceremonyWilliam
William H Mask uk aged fortyeight fortyeightyears tortyelibtyrs fortyeightyears
years of Baltimore walked into the thestudy theudy thestudy
study udy of Rev Dr Samuel H Woodrow Woodrowat
at the First Congregational Church Churchand ChurchaJMI Churchand
and vouchsafed the foregoing in information Intonnatlol1 n nformation ¬
formation > Mr Cr r Mack was accompanied accompaniedfcy accompaniedby
by the blushing blua tnJ Miss Annie E White Whitehunt Whitehuret Whitehurst
hunt fortyfour years old who nodded noddedapproval noddedapproval noddedapproval
approval when her husbandtobe re remarked remarked remarked ¬
marked upon the flight of time Thetwo The Thetwo Tbstwo
two are first cousins cousinsDr eou8tDSDr eouainsDr
Dr voodrow h t eocicow agreed that a thirty thirtyyear thtrt thtrtyear thirtyyear
year courtship cour lblp might well be terminateby terminate terminatedby
by 1 y a marriage maniA contract Then from fromfore fromfore rOlft rOlfttore
fore of habit bit the minister asked the theusual theuuaI theuensi
usual questionAr questions questionsAre qe tkntt tknttAre
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you legal age Have you youever youever youever
ever been married before beforeMr betwer beforeMs
Mr r Mask and Miss Wbltehurst said saidyes saidyes
yes 7 and ad no their glaae glances indicating tncllcaUn tncllcaUnthat
that some e questk us required by the laware law laware laware
are entirely supeiftuous supeiftuousDr super Iuous IuousDr SuousDr
Dr Woodrow roodrow gaduatly go duahy progressed tothat to tonounoed tothat
that part of the ceremony which pro pronounced O OnOUDeeCl
nounoed the two husband hW5btlDdaDd > aad wife wifea and anda anda
a romance roma e begun when we were wereteen six sixn
teen n had culmirated as most all ro romances romances romance ¬
mances doMr do doMr doo
o Mr Mask Ka k and his bride announced
i their intention to return to Baltimore Baltimore1DuIMdtately
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a moderate ntte fee He H hesitated a nx tnJment m
I meat and then seemed to grow more morecratefol moretetul moregrateful
grateful cratefolMaybe tetul tetulMa7be
Maybe that isnt ism t enough said Sir Mrflask rr
Mask I I wilt se send d ye you some more I Iexpect 1expect Iexpect
expect when I get back Ok to Baltimore
The two Ant cousins then took tfaer thE
departure departureThey departureThey
They came over from the Maryland l lcity i icity I Ielty
city yesterday y rday fur f r th the dual purpos purposor pUtp0Sof purprsseeing
or seeing aeetn < < the Capital and of ending tnc1 endr r
their long courtship Owing to the age ageof ag
of the couple Dr Woodrow asked no noquestion noi noiQuestion nl nlqUt
Question qUt don that might tend to show If
there were parental objections it can
hardly be called an elopement elopementPRIME elopementPRI1iE
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Mo Ai 0 June 6 1910 191
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