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Gained Monopoly M nopoly In Certain CertainSection Cert CertainSection in inSection
Section Then Cut Prices PricesIs PricesIs PricesIs
Is Accusation AccusationCHARGE AccusationCHARGE AccusationCHARGE
Farmers Forced to Retire From FromDairy FromDairy FromDairy
Dairy Business By Decreased DecreasedRevenue DecreasedRevenue DecreasedRevenue
Revenue RevenueThat RevenueThat RevenueThat
That Washington VLshlnrton dealers and ont the theHealth thoHealth theHealth
Health Department are responsible re pon lble for forthe forthe forthe
the shortage of milk shipments from fromVirginia frOMVirginia fromVirginia
Virginia was the statement made today todayby todll todllby todayby
by milk producers from nearby coun counties countIes counties ¬
ties who are in Washington awaiting awaitingthe awaitingthe awaitingthe
the hearing before the District Commis Commissioners CommllJsioners Commissloners ¬
sioners next Thursday ThursdayThe Thursda ThursdaThe ThursdayThe
The farmers say that several Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington dealers d alers gained control of the themilk Ulemilk themilk
milk supply in certain sections and they theyname theyname theyname
name one dealer in particular p rtlcular who is a amember amember amember i
member of the Milk Dealers Deal en Associa Association Association Association ¬
tion and then proceeded to cut prices pricesThis pricesThis pricelJThis
This procedure had the effect they sayof say sayof sayot
of driving men out of tho milk business businessbefore businessbefore businessbefore
before the Health Department began beganIts beganIts beganIts
Its campaign = amPR1 n that the dealers blame for forthe forthe forthe
the present famine famineThis famlnlThis famineThis
This charge Indicated the widening wideningbreach wideningbrea wideningbreach
breach brea < h between the dealers and pro producers producers producers ¬
ducers whccl which became known known yesterday yesterdaywhen yesterdaywhen esterdaywhen
when representatives repro entathes of the two bodies bodiestried boclotried bodiestried
tried to get together on the plan of campaign cam campaign campaIgn ¬
paign for the hearing Thursday ThursdayIllustration ThundayIllustration ThursdayIllustration
Illustration Cited CitedThe CitedThe CitedThe
The decrease dcrea e in the number of milk milkproducers milkpl01ucers milkproducers i
producers along the Bluemont branch branchof branchot branchof
of the Southern railway is cited ac au auinstance auInstance aninstance
instance of the alleged operations of theWa the theWashington theV8J
Wa Washington V8J > hlngton milk menThe men menThe menThe
The supply along alon that branch wnich wTiichformerly wnichformerly w ich ichformerly
formerly seat hundreds of gallons into intoWashington Into1Vashlngton intoWashington
Washington dally one producer said to today toda today ¬
day da was formerly fontcrl controlled by a prom prominent prominent prominent ¬
inent dairyman who ho when he had hadmade hadmade hadmade
made contracts for six months or 01 a ayear a ao1r ayear
year o1r sent circular letters to all pro producers producers producers ¬
ducers saying yll that s cut of 2 cents centswould centswould centswould
would have to be made on the wholesale whole wholesale hOlt hOltsale ¬
sale price paId for the ensuing months monthsThis monthsThlB monthsThis
This procedure D edurc was as repeated it was wasstated wasstated wasstated
stated for several years yearsThe yearsThe ears earsThe
The supply sUP > was net then so short as asnow a ano anow
now no and the farmers found trouble in ingetting InJett1n ingetting
getting other buyers for their milk so soin io xoin iojn
in many case ca cas r they had to waste Rate two twoor twoor twoor
or three weeks supply while they the thehunted
hunted another market or had to submit sub submit stlbmit ¬
mit to the cut rate rateIn rateIn rateIn
In Bluemont Region RegionFleet RegionFleflt RegionFleet
Fleet James Jr a prominent young youngfarmer yourtbfanner youngfarmer
farmer from near Round Hill Va Vathrew Vathrew Vathrew
threw some light today tQdQ on the situation situationIn situation situationIn
In the Bluemont region re ion of Virginia VirginiaIn VirginiaMIn
MIn In addition to the severe regula regulations regulations regulations ¬
tions of the Health Department D partment I be ¬
lieve stud Mr James that a score scoreor scoreor scoreor
or more producers in that section of ofTxjudoun ofJoudoun ofLoudoun
Txjudoun county which lies along tho thoBluemont thoDluemont theBluemont
Bluemont branch of the Southern Southernrailroad Southernrailroad outhernrailroad
railroad have quit the business be because because because ¬
cause of a prominent Washington Washingtondealer Washlngtondealer Washingtondealer
dealer who as a few years ea1S ago con controlled controlled controlled ¬
trolled the milk situation situatlonln in that re region region region ¬
gion gionThis
This dealer in the days when milk milkwas milkwas milkwas
was plentiful managed to get control controlot controlo controlox
ot o the supply along this line and then thenfixed then11xfd thenfixed
fixed his own price for it itThe ItThe itThe
The farmers from his section ex expected expeted expected ¬
pected to ship milk to Washington Washingtonthis Washingtonthis Washingtonthis
this winter for 22 2 cents Mr Olr James Jamessaid Jamessaid Jamessaid
said and during the summer most of ofthem otthem ofthem
them received but 14 cents a gallon gallonThe gallonThe gallonThe
The statement made by dealers dealersthat dealersthat dealersthat
that they thC paid 18 cents for milk he hesaid hlYsaid hesaid
said may ma be true but if they did didit didIt didit
it did not come from rom Loudoun county
The prevailing price there this sum summer um ummtr umrner ¬
mer was but 14 cent The Th only onlymilk onl onlmilk onlymilk
milk that brought 16 cents was a aspecial aspecial aspecial
special grade gradeOpposed gradeOpposed gradeOpposed
Opposed by Farmers FarmersThe FarmersThe FarmersThe
The farmers of Virginia are inimical inimicalto
to the tuberculin test according to Mr MrJames MrJames lr lrTames
James Mr 11 James is a graduate of ofVirginia ofVirginia ofVirginia
Virginia Polytechnic Pol technlc Institute and andwhile andwhile andwhile
while at Blackaburg Black burg took part In ex extensive extenshe extensive ¬
tensive experiments made with the testSince test testSince testSince
Since then he b has made a close study studyof studyof studyof
of veterinary work in his State and is isclosely Isclosel isclosely
closely closel in touch with the situation situationthere situationthere situationthere
there thereExperiments thereExperlmen thereExperiments
Experiments so far have proved to tothem tothorn tothorn
thorn said Mr 11 James that the test testis testis testis
is uncertain They The have had demonstra demonstrations demonstrations demonstrations ¬
tions of cases where cattle have re reacted reacted reacted ¬
acted to the test then have been kill killed killed killed ¬
ed and were pronounced by the same samemen Smcmen samemen
men who made the test to be free from fromtuberculosis fromtubt fromtuberculosis
tuberculosis tuberculosisThere tubt tuberculosisI > rculosls rculoslsI
I There are known to be cases when whenthe whenthe whenthc
the reverse was true Cattle failed to toshow toshow
show 8110 signs of the disease dl5ea e when the test testwas t68twus testwas
was applied but postmortem examinations examina examinations cxamlnatlOJlJ ¬
tions showed they had generalized tu tuberculosis tuberculo tuberculosis ¬
berculosis berculo ls badly badlyThere badT badTThere badlyThere
There r has been r a gradual falling off offin offIn offi
in i the mumhas number be of f milk producers in his hisflection hitssection hissection
section Mr 11 James declared and few fewnev fewnt fewnee
nee nt men have entered the business businessThat businessThat businessThat
That the milk dealers practically will willignore willIgnore willignore
ignore the tuberculintest question and andspend andspend andspend
spend their time on Thursday trying to toconvince tocO1lncc toconvince
convince the Commissioners that a acount acount acount
count of bacteria and a 8 temperature temperaturestandard temperaturostandard temperaturestandard
standard should not be fixed was made madeItnown mnd mndknown madeknown
known toda today by b prominent members ot otthe OLthe ofthe
the dealers association associationThis assocIation1hl5 associationThis
This means that the dealers ealers will throw throwover throwover throwover
over the producers and let them rest reston reston reston
on their own oars In the tuberculinteat tuberculinteatcontroversy tuberculinteatcontroversy tuberculintestcontroversy
controversy controversyThat controversyllilt controversyThht
That their fears of a bacterial count countnn count8TH countant
nn 8TH ant < 5 p temperature tem rature ruling ruUn were substan substantlatet substantlatC subetantiateio
tlatet was made clear by a statement statementtii stat statementtIUd melJt melJtu
tii tIUd ay u l 11 > r W V C Woodward oodwardT District DistrictHealth D18trictHealth DistrictHealth
Health Officer OfficerThe OC OfficerThe cer cerThe
The dealers are too to careleee about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the temperature at which milk is keptthe kept keptthe keptth
the th her heeIth 1th officer said The dont seem seemto HelDto seemto
to mind how ho soon Oon their product roduct gets getsBonr getssuer
Bonr after it gets to the coiiStmer I Iam Iam Iam
am strongly in favor of a law uoteled uoteledafter lLfHlh d dafter > d dattp
after attp the Boston Mass Iass statute which whichmakes whIchmakes whlclimakes
makes il an offense to ship or carry carrymilk carrymilk carryconk
milk at a etmperature of more than W Wd 50dC 0 0dewee I
dC dewee deweeIt d L rees 1eelIl reesIt
It is comparatively easy eas to keen
the milk below the ntty filty mark It in involves InYohes involves ¬
volves a a little extra expense and trouble troublebut troublebut troublebut
but It is worth whileDr while whileDr whUeDr
Dr Woodward said inspectors irequ fre frequntly frequntlY
qu quntly ntly found milk sour on arriving at atVnion atUnion t trnlotJ t
Union Station because It had been Im Improperly improperly improperly ¬
properly shipped shippedThe shippedlhe shippedThe
The law cited by b the Board of Trade Tradethe Tradethe Tradethe
the Massachusetts M hus > tts regulation makes makesGOO makESWIOOO makessotn j
GOO WIOOO 000 the maximum bacterial ba terla1 count countper countpercerstinieter Perclntfmtter per percentimeter r
centimeter allowable Dr Woodward Woodwardsaid Woodwardsaid Yoodwardsaid 1
said this was a liberal allowance allowanceHave allowancev allowanceHave allowanceHave
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who V 4 r s made a specialty of PAIN PAINLESS PAL PALLESS PAINLESS ¬
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duruble and performed with no nopain nopain nopain
pain to you whatever Prides Prl es the themost themost themost
most reasonable rea nable In town Thorough Thoroughexamination Thoroughexamination Thoroughexamination
examination FREE Call today and andsave andsae andsave
save your our teeth teethDR teethDR teethDR
Phone M 35S5 3585l 3555I
Young Woman Out of ofHos ofHospital Hos Hospital HosAital ¬
pital Awaits Word From FromNorway FromNorway FromNorway
Latter Say Patient Is Cured But ButFormer ButFormer
Former Fears a aRelapse aRelapse
Relapse RelapseHidden RelapseIUddfn RelapseIlidden
Hidden and closely guarded Miss MiesGertrude MissGortrude 11 11GortMide
Gertrude Moneen Mon en the young Norwegian Norwegianwoman Xorwegillnwonian Norwegianwoman
woman wonian who after lying 11n in Georgetown GeorgetownHospital GeorgetownHo GeorgetownHospltal
Hospital Ho pltal for nearly nearl three months suf suffering sufierlnl suffering ¬
fering from pellagra was discharged dischargedag dlschargoocurod
ag cured several e v ora I days ago 50 Is Anxious Anxiously
ly J awaiting word from hor parents i4 isfar i4far I Itar
far off Norway word that will bring bringher bringher bringher
her once more into the family circle circlethat circletbat circlethat
that has missed ml aed her since she wandered wanderedto
to America and fi fei l into the clutches clutchesof clutchesor clutchesof
of the negro n81O Bishop Bl hop Sturdevant Sturdevantthe SturdevanttheMoses tho thoMoses thoolOties
Moses of the Holy Ghostelll G hosiers who It Itnow ftnow itnow
now languishing in the Baltimore city cityjail cItyjail cityjail
jail jailWhere
Where Miss l1 s Moneen on8en is today and andwhy andwh andwhy
why wh she is so carefully screened from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the public gaze Mrs rrs M f B Graves of
24 Grant place northwest refused to tosay toM tosay
say M Mrs lnJ Graves has interested her herself hersel herself ¬
self sel in the Moneen 1on en woman since it was wasfirst wasfirst wasfirst
first discovered dl covere tilt she was residing re ldlng in ina Ina ina
a negro hut on Twentieth street al almost almost almost ¬
most starved and a1J penniless and af afflicted afillcted afflicted
flicted with the loathsome disease that thatall thatall thatall
all but claimed her life lifeTriumph liteTriumph lifeTriumph
Triumph for Medicine MedicineShe MedicineShe
She w was taken to the hospital under underthe underthe underthe
the supervision of Mrs Graves and th thbest thbe5t the thebest
best medical attention In the cltv given Jiv givenher n nher
her At first it looked to the doctors as anif asIt asif
if her case ca e was hopeless she was in inan Inan inan
an advanced stage of the disease dl llse IV Vvhen VvhenSaturday hen henSaturday henSaturday
Saturday afternoon she got up from fromher fromher fromher
her little bed and walked from the in institution Institution institution ¬
stitution assisted by Mrs rs Graves the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole medical fraternity of Washing Washington Vashlngton ¬
ton felt gratified and that it was a atriumph atriumph atriumph
triumph of modern medical skill skillBut skIll11ut skillhut
But Mrs Graves felt differently She Shesaid ShaMid Shesaid
said that Miss Monsen had been b en dis discharged discharged discharged ¬
charged half cured and was in no fit fitcondition litcondltwn fitcondition
condition to be at large largeMiss JargeIi largeMiss
Miss Ii Moiwen ie i not well oy any anymeans anymetUHI anymeaner
means meaner Mrs IrII Graves said akl to a Times Timesreporter Timesreporter Timesreporter
reporter and I am afraid she will willsuffer wil wilsurrer willsuffer
suffer a relapse unless unle s something further fur further further ¬
ther Is done for her h r I have given her herfunds herfund herfunds
funds and treated her to the best of ry tryability uyability ryability
ability but I get no credit for it The Thenewspapers TheneJMlpenl Thenewspapers
newspapers came out with a statement statementto
to the effect that three wellknown so ssoMoneens sodet soclety
det clety women had contributed to Miss MissMoneens 1185 1185llonsens
Moneens support when in fact fact not nota nota nota
a soul but myself went near her the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole time she was w1 suffering Butterln to give giveher ghoher giveher
her aid
Refused Information InformationMrs Information1lr11
Mrs Graves seemed to be hurt that thatshe thatshe
she hadnt been accredited more fully fullywith fullywith
with her deeds and when she he was wasasked wuked wasasked
asked ked where ite e Miss Il5s Monica was she re refused retlSefl refused ¬
fused to say sayAfter sayAtter sayAfter
After Miss 1188 Morisen on5en came to Washing Washington Washington Vashlngton ¬
ton accompanied by three other wo women women women ¬
men who were ur u 4 dcr the spell of ofMose otlosec ofMoses
Moses her parents through the New NewYork XevYork NewYork
York and Washington police located locatedher locatedher locatedher
her and begged be ed that she come bock bockhome b3Ckhome backhome
home and receive their forgiveness and andblessing andblessing andhlet8ln
blessing hlet8ln It was as at this time she was wasstricken wasstricken wasstricken
stricken For the pasS two months her herfather herfather herfather
father and mother have awaited the theday theday theday
day when she he would be discharged d 5Chaxxcd to tohave tohae tohave
have her returned to 0 them themAVhethor themVhethr themWhether
Whether Mrs Graves intends to keep keepMis keepl11s keepMiss
Miss Monson Won n in this country or send sendher sendh sendback
her h back to Norway is is not known knownLiable knovl1Liab1e knownLiable
Liable to Relapse RelapsePhyaidans Relapsei RelapsePhysicians
i Physicians lot t Georgetown HospitalI Hospital Hospitalsay Hospitalsay
I say sa that unless the oman lives In a asanitary aI asanitary
I sanitary manner she is liable to suffer suffera
a relapse relar e which would be fatal Ac According According
cording to the doctors the disease was wasconstracted wascontracted
contracted con tracted through neglect and scourg scourging scourging ourg ourgIng ¬
ing of the body a rite declared by byBishop
Bishop Sturdevant to be the only onlymeans onlymeans
means to get to heaven heavenIt heavenIt
It was learned this morning that Miss MissMonsens MissMoasens
Monsens parents had been in communl communlcation commupl commuplI commupication
cation with the police here for some sometime sometime
time and are willing wlllln to send money moneyfor mone monetor moneyfor
I for her passage home homeBURNED homeBURNED
Coroner Will Investigate Incinera Incineration Incineration Incineration ¬
tion of Mary S Brooks In InHome InHome I n nHome
Home In Madison Alley AlleyIn
In attempting to light her pipe over overa
a coal oil lamp today toda Mary S Brooks Brooksof Brooksot Brooksof
of 27 Madison alley alle northwest set fire flreto fireLa fireto
to her clothing and was as burned to death deathThe deathbefore deathbefore
before neghbors could hive assistance assistanceThe assistanceThe
The body was removed to the morgue morguby morgueb morgueby
by b order of Coroner Levitt 6ltt who will willinvestigate willInvestigate willinvestigate
investigate the case late this afternoon afternoonPLAN otternoonPLAN afternoonPLAN
The new entertainment committee of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Indiana Society Is busy In prepara preparation prepartIon preparation ¬
tion for the winter festivities It corn coniirises conlprlSe8 cornprises
prlSe8 irises Mrs Thomas L Jones Mrs Rose Hoseilaxwell RoseMaxwell RoseMaxwell
Maxwell Dickey Dicke Mrs F A Evarts EvartsMrs Evartg11rs EvartsMrs
Mrs Jerry Terr Matthews Ralph Barnard BarnardChester BarnarIChester BarnardChester
Chester Lambert C C Stephens Mrs MrsHobart MrsHobart MrsHobart
Hobart Brooks Mrs E J Fouts H A AC AC AC
C Fay Miss Bl Blpnche > nche Penfield Miss MissMildred MissMlldred MissMildred
Mildred Bone an ant I Henry Weber WeberWHY WeberWHY WeberWHY
Scientists are now agreed that the thoecaema theecze theeczema
eczema ecze o germs are lodged not in the theouter theouter
outer skin or epidermis but In the inner in inner inner ¬
ner skin Hence a penetrating liquid liquidis
is required not an outward salve that thatclogs thatclo thatclogs
clogs clo the pores poresWe porese poresWe
We e recommend to all eczema patients patientsthe patientsthe patientsthe
the standard prescription OH of Winter Wintergreen yintergreen Ylntergreen
green as compounded in liquid form formknown orm ormknown
known as D p D D Prescription Prescriptiontrial A Atrial Atrial
trial bottle bottle of this D D D Prescription Prescriptionat
at only onl 25 a cents will instantly relieve relievethe relievethe relievethe
the Itch We Ye have sold and recom recommended recommended
mended this remedy remed for years and andknow andknow
know of wonderful cures from its use useWe useWe
We recommend It to our patrons patronsHenry patronsHenry patronsHenry
Henry Evans ODonnells Pharmacy PharmacyMahogany PharmacyMahogany PharmacyMahogany
Mahogany Parlor Sets SetsHandsome SetsHandsome SetsHandsome
Handsome In design moderate in incost Incost incost
cost A splendid assortment to tochoose tochoose tochoose
choose from fromB fromB I IR
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Complaint on Sewage Heard HeardBy HeardBy HeardBy
By Supt Phillips Who WhoPromises WhoPromises WhoPromises
Promises Aid AidCharges Aidhargc Aidcharges
Charges hargc made by Dr Charles M Em Bmmons Emmonli Emmons
mons chairman of the East Washington Washing Vaahln Vaahlnton 9aahington ¬
ton citleens cit lens public hWth hoojth th committee committeethat committeethat committeethat
that the District to neglectful of that thatsection tbatsection thatsection
section by failure to improve sewage sewageconditions sewacoconditions sewageconditions
conditions at the District Jail Washington Wash Washington VuhInglon ¬
i ington Asylum Hospital and the Small Smallpox Smallpox Smallpox ¬
pox Hospital were today brought to tothe totbe tothe
t the attention of o Asa A E Phillip Phlllt super superintendent 8uperIntentlent superintendent ¬
intendent of sewers > > At a meeting of ofthe orthe ofthe
the association last night Dr Emmans Emmansxaid Emmansaid Emmanssaid
aid that the sewage of these buildings buildingswas buildingswas bulidingswas
was conducted by b means of an anti antiquated antiquated antiquated ¬
quated sewer to the Eastern Branch Branchthe Brauchthe Bratichthe
the outlet being above the water wa ter line lineat ll lineat e eat
at high tide tideImprovements tideImprove tideImprovements
Improvements Improve ents Planned PlannedSuperintendent PlannedSuperintendent PlannedSuperintendent
Superintendent Phillips said Id today tcda that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the improvement of these conditions conditionswas condltlollswas conditionswas
was included in plans for the installs installslien installation In talla tallatltn ¬
lien of sewage connections along the theEasern theEasern theEastern
Easern branch and Anacostia Anaco t1a river riverpart rJlerpart riverpart
part of f which have Iae already been aecom aecompiished aeeompUshe1 accomplished
piished Some delay dela he Mid ald ha has re resuited resulted 6 6SuIted
suited owing ovin to the question ef appro appropriations approprlatl appropriatkns ¬
priations prlatl < ns th the > Jail coming under the theJurisdleUon thejurisdiction
jurisdiction jurisdiction ot o the Department of Jus Justlce Justice JUHtlce
tlce which i Is responsible re pon 1ble for a part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the appropriation appropriationI
I have recently conferred with the thewarden thewarden thewarden
warden of the Jail in regard to the sub subject subject lb lbject ¬
ject ject said Superintendent Phlllliw PhlllliwPlans Phllllr PhllllrPlans PhillipsPlans
Plans for hew new sewage connection in inthis Inthis inthis
this section are are now under ccnsWarrx ccnsWarrxtion ccnsldertlion t ttion
tion in this office and it Is extracted extortedthat extractedthat exnettlClthat
that a beginning of the work will not notbe notbe notbe
be much longer delayed delayedEmmons delayedIn
In addition to the these e District build b IId rigs g8 Dr DrEmmons DrEmmons
Emmons asserted the District govern government government government ¬
ment maintained a stable on the Wash Washington Washington a8h a8hIngto1 ¬
ington Asylum grounds in which are arehoused arehoused arehoused
housed ten cows and about twenty twentyhorses twentyhorses twentyhorses
horses the only drainage being an open openditch openditch openditch
1 ditch to the Eastern branch branchMiltfor branchMilkfor branchhlilk
Miltfor hlilk for the Patients PatientsMilk PatientshI1Ik Patientsfllk
Milk fllk from the cow cows is given the thepatients thepatients thepatients
patients in the he hospital ho pital and used in inthe inthe inthe
the Jail and asylum said Jd Dr Emmons EmmonsIf EmmonsIt EmmonsIf
If any private dealer in the District Dkrtrtctwould Dt Districtwould trlet trletwould
would attempt to conduct such an In Insanitary Insanitary insanitary ¬
sanitary dairy dalr he would have the thewhole theholf thewhole
whole holf Health H alth Department l > after tter him himHealth himHealth himHealth
Health Officer woodward oodWard said id today todaythat toda todathat todaythat
that the cows ws were tuberculin tutern lln tested testedand te8tedand testand
and provided pure ure milk As the dairies dairiesmaintained dairiesmaintained airiH airiHmalntAl
maintained malntAl by t the District DJ trkt are not en engaged enGAKed engaged ¬
gaged in the sale of milk Ilk hey < are not notiwbfcrt nott notMeet
iwbfcrt Meet t to regular Inspection he h de decleared d dclearet1 decleared
cleared and there te no report in the theHealth th thfit31th theHealth
Health Department reeardinc sanitary sanitaryconditions aanltaryfondtttnns sanitaryeondlthms
conditions of the stable llahl The matter matterwould matterwould matterwould
would be made the subject of Inquiry loquarIt
it was said saMAt saidAt saidAt
At the meeting mt > etlllK last night Thomas W WSmith WSmith T TSmith
Smith was elected I ted president p td4nt Michael I reller
Welter eller vice ke president pre Wtnt A Girouard Girouardtreasurer Girouardtrfasurer Girouardtreasurer
treasurer and D M Hildreth secre ecre ¬
tary R RfIoluthn olutl > n Tver were erf adopted urging urgingi urgingthe
i I the erection In East Washington of u uHlch r rBich
I Hlch School hlft to oat rt 1500X1 151f which will wUlbe wiltbe willbe
be referred to the Commissioners <
School chool Authorities Authorities to Side Sidestep Sidestep Sidestep ¬
step Until Test Case CaseIs CaseIs CaseIs
Is TriedSchool Tried TriedSchool TriedSchool
School authorities will sidestep the thequestion thequostlon thequestion
question of compelling children to at attend 81tund attend ¬
tend school whose parents do not want vantthem Vl5lDtthem wantthem
them vaccinated until the test case caseplanned caseplanned caseplanned
planned by b the th Anti AntiVaccination Vaccination So Society Society ¬ i iclot
ciety clot is tried triedThat triedThat 1 1That
That this te the attit attlfJldp > dp of school of officials officials ¬
I ficials toward the mooted question was wasshown wasshown wasshown
shown today toda when when five e davs after Dr DrGeorge DrGEo DrGeorge
George GEo e W V Harris declined to let his hisnineyearold hisI hisnlneearold hisnineyearold I
nineyearold son on attend the Adamsschool Adams Adamsschool Adanuschool
school because the principal refused to toadmit toadmit I IadmIt
admit him unvaccinated no investiga investigation Inve investigation t1ga t1gatlon ¬
tion of the ca case e has yet been made madeOn madeOn I
On the day following the withdrawal withdrawalof
of the boy from school last Wednesday WednesdayMrs WednesdayMrs VednesdayI
Mrs E Eo K J liuahec I > uslee chief probation ofiicer of ofrtcer ofleer
leer of the District DJ trlct was apprised of ofthe otthe ofthe
the case by b a Times reporter Up UJ to tothat tethat tothat
that time Mrs Bushes said the case casehad casehlld caseh
h had d not come to her attention attentionSince attontlonSince attentionSince
Since then inquiries Inqu1rl have been b en made madeat madeat madeat
at the probation office of lice daily regarding regardingthe r agardingthe rdlng rdlngI
the status of the case and inquirer inquirerwere IRQulrenlwere inquirerswere
were told that the caso had not boon boonreached b66ltreached beenreached
reached yettsualiy yet yetUsually et etl
Usually l lUany such matters are Investigated Investigatedn Ine tlgatoo
I RV n om ny n as possible after they are reported re reported reported ¬
ivent gotten to the case of the theU theHIIis thetiai
HIIis tiai U iris a is bo boy Mrs tS Bushes Bu hee said aid today todayh todayhA todayhnv
hnv h hA v a lot of cases reported rep rted here heredally heredally heredally
dally and there are other i ahead of ofui ofLu ofu
ui u o be looked up Ul I can ° say when whenI
1 shall Interview Dr Harris HarrisIt HarriIt
It Is understood that Dr Harris had hadprepared hadprepared hadprepared
prepared to fight the case in the courts courtsif COlortsIt courtsif
if necessary neceMar but has bad no chance haDee as anyet asyet asyet
yet to take up the matter owing to the thefailure Utefailure thefailure
failure of the probation officer to tattc tattcany tatcany taaeany
any action actionCOURTMARTIAL actionI actionCOURTMARTIAL
BUFFALO N Y Oct 3S 1SThe The courtmartial oourt oourtthe oourtI
I martial of Major Ajor Elmor8 F Taggart at I
the Twentyfourth Infantry will ill 1 1cret be se secret o ocret
cret cret and none of the charges will be bemade bemade I Imade
made public It is reported ported that the theprincipal tbeprincipal theprincipal
principal witnesses will ill be ce colored coloredwomen < < ered eredwomen oredwomen
women womenTooth womenJ
J Dr Dr1 Lyons LvonsI
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A Great raf Four Day Sale SaleThat
That Breaks Teaks All Precedents PrecedentsRaincoats PrecedentRaincoats Pr eye d e eRaincoats nt5
Raincoats Crayenetles CraV8i ttes English EnglishSlipens EnglishSlipous Eu1ishSilpesOllS
Slipens and Waterproof WaterproofS Silk Goats GoatsAT CoatsJT
Youve heard of the famous Goodyear Rubber Cos garments their theirperfection theirperfection theirperfection
perfection of style their unmatched quality and splendid finish Ordi Ordinarily Ordinarily Ordinarily ¬
narily they the sell at big prices but this long spell of dry dr weather and andconsequent andconsequent andconsequent
consequent lack of demand for raincoats has forced us to make radical radicalreductions radicalreductions radicalreductions
reductions throughout our whole store storeWere storeeTre storeWere
Were eTre putting the cream of our new fall stock on sale the very verynew5t verynewo verynewest
newest newo > st material and style creations the season has produced Every Everycoat Ever Evercoat Everycoat
coat in this sale is a most extraordinary bargain Therell be 2000 000 of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them altogether for Men en Women and Children divided into eight great
lots as follows
I Lot 1 10 1Comprises 1Comprisesabout C omprises omprisesabout 0 m p r is e s sI
about 175 Mens Men Raincoats The Theregular Theregular Theregular
I regular values range from 1250 to toli
1500 li co All of these coats are hand handsomely handsomel handsomely ¬
somely somel tailored and there is a a tine flneselection fineselection
I selection lection of materials In grays graysbrowns graysI graysbrowns
browns blacks About 50 Priest Priestley Prlestle Priestley ¬
I ley le Cravenettes in ineluded < PT f f feluded
eluded All sizes sizesI sizesAll 7 5 fl 0 I IAll
All to go at one i amji amjiprice
I price of ofLot ofLot 7tthiS rl
Lot 3 3In In this group groupwe grOu1we OUP
I we have placed all of our Mens MensHichgrade MonsHighgrade MensHishgrade
Hichgrade Priestley Cravenettes Cravenettesand Cravenettesand Cravenettesand
and our entire list of Elegant ElegantRainorShine ElegantRalnorShlne ElegantRainorShine
RainorShine Coats There are are4i2
472 garments altogether and the thevalues theval thevalues
values val es include all our regular 18 18J20 18UO 18
J20 20 and 2 22 3 Coats Every coat in inthis Inthis inthis
this lot is 52 Inches long and ele elegantly eleganU elegantly ¬
gantly ganU tailored snugfittIng col collars collars collams ¬
lars concave shoulders sleeves sleeveslined sleeveslined sleeveslined
lined with silk and satin finished finishedVenetian finishedveneUnn finishedvenetian
Venetian A few odd sizes of very veryexpensive veryexpensive ery eryfen
expensive sampl sam sample sa ¬
ple pl ploats fen coats ts tssa in tf > d f i ic p l leluded
eluded c Iud u e d All Allmarked Allmarked iK 12 R 5 ° B8 0
marked at one HlZjrjll
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price ofLot of ofLot CI CII V VLot
Lot 5 5In In this lot are areall areall areall
all our finest waterproofed wors worsteds worsteds worsteds ¬
teds and cheviots all new 191011 fall falland taUnd fanand
and nd winter effects Browns tans tansgrays tansgrays tansgrays
grays in plain colors stripe and andfancy andtaccy andfancy
fancy effects with or without min military mUlI mintar ¬
I tary tar collars handtailored through throughout throughr throughout ¬
r out with 1th piped seams back backand backI backand
I and sleeves lined linedwith linedith linedwith
with ith silk 525 25 25to ft f fa tm tmto
to 3500 values valuesall valuesall 1 18 I W 5 UL 5 t tall
all to so at one oneprice 4 I Q e 3 D
price priceI
I Lot 7 7100 100 Childrens ChildrensCapes Childr ChildrensCapes ns nsCapes
Capes rubberized on the inside insidein InsideIn insidein
in plain red and blue silk hoods hoodsattached boodsattached hoodsattached
attached and arm armholes armholes armholes
holes Regular 6 rt r f r rvalue
i value alue Sizes Slz s 12 1 to 14 14years 14years rh 3 2 5 W Wyears
years 1475 375 jo 6 to 10 10years 10years 4 J w L Zj
Lot 2 Wonien7s Wo ens Rain Baincoats Raincoats
coats Regularly priced at 1000 1000About 10GQAbout
About 251 it coats Including all the thenew thene thenew
new ne smart designs and popular popularshades popularshades popularshades
shades all sizes sizesnicely fS p P r rnicely
nicely n Ice 1 y tailored taUoredAll tailoredAll ftk 5 5 El fl 0
price All to go at one onoprice V II all a I Iprice v vLot
Lot 4 485 85 Womens WomensRubbersilk WomensRubbersUk WomensRubbersilk
Rubbersilk Coats comprising all allvalues allalues allvalues
values alues from 1400 to 1600 All Allsizes AlliteS Allsizes
sizes intact Magnificent variety varietyof
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of designs d fab fabrics Q C rj F Frlcs
rics and color effects ef e efects Iflce8nt rft K 7arI5ety 7arI5etyrics W
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price priceLot priceLot
Lot 6 6Includes = Includes all our ourstandard ourstandard ourstandard
standard 18 and 20 l values In InMens Infens inMiens
fens and Womens Cravenettes Cravenettesand Craenettesand Cravenettesand
and Raincoats 215 Coats alto altogether altogether altoether ¬
gether ether representing a wide range rangein rangeIn rangen
in n materials and designs All Allot Allotour of ofour ofour
our expensive garments have been beenput beenput beenput
put Into this group Many Uan new and andexclusive andexclusle andexclusive
exclusive designs and novel ef effects eftects offects ¬
fects All the coats in this lot are aretailormade aretaUormade aretailormade
tailormade Some are elaborately
trimmed Others Othersfinished o Othersfinished
w finished r plain plainand ffitl P f fLot
and smart All Allto Allto 1 0 5 0
to go at one oneprice oneprice
price ot otLot ofLot
Lot 8 8In In this group
we have included our Womens
Rubbersilk Coats costing costin from
22 to 35 5 There are about 555 555Karments 2S5arments 85 85garments
garments arments altogether in this lot Ot
Some of our exclusive original origlnae origlnaesigns e eslgns esigns
signs will be found in this lot lotgant lotgnt >
gant moires mohairs In 1m or orsilks 0rt rtei rteisilks j jaUks
silks handsome stripes and andnew < niv nivnew D Dnew
new and rich richmhterlaleffects ftfl rt f f no
material n mhterlaleffects mhterlaleffectsAll terlalefIecta effects ih 13 I C 5 W i 1 1
All 1800 to and anduu so o at VlOOU A + U V
I Sale Ends IEnd us Saturday Saturdays Saturdaya SaturdayMall Night s at a 80 P M M3Iail MI
Mall Orders Promptly Attended To When Accompanied By
I Checks or Money Orders OrdersGlre Glre Bust and andLength nndLength andLength
Length Measurements MeasurementsGoodyear MeasurementsI fcnsnre ents entsI
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enough then the thing must be good If th the reader knew of thenumber the thenumber thenumber
number who find satisfaction here after bitter experience linked with
high hlilh cost co t elsewhere awhere theyd know price doesnt count Palate Royal Royalfor RoyalprICes Royalprices
prICes prices for BI Bifocal e1 Glasses are as 8 little as B UI and ordinary bieeee 1a e
for 9Sc 9cpreseribecl proscribed by tested by a and lid d fitted by Dr Samuel a aot graduate graduateof
of two famous universities New pormanently located hersBalcosy here Balcovy Warranted WarrantedWith
Parlor first floor
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thing it means we must mustgive m1l8tgive mustgive
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With but a half hundred of these cloth suits suHsand and BO more to tocome tocomeit t0come
come comeit it it will not be wise to create crew a too much of a demand Enough Enoughhas Enoughhas
4 11 v has been written writtenIn w writtenIn tten ttenIl
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I not excepted Merchandise pours in and out of tile Palais Royal like Ifcea Dkea likeI
I a great river always alwayscarrying alwa yscarrying carrying with k more or less good bargains bac The Thewaists Thewaists Ther
r waists now here at 498 496 of messalfae and taffeta silks chiffon chi and andnets andnets andnets
nets in black plain colors superb b Persian colorings and piaids are areidentical areidentical
I identical to those lately displayed in the show windows of New Yorks Yorksgreatest Yc Yorkst s sgrea
t greatest grea department store store create a furore at 596 596At 596At a9SL
L s j j At 289 are Black Peau eau de Cygne Peas de Soie Taff Taffeta and andMousseHne andMousseline
Mousseline Silk Si Waists plain Bahl tailored and fancy One 0 e style has 65 65pin 65pin 65pin
pin tucks in front with large la tuck on side giving the Gibson Gil loll effect A Amourning Amouminl Ar
r I1 I mourning waist is embroidered ern adereth in French knots kntt > with wi t coHar and fancy fancytie fancytie
1 t tie Another has yoke a of silk fagoting and neat cottar coUaf and cuffs Many Manyother Manyother Man Manother
= 1 i I other styles opening back and front frontAt frontAt frontt
t At 398 are maataHored man 7litortth skirts of panama serge se and suitings suitingsshrunk suitingss suishrunk
J shrunk s ruDk before making mak cut cut sewed and pressed by men laiors They Theyare Theyare
Il i are less like ice the dean cheap store skirts sk tS than the exclusive stores 750garments 750 750garments 50 50rments
garments rments F Fashionable but sane model the latest j moment momentMeaning momentMeaning momentMeaning
Meaning of Incandescent and Wefsbach WefsbachMeaning WelsbachMeaning
Meaning More Light and Better Light Linked With Less Cost CastMeaning CostMeaning CostMeaning
Meaning much more morethe the saving of the eyes joy to the soul a longer and happier fife Incan Incandescent Incandescent meandescent ¬
descent and Webbach also spell the word Economy Take stairway or elevator to Basement Floor Floorand Floora1d Floorand
and consult Richard Cavanaugh Cavana h the expert and teacher He makes Incandescent and Wefcfcach as assimple assimple assimple
simple to you as thegoing down and up these few basement stairs stairsfl
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mantle > and G f feet t covered tubing tubtagmriO > Experts rts are her y to totoate cluster clu ter wired ready to light lighttf Debtkate lightstrata
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Art Needlework at Absurd Prices PricesHandmade
Handmade Renaissance Renais ance lace and Other Pieces Almost Given Away Away45x45lnch Avay4ix45inch Away45x45ineh
45x45lnch Handmade Renaissance RenaissanceLace German rman Linen Lunch Covers hand
Lace Lunch Covers 350 fi OO OOvalues drawn and hemstitched size sizevalues sizevalues
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values for 3 > JOO JOOHandmade 36x30 3 x3S 3 Inches value The Thefor AQn
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Handmade Renaissance RenaIH8 Ce Lace Scarfs ScarfsHandmade ScarfsFrench ScarfsFrench
French designs txi4 and a Larger Covers 45x45 laches i > aches at SSc SScand SSe SSe20x72
20x72 In 4 values for 1 98 t and S4sS4 inches Y for or oru rTO rTOonly 78c 78cHandmade
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Handmade Renaissance Lace Bureau BureauScarfs Sofa Pillows s extra heavy material materialornamented r
Scarfs 19x64 inches 159 values alues at atOSc ornamented with Roman stripes In
OSc 126 values at 7 sic 1cJ cj 1 lee fiOp 69 59c brilliant colors Usually IC IC25c
values at UIl 25c 5 tie < < 15 IDC C
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111110 The Princess Dresser pictured to tothe
11 Ill the left hand has mirror 18x36 18x36inches 18x36inches
inches top 35X21 inches 2 lame lamedrawers large largedrawers a
drawers Cabinet made 25 vAlue vAlueat valueat
at only owl y 16 16I 16This
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This This Rocker in Oak and Early Eng
fish finish has spring seat back arms armsand armsand
and seats upholstered In green leather leatheOnly leatherOnly
Only 450
Parlor Tables oak and mahog mahogany mahogany ¬
I any finishes 18x18 Inch top 12x12 12x12inch 12x12Inch 12x12inch
inch shelf underneath underneathGood Q 1 f OO 98
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cellar etc etcWorth etcWorth
Worth Sc 25
Rocking Chairs oak and mahog mahogany mahogany mahogany ¬
any finishes highly polished fitted fittedwith fittede fittedwith
with Saddle S le seat 506 500vat QO 298 QO QOvalue
value vat e y tO
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floor loor Bargains BargainsThis
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15x1 15xD inches top ltix 1ka inches btebesi
i hu huge < < c dra drawers ers Price 1450 1450Without
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only 198 98
II See SeeThese These TheseThey They Are Even Better Bargains I
Dining Room Tables quartered quarteredoak quarteredoak
oak 42inch tops toJ S with tare three 3 3leaves 3leaves 3leaves
leaves extending to 6 6ft 6t 1098 1 A QQ QQfeet
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