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Alexandria gazette. [volume] (Alexandria, D.C.) 1834-1974, June 09, 1919, Image 6

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SHIP GOES ON ROCKS
Survivors Cling to. Rigging- While
Storm H?ats to Bits
Valparaiso, Chile, June 9.?Eleven
are knowai to .have perished when
tfhe Steamer Limanche, driven ashore
during a 'heavy storm in Valparisd
'hiarbor, beat -herself to pieces on the
rooky beach Saturday, night.
The data strophe occurred shortly
after 8 o'clock, wheal the Limanche
began dragging her anchors. Seeing
the v-t^sel was doomed, the crew
s'emt out iran'tic appeals for assist
ance, but the heavy seas made it
impossible for boats to be launched
or sent out from shore. ,,
For bours the vessel was? battered
against the <rocks by -the waves.
Survivors could be seen through
semi-darkneSs, clinging to the rig
ging and superstructures until the
ship was almost a shapeless mass.
Elleven corpses*, have been washed
ashore. , .
The Pacific Stdam Navigation Com
pany steamer L'imari is reported to
ih<ave foundered in the same storm'
between PimettteH and Etten. All
the passengers 'and crew are report
ed, to have been saved by the Peruv
ian steamer Mantaro. Heavy dam
age to shipping all along the Peruv
ian and Chilean coast resulted from
the 'storm.
LIGHTNING KILLS GOLFERS.
Augusta, Ga., June 9.?Roy G rod
win, prominent in local real estate
circles, and John L. Sauer, of the
Hotel Review, New York, were kill
ed by lightning on the golf course
of the Augusta- Country Club yes
terday afternoon.
Half a dozetn other men were
shocked. They hiad sought shelter
from rain in a tooibouse, which was
struck by lightning.
THE IMPENDING STRIKE
Fifty Thousand Telegraphers Expect
ed to Walk Out This Week
Chicago, June 9.?S. J. Konen
kamp, international 'president of the
Commercial Telegraphers' Union of
America, arrived in Chicago yester
day from Washington and began
plans for the nation wde strike cal
led for Wednesday.
Konenkamp skid !he expected a
complete tie up of commercial com
1
W. E. Dunn R. H. Montgomery
Dunn and Montgomery
Electrical Contracting
and
Supply House
' COR. PATRICK AND CAMERON STS.
Heating and Cooking Appliances
Westinghouse and G. E. Fans
Mazda and Nitrogen Lamps.
Phone 830.
All Orders Promptly Attended to
panies. Canadian, telegrapher:", lie
added, iha$ issued instructions that
no busine^ originating in the Urd
ted States Swrifld he ihandfled in the
do-minion or on the Aitkin tic or Pa
cific cables.
According to Konetscamp. 50,000
telegrapher's \\ ill quft thair keys,
representing about 90 per cent of
the Postal and Was? tern Union em
ployes. Alithough there was a sen
tunen'c, he said, among the men to.
call ou!t operators of brokers' wins,
it was decided they would 1 amain at J
?work for the present. American
Telephone and Telegraph employes
"?viM join the strike. ?
Press Associations, Konenkantp
said, -would not t>e affected at this
time. The policy toward press as
sociations, fne said, had jiol been de
termined.
Messages reaching Konenkamp
from locals throughout the country
showed unanimous -support of the
strike call. A majority of the locals
met itodaj tr- fovmnnte plans for the
walkout.
YOU HAVE AN ADVERTISING
MESSAGE FOR THE PUBLIC
?? U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Never were the people?the buying
public?more ready and able to buy
than they are to-day.
There is no scarcity of money. The
purchasing power in America to-day
is greater than in all history. The field
for new and greater business develop
ment is here.
Advertising is the certain, quick, and
economical method of developing your
business. '
When you put the power of adver
tising promotion and its great econo
mies back of your own business, you
are also spreading the spirit of optim
ism and good will.
The U. S. Department of Labor urges
all progressive merchants and manu
facturers?in fact, all who have any
thing to sell?to advertise now and take
advantage of the great market which
exists at this time. '
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
W. B. WILSON, Secretary
* ROGER W. BABSON, Ti
Director General, Information and Education Service.
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? ON MAIN STREETS ONE WHOLE WEEK COMMENCING JUNE .ilh to J
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ALL ATTRACTIONS FURNISHED BY* AMERICA'S PREMIER CARNi .?
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Famous Broadway Shows
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Everything From a Merry-Go-Konnd to a Circus
20 Real Attractions 25 Cars ' 400 People
Some of the Featured Attractions
' WORLD
MERRY-GO-ROUND
REAL WILD WEST
MECHANICAL CITY
THE CABERET
HUMAN ROULETTE
BIG WATER CIRCUS
FERRIS WHEEL
TOURED WILD ANIMAL ARENA.
THE DARKTOWN
MINSTRELS
20-IN-CNE CIRCUS
SIDE SHOW
GARDEN OF ALLAH
ATHLETIC ARENA
THE MERMAID
MIDGET THEATRE
THE MIRACLE
THE MISSING LINK
CAMOUFLAGE GIRL
SNAKE OIDEN THE
WONDER
THE WHIP
FREE Every Afternoon and Evening FREE
Capt. Joe Fiery, worlds champion head fore-most high diver. Dives from
a lofty tower measuring 102 feet in mid-air, into a small tank containing iess
than four feet of water.
BAND CONCERT AND FREE ATTRACTIONS EVERY MINUTE OF
THE DAY
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