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NOT YET ACCOUNTED FOR
Uneasiness Conrcrniiipr Fate
Xintli Infantry Officers
of
Cprrcclcil Code Iepntch Knll 1
Muvr Thnt Tlit Ilioe Umletl lie
Slnxsncrc nt Jlnlnniilcn Some Ilupe
Ilitertiiliied of lliclr Icniic
A corrictcd dispatch Ilvcn out at the
War Department yesterday tends to In
crease the uneasiness felt In official cir
cles oer the disaster to Company O of
the Ninth United States Infantry sur
prised at Balanslga on the Island of Sa
mar on the morning of September 2S The
correct d message shows that the words
originally translated from the code dc
npiteh have escaped should have been
rendered investigation will he made
According to this therefore the threo of
ficers with the command aro not shown
to have escaped the general massacre
The oorrr ctcd despatch follows
Hughes reports follow Ing recti vul
from Hnse xuultirrn Simar Tvvcny
iur men Company C Ninth Itculment
V S 3 tMmi wotmdnl luve Jiitt
niTlved from llalanicRi rvmilmlir
company killed Instiniinitn wowed nil
company uiplls atitt nil rltle except
three CVinpany wa BtiaeKed during
brcVfnt morning September
evunrwnv swm l strung tittlcem
yvt TlwtnM V Cvmnrlt nm Ucut
W3wl A lirnnMs K S OtiwwM
rsw tnwmt sUw vv si
Vre
tViftimM s nfl y U
ng or tnrtre ttieJl re tH vei
mTi Vht ffee
Sh rftefcgrtwns Ht Mic YMrto
In ScrlttA huoes
d J in rfrttftn the ft of x5nS ftKnwiR
W OAonoB TIrM Wfeot feiwwr A
rv 41 sic AetWff nMWS Mwil
tjy vvv Suae 4A tffce ne ttve
vUttB i W tweCwvl te HfclvNltrtl
IKt they wvafeA SsW t w rmj f
flrs interpret lfrt Ctmdms rvfer
cuce to the oSBcers as showing that hey
are not accounted for while others be
lieve If they are missing General Chaffee
would have said so The fact that Serg
eant JIarkley and a private escaped to
Leyle without knowledge of the escape
of their comrades to Basey is taken to
show that during the confusion of the
mclce those escaping took different dlrec
tlnni Jf this be true it is considered not
unlikely that the officers may jt turs
From what appears to have beea tate
situation at the time of the attic K ts
thought remarkable that any of r sot
ulers were able to get away
Paymaster General Bates recetwd a
telegram yesterday morning from Judire
Bumpus -at Boston saying that a ler
received from his son Lieutenant Burnpus
said that the officers were quartered la a
convent that the soldiers were quartered
in housesliearby and that the camp was
lnthe town It appears from this infor
mation that the soldiers kept their arms
in -their quarters and probablv messed
together In their camp Presumably the
attacking Insurgents waited until the
men were at breakfast and therefore un
irmed The officers would undoubtedly
tiess together in the content and
ould make necessary attacks at different
points Unless the natives secured unop
posed access to the convent It Is thought
the officers would be able to make a good
resistance but the enlisted men being
without their officers at the time and in
unprotected quarters would have been at
the mercy o their assailants
WAS A NEW YORK BOY
Captain Councils IlelatlCH Inform
ed of lilii Death
NEW YORK Sept 30 Capt Thomas
WV Connell was well known in this city
having resided In the Lattery district frorrr
the time of his birth until he entered West
Point Academy on September 1 1S5 His
brother John J Connell Is a dputy as
sistant district attorney and his father
David J Connell is custodian of the City
Clerks office and for years wae one of
the Tammany election district captains
in the Second Assembly district Tho
family lives -at 11 South William Street
in an office building
When thdnews of the massacre was
received n this ciuty the members of
Captain Connells family became greatly
alarmed for his safety On communicat
ing with Washington authorities they
learned that the despatch to the War
Department stated that Captain Connell
Lieutenant Buropus and Surgeon Griswold
had escaped The father and mother of
theL young soldier wcro offering up pray
ers of thanks when they received a cable
despatch from Manila which read
Quoconnell
Tommy killed yesterday
FRANK
Before Captain Connell went to Manila
he had made- an arrangement with n
friend Frank Ramsey quartermaster of
the regiment by which one was to notify
the relatives of the other In case any mis
hap happened Under this arrangement
the cable address of Captain Connells
family was Quoconnell So when the
messagewas delivered today the father
was positive that the news it contained
waj true notwithstanding the department
despatch to the contrary
Mr Qonnell telegraphed to the War De
partment for further information and re
celvedlan answer stating that through
a mistake made in translating the cipher
cable from Manila the cable company
had made It read have escaped instead
of investigation will be made In an
swer to another despatch sent to the War
Department late In the afternoon Mr
Connell received the following
Washington Sept 30
David J Connell Your boy killed fn
action
GILLESPIE War Department
WAYLAID AND ROBBED
A Yonusr Woiiiau Knocked Ilovvu uud
Her Pure Stolen
An unknown negro attacked Miss Nettle
Conroy last night In front of her home
S36 B Street southwest and robbed her
of a purse containing 53 and her vHtlng
cards The assailant struck Miss Conroy
with his fist nnd knocked her down
crabbed her pockctbook and tied So far
lie has eluded a starch made by the police
The negro apparently had been waiting
in the neighborhood for an opportunity
to waylay some one No sooner had Miss
Conroy left the house than he stepped
up behind her and almost before the
young woman was awire of his presence
the negro hit her a blow on the back of
the head with his flst She staggered and
fell In the street In her hand Miss Con
roy held her purse and this the negro
iselzed as she fell and jerked from her
crasp
Mljta Conroy was stunned at first hut
Foon recovered her voice and called lusti
ly for help Several men were passing
in the neighborhood and answered the
calls finding Miss Conroy badly bruised
but not otherwise hurt She was carried
Into her hom within a few minutes and
Boon rccovensl from the effects of the
blow
By this time the polica had been notified
of the hold up and a search for the negro
assailant was under way Detective Peck
was sent out from Headquarters and sev
eral policemen from the Fourth precinct
itaJoil wero detailed to hunt the negro
dojrn Peck visited Miss Conroy at her
home and secured n description of her as
sailant She describes him as about live
feet ten lachet tslL very dark skinned
nnd wearing a dark suit and a straw hat
Tli ncirto according to Miss Conroy
shjtld ber easily Identified It is the be
lief of tho police that he Uvea In one ot
the alleys of tho Southwest section
IWrn irnry and brain fatigued seek and fljvl
rtlief in Koyal Headache Tablets t doKs lki
WILL OF DB
15
S THOMPSON
An Ample lMnlc Provides for
Widow nnrt Children
The wilder J5r William S Thompson
dated May H 1900 was nietl for rrobatc
yesterday He directs fat his estate be
disposed of irt the jTollowinjr manner
To his wieJhe leaves premises 152
New York Acnuo northwest and Its con
tents Trom the proceeds of his 10X life
insurance the American Security and
Trust Company which is named as ex
ecutor is directed to distribute one half
to his wife and the remainder to his
children in equal portions
All the rest of his property Is kft In
trust to the American Security nml Trust
Company with directions to pay one half
the revenue to his wife durlns her life
time in place of her dower or other
Interest In the estate nnd to dllde the
remainder umnng his children WMlim
Scott Jtnhel Krrilerlck nml Mary Thomp
son artd ilth Kllen Jones
Upon the death of his wife the testator
illrtctn that the net Income from the en
tire estate be paid to ids children In equal
shares
It Is directed Xt the trust shall remain
In frce during the life of Mrs Thomp
son or In the event of the death of nil
his children named until his grandson
Thompson von lhul Jones shall nrrlvc
nt no of thirty years when the
tstixte shall revert to him It Is also pro
vided that frank C Henry who was In
the employ of the deceased shall have an
opportunllv to purchase the testators
dniK business nt 703 riltccnth Street
which Is woith ROWA The tetUr In
structs his executors to sell It to him for
JlSsWVi
YltEIR SALARIES DELAYED
vrlrilrr P5 firTrnclicrH Until
Oetolicr 10
TacJwv In tne local public schools nro
s4 WMMsvfnlru at the fact that they
i1tt ttrt rocdv their salaries for the
Viwvwlh t sfitmlcr tmtll nlwut October
Wk Since the reorBanlaxtlnn of the school
aysvat In dull I It has been the cus
tom to pny the teachers salaries on or
about the last day of each month
Owing partly to the fact that the open
ing of the school year Is comparatively
recent the pay rolls have not jet been
made up Many of the pedagogues re
turned from their long summer vacations
with extremely light pocketbooks nnd
were eagerly expectant of the arrival of
thtir checks According to speculation
based upon the date of payment last
ear pay day would have fallen either
on Saturday September 29 or yesterday
When there were no checks forthcoming
many of the teachers reduced to finan
cial straits made enquiry and found to
tbar disappointment tnat work was so
far befeiad in the office of the secretary
So the Board of Education that the pay
r4i would not be jnade up for some
W alter K Eoderlck the secretary said
J yesterday hat the salary checks would
promoty ce sent out aoout uctouer iu
Not only teachers but janitors engineers
aad In fact all employes of the public
schools are affected by this delinquency
In salaries The period from the present
time until October 1 promises to be
long one tothe anxious teachers
ARRESTED IK LONDON
ft
IlnrUeK Who Jumped His Bund
Here 1m Wnnted for Larceny
Within the next two weeks Detective
Sergeants Parham and Wcedon will leave
this I f0r London to bring back James Ilarkcs
who is now under arrest in that city
Ilarkes Jumpdvhls bond here following
an Indictment on a charge of larceny The
detectives 1iv delayed their departure
as It is believed that within a short time
an alleged confederate John Morgan will
also be arrested by the English police
The Lonouu horltlcs have agreed to
hold the man for forty days If necessary
The two men were arrested In the
Pennsylvania depot in this city March
5 by Detectives Howlett and Par
ham of thi3 city and McQuadc of Pitts
burg They were regarded as the most
important arrestamade during the in
auguration They were said to have in
ternational reputations- as professional
pickpockets
They were in Ilcted by the grand Jury on
a charge of having picked the pocket of
Mrs Hannah G Lee of Atlantic City of
n pocketbook jorrtalnlngtSln money and
some valuable papers They were releas
ed on JL500 bail each hut failed to appear
for trial A descriptive circular con
taining the photographs of the men was
sent broadcast throughput this country
and Europe which resulted in Harkes ar
rest last week by the Scotland Yard de
tectives rf
EMBEZZLEMENT
THE CHARGE
T
A nnrtender Alleged to Hnvc
aiiIroiVfitcd the Itcceljits
Dctectlycs Horre and Flathers brought
Eugene O Knight aged twenty two
years to this city last night from his
home near Lconardtown Md Knight w III
have to answer a charge of embezzlement
preferred by Frank Hall a saloonkeeper
at Seventh and K Streets southwest who
alleges that he lost several hundred dol
lars through the prisoner
Until about a wjekago Knight was em
pocd byHallasa bartender at his sa
loon He had worked there formore than
a year For some lime according to Hall
there has been a leakage In the receipts
and in his stock of liquors and cigars but
it was most difficult to trace the source
of this loss Finally Mr Hall called on
the police aiid Detectives Home and
Flathers have since watched Knight who
fell under suspicion because of his hav
ing charge of the saloon Several days
ago a ruse was resorted to by which the
detectives became convinced that Knight
was responsible for at least a part of the
peculations A friend of the proprietor
went into the saloon while Krtght stood
behind the bar and after taking a drink
bought a flask of whisky and some cigars
paying for them In cash Knight it Is
charged failed to register the amount of
the purchase or to put the cash so re
ceived in the money drawer
Still Mr Hall waited pending further
investigation Knight iiowever became
suspicious and some days ago he left
the city returning to his home near
Leonardtown Md After the young man
had departed Mr Hall agreed to secure a
warrant for his arrest which was done
and the detectives went In search of the
man last Sunday night They procured a
buggy at Leonardtown early jesterday
mornirg and drove eight miles to Knights
home only to rind that he was not there
Then the houe of a relative some dis
tance away was visited but without re
sult On returning to the Knight home
stead however thi detectives assisted
by the sheriff of St Marys County lo
cated young Knight and placed him un
der arrest The prisoner ngrced to return
without requisition papers
Knights father Is a well-to-do farmer
of St Marys Countv Md nnd the famllv
lis well connected Tho prisoner was lodg
ed for the mgnt in tr i lrst precinct sta
tion
TO INHERIT WHEN DIVORCED
Captain Thompson Mecc Menn
vvlille to Hujoy Income
Capt Charles B Thompson United
States Army by his will dated Septem
ber 10 1900 flle d yesterday for probate
names his sister Matilda G Saxton wife
of Brig Gen Tlufus Saxton U S A as
trustee of his real ind person property
The testator ilirccts that all his house
hold goeds and paintings and library bo
given to his niece Caroline All his mon
ey stocks notes and bonds tho testator
directs shall be held by the trustee for
me uenent or nis niece Caroline she to
be paid the Income
It is explained that the reason for mak
ing this bequest is that his niece Caroline
Is now married but that divorce Is mn
teroplated The trust will terminate when
she becomes a free woman and the solp
beneficiary under the will The teslntnr
also states that he hopes that his niece
win always care ipr ins urother James
in his old ages
If therell n hint of Cntnrrh mint
apply Dr Agncws Catarrhal Powder witbout de
lay It will save ou uOrinff heal jou quickly
whether you harfclein alare ono month or fifty
year It relieves cold In the head and catarrhal
headaches in ten niinutes The Hon David Hills
MfnUtrr of Justice or- the Dominion of Canada
endorses it Gold h ltS WiUianu Mnth and
F Streets Edmonds vVtllUnis Third Street
and lennsylTanla Avenue 2
THE TIMF WASHINGTON TUESDAY OCTOBER 1 1901
FAMOUS AS A RESTAURANT
Cliaiiilicrliiid Doors Closed Xot to
lk Reopened as a Club
Inssinfr if n Iitudmnrlc Ainonjr flic
HoHt lrlex uf the Clt Where
Mntesmeii Ate Drunk inmcd nnd
Itinrrelcd Sonic lllitforic IlventM
r
Chamberllns famous restaurant and
club houso Is a thing of the past It Is
permanently closed and a big To Let
sign Is posted on the door through which
for many years until the past mnmcr
the most prominent men cf the runry
politically socially financially nnd other
wise came and went
The closing of Chambcrlins Is jwpularly
recognized as marking the endAif the con
ditions under which the hostelry was es
tablished As was sail by a
former frequenter of tho hoil It Is no
longer possible to legllate through the
stomach and that is why Chsmberlins
Is no more Prior to the establishment of
tho club houso a Fifteenth and II Streets
vvhero It has been located for twenty
years John Chamberlln hadlieen the host
ot two other Washington houses -one on
tho present site ot the Army aid Navy
Club and the other on You Ave
nue a short distance awsy afterward the
site of tho Young liens Christian Asso
ciation
When ho opened the place whose career
has Just ended It ntoncc became the
meeting place for those who were tempt
ed by the fame ot the dishes prepared
according to the recipes of the famous
bon vlvant whose popularity continued to
j the day of his death Chambe early
became more than a hotel more than
a club nnd developed into the closest of
close corporations John was the load
stone which brought together under the
roof of the hostelry thej representative
gatherings always to be found there dur
ing his life jij t
There between the courses of his un
equaled viands politics- was discussed
with all the freedom possible livery fel
low around the board was rated a Jolly
good one regardless of his nationality re
ligion or politics Sometimes bad blood
came to the top with theeood wine and
then there was trouble
There in their moments of relaxation
would the statesmen gather and battle
whh the cards with as much or more
earnestness than exhibited on the floor
of the Senate or House for stakes the
amount of which would have filled their
constituents with horror There are many
men In official life today who can remem
ber the night w hen a Cabinet officer in dis
cussing with another member of the
Presidents official family a question ot
national import grewi latcd through
force of argument or fiush Of wine and
struck his colleague In the mouth with his
clenched list
The participants Immediately retired to
a private room with thelnfricnds where
the name of the historic fueling ground
of Bladensburg was agaifubrought Into
prominence andthcre was much talk ot
honor and satisfaction The matter
was at last paclflcilly adjusted largely
It Is said through the intercession of
Chamberlln himself and the exercise of
his personal Influence with the partici
pants Other famous quarrels occurred
as when two Senators rolled about the
floor In deadly embrace during a poker
game when one wa3 accused of playing
a bogus flush
On the death of John Chamberlln at
Saratoga the hotel bearing his name
passed into the hands of IMward M K
Somborn his Intimate friend and finan
cial backer In many of his undertakings
and it was continued for the benefit of
Mrs Chamberlln under the name that
had made It famous But while many of
the intimates of Chamberlln stepped
there for old associations sake the place
had lost Its prestige and gradually but
surely slipped out of popularity
It was continued under the same man
agement until last spring when it was
closed Tor the summer months Jtecently
the To Let sign was posted and Mr
Somborn announced that he would not
resume the management of the house
When Chamberlln died it was found
that a host of men many of them being
prominent In Congreps and out of it
owed him large Hums of money Very
little of It was collected John Chamber
lln never pressed his friends for payment
and they took advantage of his gener
osity and lax business methods He bad
many friends among the wealthiest and
most influential men of the country His
place did a big business but he died a
poor man
OPPORTUNITY FOR SHOPPERS
Goldcnbercs Holds It Sixth An
nual Sale
Tho large number of visitors at the sixth
anniversary sale now In progress at Gol
denbergs Is the best Illustration of the
esteem In which this reliable house Is
held by the public of Washington An
unusual air of activity and prosperity
prevails at the busy centres cf this well
known establishment
Honest dealing and reasonable prices
have much to do with the success of this
concern It has been the motto of this
firm ever since they embarked In busi
ness to put on their csuntcrs only wares
that would be a credit -to tho very beat
nnd most reliable concerns and tr sell
them at prices which aro most reason
able It Is quick sajcsonasmall profits
that make success at Golden Jergs
The warerooms of this firm 4iave been
stocked with the very latest output of
ideas of the arbiters of fashion Varie
ties of everything but only of the best
quality Is displayed The most exquisite
Creations In the art of millinery have
made Goldenbergs famous In that line
ClJaUs ladles tailor made suits and an
extensive collection of ladles raglans are
the features at the emporium
It has always been a special pride of
the house to have thcbeiit stocked silk
department In the town ajod here can be
found the latest noveltlcaof all makes
There Is also the departnfentot ladles
fall wearables Including makes of the
bet material and best workmanship and
of the latest cut anil fashion There are
pebble cheviot sults Norfolk walking
suits ladles box coats fadlesaltos fine
all wool Venetian nndchcvicTf flounce
kirts and imported French broadcloth
skirts There Is a full variety of the lat
est walking skirts and silk dress skirts
Of kid gloves scarfs and shams hand
kerchiefs and fine umbrellas there is a
selection In suit the tastes cf the most
fatldeous as well as the purse of those
of slender means
One of the main features of the Golden
berg house Is its shoe department Its
success Is also built on honesty In deal
ing and is phenomenal Not only does
Goldcnbers liindle onlv the best line of
Roods but hi Insure- the footwear which
Is oId In his store He guarantees it to
wear for a reasonable length of time
to cum a coin is om day
Take Laxative liromo Quinine Tablets All dni
Cits refund the rronry If ft falls to cure K W
Jroves signature is on each boV 25c
DIED
SULIIVAX On liciiilaj Se pttmber SO 1001 at
310 p m at her late resilience 1X3 Thirtieth
Street northKcst MltS II T SULLIVAN- widow
of the lit llonnis bulliran
Kuneral uill take place on Vcdneday Octo
ber 2 at 9S0 a m Irom Holy Trinity Church
uhere requiem rrafci will be said for the npoju
of her sri Interment private
ASDKIlfiJX On Sunday morning September
20 1001 at the rrs driie c of his parents Cll MILKS
CAItllOLL son of Tilden C and liojyi A Ander
son accd six months and thirteen djvs
Funeral Tuesday October 1 at 2 p m Friends
and elatiiis invited
My little darling has j one and left us
lu this world in sorrow alone
Hut I pray the Iord may guide as
And meet him In our heavenly home
When 1 look at his little earriatre
Oh how my hrart does ache with pain
For I know he la Rone forever
And Ill never see him en earth again
By hla loving mother IlOSv A AMJLUhOV
At tho residence of her dauah
ter Jlre Klmer Allprcss Srptenilier 23 laol
HAKNAII UKAUUMOIIr beloved wife of Thomas
Heardmorc In her eighty first ytar i
Jflcfp in Jesus
Funeral services at 145 T Street northwest
Tuesday October 1 1001 at 2 p m Interment
t Glcnvood
THE WORgllfG CARD SYSTEM
Ilule of Ilulldliipr TTndcx Section
Goes lu Prnctlee Today
It was stated last night by the secretary
of the building trades section of the Cen
tral Labor Union that the working card
system agreed upon some time ago will
be put into operation today in connection
with all work where members of the un
ions affiliated with the section are cm
plnjed According to the plan decided
upon all members of tho building trades
unions connected with the section are
prohibited from working with workmen
who havo not a building trades section
card
This action will be taken under section
3 ot the constitution of the building
trades section which is as follows
No workman will be per nitted to work
on any Job who Is not in possession if a
working card bearing this seal or device
and where such a condition exists it shall
be Immediately reported to the Hxecutive
Committee of thl3 council and work shall
proceed pending the action of said Kxccd
tivo Committee
The secretary ot the section asserts that
no exceptions will be made nnd no mat
ter what the workmans affiliations may
be members of the section will not be
permitted to workwithihlm In thl3 con
nection it may be stated that while all
the unions connected wita the section are
affiliated with the Central Labor Union
there are some building trades represented
in the latter which hTVc not endorsed the
card system to be inaugurated by the sec
tion
At the mectlngrof Hie Central Labor
Union It was reported that communlci
tlons were received from the chief of tho
Tiro Department and tho District Com
missioners stating that they have taken
under consideration the protest of the
union against the employment of a mem
ber cf the Fire Department as -in assist
ant Inspector of buildings who will at
the same time be retained on the pay
roll of the former department
A letter from Mr Hay Secretary of
State acknowledging the receipt ot reso
lutions adopted by the organization was
received The letter follows
Department of State Sept 27 1901
DcllrIch Esq Washington D a
Sir Among the many messages of
grief and of sympathy with Mrs McKln
ley and the other members of the late
Presidents family in their overwhelming
trouble received by the Government and
acknowledged bv mp nn thptr nf nnnt
and among the multiplying expressions of
profound respect for President McKinleys
unselfish devotion and groat services to
his country together with a wide and
increasing testimony to hl3 exalted char
acter and gracious personality from every
part of the United States Indeed from
all parts of the world I have the honor
to acknowledge with sentiments of sin
cere appreciation the resolutions adopted
by the Central Labor Union on 16th Inst
1 am sir your obedient servant
JOHN HAY
GRAND FAXI OPENING
Exquisite of Autumn Stjlen
at KIukh Pnlncc
Kings Palace Is sc w ell known that It
requires no Introduction to the shopping
public The establishment has many ad
vantages over places of a similar charac
ter in this city The Immense floor space
of 2liC0O square feet embles the house to
make a display of most all its Important
features and branches of goods In ono
Immense room
Yesterday was a red letter day In tho
long and honorable history of this establishment-
It marked the first day of the
grand fall opening and It required a
number of special employes to keep in
line the throngs which visited the stores
In incessant streams all day But IClnga
are prepared for such occasions There
was no complaint and the service was
Just as prompt and satisfactory as if only
one person had to be waited upon
Kings Palace hnd exclusive millinery
and fashionable coatings and cloaklngs
are synonymous Kings has always been
noted for the popularity of its styles in
millinery and this years Importations
from London Parts Berlin and Vienna
have been selected with accustomed care
King s carries the largest- and best se
lected millinery stock south of Philadel
phia i t j
Kings PaTsee U supplied with the best
and the latest designs that the market
offers In dry goodsxloth waists of all
grades and stjles The management has
Introduced the popular premium stamp
system
HIS CONDITION CRITICZX
fvnrsrconn Itrmoie 200 Shot From
Shoulder of Harris
An operation was performed yesterday
morning al Iho Georgetown University
Hospital upon James Harris colored who
was shot Sunday afternoon near Cabin
Johns Bridge At a late hour this morn
ing his condltlonas prltical his temp
erature being 108 -and his pulse 120
Over 200 blrdshot were extracted from
the right shoulder above the clavicle be
side the gun waQ anjl some pieces of
clothing The carotid artery was missed
by a hairs breadth The right lung was
also penetrated by the shot
Julia Stewart colored Is said to have
Inflicted the injury while engaged in a
dispute with her alleged victim Friends
brought the Injured man to the city for
treatment
STRIKE CALLED OFF
ItiperlinnRers llctam to
Old Wnircx
Worlc at
The strike Inaugurated over a month
ago by the members pf Paperhangcrs As
sembly No C7 KnlghtB of Labor for an
Increaso of wages has ben abandoned
The strikers have returned to work at the
old rate of pay 2S0 per day The strike
was called becauo the- employers j
hers of the Master Paperhangers
elation refused to concede an Increase of j
pay from the old rate to 120 per day
Many of the strikers sever ll weeks ago
left Washington and wont Stuth to work
Jt la probable however that they wilt
now return to the city end go to work for
their old employers
DEATH OF DR EMMNER
For Ilffy Years a Ilenldent of
IVushliieton
The funeral of Dr Julius Dmmner took
place from his late residence yesterday
The Interment w ns made at Glenwood
Cemetery Services were conducted by
Hope ldge No 20 F A A M of which
the deceased had been a member since
its organization forty years ago
Last Monday Dr Emmner celebrated
his fiftieth nnniversary of residence In the
District of Columbia He was an old
volunteer firemen having been identified
with the KranMin company In his tariy
days
His death was very sudden At 9 oclock
Thursday evening ho was apparently as
well as at any time during his late years
and nt 9J0 he expired
He Is survived by a widow and two sons
Julius Jr and Henry and four daughters
Lizzie and Grace Kmmner Mrs Kmma
Lckert and Mrs Emily Johnson
SlnCIAf NOTICES
JsOTICK is hereby given that the printing es
tablishment heretofore known as the Patent Itcc
ord Printing Company ills F st nw has been
eliamjted to THE HKMtV K WILKKVS lillST
IN1 COlllASV 710 721 13th t n
I V ILL not be reswnslble for any tlibts incurred
Ly my wife after date StITKSIUElt 30 1601
rilVNZ KCPl
IF THE witnesses of the will of the late Samuel
S Simmons will communicate with the under
signed they will materially help MltS HELEN V
V fclMVIONS KM II ao nw
NOTICE W I- KNlii iEVEHED 1115 con
nection with this company as collector on Sep
tember 7 W01 he Jj is Jia authority to collect
from that date lilt wjkIiiMjTU
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Uidertnlecrnriil Eiuhnluier
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Everything strictly jlrst elasa on th most rea
sonable terms-
Telephone call Main Mn
J WILLIAM LEE
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Miades Treatment
Dr J B Patterson 213 Del ave n e says In my opinion Dr N B Shade of
this city stands at the head of the medical profession as a specialist I was cured
of pulmonary tuberculosis by his chlorldum discovery for consumption seven
years ago My lungs nre still free from disease Sept U 1ML
Dr Shades Oily Vapor and Clilorita Discovery
For Consumption Throat Lung Asthma and
Catarrhal Diseases Reaches the Dis
eased Parts By Inhalation
See reference below of persons of persons cured 2 4 and 8 years ago Tou can
Interview them as they live in Washington
Dr Shade also has the lat
est improvements In elec
tricity and in conjunction
with his electric remedies
cures the most obstinate and
complicated diseases No
matter what your trouble
may be consult Dr Shade
free of charge 30 years
practice He will examine
you and give yott a trial
treatment and show you
how he reaches the most
complicated diseases The
treatment Is pleasant and
refreshing
To establish diagnosis Dr
Shade makes an x ray ex
amination for his wining pa
tients
References Dr J B Pat
terson 213 Delaware ave
ne cured of tubercular con
sumption CaptlBarnes 912
23th st nw Mrs Zoller S02
U st nw W T Crump
esq 1321 9th st nwJ W P
Lees A M 602 H st nw
Henry H Drew cured of
brain and nervous trouble
1133 Corcoran st nw V
Sanfard Bruwn esq 1711
Pa ave curtd of lung
lhmit nnd cntnrrh tmilhle
ZaR aP Bertie Hughes 406 7th
KiM ff A st sw cured of consump
tion of the lungs and ca
tarrh Mrs D C Graves
1710 32d st mr cured of
asthma and lung trouble
MLss Mary E McKtm EO 1 B
st se cured of pulmonary
consumption and catarrn
Special attention given to complicated cases catarrh lung kidney Brlghts dis
ease brain and nervous diseases ard all diseases of the human body Hours 9 to
G Sunday 10 to 1 p m Corner of 13th and G
The Bargain of a Lifetime
Manufacturers Entire Stock of
1100 Pairs of
Mens350Shoes
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ID
2
49
Tho lot Includes tho finest and swellost Mens Shoos xaado
In PATENT LEATHER ENAMEL LEATHER BLACK VIOI
KID and BLACK BOX CALF brand now lasts and latest
stylo toos
Thoro ar6 just 1100 pairs of thorn and not a shoo In the lot
worth loss than 8350 or 4
Wo cloanod up ovory pair Hathaway Soulo Harrington
had In stook which enables us to give you men the shot bar
gain of your iifetimo Tho ontir3 lot goes on salo this mornins
at 8249 and If you can buy tho equal of any shoo in tho lot for
loss than 8350 or 84 elsowhoro well make you a present of
a pair
CROCKER-
Shoes Shined Free
939 Pennsylvania Avenue
iT
EIIIGATIOVAIj
TASfllHi ili felNKSS COLLEGE
Loan and Trust Duildipg corner F and 9th
Established 0 years
The principal was ofScial court stenographer
also public accountant
COURSES Shorthand Typewriting Bookkeeping-
Civil Service and all branches of Business
Students in Shorthand may take without extra
cost Bookkeeping and the Business and and Eng
lish Course Practically private instructions
Join at sny time We find positions for all
full course Day and night sessions
Catalogue Call and see us
Our Opening Pail and Winter
Suit and Overcoat Special
This Is an ofTcr
which we positively
believe cannot be
plicated or under
Iirlced by any tailor In
the city You have the
choice of latest shades
of browns and ollvts
In unfinished wors
teds plaid and stripe
nnd Oxford creys
Also front lour line of
fumous black thlbct
cloths suitable for
Suits andt Overcoats
This clolh vvb guar
antee will not crack
or rub Cat jUst as tho
fashion plates lUimand
Tailored by the best
workmen arid made
rlEht on the premises
under our direct su
pervision thus Kuar
anteelng satisfaction
in every respect
1175
OTiinn
TAILORS
ASK 1800
Schratz Pelzman
505507 Seventh Street
EDrcvrio vAi
MEDICAL AND DENTAL
DEPARTMENTS
- - National University - -
The eighteenth annual course of lec
tures w lil bCEln Tuesday October 1 19QI
at S oclock p m Entrance examinations
will begin Tuesday September 21 Instant
at S oclock p m For Information and
catalogue apply to II II BARKER M
D -Dean 1116 II Street northwest
Art Students League
Optra October 1 SOS Seventeenth St n w
Instructors Mr K N Brooke Mr Edward L
Morse MUs M Mueden Miss L T Hull MI
Emma Humphrejs
Classes In drawini and paint I nj from life an
tique and still life decorativfr and indutrlit
dtvsicn Saturday and eientng elates Circulars
mailed t
DR E S KIMBALL
Teacher of SIncintr
MltS COODIIUE ASSISTANT
KudicA 033 F Street thlrJ tior Twenty
pupils of tho past season signed as principals for
1S01 OZ with the llostonians Lulu Claser Com
rany Runaway Rirl Francis H llson Foiy Juill
ex Klorodora and other compainra
FLYNNS
BUSINESS COLLEGE
EIGHTH AXD K STS
Established T3T4 Day or Sight
Session U a year Business shorthand Type
KTlting Jj Z
nASIIl NGTOtf D C KIXDEliaAIlTEN XOIt
JiALi INSTITLTC Model lunderMtten school
and teachers department l53t nw M1S
SUSAN ILEbSNEIL POLLOCK rrlnctpaL
4
EATERT CTENOCRAIltEfta cuaranteed with
from lORTV TO SIXTV DVYS worlc White
shorthand fuplcet SXatfitirJSVjunt crcnfns
classed eoiomenre October f5f Inatvithial infrac
tion Address Box IIS this utfkc ctT lru
fclJCCATlOSJAl
Georgetown
University
Washington D C
Iter JEROME DACCHERTT S J President
Under the management of foe Fathers of the
Society of Jesna Oref one hundred professors
and seven hundred students
Department of Arts
and Sciences
GEORGETOWN- COLLEGE FOUNDED 17M 1
Oldest Catholic College In the United Statm
Complete courses for BOARDERS ad DAI
ECIIOLARS
OPENED SEPTEMBEri 13
HOURS OF CLASS
815 A M TO J P 1L
Graduate School
Jcturei resumed on October 1
Tor information and catatorTues addrcM
THE BEY JEItOUE DAUCIIEKTY S J Rector
School of Medicine
Lectures Kill begin Monday October 1 at 1 JO
p m Examinations September tS All- exerciser
are now riven the day Thla will enable
students to avail themselves of the advantages
of the laboratories liDrarica and hospital rl1
of tbe city
The University nnpital now In full operation
under the control of tbe faculty will clv ample
facilities for Instruction in ward classes
Address for particulars tbe Dean GEORGE If
KOBER M D 830 II Street nnrthweat OfHes
nours until It oclock noon 330 to 5 p ni
Tel Mala C3S
Dental Department
Lectures will open Monday October L
Cataloalea and information may be obtained
from the Dean VT X COGAX D D S KM
11 Street northwest
School of Law
FACULTY
nOJT MAKTIV F MORRIS LL D
Associate Justice Court of Appeals of the Dis
trict of Columbia
Lectcrcr on Comparative Jurisprudence
HON SETII SHEPARD LU D
Associate Justice Court cf Appeals of the Dis
trict cf Columbia
Lecturer on Constitutional Law the Law of
Corporations and Equity Jurisprudence
HOV LOUIS E MeCOMAS LL D
Late Associate Justice Supreme Court ct the
District cf Columbia
Lecturer on the Law of Contracts and the Law
of Evidence
1IOX CIIVI1LES C COLE
Late Associate Justice Supreme Cuurt of
District of Columbia
Professor in cbaree of Fourth Year Course
tie
and
l eciurer on anojects Included therein
HOX ILvRIiY M CLABAUCII
Associate Justice Supreme Cout of ue Dis
trict of Columbia
Lecturer on Common Law lleadino and Practice
and Equity Pleadin and Practice
GEOHUE E HAMILTON LL D
Dean of the Faculty and Lecturer on Testamen
tary Law
11EY PEXE UOLAIVD S J
Lecturer on Natural Law
TALLMADCE A LAMBEIIT LL IX
Lecturer on Civd Law
CHABLES A DOUGLASS A B LL IL
Lecturer en the Law of Torta and Xcgotiabl
Psper
MICHAEL J COLBtRT A iU LU 1L
Lecturer fin the Law of Personal Property
D VV BAKER A LL
JucUe of the Circuit Court and Lecturer on tst
Law of Real Estate Criminal Law and
Domestic Relations
J JOTA McCILL LL M
Late Register of UiUs for th Disi ict oi
Columbia
Lecturer on Probate Practice
Court of Appeals Hon JOB BIRXARD and
MESSRS LEIGH ROIilNSOV and J IIOLUS
WORT1I CORDOS
Examiner MESSRS J ALTTIECS JOH3S03
and UEXRY TV SOIION
Clerk of Conrt3r HARRY W IIODCE3 LL M
Quia Masters U BOSS PERRY Jr A IL
LL M and E RICHARD SHIPP LL M
SAMUEL M YElTMVy A IL
Secretary and Treasurer
The thirty second annual session opens on Wed
ncxlav October 2 1501 at 63 p m in the
Law School Building Ncs 906 and SOS F Street
northwest at whicn time announeementa will
be made for the ensuing term All Interested
are corduJly invited to be present
The Secretary will be at his oMceIn the law
building dally from 8 to 7 p it for information
enrollment payment ot fee c
Students proposing to connect themselves with
the school are earnestly requested to enoll be
fore the openin rugut
PostQraduate Course
The Fourth Year or Ptst Craduate Course of
the School of Law of Georeetovra University will
be inaugurated on
TUESDAY EVESIXG
THE 15TII DAY OF OCTOBER 1501
AT 730 OCLOCK
The Subjects and Lecturers in this courje are
IIOV MARTIN F ilORRIS IX D
On the HUtory of the Development of Law
HON HOLMES CONRAD
Late Solicitor General of the United States
On the Hskory of English Law
HON SETITallEPARD IX- D
On the Uutory ot Constitutional Law and the
Foundations of CWI Liberty
HON ALBERT STICKXEY IX D
Of tbe New lork Bar
On the Lawyer and th State 1
REV llt tE nOLALVD S J I
On Natural Law and Canon Law
MUNROE SMITH LU D
Professor In the School of Political Science of
Columbia University New York City
On Civil Law
HON LOUIS E MeCOMAS IX D
On International Law and Foreign Helatlocs at
the United States
HON GEORGE M SHARP IX D
Aswiate Judge ot tbe Supreme Bench of PU1
more City
On the Law of Insurance
HON CHARLES C COLE
On the Conflict of Laws Railroad Accident Law
Estoppel ana otner suojecu
J NOTA McCILL IX M
On Patent Law
GEORGE E H vMILTON IX D
On Practice and Testamentary Law
Lecturers upon Admiralty and liarttirne Law
the Interstate Commerce Law and Trusta ami
Combinations Tsrtl be announced hereafter
In addition to the repilar corps of lecturers
men of distinguished ability and in
the profession will from time to time during
the year lecture to the class upon subjects of
interest and importance
Upon students succe afully completing thla
course the Degree ol Master of Laws will be
conferred and students hoMn the pegree ot
Master ot Laus who attend the lectures and pass
a satisfactory examination upon the subjects in
cluded therein will receive an appropriate cer
tificate or degree
Circulars caiv be obtained at the book store of
W Ii Morrison Sons 1133 F Street northwest
Lowdermllk Co 1121 F Street northwest and
John Bjme Co 1322 V Street northwest
Washington Law Book Co 623 F Street and at
V S Thompsons drug store 03 15th Street
northwet or upon application to the under
signed S M YEATMAN
Georgetown
Prep School
Four years High School Course prepares foe
Freshman In Ceorgctown or any other College
Special attention to Day Scholars Hours 8i
a nt to 3 p m
Send for catalogue
Rev Jerome Dougherty S J
President
BLISS ELECTRICAL SCHOOL
Day and evening classes in theoretical and ip
plled electricity Students actually construct
dynamos and other electrical apparatus
Courses thorough enlarged and unproved com
plete In one year
Opens September 3a Catalogue on
Sl Twelfth st nw
SAINT CECILIAS ACADEMY 601 East Capitol
St boarding and day school for girls and yovJJ
ladies primary commercial and college pre
paratory courses music and art elasscs resumed
Monday September 10 1901 for further partlo
lars address SISTER U AUGUSTA Superior

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