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VOTE MONDAY
ON TREATY
Morgans Oanal Bill Favor
ably Reported
HOT ATTACK ON PAKAHA COHPAKY
French Corporation Severely Do
iiouncecl ia Committeo Itoport to
the Sauato Dosp3nito Efforts to
TJnOfid oa the United States
After remaining In executive EcsElon fo
more than four hours jesterdaj after
noon limine the i Haj Iaunpifote
Trcatj under ronslCeratlon the Sente
finally agreed on motion of Mr Lodge
to take a vote on he compact before ni
Journlng 03 Mo tdav This practically
means that the treatj will have been rat
ified before Morula night-
llr Nlimcj fur IlrcI1s
Senator Money prior to this made a
long argument against the new trcatr
taking the position that the only agree
ment on the Isthmian canal which the
United States should enter into with Great
Britain at this time would be a conven
tion of fire lines announcing the abroga
tion of the old Claj ton Iluln er Treaty He
upported the view taken by Mr Bacon
Enrnrftt IMcn lis Mr IornLer
Senator Foraker then made an earnest
plea for the ratification of the treat de
claring that ever objection which had
been raised to the old Hay launccfote
convention had been met and in this new
pact the United States wan ghen exclusive
control of any canal that might be
At -S-45 the Senate adjourned until Mon-
dav at noon
The Committee- llf piirt
The Senate Committee on Intcroccanlc
Canals has ordered n favorable report on
Senator Morgans bill authorizing the
lrsltient to con luJe agreements with
Costa Kir a and Nicaragua for the full
ccnttol of the terrltorj upon which to
construct the Isthmian canal and appro
pr atlus such meney as may be required
The bill vllh the favorable report was
fcubinilted to the Senate by Senator Mor
gan yesterday The report Includ s the
correspondence between President Hutln
of the Panama Canal Company and Sec
rclarj Ha after the announcement was
made that the Mcaragjan route was ths
lavorcd one
CanxSIc Coiinnenti in Hutln
Chairman Morgans report to
the bill Is a document of 54 print
ed pages in which Is set out the at-
tempts for jears at legislition for a
canal the various treaties on the subject
rnd copies cf all correspondence there
with Included In the last named ore
copies of the communications with the
Panama Canal Company lookins to the
sale of that companys franchise to the
United States and upon one of thsc let
ters wrlttrn by President Hutin of the
Panama Company under date of October
end addressed lo secretary Hay Mr
Morgan makes some caustic comments
In this letter Hutln he sajs makes It
appear that the United Sates had made
nn offer to the Panama Company to pur
chase its rights and the company In re
sponse had fixed a price w hcrtas on the
contrarr no offer had been made by the
Isthmian Canal Commission and the cor
respondence showed the Commission had
cn avored toobtaln from the company
a pcsiuve oner
Creatine n Inane
This letter Mr Morgan declares to be
sn attack pon Admiral Walker the
Chairman of the Commission replete
with false assumptions and perversions of
fact an evidently intended to create a
side Issue the debate upon which It was
hoped by M Hutin would delay if it did
not defeat the final action of Congress In
providing for the construction of any
canal
It is regarded as an adroit effort to con
vlct Admiral Walker and the Canal Com
mission of double dealing
Mr Morgan refers at length to the ef
forts of tb Panama Company to sell their
property and rights to the United Sates
made before the Secretary of Statu th
Isthmian Commission and final before
the Senate Intcroccanlc Canal Committee
nnd receiving no encouragement they had
communicated with the President with a
Mew to securing his interposition That
official however bad Ignored the letter
This company In a previous adminis
tration Mr Morgan continues had suc
ceeded In obtaining the resignation of a
Secretary of the Navy to accept a nominal
position In their sen Ice at a large salary
end expended 1600 090 In New York
chiefly In acquiring the aid of leading
business houses in promoting the Do Les
Fcps plan without a dollar of stock being
inscribed in that city
Taking the whole course or the company
Into consideration Mr Morgan In conclu
bion savs
JiiiIkIiiC t ml rls I111 Moll-
It proves further that neither the Pres
ident nor the high officers of the Govern
ment nor the Congress is beyond the
1 each of Intrusion on the part of agents
cf the Panama Cabal Company Into their
QUAINT PIN liUSO Ill Y
In An Ails frliriiriit
When a man act a he ljclloves the In
finite wltliln him would have him act he
draws power to himself from unseen
source that power iruy be shown la
man v eye
Tilings nork atnoolher plans carrv
out pfoplo lngin to say luck lies
a winner ErervtlilnK he touehea auc
ceeils etc etc
IZvcr trv If If you over do jou will
ngrce that It ia the greauat proposition
on earth
There Is a jnarvclous potency behind
the man who act In a simple straight
forward way as near aa he knows in ac
eordance with the promptings of that In
visible deity within
This should teach him that great and
honorable work Is nke d man at once
the tool and a part of the master work
man
The tool must not be dulled and ruined
by bad food tobacro whisky coffee Mc
You question Including coffee among bad
habits None ot these habits are bad
Jablts unless they weaken or lessen the
elcan ut ponerof the Individual If they
do quit them If food and drink are not
well selected chance Tut your machine
In clenn flrst clasa shape It Is he
purpose of this rtielc lo surr si n way lo
1 ccp the body well so it can carry out he
behest of the mind
A sure and rate start in the rlfiht dlrec
1lon Is to adopt Grape Nuts Pood for
every mornings brcakftt It Is de
licious predlcesled highly nourishing
and will put one far alone toward doing
his best in lifes vork
follow this with ahandinment of toffee
If it does not aprce with you and take In
plice of it Iostum Cereal Pood Coffee
for its regenerating and vitalizing nour
ishment
With a wise selection of food nnd drink
man can quickly place himself In shape
where the marvelous directing pover will
use Mm for some good and worthy pur
pose
hense Just plain eommon sense
pElcIal duties or free from accusation as
to their motives In the conduct of the le
gitimate affairs of the Jvcrnrncnt The
troth e for this unseemly and unprece
dented wsconduct must be cither that
this canal company Is desperate In Its
purpose to unload its propertj upon the
United Slates betause the Trench stock
holders have lost faith in its sucross or
lint It Is endeatormg to prevent the com
petition of an canal with Its Pnnann
Itallroad
According to the stand taken bv this
Government the Maritime Canal Com
pany of Nicaragua the New Jersev cor
poration which purchased the roito se
lected fer an Isthmian canal bv the
Walker Commission has no claim on the
ground or concessions which its promot
ers allege to hold and will not be recog
nized by the Unllt d States as bavlig se
cured any franchUfs which will Interfere
in any way with the construction of the
waterva
Acting on advices from the State De
partment the Senate will Ignore the
claims cf the corporation and nsld from
pjjine pomcthlng Hie f OOOofl for such
property as has been held by the enmpan
and later confiscated by the Nicaraguan
Government the Maritime Compauy will
be granted nothing
KOI A CLUE IN DENNIS CASE
Continued irora I irt Pace
as the latter got o3 a street car at
Twelfth and K Streets
The I ansdale bo having been reported
to 1 avc told the police that ho saw a man
on the porch of the Dennis home lato
Monday night could cot be seen last
night at Ills home Mrs Lansdale mother
of the lad slated that she doubtcil
whether her son made any such statement
at all She wrs much worried about the
affair She said her boy was ratter mis
chievous and might have been mistaken
ItiirMlKxitlonN of flip Police
Detectives Ned Wecdcn Mullor Ilaur
iiorcc riaiicr and Hartigan spent
much time cstcrdaj in hunting up the
records of various people especially
those living In the Dennis residence or
at an time employed there It is also
certain that the detectives have for some
days past scoured the disreputable sec
tion of the city
About this activity In such a direction
there are confused reports It Is said that
certain women who live south of
svlvanla Avenue knew something about
one Ralph Tcrguson whose names has
been more or less associated with the as
sault upon Mrs Dennis for das It I3
even reported that a woman has been
found who knew a Ralph Ferguson some
3 ears ago If such Is the case It Is equal
ly certain that the identity of this man
and his present whereabouts are unknown
Efforts havo been made to find a woman
named Petersen formerly an inmate of
one of the disorderly houses south of the
avenue it 13 stated that she left the
become known As the theory of revenge
gradually comes to the front however
It Is hinted that a woman raay possibl
have committed the assault on Mrs Den
nls
Firtecn years ago Mrs Dennis was a
seamstress cmploed by n Mme Wash
ington whose establishment was over
Gaits Jewclr store Pennsylvania Av
enues near Eleventh Street A number of
-women were employed there At this time
iirs ncnnis was quite joung
Five years before she had come to
Washington from her home near Gettys
burg Pa A sister Mrs Dunn now of
112 B Street northwest accompanied her
As years rolled by Mrs Dennis saved
money Then she opened an establish
ment of her own employing at first only
a few women to sew for her
It was about this time that she met
Walter Dennis whose wife she became
about eleven years ago Dennis lived
only three or four years after his mar
riage He was a Washington man tII
uuown ana respected
1 1 curd Pcrxons QiinrrclinK
Dr Hooe whose office Is near New Tork
Avenue and Thirteenth Street jcslerday
told the police that last Monday night
while he was standing on the porch of his
home he beard persons quarreling In the
park nearby Later he saw a man and a
woman apparently engaged In a wrangle
Before he could acquaint himself with any
fact concerning the case Dr Hooe states
the couple seemingly patched up their
differences and departed from the park
After the assault at the of Mtr
Dennis Dr Hooe thought it best to Inform
the police of what he hadwitneisod Little
Importance Is attached to the affair bv the
detectives
At midnight last night Major Sjlvesler
said to a reporter
1 do cot see any light ahead In this
mystery It Is a knotty case Wo shall
do everything possible to solve It but we
cave nothing now to go on
Detective Ned Home said at Garfield
Hospital at 1 oclock this morning
Nothing has yet been accomplished We
shall work hard today en the theory that
revenge prompted the attack on Mrs
Dennis
TINDINGS OF SCHLEY COTJET
llumcir Tlint ltciMiri Unit Hem CIicu
Out Ileuleil
Humors were current In both New Tork
and Washington vcslcrdnv that a copy of
the Cndlngs of the Schley Court of Kn
qulrj had been handed to Jlr Long Sec
rctarj of the Navy by Judge Advocate
Lemly lr Long was teen latu yester
day afternoon and positively denied hav
ing received a copy of the report
The little that Is known outside that
close circle composed of Admiral Dewey
and Hear Admirals Dcnham and Ram
sey concerning their arrangements for
the presentation of the report of the
Schley Court of Inquiry Indicates that
Secretary Long will receive the report
looay tnai it win no made public as
soon as ceples can be made at the Navy
Department has been promised b Secre
tary Long
Mil HANK A AGAIN A GIIANDPA
Mori MnIIh ilir Utumfholil of the
V niitor vun Dim it Iliiiiiin
CLEVELAND Ohio Dec 1 Senator
and Mrs M A Hanna have a granddaugh
ter The stork brought the wee lassie to
Dan It Ilannas country home near lla
venna vestcrdav Doth Mrs Hanna and
the babe arc doing well
The Senator has three grandsons sons
of Dan It Hanna and his divorced wife
Mrs May Harrington Hannu but this Is
the first granddaugbtrr The present Mrs
Dan 11 Hanna wns Mrs Dais Cordon
Maude
Mrs May Harrington Hanna Ik now 111
with diphtheria at her home In this city
and two of her sons arc at Serator Han
nat home
VETERANS TO MEET HEBE
Vniliiii Ciiu cn for vi einml
Arn Hi union
CHICAGO Dec 12 The executive com
mitteo of the National Council ot Ad
ministration of the Orand Army of the
Republic met today In Mi mortal Hall nnl
agreed to hold the next annual encamp
ment of civil war i lerana at Washington
Tho date will be deeided on later
Work on Ansliiin Addition tt Itrulll
The v ork on the new buildings for the
addition to the Government AsIum for
the Insane will probably be begun and
pushed to completion without further de
lay In consequence of the failure of nc
gotlatlcns for a transfer of the prcsubt
site for other properly Dr A 11 ftlch
ardson who went to Sew lo confer
with It T Wilson tho capllallat who
owns some laud at Congress Heights
failed to reach tin understanding with
that gentleman and the carrjlng out ot
the rl us as they stall is therefore con
templated
THE TIMES
BOMB CASE
WEARING END
Will Probably Be Given to
Jury Today
MR DOUGLASS BEGINS ARGUMENT
Eloquent Ploa for Acquittal of Pris
oner Court Consonts lo Allow
CounBal Because orFatiguo to
Conclude Address Today
It can at last lo definitely slated that
the fate of Ida Lola Hcmry Donlne In
dicted for the willful murder of James
Seymour A res will Loin tho hands of the
Jur this evening at some time between 2
and 4 oclock Ths hour depends entirely
on the length of Mr Goulds argument
and Justice Andersons charge to the Jury
Mr Charles A Douglass senior counsel
for the defendant started to address the
Jury at 115 oclock jesterday afternoon
and was expected to finish his argument
before court adjourned The inevitable
delay that has marked the progress of the
trial ever since It began again stepped in
Mr IiiiukIiin FiMIruciI
When A oclock came Mr Douglass
paused In his remarks and begged tho In
dulgence of tho court
I have been speaking for nearly three
hours your honor ho said I am weary
The Jury is surely not less so I would
suggest If It may please the court that
we suspend now and I will finish my ar
gument tomorrow morning
I think ou had better continue Mr
Douglass replied Judge Anderson
The look on the lawyers face was 1
mlxturo of stubbornness and anxiety as j
ho protested against continuing I shall
tae anotner hour and I really dont
think we ought to detain the Jury that
long he said
The Court iljnnrns
The Jury are excused until tomorrow
morning decided the court
Mr Douglass and his associates Messrs
Pulton Lecklc and Kcane appeared great
ly relieved at the Judges announcement
They realized the valje of the move for
If Mr Douglass had finished It would have
iteTdenMS herU W3B thiK I oriri tho District Attorney considera
te m
idenlltj of this
man
Ferguson might ble time tn it-
mont nnd pick out the nnlnls ho rnnoM
ored weak In addition Mr Douglass will
enjoy the advantage of addressing the
Jury on the same da they take the caw
At both the morning nnd evening ses
sions of tho court yesterday the crowd
attending was immense and It represent
ed all sorts and conditions of people The
demand for tickets was greater yester i
day than it has been since the trial be
gan
AVhcn Mr Douglass started his plea to
i 7 7
The statement Aot Impugned
In touching on tho visit of yrcs to
Mrs Hotlines room on the night of the
tragedy Mr Douglass said there is not a
single solitary peg on which lo hang a
denial that he did not comoto the room
A res was in the frame of mind for
such things that night Ho had been
drinking Tne only evidence we have to
the contrary comes from his companions
who arc Incompetent to tesllf
What was their condition Wo do not
say It Is a heinous crime to drink but we
are after tho facta aj to Ayres condition
He was inflamed with drink and sane
men will commit any crime while under
the Influence of liquor Was tnere not
enough In him to steal away his brain
and arm his courage for some daredevil
purpoeei
Mr Douglass reverted to the Govern
ments contention that res was sur
prised in his sloop by Mrs Donlne and
shot He declared Ayres was awake
awaiting her presence to carry out the
I lane he had conceived ag vlnst her vir
tue
The narrel xpliiluril
Counsel ibokc of the misunderstanding
Dctwcen Ayres and Mrs Boulnc the rc
salt of her reproving him for drinking
estimating Ayres feelings toward her In
this matter as that of a imsslonae and
resentful oung man who did not care for
such advice
How often gentlemen remarked Mr
Douglass do joucg men grow tired of
the very woman who gave them life when
she talks to them n such a subject
Granting that sho went to his room to ar
range the differences between tbcm
would a woman cf her Intelligence select
such an hour nskid counsel
Whv she didnt have a weapon as for
midable as a tooth pick The Govcriiinmt
would have us believe she went up tho
flro escape to his room In tho bril
liancy of the moonlight with an electric
light shining on the Iron stairway she
went to tne tryst the say
Arross the street an engine house
villi a watchman on guard all nisht
with it policeman passing tho Kcnmore
every hour i nd ct she dared this llttlo
woman of whom they have made a fero
cious t I cress
If she went up that are escape it was
the result of a plan concocted to do cold
blooded murder But she could not pos
sibly have made the Journey plslol In
hand No The pistol found In that room
his been Identified ti three friends of
A re as his I fiank God for that proof
added Mr Douglass fervcnll
Impi Mia IN
About the empty cartridges found In
Hie slop Jar of A res room counsel said
It proved to hs mind Ayres had exam
ined and reloaded his icvolver that night
for immediate use
Mr Douglass with nil the hrilllinc
oi a ractaplinr outlined a portrait or Mr
Ilonlnc as the gentle Samaritan of tho
Kenmorc going lo Ares room on nn
errand of peace and mercy and finding a
rapacloui Tarquln ambushed there armed
with passion
Kven If she went to his room with a
iurpcRe he said If she had stepped to
I he edge of tho chasm within 1 hairs
breadth of the brink God has given
woman the power to stop there Hut no
such condition existed Arcs played on
her rrrdullt and lovo of peace to bring
her there
Mr Hotlines Mllli niriit
Mr Douglass said It Mrs Ilonlncs
story wns not true It was the most wonder-
ul lie ever Invented and that try
as they would the Government could not
break down her statement
He said the torn condition of A res
night shirt and Mrs Hotlines wrapper
Hoods Piiis out
c Jaundice sick headache nausea Indlge3
Uon break up a cold prevent a fever 25c
By mall of C I Hood Co Loncl Mass
YAt
WASHINGTON
FlIDAY DECEMBER 13 IflOI
snowed thflt n stnicele had taken nlaco
1 3 i
J a
exactly s1 described and he went
iuih uiosraunitc details of it
He toos occasion to brand Hums con
duct on the witness stand nl mod
contemptible and Inexplicable At this I
W inilolu of Iiiilfjieiiilencc
Theosophy therefore Is hut a sum
ming up of wliat has been known before
and can now be rc cnforccd If the school
will be wise by accepting the results of
science or If they refuse to take such
conclusions 33 binding they can at least
cultivate the BClcrtlflc lnbit of mind and
reach their own conclusions
Vnlue of College Ilxprrlmcnls
In further explanation of his change of
attitude Major Clark made the statement
quoted at the beginning of this article
nnd said
The Theosophlc Society as an organi
zation 13 twenty five years old Iy a
happy coincidence It Is about twenty five
years since colleges of this country have
begun to establlsn
laboratories for ex
perimental work In psychology Tho
mmineu tnus far show that it Ij
safer to rely the
on observations and ex
periment of collegiate work than to rest
Implicitly on assertions made In tho older
psychology of the East linwev r
tbey may be Faradays rulo Is tho best
Accept facts but cross examine every
assertion
The Irenlc movement of the dav Is fast
supplanting all specialization in theoso
phlc camps and this is the movement to
which I am now going to give my atten
tion
Major Clark declined to be quoted as
to what action ho would take In conse
quence or his rcsignatlcn but said that
the society would have to accept It as
he no longer desired to continue In hl3
former office and that then he would be
tree to rollou hk own moro recent Idea
WORK ON foURTEENTH STREET
Hill Introilneeil Iroi Idlnrr for Hie
IstetiKiou of TlioriniKlirnrc
Senator McMillan yesterday received a
letter from Mr Dlalr Lee In reference to
the dedication for the extension of Thir
teenth and Fourteenth Streets Mr Lee
says mat me owners appear rcauy to do-
i 11
C0 ludIn5 natc e right of way He then asks for
-- vfc unii proiession
who looked to h for a masterly review
of the case couched In elegant English
The Ilcuiuirlndon of Hnriix
The feature of the day was the denunci
ation of Witness Burns Ayres Intimate
friend by both Mr Douglass and Mr
rulton
Ayre reputation was also aspersed by
the defence They charged him with con
niving with Burns to dstroy Mrs Bo
nlnes honor and that he deliberately lied
to the defendant enticing her to his
room
an appropriation of 60000 for the ex
tension of Fourteenth Street and says
that the land donated will largely offset
mis amount in accordance with Mr
Lees letter Senator McMillan Introduced
esterday a bill for the extension of
Fourteenth Street and the acceptance of
the land dedicated toward tho improve
ment of tho street
HISS STONES CAPTIVITY
llrlcniiils Ircpnrctl in itetnln
the
Cniitlvc All 1 Inter
CONSTANTINOPLE Dec i Accord
ing to several reports received here Miss
Stone and Mme Tsilka are kept In mod
erate comfort by their captors even a
doctor blng available it needed
It Is said that the brigands are prepared
to hold their prisoners through tho
winter
EIRE MENACED SHAMROCK
sir Tliomns llplons Inilit Nnrrmrly
llsenpes Destruction b Pinnies
NEW YOIIK Dec 12 Hard work by tho
Brooklyn firemen saved Sir Thomas Llp
tona racing yacht Shamrock II In a Arc
which wiped away tonlgjt the boiler shops
of the John N Robblns Companys dry
dock at llcard and Dwlght Streets South
Brooklyn
As It was the Shamrocks pnint on her
port side was blistered almost from stem
to stern and the canvas covering which
had been put on her until a shed could be
built over her was a pile of cinders and
sparks
Over three hundred feet of the holler
shop with that part of the pier under It
had burned away before the firemen got
the fire under control The damage will
be large
SPRINT AFTER PURSE CHASER
Jiesro Outran Iolleeiiinnlliu Mopped
ami Wns Arrrxtril
Detective Reynolds had a lively sprint
after William Clark a well dressed ne
gro csterday afternoon Just as the po
lice parade was passing near the corner
of Seventh and Pennslvanla Avenue
northwest Clark was seen by some one
in the crowd of bstanilcrB to snitch a
pockctbok from the hands of an un
known woman He was promptly pursued
and Detective Reynolds Joined In the
chase
The negro was fleet of foot however
and wns distancing his pursuers when
be ran Into Coxs Alley between Sixth
and Seventh nnd I nnd I Streets north
west vherc he attempted to hide under
a vacant house bat was seen by the
He was escorted to Hcadquar
tei where he admitted having snatched
the nockclbjok and a clnrge of larceny
from the rcrson was entered agilnst his
name The police arc now endeavoring
to locate the owner of tho pur3c in order
that It may le returned to him
ltlllroutl Itlilnor Drilled
l mixniLrillA Dec 12 Tho Ienn
Slvanla Railroad officials today pro
nounced as absurd the tory that the
compans gincral offices will be moved
from this city loNvv York when the pro
posed Hudson River tunnel to Manhattan
Is laid and til termnal station In New
York City completed
lit nth of Ciuiliilii I t
NIWAItK N J Dec 12 Capt James
J Meler a well known officer In tho
IniUd States Army died tonight at his
home In He camo to this city
four weeks ago from Los Angeles whero
for four ears he had been In charge of
extensive Government work In tho har
bor He leaves a widow and a sou eight
j cars old
Orellll MiltliifIil Mov iticnf m
NEW YORK Dec 12 Arrived Teu
tonic Liverpool Nord America Naples
Arrived out Majestic from Now York
at Liverpool Graf Waldcrscc from New
ork and Ilnmburg Zeland from New
York ami Cherbourg
WTI1 AM UN
Tlie many friends of John Blount will lij plrued
lo lesm tint he liss tntlrily recovercd4rom his
attack of theumati n Cliamberlains Iala Balm
cured him after the best doctors In ths town
wline be lives Monon Ind had tailed to gie
relief The prompt relict from pain which this
Iinirutnl afford is alone worth many times its
ret If troubled with rheumatic pains lame
thouldcr lame back or ftifl Joints lre it 1
trial and you are certain to be delighted with
Ihc piotnpt cure wmen 11 win enecc or sale by I
llcrrj Lraru Wholesale and Retail All DrucUU I
THE FEAR OF IIU3IRUU
Prevent Jinny People ITom Trjlnrr
n Good Medicine
Rlnmi ImiIIu i
journed fallg e and court ad- most eases so obstinate to cure that
When court convened yesterday morn
ing Mr Fulton resmcd his argument
began the day previous
AlV1ultoiis Address
He nssjnrted Mrs Donlne cared no moro
for Arethan she did for the hundred
and one pcsho had danced with at the
Kcnmore He charged Ayres with taking
advantage of her friendship for him by
endeavoring to ruin her
Mr Fulton was cmphitle In declaring
he l llcvcd Ares had hatched a plot with
his friend Hums lo bring Mrs Ilonlnc to
the formers room He snld further Ayres
was In a reckless condition because of
his Intoxication and ready for any
deviltry
But God was with this little woman
on the awful night when she battled for
Icr virtue declared her counel and
It was this divine strength that nldcd
her In defeating the vile purpose aimed
at her chastity as a wife and mother
THEOSQPHISTS LOSE A LEADER
ContinuiJ frm lint Pjgc
fv nt upi iu iook vwm suspicion on any
remedy claiming to be a radical per
manent cure for dyspeosla nnd Indigestion
Many such pride themselves on their
kcu ness In never being humbugged es
pecially In medicines
This fear of being humbugged can be
carried too far so far In fact that many
people suffer for jctrs with weak diges
tion ntber than risk n little time and
money in faithfully testing the claims
made of a preparation so reliable and uni
versally used ns Stuarts Dyspepsia
Tablets
Now Stuirts Dyspep9la Tablets
are vastly different In one Important re
spect from ordinary proprietary medicines
for the reason that they arc not n secret
patent medicine no secret Is made of
their ingredlentx although they are sold
by all drugzlsls under protection of
tradcrnrk but analsls shows them to
contain the natural dlgestlvo ferments
pure asptlc pepsin the dlgestlvo acids
Golden Seal bismuth hydrastls and nut
They nr not cathartic neither do they
set ponjrully on any organ but they
cure Indigestion on the common sense
plan of digesting the food eaten thorough
ly before It has time to ferment sour and
cause the mischief This is the only se
cret of their success
Cathartic Pills never have and never
I can cure indigestion nnd stomach troubles
because they net entirely on the bowels
whereas the whole trouble is reall In
the stomich
Stuarts Dspepsla Tablets taken after
meals digest the food That Is all there
Is to It Food no digested or half digest
ed is poison ns It creates gas ncidity
headaches palpitation of the heart lass
of flesh and many other troubles which
arc often called by some other name
X SCIIU APTZ A rn ZMAV
T
I Toniorro
W t
YIM
f 1
if
I
measure
black tbibcts
and fancy
weaves made
up faultlessly
1125 for 56
to 58
Trouserings to
your measure
a splendid lino ot striped
steds made of fabrics spun from
famous Australian wool tailored
In the tcTT best manner Just as
perfectly as though you wero pa-
lag worth prices
Schwartz Pelzman
TAILORS
505 507 Seventh St
Tiijynis sin
It T hNOC Auctioneer
TRUSTEFS S VI K OF TH O T VLLAIILE I OTS I
OUT JIli Ell HEIGHTS MAItTIIE COUNTY
COLlT 110Lt
Ily virtue ot a deed of trust recorded in Liber
No 4 folio one of the land records of
Alexandria County MrRinia default lurinj oc
curred in the payment of the note secured thereby
and at the request of the holder thereof tie un
dersigned tmee will otfr for sale it public
auction on the premucs on TUr riY DE
rEilllllt ELNritN 17 A 1 1W1 at
TllliFE OCLOCK V JI the foll rainj desirable
real estate in the County of Alexandria Mate of
V inuili to wit Lots numbered four 4 and
fire 5 ia block numbered three 3 in the
subdivision of Fort Jljir IleiRhts
Terms of alc Three hundred dollars cash
balance in one and two years at six rer cent per
annum ecured bv trust deed on said property
ilenot of II required at time of sale
Tcrtrj to be complied with in ten days or the
propeity to be resold at risk and cot ol de
faulting purchaser Conieyantirc and recording
at purchasers cost
FO P ROBINSON Tni tce
701 Hth st nw Washington O a
C03IJIIilONnilS AOTICE
OH ICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE
IllSTHICT OF lOlLMMV VV ValllNCTOV J0
VhMHHl 30 -I Notice is hereby Risen that
the Commt ioners of the D trict of Columbia
intend to tin- the following named improT
rnents which are in th ir Judgment nrcrasary
tor the public Itfalth safety and comfort As
sessments for oce hitf ot the cost of the same
will be made as provided in public act No 171
arprovrd August 7 1 91 Parties who are in
terested in the proposed work ire notified lint
the Commissione s will eive a li rin at tlw
District ilmlding on VVHNH U lF FMIfIlt
ia liol VT 11 OCIOCK A SI In the board
room ol the ald lomm wioners to any and all
persons who rosy desire to ohiect thereto Con
stmct stoneware sewer as follow i In One half
kirr4 nmthwst from O to I Street abnttinr
all lots in squares B5I and 053 which front on
One half Mreet between the limibi named esti
mated cwt ySOlU1 In Smith Street northte t
bitwwn Thirly flrst snd Mrrcts
butting lots 43 U 47 SI 53 SI - ami 57 anil
that trt of lot ii abutting on iitli Mrert and
1 iginntni at a point lil 17 feet west of the
west bulldins line of Tlurtv nri1 Street ami run
ning west If HI test all m square 11- esti
mated ct MM is In Wisconsin vvenue north
west from Milwiutec to Newark Mrcets abut
ting all loti fronting upon the east aide nf Wis
consin vsrrue between the limits named esti
mated t ySSOtsl liy order of the HoaM of
Vimmissioners of the District of Columbia WIL
LI M T1NDUL Secretary deJ31311
ivriit
F1W IIWS ONIA Rooms papered
iamplcs tnniRht HINT 467 4 st
I 75 up
mlO 7
NOLTE t Oth nw Is constantly receiving
the latest and most ittractlie designs In Wall
lapeis and papers rooms from U up Call
snd Investigate lor oursclt and be convinced
mlt
mini
WHIT Thursday DecrrmVr 1 at 7 03 p m
1- WHITE wife of George K White and
ilaughter of Agnes C and the late Jacob 4
CVnmwill
Interment at Baltimore
Baltimore papera copy ml
VllMSTRONt S iJJenly at her late residence
W 1 je street northeast J1NNIE M beloved wife
of Hush It rmtrong
Notice of funeral herialter ml
TIILChFR On Widneiday December II 1001
beloved husband of Mary
at B P m JOHN
Theacr aged sevtnty ene Tears
Funetal from I eca Cliapel December IJ ICOt
at 3 oclock p m d
Tuesliy December 10 1 1 at
4 40 p tn ISOR lIoved ilaughter of James W
Hughes at her residence SOS I Street northwest
Funeral 1 rlday December 13 1MI at 2 30 p
m from Secund tlaptlet Church cll 2
ASTHMA AND CONSUillTION CLltUD
By the Koch Lung Cure
MO Nassau Street New York
And 27 E Street Wi hitoo
t
i
5
T
ml
for J 5
and SS t
Suitings
to your j
MESSRS W J SLOANE
OF NEW YORK
Temporary Office Until December 14 190 I
734 Fifteenth Street N W Washington D C
Tlfeir representative will be pleased
to show at the above address
FOR IMMEDIATE AND FUTURE DELIVERY
The latest styles and colorings in
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CARPETINGS
Comprising all the various qualities such as Axminstcr
Wilton Wide Velvet in plain colorings Body Brussels
and heavy Ingrain in Morris effects
He will also be prepared to receive orders for Carpets
in one piece from special designs to suit decoration of
rooms
srn it MTicis
OltlCE OFTHK
CItrsvrFAhK VM OHIO CtXvL CO
vmupolU ild n s toot
In nnrsi ice of tlte power in nur rrst d by aid
umJrr the ch rtf of TUB CIIKSAPEAkK M
OHIO CANb COSIPAXT I hereby appoint in
call general niectna ef the stockholder o
aid Company to be held ia trie Executive
Chamber In the City cf Annapolu MX on
ttrDNESim THE 15TH IUY OF JNUAUV
IMS VT 10 OCLOCK A M said ap
pointed date beiic in tke IrtfemI between the
ia t cptinff of Mid stoc holdrrs ard tne next
annual meeting thereof
T S MUMFOrtD President
TUB COJIPANY
JOTICK OF IXICTION OF TRUSTEE5
Notlre ii hereby cuen tbit a meeting of the
ftoeMmlden of The TimM Company will be held
at the office ot the curapany in the Hutchim
Ituildinir comer of 10th and D sts nw Wash
ington I C on the MTU DvT OF J vN UAH 11
1W it 2 O CLOCK P M for the purpose of
electing fife trustees for the ensuing year and
for the trarbuction of such other business as rnay
properly come before audi raeetmir
Dated Uajlilrgton D C December 12 loot
U DvNTE
del--lm Secretary
TUB Chil rens llnrplta 1 his a deed ot treat on
it fcr twenty thousand dollars on which It is
riyicg Interest Help to pay iL
11TII im OK lrut lllrn A ii lJi at
P Jf at Oil Louisiana are nw the
followirg personal property lxlon3 to said
linn
II
T it
A LOTION SILKS
DtNCNaO nrtOS Auctioneers
S VLE OF HORSES v UHVSS DESK STOVE
NI OT1IEK VRTICLES
Ta selte the Line ot the late Brm of Kelier
Chamberlain dLvoIred by the death of Ed
ward II Chamberlain I will is mr iTinc part
ner sell at public auction on VlDVESDvA the
Two im es wacenf 2 sets harness iron sate
friH Li nalrs scales 1 OIce desk 1 table 1
lose lot of eg enseu potato liajs and cluc en
coop butter bote utile etc anil one snare
of stock In the Lincoln 1 1 1 1 Association ot the
par value o ill
TFIllb Cash ANDRFVT V KEXLET
SurTrin Partner
The above tale is postpon d until KI1IDYY
DEChJIDEIt 13 KOI at the same time ami place
ANDRFn U KFLLY
dell13 SurrlTUiit Partnir
ixcii MiTicns
N THE M PREME COIRT OF THE DISTRICT
lit IAI1L Jllll S I1UIUI ut ti -
OH OHIIHNS COIRT PLSINEiS In re
Estate ot AN E O II RE Deceased No
70 ISt Administration Docket ti
Application having been made to the Supreme
rv t -I District ot Columbia holdin I
special tenn for Orphans Court bu inei for
or me last win ami i utmcu -
firobato trlnienfarr on said estate br Elizabeth
OHare ant Michael J Gilbert it Is o dered this
litis day of December ICOl that notice is hereby I
given to liincent Ollare and to all others con
cerned to appear In said court on rHIDvv tne
17TII DvY OF JXUI1Y A D l KK AT 10
O CI OCR v M to ehow caus why such appli
cation shoud not be granted ThU notice shall
be publblied in the Wishtniton Law Reporter
and The Wellington Times once in each of three
snecessitf weeks before the return day therein
mentioned the first publication to be not lea
than thirtv days before said return day
By the Court
JOB IJvRYtRD Justice
Attest-
mi IS DENT Register of W Hu
ll UllLTUN fc COLBERT Utorneys for Appli
cant
IN THL SI IREME COl RT OF THE DISTRICT
OF tOLlMnn CHRISTlNE IllpsON Pe
titioner vs CIlvRLLS II HUDSON Re
spondent No S--43 In firoity
On motion of the petitioner by her solicitors
Mess V v Piracy and Oeo et ITancu W Uliams
it Is this 11th day of December v D lslt
ordered Oat Hie rpondc it cause hu appearance
to be entered lercin on or before the flt rule
diy occuning forty lays after this day other
wise this cause will be proceeded with as ia
case of detaiilt The object of this suit Is to
1 diro ce from the bond of maiTuge sub
sWIng between the petitioner and th re
spondent oa the ground of willful desertion ind
ibandonirent of the pititioner by the respondent
for the hill term of two je This o der U to
lw publ dml la the Wi hington las Reporter
anu lite Hisnmgion times once - wee- mi mc
successive weeks before said rule day
A D II VCNhlt
A tnu copv Test
J II VOING Clerk
By M v CLANCY Assiitant Clerk
del3 rt7
IN THE st PREME COLRT OF THE DISTRICT
OF C0IIMIIH ILIVBETH BLKCII Pe
titioner vs FDUMll BLRCII Re-
InUltV No 271
On motion of the petitioner by Robert Preston
healcy her solicitor it is this Hth day of
December I l Ol ordered that the rt
sponilent Fdiard f Rurch cause hu appearance
to be cnte rsl herein on or befj e the erst rule
day oeturririr forty diys after this date othir
wie the eaue will le proceeded with as in cx e
of iVfault IroTidcd however that thw order
shall be rn1 ln lr Wwhington Ijw
ami The Washington Times once a ek
Kir three sticrcKsise weeks ticfure ra d return day
The object of tins suit is to obtaui an absolute
dirorce from respondent on the ground of de
sertion
Br the Court
fsVsli A B UttNFR
true copv Test
J I Mil NC Clerk
Br I- I WILLI VMS Vssistant Clett
IN Till s IHFME COLRT Oi THF HISTRICT
oFtoitMIHV noiiiiNi srrci Ttitji
Oil OlilHVNS COURT IllINk 3 IN RE
l STTLll L Dcec sol No
MM Vdinintitration DocVet 27
Application having been made to the Supreme
Court ot the District of Columbia lieMin a
specul term for Orphans ou t huaiuest for
irubate of the last will and testament and for
letter of administration e t a on said estate
lr William I jltntine and Charles E Valen
tine It ia ordered this 3tli day rf December 11MI
tliat rnillce rl nrrvoj Kien iu
and to all otiew lonee w el to appear In
sii1 cmut on MONDW Till l TII I OF
JVNIVin I l vTionciociv M
to show canse why such application should not
be grante1 This notice shall lw published ill
the Wflhi igton I tw Reporter and The Wash
ington Tiiom once in cneli of three successive
tlte S oelore lite iciuih i ij iimeiu iriruiioiu ti
Ihc first Hiblication to be not Ies than thuty
dara before said return day
ily the Court
JOB B RNVRD Justice
lOLl v DINT Regbter ot Willi
E P MORE Vttorney tor Applicant
dc613 0
IN THF SI PRFME C0LRT OF THE DISTRICT
OF COl t VIBl V HOLDIM A SiLl I L TFR J
Hilt ORPHANS ObltT ILslNfhIN Rk
-TATE Ol I VLHA CHIDFR Ik vescd So
1044 Vdrrinislratlon Docket SS
pplication bating been rraile t the Supreme
Court ot the Di tnct of Columbia holding a
srvcial tenn for Orplians Cou t bustnest for
of the lajt will and testament and for
frobate testamentary on paid estate by Harrison
Crook it is ordered this Stli ilay of December
1111 that notice ia berebr given to the unknown
heirs and nevt of kin of the said Laura Critler
deceased and to all others concerned to appear In
raid court on WFDNEMI the S1TI l OF
JXNUAK I I- f I OCIXICh A M
to ahow cause why sutti applnatlou slitull cot
be granted This notire shall be published in
th IVashington Ijw Reporter and The Waah
haton Times once in each of three aucccssire
week before the rcturr day therein mentioned
the rlrst publication to be not less than thiiti
da lfore said return day
tly the Court
JOB DUtVARD Jibtlce
Altest
LOUIS v DFNT Rfjlstrr of Wills
RRA4TENBCR S lilt tNDENlll 110 Attorneys
for prdlcant dc1Ueo
Was 0 Williams
DEALER IN
Furniture Carpets etc
Seventh and D N W
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
0 Fairs of
114 Yiiite Wool Blankets
Kegular J3 quality with fancy borileri
and bound ends
325 a Pair
Also 130 Pairs ot
114 Fine Grey Blankets
Full size fancy borders regular J0O
Dlankets
S2C0 a Pair
Wash B Williams
Smm and D fi w
0
I-
WonJer what will todayf
Merfz
A
TULORS
OP THE ER
Tho I
quickest
sale of t
such a size I
ereever t
know n t
Orders t
Piling in
so rapidly
tlat tne v
tell the s
story of value
wg for thTOcIros hotter
than ink ami t
paper can ever
tell it
1 0 Ftanrcs
a nn
TO TOIR ORDER 3490
TO OCR ORDER 2990
f3J FABRICS enr nn
TO IOLR ORDER -O-PO
MOFUIRICS COl AA
TO TOUR ORDER Zl90
Mi FU1RICS CfT nn
TO YOIR ORDER i 90
KOFUIRICS CIO
no
TO -OUR ORDER J 09U
sis fabrics en nn
TO -OUR ORDER 9yf
Merfz co
906 F St
TO SECURE
tho publication of
Your Name
I THE NEXT ISSCE OF TI13
Telephone Directory
Application for service should be rcade before
December 16 1901
TThen leal restrictloas Co not prevent ths
buiMing of lines stations will be etis
lishcd promptly
Washington Service
Rcs dence from 3fl0 month
from 275 per month
Annual contrjcU iontit pajrmenti
Chesapeake and Poto
mac Telephone Co
619 I4th N W
THARPS BERKELEY M
8U T STREET
REPUTATION BLtLT OS QUALlTr
itmvoto
m
delightfully pure Ot full n
whiskey dUiilled - SI TI HI
ly for rry trade vl M
PHONE 701 3
Edward J Quinn G04 Pa hi
Prices for Fine Tailoring Reduced
3 S 7K forSiBOO
iysai J Ovcrcoatlnss
made to your mcanrc and made up
faultlessly -of oxfords with yokes or
without velvet collars and turned
correct lcnnth
SCHWARTZ i PELZMAN
- 7 Seventh St
IJNnCltTAKlIlS
U It
SPUAUE
Liidertiikrr mill Uuilmliuer
V St M AV
CtrrythD stricll flrst cliss on the most res
terms
Telerhone call Ifaln 4U
J WILLI A VI Ir C
tnilertuter nml llverr
tU Tenn Ate N VV Wishtajtnn D C

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