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I'arl un t! r.ittlruiu of OI.l Manila.
Kc-drawu from au illiulraliou iu "Ou to Maulla."
The Departure of the First
Reproduced from au UliuUatlon
Baiting "Old Olory" at ort Santa Cm, Kadraa Iriaoda.
Reproduced from an UUtlraMaa la " Oa t UaalW
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Fleet of Transport.
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EUGENE ROGERS, Basso of the "
OTIS ON THE GRIDIRON
Examlner-Joiinal Says the Navy Will
Some One on The Olympia Said to be CalllDfi
For Iavestlgatlon Secretary Root Knows
Nothing of It.
Washington, StptPtnbor 25.
An investigation of tho scnndnl in
voking General Otis, and baaed
on a letter from a naval oflieer
who is eaicl to bo attached to the
Olympia, will bo had as soon hh
Admiral Dewey arrivos. The
charges to be investigated ore that
Otis sent "lying reports" (acbaroo
said to have boon oripinally tamo
to Otia1 face by Admiral Dewey);
that, through maladministration
of nffairs, the insurgents wero per
mitted to rece've arms and ammu
nitions; that bribes were received
for furnishing clearance papers to
merchant vessols and for the pri
vilege of permitting commerce be
tween island ports; that thd man
agement of the tinclads, the so
called "army gunboats," was su
wretched and irresponsible that
Dewey found it necessary to
threaten to seize Otis' vessels on
the ground that they were a men
aco to navigation.
These gravo charges Grst ap
pearing in the Administration
newspaper must be disproved in
full by General Otis, because the
proof of any one of them isenongh
to have him court-martialed and
dismissed from the sorvioe of the
United States. They are, in faot,
so gravo that it was evident to-day
that tho Administration officials
had been cautioned not to discu:s
them on their merits until Dewoy,
Sohurmann and Worcester and
Otis bad been heard from.
Secrotary of War Boot said that
ho was tired of tho process of history-making
by anonymous lite
raturo. He said that the state
ment that Mr. Sohurmann had
repeated the allegations credited
to tho naval officer to tho Presi
dent oould hardly bo true, inas
much as he (Root) had a two hours'
talk with Professor Schurmaun
and that nothing of the kind was
The Stato Dopnrtment view is
that Admiral Dewey "could not
novo mado such n Bpoctnclo of
nimsoit" as reported in threaten
ing to seize vessels belonging to
tuo array Hervico; that ho is not
the man to put the United States
in ouch an attitudo boforo tho
onm and tiii: ciumisu.
Washington, Septombor 25.
Secrotary Root has rpoeived a ca
ble meBsngo from General Otit,
regarding the Ohineso situation in
the Philippines. Ho enys tha too
ship-load of eovon(huudrcd can bt
loaded without sorious intorfot
mice with military oporatioiiB,
Goneral Otis discussed at consul
oraMo leugth tho subject of Chi
peso in tho Philippiuo IaIuuiIb
and tbo dispatch wus refcrroil to
tho State Department wlnre it
was made the subject ot confer
once botweon Actiuu' Secretary
Hill and the Ohineso Minister.
Lyrics," as the Rajah In "Said Pasha."
THE REGULAR ARMY BAND
Tho stars may siDg together,
And tho hea-eus givo foith eoug
Iu tlivino angelic chorus
As tho centuries roll along;
But by far tho mightiest musio
I'hnt stirs emotions grand,
Is tho soul inspiring harminy
Of tho Regular Army Hand.
Don't you hear it coming ?
Everybody run I
Drop your monoy making,
LiuiHU to the drum 1
Don't you feel tbpglory
Creeping up your spino ?
Following in line
Some rich cathedral organ
May holy thoughts inspire;
The sympathetic human voice
May swell a stirring choir;
But overybody knows
There's nothinrr in thn Unrl
Liko tho swinging martial music
ji iue ueguiar .army isanu.
Listen to it playing:
" Country 't is of Thee 1"
Souids like peoplo praying
What's this going forward,
High and proudly born ?
'Tia Our Country's Banner
Bcarred and battle-torn.
Always The FIg Victorious,
Uphold by the Patriot's hand,
Shall bo the.inspiration
Of the Regular Armv Band.
W. F. 8ADIN.
I1IQ ItACKHH COMPARED.
New York, Sept. 28. Tho Col
umbia was dooked at tho Brooklyn
Navy Yard this aft'rnoon. 8he
will probably remain there until
Tbo contrast between the lines
of tho Shamrock and tho Colura
bia aro very marked. In tho form
or ono can see a big balky craft
dependent upon a groater spread
of canvas for superiority in speed,
while the latter has the thorough
bred appearauco that comes with
finer lines and a moro slender
Captain Philip Ellsworth, who
designed tho Atlantic, saw the
Columbia. He said ho bolieved
tho Columbia, would (Infant th
Shamrock, but thought tho Irish
oruu wouiu provo us good as tho
American in evcrv noitit of nitilinrr
except in windward work.
Ilosaid: "Build a boat with a
hull like the Shamrock, put on a
keel likn that of tho old Aiuuiiua,
cut do.wn tho sail and I'll hot she
would defeat tho Columbia hands
OAKUT WO OI WAS KILLICII.
Mauila, Sept. 29, 9 a. ra. It is
reported by a person who has just
arrived from Turdao that CaJot
Welborn 0. Wood, who was iu
enmmaud of tho United States
Guiibnt Urdaueta rootiutly cap
tured and debtroyod by tho insur
L'outrt in the Orani river, on the
mrthwest of Manila bay and five
of tho nine enlistnd men forming
tho ciuu wero killed during tho
fighting previous to tho dostruo
tiou of tho vessol.
Tho fourother monand the cap
t tired caution a 1-pnumlor rapid
lire l'iui, a Colt macbino uun mid
a Nordenfoldt 23-tuillimotorgun
worn taken to Alpine.1
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