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: CUTTER SERVICE, WITH v LARGE VESSELS, BESIDES SMALL CRAFT, AND MORE THAN 1.300 MEN.
THEIR SUMMER HOMES.
Coi)tiuu<d from aprood pafe.
J nurn-.T reports, never getting far from New
Tie British Embassy Is in Stonehorst. the
reJie:;ce at Intervale. N. 11., of the Rev. 1 >r.
Herri] i and the Counsellor of the Embassy
and Lady IsibeJla Howard also have a cottage
near by. Outdoor life there is at its best in
Ju!r_. August and September, and the English
fllplomats expect to enjoy their stay there to
the full, especially as there are mountains near
for the ambassador to scale.
Boathcr Cottage, Bass Rocks, Mass., is this
year bousing the Siamese diplomats, Phra
Batanayaptl serving as charge d'affaires in the
ai>st nee of the minister in Siam.
The Minister from th* Netherlands and Mine,
van Swindercn have a cottage at Northeast
Harbor, Me., for July and August, while
Felipe Pardo, the Minister from Peru, and Mine.
Pardo are ready at Overledge. Manchester
by-tlie-Sea. Accustomed to warm climates,
most of (he South and Central American diplo
mats are slow In moving and remain at their
various legations in the capital until the Bum
mer is half spa -
Europe <'....:: this year an ansually large
ctrmber of both diplomats and Washington so
ciety people, many of them going to attend the
peace conference at The Hague. The dean
PRACTICE SHIP CHASE.
ir to be re^'aceJ tv the steam practice 6hip !ta-,k», *orrrc-)y U- 3. S. Bancroft
rTER THE 7 S
]:: r '-- the Alaska coast and Bering Sea.
NEW-VOKK DAILY TRIBUNE, SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 1907.
of the diplomatic corps, Baron Edmondo
Mayor dcs Planches, has Joined the baroness
abroad, to be absent until late fall, and Baron
EXengelmuller, the Ambassador from Austria-
Hungary, will also spend the season in Europe
with his wife and little daughter. M. Jus.se
rand has always made it his habit sine* his ap
pointment to this country as Ambassador from
Fran • to spend the whole summer with
Mine. Jusserand in his own country, his de
parture this season being delayed by the visit
of the French naval offici rs to the Jamestown
exposition. M. des Portes de a Fosse, who re
cently returned from a visit to France, accom
panied by Mm. des fortes de ]p. Fosse and
their daughter, will spend the summer in New
port, with short visit to other re.-orts. The
Minister from Norway md Mm IJauge will
also divide their time between their Newport
home and New England oils.
The .... German Embassy, Count
Hatzfeldt, and Mr. Radowitz. second secretary ,
will go to Dublin, N. H. where ex-Secretary
Hitchcock also has a New Hampshire home.
The peace conference called Si nor Nairn* <•
the Brazilian Ambassador, from this country,
as it did the Danish Minister, the Haytian Min
ister and the Cuban Minister, each of whom
brought his family with him. The Belgian
Minister and Baroness Moneheur and the Swiss
Minister, M. Leo Vogel, will be in Europe .:i
Many of those known to Washington society
are now in Europe. Mr. and Mrs John YV.
* ■ —
Foster, Mrs. Alfred Clifford Barney, Mrs. and
Miss T wnsend, Mrs. Hope <; in m< I Plater, Sen
ator Beveridge, Mrs. Don Cameron and Miss
Martha Cameron, Captain and Mi Richardson
Clover, Mrs. John K. Re;, burn ar.d daughter.
Senator and Mrs. Depcw, Mrs. Robert Shaw
Oliver, Miss Marion Oliver, Mrs. Bert Patter
son, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Legare. Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Legare, Mrs. Stanley Mathcws,
Senator and Mrs. Newlanda and the Misses
Kean, sifters of the Senator from New Jersey,
form a coterie from both resident and official
sets whose return In the fail will mark the
opening i f U'j hington social circles.
Both the army and navy of the I'nited States
vi.! be well repr - nted abroad this summer.
General ... T ..i Mrs. Gillespie, General and Mrs.
Sharpe, Major Genera] and Mrs. G. De Witt
Wil x, r. S. A., Brigadier General Edgerly,
Captain and Mrs. E. L. Michie, Brigadier Gen
eral and Mrs Charli W. Hobbs and Rear
Admira C • II Sto kton are a few who
ii . • all ad> sailed.
While N*< wpi rt will i I lim Mr. an i Mrs. George
W. Vandcrbilt, now winter residents of Wash
. . Mr. and Mrs. Edson Bradley.
Mrs • .:• icl Spencer and others, and Bar Har
bor wi : hav< Mr. and Mrs. Hennen Jennings,
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Henderson, Major and
Mrs. McCauley and Baron Ambrosy, who has
established the Au I I . Embassy
I y far the largest numbi r ■•:' capital resi
dents ..:■ to be found in New England, includ
ing Mi :.-. ; Mrs. William J. Boardman, at
Mai hester, Mr. .-i;: i Mrs. Larz Anderson at
Beverly Farms, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore
at Pride's Crossing, who have as their con
i-enientlj located neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Ga»*c!
n r Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nelson
Page, Mrs. Seaton Schroeder, Mrs Southerland,
Mr and Mrs. Henry May, General Miles, Mr?
Kean, the mother of Senator Kean, and Mrs.
Titian J. Coffee, while at Nahant are Senator
and Mrs. Lodge, Judge Bancn rt Davis, William
El. Dull and the Rev. Roland Cotton Smith.
"THE HEAVER OF COALS."
Mrs Fanny Cro by, the auth' r of hyn ns, is
still, though eighty-si v< n y< • : In first rate
"Not long ag ' said a New York clergyman,
"I visiti '1 Mi s. i"i • by In P.ridgi • ■ • and found
h< r.\, e< dii -■ ■ ■ ■ nlng. I shan't i ■ • ■
t si ime of thi j . •• . • ■•• ■ |
"i lur talk tui n Ito the ibj< tof hildn n's
■ ■ • rof Bib! ■ ■
and ] arabli s, and sin I d i v . ng story on
this ).■ a !.
"She i ■ ■ ■ boy ■ . ' ■■
lay from sd . ■
■ ' a tin
" "Oh, 1 said his mother, 'don't think of revenge,
Willie. Do kind to Jack. Heap coals of (Ire on
his head. Then he will become your frier,. h'
"Willie thought he would try this method . He
did not see Jack Jones till the next day at re
cess. Just as he was buying a lemon pie for
luncheon Jack appeared and said:
" 'Look here, I licked you yesterday, but I
didn't give you enough. Now I'm going to lick
"A-. : ! • planted a hard blow on Wi lie'
: ■ mach.
"Willie gasped aril grunted, but instead of
i'■ king back he •■.:•:.:■:.. pie :<> Jones.
" 'Here,' hi said, in a kindly voice, 'I'll give
you this. I make you a I'--' 1 of it."
"Jack Jones, in glad amaz< ment. fell upon
the v> greedilj, ar.J it had soon disappeared.
■■■<:<>sh, i; was good,' !,•■ said. What <li.: you
give it to ;: c for? 1
■• "Be cause you struck me, 1 .said the heaper of
•Instantly Jon. hauled off and struck him
•' 'Now, go and get another pie," he said."
U. S. REVENUE CUTTER SEMINOLE.
She cruises iiorr. Cape Hatteras to the coast of I
AMPHIBIOUS MOTOR (JR.
Designed to Travel on Both Land
and Water with Equal Ease.
A Frenchman named Ravaillier has ir.v.-nted a
sort of amphibious motor car, which travels witn.
equal ease upon land <>i water. The most im
portant parts of the mechanism are inclosed in
watertight coverings, and to quit the road and
enter the river it is necessary only to manipu
late a lever acting alternately upon the wheels
md ui". n a screw at the back of the far-boat
This curious vehicle seems scarcely likely to
promote touring in n mot* regions where bridges
are as scarce as rivers are numerous, because
where there are no bridges there are no roads
fit for automobiles. It seems rather an econom
ical combination permitting those who live near
the water to possess a motor car and a motor
boat in one. But perhaps it Is not yet time
•unce upon the prai deal value of thia
1 MARRIAGE DE CONTEXANCB.
Gelett Burgess at the recent dinner of the
American Booksellers' Association of Xew York
said: "I once knew a San Franciscan who mar
ried a girl for her money. She was not a pretty
girl, and as time passed and lovi cooled she
developed a rather tart tongue.
"One day her husband bought with his quar
ter's allowance a 20-horsepower automobile He
took the ear home gayly and brought his wift
out to the front door to look at it. She gave
It one si ■ . . . . . .
" ' n ' s v< ' y ■ i • but if it ha In"1 !>■ . n for my
mi nej it •.■ ■ ,idn I be h< re."
" 'Well, Mamie, aid the I . md q lickly, 'if
it hadn't be< n for youi • . : ./ t
hen yi ursi If.' "
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Govei ■ • rt of Peni . r -\7\ 7
in Han . ■ ■ that hi ; ed:
'■■'' : ■ em
' :•: • ' do proposed
for the hand
1 the i ■ t
■ . Well.
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v, L 3
talking about bright newspaper headlines.
-As biisht a headline as I know," said he.
"\v?s written by a youth of eighteen in a San
Frar, ;■•;■.-,, :..«>;.;,,..•■ :!;•,. Tfure was a bin
up to prohibit the sale of alcoholic drinks within
four mil.s • ;' the University ..:' California, and
th!s bill tj>e youth headed:
'"An A(t to Promote Pcdestrianism Among
C.'ur Students.' "
MIXED i <>;>■; .<.
AH •?:'••• Sunday school for the first
time and had come home filled with information.
She v ■•■■"■■■ ■ . to say to her s:\-year-old
sister, as she laid a wee hand over her art.
"When you hear something wite here, you know
it is conscience wMspering to you."
"No such thing," responded Six-ycar-oJd; "it's
just wind In :• ir tummy." '.;;:• tt's Maga-