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The English army has been indulging in some
lew forms of manoeuvring. A recent one that
ras c*ubbed "The Battle of Hastings, 1909.
ensisted in supposing that all rail commumca
ion between London and the seacoast was sud-
"GOLF CAIUSET XOIV.
Continued from Oft li o*Kr
am lons b.-for»> the Scotch game really caught
a foothold in this country For the last fifteen
years the Parliamentary Handicap, open to
memlMTs of the House of bords and House of
Commons, has l n one of the events of the
season A J Balf our. formerly Prime Minister.
capable of holding his own In almost any com
pany on the links, baa generally been prom
inent in these affairs Joseph Chamberlain was
also an enthusiastic golfer until stricken with
paralysis Joseph H. Choate has displayed more
than ordinary Interest in the sport
At Washington. President Tart has no monop
oly on golf, for even the Japanese Ambassador
is Included among the close students of Uw
ancient game, md from present Indications it
looks as if Chevy Chase will have to be re
narm'u the "course of all natl
An id. -a of U'..- unusual hold golf ha upon
well known men ran be gleaned by glancing
back at the seniors' tournament at Kpa
last fall, when somotl ng fifty men prom
inent in various walk I Irovc off the first
t PC The ■•■!■ - ime of the ■• tei ins made
that day would have done credit to anj tourna
GENERAL HOOT 1 1 JUBILEE.
< <.rilinu.<l from third oac<-
\iv>' m..r<- than a year tf he did Theyoungman
lid not take the pastorate, bul he continued to
Ik-ork hard in his chosen field of evaneelization
ununK Ui-' [ r an.l wretched After arduous
flays of labor he nightly went Into the !.> w .-st
Hum.-, of the English cities, preaching with ail
the fervor of an enthusiasi the doctrine of sal
ration, bearing without resistance the Jeers and
laiasilea of hoodlums, and later the tntic-r oppo
sition of organized chun !:• s
Half a <->>ntury a^'i be and his Wife, who was
Catherine Uuml ird, were ill there was of t!i<'
then undreamt-of Salvation Army To-day it
has entered and occupied flfty-four countries
til th<- xr>:ii monarchies save Russia, which is
•till being stormed !>y the general himself in an
effort to break down the established church's
fear of a rival and Its power ■iv.-r the despotic
bureaucracy. It has 8,358 separate societies <>r
|K>sts. with i: l . j :*T commissioned officers or ''tn
ploy»-s arul 77,285 local officers and bandsmen.
2t publi.sln-.s seventy-one different periodicals
In twenty-six languages, having a combined cir
culation of more than 50,000.000 a year It ,-i.n
ducts 860 social institutions of various s.>rt| aril
620 Jay schools
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. APRIL 4. 1909.
FINDING THE ENEMY IN THE DARK: A MILITARY SEARCHLIGHT ON A MOTOR CAR IN THE FIELD.
denly cut off. The problem then arose how to
send forces most expeditiously to Hastings. This
was solved by using large numbers of automo
biles, lent or requisitioned for the purpose. Ex
cellent results were obtained. Armored automo-
The sociological work in the United Statt-s
alone, oven translated into statistics, is imi>r>-s
siv<\ and it senres to give a better conception of
the greatness of the whole vast machine. There
up' seventy-nine workingmen's hotels, which
i:i_st year supplied 2,250,000 beds and 500.000
meals. Eighty-nine industrial homes cared for
12.845 men, twenty-four rescue homes ad
mitted l.*')7S women and Kirls. three farm
colonies took can- of 109 persons and four
children's homes hay sheltered 277 children.
The twenty-four slum post workers visited
persons, but the good they did can
not be told in figures or words. More than
r.,000 prisoners were assisted on bHnc dis
charged. ::"... '.h» prisoners were visited, 305.004
Christmas dinners were supplied, r*li»'f was
given to 267.000 persona outside of homes, and
HONEY LODGE. A VILLA BUILT ESPECIALLY FOR BEES.
In the garden of a schoolmaster who lives in a little German town stand the most remarks*)!*
beehives in the world. One of these, that representing a villa, wti illustrate. Other hives are
in the form of a castle, a sentry, an inn, a windmill, a lion, a bear and an elephant. The
villa, in particular, is built with the greatest care, and can boast such signs of human Sabi
ta'ion as window curtains. Two and sometimes three swarms of bees live In It.
— Ttw Sketch.
biles were also tested. So were motor trains of
freight wagons for supplies and ammunition.
Motor ambulances were employed by the hos
pite' corps. One of the most striking results
was attained by the mi'itary searchlight on a
for 71.0 00 rnt^n and womea employment was ob
And through the glamour of all this work
looma th<- figure of the g.-n.-ral. a striking one
in every sense. At eighty, erect, cl*ar, eyed,
vigorous, he still addresses audiences of many
thousands with the old seal in his volte and
heart. Still be travels many thousands of miles
each year, visiting, preaching. managing and
writing, and still he go^s on with th^ begin
nincr of new enterprises for the urliftin^ of hu
1 POOR BALMBMAN.
Carey Johnson* Ludlam. a Southern philolo
gist. pp*»;ikinpr of schools "f salesmanship, said.
"I hope that the salesman who accosted me on
my way here this evening will ta!<>- in one of
I::o3trat«l London Xewi. S
motor car. The motor dashed about from plicA
to place in the darkness, and suddenly thrvwj9|
powerful beams on the supposed enemy fra^B
the most unexpected points, exposing him jl
gun fire before he could find cover. j
them an eight or nin- years" course. Fm
he needs it.
"This salesman, a shabby young man. laid
huntl on my arm and said:
" Say. friend, lemrne sell ye a box of this ssi
"I shook off his filthy paw.
"'Cement!* I sneered. anrn>y«-d •»" his famiH«j
it>. What d<» 1 want with cement."
" 'Why.' cried the man. in apparent sui-prisJ
'ain't ye broke? Ye look it.' "
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