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BOY OF 15 IS DEAD
FROM GRIDIRON HURTS
Pacific Grove, Cal., NOT. 11.As the
result of injuries sustained in a recent
football game at this place, John Mee
ban, 15 years old, is dying. The lad's
ipme is fractured, and the physicians
jtate there is no chance of recov
ery. Meehan is the son of Quarter
master Sergeant Meehan of the Fifth
United States Infantry, now on the way
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President Issues Orders Intended
to Increase Efficiency of
Nation's Foreign Service.
Washington, Nov. 11."With the dou
ble purpose of offering a permanent
career in the diplomatic and consular
service to competent young men and of
improving those branches of the gov
ernment service so as to make them
more valuable than they now are to
the business interests of the country,
the president, at the instance of Sec
retary Boot, has announced wo new
rules. The substance of the firBt of
these is that hereafter any applicant
for appointment as secretary of em
bassy or legation must possess a knowl
edge of at least one other language
than English, and must be otherwise ex
amined as to his competency. This rule
is closely in line with the English prac
tice, and in its development will in
volve the promotion of the bright
young men in the diplomatic service in
egree that they" justify it by hard
fitting themselves for
the study toward
The order as to the consular serv
ice amends the existing rule, which re
quires the examination of such con
sular officers as are limited in compen
sation to the maximum of $2,500 per
annum and a minimum of $1,000.
The Amended Rule.
The amended rule reads as follows:
"It being of great importance that
the consular officers of the United
States shall possess the proper qualifica
tions for their respective positions, to
be ascertained either thru a satisfac
tory record or previous actual service
under the department of state or thru
an appropriate examination:
"It is hereby ordered that any va
cancy in a consulate general, consulate,
commercial or consular agency now or
hereafter existing the salary of which
is not less than $1,000 or the compensa
tion of which, if derived from official
fees, exclusive of notarial and other
unofficial receipts, does not fall below
$1,000, shall be filled by a transfer or
iromotion from some other position un
the department of state of a, char
acter tending^ to qualify the incumbent
for the position to be filled or by ap
pointment of a person not under the
department of state but having pre
viously served thereunder to its satis
faction in a capacity tending to qualify
him for the position to be filled or by
the appointment of a person who, hav
ing furnished satisfactory evidence of
character, responsibility and capacity,
and being thereupon selected by the
president for examination, is round
upon such examination to be qualified
for the position.
Secretary of State Controls.
"For the purposes of this order, no
tarial and unofficial fees shall not be
regarded, but the compensation of an
office shall be ascertained, if the office
is salaried, by reference to the last pre
ceding appropriation act, and if the
office is not salaried, by reference to
the returns of official fees for the last
preceding fiscal year.
"The examination hereinbefore pro
vided for shall be by a board of three
persons, designated by the secretary of
state, who snail also prescribe the sub
jects to which such examinations shall
relate and the general mode of conduct
ing the same by the board.
A vacancy in a consulate will be
filled at discretion only when a suitable
appointment cannot be made in any of
the modes indicated in the second para
graph of this order.
"The White House, Nov. 10, 1905."
WIYES TRADED LIKE
HORSES IK INDIANA
journal Special Service.
Indianapolis, Nov. 11."It's no use
to he^ we traded wives,'' said Jacob
Cashman today, in court. Cashman,
with Mrs. Mary Beckman, the woman
he drew in the trade, appeared in court
on complaint of Cashman's wife, Ma
mie Cashman. Cashman' was charged
with wif -desertion and the woman with
Mrs. Cashman is said to
ave bee traded to Fred Beckman, hus
band of Mary Beckman. The court
proceedings failed to disclose any evi
dence of a money consideration.
I is said that things went along
smoothly after the trade was made and
the strange deal had every appearance
of developing into something of a per
manent nature. A length, however, the
women met and hostilities began1.
men met and hostilities were continued.
The wo men came to hot words and
One thing led to another and thru
jealousy, it is said, Mrs. Cashman caused
the arrest of he husbawd who had traded
her off alifd the woman who succeeded
her in his affections. About ninety
days ago Fred Beckman, one of the
parties to the trade, was brought be
fore Justice Stout charged with wife de
sertion. A that time he was fined.
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RATHER THAN GHDH
Journal Special Barrio*.
New York, Nov. 11.Peter Kohlhaas,
Youngstown, N Y., with his "bunky,"
Joseph G. Cleveland of the same town1,
arrived here in the steerage of the Pre
toria on Oct. 27. They had served
together in the army. Kohlhaas, who
was born in Hamburg, is now 60 "years
I 1866 he enlisted in the United old. States army and was honorably dis
charged on Dec. 1, 1867, for disability.
Two or three months ago the two men
went to Hamburg to visit. When
they got back Cleveland, being a citi
zen, was allowed to go. Kohlhaas was
taken to Ellis island.
has $250, but only his first papers,
declaring his intention of beeomrn'g an
American' citizen. I all the years he
has lived in this country he had neg
lected to take out his second papers, but
he has voted twice on his declaration
The surgeons on Ellis island noticed
that Kohlhaas was afflicted with a dis
ease of old standing. was ordered
deported and will be sent home to Ham
Kerateide Will fare It. KeraioMe Will Save it.
THE LADIES OBJECT
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lff| November Ibii, 1905.
Cleveland has come from Youngstown
to see hio comrade.
"If this country, which my comrade
has served, is not good enough for
him," said Cleveland, "it is not good
enough for me and I'm going back to
Hamburg to spend the last years of my
life with my old friena."
SALTON SEA TO OGEAN
os Angeles, Cal., Nov. 11.Thru
great underground fissures rent by
earthquake shocks, the waters of the
Gulf of California are pouring into the
old Salton basin and resistlessly forcing
the new Salton sea to sea level. Doubt
no longer exists as to the origin of this
vast inland sea which now skirts the
main line of the Southern Pacific for
nearly one hundred miles and stretches
away on either side of the track
twenty-five miles to the foothills.
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