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THE WASHINGTON WASHINTONIIEItALD HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBER 21 1906
BYNUM ON thi THE TilE LAWS LAWSDiscusses LAWSDiscusse
Discusses the Work Toii1 of Coiii Coiiiinisskm COlll1uissioll Coniinissloj3
inisskm inissloj3 to Eeyiso Code CodeSIX CodeSIXYEAItSJ CodeSIX
SIX SIXYEAItSJ YEARS1 LABOR AT AN Ai END ENDFormer ENDIloJntcr ENDFormer
Former Member of Congress Congre from fromIndiana fromIlulinun fromIiullitna
Indiana Return to Capital Cnpltzl of the theHoosler tileHoosier theHoosier
Hoosier State for Future Resi Resilience nt81tlcnccYallt Res1lcnceVatIt ¬
lience tlcnccYallt Vast Amount inouiit of Legislation LegislationHe
He Sarif Sa Sgvs 1 Very Loosely Drawn DraivnHem Drawn1i4 DrawnW
Hem w P Bymun B713u for tea te teIR yeffre a ajttftiKM
jttftiKM iitotive in Congress from tr IMAUM IMAUMand I Iad
and nd who fee tHe past sbc x xbe yea 3 IKW IKWbeen
been be a asmb munher of f the oommiaBloa ny nypointed apupointed
C pointed to rcvse rev reii fiie lews iw el Ute u land landwill iaiilwill
will hereafter ter ma maJia We 1ee nome Me at 13 13dtaaajwlfs ra rad J4ias
dtaaajwlfs d 4ias Toe Tb ivor wk rark he h baa basJ1 basJ1pletec bs jut eon eonpieteb os osplte >
pieteb is oC grist importance and aJII1beM afl aflbeiR nee neebeen
been done on in this most methodical and andTIM aadpaIMt1tkIn adpjthJdng
paIMt1tkIn WQ WQTIIe wayIm
Im TIM comihisslon said Mr Byvum Byvumwas 8111 8111was B5UUftrat
was ftrat authorised uthorti d to revte th u UIIiia crim criminal Cll Cllhaa ¬
inal and penal peaalaWL laws In the progress Pfosr t ttJda C CtMc CtM
tMc tM work the comroiaakmers found that thatIt UIIItIt tiaMt
It t was w impossible to separate the Uteprovbloaa pseal psealpmv1ou Pwa Pwaprovisions
provisions from the context of admials admialstradve acbai acbaitratlveXOVi8lou admIIPtrative
tradve tratlveXOVi8lou provisions without ut a duplicatta duplicattaof dupUea dupUeaot dupIkIIof
of Uwgmfce Iaa they thereupon tJMreqpoato dt trmiiu trmiiutEl nMhM nMhMto <
to prepare tpSI a crknfcial title tkt1 compee compeeonly COIIIJIO cOMhIOoiIy tII tIIof
only of such Jell provtetoirs and acts acUIcontatDed a acontained U Ucontained
contained complete comete definition dd dentdoiaiI of eCf crimes crimesIftavteg cTlflS cTlflSI
I Iftavteg Kv1 f admtntetraUve Uve pravfekmc 11IO 11IOpena prGvO with wttkpenalties withpentitIe
penalties pena d Attached taehed in the s different dl ejent tttie tttieacd tkIeeIW4 titiesai4
acd chapters of which they are a aThere part partThere t tTiMft
There are more than m section of C the thegeral Utawscf theesi1
geral esi1 Uws tawscf cf an adnrinistratrre tratm tratmaeter char character ciax ciaxacter ¬
acter a Tlolatton oC which wbtebSdlt7 subject thf thfguitty Ui Uiguilty
guilty party to punishment meJlt The TIletortal terri territorial terretonal ¬
tonal Jurisdiction of the United Unttedby Steltt Stelttby StLISby
by reason of the acquhrtttoii acq of otncl numenme numenmeand eumevwan
and an ncl large tracts of toad ad for forpurpie dtttereai dtttereaipurpose ua uap
purpose p has become much more JfJ rfportaat flO ha haportant I Iportant
portant in recent reee t years no as S the Unit UnitStates Ualteil UalteilStatel UUIteStates
States possesses eu exclusive jortadietioa jortadietioaover Jwi8dIeUolao JUdadiCUOover
over o er an 11 territory acquired by the con consent consent coneent ¬
sent at OCtM the Spates S and ad It any act com committed tnlted coinnftted ¬
mitted on the same is not a violation of ofa ofr ofa
r a law 1 of the United States Stat no prosecu prosecution pnMIeCUtlon precution ¬
tion can be bad True the United U1 ted States Statesattempted Statesattetapted Statenattempted
attempted to fully cover all crimes c by byproviding bypmYldlnc byproviding
providing that in case there was no Fed Federal Federal Federal ¬
eral law asainst the act act the provisions provisionsand OvYloaland provisionsand
and penalties of the State laws might be beenforced becnfereed beentere
enforced entere d against the offender eft but this thisis tidsIs tideis
is subject to serlobs objections the thecourts tbeC theecurte
courts C held that it only applied to crimes crimesand crimesand crimesand
and to territory denned and held by the tneUnited meUnlt theUnited
United Unlt cl States at the time of its enact enactment enactment enactmeut ¬
ment ment besides the subsequent repeal and andmodification a andmodification d droodIftca
modification roodIftca on of the State laws by State Statelegislatures StateleglalatYJeS StatelegtsLatnren
legislatures tended to complicate the thesituation theIIItuation thesituation
situation In a manner as to render it im impracticable ImpraetJeabie urnpracticable ¬
practicable of enforcement It was wa the theeffort tltee theeffort
e effort ort of the commission conuno therefore to toembrace toembrace o oembrace
embrace hi the title on crimes which whichhas whlcbbu whichhas
has been erroneously called eal lled the penal penalcode penalcoc penalcode
code provisions for the punishment of ofall ofall j jall
all offenses which are crimes per se aftWIU e as aswell aswII
well as such as have been clearly made madecriminal madecriminal madecriminal
criminal by statute hence we have in included inel inclued
clued el offenses o offeqee < e against the person personIteace penont peroonagset
agset t pro erty 5l5 the public publicJ publiclte
Iteace J public policy decency and morali morality mort morality ¬
ty so that if a person should rob an another aDother anoth ¬
other oth in a postoffice omce building owneg ownei by bythe bythe bythe
the government he h would be liable to toprosecution toIr toprosecution
prosecution Ir tlol1 under the Federal law lawPcdcrul lawI lawPeqIcztl
I Pcdcrul JiirlKdletlon Simplified Simplifiedla ShuIIUtlClloJJI
oJJI la the revision of the judiciary title titlewhich title titlewhleb titlewhich
which was given to the commission in a ajspecfelftct aj apevlst
jspecfelftct j t It was unquestionably UIMI designed designedthat dMipetItRat designedtnat
that ifee Jurisdiction of the Federal Federalcourts Federai FederaicOQl Federaloiz
courts oiz should be simpttned This has hasbeen hasbeen
been 1 done tip without the least iaterf iaterfwith tateTfwith isteTferened isteTferenedwith
with the e operation ratlOR of the Judicial ma machinery machtu17 mahInery ¬
chinery by vesting all original o Jurlsdic Jurlsdicton jurbdicton jurisdicton
ton in the district courts and the appel appellate appellate appellate ¬
late Jurisdiction tlon now exercised by the theCircuit theCirc1l theCircnIt
Circuit Circ1l ti Cburt of Appeals Appea hi the Circuit CircuitCourts Circuiteota CircuitCoutis
Courts to be held by the circuit circuitat Judges Judgesat judgesat
at the tb times and places now provided for forholding torbog forholding
holding Circuit Courts of c Appeal Out Outside Outsde outede ¬
side of the shifting of the Jurisdiction of ofthf oCthP ofth
thf th courts rqurta the only material change changemade ebansemade changemade
made fa ii the Judiciary title titi is in the pro provision provlloa provbittm ¬
vision permitting writs of error and ap appeals ap apa appeals ¬
peals a to be taken tak upon an abbreviated abbreviatedrecord alMreYlatecirecenl abhrtvltedrecord
record This III i a reform a Imperatively Imperativelydemanded baperaUvelydernauaded bnperatlvelydemanded
demanded in the Western States the therailroad tberailroad therailroad
railroad corporations in the trial of ofcases ofstutr ofaes
cases aes stuff the record r to such an extent extentthat ex extwntthat lat lattbat <
that a litigant of ordinary means can cannot eannot cannot ¬
not afford to take an appeal however howevermeritorious bowev bowevmerttoQ howevormoritoions <
meritorious merttoQ s his case cue on account of the thegreat theareat thereat
great reat expense in printing the record recordPermanent reconIIerUlnllent recordPermanent
Permanent anil General Invrs InvrsIn Inu lnwnTii
111 In the revision r of the permanent and andgeneral andgeneral nd ndgeneral
general laws la which was required as the thelast thelut thelast
last art of the commission the commis commission coinedenina ¬
nina 510 attempted tMI to comply WIth with the re requirmieiiti re requiftlDeoata toquiremonts
quirmieiiti of the th act to make only such suchchanges nchcbaa8M suchchanges
changes as were WIer necessary to reeoaeJU reeoaeJUconflicts reeoRdkconfttcts recoae1bionmc
conflicts ionmc and cure Imperfections and yet yetthe yett8 yetthe
the werittM fdhsg of the revised chapters and andtitles andtiUes andtitles
titles to 1 so different from that found in inthe iDthe Inthe
the revision of o 1S8 that it is difficult difficultupon dtQlcultupon diflicultupon
upon reading the same tme to comprehend comprehendthat comprehendthat mprehencfth
th that t it contains nothing n but subsequent subsequentchanges 8ubMquentcba subsequentchanges
changes cba and amendments This hIs is going goingto
to be the great stumbtta stu stumbling block In the thepassage tb tbpun thepassage
passage pun of the revision through Con Confrees ConTIM Congrins
frees The members of the committee are areunwilling arevawtUlDc areunwilling
unwilling to report the revision and sa be become btCOIDe beeo ¬
come eo sponsor u for It on the floor of the theSenate t tUt thoeat
Senate eat Ut and House ouse without wttll ut being able to toexpiate tor toekpiaiO
expiate r the reasons for to these apparent apparentchanges apparentchall8 apparentcttangeE
changes an one oi can poseltaty so minilath mini familiarize dlIan ¬
Ian lath himself with the details of the thework tMwork thework
work i iwithout without years of taveetigaUon ht Uon and andstudy aDdt aDdDepnrhnel1tnl andstud7
study t
Departmental Organization OrganizationThe
The chapters on the organisation of ofthe oftb ofth
tb the gUGerrat departments of the govern government PyltrDIIMItt governaent ¬
ment hare been enlarged to meet ne their theirdemands theird theirdiinmads
demands d until tit but few of the original originalsections 0IiCbWetlaDs originalsections
sections are left The army anyorgadad has been beenorganized heenorpmlMd
organized and reorganized until its legal legaldescription Mgalde5crlpUoa legaldescription
description is unrecognisable h to one not notfamiliar notfamiliar notfamiliar
familiar with military nomenclature the thecustom thecu thecuMon
cu custom laws 1a S have been changed chatas and andmodMed andmodffted andmodffied
modMed in various ways the internal internalrevenue Internal1evenJO Internalrevenue
revenue revenue and other laws have been so ex extended extended oxtended ¬
tended and amplified as to require the theclosest tbedOIlt thekJbOSt
closest Investigation tnve UcaUoa in their compre comprehension comprebetMIoa coinprehenslon ¬
hension I made the original o nal revision of ofa ofa ofa
a large number of important titles tftle and andreviewed andrevlwed andreviewed
reviewed the remainder checking cbecktn and re rechecking re rechecka tochecking
checking checka the different sections of the theRevised theRevt theRevised
Revised Revt l Statutes and of the various variouspaineft acts actspassed actpused
passed since s ln IlJ 7Z and crfa cin say that there thereis thereIs thereis
is not a section In the entire revision revisionthat revisionthal lon lontbat
that thal I nm < un not conversant with and yet yetif yetif
if calle4 upon to explain many of them themI
I would have MV to make a brief review of ofthe orthe ofthe
I
the acts upon u which they are based In Inorder Inorder Inorder
order to intaUtgently I Uy do so soAfter 110Arter soAfisr
After completing Pletlng the various titles and andhaving andhavior andhaving
having thOrn printed we submitted them themto themto themto
to the review rvew of experts in the various variousdepartments varioutldepertmeats variousdepartmaat
departments who carefully examined examinedthem examinedtbem examinedthem
them many of them spending four five fivesix thesax fivesix
six ad even more months of time lii liithe In Inthe Inthe
the work carefully noting what they be believed be believed behisved ¬
lieved to be errors and omissions and sub submitting su sumUtlgo submIttIs ¬
mitting mIttIs to 19 bit commission comml elon their views viewswhich viewswbich viewswhich
which the commission considered and in inoasas InoasGS Inoases
oases of even of fJ doubt adopted adoptedDifficulties adoptedDifficulties adoptedDifilculties
Difficulties Encountered EncounteredThe
The revision of the general laws lawswhite lawswhile Vs VswbUe
white made under great embarrassments embarrassmentsand eibar eibarand
and difficulties is Isas as near perfect as It Itis itJS its
is s possible to make a revision The Thetrouble ThetroulH Thetroublo
trouble with the work of the commission commissionwas commissionwas commjsionwas
was that It was never Organized or 8d with a aview aview aview
view to a work of such magnitude wa wanever wan wannever r8 r8never
never properly equipped for the same we wewere wewere wewere
were supplied with Ith a a partial p rtlal set of the thedsofalens tbed8Gl thedeoielens
dsofalens d8Gl of ot4he the Supreme Court of the theUnited theI theUnited
I United States Stat and one copy of the last lasteighteen lastJ lastj
J eighteen volumes lulII of the Statutes at Large LargeWe LargeWe
We w should ahoukH1ave have had complete sets of the
DAILY FASHION HINT
Evening Frock of Tulline TullineA
A pretty midwinter evening frock is this thl of tulline with lace appliques appliqueswhich appllquoswklck appliquesibich
which illustrates one of the beat 1Kt t adaptations of the empire mode The model modelillustrated modeln modelIlinstrated
illustrated n tstratd is made of creamwhite tulline an inexpensive durable moisture moistureproof moistureproof moistureproof
proof net mountofl over p pd pale Je green Hdo edo silk and trimmed trtnu ed with green taffeta taffetasilk tafCetalIk taffetasilk
silk lIk facings A direetolre s sash h of black lack nialinette and a cape effect of lace lacefalling lacefalUng lacefalling
falling from fr m the shoulders well over the hip line are the features of this thischarming thiseharmlng thischarming
charming costume eo tume
Statutes at Large for each member of the theeommi thecommission j jeommteskMi
commission lon a set t of the reports of the theCouft theCourt theCourt
Court of Claims the reports of the Comp Comptroller Comptroller Comptroller ¬
troller the opinions of the Attorney Att nMY Gen General General Conera ¬
eral era and such other reports and andas decisions dedeionsas
as contained the decisions and opinions opinionsconstruing opinionsconlJtnamS opinionsconstruing
construing and administering adlntertn the different differentsections dUferentectloaa differentsections
sections of the statutes and of the various variousacts variousacls variousacts
acts of Congress In relation to depart departmental departmental departmental ¬
mental matters In order to properly properlycheck properlycheck properlycheck
check the work as the revision proceeded proceededI p pI
I was w compelled to use and mark up u my myprivate myprivate myprivate
private statutes that that fortunatley I had hadbrought hadbr hadbrought
brought br t with me from home homeThe homeIooe homeLOose
LOose Work urk by CUI1JtFeall CUI1JtFeallThe Congjessrbe
The methods of legislation 1e 1at1Ott by Con Congrew Coalr Congeese
grew lr are such that the laws are now in insuch inb Insuch
such b a confused state as that no JIGwho one onewho onewho
who has not thoroughly studied them aad aadmade aadmade andmade
made note of the changes ebaftg can tell any anything aayUI anything ¬
thing about them Were It not for the theprivate therlte theprivate
private > rlte revisions and memorandums memorandu made madeand madeIUKl madeand
and kept by the different departments departmentsthe
the officers of them would be unable to toconduct toconduct toconduct
conduct affairs with anything yUIa like accu accuracy accuracy accuracy ¬
racy and in many instance they are areoperating areperaUg areopst1sg
operating without ltJloul law Sa as for iwtake example exampletake exampletake
take the Mlltltea pobiteattetiK ictieu of the Treasury De Department JJeprtmeat Liepsrtment ¬
partment of the daily da11 statement of re receipts re receipts tocelpts ¬
ceipts and expenditures and the monthly monthlystatement montblYlltateJAeJtt monthlystatement
statement of the oubthy neblfbt eW g required reqvhettby requiredby ect ectby
by sections Wand and 317 of the statutes statutesThe statut statutThe statutesThe
The vast amount of legislation le now being beingenacted be beenacteeI beingenacted
enacted by Congress Congr and I must say saythe aythe saythe
the very careless and loose manner in inwhich Inbleb Inwhich
which bleb a large number of acts ae are prepar prepared prepared properoil ¬
ed and passed if no general revision revt 10n Is Ismade bImacJe Ismade
made will soon involve the laws in in inextricable Inextrlcable Inextricable ¬
extricable confusion Congress should shouldnot shoulclRIOt shouldnot
not continue to 0 enact laws which cover coverprovisions coerprovt coverprovisions
provisions provt lons already In force f without care carefully earetuny carefully ¬
fully examining and considering con ldering existing existingprovisions exlsUngprovisions existingprovisions
provisions and amending or repealing repealingthe lpNllnfthe repealingthe
the same If the Federal government is isto 111to Isto
to absorb jurisdiction Jurt dletlon of all local subjects subjectswhich 8ubjeetswhleh subjectswhich
which under modern interpretation of ofconstitutional ofconstitutional ofconstitutional
constitutional nower iower warrants the inva invasion Invaston Invaelan ¬
sion of the domestic relations of the State Stateand Stateancl Stateand
and the home it is time that our laws lawsshould a lawsshould WIt WItsbould
should be put hi shape that they may maybe mayeompreltended maybe
be comprehended by at least a sufficient sufficientconstituency sutftclentoon sufitcientconstituency
oon constituency Ut y to spread their intelli intelligence inteUlpnee intelligenes ¬
genes genceEEV pneeREV genesREv
REV JOHN A A CHESTER DEAD BEADWas DEADnol DEADWa3
Was nol Procurator of o Georgetown Unl UnlR UnlTer Un Unversity
Ter versity 1t for Several Year YearR YearsRev
R Rev r John A Chester Che ter who bo w WM e for forwveral torlIVeral forseveral
several years procurator of Georgetown GeorgetownUniversity Georgt GeorgetownUniversity nm nmUniversity
University died early yesterday morning morninghi
hi St Vincent HosptttU New York YorkCfty YorkCity YorkCity
City after an operation performed two twoweeks t twHks twoweeks
weeks wHks ago which btcb was nad made accessary accessaryby MCe8SryBy neceasaryby
by a malignant dIsease diaeaseFather dlHufoFather dIseaseFather
Father Chester was fiftytwo years old oldaad oidud oldand
and was as born in Rochester Roehe ter N Y He Hereceived Heved Hereceived
received ved his early education la Gonzaga GonzagaColieee GoazagaColiegs
Colieee 001 this U city In UM TVs Ys s he taught taughtthe tauhtthe taughtthe
the classics les at Georgetown University In In18S1 InlISt n
lISt h he went to Las Vegas N Mex for forhis forealth fortls
his health He stayed there Ute one year and andreturned andretunaed andreturned
returned to the East aet to take up the study studyof studyot studyof
of divinity divinityHe cJfvtnltyHe divinityHe
He was 88 ordained in August 13K 1 He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was treasurer of the Maryland and New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York provinces pn vtncliS of the Jesuit Society SocIet for forten f forten r rt
ten t years until 16e4 Ia IfJK l he was trees treasurer trEMl trEMlurer treesurer ¬
urer 0f Woodstock College and teat July Julywas Julywas Julywas
was mad treasurer trMS1Ir C of the Novitiate of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St ABdrewHontheHudson near Pough Poughkeepeie Pghkeepete Ponghkeep
keepeie keepeteHoItl keep keepeieHold 4e 4eItolti
Hold Annual nnual Sale and nd Luncheon JunclteonTiM LuncheonThe LnncheonThe
The members of thecarfleld the GarJleld Hospital Hospitaland H08pitalaoo Hospitaland
and Dorcas societies began their annual annualsals annualsllle annualsale
sals of fancy bags and luncheon at the theMasonic theMasonic theMasonic
Masonic Tempi Templh yesterday afternoon A Anumber Anumber Anumber
number of people took advantage of the theopportunity thefJpportunlty theopportunity
opportunity to enjoy enjo the dainties served servedand servedand servedand
and as the sale continues today and to tomorrow tomorrow j jmorrow
morrow it Is certain that a substantial substantialsum su substantialsum tanUld tanUldsum
sum will be realized reallz The luncheon is ismanaged Ismuged Ismanaged
managed by the president of the organi organization organlzaUon organ organzatlon ¬
zation Mrs John A A Logan Mrs Ir Tul Tulloeh Tulloch Tulloch
loch Mrs M Garfield Mrs Welch Mrs E BB EB EB
B Grandin Mrs Truesdale Mrs Carl CarlSmith CadSmith CarlSmith
Smith and Mrs lrs Rutherford RutherfordARMY RutherfordARMY RutherfordARMY
ARMY AND NAVY NAVYArmy NAVYrUl NAVYArmy
Army rUl Orders OrdersM OrdcrYIJ OrdersMa
YIJ Ma M J BHNJAMIN 3L L PURSBLL Bti BlghUwth WlUa Ia Iafaatrr Ialuto I Ifastgi
faatrr to Ms hi neiramt neiramtMJ reimentMal
MJ BItEN B BIlE SWIFT Gen General ral Staff s ton TtrtUth TtrtUthte
to FMKUI Cavalry CavalryMaj Cava1rMaj Oarah7Maj
Maj THOMAS B DUGAN fiwa Forth to teTwelfth toTnlfth toTwelfth
Twelfth C CaJry CaJryMal CorairyMa r Iry IryMaJ
Mal Ma ROBERT S S SMITH S IITH pajmiMer ww at Des Deawr DCiITC Desy
wr y to dutj as as Met ef paymaster ataastet Deportment If IftoM f 1the fUa
Ua cIo CMandoMai cIolaj Co4eradMaJ
Mai laj JAMES TA IBS W DAWES pajrmutar new at At AUkata Atlaata AtIita
kata to ktty < iF as chief paymaster Departmtat Departmtatef D t artmeBt artmeBtel
ef Uw GulL
Naval Orders OrdersLiMt OrdcrsLiMIt OrdersLied
LiMIt Cwamander P P ANDREWS to Bureau eC eCNaTitaUen ofhyl f fNarigttfen
Narigttfen hyl in Navy Deportment DeportmentLUnt D DcPGthneetIjlst t tLtt1t
LUnt A A W MARSHALL to BUY yard srd New JCerrYwk NewYor1c NewYe
Ywk YwkLieut Yor1cLkMt Ye YeLiest
Lieut D E E THELBBN te nwral rat prariaff prm8gIBIHaa ground groundIwBaa groimdIndlea
IwBaa Head HeadMOVEMENTS HeadlIOVSUENTS HeadMOVBMBTS
MOVEMENTS OF VESSBLSThe fdtewing fchlewigzoente nwe nwemeato DMKee
meato e of vessels have been repwted to Ute Ba BaArrived BIInau Bereau
nau ol N11 NratIee NratIeeArrIredtecember atJen atJenArrlT
Arrived ArrlT ArrIredtecember December 13 Tennessee at t Lcagmo Is Island Ie Ieland TaIawl ¬
land Hepkiru at Charleston n Dtreabor 19 19Prebie 1 1Preble 11Pjebie
Prebie at Saa Pedro PcdraEaltedDecember P PedroEahdDeesnber Gra I IaBedDecember
EaltedDecember M JI Prebie Proble from Santa Barbara Barbarafer Barbarafer Barbarafor
fer San Pedro West Virginia JriIniA Cetorade CH Z Mary Maryland Maryland ¬
land and PenuxlraBia frem Canto for Hong Bon Bonken
Turns ken
SHOEMAKER SHO M A KERANSWERS ANSWERS ALLEN ALLENDcclurew ALLENDeelure ALLENDeclares
Declares BrlKhtivoocl Brhchh ooI linn Hn Received ReceivedProxiiincfi ReeehedPrombc ReceIvedProiiiIc
Proxiiincfi but Not U Lights IlghtLou LightsLouis lifti liftiLouis
Louis Lou P Shoemaker president of the theBrightwood tbeBrihtwood theBrtghtwood
Brightwood Cltiaens Association As oclatlon has ad addressed ada addressed ¬
dressed a letter to the Commissioners Commissionerscommenting Comm1alonenCOIDlIMftttllg Coininlsslonerscommenting
commenting upon the recent statement of ofWaiter orWaJter ofWalter
Waiter C Allen AU electrical engineer of the theDistrict theDtrtet theDistrict
District relative reJatl to the copy COP of the reso resolution resolution roselution ¬
lution sent fee those officials regarding the thelights theJllbUl thelights
lights on Brightwood avenue Mr Shoe Shoemaker ShoeJft Shoemaker ¬
maker Jft er says saysI II I II
I efean a nnauarat = ia the WaiUiigtta H 1I11 liadby 1 1r nM nMtar
tar air Allen A dcctrioU lagtiMtr upon UM TMM TMMttn rein reini
ttn i of t tile lrieht hittwesd J tr wd CMMM AMoetelta Aiodati eda edaWIN whtafc whtafcWM wbi wbiwas
WM r 1IIDMI MflUr forwkMM to JOB by BM with zefeMttt zefeMtttte nI
te tfc lbs deter ia ticttte BriIJIttwood BriBht d1tWOOd od arises U UMrs UN He Heaaya
Mrs N Ttate k M CMNe HMe far the io mtmlxn of f Uw UwMDrt tiletIDe usaaotice
aaotice MDrt tteo tIDe ieiis Mek a eomnnmlcatka 1IIIkaUea as thta thtato UdI1M thMto
to tiM nnr CVaaaitiiloaui inar l I oSMaltjr kD < mtMtd UM dier7 ta tatM7 eae eaetall +
tall oT the amxfctum noUen tame Uwe age e 10 that Mgi4 twvucI tK tKMiidit tsrsistwood
Miidit sistwood uud a ave Mw aA b bees eH ordered and would WINIdID to tofaMtallcd behidaflid
faMtallcd at OM di earliest HttMt peaches I mannat mannatTme JMIMIILTIw meeoiezTrue
True it li that die electric light udKebut have Wan pnai prouied prouiedbet d dbut
but w we feel that M MMMal 1 kttgUi of UMM IMIIapIed has IHMriapMd hasdallied
dallied wtUxnt on M0 1Mbrl able to have tkto WIpnpedJ m4 m4prapcrtir midopesIy
prapcrtir opesIy Uebted For s Iffthl fontl ye jeers we e bare y pott pottttooM JtUtI jsatisiaM
ttooM for afcetric eczis lights sts Is awl w we hieorad k before UM UMeooMiUM Uof thetfttos
eooMiUM of COOCTWA tn p get t tk tile awtofthittoa awtofthittoawMob a a5eo5daiineIi a aII
wMob II M saw r aranaMo and wtiick ha has beta ayeS anilabte aft aftfar ayeSate
abte ate tar z same BMMhs BMMhsA sse sseits
fartated
A its stated in tin tb reototlon mm i c that t at time ucJdJW mt mtb nsa nsaba
ba b bsss oi hOled men n har hoe be been n tsjtwM and prep preptrius prupftQ jeeparty
arty has been dmanttd bcaue of Ute hat Za UIat UIatJWOPIe thetpiopie
JWOPIe who baTe 10 trateI lines VpJII it ea1IOt e jeSse jeSsetiiss
trius and T MIa vebidse tote We rp fHIeCUau etaM > Join i lien me wU wUMr wtda wtdalr wtthMr
Mr Alba in his hi nUtraMBt to the effect that UtatDO they Uwwtoe theyis
is DO CMIN for th MftIIben of 4Nf aesoelaucu so t thtr seed
toe aoch a cooMouakattuu at this tine to Uw COM COMI eoaad Conniniere
I Manors aad we be qr 10 nmtoA him of the faot faotthat faetdIat 1adthat
that inw dec th Ute dt We of hk letter t to our tecreUty OM OMha 0IIelife onean
ha M an life hM fceMH etmh InHIHd d out bf b th the el tohetrie etrie em embeeanec esubone Pi PiMea
beeanec Mea bone of the darko dukDeM 9 If the dcUnietioa de ef efMr olDOt heuss heussnb
nb DOt a IIdIdetIt rasees In Ute eeUMatoa ot otfr ofMr
Mr Allen Ilea far f IV < wr renewed raqwoot that this thi ionS he heUfihted JarIiPWd beII5hted
Ufihted with wit etoeUieitr eloeetrieK stoity at once then tit we soilS Mke Mketo JIHto lii liito
to have him b ll inform us what JnsUUeUhm u eooM usd5sibly po poiblr JIM
Iibb iblr arias poesy and more impwUirt awl aRliD uitfMtiu uitfMtiuMMfoUeH geilISais geilISaisIa
iD his ndIIut for f action eq the part of ofW me meiodtise
MMfoUeH We W the dtfaeM d HMrMdell6 lasea mMeiMfi and Unwyers Unwyersof baxpaysrof
of BH dwotw1 htwoJ evidently nbte hie hwMa JUt man thta thtaMr tt ttr thasiz
Mr iz Alhm AlhmMr uMr Ail AilMr
Mr Allan said last night that he had hadnot hdnot hadnot
not received official notification notl tlon of Mr MrShoemakers MrShoemIlKfrK MrShoemakers
Shoemakers letter and had no comment commentto
to make upon it itIf ItIt ItIf
If requested req td I shall submit a report to tothe tothe tothe
the Commissioners with regard to the theumatter thettez thematter
matter ttez said Id Mr Allen Otherwise Otherw I Ihave Ibave Ihave
have nothing to ky ay concerning it itARMY IL ILARMY ItARMY
ARMY AND NAVY COMBINE COMBINEMuttm COMBINEutunl COMHNEMutual
Mutual utunl Benefit Associations lIIoclntlonll Decide Decideto Decideto Decideto
to Join Their Forces ForcesMuch ForcellMuch ForcceMuch
Much enthusiasm was shown ate at a meet meeting meet meetbag meetlag ¬
bag of the War Department Mutual Mut al Ben Beneflt Bendt Benout
out Association A8 OCIa tion last night when a rose resolution reeolutJoD roselotion ¬
lotion to take into full membership a asimilar asimilar asimilar
similar organization which hlch has been in inexistence inexistence inexistence
existence In the Navy Na Department for formany formany formany
many years was adopted adoptedBy adoptedBy adoptedBy
By this aotkm the War Department Departmentassociation DOJftrtmentJlSB Departmentassociation
association JlSB receives nearly 200 members membersIn
In good standing including a number of ofthe ofttt ofthe
the beet clerks of the Navy Department DepartmentThe DaPRrtmentThe DepartmentThe
The association has paid nearly 10009 to toIts toita toits
Its beneficiaries Tho association pays p ys to tothe tothe I
the family of a member 50 60 O on his death deathwhich deatbwhich deathwhich
which sum Is raised by b an assessment assessmentranging assessmentraniing assessmentranging
ranging raniing from 25 21 cents to 1 from each eachmember eachmemBer eachmember
member according to his age i
FRANKS CAUSE LOSS LOSSExecutive LOSSExceutivo LOSSEXCeiltJVe
Executive cind Congressional CongressionalMail
Mail Costs 20000000 20000000DEFICIT 20000000DEFIC 20000000DEFICIT
DEFICIT DEFIC T FOR YEAR 13000000 13000000Third 13000000Third 13000000Third
Third A oMlllhltnnt l tnnt Postmaster Madden Mntlden2URke 31nddennkc MaddenMakc
2URke nkc His Annual Report ReDortSn ReDortSnTIlerr ReportSaysThere Says SaysTli
Tli There ere In Really Reali No Shortage when whenFree whenFree whenFree
Free Matter Hn Handled lulled In Token Into IntoConsideration Int IntConHfdcrn IntoConslderntlonSpcclnl
Consideration ConHfdcrn ConslderntlonSpcclnl tfonSllcelaI Special Delivery DeliveryThs DcIl DeliveryThe ery eryThe
The Third Assistant FMtnmstt the thebookkeeper thebOOkkeeper theMbokkeepsr
bookkeeper of the department I die disUS4NK dieusses 118SeitS
US4NK SeitS tko postal deficit in his annual re report re reporL report ¬
port He H shows lt ws that the deficiency de eloncy for fortfc forth fortiN
tfc th eat year tar ended June 30 io last was wasnearly wassourly tiS tiSlIouly
nearly SIMIMW 1 J3 instead ln tf of about Hum Hummi I1iOOas ll3OO
mi 1 as previously estimated This result resultis reaultreacMd resultis
is reached by including in the expendi expenditures exp6ndllWes expendltiaras ¬
tiaras the cost of maintaining malnU ntug the execu executive exeeuth executive ¬
tive th force oree and the bureau of the auditor auditoref auditorDC auditorof
ef the department departmentThan d departmentThen artmentT1Ift
Than the Third Assistant As l tant proceeds to topeint toIHlnt toTilint
peint o out t that when you get down to bod bodreck bodrck bedrock
rck rock there is realty no deficit in View rtew of ofthe oftJae ofthe
the fact thai the mall originating In the theexecutive theecuttve theexecutive
executive ecuttve departments and in Congress CongressIs ConsreMOftrrled
Is carried free freeLasi fruLut freeLaat
Lasi year he says It It was s estimated estimatedthat MtlmatedUtat estimatedthat
that If a charge were made d for this free freepostal tr trpostal freepostal
postal service s rvle the revenues revMuesWooW would have havebeen havebHR havebeset
been increased by approximately approximatelyRclnctlon approximatelyReduction 30 30Jlcdnctlon
Reduction of Postal Deficiency DeficiencyRegarding DetlclencRegardtR DcflciencyRegarding
Regarding the reduction of the postal postaldeficiency poelalde postaldeficiency
de deficiency deney the Third Assistant Post Postmaster PNtDMlster Postmaster ¬
master says saysThere saysThere s sTh
There Th re to a reduction of over 400IW 400IWor 4000
or 1 27SS ZLS per cent eent in the excess eX06S of expendi expenditures expenditures oxpenditures ¬
tures over receipts during the past year yearas yraompllMMI yearas
as compared with IUt UK 1 This reduction reductionhas reductionhu reductionhas
has great signiftcanc IAeaaoe when compared comparedwith comparedwith
with 10 the figures ftgar for hIs which show an anincrease anIIIcr anincrease
IIIcr increase in the deficiency that year over overItW Oflrlit overh11
lit of more than MAeoo IOSOIO K 0 or 16 1655 per pereent pert perThe peroeat
eent t
eentThe
The total postal revenue for ttOI 111 shows showsan sbowstacreue showsan
an increase of more than J 11 LOOVO 80 < H over overUte overUte overthe
Ute year BUI This TIt Is the largest Increase Increasefor JnertJILHfor Increaselot
for any aa one year in the history of the thepostal thepo thepostal
postal service The per eent of Increasela Increase Increasela
la receipts ts for fltf is Lii as compared comparedwith eomparedwltb comparedwith
with fi42 I 4 for IMS I while the Increase tat ex expenditure expenditure oxpenditure ¬
penditure during IMS Is let t per eent eentCOMpared as ascompared ascompared
compared with 9M per cent during Ute tneprevious Uteprevious theprevious
previous year yearSecondcilia yearSecondclIUI yearSecondclass
Secondcilia Mnt Matter MatterProblems la Her HerProblema ler lerProblems
Problems arising allllla out of the conditions conditionsresulting COtadIUeurauUJn Conditionsresulting
resulting rauUJn from the enforcement eaC t of the thelaws theaWl thelaws
laws relating to secondclass HCOndc mall matter matterare iii5ttCare tter tterare
are discussed He H says saysIt ysuIt ys ysIt
uIt It is the ate to secure laws wM which ok h will willnot wtllJlot willnot
not require the department to interfere interfereas Iterr Iterrthe
as the present pre ones 0 do with a publisher publisherbusiness publlMerbWII8IMJ pubUshrbusiness
business The publisher should be loft loftalone eftalone leftalone
alone to work out his h own fate according accordingto
to his own notion notionWhat DOUonWhat notionWhat
What Is wanted is uniformity sim simplicity IPplldty shupllclty ¬
plicity and stability of service The priv privilege privIlege prlvliege ¬
ilege of mailtttg any matter should not de depend de deend dopend ¬
pend end m in the slightest n ht degree upon the theliberality tileJ theliberality
liberality J or HliberaUty of the particular particularp parUe1lIarJMCIOI1 particularperson
p person rson in authority to deride e as to towhether towbeUMr towhether
whether the publication meets his ideals idealsIn tdeaIb1 Idealsin
In the matter of the distinctions dl tlncUOlla which whichunder whlebunder whichunder
under existing laws law determine the classi classification IfteaUoD claselctlon ¬
fication An adverse decision on a a very veryclose veridOH veryclose
close question may at any time destroy destroybusiness a abut abusinoen
business but In which large capital has butnn been beenInvested beenInvested
Invested tnn W m ht good faith and In th the HUe beltetthat HUethat beliefthat
that the publication met fairly faIrt every eon eondttton CCNtdation eondItIOI
dttton which m In truth under 1IIII another anotherjudge aJlOUtaJu anotherjudge
judge it might have haftChnllgeN done doneClinngen den denChanges
Changes in Classification ClawwlficatlonFor
For the purpose pu of adjusting modern moienIistD8 modernising modernising ¬
ising and improving the postal service servicethe servicethe ice icetbe
the Third Assistant Poetmaster Po tter General Generalrecommends Ge Generalrecommends ral ralrecommead
recommends recommendsThat recommeadbat recommendsThat
That bat the rate of postage upon letters lettersnot Jetteillnot lettersnot
not exceeding one oonoe ou outs deposited in any anypostofflce JUl7poetomc anypo
postofflce po tomcs for local delivery by b Its car carriers carrten cartiers ¬
tiers or otherwise e shall be uniform at 1 1cent 1cent Icent
cent each ach b provided that when any letter lettermailed lettermailed lettermailed
mailed at t this rate requires to be for forwarded forwarded fotwarded ¬
warded to another pos4o8tce for delivery deliverythe deUverythe deliverythe
the deficiency de eteDcy at the rate of 2 cents an anounce anounce anounce
ounce or fraction thereof leas the amount amountprepaid amountprpaId amountprepeid
prepaid shall be collected as now pro provided provJded provided ¬
vided by law for other shortpaid letters lettersThat ett lettersThat n nThat
That the seven different rates of post postage po postge t tUte ¬
age ge for the second class and one rate for forthe ffXthe forthe
the third class c be abandoned and in their theirplace theirplace theirplace
place there be adopted a uniform rate for forall foraU forall
all printed matter of a quarter of f a eent eentan eentan centan
an ounce or 1 cent for each eb four ounces oonoesor OUftOor ouncesor <
or fraction thereof t lJreoC to one address a4ld which whichis whlcbcents whichis
is 4 cents on an even pound and that thatthere thatth1tre thatthere
there be a provision for the payment of ofpoatage orpoMap ofpostage
postage on newspapers ne paperl and periodicals kaJ6 in inmoney Inmone inmoney
money mone as at present and another for fortheir fortbelr fortheir
their expeditious handling In the Ut mails mailsRejardlnjc nReJUrdinJ mafiaRegarding
Regarding Special Delivery DeliveryThat DelheryThat DeliveryThat
That existing law be modified BO ae aeto asto
to permit under suitable regulations the theuse Ole1I theuse
use of ordinary postage JO tage stamps as well wellas wellas II
as specialdelivery sJHICIaId Uvery stamps the latter not notalways notalways notalways
always being at hand or easily obtain obtainable obtal obtalable obtainable ¬
able for the he purpose e of securing special specialdelivery spewldelivery spectileivery
delivery of any letter or package It Itdoes Itdoes itdoes
does not seem to be necessary to limit limitthe Jlmitthe limitthe
the service as it is now to a particular particularkind PArticularkind particularkind
kind of stamp It will 111 be a simple mat matter matter matIcr ¬
ter to arrange to accept ordinary ordtn r stamps stampsof stampsof stampsof
of the same me value The effect ffect of such a achange 3change achange
change would be to broaden and extend extendthe extendthe extendthe
the uses and convenience to the public publicof publicor publicof
of the th specialdelivery service and It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would add nothing to the expenses of the thegovernment thegovernmeat thegovernment
government governmeatFor governmentFor
For reasons of sound postal policy pollc I Irecommend Irecommend Irecommend
recommend a modification mo l eatlon of the practices practiceswhich practiceswhlck practiceswhich
which have heretofore exlatod e 8Qd in regard
FROM WOMANS VIEWPOINT VIEWPOINTBlunders
Blunders are becoming so 0 common that one hears mutterings in public to tothe tothe tothe
the affect that there should be penalties for them as for malicious Injury Surely Surelythe Surelythe Surelythe
the suffering left in a blunderers trail warrants such suggestions and the thealarming1 thealarming thealarming
alarming increase in carelessness Is a matter for serious consideration considerationTen
C C CTen
Ten prisoners recently reccntl died from the effects of a cholera serum In the hands handsof bandsor handsof
of a physician who has been cleared of all blame in the matter although the thegovernment tbegoernment thegovernment
government has charged Itself with the support of the bereaved ber acd families It is isclaimed iscIalmed Isclaimed
claimed that the serum came in contact with that of a a deadlier disease and andthat andthat andthat
that was somebodys carelessness of course Presumably the poor victims victimswere victimswere victimswere
were not criminals whom the law had doomed to death yet they were executed executedeven executed6ven executedoven
even though It was done by a mistake mistakeA
i
A valuable horse was killed the other day by b the reckless driver of an auto autowith autowith autowith
with a thorough disregard for the rights of others The owner of the hone may maybe maybe maybe
be paid its money value alue though even ven that is not certain but there are damages damagesfar damagesf9r damagesfor
far which money cannot pay There is sorrow in nearly a score of homes homesbecause homesbecause homesbecause
because a train dispatcher made a mistake or forgot something at all events he hewas hewas howas
was responsible for a frightful wreck and untold suffering to those who were weretoo weretoo weretoo
too badly injured to escape being reduced to cinders in a burning car carPersonal carPersonal carS
S S C CPersonal
Personal carelessness is quite bad enough but It generally results In no nodamage nodamage nodamage
damage to others To walk on railroad railroad tracks is the acme of foolishness foolishnessbecause foolishnessbecauso foolishnessbecause
because that is a matter of choice and not of necessity We are reasonably reasonablyguarded reasonablyguarded reasonablyguarded
guarded against trains because becaus they run upon tracks which hl h can be plainly seen seenThe seenThe seenThe
The motor car we e must watch because it Is not so restricted and death may mayawalt iiiayawait mayawait
await us around the first corner cornerThe cornerThe cornerC cornerThe C
The responsibility respo slbllIty of o self Is a burder quite sufficient for most of us but butthose butthosc butthose
those who care to assume more and accept wages for doing do InS it It are morally morallyresponsible morallyresponsible morallyresponsible
responsible for whatever goes wrong In their work and the only method of ofImpressing ofImpressing ofImpressing
Impressing that fact deeply enough to keep risks at a very ory low rate is punish punishment punishment punishmeat ¬
ment We are only grownup children in many ways and the fear and respect respectfor respectfor respectfor
for an avenging power remains with us u after att r childhood has been left behind behindThe behIndThe behindS behindThe
S
The woman who habitually kindles her fire with kerosene is reckless yet yetshe yetshe yetshe
she belongs to a a large class I have run across an act of that kind twice in my myown myown myown
own house and have no means of knowing how many times my life Uie and posses possessions possessions possesalone ¬
sions have been endangered in that manner It it t is impossible for me to keep keepa
a L perpetual watch upon the kitchen It is said that those who handle dynamiteoery dynamite dynamiteovery dynamiteevery
every day get careless aarele s after a little and are perpetually in danger of being blown blownto blownto blownto
to atoms atoms Worse than that is the danger to innocent persons for carelessness carelessnessdeserves canlessnelsdeserves carelessnessdeserves
deserves all it gets despite our pity pit BETTY BRADEEN
f
to the fixing by treaty the conditions and andrates nndrates andrates
rates of postage tageQl1 on mall matter going goingto
to and coming from foreign countries KO KOHS FOKS soas
HS to correct the present unwholesome unwholesomeconditions unwholesomeconditions unwholesomeconditions
conditions and apparent discrimination in infavor Inravor ICfavor
favor of the foreign as against the do domestic domestic domostic ¬
mestic sarvlce sarvlceFor sarvleeFor sarilceFor
For Equal Postage IOItn e Bate IlnteMay I1ntpMay BateMay
May I suggest that whon entering into intoconventions IntoconventlO Intoconventions
conventions s with foreign countries here hereafter herearter hereafter
after it be provided that there be no recip reciprocal reciprocal reciprocal ¬
rocal exchange of secondclass matter matterunless mattrunlee matterunom
unless the postage rate be thb same In Inboth Inboth inboth
both countries A AI it Is newspapers and andperiodicals andperJodlcalq andperIodIcal
periodicals published In Canada can be bemailed beIDitfiOd beballed
mailed the thclwe at leas rate rates than like publi publications publlcatlon pubilcatione ¬
cations can be mailed In this country countryTh countryThe countryThe
Th The result Is that our domestic dome tlc news newspapers newldpaperg newspapers ¬
papers and periodicals especially those thoselocated thos thoslocated thoselocated
located near the border are subject to an anunfair anunCalr anunfair
unfair handicap in the matter of rates rateswhich rateswhleh rateswhich
which is very ory important when both bid bidfor bidfor bidfor
for public patronage in the Mime locality localityMerchandise localityMerchandise OCftUtyulorchandlsa
Merchandise can be shipped from a anumber anumber anumber
number of foreign countries and from fromtliig fromthl fromthis
this thl country to thos those countries under par parcelspost parcelspost pareelspost ¬
celspost arrangement at 4 cents a pound poundless pound1tU poundless
less than the Mme matter mattercan can be shipped shippedfrom shippedfrom shIppedfrom
from point to point in this thl country oountr The Thediscrimination ThedlerimlnaUon ThedIscrimination
discrimination if any there must be beshould beahould beshould
should in future treaties tre Uo favor if poesl poeslbJe po slhie possiWe
bJe the domwtio service and it Is my myview myview myview
view that we should do away In the thegreatest thegreatt thegreatest
greatest possible po > degree with th the pres present prereat preseat ¬
eat established inconsistencies and die discriminations diecrlmlnations 18 18crfmlnaUoftS ¬
criminations of more favorable rates and andconditions andCOndltiODB andconditions
conditions for fo matter going to and com coming comIng corning ¬
ing from abroad abroadFavor abroadFavors d dFaor
Favor to Foreign Mnllx MnllxThe Jlo11l1The 3InIlsThe
The rapidity with which we are mov moving movlag movhag ¬
lag in the direction of favors to foreign foreignmall toreignmatI foreignmall
mall matter and the degree of our being beinggoverned beinggonrned beinggoverned
governed from abroad to illustrated by byths bythe bythe
the action of 0 the Universal Postal Union Unionsitting Unionsitting Unionsitting
sitting in Rome which action Is binding bindingupon bindingupon bindingupon
upon this country That body has de decreed deered decreed ¬
creed that this country shall after March
1 next next accept postcards with written writtenmessages writtenon writtenmessages
messages on the left half of the face facethereof facethor8 facethoreef
thereof C This will be a discrimination discriminationagainst dlecrlmlnaUonaeaJnst discrIminationagainst
against the United States postal card in infavor Infavor infavor
favor of cards manufactured vby by private privateparties privatep privateparties
parties p rtlM It Is equivalent of an extension extensionof
of space for the message messageThe mu ageThe messageTb
The Tb Rome convention also provided providedthat providedthat I
that photographs and engravings on very verythin verythft verythin
thin paper may be pasted tin in the back backand beckand i iMet
and on the left half of the front of post postcards postcards ¬ j jcards
cards This can not b b6 done with United UnitedStates UnitedState UnitedStates
States postal cards To be fair and con consistent conIsteftt condetent ¬
detent we should now broaden likewise likewisethe Jlkewlsethe likewisethe
the uses of the latter It would seem seemfrom seemfrom seemfrom
from both the language of the acts au authorizing authorizing anthorlzlng ¬
thorizing United States postal card and andprivate andprlate andprivate
private postcards that Congress did not notintend notbltend notintend
intend the latter to have greater privi privileges prlvlJeg privilogos ¬
logos Jeg than the former and therefore that thatprtedpie thatprtadple thatprinciple
principle has Ita been H substantially main maintained malntataed maintained ¬
tained tainedABOUT tataedABOUT tainedABOUT
ABOUT PLAYS AND PLAYERS PLAYERSThe
The window cleaner at the Hotel Hot 1 Ma Majecttc 1tI1ajecUc Majortle
jecttc New York York who got away a11 with withJ1J
J1J 1311 J worth of Jewelry belonging to toAadreiu toAMltN toAedress
Aadreiu Dispel one of the Metropolitan MetropolitanOiram MetropolitanOpera
Opera 0 House tenors has been convicted convictedIt I
It bus s belly l1y been figured out that the thetotal tbetotal thetotal
total net proceeds of the memorable memorablebenefit memorableteneftt memorablebenedt
benefit for i r Henry C C BameJwe and Marie MarieStone MarieStone Iarte IarteholM
Stone Maodonald acdo In New York on Tues Tuesday TufSar Toesday ¬
day of last week were J3MW J3MWThe 3WIThe IIftTIM
The George Faweett la wcett Stock St Company is isto Isto Isto
to begin pn a series of performances at AI AIbaughs AIhauPs Alboughs
boughs Theater TlMftt Baltimore the night be before before before ¬
fore Christmas Among the members of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the company are Mien Percy Haswell HaswellRobert HaswollRobert HaswellRobert
Robert Peyton PeT Carter James DaIsyJlcverla DaisyI4cverlng Daisy Daisyfevering
fevering and Kmilr sidly Wakeroan Wa The first firstpi tirstpbly flrstplay
pi play y to be presented pre onted will be Jeromes JeromesMiss JeromesMtR JeromesMien
MtR Miss Hobbs HobbsJowet HoGbJ HobbsJoeph
J Joeph Jowet X sl Daly a Boston ted of oftwentytwo orotytwo oftwentytwo
twentytwo otytwo hue written the score of a atwoact atwoact atwoact
twoact comic e opera which Ms S friends friendsexpect friendsexpect rNndsxpect
expect will 111 make a a hk when belt it te pro produced pieduced ¬ i iueed
duced ueed shortly It Itau has been called The TbeWonctrful TheWonderful TheWonderful
Wonderful Land of Man Young Daly Dalyhts Dlyhu Dalyhas
has been composing music since he heIn was washi waslit
hi knickerbockers kntckertN eken and has been es especially es espeetaIly enpeeiHy ¬
pecially successful with wU his marches marchesThe mardt mardtTile marchesThe
The Hammerstein grand opera ra S seasonat season seasonat oB oBat
at the Manhattan Opera House New NewYork K KYork NewYork
York Is doing a very good business The Thehouses Theb01Ntlll Thehouses
houses are a 8 little topheavy t however howevermost hoveft howevermct
most t of the vacant va48 t seats being In the theorchestra theOf theorchestra
orchestra Of tra Imprenird Oscar says he hewould hewould hewould
would like to reduce prices so M te t8joy en enjoy ¬
joy 7 the luxury of turning em away but buthis 1Mtthis buthis
his expanses are so o tremendous he e realty realtycannot realtyeanllOt realtycannot
cannot afford te do It ItMiss It ItPeI itMien
Miss Agnes PeI Helena Lackaye sister < of ofWilton ofWllton ofWhIten
WhIten Lackaye of this U S city and leading leadinglady leadtogbMty leadinglady
lady in the Heir to the Hoorah was wasmarried wasmarried as asmarried
married ia Oakland Cal Monday M IM to toHerbert tvHerbtlt toHerbert
Herbert Johnson Hidings manager JINl ger of the thecompany thecoIDJMUli thecompany
company The TIt ceremony was performed performedby
by a Justtoe of the peace in the presence presenceof
of o the members 11M of the Heir to the theHoorah theHoora theHoorab
Hoorah company 1Dpn1 which began an en engagement enlet ennpeneat ¬
gagement let in San Francisco Monday Mondaynight WOIMIajntght Mondaynight
night ntghtDvrta nightDerheg
C
MW MWDuring
During Dvrta the matinee of Madam Ma am Butter Butterfir BuUeray
fir 5 which 1Ilck Manager Savage is to give giveat giveat giveat
at the Garden Theater in New York to today 10dav today ¬
day the vocal wealth of the world will willbe willbe 11I 11Ibe
be represented as probably never before beforeon beforeon bofotoon
on any K1 one occasion on this continent continentAll continentAIl continentAll
All the t hmdldng singers of both the Met Metropolitan 1IetropoUtan Metropoiltan ¬
ropolitan and Manhattan opera houses houseswill OHseswill bosseswill
will be there to hear Manager Savages Savagesthree Savagestbree Savagesthree
three prlma donnas sing each e eh an act of ofPuccinis ofPucclnls ofPuccinis
Puccinis haunting work workEmboldened workEmbol workEmboldened
Emboldened Embol foMd by the reception given givenHis giv givHis givenHIs
His Honor the Mayor Alfred AlfredAcross K KAarone CARroIH
Across threaten two additional musical musicalplays mUiea1plays musicalplays
plays one of them to be built up about a acharacter ac acharacer
character c ter in the beforementioned pro production production production ¬
duction and to be called toDe Deacon con Flood FloodThe FloodThe FloodThe
The other will have as its title Th ThBelle The TheBelie TheBelle
Belle of Houg Kong regardless reg rdlesa of the thefact thefact thefact
fact that none of the belle plays of the theseason theseuen theseason
season has not n t been what would be becalled beUod benailed
called Uod a howling Mwllll suocaas Harry B BSmith BSlltlUi BSmith
Smith SlltlUi will write the libretto for the lat latter latt latJver 1sttee ¬
tee t <
Every Jver manager playbroker pa broker and dram dramatic dramatic dramatic ¬
atic author of the country is said to have havebeen havehHn havebeen
been represented at a meeting held in inNew inNI InNow
New NI York on Sunday for the purpose purposeof purpogeof purposeof
of organizing against the play pirates piratesThe piratesThe piratesThe
The The Managers Protective Association Associationwas
was the name given the organization organizationformed organizationformed organizationformed
formed A wellknown dealer in manu manuscripts manuscripts manuseilptz ¬
scripts in Chicago has been selected s > Iected as asthe asthe asthe
the first prey of this vigilance commit committee commlttee committee ¬
tee For years this man m n without attempt attemptat j jat
at subterfuge has sold his manuscripts manuscriptsof
of the latent copyrighted dramas for torand 55 55and lj ljand
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