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bgton and District of ColumbIa by new newboys rewbog
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SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 13 t9O t9OHall 9 9Hall
Hall I Hall HalThe I IThe
The following bulletin came over oyerthe overthe
the wire this th1 mornl morning morningflarrisbnrg g gHarrisburg
Harrisburg June 13Jury in incase incase
case of State officials and contrac contractors contractors
tors in capitol graft brought in a averdict averdict
verdict of not guilty at 930 this thismorning thismorning
morning morningThe morningThc
The gangs all here for a fa taqt taqtCorrectional t tCorrectional
Correctional Ointment OintmentJustice OintmentJustice
Justice Stafford StaffordPresident President Edson Edsonof
of the Bo Board rd of ChArities and Rob Robert Robr
r ert V LaDOw of the Department of ofJusticP ofJustice
Justice are to constitute the board boardto
to inspect our local penal institu institutions institutions
tions and suggest a plan for im impraYing improving
praYing their equipment It Is a aforqeful aforeful
forqeful trio well qualified for the thework thework
work Mr LaDow bas had long longservice longservice
service a superintendent of Unit United UnitedStates d dStates
States prisons and prisoners and andhas andhas
has late lately I given special attention to tothe tothe
the two new institutions building buildingtor
tor or the National Government Jus Justice Justico
tice Stai Stafford ord has ide identified tUled hi himself himselfwith se1f se1fwith
with the movement to make places placesof
of incarCeratIon for lawbreakers lawbreakerssomething lawbreakerssomething
something more than places of pun punishment punishment
ishment Mr Edson is the type of ofthe ofthe
the useful successful clearheaded clearheadedcitizen clearheadedcitizen
citizen who is above slighting his hispublic hispublic
public responsibilities responsibilitiesBut
But the anI only question about the thereport thereport
report these gentlemen are to make makeis
is one of how far the they shaH go No
commission is required to certify certifythat certifythat
that a jail built for 320 cannot give gleproper giveproper
proper accommodations to 600 that thata
a community without 8 reforma reformatory ref orma ormaV
V tory needs one as soon as it can be beproTided beprovided
provided that buildings without withoutplumbing withoutplumbing
plumbing are an affront to the self selfrespect selfrespect
respect of the least enlightened enlightenedcommunit enlightenedcommunity
community in the baokwoods baokwoodsNor baokwoodsNor
Nor when the report is submitted submittedill submittedwill
will ill it reach to the heart of our ourdiffioulty ourVV
VV difficulty Buildings are not our ourchief ourchief
chief correctional trouble tllt is a amatter amatter
matter of Jaws With the best beststructures beststructures
structures in the world with the themost theV themost
V most ample and approved building buildingaCC buildingaccommodations
aCC accommodations mmoda tions a community communitywhich communityL
L which must either send al alIts its law lawbreakers lawbreakers
breakers to prison or set then scot scotfree scotL
free would still belong to the da daof day dayof
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of Elizabeth and the Venetia1 Venetia1Council VenetiarCouncil
Council of Ten TenLet TenI
I Let these gentlemen stud study the thesituation thesituation
situation let them report 8 scheme schemeto
to improve our jail and workhouse workhouseand
and build 8 reformatory But do donot donot
V not let any of us get the impression impressionthat
that such improvements are aie a cure cureThey cureThey
They are only an ointment ointmentMind ointmentV
V Mind and Matter MatterStopping MatterStopping
Stopping short of Christian Sci Science Sdence
ence andJet and yet impressed with the
power of mind over body thousands thousandsof
of American men and women have havewondered havewondered
wondered that somewhere some somehow somehow
how some one did not take middle middleground middleground
ground Within Vi thin the year this has hasb hasbem
b bem n done The pastor of a church churchin
in Boston a certain Dr worccstcr worccstcrhas orcestcr orcestcrhas
has undertaken to cooperate with withthe withthe
the physicians not to supplant supplantthem supplantI
I them His success has been re remarkablenot remaritablenot
markablenot invariable not mi miraculous mlraculOus
raculous just remarkabl remarkablecnd nd he hehaR hehas
has given new direction to the thethought thethought
thought of men of medicine medicineThe medicineThe
The movement has taken its name namefr8ri1 namefrom
from Dr Worcsters churchEm churchEmmanuel churchEmmanuel
manuel It depends from the very veryrst veryfirst
first rst on indorsement by physIcians physIciansand
and cooperation with them as the theother theother
other day on opening 8 summer summercourse summercourse i
course in this psychotherapy ho hotook hetook
took occasion to explain There Thereare Thereare
are case said he where mental mentaluplift mentalupiLfi
uplift only is needed There are arecases arecases
cases where medicine skillfully ad administered administered
ministered is absolutely necessary necessaryAnd necessaryAnd
And there are other cases where whereboth whereboth
both are essential to recovery But Butthe Butthe
the most poignant cry of all ll is for forsjmpatby forsympathy
sympathy sjmpatbySo
So the first point that Dr Vor Worcester Vorcester
cester made was this That the theperienced ex experienced
perienced minister has a peculiar peculiarknowledge peculiarknowledge
knowledge of suffering and power powerto
to re1ieve it And there was a sec second seeond
ond point which was this thisThere thisThere
There are thousands or sufferers to today today
day who want not medical but spIrit spIritual spirituai
ual moral religious aid That In Itself ItseltIs
Is sufficient reason for our undertaking undertakingthE
I thE work The other day I was called calledfrom calledfrom
from this room to meet one ot the moet moetdstlng1llshed moatdIstinguished
dIstinguished philosophers jbUo ophers In this oun cbufltry ountry
try He > was all bro1 broken en don In health healthOfty healthty
Ofty ty make me believe In God this thisIftIUl thismu
IftIUl aid te me and I shall go Away Awaya
a happy and well man He did not notask notask
ask me for physical aid but for spirit spiritual spiritual
ual comfort comforti V VV
V i Oj1tg t UJ > l th the theV
V V
merits of Christian Science Sciencearly partic I
Inrly without denYing that men and andWomen i
Women can be h haled led either V with jth or orwithout I Iwithout
without medicine It is yet proper properI properto I
to hold that here is a movement movementwhich i iwhich
which commends itself to the aver average average
age mind Its roots are In 8 syZn syZnpathy m mpathy
pathy and just a8 every perceiving peroelYingdoctor perceivingdoctor
doctor in the world wlll te8tif testify to tothe tothe
the value of cheerfulness and bright brightspirits i ispirits
spirits In the practice of f his pro professlon profession
fesslon so every patient can ber berstrong
bCjr bCjrstron
stron strong witness to th the helpfulness df dffriendly f ffrlendly
frlendly friendly and honest sympathy smpatbMaybe sympathyMaybe
Maybe this preacher bas found the themiddle themiddle
middle ground groundKnoxs groundKnoxs
Knoxs Rich Friends FriendsI
It will be worth while going to toChicago toChicago
Chicago n nxt xt week just to see the tbeAmericus theAmericus
Americus Marching Marchi g Club of ritts rittsburg Pittaburg
burg all mmionalr68 and all Knox Knoxboomers Knoxboomers
boomers Says BoomerinChi BoomerinChiefBurke f fBurke
Burke of Pittsbur We are go going going
ing to show Chico Chicago go and the Ue Uepublienn Bepublican
publican party something It will i11 nolf nolfsoon no nosoon
soon forget forgetBut forgetBut
But Chicago may not be 1 so > 0 vividly vividlyfmpresfred vividlyimpressed
impressed It lisa its MultiMillion MultiMillionnire lu1ti iJliou iJliouaue
aue Club Its leading citizens for Coryears foryears
years were shaved while looking ftt fttQ ata
Q ceiling plastered with ith mone money In Ina Ina
a quiet way it has been a rather rathersuccessful rathersuccessful
successful competitor of Pittsburg Pittsburgin
in the game of placing heir heiroases Mes in inmol inmol4y
mol mol4y foreign castles It h has I gin given givenone n none
one of the two finest worlds fAirs fAirson fairson
on r record cord anq it did this without withoutbuncoing iUtoutbWlcoing
bWlcoing the Government out of Ii IiJoan aloan
Joan It has had a d daughter ughter take takeher takeher
her place as Icerine of India and andstill antistill
still another fair representathe representathepla reprcsentatieplays
pla plays s society queen in London and anelentertains andentertains
entertains king kingBut kingsBut
But if mqney is the something somethingthe
the Amorious Club is to take to toChf toChicago
Chf Chicago ago then we think the Republl
can party will try not to for forgt et it itCampaign itCampaign
Campaign funds are running JowlId JowlIdthe owandthe
the steel and iron mHlion millionaires ire will willbe willbe
be permitted to show their de devo devotion o otion
tion to the party of Philander C CKnox CKnox
Knox b by contributing to the sup support support
port of the other man W1om th thChicago the theChicago
Chicago convention will nominate nominateAbout nominateAbout
About tle time the DeJROCrats m male maleready e eready
ready to re relIse JtH un the increased increasedof pke pkeof
of beef as cmpal iunpign n material the Re RepublicanlS Republicans
publicans turn arOUnd teUd open up the theplants theplants
plants O or the United States Steel Cor CorporaUon Corporatlon
poraUon on full time timeThe timeThe
The Taft managers na1 ers know their buM 0011Ine buMfloss
ne floss s Theyre no A pblng lnr te elo close e the thebeg thebtg
beg show without aom some sort Of excite excltem excitement
m ment Rt even It It hu tO te over seeod seeodrbce cod codIC
IC
At US i day moat or us would ould fellow tollowthe fellowthe
the example of the UlaatrloWl woman womanftnanclor oman omanftnancler
ftnancler But our wlv8Ii wouldnt wouldntOrdinary wouldatOrdinary
Ordinary common Or garden decene deceneought deceney deceneyought
ought to move the Chicago eotvefttloQ eotvefttloQto
to Indorse the JM08peeUye 8Ctl action n of that thatIn Nlt NltIn
In Denver At least that much reeonI reeonItion I Itlon
tlon or favors to COfR COMa Is earned earnedfr earnedMr
Mr fr Hepburn Is respectfully JUad stidged d te tetbe tothe
the erred that the real fault with th our ourstreets ourstreets
streets is not with the IAspectloR d dose doseby R Rby
by Dl8trlct offlelals but b by that doAe doAeby doooby
by certain of his eel eelIoaguea kMgu es who COM COMprlse comprise
prlse the House Committee On Appro Appropriatlons PPto PPtoprlatIo1l8
prlatIo1l8 prlatIo1l8Tag priatlonsTag
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Maybe youre too ok to get la the theclass theCI85
class with children and play one of oftheir oftheir
their games for their benefit ItenefttJust benefitJustthe
Just Justthe the same how many Of o Uti eM eMount canount
ount an 8000 conscience among our as asTHOMAS assets
sets
THOMAS PAINE PAINEThe PAINEThe
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The service that Paine rendered the thecause thecause
cause of lI liberty rty has never been recogniz recognized
ed at anything like Its full value His Hispamphleti HispamphIet
pamphleti pamphIet Common Sense Senseand and The TheCrIsis TheCrisis
CrIsis wrought powerfully f for r the theRevolutionary theRevolutionary
Revolutionary cause and while no one onecan onecan
can measure up along with Washington WasblngtonIn
In those days that tried mens souls soulsthe soulsthe
the good that Paine did was Immense ImmenseIn
In the darkest time of our struggle strugglewhen strugglewhen
when hope and courage were at the thelowwater thelowwater
lowwater mark the publication of his hisCrisis hisCrisis
Crisis put new Ue Into the situation situationand situationand
and lent Vashlngtons sword a p power powerIt wer werIt
It might not otherwise have shown shownew
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when the addIng March ot Men Mendelssohn Mendelssohfl
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the MaIdens Prayer Exchange ExchangeOLDEST ExchangeOLDEST
OLDEST TREATY TREATYThe
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Rameses II King of Egypt and the thePrince thePrince
Prince of Kheta which embraces the thearticles thearticles
articles of a permanent offensive And Anddefensive anddefensive
defensive alliance with clauses provld providlog
log for extradition of emigrants desert deserters
ers criminals and skilled workmen workmenThis workmenThis
This treaty was brawn irawn up In the four fourteenth fourteenth
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IRS P PIkLx klI ltJu ttitrtkY > iRY WILLIS WILLISWho WILLISV
V V Who Was Married Recently in WUmi Wilmington gton Del
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Mrs Willis Was Formerly FormerlyMiss FormerlyMiss
Miss Amelia Hager Winner Winnerof
V of Third Weekly Prize PrizeTle
The announcement ye yesterday terday or the themarriage themarriage
marriage In Wilmington vnmtn on Del of KIM KIMAmelia MissAmelia
Amelia Hager and Percy Henry Willis Willisof mta mtaof
of that city caused much surtr surtram surprise surpriseamong
am among ng MIss Hagers friends tn Wash Washington ub ubIngton
Ington Even her relatives had no Inti Intimatlon
MaUon that the young couple would M bemarried I Iarrled
married arrled before next fall fallMiss all I
Miss 118 Hager or Mrs Irs Willie ml as she i
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SE c center e n t e r of ofthat OfS Ofthat
I that hand handEH handsome
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Mt lt Vernon Square SquareJadlas squareladies
ladies Iud gentle gentlemen gentlemen
men yo yo1 J see the thePublic thelubhic
lubhic Public Ubra Library of ofthe ofthe
the clt city The build buildIng building
Ing Is the gift of ofAndrew ofAndrew
Andrew Carnegie Carnegieand
and cost 35OOO be because because
cause of which whichEH whichsome
EH some > me Incorrectly Incorrectlyrefor incorrectlyrefer
refer to the Insti Institution Institution
tution as the Car Carnegie Carnegle
negie Library It
now III i5 aJ extgly pretty young yeunJwoman youngwoman
woman She ftprecl prominently 1ft ul ulbeauty tt ttbeauty
beauty OIt enntsst which attracted such suchwide suchwide
wide Attention some months ago and andwon andwon
won the third weekly prise Jrbe offered bY bYThe bYThe
The Washington TIm Times for the photo photograph photograph
graph or the IftIHIt beautiful girl Iir1Bbp girlShe
She hA blue eyes and I is ot a dig dlstlnctly digtinetly
tlnctly Ir Irish lh type of biuty For ear 1ttVral earoral
oral ral years she he had been prominently prominentlyIdentified prominentlyIdentified
Identified with musical atlal affairs In Wash Washlnton Vahlollton
lollton foh Ehe It Is th the daughter of Mr and andIrs andMrs
Mrs Irs Jail Jaues F Hager of Charleston CharItonW
W Va Miss Hagers Washington home home1a
1a at t 1IOl Jltlllt Street norlhCItt norlhCIttThe northwaetThe
The young couple 18 1ft Wilmington Wilmingtonvisiting Unngtonlttlntt
visiting lttlntt Mr Willis family lftlly aDd will wUllatpr willlater
later KG to N New York and several veral other othvpla otherplcs
pla plcs before returning to Wshtngt btngton ° fl
Goss Gossip p of the Book World WorldS World7e
1 7e e Authors and Publ Publishers shers
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Seven years 8nI Jacob served for Rachel Rachelaad Racheland
and yet again even aDd seven ven years yeaTthe yearsthe
the profegor of physics of the Royal RoyalBftgiueerlng RoyalngineerIng
Bftgiueerlng College at Davenport Eng England Zagland
land has been en engaged lged In spilling dlOlWt dlOlWtot dropeof
ot liquid u upon n a sc scud lid plate aDd now be beh8 hehas
h8 accumllated material for a book bookwblch bookwhich
which he calls A Study of Splashes SplaahTo SplashesTo
To the lay mind It may seem that that1I1ash a asplash
splash Is uf slight scientific ImportanCe ImportanCeJM
and JM Tet et a lit little tie reflection will 11l bow showthat bowthat
that tne the behavior of liquids of f various variouoofte1stenfles variouscoss4stenetes
oofte1stenfles fallinG from different dUferentheights differentheights
heights might well throw much light on onthe onthe
the law or Impact disturbance and andmolecular andmolecuIar
molecular behavior behaviorThe
ITA The pecuUar interest of a naval en engl engin
gl gin r In Ce subject ub l ma mar be conee coneewrecl conjactured
wrecl from the frontispiece of Xl XlWonhlnltt MrVorthlngtons
Wonhlnltt Vorthlngtons ns book In which hich a photo photognph photogrph
gnph records two splashes left leftwhere leftwhere
where projectiles en entered ered an armor armorplate armorplate
plate Fourteen years ars ago Mr Worth Worthlngton Vorthingtot
ingtot first lectured on The Sash SpiatIhand Sashand
and for half that time he has devoted dMotedmuch devotedmuch
much oC lila time to study of this aba Itlmpie abapIeS
pie Everyday Incident The beak Is a anuf arare
rare example of the conscIentious habit habitoC habItof
oC the scientific mind mindThe mindThe
The Milton Tercentenary TercentenaryThe
The president of the British Academy AcademyIn
In response to an Invitation addressed addrEMttHldto
to the academy by the lord mayor of ofLoroon ofLordon
Loroon the Universities of Oxford and andCm andCambridge
Cm Cambridge rldge and other InfiunUal Jdraon Jdraonand pursonsand
and Institutions announces that It hu hubeer hasbeer
beer decided to organize a a commemora commemoration oommemoratier
tier In London of the threehundredth threehundredthanniversary threehundredthanniversary
anniversary of the birth of John Milton MiltonThe MiltonThe
The author of Paradise Lost was wasborn wasborn
born December 9 1 1l In Broad street streetChe streetCheapolde
Che Cheapolde pslde London He was educated at atSt atSt
St Pauls School and at Chrlsts Col College Colloge
loge CambrIdge Cambridge will haye hayeIndeed hayeindeed
Indeed hAS alread aready be begunIts unIts elebra celebration elebraHon
Hon whIch consists chlell chiefly 11 l an exhi exhibition extilbitlon
bition of Ultonlanabu8ts paIntings palnUngstirlnts paIntingsprints
prints and miniatures of the poet with witharly withearly
early editions oC his works On July 10 10m 10In
m the garden of Chrlsts College where wherethe wherethe
the rooms In which hlch the fall haired and andsomewhat
somewhat dainty poet lIved are stIll atl11p91ntod stIllpointed
pointed out after n dinner In his honor
Com Comae us will be performed The London Londoncel Londoncelebration
cel celebration ratloa win be Oft a more elab elaborate elaboratescale rate rateale
scale ale aleCIoH V
Close Vie Views s of Two Neveljsts NeveljstsT Novel jsts jstsThe
T The dau daughter ter of the onc once celebrated celebratedDr
Dr Edward Vau Vaughan < < ban Ken Kenesly 1Y of Tleb TlebborDe Tichborne
borne fame ba has endeavored te Tehabtl TehabtlItate rehabilItate
Itate Mr fathers name by the publica publicatlon pubhcatint
tint of a a volume of his memoirs Thee Theeare Theeare
are At all vents interesting In their theirplcture theirpictures
pictures of celebrated JM Peoria Or l or aft earll earlltr
tr generation eratlon Here Ia atl entertaltIRg entertaltIRganecdcte cntertaltingsneedete
anecdcte ot Dlllfaeli DlllfaeliJanuary DisraeliJanuary
January 5 1J7IBrady M P for forsomewhere
1 somewhere O tewhere caked V Bright to Introduce Introducehim Introducehim
him to Dl Disraeli < < aeU Bright did so Brady BradyMW Bradysaid
MW Mr zo Dltraell I f feel 1 very Ery happy happyto
to make ycur acquaintance I hear you youhave youhay0
have ritten some clever novels I never Deverr neverread
r read 1Y of them myself but my daush daughter
tel has and Ad she he thinks them so fine fineDtr fineDisraeli
Dtr Disraeli lIdreWJmlielrufland drew Imself up and in tORf tones tonesof S
of Mcph McphiMopheeS tophte replied Thl6 Is IspraiH ispraise I
praise ard rod len BradY very ery solemnly solenanlyBrlpht solemnlyBright
Bright ran chuckling about telling teillngveryone tellingeveryone
everyone Brady returned to his place placehappy placehappy
happy and satisfied thAt he had done donethe donethe
the right hlnK So all were ere content contentAnd contentAnd
And here a de descriptIon crtption of BulVoer Lyt Lytton Lytton
ton which agrees with nothing In the thelttenLture theliterature
literature or remInIscence and Is s prob probabl probably
abl ably to be set down to the JIlhuntor ot otIts ofIts
Its author autborDined authorDined
Dined tonl tonight ht with the lord chief chlerJu chiefJustice
Ju Justice tleer Lord Houghton Bulwer Litton L1UonIIn
IIn otneo other senators and ladles Bulwer BulwerLytton BuiwerLytton
Lytton Is a clown He V as 5 shabbily shabbilydre86ild shabbilydressed
dressed and sidled llito the room with VoithslouchinK withslouching
slouching air and gait He held his hat hatIn hatin
In bit hand aa though about to drop It Itand Itand
and looked as though he did not know knowwhat knowwhat
what to do with his legs He gaped gapedids
ids eye wu luklu larklustred tred and hp said saidnothing saidnothing
nothing It It Almost Impossible t to be beU4we believe
U4we he wrote the works which ltaS8 ltaS8under sa saunder
under his name hi his wife says he did didnot didnot
not write them themHe themHe
He had a great no nose like Fltzbal1 or orBardolph orBardolph
Bardolph but not S er < red kS the latters lattersHe lattersHe
He has cut oft his be beard lrd and the hairs hairsare hairsare
are scanty IU scrubby down his lank lankDon lankDon
Don Quixote j jews W8 J I expected 8 a fine finegenJtemanperhq8 finegonlteinanperhps
genJtemanperhq8 a fop Uk 11ks his own ownDever wn wnieversaux
Dever ieversaux ux or like Bo1fnJZbroke and I Isaw 1saw
saw a crapulous fossil He took Zirs
fIGHTS FAST AUTOS AUTOSTO
TO PROTECT U LIVES LIVESBethesda ES ESBethesda
Bethesda Man Gives Rea Reasons ReaSons
sons for Enforcing EnforcingSpeed
Speed Laws LawsTo I
To the Editor or The WaJhIIOI T TAn Tsee TseeAn
An article headed Automobile and andSuburb andSuburb
Suburb was as published in your yourof popes popesof
of the 12th instant and permit me meto meto
to say ay that the writer wu l1dInormed l1dInormedhatever uislnfermedshortens
hatever shortens the distance I tanee to totown totown
town when In the lands of a reckless recklessnd
nd dare areslevn evIl driver also Is UabJte tet tethorten tqshorten
shorten the IIEII oC the people ewnlng ewnlngroperty nlng nlngroperty
roperty in the M suburbs and therefore thereCoreIlle
the great Increase In the yahle 818 of prop Itroplty propFty
lty due to tIN great Interest of the thetown thetown
town dwellers becomes m a secondary secondarysIderaUen oondaryh1sderatten
h1sderatten sIderaUenYou J
yoU You are right there is a In every sub subI subrh
I rh a bitter and persistent r8Iatet purpose on onpart on one
e > part of the citizens and property propertytJWnf propertyivtIlets
tJWnf ivtIlets > n to brine to Justice all violators violatorst
t 10 > speed 1 law be thel residents of ofuhlngton ofVashington I
uhlngton or oC the county and the thetst thet
t age In queatiOn Is oC a temporary fiO fiOj soJ
j urnH In our midst who ho has persist persistlly persisttly
lly and openly violated that law hiWAn
An arrest was a recently made In Beth BethV4 th thla
V4 > la of a notorious violator of the sp speed speedt5V 8tl 8tll
l t5V n his way home to Ii place hf heitts
itts 118 rented for the summer ht came CkmeII
II a stretch tr tch oC road with many houses houedun
un one side wit cross roads I leading leadingmb adlng1IIl0
Woodmont with children childrenphaying
1IIl0 mb m8ni 1 1piA
piA phaying in in the vIcinity and in front tJ I
L 1 row of houses In t she h 8 subtUvl b4lvt lon or oroodmont ofVoodmont
oodmont was as arrested by the deputy deputyherlff I Itherlff
therlff not a constable who dOts not notget notget
get nl fllg salary from such uch arrests as asthe astue
the nn line goes es t8 the county COURtyTherp countyV
V There u 4TC mary substantial > > ub tantlal aud audealthy adaealthy
ealthy men In Bethesda district using ustngautomobl1 usingautomobiles
automobiles who obey the law and have haveItt haveisepect
Itt isepect pect or the aaft rt III u welfare ot oti ofthe
i th the citizen enjoy enjOYInt In th coun1 county y sir sirand
and d also lito the respect a arI confidence Onftd nce C Cthe
the people or Beth Bethdt Ad Anti 1 think
I voice the unanimous Hntheut of the theellI6fts thecitIzens
citIzens of Beth Bethesda sda In lfaylAg that they titiYlook theylook
look Up upnt any other khk1 tf routers and Knd8OJoumers andsojourners
sojourners as II unde undesirable lrable citizens citizens1th citizenst
t 1th U8 a persons tenOtls hit I Is worth mOte mOtetbal motethas
tbal all the mon8l your would be J prop property < Op Operty
erty purchaser r 1 tas m mTntly mi4e mi4eTruly
Truly t the e issue rests with the people peoplee
e of Bethesda and they will not only ealyHek onlyseek
seek t in e control > > ntrol ulomo utomobtie Ue tramc but butthey butthey
they will H see that the ktlators of the theIIpHd thespeed
speed ta law are tined How would It do doto
to put thAnkyoumatuafJ across the theroad theroad
road Mth square u Chevy Cbue hu hudonfl hasdon
don The eutHne Association ot Bt BtthecHla B Bthesda
thecHla on Monday June 1 instructed tnlltructedIr
Mr Ir Couneeolman In tee deputy asertif ertr hy hyuftlllmou y ya
a uftlllmou vote te Ud aU violators violatorsth loIatersor
or t th 81H1ed law1n law tnd tull artuU follo folloed follow followKvery
ed edEvery
Every resident o ong the Iftf rnai from fromWashlDgton fromMashinton
WashlDgton to th patk has nOC note 1 bl blthl hiw hiwthIs
thl thIs woudbe property purchaser has nm nmhili runhis
his machine going at least forty miles An
hour by the po poat3iie U1If In DeIO 11e1esda d l as astwenty I Itwenty >
twenty men wilt teatfJ testfrOur
Our people are not pickpockets robbers robb6TSOf
Of cutthroats like J Jset Janu and cur
deputy sheriff Is t rt JMlfable > ADd reo reospected re
sported p property rty orner n r wr e earns tnR 1J1s is isrvin
UVlnf rvin by seeing Inl lhat the 1a lws S of the theun the thecounty
county un 7 and sate art resp respetad respetadery tctd
y ery ry Truly TrulyBethesda
H LLHEISKZLL L HEISKXLL
Belhe Bethesda a Md June 13
Round don to dinner but n never v 1 s sliok k
a word to her remaIning silent Or Mum
hUng to hlmHl
1 think Cockburn 18 ashamed of
him and Ad although he asked him to meet
m MC he did Rot venture 16 solicit my
opttlon ef him But I told It to him
And he was as ashAMed or hi his guest 1151
Viscount Morley of Blackburn BlackburnAdmirers n nAdmirers
Admirers of plaIn John KorI6 Morley are arelIk arelikely
lIk likely y t8 exJJerfenee 8 something of a aahooJc ashock
shock when th they Y come on a book bear
Ing on It its title page the lIameJVh lIameJVhcount nameVhtcount
count Morley of Blackburn The AU AUthOI anthor
thor of the Jlvt Ilvts ut f CoWen and Glad Gladstone Gladstone
stone It to appear In literature under
this style for the first time In a book
th be published before Ute end of the
month by th the Msemliiane Iemllla It Is a rot
woe of collected papers and Ad will aI appear PMr
as V Vlume lume IV of the authors Mlscei U < el
laDies laDiesNew laniosNew
New Editions EditionsThe EditionsThe i
The JIacmlllan Company reports that thattlte thatthe
the first large edition of Pref Lowells LowellsThe LowellsThe
The Government of England was as ex
hautM on the day or publication pubiteatJonAmong publicationAmong
Among the popular stories that have bavegone
recently gone Into reprint the follow
Ing are found on the Harper list
Solomon Crow by Ruth tcKnery
Stuart With Edged Tools by Henry
Seton Merriman I rrhnan railed In by
EUza Ellzabet tb Stuart Phelps and The
Other Wise 18e Man edItions large and andsmal andsmal
smal > by Henr Henry van Dyke An En Encore Encore
core by Margaret Deland DelandThe DelandThe
The Macmillan Company announces a athird athird
third large edition of MI Crews Ca Career Career
reer the l1ew tew Vlft8ton Churchill novel
This means that the sales within three threeweeks threeweeks
weeks of lUbUcatton publication have run tar Into Intothe intothe
the secon second Jundred hundred thounda record rec07dthat recordthat
that recalls the boom years ears of 190005 190005New 1900fENew
New Books At Hand HandA
A Bottle In the Smoke Cooke Don
Carlos R F 1 F Fenno DJIO Company
A weird story written of the feudal
da days 8 of old England when the Church
held possession of much laRd and exer exerthled exerelsed
thled rights or guardianship over aU aUwards allwards
wards wardsThe wardsThe
The Voice of the City O Henry
The McClure Company CompanyAnother CompanyAnother
Another series ot O Henrys de
lightful short stories storiesen on Oft subject
t
I Seeing edng Wash Washington ngton With The T ThneS mes 0tide GU1de GU1deNo 1 1No
No XXILPUBLIC LIBRARY
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Is a model library llbraryand libraryand
and under the direction of the libra librarian libranan
nan George F Bowerman keeps fully fullyabrea fullyabreabt
abrea abreabt t of the times and provides for torthe forthe
the cltlze1s of Washington many con convenrences conventences
venrences which hlch other libraries do donot donot
not think of furnishing furnishingThere furnishingThere
There you can find not only a alibrary alibrary
library ot the worlds choicest musIc musIcbut musicV
V but a fine collection of perforatecl perforateclmusic perforatecmusic
music tolls for use In automatic Ila piano pianoplayers > > o op1ayers
players There too the they have a timely tJmelycollection timelycollection
collection of vacation and resort pam pIlmlets
lets too1d tW OIU gut gutJ
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plating a sOjourn at t1 tao seashore cr crIn crIn
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cation place placelhe placeThe
The buldlng Itself while It does not notcompare notcompare
compare with some other public b1 btild btildings tld tldhags
hags In size Is ne at the finest ex examples oxamplee
amples ot architecture In thIs city ot otbeautiful ofbeautiful
beautiful buildings It was designed by byAckerman byAckerman
Ackerman Ross of New York erect erected erected
ed by Richardson Burgess of ofWashington ofWashington
Washington and dedicated January
7 1901 001 1n the presence of a dls dlstjn
nd
Utal ASU1er1Di 1l 1l5lJf
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President Roose RooseaU RooseV
V volt aU atid Apdrew ApdrewC ApdrewCarnegie
C Carnegie CarnegieAs rnegle rnegle4A1
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ebnslsts or a rect rectangular rectangular
angular central pa palUcin pavihion
lUcin with two twowings twowings
wings on the east eastand eastand
and west sides The ThepavUlen Thepavilion
pavilion Is III feet feetI feetkng
I kng < rtg and 90 feet feetwide feetwide
wide and the wings wingsare wingsare
are es feet by 64 64There 4 4There
There are altogeth altogether
er 36 h halls llls and androoms androoms
rooms In the build buildIng
Ing and It has a acapacity acapeIty
capacity of 283i6 283i6vClume 2SZ70volumes
volumes The Ubra
Y 1 now cont contlns lns
Photo b by Boetler eUer 100000 volumes and andab andabout
ab about ut 13000 books are added yearly yearlyMore yearlyMore
More than 50000 persons are now tak takIng takIng
Ing advantage of the opportunity to todraw todraw
draw books And last year half a mU mUlion mllIon
lion were taken out for home usa usaThe us usThe °
The advantages oC the library an anopen areopen
open to all and the library is unique uniqueIn
In that the attendants are freetrom freetromthat free from fromthat
that hlghbrowed air w whIch lch Is m much muchaffected ch chaffected
affected In most Institutions at the theltIPq theklncl
ltIPq apd Jtd are re always eager to assIst assIsta assistastrhnger
a astrhnger astrhngerV astrhngerS str Dg a V
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SIGHTSEE SIGHTSEEINGDIPLOMATS SIGHTSEEINGDIPLOMATSREADY NG A TS
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READY FOR CONVENTION
Wives of Ambassadors J Jus Jusserand us userand
erand and Bryce Going Goingto
to C Chicago ticago Too TooJ3ut TooBut
But the Feminine Contingent ContingentI Contingentinthe
inthe I the Galleries Will WillNot WillV
V
V Not Be Large Largeme
Mme me Jusserand wife wifeV wifeof V of the Am Amead9r Amo
ead9r o f France Mrs James Bryce Brycewtte Brycswife
wife of 9f the British Amba Ambassador ador and andI andMis
Mis I B B R James wIfe Ite of the military militarylttache militaryattache
lttache pC the British embassy will willb WIllbe
b be tlf only feminine members of the theDtftloJma theDipionatIo
DtftloJma DipionatIo tic Corp to accompany their theirbueLJnds theirhuaLande
bueLJnds to the Republican national nationalCOnYflUOn nationaloonvention
COnYflUOn at Chicago Other for forelall forelallroprosentatlves lgn lgnroprtSentaUves
roprtSentaUves who wilt attend and andWhO andwho
WhO will lit Arrive In Ch Chicago go by Dies Diesday Je
day morning are the Minister ot AI Argentine
gentlne SenOr Portela Alberto Costa Costas Costasecretary I
s secretary rtttary of the legation the minister ministerof
of o Uruguay Senor Latlnur the Minis Minister Minister
ter or China Dr Wu u Tlngfang and andone andone
one of C his secretaries the Minister of ofGre ofGreece
Gre Greece ee 1 L A CoromJaa Mr fr Kroupen KroupenIIky Kroupeflsky
sky charge daffaires of Russia W WA V ViA
iA Aro Arosemena emena charge datralre of ofPanama 01Panama
Panama YIeCOUlt LarIos rl65 de Cbam Cbamrun Chambrun
brun run o of the French IUba8 rnibaosy Captain Captainthe Captainthe
the Hononble Horace Hood of the theBritish theBritish
British embassy and the Honorable HonorablH
H F Charterla of the 1ritlah ombRs ombRsy ombRsSenator
SF SFSenator y
Senator Carter Leaves Tomorrow TomcrowS TomorrowSenator
S Senator nlltor Carter of lllltan will 111 lea leaFuhington leavc leavcWashington
Washington tomorIV aceompanJeJ by byone byone
one o of his none for bt his Mme s4ppint s4ppintIn sfeppnin
In Chl Chicago ago for forseveral Beveral lays Mrs lrlJ Cart Carter
er r and the other lftMnbN m mbczs 01 the tapl taplIII faptfly
fly will remain here unlI the ml middle middleof dle dlenfxt
of III next week when she hE < will m close t their theirSixteenth h lr lrSixteenth
Sixteenth stre street t h8e and go to Men Mentana I n ntllna
tllna for the summer r rtev v wm return relurnto
to Washington nixc Xt mU tll
Anoun Apnouncemento ement oC th 61 engagement agement ot ofMhi
lUFfI Mary Ial Ellen Lutz to Williams 1 1Lemon F FLeffion
Lemon baa been made The weddJn wedding weddingwill
will 111 take place July JulyMrs 5 5Mrs
Mrs Henry Winthrop Gra Gray who Is Isspeudlng isspending
t thas
spending the summer at t Lenoo MaSl ss sshas
has as her guest Mrs George Cabot CaboLooge CabotLodge
Lodge of Washington WashingtonRepresentative as1dngtonRepresenttUvca
Representative Richmond Pearson PearsonHobson PearsonHobson
Hobson and daJ G Gee en J Franklin Bell Bellt BellU
t U S A who lectured before the claSs clagsat
at the Nval val War C College ll ge Newport Newportsterday Newportyesterday
yesterday sterday morning were the guests 0 0Rear Or OrRear
Rear AdmirAl and Mrs trl John P tIer Metrell tIerrtli
rtli l S N st luncheon luneheotdr luncheonMr
dr and Mrs Irs Henry Clews expecttD expecttDgo expect to togo
go to the Rock Newport the last of ofthe ofthe
the month for the summer summerCount summerCount
Count delta Gherarde5C3B Is In New New1Ort Newport
port the guest o of his fatberinaw fatberinawH fatheriniawHenry
H Henry nry H C A Taylor TaylorGuy TaylorGuy
Guy A Ouran Ourand turned Thursday Thul1dayaftu Thursdayefter
aftu A short vacatloi spent at Atlantic AtlanticCity AtlanticCity
City to his home on Tenth street
FIREWORKS FUND FUNDGROWING FUNDV
V GROWING APACE
2000 More Needed for forMunicipal
1 Municipal Building BuildingCelebration BuildingV
V Celebration CelebrationContributions CelebrationContributIons
Contributions to the fland for the cele celebration celebratlon
bration Of the opening f the Dew1IU Dew1IUnlclpal new Mu Municipal
nlclpal Building on the Fourth of July JulyIlr Julyare
Ilr are coming 1ft dally t to ClarencfIF Nor Norinent
Inent chAIrman of the t1naMe com committee cornmlttee
mittee In the 1 laot l5 to Jays S30i 507 baa haebeen baabeen
been received as follows followsGude followsGuile
Guile Bros Co CoArms fiIOO fiIOOAnn
Ann Drur3 Drur3C
C Hetlrlch 1 l00f l00fG
G F Hellprln 181 181G 10Otl 10OtlG
G W V Forsberg V iOO iOOm 0 0Wrn
Wrn m Hahn Co 1000 1000Berry lOoOBerry
Berry Vhltmore Co 1 1perclal 1500 1500Percival
perclal 3 r nr Brpn BrpnR oj ojR
R RJch Richs II Sonq Sons aOO aOOA 00 00A
A H Bakerj i iB 50 50v
v B Holtzclaw Ii IiGeo 550 550Geo
Geo Eo B Fleming V 5 It ItH
H S Reeslde 5 550 550A 8 8A
A F Joras lA18 lA18A 1000A
A E L I Luckie 200 200Henry 200Henry
Henry Evans EvansDanIel 600 600Daniel
Daniel Loughran 1100 1100W 1500v
W v M Gait Co CoD IIHt IIHtD
D S Porter 50 50Vm 5 o oWm
Vm H Ernest 5I 5IDr 500 500Dr
Dr D perc Percy HlckUng HlckllngWin EiOO EiOOVm
Vm H De La Lacy LacyHenry 500 500Htnl
Htnl Henry F Blount 1800 1800This
This makes a little over 1110O noW noWat nowat
at hand but the committee w want nt at atleast atleast
least UI0 5 < < > > 3 to do the things they have haveBet haveset
Bet out to accomUeb and to make the theelebraUon theelehration
elebraUon a memorable atr atrJohn affir affirJohn
John Joy oy Edson chairman the joint jointcommittee jointommlttce
committee of the Board or ofPrade de and andChamber andChamber
Chamber of Commerce > has called a ameeting a ameeting
meeting of the executive committee for torTuesday forTuesday
Tuesday morning at 11 0c1oc1 at the theBoard theBoard
Board of Trade rooms when the ar arrangements arrangemetits
rangements made up to that time will willbe willbe
be considered It Is expected that the therogram theprogram
program rogram for the day will also be besettled besettled
settled
A SUCCESS SUCCESSThere
There Is an old gentleman who has re retired retired
tired from business and therefore has hasleisure hasleisure
leisure to devote to hlsp his partIcular rtlcular h8bb h8bbthe hebby hebbythe
the Invention of Ingenious but Imprac 4mpracticable Impracticable
ticable ticable mechanical 1 devices The old oldgentleman oldgentleman
gentleman has from rom time totimeaunit totimeaunitconsiderable to time sunk sunkconsiderable
considerable sums In attempts to plac1 plac1his placthis
his contrivances on the market much mucht
t the anno30snce annoyance 0 his son who Is a aer avery
very er practical bul buslfiess ess man manThe maeThe
The son was r rcently enUy accosted b by a afriend afriend
friend of the ftlmll famIly with the question questionHow questionHow
How did your father come out with withthatlast withthaLlast
thatlast invention of his hisFine hisFine
Fine was the reply Why the thoPatent thePatent
Patent Office turned It down and all he heI heIs
I Is out on It Is the patent appUcatlon appUcatlonteeExchange applicatknfeeExchange
teeExchange
Mme Chermont of the Bra BraiIian Brailian
iIian Embassy Returns ReturnsV
l lto
V to Washington WashingtonSenor WashingtonV WashingtonV V
V JI JIS
Senor S nbr Don Luis Lui Ricoy RicoyLeave RicoyLeaves
Leave Washington for forMexico forMexico
Mexico City CityMole I IInte
Mole Inte CherwtOftt wife of a the 8earetarJ 8earetarJor Scretaryof
or the DruWaa rasilIu e 1 wtIo has au been beensndIng
5 sndIng ndtng u the week hi Ialtkusore wita witaher 1ta 1taher V
her elster lstOC xt Miss 8Io hoftn s will return to toWaa toVachington
Waa Vachington lnJton thl this afternoon afternoonSenor turnooaSenor
Senor l Don n Lug Rleoy of tIN KexJ MexIcan MexIcanembassy n nembaaJ
embassy who has peen MII transferred tn tnthe tnthe
the Mexican enbu8r at London will willleave WIUleave
leave Waahl WsshIOgtOII tilts atteneoa for or a abrief abrief
brief visit wit wtti relatives tft MexkIO ezIee be beCore before
Core SOlD < < to ht his sew post et duty dutySenor dutySenor
Senor Don Leopoldo Bla8Quez who hUi hUibeen hesbeen
been appointed to MtCMed lien eflOt < < JUCOi BIcOhere
here will arrive In Ute CpUa1 in 1 1few L Lfew
few days dqsBrlpdkt daysBr1gdhr
Brlpdkt 0 Oenesul ubJre U A AMrs AMrs
Mrs Ale Aleehire hire Miss U Marjorie A1blre A1blreand AJeohIraand
and their JIOII J Joseph MPh F AIMhue a acadqt acadqt
cadqt at Wool PoInt expect to 0 leave leavethe leavethe
the elt City early next week for Wyoming W78lD1ngwhere Wyomingwhere
where thy win spend the summer summerthe d dth
th the moulKaUw moulKaUwneprNfflItatln nioizntataaRopresentativu
neprNfflItatln and Mrs Abeny Abenyckts8d AMberryclosed
closed their apoxtmeat ip rt1ftCJlit In the Cah yes yesterday S SterdBY
terdBY After aUe LIefldIIIg taM OODe OODetloM oonvetioti
tloM III CbJea ChicagO they will go to the theiterM tkeborne
borne In Deftance Ohio for the sum summer sumrear
rear merI
I Miss M181f rrw1 Tnrietta thc GoVlwnV who stHe stHeCor srtltt srtlttfor
for Europe a acnnpealed < < oo 1paaloecl by Jeer aunt auntI autMrs
I Mrs Irs Frlek of Baltimore wilt JlP spand ftd ha hasummer hesummer
summer abroad ma She wilt make her debut debuIn debutIn
In Washington text WI2er WI2erMise wiater3IIss
Mise Lucile Da Davis of Cnartf Casrieston ton S C CIs CIs
Is the guest ot relatives ba ii Wubin Waahtngtun Waahtngtunfor t n nfOr
fOr sevral weeK
Claw Ray Entertains EBtertainsClary EntertainsCiery
Clary R Ray y who bo will be OM of tJe tJeushers teushers
ushers at the wedding at f X Miss wtnlrlj wtnlrljMPtU WlnIftVpiMtttlnJly
MPtU MtttlnJly l and MaJor Dll IMrld d D Prr PrrU POrVU
U S M Wednesday June 1 21 I entp entpt8J1Ed antVtaied
t8J1Ed at dinner I lam e7ei 7et 1r at pe peAha t e eAiiti
Aha Club In honor ot the DrtJ btldeele btldeeleMs fle
Ms 5 C P Townsend warn bOlltU5 at atsupper atsupper
supper on her lawn awn hi Euclid street arj arjChAmplain a I IChamplain
ChAmplain avenue lat ev evring ritg for le leyo e V Vyomg
yo yomg ng women who w were re he iasIetai3 iasIetai3on ul l tan3 tan3en
en the tag dAy work workMIL workMrs
MIL TOWJt Townsend eDd let W uho1Ktd1 la later laterIn t er erIn
In the evening for Nos see Ik where Fhe Fhewilt eheVwlli
wilt join her hWJb husbud ud at Il weekend weekendhotme e knd kndhou
hou hotme e party near Xew York city cityTile cityThemarriaeofMissAanIeMA
Tile ThemarriaeofMissAanIeMA ThemarriaeofMissAanIeMACarter rrarrJ of X Aanie H A ACarter
Carter ADd Petor r E Curley of Sew SewYork NewYork
York city took place this morning morningthe 11 11the
the Epiphany Church the Rev A r rPeter FPeter
Peter orftelaU officIating K The ceremony WS WSattended wsattended
attended by a small 11 party of relahF relativaand 8 8and
and trifOnc friends and Immediately atterwar1 atterwar1Mr
Mr and loin Curle Curley left for a bridal bridaltrip bridaZtrip
trip
Rl RUiz Z RESIGNATION RESIGNATIONPUZZLES V VA
A PUZZLES PUZZLESLEGATION PUZZLESLEGATIONCuban LEGATION LEGATIONI LEGATIONCuban I
Cuban Diplomats Have HaveHeard HaveHeard
Heard Nothing From FromAttache FromAttache
Attache About Suit SuitdftlclaJs SuitV SuitCifillals
V dftlclaJs V at the Cuba legation Are Arevattlng are4ItIng
vattlng for information confirming the ther thereport
r report that t Honor Don AJIton6o Rulz y yOliveroe
OllvaIes ttend re reetgflhtg i < < l ag as Uache to V
bring suit for divorce a aIit hi his wife wipformerly wifeformerly
formerly MI Miss Mary Ape OBrien and andagainst
against Alfred G Vanderbilt for alien aHenatlng alienating
atlng b hOt a < ffectiuu ffectiuuFor < ect ectFor
For come time the attacbe has been III IIINew iaNew
New Yrk wk and during that Interv intervsl the thelocal thelocal
local kgaUon has heard nothing con concerning
cerning rning his private affairs arcafrsThe V
The suit against Ute A American riean m1 m1Is mt mtlionalre
lionalre Is for eOOO At the time Rutz Rutzpetitioned Rutzpetitioned
petitioned for a divorce from his we weno wfeno
no coreepondeftt was pained the ony onyether onyether
ether party In the case being an anknown un unknown
known man manThe manS
S The sultor damages follows the 11 11mored r rmored
mored settlement by her hu husband band of t tSI000000
SI000000 en Mrs V4L Vosderbilt 8lWIt followig followigtheir oUowr i1 i1their
their separation separat1OllDon separationDon
Don Rulz was malTled to KI Miss OBrion OBrionIn
In lisa They left this eotIfttr country for Ha Haana Havans
vans ana shortly after their marriage and andsubsequently arIsubsequently
subsequently t1vel traveled 4U x11enaiveiy Dh h The Thebride TriobrIde
bride had been Oft the stage prelous pre bus to toher toher
her marriage under Ute Dame o of HEI HEIHilton Het HetHIlton >
Hilton but It Is generally generallybehleved believed tta ttashe tiiashe
she concealed this from her husband husbandThat
That Rulz should l issue eue a statemeit statemeitin tatemp t tIn
In New York annou announcing clng his perspe perspelive
tIe resignation without thout Informag 113 113oJ Iisolflce
oJ olflce ce Of M f intentions Sa regarded by bythe bythe
the legation aJiI re remarkable kable and the of officials officials
ficials there are ln lned to disbelieve disbelievethe
the report reportTOO reportTOO
TOO MUCH POSTAGE POSTAGEThere POSTAGEThere
There Is a clerk ift the employ of ofNew a aNew
New York business man man who while hlle a afall afair
fall worker is yet et an Individual of pro pronounced proflounced
nounced flounced eccentricity eceentMCityOne
One day II wire basket fell MI ort the thetop thetop
top or the th clerks desk and scratched IICratchedhis
his c cheek k Not ot having AnY court courtplaster courtplaster
plaster athand at hand he slapped on three three2cent three2cent
2cent postage stamp and contlnue contlnuehis continueJhis
his work workA
A few minate later he had occasion occasionto
to tak some papers to bt his empl employer ers ersprivate a aprivate
private office Vben he entered t te teold e eold
old man observing the postage postagestamps postagestamps
stamps on his cheek fixed him with n nastonishedatare 1 1astonished
astonished astonishedatare stare Look here DanltIs DanltIshe
he exclaimed yu ar are earrylng t tmuch tmuch
much postage for second eia class matter matterExcbange matterExchange
Exchange
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