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THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1912,
Vacations for Diplomats
! Senor Don P. Ezequiel Rojas, min
ister from Venezuela, has taken the
members of his staff to South Hamp
ton. Long islands where they will pass
the summer for the second time.
The minister of Switzerland and
LIKE COV. WILSON
Washington, July 24 With the . although to date the Turco-Italian war
roining of the late hot spell the annual has made it impossible for the ambas-
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exouu 01 me diplomatic corps irora j uaor 10 ieve n uuiusiuu iui "j t j
WashinRton during "ie summer . length of time. He has made sev. ; Mme. Ritter are spending the sum-,
months has taken practically every I eral brief trips to Atlantic City, Lon; j frer in Switzerland, the legation re-
iorfign representative from the na- Island and points in New York during j maining here under the charge of!
Henri Martin, charce d'affaires. !
The charge d'affaires of the Creek j
legation, L. L. Caftanoglu, together
with his staff. Is spending anottcr'
tlonal capital to the cooler north i the hotter dajs, accompanied ty var
ehorea of the New England states and lous members of his staff,
the balmy breezes of the mountains. I The Sarquis and Marchioness Cu
Tli departures, which tegan wltn j carli Confaloneri are sciendinz the
iln' e.o(ius of the dean of the diplo- tUmntr in Italy, the embassy remain- dimmer at Ear Harbor, where the
matic corps, naron Henjrelmuller, ain-j j0g here under the care of Guiseppe 1 summer home of the legation has been
bansador from Austria Hungary, have j Catalan!, counselor and charge d ar- i established for some time. j
leit but a few diplomats in Washing-1 faires of the embassy during the an
ion, and even thefe are planning tojsence of the ambassador,
depart as soon as tte affairs of state j Ambassador D. da Gama and the
pe rmit. j mf-mbers of the Brazilian embassy are
Th annual social gayeties of the among the few diplomats who remain
several elect summer colonies will be jn Washington at the present time,
added to by the presence and partlci-! The embassy may remain here
patios of many diplomats. Of the throughout the summer and if re-
more favored. Bar HaTor and New
port have drawn the largest number
of foreign representatives to their
The minister from China and Mme.
Chang and the large staff of the Chi
nese legation, are spending the sum
mer at Lenox, Mass, where the sura
mer home of the legation was estab
lished last year.
The minister from Spain and Mme.
Rlano, who was formerly Miss Alice
Ward, the famous American beauty,
moved to a summer home will in all
probability, be established somewhere have returned to Spain for the sum
on the north shore. mer. the legation remaining In Wash-
fold, the north shore having for years; The Mexican embassy is also In iDgton, with Senor Don Manuel Walls
held a special attraction for the mem- Washington at the present time, owing 1 7 Merino, first secretary, charge d'af-
bers or thfl diplomatic corps. A few to the disturbed conditions in Mexico, j faires.
of the members of that body have se- The Mexican ambassador together; Senor Dr. Don S. S. Wither S., mln
lortfd summer honv-s in close prox-jwith his stal are planning to depart ; later from Ecuador, together witb;
lmity to the national capital, that they fnr the ronler nor'h rhore as soon as : Mme. Wither S, and the members of
"U' j..ui;- mm i.
Get Into Our
Jhn E. GIIL
Pittsburgh, Pa., July 25. "Three
rr;ay lr onRtantly in touch with what
The ambassador from Auptrla-Hun-gary
and BaronrsB Hi-ngflmuller, to
Kthr with the members of their
affairs of state will permit.
The Russian embassy has followed
the example set by the Austria Hun
gary embassy, and Ambassador and
Mme. Bakhmeteff are entering into the
staff, dppart-d rarly last month forigayeties of Bar Harbor society, where r bor is that of Norway,
tn: social 2;,w-Mf B of Bar Harbor.
the legation's staff, is passing the ' cheers for Voodrow Wilson, the next
summer In the Catskills, overlooking
Another legation which has estab
lished its eummer home at Bar Har-
The Austro liur.garian embassy has
been ebUbhshed at Ear Harbor for
sevr.r.il Huccesslve summers.
S . oral of the heads of th various
ri.' a.ihies and legations here have
takfti advantage of the dullness of
summer to return to their native
countries, some for visits and some
on official matters. The French am
bassador and Mme. Jusserand left
Washington late in June for France,
they are well known and liked. j Mme. Bryn have been occupying a
The Japanese embassador and Vis-! cottage at that resort, together with
countess Chlnda have gone to spend ! members of the legation staff, for
the summer at Gloucester, with the i some time.
members o' the embassy staff. The
rummer home of the embassy was es
tablished' at that seashore resort last
The offices of the legation of Costa
Rica will remain in Washington dur
ing the summer, although Minister
and Mme. Calvo have established their
The Hotel Henlopen, Rehoboth
Beach, Del., has been selected as the
summer home of the Nicaraguan le
gation. Minister and Mme. Castrillo,
together with members of the legation
staff, having departed for the summer
during the early part of June.
president of the Uinted States," cried
an excited individual today in the lob
by of the Fort Pitt hotel, as a smooth
faced man with glasses and a very
"Wllson-esque" manner, elbowed his
way toward one of the elevators. It
didn't take long for the report to
spread that New Jersey's governor
had slipped quietly Into the hotel and
there was an immediate rush to meet
him and shake his hand.
The crowd, however, was disap
pointed. It Is true, the man, whom
tbey had nearly mobbed m their
eagerness to greet, looked like Wilson
and he had the Wilson mannerisms.
The members of the staff of the Ar-. hut lt .as not the Dresi,jentiai candt-
gentine legation nave jomea mo jat
viiere tuey win remain until ran. ine.rurniiv at The Hall, Glen Cove, Long genune legation nave jomea ma date, jt va9 jQhn E. Gill of Pitts-
rmintsHnr, M. de la Korea, is charge island, where the family has spent the : French embapsy in establishing tneir h h president of the Manufartnp-
d'affaires during the absence of the j last three summers. Minister Calvo summer home at Buena Vista. Pa-, i ers' Light & Heat company, who looks
ambassador. Directly following the j will divide his time between Glen where they willlater be Joined by the ; ag mucn Mte Governor Wilson as two
fl-parture or Ambassador and Mme. Cove and Washington until the re
Jusserand the charge d'affaires remov- turn of his family in the fall.
ed the embassy offices and staff to Th charge d'affaires of the Siamese
members or me stan or ine legation peas look alnte Being taken for the
of Colombia. I pnvpmnr has become an old storv with
The minister from Cniguay and j Mr Gin and he is never Burprige1 in
Buena Vista. Pa., where they will re- legation. Luang Sanpakifch, together Mme. de Pena. together with members j the least when Bome enthusiast steps
train during the summer. with the members of his staff, are eB-1 of the former's staff, are spending the ! up to hlm and congratulates him upon
Ambassador and Mrs. Bryce are ! tablished for the summer at Glouces-j summer at the cottage they occupied j having received the nomination for
r'.ko numbered among those who have iter, Mass., where they spent the past last summer, in Magnolia. Mass. Mag- j the highest office in the land. He says
taken advantage of th summer ' summer. nolla Is also the summer home of the jt js neariy a8 good as really being a
months for a visit to their home. They j Viscount de Alte. the minister of the j legation of Chile, Minister and Mme. '; ca nl Idate. and that he enjoys it very
Mf arly In June for England, ar.d newly established republic of Portu-1 Suarez having established their home mucn
Alfred Mitchell Inns, charge d'ar-, p8l. is spending the summer months j there early In June. j
faires of the British embassy, has re-1 in Portugal, where he will remain un- Bar Harbor, last summer's address ;
rnmed his staff to Kineo. Me., on i til late autumn. It is rumored that he i of the Belgian legation, nas been again early In June to occupy their cottage
Moosehead lake, where the nummnl may not return and that his successor ! selected as the summer home of the there.
home of the embassy has been estab-1 will bo named from among the more ; minister from Belgium and Mm,
The Bread of Quality and
the Bread of Quantity
This bread, like our Butter-Nut, is being imitated
everywhere. If you want the quality and full weight
bread get the loaf with the TIP TOP label in Red,
White and Blue. They dare not use this label as
the law protects us.
Watch for the opening of our new snow
white, sunlit, fresh air ventilated bakery
at Twenty-first street and Fifth avenue.
RANGE BAKING CO.
We do not sell at retail
Get it from your dealer
lihhed. Ambassador and Mrs. Bryce ; ardent supporters of the republic. ' Havenith, where they
are not expected to return until late ' Viscount de Alte was the representa-i themselves early last month.
Once more the summer home of the
established ; Persian legation will bo established
in the full
The German Ambassador and Count
' in Gloucester, for which point the i
look over the beads of Astor and the
Goelets to De Witt Clinton, the man
who la 1S25 pushed to completion the
Up te that time New York was not
j Inevitably narked out for the Amer
ican metropolis. In 1800 Philadelphia
tive of Portugal in the days of the The Haitian minister and bis staff charge de'affalres end Mme. All Kuli
monarchy, and while he maintained a ' are spending the summer at Atlantic Khan departed early in July.
res von Bernstoff. the former of whom j strictly neutral stand, it is said that City, where they will remain until late j
attended the republican national con-; hir sympathies have been with the , in the fall. . nDC,, .,riTLi
ventiou in Chicago, left Immediately j deposed and exiled Manuel. Senor Dr. Don Fausto Davila, min- THE OPEN MOUTH.
f How imt the nomination of President i The Bolivian Minister and Senorahster from Honduras, is in his own;
Taft for Newport. 1?. I. where the p, Monica de Calderon. together with j country, where he will remain until1 Causes Tht Induce It When Wo Ars
summer home of the err.haspy has I f-'f norlta Klena Calderon. have re-i the end of the summer. j Intently Listening,
been estaMlMied In the Lyman cot- j mained in Washington up to the pres- Atlantic City has also been selected; Why do we opeo our mouths when
tnr" for a number of years. Countess ent time, but are expecting to go tolas the summer home of the legation intently listening?
rni Il'TPstorn, w ho is well known snfj I Jameptown. It. I.. In the near future. I of Guatemala. Minister Mendez and
l.ke.l nt the fashionable resort, enier-j Senor Don Federico Mejia, the rr.ln-ihis staff having moved into their -,H-tamo
extensively during the summer j ister from Salvador, has departed to ' tape there last week.
Another embassy that will
probability be established somewhere
mi the north shore Is that of Turkey
There are three causes, entirely In
dependent of one another, but acting
la uuisou. for this action. There is a
passageway called the eustachian tube,
connecting the back of the throat and
GO YEARS Of
spend the summer with his family in I I'.Iuemont. Va., has been selected as
In all I Falva'lor, having left the leeation In j the summer home of the minister from
the charge of the ininifter from Costa1 Tanama, owing to the desire of the
Ilira. ! nilnlster to remain in close proxim- ,he middle car, the part behind the
The minister of the Netbertnnds ! ity to Washington. Senor and Senora j drum. When Intently listening we
and Mine. Iudon are in Holland ; Arias, together with the members of j hold our breath, and this permits
where they will pass the summer. F. the legation staff, departed for their j sound wtves to enter the mouth and
M. Pchmelck. first secretary and summer home early In June. ! reach the eustachian tube, and In this
chnrre d'affaires during the absence; The Dominican legation has taken; way they reach the drum and re-en-of
the minister, together with the le-up its summer home at Atlantic City, force the sound waves that come
gation staff, have established the sum-; Minister Peynado and his staff having, through the natural channel, the outer
mer home of the legation at Tiar liar j taken a cottage there early in June, j ear.
bor. j Minister and Mme. Pezet left Wash-, In concentrated attention the mind Is
Minister MoltV of Denmark, to-1 Inpton late in June vo make the sum-; fully engrossed In the one subject, and
gether with Countess Moltke, are l mer home of the Peruvian legation at' It loses control over voluntary muscles
spending the early summer at the Jamestown, R. I., where they will re- j that are not directly affected by the
home of Mrs. Thayer, the mother of, main until late fall. j subject or the process Involved in the
Countess Mnltke. In Iincpster, Mass., Another legation which has selected' motor activity that accompanies men
from whence they will go al rcad. in ; Par Harbor as its summer home Is tal activity. The muscles are relaxed,
the early autumn, returning to WasTi-lthat of Sweden. Minister and Mme. 1 the lower law droos. and this ooeus
, Inpton in the late fall. j Kkengren having left Washington ; the mouth.
The third cause is referable to ata
vism, or the tendency to return In form
or action to an early type. Early man,
like the animals, was urged to action
by the fundamental instincts, self
preservatlou and race preservation.
His two alms were to secure food and
avoid or destroy enemies. Like the
animals, when his attention was at
tracted by a sound be placed himself
In the attitude for instant defense, at
tack or securing food. In this attitude
his month was open to grasp Instantly
what came in his way. The tendency
to open the mouth when Intently lts
t?ning still remains. New York American.
was actually a larger city, and Bald
more, with its splendid harbor and its
inland liver communication, confident
ly expected to grasp the nation's com
But the Erie canal changed the situ
ation in a twinkling. It placed the city
in communication with inland New
Yorkan agricultural empire in itself,
whose wealth had previously flowed
by way of the Susquehanna river to
Baltimore and New York became the
seaport for the agricultural states bor
dering on tbe great lakes.
Until tbe Erie canal was opened it
bad cost $S8 a ton to transport wheat
from Buffalo to Albany. With this
new waterway the cost fell to some
thing more than $5. A string of cities,
several of which became large ones,
sprang up along its course, all tribu
tary to New York. Burton J. Hecdrlck
iu McC lure's Magazine.
almost invariably benlgnrr.t and peace
ful. What, indeed, is there In all the
cosmos so composed and content as
the face of the dead? Medical Record.
10 Days Only
COMMENCING 9 A. M.
le t Uo Bo 11!
At a place called Angbin. about for
ty miles south of Bangkok, a China
man and bis wife cultivated a small
sugar cane plantation. The man had
been greatly annoyed by having bis
cane eaten by bis neighbors' buffalo
calves. Coming bome one evening Just
at dark, he saw what be thought was
one of tbe marauders at work on the
cane. Stealing silently up behind it,
he struck It a mighty blow with a
heavy club. Tbe animal dropped with
out a sound. The Chinaman told his
wife what he bad done and added.
"That calf will steal no more of my
cane." In the morning be found that
the "calf was a full grown tiger. He
had killed It by breaking Its neck, just
as the woman of Nam bad done. And
John was so much impressed with his
I own narrow escape that be took to his
bed and was sick for a week. Youth's
THE RISE OFJJEW YORK.
It Dates From the Time That the Erie
Canal Wst Opened.
If we seek the original creator of
lajided wealth iu New York we must
MONDAY, JULY 29
121-123 West Third Street.
The most interesting display of Array Goods ever seen
Blankets, Ornaments, Etc.
New, but sold by the government because of change in
ftyle and designs. Thousands of articles for practical
use, and thousands ot articles for decorative purposes.
BIG VALUES AT STARTLING LOW PRICES
W. S. KIRK, Mgr.
Catalogue With Prices to
All at Entrance
r. Ft -.-
'NO-IdOUY LOVES A BALD MAN"
Every day we tee YOUNG men and
women, who have grown prematurely grey.
They immediately fall into the "Old
Ate" clan, becaute grey hair are to
closely auociated WITH OLD AGE.
It it extremely discomforting and humil
iating to be bald to be grey when the
yeart do not justify it. The girls laugh at
tbe young men to marred the young man
soon learnt to discriminate between natu
ral hair in itt full bloom of health and
NATURAL COLOR, and shabby look
ing grey and faded hair.
Give nature a chance. I! the it encour
aged, stimulated, assisted, the will give
A Glass Neddie Stiletto.
As diabolical a specimen of murder'
ous ingenuity aa ever waa discovered
by the police waa found one day in tbe
possession of a Chinaman who bad
been working in a laundry In New Or
leans and who was believed to have
intended using lt upon bis employer,
It was a tiny atlletto, wltb a handle
about as thick as a carpenter's pencil
and a blade four inches long of glass,
pointed as keenly as a needle. A tiny
groove bad.beeo filed around tbe blade
close to the hilt. 8uppos it was driv
en into a man's body. It would be cer
tain to break off at tbe groove and
leave three inches of (lass deep in bis
flesh. What is more, tbe puncture
would be so tiny tbst it would prob
ably close at once and show no mark,
sot even a single drop of blood.
Smith (at the club i Yes, by Jove,
there's very little you can teach me.
I've been everywhere, done everything,
aeen everything! The Scotch Member
Young man, did you ever have the
D. T.'s? Smith D. T.'s! Great Scott,
no! The Scotch Mem her inen you ve
seen nowt. Loudon Sketch.
Atlanta, Ga. The Atoxander-TIp-pings
bill, making more drastic the
Georgia liquor laws, was passed by
the state senate by a vote of 35 to 8.
It passed the house several weeka
Doctor (qftor examination) Madame,
you have a constitution of iron. Obese
Patient I have often wondered what
made me so heavy. Judge.
Pin has many tools, but a He Is the
bundle that fits thorn all. Holmes.
Why Shoes Have Tongues.
Every one that wears lace shoes
knows that there is a tongue of leather
uiider the place where the two sides of
tbe shoe meet, but there Is none in but
ton shoes. Probably very few irsous
know that this is a comparatively mod
ern Idea and is not for tbe purpose of
keeping the laces from hurting the In
step, but is to keep out rain and snow.
There would be no discomfort if tbe
laces touched tbe sock, but no matter
bow closely a shoe may be laced up
there Is always a slight space which
y.&ki you a head of hair that you will be proud oL -"
Give it to her. Use New York Putt.
1 ' HAY S HAIR HEALTH i
jl X : f 1 ' N,tup
vyStWfXXAUfiilVA. As to the borror of desth-thls the
t---V-?S?V- 'i-" .iJin 1 5aEii? 'Xut l."c. J uVT.f spectators may have. But it is the
&'!5sai r-"' ids.'".iJ ee!pc ot prk ana dewier t nrnie. Seod i. tr rarest phenomenon for him who is
wisSSmcTl V - i N i trial bottle Fnio H Go Newark. N. i .
t "-JaW5 --feajiX f - -,w Dosue. rn-o aa- rcw. . ahout tn Jl, to n(T(.r, death. 1m-
hiiiy --''M,Wv 'r"'l i T. H
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