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R2v:!r.ticns of" v;-yzUA
Ciuul.wory ; ou.u.iuj 1 (As It is now generally beliercd that
AmdZG 0 f C ! l! -" - naval en5sement3 ia tile future will
7 -0 ' V ' : " x l 1G at thorter ranges than formcrly'as
' Oir.crais ?"or the Nevy :!DcparthicM'; suracd In target practice .the infnifcaura
; rc c::u:rea at the extend of graft and rnge ;of-' the forthcoming practice
I ; culatio'n Eaid. to have . been rrpe- probably swill bovput at S000. yards' in
trrtcd by certain cprumiirary'stc ..ards stead of 12,000 yards as has; been jtte
attached to various vessels of tLj M'-fystoWJ-u.U-
I :ntic fleet. - ;.'' f::'-:rV -.V ' : L v '7 ; V-"1""-";'- ' -''"v'v':- -i
Word has been received at t' ? do-j Jlaj. Matthew,, F.' Steele of the 2 J
tartnent of the arrest of G. T.'J. ivii United States Cavalry, was placcj on
chief conmissary "ttewart of the 11. S. the retired iiit of the itrmy cA .feu
S. Louisiana, for Infusing in irrr ulir own application lie - was . lorn In
rrdcticcs In the-.handling -'cf 1 : jvIj- Alabama and vas graduated from the
ions and supplies' for the ship's com- United States' LUUtary Academy -in
rny and further reported that Davis. LSS3. -Since - then r" be has ' srvcJ
has made a' etattmcnt ccl:no.vIr J"inga?alnst-.thp Indians', oa the westerr
! !'j cvn "iltrt:! ir.;: Ilccti" t five t ther frontier, In the Cuhzn -can:r alga .end
.. .ry rtovard3 attached to ves- in the Philirin: insurrectioa. He
: ''3 cf T o fbct.'"- jwas aid to Ueu. JoscihJ Wheeler in
The identity of the others said to . ithe .Cuban campaign and took puvt ir
! 3.'I::r!';:.tcd will not be dbclcscd at the :battle .of Santiago. ; 'He' " reached
th? c!cr-rtracr.t pending the result of .the grade of jnajor in September, ICOt
5 iavciti.-r.tica now ia progress. : ' jit 1- understood that Maj. Steele wll'
t-t:;j cf, Ct:wsrd. -.' ' (make his home at Fargo, N. t.;
The ccmml: cary steward of a ship ,looh after the estate left by his fatlt
h3 direct charre, under the paymas- cr-in-Jaw. . . t . . .; . :
tcr.'cf- the purchasing-and preparing ' 7. ';: X"tt:7'''' ';'"-'K'7,7 7
cf tl: 0 men's riens. lie plans thvl Cockroaches and bedbuss are'th
" : -.--! ? tu; . the provisions and latest insects to bp branded carriers q
: . ' :ivv hisg and serving of ' typhoid fever germs. After consider;
:' 2 r -1. rlLi tl. are paid out of-the, able- laboratory Investigation ani .;
c:. '.- rr:ti:a ir.:.?y by the paymas-jthorcr.gh study, of -.'the;' subject "Sur
? r e.i t. steward's vouchers. Jgecn R. D. Ittesrs, U; S. N.. makes thl?
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"vWhat has been recorded a3 cr.3 cl
the worst Etcrr.3 ' tv :.t ' !.:. s ' c v r c e
c;:rred in thq Far Lh"t tho ;
phocn which 'swept a!:: t th - c t
cf the province cf Ccl :, 1 ' e I
land3, during October 11 ' I", r I
which devaetat-a a I,: t : :
tzV.s cf which have reach; 1 II. " :.
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F.a!a t :nan to fill C:'.:' r 11 c !
the next mcrnir tr.o cr t'. r ? .va
cats were rep arte 1. All that ?.y i:a
weather. -was s ;ua::y a:. 1.1 t
joca became e'xcee !;r'7 v ;
with strong , wir. '.3 a a .1 rr'.i
In the early aftr raea a
rcceiveJ at the city cf C. :,
that the tyrhaan wc :'l era
fra Cchu aal haraly :.-l.f.
IS A MEAL MADE AND PRODUCED IN MAN-7
CHURIA. IT IS THE BEST FOOD FOR POUD :
TRY AND. STOCKS JT:
ERYTHING ELSE HAS FVLELX IR BOOKM
LET ON SYSTEMATIC .FEEDING tANUTHE
VALUE OF 507-B1V iiL, SEE
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It i3 charged' that several, of
t! ? cc- ieeary stewards of the-At-I
antic fleet have been getting a "rake
eff" from contractors,; sometimes ia
the fern of direct bribes, sometimes
la mere covert ways, in return for
which fraudulent vouchers have been
raaeel by them cr.3 unwittingly pay
.a: Icrs 1 :ve I all fer stores raver de
livered, cr cf a quality, much inferior
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Tcr some time the Iouislana hal
teen notorious throughout the'; fleet
for the Inferior quality .of food provid
ed. Conditions became so bad that'th3
men held indignation meetings In the
forecastle and scarcely a day "went by
with -at car?r!aints cf the food reacu-
- the ca;.tida't cars but there was
i.3 cvidcacj of tctual dishonesty. "
Trap Lt d for. Davis. ' -ay
Come of the petty oaTIcers uspectcd
thet Davis wasaselling' the govern
lacat stcre3 out of the storeracra and
patting the proceeds in hi3 own pock
et. 0 a trap was laid for hirrT y
Several of the younger nien of the
crew were given money and instruct
ed to try to buy coffee, cocoa, sugar,
etc., from the steward in the. store
rooms. It Is understood that this plan
was successful. . Capt. Welles of the
Louisiana placed the accused man un
der ' arrest "7 and preferred charges
against' him with the! commander-in-chief.
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A general investigation followed and
Jit was found that on several ships an
impoTianv Eiiiegua.ru aainsi ian
had 'fallen into 'disuse.5 The regula
tions'. prtvlde that whenever commis
sary stores are received on' board the
oClcer of the deck shall cause a me
! morandum rof the "kind and 'amount
received to be entered in 'full in the
ship's log.1 Through carelessness' this
had often been;neglected.h' -'-
I Problem Before Officers. ' t"t 7 77
J The problem facing 'the officers of
the fleet: is that of securing evidence
against the i bribe- givers rather than
solely against the bribe takers. They
do not' fee!" at liberty to divulge; at
this time the-; nature - and i extent 'of
the evidence already: Ic their possess
ion, but they hope that when the men
involved , : reall2e the gravity ot : the
; charges they will confess in. the' hope
; of clemency :and Tt'impllcate bthera
against aw horn 4he governmeht's case
is; incomplete- a7?7T:"C 2'?-"U'-Tf
An "air a of realism- will be ?gi?ento
capes' of ' the Chesapeake' next .month
-1 y tHe use bf old torpedo boat s as tir-
gets-'in liight atVtorpedo-defense 'J-'prac
tlrt'! V ' a t,a .-a . '...'k'va-
. :k The old jtbrpedb' boats CushingM c-"
Kee and a Encson,.-whlcft bave -beeh
; condemned! as useless, are being;pre-1
pared fof: the fleet .. as i targets, 1 and 1
f6Iotting. prpactiee j alterations' being
maae to-mase mem appear similar to
modern destroyers They will '; he filled
statement.; -VT:; a 7.-a"J: .:"v' ' 7
Experiments on the cruiser Newarl
some time " ago made ' Dr. Riggs sus
va got tv.rca"!i v 'a e
l:.a was iat rrapt: h
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;hcre until T.r-a cf the r-rt
ca ia t . a.
' :.l e - t ca;'
Ccta' r n r : 1!. at:
la the gale. VWith'ths p:u..-::-g cf th.c
city Into 'darkness .-the 'Ctcrm Kia
seenecd to ccme .jnti hii o,vn, ' t' a
riclous 'of bugs " in general :a and d rain increased in vclaaao tr.i ' tl
these two classes in particular r lie
tells of an outbreak of typhoid at 1
naval pott cn an ; isolated :,islan3
where -be wr,3 Incl'-rge;of the '-wate;
and food supply. i.- '. " ".' '. :
Careful study-was made to discover
the cause of ihe spread of the disease
and after all other insects and vermin
Lad been acquitted , as possible dis
seminators of: the disease therespoa1
sililjry was ; placed on cockroaches
and bedbugs. a " ; - " : r :h
The old wooden frigate 'Wabash ot
civil war ; fame, ! for the past, forty
years a receiving ship' at ' the Boston
navy yara, is a to be told, a Built id
rhiladelphia in 1834, of 4G00 ;tons di3
placement,' she was until is:3 flagship
(t tho United 'States, Atlantic and
Mediterranean- squadrons.' a Ax .' '
a During the civil ,war she captured
several Confederate a privateers, arid
after three days' bombardment fofcecf
the surrender of Fort Hsher, N. C ''.;
Removal of the marine rifle range
at TWinthrop is being considered by
the Navy Department and the Marine
corps. The range : Is a a part of the
proving ground .at Indiana Head and
there is" interference between its use
and the use of the, proving grounds
at the same time, -a ' - a"- -'- .a?'
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may be oycrcome ;
by a; vzm' bath
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wind grew f.crccr at every raaaacr...
TcrriHc crashes 'annorr.cal tha a-a ' -
iat of houres ana tr.3 tcaria c: c:(
rocf3 by the f.erca wla.1.
1 'Whea'day Cnally broko it vaa evi
dent that the ; city Lai saWrc! : -verely.
'The wind wr3 i;.l
aa3.it was only by a "stru: -way
could be maia alor. tha :hr.
The Etrect3 wera strewn with r "
trcaca f0iaa, cacrs, wm
Cf Toang, ad Ir.ahe3.cfth". ': a. '.
ty: c!ht- o'clock the I ItiCal .1 h t c
deal LsLag; carriad thraa a t"
streets could bo seen, -and La '
cf pearly clad mca aad vcaa;a, v
zzl shivering, carrying what f.-.v I
lar.aing3 they, had saved; were raa'
lag- their way 'against 'the storai 1
search of .a .place of temporary th:h
ter.'- : ". ; a .'.' '?' a"a :5 a'. a:,1
4The provincial building, custom :
house, theater, etc, were crowd : 1
with th9 homeles3, while the church
es were also full. ' Trees, denuded c:
their branches, fallen telegraph poL
in every "direction, the streets blcch
ed with masses of tangled wire,. pil a. 5
of wreckage thrown up'by the wind
and water' held their quota of. dead
animals, dogs',; goats, chickens ; and
cats being frowned or' 'killed by the
hundreds."'- ;-- a a
a In the city of Cebu the money dam
age swent up into' the thousand3i and
the dead numbered over five hundred.
Along the waterfront ships were dam
aged . and some - thrown upon the
beach; The lighthouses all went out
of commission, the damage to a the
lights and buoys' being very r great
The' steamer rSan Rafael went down
during the storm at Maasin and ten
people of the 7 twenty-seven .on board
were - drowned. aThe ; Victoria, a the
Taunch . Malitbog,v ? and " the Louisa,
were 'all '; beached araWIoatt. OUier
steamers vfentr down, several with, loss
of life, an, in' each case : the .steam
ers verehcarrylng-Talaable cargoes.
; The! Scduts and;.ponstabulary vaof
Ceba did -gallant! work both' during
and 'after the storm.' ' On the night of
the storm Captalftmutchtpson cayea
the Scouts td assemble and make an
effort '.to go. 7: to , tne: rescue . of some
Americans and -Filipinos near, by the
barrack8, bqt the;windaand water for
bid the 'attempt-being madc Assist-;
ing the suffering, collectlng-tbetlead,
guardinR. .stores, 'aaiding a the - provin
cial and ; municfpalvautlioTlties inf-.;ey-
ery "way,; the Scouts and Constabulary
worked awitft' cheerfulness .and f readi
bess 'and earned - for themselves 5 warm
praise," for 1 tbey-,did4even m.orc than
duty f called : for.7$ -T? 7 "
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to c"2 A c:id n cj e r ay? j
. 7 Take : Laxative ;.Brcmo Quini3
aN-ar:m withfeorkv to keeplthenr afloat rafter XWll-'v. ? wu r,, j
fCTNCl "v'"- .' ' 77 '"' lbeing-truck.V-.'aia;v.a,;. a-.ilIrilWia- the money; if --ttirfaila tocue. ; ::aaaa,
' ,:'.7; .The program includes the firing of U aV-a7;-5 Tt 7 B.--W. Grove'ssignature.risca 7aa
' avtt;.K: torpenlci againstother vessels of the, aaa7.XCcFS;"7V'v;-: lcach box7,V.'C7-':77'V-vaf
va-- fleet asatargets and' spotting practice - - "' -y y.r.,vAjl;vPIPWIpnt,.fffii a a I "
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V. Wedding, 'Birthday Christmasr Honey; Fruit and
t - .a Pepper-nut,- Marzipan; Macarcon." v tee "cream; $2.50 "5 flaiTarvJ ''"
'3 ! sherbet ZCO gallon.-, - Delivered gaod and promptly, - a a a 'V ;
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