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Corcoran Corcoranto Thom iiom Says Work WorkIs Workis ork orkIs
Is Well in in Hand HandWILL HandWILL HandWILL
Great Task of Preparing for Instal Installation IndnlIation Inatallation ¬
lation of President Becomes Comparafh Com Comparatively ComlUtraiiTelT ¬
paratively parafh elp Easy Ea With Accumulated AccumulatedExperience AccumulatedExPeclenceD15trI AccumulatedExperienceDistract
Experience ExPeclenceD15trI District t Employe Emploi s WillView Will WinVIew WillView
View Pageant from Window WindowsSecretary WindowSecretary YindowsSecretsry
Secretary Corcoran Core < < aa Thom of the m msugund inaugural
augural committee committ said last night that thatat thatat thatat
at no point along Io g the whole Ha line of prepa preparations preparations preparations ¬
rations was anything pressing to be done doneThe doneThe doneThe
The work has been so welt organized and andundertaken aDdundertake andundertakea
undertaken with seen such system that t t arrangements ar arrangements srraDgeUleAts ¬
rangements for fO the great pageant have havegone ftaegpne 1avegene
gone thus far without a hitch and Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary Thorn Tbo t said last Bight that t t the committee com committee i imittee
mittee could not now foresee where here therecould there therecould t ere erecould
could be d any possible poss1 ie congestion ia thework the thework UteKOrk
work of preparing for the inauguration inaugaratieaevents inaugurationevents
events eventsMr 1VentsMr eventsMr
Mr Thorn said the task of getting gettl S ready readyfor rea readyfor Y Yfor
for th tile Inaugural ceremonies each e dt fear fearrears fowryears
years was apparently growing easier and andnot andnot
not more difficult dtU suit He said that as eachfour each eachfour e dt
four years comes around rJ the e chairman cbeiraranrhoeen chairmanrhoeen clHdlDlaAl
rhoeen l selects Cts his helpers Mip rs from trel among amongthose amongthose
those who iIO worked at thepr tltepreee the weeedtng eeolBg event eventand eventand 8IIt 8IItand
and the experience of three or four In Iaauguvatlons Inaugurations JRaugurado ¬
augurations s is s generally raHy 1I7 centered 1m the thecommittee tlt tltCommlttee thecommittee
committee I Ja a addlUon d 4Ition Uon to tills some records rec records records ¬
ords are kept and the workers do nothave not nothave DOthave
have to depend alone on the uncertainty uncertaintyof 1IDe rtaInty rtaIntyof
of defective memoryWashington memory memoryWashington JReJBOrYnsblngton
Washington Does It in Three Month MonthMr MonthaMr tIontJuMr
Mr Thornis of the opinion that Wash Washington WuIt WuItington Washington ¬
ington wRiTits wtthttlS accumulated ueu aUted experience experienceIs e eIs
Is able te make the arrangements for forthe rotthe forthe
the inauguration muck easier and at far farless tarYfJiS farless
less expense than a similar pageant p ge Dt could couldbe couWbe coaidbe
be goU gotten n up P in 8IQ other cy Fer ForInstance Ferinstance FerInstanee
instance Mr Thorn saW that if anothercity another anothercity a ther thercity
city that hd had DO o experience experle Ti l this thfesort thisStlrt thissort
sort of thing was called caBe upon to prepare preparefor prepwefor preparefor
for such s sn Ia an event as the inauguration inaugurationit
it would be Necessary for the ea committees committeesto ttees tteesto es est
to t get 1 to work many mouths te advance advaaceand advanceand a WUlCe WUlCeand
and he doubted whether wbet er any a a of tie bigices big bigcities b6 b6ities
cities ices could do so well in six s months monthswhat 1ftOIItIIsbat monthsbat
what bat WasW WaS Walls mgtoa gionfa guJR1u5 s accompiteb a com w wstn withoutCorcoran without withoutstraining
straining stn nlag k a muscle n III leE tl then n three threemonths t threemonths ree reemonths
months monthsMr monthsMr monthsMr
Mr Thorn said test night the work rock of ofpreparing ofprfparlag ofpreparing
preparing the Paasiee P9Sh Office for the ballwill ball ballwill WIviIl
will be started Rut rate tl s week A force ofmen of ofmen ormen
men will be put to work first to empty emptythat emptythat
that 1 hat part of the building WWto to 0 be used usedlor usedfor
for the ban and 4l the fnrnUere f1lrnite fm nitere desks desksand desksand
and files stored in other parts of the thebuilding tbebui1d1Dg thebuilding
building This work will iU consume eoa aIIIe above altovtthr abovftheer abovethree
three thr or four days daysCommittee daysCommittee
Committee Will VI11 11l Then Take HoldWhen Hold HoldWhen
When that is accompNsfeed the coransK coransKte cema dt dttee
te tee < on preparing the ballroom will get getto getto getsion
to work said te t e huge court of 0 the Pen Pension PeIIslon Penstraining ¬
sion building buUdia win w l be e transformed into intoa
a beautiful ball with artisdc accessories accessoriesf acxeseorieefor
for f w the bail b JI a and d concerts This work will willall wt1laJl willall
all be done d De In the last two days s of the thepresent thepreseat thepresent
present week aDd the six working days daysof dqsnext daysof
of next week Experienced EqMrie eed eedv contractors contractorswho contrsctoceRho
who v ho know just wttat vice II is to be done doIt will willhave wiDbae wIUhave
have everytfeteg changed cl Dge and 8h pat ia ialhape line 3nehape lineFhape
hape before lnavgar inavgnratfoa aUon week opensTheodore opens opensTheodore opeMTheodore
Theodore Noyec NO chairman e airJIID of the t e recep reception r reception p pt ¬
tion t ion committee lttee has been eea in correspondence correspon correspondence correspondence ¬
dence with the governors erDOIS of States aad aadother aadotbtr andother
other prominent persons ia the States Statesand Statesand Statesand
and he announced stIACMIDCe yesterday yeter that t at q qvIta qvItaa ite itea
a number nUll ie of the governors win not oim only onlygrace ORbgrace y ybrace
grace the inaugural ball with their pres presence pre prene preaenee ¬
ence ne but with their stalls will appear appearin appetin appearin
in the theJBJa parade e Among those who bare baresignified DaftjgnlAed havesgnllted
signified then intention of doing so are areGov aretiny
Gov John Jo n Franklin Fort of New J dGrav JG 3iir 3iir7J
Grav G 7J < JV George H > Fro Prouty ty of Vermont Vermontrine V8RlHKlrJw1RJi V8RlHKlrJw1RJiDine Fara3somtTine
Dine members of C his staff Gov George GeorgeL
L LJUey of Connecticut Celt ectleut Gov J H HBrady HBrady HBrady
Brady of Idaho I abe Gov Charles Clt Charles xles S Dances Daneenof
r of + f Illinois Gov Augustus E WHfeon W of ofKentucky orKentuck ofKentucky
Kentucky Kentuck Gov Jared Jar 4 T Sanders of ofLouisiana
Louisiana Gov Gov Austin L Crothers Crot es of ofMaryland or3Iaryl8 ofMaryland
3Iaryl8 Maryland d Gov Eben S Draper of Mas Massachusetts Massacbusetts Massachusetts ¬
sachusetts Gov R E F Noel N I of MigsissppI Mfesis MfesisEfppi n5stssppl
Efppi Gov A J Pethier of Rhode Island IslandGov IslandGov IslandGoy
Gov George Ge < < ge Curry tor or Ute Territorial Territorialsecretary Territorial5l1retry Territorialsecretasyl
secretary of New Mexico Gov Charles CharlesE
E Hughes Hug of New York Gov Judson JudsonHarmon JudsonHarmon JudsonHarmon
Harmon of Ohio and Gov Edwin S SStuart SStuart SStuart
Stuart of PennsylvaniaDiatrlct Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaDiRtrlct PennsylvaniaDifltrlct
DiRtrlct Building to Be lined linedThe UJedThe L ° aed aedThe
The District Balking will be open to toholders tDbolders toholders
holders of 0 special passes issued for inau inauguration loa loaguratloft faaaguration ¬
guration day There will be itS passes passesissued passesSIUed possesissued
issued ia a aU distributed dtstrt uted to the depart departments departments departments ¬
ments as follows followsAMutt followsAll followsAsphalt
Asphalt All Ak ud wraeat 5 issessw as uer 62 6 MIIIIMc Ur 31 31Bnvd 31Board t tBard
Board of OMritic ChMi a O iaiportar rf t builiags builiagseu > uOiMis uOiMissupettetorieM 5 2 2su
su supettetorieM artsteadat of the lirtiuug M Htaus eoHectar eoHectartaxes < R Rairs
taxes airs 16 cfeflarca eaariiaM 5 wn mmmeatisa atiM CMC CMCffl mex1
x1 ffl 1 t dnUKMf oak aline i ekdnczl eIe caI 4ef dgnrtnent itBeBC itBeBCof iI iIr 43 43f
r hifor f clerk cl the eItetrieaI tIep depertzae rtme t J Jof mineer mineerf
of f highway 53 fee eeftrtaa depot 9 keaitli impart itapartm imparttnent
m tnent nt m tenraace deiMrtao S superM4 uiLilii hh1t hh1tcr > tnJmt tnJmtrf dmt dmtf
rf f pujcteg S penafc III3it deck deetrietl 4epcitaeU depa tmmt 3 3departed 3u
u 1 pcct eC phaeiiag J L property clerk 2 panes panesderarttsmt IOK IOKderutmellt
departed 18 sewer 4efartae t 31 weights mightsaemras aM aMneuarf5 andmeImTmL
aemras 5 sirees saoCire eflcs 8CI K street frnntTii < frnntTiiStrtet 6 6nteaIIoa 6street
street exteMfeB S im eurzpee yof 2 crater waterI wat watTi dqiuba dqiubaAbout
Ti I watEr re reAbout rsgktraa rsgktraaAbout
About 4M members of the Union Ln m League LeagueClub LeagueClub LeagueClub
Club of Baltimore have made arrange arrangements a am arraaagements ¬
ments m nts to visit Washington on the day dayof dayor dayof
of Inauguration ln u nltioD They will bring their thelrfamilies tlteIrfami1 theirfamilies
families fami1 and friends The members of C the theclub thedub theclub
club will march mare in the procession and andtheir aRdtheir andtheir
their friends fl1en s will be quartered In G A R RHall RHall RHall
Hall fci Pennsylvania avenue The club clubhas clubhas clubhas
has chartered a special train to bri bringthem bring bringth g gthm
th them m from the Monumental City and a acaterer acaterer acaterer
caterer will accompany a P DY the party The Thetrain T Thetrain e etrain
train will leave Baltimore at S oclock oclockand odockznd odoek odoekznd
znd the party will be in Washington ingood in ingood Ingood
good time to see all the features of the theparade theparade theparade
parade The club dill HI be attended by y a aband arend aband
band bandThe rendThe bandfete
The United German rman Societies of Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington will w l have about 39 361 representatives representativesIn
In the parade paradeBETZEDTG parn paradeRETIBIRGBOARD e eRETIRING
Army Officers Attach Signature to toPresident toPrcsldent toPresidents
President Action ActionArmy ActionArmy ActionArmy
Army officers stationed in and near nearWashington nearWashlag10n nearWashington
Washington drew a deep breath of relief reliefyesterday reHeCyesterday reliefyesterday
yesterday when by direction of the Presi President President President ¬
dent an order was issued by Secretary Secretaryof
of War Wright dissolving dlse lvlng the army retir retiring retiring retiring ¬
ing board 1 > o8rd which has spent some time timethinning timethinning timethinning
thinning out the large number of f officers officersstationed oflkersstatloned omcersstationed
stationed in Washington WashingtonThis WashingtonThis WashingtonThis +
This is the retiring board which found fouadCoL fooMCo foundCol
CoL Co Charles C 8rles W Stewart of the Coast CoastArtillery CoastArtillery CoastArtillery
Artillery physically disabled for service serviceThe serviceThe serviceThe
The board of which Brig Gen W P PHall PHall PHall
Hall was president was appointed March
14 and has had an unusually large number num number number ¬
ber of cases before it The fact that thisboard this thisboard thisboard
board was dissolved within less than thanthree thanthree
three weeks of the expiration of the thepresent thepresent
present Presidential PresId 1tJ 1 administration Js ac accepted accepted ¬
cepted by some afthe of f the officers to indicatethat indicate indicatethat
that the threatened threatenedw wholesale olesaJe thinning thinningnut trJnnlngnut thinningnut
nut of the older officers will not take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place placea
Herwig Coca to Annapolis AnnapolliRobert AnnapolisRobert AnnapolisRobert
Robert Hans Herwig of this city has hasbeen haseen hasbeen
been een appointed a cadet ca et to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Military Academy Aea YJY by President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRooseVek PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt as the result It of his passing passingcompetitive passinga
a a competitive examination at New NewRochelleV NewRocbeile NewRochelle
RochelleV Rochelle > N Y Young Yo ng Herwig Is theson the theson
son of the late Commander Herwig U US 1 1S US
S N who gave meritous service on onboard onboard onboard
board tbe Marion in extinguishing a fire firein firetn firein
in the engine room off the coast of ofMexico otMexleo ofMexico
Mexico Ijhe be intense 1nt e heat and overex overexertlon overexertlon overexertion
ertlon caused ca 9d a stroke of paralysis which whichresulted w whichresulted Ic Icresulted
resulted in his death two years later at atCbarkJttesville atCbarlottesvin atCharlottesville
Charlottesville Va VaI
President and Secretary Receive En Engrosicd Engroseel Engrossed
grossed Copy CoP of Resolution ResolutionPresident n ResolutionsPresident olutlon olutlonProsident
President Roosevelt and Secretary Secretary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the wavy Cavy avy Newberry received yesterday yesterdayfrom yoster yostertrom yesterdayfrom
from the State senate of Michigan an anengrossed anengrossed anengrossed
engrossed and bound copy of the resolu resolutions resolutions resolutions ¬
tions adopted by that body on January Januarycongratulating 7 7congratulating 1coogratulatfng
congratulating Mr Newberry upon what whatwas wbatwas whatwas
was declared a a welldeserved d pro proraoUoa pio piomoUon promotion
motion from Assistant Secretary to Secretary Seoj Seojretary Sec Secretary
retary and congratulating the President Presidentupon Presidentupon Presidentupon
upon his wise selection selectionThe selectionThe selectionThe
The copy Is bound by hand In purple purpleleather purpleleather Purpleleather
leather and Is engrossed on parchment In Inroyal inroyal
royal purple and violet iolet in old English Englishand Englishand
I and script with a a drawing of a battle battleship battJe2iblp battleship
ship as the frontispiece frou Spiece with marginal marginaldecorations marginaldecorations
decorations of violets violetsThe violetsThe iolets ioletsThe
The resolutions were signed by b3 Patrick PatrickH
H Kelley as president of the senate senateThese senateThese
These were adopted a opted about the time the theMichigan theMlcblgan theMichigan
Michigan delegation In Congress signed signeda
a petition to Presidentelect Taft strong strongly strongly strongly ¬
ly Indorsing Mr Newberry and urging urgingthat urSingthat urgingthat
that he be retained as Secretary of < jf the theNavy 1heNaly theNavy
Navy This petition was personally J > e onalIY laid laidijeTore laidbeOle laidbeore
ijeTore the Presidentelect at Augusta by byRepresentative b bReprecentaUve byRepresentative
Representative Denby of Michigan MichiganCOL MlchlganCOL MichiganBeport
Report on Panama Canal Will Be BeMade BeMad Be3fade
Made Mad by Middle of Week WeekBelieved WeekBellc WeekBelieved
Bellc Believed ed Lock Type Wilt Be Decided DecidedOn DecidedOn DecidedOn
On aa a Most Practicable and andw nndEn3fest andEasiest
w Easiest Constructed ConstructedLJ Construct ConstructedLkt d dU
Lkt LJ K CoL George W W Goethals Engineer EngineerCorps EngineerCorps gtR or orCorpS
Corps U S A chairman ch lrman and chief en engiaeerof engineeto engineer
giaeerof gineer of the Isthmian I n Canal Commission Commissionreached Commissionreadied Commissionreached
reached Washington yesterday fI5terda accompanied accom accompanied accompaAied ¬
panied by the members of the beard b ard of ofengineers orenglD68IS ofengineers
engineers IVAO who recently rec fttly made an exarojna exarojnatkm examlnatJoa examna examnatioa
tkm of the work upon the canal at the thereauest theof therequest
request of President Roosevelt RooseveltThe RoeseveJtThe RooseveltThe
The engineers are completing their re report repert report
port Ja this t ts city and lMObably probablyiwH will willready be beready beready
ready to submit It to the President Presld t about aboutthe abotttthe aboutthe
the middle of next week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The members of the board bmu probably probaW will willapprove willsJ willapprove
approve sJ POve Ute selection of the leek Qck type of ofcanal oCCaJN ofcanal
canal CaJN unanimously and will 111 recommend a achange achaDge aflange
change ia the location of the breakwater breakwaterat
at the Atlantic end Rd of the canal canalCoL eanaLCol canalCol
CoL Goethals Goet ais will appear before re the theHouse tlteHovse theHouse
House Committee on Appropriations to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow to explain his estimates estlm tes for the thenest UteReXt thetiext
nest fiscal sea1 year Approximately APproximateh APproximatehtCG S35 Mtt iOo
tCG 00 is asked to continue canal work next nextyear nextYfMU nextyear
year yearHe yearHe
He has figured out the exact cost of a alock allock alock
llock lock a aDd a a sealevel 8e sea level canal along a10 g withI withmany with withmsny
many m ay other interesting JateresUn details as to cost costof costor
of 0 the work which w eh be will submit S lRll to the theAppropriations theApproprlatkms theAppropriations
I Appropriations Committee He believes believesthe beHevesthe believesthe
the sealevel canal will not only cost costmore costJItOle costmore
more but t will take six years longer Io gee to tocomplete toeotRplete tocomplete
complete than t the lock canal canalI
I repeat what I said a year ago CoL CoLGoethals CotGoetls ColGoetbais
Goethals said that the canal will be becompleted beooatpIeted becompleted
completed and ud ships will toe pangthrough passing passingthrough p sstAg sstAgthrougJa
through it on January Janu8t 1 19K 1lli1Vork 19KWork I Iork
Work ork upon the canal Is s progressing progressingsatisfactorily jr8gressiRgstL progreshtgsatisfactorily
satisfactorily stL sfactorlb Personally I believe the thelock theJock thelock
lock type of canal is the best Any dan danger daRgel danger ¬
ger of damage to the t e lock gates from the thevessels thevessels thevessels
vessels passing Rg through will be completely completelyobviated completelyc completelyobviated
obviated c Jvtated by an electrical device which whichwill wbic wbicWIll whichwill
will grasp the steamer entering the locks locksboth Jocksb locksboth
both b tI fore anda aM a and will hold It under undercomplete 1HMIerC undercempkte
complete C lDpiete control I so that tJt t it wilt wI only oRiyDIOVe onlymove
jmove move at the speed and in the direction direetteBctesired dInetIDRdesired directiondesired
desired by tee person operating the Ulece UlecetroIHDg can cantrolling controlling
trolling leier leierCoL leelCol lererCol
CoL Goetfcals Ge tllals win also alS appear before beforetb beforethe ere erethe
tb the Senate S < n te Committee on lateroceante lateroceanteCanals interoeeaaleCanuis Jtteroce ale aleCaaalsHe
CaaalsHe Canals He wW return to tile L Ls Isthmusshortly isthmus isthmussaorUy
shortly s oItb after the inauguration inaugurationARMYAND laaug1IrattnI InaagvratienARMYAND
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Sets Example ExampleBI for Washing Washington W Washington ashing ashington
ton to Emulate EmulateVIEWS EmulateVIEWS EmulateVIEWS
He Describe the Manner anner In Which Whichthe hlch hlchthe
the Business Men en of Minnesota MinnesotaCity UnnCCKota AfinaersotaCity UnnCCKotaVlt
City Vlt Seized Favorable Opportunity Opportunityand Opportunltand
and Turned It to AdTantaleTbeT AdTantaleTbeTAre Advantage They TheyAre
Are Now ow Immensely Satisfied SatisfiedJohn SatbttedJ SatisfiedJohn
J John n T Devine one of the original originalpromoters originalpromoters originalpromoters
promoters of the auditorium project is istaking istakiRg istaking
taking great interest In the enterprise enterpriseand enterpriseaDd enterpriseand
and is confident that in a short time timeWashington timeWashington timeWashington
Washington will have a big fine building buildingwhich buildingwhICk buildingwhich
which will do credit to the city and solve solvethe soheUte solvethe
the inaugural ball problem for many manyyears man manyears manyyears
years to come comeMr cometr comeMr
Mr tr Devtae yesterday described at atsotne atSGme atsome
some length what at the business men of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Paul have ai accomplished a ompllshed with a simi similar similar 1 1Jar ¬
lar enterprise enterpriseTo enerpriseTo
To a Washington Herald reporter he hesaW hesaM hesales
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I de not believe lIeve that the citizens of ofWashington otWashington ofWashington
Washington understand just how great greatan gTeatopportURity greatan
an opportunity lies before them in the theproject theprejeet theproject
project to baai build d here a great national nationalauditorium nationalatHIltOtl1Im nationalauditorium
auditorium in a which may be held po political 10JltIca1 poIttfcai ¬
litical conventions cOllvenUo s balls and scientific scientificand scientificalMl scientificand
and artistic congresses congressesMr COOgressesYr congressesMr
Mr Devine is a member of the board of oftrustees ottrustees oftrustees
trustees of 0 the New Auditorium Com Company Compau Cornpoay ¬
pany and Is taking t S a strong interest for forreasons torreasons forreasons
reasons of public spirit in pushing the theproject thepreJect theproject
project projectSt
St Paul Set Seta an Example ExampleWe ExnmpleWe ExampleWe
We ought t te have e this auditorium auditoriumhere auditoriumIt auditoriumhere
here It are Mr Devtne Dev te said and I think we wemight Westat weought
might stat to take to heart Ae rt the experience experienceof ex rlen rlenor
of St Paul aOnH They found out what whatcoeid whatcoeld whatcOrtid
coeid W e dune oee B8 tat that city and did It Itat it ita itla
at a few American immteipaiities have the thecitizens thedUzeas thedozens
citizens themselves raised a more re remarkable reJBa4kble remarkabde ¬
markable monument te e their public spirit spiritthan spirituR spiritthan
than have the people pe4 pie ef e St Paul in inbolMtog In1MdWtag inbuilding
building and presenting to the city for the theperpetual tbeperpetval theperpetual
perpetual benefit benetof DC of the public p Wtc one of the thefinest thebest thefinest
finest auditorium buildings in the world worldseatktg worldseeUctg worldsearing
searing WOO more people than the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Hippodrome Now that it is com completed completed completed ¬
pleted and has proven its exceptional exceptionaladequacy exceptionala4e41Vaq exceptionaladequacy
adequacy for the purposes to which it is isdevoted iseveted isdevoted
devoted it has ha become beO M an object of apeelal spe special spedal ¬
cial satisfaction and pride to all the thethoosaade thet thethoosaada
thoosaade t who mov moved d by the generous generousambition generousattoR generousambition
ambition for a greater gl tct Mid aMi better city citygave clt cltgave citygave
gave so freely toward its erection erectionThe erectionThe erectionThe
The structure was conceived In April Aprilttfe Aprille prIL prIL1R
ttfe 1R On Decanter Def H of the same year yearth yearthe ear earthe
th the first contract was awarded There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was a spontaneous spoR ute0U6 revival of the oldtime oldtimedemand oldUmdeInaaQ oldtimedemand
demand for a town hall of suitable pro proportions proportions proportions ¬
portions and consequence e to fittingly en entertain entert entertal ¬
tertain tert kt t the be people of one of the most mostbeautiful mostbeautlfut mosrbeautiful
beautiful cities of the United States as asis asis asis
is Washington WuAtaga and Its gaestePhil guests guestsPhfl gve gvePb
Phil Pb W Herzog a II mildmannered mildmanneredbusiness MUdmanneredba8lDess aidedmanneredbushtess
business man was as placed at the head of ofthe ofu ofthe
the u commiute ttttee of eleven to erect the thebofldteg th thbuIk thebttildi
bttildi bofldteg buIk bIg g ta May This building is to be bebuilt bebuilt bebaUt
built at once Mr Henog H announced and andbe andbe andbe
be suffered ao bending be cJtaS of o his will 11I He Hecoitecied HecoIIoctei Hecollected
collected around d ktat 1 hm the best m men n in the thecity thedtT thecity
city organized the project as he would wouldhave wouldaye wouldhave
have bandied a big bosfneee scheme and andta aMIII andin
ta July a public toss meeting was held heldPeople heldPeOlI heldPeople
People Rally to Its Support SupportWfce 5nPPolt1tea SupportWhen
When Wfce 1tea the doors closed the night of ofthe o otbe ofthe
the mass 1 8 6 meeting 4WW 11 < < 10 had been en sub subscribed subserhbed ub ubse ¬
scribed se bed and the people everywhere were weretnmtMg wereg werebunting
bunting g for their checkbooks Within Withina Vlthinlew
a lew days 8 ys Sf SVSUjKt SIfI U bed been subscribedThe subscribed subscribedThe subscribedTile
The structure was b built ttt and opened with withjfe with9ile withone
jfe fine year te fact on n the anniversary anniversaryof
of the beginning of the auditoriummovement auditorium auditoriummovement auditoriumeIB
movement eIB IIt Two tboncoad people danced dancedat
at this baH while lily people looked on onMany onlftUtY onMeay
Many months later when St Paul en entertained entertaJfte41 entertained ¬
tertained PresWeatelect Prestde telect Taft 2COO peo people people peapie ¬
ple sat down to a dinner In his honor honoron honor8ft honoron
on the stage alone Through the great greatarches greatarches greatarches
arches opening ope lng from the street to the thestage thestage thestage
stage fourhorse taMyhe tally coaches loaded loadedwith loadedWIth loadedwith
with people are frequently driven and andduring andtlrtag andduIng
during the past year a fullfledged circus circusand circusaDd circusand
and wild West show complete gave per performances perfennaaees performances ¬
formances on the stage and was not nothampered notbanapered nothampered
hampered in the least east degree for either eitherlight eIther1tght eitherlight
light or space sp ce overhead overbe cL On several oc cceasions occasions ocCASioBs ¬
casions MCQ9 people have been seated In Inthe IntlIe inthe
the building at the same time A bat battalion bnttaIloR battalion ¬
talion of infantry Jnf ntr can aaaneuver on the thestage tbestage thestage
stage with 1th room to spare spareThe spareTIle spareThe
The St Paul Auditorium is an oblong oblongstructure oblongstruetvre oblongstructure
structure 19 feet in width and 301 feet feetto teetm feetia
to length having an average height of ofit
71 feet The remarkable flexibility of ofthe orthe ofthe
the structure makes it possible pos lble to trans transform transform transfers ¬
form the huge hall with Its enormous enormousstage enormousstage enormousstage
stage seating HOW people into a cozy cozyroom coz cozroom cozyroom
room holding J SJOJ ta people plEt in If fifteen minutes min minutes minutes ¬
utes The theater occupies OCCU approximately approximatelyonethird approxbnatelyOMUakd approximatelyonethird
onethird the length of the building
Along the side wells are boxes box which whichwith wldcbwith whichwith
with the balcony seats above them are areconstructed areCODstructod areconstructed
constructed on huge steel frames skill skillfully skmfully skillfully ¬
fully concealed These great frames framespivoted framepivoted framespivoted
pivoted on the ends reaching re cnmg to the rear rearof rearot rearor
of the theater th ter swing inward at will and andthe andthe andthe
the effect is as if great sections of the thesWe theside theside
side walls had suddenly sud ecdy been moved en entirely entirely entirely ¬
tirely carrying with them boxes and balcony bal balcony 001cooy ¬
cony seats seatsMake SfAtsInkeJI seatsMakea
Make a a Good TheaterAs Theater TheaterAs TheaterAs
As the hinged hlD ed box sections swing In Inward inwant Inward ¬
ward the proscenium arch drops down downward downwarn downward ¬
ward from concealed recesses In the cell celling cel1lAg celllag ¬
lAg a beautiful velvet curtain falls and andthe andthe andthe
the building is a beautifully appointed appointedtheater appoiDtedtReater appointedtheater
theater with all of the t th great stage except ex exjcept except
jcept cept the footlights footll ts hl hidden den from view viewThorough viewTKrough viewTbcrough
Thorough business method dominated dominatedevery domInatedevery dominatedevery
every step in the construction of the thebuilding thebuHdl thebuilding
building buHdl g Every Evor contract and expenditure expenditurewas
was subjected to a rigid Investigation and andscrutiny a andscrutiny d dscrutiny
scrutiny The result was the construc construction constmcU9f1 constrtctioa ¬
tion of a building in which the people peoplehave peoplehave peoplehave
have dollar for dollar dollarThe dolluTbe dollarThe
The The total c cost < Jst was 450000 The struc structure structure stt uc ucture ¬
ture is paid Ji k1 for It Is Interesting to note notethat noteUtllt notethat
that the he Hippodrome in New York cost costf5OCaCQ costAroo costi00ii0i
f5OCaCQ < < Aroo the Chicago Auditorium cost32d cost cost2MMft costand
32d 2MMft and the Madison Square Garden Gardencost Gardencost Gardencost
cost 3000000 300J000rills 3000000This I IThis
This rills is what St
Paul has after a ayears aeus ayears
years eus agitation and effort at a cost of ofabout ofabout ofabout
about half a million This Is what Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington ought to have and at once What
is half a million dollars doH 13 In a city like likeWashington likeWashington likeWashington
Washington If we will ill get together t gether and andwork andwork andwork
work hard for the end in view few we will willhave willhave willhave
have something even better than St Paul Paulas Paulas Paulas
as we ought to have It Is a 1 great grea public publicduty publicduty publicduty
duty to urge the building of such a structure struc structure structure ¬
ture here hereGOING hereGOING
Col Taylor Will Command Troops Troopson
on Board Transport TransportCoL TrnnJllportCot TransportCot
Cot Sydney W Taylor Second FIeld YieldArtillery FIeldArtillery FIeldArtlUery
Artillery has been designated by the theWar theWar theWar
War Department to command the troops troopson
on board the transport KHpatrlck l whichwill which whichwill wbichwill
will leave New York tomonow tomo to mortow w for the thePhilippines thePhllfpplnes thePhilippines
Philippines The coast artillery organiza organizations organlzaiIons organizations ¬
tions will be assigned 5Igned to the fortifications fortificationsat
at the entrance to Manila Bay BayAmong BayAmong BayAmong
Among the passengers will be Mrj Gen GenWilliam GenWilliam n nWIDIam
William P Duvall former assistant chief chiefof chiefof chiefof
of staff who who Is going to take command commandof
of the Philippines division Brig Gen n Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur Murray chief of artillery who will willInspect wlItASpect willinspect
Inspect the progress of fortification workin work workIn workin
In the Pacific possessions and Sherman ShermanMerefend ShermanMGi ShermanMoreland
Merefend MGi land of Elmira Elmira who was recently recentlyappointed r recentlyappointed cently centlyappointed
appointed associate justice of the Su Supreme Supr Supreme ¬
preme pr me Court of o the PhWpp1neIsl Philippine Islands ds
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