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The Servant in tho House the re remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
markable play by Charles Rann Kennedy Kennedybegan 1ennedybegan Kennedybegan
began another engagement in this city at atthe atthe atthe
the Columbia Theater last night with a alarge alarge alarge
large audience present and the same sameacute sarnoacute sameacute
acute Interest manifested as upon pre previous previous previous ¬
vious occasions occasionsAt occasionsAt occasionsAt
At this period in its career this great greatplay greatplay greatplay
play having for or its theme the universal universalbrotherhood universalbrotherhood universalbrotherhood i
brotherhood of man needs not much muchdilating muchdilating muchdilating
dilating upon It is recognized as one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the leading if not the premier dramatic dramaticvehicles dramaticvohlcles dramaticvehicles
vehicles of the past decade With a a poetic poeticallegory pooUcanegory poeticallegory
allegory that but thinly veils the real realmeaning realmORning realmoaning
meaning It relentlessly exposes some of ofthe orthe ofthe
the rank hypocrisies h pocrlsles of the time and andteaches andi andteaches
i teaches a 11 lesson of Christian love and andforbearance andforbearanco andforbearance
forbearance In an Interest compelling compellingmanner compe11lngmanner compellingmanner
manner It Is true that the teaching is isnot 18not thnot
not new It had its inception in Galileo Galileoover Galileeover Galiieover
over 1900 years ago but Is a powerful powerfulrevival powerfulrelvol powerfulrevival
revival of an old truth and has un unquestionably unquestionably unquestionably ¬
questionably done a great amount of ofgood otgood ofgood
good It Is a play pla of such texture as tp tprender t trender trender >
render the witnessing thereof two three threeor threeor threeor
or a half dozen times not sufficient to
I diminish the interest interestThere InterestThere
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high standard of excellence Manson tho thocharacter thocharncter thecharacter
character lately assumed by Walter WalterHompden WalterHampden WalterUampden
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closely after the original as indeed It Itmust Itmust Itmust
must be being a role not admitting admlttln of ofvaried otvaried ofvaried
varied interpretations as the character charactersuggested charactersuggestd charactersuggested
suggested br the title Is too clearly De Defined 4efined e efined ¬
fined in Scripture tradition and by the theauthor theauthol theauthor
author in the present pre ent instance Thepart Thepartof
of the vicar is given by David Glassford Glassfordand Glassfordand Glassfordand
and that of his wife by Edith Crane both bothncceptably bothceptably botheeeptably
ncceptably ceptably uhle h le George W V Wilson rUson has hasbeen 1188been hasbeen
been associated with the Bishop of Lan Lancashire Lancashlre Lancashire ¬
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Jessie Glendinning as Mary and Harold Haroldde Haroldde Haroldde
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of the dralnman Robert Smith a gentle gentleman gentlenan gentleman ¬
man of necessary n eessary occupation as played playedby plajooby playedby
by Tyrone Power stands out in relief It ItIs ItIs
Is superbly presented and has been so sofrequently 50frequently s sfrequently
frequently commented upon with praise praiseas praisas
as to render further adjectives super superfluous superfluoUs superiluous ¬
fluous The great success of this play and andothers andothers andothers
others of like character seems to Justify Justifythe justifythe justifythe
the assertion made by the most serious seriouscritics seriouscritics seriouecritics
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at least a large part of it Itassembled assembled at atthe atthe atthe
the National last night for the opening openingof openlnOf
of Three Twins The verdict at the thefinal thefinal thefinal
final fall of the curtain curtains and all through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the performance for that matter seemed seemedto seemooto seemedto
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Its present form with a number of songs songsthat songsthat songsthat
that necessarily cause some 8Ofl1 action to be beomitted beomitted beomitted
omitted it is extremely funny funnyThe funnyThe funnyThe
The first act is laid at a summer resort resortwhere resortwhero resortwhoro
where most of the real fun of the plot of ofthe ofthe ofthe i
the story occurs for in the second secondlaid laid in ina Ina
a 11 sanatorium sanatoriummost most of the time Is given givenup glvonup givenup
up to specialties of tho actors which are aremade aremade aremade
made to fit Into the plot very well wellBy wellBy wellBy
By far the best of these was the inter interpolated Interpolated Interpolated ¬
polated monologue by Clifton Crawford Crawfordwho Crawfordwho Crawfordwho
who plays the leading part of the disguised disguisedand disguisedand
and third It twin His songs Imitations Imitationsand Imitationsand imitationsand
and especially his stories of Monty the thelady thelady 1 1lady
lady with the Lusitania figure and the thefinal thefinal I Ifinal
final piece of nonsense about the sar sardine sardine sardine ¬
dine mine must be heard to be b appreci appreciated approclated appreciated ¬
ated He has a manner entirely different differentfrom dlrterenttrom differentfrom
from the general run of comedians who whoattempt whoattempt whoattempt
attempt the silly ass role and the dry dryway dr drwa dryway
wa way with which ho makes his business businessget businessget businessgot
get across was the decided hit of the even evenIng evenIng evening
Ing So great was the laughter caused causedby causedby causedby
by his tale of Monty and the other othercharacters othercharacters othercharacters
characters that th t when he finished tho audi audience audience audience ¬
ence barely had strength left to applaud applaudhim applaudhim applaudhim
him But they made him return and andafter nndafter andafter
after giving another song he esponded respondedby espondedby espondedby
by reciting Kiplings Gunga Dhin by byrequest byrequest byrequest
Next to the porsonal hit scored by byCrawford byCrawford b bCrawford
Crawford camo Mayme fayme Gehrue Gehrueher with withher wIthher
her dance of the Hypnotic Kiss and andtho andtho andtha
tho farfamed YamaYama Man To Tothis J Jthis o othis
this latter number she gave no less than thanton thanton thanton
ton encores and sung the latest verses versesleaning versesleaning versesleaning
leaning up against tho side sh e of the stage stagewhile stagewhllo stagewhile
while tho chorus reposed rep sed on the floor tloorMiss noorMIlS floorMiss
Miss Gohrues dancing in each of these thesenumbers th650numbers thesenumbers
numbers was splendid and her acting ot ortho ottho otthe
tho Hypnotic number admits much to toits toIts toits
its charm charmOne charmOne charmOne
One of tho most oIaorately stageo stageonumbers sta stagecnumbers ea eanumbera
numbers that WB w have t seen for some sometime sometime sometime
time was wa Cuddle Up a 8 Little Closer CloserLovey CIMerLJey closerLovey
Lovey Mine sung by b Ml 311s 11 Daisy Leon LeonThe LeonThe LeonThe
The canoe scene and the swing scene scenewere saonewere scenewere
were especially effective effectiveThe effectiveThe effectiveThe
The remainder of the cast was excel excellent 6Ccellent excellent ¬
lent but space permits of the mention mentionof nienUonot snLlon snLlonof
of only one more Joseph Allen who in tnthe inthe inthe
the part of th the choleric old ok general generalcaused sonoralcau generalcaused
caused cau Od quite as much laughter and ap applause applause applause ¬
plause for his acting as the rest did for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their singing And dancing The chorus choruswas choruswas choruswas
was splendidly trained and showed showedits showedits howedUs
its dancing ability in the Yams Yamastunt Yam8tunL Yamsstunt
stunt From start tp finish flnl h Three TRreeTwine TJirMTftlna ThreeTwins
Twine is S a riot of lOng song and fun and for fora fora fora
a good evenings entertainment eri ezffertalnment ertalnment and near nearly ne nearly r ¬
ly 1 three hours h urs of continuous laughter it itle itIi itis
le Ii the beet thing of its kind that has haestruck 00 00slruek hasstruek
struck here for some time Umean and UMU UN is issaying 18HJng IseaSIng
saying a good deal when one remembers rwnoinborsthe remom remembersthe ors
the list of musical comedies that have haveoome aYeDOme haveoome
oome our way this season seasonTHE seasonTEE efLSOftTHE
The Beauty Bennt Spot SpotLast SpotLast SpotLast
Last night nl ht came The Beauty Spot Sp t to tothe tothe tothe
the Belasco Theater for its second en engagement engagement engagement ¬
gagement within a a years YOflr time and there thereseeing thereS6QIM thereseems
seeing to be no I1 more room r Otft for doubt as asto asto asto
to Its amusement value aJue than there was wasupon wuupon wasupon
upon its first appearance here Since Sinceits StnceIts Sinceits
its earlier week eek here last spring it has haspassed hupaget haspassed
passed paget successfully through that process processof proeeuof processof
of adjustment which generally epitomizes epitomizesa
a plays shortcomings shortcomln and now with H Hcast Itct acsst
cast headed be ci8d by Jefferson De Angelis it itis ItIs itIs
is a virtually perfect example of the themusical themusical themusical
musical play pla of the lighter and brighter brighterpersuasion brlg brighterI tor torI
persuasion The music is by Reginald de deKoven d dKoven deICoven
I Koven book by Joseph Herbert and andboth andboth andboth
both book and music have enough enoughoriginality enou enoughoriginality h horillnamy
originality and popular appeal to t stand standon etandon standon
on merit sans the assistance aSti Jtanc of other othertalents otherQuite otherta1enU
talents talentsQuite ta1enUQuite
Quite the jolliest bunch of players p1a ers ap appear Appear appear ¬
pear In the attractive settings s tttngs of The Thei TheBeauty 111 111I
i Beaut Beauty Spot that has been associated in ina Ina Ina
I a musical mu lul comedy corned production here in
some time Jefferson De Angelis Angel merry merryrogue melTYrogue merryrogue
rogue that he is is always to the fore forebeing t0tBbeing forebeing
being now in possession of a strictly strictlyclean strictlyclean trlctJ trlctJelKn
clean comedy part in that of Gen Sam Samovar Samovar Samovar ¬
ovar ovarJeff ovarJ ovarJeff
Jeff J tr has foresworn ore worn the tactics that in inpast Inpalt inpast
past endeavors have clung c1un so close to tohim tohimsIambang tohimslambang
him himsIambang slambang methods we refer to toand toandwe toandwe and andwe
we cannot recalll that he has ever added addedup addedup addedup
up so good a a total result in his past ef efforts efforts efforts ¬
forts forts Then there IK the dainty little littleMiss lItUeMIss littleMIss
Miss Isabell DArmond D Armond in the role of ofNadinc orNadine ofNadine
Nadine the generals daughter who shines shinesi shinesby shinesby
i by reason of simple unaffected method methodand m6thocJsand methodsand
and the clear leu notes of her vocal scale scaleGeorge BealeGeorge scaleGeorge
George MacFarlane Mac Farlane as the American Americanpainter Americanpainter Americanpainter
painter hi excellent in that role display displaying displayIng dIsplaying ¬
ing a voice of great strength and sweet sweetness sweetness sweetness ¬
ness in his various songs Miss Viola ViolaGillette ViolaG11Ictte ViolaGillette
Gillette she of the stately statel beauty boaut is iscast iscast iscast
cast In a particularly good role that of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the generals wife ffe and she recehGd a ahearty ahearty ahearty
hearty burst of applause at the conclu conclusion concl conclslon concluMon ¬
Mon of each of her songs Jacques JacquesKruger JACQU JACQUKruger JacquesKruger
Kruger Frank Doane Alf Al de Ball BallMinerva nanUnerva BallMinerva
Minerva Coverdale Cover fle and Jean Nowcombci Nowcombciall Nowcombeall ow ombe ombeaU
all carry arry off their parts successfully successfullyThe successfullyThe iuccc55fulbThe
The chorus element of tho show is a awonder awondr awonder
wonder in itself and no moan feature of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the whole There are choruses of bathing bathinggirls bathinggirls bathinggirls
girls artists models ponies and < just justplain justplnln justplain
plain pretty girls antI sun some more
girls girlsall all of them possessing 1 > charms that thatdemand thatdemand thatdemand
demand admiration admlrati admlratiTHE admirationTHE
f fTHE
H Broadway After Dark DarkAl DnrkAl DarkAl
Al H Woods must be given credit for forplacing forplacing forplacing
placing many popularpriced successes successesbefore successesbefore successesbefore
before the theatergoing public and he hehas hehas hehas
has used all of his wellknown skill in instaging InstaginG inataging
staging John Olivers book Broadway BroadwayAfter BroadwayAfter BroadwayAfter
After Dark The name of the play sug suggests suggests suggoats ¬
gests action the excitement of the under underworld underworld underworld ¬
world and the atmosphere of villains and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their kind and in this weeks offering at atthe atthe atthe
the Academy A ademy one almost travels to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and imagines oneself in the great greatest greatest greatest ¬
est city rlt In this country amid the twinklo twinkloof
of the lights that dot tho gay White Way Wayand Wayand Yayand
and where the sweet strains of music float floatout floatout floatout
out on the midnight air airIn airIn airIn
In his character as s Abe Moxie the man manwho m manwho n nwho
who picks up a living on Broadway after afterdark afterdark afterdark
dark Harry Fields easily proved the themost themost themost
most pleasing member of tho cast Clay Clayton Clayton Clayton ¬
ton Ross as played by b Clark Ross was wasthe wasthe wasthe i
the best character study In his part as asthe asthe asthe
the wreck of humanity who ho laid all at atthe atthe atthe
the feet of tho drug opium Mr Ir Ross Rossmade Rossmade Rossmade
made a 8 good Impression Octavia Ross as asMyra asM asMyra
Myra M ra Hager tried hard to make a favor favorable favorable favorable ¬
able showing with her lines but her un unusual unusual Unusual ¬
usual beauty made her too fair a schem schemer schemer schemer ¬
er to be hated with the real hate that thatgenerally thatgenerally thatgenerally
generally falls to a villainess in a melo melodrama melodrama melodrama ¬
Crusoe Girls GirlsCharles GlrbCharles GirlsCharles
Charles Robinson is one of the mirth mirthmakers mlrthmakers mirthmakers
makers in his show in the roles of Leon LeonShampoo LeonShampoo
Shampoo and Jack jack Solomon He is isbacked Isbacked isbacked
backed by a good company of classy classygirls c1ass c1assgirls classygirls
girls and ponies and their singing Is one oneof oneor oneof
of the features of the performance this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week The songs are all new and andcatchy andcatthy andcatchy
catchy The vaudeville if 1 one big laugh laughall laughaU laughall
all the way through
Albert Chevalier ChevalierAlbert ObenUerAlbert ChevalierAlbert
Albert Chevalier the great English Englishcharacter Englishcharacter Englishcharacter
character delineator will undoubtedly at attract attract attract ¬
tract overflowing audiences to Chases Chasesthis Chasesthis Chasesthis
this week if the crowded houses of yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday have any presaging power and andvary andVAry andvary
vary properly so for this man Is beyond beyondquestion beyondquestion beyondquestion
question a great actor actorthe the greatest In Inhis Inhlsz inhis
his line now appearing upon the Engllsh Engllshepcaklng Englishspeaking
speaking stage stageand and his reputation Is de dorived derived derived
rived entirely from what Wh t ho does and andnot andnot andilot
not from any particular oxcollence of ofheadline ofheadUne ofheadline
headline advertisement Although soma somaof somoof someof
of the characters shown are not familiar familiarto
to Americans an Instinctive feeling as aato asto asto
to the truth of his depiction Is felt Yes Yesterday Yesterday Yesterday ¬
terday ho gave soma which have been beenseen beenBeen beenseen
seen here before HA A Fallen Star Ul1r8 Ul1r8Awldns Mrs MraAwklns MrsAwkins
Awklns and the burlesque French Frenchsongs Frenchmmgs Frenchsongs
songs and he augments them with The TheWorkhouse The1Vorkhouse TheWorkhouse
Workhouse Man a n sketch of a poor poorold poorold poorold
old man describing de8 riblnS the experiences of ofliving ofliving ofliving
living in the poorhouse which Is full of ofpathos ofpathos ofpathos
pathos pathosThe pathosThe pathosThe
The principal Is accompanied by an un unusually unusually Unusually ¬
usually strong attendant bill chief In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which la S Miller Kent ent and company in inSincerity InSincerity InSincerity
Sincerity a clever sketch of comedy comedywith comedywith comedywith
with a n strong moral Mr Kent being beingagreeably beingagreeably beingagreeably
agreeably supported by Ray Beverldge Beverldgeand Beveridgeand Beveridgoand
and Eliza Mason MasonSpencer MasonSpencer MasonSpencer
Spencer Kelly and Marlon Wilder In InMelodies InMelodiesPast inMelodiesPast
Melodies MelodiesPast Past and Present offered a agood a agood agood
good vocal number rendering Some Somebody Somebody Somebody ¬
body Loves You We Never Miss the
Happiness s Until Love Is Gon Gone and If Ifthe Itthe Ifthe
the Moon Told All He Knew Cook and andLorenz andLorenz andLorons
Lorenz contributed some clever eccentric eccentriccomedy eccentrlocomedy eccentriccomedy
comedy The Five Flv Keaton furnish come cometumbling sometumbling Ome OmetumbUng
tumbling with comedy corned accessories some somevary somevor somevery
vary vor small children being prominently prominentlyengaged promlncn prominentlyengaged tly tlyengagoo
engaged Cowboy Williams handled can cannon cannftn cannon ¬
non balls ball < < with great dexterity and the thevitagrnph thevttagrftph thevltgraph
vitagrnph showed a series entitled A ABarrow ABalTow ABarrow
Barrow Race RaceOne RaceOne RaceOne
One of the beat be t trained animal stunts stuntsof stuntsof stuntsof
of the season te on the programme this thisweek thisok thisweok
week ok Max Gruber and an Miss 1 Adelina pre preventing preentlng prosenting ¬
venting an elephant a hor horse and a pony ponyeach ponyeach ponyeach
each and all of whom do wonderful things thingsparticularly thingspartleularly thingspartlculariy
particularly the huge hU elephant el pbant the in intelligent IntelUgent intelligent ¬
telligent acting of this beast seeming to go gofar gotar gofar
far toward dispelling the Idea prevalent prevalentin
in some quarters that those the e animals are arenot arenot arenot
not poMMoed po sed of much thinking power powerTHE powerTHE powerTHE
The Yankee Doodle IoodleThe Girls GirlsTT GlrbThe
TT The e Yankee Doodle Girls Olr in I two twofarce twotare twofarces
farce and an extensive otto hold Uw Uwboard tbobonIs theboards
board at th the Now Lyceum this we week weekTbe weekThe k kThe
The show how Is t good ood although aJthou h there ic J a alack alack alack
lack of talent t dent in the male line Sadie SadieHuet SameHue SadieHuested
Huet Hue Huested ted d led the female tema contingent eonUn ent in a avery avery avery
very acceptable manner The two tW Glad Gladatone GladItone Gladstone
atone sisters although althou h not carrying many manylines manylines manylines
lines made their presence pre > nce felt Collins Collinsand CoUtuand Collinsand
and Hawley gave ve a good O d dancing turn turnDixon turnDixon turnDixon
Dixon and Hearn Ream presented a very verylaughable verylaupable verylaughable
laughable skit the Seyons yons intermixed intermixedmusic Intermixedmualc intermixedwuslc
music and comedy to a good blending blendingand blendingand blendingand
and Robinson and Le Favor acrobated acrobatedAs acrobatedA
As A an extPa attraction Chooceeta ap appeared appeared eppeared ¬
peared in a novelty dance dunceBALLINGER danceBALLINGER danceBALLINGER
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He was U appointed chief oC 0 division divisionP
P General Land Office at 2400 2400per 2400per 24OOper
per annum which was and aa < l is a astatutory 1 15tatutor astatutory
statutory 5tatutor place on April 22 lJT 1f at ata sta ata
a time when hen the field force aggre aggregated ag1pgated aggregated ¬
gated about 100 employee emplo and the ap appropriation appropriation appropriation ¬
propriation for which was as 350000 50 Seer1 erp ecr ecrtary 1 1tary I Itary
tary Garfleld promoted him to chief or orfield orfieJd otfield
field service at UCOO 5000 per annum an um on Feb February i iruary I Iruary
ruary IS IMS ig after the appropriation had hadbeen haabeen hadbeen
been increased to 500000 OO and under underwhich underwhich I Iwhich
which approximately 178 17 agents a < < ent were em employ empioyel j jployed
ployed ploy d On March 10 1907 9CJi I promoter promoterhim vromotethim promotethim
him to 1200 i per r annum after Congress Congressfurther congressfurther Congressfurther
further Increased the appropriation ror rortbJs rorthis j jthis
this work to lOCo under which ap 81 81proprlatlon approprintion j jpropriation
propriation about 875 ii agents are employ employed employed
ed This appropriation fixes xe no staten statencompensation stRtetlcomponsaUon statetlcompensatIon
compensation for those to be employed emplo ed i
nider n ider dMIL it itAppointments itAppointments
Appointments Ap lntmcnt of special agents ar armade nrmade armade
made in strict accord with ith civil service serviceregulations serviceregulations Orvlce Orvlcerelulat1ons
regulations after inquiry Into the special specialillness specialfitness specialfitness
fitness of the applicants applicantsAn
An evening cnlng paper stated stateg what is ad admittedly ndmtttedh admittedly ¬
mittedly so that these charges are based basedon baSedon basedon
on rumors I assume that any charges chargesmade chargfsmadf chargesmade
made In good goo faith affecting the conduct conductHow conductHow conductHow
How to Get et Hid Hidf Ridof Rdof
of f Catarrh CatarrhA
A Simple Safe Reliable Way and andIt andIt andIt
It Costs Nothing to Try TryThose TryThose TryThose
Those who suffer from catarrh know knowits knowIts knowits
its mis miseries ries There Is no need of this thissuffering thissuffering thissuffering
suffering You can get rid of it by a asimple asimple asimple
simple safe Inexpensive home treat treatment treatment treatment ¬
ment discovered by Dr Bloa Blosler r who for forover forover I
over thirtyfive years has b been en treating treatingcatarrh treatingcatarrh 1 1catarrh
catarrh successfully successfullyHis successfullyHis
His treatment is unlike any other It Itis ItIs Itis I
is not a spray douche salve cream or orinhaler orinhaler I
inhaler but Is a more direct and thor thorough thorough ¬ I Iough
ough treatment than any of these It Itcleans Itcleans I Icleans
cleans out the head nose throat and andlungs andlungs I Ilungs
lungs so that you c can n again breathe breathefreely breathefreely I Ifreely
freely and sleep without lthout that stoppedup stoppedupfeeling stoppedupfeeling I Ifeeling
feeling that all catarrh sufferers have haveIt haveIt haveIt
It heals the diseased mucous membranes membranesand membranesand membranesarid
and arrests the foul discharge dl harge so that thatyou th8tyou thatyou
you will not be constantly blowing your yournose yournose our ournose
nose and spitting and at the same me time timeit timeIt timeit
it does not poison the system and ruin ruinthe ruinthe ruinthe
the stomach as internal medicines me < lIclnes do doIf doH doIf
If you ou want to test this treatment with without wlthou without ¬
out ou cost send your address to Dr J Jwl JW Jpr
wl W Blosser 261 Walton street Atlanta AtlantaGa AtlantaGa AtlantaGa
Ga and he will send you by return returnmail returnmail returnmail
mail enough of the medicine to satisfy satisfyyou 58Uaf 58Uafou satisfyyou
you ou that it Is all he claims for it as asa asa asa
a remedy remed Y for catarrh catarrhal head headaches headaches headaches ¬
aches catarrhal deafness asthma bron bronchitis bronchitis brorchitis ¬
chitis colds and all catarrhal complica complications complications complications ¬
tions He will also send you ou free an il illustrated illustrated IIlustrated ¬
lustrated booklet Write rlte him immedi immediately ImmedlatelT immediately ¬
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of or expenditure in the Interior Depart Department DeplUtI1Icnt Departmont ¬
mont or the Forest Service will be inves investigated Invest investigated ¬
tigated t ated by the jaint committee com composed comPOSed cornposed ¬
posed of members of the Senate and the theHouse theHouae theHouse
House HouseThe HouaeThe HouseThe
The importance of having counsel be before before before ¬
fore the Congressional Congre slonal committee seems seemsto seemsto seemsto
to have nave been exaggerated xa lerated continued continuedMr contlnudr continuedMr
Mr r Balllnger commenting on the in investigation InvellU invostigatlon ¬
vestigation vellU atlon resolution as I reported by b the theconferees theeon theeonfrees
conferees eon I Me e no reason for having havingcounsel hvlnhcounsel havingcounsel
counsel I and my department are ready readyto redyto readyto
to give gtv the investigating JnvMU tlng committee all allthe allthe 11 11the
the information we have Why TJy we weshould webou1cl weshould
should have counsel I am unable to un understand understand undorstand ¬
derstand derstandThis dorstandThis derstandThis
This is an investigation InvNtI atJon into Int the con eonduct conduet conduct
duct of certain arms of the government governmentSuch governmentSuch governmentSuch
Such an investigation should not be ham hampered hampered hampored ¬
pered or abridged abrlG ed in any way If any anyone anyono anyone
one wants counsel to conduct a guerrilla guerrillawarfare guerrUIflrtan guerrillawarfare
warfare rtan that Is another matter So far faras taru faras
as the Department of the Interior is con concerned concerned concorned ¬
cerned we want a cleancut straight straightinvestigation straigbtInvesttption stralghtinvestigation
investigation and we want ant it to be had hadas hadas hadas
as speedily as possible possible1H poutbleH
H H Schwartz chief of th the field serv service senIce service ¬
ice of the General Land Office fhce admitted admittedthat admittedthat dmHtedthat
that he was being beln paid out of the 510000W 510000Wappropriated 100000 100000approPCJated 1000006appropriated
appropriated for the protection of the thepublic thepublle thepublie
public lands JaB s and ad that his salary Jar had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
been raised rateedUnder ratledUnder raisedUnder
Under Commissioner Ballinger he hesaid helaid hesaid
said my salary was w s 2401 After he heleft heleft heleft
left the Land Office It was raised to 3000 3000Under 3000Cnder 1000Under
Under the new law appropriating 1000003 1000003it 10000It
it has been raised to 4309 Where for formerly formerlY formerly ¬
merly I had ISO men under me I now have lIavlspeda1 havezo
30 special agents at work to protect the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public domain domainSENATE domainSENATE domainSENATE
Conference Resolution on TJnlllnKer TJnlllnKerInquiry DollingerInquiry flallingerInquiry
Inquiry Will Reach Tnft Today TodayThe TolnTThe TodayThe
The report of the conferees on the reso resolution resolution roselutlon ¬
lution providing for an investigation or ofthe orthe orthe
the BalllngerPinchot Bamnger Plnchot controversy was wasoffered wasoffered wasoffered
offered by Senator Nelson when hen the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate convened vened yesterday letJtOTda and passed passedwithout passedwithout passedwithout
without discussion discussionThe dlacuutonThe discussionThe
The conferees decided that the invest investigating ImesUgaUnc investgating ¬
gating committee should make mak its report reportto reportto reportto
to the present Congress Congre i5 which means meansthat meansthat meansthat
that the investigation In Usat1on can run along until untilMarch unUlIarcb untilMarch
March Iarcb 1911
Charges of extravagance and favoritism favoritismin
in the Land Office and misuse of appro appropriations approprlatlons appropriations ¬
priations were made yesterday by Repre Representative RepTfMotatlve Representative ¬
sentative Hitchcock of Nebraska before beforethe bt her > fIr6 fIr6the re rethe
the House Committee on Expenditures in inthe i1the inthe
the Interior Department DepartmentAs
As a result of the testimony giver K1 r by byMr b btIre byMr
Mr tIre Hitchcock the committee will at atonce atonce atonce
once begin an investigation independent independentof t tof
of that to be conducted by a joint com committee co comlttee COTmittee ¬
mittee of Congress Witnesses 1tDeaes will 111 ba basummoned b bsummoned besummoned
summoned from the Interior Department Departmentand Departm Depsrtrnenand > flt fltand
and if they fail to respond the commit commitwill commHwUl comrnittj comrnittjwilt
will ask a k the House for authority to oor oorpel e epel r rpet >
pel their attendance attendanceOne attendarreeOne attendanceOne
One of the charges eba es against Secret Se < rH rHBal1tnger TV TVBaffinger rvBaflinger
Baffinger made by Mr Hitchcock HItcbCO < k klated r rlated v vlated
lated to the employment emplo ment of the Se r rtarys rtarys rtarys
tarys nephew nephe Jack Ballinger BaJltn whil whils hilt > tho thoformer t ttormer tformer
former was Commissioner of the Larl LarlOffice La1Office Iar10111cc
Office Mr lr Hitchcock charged that Mr MrBallinger M MBallinger I IBallinger
Ballinger demoted Judge Wright or orthe < > f fthe fthe
the law clerks from a 12000 position ti tia t ta
a 8 11400 1400 position to make room for hia hianephew 113nephe L3nephew
nephew nephewHe nephe nepheHe nephewHe
He also charged cbar that when wbe Mr lr Bal Balllnger BalUnger Ballinger ¬
linger was ready to retire as Land I nd Cnm Commissioner Cnmmlssteer Cnmmissioner ¬
missioner and after Jack Ballteger had hadannounced h halannounced l lannounced
announced he would retire at the sirrn sirrntime g stime 1
time and go to Seattle SftttJeto to practice a athe < x xthe c cthe
the position of special inspector inspectorcreated v < i9 i9created 9 9creflted
created in order that young youn Bailing Bailgmight r rmight rmight
might return home at the expense of t te tegoernment e egovernment egovernment
government and continue to draw pay payHe pa paHe payHe
He resigned his position said Mr MrHitchcock MrHitchcock 1 1Hitchcock
Hitchcock two weeks after he reah reai reaiSMUlL rea1Seattis i iSeattle
Seattle SeattleMr SMUlLloIr SeattisMr
Mr Hitchcock Hltch k also charged char that sala salaries sa saa saaties a ariM ¬
riM are being increased and new nf i fHons rtions < n nlions
lions created without authority an1 tidt tidtmany L Lmano ttmany
many of the field agents are utirly utirlyunqualified utr utrunqualified
unqualified to do the work workBRONCHIAL workBRO workiwwis
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Throat T t Bronchial and Aitfcmatic Troubles An Anrtld AIarticle AnarticIe
article rtld of superior merit absolutely fr free e from A1 A1h zyhzrmful = 7 7harmful
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our stock to the extent of 15000 To Tocreate Tocreate Tocreate
create the proper interest prices have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been cut with no regard to the original originalselling originalselling originalselling
selling price The prices here given givenare givenare
are only a part of the bargains but butthey butthey butthey
they tell the tale
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