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guttering utrtr uf1rii caused by summary atamlssejs atamlssejsfrom LIemteJsfrom a aMm
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partment is the introduction of improved improvedand Improvedand Impcoveland
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In ham with this thl8anc1 and this th affects frecta the theother theother theother
other governmental departments deptrtmenta4s fa the theavowed thewowed theavowed
avowed policy of the administration dminIMraton to toward toward toward ¬
ward retrenchment In the operating opera n ex expenites exen ox3enMeg
penites en 11Ift of oi the government governmentThe governmentThe t tTIM
The The worst of it Is he continued continuedthat eonUnue4lhthu continuedthat
hthu that we have jot not reached tht th end By ByJuly BYJuly ByJuly
July 1 there wrest ilfti s t be many more vacan vacancies vac vacandes n ndes ¬
des created simply because there is no noemployment noemployment noemployment
employment for the people There are areto ateto ireto
to be some two hundred more clerks let letout letout lotout
out but I am an happy to say that after aftergoing aiter aitergoln aftergoing
goln going over the Held with the other de ¬
partmental heads we have succeeded Inecw1ng in insecuring R RHCurtnK
securing employment for or a great nat many of ofthese oltheM ofthese
these who thus In effect eff ct will only be betransferred betrn8Cerred betransferred
transferred transferredWhat trn8CerredWhat transferredWhat
What is your Our attitude in the matter matterof mat matterof ft ftoC
of preventing preve tI a periodical recurrence of ofthese oCtbe ofthou
these tbe thou dismissals of unnecessary manee mtneeeisnr clerks clerksMr clel clellr clerksdr
Mr dr lr MacVeagh Icy was asked askedWe askedWe
We must t have a civil service retire retirement reUr reUr1nent retiremont ¬
mont law be replied and ad although it itis ItIs itIs
is only O 7 recently that L have taken the thematter tbematter thematter
matter up for study I am convinced that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the only feasible ble plan is that by which whichthe wblchthe whichthe
the civil servant 1erftd14 iet vdt shall themselves con contribute eOn eOntribute contribute ¬
tribute something IOmeUn toward a retirement retirementfund retirementIund retirementund
fund und the United States tates Treasury lrMMlr if nec necessary neee necessnzy ¬
essary e making up what deficiency may maybe malbe maybe
be needed I am m assured by expert ac
countanta who have ve lent their services servicesto ervteeato
to this problem that under the Oillett Oillettbill GUletthill
bill which is now pending > pendtn > endln before Coo Coogross CeogretllJ Congross
gross we may establish an adequate re retiring roeUrl retiring ¬
tiring Url fund get rid of many Dan clerks now
In in service who should by rights be
super superannuated superanuat superannuatod ¬
annuated anuat Improve prov the whole tone of the tb tbdoparunnte thedoparuneists
departments and all without ithout actual cost costto QNtto cootto
to ftiegovermnent ftiegovermnentClerk tl hegovernwent hegovernwentClerk oermnent oermnentClurl1
Clerk Must Act 4 < < t n H Unit UnitWhat UultWhat UnitWhat
What action would you suggest n as beat bestcalculated beatclculatect beatcalculited
calculated to bring brtD
about immediate iIInDedIa
re rellefr r rlief rehefT
hefT llefrIt lief hefTJt
It seems to me that the most
feces necessary DeCe DeCeary fecesnary ¬
nary tiling is I united a action on Olat the part partof partcc att
of 0 the clerks themselves themeeIy was the reply replyone j
Some SOUl one of them
we hear are strongly tron b in Intvor infavor j
favor of a stralehtout tral htout pension
from rota the thegovernment theSOlrtlment thegovflment
government basing baa b sin their l belief > elief in this thisbeing thisbeing
being the best method of relief rel C on some someof 80meor someof
of President Taff Tafts public
utterance in Infavor Infavor
favor of civil pensions uelons
I am quite sure surethat 8urethat surethat
that the > President
never Intended to tofavor tofavor tofavor
favor any plan of a clvilypenslnn chll nlllon to be bepaid beludd beP1141
paid from 11I the Treasury Treasur without some somenntiibutto
O1ftnt wntfibutlon nntiibutto lbuUon from the beneficiaries It
has been t > n found wherever wht > rcer the experiment experimenthas experlmfntha experimenthas
has ha been tried that straight pensions ue uein re rein rein
in spite of theory a burden burdn on those re receiving recelvlnlf receivina ¬
ceiving them It is some form of a acontributory a acontributory acontributory
contributory retiring retlrlD < < fund Cundtht that must bo boadopted hoadopted
adopted adoptedThat adoptedThat
That hi a most excellent petition petitionwhich peUlJonwbieh petitionwhich
which has been drawn up for the mom members momhers ¬
hers of the civil service HI ce to sign n You Yonmay Youmay
may have noted that It asks Congress Congressto C Conreasto eIIiI eIIiIto
to enact a a retirement law based ba d on an anequitable alii aliiequttabIe anOqultabi <
equitable contributory plan providing provtdh for foran forn
an I n 1 adequate retiring reUrlD < < allowance based bhe on onaverage onaverace onaverage
average salary and a length of oCIervlce oCIervlceThoee service serviceThose serviceThose
Those are re the provisions of the Giilett Giilettbill GlUettbill GiHettbill
bill and for myself I will say ay that I Iwould Iwould Iwould
would gladly sign that petition tllion But the themain themain j
main thing the one thing thln that will m make
for success In getting any retirement retirementfund retlrene retirementfund t truncl
fund bill through Congress is in my myopinion myopinion m mopinion
opinion for the civil service clerks to topresent topre topresent
present pre ent a a wilted uiged front Let them themrtCog themrtCognlH recog recogflue ¬
flue the faclfihat rac fachet bat there is not the slight slightest slighteet slighteIt ¬
est possible hope of Congress Con ea granting nUng
them a straightout pension and let them themagree themaareeall themagreeall
agree aareeall all of them not no a part parto o put
their shoulders behind the present resent bill billADd billand
and try their utmost to push it through throu h
An jJ1 a important phase of the present agi agitation nglltlon agitatleit ¬
tation ltlon for a a retiringpension r IpeD8loA fund is i its itsproblematical IUIprOWtlca1 Itsproblematical
problematical cost eoet to the government governmentThe pV governmentThe rnmenl rnmenlThe
The establishment of the retirement retirementI retlromentpiau retirementplan
I plan worked out by Mr Robert D Brown Brownand BrownaAd Brownnd
and nd embodied in the two Mils bUi now no before beforeI befor beforCOItFM8tbe beforeCongressthe
I Congress COItFM8tbe the Perkins bill introduced introducedI Inlro Introducedlist ucc uccJaet
I list year in the Senate and the Gillett Giilettbill Gillettbill QilIettbill
bill favorably reported this spring 8prln to the theHOWlewoukl theHousewould
House HOWlewoukl would actually cost the govern government goventM1It governmet ¬
met M1It not 1 cent On the contrary there therewould thorew therewould
would w uld be an absolute b olute financial gain aln to tothe tothe tothe
the government the very first ftr t year ear That Thatgain Jhatpin lhatgain
gain would be greater reater under the Glllott Glllottbill GlltettI Glllottbili
I bill than under tho Perkins bill but the theconditions theI theconditions
I conditions conditio would be less favorable for the theemployes theemployes theemployea
employes In either case the government governmentis
is safe ie from loss Jo
1 As A a things thln are at present with the do departments dopartments dopaztmduts ¬
partments full of th the wornout and Inejll Inejllctenl Inen Inenc Ineiidentfor
ctenl c dentfor ntCor for one out of o every fourteen elxil elxilemployes chilem clviiemploea
em employes pIG es in the theDlatrictof District of Columbia Is over oversixtyfive overlxtyftvc oversixtylive
sixtyfive years ears of age agethe the government governmentIs
Is I annuully losing about 1200000 through throughpaying throusitpalng throughying
paying ying more for clerical assistance a fstance than thanwould thanwould thanwould
would be necessary neceuart1C if the employes wore woreall woieall
I all young on enough to do Io a a full days dayswork dayswork dayswork
work The fhe amount of r this loss was de determined cletermlned doterinined ¬
termined by a careful estimate e Unate of the theNational tie tieztiofeI
National ztiofeI Civil Service Reform n lorJn league leaguewhich J Lenguewhich ue uewhich
which was Wft based on the elilclency records recordsof reconl reconlof recordsof
of old clerks on file with the Civil Service ServiceI SerlccCCtlHDitPllon ServiceCcminlsiIon
I CcmmhwIoH It Is certain that it IK I a amost 8 8mo ftmost
most mo t conservative estimate for IIOMUJI hOM beside of ofI oCdepftrtmeatB ofdepartments
I departments arc Incnned lne ned to bo 1 > 0 most mostlenient mOlltlenient mostlenient
lenient in reporting officially omelaJl aa at to the theefficiency theCmcJenc7 theetflclency
efficiency of a clerk who has been a agood aIood agood
good and faithful servant In his ha time antI amiwhose antItho nutiwhose
whose tho e only onl fallings fallln are ar those duo to okl oklage oklage oldage
age Xt t Is safe to say 8 therefore there Core that the theannual thennnual theannual
annual ICKR to the government through throughthe throu throughthe h hthE
the retention rt > tntion lu office of superannuated superannuatedcivil superannuatedelvli
civil 111 servants Is more mor rather than less lessthan Jeathan leesthan
than J12000W J co That annual loss more moreover moreoer moreover ¬
over is increasing It represents tile Ions Ionson 10Mon losson
on the tht residue r Ildllt of if the servi of thirty thirtyor thirtyIr
or r forty yeirs year ag a As s every eviyhoiv plyhOfl bwly knows knowsthe knosthe kUOWSthe
the service of tna today is much mu h larger than
That I firmly firm1 believe would ould result in inSUCCESS in8UCtt in5Uctt55
SUCCESS SUCCESSThat 8UCtt 8UCttThat 5Uctt55That
That Secretary Secretar MacVeagh la Ve < < h is correct in inasserting inUHrt1nlf inasserting
asserting that President Taft Is not now nowIn nowIn nowIn
In favor f or of any y straightout pension plan planis pbutIII planIs
is shown holn by Qe be unequivocal approbation approbationthe approbaUoathe
the President has given to the petition petitionwhich petitionwhich edtloa edtloawblch
which is now being circulated in Intavor favor of ofa ctra offt
a contributory retirement fund Secretary 5 Seers Seerstary < < 18 18Utr ¬
tary Utr MacVeagh McV believes that If his fellow fellowmembers tellowmembt1II fellowmembers
members of the Cabinet could be Induced Inducedto IndUlec1to
to sign the petition tltlon it would help the thecause tb4cau thecause
cause cau e a great deal dealIt dealIt dealIt
It to also aIaq II4l believed that it is among onc the thepossibilities thepoaIbllttlel thepossibillti
possibilities possibillti for some expression to em emanate omanate emsaab ¬
anate saab from the White IKhise H u e strongly In Indorsing Indorslnlf Indorsing ¬
dorsing the contributory planOe planOse plan planOne
One thing thlD < < Is certain and HI the civil serv service service n nIce ¬
ice employee who look for Of governmental governmentalaid 8i governmentalaid emmeetal emmeetalaid
aid from > the present pr t conditions ODdItI which whichafford wblcbatCord whichafford
afford them t em no protection is that any anyeffort aureffort anyeffort
effort at t securing url a straightout pension pensionI pensionbill
I I bill or looking to the indorsement of the thedmlnltraUon theadministration
I administration of C any a y such plan Is doomed doomedto
to disappointment and utter failure What Whathope Whathope Whathope
hope there Is I lies solely in a contributory contributoryretirement CODtrtbutor7retirement contributoryretirement
retirement fund and if those to be MAe benefited MAeftted boneilted ¬
fited have any ny hope of relief in the near nearfuture Dearuture nearfuture
future uture It must be backed ek up by a united unitedand walledand unitedand
and not a divided demand
was the service of a generation le eralion ago It Itfollows ItCOIIo Itfollows
follows COIIo therefore that thirty or forty fortyyears COI1yyears fortyyears
years hence the number of superannuate superannuateIn supnnuntIn
In the service representing the residue residueof re residutof f ut utoC
of todays toda service will be hi much larger r rt
tan t an the number of those who
are now nowsuperannuated nowupClRnnuatod nowsupentnnuatd
superannuated The actual annual money
low to the government therefore will be bemuch bemuch bemuch
much larger lar er then than tile tle present loss 10118of loanof j jItis
of 1 11t1 1OGOO 1OGOOltIs
Itis 1t1 apparent that anything anythl which will willwl willwIc
wfc wl wIc that ht annual loss Joe of 11260009 1 i2 or ormore ormort ormore
more mort will be a movement In the Interests Interestsor
of economy onOnty The i etirement
of all
em employed emplOfOlt employcs ¬
ployed who are now superannuated would ould
I do that thing for
very It would oukl cost eo t
about la 1 1OOeOG < W Ot a year or less I Further
I more even If It ahwld co cost t that much It
Is I a It charge that would cease entirely
after a 3eftcra generation 1I on and the th government
would thereafter he the gainer absolutely a utel
to the extent of the be price it would then
bo paying Iyl for Inefltelencypresumably Ine
pointed Polmoo out above considerably
more by
that time than the
present price prtc of
S12WOW J 1cou OOU a year yearThe yearTle e1tr e1trThe
The Senate bill
is more generous generij to
the employes than Is the House bill for
It provides that the government shall re ¬
tire Ur the present UEO2It old employes who have
already HJrend reached the tI age of retirement retlNmentHld
and who ho would
not therefore have
time timeI timeI
I to provide provl e their thou own annuities I
on the theme
same me basis hn i on which future
employes employ S
I will be retired through throu h their own earn un
lngs In This fhl woukl take take an annual
appro ¬
priation of about bout 1000000
the first ftrs
year yearand 7earlind yearand
and running up to RCOOOOI In thirty thlt
years oora aM then rfi n1111111 I1lILIbg ning off 01 very rapidly
until in forty or fifty
years the appro appropriation epprprittloit ¬ i iprLttlou
priation would be negligible ne lIlClblf Mr Brown
has worked out very elaborate I
tfonrnot tr onrot merely estimates
the most mostcnretul inois inoiscaror
cnretul caror ul ralculatlon alculaUonMroerln covering the entire I II
< lassifted I lfter1 nervier rvlec and extending > xtpt1l1n
t through throughQvpntyelght throughnvontyighi
Qvpntyelght 1 > ntrfI ht years ear by Whl whkh h time tin 1mwpron rvoiy
pron now in the service 1 > rI Wj will ie h hThco dpi1 11 1t1 II
Tlieso Th o show that tho powible maximum maximumI
BEING REING EING outside the thehigh theJJ
JJ 1 high rent district districtand districtand districtand
and doing do in g a strictly strictlycash strictlycash strictlycash
cash business we can cansell cansell cansell
sell you good Furniture Furnitureat
at far the lowest prices pricesin pricesin pricesin
in the city All prices pricesmarked pricesmarked pricesmarked
marked in plain figures figuresCome figuresCom figuresC
Come Com C o m e and compare comparethem comparethem comparethem
them themv
v v v + + + t tVardrobes
Wardrobes Odd Dress Dressers Dresst Dressers
t ± ers Chiffoniers Clu ttomers au and d Toilet ToiletTables IoiJett 4 4fables >
t Tables 1abl atr a at I II
I 50 ReductionLb Reduction I IA
A 1 Library Lb I rar Tables 1 ab 1 es Parlor ParlorSuites I z zSuites
± Suites and Morris Iorris Chairs ChairsIJI Chairsat J
IJI 1 at a big reduction
i 4 +
cost Io t nf this thl paying annuities on back backwrrvke backrlte backscrvke
wrrvke rlte or services 8t > nkes rendered prior to the theadoption thtadoption theadoption
adoption of the plan jrouUftbe oul be JUO080000 JUO080000In IIOUOOUin o 60 60In
In seventyeight years 1 This is immense immensely Immea immensely e ¬
ly greater however than the actual coc cocsince coksince coZsince
since it takes no account of resignations resignationswhich restanUonswbleb resignationswhich
which will probably be as great as the themortality themortallt themortality
mortality mortallt so o that the actual appropria appropriations appropriations appropriationa ¬
tions necessary will be about bout StOO000tOO StOO000tOOIn 100000 > > OOOIGO OOOIGOIn 00 00in
In seventyeight v iYecht years or an annual annualaverage annualuerace annualaverage
average of just about the present actual actualcost actualco actualcost
cost co t to the government vemment of keeping ke the thesuperannuated theuperannuat thesuperannuated
superannuated uperannuat on the pay pa roll roll11 roll11The roll11100000 roll11100000rho 0200661 0200661The
The House bill or Gillett bill would re require r rquJ regullc ¬
quire quJ a smaller appropriation from trot the thegovernment tbeaovernme thegovernment
government since tnce it puts a limitation of ofIn orIn
00 In the annuity which the government governmentwill governmentwill oemmeat oemmeatwW
will pay to any IIY one one individual tndlvtdu J on past pastservices putThe peatervkes
services The result is I that the total totalamount totalamount totalamount
amount of appropriations necessary in hithe inthe inthe
the next seventyeight eeTtmty bt years would prob probably probably rOb rObably ¬
ably be about JGstOOOG3 800 Instead of UlO UlO000l MO
000600 008 Mr Brown Bro has not had an op opportunity 0pportunity opportunity ¬
portunity this spring Iog to make the com complicated tOIDplkated cornpilcated ¬
plicated calculations calcuIation necessary e8ary to ascer ascertain ueertaln sacertam ¬
tain tam the exact saving that would be beeffected beeftected beeffected
effected by this I his 1000 00 limitation UmltatlontMIt but a care careful careful careIn ¬
ful In estimate < show Itho that the total tO lI appro appropriation apprspriatlon ¬
priation would probably be just about abouthalf abouthaJC abouthalf
half or possibly less what bat would be
necessary n < < euar7 under the Senate bill hilL DorIn DorInthe Duringthe During Duringthe
the first year there would be a small mall say saving saylag v vIB ¬
lag IB of the 1200600 1 now lost and every everyyear eeryyear everyyear
year the amount of this I saving INntn would wouldincrease wouldinereue wouldIncrease
increase until in thirty or 01 forty years it itwould Itwould Itwould
would be as much as the toes Jo the guy government JfOVernlnent guyernment ¬
ernment would then be suffering 8UfrMiR < < through throughsuperannuation throUChsupernauatlon throughsuperannuation
superannuation of Its employee From Promthat Fromthat Fromthat
that time the would I Itbe
on government save savethe savethe
the whole amount which it would other otherwise otherwise ¬ I Iwille
wise Save lave to pay pa above the market price priceto prtc prtcto prIcto
to carry carryon on Its foils olb 115 the aged eel and In Inedlclent 1 1e hielilcient
edlclent e lclen l
ITSa a I
Paris May 25 2SThe The hope of enthufll enthufllaits onthU8luts euthuelatta
aits about bOut disarmament are somewhat somewhatUaapnointed somewhat1IMppoolute oznwbatlIaappolnted
< Uaapnointed < 1 by the news that the mili military DlIIItar miiitory ¬
tory tar forces of the republic of San Marino Marinohave llaJ1nohae Marinohave
have been considerably Increased In num numbers numbers ninahers ¬
bers bersBesides bersBe hersBesides
Besides Be tdM the company of riflemen rl empn known knownas knownthe knownas I
as tho Legion which constitutes conatiftut08 the thearmy thearln thearmy
army arln of the oldest republic hi the theworld theworld theworki
world San Marino lIttlno now maintains an
artillery corps of twentyfour men anti amilieutenant IIntl a alieutenant alieutenant
f lieutenant The republican war depart department departinent
ment owes Its lt newly created corps to the theliberality tbeUhendlty th thliberality
liberality of the King jnft of Italy who has haspreanted M8prosonted haspreonted
preanted to San Marino two field guns gunsThe gunsThe gunsThe
The now artillerymen wear bright blue bluetunics bluetunics bluetunics
tunics bright red trousers and shining shininghelmets ahlnlnghelmets shininghelmets
helmets with gorgeous plumes On festal festaldays ftal11I1S festaldays
days they thc work hart < J at IIIhl firing < < salutes salutesIn salut salutIn salutesIn
In the Illustraxtonc Milltiarc Itaiiana ItaiianaLieut ltaUaunLieut ItallanaLeut
Lieut Brigliaderi tiglla terl tells some interesting interestingparticulars InteresUngMIrtlculara interestingparticulars
particulars concerning ncerning the San Marino Marinoarmy MarinoarID Marinearmy
army arID The officers o lcers of whom there tJ re are arethirtyeight arcthlrty arethirtyeight
thirtyeight thlrty 1tht are not appointed hut elect elected elceted electoil ¬
ed tho lower grades rades for a termof three threeyears Uucyeus threeyears
years by the rank and tile He and the higher highergrades hhhtr8Jcles highergrades
grades for five years jointfy joint Jointly y by b the sol soldiers 801d16111 aol1101S ¬
diers and the council of state stateIts stftteIUt stateIts
Its set et of army Ilrm rules San Marino has hasborrowed hasborrowed hasborrOWe1
borrowed in the main from Italy but It Ithas Itball Ithas
has tlistluyt tllttu t features of its own on Olto be being beinG belog ¬
ing an 1 elaborate system of lines ranging rangingfrom 1RJ1 rng1ugfrom htg htgfroID
from a 5 cents to 2 for offenses offen agnlust agnlustdiscipline aainat1lCIplllIe nln8t nln8tdlsclpllnc
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uniform enters a drinking < saloon sAloon without withoutan
an order from ron his superior ofilcer he hemnkos h hmftl08 liemokes >
mnkos himself liable to a lino of 120 120that 1218tInt l lthut
that is says 889 Lieut Brlgltadcr If he is iscaught Iscaurbt Iscaught
caught So they have back floors In San SanMarino Sanarlno SanMarino
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London X 1IIa May ay 2S 28Tbe The new ne reign re renders rendersthe renders renderstht rendersthe
the adoption of o a new great seal of Eng England ED EDlaud England ¬
land imperative Upon the accession of otne a anew anew
new ne sovereign were or upon a chance of the theroyal theroy1 theroyal
royal arms arm or style or upon the mechani mechanical medIaaIcal m cha3iI cha3iIcat ¬
cal parts of the great seal becoming worn wornout WOI1Iout weTnout
out and the fillings and ornaments be becoming beeondnl becoming ¬
coming defaced an order is a made by b the thesovereign the8Oeretp thesovereign
sovereign in council for the adoption of a anew aw anew
new w seal eaJ the old one is publicly broken brokenand beckonand
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and the fragments t ta become the fee of the thelord tilelord thelord
lord chancellor chancellorThe chancellorThe chancellorThe
The ceremony of breaking or demask demasking delllUktbe demasktug
tug the old great reat seal consists in the soy sovereign ItOVemcn soyereign ¬
ereign giving it a gentle DtJe blow with a ahammer abalDlDer ahammer
hammer after which it is supposed to be bebroken bebroken beIwokon
broken and to have lost all I Kb virtues virtuesThe YlrtuesThe virtuesThe
The cost t of a new seal will be about aboutNew about00S
UOOOL 00S New great seals eeal were made In UIBad 1SK 1SKISM U UUN
ISM and ad 1STS Since SI lnee the last iut year many IDaQoewaeate
documents oewaeate which formerly bad to pass passimpressed peasthe
the peat seal > > eaJ have under statute been been1m beenImpressed
impressed 1m with a wafer instead
A picture true to toUfe life the sham battle
at Ra Handle fJle Highlands l Monday MondayCAUSED MondayCAUSED MondayCAUSED
UmiKiinl 3IeKoroIoiunl Conditions ConditionsIn Conillt inun
In Italy Hnl Thus Thus l Ihltlnil h3Il8hIiC4l h3Il8hIiC4lROnle xplaiuc cel celRome I IRome
Rome May 28 SSpri Spring Sprin weather is still stiUpractically SUUpra4ttt stillpractically
practically pra4ttt ly unknown m bt Italy this year yearand yearaad yearand
and low temperatures prevail even m mthe Ja Jathe inthe
the South wtere as a rule the summer summerheat summerheat summerheit
heat sets let In with the month of May MayItalian MayItalian fay fayItalian
Italian astronomers and meteorologists meteorologistsdeny meteorolGcttadeny meteorologistsdeny
deny that the present abnormal atmos atmospheric atmospheric atinosliherlc ¬
pheric conditions are due to o Halley Ilalleyscomet Halleycomet IIalleyscomet
comet but the public generally Is I in inclined Inclined Indined ¬
clined to a contrary opinion and the fol following folJonb following ¬
lowing table ta We has been drawn ctra wn up of ofphenomena orphenomena ofphenomena
phenomena which hkh have accompanied its itsapearances ItsA Itaapearancee
apearances A apearancee1Fogs IIC IICloaFop S SlOStPogs
lOStPogs throughout thro bout the world orld and a apestilence apestUe apestilence
pestilence pestUe in Germany Germany114iJt GernmnyU45FI
114 114iJt Floods + ldoda OdS and nd storms in France and andGermany andGermany lid
Germany famine faml1n 1n m Austria utrla and scarcity scarcityIn ecarcttyIn
In Germany Germany1223Heavy GermanyHeavy GermanyI211eavy
1223Heavy Heavy hailstorm in Germany a
I great aartiHtuaae in In me Kfflne provinces provincesami JWOln pvlncenand s
and In Northern Italy Ital The city of ofBrescia orBreecla ofeacia I
J Brescia eacia destroyed A violent eruption of ofEtna orEtna ofEtna
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Germany Germany1X78 GermMYlli8BlUer
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and famine CamlneH famine146GSuniunea
1466 H 146GSuniunea CSumI1 Summer and autumn very wet wet e1 hot hotand botand hotand
and stormy st ntty summer Great earthquake earthquakeIn
In Italy I tal7 when wtela over 78U 70 0 persons were werekilled werekilled werekilled
killed killed1511FlOOda killed1151Floods
1581 1511FlOOda Floods during durin summer tidal Ucla I wave wavein wavein wavein
I in Flanders treat scarcity sad Jld famine in inSouthern inSouthern
Southern SouthCl Europe Enrona1OT EulOpellJfljUId Europe1gIllo
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exception of o ISngbutd nd where bere very vel saver saverFloods eevereJIOOJIs severe severeFloeis
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l ig1iot S25lot Iot rains rii during January And AndHoods and1l00iIs andIIOOIIs
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year Water famine amlne In Spain Spw n Heavy
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wo ucplttll r n National tinlll Theater lkcaerCtu1 rheaterChriattinla j jChrtetlania
Chrtetlania Ctu1 t1ania May ay 2SWilliam Archer Archerthe Mdterthe Archerthe
the dramatic critic ritie in reviewing the work workdone workclone workdone
done by the Norwegian National Theater Theatertetence Theaterdurtns Theaterduring
during the ten years euS It MS bei lit ft fttence oxistenee
tetence tence is emphatic In declaring that It Ithas Ithutalftl ithas
has hutalftl fclftUe Its ta purpose and fully repaid repaidthe repaidthe repaidthe
the energy and sacrifice thai went to its itscreation Itscrea itscreation
creation creationThe crea creationThe on onTbe
The National Theater ter has produced producedmore pnNIueedIft01e producedmore
more than W plays in its ten seasons 1 8ODS Of Ofthese Ofthese OftheSe
these M were Norwegian N a Danish DaDIIIbSWedJ 4 4Swedish ISwedish
SWedJ Swedish b 25 German C I French K J En Enlush Eng EaaItsh Engfish >
lush 5 Italian I Russian and 1 Greek Of Ofthe Ofthe Ofthe
the 6 French German and Italian pieces piecesli pIecesII
li were were operas the list including Glucks GlucksOrfeo Gluck GluckOOOrfeo Glucksoi
Orfeo oi fei Mozarts 1zs loart Don Giovanni GIo m Wag Wagners W Wners Wagnors
ners FUegende Hollander Hansel und undGretl uDdGretI nedGreti
GretI Faust Mignon Carmen CarmenCavallerta Car1DenOOCanllerta armen armencavallerta
Cavallerta Rusticana Mine me QHtter QHtterfly BjtterAy er
fly II Trovatore TrovatoreO Offenbachs < < eDbacla GrandDuchess Grand GrandDuchess OraDelDucbetls
Duchess and Brigands and OoTM OoTMMerry TheMerry The TheMerry
Merry Widow WidowMr Widowfr
Mr fr Archer has to cooess CODle that the last
I masterpiece was honored by most repre repreentat
sentations entat no less tea than 1 HI out of the tiledevoted 100 100devoted 0 0devoted
devoted to opera operaIbsen operalbeen operaibeen
Ibsen attained SIS g performances perf being
beaten by Bjornson with 39K Six x plays pia piaby
by Shakespeare were given the tbepopular most mostr mostpopular
r popular be being uA A Midsummer Nights NightsDream NightsDream lPt
Dream witb 4t1 35 performances performancesThe performaaeeThe performancesThe
The other English plays performed performedOlear were wer werCocai
Oscar Whiles Ideal Husband 21 C per performances pertormances performances ¬
formances liaddon Chambers Cbam1 +
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Quality Street 9 and Bernard Shows Shaw ShawDevil ShowsDevils
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in each eachXCMV eacbXc season seasoneiv
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the evening e Inc which hkh never tails to prove pMt i
entertainIng eutertaint The attractions at Old I i
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Hiss 11 iss Martha art ha Phillips Pl1 IIi 1S to Be BeRepresentatives BeReprcseiitativs
Ite Representatives re entatifes Bride BrideAn
An interesting engagement announce announceyesterday aD announcl announclyeerdy unll
yesterday Is that of Hiss Martha Phil Phiittpe Phillip Phillips
lip daughter of Mrs John obn C Phillip Phillipof Phi11i P1ii1iiof
of Boston Beet and Washington to Represent Representative 1teprfso Bepr s > nt ntatIn ntatire ¬
ative Andrew J Peters of Massachu Massachusetts Masstchusetta ¬
setts settaTb
TIle Tb me anBovncement cnme from tht ththome t h hhome
home of o the brideelects IMicIa alects mother Miss MissPhilttpB Ms MsPhlllim I
PhilttpB awl her mother mot aft re at Momine MomineFferm MoralleNertil MoraiieFarn2
Farn2 Fferm Kortk Beverly Mass spendir spendirTbe spendirthe spendtrThe
the SUIIIImI summerThe
The wMnr ueehaiiiv wm ink
in June at t N4rtb North Beverly The t hrd hrdded hrdc hrdclect > r < e eclect
j clect e lect is the sister sISterot sisterof of William Phillir PhiIllrcaedttary Phil1iraecftary
i secretary of the American embassy in inLondon inLon4IoI1 inLondon
London whose marriage to Miss II Carolin CarolinAshton Caro1inAsbton CsrolinAsbton >
Asbton Drayton DratOD of New York recently recentlytook recent recenttook recenti recentiook
took t place to Loodoon Loodoona LoDdoeeShe IondoeeShe
a She and her mother came eamett to Washing Washington Washlngtots Washingtoe
ton during Mr Phillips mp connection with withI withthe withthe
I the State Department They have been beenQuite bttfiCZVke beenuIie
Quite uIie prominent t at the Capital since then thenDorms thE1Dunne theaDuring
Dorms their first season in Washington Washingtonthey WMblng1Ithey WasliIngtihey
they t occupied tile old Qnay 1 bouse in K KI Kstreet Kstreet
I street streetBe streetB
Be B with 1tb the crowd and enjoy your you yourr1t yourr1tat lr lrat Itat
at Handle Highlands HighlandsGHAUGE HtabJand8CHA1iCE HighlandsCBAWCE
FoNtm Po t Cffee e Auditor lIelltor mooted Head ol olA 01AceH ofACWPIS3it
A ACWPIS3it ctMMtHt tH1I ants ts AsseulHtlon AsseulHtlonMerritt isecia s iatioi iatioiMerritt Hon HonMerritt
Merritt O Chance auditor of the Post Postoffice FWtoalee Post10ce
office 10ce Department t was elected preside presideof presityof preskeTt preskeTtf
of o f the Association of American Govern Government Goertment Governmeat ¬
ment Accountants at the annual meeting meetingen meUn meUnD meettnen
en D Friday night nightTweedate nightAIonso
A AIonso Tweedate District DI I1ct auditor wa wareelected was wasnelected t treeJecU4 >
reelected i vice president J L Wilm WiJmfth WiJmfthof W11metof th thof
of the Treasury Department l and K K S SHobtw SH SHobbs
Hobbs H of the Interstate In e Commerce Com Commission Commt CornmIrsion ¬
mission mt were elected treasurer an and l se serttary sei te teI
I rttary i i tmy respectively The association associationvoted uaodathnto ansocia t i n nvoted
voted to continue J 1 P Muller as editor editorof etlitnlor etlitrof
of Its magaitre magaitreI asgasineThe 1IIIe 1IIIeI
The retiring president pnlllcl lt Dr L G Pow Powers Powers Powore ¬
ers chief statistician of the census who whoterminated wh whcrininatel h htermt1Ulte1
terminated i an Incumbency of two years yearsdelivered year yeardeUered yearsdellvered
delivered an address declaring that i iaccountant i iaccountant i iaccountant <
accountant adhering hertas strictly Bt11ct1 to the thefunctional thefunctional
functional system 8 tem of setting up ao a acoURtsas acounts
counts coURtsas was an essential aid to the sov soveminent governinent n nttnment
eminent executive in determining 4letermtrl g tif t t tftd of e efleicucy
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