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Speaks Before Railroad Men Menat Menat Menat
at Terminal Banquet BanquetHE allquet allquetHE
Chairman Chairman of Interstate Commerce CommerceQonuuituion CODune CommerceQ0mu11340n eo eoQomml5llJon
Qonuuituion FIends for Social and andIndustrial andI andIudutr1n1
Industrial I ulustrlnl Cooperation but New NeW NeWYor NewYoz j jTorlc
Torlc Yor lc Representative Ursea Pres Preservation Preaervatlon Prezervatlon ¬
ervatlon of Individuality IndividualityBefore Iadlv1du Xdtv1duaI1tyBeoro J1ty J1tyI J1tyBeoro
Beoro a gathering of more than 300 300railroad 800rn11road 300TaflroLd
railroad men last night at the second an annual Mnaa1 annual ¬
nual banquet of Terminal Y M L C A ARepresentative A ARopreentaUve AI
I Representative William Sulzer of New NewYorjc NewYorc NewI
I Yorjc bitterly denounced tho principles principlesof
of socialism lnUsm and urged the preservaUon of ofindividuality atindtvlduaUty otindtviduftUty
individuality as opposed to centraliza centralization centrallzaUoa centralizatIon ¬
tion declaring 1eIirn that socialism meant ret retrogression retXO retrftression ¬
rogression rogressionMr XO rftressionfr 5slon 5slonbh
Mr fr Sulzer was the second speaker ot ofthe otthe otthe
the evening and ho drew his remarks remarksfrom remarksfrom remarksfrom
from tho address of Chairman Knapp of ofthe otthe oftho
the Interstate Commerce Commission Commissionwho CommIssionwho Commissionwho
who was the speaker of the evening Mr MrKnapp MrKnapp MrKnapp
Knapp pleaded for social and industrial industrialoooperation Industrialaooperat1on IndustrialcoOperaUOa
oooperation as the need of the age and andit andIt andIt
it was the advocacy of those principle principlethat prlnclplNthat
2 that the New York Representative took tookexception tookexception tookexception
Meaning of Socialism SocialismThe SoelnllamliTho SocinilimThe
liTho The gt p at t man of the Interstate Com Commerce Commerce Cornmarco ¬
merce Commission said Mr Sulzer Sulzerhas Sulzerhas Suizorhas
has advocated cooperation in Industrial Industrialand industrialand industrialand
and social life but I am opposed to the theiaaa theIJea theidea
iaaa as meant in has remarks remarksCooperation remarksCoopocatlon ronrnrksCooperation
Cooperation means centralization and andcentralization andN andciitrUzatlon
centralization N means socialism and so sociaitsni so soa1t1m sociaUem
ciaitsni a1t1m means death to progress and andretrogression andritrogr6t810n andrtrogres1on
retrogression of all human achievements achievementsI
I am not a socialist but I am 1m an in individualist IndivIdualist indlvldualist ¬
dividualist I would preserve the iden identity Identty identit3 ¬
tty of the individual at all hazards I Ido Ide Inot
do not want to see the identity of the In Individual Individual Individual ¬
dividual lost lo t in oooperation I would wouldrot wouldfiot wouldrut
rot have all men on a dead level for that thatih thntwhat thetwhat
ih what socialism would have I would wouldhave wouldhav wouldhav
have hav aach ach man stand distinct forging forgingahead torglngit forgingiead
ahead it iead ad one In competition of the other otherand otherm
t and m d all trying to press forward In a arlehteous arlchteoua aritcoug
rlehteous way to the goal of human as asirutlon asraUon asrtt1on
irutlon irutlonThe raUon raUonht rtt1onThe
The ht > first great gre t struggle of our coun country couny ¬
try y was for national liberty the second secondtv aeoondcrts
tv t crts as for human freedom and the next nexta nextarid nextrl
a arid ail the present great struggle is for forthe farthe forth
the th preservation of Identity of the indi individual Indlhlua1 mdiulual ¬
vidual hlua1 Th The last century has been one of ofi otIfntral1Uon
i Ifntral1Uon L c < n trails tJon The next will be one of ofiljstribution otIJ of4tributIon
iljstribution iljstributionTribute IJ 4tributIonTribute tribuUon tribuUonTribute
Tribute to Commission CommissionThen CommistfonThen ConmtssIonThtn
Then Mr Sulser turned his attention to toth toth toth
th work ork of the Interstate Commerce Commercei Commerceomtson
i oinrnlssion and paid a high tribute to its itsIP Itsri Itsr
IP ri r > i nbers and declared that it was one oneof oneIt oneof
of It the most significant pvernm government nt agen agenelfri agend agenIn agenIn
elfri elfriIn d
In opposing Judge Knapps Knapp s advocacy of ofi otfoleration ofieratlon
i foleration ooi ° ieratlon > eration Mr Sulzer Sub explained that thathe thatIe that1e
he accepted the word in the sense of ofVringing otrin oflnng1ng
Vringing rin lng together industrial and social socialjrcps SOCiAlf
jrcps f rcpS S as Z the first speaker had indicated indicatedDut Indicatedcut indicatediut
cut h he remarked If by the use of ofHIP otn ofi
HIP n f i word you mean cooperation In the theinn thevmdllo theinn
inn vmdllo < Ji iple8 > los as embodied in the Sermon SermonT
t > T Y the Mount then I I am for coopera cooperation ooopQlaHun oooporattn ¬
Hun but hutde If you mean a cooperation to toan toLr tod
an end d ot fcf afew f TS controlling contro1Un the many a af 0rw af
f rw w povamirtg g09 MttnS all Uand and a few owning all allto allL allt
to L t wealth v alth then I am opposed oppo oppoe to ooop ooopration ooopr ocopratlon
ration rationH r a Uon UonH
H R It Tolaon ohlGl1 was toastmaster and andintroducdag andlrtroductJag and1rtroduct1ng
introducdag Mr Knapp as thespe the speaker speakerof ker kerthe
of the evening said the railroad r men menWtre menwtre menwr
Wtre wr glad Iad d to know that he could find findtime findtie findtie
tie to leave his work to join oin them In a aFoclal aFvdal arial
Foclal hour hourMr hourMr hourMr
Mr Knapp made ma e a few remarks about aboutl
1 l < Iotas l mg a place of questionable re refi re refpJtabUltyand rertablitty
fi fpJtabUltyand rtablitty stability and then launched launch out in ina ina
a laudatory lautlat ry speech of tho railroad men ment
t t t the country declaring that no other otherclass oUtordlliB otherclas
class of man were doing more to con contribute contri eontrAbute ¬
tribute tri tJte to the progress of mankind than thanwere thanen thansere
were en the builders and operators of rail railroads rallro railrois ¬
roads ro
Depends on Transportation TransportationTh lransporlatlonuThe
uThe Th opportunity and progress of otman otmandeponds man mandepends juandepends
depends upon conveyance and transporta transportation transportation transportation ¬
tion said Mr Knapp and the th great greatest greatO8t greatoat ¬
est progress of humanity has followed followedthe fonowedthe followedthe
the trail of the steam engine There Theremust Theremust Theromeet
must come an end to this social and in industrial Industrial Industrial ¬
dustrial warfare that is going on and andit andIt andIt
it can only bo brought about by co coopsration cooperaUon ccopraUon
opsration There must be a closer affilia affiliation affill affilltlon afihliation ¬
tion of Interests and though some may maytry maytry maytry
try to build up legal barriers nothing nothingwill nothingwUl nothingvtIl
will be able to atop the federation of ofprogress ofrogro ofprogreas
progress s that must come with a closer closeroooperation oloseroooperaUonJI closerC
oooperation oooperationC
C W Galloway Gollow y superintendent of oftransportation ottranspor oftransportation
transportation transpor Uon of the Baltimore and Ohio Ohiomade Ohlemado Ohioado
made ado a a few remarks He said the public publicand pubUoand publicand
and the railroads were beginning to un understand understand understand ¬
derstand each other better batterOthers betterOthers betterOthers
Others who made brief brla addresses in inwhich Inwbleh Ini
i which the Y II C A A was praised for forits forUs forIts
its wonderful work were G O Smith Smithpresident Smithmldoot Smithprooldent
president mldoot of the Y M C A H n O Wil Williams WIllirn ¬
liams W K K Cooper A A M Keppol S SC 8 SC
C C McElroy George H Harries and an J M MRice MRIce MRice
Rice The banquet was held in the large largoBoolal largeeooial
Boolal room and the Y M ltL C A A parlors parlorswhich parlorswhich parlorswhich
which were deoorated In flags palms and andcut andcut andcut
cut flowers flowersRepublican flowersRepublionn tiowrsRepublican
Republican Smoker Postponed PostponedThe PostponedThe PostponedThe
The Naw York State Club was to have haveheld haehcld haveheld
held a smoker last night at their club clubrooms olubrooms clubrooms
rooms in the Union Trust Building BuildingOwing Bundlng9w1ng BuildingOwing
Owing to bad weather few members ap appeared apP apjuiared ¬
peared P IUed and it was wa decided to postpone postponethe postponethe postponethe
the entertainment The meeting ad adjourned adjourned adjourned ¬
journed about 9 oclock oclockV oclockY oclocky
Y M f O A Minstrel Show Tonight TonightBoy TonightBoy TonightBoy
Boy minstrels of the Y M C A A will willgive wtllgh wiltgive
give gh a show consisting of songs Jokes Jokesmonologues jokesmonologues jokesmonologues
monologues sketches and acrobatics in inthe IIIthe inthe
the mens gymnasium of the association associationbuilding assocIationbuilding associationbuilding
building tonight tonightlargest tonightLargest tonightt tonightLargest
largest Morning Circulation CirculationCapital CiroulationI CiroulationCnpStal CirculationCnpitsl
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Silver Storage that Protects Protectsyour ProtectsYUl Protectsyour
your silverware will be abso absolutely absolutely absolutely ¬
lutely safe in the fire and andburglar andburglar andburglar
burglar proof vaults of this thiscompany thisoompany thiscompany
company Write or phone for forour forour forI
I our speoial wagon Reason Reasonable Reasonable ¬
1 able rates ratesC7Bankittir ratesa7DnnktnJ ratesEYflanking
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420426 7th Street
417425 41 1425 Bib Street
5000 Yards of ofSILK oi oiSILK
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l 000 yards ot Silk In remnants remnantswill remnantswill
will be dfsnlayed on tables In our ourSilk ourSilk
Silk Deuartment today In the thetwo thetwo
two lots you ou will find silks ot all allkinds allkinds
kinds and colors All lengths from
1 yard to dress patterns ot 10 and
12 yards ards This sale for today only onlySilks onlySilks
Silks worth up to SLOO 100 a ayard 39c
yard at atsa atSilks
Silks worth up to 7o a ayard
yard > = sa at J JABE
It itOpportinity
Opportunity only knocks once and an then thenwere thenwere thenwere
were generally downtown lookln at a aperade apera aperade
perade pera e Th teller that wears suspenders suspenderswith 5uBpanderswIth suspenderswith
with his belt allus says free gratis
One Man M n Removed to Hospital and andOther andOther andOther
Other Looked Up UpJohn UpJohn Up3ohn
John V B Sherwood ShcrWood thirtytwo years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old old was beaten over the head with a abaton t tbaton abaton
baton by Policeman S B Kliendenst of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Fourth precinct while resisting ar arrest arrest arrest ¬
rest for disorderly conduct last night in inAmbush InAmbush inAmbush
Ambush court Sherwood was taken to tothe tothe tothe
the Emergency Hospital for treatment treatmentKliandenet troatmentKUenden treatmentZilendenet
Kliandenet t was attracted by the loud louddisturbance louddlsturbanoe louddisturbance
disturbance Sherwood was creating cr tfng in intho Intho Inthe
tho court When the officer placed him himunder himund himunder
under und r arrest Sherwood struck at him himAtter himAfter j jAfter
After a brief souffle the officer laid him himout himout himout
out with his baton batonSherwood batonSherwood batonSherwood
Sherwood sustained an ugly scalp ecalpwound eca1pwound scalpwound
wound woundAt woundAt woundAt
At Third street and Pennsylvania ave avenue avenue eweflue ¬
nue northwest Thomas Moran thirty thirtyflvo thlrtYftvo thirtyftvo
ftvo years old old was arrested for disorderly disorderlyconduct dsorderlyconduct dlaorderlyconduct
conduct Moran was being carried to the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police box under arrest I1ne t by b Policeman B BH III i iH
H Bosweli Boswell of the Sixth precinct sta station station etation ¬
tion As he neared the box he suddenly suddenlystruck sUddenlystruck suddenlystruck
struck at Boswell in an effort to break breakloose breaklooso breakloose
loose A rough and tumble fight followed followedMoran followedMoran ollowedMoran
Moran struck the officer in the face faceseveral faceseveral faceseveral
several times and tore his uniform but butMoran butMoran butMoran
Moran was overpowered He was locked lockedup 10ckedup Icakedup
up at the Sixth precinct staUon stationSTRA1OED staUonSTRANDED staUonSTBAIThED
Government Asked to Aid Montene lIontenegrin Montenegrin Montenegrin ¬
grin Laborers LaborersJust LaborersJU1lt LaborersJust
Just what to do with 250 Montenegrin Montenegrinlaborers Montene Montenegrinlaborers rln rlnlaborers
laborers who were imported into Alaska Alaskamonths Alaskl1months Alaskamonths
months ago and who are outof out ot of work workand war warand workand
and facing starvation at Cordova Alaska AlaskaIB
IB puzzling most of the government de departments departments dopartments ¬
partments Word was received receIv d by Gov GovClark GovClark QovClark
Clark of Alaska yesterday that the theMontenegrins theMontcnegrlns theMontenegrina
Montenegrins threaten trouble troubleInvestigation troubleInvestigation troubleInvestigation
Investigation at tho Department of ofState ofStato ofState
State brought no relief the Secretary of ofWar otWar ofWar
War could do nothing the Department Departmentt DepartmentJustIc
t Justice was powerless and the Secre Secretary Secretary Secretar ¬
tar tary of the Interior could not interfere interfereGov interfereGov interfereGov
Gov Clark has telegraphed for more de deI d dtallg dotails
I tails tailsI
Popular Novel to Appear Serially SeriallyIn
In The Washington Herald XloraldThe HeraldThe HeraldThe
The Washington Herald will shortly shortlybegin shortlybegin shortlybegin
begin the aerial publication of Mary MaryRoberts MaryRoberts MaryRoberts
Roberts Rineharts popular novel novelWhen novel novelWhen novelWhen
When a Man Marries MarriesFor MarriesFor MarriesFor
For months this novel has been tie tjiebast t1tebet tiebest
bet selling book in America AmericaIt AmericaIt
It has pleased thousands upon thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands Oi j readers readersMrs readorsMrs readersMrs
Mrs lUnohart IUn hart has gained the po poeition po position posltlon
eition of premier writer of mystery mysterystories mysteratorlc5 mysterystories
stories storiesBy atorlc5By storiesBy
By adding humor to mystery in inWhen InWhen in1Whon
When a Man Marries she has made madea
a unique place for herself In American Americanliterature Americanliterature Americanliterature
literature literatureIn
In this story the element of o humor humorruns humorruns humorruns
runs over and becomes fairly side sidesplitting sidespUttlng sidesplitting ¬
splitting splittingIt
It was from When en a Man Marries Marriesthat Marriesthat MarrIesthat
that the play Seven Days was wasx wasmn
x made mn e and It proved the biggest farce farcehit farcehit farcehit
hit that has struck Broadway in intwenty intwenty Intwenty
twenty years yearsReaders yearsReaders yearsReaders
Readers of The Washington Herald Heraldwill Horaldwill Heraldwilt
will find In Mrs RIneharts s charming
tale tal the most pleasing newspaper dl diversion dlversion dlversion ¬
version they have ever had It will bo boprinted boJr1nted beprinted
printed from day to day beginning on onJune onJune o oJuno
June 16 and no lover of good fiction fictioncan fictioncdn fictionCfln
can afford to miss a chapter of it itIndeed It ItIndeed itIndeed
Indeed onoe the first chapter Is Isread Isrea isread
read rea the reader will vIll find It impossible impossibleto
to do without the th succeeding chapters chaptersIt
It holds the interest from start to tofinish tofinish tofinish
finish finishRemember finishRemember finishRemember
Remember the date of the first in installment InstallmontWednesday instalimontWednesday ¬
stallment stallmontWednesday Wednesday June 15 15Leave 15Leavo 15Leave
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Cyclists Leg Broken BrokenThomas BrokenThomas BrokenThomas
Thomas H Sothers thirtyfive years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old living at 1905 Pennsylvania avenue avenuenorthwest avenuenorthw6t avenuenorthwest
northwest fell tram his bicycle at noon noonyesterday nooneserday noonyeaerday
yesterday at Eighth and H streets north northeast northeasl northeaef ¬
east easl sustaining a broken log He was
taken to tho Casualty Hospital for treat treatment treati treatmeat ¬
i ment
Will V ill Bold Big Meeting in inInterests illInterests inInterests
Interests of Cooperation CooperationAt
At a general meting of business men menand menand menand
and clerks of the departments held atj atjthe at atthe atthe
the Chamber of Commerce rooms yester yesterday yesterday j jday
day steps were taken to hold a gather gathering gatherIng gatherIng ¬
ing of all those Interested in the move movement movement movement ¬
ment in behalf of government clerks and anda anda anda
a committee was provided for to take the thenecessary thenecessary thenecessary
necessary aotlon at the Capitol to insure insurea
a hearing there thereTho thereThe
t tThe
The whole subject was dlsedssed dlso ed for forsome torsome forsome
some time U e In an Informal manner and andthe andthe andthe
the fact developed that a considerable considerabledifference conslderobloItternce considerableitfereuco
difference of opinion exists among Dmon the theclerks thoclerks theclerks
clerks and others as to what should be bedone bedone bedone
done In behalf of those who havo been beendischarged beendlsoharged beendischarged
discharged from the service as well a aregards IUI IUIregards asregards
regards the proposed retirement fund fundThe fundThe fundThe
The business men took the stand that thatif thatIt thatif
if anything worth while is to be accom accomplished accomplished accomplished ¬
plished it will be necessary for all to be beoorot becomt become
come united on a practicable course to topursue topursue topursue
pursue To this end the meeting sched scheduled scheduled scheduled ¬
uled for tomorrow night at tho old Ma Masonic Masonic Masonic ¬
sonic Temple was by motion postponed postponedto
to next Thursday night at 8 oclock oclockwith oclockwith oclockwith
with a view to giving it wider publicity publicityto
to give time to secure speakers and to togive togive togive
give tho movement greater Impulse than thancould thancould thancould
could be done on the short time inter intervening L1tervenlng intervening ¬
vening between yesterday and tomorrow tomorrownight tomorrownight tomorrownight
night nightAn nightAn nightAn
An effort will ill be made to secure a alarge alorgo alarge
large attendance of government clerks at atthis atthis atthis
this meeting especially those who have havedivergent h2vedivergent havedivergent
divergent views viewi regarding ways and andmeans nndmenns andmeans
means to assist the government em employes employ08 employos ¬
ployes in the hope that a a workable plan plancan plnncan plancan
can be developed to bring all views into intounison II1tounison intounison
unison unisonLouis unisonLoul6 unisonLouis
Louis P Shoemaker chairman of the thebusiness thebusinees thebusiness
business mens mohs organization said after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the meeting yesterday that the minor de details detan dotails ¬
tan tails of the proposed meeting would be beworked beworked beworked
worked out today and that appropriate appropriatecamralttaag approprlotecommltttu appropriatecommittees
camralttaag would be appointed Includ Including Includine including ¬
ing a reception committee to bo in at attendance attQndanco attondanco ¬
tendance to receive those who may at attend ottond attend ¬
tend tendBACK tondBACK tendBAOK
7i New vf Orlcnnn Man Inn Will Keep In InTon InTouch inTouch
Ton Touch eh frith Congress CongressT GonlTe
T Panama Thompson special spe nt agent agentof agentof agentof
of Now Orleans came to Washington Washingtonagain Washingtonagain Vashlngtonasaln
again yesterday to keep tab on the Con Congressional CongrosslcmAl Congressional ¬
gressional committee having the Panama PanamaCanal PanamaCanftl PanamaCanal
Canal Bxposttlon 1 ttlon in charge chargeNow chargofNew chargeNow
fNew Now Orleans wants Congress to ap apjprova approvo approve
jprova provo her claims aa a the most logical logicalpolat loglcnIpotat logicalpoint
point said Mr Ir Thompson We are areputting areputtln areputtin
putting up 14009000 4IOOtOO now and possibly possiblymar possiblYmare possiblyniors
mar mare later It Is a a case where the whole wholei wh010State wholeState
i State pledges its interest in the expo exposition expoSItion oxpoettlon ¬
sition by imposing a direct dlr Qt tax upon uponi uponitl81t uponttsIf
i itself
Opens June 22 2In = In H HAn 1I of Legion of ofIioynl ofLo1
5 Loyal Women WomenArrangements WomenArrangements VomcnArrangements
Arrangements Arrangements have been completed for forthe fortho forthe
the twentyfourth annual encampment of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Maryland and District division of ofSons ofSons ofSons
Sons of Veterans U S So A A which will willopen willopen willopen
open Juno 22 at 10 oclock In the hall of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Legion Legi n of Loyal Women 419 Tenth Tenthstreet Tenthstreet Tenthstreet
street streetHotel streetHotel streetHotel
Hotel provisions are being made by E BP EF EF
F Warner commander of Lincoln Camp CampNo CampNo CampNo
No 2 1C51 1 51 Kraomer place pl ce northeast and andH andH andH
H H W Rutledge commander of William WilliamB
B Cushing Camp No 30 4000 Kansas Kansasavenue Kansasavenue I Iavenue
avenue northwest northwestVISITOR northwestVISITOR northwestVISITOR
Police Seek Three Confidence ConfidenceMen ConfidenceMen ConfidenceMen
Men as Robbers RobbersClarence RobbersCltLronce RobbersClarence
Clarence Davis of Glen Allen Va who whohas whohas whohas
has been spending a few days on a a pleas pleasure pleasure pleasure ¬
ure trip in Washington was the victim victimof victimot victimof
of an old bunco game yesterday after afternoon atternoon afternoon ¬
noon noon when three men with whom he hehad hehad hehad
had been matching quarters relieved him himof himot himof
of J9 J9Davls i5 i5Davis S SDavis
Davis reported his loss to the police policeof policeot policeof
of the First precinct with a full descrip description description deseription ¬
tion of each man He said he fell fe1l1n in with withthem wIththem withthem
them when they showed signs of friendli friendliness frlondUnCfS friondlinoes ¬
ness and after some sightseeing and andamusement andnmusellont andamusement
amusement one of them suggested that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they 10 0 to a hotel The party spent spentsome sI spentsome fntsomo >
some time in a room where they theymatched theyInotched theymatched
matched quarters part of the time to topass toIIIWS topass
pass away tho hours Davis claims cl1 ms the thestrangers thestrangers thestrangers
strangers tricked him and disappeared disappearedOne disappearedOne disappearedOne
One is about live feet nine inches tall tallabout taIlabout tallabout
about twentyseven years od od wore a alight 0llght alight
light suit and straw hat has dark hair hairand hairand hairand
and eyes and smooth face fooi another la laflvo 115five isfive
five feet four inches tall weighs about aboutl25
125 12 pounds had on a blue suit suit straw hat hatwith hatwith hatwith
with turnup brim and has three fingers fingersmissing fingersmissing fingersmissing
missing from the left hand The last Is Isflvo Islve isfive
five feet sis inehea tall about thirtYfivE thirtyflveyears thirtYfivEyears thirtyfiveyears
years old red hair and florid complexion complexiontannish complexiontannish complexiontannLsh
tannish brown raincoat and black derby derbyhat derbYhat derbyhat
Builders Say They The Will Employe EmployeIfonmilon Empoyeonunlon Employeonnnlon
Ifonmilon onunlon Men MenUp llcnUp MenUp
Up to a late hour last night no agree agreement agreement agreemont ¬
ment had been effected between betwee the theBuilders theDuU theBuilders
Builders DuU ors League and the Brotherhood of ofCarpenters otCarpenters ofCarpenters
Carpenters which declared a strike Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day The builders say they will insti institute tnsUtute instituto ¬
tute open shops shop8i and secure nonunion nonunioncarpenters nonunioncar nonunioncarpenters
car carpenters enters before they will accede to tothe tothe tothe
the demands while the carpenters affirm affirmthat affirmthat affirmthat
that the builders will be unable to seouro securereliable seouroreUablo seouroreliable
reliable workmen workm p and state they refuse refuseeven refuseevon refuseeven
even to consider a compromise They Theyclaim Theyclaim Theyclaim
claim all striking carpenters have bean beanoffered beQnottered beanoffered
offered employment by builders buU ers not affil affiliated amllat8d affiliated ¬
iated with the league About 100 men are areout areout areout
out i
Reply to Wife of Department Employe EmployeD Employe EmployeBy
I > In your pp paper r of June 6 objections are arebrought arebrousht arebrought
brought against the proposed retirement retirementplan rotlromentplan retirementplan
plan by the wlfo of a department em employe employo employo ¬
ployo in which she makes reference to toma tome tome
me as having boors instrumental ln trumentalln in bring bringing bringInG bringlag ¬
ing forward the plan favorably reported reportedby reportedby reportedby
by the House Hou committee O lDmttt6e and Bays BaysWill 005Will naysWill
Will Mr Brown publicly state his hisprivate hisprlvate hisprivate
private opinion as to whother ho or any anytrue MYtrue anytrue
true American wants a selfconalltuted selfconalltutedguardian seltconzsl selfconstitutedguardian ftuted ftutedguardian
guardian to dictate the disposal of his hispersonal hispersonal hispersonal
personal earnings or private affairs affairsNo affairsNo affairsNo
No I do not not theoretically want to be bedictated bedictated bedictated
dictated to in the matter of my private privateaffairs prhntoa1alrs privateaffairs
affairs And yet I submit to it as does doesevery doosevery doesevery
every good citizen not only willingly but butgladly butgladly butgladiy
gladly gladlyI
I do not think the army the navy navythe navytho navythe
the police the poorhouse the peniten penitentiary penitentiary penitentiary ¬
tiary or the madhouse Ideal institutions institutionsbut InsUtutionsbut InsUtutlonsbut
but in our present state of society they theyseem theyBeem theyseem
seem to be as necessary as I think a acompulsory 0compulsory acompulsory
compulsory savings scheme is for civil civilemployes civIlomployoo civilemployee
employee and they are generally re regarded re regarded rogardod ¬
garded as beneficent institutions and we weall weall weall
all pay taxes taX 8 to help maintain them themI
I have stated both publicly and pri privately priyately privately ¬
vately that that theoretically there Is noth nothing nothing nothlag ¬
ing to be said in favor of forcing a a man manto manto manto
to save his money moneynothing nothing except the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement that ug a a member of society societyhe societyhe societyhe
he is under obligations to so conduct conducthimself conducthimsol conducthimself
himself as not to be a burden on the therest thereat therest
rest of society Since the possibility possibilityis
is recognized of his making a claim on onsociety onE onsociety
E society ety then society has some right to todictate todlotate todiotate
dictate what his conduct shall be beI booI beI
I defined my position in this matter to tothe tothe tothe
the beat of my ability abl11 I two years ago agoin agoin agoin
in an n address at the biennial meeting meetingof
of the National Assembly of Civil Serv ServSco Sorv1CQ ServICO
Sco Commissions Commi slona held at Chicago when whenI
I said this thisPwwmaHy thIsPenorWlr thisPerMLslly
PwwmaHy I feel that the > Metl plea of retire retirenwot rUreat retiremeet
meet for drll serrtce errk employes noyes would be no mire rstlreaect miremeat retiremeet
meat pten at all but a sjeiwi which l included two twotnngj
tnngj Pint l1Qt a government willing to pay ay tahnea
kiB lens enough eeecsit to wpport the employes in dignity dl l and andopfflfort SIndeomtort andeseetort
opfflfort eomtort daring d J1ng their tenure of office and to enable
1 them to lay by something for tie prorerbial rainy Z1 Dl
day 4 and second second a body of employes so thrifty tl1rl1tyend thriftyezi
I cod protidat and altogether al lhe imswoadiablo ai 11 11t1GfiJl asDoTer
1 corer to ba guilty of speadtotf ft penny that would wouldb wouldbit uculdbe
bit b acceptable at a savings 1ngs bonk Under thoae coo cooditkwa coo41tfoDlJ o oditian
ditkwa we should l oo1d haw ha no problem of superannua superannuation superumuaUoo auperannuaUse ¬
Use in the gorennnent errice but until Uut ail ailkooiam mJem roiliwelsm
kooiam Jem am of Oongmlwua gscortslty oroo1ty and prirato ricato thrift thriftshall thrlftshall thriftshall
shall dawa the aged clerk must either retire re > Jre to want wantand wantand wantand
and perhaps 5 charity or also ba CUrled along alan in inoffloa inomoo inothea
offloa by rirtual charity to the detriment of the thewntea tleseni theMnice
wntea seni IB otiwr words we are confronted by a acondition aeooditlon acoedition
condition and not DOt1I a theory theoryWhat theoryWhat theseyWhat
What is the condition which confronts confrontsus
us A twohorned dilemma On the one onehand onehand onehand
hand a civil service made inefficient inefficientor
or at least below the highest standard of ofefficiency ofefficiencyby ofefficiencyby
efficiency efficiencyby by reason of the presence of ofmany ofmony ofmany
many aged and infirm employes no nolonger nolonger nolonger
longer able to do a full days work That Thatis Thatis Thatis
is a wrong which effects us all for wo wotho wethe o otho
tho people the taxpayers and citizens citizensof cItizensot citizensof
of thIs country constitute tho govern government government government ¬
ment It is not something that concerns concernsonly concernsbnlY concernsOnly
only a few heads or departments here In InWashington 1nWashington InWashington
Washington or only the loaders of the thedominant thedominant thedominant
dominant political party It Is a wrong wrongthat rongthat
i that bears on every man woman and andchild andchild andchild
child listed by tho censustaker and its itscontinuance ItsconUnuance itscontinuance
continuance means grave and persistent persistentinjury persistentInjury persistentinjury
injury to the Ideal of good government governmentin
in every hamlet of the country countryOn countryOn countryOn
On the other hand if that abuse Is lacorrected Iscorrected iscorrected
corrected by the elimination of nIl the theold thoold theold
old and unfit from the public service serviceInjustice serviceInjustice serviceinjustice
Injustice Is done to many faithful public publicservants pubUservants publicservants
servants whose only fault is that of old oldage oldage oldage
age They are thrust out of office at attho ntthe atthe
the very time when they most need the thecertain thecertain thecertain
certain emoluments of office and ono onodoes anadoes onedoes
does not have to live long in Washington Washingtonto
to realize keenly the cruelty cruoit and tragedy tragedyof
of such situations situationsWhat situationsWhat situationsWhat
What scheme can be devised dev1sedIn in Justice Justiceto
to both the public and the public servant servantthat sorvantthat servantthat
that will solve the problem for both bothThera bothThera bothThere
Thera are only two general classes of ofplans ofplans ofplans
plans possible 1 1 Either some form of ofcivil ofolvil ofcivil
civil pension requiring that the retiring retiringallowances reUrlngallowances retiringaUowanCes
allowances be paid out of the Federal FederalTreasury FederalTreasurY FederalTreasury
Treasury in other words out of taxes taxescollected taxescollected taxescollected
collected indirectly by the national gov government government govcrument ¬
ernment from people all over the country countryor
or 2 some form of general fund pro providing providing providing ¬
viding that retiring allowances be paid paidfor paidor ald aldtor
for or by contributions from the employes employessalaries employessnIar1es employessalaries
salaries salariesThe snIar1esThe salariesThe
The wife of the thocivil civil employe writing writingto
to The Washington Herald would evi evidently evIdently cvidently ¬
dently solve the problem by establish establishing cstabllshInS establishtug ¬
InS a s civil pension for she ho says lilt If Jt itL
Is right to retire the naval and military militaryemploye mUitaryomploye militaryemploye
employe who in those e days of peace peaceeeo pOftcefieo peaceeec
eec little Utt1 war and who have not received receiveddisability reeeiveddlsnblUty receiveddisability
disability nor wound then it is just to toretire torotlre toretire
retire civil employes with pay from the thesame tho8Ome thesame
same fund fundI
I agree with 1th her there but I hold also alsothat alsothat aisothat
that two wrongs do not make a right rightI
I hold that pensions are always mischiev mischievous mlscbleOUS miscblevcue ¬
ous I believe the time will come comen comenhundrad comeahundred a ahundred
hundred years from now perhaps pMhapswhen pMhapswhencompul100 perhapswhencompulsory when whencompulsory
compulsory savings schemes will super supersoda supersede supersods
soda pensions not only in the civil ser services S6 S6vlcQS sovices ¬
vices of the world but in the military militaryand mfUtaryand militaryand
and naval services as well If armies and andnavies andnav105 andnavies
navies ore still necessary when that time timecomes timecomes timecomes
comes Nor Is this suggestion so un unprecedented unpreco Unprecoilented ¬
precedented preco ente as some readers may think thinkIn thinkIn thinkIn
In 1SSS tho British parliament appointed appointeda
a select committee to inquire into the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject of national provident insurance insuranceThis InsuranceThis insuranceThis
This committee spent two years ears investi investigating Inostgating lnvostlgating ¬
gating conditions imposed by various variousprivate variousprhato variousprivate
private employers of labor upon those in intheir Intholr Intheir
their employment in order to provide for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their superannuation and came to tho thoconclusion thoconclusion theconclusion
conclusion that all parsons hereafter ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed to the service of the Crown Crownwhether Crownwhother Crownwhether
whether civil or military whose service serviceat serviceat serviceat
at present counts toward pension should shouldcontribute shouldcontribute shouldcontribute
contribute toward that pension by a per percentage percentaCO perccntago ¬
centage deduction from salaries or pay payIt payIt payIt
It was not merely because of the heavy heavyburden heavyburden heavyburden
burden imposed on tho public by the thegrowing thegrowing thegrowing
growing pension list U t that they recom recommended recommonded recommended ¬
mended tho change but they noted that thattho thattho thattho
tho enterprises of private individuals individualsand individualsand Individualsand
and firms Indicate the advantage of self selfhelp seltholp selfhelp
help as a condition of employment employmentI
I am opposed to pensions payable out outof outot outof
of the public Treasury not merely be because because because ¬
cause I believe that such sucb a system syst m who whoever whoever whoever ¬
ever is the beneficiary whether soldier soldiersailor soldiersaUor soldiersailor
sailor policeman teaoher or deportment deportmentclerk deportmentclerk departmentclerk
clerk Is unfair to tho public but be because because because ¬
cause in the long run it is harmful to tothe tothe tothe
the beneficiary himself We hoar much muchIn muchIn muchIn
In this discussion about the good exam example exampl examplo ¬
plo pl set the government by the large pri private prIvate privato ¬
vate corporations In giving gidn pensions out outright outright outright ¬
right to their employes 8mplo 8II A little closer closeranalysis closeranalysis closeranalysis
analysis of that giving might help the thecivil thecivil thecivil
civil employes and all other employes to tounderstand tounderstand tounderstand
understand why the establishment establlshm nt of a apension apension apension
pension system by their employers employerswhether employerswhcther cmployorswhether
whether the government or a private privatefirm privatafirm privatefirm
firm Is to the employes disadvantage disadvantageDoes disadVantageDoes j
Does any government clerk believe that thatthe thfttthe thatthe
the Steel Corporation or the Ponnsylj Ponnsyljvanla Pennsl Pennslvania Ponnsylvania
vania Railroad is run for philanthropic philanthropicpUrJoses philanthropicpurposes i ipurposes
purposes On the contrary e ntrary he should shouldknow shouldknow shouldknow
know that If the masters of those great greatindustries greatIndW3trles greatindustries
industries prefer to give their employee employesstraight emploosstraight employeestraight
straight pensions rather than impose on onthem onthem onthem
them a compulsory savings system it itIs ItIs itis
Is not because they love their employes employesmore employesmore employeemore
more but because they find it to the theprofit theprofit theprofit
profit of the corporations to do BO The Thecorporations Thecorn Thecorporations
corporations corn orations look on pensions p nslons as a form formof formot formof
of strike insurance Through them they theyhold the thehold theyhold
hold mon who would otherwise strike for forbetter forbetter forbetter
better wages or shorter hours but who whofoar whofoar whofear
foar to do so because thereby they run runthe runthe runthe
the risk of forfeiting their pensions pensionsInstead pensionsInstead pensionsInstead
Instead of being sought pensions should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be regarded with disfavor by working worklngmejv workingm workingmen
mejv m men because they mean lower wages wagesaffa wagesafl wagesafi
affa afi lessened independence and their theirj theirleaders theirleaders
j leaders should teach the laborers of the thocountry tbooountry thecountry
country to insist on employers paying payingthem poyIngthem payingthem
them adequate wages In the first place placeand placend placeand
and nd then administering In place of pen pensions penstone ¬ I Islons
stone thrift funds based on compulsory compulsorysavings compulsorysavIngs compulsorysavings
savings savingsThe savIngsThe savingsThe
The fact that a pension robs the bene beneficiary beneficiary beneficiary ¬
ficiary of his Independence is the only onlysound onlysound onlysound
sound argument that can be adduced in infavor Infavor Infavor
favor of the pension p nslon for the army and andnavy ondnavyfor andnavyfor
navy navyfor for military discipline which Is Isnecessary Isnecessary isnecessary
necessary and desirable in the army and andthe andthe andthe
the navy is secured at the price of in individual Indlvl Individual ¬
dividual dlvl ual independence Does the wife of ofthe ottho ofthe
the civil employe who craves a a pension pensionif pensiontor pensionfor
if for or her husband from the government governmentwant governmentwant governmentwant
want him to be subject to military die discipline dlsclpllno diecipline ¬
cipline in his work Do the free work workmen workmen workmen ¬
men of the country want a pension at atthe ntthe atthe
the expense of their personal liberties libertiesIf lIbertles1 lIbertles1It
If the wife of the employe objects to a acompulsory acompulsory acompulsory
compulsory savings scheme as dictatorial dictatorialand dIctatorltlland dictatorialand
and paternalistic she will find on analy analysis analysis analYats ¬
sis that the straight pension Is much muchmore muchmore muchmore
more so soThe soThe soThe
The chief mischief of the pension is isthat Isthat isthat
that It means wages below the current currentmarket currentmarket currentmarket
market price This has been proved to tobo tobe tobe
be tho fact beyond all question of a adoubt 0doubt adoubt
doubt by the history of pension schemes schemesIn schemesin schomesIn
In other countries A A pension system systemC systemI
1 sm I
l LThj This Mornin MorninSaks Morning MorningSaks
Saks J Company Place on Special SaleAbout Si SiAbout Sale SaleAbout
About 250 of Their Regular 82500 2500 52800 52800and 28 28Its 28OO 28OOand
and 3000 3OOOSuits 3OOOSuits1If217L Suits SuitsFor
1If217L 1If217LIpZZri For 2175 2175Its
4 w1y L Its It s a sale meriting the most earnest con consideration considerationfor conw1y ¬
4 L sideration siderationfor for every Suit in the lot is from fromour fromour fromtq
tq our REGULAR stock stockSaksmade Saksmade and guar guaranteed guaranteed guarl guar7y ¬
7y 11 anteed with all the backing that would be beyours beyours beI
t t yours if you paid the regular price Theyre all allpatterned allpatterned
c 2 patterned effects effectsGray Gray and other desirable desirableshadings desirableshadingsbut desirableS
S shadings shadingsbut but in those exclusive patterns and andthose andthose andl
those distinctive models that stamp stamp them of ofthe oft 7 7the
t l p the highest grade gradeJust gradeJust > i iJust
Just as superior superior as you know the Saks SaksClothing Sa SaClothing SaksS >
S Clothing to be beof of that importance is this re reduction reduction reI ¬
I duction to you youfor for the saving is is actual a tual Not Nota
I a collection of odds and ends endsbut but a complete completeassortment completel T Tassortment
assortment assort ent of sizesaks sizes sizesPENNSYLVANIA
l aks Q1 1t1PmtJ
may be established in tho beginning as asit asIt asit
it was In England as a pure gratuity gratuitybut gratuitybut gratuitybut
but it comes In time to be taken Into ac account ac account nocount ¬
count In fixing salarios The pensionable pensionableemploye paoslcmableemploye pensionableemploye
employe In England baa been proved to toreceive toroooi toreceive
receive roooi less compensation than the non nonpensionable nonpensionable nonpensionable
pensionable Not all employee live to topensionable topensionable topensionable
pensionable age in fact statistics show showthat showtltl1t shQwthat
that only one out of o t seven In the English Englishservice Englishservice
service lives and remains In the th service serviceto servlceto serviceto
to age During Du lng the years y s
that the pensionable employe is workIng wontingfor workIngfor workIngfor
for less than the market mark t wage hl hlcl family familyhas familyhns familyhas
has just so much l lese s to live on than they theywould theywould theywould
would have were he a nonpensionable nonpensionableemploye nonpeIMJlonableomploye nonpensionableoznploye
employe and if ho dies or leaves the theservice theservice theservice
service before reaching pensionable ag aghis age agehis agehis
his family has absolutely abiOlutel no return for forall forall forall
all those years of o deprivation Under a acompulsory 0com1ulsory acompulsory
compulsory savings scheme the tendency tendencywould tendencywould tendencywould
would be to effect an increase in his hissalary hissalary hissalary
salary in the first place and in case of ofdeath otdoath ofdeath
death or separation from the tb service a afull atull afull
full return of his savings Is made to his hisfamily blsfamny hisfamily
family In tho first case there Is a the theoretical the theoretIcal theoretical ¬
oretical though no less real contribu contribution contribution contribution ¬
tion which la nevor returned in the sec second BOOond sacend ¬
ond place there Is an actual contribu contribution contribution contribution ¬
tion which is always returned returnedI
I feel sure that t that at if the wife of the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department emoloye really understood understoodthe
the proposed plan sho would become becomeone becomeone becomeone
one of Its advocates instead of its op opponent opponent opponent ¬
ponent That she does not understand understandIts
Its chief provisions is clear from some someof someot someof
of her statements She evidently be believes be beJlaves beHaves ¬
Haves that the plan an provides for a pool pooling pOOlIng poollag ¬
ing of funds and for forfeiture of con contributions contrlbuUonsproctlcos contributlonspracticos ¬
tributions trlbuUonsproctlcos practices I have always op opposed op opposed opposed ¬
posed Numerous contributory retire retirement retirement retiremont ¬
ment clans have boon tried that are areshown areshown areshown
shown to be unsound or Inequitable Inequitablebnt Jnequltab1ebut inequitablebut
but I believe that this one will meet meetevery meetevery meetevery
every test The report which I have haveprepared nBveprepared haveprepared
prepared for tho committees In Con Congress Congress Congross ¬
gress and which has not yet et been pub published published publisbed ¬
lished explains every detail In the sim simplest simplest aimplest ¬
plest language I can command and sets setsforth sotsforth setsforth
forth the principles on which each one oneof oneot oneof
of those details Is based I regret that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the lady lad writing to Tho Herald has not notgiven notgiven notgiven
given her name name for I should like to Bend Bendher Bendher sendher
her a copy of that report when it is iaavailable isQvaUable Isavailable
available and other reports concerning concerningthe concerningthe concerningthe
the experience of foreign countries so sothat sothat sothat
that she may Judge for herself how mis mistaken mi mitaken mistaken ¬
taken she has been She Sh Bays for in instance Instance instance ¬
stance If a 1600 1600 clerk Is making time timepayments timepaments timepayments
payments of 30 30 per month on his home homeand homeand homeand
and the compulsory plan deducts ap approximately ap approximately approximately ¬
proximately 15 per month from his pros present pI68ent prosout ¬
ent salary how ivlll he meet hlg hi pay payments payments paymonte ¬
ments mentsI T TI
I do not know where she gets her herfigures herfigures herfigures
figures for at no age below sixtynine sixtyninewould sixtyninewould sixtyninewould
would a deduction of 515 15 a month be bemade bemade bemade
made from a salary of 13333 13333 a month monthOnly monthOnly monthOnly
Only at the highest possible age that of ofsixtynine ofsixtynine ofsixtynine
sixtynine would the rate of deduction deductionbe
be 112 per cent of salary which would wouldamount wouldamount wouldamount
amount to 1493 a month on a salary of ofI0o
1800 a year ear That deduction would be beexacted beexacted beexacted
exacted however for only one year In InI InConsderatlon Ineonsderaflon
I consideration for to that deduction the em emi emplore employe
i ploye would then be able to retire under underSenate underS underSenate
Senate S nate bill 1944 the Perkins bill which whichis
is the form of my plan that I consider considermost considermost considermost
most Just to the old employes on an an annuity annult annuity ¬
nuity nult of 720 720 If he had been 4n in the serv service servIce service ¬
ice thirty years an annuity of 960 960if 960If dO dOif
if ho had been In the service serviceforty servIoeforty serviceforty
forty years and so on In other otherwords otherwords otherwords
words in consideration of his saving ISO ISOfor iSO 180for iSOfor
for one yearthe year the government would pay
him 400 per cent a year on that saving
for the rest of his life provided ho had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been thirty years in the service or ES3 ES3per 003por 533par
per cent a year ear if he had been em employed employed employed ¬
ployed forty years It would be hard to tofind tofind tofind
find at age ag sixtynine a better Investment Investmentfor
for twelve monthly Installments of 15 15each 15each 15each
each Under the Glllett bill the maxi maximum maximum mastmum ¬
mum annuity to which the government governmentwould govornmentwould governmentwould
would contribute Is 800 The employe employewould emploOwould employowould
would then receive 600 a year for the therest therest therest
rest of his life in return for the 1SO 1SOcontributed 180 180contributed 150contributed
contributed Even with that limitation limitationhis lImitationhis limitationhis
his contribution would yield Ield him a re return return return ¬
turn of 333 per cent a year for the th rest restof restot restof
of his life lifeOf lIfcOf lifeOf
Of course comparatively few or the theemployes theemployes theemployee
employes are sixtynine years of age ageThe
The great majority are under forty years yearsof yearsof yearsof
of age Between the ages of twenly and andforty andtorty andforty
forty the rate of deduction from salary salaryranges salaryrnhges salaryrahges
ranges from 43 to 65 per cent cent or on a asalary asal asalary
salary sal rT of 1600 from 573 13 to 868 868AMSAYS 866mmmmmnuummtUnttmUmU 368xx
mmmmmnuummtUnttmUmU mmmmmnuummtUnttmUmUU1
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First Lieut SOLOMON P KLOTZ Medial E EMTTO Be BeMJTO e eserve
serve Osrr is boncraWy disobKSWi from the thezerrics thoIm1eo theierree
zerrics ierree of tho United States to take erect ect Au Aunut Augut Angoat
gut nut 1 1 U1 U1Bri 1910Brig ltfi ltfiBrig
Urtt Uutkd I States ansi ann and Majs rASa TOLU WILLIAM WILLIAMUAAN f 4 4BAAN f
HAAN Coast Artfficrr ArtIllery Corps and WILLIAM WILLIAMD
D CONXOK Con Corps of Engineers win proceed proceedto
to Barton n llaaa on e or about June U 11 WO 15 for tortia forthe forthe
of the Ivt IvtUsual N NU Natiend
the purposo of attendlaa a a meeting t
Usual Lend Def Defense ua Board BoardSpedal DoardS BoaniSeciaI
Spedal S cedars d ra relatine rel to Gipt J L MirLABD LIT LITTLE LITTLE LITThE ¬
ThE TLE Tweatyefebth Infantry I is mottd mottdBpeetel reToleedSeal oked okedStCek1
Seal orders relating to First Uent GAD MOB MOBCAN MOnGAN MDIIGtN
CAN Serenth Infantry 1 1J 1JSpoo rcroteL rcroteLWTO rcioederdir
Spcadal orders relating NlaUD to Second Heat L1 t STEPHEN STEPHENW WTO CT CTSpcadal
W WINFREE VI TREB Ninth inth CavikUy 1 fs Teroked TerokedFirst xeirocdPint o1ted o1tedF1nt
First Liwt BVBUBTT BVBR rr 8 B McCLSLLAND dcer LLA1D MIdI MedJeal MIdIcaI MedSad
eal Kwerrs Corps li honorably discharged from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the wrrico r el the Bulled Statea tatei to take tBesS tBesSAacutt effecAUCUK efe efeAugust
August 1 1 19 19Leve 191i 191iLe18 191 191Lete
Leve of i boue eaosa 1 for two months and fifteen tJ fifteuto day dayto J Jto
to take effect on or about bout Jtrno uno 13 1919 13l W WEranted 1J 1JiTUStM isrtntsd
Eranted rtntsd Lieut Cal JOHN S MALLORY RY Elor Eloreoth ortIDth Elerseth
seth Infantry InfantryTiw IstautryThe 7 7T1w
TER to d duty ty ia L tho ofioo coc of the Cbid Chfcfd Staff Staffif
if announced announcedThe aDDOGDCtdT1te nnoncedThe
The following changes In the aislcnacnt t of atof officers officersof cers cerse
of e Uw Coast Artfllery arts are ordered capt CptBDWABB captBDWARD CaptBDWABD
BDWABB P POWERS i b teUeTed Uered from a usIgno usIgnomeBt assi5tbmest si n nrseat
rseat to the Foorteentli Company and placed on onU onu onthe
u the U > uaasstgaed list 1 to take effect < Acpat crrt 13 13Capt 15M
191 M Capt WILLIAM WILLIA F STEWART Jr 1 is istransferred 1Jtmatlemd istreneferred
transferred from tha IWth Company xApRnl to the Four Foarteetfh Fourteeoth Fourteeath
teetfh Company Com to take effect August 15 15 1310 1310Navnl 191 191Novn1 1315Naval
Naval Order OrderTfee Orderlh OrdersThe
The frflowteg orders hara been issued issuedCtecKKutder uedO laaiedCenroander
CtecKKutder O F COOPER COOP detached detw ± ed duty du dutyaesel coca cocaaand comJUDd
JUDd Ooltlc C ltic Uc to duty command Marietta MariettaCommander Marletta MariettaC
0 C Commander A5tM F K K HILL LL detached duty dutYMartattal comTnana comTnanaMartottAi coauaDdYartottAr
MartottAi to duty canrerenco Natal War Cdlega CdlegaNewport Cd1tg8N CceNewport I
Newport N R It I ILfeat II4eIIt IIdeut
Lfeat Commander J F HINES detached dutY dntyNaval dutYN dutyNaval I
Naval N Ani Acadeay Annapolis Md to duty coa coafftreoce mlfCf1C8 cxifemea I
fftreoce Natal War College O ge Newport N B It I ILieut IIJeut ILient
Lieut Commander C T OWENS OWE S commlssloaeda commlssloaedaIkutanaat Xhd td a alkutAwnt a1tentiant
Ikutanaat commander In tho nary from Norem Norember Nonmbar Noecrobar
bar W 1903 1903Lkut 1mLknt 1209I4itiit
Lkut W LIGGETT Jr commisalooed a lien lleatenant 11ct1tenant lientecant
tenant In the nay tarn January 31 1910 1910Lleat 1910Llent 1315Iinit
Lleat junior grade J F ATKINSON cammls cammlsetorud COIDIn16Iooed tummisatoned
atoned a lieutenant jufdor grade In the nary naryfrom 1111from naryfrom
from January J Inuar 51 1 1910 1910Ensigns 1910Enigus 1910Enafgns
D DEN P r li KNOX 1 II G KlTIEL 0 0 n nPUGH 13PUGH
DAY cammlttloaed amIJ s1oned ensigns In the nary from fromJnna fromJUD franrune
rune T 1901 1901Midshipman 1m1IGWl 1903MIdhipinan
Midshipman 1IGWl J B GLENNON detached dub Con ConaceUcut ConneeUcI1ti Connecticut
aceUcut neeUcI1ti to duty Delaware DelawareMMsWpman De1AfUQW Delaware11dshiiman
MMsWpman W V T BOYD Jr detached duty dutyYanktcni dutyYWtcn dutyTaskten
Yanktcni YWtcn to duty AmphltiitA AmphltiitAMidshipman AmphltrltMfdshtpman AmphitsiteIlidebIpenaxi
Midshipman A A K It BOHANZE detached duty Blr Blrrnt Bimncham Bhzmindiam
rnt mncham Arr and realrniilon accepted to tak tab dr drfrom effectfran 2ec 2ecfrom
from day of detachment detachmentMidshipman w wM1d3hIpman detthmmtMidelitisnan
Midshipman G F WILSON detached duty Bhpdo BhpdoWand Bha1 Bha1It Bhcxishand
Wand and resignation regn Uoo accepted to tAke effect effectfrom dccttrcm ef effran
from June W 15 19H 19HMidshipman 19Itf 19Itfdldlbirmrn 19dMIdhipnsn
Midshipman E E AMES detached duty Chester Cht and anddismissed anddt anddisniseed
dismissed the certlca certlcaPased 1 Uf1Pwed eerdmPaseid
Pased Assistant Surgeon a E Eo RYDER detached detachedduty detclledduty detachedduty
duty Instruction Natal Medical School Washing Washington Washtnton Washington ¬
ton ton D C 0 to duty Natal Hospital Natal Home HomePhiladelphia HomePhUadelpblA BanePhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pa PaPassed IaPa PaPaaesd
SON detached duty Instruction Natal Medical MedicalSchool dedcs1Schoo1 MedicalSchool
School Washington W D a C i to examination for forpromotion forJmDotion forWcgnotioei
promotion and upon completion wait cetera ordwaPassed ordEnPssed ceteraPaased
Passed Assistant Surgeon H M L f TOLRE detached detachedduty detuhedduty detachedduty
duty instruction Natal Medical School Washing Washington Wuh1nztoo Washington ¬
ton D C and wait orders ordersPassed ordenPuacd caleraPassed
Passed Asslsttst Surgeons J STEPP end A ASTUART A ASTUART ASTUATIT
STUART detached duty Medical Natal School SchoolWashington SchcdWaahington SchocWaAiriton
Washington D C c to examination for fort1on promo promotion rano ranotico ¬
tion t1on and upon ussi completion trait 1i1 t orders ordersActlBg denActIDg ordersActing <
Acting Assistant Surgesns S J V HOWARD and andO aDdo
O O 0 niGHXOWER appoint appointed acting aciJlgant assist iwaUtant assistant
ant orgeons In the Navy from Juno 4 4 mOt 1310Assistant mOtpaymuter 1910Assistant
Assistant Paymaster F E MoMnLEN to doty dotyts dtttru
ts 5 aatant to the acooontlns a offloer Nary Yard YardNow YId YId1OV TardNew
Now York rk N Y L to instruction instructionChaplain 1D3trnctlonOkapla1n instroctionchaplaIn
Chaplain F THOMPSON THO PSON detached dub Cnnnectt Cnnnecttcat 07mect1Qat Coonectinit
cat Qat to duty Natal Training Tra1nlD Station StaUcm Newport NewportR NewportR NewrtB
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Chaplain W G ISAACS detached duty Rhode RhodeIsland RhodeIsland EludeIsland
Island to duty Connecticut ConnecticutMarine Co1nrc11C1ltIarlne ConnecticutMarine
Marine Iarlne Corp Orders OrdersLlont OrderLioat OrdersLicot
Llont ObL Qg H C 0 HAINES JLU TS A A A A L I granted grantedof grantedbared
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Pa PaFlnt PaFirst
First Lfcat R B CREECY appointed a member memberot ttlfmbdof mnnbeiof
of general gm court martial at Marine Officers OfficersSchool OIH OlSeera4uol ra raSchool
School 4uol Port Royal S C rica First Lieut LieutW LleutW LientW
W P UP3HUR relletcd relletcdFirst reUerroFh relleudflrnt
First tAcit I CIIt W P UPSHDR granted grantedlear leaw IfS of ofenco ab absenco abaentu
senco for one month from and Including 1nclud1l Jane JaneIT
IT IQMl IQMlIflrst 19l 19lMm 1910lirat
Iflrst Lieut C J T E n GUGGENHEIM granted lIt flfteen lIttem 57teen
teen days leave taTe of absence with permission to tovisit toTidt toldt
visit ldt Venezuela VenezuelaSecond V Venezuelatund mela melaSecond
Second tund Lieut R F LUDLOW report to president presidentmarine pmideontmarine presidentniarine
marine examining board marine barracks Wash Washington WashIngton Washington
ington D 0 on June 6 1910 1910First 1910First 1910rst
First rst Lieut O 0 t P WILLIAMS qualified for pro promotion proteotlon ¬
motion granted leare of absence for fo twenty
days from date of acceptance aeeeptanceFrat acceptanceFirst ptal ptalFirst
First Lieut W F BEVAN DE AN detAched marine m roaxin bar barraeks barrack ia iaracks
rack nary yard Philadelphia iliL Pa to head headFUNERAL headFUNERAL headFUNERAL
301 Cast Capitol Street StreetJ
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The Board of Director has this day declared declaredQuarterly a aanertedy
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LOS Angeles KATHLEEN youngest youngestLeupp
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SON of Pasadena Cat CatDIED CalDIED CatDIED
BERNARD BERNARDSuddenly Suddenly on Wednesday Wednes aYJ
June 8 1910 EDWARD EDW AnD A A beloved belovedI beloveason beloved belovedson
I son of Helen J Bernard in his thirty thirtyseventh thirtyseventh thirtyseventh
seventh year yearFuneral yeatFunera ycalFuneral
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Twentyninth street northwest at 2 2p 2p 2p
p m m Friday FrIda June 10 10 Interment at atArlington atArlington atArlington
Arlington Cemetery Relatives and andfriends andfriends andfriends
friends requested to attend Phila Philadelphia Phl1adelphln Philadelphla ¬
delphia anci an New York papers please pleasecopy pleasecopy pleasecopy
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