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THE WASHIKGkpN HERALD, yOgYt;yYEMBEH 18, W$j
Wnr TtMinrfsnAist WoV Tn1U W
K to Create Sixteen Tactical
Divisions. , ..
Pmideat asi AsbascadeT Kernels
to Ctfcr late Tais Week Over
System in Perce is Europe.
Miron T, Merrick, Ambaeasdor to
France. Is expected In Washington
About the end of the weelt to confer
with President Taft on the question of
. .. ..a....... BBdtillihmltnt n the
United States of banking organizations
r nfrnrriinv credit to American iarm
The militia troops of the various States I ar, nn easier terras than Is now pos
will be organized as tactical divisions Iftslble for them to obtain. At the Pres
GROUP THE STATES
plans prepared at the War Department
and announced yesterday by Actios See-'
retary Oliver are carried out. The new
policy is explained in a letter the Acting
Secretary has sent to the several OoV;l
ernor of States, asking their co-opera
tion In the matter.
The details for the organization of
militia troops alone; tactical lines were
drawn up by the Division of Military
ARairs of the War Department as sup
plementinc the tactical reorganization In
tended for the regular army. In the
case of both the regular army and the
militia. It Is the opinion of Use General
Start officers of the army that the new
scheme Is a great step forward In prep
aration for war
It Is recognized that organization of all
troops, mllltla and regulars, on a tactical
basis i will be essential In time of war. and
It Is proposed, therefore, to anticipate
that labor, by -doing it now. when there
Is no Immediate prospect of war. It is
realized that there will be a thousand
other details to be attended to the mo
ment hostilities are Imminent. It Is also
considered that perfection of tactical or
ganization will stimulate the growth of
the mllltla organization In the direction
3f a well balanced fighting force.
There win be twelve tactical divisions
of mllltla troops. All but two of these
are f6rzned by the grouping; of the rnlltli
organizations of the various Slater. New
Tork and Pennslanla are the exiep
tlons, as the mllltla of each of those
States will form a division In Itself.
The tactical divisions of the regular
srmy will number four, and the twelve
mllltla divisions will make a toapl of
sixteen The mllltla of all the New
England States will constitute the
fifth division, that of New York the
sixth, that of Pennsylvania the sev
enth and that of New Jersey. Dela
ware. Maryland, Virginia, an.d West
"Virginia the eighth division. North
Carolina, South Carolina. Georgia, and
Florida the ninth dhlslon: Kentucky.
Tennessee, and Alabama the tenth di
vision, Michigan and Ohio the eleventh
division. Illinois and Maryland the
twelfth division. North Dakota, South
Dakota Minnesota, Wisconsin, and
Iowa the thirteenth. Wyoming. Ne
braska, Missouri, Kansas, and Colorado
the fourteenth. Texas, Louisiana. Ar
kansas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico
the fifteenth, and Massachusetts. Wash
ington, Oregon. Indiana, Utah, Arizona,
Nevada, and California the sixteenth
The Federal government will assist
the various States in perfecting the or
ganization of the mllltla troops on the
new tactical basis Federal funds will
be available for this purpose, and it is
also proposed to appoint an officer of
the regular army as Inspector-Instructor
to each tactical mllltla division.
His duties' will be to assist In the or
ganization only and will not conflict
with the work of the inspector-Instructors
assigned, to assist in training the
militia of each State.
TAFT TO DISCUSS V
RURAL CREDIT PLA8
Bev. Charles J. Mnllaly Preaches
u at St. Aloysius' Church on
Denouncing in ringing terms the doc
trine of Socialism, and pointing out vig
orously the need of stopping the advances
of " the red peril.' Rev Charles J
Muilaly. S J- assistant pastor of St
Alosjus Church, yesterday morning an
nounced the beginning of a campaign to
lw conducted under the auspices of the
Washington Truth Society and the Aloj
Father Mullal) said, in part
No other teaching but that of the
Gospel of Jesus Christ will cure the evils
of the da That Injustice has arisen,
that oppression Is grinding down the
laboring class In many places. Is due
to the fact that men are losing sight of
the doctrino of Justice and charity as
taught bj God
' It teaches the workingman that con
fiscation of wealth and the- tools of pro
duction is preferable to the doctrine of
Christ Thou shalt not steal.'
"It teaches the Impure man that the
Elth of free love ard Tace suicide Is
preferable to the teaching of Christ
Blessed are the clean of heart, for they
thall eee God '
It teiches the worker that hatred for
his cmplojer Is preferable to the doctrine
of Thou shalt loe thy neighbor as thy
"The remedy of Injustice Is not to be
had b greater Injustice, and the remedy
of social abuses Is not the doctrine of
paganism. Social evils can never be
remedied by a system that denies mans
obligations to bis God, that destrojs the
home and strikes at the ery foundations
of our beloved country."'
Munt'f direction. Ambassador Jlerrick
mmnllsd a. report of a, series of investi
gations into the operation- of similar
Institutions In Europe, 'where they
have'been brought to a high degree of
development and usefulness. -
The President has asked tne Governors
of the several States to meet Aim at the
White Jlouse next month to discuss plans
for uniform legislation by the States for
the establishment of rural credit sys
tems. Ambassador .'Herrlck will be pres
ent at these conferences ondjeport the
result of his Investigations. in-Europe.
He also will address the Governors on
the subject at their annual conference.
which Is to be held at iticnmond, va.
early Is December.
It is the President s hope to make some
progress toward the establishment of
rural credit organizations in the United
States before the close of his adminis
tratlon. To this end he asked the Gov
ernors to meet Bra in Washington, and
sent for Ambassador Herrlck to assist
him In putting his plans before the State
executives. The Ambassador sailed for
the United Hates Saturday.
President Taft and Bryan Criticised
During: Discussion that
The principal feature of the regular
meetlnc of the Washington Secular
Leaeue held at Pythian Temple yesterday
afternoon, was an address by Prof John
Phillips Meakln. on the topic. How to
Be a Man Worth While."
The sneaker said that man should not
be a mere animal concerned only withJ
the physical and material aspects of
his life, and urged the development aid
cultivation of man's mental and spirit
ual faculties as the way to make
his life worth while and that "each soul
Is tree to choose Its life and make It
what It will" He declared it as hla be
lief that 'everything comes from within
and not from without."
In the general discussion which follow
ed the speakers were President It. C
Kirk, James G Kent, Prof E. C. Ken
ney..H. B Bradford Miss Foible. David
Eccles. A W Thomas,. D J J Shirley,
and H W Selah.
In the course of the discussion. Pres
ident Taft a statement in his recent
Thanksgiving proclamation that 'we
are a God-fearing nation " and the re
cent utterances in this city of William
J Bryan to the effect that reason
should be subordinated to faith, were
the subjects of criticism. Both con
ceptions. It was held, are not in keep
Ins: with the knowledge and Intelli
gence of to-day,
It was announced that at the. next
meeting of the league there would be
debate between Mr H B Bradford
and Dr Arthur Murray on "Compul
Eight Motor Car
Get out and push.' This seems to be
the only practical and feasible way left
for Washington motorists, who have oc
casion to tour through some of the small
towns of Mar land, to avoid falling into
the clutches of the vigilant officers of
rural law for alleged speeding Eight
hapless autolsts from the District who
neglected this precaution were nabbed '
esterda for alleged speeding and the
authorities of Hyattsvllle are J120 richer
The wary officials of Hvattsvllle, not
wishing the rural quietude of the village
disturbed by the thunder of speeding auto
mobiles, hit upon the happy Idea of pre
serving the Sabbath s peace and Insure
an uninterrupted afternoon nap b mak
ing the speed limit four miles an hour
over the four blocks of the town.
f ortotmteb . the main street Is not over
few hundred yards long, else parties
from W.tUngton wishing to ipend the
day In Palttmore would bivt, to leave
Saturdav afternoon In order to retch Bal
timore on Sunday Those "eiving Sunday
would spend most of the da pinning
the r cer through Hvattsilte
Ihote who fell Into the t ai ds of the
watchful minions of rural law were J
Lewis Gough A. M. White. John C Legs,
F. Schriek. Mrs c. Freedmore. 8 J
Stirling Jacob Epstein and a prominent
business man whose name Is withheld
Each of the parties was taken before
Justice of Peace 8. C Wiseman bv Con
stable Thomas H Garrison and forced
to depoMt 115 collateral!, for 'heir ap
pearance In court today
American Civic As ociatios Meet
'fer Three Days' Convention, in
H. 1. P. HACFABXAND TO SPEAK
With a programme which contemplates
a material advance In anaphases of civic
work throughout the country during the
ensiling year, the Amertcatt'ClvIc Asso
ciation wilt assemble for its eighth an
nual convention In Baltimore to-morrow.
The convention will cover a period of
three days, concluding Thursday with a
comprehensive review of city planning
Several features are scheduled for the
convention, notable among them being
an address by Hon James Bryce, Am
bassador from Great Britain to the
United i States, an address by J Horace
McFarland. of Harrlsburg, Pa,, president
of the association, and a symposium on
capital cities In which addresses will be
made by Henry B F. Macfarland. former
president of the Board of Commissioners
of the District. Hon. Charles Hopewell,
Mayor of Ottawa, Canada, and M. Walter
Burley Griffin, of Chicago, winner of
the grand prize of 8,000 for the best de
sign for the proposed new capital city
of the Continent of Australia.
' Tn Spenlc on National Parks.
The roost important of all the meetings
will be the Wednesday evening; session.
Stcretary Walter U Fisher, of the De
partment of the Interior, will preside.
x-resiaent J Horace ncranana win
make his annual address and Ambassa
dor Bo co also will address the conven
tion Mr. McFarland has chosen as his
topic "Not Only the City Beautiful," and
it Is his purpose to advocate strongly
"The City Practical." rather than "The
City Beautiful." Ambassador Bryce will
speak on the topic "National Parka The
Need of the ruture ' Concluding tne
Wednesday evening session will be a -se
ries of picture visits to three national
narks Yellowstone. Mount Ttalnler. and
Glacier Including motion pictures very
lately released for general use In ex
ploiting the national parks. Mr. Lau
rel ee F sehmeckeoier, of the Depart
ment of the Interior, will explain the
The American Civic Association has
Manned a civic tour of Europe for the
summer of 1912, and at J o clock Thurs
day afternoon Mr B. Antrim Haldeman,
c' the Bureau of Survey, Philadelphia,
will show In motion pictures a number
of the cities which It Is proposed to In
clude In the tour r
AH sessions of the civic association's
convention will be held In the convention
hall of the Hotel Belvedere
Washington Ministers, in Common
with Others Throughout Coun
try, Start Week's Observance.
"Home Missions" was the theme brought
out In man) sermons In the Protestant
churches of the city yesterday Special
sen Ires In most of the churches marked
the beginning of the observance of home
mission week, which will be celebrated
In more than 30 000 Protestant churches
throughout America this week
That Christianity begins at home and
that there Is a great mission work to be
done In Washington was the keynote Jf
most of the sermons. Dr" Samuel H
Woodrow. In preaching vesterday on
"Our Country. Gods Countrj,' said that
the church workers In Washington should
pay more attention to the African living
In the slums of the city than to those
livinft In South Africa.
"We have a great work to do In this
country, said Dr wooarow, in toucning
on the home mission problem Look
how our great cities are congested We
must do our mission work here We can
do the greatest good where there Is the
The following sermons touching
unon home missions, were delivered
last night In the various churches
Past Failure ana rreseni itivi-
lege," Rev Dr -Charles Wood, the
Church of the Covenant.
'The Parable or tne Bower, Kev
Andrew R. Bird, Second Presbyterian
Heavenly Citizenship.' Rev C Her
bert Reese St. Thomas Episcopal
"The Problem of Amusements and
Recreations,' Rev J W Frlzzell, In
gram Memorial congregational
The Last Word Rev Dr. Wallace
Radcllffe, New York Avenue Presby
When We Are Lost," Rev Hlnson V.
Howlett, Second Baptist Church
"The Woman that stopped Run
ning," Col John Dean Salvation Army
In addition to the emphasis of the
Importance of Home Mission Week In
the sermons delivered yesterday, fif
teen meetings -win be neid during the
week at Luther Place Memorial
Church, and the First Congregational
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StMjKd IaHlate5of Natkaal Train-
isj gMel Taken Into Cus
tody in .Sortheast.
Attired in new and -costly raiment, after
the style aSectK by the roost fastidious
Beau .Brummeje gtV Street, George Reed
and Walter Hall, each aged twenty yearx,
who escaped from the National Training
School for Beys In Bladensburg Read on
Thursday last, cUd in the common or
garden variety of "hickory) uniforms
worn by'lnmttea Of juvenile penal Insti
tutions, were arrested in U street North'
east, last night, on charges of bouse
Exhaling clouds of cigarette smcke.
Reed and Hall stood gazing on the parade
of gaily dressed fflrls flecking- to moving
picture shows, when Detective Guy Walsh
and Sergt, W. P. Hess suddenly appeared
and announced there was a cell In the
police station vacant, and ready for occu
pancy by two young men wanted for Je-
pletlng the etocZ of Harnett Levy, clothier,
at 3W7 M Street Northwest.
According- to the police, five white pine
boards, which bad been nailed across
a window in the rear of Levy's store,
were forced oft on Friday night, giving
easy access to two youths with a pas
sion for fancy haberdashery. Inside the
store, the Intruders had ample time to
make careful selection from the stock.
They first undressed, disrobing to the
tkln and tossing their garments to the
floor. These garments bore the mark of
the Reform School. The souths then
dressed, choosing" the roost cbstly of
Levy a stock.
From skin to overcoat, hat to shoes,
the culprits clothed themselves, even se
lecting fancy cuff buttons and shirt
studs, with flashy scarf pins and daz
zling- ties. Then they decamped The
police learned. It Is charged, that the
clothing left In the store had been worn
by Reed and Hall, who escaped from
the Reform Schoo) on Thursday.
TAFT AND BRYAN
Both Favor Single Presidential
Terms and Congressional Seats
for Cabinet Officers.
President Taft. tn his speech before the
Lotus Club In New York, and William
Jennings Bryan. In talks with friends
ir ttssoingion aunnc tne last ween.
have expressed a number of views In com
mon concerning one terra for Presidents
and giving Cabinet members privileges of
tne noors or congress.
President Taft. in his speech Satur
day night, agreed with the one-term
pank of the Baltimore platform, and
said that the executive and legislative
irancnes or the government both would
materially benefit by Cabinet secretaries
Mine admitted to the House and Sen
ate for purposes of participating in the
discussions concerning affairs of their re
Col Bryan all along has favored the
cne-term Idea, and Is understood to be
the author of that plank In the Demo
cratic platform In speaking with friends
he has not only agreed with the Presi
dent as to the legislative rights of Cabi
net members, but would extend hc same
Privllegi) to former Presidents. Vice
Presidents and Speakers of the House
President Taft did not go quite this far
In his Lotus Club speech however
Mr and Mrs Brjan left Washington
at 10 o'clock last night for their winter
home In Miami, Fla. Mr Bryan spent
jesterdiy with his son at 1KB Belmost
Place Northwest, enjoying a day of rest
ar.ier tne strenuous wees ne lias spent in
He could not say last night how long
he would remain In Florida before he
starts in with the work he Intends to do
on the tariff schedules
Subntntlnn "orr located at Four
teenth and V Streets.
Station F, of the City Post-office,
which entered Its new home on U
street, west of Fourteenth btreet, Sat
urday Is now housed In one of the
most modern equipped buildings de
voted to the use of subpostal stations
anywhere In the United States
Both In designing the building and
la tne; out the equiprrent. the achl
tecs, Gregg & Lelsenrlng. have been
in constant touch with the Post-office
officials, with a result that this build
ing will be used as a model for future
substations throughout the United
The workroom of this building has
been furnished with the new standard
equipment, recently designed by the
Post-office and Treasury departments
This Is the first case of Its Installation.
The work on the building was finished
by the Fidelity and Deposit Company, of
Baltimore, the original contractor falling
to carry out the agreement. II B Dodge
was the adjuster In the cases
Largest Morning Circulation.
Mlr Colored Connrtunilon.
An appeal that they challenge God to
take care of them startled the colored
congregation of Plymouth Church, who
heard the sermon of Dr P. O Connell, of
Howard University faculty, last night,
from the text. 'God Is our father, even
though Abraham .know us not."
HEARS' TO AH EID
Chairman JPsje Arhom that the
Committee Will Bash Hearisgs
to Report to Sext CongWM
The money trust Investigation rlll be
pushed to completion within the, next
month or sixr weeks -and a report will
be made to Congress before the expira.
Hon of the comlnr .session. Tbla an
nouncement was made by CLalrman rujo
upon bis arrival In Washington last
The .committee Intends to make Its in
quiry thorough and to rush the bearings
along, examining witnesses almost every
week day, beginning in about ten. nays.
J P, Morgan has been asked to appear
before1 the committee, andjtho list of
witnesses will Include practically every
big financier and banker- in the country.
The announcement by Chairman Pujo
disposes' ot the reports that the commit'
tee might postpone Its work: until a new
Democratic Congress came In, Mr. Pujo
said tbat he had called the committee
together for next Wednesday, and that
the members together with the counsel,
Samuel Untermeyer and E. H. Farrar,
would then map out the plans in detail.
Representative Pujo believes that the
Senoto will pass his bill empowering the
committee to compel bankers to lay be
fore the Investigators complete data, and
records; The bankers have declined be
cause they contend the committee has
no warrant In law to compel them to dis
close private and confidential business
information. The House passed the bill
giving additional authority to the com
mittee at the last sessionnut tne senate
failed The chairman Is confident, how
ex cr. that his measure will pass In De
FIRE FIGHTERS '
HAVE BUSY DAY
Department Responds to Twelve
Alarms in Twenty-four Hours.
little Damage Done.
Without a casualty or mishap of any
kind, and only one fire resulting in
serious loss, the Fire Department yester
day passed through one of the busiest
days in the last five years, responding
to twelve alarms in twenty-four hours
and keeping the aggregate loss by flames
close to the H.0OO mark.
The record of alarms In twenty-four
hours since 1907 Is sixteen, established on
January S last. Eight days later the de
partment responded to fifteen alarms In
one da. On two occasions since 1907
prior to )esterday twelve alarms were
answered In one day
Fire Chief Frank Wagner last night
declared that the day had been 'one of
the luckiest" In his career "There was
a still breeze blowing until early this
evening." be said, "and If a blaze had
got a good start on us In a bad district
we would have had to work mighty hard
to conflna thf damage to four figures "
The only serious blaze of tbe twenty-four
hours nearl) wiped out a row of old
frame, two-story dwellings at UJ4 to KC
Bladensburg Road Northeast. Originating
In a defectlye.flue shortly after 10 o'clock
In the morning, the flames were fanned
Into fury before engine companies, re
sponding to an alarm from Box. No. 17V.
could reach the scene.
The houses at MX and 123S were almost
completely destroyed The remaining
three houses were badly damaged Tht,
damage Is estimated at lcs than Sl.oOO.
parti) covered b) Insurance. "
During the day three box alarms and
nine still alarms wrre sounded
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a cent far Flastdcr s4 Yale Bator,
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afatorc7e!o Overhanllns and Bolt Be.
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Nervy Nat At last t shall realize one
of ray jet .ambitions. I have certainly
had many -walking parts in my time, not
to mention my Ions experience "on the
road." I -was cut out for; ajuactor be
cause I can So so Ions without .siting.
Nervy' Na This must b the leading
lady's dressing- room. I couldn't find any
-of the he-actors clothes, so I will just
take a female role. I'm not fussy' 111.
tajce any part that Ir left over. v '
The Hero If CUuribel would only come
back to me r woujd forgive her at! for
the -sake of our.chee-lldl
Nervy 'Nat Tiafs my cue Isn't he a
lovely jiece of work! Any wife that
could resist (fibse soulful eyes Is ;no lady.
I wl!line back to Mm.
Jfervy Ivat Lionel, I have come back
at you' Take your erring Clarlbel to
'your pleated bosom for the sake of our
little Ann' (By the, way-,, how old Is
Ann nowT) I have done you dirt I know,
but "ferglt it" and 111 promise -not to
run away with another Insurance man-
The Hro-CurtaJte .curtain! curtfttal
, . ,
Nervy Nat-Ouch! That Is no way to
treat your Clarlbel. 'You're no gentleman!
Nervy Nat Whew! Oont ever tell rae
that the dramatic profession Is a hot
bed of Jealousy. Why, every member
of this company has given me a. boost!