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Officers O fficers fuiscuss Discuss the Attitude of ofTemperance ofTemperance ufTemperance
Temperance Societies SocietiesThe SocietiesTile
The T he Matter Unttcr of the Sale of otDeer Deer and anaLlKht andLhht andLight
Light Wines In nt Post ExcliniiKea ExcliniiKeaContinue ExcbnnJeontlnne 1xcIiaigeoitlnuea
Continue < ontlnne a Leading LendIzi Topic of Dta DtacuHMloit DIJcnlllllon Diseusloit
cuHMloit ut it the War Qr Department Department3H DcpartIllent1Iundertood Department3llsunderstood
3H 1Iundertood un Icr too l lip Its Opponent OiiponcntaTbc OlloneataThe OpponentThe
The attitude atUtuddof o of temperance organizations organizationsami
and a ird nt o the House of Representatives to toward toari ¬
ward w ari the Army canteen continues to be a asubject nsubject aubject
subject s ot favorable faornble and adverse comment commentat
at a t the War Department A line officer officerwho om offierho r
who w ho wears more than th n one star in speaking speakingvltb speakIlgth
vltb a th a reporter for fo The Times Tlm S today de deft d dended ¬
ft ended f nded the canteen cantcenatdgave acdgave it as his be beJlef bE bEJle bee
Jle Jlef lI e that if f the temperance people of the thecountry theountry
c lIc country lIu ban hu n proper appreciation of act actual actal ¬
ual u al coudltlons co dlUons and am ot the merits mer mer3 3 of the thocanteen theanteen
canteen c they thO would withdraw their oppo opposition opoitlon ¬
sition sitionHe slUonHe itlon itlonHe
He said that the post exchange system systemIs
i Is a one developed for 10 Americans which Is Isdesigned Isdesigned Isesigned
designed d Ld Ll to combine the features of read readIng readIng readag
Ing l ag and recreation rooms a cooperative cooperativeStore cooperaUcflore cooperatIvetore
Store tore and it a restaurant In order to supply supplythe
1 the t he troops tro > ps at atreasoauble reasonable prices with tire tirearticles t tartIcles thnrticles
articles a of ordinary wear use and con conI conumption j
umption s not supplied by the Government Governmentwhile GovernmentI Governmenthile
I I while w hile by means of the profits of the ex exchange exI exhange ¬
I change c the messes may be improved improvedBuildings improvedBuildings
i Buildings are ordered to be set apart or orrented orI orcntcd
I rented r at atev every Y post for the exchange An Anofficer Anomcer Antflcer
officer o is put in charge cha chara e of the management managementand lIUtnngcmentnnd mnnagementnd
and a nd a noncommissioned noncommI Ioned officer is delegat delegated delegated delegatd ¬
ed e d as a exchange steward The exchange is issuperintended Iasuperintended IsupsrIntcndei
superintended s bya by a council of officers with witha withsubcommittee
i a subcommittee of noncommissioned non ommissloned offi officers omcers olflcr ¬
ao ah cers o cr Rules Rult cf order rder are prescribed pro prohibiting prohibiting proibitiug ¬
hibiting h gatabling and restricting the en entry entry enry ¬
try t ry of civilians civiliansThe civilianSThe civiliansThe
The sale or use of ardent spirits Is Isstrictly lastrictly Istrictly
strictly s prohibited But on the recom recommendation recommendaUo recommendaUon ¬
mendation of o i the exchange council the thecommanding thecommanding theommanding
commanding c officer may permit beer and andlight andlight andight
light l wines > to be sold at at the canteen by bythe bythe byhe
the t he drink whenever he Is satisfied that thatgiving thatgivIng thatgiving
giving to the troops troop3tbe the opportunity of ofobtaining ottainIng ofbtaining
obtaining o tainIng such ucb hevcage Seycrage everage > > within the 1 e rost rostlimits rostJhnlts rostimIts
limits l will psggeat 1 Dz > i s 1t t them from resorting Tesortingor resortingfor resortingfor
for f or strong jnigp j1 Fle1bts ants nts to places place without withoutsuch withouts withoutmich
such s ch limits turf a4 5epds t Ms ds to promote temper temperance temperance ¬
ance a nce and nd dlsciy d1r4d oe t among them themThe tbemThe
The canteen canteen fyut Ust bs b in a separate room roompreferably zoomriferably roompreferably
preferably in a 4 separate Sipuate building The sale saleof 5 e eot
of beer Is Ilrtdt Hmitijci 4 to week wc k days the b beer beerto er erto erto
to be consultbit eonsur consunfelfupon f 1 upon the premises and andtreating andtreaUng andtreating
treating is ncrj fjlennltted pefer2nittedIn fjlennlttedIn j > ennitted ennittedIn
In the coopjratfvo coO condrnUve taUve store the goods are arcgot aregot aregot
got at cheap pfFc s and lunchroom prices pricesarc pricesare
are made as at small mzifl as possible Sales are eremade aremad aremade
made mad on credTfand cred1t1 cr dland and the prouts applied
5 per cent to ihe Lh theThand band a part to gardens gardensreading gardin5readIng gardensreading
reading roonuTand room bd gymnastic appliances appliancesand applianCesand appliancesand
and tho rest fo company lbmpany funds which en enable enable enable ¬
able the soldiers to get better meels and andcomforts andcomforts andcomforts
comforts or 01 returned in dividends dividendsThe dlvl dividendsThe ends endsrile
The Kirst iIrMtSuch ExchniiRc ExchniiRcSuch ExcbnnJeSuch
Such an a exchange was first undertaken undertakenas
as an experiment eXperIm nt In Vancouver Barracks Barracksin Barracksin
in 1SSO but was not established establ hed in the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army till 1SSS 1SstAnd 1SS and came into full use in inthe Inthe Inthe
the year 1891 Comparing the years before before1S91
1891 with those afterwards hospital ad admissions ndmlsetons admissions ¬
missions for alcoholism gradually dimin diminished cUmlnIshed diminIshed ¬
ished from 642S 4 S per thousand In that year yearto yearto yearto
to 3d w o per thousand in 18S7 19 In ISM 18i there therewere therewere therewere
were 17 posts in which the admission rate rateexceeded roteexceeded rateexceeded
exceeded 10 per p r cent of 0 the th strength In Inthere
1897 189 there were but 2 The percentage of ofdesertions otc ofdesertions
desertions c rtions fell from an average of 91S 91Sper 91Sper USper
per cent nt of the enlisted force In seven sevenyears sevenyears covenyears
years before 1891 to 454 per cent of the theenlisted theenlisted theenlisted
enlisted force in six years after that year yearThe yearTbe yearThe
The total trials aDd convictions for drunk drunkenness drunkenness drunkenness ¬
enness in the army during the seven even years yearsbefore yooribefore yearsbefore
before 1891 averaged 2v raged 3725 each year and andin anl1In andIn
in the six years after 1831 1605 in each eachyear eachyear eachyoaz
year The average number of men making makingsavings milkIngsavings makingsavinga
savings deposits increased over 13 per cent centTho centThooplnlors centThe
The Thooplnlors opinions of ofthc the officers are almost almostunanimous nhnosunanhnous almostunanimous
unanimous Many of them say that they theyare theyare theyare
are total abstainers themselves Many Manymore Manymare Ian Ianmore
more have said that they viewed Iewed the es establishment establishment establishment ¬
tablishment of the canteen with disapprov disapproval dlsepproaI ¬
al but after their experience changed their theirminds theirminds theirminds
minds Those who are opposed to prohib prohibiting prohibiting prohibiting ¬
iting the canteen are 9S1 Those who are arefor areCor arefor
for its prohibition are 3G and 3 arc doubt doubtful doubful oub oubtul ¬
ful fulAlmost
Almost all 111 of them have expressed their theirofficial theIromclal theirofficial
official opinions as to the effect of the can canteen CtDteen eanteen ¬
teen upon the morality discipline deser desertions desertions deserHon ¬
tions Hon the number of courtsmartial and andcases andcase3 andcases
cases of drunkenness and on the likeli likelihood likelihood likellhood ¬
hood of the soldier to go outside the camp campfor camptor campfor
for intoxicants intoxicantsOpinion intoxicantsOIlnlonll lntoxlcantsOjIiIoii
Opinion of Office OfficeFollowing Officerll OfficerllFoJiowing OfficerFollowing
Following are a few of Jbe tbe opinions of ofofficers orofficers ofolficers
officers concerning the canteen It is the theenlisted theenlisted theenlisted
enlisted maas roilssoclal social club They have haveno haeno haveO
no O such desire to visit isit disorderly placet placetoutside plactSoutslde placr4outstde
outside Desertions lessened Drunk Drunkenness Drunkenness Drunkenness ¬
enness decreased Nearly all drunken drunkenness drunkenness drunkenness ¬
ness at present prese t can be traced to strong strongliquor strongllquor strongliquor
liquor purch purchase outside It has been beenthe beenthe beenthe
the essential feature for to the prevention preentl Jn of ofdesertion ofdesertl ofdesertlen
desertion desertl n Under the old system men menwould mcnwould menwould
would visit 13It saldons saldo s outside the posts postsoverstay postsoverstay sts stsoverstay
overstay their thclrpksses passes or absent tbemsilres tbemsilreswithout thems11oeswithout tbemnlreswithout
without IeaveTVT IeaveTVTThese leaeor leaeorThese IeavetThese
These officers state that the effect effe < t of ofabsolute ofabsolute ofabsolute
absolute prohibition prob1 I19n would be an increase increaseof
of drunkenness druntennccln drunkenne a decrease of ccmorts comfortsan ccmortsnn
an increase i rease cf if absenteeism ab5enteel and of trial trialby trialby trialby
by summary courtmartial that it would wouldcause woultcause wouldcause
cause tho smuggling of whisky into camp campthat campth2t
that any unprejudiced man who has baaserved hassancd hasserved
served with trooPs in the field for twenty twentyyears twentyYClrs twentyyears
years will m be b convinced ninced that prohibition prohibitionwould prohlbt prohibtoawould on onwould
would result in the increase of low dives divesnear din dinnear divsnear
near the reservations rest ratl OIl with attendant attendantevils attendantevils attendantevils
evils that the temporary suspension jUl zusenson Jens on cf cfthe ctthe efthe
the canteen has always proved the effect effectto e1rfctto effectto
to be disastrous that prohibition would wouldIncrease rouldIncrease wouldincrease
Increase the grosser forma of drunkenness drunkennessand cunkennflJSand
and the frequenting of disreputable dis disorderly disorderly dieorderly ¬
orderly and degrading saloons thai they hey
have feldom cr never ne er known of any
drunkenness resulting from the canteen canteenthat canteenthat canteenthat
that prohibition would remove the checks checkswhich checkswhich checkswhich
which row exist 9t that tho canteen has hascertain haicertaICr hascertaic
certain certaICr lessened the evil of drink in the theArmy theArmy theArmy
Army and that it has done much to ele elevate elevate do dovate ¬
vate tho character and moral tone of the thesoldier thesoldIer thosoldier >
soldier that the soldier would resent any anyuncalled anyuncalled anyuncalled
uncalled for denial of his privileges privUe that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the canteen gives a way of exercising re restralnt restraint restraint
straint of drinking which is wholesome and andyet andyet andyet
yet net provoking provokingIn
In the minority report on the AntiCan AntiCanteen AnUCanteen AntiCanteen ¬
teen bill signed by Representatives Ear Earker E1rker Earker
ker and Slayden the followlng tollowlnObscrva tollowlnObscrvatIons foliowInobserratlons observa observations
tions were made madeIf madeIf madeIt
If we Ve wish to have ha ai m an army composed composedof
of selfcontrolling selfrespecting men menwe menwo menwe
we must give them t em the opportunity opp rtunity to t ex exercise eXercise cxerciso ¬
ercise the virtue of temperance by choice
instead of trying to enforce total absti absUnenC abstinence abstinence ¬
nence nenceTho nenC nenceThe
Tho American Army Is not to be gov ¬
erned by State Statprls prison Q rules When at
homo they have the right to use liquor In Inhomes
moderatflIo within the walls of theIr own
homes V 1en ea in the Army rmy they claim the
samo rlgtw rlg rigL If it be denied those who
wish to drink are driven outside to fiery
spirits or worseThere worseThere worse worseThere
There Is no vice Vi co more to be feared In
any army than Intemperance It is be bocause because because
cause the post exchange exchangolnd And nd the canteen
has been shown beyond all question to topromote topromote topromote
promote temperance that we favor It and andH andOSYETTE and1STETTEb
Food Wmlay will lay layIn
OSYETTE I In the stomach stomachundigested stomachi5 sthmac sthmacundigested
i5 undigested for fordays forJ
J CELEBRATED days and andtthen tthen tthenyou then thenyoU thenyou
you wpndef wpndefwhy wdndei wdndeiwhy wonde wondewhy
why you I feel feelthe feelIll feelthe
Ill Cleanse Cleansethe
the bowels wIth wIththe withthe
the Bitters aa aayou and anftyou and4t
4t s you will not notsuJTer notsufler noti notfr
< suJTer from fromBULCHING tromDUrcmNG
fa STOMACH STOMACHTrER5 S It will willstrengthen
TTER TrER5 strengthen strengthenyour your rn stomach Ch I
II A clever Idea in making maklpgqp up p childrens summer hats Is to use drawstrings so
that they may be easily easll laundered When the brim Is drawn In by the strings to
fit the head it Is made to stand out in becoming fullness around the face The Thecrown Thecrown Thecrown
crown is a soft TamWh1ch Tarn which wbea ready for the laundry U perfectly flat and andround nndI andround
round These hats are made of lawn and white nainsook trfmnied trf ed at the edge ot o
I the brim with th tuck tucklDgs ings or of pique trimmed with bands of olcolor color
deprecate d eprecate any efforts which whichby by statutewUl statutewUltorbld statute will willforbid willorbid
forbid f the officers of the Army rmy to do what whatthey whatthey whatthey
they find best for the morality health and anddiscipline AnddiscIpline
discipline d of their men The testimonials testimonialsas
as to the matter from the various sol soldiers soldiers aoldierz ¬
diers homes are equally convincing
hThs This Is the Urst time that this matter rn ter
has really come up for carslul cnr u considera consideration conslderalion ¬ I
lion t ion The
misunderstanding which
ear earnest earnest ¬
nest people throughout the United States
have upon this matter is appalling It Is Iscertainly Iscertainly I ICertainly
certainly true that drunkenness and the thevices thevIces
vices attendant thereon are 01 oi all things thingsthe thingsthe
the evils most greatly to be feared In an anarmy anarmy Inarmy
army and that they are too rife in any an anarmy
army but when we are referred to their theirprevalence theIrprealence
prevalence among the volunteers Tolunteerswe we rnuct rnuctremember mu mutremember t tremember
remember that the volunteers generally
had no post exchange change and sometimes al ¬
lowed them to become nirre I11 re post traders
institutions where sales < were w re made with without without ¬
out proper restriction restrictionFor restrictionFor
For example a ve yep impassioned ad ¬
dress was made before us u committee by
the chaplain of the First Tennessee Volun ¬
teer Infantry That regiment had no can canteen cantoen canteen ¬
teen and its adjutant tells us that its itsgod itsgood itsgood
good order and sobriety wero best when
it was brigaded with the Twentythird
Infantry and the men found their way
to the canteen where with much good
I fellowahip there was a minimum of deser desertion desertlon desertion ¬
tion Lieutenant Coffman states that th thsame thsame the thesame
same experience was had at Iloilo where wherethe wherethe her hertho
the strictest prohibition prohlb Uon measures ecsures wer weradopted weradopted nera neraadopted
adopted resulting in the greatest amount amountof amountot amountof
of drunkenness on native liquors while whileas whileas whileas
as soon as the Eighteenth Infantry estab ¬
lished their canteen near the regiment reglm ent the
drunkenness fell off offThis offThIs offThis
This Is a question of our practical duty dut dutas dutyas I
as men and brethren to our brothers In tho
Army We must treat them exactly as we weprepared 0
do our brothers at home Unless we weprepared 3 3prepared
prepared to deny to our friends at homo homothe bomothe
the right to drink a glass gl1 of beer In their theirown theirown
own houses it is neltheY nelth r our duty nor 6u 6uright our ourrIght u uTight
right to enforce such prohibition against againstour againstour againstour
our brothers In the Army as distinguished
from proper restrictions restrictionsCHASQED rc restrictionsCRARGED > strlcllonsC1rA1iGED
Maryland Man Taken III 11111 Four KoacUnnxlitcrn FourDnnhtcrft Fo FoDanwhtera
Unnxlitcrn Into Delaware DelawareELKTON DclaareELKTON DelnvareELKTON
ELKTON Md Id Jane 1Oe 13 13Four Four warrants warrantscharging warrantscksrgthg warrantsch
charging ch rgng Harry B Bonlden of the Filth FifthDistrict FilthDistrict FilthDistrict
District with kidnaping his four daughters daughterswere daughterswere daughterswere
were sworn out yesterday by States Stat s At Attorney Attorney 1 1torney ¬
torney William S Evans and Deputy Sher Sheriff SherIff Slier1ff ¬
iff McAllister left to arrest Boulders last lastnight lastnIght lastnight
night nightThe nIghtThe
The four daughters of Boulden were last lastweek l1StTeek lastweek
week committed by Magistrate P M
Groves GroC to the Henry Watson Home for
Children in Baltimore city complaint be being beIng being ¬
ing made by relatives of Boulden that ha hawas hewas howas
was not the proper person to look cftor
them their mother having died recently
After the t e children were committed Boul ¬
den plead with Sheriff Price to allow Uow him himto himto himto
to take the children home to get clothing clothingpromising clothIngpromising clothIngpromising
promising to return them The sheriff sheriffconsented sheriffconsentel1 sheriffconsented
consented but on Sunday Boulden tor h hhis Llc > 3c
his children into Delaware DelawareTO DelaateTO DelawareTO
The aildvale Steel Company Co III lIon to Enter Entertbc Enterthe
PHILADELPHIA June 13 13The The Mliivale MliivaleSteel MldvaIeSteel MidrajeSteel
Steel Company will soon begin baSI tho manu manufacture mwufacture manufacture ¬
facture of armor plate and there Is rea reaeon rea150n reaeon
eon to believe they hav hate e gone into the ven venture vcnture icature ¬
ture with a guarantee of Government con contracts coatracts contracts ¬
tracts For the past year workmen have
been busy erecting additional buildings on onthe onthe onthe
the site at NIcetown near this city and andthese andthese andthese
these now cover an area of more than thir thirty thirty thirty ¬
ty acres acresThe acresThe acresThe
The preparations row under way will re require requIre yequlre ¬
quire the expenditure of o at least least3OOOOOO least3OOOOOOand 3000000 3000000and
and when the plant Is ready the company companywill companywUl companywill
will be able to ttrn out armor tho qual quality qualI qualiy ¬
ity I of which will be equally as good as that thatmade thatmade thatmade
made by the th companies that now have a amonopoly amonopoly amonopoly
monopoly and that practically dictate dictateterms dictateterms dictateterms
terms to the Government GovernmentAaniUttiaIds Governmentilinida er h hAn
An AaniUttiaIds alds Snnfcc Story StoryWESTMINSTER StoryWESTMINSTER StoryWESTMINSTER
WESTMINSTER Md Juno IS 13Cara 13CaraLegore 13CocaLcgore Cora CoraLcgore
Lcgore a domestic employed by Frederick FrederickG
G Tingling a farmer living In Pleasant PleasantValley Pleasa PleasantValley t tValley
Valley Carroll county had an exciting ex experience experience axpenance ¬
perience with a snake Monday She went wentto wentto Wentto
to the stable table to milk the cows and nd shortly shortlyafterward short shortarternard shortlyafterward
afterward was found unconscious Her Herstory l ILrstory r rstOI
stOI story was 115 that while milking she felt feltsomething teltsomethIng feltsomething
something tugging at her 1 > er dress drembut but took tookno tooknj tooka
no a notke cf It Suddenly the ueal lC4 i of a ahuge ahuge ahuge
huge snake shot up in ront of her h r face faceIts facells faceIts
Its body was wrcpped w pped about her er ivaiL wai < t L She Shethrew Shethrew Shethrew
threw up her hands to ward off otrtha the snake snakeand snak snakand snakeand
and then fainted The snake aid her no
Ocean Steamship Movements aiuvemeiitxNEW 1lovemcntJII1EW MovementsNEW
NEW YORK June 13 lArdved Arrived Train Training TrolnIng Trainlog ¬
ing ship Hartford Ethlopfa Glasgow GlasgowFrledrlch GlasgowFriedrich GlasgowFriedrlch
Frledrlch TIer er Grosse Bremen Spasm Spaarndom Spnarndam Spasmdarn
dom Rol Rotterdam erdam Southwark Antwerp
Philadelphia Liverpool Sardinia Glas Glasgow Glasgow GInsgow ¬
gow Kansas City Bristol Arrived out outPennsylvania outPennsYlanla outPennsylvania
Pennsylvania from Jew ew York at Cher ¬
bourg Kaiser Wilhelm II from Cromew New York Yorkat Yorkat Yorkat
at Gibraltar Glhr ltar Kaiser William Del Grosse
from NeW York at Bremen Potsdamfrom Potsdarofrom Potsdam Potsdanifrom
from New York at Boulogne BoulogneA i iA
A A German Family FamlI Stranded StrandedHAGERSTOWN StrandcdHAGEPSTOWN StrandedHAGERSTOWN
HAGERSTOWN Md June 13 13Tbecounty 13Tbe 13Thecounty The Thecounty
county commissioners and the Western WesternMaryland Westernlaryland WesternMaryland
Maryland Railroad yesterday paid the fare tareto fareto i ito
to Baltimore of a German family of four fourwho fourwho j
who were stranded here They came from
Germany and went to California and then thenwent thenwent thenwent
went to o Roanoke They came here from fromthe fromthe i ithe
the latter place In Baltimore they will
try through the German Consul Consullo to get back
to their home In Germany
Comment C omments of President Eliot of liar Harvard Uarnrd liarward ¬
ward nrd Lnivernlty LnivernltyBOSTON niverIlU UnivrsitBOSTOZ niverIlUBOSTO
BOSTON BOSTO June 13 13Presldent President Eliot of ofHarvard otI ofHarvard
Harvard addressed the Cambridge Con Congregational Celgregatlonal Cetregattonal ¬
I gregational g Club Monday evening on Ihe IhevUit IheTait theisit
vUit v isit of the Cuban teachers t acherJ to Cambridge Cambridgathis Cambrldg3thl Cambridgethis
this thl summer In opening the subject Presi President Pnsldeut Prisident ¬
dent Eliot spoke ol o the undertaking as assomewhat assomewh1t asomewhat
somewhat s unique He said saidThe ElidThe raidThe
The object Is to show CW the Cubans what whatAmerican whatAmerican whatAmerican
American civilization is like They have haveall haeIn havell
all a In ll suffered from geaeratioas of 0 Spanish Spanishmsrule Spcnllhmsrule Sponiabmsmule
msrule Their education is necessarily necessarilymiagre necessarilymJagre necessarilymeagre
miagre Last t December the sciocl scJ1 1 sys systen systeU syseli
ten t eli was extremely rough There are 3 1 1StO
5 StO 00 0 teachers and nearly half have enrolled enrolledthemselves enrolledthemsehos
themselves t to come Only 1430 1I O can be ac accommodated accommo aconunodated ¬
commodated commo c < ated about equally divided be between belween beween ¬
tween t ween the two sexes The idea originated originatedwith originatedwIth originatedwith
with Ernest Ern t Lee Conant a former teacher
here in the university and oae of the first firstAmericans firstAmericans firstAmericans
Americans to enter Havana Havennafter after ter the close closeof closeof closeof
of the war warWe warWe warWe
We shall certainly certalnl shock these Cubans Cubansby Cnbansby Cubansby
by some of our manners and customs customsThis customsThis customsThis
This cannot be helped so great Is the con contrast contrast conmast ¬
trast t between us For instance they are areutterly aroutterly amutterly
utterly unaccustomed to the sight of ofdrunkenoess 0 0drunkencess ofdrunkenness
drunkenness The manners of o our boys will willcertainly willcertalnl willcertainly
certainly certalnl appear strange s e to them We Wei Wemust Wemust
i must try to soften our Cambridge boy for forthe torthe forthe
the time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The amount subscribed today he con continued continued coninued ¬
tinued t is 552000 5000 and andlwe we hope and expect expecttht ex expecthat ect ectthrt
hat t the entire entire37d000twiIt JTOOOOi iOOOO mIL be received by
the timo the Cubans CubanssaIV CubanssaIVI sail sailDEFENDED sa11DEPENDED
i She S he Declares That Barbara bara Frcltchle FrcltchleVa FecitchieVne
I Va Vne 111I Not a Myth MythAMESBURY 3itbAMESBURY Uth UthA
AMESBURY A IESBVRY Mass ass June 13 13At At the thomeeting themeeUng themeeting
meeting of the WhittlerHome l1ltUer Home Association Associationyesterday Associationyesterday AssoIaUoayesterday
yesterday Mrs Donald McLean of New NewYork XewYork NewYork
York defended Barbara rbarn Freitchle She Shefrowned Shetrowned Shefrowned
frowned on all attempts to to make it appear appearthat appearI appearthat
that she was simply a creature cr eature of Whit Whittiers WhIttiers Whittiers
I tiers imagination and the members as asthey asthey asthey
they listened voiced volcodthc1r their approval with withapplause withapplause nilkapplause
applause applauseAt applauseAt applauseAt
At the close of her aldress Mrs trs Mc Mctographs McLean McLean
Lean presented the assocIation with pho photographs
tographs of the Freitchle home samples samplesof
of work done by Barbara and a piece of otJer
her Jer dress dressMHS dressMRS dresstas
She I b Said to Be Suffering Surrerln With AVJtUCreeping WithCreepinsy Hh
Creeping Creep In I Paralysis ParalynlHPORTSMOUTH ParnJIHPORTSlIOUTII ParalysisPORTSMOUTH I
PORTSMOUTH N H June 13 13A A Con Concord Con4 Con4cord Concord ¬
cord correspondent of the PortsmouthTimes Portsmouth PortsmouthTimes PorbmouthTImcs
Times declares that Mary Baker Bake Eddy Eddymother Eddymother Eddymother
mother of Christian Science ScIen Is afflicted afflictedwith atIllctedrllh afflictedwith
with creeping paralysis paralysisCrowds parJIysisCroyds paralysisCrowds
Crowds of Christian Scientists Including
delegates deleglt from nearly every eteryState State in the
Union visited Concord last week but very
few if any of them got a glimpse of her terthough 1erthough herthough
though many of thorn kissed the front
doorstep at Pleasant View Iew It was un unoIerstood ¬
derstood says the correspondent that thatall tbatall thatall
all would have an opportunity to see Mrs
Eddy from a proper distance as she took
her daily drive but it so happens that thatsome thatsome thatsome
some other person is generally rigged up
to t resemble her for those dally drives and andsuch and5uch andsuch
such was the case most of the time the thopast theP1St thepast
past week weekCUMBERLAND weeklIelrs
Heir Fighting Fightir n Vlll VlllCUMBERLAND 111 111cmlBERLAND
CUMBERLAND Md d June 13 13Judg 13JudgStake 13JudgeStake Judga JudgaStake
Stake yesterday heard argument In the will willcase willcase 111 111case
case of Marian Adelaide Sherman of Au Augusta Augus Augusts ¬
gusts gus Me who died at Mountain Lake LakePark LkePark LakePark
Park In 1S31 and left an estate valued at
8000 to the Foreign Missionary Society Societyof
of the Methodist Episcopal Church for the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose I
purpose of educating a Bible class of six sixgirls sixgirls
girls in India The heirs some time ago agosoughiJa4 agosough agoscughjtabrealc I
soughiJa4 sough scughjtabrealc breakthew1lt > reakthe the wilt and andthe the court courtdecided courtd
decided d Lded It void Upon petition of the so society society society ¬
ciety the case was wasrcopened reopened and nnr argued arguedby arguedby arguedby
by Baldwin Baldwin and F W V Storey Storeyof Storeyot Storeyof
of Baltimore for the society and E H HMitchell HMitchell HMitchell
Mitchell of Oakland and R IL T Semmes Semmesof
of a this city for tho defendants The mat mattor mattor matbr
tor was held sub sup curia curiaIacretla curiaLuerctia curiaLucretin
Iacretla Peabody Ieabod Hale Dead DeadBOSTON DeadBOSTO DeadBOSTON
BOSTON June 13 13Miss Miss Ii s LucretIa Pea Peabody Penbody Peabody
body Hale eldest surviving sister of Rev RevDr RovDr RevDr
Dr E E IL Hale died yesterday here in her hereightieth hereIghtieth hereIghtieth
eightieth year Her curly life was wa passed passedin asscd asscdIn L Lin
in Boston with the people who made Bos Boston Boston Boston ¬
ton famous At the Hale home were ere to tobe tobe tebe
be found the Lovells tho Sumners and andmany anlImany andmany
many others of their day the life of ofwhom orwbom olwhom
whom is so well described In Dr Halos HalosNew Halosw I INew
New w England Boyhood BoyhoodA
A London Municipal Loan LoanLONDON LoanLO LoanLONDON
LONDON LO OS June 13 13The The London County CountyCouncil CountyCouncil Count3Council
Council has authorized a loan of l5oo0 5000 5000COO 5000coo
COO The price baa bas been fixed at 37 9 12
The death of Mrs Margaret Hollyday HollydayCompton HollydlCompton HollydayCompton
Compton widow of Hon Barnes Compton Comptonof
of Maryland which occurred at her home homeIn homein homein
In Laurel will be a source of deep regret regretto regrecto regretto
to a wide ide circle of Washington friends friendsShe trlendsShe friendsShe
She had been In poor heilth h ltb for tor some time timeprior timeprior timeprior
prior to her husbands bus da death and that event eventserved eventserved eventserved
served to hasten her decline During tae taepast tnepast thepast
past week her condition grew rapidly rapidlyworse mpidlyworse rapidlyworse
worse terminating fatally 1tally on Monday a afew ufew afew
few minute after midnight The funeral funeralservice funeralservice funeralservice
service will take place today at St SL Phil Philips Philips Philips ¬
ips P E Church at Laurel The Inter Interment Interment intermont
ment which Is i to be private will be at atLondon atLondon atLondon
London Park Baltimore where her bus husband htuband busband ¬
band lies Mrs tlrs Compton was the daugh daughter daughter daughter ¬
ter of the late Col John H Sothoron of ofThe orThe ofFbe
The Plains St Marys county She was waamarried wumarried wasmarried
married to Mr Ir Compton In 1858 She leaves leavesfour leaestour leavesfour
four sons son and two daughters namely J JH JH JH
H Sothoron Compton of Baltimore Key KeyCompton KefCompton KeiCompton
Compton of Norfolk orto1k Va V Dr William WilliamPenn WilHamPenn WilliamPenn
Penn Compton of this city Barnes Comp Compton Compton Compton ¬
ton Jr of Baltimore Baltimore Miss Mary Barnes BarnesCompton BarnesCompton BarnesCompton
Compton of Laurel Md and Mrs Irs Eliza Elizabeth Ellz1beth Eiizabeth ¬
beth Compton Rees of Asheville N C CMrs CInr CMrs
Mrs Inr Compton was a woman of gracious and andcharming andcharming andcharming
charming manners and won hosts of offriends ofirfcnds ofiticnds
friends by whom she was greatly belovea beloveaDuring belave1DurIng belcveaDuring
During recent years she suffered at t times timesintense timesintense timesIntense
intense pain but her courage and cheerful cheerfulness cheerulnes cheerfulness ¬
ness never failed failedSt tailedSt failedSt
St Stephens Church was the scene of ofone otone ofOne
one of the most mostbeaulltul beautiful weddings of the themany themany themany
many which occurred last night The Thebride Thebride Thebride
bride was Miss Iss Mary EstelJo Estell Rabbltt and andthe andthe andthe
the groom gmoo Mr Ir William Osborne Hall the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter ot Ohio The jubilant chords cf o the thenuptial thl thlnupt1Jl thenuptial
nuptial chorus from Lohengrin an announced asflounced ¬ I Inounced
nounced the approach of the bride who whowore whowore I Iwore
wore a aJirllshJy girlishly lovely wedding gown gownWhit3 ti tiwhlta f fwhite
white crepe de chine appliqued with withpearls wIthpearls withpearls
pearls A pearl and diamond gift from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the groom groomtlstened fastened the folds of her berluJle berluJleveil tulle tulleyell tulleil
yell il in place and she carried carrlell Bride roses rosesi rosesiiTangedrn resesarranged
i arranged iiTangedrn in a shower bouquet Miss HissI Misslirfan MissMarian
I Maria Marian a Boyle the maid of honor and the thei theoI theonly
i only oI ly attendant of the bride wore white vrhftezwlss whiteSwiss oKbrteswiss
swiss over over yellow silk and andcarried carried yellow yellowi yellowchrysant yellowchryaanthexnums
i chrysanthemums chrysant eI1ums To comply with the ec c ¬
clesiastic law that permits no woman to toenter toenter toenter
enter the Catholic church uncovered she shewore sheworo shewore
wore In her l1 r hair a a large golden yellow yellowchrysanthemum yellowchrysanthemum yellowchrysaathemurp
chrysanthemum The ushers who preceded preceded pre proceded > ¬
ceded the bride hrld to the altar were Mr MrRaymond MrRaymond lr lrRaymond
Raymond Boyle Mr Robert Merriam Mr MrGeorge MrGeo
George Geo ge Cator and Mr Victor Desio The Thegroom Thegroom Thegroom
groom with his best man Mr d James JamesSmith JamesSmith JamesSmith
Smith of New Orleans awaited the thebrides theI thebrides
brides coming In the Cower fragrant sanc sanctuary sanctUuT sanetuarywhort1ocermoeywaapcgfOrg ¬
tuarywhort1ocermoeywaapcgfOrg tuarywhort1ocermoeywaapcgfOrgby tuary whthoceremOG7wUPQ whr U cer mou jwia pqjforaed pqjforaedby fcrnjd
by Rev Father F1t1 Caughy of St SL Stephens StephensChurch s sChurch aChurch
Church A reception was held from S to
10 at the residence of the brides parents parentsMr parentsMr rents rentsr
Mr r and Mrs Joseph R Rabbitt 2107 2107Street 101 X XStreet
Street aftir atr r which Mr and Mrs 1r3 Hall left leftfor lefttor leftfor
for a brt brtaf il l visit IsIt North They will reside resideIn residein
In Conneuit Ohio the home of the groom groomAnother groomAnother
Another very Cry pretty wedding of last lastnight lastnight
night occurred at Calvary Baptist Church Churchthe Churchthe
the bride brldeJelng aelng Miss 1iss Mary Iarr Virginia Wall Walllag WailIng iVaillog
lag and the groom Mr Ir George Hamilton HamiltonWilder HamIltonWilder HamiltonWilder
Wilder The officiating omc aUng clergyman was wasRev wasRev WasRev
Rev S H 1L Greene pastor of the church chnrchThe churchThe churchThe
The bride wearing white silk Use l over overivory overivory I IIory
ivory satin and carrying a a bouquet of ofBride ofBride ofBride
Bride roses entered the church with the thegroom thegroom thegroom
groom They were ere preceded by the ushers uehersMr WhersMr ushersMr
Mr Victor H Knight and Mr G Earle EarleYancy EarleYancy EarleYancy
Yancy of Florida Mr lr William T Davis Davisot Davisot Davisof
ot Kentucky and Mr Ir McRae of Arkansas ArkansasBehind ArkansnsBehInd ArkansasBehind
Behind them walked the maid of honor honorMiss hono1liss honorMiss
Miss Thomas wearing white point desprit despritFrance dospritoer despritover
over pInk taffeta Her flowers were La LaFrance LaFrance
France roses Miss 1tS6 Carmen Walling the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little niece of o the bride made mate a dainty daintyflower daintyflower daintyflower
flower girl in blue silk mull with which whichshe which5he whIchshe
she carried a profusion of sweet peas of oldifferent ofdltferent ofdifferent
different colors A small reception re Cptlon for the therelatives therelaUes therelatives
relatives and an Intimate friends of the thefamily thetamlly thefamily
family followed toll owed at the residence ot the themother thomother themother
mother of o the bride 314 D Street north northeast tiortheast 1ortheast ¬
east and later Mr and Mrs Irs Wilder left leftfor lefttor leftfor
for a honeymoon trip before proceeding proceedingto
to their home In Tampa Fin They will willreturn willreturn i11 i11turn
return turn to Washington ash gton next winter Among Amongthe Amoogthe Amongthe
the guests at the reception were Repro Representative Reprosentative ¬
sentative Sparkman and Representative Representativeand RepresentaUeand
and and Mrs Irs Davis and Miss Davis all of otFlorida ofFtorfda ofFlorIda
Florida Mrs rs L I E Kaufman and Miss MissKaufman MissKaufman Ls LsKtufman
Kaufman and Mr R IL N McCulIoch of ofBaltimore ofBaltlQOre ofBaltImore
Baltimore BaltimoreThe BaltlQOreThe BaltImoreThe
The marriage of Miss lss Margaret N Car Carter Carter Carter ¬
ter niece of Mr Ir R H Golden to Mr MrWlUid MrWlUl MrVlliid
WlUid IL 1 or Baum took place last night at atRyland atRy1lnd atRyland
Ryland M d I E Church in the presence of a alarge alarge alarge
large gathering of o relatives and frienos frienosThe Crient13The frienOsThe
The ceremony was performed rformed by Rev A AM AM Ar
M r Reed of Edenburg Va who Is the thebrotherinlaw thebrotherInlaw thebrotherinlaw
brotherinlaw of the bride assisted ny ByRev nyRe1 ny11ev
Rev Alexander Blelaski pastor tor of the thechurch tbechurch thechurch
church The brides gown was of white whileorgandie whiteorgandie whiteorgandie
organdie over white silk worn without a aveil aeU aveil
veil eU and her bouquet bouq et was ot o Bride roses rosesHer ro5e3Her rosesHer
Her only attendant Miss Iss Eleanor C CBaum CBaum CBaum
Baum sister ot the the > groom wore p pink ptnkmousseline pinkmousseitno nk
mousseline de sole apd carried La France Franceroses Franc Francres Francaroses
roses res The ushers were Mr lr Walter C CBalderstoa CBalderston CBaiderstori
Balderstoa Mr Ir Ernest H lL Oaniel Mr r J JBurr JBarr JBurr
Burr Piggott and Mr r Henry E Baum BaumTho BaumThe um umThe
The best man was CiS Mr Thaddeus M Jones JonesTha JClSTha JeneaThe
Tha bride entered the church with her heibrother he hebrother herbrother
brother Mr William Golden lden Carter and andher andber andher
her uncle gave her In marriage The Thechancel Thechancel Thechancel
chancel of the church vas as gracefully dec decorated decorJted deeorated ¬
orated with cut flowers and palms There Therewas Th Thwas Therewas
was no reception re < eptlon as Mr lr and Mrs Dawn Bauialeft Dawnleft Baumleft
left at once for a bridal trip North They Theywill Theywill Theywill
will reside upon their return at 712 B BStreet BStreet BStreet
Street southwest southwestThe southw southwestThe t tThe
The British Ambassador has gone to toNew toNew I
New ew York where he will have the degree degreeot degreeof degreeof
of LL D conferred upon him by Colum Columbia Columbia Columbin ¬
bia College He will return to Washing Washington Washington ashi1g ¬
ton tomorrow The Hon Maude Iaude Paunce Pauncefote Pluncefote Pauncetote
fote who accompanied her father ther will go goto goto
to New London and Newport epOrt to select a acottage acottage
cottage suitable for the headquarters of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the embassy during the season seasonSenora sensonSenora seasonSeneca
Senora de Azplroz wife of the Mexican MexicanAmbassador MexicanAmbassador MexicanAmbassador
Ambassador left last night for a months monthsvisit mo montlfsvisit ths thsvisIt
visit to her home In Mexico Iexicc The Ambas Ambassador Ambassador < mbRs ¬
sador with his two daughters Senora Pe Perez Perez Pcrex ¬
rez Rivera and Senorita Belen de Azplroz Azplrozand A2plrozand AzpIrozand
and her son Don Rodrlgo will go next nextMonday nexttonday nextMonday
Monday to Spring Lake N J where they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have taken a cottage cottal e for the summer summerSenora summerSenora summerSenoma
Senora de d Azplroz will Join them there thereupon thereupn thereupon
upon her return from Mexico MexicoMrs MexIcoMrs Iexlco
Mrs Hay wife of the Secretary ot o State Stateleft StAteleft Stateleft
left Washington yesterday yest erdllY for the sum summer summer suminer ¬
mer home of the family on Lake Sunapee SunapeeThe SunnpeeTho SunapeeThe
The Misses Hay will w11l1enve leave in a day or two twoto twoto twoto
to Join her herSenator herSenator herSenator
Senator Depew and his niece Miss MissPauldlng MissPaulding MissPauldiag
Pauldlng left Washington yesterday for forNew torNetT forNew
New York and Corcoran Corcot ll House will be beclosed beclosed beclosed
closed for the summer summerOn summerOn
On account of the band being out of the thecity thecity thecity
city to attend the th demonstration to Gen General GeneralOtls Genoral ¬
oral eralOtls Otis at Rochester there will be no noconcerts noconcerts noconcerts
concerts at either elthertha the Marine Barracks or orthe orthe
the Executive Mansion this week The TheWednesday TheWednesday I
Wednesday concerts at the Capitol will willbegin w111begIn nillbegin
begin June 20 being also deferred one oneweek oneweek oneweek
airs IrH rs Bevcrldsre Very er Ill 111DANSVTLLE InDAXSTJLLE IllDANSVILLE
DANSVTLLE N Y June 13 13Mrs Mrs Al Albert Albert Albert ¬
bert J Beveridge wife of the Indiana IndianaSenator lndlaxuSenator IndianaSenator
Senator who has been at the sanitarium sanitariumhere sanitariumhere stati L Lhere
here for several months on account of a aserious a 1 11erlous I Iserious
serious illness has grown worse wo within the thelast the1lst thelast
last few days and is again In a critical criticalcondition criticalcondItion criticalcondition
condition The Senator is now at 1t her bed bedside bnlside bedside ¬
side There is little hope of her recovery
Horsfords HerefordsAcid HorsfordsAcid I IAcid
Acid Phosphate PhosphateTaken
Taken aFter after exhaustive exhau tive illness acts as asa asa asa
a wholesome tonic giving strength strengthand str strengthand ngth ngthand i
and vigor to the entire system systemI
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mens knit underwear underwearRight underw ar arRight
Right from the factory comes fifteen cases of womens wome s and andmens andmend indmel5
mend knit underwear to us and you get if at almost half halt its itsvalue itsaluc itsvalue
value aluc simply because we can do it itOffers itOffers itOffers
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and even thoughou though youve e already alread bought it will pay pay you ou to lay in ina ina ina
a supply for months ahead aheadWell aheadVeU aheadWell
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The Earl of Yarmouth Te Te1itl Testifies tl0e es Con COI1ccrl11D Conceralnw Concerning ¬
cerning ccrl11D III Expenditure ExpcndltureJILO ExpendituresLONDON ExpenditureLONDON
LONDON LO mON June 13 13At1 13Atjha At dee public ex examination cxanimatIon ¬
t animatIon of the Earl of bgmouth 52aemouth uth CErlc CErlcHope Eric EricHope EricHope
Hope in the Bankruptcy ankrupt fiourt J nrt yester yesterday Y yesterday te teday ¬
day he stated that his fatherallowed fa aIlo ed him hImOO
jsoo OO a year He found tbi Badequate 10 10hls
hls expendItures whWiti wh1hi < 1 azpounied ounte to to3OOO
3000 a yea His debts deb include Include 33LO 9lO 9lOto
to a money lender and a bHJ bU H at tt Princes Princesrestaurant Prlncesrestaurant Princesrestaurant
restaurant for 113 for suppers suppersHo suppgsHe suppers suppersHo
Ho stated that Mr Ir Frhmaa Frpboiaa n paid him himat himat
at the rate of J50 50 perllw1tek per k for eight eightweeks eIghtWeeks eightweeks
weeks and then reducexnt redl t to 25 per perweek perweek perweek
week for five additional addiU laJ wKis The earl earltestified earltestified earltestified
testified that he was anxious auxJoptfJ anxiop to return to toAmerica teAmerica toAmerica
America to act He did Id nof n wish ish to act actwith actwith actwith
with Mr r Frohmaa Fr hmaa He weald Id prefer to towork towork towork
work for same smeone one else elseTHE
Viceroy Curzon Ilepfirt Rein In Sew ScvI Sewera 1 1cral
I ernl era of the tb Provinces ProvincesI lroJneesLOXDON IrowineeaLONDON
I LONDON Juae 1Z 13Lonl Lord Curz Cuzu Cezea o Vice Viceray Viceray Viceray
ray of India telegraphs te the Indian Office Officethat omeethat Officethat
that the mooscoa DC MCOD is setting in on the theMalsbAr theMalabr
MalsbAr coast from Cape Ceowrin to GOd Goaand Gasand
and is extending northward The Indica ImHeattons Indications indicalions
lions are eocouragiBg e couraglag There was IS a gen general general geaend ¬
eral rainfall recently over the Deccanthe Docean Doceanthe Deceanthe
the south and parts of the central eeatr prov provinces provInces prowincee ¬
inces There have been n good g od rains on the theOrissa theOrissa theOrisea
Orissa coast from Balaaore to Goinpore GoinporeTHE GolnporeTHE GoinporeTHE
A SJnjorltr of the Members Adverse Adverseto
to the Government GovernmentPARIS GovernmcntPARIS GovernmentPARIS
PARIS June 13 l3Tbe The amnesty commis commission commission connieSian ¬
sion is composed com of eight deputies op opposed op1J05e opposed ¬
posed 1J05e < i to the Government project proj t and an five Svewho fivewho
who favor it itAlthough It ItAlthough ItAlthough
Although a majority of the amnesty amnestycommission amnestycommission mnestycommission
commission elected by the Chamber of ofDeputies otDepuUes ofDeputies
Deputies are adverse to the Government Governmentthe Governmentthe I
the significance of the fact is lost when whenIt whenIt whenit
It is stated that only XQ members ot the theChamber theChamber theChamber
Chamber which comprises a membership membershipof i iof
of 576 were present proeenuTHE presentTEE
j jTHE
The Territorial Convention Concuton Elect EleotaDelegates I IDeJeJates IDelegates
Delegates to Philadelphia PhiladelphiaHONOLULU lhiadeJplfn IliiladciphlnHONOLULU I
HONOLULU JiXOLULU J J8ne ne 5 S via T T Sas a Francisco FranciscoJune Froaco FroacoJu FranciscoJune
June Ju 12 1Te 13The The first ir Republican Rpbin Territorial Territorialconvention Territorialconvention
cncnU convention ever ee held la Hawaii Hawi Tertl11 ended ene Its Itslabors It itslabees
labors lab on May ly31 31 after afer a two t days day ses session sesslo seasion ¬
sion slo B F BUliagteat DUtngh Samuel Suel Parker ParkerW Prke ParkerW I
W R Castle and A A N Keporkai Keprkl were wereelected wereelected
R Ce aD I Ielect
elected elect d delegate deete to l t the Philadelphia Plephl Con Convention Conventlon ¬
vention sad a Henry Hen WaterlniMc Wat < Curtis Curtlalauksa Cur Curtislaulcea CRI
lauksa R Hycroft Ryrft a a aM d C C B Wilson Wilsonalternates Wiln Wilnalernte Wilsonalternates
alternates alernte Dilliagbaau DUiDe Dtitngbit Castle Cle Ryeroft Ryeroftand Rrol Rrolanc Rytreltand
and anc Waterhotts Waterhs are an wait wht white and aD all promi prominent pr prnent premineat ¬
nent in business busp s or sugar Sp grewteg gMg greg Parker Parkeris Pker PkerIs
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