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4 THE WASHINGTON lV TIMES Tr LES WEDNESDAY JUNE 24 1903 190
POTOMAC BOAT CLUB CLUBIN GLUBUREWS UB UBUII
UREWS UII IN TRAINING TIUIININ6Aspirants TRAININGAspirants TRA1t11GAspirants
Aspirants for Aquatic Lau Laurels Laurels Lanrels ¬
rels Prepare for Regattas RegattasFIRST RegattasFIRST RegattasFIRST
FIRST EVENT HERE JULY 18 18EightOarefl 18EightOafcd
EightOarefl Shell Men Preparing for forPhiladelphia forPhiladolphia forPhiladoiphia
Philadelphia Regatta July 4 4Olub 4Olubhouse 4ClUbb0U50 Glub Glubhouse
house Entirely Remodeled RemodeledThe RemodeledI RemodeledTho
I
Tho coatingont of oarsman oarsmon and as aspirants aspirants aspzrants ¬
pirants for aquatic laurels of the Po Potomac Potcmac ¬
tomac Boat Club Is a busy one these thtsedays thesedays thesedtzs
days Noer In tho history hlstor of tho olub olubhave olubImc olubhave
have the th mon taken ao much interest interestin
in water sports and oven tho young younguna younglOn8
una 1n haro the fever Three regattas regattasqre rogattaore i iqre
qre staring the mombors of the club In Inthj IntLJ Inthi
thj lace ace nn nnci < V as the Potomaqa Potomncs have hav al always always alvays ¬
ways been seen In the lh vanguard vtUiguard In most mostal most mostall
al all > regattas rogattns down d wnio to date at the present presentactive presentndlve
active members have but to follow tho thosplendid thosplendid
splendid precedent established establishedOn
On Saturday July IS tho first club olubregatta clubregattn
regatta will tako place on the Potomac PotomacEiver PotomacBner
Eiver courso directly opposite the boat boathouse boathoulle
house Captain Young who ho has charge chargeof chargeot
of the entries on tries expects to have a larger largernumber largernumb largernumbpr
number numb r of contestants than ever In the thevarious tbearlous thevarIous
various events < < and hopes to arrange arrangequite arrangequite arrangequite
quite an attractive card for the day dayRivalry dn dnRivalry dayRivalry
Rivalry Keen KeenTho KeenThe KeenTho
Tho kocnost sort of rivalry exists existsBrrong existssnong existssaong
Brrong the boat clubs of this city as aswell asell a awell
well ell as the ono In Alexandria AI6X udrla Va In Inorder Inorder inorder
order that the sport sportmlghtb might be of the thehighest the11Jghost theiIghost
highest order rdor Captain Young will ar arrange nrrrJJge arrrdage ¬
range for entries from the Analostan AnalostanBoat AnalostanBont AnalostanBoat
Boat Club the Potomacs most for forxufdable tormdable forwtdable
xufdable rival in Washington and also alsofrom nlsolrom alsefrom
from tho Old Dominion Club of Alexan Alexandria AlexLndrJa Aloxfinthin ¬
thin which hlch Is said to Include In its itsmembership itsI11tmbershlp It Itmembership
membership some of the best oarsmen oarsmento oarsmento oarsmento
to be found in that city The program programon programon progranon
on July 18 will Include canoe outrigger outriggerfour outrJggerteur outriggerfeur
four and eightoared crew races and andother nndother andother
other events A number of handsome handsomeprizes hnndsomoprJzes handsomcprizes
prizes will be awarded to the winners winnersof winnersof winnersof
of the various events and If the pres present presnt proscnt ¬
ent nt plans arc carried out tho affair affairshould afinixshould
should prove a huge success successUnder sucoesstndertbe successtnder I
Under tndertbe the tutelage of C A ZapponI ZapponIthe Zapponlthe Zappontthe
the PotQmac intermediate interined late eightoared eightoaredshell eightoaredsh
shell sh ll crowwiilch row v bcl Is Is now now notrairuing > training fr h lng hard hardand hardnnd L
and faithfully for the Peoples regatta regattaat rcgatttiat L
at Philadelphia on July 4 Is Improving Improvingrapidly hnprovlngrapidly impovinrrapidly
rapidly and making wonderful progress progressEvery progressEvtry progressEvery
Every afternoon the competent instruc instructor Instructor instructar ¬
tor boards tho steam yacht Typos pos and andfollows andfollows anlfollows
follows the men in their thcirshell shell Impart Imparting Imparting Impartlug ¬
ing instructions to thorn In their work workThe worleThe workThe
The men got out about 646 oclock and andalthough 311 311although andalthough
although they do not have a great deal dealof dealat dealof
of time to spend on the water they theyhave the thehao theyhave
have mastered the finer points of the thegame thegame thegame
game
Husky u5kv Lot of Oarsmen OarsmenThe Oarsmenhe OarsmenThe
The he man to be found In thorlnton1le thorlnton1ledlate tho thoinIorfllediate interme intermediate ¬
diate crew arc all well oU up on rowing rowingand rowingand rowingand
and they are a husky lot too The Thecoach Thecoa ThecoaCh
coach coa h has tho boat rigged up In thobent thobentpossible tbebestI1os5lbl8 thebestpossible
possible manner and the positions the themen themon thenofl
men have now no will in all probability prob bmty be betho b btho bethe
tho ones they will occupy on the day dayof la laoC layof
of the race As the lads are now placed placedthe placellthe placedthe
the greatest good can be b accomplished accomplishedby
by tho least expenditure of energy and andstrength andstrenh andstrenzt
strength strengthThe strenhThe h hThe
The lineup of tho crew now Is Chose Choseetroko Chosostroko Chasestroke
stroke Hocox 7 MoGowan 6 Britt DrlttMuner a aMuller i iMuller
Muller 4 Edmonston 3 Maize 2 Hor
nan bow and captain Young coxswain coxswainChase coxswainChase coxswainChase
Chase is a strong rugged lad and sets setsa zetaa
a fine stroke and one which requires requiresmen requiresmon requiresnon
men non to keep up with Hecox of offootball offootball offootball
football fame is as strong a at the finish finishan finishui
an 1 ui ho Is at tho start and IB i therefore thereforea
a i1 valuable man > McGowan 1rcG wan is a well wollJtnown volltDown wellnowa
Jtnown tDown local athlete and is as good if not notbetter notbettor notbettor
bettor on the water ater than he is on terra terraflrma tfrr1flrma terrafirma
flrma Britt has mastered Coach Zap Zapponls Zapponls Zapponts
ponls quick stroke and bids fair to de develop 110elop dovelop ¬
velop elop into an oarsman of exceptional exceptionalability oxcoptlonalnbntty exceptionalnbtltty
ability Carl Muller is a a muscular lad ladwho ladwho ladwho
who has won laurels on the bicycle bicycletrack bloycletrtck cycle cycletrilck
track and can use his arms at rowing rowingcs
cs woll as his log logs in bicycle riding ridingSam rId rulingam In InSam
Sam am Edmonston Is aa exGcorjt exGcorjtUniversity exGcorUnlverslt exGeorUniversity
University Unlverslt oarsman He was a valuableman valuable valuabloman aluabloman
man in the Blue and Gray Ora boat and andCoach nndCoach andCoach
Coach Dempsey hated to give him up upThe upTbe upTile
The Rest Show Well WellMaize WellMnlze
Maize Is the best man that has as yet yetbeen yetbeen yetbeen
been found found to fill position No 2 and andis andIs andIs
is making good thore Hornan is a asplendid asplendid a8plendid
splendid man for tho bow of tho boat boatAnd boatlUd boatjind
And lUd rows an exceptionally strong race raceCaptain raceCaptain raceCaptain
Captain Young Is an able coxswain and andholding andholding andholding
holding that position he always has nIB hieeyes nIBeyos lifeeyes
eyes on his men and can give thorn thorntipi thomUps themtips
tipi on how to row ro a bettor race racethan racethan racethan
than they are doing at the present time timeAll timeAU timeAlI
All in all tho crew Is a good strong strongone stron stronono ztronone
one capable of making It Interesting Interestingor
or uncomfortable for some of tho fast fastcrews tastcrews fastcrews
crews which will flock to Phlllle on the theday theday theday
day we celebrate celebrateThe calobratoThe celebrateThe
The juniors of the club are making makinga malcin malcina
a strong stronsolg olght t for the big Labor Day Dayregatta Dayregl4tta Da Daregtta
regatta which will wmbo be held hero in SoP September SoPtembcr ¬
tember As yet the lads have not boen boeneolectcd boensclected beerselected I
selected to man the boat but will be beselected bosolected b baelocted
selected within a short while from the thefollowing thofollowing thefollowing
following anxious and competent can candidates candidates candidates ¬
didates Preston Edmonston E monston Ourand OurandSalztQclc OurandSalztecJt
S SSalzkck
SalztQclc Dliss ms Mlddloton Bocock Rod RodIngton RodJngton Rodlngton
Ington Llpp Freoman Fr omnn Thompson ThompsonMathows Thompson1Ilathows
Mathows Fairbanks Bvorback La LaGeorge InGeorge L LGeorge I
George Amiss Foster pnd others othersPresident othersPresident othersPresident
President Doyle Active ActiveThe ActiveThe ActiveThe
The regatta committee which la ar arranging arranging arranging ¬
ranging the big aquatic pve 9V6t of Labor LaborDay LaborDay r
rI
Day which Is headed by President John JohnHadley JohnHadley I
Hadley Doyle of the Potomac Olub Is Ismapping Ismapping Ii Iimapping 3
mapping out the details of tho affair affairnnd a1Yafrnnd anaL anaLand
nnd there are indications that It will willprove wUJproo wil wilprovO
prove the th success of the year Mr MrDoyle MrDoyle MrDoyle
Doyle Is a competent oompet nt manager man manhger ger as wall wallas wellas wel i ias
as one of the most popular and uni universally unlersally ¬
versally liked presidents tho Potomac PotomacClub PotomacClub PotomaClub L
Club hag over had He and tho other othermembers othermembers otbe r rmembers
members of the regatta committee hope hopoto hopeto hop ri rito
to make the evont a memorable ono as aswell a awell
well 011 as one which whl h hundreds of persons personswill personswill personwill
will want to witness witnessAt wltnossAt witnessAt
At present the Potomao Clubhouse is isundergoing Isundlrgolng I B Bundergoing
undergoing a complete remodeling It Itis ItIs I t tIs
is believed b > lIeved by President Doyle that tbo tborppalrn thorppalrH tb n nrtpairs
rppalrn will m all bo completed about aboutJuly aboutJuly t tJuly
July 8 or 11 All of the members of the theclub thfC th I Iclub
club C tub will then unltedr united in a gala ala illumi illuminated illuminated ¬
nated parade on the river at night to tobo tobe t 0 0ho
bo allowed by a formal club opening of ofthe otthe o t tthe
the new home homek
k
TO TRANSFER BUREAU BUREAUStatistics BUREAUOF BUREAUOF
OF FOREIGN COMMERCE COMMERCEStatistics M MStatistics
Statistics to Be Published by De Department Department Dcpariment ¬
partment of Commerce CommerceJuly CommerceI CommerceJUly CommerceJuly
I
July 1 the Bureau of Foreign Com Commerce Commorce Cornmarco ¬
marco of the Department of Stato which whichhas whichhas whichas
has h as had charge of the publication and anddistribution anddlstrHmtlon andistributiop
distribution d of the consular reports will willbo willbo wille
bo b e transferred to tho Department of ofCommerce ofCommerco ofCommerce
Commerce and Labor in pursuance of ofprovisions otrovislons ofprovisions
provisions In the net of Congress ap approved approved approved ¬
proved February Fobrunr 14 1803 creating that thatdepartment thatdopartment thatopartment
department d opartment and will 111 be consolidated consolidatedwith consolidatedwith consolidatedwith
with the Bureau of Statistics trans transferred transforred transorred ¬
ferred f orred from tho Troasury to the new do departmont doparttpcmt doartrnont
partmont partmontReports parttpcmt parttpcmtReports p artrnontReports
Reports from consular ofllcora on com commercial commorclal cornmorcial ¬
mercial and industrial subjects will willhoreaftcr willhoreafter willereafter
horeaftcr h ereafter be transmitted through tho De Department Department Deartment ¬
partment p artment of o State to the Department Departmentof partment partmentof
of Commerce and Labor and the latter latterwill latterwill latterwill
will publish and distribute them themA themA themA
A new ne bureau to b bo known as the Bu Bureau Burenu Buenu ¬
reau r enu of o Trade Relations will under nu authority nuthorlt nuhorlty ¬
thority thorlt t of section 11 of the act of Fob February Fobruary Fobuary ¬
ruary r uary 14 1803 bo organized in the De Departmenjt Dcpartmelt Dopartmenj
partmenjt of State on the 1st of July Jul to toformulate toformulate toormulate
formulate f for the instruction of con consular conular ¬ i
sular s ular omcers tho requests of o tho Secre Secretary Secretary Scorears ¬
tary t ars of Commerce and Labor for such In Information Informntlon information ¬
formation as pertains to tho work of tho thoDepartment thoDepartmont theDepartment
I Department of Commerce and Labor to totransmit totransmit
transmit consular reports on special specialsubjects spoclnlsubjects specialsubjects
subjects other than commercial to vari various vnrloUs van vanous ¬
ous branches of the Government service serviceand sonlcennd serviceand
and to compile Information for the use useof useat uscof
of the Department of State Stntoin in tho con consideration conslderntlon considoration ¬
sideration of questions arising in tho thoconduct thoconduct theconduct
conduct of official rotations with for foreign foreign foreign ¬
eign governments governmentsRequests governmentsRC governmentsRequests
Requests RC < Juests for consular reports should I
hereafter be rfcade raeo nc1e to the Departmont of ofCommerce ofCommerce 01Commerce
Commerce and Labor LaborSINBEBS LborSINHERS Labor8INER8
SINBEBS PRIZE HERE HEREAND HEREAND HEREAD
AND PLACED ON VIEW VIEWHandel VIEWHandel V1E V1EHandel
Handel Bust Can Be Seen in E F FDroop FDroop FDroop
Droop Sons Window WindowThe WindowThe WindowThe
The bust of Handol won as a first firstprize fir5tprize L Lprize
prize by tho United Singers of Washington Washington Washing Washington ¬
ton at the rocent Saongorfast in Balti Baltimore Daltlmore Baltimore ¬
more has been received in Intbla this olty oltyand oltyand olt r rand
and put on exhibition in the show win window wIndow window ¬
dow of E F Dropp Sons Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvanln Pennsylvania ¬
vania Avenue northwest bcfwacn bct cn Ninth Ninthand NinthlUd i iand
and Tenth Streets StreetsThe StreelsThe StreetsThe
The bust Is valued aluod at 1600 and Is an
excellent specimen of its kind It is isIn IsIn isin
In bronze and about three times life lifesize lICeslzO lifesizi
size sizeWhen
When the news was received In Wash Washington WashIngton WashIngton ¬
ington that the United Singers of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city had won the bust for the excellence excellenceof
of their singing It was suggested that thattho thatthe thatthe
the bust bo offered to the District to be beplaced beplaced beplaced
placed In some one of the public parks parksor parksor parksor
or in front of the Carnegie Library LibraryTuc LlbrnryT LibraryThe
The T e prize is considered conshlerC1l to be as much muchof muchat muchof
of an honor to the th city as to the thesingers thosingers thesingers
singers themselves end = it Itwns was to im impress Impress hapress ¬
press this fact upon iponWashington5 Washingtons resi residents residents realdents ¬
dents that the generous offer was made madeIf madeIt madeIt
It It is decided d C1d d to place the bust in inono Inana inone
ono of the parks it Is highly probable probablethat I1rohnblcthat probablethat
that a committee will go before Con Congress Congress Congross ¬
gress and request an appropriation for fora fora fora
a pedestal to mount it though many
hold the opinion that the comparatively comparativelysmall comparativelysmall comparativelysmall
small sum required for a suitable ped pedestal pedestal podestal ¬
estal should be raised by popular sub subscription subscription subscniption
scription
UNUSUAL COMPLIMENT COMPLIMENTTO
TO INSURANCE AGENT AGENTF
F K Raymond Made Honorary Member Memberof
of Columbia Colum ia Typographical Union UnionBy UnionDy UnionBy
By the unanimous vote of Colum Columbia Columbin ¬
bia Typographical Union No 101 Frank FrankIt FrankK
K Raymond a wellknown local locallnsur locallnsurance Insur Insurance insurance ¬
ance man recently had conferred
upon uponhim uponhim uponhim
him the unusual honor of having his hisnpmc hisntmo hisacme
acme placed on the list of honorary honorarymumbors honorarym honorarymembers
members m < < mbors of the union Mr Ilr Raymond has hasthe hast1o hasthe
the distinction of having at one time timebcon tlmobe timeken
ken be on ono of the speediest printers in inthe IntllO inthe
the United States StatesAlthough StatesAlthough
I
Although Mr Ir Raymond has not fol followed folJowod folowod ¬
lowed l owod his trade for more than a scoro scoroof Scoroor scoreof
of years oars when ho was employed on the theCincinnati theClnclnnatl theCincinnati
Cincinnati Enquirer a number of ofyears ofyears ofyears
years ago he made a record for band handcomposition bandcmposltlon bandccmpositioo
composition which has seldom been beenequaled beenoQualed beenequaled
equaled In 1889 he worked a short while whileJn whileIn whileIn
In the Government Printing Ofllco but butwith butw butwtb
with w th that exception Mr Raymond has hasnot haanot hasnot
not done any an printing since he severed
bin hl connection with the last paper ho howcrked howcrlrod he hewcrked
wcrked on onBRANNIGAN onBRANNIGAN onBRANNIGAN
BRANNIGAN APPOINTED APPOINTEDIN
IN SPITE OF HIS RELIGION RELIGIONPresident RELIGIONPresident RELIGIONPresident
President Roosevelt has decided to toappoint toappoint tc tcappoint
appoint John Brannlgan postmaster at atCharlero atChanlerol
Charlero Pa Mr Ir Brannlgan Is l a Ro Roman Romal Itorns ¬
man rns Catholic and there was a flood of ofprotect ofprotoet 01 r rprotest
protect against him because of his re religion religion religion ¬
ligion ligionRepresentative ligionRoproaentatfve ligionRepresentative
Representative Acboson Acbo Acb son on of Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Penusylvania ¬
vania who Is a Quakor espoused the thacausa theoou the thef
causa oou of f Brannlgan DranDlg n and took him to toPresident toPruldonl h hPrasidont
President Roosevelt After the Presi President Presldtnt President ¬
dent heard the story of the postoflloe postoflloenght pOlltomoeht t tfight
fight ht at Chnrlorol ho wrote wrot a message messageto messagetoPostmaster
to toPostmaster t1 Poatmotitar General Payne on a card cardarking cardarklng cardarking
arking him to take up the case Mr MrPayne MrPIIno MrPsyne
Payne sent a similar message to Mr
Brlstow on the same card and tho np nppolntmont nppolntmont ¬
polntmont will shortly bo made madeMr madeMr madeMr
Mr Brannigan says that ho will fJ1 loop
the card to leave to his children childrenREPORT childrenREPORT childrenREPORT
REPORT ON CONGESTED CONGESTEDGEORGETOWN CONGESTEDGEORGETO CONGESTEDGEORGETOWN
GEORGETOWN GEORGETO JN STREET STREETA r rA
A report has been made to the Com Commissioners Commlslonerli Cornmissioners ¬
missioners by the Police Department Departmentconcerning DopurtmontcCDcernlng t tccncerning
concerning tho complaints of the crowd crowded crowded crowded ¬
ed and Impassable condition of M Street Streotin Streetin
in Georgetown Tho heavy trade on onthe onthe oi i ithe
the street is said to be be responsible for forthe torthe to r rthc
the congestion and the only means of ofrelief atrJlIot a f fruliat
relief suggested Is the opening of Pros Prospect Proslicct Prospect ¬
pect Avenue P and Q Streets and other othermain othormain othe r rmain
main streets loading into tho city from fromthe fromthe iron a
the country At present the Police De Department DoVartrntnt ¬
partment has placed all the officers It Itcan ItcaD I t
can 511 spare on M Streot and Is doing all allIn al I
In its powor to prevent the blocking of ofthu atthe o if ifthu
thu street Blre t
SENDING EMfflN OUT TIME TIMEFROM TIMEFIIOMUBSRVATU
FROM FIIOMUBSRVATU FIIOMUBSRVATUWhole OBSERVATORY OBSERVATORYWhole
Whole Continent Contin nt Spanned in Frac Fraction Fraction Fraction ¬
tion of a Second SecondOn SecondOn
On June 15 when the Government Governmentboard Gocrnmentboard Governmentboard
board consisting of Dr Walcott Ad Admiral Admiral Adaural ¬
miral Bowles Genoral Crozlor Dr DrPInchot DrPlnchot DrPinchot
PInchot and Mr Garfield visited the theNaval ther3yal theNaval
Naval Observatory a special series of oftelegraphic oftulegraphlc oftelegraphic
telegraphic timo signals was sent out outbeginning outbglnnlng outboginning
beginning at 855 S6 p m and ending at atI
9 I according to the th system followed daily dailyai d311ya
ai a noon This was for the purpose of ofpresenting orpresenting
presenting a graphic illustration of the thepossibilities thep09slblJltfoll theposaibilitios i
possibilities of the time service as Itbur It ltbar itbaa
bar been perfected by the Observatory ObservatoryIn
In cooperation with the great system systemof 8ystemof systemof
of the Western Union and other tele telegraph telelraph telegraph ¬
graph and telephone companies companiesReports compnnlesUeports companiesIteports
Reports communicated to tl trn t1 o Ob Observatory Obs6ratory Gbservatory ¬
servatory by the Western Union Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany show that tho signals were trans transmitted transmitted transnutted ¬
mitted with the usual us nl accuracy all over ovortho oorlho overthe
the country and even beyond the limits limitsof limitsor limitsof
of the United States so that during the thefive thefie thefive
five minutes mlnut < s stated the transmitting transmittingclock transmittingclock transmittingclock
clock was practically pra < tlcaJIy beard ticking not notonly notonly notonly
only in every telegraph office from fromMaine tromMaine trotsInino
Maine to California but in tho City of ofMexico orIoxlco olMexico
Mexico Ioxlco Toronto Havana Santiago Santla o San SanJurn SanJuran I IJuan
Juan and Kingston Jamaica JamaicaA
A telegraphic report from Toronto the thefollowing thefoUowlng thefollowing
following day da stated that tho time sig signals slguals signals ¬
nals were received there within two twotenths twoteuths twotenths
tenths of o a second of the time as given givenby ghonby L Lby
by tho Observatory Obsonator clocks which recalls recallsthe recnl1sthe I Ithe
the tact that th t the midnight signal sent sentout 5entoutlnst sentout
out outlnst last New Year Eve was accu accurately accuratoly accurately ¬
rately timed at the Lick Observatory ObservatoryCalifornia ObsorvatoryCalltornla ObservatoryCalifornia
California and found to have taken but butOOti butOOli butOoi
OOti of a second seconc1 in transmission transmissionHavana trnnsmlaslonHavana transmissionHavana
Havana which got the signal over overthe overthe ovelthe
the short length of cable from Key KeyWest Key1Vest r rWest
West as it does dally at noon had ar arranged arrnDlod anranged ¬
ranged to pass It on automatically to toSantiago toSnntiago h hSnrtlngo
Santiago San Juan and Kingston Kingstonshowing Kingstonshowing Kingstonshowing
showing that our naval stations at San SanJuan SatJuan
I Juan and nd Guantanamo may yet et have havetimo haveballs havetime
time balls for or the benefit of navigators navigatorsdropped navigatoredropped
I dropped dally by the clock at the Naval NavalObservatory NavalOb NavaObservatory
Observatory Ob crvatory ip Washington WashingtonFrom WashingtonFrom WashingtonFrom
From the observatory at the City of ofMexico ofI a aMexIco
I Mexico rcxco it was reported that It Is 1m 1mpcpslble fmpClslble
pcpslble to conduct experiments for forcomparing forcomparing fo focomparing t
comparing time with lth Washington at this thistime thistime tin tintime
time of the y year < ar on account of cloudy cloudyconditions cloudyconditions r
conditions of the th weather adding that thatthe thattb tha thatbe t rt
the tb Director will be hero in July and andconfer tuldconfer am i
iS
confer as to the best time to try the theexperiment theeXJerlment tb tbexuoriment S
experiment again
The various timeball stations in the theUnited theU tb S
United U fled States received tho signals and andseveral andsc ane aneseveral I
several sc eral of them arranged to drop their theirtime theirtime the r rtime
time balls at the final click that indi indicated Indicated ¬
cated 9 p m seventyfifth meridian meridianSome merIdianSome meridianSome L
Some 50000 clocks all over the country countrywere countrywero countr I
Ia
wero corrected automatically nutomatical ly doubtless doubtlessto doubtlesto a
to the surprise of those who did not notexpect notexpect no t texpect
expect It and the entire plan arranged arrangedupon arrangedupon arrange arrangeupon
upon only fortyeight hours notice was wasvery wasvery wa 8 8very
very successfully carried out In every eyer I
detail
CHRISTIAN GH R ISTIAN LAWS LAWSASSAILED LAWSASSAilED LYI
ASSAILED SAYS POPE POPESeem POPESeem POPESeem
Seem Seem to Retrogress Through Efforts of ofCertain ofCertain
Certain Men MenROME MenRO MenROME
ROME RO rE June 24 24In In the allocution de delivered deUcrcd ¬
livered at the consistory the Pope ex exprossed exprossed
prossed regret at the fact that in n many manycountries manycountries
countries c pernicious and malicious sects sectsand sectsand
and a nd cults have sprung up and are spread spreading spreadIng spreadng ¬
iu ing i ng and that Christian laws seem to be beundergoing beundergolnl
undergoing u it deliberate retrogression retrogressionthrough retrogressionthrough
through t the efforts of men of deplorable deplorablemorals deplornblmorals
morals moralsThis moralsThis
This state of feeling modified customs customsand customsand
and influenced legislation in connection connectionwith connectionwith
with public institutions Philosophy the thefine thefine
fine arts and literature were also turned turnedto turnedto turnedto
to sacrilegious purposes purposesBut purpososDut
But he added the sinfulness of evil cvllI evlldoor
I doers could not frustrate the will of the theAlmighty theAlmighty
Almighty but their arrogance paved the theway theway
way for great misfortunes misfortunesThe mi8for unts untsThe
The Pope concluded with an earnest earnestappeal enrnostappeal earnestappeal
appeal to the faithful to pray to God Godthat Oodthat
that his the Pontiffs Pontiff work on earth
bo not diminished and with the an announcement nnnouncomcnt announcoment ¬
nouncement of his intention to Issue a
letter on the subject subjectIMPROVEMENTS subjectIMPROVEMENTS subjectIMPROVEMENTS
IMPROVEMENTS PLANNED PLANNEDFOR PLANNEDFOR PLANNEDFOR
FOR CARNEGIE LIBRARY LIBRARYThe
The Washington Public Library Com Commleslon Commission Cornmission
mission met yesterday afternoon In the theboard theboard
board room nt the District Building nt1l1dlng and nnddecided anddecided
decided to spend the additional 25000 25000given 25000glvon 25000given
given to the library by Andrew Carnegie Carnegiein
in Increasing the height of o the book bookshelves bookshelves booksholvos ¬
shelves from three to five tiers and In Indecorating Indocoratlng indecorating
decorating the interior halls of the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building buildingBernard buildingDQrnard buildingBernard
Bernard R Green superintendent of ofconstruction ofconstruction ofconstruction
construction was instructed In tructoo to confer conferwith conterwith conferwith
with Architect Ross of New York con concerning conternlng consorning ¬
cerning the plans and make the Improve Improvements Improvmenta ImprovOmonte ¬
monte Immediately The money given by
Mr Ir Carnegie will m bo available whenever wheneverneeded whenevernc wheneverneeded
needed neededAll nc neededAll ded dedAll
All the members of the commission at attended attonded attended ¬
tended the meeting and President Mac Macfarland Mncfarland Macfariand
farland was in the chair chairMARINE ohairMARINE chairMARINE
MARINE BAND CONCERT CONCERTTho CONCERTTho CONCERTThe
Tho United States Sta cs Marine Band will willgive w111Glvo willgive
give a concert this evening at atO 6 oclock oclockat ocloolnt oclockat
at the Capitol Tho leader Llout W H HSantolmann HSantolmann BSantolznann
Santolmann has prepared the following followingprocram followIngI followingprogram
program procramMarch proJramllardl programiisrcli
I March Cincinnati Enquirer IJrandt IJrandtOverture randt randtI
I Overture Pra Dlavolo 1 > 1010 Aubcr AubcrFantasia AuberI
Fantasia Uinorah Meyerbeer
I Cornet solo nUde iliete Waits Liberal
Musician lJfiklan Frank R Todhunter TodhnnterWaltz TodhunterWaltz TodhunterWaltz
Waltz Traiim Millookcr
Caprice Badinage Herbert J1I1bcrtI
I Descriptive I > fantasia A Hunting Scene ne nei
i Ducalossi DucalossiHall l3uoaioeeiflail
Hall Colunjlla Colunf CoIuniia CoIuniiaA II1 Fytes FytesJA Ioles IolesA
JA A Million a Month MonthFew Monthlrow MonthPow
Few people will have any quick con conception conception conception ¬
ception of p 1t the enormous significance of oftho ottho oftile
tho wordj word million It is well known knownthat Jmownthat knownthat
that Caarareta CaQrar ts Candy Cathartic un undoubted undoubtodi In Inoubtodf
doubted oubtodf the most popular laxative laxativemodlolzii laxativemodlohi laxativexnedicizX
modlolzii xnedicizX In the world have a sale of a amillion nmf1l1 amlllionjboxoa
million mf1l1 mlllionjboxoa n boxes a month These million millionboxes millionboxeo millionboxes
boxes Contain contain 10000000 Cascaret tablet tabletwhich tabletp tabletpwhIch tabiotwh1ohit
which wh1ohit J If laid side by side would make makea
a rowja ro n hundred miles in length The Thetablet Thotablet Tiestablet
tablet used In a year would reach from fromChicago fromChle3o fromChicapo
Chicago to New York On the average averageover nverngeover averageover
over i000 OOO people p < opo take a Cascaret tablet tabletdallyjsuroly tabletdally tabletdailyj
dallyjsuroly dally dailyj surely a wonderful testimonial to toa toI toa
I a monttorious mojttonIou article well advertised advcrUflodt
t
IRISH 1 1MAT8 EN ANTS SCORE SCOREVICTORY SUOREltJTUBY
VICTORY IN I LAND AM BILL BILLGovernment BILLGovernment BILLGovernment
Government and Landlords Forced Forcedto Forcedto
to t to Make Concessions ConcessionsLONDON ConcessionsLONDON ConcessionsLONDON
LONDON June 24 24Tho Tho Irish tenant tenantfarmers tenantfarmors tenantfarmers
farmers have scored a victory in the theInnd theInnd theland
Innd bill fight and now there Is no rea reason reason rcason ¬
son whatever why the measure should shouldnot shoulc1not shouldnot
not pass and be accepted acceptedWhen ncceptedW11en acceptedWhen
When last Monday Monda night the govern government government governmont ¬
ment succeeded suc ecded in retaining In the bill billthe b111the billthe
the objectionable minimum price clause clauseJohn clauseJohn clauseJohn
John Redmond the Nationalist leader leaderwarned leaderwarned loaderwarned
warned the ministry that the bill would wouldnever wouldnevor IouJdneor
never bo accepted by b Ireland with this thisclause thIsclnUfIO thisclause
clause retained and urged that the Irish Irishchief Irishchtef Irishchief
chief chtef secretary secretarreccde recede from a position in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which he met the hostility of not only onlythe onlythe onlythe
the tenant farmers but the great bulk of ofthe atthe ofthe
the Irish landlords landlordsThe landlordsThe landlordsThe
The rcsult of tho warning has been a aconference aconference aconference
conference between tho government the tholandlords tboInndlords thelandlords
landlords and tho Nationalists the out outcome outcome outcome ¬
come of which is that serious opposition oppositionto
to the bill is withdrawn and unless un loss un unexpected unexpected unexpected ¬
expected difficulties arise tho moasure measurewhich moasurewhich moasurewhich
which comes up 11 again In tho houso of ofcommons otcommons o1conmons
commons tomorrow Is likely to be speed speedily apeedfly speedfly ¬
fly passed passedTho D1s8cdThe passedThe
The compi compromise mlse consists In the land landlords landlords ¬
lords acceptance ot an amendment to toClauso toClauso toClause I
Clauso 1 enlarging the purchasing purchasingrights purchasingrights purchasingrights
rights of the tenants tenantsClause tonantsClause
Clause 1 may be sold to embody the thewhole thewholo thewhole I
whole scheme of the bill Briefly It pro provldcR provideR prorIdes
rIdes that a land commission be empow empowered empowered ompowcred ¬
ered to advance money to those of the thetenant thetenant
theC
tenant farmers who seek to purchase purchasetheir purohasetheir C
their holdings and Indicates how this Is Isto Isto It Itto I
to be done doneThe doneThe
The Irish Nationalists took exception exceptionto L
to the fixing of any nn minimum price con contending contending contending ¬
tending that the sale should be absolute absolutely ¬
ly free and it is understood that the thecompromise thecOUiproml8o
theI
compromise course virtually upholds this thiscontention thiscontention thu thucontention I
contention contentionANOTHER contentionANOTHER contentionANOTHER
ANOTHER TRADITION TRADITIONGOES TRADITIONGOES
GOES TO SMITHEREENS SMITHEREENSChicago 8MITHEBEENChicago 1
Chicago Professor Shatters Laudibili Laudibiliter Laudibilitel Laudibiliter
ter Which Endured for Centuries CenturiesCHICAGO CenturiesCHIOAGO
CHICAGO June 24 24Tho Tho Papal bull bullknown buHknown bul I
known as Laudlbillter LnudibU1t r over which whichcontroversies whichcontr vhicl I
controversies contr vcrnlcs have been waged for seven sevencenturies Beencenturlos SCCIcenturies 1
centuries Is not genuine according to toProf toProf t tProf
Prof Oliver Joseph Thatcher of the theUniversity theUniversity the i iUniversity
University of Chicago ChicagoHis ChicagoHIs ChicagoHis
His conclusion Is the result of a years yearsstudy yearsstu year yearstudy
study stu y In the Vatican library The Lau ¬
dlbillter so called from the occurrence occurrenceof occurrenciof
of the Latin word In tho thesalutaUon salutation has ba
long been supposed to be a grant made mad
by Pope Adrian IV conferring on Henry Henr Henrof
II of England the island of Ireland to ti
hold in flef flefLaudibllltcr fiefLaudlbUlter flefLaudiblilter
Laudibllltcr cannot have been writ ¬
ten says Prof Thatcher by one who whi
know what was essential to such a docu document documemo documont ¬
memo It la merely a Latin exercise of ofsome atsome a asome
some twelfth century student
ARMY A RMY THREATENED THREATENEDWITHJTROPICAL THREATENEDWITH
WITHJTROPICAL WITH YITHTBOPICAL TROPICAL PESTS PESTSStringent PESTSStri11gent PE8T PE8TI I
Stringent S tringent Methods Employed by Philip Philippine Philippine Philippine I ¬
pine Authorities to Prevent Spread SpreadHealth SpreadHealtb SpreadHealth
Health reports from the Philippines Philippinesare S Sre
are a re proving disquieting totho to the War De Department DeIIartment Dcartment ¬
partment p artment of late since thoy show an analarming onnlarmlng a n nlarming
alarming a Increase of cholera bubonic bubonicplague bubonicplague c clague
plague p lague and other tropical diseases Tho Thomost Thomost Tb LU LUmost
most recent death list shows nearly nearlytwentyfive nearlytwentyfive noarl noarlwentyfive
twentyfive t victims of Asiatic cholera In Intho Intho 1 1he
tho t he army It was hopod that hot hotweather hotweather hc hceather
weather w eather would wipe out these epidemics epidemicsbut epldemlosbut C Cut
but b ut this has
not occurred and the au authorities nuthorltlcs au auhorities ¬
thorities t at Manila have been forced forcoddopt to toadopt tondopt
adopt a dopt the most stringent methods to toprevent toprevent t o orevent
prevent p revent their spread spreadAmong spreadAmong spreadAmong
Among other precautions taken is an anorder enor e n nrder 1
order or o rder er requiring every Chinese citizen cltizacof citizenot citize in inf
of o f Manila nnlla to bo inoculated with anti antiplague antlr ant I Ilague
plague r p > loguo ecrum As there aro 60000 of ofouch otJuch ii iiuch r
ouch s uch persons p rsons the magnitude of tho job jobis jobIs jc eb ebs 3
is i s apparent Government nurses fe femalo temalo fe female
malo will inoculate the Chinese wora woraon womon won 1 1n
on o n while the males are cited to appear appearat oppearnt appoc Cr
at a t the dispensary for treatment treatmentHYATTSVILLE treatmentj treatmentNOTES
j HYATTSVILLE NOTES 1 T
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HYATTSVILLE BY A TTSVILLE Md June 24 24T11O 24T11Oprominence 24moprominence Tho Thoprominence
prominence of Colonel Spencer Jones of ofRockvllle ofRockvllle ofRockville
Rockvllle as a candidate for the Demo Democratic Democrotlc Demoratic ¬
cratic c nomination for governor is
grat gratifying gratifying gratfying ¬
ifying i to his friends in this part of ofPrluco ofPrlnco ofPriuco
Prluco George county of whom hom ho baa a nhost ahost ahost
host No citizen of Montgomery county countyever countyevcr countyever
ever became governor of Maryland Marylandwhile MarylandwbUe thrylandwhile
while Prince George has furnished half n ndozen ndozen adozen
dozen State executives Colonel Jones Jonoswill Joneswill Tonoswill
will doubtless carry this county count but his hiscompetitor hisccmpetltor hiscompetitor
competitor Warfield has a great many manjfriends
friends here hereThe hereTho boreThe
The fire companies had a competitive competitivedrill competlttvedrm competitivedrill
drill last night docked in their lately latelyarrived latI latIarrived latelyarrived
arrived uniforms of which they are very veryproud Yer Yerproud veryproud
proud The second company made the thebest thebest thebest
best time in reaching the bonfire nnd nndtho anJthe anithe
the first company made the best time In Inattaching InattnchlnlJ inattachin
attaching attachin hose to tire plugs plugsMiss plugsMiss plugsMiss
Miss Habercom of Berkeley Springs SpringsW SprlngllW
W Va is visiting friends in Ilyattsville IlyattsvilleMrs Hyattllv1l1eMrs llyattsvilleMrs
Mrs M M 1 Bird is s visiting relatives relativeson
on the Eastern Shore of Maryland Maryland9AYEAR lIarjlandSgA MarylandgAYEAR
SgA 9AYEAR YEAR TELEPHONES TELEPHONESWINSTED TELEPHONESVINSTED TELEPHONESWINSTED
WINSTED Oonn June 24 HTll0 Tho war varwaged WJrwaged warwaged
waged between rival telephone compa companies compnnlos coxnpaaloe ¬
aloe has reduced the cost of telephoneIn telophonldIn telephone
In private residences here to 9 a year yearFoul jJarFoul y9nrFoul
Foul Loathsome LoathsomeDisgusting LoathsomeDisgusting LoathsomeDisgusting
Disgusting Catarrh CatarrhSecure I ISecur ISecute
Secure Relief in Ten Minutes MinutesAnd MinutesAnd MinutesAnd
And a Radical Cure CureDoes CureDoes CureDoes
Does you head ache Have you pains painsovor punsover painsover
over your eyes In there a constant constantdropping constantdropping onstant onstantdropping
dropping In the throat 7 Is tho breath breathoffensive brOIlUIottonslve broathoffentv
offensive Thestj aro certain crtnin symptoms symptomsof
of catarrh Dr Ajpowc AJfIlowlS Catarrhal Pow Powder Power Powdot ¬
dot er will euro moot moot stubborn cases In a amarvcloualy amorvelously amarycousli
marvcloualy short timo If youvo had hadcatarrh hl1 hl1catnirh hadcatu1rh
catarrh a week Itn tt a Sure euro If Its Itsof It Itor ittof >
of fifty years standing stlln lng Its just as ef effective efectl effective ¬
fective fectiveDr fectiveDr ectl vc vcDr
Dr Agnews Pills are the best
40 doses 10 lOc cents centsSold c nts ntsSold ntsSold
Sold by F R Richardson Co Ponn Ponnlylvania Ponntjlvnnla Pennyjvnnia
lylvania Avenue A vonue and Third Street Str ot north northu
u
WASHINGTON ASYLUM ASYLUMSEEN ASYLUM8EE
SEEN 8EE BY VISITORS VISITORSAIl
All Loud in Praise of Management Managementof
of It and Hospital HospitalThe HospitalThe HospitalThe
The Washington Asylum and the theWashington theWashington theWashington
Washington Asylum As rum Hospital Ho pltnl wero vlelt vlelted vleUcd
ed Monday afternoon by a party rep reproaeutlng represetfng
roaeutlng tho conference class of the theAssooiated theAssoolatcd
Associated Charities Dr D Percy
Hickling the visiting physician of the thehospital thehospital
hospital mot the visitors at tho en entrance entrance entrance ¬
trance to the asylum grounds and con conducted conduct ¬
ducted duct d them through the receiving ward wardand wardand
and the four wards located In the sepa separate eepnrate ¬
rate wooden buildings around the cen central central contral ¬
tral building where tho stole sick poor are arefirst arefirst
first received Dr Hickling said the chief chiefneed chlotneed
need of tho Institution was additional additionalroom additionalroom
room for patients patientsAfter DatlontAfter
After going through the hospital and andthe andthe
the nurses home the party gathered in inone Inone
one of the rooms where Dr Hickling Hicklingspoke HicklingSP019
spoke to them especially on the subject subjectof
of the treatment of indigent consump consumptives conllUmpUvos ¬
tives This hospital Is the only one onewhere onewhere
where consumptive patients unable to topay topay topay
pay for their treatment arc freely re received recohcd ¬
ceived without any objection on the part partof partoC
of the hospital hosI > ltal authorities At present presentthese presentlhese presentthese
these patients have to bo placed in inwards Inwnrds
wards with other sick people and Dr DrHickling DrHickling
Hickling said It was desirable to es establish eltabllsh ¬
tablish separate wards for their benefit benefitHo benefitHe
Ho said he has been considering among amongother amongother
other plans the system of outdoor outdoortents outdoortents
tents which is used by hospitals in New NewYork
York P1 Philadelphia lladelph1a and elsewhere elsewhereThese elsewhereThese
These ar art specially commended because becausefrosh becausefrosh
frosh air ai and sunshine are the chief chiefrequisites chlerrequisites
requisites in the treatment of consump ¬
tives tivesW tivesW tivesW
W H Stoutenburgh intendent of ofthe attl10 01
the entire Washington Asylum next nextmet nextmet I
met the party and conducted them themthrough themthrough thenthrough
through tho Almshouse Jlm houso proper Father FatherMagulre FatherIagulre FatheeMaguire
Maguire and Mr rr Weller who wero In Incharge Incharge It Itcharge
charge of the party of visitors said saidthey saidthey saidthey
they had never seen an almshouse In any anyother nnyother nn r rother
other city which gave evidence of such sucha 1 1a
a kindly spirit and so much general generalcomfort generalcomfort genera 1 1comfort
comfort In the cure of Its Inmates InmatesThe InmatesTbe inmatesThe
The following wore In the party Mrs MrsE MrsE MrsE
E M Clayton Mrs Caroline Chevalier ChevalierMiss ChevalleMIss ChevalierMiss
Miss Blanche L Birch Miss Mabel Cls Clsclo Clsclo Ciaole
clo Father Joseph L I Maguire Mrs C CF CF CF
F Woller We 11or Mrs M 1 K Campbell Mrs MrsF Mr MrF MrsF
F M J Tryon G A Billings C F Woller WollerMrs Wo11erMrs WellerMrs
Mrs P M Weller Mrs Irs H C Bradley BradleyMiss DradleyMiss BradicyMiss
Miss J J T Collins and Mr Ir and Mrs N NFreeman NFreem NFreeman
Freeman FreemanPRESIDENT Freem an anPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT WANTS JUDGE JUDGEGROSSCliP JUDGEGROSSCUP JUDGEGRO8UON
GROSSCliP GRO8UON ON TICKET JICKE1Federal TICKETFederal TICKETI
I Federal Jurist in in Chicago Chic go Said to Be BePresidents BePresidents B e ePresidents
Presidents Choice as Running Mate MatePresident MatePresident
I Ii
i President Roosevelt according to In Information Infonnation information
formation regarded as reliable would wouldlike Wouldlike I
If
like Ho to see Judge Poter S Grosscup of ofChicago atCbloago o ochicago f
Chicago nominated for Vice President PresidentThe PresidentThe PresidentThe
The President however scarcely ex expocts expoets cxpocts
pocts that Judge Grosscup will accept accepttho accepttho accep t tthe
tho nomination It is pointed out that thatit thatIt tha t tit
it Is a good deal to expect of a Federal Federaljudge Federnljudge I
judge to leave his life position on the thebench thebench tin tinbench a Ia
bench to become a candidate for a four fouryear fouryear fouryear
year position In the Vice Presidency PresidencyA
A man who talked with President PresidentRoosevelt PrpsldentRooseolt t tRoosevelt
Roosevelt has discovered that tho thoChief thoChlet thi S SChief
Chief Executives preferences In the se selection seloctlon selection ¬
lection oi o a Vlco Presidential candidate candidateaside candidateaside
aside from Judge Groescup lean le n toward towardMyron towardMyron towar towarMyron a
Myron T THerrick Herrick of Cleveland Mr MrRoosevelt MrRoosevclt
Roosevelt has no objections to Senator SenatorBevcridge SenntorDeerldge r
Bevcridge but he believes the Indiana Indianaman Indianaman Indianman a
man will do better to remain in the Sen Senate Senate cn cnate ¬
ate ateREQUEST ateREQUEST ateREQUEST
REQUEST TO CANCEL CANCELTAXES CANCELTAXES CANCELTAXES
TAXES REFUSED REFUSEDr
N r E Young has asked the Commls Commlsslonors Commlislonors Commtsinners
slonors to have taxes canceled which whichwere whlthwore whichwere
were levied against sixtysix feet vf dground tfground
ground on Sheridan Avenue and Howard HowarlAvenue IlawarlAvenue
Avenue The property belonged to the theMount theMount theMount
Mount Pleasant Congregational Society Societyand Societyand Societyand
and was exempted from special taxes taxeswhen tnxpswhen taxeswhen
when a water main was laid along How Howard Howard Howard ¬
ard Avenue This main is hold to af afford ntforel atford
ford water supply for tho property and andtho audtho andthe
tho owner Is unwilling to pay for an animnrovement animurovement 10 10Improvement
Improvement which he alleges Is of o no
advantage to him himThe himTbe himThe
The tax on tho throe lots against againstI ngalnstWhich againstwhich
I which assessments have been made madeamounts rondonmounts madeamounts
amounts to JS2EO S260 The District Asses Assessor ASscssor Assessor ¬
sor H H Darnollle has recommended recommendedthat rccommendPdthat recommendedthat
that the tax ta t axstand stand against tho property propertySOLDIERS proportSOLDIERS propertySOLDIERS
SOLDIERS HOME CONCERT CONCERTThe CONCERTThe CONCERTThe
The program for the concert by b the thoSoldiers tboSoldlors theSoldiers
Soldiers Home Band John S M Zim Zlmmormann Zimmermann Zimmorinann
mormann leader for this evening from
550 to 650 oclock is as follows followsMarrh toUowsalf1 followsMarch
March alf1 CVnwtitution Con tltuUon Clark ClarkOverture ClarkOvmure
Overture The Siwrtan Barnard BarnardSpanish DmanlSflAnbh
Spanish serenade j La a Palom PsiomaSelection YratJIer YratJIerSelection YnllUerIectlon
Selection Iectlon The Def Defender DefenderWaltzes n4 r u Dennc DenncWaltae Dcnneealtaes
Waltzes altaes C Calantbeu CalantheIloltanaun CalantheIloltanaunMedley lanth Holtanann HoltanannMedley III1tunannMedler
Medley K Eva V fcy r reqeest i t Von on Wiser WiserTho IJjlurL IJjlurITho lilserThe
L
The Store That Saves SavlJ You Money Koneylfrigeratr r Moneyefrgeat oney oneyGreat
Great Refrigerator lfrigeratrOne RefrigeratorBiilrgairls efrgeat efrgeatgis
Biilrgairls gis II II II C COne ane
One ne Half Off OffRegular OffRegular OffRegular
Regular Price Pricef
I
I
I
t llAc it 95 o f for ° r Hardwood Bowon Rafrlge Rafrlgerator RafrigeyeiJep
I yeiJep ii rater ratorft ratercI
cI 8 50 En ft for extra large size Rofrlgo RofrlgoTiie Refrlgorotor RefrigeteJIesJ
teJIesJ rotor rotorThe raterTIio
The Hub Furniture Go GoSE GoS Ca1 Ca1S
SE S E Cor7handDSIsNY Car 7th andD and El 81 Sf3 N VI
NAVAL N AYAL CONTRACTS CONTRACTSARE OONTATSAE
ABE PILING PILI UP FASTQuestion FAST FASTQuestion FASTuestion
Question Q uestion Whether Yards Can Take TakeMore TakeMore TakeMore
More Business Just Now NowAuthorization NowAuthorlzatlon NowAuthorizatton
Authorization of additional warshipsby warships warshipsby
by b y the next Congress depends largely largelyupon lnrgelyUpon largelypon
upon u pon the ability of the th shipyards of the thecountry thecountry
country c to turn out more warships The Thepresent Thepresont
present p resent congested condition of the ship shipbuilding shipbuilding ¬
building b plants Is as great a considera consideration consldcrntion considoraion ¬
tion t ion to Secretary Moody roodY as any oprjosl oprjosltion opnosltion
tion t loa In Congress iteelf iteelfagalnst against largo na naval naval ¬
val v al construction appropriations appropriationsThore approprIationsThoro appropriationsThor
Thore Thor are now more than forty war warhips warships warhips
ships s hips under construction In thirteen thirteenshipyards thIrteenshipyards
shipyards s and not only la Isthe the machinery machineryof
of o f some yards Inadequate Inadequate for the con construction construcUon contructioa ¬
struction s of many warships rshlp3 at ono time timebut timebut
but b ut It Is difficult to obtain prompt de delivcricc de delIverlc
livcricc l of the vast amount of t structural structuralsteel structuralstoel
steel s teel material required Under the cir circumstances circumstances cirumstancea ¬
cumstances c the Government is loath to toattempt tonttempt tottempt
attempt a the construction of any more moreships moreshIps atonehips
ships s hips until the building of the battle battleship battleship ¬
ship s hip Connecticut Conn ctlcut at the New York navy navyyard navyynrd
yard y ard has ha proved a success or a failure failureTho fanureTho failureThe
Tho involved condition of the shipyard shipyardcombines shipyardcombInes
combines c affairs causes the Navy De Department Department Doartinent ¬
partment p to go slow about calculating calculatingthe
the t he capacity of any of the yards ynr s In plan planning plannlnl planing ¬
ning fl ing further naval construction It Is larealized IsreaJlzed Isealized
realized r that if a a companys affairs are areinvolved nreInvolved arenvolved
involved i and the attention of Its direc directors directors direcore ¬
tors t ore occupied with fth litigation the work workdone workdone workone
done d one will 111 not be as speedy speed or satisfac satisfactory eatisfacory atlsfac atlsfactory ¬
tory t ory as otherwise otherwise The Newport News Newscompany Newscompany Newsompany
company c probably would be ablo to take takeon taltjon talten
on o n one more battleship as would the theCramps theCramps i iCramps
Cramps but It has been a noticeable noticeablefact noticeablenct noticeableact
fact f act that In recent bidding for battle battleships battleships battlehips ¬
ships s hips the Newport News company has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not reached reach d out for more than one ship
Tho Now York Shipbuilding Company at atCamden atCamden atCamden
Camden N J already has a battleship battleshipand battleshipand battleshipand
and cruiser contracted for The Fore ForeRiver ForeRher ForeRiver
River company at Quincy Mass Is Jsthought Isthought isthought
thought to have about as much Govern Government Goycrnmfnt Government ¬
ment work wo k as It can handle handleKNIGHTS handleKNIGHTS handleKNIGHTS
KNIGHTS OF KADOSH KADOSHELECT KADOSHELECT KADOSUELECT
ELECT NEW OFFICERS OFFICERSOfficers OFFICERSOfficers OFFICERSOfficers
Officers for the ensuing year wore last lastnight lastnight I Inight
night elected by the Robert Do Bruce BruceCouncil BruceCouncil t tCouncil
Council Knights of Kadosh S R The Themeeting Themeeting Th Thmeeting
meeting was held at the Scottish Rite RiteTemple RiteTemple t tTemple
Temple In G Street and the forma formal In Installation Insta1Jatlon installation ¬
stallation of the new officers formed an animportant anImportant at I Important
important i mportant feature The ceremony of In Installation Instal1aUon installation ¬
stallation was performed p rormed by Francis J JWoodman JWoodman SWoodman
Woodman thirtythird degree and de deputy deputy dcputy ¬
puty of the supreme council of the Dis District DistrIct District ¬
trict of Columbia ColumbiaThe ColumbiaThe ColumbiaThe
The new officers are Samuel E Allen Allenthirtysecond Allenthlrtysecoml Allenthirtysecond
thirtysecond degree K C C H pre preceptor preceptor preceptor ¬
ceptor John C Rinehart thirtysecond thirtyseconddegree thlrtYs cond conddtgree I Idegree
degree first substitute preceptor pre eptor Al Allen AlIen Allea ¬
len Busslus thirtysecond degree K IC C CO Ca
O HV Hsecond second substitute preceptor John JohnC TohnC 1 1C
C TVleman thirtysecond degree chan chancellor ohanconor chartcellor ¬
cellor Elmer JJ E Simpson thirtysecond thirtyseconddegree thIrtyseconddegree l ldegree
degree orator Louis Goldsmith thirty
third degree nlmoner John H Olcott Olcottthirtysecond Olcottthhtysecond Olcottthirtysecond
thirtysecond degree K C C H re recorder recorder recorder ¬
corder Col Allison Nallor Jr t thirty
third degree treasurer and Ralph RalpbLee W
Lee thirtysecond degree trustee trusteeNEWS trusteei
i 2
I 2NEWS NEWS FROM ROCKVILLE ROCKVILLEROCKVILLE I IROCKYILLE I
4
ROCKVILLE Md June 24 24A A fire oc occurred occurred occurred ¬
curred here at 1 oclock yesterday morn
Ibg when the outbuilding adjoining the th
dwelling house of S
B Lyddane occu occupied oocupled occupied ¬
pied by Mrs Josephine
Glascott was wasentirely wascLtlrely wa 5 5ertirely
entirely destroyed a loss of about 75 71 5
The prompt response to the alarm by b
citizens itizns saved the dwelling which
was wa S
damaged to the extent of about 50
FRENOH AMBASSADOR AMBASSADORFOURTH AMBASSAllllFOUT
FOURTH FOUT OF OFIULY JULY ORATOR ORATORM
M Jusserand JusserandJ Secretary Moody and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Macfarland the Speakers SpeakersM SI > eatcers eatcersM
M Jules JuIe Jussorand the French ambas ambassador ambassador ambasador ¬
sador s has consented to remain In jnWashington InWashington inWashington
Washington until July 4 and deliver an anaddress anndlress anddress
address a ddress at tho exercises in celebration celebrationof
of o f Independence Day to be held on tho tholawn thola theawn
lawn la l awn wn south of the White House HousoSecretary HouseSecretary HouseSecretary
Secretary Moody M tt Jules Jussorand Jussorandand Jussorandand Jusserandnd
and a nd Commissioner Macfarland will bo botho bothe behe
tr the t he three speakers of tho day and will wl1lrepresent willepresent willrepresent
represent r the National XatlonalGovernment XatlonalGovernmentFrance Government GovernmentFrance GovernmentFrance
France and the District government at atthe atthe atthe
the ceremonies Admiral DeweY will willalao w11lal80 willlso
alao a lso take part In tho meeting meetingA meetingA
A public meeting on tho lawn south southof southor southf
of o f the White
House will bo a a novelty
Band conoarts have been held there for foryears forenrs forears
years y ears but the use of tho grounds gro nds for a aformal nofonnal aormal
formal f meeting is an Innovation CoL CoLThomas ColThomas CoLThomas
Thomas W tV Symons who is In charge of ofpublic Q Qpublic ofpublic
public buildings and aa grounds will have havobeautiful hay haybeautiful havebeautiful
beautiful flag decorations arranged on onthe onthe onhe
the t he south front of tho Whlto House and andon n1i1on anin
on o n the speakers stand which Is to bo bowhere bl blwhere bewhero
where the platform for the Marine Band BandIs BandJs Bands
Is i s located on concert days daysAt dny dnyAt daysAt
At 9 oclock on the morning of the theFourth theFourth theFourth
Fourth the military procession headed headedby headedby headedby
by the Marine Band will form at the thaCapitol theCapitol theCapitol
Capitol and march along Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaAvenue PennsylvanlsAvenue PennsylvaniaAvenue
Avenue to the White House where It Itwill It ItwUl itwill
will disband before 10 oclock the hour hourfor hourtor hourfor
for thee opening of the exercises in the thoWhlto theWhite theWhite
White Lot In case the weather Is un unfavorable unfavorable Unfavorable ¬
favorable tho exercises will will be held in inChases inChases InChases
Chases Theater TheaterTho TheaterThe TheaterThe
The Marine = laniae Band will wlllplay Tlay larat at the ex exercises exercises cxercises ¬
ercises A large male chorus c o s under the thedirection thedirection thedirection
direction of Percy S Foster and a a cho chorus chorus ottorus ¬
rus of school children under the direc direction directIon direction ¬
tion of E D Tracy Tracy1I11 will sing singA stn stnA sjngA
A neat and attractive badge for the theuse theuse theuse
use of the fireworks committee of the thaCentennial tb tbCentenntal theCentenntal
Centenntal Celebration has been adopt adopted adopted adopted ¬
ed by the committee In charge and will willbe wUlbe willbe
be ready for distribution on and after afterWednesday aCtelWednesday afterWednesday
Wednesday morning at the office of ofJoseph ofJosepb ofJoseph
Joseph A Burkhart room 109 Corcoran CorcoranBuilding CorcoranBul1dlng CorcoranBuilding
Building The badges are 25 cents each eachand eachand eachand
and should be called for at once so that thatIf thatIt thatit
It the present supply Is exhausted more morecan morocan morecan
can be ordered by the 27th inst InstThis InstThisba This Thisbaf5e Thisbago
baf5e ba se will entitle members of t the com committee commltteo cornmittee ¬
mittee to pass through police lines and andno andno andno
no other badges will be Issued IssuedAll IssuedAll issuedAll
All Washington markets will cjoeo cjoeoearly cloFoenrly closoearly
early on the Fourth of July W C Has Haskell Haskon Baahell
hell the Sealer of Weights and Meas Measures Measures Measurea ¬
ures for the District has notified tho thoCommissioners thoCommissioners theCommissioners
Commissioners that marketmasters marketmastershave marketmastershave marketmastershave
have communicated to him that they theyhave thf7have theyhave
have arranged with their customers customcr to toclose toclose toclose
close as follows followsGeorgetown talloWsGeorgetown IollowsGeorgetown
Georgetown Market will close at 6 p pj pEastern pm pEastern pat
m j
Eastern Market rartet WIll open at 5 a m mand mand at atand
and close at 6 pi p m mWestern InWestern at atWestern
Western Market wlll will ope open oDe at 5 A t u m mand mand at atand
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and and close at noon noonGOULDS noonf noonGOULDS noonGOULDS
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GOULDS IN COMPANY THAT THATGOES THATGOES
t tGOES GOES OUT OF BUSINESS BUSINESSALBANY BUSINESSALDANY BUSINESSALBANY
ALBANY Juno 24 24A A certificate cer ficate wasfiled Wasfiled was wasfiled
filed with the secretary of state yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day of the voluntary dissolution of the thoAtlantic theAtlantic theAtlantic
Atlantic Developing Devel < > plng Company of New NewYork N NewYork w wYork
York city The principal stockholders stockholderssignlug stockholdersslgnlJg stockholderssigning
signing the certificate are Frank Jay JayGould JayGould JayGould
Gould and Helen Miller Gould GouldCABLES GouldCABLES GouldCABLES
CABLES LAST LINK LINKMANILA LINKMAilILA LINKMANILA
MANILA June 24 24Tbe The Pacific cable cablofrom cablafrom cabletrain
from Guam to Midway Island was land landed landed landCd ¬
ed at the latter place yesterday yesQrd yes rday y by tho thosteamer thosteamer thesteamer
steamer Colonia The cable shIp An Anglla AngUli Angun
gun left Midway for Honolulu to com complete complete complete ¬
plete the connection
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CONTEST CONTESTWILL
WILL BE ANNour ANNOUNCED CED IN INNext IN1Nxt
NextSundayts Next 1NxtSundays
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