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t THE WASHINGTON V TIMES SUNDAY JULY rt 5 1903 19O
I GUARDSMENS GUjARDSMENS DRILL DRILLFOR DRILLFOR
FOR ENCAMPMENT
The TheDistrict District Soldiers Getting GettingThemselves
Themselves in Shape for forTheir
Their Annual Outing De Details Detatls
tails of Which Are Not NotYet
Yet Fixed FixedBattery
Battery A Light Artillery ArtilleryMustered
Mustered 1 ustered Into Service ServiceWith ServiceWith
With Fiftyone Men MenAp MenAppointments Ap Appointments ¬
pointments Resignations Resignationsand
and Discharges DischargesThe
I The drill on the White Lot ellipse and andthe nndthe andthe
the parade of the guardsmen yesterday yesterdayin ystordaIn
in the Independence Day 8y ceremonies ceremoniesmarked eeremoniesmnrked
f marked the pat week in National Guard Guardcircles Gunrdclrclr8
circles As the orders and plans for tho thoannual th thnnnual
annual encampment are due next week weekthoy weekthpy
thoy will serve sor to still further enliven enliventhings onlhcnthings
things around Center Market Armory ArmoryTho ArmoryTho
Tho captains of the different organi organizations organlmttons ¬
zations of the guard in accordance with withAdjutant wlthA
A Adjutant Jutant General Robbins Ro blns orders of sev several severnl ¬
eral weeks ago have been drilling their theirmen thol tholmen
men and coaching them in the perform performance pertormnnce performance ¬
ance of jcattrp ca1t1 duties The infantrymen infantrymenhave Infantrymenhap
have been at 1t It hard for the past week waoltor wenltor
or two and almost evory night two or oriror orxron
iror rnore > companies can bo soon near the theLouisiana theLousiana
Louisiana Avenue Market getting In Intrim Intrim
trim for tho trying t lng ordeal which will willlast willlast
last nine days daJsaD ami < l they promise to be bewarm bewnrm
warm ones too tooThe tooTht tooTh
The Th > Signal Corps lads 1ad armed with withHags withrags withfiags
Hags of various kinds and designs have havetton navehn
tton signaling a great deal on the out outBide outside
side and tinkering with telephone and andtelegraph andtelegraph
telegraph wir wires 8 on the inside Tho en engineers ¬
gineers ci leers promise to be on hand when whenv whenanted
v vanted anted The buglers who will perform performa
a most important duty dutythat that of sounding soundingmess soundingrnC5S soundingnss
mess call three times a day dayare are oxer oxerrising uxerslnc
rising slnc their lungs and improving their theirwind theirwind theirwind
wind while the Brigade Band and corps corpsOf corpsoC
Of field musicians are also shining up on onsharps onsharps onsharps
sharps and flats flatsMen fintsMen
Men Well WellPrepared WellPreparedAll Prepared PreparedAll PreparedAll
All In all the guardsmen arc pretty prettywell prott prottwell prettywell
well prepared for tho encampment and andit andIt andit
it Is not Jn improbable probablo that they would be beready beTeady beready
ready to go tomorrow If that wero tho thochosen thochos theehosn
chosen chos < > n date There is a large number numberof numborof numberof
of experienced men in the ranks now nowwho nwwho
who can serve as models for the raw rawrecruits rawrecruits rawrecruits
recruits and those of one or two years yearsexperience yoaraexplrlence yosraexprience
experience In view of tho fact that the themembership theIIcmbership thexrcmbership
membership of a great many of the com commands conmnnds cornnands ¬
mands has increased greatly and soy several S soyoral V Vral ¬
oral ral now organizations have started startedsince start startedsince d dslnco
since the last encampment encampmentthoro there arc too toomany toomany toomany
many green lads in lIne to admit of ofthe atthe olthe
the commands going to camp without a athorough athorough athorough
thorough coaching coachingThe coachingThe coachingThe
The boys have the dates and the place placeflxed placo1xtd placsfixed
fixed pretty well in their minds They Theyknow Theyknow Theyknow
know they will be on a little jaunt In Inthe inthe Inthe
the vicinity of Fort Washington from fromJuly fromJuly fromJuly
July 23 until July 81 but ut further than thanthat thlUlthat thanthat
that they are not advised although they theywould 11181ould theyould
would ould like to be b At National Guard Guardheadquarters Guardh
headquarters h adquartors yesterday it was learned learnedthat learnedthat learnedthat I
that no specific plans or order of events eventsfor centsfor
for the encampment had even tx b4er > en endrafted 1 1drarted L
drafted although they were expected expectednext oxpcctodnxt expocto I
next weak There remains two weeks weeksand week weekand oeks oeksnnd I
and three days before the boys depart departfor departfer deparlfor
for their destination destinationPlans detitluatJoRPlans destinationPlans
Plans Late This Year YearUsually Yearl Yeartsually
Usually l suaIly the plan has been mapped out outIcng oqtlcng on onlang
lang before this but owing to th lact lactthat tad tadthat llot llotthat
that one set of plans for a series of ofland ofbnd ol r
rI
land and wator maneuvers was as drafted draftedin drtedin drafteIn I
in May 1a and June lIul and subsequently subsequentlyabandoned stfbse4luenUyabandoned r rnbandond
abandoned because bocau the project waa not notpracticable notpraeacablt notpraeUcable
practicable the definite plans are latr latrthan latrtJ1an labeitban
than ever everIt everIt everIt
It was reported a few weeks ago that thatGen thatGen L LCeo
Gen George Harries had made a requl requlririon rOlulFlton requLsinn
sinn for or enough khaki uniforms to out outf outrt outSft
f rt t his hl entire brigade but a am yet nothing nothingfurther nothingfurl nothtnifuhr
further furl hr baa been heard If I such ueh a thing thingwrr thing1fr thinisere
wrr sere possible the th comfort and pleasure pleasurethe
0 the Guardsmen would auld bo hi greatly atly en enfcrnpd ent enFm
t Fm fcrnpd 0 fd d In view Iew of f the lateness lleDe of the thesc theIon th thson
sc Ion son however It Is I not believed the thePiojeit theI th thFinject
Piojeit I fJjrd can be carried out outThe outTo outThe
The To troopers from rom Port Myer Iyor who whocan whoCaL wh wheaL
can very ory near giving hhig target practice practiceat practiciat
at a t7 h Ordway Onla Range nl Dge its Quietus by their theirn r
n r klesg Jegs aDd nt wild shooting left the the7nge ther th thxnge g rg
7nge r ge last week aad returned retlra d to the thefort theort thi thifort
fort ort An OIder or request relative to toshooting toshfntfng ti S Ssin
shooting sin > ting at the e range raD waa neat out from fromlladquart ron
1 lladquart u adquartere < quarters last week w k Practice ex ext eXt exe
e < > t on the pan of those who are ac acIiowledged acI
Iiowledged 1 < iOW owiedged ledgod to be b experts o ts has been SUB susrr SUBf gusT
rr f 3cd < while repairs aDd alteration alterationart S Sart
art ar made at the range rangePutting ralJf rangePutting c cPutting
Putting Scream Above Targets TargetsTh Targets TargetsThp
Th Thp < bullet unet which flew lie wild week or ortwo ortwo o r rtwo
two ago and 541 Injured a woman standing standingin staodht staodhtIn I Iin
in the rear r r of the target targets wont over the theti thetorg iii S Stergcts
ti torg tergcts rgct < ts and ttfereby tifer occasioned oeealon d the in injary tn1ry inArT
jary ArT Workmen are now at the range rangeLSIK ranK ranKLtIDg C CLtlrig
LSIK screens over the targets to ti pre prev preWJt pr prn
WJt v < n any more ballets bell ts from flying wild wildnnj wIldanJ wikisal
sal to save the lives of persons p < < SOIlS living livingPiie Ihlngon g gon
on onttpou8 tana tanaTIw fsrteh
Piie h member of the brignde team all allc aUn al l
c n < p < rts hare practiced praeUc at 1t the range rangefcllp rangow1Il rang 0 0nhtlc
< w1Il nhtlc fcllp the repairs were in progress Maj Majc laJ laJO
c D DIJ1 ll is 1 coaching the men and expects expectsto exp ctt cttto a ato
to have ha Vfo a strong atro aggregation by the thetime theUmo th a atime
time the Men leave for the annual con contr contc cont
tr t t at Sea S Girt The regular r uJr practice practiceJB practiceHR e eisyg
isyg HR JB for or the team man are Monday MondayV Mondaytrdoeeday tond2YVdlleeday
V Vdlleeday > duesday and Friday Major Bell and andh andbc an ci cib
h bc < men spent those three afternoons at atthe atthe a t tthe
the range and also al wont out yesterday yesterdayto I Ito
to pouch off their rough edges edgesTb odg odgfh edgesTb
Tb < > showing bolnJ made m de by tho th Guardsmen GuardsmenIn n nIn
In the parade yesterday was highly highlycommendable hlghlycommendable r rcornnaendab1e
commendable and much favorable com comment eomment cornnent ¬
ment was hoard on all sides sid side Despite Despitethe D plte plteth S Sthe
the th hrat tho boys bo looked trim and neat neatand Dcatand nea t tand
and marched as 1 though it were a bleak bleakNovember bleakNoembor C CNovember
November day Tho local militia l1ItJ made madeup madeup mad madup
up the entire second division of the theparade theparade thi S Sparade
parade and General Harries was in com commanI comman cornruanl
manI man <
Battery Mustered In InBattery InBattery IiiBattery
Battery A Light Artillery ArUl1o D C N G Gwlh Gwith 0with
with Capt Thomas Marron at its head headw headwe
we w a mustered musYN U Into the aerrleo Tuesday TuesdayUbt Tue dny dnyB r riuLbL
B iuLbL Ubt ht Sixty candidates word in the spa ¬
cious clouedrlll cl drill hall to be mustered in and andfiftyone andfirtrone
I
fiftyone fi of them wero accepted and the theoath theoath theath
fio
oath o ath of allegiance administered to them themby thomby thorny
I
by b y Major Ourand Inspector general of ofthe ofth9 ofe
bth
the th e local militia The caissons and andgun andgun andun
gun g un carriages arc in tho drill hall at the thepresent thopresent
r present p resent time The carriages carrla es have boon boonmade beonmade boonade
made m ade for 32 guns and the pieces wil wilbe will w111be wille
S be b e fitted on them within the coming comingweek comIng comIngweek
bw
week weekIt weekIt w eek eekIt
It is expected that tho battery will willmake willmake willake
make m ake an oxcollont showing at the an annual annual anunt ¬
nual a unt oncampment because there are aresomo aresomo areomo
as
s somo omo experienced artillerists in the thoranks theranks theanks
ranks r and the new mon are all apt aptscholars aptscholnrs aptcholars
scholars s and look as if they would learn learnquickly lcnrnquickly
quickly q Because of the fact that the theFort theFort
qF
Fort F ort Myor IYr artillery will be on a prac practice practice ¬
tice t ice march during tho National Guard Guardencampment Guardencampment
encampment e Battery Battor A A will bo divided dividedinto dividedInto
into i ei et nto two platoons and each regiment of oftho ottho ofhe
tho t he guard will have onehalf of it itNaval ItNaval
Naval Battalion Dampened DampenedThe DnmpenedThe DampenedThe
The driving rain served to dampen dampen the theardor thenrdor
ardor a rdor of but one command in tho entire entireGuard enUreGuard
Guard G uard The Naval Battalion which to together together ¬
gether g ether with the other organizations re received reeeioo ¬
ceived c its orders to report on the White WhiteLot VhlteLot
Lot L ot to participate in the drill was not noton noton
on o n hand although all of the other or organizations orgnnlzatlonB ¬
ganizations g wore there and made a cred creditable creditablo credtablo ¬
itable I showing Adjutant General Cor Corbin Corbin
bin b in complimented General Harries on the thelooks theJooks
looks l of the brigade and things wore wereI woremodng
I moving smoothly when the rain came up upI upand
I and a nd tho general sent his men to the ar armorV armoty
morV m oiy to keep keepthem them from getting soaked soakedH soakedlL
H I L Is 11 believed the drill Monday Monda and find nd the theparade he heparade
parade p arade yesterday will serve to assist Mslst the theofficers thoofficors thefficers
officers o of the Guard while at camp be bocause becluse beause
cause c ause many of the men in line on those thosetwo thosetwo
two t wc days da s wore wer out for the first time timeAppointments timeAppointments
Appointments AppointmentsThe
The following appointments made by bythe bythe
the t he President in the militia of the Dis District District ¬
trict t rict of Columbia and casualties and andchanges andchanges
changes c that have occurred during the thequarter theQtmrter
quarter q oarter ended June 30 1903 arc ap apnounced atlnounced
nounced nouncedSecond nouncedSecond n
Second Battalion BattalionFirst First Lieutenant J JHarry JHarry 3Harry
Harry Bean Company D t Second Bat Battalion Baltallon Batalion ¬
talion t to be captain March 16 1903 to tofill tofill
fill original vacancy acanc Company C CSecond CSecond Cecond
Second S econd Lieut Milton J Ernest Company CompanyD
D Second Battalion to be first lieuten lieutenant lIeutonant ¬
ant a nt March 16 1003 to fill original va vacancy a acnncy ¬
cancy c Company C Private Leonard LeonardH LeonardH
H Johnson to be second lieutenant lieutenantMarch lIeut lieutenantMarch nant nantMuch
March 16 1903 to fill original vacancy vacancyCompany aenncyCompany
Company C CFifth CFIUh
Fifth Battalion BattalionSecond Second Lieut Albert AlbertB AaertD
B Velr Company B Fifth Battalion Battalionto
to t o be first lieutenant March 23 1303 vice viceAndrews viceAndreS vIceAndrews
Andrews resigned Company A ASixth ASlxt
Sixth Slxt Battalion BaUnllonFlrst First Sergt Frank FrankE
E Skinner to be captain ptain March 26 261t03
1003 to fill original vacancy vacano Com Company Company ¬
pany B Sorgt Bruco Magruder to tobe tobE
be first lieutenant March 26 1908 to fill filloriginal fllloriginal filloriginal
original vacancy Company B Sorgt SorgtClarence SorslClarence
Clarence A Goodlng to be second lieu lieutenant lIoutenant lieutenant ¬
tenant March arch 26 1003 1 03 to fill original originalvacancy originalnenney
vacancy Company B BFirst DFirst BFirst
First Separate Battalion BattallcnSerg Sergt Syl Sylvester SIveUer ¬
vester H Eppa to be first lieutenant lieutenantApril lIeutonantApril lieutenantApril
April 22 1901 1 01 Vice Covington resigned resignedCompany rc resignedCompany lgntd lgntdCompany
Company C CNaval CNnal CNaval
Naval Battalion BattalionLIeut Lieut Randolph B BBrummett nBrummett
Brummett to be lieutenant commander commanderApril commandor commandorAprJl comtnandorApril
April 10 103 vice Ice Hopkins resigned resignedJohn r8slgnooJohn resignO3John
John Doyle Carmody to be ensign on sign March
13 1808 vice Dempf promoted Second Seconddivision Second SeconddivIsion
division
Resignations ResignationsEarly Resi ResignationsEarly tion8 tion8Early
Early D Ypdor Yoder first lieutenant Com Company Conk co copnny ¬
pany B Second Battalion Battal1 l1 March 32
1908 Sherbourne G Hopkins lieutenant lieutenantcommander lIeutonantcommander
commander Naval Battalion April 9 919O
1901 19O Robert B Covington first lieu lieutenant lIoutounnt ¬
tenant Company Comp ny C First Separate Bat Battalion BattaHon Battalion ¬
talion April 9 1902 Lemuel E Tait Taitsecond Taltsecond
second lieutenant Company C Fifth FifthBattalion FUthHallaHon FifthBattalion I
Battalion June 8 1908 William B BBrowne Br BBrowno
r Browne rowno first lieutenant Company C CFirst CFIrst CFirst
First Battalion June IS 1903 Eugene EugeneP
P Corvaizler captain Company D Third ThirdBattalion ThirdBattalion I
Battalion June 30 1908 1908Discharges 190 190Discharges 190eDischarges
Discharges DischargesThe DischargesThe
The following named enlisted men menhavo menllao methaVe
haVe been dishonorably discharged from fromthe fromtn frontthe
the tn Guard during too quarter ending endingJuno endingJmia ondintIune
Juno Jmia 30 1103 IUD Clarence E Altninus AltninusMamlt Altmnuaantt AltoznusMariht
Mamlt antt A Bodenhnmor Guy Brazee Wil William William Wil11am ¬
liam A Butler Frank P Davis Robert RobertT Ro RoberlT rt rtT
r
T Dodson George IlJ II Gillmati Hugh HughHayes I HughBayes UK UKHayes
Hayes George W V Jones Leo C Lamp Lampkin Lampkin Lampkin
kin Eugene OBryhim and Thomas Rob Robinson RobInsou Itohinson ¬
inson insonThe InsouTh insonThe
The Th following have been ordered hon honorably honorably ¬
orably discharged on account of removal removalfrom remoaltrom remova removafrom I
from tho District DistrictPrivate DistrictPrhale DistrictIrivate
Private Lebbeous K Clemens Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany C Second Battalion BattalionPrivate BattallonPrivate BattalionPrivate
Private Edward N Riley RUe Company C CSecond CSeeond CSecond
Second Battalion BattalionPrivate BattalionPr1Tatl
Private Emmet H Woodward Com Company Company Coinpany L ¬
pany C Second S ond Battalion BattalionLandsman DattaHonLandsman
Landsman Thornton T Relloy Second SecondDivision SecoudDvilon SeconiDivision II
Division Naval aVAl Battalion BattalionThe Battalion BattalionThe BattalionThe
The following have hav < t been honorably honorablydischarged honorablydt honorabl V Vdischarged
discharged dt c11arged to accept promotion by eom eommUion eommlslon cornnifelon
mUion mlslonPrhate nifelonPrivate mUionPrivate
Private Leonard L ollard II Johnson Company CompanyC V VC
C Second Battalion BattalionSergeant BattalionSergeant BattalionSergeant
Sergeant Clarence A Gooding Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany B Sixth Battalion BattalionSergeant BattalionSergeant BattalionSergeant
Sergeant Bruce Magruder Company B BSixth BSixth 13Sixth
Sixth Battalion BattalionSergeant BattaUonSergflant BattaltonSergeant
Sergeant Sylvester H Epp Epps Company CompanyC CompanC
C First Separate Se arato Battalion BattalionSergeant DattallonSer BattalionSergeant
Sergeant Ser < ennt William G Neumeyer Com Company Comptlny Cornpen
pany pen B First Regiment has been de detached detncbed detached ¬
tached from his hi company with instruc instruction Ins instruetton true truetlOD ¬
tion to report to the commissary gen general heneral semioral ¬
eral for duty in connection with the theencampment th thencampment e eencampment
encampment encampmentA
A board of survey to consist of Capt CaptFrancis CaptFrancia CaptFrancis
Francis J Woodman oodman surgeon 8ur eoD Socon SoconKoglment SoeondRostlment i iRegiment
Regiment First Lieut Romulus A Foe Foster Foeter Foeter ¬
ter surgeon 8urge surgeon n second Battalion and First FirstLieut FIrstLieut Fire t tLieut
Lieut Charles R Luce surgeon First FirstBattalion FiratDattallon Firs t
tp
Battalion has been ordered to assemble assembleat aattemblI p
I at headquarters July Jul 11 at 8 oclock oclockp ocloe ocloep
p m to examine into report upon and andfix andfix an anfix
fix the responsibility for an alleged loss lossof los 1011of a aof
of medical property for which hlch Brig
then George H Harriot is accountable accountableThe acoountableThe t tThe
The junior member of the board will willact willact wit LI LIact
act as recorder recorderPACT rocordcrPACT recorderPACT
PACT FOR TEN MEN MENSALINA MENSALINA MENSALalNt
SALINA Kan Can July 4 1K K C Me MeMcCloary McMcCloary Ic IclcCloary
McCloary of Salina was married In Ito llupublic Htpublic Itopublic
public Mo to Thursday to Rose Barring BarringThe DarrlngThe BarringThe
The wedding is a chapter of a story storyplanned stor tory toryplannod I Iplannod
plannod in Seattle Wash last winter winterMr inter interMr
Mr McCleary with nine other linemen linemenwont llnomenwunt linemenwont I
wont on strike in Seattle and they de decided deCldod deaided ¬
aided to go to Alaska Ono of the ten tensuggastad tenuggo tel II
IIri
suggested uggo tod that they all get married and andtake andtake ani anitake ri
take their brides to tho th thtar far North with withthem withm wit h hthem
them m
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Mil ILL HOLD UL FUNERAL FUNERALIN
IN BALTIMORE BALTIr ORE TODAY TODAYHarriet TODAYHarriet TODAYarriet
Harriet H arriet Lane Johnston J to toBe toBe
Be Placed at Rest KestMISTRESS RestMISTRESS BestISTRESS
MISTRESS M OF WHITE HOUSE HOUSECareer HOUSECareer HOUSEareer
Career C areer of Buchanans Beautiful Niece NieceHer NieceHer NieceHer
Her Entertainment of the Present PresentEnglish PresentEnglish PresentEnglish
English Sovereign SovereignTho SovereignThe SovereignTho
Tho funeral of Mrs Irs Harriet Lane LaneJohnston LanoJohnston Laneohnston
Johnston J niece of President Buchanan Buchananand Buchananand Buchanannd
and and a nd mistress of the White hlte House during duringbis durInghis duringis
his h is Administration will be hold this thismorning thl thlmorning thisorning
morning m orning from the residence of her herbrotherinlaw belbrotherInlaw
brotherinlaw b Josiah Leo Johnston 113 113West 113Wost
West Franklin l < raQklln Stroot Baltimore Tho Thointerment ThoIntorment
interment in torment Will 111 be private privateMrs prhateIrs privateMrs
Mrs Irs Johnston bad been ill for about aboutten Jboutten
ten t en months previous to her death Sev Several Sevoral ¬
oral o ral weeks ago she was removed to Nar Narragausett Narraansett
r ragausett Pier in hope that tho change changewould changewould
would w ould benefit her strength Instead of ofrecovering otrecoverIng
recovering r however she slowly became becameweaker becameweaker becameeaker
weaker w eaker and succumbed succumbod to the illness illnesslast illnesslast
last l ast Friday night nightThe nightThc nightThe
The death of Mrs Johnston closes an aneventful aneventful
eventful e career She was perhaps more morewidely morpwldoly
widely w ldoly known throughout the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnItedtates
States S tates and foreign countries than any anyother nnyother
other o ther young woman who occupied a asimilar asimilar
similar s position Whll presiding over overthe overthe
the t he Executive Mansion and prior to her licrmarriage h < r rmarrIage
marriage m arriage she was known generally as ascharming nschnrmlng
charming and beautiful Harriet Lane LaneThe Lanerhf Lanerho
The rhf last notable event In which she shefigured shefigured shegured
figured fi gured was the coronation of King Ed Edward Edward ¬
ward w ard VII and while in London was the theguest thoguest theuest
guest g uest ot the sovereign of the British BritishEmpire BritishEmpire
Empire E mpire Strangely enough she was also alsoa
a conspicuous figure at the ceremonies ceremonieswhen ceremonieswhen
when w hen Queen Victoria was invested with withthe withthe
the t ime crown At that time she was of the thehousehold thehousehold
household h of her uncle who was then thenminister thonminister
minister m inister to the court of St James JamesEntertained JamesEntertained
Entertained Prince of Wales WalesAnother WalesAnother WalesAnother
Another notable event In the career of ofHarriet atHarriet
Harriet H arriet Lane was her entertaining of ofLord otLord
Lord Renfrew the Prince of Wales Walesand VallJsand
and a nd now King on his visit to this coun country country couary ¬
try t ry more than forty years ago As mla mistress mlatress rateress ¬
tress t ress of the White hlto House she acted as ashostess ashostoss asostess
hostess h ostess to the distinguished visitor visitorMrs IsltorMrs
Mrs Johnston was born in 1831 and andwas andWas
was w as the youngest daughter of James JamesBuchanans JamesBuchanans Jameauchanans
Buchanans B sister From early child childhood childhood childood ¬
hood h ood she had been a favorite favomulte of her heruncle horuncle herncle
uncle u ncle and was Invited to preside over overthe overUle overthe
the Executive Mansion while still in her hertwenties hortwcntlos herwenties
twenties twentiesWhen t
I
When Buchanan was wassont sent to London Londonas Londonas
as a s minister to the Court of St James Jameshis Jameshis Jamesis
his h is niece accompanied him and was ac accepted accepted anepted ¬
cepted c as the mistress of tho legation legationHer legationHer logationHer
Her social success was instantaneous instantaneousShe InstantaneousShe instantaneouShe
She S he quickly became a reigning belle and andwas andwas andwas
was looked upon as one of the most mostbeautiful mostbeautiful mosteautiful
beautiful b women In court ourt circles circlesQueen circlesQueon circlesQueen
Queen Victoria was captivated with 1th her hercharming horcharming herharming
charming c personality personalityLord personalItyLord personalityLord
Lord Renfrews Visit VisitAs VisitAs VisitAs
As mistress of the White House dur during durIng durng ¬
ing i ng Buchanans administration his hisniooe hisniece hisniece
niece was the center of a series of ofelaborate ofelaborate 01elaborate
elaborate social soc al functions Chief among amongthose amongthose
those t was the reception to Lord Ron Renfrew Ronfrew Ronrew ¬
frew f rew an event of great impotraace in inthe Inthe I Ihe
the t he social history hlstor of the th country countryLord countryLord countryLord
Lord Renfrews visit to the United UnitedStates United UnitedStates Uniie I IStates
States took place in ISM and although althoughthe althoughthe I Ihe
the t he clouds of war were hanging over overthe OVOIthe overhe
the t he country countr not tho slightest Intima Intimation Intlma110n intimaion ¬
tion t ion of the threatened outbreak was wasgiven wIosghen I Igiven
given him Three days he remained us usthe nsthe I Ihe
the t he guest of the President PresidentMiss Presidentiss PresidentMiss
Miss iss Lane was then twentynine years yearsold yoarsold I Iold
old beautiful winsome and charming charmingShe charmingShe charmingShe
She recelvedthe visiting prince in tho thofamous thofamous I Ifamous
famous East Room The same umu evening eveninghe eveninghe oveninihe
he led his fair hostess to a state dinner dinnerand dinnerand dinnerand
and sat at at her right hand The remain remaining remainIng remainng ¬
ing I ng days of the royal guests visit were werealso worealso werealso
also marked by elaborate affairs affairsMarried atralrsMarried affairsMarried
Married at Wheatland WheatlandAt
At the expiration of Buchanans term termMiss term1IIS8 I IMiss
Miss Lane returned to Wheatland heatland the thebeautiful thebeautiful th thbeautiful
beautiful country seat t of tho President PresidentTwo ProhJontTwo PresidentTwo
Two years before her uncles death In ii I I1g08
1108 she became beenll1e the bride of Henry HenryBillot HenryI Henr3Elliot
I Elliot Johnston a lawyer of Baltimore BaltimoreThe BaltimoreThe BaltimoreThe
The wedding took place at Wheatland Wheatlandone Vheallandone I Ione
one cold morning In January Januftr and was wasattended wasattondod wa S Sattended
attended by b guests from far and near nearAfter noorAftor nearAfter
After Buchanans death Mrs Johns Johnston Johnston Johnston ¬
ton made Wheatland her summer home homethough homethough homethough
though Baltimore became her principal principalpface JJrlnelpai JJrlnelpaipraee i iptace
pface of residence The Johnston reel residence rosidltftcc reeldeece ¬
dence In Washington at Eighteenth and andt nndf nra
t 1 Streets was u at the time of its erec erection erection crection ¬
tion one of a the most beautiful dwell dwellings dwollIn dwellinst ¬
ings In in the National Capital The style styleof strieof sty S Sof
of furniture is characteristic of the theperiod theperiod tim C Cperiod
period of 1860 while the house i hI deco decorated decorated decorated ¬
rated with rare mementos mumen 4e gathered gatheredduring gather gtherdurIng 1 1during
during Buchanans Duebon JlS tenure of office officeThe officeTho officeThe
The death of Mrs Johnston is ismourned Ismourned I B Bmourned
mourned by a large circle of friends in inWashington InWashington Ii II IIWashington
Washington WashingtonTEA WashingtonTEA WashingtonTEA
TEA SAMPLES SAM PLES TO BE BELARGER BELARGER BELARGER
LARGER IN THE FUTURE FUTURE1The FUTUREThe
The Treasury Department has ha made a aruling aruling I S Sruling
ruling of Interest to users of tea in inconsequence Inoon Ii S Sconsequence
consequence oon aquunco of which business firms firmsmay firmsmay firma a amay
may hereafter Bond twelve t ounces of ofsample ofsamplo c f fsample
sample tea through the malls instead In tuml of ofonly otouly c t touly
ouly four ounces heretofore permitted permittedby permlttodby tl tlby
by law lawTea lawTea iawTea
Tea importers have for some time past pastbeqn pastboqn pits t tboqn
boqn desirous of greater liberty In Insending InsendIng I it itsending
sending samples of their goods to pros prospective prosp prospootivo ¬
pective p lIvo customer or new blonds to old oldcustomers oldcuatoruora oh ii iicustomers
customers In effort to extend their theirtrade theirtrade thul r rtrade
trade they have wished I shed to present to topossible topoulblo t 0 0possible
possible buyers more than a meager meagerfour meagerrour r rfour
four ounces und have made satisfac satisfactory Sd saisfaetory Ifa Ifatory ¬
tory explanations to the Treasury De Department Department Dcpartment ¬
partment as the reason for seeking the theincreased HlUIncroased tim timincreased
increased allowance allowanceThe allownnceThe allowanceThe
The Postofllce POllto lco Department will be In Informed Inormod Informed ¬
formed of the decision arrived at by the theTreasury therreasury th 0 0Treasury
Treasury oflicials and wjll be requested requestedto d dto
to make the necessary noco sary orders relative to toaccepting toaccepting t 0 0accepting
accepting twelveounce packages for fortransmission fortrnneml to Ir Irtransmission
transmission trnneml slon through the mails man at spe special specIal I Iold ¬
cial old rates instead ot only the four fourounce fourouneopucltugo fourounce
ounce ouneopucltugo packages previously admissible to tothat tothat t 0 0that
that rate
SEED SCANDALS TO TOREST TOREST TOREST
REST UNTIL FALL
Lawyers L awyers Agree to Allow the theExamination theExamination
Examination of Witnesses Witnessesto
to Be Postponed Until UntilSeptember UntilSeptember
September SeptemberC9ngress SeptemberCongress
C9ngress to Be Asked to toInvestigate
t I IInvestigate
Investigate the Contract Contractand Contractand Contractand
and Other Department of ofAgriculture ofAgriculture
Agriculture Matters MattersThe
The hearings Into the alleged frauds fraudsin fraudsIn
in I n tho seed contracts contra ts in the Agricul Agricultural Agricultural ¬
tural t Department have gone gone over until untilnext untilnext untilext
next n ext fall fallIt tallIt
It Is now said that they are to be re resumed resumed ¬
sumed s ume about September 1 or a Jit lit lIttle tie tielater tielater
later l ater which may bring them to t an aninteresting anIntoresting annteresting
interesting i point just about bout the time the theextra theextra thextra
extra e xtra session of Congress is called and andwhich andwhich andhich
which w wf hich may ma cause them to be taken up upfor upfor upor
for f or investigation simultaneously with witnthe withthe witflhe
the t tt he proposed Congressional Inquiry into intothe Intothe intohe
the t he Tostofflco frauds fraudsThe fmudsTho fraudsThe
The delay in probing the seed mat matter matter mater ¬
ter t er to the bottom is due to the request requestmade requestmade requestade
made m ade by the lawyers of Arthur a C Nellis Nellisthe Nellisthe Nellshe
the t he manager of the theNew New York Garden Gardeners Gardonerst Gardenrs ¬
ers erst e rs Association who Is accused by his hisformer hl5tormer hi
former f ormer superintendent Klngsley of de deliberately delIborately ¬
liberately I issuing orders that the pack packages packages ¬
ages a ges sent out should be put up light lightBequests l1ghtRequests
Requests Granted GrantedThose GrantedThese
These attorneys asked some time ago agofor ngofor
for f or the privilege of examining several severalmore severalmore
more witnesses before the Court of ofClaims orClaIms oflaims
Claims C laims and they were notified that the theGovernment tbeGovernment
Government G overnment was ready to go ahead with withthe withthe
the t he examination Nothing more was washeard washeard
heard h eard of the matter and last week Dep Deputy Deputy ¬
uty u ty Attorney General Tanner wrote to tothe tothe
the t he lawyers asking when they proposed proposedto
to t o bin bcinMr oclnIr
Mr Ir Tanner received a reply asking askingthat aakIn
that t hat the Department of o Justice lot the thecase thecaso
case c ase go over until September and as asthe aslho
the t he Court of Claims cannot take tak the thecase thocase
case c ase up until fall the request was grant granted granted
ed e el I ITho
Tho Government has collected col1e ted a vast vastamount ast astamount
amount a of testimony teatlmon in the case some someof somoor
of o f which has not yet been made public publicA
A great deal of this relates to the theNellis thoNolUs
Nellis instructions instructionsOne JnstructlcnsOne
One new feature which has not yet yetbeen yetboon
been brought out Is a charge cha e made by byKingsley b bKingsley
Kingsley who asserts that many bags bagsof bagsof bagsf
of o f spinach seed a d were shipped back to tothe tothe toime
the t ime Clovona nurseries the Staten Island Islandproperties Islandproperties Islandproperties
properties of Nellis when hon thoy should shouldhave shouldhao shouldhave
have been turned over to the Depart Department Department Departmont ¬
ment of Agriculture AgricultureSmoothed AgrIcultureSmoothed AgricultureSmoothed
Smoothed It Over OverJust OverJust OverJust
Just how many of these bags there therowere theruwere therewore
were Kingsley could not say sa but ho hothought hothought hethought
thought there were a score scqro or more moreThere moreThore moreThere
There had boon so much m ch seed of this thisparticular thIsparticular thisparticular
particular kind of vegetable sent out outhowever outhowever outhowever
however that It Is doubtful If I they could couldhave cou111have couldhave
have been given away to any farmer who whoknew whoknew whoknew
knew what he was getting Consequent Consequently ¬
ly l y there was little If any loss to the theGovernment theGoernment theGovernment
Government GovernmentMore GoernmentIore GovernmentMore
More Iore of the testimony relates to the themethods themethods themethods
methods adopted by Kingsley to pacify pacifyand paclryand pacifyand
and smooth over the Government In Inspectors Inspectors inspators ¬
spectors when hen they complained bout boutthe blutthe boutthe
the small weights wolghtsIn voightsIn
In substance Kingsley said that tome voiaeof tomeof ome omeof
of the girls wore dismissed and others otherswore otherswere I Iworo
wore instructed to put more seed in the thepackets thepackets thepackets
packets The orders wore given when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the Inspectors were standing around As Assoon Assoon Assoon
soon as the Inspectors disappeared the theorders thcordors timeorders
orders issued by b Nolli according to toKlngsleys toKlngslcys toKingsleys
Klngsleys statement to let them run ruulight runight runlight
light wont into effect again againSeeds againSecds againSeeds
Seeds Were Short ShortKingsley ShortKingsley ShortKingsley
Kingsley also went into details con concerning concerning concorning ¬
cerning the lack of bookkeeping He Hesaid lIeMid Hesaid
said that under tho Parker distribution distributionhe
ho had kept a record of how much seed seedhad seedhad seedhad
had come into the distributing building buildingin
in bulk by which means it was easy eRII for forthe torthe forthe
the Government to discover dlseoverany any short shortage shortage shortage ¬
age in the amount of seeds for which it itwas itwq Itwas
was paying payingHo a lng lngHo
Ho 0 suggested to Nellie el1ls that th such books booksbo booksbe booksbe
be kept but Nellie refused to listen to tohim tohim tohim
him Consequently the Government could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not tell whether or not it had got all allthe allthe j jthe
the Reeds due it itKingsley Itlln itKingsiey
Kingsley lln ley also repeats in the testimony testimonythe tOllthnonythe testimonythe
the conversation he had with Nellis NeilI a ator aI aItor ator ¬
tor the distribution had been completed completedHe cQmpletoJHe cpmplutodHe
He said ld that Nellis told him he ho did not notknow n norknow t tknow
know how many man s sireis < yxls s he had sent s nt out outKingsley OUIKingsley outKingsley
Kingsley also asserts aaaert that Nellis Nelli told toldhim toJdhim toldhim
him the seeds were short of what bitt the thecontract thecontract timecontract
contract had called for and he Kings Kingsley KingllIe KingsIcy
Icy Ie advised Bd lsOd Nollis to gtf g gd < 1 to the offleers offleersof offie offlcdrsof rs rsof
of the department and make m lte a clean cleanbreast clftfibr8t cleanbreast
breast of the matter but that Nellis re refused refUMed refused ¬
fused to do HO HOCongress MOCongress soCongress
Congress May Act ActThere ActThore ActThor0
There are scores of other charges chargeswhich chare charewhich chargeswhich
which it Is I said Congress may Investi Investigate Ine inveatliate tl tlatq ¬
gate gateMany iateMany = atq atql11tly
Many of the Representatives are anx anxious anxIous snxbug ¬
ious to take the matter up and Repre Representative R6prosentntie Reprosentative ¬
sentative Fitzgerald of C New York at atthe atthe atthe
the last session of Congress did intro introduce Introduce Introduce ¬
duce a resolution calling for such an aninvestigation aninvestigation anInvestigation
investigation investigationThe
The resolution however was referred referredto
to the Committee on Agriculture and andsomewhere andsomltwhere andsomewhere
somewhere In the numerous pigeonholes pigeonholesin
in the desk of tho clerk of that com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee the resolution Is still slumbering slumberingThat sJumberlngThat slumberingThat
That another is to be introduced Is Iscertain I Icortaln lcertain
certain and It is more than probable probablenow probablonow probablenow
now that the whole country Is aroused arousedsomething arousedIIOmothing arousedsomething
something is going to be done doneThe donoThe doneThe
The agriculturist seeks an investiga investigation investigation Investigation ¬
tion because when he plants turnips turnipsaccording turnilJsacrordlng turnipsaccording
according to Donnrtmont of Agriculture
label labels ho dislikes to get a crop of ofv orLook ofEIkHead
v MS for Look tho Elk EIkHead EIkHeadStamped i Head HeadStamped U Utnmped
Stamped on the thewrapper thelrnpper thet
t wrapper of every everypound evcrypound
rmjtr tr pound of Elk f E 1 k krnve ICq
q yj CJrove rnve Creamery Crvmimner CrvmimneruutY
uutY Pa Pasteurized tcurired But Butter Dutter But1thoUf ¬
ter None K Jtnulne Jtnulnewithout iuine iuinewithout
without 1thoUf 1thoUfCHAPIN it itCHAPIN itI
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I 924 Louisiana Ave Phone M 213 213WHOLESALERS 213wnoLesALERS 213WIIOLIISALER
WHOLESALERS ONLY
spinach s When he carefully seeds a apatch apatch aatch
patch p atch of ground for the family famll supply supplyof suppbof nupplyf
po
of o f lettuce it angers him a bit to find findthat findthat findhat
that t hat his lettuce is clover or radishes radishesIt
It is said that though two years have haveolapaed hnveolaJsed havelapsed
lapsed e since fnco the Nellis 1Jls contract ended ondodsome endedome omloilsome
some s ome farmers have not yet got the flow flowers fiowors flowra ¬
ers e se st ra out of the clover fields the vege vegetables vegetaGles vegeaIes ¬
tables t out of the lawns and flower beds bedsand bedsnd bedsnd
and a nd the roots of the fruit plants out of oftho ofthe ofhe
the t he vegetable patches where all wore worecarefully worecarefully worearefully
tc
carefully c planted according to the di directions directions diections ¬
rections r sent out by Mr NellisThe NellisThe Nellis NellieThe
The Representatives are anxious for forsomething forsomething foromething
something s to be done because tho far farmer tarmoI farar ¬
mer m mt ar blames tho Representative for all allof nllof allf
mo
of o f the mlxcdu0 condition of things And Andthe Andtho Andhe
the t he Republicans are willing to prooe prooeInto pr06e pr06eInto pro6ento
Into I nto the matter because the Democrats Democratsare
are a re going to make m 1ce a scandal out of th thmatter thIDatter the thematter
matter of such proportion that it may maybecome mavbecome ma maecome
become b ecome a campaign Issue This the tholeaders th thlenders theeaders
leaders l believe can be headed oft by a aRepublican 11nepublican aepublican
Republican R Investigation InvestigationFOUR InT06tlgnUonFOUR InyostigationFOUR
FOUR SMALLPOX CASES CASESDISCOVERED CASESDISCOVERED AE8 AE8D18UVERDIN
DISCOVERED D18UVERDIN IN ONE DAY DAYNurse DAYNurrc i iNuI3C
Nurse at Home for Incurables One of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Patients PatientsFour PatientsFour PatientsFour
Four cases of smallpox have been dis discovered disovered 1Iscoverol ¬
covered c by the District Health Office OfficeA OfficeA Officenurse
A nurse at the Home for Incura Incurables Incumbles Incuraios ¬
bles b ios Irene Parkor has been sick with withtho withhe 1th 1ththe
the t he disease for several days Investiga Investigation Invostlgatlon Inestigaion ¬
tion t ion showed that she had recently recentlyvisited reaontlyvisited reacntlyisited
visited v her sister Mrs Estelle Mundie Mundieof Mundieot Mundief
of o f 2700 Fourteenth Street northwest northwestThe northwestThc northwesthe
3 o
The T he young oung woman was removed to the thesmallpox thesmaIlpox themallpox
smallpox s hospital and the Home for In Incurables Incurables Inurablos ¬
curables c was quarantined quarantinedInvestigation quarantinedInvestigation quarantinedInvestigation
Investigation at the Fourteenth Street Streethouse Streethouse Streetouse
house h ouse revealed the fact that Mrs Mun Mundie Mundie Munie ¬
die d ie and a child child Sarah two years old oldhad oldhad oldad
had h ad been suffering from the disease and andwore andwore andwere
wore almost tfell ell They were taken t ken to tothe tothe tohe
the t he smallpox hospital but were later laterallowed laterallowed laterllowed
allowed a to depart Mr MumBo and a aboarder aboard aoarder
boarder board b or Edward W V Coghlll twenty twentytwo twentytwo twentywo
two t wo years of age wero also taken from fromthe fromthe fromhe
the t he Fourteenth ourteenth Street house Thursday Thursdayand Thursdayand Thursdaynd
and a nd yesterday Coghill developed the thedisease thedlsoose theigease
disease d igease He was removed to the hospi hospital hospital hospial ¬
tal t al None of those having the disease diseasehad diseasehad diseasead
had h ad been be on vaccinated The Health Office Officeofficials Officefficials officeofficlnls
officials o believe that another child in the thecame theame he heame
came s ame house who has left the city also alsohad Maoad
had h ad the disease The whereabouts of ofthe o othe ohe
the t he absent one will be Investigated
r p LANSBURGH BROTHER
SURGEON SHOULD BE BEPAID BEPAID BEPAul
PAID FOR LOST OT CREDIT CREDITBigger CREDITBigger IIEDIT IIEDITBigger
Bigger Fee if Patient P atient Dies Say SayExpert SayExpert SayExpert
Expert ExpertNEW ExpertNEW ExpertNEW
NEW YORK July 4 4Wh110 White testifying t testifyingbafro sUfylua sUfyluabororo
batons Refer Referee James E Kelly in the thesupremo thesupreme thesupreme
supreme court Dr Edward Wallace Lee Leeone Leeone Leeone
one of the surgeons who operated onPresident 01h 01hPresIdent on oiiPresident
President McKinley said that a burgeonshould Surgeon Surgeonshould Jurgeonshould
should receive more pay when a patient patientdlod patientdied patientdIed
died than when one recovered recoveredDr recoveredDr recoveredDr
Dr Leo testified in behalf of Dr James JamesH JamesH
H Alanloy in Dr Maoleys suit to re recovor recoor recover
cover 1625 65 from the executor of the es estate estate estate ¬
tate of the late Bridget C Barrett Dr DrManloya DrManloys DrManleys
Manloya fee of iH 36 was as for medical at attondance attendanee t ttendance
tondance and for an operation whloh h hperformed he hepertormod Isaperformed
performed on Mrs Barrett The opera operation operation operation ¬
tion consisted In the removal of an andominal ab abdominal abdomlnnl ¬
dominal cancer Mrs 118 Barrett died Her Herhusband Borhus Herhusband
husband hus and refused to pay the surgeons surgeonsbill surgeonlll surgeonsbill
bill lll
lllJacob
Jacob Marks counsel for the husband husbandof
of the dead woman oman eontended that the thefee thefee thefee
fee was oxMsfve oxee she He said that from
150 to 8M H O would ho liberal oompensa compensation oompensatlon oompensation ¬
tion tionOne
One > of the oxpert witnesses egllod 1Ied for forDr forDr forDr
Dr Manley was Dr Leo Ob crosses crossexamination cro crossesamination sox soxamlnaUon ¬
amination Mr Marks asked Dr Lo toe this thisquestion thl13question thisquestion
question questionWould questionWouJd questionWould
Would you consider con hfor the fact that the thepatient thepaUtnt thepatient
patient did not live any element in fix fixing fixIng fixlag ¬
ing the charge chargeNo chargeo chargeV chargeVNo
No o The fact that the person does doesnot do doesnot s snot
not live does not relieve the surgeon of ofhis oCbiB ofhis
his responsibility at the operation he hehas hphas hehas
has performed nor does It in any an way waymitigate waymitigate waymitigate
mitigate his hi feelings and in fact a aman aman amann
man should be paid more when a patient patientdies patientdies patientdies
dies than when he recovers recoversDr recoers reoversDr
I
Dr Lee said in response to a question questionby questionby
i
by Referee Kelly that a if surgeon gala geUsome galasome getssome
some credit If the operation is a success successand successand successand
and Is blamed if the operation does not notprove notprovo notprove
prove a benefit and consequently consequently sur surgeons surgeons surgoons ¬
geons have to base their charges on the theresponsibility therosponslhntty theresponsibility
responsibility that they assume assumeThe assumeTIe assumeTt1e
The examination of witnesses will be beresumed beresumed beresumed
resumed before the referee next week weekARRESTED weelARRESTED weekARRESTED
ARRESTED IN BED BEDMIDDLETOWN BEDi1DDLETOWN BEDMIDDLETOWN
MIDDLETOWN N Y July 4 4RIch 4RIchard Rich Richard RIchard ¬
ard Ca Cal1e lle a piano manufacturer of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York after having been compelled to get getout getout getout
out of bed in the middle of the night nightand nightand nightand
and submit to arrest for violation of ofthe oftho ofthe
the automobile law has settled the case caseout caseout caseout
out of court Accompanied by his wife wifeMr wifelr wifeMr
Mr lr Cadle was riding ridln in his automobile automobilethrough automobilethrough automobilethrough
through Bloomlngburg last night on his hieway hisay hisway
way ay to Monticello Tl Too o machine fright frightened frighttned frightened ¬
ened a horse belonging to Frank Cuno Cunocausing Cunocausing Cunocausing
causing It to jump a fence Time wagon wagonwas wagonwas agon agonwns
was wrecked and Cuno was ns Injured
I LANSBURGH BROTHER 1
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tacked down < < lawn free of cost Refrlg RefrlgeralorS Refrlgeralod Refrigorators
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all sizes and at a t lowest prices pricesf pricesDangler
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