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4 THE THEWASH1TGTON WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY MAY 231910 23 1910 191 r f = i
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MI WHACKS 1 mm A wo nnuT nun FIGHT I BILL oILLClimbs BILLClimbs BiLLMarble nn i
Climbs ClimbsHAGKS Marble M rble Stair to toChampion toChalnpion toChampion
Champion Cause of Pugi Pugilistic Pugilistic Pugilistic ¬
listic Publicity PublicityHAS PublicityHAS Publici PubliciHAS
HAS STAGE FRIGHTBEFORE FRIGHT FRIGHTBEFORE F1IGIiTEFORE
BEFORE COMMITTEE COMMITTEERegains COMM COMMITTEERegains TTEE TTEERegai
Regains Regai Composure and Believes BelievesHe BelievesHe
He Delivered Knockout Knockout1leets Knockout1leetsPolitical KnockoutMeetsPolitical Meets MeetsPolitical
Political Giants GiantsBy GiantsBy GiantsBy I
By BATTLING NELSON NELSONLobbyist NELSONLobbist NELSONLobbyist
Lobbyist Yes I guees gu 8 thats that me andits and andIts aDdIts
Its a grand business bu In I ootddat stand standands standsand taDd taDdu1d
sand ands see e Congress put through a a tew law thatwould that thatwould thatwould
would give the fighting tIghtl game a knock knockout kDockout knockout ¬
out and I climbed toemarble steps to totrtl totf1l totell
tell them the bill was bad medfoJne medfoJneI me UoI UoII
I gave that bill an awful wallop and andIt andIt andIt
It looks J oks to me like it was down and andwaiting andwaIting andwaiting
waiting for the count It WAS aimed to tostop tostop tostop
stop the sending of fight pictures fromone from fromone fromone
one Stale to another anotherI a ther therI
I talked about fifteen or twenty min minutes mmuto miteutos ¬
utes to a bunch of big men a House Housecommittee HOUHcommlttoe Housecommittee
committee I was more or less 1 nervous nervousat
at first as 8 I did not know how they theymfght the themight theymight
might tangle tD < < le me up upMeets upMeets upMeets
Meets Uncle j Joe jeeRO JoeRegardless e eRegardless
Regardless RO ardleM of me bete being a flgtter r and andhaving andhaving andhaving
having money mon y In fight pictures pletu I told toldthem toldthem toldthem
them they the ought not interfere In one of ofy ofm ofmy
m my y fights I had to spend 8e d HSW 11 16191 on pto pioturea ptoilttl picture
ture befoe fo e a nickel came In InCannon lmCannon
Cannon S is a great big ilttl fellow fellowThoro fellowThere M ° w wThere
There he is seventytwo years y old and andjust andjust andjust
just a kkl He has grandchildren ndch1kJreD He Hetakes Hetakes Hetakes
takes exercise every eo day and keeps keepsgood in inS Ingood
good ° ° trim trimI
S
I ioV got an Sde idea some way that I would wouldfind wouldfind wouldfind
find Vice V e President Sherman to be besomewhat beflomewhat besomewhat
somewhat crabbed He H shook hands handllwarmly handswarmly nf nfwarmly
warmly and gave me a aSherman trlendl talk talkSherman talkSherman
Sherman Is a very very democratic democraticI demoeraUesoclabl demoerattesociable
sociable fellow He impressed me more moreI
I guess gu because beeau I had got that We Wethat IdeA IdeAthat idesthat
that be was the eontrary The first firstthing 11l11tthing firstthing
thing he told me a snry He is out outspoken outpoken outspoken ¬
spoken and a agrand grand fellow tel lOW I met two twoerand twogrand twogrand
grand fellows in General Johnson and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Rudolph two of the thel Commisston Commisstoners
ers l of this t l town townGoes townGoes j jGoes
Goes Through White Reuse HwtsaI H
I I went all through the e White House HouseI i iI
I had been there before when Teddy Teddywas Teddywas
was 118 in charge cb e He was w the man for foryou flryou faryou
you I naturally wanted to see Teddy TeddyI
I knew Loeb and so there was no nochance DOchance nochance
chance for a turndown They took me meright meright j jright
right In when there were a lot of dele delegations delegatIon delegatione ¬
gations waiting T R said be was wasglad wasglad wasglad
glad to He ee me and Dd I was tickled to todeath todeath todeath
death with my reception They showed showedme
me through the house It was all U fixed finedup fixedup axedup
up for or a big DI feed that night and every everything everything everything ¬
thing looked fine I went through thehouse th thhouse the thehou8e
house Saturday but did not see the tbePresident thePro thePresident
President PresidentI Pro ldent ldentI
I went over to the Smlth Smithsonian onlan Insti Institute ln imtitute tl tltute ¬
tute and sow aw the hides hid and pelts s rant rantover nt ntover ntoer
over from Africa by Roosevelt Roo evelt It was wasa u ua
a great line of stuff I always admired admiredRooeevelt admiredRoosevelt admiredRoosevelt
Roosevelt He is a blunt outspoken fellow fel fellow fellow ¬
low and never beats around the bush bushHe bu bushfie h hlfe
He uses ue good judgment and strikes strikesfrom atrikefrom strikesfrom
from the shoulder shoulderSees shoulderSees boulderSees
Sees Money Made MadeI
I wont to the building bulkliB < < where theymake they theymake tbeTmake
make tko paper money 3Cy friend Ab Abdul Abdui Abdul ¬
dul the Turk looks looksthe the toughest tou < < and so somost 80moet enmost
most of the people there mistook him himfor hImtor himfor
for me Everybody seemed to todl8cover todl8coverancl discover discoveris discoverand
is and they stopped ped work for min mlnui mtnto minto
ui to give us a greeting xre t1nc A woman womanloM womantold womantold
told me that her fourteenyearold rou nY d boy boywas boywa boywas
was wa a boxer and a crank about m mand meo meoand meand
and he hoped he would grow up to toas lx lxas beas >
as good a fighter They treated us usroyally usrorallY usroyally
royally rorallY This certainly is a grand town townI tQWUmet
I met Senator Nixon He is a grand grandfellow grandfellow grandfellow
fellow I had met him before at the theringside therin theringside
ringside rin e in Nevada Nevadamany NevadaIPs NevadaI
IPs I n awful nice tX to be reoelYecl by eo eomanY soninny
many big 01 people I saw everybody of ofnote ofnote ofnote
note but Taft Taft t I had a great time here hereand hereand hereand
and would like to stay two weeks weeksSorry wflekssorry weekssorry
Sorry I did not see Taft Im coming comingback comingbck comingback
back some time lust to meet the bunch bunchup bunchup bunchuD
up on Capitol CapltolHUI CapltolHUIWILL HilL HilLWILL HillWILL
WILL MEET TONIGHT TONIGHTNortheast TONIGHTNortheast TONIGHTNortheast
Northeast Council National Union Unionwill Unionwill Unionwill
will meet tonight at 1121 H street streetnortheast atreEtnortheast streetnortheast
northeast
iLODSEm HOTEL HOTELTablet HOTELALLOr HOTELTablet
RLODGETTSCONGRESSI
ALLOr CONGRESTablet CONGRES CONGRESSIHOTEL
Tablet to Mark Site of Tem Temporary Temporary TernP ¬
porary P Quarters ofLegislature of ofLegislature ofLegislature
LegislatureTw Legislature
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Two Tw aranse tablets Llsieu marking kIag h hfcrtprical hfcrtpricalpot tOrlcal tOrlcalspots
spots pot in Washington will be placed on onthe onthe onthe
the extwtor ex of the Unit United States Land LandOffice LandottIee LandOtSee
Office occupying oceu the block bounded bo Dded by byB byE byE
E and F and Saventh and Eighth streets streetenorthwvat aUeetsQOrtb streetsnorthwest
northwest northwvatOne QOrtb QOrtbOne northwestOne
One of tb these 0 tablets tabl will be placed on ontbeX onthe onthel
thel tbeX the E street atte of the bufWloE to tomark tomark tomark
mark the J4te lte of the Blodgett City CityHotel CityHotel
Hotel which was famous throughout throughoutthe
the nation a century ago agoThe apTbe agoThe
The other will be placed oa the Sev Seventh Sn Snear 1 1eath F ¬
enth street side Id e of O the building bulJ tng near neari ear F Fstreet Fmeet
street It will serve to mark markof the site siteof sUeot i
of the first teJe telegraph aph office established ostabllrtiedby
by Samuel Morse for the inventor Inventor of the thistelegraph
telegraph I i > 1iin i iiti iitiIn
telegraphHall Hall of CenSrcas CenSrcasIn CD
In the old barnlike building known for fora
a period as Btodgetfs City Hotel was waslocated waslocated waslocated
located at various time the Fedftral FedftralPostofflce lI6lwaltftee DederatPostotfce
Postofflce tftee Department the elty post postoffioe postomce postoffoe
offioe the fruited UnltedStatN States Patent Office Officethe OCftcethe Officethe
the bureau of military supplies Stlpp besides besidessetring be besidesserving kles
serving as a temporary hall for Congrm Con Concress Cons
cress s when In 1814 British soldiers soldiersconstructed soldiersburned oIdlflrllbIarmId
burned the Capitol The btJcJl building Wd Wdoonatruclfd wasconstructed
constructed although not completed eom id by bySamuel b bSamuel bySamuel
Samuel Blodgett a Philadelphian He Heintended HeiDteDded Heintended
intended the building to serve as a agreat apeat agreat
great national hotel and Del expected ex ted to topay topay tona
pay for It from the revenues of oftional x na national B Btlonal ¬
tional lottery he conducted bttt which whichwas whichaa ankhwas
was aa not a financial successWork success successWork ueceuWork
Work of construction was commenced commencedin
in 1711 but it was not fully completed completeduntil compietedJPW completeduntil
until WO 181 when it was purchased by the theGovernment theGovemmeDt theGovetmnent
Government for the Postofflce Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment and as the home of the other otheroffices ocheromc otheroffices
offices omc mentioned mentionedRebuilt mentionedRebtillt mentionedRebuilt
Rebuilt After 1836 1836The 1836The 3836The
The British BrItI soldiers after burning busingthe burningthe bu buthe
the Capitol attempted at mpted to destroy dlro this thisKtuMtaf th thlbuktm thisIbuiding
KtuMtaf lbuktm but were ere driven away away It wjis wjishowever wia wiabow wpshowever
however bow evei almost totally destroyed by byfire bytire byfire
fire in 1838 and a year later at < < Congress Congressappropriated CongTeMappropdted Congressacted
appropriated sufficient money moDe to con construct C obnstruct Ja Jatrud ¬
struct a modern building on Its site sitewhich attewhich sitewhich
which served as the national and city citypostofflce cltypo citypostoffloe
postofflce po tomce In lSS 1856 the structure wa waadded WU WUadded wadadded
added to so as to take in the entire entireThe entireblock entireTh
block blockThe
The Th building nwae hi which the first tolgnphe tele telegraphwas telesraPft ¬
graphwas sraPft gnphe waa established estabU ed was one of three threeframe threeframe threeframe
frame structures near F street streetenth on Sev Seventh Se Seenth ¬
enth street Henry DoWno Dolllnger who is isstill III8tlll
still alive and a reeHJent rEl6 eot of mash Washing Washington ing ington ¬
ton was employed by Morse to fit up upthe upthe upthe
the second floor of the middle building buildingto
to serve as the telegraph tete < < raph office officeThe octkeTbe officeThe
The first message ever the wire 1re was wassent WUaent wassent
sent from that office to the end of the thewire thewire thewire
wire in Baltimore in 1846 It Is the thecontention thecomenUOn thecontention
contention of historians that thatis thb office officewas otAoeMt ottoeWas
was set up and at first maintained at atthe atthe atthe
the expense expen e of the United States Government Gov Govenucent GoT8rnmeDt
8rnmeDtACCIDENT enucent ernmentACCIDENT enucentACCIDENT
ACCIDENT VICTIMS VICTIMSFUNERAL VICTIMSFUNERAL VICTIMSFUNERAL
FUNERAL ARRANGED ARRANGEDFuneral
Funeral services errtee for William H HJerguson H7eraru80p HFerguson
Ferguson who was wa killed In an auto automobile automobile uto utomobUe ¬
mobile accident 4eDt Saturday tUMaY night will winbe willbe willbe
be held at 2tt It oclock Wednesday Wednesdayafternoon Wednesdayafternoon edneedayatternooa
afternoon at the residence of his hisdaughter hi hidaugbter hisdaughter
daughter Mrs E 3C Seaman S17 S17Eighth 811Eighth 617Eighth
Eighth street cr t northeast Burial win vrillbe winbe willbe
be made in 1 Congressional Cemetery CemeteryMr CeJlHtteryr
Mr r Ferguson was riding In an auto automobile automobile automobile ¬
mobile driven by his hi son Osmum < > atum For Forguson F Forguson r rguIMI1
guson when the machine skidded at atthe attbe atthe
the intersection of New York and andFlorida aDdFlorida andFlorida
Florida avenues Vf > nues northeast nolth t and Ad cra craeel crashed crash crashed ¬
ed into a tre tree His ro skull wag crushed crushedagainst cruSD cruSDagainst crushedagainst
against the top of the auto autoIs autoHoods autoHoods
Hoods HoodsI HoodsSarsapariHa
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Is Islrhe the specific remedy remedyfor for that thattired thattired thattired
tired feeling so common in inthe inthe inthe
the spring or 0 upon the return returnof returnof returnof
of warm weather It purifies purifiesand purifiesand purifiesand
and enriches the blood bloodGet
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tablets called Sarsatabs 1OO 2 Doses D SI l
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and soundness in quicker time and andat andat andat
at smaller cost than any dentist in inWashington inWashington inWashington
Washington and I guarantee guaran ea every
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FEDERAL BUILDING AT SEVENTH AND E STREETS NORTHWEST NORTHWEST ON E STREET SIDE FORMERLY FORMERLYSTOOD FORMERLYSTOOD FORMERLYSTOOD
STOOD BLODGETTS CITY HOTEL WHERE CONGRESS MET IN 1814 ON SEVENTH STREET STREETSIDE STREETSIDE STREETSIDE
SIDE WAS MORSES FIRST TELEGRAPH OFFICE
JUVENILE ACTORS ACTORSSCORE ACTORSSCORE ACTORSSCORE
SCORE TRIUMPH TRIUMPHDancing TRIU1iPHDancing TRIUMPHDancing
Dancing School Pupils Applauded Applaudedat
at May Carnival in Colum Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
bia Theater TheaterHoward Thc TheaterHoward ter terHOVMtd
Howard Lesley Holt and several score scoreof 80018ot seersof
of his little ± tUe dancing pupils are receiv receiving recelvIng recelying ¬
ing congratulations grAtulat1on today toda upon the s sJ sJccul sue sueceseful o oeessful
eessful presentation pre entatlon of their May M Car Carnival CaralvaI Carnival ¬
nival in which the little actors receiv received recelveit recelycd ¬
ed the t be plaudits of an at overflow audience audienceat
at the Columbia Theater TheaterThe TheaterThe TheaterThe
The carnival consisted of an enter entertaining entertaJnlng entertaining ¬
taining assortment nt of 0 music mu lc character charactersongs ebrctelSODP charactersongs
songs dancing and skits in which the theJuvenile thejuvenile thejuvenile
Juvenile participants prdetp8 nt worked with the theconfidence theconAdence theconfidence
confidence and skill of more mature matureyears matureears matureyears
years yearsAroonp yearsAmong ears earsUDoa
Among UDoa the auinb mUB number oc rs that made a hit hltfwith hitwith hitwith
with the U large audience was I Want to tobe tobe tobe
be a Cupid by Dorothy Reeder Is IsThat IsThat IsThat
That So by Madeline Collins and ftd the theItocip theP4 theAeelpe
Itocip P4 of Love the th Hitter tter presented presentedby
by twelve pupils pupHeAll pupllAJI pupilsAll
All the song ware composed by Mr
Holt La Carme CarnvKjdta cfta a classical classicaldance cl8aelcaldance classicaldance
dance taken from from Carmen armen was gracefully grace gracefully gracefUll ¬
fully fUll portrayed by little Mass Rosemary
Rae Rite More ore than a half hundred other otherlads otherlad others
lads lad s and misses contributed to the sue success sueCeM suecees ¬
cess of the carnival which ended the thecurrent theourrent theourrent
ourrent season or Prof Pro Holts School SchoolRAMBLERS SchooLRAMBLERS SchoolRAMBLERS
RAMBLERS CLUB CLUBLONDONS CLUBLONDONS CLUBLONDONS
LONDONS LATEST LATESTLONDON LATESTLONDON LATESTI
I LONDON NDON May 23 The The latest of the theseveral thesoveral theseveral
several new and original clubs Is the theRamblers theRamblers theRamblers
Ramblers Club whose who e distinctive features fea features teetures ¬
tures will be exclusiveness and econ economy economy economy ¬
omy omyIt omyIt omyIt
It is something In tho style of the theAmerican t11eAmerican theAmerican
American Country Club v with th country countryquarters countryquarters countryquarters
quarters at Bushey nfteeu miles out outof outot outof
of town townThe townThe townThe
The club subscription Is the modest modestone mod modestone l lone
one of two guineas 11064 1050 for which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the members will gt 1 v opportunities opportunitiesfor
for Indulging in All kinds of sport sportriding sportriding
1 riding driving motoring boating boatingyachting boatingaohtlng boatingyaobUng
yachting fishing golf tennis archery archeryracing archeryracing archeryracing
racing etc Both men and women womenwlilbe womenwI womenwill
wlilbe wI will be eligible for membership membershipOnly membershipOnly membershipOnly
Only eight 6 S days left lettAdvt AdvL
POLICE ARE DEFIED DEFIEDBY DEFIEDBY DEFIEDBY
BY SYRIAN LEPER LEPERAfraid LEPERAfraid LEPERAfraid
Afraid to Touch Tou h Him They Fear Fearto FearI Fearto
I to Attempt to Stop His HisEscape HisEscape HisEscape
Escape EscapeNORTH EscapeNORTH EscapeNORTH
NORTH ADAMS D I5 MRSSL 1UiB May fay fayJob 23 23Joha 22John
Job Anthony who came to this t Is ooua oouatry COuntry oountry
try six years eas ago from Syta Sit a and ad has hasbeen hasbMn hasbeen
been In this t lll city nine months has just
learned that he is i a leper l leper r He is un undEr ¬
der police guard at t his home but hastoll has hastokl as astod
toll the police boldly that he will willescape w1l1escape willescape
escape if possible possibleDr po ibla iblaDr
Dr John R Hovie chairman of the
local board of health says there Is no nodoubt
doubt that Anthony Anthon has genuine lep leprosy 18pro leprosy ¬
rosy ro y The police are afraid to touch touchas touchthEt touchthe
the man and ad are 8 In a quandary today tcldyas
as to just what they would do if he hemade hemade hemade
made a break for liberty libertySNOW libertySNOW libertySNOW
SNOW IN NEW MEXICO MEXICOAIiBUQUERQUE AIEXICOALBUQUERQUE MEXICOALBUQi7ERQ
ALBUQUERQUE N M May 28 28of 21No a aNortheastern
No Northeastern e t1l Ne Mexico 18 In the grip gripof
of a heavy snowstorm The storm is iscentered iscentered Iscentered
centered at Folsora It is feared a lose loseof 10eeof icesof
of live stock win result
WARTIME FRIEND FRIENDROOSEVELTS
ROOSEVELTS HOSI HOSIBriton HOS HOSBatons 1I
Britons Impetuous Act i at atEl atEI atEl
El Caney CaneyCommended Commended Commendedby
by Colonel ColonelLO7TOON colonelLODON olonelL
LO7TOON L < Slay la 2STaeod 2L 2Lvelt zaIbeodore Boom Boomvolt Rovetvelt
velt ended his brief vaoatten today aad aadbecame aadbeCAme andbecame
became the guest of Lieut eel Arthur ArthurHamilton ArtlwrHamJtton ArthurHamilton
Hamilton Lee formerly military attache attacheat
at Washln Washington ton and civil elYI110rd lord of thead theadmiralty tbe ad admiralty ¬
miralty under Premier Balfour BsJCourReturning BaUourRcturnhu BalfourReturning
Returning from Wrest Park theconn theconntry thecountry heCOtlDtrY
try home of Ambassador Reid where wherethey wherethey
they the spent the weekend the te party was wastaken wall1ken wastaken
taken to the Lee home at It if Chesterfield Chesterfieldstreet Cheeterflekdstreet
street Mayfif MayfifBehind MayfairBehind tIayfa1rBeblnd
Behind the meeting today todyth there < < e Is a abit abit abit
bit of picturesque history of the theSpanishAmerican theSpartlahAmerican MSpa1W1hAmerlean
SpanishAmerican war Detailed to togo togo toho
go to Cuba Lieutenant Lieutenant L1 colonel Lee Leethen Leethen
then a captain was present at the battie bat battle ¬
tie of July 1 before Santiago There h hperformed he heperformed heperformed
performed a highly indiscreet lBdI ereet act but butone hutone butone
one which wl > 1fh won for him the friendship Uleo sblp of ofTheodore OCTheodore ofTheodore
Theodore Roosevelt RooseveltAll RooseveltAll
All th the officers of a company of ta infntz tafantrr iafmm
fantrr fntz wore re hit and the company CCNftIDynCede4 was wasneeded wasneeded
needed in a charge up the hill at XI XIOoney Elconey t1 t1nev
coney nev Lee L < e led the charge ch chargean rKeen an mtrar out outroUff mtrareotw
tour flauntinc untlnr of aeatrali neutrality r But ae ke keprivatel heprivately e eomately
privately explained afterward some
Ix bod body > dy had to o do ItThe It Iti ItTb8
i The story ator stuck to Lee though h not notI DOttaKen
I taken cognizance of officially and a cl1D8de made madem
him m such g hero that oa his return r turn to
England he was elected to t paritement IB
3 LQJS L ° 08
08Colonel
Colonel Lee is s al also o noted as a a hunterand hunterand hunter hunterand
and the two men dtecuesed exploits ts in inthe inthe inthe
the field todayThe today todayThe todaYThe
The principal event arranged ed tod today y for torr
Mr r Roosevelt was the luncheon given Iven
hrjr Lord LonedeJe lAn daJe the guests invited In Including ineluding ¬
eluding R J Caaninshant Cuu nbm Graham Seth
Bullock and a few friends Ir1 of Mr Rose Kooeevelt RooHv
velt veltPATRIOTS v ve lt ltPATRIOTS t tPATRIOTS
PATRIOTS GRAVES GRAVESTO
TO BE DECORATED DECORATEDMembers
Members of the various Irish societies societiesin
in the District in accordance with their theirannual thefrDDUAI theirannul
annual custom will conduct memorial memorialservice memor1a1servicc memorialservices
service at Mt Olivet Cemetery next nextSunday nextSuoday nextSunday
Sunday atte afternoon These services have heD bavebeen havebeoa
been D GB held every ev ri year since nee the close of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the civil war A general ommlttee c > of orIDEJmbel1
49 nwmberF win HI be in charjr cbargsThe j jThe
The n graves of Irish patriots soldiers soldiersand fiOld1e fiOld1eand soldiersand
and sailor i will w l be decorated with withwreathes wJthwreat1tes withwreathes
wreathes of flowers wers as well ae with withAmerican withAmerican 1t 1tomedcan
American floes Prior to the decorating decoratinga
a 1 brief religious service will be held heldThe heldThe heldThe
The principal ceremear win be held heldat heldat heldat
at the th Krare of Thomas Darin Relllr
The orator for the occasion oco > ton has au not been beenselected beenselected I IeJected
selectedSPAIN selected selectedSPAIN i iSPAIN
SPAIN WANTS INQUIRY INQUIRYMADRIT i iMADRIT i idADRIT
MADRIT May 23 3TIae 3 The Spanish Spaniskovernment Spanlskgovenullelt Spanishgovernma
govenullelt governma overnment it has It is said 1 decided ed to toi
i demand a fresh tre h inquiry into latotbe the cause cau cauof
I of the h Maine disaster if the wreck of of ofthe
1 the battleship 1ItUe hlp te raised raJ ed I
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Nall N all the history of the e world W ld th there4L there thereis re reI reIS
I 4L I is IS no other story like this one onedie onethe onethe
the story of the most compreheri compreheriswe comprehensive
sive swe s ve and farreaching farr ching scheme of ben benevo benevolence benevoIence vo vok volance ¬
lance ever conceived eonc ived m in in the mind of f manIt man manIt manIt
k
It started more than half a century centuryago century centuryago centuryado
ago in a shabby boarding house in inCleveland inCleveland inCleveland
I Cleveland When the public heard of it itthe itthe
the other day it was calledi called calledl
Is q1e l e Rockefeller F Foundation FoundationHE undatio undatioI undatioT
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i HE first authentic account of this stupendous charity is isgiven isgiven
T 1 given in MUNSETS MAGAZINE for JUNE Thearticle The Thearticle Thearticle
article was prepared under Mr Rockefellers Rock feller9s personal personalsupervision personalc personalsupervision
c supervision f fsupervision and places the purposes and scope of the Foun Foundation F Foundation oun oundat ¬
dation dat on before the thepublic public in authoritative form formHow formHow farmHow
How the dream originated in in n the mind of a lad 9 whosewage whose whosewage whosewage
wage was sixty cents a day paying a dollar a week for room roomand room roomand roomand
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and meals mealshoT how how it grew through fifty years of patient toil and anddeep
9 deep thinking thinkinghow how it became beca ne the crowning achievement of a agreat agreat agrew
great wman mans s life Iifeall all these furnish material for a factstory fact story that thatreads thatreads thatreads
reads like some page page from the life of Aladdin AladdinIL AladdinMOOSEY
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