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tn THE WASHINGTON TIMES TIMESFRIDAY FRIDAY MAY 27 1910
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FRIDAY EVENING MAY AY 27 7 1910 1910Comparative 1910Comparative 1910Comparative
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NEW DEPARTMENTS ARE CRE CREATED CREA CREATED ¬
ATED A TED SLOWLY SLOWLYDiscussion SLOWLYDiscussion Y YDiscWsion
Discussion concerning the abolish abolishment abo1ishment abolishmerit ¬
ment of the Interior Department and andthe andtIle andtile
tIle creation of a Health Department Departmentis
is interesting int resting and ultimately the one onewill onewiU onewifl
will probably be done away awa with and andthe andtbe andthe
the other formed but just at this time timethe timet timethe
the t he beginning and ending of the two twoprojects twoprujects twoprojects
projects is discussion only The Gov Government Govtrnment Coyernment ¬
ernment moves with extreme slowness slownessand slownassand slownessand
and great caution in making changes changessf changessuch
sf I such importance in its establish establishment establishmente establishment ¬
ment Witness the Department Dcp rtment of ofCommerce ofCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce and Labor formed only onlyafter onlyafter onlyafter
after years of agitation and the new newBureau ncWBureau newBureau
Bureau of Mines created only after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the United States had become beco e the thescandal thescandal thescandal
scandal of the civilized c ilized world for its itsmine itsmine itsmine
mine disasters disastersJt
It is true that the Interior Depart Department Department Departinent ¬
ment has outlived its usefulness and andshould andshould andshould
should be reorganized if not abolished abolishedIt
It was created to have charge of the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public lands and Indian affairs To Toit Toit Toit
it was also added jurisdiction over a amiscellaneous amisceJIaneou8 amiscellaneous
miscellaneous array of public work workmost vorkmost ork orkmost
most of which has since been turned turnedover turnedoer turnedover
over to the Department of Commerce Commerceand Cmmcrceand Commerceand
and Labor or is now of such character characterthat characterthat characterthat
that it could be better handled h under undera
a department of public works worksThe worksThe worksThe
The proposed health department will willprobably willprobably willprobably
probably come eventually although it ittoo ittoo itthe
too will be slow in arriving The Thevarious Thearious Thevarious
various bureaus now engaged in work workconcerning wCorkconcerning wcrkconcerning
concerning the public health are firmly firmlyrooted firml firmlrooted firmlyrooted
rooted in the various rious departments dep rtments and andcannot andcannot andcannot
cannot be easily transferred In fact factgreat factgreat factgreat
great care would have to be exercised exercisedin
in moving them to make certain they theydid theydid theydid
did not lose any of their efficiency efficiencyIt
It may be desirable and even im imperative imperative imperative ¬
perative that th t these reforms be ef effected effected effected ¬
fected but we may IDa rest assured that thatplentyof thatpientyof t tplentyof
plentyof time for discussion and con consideration consideration consideration ¬
sideration of plans will elapse before beforethey beforethey beforethey
they are accomplished accomplishedTHE accomplishedTHE accomplishedTHE
THE SMALLEST THING YET YETSEEN YETSEEN YETSEEN
SEEN BY EYE EYEIt EYEIt EYEIt
It was almost certain to be a pro professor professor professor ¬
fessor of the University of Chicago Chicagowho Chicagowho Chicagowho
who finally succeeded in catching the theelusive theelusive theelusive
elusive ion and stopping him bimlong long enough enoughfor enoughfor I Ifor
for a bunch of brother scientists to see seehim seehim seehim
him through a microscope Such start startling startling start1mg ¬
ling diseoveries are always made out outthere outtherewhich outtherewhich
there therewhich which causes one to suspect suspectthat suspectthat suspectthat
that Mr Rockefeller has either turned turnedhis turnedhis turnedhis
his monopolistic tendencies to the theaccumulation theaccumulation theaccumulation
accumulation of the visible supply of ofhighbrows ofhighbrows ofhighbrows
highbrows at the Windy City school schoolor
or has hired the best press agent that thathas thathas thathas
has yet et been developed by this age in inwhich inwhjh inwhich
which publicity seems to be the car cardinal cardinal cardinal ¬
dinal necessity of success successProf successProf successProf
Prof MHiken has not only caught caughtan
an ion but he has held him suspended suspendedin
in space for a period of an hour or ormore ormore ormore
more impaled upon an electric spark sparkAn sparkAn sparkAn
An ion understand is no small pump pumpkin pumpkin pumpkin ¬
kin in elect science or rather it is isthe isthe isthe
the smallest pumpkin known Its Itssmaller Itssmaller Itssmaller
smaller than a molecule smaller than thana
a particle smaller than the ham in a alunchcounter alunchcounter alunchcounter
lunchcounter sandwich smaller then thenthe ili1the thz n nthe
the public policy of the Washington WashingtonGas
Gas Light Company Companyits its only one oneonethousandth oneonethousandth oneonethousandth
onethousandth as big as an atom atom in inspite inspite inspite
spite of the long words necessary to todescribe todescribe todescribe
describe it itAll itII itAll
All hail Prof MHlikenl 1 True hes hesnot hesnot hesnot
not the original discoverer Two or orthree orthree orthree
three others before him have known knownthere knownthere knownthere
there were such things tlilngsas as ions and andhave andhac andhave
have even seen them chase each other otherthrough otherthrough otherthrough
through airtubes from one electric field fieldto fieldto fieldto
to another but to Prof Milliken must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be given g en credit for stopping the tiny tinysubstance tinysubstance tinysubstance
substance en transit holding it aloft aloftand aloftand aloftand
and applying the glass to see what sort sortof sortof sortof
of stuff its made of He hasnt yet et re reported reo reoported reported ¬
ported definitely definitel on that and until he hedoes liedoes hedoes
does an anxious public will hold itself itselfin itselfin itselfin
in impatient restraint yearning for fortho fortho forthe
tho day da when it will know just why whyand wh whand whyand
and wherefore the little ion is isA is isA IsA
A HANDSOME ENDOWMENT ENDOWMENTFOR
FOR PRINCETON PRINCETONThe PRINCITONThe
The alumni of Princeton University Universitytogether Universit Universittogether Universitytogether
together with its friends in general generalare
are delighted at the announcement of ofa ofa ofa
a bequest of 10000000 IO ooooO which has hasbeen hasJcen hasbeen
been made to that historic seat of oflearning oflearning oflearnitg
learning The benefactor is Isaac C CWyman CVyman CWyman
Wyman of Salem Mass ass who wasgraduated wasgrad was wasgraduated
graduated grad tinted from the university more morethan marcthun morethan
than half a century ago and during all allthese al1these allthese
these years has had two dominant dominantpassions dominantpassionshis dominantpassionshis
passions passionshis his alma mater and the theacquisition theacquisition theacquisition
acquisition of real estate So wisely wiselyhas wiselyhas isoly isolyhas
has he handled the latter that he has hasbeen hasbe hasbeen
been able e > l to place the former ner almost almostI
1
in the frontrank fro frontj t nk of endowed eI mwod institu institutions inStitutions institutions ¬
tions in this country Mr Wymanvwho Wymanvwhowas W manwho manwhowas
was very muc much of ft t recluse r clu e owned a agreat agreat agreat
great deal of property Hot only in inBoston inBoston inBoston
Boston but in oyery State of the theUnion thoUnion theUnion
Union and in at least one or two for foreign or oreign orolga ¬
eign countries HisnfeoeiB ills niece is his lis sole sur surviving surriving surviving ¬
viving rolative The income from a afixed afbcd afied
fixed sum of money is left to her dur during duroing during ¬
ing her lifo jib after which together togetherwith togetherwith togethervitlt
with tho bulk of the estate it goes goesto goesto goesto
to the Graduate School of Princeton PrincetonThe PrincetonThe PrincetoziThe
The university at present has in incomeyielding incomeielding incomeyielding ¬
comeyielding funds amounting to
4168900 4168900 and this income together togetherwith togotl1erwith togothrwith
with the tuition and other charges chargesamounted chargesamounted ha ges gesamounted
amounted last your car to 600000 The Thetheological Thetheological Thatheological
theological seminary seminar so far as finan financial llnncial flnancml ¬
cial matters are concerned is a sep separate scparate separate ¬
arate institution and has an endow endowment ondowment endowmont ¬
ment of 3000000 The total endow endowment onuovment endowment ¬
ment will wHlJ therefore bo b nearlytrebled nearlytrebledby neady tr trebled trebledby bled bledby
by the Wyman bequest bequestThere boqU 5t 5tThere st stThere
There are ar still many American n uni universities 3fluiversitios ni niversitioa ¬
versities which far surpass Princeton Princetonin
in wealth CAlth and efforts effortsto to bring the total totalendowment totalendowment totalendowment
endowment to 20000000 would d moot mootwith m meetwith et etwith
with warm support Columbia with withits withits withits
its allied colleges lays lay claim to 20 26iooooO
700000 Girard has 23800000 Leland LelandStanford LcT Lelszidtanford nd ndftanford
Stanford Jr rJ has 18000000 and the theUniversity theUnivorsity theUnivorsity
Univorsity of Chicago Chio go 15000000 15000000Yale 15000000Yale 15000000Yale
Yale Cornell and Pennsylvania al although ale alethough although ¬
though usually regarded as wealthy wealthyfull we ltltyfRn
full far behind with 10500000 10500000SS00000
8800000 and 5200000 respectively respectivelyThe reapecthelThe
The present endowment should give givePrinceton givel givelrinceton
Princeton l > a new impetus and console consoleit
I it for some of the endowments it has hasmissed hasmi8sed hasmiesed
missed missedRETIREMENT mi8sedRETIREMENT miesedRETIREMENT
RETIREMENT OF CIVIL JvM JvMPLOYES PMPLOYES FMPLOYES
PLOYES OF GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENTThe
The movement for the inauguration of ofa ofit ofa
a it plan for the th retirement of employes employesof
of the civil service has been given givenmarked givenmarked givenmarked
marked impetus by the advocacy of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the compulsory savings system by b the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President and his Cabinet With rith thu theAdministration thuAdministmtion thuAdministration
Administration the Civil Service Com Commission Cmmission om ommission ¬
mission the Congressional Co cseionAI Committees Committeeson
on Reform in the Civil Service and the theemployes theemployes theemployee
employes themselves them6elcs25000 25000 of thorn thornpulling tbompulling thempulling
pulling together toget er for the reform it looks looksnow looksnow looksnow
now as if t the e chances of getting the thenceeseary thenecessary j jnecessary
necessary legislation were excellent e excellentOne eellcnt eellcntOne j jOne
One of the most encouraging o features featuresof
of the present movement is the ap apparent apeptLrent apparent
parent unanimity unanimit of opinion of all in interests int6losts inthrusts ¬
thrusts concerned as to what t sort of a aretirement aretirement aretirement
retirement system should be estab established establis estblished ¬
lished lis ed Sentiment seems m5 to be cen centered centered centered ¬
tered on the compulsory savings S vinSS plan planwhereby plnhercb pleawhereby
whereby hercb th the employee will ill furnish furnishtheir iurnishthcir furnishtheir
their own retirement annuities All Allpossible Ailpossible Allpossible
possible methods of providing for re retirement reo reotirement retirement ¬
tirement have B ve bee beeR a considered and all allhave allhae allhave
have been discarded di as impractical ex except except except ¬
cept that t under which deductions deductioosare deductioosaremade are aremade aremade
made from each employes monthly monthlypay
pay p kept ia a separate fund to that thatemployes thtemployos thatemployss
employes credit and paid to him as an anannuity anannuity anannuity
annuity when he reaches reeeh e the age ot otretirement otretirement otretirement
retirement or returned rot urnoo to him intact intactin
in case c he quits the service before that tbattime tltattime thattime
time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The only OBI provision over which there thereis
is very muck chance of serious conten contention contention coatentiun ¬
tion is that which w ieh creates annuities annuitiesfor
for those who have already reached the theage theage theage
age of retirement or who will reach rc h it itsoon itrSoon itoon
soon oon The plan under consideration considerationwhich conside11ltiouhich eonsiderztioawhich
which hich is embodied in the Gillott bill billnow billBO billnow
now BO before the House contemplates contemplatesthe
the payment of these annuities from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Federal Treasury It is estimated estimatedthat estimAtedtbat estimatedthat
that this expense to the Government Governmentwill
will amount to perhaps 50000000 60000000spread 50000000j 50000000spread
j spread over a period of thirty or forty fortyyears fortyCftrs fortyyears
years Cftrs Justification for this expendi expenditure c expendituro penditure ¬
ture is found in the fact that the loss lossto 1056to lossto
to the Government from superannua superannuation s superannuntion rannua rannuation ¬
tion is estimated at 400000 400000 a year yearin yearin yearin
in the District of Columbia alone aloneTho aloneThe aloneThe
The estimate of 50000000 50000000 OOOOOO as the theoutside theoutside theoutside
outside expense to the Government is ismade ismade ismade
made on the whole civil service while whilethe whilethe whilethe
the Gillett bill as it stands provides providesthat providC5that providesthat
that tha retirement system shall apply appl3only applonly applyonly
only to employes in the District of ofColumbia otColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia The intention Lf to try the theplan theplan theplan
plan out here If it works it can easily easilyue easilyoxtunded
ue e extended to include all employes emplo es in inthe intbe inthe
the classified service serviceFrom serviceFrom serviceFrom
From the standpoints sta1dpoi ts or the needs needsof needsof needsof
of the service and the rights of em employes cmployes ¬
ployes the retirement system should shouldcommend shouldcommend shouldcommend
commend itself to Congress We Ve have havebeen rnLeheon havebeen
been terribly slow in getting started startedin
in this reform It is to be hoped that thatat thatat thatat
at this late day no further delay will willbe willDO willbe
be encountered encounteredSIGNIFICANT cncounteredSIGNIFICANT encounteredSIGNIFICANT
SIGNIFICANT EXPRESSION OF OFGREAT OFGREAT OFGREAT
GREAT CHURCH CHURCHIt
It is significant that the Presbyterian Presbyterianchurch Presbyterianchurch Presbyterianchurch
church should go on record rec rd so em emphatically emphatically cmphatically ¬
phatically as it has on the question of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the treatment of Jews by b Russia RussiaThe RussiaThe RussiaThe
The action indicates the early arrival arrivalof
of tho day of absolute religious toler tolerance toleranco toleranco ¬
anco in Amerlea and also the extent extentto
to which the Jewish outrages have havestirred havestirrer havestirred
stirred humanity The General Assem Assembly Assembly Assembly ¬
bly of the Presbyterian Church now now in insession inscssion insession
session at Atlantic City adopted adoptedunanimously adoptedunanimously adoptedunanimously
unanimously this resolution embody embodying embodying embodying ¬
ing its opinion of Russias attitude attitudetoward attitudetoward attitudetoward
toward the Jew JewIn JewIn JewIn
In the name of humanity and and In the thename theI thename
name of him whq pitied the persecuted persecutedthe
I the General Asscnbly of the Presby Presbyterian PresbyI Presbyterian ¬
terian Church or the United States of ofAmerica otAmerica ofAmerica
I America lifts Its voice llce In protest against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the wrongs inflicted upon the Jewish Jewishpeople Jcwlshpeople 3cwlsbpeople
people of Russia which arc an offense offenseto
to the conscience ot Christendom Espe Especially Especially Espedaily ¬
cially does it protest against the recent recentedict recentedict recentedict
edict commanding the expulsion of the theJews theJ theJews
Jews J ws in KlefC At the same rime me the theassembly theassemblydesires theassembly
assembly assemblydesires desires to express its Christian Christiansympathy Christiansympathy ChrisUansympathy
sympathy with the cruel suffering of the therace therace therace
race from which according to the flesh fleshChrist fleshChrist fleshChrist
Christ came cameIt cameIt cameIt
It ia reported that up to Wednesday Wednesdayevening Wednesdayevenin Wednesdayevening
evening evenin g 300 Jewish JeW 5h families had been beendriven beendriven beendriven
driven out of Kieff as a result of the therecent therecent therecent
recent order of expulsion They are arethe arethe I
the poorest p est classes and must i iVConfo conform ± izi J JI Jt
I
t
to the provisions of the original order orderof orderof orderof
of segregation segregationDr s gation rcgationDr gationDr
Dr Lange na nay lk know how to manu manufacture manufacture manufacturo ¬
facture sliver out ut of the base metals metalsbut metalbut metalsbut
but h b i slew the goose that 1W the thogolden thegolden thegolden
golden egg g when ben h be let Ie the fumes 1utit of his hisexperiment h1oxperJmont hisexperiment
experiment kill his financial backer backerWhy backer1Yhy hackerWhy
Why all thte surprise e because bee Now NowJersey NtVJer50 NtwJersey
Jersey Jer50 has J a twoheaded turtle In that thatState thatState thatState
State they have hydraheaded mwiui mwiuitoes 11 no 081UI 081UIt006 1ui 1uitoes
toes toesA
A Kentucky woman shot her husband husbandand husbandand husbandand
and her cook Probably toe much trou trouble trouble trouble ¬
ble to fire the cook or to get a divorce divorceThe dlorceThe divorceThe
The trouble about a lot of submarines submarinesis
is that when they go under they wont wontcome wontcome Ontcome
come up again aplnlhe againThe x xThe
The Presidents Pr ent traveling trav ftg expenses expensesseem expo exposoom expons exponsseem
seem to be bold up on a aklhig aklhigOne MIllgOno sMtngOne
One would hardly call the sugar case casea
a sweet morsei morseiPalladlnojj m01 m01Palladino moieiPaiIaL1ino
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I I In IntheMailBag the Mail Bag BagWomen I 1Women
Women and Ballots BallotsTo
To the Editor of T The i Washington Times TimesJust Tin TinJust
Just a few Ce words for the tbedI Mall Bag K of ofyour QCyour ofyour
your valuable alu le na paper r in reiwrd r rd to that thatdtesraceful thatdkirraceful
dtesraceful act of those political aspir aspirants upirants aspirants ¬ I
ants who a few weeks w k ago saw w fit to toInsult toInsult I IInsult
Insult our o r Chief < f Executive Honorable HonorablePresident HonorablePrtsldent HonorablePresident
President W H Taft because be told toldthm toldllulm toldthim
thm the truth For women to think thinkour thinkour thinkour
our public men are not capable to trans transacting tranIiacllnli traimacting ¬
acting the affairs of the Government Governmentwithout Govemmeatwithout Governmentwithout
without tbelr meddling is ridiculous aa aawell IIwell aswell
well as an insult to t every public otrt otrtccr otrtcer otilocr
ocr State or National I Ia their politi politically politically poilticeily ¬
cally intoxicated state they were unable unableto
to comprehend cOm c rehend their defeat at Annapolis Annapolisand AnnaPOland Annapolisand
and had the nerve to come to Washing Washington uhtftJ uhtftJton ¬
ton to invoke the sympathy of President PresidentTaft Pre PresidentTaft ldefttTaft
Taft to their way of thinking thinkingOur thtn thinkingOur inl inlOur
Our Honorable President told them thetA In iaa Ina Ina
a mild form that this Government was wasand Wlland wasand
and always would be run satisfactorily satisfactorilywithout satisfactorilywitheut UstactorilYwJthfHIt
without women OfnlWlthat that the respectable respectableelement respectableelement table tableelement
element of women as a a whole hc hole did not notwant notwant notwant
want the ballot that he was afraid the theresults theresults theresults
results of elections would largely de depend de depend dopend ¬
pend on the votes of the undesirables undesirablesif
if f women were permitted to vote etc etcTo etcfo etcTo
To show their displeasure of the Presi Presidents Presldents Presidents ¬
dents remarks they hissed his h honor honorWoman honorWoman honorWoman
Woman pretending preten inc to sot example to toothers toothers toothers
others to be responsible for such a dia diabolical diabolical diahelical ¬
bolical act ie a Khameful disgrace dbecraee The Thebetter Thett Thehotter
better tt r and more sensible element t of ofwomen ofwomen f fwo
women wo as a whole w throughout t1Uou out the thecountry tltecountry thecountry
country li IuuiIing ou tuUDft llnjc a score of prominent prominentminister protntnentm1aW prominentministers
minister m1aW of different denominations denominationshave
have voiced their t lr disapproval oftnis oftnisridiculous of this thisrkllcuiOitW thisridiculous
ridiculous political movement mov me t which is isaltogether IIIalt Isatogethnr
altogether alt ethpr out of wttonans w znans na sphere iere All Allhonor AIhonor Allhonor
honor to the mothers mot he who know and do dotheir dotMir dotheir
I Ithe
their duty by rearing their daughtersin daughtersinthe
the ways ys of domestic affairs t so wttfn wttfnthey 1fBthey ha hathey
they bectHne Or f aft they are flt and aDdhelp a ahelp ahelp
help to the average man n as a wife not nota notU
U a society JIOCIety Idlers td or political DOiI aspirants aspirantsThe lnultane asiilrantsThe
The average < e young YOU mar of today has huno hasno nasno
no no use for a wife of o such caliber Per Personally PerIIOnallY Personally ¬
sonally I am no politician with an ax axto axto axto
to ftinfi Jn1 r1ni but lake a commons COII1DIOI1RIWe nse view viewof viewof viewof
of matters in general and fail to see seehow Mehow seehow
how to purify politics D by the votes vat of ofwoman ofwoman ofwoman
woman as PY y claim claimBy claimB claimIl
By Il th 1M word onl woman omaD as I understand understandit
it It includes bchlCl aH 11 w womankind klild tne wHe wHeunwise wheeJnNifoe wtieunwise
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otherwise the th latterB vote vo would ould coast cottntas coOlltas coastas
as much as that of the highest lady lad of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the land It would He a great t harvest harvestfor barvellttor harvestfor
for thoe unwise und 1IlMk undeslrablcs JItrabl trabl and the thecrooked therooked thecrooked
crooked politlHxn who co codd ld buy bu up this tltteclass t tdoe thisclass
class doe of vote tot t any old price prlc thereby
decide the rr r ut of any eek eeldon ion In Inother Inother Inother
other words ill would depend d on the theone theone theone
one with th biggest barrel The
honest vote would not amount to much
There te not the least 1M fear however howeveof howevec howeverof
of Maryland granting rant them tbe fran franchise Iranchise ¬
chise ch 1M Not Just yet yetA yetA yetA
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than any other member of Congress CongressMembers CongressMembers I IMembers
Members of the House as a whole wholeknow wholeknow wholeknow
know the th value or newspaper space spaceand apaccand spaceand
and scores of them soc to it that their theirsecretaries tholrsooretario theirsecretaries
secretaries have a typewritten state statement statement statemeat ¬
ment of any Important step they con contemplate contemplte contemplate ¬
template This helps the Representa Representative Repr onta ontaUe ¬
tive and nd incidentally gives 108 the th corres correspondents correpondonts ¬
pondents plenty of copy copyFrederick copyFrederick copyFrederick
Frederick H Gillet of the First Mass Massachusetts Masspchuostts ¬ I IJchu
achusetts Jchu tt district scorns such methods methodsHe methodsHe
He has been een coming comln to Congress for a agood aSood agood
good many ma years y ars without attempting attempUnto
to occupy space in the newspapers l and
he hopes to keep on coming until he heAppropriations
has captured the chairmanship ot the
Appropriations AP p = aUU8 Committee but he Is not i ir
looking lookIa ftz to the tse tseanra anra newspapers to assist him himr himIt
to r realze his ambitions rs
It 18 sate to H say > that Mr Gillet bs I I1et6
lose to 8y to the newspaper corre correspondents 1
pondants than n any n other public man in Inashlngton I
Washington Yaahl r ton Correspondents Corro pondents for Mass Massachusetts MusI Massachusetta ¬
achusetts have been trotting down to to31i 1
Mr Ir GHIef office for or years No one
understands why they go there thereXl Mr I
Gillet least t of all Perhaps It te because
they hope to experience ce the most t un unusual anusual ¬
usual u sensation sens tton some day of being I
told that Mr Gillet has a piece of news
for them themPeculiarly tbemPeculiarly themPeculiarly I
Peculiarly enough Mr Gillet has a anewspaper anewspaper
newspaper man for a secretary Before
he came to Washington Wa blngton this newspaper newspaperman
man had a good nose for n new ws and h hstill he hestill
still tllI has that faculty when he h I out outside outside ¬
side the baneful influence of his emi emiployer em employer employer
ployer But the moment he hangs up
his hat in the office of the Committee Committeeon
on Reform in the Civil Service of which
Mr Gtllet Is chairman he prepares to toST togrt togreet
ST greet 11 il or his h old ° W newspaper neW8p f frJooll frJoollwtut fri friwitif ri nds ndswith
with Nothing doing the moment they
enter the room It Is in the atmosphere atmosphereSenates 2tmo atmosphereSenatesDignity pheroSenates
Senates SenatesDignity Dignity Held HeldYJT HeldW HeldHEN
YJT W HEN it comes to to Senatorial appear appearance appeara
V ance a net > bearing and dignity Sen Senator Senator Sonator ¬
ator Frazier of Tennessee comes about aboutat aboutat aboutat
at near qualifying as any an member r of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the body No o stage Senates ever ever filled filledthe SlUedthe tilledthebill
the thebill bill in more perfect detail than the theman theman theman
man from Chattanooga It Is sometimes sometimeswondered omettmeawOnderNl sometimeswondered
wondered too if he is not a bit con conscious conecIoWJ conc1ous ¬
scious of his handeon hand n showing upon uponthe upontb uponth
the tb stage < e of the lawMaking laWrt1 dng body bodySenator bodySenator bodySenator
Senator Frazier I II as tall and straight straightas t t tas
as an n Indian His face Is clean CLOnCbVOU CLOnCbVOUwell shaven shavenwell Jrhavenwell
well formed and serious Gray streaked streakedhair streakedhair
hair ha r falls gracefully over his ears and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when he rises to speak he te the picture pictureof
of all II that a Senator should look loo like likeAlways itk itkAhvays ItkeAlways
Always clod ia 1 a long 100 and marveiouiiy marveiouiiypressed ntarvelOliypree marve4ofli7pressed
pressed ed Prince Albert coat coat and iI iUmys iUmysupon tlassupon va vaupOn
upon the floor eor of th the Senate he herlly neces necessarily Ilereseerily ¬
eerily rlly becomes the object of attention attentionfrom atteat attentIonfrom on onfrom
from the strangers in th the galleries galleriesII 8lIerIetLIle gllrInRe
II Ile te apparently th the most interested interestedand Intertedand d dand
and sympathetic listener 1t tener In the Senafs SenafsAlways SelltAlway SenatsAlways
Always the gentleman from Idaho or orSouth orSouth orSouth
South Dakota or Vermont can count countupon ooUltupon comtupon
upon Senator Frazier tot an audtenet audtenetwhatever aud audwhatever sodinocwhatever
whatever impulses s may move the tb tbmaJntn themintng re remaining ¬
maining colleagues coJ gues whil 110 111 the few wttt wtttchosen wwbeboeen wlchosen
chosen remarks are being submitted submittedMany submJttedMany submittedMany
Many Absentees AbsenteesONGRES6 AbsenteesC AbsenteescONGRES6
C cONGRES6 ONGRES6 O GRES6 ha baa about settled down to tothe toj
j 1 the belief that it will 0111 not be pos possible PMebIe peaaihie ¬
sible to xt away Y from Washington Waabl n be before before ¬
fore July 4 Thte riti te the general genera feeling feelingabout feel feelalout feelingatout beI
about both ends of the Capitol It is a asource a30urce asource
source of deep disappointment dIap to many manymembers manymembers
members who feel they ought te be out outin outIn outIn I
in their home districts eondinOng ooiidn Ung ts 4tr 4treainjtnd 4ir 4ircainpaafc irca
cainpaafc cainpaafcA ca
A laVsre I1r ri nninber n ii ber r 0f momoers have haveslipped b hesItp e eslipped 1
slipped sItp away y quietly to their own haul bailiwlcka haulwicks
wicks Icka for the purpose of making makingspeeches mkln mklnpeeeh inalcingspeeches baiU1
speeches peeeh and iid fcxhw up the fences If Ifthe Ifthe Ifthe
the sergeattarm ferKeaati t tarms of o the House Houseshould Hou Housoshould I
should sh Uld suddenly be ordered to bring in intheabsent n ntheabsent
theabsent the absent members some afternoon he hewould beI heweuld I
would be up against It hard He would wouldftnd wouldlied ould I I
lied himself hl f hunting hURt for statesmen all allthe allthe I
the th way 1lY from New Ne England to the theRocky theRocky
Rocky mountain some of whom whomcouldnt whomldftt wtomcouldnt I
couldnt ldftt ct here at l lest est for three days daysVigilance dayiVigilance daysVigilance
Vigilance of Mann MannHKRE MannTHERE MannTHERE
THERE THERE HKRE 8 s no member of Ute HOtMe Homewho HOtMewho
4 who is more vigilant than Repre Representative Represea1aUve Reprosentatlve ¬
sentative James E Mann of Illinois Illinoischairman I111Dobcbalrman Illinoischairman
chairman of the Committee on Inter Interstate Interstate ¬
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state and Foreign O Commerce floor oor Use MeMtenant lletItenant Usetenant
tenant of Speaker Cannon and the man raanwho mRwh manwho
who < knows more about pending legleSs legislation legleSstion g gUon ¬
tion than any other member mem er of the tfcaHouse t tHouM theHouse
House HouMWhen HouseWhoa j jWhen
When measures are a pending on the thefloor thecor thefloor
floor of the House e ia which Mr Mann MaanIntere te teinterested IsInterested
interested Intere ted It te impossible imP d iWe to get him out outof outot outof
of the chamber cha nber If he te occupying occupyingchair the thschair theiair
chair as chairman of th the whole House Houseon e eon
on the State of th the Union he sticks sticksto stlck5to
to to tho job A little thing like lunch luaehBOt does doesnot dpenot
not concern CO CenL Mr Mann when h be has Juuiwdll hasbusiness j
business M en land aDd He feels the pangs pangsof pangsoC I
iot of Hunger too Just like other meat members memI meathers ¬
bers bersIt hersIt
bersIt
It happens that Mr Ir Mann has bc r rpresiding nj njpresiding a apre
presiding pre tcling during durl the consideration of ofthe of10M oz ozthe
the sundry cit l appropriation Mil He Hetakes Hetakes Hetakes
takes the chair at a 12 I oclock and re remains re remains remains ¬
mains there u uitI1 ItU til the House adjourns adjournsAloi adjournA1o adjournsAIoig
Aloi AIoig g about 1 oclock ciock he began to fec fechungry t thungr fechungry
hungry On One day da recently recent1 he sum summoned aummoned sumntoned ¬
moned on OM of the assistant t tAt doorkeepers doorkeepersto
to the Sneakers S > desk deskGo dfakGo thakGo
Go down and get me some lunch lunchhe lenchhe Iunehhe
he ordered handing bandl the employe a dol dollar 001la j jmany ¬
lar bill billHow billBow
How many asked the assistant assistantthoroughly assigtatthoroughly
thoroughly familiar with 1th Mr Minns Minnshabits Mannshabits 3jhnns0h
habits habitsOh habitsOh
Oh four wll1 wI be enough e oubh said the thepresiding thepreeldilut he hepre
presiding pre k11nJt officer officerIn of t tIn
In a few moments lQ entg the assistant re returned returned returned ¬
turned to the Speakers desk dc k and hand handed b8oded ¬
ed Mr Mann ann four or packages of choco chocolote choeolote cioolote
lote Mr Mann immediately fell to and andmunched andmunched andmunched
munched his chocolate while members memberson mem memon
on the floor discussed ed the bill He o lilts liltsthe estgthe ts tsthe
the same kind of lunch when occupying
his own seat on the floor on days when
he suspects 8U pects that some member will SU at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to get his fist Into the United
States Treasury TreasuryCONCERT TreasuryCONCERT TreasuryCONCERT
CONCERT BY THE SOLDIERS SOLDIERSHOAE SOLDIERSHOJE SOLDIERSHOME
HOME BAND BANDAT
AT THE BAND STAND STANDThis STANDThIs STANDThis
This Afternoon at 4 oCtock oCtockJohn oCkJcltJohn oCloctJohn
John S M Zimmermann Director DirectorPROGRAM I DirectorPROGRAL irectorPROGRAM
PROGRAM PROGRAMGrand PROGRAMGrandi PROGRALGrand
Grand march marchCoronaUon Coronation from fromDie fromDie fromDie
Die Folkunger Kretschmer KretschmerOverture KretschmerOvertureuThe KretschznerOvertureThe
Overture OvertureuThe The Feast of oftorus Lan Lanterns Lanterns ¬
terns Bonnet BonnetSong BonnetSon BonnetSong
Song Son for cornet cornetuAsthore Asthore re requested requested requested ¬
quested Trotere TrotereMusician TrotereMusician TrotoreMusician
Musician Fred J Leonborger LeonborgerGrand LeonbergerGrand LeonborgerGrand
Grand selection selectionCarmen Carmen re requested requested requested ¬
quested Blze BlzeCharacteristic Bbet BbetCharacteristic BizetCharacteristic
Characteristic The Serpentine SerpentineDance SerpentineDance SerpentineDance
Dance Hermann JIermannScotch HermannScotch HermannScotch
Scotch fantasia fantaslaRemlnlscences fantaslaRemlnlscencesof Reminiscences Reminiscencesof
of Scotland Godfrey GodfreyNegro Godtreyegro GodfreyNegro
Negro egro oddity oddityD oddityDakys Dakys kys Jubilee JubileePuerner JubileePuerner
JubileeJ
Puerner PuernerFinale J uernerFlntlle PuernerFinaleMarch
Finale FinaleMarch March arch Religrloso Do Dominlcale Domlnlcale Dominicale
minlcale Chambers
Last of May ay Garden Parties PartiesAt PartiesAt PartiesAt
At the White House Today TodayOwing TodayOwing TodayOwing
Owing to Cool Weather Mrs Taft Will Probably Re Rec Receive j jceive
ceive c ive Her Guests Indoors IndoorsMrs Mrs Charles Y Wheeler Wheelerand Wheelerand Vheelerand
and Daughters Arrive From Europe
Mrs Taft win be hostess ho this after afternoon afternoon afternoon
noon at the la t of the series of four fourgarden foutgarden fourgarden
garden parties which she he e ha has given glv dur during durIn daylag ¬
lag In the month of May Owing to the thecool therool thecool
cool weather the guests ts will probably IT
be received indoors indoorsMrs Indool8Mrs IndoorsMrs
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Mrs Charl Charls Y Wheeler accompanied accompaniedby ed edby
by her daughter daught Miss U Mary Wheeler Wheelerand Wheelerand rheehrAnd
and Miss Marjorie Wheeler heeler arrived in
Washington this th morning morn from New
York where they th landed yesterday on
th the Adriatic from Europe Euro after spend ¬
ing the winter season traveling tr veltng on the
Continent Mrs Wheeler and her daugh ¬
ters are the guests of orher her son and
daughterinlaw Mr and Mrs George
Y Wheeler Whee WheelerMrs r
4 4Mrs oi oiMI1J z
Mrs Sherman wife iCe or the Vice Presi ¬ I
dent left Washington this afternoon
for Utica N No Y where sh he will o1ll spend I Ithe
the weekend weekendThe
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The military mUh attache of the British Britishembassy Britishemboasr h I
embassy Lieutenant Colonel James left
Washington yesterday for Dublin N H Hre Hto I
to join jel the Hon Mrs James and their theircbJ1den theirchilden I
cbJ1den who are re established hed there for forthe forthe I
the simmer simmerBarcn nRm r
1 I
Barcn Schippenbaeh Sehippe b who has been beenTvaebngton beettpendlng beenspending
spending some time la Ne New York 1 atrlved i
rived In Washington Wa yesterday and te tethe ithe Isthe
the guest for or a few days eC f the Ru8laAmballa Ru1saAmbassCor RusatnH RusatnHAmbassador
Ambassador Amballa or and Baroness Baro Rosen RosenThe ROHIIoi RosesThe
oi
The SWIM S Minister Mis1mt tat and Mme me Utter
hare gone to t Long Island where they theyare thOa8 theyare
are the guests of Mr and Mrs Edward EdwandMltchII i
Mitchell Townsend for a few days be before before before ¬
fore sailing uJUa on June 7 for Europe je to tospend tspend tospend
spend the sunramer sunramerLast sunmnierLast
aunmmeroi oi oiLast
Last Hop HopAt HopAt HopAt
At Fort Myer MyerThe MyerThe yer yerThe
The last informal hop ho of r the season eeasoawin MaMnwin seasonwill
win be given at Fort Myer this evening ee tIIg
by the officers Jieer JieerMrs and ladles ladlesMrs 1s4esMrs
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Mrs Leiter LtiterGoing LeiterGoing LeiterGoing
Going to Beverly BeverlyMrs BeverlyIra BeverlyMrs
Mrs L Z Z Xeiter will ill close h b r Wash Washington WUIngton Washlngton ¬
ington residence re tomorrow and go to toBeverly toBeverly
Beverly Mass where she willspend 111 a afew afMV afew I
few days inspecting lft tJft her new summer summerhome summerhome ter terhome
home which Is in the course of construe eo struetloa construelion construction ¬
lion before s Ii tUo ili iling June 1 une z for Europe Europeto
to spend the summer season Mrs Lelt Letter Lelta ¬
er a will be accompanied mpated to Beverly by b bIOn
her son and daugnterlniaw Mr and andMrs andX andMrs
Mrs X Joseph loiter I iter who ho have been the theguest theguets
guest of Mrs Letters parents Cot CoLand Coli Cotand
and Mrs John R Williams since their theirreturn theirreturn theirreturn
return to Washington Washingtonseversj several days ago agoMrs 80 80X
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1 Mrs X Sarah Griffen Heyburn of Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬ I IeylvanJa
sylvania who has been the houseguest houaegiteetof
of her son and itughterlnaw tilu8hterlnlawSena tilu8hterlnlawSenars < Senator Senatorand Senatorend II
and Mrs rs W Wekkr Wor B Heybnrn at Stone
leigh Court for a week left I tt Washing W Wton StoDel ¬
ton thIs morning JDOrnln for to her home homeMrsHughes homeMrs
I
MrsHughes X Mrs Hughes wife wtt of Senator Hughes Hugheswfll H Hugheswill I
will I iftve lve up the house e at IMS IPi Q street streetwhich Mxeetwhich
which she has occupied this tb season seasonabout MUOIIabout seasonabout
about June 1 and go to her home la
Denver for or the summer Senator Hughes HughesSS1 Hu Hugheswill he I
SS1 will 111 take ke V ar prtmertt P m m at t the th New Ne
Willard iS untJi Ui Congress adjourns when
he win join Mrs Hughes HughesMrs IushssMrs hea I
1
Mrs x Richard L Lee Le e Feara and nd Miss
Yearn will go to Annapolis Tuesday to I
b he the rueets for a wek we sk k of Senator
McEnery of New Xe Orleans OrieasThe I IThe
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The Tb Minister from Chile andMafewe ad O Madame e
Crux left WaabteKtea today fW fo New NewYork NewYork
York from whence Itene tH tl y win wi twit to temorrojpr toorr tomOrrw
morrojpr orr on tbe e Dev + ctttad httMI for Bwrope BwropeMiss lIuripeMiss pe peNiH
Miss Clover CloverRetarng CloverRetung CloverReturns
Returns te CzpitaL CzpitaLMiss CzpitaLKIM CapitaLMiss
Miss Eudora Clover who has been beenthe beeDthe beenthe
the guest of the Misses Mis 1e es WIlting daugh daughters Magbters daughtore ¬
ters of Dr and Mrs Guy Fairfax Whit
MINNEAPOLIS BECOMING BECOMINGA
A ZANGWILL MELTING POT POTSome POTSome POTSome
Some Curiously Polyglot Children Ch ildren Are Playing American AmericanGames AmericanGames AmericanGames
Games on the Streets There According toEthnic to toEthnic toEthnic
Ethnic Census
MNJCEAPOLJS EAPOLIS Miss May 7 There Thereare Thereare
are some curiously polyglot iThemi children childrenplaying childrenplaying childrenplaying
playing American games on the streets streetsand streetsand
and In the alleys of Minneapolis and andprobably andprobably andprobably
probably many other American cities citiesaccording cl cla citiesaccording I
according a to the ethnic census just com completed COlOpleted cornpleted ¬
pleted by the ethnology students of the theUniversity theUniversity
University of Minnesota MinnesotaThe MinnesotaThe ota otaThe
The census included 14600 Minneapolis Minneapolisfamilies MinneapolIsfamilies UftnOApellfamilies
families about a out SfOO 5 00 0 > persons It showed snowedthat showedthat showedthat
that Turks Germane Irish mulattoes mulattoesDutch mulattoesDutch mulattocsDutch
Dutch Italians and nd negroes are Inter Intermarrying Intermarrying Intermarrying ¬
marrying Their children will be in inone Inone t tone
one instance In tance DutchIrishIndianSpan DutchIrishIndianSpantehniulattoee DutchIi8hIndlan5pnlehmulattoee DutchIrishIndianSpanIshniulattoes
tehniulattoee in another ScotchIrteh ScotchIrtehFrenchDutch ScotchIri8FrenchDutch ScotchIrishfrenchDutch
FrenchDutch and In still another Nor XorwegiannegroIndians NorwIannegroIndIans or orweglannegroIndlaras
wegiannegroIndians a queer sort of o a ahalfbreed aha1breed ahalfbreed
halfbreed halfbreedHere ha1breedHpre halfbreedHere
Here are ar some of the curious instances instancesof IDStanceal IDStancealof
of Israel Zangwiliesque race amalgama
CROOKSTON Mian May 2TPat 2TPatrick 21Patrick 27Patrick
rick J Fearons baby D8 Y Gerald has hasswung hasSU hasswung
swung SU open the pteoa doors a that re recentiy recently recenfly
centiy closed on father Fearen FeI6n8 FeI6n8sentenced was wassentenced wassentenced
sentenced to eighteen months ImprIson tonprisonraent tlDprhonment ImprIsonmeat
meat but probably will be b set free In Ina Ina Ina
a shorttime shorttimeFearon short shorttimeFearon time timeFearon
Fearon formerly was chief clerk of ofthe oftoe ofthe
the United States Land Office at Crook Crooketon Crooketon Crookston
eton He is now now a prisoner pr1s n r In the Fed Federal Federal Poderal ¬
eral penitentiary at Pert crt Leavenworth LeavenworthKan LeavenworthKan
Kan KanGerald KanGerald KanGerald
Gerald while left by his mother to toplay toplay toplay
play in the debris of the library drawer drawerfound drawer drawerfound drawerfound
found the Government records which his hisfather hisfatber hisfather
father was charged with destroying destroyingIn
In preparation for a contemplated contem ated trip tripCASEY tripCASEY tripCASEY
CASEY RESTING QUIETLY QUIETLYCaseys QUIETLYCaseys QUIETLYCases
Caseys wife was at the hospital hospitalwhere hosPItalwhere hospitalwhere
where she had undergone a very seri serious serious ocr ocrOtis ¬
ous operation a 1 few days before beforeMrs beforers beforeMrs
Mrs rs Kelly called to inquire as to Mrs MrsCaseys MrsCaseys Irs IrsCaMJs
Caseys condition conditionIs condl n nuIs
uIs Is she restln quietly Mrs rs Kelly Kellyasked Kellyasked Kellyasked
asked askedp f fNp
p Np N but I am said Casey CaseyNstlonal CaseyNstlonalonthI CaseyNntlonalMonthly National NationalMonthly
Monthly onthI
log at th their r cottage cotta 8 at th u Vfegmia VIqIMaSprings H Hot HotSprings t tSprings
Springs has returned to Wn W Woi Washington WashingtonMrs ahliigtaa
4 4Mrs oi oi1Irs
Mrs Thomas H Anderson wife of
Judge Anderson te spending spend spendas ftdI a few days daysas ya
as the guest gtl t of Mrs M John JohnL Joy Eoe at
their country place Dear RodtYllk Md Mdt MdMr MdMr
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Mr and Mrs R B W Blair are uc
some time In New York guests at Uw
Hotel Latham LathamM LathantMrs
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Mrs M John E E RfWburn a accompanied by
her daughter KIM Eleanor 1eybunl Aeiburiiwilt
will L 1 to Annapolis tomorrow for a aL
week L MrReyburn Mr Reyburn will Join them there
on his yacht Gretchen GretchenMrs G GMra GrefthenMrs
Mrs Steven Steves wife wU wife of o Representative tlve
STTfii Steiena Ste ens enu entertained > rt d a bridge pcty pa iT of ofMIse o
tee tables YeMenHy alterJM ateriss Oa at the
Congressional aional Club
Claboi
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Miss Tb T1H Theta ThetaGoes rn rnGoes InGoes
Goes to Pitt Pitts1Mtrg Pitts1Mtrg11M b rg rgMfaw
Miss Franc Francmgton Frane Thorn dehetassie 81 1 nit nittw dausis dausistet
tw or Mrs ra fbar G Thorn Jet Wash Washngton
mgton this afternoon for Ftotakwrs Ftotakwrswedding Pktshurgwhere
where be ijft Ul be a IN bridaid rlf ILid t at the theeddI thewedding
wedding eddI of Miss Catherine McCook McCookdaughter JleCookdauchter MCCOOdughter
daughter of Mr and Mrs WHUs Mc McCook XeCook MeCook ¬
Cook to Harry J Miller a eoo cousin m of ofJv ufM ofslim
M slim Thorn be wedding tBJa pines Oil
on Wedneeday Jv Jvai June 1 at SC St Paul PaulMi Psuts
cathedral ai a noon 1IOOftnL noontrs
1IOOftr r
Mi trs nL A M Blair R r has closed her reel t ¬
dence 011 o L 1A Roy place ana a ha ball PIM I
to her summer home at Amttequam A
Mass > J for ° r U the summer season Mrs Mrsf
Blair all be Jobted later In the M
f by Mr mother 1ftOtJo < Mr Mrs Alexander widow widowt widowof
e SS1 Colonel AJ JeaDder r who te visiting sIttiIr
t
to Virginia for several w wt wtJuetIoe weeks weeksJustice ek ekTw
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Justice Tw l < je Job Barnard and Mrs 15 Barnard Barnardsailed Barnardsailed
sailed today from Xw N w York for t Eu Europe Europa Enrope ¬
rope to spend the theSenator summer summerSenator summerSenator
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Senator Charles Char A A Culberem of Texa Texaand TexaaM Texasand
and Mrs M Culberson who are taking the thecure thecure thecure
cure at t Clifton Springs X No Y will jm jmtbly N probably
ably bly spend the th entire summer there thereMiss tilerw thetsJMiss
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Miss w Katherine Mayaard and Miss MtesAlice w MissAlice
Alice Kurtz of Milwaukee Wte spent spentthe spentthe
the last w week ek in W Washington Mtesj M MiaylUUd Miss MissMaynard
Maynard returned to her home yester yesterday y yesterday < ¬
day and Miss X Kurtz went to Baltimore Baltimorei Balti Baltihere Baltimorenhere
i where here she will visit several days bei beifore Detre be before
fore going gotn back to Milwaukee MilwaukeeMiss MilwaukeeMiss fltWlUlkeer
r
Miss Laagfitt LaagfittEatertaiBs LaugiittE
EatertaiBs E teru tertaina D5 at Yacht Party PartyMte PartyJol PartyMiss
Miss Jol Dorothy LangmX dattgfcier of ofColonel orolonel ofColonel
Colonel and Mr ra LamcAtt entertained ewtectalneda
a small party JNU1 of young psapia eOfIIeneht pes e OR a ayacht ayacht
yacht party last evening eve Th TIM party partyleft partyWt partyloft
left the wharf about 731 oclock and andcame aDdcame andcame
came b beelc c by moonlight Sopjier pper was wasserved wuserved wasserved
served on board the boat boatMv boatoi boatt boatM
oi oiX t
Mv X and Mi Mrs Lan Anderson closed closedtheir
their t haDcIAome r realdenso oa IqJl Masescita Masescitais eI eIsetts
s setts ttK is avenue and left Wmshtegton yes yesIteday 1 1y yesteday
Iteday y tor their b beautiful tuUfuI summer place pUceax
ax a Brookline Maw MawMr I Ilr
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Mr and Mrs Robert Roosevelt have haveclosed
closed their t lr Washington WL 1nKton residence and andaoconrroanifd ADdccoImanlfd andaccompanied
accompanied by their w lr daughter Mia MtesOira MiaOII MissOtra
Oira Roosevelt R t have gon oP > tc their sum sumi 80mhome summor
i mer home at SayvOie S Long Island Islandwfer JBIaDdw Islandwhoop
wfer w whoop they t will spend Dd the th early earl sara saraimer 1JUmmer summer
mer loiter in the sermon they tfMtwtJI tfMtwtJIAbr06d tb will xo xoAbroad goabroad
Abroad Upon their return to Washing ¬
ton in the autumn u n they expect ex t to take takenocscaoion tke1IoneutOG takepossession
possession of the residence enee th t they y recent ¬
ly purchased purcha at 3fN lOt Massachusetts et ave avea aveJIUe ve venec
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and M Mre Daniel Then WrictIt went to
Annapolis today to be the roest of
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week
tJon which theiiMivarsiiy UM i 1II university Oen6ty students
found foundHuabaad foundHIUlband foundHusband
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At the other extreme extr were ere found to nd fam ¬
like of pure racial stock for many gen go goeratlens
eratlens GrftioRflOne eratlensOae eratlensOne
One American traced tra d his Acerfcta an aneestory aatestory ancestory
eestory back 380 years and his wife wifeyears 3W 3Wyears IIIyeal8
years while an Irish family fam y wa WH found
I In which were pure Celtic stock for three threegenerations threegneraoont threegenerations
generations
BABY OPENS PRISON DOOR DOORTHAT DOORTHAT DOORTHAT
THAT BARRED ITS FATHER FATHERPlaying FATHERPlaying FATHERPlaying
Playing In Debris of Librar y Drawer Drav r Minnesota Child ChildFinds ChildFinds ChildFinds
Finds Proofs of Prisoners Innocence Consist Consisting Consisting Consisting
ing of Government Govern ent Records
t Ole e contents coaten of the drawer ra were thought thoughtwertMeee tMuglitw theugtwertidene
wertMeee w were east in a pit pile pl upon Ute tnefloor UtetIoor theoor
floor oor The sons MR nimble Jtngexs ngeat opened ope openedSome ed edSGIDe j
some of the papers and e fh ne mothers mothersattention M8thersattentloft mothersattention
attention being bel attracted Me b found foundthe COCMthe foundthe
the proofs of her husbands baa innocence innocencewhich mocenceleh innocencewhich
which leh be had maintained to tbe last lastThe lastThe lestThe
The missing papers were placed In tntht tnththands the thehands tij tijhBDds
hands of Receiver Toupin and Register RegisterPeterson terPeterson RegisterPeterson
Peterson of the Crookston Land Office OfficeThe Of OffloeThe Ace AceTke
The papers consist or two sets of filings filingsinvolving ftllitgshYolvlng fiu1giwo1vlag
involving valuable tracts or land ta 111northern Innorthern tanorthern
northern Minnesota MinnesotaStraightway MinnesotaStraightway MinnesotaStralghtway
Straightway with the aid of friends friendsMrs friendsrs friendsMrs
Mrs rs Fearon placed in the haa4c of a aattorney 3IR 3IRattomev anattorney
attorney moans eaas for action to free her
husband
HAVING A CARE CAREI CAR
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Army and Navy NavyService NavyService NavyL
L Service Orders OrdersARMY
ARMY ARMYLeave ARMYLw ARM ARMLeave
Leave of absence for one month to take takeeffect taket takeetort
effect t upon Ms relief fra frees rff d duty ty at axFort atPort atPort
Port Preble Me Js created Caoin CaoinALIRKn CaoiatnALJUon taoaInMORGA
ALIRKn S MORGAN C Coast at Artil Artillery ArtKJery ArtitPhat ¬
lery Corps CorpsFirst Coc1PtnIt
First Lieutenant HARRY P SHUGER
MAN Medical Reserve Corps Is re re ¬
lieved from rom duty at t the e Army Medi Medical Medical edl edlhooJ ¬
cal School in this city
First P1ntn P1ntntenaat Lieutenant tenaat EDMUND B IGLE IGLEfth
HART fth Third Infantry fa relieved
from further fut tretine treatment t at the Walter
Bfd Reed General e HopitaJ District of Vtolumhi
Columbia ColumbiaThe CoIhlThe olumhi olumhiThe
The following < change m 1ft the stations stationsof s
lid du of ofncers of the Signal Corps CorpsCaptalit
are ordered orderedCaptain orderedCaptaJa
Captain CARL F HARTMANN N is re re ¬
loved ed from duty at The TJt Army Ser Sery
y e School SebooIa Port Leavewwerth Leeltwertl1to
Kanaaa t tKuMrll to take effect July 1 1D 1 BIC BICand
and wW lthea then proceed proc to Fort D A Aw ACtaJn A
Russell D l Wyoming w
Cuain REYNOLDS J BURT is re revtee
ieYeI tIOIa f duty at The ArMY Set Setvice
tee Schoote Fort Le Levewenh LevewenhI vew rth
Knaa to take effect eet July 2 1Jta 1 IMC B
C 1 the proceed to F Fort rt Oa Oma OmaCaptain Ornacaptain
ha Jta Nebraska NebraskaCaptain N
Captain WALTER L CLARKE is re reyJee
lieved from duty at TIM Army Ser Set1ee
yJee vtee School SdtooIa Fort Leaveawsrth Le ve W8rth
K XaBa to take effect July L 1 m0 m0and BtOarid
and arid will then th proceed proc to i Fort Omaha Omahaebrasks
Nebraska ka and report in person to tothe tothe
the commanding officer of that peat
for duty < Jty u the officer in ehargeof charge f fthe f
the Signal Corps General Supply Be Beppc
ppc 1iovIN r Uevm Captain GEORGE S SJlJflKX SCaptain SCaptain
JlJflKX JlJflKXCaptain
Captain HEXRT W STANFORD SB te tevtee re
lieYed from duty at TIM Army Ser Setvice
vtee School Schoola Fort eLavenwerth
Kan x > to take effect July 1 K Kand 1910 5I 5Iand
and wall then proceed to the Presidio Preeidioof
of San Francisco Cal CalCaptain CalCapta CalCaptain
Captain a CHARLES S So WALLACE W LLACl Is Selioved re relieved r6lieved ¬
lieved from duty at t The Army Ser Servic Setvice
vice vic Schools Fort Leaves LeaveBwortb LeaveBwortbKa LeavenworthKansas worth worthKanoac
Kansas to take effect ecr July 1 1Captala ya yaCaptain 1it8 1it8CapCala
Captain AL1 ALDEN > EN C KNOWLES ia re reUeved re relieved rebetted
betted from from duty at The Army Ser Service Sotvice r rvice ¬
vice Schools Fort Leavenworth LeavenworthKamwe LeaVeDworthKe LeavenworthKansas
Kansas and be will proceed to Seat Seattle 5ettie Se t ttie ¬
tie tie Wash W in time to reach that thatplace thatpIaee thatplace
place not later than August L Lthence 1 1thence 1911 1911t
thence to Fort Gibbon Alaska Alaskaupon Alaskaupon and andUpOII
upon arrival will report by b letter to totbe tothe toIhe
the commanding general Department Departmentof
of Columbia for duty relieving Cap Captain CaptaJn Caplain ¬
lain MACK K K CUNNINGHAM CUNNINGHASLCaptain CUXNlliGHAJLCaptain CUNNINGHAMCaptain
Captain CUNNINGHAM CG IXGlLU will proceed to toSeattle toSeattle toSeattle
Seattle Wash Washfrom WashMaJor WashMajor
MaJor DANIEL J CARR Is relieved relievedfrom relievedfrom
from duty at Fort Wood New York Yorkto Yorkto Yorkto
to take effect at such time as Will Trinenable Willenable willenable
enable him to comply with this or order order ordot ¬
der and will proceed to Omaha OmahaNeb Omaharelievln OmahaNub
Neb relieving Lieutenant Colonel ColonelWILLIAM ColonelWILLlAX ColonelWILLIAM
WILLIAM A A GLASSFORD GLASSFORDLieutenant GLASSFORDUeuteDaRt GLASSFORDLieutenant
Lieutenant Colonel GLASSFORD will willproceed w111proceecl willproceed
proceed to Chicago HI aDd report reportto
to the commanding general depart department depatment departmont ¬
ment of the lakes for duty as chief ohtefsignal 0IetsIcnl chiefsigesi
signal officer of that department departmentThe
The following transfers tran fers at the request requestof
of tile officers of concerned are areFirst ordered orderedFirst orderedFirat
First Lieutenant Lleut t JAMES M BUR BURROUGHS BURROUGHS BIlEROUGHS ¬
ROUGHS from the 12th l th Cavalry to toth totbe tothe
th the 3d Cavalry CavalryFirst CaY1ryF1r CavalryFirst
First t Lieutenant FRANK K E SIDilAN SIDilANfrom SIDMANfrOM SIDlANfrom
from the 2d Cavalry to the 12th 12thCavsJry Uthc 12thCavalry
Cavalry CavsJrylieutenant c CavalryLieutenant lry lryUntenant
lieutenant BURROUGHS will remain remainon
on 11 d dty ty at his present pre eat station un until 111tl1 until ¬
til further orders ordersTbe OIHrsThe ordersThe
The following officers are detailed detilledfor det 1ed 1edfor
for duty at the camp of etrtctlca b r to tobe tobe tobe
be held at Gettysburg Pa Pa during duringJulv duringJ1IJy duringJuly
July 151 1li and will report by letter letterat lettetat letterat
at once to Brig Gen WILLIAM W WWOTHERSPOON WWOTHERSPOO WWOTHERSPOON
WOTHERSPOON United < States Army ArmyWar ArmyVOar ArmyWar
War Department Washington D C Cfor ctor c cfor
for instructions instructionsCaptain InstructionsCaptain InstructionsCaptain
Captain WILLIAM R DASHIEIX DASHIEIX24th
24th Ith Infantry InfantryCaptain IafaatryCaptain InfantryCaptain
Captain EDGAR A A FRY 13th Infan Infantry Infantry Infantry ¬
try tryCaptain tryCaptain
Captain RALPH B P PARHOTT 27th 27thInfantry 21thIafaatry 27thInfantry
Infantry InfantryFirst IafaatryFirst InfantryFirst
First Ltcvtemutt SAMUEL SA L H HCLEAVES R ROLE BGLEAVES
CLEAVES OLE YES 1st Cavalry CavaryFirst Cay CavalryF1rt ry
First Lieutenant RONALD E FISH F1SHER FISHER
ER 14th Cavalry CavalryCaptain CavalryCaptia CavalryCaptain
Captain BDWARD BOW ARD A A SHUTTLE SHUTTLEWORTH SHUTTLEWORTH SHUTTLEWORTH
WORTH 2d d Infantry in addition additionto J Jto
to his other duties du fi win assume assumeharge a aseumebarge l1me l1mebarge
barge under the instructions of ofthe ottM ofthe
the quartermaster otU rlD8ter general of the thearmy thearlllY thearmy
army of construction work at Fort FortThorn FortThomaa FortThomas
Thorn Thomas Kentucky relieving Cap Captain Cqtal Csplain ¬
lain tal JOHN H WHOLLEY 2d d la lafantry 111tantrY Infantry
fantry of that duty dutyCaptain dutyCeptaia dutyCnn
Captain EDWARD EDW ARD D POWERS Coast CoastArtillery CoastArtillery CoastArtillery
Artillery Corps will report in person personon
on August t 28 1 m JIlt to the corantan corantandJMt COIBmaDdaM coonmand5hnt
daM of the Coast Artillery Sehooi Sehooiat
at Fort Monroe Va for the t purpose purposeof se seof
of taking the regular course at that thatschool thatschool t t11o
school schoolFir schoolFirst 11o iFirst
Fir First t Lieutenant GEORGE E PRICE PRICE14th PRICE14th PRIcE14th
14th Cavalry C valry BO wat the Presidio or orSan ot otSaD ofSan
San Francisco co Cal win In proceed to toJoin tojoin tojoin
Join his regiment in the tb Philippines Philippinesdivision PhlUppinosdlviSSon Philippinesdivision
division dlviSSonLielteDADtC divisionLIeutenantColonel divisionLieutenantColonel
LieutenantColonel lonl GRANGER ADAMS ADAMSSth ADAMSfit ADAMSSIb
SIb fit Field Artillery is reMoved reKe ed > from frombuty fromut fromcuty
buty ut in the of office nee of the Chief of ofStaff ofStatr ofSIRif
Staff to take ke effect May 31 liii aDd aadwilt aDdwin andWill
wilt then proceed to Fort RIley Kan Kanand Kauand Kanand
and report for duty as a member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Field Artillery Beard with sta station statioa Malieu ¬
lieu at Fort Riley RileyCaptain RiJE RiJECptia RileyCaptain
Captain SAMUEL P LYON 25th Infan Infantry Inantry Infantry ¬
try will ill proceed without delay deJa to toFort toFort toFort
Fort Myer Va and report in per person pe80R persea ¬
son to the commanding officer of ofost ofthat ofthat
that post ost and by letter to the com comj coatmending
mending j g general Department of the theBast theBut theEast
But for l < orders ordersNAVY oniersNAVY ordersNAVY
NAVY NAVYPav NAVYPay NAVYPay
Pay Director J S CARPENTER de detached de detached doInched ¬
tached Assistant to Bureau B rea of Sup Supplies Supplies Supplies ¬
plies and Accounts Navy Depart Department Department Departmont ¬
ment Washington D C and wait waitorders waJtorMls waitorders
orders ordersPaymaster orMlsPavmaster ordersPaymaster
Paymaster W T W WuACE uACE retired retiredplaced retl retlplaced retiredplaced
placed upon the retired Hat of o of officers orfkoenr offirers ¬
ficers from May M MPaymaster CPaymuter l lPaymaster
Paymaster G P DYER detached deta Bu Bureau Bureau Bitresu ¬
reau of Supplies and Accounts Navy NavyDepartment N NavyDepartment 7 7Dep
Department Dep rtJDel1t Washington D C Co to toPaymaster toCoiora toColorado
Colorado ColoradoPaymaster oPaymaster
Paymaster W T GRAY detached Colo Colorado Colorado Coinrado ¬
rado to home settle accounts and andwait andwalt andwait
wait orders ordersPaymaster orde ordePaymutfr ordersymagter
Paymaster ymagter D V CHADWICK to Bu Bureau Bureau Bitroan ¬
reau of Supplies and Accounts AccountsNavy AccountsNavyDepartment Navy NavyDepartment NavyDepartment
Department Washington Was lmWi1 D C CPaymasters c cPanaaters CPaymasters
Paymasters Clerk O J PHILLIPS as asuty ap appointment
JObItmept a pa payniasters tets clerk clericduty
duty uty Colorado revoked revokedPaymasters revokedpaym revokedPaymasters
Paymasters paym terg Clerk Cle c J 7 P GUISE ap appointed apepohttM appointed ¬
pointed a paymasters clerk duty dutysettle dutyHttJe dutysettle
settle accounts Navy Na Pay Pa Office OfficePhiladelphia OfcePhiladelphiaPa
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPa PhiladelphiaPaMOVEMENTS Pa PaMOVEMENTS P P1IOVEMENTS
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