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Azsurd to Believe They TheyWould TheyWould TheyWould
Would Improve Recla Reclamation Rec1amation Reclamatron
mation Service ServiceMAY ServiceMAY ServiceMAY
Asserts Administration to Meet MeetVaried MeetVaried MeetVaried
Varied Demands Is Heaviest HeaviestTask HeaviestTask HeaviestTask
Task Involved InvolvedFrederick InvolvedIiredorick InvolvedIfredorlck
Frederick H Newel director of the theReclamation theReclamation theReclamatlon
Reclamation Service wants to know knowwhy knowhy knowwhy
why hy anybody any bod should think the army engineers en engineers enI ¬
gineers I > ineers could run the Reclamation Serv Service ServIce Service ¬
ice better than it is being run now nowIn nowIn nowIn
In discussing dlscuSf lng the contemplated change changein
in the Administration of o his bureau Mr MrNewell MrNewcl1 MrNewell
Newell today admitted frankly thai tha he heana heatu heanu
ana othors connected with his office oC ce vho tihohad vhohad ho hohad
had been Involved in the Balllnger BaliingerPinchot BalllngerPinchot BaUlngerFlnchot
Pinchot controversy stood a chance of ofbeing orbtlng ofbeing
being dismissed but that army engineers engineerswould ensineersWould engineerswould
would be any improvement Mr Newell Newellconsiders Newellconsiders Newellconskiers
considers ridiculous ridiculousEver rkUculousEver rkliculousEver
Ever since the question of the pros prospective pro propecUve prospective ¬
pective change came up Mr Newell Newellsaid Newellsaid Newellsaid
said I have ben wanting anUnl to know knowwhy knowwhy knowwhy
why I would Just like to know by bywhat b bywhat I Iwhat
what mental process anyone could arrive ar arrive atrle ¬
rive at the conclusion that the army armyenginers arm armen armyenginers
en enginers iners could handle this work better betterthan betterthan betterthan
than w we do doBelieves doBelieves doBelieves
Believes Work Efficient EfficientWhy Efficienth
Why Vi h i Ill RO further than that Mr MrNewell MrNewell lr lrNewelt
Newell said with Uh emphasis ur I consider considerthe consIderthe considerthe
the Reclamation service the best oper operated operated operated ¬
ated bureau In the Government from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the standpoint of efficiency economyresults economy economyresults cconom cconomresults
results and value to a large portion of ofthe oftho ofthu
the American public We Yt > have stood stoodthe stoodth stoodthe
the th acid test of dozens of investigations investigationsofficial investigationsof1tcial investigationsofficial
official and unofficial uno clal and we have the theconfidence theconfi theconfidetce
confidence confi ence of the farmers and ranchers rancherswhose rantht rancherswhose > 15 151Io8
whose 1Io8 > property pr > pprty is affected by b our work rork
I have no criticism to make of the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army engineers That is not the point
They can and do accomplish great greatworks greatworks greatworks
works of construction But the main mainquestion mainQuestion mainquestion
question now is administration
It has taken us a long lo time xo o get et
together the machine chine We have now
to win and hold the confidence of the
farmers to whom we deal out the thewater towater 1e 1ewater
water supply supplyDiplomacy supplyDiplomacy supplyDiplomacy
Diplomacy Needed He Says SaysSuch SaysSuch SaysSuch
Such work requires a minute knowl knowledge Icnowledge 1owl 1owledge ¬
edge of varied local conditions and the thevaried thevarIed thevaried
varied temperaments of the men with withwhom withwhom withwhom
whom our officers have to deal Our Ourmen Ourmen Ourmen
men are compelled to use the greatest greatestdiplomacy greatestdiplomacy greatestdiplomacy
diplomacy most of th time They have haveto haeto haveto
to listen to any number of complaints complaintsfrom complaintsfrom complaintsfrom
from men who would ould stop at nothing
If they thought they the were bert un unjustly unjustly unjustly ¬
justly treated tre ted They The have got to prove proveto proveto proveto
to the farmers and ranchers that we weknow weknow
know what we are doin doing all the th time timeIn timeIn timeIn
In work of this kind the army armyengineers armycnIneers armyengineers
engineers would meet with ItJ many diffi difficulties dlCtl1 dlCtl1cultles difficultles ¬
cultles that they would ould find hard to toovercome toovercome I Iovercomp
overcome Moreover it would would take them themseveral themseveral I
several years to pick up the threads of ofthe ofthe It
the work workThe workThe I
The officer whu was put in charge chargewould ohargewould chargewould I
would have to spend a year traveling
around among the different projects be ¬
fore he could know what the work workamounted workamounted workamounted
amounted to toDifficulties toDifficulties toDifficulties
Difficulties of Work WorkI
I realize that a number of us may maybe maybe maybe 11
be dismissed from the Government service ser service SIvice ¬
vice for becoming involved in the Bal BalllngerPinchot BalingerPinchot
llngerPinchot fontroversy controversy In such a acase acase I Icase
case new men chosen cho en from civil life lifecould litecould lifecould
could be put in our place and provided providedthere providedthere providedthere
there were not such wholesale dismissals dismissalsas
as to disrupt the whole Reclamation ReclamationService RecJamaUocl ReclamatiorService
Service the work could go quietly along alongunder aiongl alongunder
under our present system systemBut systemUBut systemBut
UBut But army arm officers offic > rtI In all the talk I
have ha heard about this suggested change
1 have never been able to find out why whya
a change of system is considered neces necessary necessary ¬
sary 601 If there Is anything wrong with withthe Vl1ththe withthe
the service I would like to know what whatIt whatIt whatit
Endurance Competition to Cover
1200 Miles All In InGermany InGermany InGermany
GermanyBERLIN Germany GermanyBERLIN GermanyBEltLlr
BERLIN June 2 2ono One hundred and andtwentyone an41twentyone andtwentyone
twentyone auotmoblles started today on onthe onthe onthe
the Prince Henry Hem endurance competition competitionto
to be run during the next seven days daysover daysovor daysover
over a 1300mlIe 13f16 mlle route all within Ger Germany German Germany ¬
many man The Th start was as made In Berlin Berlinand Berlinand Berlinand
and the th finish finl h will 111 be at Hamburg
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Friday Fish Specials SpecialsCUOICEST
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Butter Fish h J lb lOc lOcSea 10eSea lOcSea
Sea Bass lb 8c 8cPerch 8ePercJl 8cPerch
Perch lb l lOc lOcFresh 10cFresh Oc OcFresh
Fresh Mackerel Mackerel lb 121c 121cHalibut 12 c cHalibut cHalibut
Halibut Fancy FancyClams 1 lb 14c 14cClams 14cClams
Clams dozl5c dozl5cCrab doz 15c 15cCrab 15cCrab
Crab Flake qt 30c 30cShad 30cShad 30cShad
Shad Buck J each35c each35cSoft each 35c 35cSoft 35cSoft
Soft Shell Crabs CrabsNew CrabsNew CrabsNew
New arrival from Crisfield doz 40c 40cAlso 40cAlso 40cAlso
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Conventions Aero Race an anPotomac and andPotomac andPotomac <
Potomac Regatta to BeConsidered Be BeConsidered BeConsidered
Considered ConsideredThe
The special committee on conventions conventionsof
of the Chamber of Commerce of which whichA
A Lisner is chairman and which hlch Is rsitf rsitfing rl rlIng rsiaing
ing a fund of fUOO tt000 to put into effect a abusinesslike abusinesslike abusinesslike
businesslike campaign throughout the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country to bring conventions to Wash Washington Washington VashIngton ¬
ington will meet late this afternoon afternoonSubcommittees afternoonSubcommittees afternoonSubcommittees
Subcommittees reports will be received receivedand receivedand receivedand
and plans for perfecting the committee committeeorganization committeeorganlzatlon committeeorganization
organization will be discussed The em employment employm employment ¬
ployment ploym nt of a special representative to totravel totravel totravel
travel throughout the country soliciting solicitingconventions solicitingconventions solicitingconventions
conventions also will be considered consideredThe con consideredThe ldered lderedThe
The committee on retail trade will wilmeet wJlmeet willmeet
meet tomorrow tomor w night The proposed proposedaeroplane propofKodaeroplane proposedaeroplane
aeroplane race from New York to Wash Washington VaJlhIngton Vashington ¬
ington on July 4 I which is expected to tobring tobrln tobring
bring brln several thousand visitors visit on to the thecity theclt thecity
city clt will be discussed The approaching approachlnPotomac
Potomac regatta also will come up upAt upAt upAt
At a meeting mcetln of the executive com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee of the Washington Board BoardTrade of ofTrade r rrnule
Trade tomorrow at noon a committee of ofthree orthree ofthree
three will be appointed to act with cor corresponding corresponding corresponding ¬
responding committees from the Cham Chaml Chamher Chainher
her l r of Commerce and the Washington WashingtonAero NashingtonAero VashtngtQI1Aero
Aero Club regarding the proposed proJO > > eI aero aerorace aerorace aerorace
race from New York to Washington WashingtonBATTLE WashingtonBATTLE uhlnstonBATTLE
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savage encounter between frontier frontierguards frontierguan1s frontierguards
guards and smugglers near the Siberian Siberianborder Siberianborder Siberianborder
border is 8 reported Three guards and andsix andsix andsix
six smugglers were killed killedO killede
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Bargains BargainsIN I II IPIANO
Lowest Prices PricesEasiest PricesI PricesEasiest Aces AcesEasiest I
Easiest Terms TermsEvery TermsEvery I IEvery
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our big establishment is iscrowded iscrowded isr
crowded with PIANOS r and andPLAYERS andPLAYERS j
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for new instruments and re returned I Iturned I
turned from rental rentaL Some are areas I Ias I Ias
as good as NEW NEVall all are areeminently areeminently I Ieminently
eminently desirable and at atthese 1 1these
these special prices they are arehe arethe j I
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WEBER Grand290 Grand290Pease Grand Gra d 290 290Pease 290Pease
Pease Upright 145 145Chickering 145Chickering I IChickering
Chickering Upright 145 145Stieff 145Stieff S SStieff
Stieff Upright 250 250good 250good
good as new newChase newChase
Chase Upright 100 100James
James Holmstron 145 145Baus 145Baus 145Baus
Baus Upright 100 100Knabe 100Knabe 100Knabe
Knabe Upright 175 175Shoninger 175Shoninger I IShoninger
Shoninger Upright Upright250 Upright250Shoninger 250 250Shoninger 250Shoninger
Shoninger Upright 285 285Vose 285Vose 285dose
Vose Sons Upright righ 290 290Cote 290Cote I ICote
Cote Upright 175 175Milton 175Milton 175Milton
Milton Upright 190 190AND 190AND 190AND
Player Pianos PianosPianola PianosPianola Janos JanosPianola
Pianola Piano 290 290Hardman 290Hardman
Hardman Autotone 390 390Hardman 390Hardman 390Hardman
Hardman Autotone 425 425Harrington 425Harrington j
Harrington Autotone350 Autotone 350 350Stodard 350Stodard j
Stodard Player 350 350Autopiano i iAutopiano
Autopiano 385 385Autopiano 385Autopiano
Autopiano 375 375Autopiano 375Autopiano P PAutopiano
Autopiano 350Combination 350 350Lauter 350Lauter
Lauter 450 450Combination I ICombination
Combination Piano 250 250Cecil i iCecifian
Cecifian Cecil an Piano 385 385Cecilian 385Cecilian I ICecilian
Cecilian Player 100 100CeciJian j jCecilian
Cecilian Player 75 75AND 75iD 75AND
See these instruments now and andask andask I Iask
ask about our easy payments paymentsDeMol paymentsSpecialists 1 1Specialists
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A periodical visit to Dr Samuel is an insurance of your eyes He Hedetects
1 i detects symptoms in time to save you lifelong trouble Consult him himtomorrow
tomorrow Balcony Parlor ParlorFirst First floor floorLike
Like the wise Virginswith Virgins with their lamps filled in readiness so wise housekeepers will be foundwhen found foundwhen foundwhen
when warm days come Housekeepers Paradise Paradiseour our Basement Floor Floorwill will attract many tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row The list below is the assurance assurancePut assuranceRELIABLE assuranceGAS
Put up in your homes by our experts expertsand and nd all details explained
5000 000 The Model Gas Ranges with withthree withthC8 withthree
three drilled burners on top
extra ex exS1300 < >
tra large lined oven and broiler brollCCSI300 6 69I 69IS1300
S1300 Classic Gas Ranges with five fivedrilled fiedrUIed fivedrilled
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