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8 THE WASHMGTOX GTON TIMES WEDNESDAY WEDN D Y JUNE 15 1519W 1910
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I I a1Jy > ally average Lverigefor for the month monthThe monthThe 4S572
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1la1JY during tho month of May was wasJ158m
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to 0 have b been en 44674
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The net total circulation circulatIon ef The Times
Sundays during the month of May was
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agents being beln eliminated This number When
divided by s the number of Sundays during durin
May shows the net Sunday average for May
to have been 25248 25248In SI81I 21
In each Issue of The Therime Vlmes rlmes the circulation
figures gures for f r the previous day are plainly
printed at the be head of the first page at the
left lettor of the date line linelong
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long Iozs or abort period during durln th thsummer the theummer
summer can have The Time Timemailed Timesmailed Titnenmailed
mailed to them at the < he rate of ofthirty ofthirty ofthirty
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cents a week AddrcMsen may be heduxneed bedulDJed
changed n nS often as desired All Allmall AlllDall
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in advance odvnccREPRESENTvATIVE adGnceREPRESENTATIVE
REPRESENTATIVE JOHNSON JOHNSONON
ON CLERKS PENSIONS PENSIONSRepresentative PENSIONSRepresentAtive PENSIONSRepresenthtive
Representative Johnson of South SouthCarolina SouthCarolina
Carolina in the debate on the general generaldeficiency generaldeficien
deficiency deficien bill in the
y House took occa occasion occasion ¬
sion to denounce the plan of providing providinga
L h a pension and retirement system for forGovernment forGovernme 101Government
Government t clerks and employes Mr MrJohnson MrJohnson
Johnson said he belonged to a class dana of ofpeople ofpeople
people who believed that when the thework thework th I
work of a Government employe stop stopped stopped ¬
ped his pay should stop He was ap apparently apparently apparently ¬
parently impressed with the fact that thatonce thatonce thatonce
once the system of pensioning some of ofthe ofthe olthe
the employes is entered on it must nustbe nustbecarried be becarried
carried through all the branches of ofthe ofthe
the Government service and made ¬
gen general general general
eral More Ior than this he thought the thepensioning thepensioning i
pensioning of Government employes employeswould employeswould I
would prove the entering wedge to old oldage oldage
age pensions in this country countryHut COWl try tryBut
But Representative Sulzer raised a aquestion aquestion
question in this
connection which can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not be answered when all phases p es of it itare itare ii
are considered in any other practical practicalway practicalway I
way than to say that a pension and andretirement andretirement anc L
retirement system must be had hadWhat hadWhat
What would you do dos asked Mr MrSulzer MrSuIzer
SuIzer with a man who had served servedpractically servedpractically scrvec L Lpractically
practically all his life in a Government Governmentposition Governmentposition
position and was old decrepit and andpoor andpoor anc I
poor poorMr
Mr Johnson said he preferred leav leaving leavIng leaving ¬
ing him on the rolls
pay to creating a acivil acivil L Lcivil
civil pension list whose magnitude magnitudecould magnitudeconId magnitudcould
could not be computed computedBut computedBut
But the evils of leaving men who whohave whohave
have reached old age and cannot do a adays adays I L Ldays
days work on the pay rolls seem to tous toUS t tUs
us to be greater eater than any harm thatmay that thatmay I Imay
may arise from a civil pension list listThe 11stThe listThe
The present system of the Government Governmentworks G ernment ernmentworks t
works badly in various respects The TheGovernment TheGovernment ThiGovernment
Government is the loser
by it ¬
pro promotion promotion promotion
motion for efficiency is interfered with withthe withthe L Lthe
the tendency is to stagnation in the theGovernment theGovernment th S SGovernment
Government service s rvice And when clerks clerksare clerksare S Sare
are lopped off it is the old and the thepoor thepoor th 6 6poor
poor who suffer BufferIt suffer1t sufferIt
It is a grave problem at best
one onettot onebot on e eiot
ttot iot easily worked out But in view of ofthe o f fthe
ihe the feet other countries countri countripa have been a aLth
ttiven Lth en to the civil pension system and anda nd ndview n I Ia
a view of the fact that the best busi business business busiBess ¬
ness brains of the country in private privateestablishments privatoestablishments C Cestablishments
establishments are being driven to re retirement retirement retirement ¬
tirement systems there seems to be bebut bebut b C Cbut
but one way to solve it Congress willdo wi will willdo LI LIdo
do well to stop arguing objections to topension topension t 0 0pension
pension and retirement retirezpent plans and set setabout setnbout se t tabout
about the constructive task ta k of o pro providing providing prcriding ¬
viding one oneWHY oneWHY oneWHY
WHY THE PUBLIC WANTS WANTSTARIFF V ANTS A ATARIFF ATARIFF
TARIFF COMMISSION COMMISSIONThe
The tendency toward investigation investigationand nves igation igationnnd ft ftan
and an government through commissions commissionsappears commiss ons onsappears Ls Lsappears
appears to be on the incroaso Con Congress ConI Go 1 ¬
I gress has made m de provision not it ittrue is istrue istrue Ls 1Ls
true for a real tariff commission commies ion but butfor butfor In tt ttfor
for the beginning of one one in allowing allowingan a1lowi ig igan
an appropriation of 250000 for the thepay thepay U te tepay
pay of tariff investigators and in the therailroad theraiJroad tl te terailroa4l
railroad bill a commission to inquire inquireinto inquireinto e einto
into railroad stock and bind issues issuesprovided issuesprovided is isprovided
provided for forIn forIn forIn
In Congress there has been strong strongobjection strongobje strot Lg Lgobjection
objection obje tion to turning over suoh ques questions questions 3 3tlons ¬
tions as the tariff and the regulation regulationof In Inof
of railroads to commissions c t but the thepeople thepeople Ii 10 10people
people are not so squeamish It is
1 I
true tr ue a commission cannot make tariffs tnriffsbut
but b ut it can do something as important importantIt
J It can ascertain facts and givo them themto
t to the public The great difficulty in intariffmaking
tariffmaking ta is ignorance There are aredozens
dozens d ° j ozens of schedules which nobody but butnn
c an a n expert knows anything anytJl ng about Only Onlya OnlyJew
J a few ew men in Congress are competent competento
to f o debate the woolen schedules qr g steel steel6chedulli
Bchedulog sc heduhs for instance and when they theythresh
thresh th resh out their differences the country countryis
is about as wise when wh they finish as it itwas itns
wo was w ns when they began There is not notone
one o ne voter in a thousand thousandwho who can vote voteintelligently
intelligently in on the tariff Weeks of oflongressional
Congressional C < debate leave tho great I Imajority
majority m floundering in a a maze of ofdoubt
t doubt d and uncertainty m satisfied of f but butone I
t o one ne tiling and that is that the in interests
t terests te rests chiefly concerned and which whichknow
J know k now what they want have had more moreto
l to do than anybody else with doter dotermining
mining m ining duties dj1tios dj1tiosVhon djitiosWlion
Yhen we get the findings of a non nonpartisan nonpartisan
I partisan p T arti8an body bod we will have somothing somothingbetter somothingbetter
J better b to t tie to thau haii the doctorod data dtapf
of O f those whose cliiof cgneorn is to get getnll
s all al l they can out of the grab bag Even Evonif
j if a commission cannot c un t make tariffs tariirsrhen
A when w hen accurate information is hud huda
a a way way will probably be found to force forceCongress
Congress C ongress to respond to enlightened enlightenedpiiblic enlightenedp
r piiblic p thlio j opinion opinionTI1C
The great mass of people wish to do Jo Jothe < o
the th e right thing in tariffmaking to togive
give gi < ve the manufacturer a square deal dealto dealgive
t to give the workingniRn whatever pro protection protection proction ¬
tection te ction he ought to have 11a ve toprotect to protect an anitifant
ij iiifant in fant industry when hen it ought to be bepro
1 protected pro p rotected cctcd but now it doesnt know how howand howand i
j and a nd it doesnt believe Congress COD 616 knows knowsTHE
THE T HE WEATHER AND WEATH WEATHER VEATHER
ER STATISTICS STATISTICSIt
It is an old triek of the weather weatherman weathcrman
man m an when Jield responsible r lIible for the thejicissitudes theicjssitudes
jicissitudes y icjssitudes of the season to drag dragh a ahqrring aerring
erring h rrjng across the trail by giving out outa
a batch of statiaties to demonstrate demonstratethat demonstratethat
that t there have been worse conditions conditionsHe
He Li e is doing it now Hardly a day daypasses daypassoa
passes p asses that he does not produce data datato datato datao
to t tt o show that some time in the past pastthere pastthere
there t ts have been morewet more wet days in the thesame thesame
same s length of time or that more morewater morewater
water w ater fell within a certain number of ofhours ofhours
hours h ours than t n has fallen this spring springOf
Of course nrfbody nffbod gives g C6 heed to him himThere himThore
There T here never was such a wet season seasonEverybody SCflsonEver
Everybody Ever E body except the weather man manknows manknows mannows
knows k nows it If there t ere is one thing about aboutwhich aboutwhich
which w wi wt hich the average mans memory is isinfallible isinfallible
infallible i it is the weather He does doesnot doesDot do doot
not n ot profess to foretell fore U what it is going goingto
to t o be bethough though at that he wont take takesecond takeseeond
second s place to some other people who whoclaim whoeloim wiselaim
claim c to do so s sobut but when DeB it comes to tosaying tos t4
saying s s ying what has been he declines dooli es to totake totake t
take t a baek seat seatNo MtNo seatNo
No weather man living Ih can make us usbelieve U5believe
bw believe b that thatat atmospherical conditions conditionswere oonditionsere
were w ere ever as badas bac bd as those of which whichwe whiehwe I Ie
we w e complain c at t this or any other time timeand timeand I
and a nd he neednt try Th The mere fact factthat facthat
tt that t as much watec fell or didnt fall fallthat faUthat I
that t the
thermometer was higher or orlower orlower otower
lower l ower amounts to t nothing It is ones onesmental onesmental I Imental
mental attitude toward the conditions conditionszrhioh conditionsl1ioh I I
zrhioh l1ioh counts If as Mrs Irs Gummidgo Gummidgowas ummidg ummidgas
was w as wont to say s y when told that the theeast thecast th thast
east e wind was not particularly bad badthat badthat badthat
that she felt it more than other otherpeople otherpeopJe otheieople j
people p what good would ould it have done doneor dowoz
f or a weather man to produce 8 lot of offigures ol olgures
figures tigkcs fi gures t She wouldnt have looked at atthem att at athem
them t m As honest t a diary as that of ofJohn ofJo o oon
John Jo J on n Evelyn who w to saw almost the thewhole thewbtle th thwMIe
whole of the seventeenth century is isfull isfun i I Iull
full f of remarks about the weather weathersuch weathersuch weatheruch
such s as extraordinary wet or ex extraordinary ectraordinary ¬
traordinary t dry that he had never neverseen neverseen
seen s een such a storm or such a tempest tempestor
or o r such a fall of snow sno or such a back backward backward ¬
ward spring Year Yc r in and year out he henotes henotcs h hotes I
notes n these vagaries of the weaunr weaunruntil weatn r runtil
until U ntil one is brought to think that thatnothing thatnotbing
nothing na n in the world is quite so certain certainas 1 1s
as a s the fickleness of the seasons seasonsBut seasonsBut seasonsBut
But for this shall we condemn John JohnEvelyn JohnEvelyn 1
Evelyn as an untrut untrutul ul historian t Of Ofcourse Ofcourse 0
course c not though at that time no nodoubt nodoubt m
doubt d there were people on hand to topoint topoint t tpoint
point out that there was npthing re remarkable r rmarkable remarkable ¬
markable about the weather he was waskeeping waskeeping wa wakeeping
keeping tabs on and who could re remember remember remember ¬
member much worse If it helps to tothink tothink Ii I Ihink
think t that the weather beats all that thatwas thatwas tha I Iwas
was ever recorded recor ed for general cussed cussedness cussedncss cussedness
ness shall a prognosticator rob ua of ofthis ofthis o f ftins
this solace sola e Not for a moment It is isunprecedentedly isunprecedentedly i S Sunprecedentedly
unprecedentedly wet no matter what whatthe whatthe t
the records say sayGOVERNMENT sayGOVERNllENT sayGOVERNMENT >
GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP OF OFTHE OFTHE 01 01THE
THE RAILROADS RAILROADSPresident RAILROADSPresident RAILROADSPresident j
President Willard of the Baltimore Baltimoreand
and Ohio has recently made an address addressat
at Deer Park Par vhich ch indicates him to be beapprehensive beapprehensive beapprehensive
apprehensive of f government ownership ownershipof
of the railroads Such expressions ot ofapprehension otapprehension otapprehension
apprehension on the part of railroad railroadmen railroadmen railroadmen
men are becoming more and more fre frequent frequent Irequont ¬
quent quentIt
It is safe to presume that this coun country country country ¬
try is yet a long way from government governmentownership governmentoynersl1ip governmentownership
ownership But it rests with the rail railroad railroad railroe4 ¬
road managers m n gers themselves whether it itwill itwill itwill
will come aome eventually eventuallyCongress eventuallyQ eventuallyCongress
Congress Q ngress is just about to pass a arailroad arailroad arailroad
railroad bill whioh is a long advance advancein
in the direction of strict government governmentregulation governmentregulation governmentregulation
regulation It goes to much greater greaterlengths greaterlengths greaterlengths
lengths than n the Hepburn law It goes goesfarther goe3fartMr goeifarther
farther than any considerable number numberof numbeof numbcof
of men in Congress thought would ould be begone blone btgone ¬
gone one when the session opened Cer Certainly Certainly Certhinly ¬
tainly if this measure is contrasted contrastedwith contpswdwith contrastedwith
with the legislation discussed and andfinally andnally andthially
finally enacted on acted in 1906 it needs only a aglance aglkn aglknce
glance < re to see see there has been a long longstep longstep longstep
step ahead aheadIt aheadIt aheadIt
It is noticeable that in the course of oftbjs oftls f ft1
tbjs t1 is measure m ure through Congress there uherehas tJh therehas re rehas
has by oy y no nb means been the oppoit1on oppocltionom opotionfrom
om omi omth the th e railroads ra ilroads and friends of O the therailroads therzods
i
railroads rn o that was vas wa shown shO shOwnfour four our years le s I
a ago go Public men nave nave been to son somdegree so sodegree songree
degree de < 3 gree educated on the railroad ques question question queson ¬
t tion ti on They are showing more enlighten enlightenment enlightenment ¬
I ment m oat more grasp of it And railroad railroadmanagers railroadmnnagcrs railroadnagers
i managers ma nagers are more and more recog recognizing recognizing recogzing ¬
r nizing ni zing that they must submit to Gov Government Government Gornment ¬
e ernment er regulation regulationCan
Can the Government successfully successfullyregulate successfullyregulate successfullygulate
r regulate re the railroads and other car carriers carors
r riors ri ors T On the answer to this question questiondepends questionepends
depends d < J whether Government owner ownership own ownerip > r rship
ship sh ip shall come It is not improbable improbablethat
t that th at on the success or failure of the theery theery
v very ery ery legislation Congress is now pass passing passing passg
i ing lu g and such additions to it as will willcome willoome willme
c come co me in the next few years rests the thoquestion thequestion theuestion
question q < uestion of whether tho roads con continue continue connue ¬
t tinue ti nue to be owned privately or whether whetherthe whetherle
t the ti le public takes them over The people peopleof
c of o f the United States doubtless prefer preferto pr preferhave > fer ferto
t to have the roads in private hands handsI handsBut handsut
I I But B ut they will insist on square dealing dealingno deaIin deaIinno
i no n o matter how the have to secure it itThis itThis itThis
This is another way wa of saying in ineffect ineffect inffect
effect e that the railroad managers them themI themselves themlves
I a solves so lves can bring on Government owner ownership own ownerhip > r rI ¬
a ship I s iip or avoid oid it If I they will co cooperate coopemte coperate ¬
c operate with the Government G vornment in an anearnest anearnest anrnest
c earnest ea rnest effort to make regulation a asuccess asuccess auccess
success s and nottry not try to balk it Gov Government Government Govinent
ernment em inent ownership is far off Other Otherwise Otherwise Otherise ¬
wise w > ise advocates of ownership may m flI y be beexpected Iwexpected bexpected
c expected e steadily to increase It Itoticeable is isfiotkeable istotieeable
i fiotkeable ui oticeable that President Willard is isquoted isuoted
c quoted q uoted as ready and willing to accept acceptthe acceptthe accepte
t the th e idea of Government control controlNow controlNow
Now it 18 an aerial a rlal postal line that thatIs thatsuggested
j Is suggested Always up to date Repre Representatlve Representative ReproentaUve
sentatlve t Morris Sbeppard ef Texas Texasi Texa8bu
has h ah as come along with a proposal to es establish eIItabliah esabftsh ¬
tablish t an experimental aeroplane line linefor lmetor liner
j
for fo folu r the transportation tran portatlon of the mails mal dur during durIng durg ¬
ing lu g the present summer Mr 1 Sheppard Saeppardhas Shepparlbeen Sheppardas
has h as been stirred by recent aerial aerialachievements aerllaehlevementL aerialehlevements
ha
achievements a He thinks the Govern Government Government Governout ¬
ment sn sna out should keep k p abreast 1 of the times timesand timesancl timesnd
and a nd should by doing so encourage the thedevelopment thedeyelo theeveIoment
development deyelo d eveIoment ment of the airship for commer commercial coeretal commerlal ¬
cial e lal and practical purposes purposesSpeaker pu puSpeaker purposesSpeaker
Speaker Cannon Is still defiant bet betthe Htthe buthe
the t activity of the insurgents just at atpresent atpresent atresent
present p resent suggest ts that the Speaker will willdo wt1ldo willo
pd
do d o well to refrain for a week or so sofrom Mfrom sorom
from f rom any suggestions H XMt10DII of o hanging any anyof anyof anyf
of o f them themCongress themCongre themCongress
Congress is now talking of quitting quittingon
on o n June Junel 3 This promises to be a fatal fataldate tatldate fatalate
date d ate for a large number of good men menwho meAwho menbo
who w bo are confronted with the task bullegetting ef efetting f fgetting
getting g reelected reelectedWe
We can all remember when wb8llit It was con considered COIIklerod conderd ¬
sidered si derd a great thing for Orville Wright Wrlglrtto t tto
to fly from Fort Myer er to Alexandria AlexandriaEverybody A1exaDdrIaXerybody AlexandriaEverybody
Everybody Is said to be pleased pI with withthe wWtthe withhe
the t he new railroad bilL If this Is true truethat truetha trueat
that tha th at t bill should be studied closely closelyFive cIoMIyJhe closelyFive
Five thousand nd persons have joined the theantlktesing eantJkl8 thentikissing
antlktesing antJkl8 a lD < club in Cincinnati But Buttheydont Buttheydont Buteydont
theydont th say 1 bow old they the are areAnthony areAnthony areAnthony
Anthony J Draxeil Dr xtlll < jr will open a aschool a8ebool achool
school s and teach dying He Hey may give givelessons givek giveosoos
lessons Ic osoos in flying high highIt j jIt
It is quite true that the 4lipOttnd man mann I Ion I I
on o n the Fktsburg Plttabur jury did not get fat off oatIrt o orafL I Iraft
tIrt raft rafLThose r j I
tIrtTho8e I
Those butchers who are denouncing denouncingthe de Ga I Ithe
the t he Beef trust ought to carve It up up upAt upAt
At least Mr 1 1t Be BUsbcr ha 1u changed the thePresidents thoPre theresidents
Presidents P kM ts mind miad several times UmeeBraztl timesBrazil
Brazil got on the map me today by hav having havIng hasug ¬
ing l ug a a revolt revoltJune revoltJune revoltJune
June has lost uerself < again gainKNIGHTS againKNIGHTS I
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS PYTHIASHONOR PYTHIASHONOR PYTHIASHONORTHEIR
HONOR HONORTHEIR THEIR DEAD DEADMemorial DEADMemorial a aMemo I
Memorial Memo al Services Servic s Held Jointly by byAll byAI byAll
All Lodges in the theDistrict theDist theDistrict
District DistrictAt Dist ct ctAt
At the Joint annual memorial of ofKnights orKnights ofKnights
Knights of Pythias lodges of the Dis District District Digrict ¬
trict trict t held at the Pythian Temple last lastnight lastnight lastight
night n ight solemn services were held The Thememorial Thememorial Thememorial
memorial held for members who whohave whohaYe whoave
have h ave died during the past year was wasconducted wasconducted wasonducted
conducted c by grand rand officers of the theDistrict theDIstrIct theDistrict
District and Mt it Vernon Lodge No 5 5the 6the 5he
the t he eulogy being delivered by Repre Representative Reprosentatlva Repreontative ¬
sentative s Ralph D Cole of Ohio OhioIn OhioIn OhioIn
In very ery Impressive manner as each eachname eachname eachname I
name was read twice by the grand grandkeeper grandkeeper grandkeeper I
keeper of the records Henry J Gas Gasson Gasson Gason
I
son s on a light was extinguished this thiscontinuing thiscontlnu thisonUnuin I
continuing c contlnu n until the entire roll was wascompleted vascompleted I Iompleted
completed c after which in electric electriclights electricIlghts electricights
cl lights l was spelled out the single word wordPeace wordPeac wordPeace I
Peace PeaceOFFICIALS PeacOFFICIALS PeaceOFFICIALS
OFFICIALS ELECTED ELECTEDIN ELECTEDr
IN VIRGINIA TOWN TOWNVIENNA TOWNNA TOWNVIENNA r
VIENNA NA Va June 15 iAt At the mu municipal municipal municipal ¬
nicipal election held here today the thefollowing thetoll tlufollowing
following toll owIng officials were chosen Mayor MayorGeorge MayorGeorge MayorGeorge I
George King town clerk James Allan Allantreasurer Allantreasurer i itreasurer
treasurer E W Pierce and town town8e towrerreant I Isenreant
senreant 8e s eant Clinton Horstman The fol following tollowIng foIlowing ¬
lowing citizens were also elected to tosrve tosrve tcsrve
srve on tho town council Messrs MessrsLelth MessrsLeIth MessrsLeith
LeIth Voelcker Leonard Hoge HageCoumbe HogeCoumbe
Coumbe Freeman
E Second in Class I
j
J
i
I
Harris 01 Ewing EwingCKESWELL EY EwiegCRESWELL c cCRESWELL
CRESWELL GARLIWGTONT GARLIWGTONTOf GARU1GTON
Of Washington D C Graduated To Today Today ¬
day From United States Military MilitaryAcademy MilitaryAcademy MilitaryAcademy
Academy At West Point PointWith PobatWith
With Honors HonorsTM5 HonorsSECRETARY
SECRETARY OF WAR WARTALKS AR ARTALKS
TALKS TO fl CADETSSoldier CADETS UDETCSoldier
Soldier Presidents Exam Examples Examples Exampies ¬
ples Cited CitedWashington CitedWashingtonGraduate Washington WashingtonGraduate VashingtonGraduate
Graduate Second SecondWEST SecondWEST SecondWEST
WEST POINT N Y June J K iThe iTheor The Theexample
iLTheI
example of CoL Theodore e Roosevelt as asone 5CM I
one of the several Presidents whom the thefortunes thetort 1
theI
fortunes tort of war had boosted into the theWhite theWhIte theWhit I
White House was h ht bld 4d up to the grad graduating pad1Iattn gradnatteeg ¬
uating class of the Military Academy to tohis to today today
day b by Seeretary oC War Dickinson bI bIhila iscommeuceinent
his commencement co t address addressThe a4dreaThe addressFbe
The war of the evolution UeYOlutJoa he said saidelevated saideleva1ed
elevated to the Presidency Prt Washington Washingtonthat Waabtnctonthat
that of 1812 Jackson that with Mexico MexicoTaylor MexicOTaylor MexiecTaylor p
Taylor that between the States Grant Grantand Grantand
and that with Spala Roosevelt Al Although A1tho ¬
though tho their ascension IUIeeIUIlonto to the Presidency Presidencydid Pre JcJeae7 JcJeae7did P
did not follow Immediately IlIUDedlatel upon their theirmilitary thetisalUtary
military ser e th thr re can be no doubt doubtthat doubtthat doubithat
that the rep rep reptIon tkMu gained in arias by bythe b bthe
the two Harrisons JtarI and Hayes Hay were po potent p0tent ¬
tent factors in raising ra them to that high higheface hIg hIgeLee h he L
eface e The Tb navy is behind ta Its ItaDeubtIeA gimia uoca uocaDeubUes
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DeubUes the Secretary of the Navy Navyuaa Navyu Nav Navoin r
uaa u a explain satisfactorily It may fol follow follow ¬
low < w the army armyWhere armyWh armyWhere
Where < e will you find in the history h of ofany orany ol
olI
any people such a record Of private and aadimbite andM1b1tc an I
public M1b1tc virtue as has been shown wn by our ourmilitary ourJ1I11tary r
military men who have held the Chief ChiefMagistracy ChiefMa ChleiMagistracy t
Magistracy Ma Their fortune was excep exceptional exceptional exceptional ¬
tional but not their Qualities among amongthe amongthe S Sthe
the soldiers of whom they were expon exponents exponeats ¬
eats 1 There must t be an apex to every everypyramid ever r
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pyramid but because it is highest t it itdoes Itdoes I t
does not necessarily n ty differ in essentials essentialsfrom e entl1sfrom essentlabfrom C
from that by which It te sustained sustainedIn tbMd tbMdIn
In concluding he said that the system systemof ay I
syMenI
of If military education In this country eountrylftSUrpassed is ismsurpessed Ii Iisasurpassed I
msurpessed anywhere in the world worldHeadiagthe worldHeadlngthe woel woelHeadinathe
Headiagthe list of graduates is Fred Frederick Frederick Frederich ¬
erick S Strong of Troy Tro N Y Cross Crosswell Cr Crosswell M Mwi
well Il aGrtiagton of Washington D C Cis Cois CAs
is reooad reooadThe feCOncLThe eooiidThe
The next eight graduatesIn graduates In order of ofmerit ofmerit oi oimerit
merit are William C Sherman Vsl1 Vsl1doeta VI VIdoIIt Viidoefa
doeta Ga Daniel D Pullen New York Yorkcity Y You Youcity or1c or1ccity
city Carey H Brown Zanesville Zane vUIe Ohio OhioOscar OhioOscar OhioOscar
Oscar N Sohlberg New York Yo city cityBeverly cityBeverly cityBeverly
Beverly C Dunn New York city Don Donald Donald Donaid ¬
ald H Connelly Carmel CaL Raymond RaymondF RaymonF
F Fowler Dewitt Neb James G B BLampert BLampert BLampert
Lampert Osbkosh Wb WbEightytwo WisEightytwo
Eightytwo cadets rec rCdveti tved their com commissions cornmissions ¬
missions mls as second nd lieutenants at the thegraduating thegra4uatlng usgrss4uating
graduating exercises e8 today Gen Wal Walter ¬
Walt
ter te Howe commanding commn the Department Departmentof D pertmeat t
of the th East was among the distin distinguished dtstiBplshetl iistinguished ¬
guished visitors visitorsA
A reunion of the Association of Grad Graduates Graduate rad raduates ¬
uates wax wa u held yesterday at which whichGen whichGeB whiciGen
Gen Horace Porter presided The Thegraduation Thegraduatlon Th Thgraduation
graduation ball was held at Memorial MemorialHall remorialHall emorM 1 1Hall
Hall last night nightACCUSED nightACCUSFD nightACCUSED
ACCUSED OF BANK ROBBING ROBBINGLOS
LOS ANGELES June 36 1iTames James E EWoodbury E EWoodbury FWoodbury I
Woodbury unler un ier arrest on a charge chargeof e eof
of passing DS bad checks has been Went identified 1 11ed ¬
fied ed as J E Marcell who is alleged ii iit I
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launch carrying tcur men caught fire fireand fir flrand a aand i
and sank a mile and a a half off Addieon Addieonstreet Add on a astreet
street when the gasolene tank explod exploded L Led ¬ I
ed All the occupants were rescued I
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youll oull find its all a question of of oresults results Advertisements which whichproduce whichproduce whichproduce
produce results are the only ones which answer their purpose To Toeconomize Toeconomize Toeconomize
economize by paying little or nothing for your classified adver advertising advertising advertising ¬
tising is to economize on your results resultsyou you get liftle or nothing
in reply and the whole purpose of your advertising is lost lostThe lostThe lostThe
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results r lts are posiuverwhere positive where they come quickly and in the great greatest greatest greatest ¬
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Rev R v R F Brooks Will WillPerform WillPerform
Perform Ceremony Cere ony at St StThomas StThomas StThomas
Thomas Church ChurchMiss ChurchAiss
Miss Ethel MacMurray to toAttend toAttend
Attend Sister as Maid Maidof Maidof Maidof
of Honor HonorMiss
Miss 111 Edna Aliens MaeMnrray MaeMnrraydaughter MacMurraydaughter aeMrraydaugbter
daughter of Mrs MacMurray and aadlate the thelate thelate
late Major Juntas W MacMurray U US US
S A will b be married to Capt James Jamesiarsons J J1auons
iarsons Robinson ROb I 1dOD Coast Artillery ArtilleryCorps ArtlU Cy CyCorps
Corps U S A this afternoon at 4iW 4iWoclock 43eoclock 43 43oclock
oclock In St ThonW Theme Church ChurchTh ChurehThe ChurchThe
Th The ceremony cert = mony wbldi will be at attended ¬
tended by a a large ard ar d fashionable fashionableaudience t ts
s audience will be pfriormed by the theilev Utetev the11ev
ilev R R F Brooks of St Pauls BaalsChurch PaulsChurch PaulsChurch
Church Albany N Y assisted t4Hl by the theRev thelev
Rev C Ernest Smith rector of St StThomas StThomas
Thomas Palms smilax and clusters clustersof etteor
of white blossoms bl will adorn a tb tbchurch the thechurch thechurch
church for tb the occasion occasionThe oceaaiOBTbe
The bride will wear a gown of WAiteaaUn whitsatin whit
satin trimmed with rare old lace lacewhich Jaeewhich
which adorned her mothers wedding weddingdress weddingdr
dress dr and a lone lo tulle tuU veil arranged arrangedwith arraDgedwith arrangedwith
with a coronet of orange blossoms blossomsHer 1 I0M0Ift8Her
Her bridal bouquet will be a shower showerof boweroC
of o f lilies 1m of the valley valleyJohn TaneyJohn valleyJohn
John Van Antwerp MacMarray MacMarraysecond MacKurrayMeGn4l
second s secretary of the American em embassy emblul
barney blul y at St Petersburg will escort escorthis ueortbta
his h is sister tel and give Kiv her in marriage marriageMiss marrlaleKlaa
Miss Ethel MaeMurray who will be beher Debel beher
her sisters maid of honor will wear weara wearblue
a a blue chiffon gown with a hat t of the thesame tbeame
ame s shade de Two little cousins of the thebride Utebride
bride Kate JEaston and Edward EdwardEastoa EdwardEawu EdwardBastes
Bastes third of Albany will be flow flower ftower flower ¬
er girl and page They will wear wearwhite wearwblte
white whiteCapt wblteCapt
Capt Arthur L Fuller Coast Ar Artillery AxUllery Artitlery ¬
tillery U S S A will be best man for forCaptain torCaptaln
Captain Robinson and the ushers will willbe willbe willbe
be Capt Percy P Bishop Capt Mer Merwin Kerwin Merwin
win C Buckey BuckeyLieut Capt Fred 1 L Perry PerryLleut
Lieut Edward N Woodbury and Dr DrRobert DrRobert DrRobert
Robert W Kerr all if the Coast Ar ATtillery ArUllery
tillery U S S A and Russell T Mount MountA
A reception In the tII home of the thebrides thehr1c1e thebud
brides bud mother on Massachusetts ave avenue ayenue ¬
nue will follow the ceremony at t the thechurch e echurch
church and later ir 1 Iri the evening Cap p ptam ¬
tain tam Robinson aid ld his bride will willleave willJeY9 Wiltleave
leave for an extended wedding wed ms trip tripAfter tripAfter
After August IS they will reside at atIort atort
Lost ort Howard MiL > 1 where Captain CaptainRobinson CaptalBRoblASOIl
Robinson is now stationed stationedCommander atatlODecLoi
oi oiCom
Commander Com VassWeir naval val attache attacheof attidof I
of the he Russian embassy and Mate Vas Vassitten V Vs Vansifteff
sitten win leave Washington today 1 for forManchester f fMaacbftlter loshinuchester
Manchester Mass where they will re remmia re reJ rebmia
mmia J during the summer SWIIIDerCieHeial manse manseGeneral ooaisons ooaisonGeBdral
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General Edwards EdwardsGees EtlwardsGHI
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Gen Clarence R a Edwards has gem gaeto gemto C
to Cleveland Ohio to neet Mrs Bd JIdwar Bdwards d dwards
wards and their young daughter Miss MissEdwards nEdW a aEdwards
Edwards a who have been vistttog tavre tavreOn tIhreOft
On June X they will l sail front San SanFranciseo SaaFraaeJ8eo SalFrancisco I
Francisco for the Philippines PhilippinesGeneral Pb1UpptM0eDeral
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General Davis and Miss In Davis have haveclosed bay bayckNled havclosed
closed their apartment in the Connecti ConnectiBefore ComIeetIwhere
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cut where thel the spent the wInter ad adve an anbuve t
buve ve gone to New ow CaIIaaa for tAe mm I IRMI
RMI Before returning ret to Washington Washingtonin W WIn WsWngtoir mmS S
in the fan General Davis J YI win go o for foran foraa fo foan r
an extended Western tour tourMtes tourX1INI
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Mtes Margaret arpret Haaaa will leave leaveWashington eaveWhln iae 0
Washington Whln < ton today f fwhen for New ew York free tromwherr a
when she IIh will sail Thursday for forBaeros tOlBuer fo foBue r
Baeros Buer HI Ayres with wtt a a delegation from fromthis fromthk
this country in Connection DDeetion with the thePanAmerican thePaaAmeric tJ tJPanAmerican a
PanAmerican n conference Miss Banna Bannawho Han Hanwho Hanuwho
who goes as a translator from the theState theState tb tbI
State Department has bee bees detailed detailedthree detailedthr detalinthree I
three thr times previously by the depart department department ¬
ment in this th capacity capacityMr capsettyMr
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Mr aDd Mrs John F Patton have haveissued haveJ barisnud
issued cards for the marriage < e of tbeir tbeirdaughter t 1teIrdau
daughter dau Miss Nannie May Patios to toWalter toWafter t tWalter 0
Walter Wolverion Woly on Stockton The red redding ed eddin ¬
ding win take place on th the evening of ofWednesday orWean 0 0a E
Wednesday Wean ay June at S oclock in inSC inSt ii iiI a
St Johns Protestant Episcopal Church ChurchGeorgetown ChurchGeorgetown ChurchGeorgetown I
Georgetown D C CSALUTE cSALUTE CSALUTE
SALUTE TO FLAG FLAGGIVEN FLAGGIVEN
GIVEN BY WOMEN WOMENMrs T
Mrs Ellen Spencer Museey Tent Tt TtenlNo nt ntXo
No 1 Daughters of Veterans heltf heI < In Intereetlmg Intere5Ua
tereetlmg tere5Ua Flag Day exercises last lastnight la8tnltbt lastnight
night Senator W B Heyburn ef efIdaho DrIdaho ofIdaho
Idaho delivered the address addressThe ad addressThe re sThe
The program opened wlthan Invoca Invocation In Intioa invocation ¬
tion by the Rev U IL 1 B Pierce let followed tollowed letlowed ¬
lowed by a greeting from Miss M MGeaevieve XGe MGenevieve
Genevieve Ge > evleve Spencer ire president ldent of the thetent tJMtEnt tetent
tent A pretty feature f the exercises exerciseswas M
was the salute to the flag by b the theDaughters theDaughters
Daughters of Veterans and the audi audience HIeace aedfonce ¬
once Mrs Ella 1a Harriman Melvin Melviasang Melvinsang
sang an original number entitled ntltIMMy O OMy
My America and Miss Emojean New Newland Newland
land also sang Col John A Joyce Joyceread JoycerEiotld Joyceread
read a poem composed for the coca occasion OOCslon cocaslon ¬
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JAPANESE DRIVEN OUT OUTDARRINGTON OUTDARRINGTON
DARRINGTON Wash June K iA ILAmob A Amob
mob of l ice 1 white men ordered all the theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese laborers employed In the plant olantof
of ottb f the United States Lumber Company Companyto
to leave town The They saw them board a atrain atrain atrain
train for Co Seattle SeattleWhats Se SeattleWhats We WeWhats
Whats on the Program m mWashington in inWi1Sl inWs1zutzgton
Washington WashingtonTonight Wi1Sl Ws1zutzgtonTonight ngton ngtonTonight
Tonight TonightEastern TonightEastern TonightEastern
Eastern High School OOISenlor Senior class ex exercises exercises cxercises ¬
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and dramatic entertainment 8 p m mAmusements mAmusements inAmusepients
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Casino CasinoMOtIOn Motion pictures and an vaudeville vaudevilleCosmos vaudevIlleCosmo vaudevilleCosmosMottOn
Cosmos CosmosMottOn Motion pictures and vaudeville vaudevilleMasonic vUldevilleasonl vaudevilleMasoflc
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Georgetown Open Air Thoaler ThOterilottOil ThOterilottOilDktures TheaterMotionpictures Motloi Motloipictures
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tures turesLuna turesLuna LuresLuna
Luna Park ParkMusic Music and vaudeville vaudevilleChevy vaudevlIIaChe vandeiIlechevy
Chevy Che Chase Lake LakeSection Section of Marine MarineBnd MarineBcld MarineBand
Band BndChesapeake BcldCh BandChesaPeake
Chesapeake Ch eake Beach BeachJJoardvaJk Boardwalk attrac attractions attractions ¬
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The T e Times Tfn will be Teased eased to announce announcemeetInl18 announcemeetings
meetings and entertainments ontert 1mentS In this col column column
umn Phone or write ouncementsJ an n
Mrs Henry and Daughter DaughterLeave DaughterLeave DaughterLeave
Leave for Atlantic City CityMrs
Mrs J WIlliam Hoary and her littlfl littlfldaughter U Udaugbter I1tt1aaughter
daughter d MJse MJ Mi Anita Henry left Wash Washington W Wlfton Washgton ¬
ington In Injo gton this morning for Atlantic CIty to tojoin tojoin toin
join jo in Mr Henry nry who made the trip by byautomobHe 117UomobHe lyutomobile
automobHe a s 1 hey will spend several severalweeks sevr1we severaleeks
aw
weeks w ka la Atiartte City and will thea g gto gto go gothe
to the Adirondack for aa extended decl stay stayRear MayI MayBear y yRoar
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Rear Admiral AdmIralsazsd aDd Mrs Heatpbttl He and and3tyss andiIMJ ands
3tyss M iIMJ s Heatpatll wW wJlleye leave WasMagtea W te t8 toorrow
morrow 1IN m orrow rrow for their cottage at North Hat Hatley Hatley Haty
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ley la y Canada CanadaMr C8Da4IaYr
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Mr and Mrs G Gebert GlLert bert H Gresveaor Gresveaorwill GroneAOrwm
will w ill dose their Washington residence rosidoneeand r ratI
and a nd accompanied ace bv h l their children e tldrea will willSO wmSO
SO g o to their summer piece in int inMr Canada CanadaMr
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Mr aad d Mrs Garrfcon A Medlaiock Medlaiockwill Mo4tockhil ok okwill
will w hil remain in WasMagton until after fterM8
Congress C ongress M8 M8in adjowras adjowrasMrs
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Mrs in John MeHaeaay is apaadlag sev several mvial ¬
eral s 1 weeks touring ia the N NStatea > New w gaglsad gaglsadStates Baglandates
States s ates She Sb will be Joined later ay Mr Mrcllbenay
Mcllheaay McllheaayMrs XcllbemayIrs M cllbenay
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Mrs Sanford Kettogg and her dsaigater h nghtr nghtrrs gW
Mrs M rs Andrew Bradley are speadtag sev several ¬
era o ral weeks week In Atlantic City before gate gateto galago
to t o the White Sulphur Springs SiIr W Va Va 1
for f or the remainder of the season seasoaMi Ha80ILMi8s seasonis
Mi Mi8s M is s Wade WadeG4 WadeG Wadeoes
G4 G oes > e te Atlantic City CityMiss CityXIa CityMiss
Miss Margaret Wade left Washing Wa Washingon ia1agton j
ton t on today for a months stay at At AtaaUc j
laatie l City She will spend the re remafader remalnder reainder
mafader m of the summer lIUIter la the mona atovataias monaalus
taias t of f Feaaaylvaaia Feaaaylvaaiai PD h hXr I
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Mrs Xr Joba F Rodgers left Washing Waai ag
ton t on YeMerdar for f York ork Harbor Me Mewhere Me
where w here sae abe will willMrs spead the tbeKrL summer
+ 1 1Mrs
Mrs John OAn Livingston BMUe of
Shepherd S street Cnery Chase win wifitertaln 8D 8Dtertaln enertain
tB tertaln t at a tea la 2 honor of Miss Misseatle 1
Beatie B eatle of Atlanta AtJaa Ge Gc Friday after afterMr tternoon afteroon
noon n oon from 4 to i oeIoek oeIoekXr
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Mr aDd Mrs F P B Sands and Miss MiscJane JIUNJane Missne
Jane J ne Sands will close their Q street streetresidence streetr streetesidence
residence r shortly and will go to their theirplace tWre theirlace
place p lace e on Long Island for or the summer
Miss 188 Sands will spend the summer summerat BalBlD8rat
at a t Murray Bay Canada with Mrs
Charles CharI C W MeFee MeFeeMrs laMri MeFeeMrs
Mrs ri > Horace Weetoott will leave
Washington early ia 1 July for a visit visito
to t o Mrs William B Hibbs at the lax 1sters
tel t ers country place p at Leesburg Lee b Va
Later in I the summer Mr aad Mrs
Weetoott W 8 tcott will make ke a series of visits visitson
on the North Shore e before Wilt joining
Mrs Westcotts We mother at York Har ¬
her
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Mrs Aulfek Palmer and Miss Palmer Palmerwttl Paimeswill
will leave ye Washington OB June 31 i for
Bar Harbor where they the will be joined jotaedPalmer I Iater
later l J the theto seances to toXr by Xr Palmer PalmerClMed PaNterMrgan PalmerNrgan
Mrgan R Rsidence RsidenceClosed eaee eaeeCloNed
CloNed for Summer SHraaerDr
Dr and Mrs James J DudIer Morgaa Morgaahave Xorp1ihave Moegashave
have dosed their residence oa MoTher MePaerson MoTherisit
son square e aDd accompanied a by their theiryoung tMkOWl theisyoung
young daughter and song have e gone to toChevy toCAevy tcChevy I
Chevy Chase for the Its 81UIUDerXn summer season seasonMrs I
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Mrs Ordway aDd her graaddaa Pllil grsn4danghtee grsn4danghteeMiss hter ter terJIIa
Miss Padetford who have peat SEW SEWl seessal
l jMtnths ta Maryland sane sanenapol Aa Aaaapolis JIaapol
aapolis will return to WashIngton W tMs tMsweek t I IWeh
week and reopen their apartment ta ta9teo litSteD L LSiemitsigh
9teo Siemitsigh > eiga Court CourtDr CotirtDr Courtand
Dr and Mrs Prank I 1 Fleadwell have havedosed hveeloeed havedosed
dosed their apartment ta the Marl MarlIK Mdh Marlborough
borough h aDd have gone to Newport Newportp I
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wife and daughters of o Representative RepresentativeRichard Repr8MDtttftRlc S
Richard L Wayne Parker Park will leave leaveWashington JeYeWa8hiagton leavWashington S SS I
Washington Thu T Thursay y for Orace Orange N J JRepresentative
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I Representative Re entatiYe Parker F r win Join them themwhen themwhen theewhen I I
when Congress adjourns adjournsCol adJourDLCol
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Col and Mrs Moateomery on UgOSDerT Maconab Maconabwill Xaoombw1U acomi acomiwIl S
will wIl close their th lr residence oa New NewHampshire NowI NeaC I
Hampshire avenue the latter van < of ofJuly otJaW o oJul C
I July Jul Mrs Maeomb wilt go to New Newport Newport w ¬
port port for the remainder r of the season seasonand MMOQad seasonand
and Colonel Xacomb win s p oa a W We Westcen eet tem eetera
era tour of ofMrs mepectiea mepectieaMrs inepectsnSpencer
Mrs Spencer SpencerLe5ves SpeRCerLe SpencerLeves
Le5ves Le ves for Tuxedo TuxedoMrs TuxedoI TuxedoMrs
I Mrs Samuel Spencer dosed her real I
on Maaoachaeetts avenue today todayand tcHiayI toda r
and went to her summer place at Tux Tuxedo T Tedo ¬ I
I I edo Park for the summer TuxI
Business Doctor DoctorBy
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That lady who just justwent justweIt jeistwent
XThat went oat o told yo yothat CHI CHIthat youthat
that Mrs Smith Smithhad SmIthhad Smithhad
had referred her to toyou toycg toyou
you Right there thereyou tbeeYOU thereyou
you should have used every bit of In Ingenuity ingenuity ingenuity ¬
genuity you possess po to find out which whichMrs whichMrs ch chMfs
Mrs Mfs Smith it was aad where she lived livedThen 1ftThen hivedThen
Then before you closed this place te tenight t tnight tonight
night you should have written Mrs MrsSmith 1rsSmith MrsSmith
Smith a nice little note telling her that thatthe thtthe thatthe
the lady had been in at her sugge4tiOtt sugge4tiOttand
and that you appreciated this evidence evidenceof
of her kindly feeling feelingIt
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It makes no difference who this Mrs MrsSmith IlrsSmitb MrsSmith
Smith is she would appreciate the note noteIf noteIe noteIC
If she Is In the Four Hundred she will willconsider willOODsider willconsider
consider herself a sort of a patroness patronessof
of your place and will send other of ofher orhe ofher
her friends If she lives in the alley alleyback alleykck slimyhack
back of Herkimer street it is Hkely that thatshe thatshe
she 8 O dont get a letter once a year sad aadshe adshe sadhe
she he will be all the more moreThere pleased pleasedThere phasedThore
There is no other method that I know knowof kno knoof knowof
of that will start people working wor for fo you youwithout YtMlwithout youwIthout
without a aTake salary salaryTake salaryTake
Take your own case for example exampleYou ecampleYou exampleYou
You have ave sent your friends to butchers butchersbakers 1MItebersbakers butchersbakers
bakers and candlestick Ue makers and I Idoubt Idoubt Idoubt
doubt very much If you ever received receivedsuch receivedsuch receivedsuch
such a note in your life lifeHad lifeHd
Had such a one come to you from fromyour froDayour treesyour
your tailor the last time you sent him hima
a customer dont you y think it would wouldhave wouldbve wouldhave
have made an 3 impression on you youyou Doatj Doatjyou Doa Doayou
you think t lalc you would have Wen please pIeBsed pIeBsedIts piessesIt pleaseIts
Its It s a habit that will pay plethoric plethoricdividends
dividends on the time and postage in tovested invested inreeled I
vested and there is no business or pro profession profes8len protension ¬
tension to which it is not adaptable adaptableIn
In addition to all these things it Is Iscommon Iscommon iscommon
common courtesy and w when eB ever any anyman anyman anyman
man in any business bu s fails to de the thecourteous UMcourteous thecourteous
courteous thing be has made a business businessmistake businessmistake e emi
mistake mistakeAnent mi mistakeAneat tzke tzkeAnent
Anent loose leaved ledger systems SJStemsprominent a aprominent aprominent
prominent manufacturer said I com
Mrs Olcott to Leave Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington Tomorrow for forthe forthe forthe
the Summer SummerWife SummerI SummerWife SummerWife
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Wife of Member of theHouse the theHouse theHouse
House Going G ing to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York YorkJlrI
3 Mrs is OtooU rite elfe of Rayecaotattve R9IKeOlcott RerssmMatlvelcoct RayecaotattveOieott
Oieott O lcoct win leave Washington W tomorrow tomorrowfor w wtor
for j ot Now W York where Repc sentadue s Batr e C4 C4cott Olcott 01ott
cott c ott will join her at tie eos eI of Con Congress COIlgrflSlr Coltross ¬
gress g ross and th they r wilt a tb that n r make thlr thlrdefinite tb1rde4DIte 3e 3eefinite
definite d plans for the TCLKiadar r ef f th thsoouner the theer thesummer
summer soounerJune erJIUM summerJune
June 22 ± Mrs Oieott will attend the thewe theiI theedding
we iI w Miiiy of her onsets Miss Mat Hack HackMrs 1Iadtstair Backa
stair M a and Dr John oba 11 B WGk WdIkar at Zest EutH8M ZestHampton
H8M Hampton to L I L I IMrs
to toXn
Mrs Buggies a aadMhe d Mtee Aims Rvf po powill Ruggles Ruggleswik iee ieew
w will accompany Mrs Iz Oieott to New NewTb NewTon NewYork
Ton tomorrow and will be her DNIItS ests estshere
here t for a week or tea days daysThe Jk JkThe
Tb The ambassador am N br of Mexico exim wfll tab
JiM h uh the h h dqwariwa adq arters of the th csalniiijj y at t
Magnolia for tb the summer after a trip
to t o Canada upon whictt he will fee ac acThe Be
conpuued c 10 several Jlk1 menibee > ec the
embu at atThe sta staTb
atr r
The Tb Honorary Attache of the Chinese ChineseLegation ObifleseLegatos
Legation aDd Mme Henry K K Ckan Ckanha CIaaDc ang
ha baTe returned w Washington a slime r a
brief b rief sojourn Joura In New l lGeIIeral ew + York YorkGeneral TortO
General O DOeSLI sad Mrs Henry G Sharp arpe
win remain ai In Washington tutCU Ute lat latseries
ter t ee pan ot July or earl lit August
when they will 50 to New Test fOr a
series ae e of visits alone along < the Hudson They
will also spend some time In Canada a
before returning to Washington WashtegteS WashtegteJasttoe w wt WashingtonJustice
t S
v Justice Seth Shepard has cIo e3ose his histog
aJahusette bUHtta avenue 1 residence 1BCl and 18
speed elidiag tog some time In Alabama 1 Miss
Caroline Ine G Shepard who is visiting in
New York wttljoto 1 join her a taUter nSortl nSortlShepard shortly
Durliaathe During the latter part olAg1 of August t J1IStlct
and 1 Mim Shepard will go to Muss
ehosetts for a few weeKB weeKBtne weear weeaJ
r 4 4Mrs
Mrs J Sigabee wife oC Rear Admiral
S1pbee has dosed their agartmeat in
the Wyoming Wy llllq and has gone to XL Gcet Gcettare
1Ia na PL where she will spend tile sum
mer merXrL
Mrs BTbana aa4 and KIII Co C Rep1turn
tare goRe to their summer iinimu ataee ae at N Ness w
Ljaoon London Conn where they wW 0 b
JollIed later m bI the seasoaM senses Dy MIlS T Tr Tt TS Ref
burn s bn General CMIIMr CMIIMrXrs CreulerMrs
Mrs r A S w WortJ ° rtlifB a ton who left
Washington t for New York reeentlv
has ha sailed for
Europe where she will 111 I
join ta tavhr vhr her d1 daughter hr XJ PIeocenc erenc
Worthington Worthln ton In Paris Miss Worth
tagton OD who has been abroad studyln
for the last J1 ye year < ir will total tM Cent
nt ent with her mother and will j INob rob
ably remain abroad
another year as 3
she he was unable to eefapiete her hercourse he
course e this year owing to Ute flood fleedis AeedMiM floodMissclarke
is Missclarke MissclarkeT Clarke ClarkeT
T Wed We ANte Deverees DevereesMiwt DevereuxMba
Mba ElIzabeth Clarke 4a dasebter wer e ter of ofMrs o oMrs
Mrs Matthew W Clarke wM w Be m mried mar marto marsled
sled to Ashton DeverevK of Pxttadei Pxttadeion PWladeon i
on Thursday July 7 at Scranu Scran
ton u Pa PaMra PaJ1fi3 PaMrs
Mrs Clarke and the Misses Missesj Clarke Clarkewho Clerkewho
who j have h e eDt the winter IB Wash WashmjctOR WashwUl Washincton
mjctOR will dose their snartmeat In Inthe Inthe Inlist
the Connecticut aDd leave te4a tetIaQ for forera
New York where they wm mend see
era oral weeks before JOIDt cola to their ho home
in Scranton for the weddtecr After the theweddrac theweddtn
weddrac Mrs Clarke and Miss Clarke
wUl jro to York t Harbor r Me for the
remainder of the summer mmer retnrarair to t
Washington Wasbl OII In the falL
The weddhu ceremony wilt be per ¬
formed by Arcabisheo Ryan R of Phfla
deloh MluhiL an uncle of the brMeeroom In
the brides home Mr Deverenx and
his bride will ao abroad for the sum ¬
mer and upon their Ir return will reside re
In Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMr Ph
Mr 1 I Deverlux > everCTUc IK a son of Mrs Ed
mund nd S Bowen of Philadelphia and of
the late Judge Devereux of St Louis LouisThe LoiuIThe LouisThe
The minister from Norway N aad a Mme
p GMe de and ndthe the Miseee es G Guaeo de left W Wash h
fcli1 11911 U today ayJor to the WJIIte e SHiehur
Springs W Vs where
they w wilL re re ¬
main a for two months monthsw meuthsJustice
Justice aDd Mrs Charles H Rob
have w closed their apartment la the
Roc a and have goae to their ir
summer home at Falmouth Mass M
meuccd Ja a modest WQ In n 5iIL is ly I
Ant rst ledcer bald WW Lt QMCM and k also
held two years work The third year
a elude leaser led = would not held one
years work At t the end of t 4e ten years
we had a big shelf bowed la the middle
from the weight t of massive tomes full
of old dead and COBS oe xcoewats But Butthe Butwith
with the dawuheg WDlDJ oC the DeW ceotury
the loose leaf l f method was installed and
exclusively used The typewriter typawri rlter was
then made to furafoh h a fares oortion uorti OJ 0
the entries In
trfoUcate thus savinf say via la
bortoufi cooyiair from book to book and
reducing recluctD toe errors to a minhmirr mlnlm R At Attermed
first we were a hUla sky eC what we
termed their fads aad a fancies fanciesprinted tJ1 thseinted
printed > form the metal starker etc etcof
but each baa ks = Place e in ue 8COROm coonomy
of scteatine aoc aceotaa aesountluir ttatfa r and we would
DOt aow be
wIt
a stasie one of
them theatThe t themThe eM eMThe
The buyer who w Q falls to keen a record recordrecehred recordeither
either card or index or loose lent Md lednerof
of of ue 1 rlces said Ill for tM arttcIe8 be
buys Is not giving 11 his enmloyer 781 value valuereceived
received tyed for his salary They may be
Indexed either under the firm BUM of oftide
the MIler 0 under the name of Ute tii ar se
tide iwrrfaased The latter ulan is to
be areferretrae it eaables testaataneous testaataneousEvery I118taDtaneousCOIBDrl isstanneousEvery
COIBDrl ou ouEvery
Every peaay spent with the laundry laandrjDMta Jrrmttll laundryman
man Is wisely wt spent People are most aiostItkaly mostJ1kely moOtflcely
Itkaly to Judge you by your personal personalappearance pecsoaalppenLBCe personalapge
appearance apge rance Your collars aDd cub are arethe aepart arepert
part or the sign 011 have out to tell 1eilthe tellthe
the public what you are A ateveeiy ateveeiydrococd 3IoviydreMd alovevuydressed
dressed man generally does his work workin workI werzIn
in I life ma hi bia a stoveaty manner elM col coltars COllars ccimrs
tars and dean cu cu s cost too Itttie to tobe tobe tobe
be neglected ne leeted 0 deanimoasj is nest to toLook tog te tegodliness
g godliness godlinessLook 111M86Look
Look around aa tLIIIII d make a n note 4e of ofthings the thedo thetlriRgs
things 7t ww 40 it you s MMe MMeone
one 00 to do them Ihr you sat dt than go godo goThere
do them yourself i iThere IrJa
There rJa to only sl one tenatea terndnalsoet nalR8 a to toesn anexcota isnenversadsu
esn nexcota ersetMH between a buofaooa bssine s1III1 s1III1and atan atanand n nand
and big client Its Thank you YOU

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