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Btmn nadaye dorto during g Ute month ef July 1 was was3J1710 WIUDl ensm71n
3J1710 Dl no all capita a pks Wt ft wen wer add r tJqents i tvrac4 fcr fcracents Y Yltved1deed
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loner or Mbart period erl 4 daring darm fie fietmmer thett < b bKciamer
tt Kciamer tmmer can Save The Time Timemailed Xh Timestralied cw cwmal1ed
mailed te them at the rate ofthirty el eltttrty a1Ullrty
tttrty ccat ceata a month or seven sevencents sevencent sevencents
cents a week Addresses DUly be bechanced bedlanaed bethanred
chanced as often as a dcmlreu All Allmall Allall AllBali
mall all subscriptions abacrh oaa mast be paid jralJta paltlIs paidto
ta advance advanceAITTOISTS aclvzuaeeAUTO
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AITTOISTS AUTO STS BACKWARD BACKV ARD ABOUT ABOUTCOMDMG ABOUTCOMING ABOUTCOMING
COMING FORWARD FORAVARDThe PORV FORWARDTht ARD ARDThf
The records at thaJMstriet trieshoW Building Bmkteagshow Buildingalloy
show there are about f 100 BOO motor ve veHcles ftJ1ic1es vehicles
Hcles in the District of CohiBibia Per PertAps hrbaps Perhaps
tAps 1000 of tneee are Motorcvdes MOtoreydesaad MOtoreydesaadcars motorcydes and andhaps andcars
cars used f eenmerasl Wil c parpnes Pw Pwhaps Perhaps
haps the owners af C 1000 Kcr AS r U are Uof out outof alitof
of the city ci on a their summer vacations vacationsConservatively y yetatiosConservativdy eat eLConservatiyely
Conservatively estimated there i must mustbe stabout mrnstbe
be about 4000 autos in use in Wash Washington MIa MIaington as hinp ¬
ington on at this time At the boat races raemthe racesthe raeethe
the other aiternoos 2JBM cars were werecounted werecounted werecounted
counted by a euriowa citizen who was wassurprised wassurprised wassurprised
surprised at the large number of auto automobiles automobiles t4t t4tmobiles ¬
mobiles collected together at one place placeThus pIaeeThus placeThus
Thus far just four cars have beenoffered been beenoffered beeRoffered
offered for the infirm old ladies outing outingbeing Igbeing satingbeing
being arranged by The Times and the thesummer thesummer thesummer
summer outings 4MI eoisa committee ittee ttee of the As AMpjociated Astpociated Astociated
tpociated pjociated tociated Charities Four automobiles automobilesout a aoat automobilesout
out of 4000 4 OO available oesnt deesa deesaa Tugrrnt Tugrrnta
a very ery generous charitable feeling f for forlujpless forhrJpless for1u
1u lujpless lpless old woven on the part of the theowners iorners th thowners
owners of ears in Washington W Uieae Urieihe Uriesethe Uieaedication
the ratio is Mrr iaoaeasei it will he an ia iadicatiOll indication
dication that Waghuigtom W antoniohil antoniohilfats auteoWiBts autaroiidits
fats are thouchiiesa I I7L if not tuffseltish actealry actealryBritish urf5
British BritishThere f5 seltishThere Itish Itishfhtte
There are between Mt J aIIIl and990 flO in infirm infirm ¬
firm WOMea in in the various wantons homes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city city ity who are seldom able to leavethe leave leavethe eave1hP
the buildings lui and grounds of the tilestitutioll8 institutions in institutions ¬
stitutions wherein they live In Iathey fact facttlier factthey
tlier they ca caair cannot get absat t to spy the tJaeair theair
air and andcountry smnekiae of tile an surroaadiag surroaadiagmu J w wClJunt
country ClJunt mu ntrv ry uulrtig codas some kindly persona pet3 persontake personata
ta take K KP them t ne Street ears are impooaiMc ialpoaeiiblebeause impooaiMcbecause We Weuse
because use they y cnnnot dimb up and down downthe dowatill downt
the t 1f steps The Times T aaes and the desecated Asso Associated A8Mcated ¬
cated charities would like to totogUter gather gathertogether gathertogether
together a a nun number her of automobiles sal sufficient saffkient salficient ¬
ficient to take tak these old ladies for a atwo ato atwo
two or threehour t ride oa Wednesday Wednesdayor W y yr
or r Thursday of this week weekWill weekIl weekwill
Will Il the auto automobile aobile Ie owners of UK UKcity tilecjty thecity
city make it itvomen po po88iWe ibis for tM eomen aged agedwomen
women omen to have MftTHE an outing outingTHE satingTHE
THE TOOTH BRUSH AS AVAR AVAREQUIPMENT V VAR VAREQUIPMENT AR AREQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENTMilitary EQUIPMENTIilitary EQUIPMENTMilitary
Military authorities arc a aconstant mnkmg a aconstant a aconstant
constant study of the means by which whichthe wJaidltin whidtthe
the > impedimenta of tW t soldier ier may mayl lnayle Y I
le l b e reduced to the minrmum minrmumequipment and the thecrfuipmeat I Ilujp
equipment lujp adopted by the thewho Japanese Japanesevho
who ho are partieuiarry five fret from narrow nar narrow Balrow ¬
row traditions has been made the sub subjot suitjr sub subjrc
jrc jr jot > t t of special ice We are e told toldthat 1oIdthat toldthat
that in his haversack the Japanese Japanesesoldier hese hesesoldier Japanesesoldier
soldier now carries aatwig am Buy other things thqgamore thingsmore 1 1more
more obviously MececparyT a tooth toedhbrush toothbrush ioodIbrush
brush tooth powder a napkin pipe pipeami pipeand pipeand
and tobaccoWith tobacco tobaccoWith 6 6ith
With ith tile hunentaiio tatiolt atiot of elHarding 1trdaudHarding Xiemurd XiemurdHarding
Harding Davit fr froah k in our ourto adis as asto asto
to the thesoldiers t be hanIBIIipB wIIidt tile erieaa erieaaSVdiTS A erienn eriennwl1iers
soldiers soldiersliecause sdtired in dad abroad T TI Taapa Taapabecause
because I > eaU5e of the lack of tohaeeo that thatarticle tIIatarticle thatarticle
article may 1 he set t down g mei meinfoessaries tile thenecessaries
necessaries 118 bat jost why a soldier soldiershould eoIdiersl10uJd oidiershould
should be supplied with a tooth Ii211J brush brushanJ brushand
and tooth powder ass as a f0 part partEquipmeat of his hiseqni binequipment
eqni equipment wM i inot iaiIt adieu is is110t isLot
not so soa 8d ullIb fsed males it is isa isa
a par ri p u of the Japanese dnysar rFI ie tactics t to make Blakefas slakefaces makefaces
faces at the nemy yo If he tooth toothbrush Uahru toothhr
brush hru hr ih h is to he inehitkd why not a aBail aJlail aflail
Bail brash dad ad why WIr7yder by not a little taimw taimwtoowder talelcahowder
toowder yder iosootae to se4mthe the btexs Wiet le ft t bv BI BIt 4
4ft
t ft
the amorous kJ66 kisses s of the sun It Itw Itis Itis
w is assumed that the hospital 1to corps corpsunder corpsunder corpsunder
under the new regulations r i ifuet uetin uetinchide in include incIude ¬
chide a few score of dentists tis wit all alltheir alltheir alltheir
their drills and emery wheels and a areserve afMppJy areserve
reserve supply of so SOMe good dentrifiee dentrifieeStudents cJentrifieeStudellts deatrificeStudents
Students of pedagogy IMM have ft long JongreMItecl si siuee siueereached ee eereadied
reached the eoachniOH od that a tooth tootkbrush iOOotItbnI8k toothbrush
brush is neres necessary Jl C8MI 4y to every sefcool sefcoolchild 9IcIaiW sehovlchild
child The T gems that gather er i ia th thteetk tM tMieeUl thetooth
tooth are responsible for about half halfthe 1M halfthe f fue
the ilk that juvenile jtI Ie eak w if heir to toB teBut toBut
B But t it has remained lIiRed for the Chrysa Chrttnagive ChrysatkeuiuiH CIIry CIIryue
tkeuiuiH ue Kiaguw Tisbrash Ki t W give iYe ne the tooth toothof W8dahr1I8
brash as a p ef t war eqwiprnent eqwiprnentof
of a soldier r General Mites and aMClfaJIIOtIS as asfaoas hfc hfcfamous
famous bathtub Dat i1d have been vindicated vindicatedat yidieatedat
at last lastTHE tTHE lastTHE
THE CONSUMPTION OFLIQPPR OFLIQPPRSHOWS OFLIQUORSHOWS OFLIQI 0R 0RSHOWS
SHOWS A GREAT INCREASE INCREASEInternal INCREASEIterM INCREASELinternal
Internal revenuie revenue Te ieeints for the ns nsxapidly iii iiical Iiseat
cal year indicate oat eIIOIM4MI6 increase iJIereaHilt
ilt tile CORM aptio n 0 alc alcoholic ltDlie De DeThey her herThey
They show tM either that ue tell tellperaMe tonip
peraMe p WJff CIIt is net spresdng Rf U Uapi tinIapidly
doiraolo It it should MMMlId or orebriaieB o otItat orthat
> xapidly api ly as it is
that tile qua qa nieis ef tM t e p lat II IIebtiatei indiriates
J tipphag tippIi t 1tis thanis
ebriaieB are doing doingis >
is good for ie ieBe diems tIMHLBe diemsBe
Be that as ik say y 3 3of the cus coaeaepti0 coaeaepti0of ptiH ptiHof
of 12S 13pGoJ OO000 Oercea O gallois aMoas of ofear spiribIeM spiribIeM1iqu spiritudiesliquor
80000000 bare18 of malt JBA1tiR maltin
liquor dad of eoooe
shows a tremendous tl tfcwe tfcweGOOD t thirst irEILGOOD thirstGOOD
iR one year year ear
GOOD RESULTS FROM INDIAN INDIANINVESTIGATION INDIANINVESTIGATION INDIANINVESTIGATION
INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIONadduced INVESTIGATIONJ
J froM the evidence thus far farit faradduced
adduced it is going t te he pretty dif difficult difAcuIt dHfficult ¬
ficult for the Congressional P8iii1ft mvestuj iav insestitrat insestitrateornmittee at ath at ating
h ing 1eS 1eSof r eonunittee c to fad nd positive pe ve proof1eS proof ptoofrf ptHfof
of Ie troth of eaator mss Geaof Chaaes Chaaesof
of attempted T airy bery ia connection eonneetionwitk connectionwith ceRR1 OII OIIwit
wit the JfeMurray Indian eontraeto eontraetoSenator tradLSeaatot con conGore
Senator Gore Rays ays Jake Ha H o ofierof offer offered offered
I he didat didatSenator didatSeator didntmotor
Hanna says
ed him money 1II noeys
other otherpublic erpubl otheris
Samoa said
Senator Gore say says
public publ c mem were interested iratdh + ested i ia the eon eonSaek e8G1pris cootracts
Saek tracts Hamoa denies that he said saidsay sarfany lT
any T such thing u Time the ca case eMfwitk e stand standwith Maadawith
with witk one mans manso s sj word against s ssuch
o jury ur could couldtestimony g < w wviek v i e ktestimony ktestimonyHowev aa 1 mon en s ehte8tiMOllv
testimony testimonyHowevv te8tiMOllvBow
Howevv Bow the Congressional e investiga investigation iavestiptioft mrostigatntt ¬
tion has already y aeeomplfebed aeesmpIi Ited Iteddeal ed a a great greatdeal gist gistdeal
attracting r public attea attention atteatiou atteatioa ¬
deal of good by a
tion to Aeshameful way ie Indians IndiansThe 1JMtianshave Indianshave
have been treated by t Goreramdat GoreramdatThe A ent entThe
The ludns IJM s hare been witting to pay paybig paybig paymissies
big eommfcekms missies to lawyers wyers in order to toobviate toobviate toobviate
obviate delay delayja in getting what wwhilly is rig rigfully right rightfully
teat tee i ii t tfted igod
of them hav bae
fully all theirs Some eme
god then ww give ve half of their Per Pertion p81tioa
who would collect it itall itan itan
tioa i to anybody ytHHIy
an The reason for this feeling feeBngBWt isthat is is1Imt
that the Indians I > Maine that if their theirrfaiu8 tIIeirWeR theirdaiama
rfaiu8 were allowed to follow t their theiraatural rtwa1 theirnatural
thwugh all the red redfl redtape redtape
natural twa1 eour coarse
tape tangle of eo Covemaeat wt method fl it ttore itwCHIId itwould
would 1 aioath s and yean Dei before ore the theactual tileaetJ theadiaal
actual money would w be forthcoming fortbeomingXaturally fert fertNatraJly forthcomingNaturally
Naturally the ludiam would rather ratherhave IftMve ratherbare
have part of of it at once than all of ofat it itat itat
at 90 Bona indefinite distant date N Nat Nat1Ua1I Natuialic t turally
urally 1Ua1I uialic 7 too the lawyers who eouid do doso dose doso
so we Wet after this s Indian wtsiiieaB sad aadcharged udtiaI sadcharged
charged substantial tiaI tiaIOur fees ieesO feesOur
O Our r stewardship ip of Poor < Lo has been beenthe beeIIuo beenthe
the cause of suck r rthe just eritieiem If Ifue Ifthe
the invdstig inveatigaii inveatigaiied in1Mtigatioa tioa lOW being eoIIIillet eoIIIillete eondaeto
ed results in an awakening to our ourduty Crthlty oarduty
duty t t him i it will iII have been prone productiW plodtIctive pronetire
tiW tire of good whether or not ifrreveafc ifrreveafcall i Its MYeJs revesavu MYeJsan
all the inside facts concerning IIg the thecharges tJIecII1p6 thecharges
charges of bribery briberyto
15 5 IT EVER RIGHT TO STEAL STEALA STEALA STEMA
A CAR RIDE RIDETwo RIDEwo RIDETwo
Two wo receivers reft Vs of two W9 street rail railways railways railways ¬
ways i tl Xew > ew t + w York have criticised the theOne tAeptiWic thePIie
ptiWic severely for stem 1 rides One Onethem 0M Oneof
M them placed iu the cars printed printedplacards priaWpIMank printedphneardl
placards with the tJt injunction The TheshaH n nSMIt Thenshalt
shaH net steal The receiver of aa aaone aaa another
a NM gees him one better 1teter and andThe andsays
1 says
sayse
The e stealing stesitagsinfaiteamal t of the conductors are areinJinitesis aniIIblte
IIblte inJinitesis infaiteamal tal aI in I comparison cG IIJ I I to the thestealings theMealbip theatealiargs
stealings of the public The paya payayouenter payasyouenter yas yasI
I youenter car eIII nave overcome thispublic this thispublic thisI
I public stealing steal to a great 1 extmtm extel extett t but butnot buti butmot
i not altogether altOCetMrI altofetaerpersons
I It is not news it to liars tltaty tltatypenoII5 that many manypersons
persons ride without wi MMIt paying p ear fare No Noone NoOIM Noone
one who uses ears ears much can fail to tonote 10the tonett
note the fellow whc is ms immersed < sed in inhis i inIris
his newspaper BC when Jtea the tJteeoIM conductor conductoreomee conductorcomes
comes round or the man who meets meetsthe meetsthe ek ektile
the eye of the collector witk a steady steadystare ste steadystare y yMe
stare of surprise which says as piaia piaiary pIaiaIy phmialy
ry Iy h as words Hew Sow many fares do yew yewget Y yenget
get on this t is line 1i e1 It is evident that thatthere atiltentis that thatthmdis
iltentis there is a plenty tyof of free frMBlit lading ladingthat ring13nd
Blit who iK te we for t last lastthat i itW
that the idea JiM takes root in i the theminds theminds
minds ef f many y streetear patrons that thatthere thatthere
there is nothing wrong II i beating beatia the thecompany iieI 1Me
I company Isnt Ia t the railroad company companypartially eeMpRTpariiaUy companypartially
partially responeb4t responsn respoaB lll t The man who whorides WMrilles whorides
rides on a p car c fe that the street streetrailway str strrailway streetrailway
railway company is isve under contract togive to togive
give ve him value received JeCe for his money moneyprompt JBHeyprGMp moneyprompt
prGMp prompt service and a eomfortairfe eoamfortableride eomfortairferide eomioricWerWe
ride AVben the paoeenger lMr pnasen er is packed packedin
in in like a sardine Dr r when he waits W ts an animmoderate AiaMHerate animmoderate
immoderate time t for his ear he entertaias enter entertains eaterta ¬
tains a grievance He feels that the therailroad tile11I thertnlroad
railroad company 7 is not living i vp p to toits toits toits
its part of a bargain And when w ell the theear eeK theear
ear i ia crowded so that the tJaeama conductor conductorcannot conductoreanaot
cannot ama tell who hue paid paiIlaIMl and who has hasnot JagDOt hasnot
not is it the passengers pidi essers ers business to tofare 18look talook
look 11 up Ute t daetor riot lid band ever eYeIa evera
a fare that has been missed is4d1 Ij l h hwhich his JdSfare hisfare
fare ia overlooked owing to ee mw conditions conditionswhich
which otmfct 9imght t not fi t > > exist and for winch winchmake eIte whichbe
e is BO way 1Spl > leible ought 1M to toke tomake
make it to tie corporations s interest interestby jn jnI interestby
by helping it to eotfeet money to t eontiaue eon eonWe eettIAI
IAI offing bdssiatus tW WAy WAyWe wayWe
We WOMM noibe be understood > siu in any anything anysense y yetf
sense etf the word as aiIll advocating di distreetcar steal steallag
lag a streetcar sta t eau riIe ride W there isselBe isselBetJ issomot
thing t more to be soi Said Oft < tie t gide e of
the t public bUe than the receivers reccive s of the theNew t theNew 11
New York lines admit It is IS certain certainthat eert certainthat n ntlaat
that one thing tJai which bas hastened improvements im improvements ¬
provements in traffic conditions k is > the thedesire tJaedesire thedesire
desire of railroad companies to get getall gftall getall
all that is coming comjn to them and 00 in this thisway tJliaway thisway
way at least the persons who do doput not notput ot otput
put themselves out to hunt h Bt up p the theconductor eeoIMIuetor theconductor
conductor are responsible for bettor Vatiorments 1teitorte bettorsheets
sheets te in tho service for which they theyhave tMyve theyhave
have ve not been given credit creditTHE creditTHE creditTHE
THE SLOW ADVANCE OF THE THERURAL THERURAL THERURAL
RURAL MOVEMENT MOVEMENTIt
It is i rather early clrl to expect arT TtfIC7returDS >
huge returns fronT from the rural move movement 11108eat movemeat ¬
eat The reports so far available a laWe i iCOIHIeet in inconnection n nconnection
connection with the Thirteenth Cen Cenabow CeaMI8 Census
MI8 show w that t Rt the t c metropolitan die dietriets tlistriets distr
triets tr iets have ben n increasing iDerC sing in popnlatien popu population ¬
lation far more JItOr rapidly than the eons eostry e MIBtry eonstry
try districts In some a nlc of the tJtomaal tJtomaaltie rural ruralcounties ruralcounties
counties tie there has hy been no increase increaseThis iRClea8TJtis iaereasieThis
This fe especially e Jly true of Nebraska In InTexas l lTexas IiTexas
Texas the country eOtt districts appear to toaverage tIov toaverage
average v e about 3313 U 13
per cent gain galeover gainover R ROft
over the returns from the Twel Twelfth fft Cen Census ee eeSIM Ceasue ¬
sue and this is a remarkably good goodowing geedlhbwiig
lhbwiig owing Yet in the
cue of ofcities many manycities mar marcities
cities the increase ee amounts Rlll u ts tV to more morethan morethan
than JO per cent ce t and only in rare rareinstances rareiaMeS rareinstances
instances does it fall below 20 per percent peredit
cent The few communities showing showinga
a died 6 tilli lted population are described describedas
as rural ruralBwt nuaJht rmuaLBut
But it seems safe S fo to predict pre iet thatthe that thatthe tMtue
the country districts di will make a bet better Detter better ¬
ter showing ill H the Fourteenth Census CensusThe CeTIle CensusThe
The agricultural rl campaign eampa gn on now JK W Wi spread spreading spreadlug ¬
lug i through tAe Bast backed elted by the thecolleges tiletlte thecolleges
colleges the railroads riJr and the various variousState variousState variousstate
State agricultural Itun departments is
err certain eertaila errtamn ¬
tain to produce pn good 00fI results resultsWhile resaJtsV1
While V1 1 bile 1e the growth owtJt of ofplJDably population isprniiiaably is isprobably
probably more marked DtA ed in certain eerta l parts partsof partsof
of the West lVeItt the East East owing g to > its itereiatrre itreJatr itsreitira
reiatrre proximity to the big i European Eargresaemigrant Europeanemigrant Earopeat
emigrant t fields continues to Jed its itsown itaOWL itsown
own Perhaps the West is getting dmthe on onthe 011Ute
the whole the Better run nI of immi immira immirantspeople
rantspeople ra ts people who have beta faLry faLrytake faiJyprosper fail failplooperoas
prosper plooperoas at hoe aIIIl Ue elFr to totake totake
take advantage a e of the fast f88tboJlle8tacl decreasing decreasinghomestead deaessiagbomestead
homestead opportunities rt1I iUM out in the themrv tMJIeW then
mrv n w irrigation t belt but 1MttUte the clover deftrJM and andpeis7ering
JM peis7ering immigrant idlR lt will get ptalywllere along alongajywhere alonga
ajywhere a ywhere and there are golden enanees enaneeslre Chances cJacaI Chanceshero
hero I in the East If they dont cIo t find dadthie findttiem iiDdtate8l
ttiem thie > am these shrewd newcomers ters make makethem JllakeU makehem
them U Thus they help to totJHt maintaiB maintaiBtiie maiataiathe
the American igfcting edge edgeIf
If those returning f fromvacatione from vacations l ad adbad ha4had ad adbad
bad tile tore lcht to brin hriII homo the flah flahthat tI8htbat ilhthat
that figure dgm a so o prominently promJ in their storms Morieadtered 8tortetbere4 stormsthered
dtered be no complaint of a aborts snortaste sIIor1e sIIor1eIa e ehr
te supply pply imam the wmnoBsers wmnoBsersIf
If the Gaywor attack really puts the themayor theJato themeayor
mayor into tn Ute governors ors chair Gal Galtashcr2 GIIadacr Gaiiagha
iagha tashcr2 ballet will not have ba ve aocom aocompiiowad aeeempli sccompiiisd
piiowad ad exactly ncUy what l 116 e Mteaded 4ed It to todo tocIu todo
do cIuPttetter
Perhaps P rhane Pitcher 7anw trweII H of Ctove CtoveUUMI aeW1II Cievelaud
laud wm furnish 111I some om0 adaHlunal R evi cvtdsce evidence Cfideaee
dence on that old yroWem KOWemjt concerning coneeralaflIt concerningjust
jt bow JJnIda there Js IR a e eIt nameIt
It toota ae if XT Morton 4KtOR may MY MYtaIreD have havetaken nave navetaken
taken that talk about Mr Taf Taft t needing aeecUnca
a practical voltticla poltdciaa tdetaa for secretary a Itt little ltttie 1 1tie
tie too aerioualy serioutyWhile aerioualyWHne h 1 1W1dIe
While to the midst of our t ftak ah famine fammew fMIDeDOt faminewe
w we snoald not fall to be thankful that thattne tIaattile thatthe
tile supply of porterhouse e Means fa still stfflabundant 8tIIt1It stillabundant
abundant abundantLoose abundantIt 1It 1ItIt
It 18 Jderatd interesting g te DOte tIN huge < i i1eIIee as aslance
lance uttered by aeetitor or Henry Ca otOR Cabotlodge
Loose on the Taf TattRoo tRoosevoit mcMent mcMentRooMonte htddeDtRe hddentResMeats
RooMonte NeIIts of the Island of Manhattanhave Manhattan Xanhaitaahave XaahattaBYe
have Ye no Ucenee to get excited over the thelatter tlteJatter thelatter
latter days treatment of the Indian IndianIt IncJIaaIt IndianIt
It is doubtful do dou btf tIul ul however wever Jf MeM1KT7 McMuraywiil 2 MeM1KT7will c2 urray urraywm
wm try to set et up the defense e that thattbooe thatuoe thattboe
tbooe fees were Indian gifts tfttsIf JlCtIf giftsIf
If Mr Cannon would only fall la line lineon lionon
on tile movement t to oust him bin the vote votowould voteWOUld votewould
would 1 be > e unanimous unanimousTbe 1Iaa1llDtOaSTbe unanimousThe
Tbe t UMpIrebetiBS pir beti p industry l try seeds to tohave 18e tohave
have e suffered a decided stump this tals sum sumPernaps sumPfIIIaps sv svtmher
tmher
Perhaps the Colonel IS pining for a alittle alittle alittle
little practice with his elephant aa gun gun1e gaitTIM gatThe
1e colonels eoioIIeI position might be de described deerllHd doscythed ¬
scribed as one of armed a n neutralityMr neutrality neutralityMr ltt7 ltt7Mr
Mr Banner er continues to refuse refusecftner rerUMte refuseether
ether te de or resign
GROOM CANDIDATES CANDIDATESFOR CANDIDATESFORSPEAKERSHIP
FOR FORSPEAKERSHIP FORSPEAKERSHIPRepublicans SPEAKERSHIP SPEAKERSHIPRepublicans
Republicans Are Preparing Preparingfor
for Successor to Joe Joei JoeCannon JoeCannon
i Cannon CannonWALTER CannonV CannonWALTER
WALTER V ALTER I L SMITH SMITHVELL SMITHWELL I IWELL
WELL SUPPORTED SUPPORTEDIowan
i
Iowan Favored By Many for High Highest Highest Hight ¬
est t Honor In House of ofRepresentatives ofRepresentatives ofRepresentatives
Representatives RepresentativesJLs
JLs often as fresh opposition arises to totb toUte totbo
Ute tb raekicUon ttoII of Uncl UneJe Joe To Cnnem Cnnemto Canneto Canneato
to the SpeakecsbH of the House Just Justas justas justas
as often there Is n new w speculation as to totne totile tothe
tile most likely man to succeed the vet veteran yetera veteran ¬
eran era legislator J as a the presiding preeWlnsofftcer 1O presidingottker ldlng ldlngotAcer
offtcer of the House HouseWith BoneeStith e eW1tk
With the open rebellion of Represen Representative Roprc5eBta Ropresefltative ¬
tative ta iNlcMWas 3Jo LoBrworth ffworth and his htedeclaration histItt hisdecistatloa
declaration that be cannot again sup support support support ¬
port Cannon for the SpeakersnJp Ms dlscu discoedlon < Mscoaskm
ton of tile pesslele Identity of the thenext theJleXt thenext
next Speaker baa been renewed IB IBWaabincton 1BWIUlb inWaabhtgtos
Waabincton WaabhtgtosJust WaabinctonJuat WIUlb OD ODT1IIIt
Just now tb Ie stock of Judge Walter WalterI aUer aUerI
L I Smith of Iowa seems to be on a aTtetog a1DIket arising
rising market It to said that tb thin Presi President Preeit President ¬
dent t favors him as Cannons succes successor aecoesnor ¬
nor To bare y Ute support of the Admin Adaalniatration AdmlnI8trtIoft AdminIstration
iatration would be a a tremendous ad advantage advaa advsatage ¬
vantage vaa e la a party fight of this character char character cbaracter ¬
acter Tbere to no definite announce announcement aDIIOUDCete announcemeat ¬
meat of Ute Pre Presidents ldeats attitude attitudetJaere a aad aadthere d dtbere
there probably never will m be bat it Itbe Itwould
would be Ii ea matter for the word wordto wordto
to go out that the President Pre We t wanted waatedS wantedSmith
Smith sleeted sleetedLeaders lectedLeaders eet eetLea
Leaders Lea ers of Regulars RegularsJudge Regulars1Ida RegularsJudge
Judge 1Ida Smith Saaitk has been a a high priest priestHe priestIa priestin
Ia the cap ot the regulars He has basserved has8erVed hasserved
served faithfully upon Speaker Cannons CannonsCommittee CaDDOftsCOIII1Idttee CannonsCommittee
Committee on Rules and Is as familiar familiarwith anlilsrwith 1Itlll8r 1Itlll8rwith
i
with tile legislative details and organisation organi organization QrbaDItIou ¬
zation practices as any man in the theHouse theHouM theKowa
House This may y qualify him h D for tbe tbe9peakrantp tberahlp the8peakershtp
9peakrantp rahlp from the standpoint of a areactionary arMetionary areactionary i
reactionary but It may ay also disqualify dtequaltfrWm dltMtu1tfYhim disqualifyhim
him wbon IND be comes to ebtainw obtaining g the tbeaopport theJJGIJPOrt hemwport
aopport of the progre prOfjrz prOfjrzJ prgreasives prgreasivesJudge Blvea BlveaJudge
Judge J 9niths Smttb greatest achievement acbievemeotwas achlev ment mentlit
was in Iowa 10 Hid d defeat f eat in the last 18tNi 18tNiJDr yci ycin pdmary
n mary ary of Attorney General Byers was wastb wastIM wasthe
tb tIM most important tnte th thing he ever did didotneer didBTer didByers
BTer had a splendid record as a State Statootaeer Statesffleer
otneer He was versomlly popular and anda
a progressive projJI we fro frost n Ute word go With Withall
all this uu Judge Smith defeated Ce e4I Byen Byenand By Byersand
and wW be returned to Congress for at atleast atJea atleast
least one other term tern It was this t l signal signalvictory sip signalwbkh
victory which most corameade c mllMDds him to t toIf
th the President PresidentIf PreDhatIf
If Cannon nom should retire from the
i race c or be retired
and it comes com to a aown
show down own between the Middle West
and 4 the East over tbe election of the
next Speaker th t the fight ht would proba ¬
bly narrow down to Representative Representativeachusetts
Slalt Smith of low and Weews or Mass aM
achusetts aclu tta Xr 1 Weeks is strongly
supported pporle4 by Senator W Murray
Crane Crane who is probably th the smooth ¬ I
est and most effective e dve politician in inoftner ineither
either branch ranch of Coagr Congress COAST6Mtatfv8 jM
Bopreseotativo tatfv8 Maim or Illinois IJI co coautbor c0 c0author o oauthor
author of the railroad bill will b be a acandidate awithout
candidate Wpote without
doubt There are arecircumstances
circumstances that may militate militateagainst militateagainst
against lIurt him He Is a recognized r lzed as a avery avery avery
very able statesman but at sad time tliaeor timeor timeor
or another he antagonized anta Dlzed about aboutevery aboutevery ovt
every member of the House through throgheonataJitly throughconstantly throughconstantly
constantly objecting to their meas measures meas measures s sure ¬
ures
Payne Improbable ImprobableChairman ImprobableCbalrmall ImprobableChairman
Chairman Serene E IE Payne of 0 theWars the tbeWays theWAYS
Ways and Means Committee a very veryimportant veryrtant ery eryrtaDt
= important rtaDt factor Sn 1 the House or organiaatlon GrKatJOR ordin
ganiaatlon KatJOR din is talked of for the tbeSpeakershiv theSpeakersblp the3peakership
Speakershiv but he is I physically un unable unable unable ¬
able to perform the duties and on ontbat onthat onthat
that account would probably refuse refuseto re refuseto u eto
to allow his hi name e to be presented presentedMarlln presentedKarlla presentedMarlin
Marlin B Eo Olmstead of Pennsyl Pennsylvania Peansylvaal Pennsylvania ¬
vania vaal bas h become a commanding fig figure fiSre hgore ¬
ore re in the House e organization and andwould andwould andwould
would have the united support of otbe otbePeDD871YaDIIL the thePennsylvania thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania delegation in a a Ropub Ropubltcaa Ropubiicaa Republican ¬
lican caucus but Ft it is I hard to deter determine deterhM determine ¬
mine hM tow I ow much other strength he hecould hecould hecould
could control The same might be bosaid beaI4J besaid
said of Representative J Sloat Fas Fasaett Fasllett Fasaett
aett of New NewYork York His State delega delegation delegati ¬
tion ti it would no doubt vote for him himAmong himAmong himAmong
Among the tb other names discussed discussedIn
In n connection with the Speakership Speakershipare
are Chairman Tawney of the Appro Appropriations ApproprlatlOlUJ Appropriations ¬
priations Committee Representative RepresentativeCurrier ReJresentativeCurrier ReireaentativeCarrier
Currier of New Hampshire Asher C CHines C CHiae CHines
Hines the House parliamentarian parliamentarianad j
and a a candidate for Congress fromKahte fromMaine from fromMaine
Maine and Representative Orumpack Orumpacker
er of Indiana IndianaAll IndianaAll IndianasAll
All this of course Is predicated up upon upa upon ¬
on the assumption that the Republi Republicans RepubUDs Republicans ¬
cans will control the next House If Ifthey Ifthey Ifthey
they lose it to the Democrats Champ
Clark of MI Missouri Kb ours will be the next nextsaJter nextSpeaker nextSpeaker
Speaker saJter He Hebas bas some opposition in InIaIB inbin j
bin party but not enough to control centrola i iI
I a 3 Democratic > en ocratic caucus
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Mr Business Man YOU want to climb climbYOU YOU want to tosee tosee tosee
see your business prosper proSper constantly increasing and becom becoming becomin becoming ¬
ing in more profitable to3 toiyourself toiyourselfWhere tOiJourselfvhere xourseif xourseifWhere
Where Where is is YOUR ladder la der Do you not need more cus customers customers customer ¬
tomers tomers as rungs in the ladder to climb higher Have you youany youally
any welldefined plan of getting these new customers Can Canyou Canyou Canyou
you think of a better plan than by talking to practically pra t ca11y the theentire theentire theentire
entire city of Washington every day dayLET dayLET dayLET
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day in facsimile letters reproduced on one of the classifiedpages classified classifiedpages classifiedes
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expfain exptainor or have representative call and show you how YOU YOUCAN YOUCAN
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Mrs Arthur Murray Arrives ArrivesAt ArrivesAt ArrivesAt
At Bar Harbor for Season SeasonWife SeasonVife SeasonWife
Wife of Brig Gen Murray Accompanied to Maine Re Resort Resort Resort ¬ =
sort by Daughter Miss Sadie Murray MurrayMiss Miss Carolyn CarolynMurray CarolyI1M CarolynMGrray
Murray M rray to Join Mother and Sister Soon
airs Arthur Murray M wtt wife ml Briaa Briaaer Br Brigad4er 3 3tiler
tiler er General Murray x U So S A A and t1I41tll aadthair andtheir
their tll lr daughter usllter Mtas fla Sa Sadie e Murray Murrayhave arrayRave Murrayhave
have arrived arrlv at Bar Harbor where wtteretRey wherethey wi re rethey
they will spend th Ute refnaJ remr aier tor of of the tbeseason thesn theseason
season snMra seasonMrs seasonMra
Mra Murray and her daughter th spent spentth spentth spentthe
the th j la Ja last t month at the Hotel Chamber CHamfeerHn Chamber31i
Hn OW Point Comfort V Vtt Va where wherethey wllerethey wherethey
they were frequently entertained entertainedMlag eatertalBedtUtIB entertainedMils
Mlag Mils Carolyn Murray who he ban been beenmaking beeRtDkbiJ beennrakln
tDkbiJ nrakln making a series of vteit sinus tn tbe sorbs Jfertbwill HertlwlU sorbswill
will Join her mother and slater at t Bar BarHarbor BarHarbor BarHarbor
Harbor ahertry General Murray ismaking is femaking ismaking
making aa inspection fnlJla tJog towr la the theWest tItet tItea theWent
WentMrs West WestMrs t
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Mrs Kr Tae F T Bas ear eardebutaate bssr awl btu bcrdebutnte btudebutante
debutante daughter dU lat Miss M + rgmerte trauerteBarhoer rgmerteBarbear rte rteBar8o
Barbear Bar8o r who have been hi Atlantic AtlanticCity AtJaatieCity AtlanticCity
City since June left several days age agefor agetor agofor
for Narragaaeett Pier where they theywill tJt tJtwill theywill
will spend the remainder of the tilemer sum svntmer summer
mer season seasonThey 2ea seasonThey oIL oILThey
They have taken tak apartments at t the theImperial tlteImperial theImperial
Imperial and Mtoe Barbow Dar will en entertain eJltertaJn entertain ¬
tertain a number of friends d daring daringher riMg1 riMg1hor rbtghor
hor stay Before going to Ute Vir Virginia Virginia Virglnis ¬
ginia Hot Springs Spr1D for tko autumn aatnoiaseason aabHII aabHIIS autumnseason
season S > Miss Ues Barber will make makebrief makebrief ke kebriet
brief visits In Newport ad Jamestown James Jamestown ee eetown ¬
town townMiss
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Miss Bonsack BonsackTo Bonsa BonsackTo k kTo
To Wed G H H PowellAn Powell PowolLAn powclLAn
An eagaseanant of bIterat InUi st te many MIUIJWuhfngt manyWashingtonians manyT
T Washingtonians Wuhfngt is that of Mars Mary MaryBoaeaek IaryBoDNtk liarsBoeeack
Boaeaek daughter dau ater of Mr a and d MrsJames Mrs MrsGeorge 11ftTames
Tames A A BoIt Aek eC P1 Phgaddplda R 1e 1eGeerge toGeorge
George Hardy Powell Powell sea of s tIN Rev Revand R Rand Revand
and Mrs Arthur Clinton PeweB p of ofBalthnore olBaltimore oCBaltimore
Baltimore BaltimoreMIM BaltimoreMies BalthnoreMiss
Miss BoBsaek made her debt sea seasoa Ma80It seaso
soa so before last J and is wen known IownJR knownoe knownht
ht TVashtegtoit oe where she lies ti fre freJudge freque e equeasty
que tJT 9Wted 9WtedT 9WtedJodge ted
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Judge and Mrs Willis 1 C c Martin of ofNatchez ofNatcbez
Natchez achez Xiss acoosspaaied wcc toy their theirdaughter dMIrdaughter
daughter Miss Huida Msotsa n have JIIw e sr srrive ar arrive arrtTel1ln ¬
rive rtTel1ln rive in Washington for a a abort nYWt nYWti nYWtMrs vWtA vWtMrs visit visitMrs
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Mrs Graft GrailReturns GrafReturns
Returns To Osterrilie OsterrilieMrs OstervilleMrs Ue UeXrs
Mrs Thomas T GaJC GaJCthe wi has Mea Meathe beenthe
the Sliest of Mrs Oliver CrossweH at ather ather ather
her cottage at Magnolia XagaoMato x 1M returned NtwIMtIw
to her yiaoe at atXles OatenrlHe OatenrlHeMfes oderv le leMies
Mfes Louise e CroraweO win WIll WIll8II14MIg be beasaosj beamong
asaosj among the debvCantes debu Ult of tads season seasonis OIIIs seasonIs
is spending a week at Newport the theguest tlteg1HI theguest
guest of Miss Angelica A Brown Browns BrownThe BrowaThe BrownThe
s
The Secretary of of the Navy and Mrs MrsMeyer Xnre7er xisMeyer
Meyer e7er who have spent peat the somnter at atth attheir attheir
th their tr summer place J Rock o < Maple MapleFarm pIeFana MapleFarm
Farm Hamilton Mass I will leave leavethere lea leathere leavethere
there shortly for the Adtrondacics A4h OIL ihdai where wherefek wherethe wherethey
the will be the cue oC Mrs Freder Frederkk Frederick
fek N V 1 Vanderbilt at her er camp oa the theupper theupper theupper
upper St St Regis Lake The Misses MissesMeyer eMeyer MmesMoyer
Meyer will accompany y the Secretory SeeretrTand Secretoryand SeertLyDel
and Mrs Meyer MeyerI XeyerIo MeyerDr
A IoDr L
I Dr > r Louise Norton Nmleveral Leasnaa who spent spentseveral spentseveral
several months S abroad a has returned to 1Waahhlgtoa toWashington
Washington WaahhlgtoaXIlL WashingtonMrs
Mrs Robert J Flewtnr Flesstax n Is IsMr y 6 the themonth tJNJBODth
month ef efMr August i1r Atl MfO k kMr
Mr and Mrs Randall R Hagior were wereamoag wereg wereamong
among g those e dining fcrtarasajhr lid ate at Ute UteChev tileCb
Cb Chev Chase d CI b last i uisalag iag iaggusts Ttoefa Ttoefaguesis TIMIrwere
gusts were Mr and Mrs Osage I Dunlap P Plap uItJa
lap lap Ja Mr Frederick Fa F aus st and Clarke ClarkeMajor Cl Carpew e eV eMajor
w V aggamaa aggamaaMajor
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Major Morrow MorrowHost MoricrvHost MorrowHost
Host At Chevy ChaR ChaRXajot ChaseMajor CbaseMajor
Major Morrow o eMe eMeparty entertained tortalaed > smaM shhmaRparty smaMparty
party at dinner Jut m t trmiaa at th thChevy tM tMClaST theChevy
Chevy ClaST Chase Club Clubz ClubCaptain Clubcaptain
z i iCaptain
Captain and Mrs Percy TA L Jones JowesMedical Tolles TollesMedical JonesMedical
Medical Corps U 55 < A A who spent spentseveral ape apeseveral spentseveral
several weeks at Lake Louise lid aadBaa lidIIaJdf andBaai
Baa IIaJdf E Canada arrived arrived m iD w wrecently Wrecently Wmhtaft > n nrecently
recently Mrs Jones te vtelUay her hermother htrmother hermother
mother Mrs Ida R R Bangs and her hering BergrandprS herzt
grandprS zt andpare ts ts Ir and Xr tJ T Dear Dearing Dearing
ing at their home 118 > Msesechusettaavenue Massachusetts Massachusettsavenue Xehuettsavenue
avenue Captain Jones has gone toCedartown to toCedartown toCedtlrtown
Cedartown Ga where he is visiting his bismother hhsmot hismother
mother mot er He will return to Wa8ld Wa8ldearly Washingtonearly Washington Washingtonearly
early In September Spte to t Join Mrs Jones JonesMiss J JMIss JonesMiss
Miss Emily Elliott Elliott who has been the tbeguest theguest thegum
guest of friends In Maryland has re reBostons re reST soSr
ST LOUIS CENSUS CENSUSSHOWS CENSUSLARGE
SHOWS lARGE GAIN GAINBostons GAINostons
Bostons ostons Efforts to Regain RegainFourth RegainF RegainFourth
Fourth F urth Position Are Be Believed Believed Believed ¬
lieved to Be Futile FutileEver FutileEver FutileEver
Ever since MW wnea when St St Le Louis sBoston te passedBoston passed passedBoston
Boston in population and became ate the thefourth uefourth thefourth
fourth largest oity IB the country cetl trY the thelatter thelatt thelatter
latter latt city has tried ia vain te regain regainthe regainthe regainthe
the position sltJoR next to Philadelphia PMIadelpbJaBut P1dIatlelpldButr PhiladelphiaBut
But Butr from the results of the ISM cen census census census ¬
sus sus which have nave just beea made JBa e public pubHcIt pu publicit Hc HcIt
It is not likely that the Hub will be beable beabJe beable
able to register a larger population populationthan populationthan populationthan
than the Missouri vrl town which has In Inyears increased hicreased
creased 114 per cent III the last tD tDyears tenyears
years yearsAt yearsAt yearsAt
At present the population of St St Louis Louisis LouIsis LouisIs
is 657929 657i as compared with SZSK h 3lB ia InIDOL
IDOL 1 The census figures for Boston Bostonhave Bo tonhave Bostonhave
have not yet been given out out but it is isnot isDOt isnot
not thought that she will outrank her herWestern herWestern ner nerWestern
Western sister as her h H population < m in
1900 was only on 569162 5O0iil The three t cities citiesthat clUesthat citiesthat
that were ahead of St St Louis in Ddpola Ddpolation pgIa pgIation Ia Iation
tion at that time were ere New York Chi Gbicago Chicago CAIcago ¬
cago and Philadelphia PhiladelphiaCincinnati PkUade1phiaCinclnDati PblladoJphisCincinnati
Cincinnati and St Louis are the only onlytwo onlytwo onlytwo
two of the first Ten en cities of the coun conntry country country
try whose population figures have been beengiven beeniven beengiren
given to the public so far The Ohio Ohiocity Ohiocity Ohiocity
city has gained 11 ns per cent In the dec decade decade decade ¬
ade jumping from o2g9tt 5 Z L i5 to 35151 3 M 1 De Detroit De Detroit Detrek ¬
trek troit Mich l1ch has shown th the largest in increase Increase increase ¬
crease among a ItL the large cities ctties having havingcome bavlDgcome havingcome
come from 57o4 TOi In 1909 to 4 7S inthe in inthe Inthe
the present year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The population of Atlanta Ga is isK4SS9 is1ols
K4SS9 1 1ols ssu an increase of 7W per cent in tathe inthe inthe
the last ast ten years and that of Water Waterbury Waterbury Waterbury
bury Conn 75142 7Z141 an Increase of ga 66i per percent percent percent
cent in the same time timeSLOWLY timeSLOWLY timeSLOWLY
SLOWLY LOSING LEGS LEGSYORK LEGSYOPJr LEGSYOFK
YORK Pa Aue at John eha GotxraJt a aNorthern aNorthern aNorthern
Northern Centre railroad n lr04 crossing crossingswitchman sIDg5WJtchman crossingswitchman
switchman of this city bas Just come comeout ceme cemeout comeout
out o of the hospital after a third opera operation operation operation ¬
tion in n which pieces of his legs were weresawed weresawed ere eresawed
sawed away Gotwalt had portions of ofboth ofboth ofboth
both legs cut off by a train seven years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago and since then t en It has been found foundnecessary foundnecessary foundnecessary
necessary necessary to perform three operations operationseach oporatienseach operationseael
each time removing r mov1I1g more of o the limbs
f
turned te WaekiactDB ViIl5tD I and i is witk her barbrother herlIrotIter herbrother
brother Dr Henry R R BMIott BlJH tt at the theMaury tlieXaary theMaury
Maury XaaryMr MauryMr MauryMr
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Mr ad Mrs J Leota Loose bane re returaed 1e 1ebaTIted seturned
turned to Wasblagtea WasM WlYhIRb gte eR frem yraaee yraaeewhere 1rraIIaewhere Frazeethey
where they spent fear months at aty ati at atVlehey atMrs
Vlehey VleheyMrs y
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Mrs Baker BakerAt BakerAt BakerAt
At Colonial Beach BeachMrs BeachXIS BeachMrs
Mrs Kenny Salty accompanied aec by byher 1IFher byher
her mother and yeswtg sen Mrs sir Job JobC J JC John JohnC
C Morris and Jack Baker are spondta spondtasose 8Pf tl1nJIOMe spoedkucome
come time at Cetonial Beach guests ests at atthe atthe atthe
the Walcott Hoes HoueeMiss HOtI8eX HoesMim
HoueeT T +
Miss X Ethel Hines and miss Marie 1tIarl larie
Hfe HI 8 have left Washington tOn for fera trip
to NM Niagara 10 ia Falls Fa Atlantic City and
New York YorkXI YorkMiss
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Miss Marie KnjK danliter ef Mrand Mr Mrand
and Mrs Ernest t Kubol uf Massachu Massachusetts M885HChuHtts Masssehuantis ¬
antis avenue emte te spending spe the month of ofAugust ofAuga ofAugust
August t lit m Philadelphia the guest e8t of ofrelatives ofslaUves
relatives relativesMr reJaUeYr slaUvesair
Mr and Mrs J J F F Carter 3112 Xew Xewton Xewt4N1 Newton
ton street street Mt Rainier Md will be at athome at1tome athome
home tomorrow tor orTew evening In compliment complimentto
to their daughter Mrs Mae E E Bennett Bennettof Bennettof
of Chicago who is with them themj themMrs themXrs themMra
j
Mrs J J Stealey Elms accompanied by
her sister Miss Nanette Hocbetees and andMaeter andKa andaster
Maeter aster Jack ad H XL K Davis left Washington Washington7e1itery Washingtonyesterday WasMRgtonyesterday
yesterday afternoon fer Clarksburg
Md where they will spc spend d several severalweeks severalweekIL severalweek
weeks weeksMr weekILMr weekMr
Mr and Mrs S So T Grays ef Capitol CapkolHttl C CapitolHill n4tol n4tolHill
Hill have n returned te Bffaohingten j h Ingten n from fromAtiaatf fromAtlaadc fromAtlantic
Atlantic e City CttyMrs a aMIS
+ 1 1Mrs
Mrs Poist PoistEntertaining PistEntertaining PoistEntertaining
Entertaining Guests GuestsMr GuestsXl GuestsMr
Mr add aXr Xr Mrs Herbert H Haddock and andMiss andAUce andhoes
Miss Alice Rndoek of Baltimore Md Mdion Mdare Aidare
are JlDeBdhw a few days vS Ja W WtM Washing Washingion
ion the guests of Mrs Ruddocks sis sister sister slater ¬
ter Mrs H IS Robert Foist t of Maryland MarylandMr Marylandavenue IaryIandDUe
avenue avenueMr DUe DUeXr
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Mr and Mrs JtI E E S Rockwell Rock well have havearrived havearrived
arrived at Narragansett > Sarraiean rrt9 Btt t Pier R R L Lwhere I Iwhere
where they Trflt spent utI the remainder of oftbe ofthe
the u me tfe as 3 srcrsts canto OKS at the Arltogton ArltogtonA ArltogtonMr ArDBJtonJ
A + 1 1Mr
Mr and Mrs Hugh gh Legare Le re who are areaoendfoe areIN arenueainn
aoendfoe IN a pa ca c s of the summer r at atan
N > an J Sctt Pier Pie eatertataed Be4 3 a large largewbe J largepetty r ry
petty y at dinner last evening eveningGent Ye YeGen
Gen 3M Mrs George X Sternberg St
who spent JJ several l weeks In Atlantic
CIty ad Old Point Ctmfort Ta have havereturned havereturned
returned to toIrs VastalBtoii WashingttoaMrs > VastalBtoiiMrs
Mrs Henderson Eastwan widow of
the late Commander Eastman U S s 2 2and y Nand
and Miss Man Truxtun Eastman a man n will
leave Washington Waskl t9IJ = shortly for Tames
town town H R L where they will spend the theWimara theWilliam
taJi eaIOn eaIOnWIlHam
eaIOni i
William Gamer of Newport News
Va who bas been Ute guest of ffrs Mrs Sol
Hersog has returned te his home henreMfas hemext homeA14ss
Mfas Helene Hoffia Ho < has returned from froma
a months visit to Atlantic City Cityr cityMr
i iXr r
Mr and Mrs HarryKiBg Harry fig and daugh dauhhtel daughter
tel Hrtce bare returned to the city
from Boston BostonMr BeatenMr
Boftlona a
Mr and Mrs Howard Howard Sigmund and
daughter ter will love tomorrow toJB rrow for
Braddoek Bradock Heights Md MdMr XdKrd MdMr
Mr Krd and Mrs J s Arthur rtItr Baumarteni
i aad daughters have V8 returned from a awater awater
I water trip to New N Nork York ork and aJu Boston BostonAlvia Bostonr BostonAlvin
a
r Alvin Newmyer has Jias left for Ocean
View Va VaMr VaXr VaMr
Mr and Mrs Abe be S4gmand who whonave whon ho hoi
i 1aYeDeea nave b en n in Katoasvtlle M Md Md L have havereturned havereUlrJte41 haveed
returned returnedMr reUlrJte411Ir ed edMr
reUlrJte41a a
Mr and an < Mrs WliHara WJlHam Hahn and
daughter Beatrice have returned to totne toUte tothe
Ute city from rOlD the tia Z Thousand cS8nd Islands Islandss IslandsMrs IslandsMrs
Mrs Ben Hyde and Dd s sons who have havebees haveHea havebeen
bees in Atlantic City have returned returnedhome ret1trnedoBte returnedhome
homeMr home homeAddle oBteXr
Xr sad Mrs Da id id EDge and Mrs MrsAddle MrsAddle
Addle Sigmund returned today from froma
a weeks stay sta in 1 Braddeek Heights
The Business Doctor
I By Roe Fulkerson Fulkers
d IT CAN CA best tell tellyou tenl tellyou
l you what to todo todo todo
do by taJJin t81Dt you youwhat youwbat youwhat
what another man roanin manin manin
in a similar sm ar line linehas Unehas linebas
has done said the theBusiness theBusme theBasloese
Business Doctor DoctorHe DoctorHe DoctorHe
He opened a lit little l1ttie littIe ¬
tie coal and wood woodyard woodyard woodcard
=
yard on a vacant
lot he rented and in the vernacular ran ranhis ranhis ranhis
his shoe string into a tan yard In Inavc Inbe Infive
five years time he was one of the most mostprosperous mostHosperocs mostprosperous
prosperous dealers In town and one day dayI
I asked him the secret of his success successand successJlnt1 successand
and he smiled and said it was due to toone toone toone
one small card carilIndex ndes carefully nurtured nurturedWhen ncrturedWbon nurturedWhen
When he sold his first ton of coal coalhe coalbe coalhe
he started this ca card d index putting down downthe downthe downthe
the name address ad s Quantity and price priceof priceor priceof
of the purchase and continued this with withevery withevocy withevery
every customer since As all his stuff stuffwas stuIIdelivered stuffcaws
was delivered the addresses a dresses were easily easilyobtained easilyobtained easilyobtained
obtained obtainedWhen obtaineduWhen obtainedWhen
When a new order came in Send me meanother meanother meanother
another ton same as before beforCy the card cardindex cardInde cardindex
index would tell the story In an instant instantIn instantIn instantin
In the summer month when the ceal cealbusiness cealbusiness coalbusiness
business is slack and prices ices low the thecard thecard thecard
card index furnished a list for circulars circularsoffering circularsofferlng circularsoffering
offering inducements to forehanded peo people peo people people ¬
ple to put away their winter coal at the thereduced thereduced thereduced
reduced price priceThe DrlceThe DrkceThe
The card Index In cx was also a perfect perfectcredit perfectcredit perfectcredit
credit system for when a man came In Inand Inand inand
and asked for eric it with the usual usualstory usualstory usualstory
story that he bought all his coal there thereand thereand I Iand
and had h d always paid cash the card cardcould cardcould cardcould
could be Quickly consulted and if theman the theman i iman
man was a customer of that concern It Itcould itcould I Icould
could be readily seen what his business businessamounted businessamounted businessamounted
amounted to and if it were worth taking takinga
a chance on onOnce onOnce onOnce
Once a month a a clerk went over ove the theentire theenUre theentire
entire file and consulted each each card toSec to toseo t t5eO
Sec bow long it hal hao been since stn e the cus customers customers customers ¬
tomers had bought ou ht coal and if they had liadquit hadquit d I Iquit
quit buying a salesman was sent in instantiy inI inIstantly instantly
stantly to see where the trouble was and andif andif i
if It could be patched Pf c 1ed UP p or if an error errorhad enorad errorhad
had been made to rectify it itAnother It ItAnother ItAnother
Another feature was that this record recordskewed recordsiMwed recordshowed
skewed exactly t1y how much coal had hadused been beenused beenused
used by each family the year before beforeand beforeand beforeand
and how howmach much It would take to supply supplythem supplythem supplythem
them In case they th wanted their winters wlnterssupply winterssupply winterssupply
supply laid in all U at one time In the thecard thecard thecard
card index he had two different colors of
L
IBLAIR BLAIR AND HER HERHUB WARNERENTER VARNERENTER
ENTER LAST WEEK IEKK IEKMaryland WEEKMaryland WEEKMaryland
K
Maryland Republicans Pre Prepared Prepared Prepared ¬
pared for Prima Primary In InSixth InSixth InSixth
Sixth District DistrictWELLINGTON DistrictWELLINGTON DistrictWELLINGTON
WELLINGTON POTENT POTENTFACTOR POTENTFACTOR POTENTFACTOR
FACTOR IN CONTEST CONTESTFormer CONTESTFormer CONTESTFormer
Former Senator Carries Much In Influence Influence InBuence ¬
fluence Toward ToV rd President PresidentTafts PresidentTafts
t
Tafts Selection SelectionTOtt Selectiont Selectionter
ter terWith
With the primary pri ry IB atmtnnd r I31uf d lew lewthan JeNUt Idaslien
than tea days off Z the sixth districtis district districtis ct ctlis
is today key keyed d up to a thigh pteefc 1 over overthe overthe < nrerthe
lis the pggglblsaoHateae JIOIIIAee OB tile tn Aopabfcan Repobif Repobifcan liIepubllcan
can ticket for 1 < Colonel IMl Paarve Peas es seat seatin seatin
I in Congress CongressOdds CoDreEiIiOdds CongressOdds
Odds just now are mack in favor of ofGist ofGist
r Gist Blair of Montgomery county countyHowever COUDtyHowever countyHowever
However that may maybe be his friends are arenot arenot arenot
not taking takID anything anyt fer for granted as in indicated iadleated incheated ¬
cheated by the enthusiastic eatbusla tk meeting of ofthe orthe ofthe
the organization leaders at Roekvllle RoekvllleThey RoekvIlleey RockvilleThey
They ey ar ant organizing o every precinct of ofevery ofevery r revery
every county In the district districtWellingtons dl trletV districtWOlilngtons
Wellingtons V lltngtons public amouaeement amouaeementthat sanowacernentthat 1III UD nt
that be would support Blair bas given
the Blair campaign additional
impetus pet us
Blairs friends felt resi resJBaabiy habiy sure Qre all allaJon allalong
aJon along that next ne = t to Pearre the former
Senator was for their man but they felt feltrelieved feitrelieved faitrelieved
relieved when the actual announcement announcementwas
was forthcomingThe forthcoming forthcomingThe fortbcomt fortbcomtThe
The Warner adherents had counted countedon eeaatedon countedon
on Wellingtons support also They had hadtaken hadtaken
taken the Senators dedaratteR against
the Ad Administrations lni4ttra 5 teterfereeee in insixth insixth insixth
sixth district affairs aa an anthat indication
that be would not support Blair whom
it is known remained in J the race at the thaBehest th thBehest thebehest
Behest of President Taft TaftSupport TaftSupport TaftSupport
Support of Taft TaftWarners TaftWarars TaftWarners
Warners friends were etfsanpoBjted etfsanpoBjtedhowever disappohtedhowever ted tedbGwever
however Blair easily eS y convinced the theSenator theSODtor theSenator
Senator the President bad done nothing nothingstay DOthlngmore nothingmore
more er lees than urge UIt he he Blair BlairJtay Blairstay
stay In the fight It was Bleus Bloir inch inclination in inchnation U UDtion ¬
nation to get out He thought per perhaps perhaps perhaps ¬
haps a a more barmoatag fueling might mightexist mightexl5t migttexist
exist with ODe less candidate and as asnobody i inobody
nobody else seemed witting to retire retirebe retire retirebe
be bad about made up bl b IIS s mmd to do doit doIL doit
it IL
ILESther
Either BlaIr or Warner wW be th thRepublican thRepu the theRepublican
Republican nominee aDd pitted kted against againstthe abalruttile againstthe
the successful aspirant will be David DavidJ Da DavidJ ld ldJ
J J Lewis Lewis Cumberland Democrat DemocratLewfe DeInocratLeis DemocratLewis
Leis will win is a a walk WIk his friends friendsand friendsand
and enemies both say T Dorsey Dor ey Etchin Etchinson Etchinson Etchinon
son on of Frederick who bas made a amore amore amore
more or less vigorous cnmpal campaign tD n has hasno h hno hasnomination
no show 5 w to capture the ZMmocratfr ZMmocratfrnomination D8IDocraunomination DemocratIoadnaLion
nomination nominationLewfe nominationLewis nominationw oadnaLionthe
Lewis bas an organfeation o t tfon left over ove
from the last lastLewis campaign Jsn when be e came camewithin camewithin
within about 869 69 votes of defeating
Pearre TIlls organization Is alive and andactive andactive
active actfve aDd will deliver Ute Bomlnatior Bomlnatiorwell DOIIIbItJorwell nominationwelt
well advised politicians throughout the
district say Etchieon will show showstrength showstrength
I strength in Frederick county his home homeand homeand
and in MontgOmery county He is not notexpected h hexpected
expected to ngure figure mUCh saewbereDemocrats eiaewbere eiaewbereDemocrats el ewlaGreDemocrats
Democrats Disappointed DisappointedDemocrats DisappointedDemocrats DisappointedDemocrats
Democrats in the Sixth were obvious ¬
ly disappointed when Pearce withdrew TritbdrewThey withdrewTh withdrewThe
They Th The expected him to win via taCt DOn nonhinatloa nomination Batlon ¬
tion and believed beUe ed if be old dI4L be would wouldbe w01lldbe wouldbe
be easier ea defeated deleat than any other Re Republican R Rpublican Republican ¬
publican In the District The Demo Demoorats Demoorats Democrats
orats now are hoping h that Warner will willwin illwin willwin
win Next to Pearre they regard tard him himas himas himas
as the weakest candidate candidteWhile cancUcltewnne t tWhile
While the Democrats Democratsore are dalmlD daiming
they can carry the district against any
Republican it is well known they fear fearBlair fearBla1r fearBlair
Blair more than any of the three present present pres present ¬
ent Republican aspirants a They know knowhe kno knohe knowhe
he bas warm friends and no bitter ene enemies ene enemies enemies ¬
mies In any of the th factions o f tthe tbe Re Republican Re Republkan Republican ¬
publican publicant publicanpart party part and is therefore in a aposition aposition aposition
position to t poll practically all the Republican Re Republican RepubUcan ¬
publican strength strengthThe strengthThe strengthThe
The coming week will mark the real realclose realclose realclose
close of the primary campaign Both
Bilr and Warner will spend their en entime 00time entime
time in the district and will not relax relaxtiultl relaxublU relaxuhltl
tiultl Saturday night
cards one for domestic customers customersand easternersand rS rSand
and one for steam eustomara for forthere 10thfe forthese
there were several small CMuiufdbtariac CMuiufdbtariacplants manofsfcturingplants
plants which purchased PU Based teal from fro > a him hintand himand himand
and they were nursed with infinite care careas cartas careas
as they bought the whole year round roundThis rouneLntls roundThis
This te why the coal man lovingly 1oYt V pat patted patted l lted
ted the side of Ms little card index cab cabinet eabinet ¬
il inet and told me that it alone was worth WorthOO worth3F4oQo
3F4oQo 10000 OO a year to him bimWhat himWhat himWhat
What this coal man did in his hisbusiness hisbusiness hisbusiness
business any man may do In a small smallbusiness smaUbusiness smallbusiness
business if he will adopt a similar similarfollow similar1ollow similarfollow
follow up system This card Index IndexIs IndexIs indexis
Is an automatic check on customers customersand customersand customersand
and can be used to advantage ge by any anyman auyman anyman
man The small store by personal personalEervice personalservice personalservice
service and a speaking acquaintance acquaintancewith Cvlntaacewith acQuaintaacewith
with its patrons can manage a a fol follow follow follow ¬
low up system of the sort more eas easily ens ensIly ao aoUy ¬
ily than the thebiE big man man New custom customers Customers customers ¬
ers are constantly straying into any anybusiness anybusiness anybusiness
business and If the old ODes can be beheld beheld beheld
held prosperity Is assured This is isthe isthe isthe
the best plan I know of to bold the tbeold theold theold
old ones onesAfter one oneAfter onesAfter
After two twoo years earnest work a ayoung ayoung
l young mechanic developed dev leped an fin finprovement im improvement Improvement ¬
provement or 2 typewriter of great greatImportance greatImportance greatimportance
Importance It would increase Increa the thaoutput theoutput theoutput
output of the machine at least leastper 2 2per e eper
per cent He bad several good offers offersof o1ers9t offersof
of a a lump sum for his invention but butrefused butrefused butrefused
refused all of o t t1i thdm em m Insisting on a aroyalty a aroyalty aroyalty
royalty and an at last found fou 1d one big bigmanufacturer DISmanufacturer bigmanufacturer
manufacturer who agreed to his bisterms histerms histerms
terms termsWhen termsWhen termsWhen
When the contract was drawn they theyagreed theyagreed theyagreed
agreed to pay him a certain sum for forevery forevery or orevery
every machine they turned out withhis withhis with withhis
his device on it and he agreed to not notallow notaUow notallow
allow any other make to use it lL They Theythrew Theythrew Theythrew
threw the contract Into the safe and andnever andnever andnever
never made one Ijeing satisfied to tokeep tok tokeep
keep k ep their competitors from veins 1I6ID It ItTbe it itThe itThe
The contract ud 1 d not specify that they theywere t theywere cy cywere
were to use it on every machine they theymade theymade theymade
made madeHe madeHe madeHe
He is a sadder but wiser Inventor InventorImpossible lny inventorImpossible tor torImposslbt
Impossible ImpossibleThere ImposslbtT ImpossibleThere
There T ore should sheuJdbe be no ouch word in inthe Inthe htthe
the dlctIbnary Its impossible lh1 to and lndanything andanything AD4lanything
anything that is impossible impossibleSalesmanship fmposel1lleSaJesmanslrip impossibleSalesmanship
Salesmanship Is sIMply Ute ability abilityto
to make others see the merit In what whatyou whatyou whatyou
you have to sell

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