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JUSTICE HARLAN FOR HEAD HEADOF HEADOF HEADOF
OF SUPREME COURT COURTThe COURTThe COURTThe
The s sclectieR ectk of Justice John Jo n M MHarJau L LHarlan LHarlan
Harlan as Chief C ief Justice J Jwieeof iee of tae Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court if decided 4eci ed upon by President PresidentTaft PresMientTaft PresidentTaft
Taft wotiM wo bring bri g to tile closing years yearsof yearsof yearsof
of the veteran jurists life a peculiar peculiarly ¬
ly y pleasing distinction Justice Harlan Harlanis Harlanis
is the senior C c eber ber of tbe Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court both ia 8 nge e and IH ill service be being being being ¬
ing seventyseven years oWT old and hav having a aing av aving ¬
ing served as associate j jueticC etiee for the tbelast tRelast thelast
last thirtytbree years rears Because Beca se of the tberespect tJterS therespect
respect rS t and admiration in which be beis Cis heis
is held as a atan and because of of his hisrecord Jtisrecord Msrecord
record as a jurist WiSt Justice Harlans HarlansrTevatkw HarJaasrevat HarlaRsrevatiosi
rTevatkw revat OR to Chief Justice would be beWelcomed bee1comed bewclcome
Welcomed by a hirge Jar e number DU r of peo people peopIc peepie ¬
pie in and u1 outside the legal profession professionTWENTYEIGHT profC55ionVENTYEIGHT professionTWENTYEiGHT
TWENTYEIGHT SENATORS SENATORSTO
TO BE ELECTED ELECTEDWhite ELECTEDWnile ELECTEDThile
White it is k5 true tTlI that the Democrats Democratscannot Democratscannot Dcocratscannot
cannot capture Ute Senate through throughthe
the Senatorial elections to be heM in invarious iBarions invarious
various States this winter t r it dees not notnecessarily notnecessarily notnecessarily
necessarily follow f4Jllo that the upper upperhouse u upperhouse per J Jhouse
house of Ute next JIe t Congress C CS6 will l con CORtinue continue
tinue to b be Ute stumblingblock to toprogress toprogrCflS toprogress
progress which w ieIt it has been for tbe tltclast t1clast I Ilast
last dozen years Successors S CS9S to twcn twcniy twentyeight
iy 1 tyeight y eight Senators will be elected this thiswinter taisinter thisinter
inter aM ere t already alred is sufficienterideDee sufcientevidence sufficient sufficientevidence
evidence to indicate that Democratic Democraticor
or insurgent t victories will be numer numerous BumerODS uuiueroils ¬
oils enough e to o create cre te in i tile Senate a aprogressive aprogressive j jprogressive
progressive dement that will be able ableto ableto ableto
to exert a potent t influence inth + ence iar putting puttingthrough puttingthrough
through progressive pr es5ive legislation legislationIn l slatioR 1
In the last t two sessions a handful handfulof Jta dfuI dfuIof
of progressive p es5 ve Republicans Re and pro progressive progreSfl progressive ¬
gressive greSfl ve Deaoerats were able to ac accomplish accomp1isk accomplisk ¬
complish more genuine eMliltC progress eS5 than thanhad t thanhad an anad
had ad marked rkeel the achievements hievjinent of the theSenate tacSenate theSenate
Senate in many year There is every everyreason cveryreasOR everyreason
reason to feel encouraged c eeura cd to believe believethat eUeTetbat believethat
that this t is leaven will be considerably considerablymore cOltSi
more than a handful in the next De t Con Congress Congreed ¬ i igr
greed gr The party division of thirty thirtySenators t thirtySenators irty 1 1Senators
Senators whose w OEe terms expire e pire March 4 47
1911 was twentyfour Republicans and andsix Adsix andMX
six MX Democrats CTts sec Successers 59rs to two o of ofthe oithe ofthe
the Democrats have ve already alrea y been1CtOO beeneleeted been beenelected
elected Democrats being ooi g chosen in ineach iaeach ineach
each case Of the remaining twenty twentyeight tWe twentyeight ty tyight
eight whose successors S S9rS will be elected electedthe eJectedthe electedthe
the four Democrats CI1lts in the last ses session sesesion ¬
sion were Taliaferro of Florida Mc McEnery McEnery 1c 1cEneTV
Enery EneTV of Louisiana Frazier of Tea Teanessee Teancs Tennessee
nessee ncs and Chdberson CuJ r R of Texas John JohnSharp JolinSharp JohnSharp
Sharp WaSams has already alre dy been beenelected beenelecteci beenelected
elected to t succeed Money Money of il UlSSissip UlSSissippi sissip sissippi
pi and Isidor Rayner er has already been beenelected beene1ected beenelected
elected to succeed himself from Mary Maryland Maryland Maryland ¬
landReIlWieBs land
landRepublicans
Republicans to whom w om successors successorsnil S1ICe05EorsmIl successorsi11
mIl nil i11 be elected are Flint of California CaliforniaBulkeley CalifontiaBulkeJey californiaBulkeley
Bulkeley of Connecticut du Post of ofDelaware ofDelaware ofDelaware
Delaware Beveridge Beve of i IndianaHale IndianaHaleof
of Maine Lodge Io ge of Massachusetts MassachusettsBurrows aseaeItusettsBurrows MassaehucettsBurrows
Burrows of 1 Michigan Uc i dapp lape of 3Gn 3Gnxsesota Miiinesota R Rnesota
nesota Warner of Missouri isEouri Carter of ofMontana ofIontaJta7 ofMontana
Montana Burkett of Nebraska Nixon Nixonof Nixonof
of Nevada Neva a s Keaa of Xew Jersey De Depew Depew Depew
pew of New York YfM MeCamfeer er of North NorthJ Xo NorthIita h hkota
J Iita kota fota Dick of Ohio Oliver ofPenn of Cflfl ¬
4 J 1
sylvania Aldrica of f Rhode Island IslandSutherland Is1aDdSutherland IslandSutherland
Sutherland of Utah Page of Vermont VermontPiles VormontPiles VermontPiles
Piles of Washington S Scott ott of West WestVirginia WestVirginia WestVirginia
Virginia La Follette Foll tte of Wisconsin Wisconsinand Wisconsinand
and Clark of Wyoming WyomingFlint WyomiBgFliRt WyomingFlint
Flint Hale Burrows Warner Kean KeanAMrici KCflnAWrich KcanAldrich
Aldrich pnd ud Piles every one of whom whomis trhoinis
is a reactionary will not be candi candidates candidates candidates ¬
dates before the t e Legislatures of their theirrespective theirrespective theirrespective
respective States and some of the theother theotaer theother
other regulars are likely to be retired retiredOa retiredOa retiredOn
Oa the other hand the insurgents insurgentscan iB urgonts urgontscan
can lose but one one member and it itis itis itis
is certain they will gain one in Miles MilesPoindester 1t1i1esPoinde MilesPoinderter
Poindester er It is also certain that thatwhen thatwnen thatwhen
when the progressives display I their theiradded theiradd theiraddid
added add d strength they will attract to totheir totheir totheir
their cause ca e half a a do dozen a of the t e near nearinsurgents nearinsurgents near nearinsurgents
insurgents who were sometimes with withthem withthem withthem
them and sometimes against them in inthe inthe inthe
the last two sessions sessionsA
A brand new order may be antic anticipated anticipated ¬ i iipated
ipated in the next Senate with leg legislative Iegislative legislative ¬
islative results of decidedly progress progressive progresive progrcsive ¬
ive character In the words of a acertain acertain acertain
certain welladvertised scientist scientistThere sciCAtistThere scientistThere
There is hope hopeMORE hopeMORE hopeMORE
MORE HIGHHANDED STREET STREETCAR STREETCAR STREETCAR
CAR TACTICS TACTICSThe
The Washington n Railway and Elec Electric Electric Electric ¬
tric Company doesnt propose to be beled beled beled
led away from the straight and nar narrow narrow narrow ¬
row path of selfishness by any such suchlittle suchlittIe suchlittle
little thing as public sentiment No Noindeed Noindeed Noindeed
indeed Its still in business for some something something something ¬
thing not exactly akin aki to health Wit Witness Witness Witness ¬
ness its new PAYE P YE cars Over the theprotests tlieprotests theprotests
protests of thousands of its patrons patronsit
it is installing a type of car that is isabout isabout isabout
about as uncomfortable as any which whichthe wRic8the whichthe
the brain of the carbuilder could con conceive conceive conccive ¬
ceive ceiveWhat ceiveW
What W at the Washington Railway and andElectric andElectric andElectric
Electric Company is after is profits profitsIt
It seemingly needs the money has hasthe hastRe hasthe
the power to get the money and is isgoing isgoing isgoing
going to proceed to collect Public Publicprotest Publicprotest Publicprotest
protest has as about as much effect on OBits onits onits
its managers as an a atomizer spray sprayon
on an Oregon forest fire Why W y should shouldthey shouldtRey shouldthey
they bow to tbe wis wishesof es of the people peopleThey peopleTItey peopleThey
They dont have to It would be ab absurd abS9nl absurd ¬
surd for them t em to consider co sider anything anythingbut anyta Dg Dgbut
but the economy and convenience of ofthe oft ofthe
the company The people have to toride toride toride
ride anyway so whats w the odds oddsAnd ofidsAnd oddsAnd
And what is the companys explana explanation explanation D Dtion ¬
tion of the discomfort its sew cars carsheap caseap carsheap
heap eap upon the traveling public Sure Surely SveJy Surely
ly it must have a reason reSin7 or at least leastan I Ian
an excuse cxcu e Yes it has and it is the thecutest t thecutest e ecutest
cutest little reason you ever heard heardList heardList heardList
List ListThe
The longitudinal seats are necessary necessaryon
on lines where frequent stops are aremade aremade areninde
made to let passengers on and off otrsJiort ofishort j jshort
short trip lines the company calk calkthem caUttltem calkthem
them lines on which w ick passengers ptlS er3 ride ridebut ridebut
but short distances Cress seats are arefine arefiDe arefine I
fine for suburban cars but theyTl theyTlnever theyilnever
never never never do for city cars carsThey carsThey I IT1Iey
They cause so much delay to passen passengers passcnI passcnIgeTS passengers ¬
gers getting on and off that patrons patronscomplain patroDScomplain patronscomplain
complain of thc tk time consumed in iareaching inreaclting inreaching
reaching their destinations destinationsIsnt destiaationsIsnt destinationsIsnt
Isnt that cute though Doesnt it itjust itjust itjust
just naturally convulse one o e with withlaughter withlaughter withlaughter
laughter at its very cunningness cunningnessCould cnm cunningnessCould ngne t tCou1d
Could a better argument be present presented ¬
ed Is there anywhere in i the realmof realmof realm realmof
of reascn an answer to it itBe itBe itBe
Be not deceived There is The Theanswer Theanswer i iaDSwer
answer exists e sts It is big and a sturdy sturdyand sturdyand I IaM
and complete It lives li es ia St Lo Loin Louir Louirin
in New York York1 city in Philadelphia P in inDetroit iaDetroit7 inDetroit I
Detroit in Baltimore in Chicago Ch cp in inNew i iXew ixNew
New Orleans pn iR ix Kansas City and in inpractically inpractically
I
practically every other ot er large city ia iathe illtRe inthe
i iIa
the country countryIn
In the cities enumerated crosssea crossseacars cross crosscars crossseaears
cars are used on short trip lines linesin linesin 1 1iR
in iR the downtown districts where w ere traf traffic trafAc trafSic ¬
Sic is heaviest where stops are most mostfrequent mostfrcqurnt mostfrequnt
frequent They are successfully used usedand usedaM usedand
and they are rapidly becoming the thestandard thestandard
standard street car They are being beingused beingused
used in greater numbers every month monthIncidentally mo monthIncidentally tk tkIJtCidcntaIJ
Incidentally most of the cities citiesmentioned citiesmentioned citiesmentioned
mentioned have obtained the cross crossseat crossseat crossseat
seat cars only after a much protest by bythe bytac bythe
the traction companies The same ex excuses excuses cxcuses ¬
cuses were offered that arc now of offered offered offered ¬
fered here cre Oh Oh no the cross seats seatsare scatsare seatsare
are impossible The company could couldnot couJdnot couldnot
not handle the crowds OB ollsucll such cars carsyet caTSJct carsyet
yet the cars have Ra vc been been installed and andthe andUte andthe
the crowds are being handled not notquite notquite notquite
quite as cheaply clt apJy or as conveniently convenientlyfor
for the t e companies perhaps but much muchmore muchmore muchmore
more comfortably for the crowds crowdsOf crmdsor crowdsOf
Of course the problem of transport transporting ¬
ing crowds in Washington is much muchmore mucllmore muchmore
more serious than in cities of half a amillion amiUion amillion
million to four million population An Aninfant Aniafant Aninfant
infant could appreciate that A lit little Ijttie littie ¬
tie town like New York say natu naturally natltral1y natnrally ¬
rally knows nothing of the difficulties difficultiesexperienced dif difficplticsexperienced Jties Jtiese
experienced e e Ccd in a huge place like Wash Washington Washington Vashington ¬
ington ingtonWashingtoniaas ingtonVaskingto ingtonWashingtonians
Washingtonians Vaskingto ians will rejoice to learn learnthat IearntHat learnthat
that the Interstate Commerce Com Commission Commission Cornmission ¬
mission is looking into the Washington WashingtonRailway WashingtonRailway WashingtonRailway
Railway and Electric Companys new newcars newears newears
ears The I e commission eomm s5 on wants to know knowwhether knoww knowwhether
whether w ether they provide provideuconvenient convenient and andcomfortable andcomfortablc7 andcomfortable
comfortable transportation Patrons Patronsof
of of the F street Bureau and Ninth Ninthstreet Ninthstreet Ninthstreet
street lines could give some interesing interesting interest interesting
ing and conclusive testimony on this thisAGITATION thi thiissue tbiissue
issue issueAGITATION issueAGITATION
AGITATION FOR CHEAPER CHEAPERCABLE CHEAPERCABLE CHEAPERCABLE
CABLE RATES RATESThe RATESTke RATESThe
The Institute Ins itut of Journalists held heldconferencel a aconierc aconference
conferencel conferencelrecently conierc conference ce recently in London at atwhich atw atwhich L
which w icJt they voted by acclamation thatthe that thatthe hatt1te L
the time bad arrived for binding the theempire theempire theempire
empire together with an electrical electricalgirdle electricalgirdle electricalgirdle
girdle of cheap cables The editor of ofthe oft1tc ofthe f
the Daily Telegraph said that further furtherprogress furt furtherprogress er erprogress
progress in the reduction of cable cablerales cablerates cablerates E
rates depended upon dealing with th thAtlantic the tJteAtlantic theAtlantic
Atlantic cable companies companiesAnd
And then Hem Hcaton arose
For more than a quarter of a coriury coriuryhe ccn ccnBe ccnurylie
he has been fighting unselfishly for forthe forthe forthe
the reduction in the cost of communi communication communi communition communication ¬
cation tion He devoted his attention first firstto firstto firstto
to cheaper c eaper postal rates As a result resultof resultof resultof
of his labors the penny rate has long longprevailed Iongprevailed longprevaiied
prevailed throughout tbroughoutEngland England and her hercolonies hercolonies hercolontes
colonies and nd to him more thuu th l to toany toany toany
any other otherman man is due the recent con convention conention convention >
vention establishing a twocent two cent rate ratebetween ratebetween ratebetween
between this tJ country and Great Brit Britain Britain lIntala ¬
ain He hasnow has now turned t rned his attention attentionmore attentionmore attentionmore
more particularly partiet larly to the fight for a atwocent atwocent atwocent
twocent cable cableratc rate and those who whoknow whoknow whoknow
know him feel confident that he will willsee willsoo wiUsee
see it established before he gives over overthe ovort overthe
the t c fight fightIn iightIn fightIn
In the course of his hi speech before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the Institute of Journalists he made madethe madetRe madethe
the statement that of ofthe the thirteen cable cablelines cableJines cablelines
lines between England on the one hand handand bandnd handand
and nd Canada and America on the other otherfen oUlerteB otherten
fen are kept idle by the ring which whichhas whichhas
has been fighting fi hting cable reduction The Thecarrying Thecarrying Thecarrying
carrying capacity of those cables he hesaid hesaW hesaid
said is twelve times greater than their theirpresent theirpresent theIrpresent
present work They could convey
300000000 words a year and yet as asa asa asa
a matter of fact they are carrying carryingonly carryingoRly carryingonly
only 21000000 He thinks the cables cablesof
of the world should be bought out by bythe bythe bythe
the governments of the civilized word wordand wordand wordand
and that the cable monopoly should shouldend shouldc shouldend
end c The TIlefirst first step he paid was to tocall tocall tocall
call a conference of the postmasters postmastersgeneral postmastersgeneral postmastersgeneral
general of the world and establish a apennyaword apennyaword apennyaword
pennyaword rate throughout Europeand Europe Europeand Europeand
and then take up the question with withthis wittAtS withthis
this country It was intolerable that thatthe t thatthe at atthe
the cables should be working to only onlyonetwelfth 0II1yonetwelfth onlyonetwelfth
onetwelfth of their capacity while
120000000 people were practically bar barred barred barred ¬
red from the use of the cables by ex exorbitant exorbitant cxorbitant ¬
orbitant charges chargesYears chargesYears changesYears
Years ago Mr Hcaton saw a poor poorwoman poorW01 poorwoman
woman W01 an in Australia unable to get getfrom getfrom getfrom
from the postoffice a letter from her herson heson herson
son in England because of the high highcharges higRc highcharges
charges c rges on it it He gave her er the money moneyand woneyaDd moneyand
and there resolved to dedicate bis life lifeto Hfeto lifeto
to the cause of cheaper postage He Hehas He8S Hehas
has wrought a revolution and it is to tobe tohe tobe
be hoped that he will be equally suc successful succeSful sueceosful ¬
cessful in bringing about a reasonable rcaCOD3btereductioR reasonablereduction reasonablereduction
reduction in cable rates which are now nowprohibitive BOWptoItibitive nowprohibitive
prohibitive so far as the average citi citizen citizeR citizea ¬
zen is concerned concernedIt
It Is emphatically denied denedthat that the theWashington UleWashington theWashington
Washington Railway and Electric ElectricCompany ElectricCompsny ElectricCompany
Company has decided decJ ed to take a popu popular popular popumr ¬
lar vote to determine whether the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people like Its new PAYE cars carsConsidering c8nJCOJlSlderlng carsConsidering
Considering the subsequent neces necessity necessity necessity ¬
sity of f hiding out Dr Cook was wassurely wassurel wassurely
surely surel wise to grab what he could cottklearly cOtlklearly couldearly
early in the game gameIt gameIt gameIt
It Is barely possible that when w en the thefirst tltefirst thefirst
first Cabinet 1Mnet meeting meetln Is held it will willbe willbe willbe
be discovered theres a skeleton at atthe atthe atthe
the feast reastMr feastYr feastMr
Mr Bryans repudiation of Dahl Dahlaated DahlmaD DahIman
maD mlht very properly be de lg deagmated lgnated
mated a bolt from from the blue blueTBC blueT1Ic blueThe
The G A A R R vets display a a com coramendabie commen4able
mendabie willingness to concede concedethat concedethat
that ct v t IP IPThe last last the ar r Is over overJbe overThe
The Atlantic ocean and the South SouthPole SouthP SouthPole
Pole P e are about the only anI things left leftfor lefttor leftfor
for the aviators now nowTbe nowTbe nowThe
Tbe band wagon will fill up fast fastenough fastenough fastenough
enough when Its once decided whos whosto bos bosto
to do the driving drivingThere drivingThere dnlvgThere
There are signs that Xew Jersey TerseyUghtalns Jerseylightning
i lightning will be plentiful this fall fallIt fallIt
It begins to look as If the Lee statue statuewould statueToukl statuewould
would stay put putFormal putCLOUDBURST putCLOUDBURST
CLOUDBURST CAUSED CAUSEDROCK CAUSEDROCKISLAND
ROCK ROCKISLAND ISLAND CRASH CRASHFormal CRASHFormal
Formal Inquiry Into Wreck Wreckin
in Which Sixteen Met MetDeath MeDeath j jDeath
Death DeathCLAYTON DeathCLATTOX DeathCLAYTON
CLAYTON Kan Sept 24 4A A for formal reImal forma ¬
mal ma investigation In of the wreck oh ohthe ekthe onthe
the Rock Island railroad two miles mileseast mUescast mileseast
east of here In which hlell sixteen per persons persens perSons ¬
sons were killed yesterday was be begun Itesun begun ¬
gun today todayIt
It was caused by a cloudburst cloudburstwhich cJoudittirs4which cloudhurstwhich
which washed out several hundred hundredfeet bundredfeet hundredfeet
feet of track The trainwas train was run running nlRning running ¬
ning on time and on a straight straightstretch straightstretch straightstretch
stretch of track trackEvidently trackEvldentJy trackEvidently
Evidently the first intimation 01 01danger 01da1 otdanger
danger da1 ger the engineer had was when whenhe whenb whenhe
he b ran into water which had cov covered covered coyered ¬
ered the track near a fill fillHe fiUHe fillHe
He reversed the engine but not Ia Iatime 13Hme intime
time to prevent It and the smoker smokerfrom smokerfrom smokerfrom
from leaving the track The T e rear rearend rearend rearend
end of the thersmoker smoker was tilted and andthe andth andthe
the th chair car crashed into It The Thedead Thedead Thedead
dead all were occupants of the thesmoker thesmoker thesmoker
smoker while those In the chair car carescaped carescaped carescaped
escaped with more or less serious seriousInjuries seriousInjuries seriousInjuries
Injuries InjuriesWhats InjuriesI
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Steamer Charles Macalester Iacale3 er leaves
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oclock for Mt 1t Vernon VfernonOld VernonOld VbrnonOld
Old Point Comfort and Norfolk Norfolksteamer Norfolk5tea Norfolksteamer
steamer 5tea or leaves Seventh street streetwiiatr streetwhir Streetw1f
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CHANLERS WIVES WIVESrnAY LVES LVESMAYMEET
rnAY MAYMEET MEET IN N NY NYNo Y YNo
No 1 IMay May Follow Cavalieri CavalieriWho CavalieriWho CavalieriWho
Who Is to Rush Back Backto
to America AmericaXETV
NEW YORK Sept ZL 24Thal That Mmel MmelCavaleidChanler Mme MmeCavale4rlChanler me meCavaleirtChanler
CavaleidChanler will hasten to the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States to fish the suit entered enteredby enteredby enteredby
by Mrs Mrs1uUa Julia Chanler asking askln that the theprenuptial theprenuptiaJ thepeenuptial
prenuptial contract bY which Robert RobertWiathrop RobertWiatbrop RobertWinthrop
Wiathrop Chanler gave his fortune to tothe tothe tothe
the songbird son blrd be annulled was the bur burden burden burden ¬
den of a cable ca le received in this city cityfrom cItyfrom cityfrom
from Paris today todayIt
It was said that Mme Lina would not notonly notonly notonly
only contest t the suit brought by wife wifeNo w1eNo1 wifeNo
No No1 I but she will array arrayherselr herself in incourt incourt Incourt
court against her husband as a result resultof resultof resultof
of his action in abrogating the power powerof poverot powerof
of attorne which he gave her to col collect collect calbet ¬
lect his fortune fortuneIn fOJ utH I
In elite circles In which the Astor AstorChanlers AstorChanJcrs AstorChanlers
Chanlers move noye It was reported today
Mrs Julia Chanler and her two daugh daughters daughters daughtern ¬
ters might return to this country tem temporarily temporarily ternporarily ¬
porarily while the suit Is in progress progressIf
If she does the present and former formerwives fonnerwives formerwives
wives will meet in court and struggle struggleface struggleface struggleface
face to face over the Chanler fortune fortuneIt
It was also reported that the domes ¬
tic ti and financial scandal l may also have havethe havethe havethe
the effect of bringing Robert WInthrop
Chanler and his wife together again againIt n nIt
It was hinted that a a reconciliation reconciliationmight reconcl1at1onmight reconciliationmight
might follow However Mme Ime Una UnaCavaleiri
Cavaleiri declares she is determined to tostay tostay tostay
stay married to the artistclubman
She will brook no divorce divorceArmy divorceArmy divorceArmy
Army > and an Navy NavyService NavyService NavyService
Service Orders OrdersARMY
ARMY ARMYCaptain ARMYCaptain ARMYCaptain
Captain WILL L PYLES Medical
Corps will report to Fort Macken Mackenzie Mackenale ¬
ale de Wyo WyeFirst WyoFirst WyoFirst
First Lieutenant RICHARD H JOB ¬
DAN Coast Artillery Corps will willtake willtake willtake
take station in New ew York city
Captain JAMES B MITCHELL Coast
Artll ry t Corps is placedon placed on the un unMajor unaenig
aMlE ed Jet September 35 1t
Major HENRY H H WHITING Coast
Artillery Corps to service in the
Adjutant Generals Department vice Ioe
Xajor IRA A A HAYNES adjutant adjutantgeneral adjutantgetteraJ adjutantgeneral
general relieved relievedMajor relievedMajor relievedMajor
Major HAYNES to command Fort
Baker CaL relieving Major JOHN
W RUCKMAN Coast Artillery
Corps who will proceed proce to Manila
Philippine 2 laDds laDdsCaptain slandeCaptain < 0and 0andCaptain
Captain Hafetead DOREY Fourth In ¬
fantry relieved from duty at Fort
Jay 1 New ew York and will join his hiscompany hisrOltt lilacompany
company rOltt ny
First Lieutenant nt WALTER C JONES 10N
Signal S t Corps is assigned ned to the Thir ¬
teenth Infantry
First Lieutenant FRANKR FR FRANK TJV R CURTIS
Thirteenth Infantry j is g aaefenedto 8tned to
duty in the dlgml Corps for duty as ascommanding allcOdaDdID ascoenmandhug
commanding officer of the cable skip
BurnsWe relieving First Lieutenant
Walter C Jones Sljnuil Corps CorpsNAVY CorpsNAVY CorpsNAVY
NAVY NAVYLieutenant NAVYLieutenant NAVYLieutenant
Lieutenant Commander W H STAND
IEY granted srtck leave two months
Lieutenant Commander C C B BARNES
detached West Virginia to Colorado
Lieutenant Commander L F JAMES
detached Colorado to West t Virginia
Lieutenant P P Bassett detached d ched com command commaDd cornBland ¬
Bland Tarpon to home h nic and wait waitorders vaJtorders waitorders
orders ordersLieutenant ordersLleuteDlUlt ordersLieutenant
Lieutenant K K WHITING to command
Tarpon TarponMidshipman TarpolLXl TarponMidshipman
Midshipman Xl S W KING KI G to South Da ¬
kota kotaPaymaster kotaPaYJlNUter kotaPaymaster
Paymaster H H BALTHIS detached detachedVirginia
Virginia to Naval Medical School S hol
Hospital Washington D C for fortreatment fortreaunent fortreatment
treatment treatmentPassed treaunentPu treatmentPassed
Passed Assistant Paymaster J H GUN GuXELL GU GUNELL
NELL ELL to Virginia aspay as p officer officerAssistant officerAMlstant officerAtstant
Assistant Paymaster B D ROGERS ROGERSto
to Navy i Na Yard Boston Mass ass as as assistant ast assistant ¬
sistant t to the accounting accountJn officer officerCM officerCAhr officerChb
CM CAhr f Boatswain J HElL to Naval NavalAcademy NavalAC84enty NavalAcademy
Academy Annapolis Md MdBoatswain MdDesinwain Id IdBoatswaln
Boatswain T L McKENNA cKE A detaehed detaehedCharleston detaebedCharie 4eaehedCharleston
Charleston to Navy av Yard Puget IPugetSound 1PugetSound PugetSound
Sound Wash WashBoatswain WashBoatswain ash ashBoatswain
Boatswain F HINDRELET detached detachedWest dctachedWe detachedWest
West t Virginia to Naval Training
Station San Francisco CaL CaLBoatswain CaLBoatswain CalBoatswain
Boatswain B SCHUMACHER SCI CHEP detach detached ¬
ed Pensacola Naval Training Stai Staitk Sta Station Stalion
tk lion > n San Francisco o Cal a1 to West
Virginia VirginiaMachinist VirinlaJlahfnlst VirginiaMachinist
Machinist P BURKE detached Geor Georgia Goorgin ¬
gia to home and wait ait orders ordersXachtnist ordersMachinist
Machinist O JOHNSON to Navy Sa SaYard
Yard Norfolk Va VaMOVEMENTS VaOVEZrIENTS VaMOVEMENTS
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS VESSELSArrived VESSELSArrived VESSELSArrived
Arrived Bagley tt Annapolis Le ¬
banon at lona Island and Iowa at
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaSailed PhlJad lpbla
Sailed California Colorado > and
Pennsylvania from Valparaiso for
Chimbote Washington from Val Valparaiso Valp Vatpanalno ¬
paraiso p raiso for Taclahuano Chile
Iwana from Boston for Rockland Rocklandand Ro Roklandand kland klandaDd
and Hannibal from Newport ewport News
for Culebra CulebraIn CulebraI
I In IntheMaiIr3ag IntheMaiIr3agPay the Mail Bag BagPay I IPay
Pay of Census Clerks ClerksTo
To T tile Edttor of Tbe Washington Wasi n1on Times TimesWill Timesm TimesWill
Will m you kindly voice olee another item of ofinterest orInterest ofinterest
interest to the census clerks clerksWe clerkse clerksWe
We e have about become reconciled recODC ed to
the piece price of 39 cents per hundred hundredand hundredand hundredand
and those of us who possess fair falrbealth falrbealthare health healthare
are beginning to make a living alary salaryI
W T i another agitation arises ariseswiu
Rumor says that one ot two thin thinWll thiniis thiniiswil
wiu iuortiy Iurtl occur Either Eitherall all punchers punchersare
are to be placed upon a regular salary
baste is or O4 the th rate per hundred hund d for piece
work Tvlll be cut down It was an anper announced announced
nounced at the outset that If 38 ceNts ceNtspcr centsper
per hundred was not satisfactory the therate therate therate
rate would be increased increasedIt
It was as not satisfactory to many man but butwe butwe butwe
we did not anticipate that lik Illw our ourtroublesome ourtroublesome ourtroublesome
troublesome tariff its revision would
be contrary to all expectation expectationAs
As rumor now has it It the iruiximum iruiximumsalary D nximumsalary ixlmumsala
salary sala mentioned will 111 be from 15 15 to 525 2
less per month than most of the ex experienced experienced cxperlenced ¬
perienced clerks are now making
I trust that this ia only onI rumor and andnothing andnotblng andnothing
nothing more ana anti that the census censusclerks cenmsclerks censusclerks
clerks may ma not be deprived of even a aportion aportion aportion
portion of their hardearned comocnsa comocnsatton comDcnsatlon coinnensaties
ties Yours truly D S C CNight c cNight CNight
Night School Needed NeededTo
To the Editor ef The Washln Washington on Tines TinesHaving TlnesHavine TimesHaving
Having read so much of your valu valuable valuable ialeab4e ¬
able aid in different causes us uss I write to tosolicit toseiicit toslieit
solicit cooperation In
your getting a anight anight anight
night school for fo Anacostia children childrenThe childrenThe childrenThe
The Board of Education
received a apetition apetition apetition
petition two years ago from prominent prominentcitizens prominentcitizens
citizens asking a S for a night school and andpromised andpromised andpromised
promised one for last year Yf r but failed
in its promise 1 promiseI romis
1 remember r a few months ago a astatement astatement
statement 1 In The Times saying there therewere therewere thereWere
were several organized bands of bad
boys In that district The bad boys boysarc boSarc boysarc
arc made up of the uneducated boys boysI boyswhole boyswhose
I whose mothers are widows who depend dependa
a great deal on n their assistance The Thejboys Thtboys Theboys
jboys boys were we obliged to leave school at an anearly anearly anearly
early age ageA ageA ageA
A night school 5 hool would also als be a aploce good goodplace goodplace
place to spend their evenings not hav having havin haylug ¬
lug a library reading readin room or o park parknearer parinearer parknrer
nearer than the Capitol and m of course coursecar cOUrecar courseear
car fare must be taken into considera consideration cOnideralion
ition lion also A SUBSCRIBER
r
Assistant Secretary of StateAnd StateAnd State StateAnd
And Mrs MrsWilson Wilson Going to toEurope Europe
Ranking Officer of Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment and Wife to Sail SailTuesday SailTuesday SailTuesday
Tuesday TuesdaySojourn TuesdaySojourn TuesdaySojourn
Sojourn Abroad Is IsPlanned IsPlannedto Planned Planjiedto
to Extend OverTw9 Over Two TwoMonths TwoMonths I
Months MonthsThe
The Assistant Secretary of o State and aadMrs aooIrs andMrs
Mrs Huntington Wilson wiN go verto OYertoew overtoNew vertoNew
New ew York tomorrow or OtH M0ady aad aadwill aadw1ll andwill
will sail from there Tuesday Tue daf norateg g oc octhe octhe onthe
the Kronprinz Wilhelm ef tile North NorthGerman NorthGerman NorthGerman
German Lloyd line for a two months monthsEuropean MOnthsEuropean monthsEuropean
European sojourn sojournMr sojourn1r sojournMr
Mr Wilson has been the Acting Secre Secretory SecretOry Seerstory ¬
tory of Stat < > during the summer and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Wilson has retbaLicd re ed m the thecity thecitywith thecItywith city citywith
with him acting as the f be ranking t81 official officialhostess otIlclklhostess offlchdhostess
hostess on a number of Important importantocca importantoccamons occasbus occa occasions ¬
sions Much of the burden of official officialentelrainiug omclalentetra1nIng officialentetraining
entelrainiug required of the wife of the theSecretary theSe theSecretary
Secretary Se retary of State has however dei deivolved devolved do dovalved
volved upon Mrs Wilson in the last lastyear lasteat lastIear
year on account of a period of mourn mournIngr mourning mournlug
lug which Mrs Knox wife of the Secre Secretary Secretary Scenetary ¬
tary has been observing for her brother brotherMrs MotherIrs brotherMrs
Mrs Irs Wilson WI n who is one of the young youngest youngest youngcat ¬
est official hostesses es In the city has ac acquitted ao aoquitted noquitted ¬
quitted herself with ttb remarKabte poise poiseand poiseand poIseand
and dignity dignityLucius dignityLudus
oio oioLucius
Lucius E Gridley GridleyAnd G GnidleyAnd d1ey d1eyAnd
And Wife W e Go To New Yerk YerkMr YerkIr YorkMr
Mr Ir and Mrs l1f Lucius B Gridley at attended attended attended ¬
tended the G A R encampment omcam esent at atAtlantic tAUandc atAtlantic
Atlantic City this week They will go goto goto goto
to New York today for 9 8 stoort stay stayand atTand stayand
and then will visit t their aiece ece Mrs MrsLewis MrsLeMs MrsLeads
Lewis Buddy formerly Miss Katherine KatharineGridley KatherineGridley KatherineGnldiey
Gridley at East Orange e N J JLee 1Lee JLee
Lee McClung United tnifed States Treasurer Treasurerleft Trea Treasurerleft urer urerleft
left Washington yesterday ye for New NewYork XewYork NewYork
York en route to Los Angeles AJtJ Cal Calwhere CaJwhere Calwhere
where he w w1 I attend the meeting of the theBankers thoBankers theBankers
Bankers Association ocItIon Mr McClung will willreturn willreturn willreturn
return to tb the Capital in about a month monthMaj month1taj monthMaj
+
Maj W F Blauvelt BIat TT t S So A and aadMrs DdIrs andMrs
Mrs BlauveU have taken an apartment apartmentat
at the Dresden Miss Natalie Blauvelt Blauveltwho Blauveltwho Blauveltwho
who has been spending the summer ia iathe tathe Inthe
the mountains of West Virginia has hasJoined hasjoined hasjoined
Joined her parents 1Uen 1 for the wt winterMrs winter winterMrs ter terMrs
Mrs Elizabeth A Oaten widow o oRepresentative or orRcprettentaUve orRepresentative
Representative Quina of Albany N Y Yand Yand Yand
and sister of Mrs BtanveU wife of ofMajor o oIajor OfMajor
Major Blauvelt U S S A A will leave leaveWashington 1oveWashlngt leaveWashington
Washington n > jortly for Rome Italy Italywhere Italywhere Italywhere
where she c Jl spend the winter wteterMarcy wi8tIarcy winterMarcy
+
Marcy ST Mitchell YItC ell h hsu as Ms guests guestsPiney guetor guestsfor
for several clays t his DeW cottage at atPiney atPiney
Piney Point Jacob Dtemer and William WHHamCrapster WilliamCrapster WUhamCnapater
Crapster of Washington WashmgUwMlss was wasXles WashingtonlIes
Mlss lIes Katherine ilcCHak CrlRk of f IMS New NewHampshire NewHampeblre NewHampshire
Hampshire avenue has returned 1KJMCI to the thecity Utecity thecity
city for the winter winterGen wtnterGen mterGm
Gen Alfred MordecI 1 U S A re1 re1tired reItired re retired
tired and Mrs Mordecai will return to1 to1Washington te teWasblngton toWashington
Washington in a a few fe w wolts oks frftnt r frs North NorthButton NertSUtton NorthSutton
SUtton on Lake Sunayee Su N H where wherethey wherethey whorethey
they have been for forthe th Ute UteMrs awminnr awminnrMrs suerMrs
Mrs De Witt WittArrives WittArrives WittArrives
Arrives for the Winter WinterMrs wlnteryrs WinterMrs
Mrs De Witt widow c t the late Col CalCalvin ColCal ColCalvin
Calvin Cal n De Witt U S So A A who spent the thesummer thesummer thesummer
summer wiU her daughter Mrs Btan Btanchard BlaRchard Blanchard
chard wife of If CAlK Robert ert M Blanch BIaehard Blanchand Bfautchard
ard Medical Corps U S S A A at P Pert PertSheridan < ert ertSheridan I ISheridan
Sheridan HL and in th the Adirondack Adirondackhas A Adirondackshas 1r ndackg ndackgbas
has returned to Washington for the thewinter Utewinter thewinter
winter winterMrs winterIrs winterMrs
Mrs Irs Tracy wile wifeof niioT of Cap Cpt Joseph 1o P PTracy PTraCY PTracy
Tracy U S S A has lust returned to toWashington toWashln toWashIngton
Washln Washington on by automobile from West WestPoint WestPoint WestPoint
Point N Y YMiss Y1a5 YMiss
Miss 1a5 Ethel BarksdaJe BarkSdale daughter ughter or orChase orr orMr
Mr r and Mrs rs Cad lI ShUf Shalher ere of Chevy vTChase ChevyChase
Chase and Dei Alan Warren Pe Pease s of New NewYork lewYNk NewYerk
York whose engagement was W8umouaeed W8umouaeedSPing announcedlast announced announcedlast
last spring wilt w t be married Monday MondayOctober HoBdayOetober MondayOctober
October X XMrs 3Irs 3 3Mrs
Mrs Henry Todd whw wfc w of the late teieProf lateProt lateProf
Prof Todd U S S N who has been at atBlue a aBlue atBlue
Blue Ridge Summit Pa for the last lastmonth Jutmonth Instmonth
month Is now at Cleveland Park for a afew aeW afew
few eW weeks weeksThe w WtckSThe kg kgThe
The Minister of Denmark D nmark and Countess CountessSeismograph CounteesSHOCKS CountessSHOCKS
SHOCKS RECORDED RECORDEDLASTING RECORDEDLASTING
LASTING AN ANHOUR ANHOURSeismograph HOUR HOURSeismograph
Seismograph at Georgetown GeorgetownUniversity GeorgetownUniversity GeorgetownUniversity
University Registers RegistersSeries RegistersSeries RegistersSeries
Series of Tremors TremorsFather
Father FancIs A A Toidorf in charge chargeof
of the observatory at Georgetown Uni University Gnlversity University ¬
versity today announced that the themograph sets seismograph setsinograph ¬
mograph at the observatory test night nightrecorded Dihtrecorded nightrecorded
recorded an earthQuake which he be believes be beUeves beileves ¬
lieves to have occurred probably 2909 2909miles 2000mUes 2itOmiles
miles southeast of here herePreliminary hereProUmlnary herePreliminary
Preliminary tremors began at 19S p pm pm pin
m m and lasted until uutllllt M46 I4 p JR m and were werefollowed werefollowed werefollowed
followed by shocks extending until itntHThe ntH UL ULThe ilLThe
The tremors continued until 1136 p pTU to tom pin
TU m in when another shock b took t4 lace irfacelasting lacelestIng placelasting >
lasting one minute minutehad minuteAt minuteAt
At 1137 Po p m after the thebad selsedgrapk selsedgrapkhad
had been agitated for one hour and oa oaminute ORe OReminute oneminute
minute the tremors ceased ceasedAMBASSADORS ceasedAMBASSADORS ceasedAMBASSADORS
AMBASSADORS TAXI TAXIIN TAXIIN TAXIIN
IN TROLLEY CRASH CRASHNEW
NEW YORK Sept 24 LYhHe WhHe on his hisTvay hisy lilaway
way y to see Colonel Roosevelt in his hiseditorial hiseditorial hiseditorial
editorial offices offi eS Baron HengeimuIIer HengeimuIIerAustrian HeDgelmullerAustrian HengelniullerAustrian
Austrian ambassador to the Unite UniteStates UnlttOftStates UnIte1States
States had a narrow escape His taxi taxicab taxicab taxicab
cab became Jammed between two twotrolley twotreUey twotrailer
trolley cai cal < wrecking the machine but butthe butthe butthe
the ambassador a ba sador escaped injury injuryConcert injuryCOnGert InjuryConcertToday
Concert ConcertToday ConcertTodayBy Today TodayBy
By the TJ S Marine a ne Band ana at the theWhite theWhite theWhite
White House at 420 p J m mWILLIAM In InwILLIAt inWILLIAM
WILLIAM H SANTELMANN SANTELMANNLeader SA SANTELMAWNLeader lN lNLeader
Leader LeaderPROGRAM LeaderPROGRAM LeaderPROGRA3L
PROGRAM PROGRAMMarch PROGRAMIarch PROGRA3LMarch
March Joseph Winters WintersTyrrelt WintersTyrreltOverture Tyrrell TyrrellOverture l1 l1Overture
Overture EuryantheVoa Euryantlte Vea Weber WeberFifth WeberFifth WeberFlftb
Fifth Nocturne N NocturneLeybeek NocturneLeybeekClarinet cturne Leyback LeybackClarinet LeybticltClarinet
Clarinet Solo Melodie leIo ie 4e Puri Puritanl Puritani Purltaut
taut Bassi BassiMusician BassiIuslclan BassiMusician
Musician Jacques L L TOaapoucke TOaapouckeScene WanpouckeScene kO kO15cene
15cene Scene lr fIlfl rIm m RhetogoMWagner RhetogoMWagnerFirst RhektgoW Vaoner VaonerFirst
First Waltz Op SS SSDuraDd SSDuraDdt1alop > Durand DurandGalop
Galop Ride of the Hussars HussarsSaatelmann HuesamsSaMelmnann RnfSantetm
Saatelmann SaatelmannOverture SaMelmnannOverture nn nnOvert
Overture Overt ro Wiinara Vl um Tir TelrRoesint TelrRoesintThe Rossini RossiniThe
The StarSpansted SarS a5pan ic4 Banner
1
Moltke who have been abroad for the thegreater thegre thegreater
greater gre ter part or the summer have re returned returned returned ¬
turned to this country coun and are now In InNew InXew InNesr
New York They will JU probably make a avisit a avt avisit
visit to the countess sr parents Mr and andMrs andrs andMrs
Mrs rs Nathaniel atnle Thayer Thye at their ther summer summerhome smmer smmerJe summerhome
home Je at Lancaster Ler Mass Ma before beforecoming beforeemlng beforeaeming
coming emlng to Washington Wahin S on for the winter winterS winterMr wnter wnterMr winterMi
Mr Justice and Mrs r Lurton who are areat area areat
tce Lrn
at a the Ue Virginia Virgia a Hot Springs Spns entertained entertaineda entete
a small s1 company cpY during durn the te tea te and andconcert andCet andconcert
afternoon are areCpt concert Cet hour hr at the te Casino CaD yesterday yesterdayafternoon yeterday yeterdayare yesterdayafternoon
4 1 1Capt
Capt Cpt Robert Rober R R Ralston Rl n U S A wh whohas who whohas
has h been bee spending sning a wee week or two in inWashington inWaln9o InWashuvrtou
Washington has hs returned retre to his bi post at atNew atNew atNew
pt
New Waln9o Orleans OrlCns OrTeans La L Mrs r Ralston RJ former formerly for forly formerly ¬
ly Miss Louise Luie I4uI e Chase Ch who h has h been beenmaking ben benmkJ beenmaking
making mkJ an extended visit to her er mother motherMn motherMrs
extene v mter mterMr
Mn Mr ConstaattBe otntaQ Chase Ch will wil Join him himin hm hmin binsin
in October OctoberDr Ocor OcorDr OctoberDr jn
Dr and ad Mrs Whiting WhitingEntertain Wtg WtgEnter WhitingEntertain
Entertain Enter at Hot Springs SpringsDr Sp ng
Dr and an Mrs r Guy Fairfax Farax Whiting Whitingdrove WIUng WIUngdrove Whitingdrove
drove over to Faseifern FasCem farm far yesterday eterdy
I
from the Virginia Vigni Hot Ho Springs and a en entertained enteri entertalned ¬
tertained teri at tea te for a a saddle Spg party In Inchiding Ineluding
chiding cJi Miss XI GiadysIngalls GldyIngll Miss M Abbie AbbieBarnard Abe AbeBrd AbbleBarnard
Barnard Brd Hiss lUI 1sS Grace R R Rutherford RutherfordMiss Rutherfor RutherfordMiss
Miss 1i Mary ar McCauley rcJe of o Washington Washingtonand Walnln Walnlna
and a Miss Is Alice Whiting and Miss Julia JuliaWhiting 1ullabiting JuliaWhiting
Whiting WhitingMrs bitingMrs
5r 5rMrs
Mrs Julian James 1ameS Is expected to re return re return return ¬
turn to Washington next week and andopen andopen andopen i
open her residence on Twentieth street streetfor streettor streetfor 1
for the winter winterLieut winterLleut winterLimit
Limit Charles D D ooauoway Galloway U S N JTand Nand Nand
and Mrs Galloway have returned return to toWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington from Spring Lake Jf P J Jwhere 1where Jwhere
where they spent the summer and are areat aret areat
at t the Dupont for o the whiter whiterMiss wHIterYIe winterMiss
Miss Elsie Aldrich dattgiiier 88g fer of Sena Senator Senator Seantot ¬
tor and Mrs Nelson elBon W Aldrich is on ontertainincr entertalDlaa ontertainins
tertainincr a weekend w k house party at atthe atthe atthe
the AMrleh country seat at Warwick WarwickNeck Warwickeck WarwickNOckRL
Neck NOckRL NOckRLBaron eck R R L LBaron LBaron
Baron HengelnmHer HengelnmHerTo
To Meet Delegates DelegatesThe
The AustroHunsariaa ambassador ambassadorBaron lAbssadprBaron ambassadorBaron
Baron Hengelmuller will come to toWashington toWae toWashington
Washington Wae 1ngton October X 3 to meet the thedelegates thedelegates thedelegates
delegates from his country to the In International Inter Internatlonal ¬
ternational ter aI Prison Congrats The T e am ambassador amba88dor ambasnador ¬
bassador and the baroness access accompanied aocompanied accesspanted ¬
panied by the members of the embassy embassystaff eJJtb8ssystaJr embassystaff
staff have only Just arrived at Lenox Lenoxfor Lenoxfor Lenoxfor
for the autumn Since their return returnfrom returnfrom returnfrom
from a short European trip in early earlyspring earlyspdnJ earlyspring
spring and summer they the have been at atBar atBar atBat
Bar Harbor for tbe be season seasonThe seasonThe l5on l5onThe
The counselor of oi the AustroHnn AustroHnnKHrten AustroHuna AnatroHungsrlan
KHrten a embassy and Mate Loewenthal LoewenthalLlnau LoewenthalLIn LeewenthalLinau
Llnau u who are BOW Ow traretfne in Can Canada CanAlia Canada ¬
ada are expected In Washington abouOctO aboutOctober about aboutOctober
October 8r 1 1I 1rs 1Mrs
I Mrs J S ParkerTwife Parker Parkerwife wUe of Capt J S SParker SParker SParker
Parker U u S S A who has been spend spending spendthe spendlag ¬
lag the summer at York Harbor is fenow isBOW Isnow
now the he he gu guest st of her mother Mrs H HR lIRe Ha
R Re Lemly at the th Marlborough MariboroughMrs boroogh borooghMrs
Mrs George A Converse Ollvenc widow Jdow of ofRear ofRear ofRear
Rear Admiral Converse U S N and andher and1Ier andher
her daughters Miss Converse and Miss MfeeOis MissOlga
Ois 018 Converse who have been spend spending spendthe spendlag ¬
lag the summer at Bristol R R L I are areexpected areexpected areexpected
expected to return to Washington Washingtonafcou Waehi gtoa gtoaab4HI
afcou October 1 1Xrs L LXlS 1 1Mrs
Mrs Frederick GPy G PYRe irne e wife or o Pay Paymaster PayJRflSter Paymastei
master Pyae TB6p U S S N is boose bou 4 bunt bunttog huotlab huntlag
tog in Washington was her husband hay bavhw hR hRlac haylug
hw lug been assigned to duty here this thiswinter thiswmter thiswinter
winter wmterMr winterMr winterMr
Mr and Mrs fn Heaneii H Jennings D and andMiss andUss andMiss
Miss Katherine Jeaatos Jennki z who are at attheir attJteir attheir
their country place at Camden Cmde Me Mewhere Mewhere
where they scent the most oC Ute sum summer summer summen ¬
mer will return to WMhingten 1 tDn and andooen andopen
ooen their residence OH eu R street about aboutthe a1tolltUte aboutthe I
the middle of October OctoberMr o OctoberMr J JMr
Mr and Mrs Charles H L Johnston JohnstonwMI Johnstonwill tonwill
will return to Washl Wa8bt ct ll Friday Sep September September September ¬
tember 38 from their summer er home at atMurray atMurray atMurray
Murray fay Canada Canadai CanadaMrs C CMrs CanadaMrs
i
Mrs Gibson GibsonAnd GibsonAnd GibsonAnd
And Family Return ReturnMrs ReturnMr8 ReturnMrs
Mrs S H Gibson and family have re returned re returned returned
turned to the city after spending the thei theS4ImnHr thesjnuner
i Fuznmer at the s seL essbore sfcore and in the themountains theJUOUUtains themountains
mountains of Virginia and hav opened openedtheir ope openedtheir ed edtheir
their house at 173K Q street northwest northwestLawrence DOIthwesLwrelKe northwestLawrence
Lawrence Towns Tow ToWflssnd ad and his daughter daughterMiss na ijaughterMiss hter hterJtIIBs
Miss Yvonne VODD Townsend have ooened ooenedtheir ooenootheir oocnedtheIr
their Washington residence r e for the sea season seaand seasea
son and will be Joined joineflln In a week eek or Ortwo Ortwoby two twoby twoby
> by Mrs Townsend who Is still Abroad d
Brig Gen Daingerfield Par Parker Parker Parker ¬
ker U S A Moves MovesInto MovesInto MovesInto
Into Bungalow BungalowMiss BungalowMiss BungalowMiss
Miss Parker Parker Also to Reside Resideat
at Chevy Chase ChaseHome ChaseHome ChaseHome
Home HomeBrig HomeBrit HomeBnig
Brig Gen n DaiagerSeld Parker TJSA TJSAretired 17SAretired 1SAretired
retired has given up his apartments at atthe att atthe
the t e Westmoreland and has takes pos possession OSsessIon peaossion ¬
session of his bungalow recently com completed oomHeted cornpleted ¬
pleted on Patterson street ChevyChase CheryChaseMiss
Miss 1I1 Parker daughter of the late Com Commodore Commodore Coininodore ¬
modore Foxhall A A Parker pa rker U S N and anda
a a niece of General Parker will reside residewith residewith residewith
with him himThe himThe hlmThe
The marriage of Mrs Galloway Ches Cheston Chuton Cheston
ton ton of Montreal Canada and Commo Commodore ComDlJdore Conirnodare ¬
dore Theedoric Porter U S X N will willtake willtake willtake
take place Tuesday September 27 at atSt atSt atSt
St Anns nus Episcopal Church Annapo Annapolis AnnapoUs ¬
its Md 31dMrs fd fdIrs
Mrs Cheston is of Scotch descent > t and andthe andthe
the daughter of the late Michael Mc McCullougb XcCuUou McCullough
Cullougb CuUou bp of Edinburgh Scotland ScotlandCommodore ScotlandCommodore ScotlandCommodore
Commodore Porter is the son of the thasecond thosecond thesecond
second full admiral of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Navy and a grandson of Com Commodore Commodore Corninodore ¬
modore David Porter p of Essex fame fameMrs tamerrs fameMrs
y =
Mrs rrs John Jo n H H Moore X e wife of Com Commander Commander Corninander ¬
mander Moore 0CKe U t S N retired who whohas whobas whohas
has been in Buffalo and Hamburg N NY XY NV
Y for the last two months has re returned returned returned ¬
turned to Washington WashingtonDr
Dr Luis Lazo the ti + minister of Hon Honduras HondlIS Rondurns ¬
duras is expected to arrive ill in Wash Washington WuhIngteft WashIngtoa ¬
ington Monday MondayBaron XondayB MondayBaron
Baron B Demeter Hye BYe second secretary secretaryof
of the AustroHHBgarien embassy re recently re recently iscently ¬
cently appointed charge daffaires of ofMs ofkis ofhis
Ms country in Mexico will leave leaveWashington leaveWashlDsto leaveWashington
Washington for his new poet of duty
Tuesday September 27 27Coming 2tIme ZMrs
tIme Downey DowneyComing DowneyComing
Coming to Capital CapitalMrs CapitaLfrs
Mrs Downey wife of Lieut Col George GeorgeF rge rgeF
F Downey U S A who is spending spendiDgfew a afew afew
few weeks in Atlantic City aad Ne New NewYork NewYork w wYork
York will l Join Colonel Downey Down y at their theirresidence theirresidence theirresidence
residence on Bancroft place about the
test of this moBth 11 ipoalkMrs r 1 1Mrs
Mrs Bootes wife iiie J of Capt James T TBootes TBootes TBootes
Bootes U S S M C after speadtngthe speadtngthesummer spending the thesummer thesummer
summer at Newport is now at the Har Hargrave HargnLVe Bargrave
grave New York awaiting awaltJ1 > the arrival arrivali arrlvalthe
i of the Atlantic fleet eet at New York Cap Captain Captam ¬
tain tam Bootes is attached to the U S So S SMichigan So SoXkhlgan SMichigast
Michigan Michigani XkhlganMr
i Mr and Mrs John 1 h 1 B i Henderson Hend have havereturned baereturnel havereturned
returned from Bar Harbor and are ar at atBoundary atBoundary t tB4
Boundary Castle again f fer r the season seasonmer 2f9SOIlXrs seasonMrs
Mrs R R B Hitt who sPent Ute sum summer suminer
mer abroad with Mrs Stephen > n B Elkins Elkinsand 1lkInsand lkin5and
and Miss tKatherine Elkiae wife and aJndUuMrhter atidiauehter
1 UuMrhter hter of Senator KlkJus o West est Vii Virginia Vlriol Viigluier ¬
ginia iol has returned returns unte to her Washington WasoinjrtOHhome Wasi Washingtonhome nrtosheme
home on Dupont DuponcircIe DuponcircIeMr Circle CircleMr Cin CinMr
+
Mr and Mrs Philip Htchfeorn are areexpected areexpected areexpected
expected back b hi Washington WasR Monday Mondayfrora Xondayfrom Mondayfrom
from Bryn Mawr Pa where they theyspent theyspent theyspent
spent the summer summerMr summerMr
summe summeXr
Mr and Mrs ltIrs Max MaX Fischer aDd faaa faaaiiy famiiy fainfly
iiy are now located in their new borne boniein bornein t
in Lanier place placeMr placeIr placeMi
Mr and Mrs Norbert X < s beet Hofman who whoand whospent
spent a few days as the 11Iest of Yr Yrand Mrand
and Mrs JUbe J e Mayer of Sixteenth Sixteenthstreet Sixteenthstreet Sixteenthstreet
street have returned to their home in inNew InXew litNew
New York YorkMrs Yorkrs ToekMrs
Mrs rs I L L Btout has has returned to the thadty thscitY thecity
citY after spending the summer In At Atlantic At1aatJc Atlantic ¬
lantic City Cityi CityXrs CityMrs
i Mrs 3E X Silver Slverihe who b spent the past pasttwo PiUittwo pasttwo
two months in New ew York as the guest guestof guestor guestof
of her son George Silver has returned returnedto
to the city cityMr cityMI cityMr
Mr and Mrs J Katzen and dough daughters dauhtors doughtern ¬
tern Miss Edna and Selma Katzen Kat en for formerly formedv formorly ¬
merly of this city cn who spent the th last lastyear 1a5tyear lastyear
year In New York orlc oek have returned here hereand hereand hereand
and will reside in i the Alabama AlabamaJ AlabamaMrs A AlabamaMrs ama amaMrs
J
Mrs C C Schneider Sclaaeider and daughter of ofNew otlev ofNew
New York are the guests of Mrs M MSilver XSliver MSilver
Silver in New Hampshire avenue
Th ThThe
The Business B Doctor DoctorBy
III sopoctor
ij l By Roe Fulkerson J i
wa waRt t to make Is Isto Isto IsI
ttTJIRST FIRST LIRST move mo c you yo
I to select sole t some trade mark and andp andJMtt andput
p put t it into the hands s of a competent competentpatent competentpatent competentpatent
patent attorney and have it register registered ¬
ed e said the Business Doctor DoctorThis DoctorThis DoctorThis
This would be the first move before beforeputting before1Ittlng beforeputting
putting any an article of merchandise on onthe onthe onthe
the market This looks to me like a apreparation aprepa apreparation
preparation prepa Uon that Would prove popular popularand popularand popularand
and you are liable to be very much muchnattered muchftattered muchflattered
nattered if as we are told imitation imitationis ImitationI
is the sincerest form of flattery flatteryYour atteryYour flatteryYour
Your name on it is no protection protectionto
I to you Ou Many a man has taken up upI upl upthe
l D DTfffDEI
TfffDEI lj Mf1FrI
11 J I t fi fiJ
1 r rI
I the manufacture of or some article of ofcommerce orcommerce ofcommerce
commerce and branded it with his hisname hisonly hisname
name only to And after a ter his hard light lightfor flghtfor fightfor
for popularity that some business businesspirate busInesspirate businesspirate
pirate is putting out the same thing thingunder thing1Inder thingunder
under the same name and he is help helpless helpI ¬
1 less to stop it It Your name is Todd Toddand Toddand Toddand
and you OU can put this preparation out outas outas outas
as Todds Polish and work for ten tenyears tenears tenyears
years ears creating a a demand for it and andany andany andany
any other man by the name of Todd Toddmay Toddmy Toddmay
may come on the market with Todds ToddsPolish ToddsPoUsh ToddsPolish
Polish and reap the benefit of your youradvertising youradvertising youradvertising
advertising and you have no recourse recourseat recourseatlaw recourseat
at atlaw atlawOne law lawOne lawOne
One of f the largest manufacturers manufacturersof
of cocoa in the world had this ex experience experience cxperience ¬
perience After twentyfive years ars of ofadvertising ofadvertising r radvertising
advertising he round another com company company cornpauy ¬
pany making maklnsand and marketing cocoa cocoaunder cocoaI cocoaunder
under his name and it is charged that thatname thatthey
I they had hired a man of exactly his histo hisname
name to act as president and make maketheir maketheir maketheir
their brand legal but the original originalmanufacturer originalmanufaeturer originalmanufacturer
manufacturer had long ago adopted adoptedas
as a trade mark a little Quaker lady ladywith ladywith ladywith
with a tea tray on which sat a cup of ofcocoa orcocoa ofcocoa
cocoa and all their ads now carry carrythe carryI carrythe
the caution for consumers to look for forthis torI forthis
I this trade mark and thus avoid a oId the thesubstitute thesubstitute thesubstitute
I
substitute He would have been in infinitely InftRUely Infinitely ¬
finitely better off today however If Ifhe Ithe Ifhe
he had advertised his product under underthe undertile underthe
the name Quaker Lady Lad than under underhis underhis underhis
his own name nameToday nameToday nameToday
Today the courts of Michigan are aretrying aretrying aretrying
trying a big suit over a breakfast breakfastfood breakfastfood breakfastfood
food on the same proposition propositionThe t pepositIonThe 9P05Itlon 9P05Itlonrhe
The battle very ver appropriately a is
located at Battle
Creek and
one man isanufacturer manUtacturer
utacturer of toasted corn flakes is en ¬
tering terln suit against another Dot el man of r
the same name who has just begun to tomarket tomarket tomarket
market toasted corn flakes In the same samatown samcatown sametown
town The suit suit however is based on onthe onthe onthe
the combination of all three words wordsas
as the complainant fully understands
that the defendent has a right to use
his name on his goods goodsThe goodsThe goodsThe
The claim Is that the use of the thesame thesaBle thesame
same name the same word toasted toastedand toastedalld toastedand
and the same town Battle Creek
con constitutes constitutes constitutes ¬
stitutes aa a attempt attem t to defraud the pub public public public ¬
lic and deprive the complainant of the thebenefits thebeDe thebenefits
benefits beDe ts of his advertising advertisingWhite advert advertisingWhlle smg smgWIdJe
White without doubt the cause is
just it is an open question whether the thelaw theaw thelaw
law will support it itWith it itWith itWith
With a trade mark however the thelaw thelaw
law is different for numerous cases are areon areOR areon
on record rec where the actual trade trademarked trademarked trademarked
marked name was not used but simply
imitated and yet the courts have TC re restrained restrained isstrained ¬
strained the imitator imitatorIwaata ImitatorIwanta Imitator1wanta
Iwaata biscuit is perhaps the best bestWustration bestHlustratloR bestillustration
illustration The court held eld this to be bean bean bean
an Infringement t on Uneeda Ree a aDd for forbid forbid forbid ¬
bid Its use useThe 1ISeThe useThe
The total cost t of a trademark tra em rk is isinvestment ishtabout Isslightabout
slightabout htabout Slltand they pay tile big blsbest biggoat
best dividends that I kR know W of r on o the
investment investmentWhen
f
When you go broke borrow every evfry cent centyour cent10ur centour
your our friends can spare spareit it wont take takeyou takeyou takeyou
you long to return the loan loanThe 1enThe loanThe
The meek shall inherit Inberltthe the earth but butthe butthe butthe
the hustler w will l have b e Ute estate estte before beforethe lJeCoretI beforethe
the tI e legatee can C probate the wilL wMLGeorge wilLGe wiltGeorge
George Ige Ade used 10 to o write advertise advertisements advertisements advertisemeats ¬
ments and in a speech before the Cleve Cleveland CleveJaOO Cleveland ¬
land Ad Club he spoke of how hard It Itwas t twas twas
was to write an ad on a subject of ofwhich orwhich ofwhich
which you knew cnew nothing nothingj nothingFor nothingFor
j For instance he said 1 i used sed to towrite towrite towrite
write ads for a patent medicine medld concern concernthat conernthat concernthat
that was pushing a cure for the tobacco tobaccohabit tobaccohablL tobaccohabit
habit It was my task to write about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the curse of being addicted to the use useof uCleoC neeof
of deadly dea ly nicotine and how easily the thehabit thehabit thehabit
habit could be overcome by using u the theremedy thoremedy theremedy
remedy we wet wers a placing placlD en the market marketThe marketThe marketThe
The stuff had a large sale because becausewhen becausewhen
iwhen when I was writing the ads I was sit sitting sitting t ttlng ¬
ting smoking contentedly a cigarette or ora ora ora
a pipe ia a room 18 m thick with tobacco tobaccosmeke teb tobaccosmoke eco ecosmeke
smeke and of course I knew kne what I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was writing wrWR about aad could write writeforcibly writeforcibly ritefOrclbh
forcibly on the subject

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