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THE WASHPGTOX WASHT GTOX TDEES MONDAY MOXDAYDECEIER Y DECEMBEE 5 1910 7
I WANTS ANTS TO PROTECT PROJECTHITS PROTECTCUYS PROTECTCITYSPOLICEMEN
CITYSPOLICEMEN CITYSPOLICEMENAttorney HITS POLICEMEN POLICEIiAttorney
i iAttorney
Attorney Lambert Protests ProtestsAgainst ProtestsAgainst ProtestsAgainst
Against DfemJssml Without WithoutDue WithoutDue WithoutDue
Due Process of Law LawEXPLAINS LavEXPLAINS LawEXPLAINS
EXPLAINS ACTION ACTIONIN ACTIONIN ACTIONIN
IN SUPREME COURT COURTCounsel COURTCounsel COURTCounsel
Counsel Charges a MH Hty sty trial Trial and andSnap andSAap nd ndS4w9
Snap Judgment JtI t in i Case c se of ofPrivate ofPriYate ofC1rk
Private Clack ClackRelief ClarkRfoU C1rkReIteC
Relief RfoU from what to alleged IIsd to be beBTifair Del1t1falr be1Tl
BTifair 1Tl fair and illegal procedure rt4 rt4iihe resulting J
lathe 1 iihe fining finIa < and dismissal I of members tfX tfXof e eof l lof
of the Metropolitan Police Force is the theaim theaim theaim
aim of action instituted m In th the District DistrictSupreme trietSUprelile DU1ctSupreme
Supreme Court Co by Attorney Wilton J Jelation JL2mbert JLmbert
L2mbert Ja 1 of o die Police ueo ueodatlOft Ass Assclatlon
elation of the District DistrictOn DiStrlctOn DistrIctOn
On a showing that the District Com Commissioners COIIImlssloDeI8 Cornmissioner ¬
missioners had approved p oved the findings of ofth ofth ofth
th trial boara boejrb in the case of Private PrivateA PrivateA
A A 4 B Ctark several weeks ago ao without withouteven wtUNMItEn witbowteven
even En giving an a oral bearing or having havinga rille rillea
a copy of the testimony Justice Barn Barnard Barnrd ru rurd ¬
ard rd issued a writ of certiorari com compelling cOm cOmpelling cernpelting ¬
pelling the Commtesioners Connn ne to produce producein
in n court all the records in 1 the case caseof CIUIeT caseTogether
T Together ge ler with the pedtioR for a writ writof writof
of oertiornHwM oertirnaj4 wue a prayer to have the thewhole tbeuhoIe theithole
whole proceedings quashed and aa annulled aanulled aanufled ¬
nulled nulledAUormjr nulledA nufledAttorney
Attorney A tt Lambert declared ioJ tMay y that thatthat thatth thatth
th JJTiDdpalJIUe principsj urie ottIIe of the actJea etn ill te te1rnPret18 tolintnesg
1rnPret18 isen 1lOft tbe C Cornrnsoeer t te d that thatpolice thatIce
police 1 Ice officers o ketB cannot be fined and dis dismissed di dim1UE d dm1sed ¬
missed < without wtt t duo du course of 0 law 11 11stated He Heated liestated
stated ated that tbattbe the Police PottceA Association tiotI1s Is be behind be bejllnd ¬
hind the th case ca a as there have been sev several 8eVera severa ¬
era instances where xmUcemen itcernen have not
been given Jtventh the e proverbial square deal dealPetitiH dealPetiti dealPetiti
PetitiH Petiti 41 Filed FiledThe FiledThe PiledThe
The petition petltl in the Supreme Court Courtquotes courtquotestrot Courtquotes
quotes quotestrot from an act a of f Congress ap approved It Itpnnoed appnved
proved Jane4 111II8 lunelI 4 IOT which wII provides providesThat provideaD I Inaat
That D no parson sron shall ji be e removed
from said police force except upon writ
tin t n charges < ha es preferred against him Ia the thename thename theEamo
name of the major and superintendent superintendentof
of said police ponce hce force to the th trial board boardor bordor boardor
or boards hereinafter provided for forafter Aad Aadafter eadafter
after an opportunity shall ball have been beenafforded beena1forded beenafforded
afforded him of being beard in his de de ¬
fense fenseContrary fenseContrary
fenseontrary
Contrary ontrary to this provision it is al alleged alfd al1eed ¬
leged fd Private Clark was not given eaa eaafair a afair afair
fair opportunity of proving his inno innocence InDOcence innocence ¬
cence of charges c preferred against him himIt hi hiIt hImIt
It is charged that he bad retained At Attorney Attorney Att ¬
t torney Lambert to represent him AIm but butthe batthf butthe
the Trial Board did not accord him the aeusual then thenua1
usual n 1al continuance co ttDvance because beca his attorney attorneyDistrict attonteYWl
Wl w S eD engged ed III an urgent ease In the tJaeDistrkt theDitr1et
District Supreme Court CourtAn C CourtAn urt urtAn
An appea was then taken to the theTMstrict thernstrict theDistrict
District Commissioners but they con confirmed COIIflrrned coa1rmed ¬
firmed the decision of the trial board boardand boanIand boardand
and approved of the lIne of OfagalMt 1 assessed assemedagainst assessedagainst
against the policeman It was alleged allegedthat alletredthat allegedthat
that the Commissioners reached their theirderision tbftrdtflslon theirdeislon
derision without conslderr consIderg > z the testi testimony testlmny toetilncny ¬
mony which had not been n written up
This fact Indicates Indieat that very little littJelr littJelrany if ifany Ifany
any consideration was w given the mat matter matter lustter ¬
ter asserted Attorney ey Lambert LambertCharge Lambertta Lambertcharge
Charge Agaiast ta Clark ClaikThe Clarkihe Clax ClaxThe
The particnhtr charge e against Prl PrlTat Prla Priat
Tat a at tf > Clark was tbat that be had been heard heard3o bea1JIay hearrivay
3o Fay ay tfia t he b would woaJd try to put a wonv wonvan WQM WQMn wOwfan
an n who nonuocts a lunch room on P PEtreot PEtret PEtret
Etret northwest hwe out of bostness and andby adtr andt1t
tr t1t t he IIe4Iered edterecl with tile buIIIDep busthern by byordering byordring lrordering
ordering away persons ns with teams and andvehicles aDdfl1ldes andehtc1es
vehicles who stopped op9ed in front of the theIiaoe theoIae theI
Iiaoe I oIae a e Hie was fined ftn I 39 on his convic conviction conviction ¬
tion tionIt tionIt tionIt
1
It It is the principle involved in the thebasty theha8ty thebanty
basty trial and snap Judgment t that thatarc c carf esr
arc sr > protesting pne pjtndlngbgsisst t1 against although alth we are areconfident areCOofident areccdent
confident that Private Clark would aid hav havb4 have haveben nave navel
l b4 ben > een en cleared of the charges had he been beeniven beenlen beentVen
len iven a fan trial trial said Attorney Lam Lamert LaIDErt Lamlert
lert < ert Unless U a stop is put to such prr prrj prGc prcclngs
j clngs wlngs lngstJaele there will be no end to e tn tnJustice mrtke injtke
Justice rtke Aone ao the policemen policemenMust poUcemen1iust policemenMust
Must Prove He Wants WantsTo Vi WantsTo ants antsTo
To Hold HoidDown Down a Job JobriLMIXGTOJv JobWILKDfGTON JobWILMDtGTON
WILMDtGTON riLMIXGTOJv DeL Dee 5 aWbea aWbeatl1 LWbeatw When Whenthe
the tl1 police poI took tios into to custody here Ar Arflur Art1ur Arur
flur ur Vmthrop of Phfladelphnv PhD3de and andTVniard aMWIllard andWiBard
TVniard F TCarshall of Baltimore as asvagrants asagrants asvagrants
vagrants both strenuously denied the thecharge thecharge theclarge
charge chargeoit clargeThey I
They claimed they w were wrJr1nJIPDe wrJr1nJIPDeO1t wirklngmenOit
oit cf jobs Del n om their way home homewhen bomevhfn homewhen
when the police picked them up Win Wintlirop Wtntl1rop Winthrop
tlirop succeeded in in establishing fStahlkhtn < this fact factaiul taCtand factaml
and he was let go but Marshall was wasTiTitil wasY1 wast
Y1 nt t I 55OOsfU1 uI aDd he is being bId bIduntil boldiirt11
until tomorrow to Investigate te his story storyMarshall stolTiarsball storyMarshall
Marshall says his home to l at SO Pratt PrattStreet PrattJrtreet PrattStreet
Street Hlghlandtown Baltimore BaltimoreRecital BalUmoreRecital BaltimoreRecital
Recital on New Organ OrganIs I IIs
Is Given at at St Pauls PaulsThe PauPs1 PauPs1The J JbE
The second recital of the series plan planned planI planID pland ¬
ned D > d for St Stt St Pauls Church on Te Twenty Twentyt t ttb
t tb ird rd street near WashIngton circle clade win winbe willbe wIUbe
be held on Christmas evening ee Ulg at S Soclock Scloe SOclock
oclock oclockThe OclockThe cloe It ItTh
The Th first recital jriven ven with the new neworgan DeWorgan neworgan
organ at the church was that of last histevening laBtHninr lastvening
evening when heD Edgar Priest gave an anInteresting aft1nterestl anInteresting
1nterestl Interesting program before an audience audieItcetha audiencethat i ithat
that tha t crowded d the church dlarehThe churchThe churchThe
The su Oothique of BoeUnHUin BoeUnHUinxvas BoeIII8aDftaJ Boeflrnancas
xvas aJ the first number er and this was wasfollowed wasfol1owed wasfollowed
followed by y Lemares Canthjue d dAr dArmour dArtnour Ar Armour ¬
mour mourOne tnourOne 1 1One
One of the th most pleasing numbers of ofthe ofthe r rthe
the evening was the variations and andfinale andfinale 1 1finale
finale oa hymn tune Jerusalem the theGolden tileGoIdn theGlden
Golden The arrangement for the pipe pipeor JJlpei JJlpeior pipeorgan
organ or an n was made by b William Spark SparkGodard SparkGodard SearkGOIard
Godard and Ovorak were represented representedon repre
on U the t he jMUfHiMn grarn and the recital con conrTufled conLhJ conruiM
rTufled LhJ M with Gtdlmanfs Sonata to D DlIajor P3lajor
3 lIajor 3lajorBohemia lIajorBohemia Iajor IajorBohemia
Bohemia the Subject SubjectFor SubjectFor SubjectFor
For Holmes Lecture LectureFrom LectureFrom
I IFrom
From Prague to the heart of Moravia MoraviaIs i iis
Is an aT tateneBttefc i1It and worth while tour tnorBurton tourBurton 1 1Burton
4
Burton Holmes demonstrated rated thIs to toa tea toa
a iolunMa audience last evento eveatnp and andagain aac1clgain sadgain
again gain this afternoon att r1IOOIL The Th art and In Inds Iartrles
13 ds rtrles trie of the peoples ha Bohemia Bohemiaformed Bohemiafonned Bohemiamnrtned
formed a large t part of the talk TIle TnepK TIleJkture Thekturen
Jkture pK kturen turee were unusually successful and andvere aINIwere andvere
were vere among the tb best b the lectwei has haspresented hasrented has5eOflted
presented rented In this city oHyThe cltyThf cityThe
The quaint costumes of the natives nativesand nativesand natives1 natives1and
and picturesque srenery SCtn ry made Interest Snteresting Int Interestig rest restlb
ing topics for fn pictiirp ihl iCN1rp l aT an4i < anecdote
MEYER SHOWS SHOWS5000000 5000000 SA SAJING SAJINGWITH V ING INGWITH
WITH MORE EFFICIENCY V INNAVY IN NA VY
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Urges Abolition of Eight EightYards EightYards 1 1I I
Yards for fo Greater Econ Economy Economy ¬ i I iI iomy
omy In Service ServiceBeooom ServiceI Servicegeonmy
Beooom geonmy incidental I to t the working wecklngoat workingoat workingout
oat of tfe the new ndieine eMe of MV savat val organi organisation orpDlatioll ocardsatloii ¬
sation fe lethe the tkeiae of the animal 1 re report report
port port of the Secretary Seei ry of the Navy NavyUoorge NaYuorxe Navytisore
Uoorge von Lengorke Le erke Meyer MeyerSecretary Meyer5ecreWr7 feyersecretary
Secretary Meyer Xe er expresses expr hhnoett hIaItJetlgnetly xs xsgreatly angreatly
greatly pleased with the remits re of the theftnt theftrat theitrat
ftnt years years trial of Ms reorganization reorganizationjrtan reorgaatrzattontIaa reorgaaadoiplan
plan which wa was pet into 1st effect Decent DeeemI Deessabet j jor
I 1 or l IM DItI Savtags s to Ute extent of ofre ofaft oflye
aft lye re aiillioMs of dollars are pointed pointedoat petatooeat pelatedut
oat ut and attributed to the new system systemof
of 1 admfntstratkM admbll traUoal Further reductions reductionsof
of expenses are to t be expected SStetRl says saystfte saystJM saysthe
the Secretary when the reorganisation reorganisationha tIoft tIoft1Iad
ha has had more time to make Itself felt feltthroughout felttIuoughout feltthroughout
throughout the entire naval system systemHe 2fY teRIHe systemBe
He ask asks that Cottgreos C make perma permanent permaJMIrt permaneat ¬
neat by tostelatton un th the administrative administrativesystem a administrativesystem nalnl1ltr Ltlve LtlveQ
system Q m which be has inaugurated jaauguratec1Supplemantlog InauguratedSupplemeisting inauguratedSuppiemontteg
Suppiemontteg Ms scheme let greater greatereconoWy greatereconny ter terecondmy
econoWy econny In the maintenance telllUtCe of the thenavy thenavy thenavy
navy Secretary Meyer recommends the theabolition tlMabolition th thabolition
abolition of ao less than tIta eight elgJat naval navalstations JI navalstations I IatJons
stations Those Thoeedaaraeterk characterized as use useless 1I eIe uselens ¬
less aDd sources of unaecoaaary u f7 expense expenseare expenseare e eare
are the naval bases at New N Orleans OrleansPensacola OlleaPen8acoIa OrleansPeuscoia
Pensacola Sa San Juan Port Royal 2 N t w wLondon wLoncIoD wLondon
London Sacketts Harbor Cotenra and andCavite aDdCaYJte andcavite
Cavite For some time it has been beeRkao11 beesknown beenknown
known that tha the Secretary est eatertahted eatertahtedthi estertaheithis rtah ed edthis
this view and his recommendations are arenot areI arenot
I not wholly whoiiy vtewi bot y unexpected ReportS of his hieintended I Ii hisintended
i intended action have have already met with wJthviolent withYIoIent withviolent
violent oposttion p from roin the localities localitiesaffected IoelttieBi localItiesafleeted
i affected affectedLess a afleetedLess ected ectedi
i Less Stations Mere Ships ShipsFor Shipsi ShipsFor
i For the naval program of the future futureSecretary fvturc fvturcI futureSecretary
I Secretary Meyer > yer recommends the con construction COIIIII construction ¬
III struction each j r of two ftrstclase ftrstclasebattleships ftr8tcla8cbattle8hips flrstCIaaSbttleshtps
battleships In addition he advises es the thebuilding thei thebuilding
i building of one collier one gunboat g1IlI one oneriver ORert onerivet
river rt gunboat two seagoing tugs s two twosubmarines t4OubfDariDe twosubtnarines
submarines and one submarine > tender tenderLegislation teaclerLePsIaUoft tenderLegislation
Legislation Is requested governing governlussuc such suchmatters sucn sucnmatters 1 1matters
matters as personnel the establishment establishmentof e RteDt RteDtof
of a naval reserve retirement retl of en enlisted aJlstecl enlisted ¬
listed men midshipmens retirement at retirem nt and andmarine anmarine andmarine
marine corps reform reformComplete retonnCOIDpiete reformComplete
Complete success bate seen met with within widm withIn
in the division of naval adnjhrtstratkm adnjhrtstratkminto
I into four heads reports the th Secretary SecretaryThese Se SretaryThese r ry ryI
I These four divisions ar are e respectively respectivelyoperations respectivelyeporations tively tivelyoperatlon
operations materials ma ter1als Inspection l and andpersonnel andpenonnel andpersonnel
personnel each of < which is in charge chargethe dtarJleI
I 0 o JJ ofAcer with the title of aide 10 10the tothe
the Secretary SecretaryIt
It is claimed for this scheme eme that It Ithas Ithas Ithas
has effected great economies in labor laborai 1 abralMi r raJad
aJad ai d m In the uje ie of materials besides pro producing pIud producing ¬
ducing ud greater gre efficiency et1Iclenc Unnecessary Unnecessaryand t UIUWOOSearYand ry ryRCl
and expensive repairs have been elimi eliminated eliminated elimisated ¬
nated says sas the Secretary etarY wMVe the thepreliminaries thpreltminar1e8 thOpreliminaries
preliminaries of battleship battksbiphave conatnicttoa conatnicttoanave cqndiructloihave
have nave been worked out in record rim rimIn time timeIn tiersIn
In this latter connection H is Mated Matedthat Matedthat statedthat
that a a former just crttictem is obviated obviatedby obttedby obviatedby
by the th calling ca1II in otaference of the e sea seagoing aeaot seagitng ¬
going officers cers to give fve the benont of oftheir oftheh oftheir
their experience in the planning If of new newships I IbipfL newships
ships Correspondence baa been de deconference de decrea docreased
crea creased ed Ie says ys by meaDS r MIMral MIMralCOI perseralconference
conference COI erenee with the aides and a the work workof w workof k kof
of the department facilitated facilitatedGsed tacllt facilitatedGood ed edGeed
Geed Shots Save Money MoneyA oney oneyA
A saving sa dog of nearly JMiL y 5 5OOVNM roJ Is shown shownm BhownIn shownIn
m In the estimates tlmates for the next ftscal ftscalyear ft8e1year ftsealyear
year repots Secretary Meyer eyer as a com compared compared cornpared ¬
pared with the appropriations of last lastyear Jastyear lastyear
year These reductions haye been made made1 madepossible j jpossible
possible slb1e through the introduction 1rOdUctIOII of ofIiavitation ofPROGRAM ofPROGRAM
PROGRAM ARRANGED RRANGEOFOR I II IFOR I
FOR MOTET CHOIR CH0IRIiivitation I II IIIilvitation I
Iiavitation Concert con ert to topress Ex Express ¬ J Jpress
press Spirit of Christ Christinas ChrIstmas ¬ i imas
r
mas Season SeasonThe < < t j jThe
I Ito1te
The 3otat Choir today announced a its itsprogram itsprogram
program to to1te be given 5iv a a on onevening Wcdnoonay Wcdnoonayevening w wI
evening e at D A A A R R Memorial HaIL The Theconcert Theesorert i iCOBeert
I concert will be given before as audience audienceof udleDeeof
of 2CM i invited guests guestsThe g1IeStsI guestsThe
The choir c will be assisted 8 by Mrs Otto OttoSimon Qtwt Otto4rnos
I Simon st t the piano and Anton Kaspar Kasparcello xp xpI Kaapsrcello
I cello celloThe celloThe j jI
I The program will be especially tP PR1IY lIT atUfpf atUfpfed adtpted I
ed to the Christmas season Tscbalkow Tscbalkowskys Ts blkow blkowskys w wI
I skys famous Christmas Chri tJB88 Song SoDg will be begiven begiven
I given and two other bt er > Yuletide selections selectionsfrom electionsI SelectIonSfrom I
I from the works of Calvisius hls and Corne Cornelius CorneIlUS Cocnelies ¬
lies will be given givenOfficers givenOtheers ven venI
Officers of the association a8 are E R R S SKmbrey So SoI SI
I
I Kmbrey president Charles I L L SasH Saelsecretary S SasHsecretary elI elIecleUao
secretary and Miss Mary Pond corre correfpondirg correl correipondirg
fpondirg l secretary secretaryThe secrataIYI
I The choir takes its name from the theclassical theI theclassical
I classical form of th < motet JDOt t which was wasthe vasI wasthe
the vehicle of mn mu4csl ica1 ical expression for formany foruaan forninny
many uaan composers of the sixteenth sev seventeenth seventeenth aeventeenth ¬
I enteenth and eighteenth centuries centuriesLecture ce centuriesLecture turiesI
Lecture on the Madonna MadonnaGiven MadonnaGiven MadonnaGiven
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Given by Rev MacLeod MacLeodAn
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An illustrated lecture on the famous famouspictures famouepktures famouspictures
pictures of the Madonna MOnD dOflfl was gives at atthe atthe I Ithe
the First Presbyterian Pre bterlan Church last lastnight lastnight ast
I
night t by Rev Donald MacLeod the thepastor theI thepastor
pastor A special F musical program was W3Sred wasrendered wasrendered
I rendered red by the choir composed of ofI ofMl1 ofhits
I Mrs Xj L A A Roberts Miss Mary B BFinney 13 BFinney I II
I Finney W W S Biaaebard sad H H H HR ILB I IR
R Heiwig HeI ig with Mrs Mm G F Schutt Schuttorganist Schuttoqanist Schuttorganist
organist Horace Dulin violinist IIDI8t as assisted asolated ¬ I II
I sisted last nlght nlghtPlaywrights nlslt nIgltPlaywrights I
i I If
f Playwrights 1Iayvrig ts Wife Sues SuesFor SuesI SuesFor
I For Absolute Divorce DivorceANNAPOLIS Divorcei DivorceANNAPOLIS
i
ANNAPOLIS 4 APorIs M Mu tI L Dec 5 iconsk1er iconsk1erI 5ConsIderable Consider Considerabie
I able gossip is heard today to aYrepr regarding regardiogthe regardingthe log
I the suit I for an absolute divorce insti instituted IftStlI instituted ¬
I tuted td in n a local court by Mrs Relia ReliaAl RellaA BellaA
Al A A Armstrong against her husband husbandPaul hu husbandPaul b8Ddi
Paul Armstrong Armst playwright and au author aui ¬
i I thor thorEfforts r thorI
i Efforts to keep the s stilt It a a secret were weremade wereI
I made by the riDclp principals l but it leaked leakedout Je leakedI ked kedI
I I out The court directed the husband nd to topay 10pay tonay
pay S25 50 counsel fees and alimony of ofJfi9
I Jfi9 ot a month pending ndlng the outcome of ofthe ofI ofthc
the th action Unfaithfulness nfaithf l and cruelty crueltyare crueltyare
I are charged in the suit
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7ae1 JJact 111 at u m4k tllfro P1avnclJn Trlal1aka Trlal1akaFREE
FREE UI6o 1 rU hr I IC proof OfA merit me lt of 0 uOyp6lrI Oirp s sUf
G Uf T VytftpHa D leplc Tcblttt Send for the Criai nat package p daur today tQda tQdao
o
Recommendations Made Ma e eSecretary by bySecretary bySecretary
Secretary Meyer MeyerAbandonment MeyerAbnnlonmeDt Meyertbnndonmcnt
Abandonment of nnvnl nD snis nl tttatlonH at atZVcw DtXc atVcw
ZVcw Xc Orlcnnn Ln > n 1cnnacoln 1cnnacolnFin lcnJUlcolaFloj lcnsncolnFin
Fin Floj Son Juan JunnP P It Port ron Boynl RoyalS ROIIIs
S C New London Conn Snck Snclcc Snckctt Snckcfts
ctt cfts c s Harbor X Y Culebra P R Rand It Itand IL ILand
and Cnvltc P I IConstruction ICon 1Construction
Con Construction tructlon of two h battleships bnttlealilpwone
one gunboat one river crunbont crunbonttwo JUoboattno junbonttro
two seagoing tuj tugs two Jlulmn Jlulmnrlne jiubmarlncs n > mn mnrlncJS
rlncJS rlne rlncs and one submarine lender tenilcrAppropriation tentlerApproprJntloD lenderAppropriation
Appropriation of C 921OOO 0000 for cx cxperimcnti cxperlmcnt cxperiments
perimcnti In nvlnlion nvlnlionCreation nlntlonCrentlon nilnilonCreation
Creation of the rank of vice viceItetlrement vl vlalmlrnl viceadmiral
admiral almlrnlJtetlrclneat admiralRetirement
Retirement of llol toben > ert ertviJth E Pcar PcarUh Pearyruth
ruth Uh rank of rear renr admiral n mlral AH a arcTrard areward areward
reward for i his Arctic rctlc exploration explorationcompetitions explorationCOIIIpetttlons explorationcompetitions
competitions In economy of coal con consumption con8UlDptioD consuinptlon ¬
sumption in increased efficiency in intarget I Itarget k ktarget
target practice ana economy in th thconsumption t econ theconsumption
con consumption of supplies Speed of f the thefleet tlMeet
1 fleet has been increased Incr a ed and the sea seakeeping 8ekeeping seakng
keeping batty i J Uty oc the ships raised The Thepractice Thepractice TheI
I practice of expending expendtsgarse large sums me in inrepairs inrepalr1I inrepairs
repairs upon ships I of little or no at sill military silltary U Utr7 ¬
tary valu value has bern ien fn reduced to 2L a mini minimum mtntmum minimum ¬
mum says U tJteSec tle e Secretary > a reform reformwhich relonllwhich reformwhick
which also efCtcts fctJ economy eeo omy in the theC08t theC08tof cost costof costof
of maintefiance maintefianceIn
In thte connection fte < tJon It is shown sho n that thatupon thatupon thatupon
upon some veeeels in Iftcomm5sMon commission less lessthan lessthan lessthan
than twenty years eno the total cost co t of re repairs repairs repairs ¬
pairs has been greater than the original originalcost oriKllUllC08t originalcost
cost of the warship warshipEconollries warzbipEconomies warshipEconomies
Economies have also been effected effectedthrough eIleetedthrouh effectedthrough
through trr t Introduction of improved improvedsystems hDH8eGI improvedsystems
I systems of keeping Jceep D accounts especially especiallyin especiallyIs I IIln
in the accounts of costs at the various variousnavy vanousDaY variousnavy
Iln navy DaY yards Storekeeping systems have bevealso bttyea havealso
also been overhauled with gratifying re results re results resuits ¬
sults < ays S the th Secretary Se al1 It h Is > recent recommended reconameaded recentmended ¬
mended that the naval supply fund pf pfs7eest 9 of ofS7Mw9
S7Mw9 sM be ordered returned to tae taeTreasury t theTreasury e
Treasury t Im nd th th1l1und th5 fund abolished abolishedThe aboll abolishedThe bed bedThe
The Secretary reports reDO 8 that g fi fleet et of oftral 0 0smaJI 0smaller
smaJI smaller ve W8 wa maintaJft maintained j in Con Central Contil
tral American waters Ya ters for the th protection protectionof pi ottiofl ottioflof t otlon
of American interests Int ests especially during duringthe lultngthe
the revolution revolud n in Nicaragua NicaraguaBy
By a a reorganization r rganbatJon or f the Atlantic Atlanticfleet Atlntlcfteet Atlanticfleet
fleet the Secretary proposes to have havetwentyone heretwentyone TC TCtWefttYODe
twentyone battleships on the eastern easterncoast easternCCMUIt easterncoast
coast by July 1911 lStL tu instead of sixteen sixteenas stxt stxtas sixteenas
as at present This fleet will be divided dividedinto dlYidedinto dividedinto
into divisions rlons of four ships each with withone 1tthone withone
one tUgship it is planned to have havefour ba herofour ve vefour
four ships it tt their th r home navy yards yardsalt yanisaU yardsaft
alt the ttam undircoinr necessary nece re repairs re repairs ivpairs ¬
pairs This will serve the double Bar Barwork terpoee perpose
pose or ea efftin an even en cjialtr1battoft ot otwcrlt ofwork
work to Tr navy 7 yards and keeping keepingthe k keepipgthe pIpg pIpgtM
the fleet JH x iniftrrm Ift division dlvtetonWan dIYJ divisionWans iotJ iotJWaU
Wan WaU Wans 25000 For Aviation AviationThe AviationThe AviationThe
The sum of 9 5fIJi 3SOO tfd is s asked for er the thepurpose thepgrposr thePurpoer
purpose of carrying Caro on further furtherments expert experiments expertmeets ¬
ments in alation a Itloll similar to the initial initialtest iMdalteet initialtest
test of the aerOpfatBe as a a naval nyatlarym arcrJI arcrJIiary auiliar
iary larym iar te Hampton Roads last month monthwhen JIIOIIthwhen nmotbwhen
when Xtr y flow ew from the tR deck of ofscout g t escout e escout
scout cruiser Birraioshm to the Vie Virginia Vtrglala Vieglala ¬
glala shore shoreThe e eThe
glalaThe The Secretary SecretarY expresses ses himself etC etCCORviDced as asconvinced asconvinced
convinced taat the aeroplane fe to totM be bethe bethe
the naval aeont eout t of the future futureThe futureThe futureThe
The bores S of Paclne Pacl e coast residents restdentsor re t8 t8or
or a streng r fleet t ia their waters VoUeniblasted are areblasted areblasted
blasted temporarily tem ty at least le by the theJudge tb8Judge theJudge
Judge Talks Talkson on Law LawTaking LavTaking LawTaking
Taking for his his text the observance of ofthe atth ofthe
the law and the punishment which In Inevitably Intabl inevitably ¬
evitably tabl follows its nonobservance nonobservanceJudge nono nonobservanceJudge rv rvJudge
Judge De Lacy addressed ed more than 300 300of 2 2of I Iot
of his pnAationers at the Juvenile JuvenileCourt JuvenileCourt JuvenileCourt
Court yesterday afternoon at rDOOA The Judge Judgeadded Jadeeadd judgeadded
added add that the reports of the majority majorityof
of the boys for or seeking seek1ngemployment employment and andkeeping andkeeping anlkeeping
keeping out of mischief were entirely entirelysatisfactory enUrelyzaUsCactory entirelysatisfaetcsy
satisfactory
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living furnace fDm c into Which we w put putfood put putfood i ifood
food as fuel that is burnt up in those thoseprocesses thoseprOC668 thoseprocesses
processes 5 of thought feeling and ac action action actioii ¬
tion which constitute life And the thedyojuao thedyDamo thedynamo
dynamo which carries this energy energyiato energI
I into action is the nervous system a awonderful awonderful j jwonderful
wonderful network of delicate delicatel sen sensitive seasitive ¬ i isUye
sitive strands d5 which supply SUPIt the theheart theAear theart
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ia fact ev every rY rY portion p rton of the body bodywith boibj boibjwith bodywith
with sensation and andvIWlty vitality for tier nervo net1 net1force tieryeas
vo yeas s force is life itself itselfIt itselfI
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health depends upon a a continuous continuousfeeding continuousfeeding 1 1i
i feeding of the body with the proper properkind properkind I II Ikind
I kind of food foodfood food that Is Is particuj particujlarly partlcu partlcui particularly
i larly nourishing to the nerves Wej Wejnow We WeBow I II
now know that the two most impor important iraportaut j jtaut
I taut ingredients to build up nerve nervecells neneI nervecells
cells are PhOsphorus Phosphorus and Albumen Albumenthe Albumenthe olbu nen nenthe
I the former in fac fact being the chief chieffuel chiefburnt chieffuel
fuel burnt up by the nerves In sup supplying supplTillg supplying ¬
plying the brain and andbody body with withpower withpower withpower
power to think and feel feellaving feelI feeLLiving
I Living today in the midst of In Intense InI Intense ¬
I tense tense activities men en and women are arei arerising
I i using up more vitality Yitalitythanthey than they are arecreating arecreating arecreating
creating consequently they are suf suffering sufi suffering ¬
i fering all the miseries of nerve ex exhaustion e eI exhaustion ¬
I haustion with its attendant evils evilssleeplessness ertIsI evilssleeplessness
sleeplessness loss of appetite con continuous continuous continnous ¬
I tinuous weariness lack of ambition ambitionetc ambitionete ambItionetc
etc etcBut
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composed of the very e elements of ofnerve ofnerve I Inerve
nerve nerve has given renewed vitality to tothousands tothousands I Ithousands
thousands of sufferers There have havepoured havepoured havepoured
poured upon upon the proprietors thej the theI theBaner
I Bauer Chemical Company 562 Evi Evierett EvI Er Ererett
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York thousands of letters like the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following from the Emperor of Aus Austrias Austrias Austrias ¬
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General Dr Ker Kerzl l of Vienna u1 u1I I Ihave Ihave
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splendid results and recommend it itcontinually itI itI
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tonic Write for a book entitled entitledOur entitledOur entitledOur
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free of cost cos and learn more about aboutthe aboutthe I
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Would Build Two Battle Battleships Battleships Battleships ¬
ships a Year and Retire RetirePeary RetirePeary RetirePeary
Peary As Admiral AdmiralSecretarys AdmiralSecrotarys AdmiralSecretarys
Secretarys declaration that It Is inad inadvisible Ina1vimWe lneIvisible
visible te keep the fleet anywhere but butIn
In the th Atlantic prior to the opening openin of ofth ofthto oftw
th thto tw Panama canal He takes this po position p0 p0sitlon ¬
sition not only for f r strategic reasons but butalso buta
also 10 because of the high cost of trans transponlnir transporting treesporting
porting coal I to the Pacific PacificThe PaciftcThe PacificThe
The question of navy yards Is die discussed dls dlscu diecussed ¬
cussed at great length the Secretary Secretarygiving SecretaryIlvi Secretarygiving
giving Ilvi g a report of his inspection of oferery oftTel7 ofevery
every naval station owned by the
United States StatesSome StatesSome StatesSome
Some of our naval stations have not notwater nolwater ot otwater
water and docking doc lnb facilities sufficient sufficientto
to allow the larger warships to roach roachthem roacilUtem roacathorn
them says the 5 retary retaryI 5ocretaryIt jcretary jcretaryIt
It is recomrr recomJDded nded that the New Or Ortoans OrJeans Orleans
Jeans and X ienscoIUons fens > ens < cola colCatatione statlons be Driven Drivenup Jlvenup givenup
I up as s useless u tn < > R the ground that the thefirst thefirst thefleet
first Is difficult nf 1f access and the f sond sondopen nd ndopen nopen
open to bombarlment bom ttdment The station at atGuantanamo atGuantanamo atGuantasamo
Guantanamo and Key West will pove povesufficient povesutftclent povesufficient
sufficient for the needs of a CarIbbean Curbbeansea
sea Beet fieet thinks the Secretary Secretari wtiil wtiilprotected whnbelieves while whilebe
be believes the Gulf coast may be 8lJlb 8lJlbprot eantly9cted
prot protected 9cted tecl through guarding the Yncutan Yncutanand YItanft Ycatanand
and Key West passages Into It ItThe 1tThe
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The abandonment of the t OP Port rt PovaJa floral ftovaland floraland
and Charleston yards rdB is recommended recommendedon
on the ground that the first Is snap unapproachable Inapproachable snapproachable ¬
proachable on account count of shallow water waterand watEraDd waterand
and that the second Is useless for bat battleships battle8hlps batilesbips ¬
tleships or cruiser enJ It is also recom recommended recommended recoinmended ¬
mended for similar reasons that the thereservations there thereservations
reservations re at Sacketts Harbor Lon LonIsland LonaIaDcl Long LongIsland
Island New London Conn and San SanJoan SanJuan SanJuan
Juan Porto Rico be abandoned abandonedMare ab8niIonedIare abandonedNare
Mare Iare Island Criticised CriticisedLack C CriticisedLack tIcised tIcisedLack
Lack of docking facilities at Mare MareIsland 1IareIaIaDd MareIsland
Island te complained of and an exten extension extenof onIonstun ¬
stun of f the navy yard yar nearer San Fran Francisco rand8ce Francisc ¬
cisco cisc recommended In the PhtMpptaee PhtMpptaeethe PhfHppbNtM
the Secretary recommends the concen concentratloli cencentratlost ¬
tration tratloli of docking and repair facilities facilitiesat
at Otongapo abandoning the Cavite Cavitestation Ca Cavitestation ylt8 ylt8statloB
station stationIn statloBIn stationIn
In connection with the increase of the thenavy OMvY thenavy
navy vY recommended the naval programs programsof pro m mor
of the leading foreign nations are o out OIttl outUsed t tllned
Used l The Secretary earnestly advo advocates advoeate advoeaten ¬
eaten an extensive program for farther fartherupbuilding furth furtherupbulldlng r rupbulJcllag
upbuilding the navy in preparation for forthe fortM forthe
the casting aside of o older ships shipsThe shipsThe shipsThe
I The creation of o the rank of grand ad admiral adJDlral admtrl ¬
miral vice admiral and admiral to sup supplement suppletnent ¬
plement the rank of rear admiral and andlegislation andlectalatloll andlegislation
legislation which will bring Officers < kens to tothe ttaRk tothe
the rank of rear admiral at fm earlier earlierage earH1age earlierage
I age is also recommended The Secre Secretary SeoretatT SeeretarT ¬
tarT asks that the office of commandant commandantof
of the Marine Corps be made for a deft definite deftulte delitrite ¬
trite term of four f ur years instead of until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the age of retirement as at a present presentTbe presentTbe presentTb
Tbe Tb retirement retire of f Robert E E Peary Pearywith Pearywith Poarywith
with the rank of rear admiral Is recom recommended reeommeadd recoinmended ¬
mended as a rewturd reWP of his arctic ex explorations exploratJolas enploratloiss ¬
plorations plorationsHe
He renoes request itat iat t appropriation be bemade Defor bemade
made for a a iita Itlle ta ito crypt for f r the body bodyof bodyOC bodyof
of John Pat Pall I 7es or > > es which is now at atAnnapolis atAuaApoIIs atAuaspOli
Annapolis in a 1 nrjcashift 4CeahlCt tomb
YOlK ootoforder outof order Stomach feels feelsfine feelsf feelslme
fine f e five minutes mi after taking a alittle alittle alittle
little Diapepsin DiapepsinThere DiapepsinT1Iere DiapepsinThere
There would not be a case of indiges indigestion ladlgeU indigesUsu ¬
tion her here If readers er5 who are subject to toStomach toStOMaCh toStomach
Stomach trouble knew the tremendous tremendousantiferment tremondousaatfona6llt tremendousantiferment
antiferment and a Dd digestive virtue contJed con contained contamed ¬
tamed in n Dfapepstn This harmless harmlesspreparation hanDIesI harmlesspreparation
preparation p epratlon will digest a heavy meal mealwithout mealWIthout mealwithout
I without the slightest fuss or discern discomfort dJsc discernfort m mtort ¬
fort tort and relieve the sourest rest acid stom stomach stomI stemacli ¬
ach in five minutes besides overcoming overcomingall
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i breath breathAsk breathI breathAak breathAsk
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I i formula plainly printed on each EOcent EOcentcase iOcentcase 0centcase
case of Papes tapepsm Dia pepsin then you will willj willreadily
I j readily understand why this promptly promptlycures promptlyCUI88 promptlycures
cures ladigestkni and removes such suchsymptoms suchsymptoms
symptoms as Hedrtburn a feeling like
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pre the sabtle btntMnee of a adevoted life litedftvot lifedevoted
devoted dftvot to higher thtaar tJdIIp When h henter be beeI1ten heesters
enter the home arouna a amend which Mch the story storyis stoIYis storyis
is built It is a I scene of strife sad wi die dtaeontent dIsCIOItteat diecontent
content HIs presence ta somothta somethIng of ofthe ortM ofthe
the same manner aa tile servant In hiThe InThe inThe
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peace and Joy JoyBetter joyBetter joyBetter
Better than a sermon Is the com comment comment cornmont ¬
ment of many playgoers who nave Men Menthe MeAthe seenthe
the performance
INDIGESTION SOURNESS DYSPEPSIA DYSPEPSIAND DYSPEPSIALND DYSPEPSIAkND
LND ND ALL STOMACH MISERY GOES
a lump of lead ia the stomach Belching 3ecbmcof
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food water brash Nausea Headache HeadacheBilloufinefie Bee4acitBtlloufAe68 HeadacheBilIoue
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toms and besides y yu u will not need needIhrer DeedIaxattve needlaxatives
laxatives to keep yotu stomach liver Ihrerand JiyeeRd liverand
and Intestines clean and fresh freahIf t freshIf
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S ge er r your food doesnt e at nt digest and andyour aadour andyour
your our meals dont seer to lit at why not notand 1Ktget notget
get a IfceDt ca from your d druggist druggistand st stand
and make life worth living Absolute Absoluterelief Ab Absoluterelief oIuterelief
relief from Stomach misery and an per perfect perfect perfeet ¬
fect digestion of anything you eat ia iasure ialure issure
sure to follow five minutes after and aadbesides andbesides andbesides
besides one case is sufficient su t to care a awhole awhole awhole
whole family of such trouble troubleSurely troubleSurely troubleSuivly
Surely a harmless Inexpensive prep preparation preparation preparatlon ¬
aration like DIapepein which will al always alays always ¬
ways ays either at daytime or during during nightrelieve nightrelieve night nightrelieve
relieve your stomach misery and digest digestuane digestyoM digestysr
yoM meals is about 8 handy and vat vatua1Jie valua1e
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South Americans AmericansExchange AmericansExchange AmericansExchangeAmenities
Exchange ExchangeAmenities ExchangeAmenitiesSpeeches Amenities AmenitiesSpeeches AmenitiesSpeeches
Speeches of felicitation between the therepresentatives therepre5ODtatlves therepresentatives
representatives of a a number of the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South American republics and several severalof severalor severalof
of the officer of the PanAmerican PanAmericanUnion PanAmericanLlIIon PanAmericantnion
Union and other distinguished distln hed guests guestswere guestswere guestswere
were the features of a dinner given givenby stvenby givenby
by John Barrett director general of ofthe orthe ofthe
the FanAxnorican Union to Burton BartonHolmes BurtonHolmes BurtonHolmes
Holmes of New York York at the Bureau of ofAmerican otAmErlcan ofAmerican
American Republics yesterday yesterdayDr resterd2YDr
Dr Benjamin Ide Wheeler W V heeler a director directorof
I of the Bureau of American Republics Republicsdiscussed RePUblicsI Republicsdiscussed
discussed d SC1J the proposed Canal Exposi Exposition ExposiI Exposilion ¬
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I hon and the PanAmerican feeling Sir SirPardo MrPardo r rPardo
Pardo minister of Peru Peru spoke of the thework thework thework
work of the union and its power wer in the theFouth theQuth thetouth
Fouth Quth American Am ricn states statesAccidentally statesAccidentally stolenAccidentally
Accidentally Shot Shoti ShotLad ShotLalIs
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ilHp till James A A Shipley ten years old of orZlJ ofj
ZlJ 21 > j X street southeast is a patient in the theCasualty theasualty theasualty
asualty Hospital with a bullet wound woundin
in n his right < leg HIs injury is slight slightv sUghtiung slightYung
iung v > ungr Shipley was watching John JohnLaiuJian JohnIaI JohnIatjhnn
LaiuJian IaI If < > f V3K Third street southeast southeastclean JIOutheastr
clean r lean his ifle ifle in the back yard of his hisiome hisl hiscmc
iome l cmc me yesterday est rdaY afternoon when the theweapon theu theucipon
weapon u po win discharged the bullet strik striking strlkrg strikig ¬
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CHILDRENS fACES fACESAWFUL FACESAWFUL
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Crusty CrustyUsed Used Cutlcuraand Cuticura and Did DidNo DidNo DidNo
No More Scratching Eczema EczemaDisappeared EczemaDisappeared EczemaDisappearedin
Disappeared in 6 Veeks VeeksNow VeeksNow WeeksNow
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No Sign of ofT ofTroube Trouble rouble Has Returned ReturnedMy Returned4IMy ReturnedMy
4IMy My two children suffered from from an aneffection annfiectlon annifection
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which afterwards afterwardsgot afterwardsgot afterwardsgot
got bigger until untilthey untIlthey untilthey
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not help Then I read of the Cuticura CuticuraEemedies CuticuraRemedies I IEemedies
Eemedies As I am a chemist having havingserved harm harmserved
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did not have much confidence in them themYet themYet themYet
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for foralter forafterlused after I used Cuticura CuticuraSoap Soap Ointment Ointmentand Ointmentand Ointmentand
and Resolvent the first fi rt t time the children childrenWt childrenftlft childrenfelt
Wt verv vry well and c f c d no more scratch scratching SCr9tchfD scratchIng ¬
ing fD Then the eczeMa became dry and andI andentirely andentirely
I entirely disappeared d appeared after about six sixweeks xweeks sixweeks
weeks treatment This is now more morethan moret morethan
than t two years ago and no sign of the thetrouble thetroubte thetroube
trouble has returned therefore I can canrecommend canrecommend canrecommend
recommend the Cuticura Remedies Remedieswithout RemedIesmtbout Remedieswithout
without reserve erve to all people JJ ple who are areBuffering aresulfmng areniering
Buffering with eczema William Grelelr Grel
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