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:UV.'.. OREGON ' DAILY TOURWAL. PORTLAND;-' FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 1 1804.
IN THE HARBOR
- VTXAMZm .' ALUAXCl abbxth
; r rmox saw rAwcisoo wrric
, Lajlqb rAsizaazB eist afte
am tjttjtjai.i,t siourr yoyaob
. AXaTaT XVBAJ WUTDA.
With iso ton vf gwic-ral cargo and
, -. t unusually large passenger Hat th
numrr Alliance arrlvJ . in port ys-
terday morning from San Frum'Kpo by
' way of Kurcka and Coos bay. pie (,f"
fleets report - that strong head winds
were experienced all tlm way up the
. naat. and aa a result tlie passage was
Drorons-ed almost n day. At this tlnrK
-" "' Of yee r th "norweuters'' are of fieiuint
' . r occurrence, but thy prove of a decided
v .benefit to the vessVla southward bound.
Panned by yie brcexe thff AHliinre made
la'st trlD. The following Is. a lint 'of T
th passengers who arrived on the
, From Kurcka Mr. Ij. A. Tirown nnd
' three ehitilren. J. A. Iirummond. fhurles
ITieneU, F. ' J. CtrtrtWeTT 'and "Wife". Mil
K Miller. Jeasl Mtllrr. MellFSa MllMff
Chartua Black. C. 'll. lonalcl and wlNf
N -R. Iirltt.in. J. U. MelcheA J. P.
Melcher. Ell llopan, wife and ihild. J.
P Oamt, R H. Taylor nnd wife. John
Bound, 8. Hears. 8. B. Kei-r. X.. "U. Hart,
JUisa I.. B. Shank. J. A. Williams, J. W.
Washlrhlck. C. A. Ramsey. Kfl Wright.
Mrs. J. W: Jlu.ll. V. V. Cookman and
three second class passengers.- ,
rrom Coos HiCy Miss K. K. Rodine.
Thompson and wife. Andrew Olsen. O.
W. Helster. William Gordon Slid wife.
11 C. Gates, wife and child. R. J. Mont
gomery. James Farley, 1. "TaoGulre.
Kllsha RlSfs, C. U Beeler and wife,
Peter Black. J. C. Murray, William Buck
and wife. W. .N. Earle. Professor Zolla.
J. , J. Rock. Miss V. Atklnaon W., H.
Pmlth. Martin WSllace and wife and
nl.ie second rlaaa passengera.
kakikxl liohti cxawoss.
C J, Calkins, lighthouse Inspector,
- hss prepared th following Information
T6r the guldahcoof mariners:
Cooli island Poil Light, page 36. No.
158 List of Lights, Buoys and Day-
- marks. Pactftc Coast. 1904. page 6.
June' 20. the structure from which this
-...light was showiy wa carried away.
, t'ttitll -the structure Is replaced the light
. will be shown from ajo arm on a stake
on Coon Island, and about 121 feet W.
--. N- of Its former position.
Swan Island Bar Lower Poat Light,
Vage 18, No. 187 rLtst of Beacons,
Iluoys and Daymarka, Pacific Coast.
. J0. page 64. Ob or about July 1 the
Structure from Which this light Is
shown will-bs moved to the westerly
aide of the newly dredged channel, and
about 100 test 8Y. by. W. of It former
. Point Pulley Post Light. Page 44, af
ter No. J0 List of Lights. Buoys and
- tTTOarks, PaflfH! Coastal Tpugc 77.
June (0 a fixed white post - lantern
Jlght, suspended 1 feet above the wa
ler. from 'an arm on an unpalnted pl(e,
will be estabMshed on the southeasterly
corner of tbe wharf orihe outer end of
; .Point Pully, - easterly aide of Puget
sound- and about midway between Se
attle and Tacoma, Wash.
Robinson Point Post Light FE, H E.
. Right tangent to Dolphin Point .NW.
y W. . W.
Rattsry PolM Poet Light NW. by N.,
The following affecU tfte list of
JlhU. buoys and daymarka, Paclflo
- Grav'a Uaj-hotJlritrance. rages bbij
' and 1i Gray's Harbor outside bar
whistling buoy was mured June H, and
Is now In 3 feet of water, about mile
NNW. of its former position.
Lone tree on Damon Point NE. 7.
Outer end of Jetty Wharf .(Inside the
i baifliLiigNB. H-nortiltfrl " .
Orsy s Harbor Lighthouse EL H N.
Outer Buoy A B. A W.-P. S. flrst-rlaas-1
cn was tno4 to tha northward,
: In 4'ft of WfsXeT, Juni s..
Iiri"tTee on usJnOn point N& N.
! Outs. uM- Jlt Wrf ,lilde the
. bay) EMi. K.
Gray's Harbor Lighthouse rK. H N.
Inner Buoy A M. A W. P. 8. first
class nun was moved to the northward,
In II fet of water. June 19.
Lone tree on Damon Point NE. N.
Outer end of Jetty rt'harf (Inside tKe
bay) K. N., northerly.
Gray's Harbor Lighthouse E. 8.
Trustee Spit Buoy. No. 0 A red first
rlana nun. was movud to the northward
in 12 feet of water, June 19.
Lone tree on Damon Point NNE.
Outer end of Jetty Wliarf (Inside the
. bay) E. N
tfrav s Harbor Lighthouse K. ny B.
South Spit Jetty Buoy
ond-class nun, marked Jetty." In white,
was established June 13. in 1 feet of
water, to mark the outer submerged
end of the Jetty. Vessels should not
pass to the eastward of the buoy.
Lone tree on Damon Point N. by E.
. ; ft-
Ned Rook NNE i F.
Gray's Harbor Llgntnouse K. N.
' ' Starboard Bide of Channel Buoy, No.
4 A first-class spar, found adrift June
IS, was repfaced the same day.
. Juan De Fuca Strait, page 74 Hand
Pplt. New Dungenese Buoy. No. 2
.Reported adrift June J 7, will be re
placed aa soon as practicable.
Heln Bank Buoy A R. & B. H S
firSr-oUiss nun. was moved about l,3no
'feet o the southward. In 35 feet of wa
ter, June 10. and. Is now approximately
60 feet N. K W. from a pinnacle rork
or boulder having but 144 feet over
jit it mean hrw water.
Smith Island Llghthous E. N.,
New I)iiiRenrs IJghthouse S. T E.
Discovery Inland (Canadian) Light
house W. H N.
Rnsarlo Strait, page . Boulder Reef
Puoy, No. 2 A seeond-clasa nun, re
ported adrift June 14, will be replaced
as soon aa prortlonhle.
JtOTTCK TO KlBimS.
'. , Report has been made of the fol-
'' lowing changes In aid to navigation:
Z i Alaska Aleutian islanda 1'ntmak,
, , pass --Scotch cap light Vtslblllty--"
Lieut W. P. Cronan, I'. 8. navy, navlgat
' '- Ing. officer of the I': B. 8. Petrel, reports
that the light en I'nlmak Island, about
wo miles-eastward of Hcotch rap Is
;l Visible ?0 miles in clear westher on a
dark night. - Approximate position Lat
V Ifude (4 degrees 2S minutes 47 seconds
V i ft., longitude 114 degrees 44 minutes 46
v aeoonds W.
-h"MmMkn Aleutian Islands Unlmnk
-, n - , pass Davidson bank Current Lieut.
W. P. Cronan. 17. B. navy, navigating of--:'
' Hc.tr of the Tj. 8. 8 Petrel, reports that
-on Davldsnn bnk to the aouthward of
I'nlmak pass fin Way I J. 1904." a current
---?f,f three knots per hour was found set
" ; ,ln N. degrees W. true (W8W H
- AV1. w ry maa . Ten- hours later the
.' 'U. S. naval collier Saturn reported the
J- , ,-;' same current. As the tidal current wsa
running ebb through L'nlmsk pass when
.'", ' sha westerly set was observed by the
r P"rl It would arpesr that this westerly
j set la Independent of the tidal current.
.. - - r
'' 1 lOVTITlf TBAVriO XsT OOOS.
- Passenger (ravel on tha steamers fo
ataa f ranelsco la pickle tip oonaldera
tODIN6 1 NX. )
iMECAMERAi XX -I
SOME CHARACTER SKETCHES OF THE REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR VICE-,
PRESIDENT, SENATOR CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS
bly. The Columbia want out last night
carrying 110 passengera, the " largeat
number that has taken passage during
thla season. For the next two or three
months It Is expected that the steamers
will be crowded almoat to their full
capacity. They are not going to Califor
nia to spend the summer, but simply to
enjoy the ride on the sea. The steamer
took out about 1,000 tops of freight,
which was made up of 300 tons of paper,
125 tors of Iron. 35 tons of box shook,
"UO tons of oats. 75 tons of flour, 50
tons of potatoes. 50 tons of feed. 10 tons
of oil cake meal, 30 tons of linseed oil
and 100 tons of miscellaneous freight
Astoria. Or., July.-l, Arrived st 4:30
and left up at 9 a. m. Steamer Redondo
from San Francisco. '.
Arrived down at 3:80 a. m. Steamer
Manila. July-1- Arrived Schooner W.
F. Garma from Portland.
San Francisco. July t. Sailed at 11:30
a. m. Steamer Costa iRIc for Fort
H.n Pedro, June .- Arrlred
Sohooner Mabel Gale from Portland.
Astoria, June 30. Arrived down at
1:30 p. m. 1. S. steamer Perry.
Arrived at 1:30 p. m. Schooner Rio
Sailed at 4 p. Ba Schooner David
Evans r for BHanghall.
. Astoria, July 1. tmndltion of the bar
at 8 a. m: smooth ;llght north wind;
Astoria. July 1. Bailed at 1:40 p. m.
Steuifjer Columbia for San Francisco.
MURDER TRIAL AT
. SPOKANE POSTPONED
(Special Ptrpsteb to The Journal.)
Spokane, Wash.. July 1. It has been
decided In the criminal department of
the superior court that the case of the
state against Mrs. Jeanette Harrla of
North Yakima, charged with murder in
the first degree, in the killing of her
daughter's Illegitimate Infant, cannot be
tried, gt, t"B term of the auperlor
couri, ana-ine semng u idi i;aav w
"It would be Impossible to get a Jury
before July.l," said Judge Richardson,
"at which time the present Jurors will
have completed their term, and aa there
Is no provision In the statutes for call
ing a special Jury to try criminal cases,
the cose will have to go over till the
This makes It expensive for the
county, as 26 witnesses had already
been here two days, 10 of whom were
brought from North Yakima and one
from Peat tie.
LAST WOOL SALE OF
SEASON AT SHANIKO
(Special niipatrh to The Journal.)
Slianlko, fir, July 1. The last wool
snle f the e:ion was held here today.
The former hlh prices were maintained
ranging from 1 3 Vt to 17 cents. Almost
l.OOO.OuO pounds were sold, some of
which was of n Inferior grade, on ac
count of this being the last sale.
The principal buyers were Koshlsnd
tk Co, WllliamV Co., of Boston; 1
fayette Worsted mills of Providence, R.
I., and Frank .luhnson of Boise, Idaho.
About 500,000 pounds Is yet to be sold,
but the buyers will depart for the caat
WITH THE BACCHANTE
(Journal Special BerrVea )
Glbrsltar. July 1. The American
gunboat Mayflower collided with the
British cruiser Bacchante off here, to
day.. The damage has not been ascer
tained, but is not believed to have been
HUKT XV CJOX-USXOV.
(Spelal plapatrh to 'Ths Journal.)
Harrington.. Wash., July 1 Frank
Benjamin was hurt in a collision on the
Great Northern near here yesttrdsy.
The extent of his Injuries were confined
to severe scalp wounds.
9. Chambers, Optlotava.
Wholesale and retell. 11 Seventh St.
Fx sf erred Stock Caaaed GHoda
Allan A Lewis' Seat braaaV
oxosoa x BU3ucs waoii nr ono-
SXTXOlf TO rABBsTTS' WISBXS,
WIO iUBOI TXXZB SOW IS BOT
Or AOS TOUKO MJOPI.B SBBT
In another of the, many strenuous
contests to which the 'power of Cupid
bus been submitted,' that sturdy little
warrior has again won, the Influence of
a mother has been worsted, and a 20-year-old
Portland stenographer has a
The girl In 'the caae Was Mlsa Grace
Clancy of Montavilla, - who for nearly
two years waa stenographer and book
keeper in. the office of Dr. Brown, arid
her husband Is 3eorge L. Burke, son of
J. IS. Burke, of 64 iuiat Plue street.
As matters staniT today the father and
mother of the young manjnsist that he
Is not legally married, that lie had no
I right to go to the courUiouae . .iaa
Wedneauay ana ODiain a uutrriage li
cense on tbe allegation that he was of
age, and the aforesaid father and mother
have published a notice to the effect
t-hat they will -not be responsible for
any bills contracted byHrlde and groom.
On the other hand, young Burke Insists
that he is of age-
J. K. Burke, the father, haa for many
years been a machlniat in the employ
of the K. C. Atkins company, haa been
a member of the Centenary Methodist
church for many years, was on two dif
ferent occasions a candidate In his dis
trict on the Prohibition ticket for state
senator and was twice the nominee of
that party for city councilman.
Early last evening the trouble waa
made known to The Journal when Mra.
Burke called up and said:
"My son, George, and Grace Clancy
obtained a marriage license by fraud
laat Wednesday, and are Illegally mar
ried. We shall not be responsible for
"Who Is Mr. Clancy, the father of
"He is a news butcher."
"I)p you know ths family T"
'Do I know them? I'm happy, In
deed, to say that 1 do not.''
Then the angry mother rang off.
At the office of the Northwestern
.Oil A Paint company, 40 Front street, to
day the young groom was found, and
gave the following version of tha story:
"Mother X Just Angry."
"I don't want to speak badly of my
J mother; but she is Just angry about
this. When I told them I was going to
get married, she said she wanted me
for two more years. Then I said I
wouldn't , wait. . Mother . haa a bad
temper a font thla and Is Just angry;
but I'm happy and glad I got married.
"Did I know Grace very long? Well.
I should auy. She and I have been
steady company for two years. She is
Just the nicest girl In the world. Oh,
I knew what 1 was. doing and I got
rendy for It. Three months ago 1 got
this Job with the paint company, and
I will get along all rlgh( and don't you
forget it. Don't give us ths worst of
It,. If you put anything In the psper."
The young husband swelled with prldo
at the thought of the obligation he. had
assumed. He is a bright, handsome
Another story wss told two blocks
away from where he was at work, at
ths store of the Atkins company, where'
the father is employed.
Mr. Burke. Br., said:
Father la Tsry Wroth. v-
"We object to this marriage because
It (a foolish, and my son Is not of age.
My wife and I were married in 1HS.1,
sud he wss born In September, 11184.
1 think Jek Clancy, his brother-in-law,
or whoever aided In having htnr pro
cure this license, should be prose
As a further defense of the girl he
haa married, young 'Burks said:
"She went to a shorthand school and
I graduated In the Couch grammar
school. Her people are fine people, and
her father is the oldest news agent 'on
the o. R. A N. I have waited to marry
her for three yfr. We were' married
by Rev. Mr. Mturiroe of the Methodist
church lnJ Montavilla. at tha home of
her parents, and everything waa on tha
The bride and groom are firing at th
home of his father-in-law, and since
Wednesday have been receiving tha
congratulations of their boy and girl
- Tha marriaga license record show
that on June. II 'a license waa issued to
Grace L. Clancy. 30 years old, -and
George U Burke, aged 11 years. J. A.
Clancy aiana aat a witness, and the li
cense was Issued by County Clark
Fields personally, whose recollection- la
that the wltneas waa an aiaeriy man,
or at least old enough to ba the father
of tha young lady. - .
REMARKABLE CASE OF .
' JUVENILE DEPRAVITY
(Boeelsl IMabstrh to "The Journal.)
Oregon City. July 1, One or the moat
remarkable cases of Juvenile depravity,
If such It proves to be, ever recorded In
a local court la occupying the attention
of the Oregon City Justice court thla
Io th complaint th defendant
figures aa John Do. Ha la deaf and
dumb, la buV 1 years of age, small In
sUtur and" haa been. attending th mute
school at Salem, for some .time.-
- Another singular feature of the ease
Ilea in the fact that th trial la being
conducted through . aa Interpreter, who.
la th only man in Oregon City that
understands th deal and. dumb lan-
,Jt is alleged the boy attempted an as
sault upon Pearl Tamblln, th daughter
of Jam-la Tamblln. The attempt took
place near the glrl'a. home, which la lo
cated on the Viola- road.
The caae appears to be rather a serl
ohs one for the boy, as it Is claimed
that this Is not the first offense of this
character that he has beerf Implicated in.
Considerable difficulty la experienced
In conducting the trial.
(Special Dlspatrh to The Jeamal.)
Albany. Or., July 1. W. H. Green of
Salem, a blacksmith, came up laat night
on the trail of his wife, a brldt of four
months, who on Wednesday had left
that city accompanied by a woman giv
ing her nam as Mrs. E. E. Colestock,
snd an x -convict. Oreen aays that the
ex-convict, haa a peculiar Influence over
his wife, alleging that the woman Is
hypnotised by the man and under hla
Mr. Green consulted with tha officers
here and at noon left In pursuit, de
termlned to bring back hla wife. He
swears he will not atop until he sees
the ex-convlct behind the bar again.
TURKS SLAUGHTER AN
(Journal Special fterTlee. )
Constantinople, July 1. A large eara
van of Armenians waa overtaken and
butchered by Kurds and Turkish regu
lars Thursday. All the adulta were
killed and th boys and girls carried off
.Great efforts hay been made by the
officials to suppress the news o"the
horror, but tt Is reported that several
hundred persons were wantonly slaugh
tered. Apparently no, vej-y active' steps
are being taken In the "way of an In
M'OXUrSOW TZX.X FBBB.
v- (Journal Special Berries. t
Mullan. Idaho, July 1. O. McCltndon
Is making a Tracy record In evading
Ah officers. He Is charged with a gun
play and robbing a aaloon here, and Is
Nprobably now near SRlteae, Mont. He Is
a tall, alight man of dark complextton,
aged 43 years, height 6 'feet and weighs
lfSO pounds. Th description haa been
aent to tha officers In all tha adjoining
BX.BW OUT BOXXBB "TtTBBsV
(Special niapateb te The JoaraaL).'
Coeur d'Alene, July "l. Th steamer
Idaho thia morning blew-out her boiler
tubes, rendering her helpless, and wag
towed to share by the steamer JJeorgla
Oakes. The damage Is not knwwn, put
la thought to he alight.
POSTKASTXB GOBI IBS ABB.
(peeial Dlspatrh to Th Xearasl.)
Pasco, Wash., William B. Gray,, a
pioneer of this section and postmsster
at thla place, ir lnsan. Hla affliction
la of a mild type. II Imagined ba la
Ths'larg aaucer holda.th Julr
iimnni ina iiliibi uiuara raiam v 1 1
uaeful household article; worm
here Saturday night, between the
houre of and 18 p. ra., for only ,
ONLT ONB TO A CUSTOMER.
;NO TELEPHONE ORDERS .RECEIVEE FOR THESE. SPECIALS.
No delivery of goods. Mutt can at store l>t them. . ; , .
UXT.OP MBB. DODDBB TOB BX-
tobob is BxaBosaaB, xbatibo
' BBB BBXTXCBB WITB BOB WIDOW,
BXBOB XfABBjXAQB SXCB WXaXBO
- AVaTXTXaJED WAI .OLIOiX.
Mrs. Anna B. Doddr. nee Flat.man.
nee Koehler, waa dismissed, together
with her divorce .ault, from th atat
olrcult court by Judge Cleland thla
morning with th rendering of the
court' opinion that she has .no equity
In th complaint, tha affect of which la
that ah la not entitled to a decree of
divorce for the very reason grven tn her
petition, namely.,. that aha waa never
matrlad'to the defendant '
Mra. Dodder la now In the interesting
situation of a woman - who haa been
married to two men, both of whom are
still living, and neither on Ja her hus
band, altheugh but one divorce haa been
When ah waa Miss Anna B. Koehler
sh married George K. Flatman, in
Marion county. In February.
first ventuni provedT unsatisfactory and
sh secured a dlvoroa front Flatman n
July II, UK Vry shortly thereafter
ber antipathy to tha matrimonial noose
sucoumbed -to the attentlona of Mr.
Dodder, and on New Tear's day, 11(6,
pverlooking the fact that under tha law
of Oregon a divorced person ahall not
legally marry within alx month of the
date of divorce, ah waa again led a
blushing bride to the altar by Mr.
This supposed marriage proved at
least mor plsaalng than th first and
bonaflds venture, for It lasted three
years longer. But tha domestlo tl ap
pears to have ben uncongenial to Mra
Dodder, or Flatman. for ah again de
termined to be free. Then ah found
that her last marriage was Illegal on
account of th Insufficient tlm elapsing
between her former divorce and her eec
ond marriage. This ground waa set up
in a petition ' which a few weeka ago
was filed In the circuit court asking that
the marriage ceremony with Dodder be
declared void and Dodder be prohibited
from calling ber wile or participating
In her business and domestlo affairs,
Th predicament that Mra. Dodder fa
now In haa no parallel In tha local court
(Joaraal Bpeetal Barrlre.)
London, July 1. Tha Exchange tele
graphs Paris correspondent report that
former Premier Waldeck - Roaseau to
day attempted to commit suicide. Hla
wife arrived In tlm to prevent hi
doing himself any injury.
The former premier, owing to ' ill
health, haa been deapondent for some
time and has been under nearly con
atant medical care and treatment. '
TO EJECT OCCUPANTS
( Jeorntl IpeelM Serrlce.)
' Nan tea. Franc, July I. la ejecting
the premonstrant and capuclae order
today a battalion of Infantry and. a de
tachment of dragoon assisted the po
lice while the firemen deluged the mon
astery and took out the ocoupents by
means of ladders, th door having been
barricaded by tha Inmates.
ESTATE IS PROBATED
" . : A
. (Jeorael ".pedal rvt-e.)
London. July 1. Th estste of th
lat Henry M. Stanley waa proved todiy
and given a value of $7St.S$6. ,
The lata xplorr'e property con
sisted very largely of land Investment
and a city property. Ha had been esti
mated a a . millionaire. -.1
PORTLAND MAY GET -TEACHERS'
... (Ipeelal Dlspstck te The nmeL) '
St Loula, July 1 .Portland la now
practically assured of being th city
chosen for the holding of th 44th an
imal convention of th National Kdu-
Xptoti-; asaoclatlon, waloU will b fcld
Useful Specials for Very LittleMo.ney
T .T. 7 ...71. s
, holderr-hr Saturday j night. batwn
a and. 10. o. m.. for .- '
-only wor,th i o
PAPERS FOR SATURDAY-NIGHT SPEQAL
The choicest selection
of Low Cuts for the
Vhole family all c
plenty of Tans arid the
stylish White. Supply
your shoe wants here
at moderate prices.
" 149 Third Street .
Fourth of July Will Soon be Here
More accidents happen on that day
than in any month in the year.
See tlie Point?
You Need Accident Insurance Now
more than at any time during the year.
TAKEUT NOW PONT DELAY, .
Vou don't know-what what may happen
; to you in the next few days. . ' ;.
LET US FIX YOU-! UP ;
The Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company
V i P. A,. OETX, GKNERAI. AOENT : '' :' ' ''
327-8 Marquam BuUdlng , '
In June, J0l, and. will bring S.oot tach
era to th Lewis and Qark ax position.
At a meeting laat night resolution
endorsing th. Portland- centennial wer
unanimously adopted. A. U Craig and
Henry E. Dosch Of Portland extended
a hearty Invitation to th delegate to
coma to Oregon next year. Th apeak"
r wer assured by th executive com
mlttee that Portland waa looked on
mor favorably than ' any other city,
asd that If th. railroads would grant
ultabl rate snd th Oregon teaohers
would taka' sufficient Interest In th aa
sodatlon by becoming maraber. th nxt
cAAvsntlnri would om to Portland. Af
ter n investigation' th efnetsj en
nnuQcmtnb of th -city (elected "will
t atad la lptmbi ;.
- A aiiI InA tha aauear
. i . . . . v . . . . ;
SI - IQ
BINGHAM PROMOTED J
AND ORDERED RETIRED
' (Jearast apeelst errtee.l
' Washingten, July l.--Preatdent Rof sa
S Ve,-T!;jEt w'-'Si '
ve it toaay promoioa juajor umgnami m
the engineer oorps to become brlgadver,.' I
general and gsva an order (or hla wn- --V
medial retirement. . ..... 1
' Bingham recently fcad ' hi leg. smpu
tated a tha result of th. accident .
which took placa tt Buffalo. H served .
aa aupertntendent of th Whit Housa
building and grounds and" waa th. -
pridnt'g military, aid..
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