THE CANAL RECORD
Vol. IV., No. 38.
CANAL MEDAL SERVICE BARS.
The following list contains the names of employes of the Isthmian Canal Commission, and Panama Railroad Company who com-
pleted six or four years' continuous service on the Isthmus, between January 1 and December 31, 1910, and for that reason are entitled to
receive a medal bar. The list is published in order that it may be carefully checked by those interested. Any omissions, errors in the
spelling of names or in the dates from which bars become due, should be reported to the Office of the Chairman at Culebra, for correction.
Name. Bar due.
Snediker. Randolph E.Sept. 28
Barrett. Alexander M . . .Oct. 2
Craig. James G Oct. 2
Murphy. Zan Oct. 2
Owen. Brady R Oct. 2
Proud. Truman C Oct. 2
Roche. Paul E Oct. 2
Wallendorff, Joseph Oct. 3
Monley, Jesse Oct. 8
Campion. John Oct. 9
Johnson. Gilbert, Jr Oct. 9
Kunkel. Walter J Oct. 9
Lynn. Lewis M Oct. 9
Metzger. Claude Oct. 9
Parrott, Nettleton Oct. 9
Sprouse, Frances P Oct. 9
Pelton. Henry Oct. 10
Walton. George E Oct. 10
Andrews, Rollen F Oct. 14
Hennigh. Charles G . . . . Oct. 14
Hyde, William H Oct. 14
Macneil, Thomas A Oct. 14
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Peterson, Julius M Oct. 14
Thaxton, Cullen D Oct. 14
Vandenberg. Harry . . . .Oct. 14
Reynolds. William T. . .Oct. 15
Beetham, Charles H . . .Oct. 17
Byram, Fred B Oct. IS
Erdman. Daniel J Oct. 18
Fein. John W Oct. 18
McMahon. Terrence J.. Oct. 18
Sickler, Albert F Oct. 18
Beam. Walter 1 Oct. 19
Curran, James S Oct. 19
Quinby. Benjamin C. . .Oct. 19
Casper. James P Oct. 21
Hallett. Charles L Oct. 21
Huff, Thomas T Oct. 21
Jones. John W Oct. 21
Lucey, James W Oct. 21
McRobert, William W. .Oct. 21
Morris, Webster Oct. 21
Perkins. Samuel M Oct. 21
Ploessel. Emanuel M. . .Oct. 21
Viall, Harry H Oct. 21
Zinn, A. S Oct. 21
Stancliff, Charles A. . . .Oct. 23
Azima. Michael C Oct. 24
Brown. Jessie B Oct. 24
Chambers, William R. .Oct. 24
Dickinson, William E. .Oct. 24
Griffin. John J Oct. 24
Name. Bar due.
Myers, Forrest J Oct. 24
Rosegrant. John H . . . .Oct. 24
Stevens, Frank C Oct. 24
Stover, David Z Oct. 24
Swain. Bernie E Oct. 24
Taylor, Richard G Oct. 24
Bath. Ed. G Oct. 26
Grieser, Fred A Oct. 26
Halligan, Thomas Oct. 26
Hennessy, Walter J . . . .Oct. 26
Hill, Holly Oct. 26
Kittel. Charles Oct. 26
McDonald, Hugh M . . .Oct. 26
Marsh. William H Oct. 26
Powers. Joseph J Oct. 26
Rankin. Alvin M Oct. 26
Seebt, JohnF Oct. 26
Westcott. Fred M Oct. 26
Woodman. Frank R. . . .Oct. 26
Graham. John Oct. 30
Graham. William F Oct. 30
Hayes. Harry S Oct. 31
Brundage. Fred H Nov. 2
Chelf . Fielding M Nov. 2
Erdman, Roger S Nov. 2
Haynes, John N Nov. 2
Pendry. Charles A Nov. 2
Perry, Hobart E Nov. 2
Piper, William T Nov. 2
Rector, Josephine Nov. 2
Reichenbach, Geo. E. . .Nov. 2
Thurston, Edward D. . .Nov. 2
Watkins. William Nov. 2
Whitehead, George Nov. 2
Coultripp, Robert Nov. 3
Falkner. William H . . . . Nov. 4
Pickel, Oscar C Nov. 4
Richards. Arthur R. . . .Nov. 4
Hobson, Clarence O. . . .Nov. 5
Speicher, John Nov. 5
Kehm, Herman Nov. 5
Bower, William M Nov. 6
Campey, George M . . . . Nov. 6
Monk, Herman V Nov. 6
Moran. William A Nov. 6
Wright. Charles Nov. 6
Warren. Edward L Nov. 7
Pring. Clyde E Nov. 8
Boxer, Charles W Nov. 12
Dorson, Frank Nov. 12
Fleischman. Isaac H...Nov. 12
Helmerichs, Otto Nov. 12
McNeal, George A. . . .Nov. 12
Name. Bar due.
Scribner. David W. . . .Nov. 12
VanBrocklin. Arthur C.Nov. 12
Arden, Oliver Nov. 14
Moore, William J Nov. 15
Coulborn. Edward I... Nov. 16
Jennings, Allan H Nov. 16
Kneeland. J Nov. 16
Newdick, Alton H. . . .Nov. 16
Pettoletti, Lauritz Nov. 16
Taylor. William D Nov. 16
Lillie. Charles D Nov. 18
Strock, William T Nov. 18
Fey, William L Nov. 19
Borroto, Reginald F. . .Nov. 20
Etowski, Joseph Nov. 20
Fagan, Samuel Nov. 20
Farrell, James H Nov. 20
Fox. Maurice W Nov. 20
Joyner, Charles K Nov. 20
Milligan, William G. . .Nov. 20
Nims, Willard W Nov. 20
Rutledge. Richard B...Nov. 20
Smith. Lewis A Nov. 20
Stoddard, Richard J. . .Nov. 20
Turner. Edward K Nov. 20
Smallwood. William P.Nov. 22
Hoagland, Richard C. .Nov. 23
Wirz, Charles C. J Nov. 23
Barrows, Arthur C. . . .Nov. 26
Burdge, Leroy E Nov. 26
Burmester, Edward A.Nov. 26
Callizo, Julius Nov. 26
Deyo, Daniel B Nov. 26
Ewing, Ora M Nov. 26
Johannes, Guy Nov. 26
Moffat, David H Nov. 26
Rau, Charles R Nov. 26
Shepard. Frank A Nov. 26
Kirby, Jeremiah F. . . .Nov. 27
Sneed, James W Nov. 28
Davoll, Charles E Nov. 29
Harris. Thomas H. . . .Nov. 29
Heverly. Ernest W Nov. 29
Johnson. Frank E Nov. 29
Tubert. Edward Nov. 29
White. Hugh J Nov. 29
Brown. Ed Lee Nov. 30
Calvit, Stephen Nov. 30
Donaldson, William J.. Nov. 30
Fields, John B Nov. 30
Foster. Frank Nov. 30
Griffin. Herbert E Nov. 30
McPeake. John C Nov. 30
Name. Bar due.
Meacham, Fred Nov. 30
Smith, Arman Nov. 30
Wagner, George D. . . . .Dec. 1
Duey, William J Dec. 3
Halstead, William M . . . Dec. 3
Bryant. Edward J Dec. 5
Caton. Armisted T Dec. 5
Marstrand. Otto T Dec. 5
Ward, William H., Jr. . .Dec. 5
Strong. James M Dec. 7
Butler, William H Dec. 10
Carson, George B Dec. 10
Brown, Robert H Dec. 11
Ramsey, Horace E. . . .Dec. 11
Arthur, Robert T Dec. 13
Kerruish, William L. . .Dec. 13
Elliott. J. W Dec. 14
Hartwig. Arthur H Dec. 15
Murtha, W. J Dec. IS
Erskine, William A Dec. 18
Whitwood. Leroy Dec. 18
Healey. Edward B Dec. 19
Poyle, Ransome Dec. 19
Tate, Gilbert M Dec. 19
Engesser, Conrad Dec. 20
Ford, Walter G Dec. 21
Gaeb, Harry J Dec. 21
Burch, James L Dec. 22
Hardy, Ernest Dec. 22
Bressler, Francis N . . . . Dec. 24
Baughman, Edward H.Dec. 28
Chidester, Walter S. . . .Dec. 28
Edmands, Wm. H., Jr . Dec. 28
Hill, Charles H., Jr. . . . Dec. 28
Hill, Iver G Dec. 28
Kuehnle, Adolph G Dec. 28
Loring. Ralph B Dec. 28
Stolberg, Ernest W Dec. 28
Second Service Bar.
Connolly. M. B May 4
Skipper, A May 4
Nichols. Aurin B May 31
Tenny. Mark W June 2
Baldwin, Ralph P June 8
Hortenstine, James W . . June 8
Johnson, Natt M June 8
Wells, George M June 8
Wright. Daniel E June 8
Perry, James C June 27
Pierce, Claude C June 27
Gorgas, William C. . . .June 28
Hall, William H June 28
Wood. William M
de Obarrio. Pedro
Richardson, Gibbon O
Beverley, Edward P. .
Herrick, Alfred B
McDonald, Donald E.
Lundishef, Alex. A
Sinclair, Joseph M. . . .
Smith, Eleanor J
Thorn. Leslie G
Turner, Anna R
Galyon. Charles L. . . .
Butters. Charles M . . .
Cooke, Tom M
Murphy, William J . . .
Reidy, John J
Caldwell. George A. . .
Nolan, John L
Boyd. Oscar S
Rerdell, M. C
DuBois. Louis E
Kieman, John C
Hummer. Charles D. .
Alexander, Elias E. . .
Meech, Marietta L. . .
Padgett, Monroe L . . .
Glaw, Robert W
Moore, Frank E
Torbert, William A . . .
Walsh, Thomas J
Donahue, Daniel F. . .
Parker, Charles L. . . .
Sweeton, Gertrude . . .
Mason, Albert P
Dennis, Durward W. .
La Rock, John
Connor, Michael E. . .
Bates, Phil M
Bates, William H
Kirk, Joseph S
Meehan, John J
. July 5
. July 9
. July 13
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. . Dec. 1
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. .Dec. 5
. . Dec. 6
. .Dec. 6
. Dec. 20
PANAMA RAILROAD COMPANY EMPLOYES.
Name. 1908. Dale.
Wood. A. C Jan. 6
Cespedes. Dora B Jan 10
Cartwright, J. G Jan. 13
Mara, Thomas Jan. 17
Kinsman, F J an - 23
Weller, J. H Jan. 27
Gross, J. J ^n. 31
Miller, W. L Feb. 1
Beaumont, Joseph Feb. 5
Ernst, A. H Feb. 13
Fulton, E. E Feb. 17
Roland, W.J Feb. 17
McCartney, J. W Feb. 27
Beverly, May Mar. 1
Kerr. J. L Mar. 1
Huck. F. E Mar. 2
Jamieson. J. H Mar. 2
Mullen. H. E Mar. 2
Wheelan, R. E Mar. 3
Whiteman, Edina S. . . . Mar. 3
Grant, Louise P Mar. 14
Hoffman, CD Mar. 14
McCarthy. J. S Mar. 14
Geenzier, C. H Mar. 18
Belsted. Thomas Mar. 20
Herring. G. R Mar. 20
Hart. R. W Mar. 30
Bauer. R Apr. 1
Avery. C. F Apr. 2
Blair, F. W Apr. 9
Gurnctt. M. T Apr. 13
Heald. S. W Apr. 13
Maggard. L. B Apr. 22
Goddard. A.J Apr. 23
Mendoza. A. A Apr. 28
Finegan, John May 1
Kelly, J. F May 7
Geddes, C.J Mav 16
Paul, C. P May 16
Pierce. E. F May 24
Pierce, R. T. B May 24
Moore. Sidney May 25
Crutcher. J. E June 5
Grant. H. P June 6
Culbertson. M June 13
Moyer, R. N June 14
Blair, H.J June 19
Wilson, H. C June 22
Riddle, O. B July 6
Kane, George H July 7
Brosnahan. John July 9
Roos. N. L July 13
Klein. G. M July 17
Auerbach. H. B July 29
Dahl, Ole Aug. 5
Corbett. W. S Aug. 12
Davis. W. F Aug. 12
Guiney, James Aug. 14
Davis, W. S Aug. 15
Edwards, G. H Aug. 16
Reynolds, T. M Sept. 5
Sims, C. A Sept. 8
Egan. CM Sept. 11
Thornton, S. G Sept. 11
Blumer, J. G Sept. 15
Roberts, R. W Sept. 15
Busby, F. L Sept. 17
Ott. Claude Sept. 22
Miller, C. C Sept. 23
Hanrahan, T. J Sept. 24
LeMay, Lumena Sept. 28
Baughman. R. C Oct. 5
Snapp, C.J Oct. 8
Little, C. C Oct. 16
O'Keefe, T. F Oct. 16
Cooper, Arthur Oct. 21
Cook. Carl Nov. 1
Neece, V. A Nov. 9
Greenman, A. A Nov. 1 1
Beers. G. K Nov. 18
Akins. C. C Nov. 21
Kowalski, Max Dec. 1
Utley. A Dec. 1
Patterson, J. A Dec. 16
Moore. P. H Dec. 19
Johnson, M. W Dec. 20
Name. 1910. Bar Due.
Hoyt, P. G Jan. 4
Arthur, A Jan. 15
Miles, L. E Jan. 22
Bain, W. H Feb. 1
Thornton. E. B Feb. 1
Clisbee, F. A Feb. 13
Henderson, Percy H. . .Feb. 17
Walcott, W. E Feb. 23
Reynolds. F. N Feb. 26
Raymond, F Mar. 8
Nichols. W. C . . ." Mar. 1 1
McGillicuddy, J.J Mar. 16
Keeler, Thomas L Mar. 17
Butler, J. E Mar. 26
Berry, James Mar. 3 1
Baxter. H May 10
Mears. Frederick May 1 1
Boland. John May 15
Bryant, J. H May 21
Keefer, P. B May 31
Johnson, H. E June 15
Omeallia, Ruth June 19
Name. Bar due.
Cranberry, O. E June 19
Luce, R. H June 20
Fennell, B. M June 24
Roenspie, Fred June 24
Heath, W. H July 5
Luther. J. H July 15
Tinsley.E. C July 25
Hescher, C.F July 25
Moore, C, Jr Aug. 5
Kilgour, O. C Aug. 5
Jones, Kemp G Aug. 5
Lough. Matthew H. . . .Aug. 13
Hollowell. Fred Aug. 13
Doyle, J. P Aug. 18
Hiltabidle. Chas. T Aug. 20
Falkner. George E Aug. 24
Bliefield.W Aug. 27
Stewart, A. H Aug. 29
Bissell. Walter J Sept. 4
Orr. E. F Sept. 4
Gilmore. M. E Sept. 4
Clark, Michael A Sept. 13
Conner, Robert Sept. 14
Gifford. H. L Sept. 17
Collins. H. S Sept. 17
Babbitt, R. W Sept. 23
Nielsen, Christian L...Sept. 28
Walker, R. B Oct. 2
Kratz, A. B Oct. 2
Stuntz, H. L Oct. 3
Readle, William H Oct. 16
Moore. J. A Oct. 16
Spencer. A. E Oct. 23
Dawson, B.J Oct. 26
Carter, C. H Oct. 26
Strobridge. Fred L Nov. 4
McLean. Neil Nov. 6
Name. Bar due.
Goodenow, A. B Nov. 12
Renton, A. J Nov. 20
Johnson, A. S Nov. 20
Hunter, George Dec. 5
Lee. C. W Dec. 10
Raymond, Vincent. . . .Dec. 16
Zook, E Dec. 17
Second Service Bar.
Anderson, Henry May 4
Baker, P. G May 4
Belt, Josiah May 4
Bergin, R. W May 4
Brewer, W. T May 4
Chester. W. C May 4
Clark. T. H May 4
Davies, Thomas J May 4
Davis, John May 4
Gilbert, William May 4
Hoffman, A. C May 4
Hunt, J. St.C May 4
Jussen, A. S May 4
Kallish, B. A May 4
Leeds, E. W May 4
Northrop. C. W May 4
Schuber. J. B May 4
Wardlaw, R. H May 4
Warren. J. C May 4
Wilson, George F May 4
Nunn, Numa July 1
Davidson, Silas July 5
Ruggles, George H. . . .Sept. 20
Griggs, A. C Sept. 27
Angel. J. C Nov. 1
Laughlin, R. E Nov. 28
Bleakley, C.L Dec. 6
May 17, 1911.
THE CANAL RECORD
P. R. R. INSURANCE.
No Policies will be Carried Hereafter Covering
Fire or Marine Losses.
The Sundry Civil Act of March 4, 1911,
contained a provision that, "Hereafter, the
Panama Railroad Company shall carry no
insurance to cover marine or fire losses, nor
make any further payment on the principal
or interest on notes heretofore given by it
to the United States for moneys appropri-
ated for its use."
This law supersedes that of the Acts of 190S,
1909, and 1910, which provides that appro-
priations for Canal work might be used to
reimburse the Panama railroad, for any ma-
rine and fire losses, and that the railroad com-
pany should no longer carry insurance. Under
the new law, the railroad will neither carry
insurance, nor be reimbursed for marine and
fire losses from Canal funds, the Govern-
ment policy of not carrying insurance, being
During the nine years and one month pre-
ceding July 1, 1908, the Panama Railroad
Company paid for insurance: On account of
the steamship line, aggregating $296,402.34;
and for the 25 months ending July, 1908,
premiums were paid on account of the rail-
road amounting to 848,529.20.
During this period underwriters reimbursed
for losses, as follows: On account of steamship
line $118,470.57; on account of the railroad
Motor Car Repair Shop at Culebra.
An addition will be made to the motor car
garage at Culebra, which will provide space
for the installation of a lathe and other
machinery for making ordinary repairs to
motor cars. Some of the equipment for this
purpose will be transferred from the Cocoli
shop of the Pacific Division, which was shut
down a short time ago. Three additional
tracks will also be provided, making four in
all, three of them to be used in housing the
motor cars, and the fourth as a repair track,
with a pit underneath. On the lower floor
of the building, as enlarged, there will be, in
addition to the track space and main repair
shop, a forge room, store room, and quarters
for three flagmen. On the second floor are
quarters for three motor car drivers. There
are six motor cars in the service of the Com-
mission, one in each of the three engineering
divisions, and three stationed at Culebra.
Postal Business and Canal Zone Revenues.
The report of the Director of Posts for the
month of April shows that 17,933 money
orders were issued, amounting to $450,472.57.
Of this amount, 8335,854.11 was issued paya-
ble in the United States, $113,893.76 payable
in the Canal Zone. 8565.70 in Martinique, and
$159 in Costa Rica. The fees collected
amounted to $1,976.87, and the amount paid
and repaid was $121,382.72.
Postal sales during the month amounted
to $6,051, and newspaper postage $0.10.
The revenue collections for the month were,
Distillation licenses $264.16
Insurance companies' fees 50.00
Motor vehicle licenses 37.00
Taxes, licenses, etc 10,399.48
Care of Disabled and Indigent Canal Workers.
The following bill has been introduced in
the House of Representatives by Representa-
tive G. W. Kipp of Pennsylvania, and has
been referred to the Committee on Interstate
and Foreign Commerce:
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the United States of Amer-
ica in Congress assembled, That on and after
July first, nineteen hundred and eleven, all
disabled or indigent employes of the United
States of America on the Panama Canal,
or works adjacent thereto, shall be admitted,
kept, and sustained by the United States of
America in the several soldiers' homes of
the United States, under such rules and regu-
lations as the Isthmian Canal Commission
Maj. E. Eveleth Winslow, Corps of Engi-
neers, U. S. A., arrived on the Isthmus on
the Panama on May 12, for consultation
regarding the fortifications of the Canal.
Lieut. Walter D.Smith left on the A neon,
on May 10, on his annual leave of absence
in the United States.
Mr. Homer A. A. Smith, who has been
appointed Examiner of Accounts, accompanied
by his family, will arrive on the Isthmus on
the Advance on May 19.
The Canal Zone Rifle Club met the Marine
Corps riflemen in a match on the range at
Gamboa on May 14, with the following result:
U. S. M. C, CAMP ELLIOTT.
Boyle.. . .
Cook. . .
CANAL ZONE RIFLE
Blaisdell . .
Pilots, Masters, Mates, and Engineers.
A meeting of the Board of Local Inspectors
will be held on Wednesday, May 24, at 8
a. m., at the Administration building, Ancon,
at which time applicants for licenses as pilots,
masters, mates, or engineers, who have sub-
mitted applications on the prescribed form,
may appear for examination.
Examination of Colored Teachers.
Colored teachers not holding exemption
certificates issued from this office, and all
others who desire, may sit at the examination
to be held on Saturday, June 10, 1911, at
the Ancon schoolbuilding. There will be
two sessions of this examination, the first
from 8 to 11.30 a. m., and the second from
1 until 4 p. m. The subjects will be United
States history', arithmetic, geography, gram-
mar and hygiene.
The examination is open to all, and no
application need be made to this office.
Frank A. Gause,
Superintendent of Schooh.
Ancon, C. Z., May 10, 1911.
The Hamburg-American Line announces a
special rate of $50 between New York and
Colon, for students under 20 years of age,
presenting a certificate from the principal
of the school which they are attending. The
reduced rate will be in effect from June 15 to
Imprisonment for Return After Deportation.
By virtue of the authority invested in me,
I hereby establish the following Order for
the Canal Zone:
Article 1. If any person after having been
convicted and having served a sentence of
imprisonment in the Canal Zone, and after
being deported therefrom, returns to the Canal
Zone, he shall be deemed guilty of a felony
and punished by imprisonment in the peniten-
tiary for one year, and thereafter removed
from the Canal Zone in accordance with the
laws and orders relating to deportation.
Article 2. This order shall take effect from
and after this date. Wm. H. Taft.
The White House, May 2, 1911.
United Spanish War Veterans.
The next regular meeting of Col. Wm. L.
Sibert Camp, No. 1, U. S. W. V., will be held
in Gatun lodge hall on Sunday afternoon,
May 28. All veterans are invited to attend.
All men eligible to membership in the U. S.
W. V. are invited to a "smoker" to be held in
Gatun lodge hall on Saturday evening, May
20, under the auspices of Sibert and Chagres
camps. Refreshments will be served.
A statement of the rock crushed at Ancon
quarry during the week ending May 13, fol-
May 13 . .
Total . .
Porto Bello Crusher.
A statement of the work done at Porto
Bello crusher, by days, for the week ending
May 13, follows:
Total . . .
James B. Harlow, an employe of the Atlan-
tic Division residing at Panama, died in
Ancon Hospital on May 12. He was 36
years of age, and had been on the Isthmus
five years, coming here from New York.
He is survived by his wife.
William A. Skipper, an employe of the Pan-
ama railroad, died at the dispensary at Monte
Lirio on May 11. He was 41 years of age,
and had been on the Isthmus 15 years,
coming here from Russ, Texas. He is sur-
vived by his wife, Catherine Skipper, living
at Tabernilla, C. Z.
Any one having information regarding the
whereabouts of Edward Barclay, who is
supposed to be on the Isthmus of Panama, is
requested to communicate with W. M. Dun-
can of Russellville. Ky.
THE CANAL RECORD
Vol. IV., No. 38.
Activities of the Young Men's Christian Asso-
The next entertainment to be given in the clubhouses
will be that of Professer Erneste Kellermann, by the
Hill Magical Company. Professor Kellermann has a
complete outfit for his work valued at several hundred
dollars. He performs mostly with apparatus, and the
entertainment is. therefore, spectacular. The following
dates have been arranged: Gatun, Monday, May 22;
Gorgona, Friday, May 26; Cristobal, Tuesday, May
30; Empire, Wednesday, June 7; Corozal, Friday;
June 16; Culebra, Thursday, June 22.
The Culebra indoor baseball team defeated the local
team on Saturday night, May 13, by the score of 18
The Culebra boys played baseball with the Corozal
boys on Saturday morning, and Culebra won.
At the concert on Sunday evening, a chorus of 16
voices assisted in catryim; out the following
program: Introduction, orchestra; song. "Holy,
Holy, Holy," congregation; Bible reading and prayer,
the Rev. A. A. Nellis; "Unfold the Portals"
(Redemption, by Gounod.) Corozal chorus; address,
the Rev. A. A. Nellis; tenor solo, "Rock of Ages,"
(H. Johnson,) Mr. Kramer, violin obligato. Miss
LeMay; "Holy Art Thou" (Largo, Xesxes) "Ninety
and Nine." (Campion.) Mrs. Boyd; "The Heavens
Are Telling." (Creation.) Corozal chorus; "My
Country 'Tis of Thee." congregation. Those taking
part in the concert were; Soprano soloist, Mrs.
A. P. Boyd; pianists. Mrs. A. G. Farmer, and Mrs. R.
C. Hinton; tenor soloist, G. R. D. Kramer. Jr.; violin-
ist. Miss L. LeMay; tenors, F. J. Wallace, A. R. Smith,
A. Sales, G. R. D. Kramer, Jr.; sopranos, Mrs. A. P.
Boyd. Mrs. R. A. Bennett, Mrs. V. T. Cornwell, Mrs.
R. C. Hinton; basses. H. O. Cole, W. R. Catline, A. S.
Garrison, R. A. Wilson, F. H. Nagle; altos, Mrs. R.
Norton, Mrs. H. E. Walton, Miss A. Mostella, Miss
L. LeMay; musical director. G. R. D. Kramer, Jr.
In the bowling match last Saturday night, Cristo-
bal took three straight games from Culebra. The
Barrett 79 101 110
Rosteck 82 90 93
Furlong 106 94 102
Herrington.. 113 81 95
Louch 77 81 109
Mengel .... 86
Total 457 447 509 Total ... 443 439 459
A gymnasium class for men will be started next week,
meeting on Monday and Thursday afternoons from
5. 15 to 5.45. Systematic exercise of a recreative nature
will govern the work and special stress will be laid on
Empire took. two out of three duckpin games from
Gorgona on Saturday evening, May 13, by the fol-
Simka 80 87 84
Siebt 76 73 87
Atkins 78 70 81
Orr 76 82 105
R. Van.... 80 89...
Rodeghiero . . 92
Total 416 443 438 Total... 390 401 462
The following high scores were rolled in duckpins
during the past week: P. F. Brown, 112, 100; Nelson,
101; Lippert. 105. 100; Pinney, 103, 100, 107; Van
Brocklin, 104; Giavelli, 103; 105, 101. 102; Reiman,
107. 109; Gorham, 100, 103; Potter, 112, 103; Rode-
ghiero, 100; Akers. 104; Johnson, 110, 111; Parkis,
The following program was given in the hall on Friday
evening, May 12: Concert by Gilman's orchestra;
reading, O. Harlan; discussion of the Mexican
situation by Messrs. Zacharias and Simpson; and of
"The rise and growth of socialism," by Mr. Sawtelle;
The literary society is contemplating a debate by
the older school boys of Empire in the near future.
All the May records have been added to the grapha-
phone library. Among them is one of the song of a
captive nightingale, the first made of a bird's song.