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Image produced by the Library of Congress. Citations are generated automatically from bibliographic data as a convenience, and may not be complete or accurate. The Topeka state journal. Topeka, KSOct. Topeka, KS 14 Oct. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, www. s Next off. Issues Issue Next Issue. Hide Text. Compare our prices with others and be convinced that you are the gainer by doing so. Williams the Hero of a War Romance.

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Chicago, Oct. Formal announce ment was yesterday made of the en gagement of Miss Grace Yoe. Lucien O. Yoe of Dearborn avenue, to Lieuten ant Robert C. Williams of troop L,First United States cavalry. Miss Yoe is a popular society girl of the north side, and at Highland Park, her summer home, she is the acknowl edged leader of the younger social circles. She is a slender girl of 22, whose brown curls and deep gray eyes have long worked witchery among the Fort Sheridan soldiery.

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Lieutenant Wil liams, then a second lieutenant of troop C. At the opening of the war, when the officer rode to the front with his horse men, there was an informal engagement, to which perhaps is in ar measure due the lieutenant's unusual bravery and its happy. Be that as it may, the second lieu tenant of troop C was ever in the front at the fight of San Juan hill, and his perfect fearlessness and his splendid management of the men were subjects of general remark.

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When his troop landed at Montauk there was awaiting him a first lieutenancy in the Seventh cavalry. It was by special request that he was transferred from the Seventh to the First and stationed with troop L at Fort Riley, Kansas. The cause for such a request was not that Lieutenant Wil liams feared the return to the islands which his connection with the Seventh would bring him, but that he has a ro mantic and deep-rooted affection for the First.

His father. General Williams, a retired army officer, now living at Washington, was for many years the colonel of the First, and the younger man was born in a western army popt, where the regiment was stationed. He was the baby of the First until he had grown to manhood, and many childish stories of the barracks still cling- to him.

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When he received his civilian appoint ment in ISM. At Fort Leavenworth in 1M5 he was gradu ated "from the infantry and cavalry school, which is open to army officers only. His one year at West Point was served in lR-fc. From Fort Leavenworth upon his gradu ation he was transferred to Fort Riley, where he is again stationed.

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While a man of 35 who is well seasoned in the life of army post and camp, he is as physlcallv perfect a soldier as ever wore the straps. The story of his bravery is never heard from his lips, but from the comrades who stood in battle beside him and the soldiers who fought under his command. He has very little to say of the war. Army service has not made of him a braggart, but a soldier to whom his nation's secret is as sacred as his own.

Lieutenant Williams is spending the month of October, which constitutes the last half of his leave, at Fort Sheridan. He is packing his belonerings for Fort Riley, and if his horse and his uniform are oftener seen Highland Park than at the barracks, three miles north, that is probably the most serious result of the packing. In November the lieutenant will nis troop in Kansas. No definite arrangements for the wed ding have been made, although it has been determined that it is not to be celebrated this year. Washington, Oct. Secretary Long has referred the report of Lieut.

Knapp, regarding alleged violations of the civil service law by League Island Philadel phia navy yard officials, to Judge Ad vocate General Lemly for his opinion as to what action should be taken Sec retary Long declines to discuss the mat ter until it had been reviewed by the judge advocate general.

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Reports were made to th. It was also charged that certain officers had appro priated to their own use emergency stores. The Judge advocate Is expect ed to render an opinion stating whether or not the officers should be tried by court martial. The officials of the de partment do not attach much import ance to the matter. The charges relate to civilian employ es to a very large degree. It was al leged that through political influence a lot of ward heelers got the run of the yard, and that there had been a dupli cation of pay rolls, the payment of men for time when not employed, and other frauds of that sort.

It was said that during the rush work in connection with the war there was a great deal of fraud. Eleven motormen from Wichita went to Waco, Texas, to relieve the strikers there. They have returned with the story that the Waco people received them with open arms, told the strikers' side of the story, gave them money to pay their fares home and that advanced by the street car company to take them there. The whole city of Waco seems behind the strikers and the Wichita men were conquered by the generous treatment given them.

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