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going to recognize him a? 'he ."B41
leader of the nnti rritied Democracy if
New Y?.rk whoa the f??i< ral ***atroaage
waH handed out. hut Mr. Wilson ?raa
loo busy to talk ??ol'ticH. and made an
appointment to meet Mr. 1 ulzer OB
wniiani v M-cCoaahe, chslnnan pi
the Dfmocratlc National <"ommi:??''.
and William <?. HcA4oO, the coming
Dei IBlarji Ot tl'?- Ti-awnv, also pa'l
their respecte, Mr. IfcCoanba ha? .
?mite on Ihe !irs! fifior of the Short'ur.i I,
und wsa kept busy ?i g<Kid palt of .i"
gay cosatorring with polltlclsna ?.
i*r?oter or leas degree.
At a Family Dinner.
Preenient-'I'-ct .mil Mrs. WfleOO Ulsl
their rhree daughter? leti the hotel t
.".?:>?? o lock and went t" Ihe White
Ho is? rot .. , all "ii the President un 1
Mis Taft. Thej returned t<? the hotel
a little before 7 o'clock aad 44.-re ih
gnesta of Mr. WTllson'a rjoualn, John
Wilson, at a dinner In honor of '.lie
gathering of the Wilson clan. Aiio.it
thirty-five relatives by blood and m.ir
riaff "t" Ihe rn sid.-ni-<?!?. ? and Mr?,
W\ -on *.. do'.4ii to th<- dinner.
There a as teai drop in the eye nf
tin- Pr?ael?ieBt-elect ;?s he left Pria ?? ?">
ai il;'?'J o'clock thia forenoon. Hun?
dred! ??i ???i friends and acqvsintance?
were crowded ai'uvit tin- station to ??i?'
him fail 44SII. and se eral hSadred all?
dents arho left for *h<- inauguration <??
i later train enlivened the ?proceedlr.ga
bj giving the college jrall and einging
.?id PrlBceton tongs, Mr. Wilson Join ;
.n singing some "f then as he stood ?*..
tht ptatferm ?i in- car l-oohtng out w.
ih? group of Btiulonta.
a; th?- ?nu of an i-x? eedinglj a
... ..mut:-.? ' i,? i.? ighlnglj remark' i:
1 4- is h i could give as good a .heir m
Th.- im.?idi-i,i-i-;.-.x stood ?-n the rear
platform ?< th.- tram as it left th?- sta?
tion, waving his tup hai. about which
ic 4\.is to fond of Joking, in farewell '?"
the crowd, which had been augment '
by .in- 1 -,,| ils of the t ill-- siiiuuis. As
the last -ira.ns nt" "Ooodby, ??id Nas?
eau." died away Mr. Wilaon walked ul
emnl) ??? ??is Beat. H? soon after **?
i?r. .-??< ?I himself 1- delighted trltb "1
end-ofl ais friends and neighbor! Bad
?t4 ? n ti? him.
On the Trip from Princeton.
The Wilson ran?, on ih?- tram ron
-.-i-.i of Mrs. Wileofl and her '.hr
daughters, profeosor Stockton Ass.,-..
MlB. Wilsi.n's '?richer: Mrs. H ijeti
WoodroB Bones, the PreaMent-eleci's
? ouain; Mrs. Vnnle Home, bia -.-'
?Mr.-. renia Cochran, lira Horn
? ,hughtir; iitt!. Josephine Cochra:i th?
prt-sident?< It ct'a favorite niece an 1
Colonel Thomas H. Birch, Mr. Wilson'?
Little Joeei bine and her mother and
aunt boarded the tram at West Phila?
delphia, ala] 4- ii*!i tile Child 4vas CIT
iled Into the private car by the ne?r?>
"mammy" Mr. Wilson took her it
Otace iut" his arms and plant? d a bfg
kiss on bet cheek.
Mr. Wilaon sat in the rear parlor v.ar
Britn hla family, chatting most of the
tit,.' with hla fri. nds. Colonel Thome.?
it. Birch, Personal aM to Mr. Wahroa
a* (iovotOOt ?'f Kew Jersey, arpeare i
for the Brat time m gold hraid uAlform,
It waa one of the tare occasions when
Mr. Wilson 44 a? accompanied by ;i uni?
formed aid. and he was com.-what '.*j
sat y ov< r it. ?
Wh?'n his chief came into the sm?->i.
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Till- PRESIDENT-ELECT'S SEVt Top n vi.
Snapshot of Woodrow Wilson prepared for his cntr\ into
?ng niai urtment tii.lonel roa? re
Don'l al 'ii that," laughed Mr. Wil?
aon, g.i naturedly. "I'm nobo :
The Wilaon | ? ?: Ij alt in? hi "ii .1. h
regular dining ? ai ? to '?'
train, and -t was here il.'.?t 1!" 1 ?' ir?
mfatreea of the Whit? Hou ?? ?jtav? an
example of i"??i democracy. When his
had taken her ?leal ??i the table w?ih
th.' Preaklent-e.eci ??h.. i<n?k??i bi*o .. .
Inquiringly, ??n?i finall] called t" on? of
the stun? nt committee in ? barge ?>f lb?
?train: "Where** Anna and m i? -
Th'-s? were the two maids whom Mrs,
Wilaon brought lo Waahlngton with
her, and sh<- Inalated that th? ?
found and broughl in'" the dining ? .r
with the rest <>f th?- Wilaon ?party.
Mr. Wilaon predicted clear weather
for the inauguration to-morrow. il"
wai aura <?f 11, ;<"?. becauae h's reaor
str?.p araa an infallible sign, and ac?
cording to that uaeful ?Jnatrumenl th*
sun was going to shin?- here t?t>-mol'?
"You see." Mr. WUaou Bald, "11 ... ?
.1 caavaa back, When there i- moist?
ure in th<? air this becomes taut, .
when ?unshino 1-- ahead it la aofl m.
looaa To-?iay it way in the latter con?
William .1. Bryan wai a "participant
in th?- pre-lnaugural feativitiea to-night
and ?greeted hundred* of i?<ni?.< rat?
from all aeotloaa <.t" the country at an
Informal r?<epti?.>ii in his hot?*] quartan.
While the Preatdent-elect, in an up?
per room, under the .same roof, wga
shaklriR bands with hi- ?.Id college
(hums from Princeton, the futur?? But
retary of State WM th?? in Ipleni "?
eountieps congratulationa, bul ni
cm" di?l be say mor?' than "Thank
yo'i" when h<- was addt?ss?'d ?ih the
"S?cr?tai ? of stale."
in ?ii the hotels Impromptu speech? -
by prominent [)emocratfl were made i?>
j the Clamoring Crowdo, \\'hr?n the h.ists
I of Tammany arrive?! from New York
? Peni ' Ivanla avenue waa turned into a
riot ??i not?e and ? nthuaiaem. Charlea
F Murph) and hi? < oborts ? ante In
??even special tra?na, all ol which er?
?. . ,i i.? fore 10 ?.? !... k
Tin- President-elect, In hia trip from
his hotel to the Prli* etoii "amok? ?.
dii*i ? n tin"'...'!! ?treei - | a? ked
? - ?uni-. \\ hen ha left
Un- ?ni.mm. ??ii..11. 1?? o'??'?? k*. In- ip
Itearanee w..s igain the signal fot tu?
rn iltuou ? h? ? i lit.
Mr, \\ Hi '?:. h .'- iv?-i-\ ? ?i a fei
? o-iii'irr.'T?. ,:i h hi? h to ?greet
mw.sp.it" i i.i u of i he ' "iinti y \t ;?
? ' ?So? k In ? !.? morning h< will ?receive
iii.-in .?! ms hotal.
The l'r?M?l? m-?I?-? i nil! r?re lv? ? i
ii augural ? ommitt*?? ol Co gr<
Senators era . Overman ??i ?I Bacon
IJ? i.r?s.iii.i?,\,s McKinley, Rnckei
und ? ::?rr? II trig] .-r..ri^ Im
ii;:?? a m., w?in the Vlce?>Preeident?
? ?I? ?i. t.? ?I... Whit? House I'???:-(<!?? i
'i' ? ? will a wall ? em. and oon the It -
augural part] ?ill i"??\i |he White
11? use for the ? 'apitol,
r ? '? o- ral IV.I. < ':..? I ?St
? n ? ..i o . mid itaff " i!' pr?- ? d< the
pa 11 ?? i. th? in igh Penne* !-? ?? i
nue !" ? '.h Itol Hill, th? Preatdeni -
? !.. . ttended b th? i - ?
Troop, "f New ,i?i?? . and Mr. Mar?
; ?hall by ihe Black Hors? , n op : Cul?
. \ ? ? \i ad? mj. Indiana,
? ? i? ?i ? ? ? th? s? li.'t? ih<- ii -
augura tlon ol th? V*lce-Pr?taldenl ?
? i tina i" ??! ? ??? K? a ton ? di bo?
i; ? prompt!? i. in?.o. witness? ?.
? '? mi.i ? ?--. m- n h? ?.- ?.i i ii? new t ?;,!.
i ?liplomata "i all nation . justices ??!' the
Supreme Court and the elect <>f every
..' ih" '.i-t front
. ?.f ih. ? -pit..? ?!?. induction into ?.ftl i
1 ?.f Woodro? Wilaon.
*? it? i ?the ii. a ?Presiden! haa deliver?**?*!
Ihia address, th.. inaugural p.?r.??i" win
.?ii- i' through the sir,.? i? to tli"
: White lions... mi Tafl ??ill tide n lih
? the i. " i'.' i -i.i. bidding him rai -
well i* -"" i ai th? ?? ?reach the ? nd of
? |. journey.
Phi p iradr a 111 halt -? hlli the Pit :
dential part* la al luncheon, to proceed
again through th? Ctiurt of Honor,
, v !.. n lb? Pre* Idet I ?? nd Vice- Presltl? ni
; r> ?.ili ti:? :?'T lowing stand, about
! o'clock, Bj '? " i" k the Inauguratln
?of U'. "dr. ?< Wilaon will have been hi -
Representatives Merry or Sad at Wind-up of
the Session?"Uncle Joe Dodges
Demonstration From Galleries.
Tien The Till BBS Burest* ;
Washington, Marca i Watting foi ? o? -
I (Bresca report*-, ti?- Henee artillad aera]
i the hour.? to-nlghl in tin r-ensidcratloa
I of routine bi'ls and la staging demoa?
I stratlon? to loadetS, "lam?.? ducks'- BBd
I other "k?"."I fellow*."
I "?sele Joe" Cannon; Repreatntstivi
William lt. Wilson, who la to go Into the
IWilson CaMasti Isaaraasntatlvc Lain,'.
the retiring ehatrntaa or the Cssaniittea
or? Agriculture. an<i RcaroeeB'tatreo Mean,
the minority (eager, rscelv?*?d c.-ati'ms
The eaSSTged galleries. which w.-r??
packed almost to suffocation, jolne?! In
the ?pirlt ?if tlie affair, ami tin neai -fln.il
scenes Were typical of the la.'k ?.f r?
stralnt Which generally mark* a House
arlnd-op. The Henee ?an In reces? from
i ?; t?i f oviook. at whsah hour it bagas Its
lail-nlglit grind, .lust a?? the receaa ea?
[pired "l'n?-l?' .loe" ?'annon happened to
?.??troll ?mo the ehaaaher. a <<>t<rn- la ooe
'of the uaiieri???? recogBhwd hint Bud
started a cheat.
The app la as? bWobI "\?t the satire gal*
let ?paee Bad was tesen up as tii* Boni
below. "Uncle Jos" was completely
taken l?a?-k i?y the ini|?i?mipt . il?(ii"ii
utiatlon. an?l the BpOB>tO-be "IBBM duck"
? hobbled i-onfud'-'ily hack into the - kB*
| Later ?tin the evening, during a re eaa
I arranged especially i"i the cereeway,
I Mr. Ceases', aa behalf at the minority
I in sib bare, aresssted to the minority
I leaiier a i aniisome K"i<i watch, The pr?s*
leatsttsa teaa a eaasplete ?urprlse to Mr.
"i'tn-1. Jes" toi'i the House what *
goo?! fellow lb? Bliaertty le.i'lt-r is. eyen
i if be 'SSee object ersry i?v\ minutes to
?omebod; s pel MIL and Mr. Mann ?am?
] bach 44lth a i-liiirai-terlstt? ClOBB of**th< -
I as?elos talk Thea the 11??-?^ ? atsrted ap
1 i he 4?. heeia of leglelanoB.
The miiioiity Btenbera "chipped 1b'
?everal du?.* age for a watch to ha giren
t;,.- minority leader, asd the retiring < x-j
Bpeaker Ht? aelecl?*d t ? ? mak?- the pn-s^n
ta?OS epSSCh, thu- affording Mr. i'annun
i opportunity foi ?m Incidental farewell, j
loin, entative John ?Lamb, the retaran
member from Virginia ? calved ?? "aeno
off," too. w m? n Mi Lamb moved le take
I up ih?? conference report on the agrieoll
[ irslblll- Lis last motion Mr. Mana halted
proceeding? i?>n?: ? nbugh t?i eapras* tb*
1 ?regret <?r ?the m?",l" at the *ta**flni ol
ICaptain I.inn1' The minority leader d<
acribad tli?' Vlrg niait ?>- one of the beat
i,. >,\. .1 men In lb* Hooaa
Mi. Lamb one ol the ttw Democrats
I who mal defeat in the i.'ist campaign,
.chirked up and replied with ,jtfii?uit?.
Tear* erese la Ida eyea hs h? yi.i.i.ii Mm
Boor to anotbtnr to debate the agrtcult?!
liraJ appropriiilinii I ||
Th* moo'i of Uu- Houae was ehanged,
however, when ?Repreaentatlv* William
B Wilaon, ?uns?- a tew minute* later to
i:?ik on the seamen'? Mil, which came
over with ?Satiate aniendmenta ??mi w.is;
spproved Mi Wilaon waa ?i feated al o,
bul hi- is slated le bead ti.? new Depart? !
ment of ?Labor
Republicana and Dem?crata Joined In
btMateroaa ?applaus? for lb? ?Pannaylva
alan, and b? prettmdad i "i t" know ?tint
h ara? all alwut Th? r?b?s?i1ng waa i"i
lo Mr. Redfleld, "f N? \. fork, who baa
also i?,?' n picked for .? t'ablnet plum Vs
ti,. midnight hour approached the Houe,
?rua still expecting conference report* on
several ?>i In? l..? ??;?-?t appropriation bill*
*) in legislative, Indian, ?undo civil, naval
and general deficlencj budgets were In
utsagreement, and the deadlock* on th?
legislative iiii'l ?nival hill? \\< ?-?? serious
The public building? bill, which lias beca
ir ?sonferenre f??? ?laya ";<* still a bone
of bitter contention i?tw.?n H<t>u*e and
s? n.iii- managt re
i,,",rk"< i? i - .u un- House wing of tin
Capitol ?ai th?? bava H-i?i ijni aaea ?uch
trrowd? ?.s t ios? whleh lammed th?' ?<>r
rldor? and Bought entra?o? t.. ti"' Kul?
lerte? lo-nlght. ?3ov?jrnor Dunne ?>f lili-!
noli we? "ii?- "f th> unfortunate one? n'ho ?
came late. He > t..... i on the outeid? ?peep?
lag In for ?i half i?? ?m-. until Ui? ehlel :
,',.,?, ..?ii,r finalls iM*dg?KJ him into one of |
the galleries. i
Priende of s?i..ti?.i? and member? ol
Congress presented entrance card? at
.ever) gallery door and were told that the
pasteboards were ?ill light bul w?sr? not
KO...I for ?admission, ?Impl) becaua? there
TTBs not ro??m for 00? morf.
K?N AS PB?
"The Times" Thinks His Simple
Honesty in Affairs Will Win
Him Wide Support.
BRYAN MAY DWARF HIM
Thus Thinks '"The Daify Ex
prers." Which Taues Issue
with Secretary of State's
'!?? Csl :.,. ?, ; , . I
Londirn. Man h ? Bdltorlala on the
Inauguration ? Woodroa Wilson ap?
pear In ,, nui il. ?? i ? ? -; ipera to- ,
? The Times" ?ajr : "Both Preni?
dent and part) ?.ill at once go upoi
ti lal and he tjbj? et to u < n and - on- I
tlnuoua crjt|ctam, Bherpened bj tl.
Donnai unreal in American pol?tica,
sad the universal convl? lion thst
gi i cl ang, a are Imperative!) r? -
quired Tin Preeld? nt and 'lo- i ai u
? ?ii be . titi'-i-?. .i tog? ther, bal al? i
sin?;))'. Mi Wilson BUM.!-? to a peel?
lion ol personal power and Influence?
such ai few conetltutionsl monsrcha|
enjo) He baa deflned blmeelf as i |
progreaslve a-ho It also .-i conatructive. I
one who d?**ea not hellere In Iha tabula I
raeu and a*ho ?i.?t?i that ever) necea-I
asr) Improvement can be msde sltl -
out subverting everything i" lia font - i
dations, a.-- tin? rece?? political i a
?it.-,m nt gives place t?? more reasoned
\ lew?, and t" .i i?-, i er sen.: to??
???lit:.- nf simple honesty in affairs, it ?h
i??; alble Hat ? m h an attltnde will ? In
larger support than tin- distracted coo
ditlona ?i parties might lesd na ?<? th?
?*"lli? ? : !?? . v ! ct.
"Grotesque," but Dignifisd.
Th? M.'tn.i -a W hi" atti mpta t" cast
rldlcuk upon the cereroon) ??:' the In?
auguratlon by describing it sa gro?
i ? ae B*ell aa dignified, ami com* I
paring It unfavorably slth London's!
' >?' M. ..i ? shoa i' then sa;.-.
1 ?? ?.'??? rai \ la not an ? aa) i"??< it to I
?."?. and Mr Wilson, are fesr, will toon
'i I ?? that ?li-c.ivery, if be ha? n,,t el?
ri'ud) made it. All the world 4\?n wtan
Ii Wllsci ell. He la a ma ol Ri
tei nnd loft) Id? i He ha?
? at he bsa ourage, that h?* !
. to th? ?tat? i" ? . ?
?oi il ends, thst i a \ en high
4 eptioi of his dut) and "i the a o? k i
:? -i.i? ?. of hin il? ? ornea t" the
: '? physically and mentally
sound, ?hen (be old day? are ovei ami ;
a new era is approaching. U'.th theo-I
i ? ? illy and pi u ticall] he has b? en
if '?in- .1 In ?tatesmai ? hip. -.flat
? ? I d. ??!' si u?I \ in tin -'..? i. ? "i gOI
??i '.ii.'-r.t ! ?? " .,- k, pportuolt)
t.. apply ins theorlei aud t.. prove that
n man of iffafa - ?ettei l - ? Ina
been .i ?tnd? nt P? ?? ktni i can Preai- :
? h ii - have -1..?!? ?i offl ?
cquipi ? ?i. fe* hat ?? mai
Bcultl a '
"The I >.i..' ' '1.i-?!.* .?
? To-d i) th- l*i ted State . a ith the
con Ing t? Whit) I louse of Wood?
: Wilson. ..?. cm ha ? 11 .??.?'! !??? a
era, Mi *?? llsoi. i ? 11 as* tit? the ;
ipii it \ laiblc In more than one ]
country? ln" nowhen bo t-learl) aa In
America. He ahould leave in-? name
..id ".?ri< deeply Impressed In the hlr
t ? >r> ol his countr) The progressive
-.?"rid looka for much from him, and
America, tired <d hapbasanl attsmpla
at the reform of her many evils, and of
t] ? abnoel on? he? ked access of t si -
i-...' anti-national Individualism, eager
i- ,it tl< ii?;-*? i a fairer and Juat? r order
,,f ihli ?? ?? undci hi ??? Is and glfti d ;
An Epoch Makinq Crisis.
Th? i ?ally Sea ?" aa) s :
"The finan? lal crisis of 1007 msrka :
an epo h I ? the political edu? itlon of ;
the Anieti' a.n people i' cliBChed the
.-.-??'i that the atste must abaadon the
pure!) in-iutrni attitude and Intervene
directly lo save the remnant? of social i
Justice. That grave taek fails to,
Woodroa Wllaon, for his predaceaaon ;
took it In hand. Mi. TSfl had not the
strength or Iha linsgtnatlon, and Colo? i
m i Roosevctt wss ?? >melodrainstlc
j'oliti' ian, who talked much and did
nothing. Whatever plBBS Mr. Wilson
has in mind, i"' will betcompelled tu
move away from the traditional Demo?
cratic doctrine of state rtghtB. Only
reinforced federal power can have the
strength und authority to deal with the
SBtl-SOl ill for? ?? S Whk h arc I o-e.;t? n- j
aive with the commonweslth."
"Tin Dsll) Express" say.-:
? William .1 Brysn la ? great and re? i
doubtable ligure, ?trhlle Mr Wllaoa'a
past career acarcely promises that the
nea President will not be dwarfed by
the old Democratic candidate for Iha
Presidency. In the circumstances Mr. I
Bryan's point of slow takes oo mtr-r
nstiona] Interest and Importance.*'
? The Daily Espesas" then gsea on to
rein t'i Mr. Htyan's disarmament
speech at Raleigh and saya: "if h<? is
really oaal le to tindetrstand thai ?t la
Impossible for a great nation to aook
and Insure II b) cutting doom Its sr? ;
mnmenta iti the armed camp of the na?
liona his influence most be dangerous I
t.. th ? poeitlon of Hie united States."
"The/1 ?nil) Oraphk ' aa) a: i
"Woodme, Wilson lias Impressed the
Angio-Hasofl race of both th?- bob and
th? old teorida wuh his aterilng hon?
eaty. That is 'he quality above .?tl
othcra which democracies need, and!
Americana moat be oongratolsted upon
having found such a man for chief
WILSON'S LAST DAY
AS PRIVATE CITIZEN
Left Princeton at 11:02 a. m.
Arrived at Washinqton at 3:46
Met by recaption committee snd
escorted to hotel.
Called on President Taft in
WiYte House at 6 o'clock.
Took dinner in hotel with about
thirty-five relatives by blood and
Attended smoker in his honor
given by Princeton alumni.
/ ' d ?' I ? ?\ ?, S \
?iS-?^- - ' - -
m,S, ? 1 -;- ???? *j*?|3 ^?iMM^l^
Miss Snow awaits
No special dattes
But every day
A new delight
For those whose flight
Lies o'er the Road
,***?_ _--*i ?I, ?_???-?MM?
Seven Trainloads Reach th?
Capital Without One Car of
EVEN POKER FROWNED Or.
And While All Washington Turni
Out, Expecting to See High
Jinks, the Fifteen Hun?
Washington, March : Tamtnanj, Hal
.? here, For in. Ural - m* m tarent]
-. ant i tha ancient on ration ??f St t
to :? ' ." s going ' ? liav? th? oppo
t' mil i" -? ? ti.i u t|o , Into ??ft!- ?? "
.1 |),.|.l... .,? I' ,|. |!?
Bui T immai ) be Ii kn a*n, I aol '"? -
with rloto " "? ?i the ?"?? maioi 'n
i ...;,.i ! ...i of braves who arr(t
tb ipil ?! to-ntghl in ?seven
- ?'? ?? ? r. form .?'in Inls
Irai i Ined in t"?
.;? i ?..' reform '???? ? 1 ':??? ant ??:
? ? ? ? 1 frowned
? ? ? waa ??? 1 augg? -t.?.:. ..
1 ???!?- 1 .,i bat.? bat ti v.-? ut
rammanj iketa. II tVaahlngton and
?t? ?aaaambtuad gneeta exp-Ktad an* ?Kelt?
Ing ?tunta front ?!.. Tamtnanj dalei it
it.?: wtfre ini-tak.n 'i' ?? fifteen hundred
??? .-<> Tamtmanyttc* luletly arenl t.? their
? alela ..!..! ?jedgli t place) They wei
n ? \1drnce to-night
1 art? - I'. Mum. ? \t : .? came down
? ? .1 :<???',U? .r.. 11 a '
?-.????-.? of Tan-,.. .11 ? Hall, la staying
?? the na!? 1?r*i Hotel, which .s t.> l..- the
Tamman; headiuartera, but ha 11
around to-nlgbt Many persona wi., \?.-1 ?
to this 1 i,i, ] t0 c,.f ;l !,?,;< Ht t . "... 1
boss" and tl e Tamil an] '?:..
ap| .'i- ted
Recalled Formar Trip.
Tammany seni tlowa u larger
?i?:. 11? ??? 1 ? ?,-.. : gg ? lian ? '!? r? land
?.,??.; 1 . ? cond time.
? i ? ? ?' 1I10M m t ? pn ? t.t pai
? .-ii TI '?-. apt i.' mtii ii ??: tit?
. oming "??? ? spinning yaiim about I ?
terrible stort I aoa ntared 1 an
\ ? . . .' ; arty dk >i 'm r ??? ?
:i ?? result ?<'? ? ?rposin??
i' ears pnsi Tai rtuu 1 ta have
Iwa . ???'?..",? Ii !ii| iid : ??
i< nt. Thla ? eat, howevei ll
went ??'ii that tin Tammany man muat
be good ? me ; *w .?ii l?\ ? n ???
, it? ' .1. Pullman ? ' ?m
iaii\ would ii"? allow lea to j" carried
?i, 1 ? ' ii 1 1 loa>?? ? 1. It waa
that ihe leader* frowned when one or
two of the party produced bottle? of rye
and ?Scot? h Thej were quickly pul 11
Ton " :'.... ' formar Bberlfl and leader
i the M .aeembly 1 Istrlct, v\.i- in
i-liHr?.? of tli?' H.iltittii.i?? A ??hi?) truin
tahleb carried Ilia man from ti"- ?Baal
Bide diatricte. In paal yeara the mon
fiuhi the Baal Mda, the stamping ground
of the ?Bnlllvana, bava always baan for?
nio.Nt m the gaaeral frolicking. Tha d?l??
gation thla year, which Included Iba men
from Hi" let, M, M, Ith, ?Ith, \<nh ; ad
..'.ih Diatrlcts, might bava i??-?'ii taken foi
del?gate? to .? banket**** conference. <?n
all it.? train there were only m nty
caaea of ?beer, ?and moat ol that waa In?
ta 1 ni the baggage ,,:ir when tin* train
it? i? ii'-'i Waahlngton. There were .1 fan
game ??i poker, but tbt stake* wer*
small. Sheriff Poley s? t ;? k????! aaampla
by ?pin] in? pin?" hie.
Hat Still ?n th* Ring.
??Charlie'' irblte, Um genial **e**?gennt-at"
ana* ol tha ?Daaaocratle ?State Coaatnlttaa,
win???? horn?' la in Um 4ii? i'istri't. ?brought
arlth bin * relic ?u twenty yeara ?ago,
wti'ii Cleveland ama inaugurated ha
?iiiiikIi? h silk hat. it baa ?ion?- yaaman
eervlee alnca at weddtog* an?i funerala
beyond number. "Charlie" ha? had it ro>
i i?i?'koii and aaya it is "a regular n?i"
Th? only arrian a* t<> dreaa which ware
laaued bj Um "viiief" wara thai every
man BhOUHl baV* a ?ill, hat and gray
glovea When Um man i.oanixi ?their
train* In Naw fork thcra wara only a
law '"top i!?i?" in ext?enct. ??n Um amy
doarn, however, ana after anofebar pro
duced n small round bundle. And. io and
behold, be would Maaaani out with u
per feo Uy ko?hi ahlny ion bat In 11. ? -
twlnkllm; ??I an eye.
"jiiiimi??" Dtwar ama ana ?>f Um Salo?
gatlon from 1'oley's district. Ills i?res
eno* was an ?\i?i?mca that Um feud that
??xl.st???l between th.. Dlvvt-rs and UM
?7otaya for liftaea yaara hau pnaasat.
Tarants yeara ai*o Um llaeand was tb*
Intimer district, havlm? east tin? inont
\??t^s of any a?atrial la the city tue
<"l? -velan,I. It* dal Ogata* wanted to carry
th- Am?'il?\iii ?Sag Which was pi???, nted to
UmcB by Ith'har?! ?'rok?r at that time.
?But It ha? UM nanu? of UM ?llstilit tn
icribed on h. and Um law now twttoSSs Um
carrying of iMnortoaa ?Saga with anj
decorations an thaaa,
Tha iaiin.-r ?listrl?-t this y.ar Is the 4th.
Th. y had UM larKest nuuilx-r of men on
th.- POlay train. In a.Uliiioii to tha ?OB?
BOf?angll I'residi nt. John I* Aliearn, the
S. Atetan & (?n
are showing two entirely new
Coty perfumes, Le Nouveau
Cyclamen and L'Or, each of
which Is appropriately enclosed
In an artistic flacon designed
Jiflh Awfiuif, 34f| ou?- -i5flt fttoffe ?w Cork.
leader, there aere William Burtae aad
"Jake" Beers, deputy sheriff.
Two young boy? from the pj District
towed themaelve? taray es the Pole"/
lal. They managed to elude the coo
01 uatll Baltimore was reached
Then Folo ?aved them from being
thrown oft bodily, and the) are happy
j..hti ii. McCooey, th? leader <?? Kings
r.'ounty, haa about three knadred DBsn
or.- ?One of Ui. in?.Joseph LsagdOBi t>i
ti.- i'i?tri't Attorney'? afee allpasd in a
car and hr.'k. iu*< :?-,*. in?- rowpaaaoB?
?ranted t?. send him t?. a boepitsl in Bat
i he Inalated on cpnUng through
Tl ?? leg W? Bet ?tO-nlght and be intends
t?? .-? ? the parade to-morroa.
T..i man! Bill have the place of hossi
In th ??!?? i 'h'-idon "i : .?? ; arade. First
Regtmeal Hand, and
then twenty real live Indian chief-?. Then
win appear Mr Murphy and .lohn Voor
. s the grand eacltem of the Tammany
Society, followed i>" other ascbema and
t!.. dUatrii t d.-i? gatlona
LUMBERMEN 'gO ON TRIAL
International Company Officers
Charged with Frauds.
Philadelphia, March '.'? --Promoter?! and
offl?*era ??? the [Bternetionajl Lumber an?i
i ??-v. ?Mnii-nt Compsay, a M88Ma| eor
lunation, wer?- plated o-i trial bef?te
Judge VTItmer, in ?the United stat-s ?iu
trlol ?'oart her? to-da*-. charged with de-'
frauding investor? i>> falsely repreesstlBg
the aeset? of the company an?i psylag
unearned dlvt?ienda from money re?el4ed
in psymsni for .?tock. After a Jury had
been empanelled court adjourned tintll to?
The defendants, all of whom pleaded not
K?nlt>. ?are John K. MarUey and I-jalah
i:. lUUer, of Chicago: WtlUam h. Arm
BtrotSg, jr.. gsnsrsl manager; Alfred 0,
Stewart. OS-Attorney <!??n?ral of 'Porto
RICO, and* ?hules IfcMshOB, se?*r??taiy
THIRD ARBITRATOR NAMED
William L. Chambers to Act on
R. R. Firemen's Wages.
Washington. March 1?William I..
Chambers of Washington, formerly chief
luettes of the International Court at
Samoa and BBOSBbef of the Spanish Treat4
?'hums i oniiiilssiun. ?vus ohesefl to-day nu
th? third arbitrator in th-- arsge disputo
between the Bastarn railroad? and their
Bremen, w. W. Attertairy, trto?e?pt*?islsenl
of the I'cnnsyUanlu, and Albert Phillip?,
vice-president of the firemen'.?? organiza?
tion, are the others
William I. Chambers has acted before
a- third member of an arbitration board.
In th?? waic dispute in May, MS, betWSSa
the Urothi-rhood of I?oo>motlve l-*lr??men
and ?Baglsetnen and forty-nine railroads
W< st of ' IhteSgO he was appointe?! as third
arMtTStOr un?l??r the Krdman act by
ludKe Knapp, then ??hatrman of the Inter?
state Coairnerce Coaatnlaatoa, and Charlea
i- N.-iii. th. n rutted ?states Comaslaatsner
Mr Chamber? h sixty-one years old
and was born in Columbia. US. He was
?.lucati-d at ?laaory Collage and admitted
to the bar in 1ST.1. He was h.-ad of the
company which founded the city of Shef?
field. Ala . In 1S*?$, and he was appointed
ii th?? AmerlCBB member of th?' commis?
sion under the Herlln treaty in 1890 to
? "hMder the claim? to the Samoan Islands
of Knghmd. O-rtnany and the I'nlted
Slates. He is a member of several
archaoloi'lciil. historical and geographical
The award In the case of the firemen on
th?> Kastern railroads will have to be ren?
dered about April 2, under the thirty-day
limit, though the hearings of the board,
which will be In this ?-Ity. will not U-gln
until March 1?>.
Albert I'hllllps. the arbitrator chosen on
behalf of the railroads, ?aid last night
thut by the time the hearing?, began one
Week Of the allotted thirty da>s would
"It is probable.'' continued Mr. Phillip?,
"that Sundays ivoiild not oe counted In
the thirty days, in which caSO thero
would be ??even?! more days for the hear?
lags, I am inclined to think this Is the
*????' ' ""^ g
? very our of the
r tills-et)f ht note s or.
t!s keyboard f>
.struck win a "hu
S^95 Up BffiT
?BETSEY HI Il.ttlM.
13 Wat fort>?Second
1 Used Upright Piam $160^
j Styles Worth Coming Miles to See
On New Knall.l?
lasts, wide ?limit?
Arch Support Shoes, $3.98
? ?JlseTTher.? $??.00.1
For Men with Foot Troubw?
(E8T iBLISIICO 182" >
R. SIMPSON & CO.,
in Waal '?-<! tSt.. sear n-'.? i? ??>?
lb ?ad way. saraer 67 :ti gi
Loans to Any Amount on
Pledj?e ol Personal Property
We hnxt .-? i?irr?> eaeertment ??t v\*
n.i'iiii iimifH Dtaiaaag ttno, U< . a- prWAM
arltlck ?rill ?stlsfy ?ureful parch??*?*.
HOUSE FIRM F0R0NE SHIP
Underwood Sways Democrats
and Bill Returns to Conference.
[ from Tiie Tribun" Hm I
Wafhin-ftoii. sitial :;.- B> a ***** At ?*
t?? Ml. the ?HfltMa, ~o??'i .?fter im?lmlh<'
again ihanlarod Itaali appoard '?? lno^?
than ana hnlllaglilp th.- ?lid* ara* ''"";?
i?y An ? loquent tspatteh ?>t Oaeai I i'i',,,r
woo?!, the inajoritv leader, who ???-! ' "i;
the Uni?, had .-?.ni.? t?> <*all a halt 00 tuWU
??xtravsKanee und to limit the ?'I?'"1"1"
to the navy to one lattle.?Mp i yean
The bill now Roes ba? k t?. , ?nt>r??'"*
it is Impeaalhla t?, t.?n arhathsr ar ?
? *. ??' lll?J'M.-.-?||?H- lit It'll tt MtlllT I *-"? si"-**
.Senate will ) i.-ld to the d.in.iii?I> of W
$45,000 TO BOOM CITY
[Uy T'legrnpli to Th?^ Tribune'
Kast St. Louis. 111.. Muivh %.-2t*wS
utility corporation? and leailing *lU8''
news houses <*?f this ?ity broke a M rei'
ords in this country this afternoon ?*?
raisin-? in ??no day M&000 in cagfe t<a
a national newspaper advertising ?*m*
paign of publicity. A new ??rg???1**^
tlon was incorporated under titl?* of v*
Kast St. Louie Iudu?->trial LeHRii?*
The campaign will be launched ?
one? with advertisements In the ,<,'*j
Ing metropolitan dallies of th?? Vrtltfx