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O S80 Q WASHINGTON B Cf C FRIDAY MARCH 5 1909 1909TWENTYFOllR TWENTYPOO PAGES TWO CENTS
NOW NO1ANOFFICE NO1ANOFFICEWilliam IN OfflC OfflCWilliam
WilliainHowardTaftTakes WilliainHowardTaftTakesOath William Howard Taft TaftTake TaftTakeOath
Oath as President PresidentCEREMONY PresidentCEREMONY PresidentCEREMONY
CEREMONY IN SEI AT ATStony
Stormy Weather V eather Causes DepartuFe Depar Departure Departore ¬
tore from Precedent PrecedentICi PrecedentiCE14NE Precedents
ICi iCE14NE I > SNOW s ow ON STANDS STANDSiVorst STANDSt STANDSrVorstInau
t iVorst tV rVorstInau oist Inauguration rafionDeySincelterch Day Sincelarch Sinca March
41873 41873GHMED 1873CHID1EDBY 473 473CHILLED
CHILLED CHID1EDBY BY A VERY COLD DAY DAYBat DAYBat DAYBat
Bat Nafcwitflstending the Inolemeeuy Inolem Inolemescy InolemeBoy =
escy eBoy fie Parade Was Most Imposiag Impos Imposiag Imposmg
iag and the Jffaroliers aro1iers Kept Well Wellin Wellm Wellis
in liae and Merited the Ovations OvationsThey OvationThey OvationsThey
They Were Accorded AccordedExPresi AccordedExPresif ExPresi ExPresideat
f feat Roosevelt Applauds His Sue Successor SueceslEr Sncees ¬
cessor ees or as Mir Taft TaftKisses1Jible t Esses isses Bible andSvgs and andSays andS1S
Says Se Help Ke God GodA A Dig Digilied Digmiet Digai
ilied ai ed aad Impressive Soeae in inthe int1te inthe
the Se SeMte ie Chamber GhaaberWafam ChamberViIIIRa ChamberVifa
Wafam Vifa ant HewrJ gia and Taft Tait o ofOllio ofOlliowas Omk fSioU1S OmkPresident >
was t aat fy9dF2 J i ire51dt
President 1 re51dt E ef idle UK United State W6 yes yesterday JfStlnlay 5 5terihs ¬
terday terdayThe terihsThe
tlnlayThe
The maag iiuugmatKNi a io was i s6 ata atahk r Hiffca Hiffcablc lea leabl
bl blc in that it took platt contrary to toprecedent mrecedent isaprexdeetnot
precedent prexdeetnot recedent not in the ope opal opeair air but butowing butng
owing ng to the inderaency J arf the theM thewMba thek
M wMba r either therr within the Senate chamber cbzmberof chamberof r rof
of the th United U LT ited itedCIaISidea i6cde i6cd States StatesOutside StatesCttside
CIaISidea Outside a a bird blizzardtbat that bad beenragieg been beenraging beenragi
ragi raging g all night was soB btowkrg bbriegThz btowkrgThe
The eor uukdiwest est wind dajsiwd d the ihcAet thewet
wet sats i11 into 0 the faces facesoi of dbopc t dbopcthat Me MecaId
that dared l t feate iL ifc IBbe r rtudS ife1 ife1tard
tard tudS erected at the east front frontif froatf frontt
t if f t the h Capitol c ftre ere rendered rendereduseless medtI
useless tI d CEtB C5S because of their thick cov covrings WYtfI11g5
tfI11g5 rings of ice Ke and snow Slow which all allthe allt p pthe
the t lIe labors of the fire department departmentcalkrd departmmtcalkd departmentcalld
calkrd out for the emergency aneag were wereunaiJe were11na werenna
11na nna unaiJe It to cope with aad a after atter a ac aCI aC
c CI < inMittancn In 1 roa between the Commkiee Commkieeof ce cec
I
of c t Arrangements u ab of Congress Cogr ss in inwhich iowhich int
t which it was tIt eeided that it ins was an anA imix
A isc to submit people to the fury 176 1101 of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the storm storm arrangements an k were werehastily werel1a werehastily
hastily l1a Jy mack to hold die ceremonies ceremoniesin cu cuin
in the Senate wnbecliMe chamber chamberIfeae ciomber1e
liMe She Leas I Impressive ImpressiveThey Impressi1leThey pzesime pzesimeThe
They The were none the less lcssitJJpm lcssitJJpmie impres i0ptsice impressive ¬
sive > ie for being held there though thoughs
r or s me of the more mor ardent enthusiasts enthusiastsvho I lwho Iwho
who gathered at the east front of oil
t the tie Capitol CapitoiwtrtctisappoiDted were e disappointed For Fortirre Fort
r t tirre 1fre re had been much striving tor torats for tora forats
ats a ts in the open air to witness wita the theinaugural theinaugural theinaugural
inaugural ceremonies cer cerea xiiies and aH of ofthese ofthese
these th se were rendered useless by b the thesudden thesudden
sudden and unexpected turn of the theweather theweather
weather which made tsaccording tsaccordingeven tom aCCOrliiag aCCOrliiageven
even to the oldesttinier the worst worstinauguration worsthnauguratiori
inauguration day day k is the memory of ofinan
0 man
inanBut
But for President Ta Taft for the theofficiab thefficials theufllcnls
officiab connected with the sere seremany ceremony ccremony ¬
many mony for the Senators Se and Rep Representatives Representai Relaresentaives ¬
resentatives fts and the t foreign foreignmats dtpJo dtpJoniats pJomats
mats it was much more comfort cnhrfortable comfbrtable comfortable
able And in a way l lwas perhaps it itu itwas
was u as more dignified For after the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate had adjourned sine die Vice VkePresident V1President VicePresident
President Fairbanks said hisfled his digni dignified dignified ¬
fied farewell and Vice President PresidentSherman PresidentSherman PresidentSherman
Sherman assumed the gavel of of office of office Orrflee ¬
fice and President Roosevelt and andPresidentelect andPresirlente1ect andPresidentelect
Presidentelect Taft entered theSenate the theSenate theS
Senate S nate chamber arm in arm ann the theone theonc theone
one to Ja lay down the burden of ofseven ofCe1J ohseven
seven years scars responsibility the otk otkcr odter other
er to take tak up the rents reins of oltlce office and aDd2ssumC andassume i iassume
assume the position as chief of of the thejreatc tDcTeat thegreatt
jreatc Teat M t nation of the earth earthled earthLed earthled
led in the Applause ApplauseAnd ApplauseAnd j jAnd
And it is one of the signfcuiccs siCaaces siCaacesof signfcuiccsof
of f American can politics cstilat that when whenkissing wheakiss whelpkissing
kissing kiss die Bible President Taft Taitt Tafttnok Taft14w
t tnok 14w < > ok the oath of oSce o10e with the final finalniacktslonc finalDIRcklJ1oncJI finalBlaekistoncs
niacktslonc Floircrx Plow rx Gor Go Gorgeous Gorgeousfinely eon eonfinely eoull eoullfinely
finely developed speetawna At MIlk A HRstllroad H HRailroad HR21llrond
Railroad Ticket Tickets Exchanged ExcbankedAt i iAt
At IS 15 F st opposite EbWtt Borne BorneBaltimore at1tJmore HawseBaltimore
Baltimore aDd Ohio Express Trains Trainsto
to Baltimore BaltimoreEvery n BaltiannreEvery JtIJIore JtIJIoreE
Every E Hmu ll av OB the How Hour dorm dnrtag the theday i
1 day weekdays wepkrl n from Unkm Station 7 a L a m mto DL DLto mbto
to 11 PI m Similar service returnta returning
I
I WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor
I For the D District t of Cchwubia Cclumbiai Ceh CchwubiaMaryland nbia nbiaMaryland
i Maryland and Virginia VirginiaFair VirginiaFairi VirginiaFairtoday Fair Fairtoday
i today and tomorrow with slow slowly ¬
t tI
I ly 1 Y rising r temperature diminish dimifushw diminishing ¬ I Ij
j ing 1nt west w to i northwest uorth t winds windsSTORM I II
I 1 1 1STORM
STORM DELAYS ROOSEVELTSew ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTcv I i iI iXcw
I
Sew cv York ork 3Iarch 4 4Col Col Roose Roosetielt I Ivelt
velt rJt and tile member rrremb crri of Iris JJI fear tnmUyrelched fearlIsrechedhere j
lIsrechedhere Hy Uyrelched reached here at 1130 11 0 tonight tonightfive tonl bt i
five boars lat latThey late lateTbey In = I ITlaey
I
They left on a special train for forOyster forO1ter forOystcr
Oyster Bay Unywords Baywords haywords
words So help me God the ex exPresidentex exPr exPresidentex
Presidentex Pr eatex from that instant instantsteading instantSQadiag instantstlndiag
steading alone an isolated figure figureon figuron
on the green e carpet i in ui front of the theVice th thvice tl t tlee
Vice lee Presidents desk led vigorous vigorously gorous ¬
ly the applause applauseIt
It wng w the T cst inauguration lIf UIatlon day that thatthe thattile thatte
the eoMHi rjes aver er known from fro that that3MarA thatudtr thatMart
3MarA Mart udtr ilpfiSI a1L a very very cold coldN coldclear clear clearay clearYW clearday
day ay YW N waaa GRGA 6aa t 9s Grant Was was Inaugurated InauguratedDor
Dor ta 1M second s sseaatd time There have been beenteul beeD1Mw1 beenlads
teul 1Mw1 lads a atbat
siege t beet eeae e equal to totiMt tothat
that or yest pamorier er nay For ta spite e of the theMpes j I
hopes which had come through many
days of e air raaatber recoatty r bit by bit bitthe bitthe bitthe
the weather tJter graanaOy grew worse were anti mttMoa dIWedDeetlay antion
oa Why oyealng with one tremendous tremen tremendous tr trdous ¬
dous thunder dap and one brMVant DriHlaator Hash Hashof baskof
of l Ii Jatalllg htntag there was ushered ta a storia storiamwcBewly atonaAt 13 13At
At first k wars raJa that pelted pekecIlDentlulir dowa dowaBut
mwcBewly But hy M Itodock odeek on Wed Wednesday Weidie Wedneedas ¬
nesday evening die rata had become COM cowinne COMwtUI coeandnded
ndnded nne ed with mow awl hy mJrtcbt Icbt It Itwas Itwas ksnow
was snow pure re and simplegreat gre tA bag baglakes hl hlakes
A akes that settled en the cold sidewalks sidewalksad aMewalfcsaad lewaJbstreeu
ad streets streeu just > Mtngfcy enoaeh to h MId MIdaft baldalt M MaM
aM the waster that tla had fallen taIIeawana and not notwarm netwarm
warm enoosii to met mek so sodlat sodlatWed8e that hue drag straggfers dragglees
glees en Wednesday day night had to walk walkhome walkbeMe walkberse
home Hieraiiy aXle deep is water ter By Byayttgbt B7t BydyUSbt
ayttgbt t Thursday rooming WaghtngtM WaghtngtMwag W tea teawas
was hi the threes of a ldIssardQuantities bOcaard bOcaardQuantities 1IIIaanLQnantltie
Quantities of Snow SnowThe SnowIJIe SnowT
The T snow feR Ja n great 8ILt nunntttins and andvery aBIlwW andthe
the wW ea caesgbt Jt app and binv It III IIIy
very Mreetton ecdea and the ahneimaMy f Jew tewtenmerntore Jewi8IIpeIatare lowtagreratme
tenmerntore freae It s se that It IttM chug ringabout chugftbovt
about the trew brenkte breaking IIfl their theiriei theirMisek tbektaaeasg
taaeasg aad wrapped Misek acrosad e eh tMwises
h iei MHtt 0 wises tag wires and plea IOIeate pleato oies oiesto
I
to the groan proved and mafcm raraklg the streets al alaoat altmpo almaert
maert aoat banassahle tarpasaabiaIt banassahleIt tmpo tmpoIt
i It was such httt bitter r weather that there therewere thentweIe therewere
were mighty b few people peopleof among the thous dioaaaide thousand ¬
and of visitors vUlterste to Washingnw Wa IIIef who dared daredto dIue4t daredto
to brave ft it and during the early boors boorsof hoursof hoaursof
of yesterday merniaj the streets werepractkwlly were wereametieBy weNIt
ametieBy dwerted deserbad It artalBb certnhriy leaked leakedbine IeMe4am leolmdwas
was for the sows of the lenasnradon lenasnradonWbereer lenguratloa lenguratloaWbererer a aI
I I Wbererer ami had been built for the then tIaelc theaeaimsoda
I
lc aeaimsoda I r sn et tile tilediP tlse vlehecsead set setarray
array of diP ia n greet meJorHy 117 of ofthn cu oftit
tit r Mtk Timm i fMrendy Area17beBri1es iireatb been lees mnld Natip Natipbenches fhf fhfbenches
benches and chairs were tu + et c pfled bhjh w wIdi wit havow h hsnow
snow so that oven if the tteWINt inaognrai inaognrailamied htagraratyruna
yruna ant M des bad been silty siltyphaunei
1 phaunei lamied it seenwd that no one twnW twnWhnve WHIdbIMI wtrulldhew
hnve hew had eomnee enough to tilde the tItefOr theseats theseatK
seats for which constdembie l jHIcM IIIkJIIN had hndbeenvald hadbeat
beat beenvald beenvaldHaroc JIIN JIINHaToe ptddHavoc
Havoc with Decorations DecorationN4Ir DecoratIoasNor
Nor 2 or had the is sttamrd been idle during onringthe duringthe ba1 ba1tile
the JdPt nt It had prayed havoc we dVMnjh dVMnjhont dIIrwP1M tlawgbeat
ont the dry with the ornate dceonuhms dceonuhmshonor tIeeeradoDsWhIdI deeeratlonsen
en which as Math ue and JaMr sad sadins
ins had 1 expMded TIle een eenJIet of ofheron
honor was not exempt from the fury of ofthe fitbe ofthe
the storm The T1aeen flowers in the glen bas bas basketatllat Iraskits baskets ¬
kits ketatllat that crowned the pillars of the court eetef courtof courtof
of honor were bedraggled Iecl and broken brokenand broJreathe brokenand
and the flowers blows to the four windsTb winds windsThe wlDd8Tbe
The Tb laarel a garlands suspended between betweenthe etweeatbe betweenthe
the vfflars that marked the space m mPennsytrnnfa ill illrF InPeaaytyasia
Pennsytrnnfa rF avenue a from the MltkBsDd Xtts XttsBoDdnfT X8Iastreet
BoDdnfT BsDd w FtffceentH street JaM ta litcases many aaaycases manycases
cases been as hauled down with frosen frosensnow fnaRasnow fianensnow
snow that the supports were broken and andthe aMtile andthe
the morel leaves were Wftethe wrapped around aroundthe road 4 4the
the poles poIesla Is m strange disorder
At the Intersection of G street With wtthFifteenth WithFlnth withPifteeuth
Fifteenth where a huge campaign banner bannerbearing baaoecbearing
bearing the picture of President Taft TaftVb andVie and andYlce
Ylce Vie PJ President Sherman eraa had been suspender soa soapended suapaMiei
pended there umalntd only a shred eel of oftattered rtatteIM oftattered
tattered rags and netting banging forlorn fGrierathe forlornagainst forlornagainst
against the walls of the Riggs House HouseDown H HDWD HoneeDorn
Down the Avenue from the Treasury TreasuryBuHdtog TreasuryBedimg
BuHdtog to the White Honee one abjht nulghtsee abjhtsee mlPtwbere
see where the persistent t storm which bad badfurled adfurW hadfurled
furled during dw the long hours of the tilead night nighthad nightbad
had twisted the draped flags from their theirplaces UIdrplaces theirplaces
places broken angstnffis ai and torn Iowa dowanrtWenriy fiewapeal111awfr Iowarutblesdy
nrtWenriy pendants peal111awfr frets a which electric electricIbjhtt eifttrlcI181atB eiectrka
Ibjhtt a were wereSo hung hungSo bwmSo >
So that the whole scheme areae of beantieal beantiealdecoration 9fa1ltl1IItieeonI beautlfnldeeeratbos
decoration eelteaudf1l1 beautiful that is Is had seal a tile tilewatheI thewenther e eweather
weather behaved ftself lUeItwas was m In many manyplaces uTpIIees rnaaypacee
places a one aelict1lre fate picture of perfect dfeorderMantle disorder disorderMantle iIIIIIonIerUantle
Mantle of White WhiteAad WhiteAnd lte lteAad
Aad yet the unaccustomed ecustollled blizzard bnzzardthe Uzzanlthe blizzardthe
the one realty bad day that Washington Washingtonhns
bas known an this winter such is theIrony the theirony tileIroIIJ
irony of ollltrlodc patriotic fate fatewas was not without oIIt Its Itscomprnnatton ItsCUll Itsoeaapemtlon
comprnnatton CUll e t For every place where the thesnow theow thesnow
snow bad fatten it had stuck and much muchof DI1Iehof mathof
of the gags of the decorations was wastojMjd wastNe wastoned
toned down by the mantle of white wwt with withwinch withWII withwhich
winch natures twres tempest bad clothed a otlao tinerrnEverywhere them themEverywhere themE
Everywhere E e along the Mae of procession processionthe NOCeSIoatile procesoiosthe
the trees were made more beautiful by the thegBBtanto thetroea theglietealag
gBBtanto fToaen burdens they were forced forcedto forcedt weeiUt
to t bear and bad It not been for fo the feet feetmg fRettIIat factthat
that It WM bIIII 1IIId foot foec that waJk waaBxlag waJkJ8b
lag mg was a positive displeasure one might mightnot JItIgkt20t miightmot
not ba have ve e regarded the blizzard as an ua uamixed 1IQJDbe4 awnrbxed
mixed evil evltOne evilOne edODe
One thins thto the Wtezard showed wed and the thedemonsCntdOB tJaewas thedie
die demonsCntdOB a was marke4Iy effective e eedftaz41 e effectiveud ej ejstd
ud that was the striking i efficiency of the theDletrict tJteDI theDteltict
Dletrict Commfcoloncrs c R In case of emer emergency eID6tSc wersocy ¬
gency Hued Hundreds 6 of men were pat to towork wk towork
work k to dear off the Avenue A vemle aa anC the theCoj t theCo e eInued
Co Coj finned on Page 1O O Column ColumnMatinee 2 2Mntlnce 2 231ntlnee7
Matinee Cohnn t Harris Hnm Mlnntr MlnntrToday I1ntnl I1ntnlTCHIQ 11nRtrelsToday
Today Cehmibifc C tamloa Theater SIc to tLiII tLiIISID Lit LitSIO
SID New York Yor and Return ReturnBaltimore RetnrnBaltimore ReturnBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad RaUrondTickets RailroadTfck RnUrosdTlcket5
Tfck Tickets t good U days da s Royal Bh B Blue trains trainsleave trafaaleeve tafaseave
eave halos Station 7 3 9 11 a L ra m and 1 1 1 3 3e 3 3Ji 3ip
ip e is OL and C JJ5 Bight and 2S2 i a L a DL Ter Tertks Terat Teradonis
adonis Ji tks at 23d 3d st Bad foot of Liberty St stNew stnNew
New York YorkViolets YorkIoIets YorkViolets
Violets 25c per bunch Kramer 91S F r
FROM THE CAPITOL TO THE WHITE HOUSE
THE PRESIDENT AND MRS TAFT fIW < ht o HarrlsE
n
f INAUGURATION DAY IN T BRIEF BRIEFMARRED BRI F FhlARRED
MARRED BY THE WEATHER WEATHERA EATHERA
A saowstorsi sno stpnu that tiIat during the morning hours became biz bizTard bHzz zzardiike
z zardiike Tard rd kc in its pit proportiwis portions marked Inauguration I Day 1909 and andmarred andmarred andmarred
marred the ceremonies 1 and pageant incident thereto The streets streetsof streetsof stIeetsof
of Washington were aft but impassable i iand le for a time aad visitors visitorsand visitorsand
and pri participating g orgM or orgaakatious atioos suffered su fured severely from the ttoward m mtoward un untoward ¬
toward conditions Trains 1Is were delayed and the city practically practicallycut
cut off from telegraphic t aphic communication with the world worldPresident worldPr worldPresident
President Pr Roosevelt R aad Presidentdect Taft Ta under escortrode escort escortrode ort ortrode
rode to the Capitol of in dosed carriages car Owing to the weather weatherthe weadlerthe weatherthe
the inaugural ce < ererooaies e proper occurred in the Senate Se8atewhere Se e chamber ciranrberwhere chamberwhere
where President Taft tookthe took the oath and cWivrred lns his inauguraladdress inauguralr inaugural inauguraladdress
address instead of r oa the httge stand erected for this r purpose on onthe 011the onthe
the east plaza plazato to the dtsapooinimeot of thousands of people peepkMr peep1eMr peopleMr
Mr Roosevelt was was fat first f st to congratulate coogratu his successor successorTheir SlXttssorTheir successor successorTheir
Their leavealong leae g ln was the most impressive feature tur of the scene scenein scenein scenein
in the Senate cbala chamber > her immediately riy the exPresident left leftthe lefttheaDdas the theCapitoi theCapttt3l
Capitoi and aDdas was eseat escorted ed fe to > the tiIeU Union ioa Station where he heMrs joined joinedMrs joinedMrs
Mrs Roosevelt Roosevc1taboard aboard a ia a trans for New York York occupying a state stateroom stakreom staltereoni ¬
room m in a J ieguUu Pnttimm PnttimmPresident pu P PPresident 1J 1JPreside
President t Taft and ad link MaT vas t and V Vice Viceand lce ice Pndo p t Sherman Sbennaaaad Shermanand
and Mrs 1 rs Shetinan faennaa rodi m atpea canjagrs f gym ooi tii Oiprtoi of to IDWhite the theWhite thelid
White Howe HoeI and recer j coa wcs 1 vniSitm e eWlC first intthat firstThe
WlC that the dy f o f tl laid hid thus thusher with withleer
her 1aslJIjfm rn rnThe d SiOL SiOLThe
The pageant was maiief made a > Fof of some k SFo aKn It It lacfcfxi IIeif la lacfcfxiMfe ked keddiva
diva if and color owmg t1 t the t advtcoe a ujudkioag r ra and did not 0t move movecompactly movemmpactly movemmPY
compactly mmPY or smoothly 5 for like lik reasanx r reaae The army army and navy navywas navywas navy navywas
e
was largely reprc represented ertei and the sailors jlrs from from the rd roundthe fuun undthe thewlrld vorlti vorltifleet orlti orltiSect I I1M
Sect received tU marked attention The civic ic division t livi ion was pictur picturesque pictur picturesque ¬ I IGov
esque Gov Hughes Hu he was cheered che red all alone alon the line While nile im imposing imposing m ¬ i
posing posmg the parade para e in m comparison comparison with other was not an alto altogether ato altotether ¬ I
gether tether inspiring ring spectacle It consumed three hours in pa passing passingthe in inthe
the White bite House reviewing stand President Pre irlnt Taft evinced leantm hearty heartyenjoyment heartymjoUlCnt I
enjoyment m jvymQn jvymQnlocal t of it as a whole but Mrs Irs Taft and other ladies were weresooa I Isooa
sooa forced to seek etk refuge from the raw afternoon a wind windThe windshe I Ifile
The fireworks display from fro1l the White Lot in the testinga evening eveninga n na
a gorgeous a b spectacle 1A was witnessed scd by In countless c lc thousands tDOaQHds ofl ofAsa of ofpeopie
people bpeople l
peopieAs
As Asa a cubuinating cutouKUia 1nH1Ia feature of o the days festivities the toaugmai toaugmaibail hur ft Ua1 Ua1Wi l lIn
bail Wi in In die Pensioa Building Buildiagwas was brilliantly hrillia brilliantlythe tly saccessfni eraaas eraaasdie t tthe
the ua most st successful function of fat t character in years yearsInaugural yearsInaugural years yearsTxalgural
Inaugural concerts in the Pension Building today todayhorror aad to tomorrow to tomorrow ¬
morrow will complete comple die events of the week
HERMIT LEFT X300000 X300000Man 300000 300000Man 3000003Ian
Man Who Vho Died In Charity Ward of ofDanville ofHopltal ofHospital
Hospital Kept Seerct Well WellDaniei ell ellDaavllle
Danville Daniei le IlL March 4After Mvtag Mvtaghere JI1riAhere livlraghere
here eighteen years as a porertystricken porertystrickenbachelor poYertystrldcea1MdIeIoI povertystrihenbachelor
bachelor hermit Daniel Sheridan age agestxtyflve lIgemtytiTe ageatxtyfive
stxtyflve died fat the charity ward wa of a alocal a1ocal alocal
local hospital fearing Iea II1iG1 II1iG1A tID X XA I IA
A nurse fooncL 9aCiN H l to bttte and corns cornssewed c coinssewed i isewed
sewed to the lining of f his waistcoat as assbe asshe i isbe
sbe was about to burn It ItSherman IL ItSheridan I ISbertclaa
Sherman told later where to And certain certainpapers certainpapers I
papers which showed he poaoesacid 1 1M ela tends tendsof JMHl6of handsof
of great value metvitag a 4Nacre IWacr 8CR farmnear farm farmnear I Iaear
near Joiiet JoUetI1L HL and 5N 3M acres near Wash Washington WaoInaagton ¬
ington 1Dgt u lad He left ao will HIs refe refettves reIaUqs relaUvs i
ttves barfed him to a UM eoStn eoStnRobert ccHIhLRobert do Ia IaRobert
Robert Lynch his coasts from Men Menraria Jlonroria QII QIIroYta
roria says a a love affair caused Sheridan Sheridant
t te become a recluse reciusdVIEGrlHIA r rVIRGINIA recluseVIRGINIA
VIRGINIA FRUIT RUINED ETJINEDHnlf RUTh RUINEDHalf D DHalf
Half of the Crop Said to Be De Deutroycd De Defroyed Pastroyed
utroycd by Blizzard BlizzardSjweW BUzZardStIedd Blizzardspaiet
SjweW to The WMMmte W BaakL BaakLRicnmond JdIUdIaao HeilRieusoud
Ricnmond Va V March 4 4As As a result resultof resultof resultof
of the bttzsard which swept over Virginia Virginiatoday Virginiato Virginiatoday
today to a7 and mst Bight It is estimatedthat estimated estimatedthat estimatedtJIt
that over half aJ of the fruit crop Is ruined ruinedThe rulRedThe rulnodThe
The warm weather of the past three threeweeks threewee threeweeks
weeks caused all fruit to be far advanced advancedfor adYaDeooror advancedfor
for this time of the year IB Loudotm LoudouaCoaaty LoudotmCounty Loudouneoty
County the bathe were getting ready to toburst to1IIK8t tobut
burst butThe burstTe
1IIK8tTIle
Te loss of the fruit crop It is seid ld by bymit TfnIit byfruit
fruit mit men lonighi will abnoet IMo8tDe be incrf incrfenmble J lncedc eal ealadaW6
enmble c
adaW6Stephenson
Stephenson RecleatedMadlse Reelected ReclcctcdMmMusiu ReelectedV
MmMusiu V Sara 1L March 4 4TIte The Tke joint Jointsos Jointsoselsa sos sossto sossIeR
sto elsa of the State legislature today reelected re reelected recIedeI
elected Senator Stephenson for the term termbccinnlns teon1Ilrb termtoday
bccinnlns 1Ilrb today todayWidow t HIa7WfdoTf ay ayWldOTr
Widow of Bishop Potter DeadNew Dead DeadNew DeadNeW
New York York March 4 4rs Mrs Mrs Potter Potterwidow Potter PotterWII1ow Potterwidow
widow of Bishop Henry Conaa Potter Potterted PotterMed Pottersled
Med ted today te toda Y t of Brfhts hts dieoeseBaltimore dteease dteeaseBaltimore seDa1tlmore
Baltimore and Return 51 51Baltimore 51Daltimorr SIBaltimore
Baltimore t Ohio R n nEyery It ItEvery ItEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday Sunda All trains trainsboth trainsboda trainsboth
both ways s both days da except cept Royal Lint ¬
ited CIty oe emcee s 1417 141 G st and 619 Pa ave aveca Ve
ca 8 Philadelphia and ReturnBaltimore Return ReturnBaltimore Returnnltlmore
Baltimore and Ohio RalirosdTickets Rallrond RallrondTickets
Tickets good H days Y8 Royal l Bl n lase trains
leave TTnion Station 7 7911 8 11 a m 1 3 3 5 9 9p 9p 3p
p m ID and 12li L1 night and 252 i2 52 a a m In
f
EEFUSES MA1TC I tY WEDDINGS WEDDIKGSRector WEDDII r GS GSRcetor
Rector of Little Church Around the theCorner theCorner theCorner
Corner Explain Action ActionNew tetionNew atiou atiouNew
New York March 4AccordiBr LA e00Cding to a astatement
statement satemeat t by Rev Dr George ClarkeI ClarkeHeeSbtu Clarke ClarkejHomjhion
I jHomjhion H rector of the Cavrch Chvrr of die dieTnuHmsoration tileTr theTzzauratIou
TnuHmsoration Tr r L the clerayman cIerB7 to the theHtUe tileH1JIUIe theUtde
HtUe church around the corner r lfIfased lfIfasedto riaedto f nsed nsedto
to pertorra perlr rm the marriage ceieiuuuy ce y for forpersons form for1sR
m persons who applied there ta Febru Pebraary February Ftbn1Uy ¬
ary Only thirty persons were Joined in toTOdwcfc inftdIock inw
TOdwcfc TOdwcfcDr ftdIockDr w eclt ecltDr
Dr Hoaghton said that forty marriagea marrgageawhich marriageawhich
which were to have taken place pine at the tidechurch thechttreh tMcil1lreblD
church cil1lreblD m In February were not performed performedcontracting perfOlllleCltbe perforatedthere
there IIeea1Ite one or the other of the theeoatrMClltg thecoabadhng
contracting parties admitted having ba been beendivorced Meadhoorce beesdivorced
divorced Other causes existed for the therefusal tilerefusal therefund
refusal in twenty other casesKING cases casesXING ebe5KING
KING SOLOMON A CONVERT GONVEETI CONVERTPdm CONVERTPalmist
I Palmist Pdm lt Admits He IK J a Negro and andOften nnelOften andOften
Often Been in Prison PrisonSpokane PrbonSpokane PrisonSpokane
Spokane Wash W WssL March 4 4nig Ktag Soto Sotomen 50101 Selomen
men Ja8I190 selfdedared son of o an East Ia Iadtaa Iad1aa Iadbn
dtaa prince and known aH over the con ceaUnoat continent cetlooat ¬
tinent as Ma a student of the mystic seer seeraad aeerlid a er eraad
aad pftbnjBt at the practice of which be behas liebas hehas
has amassed a fortune confessed at atreVIV a arevival arevtvI
revival l meeting in Calvary BaptistChurch Baptist BaptistChurch BaiJtIstCMrdI
Church ta Spokane that he is A fraud fraudaad fraudncl fraudand
and an ImpostorHo impostor impostorHo hDpo torBe
Ho admitted being a negro n saying say that thatby tllatbJ thatby
by posing as a scion of the nobittty be behad hebad bebad
bad taken thousands of doOars d a from the thenasopbisdcated tile1I them
nasopbisdcated 1I m sopdsdcatedIn hi his career as a fortune fortuneteMer fortuneteller Ort OrtteMer
teMer and that at he had been to twenty twoatysevea twefttyaeveaJds twentyseven
seven aeveaJds j jails te the United States and Can Canada CUf tnada ¬
ada for f < various offenses otfennesAfterward offensesAfterward otreuesAnerwanl
Afterward he told Rev Dr McPhecaon McPhecaonthat fcPkraoRtMt 3tlcPheraoathat
that while be gained notoriety by T alpine ebdmtag eIatDabIr alpinelag
tag to have Te forecasted the Gahrastna Galyntoahoed Gahrastnaflood GaIft8tOBUood
flood be bad never been bee in Texas rexu aMEag aMEagthat ad ag agthat
that his forecast was bogus Be Hettect Hettect31so admitted admittedalso aiadttadalso
also that be served a term ta prawn 1KIIion for forcrooked forerooke4 forcrooked
crooked work ta California CaliforniaBaltimore CallfomiLBaltimore CaliforniaBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad to toPhiladelphia toPldladdpl1fn toPhiladelphia
Philadelphia end d Sew York YorkRoyal YorkRoyal YorkRoyal
Royal Blue Trains from Union Station StationEvery StatJoaEvery SatUonEvery
Every Odd Hour during the day dayi T 9 9U
11 1 i a 5 oclock odockwt oclockwith with parlor cars and anddining anddining anddining
dining cars Night N ht trains at 1215 and andL 252 252a 5 3 3a
L a m with drawingroom steeping cars carsSpecial emSpeclnl carsSpecial
Special Train to Cleveland ClevelandPoansjtfvania CIcelandpGJmsplftDla ClevelandPtinnas
Poansjtfvania Ptinnas 4vnia Railroad Ra road account Inaugu IuaUSUrt1on Inausuration Inauguration ¬
ration Leave Union Station StaUooWLhlngton Washington
645 p a JIL March larch 5 a 6 S and 7 Through Throughsleeping Tb Tbgle Thmnhsleeping
sleeping gle > Ding cars to Pittfborff and Cleveland ClevelandIMntag ClevelandDing
Ding Dlnin car I J
MARCHERS I DEFY DEFYRAIN DEFYRAIN DEFYRAIN
RAIN AND SNOW SMIVagaries SNOWVagaries SOWVagaries
Vagaries of Weather Jail to toI toDa1111t toDaunt
I Daunt Paraders Paracletsm
E3rESIFSIAS3 m m THSIAS sIA AIOKQ ALON THE LINE HHEXetr LINENe1 TINEsleac
Xetr ChfcC l BbccOHtlvc IIre zeeative HHve Smile SRtiI JIt HHA Acknahvlcdgews Ac ActHHrrlcAgex c cb8wl
tHHrrlcAgex b8wl I wc SalutcIIGhen 5nl tcs Given Ovation OvaitlonIM O OvationLa atlon atlonfA
IM Wide Vide < front fr JR Capitol to tile White WhiteHoase SVhlteliowceVIce Ite IteJo1feYfce
Hoase Jo1feYfce Vfce President I Prc 4dent SharinAa Is IsCheered JsChtcrClI IsCheered
Cheered ChtcrClI Meng Alan Al D1 Line of March MarchWhhout JlaroJlWIdanut 3tarabWithout
Without hitch or delay Z7 i4eII i4eIIIDIIIdIed men mensarched menmarched
sarched down Peansyivnaia Jvaaia avenue aRueY yes yesterday yestotday ¬
terday Y defymv wind wI rain and snow gnawThey snowThey WTM7
They were there to represent IePl the United UnitedStates Ul UnitedState ted tedStates
States of America to honor the Inductioninto induction inductionmto IDcJuctioa1Bto
into the Presidency Pr ncy and Vice VIee1IIIBam Presidency Presidencyof
of WHfcm 1 Howard Taft and James JamesBchookiaft JamesL James9cbe0krafttHaema
9cbe0krafttHaema Bchookiaft L lrrdt nherman and mere mereQf Mroioas Mroioasvasjmrtes frhoiousvaprles
vasjmrtes of the weather were ere brushed brushedastte brushedaske brushedasidewttboct
astte asidewttboct without the rack of t aa eyelid eyelidSpectator eyelidSpeetaltor d dS
Spectator S ctaton loner SltfverPresident SkherTaft lonerPmatde
President Pmatde Taft riffs s Inauguration win be beTtmiiu beaU betaatctiitai
taatctiitai Ttmiiu nail far all time M a semen of ofami ofcelli offlea
flea snot ami cold feet teet warmed by an anAtomj anIIIIr anertihteitpaa
ertihteitpaa IIIIr Mini u8e4 aased aD aDheet uaderRa l lAli
Ali q lot tta heet heete arx met metwedm
wedm as ttamte cilJlrea e bIJ bIJtile tiA + eeekln eeeklnthe
tile daft btMduaadl mte 4rty aemtb mhmttin of the thev tileIeag thelong
long patlea J II sad v tweed their armn aei to a afcyst abyEtfTk antystcrical
fcyst byEtfTk real t outburst of feeSng feeIIDaftt as asafttr pinto pintoafter
after aftt plat LitOIn on n and i in regiwtnt alia alian r i ii
i trrt n pt ptlYesid f paste h by t1rrsid t tI
lYesid I Eidnt mt nt Tafts Taft inamjoral parade paraden sit mnstK sitan
an K n down dOV 1 l in history as a one that fell short shortf IIbortIf
If f expe expectatiuns tatkms in p point rfnt of numbers It Itwas Itwas ite itwas
was anti anticipated ipated that more than 31 3101 HWtmfll HWtmflltrtry mint IDOl IDOltlr
e
trtry tlr t try men m n an1 rUilians < would march The Theweather TIleeathpr TheweethPr
weather eathpr uaPapet un unf > xpet xpett t dly > dly prevented the real realiz reoji
i iztti jzttir iz + tin > n of t this tht h ie ieBut e eBut eBut
But President Tuffs Taft Inauguration acvatloa acvatloarad pm pmradf paradf
radf rad will m ao a po o down in history historyof an sae saeI saeof
I
of th mo5t Tr nt t enthusiastic enthusiastichas welcsmo Wek 1 1Ia that thathas
has Ia ever been Oet n ace accorded irded an anChief boolealnug boolealnugChief L Li
i Chief Executive Executivetlieerctl E Ea cutive cutiveCheered cut e eJaeerctl
Cheered liy 1 Thousands ThousandsTh Taou ThousandsThe nntlJl nntlJlj
j
1 Th The outburst nuthJr r hfian > esan when President PresidentTaft l lTtft PresldratTrft
Taft eforte es cried rt y > f tle ie famous famousi Jff JffDollar liiUnw liiUnwDollar
i Dollar Po l r Itla Plak + k II lInn r rs Troop or Troop A Aof A Aof Aof
of the th < Ohio National Na t1inn + inna Guard G8ard left the thotion tMitoT thesitnl
sitnl itoT after r the rlf celicMy > eTy of his fnaugmratin tnautUla tnautUlati
tin ti speeh f spee h and swuna swung un < Into the Avenue Aveaoei AvenueInund
i bound und for The th White hj House Housej
I As the th new President seated in a car carriage earl
I riage bes be hfo1dp < ld d Mrs ins Taft Taft was carried down downj dewathe
j j the historic highway hjghv the cheers frwnthousands from fromthousands fromthousands
thousands of threats on either aide of ofth fitthf ofthe
th the < > street followed him through block Mocki
i af after ler block blockHoMing bloclcI blockHeldn6
I HoMing hfe Ms ntik s + k hat high 11 and smtttog smtttoghappOy smlUntbaJIp smilingha
ha happOy pDy frofli sid side to side Mr Taft ack acknowledged acitaowleaed ¬
aowleaed nowledged i the trotes trfnutes es of the populace populaceThe 9OPU 9OPUTIle popuisceThe
The wind Mew straight as a ale down downthe do1mI
I the Avenue A from tiie t Treasury Treasuryto Building Buildingto
to the th t Capitol Tie Tt a white pennants at atintervals attat atlutivAs
intervals tat along the th way poIa pointed d quiver quhertowanl quiverbig
tog toward the Peace Monument The Thesiantmg TMof Theeiarat
eiarat siantmg aS hers of the marching forces forcesflew fOlCelI
I flew back over their shoulders shouldersSeparated shouldersted shouldersSeparated
Separated ted from the vast concourse Mk Ut e It Itthe 1tIIanI itwas
was bard to stand aaatut the force of ofthe ofthe
the elements A l I The Hag bearers leaned leanedforward Jeanedforward leanedforward
forward a against the wind and struggled struggledwith str strwStIttlleIr strugledwiththeir
with wStIttlleIr their noisy pennants The bandsmen bsotbeaevtMeer bandsmenHew meRatII
Hew vn unto H they were red to the face f to toforce tofclreealr toforce
force fclreealr air out of their the r Instruments Horses Horsesfidgeted HorwesaM HorsesId
Id fidgeted eted and stash flew sideways from frombeattag tICIIftteet frautbeams
beams feet feecBat feetBut j jBat
Bat on went the army of inauguration lDaucuradeaAstLy Inauguratbaray inaugurationreatscfcasly
ray enthusiastically etk 11y to pass thead the theI thethe
ad p where the new bead of the army 3nIIJaDI armyand
I and navy waited to review reYIewJmes them them3Iax themglass
3Iax glass Jmes of Humanity HumanityFor lIumnnItyFOr IlnnranityFor
For boats before the parade started the theapace tMspace thespace
space behind the ropes was lined Baeddeep tea teadeep teadeep
deep with a solid mass of humanity A Afeeling AI Afeeling
feeling feel of suspense es came over the muM muMtnde multitude
tnde tndeand and the period of inaction was punc pmedtasted j
tasted by meaningless a efcKuhUfons uJatlollS aadhails and andbafls IMI1
hails from one aide of the street to the theother theother theother
other Policemen afoot and on boraebsckpunned horseback bonebackIUIIeC1 j jpassed
passed down the toes BDea commanding eomma and aac11ft andden I Iproper
exhorting exher tfiug tfiugproper Men den and women without withoutproper WIt
proper passes ss pleaded to be allowed to tocross tGCI088 tocress
cross the streets and were retuadFare refused refusedHere I
Here and there women omen fainted from ex exposure expos1Ift exposure ¬
posure and a excitement and the crowds crowdssuddenly I Iparte4 Isuddenly
suddenly parted to admit an ambulance ambulanceThen alabll1aDeeIbPII aabulasceThen I
Then when the tension was was 8 at Its height heightword beightword t tworc1
word pained Wee JIW fgbt ttgbtntaia that Tart Tartwns rartwas Taftas
was coming and a abush bush came over the themuttttttde tileJ1IUIdUlQ themultitude
muttttttde J1IUIdUlQ
J1IUIdUlQSyhe
Sylvester Syhe ter Is First FirstMaJ FIr FirstMaj f faj
MaJ > aj Richard RddtardSytveMer Syrveer superintendent superintendentoC su ertDtea t tor
oC the Metropolitan Me eptIIUG police force was the therst UteArst thelust
lust rst man to appear 8 commanding J Jtoon a pip phvtoon piptoon
toon of mounted pcttca The omeers of ofthe oCtAe ofthe
the tW aw passed p In extended Rae dewa the theContinued theContinued theContinued
Continued on Page 3 Column 3 3Floral J JFJor 3Floral
Floral FJor t1 Decorator Inaugural BallJ Ball BallWaldorfAstoria DallJ
J 11 sn S Sons Ifth and G W Wwald6 Wash WashWaldorfAstoria
WaldorfAstoria wald6 Aatorla and 1153 Broadway Bro WQ N Y YPennsylvania YPenn Ypehnsyianla
Pennsylvania Penn Tl nin Railroad City Ticket TicketOlficc TIcketotncC TicketOSicc
Olficc Open at Sight XijihtThe ShhtThe SightThe
The Pennsylvania pe Railroad Company an announces an ang announres ¬
nounces g that during InaagurarloB I oR oRand weekand week weekand
and until Match 1 19 Hs city ticket Office at atsale at15th at5th
15th 5th aH1 G Sts will 111 be kept open for tile tileRIo theauto
sale of n tk Uclret8 ts and the reservation of Pu8 Pu8mn Pu1lman PnRman
man aceomBloaatJons sceoDiDlO aoeommk st1on dattoo enttt 10 p JJ m mViolets In InVloIds mVloIets
Violets Se per hunch bUu Kramer framer S16 F
STRAUS FOR JAPAN JAPANOne
One 0 of President Pre Taf Tafts Is earnest t diplaaadc dip dipkmmdc dip dipI
kmmdc nominatioBS bRttion will be that of ofSecretary ofJecNbuy ofSecretary
I Secretary of Commerce Conu eree and L Labor LaborSUa LaborStraus > abor aborStraus
Straus SUa as s A1Bb Ambassador to Japan Mr MrStraus Xrf Mrl
f l Straus has Mind hto vHRoaness to toaccept tAtI
I 1 I accept ti the e place He was formerly formerlyMiateter onMSlI
Miateter to Turkey during ri g the second secondCievehuMl seendCIeveIaDi sseoadCleveland
I Cleveland CIeveIaDiI adnrfntetradoa adnrfntetradoaSecretary admiafetratIoaI
I Secretary of the Nary N N1tecr7 vberry has hasbeen
I been ere a posUion tIon as Ambnocador Ambnocadorto AR NIa NIaa
to a European court court but tt Itis is MIl soMthat MIlthat sdddthat
that be will decline itCONGRESS it itGONGEBSS UCONGREEg
CONGRESS REOPENS HAEOH 15 15Extra 15lCxtra
j Extra Session Se lon Will VIII Be Talcon Td Qn Up UpMntirclr UpICntIrcly
i Mntirclr lr I Tariff TariffThe Tarirc TariffThe 4 4I
I The Th extra xtra senstoa of the Sbctyftrst SbctyftrstI Sixty SIxiyi Brat BratCongress
I i Congress will convene at noon March ardII 3 3followings 15 15I
I I followings a proclamation of the Preeldont Preeldontto ProesldelltTo Pr PrTo
to begin the work of revising the tariff tariffschedules westhpdueg tariffseheduleg
schedules sehedulegUntil schedulesI sthpduegUntil >
I Until then many of t tCongress rs el elCongrHf ofCongress
Congress will remain ta Inwhile r s K3B > IiHIwhil lfiiPa lfiiPaothers
i while whil > others oth rs those who ttve lit m litlates > nearby nearbyStates y yStates
States lates will return to their homes homesThere hoI8eaTMre homesThere
There will be no committees appointed appointedat tedat
at the next session of Coasnreas eo I except exceptthose eDePtthe exceptthose
those absolutely ah necessary to carry e3IZ7i an anI asthe
I i the tariff revision and conduct the two twobranches twobnLDChes twobranches
branches of the legislative t department departmentI ep t tor
I of the government venameet By a a special speda1I order orderall orderall
I all the committees will bold over m Sa the thej eI theSenate
j Senate e but no w week ck other than that per portamittg 1I pertaining
tamittg to tariff wfil be referred to them UIeIaI themIn
I I In I his inaugural j address yesterday the thePresident tINPraidtnt thePresident
President said that in view of the tileaa4 lens lensand longand
and difficult di leuJt task he did not believe the themembers tileI themembers
members of Coe Congress rees should be taxed taxedj uaedwith taxedwith
j with any other business ad adat but mes mesjwfn meosaga
I saga at the o eC the next session IIeMIGRwill sessionw8l
jwfn will m III aU probabVty probab ty coatam mstruecions mstruecionsonly 1Mb 1MbtII8t uedoss uedossonly
only on that snbjcjt eteetCONFIRM ahiectCONFIRM snbjcjtCONFIRM
CONFIRM CABINET TODAY TODAYScnate TODAYSenate
Senate Will Urn I Act on Tufts Nomina Nominations XomlndonH Nominations ¬
tions in Special Meeting MeetingBy MeetingBy Ieetln Ieetlna
I
By a special order the Senate will con tonvese convene ceawee ¬
wee today at noon and fanmedmtely fanmedmtelyeonflrm a I ftIV ftIVthe belyeonlrm
eonflrm the aomteadons 1 f ItloM of President PresidentTuffs PrldeBtTatt PresidentTufts
Tuffs Tatt Cabinet members ambersIt T TIt
It Is lOt thought the Senators will be bedIMI beIn
In alestdoa 1 mere than thirty minuses and andwhen aI1IIIwIleD sadwben
when the Bat has been ratio raiad ndjoum ndjoummeot etjcM8abe adloerameet
meet wm w1 be taken a until stil Math I Ji when whenby whenl bell bellIa
l by prodematioa < Ia of ottilie the President esldeDt a aI e spe special e el ¬
I cial sessloa ei wwl convene Tea ere to revise the thetariff thetom
tariff tomIA
00
in Ilk auioch jpesfieriay yestet + ddy President TaftI Taft Tafturged
I urged that notfcfcnp be attenmted a in theUse the theOne tbeI
I One of new legislation ttoa at the extra extrai nes nest i imen
t men except the tariff revMon revnbnLONDON revMonI rntReLroornoN
i
LONDON PRAISES ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTi
i
I HI Ills Only OR1 Rival for World Popularity PopnlarftyJ
j IK I Kaiser I al8cr AVIlhelm AVIlhelmi WilhelmLondon i1helm i1helmi
i London March IThe t The London LGDIIoapapen morning morningj morningpapers
j I papers pnMmb p rang editorials ankles of ofI ofdtppreletlert
I appreciation and the portraits of the to toUnited lit Incoming
I coming slid dIe ontgairg PIII Praeldatts IRc IRct IRcTIie of the theUnited
United t States Statesof SeeoThe
The trboter 1 Pr PreaIiot ITr ITrfill Rsoaorsit ame ameof
of the most tnthnsJasth pthusiastk cbarnrter clmtcia r rIi They Theyrank Theyrank
rank bIIIt hmThl r tb xfftnfeitee 1 vHh k WasMm WasMmton W Wt Wetb Wetbtea >
t ton Ifnoamy mji nw Onon 8nD ss v tn tncteatinc alga asst iaes iaesmating
I cteatinc mvsonalty I rf I T m k the two twoGaIT twoonly bemt bemtsnoones
snoones only rivaled hi that respect JeIpedi by bythe bythe
i the Emperor of Germany His mIMIIt gavera gaveraleas
t anent mated die emeddmtba of ofII anuer anuerI
II I leas lea position aa a world power as the theMorning tilePust
I
Morning Post without attacks
says on onthe oathf onthe
the rights hts or Interests of other otherI nations aatIoDLI aatIoDLIMIDDIE8
I
MIDDIES I LOST IN THE SHUFFLE SHUFFLETwe SHUFFLEITwoe
ITwoe
Twe Tw Annapolis lis Battalions Eafied ja to toAppear toAppear t tAppear
Appear in Parade Paradeelcjm Paradelrele11 Parade1Vlreless
1Vlreless lrele11 elcjm Is Used Attemptiato Attemptiits to Lo TJoaate LooateThoDl Locate
aate oateThoDl Thom but Wiicrcabonts WiicrcabontsIs lereabont lereabontIN
Is Sot ot Divulged DivulgedI DivulgedCoIktln
I Coaihtlas 11 rumors regavabm A the two twojbattaaoas twoI
jbattaaoas I batttshoaar I of trNsMpaaar laiishljinirn IIiI ll from the Naval NavalAcademy NaftlI NavalAcademy
Academy A 1y at Aaurapel J aaaaelhi I IFI who went to have havemarched havemarthed ye yemar
I
marched mar ta the maagaral ra1 parade aad aadj andwho
j who failed to appear were afloat test testnight Ja5ti lastThe
night nightThe
i
The omhrya naval ft1 officers were sac sacj s e eeedvely
j Iuarinlj phwed ta a snowdrift snowdrifti seine seinewhere <
i I where w e between Annapolis aDd Washing Washtagton WasIdIIKton Washington
ton ta two snowdrifts ta Aaaapona A Ahalf and aadhalf andAnnapolis
half ta Annapolis and hah ta Washtne WashtneThe w wt wi E Etan >
t tan
i i tanThe The government lDeDt wireless was called calledinto caDeiInto calledInto
into play mat night by Admiral John EPillsbury E EjPinsbury E EI
jPinsbury I l + Pillsbury chief of the Bureau of Navi N NaviI
gation in an effort e ort to locate the themId mkang mkangmidshipmen misrjlnr misrjlnrmidshipmen
midshipmen mId AH wires were down be be betwecn
tween the two cities clUes and the wireless wI wIwas wickswas wirelesswas
was the only means of communication communicationleft CadOlk
left leftA
leftA
A wireless manage was sent soon after afterthe afierthe afterthe
the inaugural parade ended to Cape CapeBadger CaptBadger
Badger r superintendent of the Naval NavalAcademy NavalAcademy YaI YaIAcadeuI
Academy announcing that the two bat battattons tIatiaIIoDs bat battalions
tattons h had d not arrived arriy and asking Ifthey if ifthey Itthey
they bad returned to the Academy AcademyThe AcadelayThe AodemvThe
The result of this message could not notbe JIOtbe antbe
be teamed from oIcen oncers of the Bureau of ofNavigation ofNavigation
Navigation test night Whether Captcouw
Badger could give n lAforaaadoa information or orwbethe j jwhether j
whether a reply was received from JdID JdIDwa him himwas mm mmwas j
was not known knownAeeadNng WI1 WI1AccordI j jAccording i
According AccordI to the most reliable taforma Inf InfDD 1nftrinatins j jttoo
tins at hand the cadets left Anmmofis Anaapolioyesterday Anmmofisyesterday An Ane
j
yesterday morntag one e battalion battalioni sotog sotogby i iby i
by bJsteam steam raflrowi raJII the other by the Wash Waab11IIII Wa t thegton j
hegton Bntthaore and Annapolis electric eIecUIeJIBe electricUse j jtoe
toe This report baa It that the electric electricfine electricline I
fine Ji contingent dG t is adD cavght ta t somewhere somewhereta <
ta th Ute snownriiijs ts and that the other otherbattalion t tbattaUol fhattahiet j
battalion arrived at about I oclock e loci last JutaiPt i inight
night at the Unkm C Station StainAt
I
At the station nothing WM known wa about aboutthe uttile aboutthe
the inidshipmfa tnidabipieeDivorced LID A j jDivorced
Divorced for Twitting Twlttln lluslmnd lluslmndFort lIusllnndFort IlustandFort I
Fort Wayne lad March arda 4Iji 41 apks spite ofthe of ofthe orthe
the fact that bft b bad Hved sixtyflv sixt7 t ofbin f fhis I
his seventyserea peas witiwttt a wifeAugnat wif wifAugust wIfe wIfeA
A August Doudflc asked for a atbe divorce oa oathe onthe
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IN INAUGURALBALL UGUR l 8 ll llB
B llll 1 NT t n nt nCulmination FFAIR FFAIRCulmination
Culmination or of o Ceremonies Ceremoniesat
at a Pension 0 Office OfficeGUESTS OfficeGUESTS face faceUQEST
GUESTS S THRONG THBOMPresident TIEROl1 G FLOOR FLOORPresident FLUORPresident
President Taft and His Party PartyAre PartyAre Par ParAre
Are Earl Early jr ArrivalsS3ee Arrivals ArrivalsVice ArrivalsVlee
Vice President Come In for GreetingApplnnse Greet GrectJn Greetfngpplau8e
Jn fngpplau8e Applanse Continue While hne the thePresidential thePrc thePresldcntial
Presidential Prc ldcntlal Party Are In Box BoxDancing DOLDaneing BoxDancing
Dancing Docs Doc lot ot Commence Until UntilSerr UntilXC tutulNew
New XC Executive Leares l aTesChalrman LeavesChairmanSteliwagen aTesChalrmanStelIwI Chairman ChairmanStclltragrcn
Stclltragrcn StelIwI cn Is Congratulated CongrratulatedThe CongrntnIatedTIle
The cniralnetiaa cuimlt + stka tro2 of the inaugural cere ceretbe ceremo ceremonies
mo was tile inaugural E ud ball ball lIeN at attbe atthe
tbe Pension P Onfce O c BntUins htg It will always alwaysbe aIwarsbe alwaysbe
be held Z ranmrkahlu I JI 111 Ie m ka that it was the theftpst theant theacct
ant offal function attended by Presi PresideatTaft Presideal Pteeldent
deatTaft deatTaftIt deal Taft TaftIt TaftIt
It was conceded on aH sides that thiswas this thiswas thisWM
was the prettiest t ballroom yet and in indeed tndee indeed ¬
deed It was the prettiest ball in point pointof pointof t tor
j of beautiful gowns and women a as well wellas W wellas 11 11as
as Perorations PerorationsThe dearadnsThe as asTIle
The President dellt and Mrs 18 Taft did n not nntarrtIe notarrive t tarrive
arrive ia their box until close to 38 and andit an anit andIt
it was a a vast vast expectant distinguished distinguishedratheriag distin distinguishedgathering ishM ishMwJdeh
gathering which greeted them The Ma Marine farIDe Marine ¬
rine Baud played pIa lustily the us usRemer Sty Str StrSesngled r rSped
Sped Bnaner to announce the ap aphis ap apJI08da apprescb ¬
JI08da 0 U DeW Chief Exeeut Exerutive V ant anlhili anthis
his party and the applause and cheer cheering chebig cheerlag ¬
big were tons and loud when wb Presidentas President Presidentand Prnidertifn
and Mm Taft appeared in the ballroom ballroommwfeed baDroomeither v vasoked
mwfeed on either side by Mr E J Steli Steliwaeett Steli1I8IjptI Steliwades
wades cnaifpiaa of the inaugural com commiUee comee committee
miUee ee and Mr Theodore Xoyes respec respecaverjr twpetlnIT respectively
averjr followed < by the Vice President Presidentand PreDkrtad Presidentand
i and Mrs Shencan ShencanHopes ShcrIanROlCC Shern an anRope
Hopes of or Ribbon RibbonThey RibbonThey RibbonThey
They made a trip down an iJsle 1 leformet leformetJ Ie formelby formel formelby
by ribbon ropes an altll < l around the flower flowerdecked Iowedeclted lowerdecked
J decked fountain fOUBtan smflmg s and bowing bo to tofriends t1friends toftfends
friends both ota and new al an clang 1 ta taroute t troute tineroute
route which was weD picketed with mem members JDemhers members ¬
bers of the committee committeeThe committeeThe committeeThe
The aisle was made down th the < > seater seaterthe < ater aterjibe ter o oi
jibe i the ballroom from the west entrance ectrancejust entranCfjust entrancejust
just around the fountain and tit thr u = partr partrreturned pa pareturned part partreturned
returned to the stairway by the same samei Jr Jri anaisle
i aisle ai amid continuous eoatba cheering ebeeri and ar artpbaase afi
tpbaase i plain pia from men women and children childrenalike clandrenalike childrenalike
alike alikeAacendmg alikeAscending
alikeYct
Ascending Yct the stairs the party went at atonre attwtotbe atvoce
voce teto twtotbe the private J room ra in the south eoutliwe 8Out1of souththe
we ean of the etnldimi which hidl h hvt hvtbeen hlIlea = t theat
been set made ariieaad and llll spar niky decorated f fr frthe r rthe
the FnirkUn p 1 lit > f and Mm Taft TaftHeW Tafti TaftI1I4 I
i HeW a KcocptloB KcocptloBSere RroeptloaSere i iI
Sere the President and Vice VI PrMrfder PrMrfderguests Presl r rand
I and udr me wives held 14 a retejti reception tIl < fm t ts P Pguests I
guests s spinally Invited to file private p pBPrt ga gaterien >
t terienAfter IRtea IRteaI BPrt nf nfAfter
I After this reception they again ap appeared B apa p pI ¬
I peared pear + ed to the anxiously awafting throne throneUa tbromia thrnt + r rin
Ua ia the Presidents p s beautifully decorated decoTt decoTtbex decoratedBox
j box Their appearance was again the thej th
j i signal signal for enthusiastic cheers and ap apjpmnse ap api appiauee
I jpmnse i pla piauee e Mrs Taft taking her place first 1ItID
i ta the front et the 1IOX twx ox followed br brJMrs t v
I JMrs ITS Sherman then Mr r Taft and then thenMr t thenMr Wn WnMr
Mr Sherman each individual receiiis receiiisaa ncehit recetvitan
I
aa ovation owttoaMr ovationMr
Mr Taft was urged by those about him himthe hhrthe hinithe
I the aids at the White House and th thladies thJadIes thladles
ladies of tJwo th party and finally Took h hsent hfIeSt ha haneat
sent m lit the highbacked ed thronelike > chair chairorer ehairWIlt chairunt
WIlt ever from New flr York York especially espe a1lJ for forthe forUte forthe
the occasion by Mr E E F CaWweH CaWweHVilleil CakhrlIillel CakiweiiPilled
Pilled the Chair CliirIt ChairIt ChairIt
It was so high that thatwheD when the th ponderous ponderousfigure pon ponderoustt s sa
figure > tt o of MA 111 l Taft got m ba it and by the thej theway theway
j way completely fined it it his hl feet wer were r rtIOm >
I
j sonv inches from toe floor and lie tanoV1 tanoV1ite 1and11i land I II
ite i I in the chair with a jerk which produced producedi preduc cd cdI
i I a learty mmjtt all over the hail hailI hdlI haltThe
I The President th t then a swung 8WUD his feet feetI fe f t tWhiel
jwhici I I wises produod more mo hearty laujhter laujhterThe ta lahtrThe tgbtf > r rI
The adnrtrtnc admhi g throng tltl lg stood KS It close Io e a awhich Ht Htpossible
I
possible te the box lid at every c ery IROn IROnwhich
I which was frequent they gave c a fr tpo > < i ioutburst
outburst All four of the prominent promln It ng
in Dab pretty scene greeted man manj many manyfriends
01 i j friends cordially from their elevate 4 posi p pf
f ia jtioos dons r01 iiltng and waving their thei hands ban 3
aH n sides sidesThe 8ideThe se seThe
The scene in this his box was wa a beautiful beautifulone hf heautifulcue iutitut iutitutone
one The other disTingufchcd db i hfl occvpant occvpantassembled lQIant lQIantaa n natnxmbled
assembled aa there earlier in the eeninc eenincMiss eveunr eveunrMiss eni 1r 1risII
Miss isII Helen Taft being < among amon the tl first fiatto firstto fir t tto
to enter ot < with her elderly greataunt greatauntMiss JTiatauntI greatauntMiss
Miss Delia Torrey sister of the th < Presi Presidents Prf Presidents i ideIIt ¬
dents deIIt mother who was a conspicuous conspicuousngure OJUlpIcOOtfts1IA eonspkucnsfigure
figure nt is her rich black velvet gown gownwith o
with bertha and festoon f n of rose > point poimand pointand
and her snowy hair hairMms hairMM
1MrHeIeII
Mms Helen Taft and her brothers brothf Rolx Rolxett Rl Rdhort h hen
ort and Charles came in for their t i sfaar sfaarof arof sharof
of attention m hi tf tfsenting the hose 1 Lisa T Taft f pr prattractiye
senting aa attractive picture in her sim simple ¬
pip yet e graceful 1I1 and girlish rtish gown O of
white with a bouquet of f lilies < if the th t h
THey and red roses and her sweet sweetthough sweetthrough t ttM1Ifb
though serious face Master Charley Otarl w was wasa 1U 1Ua
a quiet and very interested lat ed little 1ittl figure ngure in na n
a corner of the box boxJicw
NeW ew Cabinet t Circle CirclAn CircleAll
All around and about them on the tt ttcIes thesides
sides and at the back where here the member IndItbeuof
of the new Cabinet tircie who were eft in int intheir
their t place at the back of the th chair chain of orthe ofthe
the Presidents party when they the entered entedTM enteredThe
The floor of the box was as so arrange aTang that thatthose thatthMe thatthose
those at the back w were < re all higher than thanthose tbanthMe thanthose
those in the front row It made a reri Ytrlta veritable
table ta picture the front row when eeatai eeataibeing eat tM tMbd Hi
being bd Mrs M Sherman n at the south red sf sfthe f fthe ftbe
the box boK the Vice ke President t next tht th thp th9President
p President next to him him and in the > mid mi militk 1 1die
die with Mrs Taft on his left t aIM ant Miss MissTorrey lIisTOfTfY MissTorres
Torres occupying lh Urge chair in tin tinnorthern U UDOrtbtora tarsnorthern
northern end of the box box her bfcuk vel velvet tlt vt I Ivet ¬
vet t gown wa and a white hair standing stanftin out outprominently outprooO outproadne
prominently proadne atiy against a DSt the background l t tlDd tlDdramb1er f frambler frambler
rambler Tines with wit their rich red redwbkh roses roseswhich runeswhich
which crept up a p at the t f1 aides of the box boxThe boxThe boxThe
The party remained thus bus for fn folly half halfan halran hairan
an boor The T party then left the box boxfor btxt hnxfor
for t < supper which was 0111 served in a ro 1O roars roarsat m mat mat
at the back of the th box and to the north northof DOrthor northof
of it It opposite the reception re eptioa room of the thePresident thePresIdeat thePresident
President PresIdeatHere PresidentHere PresidentHere
Here they the lingered 11 red for some w me time timebut tinlfbut timebut
but the throng patiently waited Those Thosewho Tboawtto Tboeawho
who had the inclination oD and cou cou4 find findthe ladth findthe
the space dancedIt danced dancedIt daDcecLIt
It was quite II 1139 when the t1 Presidentand President Presidentaad Pr08klentaDd
aDd his party returned to the th box ho where wherethey whr whrt wherethey
they t reeeivad V8d even a warmer x wolcorr wolcorrContinued wl kon konC lcune lcuneContinued
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