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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 29. 1913.
Replies to Speech of Repre
sentative Borland Advocat
ing Gettysburg Road.
TALKS ABOUT TEMPLES
Washington Monament and Other
Things Used as Examples by
DI-utsion of the Lincoln Memorial
fcas injected Into the neral debate on
the fortifications appropriation bill jea-
terday Representative Cooper of Wis
consin, who has been studying: the sub
ject and has been much Impressed by
the maunlflcence of the Idea, finallv uot
Into action tien Representative Borland
of Missouri a luadlne advocate of the
road to Gettjsburc form of memorial,
wound up a stirring peroration with t
few slighting remarks about Greek
temples Me Borland evidently did not
think It fittln-r thit an Amerlcn patriot
should be memorialized by a structure
which smacks of the architectural Ideas
of ancient Greece
Mr Cooper came back with a few side
lights on G'eeK temples and modern
I haro listened with much interest to
what the gentleman from Missouri has
said about the Greek temple effect." be
gan the Wisconsin member "1 hare re
ceived many letters denouncing the
Greek temple. Apparently, -very few peo
ple know anyth'ng about what really is
proposed The roo-n In the memorial hall
Is to be higher than this cl-amber. The
hill Itself is to he higher by a number
of feet than this wing of the Capitol
The columns will bo about tvienty-flve
feet In circumference, and the whole
structure will be magnificent and ery
Kilter. Face Stntne.
"One entering the hall will see nothing
before him except at the other end a
statue of Abraham Lincoln, not In
Greek clothes,' as somebody said yes
terday, but clad as he was here In Wash
ington when saving the republic of the
"But the gentleman from Missouri ob
jects to the memorial because It is of
Greek architecture. He calls It a Greek
temple From this I know that had the
gentleman from Missouri been In Con
gress when the Mil for the monument to
leorKe Washington was presented that
prols)on for an obelisk 550 feethlBh he
would hae arisen and said.
" 'Was George Washington an Kgyp
li n' Mr Speaker, are we to have an
obelisk In honor of the father of his
countrj' God forhid! Are we to have
obelisk to George Washington, and every
time nca look at it think of Kameses II
nod Tethmosls and Hatshepsut" Are
we to look at th-u towering obelisk and
think of these Kgiptian rulers, and
n ver think of the father of his country.
George Washington "' " The House was
fowling with laughter and applause by
this time, and Mr. Cooper took a long
breath and started again
"The gentleman dreads the thought of
i Greek temple. How he must shudder
wheneer ho- goes along Fifteenth
Mreet. looks up at the Treasury build
ing and foes those Greek columns.
I vs -l he takes another street
PnlU. limit Architecture.
I infer that the gentleman prefers
i.. n m an hiterture for example, the
Ftruituie in tie Wenue, the Post-office
building n iih en.itor Hawley, several
ears ago deitiribed as a cross between
a cathedral and a cotton factory Or
perhaps I ha a still more ardent
adrnratlon for another example of pure
mencan architecture, that lofty red
si d Khiih disllgures Judiciary hquare
mil is ailed the Pulsion Building
I shall ote to build tMs great
memorial hall In honor of Abraham
P pre;entatUe Stephens of Texas es
t rdav introduced a concurrent resolu
tion calling for the rejection of the re
port of tho Lincoln Memorial Commis
sion in fat or of a structure on the Mall
and substituting a plan for the con
struction of a handsome Memorial ha $
r a iditorlum In this cltv. to be knemi,
as the Lincoln Memorial Hall
POPULAR ESSAY SUBJECT
HYATTSVILLE TO HAVE
NEW AUTO SPEED IgMIT
Fifteen Miles an Hour to Be Maximum
, Under Proposed Regulation Dis
position of Fees to Be Determined.
The Major and Common Council of
Hyuttsville propose to pass an ordinance
fixing the maximum speed for automo
biles within the corporate 1'mlts of the
town at fifteen miles per hour. This is
three miles In exces of the State law.
but Corporation Counsel Vincent A.
Sheehy holds that if the local authori
ties had the authority to deviate from
the State law by fixing the speed at
ten miles per hour, they have a right
to make It fifteen miles.
Action on the ordinance has been de
ferred until the matter of the proper
reposltor fcr the fines recently imposed
for violating the speed laws of Hyatts
lille is determined.
The State automobile commissioner
claims the fines belong to tho State, an
suggests a friendly suit to determine the
question. As the result of a conference
recently had with Maor Harry W.
Sheperd. future action In the premises
probably will be determined at a con
ference between the municipal and State
As an additional wirnlng to nutomo
blllsts, large signs at right angles to the
Washington-Baltimore Houlnard will
be placed at the three entrances to the
town It Is noted that since the Major
and Common Council amended the au
tomobile ordinance by depriving the local
officers of their fees In cases of the im
position of lines that not a single ar
rest for speeding has been mado within
tho corporate limits
NATIONAL UNION CELEBRATES.
Olllerra Are Installed nnil llrmurra
The annual Installation of ofllccrs of
Scott Council. No '. National I nlon.
was held last night in the council nan
at Pthian Temple, after which the
members adjourred to the. lltonCafe.
wheie a banquet was sered
Tnose participating included J O C
Roberts, who acted as toast-master, r
Ferguson, tlce president of the na
tional Union Senate. W It Carwer.
president or the cabinet. J. 11 Borland,
and W. D Brown.
The followlmc officers were Installed
at the business session of the council.
President. J O C Roberts, ex-president.
Oeorgo M Moore. Nice president, I
Robins; speaker George A l-asnorn.
usher. T Foust. chaplain. James I
Mathews, recording secretarv. j ji.
Bell, financial secretary. B K Chase,
treasurer. W Case, sergeant-al
arms. F. E. Richards. aoorKeeper, j u
Kingsbury, trusties. J c Mcconneu.
Richards James T Matnens. mem
bers to cabinet. George A LUIngton.
J C Roberts. F. A Warrleld, J i
McConnell. delegate Immediate relief.
George A Livingston
Flam 3,O0O-mlIe Crolsc.
The trulser Salem will leave the PhlK
adelphia Naw 'iard Saturdaj for a 3.000
mile cruise acro- the Atlantic and at
tempt to keep In communication with
the grat wireless Matlon at Arlington
during her entire trip The cruiser Is
now being fitted out the League Island
Navv Tard Just as soon as she passes
the Delaware Capes tests will bo started
She Is the fastest cruiser of her XInd m
Seventh Grade Pupils Show Unusual
Interest Contest Closes
Th-it the subject of the Seventh-grade
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Mr Niwman wants fifty bojs and
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