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more, Arthur, Cleveland, Roose
velt. Qhio W. H. Harrison, Hayes,
Garfield, McKinley, TafL
Virginia Washington, Jeffer
son, Madison, Monroe, Tyler.
Massachusetts John Adams,
John Quincy Adams.
Tennessee Jackson, Polk,
Illinois Lincoln", Grant
Indiana Benj. Harrison1.
THEY HELP NOMINATE,
BUT GET NO VOTE.
Washington, May 27. The
choice of the sovereign people of
the District of Columbia for the
Democratic nomination for pres
ident is being freely expressed at
the primary polls here toay.
And a lot of husky ginks are
seeing to it that the sovereign
people don t get too heavy in
their choosing, and that thejfree
and enfranchised Jicullud,. jfcm.
men' of Booker T. Washington s
race, do not do any choosing at
There are three tickets. Two
of them are instructed for
Speaker Champ Clark, whom
Willie Ranoften Hearst already
"No other candidates have
tickets in the field. They were
allowed to. The third ticket is
uninstructed, and unimportant,
Champ 'Clark's managers say
they are- sure to win. It will be
strange if he does not.
.The negroes are parading the
streets, carrying banners and
singing. But they are not voting.-
They have had experience
in the past with the strong-arm
gentlemen who in Washington"
a,re called "watchmakers," and
walk blocks' ta avoid a polling
" The polls opened at 3 o'clock
this afternoon. They will close
at . t
It is worth npting that after
today's scrap the sovereign peo
ple of the District of Columbia
are througl. They don't have a
vote; all they can do is. help nom
inate and not much of that.
, FASHION FRIVOLS.
White shoes for white frocks
are stylish' and will be in good
taste all the summer,
A touch of lace is used on prac
tically every garment or acces
sory where a dainty trimming1 is
A smart white satin skirt has a
new neck finish showing the nar
row flat coljar, the front of shirt
being turned back in V effect.
This opening is filled in with soft
folds of flesh-colored chiffon. The
sleeves are slightly shirred into a
The tendency is still toward
low neckwear, though plaited
ruffs of maline. all black or black
over white maline or lace, are be
ing used with the collarless gown
as a dress-up adjunct.
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