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THE WASHINGTON - TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 26, 1913. .
INDIAN WOMEN TO
MARCH IN PAGEANT
Suffragettes Plan to Show Greater Equality Exists in Tribal
Affairs for Squaws Than Is Accorded to
LYmJwm ft A tffe 'ik A ' fld"yJi'' J
PRESS CLUB TRACK
Secretary-Meyer and Others to
Face -Starter Alfred Henry
Lewis Thursday Night.
Mounted' on their favorite steeds, five
gentleman riders' will face Starter
Alfred, .Henry Lewis at the National
Press Club track nest Monday night.
The riders arc to be Henri' W. Savage.
the Impresario; Edward B. Moore. Com
missioner of Patents: George von L.
Meyer. Secretary of the Navy; Dr.
"William A. "White, alienist, psychiatrist,
and presiding officer at St. Elizabeth's;
and John Philip Sousa, the bandmaster
These gentleman riders will mount
their favorite hobby-horses and will run
about six furlongs, or as far as they
can go in ten minutes. The horses they
are grooming Tor the event may sur
prise some of the spectators of the
race." for Mr. Savage, for Instance, is
much more likely to talk of his real
real estate successes than of his dra
matic and musical venture.. He was
a real estate dealer before he became
an impresario, thus accounting, accord
ing to Mr. Lewis, for his being uni
versally called "Colonel."
.Meyer's Hobby Is Skating.
Secretary Meyer's hobby is not battle
ships, flften as he feels called upon to
talk of the need of dreadnaughts. Mr.
.aieyer's hobby is ice skating, and how
to do. the sprcadeagle and the grape
vine. Rumor that Mr. Meyer will bring
a pair of roller skates to the club that
evening to Illustrate his points can
not -be substantiated. Mr. Meyer will
go' to the Press Club unaccompanied.
Dr. White" "will give a little disserta
tion on the moon. The head of St.
Elizabeth's, is particularly Interested in
the 'correlation of lunar tides and hu
Mr. Sousa will tell of the joys and
panes of authorship, not of composing
music, -but of, writing -books. His Inti
mates 'know that -'the composer and
bandmaster would much rather write
and;talk of submerged tenths and Sfth
strings than of diminished sevenths and
Lewis's Solemn Promise.
Mr. Moore's hobby Is not patents,- but
the keeping of his identity distinguish!
from the other Moores of Washington.
On-; this theme "he has often had con
versations with Congressmen J. Hamp
ton knd John M. Moore, with Prof.
WllllsJL. Moore, the weather shap; with
Attorney Percy H. Moore, and with
Tom Moore, jthe. theatrical magnate;
Tom Moore, the clergyman; Tom Moore,
the printer: Tom Moore, the publisher;
Tom Moore, -the chauffeur; and Tom
Moore, the cook. The Commissioner of
Patents has not discriminated against
thejSpoet, but has- sever .been -able to
meet him. ,
Mr.. Lewis ha .given the entertain
ment committee a solemn promise to
start nothing he cannot finish.
Ambassador Bryce, Speaker Clark.
Secretary MacVeach. Gen. Leonard
"Wood. Dr.-W. H. "Welch. Thomas Nel-
mlral Bobert E. Peary. Dr. Harvey AV.
Wiley. Glfford Pinchot, Prof. Willis L.
Moore, Secretary Knox, Count von
Bemstortf. Victor Herbert. Dr. S. W.
Stratton. William J. Burns, and John
Temple Graves are the hobby riders of
WEATHER FOR YEAR
Prof. H. H. Clayton Says It Can
Be Done If Carnegie Foun
dation Furnishes Money.
Like the almanac makers and the as
trologers of old. the weather specialists
are now planning to extend their fore
casts from,slx months to a year ahead
of time If the Carnegie Foundation
gives an endowment of $3,000,000 to inau
gurate an international weather bureau,
which is said to be probable, the work
will be undertaken by meteorologists.
'lit is the dream of the weather inSh
ultimately to make accurate weatber
forecasts for a year," says Prof. Henry
H. Clayton, the noted scientist, of New
"This could not be done In tho United
States, for Instance, solely on dai that
could be gathered within the boundaries
of this country. Information gathering
stations would have to be established
In the remotest places of the caith to
furnish data to all countries. The in
stitution would have a quesl-govemment
relation similar to the Red Cross So
ciety." Y. M. C. A. ATHLETES
Reception to Be Given National
Manager, Trainer Martin,
and Player Henry.
TO HONOR GRIFFITH
A, reception in honor of Clark Griffith,
manager of the Washington baseball
team; "Mike" Martin, trainer of the
- team, and John Henry, one of Its most
popular players, will be held in the
boys' department of the Washington
Y. M. C A. next Thursday afternoon.
Anathletlc program Is to be given for
theguests by the baseball league oX the
department, which comprises nine
teams, each named, after a player on
The league season is to run until next
April, when each team's count of runs
will be added up, and the winning team
uIII be the guests of the association at
a banquet.- The three high men will be
awarded outings of. fifteen, .ten and six
days,-. respectively, at the summer camp
of the boya at South Hirer, Md. 1
Her White Sister.
Indian women will march in the suf
fragette pageant. Their "white sisters"
from the Indian commission department
will also march.
The plans of Mrs. Glenna S. Tlnnln,
organizer of the pageant, call for a
striking contrast in this section, show
ing the difference between the rights of
the Indian squaw and her more civil
ized white sister. The Indian squaw in
the tribal relation Is equal to the In
dian man; the white woman Is not equal
to man in the .legislative, and executive
part of government.
Mrs. Tlnnln is having the assistance
of leading women In tho Indian com
mission. Big Mass Meeting Planned.
Dr. Anna Shaw, president of the Na
tional American Eaual "Suffrage Asso
elation. Is coming -.here to'assist in or
ganizing the pageant' amT'to march at
the head of the ranks. Miss Florence
Kelly, a noted social wqrkcr, who Is
coming here this week to tell Congress
about child labor conditions, will also
assist In the pageant plans. A mam
moth mass meeting- is being planned In
her honor, and as a means of interest
ing hundreds of Washlngtonlans, In this
woman whose fame Is second only to
Miss Jane Addams, of Hull House,
Virginian women are agitated about
the announcement that New York,
Philadelphia and 'Baltimore women are
to be "messengers" ahead of the suffra
gette army, and there is a likelihood
that some of the group of horsewomen
will constitute a body - to bring Vir
Rejoice Over Victory.
Subscriptions to the pageant work
have been coming in satisfactorily, and
there is sow no doubt of the financial
success of the affair. A proposition
from William S. Riley for use of the
inaugural" reviewing 'stands Is under
consideration, but "the womep will have
the stand at Sherman square, regard
less of the Riley plans. There is great
rejoicing among the leaders today be
cause of the signal victory over the
inaugural committee in regard to the
"We find that men from the suffrage
States are more gallant and polite to
women than the men fom other sec
tions," declared one of the leaders to
day, apropos of the Inaugural commit
tee's attitude of opposition in the stands
"We hear it said sometimes that the
vote would mean that we would be. In
sulted. It doesn't happen in suffrage
States, but we find to our sorrow that
there is a lack of' gallantry elsewhere
Will Outdo Panl Revere.
"Paul "Revere is to be outdone by an I
Amazon rider for the suffragettes 'just
previous to the big pagnant. The ride
will be not of one night, but of a day or
two. However, for the horsewoman
must ride not the scant twenty miles
from Boston to Concord Town, but up
waril of 250 miles from New York to
This is the latest proposition an
nounced m the way of spectacular
events for the pageant pt women March
3. Details of the event have not been
arranged, but the rider has been se
lected from among the fairest of those
who have arranged to ride to Wash
ington in the troop of -Mrs. Ruhlln.
Plan Trip in Relays.
There Is a plan on foot. If the ride
seems too much, to have the trip made
In relays. Miss Mllholand may start the
Journey, and Miss Crystal Eastman
Benedict, designated as one of the her
alds for the pageant; Mrs. Beatrice
Forbes-Robertson. Hale and Miss Janet
Burns, of New York, likely will com
The courier idea Is entirely separate
from the "hlkinjr party," and from the
farty of riders jvho intend to come here,
t is said. There will be no demonstra
tion along the way.
Male Suffragettes Coming.
Philadelphia will furnish a group of
men marchers for the army of "Gen."
Rosalie Jones. The party will join at
Philadelphia. The members of this
group arc supporters of the woman
A suffrage association is now being
organized among the clerks of Govern
ment departments. Inasmuch as there
Is no objection on the part of the Civil
Service Commission, the women arc
planning a meeting for Thursday to or
ganize for assisting In the pageant.
Miss Lucv Burns, of Brooklyn. N. v..
was a speaker before the suffragette
meeting in the home of Mrs. Henry B.
Simpson late yesterday afternoon. She
defended the militancy of the English
women. Mrs. Robert M. La Kollette was
the chief speaker before a meeting In
the home of Mrs. Emma S. Tcnny In
the Rochambeau apartments.
A number of meetings are planned for
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William St, New York-Advertisement
this week, the first of which will be at
3 o'clock, this afternoon at Pythian
Temple. Suffragette leaders will urge
tlfe merits of their cause, and outline
Band Contract Let
Jacob G. Moddy, chief musician of the
Second Infantry Band of the District,
has obtained the contract for supplying
all the bands in the suffragette parade.
Senator Martin and Senator Gude
have been added to the suffragette ad
visory committee. Word" has been re
ceived from Pittsburgh that about 100
society people will come here to take
part in the pageant.
Would Be Dictator
Preliminary to the speech of Congress
man Jones in .the House yesterday, advo
cating Philippine Independence, Delegate
Manuel Quezon, of the Islands, de
nounced as false the published reports
that Gen. Emillo Aguinaldo would be
come- active In Philippine political life
under the proposed new regime. Quezon
said he had the best of grounds for
declaring that Aguinaldo. would continue,
in private .lire.
-Jones said that Aguinaldo- had refused
numerous offers of high office from
President Taft and from his own people-
since the war, and that his innuence
was always exerted toward securing
self-development by the Filipinos as a
prerequisite to' 'independence.
Taft Grants Pardon
To Trio of Prisoners
.Harry X. Rapp', who was convicted In
June, 1913, of an offense toward a
vniinir vnmin. trna freed by the Presi
dent yesterdayon the recommendation
of. Attorney .General wicjtersoam.
Rapp is a cripple.
The Attorney General held that there
were circumstances 'In the case that;
created a grave doubt as to Rapp's
guilt. Rapp had been sentenced to five
'The sentence of Ralph Davenport, a
young New York farmer, convicted of
selling .veal from an animal that had
not reached killing age, was commuted
to expire immediately.
Similar action was taken in the case'
of Mariano F. Sena, convicted at Santa
Fe. N M.. of utterlne forged census
vouchers in IOC
Sir Horace Plunkett
And President Guests
. Officials of the Southern Commercial
Congress will have as guests of honor
tomorrow night, at a dinner in the
Shoreham Hotel, president Taft. and
SIr'Horace PIunkett,'bt'lrelandVa mem
ber of parliament.1.,
Sir Horace will make a three months'
tour of Europe with the foreign .com
mission of Congress. He is noted as
founder' of the agricultural co-operative
movement of Ireland.
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Hay Teveri Catarrh,
and Colds, Clears
the head frith' sa-i
p r I a iar qulckn ess
and lsr suaraatted
to ive aaUatacUea
la 'erary way. Easy
Sc tubea wittthls,
Sal. Ammoniac, enough for ftl
batteries. Pound ;. llrC
lQc Cosmo ButtermUk Soap. 1C
I cak'ea In box ......... J.OC
Aspirin Tablets, dojn, 10c; t?fL
100 in bbttle"....:..-...;.'.;t , uW"
Qraln Alcohol, pint battle .SSc
Castor Oil. the beat"4-o,,b.atUa Wc
Glycerincand Rosa "Water, for
chapped akin, 8 ox. bottlea.'.nsc
Senna' Leaves. 4 ozs. 3c
Brown 'Mixture, the old-time- ''
cough remedy; S or. bottle ISc
' Triontl Powder:
10 grams each. 1
12'lri; a tbottlc; usually sold
for !?c Cut to 1
'Arasocras s ron Jaei cm.iu. iyv-K-erfectoi5las6er.3ifo-Se:
f . r in i
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Li fV! .
1 1 "
i I mm-rn.
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