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Yesterday's Circulation, 48,069.
WASHINGTON, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 3, 1913.
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INAUGURAL THRONGS CHEER SUFFRAGE PARAjj
ARRIVAL OF WILSON
EAGERLY AWAITED
BY 250,000 VISITORS
President-Elect, on Special Train, to Reach
f . Union Station and Go Directly to Hotel,
Where He Will Confer Late This Afternoon
With Vice President-Elect Marshall.
HALLS AND GALLERIES AT CAPITOL
ARE JAMMED WITH SIGHTSEERS
Two hundred thousand visitors sire in the city this
afternoon to welcome President-elect Woodrow Wilson of
New Jersey.
He and his family arrive on thePrinceton students'
special train at 3 :45v o'clock this afternoon. They go to the
Shbreham Hotel, under the Princeton student body escort.
Mr. Wilson will confer with Mr. Marshall late this af-
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ternoon. -
The city is filled' with the leaders of Democracy and
the followers of Democratic principles. 'It is- a holiday
Jthrong, bubbling rwiej2jjidpir0i'f
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William Jennings, Bryan, slatScrasecre&ry orState,
came into the city today amid wild acclaim Governors
.Craig of North Carolina, Dunne of Illinois, and a throng
of others followed. Josephus Daniels, scheduled, to be Sec-
yjaf Navy, is here.
Vice President Marshall, second in command of the
of state, conferred today with Senator Gore. He alsj
recetred many Indiana citizens and
Waiblngton friends. Social engage-
fetaryj
ship
IS
Mats-are barred, with the exception
ef the Lamb-Farley dinner In the
,"WIllard Hotel tonight
Streets Are Jammed.
The streets. Jammed .by crowds.- to
day contained militiamen, marching
clubs, suffrag-ettes here for this after
noon pageant and even sneak thieves.
Washington is en fete. Clear, cold
weather, with a Weather Bureau prom
ise of, flr. warmer weather for the in
auguration day, gladdened the hearts
of every Washington guest.
Pennsylvania avenue was a riotous
scene of color.
In the Union Station people had to
fight their way to the streets because
of the immense throngs awaiting the
arrival of the President-elect or there
to greet friends and watch the other
folks.
All is In readiness for the great Inau
gural parade and for the fireworks tomorrow-
night.
Issues Orders.
Chairman R. N. Harper, of the civic
organisations committee. Issued requests
this afternoon that all civic bodies be
in llneat 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
northeast of the Capitol at New Jersey
avenue. He also Issued requests that
.1.. ti..hm mounted bodies and his
M. he at B street and Delaware ave-; of Nebraska.
h senate office building ati Secretary of
1:30 o'clock sharp.
The arrival of the Irlquois Club of
San Francisco was an agreeable sur
prise, B Mr. Harper had anticipated
that this section would be canceled.
The Queen's county delegation of New
York also reported to Mr. Harper this
'afternoon. ,
At the Capitol thousands of visitors
rloned the galleries and corridors.
while weary legislators tried in
(Continued on Fourth Page.)
SO
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GARNET
NOW COMPLETE
Franklin J. Lane for Secretary
of Interior, and Garrison
for War, on Slate.
Unofficial advices reaching Washing
ton late this afternoon are that President-elect
Wilson has completed his
Cabinet. The slate, which It is assert
ed on good authority, will be announced
tonight or tomorrow, includes Interstate
Commerce Commissioner Franklin J.
Lane for Secretary of Interior; Llndley
Garrison, of New Jersey, for Secretary
of War. and David S. Heuston, of
Missouri, for Secretary of Agriculture.
Prof. Heuston is a prominent educa
tor of St. Louis.
This makes the complete Cabinet list
as follows:
Secretary of State, William J. Bryan,
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civilized nation on earth, gave the-world today-its grckim
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ROSTER AND ROUTE QF SUFFRAGE PAGEANT
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a private citizen be elevated to the highest; position iriJp
world. iVi , c V-
The parade was a visible demonstration of Xte-Ofe "r
fragettes in their fight for votes. It all but overshadowed:'
the cereiBonlM at tomorrow ami at--;-
tracted thoaaaads to taacKy.
Harvey W., Wfler. Jr.. the. cooatry's '
baby votes-for-womea crssader, '
MIm H. JC Totasr. the eJcktrerw-yer-old
pioneer In the- equal righto
movements, were but two of ta ttM-f-.
sands in line. "
It was the result of a flfty-gve-year
battle for balloU In the TJnlted Mates.
R EXPLOSION
Mrs.
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WEATHER REPORT.
FORECAST TOR THE DISTRICT.
Fair tonlKbt and probably Tuesday
mornlnc; Unsettled Tuesday afternoon
or nVht; warmer tonight.
TEMPERATURE8.
U. a BUREAU. I AFFLECK'S.
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the Treasury. William
O. McAdoo, of New York.
Secretary of the Interior. Franklin K.
Ine. of California.
Attorney General, James McReynoIds,
ot Tcnr.ensee.
Secretary of War, Llndley SI. Garri
son, of JCew Jersey.
Secretary 6f the Navy, Josephus Dan
iels, of North Carolina.
Postmaster General, Albert S. "Burle
son, o Texas.
Secretary of Commerce, William C
Redneld, of New York.
Secretary of Agriculture, David 8.
Heuston, of Missouri.
Secretary of Labor, William B. Wil
son, of Pennsylvania.
Would Dissolve Trust.
TRENTON. N. J.. March 2. Suit for
dissolution of an alleged "Thread
trust" was brouKht In tho U7nltM
States court here today by Attorney
John B. Vreeland. The American
Thread Company was named as the
A perpetual Injunction
11 a. in., 27 1 11 a. m snagainsi tne comDine was asked re-
Unoen... 37l2noon 39'stralnlns them from further alleged
lp, m 37 1 1 p. m 4 violations of the Sherman anti-trust
I p. m..., 41 I 2 p. rn 5 laws.
Orand marshal, ,
Richard Coke Burleson.
Mounted aids.
Mounted herald, -Miss
Inez Milhqlland.
Amendment float "We aeraano an
amendment to mo uniwa aulo
Constitution enfranchising the wom
en of the country." .,
Ushern Offiqers of the Nationsl
American Woman suffrage Associa
tion; president, the rev. Anna Iow
ard Shaw, Pennsylvania: first vice
president. Miss Jane Addams, Chi
cago; second vice president. Miss C.
Anita Whitney. California; corres
ponding secretary. Mrs. Mary Ware
Dennett, New York: recording secre
tary. Mrs. Susan Walker Fitzgerald,
Boston: treasurer, Mrs. Kathenne
Dexter McCormick, Boston; first audi:
tor; Mrs. Harriett Burton Laldlaw,
New York; second auditor. Mrs. J. T.
Bowen, Chicago.
FIRST SECTION.
Irge banner, -'Women of the World
Unite."
Banner, "Countries where women
have full suffrage." ,
Norway contingent followed by float.
Klnlnnrt rnntlneent followed by float.
New Zealand contingent followed by
float.
Australian contingent followed by
float.
Banner "Countries where women
have partial MUffrage."
Swedish contlncent Leader with na
tional flag of Denmark and followed by
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colors.
Danish contingent Leader with na
tion flag of Denmark and followed by
ten girls in Danish colors.
Iceland's contingent Leader with na
tional flag and followed by ten girls in
Iceland's colors.
Great Britain's contingent Leader
with national flag, three girls dressed to
represent Wales, five girls for Scot
land, seven girls for Canada, five girls
for Ireland, and three girls for India.
Austro-Hungary contingent Leader
with national flag and followed by Bo
hemians from Baltimore, three Bos
nians, three Tyroleans.
Belgian contingent Leader with na
tional flag and followed by ten girls In
costume of Flanders.
Banner "Countries where women are
working for -suffrage." -
Float Group representing women of
. Bible lands:
SECOND SECTION.
Mounted herald.
Miss Janet Burns.
Band.
Mounted brigade.
The pioneers.. .
Pioneers In automobiles.
Float "As It Was'in 1S40."
Mrs. Harvey W. .Wiley, leader.
Float-"As It Was In 170."
Miss Grace Ross, leader.
Float "As It Was In 1890."
Miss Kathertnq Hitchcock, leader.
Float "Today."
Miss Hazel Roberts leader.
. THIRD SECTION.
Mounted Herald.
Band.
Mounted brigade Virginia division.
Mrs. A. B. Whitney, leader.
Float-"In the Field."
Miss Mary I. Decker. Jr.. and Mr.
Kercheval Evans Smith,
Women farmers.
Mrs. Clara Taylor, leader.
Float "In the Home."
Mr. Herbert W. Cornell, Miss Eunlco
Hoffman, and Miss Pauline Coleman.
Homemakers.
Mrs. Sturtevant Moore, leader.
Float "In Patriotic Service."
Miss May Howard and Mr. William
George.
Nurses.
Miss Prlscllla Page, mounted leader;
Mlts Lillian Wald, leader.
Float "In Education."
Miss Margaret Gage and Mr. Maurice
Cohen.
College women.
Miss Eliza Hardy Lord, leader.
Float "In the Practice of Law."
Miss Rebecca Blaine and Mr. W. Edgar
Lcedy.
Women lawyers.
Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussey, leader.
Float "In the Practice of Medicine."
Dr. May D. Baker and Dr. Daniel S.
Lamb.
Women doctors.
Dr. A. Frances Foye.
Women pharmacists.
Float "In Labor."
Miss Ruth Fuller and Mr. John Brodle.
Mrs,
"Wage earners.
Float "A labor story-"
-More wage-earners.
inoBt "In government."
.Mrs, -Nora Todd Goldstone, -Mr. Hunt
aioer.
FOURTH SECTION.
Band.
Women-in Government service.
Miss Lily Roy Glenn, leader.
Business women.
Mrs. E. B. Newman, leader.
Teachers,
Miss Ruth M. Oberly, leader.
Social workers,
Mrs. W. G. Stuart. leader.
Librarians,
Miss Harriet J. Hifton, leader.
Float "An enlightened press Is making
an enlightened people."
Helen H. Gardener, writer; ar.
Thomas Walnwarlng, artist.
Writers,
Mrs. Owen KHdaire. leader.
Artists,
Mrs. Irving Moller. leader.
Actresses.
Miss Fola La Follette, leader.
Musicians,
Mrs Estelle WUloughby Ions, leader.
Float.
FIFTH SECTION.
Ununlformed marchers.
Band
Friends Equal Rights Association.
Mrs. Gulon Miller, leader.
SIXTH SECTION.
The Appeal of the States.
Mounted herald.
Band.
Marchers from tho political parties.
Senators and Representatives from suf
frage States.
Mounted brigade.
Banner float "Nine States of Light
Among Thirty-nine of Darkness.
National council of women voters.
Dr. Cora King, mounted leader.
Delegations from the equal suffrage
States.
Wyoming.
Miss Estelle Hulimun, leader.
Colorado.
Mrs. Horton Pope, leader.
. Utah.
Idaho.
. .'Washington.
Mrs. Clara .Morton, leader.
California.
Mrs. E. V. Spencer, leader.'
Arizona.
Kansas.
Oregon.
National Men's League for Women Suf
frage. ,
Mr. James Lees Laldlaw, leader.
SEVENTH SECTION.
Delegation from States working for
equal suffrage.
I. States where suffrage amendment has
passed both houses.
Golden chariot Montana.
Golden chariot Nevada.
Golden chariot New York.
Golden chariot South Dakota.
Woman's band.
The Pilgrims.
Miss Rosalie Jones, leader.
II. Other States:
Arkansas. Alabama. Connecticut. Mrs.
A. E. Scranton Taylor, leader: Dela
ware. District of Columbia. Florida,
Georgia, Mrs. Sam Jones, leader; Illi
nois. Indiana. Iowa, Kentucky, Mrs.
Charles Firth. leader; Louisiana,
Maine. Band. Maryland, Massachu
setts. Mrs. Glendower Evans, leader;
Michigan. Minnesota, Mississippi.
Float "First State to Grant Property
Rights to Women."
Mrs. H. L. Thompson, leader.
Missouri.
Float "Suffrage for Missouri, 1914."
Miss Genevieve Clark, leader.
Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey.
New Mexico. North Carolina, North
Dakota. Ohio. Mrs Harriet Taylor Up
ton, leader: Oklahoma.
Float "Liberty Bell."
Pennsylvania. Rhode Island, South
Carolina, Tennessee, Mrs. Martha
Scott Conser. leader; Texas. Vermont.
Virginia, Miss Janette FltzHugh,
leader: West Virginia. Mrs. Ethel Mc
Bee, leader; Wisconsin.
Band.
State car. bearing women to represent
each of tho equal suffrage States, and
surrounded by marching women to
represent the non-suffrago States.
Pioneers In automobiles.
Automobiles.
DELAYS SPECIALS
Engineer and Fireman Hurled
Fiftv Feet When Boiler
of Engine Bursts.
ELIZABETH. N. X, March f Sev
eral persons were Injured, two perhaps
fatally, by the bursting of the boiler
of a Pennsylvania, passenger engine
outside Rahway this morning at 9:30
o'clock. The engineer of the train, J. A.
Hennlcker, of Newark, is dying- in the
Elizabeth Hospital here, and the fire
man. Edward Monnley. of Jersey City.
Is In the same institution, with only a
light chance for recovery.
A surveyor in the employ of the Key
stone Construction Company, who wa
standing alongside the track when the
boiler blew up, was badly scalded.
Medical aid was given him by Rahway
physicians. , ..,.,.
The boiler was blown sixty-feet In .the
air Th pxrilasion occurred when the
train was alongside the Wheatena
building, and every window In the north
side of the structure was shattered by
The engineer was hurled through the
cab, and the unconscious form of Fire
man Monnley was picked up fifty feet
from the spot where the explosion oc
curred.
Thr was a nanlc amonff the paS'
unmr, nn the train. The locomotive
was attached to a train made up of
Eassenger coaches. In which were mem
era of a cadet corps from Salem,
Mass.. on the way to Washington to at
tend the Inauguration ceremonies.
At 11:13 the Pennsylvania officials re
ported that three of the four tracks
blocked by the wreck at Rahway had
been cleared and that traffic' waa being
moved normally.
Blizzard Kills Three
And Hurts Eleven
BUFFALO. N. Y;. March 3.-Three-dead
and eleven Injured was the record
loft in Buffalo totlav after one of the
I worst blizzards in years. The wind
struck a mark or seveniy-eigni mues an
hour. It was laden with snow, and
the temperature was around zero.
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Supporting the American woman la ker
nght, came over sea and land" it rim '
from thos other countries of Eureee ,
and Asia to' whoa the ballet haa.beea .
granted and those looking forward wK
that in view. .
TaUeaaz Are Skews.
The parade waa but a part'of the
great demonstration. Historical and
allegorical tableaux, participated in by
America's loveliest women, waa a cH
max to the entire affair. On the. south
front of the bi Treasury; building;
where are gathered thousands, the suf
fragettes gave living pictures of their
struggle. '
. There were three distinct features te
the demonstration the parade, .a series
of tableaux, on the Treasury Depart
ment steps, and, tonight, a series or
mass meetings.
That today's demonstration was dis
tinctly for and by women was. the key
note forced home to all' observers. The
women evinced that theirs was no part
of the inaugural ceremonies. Complete 0
divorce as a theme and Idea from the
Inaugural was emphasized.
, Women of AH Classes.
Flower of American womanhood
Joined in the celebration. Society lead
ers In hundreds from all cities trudged
sturdily beside humble housewives.
Actresses, opera singers and profession
al women 'whose names are known In
every country Joined with" enthusiasm.
Senators, Congressmen and leaders of
(Continued on Second Page.
IN CONGRESS TODAY
SENATE.
Met at 9 :45 o'clock.
Long wrangle over army comarmatloes .
In executive session.
District bill conference report agreed tow
Jam over appropriations still continues,
but progress being made.
HOUSE.
House met at 9:30 o'clock.
Large number of routine and private
bills passed while members waited for
conference" reports on supply bills.
Conference reporton Postofflce bill' approved.
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