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THE WASHINGTON TD1ES, TUESDAY, MARCH 4; 1913.
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MountedChiefs Are Picturesque
Feature of Parade in Honor
of New President.
Forty Indian braves under the com
mand, of Col. Dick Plunkett, allied by
Colv Fred Cummins, formed a pictur
esque; feafurc of the inaugural parade
Which harked back to the 'Wild West '
part of the inaugurat'on of Colonel
Roosevelt eight years ago.
.The rekskins have been u feature of
the crowds which have thronged the
streets "for the paBt few days. More
than fifteen tribes are represented and
the vis'tors -are given a good idea ot
tho oifferent characteristics of the
Colonel Plunkett had some difficulty
in obtaining: mounts for the Indians,
but Anally succeeded, so they are ridinw
In tho parade, making it "possible to
shown them oft to better nOyuntage to
the crowds. Booker Clark, of Ellicott
City. Md., provided several hoises forj
Chiefs Call On Sulzer.
The chiefs were taken by Colonel
Flunkett to the WJllard Hotel this
morning to call upon Governor William
Sulzer. U was u unique reception. The
Xtw York executive gave each chief a
Arcoug the Indiana are:
Xorthern Cheyennes. of Tongue Kivep
Agency. Mont., Two Moons, Hen Shoul
der Ulade, Willis Rowland, UtUe White
Man, Wooden Leg, Little Wolf, and
Blackfeet. of Blackfeet Agency. Mont..
Mountain Chief and Richard Sander
villc. Crows, of Crow Agency, Mont., Frank
Shively. Robert Yellow Tail. Plenty
Coups, Dick Wallace, White Man Runs
Him, and Medicine Crow.
Gros Ventres. Mandan.s, and Arikari,
of Fort Berthold Agency, John P,
Young, Louis Baker, Joseph Packineau,
and Drags AVolf.
Sioux and Miniconjou, ' of Chteycnne
River Agency, S. D., Edward Swan.-.
Sioux Ogalala, of Pino .Ridge. Agency,
S. D.. Pin. Red Cloud, Red Hawk, and
Sioux Lower Brule, Big Mane. Henry I
Leeds, Ruben Estes, and Hollow Horn J
Bear, whose' face appears on the new
Menominee, of Keshena Agency. Wfs-
consln, Reginald Osfrkosh. Mitchell j
uuuKtdii, .ma i-uier iraiiiunacuiic.
Flathead, of Flathead Agency, Mon
tana. Alex Matt. Louis Pierre. John
Charles Qualchince. and Angus P. Mc
Donald. Kiowa, of Kiowa Agency. Oklahoma,
Delos and Lone Wolf.
Apache, of Fort Sill, Okla., Tennyson
Yakima, of State of Washington,
Chief Saluskin, Thomas Yallup and
Quinajelt. of State of Washington,
Capt. William Mason. ,
F OUR GOV
Southern Women's Wilson and
Marshall League Host to
An elaborate reception was given in
the mezzanine balcony of the New Wil
iard last night Tor four visiting Demo-,
cratic governors by the District branch
of the Southern Women's Wilson and
Marshall League. The governors pres
ent with their staffs were Mann of Vir
ginia, Brewer of Mississippi, O'Neal of
Alabama, and Craig of North Carolina.
Mrs. George A. Ames, president' of
the organization was at tho head of the
receiving line. Receiving with her
were Mesdanics J. Charles Linthicum.
of Baltimore: W. F. Hancock, John
Costello, J. C. Lee. of Alabama; William
G. Harvey. Marie Graves Bonham, J.
F. Morgan. Etha Patterson Griffin and
After passing the receving line and
being served from the punchbowl, most
of the guests of the evening left, for
there was not room to stand about and
Senate Succeeds in Holding
Up Taft Appointments
After Hard Fight.
The session of Congress closes with
the Democrats in the Senate holding
thefort against confirmation of political
appointments. The new District Com
missioner appointments are among
About 1.400 of the Taft appointments
fail. These Include many men . of
prominence, among them Interstate
Commissioner Clark and Dr. Charles P.
Nelll, until lately Commissioner of La
bor. The Democrats will make a rush
to get these Jobs and all from which
they have shut out Republicans.
Last night the Senate confirmed the
promotions of Colonels Dcvol, Liggett,
and Parker, of the army. Major Ray.
who was promoted to bo lieutenant
colonel, was not confirmed.
Grain Dealers in Session.
VALLEY CITY, N. D.. March 4.-X''e
annual meeting of the North Dakota
Grain Dealers' Association began here
today with a large and ,representativo
attendance. "The convention sessions
will continue until Friday.
Another 'President' Asks
Police to Be Sworn In
Asserting that he had been elected
President, and had come to Washington
to be Inaugurated at noon today. Charles
A. Schwab, sixty years old, of Dallas,
Tex., was arrested by Secret Service
men as he stepped from a train at
Union Station this morning, and was
ntrii 1 the, Was"ngtori Asylum Hos
eonditfSn. 'atl" aa t0 h,a mental
. Schwab had his pockets filled with
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good, pure, clean, wholesome 5c
loaf of bread than in 25c worth of
any other article of food therefore,
you and your children should eat
only, the very best bread.
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fake-telegrams, purporting- to be from
Justice WhlteTa the TfrilWd States Su
premo Court.. losf ot the 'dispatches'
warned lilm 'against? the Secret Service
men. Schwab, who had. apparently writ
ten tlic messages, himself.' proved a llrst
class pronuostleiitor, for no sooner had
he walked through the gates that tho
Secret Service opcrativea had him.'
Sanitary Officer Sroufe was notified,
and had Schwab sent to tiie Washing
ton Asylum Hospital. Dallas detectives,
who arc In Washington for the inaugur
ation, say that Schwab baa been a
familiar figure about the Texas city for
years. He is regarded there, they told
the police, as. a- harmless eranlv."
Beavers Pleads Guilty;
TllKXTON. . J., March '-Abraham
Icuvcrsj fdfiner'j fcnsfifer- otifjlfo JJtlgh
brldgo National, Tfonlq al High Bridge,
pleaded guilty tpday to 'a CharKte of
ombez7jemcnt In' tho United States" dis
trict court. Ills bail of $10,000 Was
continued until 'Jlarcli 17 when he will
bo sentenced. The bank closed Jan
uary zt on discovery o,ta. shortage of
42.0K1. which later grew " to JIS.OOO.
Beavers ma-jr be sentenced to from five
to ten years,' on1 Ills plea. . "fl
Because h. was unable , to procure a
lower! bWtjtibnyijcJtrain 'itjojifjBrlstol.
Va.-Term.if to ttr&Mnfetoii Jjrf ;J. .j
Murphyj.of r&t?tt was j&iabl lo sj
VToodrow Wilson inaugurated President;
Dr. Murphy is "ninety-one years old
anjl has,voted (ho. Democratic ticket for
sixty-Blue yerjU.f Hisffcst vdUf was
cast' for Polk in 1545. Ho attributes his
present . vigor ,t.o .outdoor Jiving and
horseback riding h0 l'4bi..
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