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THE WASHINGTON TIMEST" TUESDAY MARCH W lM3r
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Cheers BoHTWifsorf "and taft
at ImpressivV Ceremonies
on Stand at Capitol.
(.Continued. Q-oii Kirsl Pace.)
lowed by the Senators anJ members of
ih House of Representatives.
Members of the Cabinet, governors
of States atid Territories, Admiral
Dewey and bis aid. Major General
, 'Wood and his aide, and ofTicers of
' the army and navy who by name bad
'ecelVed the tlianksJof Congress, held
Places In the JIne -which wound through
the long hall and out between the Brcat
Cheers Fpr Wilson.
A preliminary outburst .of applause at
the ippning of the panels to admit the
members or the press had meanwhile
Krown to a roar of welcome from the
thousands massed upon the stage out
i Bide.' as the procession appeared. The
, tens of thousands who stood beyond the
lge of the .amphitheater caught up
' the sound, and as the portly figure of
i the outgoing 'President was distln
1 suisned i the dogrway. and the audi
ence,Jaught sight of the pale, serious,
scholarly figure at--l?ls side, the pent-up
, enthusiasm of all the Democratic vlslt
1 ors bi-bke loose In a demonstration that
, reverberated up against the dome and
i rolled, out over the hill, growing louder
and louder as Taft and Wilson took tip
the Stations assigned them upon the
i Slowly the procession of distinguish
ed Aisltors from the Senate galleries
filed in UDonitheittiicK?-Thc President'
ind his successor seated with Chief"
, .jusucn i iiiio upon Liicir rigm aim
the official committee tinon their left.
h surveisod tlicvo$9inifiCR.Tp'C faces and
wavmg" nats."-nanaKercnicis. oanner-.
and canes, that filled the street and
' i park to Jthe viiorth, east, and south.
The lornier vice Presidents, supreme
Court. Vice President Marshall, mem
bers of the Senate and former Sena
4BCwero placedat---the right. Nest
totSrtfSm werfcthfe members'-elect and
retiring- members of the House, while
nt the left were stationed the foreign
diplomats, military and- naval dignitar
ies. Cabinet members, governors, and
other specially honored officials.
Wilson Takes Oath.
Chief Justice "White rose, and facing
tlio President-elect, who stood up .with
man and life companions the address
eVcry once In, h. while of "Snor Oas-tro."-
For tho Utile dark-visaged man
mentioned Is -no 'other than Clpriano
Castro. forrneV 'President- of Venezuela
and "dictator" of that South American
republic, who more than' once defied
this and European nations.
Will Remain Several Days.
Ciprlar.o Castro is in Washington to
attend the inauguration. He Is stopping
at the ndlevuV Motel and Is going to
stop there for several more days prior
to his departure for New York. He Is
nccompauied by -his brother-in-law,
Simon Bello, formerly of Venezuela and
row of Curacoa. and his Interpreter.
Castro denied the recent statement at
tributed to him that he was invited to
attend the Inaugural ceremonies by
"General Castro has recovered from
his long Illness, and is taking this op
portunity to visit the various large
countries," said one of the men in the
Castro rarty today. "Whenever the
time comes that ho may bo called back
to Vencucla, as it Is possible the people
of that country may call him back, he
will not be able to travel."
His Visit Is Unofficial,
Castro Is reticent when asked 'concern
ing his probable return to his' native
land. The former "dictator" "Is In this
country under the protest of the De
partments ofS tate and Commerce and
l,abor. iic is uuuwuu iu itriiiam pern
Ing a decision from the State Depart
Castro has not been recognized either
officially or unofficially by any mem
bers of Washington's official or diplo-
tlve of the nation wa's raised ro attest
Ids purpose teCififfBtertnfcIavr.-Tind
ns his lips tcMcfea'J.ttielIntjr Book", it
1 deepened as he turned'toKo people and
in his Inaugural-kddrc?Siave them his
pledge of loyally ri'icc .
When the lapt"-:w6nlaf..the address
- had been uttered, tne; tneinbers .ofJtha
Senate, headed by; 'thlr. sergeant-alarms,
secretary .and jtew Presiding Of
ficer, returnea-iaajtprocessien .to their
-'chamber. vi ?'', ' J '
'President Wihsbn." -and -Former PresS-
xdent Taft, escorted y the committee t-
on arrangements, ,iana jairty ueaienea
by the cheers oJK100!,000 spectators, -made
their wav to "the carriages: which were
to be the cent&C-oClinterjest In .the In-
dugural paradeTBpwIoc-and lifting his
' fcat to left andXlJsb,t2e;-prjUiden:
k Settled hlmselfln-liISsckr;i'the'.crowas'
tipened , out
avenue and 5"thef;4ljaflguTa
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Former PrmRir .'of. 'Venezuela
Joining the 'crowds -of inaugural vfs
Itors as an ordinary jedestrian, an In
ternational character-one -whose very.
name galls tne,;otnciai3 01 -more man
one nation eJb(n;d"KJils ; .way about
Washington tbUafeo.-JXpt once was 'the
nark-visaLged lrotvldwilwho pushed -wid
Jammed witK'tmmijle laborers, lakers,
nd others wliolmaJ:e,'Up thfe throngs
here during 'thfc,ljituisural festivities
recognized. r"i '"--" '
Probably halb.er'c:rowd-or some one
In it been lesihpw$tedinthe. prepara
tions for the.para3eVthey would .have"
recognized fro'jnUie4Jlow of Spanish
conversation ,carrled'"orf between the
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IQ, PAID m SAYINGS
THE BANK OF PERSONAL, SERVICE
HKSornrES oyer $7,000,000.00.
Every Business Man Needs
FINANCIAL HELP, occasionally, in the regular
course of his business, whether his operations are large
One of the MANY ADVANTAGES of having an
account with The Commercial. National Bank is that
customers, in good standing, can always get help, when
help is needed.
Consult with our officers relative to YOUR business
and financial requirements.
The Commercial National Bank
Cor. 14th and G Streets
THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE
Alexandria Is Deserted
For the Inauguration
Alexandria Is practically deserted to
day. Ever since early morning the
cars and ferry boats have been packed
and Jammed with people en route to
Washington. The traffic officials esti
mate' that they car-led over 10,000
persons up to noon today. There have
been no accidents of any kind.
Doubled by Inaugural
Mall business in the capital has nearly
doubled In the past two days, Mlllfonsj
of post cards are being sent out of thq
city by inaugural visitors. Thirty-two
'extra clerks have been put to work tit,
the city postoffice to keep this flood of
cards moving. ' fo fsr there has been tip
congestion -or tie-up or themails, out
It has" been 'a titanic task to keep them
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