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THEr WASHINGTON TBIES, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1913: r
SOCIETY FOLK IN ,
COURT OF HONOR
Diplomatic Corps, Official Set. Resident Leaders -and Visitors
; . Fill Grandstands to See Finish of ParadePrinceton
Students Occupy Large Section.
A' remarkable gathering of represen
tative TYashlngton society folk. Including-
mtny from the Diplomatic Corps,
official circles, old and new, and rest
dent society, filled the Court of Honor
Members of thc -Austro-HunEsrian,
French, BrltlslC German, Turlcish, Ital
ian, Brazilian, Russian, Japanese, and
iejcica'n eihbaasles,and Swiss legation
occupied Teeita in Section T
r The Cufiarf minister and his daughter?,
tn'ejMIsiesRlyero, had an Interesting
piAywith,,them,3inclu"dinK their house
&uMt,MrsV'R'arnos, 'Rife of the Cuban
consul at Baltimore, .the assistant sec
retary of stale in Cuba, William Pat
tersonprofoijeive'riplne, of tbe-Tjnlver-sftyjof-'Havana,'
Cdngressman Dolz of
Cuba, and, his son;ln;law and daughter,
"Mr. and sirs. jTolons. of. Cuba.
' ti'nests'of Xfiters.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lelter had a
large party; of-'guests- with them as did
Mr. and Mrs. Jiugh-B. Rowland.
"WltliMTs. Charles Boughtoh Wood
ere 'her, house guests, Mrs Knoweranil
Hss Uttrjf'no,' of 'ew York, and Mr.
"and, .Mrs. ''Alfred Hawes, of .Canada.
aad-.the'Rev.-C P. Croft, and Mr. Ham
rAersIey.gf i Connecticut
-Mr. alnd Mrs. H. K, Dulany had wltn
tfcenv their house guesfs, Jlr. and Mrs.
Spencer Carter andMrs. Harry B6lt.
el-Bantmore.'? and Hill Bfcveny ana
"Brig". Sn. J. B. AJeshlre. V. a. A.,
and 'Mrs. Aleshlre had with them Lthelr
gueitaiTor the'weekTMr.'-'and Mrs. V.
A?XBJr,"of Chicago and Capt. anil
Mr.TFred''W.,Staden.t of TVesttPdlnt
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With Congressman and Mrs. Bath
rlckJof.Ohlo. -waa.Dr. a ? Chambers,
and Mr.' ahd Mrs.'"Holbroofce. of .War
den! Oho.-and1Ir.and Mrs.-'W. E.-Den-ntsonr
of san Francisco.
Congressman A. Mitchell Palmer, of
Pennsylvania ahd Mrs. 'Palrher, hau
Vith'them Mr. 'and Mrs. John -Dixon,
jf Jitaryland; airland-JIrs.Fred lv
erlg. .of 'Baltimore, -and BaxnaVd Pal-mr,-of
'Mrs. Hare LlpplnCott and her children,-"
of 'Philadelphia, were tne suesU
of Mr., and Mrs. Frank J. Mitchell-
'WithSenator andi-Mrs: William "Jent
,of California was an interestlng.party
Including Mrs. A. E. Kent and Mrs.
Al?x McCov of California. Mr. and Mrs.
.CJ-awford Green of -San-Francisco, Miss
Elizabeth F. Kent, and Albert. Thomas
and Blllv Kent, also Mrs. John Rogers
.of Jfew Tork. and 'Mrs. Serree Brlnton
- The Minister of Guatemala, and his
daughter. Senonta Mendez. had a party
with them, including -Senor Batres
Jauregui. who 5s In Washington repre
eentlng Guatemala at the inauguration.
With Mr. Justice and Mrs. Lurton
were their house guests. Prof. John H.
'Fmlel- and Mrs. Finley of New Tork,
and Mr. and Mrs. Horace VanDe
anter." Social Leaders Present.
DrV-and Mrs. T. V. Hammona and the
Misses Hammond had a party vwth
them. -as did Mr. and Mrs. Bernard R.
Green, George Hellen, George P. James.
W. B. Hibbs. Joseph L. Anderson, F.
,7- McKeKnny, Mr. and Mrs. Henry B
,F.i"Macfarland, Charles H. Grasty. of
'Baltimore; E. F. Yoakum of California,
Congressman and Mrs. Stephens of
California, and 'Miss Barbara Stephens,
Mr. and "Mrs-Armistead Petec, jr., Mr.
";and Mrs. Perry Belmont, Mr. and Mrs.
Jfemmick, 'Dr. and Mrs. Guy Fairfax
."Whiting and. the Mlsses Whiting. Aldis
ft. Browne. Mr. and Mrs. John F.
fynkes. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilkes,
Andrew , Parker. Rhlnelander Waldo,
police commissioner of New York clt :
C. R. McCauley of the New York Worjd,
Brig. Gen. Jamas A. Buchanan, U. S.
A., and Miss Buchanan. George E. Ham
ilton. Mr. and Mrs. William Corcoran
"Xustis, Mr. and Mrs. Corcoran Thorn.
Mr. and Mrs. William Corcoran Hill.
, Kdridge Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
T. Oxnard,.MlM Piehon. Mrs. Henry E.
TJavls, Mr. and Mrs. Huch Wallace.
Governor Tener, of Pennsylvania: Mr.
and. -Mra. Charles J.- Bell. Joseph R.
Trueadtll, and Senator Henry Uppltt
and MlsS Lippltt with a large party of
.young folks; -Congressman Ira C Cop
ley, and Mrs. Copley and a large party:
Trad C Penfleld. of New York; Henry
-Morganthau, or New York; Henry
"Flatter. Newton Gullck. and a party
.of-young folks; Dr. and Mrs. Louis
Thr. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Foster, Con
gressman and Mrs. J. I. L.nrooi, uon
graanan and Mrs. Hughes cf West
Virginia, and a :iarge - party; Mr. and
Mrs. "Wayne MacVeagU. Franklin P.
Adams, VrV F. McCoombs; Brig. Gen.
John A?" Johnston, U. S. A., and Mrs.
Johnston: Mrs. Summerlin. Senator
Onerman and Mrs. Overman. Senator
tand Mrs. Newlands, Senator and Mrs.
.WeUnore and Miss Wetmore, Mr. and
Mrs. Charies'.C. Glover, W. G. MacAdoo
arld a party, Josephns Daniels, Senator
Foster of Louisiana, Tom Taggart, Gov
ernor Gilchrist, of Florida; Governor
.Hothlex, of Rhode Island; Governor
O'Neal, of Alabama; Mr. and Mrs. E.
'A. Mitchell. Col. Henry T. Allen. V. S.
A., and Mrs. -Allen, and the Misses Al-
leto: Mr.; and Mra. Hennen Jennings,
and Miss Jennings. MUs Coleman,
Charles B. Cooke, Charles R. Crane,
'Raar Admiral Rlxey, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Nelson Page. Congressman G.
S.Pepper, 8enator and Mrs. Works of
California, former Governor Magoon of
Cuba, Senator Myers 'of Montana. Sena
tor Simmons of North Carolina. Senator
Wtsotf and Mrs Watson of West Vlr-
'ginlan 'and. a large party of 'friends.
Senator Henrv du Pont of New Jersey
-and 'a party of young folks. Senator
Owen at Oklahoma and Mrs. Owen and
-tneir'farally, Benator Johnson of Maine
.and Mrs. 'Johnson and several guests,
Senator Burnham of New Hampshire,
Georga W. Green, of Rhode island; Con
gressman 'Carter Glass of Virginia and
Mrs. Glass, Congressman William E.
Humphrey ,of Washington, Congressman
Wotherspoon of Mississippi, Mr. Justice
aria Mrs. Pliney, Congressman and Mrs
.Pou of North Carolina. J. Warren
Davis. Santor JCenyon of Iowa. Senator
and Mrs. Guggenheim of Colorado, Con
gressman Rufus Hardy of Texas. Mrs.
Hardy, and Miss Hardy, Congressman
And. Mrs. Gordon Lee or Georgia, Sena
tor Luke Lea of Tennessee. Congress
Man and Mrs. Swagar Sherley of Ken
tacky. Congressman A. J. Peters and
ttru. Peters of Massaclrusetts. Sena
tor Sheppard and Mrs. Shennard of
Texas, Senator and Mrs. Jackson of
Maryland; Rear Admiral and Mrs.
Casey. -Congressman and ,Mrs. Rodden-
bery of Georgia, Congressman and
Mrs. Lynden Evans of Illinois, Con
gressman and Mrs. Curtis H. Gregg of
Pennsylvania,, the Rev. and Mrs. Wal
lace Radcliffe. Mr. and Mrs. Norman E.
Mack, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Addison. C.
C. Calhoun. "Rear Admiral, and Mrs.
Stockton, former Governor of Maryland
Warfleld and .party. Congressman E. A.
Merritt, Jr., or New York; tCoL Bruce
Campbell, of Missouri, and .a party of
fifteen, guests; a party rot ten trpm the
German embassy; John T.MQGraw, of
West Virginia, and Congressman D. JJ
Mcuiincuddy or Maine "ana a -party.1
v Wilson Relatives There:
John A. ."Wilson, of FranUUn,,' Pji., a
cousin of-tne newpresiaent,"ana a-party
of. relatives -and friends, occupled-thir-
teen seats In section E," which was re
se'rS'fd'for the New Jersey visitors.
The .new Senator from Delaware, Mr.
Sairisbury, and-aVparty, occupied scats
onth's side, as dj4thc ,otKervnew, Sen
ator, WUllap Hughes 'pf Jsew-Jersey;
Sir Rodman ,PRoblln' governor of.
Manitoba, Canada, and var-partyCpn-,
gressman Ira CiCopIey ofIJllnois and
Mrs. Copley ''ldf-i. large party ofr6la
tlves and frlends'V y i.
One hundred seata -RpreoccupIed-jbV
the members of-Hlie v-MJtropplItanCljib
In section r. facing "the" Presidential
stand, another large section was used
bv the pupils of the Made'rlo School
I For Young Ladles, BelcouftSemlnary.
ton students .occupied sections'-C arid
D, in companyVwith.tbe .stuUents of
the University o( 'Virginia. .
Mr. and Mrs.'f.Mltchell Harrison and
the M'sses Harrison entertained a party
of jyoung" people at the New Willard
wherethey had windows facing the ae"
Mrs. Ely. Capt -John ,11. Gibbons, (J.
S. -N-, of Annapolis, and Mrs. Gibons.
Captain and Miss McCulIey. and others
viewed the parade from the Corcoran
building. -I 7
BUT NONE SEVERELY
Police and Cavalry Trample on
Visitors in Effort .to' Clear
Route for Women.
unsuccessful attempt to force 'the
crowds back ran overtthe toes of many
persons standing along the Avenue.
Tbese persons were held forward b;
but fortunately none was seriously In
Jvred. The mounted police and soldIerswho
tried to force the crowd back also. tram
pled on many persons, but 'so far as
could be learned no one was badly
hurt in this manner.
crowd behind them,, and were pow
:ss to get back from' iho machines.
Taft SignstBjIIW. B.. Wilson
to Be 'Named Secretary
by New President.
In spite of the fact that hundreds of
persons were crushed, trampled and
taken 111 In the great Jam .In' Pennsyl
vania aenue during the suffrage
parade, the hospital records, today show
that not one was seriously injured. In
fact, with but twor or,, three, isolated
rases, the accident victims all, left the
(hospitals after having their- Injuries
dressed, wnne mosi oi uiosewnu o
hurt or taken 111 were treated without'
being taken to a hospital. , '
From the time -the- crowd -first as
eciioled until the p"arade"was'over and
t..e .crowds disbanded, the Enjergency
Hospital ambulance .made , -forty -odd
runs. About fortypersons were treated
at the hospltal.'and the-aurgepns. es
timate that-nearly 2M more -were given
first afd along the line,'of;march. Oth
ers .were treated by prt vat physicians
andwofnen who'had'raintedw'ere car
rird lnt.o stores and'revHed1 without an
ambulance being ,summohei.'J
- - Crowds Deiay Ambulance.
The Emergency ambulance-as greatly-
'handicapped by the mass'Vof human
ity, that jammed-the Aepue and'.the ab-
soluter.f allure ofthe police tojven clear
.anatrpw path rpade. it necessarj' for
theVdjrlver ktoliterally force; his way
through the crowds. . ,
'At-trie Intersection of streets the Jan
was necesasryt to Jcafrj-"' persons who
needed treatment nearly half a&block.
orr stretchers. i
Dr. Harry S. Lewis, the superinten
dent, -had anticipated a busy day and
ha J made all arrangements, for taking
care of a big crowd. Kxtra cots had
been .provided and every facility was
at hand for handling emergency cases.
Toes Pinched By'Motors.
Theipollce automobile wlilchimadc.an
AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
Committee Promises It Will
Eclipse All Former Programs
-Seen, in Washington.
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Beginning at 8 o'clock the'flreworks
exhibition will be held on-the'Whlte
-House JSJllpse. The promise Is mideiby
the .fireworks . committee, of which
Jsaac Gans is chairman, that the spec-
bTtlon of the 'kind ever'held lnVWash
lngto'n. Many of 'the larger pieces
were designed especially for the occa
sion, among I'tHem a flight of 100
bombs with the'dlscharge of;a gi
gantic -bomb showing In variegated
colors tle',namef"Wllson.;, Another
similar pieced -will show 'the name
The display .will Include, 1,500 rocket
bombs, 500 batter(es,.i 1,100 colored
lights, 100 tourbilllbns ) 200 geysers,
500 "flashes, 100 -devll-among-the-tailor,'
25x girandolas, .60 'aeroplanes, 200
aerolites, 100 mines. .BOballoons, 100
mines,, 15,000. candles, , Niagara Falls
OCk JilCVC Ul 'UBUSlVilU.llVUt uUU .b
special American flag bomb.
First on the program will be .the
firlntr of 101 Kuns. the national salute.
These will be fired from the steelj mor
tars, to enaDie tne tnousanas :wno
will witness the exhibition, to: reach
the streets safely, the grounds. will be
brilliantly Illuminated at the. 'close of
the display. A . ,
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President Taft signed the bill today
providing for and creating a Depart
ment of Labor. William D. Wilson,- of
Pennsylvania,-will-be -named by Pres
ident Wilson as the first Secretary or
In, signing. this bllli President Taft
overrode "the objection of .Charles Na
Sel, Secretary ,orr Commerce,!and La
bor who believes- that .parts of 'the
bill are unconstitutional and- who
thinks that the,departmeiit Is unneces
Urgent Dleasv for it'ie sltmlnc of the
bill mere maleto president Taft yes
terday by Governor'' Sulzer, of- New
York, who has long 'favored the idea;
Samuel Gomwrs. sm:Fnuik Morrison.
In signing the measure.-i President Taft
waivea nis own ODjectlons to ine iacu
of correlation-- now--elstlng between
many bureaus ahd - tlie-.- departments
under which they are placed., 1 .
The creation 'ofi.a. new department
will result inj demand for office space,
added appropriations, one more seat at
the Cabinet table, at,d will .'bring-to
Washington one more ' high official
having in charge a--ver-Jlargevand Im
portant part -of 'the Government's re
lations with the working classes.
Cupid Must Wait on
. . , ,
No chance to4getinarrIed'IntWash!ng-
Many sad swains ..who Journeyed-from
afar to witness the Inauguration and
incidentals getmarried 'thronged the
front of the City Hall .tlfls forenoon,
but ''nothln' dohY." Afe.wwent to
Rockville. Maryland's 'Gretna 'Green!
-with more or'less" good -luck,, bnt' even
tne Maryianders -shu fup -simp earlyand
hastened to the -National 'Capital. !
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"John Brown BialtjMy Hou" .
So you tell your friends. -
But just as "a- chain is no stronger than, its weakest
link." so .Tnhn Dmn.vnrV.I. nn tullm IK.. ka a Il- K
weakest assistant; and that ONE assistant, lacking carefal
nfess or skill, may wreclr the whole structure." h
You know that nowadays everything In commercial life "v
is tending toward specialitation. ' v
You know, too.that, like the builder, the all-raud deattii J .
must depend -upon skilled assistants, especially; la tkt,"part ofS
the' work which you don'tsee the dental laboratory . ''" l,
So I have taken, great pains andtspared no exnemie to pro. Sij
vide myself, not only with thervery best equi'pm'eislwt.wfsli H
aaaisiania who are OfCAJiAliiaia IB 'tne particairtwor'i; j-
entrust to them. . '
My, Aiclwr Snwi
This Is an. office of expert, systematic "teamworlcTJttst as
:sis, Mr. Business Man lflt Is properly conducted. r '
I am proud of'my assistants, an'd'my patroEs-know why. ;-V
." In coming to me for, the. treatment-of aaydcnI tronklea-'
'.or tort the making of new teeth, etc. you may fwl;aJsared tktl .'-.-
EVERY PART ofthe work will b WELL DONE. 1k.-
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operating rooms. Lady attendant Moderate price h.
Hoars: S:W to'SSsaaajsl le-1; Wed. aaSrt. vatfl 8
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HOURS: 8:30 tc6; SmicyslOitol;. wTcdnd-Stt-. i
, .UnHr8 P. M. PhoncMtirf 19. ;
"Next door neighbor lo the United States Treasury."
Capital, $3,000,00.0. Surplus, $2,000,000
American Security & Trust Company
The Strongest Financial Institution in the South
The convenience of its location, the
amplitude of its capital and surplus, its
fidelity to the interests of its customers,
the sound and conservative principles
of its management, place this institu
tion in a position to render an excep
tional banking and-trust service.
Cordial Invitation to Inauguration Visitors
Charles J. Bell President
Henry F. Blount Vice President
Corcoran Thorn Vice President
Howard S. Reeside Vice President
James F. Hood Secretary
Charles E. Howe Treasurer
Alfred B. Leet i Assistant Trust Officer
David N. Houston. . . .Assistant Trust Officer
John G. Holden ." Auditor
W. W. Keck .Assistant Treasurer
The Safest Investments
An tliss ibat a -oft Caetust
ttsrtw eoaiWcBs of tfc nsssr
fcsCS. mm AMdof trust nsui
Coetust eunnc ait-
nsssr or stck msr.
wm u i . uvm turn awrt-
amass). wsU ssemad any real estate in tfea
vDlHtct CoicatbU. xsastltut "sllt-aon-"
snsr w av unMj Uiffja MM
rMpondbttlty of lsdlvMoaU or cor-
pcasaw-Hv "Mwtikf. ww mi vxtaast
toWlpM 9 P"-r7. Wo oj,
P jBBr , lWOaBlOaKa I VZawtsaMS uOsM
f WAKTZILL, KHESM &
sw irrm sthmbt k. w.
Milton E. Ailes
Charles J. Bell
Henry F. Blount
John C. Boyd
Samuel S. Burdetf
Murray A. Cobb -William
William "S. Corby
James E. Fitch
William J. Flather
James M. Green
John S. Larcombe
John R. McLean
Edward B. McLean
Clarence F. Norment
Frank B. Noyes
Myron M. Parker
Joseph Paul -
Albert M. Read
Howard S. Reesida
Frank A. Vanderlip
Aaiierican Stcmty Tnrt Gmpzay
Opposite Untied Ststes Treasury
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W. B. Moses & Sons' Store, F and Eleventh Streets
INAUGURATION visitors are cordially invited to visit
this store, where they may obtain much information'
concerning up-to-date housefurnishings, and inspect
one of the largest and most complete retail stocks of
furniture, carpets, rugs, and household accessories-in'
Founded in 1862, this house has been steadily built
up until it now covers the entire field of house decora
ation and furnishing. Our experts in all lines are at
your disposal, and will take pleasure in aidihgTyduJtb
solve your decorating and famishing problems. ".-.
W.B.Moses & Sons, F and Eleventh St
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