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TAFT STARTS FOR SOUTH.
Plans to Rest and Play in Fair Dixie-;
land?Friends Bid Him Godspeed.
5 Washington, March 4.?William
Howard Taft, public servant since he
was 21, said farewell to public life today
and became a citizen of the republic
that he has served over the seas
and throughout the world for so manyj
years that he has almost forgotten
when he enlisted.
His good-bye was a smile. A handshake
for the members of his cabinet; i
a courtly bow to the women friends
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forts to bid him and Mrs. Taft God- '
sped in the union station; a wave of
the hand and another smile for the
people who stood in the train shed and
watched his train pull slowly out for
The last that Washington saw of
the twenty-seventh president was the
dim outline of a bfg smiling figure In
?-> of -n-it'h o little aUTT '
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standing on the rear platform of a
private car as it was swallowed in the
curing smoke of the tunnel that leads
under the city to Dixie. His last
glimpse of the city where four years
ago he became chief executive and
today a private citizen by the people's
will, was when he looked from the
platfrom of his car acros the broad j
Potomac to where the Washington
monument lifted its grey, pointed peak
to the grey sky.
MOBS JEER WOMEN MARCHERS.
F. S. Troops Force Passage for Suffragette
Washington, March 3.?Five thou- <
sand women, marching in the woman .]
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snirrage pageant roaay, prautiuaxij ,
fought their way foot by foot up Penn- sylvania
avenue, through a surging ,
mob that completely defied the Washington
police, swamped the marchers ]
asd broke their procession Into little ,
The women, trudging stoutly along; ]
under great difficulties, were able to I
complete their march only when I
troops of cavalry from Fort Meyer j
\\? a chin crfrtr) tr\ talrf* ' !
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charge of Pennsylvania avenue. No 3
inauguration has produced such s
s?eneB, -which, in many instances, < t
amounted to nothing less than riots. , s
an invitation foi
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LaUr, in Continental Hall, the women
turned what was to have been a
suffrage demonstration into an indignation
meeting:, in which the Wash.
ington police were roundly denounced j
for their inactivity and resolutions
were passed calling upon Presidentelect
Wilson and the incoming Con- J
gress to make an investigation and
locate the responsibiltiy for the indignities
the marchers suffered.
Miss Helen Keller, the noted deaf
and blind girl, was so exhausted and
unnerved by the experience in attempting
to reach a grand stand,
where she was to have been guest of
honor, that she was unable to speak
later at Continental Hall.
The scenes which attended the entry
of "Gen" Rosalie Jones and her
"hikers" on Thursday, when the bedraggled
women had to fight their way
up Pennsylvania avenue, swamped by
a mob, were repeated today, but upon
a vastly larger scale. The marchers
had to fight their way from the start
and took more than an hour in making
the first ten blocks. Many of the
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and insults that lined the route.
Although stout wire ropes had been
stretched up and down the length of
Pennsylvania avenue from the Peace
morument to the Mall, behind the
White House, the enormous crowds
that gathered early to obtain points of
vantage oversteeped them or crawled
beneath. Apparently no effort was
made to drive back the trespassers in
the early hours, with the result that
when the parade started it faced at >
almost every hundred vards a solid '
wall of humanity.
On the whole it was a hostile crowd
through which the women marched.
Miss Inez Milholland, herald of the
procession, distinguished herself by
aiding in riding down a mob that ?
blocked the way and threatened to t
derupt the parade. Another woman j
member of the "petticoat cavalry" a
3truck a hoodlum a stinging blow \
icross the face with her riding crop in j ^
reply to a scurrilous remark as she s
s\ras passing. The mounted police
seemed powerless to stem the tide of!^
Best Definition of a Lady. f
There has heen a good deal said T
ibout the use of the word woman arid r
ady as applied to the gentle sex,
some contending that woman was hy o
?ar the most elegant -word to use. It, p
seem* to use that it all depends upoa I L
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Motorcycles, and have a sir
chine on display at our shoj
he occasion and the circumstances.
it one time lady is preferable, and
mother woman, but this is neither
lere nor there. A rose by any othr
name it is said would be just as
The Biblical Recorder is responsi-1
ile for the following, which makes i
t good enough to say lady if one pre- '
ers, or woman pust so the> one to 1
rhom it is applied meets the requireaents:
"The answer that took the prize
ffered sometime ago by an English
laper for the best definition of 'a
idy' was the following?and it is
ur big Shoe
to say the
the craft ex:ord,
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ry Machine Shop,
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specialty of reles,
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worth passing on: To be a lady
means rightly, to be a gentlewoman
who shows by her every word and
action, a sweet and gentle dignity w_':l:
a gracious charm of manner; a woman
whose heart is pure and true,
who is tender toward all suffering,
"who sympathizes with those in trouble,
and is ever ready to give that
which costs her some effort and selfdenial.
A lady who thinks no ->.vork
derogatory and no one is deemed too
low to receive courtesy and kindness.
She is pure and good every detail of
life, a true friend, and a 'ministering
angel' in sorrow and sickness."
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