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Career Cnr or of Martyred Patriots PatriotsJames Patriotsl PatriotsJames PatrlotnJurne
James Bryce the new Britih Minister Ministerto l1n ter terto
to toe tile United States swiw and aJut the government governmenthf government governmenth
hf h represents rep n were severely scored in inspeech Inpeech InpeCh
speech and resolution u last JUt night at t the themass themass themass
mass meeting in Columbia Theater in inhonor Inhonor Inhonor
honor of the 19th birthday bttth ay of RobertEmmet RobertEmmet Robert RobertEmmet
Emmet Irelands Irela 4 s martyred hero heroThe heroThe heroThe
The following is one of the ftve resolu resolutions reIOIutlons reaoIulions ¬
lions declaring for an Irish republic and andthe nd ndthe ndthe
the inherent right of selfgovernment selfgovernmentwhich elfpvemmentwhich selfgovernmentwhLh
which was passed by unanimous vote voteWe OleWe voteWe
We warn we American people that thatJames tha thaJames thaiJames
James Bryce te ii coming ta t America for forthe fortbe forthe
the special purpose of effecting an al alliance aJltaIH l lllsnce ¬
liance ltaIH with ISngiand that has for Ita itsimmediate ItaImmediate ItaImmediate
immediate object war with 1th Germany and andthe aactthe andth
the th retention of Englands robber grip gripon 1rlpon grtpon
on Ireland India and South Africa We Weproclaim Weprocldm Weprc1aim
proclaim anew our devotion to the policy policyof poUe7oC policyof
of no entangling alliances with 1th European Europeanpowers Europeanpowtrs pean peanpowas
powers which George Washington W oo left leftas
as a i sacred heritage herlt to the American Americanpeonle Amerieanpeonle Americanpeonle
peonle and which has been vindicated vindicatedby
by more than a century nt1Iry of unparalleled unparalleledsuccess 1I PIUaUeleclBUtCess unparalleledsUcess
success We Ve solemnly aAirm rm that the theopposition theopposltim theopposItion
opposition of Irish ci dtiaens linens to an alliance alliancewith alliancewith
with 1 t h England is based solely on their theirloyalty theirJo theirloyalty
loyalty Jo alty to that policy their judgment mentto < as asto asto
to th > interests intere ta and honor of the United UnitedStates UnitedattI UnitedStates
States attI > and their better knowledge of ofEnglands ofEtlgand ofIglands
Englands 8 sinister > r motives and andWe designs designsWe designsW
We W repudiate and deny the statement re recently re recently mecently ¬
cently made that the concession of home homerul homerul homerul
rul to Ireland or any other considers consideration conslcleraHn considerstlcn ¬
tion of European politics Would ould k1 in any anysens anysens anysens
sens or degree alter the attitude of ofIrish oflri ofIrh
Irish lri Irh 1 citizens to this question questionJohn questJoDJobn questionJohn
John T r Kcatinf Speaks SpeaksJohn SpeallIIJolm SpeakiJohn
John 1 T t Keating K exnational president presidentof
of the Ancient acientOrder Order of Hibernians and andprifeat andpr I IprJII8Bt
prifeat pr at president of the school board of ofOifcago ofctllcan ofCHcigo
Oifcago and the principal speaker of the theevmtas theev theevmtug
evmtas ev delivered a brilliant address in inw4eh Inwhiob
w4eh 1 he paid beautiful tribute to Emmet Emmetreviewing Emmetre1eWmc Einmetrelewtng
reviewing re1eWmc the history hllltoy of Ireland for the thepart thepa thepsit
part pa 170 l years and reechoing the warn warning WUAing wsxnlag ¬
ing against James Bryce and his govern governrm governmc 11 11JtKl
rm JtKl it L Mr r Keating < told Emmets career careerin careerin careerin
in most dramatic manner twice twicetoo bringing bringingtht br1ntngtbi
too tears to the eyes of his auditors OBOe oaoewhen OBOewi oncewi
when wi iU he e related his capture as a aof remit remitof Stt Sttof
of having has vIug lingered to see the girl of ofheart ate ateheart hisheart
heart and again ap1 when he told of the theheroism tileheratllm theheroism
heroism displayed by Emmet mmet at his h dma drarotUic 4rarondc dmarn4tic
rotUic execution executionMr exeeutionMr OXecutlonMr
Mr Ksadag also recited the great work workdone workdone worka
done by b Parnell and the part he took tookpersonally tookperasnally k kper
a personally aaIly in Parnelfs campaign campaignPrefereatial campalpPrefenadal campaignPreferential
Preferential rates and nd a deathdealing deathdealingtliscrfmteation death UDC UDCtl
L tliscrfmteation tl tlon is no new thing according accordingto
I to Me story It killed Irish industrial industrialprogress Iud Iudp lndnstrtslI
progress p progr years ago Irelands marble marblethe Is Isthe Isthe
the best in the world he says and aD4and gold goldand goldand
I and silver may be had for the mining miningbut JIIbdJacbut miningbut
but the e natural resources of the country countrylarWtt cotmtlylay countryCs1l
larWtt lay
Call Bryce a Traducer TrndnoerMr TratlnoorMr TraducerMr
Mr Bryce on the strength of one of ofhis ofh ofI
h his writings was characterised led as a tra traducer traducer tradu
I ducer ducer du er of the Irish character and a s ca cajoier cajoller cajoler
joier and one who was sent to this thl coun country country country ¬
try for that purpose p His country was wasreferred wurefW1Wl wasreftrrt
referred to as always having viDa a finger fingerin ftRprin lingerIn
in fin European KuropeuutJca1 urpp political pie and repre represcoje repNat repro1d
scoje 1d at every eVet meet meeting in tit Robbers RobbersRIMS RohieWR4st ben benItet
P T Month international president of ofthe oflIti ofthe
the Ancient Order of Hibernians deity delivered deIIveNd deityerd ¬
eNd the opening address add paying JNLtntrt high hightribute hightribute
tribute trt IMlte to the memory of Emmet On the thestage thestJtebehJnd thesugt
stage stJtebehJnd behind him were many m distinguished distinguishedmm dl 1Md
I mm 1114 la International as well as national nationaland aattOllland nadonalU
and local affairs all of whom acted cted as ashonorary uho ashonorry
honorary ho vice presidents presidentsJames presidentsJames presidentsNutty
James Brady of New Ne York Tom Mc McNnlty JicNuIt7 McHiggins
Nutty of Baltimore 1tImore Miss Elisabeth A AHlggins A AHIn AJames
Higgins HIn and the Ladies Irish Choir of ofWashington ofWubtqtoJeD4end ofWashlngtop
Washington WubtqtoJeD4end tendered an appropriaTe aJtPlOPl1atemU8kal appropriateinimical appropriaTemusical
musical programme that brought brou ht forth forthround forthround forthround
round after round of applause and noose necessitated ReCeIIsitated nooseskated ¬
sitated several encores encoresThe encoresThe encoresThe
The meeting was under the auspices of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the United Irish Societies and was for forthe torthe forthe
the benefit of the Sisters stere of Mercy of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Catherines Home Thousands of ofdollars ofdolllull ofdolisre
dollars was realised as tbe house was waspacked wupaed wasPORT
packed packedPORT paedPORT
China Ilroltcn rol en in Rotanrant l lay y One Oneof Oneof Oiieof
of Unolc Sums Men MenPort 31ellPort MenPort
Port Arthur a Chinese chop suey shop shopon shopon shopon
on Ninth street 8treet was w wa bombarded early earlythis earlythis earlythis
this morning by a man in blue from the thenavy thenavY thenavy
navy yard China was up in the air airlying airh air13Ipg
lying h broken on the floor and d in fact facteverywhere factt factever7wbere
everywhere t J o hde when the police arrived The Theproprietor Theproprietor Theproprietor
proprietor and assistants nta remained only onlya
a few seconds and when the bombard bombardment bombardment bombardmeat ¬
ment was at its height sought safer saferquarters saferquarten saferI
I quarters Customers CU Cuetome were hidden behind behindscreens behind8creeM behindI
I screens and 554 table tablee and the lone employe employeof
of Uncle Sams navy 7 yard held the fort fortWbn fortbeR fortVhOn
Wbn beR the police arrived china eJ na was still stillflying stillttybag stillflyIng
flying flyingAt ttybagAt flyIngi
i At the police station the men gave ave Te his hisname Jd8 hisname
11 name as William Ferguson m f X street streetand atNet atNetaRd streetand
and said he was employed 811I as a achi ma machinist inschialet ¬
chinist chi He was w charged with assault assaultand asaultand t tand
and destroying de destryjngpryate private property
Defeated Faction Take Election ElectionItuMtilt BlectionneHuIt ElectionResult
Result with Uh Bart Grace GraceLoadoa GrneeLoIMIoIa GraceLoodo
Loadoa March JSavd London from frombankruptcy froMbaaknlpteJ frombankmaptey
bankruptcy are the concluding words wwdsof worc1llor wordsof
of the Daily Mails MaU editorial on the Lon London LOAdon Loudon ¬
don county council eo cU elections yesterday
If that has been
done then the women womenof WOfAeof womenof
of London may claim full share in the thework thework thework
work workReports workRfports workReports
Reports from many manypolU polling places show showthat silo silothat showthat
that the women on the register NSi voted in inmuch Inmuch Inranch
much larger proportion than ever before beforeand beforeand beforeand
and that a great majority of them voted votedthe votedthe votedthe
the municipal reform ticket ticketThe tleltetTla tickerThe
The > Progressives have taken their de defeat de defeat dofeat ¬
feat in anything but a philosophical and andsubmissive andsubIfttatve andsubmissive
submissive spirit Their angry expostu expostulations exponuJatlotts expostulatIoa ¬
lations that their political destruction was wasdue wasdue wasdue
due to money and mendacity arouses arousesonly aroueonly N Nonl
only onl public resentment resentmentTHE re entmentI entmentTHE resentmentTHE
HTHW ST coe 0 0PtfTEEH1H
Meeting Held Yesterday lest relay in Its ItsInterest It ItInterellt ItsIntcret
Interest InterelltYeSfw IntcretYehford
4 4Yesterday
Yesterday YeSfw Y afternoon afternoons a hlghlir hlgh h1ghI3 iifterfiet iifterfiettag idt re roet roetlug t tlag
tag mooting was held in Hamllna RamUneM M MChurch B BChurch 11 11Churcla
Church under the auspices of theAmsr theAmsrlean the Amer American mer merlean ¬
lean Society of Religious Education mdu08tJ n the theobject thecbject theobject
object being to increase tho Intarb 1ntah 1ntnres sl In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the home as an institution in the forma formation torqta torqtaUon forqiation ¬
tion of character characterJudge cbtraoterJudge characterJudge
Judge George W Atkinson of the tit Court Courtof Courtor Courtof
of Claims presided with much grace gnicolU1d gnicolU1ddignity griceanddignity and anddignity
dignity The devotional exercises were wereconducted ertf ertfconducted 5 5conducted
conducted by Rev W F Locke pasttr 8tGr of efMount ofMount ofMount
Mount Vernon ernon M E Church who offered offeredthe offeredthe tterftthe
the prayer and by Rev Re Carl G Dohejv DohejvD DO 1t3 1t3D
D D of Hamline Church who read 1 d the theScripture theSc theScripture
Scripture ScriptureJudge Sc ScriptureJudge rlpture rlptureJudge
Judge Atkinson made the initial ad address add id iddress ¬
dress d in which he referred to the thework good goodwork gjwork
work of the society soclet and to the purposes purposesami purpotell1Utd purposesaad
ami plans of the Home Hom Cultur Union Unionone Unionone Unionone
one of Its departments that had planned plannedtbe pJeMedthe pleasedthe
the present meeting He described the theChristian theChrt theChristian
Christian Chrt ttan home aa a the source of those in influences In1Iueneeti Infineness ¬
fineness that go to make good society He Heclaimed Heclaimed Heclaimed
claimed that the men of the future who whoare whore whoare
are to handle the affairs of the state tAte are arein arein areIn
in training today by good fathers and andmothers andmothers nd ndmotbers
mothers mothersDr motbersDr mothersDr
Dr J E Gilbert secretary of the so society 10ctety sodefy ¬
defy spoke on Man In the Home He Heclaimed Heclaimed Heclaimed
claimed that a man Is obligated to do domore doI domora
more for his home than for any other In Institution InUtuden Institutlon ¬
I stitution or orlntere interest t He should bring bringinto bringIn bringInto
into In it his strength his intelligence his htevirtue hisvirtue hisvirtue
virtue the products of his industry and andhte andhis andhis
his religion He should become an Ideal Idealor Idealor Idealor
or pattern man no suspicion ever rest resting ratIng restlug ¬
ing upon him so that wife and children childrenmight ohlldrellmiht childrenmight
might point to him with pride He Heshould Heshould Heshould
should be the houseband the husband husbandby hue1Mnclby huebaudby
by his character and wisdom giving givingunity ciTingunity givingbatty
unity coherence and stability to the thehome thehom thehome
home hom The man should find retirement and andrefreshment aMretreahment andrefreshment
refreshment in his home and go thence thenceto thenceto thenceto
to bless the world worldMrs worldn worldMrs
Mrs G T Smallwood principal of ofWashington orWashington ofWashington
Washington Seminary delivered deU ered an ad address addrea address ¬
dress of singular beauty full of wise wisesuggestion wIHSUC1Ce wisesuggestion
SUC1Ce suggestion Uon on Woman roman in the Home HomeShe HomeSbe HomeShe
She delineated the womanly character in inadmirable Inadmirable Inadmirable
admirable language lan and then showed showedhow IIbowedhow showedhow
how such uekchAracter character may serve the home homeThte bomeThbI homeThis
This ideal woman oman oman she claimed should be bea becompnlon bea
a companion a a guide tde a comforter a ateacher ateacbr a ateacher
teacher Under the last head she he out outlined outJiBed outlined ¬
lined the course course of l lee lesouns Dns esons which bleh a awoman awomaa awoman
woman may give ve as no D other can give givethem xivethem givethem
them on honesty truthfulness chastity chastityindustry cha chastityIndustry tttytn4ustlT
industry sacrifice claiming that these theselessons tbeMleuoNi theselessons
lessons need to be learned in the home homeThe h hThe boiseThe
The large Jal e audience manifested its in interest Intere Interent ¬
terest t throughout the meeting by the theclosest thecloee8t theclosest
closest attention and at the end many manylingered manyUqered manylingered
lingered to congratulate the speakers speake It Itwas ItWKS Itwas
was announced that other see sessions of the theunion theunion theunion
union will be held heldHARVARD heldHARVARD heldHARVARD
Early EarlyMorning Morning Fire Oauses Loss L L s of of21OOO
21000 21000Inflummnble 21OOOInflniumnble
Iniliimnmule Material Stored in the theBnlldiiip theDnHellng theBnlldliig
Bnlldiiip niulces It Inipofixlblc Inipofixlblcto
to Check bcek Blaze BlazeFir DlnzeJII Blaze7he
Fir JII 7he of unknown origin 111 totally tl7tbe destroyedthe destroyed destroyedth
th the works of the Harvard Laundry Com Company CompIUI CornIwny ¬
pany pIUI at m Ninth street northwest northwestshortly iiorthwdstshortly 8t 8tahortt
ahortt shortly after f oclock yesterday morn morning momI morn1ng ¬
ing I resulting t1 In a lose of about 1Iovt 1IovtThe Z11 Z11The WO WOThe
The flames were first discovered dl by byRichard brRtcbard byRichard
Richard Anderson a switchman employed employedat ed edI
I at Ninth and G streets By the tttn time the tbeengines theenlaes theengines
engines had arrived at t the sces scene the theflamec theftame8 thedames
dames had mad made such headway that a asecond aeconcl asecond
second alarm was 1UI sent in inThe InThe InThe
The Quantities of Inflammable material materialwhich Dlterialwhich materialwhich
which was stored in th tM building bulld gave gavegreat gavegreat ve vegreat
great headway to th the flames aa whichraptcl1y whichspread which whichspread
spread rapidly and for a time threatened threatenedth thrtenedthe threatenedthe
th the adjoining g property Th The fontee a wre wreAJIItU7 w vere verelly re reAnally
Anally lly gotten under control hut t not until untilth untiltlm tit tittIIa
th tIIa whole structure was completely eompteteiywrecked completelywreekd J11Mte17 J11Mte17wreekM
wrecked wreckedT
T H Marshall th the manager of th thlaundry the thelaanclry thelaundry
laundry company stated that th Ute loss lossto Ito Icesto
to the stock and machinery of the build Hndw buildlug
lug would amount to about bout SIMM JI of ofwbleb ofwhich
which u Mt was covered by insurance insuranceThe lnavranceThe InsuranceThe
The building bui1d was owned by Henry ReIll7Baker M MBaker Mlicker
Baker of Bow N H who ho is represented representedin
in this th city by W K K Ellis Eilts of 53K Eleventh EIefti1thstreet EIevsiithstreet Eleventhstreet
street northwest northwestThe j jTbe 1The
The store of Charles J Bogan Bo a dealer dealerIn dealerIn dealerIn
In wallpaper adjoining on the north side sideWM sidewu sidewas
WM damaged to the amount of about bout boutFUNERAL ZIO ZIOF1INRRAL M MPTTNERAL
FUNERAL OF H B McDONALD HcDOSCALDParliamentarian McDONALDPurJlaJUentnrlnn McDOtALDIarilnrnentnrlnn
Parliamentarian of the Senate Will WillBe WillBe VIU VIUDe
Be hurled urled Today TodnyThe TodayThe TodayThe
The body of H Bowyer McDonald for formany lormany formany
many years chief clerk and parliamen parliamentarian parltameDtaMn paritamenlanes ¬
lanes of the United States Senate who whodied wbodied whodied
died at his h apartment In the gachetor on onSaturday onSaUanIay onSaturday
Saturday will be buried from St Johns JohnsEpiscopal JoAn JoAnEdtIcoPal JohnsEptscopl
Episcopal Church today at 2 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The services will be private and only the therelatives therelatives therelatives
relatives and Intimate friends of the de deceased deee doceased ¬
ceased have beer asked to attend Mrs MrsSinclair MnSlRelalr MrsSinclair
Sinclair a sister 8l came from New York Yorkyesterday Yorkre York5eterday
yesterday re tenlay for tile funeral and two broth brothers brothers brothems ¬
ers ers N J McDonald and Donald McDonald McDonaid McDon IeDona14 ¬
aid made arrangements for the funeral funeralRev f1lderalRev funeralRev
Rev Roland Smith pastor of St St Johns JohnsChurch John JohnCburch JohnsChurch
Church will conduct the services and WIKlpreacb andpreach andpreach
preach a ak brief sermon The body will willbe willbeInterred be beinterred beInterred
interred in in Congressional Con reMtonaJ Cemetery CemeteryA
A great number D mber of messages of con condolence eondoIenee condolence ¬
dolence have come to the bereaved bereav8d rela relatives relaUfts reinlives ¬
lives from old friends of Mr McDonald McDonaldWho MeDonaJdWho McDonaldWho
Who knew him during his career at the theCapitol tMCapttol thecapitol
Capitol The pallbearers had not been an announced anaoUllCed ansounceI ¬
nounced last night nI t but ut they the have been beenarranged beenar beenarranged
arranged ar ed for by Maj MacCawley who whoexpects whoSapects 110 110ixpect
expects answers to his telegrams early earlythis earlythis
this morning morningMrs JttOrJdnglrM morningMrs
Mrs lrM Georgie Sweet
The body of Mrs Geotgie Sweet wife ite of ofthe oft ofthe
the kite Parker Hill Sweet Sweet and sister of ofEdward ofEdward ofEdward
Edward W Griffin assessor of the th Dill District Dilltrlet Dietrl ¬
trict trlet trl t will be brought to tq this city this thismorning thismorning thismornIng
morning and funeral service aerVIce will be con conducted conUCtH condueled ¬
ducted UCtH at t U oclock by Rev Re C C O Grouse Grouseof Crouseor CroneOf
of the Congress Street Church Mrs MrsSweet Mrs MrsSleet MuSweet
Sweet died on Thursday night in West Westminster Wentminster e tmlDSwr ¬
minster Md Interment will be in Oak OakHill OakHm OakHill
Hill Cemetery CemeteryWilliam CeJfteteryillln1n CemeteryWilliam
William illln1n II Gnrvey GnrveyWilliam GareyWilliam GarveyWilliam
William H Garvey formerly of WashIngton Wash Washington uh uhIncton ¬
ington died in Buffalo last Thursday ThursdayHe Thur ThursdayHe day dayHe
He Is survived by his mother Catherine CatherineGarvey CatherineGarvey CatherineGervey
Garvey his wife and three children He Hewas Hewu Hewas
was born in Washington and worked in inthe Inthe inthe
the city postoffice until 2905 1 I5O when be bewas bewu heWas
was transferred to Buffalo where he was wasemployed waspIo wasemployed
employed pIo ed at t the time of his death deathGeorge deathGeorge Mth MthGeorge
George X DrcKcher DrcKcherFuneral DreNcherPuneral DreseherFuneral
Funeral services over o r the body b of ofOeorge ofQ8OIf8 ofGeorge
George N Drescher who was crushed crushedto
to death beneath a pile of lumber at the thenavy thelIvy theliavy
navy yard on Saturday Satu will be held on onTuesday onTuesday onTuesday
Tuesday at St Stephens Church The Thedeceased Thedeceaee Thedeceased
deceased 1 was a member of Richard J JHarden T THarden 1Harden
Harden Camp No 2 United Spanish War WarVeteran WarVetenmc WarVeterans
Veteran and Capt Cogan commandingthe commanding
the th camp has issued orders making a adetail adetail adetail
detail to attend the funeral and act ct as aspallbearers as1lbearers aspallbearers
pallbearers pallbearersGirl pallbearersGirl 1lbearers 1lbearersGirl
Girl Elevator Operator Killed KilledSpecial Killedto ifl1edSperial
Special to The Washington IletekL IletekLPhiladelphia II8MWPhiladelphia HeidPhiladelphia
Philadelphia March 3 iUnder Under the eyes of oftwo oftwo oftwo
two or three girl friends who stood hor horrified horrified horrifled ¬
rified unable to aid id her Miss Martha ItlarthaPeterman MarthaPeterman artha arthaPeterman
Peterman elevator operator at the Young
Womans Christian Association Eight Eighteenth Etrhteenth Eightcents ¬
eenth and Arch streets was crushed crued to todeath todeath todeath
death this morning by her own car Miss MissPeterman MIstPeterman MissPetermara
Peterman was 8 twentysix years old a ablonde abl a ablonde
blonde bl nde and beautiful She was to o have haveeen hi hi1t hvekeen
1t keen een married in a few days ays and hadken had hadLken hadtken
tken ken the work of running the elevator elevatorto elevatoresrn
to o earn the money for her trousseau trousseauI u
J G PlielpsStokesand PllelpsStoIes Phelps Stokesantl antI Wife WifeLecture VifaLecture VifeLecture
Lecture on 011 Socialism SocialismEXPLAINS Soci SocialismEXPLAINS aIislll aIislllExPLAmS
Declares Subject IK One Which linn linnBeen IInllDeen lineBeen
Been Misunderstood and Talked TalkedAbout TlllkedAbont TalkedAbout
About by b People Who Know Noth Nothing Notl1In NothIng ¬
ing In of It ItRone Rone Pastor Stqken StqkenSpeaks St Stken StkenSpeaks ken kenSpeaks
Speaks Seriously SerIOUHI on Problems ProblemsSocialism ProblemsSoclallam ProblemsScIsi1sm
Socialism in various forms was Illus Illustrated J1luatrated Illustrated ¬
trated by a New York millionaire J G GPhelpg GPhelps 0Phelps
Phelps Stokes Stok and his wife Rose Pastor PastorStokes PastorStokes PastorStokes
Stokes in Masonic Temple last evening eveningbefore oenlngbefore eveningbefore
before an audience that more than filled filledthe fillodthe tIlledthe
the large hall Mr Stokes himself is ispresident Ispre ispresident
president pre tclent of half a dozen corporations corporationsand corporationsnd corporationsand
and nd spoke at some length of monopolies monopoliesbringing monopoliesbringing monopoliesbringing
bringing out the idea Id that few twstock twstockholders stock stockholders stockholders ¬
holders of the larger companies had any anything nnything anything ¬
thing to do with actual operations of the theconcerns theeoncernc theconcerns
concerns The two took the lecture plat platform platform platform ¬
form some time ago so in the interosts of ofsocialism ofJIOCIallsm ofsocIalism
socialism They leave today for Florida Floridawhere FlorIdawhere Floridawhere
where several weeks will be spent in inrecreation Inrecreatlcm Inrecreation
recreation recreationMrs recreatlcmlIra recreationMrs
Mrs Stokes who was wa formerly a strip stripper stripper strippet ¬
per in a cigar factory and who met the themillionaire themillionaire themIllionaire
millionaire while both were devoting devotingtheir devotingtheir devotingtheir
their spare time to working in the In Interest Interest Intereet ¬
terest of the New N w York settlements tel followed tollowed tellowed ¬
lowed her husband on the platform last lastnight 1utnlpt lestnight
night She Sb is an earnest talker tt ker and andmade andmade andmade
made her points poIn eiear The nt audience was wascomposed wasoomJJOHCl wascomposed
composed of more women than men and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when Mrs Stokes Stoll was announced she shewas lIbewas shewas
was heartily received Many late 1 t arrivals arrivalswere arrivalsWere arrivalswere
were unable to gain n admittance to the thehall thebalt thehail
Stokes IM i Plain Spoken SpokenMr SpolenMr SpokenMr
Mr Stokes can best be described by bycalling b bcalUnr bycalling
calling him a plain man He is plain plainIn plainIn plainIn
In style of dress draa and equally as a plain plainand platnIUI4 plainand
and sincere in his speech He is tall tallrather taUrather tallrather
rather good looking Joo tp and hardly seems his hiethirtyfive histhirtyfive islethirtyfive
thirtyfive yean When he talks the themillionaire themillionaire themillIonaire
millionaire has a habtt of stepping back backand backand bockand
and forth upon the stage e He speaks speaksoffhand speakso speaksoffhand
offhand o with some hesitation at times timesbut timebut timesbut
but as one on who thoroughly understands understandshis
his subject In his speech Mr Stokes Stokesis StokbIa
is serious Not once last 111 < night did he heso hemucb hese
so much as smile during his address addressNor addreuNor addressor
Nor or did he tell any stories or in any way wayattempt wayattempt wayattempt
attempt to amuse e his hearers He talked talkedbusiness talkedbu8tnea talkedbueine
business bueine from beginning be nng to end endgreatly pod podIa jindIa
Ia beginning he aid socialism Is often ottenpeatly oftengreatly
greatly misrepresented eated His subject was wasThe wuTbe warnThe
The Reasonableness of Socialism SocialismMany SodalI8mMan SocialismMany
Many Man people he said who ho know knownothing knowaothIDg knownothing
nothing about socialism and its purpose purposeare pulJlOMlans purposesare
are always talking aaout it without withoutknowing WithoutJuaowtn withoutknowing
knowing < just what they say saySocialism saySocia1l8n saySocialiain
Socialism it is said a great deal every everywhere eveohe cverywheie ¬
where he seeks the abolition of capital capitalcontinued capitalcontinued plta1 plta1OODtInued
continued Mr Stokes This Is not so soIt 80 80It soIt
It is the control of the capital that social socialism sodallam socialIsni ¬
ism favors fa YOn Socialism is very often said saidto sdto saidto
to desire the abolition of property rights rightsNeither tightsNeltbec rightsNeither
Neither is tile statement true Private Privateownership PrivateownenhlpaD4 Privateownership
ownership ownenhlpaD4 and wealth which others nave navecreated have havecreated havecreated
created is i one of the things to which bleh ob objection ob obJeeUoa ohjection ¬
jection is made by the socialists Social Socialism SodalrecopbDe8 Sociallam ¬
ism recognises the brain worker as well wellas wellIthe wellas
as jtbe the manual laborer laborerShould laborerSbould laborerShould
Should Control Their Output OutputOne OutlJUtOne OutputOne
One of the fundamental principles prtndpl of ofsocialism oC88ClaUmn ofsocialism
socialism is the product of human h labor laborand JaboraM laborand
and the belief that those who have creat created created crestad ¬
ed it have a better right to its disposal disposalthan dl disposalthan pa attho
than any one else Those who produce producemore producemore producemore
more wealth should have more to enjoy enjoyMany enjoyMany joy joyMan
Many Man men are vastly yatl more able than oth others others othems ¬
ers Some are better educated and have havemore havemore havemore
more sMU sk l and these men should shouldthe enjoy enjoythe enjoythe
the privileges of their advantages advantagesas a4vuUlesan advantagesSoclal1n
Soclal1n san that iD octal eondl COndIt1OI COndIt1OIas OlMl OlMlther
as they an sr organised today the tb majorU majorUof IMJOrItt IMJOrIttof
of the lii people ple are denied enjoying nt the thewealth theweahh thewealth
wealth they have created SodaIts8QS SodaIts8QSthat Socialism says saysthat saysthat
1 that as the workers have produced the thewealth UMwealth thewealth
wealth they should have the control of its itsdistribution ItsdlstrtbutiOll ItsdIstrIbution
distribution distributionMr dlstrtbutiOllMr
Mr Stokes referred to the introduction introductionof
of steamdriven machine in the factories factoriesof faeto factoriesof 1 1of
of this th country The owners owners of tbeee ma machines machine machines ¬
chines made it possible to put commodi commodities COIftmocHties commodities ¬
ties on the t market he said far ar cheaper cheaperthan eaperthan cheaperthan
than the work of the human hand could coulddo coukldo coulddo
do This made the livelihood of the work workingman workI workInnman
ingman I more difficult than ever everThe everThe everThe
The machines themselves are all right righthe rI righthe t the
he said but it Is I the Individuals who ho are aremonopolizing acemonopoliztn aremonopolising
monopolizing them who are causing cau all allthe aUthe allthe
the trouble among the laboring Iabol1n climsn cIuIIeaThe clasaseThe climsnThe
The same conditions exist today There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are men willing to work who are unable unableto u unableto able ableto
to get employment at t any of the factories factoriesand tactoriNud factoriesand
and all n on account of the machine and its itsowner Itsowner Itsowner
No o Banality BflulUty Idea IdeaSocialism IcIcnSoctallam IdeaSocIallsm
Socialism in a a political sense seue has no noidea noIdea noidea
idea of equalisation Nothing of the kind kindis kindiii kindis
is iii or has ever been contemplated Many Manysocialists ManyJIOc1a1 Manysocialists
socialists JIOc1a1 a am well as people of other or organizations orpnRatloas organlsatlons ¬
ganizations have their Individual beliefs beliefsPolitical boJletLPollttca1 beliefsPolitical
Political socialism says ys that every on onshould 0 0hOtlld oneshould
should be protected with a right to us Uhis nec nechis
his Jut wealth wealthMrs wealthra wealthMrs
Mrs ra Stokes Stok began her address addr which whichwas wblchWu whichwarn
was brief by reference to the wage wageslavery wageslavery wgeslave7
slavery She te as plainly dressed eeq as 1 her herhusband herbuaband herhusband
husband Last evening evenl she wore a dark darkgreen darkgreen darkFOes
green skirt and a waist of the same samecolor salR salRDolor naiadcolor
color She te of medium height and andslender andIender andblender
slender as is Mr Stokes Stok In talking
Mrs Stokes is slow alo but more impres impressive Impressive Impreselic ¬
sive than her husband husbandThe bu husbAndThe bandThe
The wage slavery of today said saidMrs saidMrsStoke safdMmsStokes Mrs MrsStokes
Stokes Is the main reason for the cause caueeof Cftuseof causeof
of socialism It is the cause of all the thepoverty thepoTert thepoverty
poverty The greater bulk of poverty Is Isbrought Isbrou Isbrought
brought brou ht about in my mind by the pres present present prosout ¬
ent overcapitalization We are progress progressing progr progresslug S8 S8Ing ¬
ing It is true but poverty at tho same samotime sarnoUme sametime
time is increasing on every hand han We Wemust Wemust Wemust
must eliminate the cause MUS In their prog progress prosrea progmess ¬
mess rea the people have overlooked the theounce theounce theounce
ounce of prevention preventionHas preventionlias preventIonline
Has Lived Here I Fifteen lfteen Year YearI yearsI YenrlJ
I have lived in this country fifteen fifteenyears fifteenrs fifteenyears
years rs and with one exception I do not notremember notremember notremember
remember but one great offer ever made madeby m8 madeby e eby
by the Republican party p to the masses massesThis massesThis messesThis
This was the full dinner pal Hill That issue issueto issueto Issueto
to my way wa of thinking was an insult insultMrs InsultMrs InsultMrs
Mrs Stokes ended her address by ap appealing appealing ¬
pealing to th the people to join tho Socialist Socialistparty Soclnlistarty Socialistparty
party arty and to read the literature issued by bythe bythe bythe
the order orderMr orderIr orderMr
Mr Ir and Mrs rs Stokes will return to toWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington March 14 when the two will willmake willmake willmake
make other addresses under the ho auspices auspicesof
of the Economic Educational League Leaguewhich lAttguewhJch Lettguewhich
which organization had charge of the ar arrangements nrrangements armaugements ¬
rangements last night nightLnrprest nightInrett nightLargest
Largest Morning Circulation CirculationAll CirculnUo CirculnUoAn
All advertising contracts eon tracts made by byThe byThe byThe
The Washington Herald are basJ baseuupon basJup basjupon
upon up n Its sworn circulation circulationa a cir circulation circulation cireulaton ¬
culation in Washington larger by bythousands bytheuand bythousandO
thousands than was ever before at attained atta1ned attamed ¬
tamed by any morning newspaper newspaperat
at the Capital Its books are open openHebbafH openlIebb openUebb
HebbafH lIebb ra id Clothes Fit Fitits its in the th make makeIs makeEASTER makeEASTER
Is only four weeks off Let Letui Letus LetUI
ui fake f ke your measure forthe fortheSpring fortheSpring fortheSprint
Spring Suit today todayGEO todayGEOEHEBBAR todayGEO
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1 CONTINDBD FROM FIRST PAGE PAGEsuojoaed pAGnstiqDeed AliL AliLstigoeod
suojoaed Chief Justice JuetteePuller Fuller on tho Su Supremo Supromo SuprOmo ¬
promo bench a position with which his hisname hisnnino hisfltune
nnino name has been many times flatteringly flatteringlyconnected flatteringlyconn6Ct flatteringlyconnected
connected conn6Ct d Mr Spooner said I would would1like wouldlike wouicflike
like to be excused from an Interview InterviewThis IntervlowThis InterviewThis
This matter of resigning re Is i not so new newto newto nowto
to me I have had it in mind for or a long longtime longttme longtime
time and nd have mentioned It to two or orthree orthreE orthree
three Senators weeks back in this session aassionBut sessionDut sessionBut
But I must say there is no truth or foun foundation foundatIon foundation ¬
dation In the slightest degree for the re report report roport ¬
port you mentioned I resign U to > practice practicelaw praotloelaw practicelaw
law afore than this I may be permitted permitted permittedto permittedto
to rafrain from saying now It would be beabsurd beabsurd beabsurd
absurd yes Y criminal and unpatriotic for forme torme forrue
me me a man sixtyfour years old to go to tothe tothe tothe
the Supreme beich be 1eb My day for that that if ifIt ItIt Ifit
It evr dawned wned has ha gone by I am going goingto gotngto goingto
to practice law I have been In the front frontof frontof frontof
of public events long enough enoughNo enoughNo enoughNo
No intimation could be had from any anysource anysource anysource
source MB to what line of law practice practicewould pracUcwould practicewould
would Invite Mr r Spooners activity It Is Isunderstood Isunder Isunderstood
understood under HC that he Is not to enter any anyexisting anyexlstlnff anyexisting
existing firm of great lawyers Iwye but that thathe thath thathe
he h will make his home In New York City Cityand Cityand Cityand
and take charge of some very large in interests Interests Intorests ¬
terests terestsFor terestsFor torestsFor
For many years yea before entering public publiclife publicUfe publiclIfe
life Mr Spooner represented as counsel counlsome counHlsome counselsome
some of 1 the largest t railroad interests Intere Ul in inthe Inthe inthe
the cojntry Prominent among these thesewere theseWere thesewere
were the Vanderbilts and President Pr H H HPorter HPorter HPorter
Porter of the Omaha road There is isreason Isrouon Isreason
reason to believe that his law practice practicewill practicewnt practicewill
will be connected with those interests interestsWellinformed InterestsWeUinCormed InterestsVeIllnformed
Wellinformed persons say 1 that Mr MrSpooners MrSpooner MrSpooners
Spooners resignation is prompted entirely entirelyby entirelYby entIrelyby
by a desire tre after attE r sixteen years in public publiclife publiclife publiclife
life at the constant neglect ne 1ect < of his h private privateinterests privateInterMta privateinterests
interests to earn a competency for old oldage oldage oldage
age He has never been indifferent to tomoneymaking tomoneymaldng tomoneymaking
moneymaking and has lived with a gen generous g gsacrisis n nerous ¬
erous Hand to all 11 about him himA htmA MmA
A consideration that has had its itsInftiMnco IwInstMnc Itslnllusncs
InftiMnco > In inducing him to decide to go goto geto goto
to New N ew York is I the tact that the Sena Senators SeIIators Sei Seitor ¬
tors tor youngest son who is studying strIn art artftnds art artAndl artlinde
ftnds his best opportunities in that city cityThe cI cITM cityThe
The elder son Is a a practicing lawyer in inSeattle InSttJo InSeattle
Seattle The decision to go to New York Yorkaccords Yorkaecor Yorkaccords
accords with the plan of making the theliter sum sumwar Vi5 Vi5user
war home on UM farm In New limp Hampshire IiamIstdr limpshire ¬
shire stdr
Senator La Follcttc Surprised SurprisedTo
To Mr Spooner colleague Mr La LaFoilette LaFollette LaFoilette
Foilette Follette the news MW of the resignation tIcm was wasan wuan wasan
an absolute surprise Senator La AFoIlette AFoIlettew LFOIIettOwas Follette Follettewas
was w ill III 1 N bed at his home hi Chevy ChevyChase Cbev7Cbuc ChevyChase
Chase when wll the telephone carried the in intelligence Intellipece intelilgenes ¬
telligence to him He arose to hear the tbeaccount theaocuuat theaccount
account of th matter and would barfly barflybelieve hutlt hutltbC hardlybellevt
believe bC what NTS was told him He said he hehad Jaebad hehad
had no knowledge whatever of the theCWTeRee oc occurrence cccurrence ¬
CWTeRee currence and could not talk of it It He Hewould Hewould liewould
would not Indicate any expectation with withregard withregard withreprd
regard to the possible successor to tocolleague his biscolleague hiscolleague
colleague and had no preference to men mention mention mendon ¬
tion for publication pub tlon He could < only ax axpress axpr oxtirees
press pr JaI utter astonishment at the news newsThere newsThere newsThere
There was prompt speculation around the theCapitol theCapitol thecapitol
Capitol among Wisconsin men and West Western Weera Westens ¬
era politicians in regard to the political politicaleffect poIIdcale POlIUCIledect
effect e < Pct of Mr Spooners resignation Mom Members KenaberI Mombore ¬
bore of tile Badger State delegation deiepttoathat saM saMthat soldthat
that there would be numerous candidates candidatesfor eandldatefer candidatesfor
for the vacancy ncaDey The legislature lePdatu is now nowm ROWIn nowin
m In session and will it is believed enter enterat enterat ter terat
at once on the selection of a successor to toMr toMr toMr
Mr Spooner Under the Wisconsin pri primary prI prIIIUUT psimary ¬
mary law no election for the long term termbeginning term termbe termbeginning
beginning be 1lC March 4 1 MM 1 can be made by bythis b7thlt bythis
this legislature The election now can canbe canbf1 canbe
be only for the two years remaining of ofMr ofMr ofXi
Mr Spooners term termThe tellLThe termThe
The names of all candidates ldatei for Senator Senatormust satorJDt18t Senatormust
must be submitted to the people at the theprimaries theprtmartea theprimaries
primaries primariesIt
It Is interesting < further in that connec connection eoaneetJon counection ¬
tion that no person holding any office hi hitbe batba InLbs
Lbs gift of the citUens of the State can canbe callbe canbe
be a candidate for Senator at t the pri primaries prt prtmartea psimores ¬
mores while retaining any other office officeTherefore oftieeTheftfon 015ccTherefore
Therefore Theftfon to members of the Wisconsin Wisconsindelegation W D8ln D8lnIt
delegation beisguon It becomes a matter to decide decidewhether deeJdewhet decidewhether
whether whet they tM will consent to become can candfriftieg CAbefore candidaten
dfriftieg before the legislature ture at this time timeIt tIMeIt timeIt
It It is understood that Mr Cooper who whorepresents wttolflHlll8J wiserepresents
represents a the First district watch is in inthe IIthe inthe
the extreme southeast part of UM tb State Stateand Stateand 3tateand
and Mr Esch who represents the Sev Seventh Se Seenth 5eventh ¬
enth or La Crosse district are candidates candidatesand caadldatesDd candidatesand
and Dd mention men lion was not infrequently made madeyesterday madeof madeyesterday
yesterday of the possible po candidacy candtdae of Mr MrJ MrJ
J 1 H H Davidson > n who represents the theEighth eDshth theEighth
Eighth or Oshkosh district districtGets Jm1ctOet districtOcts
Gets Oet Spooner1 Sent SentThe Son ScatThe t tThe
The seat vacated by Senator Jpooner soor1ft JpoonerIn
In the Senate is the most desirable i ill the thechamber tileehamber thechamber
chamber and nd to it succeeds Senator Bev DeYertdge Eeveridge BeverMge
erMge of I ITwo IndiansTwo Indiana IndianaTwo
Two yean ago when Senator Beveriog Beveriogwas BeYerIdpWII8
was la Indiana he picked up a paper and andread andrd andrend
read that Senator Spooner was w to be bemade benaa4e bemade
made Attorney Attor ey General and at that time timehe timebe timehe
he determined to apply appl for the vacant vacantseat vaeaatseatJ vacantseats
seat Something put it out of his head headhowever beadhoweftl headbowsrem
however and be forgot aU about it until untilyesterday untilY untilyesterday
yesterday Y 7 when whela without knowing kaowt of ofSenator ofSenator ofSenator
Senator Spooners resignation he spoke spokeabout 8POkeabout spokeabout
about it It It was not long before the news newsof De Deof newsof
of the resignation came out Senator SenatorBeveridge Sena SenatorBeveridge tor torBeverklae
Beveridge spoke to Senator Spooner Spoonerabout Spoonerabout
about it itYes Ity ItYes
Yes y he saM I have ve resigned r You Youcan Youean Youesn
can have my seat now nowft DOWn nowrt
ft is the seat that was occupied by byOliver b bOUTer byOUvsr
Oliver P Morton Xar and by Roeeee Conk ConkNag Conkhag
Nag 11
Governor a Candidate CandidateThe Oautlhlntebe CnndldateThe
The be candidacies caD of the present gayer governor lJQYernor gayernor ¬
nor James 1 O Davidson Attorney Gen General General Conoral ¬
eral Connor Irving Lenroot Len former formerspeaker formerSpeaker formerspeaker
speaker erf the ts lower house of the legis legislature legislature loginiature ¬
lature and former Congressman Co Isaac IsaacStephenson IsaacStepheft IsaacStephenson
Stephenson On are assured ured AU of these men menare menare menare
are known as strong La FolleUe adher adherents adheren adherents ¬
ents en There is not a little feeling that thatMr thatIr thatl1r
Mr Ir Stephenson should be given the honor honorof honor honoroC honorof
of serving for the two years remaining remalnln of ofSenator ofSenator ofSenator
Senator Spoonerg term Mrs Mr LenrootT is isregarded Isre Isregarded
regarded re decl as perhaps the ablest of the men mennamed meanamed mennamed
named and his popularity extends to all allparts allINLrts allpar
parts par of the Commonwealth although hiM htehome hiMhome hishome
home is in the extreme northern part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State StateThe StateThe te teThe
The resignation resl of Senator Spooner ac according acCGrdln according ¬
cording CGrdln to all advices win have the effect effectof effectof effectof
of quenching quencbl effectually the factional factionalfeud fae factionalfeud onal onalfeud
feud that for many years eara has rent the Re Republicans Re RepUblican Repubhicana ¬
publicans of Wisconsin The socalled socalledStalwart 8OcaUecIStalwart socalledStalwart
Stalwart faction now no has no proponent of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their interests and the personal element elementwhich elementwhich elementwhich
which has Inspired the feud with heat heatand heatand heatand
and life is no longer Ion cr possible of emphasis emphasisIt emphuiIt
It can be said with truth that thatthe the re retirement retlremJIt retirement ¬
tirement of Senator Spooner Spoon r and Repr Representative ReprentaUve Reprsentative ¬
sentative Babcock leaves the delegation delegationfrom delesaUonfrom delegationfrom
from Wisconsin without a single Stalwart Stalwartmember Stalwartmember Stalwartmember
member memberNdt memberNdt memberNdt
Ndt only will the new ne Senator to he hechosen hech08en hechosen
chosen be In accord with Senator La Ft 1 1lette 1lett Ilett
lette lett but b t it te g said the entire delegatim delegatimwill deJesaUnwm deiegatItnwill
will be found working okl in harmony with withhim withhim withhim
him This Thl will ill have its effect on the situ situation situation situatlon ¬
ation in 1908 1 l5O wh when h n the Republicans of the theState theState theState
State will according to those acquainted acquaintedwith acquaintedv1th acquaintedwith
with Wisconsin consIn politics be united in send sending sendIng sendbig ¬
ing to the next Republican Republi national con convention COnventlon conventIon ¬
vention a solid delegation d ltption pledged to the thesupport thesupport thesupport
support of Mr La Follette for the nomi nomination nomination nomination ¬
nation for the Presidency The strength strengthof
of the Wisconsin Wl8con ln candidate being largely largelyin
in the West the moral effect of a strong strongand strongand strongand
and undivided support from roni his own State Statemay Statemay Statemay
may be expected to win to him the dele delegates delegats delegates ¬
gates from neighboring States The Th argu argument argument argumont ¬
ment which is being made not only in inWisconsin InWIsconsin inWisconsin
Wisconsin but wherever throughout the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country the position of the Wisconsin WisconsinSenator WillCOnslnSenator WIsconsinSenator
Senator pn the railroad d question que tlon and other otherpublic otherpublic otherpublic
public utility problems is known and ap appreciated Kppredated appredated ¬
predated that he is the only logical can candidate candidate candidate ¬
didate to succeed President Roosevelt and andcontinue andcontinue andcontinue
continue the policies of tbe present ad administration admlnftra administration ¬
ministration mlnftra tion will now be insisted on in inthe Inthe Inthe
the West with iOt redoubled force forcePoint forceI1lnt forceioint
Point for the Advertiser AdertlserTho AdertlserThonowspaper AdvertiserThenewspaper Tho Thonewspaper
newspaper that goes into the thehomes thehomes thehomes
homes is the newspaper that brings bringsadvertising bringsJIlvert1slog bringsadvertising
advertising results More people peoplei peo peoplehere le leIJera
i here by thousands are reading The TheWashington Th TheWashington >
Washington rasbln t n Herald than ever be before before before ¬
fore rend a morning newspaper at atthe atthe attheCapital
the theCapital Capital
Officials Offici ls and ant Legislators De Deplore Deplore DoiOFC ¬
plore iOFC Spooners RetirementI RetirementTERMED RetirementTERMED Retirement RetirementTERMED
Secretary Seeretar Hoot Declare Senator SenatorResignation SenatorReIJInntloll SenatorResignation
Resignation In a Public Misfortune MisfortuneHigh 3l1dortuneHI MisfortuneHigh
High HI h Tributes Are Paid Him by byKnor byiuox byKnox
Knox Bailey Daile and the Member of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Wisconsin VIHeon ll1 Delegation DelegationThe DeJeJuUonThe DelegtionThe
The report that Senator Spooner had re resigned 1tsigned yesigned ¬
signed was at itt received r with incredu incredulity IncroduJlty ¬
lity about the Capitol CapitolWhen CapitolWhen capitolWhen 1
When it became known that the letter letterof lotterof letterof
of resignation r actually had been sent to toGov tGov toCoy
Gov Davidson everybody from Senators Senatorsand Senatorsand Senatorsand
and Representatives down to pages and andporters aadportor andporters
porters express expr expressed regret that Mr Spooner Spoonerhad Spoonerhlul Spoensrhad
had seen n tit t to take such action actionCould actionCoult1 actionCould
Could all the complimentary compltmen ry things said saidabout sakiabout saidabout
about him at the th Capitol in the course coursethe counethe coursethe
the afternoon be compiled complied and presented presentedto
to the Senator he would have reason to tobe tob tobe
be b very very proud of the feeling enter entertained entertaIned entertamed ¬
tained for him by all those who know him himand himand himand
and who have been in contact with 1lh him himduring himdUrlRg himduring
during the yexrs he has represented Win Wisconsin WJ8cuomn Winconalu ¬
consin in the Senate President Roosevelt Rooseveltadded RooIJeoIladded Roosevetadded
added his expressions xpresttlo 8 of regret to those thoseof eot thoseof
of the Senators colleagues coJleaguerho colleaguesThe colleaguesThe
The tributes paid him were not all on onaccount onAOO onaccount
AOO account Uftt of his h hi ability by any means meansThere meansTae meansThere
There were just ju t as many declarations as asto ASto asto
to his h uniform Uorm kindness kItid and courtesy and andas andas andas
as to his personal worth worthIrnise w worthlraisc rtb rtbJrube
Irnise from from Fairbanks FairbanksVJoe PaJrtankViae FaIrbanksvies
vies President Fairbanks laJriIu had this to tosay toy torIM tosay
say y
rIM Th The retirement t lrement of Sesmtor Spooner Spoonerfront Spoonertrom Spoonerfrom
front the United States Senate Is greatly greatlyto
to be regretted for he Js on one of the best bestmen befitmen bestflea
men hi the nations MUon service He is a astatesman aIn as444esman
statesman in th the fullest and best sense senseable HMe HMeable senseable
able and fearless fear conseie consdetious tSons and m mdefattfabie JftdefaUpbIe hidefatigable
defattfabie in th the discharge r his gnat gnatpublic peatpubUc greatpublic
public duties He has been a a distinct distinctpower dlaUnctpower distinctpower
power In the consideration and determl determlmUkMt determlJUUIo determinission
mUkMt of many great public questions questionsPublic queltttoMPnhJlc questionsPu1iIcMIicfortune
Public Pu1iIcMIicfortune OliNfortune Sny Sn Sns Root RootSecretary RootSecrMary RootSecretary
Secretary of State Root said saidI
I think the resignation t of Senator SenatorSpooner trSpoorer SenahirSpoons
Spoons is a public misfortune Every Everyone Eftf7ODe EveryOtto
one of whatever party who wb te familiar familiarwith famlttarwith familiarwith
with the operations of government and andwho aadwho andwho
who wishes for wte wise and effective e ecUve govern government pvernt governmeat ¬
meat t must regret r t It deeply There are areno areno
no conditions condltlo in I the world under which whichleadership whichlederwldp whichleadeinbip
leadership te dependent more m re absolutely absolutelyon
on O personal qualities than in our Senate Senateand SeMteaM Senateand
and House of Representatives Mere Meremembership MeeJDelDbenhlp Meremembership
membership in one of those bodies bs4 does doesnot doeIROt doesnot
not make a small maa great but it itaffords ItaIfo itaffords
affords aIfo oppoftsMittes to a man of great greatqualities gr grquaBt1ea greatqualities
qualities to excrete power and render renderpublic reIIderpublic readerpublic
public service unequaled In any place placeexcept placeexcept
except 0505 tbe Presidency PresidencyOur Pre PresidencyOur ldeacyour
Our history shows a succession 8UOOeI of ofnUlDber a asmall aemail
small number of very aM able mn with withgreat withgreAt withgreat
great force of character and devotion to tothe tottle tothe
the public ubUc service who have been pre predominant prodominant ¬
dominant in molding DW14t the legislative policy policyof policyof policyof
of the country Mr Spooner belongs beJo gs to tothte totbI8 tothis
this succession The nation owes a debt debtof cJeIKof debtof
of gratitude dtude to the State of Wisconsin Wisconsinfor Wisconsinfor eoMIft eoMIftfor
for contributing < him to th tIN work of na national 11UO no notional ¬
tional UO government H He will be sadly sadlymissed udlrIIII sadlymissed
missed when Congress reconvenes reccmveDe8Ids and andhis sadhis
his old associates feel th the lose of his hiswtadom hiswtedom hiswisdom
wisdom and strength his courage coura and andmagnanimity IUMImacaaatmity andmagnanimity
magnanimity magnanimityLanded macaaatmityLamlell magnanimityLauded
Landed l IJY y Secretary Taft TaftThe TaftThe TuftThe
The Secretary of War Mr Taft Taft on onbeing ORbeanc anbeing
being Informed of Senator Spooners Spoonersresignation Spooaersioa Spoonersn
resignation ioa n said saidThe aJ4TIlle saidThe
The country suffers < a peAt loss Jo8KIn Jo8KInsnatoI In InSenator hiSenator
Senator Spooner SpoooJ withdrawal from public publicIff P8bUcJIlL publiclife
Iff JIlL He te coacedcdly th the greatest rsatest parlia parliamentary parllAIHIItaIy parhamontaiy ¬
mentary debater of his day and really reallydeserves re117delerna reallydeserves
deserves the title so much muc misapplied misappliedof ml appUedof
of a great eat constitutional lawyer Every Everytreat EyeryIftt Everygreat
treat set of Congressional naI legislation m mthe Iatbe Inthe
the sixteen years yea of his service has beta betamad bettmade becamade
mad made better and more lucid and more moredearly moreclear17 moreclearly
dearly within the constitutional limits of ofCongressional ofC ofCongrIonal
Congressional C ioaal authority by amendments amendmentsand ameA4mentaaDd amendmentsand
and suggestions 1IReatto of his which did not bear bearhte bearhill bearhis
hill name but which hleb were prompted by byhis bybls byhis
his sense of responsibility r for the body bodyof bod7ot bodyof
of which bIch be was a distinguished member memberHis memberHI memberHis
His HI power as a a lawyer Ja wyer and debater te not notatone notIone notalone
atone Ione iu I Ii his keenness kee of Intellect ect his lu lucidity 1udelfty haeldity ¬
cidity and aptness pt of speech his hlI great greatlogical greatlogical
logical I cal faculty f u1ty and his hi power of applica application appllcadon applicatlon ¬
don to the subjectmatter but also In the thejudicial theJudicial thejudicial
judicial quality of his mind mind which forces forceshim foreesbba forceshim
him to weigh and consider th the argument argumentof argumentsof
of his opponents and to meet them on the theground tit titIOUDd theground
ground they select Ieet without evasion evasionHe eyuionHe evasionHe
He has sacrificed much of comfort and andwealth adwea1lh andwealth
wealth in order that be might mJ t serve his htecountry hiseoantl7 hiscountry
country with aa eye single to the public publicInterest publiclaterl publicinterest
Interest t He H has not thereby escaped the thedarts thedrts
j darts of malicious calumny but he has hasseen buHell hasseen
seen them fall harmless harml and forgotten forgottenHis fOIKOUenIlil forgottenHis
His unanimous return retumto to the Senate after aftera afteredtJl
a declination edtJl on to stand and against the thewill theWilt thewill
will of persistent Je nt enemies enem was as a moat moatremarkable mo mostremarkable t treJMrkable
remarkable evidence of the position Ida htegreat hilit Idagreat
great t ability and integrity had won for forhim forhtJn forhim
him The TheOOd good he has doa done entities him himto himto himto
to retire re te but we w must t aH regret that he hefeeta hefeels hefeel
feels feel compelled to withdraw Senator
Spooner has honored me with an intimate intimatefriendship intlmaletrlM lntmatefriendship
friendship trlM sbip for sixteen years I feel a agenuine apnulne agenuine
genuine personal r onaJ sorrow that he is to toleave toJeave toleave
leave Washington WashingtonBiihnitcci WaahJlICtOILBnlmuce WashingtonIluliance
Biihnitcci Senates Standing StandingSenator StnmllngSenator StandisigSenator
Senator Spooners retirement t is a very veryj veryleat verygreat
j great lose to the Senate said Senator SenatorLodge SenatorIo SenatorLodge
Lodge To To say y that he te one of the theablest thtaWet theablest >
ablest lawyers and wisest legislators in inthe inthe Inthe
the Senate is only to repeat peat what every everybody everybody everybody ¬
body knows But Senator Speoner te temore Imore Ismore
more than all 11 this He is a man who by
his attainments and talent and still more moreby moreby moreby
by his high character and conception of ofpublic ofpublic ofpublic
public duty raises the reputation repota on of the theSenate t theSeate e eSenate
Senate in the eyes of the world and he
helps to maintain malnt h1 it at a level of its itsbest itsbost Itsbest
best traditions To T his personal friends friendshis frIen friendshis s shis
his retirement is a source of deep regret regretDeplored regretD regretDqplored
Deplored D plored l by y Knoz KnozI
I ant certain < f rtaln the groat majority of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American people will learn with sincere sincereregret tilnccrergrot sincereregret
regret that Senator Spooner has resigned resignedWs reslgnet1h resignedIsle
Ws seat said Senator Knox I feel f el cer certain certain certabs ¬
tain of this because I believe the people peopleknow peopleknow peopleknow
know of and appreciate the great services seniceshe senlcesIte serviceshe
he has rendered as a public man manHis manHis manIlie
His ability courage frankness and andgood andgood andgood
good temper have won the admiration and andaffection andaffMtfon andaffection
affection of all his assocIates in the Sen Senate Senate Seaate ¬
ate ate and I am sure the fact of his resig resignation reslspatton reslgnation ¬
nation which is a surprise to us all will willbe will1M willbe
be regarded by all as a serious public publicand publicand publicand
and personal loss lossSenator lossSenator
I ISenator
Senator Bailey Tribute TributeSenator TributeSenator I
Senator S nator Bailey DILlie when asked askedfor for an ex expression exPlt expreoslon ¬
pression Plt alon > said saidIt sakiIt saidIt
It appears to me to be one of the thegreatest thegrteat thegreatest
greatest blows that the Senate has suf suffered suffered setfered ¬
fered In many years e rs Senator Spooner fe feindisputably 6Indisputably hiIndisputably
indisputably a wonderful lawyer who whoknows whoknows
knows the every angle of his profession professionand professionand professionand
and the Ul practice of it It As a debater he heranks heranks heranks
ranks among the ablest in tho Senate and andas andas 1 1as
as a legislator his worth has been many manytimes manyUmM manytimes
times demonstrated I regret the de decision dfcl8lon dtcuba ¬
cuba which takes him out of the Senate Senatealthough Senatealthough Senatealthough
although I am sure that he will be a acredit acrHlt acredit
credit to whatever work he undertake undertakeFrom undertaksFrom > s sFrom
From Viwconnin Representatives ReprenentatlvenRepresentative RepreJlentntheIJRepresentative RepresentativesRepresentatIve
Representative Cooper of the First din district dlstrlet dintrict ¬
trict of Wisconsin said saidI
I share the general surprise which whichgreeted whichreeted whichgreeted
greeted reeted Mr Spooners announcement annoupcement annoupcementH1a
His withdrawal will be keenly felt In the theSenate thesnate theSenate
Senate as he was undoubtedly one of its itsablest Itsable itsablest
ablest t members membersRepresentative membersRepresontattve memberSRepresentative
Representative Each of the Seventh Seventhdistrict Soventhdletr1ct Seventhdistrict
district said saidSenator saidSenator saIdSenator
Senator Spooner was a great benefit to tothe tothe tothe
the Senate e as a lawyer and his lose 1 will willbe willbe willbe
be felt In more ways 8 than one I have havealways hayeatwaS havealways
always regarded him as one of the finest finestminds fineslminds finestminds
minds in the country countryRepresentative countrR8pro countryRpresentatlve
Representative R8pro entatlve Stafford of the Fifth Fifthdtetrlet Fifthclt FIfthdistrict
district dtetrletN clt trletNe districtNo
Ne N man has represented our State Statemore StateJItOre Statesnore
more ably y in my recollection Senator SenatorSpooner SenatorSpooner SenatorSpooner
Spooner leaves the Senate with the deep deepest deepe deepont ¬
est e t regret of all followers of his work In Inthat Inthat I Ithat
that body bodyRepresentative bod bodRepres bodyRepresentative
Representative Repres ltUttive Davidson echoed ed the theopinions the0JJhI1omI theop1nou
opinions expressed by the other mem members membenJ messberg ¬
berg of the th Wisconsin delegation delegationSenator delegationSenator lelegatlonSenator
Senator Spooners retirement will willregretted be beregretted beregretted
regretted by the whole State of WIscon WIsconsin Wl Wisconsin cor cor8In
sin and by the country at large he said saidRepte8fttaUve saidRepresentative
Representative Nelson NeJ on of the Second SecondcJlatrtct Seconddistrict
district said saidI
I have always aJw ya regarded Senator Spoon Spooner
er as one of the greatest minds our ourState ourState
State bus produced and I feel with every everyother everyotlper ery eryoUter
other person from Wisconsin the irrep JrreprabIe Irrepsxnble
arable loss Ida withdrawal will be to the thehte theState theState
State We will have a bard time ailing ftlltnghili ailinghis
his shoes shoesRepresentatives shoMRepreeentalhes shoesRepresentatives
Representatives Minor and Brown also alsoexpressed aaneoxpreuetl alsocupseased
expressed their regret and paid JM d high hightrlbutttf hightrlburte hightributba
trlbutttf to Senator Speoners ability and andpersonal andpenonal andpersonal
personal worth wrthM wertMANY worthMANY
Wisconsin Yllleon ln YjCjrlMlatnre In Se Session SelIloDnnd Sessionanti Ion Ionand
and Hot Fight Is Looked For ForSFctai ForS ForliseiI
SFctai to The WMtataffton Herald llenkLMilwaukee HeraldMthVaukee HealSMlIukse
Milwaukee Wte March S IThe The news newsfrom ROWSrr newsfrom
from rr Washington this afternoon a ternoon that thatSenator thatSeIIat thatSenator
Senator J C Spooner had resigned caused causeda
a sensation through the State as only y a awry anw avery
wry few of his friends her here and hte family familyknew fam familyknew y yknew
knew of his h plans plansThe planaThe plansThe
The Wisconsin legislature is now in son session eSUNI sonsion ¬
sion and the contest that wilt fellow fellowover fellowover followover
over the election of his successor promises promfesto
to be the hottest that has been held here herefor herefor herefor
for years yea Already a a number of candidates candidateshave candidatesMve candidateshave
have been quietly laying plans for two twoyears twoears twoyears
years ears hence wh when n it was expected th thSenator the theSeaator theSenator
Senator would refuse to be a candidate candidatehut candkIatebut candidatebut
but the resignation of Spooner has hasknocked hps hpskMcked qss qssknocked
knocked all plans sky high and from to tonight togilt tonight ¬
night gilt on it te everybodys fight fightHere fightFIwe fightHere
Here are a few of the men who are arementioned areetittoRed arementioned
mentioned as possible pos posolblecandidates candidates tonight tonightIsaac tontgtttISuc tonightIsac
Isaac Stephenson millionaire lumberman lumbermanand lumbenwaDi lumbermanand
i and financial ARa d1 agent of Senator Robert M MLa 1LI MLa
I La Lalol1ette Follette Gov James Jam O Davidson now nowserving BOWHrTlng nowserving
serving bill second term as governor goer r W WL WL
L 1 Connor lieutenant governor and chair chairman chfttrman chaIrman ¬
man of the State central committee Rep Representative RepreMlltatlYe Repreemtatfve ¬
resentative John J JEsch Esch of La Crosse CrosseRepresentative CrossRepceaeatathe CrosseRepresentative
Representative H A A Cooper of 0 o Racine RacineRepresentative RaetneJteplMefttattYe RaelnItepresentathe
Representative John J Jenkins of Su Superior Superior Snparlor ¬
perior Judge JucJ e W W Webb rebh of Waupaca WaupacaI
I L L L Lenroot of Superior W V H Hatten Hattenof Hatt Hattot Hattessof
of New London Walter Panel Houser of ofMondovi ofMondovl f fMOSdOVI
Mondovi MondoviMany MondovlMan MOSdOVIMany
Many Man other candidates are expected expectedONLY etpectedONLY expectedONLY
Ueildcrlinrn Company Complying Compllngwith ComplyingwIth ComplyinKivltli
with New en Food I ood Law LawIf LawIf LawIt
If there is any organization In the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country that is making an honest effort effortto elrortto effortto
to comply with 1th the purefood law it is istbe Hthe Isthe
the John Wedderburn Company family familyliquor familyliquor familyliquor
liquor dealers of Ct and 61S F street streetThte streetTtata streetThis
This company eOmpany has established a new line lineof tineof Itneof
of business s in the way of a liquor store storeThe storeThe storeThe
The company has spent many thousands thousandsof
of dollars in making m klng the store one of the themost themo themost
most mo t attractive places of its sort in the tbecity thecity thecity
city All the interior appointments are arethose antthose aretho
those tho e of the finest drug store Its tele telephoneorder telepboneorder telephoneorder ¬
phoneorder system has also been per perfected pereted perfooted ¬
footed so that it is only necessary to call callMain callain callMaIn
Main fciW to be assured that any order orderwill orderwill orderwill
will be promptly filled and as promptly promptlydelivered promptlydeHvered promptlydelivered
delivered deliveredTbe deHveredThe deliveredThe
The company comp ny has decided to go ahead aheadlabeling ah8tldla aheadlabelIng
labeling la ollng ail goods so that there cannet cannetbe cannetbe CInnetbe
be the least doubt in the mind of the tbecustomer thecustomer thecustomer
customer as to just what bflt he Is getting gettingIn gettingIn gettingIn
In the matter of whisky one of the most mostpopular mo mostpopular t tpopular
popular brands that the firm handles is iswhat iswhat iswhat
what has been known as its blended blendedrye blendedry blendodrye
rye ry This brand will hereafter be known knownunder knownunder knownunder
under the law as Rye and Bubon BurbonBlended BubonBlended BubonBlended
Blended The Highspire and Widder Widderburn Wldderburn Widdorburn
burn are straight rye re whiskies whiskiesThe whiskiesThe whiskIesThe
The Wedderburn Company will be care careful CAreful careful ¬
ful to > label all of its domestic goods do domestic domeatlc domestic ¬
mestic and all of its foreign goods im imported imported itsported ¬
ported This company handles many im imported imported imported ¬
ported liquors wines and cordials and andis andIs andIs
is now having everything analyzed to tomake tomake tomake
make sure that Its Imported goods are areexactly Kreexaetly areeXactly
exactly what they are represented
Edward J Stoilwagn Irtsident IrtsidentJames 1raidftatJames lresldmtJames
James G Payne Pa First Vie Viae Vl Picrtdent PicrtdentUttj IckIatUtu PredOsetUtn
Uttj E Hantlton lI Jton Second Vise riwWent riwWentAttorney 1ftMdaItA lxvddestAttomey
Attorney A and ad Trust Officer OfficerOeo 011olGee OcsGee
Gee E Eo MentiMR Secretary and t Assistant Ti TiOttecr T TOAllft Tuiet Tuietoncer
Ottecr OttecrEdaou OAllftEdIou oncerEm
Edaou II Osda dIda dIdaUam TRMwtr TRMwtrHarry TnomwHarry
Harry O W Vflson Assistant AIIWaatW TwManr TwManrW Tetsisiwyrank
W Frank 1 1 Huron Andfeor AndfeorBdward A ARdwanl Andlicsgeweni
Bdward L L I HiUyer Anisunt A Secretary SecretaryDIRECTORS SeeretarDJRECfORSL SeeseteqDIRECTORS
Arthur D Addhwn A AddhwnScott ftnm A S Kenny KennyJamt KmayScoU KennySeott
Scott C Ilone IloneMtctodJ Jamt X LucId LMnbieWilna 1 1Ilcbael LucIdIlcbid
MtctodJ Ilcbael J Cothot CothotJowl CoSIIart Wilna William P PJowpb UvMOtab UvMOtabJ
Jowpb J Jowl II CreaSed CrasliDsdRobert J 1 Note Ncg ota McOfO McOfOFrederick McGillItobert eGf eGfltobtrt
Robert I n LUmaMam LUmaMamJ Frederick FndrridcCJ ltieuir ck It McOidre McOidreBdward MeGuireI
J Mavry 118 Dor DorUeorge DonI Dote Bdward J JGewgc 7 SUHwmen SUHwmenGcorgv SteItwesetGNge
Ueorge T DNntap DNntapIktmrd D hp George X McLamnan McLamnanTheodore MciAeshealerge cL cLOiINM
lerge Gibes Theodore J Jilerserd Mayer MayerAnMek 1 1Jkmard
Iktmrd R Green GrMaQrorga AnMek Palmer PahncrJanes PI PIOIOlCl PalmerGeorge
George B HaariUc HaariUcWalter James I G PayiM PayiMDnmaui I IWatter IainaWalter
Walter S S Harfean HarfeanJ Dnmaui C C Phflrlps PhflrlpsFrancis
J ThQman Hendrh driek Francis A Riehardton RiehardtonJohn niellanhcMItadulph ItidusdiseltdApti
Itadulph Kadn John H Snail jr jrB JrV
V 1 J Kaufman B Francis SauL
Such is the Banking Depart Department Department Departnient ¬
ment of this company wherein whereinis
is transacted a general banking bankingbusiness bankingbusiness bankingbusiness
business businessThis businessThis businessThis
This department is under the thesupervision thesupervision thesupervision
supervision of the US U S Comp Comptroller Ccmptroller Comptroller ¬
troller of Currency and offers offersdepositors offersdepositors offersdepositors
depositors every protection pr tectioIi as aswell aswell aswell
well as every modern banking bankingfacility bankingfacilitY bankingfacility
facility facilityBanking facilitYBanking facilityBanking
Banking business busincssof of every everycharacter cerycharacter everycharacter
character is invited iQvif d Interest Interestaid Interestpaid Interestpaid
paid > aid on ALL accounts
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