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Mrs 1rs McLean Sets Forth Im Important 1mportant Important
portant facts factsPAUSE FactsAUSEOF FactscAUSE
Work Discontinued Because of
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tion Mrs Belvn A
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The e President Pre win iifl receive rcera the Continental ContinentalCongress ContmenWat ContinentalCongrese
Congress at the 8 White House Houses H
8 P M arAnDeancemecta Mt3 MM1De2ncec1ets
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baBet is i COtlCNded COtlCNdedYusb1 conudedMu3Lal
JIuskal evwfaig evwfaigNotwithstanding erenh1Notwithstanding eTeningNotwlthntndfng
Notwithstanding the defeat of the ad administrations admfnlstr1Uons admtnintrntlons ¬
ministrations candidate in the election electionfor electlonfor electionfor
for regent of the New York State Daugh Daughters Daughters Daughtern ¬
ters of the American Am rean Revolution at the theelection theelection theelection
election held Tuesday night the greeting greetingaccorded greetIngaccord greetingaceorded
accorded accord d the th president general of the thenational thenational thenational
national society Mrs Donald McLean McLeanwhen McLeanwhen McLeanwhen
when she entered Continental Hall at all allthree allthree allthree
three of the sessions yesterday was waswarmer waswarmer aa aawarmer
warmer than that accorded her at any anytime anytime anytime ¬
time since the congress opened openedWhen openedWhen openedWhen
When the hour for the afternoon session sessionarrived sasslonarrived sessionarrived
arrived every seat in the mammoth mammothauditorium mammothauditorium mammothauditorium
auditorium was wa filled and aa a the presi president prs prsdent preetdent ¬
dent general walked down the aisle to the thestage thestage thestage
stage she was greeted with an energetic energeticclapping energeUcclapping energeticclapping
clapping ot hands If Mrs McLean was waspiqued waspiqued waspiqued
piqued by the result of the election of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the day before before the failed to show any anytrace uytrace anytrace
trace of it itThere ItThere It ItThere
There are two distinct factions in the thecongress thecongress thecongress
congress but whether they will enter the thecontest thecontefit thecontest
contest today for the election of ten vice vicepresidents vicepresidents vicepresidents
presidents has not been intimated intimatedThird IntimatedThird IntimatedThird
Third Days Session SessionThe SesslollThe SessionThe
The third days session closed last night nightwith nightwith nightwith
with an illustrated lecture on The Birth Birthof Birthof Birthof
of the Flag by Louis Loul H Cornish of ofNew ofXew ofNew
New York Mr Cornish commenced his hislecture hislecture hislecture
lecture by reciting the origin of the first firstHags firstfiags firstflags
Hags used by the Colonies and of the themaking thlmaking themaking
making of the first American flag by byHags byflags byflags
flags used by the colonies and of the thefirst thefirst thelirst
first place it was unfurled Mr Cornish Cornishused CornishtIAfOd Cornishused
used stereoptiean views of ail the flags flagsand ftagsand flagsand
and standards showing them from the thetime tMtime thetime
time the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth PlymouthRock PlymouthRock PlymouthRock
Rock in IffiO 1CO to the present pre ent day dayThe dayThe dayThe
The report of th the Memorial Continental ContinentalKail ContinentalHall ContinentalHall
Hall committee of which Mrs McLean McLeanis cLean cLeanis
is president was the principal order of ofbusiness ofbusneliS ofbusiness
business in the afternoon In submitting submittingher
her report Mrs McLean said the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee had made but one contract in the thelast tbelast thelast
last year This Thi was done she addedthrou addedthrough added addedthrough
through throu h the suggestion lIu guoa of the architect architectwho architectwho sZChItaCtwho
who thought the committee would profit profity
h > > y waiting wittn until the cost of building buUcl ma materials mrt matfrials ¬
terials t rials had fallen fallenMrs taUebMrs fallenirs
Mrs irs McLean said saidWe midWe lei leiWe
We have now on hand Ii 67089 7OG There Therewas Therewas Tbirewas
was but one contract cODtTact made and < that was wasfinished waafinished wasfinished
finished in August Au t and the bill paid Id in InSeptember InSeptember
September This contract was for light lighting ttshting Uhtng ¬
ing ng and heating heatlD and th the work had been beendone beendone beendone
done satisfactorily satisfactorilyHigh satlataetorllyHigh satisfactorilyHigh
High Price of material iUatorlalWe MaterialWe materialWe
We did not go ahead with the building buildingon
on account of the high pric priCe of material materialAnd matertalnd materiaLnd
And nd again if you will remember there therewas tberewas therewas
was quite a money panic c in the winter winterand winterand winterand
and that had to be considered There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was not enough money mon on hand to com complete complete corntilete ¬
plete the exterior 8 < tertor of the building or even evenmake evenlake evenmake
make a creditable showing so th the com committee committee cornmitten ¬
mittee decided It was not wise to build buildThe buildThe buildThe
The columns representing the thirteen thirteenStates thirteenitates
States which are to be erected ted on the tbegouth thesouth
south portico that were supposed not to tocoat ioOiIt tocost
coat OiIt more than 3800 IOO It was found upon uponinquiry uponinquiry uponinquiry
inquiry would cost at the prevailing prevailingprices prevailingprices prevailingprices
prices nearer Kfl 4 Since then building buildingmaterial buildingmaterial buildingmaterial
material has gone down about Wper It 1pe per cent centn centnd centanl
anl n nd we can take up the matter of building buildingto
to 0 an advantage advantageThis advantapThls advantageThIs
This matter I dont want you to decide decideon deciden decidern
on n now no a as it requires considerable think thinking thinkng ¬
ing ng over The property as m it now stands standss
s valued at 1280000 2OiO 000 To increase the value valueof valuef
of f the property I think it would be wise wiseto wisetG
to consider this matter thoroughly before beforeiloing before1oing beforedoing
doing anything I am told by jthose who whoought whoought whoought
ought to know kno the builders and archi architect architect architect ¬
tect that the manner of building we have havepursued haveursued havepursued
pursued ursued has been disadvantageous di and It ifcontinued Itcontinued Itcontinued
continued will result re ultan in the building hav havtag havtng hayhg
tag several different colored material in inIt InI Init
It I and the work will not be uniform I Ihave Ihae Ihave
have been thinking over the matter seri seriously lerlously son sonously ¬
ously and have consulted eminent emln nt author authority authority authority ¬
ity in reference to bonding the property propertyto
to complete the building bulk1ln both interior and andexterior andfxterlor andexterior
exterior exteriorThere fxterlorThre exteriorThere
There are three alternaUvebUd alternative build as asyou asyou asou
you ou have been building wait It until you youget youget youget
get money enough or raise the money on ona ona ona
a mortgage and complete As I have havetold havetold havetold
told you the manner In which we have haveteen haveen havebeen
teen en proceeding has h Its faults If you youwait youwait youwait
wait to raise money it will take ten tenyears tenyars tenyears
years to procure proc re the amount necessary
In that connection let l4 t me state tate that an anexpensive anfoxpensiv anexpensive
expensive suite of offices is being main maintained maIntrlntd maintrined ¬
tained in the center of the city These Theseoffices Theseoffices Theseoffices
offices are absolutely necessary nece You Youcannot Youcannot Youcannot
cannot ask the officers who are doing the thework tbework thework
work to come into the hall in Its present presentcondition preentlondltlon presentinnditlon
condition Neither can you expect to toconduct toconduct toconduct
conduct business of an organisation of of3ck
5 55000 3ck O members without proper offices The Theoffices Theoffices Theoffices
offices should be in Continental Hall You Youwant Youwant Youvant
want to see them here beret and I too want wantto wantto wantto
to see them here The heavy rent you youare youare youare
are paying payn would be saved savedCost HVfdCost savedCost
Cost of Completion CompletionI
I am informed by the architect that it itv itii
v 1 11 take about 110 170096 to complete the theexterior theexterior theexterior
exterior Thirty thousand dollars would wouldcomplete wouklcomplete wouldcomplete
complete the interior By raising raisingolw1 530 1Ml1fI
0 l1fI < ft the building buildin could be completed completedthroughout completedthron completedthroughout
throughout throughoutAt thron < hout houtAt
At this point a delegate asked the pres president prellident presIdeal
ident general if It were known that 300 O O11J
010 11J could be raised on the property pr perly and andthe andthe andthe
the chair hair responded by saying that within withinthe withinti withintie
the ti e last few minutes a a communication communicationHad
Had reached her from a banker bIInk r in inWashington InWuhington InlVashington
Washington stating statin he was willing to tolee toled toled
led the he amount necessary nece sal at i per cent centThe centThe centThe
The treasurer general was then called calledupon calledupon calIettIpon
upon by the president general genera to read readher r8dbel readber
her report showing the amount of money moneyon moneyon moneyon
on hand and what would be received r fve4 at afthis atthis atthis
this congress congre This showed ahow that thatlad Ieoo IeooIllld 18900 18900Lad
Lad been transferred to the building fund fundmaking tundmaking fundniaking
making a total on hand of fi00 71000 She Shesaid Sheaaid Shesaid
said at the close e of this congress there therewould tbereWould therewnuld
would be added enough to make a total totalof totalor totalof
of 90000 0006 The Th report added that the debt debtcould debtold debtcoJd
could old be liquidated In ten years yearsTh yearsThe yearsThe
Th The president general saId id that tbt acoord accordIng acoording acoordIng
Ing to the th constitution oT the Daughters Daughtersof
of the Revolution a threefourths vote voteof voteof votef
of f the rational l1 tional board of management managementwould managementwould manegntwould
would be m npfSSar essary t < > n o 0 th the building buildinguitter hutldingItter buildingtter
uitter Itter and the he wi > the te congress congresswould COftgreswould congresswould
would effect rrct a remedy remedyMrs remtd remtdMrs remedyMin
Mrs Mary Mar 3 Lockwoofi one of the tbeounders theounders
ounders of the D A R R and ajj a honorary
1 vPGe Gen of QtP9h7Ja VrJ1 Ji I v plTeh p eh 01 ofMaine Mc3ne J
vie president general made a motion to togive togive tOgive
give the national board of management managementpower JnaftBg managementpower ment mentpower
power to proceed and complete the build building bulfdlog buildlag ¬
log and raise the money necessary to todo todo todoso
do doso dosoThe so soThe
The motion was as seconded sitar which whichMrs whlclllrL whichMrs
Mrs Loekwood moved that a aoC suspension suspensionof
of action be taken until later in the con congress C congtai R Rgn ¬
gress gn session This was favored favoredMrs favoredMm favoredMrs
Mrs Ellen Spencer Museey delegate delegatefrom delegatof1Om delegatefrom
from the District of Columbia la and nd a alawyer alawyer alawyer
lawyer explained that portion of the theconstitution UteQOnititutlon theconstitution
constitution where it empowers the na national MUGul antional ¬
tional board of management to deal with withmatters Withmatters Withmatters
matters pertaining to the building buildingContribution bul1cJln bul1cJlnContrIbution buildingContributions
Contribution Received ReceivedThe neceh flecehtdThe ll llbe
The receiving fvI of contributions was Wu then thentaken thentak thentaken
tak taken up This work was slow and was wasnot wasDOt wasnet
not completed The amounts received up upuntil upuntil upuntil
until the session adjourned were gratify gratifying KTauryinl gratifylug ¬
lug Following are the States S t that have havemade havemade havemade
made their annual contributions and andwhich AOOwJUch andwhich
I which will add materially toward the thework thework thework
work of completing the building Art Ariaona Art30ft MIman
30ft man Jto 10 Alabama H4SK I Arkansas ArkDKColorado adS adSColorado M MColorado
Colorado 75 S Connecticut JTSSJO 75110 Dela Delaware Delaware Delaware ¬
ware District of Columbia SI UrJSPennsylvania OL OLPennsylvania
Pennsylvania 108525 Illinois f fFlorida 2 2Florida < BO BOFlorida
Florida Florida 10 10 Georgia 18176 Idaho 15 15Tenneuee 1S 1STennessee 15Tennessee
Tennessee 5J6 S Iowa 690 New Jersey JttseyoWl Jsey5g
oWl 257 5g Indiana UtI 4e6 4 Maryland MarylandMaine IRryla d ii iiMaine + 445 445Maine
Maine 4It Ii3 8 North Carolina lma 12111 Mis Missouri 11111sauri Missouri ¬
souri 11m 402 Massachusetts Ia 5611 6 56 New NewHampshire NewHamlNlblre NewHampshire
Hampshire 57 357 7 New York Y tIic 1490 lI only a asmall asman asniall
small part of this State Stat has reported reportedMississippi rep reportedMuisbmppi rled rledasls
Mississippi asls ippi Zi 3 Z Michigan 1tti ltt6 Ne Nebraska NebnLska Nebraska ¬
braska 11 111 Ohio IieI K70aS West Virginia VirginiaIW Virginiaslee
180 IW Kentucky 515 ttftS Wisconsin 58 58Ylrglnla ft ftVirginia 4Virginia
Virginia s78 = 270 m Louisiana 61 61 Montana MontanaS Montaaai
i S Utah 5 25 5 Rhode Island Isl nd IlfiD 1 Wyo Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming
ming Sifi SifiAt 16 16At lt ltAt
At 430 oclock oclock the United States Ma Marine JIarine Marise ¬
rine Band entered tb t te e hall and the re receiving receivl receiving ¬
ceiving ceivl of contributions was discontinued discontinuedfor
for the afternoon and the presentation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the colonial hall U clock to Continental ContinentalHail ContinentalHall tontInentalHall
Hall by the Berks County Chapter of ofDaughters ofDaughters ofDaughters
Daughters from rein Reading Pa took place placeThe placeThe placeThe
The programme consisted of a symposium symposiumof
of the war for liberty Mrs Alexander AlexanderEnnis AlexanderEnnis AlexanderEnnis
Ennis Patton vice president general for forPennsylvania forPenftlyhanla forPennsylvania
Pennsylvania was wa master of ceremonies ceremoniesAfter ceremoniesAfter ceremoniesAfter
After a selection had been played by b the theMarine theMarine theMarine
Marine Band prayer praYerWILI was offered by Rev RevDr RevDr RevDr
Dr Wallace Radcliffe This was fol followed foJlowed 01 01lowed ¬
lowed by the unveiling of the clock by
Mrs De Benneville Randolph Keim hon honorary honorary boaorary ¬
orary vice president general assisted by bymembers bymembens bymembers
members of the Conrad Weiner Society Societyand Societyand Societyand
and Children of the American Republic RepublicThe RepublicTJ10 RepublicTJe
The clock Is of mahogany and colonial17pe colonialtype colonial colonialtype
type containing eight chimes which ring ringevery ringevel ringevery
every fifteen minutes It wa draped in inan Inan Inan
an American flag which at the last lastnotes Jastnotes lastnotes
notes of a trumpet call was drawn up
by two halyards to the ceiling just over overthe overthe overthe
the center of the stage As the flag was wasdrawn wasdrawn wasdrawn
drawn up the entire audience arose and andthe andtbe andthe
the band played The Star Spangled Sp ngled Ban Banner Banner Bannor ¬
Presents the Clock ClockMrs Clock1Ira ClockMrs
Mrs Keton n spoke sPoke of the history of Berks BerksCounty BerksC BerksCounty
County C unty Had the part its citizens and JId JIdnJa7ed badplayed andplayed
played in the great t struggle tor Inde Independence Independence ladeMtee ¬
pendence Mtee She said the population con consisted eonslated constated ¬
slated principally of Pennsylvania Dutch Dutchwho Dutchwbo Dutchwho
who when n bone and sinews were needed nesdcdin neededIn needcdIn
in th the cause u of liberty responded with witha
a will She said they had partlcipate1 partlcipate1in
in all the events of the Revolution even eventhose eventhMe eventhose
those at a great l88t distance The president presidentgeneral presidentgeneral presidentgeneral
general accepted the clock on behalf of ofUw ofthe ofthe
the society Mrs Patton then introduced introducedMarlin IntroducedMar1ln IntroducedMarlin
Marlin E Oimst OIm8ted d Representative Repr 8entatlve from fromPennsylvania fromPennsylvania fromPennsylvania
Pennsylvania who said in part partAt partAt partAt
At a coo conp ris at the floes c f the AtaedcM Amej Rem ReTOmtion RetOoIItUo8 RemMtien
mtion held in 1 W J those ungallant 1I1J JIant tWSfoelkl 4ss1an tes s < UnU < nu of ofheroes orJIeroes ofheroes
heroes voted to exclude UH > tedta That occurred occurredat oee rred rredat
at LwUartlte Kj too Just think of it Bt Btoame R R0Ie Besuse
oame 0Ie of that esctorion a waiber af hfefesfririted hfefesfriritedaw
aw a sad patriotic 1J tri women wm organised the Daughters DaughtersTha DttgQtersThe DaughtsTin
The Sana were crganiMd to comiaenwcate the thescab Uteeda the4ee
scab 4ee of the men and ini women cf Iteroiuttosary Remlut ftMrr days daytIn dlJl1ft daysIn
In 4fowt opposition to them the Daughters Dshtu vm vmonactad nrelllm1Dd weetwitmI
onactad ai w we are to4d br Mi Miss Ensente ie Wide Wahinston WMhIIWII Wideinton
inston in her moat interesting < paper per To Toate pat patIMtuate ps psistinte
IMtuate ate UM HMSMTT and ad spirit of Ute wtzaen and andam andQt andof
am of the u RetotutMoanr period The only null xadieat nulleat mdieat
eat diiltmcc K fetal BU to be that ie one ease the theraea the1Mft theloin
loin sees ant ant WIllie In the other ot er the rasa come ttwaeContinued comeConfhluNI coinsContinued
Continued on Page 3 Coin Column inn 7 7FIREPROOF tFI I IFIREPROOF
Separate locked rooms
from 2 month up Ex Expert Expert Expert ¬
pert handlers Estimates
furnished furnishedMerchants furnishedMerchants turnishedMerchants
Merchants Tranif Transfer er 6 i Storage Co Coi2O22
52032 E STREET PHONE M U f 659 l3
Miss JAs Louisa Lout B B PftHIo of Detroit is isvisiting IsYitlUag Isvisiting
visiting her cousin Miss Grate Grae Dente Dent Of OfMassachusetts OfIulacbtts a aMssacbiiwtts
Massachusetts aaueMrs avutoe avutoeMrs ue ueIn
Mrs Edgar dur Lorand State regent of ofMinnesota efMtnnElllOta ofMinnesota
Minnesota presented pre Led the society a gavel gavelmade gaTelmade gavelmade
made of stone from her State StateAn StateAn I IAn
An interested visitor at the afternoon afternoonsession aftornoonosmon afternoonsession
session was Mrs Irs William UHam Cortelyoti Cort u wife wifeof wlieof wifeof
of the th Secretary of the Treasury TreasuryMrs Tr TreasuryMrs sury suryMra
Mrs S So 3rf Mudge of o Tennessee famous famousvocalist fazticusvocalist amoul amoulvoea
vocalist voea list of t the thf tJ South sang Suanee SuaneeRiver SuaneoRITer uanue uanueRiver
River to the congress yesterday yesterdayi yesterdayAlmost y yesterdayAlmost terda terdaI
I IAlmost i
I Almost every chapter In Connecticut has hasthe hasthe hasthe
the care of some Revolutionary annie cemetery cemotery annietel ¬
tery tel in their respective re vicinities vicinitiesMrs vicinitiesIrs vicinitiesMrs
Mrs Irs Truman Handy Newberry vice vicepresident vicepresldAAt vicepresident
president general for Michigan will m be benominated b bnomlnat4M benominated
nominated today for a second term termAn termAn termAn
An attractive member of the Mississippi Mississippidelegation MJs5lSRPptdelegatJon Mississippidelegation
delegation Is Mrs Bevwley Beebe repre representative ropnrntaU reprosentatlve ¬
sentative ntaU of the Davis Reese Chapter ChapterMrs Cbapterlrs ChapterMrs
Mrs lrs John TV J Foster ter formerly presi president president preildent ¬
dent general occupied the house commit committee committee committee ¬
tee box for a a Short short time in the after afternoon afterJIOOJI afternoon ¬
noon noonFrom JIOOJIFrom noonFrees
From 2 to S oclock this afternoon the thePocahontss thePGcabolltas thePocahoiels
Pocahontss Memorial Association will re receive receln nocelvs ¬
ceive members of the D A A R R at the theEbbitt theEbbltt theEbbltt
Ebbltt House HouseMrs BouseMrs HouseMrs
Mrs Senator Frazier who is a member memberof memberof
of of the Tennessee TennNi delegation will give a abuffet tbuttet abuffet
buffet luncheon to the members of her herdelegation herdelegation herdelegation
delegation tomorrow at 1SJQ oclock oclockHugh oclockHugh oclockHugh
Hugh Washington Wasbb ton sent his yearly earb con contribution contribution contributlon ¬
tribution of 6 to Continental Hall in inmemory inmemory inmemory
memory of his mother who 00 was a real realdaughter realdaughter roe roedaughter
daughter and oae of the first to join the thesociety thelOClaty thesociety
society societyMrs lOClatyMrs societyMrs
Mrs James P Brayton who was re reelected reeloet reelected
eloet elected d yesterday as State regent of ofMichigan otMSchlgaJt ofMichigan
Michigan entertained at dinner r last even evenIng evonIng evenlag
Ing two other State regents the three threehaving threohavl thre threhaving
having havl been girl friends in the town of ofGrand orGrand ofGrand
Grand Haven Haven Mich Mrs Mary Ferry FerryAllen FerryAUfm FerryAllen
Allen of Utah and Mrs Walter Talbot Talbotof Talbotof Talbotof
of Arizona Arl7JO were the guests guestsA
A burst of applause greeted Mrs Will Willlam Willlam wmlam
lam Cummings Story newlyelected State Stateregent Stater Stateregent
regent r gent of Now York when she entered the theauditorium theauditorium theauditorium
auditorium yesterday The ovation start started started starteel ¬
ed with New York State but when the theotlftr theotftr theothhr
otlftr delegates hoard who was being beinggreeted belnggreeted beinggreeted
greeted they joined in interrupting the thepresident th thpresident thepresident
president generals welcoming welc mtng speech speechThe l5petchThe speechThe
The loving cUp presented on Tuesday to toMiss toMSss toMiss
Miss Richael Jackson n Backer of Rhode RhodeIsland RhodeIsland RhodeIsland
Island vice president general of the th D DA DA 11 11A
A A R was a 5 special design by the Gor Gorham Gorham Gorbarn
ham Company and was the gift of the theD theD theD
D A A R in Rhode Island The Th presenta presentation presentation presentation ¬
tion was made by Miss Mary Anne AnneGreene AnneGree AnneGreene
Greene e honorary State regent regent of Rhode RhodeIsland RhodeIsland RhodeIsland
Island IslandMiss IslandnS5 IslandMts
Miss nS5 Mary Anne Greene of Providence ProvidenceR
R R I r Is a lawyer and the only woman womanmember womanmember womanmember
member of the bar who has ever argued argueda
a case before any Rhode Island court this thiscase thiscase thincase
case being before the th State Stat Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court Miss Greene reeno Is honorary State Stateregent Stateregent Stateregent
regent of the Gaspee Chapter of RhodeI5lnnd Rhode RhodeIsland RhodeInland
Island She Is a member of the Manna Massachusetts Ma5mcbuletts Mannachusotta ¬
chusetts bar barMrs barMrs barMrs
Mrs Bertram C C CWhitney Whitney of Detroit Detroitone DetroitonQ DetroitOne
one of the th most distinguished of the theyounger theyounger theyounger
younger members attending tho D A R RCongress R RCongress RCongress
Congress will receive at 5 oclock today todayin
in the F street stre tparlor parlor of the New Wll Wlllard V711lard Vil Villard
lard the members of the United States StatesDaughters StatesDaughlers StatesDaughters
Daughters of 1812 Mrs Whitney Is vice vicepresident vicepresident vicepresident
president of the organization and Is Isaotlng Isaotlng isacting
aotlng in place of the president Mrs MrsWilliam MrsW1l11arh MrsWilliam
William G Slade of New York City Citywho Cft Cftwho Citywho
who is not present presentThe prosentTbe presentThe
The Sophiide Massac Campau Chapter Chapterof
of Grand Rapids Mich is represented by bythe b bthe bythe
the State regent Mrs James P Brayton Braytonthe Braytonthe Braytonthe
the regent Mrs James Campbell Miss MissSmith MissSmith Micadmith
Smith Richards and Mrs Julia A C CGoldsmith CGoldsmith CGoldsmith
Goldsmith Mrs Goldsmith will be re remembered rcmGmber rememberod ¬
membered mGmber d as the attractive daughter of ofthe otthe ofthe
the late Hon C C Comstock when he hewas hevas hewas
was a member of the House of Represen Representatives RepfEsentotles Representatires ¬
tatives tativesMrs totlesMrs tatiresMrs
Mrs Thomas B Tomb State vice regent regentof regentat regentof
of Missouri Is a a delegate to the th National
Congress D A R Mrs Tomb Is a past pastregent pastrgent pastregent
regent and vice VIC regent reg tlt of t the Elizabeth
Benton Chapter and a life member of ofseveral otseveral ofseveral
several other patriotic patrloUcsOcieUcs societies She be beI
isNEw8ERRr isNEw8ERRrVP4enafMich
VP4enafMich VP4enafMichv7PvsE14
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lIaprJEw v7PvsE14 nf
longs 1 ngs to the Daughters of the Seven Sevenoenth Senntolfttll Seventosath
oenth Century Colonial Dames Dam Daugh Daughters Daubtors Daughtorn ¬
torn of the American Revolution Daugh Daughters DughWtS Lughtars ¬
tars of 1O1 1S1J Holland Dames and Poca Pocahontaa PocahGnta Peonh
hontaa h ntaa Memorial feMO 1al Assoeiattan AssoeiattanThe AMoGIatIonThe AaiosiatienThe
The wife of the Assistant Attorney Gen General General Conoral ¬
eral of the United State Stat il Mrs II Sanford Sanfordwill Sutton1tit Sanfordwill
will tit gtv give a tea to the members of the theTennessee theTeam theTenaeee
Tennessee Team delegation at the Burlington Burlingtonat
at I oclock today todayMrs todqMrSo todayMm
Mrs De Bewevflle Randolph nMoIpbK Kettm wh whpresented whet whetpr whopresented
presented pr t8d the Colonial Hall dock cl k to Con Continental ConUnntal COnUnsntal ¬
tinental Hall as the u regent of the Berks BerksCounty BerksCounty BerksCounty
County Chapter CbPterPoblcb which she founded in inthe Inthe Inthe
the early days of the org OfPAIuORh OfPAIuORhbeen organlnsuoshasbeen aizaUonha aizaUonhabeen
been one of the most active workers in inthe Inthe Inthe
the society A Aw an appreciation of her herservices herM1ces herservices
services M1ces she he was made honorary vice vicepresident vkeprNldeat vicepresident
president general t the only woman who whoever whoeGr whoever
ever received that honor m In the society societywithout oesetywithout soeletywithout
without first being a rice president gen general ganeral gsaoral ¬
eral eralA
A bill has been boenpassed passed by the login legislature 1egtS 1egtSlatur loginlaturs ¬
lature of Pennsylvania through the in influence Innuence Influance ¬
fluence of the Liberty Libert Ben Chapter ap appropriating appropriating appropriating ¬
propriating money for a table to be beplaced beplaced beplaced
placed in Zion Church Allentown to the thememory thememory thememory
memory of John Jacob Mickley com commissary commissary cornmiesary ¬
missary of issues in the War ar of the Revo Revolution Revolution Revolution ¬
lution He hauled the Liberty Libert Bell with withhis withhis withhis
his farmhorse team from Independence IndependenceHall IndependenceHaJi IndependenceHall
Hall through throu the British lines to Bethle Bethlehem Bethlohem Bethlehem ¬
hem and thence to Allentown and buried buriedIt
It In the corner of Zion Church where whereIt
It remained for years yearsMrs yearsMrs yearsMra
Mrs William 1111AM A Smoot of Alexandria AlexandriaVs A1exandrlaYa Alexandriaa
Vs a is the unanimous choice of the Vir Virginia VIrginia lr lrginla ¬
ginia Daughters for vice president gen general general gonoral ¬
eral from that State Her friends have haveworked b haveworked ve veworked
worked hard and they UI9 were somewhat somewhatnettled SOMewhAtnottled somewhatnettled
nettled by the report that Mrs Smoets Smoetsselection Smoetsseleetlon SinootssoIetIon
selection was not unanimous Mrs Samuel SamuelW SamuelW SamuelW
W Jamison of Roanoke the State regent regentsaid regentsaid regentsaid
said last night that the election of Mrs MrsSmoot MrsSmoot MrsSmoot
Smoot would take place today toda and that thather th thather t ther
her selection was the desire of every everymember eerymembor everymember
member of the State delegation delegationOfflcors delegationOfficers dolegutlonOfilcore
Officers and delegates of the Daugh Daughters Daughtors Daughtorn ¬
torn attending the congress will be tho thoguests thoguosts theguests
guests of the members m9mb rs of the Sons of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the American Amer an Revolution District of Co Columbia Columbia Golumbia ¬
lumbia Society tomorrow night nl ht at the theNew theNew theNew
New York Avenue A venue Presbyterian n Church ChurchA ChurchA
A programme has been arranged consist consisting cenaisting onslsting ¬
ing of addresses by prominent persons personsand personsand personsand
and several musical musl al numbers The cen center center center ¬
ter of the church will be reserved for the theDaughters theDaughter theDaughters
Daughters and the side sections of pews pewswill peW3will pewswill
will be for the Sons The gallery will be befor befOr beOr
for Or the public publicRule pubUcnuIe publicRule
Rule in Bankruptcy Proceedings ProceedingsChief ProceedingsChief ProceedingsChief
Chief Justice Clabaugh yesterday signed signeda
a rule returnable May 1 for Thomas F FMeehan FMe FQ FQMeehan
Meehan Me han who conducts a saloon and sum summer summer summer ¬
mer garden at Ninth street and Penn Pennsylvania PonnsyIanfa Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania avenue southeast to appear a poor and andshow ands andshow
show s ow cause why he should not be ad adjudged adjudged ¬
a a bankrupt and a receiver ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed to take charge of his business businessThis businessThis businessThis
This order was signed upon the petition petitionof
of creditors who allege that Mehan owes owesdebts owesdebts owesdebts
debts in excess of 1080 and is Insolvent InsolventHis InsolventHis InsolventHis
His stock in trade tra e Is said to be valued at atiooo
iooo ioooCnl 7000 7000Academy 1000Acadenty
Academy Cnl my of Science SCl nCe Sessions S SCASlouThe lJ lol1s Over OverThe OyerThe
The Natural Academy of Sciences Scienceswhich ScIenceswhich Scienceswhich
which has been holding a twoday busi business business busfloss ¬
ness and public session at the th Smltshonla SmltshonlaInstitution Smltshonlan SmItshoniaInstitution
Institution and the National Museum fin flnlahed finIhcd finished
lahed its work yesterday afternoon afternoonThere afternoonThere afternoonThere
There was a large attendance of scien scientists scientists scientints ¬
tists and students at all the meetings
Prof Dr Ira Remsen of Baltimore presi ¬
dent of the society presided at the meet meetIngs meetings meetIngs
Ings ingsTV
Money to Loan LoanReal Loanon Loanon
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Northwest Corner of ofFifteenth otFifteenth ofFifteenth
Fifteenth and Pennsylvania Penn lvanla Avenue AvenueCHARLES AvenueCHARLES AvenueCHARLES
CHARLES J BELL BELLI President President1r
Brilliant Function Held in inArlington inAilingtoii
Arlington Hotel HotelMBS HotelDONALD II otel otelUts
Proceeds to Be Applied to Fund for forr torErection forErection
Erection < r ctlon of Confederate Memorial MemorialHall 31emorJallinnAnother MemorialliallAnothet
Hall linnAnother Another Function of Same SameCharacter SnmeCharncter SameCharacter
Character to Be Given lij lIT Sontt of ofConfederacy ofConfedcrnc ofConfederacy
Confederacy Confedcrnc on Friday Frida Evening EvenlnrSuccessful EveningSuccessful I ISuccessful
Successful wore the members of the theRobert theRobert theRobert
Robert E Leo Chapter of the Daughters Daughtersof
of the th Confederacy In their efforts to tomake tomake tomake
make the ball given last night at tho thoArlington thoArUngton theArlington
Arlington Hot Hotel l tho most brilliant social socialaffair sodalntralr socialaffair
affair of the he organization during the sea season seaBon season ¬
son sonThe
The affair was a success financially and andsocially andsocially andsocially
socially and was a fitting end to the theactivities thencUvIUc thetuitlvittcs
activities of the order conducted during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the winter months monthaThough monthsrhough monthsThough
Though nearly the entire membership membershipof
of Robert E Lee Chapter and many from fromsister fromsister fromsister
sister chapters In Washington were pres present prelcnt preaoat ¬
oat the large ballroom tumlh furnished d ample amplespace amplespace amplespace
space for the two hundred or more morecouples mOlecouples morecouples
couples Nearly five hundred persons personswere personswere parsonswere
were present presentBallroom presentnllroom presentBallroom
Ballroom Decorations DecorationsDraped DecoratlollsDraped DecorationsDraped
Draped on the wall opposite the main mainentrance mainentrance mainentrance
entrance to the largo ballroom were two twoflags twoags twoflags
flags ags of the Confederacy Confederae loaned for the theoccasion theoccasion theoccasion
occasion by Dr Samuel Lewis Above Abovewas Abovewa Abovewar
was wa the battle flag with a red field eld cross crossed crossed crossed ¬
ed by blue stripes with white stars starsBeneath starsBeneeth starsBeneath
Beneath the battle flag was the emblem emblemof emblemot emblemof
of the Seven Sister States with seven seventvhlte Hnhlte sevenvhlte
tvhlte hlte stars star forming a circle on a blue bluefield bluefield bluefield
field The colors attracted much atten attention attentiOn attention
tion and were admired for the beauty of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their workmanship workmanshipAt
At regular intervals around the walls wallsof waUsof wallsof
of the small ballroom were hung hun sight sightlarge eightlarge Ight Ightlarge
large American flags grouped In twos twosforming two twoforming twosforming
forming semicircles Banks of palms palmscompleted palmscompleted palmscompleted
completed the decorations with the ex exception exception oxception ¬
ception of large bouquets of Easter Easterlilies EuterHIIN Easterlilies
lilies American Beauty roeee orchids orchidsand orchidand orchidsand
and azaleas on refreshment tables tablesBenefit tablesBenefit tablesBenefit
Benefit for Memorial Hall HallThe HaUTho HallThe
The ball was given for the benefit of a amemorial amemorla1 amemorial
memorial hall ha for the Confederate CoaCe erate socie societies soclttIN aocletI ¬
ties tI s in the District It is intended to pur purchase purhatte punchase
chase chase the old Norment property 826 92 H Hstreet 11atrcet 1 1streetnortheSt
street streetnortheSt north northwest west at a a cost of J300B6 J300B6Members uoOOOMbers MOO MOOMembers
Members of Robert E Lee Chapter are areproud areprOUd areproud
proud that they were the first in devising devisingmeans devilingmMDS devisingmoans
means for or raising part of the required requiredsum requiredsam requiredsum
sum Nearly JiW CG was realized realizedA realizedA
A ball will be given Friday night by the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United Sons of Confederate Veterans the theproceeds theprocee48 theproceeds
proceeds to be applied to the fund for the thenew thenew thenew
new home homeGen borneGen homeOen
Gen J McDowell Cerrington president presidentof
of the Confederate Veteran Association Associationf
of f the 01 District of Columbia introduced introducedguests Introducedg1I8Iit introducedguests
guests In the receiving line were ere Mrs MrsRose 1IrsRoe MrsRose
Rose Muicare president of the chapter chapterMrs chapterMrs chapterMrs
Mrs Archibald Young president pre ident of the theDistrict theDtatrlet theDistrict
District of Columbia division and Mrs MrsJohn MrsJohi rs rsJohR
John Randolph Tucker Tuck daughter cku ter of Gen GenWade Genado CeaWade
Wade ado Hampton HamptonMrs HamptonMrs HamptonMrs
Mrs Donald McLean president general generalof
of the National Society of the Daughters Daughtersof
of the American Revolution wa wu the theguest theeveat theguest
guest Mrs Irs McLean was accompanied by byMrs byJllrs byMrs
Mrs Rosalie MeDermont McDermontThe MeDermontTbo MeDermontThe
The mens floor committee was com composed compos cornposed ¬
posed pos of James BJJoge chairman Philip PhilipS PhlltpS
S S Low Wallace Streater Le Roy Liv Livingston Livl Livisgston ¬
ingston l gston H H McGowan Holmes H IL Rogers RogersGore RogersGore RogersGore
Gore Warren G Synod L Is 1 E 1l Kupfer KupferProton ItupCerPA5ton KupferPreston
Proton W Ray F R Travel Paymaster PaymasterSamuel PaymaMerSamuel PaymasterSamuel
Samuel McGowan te owan U S S N Hdwin C CDuttoa CDuttOR CDutton
Dutton P S S GAntt and F Baker BakerWeever Bakerreaver BakerVtonver
Weever WeeverMusic VtonverMusic reaver reaverMusic
Music was furnished by the Fort Myer Myerband MyerJUl Myerbend
band JUl
Guest and the Cairns CairnsFollowing GownllFollowmg GownsFolloWing
Following is a partial Met of the theguests theguats th thguests
guests and a description de crk > tIon of UM womensgowns womens womensgowns s sg
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Mr r James M Britt BrittMre BrittIf BritiMrs
Mrs Opal Smith SMIth white crepe da clime em embroidered emin e ebesiderod ¬
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rife with mint 1 iDt3In fees feesMre JI JI3irs
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Prof T I C Chnmlicrlin Improving ImprovingRapidly Improlngnnpldir ImprovingRapicliy
Rapidly from rout Effects of Fall FallThomas FallThomas FallThomas
Thomas Crowder Chamberlin eminent eminentgeologist fmln eminentgeologist nt ntgeologist
geologist and of the faculty facult of the Uni University Unlerslty University ¬
versity of Chicago Is recovering from in injuries Injuries Injuries ¬
juries received several days ago by a afall aCaU afall
fall from a street car carInquiry carInquiry carInquiry
Inquiry at Garfield Hospital today de developed deyoloped devoloped ¬
veloped that Prof Chambertlns Injuries Injurieswhile Injurieswhile injurieswhIle
while painful are not serious They con consist consist eonslat ¬
sist of slight contusions about the thehead theheadThe head headThe headTM
The physicians state he Is Improving Improvingand Improvingand Improvingand
and will probably leave the th hospital to tomoriow tom tomorow
moriow moriowProf m morowProf 0 r J w wProC
Prof Chamberlin is at present head of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the department of geology and director of oftho ofLho ofthe
the Walker Museum of the Chicago Uai Uaiversity ttversit tivarsity
varsity versit a position that he has hold since
1868 159
Prior to his connection with the th Uni University Unlerslty University ¬
versity of Chicago Prof Chambarlln Cl1amb rlln filled filledmany filledman filledmany
many man positions of prominence at one onetime onetime onetime
time being United States geologist In Incharge Inchnrge Incharge
charge of the glftclftl IMl 3eeiel l division divisionIn dlvJtll divIsiOnIn n nIn
In ISiS he studied glaciers In Switzer Switzerland Sflz Swltzerland r rlnnd ¬
land and In 1S84 ho accompanied the ex expedition expedltlon oxpeditton ¬
pedition to the north pole for the relief reliefof relletof reliefof
of Lieut Peary PearyHe peanHe PearyHo
He Is a member of the National Acad Academy Academy Acedemy ¬
emy of Sciences To attend its meetings meetingsconcluded meOtlngsconcluded meetingsconcluded
concluded yesterday he was In Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton The Journal of Geology Is published publishedby publlshodb publishedby
by b Prof Pro Chamberlln ChamberllnChnrch C1uunborUnChurch ChamberlinChurch
Church Greets Its It Pastor PastorCordial PastorCordl PastorCordiei
Cordial Cordl greetings were extended to Rev Revand Re Reand Revand
and Mrs W L 11 Lynn by Gorsuch M E EChurch EChurch EChurch
Church yesterday y evening in honor of oftheir ofth oftheir
their th tr return to the church chu h for the fourth fourthyear fourthyear fourthyear
year Mr William R R Hunt recording recordingsteward recordingsteward recordingsteward
steward and superintendent of the Sunday Sundayschool Sundayschool Sundayschool
school who has been be n connected with the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church for or years e3rs presided and delivered deliveredthe dellveredthe deliveredthe
the address of welcome presenting Mrs MrsLynn MrsLI1n MrsLynn
Lynn with a bouquet of American Beauty Beautyroses Beautyroses Beautyroses
roses rosesOnly rosesOnly
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such statements by BrenDan Following Followingthe Followingthe Followingthe
the meeting tlng Commissioner Morrow said saidthere saidthere saidthere
there was BO ground for suspicion that thatthere thattben thatthere
there had been any crooked work in his hisdepartment hisde hisdepertment
department de lment He did not say ay however howeverthat howeverthat howeverthat
that the investigation had been dropped dropped1V11I dro droppedWill ped pedVltl
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As far as P J Brennan is corcerned concernedbe corcernedk corcernedbe
be says he will not let the case drop dropFive droplI8 dropFive
Five weeks week previous and after the theBeall th thBU theBeaU
BeaU letter of protest I called the atten attention attendon attcndon ¬
don of Commissioner West to the alleged allegedhrregalarities atogedlrre1llarities allegedirregularitIes
irregularitIes which I suspected sus t6d and had hadbeen hadMeR hadbeen
been advised < vlsed existed in the Engineer EngineerCommissioners EngineerCommlMloners EngineerConimlasieners
Commissioners office said Mr Brennan BrennanI
I will not let the matter drop until I Ihava Ihavs
hava 8 been vindicated and my contentions contentionsshewn conttmUonsshewn contentionsshown
shewn to have a foundation on strong stronggrounds strongrOUnds stronggrounds
grounds rOUndsDespite groundsDespite < groundsDespite
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missioner Morrow that there is nothing nothingmore nothingIOre nothingnears
more to investigate te it was reportqd last lastnight lastJdght lastnight
night that it is the Intention of Mr Bren Brennan Brennan Brennan ¬
nan and other contractors to call the at attention atMUM attentiea ¬
MUM of the President Pr Sldent through the theproper theproper theproper
proper officers to the alleged irregulari irregularities Irregularities irregularties ¬
ties in the engineer department of the theDistrict theDlstrld theDistrict
District government governmentIt
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gallon that can only ftl result In complete completeexoneration completeexoneration completeexoneration
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