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4 L THE WASHINGTON W S INGTON HERALD HER LD THURSDAY JANUARY JANU RY 20 1910
SENATE SETS RECORD RECORDDistrict RECORDDistrict REOORDDistrict
District Appropriation Bill BillPassed BillPassed Bi11Passed
Passed in Two Hours HoursBUDGET HoursBUDGET
BUDGET INCREASED AGAIN AGAINMeasure AGAINlUenaure AGAINMeasure
Measure Goes to Conference Carry Carrying Carr CarrIng Cftrrying ¬
ing Recommendations that 10
150000 1 > 0000 Be Expended by b Local Gov Government Go GoerumentRock ¬
ernment erumentRock nock Creek Park In Made MadeAccessible lUaeAccessibleBurkett
Accessible AccessibleBurkett Burketts Plea Opposed OpposedIn
In passing pass1fl the District appropriation bill billIn billIn
In two hffifrs yesterday Sterdaj the Senate set a anew anew
new record for or legislation legislationNot legtslaUonNot legtsIatonNot
Not only did tho bill as reported to tothe tothe
the Senate carry uooOOO IlOOOG 0OOQ more than the theamount theamount
amount appropriated by b the House but butbefore butbelore butbefore
before It was passed yesterday this in increase Iftcrease it itcrease ¬
crease had been raised about 90OOiX 90OOiXOverman iOoooOcrnll OOOG
Overman Ocrnll n Adds tlls O1OOO O1OOOAn lOOOAn
An amendment proposed at the last lastminute lnstminute
minute by Senator Overman provides an anappropriation anappropriation
appropriation of JflOOO UXO to improve the thewater thewater
water system s tom in the vicinity of Conduit Conduitroad Conduitroad Conduitroad
road The sum of 3000 was wa also a o added addedto addedto
to the budget by Senator Scott to pave U Ustreet Ustreet
street etreet1 between Eighteenth and Nine Nineteenth Nineteenth ¬
teenth streets northwest northwestHad northwestHad northwestHad
Had It not been for Senator GalllngorB GalllngorBobjection GaUlngorcsobj
objection obj tlon an amendment offered by Sen Senator Senator ¬
ator Burkett carrying an appropriation of
260000 for a 8 new negro high school might mighthave mighthave
have been passed passedEvidently pasee paseeEvIdently passedEvidently
Evidently the solons lost sight of tho thofact thofRet
fact that economy Is the WatchworD of the thaadministration th thedmlnlstratlon theadministration
administration and managed to slip Iii irtfcere In1ere
1ere and anc there little amendments adding addinglro
100 > or so to the budget budgetSenator budgetS I
Senator S nator Salllnger had a proposal adopt adopted adoptcd adopted ¬
ed to give the Juvenile Court another anotherclerk anotherclerk
clerk at UtOO 1000 Senator Bacons suggestion suggestionthat SUISfIIUonthat
that 1000 1 b be appropriated to tho Com Commissioners Commissioners ¬
missioners to erect public clocks to keep keepcitizens kaopcitizens eop I
citizens apprised of the accurate time timewas timewas
was also adopted adoptedPrincipal adoptedlrlncIJ i
Principal lrlncIJ 1 Change Made MadeThe MadeThe Inde IndeThe
The principal change chan e and only reduc reduction rooootlon ¬
tion made in the amount recommended recommendedby
by b the Senate subcommittee was the theelimination theelimination theelimination
elimination of an item allowing the Com Commissioners Commissioners Cornmissloners ¬ i
missioners 16638 roe to clean snow and ice icefrom icefrom i
from the streets streetsThe streeUiThe
The bill was called up by Senator Gallin Gallinger GJUnger
ger at 1210 oclock and occupied the time timeof Umeol Urn Urnof
of the Senators until 2M 2 oclock Con Consideration Consideration Consideration ¬
sideration of the items progressed progro eed rapidly rapidlyand rapid rapidand rapidlyand
and Interruptions were few and far f r be between between between ¬
tween tweenSenator tweenSenator tweenSenator
Senator GalHnger halted the proceed proceedings proceedIngs proceedt ¬
t ings long enough Qnou to voice a protest protestagainst protestagainst protestagainst
against District officials illustrating lUu traUng tiielr tiielrannual tiielrannual tlIOltannual
annual reports and the Senate sustained sustainedhim sustainedhim sustainedhim
him in his argument that hereafter hwe ter the thaJoint thejoint thejoint
Joint committee on printing be consulted consultedon
on such matters mattersApproval mattersApproval mattersApproval
Approval was given that amendment amendmentauthorizing amendmentauthorld amendmentauthorIzing
authorizing authorld g the Capital Traction Company Companyto
to extend its tracks into the Rock Creek Creekvalley Creekvalley Creekvalley
valley and thus give ve the public an easy easyaccess e easyaccess sy syacc
access acc S to the park Senator William WilliamAlden WilliamMden WUltamAlden
Alden Smith was anxious to know kno It the theamendment theamendment theamendment
amendment gave tho railway any holding holdingin
in the park and Mr 11 GalHnger dispelled dispelledhis dispelledhis spelled spelledhis
his fears fearsSenator fearsSenator fearsSenator
Senator Burketts desire that an appropriation approprlatIon appro appmpriatlon ¬
priation of 25ePM 258 JO be made mad for the erec erection erection erection ¬
tion of a I building bllldln to replace the M Street StreetHigh StreetHIgh StreetlIgh
High lIgh School met with opposition and an he hewithdrew howithdrew o owithdrew
withdrew his amendment amendmentChides amendmentChlc1cJI amendmentChides
Chides Congress CongressCongress COJlJfresliCoagre CoiigressCongress
Congress Coagre is 1 open to assault for the theway theway theway
way it has permitted the public schools schoolsof sebools seboolsor
of the District to drift along with fth made inadequate lnadeqUlt madequate ¬
quate qUlt facilities said th the Nebraskan NebrMkanSenator NebrukanSen NebraskanSenator
Senator Sen tor Carter made a plea p for more moreplaygrounds moreplayground moreplaygrounds
playgrounds and he was backed up by bySenator bySenatr bySenator
Senator Gallinger wh who urged however howeverthat hoeV6rthat howeverthat
that the proposal go over until some later latertime latertime latertime
time timeThe timeThe
The bill as a passed yesterday will WI so o to toconference toconference toconference
conference carrying an appropriation of ofmore ormore ofmore
more than l 1O1iOooo 1O1iOoooNOT < UaOC lOCOO L LNOT
NOT TO OPPOSE SCOTT SCOTTRepresentative SCOTTlteprClcntnthc SCOTTltepreentn1fve
Representative Gnlnes Declines to toEnter toEnter toEnter
Enter J Senntorlnl enntorlnl Rnec RnecRepresentatives RnceRepreaentatlv Itnceepresentatlv
Representatives epresentatlv s Gaines of West Vir Virginia VIrginia ¬
ginia who has been mentioned as a can candidate candidate candidate ¬
didate for the United Slates Senate to tosucceed tosuceed tosucceed
succeed Senator Scott annnounced yes yesterday yesterday iI iItfrday ¬
terday that he was not now and prob probably Probably probably ¬
ably would not be a candidate candidateAny candidateAny candidateAny
Any announcement that I Ihave have declar declared deeJarcl declarCd ¬
ed myself a 8 candidate in opposition to toSenator toSenltor toSenator
Senator Scott said Mr II Gaines Gain is un unauthorized unauthorized unauthorised ¬
authorized and untrue I nave not done doneso doneso doneso
so and do not expect to do so soMnnn soilnnu M MUann >
Mnnn Dill Goei GOe Over OverAfter cr crAft
After Aft r a debate of two hours in the theHouse theHouge theHouse
House yesterday the Mann white slave slavebill slavebm
bill went over without action Under the therule therule therule
rule the urgent deficiency bill which hleh was wasup wuup I
up for consideration Tuesday when ad adjournment adjournment adjournment ¬
journment was taken takt > n was wa displaced displacedThe displacedFREE displacedFREE
FREE SAMPLE SAMPLEAIDS SAMPLEAS
AIDS OLD OL MEN MENThe E1 E1The
The sudden change from years yearsof yearsI ycar5of
I of o activity of both body and mind mindto mindto I Ito
to the quiet of later years causes causesthe causesthe causethe
the human system to undergo many manychanges manychanges fllfl fllflI
changes chief of which is in the thedigestive thedigestive th thdigestive I
digestive organs organsIt
It becomes harder and harder to get
the bowels to move promptly and reg regularly regularly ¬
ularly and in consequence many elderly elderlymen elderlymfn eIder1 eIder1men
men suffer not only from the basic trou ¬
ble constipation but from indigestion indl esUon
headache belching sour stomach drew drowpiness ctro ctroPlness drew4ness
piness after eating and similar annoy ¬
antes It is I first of all necessary to tc p
keep the bowels open and then to tone t
the digestive muscles so as to get them I Itq
to again do their work naturally A Aviolent
violent Iolent cathartic or purgative Is not only
unnecessary unnece 81ry but harmful and some something ¬
thing mild will do the work just as well
After you OU have got through experi experimenting cxperlmentlng experi2nentlng ¬
menting with salts and pills and waters watersof watersot waterof
of various kinds and have become con convinced conylnced convinced ¬
vinced that they do only temporary tfl ponry good goodat goodat goo gooat
at best then try Dr Caldwells Syrup
Pepsin a mild gentle pleasanttasting
laxative tonic that Is especially Os llr adapted i
to the requirements of old people wo women women women ¬
men and children and yet is effective effectiveenough efreetlvecnough effeetivenough
enough for anybody Your druggist who
has handled it successfully for a quarter quarterof quarteiof
of a century will sell en you ou a bottle for foi
fifty fift cents cent or one dollar but if you want wani wanito
to make a test of it before spending any anymoney an anmone r rmoney
money mone send your name and address to t
Dr Caldwell and he will gladly send sendyou sendyou seat I Iyou
you a sample bottle free of charge
This remedy is rapidly displacing all allother aUother al I Iother
other forms of medication for the cure cureof cureof cnn S Sof
of stomach liver and bowel troubles and am I
families like Mr Ir O F Wishers of Syca Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore ¬
more Ill and Mrs Carrie Cullers of o
325 N Notre Dame street South Bend
Ind are now never without it in the Uii S
house They have tested it and know its itsgrand Itsgrand it itgrand
grand value to every eer member of the thi
family tamll tamllDr
Dr Caldwell personally will be pleased ploasedto 1
to give you any medical advice you may ma
desire for yourself or family famU pertaining
to the stomach liver or bowels abso ¬
lutely free of charge Explain your yourcase yourcase you r rcase
case In a letter and lie will reply to you yo
In detail For the free sample simply slmplsend simplsend
send your name nam and address addre a on a postal postalcard postalcard posta postacard
card or otherwise For either request r reuee u 8t t
the doctors dortor address is Dr W B Cald Cnldwell CaldwPll Caldwell
well R iS i 2S Caldwell Building Monti Monticello lonU lonUcello Ionticello
cello I1L Ill
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VIRGINIANS ISSUE DEFI DEFITO DEFITO DEFITO
TO FOES OF LEE STATUE STATUERepresentative STATUERepresentative S TA TUE TUEepresentative
Representative R Glass as Spokesman for Delegation DelegationAsserts DelegationAsserts DelegationAsserts
Asserts Formal Acceptance by Congress CongressIs
Is Not Necessary
Virginias statues are In Statuary Sta uary Hall HallThey HallThey
They T hey aro there by right and will remain remainSince remaInSince
Since S ince the Issue has bean raised by cer certain certain ¬
tain ta m malignants Virginia does not have haveto haveto
to tob toIm ask and should not ask Northern morn members m6111bers ¬
bers b ore of Congress to permit Gen Lees LeesImage LeesImago
Image Im age to be put In the nations hall of offame ortame
fame ame All the bitter resolutions of nil nilthe aUthe alle
the th e Grand Army camps In America can cannot cannot ¬
not n ot get thorn out outThl outThbl
Thl Thbl statement was Issued 19suedby by Repre Representative Represontatlve ¬
sentative s Carter Glass yesterday y terdey after afterhe atterhe
he h e had polled the Virginia delegation delegationOpposed delegationOPltOsetl
Opposed io Presentation PresentationAs
As a body the Virginia Representatives Representativesand
and a nd the two Senators are opposed to any anyformal an anfonnni
formal f presentation which might sanction sanctionthe sanctionthe
the t he Idea that Congress has any an right rightto rIghtto
to t o reject or decline to accept either one oneor oneor oner
or o r both of the memorials memorialsIn
In the opinion of the nine Representa Representatives RepresentatIves Representavos ¬
tives tl vos and Senators Daniel and Martin MartinSenator MartinSenator
Senator S enator Heyburns hostility to any move movement movement ¬
ment m ont honoring the memory momol of the he Con Confederate Contederat8 ¬
federate f leader will 111 meet with the dis disapproval ¬
approval a of Congress CongressAs CODlTOSSAs
As spokesman for the delegation Mr MrGlass MrGla Mrlass
Glass Gla G lass holds that Congress has no law lawful lawrul lawul ¬
Gf
ful f ul right to refuse to accept the tribute tributeof tributeor
of o f a sovereign State StateThe StateThe
The statute under which the monu monuments monumentB ¬
ments m eats to eminent men are ar placed In the theCapitol theI
Capitol C apitol does do not contemplate public pa parade parade ¬
rade r ade or ceremony asserted Mr Glass GlassWith Glasstltlt GlassWith
With tltlt my colleagues I take the position positionthat positionat
I that th at since th the issue me has been ralMd Vir Virginia Vlrdoes ¬
ginia g inia does not have to ask for Congres Congressional COIF6SsIonal Congreslonal ¬
sional s acceptance The only thing that thata thatformat
a formal and unnecessary unnoee sfl presentation presentationwould pr presentationould sentatlon sentatlonQuid
would w Quid accompllsk would be to disclose discloseJust disclosei discloseust
Just j ust how many Northern Congressmen Congressmenthere Congre smen smenthere
jt
there t are who fall to appreciate the thegreatness thetetneu thegreatness
greatness tetneu of Gon Lee as a man and a asoldier aIdler aoldier
soldier s Idler I think thero aro precious few fewXo tewXo fewNo
Xo Chance for Aspersion Aspersioni
I would not like to furnish an oppor opportunlt opporunity
unity tunlt t to any an one of these obscure and andvindictive andvlndlctle andindictive
tv
vindictive v Individuals to asperse the mem memory memory ¬
ory 0 17 of Gen Lee Had It been desirable desirableto de lrable lrableto
to t o make a A parade over the installation installationTAKE InBtallatlonTAKE installatIonTAKE
TAKE OFFICE MONDAY MONDAYNew IION DAY DAYNew
New N e District Commissioners CommissionersReady ComnlissionersReady CommissioncisReady
Ready for Oath OathRECEPTION OathRECEPTION OathRECEPTION
RECEPTION TO RETIRING HEADS HEADSTestimonial lIEADSTClltimonlnhi HEADSTestimonials
Testimonial to tf He Presented by byEmploye IJYEmployc byEmploycs
Employe to Mncfnrlnnd nail West WestSuccessors VcstSucccssori cst cstSUCCCfiOrot
Successors to Make Changed In As Assignments Asftignment8 Asslgnments ¬
signments of Department After Afterthe Afterthe Afterthe
the Election of a President PresidentAnnouncement lresldcntAnnoonoment rc8hlcntAnnounooment
Announcement was made yesterday yo temayb temaybCuno by byCuno byCuno
Cuno H Rudolph and pen Gen John A AJohnston AJohnston
Johnston the new Commissioners that thatthey thatthey thathey
they t expect e < poot to be sworn in Monday at atU
11 oclock Arrangements for their bonds bondaof bondsof
of JMiOO MW each will be made at this time tJreeThe tkn tknThe timeThe
The oath is to be administered by Dr DrTinadall DrTll18dall DrTinsdall
Tinadall secretary of the board in the theexecutive theexecutt6 I Iexecutive
executive office Immediately thereafter thereafterthe thereatterthe thereafterhe
the t he new Commissioners with Engineer EngineerCommissioner EngtneerCommlutoner nineer nineerCommissioner
Commissioner Judson will meet in the theboard theboard theboard
board room and elect their president presidentNo presidentNo presidentNo
No intimation as to who is J to be presi president prO prOdent proeldent ¬
dent of the board has been given ven out outIt OULIt outt
It I t is the general genera belief that Mr r Rudolph Rudolphwill Rudolphwill
will succeed Commissioner Macfartend MacfartendChanges MacfanlandChanges lacfarlandChaD
Changes ChaD < < eB in the department are to be bemade bemade bemade
made it is understood Public safety safetydepartments safetydepartments
departments are to come under one head headit headit hoedt
it i t is understood That Dr William TIne Tlnsdall TInedall
dall will be reappointed secretary of the theboard tbeboard theboard
board there seems erna to be no doubt doubtFor doubtFor doubtFor
For aincfnrlnnrtji Successor SuccessorUnder SnccelJlllorUnder
Under the present assignment of duties dutiesto dutiesto dutiesto I
to the several Commissioners these the e come comeunder comeunder
under the direction of Commissioner Mac Macfarland Macfarland i itar
farland farlandAU farlandAll tar land landAll
All taaasigncd IIIMII ed natters aimhoaa a1mtb aaatonkal aaatonkalboard aaat lBleRl lBleRlboard
board dMrittef chadt1 board of daildnnswet cfeikirasa RW gwirdlses gwirdlseswvIghi rdkne rdknewviffcb
wviffcb wet dDIt of coal for prifate aivat use e appointment apix4ntmntruMem of atrdtwabia i itnMUm
tnMUm t Cohunbia Hotfiital coroner dental exam en enIPen exaieeri j
inert druggist dnmg sti to the poor efeeUkal ek < < rical department departmentexcite deiisztmentsde t t9dIe
excite e sde board fin Si department flab wharf tanf foapectfen foapectfenef inIr < < tt G Gel
ef floor inspection of food inaiMCUoii of 0 ofmeteT gas gasMetera pslWten
Metera bay Kale S1 Jq health br tt ottcc superintendence of ofiuurance of1DIurame olnmranse
iuurance l nmranse lighting Jichtin < < of itrects liquor Hceme in inpection inlPtrtion inspection
pection of lumber markets JIIA etl board of snperriaon snperriaonmcdirnw MIJeIriIorIJlKdlciDo szpervlonecditine
mcdirnw m and pharmacy chare cha of ol1hmkiJal Xnnidt 4midve1 l llniW llniWlog Uuildior ltvildieL
log ntonicipKl JAw dpJ lodging houe h ex oftfcio truttee at atNational ofatloDal o oNadonsi
National atloDal Training School for IJoya llof pauper phyti phytidant pbltdans pby pbyclans
clans to the poor board of pharmaceutical exam eumm examins exammen
m ins men TMfMrat peridmtPabfie nddmt Pobhe Ubmrr Balldtag Co COIIUIIH COIIUIIHlion Cosnm1lion nmt nmtilon
lion public schools ex ofDcio o Ido tmatee of Reform ReformSchool HelmaScbool RefersSchool
School for lion CJIOW sow National a ODal Trabno Tr3IDiDg SdjosJ SdaoeIfor SdjosJfor Sdmelf
for f r bon q r 1 iiaritkut itdent board of control Rod Rockfreek Rodlaft RodCreek
Creek lark femler ieser of weighU and MMnres esir schools schoolsfire sooieSre dIooI8Ire
fire deparUMBt nrfeoM rtteriMr YSIISSCI YSIISSCIWubtimton 11 sargeoa sargeoaVashiBgton QJIeCI8WashiJlctan
VashiBgton AayluM inspection of wood work workhonie workboule weekhouse
house rod d aton 1ft poand and iaMBt iaMBtCommissioner iBMMCommlaloner ieeenCommissioner
Commissioner West ellt controls these the e de departments ilepartments 1e 1epartments ¬
partments partmentsAibes partmentsAllis partmentsAihes
Allis garbtne refuse Ac c awe allfJlBllDh < eB atR aaMMor aaMMorMEUtant allMlflMruta asersistant
MEUtant uta Moc sors ion Mictioa matters auditor auto antomobite autoBtbte automobile
mobile beard h Mni emd bathnn llat hlc beach elaiac aaaintt s allllt the theDWrirt tOOUiIUict tb tb1iMrkt
DWrirt of Colombia coal forafehed for we of Di Ditrict Die Dietriet thett
trict gorcnuneet t ex oflkte troatoe af e Colombia ColombiaHospJul OIIWRbialIospita1 blenb blenbHtaI
HospJul roOector at taxes oorponthM eounael iRa dteburrins dtfIIcer iRahissing
hissing otteer dog do ta t tss s harks and a t back heckJaartJor stands standsbarter Man4iharter
barter master Free 1l Poetic Libmry licensee ex exeert ncert excvt
cert Ihjoor personal wes police department departmentpcoperty rUMDt rUMDty flWUtproperty
property y clerk roblie Library apecial I IItrHt aanisiment aanisimentstreet amisseeentstreet
street and alley sliming paiiee d department fJ rtm rtaeat nt sur sureeons surtaxos
eeons tales watermain aments tmoBmcBtsEngineer 8tH amentsEngineer 11e ts tsERKineer
Engineer Judson has charge of these thesedepartments thesedepa C Cdepartrnents
departments departmentsAsphalts depa departrnentsAMthaltl rtments rtmentsAldWta
Asphalts and CWJMMU eeRK1 tI inspection i 1oo ef boilen boilenbridges boIler91IIfC I It
bridges t insprction 1IIfC OII of bttUdtees butldta conduits contacts eontnctoEngineer eoIttllCt8EnsiDeer contactsEugineer
Engineer dermrtotent Awe eIilafI sr csg fei highway sites extension sitesslon ¬
sion parking panrafM ptft mnasgpsmit ltf1Dtt nnrt clerk pitunbtng pitunbtngrailroads rAOJRbiurrailroads pIuxibthrailroad
railroads river f B trrdEi LmiLscretary > seereUrj board of con control rootroI control ¬
trol Itock Creek Cn1kPut fta Park scwm sMcwalhs sMcw lk Eogtoecr Eogtoecrdepartment EogiQeadeplrtMeDt En nec necdepaninest
department sfaUes abltw osmd ard of examiners of Rees ateamenffineers IteamDfIineoen Reesn
enffineers n sTs Mreet tr et raJhrajt streets rabdirttioas aur aurwjor aurve1OI amveror
wjor trees ties water dspsttment w tHIM wkareeTo tHIMTo rT s sTo
To Have Farewell Rccoptlon RccoptlonArrangements RCCltlonArra RectptlonArrangements
Arrangements Arra oments hae btt been completed by bythe bythe b bthe
the heads of departments for a farewell farewellreception farewellreception farewelreception
reception to tho retiring Commissioners Commissionersto
to be held in the board room Saturday Saturdaymorning Snturdaymorning Saturda Saturdamorning
morning at 11 1loclock oclock in which every everyemploye everyemploo ever everemploye
employe in the District Building and andmany anlmany ani animany
many outside friends will take part Ad Addressee Addresses Address06 ¬
dresses will 111 be made by heads head of depart departments departments departmenta ¬
ments and there will be responses by byCommissioners byCommissioners b tr trCommissioners
Commissioners West rest and Macfarland MacfarlandThe MacfarlandThe I IThe
The retiring Commissioners Comml sioners will be pre presented presented ¬
proS
sented with testimonials of appreciation appreciationpurchased appreciationpurchased appreclatiopurchased S
purchased by voluntary olu11tar contributions contributionsJust contributionsJust contributionsTust
Just what the presents are to be those thosehaving thosehaving S Shaving
having that feature in charge will not notmake netmake no t tmake
make known simply admitting that hand handsome handsome handsome ¬
some presents will be given givenA gl glvnA n nA
A report current that in view of the theincoming theIncoming th S
SS
incoming of tho two new Commissioners Commissionersthere Commissionersthere Commissionerthere S
there had been a flood of applications for forpositions furpoiiltlons to r
rU
positions was denied yesterday afternoon afternoonby afternoonb at ternooi ternooiby U
by b Secretary TIndall who receives all allapplications allappJlCltIoni al II IIapplicatIons
applications He said that not a single singleapplication sinsIeappJlcation singi 0 0application
application for a n position had been re received received recelved ¬
ceived by him himWhile himWhile himWhile
While you ou think of it telephone your yourWant yourWant yop r rWant
Want Ad to The Washington Herald Heraldand Heralaand L Land
and bill will be sent you at 1 1 cent a word wordi wor L
i
of o f tho statues of Washington and Lee Leetho Leetho Leohe
tho t he Virginia commission designated by bythe bythe byhe
the t he general assembly might have ordered ordereda orderedceroznorilal
a ceremonial celebration in Statuary Hall Hallsuch Hallsuch Halluch
such s uch as some States have I make no noquestion noQuestion nouestion
question q uestion of the wisdom and good taste of ofthe ottho ofhe
the t he decision to dispense with public cero ceromonlos ceromonies coreonies
monies monlosAlthough moniesAlthough m onies oniesAlthough
Although no developments appeared on ontho onthe onhe
the t he floor of the Senate yesterday In con connection connection coneetton ¬
nection n with Senator Heyburns resolu resolution resolution resoluion ¬
tion t ion demanding to know if the collector collectorof
of o f customs at Newport News had closed closedhis closedhIM closedis
his h is office on Lees birthday It is expected expectedthe oxpectedlthe expectedhe
the t he Idaho Senator will air tho issue to today today toay ¬
td
day d ay
dayTho ayTho
Tho Secretary of the Treasury will willprobably wiltprobably willrobably
probably p transmit his reply repl this morning morningand morningand morningnd
and a nd give the reasons why tho Virginia Virginiaport VIrglnlport Virginiaort
port p ort was allowed to close It is Inti Intimated Intimated Intimated ¬
mated no reference to Lees name will willappear willappear willppear
appear a ppear in the document documentAs documentAs
As explained at the department yester yesterday ycsterdn yestemay ¬
day dn d ay permission penn IIon to close cose the collectors collectorsoffice collectorsoffice collectorsffice
office o ffice at Newport News had been granted grantedon
i on o n request in years ear5 past inasmuch as asJanuary asJanuar asanuary
January Januar J anuary 19 is l a State holiday holidayOther hollda holldaOther holidayOther
Other Statues There ThereAnent ThcreAnent ThereAnent
Anent the recont controversy controvars several severalSouthern severalSouthern severalouthern
Southern S Senators pointed last evening eveningthat otmlngthat eveninghat
that that t hat formal acceptanco of statues Is not notnecessary notnoe notecessary
necessary noe n r and stated that memorials to toGov toGov toev
Gov 0 ev George De Witt Clinton and Chan Chancellor Chancellor Chanellor ¬
cellor c Livingston had bean placed in inStatuary InStatuary inStatuary
Statuary Hall by New York and Con Congress Congreu Congreas ¬
gress has never officially sot aside a date datefor datefor dateor
for f or official acceptance acceptanceThe acceptanceTho acceptanceThe
The statue of Gov Allen of Ohio and andthat andthat andthat
that of Dr Curry of Alabama likewise likewisehave likewIsebave
have been placed in the hall for years yearsand yearsand W1rs W1rsand
and no formal presentation has over overtaken overtaken overaken
taken t place placeAs placeAs placeAs
As a token of tribute a wreath of roses rosesand rosesand rosemand
and orchids orchk l was wa placed at the base of ofthe ortho olthe
the Lee statue yesterday yo tenIay morning by Mrs MrsG MrsG MrsG
G W y Boiling of Falls Church ChurchThe Va VaTho VaTho
Tho placing of flowers on a 8 statue In the theHall theHall th
Hall of Fame marks a precedent and andmembers nndmember an anmembers
members of both Houses who passed passedthrough PSS5Cc PSS5Ccthrough passetthrough
through the Hall commented on the un unusual unusual nitusual ¬
usual event eventYESTERDAY eventYESTERDAY eventYESTERDAY
YESTERDAY IN CONGRESS CONGRESSJawrr CONGRESSJarr CONGRESSJensen
Jawrr Jensen l D > 19 19SENATE uJt uJtfE 10SENATE
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nary for Inauguration Date DateRepresentative DnteRapre
Rapre Representative ontaUe Henry of Texas who Is Islatent isIntent it itntent 3
latent I upon changing the date of the in inauguration Inu inauguratlon ¬
auguration u ratlon and who almost achieved sue success suecea suecees ¬
cess last week yesterday offered oft rOd two twoalternative twoalternative tw twalternative
alternative resolutions which are de designed de318ned ilesigned ¬
signed to meet all objections objectionsIn obJectlo L LIn
In addition to his original measure measurewhich measurewhich measurewhich
which fixes xes the last Thursday in April Aprilas Aprilas Apr Apras
as the date of the beginning of the term termof termot ternof
of the President Vice President Senators SenatorsandRepresentatives SenatorsandRepre SenatorsandRepreeentatlves
andRepresentatives andRepre ntatlvea he submitted a rose resolution reOlutlon roseution ¬
lution l setting the second Tuesday in inJanuary InJanuary Ir IrJanuary
January as the date of the ceremony ceremonyImmediate ceremon ceremonImmediate ceremonyImmediate
Immediate action will 111 be taken on the thetwo thetwo thewo
two t wo measures mo sur 8 by the committee on the theelection theelection theelection
election of the President and nd Represen Representative Represcntathe Represonative ¬
tative t Gaines chairman said yesterday yesterdayan i ian
an early report may be expected It Is Isbelieved isbelieved i ibelteVed
believed by many members of the House Housethat Housethat Househat
that t hat the January proposition will meet meetwith meetwith meetwith
with favor from those who object to ex extending extending cxending ¬
tending t the length of the short session of ofCongress orCOftgraca ofCongress
Congress CongressThis COftgracaThis CongressThis
This last suggestion would shorten the theterm theterm theerm
term t erm of the President and present mem members members membees ¬
bers of the Senate and House whose whoseterms whoseterms whoseterms
terms expire in 1913 1913PLANS 1113PLANS 1S13PLANS
PLANS TRIBUTE TO INDIAN INDIANRodman INDIANROllmnn INDIANlloilinzin
Rodman AVnnnninker nnnmnler Offers to Erect ErectStatue ErectStntuc ErectStatue
Statue In New York harbor lIarlJOrIf harborIf HnrlmrIf
If Congress Con e s enacts a bill introduced yes yesterday yesterday es estorda ¬
terday torda by Representative Goulden a astatue astatue astatue
statue typifying the American Indian will willbe willbe willbe
be erected at some point overlooking New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Harbor at the expense of Rodman RodmanWanamaker Rodmananamaker RodmanWanamaker
Wanamaker WanamakerThat WanamakerThat anamaker anamakerThat
That Mr Wanamaker Is willing to erect erectsuch erectuch erectsuch
such uch a statue was made mad known by Mr MrGoulden MrGoulden MrGoukion
Goulden coincident with the presentation presentationof
of his bill providing that the government governmentshall governmontshaH governmentshall
shall accept cceptthe the offer and authorize the thobuilding thebutldlng thebuilding
building of tho monument at a point to be beselected beselected beselected
selected by a commission commissionDISTRICT commlsslonDISTRICT commissionDISTRICT
DISTRICT BILLS FAVORED FAVOREDHouse FAVOREDJIOtJu FAVOREDCoinririttee
House Committee Hears of Plans for forFoort forFOntl forFood
Food Investigation InvestigationAt
At a meeting of the House District DistrictCommittee DistrictCommittee DistrictCommittee
Committee yesterday favorable reports reportswere reDortawere reportswere
were ordered on three bills authorizing authorizingstreet authorizingstreet authorizingstreet
street improvements improvementsRepresentative ImprovementsRepresentative improvementsRepresentative
Representative J Hampton Moore Moorechairman Moorechairman Iooro Ioorochalnnan
chairman of the subcommittee which Is to toinvestigate toinesUlate toInvestigate
investigate the high cost of living in the thoDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District outlined his plans and expects expectsto eXIIectsto expectSto
to begin a series of hearings In a few fewdays fewdns fewdays
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ANOTHER PROBE STARTED STARTEDSenator STARTEDSenntor STARTEDSenator
Senator Gore Would Vonl ou11 l Investigate Af Affairs Affnlr Affairs ¬
fnlr fairs of Indian Tribes TrlliesA TrJheA TribesA
A resolution re oluUon providing for an Investiga Investigation InveUgatlon investigation ¬
tion of the affairs and particularly the thacontracts thocontraets thecontracts
contracts of o the Five Civilized Tribes oC oCIndians orIndians ofIudLns
Indians was introduced In the Senate yes yesterday Joesterdtl yesterday ¬
terday terdtl by Senator Gore Q re of Oklahoma OklahomaThe OkJahornaThe OklahomaThe
The resolution provides that the Attor Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
ney General Gene l and the Secretary Seeretar of the In Interior Intertor IntomIon ¬
terior shall not conflAn pending the In Investigation Investlsatlon Investigtion ¬
vestigation any an contract between any anyof anyof anyofhe
of ofhe the ho Five Civilized < < Tribes and any dele delegates delegafos dolegets ¬
gates gafos gets or attorneys designated to repre represent represent represent ¬
sent them in Washington WashingtonSenator WashingtonSenator VuhlngtonSenlttor
Senator Gore asks sks that the Investigation Investigationbo
bo bl made by b the Indian Affairs Committee Committeewhich Committeewhich Committeewhich
which Is empowered to sit during the ses sessions sessions seaslons ¬
sions of Congress or during vocation to tosummon tosummon tosummon
summon witnesses compel the production productionof
of papers and the things necessary to tocarry toc3rr tocarry
carry c3rr the resolution Into effect The ex expense expense oxporno ¬
pense of the Investigation Is to be de defrayed defraycd defrayed ¬
frayed out of the Senates contingent fund fundThe fundTho fundThe
The committee is directed to Investigate Investigatethe
the Union Indian Agency as well as the theCommission theCommission theCommission
Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes TribesHAHHON TrIbesHA TribesK2MON
HAHHON HA bI01r BOOM ATTRACTS ATTRACTSRepresentative ATTRAOTSRelnCHentnthe ATTRACTSRelgesentntive
Representative Slayilcn Gets on onBuml onDatul onBaud
Baud Wagon ngon antI Acts Act as Host HostGov 1I08tGOY hostGov
Gov Harmons Presidential boom Is Isattracting Isattracting Isattracting
attracting a lot of attention in Washing Washington Washington Vuhington ¬
ton these days It looks good and prom promising promIsing promIsing ¬
ising and the Democrats flock around it itwith Itwith itwith
with gusto gustoRepresentative gustoRepresentative gustoRepresentative
Representative Slayden of Texas got on onthe onthe onthe
the band wagon yesterday by giving a abreakfast abreakfast abreakfast
breakfast In honor of Ohios chief execu executive executive execufive ¬
tive Those Invited to meet Mr Harmon Harmonwere Harmonwere Harmonwere
were Representatives Harrison of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Page of North Carolina Cox and andAnsbarry andAnsberry lndAnsherr
Ansbarry Ansherr of Ohio Johnson of Kentucky KentuckyPujo KentuckPujo KentuckyPujo
Pujo of Louisiana and Hitchcock of ofNebraska o oebraska ofNebraska
Nebraska the latter a close political and andpersonal andpersonal andpersonal
personal friend of William J Bryan BryanWill Bryan BryanVIII BryanWill
Will Abolish Bureau of Equipment EquipmentAt
At a meeting of the House Committee Committeeon Commltteon
on Naval Affairs It was decided to report reportfavorably reportfavorabl reportfavorably
favorably favorabl a bill abolishing the Bureau of ofEquipment otEquipment ofEquipment
Equipment In the Navy Kay Department This ThisIs ThisIs Thisis
Is the first step by the House Committee CommitteeIn
In tho direction of putting Into law the theMeyer theMeer theMeyer
Meyer plan of reorganization reorganizationLodge reorganizationLolgc reorganizationLodge
Lodge Pities Dumb Animals AnimalsA
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A bill amending the act to prevent preventcruelty preventcruelty I IcrJctty
cruelty to animals In transit which re requires reQuires requlres ¬
quires interstate carriers to transport cat cattle cattle cattIe ¬
tle sheep and other animals at a a mini minimum mlnlmum minimum ¬
mum speed of sixteen miles an hour was wasIntroduced wasIntroduced wasIntroduced
Introduced In the Senate yesterday by bySenator brSenator bySenator
Senator Lodge of Massachusetts MassachusettsLlfflithonse MassachusettsLighthouse I
Lighthouse Board AboUaltctlThe Abolished AbolishedThe AbohibedThe
The House yesterday Y sferday passed the Mann Mannbill Mannbill Olannbill
bill abolishing tho Lighthouse Board Boardand Boardand Boardand
and substituting in Its place a Bureau of ofLighthouses utLighthouses ufLighthouses
Lighthouses to be directed by b a com commissioner commissioner cornmissioner ¬
missioner under the supervision sqpervision of tIme thoSecretary thlSecretary tImeSecretary
Secretary of Commerce and Labor LaborLargest Lab LabOrLargest r rLargest
> Largest Homing Circulation
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House Committee Finds HltchoooUa HltchoooUaAttack IIlteheooltAttnck HiteheonksAttnek
Attack on UnlUnprer Unfounded UnfoundedInvestigation UnlouJ1tledInvestigatIon UnfountledInvestigatlen
Investigation of the serious charges chargesmade chargesmado chargesmade
made against Secretary of the Interior InteriorBallinger InteriorDalUnger InteriorDaiitnger
Ballinger and Commissioner of the Gen General Genoral Genoral ¬
oral Land Office Dennett was begun yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday by the House Committee on Ex Expenditures ExpeJKlltures Expeuditures ¬
penditures in the Interior Department DepartmentAt
At the conclusion Of o the session se son yester yesterday ye yesterday ter terd ¬
day d at which Commissioner Dennett wu wuhoard wuheard washeard
heard Republican members of the com committee commIttee cornmittee ¬
mittee commented on the fact that Mr MrHitchcock XIHitchcock MrHitchcock
Hitchcock apparently had made mad charges chargesthat chargesthat chargesthat
that he knew nothing about and he hadnt hadnitaken hadnttaken hadnttaken
taken the trouble to Inquire into intoMr IntoIr IntoMr
Mr Ir Hitchcock stirred things up the theother theoth6r theother
other day whon he mad made those charges chargessaid ehargNsaid chargessaid
said a a prominent member of the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee after the conclusion of the hearing hearingbut hearingbut hearingbut
but judging from developments it will willbe wUlbe willbe
be found before the Inquiry is concluded concludedthat concludedthat concludedthat
that the charges have no foundation In Infact Infact infact
fact factTho factThe It ItTho
Tho same member of the committee far farther rurthor furthor ¬
thor declared Mr Dennett had conclu conclusively conclusively conclusively ¬
sively disproved the Hitchcock charge chargethat char chargethat e ethat
that eighty additional olerks had been om omployed omploed employed
ployed In the Land Office on ordinary ordinaryclerical ordinaryclerical ordinaryclericaj
clerical work yet et had been paid out of ofthe orthe ofthe
the 1000000 land fund undi that immense tele telegraph telegraph telegraph ¬
graph bills on ordinary business had been beenpaid beenpAid beenpaid
paid for out of this fund and that a spe special special apecml ¬
cial agent had been appointed on the face facetious facetious facetious ¬
tious recommendation that he was a 8 near neardentist neardentist neardentist
dentist and therefore qualified for the thejob thejob thejob
job jobThe
The committee will finish with Mr Den Dennett D6ftnett Dennett ¬
nett on Monday Monda and will then hear from fromSecretary tom tomSecretary rom romSecretnr
Secretary Secretnr Bollinger who will endeavor endeAy r to torefute torerute torefute
refute the th charge that he showed gross grossfavoritism gr06favoritism grossfavoritism
favoritism to Jack Ballinger BallingerDR BallingerDR BallingerDR
DR SHAHAN LECTURES LECTURESTalks LECTURESTnlJ LECTURESTalks
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Talks TnlJ 1I on Influence of Monks of An Ancient Ancient Ancleat ¬
cient Ireland IrelandThe 1relnnlTho IrelandThe
The influence of the saints and monks monksof monksof monksof
of ancient Ireland upon Latin Europe Europewas Europewas Europewas
was the subject of a lecture last night nightby nl nightby ht hthy
by Rev Re Dr Shahan of the Catholic Uni University Unlerslt TJniverslty ¬
versity erslt before the Gaelic Society in Car Carroll Carroll Carroll ¬
roll Institute InstituteDr InstituteDr InstituteDr
Dr Shahan described certain ancient ancienttemples ancienttemples ancienttemples
temples and monasteries which were built builtby buntb builtby
by b the ancient Irish and said that the theearliest theearliest theearliest
earliest art of Europe showed signs sI of ofIrish orIrish ofIrish
Irish craft He also spoke of r certain let letI letters letters
I ters which showed that the Irish Irlshhad had very verygood ver vergood verygood
good Instruction In Latin as early as 540 540Before itaBefore i40Before
Before the lecture a regular meeting meetingwas m meetingwas tlng tlngwas
was held and routine matters dispensed dispensedwith dlpensedI dispensedwith
I with
Suits for Absolute Divorce DivorceThe DhorceThe DivorceThe
The following fol llIg petiUottf peUtio > for abohne l JIOOJte dlran dtftllft were vertfiled 1reftDied wereflieti
filed yesterday r ltmlaJ in District Supreme Sa Court James L LBrown LRrown LBrown
Brown n e Agnes Ilrovn Arthur rtbur C Ward va Mary MaryL rr rrY
L Y Ward and Lottie M 1 Thomas Th TS T William 11liaa 11liaa1homM M
thorns The Tb rttUeotr ia each case is repnocated repnocatedby ted tedbr
by Attorney uern William E Ambrose AmbroseSucceeds tnibroeeSucceeds mbfoee mbfoeeS1ICCeclla
Succeeds Archer Baker BakerLondon DnkerLondon BakerLondon
London Jan 19 lG 10Cenr George M f C Brown has ha haappointed been beenappointed beenappointed
appointed European manager of f the Canadian Pa Pacific Pacine ParUle ¬
cine Railway as successor to Archer reber Baker er who was wasburied iUburial wasburial
burial today i
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I GOVERNMENT GOVERN1JIE BREAKS LAW LAWBought LAWI
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Bought non gIn Powder Pontl r from Delaware Cor Corporation Corporntlon Corporntlon ¬
porntlon Having n Monopoly MonopolyThe MonopolyThe onoJol onoJolThe
The United States government must mustsoon mutsoon mustsoon
soon enter a plea of guilty having made madepurchases madepurchases madepurchases
purchases of a 8 trust in violation of law lawas Jawas lawas
as a result of favorable action taken by bythe bytbe bythe
the House Committee on Naval 8Yal Affairs on ona onresolution ona
a a resolution introduced by b Representative RepresentativeCox
Cox of Indiana IndianaThe IndtanaThe IndiansThe
The last naval bill contained a 8 clause clauseproviding clauseproviding clauseproviding
providing that no part of the appropria appropriation appropriation approprlation ¬
tion shall be paid for the purchase of ofpowder otpowder ofpowder
powder made by a combination In re restraint restraint restraint ¬
straint of trade except ex pt In the event of ofan ofan ofan
an extraordinary emergency emergencyThe emergencThe emergencyThe
The Du Pont company of Delaware is isthe Isthe Isthe
the only concern in this country that thatmanufactures thatmanufactures
manufactures smokeless powder This Thisconcern Thisconcern Thisconcern
concern is busy at this time in defending defendinga
a a suit brought br ught against it by the govern government governmont
ment in which the contention is made madethat madethat madethat
that the company is a combination in re restraint restraint restraint ¬
straint of trade tradeThe tradeThe traderhe
The The Cox resolution calls upon the Secre Secretary Secretar Secretary ¬
tary tar of the Navy Nav to Inform the House Housewhether Housewhether Housewhether
whether during the last year it has made madeany madeany madeany
any purchases of the Du Pont concern concernThe concernThe concernThe
The department will reply In the affirma affirmative affirmath afflrmathe ¬
the tiveIt th theIt
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It will justify justlt Itself on the ground that thatan thatan thatan
an extraordinary extraordlnftr emergency existed In Inasmuch Inasmuch Inasrnuch ¬
asmuch as the Du Pont company compan was the theonly theonl theonly
only onl concern able to supply suppl the com commodity commoditr cornmodity ¬
modity modityRAILWAY moditrRAILWAY modityRAILWAY
RAILWAY COMPLAINT READ READWriter READVrlter READWriter
Writer Holds Car Company Prosper Prosperons Prospcrous Prosperons
ons and Able to Improve ImproveOne 1mproTeOne ImproveOne
One of the complaints read before the theDistrict theDistrict
District Electric Railway Railwa Commission at ata ata
a regular meeting yesterday esterda afternoon afternoonsuggested afternoonsuggested afternoonsuggested
suggested that the CapItal Traction Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany be forced to make Improvements Improvementson
on the strength of having added 183W9 183W9to lJ3Oto 13StIOto
to its surplus the past year ear The writer writerpoints wrIterpoints writerpoints
points out the overcrowded condition of ofSeventh ofSeventh ofSeventh
Seventh street cars at Fourtenth and U Ustreets Ustreets Ustreets
streets and the need of transfers for forSeventh forSeonth forSeventh
Seventh street on through cars as well wellas wellas wellas
as trippers at the Chevy Chase loop loopon loopon loopon
on Calvert street streetFurther streetFurther streetFurther
Further attention is called to the dan dangerous dangerous dangerous ¬
gerous double curve at Eighteenth and andTJ andU andU
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GK G W U CLUB TO CELEBRATE CELEBRATEThe
The tenth anniversary exercises of the theGeorge theGeorge theGeorge
George Washington University Unlverslt Classical ClassicalClub ClassicalClub ClassicalClub
Club wi wit l be held Saturday afternoon in inUniversity inUniversIty inUniversity
University Hall They consist of a sym symposium s sympoelum m mOfilum ¬
posium Ofilum on Classical studies as a train trainIng trainIng trainlag
Ing for men of affairs John W Foster FosterDr FosterDr FosterDr
Dr Harvey lIarve W Y Whey Wtle t and Representa Representative RopreBentatlve Roprosontative ¬
tive James Brown Scott will make ad addresses addresses addresses ¬
dresses Right Hon James Bryce Br ce has been beeninvited beenInvited beenInvited
invited to attend Prof Mitchell Carroll Carrollfounder Carronfoundct Carrollfounder
founder and president of the club will be beIn beIn bein
In the chair chairAdmission chairAdmission chairAdmission
Admission is by card which may be beobtained beobtalned beobtained
obtained from rom the secretary secrew of the univer university unlv unlersity r rI ¬
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Performance by 1 Holy Nnine njnc Society SocictrIs
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night in the parish hall of St St Domini DomlnVs DomlnVsChurch DominicsChurch s sChureh
Church when member of tb the Holy Nanv NanvSociety NamfSociety Nani NaniSociety
Society gave a a minstrel astrel show and enter entrrtainment entertainment entrtainment
tainment tainmentThose tainmentThose tainmentThose
Those taking part Included Interlocutor InterlocutorJoseph InterlocutorJoseph IntercutcrJoseph
Joseph P Cain tambos Harry Barror Barrorand Barroand Brr Brrand
and Joseph HaHoraa bon boaes s B Bern rnarl rnarlFitzgerald rnalFftzgera1d al alFitzgerald
Fitzgerald and Walter B Burke min minstrels minstrels mlnstrels ¬
strels John Cantwell William Rowan RowanHarry ROWl1Harr RowaiHarry
Harry Harr Lnahan L 8Mn Thomas Kulle Jo John JelCAnt JohnCarmty hi hiCanty
Canty CAnt Frank Marsden Michael J KiUr KiUrlane Kill Killlane K11lane
lane Maurice Healy Philip Roche WI4 WI4iam WLllam WI WIlam
j lam Walsh Edward Fitzgerald Joseph JosephBurke Jose JosehBurke h hBurke
Burke William J Collins John Fitz Fitzgerald FItzgerald FItzgerald ¬
gerald J A Kehoe Maurice Fitzgerald FitzgeraldRichard FttzgeraJRichard F1tzgera1Richard
Richard Hart Thomas Cantwell Blaine BlaineFitzgerald Blai18Fltz BlaieFitzgerald
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Fitzgerald Fltz rald William Hawke Thomas ThomasMarsden Thom ThomasMarsden 3 3Marsden
Marsden John Collins George Cross CrossWilliam CrossWilliam CrossWilliam
William Collins and Edwip Wood Tin Tinprogramme Ta Taprogramme Thprogramme
programme follows followsOpening foUowsOpening followsOpening
Opening chorus Garden of Roses It M MFitzgerald MFitzgerald 1 1Fltzgera1d
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Heart for Tennessee B Fitzgerald FitzgeraldDown FitzgeraldDown FitzgeraldDown
Down Where the Watermelon Grows GrowsBernard GrowsBernard GrowsBernard
Bernard Fitzgerald Where the River RlvfrShannon RIvrShannon RiverShannon
Shannon Flows T Cantwell The Hat HatMy HjtFather HatMy
My Father Wore W Burke Under tue tueLove tif tifLove teLove
Love Star with You R It Hart Abraham AbrahamLincoln AbrahamLincoln AbrahamLincoln
Lincoln Jones J Hal Halloran lor an closing closingchorus closingchorus dosingchorus
chorus Land of Cotton R Hart and andchorus andchorus andchorus
chorus buck dance Master Willie Hawke Hawkequartet Hawkei Hawkeiquartet Hawkequartet
quartet J Halloran R Hart T Cant Cantwell Cantwell Cantwell
well and E Wood banjo selections W WBurke WBurke IVBurke
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B Fitzgerald and chorus chorusThe chorusThe chorusThe
The belles and beaux taking part in tho thoplantation thoplantation theplantation
plantation scene were F Marsden W WWalsh WWalsh V VWalsh
Walsh T Kulle P Roche J Cain R RHart RHart ItHart
Hart J Cantwell and J Burke This Thiswas Thiswas Thiswas
was followed by a oneact sketch A AStiff AStifI A AStiff
Stiff Proposition in which the characters characterswere Q1Iara oaracterawere t > rs rswere
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