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2 THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY MOND Y FEBRUARY 7lfllO 7 1910 0 I > o >
EAGLES HONOR DEAD DEADEepresentative DEADRepresentative DEADRepresentative
Representative Sulzer One of ofthe oft ofthe
the t he Eulogists EulogistsTHLRffYSEVEN EulogistsT EulogistsT1thYSEVEN
THLRffYSEVEN T T1thYSEVEN SEVEN ARE BE DEPARTED DEPARTEDandlcH DEPARTEDff DEPARTEDCaittUes
ff ffCancUcl
CancUcl andlcH Are Extinguished mid Im Impressive ImIJrClUhc Tinireive ¬
pressive Music Given at Memorial MemorialService JlcmorJnlScrJcc MemorialService
Service c of f IVnshiiigtoii Wash nshlngton Iiigton Aerie AC1IeIut AC1IeIutorth AerIelzutWorthy Itint ItintAVorthy
Worthy orth President Savage Spenks SpenksAddress Sluml SlumlArldres SjeflIAddress
Address rllJ liy Xcw cw York Brother BrotherCommemorating BrotherConuAemoratJftI BrotherCommmot1n
Commemorating those th thos from their ranks rankswho rlnks rlnkswho rankswo
who wo have hc been called to the lodge of ofsorrow ofsorrow of8orrow
sorrow Washington Aerld AsrI No 125 12 Fra Fraternal Fraternal Fraten1 ¬
ternal Order of Eagles Re held their annual annualmemorial annualmemorial annualmemorial
memorial service at the New National Nationallast Nationallast NationalIst
last night nightThe nl nIghtThe ht htThe
The t theater beater eatfOr was dropped with 1th black blackbunting blackbunUns blackbuntIn
bunting buntIn > and the stage where the offi officers omctnJ ofilctis ¬
cers of the aerie ctI were seated was wa s banked bankedwith blLnket1with bJLkOIwith
with Mowers lower and greens eena Addresses by byRepresentative b7Representative byRepresentative
Representative William Sulser and Past PastWorthy Pastorth PastWorthy
Worthy orth President e t Ward lard Savage a a musi musical music mustcal ¬
cal c programme pro the roll call of the dead deadby deadby deadby
by Worthy Secretary J Donald Britt Brittand Brittend Brittsnd
and a memorial service made the occa occasion occasion occaLion ¬
sion a a dignified and solemn one oneWhen one oneWhen oneWhen
When Worthy ortby Secretary Britt arose to tocall tocall tocall
call the death roll alter the orations of ofthe orthe ofthe
the evening the audience sat at with bowed bowedheads bowedIeads bowedkeads
heads Ieads As A each ch name was r read d and andthere andthere andthere
there was u no response respon a candle was wassnuffed 18Ssnutted wa wasnuffed
snuffed from the row I row W which burned on onthe onthe I Ithe
the stage and another name was WR added addedto addedto
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to the roster of the dead As A a finishing finishingtouch ftnlshlngtouch finishingtueh
touch to the artistic effect e Arthur Whit Whitcomb WhitI WhitIcomb Whitcomb
comb rendered a cornet solo 10 Tostis ToetlaGood TostisGood TostisGood
Good by As the luttbar sounded Il uaded the theaudience theaudience theaulience
audience audience arose and sans AD sng Nearer My MyGod MyGod I IGod
God to Thee fl in chorus chorusXeiv ehorU8CW chorusew
Xeiv CW York Brother Speaks SpeaksRepresentative SlJonluRepreMntatlve SponlftRepreaeiitztive
Representative Sulser past t worthy worthygan worthYpresideat worthypresident
president of New York Aerie No 40 40 be beglUl began
gan his hl oration with a tender tribute de declaring de delarlDC declarinK ¬
claring one of the most beautiful fea features features features ¬
tures of the order was the fraternal fraternalspirit Internalpirlt fraternalrpirlt
spirit of the living lIvta brothers who gather gathereach pothereach gathereach
each year in every part of the country countryto
to U commemorate < the th dead He said the thesimple thetmpl thes1mpl
simple tmpl ceremonies were we symbolic bollc of the theprinciples theprtnclple8 theprinciples
principles of perfect fraternity fraterlllt as a prac practiced pract practfred ¬
ticed t fd by Eagles wherever they may be beSpeaking DeSpeak beSpeaking
Speaking Speak nl of the steady fi y growth of the therational uie uieratlonal theiatIonal
rational organisation he said no Jl other otherfraternal otHrfraterna1 othirfraternl
fraternal body bod bad so carefully fostered fosteredevery foetereclenry fosteredevery
every Idea of brotherhood Ha 11 declared declaredthose deelaNdthose deClaredthose
those who ho wear the Eagle are known for
their good works in many y cities citiesVast citiesPast clUesast
Vast ast Worthy President Savage Sava and andGrand andGrand andirand
Grand Worthy President Herring < addedloquent adcJedloquent added Md1cloquent
loquent < > tributes in the spirit of the oc occasion occasion cccasion ¬
casion
Musical Pieces Superb SuperbMrs SuperbMr SuperbMrs
Mrs Mr Dayelle TaylorWelch sang HRock HRockof Rock Rockof ROckAge
of Ages Age in soprano A quartet com composed composed rosapnsed ¬
posed of Mrs rs Taylor TaylorWelch Welch Miss O Lift IJI1ian LtllJan LiftIan
ian Chenoweth Daniel C Holland and andCharles adl1arles andlarie5
Charles l1arles E Meyers rendered The e Vacant VacantChair VacantChair VI4iIthair
Chair hair by b Roost One Oii Sweetly Sol Solemn Solt Sdeme ¬
t emn mn Thought by Ambrose was wa sung by byMiss byIi byMiss
Miss Ii s Chenoweth Frits Multer rendered rendereda
a cello solo from Gltexraan and Schu Schuman Sebuman Schuman
man The The Spoky of Riieousness RU U by bythe bythe bythe
the quartet and the final cornet solo and andchorus aadhorul andhOflhiI
chorus with the orchestra accompani accompaniment accompaJlIrfnt acrompanircnt ¬
ment completed th the beautiful musical musicalThe mWlteaITro musicalJrogramifle
Tro Jrogramifle JrogramifleThe Tanune TanuneT
The T e following follo is the roster of the lodgeof I lodsof lodge dMIf
of sorrow sorrowS sono sonoJtT
T JtT ary t Ty 8 Marrlam Ettwtnl K X Pknt Water W If IfRi NH IPR
H Ri urr TbowM J P Hartkaa Xdwwd daid BkU kld GUN GUwV autttl
V Nter Momj F Dw Di B Eo 1C I JAff ry Jowph J Mor torJ fi fiI
1 I > John J aheeftaa Joseph IGIeIIIIl V 1 J JWade a J JWildt Theu
Wade Jowrh J P 1 Bocktar BuS Harry Ha A Know < U UM UI lde ldeI
M I Wright Auk D 1 Cbyle Ie Jama J Bdtnr JteUetriliiam fteftevUiam
Uiliuim iliiam IL Bell B II OeorgB Dabwr WttUaam WUIII M MTeapn
Keapm Oamwe bies W Smith Ss th John E Wkata WMJf Whsi Vmt VmtM Fisnk FisnkM
M f sweet wet Jarne J C McOirr TDOBM Keoncy John JohnK JoimK JohnJ
K J K ronway I onS Vnn Frank TI A Clark John ITconiog JIeaa ag liar liarrtitn n nnall 11w1ia
rtitn 1ia Kahn Kandoliii H Uibbt Gi GIbI Thonuta T Ftai Ftaiiis PIelaiq Fie Fieg
iis g John H H Cole C rhariea bade g S BwWord Joan K 11Unkit8
Linkics Lin iLII Rkbard Kran and John Kieran KieranThose BieraaThose itlerinThose
Those on the stage last night were wereWard wereWard wereWard
Ward Sttage Sa ise put worthy mh prtwtent M L L i Men Xootag xtaguf Mentagw
tag taguf f worthy praMnit William H Clarke CIaIte CIaIten worthy worthyiioe rtky rtkywendent
iioe n pf pfJ IWr dIm Edward So S SeIIaid worth woethy plaia
J 7 D Briu secretary J L 1 1 Ferny eeni treasorer I IU L L
U 11 Haje condnctor K JC V Fraakhaww baUM in in8ird inner iaDerInrd innerviM
8ird viM 0 Laeofaro outer curd William B Bfwn Eotn 1 1trusSeS
fwn tn trait trusSeS G W Yo Brahler trustee R R If Ifnook Jinov Mflok
nook nov truatw i Dr William F Walter aerie aeriea paqrai paqraiiian j j1ar
iian 1ar a I Dr L A Walker aerie physician Grand GrandA Gzan4pI1
A ri < nentlien nMnbsT Myer Fhdier Kam tse F PJobn Den DenJohn Dowains
John Doyle Oarmody zinody Mna HUlda F Harm II DuM A AI Allrilroll AIJnedj
I llrilroll nscolJL Angoat A BriU WilUanj B Dwwon DuIoG Charles CharlesU Cbadesc
U c Beveridtv B eridIc and Ward Sands SavafeBOEKE StYqtBORNE SandsBORNE
BORNE TO LAST REST BESTSpecial RESTSpednl RESTSpecial
Special Train nears llody Hod of Repre HepreMcntutivc ReprelIentuthe Repreaentutive
Mcntutivc Loverinf to baton HoiitnnThe no batonThe tnn tnnThe
The body of Representative Repre entatlve William uUam C CLovering CLove CLovertng1
Lovering Love rl nl of Massachusetts who died In Inthis Inthis inthis
this city Friday was wa taken to Boston on ona ona ona
a special train last night nightMany nightMany nlgtitMany
Many floral tribute tribut tributes from friends in including Inludlng ineluding ¬
eluding a bunch of orchids orchid from the theWhite tlMWhite theWhite
White House greenhouses were banked bankedon bkedon eecl eeclon
on the coffin coffinSenator collinSenator coffinSenator
Senator Lodge < e and Representatives RepresentativesLawrence RepreHRtaUvLawr RepresentativesLawrence
Lawrence Lawr nce Kellher Waahburn of Masse Massachusetts 1 1chusett Massechusetts ¬
chusetts Calderhead of Kansas Xan Lee of ofGeorgia oCGeorgia o oGeorgia
Georgia Palmer of Pensylvania and Ken Kendall KeBall Kendali ¬
dall all of Iowa were In the official o Congress Congressparty COftCreMIparty Coagreesparty
party which accompanied the body bodyFuneral bodyFunt bodyFuneral
Funeral Funt > ral services will be held at SL SLThomas StThomu 5t 5tThomaa
Thomas Church In Boston at t 2 oclock oclockthis ocl oclockthis ck ckthis
this afternoon afternoonPLOT afternoonPLOT afternoonPLOT
PLOT AGAINST STRATHCOffA STRATHCOffAResilience S SRTECONARealdence RATIICONARelllhlence
Resilience of High Commissioner CommissionerThreatened CommlssloncrlJlroafened CominisnionciThreatened
Threatened with Destruction DestructionToronto DcstlluctlQnToronto DestructionToronto
Toronto Ont Feb 1A plot to blow blowup blowup blowup
up the th Montreal residence of Lord Strath Strathcona Strathona Strathcona
cona ona Canadian high commissioner who whois whois whcis
is now In London has been unearthed unearthedA
A Toronto correspondent say yg he over overheard overheard overheard ¬
heard in the east end of the Queen City Cityoronto City CityCoronto Cityoronto
Coronto oronto several men discussing the fact facto fad fado
o the Canadian high commistoner having havingplaced havlpglaed havin havinilaced
placed laed his hi princely residence at the dis disposal disposal dinposal ¬
posal of the Archbishop of Montreal for forMa t fosbin r
Ma guests at the Eucharistic Congress Congressnext Con Connfxt I Inext
next falL falLCapital fallCHIJHRI fallCapital
Capital and SurpliiM 2200000 2 52200000A 2200000A = 00000 00000A
A Sure Way to toAccumulate toAccumulate toAccumulate
Accumulate Accumulatemoney
money is through an interest interestearning interestearning interestearning
earning bank account The Thebanking Thebanking Thebanking
banking dept of this company companypays companypays companypays
pays interest on all accounts accountsU
U S Treasury supervision supervisionSafe
Safe Deposit Eoxc O1lH rented 5 jr r up upUnion upUnion upUnion
Union Trust Co
EDWARD J 1 STELLWAGEX President PresidentIJJtlt Pft8ideDt1lth President1th
IJJtlt and II St StH N AV v
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CONNOISSEURS ANXIOUS FOR THIS PICTURE PICTUREI
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Millets pnlntlnsr 41Goln Coins 601n t tn Work which broubt 53100 53100 nt the recent recentnle recentIe recentsale
sale nle Ie of the H S Henry collection collfl tloD lu New ct York The painting1 ivan ifatthoiiItt no nohOIlhht ivanbonzht
hoiiItt by h Mr henry Heur before ills dcnth for 950000 OOOO The bidding I 1Anll b bgnu e enu
gnu nu ut SJ5000 OJ It IH con cODNltJered l lered one of the fe few v Millets flint connoli connoliKttiirs conliolcurs coniioincurs
curs iiinkc IUnk the fttrirnRext trlPn oot klnil kiudof of n llsht to po pOCIf sei w
i iVaughn
SUNDAY Y SCHOOL CELEBRATES CELEBRATESVaughn
Vaughn Class of Calvary Baptist BaptistChurch BaptistChuroh BaptistChurch
Church Observes Anniversary AnniversaryDr nniversaryDr
Dr IS C nice Given Uric History of ofOrganization ofOrgnuizntlonl
Organization F AV V r Yniighn YniighnPleased YnughnIlunsed YiiiiglinIIunaed
Pleased MitU t11 Growth GrovrthIn Grmtt1tIn Growthr
In r the pretence of members mter afd sI their theirfriends theirfrtendS
friends frtendS the twentyfirst anniversary annier ryr cel celebration celebration ¬
ebration of Vaughn class of Calvary Bap Baptist Hapt1at ¬
tist Church the largest mens men Sunday SundaySchool SundayScbooI
School classr cIas in tb world Oid wajc held yes yesterday 7et1terday ¬
terday morning morln at i T3b ocloc oclocThe ocl oclTIN oclodfr oclodfrTb
The Tb speakers were we the pastor Rev RevSamuel R RSamuel RevSamuel
Samuel H Greene D D F W V Vaughn Yaughnfound VaughnfoundeC Vaughnfounder
founder found EKi ad teacher Dr B D C Rice Ricepresident Ricepre
president pre lent of the class George K L Heo Heobajrd Hebard Itohbard
bard Dr Grant S S Barnhardt George H HJudd HJudd HJudd
Judd J W Bell all expresidents Pow Powell Powell ¬
ell Rogers Herbert L L Davis A Falk FalkJames hlkJames PaIkJames
James McCurdy A I L Sampson and Ed Edward lward Edward ¬
ward Kina members of the class classIn cJaaIn
In the principal address Dr E C Rice Ricegave Rleegave Ricegave
gave a I brief history of the organization organisationHe
He said in part partThe partTbe
The Sunday school has the honor of ofinaugurating orinau ofinaugurating
inaugurating inau uratlng < the adult department in inSunday inSUnday
Sunday school work Ork This occurred in inJanuary tnJuary InJ13uary
January 1881 When Mr Vaughn learned learnedthat JearJledthat
that this department was to be formed formedhe formedhe
he requested Ifique ted the privilege e of organizing organisinga or nblftS nblftSclan
a class clan and on February 3 a ISM 158L be com commenced commenced cornmoneed ¬
menced his work with five members membersIn
In speaking s nl of the Influence of the theclass theclu8 theclass
class Dr Rice declared that more than than300ft
300ft 3 members were spreading their in influence inftuence influence ¬
fluence throughout the country and do doing doIng ¬
ing the work of the Supreme Court and andthe andthe andthe
the Congress of the United Tnlted States StatesMr StatesMr StatesMr
Mr F W Vaughn founder paid a high highcompliment highcompliment
compliment to the wonderful growth of ofthe ofthe
the class which now represented reprosentedactive an anactive O
active members mem Rev Samuel H Greene GreeneD GreeM GreeMD
D D pastor of the church told of its itsinfluences itsInftuence Itsinfluences
influences on the young young men of the con congregation congrep congregntion ¬
gregation gregationin grep tlon tlonIn
in order to accomplish a thorough can canvass cuVIUJ canvase ¬
vase of its work a a dual organization organisationthe
the class cl and the class club were nnally nnallyformed ffnaJlYConned Ilnallyformed
formed the latter in ISM Since its or organization orpJllzatlon organizatlon ¬
ganization it has spent 6000 000 in Its work workexpending workcxpendlng workexpending
expending 3900 Kl last year oar alone aloneIt aloneIt aloneIt
It was announced yesterday YellU rday that the theannual theannual theannual
annual class banquet would b be held on onMarch onarch onMarch
March > arch 2 The speakers will be Senator SenatorRobert SenatorRobort SenatorRobert
Robert Taylor of Tennessee and Rev RevSamuel RevSamuel
Samuel H Woodrow WoodrowDR WoodrowDR
DR STECK IS WELCOMED WELCOMEDPrencIieH WELCOMEDPrcncJaeJC
Preaches First Sermon ns Pastor of ofEpiphany ofEpipJaIl
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Epiphany EpipJaIl Church ChurchRev ChurchRev I ITtev
Rev Charles F Stock D D preached preachedhis preachedhits preachedhis
his first sermon rlnon before the congregation congregationof
of Evangelical Evan < eltca1 Lutheran Church of the theEptthany theEptthany theEpithany
Eptthany yesterday morning A special specialprogramme specialprogramnle specialprogramme
programme of music was arranged in his hishonor hishonor hishonor
honor A reception will m soon be given giventhe giventhepaator giventhe
the thepaator pastor and his wife by the congre congregation congregation congregallon ¬
gation gationDr gationDr gallonDr
Dr Stocks Stoekssorm sermon n was based upon the thetext thetext thett
text It pleased God by foolishness of ofpreaching ofpreaehtng ofpreaching
preaching to save them that believe believeThe believeThe i iThe
The world has its philosophers ph I Jo ophers its itsscholars Itallebolars itsscholars
scholars its great masters Its mighty mightyachievements mightyachievements mightyachievements
achievements he said and there is ismuch Ismuch Ismuch
much to tempt the preacher to neglect neglectthe neglectthe neglectthe
the simple but sublime teaching te chlng of the theMan tbeMan theMan
Man of Calvary for the more pompous pompousyet pompouset pompousyet
yet et often false wisdom of this world But ButGod ButGod ButGod
God hath said Sl d Go ye ye into all the work workand workland workiand
and preach the Gospel and thats why whyI
I am here hereLECTURES hereLECTURES hereLECTURES
LECTURES ON ST PETERS LIFE LIFEDr LIFEDr LIFEDr
Dr MacLeod Iinprrssew His Audience AudienceAided Atll1feuccldetl AtilleiceAidel
Aided liy la Stwrvopticon StwrvopticonPride ShrtolatlconPride StoreoltieonPride
Pride Is not an evidence of character characterexcluslvenese characterecJuleneas characterexclusiveness
exclusiveness Is no attribute to man manhood manhooddeclared manhooddeclared
hood hooddeclared declared Rev Donald C MacLeod MacLeodin
in an illustrated lJlu trAt d lecture l ture on the life of ofSt orSt ofSt
St St Peter at the First Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PreabyterianChureh PresbyterianChurch
Church last night nightOne nf nightOne < ht htOne
One of tho subllmest scenes scen In the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole history of humanity humlUtt declared Dr DrMacLeod DrlacLeod DrMacLood
MacLeod as a picture at f Christ washing washingthe washingthe Shlngthe
the feet of his Apostle Apo tJe Peter was thrown thrownon
on the canvas With the assistance of orstereopticon ofstereopticon ofsteroopucon
stereopticon views lews Dr MacLeod traced tracedthe tracedtbe tracedthe
the life of this unique disciple as the poor poorGallilaen pOOrGalUlacn poorGallilsen
Gallilaen fisherman and the bighearted bigheartedimpetuous bigheartedImpetuous bigheartedImpetuous
impetuous follower of Christ Chrlat each scone sconeimpressing s sconeimpresalag ono onoImprC8S1ng
impressing the audience An A appropriate appropriatemusical approprIatemusical appropriatemusical
musical programme was given by tho thechoir thochoir thochoir
choir Mrs Roberts sang Open the Gates Gateso Gatesof Gatesof
o of the Temple
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STILE S SHOW OPENS TODAY TODAYEverything TODAYEverything TODAYverything
SE
E Everything New in Modish Crea Creations Creations ¬
tions Will Be Exhibited Exhibitedo ExhibitedIutlfoo Exhibitedudfea i iLu
o
Iutlfoo L Lu udfea < lia Tailori AV1II nl March to VhltcHonsc White WhiteiloriMe hlte hlteHousc
Honsc TliLs Morning to See Secthe Seet Seethe
the t he President PresidentMore lrclIrlentore
More ore than 160 1i of the men who ho fix ft the theashkma thefubton theasidon
fubton f ashkma h their lr wives wiveS and d families and andthe andthe andhe
the t he pretty models mo who will demonstrate demonstrateJust d demqntrateust mtutrate mtutrateJut
Just J ust how modish creations should be worn wornarrived wornIUrlnd wornrrived
arrived a yesterday morning by special train trainto tramto
to 1 0 attend the National Style Show ant aniLadies antLadI an anLadle
Ladies LadI Tailors Convention which open openat ope opeat openst
at a t the Arlington Hotel thin afternoon afternoonThte afternoonThla afternoonThin
Thin morning mornln at 930 oclock the ladles ladlestanon ladiesailors ladlestailors
tailors t wilt march from the Arlington to tothe tothe tethe
the White bIte House in a body where they theywill the thewill theywill
will be received by President Taft The Thefirst Theftnt Therst
first fi rst business session will open at 11 11oclock 11odock 11clock
oclock o clock At 238 38 oclock the show shO ar arranged arraJled artnged ¬
ranged r in the ballroom of the hotel will willbe v111be wille
be b e opened to the public with an orchestra orchestraon orchestran
on o n hand and a reception committee ready readyto readyto readyo
to t o do their duty The exhibitions will be beopen beopen hipen
open o pen until midnight midnightIn midnightIn
In tastefully decorated booths draped drapedon drapedn
on o n wire models and live ones and ar arranged arntnKed arranged ¬
ranged to the th best possible show advan advantage advanta advanage ¬
tage ta t age e will 111 be everything that women wear wearin wearIn wearn
in i n various stages Bta ea of evolution Not only onlywill onlywill onlywilt
will tailored creations I be shown but there therewill thereUI therewill
will UI be everything else in the line of gar garments garmenUs garmenta ¬
menUs dear to feminine hearts heartsUnless heartsUnlea heartsUnless
Unless the officers are badly mistaken mistakenthe ml mistakenthe taken takenthe
the tailors will finally declare their inde independence Ind Indpendence mdpendence ¬
pendence where Paris Part styles are con concerned conrned ¬
cerned c rned at this meeting Those who will willhave wIllhave willhave I
have the most influence at the sessions sessionsbelieve 8eMlonsbelieve
believe that Americans are hotter able to tojudge tojudso I
UI
judge J how to clothe American women womenthan womenthan wernerhan I
than t Parisians In his address of wel welcome welcome weloins ¬
come C this thl morning R Pluym of Wash Washington WaahInrton Washngton ¬
ington I will iIl make this clear clearPresident clelrPreatdent clearPresident
President Pluym will be in the chair chairduring chairdurtn chahduring
during durtn the convention and Charles J JColumbus JColumbull JColumbus
Columbus of Washington will 111 be floor floormanager floormanager footmanager
manager managerPROTEST managerPROTEST managerPROTEST
PROTEST EN MASSE MASSETO MASSETO MASSETO
TO SUNDAY BILL BILLContinued BILLContlnuetl BILLCoiitliiuetl
Continued frOnt Page One OneconsQIvaUon Oneonservation J Jconservation
conservation c of natural resources trusts trustsand trustsand trustaand
and a thousand other civil things and andthat andthat andhat
that t hat they will enact such laws concerning concerningthese concern concerninghesa Ins Inst11Ho
these t things as may to them seem best bestbut bestbut beetbut
but they the would be shocked to learn that thatCongress thatCongrcss thatCongress
Congress had attempted to settle by civil civilstatute civilstatute civilstatute
statute whether men should be sprinkled sprinkledpoured sprinkledpoured sprinkledpoured
poured or immersed or whether they theyshould theyshould theyshould
should be baptized at all allMr alllr allMr
Mr lr Prescott thought that Sunday Sunda laws lawsdo lawsdo lawsdo
do little good toward towar ensuring a safe safeandsane afeandMno safeandsane
andsane Sabbath In an analysis of oftho ortho ofthe
tho Johnston bill and its restrictions he hesaid hesaki hesaki
saki sakiIt
It was emphasized empha zed by the chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Committee on the District of Colum Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
bia that at present there Is I no Sunday Sundayrest SundayrNt Sundayrest
rest law in the District of Columbia ColumbiaAny ColumbiaAny ColumbiaAny
Any such legislation would w uld be a a depart departure departure departure ¬
ure from a policy which has been follow followed followt1 ¬
ed for more than a century and a quar quarter quarter quarter ¬
ter and yet in the face of this fact a awitness nwltneq awitness
witness at a hearing before the Huse HuseCommittee H6uscCfHnmlUee H6useCommittee
Committee on the District of Columbia Columbiaduring ColumbIadurtng Columbiaduring
during the last session lc of Congress ad ¬
mitted in reply to a question by a mem member membr meniher ¬
her of the committee that he knew of ofno ofno ofno
no city where Sunday was better ob observed observed observed ¬
served than in Washington WashingtonWould WashingtonYouisl Yashlngtonou1rl
Would ou1rl He IJeRuln Ruin to Both BothNo UothNo IlotliNo
No greater eater wrong can be done to a aman aman aman
man than to trample upon the rights of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his conscience said Mr Colcord offer offering offerIng offerlug ¬
ing the resolution resolutionNo resolutionNo resolutionNo
No greater calamity can come to tochurch tochurch tochurch
church or state than tho evils resulting
from a union of the two So long as a achurch achurch achurch
church remains pure It does not seek seekthe seekthe seekthe
the power of the thest8te state for the further furtherance furtherance furtherance ¬
ance of Its ends With the word of God Godin Godin
in Its hand It appeals only to the hearts heartsand heartsand heartsand
and consciences of men So long as It Itholds Itholds itholds
holds only to Bible truth It asks for no nolaws noJaws nolaws
laws enforcing Its faith and practice practiceBut pr practiceBut ctlce ctlceBut
But when it departs from the faith then thenIt thenIt thenIt
It asks that the strong arm of the civil civilpower cIvilpower civilpower
power shall come to its aid and dissent dissenters dissenters dissenters ¬
ers are made to feel the hand of oppres oppression oppression oppresdon ¬
sion don That Is what Is wrapped up In Inthis Inthis inthis
this Sundaylaw movement movemont vThat That Is whatwe what whatwo
wo 0 shall see In this land If this movement movementsucceeds movementBue movementsucceeds
succeeds Bue eeds
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BUND SINGERS SCORE SCORESouthern SCORESouthern
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Southern Airs and Juvenile JuvenileWork JuvenileVor JuvenileVork
Work Vor Featured FeaturedPRESENTED FeaturedPRESENTED FeaturedPRESENTED
PRESENTED IN fl SPLENDID FORM FOEMXellie FORMNellIe FORMNellie
NellIe Was Vas a Lady Jnd niul Dixie DIxieSung DixieSung
Sung 1 h > y Chorus with th Sweetness of ofHarmony ofJJnrmonYoung ofllnrnionyYouiig
Harmony JJnrmonYoung Young Pianist t Surprise SurpriseAudience SUrlJrlllcAuUencc SurprisesAudience
Audience und Girl Viollnlut PIn Platvitli PInwith Plays Playswith >
with the Perfection of an Expert ExpertTwo ExpcrtTwo ExpertTwo
Two popular Southern airs reminders of ofthe ortho ofthe
the good old days In the land of cotton cottonsung cottonBung cottonsung
sung exquisitely by the Saongerbund and andtho andtho andthe
tho truly remarkable work of a juvenile juvenilepianist juvenileplanlBt juvenilepianist
pianist and a youthful violinist vloUnl t formed formedtho fonnedthe formedthe
the features of tho fifth musical enter entertainment entertalnmont entertainmont ¬
tainment of the Saoneerbund S oncrbun last night nlghUNelHo nhhlNelllo nightNellie
NelHo Was Vas a a Lady Lad and Dixie ar arranged arranged arranged ¬
ranged by Frank Van der Stuckon were weresung weresung woresung
sung by the chorus with that sweetness sweetnessof sweetnOMat
of harmony and understanding on one onepart onopart onepart
part and Inspiration and lire on the other otherwhich otherwhich otherwhich
which makes them always welcome The Theother Theother Theother
other number was Morgan Jm Weld by byHegar byI byHegar
Hegar This also was presented In fine fineform flnQfonn fineform
I
form well rounded and harmonious the thetenors thoII thetenors
tenors blending splendidly with the other otherparts otherparts otherparts
II parts partsPIanIst
Pianist Surprise Audience AudienceWilliam AudienceWUllam AudienceWilliam
William Engel Jr a young youngman man of not notmoro notI notmore
I more than seventeen years surprised his hisaudience hisaudlenco hisaudience
audience with > a moat mo t creditable piano pianoEolo ptanosolo pianosolo
solo of Liszts Rhapsody R api4dy No 12 He Henot Henot Henot
not only promises proml to beeeme a A roaster In Intechnique Interhnlque Intechnique
technique but plays with ease grace Mee and andexpression andexprp andexpression
exprp expression ion He obliged 0011 < 00 with an encore encorewhirti encorewliich
whirti wh h was w Just as artistically presented presentedas
i as the th first number numberEls numberI numberEisa
I Els Elea Raner a a young miss in short shortdresses shortdresses h lt ltI
I dresses and hair done up with two light lightblue lighti lightblue
i blue blu ribbon bows bow was the other Wunder Wunderkind Wunderkind VunderI
kind and prodigy She played the violin violinsolos iolln
I violinL
solos Allegro Brlliante and Rondo from fromthe fromthe fromthe L
the Ninth Concerto by de Berlot with withthe withthe lth lththe
the perfection of an expert Without Withoutapparent Withoutapparent Withoutapparent
apparent effort she made her instrument instrumentweep Instrumentweep instrumentweep
weep and laugh Technique and interpre interpretation Interpretation interpretatlon ¬
tation were wellnight perfect ills It Raner Ranerwaa RaMIwu Ranerwas
was accompanied on the piano by Anton AntonKaspar AntonKaspar AntonKanpar
Kaspar h hr r teacher teacherMrs t8AeherMM teacherMrs
Mrs Willard J King sang with a sweet sweetand sveetand sweetand
and expressive expre te contralto voice v010 which whichhowever wbiehhowever whichhowever
however WAS slightly IU btJy marred by a too toopronounced tooI toopronoeiacd
pronounced prOlHMl tremolo The Da DaDa a > by byChadwick byChadwiek byChadwick
I Chadwick and an encore encoreSoprano encoreSOllrnno encoreSoirato
Soprano Voice olce Strong StrongMrs StronJI StrongMrs
I Mrs 1111 Arthur G Dunn sans sang Gounods Gounodsaria GountMlam Gountsdiria
aria a ria from The Queen of Sheba with ith a astrong atron a atrong
strong s tron and clear soprano voice Harry HarryBttrnftUne HarryBumtine harryBurnatine
BttrnftUne sang the prologue from I Pag PagIteoci PKI Pagiacci
I Iteoci l by Leoncavallo and was accom accompanied accomi accompsoled ¬
i panied on the piano by b Miss Leila Lie Lietorman LieRman Lieerniai
torman b erniai Mr Burnstine has a voice of ofgreat otgrt ofgreat
great volume He responded re with an en eneore enoore ene enDonizettis
eore eoreDsMtlsettls e
ooreDonlwtUs
DsMtlsettls sextet xtet from Lucia di Lam Lammarmoor lAmMJnOOr Lammnrmcor
marmoor MJnOOr wa wu sung su with IUt artistic effect effecty eaoetby effectby
by y Mrs Dunn Mrs Wllhtrd J King 1Cln Wit Wllttam William Wit1am
liam 1 G Atherhold Curl Xante Fred FredShaefer FredShaaCer FredShaser
Shaefer and Henry M Packer r The eon concert eoncert eonwas ¬
cert was u under the direction of Prof ProfHenry ProfHenry ProfHenry
Henry Xander the musical director of orthe ofthe
the society societyAlbert OeMt OeMtAlbert societyAlbert
Albert Lepper president of the bund bundat buntat bundat
at the end of the th6r ta4 ncert 0ncert announced that thatPrince thatPrince thatPrince
Prince Carnival woW lake leave of the theSaMigerbond theSunlerDund theSasagerbund
SaMigerbond at the grand a l masqnerade masqneradeof muqueraebAil masqoaradeball
bAil of the society at National Rifles RiflesHall n nHall RidesHalt
Hall tonight tonightHarry tonl8htHarry tonightHarry
Harry Minster one of the golddust golddusttwins golddueltwine 1d4U8t 1d4U8ttMas
twins of the Narren Club said a large largenumber larwelIumber largenumber
number of o attractions ttra tbD8 would astonish the thecave thecave i icave
cave dwellers at this evenings Klltn DIm Bimtniiy DImhUl Dimtitisy
tniiy hUl Stunt in Store StoreMr StoreX Storeyet
Mr X Minster paid there would be jug jugglers j jglen jugglees ¬
glen from India and Areeating Arabs Arabsfrom Arabstrom I Ifrom
from the Sahara Eskimos from Bradley BradleyLand BradleyLand BradleyLand
Land with the original Crook pole and andEskimo adEkimGil I IEskimos
Eskimo from Baffin Baum Bay with 1th the Leary Learypole Learypole Learypole
pole There Ih re will it be delegations from the theW th8W
W C T U headed by Carrie Nation Nationand Nationand Natlosand L
and Victor Murdock The goldenlocked goldenlockedCongressman ldenIocked ldenIockedCon I ICongressman
Congressman Con euman from the Sunflower State Statewill Stateill Statewill
will ill lead the guard that surrenders but butnever butnever butnever
never dies attired in insurgents garb garbsecured garbsecured rb rbIIlcured
secured from the young Turkish party partyLady partyLady partyLady
Lady Spankhurst from England arriv arrived arrlvef1 arrivoil ¬
ed on the Mauretaala last night and andpromised uclpromiHd andpromised
promised to be on hand with a bunch bunckSImonpure bunchSimonpure of ofSimonpure
Simonpure British suffragettes Another Anothergreat Anotb Anothgreat t tsreet
great attraction will be Menalkas and his hisGreek hi hiGreek hisGreek
Greek wife and papoose wearing the theflowing theftovtng theflowing
flowing flows of classic Greece Sunny SunnyJim SunnyJim SunnyJim
Jim with 1lh his smile has ha promised to at attend attend attend ¬
tend and so did Big Bill who will be beaccompanied beaceompanled beaccompanied
accompanied by the shades of Theodore Theodoreand Theodoroand Theodoreand
and a drove of white rinoceri There Therewill Therewill Therewill
will be prize many of them ranging rangingfrom ranginrfrom rangingfrom
from J1KWOM down to a corner grocery
store for character masks originality originalityburlesque originalityburleeque originalityburiesque
burlesque comic fancy tnc foolish compli complicated complicated compilcated ¬
cated airy nonsensical J and otherwise otherwiseEverybody otherwl otherwiseEverybody e eEverybody
Everybody has a chance to become fam famous famous ¬
ous tonight tonightGoes tonIKktGoe tonightGoes
Goe Goes to C Celellrntlon CelellrntlonFrom CelebristionFront lel rn < ion ionFrom
From the National Rifles Rift Hall Prince PrinceCarnival PrinceCarnival PrinceCarnival
Carnival will proceed to Old Masonic MasonicTemple MasonicTemple IasonlcTomple
Temple where an equally interesting interestingcompany Intorestingcom interestingcompany
company com pan awaits his fool majesty majost to cEde celebrate cEdebrate colebrate ¬
brate the tenth annual masquerade ball ballof baIlof ballof
of the William Tell Lodge No No5 S L J O OK OK 0K
K K of P PThe PThe
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The Ladles Auxiliary AuxUlar of tho German GermanOrphan GerlMnOrphan GermanOrphan
Orphan Asylum will hold Its regular regularmonthly regu1amonthly i imonth
monthly month I meeting at the Saongerhund SaengerbundHall SaongerhundHall 1 1HaJl
Hall on Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The election of officers of the Ladies LadiesClub Ladl LadlClub LadiesClub
Club of f the Saongerbund which hlch took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place on Friday evening cY nlng resulted as fol follows follows 101lows ¬
lows Mr Mrs Barth Barthel president Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharles MrsCharles
Charles Hick vice president pre ldent Mrs rs A C CHutterly CHutterly CHutterly
Hutterly secretary > Mrs Irs Hannemann Hannemanntreasurer Hannemanntreasurer
treasurer The entertainment committee committeeIF
IF i composed of Mr M Mrs C Hick chairman chairmanMrs chlllnnllnIIrs chairmanMrs
Mrs Hannemann Mrs August Schwarz Schwarzand Schwarzand i iand
and Mrs lrl Thomas Kennelly KennellyKOMMERS Rennel RennelKOMMERS RenneliyKOMMEBS
KOMMERS TTOTS TO GRIEF GRIEFDcnth
of Edward Sunn Is Announced Announcedto nnounettIto
to Turners
Sorrow was written rlttn on every counte countenance countenance countenance ¬
nance at the hall of the Columbia Turn Turnveroin Turn Turnroln Turnveroin
veroin roln yesterday JIdward rid ward Mann nine nineteenyearold nlneteenjear01d nineteenyearold ¬
teenyearold son of E F Mann socre secretary socretary socretary ¬
tary of the society soclet died at Providence ProvidenceHospital ProvidenceHospital ProvidenceHospital
Hospital on Friday Frida after aite an illness of ofonly ofonly ofonly
only a few fo days and this was the cause causeHe causeI causeHe
He attended the Anon masque m squa ball on onMonday onMonday onMonday
I Monday night Afterward Afte ard ho complained complainedof
of not feeling well wellTho wellThe wellThe
The funeral will tfke place this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at 4 oclock ocl k fron Lees undertaking undertakingestablishment undertakingestablishment undertakingestablishment
establishment establishmentThe
The kommers which had ha been an announced announced anflounced ¬
nounced for the turnvereln was turned turnedInto turnedInto turnedinto
Into a memorial serflce and resolutions resolutionsoffering resolutionsoffering resolutionsoffering
offering the parents p rents jheln their sympathy symfith were wereadopted wereadopted ere ereadopted
adopted The tu turnvereln nwein will take part partIn partIn partIn
In the funeral ser se set4lcea rices ce and delegations of ofother ofother
other German locleUos ocletlos will also be bepresent beIIresent bepresent I
present I IOcenn
Ocean Steamship SteamshipNew SteaniiltIpaNew tenl1ulhlpew
New ew York nrk Feb 6trlwd piftd QUedoafe fusm rn Gl file Ghsgow filesow i igow
gow January Jan rr rrArrlvtd 29 29Arrived 21Arrived
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Bailed from foreign f e1 poti pt xte Campania Cam I from Queens Queenstown QueeNton Quermtown
town Baltic from Qjeeost Qe Qecnstoui < rro California CalilcxrnJa from fromMobile fromMoblle ironMobile
Mobile
GALLAUDET MEETS MEETSBIG MEETBIG MEETSBIG
BIG LOSS BY FIRE FIREContinued FIREContlnuetl FIREContinued
Continued from Page One Oneground OnegrOund Oneground
ground around the building was wa covered coveredwith covorodwith coveredwith
with with ice several inches thick The build building buildIng buildog ¬
ing l og was flooded Police reserves re erv under undercommand underoommanrl undercommand
command of Inspector Gessford and soy sevoral IeVoral soyoral
oral captains forced the throng about abouttho abouttho aboutthe
tho bufidlng bu dlng back from the atone l1e of dan danger daDser fanger ¬
ger gerSlate
Slate fell from the roof In quantities quantitiesevery quanUU quanUUevery quantitiesevery
j every few ow minutes endangering the lives livesof livenof
of the firemen remen Richard L I Gotoon oo of ofTruck orTruck ofTruck
Truck No J 1 was struck on the head headby headby beauby
by a pieco plec of falling falUn elate late The missile mlaneeut missilecut mtesllecut
cut through his helmet and made a a gash gashseveral pahleverl gashseveral
several Inches long in the scalp lp Golson Golsonwas GOISOIIwan 1Motl 1Motlwa
was wa removed to Casualty Hospital in an anambulance anambulance anambuiace
ambulance He later went home Sev Several Sevoral Sevoral ¬
oral firemen received minor injuries injuriesStudent Injun8SttUlcutH injuriesStudents
Student Anxist Firemen FiremenThe IfircmcnThe IireiiexiThe
The kitchen of the college was trans transformed traaaformed teensformed ¬
formed Into a a lunchroom where police policemen poltenlen policemen ¬
men and firemen ftrern were w furnished coffee coffeeand cotteeand coffeeand
and sandwiches Every assistance ce w wslven wasgiven was wasgiven
given the firemen rem en by students who whoseemed whocomed whoaeerned
seemed to feel a a personal Interest in the thewelfare thewelare thewelfare
welfare of the Icecoated Are fighters fightersStudents ftahtenStudcn fightersStudents
Students Studcn were much amused when the thewater theAter thewater
water Ater tower stuck In the mud in the theroar theroar therear
roar of the building The Tb horses could not notpull JIOtpull notpull
pull the heavy apparatus from the th mire mireA mireA
A rope was w attached and It required the thostrength UOlUonlth thestrength
strength of fifty firemen lire to drag the thetcwor thewwor thetower
tower to solid ground groundCommissioner groundCommissioner round roundCommlonl
Commissioner Johnston was present prlHtltnd prlHtltndafter and andafter andafter
after the fire was extinguished Inspected Inspectedthe Inspectedthe upeetedthe
the interior In terJor of the th building accompanied accompaniedby
by b Chief Wagner agller and Fire Marshal Mara C CC CC CC
C Nicholson The Commissioner was waspleased wuplMHd waspleased
pleased with the work of the firemen and andcomplimented aadcomplimented andcomplimented
complimented them for for saving the build building butMIn buildlag ¬
lag In < from destruction destructionFire deatrucUonFire
Fire Marshal Nicholson believes beUev the thedamage thedamage thedamage
damage will be about too Three Threequarters Threequarteu Threequarters
quarters of the damage was done to the thebuilding theboUdinI thebuilding
building the remainder to contents Cot College CoIIeP Cotteg ¬
lege teg Building si H is commonly C known knownwas knownwu knownwas
was the first building erected on Kendall KendallGreen Kea411keen KendallGreen
Green when the college was established establishedDr
Dr E M Gallawtot Oailaudet president of the thecollege thecOn thecollege
college cOn Is out of Washington Wuhl hts h duties dutiesbetas duUeabeinc dutiesbeing
betas being performed by Dr E Eo A Fay vice vicepresident vieeprMldent vicepresident
president presidentMuch prMldentMueh presidentMuch
Much praise was w given en the firemen for fortheir tortheir fortheir
their work at the lire The readiness readinesswith rtradiaeuwltb readinesswith
with which they subdued the blase caused causedexpressions cIoxprloM causedexpreadong
expressions of admiration admlrapoa It was real realised naIiMd realhod ¬
ised the fire fighters had a I a difficult prob problem pr prJem probIota ¬
Iota to solve in confining the flames to one oneof oneor oneOr
or the three wings of the building In the theface therace theface
face of the high wind windCommissioner windCOtnmllMoner windCommissioner
Commissioner Johnston was OB the thescene theseene thescene
scene for an hour The college coil officials officialsfeel o odtcislsfeel IetaJsfeel
feel gratified that further loss was wa prevented prevated pre peevented ¬
vented Thirteen or fourteen buildings buildingsconstitute buUdtnpeo buI1dinsconstitute
constitute eo the college group Gallaudet GallaudetCollege GaUucJeleone GalIaudetCollege
College is the only Institution of Its kind kindin dnclIn kindin
in the world There are many Instltu Instltutkma IM Iaetltulions lu luUons
lions which care for the fleaf 4sa but none noneit DOlle DOlleIt noneit
it is said which gives vea them advanced advancededucation advancededucation advancededucation
education educationTRAINED educationTRAINED educationTRAINED
TRAINED NURSE EXPIRES EXPIRESMl EXPIRESMiss
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Mien Bertha Mends e ee daughter of Al Albert Albert Albert ¬
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whom born she he had been living She ShetweatythreeyMrl was wastwentythree wastwentythree
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J J lilton Turner to Speak SpenlcAt SpcnlAt SpeakAt
At Second Baptist Lyceum this after afternoon atternoon afternoon ¬
noon at 330 3 oclock J Milton Turner Turnerwill Turnerwill Turnerwill
will make the principle address J 1 C CDancy CDanc CDancy
Dancy Danc recorder of deeds 1004 will introduce introducethe Introducethe Introducethe
the speaker Those who will participate participateIn
In the programme are Mm Anna Gar Garrctt Garrett Garrett
rett William E Bell and Mr Young YoungLargest YoungLargest YoungLargest
Largest Morning Circulation Circulationi CirculationCHRISTIAN
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MINORITY DIFFERS DIFFERSON DIFFERSON DIFFERSO1i
ON SUBSIDY BILL BILLDemocrats BILLDmnocrats BiLLDemocrats
Democrats Balk l alk at Humphrey Hunlphley Hum iluniplirey ¬
phrey Measure MeasureNOW I 1easureNOW easnre easnreNOW
NOW PLANNING A SUBSTITUTE SUBSTITUTEDoliiiitc SUBSTITUTEDo11nlte SUBSTITUTEDollziite
Doliiiitc Action Outlined nt Special SpeclnlMeeting SIetI1I SpecialJiectitig
I Meeting Icttfn hell Ye Ytterlhl esteruiay teriluy CaneiiKto CnncuKto CaneiiK Ciueusto
to He Cnliert CnllcdUcprcJlcqtnthc Ilepre entntlve Un Undenvood UDderwood tiniervooul
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Motheil to Mercltunt Marine 3lurincTo JlurilleTo MarineTo
To build up the American morubantnuuina morubantUrine morubant merchantmarini
Urine through the old Democratic idea ideaof kI kIot Idcaof
of discriminating MJng tart < duties utiel Instead oC oCsnbddkti oCIe ofesheldica
snbddkti is the plan of o the tb minority of ofthe ortlt8 oftile
the House HouseAt HouseAt houseAt
At the meeting HleUn held yesterday terday it was wasdecided wueetded wasdecided
decided to draw up a substitute betltute for the theHumphreys theHwnphrey theHumphreys
Humphreys bill I and offer it to the tb House HouseA HoQ8eDemocratk IlouseA
A Democratic CI Ctuc cucus MCUS will Ill called within withinthe withinthe withinhe
the t he next week to consider ceneId the proposed proposedsubstitute H1tPOHdlIub8Utute proposedsubstitute
substitute lIub8Ututeronk
Took Snap Judgment JudgmentThe JlldtmentThe JudgiiientThe
The Republicans on the Comnjjtte C Comzitte U of ofMerchant oferehant ofMerchant
Merchant erehant Marina and Fisheries beriH several severaldays severaldays era eraday
days day ago 80 took snap p judgment on the Dem Democratic Democratic Darnocratic ¬
ocratic members 1D8IIJ of the committee and re reported reported reported ¬
ported the Humphreys Humptire Mil to promote promoteAmerican promoteAmerican promoteAmerican
American merchant marine in foreign foreigntrade fOlelrntrade foreigntrade
trade without the additional hearings the theDemocrats theDemocnat8 theDemocrats
Democrats expected they would be al allowed allowed 1 1owsd ¬
lowed i to have before forced to vote on onthe ntbe onthe
the bill billThe billnte billThe
The Humphrey bill provides ell for the thefree thetree thefree
free register of ships ship whose w tonnage t hi himore ismore iimore
more than 2500 fJ gross tons ton and for an anadditional aaadcJiUonal anadditional
additional tonnag tax on foreign ships shipsand sh shand shipsand
and for mail subsidy that will amount to toabout toabout toabout
about 11500000 11500000At UwOOOi 104IOO 104IOOAt
i At the meeting t1D of the Democratic atom members JHIDbfrs atombees ¬
bees of the committee yesterday the mi minority JUlDOrIty nutluority ¬
nority leader Champ Clark and Repre Representative Repretalive ReprolantaUve ¬
sentative talive Underwood of Alabama were wererequested werer wererequested
requested r ueated to confer with them and con consider COIR consider ¬
sider what position they should take takeIt taeeIt takeIt
It was w agreed that the Democrats Democratsshould Democratssbould Democratsshould
should oppose the bit WI largely on account accountof ucountof accountof
of Its subsidy features and on account of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the additional burden placed on Ameri American JmerIcan Amesican ¬
can commerce by the Increased tonnage tonnagetax toaupt8x tonnaget
tax t on foreign fo ships They concluded to tooffer tootter tooffer
offer affirmative legislation as a substi substitute IIUUtute subptitate ¬
tute looking to the building up of the theAmerican tIMAmerJean theAmerican
American merchant marine marineMinority marineMlnorIt marineMinority
Minority MlnorIt Leader Clark Mr S Spfeht t of ofMississippi ofMppt ofMissiasippi
Mississippi the senior Democrat on the thecommittee thecommlt thecommittee
committee commlt and Mr r Underwood of Ala Alabama Alabama Alabarns ¬
barns bama were appointed to draft a subeti subetitute nbItttute substitate
tute Mr Underwood stated last evening eveningthat ev evtMt eveningthat
that he believed the result of their work workwould workould workwould
would ould be a bill that would be satisfactory satisfactoryto
to the Democratic party and to the coun country country coontry ¬
try and that the substitute would be bereported berEpOrted bereported
reported in a fer i days daysHeld cia ciaH8111 dayshell
Held No o Objection ObjectionHe OhJccUnnHe Objectionlie
He said they had no objection to the theclatwe tbecia theclause
clause cia m in the Humphrey bill admitting admittingforeign admittingforeign tttlq tttlqforeiCn
foreign built ships to American register registerfree registerfree er erfree
free ae such legislation would aid in inbringing IaIhlps Inheinging
bringing ships under the American flag flagHe 1IacHe flagHe
He also thought the increased tonnage tonnagetax toonasetax tonnagetax
tax would be a serious burden on Amer American American kmerlean ¬
ican commerce and would hamper hamperrather hamperrather hamperrather
rather than thaaupeod expand our foreign fonl trade tradeand tradeand tradeand
and that the subsidy luid feature of the Hum Humphrey HumpIa Huntphrey ¬
pIa phrey y bill was not only wrong in prin principle pr1DdpLt principte ¬
ciple but was w so small in baaaaoDat amount that thatit thatJt thatIt
it could not possibly a aJrect ect the situation situationat situationMall
at Mall MallThere all allThere
aiLThere
There would only y be a a little more than thantl60Q000 thaJIUJ thanLbOD
UJ tl60Q000 available under the terms t of tb tbHumphrey tIN tINHu theHumphrey
Humphrey aphrey bill Dill and that could accom accomplish aecompliab accounpUsh ¬
pUsh no result In building up our for foreign foreIp forelgu ¬
eign trade Mr Underwood stated that thatin thattu thaihu
in his opinion the real way to restore restoreAmerican restoreAmerican restoreAmerican
American ships to the seas was io fol follow follow iollow ¬
low the principles laid down do by the thefathers thefathers thefathers
fathers of the Democratic party when whenMadison whenMadison wherMadison
Madison advocated discriminating di8erlml alinl tariff tariffduties tarJduties tarifiduties
duties in favor of American ahipsHe snipe snipeHe shipslie
He said such a bill was passed ed at that thattime thattime thattime
time and under its I benign influences our ourshipping oursblpptnc ourshipping
shipping expanded in a way wuthat that It has hasnever haslMWer baanever
never since done doneIt doneIt doneIt
It It would be wise said Mr r Under Underto Underwood Underwood
wood wood to follow this example and the
I Democratic party should offer a substi substitute aub8tlt1fte substitate ¬
tate providing for or a discriminating tariff tariffreducing tarUtreduclntr tariffreducing
reducing the custom duties S per cent of ofthe orthe ofthe
the amount of all duties charged by law lawon JawCID lawon
on all goods imported into the United UnitedStates Unitedat UnitedStates
at States in American Alps 1Ib1 owned by Ameri American American Macelcan ¬
can citizens
dURnUednctlJn
Reduction of Duty DutyThis nnt nntIhls iify iifyThis
This This reduction of duty would not af affect aifeet affeet ¬
feet the tariff < as a the American ship shipowner shipOWher shipowner
owner would raise his freight rate to the theextent theextent
extent of the reduction of duty ut1 as it itwas itwu itwas
was intended that he should receive this thisadditional thisadditional
additional compensation eompena on as a premium to topromote topromote topromote
promote the development of our chipping chippingSMfoetry shippingIndustry lppmg
try SMfoetryThe SMa tryThe IndustryThe
The amount of revenue collected from fromcustoms fromcuetoms
customs would amount to front 13000 U3OdO0to CO 000 000to
to 350 tIOOOO9 oeo a year ear S per cent of this thiswould thiswould thiswould
would amount to from iL 16000000 to H700 H700t UjOOand 11700NS
t NS l and with this advantage advanta < it over the for foreign forsign ¬
sign snip sl p owner the American ship will willbe willbe
be able to shortly control all transporta transportatkm traD8portatloft transportathat
that of American commerce to the ports portsof portsof
of t the 6 world I hope and believe beDe that the theDemocratic
Democratic party will adopt U this propo proposition propowoa propoeWon ¬ I I
sition and stand for the expansion of ofAmerican ofAmeriean ofAmerican
American commerce commerceLITEEAHY comme commeLITERARY commerceLITERARY
LITERARY NOTES NOTESAdmiral NOTESAdmiral NOTESAdmiral
Admiral French Easer Chad C1uMI11ek in inThe inThe inTb
The Tb Relations of the United States and andSpain andSpain
Spain has began a valuable vaJuablehiMtorical vaJuablehiMtoricalaml historical historicaland historicalsud
and reference work ork The present volume volumehas volumebU volumebaa
has the subtitle Diplomacy and traces tracesthe tracesth I IOw
the th course e9Ur e of the negotiations between betweenthe betweenthe
the t e two countries from the Revolution Revolutionto I
to the present time and really traces tracesbuck tracesbuck
buck to their Incipiency the caMel which whichlead whichlead whichlead
I
lead finally to to the war of JIlL It is iswritten iswritten Iswritten
written in scholarly fashion and no nopains nopains
pains arc spared in the research com compilation compilation cornpliatlon ¬
i
pilation or discussion d The writer seems
to have the attributes of the lawyer lawyerand Jayerand lawyerand
and diplomat as well as those of a asailor alatler asailor
sailor and tho tb book will undoubtedly undoubtedlybe
be roeogiiaed r t as s a textbook texlbookCharJes texlbookCharJesSerlbner textbookCharesScribeers Charles CharlesScrbners
Scrbners Sons New X York YorkEach ijW ijWEach rk rkEeh
Each for All and AU for Each is I 8 8study 8study astudy
study of the individual la his h relation relationto
to the social system syttem by John Parsons Parsonsand pl8OnSand Parsonsand
and is labeled 1aJ by the author an s a ahandy ahandr a ahandy
handy volume for study and convenient convenientreference convenientI convenientreference
I reference It is a a close study tooy of th thsubject the thesu1Veet thesuIeet
subject under the heading of The So Social Soetal Soelal ¬
cial System St em Individual Initiative InitiativeDiffusion laltiativoDlffusion nIUaUvoDlffutllon
Diffusion Succession Divergence DivergenceConvergence DfverlenceConversen DivergenceConvergence
Convergence Germination rmtnatlon Corre Correlation Correlatlon Corrolatlon ¬
latlon Grades of Influence Cure of ofHarm ofHarm ofHarm
Harm and other subjects with 1th a con concise concise conelse ¬
cise index and is of great iflt interest at atthis attblll atthin
this time when the social questions and andits andit andits
its connections are so vexing vexln the public publicmind publicmind publicmind
mind and is a rational appearing thoori thoorization thoorlutlon thooriztlon
zation upon the matter rn UfSturris Sturgis < Wal Walton Walton Ytl Ytlton ¬
ton Company Com 8n Now York YorkIn YorkIn YorkIn
In Quantrill and the Border Border Wars WarsWilliam WarsWilliam WarsWilliam
William Elscy El y Connelley has endeavored endeavoredto
to throw throw some new light on a part of ofAmerican orAmeorlcan ofAmerican
American history that has been much muchwritten muchwritten muchwritten
written and talked about It seems that
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guinary doings of that coterie of border borderruiaans bordf1n borderrulUans
ruiaans who terrorized Kansas and Mis Missouri Misuri Mtscurl ¬
souri uri just previous prevl to and during tuj tujcivil tL tLclvU tLtcivil
civil war holding QuantrUl especially espeetallyto up upto upto >
to be the highminded champion of ot a aoppressed aopprlllled aoppressed
oppressed people with motive motives render renderstronger rendr3tIonrer renderel renderelstronger
stronger by his personal per wrongs Su SuIn J11 J11not < n nis
is not the case says Mr Connelley a and anda artaccording no noaccording
a according to his recital of that that8O per personages personages ¬
sonages 8O ei motives and actions he was wasthe wa wathe wathe
the bk bloodiest most treacherous v vmost r 1 1most Imost
most conscience hardened ruffian th thever t Ceeu h hever
ever escaped banging < for foreen even the pres present ptsent preseat ¬
ent writer cannot gainsay the fact that thathe tLatbe thathe
he I received his death wound oancl In opt OfJ1 OfJ1battle opebattle a abattle
battle The writer has gone to consider ¬
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truth In regard r d to those terrible eri erisedes forlsedeIi Cr Crsedan
sedan that earned for Kansas Kan the title titleof tiUbloody t i o oof
of bloody and the book Is quite inter interesting Intf intereating > r rest ¬
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peruse e the circumstances attendant upon upona up upa ru rua
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shoot other men down for the mere merepleasure mtrapJeuure merepleasure
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vations of society promises promea to be divert diverting1 divertIng diverting ¬
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