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2 I THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY MO DAY FEBRUARY FEBRUA tY14 14 1910
SEES ERA OF UNITY UNITYBishop UNITYBishop ll1TYBishop
Bishop Hartzell Comments Commentson
011 Popes Attitude AttitudeDEFENDS A AttitudeDFLFENBS ttitu le leDE
DEFENDS DE NDS FAIRBANKS CONDUCT CONDUCTMethod OONDUCTtJlOdlH
Method MethotIIsj tJlOdlH l rclnte Attribute Ilcccnt IlcccntLlilieuval Uccent1IJheaHnl
Llilieuval FolIowIiiK the tit Aatlcnii AatlcniiKplNOile VutIcx it it1jiIUhle
KplNOile 1 IJhHJlle to Development of Goel GoelInrIJOHc o lH lH1uriioMc
1uriioMc f fur r the Uplift of Iluiiinulty IluiiinultyReligious Ihnunult IhnunultRelhlouH
Religious Llherty 1lhert Interfered AVIth AVIthBiihop VitiaBI8hop
Bishop J C Harwell addres addr sddiesot1 S4lOlI od a large largecongregation lartecongrOSfttton largeeongregt1OU
congregation at the Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EplseoptllChurch
Church in John Marshall place laee yester yesterday yetlterday estr estrday ¬
day on the subject of Gods purpose purposetoward purposetoward puro
toward man The blatoop devotad a por portion portion ¬
tion of his discussion dJecull lo to the Fairbanks FairbanksVatican l1alrbtinksVatican FaIrbanksVattean
Vatican episode episodeThe epl8odeThe
The right rI ht to worship God according to toones toones
ones own conscience concenc ta an Inallanabio Inallanabioright ImdfOftlLbioright
right given of O God d and 1 no human hUM pewor peworbe peWOlbe peworbe
be it t organised church or ehrtl govern government government government ¬
ment can Justly prevent Ita exercise exercisesaid execclilesaid exerce
said the prelate prelateWhen prelateWhen prelate4Vhest
When the head b ul of one of the great t di divisions dl dlvislona dlvisions ¬
visions of the Christian Church in Rome Romethe Romethe Romethe
the other day made the th social recogni recognition roe roeonltion gnltion ¬
tion of former Vice President Fairbanks Fairbanksconditional PlLirbltksondltlonal Fa4rbaksconditional
conditional upon up n his ilz refusal to speak to toa toa
a company of Protestants Prote8lanls in the city of ofRome ofnome
Rome the world was wa stirred Why Whyshould Whyshould Yhyshould
should such a trivial incident as a this at attract attract ¬
tract the attention of the civilised world worldand orld orldand
and why ahould the Protestants so 0 quick quickly ftulckly ¬
ly y and thoroughly tbo tdy resent the act act and aIM the thefriends thetriend
friends r1end of Pope Pius pt X hasten to hta Ja de defense Ie Ieffnse ¬
fenseThe fense
Renlll11 1M Jfnnlft ztitlfcit PI PIThe
The reason Is manifest w WI have havereached bav bavreac
reached reac hed an ae in the development of ofGods C CGods
Gods purpose M for the uplift of ui humanity humanitywhen bumanttwlwn humault
wlwn every act or law even Indirectly Indirectlyinterfering lDdIreeUyint
interfering int rferiD < with religious reI liberty Ibort to at atonce atonce
once condemned condemnedMr eoIIdenuIed1fr
Mr Fairbanks conduct eGII t was eminently eminentlyproper eminentlyproper
proper His HI words GIda were few ie he fully fullyunderstood fullyundenrtood
understood that for him to cancel an en engagement enagement engagement ¬
gagement to ppeak to a company oomJNIJ y of ofProtestants ofProteatU1U1 ofFrotestante
Protestants representing repreen ng the same branch branchof brancbof
of f the church of which which be is himself el a amember amembM
member so that he might ml bt be received by bythe bythe bythe
the Pope would be wrong wro and he simply simplygave simplyIte simplygave
gave Ite testimony to the Divine right of the theindividual theindividual
individual conscience c udee to things thln which are arespiritual arespirttuaJ arespiritual
spiritual spiritualDr spirttuaJDr spiritualDr
Dr Hartzell said Id further turt this question questionof
of II religious liberty lIb < t7 is being bet emblazoned etnblasonedupon emblallOnedupon emblazonedupon
upon the heavens s by the rapid march of ofevents 0tenta
events At th the Evangelical Evaa Alliance in inIxmdon 1ftLondon InLondon
London three years ago < 0 the doctor offered offereda
a resolution to the effect that all Protest Protestant Prote8tant Protestant ¬
ant nations unite in asking ukln all Greek Greekand GreekII Greektind
and II nd Roman nations to give ivs the stuns snmereligious anmert stunsreligious
religious rt > Ugloua liberty to Protestants Prot lItI under undertheir uDdertheir undertheir
their nag that their people enjoy under underth undert underthf
th t thf ht nags 1Iap of the Protestant nations nationsIlesoIutJon natJonane nadotsResolution
Resolution ne mllltlon tRs Vnt ao Adopted AdoptedThe Aehltcc1The t1OltC4lTh
The Th resoltton was adopted and sent at to tothe tothe tothe
the secretaries of state of all Protestant Protestantgovernments ProtMtantgoernmenta Protestantgovernments
governments He said the advance of ofreligious ofreligious ofreligious
religious liberty is remarkable the thestrongholds thestrongboldl thetronghoIda
strongholds of even Mohammedanism are arebeing arebeing arebeing
being revolutionised revolutionisedAs
As A s an indication of the triumph of ofGods ofGods ofods
Gods ods purpose the bishop spoke of the thespirit thepirlt thespirit
spirit pirlt of unity and cooperation among amongHll IUIIOftgi11l amongr
r Hll Christian churches of the attitude of ofstatesmen oftaesmen
statesmen ta 8men and diplomats and of the thefntitl sci scientific sdntiflc ¬
entific < work toward the Christian Christiani Christianhurch
i hurches h hurch and its movement movementlie mov movHe novsmsntlie
lie spoke especially of the coming world worldmissionary worldmissIonary worldmissionary
missionary conference conlf consrenc to be held in InEdlnhur InEdinburgh I IKdinburgh
Edinburgh Edlnhur b and enlarged upon the mar marvelous IlMirwlous marlous ¬
velous lous missionary era into which the theChristian thehr1stlan thehrlstian
Christian church has come comeC comeC comeC
C E SOCIETIES HEAR LEHMAN LEHMANDistrict LEHMANUh4trfct LEHMAN1istrlci
District Union Officers Accompany Accompanythe Accolupanthe cooIl11n cooIl11nthe
the Intewtnte Field Secretary SecretaryBeginning Seretnr SeretnrBeginning Secretaryfleginning
Beginning last night at 630 > oclock In Interstate Interstate Interstate
terstate Christian Endeavor Field Secre Secretary ereta Secretary ¬
tary ta ry Lehman accompanied aocom anltd by District DistrictTnion DlstrlctTuion DistrictIiiion
Tnion officers o l n delivered brief addresses addressesto
to the Young you Peoples societies of Fourth FourthPresbyterian fourthIr FourthPresbyterian
Presbyterian Ir sbyterian Mount Pleasant l > Congre Congrexational Congreationa CongreatiunaI
xational ationa Immanuel Baptist First Bap Baptist Baptist BapliSt ¬
tist and GumonTempie Presbyterian Presbyteriani Presbyterianhurches
i lh hurches hurchesAt hurchesAt urcheA
At A t the evening evenh service of the Eastern EasternPr EaternPrfshyterJan EasternIrsbyterIan
Pr PrfshyterJan sbyterian Church Mr Lehman spoke spokeTI spoketo
TI a large 1a e congregation of young people peopleThis peopleThis peopleThis
This meeting was followed by a con conference confrrence confrrenee ¬
ference at Ninth Street Christian Church Churchwhere Churcbwhere Churchwhere
where the Sunday school room was filled Jiltedby filledhy filledby
by young ouD < people from the societies of ofKellar orKfllar ofKellar
Kellar Memorial Lutheran Luther Ingram I 3ram Me Memorial Memorial Mernorial ¬
morial Congregational Co onal Eastern Presby Presbyterian PresbyitrIan ¬
terian 1 ria n and Nlntth Street Christian Christianx ChUaRchurches
x churches churchesThe hurchesThe ii urchesThe
The jolliest good time Ive had for formany formany formany
many a day Mr 1r Lehman characterized characterisedthe
the junior rally conducted eon ueted by the junior juniordepartment juniordepartment juniordepartment
department of the Christian Endeavor EndeavorTnion EncJvorT EndeavorTnIon
Tnion T nlon at Calvary Baptist Church yester yesterilay yeeterlay yesterlay
lay afternoon Hundreds of enthusiastic enthusiasticKndeavor enLhWllAstlcEndeavor enthusiasticEndeavor
Endeavor girls r18 and boys gathered thered under underthe undert underthe
the t he leadership Jfade hlp of the Junior superintend superintendents eupei1ntendnts superintendunts ¬
ents nts of the District for the annual rally rallyFRIENDS rallyFRIENDS rallyFRIENDS
FRIENDS LOYAL TO ALLDS ALLDSSenator ALLDSenRtor ALLDSSenator
Senator Accused ccu ecl of llrlliery I1riher ICxncctfl ICxncctflto RXIJCC Cxiitc1to I Ito
to lie Bxoiierntcd BxoiierntcdNorwich IDxoneln lllxoiierateINorwich t cel celXonictI
Norwich N Y Feb 11 13senator Senator AHds AHdsi AIM I I1i4
i 114 at his home here over the week Jn Jnattendance Inttendance iv L Lattendance
attendance upon his aged a ed mother who whoill is isill h I Iill
ill From his manner the senator appears appearsbut aPP8flrshut I Inut
but little disturbed over r the outcome oU e of ofthe ofthe ol r rthE
the investigation investl tion at Albany and seeme seemeunndent HeJmlunftdent seenuonfldent
< unndent that he will m be completely ex exonerateu ex1nratfIjA extnErate
onerateu of the serious rtou charge laid ai aihis athis ni nihis
his door by Senator Conger CongerHis ConSftHb Congerlilt
His friends throughout the county ir irrespective Irlesptcttve lrrespoctive ¬
respective of party lines are moat loyal loyalin loy I In
in n their support and are re firm in their be belief lW lWff btief ¬
lief ff that his integrity will be clearly es established l15 l15tal est1bIihed ¬
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ARRAIGNS BOTH B 0 T H RELIGIONS RELIGIONSRev RELI G I 0 N S SRev
Rev Willard A Colcord at the Church of the Advent AdventSpeaks AdventSpeaks AdventSpeaks
Speaks on Catholics and Protestants
Not ot In Homo only was the text of ofa ofsermOn ofsermon
a I sermon delivered deHr tl by Rev Willaid A AColoord J JColcord Aoloord
Ih Coloord C IC at the Church of the Advent Adventhist Adventint AdventJM
hist JM h int t night He arraigned CaUioH Catholic and andProtostant ROOProto androtestant
Protostant Proto P tnllt faith alike llke on the charge of ofreligious orreligious ofeligious
religious r intolerance intoleranceIn
In support of his hili accusation against againstthe analaste plnstthe
the th e Catholic < Church the pastor referred referredto rofrredto
to t o tho Fairbanks Incident and nd cited the thecase tilecaae theesse
case of King Henry VI who was do dopoeod dopotiQCl doored
poeod p ored by Pope Gregory and who de denounced de denonnead doouneod ¬
nounced n excommunication and the in interdict Snterdlet Inerdict ¬
terdict t as evils evileRev evilsRev 118 118Ro
Rev Ro Colcord directed the Ut attention of ofhis ofhis ofis
his h is auditors to the similar tendency of ofthe orthe otthe
the Protestant Churches Chureb in n America mtrtcft re referring re referring reerring ¬
ferring f chlajly to the National I Reformers Reformersand RetormorsaftCI Reformersnd
and a nd Methodists Metbodsti Ho said saidThey kidThey k1 k1They
They have IAVO not only attempted to In Inforco Inforco Inorco
forco f orco their intolerance In the Unlti1tates Unitffl UnitfflStates UnlttdStatll
States S tates but have tried to dictate to thfe thfeCanadian t tCaaadian th thanadian
Canadian C government what coursft It
should pursue When the Canadian Par Parliament PArliament ParIlament ¬
liament had under consideration tho thoLords thoLords theLorda
Lords day da act the Methodist Alumni AlumniConference AlumnlConference AlumniConference
Conference passed a resolution which was wasIntended wasIntended wonIntended
Intended to prevent that body from ex exempting exempting exempting ¬
empting Seventhday Adventists and Jews Jewsfrom Jewstrom Jewofrom
from the compulsory compul ory observance of Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day So anxious were they to enforce enforcetheir enforcethetr enforcetheir
their intolerance that they hastened their theirresolution theirro theirresolution
resolution ro to Montreal by telegraph telegraphThen telesraphTbon telegraphThen
Then Mr Ir Colcord came nearer home homeIn homeIn homeIn
In the Methodist Chiiroh not twelve twelveblocks twelveblock twelveblocks
blocks from this spot ho said the theminister themlnlltor theminister
minister referred to our church in these theseterms tl1680terms theseterms
terms This devil spaun of perdition has hasbuilt hWibuilt hasbuilt
built Its nest out at Takoma Park And Andwhy AmIwhy Andwhy
why were we called devil On spaun of per perdition perdltlon perditlon ¬
dition Because wo do 10 not believe It con consistent consistent consintent ¬
sistent with ideas of religious liberty Ilbertyto Ilbertytoforce to toforce toforce
force any anyone one to worship God In a man manner mllnnor roannor ¬
nor which is not In accordance with his hisbeilaf hi hibeUoC IrIsbelief
belief r
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B BISHOP CRANSTON GETS DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS MISSIONSAPPLAUSE MISSIONSAPPLAUSE MISSIONSAPPLAUSE
APPLAUSE FOR DEFENSE POINTS osro TO ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTCon ROOSEVELTContlJluc1 ROOSEVELTContinued
Continued Con tinned from I In Inge nRe e One Contiiined from InK One
fensively fen f tvely of the church for the contrary contrarys
is I s true tr as S witness w tlte8B his r nhllc bile utterances uUeraneeverywhere ultHances ultHancesterywhefo
everywhere terywhefo But a reason rN OI1 a reason reasonwhat roalOnhat reasonhat
what w hat cause caU why wh did the holy father fatheratone fatheralono
atone a lone of all the princes and potentates potentatesof
of o f AsiA and Europe reverse himself hltnlt lt and andoffer andotrer
offer o ffer indignity to an American whom he hebad hebad
bad b ad already declared worthy of honor honorLet honorLet
Let him speak for himself and let letthree letthree lethree
three t or four archbishops arehbl hope including Ineludl the theone theOfte thene
one O ne styled papal legate interpret for forhim rorhim forim
him h im observe and listen All fingers ftn rs point pointone pointone pointne
one o ne way wa ail the t voices harmonize in one oneoutburst oneQIItburt
outburst u of wrathful objurgation The TheAngers Thean
Angers an fi ngers en point to a great reat building bulldln in the theheart theheart
heart h eart of Rome Th The voices cry in con concert eoncut ¬
cert c ert something that sounds sou like perni pcrnidoue pernieJoM pernilone
doue c lone heretics wicked propaganda vile vileslanderers vUehutderer
slanderers s dishonorable proselyters proselytersbribers proeelylenbribers proselytersbribers
bribers of the poor Great care is istaken hitaken Istaken
taken to protect Mr rr Fairbanks He Hepoor Hepoor Heool
poor p ool innocent did not know what he did didStill didStill didtill
Still S till more earnest the protest that the theMethodist theIethodlst theMethodist
Methodist Church of America te not ar arraigned arnllMd arreigned ¬
reigned a as 8 a party to the wickedn wickednthat wIckedness or orthat ofhat
that t hat Methodist association in Rome RomeAMNnmptlnn RomeA1Umml1t1on Rometnnuniptloir
AMNnmptlnn Lnvucit Inn llt Asset AssetThink ANctThI
Think ThI k of that brave little litti company of ofdevoted ofdeYOted ofdevoted
devoted men and women on the hottest hottesttiring
tiring l line of any missionary frontier to today to tocla7 today ¬
day being betn abandoned under such an at attack attaek atack ¬
tack t as this th What words of scorn could couldbum couldburn couldburn
burn deep enough to brand eternally eternallyAmerican eternallyAmlcan eternallyAmerican
American Methodists with the infamy infamythey Intamythey Infamythey
they would incur I know not which hi hithe Ifi1the isthe
the more astounding evidence of waning waningwisdom waningwisdomthe nlRt nlRtwlldomt1H
wisdom wlldomt1H the hurling hurl of o all the power or of ofthe oftte ofthe
the Vatican in Italy reenforced by the thehigh thehih thehigh
high prelates of Rome in America lMrtea against againstthat apln8tthat a2ln5tthat
that little isolated 1 company of Protestant Protestantmissionaries ProtntantmlulorlM ProtestantmissIonarIes
missionaries or th the aspersion n of Ameri American American Amidcan ¬
can intelligence and American courage eourae in inthe 1ftthe
the assumption that the American church churchand churchIlBd churchand
and people would abandon them to their thenfate theirfate theirfate
fate fate not daring to denounce the attack attackand attackand attackand
and to resent the aspersion But as assumption a asumption assumption ¬
sumption is Romes Rome largest eet asset assetHas aaeLUN asseLIas
Has Ias not the Vatican Vat itself answered answeredin nawereeIn
in language Ia e that cannot be vmistnter vmistnterpreted mt misinterpretedway tnter tnterpreted
preted pretedway way Y Protestant Prottant missions ml in Italy Italyfor ItalyPOI ItalyPor
for Hfye coi of iKiiomitt JfJlorttJltThe ignrnhztThe iKiiomittThe
The reporter is an artist rtJat Heading a apaper ajper
paper one can see the papal legate lepteto leptetothe legatetothe to tothe
the United States government emment Shall It Itever Itever
ever be with 1th a a query of dreamy wonder wonderon GlIderon
on his placid face as he says for the eyes eyesof eyesof eyesof
of the ignorant nt to read Why dont the theMethodists tIMMethodists theMethodists
Methodists go to heathen h countries and andthen auadthen andthen
then then as if after deep de p reflection I won wonder wonder wondec ¬
der why they dont instead of trying to toproselyte toprORJyte toproselyte
proselyte the holy fathers little ones onesOne onaOne onesOne
One in my position today is tempted to touse tousehan1 touse
use usehan1 hard words under such provocation provocationThese prooc provocationThese tJon tJonTheee
These Italians do 10 not know Americans AmericansBut AmericanaBut AmericansBut
But a final word as to proselyting It Itcannot ItClInot Itcannot
cannot be denied for I have it from the theofficial theomcial theofficial
official record that the Pauttst Fathers Fathersare Fathersn Fathersare
are n a body organized for the purpose pur of ofmissions ofns ofmissions
missions ns to nonCatholics nonCa thoUcs in America AmericaThey AmerlcTltey AmericaThey
They have held 1600 missions and gained gainedover pinedover gainedover
over COM converts conv b besides asides bringing brt g un under under undcc ¬
der instruction tt IK9 Z3t0 fO to be confirmed confirmedlater conftrmedlater confirmedlater
later and these missions admit Catholics Catholicsit
it is mid only when accompanied by byProtestant byProteatant8 byProtestants
Protestant Proteatant8The ProtestantsThe ProtestantThe
The pot is blacker than the kettle kettlethe kettlethe kettlethe
the cardinal c rdlnal and bishops b18ho of America and andthe andth andthe
the Pope all U sanction this movement movementWe movementre movemeulWe
We re do not complain of it but why ouch aucha
a noise e about our powerful propaganda propagandaof prOpRSA ooa ooaof
of a half dozen do n missionaries in Rome Romeand RomeAnd Romeand
and Italy And poor Cardinal Gibbons Gibbonsthe Gibbonsthe Gibbonsthe
the good old man how he got t his Vat Vatican Vatican Vatlean ¬
ican friends excited when he spoke well wellof wellof wellof
of the American idea Id > separation raUOn of ofchurch oCChurcb ol olchurch
church and state tate The organ of the Vat Vatican VatJean VatScan ¬
Jean made short work of that doctrine doctrineami doctrineand doctrineand
and the cardinal cut his visit vl at short short as asthe uthe nuu
the u story goes goesCOMMITTEE go8SC01rIMITTEE
COMMITTEE SEES HUGHES HUGHESAllils HUGHESAlldH HUGIESAlIils
Allils Cast Incidentally Ineldlutnll Dl DlMetltcII cn ed nt ntConference ntCnf niConference
Conference ConferenceNew Cnf ConferenceNew reuce reuceNew
New York Feb 13 11At At the Hotel Astor Astorthis Aitorthis Astorthis
this morning Gov Hughes met President PresidentLloyd PrMldentLloyd PreoldeniLloyd
Lloyd C Griscom Gr Kom of the Republican Republicancounty Republlcancounty I Icounty
county committee and the members of ofthe ortho 01 01the
the subcommittee of the rounty commit committee committee committee ¬
tee tee who were appointed a week ago a o to toconsider tocolWlder tcconsider
consider what could lie h done in the way wayof wayof W Wof
of support of the governors ovrrnors policies policiesNo poUcfNo policiesNo
No formal announcement was a made as asto uto sito
to the results re of the deliberatipn Mr MrGriscom MrGriecom ltrGriscom
Griscom said that he regretted very much muchthat muchthAt I Ithat
that It had been made to appear that thatSenator thatSenator thaiSenator
Senator Depew Speaker Wadsworth and andTimothy andTimothy n I ITimothy
Timothy L L Woodruff W OOflrulI were ere opposed to a athorough athorouh n I Ithorough
thorough airing Allin of acts in connection connectionwith connectiontUh I Iwith
with the ADds AJkl hearing at Albany He Hesaid Hesaid r rsaid
said Messrs lle Iegsrs llrl Depew Wadsworth WadsworthVoodruff Va worth and andWoodruff AndWoodrutr
Woodruff were just as much agreed eed as asanybody ASanrbody a aanybody
anybody on going to the bottom bottomASKS bottomASKS bottomASKS
ASKS JUDGE TO HANG HUBBY HUBBYIrnte HUBBYIrnte HUBBY1mb
Irnte 1mb Wife VIfe UI Tries to o Slap Ilival in inCourt InConrt Ii IiCourt
Court Room ItnoniNew UoomNew RoomNew
New York Feb 13 13l1rs Mrs Mabel Pabst Pabstwife Pabstwife Pabstwife
wife of a mechanical engineer was In Ina Ina Ir Ira
a bitter mood today In the Manhattan Manhattanavenue Manhattanavenue Manhattaravenue
avenue Police Court when her husband husbandand husbanand
and Mrs Annie Webb rebb were arraigned arraignedThey arralbJleclThey arraignedThey
They were arrested arrest d Saturday evening in inthe ii iithe
the Pabst house houseMrs house1Irs houseMrs
Mrs Pabst tried to strike herrlval In Incourt incourt Ir Ircourt
court but a policeman interTBFred Then ThenMrs ThfnMrs ThorMrs
Mrs Pabst turned toward On1lrd her husband husbandand lIsOandI krsbanndand
I and after danoimclng him asked the themagistrate Utei tj tjmagistrate
i magistrate t tsontd r end him to prison pri on at once onceand onCeand onc oncand
and for a long lOngtIme lOngtImeYounro time timeYou timeYou
You Younro are acting eUn as if you want to hang hanghim hanghim c chim
him said the magistrate m g tnue to the woman womanYee womanYes womanYes
Yes you can bane him 111 right away awayexclaimed awayexcJalQ1ed awayexclaimed
exclaimed Mrs Pabst PabstAlly PabilLI PabstAll1
Ally I advertising conimcts made J by The TheWashington TinWab1ngton fhea
Washington a ti ton Herald are based b 8td upon its itsbona itsbona It Itbona
bona Ada 1ltI circulation cJrevIaUonalr circulationa a circulation ultion in inWashington InWnFbhgton Ii IiWashington
Washington larger arger by b thousand than thanwas thanwas thaiwas
was ever before attained by any an morning morningnewspaper morningnpwspaper morniwnewspaper
newspaper at the Capital Its books are areopen areopen an anopen
open
S ls
began h ogan pn to crawl era wI up the sacra scala in inRome InRnme Inoths
Rome R oths and paused half way up over overwhelmed 001whelmed ¬
whelmed with the conviction that such suchefforts uehetrorta suchfforts
efforts e were absolutely unavailing with withreference withretoronce
reference r to solving the problem of in individual Inlvidual ¬
dividual d salvation and spiritual cleansing cleansingho
ho h o little dreamed he was setting s ttlnJ in mo motion motion moiori ¬
tion t iori a reform reformo a veritable tidal wave wavewhich wa6 wa6which wavewhich
which would 01141 swoop Over the globe globeWhon globouWhoft globeWhen
When Mr Fairbanks an honored honoredAmerican < 1 1Am
American Am rlcan citizen cltll n a Christian of the theMethodist UteIethodt
Methodist school visited vt the same his historic h htone hisonic ¬
tone t metropsJH he he too little 1ItU thought thoughtthat thou thoughthat t tthAt
that t hat visit 1t would OUkt be used by Providence Providenceto
to t o quicken the pulse of Protestantism Protestantismand
and a nd cause millions of believers to stand standmore standBlors standmere
more firmly and determinedly determln dl for the thefaith lJtlfAitb theaith
faith f aith once and for all delivered unto the thessJnts theMInts themints
MInts ssJntsThere MIntsThere
There Is I a sense in which I am sorry sofryfor sorryor rr7 rr7tor
for or the Vatican exile Th Tho visit Islt of Mr MrFairbanks MrFairbank MrFairbanks
Fairbanks the Methodist need have havecaused havecaused havecaused
caused no embarrassment to the Pope PopeThere Po PoThere Pop PopThere
There really real was no dilemma Into which whichhe whlohhe whichhe
he was thrown throVn Had he received Mr MrFairbanks MrPatrb MrFalrboaks
Fairbanks Patrb nks regardless r < 8ldJess of his proposed ad address addrau adress ¬
dress d ress to the little UttJ handful of Methodists Methodistswao Methodistswho Iethodlt Iethodltwbo
wao who have ha pitched their tent close to the theVatican thtVatican theVatican
Vatican and an seem quite Inclined to stay staythere stayth8r stayhere
there th8r t his hl position would have been dig disjnified dt5nl digaided
aided nl ed and consistent with himself himselfSNOW hlmseltSNOW
SNOW BRINGS A DROUGHT DROUGHTCoke
Coke and Steel Ovens Forced to toClose t tClose toClose
Close in Pittsburg Pittsburgtnllronds 9 9Ilnllrniid
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ounlr oUIII Hnmpered mill Many Are AreThrovrn AreThroTn AreThrown
Thrown Out of Work WorkPittstrorjf WorkPlttaburg orc orcPlttabu
Pittstrorjf Plttabu Feb 13 13In In spite of f snow snowL snowfrom pot
from L one o to three feet deep in Western WesternPenneyWanla YosternPn6 VesterrPesnoytIajila I
PenneyWanla Pn6 the big bI industrial Indu trtl district districtof dttrtclof L Lof
of Pfttsburg pttt8bur hi suffering suaerln for need of ofwater eCwater ol olwtCr
water Orders were today given that thatthousands thatthoulids thaithousands
thousands of coke ovens which havo been beenrunning Menrunnl I Irunning
running runnl for weeks be shut down During Duringthe Duringthe Durinithe
the week several thousand were shut shutdown shutdown shuldown
down It was estimated at t the last of ofthe oftbe ol olthe
the week eek that onesixth of the Independ Independent htdopenent Indepondeat ¬
ent ovens had already aJread boon closed and andonesixth aRCIonetxth am amonesixth
onesixth of the Steel Corporation ovens ovenswere ovenswere evemwere
were not running runningThe runningThe runningThe
The Plttaburg mill district dl trJct is suffering sufferingbadly sufferinibdly > ulfertn I IlMldly
badly from low water in rivers from Cr m mwhich I
which their supplies are drawn In many manyeases manscases P IP 1 1eues
eases water has fajlen faicn below the intake intakepipes Intakipipes i
pipes through which water is taken to the thebig theibI I Ibig
big bI mills and in other cases water taken takento takento r rto
to the mills Is so filled with sediment and andacids andAdds an I IacIdg
acids that it Is dangerous to boilers The ThePittsburg Tbepttt8 Th r rI1ttzbuj
Pittsburg pttt8 I1ttzbuj zy Railways R Company is suffering sufferingseverely suffOllngeverll sufforiniseverely
severely everll from the lack of water waterA waterA waterA
A great snowstorm called all their re reservo re relor reserVO
servo lor electric power into play pIn and andthrough anithrou am amthrough
through throu h lack of water the company has hasbeen 1ia S Sbeen 1
been unable to generate the necessary necessaryadditional necetSaryaukHtlonal necenanr necenanradditional
additional power It has been estimated estimatedthat esUmatOl1that estlmatcsthat
that 38000 000 horsepower Is l needed to move movethe moveth nov L Lthe
the th trolley cars of Plttsburg and the ad additional addition addttlonal ¬
ditional snow plows and heavier hauHnp hauHnpIncreased hauHn hauHnIncreased r rincreased
Increased the demands to 40031 40 horse horsepower horsepower horsepower ¬
power but owing to a very ory low stage of ofwater orwater o f fwater
water in the rivers the street car people peoplewere peoplewue S Swere
were unable to raise this power p quickly quicklywhen qUlckbwhen quIckl quIcklwhen
when wanted wantedToday wantedToclay wantedToday
Today the street car lines had to cut cutthrough cutthrough cu t tthrough
through drifts ten feet deep in some someplaces 50mcplaces S Splaces
places
How Pnt Wn Was Vall Impremted ImpremtedPro Iml1rellllcc1Ia
Ia Pro tte Ladies Home H J JeoIvul JeoIvulWat JvunalVa0 unul unulWas
Was the sermon today to yr liking likingPat UklngPat likingPat
Pat r inquired the priest priestTroth prloatTroth priestTroth
Troth yr rlverence It was a grand grandsermon grandlernMH gram gramunnail
sermon intirely ntfre1 said Pat with genuine genuineadmiration gonulneadmlnttion gonulniadmiration
admiration admirationWhat admlnttionWhat admirationWhat
What seemed to take hold holito of f ye e the thepriest thepriest tin t tprIest
priest inquired inquiredWell InquiredVeil InquiredVeIi
Well now as ye e are for axln me be bogorra begorra j jgorra
gorra Ill tell ye What tukhoult tule hoult of me memost memoat in t tmost
most was yr r rlveronces perseverance porseverancethe parseerancethe perseverancethe
the way ye e wlnt over the same thing agin aginand aglnaOO I Iand
and agin anl an 1 agin aginA aglnI aginA
I A Mnchiiinrrleil Lady ImdyFnmPM IJnclyJn Ladylsa
FnmPM FnmPMI Jn 1 Iu IuI
I want a license to marry the beat beatgirl hosti boo t tgirl
i girl in the world saW the young oun man manSure JftnnI manSure
Sure commented the clerk that thatmakes tbatmakos tha t tmakes
I makes son 1300 13 l3 O licenses for f r that girl thin thi iea ieaCnpltnl ea eaI eaI eason
I
I Capital and Surplus 2200000 2200000Ary 2200000AI7Incomeyielding 22000002ut4iL
2ut4iL 2ut4iLAi
Ary AI7Incomeyielding Ai Incomeyielding
B Bank ink nk Account Accounti
i 4 an incentive to the accumula accumulation accumulatr accumulation ¬
tion tr m of wealth Banking dept of ofttifc ofth ofth
ttifc th company pays interest on all allaccounts allaccotr allaccotiuts
accounts accotr ts Under U S Treasury
supervision supervisionSnfc superv supervsjon supervsjonSafe sion sionSnfe
Safe Deposit nlbo t Boxes
rented reut
v 5 yr r up upUnon UIJUn upUnon
Unon Un on Trust Co
EDAhD EDWA m J Jlbtit STELLWAGEN > p rrsifcnt rrsifcntitJth sitknt
itJth 1tJUt nUll II Stu X y
BISHOP STEALS MARCH MARCHTAXES MARCHTAXES MARCHTAES
TAXES TAXES IN COLLEGE PARK PAEKContinued PARKContJntze PARKContInhIel
Continued front Pnjce On OnWhat Otto OttoWhat
What I saw of College Park P 1rk Impressed Impressedmo
mo favorably ho said Tomorrow Tomorrowaft Tomorrowafternoon aft afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon I will go over the grounds with a acommlttte aQommlUee aconimittee
commlttte many m ny of whom are army offi officers omcor 0111cers ¬
cers Interested In the subject of aviation aviationOthers avIationOthers aviationOthers
Others of tho party will Include promi prominent prominent promlfont ¬
nent officials o of Washington and Balti Baltimore Da1tlmoro Ilaltlmore ¬
more The Th visit Islt will enable us to get a abettor abettor ahotter
bettor Idea of the advantage of the park parkI
I shall be hettetr able to Judge then thenAfter thunAfter thenAfter
After whirling through Potomac Park ParkMr ParkMr ParkMr
Mr Bishop said aah1It It it would mako the flnft flnftplace I1nf 11nttplace t tplnco
place for an aviation meet In tho country countryIf
If It were about live times as large largeIt largoIt largeIt
It is entirely too small to hold the thecrowds theerowl1a thecrowds
crowds who would surely attend he hesaid ht1said liesaid
said
Ilcf HcfDNcct lifted in Talk TalkPresident TnlkPr08ldnt TalkPresident
President Bishop has steadfastly re refused rErUled refused ¬
fused to commit himself In regard to the therivalry tlterhaJry therivalry
rivalry between New York Washington Washingtonand Waahlngtinami Vaahlngtnnanel
and Baltimore as the scene of the big bigmoot bignloet bigmoot
moot At the banquet In Baltimore Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday night the th question was 8 put up to tohim tohim tohim
him squarely but he h skillfully side sidestepped aldeteppecl sidestepped ¬
stepped > declaring ho could cou say y nothing nothinguntil nothinguntil nothinguntil
until he had inspected College Park care carefully Ctirefully carefully ¬
fully fullyArdent fullyArdent fullyArdent
Ardent devotees of the gentle enUs art of ofsoaring otrlng
soaring rlng will exert ovory Very possible effort effortto effortto effortto
to make him say something definite deftnltotore be before before ¬
fore he leaves Washington and the thewill thH thHwtll tkeiwill
will have plenty of opportunities as be bewill 110wIU bewill
will be called upon to speak > several severaltimes Bonn BonnUmy severalimes
times timesA UmyA t imesA
A luncheon at the Commercial Club and anddinner an4dinner andinner
dinner d tonight at the residence of ofCharles ofCharlet ofCharles
Charles J Bell In n Connecticut G nneeUcut avenue avenueand aftnueand avenuend
and a nd a reception and luncheon tomorrow tomorrowat
at a t noon at the Chamber of Commerce Commercewill Commercewill
will 111 be the entertainment features of his hisUpon h18UPon hisUpon
Upon UPon his arrival this morning morn1n President PresidentBishop PrealcltntBI PresidentBishop
Bishop BI hop will be taken to the Cosmos C 8mCMJ Club ClubFrom ClubFrottt ClubPsors
From ther thera the following < committee will willescort willeeeort willscort
escort e him to the White House Gen Nel Nelson NelIGn Nelon ¬
son s on A Miles 1111 Dr Alexander Graham Bell BellThomas BellThomu BellThomas
Thomas Notion Pag Page Herbert W Wade Wadeworth Wedsworth d dworth
worth and Thomas Tbom F Walsh WalshTho Wal WalTho WalshThe
Tho most telling arguments which hlflJ will willbe willho wUlbe
be brought to bear upon Mr Bishop wW wWbo willbe ill illbo
bo that an aviation meet at College CollegePark CoU88tlPark CollegePark
Park will draw from a a population of 11 11MMM 11 11JeOpkt Uj
MMM j people and that tho climate wilt wfllalow wmI wiltlow
low I s just twice as much aetna aet flying ft7lqduriRS hero bsrtduring heroduring
during a given tven time as in New York YorkPOISONED T YorkPOISONED or1t or1tPOISONED
POISONED BY GAS GASWoman GASPonmn GASWomna
Woman Ponmn UncoimclonM for Hours In a aCloned ItClollec1 aClo041
Cloned Room RoomMrs RoomHtUo flonitiMrs
Mrs Hattie Morrison fortyfive years yearsold n nokl yearold
old a widow was taken to Emergency KmergeaeyHospital Eme EmeHOQItal Emergencylttal
Hospital about 1136 oclock last night nightfrom alktfrom n1Ist n1Isttram
from her apartment 4X 4 Warner street streetnorthwest uefiaorUtwcat streetnorthwest
northwest in a critical crl eat oonditton alter atsrlying alterlying alterying
lying l for more than eighteen R hours In a aroom Aroom ame
room me filled with llhmUMitsjg IUutataattagD gas gasBut gasBut
But D for Alexander Ramsey who lives in inthe Inthe Inthe
the apartment Just billow Mrs Morri Morrisons lomJOn orrI orrIsons ¬
sons JOn she b would have bees asphyxiated asphyxiatedRamsey upby aaphyxtaiedRamsey > 1ated 1atedRameey
Ramsey told the police he heard groan groanfrom J1OIIMIf grosnfrom
from If the rooms above as he dropped off offto 0to o oto
to steep hep eep early Mrl Sunday morning All yes yesterday y ytlday yestirday ¬
terday the apartment above was quiet quietbat quttbat quietbut
bat test nigth D th ha heard mulled mu led moans moansand moMSaM moansand
and discovered C that Mrs rs Morrisons Xornonadoor Xornonadoor1oclI8d door doorwas doorU
was U locked though tho a light was wuin shining shiningin hlnin hlninIn
in the kitchen kitchenHe kttchenHe kitchenl
He l Te reported to the fcfeht bt precinct predaettion eta station etation ¬
tion and wh when n the polios arrived arrt arriv the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door was U forced open Mrs Morrison Morrisonwas Mot1I8oaW8 Morrisoswas
was lying 1ytn across a table A gas Jet jetturned was wasturned wasturned
turned on and in the next room with the thedoor thedoor thethiOr
door closed eloMdJ a light was wa burning There Therewas T1tenwas Therewas
was no indication of an attempt at atelde set suicide setdie ¬
die Early arIy this morning morfti it was believed believedthe beUeftdtM bdusvedthe
the woman would die dieHARVEST d dHARVEST 4kHARVEST
HARVEST CUSTOMS CUSTOMSQuaint CUSTO CUSTOMSQuaint rS rSQonlnt
Quaint Corcmonicft CerernonlcsinHngland in England When Whenthe Whenthe Phen Phenthe
the Grain Is Gnmcrcd GnmcrcdIn nrJtercdIn nrncredIn
In many places there are curtdus and andquaint andqUaint I Iquaint
quaint customs connected oonn tfd with lOt the gath gathering ptherlng gathwing ¬
wing in of harvest They ail bear a cer certain certaln ccvtam ¬
tain tam resemblance r blance to eech oilier but havedtffere3t have havedifferent bay baydtttereJt
different designations says the London LondonAnswers LondonMwen LondosWhen
Answers AnswersWhen Mwen MwenPben
When Pben the last shock of corn on the thefarm 0farm h hfarm
farm bis It kabeencutlnDevonshreacryb been cut in Devonshire a cry errheard is isheard F Fheard
heard from on OM of the reapers reapersIve TeaJMnJve reaperegotten
Ive gotten It ItWhat Ith3t itr itrhaM
What h3t hast ties u gotten ptteaYt about the Uttothers ueothers I Iothers
others othersIve othersIve othersTve
Ive gotten the nock yell yells the first firstAs IntoAs firstAs
As the reaping has been rapidly near nearing MIlIJn nearlug
lug Jn its completion the oldest laborer iiborefgOea goes goesaround CNII CNIIAround I Iaround
around the field picking the best oars of ofcorn otcorn o ocorn
corn he sees in each sheaf sh af These e he ties tiestogether Untogether I Itogether
together and intricately plaits into a asort asort a L Lsort
sort of broom toppd with the ears earsThis earLThIs earsThis
This is called the Hnftk neck or knack knackand knackand knackand
and when the cutting cutUn of the last cocn conr is isheralded Isheralded I Iheralded
heralded with the shout Ive gotten it itthe Ittbo Itthe
the reapers gather together tOK ther and stand standin standIn stan stanIn
in a circle ctrc around the man holding hol ll the thenock thenoc th thn
nock noc n He stoops to the stubble with 1th it itand Itand It Itand
and the th rin ring of reapers rper holding holdl their hats hatsIn hatsIn hauIn
In both hands likowbe Jtk < wlte bend to the theground th thground r rground
ground Rising lU ing upright uPri < ht and stretching stretchingthen stretchingtheir stretehn stretehntheir
their arms and hats above their heads headsthey beadstbey hesdithey
they slowly chant in harmony The neek neekthree neekthreo neekthree
three times Then they the burst Into tri triumphant triumphant tn ¬
umphant shouts We Va have un We Wehave Wehave Wehavo I
have un Round goes oes the cider pitcher pitcherand pitcherand er erand
and with acclamations th tint plaited neck neckof nor norof k kof
of corn is escorted to the farmhouse farmhouteThere farmhoueThere farmhouseThere
There It Is delivered to the farmer with withthe withthe wiLlthe
the chorus A neck k a neck a neck neckWell neckWell i
Well Vell cut well hound well shocked Th Thlittle Tblittle h hlittle
little bundle of corn is hung from the thekitchen th thkitchen thikitchen
kitchen ceiling and remains thero until untildisplaced unUdPlnecd I Idisplaced
displaced by the neck of the next har harvest hare barvent ¬
vest e To lose or part with this neck is isto Isto In Into
to invite misfortune and nd disaster disasterIn
In Cornwall the last sheaf ahe of corn Is Isalso 18al80 In c calso
also called the neck and Is I decorated decoratedgayly I Igayly
gayly with blue ribbons ribbonsIn rtbbonIn ribbonsTo
In Yorkshire where the clergyman Is IsBtill IssUIl In r rstill
still often called upon tc t cut the first firstcorn tlr t tcorn L Lcorn
corn of the harvest arv t the last sheaf is issimply Isstmply It Itsimply
simply called Iled the kern Its fall before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the sickle at kJe is proclaimed by shouts of ofWeve otWcve oh ohWeve
Weve gotten otten It And the reapers escort escortthe escortthe corerthe
the kern home It is dressed in a white whitefrock whitefrock whitefrock
frock with colored ribbons and ann crowned crownedwith crownedwith crowne i iwith
with wheat ears At the kern supper supperwhich Upperwhich uppu uppuwhich
which follows the kern baby bab is enthroned enthronedin I IIn
in the barn and supposed to preside Ira lde over overthe O4 oveithe > r rthe
the feast Th The
wellknown harvest sup supper supper surfper ¬
per comes later to mark the end of o the thegathering thegathering tingathering
gathering in and it is called the mell mellsupper mellSUppel I Isupper
supper supperThe SUppelThe supperThe
The really interesting customs cu toma are those thosewhich th08which thonwhich
which attend tho cutting of the last sheaf sheafIt slteAfIt sheafIt
It symbolizes s mboUzes the corn god and though thoughtho Uaoughthe I Ithe
the original meaning has been n forgotten forgottenIt
It is celebrated in various parts of the thecountry thecountry tin t tcountry
country countryIn countryIn
In Devon It is a plaited corn broom broomcalled broomcalled 1 1called
called the neck in Yorkshire and andNorthumberland andNorthumberland am I INorthumberland
Northumberland It ii bulky bulk female effigy or orharvest a aharvest
harvest queen In Scotland It becomes becomesa
a maiden m en and b 111 cut by the youngest youngestgirl youngestgirl t tgirl
girl on the harvest field Its head he d is Isforme1 In I Iformed
formed of oat ears a big blue bew decks decksits decksits r rits
its neck and its It skirt is mado of paper paperThis IMperThis paperThis
This corn doll is I placed over tho flronlace flronlacein flroDlncein S SIn
in the farm kitchen and sacredly aacretllypre aacretllypresrved sacredlyserved pre preserved ¬
served until Christmas Day DR when Its Itsgrains Ussrans it S SgraIns
grains arc given to the cattle cattleIn cattleIn cattleItt
In In some om parts ef Kent the last shoaf shoe f
isbullt up into the Ut image lm ge of a girl lrl and andclothaa andcloth ann 1 1ciothcjj
clothaa cloth i with a dress cap miles tte t c of ofpaper ofpaper o f fpaper
paper m is triumphantly ercorted e orted home born S
In a wagon wag and entitles the harvesters S
to a suppor at tho farmers expense oxponeoStrnlKht oIflOnl6Strnhht expenseStraight
Straight to the Point PointPrem PoIntFnm PointFtit
Prem the Baltimore AmericanWhat AlMiliirAaWhat American tseietsWhat
What do you suppose that umbrella umbrellamanufacturer umbrtlJamanufacturer 1 1manufacturer
manufacturer selected as a motto of or Ids hfebuslnese IdsbuslneSf liii S Sbusiness
business buslneseWhat buslneSfYh businessVhat
What WhatPut Yh VhatPut at atPut
Put up or shut up
1
RETURNS R TO WASHINGTON WASHINGTONAFTER WASHINGTONAFTER
AFTER A LONG ABSENCE
j
I fKOIlfn V l LEWIS LEWISMr lEwiSMr
I
Mr crnK r g A L Vw v > s who Mt Wash Washington V1u3h ash ashIngtlJl ¬
ington I six Ix V yarn UK ago ant t to < > take the th > manage management manaJement ¬
ment of Saks k Cus Co s business in Indian Indianapolis Indianapol ¬
apolis apol has returned to Washington and andhas Utdhu
has opened an silks came In the Westory WestoryBuilding Weston tory toryDulldtac
Building Fourteenth and F streets meets for forgeneral torgeneral
general advertising service Mr Lewis Lewishas ewtbaa
baa achieved wide distinction n as an ad advertising adert adrertlaing ¬
vertising ert expert and he possesses ptJAJ U a close closeand clOHanel
and Intimate experience eiperlence with the details detailsof talh talhoC
of o store management ma ement This TIl combination combinationgives eombinaiJonIflves
gives his work exceptional value He Hewill Hewtll
will have direction of the advertising of ofSaks orSaSe ofSaks
Saks SaSe A Co and other wellknown buM business buMneu ¬
ness houses housesBREACH ho hoBREACH housesBREACH
BREACH WIDENED WIDENEDBY WIDENEDBY
BY TAFTS SPEECH SPEECHContinued SPEECHContinued
Continued from rout Page One Onetk Onettoa
Lions tk s are particularly fortunate H HmfcJies lie liek He
mfcJies k perfectly clear that the laws lawsare Jawant
are to be enforced t aa they should be but butboacet butIaOae8t buthonest
honest business 1NIID has ha no cause ca for apprt apprtntnsion appNOta
ntnsion on account t of anything Mr aTft aTftsaid aTCtId iTftThe
said saidThe
The regular Republican organisation organisationmen Of
men of the House see si in the Presidents Presidentsspeech Presidentsspeoch t ta
speech a a valuable campaign nuD document documentfor documtmtfor
for use In the fight next fall They are aremuch anmueb
much pleased at the manner m In which whichMr ilicb ilicbMr
Mr Taft stood by his irons as one oneof onef
of them tile expressed eJ reaed H It and think the thesach theeeb
speech eeb will do a great deal toward setting settingthe tUB tUB11M
the administration straight s1ntcht before the thecountry theeouatry theseuntry
country eouatryReNeD countryRepresentative
Representative ReNeD tIve Tawney of Minnesota Minnesotachairman XbmeIotacbalnDan
chairman of the House Committee on onAppropriations onJLpproprIaUou
Appropriations In whose town President PresidentTaft t tTatt
Taft hut summer um delivered deltw the tit tariff tariffspeech tarllftIPeeeh
speech that raised ructions In tho tb Middle MiddleWest KJddleWest MiddleWest
West is emphatically pleased pleuedP i iPeople
People P oOIle < Should Head li liThat HThat
That speech said he undoubtedly undoubtedlywill uodoubtedlywill odoubted1rwU
will be printed rtnted in the Consjrei Consjreinocofd CoaIIral CoaIIralR
nocofd R d as was u Ms Winona address eu It Itb ItIs
Is entirely proper and fitting that this thisshould tbJalbould
should be done donefor for the document is in informative InfOllDtlve ¬
formative and valuable ftI and something somethingthe aomethln aomethlnthe
the people of the Country untJT should have a achance aebance a
chance to read and digest digestI
I am glad to see hat hat the President Presidentaiscresed PralcleDttM
discussed the admisjIsimtiMs attitude attitudewttfc aidWcIewkb attitudewttb
wttfc respect to antitrust l legislation isk tki with withsuch wldaWCb withsuch
such candor candorThere candorThcv
WCbTher
Ther There is really IM tj excuse for shy mis misinterpretation mabaterpflltatjon misiutrprstatIon ¬
interpretation of the Presidents views on onthis 011WI onthis
this question or of any passipte misap misapprehension mlapprelon misapprehension ¬
prehension concerning the policy to bo bofollowed Mfollowed hofollowed
followed by this administration in carry carryins carryout carrylag
ins lag out platform promises or the own ownpersonal ownl owniissena1
personal l opinions of I the President and andMs andhis nd ndilia
Ms advisers advisersUnited adviMnIUnlt advisersUtilted
United Unlt tI Front Xcdcd ccled in Honac HonacIt IhJU 11ueIt e eIt
It It Is to be hoped too too In the interest interestof interestsof
of harmony in the House that the Presi Presidents PrNit Presldents ¬
dents t comments on socalled regularity regularityi replarityalld regularityand
i and Insurgency Insu 1K will be read carefully ca tuIJJ It ItIs Itl
Is l absolutely essential in order that th thvast the thfJfat thevast
vast amount of sostness which this Con Coni Conmust Congzs
i press must clear 1IP P that the Republicans Republicansin
in the House present t a united front I Ithink IUttnk Ithink
think that there Is not a a single loyal loyalRepublican loyalRepubUca loyalRepublican
Republican who M reflection will not in indorse indone indense ¬
done heartily the tb letter aad spirit of the thePresidents thePresidents
j
Presidents epaech and an who will not notcharacterise notcharaderlare notcharacterize
characterize H as a worth worthy and useful usefuldocument uaetuldocument usefuldocument
document documentOther documentOther documentOther
Other members of the regular organi organisation lB8nlMUon organination ¬
nation were equally emphatic in their in indorsement Indorsemtftt indorsement ¬
dorsement of the Presidents speech xnd xndgoon lHIJMOn sndsoon
goon probably today to arrangements wIll wIllbe ill illbe IIIbf
be made to have it printed in the Record Recordfor Recordtor Recordfor
for use around the country countryAlarm countryAlarJlt4 country4tlarnis
Alarm Xo Criminal CriminalThe CrlmlnlllAThe CrinilunlaThe
The Presidents declaration of intent intentto mtfntto intentto
to enforce the law but not to run amuck amuckseems muekseeJltll amukseems
seems a prospect of justice tempered temperedwith temper temperwith temperedwith
with mercy mene The best thing that could couldhappen couldhappen couldhappen
happen to the country would be an honest honestand honstand honestand
and courageous prosecution proiIJ ution of all law lawbreakers a abreakers lawbreakers ¬
breakers It would be decidedly interest interesting tnterMting Interestlag ¬
ing and illuminating to know kn what per percent percent percent
cent of those tboi applauding udlng banqueters last lastnight lutnight lastnight
night were lawbreakers and how much muchthey muchth muchthoy
they th y contributed to t the last Republican Republicancampaign Republicancampei Republicancampaign
campaign campei fund That speech will alarm alarmno alarmno alarmcriminal
no criminal criminalRepresentative erimllNRepreeentative
Representative Champ Clark of 344s 344ssouri U UIOUrI Mssend
send Democratic House leader gave ex expression expreMion cxpresslon ¬
pression to the above hut night in dis discussing tI tIeuuiftl die dieeusalag ¬
cussing the Presidents Lincoln Day Dayspeech Dayspeeeh Dayspeech
speech speechThe speeehThe speechThe
The President aid aid Mr Clark en endeavored endeaV endeavered ¬
deavored deaV ld to offset ° fft Republican differences differenceswith dUreorencetiwith differenceswith
with certain remarks about Democratic Democraticquarrels Democraticquarrels Democraticquarrels
quarrels That Is the latest illustration illustrationof
of the force of habit The President Presidentmust Prestdeatmust Presidentmust
must certainly read only expurgated edi editions ecHUOM cdlttons ¬
tions of the daily papers otherwise he hewould hewould hewould
would know that the JelRO Democrats < rato in the theHouse tIMHO18e theHouse
House of Representatives Repre entativ and throughout throughoutthe throughoutthe
the country are e more thoroughly united unitedthan unitedthan unitedthan
than they have been since 8I 1898 181 and that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Republicans RepubJ are worse e split up than thanat th that thanat
at any time since the Republican party partywas partywas partywas
was organized Ot nized Factionalism among the theRepublicans theRelubl theBepublktans
Republicans Relubl tana cannot be whistled down the thewind tbewind thewind
wind or laughed out of court even by bya bya bya
a Republican President PresidentThat PreakltTht PresidentThat
That portion pc Uon of the Presidents speech speechpertaining speechpertaining speechpertainIng
pertaining to the PayneAldrichSmoot PayneAldrichSmoottariff
tariff act is almost aJ I08t Identical Jd with Ith the thetariff thetariff
tariff portion of oChl his Winono Inono speech con continued continued continned ¬
tinued Mr Clark ChLrk That speech failed failedas ral1 failedas l las
as this speech will to convince the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country that th that monstrous measure is isan Isn isn
an n improvement hnprOemeut on the Dinghy act or orthat orthftt orthat
that it is 1 a a revision downward downwardThe downwardThe clovnwardThe
The fact remains Mr Clark con concluded concluded coneluded ¬
cluded after tter all ll speeches Presidential Presidentialor Presidentialotherwise
or otherwise that more people art suffer suffering suffering utrer utrerIng
ing from cokl ami tnd hunger hn this thl winter un under under tinder ¬
der the PayneAldrichSmoot measure measurethan measurethan measurethan
than there were ere under the Dingley Dingl y bill billwhich blJlwhich billwhIch
which was so bad that in order to win winin wininl winIn
in inl 1S06 1110 the Republicans bad to promise to torevise tlr torevise
revise r llfl It down own and then repudiated their theirpromise thelrpromise theirpromise
promise
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Fran the Chicago Tri Tribune TribuneOtflclal1 TribuneOtuicially B BOfficially
Officially Otflclal1 there arc o Just ton kinds of ofmoney otmoney ofmoney
money In circulation In the United States StatesDo StltesDo StatesDo
Do you know which of those art lagnl lagnltender Jogllltender legaltender
tender and in what amount nmo nt1 it It may be bethat bethrlt bethat
that all money looks alike to you ou but buttheres butthoros buttheres
theres a difference and below Is the list listGold UstGold listGold
Gold coins standard silver dollars sub subsidiary IubJldiar subsIlhary ¬
sidiary Jldiar silver gold certificates silver sllvercer sllvercertiflcates cer certificates certificatos ¬
tificates treasury tre tressur ury notes 180 1800 > United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States notes greenbacks nation national bank banknotes banknotes banknotes
notes nickel coins and bronze coins coinsLooking coinsLooking coinsLooking
Looking upon the formidable forml ablc closslfica closslficatf c1uS6lf1catrn claselficatn
tf trn > n of United States money as made madeby mndeLy madeby
by the Treasury Department It becomes becomesmore becomeimore becomesmore
more formidable when it is considered consideredfrom consideredfrom consideredfrom
from the highly technical point of view viewas viewas viewas
as a legal tender Some of the most im imposing Imprsing Impsing ¬
posing of this paper currency is not a alegal Qlegal aiegal
legal tender at all while as to the minor minorruing minoroins minorcuing
ruing oins they are legal tender in such uch small smallamount smallamount smallamounts
amount as agto to starUe > the average lay layman layman layman ¬
man It may be well to recall to tRls tRlslayman tm3layman tiilslayman
layman that the term legal tender owes owesits owesits owesits
its significance to the Act that in pay payment payment paymont ¬
ment of debt or obligation of any kind kindit kindit kindit
it can be forced upon the creditor in infull InCull Inull
full f ull of all demands demandsGold demandsGold demandsGold
Gold certificates silver certificates and andnational nndnationaJ andational
n national bank notes of which such enor enormou onormou enorous
nm
mou ous numbers
m circulate everywhere are arenot arenot areot
not n ot legal tender If you have plenty of ofmonoy ormoney ofoney
money m oney and nd If you have forced Jones to toiroe towe toue
iroe s ue you In ardor to qot ot Judgment Jones Jonescan Jonosean Jonesan
can c an turn down every everyone one of those tb bills billstendered billstendered bl11 bl11endered
tendered t In payment and ad fore force you to dig digup digup digp
up u p something MDIthln better betterShould betterShould lter
Should Jones Oo such a thing you youmight youmlpt youight
might m ight conceive the idea of Oxiog Bxt g him by byunloading byunlo bynloading
unlo u unloading thg a whole lot of silver coins coinsupon coinsupon coinspon
upon u pon him nut you want to know what whatyoure whatOrre whatoure
youre y Orre doing there too for hell take only onlyM
M 1 worth of halve halves quarter and nd dimes dimeswhile dimeswhile dimeshile
while w hile as to nickels and copper cents cents only onlyX onlyCen onlycents
X cent Cen cents value is legal le l Under UnderBut tsnderBut ncler nclerBut
But a u to the standard silver dollar dollartheres dollartherel dollartheres
theres no limit mlt upon your shoveling them themout theanout themut
out o ut to Jones This old dollar of our ourstill ourcJa4I8 ourads
od
cJa4I8 d ads still UIl is the real thing In all bWl bWlnea bust biuiIHMB busteen
IHMB n een transaction unless some iota IDe clause in ina incontract
a contract has h provided otherwise otherw Jones Jonesmay Jonesma7 Jonesay
may m ay refuse reuse the silver sUv r certitteate eOltt cat but when whenyou when70U whenou
you y ou dig up the metal dollar they 50 un unquestioned unquewtloned anuestioned ¬
questioned q at their face value alue And 1000of IOC IOCoC 1000 L0CJf
of o f them weigh iLl pounds poundsTreasury pouMlTreasury poundsTreasury
Treasury notes not of the act of ISM S are arelegal arelegl aregal
legal le gal tender to their face value in pay payment IJQMe1It payMont ¬
Mont of all debts debts public and private un unites UAI naies ¬
I ites ies expressly stipulated in the contract contractStrictly eontraetStlcUy contractStrictly
Strictly speaking the united Cnlt d States Statesnotes Statesnot Statesot
notes not n ot or greenbacks sree Hclai are legal tender tenderwith tea4erv1Lh tenderwith
with the exception of duties on imports importsand ImportsaacI importnd
and a nd interest on t the tb public debt Prac Practically Prutlcan Pracically ¬
tically tlcan t however since tne the resumption of ofspecie o o8ptieIe otpncle
specie n payment to 1879 greenbacks have havebeen banHen haveOes
been h Oes received freely and without ques question quetIoa quesion ¬
tion t ion by the government though the law lawrespecting lawrMPtCtlnlthem lawespecting
respecting rMPtCtlnlthem r them hasnt been changed changedWhile changedWbUe changedWhile
While the gold old and silver certificates certificatesare certtft Lies Liesare
are a re not legal tender as between Indi Individuate Indlvtdual8 Inwiliduals ¬
vtdual8 v viduate both issues I are receivable for all allgovernment allKOvemmeat allovernment
government g dues of whatever kind In this thisrespect thJareepect thisespect
respect r legally more acceptable l than is 18tlM Ishe I Ithe
the t he greenback greenbackNational greenbackNational nbaclL nbaclLNational
National ban bank note while whle with not legal legaltender I legalender J Jte
tender te t and not receivable for or duties duli on onimports onImports onmports
imports I still may 1M be paid by the govern government sovernIIMnt governmeat ¬
meat for salaries and all debu of th thgovernment the tbeKOftrnmeat theovernment
government g except interest dues and ia iaredemption larptjoa Inedemption
redemption r of r the national tlo aJ currency currencyBy currencyBy currencyBy
By special enactment no foreign coin coinof coinof coinf
of o f any kind or denomination shall > be a alegal aJepl aegal
legal l tender in the United States Stat so that thatif thatit thatf
if i f some me time the street car conductor conductordoes ooaduetorbalk conductoroes
d does oes balk at the chance Canadian dime dimefished dimeft dimeshed
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office of the AMociatta No 617 T F etatet oorthweit oorthweitin
in the city of Wihingtoo District of Colombia at atthe a athe t tthe
the hour bee t of 730 oclock ock ck p Po m m on FRIDAY Keb Kebrasry Fetlrual7 Yebrusty
rusty 19 1910 for the election of f a Beard of Dl DlKCtois DIwton Dlricton
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WASHINGTON BREWERY CO COFourth COlourtll COFourth
Fourth nnd F Street Str etll X NTelephone E ETelephone Eo EoTelephone
Telephone Lincoln 254 254DIED 4DIED 24DIED
DIED DIEDBOWIE DIEDBOWIEon DIEDBOWIEOn
BOWIE BOWIEon On Saturday February 12 1 151 151at lW lWat Diflat
at 415 a m a at his hi residence 17 I Istreet IIItreet 1street
street northwest after a brief illness illnessTHOMAS U1nesTHOMAS illnessThOMAS
THOMAS TRTJEMAN SOMERVELL SOMERVELLIn
In his sixtyeighth btyel th year beloved hus hu ¬
band of Agnes gD6S McGregor rcGre r Bowie BowieFuneral BowieFuneral BowleFuneral
Funeral from the Church of the A Avent AI AIot Avent <
vent ot Seccnd Sec nd and U streets northwest northweson IIOftbweon northweston
on Monday Mo ay February 14 at U a aRelaUns ti tiRelatives i iRelatives
Relatives and friends invited Inter Interment Int Intmel Intermont ¬
mel t private Rock Creek Cemetery CemeteryBRIEL CemeteryBRIELOft CemeteryBBIELOn
BRIEL BRIELOft On Saturday February F bruary 12 l2 IP IPat Ifj Ifjat Wat
at 350 a m at his residence 903 5 Souti SoutiCapitol So SottiCapitol tl tlCapitol
Capitol street street after a lingering lJ ertnc illness JUn JUnpnER Il1nes Il1nesPETER >
PETER pnER beloved husband hu of Mar MarBriel MarBniel f fBriel
Briel nee Huih in his fortyrifi fortyrifiyear forty11ftyear fortynifyear
year yearBURNSIDE yearBURNSIDESuddeDlr yearBURNSIDSuddenIy
BURNSIDE BURNSIDESuddeDlr Suddenly on Friday F Fruarr Fi Fimary < o oruary
mary 11 1916 at 2 oclock FRANK FRAXKBLRNSIDE FRANKJILRXSIDE 1 1BIRNSIDE
BLRNSIDE aged fiftyeight years yearsFuneral fearsFuneral yearsFuneral
Funeral Monday Monda Febvary 14 14 from ln lnlata tiJAtM
late residence rec tdence 1208 I H stroer northta northtaat northeaat
at 2 210 JO 0 p m mCANNON mC inCANNONOn
CANNON C CANNONOn XONOn On Friday February H K Kat 1 1at iat <
at 4 p m at Colchester Vs EMU EMUJ EMILJ
J widow of Joseph Jo Cannon ag aglNnefttyone agseventyon I Iseventyone
seventyone years yearsFuneral yearsFunenl yearsFnel
Funeral from the chapel in Congrf Congrfsional CoagTfslonal Congroslonal
slonal Cemetery Monday February Februaryat
at 2 oclock Family amlly and friends i ivfced lit t tiltd
vfced vfcedCOLVIXDeparted iltdCOLVJNDeparted it ad adCOLVIXDepartecl
COLVIXDeparted this life at 405 4J p n nSaturday nSaturday nSaturday
Saturday February 13 WO at her r ridence rklen rIdenee
idence klen 2331 1 E street northwest IT ITCOLVIN > ICOLVIN V VCOLYJX
COLVIN the beloved mother of M MNate MNate MNate
Nate Roes and Thomas Colvin an 1 1sister tsl8ter 1sister
sister of Sarah Robinson and Rica RicharPayne RicaPaYDe BicarPayne
Payne PayneFuneral PaYDeFune PayneFuneral
Funeral Fune from Mt L Zion M JL Churr ChurrTwuMUrninth ChurfTWIIIUTl ChureTauyainth
TwuMUrninth TWIIIUTl ntb street and Dumber DwQNrtav Dumbertavenue t tavenue
avenue av Tuesiay February Jt at 3 Iin r rm r
m AI Friends s of the family tU respectful respectfulInvitwL reetfu reetfuInYlMd respeetfuInvitied
InvitwL InvitwLFILLMORE InYlMdFILUlORFOn InvitiedFILLMOREOn
FILLMORE FILUlORFOn On Saturday February FebruaryHit February1t1t FebruaryIlls
Hit at a t the th residence ot his daughtr daughtrMrs claugh daughtMrs t tMrs
Mrs R It J Nor8et xor Suffolk SutIotkt Va VaGEORGE YaG VaGEORGE
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GEORGE G RGE MILLARD MHJLARb FILLMORi FILLMORihusband FILLMMOIUhuaband F1ILtCjRihusband
husband of Lottie A A Flllmore FtlllDorftIN Fillmorethe r rthe
the sixtyninth year of his hi age ageServices ageServices
Services S and interment at Gtezmo GtezmoCemetery G GlenwcI GlenwcICemetery l lCemetery
Cemetery this afternoon at 2 oclock oclockJOY oclockJOYQn oclocaJOYOn
JOY JOYQn On Friday February 11 isle ETL ETTAJOY ETLJOY ETLJOY
JOY nee Calhoun beloved wife c cCharles cCurios cCharles
Charles Joy JoyFuneral JoyFuneral JoyFuneral
Funeral Monday February 14 from fcf fcflate 11 11ate l r rlate
late residence IMS 1516 Thirty ThIrtJtourth fourth street streetGeorgetown streeGeorgetown streerGeorgetown
Georgetown at 2 p m Relatives Retatl an anfriends anfrlfnds anfriends
friends invited to attend attendLAWRENCE attendLAWRENCEOn attendLAWRENCEOn
LAWRENCE LAWRENCEOn On Thursday February FebruaryISM Februarylilt =
ISM 11 at 4 p m JOSEPH H LAU LAURENCE LA LARENCE LAWRENCL ¬
RENCE RENCEFuneral RENCEFunernl RENCLFunornl
Funeral from his sons 5On residence Eact EactVV Ea EaW Eaw
W street southeast Asacostia D O Oon e eon con
on Monday February 14 at 230 p m mFuneral 11Funeral rr rrFuneral
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OF TM TK UMTKD STATBE STATBEOuauamdny AT fiTATsefjussdery A TIE TIEj
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MIMMACKOn Sunday mornhsg Febr Febrary Fp1 Fp1ary Yehrry
ary ry IS 13 ISM at his resideace 17tt 17ttstreet J7 J7ttreet 1 1street
street northwest BERNARD PRKN PRKNTIS PRE PRETIS RFN RFNTIS
TIS MIMMACK husos hu d of t trine Kat Katrine Xatrine > <
rine Collins Mimmack aged sore sevtifive 8eVtt 8eVttfive sorelive
five years yearsFuneral yearsFuneral yearsFuniral
Funeral services Tuesday Tue da afternoon afternoonoclock
2 oclock in St Margarets P I 1 1Church 1Church 1Church
Church Interment at Arlington ArlingtonSPEISER ArlingtonSPEISERKatered ArlingtonSPEISEREatered
SPEISER SPEISERKatered Eatered into rest February FebruaryIttO FebruaryIslo
IttO at 630 i p m m ARABELLA ARABELLASP ARABELILIASPISER V VSPEISER
SP SPEISER ISER daughter dau < hter of the late Fr FrMarks Frertck Frcrick
crick and Maria Spoken SpeiMorFuneral SpokenFuneral
Funeral services at St St Marks Chrr ChrrThird Chu ChuThird ChurThird
Third and A streets southeast Tu Tuday T Tuday c cda
day da February IS at 230 2 p m Int Intment Intmf Jotmeat
meat mf > nt private privateSTAHLDaparted prlnteSTAHLDaparted privetSTAHLDeparted
STAHLDaparted this thl life on Sanda SandaFebruary SIIrda1ebrvuy SurdaFebruary
February 11 191e I9l W at t 1020 J P p w ilL ilLProvidence wProvidence n nProvidence
Providence Hospital Ho iloepital Pltal JOHN F STAll STAHbeloved STAllbeloved
beloved husband of Ada Stan Stahl I < tr trSullivan r U USuntfta > a aSuHlvaa
Sullivan SuHlvaaNotice SuntftaNotteeol SullivanNOUCO
Notice Notteeol of funeral later laterTRACY laterTRACYOn laterTRACYOn
TRACY TRACYOn On Saturday February U 11 19 19at Fat 1
at 150 a m m ISABELLE TRACT i iloved Iloved Iloved
loved mother of Lester A and Mai MaiTracy laTruy MaTracy
Tracy TruyFuneral TracyFuneral
Funeral services private on Mend MendFebruary lendFebruu MonetFebruary
February 14 at her late residence rdencP resldeneeP J JP
P street northwest northwestVAGNERS at 2 p p DL DLw en enWAGNERnddeuly
w WAGNERnddeuly VAGNERS G ERllddeDb ddenly on Friday FrIda Febr Febrary FftraT Febraryll
ary aryll 11 aid at atip 1 p m ID at attheresiden attheresidenof th resW resWof idt idtof > >
of his hi daughter Mrs George J 1 Kr Krper 11ger 1rgor
per 2417 McCultoh street Baltini BaltiniMd BaltlmMd BaltintNd
Md GEORGE WAGNER of 2513 Wi Wider Widel Vt Vtdet
del street s northwest Washington WasblnponC X XC
C in the sixtyninth year of his UK UKFuneral H HFuneral ecFuneral
Funeral will m take place Monday F Fruarj FMJIl Fruarv
ruarj MJIl ruarv 14 at 2 p m from the residn residnof res1d res1dof Irl i iof
of Ms Ia daughter Interment In I V VRidge IRidge r I IRidge
Ridge Cemetery Baltimore BaltimoreFJNERAL BalUmnreFU1ffiRAL BaltimoreYJ1tERAL
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