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THE WASHINGTON HEEALD TUESDAY FEBEUARY F BRUARY 15 1910 8
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WOMAN OM ONGE RICH RICHDIES RiCilDIES
DIES IN II SQUALOR SQUALOROne SLALOR SLALOROne
One Time Wife of a Delaware DelawareGovernor DelawaleGovernor Delawareovcriior
Governor GovernorPOUND GovernorFOUNDAMID ovcriior ovcriiorOUND
POUND FOUNDAMID OUND AMID DIRT AND REFUSE EEFUSE3Ir REFUSEMrs REFUSE31tx
3Ir Mrs Adeline BaUer Had ad Part Inter Interest Interest Interet ¬
est In Real Estate Valued nt O 0OOO OOOOLlved O000Lived
OOO OOOLlved Lived Life of a Redone In InPhiladelphia InPhlInde1vbln InPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Lodging House I1ouJeUnr I1ouJeUnrIed HomieJztrned Mar
Tied Ied at Least Four Times TimesPhiladelphia TimePhnd TImeSPhfldolphla
Philadelphia Phnd lphla Pa Feb 14 ItMrs Mrs Adeline AdelineBaker AdelineBaker AdeitneBa1er
Baker reputed to be the divorced wife of ofa ofa
a former governor of Delaware and who whohas whohas whohas
has part Interest In real estate valued at atoooo
50000 50000 died this morning In the utmost utmostequalor utmostBqunlor utmostqua1or
equalor In the front firststory room of ofn02 offl02
1102 Vine street where she he had lived the thelife theUte thelife
life of a recluse with two dogs since last lastJune lastJune iaztJune
June JuneGreasy JuneGreasy JuneGreasy
Greasy wall paper clung elungto to the walls of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the room in which she he died The floor floorwas fioorwrs floorwas
was carpetleaa carpetleaaThe carveUessThe carpetlessThe
The couch upon up n which she breathed her herlast herlast herlast
last was old and motheaten and blocks blocksof blocksi blocksof
of i t wood had been placed under It to take taketha takethe takethe
the place pl ce of legs The room In which whichshe whichshe whichshe
she died was littered with a miscellany miscellanyof
of old clothes and papers scattered about aboutIn aboutIn aboutIn
In the the greatest confusion confusionThe confusionThe confusionThe
The room adjoining that in which she shedied shodied shedied
died served the elderly woman as a kitch kitchen kltchen kitchen ¬
en Here old stovepipes wood co coal l bot bottles bottIes bottle ¬
tIes tle and boxes were heaped about In Inconfusion Inconfusion Incontusion
confusion The stove stove upon which she shehad shehad
had cooked her food was 8S broken brokenReceived brokenReceived biokenReceived
Received Xo Visitors VisitorsThe VisitorsThe IsltorsThe
The old lady lad had lived hero alone for formonths formontJuJ fornioethg
months cooking her own food to nftd nQ taking takingcars tahinccare takingcare
care of herself receiving no visitors She Sheowned Sheowned Sheowned
owned hor house houseShe houseShe houseShe
She She had been sick for six weeks Frank FrankGrwber FrankGrt4ber FrankGrber
Grwber who has a room in the house househad househad househad
had been h an doing errands for her now pow and andthen anllthen andthen
then summoning the physician phJ clan when she sheneeded heneeded sheneeded
needed one one and doing such > uch things thingsTbte thln thingsThis s sTbts
This morning sound which came from fromthft fromthe fromthe
the reams made him think that Mrs Ba Baker Baker Baher ¬
ker needed ne ded attention He went into the theroom therooni theroom
room rooni and found her gasping her last on onhsr onher onher
her miserable bed She Sh died In a few fewminutes fewminutes fewinInute
minutes and as there were no rela relatives relatly relatWos ¬
tWos tly S about the th body was taken to the themorgue themorgue themorgue
morgue immediately immediatelyAccording ImmedlatelyAooordl immediatelyAccording
According Aooordl to Gruber Airs Baker had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been married three times after being di divorced dt dtVfCed dlvarced ¬
vorced from a Delaware governor Her Hersecond Herseoond Herseeond
second husband was named Hand and andlater andlaer andlter
later she married a sea captain named nameddaeser nlmedCaStlr namediaesar
daeser iaesar who died nearly fifteen years yearsago yearsago yrsago
ago A son was born to them Clifford CliffordCaesar CllfCordCaesar CliffordCaesar
Caesar of lID Oakford street who on onhearing onteAring onbearing
hearing of his mothers death had the thebody thebody thebod
body bod taken from the morgue to his hishome Idsbome lilaborne
home homeTwelve bomeTwelve borneTwelve
Twelve years ago she IB said to have havemarried havemanied havemarried
married Guatav Baker Bak who resides In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the vicinity of Bread and Jefferson Jeffersonetreetc Jeffersonstreets on onstreets
streets
Married for Fourth Time TimeMr TimeMr TimeMr
Mr Bakers BakeJis mother who Is said to be beimmensely beImmenseb beImmensely
immensely wealthy is said to have threat threatened threatenod throatenod ¬
enod to disinherit her son if he did not notgiva notgin notgive
gin up the woman womanThey wom8l1They womanThey
They parted last June and since that thattime Usattime thattime
time Mrs Baker lived in the Croat room roomof r omof roomof
of the Vine Ioe street a address of which bleh aha ahais ahaIs sheis
is a part owner She refused to t go to tothe tothe tothe
the home nom of her son son1 who on several Ocea occaslons occa occasions ¬
sions wanted to take his mother to his hishome hishomo hishome
home Her only oompanlons were Cath Catherine Catherine ¬
erine Lanea woman of about the same sameage samea sameage
age a e who was recently taken to the thePhiladelphia tbePhUadelphla thePhiladelphia
Philadelphia Hospital where she is I still stillconfined stillcon stillconilned
confined con t Two dogs were her faithful faithfulcompanions faithtulcompanions faithfulcompanions
companions and she never left the house housewithout bouMwithout housewithout
without them This morning when the thepolice thepoUce thepolice
police attempted to take the body with withdifficulty withdifficulty withdifileulty
difficulty they beat the dogs off offMrs oft1lrs offMrs
Mrs Baker Inherited her property from fromher tromh fromher
her h grandmother a Mrs Gardner The Theagent The8lent Theagent
agent In charge of the property says 88y that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she has a part Interest in several hoURs houseawkich hoURswkkh houseswklch
wkich are valued nt more than J50MO J50MOA MiOA coo cooA
A thorough search of the neighborhood neighborhoodof ne1 hborhood hborhoodor
of Broad and Jefferson streets was made madebut madebut madebut
but no one ooald be found by the name nameof nameof nameof
of Gustave Bajcer Bsjer or any one who knew knewthe knewthe knewthe
the dead woman womanWIN womanvTN oman omanWIN
J
WIN LAW SUIT IN PARIS PAEISrhiladelphian PARISI PARISIJllIadelphlan PARISPhiladelphian
I
Philadelphian and Wife lfe Get Jnds Jndsmeut Juclgment Jndgmeut
meut Against Auto Concern ConcernParl ConcernParis ConcernParis
Parl Paris Feb 14 14JuetU8 Justus C Strawbrklge Strawbrklgeof
of Philadelphia who was hurt in an auto automobile automobile automobile ¬
mobile accident on the way to Biarritz Biarritzana Blarrltzand BiarritzCfld
ana Who subsequently sued the SocIete SocleteRoutlere SocIeteRoutlero SocieteBoutiere
Routlere from whom he hired the car carfor cartor carfor
for 3000 30QC9 damages was today awarded awardeda
a verdict of 14000 14000 Mrs Strawbrldge Strawbrldgewho Strawbridgewbo Straivbridgewho
who was also o hurt was given 200Free 200 200What fOFree
Free Childs Chd7semedy ChildsRemedy
Remedy RemedyW11 emedy emedyWhat
What W11 t mother Is not looking for some something somet1 something ¬
thing t1 ng that will help her children In Iq the thelittle the11tUe thelittle
little ills of life ute something for the theEtomaoh thestemaoh thestomach
stomach trouble and the bowel trouble troubleLong troubleLong troubleLong
Long ago she probably has become con convinced convinced convinced ¬
vinced that a child cannot readily swat swallow swa11aw swatlow ¬
low a pill or a a tablet and that to break breakthem breakthem breakthem
them in half and crush them Is an an annoyance annoance annoyance ¬
noyance that usually they work too toodrastically toodrastically toodrastically
drastically and are nauseating and too toopowerful toopowerful toopowerful
powerful for tha little ones stomach stomachAny stomachAny stomachAny
Any mother who will take the trouble troubleof troubleor troubleof
of sending her name nam and address can ob obtain obtaI obtam ¬
tain taI a free sample samplabottle bottle of a remedy remedythat rcmedrthat remedythat
that thousands of other mothers are using usingand usingand usingand
and now paying for This remedy is Dr DrCaWwolls DrCaJdwolls DrCaidwells
CaWwolls Syrup Pepsin tn and the offer of ofa ofn ofa
a free trial bottle Is open to any an mother motherwho motherwho motherwho
who has not yet used it it Having used usedIt u uIt urodit
It and convinced yourself that It is what whatyou whatou whatyou
you ou want you OU can earl obtain it in the future futureof futureot futureof
of your our druggist at fifty cents ens and one onedollar onedollar onedollar
dollar ft bottle Just ju t as so many others othersare othersare othersare
are doing the free sample being simply simplyto
to convince you ou of its It merits It is the thebest thebest thebest
best way to begin on it It Mrs L L Davis Davisof Davisof Davisof
of iS7 iS West Harrison street Chicago and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Mary Belford 1710 Coke street streetLouisville streetLouisville streetLouisville
Louisville Ky both started with a a free freesample freesample freesample
sample and now they write that they
have never been without a bottle in the thehouse thehou thehouse
house e since sinceIt sinceIt nee neelt
It is undoubtedly undcubl dly a groat family rem remedy remedy remCl ¬
edy Cl as It is adapted to all ages being beingmild beingmllu
mild 1111111 and pleasant to take and yet thor thoroughly thorougbly thoroughly ¬
oughly effective It is especially the theideal tbeIdeal theIdOki
ideal remedy for children and women and andold andold andold
old folks who need something pure mild mildand mUdand mildand
and and natural It has the advantage of
being a thorough laxative and yet et con contains eontalns contains ¬
tains tonic properties Use it for the themost thomost themost
most stubborn constipation indigestion
liver trouble sick headache sour stom stomach stomach stontnob ¬
ach and such complaints with Ith a i guar guarantee guarantee gearantee ¬
antee that It will in cure cureDr curfDr cureOr
Dr Caldwell personally will be bepleued pleased
to give you any an medical advice you may ma
doare do re for or yourself your 1f or family pertaining
to the stomach liver cr bowels bow I abso absolutely absolutoly absolutely ¬
lutely free of charge Explain your our case
in a letter and he will reply repl to you in
detail For the free ample simply send sendyour send1our senjyour
your name and address on a postal card cardor cardor uarior
or otherwise For either request the
doctor doctors address Is Dr W B Caldwell
E528 Caldweli Building Montlcello HI
CAPITAL WHIST TEAM ENTERS ENTERSDistrict ENTERSDbtrlot ENTERSDistrict
District Dbtrlot Cracks to Play in Balti Baltimore Bnltlmore Elaltimore ¬
more February FebruarTBaltimore = 2Baltimore 2 2Baltimore
Baltimore Feb 21 22Th The Baltimore BaltimoreWhist BaltimoreWhist BaltimoreWhist
Whist Club is receiving a great many manyreplies manyreplies manyreplies
replies to its invitation to take part in inthe Inthe inthe
the tournament on February 22 22 The TheWashington ThoWashington TheWashington
Washington Chess Checker and Whist WhistClub WhistClub WhistClub
Club writes that It will send twelve twelvemen twelvemen twelvemen
men to take part In this contest It Is laexpected Isexpected Isexpected
expected that tho Richmond chmond Whist Club Clubwill Cubwill
will 111 send four pairs so that the game gamepromises gamepromlsos gamepromises
promises to be one of the largest largestever largestever largestever
ever given by the Baltimore Whist Club ClubIn ClubIn ClubIn
In addition to this contest the Balti Baltimore Baltimore BaItmore ¬
more Club Is preparing for a match game gamewith gamewith gamewith
with the Washington Chess Checker becker and andWhist andWhist andWhist
Whist Club with twentytwo players playerson
on each team This game will take place placeearly placeearly placeearly
early in March and the Washington club clubIs clubIs clubis
j Is now arranging its affairs for this con contest contost contest ¬
test tostCALLS
CALLS ON MARITIME MEN MENProf MENProf
Prof Hciskell Esrplflzjs Law on onPrinting onPrintIng onPrinting
Printing Pilot Charts ChartsNow ChurtllNaw Chartsew
Now ew York Feb 14 HProt Prof Henry L LHeiskell L LHeiskell LHeiskell
Heiskell of the marine division of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Weather Bureau has been beenIn beonfn beenIn
In town for the last few days da s to see rep representatives rep reprc reprosentatives ¬
resentatives rc of the commercial and mari maritime maritime marltime ¬
time associations which sent a resolution resolutionto
to Congress favoring the Hydrographic Hydrographicoffice H Hydrographicoffice drographlc drographlcoffice
office rather than the Weather Bureau for forthe torthe forthe
the printing of pilot charts Prof Heis Heiskell He Hekell Hotskell
kell has been informing these associa associations associations associtions ¬
tions that they the did an unnecessary thing thingto tblngto thingto
to write to Congress Con res6 because a board of orfive offive
five named by President Roosevelt in InI
I 1905 approved the transfer of authority al1thorlt In Inthis Inthis
11100 I this matter from the hydrographers tothe to tothe tothe
the Weather Bureau and that is the rule rulenow rulenow rulenow
now unless unl S Congress s upsets It ItHaving ItHlvlng it itHaving
Having already committed themselves themselvesto
to the side of the Hydrographic office officethe officethose
these the e associations have been unable to togive toghe togive
give Prof l o Helakoll any encouragement encouragementas
as to the chances l of changing their minds mindsor mindsOr mindsOr
or withdrawing their petitions However Howeveras
as the Hydrographic office has no ap appropriation apprQprlation apprgprlation
propriation for the purpose mentioned mentionedand mentionedand mentionedand
and cannot fiave until the appropriation appropriationcommittee appropriationCOIftmlttee appropriationcommittee
committee so decides the general idea ideathat Ideathat ideathat
that is the difficulty between the two de departments de departments depertments ¬
partments will be settled in Washington WashingtonCONFIRMS WashIngtonCONFIRMS WashingtoncONFIRMS
CONFIRMS APPOINTEES APPOINTEESChurchill APPOINTEESClmrelll11 APPOINTEESChurchill
Churchill Becomes Secretary of ofState ofStnte ofState
State for Home Department DepartmentLondon Delmrtll1entLondon DepartmentLondon
London Feb 14 HThe Th King has ap approed approved
proved the appointments of Winston WinstonChurcblil WinstonChurchUl WinstonChurchill
Churchill as secretary of state for th thhomo the thehomo thehome
homo department Right R ht Hon Sydney SydneyCharles SydneyCharlas SydneyCharles
Charles Buxton as president of the board boardof boardor boardof
of trade trade and Right Ri ht Hon Herbert L LSamuel LSamuel LSamuel
Samuel as postmaster general generalThese generalThese generalThese
These appointments are merely merel changes changesmade cbangesmade changesmade
made necessary by the appointment of ofHome orHome ofHome
Home Secretary Gladstone as governor governorgeneral goornorgoftocal governorgeneral
general of United South Africa iir iirChurchill 1r 1rChurebl11 irChurchill
Churchill takes his place while Mr Bux Buxton Buxton Buxton
ton succeeds Mr fr Churchill as president presidentof
of the board b of trade Mr Samuel who whowas whowas ho howas
was chancellor of the Duchy of Lan Lancaster Lancaster Lancster ¬
caster with a soat in the cabinet sue succeeds sacceeds
ceeds Mr Buxton BuxtonFIND BuxtonFIND BuxtonFIND
FIND CLEW TO SUICIDE SUICIDEAVorkmen SUICIDErorkmen SUICIDEWorkmen
Workmen Believe John T I Hill Vent WentOver VentOer VentOver
Over Niagara Falls FallsNiagara FullsNiagara FallsNiagara
Niagara Falls N Y Feb 14Barly 14BarlySunday HEarl HEarlSundy 14BarlySunday
Sunday morning workmen on the State Statereservation S1teresenatton Statereservation
reservation suspected that somebody or orsomething orsomethiut orsomething
something had passed over the railing int intthe Into Intothe intothe
the river near Prospect Pr spect Point Th They Theysrehed Theysearched y ysearched
searched the snow for a claw but It was wasaot wuDGt wasnet
net until today that a dark object was wasseen wasleen wasleen
leen wider the th Ice above IlbO8 the American AmericanFalls AmericanFalis
Falls 111 A workman went out on the lc lcwith Ice Icewith icewIth
with a ropo around his body and brought broughtback broughtback broughtback
back an overcoat a hat hat and a a pair of ofgioves ofgloves
gloves In the pocket was a postal p card cardaddressed cardaddreued cardaddressed
addressed to Mrs J T Hill UIO Clinton Clintonavenue CUntonavenue Clintonavenue
avenue Cleveland Ohio which reads readsSome readsSome readsSome
Some day some day some day I may maymeet maymeet maymeet
meet you ou and etc In the meantime may mayall mayall maya1l
all good come to you Remember me I Iremain Iremain Iremain
remain John T Hill HillThe HiliThe HillThe
The card was dated February 13 a 12JS 12JSand 11Iand 123band
and it is thought to have be been n written writtenafter writtenafter writtenafter
after midnight Sunday morning If Hill HIHwent HIUwent Hillwent
went over the falls faU as it is believed he hedid hedid hedid
did his body bod is not likely lIk ly to be reeov recovered reeovered reeovered ¬
ered as bodies bodiesgoing going over the wat waterfall waterfallIn rfall rfallin
in winter time are ground up by the Ice In Inthe Intbe inthe
the low lower r river riverCleveland rlv riverCleveland r rCleveland
Cleveland Ohio Feb M 14Upon Upon being beingtold beingtold beingtold
told of her husbands suicide at the theNiagara theNJaam theNiagara
Niagara Falls Mrs John T Hill aid aidI aid aidI aidI
I am not surprised L He had been ill illfor IIItor illfor
for several years and lately latel he had been beensaying beenylng beensaying
saying ylng he was a burden to the family familyI
I heard that he had told friends he in intended Intended intended
tended to go over the Falls Fall At one time timehis timebls timehis
his suffering su erln deranged him and he was wassent WASsent wassent
sent to an insane asylum He was in insane Insane insane ¬
sane If ho killed himeslf himeslfGEAJT hlmcsltGR himesitGRAFT
GRAFT GR TRIAL BEGUN BEGUNMen BEGUNHJlen BEGUNMen
HJlen Men Higher Up In Plttaburg Plead PleadXoncoatendera FIendXoncontender8 PleadNoncontenders
Xoncoatendera Xoncontender8Plttsburg NoncontendersPittsburg XoncoatenderaPittsburgh
Pittsburgh Pa Feb 14 HThe The trial of oftho6 ofthOH ofthoso
tho6 who have I been called The mep mephigher mephigher mo mohigher
higher up In Plttsburgs graft expose exposewas e exposewas pO e ewas
was begun here today when C Leslie Lesliedelinquent Lealiedelinquent Lesliedelinquent
delinquent tax collector of Allegheny AlleghenyCounty AUeghenyCounty AlleghenyCounty
County was placed on trial in Criminal CriminalCourt CriminalCourt CriminalCourt
Court charged until itl1 perjury perjuryPresident perjuryPresident rjurY rjurYPresident
President E H Jennings of the Colum Columbia Columbia Coiumbla ¬
bia National Bank of Pittsburg and andFrank andFrank andFrank
Frank F Griffin former cashier of the theeame Utefame thesame
fame bank who has been jointly JoIntl Indicted Indictedwith Indictedwith indictedwith
with Leslie both pleaded noncqntenders noncqntendersat
at the opening of court Griffin took took the thestand thestand thestand
stand against Leslie and gave damaging damagingtestimony damagJngtestimony damagingtestimony
testimony testimonyGreat testimonyGreat testimonyGreat
Great care was exercised In selecting selectingthe selectingthe elecUngthe
the jury and guarding it as there were wererumors wererumors Tererumors
rumors that an effort would bo made to tobribe tobribe tobribe
bribe them The court ordered or ere the jury jurylocked jurylocke jurylocked
locked up at night nightImmunity nightImmnnlty nightImmunity
Immunity Plea Overruled OverruledNew OverruledN OverrnledNew
New N w York Feb 14 HJudge Judge Martin In Inthe Inthe inthe
the United States Circuit Court today todayoverruled todayoYCrruled todayoverruled
overruled the plea of Charles R R Helke Helkesecretary Helkesecrotary Heikesecretary
secretary of and treasurer of the sugar sugartrust sugArtrust sugartrust
trust that th t he was Immune from prose prosecution procutton pro procution ¬
cution on charges of defrauding the gov government GO GOernment government ¬
ernment of duties on undarweighed sugar sugarbecause sugarbecause sugarbecause
because the Indictment against him was wasbased wasbased wa wabased
based upon testimony he had given be before before before ¬
fore a Federal grand Jury when the trust trustwas trustwas trustwas
was being Investigated as a combination combinationIn
In restraint of trade The trial was ras set setfor setfor setfor
for March 1 1Reconl 1Recort1 1Record
Record Price Prl e for Hogs HogsDallas HogsDallas hogsDallas
Dallas Tex Feb 14 HTho The price of ofhogs oCbogs ofhogs
hogs at the Fort Worth stock yards llrds to today today today ¬
day broko the worlds qrlds record a carload carloadfrom carloadfrom
from Foss Okla Ok 0km a selling s lllng for fl 176 76 per porhundredweight perhundre perhundredweight
pounds hundredweight hundre welgllt The hogs averaged 2SS 2SSpounds 283pOunds 23pounds I
Comet Seen Again AgainSan AnlnSan AgainSan
San Jose Jose Cal Feb 14 14Halles Halleys comet cometwas cometas cometwas
was as observed last night at Santa Clara ClaraCollege ClaraCollege ClaraCollege
College Observatory with the aid ot an aneightInch aneightInch aneightinch
eightInch equatorial lens lensKills tensIif1Is lensKills
Kills Two anti Himself HimselfToronto II HimselfToronto Imftclf ImftclfToronto
Toronto Feb 14 14Wl1l1am William Withers a anegro anegro I
negro shot his former wife Mrs frs Martha MarthaWashington MarthaWashington fartbaVashlnJton
Washington aml ntl her mother Mrs Davis Davishere Davisheft Davishere
here today toda He then shot himself All Allthree Alithroe All Allthree
three are r8 dead deadLargest deadLargest deadLargest
Largest Horning Circulation
A Ajioiin Q1L I1QZZS I1QZZSThe arii ariiTHE
THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS WATERSThe WAIERSThe
The Carbonate of ofSoda ofSodawhich Soda Sodawhich Sodawhich
which is its natural and chief constituent constituentis
is the sworn enemy enemyof enenavof enemyof
of Gout Rheumatism and Indigestion
i PREMIER AEROS AEROSMUST AEROSMUST AEROSMUST
MUST PICK SITE SITEContinued SITEContlnned SITECOnhIILIICtI
Continued from Page One OneUnited OneUnited OneUnited
United States the following being pros present proaont prosont ¬
ont Gen Nelson Nelron A Miles Gen Ed Edwards Edwards Edwards ¬
wards Thomas Nelson Page William F PGude FGude FGuile
Gude Charles J 3 Boll H B F Mac Maci Mactarland Macfarland
i f arlaml Arthur C C Moses Clarence Nor Norment Norment Norment
ment Herbert Wadsworth George G orge O OTotten oTotten 0Totten
Totten and Dr Zahm ZahmPresented Zfhmrcsented Ztthmlresented
Presented III IIIIV Resolutions RcNOlutlonsPresident ReHolutlonsPreal ResolutionsPrdent
President Preal ent Bishop B lhop presented his rasolu rasolujUons ras01uUons rosolutions
j
jUons Uons asking President Taft to use Ills Illsinfluence isisinfluence
I
influence In having Congress appropriate appropriateat
at this session se sufficient funds to en encourage encourage encourage ¬
courage tho art of flying and asking the theChief theChief theChief
Chief Executive to advocate adoca o a United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States army arm corps of aviation Gon GenMiles GonMiles GonMiles
Miles seconded the sentiments of the chief chiefot chiefat chiefor
j
ot the American aviators declaring the thoi thescIence thescience
i science of the mastery of the air will willsome wfl1some willscale
some day take the place of tho oldtime oldtimefiring oldtlmofirlns oldtimefiring
firing line in battle He said the future futuremilitary futuremilitary futuremilitary
military efficiency will be based upon uponskillful uponIktlltul uponskillful
skillful aviation aviationHumorously aviationHumorou81y avftionHumorously
Humorously but with an underlying underlyingspirit underlyingaplrlt underlyingspirit
spirit of seriousness President Taft re reechoed reechoed reechoed ¬
echoed the statement of the army expert expertHe expertHo exportHo
Ho said he was intensely interested in inthe Inthe Inthe
the mastery of the air and In to many manywords man manwords manywords
words advocated Washington as the site siteof siteot siteof
of the greatest flying lng event the world has hasever hasever hasever
ever known knownHe knownHe knownHe
He said he knew the Aero Club of ofAmerica ofAmerlc ofAmerica
America had already received r eled six foreign foreignchallenges forotnchaJlnses foreignchaliengea
i challenges and that he hellevod no better betterplace betterplace betterplace
place could be found In the length len th and andbreadth andbret1dth andbreadth
breadth of the land than College Park Parkto Parkto Parkto
to fight out the supremacy of the ozone ozoneLaughingly ozoneLaughing ozoneLaughingly
Laughingly he added that one of his hisrights hisrlgbt8 hIsrights
rights and privileges prlvn ges under the constitu constitution constitution constitution ¬
tion Is to Increase 1 realJe the gate receipts and andthat andthat andthat
that if the Aero Club decided College CollegePark COllegePark CollegePark
Park is I the best place to hold the meet meethe meethe meethe
he would attend After his address the thePresident thePre thePresident
President Pre ldent hold an informal reception and andIn andIn andin
In a talk with Mayor Mahool of Balti Baltimore DaIUmore Baltimore ¬
more promised proml to grace an aviation meet meetIn meetIn meetIn
In the vicinity of Washington and Balti Baltimore Baltlmoro Baltimere ¬
more with his presence presenceThe presenceThe presenceThe
j
The party proceeded from j > ie e White WhiteHouse WhiteHouH WhiteHouse
House to the War sr Department where wheretha wherethey wherethey
tha they > inspected tho army flying machine machinemodels machinemodes machinemodels
models From there they went to the theCommercial theCommercial theCommercial
Commercial Club for luncheon After Afterthe Afterthe Afterthe
the midday meal sir automobiles con conveyed conveYed conveyed ¬
veyed tho party Pf1 ty toward College Park for forthe torlbe forthe
the official Inspection of that course courseMade courseJlncle courseMade
Made Thorough Inspection InspectionMr
Mr rr Bishop had viewed vt wed the couse on onSunday onSunda onSunday
Sunday Sunda In a flying visit isU from Baltimore Baltimoreby Ba1Umorebt Baltimoreby
by automobile but yesterday he made a apainstaking apainstaking apainstaking
painstaking Iuspectoruof luspectlol1of the fields under underthe undertbe underthe
the guidance of half ha a dozen dozo army offi officers officers 0111cers ¬
cers wading almost knee deep In mud In Inhis inhis Inhis
his walk over the huge park parkAt parkAt
At the park Mr Bishop kept silent con contenting oontenting eontandng ¬
tenting himself with brief comments on onseveral onseveral
several minor deficiencies In the field fleWwhich fieldbleh fieldwhich
which bleh the Washington enthusiasts as assured Q8sured assured ¬
sured him would be remedied r medlfd If the Aero AeroClub AcroClub AeroClub
Club decided upon the WashingtonBalti WashingtonBaltimore amlngtenBaltlmore ¬
more proposal proposalThere propolllThere proposalThere
There are several ditches of small im importance Importance importance ¬
portance In the course and Mr Ir Bishop Bishopdid Bishopdid Bishopdid
did not fail to point them out but Chair Chairman Cbalrman Chairman ¬
man Bell II told him tersely such matters matterswere IIHltterswere matterswere
were mere detail and that Washington Washingtonand WMhln Washingtonapd ton tonapd
and apd Baltimore would guarantee the flying flyingrun flyingrun ylng ylngrun
run would ba perfect when the opening openingday openingday openingday
day of the meet arrives arrivesAfter urlv9SAfter arrivesAfter
After the inspection the party p went w nt to totho totho totho
tho residence of President R R W Silves Silvester Slivatar Silveater ¬
ter of Maryland Asrlriltural College Collegewhere Collegewhere Collegewhore
where an informal tea was held Presi President prJHIIdent Prpsident ¬
dent Silvester made a chort address in inwhich Inwblch inwhich
which he offered the hospitality of the thecollege th thcollego thecollege
college in the event College Park Is Ischosen IIchosen ischosen
chosen chosenI
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I know what you want me to say saysaid nysaid saysaid
said Mr r Bishop in response but It Is Isimpossible 18Impossible isimpossible
impossible for me to make any definite definitestatement definitestatement definitestatement
statement at this time I am pleased pleasedI pleaHdwith pleasedwith
I with this course and the proximity of ofMaryland ofliaryland ofMaryiand
Maryland Agricultural College and the thegenerous thegenerous thegenerous
generous hospitality offord today will willultimately willultimatoly willultimately
ultimately help decide tho question quc Uon That Thatte ThatIs Thatis
Is all I can say s y now I thank th nk you OU for foryour torour foryour
your our consideration considerationMemorial conslderat1onIernorlnl considerationIemorlnl
Memorial Society Elects ElectsHagerstown ElcchiHagerstown EIectHagerstown
Hagerstown Md Feb 14 HThe The Laura LauraHughes L IuraHughes ura uraIiughes
Hughes Memorial Society of Hagerstown Hagerstownelected Hagerstownelected Hagorstownelected
elected the following officers President PresidentMrs PresidentIr PresidentMrs
Mrs Ir J 3 J Funk secretary Mrs lrs Marshall MarshallM MarshalllIL
M lIL Wilson treasurer Mrs Charles S SLane SLane 5Lane
Lane who with Mrs Lewis D Syester SyesterMrs SyesterIrs SyesterMrs
Mrs George B Stonobraker Mrs John K KBeckenbaugh K KBeckenbaugh KBockenbaugli
Beckenbaugh Miss Honora Showman ShowmanMrs ShowmanMrs ShowmanMrs
Mrs W Yo H Bixler Mrs William T Ham Hamilton HamIlton HamIlton ¬
ilton Jr and Mrs J V Jamison jr com compose compoee cornpose ¬
pose the executive committee committeeIlockville committeeUockvUJe committeeRockvthle
Ilockville Mason Dies DiesSpecial Dies5t DiesSpecial
Special to Tfe TIle Washington Herald HeraldRockvllle HeroldRockvl11e Bernl BernlItockville
Rockvllle Md Feb It 14CharJes Charles Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬
ward Garrett aged fiftyfive years died diedat diedat diedat
at his home this morning He had been beenill beenill
ill several years cars of an affection of the thelungs thelungs thelungs
lungs Surviving him are his wife who whowas whowas ho howas
was a Miss Long and five children He Healso H HalBa Healso
also leaves many other relatives The Thefuneral Thefuneral Thefuneral
funeral will 111 take place at 2 oclock oclockWednesday oclockWednesday oclockWednesday
Wednesday Services i will be in charge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Rockvllle lodge of Masons MasonsTito MasonsThe MnsonsThe
The Scylla nt KiiiKston KiiiKstonKingston KingstonKingstOn IIlJt ton tonKlngstonyJAmalca
Kingston KlngstonyJAmalca Jamaica Feb 14 14The The Brit British BritISh British ¬
ish cruiser Scylla arrived here from fromGreytown fromGreytown fromGreytown
Greytown Nicaragua where she has hasbean hasbeen hasbeen
been stationed for several months It is isannounced Isannounced isannounced
announced that she will not return to tothat tothat tothat
that station stationPassed stntlonPuscd stationPascd
Passed Worthless Checks ChecksNorfolk CheckorColk ChecksNorfolk
Norfolk orColk Va Feb I4J p Temple Templecharged Templecharged Templecharged
charged with passing worthless checks checksIn checksin
In this city was arrested in Petersburg PetersburgTho PeterslurgTho PetersburgThe
Tho charges were preferred by b Zachari ZachariTurner ZachnriTurner ZaclrnriTurner
Turner and Mrs J C Tyree who allege allegethat allegethat allegethat
that Temple gave them checks which whichwere whlohwere whichwere
were returned from the bank marked markedforgeries mnrledtorgerles markedforgeries
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j Third Grand Ceremonial of Veiled VeiledProphets VeiledProphets VeiledProphets
Prophets Held HeldAfter HeldAfter HeldAfter
After Fortytliree New Xe Members Arc ArcPnt ArcPut ArePut
Put Through Degrees D Sre I n Valen Valentine Vn1cntine Valentine ¬
tine Banquet la Enjoyed EnjoyedFortythree EnJoec1I EiiioyedFortythree
Fortythree victims of Kaillpolla aJ1polls Grotto GrottoNo GroUoNo GrottoNo
I No 15 Mystic Order Veiled Prophets of oftho oftho ofthe
tho Enchanted Realm were put through throughthree throughthree throughthree
three degrees for membership at the thethird thethird thethird
third grand ceremonial session of the thoorder th thor1er theorder
order held last night at the New Masonic MasonicTemple MasonicTemple r85onlcTemple
Temple TempleFollowing TempleFollowing TempleFollowing
Following the initiation about 300 merrt merrtbers meJrtbers men menhers
bers attended the banquet which was waspresided waspresided waspresided
presided over by Joseph W Collins mon monarch monaroh manarch ¬
arch of the order who acted as toast toastmaster toa toa8tmaster t tmastor
master mastorThe masterThe masterTbe
The banquet had boon specially pre prepared prepared propared ¬
pared for Valentino Va1 nttne night valentine valentinemenus valentJnemenus valentinemenus
menus and special valentines having been beenarrangd beenarrangd beenarrangd
arrangd beforehand for each guest gueatMonarch guestMonarch guestMonarch
Monarch Collins welcomed all present presentIn pr lent lentIn
In the name of the grotto tt and the entire entirecompany entirecompeny entirecompany
company joined jol ed in the chorus of There Thereis ThereIs Thereis
is Always Fair Weather When hen Good Pel Pellows Fellows PcIlows
lows Get TogGther as sunS by Roland RolandR
R Rod Roc1rlcks Roc1rlcksExtemporaneous RodricksExtemporanoosa ricks ricksExtemporaneous
Extemporaneous speaking by prominent prominentmembers promlnlltmembers prominentmembers
members prolonged the banquet until a alate alate alate
late hour hourThose bourThose hourThose
Those initiated were wereI wereII wereUsrmist
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w V A KfeBttel Philip M t AAftxd Dcrid S S Cor CorKT CorMr Corset
KT Charies F W Weitea V Mm toa Herbert H n Wratoe WlStoaJMW WeMinMotiS Bm BmJMba
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M Yo Thomas PhtlUr l a B W V Ubbey Rotort C CWHliMW CUliu1 CWilhisas
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Another important meeting in Masonic Masoniccircles MasonJcCirclos Masoniccircles
circles last night was the annual ban banquet banquet banquet ¬
quet of the Worshipful Masters Associa Association As Association ocla oclatlon ¬
tion of 1105 1 which took place at the theHotel theHotel theHotel
Hotel Gordon GordonAn GonIonAn GordonAn
An appropriate valentine programme programmewas programmeraB programmewas
was presided over by W W Jermane Jermanepresident Jermanepre Jermanepresident
president presidentWEST pre presidentWEST ldent ldentWEST
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Columbia S C Feb 14 ItSpeaklng Speaking be befor befor befor
for tho general assembly of South Caro Carolina Carolina Carelina ¬
lina tonight Senator Bailey of Texas Texasdeclared Texaseclared Texasdeclared
declared that the fate of the proposed proposedIncome prOflosedIncom6 proposedincome
Income tax amendment to the constitu constitution constitution constitution ¬
tion lay with the South Carolina legisla legislature legislature legislature ¬
ture It was his opinion that an income incometax Incometax incometax
tax would be the only means of raising raisingrevenue raisingreenuo raisingrevenue
revenue to run the government provided providedtha providedthe providedthb
the tax was decreased under a future futureDemocratic CutureDemocratic futureDemocratic
Democratic administration administrationFnlrlinnlrs ndmlnlstrlitlonFnlrlmnlrs administrationFairbanks
Fairbanks In Berlin BerlinBerlin BerlinBerlin er1ln er1lnBerlin
Berlin Feb 14 14Charles Charles W Fairbanks Fairbanksformer FairbAnksformer Fairbanksformer
former Vice President of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States arrived here last 1 st night and was wasreceived wasreceived wasreceived
received by many friends He dined at atthe attbe atthe
the American Embassy today and this thisevening thisevealng thiseVOZli4lg
evening met Dr Bethmann von Hollweg Hollwegtho HoUwegtbo IZohiwegthe
the imperial chancellor and other mem members members memhers ¬
bers of the cabinet cabinetPonnannnte cabInetPnumnnnte cabinetPussanante
Ponnannnte IN I Dead DcatlRome DcntlRome DeadRome
Rome Feb 14 14Passanante Pass nante who at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted tp t assassinate King Humbert Humb rt in inNovember Inoembcr inNovember
November oembcr isis died today In the Insane Insanessylum InsaneASylum insaneasylum
ASylum at Montelupo where he had been beenconfined beenconfined beenconfined
confined since he went mad about bout a ayear acar ayear
year car ago after suffering a long term of ofsolitary otsoUtary ofsolitary
solitary confinement confinementAslcs conftnementAl5ks confinementAsks
Asks Amnesty for Editor 13ll1torHavana EditorsHavana EditorHavana
Havana Feb H HRepres 14RepresentatIve Representative ntatlc Car Carrego Carrego Carrego
rego has introduced In the lower house of ofCongress otCongress ofCongress
Congress a bill which If it becomes a alaw alaw alaw
law will provide amnesty for the editors editorsof editorsof editorsof
of newspapers who have been imprisoned imprisonedfor
for or criticising President Gomez It is be believed bolIeved believed ¬
lieved that even If the bill passes the thePresident th thPresident thd thdPresident
President will refuse to sign it itLeoncavallo ItLeoncavnUo it itLeoncavaflo
Leoncavallo Is Ill 111Milan Illl1l1an IllMilan
Milan Feb H 14L 14Leoncavaflo Leoncavallo onc3allo the com composer cornposer ¬
poser Is seriously ilL Ill I
CANNON MTOI IS WORRIED WORRIEDSpeaks WORRIEDSpeaks NORRIEDSpeaks
Speaks from House Hon e Floor in inDefense inDefense j jI
I Defense of Rules KulesFEABS RulesFEARS EtiilesYEARS
FEARS DEMOCRATIC SUCCESS SUCCESSTcllx SUCCESSTeU SUCCESSTe11
Tcllx TeU Member If Republican Loue IolJeSight IoucSight j jSight
Sight of Th Tlu1r Ur Importance Better Iletterand IJetternnd Betterand
and AViMfr V1srMen Men 1len2P Will Come in inTheir 111TJu inTheir
Their TJu lr Places FlncelJYexed Vexed at Newspaper NewspaperAbuse liewpnverAbuIe Newspn per perAbuse
Abuse and Attacks on Him HimSpeaker 111mSpenkor RitaSpeaker
Speaker Cannon stepped down from his histhrone histhrono histhrone
throne yesterday and delivered a asp aB aspeech
sp B speech och from the th floor of the House HouseUncle HouseUncle HouseUncle
Uncle Joe started out to Indoso the therivers therlvors therivers
rivers and harbors hnrb rs bill which WM up upfor upfor
for 0 consideration before the House in inCommittee InCommit InCommittee
Committee Commit toe of the Whole but h be soon soonswitched soonswitched soonswitched
switched to the subject of newspaper nawspaparabuse neAOSPflperabuse newspaperabuse
abuse and the rules of the Howe HoweTo HoUHTo IlouseTo
To see the Speaker defending the rules rulesfrom rulestrom rulesfrom
from the floor rioor was a sight that cheered cheeredthe cheeredthe cheeredthe
the hearts of the Insurgents They took tooktho tooktho tookthe
tho Speakers words as best of evidence evidencethat evidencethat evidencethat
that he II worried over the campaign campaignbeing campal campaignbeing n nbeing
being waged against him especially the thatalk thotalk thetalk
talk of an enlargement of the rules com committee commIttee cornmltteo ¬
mittee from five to eleven members membersIt
It was the first time Ime in tho present lies session lieslion soslion ¬
lion that Uncle Joe has h spoken from the thefloor theoor thefloor
floor floorTho oorTho floorTho
Tho Speaker had handed his gavel to toRepresentative toRepreaentat1e toRepresentative
Representative Dalzell of Pennsylntnla Pennsylntnlaand
and had sauntered over to the Republican Republicanside Ropubtte8nside Republicanside
side of the chamber He was U listening listeningto
to the rather desultory debate when sad suddenly saddenly d ddenly ¬
denly the spirit seemed to move him and andup andup andup
up he jumped jumpedSayN jumpedSa jumpedSays
Says Sa 30000 BIlls Dill Are Pending PenillnGTHere FencUnirHere PendingHere
Here 18 what the Speaker had to say sayabout aayabout sayabout
about the rule of the majority in the theHouse theHoul thehouse
House HouseIn Houl houseIn
In the great grOt maw m of business bne that is iscovered lal lalcnre iscovered
covered cnre by 39000 30 Oh bins bn pending pIng before the thevarious thevarious i ivlu
various vlu committees cmmitee no roan mn ever lived livedwho lved livedwho I Iwho
who could exhaust exbWt all U 1 of them We Wemost Wemust Ve Vemt
most follow folow the te committees committeesNo eOlo
No Congress Cong6 will wl ever exist exi unless unle God GodIn Go GodIn
In His HI infinite Inante mercy lengthens le tens the hours hoursof hou houor hoursof
of the te day and IO the days dy in the te year yearIt yearI yearIt
It I Is for us 1 while we occupy opy tem temporarily temparUy ternporarlly ¬
porarily parUy the te place pe that tht we e do occupy occupyto ouP ouPto occupyto
to preserve peere the machinery mcine by which hlch a ma majority majority ¬
jority jrtr can cn transact trnc the public pblk business businessand busines businesan businessand
and an to preserve prOeIve it looking okIng into Int the faces facesof face faceof facesof
of the gentlemen gentemn on the other side ro rothat r rtbat tothat
that when the wisdom wtom of the American Americanpeopla Aeican Aeicanpplo Americanpeople
people pplo and the favor ta VOl of God Go may give giveperchance gve gveperchance giveperchance
perchance in the fullness faUue of years eas a ma majority m majorlty ¬
jority jrly te them th8 they the will wl have the rul rulAnd rules rulesfld s sana
ana fld the order ore of procedure peure the product productof prduc
of the th epe experience of ot 19 U I years yers unham unhampered unhamper unharnpored ¬
pored peredInus per poredInue
Inus nu they tfY may m run rn the business bulnes of ofthis ot ofthE5
this thi nonce Hou and a glorify glrfy in the considera consideration cnsdera cnsderaton consideration ¬
tion ton of the river rive and an harbor brI bill bi and aU aUother allother 11 11other
other bill bll bills for fo the advantage advantae not nt of men menof menof menof
of their ther organization organAtln alone alne but for all al the theMCOOCIQO theMOo theM000000
MCOOCIQO MOo people pepla And An while we seem seemingly seemIngly seemingly ¬
ingly strut stut and An fret declaim deaim and are areinterviewed areIntevlWedntanty areinterviewedconstantly
interviewed IntevlWedntanty interviewedconstantly constantly In the public publicprints pblc pblctntnottstanng publicprintsnotwithstanding
prints printsnotwithstanding tntnottstanng notwithstanding all al that that the pee people p peepie ¬
pie pe of the te United Unite State State will 11 hold respon responsible respn respnsble responsible ¬
sible sble from frm time to time tme the party prty in inpower Inpwer Inpower
power pwer for legislative lglslativ results r8ults and ad unless unlessthat unlessthat unlessthat
that party pt has ba the tE machinery mhIey and ad the theprocedure te teloeue theprocedure
procedure loeue to t achieve aciee those thC6 results relt they theywill theywill
will not nt have b ve full rul power pwer although athogh they theymay thezmy theymay
may my be in the majority majorityFake mjrty mjrtylke majorityFake
Fake lke Information Fished Flied For ForMI ForHI Forexpect
MI expect expt that we will wf continue cntnuo to re receive rccwve recalve ¬
calve all kinds klnc of correct crret information Infton and andfaked ad adfake andfaked
faked fake information Informtn that is I fished fe for here hereand hee heea hereand
and a there t8e in order that our great get metro metropolitan mto mtopitn metropolitan ¬
politan pitn journals jurnals at least lea1 some sm of ot them themmay the thornmay
may my continue c8Unue to make mke their the papers pprs from fromday fromday fromday
day to t da d like lke the Yankee made me his hisrazors blsraso hisrasors4o
razors raso rasors4o to sell sl Laughter LaughterBut Lughter LughterBut LaughterBut
But I desire dere to say sy to gentlemen lentee on onthis onUl onthis
this Ul side se of the House Ho and an to t gentlemen gentlemenon gentemen gentemeno
j on o that tht side se of the te House HO that tt out ot of 0 the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two great organizations orgnlato the minority minorityfrom minorit minoritytram
from fro time tme to time tm putting ptUnr the h be majority majorityon mjiy mjiyon
on Its It good behavior behai and a t seeking Sklng to tobecome tome tobecome
become me the te majority will wl corn come correct correctlegislation correctlegislation
j mjt c cre
legislation leto and ad correct cet appropriations appropriationsa apopr1tns apopr1tnsa
a aie 3 It we lose lO sight of our or own 0 impor importance impr imprt importanes ¬
tance t and a of o our ou own ow position tl for the thetime thete thetime
time te being bng there te will w1 come cme In our or places placesbetter pace placesbetter
better bter and wiser wiso men m who will wl not nt lose loseeight 10 10stbt ieeenibt
eight stbt of the necessity n t Where Wee responsi responsibility rep reeponeibility l lWit ¬
bility Wit rests ret there tbee must mut be b power pwer for the themajority te temjoriy themajority
majority mjoriy to move mve on onUncle onUnle onUncle
Uncle Unle Joes Jos reference reeonce to the possibility possibilityin ptblt ptbltin
in the remote future futur of o a Democratic DemocraticHouse Dmortc DmortcHouse DemocraticHouse
House was ws greeted gHt with ih laughter lqhte but It Itis I itis
is 1 likely lk ly that the th Speaker Sper intended Intede this thisas tbl thisas
as a a 8 delicate dcate hint as to what wbt might be bemore bemCe bemore
more mCe immediately Immeiely in store stor for to the Re Republican RepubUan Repubilean ¬
publican party prty if the Ue bickerings blckern 1 and con controversies contoverle controversies ¬
troversies toverle within wihin the party pty continue continueThere ctnue continueThere
There is no doubt dobt that tht Undo Joe is ismore Ismre ismore
more mre exercised eecls at this t1ls time tme than tn he has hasever ha haeve hasever
ever eve been bn before befoe over 018 the possibility psiblity of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the success sC6 of the te movement against ainst him himUncle blmUnle himUncle
Uncle Unle Joe h ha has a spent nt a a lot of time tme re recently recanOy recentiy ¬
cently on o the floor f of the House hob bobbers hobisobbing ¬
nobb isobbing with 1th and buttonholing uttonholng the mem membr memborn
born br and 1 his obvious obvi desire deire to be agree agreeable agreeale agreeable ¬
able ale has excited ecied comment commentBefore cmment continentBofore
Before he referred referre to the te rule rle of the themajority te temnjrtr themajority
majority mnjrtr in the House Hou the Speaker Spke had hadturned hadtune badturned
turned tune his mind back oek to the time tme when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he voted tO for the creation cre to of th th the Missis Mississippi Mississippi Mississlppi ¬
sippi River Commission He said that tht he hehail hehl hehad
hail hl to meet nlet the opposition opition then of the thegreat th thegreat
great s at papers pe in Chicago and justify jU8U his hisvote blsote hisvote
vote ote to an agricultural agrIculural district districtBut ditrict ditrictBut districtBut
But I thanked thanke God Go then as I thank thankGod tank tankG thankGod
God G now said sid the Speaker that that thatconstituency thatconstuey thatconstituency
constituency constuey had the breadth bredth and an intelli intelligence InteJ intelilgence ¬
gence and the patriotism patriotsm to stand stan by me meat meat meat
at the polls pollsThe pais paisThe pollsThe
The Speaker Spaker said sad that tht he had gathered gatheredenough gthere gatheredenough
enough kindergarten Instruction Instructon on o his hisrecent hisreent hisrecent
recent reent trip down the Mississippi Mllsslppl River Riverto Rherto Riverto
to feel justified justfo for his former forer vote and andalso andalso andalso
also to Justify Justfy his voting oUng for and an sup supporting supUng supporting ¬
porting Ung the present preent river and habor habr bill billas bU billas
as a member meb of Congress CongressWe CongressWe CongressWe
We have have SWdOOOO OO people pepe in this thi coon country con contl coontr3 ¬
try tl now said sid the Speaker Spker When fully fullypopulated f fullypopulated II
populated poplate and An developed den lpe we will wU have bave baveiOo haveAlready
500000000 iOo Already Alredy we have almost almot one onehalf oneh onehalf
half h of the railroad rlrod mileage mlOge of the earth earthcarrying erth erthcarrying earthcarrying
carrying onethird of the products of the thecivilised te techmH theclvlliwl
civilised chmH world back bck and nd forth to the thamarket themarkot themarket
market markot Long before bet re the 600000000 600 people peoplearu pople poplert peopleare
are rt here heo if I we are to depend 11epnd alone alO on ontransportation ontriprtatlon ontranportation
transportation triprtatlon by h rail fAi we will 11 have hv to tomultiply tomultplr tomultiply
multiply multplr tho railroad ralroad mileage by b two by bythree b bthree bythree
three and even by four fourI fourdo
I do not care the Speaker Spaker added addedCAUSE adde addeCAUSE addedCAUSE
CAUSE OF ECZEMA EXPLAiEB EXPLAWEDIAfter EXPLAiEBAfter
After years of debate debte medical meical medicaIauthori medicaIauthorities authori authorities authorlUes ¬
ties are now agreed agree that Eczema Eeeta and andother Andother andother
other skin diseases are not notsete notseated seated in the theblftod theblhod thebicod
blftod hut are caused cuse by b myriads m Tiat9 of ofmlcrascopic ofmlcrvscopic ofInfciscopic
mlcrascopic animals gnawing gawlng the flesh fleshjust fleetijust e
just below the epidermis The patient rmtlentIs pUet pUetIs patientis
Is perfectly plrflty healthy healhy It i Is only the skin skinthat sln slnthRt skinthat
that is diseased diseasedHence dieased dieasedHeme diseasedHence
Hence scientists sclentit are ar now agreed a eo that thatyou thatyou thatyou
you must cure ure the skin through the skin skinThe skinThe skinThe
The medicine must be b in liquid lquid form in inorder Inorer inorder
order orer to penetrate properly prprhr And Andw w we can Cn Cnsa cansay j
say sa with confidence cnfidenco that we have the true trueremedy tue tuertmfy trueremedy
remedy rtmfy for Eczema In our store storeThe s store storeThe or orThe
The instant you wash sh with wih this thl sooth soothing soothinp soothin ¬
ing in liquid lquid you will wi find fnd the Itch relieved relievedwe reUeede
inp we e positively poItvely assure you of this Will Willyou Wi Willyou
you ou try a bottle hotte tit lt only 25c on our ourrecommendation ourrecommend ourrecommendation
recommendation recommend a Hon Ask for D D D D Pre Prescription Prefrlption Prorcription ¬
scription frlption Henry Henr Evans IOCS 1O F st nw
Peoples Drug Store 7th tli st and Mass Massave Massave Massave
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Bulletin BulletinWASHINGTONS BulletinWASHINGTONS
WASHINGTONS BIRTHDAY BIRTHDAYAT BIRTHDAYAT BIRTHDAYAT
AT THE SEASHORE SEASHOREWashingtons SEASHOREVashingtons SEASHOREWashingtons
Washingtons Birthday marks the opening of f the spring springseason sring sringseason springseason
season at the seashore which reaches its it climax cimax of popularity popularityon popularit
on Easter Sunday As Washingtons Vashingons Birthday is is a national nationalholiday nationalholday nationalholiday
holiday holday and nd falls fals this year on Tuesday Tueday it presents prcsent an excel excellent ecel ecellcnt excellent ¬
lent opportunity for an outing at one of the popular ppular resorts resortsNo reor resortsNo
No resort in the world offers ofers more attractions attracions during durng the theearly theeary theearly
early eary spring spring season than Atlantic Atantic City Its It great hotels are arefilled arefled arefilled
filled fled with the wealth wealh and fashion of the land its it fivemile fivemileBoardwalk fvemie fvemieBoardwalk fivemileBoardwalk
Boardwalk on the verge of the sea encourages encurage exercise exercse in in the theinspiriting te teinspiriting themspiritmg
inspiriting air or one may enjoy the oceans sweep from fro the theshelter theshelter theshelter
shelter of a rolling folng chair Amusement features of all kinds kindsincluding knds kndsincuding kindsincluding
including incuding one of the best bet golf gol courses course in the United States Statesadd State Stateadd Statesadd
add to the zest of a stay stayCape stayCpe stayCape
Cape Cpe May with its it equable euable climate cimate its it magnificent magnifccnt beach beachits heac beachits
its exceptionally fine fne golf gol course and its it excellent ecelent hotels hotelsattracts hote1 liotc1 liotc1attracts
attracts atract the Lenten guest guestWildwood guet guestWildwdod
Wildwood Vidw od Ocean City Asbury Park and Long L Branch Branchalso Brah Brahalso Branchalso
also extend a cordial crdial invitation to enjoy their hospitality hospitalityThe hopitatr hopitatrThe hospitalityThe
The Pennsylvania Railroad is the great highway to t tie tieNew te teNew theNew
New Jersey Seacoast Seacast from all al points pint Excursion tickets tiket ticke with withliberal wit withliberal
liberal lberal return limits lmits may be obtained obtined from practically practcaUy every everystation eerystation everystation
station on the Pennsylvania Railroad Rairoad System Any agent will willgladly wi willgladly
gladly furnish full ful information regarding rates of fare and andtrain andtrain andtrain
train service
ATLANTIC ATTIC CITY RESORTS HESORTSie RESORTSThe SORTS SORTSI
I Te The ie Winter and Early EarlyAt EarlySpring EarlySpring
Spring Days DaysAt
At Atlantic Atantc City are delightful delightfulThe deIghtrul deIghtrulThe delightfulThe
The Climate is ideal idealThe Ieat IeatTho IdealThe
The Worldfamous Boardwalk is isnever Isnever isnever
never more attractive attractiveThe attractiveThe attractiveThe
The Country Countr Club Is at its It best bestThe bestThe bestThe
The ocean piers and Casino are arcmost aremost aremost
most enjoyable enjoyableDirectly enjoYble enjoYbleHOTEL enjoyableHOTEL
HOTEL HOTELDENNIS HOTELDENNIS
DENNIS I IDINcty
I IDirectly
Directly DINcty on the theocen ocean front frontS Is al always alwaY always ¬
ways waY open opn and ad so equipped eQulppe as a to tobe tobe tobe
be an ideal Idel home for guests guestt at all allseasons aUSe8ns allseasons
seasons Se8ns of the year yearWALTER year1JALTEP ear earWALTER
WALTER JT 1 s BUZBT BUZBTATLAXTIC BTZBYHOTEL BVZBYHOTEL
HOTEL TRAYMORE TRAYMOREATLXTIC
ATLANTIC CiTY CTY X J JOpen JOpen 3Open
Open Throughout Tbru hout the tie Year YearFamous Yea YeaFAo VearFentous
Famous FAo u tia hot hcui tt l with wth erery ae modern me con coaTostence c conyetaeace
Tostence ri and an aU u > omforts cmfons < < tutne tutneTRAYMORE btmeTRU1IRE btweTRX1iORE
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Ones f O I Marquetre laee alan4t te Mgr Jlg Igr D S White He HeHOTEL Prefi PrefiAMERICAN PreeHoL
HOTEL HoL RUDOLF RUDOLFAMERCAN RUDOLFAMERICAf
AMERICAN AMERCAN AND EUROPEAN EUROPEANSpecial EUROPEASpecial EUROPEA4Special
Special Winter Rates Now Prevailing PrevailingRenovated Pre Preiaili PreiailiRenocated ainI ainIReot
Renovated Reot and RefurnUiod RelrnUc Throughout ThroughoutDirectly Togbt ThronghoetDirectly
Directly Dry on o the te Beach Bc with unobstructed uoU view of oftbe atthe
the ocean on and an Hoard lrwil 1kaeilk vi Ik 400 tO Oceanview Oc1e Kooms Uom en enitiite enff entulte
itiite ff with wth 100 hO pirate Jite teawater Iwte baths bths Horn HO for torVa Ifr IfrIbiajoiD forVabicgtoeians
Va Vabicgtoeians IbiajoiD bistocia3 in Atlantic ta ti City Ctr A S Rokeyser RokeyserManager Ruk RukeyerManager
Manager 1D For ro further furher information nfoaton write mte to RttdeU RttdeUor RldaU RldaUor
or pbocM to t Harveys laTers Restaurant Retulnt M 3093 JOEL JOEtUILLMAN JOEl JOELUILL3IA
UILLMAN ULUIAX UILL3IA Pst Pt Rudolf Ruf Hotel Co CoGALEN Co CoGALEN CaGALEN
GALEN HALL HALLHOTEL HALLHOTEL HALLHOTEL
HOTEL AND A D SANATORIUM SANATORIUMATLANTIC SA SANATORIUMATLAT1C ATOmml ATOmmlATTC
ATLANTIC ATTC CITY CT N J JWltk JWlU JWith
With WlU its is elegant det ontnfort < it its superior table end aadMrrtee Itd5eT endterThe
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attradaau k to aa 0 ideal place for the winter Alwaji Alwajiepos Aiwatoven lwa1 lwa10IJtJR
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detlr d Uy Booklet SAMUEL R ELLIS ELLISUCU ELLISUEW ELLIS1IcijJ
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steam CIm heat elevator Mrs N F P PHILLIPS PHILLIPSPONCE PllILLIPSPONCE PHILLIPSPONCE
PONCE DE LEON LEONVirsteia LEONirilJb LEONVirieta
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Special 6 1 Spring rates ALFRED B GRINDROD GRINDRODabout GRL GRIDRODabout DROD DRODabout
about alrng grievances about newspa newspaper newspaper newapaper ¬
per and magazine attacks It is their theirprivilege theirprivilege theirprivilege
privilege I recollect that on the recent recenttrip recenttrip recenttrip
trip down the Mississippi a great enter enterprising enterprising enterpricing ¬
prising metropolitan Journal Issued dally dallywith dailywith fl11Y fl11Ywith
with the aid of the local publishers along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the way wa a paper paperWhen paperWhen paperWhen
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from New ew Orleans from the criticisms criticismsthat crltlclsmsthat criticismsthat
that I had received ana that many others othershad othershad othershad
had received not founded upon correct correctInformation correctInformation correctinformation
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made me wonder whether I was afoot afootor arootor afootor
or on horseback horsebackwhether whether I was I or orsomebody orsomebody orsomebody
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