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Condemnation Suit Begun Begunf Begunfor
f t for Workhouse Site SiteLAND SiteLAND SiteLAND
Tract Near Occoquan Fairfax Coait Coaitty County
ty f Consisting of 100 Acres Acr eJ Want Wanted Wnntej ¬
ed by b District DistrlctMra Mr lr Feudal Die DieAfter DieAfter Dies DiesAfter
After Short Xllnuin Il1nc411GoV 111ne Gov Maim to toExamine toExomlne toExamine
Examine Into Schultz Murder MurderF
F Clinton on Knight K C5 K King street Im Alexandria AlexandriaVa AlexandriaVa A AVa
Va In II > authorized thotlud ns ageat gtRt at and carrier for The Washington Wash Washiiigtoa Washlrton
iiigtoa lrton Herald The Herald will ill be delivered dafly daflyend daft daftInd daftand
end Sunday to any addrew addr in Alexandria Alcn dria for EO EOcents 0 Oeenta 0cents
cents a month monthWASHINGTON monthWASHINGTON monthWASHINGTON
SS Kiac K I Street StreetAlexandria StreetAlexandria StreetAlexandrla
Alexandria Va Feb Stowlng M Owing to the theInability theInability theinability
Inability of owners and the attorney gen general gMeral goneral ¬
eral to reach a satisfactory agreement agreementcondemnation agreomentcondemnation agreementcondemnation
condemnation proceedings have been inatituted in instituted Instituted ¬
stituted In the United States District DistrictCourt DlstrleCourt DistrictCourt
Court at Richmond against a tract of ofland otland ofland
land near Occoquan Fairfax County Countyconsisting Counlyconsisting Countyconsisting
consisting of about 1200 acres which the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government desires as a site for the Dis District DistrIct District ¬
trict workhouse The purchase price it itis ItIs itis
is said will m be about 30000 30000The Ot10QThe OO OOThe
The owners are residents of Fairfax FairfaxCounty FairfaxCounty FairfaxCounty
County Tho list follows L A Donty DontyT
T D Violett J I L Dawson James T TDatvson TDawson I IDrwson
Dawson Teresa Dawson Catherine CatherineHoU C CHolt CHolt
Holt W V S Lynn George Selecman Julia JuliaG JuliaG JuliaF
G F Selfoman Selrj man Redman S Selternan SelternanGeorge SeleenranGeorge lacman lacmanGeorge
George A Selecman SelecmanMrs SelecmaMrs SeleemanMrs
Mrs FendaH wife of William E Fen Fendall Fondall on ondall
dall died this morning at her home 219 219South 2ttSouth 2I 2ISouth
South Alfred street following flowln a a brief briefillness brier1llness briefillness
illness Besides her husband she is sur survived survhed survived ¬
vived by three children cbUdrenAlgeron Algeron C Chal Chalmers Chalmers Chalmers ¬
mers and David Twigge Chalmers the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter of the University Unl ralty of Virginia and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs William Bryant of Baltimore one onesister onesister onesister
sister and two brothers Mrs William WilliamTwombly WilliamTwombly WilliamTwombly
Twombly of Via Reggio Italy William WilliamHeyward WilliamHyward WilliamHeyward
Heyward Myers general manager of th thPennsylvania the thePennsylvania thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad and MaJ John JohnTwlggs JohnTvlggs JohnTwiggs
Twlggs Myers U S M C She was wasdaughter a adaughter adaughter
daughter of the late Gen A C Myers MyersIJ MyersU MyersU
U S A subsequently subsequently quartermaster quartermastergeneral quertermutergeneral quartermastergeneral
general C S A The funeral will take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place at noon Saturday from St Pauls PaulsEpiscopal PaulsEpiscopal PaulsEpiscopal
Episcopal Church ChurchGov ChurchGov ChurchGov
Gov Mann has written a letter to At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Lewis Lo is H Machen representing representingone
one of the quartet of negroes convicted convictedof Qonyict d dof
of the murder of Walter F Schultz and andsentenced andsentenced andsentenced
sentenced to be electrocuted March 12 12In 1 1tn 1in
In which ho says he will examine Into Intothe Intothe Intothe
the case following the adjournment of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the legislature legislatureMrs legislatureMrs legislatureMrs
Mrs Jean C W Yateman has sold to toMrs toMrs toMrs
Mrs Mamie C Rishelll a 8 building lot at atthe atthe atthe
the southeast corner of Queen and Colum Columbus Columbus Columbus ¬
bus streets A deed of conveyance oonvoyancorecorded was wasrecorded wasrecorded
recorded today todayt todayAn todayAn
t An oyster o ster supper was held tonight at atOdd atOdd atOdd
Odd Fellows Hall by tho congregation congregationof
of the Methodist Protestant Church It Itwill Itwl1l Itwill
will be continued tomorrow and Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day evenings Tho Ladle Lad 1011 Aid Society Societyof Societyot
of the First Baptist Church will give an anoyster anoyster anoyster
oyster supper at Lee Camp Hall next nextTuesday nextTuesday nextTuesday
Tuesday evening eveningRev eveningRev eveningRev
Rev Charles D Bulla paster of Methodist Metho Methodist tlethodlst ¬
dist Episcopal Church South will deliver delivera
a lecture on The Yosemite Valley In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Young Peoples Building of the Moth Methodist Mothodist Mothodist ¬
odist Episcopal Church tomorrow night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The Young Mens Sodality basketball basketballteam basketbanteam basketballteam
team tonight defeated a team from thePatent the thePatent thtlPatent
Patent Office of Washington by IS to toJOINT i iJOINT L LJOINT
Officers of Washington Branch of ofG otG ofG
G A 1 R Begin Duties DutiesAccounts DatiesAccounts DutiesAccounts
Accounts of stewardships were given givenby lhenby givenby
by retiring officers and pledges made by bytheir bjtheir bytheir
their successors last night at a Joint in installation installation installation ¬
stallation of the Department of the Po Potomac Potomac Potomac ¬
tomac and the Womens Relief Corps In InG inG inG
G A R Hall HallThose HallThose HallThose
Those who had just closed a year of ofofficial otofficial ofofficial
official service 8rvco were extolled In words and andgifts andgifts andgifts
gifts and those who took up the work workwere workwere workwere
were given the assurance as urance of confidence confidenceFloral confld confidenceFloral nce nceFloral
Floral gifts were presented and greet greetings greetings greetings ¬
ings of good were extended extendedThe extondedThe extendedThe
The following officers were Installed Installedby Installedby installedby
by George H Slaybaugh H A Johnson Johnsondepartment Johnsondepartment Johnsondepartment
department commander George C Roes Roessenior Roessenior Roessenior
senior vice commander J u Bloodgood BloodgoodJunior BloodgoodJunior Bloodgoodjunior
Junior vice commander Dr Thomas Cal Calver Caler Calver
ver er medical director N S Miller lIIer chap chaplain chaplain chaplain ¬
lain R H Maroellis Edward Webster WebsterW
W L Schmalhoff E i F Davis and J JW JButcher JN
W Butcher councllmen councllmenMrs councllmenMrs councilmenMrs
Mrs Anna Peck conducted the serv services servIces services ¬
ices for the Womens Relief Corps CorpsThe CorpsThe CorpsThe
The following wore Installed Mrs Nora NoraB KoraB NoraB
B Atkinson president Mrs Fannie E EWorden EWorden EWorden
Worden senior vice president Mrs Fan Fannie Fannie Fannie ¬
nie M Page junior vice Ice president restdent Mrs MrsEdith MrsEdith MrsEdith
Edith Emerson treasurer Mrs Julia JuliaWest JuliaWest JuliaWest
West Hamilton chaplain The executive executiveboard executiveboard executiveboard
board Is composed of Mrs Ida Fergu Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson ¬
son Mrs Grlnnag Mrs RItner Mrs MrsMary MrsMary MrsMary
Mary Mangum and Mrs Robinson RobinsonGuatemala RobinsonGuatemalas RobinsonGuatemalas
Guatemalas Debt DebtAnnouncement DebtAnnouncement DebtAnnouncement
Announcement was made some days da 8 agothat ago agothat agothat
that Guatemala had arranged in the theUnited thetnlted theUnited
United States for tho refunding of her herdebt herdebt
debt It Is authoritatively stated that this thisannouncement thisannouncement
announcement widely published In the theAmerican theAmerican
American press was arranged No such sucharrangement sucharrangement
arrangement has been made or contem contemplated contemplated contemplated ¬
Canvass for Industrial School SchoolW SchoolW
W C Chance president and founder of ofthe ofthe
the Higgs Industrial School at Parmele ParmeleN
N C Is In Washington making a gen general general ¬
eral canvass for funds for the maintenance mainte maintenance mainterance ¬
nance of the school The Higgs Institute InstituteIs
Is an Industrial training school for the thenegro thenegro
negro youth
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John Drew in Inconstant George At8S At8SA At ail ailA 331A
A eharroiNfi IItrnl g comedy translated from the thePreset theFre thePreach
Preset Fre c l Is which Mr Drew Dr tf and clever Mary MaryIfetead lIlIlJDokIIII llsryIehM
Ifetead have mTeCIIIte some deUeieus scenes The Drew Drewbrand Drewmoo Drewnand
brand et comedy COOled which bleb exhilarates but neter neteroffends neterde neverefiwds
offends de ds
DwUn Farnum ia Cameo Kirby At 82 82A SmlI 8 8As
A As lI American play full of strong Mntiaent Mntiaentand reDUmentIJId eentimeatcad
and character with an atmosphere of a ro romantic r0mantic romantle ¬
mantic period of native lostor history Au excellent excellentsupporting excclltntAwortln excellentseDiotina
supporting company companyTHE companJTIlE cocapanJTHE
Do W4IIf W H Hopper in Tho Matinea Matinee IdolAt Idrt At 815 8U5The 815Tha 815The
The farerito farceur in a a straight comedy comedynle comedyni comedyrle
nle ni surrounded by a D company of pretty girls girlsclew 6irIstellofcomedlan9 girlsdever
clew fellowcomedians doing a most at attractive attIIIsl attraatiee ¬
tractive tIIIsl soce comedy comedyCHASES comtdrCHASaS caned canedCHASMS
Pdita Vaudeville At 213 21 and 815 815Little 815LIttle S15Little
Little Chip and Mary Marble the KItamwa KItamwaJaps KhamwraJapa KilameraJags
Jags and a progmumie of general excellence excellenceThree es excellenceTHS lencc lenccTHB
Three Veefc teka At 816 816Dramatization 816DrADIaUMttGn
Dramatization Dran atiutke of EHncr Glyna f fnorol fa faDOd famoes famoesneed
DOd played by a II amble enmpanyTILE company companyTHE com nr nrTIlE
TIlE CASINO CASINOContinuous cSISOOnti CASINOCanttaissea
Continuous Onti VaudiTiltaPreni yldULlIr m 1130 > a m to 11 1110 p m mA mA mA
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Hts HIIMoI WaW > jVteol lWhed WWUer and Bell Joe Demise DemisitCA DemiagS
S 0 CA and the Xoarea Swore SworeTHH StatersThe SWorsTHB
The Wager Girts At 25 Z and 815 815THE 815TUB 815TIIR
Pat Whites Gaiety OWSAt Glrfc At 215 and 815 815PBESTON 815PRESTON 815PRESTON
The Turning Turnln Point olnt io Have Im Immediate Immedlnte Immediate ¬
mediate Broadway Dronda Production ProductionThe ProlluctlotlThe ProductionThe
The Turning Point by b Preston Gib Gibon GlblIOn GibIon
lIOn on will not appear In Washington next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week as has been advertised advertisedMr adv advortisodMr rUsed rUsedMr
Mr Gibson yesterday received a long longdistance longdistance longdistance
distance telephone message from Lee LeeShubert LeeShubert LeeShubert
Shubert In New York to the effect that thatas thatall thatas
as Ute play pia has made such an excel excellent excellent excellent ¬
lent impression impr lon he believed It eminentlyfitted eminently eminentlyfitted omlnentlytitted
fitted to appear at once on Broadway BroadwayThe BroadwayThe BroadwayThe
The play will open on Saturday night in inNew inNew inNew
New Haven and will go direct to NewYork New NewYork NewYork
York appealing there at the Hackett HackettTheater HackettTheater HackettTheater
Theater TheaterI Theater11m
I 11m am m much gratified said Mr Gib Gibson Gibson Gibson ¬
son to think that the Shuberts feel that thatmy thatmy thatmy
my play is good enough to open In New NewYork NewI NewYork
York Ordinarily OrdinarII a new play is given givena
I a tryout in smaller cities first and If IfIt Ifit ifit
It makes good It is presented in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York I also am sorry BOrr to have to dis disappoint disappoint disappoint ¬
appoint my many friends here who had hadarranged hadarranged hadarranged
arranged for seats However a special specialtrain sp specialtrain clal claltrain
train load of wellknown Washingtonians Washingtonianswill Vashlngtonlanswill
will go to N New w York to see the opening openingperformance openingpertormance openingperformance
performance performanceAntlrevr pertormanceAnllrc1T performanceAndrew
Andrew Mack in A Prince of Dobcmia Do Bohemia DoJlemla ¬
hemia bcmiaThe hemiaThe JlemlaThe
The perfection of ofthe the Shubert booking bookingsystem bookingsystem bookingsystem
system is shown by the fact that no nosooner nosooner nosooner
sooner had It been decided in the New NewYork NeWI NewYork
I York offices of the firm to switch The TheTurning TheI TheTurning
I Turning Point to tho Hackett Theater Theaterthan Theaterthan Theaterthan
than the representative repret ntatle of Lew Fields Fieldswas Fieldswas Fieldswas
was on his way to Washingtonto Washlngto to make makearrangements makearrangements makearrangements
arrangements for the substitution at the theBelasco theBelasco theBelasco
Belasco Theater of Andrew Mack in A APrince APrlneo APrince
Prince of Bohemia Mr Mack ack is ap appearing appearing ¬
pearing 1 > this season under the manage management management management ¬
ment of Mr Fields and the musical musicalcomedy musicalcomedy musicalcomedy
comedy in which he has made such a amarked amarked amarked
marked hit J t is by J Hartley Manners Mannersthe 1IrannQtthe Mannersthe
the wellknown playwright with music musicby musicby musicby
by A Baldwin Sloane and lyrics by B BRay ERay LRay
Ray Goetz The supporting company is isheaded Isheaded Isheaded
headed by Miss Christie MacDonald and andthere andtbere andthere
there are many new and beautiful chorus choruseffects choruseffeeta choruseffects
effects devised and staged by New Way Wayburn Wayburn Wayburn
burn burnThe burnThe burnThe
The advance sale of seats for A Prince Princeof Princeot Princeof
of Bohemia Is now In progress at the theBelasco theBeiuoo theBeiasco
Belasco Theater TheaterLAUDS TheaterLAUDS TheaterLAUDS
Director Ralph Pays Compliment to toClerkM toCIerI toClerks
Clerks CIerI at Bankers Meeting MeetingJoseph MeetingJoseph UeetfnJJoseph
Joseph E Ralph director of the Bureau Bureauof Bureauor Bureauof
of Engraving and Printing paid the em employes employes employes ¬
ployes of that establishment a glowing glowingtribute glowingtribute glowingtribute
tribute last night in an address before beforetho beforetho beforethe
tho Washington Chapter of American AmericanBankers AmericanBankers AmericanBankers
Bankers at Its headquarters 1214 F street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest northwestI northwestThere northwestThere
I There has been much unjust comment commentof
of late reflecting upon the bureau and andIts andIts andits
Its employes regarding the loss of four
10 notes But when I state that the bu bureau bureau bureau ¬
reau employes last year handled 3O 30ft <
000000 1000000000 revenue stamps and
12000000000 postage stamps and only onlywent ro rowont 40wont
wont astray and not one stamp was lost lostI
I pay them the highest compliment possi possible possIble possible ¬
ble said Mr Ralph RalphI
I do not believe ho added there Is Isanother isanother isanother
another body of employes In the world worldamong worldamong worldamong
among whom the standard of honesty honestyfaithfulness honestyfalthfulnes honestyfaithfulness
faithfulness and Industry Is so high as It Itis ItIs itis
is with the servants of the Bureau of ofEngraving otEngravlng ofEngraving
Engraving and Printing PrintingMr PrintingMr PrintingMr
Mr Ralph exhibited a bank note which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he has been at work on and which he hebelieves hebelieves hebelieves
believes will meet with the approval o obankers of ofbankers ofbankers
bankers He wants a portrait of some somedistinguished somedistinguished omedistinguished
distinguished man on every note and andthinks nnlJthinks andthinks
thinks notes of tho same saJ11e denomination denominationshould denominationshould denominationshould
should bear the same face whether gold goldor goldor goldor
or silver certificates certificatesI
411 I am for a a simple note he told the thebankers thebankers thebankers
bankers It makes It possible for the thebank thebank thebank
bank employes to become familiar with withthem withthem withthem
them and In this way counterfeits can canbe canbe canbe
be easily detected providing the clerks clerkswill c1erksw1l1 clerkswill
will just give the tools they handle the theproper theproper theproper
proper study One of the notes lately latelymissed latelymissed latelymissed
missed at the bureau passed through one oneof one oneot oneof
of the banks without the seal and num number number number ¬
ber and was not even detected detectedWestern detectedWestern detectedWestern
Western Reserve Grads to Meet MeetThe MeetThe MeetThe
The annual reunion of the alumni of ofWestern ofWestern ofWestern
Western Reserve University will take takeplace takeplace
place at the Arlington Hotel Tuesday Tuesdayevening Tuesdayevening I I Iovenlng
evening at 630 oclock President Thwing Thwlngwill Thwingw111 Thwingwill
will arrive that morning for the dinner dinnerand dinnerand i
and will remain in Washington several severaldays severaldays
days I
Here is natures way yay A splendid head headof headof headiIi
AII iIi of hair and a scalp free from dandruff dandruffWhat dandruffVhat dandruffWhat
What is your Nay Short stubby hair hairAnd hairAb hairi
i And a regular storm of dandruff How Howdo Howout HowDOLIC
Ab DOLIC out do you like our way Use Ayers Ayer > s HairVigor Hair HairVigor HairVigor
Vigor and be happy It stops falling fallinghair fallinghair fallinghair
I hair destroys dandruff and makes the thehair theA
Your Your A 1 hair grow why hesitate in doubt doubtAfraid d doubtAfraid ° ubt ubtAfraid
I wM
Afraid your hair may be injured Then Thenask Thenask Thenask
e ask your doctor Ask him all abouta about aboutAyer
ilrilt HaIr p AyersHair Ayers Ayer > s Hair Vigor Never use a hairpreparation hairI hair bairpreparation
I lull I preparation he cannot endorse endorsee endorseilrilt endorseDoes endorseDoes endorseDoes
Does not Color the Hair IJ
J C G Aycr Company Lowell Low It Mass
Continued to CSBATE tlnued front Page One Onewith Onewith Iie Iiewith
with numbers on it and a picture of the theCapitol theCapitol theCapitol
Capitol at the top The numbers represented repre represented represented ¬
sented all tho passions that had escaped escapedPandoras escapedPandoras escapedPandoras
Pandoras box all the temptations that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would befall a youth outh who is growing up upThere upThere upThere
There was also a little totem with num numbers numbars numbars ¬
bars on It that he used to spin spinIf spinIt spinIf
If you spun it said he and It Itlanded Itlanded itlanded
landed on one of the th bad places In tho thosquare thosquarethat thesquarethat
square squarethat that is one o or or the bad passions passionsyou passlonsOU passionsyou
you OU had to go back liut out If you escaped escapedthe escapedthe escapedthe
the bad places you went on up to the thegreat thegreat he hegreat
great Capitol of the United States at the thetop thetop thetop
top and would be In the United States StatesSenate StatesSonate StatesSenate
Need of Clean Life LifeI
I saw a a big fellow standing up there therepointing therepoIntIng therepointing
pointing to the presiding officers chair chairand chairand chairand
and I wanted to know of ma If iI 1 would wouldget wouldI wouldget
I get there She told me that if I would wouldlead wouldlead wouldlead
lead a clean life and form no bad habits habitsI
I would ba sure to get here She never nevertold nevertold nevertold
told a a story In her life and I knew it itwas Itwas itwas
was true God helping me I got there thereyesterday thereyostGrday thereyesterday
yesterday yesterdayIn
In all my life Senators that thing has hasstuck hasstuck hasstuck
stuck to me and every time I wanted wantedto
to do wrong I saw one of those passions passionson
on that board I have never made this thisnjiblic thiswblle thisppbitc
njiblic until now I thought this was the theplace theplac theplace
place plac to do it itI itI ItI
I am a peculiar sort of genius geniusnot geniusnotmuch geniusnotmuch not notmuch
much of a genius either the Senator Senatorwent Senatorwent Senatorwant
went on but I have got a thimbleful of ofcommon ofcommon ofcommon
common sense for use occasionally and I Iwant Iwant Iwant
want to use It now to the best advan advantage advantage advantage ¬
tage tageI
I have had a varied life I was born borna
a multimillionaire very unhappily too toofor toofor toofor
for I never saw one of thorn that was washappy washappy washappy
happy yot and I never was washapp happy my myself mysell myself ¬
self until I got rid of my millions The Thelargest Thelarg Thelargest
largest larg 5t portion of it went to feed the thelarge theh1rge thelarge
large number of slaves that I unfortunate unfortunately ¬
ly inherited and tho rest I spent on my myfriends mytrlonds myfriends
friends like a gentleman and got rid of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Incumbrance Laughter LaughterI
I have been listening to speeches here herevery herevery herevery
very carefully and the mere I heard heard of ofthe otthe ofthe
the speeches tho sorrier I felt for the themillionaires themllUGnalres themillionaires
millionaires Thank God I am not one oneany oneany oneany
any more I heard the Senator from fromArkansas tramArkansaS fromArkansas
Arkansas Jeff Davis the other day daymake daymake daymake
make a speech in which he abused abusedRockefeller abusedRockefeller abusedRockefeller
AH Pay Attention AttentionHere AttcntlonHero AttentionHere
Here Senator SenatoIDepew Depew Senator Bailey Baileyand Balle Balleand Baileyand
and a few other members left their seats seatsand seatsand eats eatsand
and moved over where they could hear hearbetter l1earbotter hearbetter
better while Senator Heyburn Senator SenatorKean SenatorKean SenatorKean
Kean and a few others dropped their theirbooks thoirbooks theirbooks
books and began to listen Senator SenatorLodge SenntorLodgo SenatorLodge
Lodge looked as if he did not know knowwhether knowwhether knowwhether
whether to be shocked or pleased pleasedr I II
I cannot help sympathizing with a afellow atell afellow
fellow tell ow said the picturesque Misslssip Misslssippian Mlsslsslpplan Mississipplan
plan that everybody is cussing And AndI
I never could see what they cussed him himCor himfor j jfor
for unless It was that he had more moremoney moremoney J Jmoney
money than anybody an body else o1s and I do not notthink notthink notthink
think that is I ik any fault but a misfor misfortune misfortune misfortune ¬
tune tuneI
I lorn am sorry for a man in his condi condition condition condition ¬
tion when a a man cannot go out on the thestreet thetr6et thestreet
street tr6et and have even his little grand grandchildren grandchildren grandchildren ¬
children walk in sight of him him without withoutthreats withoutthreats withoutthreats
threats that they will be killed I know knowthe knowthe knowthe
the old fellow loves those children bet better better better ¬
ter than all the gold in his vaults and andhe nndhe andhe
he would not be a human being if he did didnot didnot didnot
Praise for Rockefeller RockefellerI
I am going to say s something that isunpopular Is Isunpopular Isunpopular
unpopular in my section of the coun country country country ¬
try and If I were an officeseeker I Imight Imight Imight
might be tempted to go wrong but I Ialways Ialways Ialways
always did say before my people what Ij Ijthought I Ithought Ithought
thought was right I think that Sir SirRockefeller MrRockefeller lr lrRocketeller
Rockefeller Is a a good man and I am amgoing nmgoing amgoing
going to think so until somebody shows showsme showsme showsme
me that he has done wrong I see his hisemployes hisemployes hisemployes
employes very often and I never saw sawone eawone sawone
one who did not speak well of him I Iam Iam Iam
am told that he never had a strike among amonghis amonghis amonghis
his employee employeeI
I am told also that he has given more moremillions moreml1llonsI moremillionsI
millions ml1llonsI I do not think much of him for forthat forthat forthat
that because he had more than he had hadany hadany hadany
any use for forbut but he has given it to the thepoor thopoor thepoor
poor to charity to the churches for edu education educaUon education ¬
cation and to build hospitals ho pltals all over the thecountry thecountr thecountry
country countr and if the people dont like that thatin thatIn thatin
in the United States then they can put putit putIt putit
it in their pipes and a d smoko it I have havesaid havesaid havesaid
said it itIf ItIt itIf
If my m friend from Arkansas Is opposed opposedto
to what I call prosperity I would like likeMr likeMr likeMr
Mr Rockefeller to come down and run runhis runhis runhis
his pipes through Mississippi He can go goall goallover goall
all allover over my land Wo shall be glad to tohave tohae tohave
have him I used to pay pa 40 cent a gallon gallonfor gaBonfor gallonfor j
for oil to be burned in my lamps Now NowI
I can get It for 10 cents a gallon gallonI
I dont know whether Mr Ir Rockefeller Rockefelleris
is the cause of the price coming down to
10 cents but I think it will remain that thatway tbatway thatway
way In Mississippi if we get tho con conveniences conveniences conveniences ¬
veniences that this plp pipe business proposes proposesto
to give us I intended to vote for those thosepipes thoseplpe5 thosepipes
pipes and I did Thats all there Is to it itJust 11Ju itJust
Ju Just t a Confederate ConfederateSenator ConfederateSenator ConfederateSenator
Senator La Follette was busy takingnotes taking takingnotes takingnotes
notes an occasionally laughed behind his hishand hishand hishand
hand Gen Gordon then turned to his ca career career career ¬
reer reer as a Confederate soldier He wanted wantedthe wantedt wantedthe
the t o Senators to understand that he was wasjust wasjust wasjust
just a plain blunt old Confederate who whowore whowore whowore
wore the gray and fought and bled bledBut bledBut bledBut
But I did not die he added I Iskedaddled Iskedaddled Iskedaddled
skedaddled frequently You understand understandthat understandthat understandthat
that word at least these old soldiers soldiershere soldiershere soldiershere
here will understand It ItGen itGen itGen
Gen Gordon said that he had had the thehonor thehonor thehonor
honor of capturing some prominent men menIn menin menIn
In the Northern army In the war One Onewas Onewas Onewas
was a great big man named Shatter Shatterthen Shatterthen Shafterthen
then a major In the Ninth Michigan and andlater andlatcr andlater
later Gen Shafter ShafterHe Shafter11e ShatterHe
He was a very poor shot said Gen GenGordon GenGordon GenGordon
Gordon for I advanced at him with withmy withmy withmy
my saber and he shot at me five times timesand timesand timesand
and never touched me meAnd meHAnd meAnd
HAnd And now I will tell you another truth truthThat truthThat truthThat
That fellow Shatter gave me an awful awfulscare awfulscare awfulscare
scare anyhow When Vhen I approached he hehanded hehanded hehanded
handed me his pistol and said You are arewelcome arewelcome arewelcome
welcome to It but It will do you no nogood nogood nogood
good goodI
I have shot all the cartridges away awaybut awa awabut awaybut
but over at the stockade near Franklin I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have a valise that contains a thousand thousandcartridges thousandcartridges thousandcartridges
cartridges and you are welcome to them themif themIt themif
if you will go and get them themI
I said Thank you for the pistol I Iwill Iw111 Iwill
will go after them We captured the thefort thefort thefort
fort and got the cartridges but I never neverused neverused neverused
used them I never fired a shot during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the war That is a fact I had enough enoughto
to do to look after the men menThats menThats menThats
Thats the kind of a soldier I was wasI wasI wasI
I told the other fellows to do the fighting fightingA
A great many of them though stayed stayedat stayedat stayedat
at home It I had been as smart as they theywere theywere theywere
were I might have done the same sameDown sameDown sameDown
Down in MississippiSenator Mississippi MiaslsslnplSenator lUf llb IVPI IVPISenator
Senator Gordon laid aid he hadnt got up upto upto upto
to make the Senate laugh that he had a aserious aserious aserious
serious mission Down In Mississippi Mississippihe It Itho
he continued where I live when I go gohome gohome gohome
home and go to my bed to sleep and anddream anddream anddream
dream sweet dreams of the hours I have haveseen haveseen haveseen
seen hero in the Senate X J will sleep with
the sword of Damocles hanging over my myhead myhead m Y Yhead
head headWe
We have problems there that I want wantyou wantyou wantyou
you to help me to settle I do not ask askyou askyoU askYou
you to disagree with me but to talk with withme wIthme withme
me and listen to what I have to say 1nkindness In Inkindness I Ikindness
kindness and friendship friendshipI
I want to see tho Mason Mas m and Dixon line lineobliterated lineobliterated lineobliterated
obliterated from the map of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and on it written the words Our OurCountry OurCountry OurCountry
Country CountryIt
It was here that tho Senators applauded applaudedfor applaudedfor applaudedfor
for the first time And the applause was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken up by the crowded galleries galleriesI
I am tired of sectionalism the Senator Sen Senator ¬
ator went on onGod onGod onGod
God knows I have seen enough of it itI ItI itI
I dont want any more of It ItI ItI itI
I do not want to hoar any speech in inthe Inthe inthe
the Senate or anywhere else that stirs stirsup sUrsup stirsup
up any strife between the old soldiers or orcitizens orcitbens orcitizens
citizens I am an old Confederate You Youaro Youaro Youare
aro old Union men perhaps We Ve die disagreed dl dlagreed dieagrced
agreed And you U are the victors victorsBut victorsBut victorsBut
But our ou people were good people and andwe andwe andwe
we do not dispute that yours were just justas justas justas
as good Not at all our people are not notquarreling notquarreling notquarreling
quarreling over these things down South SouthWe SouthWe SouthWe
We have a n few blabmouth fellows that thatalways thatalwa thatalways
always alwa s want to make a fuss but they are arenot arenot arenot
not even worth cussing Laughter LaughterWe LaughterWe LaughterWe
We want you to think well of us and andthere andthere andthere
there is s no use In calling us traitors No Nobody Nobody Nobody ¬
body can take away tho glories of either eitherside eitherside eitherside
side sideA
A man might as wall 011 attempt to scale scalethe scalethe scalethe
the rampants of Jehovah J hovah and pluck from fromheavens fromheavens fromheavens
heavens diadem Gods brightest star as asto asto asto
to snatch the laurel from the brow of the theconqueror thoeonquoror theconqueror
conqueror or the conquered that stood stoodunder stoodunder stoodunder
under that apple tree at Appomattox AppomattoxThey AppomattoxThey AppomattoxThey
They were all good men and famous famousThey famousThey famousThey
They disagreed and they fought but when whenconquered whenconquored whenconquered
conquered we took our oaths of allegiance allegianceand oHeglanceand allegianceand
and I can hold up my hand before high highheaven highheaven highheaven
heaven and before the Senate today and andsay andsay andsay
say I have havenever never violated that oath and andI
I do not know a soldier of the Confed Confederacy Confederacy Confederacy ¬
eracy who has violated the obligationPraise obligation obligation1rnlne obligationIraille
Praise for Senate SenateThis SenateThis SenateThis
This Is my fathers house I am amproud amproud amproud
proud to bo In it and proud to be asso associated associated assoelated ¬
ciated today with the men whom I see seearound Beearound seearound
around me I have read the papers and andhave andhave andhave
have heard you ou all abused and censured censuredBut censuredBut censuredBut
But I find that this is the finest working workingbody workingbody workingbody
body of men I was ever associated with withThe wilhrhe withrue
The Senator went on to say that his hisreligion hisreligion hisreligion
religion was the Eleventh Commandment CommandmentThat CommandmentThat CommandmentThat
That ye e love one anotherThat another anotherThat anotherThat
That IB what I want ant to bring about abouthere aboutsere
here sere That is my object in standing standinghere standinghere standinghere I
here today toda to talk to you as I do I Iwant Iwant Iwant
want to Implant In you just as it is igIn i iIn I IIn
In my heart a 8 growing love for the thecountry thecountry I Icountry
country I I live 6 In and the people I live livewith livewith
with I want to wipe out all lines I Iwant Iwant Iwant I
want to eee you join with me m in taking takingaway takingaway I Iaway
away those bayonets that are on those thosepeople thoseguns I Iguns
guns you Ou sent down there to a race of ofpeople I Ipeople
people who came out of the jungle and andare andare andare
are only partially civilized civilizedliove civilizedLove civilizedLove
Love for Negro JVesrroWe NegroW NegroWe
We W do not want to hurt the negro negroWe 1etroWe negroWe
We all love IO him I love him I want wantto wantto wantto
to read r8 d you ou here a little sentiment of ofmine ormine ofmine
mine I have got a little book here I Iwant Iwant Iwant
want to show you Just how we feel to toward toward toward ¬
ward tho negro It Is my poetry I will willnot wlllnot willnot
not bore you with much of It It Laugh Laughter Laughter Laughter ¬
And understand I am not advertising advertisingit
it either It is not on the market yet yetLaughter yetLaughter et etLaughter
Laughter LaughterThe LaughterThe LaughterThe
The Senator then read with JUt trembling tremblingvoice tremblingvoice tremblingvoice
voice His OW Ok Black Mammy Iarnmj the last lastverse Jastverse lastverse
verse of which ran ranShe ranSIte ranShe
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With wMefc she twiMMd tHlbIt her ItftMad ItftMadHer h head headHe ad adHer
Her Mga were far nr Mealier tt t < < thin Ut flute cr piano pianoAs pluaoa pianoAM
As a the U put me to deep cep in my m bed bedHer bedBer bedHer
Her soft moninx voice I can oa never rer er forget forgttLike f forgetLike t tIJkc
Like an angel fa dresws Ill eke e cornea to HW te yet yetThose yet JftThose yetThose
Those are our sentiments the Sena Senator Senator Bonntor ¬
tor added and again the Senate broke brokeout brokeout brokeout
out in applause Tho Senator started to tosay tosa tosay
say sa something to Senator Bailey and andcalled andcalled andcalled
called him by name Instead ln tead of addressing addressinghim addressinghim addressinghim
him as the Senator from Texas TexasOh TexasOh TexasOh
Oh I beg your our pardon said the Mississippian MIs MIssissippJan Mississippian
sissippian catching himself Excuse mefor me mefor metor
for calling your our name I am not exactly exactlyfamiliar exactlyfamUlar exactlyfamiliar
familiar here They call me Jim down downat downat downat
at home and I hardly recognize myself myselfwhen myselthon myselfwhen
when hon I am called by any other name nameThe nameThe nameThe
The Senator here launched out in another anotherone anotherono anotherone
one of his poems which ended with withthose wIththoso withthose
those lines linesAnd l1nesM linesAnd
And M white line it k given I to dwell en this earthNo earth earthNo earthNo
No matter where lIre may be the t had of our birth birthOur birthOur birthOur
Our duty to God is to de all w we can maBe canBe ca cane
Be true to our oowntry OOWttr fore our fellowman feltosrmanThese fellowmanThese fellowmanThese
These were my sentiments said Senator Sen Senator Senator ¬
ator Gordon long taforo l foro I came here hereor hereor hereor
or thought of coming here hereWhere hereVlterc hereWhere
Where Gordon Stands StandsThe StnndsThe StandsThe
The Senator then assurod the Senate Senatethat Sonatethat Senatethat
that he had only the kindest regards for forSenator forSenator forSenator
Senator Heyburn of Idaho He wanted wantedHeyburn wantedHeyburn wantedHeyburn
Heyburn to come down to Mississippi Mississippiand Mississippiand Mississippiand
and sleep In his cottage on the prairie prairieHe pralrleHe prairieHe
He would show him a little Southern Southernlife Southernlife Southernlife
life and lend him his spectacles so that thathe thathe thatlie
he could get a proper focus on it and andthen andthen andthen
then together they would come back to toWashington toWashington
Washington and walk into Statuary Hall HallWe HallWe HallWe
We will come back and walk in there theresaid theresaid theresaid
said Senator Gordon and stand before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the statues of Lee and of Grant and I Iwill Iwill Iwill
will take off my hat and hurrah for forGrant forGrant forGrant
Grant And I think that the Senator Senatorfrom Senatorfrom Senatorfrom
from Idaho will add that Lee was a apretty apretty apretty
pretty good fellow too tooThat tooThat tooThat
That Is the kind of feeling I want to tocultivate tocultivate tocultivate
cultivate I say to the Senator from fromIdaho fromIdaho fromIdaho
Idaho that I have no ill feeling tee ling In my myheart myheart myheart
heart against him and love him I love loveeverybody loveeverybody loveeverybody
everybody I am a happy man manW manWARRINGTON
Newspaper Man Ian Will Lecture Here Hereon Hereon Hereon
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the pale of civilization again and Interest InterestIn interestIn
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again been aroused Several favored favoredcities tavoreclcities favoredcities
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Young Zirlnger the Plttsburg young youngster youngster youngster ¬
ster and Patsy Brannigan also of Pirate Piratelown Piratetown Piratetown
town have have been matched to box at at the theNational theNational theNational
National A C of that city on March 2 2Plans 2Plans 2Plans
Plans for a return match between betweenHarry betweenHarry betweenHarry
Harry Lewis and Willie Lewis of Now NowYork NowYork NowYork
York are under way and the date isexpected Is Isexpected Isexpected
expected to be settled in a few days daysJack daysJack daysJack
Jack Robinson who fought In Phila Philadelphia PhIladelphia Philadelphla ¬
delphia last season is making a big hit hitboxing hitboxIng hitboxing
boxing at the Southern halls He re recently recently recently ¬
cently fougnt Billy West a fifteenround fifteenrounddraw fifteenrounddraW fifteenrounddraw
draw at Savannah Ga GaAbe GnAbe GaAbe
Abe Attell the featherweight cham champion champion champion ¬
pion of the world has signed to to meet meetFrankie meetFrankIe meetFrankie
Frankie Nell of Frisco In the star bout boutat boutat boutat
at the Long Acre A C of New York Yorknext Yorknext Yorknext
next Thursday night nightJimmy nightJimmy nightJimmy
Jimmy De Forrest writes that Pal PalMoore PalMoore PalMoore
Moore the Philadelphia bantamweight bantamweightis
is working hard In preparation for his hismill hismUl hismill
mill next Saturday night at the National NationalA
A C with Tommy OToole OToolePhlllls OToolePhllUe OToolePhiliie
Phlllls McGovern the New York crack crackand crackand crackand
and brother of tho famous Terry has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been matched to meet Joe Wagner of ofGotham atGotham ofGotham
Gotham in tho final bout at the Olympic OlympicA
A C New York next Monday night nightJimmy nightJImmy nightJimmy
Jimmy De Forest says sas that Pal Moore Moorewill Moorewill Moorewilt
will set et off the fireworks so fast to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow night that tho Port Richmond
lad Tommy OToole will think It Is IsJuly IsJuly isJuly
July 4 Wolgast failed at that trick trickStill trickStilI trickStill
Still Pal Is some fighter The bout will willbe willbe 111 111be
be held in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaLike PhlladolphlnLike PhiladelphiaLike
Like all beaten champions Battling BattlingNelson BattllnlNelson BatUin BatUinNelson
Nelson cannot realize that ho has met methis methis methis
his master There are a few who still stillthink stillthink stillthink
think ho can trim Wolgast In another anotherfight anotherflght anotherfight
fight Ho repeated after losing to Jimmy JimmyBritt Jlmm JlmmBritt JimmyBritt
Britt by boating Gans CansRudolph GansRudolph GansRudolph
Rudolph Unholz the Boer Hound HoundIs
Is being panned p nned in his own country countrywhere countrywhere countrywhere
where he was posing poslngas ns as the lightweight lightweightchampion lightweightchampion lightweightchampion
champion of the world because of a ten tenround tenround tenround
round bout with the Dane Battling Nel Nelson Nelson Netson ¬
son sonLeo
Leo Houck and Young Nltchie will willfight willfight willfight
fight at Lancaster Pa next week In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the semifinal Louisiana will take on onCharley onCharley onCharley
Charley Harvey Louisiana also meets meetsJohnny meetsJOhnny meetsJohnny
Johnny Loeber at Reading next month monthWould monthVonId monthWould
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William N Morrison Jr yesterdayfiled yesterday yesterdayfiled yesterdaflIed
filed a suit for absolute divorce from fromNora fromNora fromNora
Nora M Morison alleging infidelity They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were married September 1 1906 in thiscity this thiscity thiscity
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Loss estimated at 6500 was caused yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday morning by fire which destroyedthe destroyed destroyedthe destroJedthe
the home of H Maurice Talbott In tho thowestern thowestern thewestern
western section of Rockville The blue blaaeIs blueIs blaseis
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kitchen Mrs Evelyn Glastfott daughter daughterof daJgIUeot
of Mr Talbott carried her little son and andnephew andnaphew andnephew
nephew from the house while Talbottsounded Talbott Talbottsounded Talbottsounded
sounded an alarm by firing a revolver revolverfrom rcohettrom revolverfrom
from the front porch The motorman motornwnof
of a passing car aroused residents In the thavicinity Utavicinity thevicinity
vicinity by blowing a whistle on the th car carA C CA carA
A piano and a few articles of clothes clotheswere clotheswere clotheswere
were all that was saved Rev Thomas ThomasA ThomasA
A Packard rector of Christs Episcopal EpiscopalChurch Eplscop EpiscopalChurch l lChurch
Church was painfully injured about tboleg tbo tboleg tholeg
leg when the piano fell on him as He Hewas 11ewas hewas
was assisting In carrying It from the thohouse tbo110use thehouse
house About three years ago the e homo homoof homoof homeof
of Mr Talbott on the same site was de destroyed destroyed dostroyed
stroyed by flames flamesBROWNS fiamesDRCtawNS flamesB
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