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THE HE WASHINGTON WASHINGTON HERALD TUESDAY MARCH 1 1910 1910t
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TO AGED SENATOR SENATORCol
Col Gordon as Host at Play PlayDeclines PlayDeclines PlayDeclines
Declines to Speak Speak0OHTTAI SpeakCOMMITTAL SpeakCOMIIITTAL
COMMITTAL WAS WASColumbia EXPECTED EXPECTEDColombia EXPECTEDColumbia
Columbia Theater Crowded trith trithStatenmen ulthStatesmen vithStatezuncn
Statesmen and Xevntpaper e Piper Men Icn n nGuests oGuests ni niGuests
Guests of Retiring Member from fromMississippi frolDUIUlaIlIDPl fromugi1aIppI
Mississippi When Thomas Thom IVlses IVlsesPJny Vbe W1ePlay VbePJ
Play PJ y Reflcctji Ref1 ct His Southern Life LifeCol LifeCol LifeCol
Col James Gordon retiring reUr1n Senator Senatorfrom Senatortrom Senatorfrom
from Mississippi is a Presidential possi possibility pOSSIbility possiblitty ¬
bility according to a story that spread spreadthroughout epreadthrou pread preadthroughout
throughout throu hout the Columbia Theater Theater last lastevening lastevening aet aetevening
evening and was discussed with intense intenseInterest IntenseJnterest intenseInterest
Interest in hotel lobbies lobbiesHow 19bbles 19bblesHow lobbiesHow
How much the Senator himself was wasimpressed wasImpressed vasImpressed
impressed is evident Irom the fact that thatet thatat thatat
at the last moment he abandoned his hisanticipated hisanticlpated hisanticipated
anticipated speech and simply bowed his hisacknowledgments hisac1tnowledgmellts htsaLknowlodgmouts
acknowledgments in response to the ova ovation ovation ovation ¬
tion that was accorded him himIt himIt himIt
It was a a remarkable scene that greeted greetedhim greetedhim greetedhim
him as he sat surrounded by practically practicallythe practlcallythe practicallythe
the entire Senate of the United States Statesevery Slatesevery Statesevery
every one of whom anticipated another anothersuch anothersuch anothersuch
such speech as had aroused the Upper UpperHouse UpperHouse UpperBouse
House of Congress Thursday last and andforced andforced andZorced
forced the Mississippi Senator into a po poBltlco position poslticu
Bltlco of national prominence prominenceTo
To his left left as a he sat unostentatiously unostentatiouslyIn
In n the first row of the orchestra was the thabox thebox thebox
box that had been handsomely decorated decoratedin
in anticipation of the presence of Presi President President President ¬
dent Taft It was occupied by Mrs Taft Tafther Tafther Tafther
her sister Mrs Laughlin and LJeut LJeutCommander LleutCommander LieutCommander
Commander Palmer who followed the theplay thepIa theplay
play pIa as well as the th evenings develop developments developments deve1opreents ¬
ments with marked interest On the op opposite opposIte opposite ¬
posite side of the house in another box boxsat boxEat boxsat
sat Representative and Mrs Longworth Longworthwith LongworthWIth Longworthwlth
with a party of friends while In what whatever whatj whatever ¬
ever j r direction the eye turned men of ofnational ornational Ofnational
national prominence were to bo found foundPleasures foundPftnAUreg foundPloasures
Pleasures Offset OfI et Disappointment DisappointmentThe Dll1np olntment olntmentThe
The evening was one combining disap disappointments disappnintments disappnintxnents ¬
pointments and unexpected pleasures By Byreason Byreason Byreason
reason of the demands upon his time at atthe atthE attte
the > University Club banquet President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft failed to reach the theater and de despite despite deEEite ¬
spite the persistent demands of many who whohad wholad whohad
had anticipated hearing another memor memorable memorable memorable ¬
able address from Senator Gordon he heremained herpmalned heremained
remained silent Those wore the disap disappointments dllJapOintments disappointments ¬
pointments pointmentsEvery OintmentsEvery pointmentsEvery
Every press association was represented representedin
in the audience and correspondents of ofall ofa11 ofall
all the prominent nepers of the country countrywere countryw countrywere
w were < re there to get such news as might mightfall mightfall mightfall
fall from the lips of ofone one whom many of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the prominent papers have sa s seen n lit to toassociate toassociate toassociate
associate with a possible Democratic Democraticnomination Democraticnomination Democraticnomination
nomination when the time comes to select selectPresident selectPrtsldent selectPresident
President Tafts successor successorAll SUCC6SfIOrAU successorAll
All during the day Senator Gordon had hadreceived badreceived hadreceived
received messages toiling of the editorials editorialsthat editorIalsthat editorialsthat
that had b been n printed in inthe the big papers papersand papersand papersand
and at last not only he bE4 but some of the theleading th thleading theleading
leading members of o his party were seri seriously seriolsh sortously ¬
ously impressed impressedIt ed edIt
It was pointed out that no stronger strongercandidate strongercandidate strongercauIidate
candidate could be offered by Democracy Democracythen Demecracythan Democracythan
than one who wh po OA possessed ssseed ed of so lovable lovablea
a disposition that Its appeal to tHe hard hardened hardnf hardened ¬
ened nf > d politicians of the United States StatesSenate SlatesSenate StatesSenate
Senate had swept away ail party lines linesand linesand linesand
and laid the entire body bod in homage at his hisfeet hisfeet hisfeet
feet A few days ago he was hardly hardlyknown bardlyknown hardlyknown
known outside of his little coterie of offriends offrIends offriends
friends and his hi immediate associates in inthe inthe inthe
the Senate and today his hi name is dis discussed discussed discussed ¬
cussed wherever politicians assemble assembleRelnctnnt assembleReluctnnt assembleReluctant
Reluctant to Commit Hinuself HinuselfThis Hlnue1fThis HlnuelfT1th
This very discussion was what deprived deprivedthe deprivedthe deprivedthe
the folumbla audience of the pleasure ple sure of oflistening oflistening oflistening
listening to the old Mists Mielllseippianl ippians s poach spOiChi spOiChihowfyer speechhowever poachhowever
however becoming convinced that the theconsideration thecon8ideratIon theconsideration
consideration that was being accorded accordedhim accordedhim accordedhim
him in leading editorials as a possible possiblePresidential poSfilblePresldenUal possiblePresidential
Presidential or Vice Presidential candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date was founded upon substantial con conditions conditluns conditiuns ¬
ditions his friends dlseussed the matter matterwith matterwIth mattervlth
with him and urged upon him the in inexpediency inex inexpediency ¬
expediency ex diency of committing himself under undersuch undersuch underBuch
such forced circumstances As reluctant reluctants
as s he was to disappoint those who were wereexpecting werexpecting wereexpecting
expecting to hear him he complied withthe with withthe withthe
the urgent requests of his friends and andpolitical andpol1t1 andpolitical
political pol1t1 al managers m eII and only on arose from fromhi fromhlF fromhir
hi hlF seat to bow his hi acknowledgments acknowledgmentsIn
In anticipation of his mounting the thestage thestage thestage
stage In response e to the demands that thatwere thatWere thatwere
were sure to be made for him a stair stalrway stairway stairway
way had b ben en constructed from the theoiohestra theorchestra
orchestra 0 hestra pit just in front of where whereSenator whereSnator here hereSfnator
Senator Gordon sat sat to the stage but it itvas ita5 itwas
vas a5 not used usedWhat uHdrlmt usedWhat
What rlmt He Might Have Said SnidIf SnhlI Saidir
If Senator Gordon had spoken he might mighthave mighthave mighthave
have told his auditors that his intense intenseinterest intenseinterest intenseInterest
interest In A Gentleman from Missis Mississippi Mississippi nsslsslppl ¬
sippi lay in the fact that the play was wasin wasIn wasIn
in reality r < a11t drawn around incidents in his hislife hisIJfe hislife
life and that the part of the Senator as asportrayed asvortrayed asportrayed
portrayed by Mr Wise was In reality realitya
a character study of Senator Gordon Gordonhimself Gordonhimself Gordonhimself
himself himselfAccompanying himselfAcompany1n himselfAcornpanyIn
Accompanying Representative and Mrs Mralongworth 1lrsLongworth MrsLongworth
longworth were the Countess Gyzlcky GyzlckyWarren GzlckyWarren GyzickyWarren
Warren Dawson who has h but recently re returned returned returned ¬
turned from Africa where ho was with withthe withthe withthe
the Roosevelt party part H HC C Emory and andHarrison and1hMson andBnrrlson
Harrison Rhodes Rhod one of the authors of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the play ph Senator Nixon of Nevada en entertained entertained entertained ¬
tertained a party p of friends in the box boxadjoining boxadjoining boxiidjotning
adjoining the Presidents Another box boxvas boxwas boxwas
was vas occupied by Mrs Leiter Mr Horst Horstjnan Horstman Horstman
man of the German Embassy Solicitor SolicitorGeneral SolicitorGeneral SolicitorGeneral
General and Mrs Bowers and Miss Will Williams Will1am Yllliam ¬
iams iam Commander Robert Platt and Miss MissPlaft MissPlaft MissPlatt
Plaft entertained a box party including includingHon including11on includinglton 1
Hon P V De Graw the Assistant Post Postmaster Postn1tstcr Postflnster ¬
master General Mrs De Graw and Mr MrEdwin MrEdwI1 Mrdwth
Edwin dwth B B De Graw Gra Mr and Mrs S SOppenheimer SOpp SOppenheimer
Oppenheimer Opp nhelmer had as their guests In an
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storage of valuable furniture furniturepianos furniturepianos furniturepianos1
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THE GENTLEMAN FROM MISSISSIPPI
I c r l > 1 7 I IPhlto
Photo by Edmonton EdmonstonSENATOE EdmontonSENATOR EdmocstonSENATOR
SENATOR JAMES GORDON
other box Mrs rrs E West Mrs R R Young YoungMiss YoungMiss YoungMiss
Miss E Oppenheimer and L L S Oppen Oppenheimer Oppenheimer Oppenhelmer
heimer heimerAn heimerAn helmerAn
An interesting incident of the evening eveningwas eenlngwas eveningwas
was the fact that the only seats eat5 sold dur during during during ¬
ing the evening were purchased by the theChaplain theChaplain theChaplain
Chaplain of the Senate Rev Ulysses G GB GB GB
B Pierce who had been overlooked when whenSenator whenSenator whenSenator
Senator Gordon made up his list The Theentire Theentire Theentire
entire house had been sold out early In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the day da and when Chaplain Pierce ap appeared appeared appeered ¬
peared at the box office shortly after 8 8oclock 8oclock 8oclock
oclock he was told as all others had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been that there was nothing left Hrs Hrswas HIwa liewas
was wa about to depart when a gentleman gentlemanturned genUemanturned gonuemanturned
turned Into the office three seats illness illnessIn 1I1nS8In illnessin
In his family preventing him from using usingthem u81npthem usingthem
them The tickets were quickly taken by bytha bythe bythe
the Chaplain ChaplainSTAGE ChaplainSTAG ChaplainSTAG
STAGE STAG MISSISSIPPIAN MISSISSIPPIANLIKE MISSISSIPPIANLIKE MISSISSIPPIANLIKE
LIKE TRUE SOUTHERNER SOUTHEENEEAside
Aside from the peculiar Interest which whichsuch whichsuch whichauch
such a play as A Gentleman from Mis Mississippi 11lsslselppl Mississippi ¬
sissippi must excite In Washington It Is Isabsorbing Iscbsorblng Isabsorbing
absorbing because of Its value as a playit play playIt playIt
It possesses the requisite elements of bal balance balance balance ¬
ance and plausibility of action actionhowever actionhoweverthe however howeverthe
the realities may bo strained in its likli liklihood IIkUI 111tHhood
I hood as a true happening happeningThe happeningI happeningThe
The Senator himself is a combination comblnatlon1of comblnatlon1ofjoviality of ofJoviality orI
I I Joviality and shrewdness of honesty find findpatriotism IlndI nd ndpatriotisma
I patriotism patrlotlsmn a patriotism that hat Is not con confined confined confined ¬
fined to the State he represents but which whichencompasses whichonoompesseg whichencompasses
encompasses a love for his whole native nativeland nativeland nativeland
land Although but newly arrived in inWashington Inashington inWashington
Washington he takes a hand In politics politicsaffecting p01lUcsaffecting politicsaffecting
affecting his own State and teaches a alesson alNOn alesson
lesson to some of the older hands at the thegame thegame thegame
game gameViewed gameViewed gameViewed
Viewed from the standpoint of proba probability probAblllty probeblitty ¬
bility Washington may profess to be beamused beamused beamused
amused but the play Is an object lesson lessonof lessonof lessonof
of unusual directness and serves the pur purpose purP05 putpose ¬
pose P05 of showing what legislators ought oughtnot oushtnot oughtnot
not to do and this is an even more Im Important important important ¬
portant accomplishment ae < ompllebment than the working workingout workingout workingout
out of a love story or the development of ofcharacter ofcharacter ofcharacter
character characterMr characterIr characterUr
Mr Ur Ir Wises Clever Speech SpeechMr SpeeehMr SpeechMr
Mr Wise who plays Senator Langdonsaid Langdonsaid Langdon Langdonsaid
said in his speech that he and his fellow fellowactors tellowactors fellowactors
actors would be lucky to get out of ofWashington orWashington ofWashington
Washington alive and moreover that thatsince thatsince thatsince
since the play was first seen here two twoyears two8fUS twoyears
years 8fUS ago he had noticed some needed neededreforms neededreforms neededreforms
reforms In the matter of legislative meth methods methods mothods ¬
ods Thus he established the entente ententecordlale ententecordlale ententecordiale
cordlale between the play and the very verydistinguished verydistinguished verydistinguished
distinguished audience audienceAs audienceAs audienceAs
As for the comedian himself he made madethe madethe madethe
the Gentleman from Mississippi and anda anda
a very real and very delightful figure figureThere figureTbere figureThere
There Is something about the cool and anddetermined anddetermined anddetermined
determined fighting man that appeals to toan toan toan
an audience whatever be the grade of ofits orIts ofits
its Intellect and the operations of Sen Senator Senator Sonator ¬
ator Langdon were not only closely fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed but applauded to the echo The Theacting Theacting rheacting
acting of Mr Wise was was so food ood that he heseemed heseemed heseemed
seemed not to be acting at all but just justhuman justhuman Justhuman
human nature let loose looseThe looseThe looseThe
The whole cast partakes largely of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this quality except perhaps In the case caseof caseot caseof
of the villains the dishonest legislators legislatorsand legislatorsand legislatorsand
and their tools but then villains never neverknow neverknow neverknow
know exactly what to do with themselves themselvesIn
In plays pIa The author often slights them themboth themboth themboth
both as to sentiments sentiments and as to stage stagebusiness stagabusiness stagebusiness
business Why hy Is It that dishonesty and andvice andvice andvice
vice on the stage always appear app l to be beunnatural beunnatural beunnatural
unnatural Applause and sympathy Is Isonly Isonly Isonly
only for the good and the noble In them themf themE
f E 3 recognized truth to nature naturethe the wicked wickedare wIcledare wickedare
are cast into outer darkness darknessA
A Cause for Jealousy JealousyDoQglas Jenlous JenlousDOQglas JealousyDouglas
DoQglas Fairbanks Is playing the role of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the brightest newspaper man In Wash Washington WashIngton
Ington Can you see all the correspond correspondents correspondents correspondents ¬
ents holding up their chins Fairbanks Fairbanksis
is the kind that rings true He makes his hischaracter hischaracter hischaracter
character encouragingly lifelike and tries trieshard trieshard trieshard
hard to live up to his reputation When
the journalist turns private secretary to tothe tothe tothe
the Senator and takes a hand In the little littlegame littlegame littlegame
game of politics Fairbanks was very verymuch verymuch verymuch
much on the job jobThe jobThe jobThe
The balance of the company presents presentssome presentssome presentssome
some good Individual work Miss Lola LolaMay LolaMay LolaMay
May was refreshingly Ingenuous as Hope HopeLangdon HOIleLangdon HopeLangdon
Langdon the Senators daughter In love lovewith lovewith lovewith
with the private secretary Miss Laura LauraButler LauraButler LauraButler
Butler as a fascinating widow spoke some someclever someclever someclever
clever line Un lines l with good effect and looked lookedcharming lookedcharming lookedcharming
charming A particularly good goo sketch was wasthat wasthat j j I
that by Frederick Bock the old down downandout downandout downandout
andout veteran Col Stoneman the theman theman theman
man with a claim claima a type not whooly un unknown unknown j
known in these parts His was a touch touchof touchoC touchof
of emotion that sounded a tender note noteand noteand noteand
and it was so naturally done too tooJustice tooJustice tooJustice
Justice J B Herbert Dead DeadBaltimore DenlBaltimore DeadBaltimore
Baltimore Feb 23 23Justice Justice Joseph ph B Herbert of ofTovson ofTOf5Oll olTowsan
Tovson TOf5Oll one of the testknown bet known men In Baltimore
County died at his home of uraemle perfsVnisg poi otsenhg nig >
from which be had suffered for tome time He was wassixtysir wuilxtys1x wasixtysIx
sixtysir years old Justice Herbert wu nu born in inCatonsrille InCatonsTi1l InCatonstille
Catonsrille and was the son of the late Gideon GideonHerbert GideonHetbert G1dnHerbot
Herbert AB 8 a young mAn be was employed for fortime 1L 1Ltime atime
time by the Adams dma Express Company at Winches Winchester Winchester WinchesteD ¬
ter Va Va
Loe Loebot Solicitor Resigns ResignsNew RcslgnN ResignNew
New N York Feb 31 ZHarrison Harrison Osborne solicitor to
Collector Loeb has resigned his office om which pays pays5COO pJySroJ ni niscto
scto 5COO roJ a year eU to enter the law firm of Danes DaliesStone DaviesStone
Stone 4 AuerlHch uerbm1 Collector Lomb exprwed d regret iegretat j
at the r1gsstion t1on
WEATHER CONDITIONS CONDITIONSU
U 8 Dept of Asneultur citulbt Weather Bureau BureauWashington BllrtuWultfllgton BureauWsbipgton
Washington Monday UC ft al Feb 25 25B 8 p Po J JGeneral m mGeueral n nGeneral
General rains occurred within thin the kit Ut twentyfour twentyfourhours trfDtyfOl1rhaul r rhours
hours ia tk tlte New Bngiand Middle Atlantic tJantic Smith SmithAtlantic 800thAtlaaUe L LAtiastie
Atlantic AtlaaUe and East Gulf Sutec Stat TenneM TenD Tenneee the Ohio OhioValley OhioVaUer 0h1 0h1VaSe5
Valley and the Lower Lake region in otter die districts dlrrtrlds dietricte ¬
tricts except the Northwestern States where there therewere thtre1t1r8 S Swere
were local HMWS sad Uw Pacific c Coast where Unre Unrewere tMtewee i iwere
were rains railu the he weather wr was fair during Smdajr Smdajrnight SURda SURdanight SundsnIght
night and Monday Thunderstorm occurred Monday Mondaylit Uooda Uoodalit Monda3St
lit scattered pwou WID in the Middte idd iddle and South Atlan Atlantic At11Dtic Atla Atlatic ¬
tic States and in Alabama AlabamaAs AlabamaAs AlabumaAs
As a resatt ef f the rains and high teicperatures in inthe lathe i X Xthe
the Eastern Ka diatrieu dWri a the rivers are rfcteg and fi fiwarnings QOO QOOwant dqo I Iiruh
warnings want iruh hare been hmd usd for Uw Ohio Rite L Lita llld llldita n I IIts
ita tributaries the Upper Hudson II the S SMIUdIaBbIl SMIUdIaBbIland Sstuehanssaud i haBn6 haBn6aad
and the CooMvtfeut COI1 t riverThe riWL riWLTIM river thinsThe
The tenpeiatOre temperal remains high in n th lbs Eastern and andSouthern andSouuena an I ISouthern
Southern State States and H has ha risen decidedly 4ecIdeft in the thoUpper theUpper tinUpper
Upper Mississipitf I Valley and the Plates States SlatesDuring StatesD StatesDaring
During D Tneadajr Tns4 and lad Wednesday the weather will willbo 11111be I Ibe
be MMtettUd with looal I rains tns in the Mfcsteippi Val Valley ValIef V1Icy ¬
Icy and the dfetrtets MM thereof exeept that th thweather the thewtatber thiweatbur
weather will b ba fair in the tia MitatMippi Valley allc1 Wed Wednesday Wedae Wedeeday ¬
nesday ae Over U the Plains States the Rocky Moss Mountain loun18ln Mosstale ¬
tale and I1at Ilrttlm mt reckns the weather wilt b be fair fairTuesday fatT fat fatrseda
Tuesday T and Wtdnwda W 1 except that then will be besajw beiDW b bss3w
sajw in the Nortbdm CJrthoJm Rocky MoooUta ouatalft region rufftenThe NsionThe
The taotperauu tempera will wII fai faIi Ttteeday in the New NewEngland NewE NeiEegIwt r
England E laDd and aDIIlitJdle Middle Atlantic State St and the Plains PlainsStates Pial PialStat PlainStat
States Stat and it will rise rio in UM Middle Wdle Mississippi MississippiValley UiosiMtwtYallq MLeMaIpptaflei
Valley the Upper L r Late refion and UK Lower Ohio OhioValley mooValler
Ohkr
Valley There are no a fatdieatims of nay decidedly decidedlycofckr decldfdbeoIde decldodbmId r
cofckr mId weaUxr over any part wrt Gf 0 f the country daring dnrin dnrintho
UM next several l days daysStorm dalllStonla djeStor
Storm Stor warnings are displayed en the Washington Washingtonand X Xand
and Oregon e lMt lMtne > wt wtThe s sThe
The winds along Jte he New England Ynda d and Middle At Atlantic At At1a AtIntio ¬
lantic 1a tSa omets will be light to moderate variable ea eathe 8fIthe as asthe
the South Atlantic ooast light to moderate south southerly IiOOUter1J sutherly ¬
erly on the But Gulf coast light variable ea the theWest thlWs tie tieWest
West Gulf GUI ooaytvtocxlerte utiecdrate e Motherly lI an psi Like 1ake e Michi Michigan IDch1nn MIcMraft ¬
raft moderate moderateM W t brisk couth aDd southeast southeastSteamers soutJieutSt southeastSteamer
Steamers St men departing Tuesday for European ports portsrill J1Ort4trill port portsill
rill hai hare ssodaate odeate t4 variable T winds unsettled unsettledweather unseUroweather I Iweather
weather and rein to he Oraid Banks BanksLocal DaBJisJ flintsLocal
Local J ocal Temperature TemperatureMidnight Temperature11cI TemperatureIWaghz2swi64sM576a
Midnight 11cI IWaghz2swi64sM576a o5 2 56 6 4 a a IL 5 S 6 a a m tn mW mWS 8
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91 5 IlatofeH ltisfaRSpcitoSpin076Uonrso bafaR 8 p p m m to 8 p Po m mt 076 Hours Houno HounoNDIIdae of ofswMbtee I Iesailitse
swMbtee 17 171etltlJtltblre 57Teasuwatssre T TTemperature
Temperature same date Jut year rurUuimum Maximum 41 41mfannMWi Umi1IIBIua 41miniasuas
mfannMWi 91 91Temperatures 31Temperature 34Temperaturcain
Temperatures in Other Cities CitiesTemperaUBM 01tleTea CitiesTejieratar
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roUowsRAin
Rain RainMax RAinIaL RainMax
Max IaL MiR 311 1111 8pm 8 Po p In in fall fallAhOene faiLAWl fallAh4Ie
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Aenerffle Mteri1h N NO a 60 0 R K 022 022Atlanta O OAtka 02 S
02S
Atlanta Qa Oa 61 18 61 036 036Atlantic 056AUaDtJc 05 05Atiostlo S
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Charleston Cbarl ChriestosSO S So a X G 50 T TChicago TChicago Tchicgo1Il
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Cheyenne te sse Wya VJe Ve 43 30 40 40Oeveiand 40Cleveland 40cseveaed
Cleveland Ohio 35 32 31 T TDavenport 1DaYeRport 1 1Dayenpoet
Davenport Iowa Ivw 33 20 56 56ttenTer ZDeaTer 55DenvsrCelo51
ttenTer DenvsrCelo51 Oslo C M M 50 50Detroit 50Detrett 10Dtzelt
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Dutatb Minn M1 a S 8 28 28Eastport 2SEaItlJort 28Rastort
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New cw York N Y 60 50 51 I 066 066orfoik 06 6 6Norfolk j
Norfolk orfoik Va a iO 0 r rNorth 00 0 E6 1 1orth TNorth
North orth Platte Nebr NebrOmaha IS 3 3 5 1 1Omaha TOasahaNebr
Omaha Omaha OasahaNebr Nebr 51 51Palestine 5 13 41 41Palestine 41Palestine
Palestine Tex 61 61Philadelphia 36 00 00Ihiladeli1ia O OPMladela
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Salt Lake City Cit Utah 48 48St 40 4G 4GSt 44 44St
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to the left of the banquet hall followed followedby fol1owedby
by sounds of conflict can filet bordering on a panic panicIn panicIn panicIn
In the direction of the main entrance entranceHalf entranceHalt entranceHalf
Half the club Jumped to their feet but butthey butthey butthey
they sank back with whitened cheeks ch els and andtrembling andtrembllng andtrembling
trembling hands as a strange cortege cortegemarched cortegemarched cortegemarched
marched in inBvrnnn InDwnnn Inflwana
Bvrnnn Tumbo Arrives ArrivesIt ArrlveIt
It was Col Roosevelt accompanied by bya bya bya
a German band two colored attendants attendantsand attendantsand attendantsand
and a throng of citizens citizensWho cItizensWho
Who Is that battered citizen standing
In the far cornor said Bwana Tumbo Tumborushing Turnborushing
rushing the center of tho hall hallIt hallIt
It Is I Gifford Pinchot 1 said the be bedraggled bedraggled bedraggled ¬
draggled apparition which arose as the thecolonels thecolonels
colonels clarion voice vo vofce ce rang put putI J ut utI
I only recited a a little ditty called calledWoodman calledWoodman calledWoodman
Woodman Spare that Tree TreeThere TreeThere
There followed an explanatory dialogue dialoguebetween dialoguebetween
between Plnchot Claudo N Bennett and andBwana andBwana
Bwana Tumbo Walter S Penfield PenfieldGentlemen PenfieldGentlemen
Gentlemen of the University Club Clubsaid ClubsaId Clubsaid
said Pinchot we will resolve ourselves ourselvesInto ourselvesInto
Into the committee of the th whole to wel welcome welcome welcome ¬
come home th foremost man of all this thisworld thisworld thisworld
world We shall call him Citizen Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevolt ¬
velt veltHe
He Is the man who can tame tho wild wildhorses wildhorses wildhorses
horses of Congress domesticate the sav savage sawage savage
age bulls and bears of Wall stroot mod modify modity modIfy ¬
ify Cannonistn annonisin mollify the Insurgents Insurgentsmagnify Insurgentsmagnify Insurgentsmagnify
magnify the G t d O P and make con conservation conservation conservatlon ¬
servation the chief thing of the hour hourHe hourHe hourHe
He can prevent race suicide finish the thopull thePanama
Panama Canal reform New xork Cft Cftpull City Citypull
pull tip the south pole by the roots and andmake anrImake andmake
make and unmake Presidents Cachets Cachetsand CaDlnetsand CaBInetsand
and other political furniture furnitureA
A messenger mes nger boy 00 ran In and handed a ayellow ayellow ayellow
yellow envelope to him himExcuse himExcuse himExcuse
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Excuse me m here Is a telegram he hesaid heB hesaid
said B d
Prize Ring Baltimore BaltimoreJeffriesJohnson BaltimoreJefrlesJohnson BaltimoreJettriesJohnson
JeffriesJohnson fight will be pulled oft oftat ortat
at midnight Crowd wont pay and men menwont menwont menwont
wont fight unless Citizen Roosevelt will willact willact willact
act as referee Send him quick Train Trainleaves Trainleaves Trainleaves
leaves In twenty minutes minuteOff minutesOft minutesOff
Off to Baltimore BaltimoreThats DuItlmoreThats
Thats bully said Bwana Turnbo Tumbolets Turnbolets Turnbolets
lets all go As Roo Roosevelt velt and his hisescort hissrort hisescort
escort left left they sang Back Back to toBaltimore toBaltimore toBaltimore
Baltimore and with a sigh the ban banqueters banqueters banqueters ¬
queters turned again ain to the repast repeatWhen repastWhen repastWhen
When they wore In a comparatively comparativelygood camPfllaUvelygood comparativelygood
good humor again they sang Harrigan Harrlgansomething Harrigansomething Harrigansomething
something like this thisCA thisCA thisCA
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have a ve In membership
Carrterr thats he heHon he heHon heHon
Hon Job Hedges of New York got gotInto gotInto gotinto
Into the spot life when whensome some one started startedSchool startedScbool startedSchool
School Days DaysHedges Dastt DasttHedgosHedea DaysHedgesHedges
Hedges HedgosHedea HedgosHedeaGrad Hedges HedgesGrad
Grad from Princeton College CollegeTalking CoilogeTalking
Talking and spouting and telling jokes
Working Workin them off on the simple folks folksNearly folksNoorl folksNearly
Nearly Noorl a mayor of old New York YorkDrinking YorkDrinking YorkDrinking
Drinking with voters who come COI 1e from fromCork fromCork fromCork
Cork CorkWe CorkWe CorkWa
We are glad you are her herNassau berSo hero
So give a cheerJob HedO a Son of
NassauicstlTltlell NassauFestivities Nassau NassauFestivities
Festivities Were Begun BcfrnnIt De BegunIt n nIt
It was as shortly after ter S oclock oe k when whenSenator whenSenator whenSenator
Senator Depew announced that the fes festivities festivities teativitios ¬
tivities were about to basin basinFollowing b beginFollowing ln lnFollowing
Following the dinner the toastraaster toastraasterb toutmaslerbegan toaatsnasterbegan
b began gan the speechmaking with the follow following followIng following ¬
ing address Gentlemen we have many manydistinguished manydistinguished manydistinguished
distinguished citizens c1tIzen here tonight But Butthere Butthere Butthere
there is one who values alu05 his diploma high highly blbI highly ¬
ly I and his unanimous election to the gov governing governing o oernlng ¬
erning body of that Institution quite a ahighly as asblghly ashighly
highly as he did the th judicial positions positionswhich poaIUOIUiwblch positionswhich
which he adorned or the Presidency of ofthe orthe ofthe
the United States to which he has been beenelevated be beenelevated n neloated
elevated by b the moet phenomenal ma maIfls majorlty malorttI
jorlty Q ehts hIS feUowc1Uzens In our history blstoryuls historyIlls
Ills ossmates assmates have so impressed IJnpress thorn thornselves thomseles themselves
selves becauw of his Is prominence and nd dlsUnction cBs distinction cBstinctlon ¬
Unction upon the rest of us of the alumni alumnithat alumnitltat alumnithat
that when I received a letter from one of ofhis othis ofhis
his classmates clas matM the other day giving a along along along
long list of the virtues of another class classmate classmate classmate ¬
mate whose nomination he had sent to tot110 tothe
the Senate for a Judge of the United UnitedStates UnJt UrdiodStates d dStates
States District Court Court I wrote back I do donot donot donot
not care about what you OU said of his hisequipment hisequipment
equipment It is enough for me to vote votefor vetsfor ote otetor
for him for any position that he was a amember amembor a amember
member of the famous class da of ofWilliam i iWIIlIam 78 78William
William H Taft was the prince of ofgood ofgood 01good
good fellows as an undergraduate undergraduate He Hehad Hehad i ihad
had no superior as a judge He had no noequal nooqUfll noequal
equal in solving the problems new ones onesfor onesfor on onfor
for an American statesmen of o the gov government government government ¬
ernment of our Insular possessions ons and andhe andhe L Lhe
he has brought to the Presidency Pro ldenC3 a calm calmness calmness calmand ¬
ness and courage and independence of ofexpression ofexprosslon 01expression
expression and of action which notwith notwlthstanding notwithstanding
standing the storms of the present pre ltl1t will willultimately wUlultimately willultimately i
ultimately obtain for his administration administrationan I Ian
an unprecedented popular approval approvalI
I propose the health of the President Presidentof
of the United States who was the first firstpresident firstpesldont firstpresident
president of this club clubT11C clubThe I IThe
The Presidents Speech SpeechPresident SpeechPresident SpeechPresIdent
President Taft said In response responseI
I confess I dont feel quite at home homeIn homoIn homein
In this company This headgear changes changesa
a mans general appearance and when whenI whenlook
I look down the line and see a mandarin mandarinin
in tho form of the distinguished Senator Senatorfrom Senatorfrom Senatorfrom
from Idaho It seems to me that I am in instrange instrange instrange
strange company companyI
I dont know whether the University UniversityClub UniorsltClub UniversityClub
Club realizes the burden that It has taken takenon takenon takenon
on Itself in giving to those whom it has hasbeen hasboen hasbeen
been kind enough to invite here such an anentertainment anentertainment anentertainment
entertainment as you have given to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night for hereafter this will always be beexpected beexpected beexpected
expected The only way by which you youcan YOUcan youcan
can add is by shutting your doors and andnot andnot andnot
not letting anything get out of this ex except except citcapt ¬
cept as the Gridiron Club does through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the newspapers JIewspapersI newspapersentysix ewspaperzMy
My I friend Chaunce Chauncey of iG who is sev
entysix years cars young oung referred to the thefact thefact tinfact n
fact that he hoped and he meant that thatall thataU thaiall
all Democrats hoped or at loast some someDemocrats somei 1 1DemOcrats
i Democrats hoped that that distinguished distinguishedgentleman distinguishedgentleman I Igentleman
gentleman who is now looking down the theprecipices theprecipices tinprecipices
precipices of the Andes would stay there thereBut thereBut thereBut
But my friends of the university this thiseating thiseating thiseating
eating while every everyone one of us has en enjoyed enjoyed onjoyed ¬
joyed every minute of it means a great greatdeal greatdooi grealdeal
deal more if the enthusiasm is to de develop develop develop ¬
velop as I hope It may ma Into the making makingof makin makinof
of a seat for university unlverslt men into the themaking themaking i imaking
making of a great reat building where univer university univers1t ¬
sity s1t men can come Into company with witheach wItheach witheach L
each other I sincerely hope that tho thomoney thomoney tIntmoney
money can be raised which will make a asuitable asuitable a asuitable
suitable building one affording all the thecomforts thecomforts thecomforts
comforts and yet one which will not re require require require ¬
quire the Imposition of such heavy dues duesthat duesthat duesthat
that every university man In Washing Washington Washington ¬
ton may not enjoy the benefits of the theclub theclub thEclub n
club Washington contains a groat many manyuniversity manyuniversity manyuniversity
university men as Uncle Sam has said saidnot saIdnot sidnot
not voters but they belong to the civil civilservants civIlservants I Iservants
servants
Devoted to Service ServiceThey ScrleeThey ServiceThey
They are men who are willing to devote devotato devoteto I Ito
to the service of the government the theability theab theability
ability ab 111 ty the intelligence and the educa education education oducation ¬
tion which they have at a very reason reasonable r6QSonable reasonable ¬
able salary because they the like to serve the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government and they the believe there are areother areother arcother
other things in life le than tha money and andluxuries andluxurie I Iluxtnrles
luxuries luxurie And I verily veiy beieve believe that the thetone thetOM thetone
tone of the University Unlv rly Club democratic democraticas democratc democratcas
as It I must be for you never found a lot lotof lotof lol lolof
of university men together that they were werenot werenot
not democratic democratc that they did not belong belongto belongto belongto
to all classes In the community and that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they did not represent repreent the poor and the therich therch tintrich
rich rch I believe beleve that such a a club with wlh a asuitable asuitble a asuitable
suitable suitble building buldlng will wl form for a a nucleus for forthe torthe to
the highest ideals and for or the te best social socialenjoyment socialenjoyment socialenjoyment I
enjoyment and for those democratic Ideas Ideasupon Ideasupn I Iupon
upon upn which our government gverment Is I resting restingFollowing restng restngFolowing restingFollowing
Following Folowing the te Presidents Pesldents speech the thei th
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orchestra orchestra o played Rings Ring on My Fingers Fingersand FlngerS FlngerSand Fingersnd
and a nd the clubmen sang ang a parody that thatended thatended thatnded
ended e
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Grit Grt in Ws fl system systemStarch Ifste systwnStarch
Starch St in I his spine spineHell spiceHell
Hell IeU bowl owl down spne spneIeU all 11 trouble troubleAnd trble troublesAnd
And An back rc the whole wh darned duc line lineRaiso U lineR1so
Raiso R high hig jour 10r glasses glassesAnd gl glassesAnisi
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Yell Yel Vlml Vitl Viral Viral ViralPresident VlnJ Viii Viiilreddeint
President det Taft TWtElklns Taf TaftElitists
Elitists EIIl8 Greets Taft TaftSenator TaftSenator TaftSenator
Senator Elkins greeted geeted the President as asfollows asollows
follows followsTonight folows folowsTonight f ollowsTonight
Tonight furnishes furishes the most Important Importantsocial Importat Importatsocial importantocial
social s event in tho life le of the club which whichbrings whichbrings whichrings
brings b rings It great honor and distinction dlstncton We Wehave Wehnvtamong Weiivaamong
have hnvtamong h iivaamong among our guests guots the President Pesident of oftho otthe ofhe
the t he United Unied States the Vice President the theSpeaker theSpakor theSpeakor
Speaker Spakor of the House Cabinet officers officersSenators ofcers ofcersSenators offleersenators
Senators S enators Representatives nepreenttives and ad other dis distinguished distinguished disinguished ¬
tinguished t persons What greater honor honorcould honorcould honorould
could c come to t a a a club or any ay assemblage assemblageof
of o f Intelligent Inte1gent men ma than that of entertain entertaining otertaln otertalnIng entertainng ¬
ing I ng tho President Peident and the other distin distingulshed dlUnglsho diotinguishod
gulshed glsho persons person I have haC named namedThe name namedThe
The President Is here also al as asa a Yale Yaleman Yaleman YaleI
man of the class of 78 and above and andbeyond ad adbejond andbeyond I
beyond bejond all al he Is ls i here as a he is known of ofall otal olall
all al men mena a good fellow olow scattering scatering sun sunshine sunshine sunshine ¬
shine and roses wherever he goes mak making rnaklog ¬
ing glad hearts people happy and batter batterand boter boterand batterand
and constantly constnty doing graceful acts of ofkindness otkindness utkindness
kindness that weld hearts to him himTonight himTonlght himTonight
Tonight Tonlght laying aside a2Ide for the moment momentthe mQmentthe TnomenIthe
the cares cres and burdens of his great office officehe officehe fce fcehe
he will w1 mingle and mix with us as a auniversity a auniverlty
university man and a good fellow fellowChamp felow felowChump fellowCiaump
Champ Clark Cnrl Serious SeriousChamp SeriousChomp SeriousChamp
Champ Clark of Missouri MISSour told several severalgood severalgod severalgood
good god stories storie and ad then th n grew gew serious after afterjokingly ater aterjOklngl afterokingly
jokingly j alluding aluding to his candidacy cdidac to the theDemocratic theDmocrata theDmocratic
Democratic Dmocrata nomination for President PresidentOn Pr6ldent Pr6ldentOn PresidentOn
On tho subject subjet of running rnning for Presi President President Prenident ¬
dent In 1815 191 he said I am a not having havinginsomnia hB1ng hB1ngInsomnia hav1n hav1nnsomnia
insomnia I trying to figure figre out how many manydelegates manydelegtes manydelegates
delegates delegtes I can cn get at tho convention cnvention or orhow orhow orhoW
how many electoral eelral votes vots there are ar arej as assome 88some ansome
some of them are are All Al rm saying sayng is isThey IsThey IsThey
They might go further and ad do worse worseand worie worieand worseand
and I rather rther U tJnk tiink Jnk they t11 will wi as Tom TomReed TomReed ToniReed
Reed once said sid when his h1 name was wasmentioned wasmentioned
mentioned mentoned in connection cnnotion with wlh the White WhiteHouse Wie WieHouse WhiteHouse
House HouseRepresentative HouseRepresenttve HouseRepresentative
Representative Representtve Clark praised college collegemen clege clegemen I Imen
men but he rapped rappe the modern grade gradeschool gar gradeschool
school system syste hard bar ha declaring delaring uptodate uptodatelower uptodate10or uptodtEOwer
lower l Ower schools do not teach tah enough eough spell spellIng spel spellng
Ing i ng mathematics matematcs and ao English He said saida saida
a a largo percentage perentage of the failures talur In Inexaminations Ineomlnatons InexamInations
examinations eomlnatons for Annapolis Annapoli and West WestPoint Vet VetPoint
Point are in the rudiments rdiment that tht every everychild oyer everychild
child cbld ought to know knowAnother knowAnothor knowAnother
Another fault he had to find fn in educa educatlon educaion
ion ton l as a it Is now was wa In regard to ease easewith
with wit which college colego degrees degoo are ae captured capturedThere cpture
There is something smething wrong w ng with wth educe education euc ¬ i
tion ton in the United Unted States StatO he asserted assertedwhen aie te
when college clege men dont know how bw to tospoil tospol
spoil spol s poil and write wrte and American Americn college clege de degrees dogrees ¬
grees gees moan mon nothing abroad abrOd I am in fa favor fllvornd favorand ¬
vor vornd and you OU may ty not like lke my m saying 51nb this thisI thisI
I am in favor of making maing every ee1 college collegeman clege clegeman collegeman
man go before an authorized autorize board bor before beforehe b6oe b6oebe beforehe
he can on have his diploma diploma I dont think thinkcollages thinkCleges thinkcollages
collages Cleges ought to t be allowed alowed to t give gve de degrees degee dogreen ¬
green gee There should shuld be a a a general generl board boardof brd brdor
of examiners eainers to raise rae the te standard stnard Then Thenour Thenour
our rope degrees dego would wold be respected repte in Eu Europe Europe ¬
Job Hedges Scores Hit HitJob Hi HitJob
Job Hedges Hege indulged Inul In a series seies of ofclever ofclenr ofclever
clever epigrams cpg and an jokes jke on men of the thehour te tehour thehour
hour that tt made one of the te prime p te hits hts of ofthe oftho ofthe
the evening eveningThe eYelS eYelSThe eveningThe
The lights lght went wet out ot and an when they
flashed be up again sln there was a a scene sene in inJjfclgo inJ inJ
Jjfclgo J dge g KJmbUs Kimballs police pIe court curt on the te ron rostrum ro rontrum ¬
I trum tr with wit the te venerable vRera justice Just presid presiding pre prosidleg ¬
leg II and a pottednton p m and aD court ort officers omS at attending attending ¬
tending tn Ins Upon UPR his b orders ord s they th proceeded proceededto
I to try t half hf a doaen df diners dI8s for fol petty pett of offenses 0 0fene offenses ¬
fenses fene in Judge J kimbftlls Kbs Khnbls most met approved approvedmanner approvedmanner
manner mannerTho mU mUTho mannerThe
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La Lag Lang g Syne SyneAt Syn SyneAt
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