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Within Two Weeks the Demand for Desira Desirable t tt
3 t ble Suburban Properties Will Be in Full FullSwing FullI Fullj
I j Swing The Uncertainties of the Weather Weatherare ±
i are all that Holds it in Check at the thePresent thei thePresent
i Present Moment We Offer Below BelowSeveral BelowSeveral BelowSeveral
Several Properties and Urge that thatBuyers thatBuyers
t Buyers Anticipate the Spring SpringRush 1 1Rush 4 4i
c Rush i Ilusli 1 When vvnen Afl the tne 1 More iviore Wi De Desirable Det T Tc ye yej
t j t sirable Properties Will Be BeRapidly BeRapidly
Rapidly Taken Up UpChevy UpChevy i iL
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+ z Chevy Chase properties may be inspected under und r all allweather alli allweather
i weather conditions with the same degree of comfort amf rt as city cityproperty 4 4property
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i L A charming bungalow surrounded by b over quarter acre acreof acreoi acreof
+ of grounds Elevation of 400 feet House contains contuns seven sevenrooms sevenz t tt
z t rooms and bath bn and is splendidly built The location and sur surroundings suri surroundings
i roundings raaks mak this a home with a splendid speculative spe ulative future futureNear futureNear f
Near N ear the corner of Connecticut avenue and Bradley Br dle lane lanePrice laneJ lanet laneSE
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E Price 8000t 8000 8000IN SoooIN
t t IN CHEVY CHASE D C CPossessing CPossessing i ii
i Possessing Posse ing every city convenience together with the thecharm thecharm f fI
I charm of suburban life Eleven rooms and two 4vo 1vo baths front frontand 4 4j j jand
j and rear porches r < rches Large cellar and splendid attic Hotwater Hotwaterheat Hotwater1teat Hotwaterp
+ p heat Lot 50x130 t tPrice
1 Price 9750r 9750t 9750E 9750 9750CHEVY
t + r E IN INCHEVY CHEVY CHASE D C CThere C1here v t tf
f There are a few very ery choice building sites available in this thischarming thischa i icharming
charming cha ming suburb With rith them goes every everl possible po ible city con convenience t tvemence 1 1venience
+ venience vemence and qpmfort mfort stores of every kind including drug drugstores 3 3i T Tt
t stores schools an ontheminute ontheMminutecar car service direct to the heart heartof heartj t
i of the city without change changeAdded changeAddecl 4 4Added
+ Added to this is the charm of oi f home life lir tJ at Chevy Chase Chaseat Chaset
t at a prices prices ranging rar ranging g g from onefourth to t onefifth bne fifth of those in i iT de desirable dftt clesirabe
t sirable city c1ty sections sectionsIts sections sectionst sectionsIt +
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+ 1 te e cost of a I twentyfoot lot lotA nt ntI 4 4A
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KNOT REMAINS TIED TIEDJudge TIEDJ TIEDIudg
Judge J ndge Reetraias Courts Refusal to toAimnl toA1 toA
Aimnl A1 nul nl Marriage MarriagoJustice MamagaJuatlce MarriageJutIe
Justice Van Orsdel of the Court CourlAppea1 if ifAppeaa f fAppeals
Appeals yesterday restrained th t1M U aetfcm aetfcmof act actor actioiof
of the th District t Supreme Court in refusing ratUIIBgthe refgthe refusingthe
the petition of Clyde CJ de I L WilHamaon wnllaal oR to toannul toannul toannul
annul his marriage mam to Mabel Williamson Williamsonwhich WlIUmIIonwhich WiWunionwblch
which followed after correspondence COIre poad8DC8 in inresponse Inresponse Inresponse
response to an advertisement placed by bythe bythe bythe
the young woman in a paper published publl pubIIih e4 by bya b ba bya
a matrimonial bureau bureauIn bUNauIn bureuIn
In the course of his opinion finding fta4Iagldencetl M Mvidenc novIdences
videnc ldencetl s of fraud to vitiate the tIMmonial Matri Matrimonial i imonial ¬
monial contract the Justice said saidIn 1IdIn soldIn
In the prasent case there is no claim claimf
< Ir > f the concealment of aay material fact factthat taett tactthat
that t hat would in law vitiate a marriage marriagecontract marrtaseeon marrgeontrftet
contract eon tract In fact the evidene tends tendsstrongly tea tiidsstrongly ll lltrongly
strongly to disprove the specific allega allegation allepHon allegstion
tion upon which the chars of fraud Is Isbased 1 1b 1baied
based b fed We W II find no reason for an abrupt abruptTermination abruptierninatlOn
Termination 1 of this thu romantic venture ventureCROWDS ventureCROWDS renturCROWDS
CROWDS AT BAZAAR BAZAAHSouthern BAZAARiouthern r routhern
Southern Pair Attracts 000 OOOPersons OOOPersonson Persons Personson
on Georgia Georgtn and Florida lorldn NIght AlghtWith NIght1th r1ghtVtti
With 1th a a recordbreaking crowd that thattested thatttsted thattested
tested tho capacity of old Masonic Tem Temple TemrJe TomT1e ¬
ple Georgia sad Florida night t was cel celebrated celbrated eellrated ¬
ebrated at the Southern Soutb m bazaar last lastnight lastl1ight mitiight
night the speaker of the evening being beingRepresentative hetn hetnHqrese beIng1Pre5etatiYt
Representative Hqrese ta tiye W V G Branttay Brantl 7 of ofGeorgia ofieorgia ofeorgIL
Georgia GeorgiaRepresentative ieorgiaReprestll1tatie eorgILRepresentative
Representative Gordon who wag wa intro introduced introduced Introduced ¬
duced by Capt P M DI Leon was high highin hlthn
in n his praise of the two States Stat which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he claimed by virtue of their natural naturalresources Daturalresourcea naturalresources
resources represented the modern ad advancement adancemeat advaneemeut ¬
vancement of the new JUt Sooth SoothAbout SoathAbout SouthAbout
About too II persons MtntOM attended the lunch luncheon lunchfoon lunchon ¬
eon on yesterday afternoon in charge of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs George S Covtagton Co n Mrs Irs Mer Merwin Merwin Merwin
win director general of the bazaar had hadas hadas hadas
as her special guest gue t at luncheon yester yesterday YMterday yesterday ¬
day Mrs Matthew T Soott president presidentgeneral presldMtgeneral presidentgeneral
general of the th D A R RSenator RSenator It ItSenator
Senator Gordon has been en extended an aninvitation aninvitation aninvitation
invitation to attend tonight the occa occasion occasion occo1on ¬
sion 1on being reserved LI a Mississippi Ml8 lutppt Ala Alabama Mahama 118 118hQma ¬
bama and Louisiana ro lsl8n night for which whichthe whlehthe whichthe
the speaker of the evening will willbe be Sena Senator SeIUItor Senator ¬
tor Joseph F l Johnston of Alabama AlabamaInstant Alab8maPiles AlabamaPiles
Piles Quickly QuicklyCured QuicklyCured
Cured al Home HomeInstant HomeInstant
Instant Relief Permanent Cure CureTrial OnreTrial CureTrial
Trial Package Mailed Free to toAll toAll toAll
All in Plain Wrapper Wrapperpiles WrapperPiles WrapperPilee
piles is a fearful disease dWe se but easy to tocure tocure tocure
cure If you ou go at It right rightAn rlgbtAn rightAn
An operation with the knife is dan dangerous dangEroul dangerous ¬
gerous cruel humiliating and d unnec unnecessary unnece5ary unnocsary ¬
essary essaryThere e5aryThere saryThere
There is Just u t one one other sure 8t1r way to tobe tobe tob
be b cured curedpainless painless safe and in the pri privacy priacy privacy ¬
vacy acy of your own home homeIt it is Pyramid PyramidPile PyramidPI1
Pile PI1 tIe Cure CureWe CUTeWe CureWe
We mall a trial package free to all allwho allwho allwho
who write writeIt writeIt writeIt
It will giv give yeu instant relief relief show showyou sbowY011 ohowyou
you the harmless painless v lnleu naturo of ofthis otthle oftlis
this great remedy and start you y u well wellon wellun welton
on the way toward a iii perfect cure cureThen cureThen cureThen
Then you can get a a fullsized box boxfrom boxfrom boxfrom
from any druggist for 80 cants and often oftenone oftenone oftenlie
one lie box cures curesInsist CUf curesInsist L LInsist
Insist on having tav1n what you call for forIf forIf forIf
If the druggist dru t tries to sell you some something somethinS something ¬
thing just as good it is because he hemakes bermakes h hmakes
makes mere m N money on the substitute substituteTha sub substituteThe Ututt UtuttThe
The cure begins begJ Ii at once and con continues contlnu continues ¬
tinues tlnu rapidly until it is complete and andpermanent andpermanent nd ndpermAnent
permanent permanentYou permAnentYou permanentYou
You can go right ahead d with your work workand workand workand
and be easy and ai comfortable all the thetime therne theIt
time timeIt rne rneIt
It Is wen worth trying
Just send your name and address to toPyramid toPyramid toPyramid
Pyramid Drug Co 82 j Pyramid Building 3utldtngMarshall
Marshall Mich and receive freo by b re rewrapper retirn rethrn
tirn 1D1U1 miii the trial package in a plain plainwrapx plainWrapper
wrapper wrapperThousands wrapx WrapperThousands > er erThousand
Thousands have been cured in this thiseasy th1seasy thiseasy
easy painless and inexpensive way in inthe Inthe hithe
the privacy of tho home homeNo borneNo homeNo
No Knife and Its torture tortureXo tortureXo tortureNo
Xo doctor and his bills billsAll bUlsAll billsAt
All At druggists 50 cents Write today
for a free package
YESTERDAY IN CONGRESS CONGRESSMARCH OONGRESS1L1lCIII CONGRESSlLtWt
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mfinem msuesBill nova novaBUI DQI8BW
Bill u fane e 9UHMB ao IUdw itfc tIo bowte bowtepaatad brJ b bPra1 I IIUMII
paatad paatadPostal IUMII IUMIIPSat
Postal wrhwi teak bill to be reDIll voted d M mnsa tenfey tenfeyDW
DW to hv iN US wortk of ttta tor Fafenl FafenlVmiMinp FeMI FeMII8i Fe4elLdidiem
VmiMinp Ldidiem on PwMytauri areas ae i pae pae8h I8i ad adSMHtnr MIlAItge
SMHtnr 8h last ban tMtteonfal to LJ to re reekieg 4ti g So Soate Sea Seaodaa Seaar
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Ike Senate a4Jnms at 4 pi P PnOOSE pHOUSE m mHOUSE
HOUSE HOUSETka nOOSEJ1te HOUSEThe
The Heon eue M at t at soon soonBUI II mmdill OII OIIu
dill u ta eeastraet mIintt two fo vmroe atttera ati paue paueBill pawed pawedBui IHl l lBIll
BIll to Jngee i robw emJMMv ebe and tegatioa buM buMtap bt8IIaIJro8cI jjJ jjJhip
tap abroad aIJro8cIBW defeated ddeMiLgill
gill to Writ tonmst toane iuw tai aHs ea CanadiftR CaMdi nadIaa T yes yesOD a ae S SMte
Mte e on Grs Gnat t Lahea L ee tMecd tMecdTbc puecdbe im ed edTb
Tbc Tb be Boa Jima adjoonud at tM iI v Po PoOYSTER m mOYSTER aOYSTER
OYSTER MEN PROTEST PROTESTPure PROTESTPure PROTESTPure
Pure Food Commlniiou Grants Grnn l hear Ilenrinf UenrIng hearing
inf Ing to New cw Jersey Dealers DealersUp DenierUp DealersUp
Up in arms against the Bureau of ofChemistry ofCbemlfttry ofhemIotry
Chemistry on account or a R statement de declaring declarlug dodaring ¬
daring floated oatect bivalves blvaJ are not health healthful hee1Lhful healthmi ¬
ful more than ISO I New Jersey oyster men menargued menarsuect menargued
argued their case ca before berGr Secretary of ofAgriculture orAgrtculture ofAgriculture
Agriculture Wilson Dr Harvey W Wiley Wileyand Wileyand Wileyand
and the members of the Pure Food Com Commission Commtulon Cornmission ¬
mission yesterday yesterdayThe yeelerdflyThe yesterdayThe
The hearing was asked for by the theMaurice th thMaurlce theMaurice
Maurice River Oyster Association which whichhas whlehbas whichhas
has a membership of oyster men of Cum Cumberland Cumberland Cumborland ¬
berland Atlantic and Ocean counties countiesN countJeJ
N J After a score of witnesses had hadbeen hadbMn hadboon
been examined by the government ex exparts exparte axperts
parts and association aCclation counsel oounse the tbemlllSion com commission cmmiselon ¬
mission reserved decision decisionCharles decisionChules decisionCharles
Charles T Bacon president of the asso association aS80elation asicelation ¬
elation presided yesterday YNterd y at sessions sessionsIn
In the afternoon and last night Attor Attorney Attorney Attorfey
ney Walter H Bacon of Brldgeton N J Jappeared Jappared Jappeared
appeared as oounsol for the bivalve man manState menState nunState
State Chemist Daniels produced sped specimens IIpaclmens spedmena ¬
mens of oysters In various stages of de development development dovelopment ¬
velopment and offered expert testimony testimonydiffering testtmonydltrerlng testimonydiffering
differing with Dr Wiley YJley The govern government goernmtnt governmont ¬
mont officers officer made no attempt to argue arguethe arguethe arguethe
the case merely crossquestioning oyster oysterdealers oystordealers oysterdealers
dealers put on the th stand and announcing announcingtheir announcIngUudr announcingtheir
their decision would be forthcoming torthcomlrulat fcrthaomhglathr
lat lathr ir
NO GORDON TESTIMONIAL TESTIMONIALSenator TESTIMONIALScnntor TESTThtOTALSenator
Senator Lodge Halt hahn Plan to Honor HonorAfter JIono JIononetirIng honorRetiring
Retiring MIHHis1lpplnn MIHHis1lpplnnAfter MlssIsilpplanAfter
After discussing the subject with some someof HIDeot somgof
of his hl colleagues Col 08 Senator Gore of Okla Oklahoma Oklahoma Ok Okhoma ¬
homa decided a few days ago that it itwould itould itwould
would ould be a 8 line thing thln for the members of ofthe ofthe f fUte
the Senate to present former Senator SenatorGordon SenatcwGordon SenatorGordon
Gordon of Mississippi with 1th a a handsome handsometestimonial bandsometutlmonlal handsometestimonial
testimonial to take with him to his home homein homeIn homein
in Pontotoc as a reminder of his service servicein serviceIn servicein
in the Senate SenateEvery SenateEvery Sonatavery
Every very one with whom horn the blnd Senator Senatordiscussed Senatordlscuned Senatordiscussed
discussed th the subject thought well of It Itso Itse itso
so se > on Tuesday he gave a subscription subscriptionlist sub crlptlon crlptlonlIt
list to one ot the pages for circulation circulationamong circulationamong circulationamong
among the Senators Some fifteen mem members members inembore ¬
bers of the Senate subscribed to the testi testimonial t teetimonial Stl Stlmonlal ¬
monial most of them making liberal con contributions contrIbutions contribuflons ¬
tributions but Senator Lodge of Massa Massachusetts Ma Masachusetts eo eoehusetts ¬
chusetts brought the movement to a asudden asudden asudden
sudden termination He entered his pro protest protNt protest ¬
test with the Sergeantatarms Serg antatarms taking takingtha takingtho takingthe
the position that the th whole procedure procedurewas procedurewas procedurewas
was undignified and that the employment employmentof
of pages pa B for such a purpose was without withoutprecedent withoutprecedenL withoutprecedent
precedent precedentAs
As a result of the protest the page was wasrequired wasrqulred wasrequired
required to return the contributions to tothe tothe tothe
the Senators who whomade made them themRites themnltes themflitea
Rites for B J I ShawFllmera1 51mwFusetsi Shaw SlinwFacenl
Facenl wrrices were ere held Je5t yesterday daJ for E 1Shure 7Shat J JEEair
Shure EEair of West Fans F tts Church Va L who died ofkant ofhcart of ofhrart
kant dtaeaaa ame at hfa home on Monday night nht 1tfW Revw Rev RerW
W S OTbooua conducted the services ctJ at Co eoltmtbb Colimble Cotembia
tembia Baptist Churoh Mr lr Shaw is survived by byhis byhis bjhis
his wife and an adopted daughter Mrs Adele Dee Dorton or
ton 00 He vai ristyrir jean QrI old
DEMOCRATS DE1UCRATS BIG DAY DAYDefeat DAYC DAYDefeat
C
Defeat Bill for Erection of ofForeign ofForeign ofForeign
Foreign Embassies EmbassiesTTtfCIE E1nbass EmbassiesTJNCiE ps pstfUNCLE
TTtfCIE TJNCiE JOE JOINS PRIVATES PEIVATESSpeaker PRIVATESj PRIVATESSpeaker PRIVATESSpeaker
j
Speaker and Representative ReprelJcnt thc Paw TOTVney Tnwnc Pawnay
nay nc ciloulI Houmj Lenders Under JVormnl JVormnlCondition Normnloncutloni NormaIConditioni
Condition < oncutloni Follow Foxlo Lend of Macon Mnconrtnd Maconxtnd UnconIfnd
rtnd Ifnd Republican Allies AlllesJIcnsurc Measure Is IsFought IsDo IsIroughton
Do Iroughton Fought ght on Grounds of Economy EconomyUncle EconomyUnele conomy conomy4Jncle
Uncle Joe Carinon Carin on of Illinois and andRepresentative andROpr6S andRepresentative
Representative ROpr6S ntaUve Tawney of Minnesota MinnesotaHouse MinnesotaHouse MinnesotaHouse
House loaders under und r normal conditions conditionsjoined conditionsjotned conditionsJoined
joined the privates In the ranks yester yesterday Josterday yestorday ¬
day and followed the load of Repre Representative Repre Repres8ntat1va Reprosentative ¬
sentative Macon of Arkansas Arkans S Democrat Democratwho Democratwho Democratwho
who with 1tb the assistance of his Republi Republican Ropubllcan ROpubltcan ¬
can allies defeated the bill proposing to toauthorize toauUtorl toauthorize
auUtorl authorize e tha th Secretary of State to pur purchase purcbase purchase ¬
chase or erect embassy legation and andoonaular andQOftsular andounsular
oonaular building abroad abroadIt abrOdIt abroadIt
It w YIU s a staid day for Mr Macon lIa on and andother andoUier andotbr
other Democrats DemocratsThe DemocratsThe iemocrntsThe
The measure was brought up In the theHomre theHoUft theHouse
House yesterday Mterda by Representative Rapr lentUo Low Lowden Lowdeb Lowden
den of Illinois It WM wa supported by such suchprominent suchprommll suchprominent
prominent prommll t members mambe as Representatives RepresentativesLottgworth neprosentat1vosLOIt RepressnttiVO5Loogworth
Lottgworth LOIt th of Ohiot Denby of Michigan Michiganand Michiganand Uchl gan ganand
and Sheeley Shlele of Kentucky while Mann Manntha lIannthe Mannthe
the o official lclal objector interposed bltOrI > 080d no op opposltion opJ08IUolL oppoeftlon
posltion Uncle Joe and Mr Tawnoy Tawneyfought TawnoyfOUat TawnoYrouit
fought the bill II on n grounds of economy economyPlcniLt economyPlead
Plead 1 len11 for Diplomacy DiplomacyMr
Mr Lowdens Low enl speech presenting tho thomeamire thomMMlrl themefteuro
meamire was followed with elose lose atten attention attentton attontion ¬
tion H He declared that It wg w nigh ume umediplomacy UmecUpIomacr timediplomacy
diplomacy was recognised as a profes profession prorosstem profosdon ¬
stem stemPoIDt1n
sionPointing Pointing PoIDt1n a moral Mr Lowden said this thiswas thiswu thiswas
was the situation that confronted moat moatof mOltDC mootof
of the American diplomatic representa representatives represontath reprosontathis ¬
this tivesSimitar th thisSimUar
thSt Simitar St r speeches speech were made by other othermembers otharmembs othermembers
members membersIt
It M generally eoacwHNi eoaee Sd cl that the Bouse Bouseic BOQsefa Slouseii
ic in no temper at this thu time to enter upon uponnew uponnew UpORow
new ow policies tNtlicJoa Involving tho expenditure of ofpublic ofpublic ofpublic
public moneys moneysFAVORS mone moneFAVORS moneysFAVORS
FAVORS UNION HOURS HOURSHouse IIOURSHouse HOURSHouse
House Goes Go on Record for Eight Eighthour Eighthour Eighthour
hour Day DayThe DayThe DayThe
The House yesterday went t on record In InfTOr IntaYOr inaiut
fTOr of an eighthour gay d for labor em employed emOft emp1o ¬
ployed p1o on government etftmeat work workThte W workThis 1Jt 1Jti
i This TIaI action was taken in connection connectionwttfc connectioni connectionwith
i with a 8 bill providing pt8v1d for the construction constructionof
of two revenue cutters cutt each to cost costI9BOM co costvery t tEvery
I9BOM I9BOMEvery
Every very effort was wa made by Representa Representative Repre Repesoentatire ntn ntnue ¬
tire Tawney to defeat the measure but butwithout butv1tJU butwithout
without v1tJU ut avail Y8IL The surprise vrprl of the day dsycame dayIn daycome
came In I the presentation of an amend amendment JUliondt amendmeat ¬
meat t by PI Hughes HM of New Jersey 811 provid providing provldlo providlag ¬
lag lo that the Secretary of tb the Treasury in inmaking Inmaklftl Inmaking
making contracts for the construction of ofthe otthe ofthe
the vessel veasolL should require the th builders buildersto
to prescribe an eigbthour day dayThe dyThe dayThe
The Hugh amendment was carried by bya byvta bya
a viva vim voce vote only a a few Bepobneansignifying lIepa1 Bepobnean IepubileanssignifyIng JleBa JleBagnatrln
signifying gnatrln < < their opposition tIGn to It it On a arising ariId1I arising
rising riId1I vote tn the bill was paasod puHdl1l IIS yafea yafeaas y ye s ses
as es against e JMt 68 nays naysSEEKS na naSEEKS naysSEEKS
SEEKS TO REVIVE BILL BILLChairman BILLChairman BILLChalrmnn
Chairman Smith Would Prevent the thePractice thePrllotlce thePractice
Practice of Unary UnaryTfr UJlurTQM Usurylbe
Tfr QM bill to prevent the practice of usury usuryin uliUryIn usuryIn
in the District similar to the measure re recently recently recently ¬
cently tabled by the House District Com Committee Committee Cornmittes ¬
mittee and which hlch Chairman Smith te teseeking IsMilking Icmelting
seeking to revive will au be reported by the thesubcommittee thlsuDeommlttee thesubcommittee
subcommittee at the th meeting today of ofthe oftile ofthe
the Senate District Committee with the therecommendaion thereeommendaJon therecommendlon
recommendaion that with certain admin administrative admlnI8tUve adzninIctrative ¬
istrative amendments the bin pass pasaSenator passSenator 58 58Scator
Senator Dtlllngham who ho Is Is chairman of ofthe orthe ofthe
the subcommittee has given the matter matterhis matterhIa matterhis
his moet careful consideration and will willfavor winfavor willfavor
favor a law permitting perm1tU 1 per cent a month monthto monthto monthto
to be charged on collateral loans loansPOSTAL Ion8POSTAL loansPOSTAL
POSTAL BANK BILL DISCUSSED DISCUSSEDCoimtltntionnlity DISCUSSEDCOllJltltntlonnllt DISCUSSEDConatitntlonnhilY
Coimtltntionnlity of Mensure Sup Supported SU SUported Supported ¬
ported and Assailed In Senate SenateThe SennteThe SenateThe
The postal savings vl bank bill which Is Isto Isto isto
to be voted on by the Senate today was wasdiscussed wasd wasdiscussed
discussed d in the Senate yesterday for the thegreater thesrter thegreater
greater part of the session sessionSet 1J8I 105510ksot 1I 1I8ti
Set speeches were mad made by Senator SenatorBradley SenasorBradley Senaor SenaorBradley
Bradley of Kentucky and Senator SenatorSoutheriand SenatorSoutherland SenatorSoutheriand
Southeriand of Utah in support of the theconstitutionality theCOJUJt1tuto thecouatituttouihity
constitutionality COJUJt1tuto a1lty of the measure while whileit whUeIt whileit
it was vigorously YiIOroa y assailed Ued by Senator SenatorHeyburn Sen8torH SenatorHeyburn
Heyburn H burn of 0 Idaho who said that it Is Isunconstitutional Isunconstitutional isunconstitutional
unconstitutional unconstitutionalMEASURE unconstitutionalMEASURE unconstitutionalTIEASURE
MEASURE PASSED BY SENATE SENATEAuthorizes SENATEutl1orIzell SENATEAuthorizes
Authorizes Issue of Certificates of ofIndebtedness ofIndebtedness ofIndebtedness
Indebtedness to 30tOOOOOO 30tOOOOOOThe 3OOOOOOOThe OtOOO OtOOOTha
The Senate passed yesterday the bill billauthorizing billUthOrl7Jng billauthiorl7tng
authorizing the issue of certificates certJ eates of in indebtedness IndebtodnestJ Indebtedneso ¬
debtedness to the extent of t80OGO 1IOOOUOO 00 for forthe torthe forthe
the completion of existing reclamation reclamationprojects recJamaUonproj reclamationprojects
projects proj t in the Western W lJtern States Senator SenatorClay SenatorClay SenatorClay
Clay of Georgia protested protestedHe protestedH protestedHe
He H predicted It would be only a matter matterof matterof matterof
of a few years when demands would be bemade bemade betngde
made on Congress to pass annually bills billsfor bUtsfor bit1 bit1for
for reclamation projects carrying appro appropriations approprletlons appropriations ¬
priations of from 58003000 to 80000000 80000000CAREYS 60000000OAREYS 80000000CAREYS
CAREYS GAS GASBILL BILL DELAYED
Representative Rcpre cntnthc Wants nnts House Sub Subcommittee Subcommittee Subcommittee ¬
committee to toJInlie Make Report ReportNotice ReportNotice ReportNotice
Notice was s yesterday served on the thesubcommittee thesubcommittee thesubcommittee
subcommittee on education labor lab r and andcharities am amcharttlel andcharities
charities of the House District Com Committee Committee Cornmitts ¬
mittee by Representative Carey that if ifan 1Can ifan
an immediate report was not forthcom forthcoming forthcomIng fortheomlog ¬
ing upon his bill to fix the price of gas gasin gasIn gasin
in the District at t 80 cents per thousand thousandfeet thousandfeet thousandfeet
feet he I would move that the subcom subcommittee subcom subcommittee subeornmittee ¬
mittee H be > e discharged from further con consideration consideration constderatlon ¬
sideration of tho bill and that it be din disposed dlspo dinposed ¬
posed po ed of by the full committee committeeMr committeeMr committeeMr
Mr Carey said that he was tired of the thedelay thedelay thedelay
delay and that he Intended to get im immediate Immediate Immediate ¬
mediate action In one way wa or another anotherCHANGES anotherCHANGES anotherCHANGES
CHANGES TARIFF LAW LAWThe LAWThe LAWThe
The House on motion pf f Representa Representative Representative Representative ¬
tive Greene of Massachusetts yuehus tta chairman chairmanof
of the Committee on Merchant Marine Marinepassed Marinepassed Marinepassed
passed a bill yesterday amending the thePa thePltnoAldrich thePayneAldrich
Pa PltnoAldrich noAldrich tariff law lawThe lawThe lawThe
The amendments permits the govern government government governmexit ¬
ment to remit tonnage taxes on Ca Canadian Canadian Canadian ¬
nadian vessels entering the Great Lakes Lakesservice Lakesservice Lakesservice
service Prior to the th passage of the new newtariff new newtarItI newtariff
tariff law a rellprocal arrangement of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this kind was vas in effect between the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and Canada CanadaUrges CanadaUrges CanadaUrges
Urges Shnft for Wilkes WilkesSenator WllkeSenator WilkesSenator
Senator Root Introduced a bill yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day to authorize the Secretary of the theNavy theNavy theNavy
Navy to erect a monument over the grave graveof graveat graveof
of Rear Admiral Charles W Wilkes likes In the theNational theNational theNational
National Cemetery at Arlington Va The Thesum Thesum Thesum
sum of 1500 was appropriated
CHAMBER MAY AY MOVE MOVETrade MOVETrade iOYETrade
Trade Body Seeks Quarters Quartersin
in H Street StreetESIBED StreetDESIRED StreetDESIRED
DESIRED BY THE MEMBERS1 MEMBERS1Directors MEMBERS MEMBERSDirector MEMBERSDirectors
Directors Hold March nrcl1 Meeting 1Ue Ul1g and andTalCe nd ndrnke j jTnttc
Tnttc Action on Delinquent in inPayment Innmcl1t inPnymeflt
Payment nmcl1t of Dues DuesConVentioflI DuesConVentioflICoinniltiec Conventions ConventionsCommittee QonTenttOuOommlttee
Committee Submits an Interesting InterestingReport IntcrcatlnReportXew InterestingReportNew
Report ReportXew Xc v Members Elected ElectedIt ElecteclIt
It Is probable that as the result of ac action acUon aclion ¬
lion last l st night by the board of directors directorsof
of the Chamber of Commerce that thatbady thatbadywiU body bodywill bodywill
will move Into new quarters within a ashort ashort ashort
short time timeThe tJmaThe UmeThe
The matter was brought to the atten attentlon attentlon attention
tlon of the directors at its March meet meetIng meetIng meeting
Ing by tho house committee and it was wasdirected wasdlroct6d wasdiroctad
directed to proceed with the proposition propositionof propolJlttonotsoourfng propositionofsecurlng
of otsoourfng securing the new quarter and that thata thatam6oUnS
a am6oUnS meeting of the board should be called calledearly eall calledoarly d
early 61111 next week to tk receive the commit committees committoos committees ¬
+
tees report reportW reportV
W V Herron chairman of the house com committee committee cornmitten ¬
mittee said It bad btl cone to his commit committee commlttoe committee ¬
tee from members that better quarters quarterswere quarterswore quarterswore
wore desirable de lrable for the office and meetings meetingsof
of the th chamber Ha said the eommlttQe eommlttQehad CQmmttt cpmmitteehad e ehad
had found desirable rooms In tha new newbuilding newbuUdlng newbuilding
building of the Builders Exchange on onH onIi onH
H street straett between Thirteenth Xhlrt O th lush t41 Four Fourteeivth Fourteenth Fourteeith
teeivth streets northwest These rooms roomswould roomsoyld roomswould
would oyld be easily accessible from all parts partsof partsoC partsof
of the city and ho thought would be bemoro bemoro bemore
moro suitable for the purpose than the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present quarters The matter will prob probably probably probably ¬
ably be disposed of at a special 8pect I meeting meetingof
of the board to be called next week weekMembers woekIemhcrll weakMemlers
Members Must Pay pn Dues DuesSome DuesSomo DuesSome
Some time was spent > > in talking over overthe overtbe overthe
the finances of the Chamber following followingthe tonowngth followingthe
the th treasurers tr RSurers report It was found that thata
n a considerable number of the members membersare mombersliro membersare
are in arrears some of them for several severalmonths MV svralmonths nll nllmonth
months The directors were of the anla anlaJon o1lnton epinion
Jon that members who we e behind be 1Dd in the thepayment thepayment thepayment
payment of dues beyond the constitu constitutional coDlltltutJonal conatitutional ¬
tional limit should either pay up or be bedropped bedroppocl bedropped
dropped from the roiL The matter was wasreferred w wrerorr wasreferred
rerorr referred lto to the tb membership committee committeewhich eommlttaewhich committeewhich
which was directed to make a canvass canvassor canvauor canvassof
or tn the delinquent deJl Cluent members and report reportat reportat reportat
at U the e next meeting meetJn > of the board boardH boArdII boardH
H C C C Stiles made a 8 report from the theconventions tbeconventions theconventions
conventions committee that the effort effortbeing etrMtbetno effortbeing
being made to bring brin the annual conven convention convention convenlion ¬
tion of the Mystic JstJe Shriners to Washing Washington ashlng ashlngton ¬
ton in JUS had been practically aban abandoned abandoned abondoned ¬
doned The committee held a meeting meetingyesterday meel1nr7estor meetingyesterday
7estor yesterday at noon at which several severalmembers Hveralmembers severalmembers
members of Almas Temple the local body bodyof bodyot bodyof
of Sbriners wore present It was found foundMr foundMr DUMMr
Mr Stiles said that it had not been beenfound beenfound beenfound
found feasible to raise nJ the fund necessary neceaearyto aee sary saryto
to compete with 1tb Milwaukee and other othercities otherclUes othercIties
cities who were compeUtorKwith COIII U 1tb Wash Washington WashIngtou uh uhInFon ¬
ington toe the neaor neaorKniglifet hOttOrJnlghb hOicrKnight
Knight Tcmplnr Conclave ConclnveMr ConelneMr ConclaveMr
Mr Stiles laid th the Question of bringing bringingto
to the Capital the triennial conclave concJa of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Knights Kn ta Templar in ma was wa a a mat matter mattctr mattee ¬
tee the committee has ha under advisement advisementas
as aloe the th meeting meelln of the national or organisation orDItion orgsnisotlon ¬
ganisation DItion of the Knights of Pythlse In Inmi IntH in1t14
mi tH Mr r SUles SUI ilhis also a o ss1 Mid h 1M hoped to tobring tobring tobring
bring the next D Ct meeting m of the police 1101101 chiefs chiefsof chiefor chiefsor
or the United States Stat f > Washington WashingtonFallowing WJlalUftltonFDllowtD WashingtonFollowing
Fallowing FDllowtD die be report of thf th committee committeea U6e U6esfft0l81
a a general tmotrtsfcm ensued eo In which whichways wl whichways eh ehwa
ways wa and means for making tho work of ofthe otthe ofthe
the committee more effective were w re taken takenup takenPo takenup
up Po It was suggested su that a a plan be bestarted betartec1 bestarted
started to raise about feftBQ 800 among the thebusliieM thebWIIDMM thebusiness
business man directly a affected < < eete by the thecoining thecmnlnJ theedaning
coining of crowds to Washington n to be beused beuHcI bei
used i d in bringing 1JrlnG1 conventions or the bet better better bettei ¬
ter class eJ8 here hereT hereo hereTwo
T Two TO o Reports Completed CompletedA
A Leftwich Left Ieb Sinclair reported that the thereports thereporta thereports
reports of subcommittees nbcoma ttee on the general PAOCalcommtttoo generalcommittee generalcommittee
committee on law and legislation I Uon on the thehigh thehigh thehigh
high cost of living l1vtn and on the acquisition acquisitionof
of Alexandria County V Ya u as a part partof p pertof rt rtof
of the District were ready to be sub submitted submitted submitted ¬
mitted to the full committee for Its ac action aetl netion ¬
tion tl n and that a a meeting would be held heldFriday heldFrldfLT heldFriday
Friday afternoon for that purpose purposeS Purpose PurposeE
B S H lL Daniels Danle chairman of the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee on membership reported that since sincethe slaketho officethe
the beginning of the year 19W 1 new mem members members mornbars ¬
bers had been added to th the roll of tho thoChamber thoChamber theChamber
Chamber twentynine of which were wereelected wereelected woreelected
elected last night as follows P F Nell Nellgan NeJlgan Nellgnu
gan George A Doatel John Metcalfo MetcalfoMllno lIetcalfomn MetcalfoMilno
Mllno mn Charles C Randolph John F Cos Costollo Costollo Cootoflo
tollo Charles Cbul P Grandfield Joseph A ABurkart ABurkart ABurkart
Burkart George W Crosby Howard S SRoeside SRoesl SReesido
Roeside Roesl e P B Chase John H Harris HarrisJ
J L Arlltt Leon L Cahoon Paul Leibel LeibelJ
J J Farrell F Rogerson Henry Ehrn EhrnW EhrnW Ehrnw
W P M King Charles D Fowler Will Willlam WiUl Willurn
lam l m J Bacon Jr L Willoughby Moore MooreElmon MooreElmon MooreElinon
Elmon Cook Reid S Baker Fred A ASchmidt ASchmidt A ASchmidt
Schmidt Leo F Zwissler Henri Aehter Aehterkirchen Aehterkirchen Aebterkirchen
kirchen Watson E Coleman J Carey CareyKing C CreyKing re reKlnS
King and Lester B 3 PlattI Platt Plattf
I f DOG SHOW DATES SET SETThe SETThe SETThe
The bench committee of the Washing Washington Washington TashIng TashIngton ¬
ton Kennel Club at its meeting in the therooms therOOh1S therooxLls
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon decided to hold the dog dogshow dogshow dogshow
show at the New Arcade Fourteenth Fourteenthstreet Fourteenthstreet Fourteenthstreet
street and Park road April 13 14 15 and
16 Reports read at the meeting give givepromise givepromise givepremise
promise of the entrance of about fifty lo local local local ¬
cal dogs and it is hoped that at least BOO BOOwill 500will OO OOwill
will be brought here from other cities citiesDr citiesDr citiesDr
Dr Cecil French the t e temporary presi president presldent president ¬
dent of the club is enthusiastic over the theoutlook theoutlook theoutlook
outlook and says the membership is in increasing Increasing Increasing ¬
creasing daily and that both subscriptions subscriptionsand sub crfptJons crfptJonsand
and donations are coming In at a most mostsatisfactory mostsatisfactory mostsetisfactory
satisfactory rate rateAmong rateAmongthe rateAmong
Among Amongthe the latter is a handsome black blackPersian blackPersian blackPersian
Persian lamb cloak donated by the Saks SaksFur SaksFur SaksFur
Fur Company that will ba awarded to tothe tothe tothe
the most popular woman exhibitor at the theshow theshow theshow
show Each paid admission will entitle entitlethe entItiethe entitlethe
the holder to one vote voteMiss Yot YotMI58 voteMiss
Miss Katherine Elklns has donated a avaluable a aaluable avalunble
valuable cup and will become b ome a a member memberof
of the club as well as Mrs Stilson StilsonHutchins StilsonHutchins StilsonHutchins
Hutchins HutchinsA
A meeting of the club will be beheld held this thisevening thisevening thisevening
evening in the rooms of the Chamber of ofCommerce otCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce at S30 S oclock ocl k when the con constitution constitution constitutlon ¬
stitution and bylaws will be adopted the thereports thereports thereports
reports of the ommlttees received and andthe andthe andthe
the permanent officers offl Ar5 elected electedFOR electedFOR electedFOR
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BISHOP HARDING SPEAKS SPEAKSAdministration SPEAKScJmlnltrntJon SPEAKStdniinistrntlon
Administration of Holy Communion CommunionExplained CommunionExp1nlnecl CommunionExplained
Explained by Prelate PrelntcThe PrelateThe PrelateThe
The order of administration of the theHob UteHob theHoly
Hob Communion was the subject of ofBtehop otBIshop ofBishop
BIshop Hardings address before the theteachers tReteachers theteachers
teachers training class in the Church of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the Epiphany last night nightRev nightRev
Rev RI Randolph H McKlm spoke on the therelg therelgK thereign
relg reign of King Kln David aid and Solomon He Hedwelt Hedwelt
dwelt at length upon the perfect love that thatexisted thatexisted
existed between David D vId and Jonathan and anddeclared anddeclared
declared the psalmist was a most right righteous righteous rightcots ¬
eous king kingBUILDING kin kinBUILD kingBUILDING
BUILDING BUILD NG FUND GROWING GROWINGBusiness GROWINGDuslncu GROWINGBusiness
Business Girls of Y W C A Are ArePushing re rel reIushing
Pushing l Whirlwind hlrlwlnd Campaign CnmpnlcnAccelerated Cnmpnl CampaignAccelerated n nAccelerated
Accelerated Impetus was given to the thewhirlwind thewhlrl thewhirlwind
whirlwind whlrl nd campaign of the MO business businessgirls buslne busInessgirls s sgirls
girls of tho Young Youn Womens Christian ChristianAssociation ChrIstianA850cl8tlon ChristianAssociation
Association in the Interest of the build building building building ¬
ing fund for the vacation catton house hou e which whichthey whichther whichthey
they are al to erect on their recently recontl ac acquired acquired acquired ¬
quired property by the receipt of 8 a com communication communication cornmunication ¬
munication from Woodward oodward Lothrop LothropIn
In which was inclosed a WJO 500 check The Theresult Tberesult Theresult
result of o the flrst weeks work shows a atotal 8 8total atotal
total of ni5SOI l85Sfl9 pf prwhlch if which 5144LOO 144LOO is in incaph Inca Incah
caph ca cah h and pledges A check for 5100 l O wag wagalso wasalso 88 88also
also received from Mrs E Geary John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son sonHonors Honors for the first week were carried carriedoff carriedort carriedoff
off by the Misses Martha Tilden and andFlorence andlorenc andFlorence
Florence lorenc Haskell the formers company companyturning oomPt11yturning eomp + tny tnyturning
turning in 115 and the latters 10654 The Thefinal Thefinal Thefinal
final report shows that the birthday birthdaypenny birthdaypennJ birthdaypenny
penny plan under the leadership of Miss MissMinna MisslUnn MissMinna
Minna lUnn Schafer netted 114950 114950GmLS 249 21950GIRLS 0
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GIRLS IN CHARITY PLAY PLAYYonnff PLAYYoung PLAYYoung
Young People of f UnlvcrsalLst Unhcr n1Lst Church ChurchPrencnt ChurchPrcllcnt ChurchPrenent
Prencnt Clever Xovelty XoveltyTO XovelhTo oveItyTo
TO redeem their Convention pledge to toraise toraise toraise
raise certain funds the girls of the theYoung theYounS theYoung
Young Peoples Christian Union of the theUnlvcrsallst theUnlcrsaUst theUniversalist
Unlvcrsallst church hurch last evening evenl g threw throwdown threwdown threwdown
down the gantlet to the boys of the same sameorganization sameorganlzaUon sameorganization
organization to parallel the th excellence excellenceof
of the entertainment with which they theyregaled theyregaled theyregaled
regaled their friends at Carroll Institute InstituteHall InstituteHall InstituteHall
Hall HallThe HallThe HallThe
The programme announced tho Blos Blossom Blossom BIossom ¬
som Family or a musical bouquet bouquetwhich bouQuetwhich bouQuetwhich
which was described as a twoact novelty noveltyIntroducing noveltyIntroducing noveltyintroducing
Introducing songs and specialties The TheI Thefeature Thefeature
I feature of the evening was a a beautiful beautifulfloral beautifultIoral beautifulfloral
floral vase ase overflowing with the rarest rarestflowers rarestflowers rarestflowerspf
flowers flowerspf pf of the church churchIts Its most beautiful beautifulgirls beautifulgirls beautifulgirls
girls girlsMuch girlsMuch girlsMuch
Much of the success of the performance performancewas
was duo to the untiring energy displayed displayedby displayedby displayedby
by the committee of arrangements com composed composed cornposed ¬
posed of Mr and Mrs Sinclair Miss MissKatherlne MissKatherine MissKatherine
Katherine Harvey and Miss FItts FIttsGEORGE FittsGEORGE FittsGEORGE
GEORGE B ANDERSON DEAD DEADConsul DEADoDllml DEAIIConsul
Consul oDllml at Martinique Expires Sud Suddenly Sudclenly Suddenly ¬
denly on Train TrainNew TrnlnNew TrainNew
New York March 2 2George George B Ander Anderson Anderson Andesson ¬
son United States consul at Martinique Martiniquedied 1IartiniQucdied Martiniquedied
died this afternoon on a West Shore Shoretrain Shoretrain Shoretrain
train between Kingston and Weehawken WeehawkenRheumatism WeehawkenRheumatism WeehawkenRheumatism
Rheumatism of the heart was the prob probable probable probable ¬
able cause of his death deathSCIENTIFIC deathSCIENTffiC deathSCIENTIFIC
SCIENTIFIC PAPERS READ HEADPapers READPapers READPapers
Papers of scientific interest were read readat readat readat
at the regular monthly meeting of the theWashington theWashington theWashIngton
Washington branch of the American AmericanPharmaceutical AmedonnPharmaceutical AmerlcnnPharmaceutical
Pharmaceutical Association Assocl tlon In the t e Na National National a ationa1 ¬
tional College of Pharmacy Pb macy last night nightDefinition nightDefinlUon nightDefinition
Definition of colorless liquids was a apaper apaper apaper
paper read by Dr Norman Roberts Prof ProfQ ProtoG
Q A Mange told something newiabout newiaboutthe new labout laboutthe iaboutthe
the melting point and the require requirements require requirements requirements ¬
ments of hydrogen dioxide was the sub subject subject subject ¬
ject of a a paper by Dr L F Kebler
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Of course there tb re are countless factories factoriesthat factoriesUaat factoriesthat
that are not at the mercy of unions but buteven bute buteveii
even e these Ut8i expect desertions The walk walking walkIng walkleg ¬
ing delegates delega of the unions have been beenbusy beenbuay beenholy
busy proselyting all week The union unionofficiate unIonomcta1s unionolliciahs
officiate Insist that their hotI missionary missionary work workhas workhas workhas
has been been successful and tbatthey that they have haveput havePUt haveput
put thousands of former nonunion n nunton men menon menon incaon
on their lists listsJust listsJU8t listsJust
Just how many men will quit work work on onSaturday onSdotunlay onSaturday
Saturday fag all guesswork John J Mur Murphy MurIthy Iur Iurpby ¬
phy president rooident of the Central LaborUnion LaborUnion Labor LaborUnion
Union boasts that he can crack the thewhip thewhip thewhip
whip over 160000 workmen workmenFew workmonFew Workm t1 t1FfW
Few save Mr Murphy MurphYbelleve believe that so somany som8ny somans
many will strike A conservative conS8r attv esti estimate estimate ostimate ¬
mate puts the number at atMerchants 76000 76000Merchants 16000Merchants
Merchants whose business has suffered sufferedare sutteredare sufferedare
are asking themselves if i 5000 Idle car carmen carmen carmen ¬
men can n bring about a series of riots that thatcost thatcoat thatcoot
cost half a a dozen lives Injured 200 20 peo people people peepie ¬
ple and made Philadelphia shameful be before before before ¬
fore the country what conditions of ofthings ofthIngs ofthings
things is to be expected if 75000 men are arethrown arethrown arethrown
thrown idly upon the streets all ani animated animated antmated ¬
mated by resentment against the Rapid RapidTransit RapidTransit RapIdTransit
Transit Company CompanyThe CompanyThe CompanyThe
The success of the company In reln relnstltutlng relneUtutIng reinsUtuting
stltutlng service which it has actually actuallydone actuallydone actuallydone
done to a large extent is expected pected to be bean bean bean
an irritant when the general strike strikecomes strikecomes strikecomes
comes comesThe comesThe comesThe
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respect to mattresses advertised in magazines at atS
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mattresses cut open on our floors floorsDININGROOM floorsDININGROOM oors oorsDININGROOM
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conclusion that It Is useless to appeal pcal wr wrthe tothe tGthe
the Rapid Transit directors Their Thbtr main mamhope matnhope mainhope
hope Is that councils may influence tnfiu nae the thecompany th thcompany thecompaty
company or that McNlchoI Vare Vhre and andPenrose andPenrose andPenrose
Penrose will be able to think up tip some something 1OO1ething something ¬
thing thingHow thingHow thingHow
How these business men regard the thesituation 1h6sItuation thesituation
situation and how alarmed they fere tare re may maybe maybe maybe
be gathered from a communication communlcs on that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the United Business Mens rens Associationaddressed Association Akoeiatlonaddressed soelatlon soelatlonaddressed
addressed this oven e evening enlng Ing to the select and andcommon andcommon andcommon
common councilmen councilmanIt
It t seemed to be the theory of ofthe the peace peacedelegations 1iCOdelegations peacedelegations
delegations that Earle as a a representa representative repr xupreaentatire enta entatlTe ¬
tire of the public would feel bound to torecognize torecognize torecognize
recognize the widespread demand for ar arbitration arbitratIon arbitratlon ¬
bitration from the public but from tho thoannouncements thoannouncements theannouncements
announcements made by Earle himself himselfas
as well as the company arguments arguments for forpeace forpeace forpeace
peace had no effect After the represent representatives representatives representatives ¬
atives of the Merchants Association had hadhad hadhad hadhad
had a long conference confer nc with Erle and andVice andVice andVice
Vice President Clarence Wolf the follow following following ¬ i iIng
ing announcement was made madeThe madeThe madeTho
The merchants used their best efforts effortswith ettortswith effortawith
with both sides to have the strike strikesettled strikesettledBut settled settledBut J JBut
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But inasmuch as neither side would re relent rolent relent ¬
lent from Its position their efforts were wereof wereof wereof
of no avail availIt aVllUIt availIt
It became evident following thls an announcement announcement announcement ¬
nouncement that the merchants had hadthrown hadthroI1 hadthrown
thrown up their hands when the me meetingwhich meeting meetingwhich ti 1g 1gwhich
which had been called for this evening eveningwas eveningwas oveningwas
was called off offThere onThere offThere
There was not the slightest sign of dis disorder disorder disorder ¬
order today or tonight and the com company company cornpany ¬
pany managed to put about XOOO cars in inservice Inservice inservice
service during the busy hours Tonight Tonightaccording Tonlgbtaccording Tonightaccording
according to its own showing It ran 640
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