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Dr Wiley V iJ e Favors Procfiic Procfiiction Pro Proiction c ctionill
tion tionill hi Nearby States StatesDE statesDR StatesDR
C H Rnvl Dcclnrc Consumers Are Aream Area Areus
am a Much Iucb nt Fault n Farmers Farmersand larmeranntl Farnicrnail
and Dairymen DulrmenJohn John Thomn and anilGeorge nndG andGeorge
George G < orlc M U Oyster Speak Slu nk from the theDealers theDenIers theDcalcr5
Dealers Standpoint StandpointMy SnnilpolnlMy
My My Il plea psu is I that dairy products shall shallbe shallbe 3hl1be
be pare p rt To hav hava them pure is to have havethem nwethtm havethem
them fre fresh h every day da It does deo not coat costmore coatmore coatmore
more to produce clean products than thanfilthy thantIlthy thanfilthy
filthy filthyTheae ones onesThese on on1h
These 1h were W6rO wer the Utelcenclu lcenclu conclusions ceflCUOflS lene of an n In Interesting IntprPBUnc Intrtsttng ¬
teresting speech p Mk upon 1IPO Buttor cream creamand creamand eroniand
and Ice cream cr craa delivered before the theBoard thel3oard
Board of Trade last night nl bt by b Dr Harvey HarveyWiley EaroyWiley HarveyWiley
Wiley Chief of the Bureau of Chemistry Chemistryo Cheml to
o the Agricultural Department Dr DrWiley DrWiley DrWiley
Wiley was w invited to address the Board Boardby Boardby Beanb
by b Dr Percy Hkkllng chairman of the thecommittee theJmmlttee thecimmIttee
committee on health in support of a aresolution aretlOlution aresolution
resolution Introduced that the Board BoardShould Boardshould BoardhouId
Should houId approve House bill 17W6 1 17O which whichprovides whichprovide whIchprovlds
provides for an amendment to the milk milkInspection milkInspection milkInpect1on
Inspection law of the District In the theinterests the1ntfrestB thethtrest
interests thtrest of better handling of the prod product product product ¬
uct After < a a number of speeches tehfS on the thesubject theubJect theubect
subject ubect the resolution was adopted adoptedFroKli adoptod11reh adoptedFreli
FroKli MIIU I l Pure PureDr PureDr Purerr
Dr Wiley took the broad ground that thatpure thatpurf thatpure
pure dairy products would be the 01 great greatest grt greateat L Lcat ¬
est blessing bMn that could come to Wash Washington WuhlnKton Vaahingtou ¬
ington because of o the universal use of ofbutter ofbutter ofbutter
butter milk and ael cream crfJa He H argued for forthe forth forthe
the th decentralisation of the production of ofdairy ordairy of1iiry
dairy products and oC bringing them themback themback themhack
back to the vicinity of the cities where wheresuch wheresuch wheresuch
such products are used He said that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the States Stat of YIr Virginia n1 and Maryland 1Iarylandwith Marylandwith j jwith
with the th small n areas of District ground groundstill groundtlll groundstill
still tlll under cultivation as farm lands landswere landsVfre landswere
were sutncient to produce all the dairy dairyproducts d10produeta dairyproducti
products needed in the Capital and that thatthey thatth thatthey
they th > y could be secured by proper legisla legislation leglIaton legislation ¬
tion and cooperation en the part of the thepeople thepeopla he hepeople
people peopleDr peopleDr peoplaDr
Dr Wiley Wile said that the storing of but buttfr buttr I Itr
tr milk and cream In cold storage was wasbaneful sshareful R Rbantf
baneful bantf l in that it destroyed the freshness rroshnossnr j jf
nr f products which it was w of prime im importance Importance iraportance ¬
portance to have consumed within a short shortperiod shortEflod shortperiod
period Eflod after prodution produ Uon He spoke spe specially spectall apelaity ¬
laity ctall of the dangers daD 6r5 resulting from the thecareless thectrelie
careless 11 rJ manufacture of Ice cream Its Itslong Itlong 1t5lnng
long storage at tOC and nd the contamination of ofthe otthe ofthe
the product even under the t e cold tempera temperature temperAtUft temperatur ¬
tUft tur > to which it wAs Wit fa subjected in tho thovaults thovaults thovaults
vaults Dr Wiley declared that the odu education oducation oducation ¬
cation which hleh was coming out kom In Investigation InVf InvstkgaUoa ¬
vestigation Vf > tigaUon of this th subject would d insure insurein InsureIn InsureIn
in the future purer milk cream and but butter butttr butter ¬
ter because it would ould be made neartha nearthapoints nrtb nrtbpointa nearthepointz
points of consumption and be brought to tothe tothe t tthe
the tables of the people fresh b and con consequently OORequentl1 eonsequently ¬
sequently of first quality qualityConsumer quaJltyCmulUUlcr qualityConsumer
Consumer tit I Fault InnltC milt miltC
C H H RawU Rawl of the Agricultural Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment spoke upon un the duties of the pro producer produr producer ¬
ducer and consumer of dairy products productsThe JCOductLThe productsThe
The burden of his remarks was that milk milkand milkand milkand
and cream should be produced under the thebest thehut thebest
best COJMUUo conditions kept below belo the tempera temperature temperature temperature ¬
ture of fifty degrees In transit and well welltaken welltaken welltaken
taken care of by the consumer alter its itsdelivery Itadelinry Itsdelivery
delivery Mr r Rawl showed that often oftenthe oCteRthp oftenth
the th consumer was more at fault than the theproducer theproducer theproducr
producer or the distrIbutor m In keeping keepinglalry keepingdaIry keepinglalry
lalry products for hours or even ven days daysin da daIn daysn
in n the most insanitary conditions concUt In ij their theirhomes tbelrhom theirhomes
homes homesDr hom homDr homes1r
Dr William C C Woodward health offl offlrer omCr 0111per
per described briefly the system of milk milkinspection milklpecUon milkuspecUon
inspection lpecUon showing shoolin that it extended to tothe tot tothe
the t P farms where it was produced to the thetransportation thetramtportaUo thetransportatlojt
transportation of the product to the city cityto cllyto cityto
to its handling hndflI1 in the city and so far farpossible as aspossible aspossible
possible to the care re of milk in the homes homesf bom bomf
< > f the consumer He said the present presentsystem prOMntlYfltem presentsystem
system of inspection was sa started In 1100 1100and 1 1I lXitn4
and I nd had been Improved year ear by year yearknowled as asknowledge asknowledge
knowledge knowled e of the subject widened and andas andas andas
as circumstances permitted of the en enforcement enforcement enIorcement ¬
forcement of more rigid law Dr Wood Woodward Woodward Woodward ¬
ward paid a tribute to the milkmen as asa asa asa
a whole by saying tlng that the producers producersand producersand producersad
and the distributers triOOter8 had d in th the main maincourageously mainour8eouly mainrouraeousIy
courageously cooperated with the de department deartnwnt tiepartment ¬
partment artnwnt in securing a more sanitary sanitarymilk ranitarymilk anltallnilk
milk supply supplyThe npplyThe suppiyThe
The subject was discussed from the thedealers thedaIrtI thedalers
dealers standpoint by John Thomas Thomaspresident Thomasprpsldeat Thomasrrstdent
president o the local Milk Producers As Association Aso ¬
sociation o itUOft < jation sad by T George Geor e M ltl Oyster Oy > tctr a alocal alorRl aIosI
local dealer
The consideration of the subject subJeet1f was wasclosed wasnosed
closed 1f by a long address addr by Dr G Lloyd LloydMagruder LloydIa LloydMagruder
Magruder Ia r upon the history of the effort effortin ettortin effortIn
in Washington Wuhl 1ton to bring about better bettermilk bettermilk buttermilk
milk conditions He claimed that t at tho thoCapital thoeapltal theapital
Capital apital was the pioneer or American Americancities AmwletlRNtPS AmericasctPes
cities In this th work ork and that tho success successnchieved uc uctlhifM uccosshivM
nchieved hivM was due to the stand taken by bythe bythe bythe
the District Medical Society SocietyPrior SocletJPrior SocietyI
I Prior to the discussion dl of the milk bill billthe blltthf billthe
the board passed upon the reports of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee on industrial Interests which whichrecommended whichrecommended whichrecommended
recommended a higher appropriation for forthe torthe forthe
the proper conduct of the office of the theInspector U tenspector e enspector
nspector of buildings buildingsThe bulldlnprrhe buildingsThe
The report of the committee on bridges brIdgesas
K as also al o Approved which recommended recommendedthe
the following tollowln items itemsReplacing itemsRpplarlng ItemsRp1acing
Replacing Rock RO < k Creek bridge at Calvert Calvertive CalertGive CalvertGive
Give ive Your Stomach Stomacha
I a Chance ChanceTo
To Furnish the System the Neces Necessary N Necessary eces ecessary ¬
sary Fluids to Drive Dyspep Dyspepsia Dyspepsia Dyspepsia ¬
sia from the Stomach StomachA
A Trlnl Package Free FreeYou FreeYou FreeYou
You should give to your stomach the thechemicals thechemicals thechemicals
chemicals It needs to restore tone vigor vigorand vigornnd vigorand
and health to the gastric fluids fluidsFood ftuldsooOd fluidsFood
Food contains all these Ingredients so sonecessary soneceseary soaeceseary
necessary and when the stomach Is In a anormal anormal anormal
normal condition It separates these In lnrodlente IngredIents Ingredlents
rodlente gredIents as it should and manufactures manufactureslies manufacturesIts
Its own dll digestive sUve agents but when It Is Issick issick
sick and BOre tilled with acids and andlies nl a alies
lies that Irritate everything they come in incontact Incontact Incontact
contact with It does not get at the food foodas toOas foodas
as it should and cannot make Its own ownJuices own3ulc1 own3ulees
Juices correctly correctlyScience eorr correctlyI l1Y l1YScience
I Science h hAS ha s proven Just what Is most mostnecessary mosttleC6S88ry mostaecessary
necessary to tho stomach to produce the thecorrect theorrect theorrect
orrect gastric fluids and to make of dl dlpestlon dlftstlon digestion
pestlon a naturally pleasant duty dut duttuarls
Stuarts Dyspepsia D 8pepsla Tablets are so made madea
a < to give the stomach the highest chem chemiral chem1al chemia1
iral properties to aid digestion These Thesetablets The4ilotablts Thesetablets
tablets are made up from pure fruit and andvegetable andgetablt andvegetable
vegetable getablt essences and this Is the theWform theWformuTa the5formri form formula
ula Hydrastlf Gokleu Golden b Seal Lactose Lnct lie Nux XuxAseptic NuxAseptic NuxAseptic
ri Aseptic Pepsin the highest digestive digestiveJtnown lEe5UVe1mown ligestIveItnown
Jtnown and Jamaica Ginger Its prepa preparation preparation preparattoii ¬
ration peculiarly preserves pr Senos > the full fullstrength tullstrength fullstrength
strength of these Ingredients so that they theyiro the thego theygo
go Into the stomach strong an anq capable capableof canabloof canableof
of digesting food of any character Forty
thousand physicians use and prescribe prescribethorn prescrIbethem prescribethem
them Ask sk your our doctor his opinion of the theformula theformula theformula
formula above Every druggist sells them themprice thomprIce themill
price 60 cents per box or send UB your yourname yourname our ourname
ill name and address and wo will send you ou a atrial atrial atrial
trial package by mall free Address F A A AI
I Ftuart Co ICO Stuart Building Marshall
illch IJchIN
Tire lover falls upon his knees where Susan Jane is shelling shellingpeas shellingpeas shellingpeas
peas and says 0 lantern of my life put down the peas and be bemy bemy bemy
my wife For you my dear Id gayly die 1 Id write your name nameupon nameupon nameupon
upon the sky sk I Id scale the mountains snowy head or dip the theocean theocean theocean
ocean from its bed 1 Well seek some lovely sylvan spot and andthere andthere andthere
there well Quild uild our little cot and there well live in love and andease andease andease
ease as happy as two bumble bees Alas I So many dreams go gowrong gowrOng gowrong
wrong I So many man discords mar the song So many l11an promises are areinadeand areIpad areinadand
inadeand Ipad and when theyre washed they often fade A million men menhave menhave menhave
have married maids and talked of cots and sylvan glades and andhoneysuckle andhonesuckJc andhoneysuckle
honeysuckle at the door and love and happiness galore gal on And this thisis thisis thisis
is what they should have cried 0 come my dear and be my mybride mybride mybride
bride When sober soberl I will treat you right and fill our cottage with withdelight withdelight withdelight
delight And when I draw my weekly pay Ill always in my m lavish lavishway lavishway lavishway
way hand you a quarter with a sneer and go and nd blow bl w the rest restfor restfor
for beer 0 come my pet and cook and scrub and wrestle with withthe withthe withthe
the washing tub and wear old clothes and homemade lids and andrear andrear andrear
rear a brood of shabby kidsand kids and sit up nights with aching head headawaiting headawaiting headawaitmg
awaiting my m returning tread So come with withme me and be my drudge drudgethat drudgethat drudgethat
that you may ma well ell and fairly judge the joys so many women know knowwlien knowwlen knowwicen
wlien wlen to their hubands homes they go WALT WALTCoiiMt V ALT MASON MASONOWfifebt > I IGeoqe
OWfifebt V 1015 lv G Geoqe Gear rst Matthew AfeM dI
street street and appropriation apprep at1Dn or f 5MW lO there thtroforvby thereforby
forvby Congress CongrtMNew C CNe CongressNew
New Ne bridge brl e across Klincta Ford in Con Connecticut Conneetlcut Connecticut ¬
necticut avenue extended extendedAppropriation extMdedpproprlnUon extendedApproprlatlou
Appropriation of J17W 1 171 M for completion of ofsidewalk otskewalk ofsidewalk
sidewalk paving ptlrin < en the All on Connecti Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut ¬
cut avenue bridge bridgeElimination brktsEtlmlnaUon brdgElimination
Elimination of the grade crossings CJn 8 at atintersection atIntersection atintersection
intersection of Cedar street and a d tracks tracksof tracksoC traGhaof
of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad RmUroadAppropriation RaDfORdAppropriatIon RailroadAppropriation
Appropriation for Q street bridge across acrossRock acrossRock acrossRock
Rock Creek estimated cost 1179000 1179000Prevention an4Pravontlon l7OOO l7OOOPrevention >
Prevention of further encroachment of ofhouses orhOUSM Ofhouses
houses upon approaches to Connecticut Connecticutavenue ConaeeUeutavenue Consecticutavenue
avenue bridge bridgeA
I A revolution re submitted by the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee on insurance recommending the ap approval approval p pproval ¬
proval of House Hou bill lira 1317 providing for forthe torthe forthe
the licensing Ucn lng of dog and pony shows was waspaed waspassed j jpassed
passed passedMISS paedMISS passedMISS
Washington Girl Becomes BecomesBride BecolnesBride BecomesBiide
Bride of N Stadinger StadingerA
A pretty romance e culminated in this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city yevterdar yatr ar when Miss 11 Elsie Worth of ofWashington oCallbtt ofWashtton
Washington allbtt n and Norman Stadtgor Sta lor a astudent astuftnt astudent
student at th the University of Pennsyl Pennsylvania PMMYlaa1a Piassylas1a ¬
vania aa1a were secretly married by Rev Re Mr MrMcLaugaltn MrMcLaughlin Ir IrMcLau
McLaughlin McLau bltn a Methodist Protestant min minister mlnt mlnKw mliiIter ¬
ister isterMis IterMIu t
Mis Kw Ethel Veale a chum of the bride bridewa bckleW bridewas
wa was W the first to learn of the wedding weddingShe weddingShe weddingShe
She received a a telegram to meet Miss MiwWorth Mi8IWorthand MissWorth
Worthand Worth and Mr r Stadlger on their re return return roturn ¬
turn from rein New York yesterday morning morningand mornlneand morningftnd
and to be prepared IMc Bud for some excite excitement ocettement excitemeat ¬
ment mentWhen meatWhen
> When eA the couple arrived at Union Sta Station Station Statimi ¬
tion in company with Mia is Veale VI they theywere theywere
were driven to the City Hall and the thenecessary thenee thenecessary
necessary nee license lic procured The next nextstop nectstop nextstOp
stop was at the home of Rev Mr Mc McLaughlin McLaughlin lc lcLaughlin
Laughlin wusre wt re the th ceremony took place placeAfter placeAlter placeAfter
After the wedding eddlnl Mr and Mrs Stad StadIger StadIIM StadIger
Iger entertained at dinner atv at the Shore Shorebam Shorebarn j jham
ham where they have ve r taken apartment apartmentI apartmentsThey partmentaThey
I They will remain r ma1 in this city for soy several HYeral soyoral ¬
eral lays and will 111 later go to New York Yorkwhere Yorkwhere Yorkwhere
where Mr Stadiger will engage o e to DuI business DuIn DuIKANNS bustness ¬
ness n
The Result of Concentrated Effort EffortOffered BlfortOtTcrccl liTortOffered
Offered to the Pnlillc PnlillcAn PnhllcAn PiilIlcAn
An event that will tend to bake ahak up upold upokl upoki
old ideas and put a telling < fore for forco Into Intobusiness Intobusln intobusiness
business busln methods was inaugurated by bythte bythl8 bythin
thin firm m this tb week weekIt weekIt weekIt
It is not a new idea exactly but the thepractical thept th thpractical
practical pt cttcal application of an old one The Thesame Thesame Thesame
same force that butided the pyramids pyramidsand prramldland pyramidand
and accomplished other ot er gigantic feats feats featsI featsI
I e the power of o united effort effortThe effortThe < ort ortThe
The effect of this concentrated < l power powerhas powerbreaulted powerhas
has breaulted resulted in a sale so unique and so soattractive oattractive soattractive
attractive in Its drawing power that thatthose thatthOR thatthose
those who read todays advertisement In InThe InThe InThe
The Herald will U1 feel an Irresistible de desire deair tiesirs ¬
sire air to investigate Inve tlpte the bargains offered
by b S Kann ann Sons Co CoBecause CoBeeauH CoBecause
Because every ever buyer bu r in the store baa haaassisted baaUfJlstfild hasassisted
assisted in the endeavor to make this thiseale th1alltl thissale
sale lltl tho biggest bl gt on record they have havenamed ha hanamed havenamed
named It t the Buyers UnitedEffort UnitedEffortSale UnltedErrort8le UnitedEffortSale
Sale and a d ft it might ri might ght well be becalloo called the theEmployes theEmployes themployes
Employes mployes Sale also because of the thospirit thelIp1rit thespirit
spirit of cooperation and enthusiasm enthusiasmthat enthulilasmthat enthusiasmthat
that pervades all the employes of the thestore tbestoro thestore
store down to the smallest cash girl girlThis girlTbls girlThis
This sale ale Is to continue it Is eaid MldlUn MldlUnU1 aaIduntil un until ¬
til Friday at 6 oclock In the evening eveningTho eveningTho eveningThe
Tho fact that the offerings announced announcedfor announcedfor announcedfor
for the first day may be exhausted eXbaulted be before before before ¬
fore the end of the sale has been thought thoughtfully thoughttully thoughtfully ¬
fully provided for and It Is stated that thatwhere thatwhere thattere
where this Is the case other offerings offeringsof
of equal value will be substituted substitutedEvery substitutedEvery substitutedEvery
Every department dopartm nt in the store has ren rendered rendered rondered ¬
dered Its tribute of seasonable merchan merchandise merehandisc morchandise ¬
dise at a special price for tho three days daysand daysand daysand
and a friendly rivalry has apparently apparentlyexisted apparent1existed apparentlyexisted
existed between the heads of these de departments de departments dopartmonts ¬
partments each to outdo the other In Ingiving Ingllng Ingiving
giving bargains that are really bargains bargainsIn
In tho full sense of the word wordThe wordi wordThe
i The keynote of this sale Ie which will willbe 1111be willbe
be one long to be remembered without withoutdoubt withoutdoubt withoutdoubt
doubt Is the power of Teamwork Teamworkwhich Toamworkwhich Teanworkwhich
which Is the force that tells on the theathletic theathletla theathletic
athletic field In the army arm In tho th navy navyand navyand navyand
and In every e6l enterprise that Is I carried carriedto carriedto
to a successful succ Cul Issue and the th practical practicalforcible practicalforcible practicalforcible
forcible application of this Idea will not notonly notonl notonly
only onl be Interesting Int re8Ung to the purchasers who whowill whowill ho howll1
will be the gainers but the result will willbe willbe willbe
be keenly observed by business men as aswell asw aswell
well wellFERES w wellYtBES
Three Thr Small Blazes In Afternoon AfternoonDo AfternoonDo AfternoonDo
Do bat Little Lltti Damage DnmnpeThree DnmngeThree DamageThree
Three small fires were recorded at atheadquarters atheadQuartors atheadquarters
headquarters yesterday In tho afternoon afternoonat
at 39S oclock engine company No IS ISanswered 18answered ISanswered
answered an alarm at 1024 Twelfth street streetsoutheast strectsoutheast streetsoutheast
southeast The fire caused little damage damageAt
At 314 oclock clO < k box 327 was pulled for fora
a 8 fire In the cellar of 800 Twentysixth Twentysixthstreet Twentysixthstreet TwentysIxthstreet
street northwest The blaze started from fromdefective fromdoteotlve fromdefective
defective gas appliances The damage damagewas damasewas damagewas
was 5 5An 5 5An 5An
An explosion of a gasoline stove caused causeda
a blaze at William Duvalls Duv hls house 495 493C 495C 495C
C street southwest The Th damage did not notexceed notexceed
II IIexceed
exceed 2 2While 2i 2iWhile 95While
While you ou think of it It telephone your yourWant yourWant i irant
Want rant Ad to The Washington Herald and andbill andbl11 andbill
bill will bo cent you ou at 1 cent a word
Illinoisan 11 liiioisan and Cooper Penn Pennsylvania Penllslvania PciiiiSylvania ¬
sylvania Will V ViII ill RetireReprOMftt RetireRepresentative Retire RetireRepresentative
Representative ReprOMftt live Frank O Lowdenof Lowden ol the theThirteenth theThirteenth theThirteenth
Thirteenth Illinois district announced announcedyesterday annoamct4eaterda1 announcedyesterday
yesterday that because of poor health he hehaa hehas hehas
has decided not to stand as a a candidate candidatefor CDdldateor candidatefor
for or renomination renominationI
I am assured by my physicians that If IfI IfI ifI
I would regain my former ormer health and andstrength andItrengtb andstrength
strength I must have a period of unin uninterrupted wlntorrlptet isnuntorrptol ¬
terrupted rest said Mr Lowden LowdenMr LowdeaMr
Mr 11 Dowden wden den is serving his third term rm In InCongress InCcmgre inCongress
Congress Ccmgre He was elected to succeed to tothe tothe tothe
the vacancy caused by the death of Rep Representative RepreHntaU8 Repreesutative ¬
resentative Robert R HHU LItt Mr Ir Lowden Lowdenhas Lowdenbu Lewdsnha
has ha been in bad health for a number of ofyears oCyears ofyears
years yearsRepresentative yearsReprfttatin yearsRepresentative
Representative Cooper of jannsylvania oCtenUlvaDta oCtenUlvaDtaYeMerda otejsnnaylvanlayesterday jannsylvaniayesterday
yesterday Issued tho following statement statementT
T 1 am now serving tHIA my fourth term in inCongress InCOngr inCongress
Congress COngr and during this tb period have havebeen havebeen havebeent
been < compelled by degrees degr to give up upmy upmy upmy
my personal and professional ixvroDIJ interests tater to todevote todevote todevote
devote myself to the duties of the office officeI o ce ceI
I have felt that I lowed owed it to my con constituents constJtueDta conatituents ¬
stituents to do so Now I feel that I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have earned the right to take a rest and andto andto
to devote some time to my private af affairs atialrL iffairs ¬
fairs ialrLMAXWELL
Ship Subsidy Cominlttcc ComntlUee Prepare to toForce toForce toForce
Force Testimony TestimonyWhen TestimonyWhen rellthnonyYben
When the th ship hlp subsidy investigation investigationcommittee InveeUptioneommttt Investiatloncommittee
committee eommttt met at 10 a m yesterday yesterdayJohn Ye8trdayJobn yesterdayJohn
John M Maxwell of Indianapolis former formereditor formereclttor formeredit
editor edit r of the American Fla Fig who 110 re refused ref1IHd refused ¬
fused to answer questions pUt to him by bythe bythe h hthe
the committee and Is in danger clats of going goingto gOtnctQ
to jail in consequence was wa represented representedby
b by former District Attornoy A A A ABlrney A ABlrne ABirney
Blrney BlrneyThe Blrne BirneyTb
The Tb session was called to formally fonnall re repeat repcat ¬
peat Pta t to Maxwell lILCW lI the questions which he herefused herefUIOO herefused
refused to answer concerning erl11Df the au authority autbor1ty authortty ¬
thority for for3tatementa statements he had printed in
imencan iag atuicKing opponents of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the leagues league policy toward restoration of ofthe otthe oftho
the merchant marine marineMr martneMr marineMr
Mr Blrney asked Urn time in which to go goovsr 10Oer gooer
Oer the proceedings procU s The comatttU comatttUth COIIUIUltMthen committeethen
th then n adjourned until 1 oclock today todayHANDSOME tod8yHANDSOME todayHANDSOME
More Ioro Than 40O 404 Pernonn Participate Participatent
at Joint Church Affair AffnlrOne AffairOne 1Tnlr 1TnlrOne
One hundred and ten prizes IIlz consisting consistingof conlltln conlltlnor
of valuable paintings patnUn beautiful em embroidery embroidery embroidery ¬
broidery pieces and costly china and andglassware andCiaware andglassware
glassware were awarded the victors at atthe atthe atthe
the euchre party given last night by b St StFrancis St StFr StFrancis
Francis Fr ncts de Sales Church of Langdon Langdonand anelIonand Langdonand
and St James Church at Mount Rainier RainierMore RatnlerMore RainierMore
More than 4W 4O persons participated participatedVocal parU partkipatedVocal lMLted lMLtedVocal
Vocal and Instrumental solos were given givenby ghenby givenby
by Miss IM Anne Orr Mls Miss Edna Blandford Blandfordanel Bhandfordand j jand
and Miss 1is8 Eleanor Marceron Ia won Rev RevA A M MMark oflark MMark
Mark was In charge of the affair a tral r
President Pre ldcnt of Mount Rainier Club ClubThe ClubThe ClubThe
The recently published statement to the theeffect theetrCt theeffect
effect that Mr S M Weber Vt er president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Mount Rainier Incorporation Club Club1ad Ciubhad j
had resigned his hlsomce office as president on onaccount onaccount onaccount
account of friction and dissatisfaction In InUie Inthe inthe
the club was an error the fact act being beingthat bel belthat beingthat
that the organization has never worked workedin
in greater harmony hannon than at the th present presenttime pruenttime presenttime
time and that Mr Ir Weber is still Its Itspresident Itspr86ldenL It Itpresident
president Mr Wober owing to his hard hardand hardand harIand
and conscientious conlO ntIous work for the Incorpora Incorporation I bcorporation rpora rporatlon ¬
tion had been requested by b a great num number number number ¬
ber of the members of the club and of ofthe orthe ofthe
the citizens 1 br of Mount Rainier to become becomea
I a candidate for the office of mayor of th ththriving the thithrhlnG thethriving
thriving little town He took occasion occasionon
on last Sunday to decline the honor honorMr 4 4Mr
Mr Weber has never In the past npr nprhas nprhas aprhas
has he at the present time any Intention Intentionof
of resigning from from the office offlc of president presidentof
of tho Mount Rainier Incorporation Club ClubF ClubF ClubF
F H Kramer tho well known florist floristpresented floristpresented floristpresented
presented Mr Weber with a beautiful beautifulbouquet beAutifulbouquet beautifulbouquet
bouquet of American Beauty Beaut roses ac accompanied accompanIed accompanled ¬
companied by a note of congratulation congratulationIn con atulatlon atulatlonIn
In which he h extended his Vest wishes wishesfor wJshcIfor wishesfor
for a prosperous and successful growth growthand growthand growthand
and and future to the infant municipality of ofSlarylandi otMaryJnnd ofMaryianJ
Slarylandi My tlth Maryland MarylandSlocnm Maryla1d Maryla1dSlocnm MaryhuldSloenin
Slocnm Survivors Imlorite Dill DillDelegates DIUDelegates BillDelegates
Delegates from the Association of Sur Survivors SurIvors Survivors ¬
vivors Ivors of the Steamer Slocum which was wasburned wasburned wasburned
burned In East Eas Easj River New York in 191 191will 1001will i9Glwill
will be heard in support of Represents Representative Repreaentatlve Representstive ¬
tive Sulzers bill f for qf < jr tho relief of the tlje auf aufferera sufferers mtCerers
ferera before tho House Committee Commltleo on onClaims onClaims onClaims
Claims this morning morningThe mornlnGThe morningThe
The Slim SlimWoman Ionian is Winning Winning WinningThe I Irho
The day of the slim womans triumph i
has arrived arrle < t The thinner one is the more morestylish morestylish I Istylish
stylish say sdy tho dressmakers dressmakersThis dressmakersThis
This would have been sad news for the thefat thefat thefat I
fat woman oman a year ago She would have havehad hl1ehad haehad
had to try tr dieting or exercise Nowadays Nowadayshowever N6wadayshowever
however the woman who Is too fat for forthe forthe forthe 11
the styles goes to a druggist and gets a acase acase I
case of Marmola Prescription Pr lcription Tablets Tabletsono Tabletsone
ono of which she takes after each meal mealand mealand thealand I
and at bedtime and so reduces her su superfluous superfluous superfluous ¬
perfluous flesh quickly quicklyTheso QulckJ QulckJThese quicklyThese
These tablets being made In accordance accordancewith accordancOwith I Iwith
with the famous prescription are perfect ¬ I IIy
ly harmless harmlessnnd and they are also the most mosteconomical mosteconomical I Ieconomical
economical preparation ai person can buy
for they cost only 75 cents a large case caseone caseone caseone
one of which Is frequently enough to start starta
a person to losing fat at the rato of oftwelve ofto1e oftwolvo
twelve or fourteen ounces a day dfl Pretty Prettynearly Prettynearly Prettynearly
nearly every druggist dru Sist keeps this tablet In Instock Instock instock
stock but should yours be sold out you youcan youcan OU OUcn
can easily obtain a case by sending to
the makers tho Marmola btV Company company ompany 857
Former ljujJdln ijjd1ng 1d1nS r Detroit Mich
1 1T
Every One Guessing as to toLeadership toleadershil toa tol4eadelslIiI
Leadership > of Body BodySTEERING lodySTEERING BolySTEERING
Influence of New en England Lean LeanLikely le1ILUcd LessLlIcrly
Likely LUcd to He Mnnlfent UnnllentFnl1 Full EIcc EIcctloim Eleetions
tloim tI 0 11 May Un have Decided Effect on onDirecting 011DlrectSn OnDireetinir
Directing head in Scnnte SenntcDurI ScnntcBur1rows Bur BurroTVci
rows of Michigan lu Line LineThe LineI LineThe
The paramount ramount question before tha thaSenate t thoyesterday tt ttI
I Senate yesterday was wa as to the th future futureleadership ruturelead8l8h futureheadrshp
leadership lead8l8h p In that body bodyThere bod bodThere bodyThere
There was Isss disposition to decry docryoneman doer doeroneman decryoneman
oneman power In the Senate and andeverybody amIoQrrbod andeverybody
everybody insurgents ln Included was wasguessing WIUJgUfHIIlng wasguessing
guessing as to who the future Republican Republicanloader RepublteAnloader Republicanloader
loader would be now that Senator Aid Aidrich AldrlCh Aidrich
rich of Rhode Island and Senator Hale Haleof HaloMaine Haleof
of Maine have authoritatively announced announcedthat announctdthat aanouncdthat
that they th will retire from public life lit at atthe atthe atthe
the end of their present pr ent term termSenator termStnator termSiiator
Senator Dolliver declared docJlU d that with the theexit theexit i iexit
exit of Messrs Aldrich and Hale Ha e the theleadership th thIclerblp theleadership
leadership In the Senate would be dis distributed d dtrlbuted dl dltributed ¬
tributed among a number of men In fact factit factIt factit
it would pass Into the hands of a syndi syndicate Qndlcate syndirate ¬
cate It appeared to be the opinion of ofthe otthe ofthe
the experienced Senators that in the fu future ruturo firtare ¬
tare there will be a distribution of power powerCommittee pGOlOommlttcCII powerComnilficca
Committee Suggested SuggestedThat Su SuggestedThat cted ctedThat
That some Senators would wield mare mareinfluence m4N m4Nla mereInfluence
influence la uence than others and be more en entitled untlt1ed entitled ¬
titled to be called leaders was wa admitted admittedbut admittedbut admittedbut
but the idea seemed to prevail that some somesuch 801Mueh somesuch
such ueh body as the steering It lng committee committeewould comntlttewould COUUflILOOwould
would direct the course of Senate flairs
rather than to have one or two men say saywhat saywhat y ywhat
what should or what should boukl not be put putforward putttl1ard putforward
forward in the way of legislation legislationWith leat legislationWith atJon atJonIth
With Ith the passing of two such powerful powerfulfactors pGoertulfactors powerfulfictors
factors It appeared to some of the Sea Senators Seaators ¬
ators tors that th the influence of New Ne England KngtandIn
In the future would be less leI manifest and andthat andthat andthat
that more power would pass to the West WestThe WestThe
The fall election will have a decided decidedInfluence decidedinfluence eclde4Intluence
Influence on future control In the Senate SenateFor SeDattFor SenateFor
For example Senator Burrow Burrows of Michi Michigan MJehlIAn MiehiIan ¬
IAn stands next to Senator sna tor Aldrich on onthe Oftthe onthe
the Finance Committee and in the theordinary IteOldlaarr theOrdinary
ordinary course of events n nt In the Senate Senatewould 5ena Senatewould ta tawould
would succeed t to the chairmanship chatrJDlUS lp under underthe undertbe underthe
the rule of seniority when Mr Aldrich Aldrichgoes A1drtcbION Aldrichgoes
goes out outHis outH18 outHis
His principal opponent oppon t is Representa Representative ReplGll6otaUv RepresonlaUve ¬
tive Uv Charles CharI EL E Toiynsend To d author of the therailroad therailroad thenursed
railroad bill in the House who has an announced announced ¬
nounced his retirement from the House HouseIn Ho HeelSin
In order to oppose oppoieMr H Mr rr Burrows and feels feelsconfident t feelsconAdeat t8 t8conOd
confident conOd t of uccess u < eu If Senator Burrows Burrowsshould Burru Burruhould Burrqsshould
should be defeated the chairmanship of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Finance Committee might fall to any anyone anyone anyon
one on of a nuigber nwber of prominent Republi Republicans Repubncana Repubilcans ¬
cans Senators Senator Ben Uenrwe rose Lodge Smoot or orMcCumber orMcCumber orMcCumber
McCumber With rUh the retirement reUr meat of Sen Senator Senator Sanatot ¬
ator Hale Hal the chairmanship of the Ap Appropriations Appropriatlons ¬
propriations Committee would ould naturally naturallyfall naturallyfahi
fall 11 to Senator Perkins of California who whois whoI
is I now at t tho head of the t e Committee on onNaval onNval onNaval
Naval Affairs AffairsSenator AtralrsSenator AffairsSenator
Senator Perking has been be In poor health healththis bealththis healththis
this winter and the work of the Appropriation Appropria Appropriate ¬
110115 tion Committee III exacUa Next fa Ita ItaSlItor line lineii
te Senator Warren of Wyoming and im immediately Ianmediately ¬
mediately following him comes Senator SenatorOalUnger Seaa SenatorOnflinger r
OalUnger of New Hampshire The re retirement re retlroment totiromant ¬
tirement of Senators Aldrich and Hale Haleleaves Halelese
leaves lea vacant the two first places pla N on the theterifl thet theetaerim
etaerim terifl t rt committee ommltte and brings Senator SenatorCuinmt Sentor SentorCuhuin tor torCullUm
Cuinmt to the head of the list 111 with 1th Sea Senator S Seaator n natOr ¬
ator Lodge Immediately following folotIft Sen Senator Senator Sonstar ¬
ator CuIkmTs health has been better this thiswinter thiswinter thiswinter
winter than heretofore
Lodge In Hnrncna HnrncnaIt Hnrnc HnrncIt
It ha hat been generally lner eneraliy I expected that he hewould heoouJd hewould
would not be a candidate ean4l ate for reelection reelectionSenator r reelectionSenator I Uon UonSenator
Senator Cultom was waO eighty years old last lastNovember Jutovemoor lastNovember
November He will be eightythree when whenhis whenhis whenhis
his term oxplr expires H Ho is at present chair chairman cbalrmaa chairman ¬
man of the Committee on Foreign Rela Relations Rel Reltlons Belations ¬
tions and would probably not care to take takeon takeon takeon
on the additional labor as chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Steering Committee This Thl would make makeSenator malceMtor makeSenator
Senator Mtor Lodge of Massachusetts the themost themoat themoat
moat probable choice for that place But Butat Butat Butat
at this point again the outcome OUtc IDt of the thefall therau thefall
fall elections must be reckoned with withThere withThere lth lthTbere
There are insurgents ln in Massachusetts Massachusettsand ICbUieltSand
and Representative Butler Ames has al already already a aready ¬
ready announced himself as a candidate candidateagainst candidateagainst candidateagainst
against Senator Lodge Lo and expresses expressesgreat expreuesgreat expressesgreat
great confidence in his ability to win winAmong WInAmon winAmong
Among Amon the Insurgent Senators Mr 11 Bev Bevcrldpe BeVerldpe BoYerldFe
crldpe of Indiana is the only one who whois whoII whois
is a a member of the steering Bte < ln committee committeeHis committeeHI8 committeeHis
His future is involved In the t fall else elections olectlons elsetions ¬
tions If Senator Lodge is I reelected he hewill hew1ll hewilt
will be a moat powerful factor In the con conservative conHrvatlve conearvative ¬
servative ranks rank on the Republican Rpubl u side sideHe Ik IkHe sideHe
He Is second oa the Committee on For Foreign Foeehn Forelgn ¬
eign Affairs standing next to Senator SenatorCullom senatoCullom SenatorCullem
Cullom CullomHis CullomHis CullemHis
His closest c1ol st friends Crten s believe that he would wouldprefer wouldprefer ould ouldpreter
prefer to be chairman Of the Foreign Re Relations Rtltlons Rehations ¬
lations Committee rather than go to the
head of any an other important committee committeeof
or the Senate There was a strong senti sentiment sentiment sentimeat ¬
ment In his favor aor at the time the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee was reorganized after the death deathof deathof deathof
of Senator Cushman 1C Davis of o Minne Minnesota Minnesets lInnesota ¬
sota who had been chairman Senator SenatorCullom SenatorCullom SenatorCullom
Cullom was In inline line for the chairmanship chairmanshipSenator chalrmansblpSenator chairmanshipSenator
Senator Frye Fr of Maine was as at the thehead thehead thehead
head of the Republican membership but butexpressed butexpresaed butexpressed
expressed a preference for the chairman chairmanship chalrmansblp chairmanahtp ¬
ship ot o the Committee on Commerce Commercewhich CommercewhIch Commercewhich
which he then held which left the choice choicebetween choicebetween choicebutween
between Senator Cullom and Senator SenatorLodge SenatoLodge SenatorLodgo
Lodge It was understood that that when whenSenator whenSenator whenSenator
Senator Frye declined the chairmanship chairmanshipIt c alrmanshlpIt
It was with a viaw viawof of making Mr Lodge Lodgetho LOdgetho Lodgethe
tho chairman chairmanBut chalrliap charanBut
v vBut
But Mr Ir Oullom invoked the rule of ofseniority ofseniority ofseniority
seniority and the th Senate respected it itand Itand it itand
and he took tho chairmangp chalrm chairmenr with the theunderstanding theunderstanding theunderstanding
understanding that when h hQ retired Mr MrLodge MrLodge MrLodge
Lodge should succeed succ ed It I5 > generally n ra1fr ad admitted admitted admitted ¬
mitted that the Insurgent > and nearIn nearlnsurgont nearInsurgent nearInsurgont
surgont elements in the S S4nae Jn e will play playa plo I Ia
a more Important part In the the committees committeesin I IIn I
In the future than they have In the past pastAmong pastAmong pastAmong
Among the nearinsurgents who have havetaken haetaken havetaken
taken high rank and who are respoctc respoctcfor respo respo ttd ttdtor tIfor
for their ability by the present loaders loadersof londernot loadersof
of the Senate are Borah Brown DIxon DlxonCurtis DIxonCurtis DixonCurtis
Curtis Crawford and Jones Among the theInsurgents theInsurgents theInsurgents
Insurgents Senator CumTnlns Senator SenatorBeverldge SonatorBeer1t1ge SenatorBeveridge
Beverldge and Senator Dolliver appear appearto appearto appearto
to be In bettor position for recognition In Inthe Intbe inthe
the Senate organization than some of r the themore themore themore
more aggressive o or the radical element elementegroe elementXClroe elementNegroes
Negroes egroe Observe Emancipation EmancipationExercises EmnnclpntlonExerclsos EmancipationExercises
Exercises inlcclebratlon in celebration of the oman emancipation omanclp3tlon omancipation ¬
cipation of slaves s1leg sla en In the District were wereheld weroheld wereheld
held Monday night under the auspices aus lccs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Dunbar Literary Society The speak speakers spookers speakera
ers were Mrs Helen A Davis Prof Wll wnHam Vil Vil11am i iHam
Ham B Cunnell of Howard University UniversityAttorney Universlt UniversltAttorney UniversityAttorney
Attorney Marion Cllnkscale Mrs Gus Gussle Gussie Gussb i I
sle sb Taylor and Prof Taylor TaylorPrivate TaylorPrlTnte TaylorPrivate
Private PrlTnte Dnlxcll Dalzell Improving ImprovingPrivate ImpronllPrIvate ImprovIngPrivate
Private J M 1 Dalzell who has been beenseriously beonserIously beenseriously
seriously 111 for some time was able to tobo tobe
bo removed to his daughters home 48 48Randolph 48Randolph 8 8Randolph
Randolph place northwest yesterday yesterdayand yesterdayan yosterdayand
and an is reported Improving steadily steadilyI
Continued from Page One OnefooUiiff Onej OnefoOling
foOling ro UQg which 1 13 not generally known in inMaine InMain inMa1nepasbiun
Maine Ma1nepasbiun hfcsbasn h6s b n embittered ozpbl er d by the effort effortIn otIorIn effortsin
In thfl thOBI th Boston iiptJconferenco conference to put oxGov oxGovCobb oxGovCobb oxCoyCobbfOrwaj
Cobb CobbfOrwaj forward trwara as a s the Senatorial candidate candidateof
of the uuf regulars regularsCohb regulars t I ICohb ICobb
Cohb Xot to De Supported SupportedBefore Supvrtc1i SupportedBofote
i Before many man days it will be apparent In InMain In11lne inMaine
Main Maine that exGov Cobb cannot CAlJnot have havethe havethe i ithe
the support or the Burlelgb Burlelgbforces forces It is isnot Isnot isnot
not improbable that rather than see ex exGov exGO cxGov
Gov GO they theywill the theywill
Cobb win the Senatorial prize I Iwill
will throw their influence In u8ace In favor of th thinsurgent the thpInsurgent theInsurgent >
insurgent candidate former form r Judge Fred Frederich j jorlck iorick
erich A A PoVers of Houlton It may ma be bethat betbat bethat
that Representative Burleigh dean of th thMaine thMaine the theMaine
Maine delegation ingthe In the House will III him himself himself j jsele >
self seek Senator Hales Hale seat gt Yesterday Yesterdayhe
he would only say that he expected exp ° ct ° d to toseek I Iseek I IMek
seek a renomination to the House and andthat andthat I Ithat
that ho thought the Maine people1 peOP would wouldchoose wouldchoOio wouldcheese
choose the Republican for Senator whom whomthey whomthe whomthey
they the wanted If Representative Burleigh BurlelghIs Burleighisa
isa Is a candidate for the Senate Senate it is under understood underItood understood ¬
stood he already has the pledged support supportof
of exrGov Hill HillSenator lUUSnator Iili IiliSenator
Senator Hales Influence Ce will be thrown thrownto
to to exGov Cob < Cobb One Maine Republican Republicansaid RepubllCtLnKid Republicansaid
said yesterday that the th latter had been beenth beetnthe beenth
th the central figure 1tur gure for some years in the thenumerous tbonumeroWl thenumerous
numerous dinner conferences held at atSenator atScnator atSenator
Senator Hales home in Ellsworth The Thesame TheUntO Thesame
same authority added that the Senator Senatori SeaatGrbad Senatorhail
i had been cultivating a a group of Maine Mainepoliticians dalnepollttela Mainepoliticians
politicians pollttela who could not help him to tovotes tovot tovotes
votes vot
JVlce Xi Ice nopulilicnn Row RonrTho RowTho flovrThe
Tho situation h bq UM elements of otnice a anice anice
nice Republican row which hleb including includingthe Ineludlne1M Includingthe
the Maine progressives pro rentY promises prom to fur furnish turnlsh furntsh ¬
nish at least three factional groups in inthe Intbe Inthe
the forthcoming State campaign The TheBurleighltes TheDurlel TheDurleighites
Burleighltes Durlel < hltefl may be able to hold the bal balance balaDee halaxice ¬
ance of power and land their leader er in inthe Snthe Inthe
the United State States Senate
Editor Frank L L Dtntey of the th Lewis Le1ston I Iton I Iton
ton Journal expressed expr his satisfaction satistactionYesterday j
yesterday over the retirement of Senator SenatorHaJe SenatorHale
IHaJe Hale HaJeI I
1 have prophesied It said Jd he The TheSenator TheSenator I
ISeAtGr Senator would OuJd have been defeated had he hekept i ikept II Ikept
I kept in the running His coue eouilte ought oughtto oughtto
Itn to strengthen t tMn the Republican party in inMaine InXa1ne inMaine II
Maine Maine and will undoubtedly result in inthe Inthe Inthe
the election of Judge Powers 1ow to the theSenate theSenale theSenate
Senate lie has been Senator Hales Halesmost HalesmcNit Halesmost
most aggressive q eulve opponent for years yearsDuring JearLDurtn yearsDuring
During Durtn his h visit here her Mr EXngley had hadinterviews badIntervl8s hadInterviews
interviews with President Tilt Tlt Senators SenatorsDolliver SenatorsDoIllyer SenatorsDolliver
Dolliver and Beveridffe and other leading leadingmen 16adingmea leadingmoo
men at the Capitol CapitolThere CapitolTbr CapitolThere
There Tbr has been much discussion over overthe oerthe overthe
the prospects of CoL Frederick Iredert k HaJ HAle for fortbe forthe
i the Congressional l nomination noll DaUon in the First Firstdistrict Jr1rstdlwtrlct Firstdistrict
district This n has been accentuated by bythe byI bythe
the fact act that Asher Hinds th the House Houseparliamentarian BOOMpullaJDelltarlu Houseparliamentarian
I parliamentarian IB i also a candidate for forthe CorI forthe
I the sam MJDe honor The Tb Maine regulars regularshere replanI regularshere
I here argue that the Senators withdrawal withdrawalIs I Iis
is likely to create a lot of sympathy sympathyamong IYID sympathyamong t y yaJDOn
I among aJDOn the voters 0 1 who will express exPl it itin ItIn itIn
in voting for his sons IOn nomination Others Otherssay Ot erthat Otherssay
say that now the Senator is out of the therace th thrac therace
race rac the Richer newspapers newipap will fee able ableto ableto ableto
to concentrate their attention upon the theson theSOD theson
son SOD and that t th
thaiconsohidatlon + consolidation of oppo opposition opposttlon opposhiest ¬
shiest will inure to Mr Hind HIDdr benefit benefitSenator beaefttSenator benefttSenator
Senator Aldrich made public the follow following toUowIDS followlag ¬
IDS letter let yegferday yasrday written rlU two day dayago days daysI daysago
Letter I tter of Aldrich AlilrlchXjr A Aldrichtini leI rich
tini t Mm A ta J 1 lIIIdMri o el
bode bodeQ RbodMj
Xjr P Dear Pm Oo ao > Bor I Sad Out I ibab ati atiXhoso 1IIIIt 1IIIItto law
a ointmlI to Me i jes Were wy return ts tsMy
W If spes III s
Xhoso ho e MM J liimd at t ibM t dIM M i iother to t a JW y NIl
other polltiaU Mod f Mm tote bds the theth emms lll of
th Use ftpprcarhiDK a apperiu cHnpriin ma of a OK dseo lour rifle II
ds K th that t I cnnot nnot under any dmantsscM be ben4M I aesodidate
esodidate n4M t for reflection t to the Senate Ji At th 1M theearss
wnwt earss wlidtatioD of friend i hew withheld this thisjonwrt UahG thissmounement
smounement G jonwrt t t whfc wI i ta ROW lI W enfeieed by pmonl pmonlwhich JICIQDa1which pmaZwsaom
wsaom which aft for me tantte
It to a Mum irm of MtirfMtioa to ma e to know that thatmj
mj MtccMMr is MM en to b be a lUmbliaui bUcaD when
MeJltr ft4elit to the b priadplM dles and aomnMntal tal des potidesof
of Ute parti cannot mnes b be aradoiMd Ir I aa
that u baponaat IttIIsIatioD t to jds tM JIUtI port portlad
lad th I4II at pk4ed with one oneceptwn n iveeptioii
ceptwn will ban ha tees CMCM med into kwe lw Mora Morai bj
te i den < 01 tile Jntem JntemI pspenI
I JJL do not mimi to rwai NIi ay W Wattecml y JIOIiUaD c1 the theat1cGat
attecml Monetary l Mtar1 QtMatMfcm oa nor es to tomy rtlMfefc rtlMfefcy l
my y fforU to teeUftI ro aa KOD as poMiMe th thOs the ado
doll tIm ol 1 a wile laMb1 and aaDetar entry sit the
United States StatesOS
Os MOM proper occasion oecaslo I shall exprwe eapr to the theof
oopIe of Ithod htod In IJlllfdatim wwdJSTtE ol tN lb SL V
hitog aoppxt Md oonMtu hieh tbrr ha hMe MS MScortfd a acorded
cortfd corded to tbrUUIIIb wi acre than fony yeses III f PIWic btlc btlcrrioa
Mntcia rrioa Vary sy truly ywn roars
Air of Gloom in in Senate SenateAn SennteAn SenateAn
An air of gloom settled lett down over the theconservative theeon theconservative
conservative eon wing of the th Republican Republicanparty Republtcllnparty Republicanparty
party In the Senate at t the news of the theprospective thepr6spGetJye tJa tJaprospoeUy
prospective retirements retirementsI retJrem nts ntste1
I feel like following roUowt the
example of ofSenator orSenator ofSenator
Senator Hale and tendering my resigna resignation vesigalion Da ¬
lion said tel one of the most mo prominent prominentof
of the older Republican Senators who whohas whohas whohas
has been branded as a reactionary reactionv by bythe
the critics of the Senate SenateService SenateSer1ce SenateSorsice
Service in this body and in the House Houselias HOUMhas Househts
has almost ceased to be an honor in the themidst themidat themidst
midst of all this vituperation and mis misrepresentation mianprlllentatlon misrepresentation ¬
representation It is not a pleasant thing J
t for the average a vera < e Senator to pick up a anewspaper anewspaper
I newspaper or a magazine ma ne and find him himself
j I self sel referred to in a cartoon editorial
or news article articl as s a hireling servant of ofprivate ofprivate
private interests or sit in his seat and andbe andbe
be denounced as the tool of a system systemwhile systemwhile
while adhering to what hat ho believes to tobe tobe
be right rl ht There is probably not a man manIn manin
In the United States Senate today who Is Isliving Islvlng Isliving
living within his salary of 7100 7 iOO Most Mostof tIostot Mostof
of us are serving lenln here not for the salary
but for fore the honor that it may reflect reflectupon reft reflectupon t tupon
upon us in the years ears to come and be because btcauSi because ¬
cause of our ideals When you OU rob robpublic robpubUc robpublic
public service of the honor and respect respectability rMpeotblUtj respecttblhity ¬
ability blUtj that should go with It yx you Ou > u have havetaken havetaken havetaken
taken away its chief compensation compensationRepublicans oomJHnlfltlonRClJUbUcnml cOmpensationRepublicans
Republicans Disgusted DisgustedMany DisgustedIany DisgustedMany
Many Iany Republican Senators who adhere adhereto
to the party n organization were expressing expressingtheir exprcselnftheir expressingtheir
their disgust yesterday YOBterda at the turn politl politlcaj pollUC pohiticaj
C caj affairs tffais have taken in In h the last few fewyears fe feoars fewyears
years oars due to popular agitation and andmuckraking andmuckrAking andmuckraking
muckraking and they say Ill that the out outlook outlook outlook ¬
look foi r fozthe the future is by no means en encouraging encouragIng encouraging ¬
couraging couragingSome couragIngSome couragingSome
Some reference was w made yesterday to tothe tothe tothe
the fact that exSenator John C C Spooner Spoonerhad Spoonerhad Spoonerlaid
had given up public life In the middle of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his term and at the t 14o e very height of his hisofficial hllllofficial hsomelal
official power and usefulness because he hewas hewas hewas
was unwilling to submit to the attacks attacksthat attacksthat attacksthat
that were being made upon him or to tolonger tolonger tolonger
longer endure misrepresentation and anddefamation anddaCAmation an4defamation
defamation In politics It was wa recalled recalledyesterday recallodcsterdlr recalledyesterday
yesterday that Mr Spooner represented a aState noState aState
State In which many man of thp Insurgent Insurgentpolicies Insurgentpolicies insurgentpolicies
policies were W ro spawned and from from which whichthe whichthe hleh hlehtho
the influences that have made themselves themselvesfelt themeel8fifelt themselvesfelt
felt upon the careers of other public men menhave monhle manhave
have tadlated tadlatedSenator 1AdlotedSenator uadiatedSenator
Senator Spooner it was said by b some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Senators yesterday who recalled the thecircumstances thecircumstances thecircumstances
circumstances of his resignation foresaw foresawwhat foros8wIhat foresawwhat
what was coming and told some ome of his hiscolleagues hIscol1cngues hiscolleagues
colleagues that the time would come when whenmany wbeni whenmany
many mAn of them would envy env him the com comfort comI cornfort ¬
fort and Independence ho would enjoy In Inprivate InIrlato inprivate
private life practicing his profession professionSenator professionSen professionSenator
Senator Sen tor Flints Case CnacSenator CnRcSenator CaseSenator
Senator Frank Flint of California who whoduring whodurInG whoduring
during his first term gave promise of be becoming becoming becoming ¬
coming one of the leaders In the Senate Senatedeclined Senatedeclined Senatedeclined
declined to be a candidate candldateor for reelection reolectlonbecause reoJectioniecause reelection1ecatxse
because he saw that he was as to be con
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fronted with a a campaign of detraction detractionand ddractfonand detractionand
and to be put to great expense ex n in order orderto orderto orderto
to be successful successfulMr aucceufuldr
Mr Flint is a man ef very moderate moderatefortune moderatetortune moderatefortune
fortune and he promptly declined to ac accept acsept ¬ I Ieept
sept the honor at the price U which it itwas itus I
was waofered offered In private conversation eo unaUOB yes yeslike y ytertlay yesterday
tertlay be m a predklioa very much muchlike
1111 like that reported by Senator Spooner Spoonerthat SpoonerUtt Spoonerthat
that some of the conservative Senators Senatorswould Senatorswould Senatorswould
would envy him his coafertaMe = berth h in inprivate InprtYate inprivate
private life before another two t years bad badeta badelapMd badelsged
eta elapMd elapMdHALES elsgedHALES
Augusta A Me April Itn The announce announcement a1Utoun announcemeat e emeat ¬
meat of Senator Eugene Hal Hale that he hewould hewould hewould
would not be a a candidate for reelection reelectionwhen reeleetlonwbeft reelectionwhen
when his present t term expires exp next year yearwas yeuwas yearwas
was received recelv with a a great deal of star surprise JUrprbe starprtss ¬
prise In Maine and various reasons are aregiven aregiven
given st by the politicians for his declining decliningto
to again n enter ent r at contest contestThe contntTIM COUttStThe
The Senators s letter formally f < many lly declining decliningdeclining destining destiningto
to De b a CA D4 aIM declining 4Mdb to toact toaet toact
act as the temporary chairman charmsa of the theRepublican theRepublican theRepublican
Republican State Stat convention which will willbe willS 111 111be
be S held m b this th city to Jane was received receivedtonight reeelTedtonfPt receivedtonight
tonight by Byron Boyd the chairman chairmani
of th the Republican State Stat committee eommttt committeeSome
i Some time ago exJudge ecTud Frederick FrederickPowers FrHmcki FrederickPowers
i Powers of Houluw started ted a a campaign campaignas eamJM eamJMas
as the tuccessor of Senator Hale Judge JudgePowers TudKePoWMS JudgePowers
Powers is supposed to be the candidate candidateof
I of the antlers aal1erpJdAUea ntsaUefs brcncn of C the theRepublican ttMRepublican theRepublican
Republican party In the State At ftrst firsthis ftrsthis ftrsthis
his candidacy was not taken seriously as asSenator asSentor asSenator
Senator Hale had built up a powerful powerfulmachine powertulI powerfulmachine
I machine and those who ought to know knowsomething knowI knowsomething
I something of o the ins I and outs of Maine Mainepolitics Mainepolitics alne alnepouUca
politics said that there might hl be some someone someI someone
I one in the State who could defeat Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor Hale for reelection but they did not notbelieve notbeUeft notbelieve
believe that it would be a 5 man of the thestamp thestamp thestamp
stamp of Judge Powers PowersBut PowersBut PowersBut
But it is said Iel that Judge Powers gained gainedsuch pJHdlUeh gulnodsuch
such a headway that the friends of Sen Senator Senator Zenator ¬
ator Hale advised him to withdraw from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the contest although alt o there can be no noreason noreaMN1 noreason
reason to doubt but that the Senator tor is isin Isin isin
in poor health It is further said by some someof someof
of the leaders that if the light 1 t In the theRepublican th thRubUcan theRepublican
Republican party was w continued it would wouldresult wouldreEult wouldresult
result in the election of a Democratic Democraticlegislature Democraticlegislature
legislature 1 1ature and aD a Democratic governor governorA pTernorcancua
A caucus was recently held at Bar Har Harbor Harlxx ¬
bor which hleh is located bJt seven mile milefrom miles milesfrom <
from Elteworth the Senators enator home homewhich homewhich
which was carried e rrld for the Senator by a asmall fLmall asmall
small margin The antiHale newspapers newspapersinterviewed nepapenInterviewed newspapersinterviewed
interviewed ministers in that town townwho townwhosaid who whosaid Whosaid
said that the scene there were disgrace disgraceful dkssraceful disgraceful ¬
ful ful on the day of the caucus that men menI menand menand
I and boys were w re Intoxicated In the streets streetsand streetsand streetsand
and that rum and money furnished by byth4 bythe
1 the Hale supporters were freely used The TheBar TheBar Tb TbBar
Bar Harbor incident may ma have had an aneffect altetreet aneffect
effect on th the determination of the Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator to withdraw from the contest contestWhether contestWhether contestWhether
Whether Judge Powers will have any op opposition oppo opposition ¬
position po for the Republican nomination nominationremains nomlouionremains iaomlnatisnremains
> remains to be seen seenYESTERDAY seenYESTBRDAY seenYESTFZtDAY
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miles of the th shore In front of Cook Coun County Count County ¬
ty t 111 and Lake County Count Ind was fa favorably favorably a avorably ¬
vorably reported to the House yesterday yesterdayby yesterdayby osterda osterdaby
by the Committee on Interstate and For Foreign Forolgn Forolga ¬
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