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THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY MAY 1 3 1910 1910r t 7
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r r I THE TALK OF THE HE TOWN I
Hallsys comot has been blamed for foreverything foreverything foreverything
everything from the heavy hea recent r rains rainsup rainup rana ranaup
up to the high cost of living but it re remained re remained remalned ¬
mained for a Washington man to hold holdthe holdthe holdthe
the celestial wandorer as a o successor or orat orat orat
at least loa5t an abottor to Cupid CupidTho CupidTho K KTho
Tho silvery moon Isnt nt in it with withHalleys withHalleys Withhalleys
Halleys comet when it comes to spark sparking sparkIng zprkIng ¬
ing parties said this Washington man manwho manwho manwho
who knows yesterday Those lovers loverswho lovorswho loverswho
who were formerly tormor wont to pass blissful blissfulhours bUsdulhours blissfulhours
hours exchanging sweet nothing by the theHght tbeTIght thelght
TIght of the moon have unanimously unanimouslyagreed unanimouslyagreed unanimouslyagreed
agreed that sparking by b moonlight l lfor Ii Iifar ifar
far behind the modern way of courting courtingby courUn courUnby courtingby
by comet c > met light lightIts light lightJ lightIts
J Its a fact that every morning hun hundreds hundreds bundrecis ¬
dreds of young ouu couples right here in inWashington InVashlngton inWashington
Washington conduct their courtships courtshipswhile courtshipswhllo oourtshlpswhile
while watching for the comet Apart Apartment Aptutm Apartmfnt ¬
ment m nt house roofs balconies 1 or even the thefront thefront thefront
front of porches porch os are favorite spots of ofvantage ofnntage ofvantage
vantage There they hold forth for forhours torhours forhours
hours straining their ayes for the thecomets thocomets thecomets
comets appearance and Incidentally Incidentallytelling InchIutallte1Un lncidntallytelling
telling te1Un one another how thougnlful tbou mtul it itxvas itwas itwas
was of Mr Halley to find this new newmatchmaker newmatchmakar nowmatchmaker
matchmaker
Why I suppose this comot business businesswill bUltnesawUl buitnoswill
will cause cau a big reform temporarily in inthe Inthe Inthe
the affairs of young youn lovers concluded concludedthe concludedthe concludedthe
the opeakor I expect that as the comet cometapproaches cometapproacbes cometapproaches
approaches the young fellows instead insteadof Intoadof Instos Instosof
of calling in the early evening and andleaving andieavlng andleaving
leaving ieavlng at midnight mldnl ht will arrive arrh at mid midnight midnight midnight ¬
night and ride home with the milkman milkmanJ milkmanDid
J A oA J A ADid 6 6Did
Did you ever go 0 into t a barber barber shop and andkeep andkeep andkeep
keep your oars open while the tonsorial tonsorlalartist tonsorialartist tonsorialartist
artist was manicuring the top of your yourhead yourhead yourhead
head or your Our cheeks Well try it some oometime 80metime sometime
time and see how much gossip and small smalltalk smalltalk smlItalk
talk of every description you can pick up upThe upThe upThe
The man In the chair to the right of you youis youIs youIs
is probably being b lng told what IB I the matter matterwith DUlttertlth matterwith
with tho ball team and why they tho cant hit hitand hitand liltand
and that we havent got a decent tctftt man manon manon manon
on it and more of the same Kme sort while whilethe whll whllthe whilethe
the victim of the shampoo on your left lefthears leCthears lefthears
hears bits of news about the comet and andthe andthe andthe
the census and the elections and the thetrouble thetrouble thetrouble
trouble at George Washington aehln ton University Universityin
in the he intervals when bis b hi ears are are not full fullof funof fullof
of the soap soapAll soapA1l soapA
A All this time the occupants of tbe other otherchair otMrhair otherchaIr
chair hair in the room are busily engaged in intRlklngor IntAlkln intnlkingor
tRlklngor tAlkln or being beln talked ta1k at atabout about bout every everypossible onrrposplble everyposIbe
possible question quoUonCor for it seems that one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the first requisites requU of a good barber is 1 to tobe tobe tobe
be able to talk on any 11 subject after afterwhich afterwhich afterwh1h
which he mutt b b able ble to make ke you ou take tajwa ta taa
a shampoo a facial massage a shoe shine sninesinge alailleinge shinesinge
singe inge your our eye brows put tonic on your yourhair TOurJ1alr your3ialr
hair and Induce you to part with 1th a small smalltipnone malltpnone smalltpnone
tpnone of which tillage thl p you want Rt to todo todo todo
do in the th least leastThe leaatThe leastThe
The next time you ou go into a barbers barbersjust 1tArberIIjUflt barbersjust
just keep ke p awake and see how much you youvIl youvIl ou
vIl 11 know when you come co out outIt outIt
6 6It
It has come at last We had though thoughfrom thoughfrom
from the feel of some of the weather weatherlately weatherla weatherlstly
la lately tel teat summer umm r was about bout due dueeYen dueeYenthou dueeventhough even eventhough
though thou h the calendar said that it would wouldnot wouldnN wouldnot
not get here for about two months But Butwhen Buthpn Butwhen
when hpn we saw the first few straw hats hatsappearing hatsappearing hatsappearing
appearing and the awnings wnlng going oIn up on onthe onthe onthe
the Willard and nd the white linen suits In InF InF inF
F street and began to feel that longing longingto lon nl nlto
4 to t get out the old Ashing rod and nd tackle tackleand tackleand tackleand
and go o for some bites we felt pretty prettysure preUysare prettysirs
sure that summer was in our midst midstBut Inld8tBut midstBut
But yesterday appeared the first mt t real realelgn reatelgn realsign
elgn that tb the beet season I on Cnettlio at the yew yewhad 7euhad yearS
S had arrived arrl arrivtdthe the season AIOn when the asphalt asphaltof uphalor asphaltf
of f Pennsylvania avenue becomes becom like likeunto likeInto likeunto
unto cold molasses For right rt ht in front of ofThe OfTh ofTh
The Th Washington W88hln ton Herald building bulktln passed passedthe puNtthe passedthe
the first hokypoky wagon wa n of the th summer summerand summerarid ummerand
and we were certain that it was 81 only onl a amatter Amattcr amatter
matter of a a couple of weeks until time timefor timefor timer
r for vacations vacationsOther vacaUoaOthT vacationsOther
Other signs may fail taJttbl the calendar may mayray ma7fa mayray
ray fa that summer is not duefor due ror two twomonths twomonth twomonths
months yet but when hell you Me the th Unit Unithokypoky ftrathokpok iIthokypoky
hokypoky wagon n wandering I up the street streetyou trlatOU streetyou >
you OU know kno that the silly season is here hereto 1Iereto herjto
to stay 8ta All hail to summer summerA summerAnd
A 6 JL A 4 4And M MAnd
And still they come Pretty soon Wash Washington v vIngtln Vai VaiIngton ¬
ington will be a city of movingpicture movingpictureshows movtllfpleiurehows mevlngpictureshows
shows with just a few residences residencessprinkled rlclenctllEprlnkled residencesrprinkied
sprinkled around to give the people poop that thatpatronize thatpatronize thatpatronize
patronize the th nickotedeome some som place to tolive tol1 tolive
live l1
According Accordln to the Lb records of the bureau bureauthat bureauthat bureauthat
that issues the building permits for the thecity the1t thecity
city 1t there are at the present time about aboutsixtyfive about aboutf about5Xtyfive
sixtyfive f xt ftve of these movingpictures movtn plctur thea theaters theaI theatrrs
I ters in operation and there are appli applications appUCatlons applirations ¬
rations for about twenty more on hand handthough bandthough handthough
though a number num of these have never neverbeen neverbeen meverbeen
been called for when granted When Whenone Whenonp WhenOflf
one thinks that about three thr thri years ago aSQthert agothere go gothere
there was w not a place of this kind In Inthe JAtho Inthe
the city their growth JOwth seems He almost phe phenomenal P Pnmenl phonrmeni ¬
nomenal nomenalAnd nmenlAnd nrmeniAnd
And of course along Ion with wit the growth growthof
of the theaters comes a corresponding
Increase In the number num of manufactories manufactoriesand
and laboratories for turning turnl out the thefilms thet11mB theIlims
films Calculating that each ch picture thea theater theaIt
It 1 ter uses u s Ave dv films a day that would wouldmake wouldmake wouldmake
make a total of films 1m used u dally in inthe Inthe inthe
the city alone alon And when one adds add up upthe upthe upthe
the cities of any consequence in the thecountry thecountryalthoulh thecountryalthough
country countryalthoulh although there Is scarcely 8C11rcelyy1l1age a avillage a avillage
village too small to have its motion pic pictures picturesthe plcturesthe ¬
tures turesthe the total is tremendous tremendousThen tremendousThen tremendousThen
Then with the advent of the alrdomes alrdomesso alrdDm
so called because becau the building bUildln regula regulations r regniatmns la latlnl ¬
tions do not allow allo them to be covered by byany b bany byany
any roofing roo n material or covering of t any anyEort anysortare n7 n7tortre
Eort tortre are beginning g1nnl to spring up all U over overthe overthe overthe
the city On almost every Vacant lot of ofany ofany ofany
any size preparations are being made madefor mad madCor madefor
for the erection ore Uon of these outdoor parks parkswhero parbwhero parkswhere
whero motion pictures and nd vaudeville vaudevillewill vaudevillewlU vaudevillewill
will be the attractions on hot nights nightsThere nightsThero nightsThere
There are applications for no less 1 than thanseventeen thanSE thanseventeen
seventeen SE nteen of these places now on file in intho intho n nthe
tho District Building and more mo of them themare themare themare
are coming in every day dayAbout da daAbout dayAbout
About tho only drawback to ti the orec orectlon oreef eeoction
f tion of a place of this th kind is the t th fact factthat factthat aet aetthat
that it is necessary to gain aln tho consent consentof conaentof consentof
of a majority of the propery holders in intho intho Inthe
tho vicinity before one can be operated operatedat
at ar they would otherwise come under the theead t16ead theread
read ead of if f noisy nois nuisances But this sum summer WlDmer summer
mer will probably 1100 e0 at least IM t twentyfive twentyfiveof
1 of these openair parks In active opera operatlon operaUonwhereas operationwhoreas
tlon Uonwhereas whereas last summer there were wereabout wervabout wareabout
about five 111EpeculaUon fiveSpeculation
4 4Speculation e
Speculation was rife In town yester yesterday YMterday yasterday ¬
day and last night as to the probable probab out outcome outcome outcome ¬
come of the th fatality arising out of the theOwen tbeOwen theOwen
Owen MoranTommy Moranromm McCarthy ltlcCartb prize fight fightat ngbtat iightat
at Frisco night before last The Cause aUltt of ofthe o othe ortIe
the great interest taken by b the local looaldevotees localdfvotees lootidevotees
devotees of tho fighting tI httnb game is not so somuch SOmuch somuch
much because b Cfluse of the popularity of Mc McCarthy Mcarth Mccarmy ¬
Carthy arth or anything of that sort IOrtalthough IOrtalthoughot although althoughof
of course they the were sorry rr to hear h r that thathe tbathe thathe
he had received his last t knockoutbut be because be becaU8 because ¬
cause of the probable bearing of this thisaccident thl thlaccident thisaccident
accident upon the JeffriesJohnson fight flghtdue fightdU ght ghtduo
due dU to take place in the same vicinity next
Fourth or July if tho courts decide that thatIt thtIt thatIt
It Is best to stop all fighting In San Fran Francisro Franislo Franciso
cisro islo on account of o this 1h fatality fa taUt the big bigfi bigsCrap bigaerap
fi sCrap crap will either have to b b6 called off offor
or 0 it will have to take place at some later laterdate laterdate lateldate
date in another city cityIt cityIt cityIt
It is safe to say that no fight has ever evercaused evercaused evercaused
caused as much excitement as the coming comingchampionship comingcamplonsblp comingcamp1onsbip
championship battle battl has and to have hln any anything 1l01thonG anythng ¬
thing happen appexm to prevent it at this com comparatively compMt cornptratvoly ¬
paratively pMt voly late day d da would be a great dis dl ¬
appointment to a large number of persons personshere P6laonshereclpeclally peraonhereespecially
here hereclpeclally especially those who ho have expecta expectations expectatlons expectaDons ¬
Dons of winning something on the aide SldeA aideA sideA
A A AA
A woman who displayed dllplay some 10m 00 00worth 500worth 500 500worth
worth of diamonds had invited a friend friendof friendot friendof
of somewhat less worldly riches rJ he and andmore andmore andmore
more culture to lunch with her in a arestaurant arMtaulftftt arestaurant
restaurant a few evening ao aoAs aaoAs agoAs
As the waiter was w dexterously remov removing removIq rsmovLag ¬
Lag the most expensive salad lad that the thehouse thlhou thehouse
house hou could boast the orchestra on tho thobalcony thobaJcony thebalcony
balcony evidently tiring Unn of Has Ha Any Anybody Anybody Anybody ¬
body Here Seen S n Kelly and nd I Wonder WonderWhos WonderWho WonderWhos
Whos Who Kissing Her Now ow switched Itched un unexpectedly unIXPfCtl unexpectedly ¬
expectedly IXPfCtl ly into the th lilting cafe dance dancefrom dancetrom dancefrom
from La Boheme The luncheon guest guestgave gutItWo guestgave
gave a little sigh It h of gratification gratificationHow grawtcaUonuHow gratiflcatlonHow
How delightful this UII is lB she mur murmurmurod lOurmurmured murmurmured
murmured Do you know I simply love lovePuccini lovePuccini lovePuccini
Puccini PucciniShe PucciniShe PucciniShe
She of the diamonds beamed her cor cordiality cordlaUt cordiality ¬
diality dialityI dlaUt dlaUtI S SI
I guess gu were wIr congenial eonS1 spirits she shesaid IheKId sheeid
said KId seems to me I just cant set setenough getenough 6t 6tenough
enough of o it But we w dont have It for forlunch forJunch forlunch
lunch at horns John is so oldfashioned oldfashionedHa
He says hed rather have a good piece of
pumpkin plo than all the foreign dishes dishesthere dllhesthere dishesthere
there are anywhere anywhereYou uwheredo anywhereYou
do 6 6You
You have bav no idea of the the1ar large e amount amountof amountor amountor
or Jewelry that m men < m are careless enough enoughto
to leave In their clothes when hen they send sendthem sendthem end endthem
them to the laundry remarked the su superintendent suporlnt9ft suporintondent ¬
perintendent porlnt9ft ent of one on of the largest rst clean cleaning cleanJng cleanlog ¬
log establishments in town as he opened openeda o ned neda
a box and exhibited a number or valua valuable valuble valuable ¬
ble appearing studs and duff links Of Ofcourse Ofcourae Ofcourse
course some of these are not genuine genuinebut genuinebut genuinebut
but the majority of them are This Tht col collection collection eellection ¬
lection cam came in this th week and nd you can cansea canHfI canac
sea ac that there are enough enou h of them for a adishonest adlthonMt adishonest
dishonest man to accumulate quite a agoodsiaod Asoodat1leC1 agoodelsed
goodsiaod pile during durin the year if he hecared heeared hecared
cared to keep them for all 11 laundries laundrieshave lAundrl lAundrlhUD laundrieshave
have the notice on their bills bal that they theyare theyar theyare
are ar not responsible for valuables left in inthe Inthe Inthe
the clothes clothesIts cloth clothIts clothesIts
Its a funny thins tbl thinE but we e dont seem seemto seemto m mto
to find near a ai much Jewelry la the thewomens thewomenS thewomon
womon womens clothes They own a lot more moreof mortot macreof
of it of course but they seem to be bemore bemore bemore
more careful of It ItCANNON ItCANNON ItCANNON
CANNON TOASTS TOASTSGRANT TOASTSGRANT TOASTSGRANTAT
GRANT GRANTAT AT DINNER DINNERContinued DINNERContinutHI DINNERContinued
Continued from t Om PnKc One Oneelass Onnclaus n
claus 01 or occupation oceuPAUon4l1d and while the th critic criticba criticbat criticham
bat ba his place he does little to make The Thewheels thew1Me1a shewheels
wheels go round roundHe roundHI
He 11 may get I into the cloud l and andspread andspread andspread
spread a mist of hazy talk about pro progressive pro proI1netve progressive ¬
gressive ideas or down in the mire mirethrowing mirethrowing re rethrowJ
throwing throwJ mud at everybody but we need needmen needmen
I men who will keep t on the level 1M and 114 deal dealwith dMI1Ut dealwith
with 1Ut realities rtdU to work out definite plans plansThe planaTh plansTh
Th The administration of Grant was op oppose op opM opposed ¬
pose posed M by the most remarkable lcabl coalition coalitionthat coalitiontbat coalitionthat
that was wa ever known in American politics politicsIt
It failed failedSuch raUtdSuch failedSuch
Such coalitions have failed ever 81 and andshould andshould andshould
should fail always ah There is no political politicalpurgatory pollt1ea1purptory politicalpurgatory
purgatory no halfway house between betweenpolitical betwHnpolitical betweenpolitical
political Integrity and benevolent H pre pretense pretenH pretense ¬
tense Any ny attempt of that kind Is set setdown setdon setdown
down ac a demagogy demagogyThe ema demagogyThe 1 1The
The men who formed 1or the combination combinationreckoned combtlultloAreekoMd comb4uatloareckoned
reckoned without the great reat body of th thpeople the theJMOPM thepeople
people they were e not representing the thepeople thepeoplt thepeople
people but their own own14ab alflah ambitions ambitionsThose ambltlonaThcae ambitionsThese
Those who Mad up the rank and file ftl of ofthe DCi ofthe
i the Republican party did not attempt to tocompromise tocom tocoEnpromlie
compromise com prom with the enemies ene eneues of the t pol polIcies polIela pok pokides >
ides of their party but turning < their theirfaces theirrc theirfaces
faces rc to the foe proclaimed anew their theirdevotion theirdevotion theirdevotion
devotion to the economic principles of the theRepublican tbeRepublican theRepublican
Republican party partyThe put7IM partyrho
The American Ame people did their own ownthinking ownthlDJcI ownthinking
thlDJcI thinking at that time and will continue continueto
to do their own thinking in the future futureCnrioiin fULUreCnrlO1lll fuinrCrIuur
Cnrioiin rralt uf Niitnru NiitnruAfter utllre utllreAfter n1tzruAtttr
After nearly forty fort years hav have pasted pastedit
it is curious reading rftut1n to turn back to the theplatform theplaltorm theplatform
platform of that coalition and see such suchterms suchterms acJt acJtterm
terms a aa usurpation urpalJon and treachery treacheryhurled treacheryhnrled treacheryhurled
hurled at the President PresidentBut Prdft1tBut PresidentBut
But when whe we turn to the election re returns r rturnt returns ¬
turns and see how that coalition was re repudiated repudiated repudisted ¬
pudiated by the voters at the polls pol we weare were weare
are re reminded of Lincolns remark reniark that thatYou UlatYuu thtYou
You can fool some 110m of the people all allthe aUthe alltb
tb the time all th the people some or the time timebut ttawJbut timebut
but you cant fool all the people all the thetime thetblN thetime
time timeThe
The tariff act of HOI 1 is i not perfect perfectany perfectny perfectany
any ny more than were the numerous tariff tariffacts tartttaeta tariffacts
acts that preceded pv ceded It It and probably no nobetter nobeUtr nobetter
better adapted to the conditions con lUona today todaythan toda todathan todaythan
than they th were to the condition which whichthey wblehthey whichthey
they were designed to meet meetBut meetBut meetBut
But the worth of the new law is to tobe tobe tobe
be measured mean red by btt the th conditions of in industry Inc1ulltry Industry ¬
dustry and business since nee Its enactment enactmentWo enactmentWo ctlDtJt ctlDtJtWo
Wo had unemployed men w we bad idle idtefreight idletrcght idlefreight
freight cars ca we had much uncertainty In Inmany Inmany inmany
many lines till of business b and Il d we had a alarge atarse alarge
large deficit in th tIN federal Treasury TreasuryWithin 1100Within TresmyWithin
Within eight months after the enact enactment enactmeat actment ¬
ment of the Payne law this had all allchanged aUehaqed allchanged
changed changedA
A good many people complain of the thehigh thehlsh thehigh
high cost of IIvl living and I will not say saythat saytbt saythat
that it is exactly described by Jam Jam J JHill JlUll JHill
Hill in his h epigram of the cost of high highliving hlsbllvln highliving
living llvln but there has been n a tendency tendencythroughout tendencythroughout tendencythroughout
throughout the century to live better betterand betterand betterand
and each generation eMration in the tbl country has haslived huJIved haslived
lived better than the one that preceded precededIt preee ed edIt
It It and that is the one great ideal ror rorwhich tw twwhtch forwhich
which we have labored through the theyears lbera theyears
years ra I hope it will continue continueWhen conttAuWhon continueWhen
When anybody tells me that our labor laboris laboris bur burI
is I now no better oft than the labor l r of ofEurope otEurope ofEurope
Europe I look to Castle euu Garden and find findthe ftndthe findthe
the answer hi the thousands of Immi Immigrants Immisra1fts Immntgrazits ¬
grants who come here every yeaf ye ear and andfind aDdtlnd andfind
find employment employmentBut employm nt ntBut
But we have other testimony from fromour fromour fromour
our American consular service from the theagents theapnts theagents
agents of the Department of Commerce Commerceand Commerceand Commerceand
and Labor and from roam Mr Samuel Gum Gotnpers GomprHtde Gumpore
pore president prHtde t of the American Federa Federation FcraUon FederaUon ¬
Uon of Labor to the effect that Ula wages wagesIn WeBIn wagesin
In America are double the wages waC in inEurope inFuro inPurope
Europe Furo and that the coot of living is no nohigher noht nohigher
higher ht het here than there thereRECESSION theret theretRECESS thereRECESSION
RECESSION RECESS ON AGAIN AGAI T URGED URGEDHouse URGEDUOUIIIC URGEDhouse
House District Committee Calls for forIlcport torUClOrt forIteport
Ilcport of f Resolution ResolutionFriends UCltolu 1teolutionFriends Uon UonFriends
Friends of the proposition for the re recession recession ¬
cession to the District of Columbia of ofthH OftbA ortbit
thH tbA old portion of > f the District which whichwas whIchwas
was w ceded ce ecl back to Alexandria lexn 1t1 < County Count tn tn180M < n
14 1 are attempting ILttMnpUII to get t action at this thissession tblaIOft thissession
session IOft of Congress CongressThe eo CongressThe e eThe
The House Ho District Committee Conualtt yester yesterday yesterday 8ter 8terday ¬
day sent to uj the Commissioner for a re report re report meport ¬
port of a resolution oa this subject subjectwhich subjectwhleh subjectwhich
which directs the Attorney AttonM General G to toprotpicut toJXOIJCUtf toprocute
protpicut whatever suits or actions in inlaw InIlL inlaw
law IlL or equity which may ma In his judg judgment Jud Judment judgmeut ¬
ment seem appropriate or necessary to todetermine todotermlne todotermine
determine the boundaries of the District Districtof
of Columbia as denned deAn in the proclama proclamation proclamatton proclamation ¬
tion of President Washington dated datedMarch datedMarch datedMarch
March 90 i ITU ITUOpponents 1711Opponent 191Opponents
Opponents of the proposition to get getthis getthis getthis
this large lar e tract of land back from Vir Virginia Virslnla Virginla ¬
ginia claim that it Je nothing more or orless arlea r r1eStJ
less lea than a real estate 6 t scheme schemei schemeLargest
I i Largest Iarg Homing Iling Circulation
Mattings MattingsWe
We guarantee to replace without withoutextra withoutextra sIthoutextra
extra co cOlIt cot jt any grade rado of our Mat Mattings Mattlngs Mattings ¬
tings that proves defective In any anyrespect anyrespect anyrespect
respect Our prices prl s are low and you youare youare OU OUaro
are not asked to buy bu full tul rolls rollaWith rolhlWith rollsWith
With every order wo 0 mbasura mbasurayour mbasurQ mbasurQour mbasuruyour
your our floors charge for only what Is Isneeded Isneed isneeded
needed need cd to cover ooverUm them and do the thelaying thelaylnl thelaying
laying for you FRBE FRBEOrder FRBEOrder FR1EOrder
Order before 1 p Po m and the Mat Mattings Mattlngs rat rattlngs ¬
tlngs will be laid the following oJlowl S day dayICot dayCarpets dayCarpets5
Carpets Carpets1ot
Not Just tho three t ree special sp lal men mentioned mentioned mentioned ¬
tioned but every grade and pattern patternin
in our stock bearing bearin these regular regularprice regularprice regularprice
price marks marksAll marksAll marksAll
All 150 grades grad nowiis nowiisAll now 11r 11rAll ii iiAll
All Ii 12 125 grades gr l new 03c 03cAll O OScAll C CAll
All 100 100 grades now 7Sc 7ScGarpetSweepers 7cCarpetweepers c cCarpetSweepers
GarpetSweepers GarpetSweepersIn
In oak maple and mahogany fin finish ftnlah finIsh ¬
ish Sell regularly at 200 200Special 200Specinl 00 00Spcclnl
Special at 9150 9150S 81 1O 1OR 0 0R
R u gSCarpetSizes gSCarpetSizesPrice S CarpetSises CarpetSisesPrices
Prices below give an idea of thu thureductions tbtreductions thtireductions
reductions throughout our entire entireHug enUreRug entir entirRug
Rug Department DepartmentJ5000
J5000 5000 Rugs 1x12 xU now 4000 4000Ii50 4000
51750 3750 Rugs Ru s IxlS Ixl now ttnoOO ttnoOOUSOO 3000
USOO 3500 Rugs 1x12 Oxi now no moo nOOU5OO
U5OO 2500 Hugs Ru 1x12 lxi now 2000 ooo
2000 2000 Rugs OxiS x2 xl now 1000 1000Just laooDinner 1600Dinner
Dinner Sets SetsJu
Ju Just t a all attractive prices on larger largeror lar fr fror
or smaller sets let than these mentioned mentionedbelow menHoniCblov mentionedbelow
below
100 pcs were 10M 1000 now 7 720 O
100 pcs pc were we 11 llee now noo noo1M 00
100 pcs were re J14S 14S now min 11 0
100 pcs were 1 1iH M now l4r lO > 0
100 pcs pc were J50M 0U BOW ow isoo
100 pcs pcs were w tH 28St now no 1000 1000All 1000Parlor 1000Parlor
Parlor Lamps LampsAll
All have ha beautifully decorated decoratedshade decorate4shadn decoratedshades
shade and were unusually low lowpriced 10 10prlctd lowpriced
priced at the regular figures tI r Snap Snapbargains Sftpbargain Snapbargains
bargains now nowA1V nowAU nowAl1
A1V AU noo 900 Laaipe LM new nowAll ow 60 60All oro oroAll
All 1000 1000 Lamps now no 700 700All 700All OO OOAll
All 1200 Lamps now 000 OO
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THE RULES OF THE HOUSE
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about the tHtu rults of the House Hw a a word wordafter 1Ordan aordafter
after an the ocean of words that have havebeen ba havebeen ve vebetA
been hurled at 5t the rules in the last lasttwo Ittwo lasttwo
two yean yeanThomas y yThOlllM yearsThomas
Thomas B B Re Rd < l once said Id The Thenoise TheROI The Thenoise
noise ROI m4 1M by a small n but l loud mi minority MIROrlty mlnority ¬
nority In the wrong ron is too often ottentaken isis mistaken isistaken ¬
taken for tbe voice of o the th people and andthe udthe andthe
the voice of God GodThat GodThat GodThat
That remark applies appl s to the discus discussion 4I8calion discusslon ¬
lion of the rule ruleThese ru ruTh rules rulesThese
Th These rules are as the development of orUO of1io
130 years y and they the are now substan substantially metaatll1y aiibstntially ¬
tially as they have ha been for a genera generation pfteNtIoft generaties ¬
ties Just twenty years ago 80 we had a acampaign arampalsn aampalgn
campaign of denunciation against llIIt these theserules tharules theserules
rules and all that has been said eaMlln in tbt tbtlast tb tblaat tblast
last two years Y was said ald then Than It Uwas Itwu itwas
was the loud minority trying trytn to die dictate dietale dietate ¬
tate legislation J lation as it Is now no The TheDemocrats Theoerata TheDemocrats
Democrats oerata were in the minority In tbe tbeFiriyflrst tbeJrIftyftret theYItyfirst
Firiyflrst Congress Co e but they tried to todictate todictate todictate
dictate legislation legislationWhy Jlauonh legIslationhy
Why h hy llccil AVni Vzt nl Called Cznr CznrSpeaker CznrSpeaker CzarSpeaker
Speaker Reed and the majority who whowere whoWMe whowere
were responsible for legislation re refused re retu8ed refused ¬
fused to be dictated tJlctat to Reed counted counteda
a quorum of those who were present presentfor prnenttor presentfor
for mischief but declared they were werenot werenot werenot
not present for business Dualne That action actionof actionof actionof
of Reed was denounced as Caarlsoi CaarlsoiThe CltlrlamThe CasrismThe
The discussion became International Internationalbut
but the Supreme Court sustained Reed Reedand RHCland Reednail
and so did thc Democratic party when whenit wbenit whenit
it came into power it adopted what whatit whtIt whatIt
it had denounced as the Reed rules rulesabsolutely ruJeaMolutly rulesabsolutely
absolutely repudiating the denuncia denunciation denunciation denuncislion ¬
tion It had written into Its platforms platformsin
in nearly every State in the he Union UnionThe UnIOnThe UnionThe
The rules nale had not been changed chanledln in any anyparticular anyparticular anyparUcular
particular sine since they were w re used u by the theDomecratlc theD theDemocratic
Democratic D mecraUc Fiftythird Congress until untila
a year ago a o a new ne rule creating calen calendar calendar calendar ¬ I
dar Wednesday ed nesda wax adopted adoptedWhy adopt adopthy adoptedWhy
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you must vat see them to appreciate the unusual values valueswe Yalueawe veiueswe
we give ve at the present marked rke4 prices pricesOne priceOM pricesOne
One of our richest suites in solid mahogany extra extralarge extra1f extra1rge
large 1f e frames elaborately carved loose loosecushions JOOMeuahlons loosecushions
cushions of finest materials a suite Iuit that thatwa thatwas
wa was a big value at our regular price of t 1 I 00 00Maay fifi fifiJ125
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rule On the eve of the last Presi Presidential Preetdent1 Presidential ¬
dential election the th Demortatic Dtomo1 8 tic leader leadersought i eadersought ader aderMucbt
sought to dictate legislation legislationThe IeKialationThe legislationThe
The majority would not accept dic dictation dictation dictatlon ¬
tation He began a filibuster which whichcontinued wblehcoaU whichcontinued
coaU continued uecl to the end of the hetrallkly session awsslonfrankly sessionfrankly
frankly stating on the door that the theminority theminority theminority
minority would resist and embarrass embarrassin
in every way possible poe ibJe all legislation legislationunless 11uonunl Ieglslatisnunless
unless unl certain measures meaur demanded dema by bytbe bylbe bythe
the minority should be brought for forward tora forward ¬
ward a rei History Hlltor repeated peated IIfTbe itselfThe Itself ItselfThe
The Democratic platform denounced denouncedtha Mnouncedthe denouncedtb0
the czar czarism lam of the th Speaker just as asthe asI asthe
the I he Democratic platform > did in btThe 190 190The 10Tb
The Tb minority hsd 8d demanded legisla legislation IptaUon lgtslation ¬
tion for special interests not for the thegeneral tbeMral thegeneral
general Mral Interest InterestThere InteratThere InterestThere
There were other special interests interestsdemanding interestsdemanding la laMmancUnr
demanding that toe Speaker use arbi arbitrary arbitrary rbl ¬ I Itrary
trary power In n their bofcalf WB W Wbe When Whenhe M Mbe
be refused to viotaue the rules End Endtraditions alldtra andtraditions
traditions tra lUoDl of the House n he was de denounced denounced denounced ¬
nounced a car csarWould caronlel esarVoiiit1
Would onlel ChniiKe Constitution ConstitutionWhen Conjltt1t CiisiitutlonWhen lthin lthinWben
When we e have to change ehan the rules rulesto rWeito rulesto
to permit the minority to dictate lear tegisiatlon e elsIation learislation
isiatlon in behalf of special interest interestwe IntereabJwe
we will 111 be confronted with the neces necesffttytof necMt necesltyo
ffttytof ltyo t changing cba our Constitution and andail andall andall
all our conceptions of a a peoples peOpl a gov government goveramont v vernment ¬
ernment where the majority shall shalllegislate IbaU1foP1ate ha1l ha1llegislate
legislate and accept responsibility for forthe forthe forthe
the legislation legislationWe Je legIslationWe tlen tlenWe
We are told in Holy Writ that the theCreator tb tbCrtor theCreator
Creator made mad Adam out outo of clay and andh andJI4t andhe
h JI4t still un remained clay 01 until the Crea Creator Cr Crtoc Crtot ¬
tot breathed the brth of life into intohis Intohfa Intohis
his nostrils and nd he it became be ame nanThe nan nanThe n nne
The Committee on Rules is the ma machinery machinery machinery ¬
chinery of the House to report reportclAl spe special siecia ¬
cia orders or for change chan e of rules rulesThe rulesThe rulesThe
The resolution from th the committee committeemight committeemlpt committeemight
might be likened unto Adam Adam and AMnot is isnot isnot
not worth orth the paper on which it is iswritten Iswritten Iswritten
written until a majority of tho House Houseby HOUBeby Houseby
by H vote has Ita breathed the breath breathof breathof brotthof
of life into it It so that it becomes becomesrule a arule 11rule
rule of the tb House HouseIt HouseIt Houseit
It was S so in the past it is so now nowSAVINGS oowSAVIIiGS nowSAVINGS
SAVINGS BILL MOVE MADE MADERcNOlutlnn MADERercolutlon MADEResolution
Resolution iVonlil nnlll ul1 living It tp 1 for furScnntCs forSenates
Senates Consideration ConsiderationA Con lt1ernt1nn lt1ernt1nnA
A movement was put under way in the theHouse theHoueyeatecday theHouse
House Houeyeatecday yesterday to discharge the Com Committee Cornmittee ¬ I
mittee on Postoulces and nd Post Roads Roadsfrom Roadsfrom
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from further consideration of the postal postalsavings po postalsitvings tall tallfOOvlng
savings bank bill if the committee does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not soon lOon act on the measure measureA
A resolution was as Introduced by 11 Rep Representative Representative Representativa ¬
resentative Snapp of Illinois a member memberof memberof memberof
of the committee and nd a regular provid providing providIng procidlag ¬
ing that upon its passage the postal postalsavings JOtnlavtnss postalsarlngs
savings bank bill at once be brought broughtup brough1P
up for consideration in the th House It is iswell itwell iswell
well known that the th House committee committeeis
is hostile ho Ule to the th billvas blU bills as it was passed passedby p5501by
by the Senate and many man of its tem members tembers mombers ¬
bers are openly antagonistic antagonls c to the prin principle principle principle ¬
ciple The measure was passed by the theSenate theSente theSenate
Senate many weeks ago agoIt agoIt agoIt
It was at once referred to the House HousCommittee HOUHCommittee HouseCommittee
Committee on Postofllces PotOffl and Pot PotRoads POtttRoads PertRoads
Roads So far that committee has failed failedto fan fanto failedtoact
to toact toactRepresontative act actRepresentative actRepresontatlve
Representative Snapn Snllp resolution was wasreferred wasreferred wasreferred
referred to the Committee on Rules He Hewill Hew11l Hewill
will ask for a hearing hearhs upon it next week
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a derrl d ddrilc rAA c on March 9 Mildred Pendle Pendleton Pendleton Fondleton
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