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THE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALDSATUItDLY SATURDAY DECEMBER 3 1910 8
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BEYBRME LOST LOSTON LOSTON LOSTOI
ON OI TARIFF ISSUE ISSUESk ISSUEMarsball ISSUEMarshall
Sk SkMarshall
Marshall Tails T ls of Conditions ConditionsExisting COl1ditioIlSExisting ConditionsExisting
Existing in Indiana IndianaSILENT IndianaSILEliT IndianaSILENT
SILENT AS TO PBESIDENCY PBESIDENCYExecutive PRESIDENOYEeeuthc PRESDENOYXecntjve
Executive Xecntjve of Hoosier Hoole State S nte Says SaysBvery Sn SnEverT SaysEvery
Every Man Who Holds Office Hns HnsHis Unsnta UniUI8
His Name Mentioned for the Place PlaceToo PIpeeToo PincoToo
Too Early EIl Y to Tnllq of It ltOM as People PeopleHave PeopleHave Peoplehave
Have Way Urn of Changing Heroes neroelN6W HeroesNew UeroeNew
New York Dec ec 2 2fore Before going to the theHoosler th thHoosier theBooaer
Hoosier dinner tonight at the Waldorf WaldorfGov WAldorfGov WaldorfGay
Gov Thomas R Marshall of Indiana Indianadlicussed IndIanadlCUfSed Indianad1icued
dlicussed some phases of the recent elec election election alection ¬
tion aa they affected Indiana Indiana told why whySenator wh whSenotor VlYBenator
Senator Albert J Beverldge will not re return return ret1rn ¬
turn to Washington next year and men mentioned mentioned mentioned ¬
tioned some reforms In registration and andprimary andprImary andprimary
primary laws which he hopes hOP 9 to have hov the thenext thenet thenext
next State legislature to adopt adoptI
I think It was just this tbI in Indiana Indianaeald Indlnnasaid IndianaBald
said Gov Marshall At least le t it was wasthe wnsthe Wasthe
the bants of the campaign after Col ColRoosevelt ColRoosevelt Cot CotBoocevelt
Roosevelt como Into the State and he heaccentuated heuccentuated hoaccentuated
accentuated it Nobody was Quito blo bloto bloto
to understand how out of t a babel of ofvoices otvoices ofvoices
voices accurately to define the New Na Nationalism NatIonalism Nationalism ¬
tionalism tionalismThe tIonalismtiThe tionalismThe
tiThe The people of Indiana could not quite quiteunderstand Quitendfr8tand quitemdcratand
understand how a State was to have all allits aUIts allIth
its powers preserved and the powers of oftho ottho ofthe
tho general government at the same time timebe timebe timebe
be enlarged to the extent of making the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President trustee under God for all of ofus ots ofus
us s Then we were opposed to a central centralisation centralization centralIratlon ¬
isation of power powerI
I believe I voice volc the sentiment of ofIndiana ofIndlnna ofIndiana
Indiana when I say wo vo recognize that thata
a republic is not the strongest form of ofgovernment atgovernment ofgovernment
government by any means In a r republIc republIcwe public publicwe publlcwe
we cannot always accomplish things we wemay WemaY wemay
may want but we can preserve the liber liberty Uberty Ilberty ¬
ty of the individual citizen and he must musteither musteither musteither
either yield his individual liberty for forthe forthe forthe
the accomplishment of some things ho howants heWAnts howantO
wants to see accomplished or he must go gowithout COwithout gowithout
without the things he wants wontsTnrlft wantsTnrlff wantsTariff
Tariff Lend Lending luff Inane InaneThe bllueThe InueThe
The tariff question was wa tho loading loadingIssue l loadingissue f dlng dlngIssue
Issue made by the Democratic party In InIndiana InIndIanaa inIndianaa
Indiana IndIanaa a tariff for revenue No matter matterwhether matterwhetber matterwhether
whether it agrees asro li1 with that of any anyothcrDemocrata anyotherDemocrats anyotherDemocrats
otherDemocrats In the country or not notthat nottha notthat
that tha t is our brand of tariff and Cot ColRoosevelt CotRoos6volt CalBoosavolt
Roosevelt itoundod at Oeawatomlos and andat am amat andat
at Saratoga what seem to us discordant discordantnotes dJseordantnotes discordantnotes
notes Our people po plo I think are willing willingfor willingtor willingfor
for the general government to have every everypower eyerypower everypower
power that It hag now but not to give giveit g1oit giveIt
it any more moreThey moreThey moreThey
They believe also that to a A greater > or orless orles8 orless
less extent the PaynoAldrloh tariff bill billhaa billhas billha
has ha had to do with the higher cost of liv living livIng livIng ¬
ing It IB 1 my opinion that our people In InIndiana InIndiana InIndiana
Indiana in a square fight on the t th question questionhave qUOilUonhavo quotIonhave
have demonstrated that they do not be boHeVo believe belkVo
HeVo In the doctrine of protection from fromwhich fromwhich fromwhich
which I think flow the evils of which whichpeople whlohpeople whichpeople
people complain In the way of trusts and andojher an andother 1 1other
other evils or supposed evils I do not notx notdlspute notdispute
x dispute the fact that there are many good goodmen goodmen goodmen
men who differ from that point of view vlowWe viewWemade
We Wemade 0 made our fight this year ear on that thatand thatand thatand
and neither insurgency nor standpatlsm standpatlsmwas
was W 8 an issue Ours I think was the only onlyState onlySlate onlyState
State in which that peculiar condition conditionof
of things existed existedf existedV1ewaof I IViews
Views V1ewaof f e of Democrats DemocratsThose DemocratafThos DeniecratThose
fThos Those ot ptny ofjsny lJny faith do not believe you ydncan youcan youcan
can adopt adoPtgt aMheory eoOot of government and andthen andthen andthen
then by legislation permanently ourb evils evilsthat evilsthat evilsthat
that flow out of it It Wo Ve think that If In Insurgency Insurgency insurgency ¬
surgency is correct Jt Jt goes to the vital vitalquestion vitalquestionas Ital Italquestlon
question questionas as wo 0 put ft ft t the right of gay government gO gOernment gayernment ¬
ernment to indirectly assist any man in inhis Inbls inhis
his business If the contention of the in insurgent Insurgent insurgent ¬
surgent is right the protection system system1ought systemougbt systemought
ought to go down In other words we weDemocrats weDemocrats weDemocrats
Democrats with our strabismus eyes eyescannot eyescannot eyeecannot
cannot see bow it can be seriously con contended contended contended ¬
tended that a certain amount of money moneycan moneyan i
3 can an lawfully be taken from one man for forthe lorthe or orthe I
the benefit of another while to take a alarger alarger alarger
larger amount becomes wholly unlawful unlawfulWhat unlawtuWhat unlawfulWhat
What have become of Senator Bever Beveridge BeverIdge BovorIdge
idge and Mary of othe the vineclad cottage cottagetho cottagetho cottagethe
tho governor was wasasked wasaskedNow asked askedNow askedNow
Now you ou cannot draw me out on the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter subject but regarding Senator SenatorBeverldge SenatorBeverldse SenatorBeveridgo
Beverldge I may say that the personal personalrelations per personalrelations onal onalrelallonl
relations between him and myself I hope hopeore hopeare hopeare
are entirely agreeable I mean them to tobo tobe tobe
be so and from Clommy my standpoint there Is Isnothing Isnothing Isnothing
nothing between us except th the protection protectiontheory protectiontheory protectiontheory
theory to which he clings But when he hemado hemado hemade
mado the opening speech at the Repub Republican Repub1Ican Republican ¬
lican State convention he declared the theflght theflght thetight
flght was to be between the powers of ofpillage otpll1aC8 ofpillage
pillage and the people peopleAt ptopleAt ptopieAt
At our convention I Insisted that still stillbelieving sunbOllevlng stillbelieving
believing in the doctrine of protection protectionSenator protectionSonator protectionSonator
Sonator Beverldge much to my regret regrethad regrethad regrethad
had put himself between the two firing firinglinos firinglInos tiringlines
linos of the contending armies and must mustnecessarily mustnecessarily mustnecessarily
necessarily be shot either in front or orIn orIn orin
In the rear I think that is i tho only
diagnosis of his misfortune misfortuneIt
It is hardly hard I possible for a man to topractically topractically topractically
practically desert de ort his party and yet ob obtain obtatn ohlain ¬
lain his entire party vote I think Sena Senator Senator Sonatar ¬
tor BeverIdge relied upon Democratic Democraticsupport Democraticsupport Democraticsupport
support and that was not forthcoming
because bECftu e It it was not tho personality of ofBevnridge ofDevnrldge ofBevoridge
Bevnridge that was to be voted upon
but the old protection theory to which whichthf whlcbthE vhichthe
thE Democrats of Indiana are opposed opposedWe opposedWe opposedWe
We carried the State for Tilden against
I
TAILORING TALKS TALKSBY
t BY J FRED GATCHELL j
928 Fourteenth Street
TherVomen Th ivomen folks have a little littledifficulty littledifijcult littlediffictilt
difficulty difijcult in deciding what to give givethe givethe givethe
the men folks in the faniily for forChristmas forChristmas forChristmas
Christmas Its a hard thing to tobuy tobuy tobuy
buy a man m man n something hell appre appreciate appreciMe appreciitte ¬
ciate If he smokes sm kes youll get gethim gethim gethim
him the wrong cigars and andifyo andifyopick if ifyo ifyopick you youPICK
PICK pick him mm oui out sumuuuug somethin to > j wear wearits wearits i vu vuits
its dollars dolla to tacks you y m wont wontstrike wont wontstrike wontstrike
strike it right rightBut rightBut rightBut
But Ill tell you ou < what he will willappreciate willappreciate vill villappreciate
appreciate and thats th ts an order orderfor orderfor orderfor
for a Suit or an Overcqat OvercqatYou OvercqatYoucan You Youcan Youcan
can arrange with us as to the
It and twice for Cleveland and I think thinkwe thinkwe thinkwe
we can carry It any time for a a l tariff rltt for forrevenue torrevonue forrevonue
revonue revenueHave revonueUave revonueHave
Have you heard teaId any mention of Presl Presldontiul Presldontlal Presidential
dontiul candidates for 1912 In Indiana IndianaMnm IndlanaJ IndlanaJIum IndianajMum
Mum Ium as to Presidency PresidencyI PrcslclencT j
II I guess every man In the United UnitedStates UnitedStates unitedStates
States who holds office has been named namedreplied namedre namedreplIed
replied re lIed the governor It seems to be bothe bethe bethe
the favorite sport of his friends to t get a aline Orline aline
line or two two In some newspaper mention mentioning1 montlonIng mentioning ¬
Ing him as a candidate for the Presi Presidency Presidency Presidenoy ¬
dency But It seems too early to me meta metatalk to totalk totalk
talk candidates The American people peoplehave pyoplehave roPlehove
have a a way of changing their her ia 9 so sooften soofte sooften
often oftenThere ofte oftenThere
There are some matters of great In Interest Intere Interest ¬
terest tere t In Indiana that will come before beforethe betorethe beforethe
the next session of the legislature We Wehave Wehave Wehave
have a constitution that permits a for foreigner foreIgner foraigner ¬
eigner who has lived In the United States Statesone Stotesone Statesone
one year and who has declared his In Intontlon Intention Intentlon
tontlon of becoming an American citizen citizento citizento citizento
to voto not only In tho State but In the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general elections The United States Steel SteelCorporation SteelCorporotlon SteelCorporation
Corporation has opened up Gary and for foreigners foreigners foreigflers ¬
eigners are flocking In there by platoons platoonsbrigades platoonsbrigades platoonsbrigades
brigades and divisions They are the theprey theprey theprey
prey Of politics and politicians and andthink andthink L Lthink
think thq result will be a registration rcglstratl registratldYilaw I Ilaw
law in Indiana and perhaps a 0 primary primaryelections prImaryelections primaryelections
elections law I think these must como comoto comoto comato
to pass unless we go further and propose proposean
an amendment to the constitution to bo botaken botaken betaken
taken up at the next legislature legislatureI
I do not know the number of these theseforeigners thosetorclgners theseforeigners
foreigners who have ba e come Into the State Statebut Statebut Statebut
but I do know that more than 2000 of ofthem ofthemoted ofthem
them themoted voted against mo m two years ago In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the fall who had landed at Castle Garden Gardenonly Gardenonly Gardenonly
only the March Mtuch and April before We Wetook Wetook Wetook
took testimony testlmonyand and came on here and andgot andgot andgot
got the names These persons are the theprey theprey theprey
prey of designing politicians This year yearas yearas ear earas
as I understand under tand manyjjlKthem wanted to tovoto tooto tovote
vote oto the Democratic ticket so you see Se It Itis ItIs itis
is not a question of politics but of safe safeguarding safeguarding safeguarding ¬
guarding tho ballot ballotIn bal1dtIn balldtIn
In order to be adopted a constitu constitutional constitutional constitutional ¬
tional amendment amendmont in Indiana must pass passtwo passtwo Us Ustwo
two legislatures and then be ratified by bythe b bthe bythe
the people and it is a a slow process It Ithas Ithas Ithas
has seemed to me that a a sixmonths sixmonthsregistration sixmonthsregistration sixmonthsregistration
registration law ought to enable both po political p0litical pelitical ¬
litical parties to look up these men I Ithink Ithink 1 1think
think It Is 1i pretty bad to allow a man manwho manwho manwho
who has been in America only n year yearto yoarto yearto
to vote whon the chances are that he hadoes hedoes hedoes
does not speak English and It is still stillworse stlnworse stillworse
worse to let men who wh > have not been In Inthe Inthe inthe
the State a year be brought In by tho thopoliticians thopollUclnn9 thepoliticians
politicians from Chicago and the ad adjacent adjacent adjacent ¬
jacent territory and deposit their ballots ballotsIn
In the box The American people are areelastic areelastic areelastic
elastic and our sense of humor lots us usstand usstand usstand
stand lots of things but when it comes to tostuffing tostutllng tostufllng
stuffing ballot boxes too much we draw drawthe dravthe drawthe
the line
Emblems EmbJetp Not ot Needed Ne NeededI ded dedI
1 I am going to torecommend recommend to the legis legislature ¬
lature that the emblems be stricken off offthe ot otthe offthe
the Australian ballot we use u e We have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been using a rooster for the Democratic Democraticemblem Democraticemblem Democraticemblem
emblem and the eagle for the Repub Republican Republican Itopublican ¬
lican This year about the only English Englishmany EngUshmany Englishmany
many of the foreigners understood was wasStampa wnsStampa wasStampa
Stampa de roos while at the last elec election dcc dcction ¬
tion It was Stampa de bird I do not notknow notknow notknow
know whether my recommendation can canbe canbe canbe
be adopted but I believe the man who whogoes whogoes
goes Into a polling place ought to be bosufficiently besufficlentiy besufficiently
sufficiently conversant with the ticket tickethe ticketi tickethe
he is going to vote ote to mark It If he has hasnot hasI hasnot hasnot
not that much interest In politics or that thatmuch thatmuoh thatmuch
much intelligence If he loses a vote he hehasnt hehasnt hehasnt
hasnt lost much muchThen muchTben muchThen
Then In Indiana a man has tho right rightto rfghtto rightto
to say that he does not know how to tomark tomark tomark
mark his ticket and a clerk Is allowed allowedto alloweto allowedto
to accompany him into intotho tho booth It is isan Isan Isan
an easy thing for tho clerk to vote the theman theman theman
man as he pleases give the high sln to tosomebody tosomebody tosomebody
somebody on the outside and get his pay payfor paytor payfor
for so doing This we shall endeavor to tohave tohave tohave
have changed so that no man except exceptone exceptone exceptone
one physically disabled may bo accom accompanied accompanied accotnpanted ¬
panied Into the election booth boothITobnon boothRobaon boothItobson
ITobnon to Deliver Jdare JdareROIr6Stmtativo Address AddressRepresentative tddressRepresentative
Representative Hobspn liobson of Alabama Alabamawill AlrbamawltI Alabamawill
will deliver an address on The war waragainst waragainst waragaInst
against alcohol December 9 at the Y YM YM YM
M C A iL The address will be In connec connection connection connection ¬
tion with the annual meeting mee meetIn of the Na National National National ¬
tional Interchurch Temperance Federa Federation Federation Fedoration ¬
tion
Prizes io o De Conferred ConferredIt
It was as determined at a recent meeting meetingof
of the St Josephs bazaar committed to tohold tohold tohold
hold the grand drawing of prizes In St StJosephs StJosephs StJosephs
Josephs hall next Friday night when a amuslcolo amusIcale amusicale
musIcale will also be given The prizes prizeswill prizeswUl prizeswill
will be conferred by Rev J 3 F Schmitt Schmlttpastor Schmittpnstor Schmittpastor
pastor of tho church Mesdames Rat Ratcllffe RatcUffe Ratcliffe
cllffe Dwler and Ellis and the Misses MissesBresnahan MissesBresnaban llssesBresnahan
Bresnahan and Fralsak had charge of the thevarious thearlous thevarious
various tables
4 A AH k Ep BE B Bl E i g gMARTIN Open ° Pn Until 6 Oclock Evenings EveningsAH EvenIngsMARTIN EveningsMARTIN
MARTIN Says SaysFer
Fer gifts in leather fer men anL an l wimmin wimminTophams wimminTophams wimminTophams
Tophams is alus in the swimmin swimminBE swimminABE swimniinBE
BE is right for the attractiveness and andL andutility andutility
ABE
L utility of leather gifts have long been beenl beenrecognize beenrecognized
l recognized and many shoppers make makei makeour malcestore
S i our store their headquarters for their gift pur purchases purchases purcliaes
chases because of the wonderful variety and andFITTED andFITTED andFITTED
FITTED BAGS BAGS beauty UCtlul < y of U1 our u lines of f leather gifts A few
1000 to 7500 suggestions suggestionsGIFTS suggestionsGIFTS suggestionsGIFTS
GIFTS FOR LADIES GIFTS FOR MEN MENArm MENAnn MENArm
Arm Bags BagsJewel nog Velvet Bags BagsCard Purses PursesPoeketbookn Pur ell Portfolios PortfoliosDexk PortfolioJew PortfoliosJewel
Jewel Jew Cases OnsenToilet Cn Card Canes CanesPurses Co II ell Pocketbook PoeketbooknBill Dexk Sees SetnJewel Set SetToilet SeesToilet
Toilet Cases CasesManicure Purses PursesBeaded I ul1leJl Bill Books BooksCard Jewel Boxes BoxesBr Dox DoxMnnlcure BoxeaMnnicure
Manicure Cases CasesWriting Beaded Bags BagsPhoto Card Cn Cases e eClgflr Br DliIIHlug nlaK Cases CasesShnvhif Cnnerltlug CasesWriting
Writing rltlug Pads PadsCloth Patl Photo Frame Framei irnmea Clgflr Cased COHesShahlJ Shaving Sets SetsTravels Set SetCluth SetsCloth
Cloth Brushes BruHhciTraveling i All1Bultcrs All1BultcrsVacuum Travels Bag Suitcases SuitcasesFitted SuitcnllesTmcUug Suitcasesf
f Traveling Clocks ClocksGlove Vacuum Bottle BottleBrass Fitted BUSH Brief CaNes CONCSCigarette CnHeliGIOTC CaNesGlove
Glove Cases CasesHdkf i Brass Novelties NoveltiesMirrors Cigarette Case Cases Military Brushes BrushesSmokers DrushesI1dkf BrusheslIdkf
Hdkf Cases CasesDesk Mirrors MirrorsSatchels Smokers Seta Set Flanks FlanksMedicine FlftllkNDCII FlnkDesk
Desk Sets SetsiSc Satchels SatchelsiSc Medicine Cases Safety Razors Razorso
iSc c Ac c c iSc c < c Ac c < c c c fce c e t te iteMake teMake t t11ake
Make your selections now we w will set setaside setaside setaside
aside such for a small deposjt on same sameAll sameAll sameAll
All leather goods 1 and over marked or orengraved orengraved orengraved
engraved free during December DecemberTOPHAIVTS DecemberTOPHAMS DecemberT
TOPHAIVTS TOPHAMSOXFORD T 0 P HAMS HAMSOXFORD OXFORD BAGS
4 ft 4 A v L j
121 1 1219 2 21 1 9 F Street SpecIe 475 475Headquarters 4 475Headquarters III
Headquarters for Leather Gifts and Imported Novelties Noveities in Metals 1
price pricehnd and then leave the selec selection selection selection
tion of the pattern to him Well Wellshow Velisliov Vellshow
show him him an ample assortment assortmentthen aSSQrbnentthen assortmentthen
then hell get just j st what he likes likesand likesand likesand
and weH wel take all ll possible pains painsto
to have the garments a credit to toyour toyour toyour
your judgment in giving the or order order order ¬
der on US and a credit to us usas usas usas
as the makers makersThink makersThink makersThink
Think it over ladies I believe believeit beli ve veit
it will 111 strike you as the best so solution so solutionof solutionof
lution lutionof of the Christmas remem remembrance remembrance remembrance ¬
brance problem Its npt Y pt > t un unusual unusual Unusual ¬
usual I get a lot of s sura sui tTf orders orderseverv
everv vear
TO HE CONTINUED OO TINU D
p
RAGE TRACK FUND FUNDLAID FUNDLAID FUNDLAID
LAID TO BELMONT BELMONTWitness BELMONTI BELOTWincss
I Witness in Probe Says Be BeDisbursed HeDisbursed lleDisbursed
Disbursed 8300000 8300000New 300000 300000New
New York Dec 2 2Testltytng Testifying before the theState theI theState
I State legislative committee in the alder aldermanto alderI aldeimanic
manic chamber of tho city hall ha 11 today todayFrank todayFrank todayFrank
I Frank K I Sturetef Sturgis a banker of o S5 3 Broad Broadstreet Broadstreet Broadstreet
street who is I secretary se retnry and treasurer of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Jockey Club since It was formed In In1SW InlSij
1SW and a trustee of the We W Wstcho9ter Wstcho9terRacing < 6sic < sicpcBter sicpcBterRacing oster osterRacing
Racing Association placed lnced the responsi responsibility respontilbUlty responibility ¬
bility of disbursing various sums amount amounting omountIng amountIng ¬
ing to more than 300000 upon August AugustBfilmont Ausustlmont Augustlelmont
Bfilmont lmont Mr Sturgis gave this test teatlmony teston testifony
mony fony on with a certain air of what looked lookedlike lookedlike lookedlike
like satisfaction In doing so and when whenever whenever whenever ¬
ever he mentioned August Belmont as the theone theone theone
one responsible for these the disbursements disbursementshe
b he pronpunced the name with with4crisp with4crispprecIsion 4 crisp crispprecision crispIPreclolon
precision Mr Sturgis was wa on the witness Witness wit witness ¬
ness stand about onu hour hourAmong hourAmong hourAmong
Among the interesting revelations made madeby madeby madeby
by Mr Sturgis after he had Identified Identifiedpayments IdenUnedplimonts Identifledpayments
payments of 40200 made by b Mr Belmont Belmontto
to Edward P Coyne In 1MT made up of oftwo ottwo oftwo
two payments only two months apart apartwas avartwas apartwas
was that Mr Coyne had been recommend recommended recomntndod ¬
ed to Mr 11 Belmont and the racing esso essoi nSlloolatlons associations
i clatlons as an attorney by James W WWadsworlh Wrad8worth WWadsworth
Wadsworlh WadsworlhMention WadsworthMeistions rad8worthMention
Mention Assembly AembI Speaker SpeakerThe SlH SpeakerThe aker akerThe
The elder Wadsworth a member of ofthe otthe ofthe
the committee gasped gaspedNo gaspedNo I INo
No the junior Wadsworth the he speak speaker ¬
er of the assembly responded Sturgis SturglsTho SturgisThe SturgisThe
The last witness of the day was wa John JohnJ
J Evans treasurer of the Metropolitan MetropolitanTurf MetropolitanTurt 1etropolItasTurf
Turf Association He was a reluctant reluctantwitness reluotantwItness reluctantwitness
witness but Interesting Krosel asked askedhim askedhim askedhim
him if it was as his custom during the racing racingeooson racingseason
season 80 S0n daily to attend att md the tracks tracks as aslaor a alayer alayer
layer layerLayer Layer and player responded Evarts Evartslaconically Evai EvaiInconlcall Evals Evalslaconically
I IAnd
laconically laconicallyAnd Inconlcall laconicallyAnd
And what did your association a soolaUon do dopending dopending dopending
pending the passage of the AgnewHart AgnewHartbllir AgnewHartbill
bllir bllirKept bill 1
billKept 1Kept
Kept quiet responded rospon od the witness witnessThe witnessThe 1tncssTho
The morning session was devoted to In Insuranco In8UljlnaO insurnco
suranco 8UljlnaO affairs affairsj affairsWEATEER
I j WEATHER ATHER CONDITIONS CONDITIONSD CON1ITIO CON1ITIOI
u S Dtpt ef Agrlcultnre Weather Bureau BureauWashington BureauWublDlton BureauWuit
I Washington Wuit Friday riday Dee 2 19 19108 8 p Po m mThe mThe mThe
The reoofd of t the kite flight lgbt at Mount IQUlt Weather WeatherTa WeatherYL Weathervs
Ta on Friday showed lMted the absence of temperature temperaturefall temperaturefill temperaturefall
fall bole tho onemile level This condition OO dition coupled coupledwith coopledwith coupledwith
with the ownparatirdy low lo surface temperature was yrasresponsible wasrepoIWble wasrespoesiWe
responsible for the gquraj g era though rery light enovrs enovrsorcr enowaOTS 11OK1 11OK1Oil
orcr Oil Xew ew Ectend EtI = Iand the Middle Atlantic States St t3 and andtio andUto andthe
the Appalachian Appc achJan slope Of as far south as North Caro Carolina Carol Cerafins ¬
fins l where the airfare rmf condiUoas indicated dear dearxvether cl clwHther clearweather
weather Light snows also al continue In the Lake Lakeregion Lakegion LakeregIon
region gion and the North Pacific Paci c rain ara had extended extendedinto CXtendcdJDOO erateededthto
into Nevada and Northern California CaliforniaLow CalifornIALow CaliforniaT4w
Low temperatures persist oier tho eastern half halfof hAltl halfc
of c l the t e country and were especially C6p 1allr marked in the thsSouth theSOIIUt theSOHth
South with freezing temperatures Friday morning in inNorthern inNorthern InNorthern
Northern Florida and along tht > East Gulf Gu1 coast coastin coostIn meatIn
in tho interior int rior West it is warmer as a rule ruleThe MeTho ruleThe
The eastward movement cf f a moderate low area areanow I Inow areanow
now over the Northern orthern Plains States will be at attended ataed attIIed
tended aed by snows and rains that will cover the theLower thoLowtr theLower
Lower Missouri UI5OUr1 and Upper U r Mississippi valleys and andthe andthe sadthe
the Upper Upp r Lake region during Saturday turdar continuing
Sunday SU1da in the latter district and eitendlnjr into intothe Intothe Intothe
the Ohio Valley and the Lower Lake region reon else ekewhere elsewhere elsewhere
where east e t of the Rocky Mountains lI untalM fair weather we ther will willprevail wUlvrevaJl willprevail
prevail Saturday and Sunday except in the thecx thecxtreme ex extreme cxframe ¬
treme Northwest where wh re local lo 1 soowa are probable probableSaturday probAbleSaturdar probableSaturday
Saturday West cf c the Rocky Mountains unsettled unsettledweather unsetUedWflLther umettledweather
weather will 111 continue CO tJnuO with rains over Of 01 the Middle Middleaad Middleand Middleand
and Northern DiStricts DUtricUThe DitricUThe DiStrictsThe
The temperature will rise rls Saturday in the Central Centralvalleys Centnlnl1Q Centralya1ieja
valleys the Lake region and the Gulf States ates and andon anden anden
en Sunday in the Atlantis States They will willbegin willbegin
begin to fall Saturday OTor the Northwest and on onSaturday onScturdY onSaturday I
Saturday night and Sunday in the Missouri and andUpper andUpper andUpper
Upper Mississippi valley and the Western Upper UpperLaka UpperLake UpperLake
Lake Region RegionThe Iteg1onThe ooS ooSThe
The winAs W lIJ along the New England coast will 111 be bemoderate bemodenl8 bemoderate
moderate vest to northwest in si the Middle Auntie AtlsnUacoast Atl1ntlacouto Auntiecoe3t
coast light to moderate west to northwest on the theSouth th thSouth theSouth
South Atlantic coaUt light to moderato north northwesterly northeasterly northwesterly
westerly easterly on the East Gulf coast light northerly northerlyshifting northerlyahiftinz northerlyshifting
shifting to northeast and east on the West Gulf Gulfcoast Gulfrout Gulfcoast
coast light cast to south on the Lower Lakes Lakesmoderate West Westmoderate Lakesmoderate
moderate westerly wee rlr becoming beromJn variable on o the Upper UpperLakes UpperLak UpperLakes
Lakes Lak 9 moderate and variable variableSteamers unableStcwnen rariableSteamers
Steamers departing Saturday for European Euro an ports portswill port portwill portswill
will hare moderato west to northwest winds and andgenerally andI8neraJr andgenerly
generally fair weather w ther to tho Grand Banks BanksNote DankllNote BanksNote
Note The Th display of storm tCrm warnings wamlD on the Great GreatLakes GreatL GreatLakes
Lakes L n will be discontinued for the season at the thetermination thoterminAtion thetermination
termination of December 6 1910 1910Local 1910Locnl 1910Local
Local Temperature TemperatureMldnigW TemperntureMidn TemperatureMidnight
Midnight Midn g1d 31 311 J 2 a m 30 4 a m 29 6 a L m
30 8 a L m rat 33 SJw 531O 10 a m 31 4 Boon OOn 36 r 3 1 p m 36 16
4 1 11 m 3 31 6 p pkr m m 35 8 p m 33 10 p 1 > 0 m mIIIgllest J2 J2Highest 32highest
Highest M lowest lowestRelatire 1OW St SS SSRelative 10flelatira
Relative humldityS a m 47 2 p 1 > m 46 8 p pm pm pni
m 47 4TRainfall 47IWnr 47Rainfall
Rainfall IWnr l 8 p m to 8 p m T Jloun of ma mashine 1Unablne sunshine
shine 84 Per cent of of1JQO possible tb1 sunshine lIun blnc blncfemperaturll S3 S3Temperature 83Temperature
Temperature same date last yearHighest CO COlowest 51lowest 83lowest
lowest 23 23Temperatures 10Temperatures S STemperaturell
Temperatures in Other Cities CltiesuTemperatures ClUe ClUeTcm CitiesTcnpertures
Temperatures Tcm tlrel in other cities together with Ith the theamount theUIlOllnt theamount
amount of rainfall for the twtyfour hours ended endedat CDdedat endedat
at 8 p 1 > m yesterday are a as f611ows f llows
Rain RainMax RainMax RainMax
Max Mil 8pm a 110 m fall fallAsheville fallAsherll1e all allAsherills
Asheville N a 26 18 24 24Atlanta 2tUanta 4 4iuantaGa
Atlanta iuantaGa Uanta Ga 33 22 32 32Atlantic 3 3Atlantic 32AUanUo
Atlantic City N J M 23 23 23Bismarck 29BiAtnlUCk 10Blaniarek
Bismarck N Dale 38 16 28 28Boston 26Boston 25Boston
Boston Mass 28 21 t 30 30Buffalo 30Buffalo 30Buffalo
Buffalo N Y 26 18 2fi 8 012 012ChlolO 012Chicago 12 12Chicago
Chicago Ill 30 24 t 23 23Cincinnati 10Cincinnati s sCincinnati
Cincinnati Ohio 32 3 26 32 32Cheyenne 32Obeyenoo 32Cheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo 53 36 G 43 43Davenport 43Darenport 11 11Danftport
Davenport Iowa 28 2 14 23 23Denver 23DenTer 10Denver
Denver Colo Cob 60 31 62 62Dei 52Dee 63Des
Dee Moines Iowa 30 10 23 23Galveston 10Galveston s sGalreston
Galveston Tex 53 5 42 54 54IIllena 54Ilelem I IHelena
Helena Mont ont 41 4 16 42 43Indianapolis 42Iiidianapolla 42Indianapolis
Indianapolis Ind 32 3 21 t 30 30Jacksonville 30TACkonTiIl 30Jacksonr1lle
Jacksonville Pie 46 28 42 42Kansas 42Kansu 4 4Kansas
Kansas City Mo Io 40 20 34 34Little 31Liltlo 34LlUlo
Little Rock Ark 46 4 2S 40 40Los 4 40IMS
Los Angeles Oil bI 78 56 56Marquette 63 fj fjManuette j jManjuette 1
Marquette Mich 24 22 2 22 Z 0101 0101Memphis 010 010Iemphb 010Memphi
Memphis Tenn 40 24 33 33New 38New
New Orleans La 48 33 43 43New 48NCr 44New I
New York JJ j Y 30 26 6 23 23North 10North J I
North P1 P1aU U Nebr N bl 51 16 40 40Onuha 40Omaha 0 0Omaha
Omaha Nebr 34 18 34 34PItUburg 34littsburg I I IPit6blfg
PItUburg Pa 23 22 2i 010 010Portland 010Portland I
Portland Mo 34 28 28 10Portland 002 002Portland 002Portland
Portland Oreg Or 50 42 50 044 044Salt 044Salt
I
Salt Lake City Utah 43 36 48 43St 48St i
St Louis LaulsSt Mo T > r 34 18 30 30St JO I
St Paul Minn 24 8 24 24San 91San
1
San Francisco Gal 56 68 64 OW OWSpringfield 001Springfield QQ1Springfield
Springfield Ill ll 30 18 30 30Tacoma 30Tacoma
Tacoma Wash ASh 56 52 82Toledo 023 023Toledo 028Toledo I
Toledo Ohio 30 21 21Vicksburg 21Vkkaburg 23 23Vicksburg
Vicksburg Miss Iiss 4G 4 28 12 12Tide 12Tide i iTIde
Tide Table TnbloToday TabloTodar TableTodayHlgh
Today TodayHlgh High tgh tide 9 900 < DO a m and 600 8 p 1 m mtide Low Lowtide Lowtide
tide 317 a m and 311 p Po m mTomorrow inToniorrowIjigh n nToIIlO1ZOWIIlgb
Tomorrow ToIIlO1ZOWIIlgb High tide 833 93 a m and 9HT in p 1 > m mLow mLow mLow
Low tide 327 a a 11 and 313 p 1 > 0 m mCondition mCondition inCondition
Condition of the WaterBlXcfal WaterSpecial Water WaterSpecial
Special to The Washington Herald HeraldHarpers IImIdIIarpen HeraldHarpers
Harpers Ferry W Va Vs Dec t 2Both Both rivers clear clearJ clearJptn j jJapan
Japan J pan each year produces more than thanbushels 260050000 260050000bushels n nbwhek
bushels of ties nearly near 60000000 C or > > OCO pounds of tw awl suitS
S
BOTH MENTIONED MENTIONEDFOR ETIOEDFOR
FOR SUPREME SUPREEBECII SUPREEBECIIJudge BENOH BENOHJudge
Judge Sanborn Swb rn and W D DMcflnglDine DlcH 1 1MdHughDne
McflnglDine MdHughDne lcH ngh DLnevith with Taft TaftOTHEHS TaftOTKERS raftOTHERS
OTHERS CALL AT WHITE W HlTE HOUSE HOUSEJoan HOUSEJoJiaW HOUSEJohn
Joan JoJiaW W V Grlargs Urges rgell Appointment Appointmentof
of New JerseyJMan Jerey1t ant and Delega Delegation DclegaHono flelegatiosi ¬
tion Hono of Westerners Westerilers Present Name Nameof Nameof Nameof
of Judge Pollock PollocllProut Prouty and Lane LaneSlated LalleSlated LaneSlated
Slated for Now Commerce Court CourtPresident COiJrtPresident CoastPresident
President Taft had as ha his luncheon luncheonguests lunQheonguests luneheonguests
guests yesterday yelterdny Judge Walter H HISap Hborn San Sanborn
born of St Paul of th tM United States StatesCircuit StatesCircuit StatesCircuit
Circuit Court and W V D McHugh a alawyer alawyer alawyer
lawyer of Omaha Nebr They havo havobeen havobQ havebQen
been bQ n mentioned as Supreme Court ma material mntoxial nratonal ¬
tonal The former former however Is one of ofthe Ofthe f fthe
the Judges of tho Eighth circuit who par participated partlcJp participated ¬
ticipated tlcJp tcd in the opinion In tho Standard StandardOil Standardoil
Oil case which is now before the Su Supreme Supreme Supromo ¬
preme Court on appeal appealThe cDDe cDDeThe appealThe
The President has told his bl friends that thatho thatho thatho
ho would prefer if possible p Bible to namjumen namjumenfor nam nammen nammenfor men menfor
for the bench who vho had h had nothing to todo t tdo tdo
do with this case It is believed that thatJudge thatJudgo thatJudge
Judge Sanborn was invited to the White WhiteHouse WhIteHouse WhiteHouse
House for the purpose pUrpQ e of advising him himis 111mIn liinrhr
is regard to available Supreme Court ma material materlal matonal ¬
tonal in the Eighth circuit circuitFormer circuItFormer circuitFormer
Former Nebraska Judge JndgMr Jud JudMr JudgeMr
Mr McHugh also comes from the thoEighth theEighth theEighth
Eighth circuit Ho is fiftyone years old oldHe oldHo oldHe
He has practiced law for twentyseven twentysevenyears twentysevenyenrs twentysevenyears
years and was United States district districtjudge dlsU1ctjudgo distrIctjudge
judge for Nebraska from 18SS to 1S97 1S97John 1697John 1197John
John W Grlggs of New Jersey for former tormer formar ¬
mer Attorney Central Gen Ual of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States was another anothercaIler caller ller at the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouso WhiteHouse
House yesterday in regard to Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCQurt SupremeCourt
Court appointments appo ntments Ho urged the ap appointment appointment appointmont ¬
pointment of a a New Jersey man sug suggesting 8Ugsesting suggesting ¬
gesting Chancellor Pitney Chief Justice JusticeGummere JuatlceGummere JusticeGummere
Gummere and Justice Swayze aa three threemen threomen threemen
men from whom the President could couldsafely couldsafely couldsafely
safely make a choice choiceGov cbolceGov choiceGov
Gov Fort Fort of New Jersey arrived arrlve in intown Intown intown
town last night and will urge the selec selection selection solestion ¬
tion of one of Now Jerseys sonsv sons 3OnsA sonsA
A delegation of Westerners headed hooded by bySenator bySenator bySenator
Senator Warner of Missouri and Senator SenatorCurtis SenatorCurtis SenatorCurtis
Curtis of Kansas called c lIed at the White WhiteHouse WhiteIIouse WhiteHouse
House and presented the name of Judge JudgeJohn JudgeJohn JudgeJohn
John C Pollook of the District Dl trlct Court of oftho ofthe ofthe
the Eighth circuit circuitGncnts circuitGuellLJ circuitGuest
Guest nt Theater TheaterJudge TheaterJudge TheaterJudge
Judge Alexander P Humphries of Louis Louisville Louisvilla ¬
villa 1110 Ky and Job Hedges of New York YorkCity YorkClt YorkCity
City Clt were the Presidents guests at the theBelasco theBelasco
Belasco Theater last night nightIndications nIghtIndications nightIndications I
Indications are now that the President Presidentwill Presidentwill Presidentwill
will appoint two members of the Inter Interstate InterI InterIstate Interstate ¬
state Commerce Commission Cd nml88lon Charles A AProuty AProuty AProuty
Prouty of Vermont and Franklin K KLane KLane t tLane
Lane of California to the new Commerce CommerceCourt OommerceCourt CommerceCourt
Court Judgo lugo Prouty and Judgo Lane Laneare Lan Lanare Laneare
are considered among the strongest men menon men menon menon
on the t Interstate Commerce Comlherco Commission CommissionCALL CommhzslonCALL CommissionCALL
CALL ON PRESIDENT TODAY TODAYEttthuAlHstlo TODAYEl1thuluUe TODAYEnthusiastIc
EttthuAlHstlo Californians to Fay FayRespecti PIl PIlRespeht PayRcspets
Respecti Respeht at White Hoiue HoiueA HonacA
I
A score of enthusiastic Californians Callfornlanswhose Calltornlanswhose Californianswhose
whose efforts will mean the winning or orlosing orlosing
I
losing of the Panama exposition will call callat callat callat
at the White House today and pay their theirrespecto theirre theirrespects
respects re pectfJ to President Taft TaftThe TaCtThe TaftThe
The exposition fpo lt1ornvorJtet worker 1vorerconstituto constitute the thflllrst thflllrstlarge first firstlarge firstlarge
large delegation that has been accorded accordedthe accordedthe accordedthe
the hospitality of the Executive Mansion MansionIn
In quite a while It being generally un understood underitood understood ¬
derstood that the pressure of business businesssince businessslnco businesssince
since election has been so great as to tonecessitate toneeessltate tonecessitate
necessitate for the President the protec protection protection protection ¬
tion of his surrounding friends and asso associates assoj assojclat asscdates ¬
dates clat The Californians will be receivedat received receivedat
at 10 oclock this morning morningThe morningTbe morningThe
The entire situation was canvassed dur during durIng during ¬
ing a general conference held yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdaYaCtornoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon in the headquarters assemby assembyroom assembyroom I Iroom
room The men who have assumed the thetask thetask II
task of directing the fight in Washington Washingtonwent Washingtonwent Washingtonwent
went over every ever detail detailSyracuse detailSyracuse
i iSyrnou
Syrnou Syracuse e Lodge Hold Raids Meeting Meeting1Syracuse MeetingSyracuse I
Syracuse S racule Lodge Knights of Pythias Pythiasheld Pythiasheld i ihel
held hel its it regular weekly meeting last night nightat nightat nightat
at Pythian Temple Tompl Routine business businesswas businesswas I
was transacted transactedA
I II I
A goat eats Nt only onl oneeiffhth ai mum u a cow tint tintCircs litgives t
gives Eift more than that proportion of milk j I
I
COATS COATSFor COATSFor AT ATFor
For Little LittleFolks LittleFolksIntants Folks FolksInfants
I
Infants Curly Curly White Bearskin BearskinCoats BearsktnCoats BearskinCoats
Coats doublebreasted style with withturnover withturnoycr withturnover
turnover collarand cufffc cutf cuffaSizes SI 4M QO QOSizes 98
Sizes 2 to 6 years yearsChildrens yearsChildrens l yO yOChildrens
Childrens Black Coats oats of ofcrushed otcrushed ofcrushed
crushed plush and caracul cloth clothDoublebreasted clothDoublebreasted clothDoublebreasted
Doublebreasted style sty e with turn turnover tUrnover turnover ¬
over collar and cuffs GA Q4 4 QG QGSizes 98
Sizes 2 to 6 years > O
W k J SLOANE SLOANEBEGINNING SLOANEBEGINNING SLOANE SLOANEBEGINNING
BEGINNING MONDAY DEC 5 5W 5W 5WJnaugurate
W WJnaugurate WJnaugurateTHE Inaugurate JnaugurateTHE InaugurateTHE
THE MOST IMPORTANT SALE OF OFFine OFFine OFFine
Fine Oriental Orient l Rugs RugsEver
Ever Held in Washington WashingtonAT WashingtonAT WashingtonAT
AT MARKED REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONSFROM REDUCTIONSFROM REDUCTIONSa REDUCTIONSFROM
FROM REGULAR PRICES PRICESAs
a
As originally priced the Rugs in this Sale represented excel excellent excel1et ¬
lent 1 lt values This Sale therefore affords an extraordinary oppor opportunity opportunity opporatunity ¬
tunity to purchase Oriental Rugs of distinctive character chiract r for much muchless muchless muchless
less than their real worth worthThe worthThe worthThe
The variety of weaves and colorings is is s very extensive Prac Practically Practically Practically ¬
tically all sizes from small rugs to large carpets carpetsPrices carpetsPrices carpetsPrices
Prices range JP JPWE from 8 each upwards upwardsWE
WE INVITE A COMPARISON OF OUR VALUES VALUESWITH VALUESWITH VALUESWITH
WITH THOSE OFFERED ANYWHERE ELSE
1414 H STREET N W Phone Main Mai 4909 09
SENATOR TttLMAN TTTTM A N ARRIVES ARRIVESPitchfork ARRIVESPitchfork ARRIVESPitchfork
Pitchfork Statesman Not ot Anxious Anxiousto
to Resume Legislative LC bJnthe Duties DutiesSenator DutleSenator DutiesSenator
Senator Tillman of South Carolina Carolinaaroused Carolinaaroused Carolinaaroused
aroused considerable Interest at the Cap Capitol CapItol CapIto ¬
itol Ito yesterday by his lli unexpected appear appearance appearance appearance ¬
ance He arrived In Washington in the themorning themornIng themorning
morning accompanied by Mrs Tillman Tillmanand TJtlmanand Tiilmanand
and went up to his committee room roomwhere roomwhere roomwhere
where he remained rcm lned for an hour or two twoThe twoTh twoThe
The Th Senator Is not In robust health He Hewill Hew11l Hewill
will remain here only four four or five fiV days daysand daysDnd daysand
and then go back to his farm at Trenton TrentonS
S C CIf CIt CIf
If his health continues favorable the theSenator theSenator theSenator
Senator will return to Washington after afterthe aftertbe afterthe
the holidays holldft s and remain until the end of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the eesslonv The Senator admitted yes yesterday YeJterday yesterday
terday that he did not feel like resum resuming resumIng resuming ¬
ing Congressional work with the same sameIndustry sameIndustry sameindustry
Industry and zeal that he formerly formerlygave formerlybQV8 formerlygave
gave to it itMORAL ItMOR itMOIVAL
MORAL MOR L MEASURES INDORSED INDORSEDReform INDORSEDa INDORSEDReform flThORDReform
a
Reform Bureau ureou Seeks Support Support of ofChurches ofI ofI
I Churches Church a nnd Societies SocietiesThe So SocietiesThe letlel letlelThe
The International Reform Bureau of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which exSenator Henry Henr W Blair is the theactive theactive theactive
active president and Dr Wilbur F FCrafts FCraftsIs Crafta Craftais
is the superintendent has Indorsed Ind rsed and andcommended andcommended andcommended
commended to churches and reform reonn so societies fOcleUes socletles ¬
cieties for support the following pending pendingbills pendJnbills pendingbIlls
bills billsThe billsThe
bIllsThe
The XHHerCorUj Mil tp p remote ernure Federal shield of ofInt oflnurStau atInterState
Int InterState rSUt commerce from Original orl nal packages packagesImported packllgeaImporte psckagealrutxrrtd
Imported into diy terdtoij1 terdtoij1The terrltmrThe territsn territsnThe
The IlnrkottStos bill U prohibit JntoSUte JntoSUtetraBsnissloos 1nUrStatetra Ir4prStatetrsnmlulona
traBsnissloos tra sn aioo of race gambling G1 1bUt1g odd tad bet betThe bEta bEtaThe befaiThe
The Walter Smith bill to prohibit interstate interstatetraneporUUon i laterStatetranepertatlon tate tatetra
traneporUUon tra 6pmation of pW virm rip res and dcariptlcaa dllKriptiO l ot prU prUfigfeU ielae ielaeOghts e etights
i iTh6
tights tightsThe OghtsThe
The Johnston Sunday sat for the th District ta for forbid f fezbid r rbid ¬
bid Sunday toll and traffla Passed by Senate Senatepending Senatevending Senatepending
pending in House HouseThe HleThe BeansThe
The Curtis bill to prohibit saloons looM In Haxrali HaxraliThe Han11The RawailThe
The Clayton bill prohibiting District attorneys a to toengage totJlgQge toengage
engage in J pritate practice practiceTtw prac1leeThe penniesThe
The MeCumbttTirrell bill to forbid f bId Ikjaor selling sellingla selUn selUni saltingIn
la i ships and buildings used u by the government governmentTh l01ernmentThlt governmentTb
Th Thlt FbterGaltain antinarcotic bill te restrain restrainopium restn1nopium restrainoption
opium e
CARDINAL URGES URGESTHE URGESTHE URGESTilE
THE SQUARE DEAL DEALr DEALWants DEALWants DEALWants
r
Wants Corporations to Treat TreatPublic TreatPublic rreatPunlic
Public Fairly Fairl FairlBaltimore FairlyBaltimore j jBaltimore
i
Baltimore Dec 2 2Cardinal CardInal cBbbons < 1bbons in inan inan Inan
an interview today upon the noticeable noticeabletendency noticeabletendency noticeabletendency
tendency of men In charge of some big bigbusiness bigbualn086 bigbusiness
business organizations to deal in absolute absolutefairness absolutefairness absolutefairnass
fairness and apd honesty with the public de declared declared dedared ¬
clared tlrat the country would benefit benefitgreatly benefitgreatl benefitgreatly
greatly greatl If the th proper Christian spirit was wasmanifested wasmanifestedin wasmanifested
manifested manifestedin in the management of all busi business business ¬
ness enterprises great and small smallHe smallHe smalLHe
He believes In the accurate publicity of ofI otthe ofthe
I the affaire of corporations He sola solaThe salaThe B81dThe
The confidence of the people is neces necessary ne necessary < es essary ¬
sary for the th real success of any business businessand businessand businessand
and the surest way wa to gain this confidence confidenceis
is 11 I to deal honestly hon sth tell the absolute truth truthhide truUlhide truthhide
hide nothing and convince the people that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the are getting a square square deal dealThere dealThere dealThere
There is today toda apparent In commer commercial commercial commerold ¬
cial old life Jlf a distressing condition the desire desireto desireto desireto
to avoid payment of honest debts by vari various var varous art artous ¬
ous business subterfuges Some apply for forreceiverships forreceiverships forrecelverships
receiverships some transfer their prop property property property ¬
erty to their wives and others adopt va various vanoes on onrlous ¬
rious noes means to avoid payment x > of their theirdebts theirdebts theirdebts
debts Justice Is a virtue which prompts promptsus
us to pay what we owe to our neighbors neighborsIt
It Is the foundation of social order and andof andot andOf
of business Intercourse For If we ve did didnot didnot didnot
not believe that men had a sense of jus justice justice justice ¬
tice we would have no confidence in their theirIntegrity theirIntegrlt theirintegrity
Integrity integrity and without this confidence confidencecommercial confidencecommercial confidencecommercial
commercial Ufa would be paralyzed paralyzedTruthful paralyzedTruUtul paralyzedTruthful
Truthful publicity of the condition of ofjblg oCbig ofbig
jblg big public service corporations In which whichi whichthousands whichthousands
i thousands upon thousands of worthy peo people people peepie ¬
ple are financially financfaU Interested and of all allcorporations allcorporations allcorporations
corporations is necessary before efOr the full
I Open Until Until9oClock 9 oClock Tonight TonightWpmens I IOLD
IT PAYS TO DL DLSEVENTH OLD 1nnre1fCS
I o oSEVENTH e
SEVENTH AND K eone The D Depniable dable Store StorcW
=
Wpmens W mens Fast Black Seamless Cotton Stockings heavy heavyweight 1 1weIght 1weight
weight for winter wear A A special purchase of 100 dozen dozenpairs dozenpaIrs dozenpairs 8 2C
pairs of socalled seconds of regular 12 1 1334c Y1c c quality
confidence of the people may bd b gained gainedOnce gaInedOnce gainedOnce
Once secured and maintained by the ex exercise exercIse oxercise ¬
ercise of this thl honesty this truly Chris Christian Christian Christian ¬
tian spirit In business it will lead to a asolid asolid asolid
solid foundation in commercial life to togeneral togeneral togeneral
general trust faith and satisfaction satisfactionAllodln satistactlonAlluding satisfactionAlluding
Allodln Alluding to the recent action of some somebig somebig ome omebig
big corporations In publishing accurate accurateand acourateand accurateand
and honest statements he said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The people will welcome general ac action actlon action ¬
tion of this kind by all enterprises In Inwhich tnwhich Inwhich
which they are interested and all oar corporations oorporatlon9 oarporations ¬
porations officials advocating this deserve deservecredit deservecredit deservecredit
credit All honor to the man who who has haspassed haspassed haspassed
passed through te t e periods and battles battlesof battlf9Ot battlesOf
of commercial life with a character un unblemished unblemished nflblemished ¬
blemished such a 0 man is worthy pf our ouresteem ouresteem ouresteem
esteem and veneration venerationFAIR venerntlonFAIR venerationPAIR
FAIR COMES coMES TO CLOSE CIOSEMore CLOSE3lore CLOSEMoreThan
More MoreThan Than GOO GO4 Cleared Cl nred to Pay Ry Ryland Rytana Ityland
>
land 31 1 E Church Debt DebtHeaving DebtIfavlng DebtIaving
Heaving exceeded all expectations peatatlon8 in Infinancial a afinancial afinancial
financial way wa and as a social success the theRyland theRyland theRyland
Ryland 1L L E E Church fair closed Its four fourday fourday fourday
day session last night at Pythian Temple TempleRev TempleRo TempleRev
Rev Ro Benjamin W Meeks pastor had haddirect haddirect haddirect
direct charge of the fair fairMore fllrrore fairMore
More rore than 600 was collected and will willbe mIlbe willbe
be used to help pay off ot the debt incurred incurredIn
In remodeling and repairing the church churchAithe churchAtthE churchAtthe
AtthE reopening tomorrow the church churchwill ehurchwUl churchwill
will be zededlcated and the event made madethe madpthe madethe
the cause cause of a a celebration Special music musicwill musioflU musacyill
will be rendered by an augmented choir choirIn choirrn choirTh
In rn the morning Rev P H Swift D D Dof Dor Dof
of Madison Indl on Avenue M lL E Church of Bal Baltimore Baltimore Ba Batimbre ¬
timore will preach and in tho evening eveningRev eveningRev eveningRev
Rev J W R Sumwalt will address the thscongregation thecongregation thocongregation
congregation The Epworth League will willmeet willmeet Willmeet
meet at 645 In the afternoon afternoonLodge aternoonLoage afternoonLodge
Lodge Elects Officers OfficersAt Oftl OffIersAt ers ersAt
At a meeting of Lebanon Lodge No 7 7Masons TM 7Masons
Masons M S ns last night at New Masonic MasonicTemple MnsanloTemple MasonicTemple
Temple the following officers were elect elected elected elected
ed Blair MacKenzIe W M i Thomas S SiSergeon SSerneon SSergeon
iSergeon Serneon S W Charles S Shreves J JW TV T TW
W V W v W Ludlow secretary W E EAcker EAcker EAcker
Acker treasurer treasurerFollowing treasurerFoll treasurerFollOwing
Following Foll wlnJ the election of officers and andother andother andother
other business a a banquet was held
Whipped Cream CreamCHOCOLATES CreamCHOCOLATES CreamCHOCOLATES
CHOCOLATES CHOCOLATESMade
Made ty b7 Darby Darby20c Darby20c Darby20c
20c a lbTbey lb lbThey
They are arethe the original Whipped WhippedCream WhIppedCream WhippedCream
Cream Chocolates Chocolatesrloh rich chocolate chocolatecoating chocolatecoating chocolatecoating
coating with a delicious whipped whippedcream whippedcream whippedcream
cream center that fairly melts in inyour Inour inyour
your our mouth Special at 20c 20ca 20capound a apound apound
a
pound
Values in Mens HighClass HighClasstt HighClassSUITS HighClassi
i SUITS AND OVERCOATS OVERCOATSToday
I Today we place on sale two o lots of Mens Suits and Overcoats Overcoatsthat OvercoatsI
S
I 1 that present values of unusual moneysaving importance imortance The sale is based on a big bigpurchase bigT
T t stI 1 purchase from an overstocked maker whose product is soloLby sold by the leading clothiers clothiersI clothierstbroughout
tt C I throughout the th vu f country c F untry and ana nd is is noted notca 1 for fW fo correct corre t styling perfect C fit nt P and anti high nign quality qualityI qualIty qualItyworkmanship quaiity quaiityL quaiityworkmanship 1 1I 1C
I
L I workmanship workmanshipI workmanshipWith
I I With winter here in earnest the privilege of buying a new Suit and Overcoat at a aI asaving asaving
I saving of many dollars should appeal to every economically inclined man If you youI youwill youwill
I will investigate the claims we wemake make for your patronage today you will find bigger and andI andbetter andbetter
I better values than offered by any Washington clothier this season seasonMENS seasonMENS I I11ENS
MENS SUITS consisting of worsteds cheviots and cassimeres in all the thefashionable theasblonobl thel thelfashIonable
fashionable designs desllsandcolorlngs and colorings including gray brown slate slat e dark d rk fancy mixtures nov novv no v dl dlelty
v v I I elty effects also allwool winter weight navy blue serges Tailored in the best possible possiblemanner possiblemanner possiblemanner 7 75
manner lined with wJth Venetian or serge Sizes 33 to t > 42 for men m n and 15 to 19 year old sizes sizesj sizestor W Wfor
j f for or young men Values worth 1250 1350 and 1500 Sale price priceMENS prIceW prIceMENS
t 5 W MENS OVERCOATS OVERCOATSCho Choice ce of a large variety vari ty of this seasons most mostapproved mostapproved mostI
I approved styles and fabrics In Overcoats including grays grays olives dark mixtures and fancy fancyweaves fancyweaves fancyweaves
weaves also fine quality black fcerseys ccrseys strictly allwool Choice of velvet cloth or the then thenew i inew
new n ew convertible con verUblo collar Lined with cloth Venetian or serge Sizes 33 to 42 4 Choice of 46 4Gand 46and 9 7 5
and 50 inch lengths len ths Styles suitable s ltable for men and young men Values worth 1500 1650 1650and 1650and 1650t
t and 1500 Sale price priceL
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