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THE WASHINGTON HERAID. WEDNESDAY, EEBRUARY 5. , 1913.
Representatives Burnett and
Sherwood Issue Call for
Omnibuj Measure Scientifically Load
ed and Bill Probably
Will Pu. ,
Repre'entative Burnett of Alabama,
who coon will report a 30,000,000 or more
public buildings bill, and Representative
fcherwood of Ohio, author of the bill at
the last session that added approximately
$50,000,000 a j car to tlio pension budget.
are responsible for a notice Issued jes-
terday asking the Democratic mcmDcrs
of the House to met In an "economy
Messrs Burnett and Sherwood argue
without a smile that appropriations are
rrounting up to enormous figures and
that it is time to call a halt. They are
preaching economy at this time with a
view of defeating, it possible, tne in
corporation of an amendment In the naal
bill authorizing the construction of two
battleships. Despite the efforts of tne
Democratic leaders to Keep the navy out
of politics, the battleship programme is
again to be subjected to the test of a
While tne movement set in motion by
"Icsrs Burnett and feherwood may upset
the plans of the Natal Committee to
rovidc for two battle'hlpa, the humor or
the situation is not lost on the House
membership At the last scasion of
longrcfs Mr Burnett, v. ho throws bis
hat in the air ever time he thinks of
a new public building, raised a crj
affairs' ant addition to the battleship
fleet He insisted that what the countrv
i oeded was public buildings and he ex
I esed alarm oer the extravagant
notion., of those who want to build up
the navv Mr Burnett rallied others of
the pork brigade around his person
a caucus was held and much to the
trJkn of the leaders the party was put
o-IL-cord in opposition to battleships.
' radcra expressed alarm vestcrday when
t!ic Ica-ned that Messrs. Burnett and
I-iiiwikh th "cconomv twins," had
i r- u'alt-d a petition for a caucus that
wo lid be utcil lor th purport, if pos
it' ' oi kio.ins out battleships.
Omnibus lltll I oorie.l.
Mr Burma is acting chairman of the
I'ublic Bu'ldngs Committee, and is pre-Ta-ins
an omnibus public bu'ldings bill
tint Is loaded' with such scientific pre
cision that iven the leaders admit it
would take a nvil war or complications
with a iirt class European power to
I rcvent its passage
On tin. other hind Represeitativ e
fcherwood is said to be convinced that
the laws heretofore passed granting pen
sions hae failed signallj to recognize
nil or those who he believes to be en
t tied to recognition He is said to dis
cern in the battleship programme a subtle
attempt to divert the attention of Con
gress from the work which Mr Sherwood
helieves it was created to do In fact,
both Burnett and bherwood seem to feel
tl.at there is llkelj to be more mono
for public buildings and pensions If the
naw is slighted
Uespite the act! viHcs" of the "small
members, led by Mr Burnett and
Mr bhersrood the House Naval Com-
n lttee is going ahead with its work!
The battleship programme will come up
for a vote in comm ttee Kridav Present
indications are that the committee will
vote in faor of two dreadnoughts, if, in
the meantime, the Democratic caucus
does not pass a resolution to a contrary
effect The date of the ' economv cau
cus ' has not been fixed, but it will
doubtless be held some time this week
faentlment for an authorization for two
battleships has been growing in com
mittee and In the House generall for
manj weeks. This came to the knowl
edge of Messrs Burnett and Sherwood,
-nd accounts for this renewed activity
It la franklj admitted bj members of
the Naval Committee that the "econori
twins maj be able to defeat the two
battlcsliip programme One battleship Is
insured, whatever happens
A1Y AND NAVY
Cautlnned from First Pace.
Watch Mfnintnre Railronds.
Practical illustration of an electric
iiitoniatlc train stopping safel) ap-
liance was given the House Committee
n Interstate and 1 oreign Commerce
csterda at a special bearing The
Rcprcsentativ es thoroughly enjoj ed
hcmselves watching the miniature train
iperated on tin tracks The railroad
as presented bj Dr B F Wooding, of
Denver, Colo, inventor of the safet ap-Dhancc
l.rrecc W ill Be Ills Topic.
I'rof W E. Howell, who spent some
rears as a missionary in Greece, will give
in illustrated lecture at the Washington
Oreign Mission Seminar, at Takoma
"ark, Saturday evening ot "Ancient and
PAID IN SAVINGS
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CORNER 15 AND HSTS.
THE convenient loca
tion of this institu
tion at 15th and H
Streets, the excellent serv
ice rendered, the courte
sies always extended, and
the special facilities pro
vided are four characteris
tic features which account
for our large number of
women patrons. A special
teller is in attendance to
assist them in the transac
tion of their financial affairs.
reflected back from golden epaulets and
burnished steel, ard the sparkle of su
perb Jewelry worn by the many beauti
fully gowned women. The new regula
tion uniforms for official occasions are
very striking, and as effective In apear
ance as the court dress of the diplomats
of other nations.
With military promptness the long line
filed past the President and Mrs. Taft.
and so on through the Red Room, where
they were cautioned not to loiter, because
space had to be made for those following
after, and so many guests promanaded
back and forth In the corridor until the
doors of the state dining room were open
ed, and a. collation was served.
Towards 11 o'clock a section of the Ma
rine Band took up its station in the East
Room, and general dancing began. It is
a custom inaugurated by President Taft,
as is also the habit of serving refresh
ments at state entertainments, and it has
added much to the pleasure and enjoj
ment of hundreds of guests. Before then
a state reception simply meant that those
Invited, after hours of patient standing,
were hurried through one room and then
another; hustled Into the East Room, and
unceremoniously bundled out of the
White House without the least regard to
handsome gowns or inward feelings
Many Gorgeous Uniforms.
Many military and haval attaches of
the different embassies and legations
were present, their gorogous uniforms
lending added brilliancy to the scene.
Superb toilettes were worn by the
w omen, but the great crush of ov er 3,000
1eople prevented their being seen to
Mrs. Taft, for the first time this sea
son, wore white, her handsome gown
being of white charmeuse and white lace
bodice, and she wore a bandeau of dia
monds and a diamond necklace.
Mrs MacVeagh wore a striking cos
tume of pale yellow chiffon brocaded in
gold In the absence of Mrs. Knox,
wife of the Secretary of State, she stood
beside Mrs Taft in the receiving line.
Mrs Stimson wore a handsome gown
of silver white brocade and diamonds.
Mrs. Wlckersham wore a lovely gown
of black crepe meteor with angel sleeves
of black tulle, falling almost to the
Mrs Mevcr wore black brocade velvet
over a petticoat front of white satin,
with bodice draped in white and silver
Mrs Nagel wore a charming gown of
l.'ack velvet in clinging lines, with long
Mrs. Leonard Wood wore a lovely
gown of olive green chiffon velvet trim
med with lace and spangles.
Miss Alice Judson wore a. handsome
gown of pink crepe
Mrs Marlon P. Maus wore a handsome
gown of white satin trimmed in bands
of embroiderers, and lace, and she wore
a dog collar of pearls.
Mrs. Walter Gherardi wore a lovely
gonn of pink brocade velvet.
Wears Diamond Ornaments.
Mrs. David Stuart Gordon wore an ex
quisite gown of opal-tinted brocade cov
ered with rose point lace, and diamond
and opal ornaments
Mrs J. 'William Henry wore a hand
some gown of black velvet with elabo
rate garniture of point lace on the bodice
Mrs. L. K. Norton wore a handsome
gown of black chantllly lace over white
Mrs Thomas Smonds wore a lovely
gown in gray satin trimmed In fur.
Mrs Pierce Crosby wore a handsome
gown of black jetted net and point lace
and diamond ornaments
Mrs William Carroll wore an exquisite
gown of white charmeuse draped with
white lace, and a handsome pearl neck
Mrs Robert Ralston wore a. handsome
gown of pale blue charmeuse trimmed
with steel uas3-menterie.
Mrs. Spencer Cosbj wore a lov cly gown
of raspberri brocade velvet.
Miss Mabel Boardman w ore a handsome
gown of white satin with train of -black
velvet, and narrow drapery of-black vel
vet on the side.
Gown of Gold Brocade.
Mrs Henrj Corbin wore a charming
gown j gold brocade with accessories
of grav net.
Miss Patten wore a handsome gown
of white satin with a bodice of silver
embroidered net, with Inter-lining of
Mrs Edwin Sweet wore a handsome
gown of black jetted crepe meteor.
Miss Sweet wore a loveij gown of pale
yellow charmeuse and gold lace
Sirs Thomas G Patton wore a hand
some gown of black velvet and a sur
plice bodice of steel and sliver em
broidered lace, over black chiffon.
Mrs. William Gordon Crawford wore a
handsome gown of cerese brocade satin.
Miss Louise Roberts wore a charming
pannier gown of light pink taffeta
Mrs Brinton sione wore a handsome
gown of black lace over white silk, and
Miss Hannen wore a lovely gown of
grav charmeuse and old lace
Mrs. Ben Long Edcs wore a charming
gown of black lace over a close skirt of
cream white satin and diamond orna
ments Wears Handsome Gown.
Miss Bessie Edes wore a handsome
gown of dark green chiffon over the same
Mrs Robert Gamble wore a superb
irown of yellow chiffon brocaded In gold
and trimmed with point lace.
Mrs. Joseph Kelton wore a handsome
gown of black and white striped silk,
with a coat of black lace and an antique
Mis Isabel unamoerun wore a lovciy
gown of black tulle, wrfh band?, sash,
and girdle of midnight blue satin.
Mrs. vv. w. vvotnerspoon wore a Deau
tlful gown of white brocade and point
Miss Helen Cannon wore a striking cos
tume of black -velvet, with cut-steel cm-
Miss Le Seure wore a handsome gown
of era, satin and chiffon, and narrow
bands of fur on the skirt
Mrs Poo wore a beautiful gown of
black jetted crepe meteor.
Miss Betti roe wore a cnarmmg cos
tume of pale pink charmeuse and chiffon.
Mrs. Caspar conraa wore a becoming
gown of black cnlnon.
Miss Rosalie waters wore a nanasome
gown of emerald green satin, with rhino
Mrs. E. N. Gillespie, or Pittsburg. Pa,.
wore a lovely gown oi ngni oiue cnar-
Sirs. ntnonr Present.
Mrs. Charles B. Anthony wore a strik
ing costume of pale blue and silver bro
cade and point lace and superb diamond
Miss Katherine Andrews looked charm
ing In white chiffon
Miss Emily Battles wore a nanasome
gown of black lace.
Mrs. Franks Andrews wore a stunning
gown of silver embroidered tulle over
black satin, with necklace and corsage
ornaments of diamonds.
Miss Caroline Longnecker wore a
charming gown of light blue chiffon.
Mrs. James J. Montague wore a strik
ing costume of mauve chiffon, brocaded
In same tone -velvet, and antique pearl
Mrs. Lamson wore a handsome gown ot
white and silver brocade and point lace.
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If you don't chew your food
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chewing dainty supplies it.
So if you must swallow food hastily, let
this mint flavored morsel give refreshing,
improving relief to your poor, tijred
digestion. Let it steadily improve your
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It costs Icm of any dealeroad stays fresh until used.
Look for the spear
some gown of black lace opening over
white satin In new and smart lines
Mrs Beekman Wlnthrop wore a lovely
gown of black velv ct and point lace
Mrs. Robert Shaw Oliver wore a very
handsome gown of black velvet and rose
point lace and diamond ornaments
Miss Marion Oliver wore a striking
gown of pale jellow satin cut with point
Miss SvIvU wilder wore a handsome
gown of pale pink satin
MlJs Jane Hunter wore a lovciy gown
of pink charmeuse and chiffon and passe
Owing to the large number of guests
to be received, the informal dancing was
limited to about half an hour, when the
Marine Band gave the signal for retiring
bv plaving "Home, Sweet Home, and
the much-applauded "Auld Lang Syne "
Congress in Brief.
The Senate deadlocked again on the
Taft nominations and the Democrats,
after successfully, filibustering for an
hour, forced an adjournment. The Re
publicans refused to come out of execu
tive session and proceed with regular
business No nominations were con
firmed The Senate passed the Norris bill, per
mitting the government to seize the Im
ported goods of foreign companies
against whom proceedings have been
brought for violating the Sherman anti
An effort was made by Senator Bran-
degee of Connecticut to get a unanimous
consent agreement for the consideration
of the Windsor lock-dam bill on the
Senator Borah of Idaho, declaring that
this bill involves the national policy ot
conservation of water power sites, ob
jected, and the Connecticut Senator then
announced that unless Chairman Bur
ton, of the Commerce Committee, took
action to-day. he would move the con
sideration ot the measure.
Senators Chilton and Watson of West
Virginia filed with the Committee on
Privileges and Elections their answer to
the charges that they bad fraudulently
obtained their seats. They denied the
allegations in the petition now being
considered by the committee and claim
ed that the charges grew out or a
"framed up" case of bribery.
A score of women appeared before the
District of Columbia Committee to op
pose the La Follette eight-hour work
day bill for working women In .the Dis
trict. The women declared that In
many cases they would prefer longer
hours with their- present pay than shor
tert hours and less pay.
Senator Brandegee, chairman of the
Committee on Interoceanlc Canals, an
nounced that on Friday the committee
would consider the Root bill repealing
that section of the Panama Canal law
exempting coastwise vessels from "the
payment of totteC It Is indieated that
the commltteec will act favorably on
this bill. ' ""
The House spent its time entirely In
Mrs. Henry Wells wore a. very hand- consideration of Ntbe-District appropruv-
tlon bill, meeting at 10 M o'clock and
being In session until evening .V par
liamentary snag was struck late In the
da when Chairman Roddenberry. of the
Committee of the Whole, having sus
tained a point of order against an item
of the District MIL the committee over
turned the chair's ruling and a point of
no quorum was made
Members vere hustled from their of
fices and from various parts ot the city
to the House chamber. On motion of
Representative Burleson ot Texas to ad
journ the vote was 111 noes and S3 yeas.
The House then resumed consideration
ot the District bill, and a further dis
cussion of the parliamentary situation
The Wajs and Means Committee con
tinued In executive session its plans for
tariff rev Islon The House Judiciary Com
mittee further considered the antl-liqnor
bill, designed to prevent the Interstate
shipment ot liquor Into dry territory.
The Military Affairs Committee reported
favorably a resolution directing that sev
eral acres of the Fort Mcllenry Reserva
tion, In Baltimore, be set aside for an
Secretary of the Interior Fisher, ap
pearing before the Territories Commit
tee, voiced apposition to the Alaska coal
land claims bill Introduced by Delegate
Wlckersham of Alaska.
Representative Clajton of Alabama In
troduced a bill to authorize national
banks to loan money on real estate se
curity -whenever those banks are located
in cities of less than 00,000 population.
TALES ON BARGE CAHAL.
State Engineer John
Aew York, Lectures Here.
State Engineer John A. BenseL of New
York, told tho member of the Washing-"
ton Society of Engineers, at Continental
Hall last night, ail about New York
(101.000,000 barge canal. Mr. BenseL Illus
trated his talk, using moving pictures
which were taken along the route ot tie
canal. In his comparison of the barge,
canal with tho Panama canal, Mr. Ben
sel said that In some respects New Yozlk's
waterway outranks the Isthmian Canal
as an engineering feat.
"In this comparison." said Mr. BanseL
"it Is Interesting to notice that whll the
total quantities of construction Kenia on
the barge canal are equal, to abcut Ciree
qjartera.of those on the Panama Canal.
the barge canal. Including terminals. Is be
ing built for. little more than onw-thlnl
the cost of the Panama Canal, and. fur
thermore, that 9,000,000 are paring for
New. Ycrk's canal, while the cost of the
government canal is distributed '(among
90,000.000 people, including the 5.0XJMO who
are paying for all of one canal and their
proportionate share of.the other."
.Archbishop See. President. -
Archbishop Ireland, of St Paul. Minn.,
accompanied by Bishops O'Gorman and
McQulrick, called on President Taft yes
terday. . T. Car. Costi1t.
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