THE WASHINGTON HERALD. THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1913.
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"PINK TEA" DISGUSTS
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ms v 4' or 1 1 ht. n- riaces
-:: It i lurm tunes that you
Drills Dally "t the
An insurgent movement In the ranks
threatens to Import British methods for
tile prosecution or the votes for wom
en fight In this country.
Some dissatisfied members, -who"" feci
thnt "Gen " Rosalie Jones and her band
of "hikers"' were not treated just right
by the officers of tho national associa
tion. hae banded together and formed
te ititlvn plans for holding a separate
intlon il convention in Mav. Thev sav
th are tired of "pink tea" methods. I
and want to got out and fight.
The new orgat.'zatlon will be formed
under the auspices of the Mississippi
valley suffrage association, which
eludes all organizations in the Central
Wet and Southern States There will
hrt delegations from the other organiza
tions which object to the tame methods
now emplojcd Tho regular national
organization Is to bo ignored
Whether the new suffrage association
will resort to the convincing brick and
battle-ax to persuade the. men-folk" of
tho country of woman's fitness for tho
ballot has not Iwn iletlnitily stated
Several hundred suffragists who were
here for the pageant, und who were par
ticularly riled by the rough usage Riven
them at the hinds of the rrnwds Mon
dav. am In favor of maklnR the new
organization as militant as rosslble.
Col. Craft Wnnts right.
Col Ida Cr.ift. one of the "hikers."
vetcrdiv announced thnt the members
of the new organization would go out
and tlRht wherever men could be found
obdurate, to the "cause" Tho dissatts
ned women say that if the men must
have .1 revolution to become convinced
that women are in earnott. then the
sooner tho revolution Is nstil the
iHf -fvY nasBBBBBBBBBi
MJ. CKVl LEOXiRD -WOOD.
WOOD MAY SUCCEED
HIMSELF AS CHIEF
Belief Prevails that the Former
Rough Rider Will Be Re
appointed. Maj Gen. Leonard Wood will be re
appointed Chief of Staff of the Army to
succeed himself for two moro v,tars. in
the belief of armv officers here.
HU term of office concluded jestcrdnv.
but his" reappointment may not bo made
for several dajs Despite tho objections
which certain members of ConRress have
to Gen Wood, it Is trtatcd that he h ts
fcufliiient support in the Wilson adminis
tration to nnke another term certain.
COUNTING HERALD VOTES
KERN IS NAMED
Martin's Mantle Falls Upon
Hoosier, Who Will Steer
TILLMAN MAKES TALK
South Carolinian, Once "Pitchfork
Ben," Now "Reactionary," Will Get
nf Our Crent
JOHN PAUL JONES,
pt at the 'Nnvnl Academy
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Mim of the out-of-town suffragit.
bulling over with scorn and Indignation
at the Insults and taunts that they had
MirfVrcd at the hands of rowdies-, swore
aliegiinoe to the new orRanlzation, and
went horn. preparl to comp.te with
their English sifters for the honors of
m.il.niR men mi-er.iblo until they Rrant
worn, n the ballot
The letter carried bv Gen Rosalie
Jones to Wellington, which, nt the di
re, tion of the officers 'of the national
organization wis delivered into the
hinds of Mls Alice Paul miv never
rt uli President Wilson Gen Jones has
lot all interest in the lettt r hhe mint
hive an thing more to do with it Mis
Paul sii "die h-" nothlnc to do with It
MONEY RAISED QUICKLY.
Takes In J7SO n
st thine Tor miklnc the
s a small application of
proters tell sou other
t as Rood," smllt at thorn
The pride th it Representative
Rlitz of Illinois feels for ills home cltv.
Cat fct Iiuls. was increased vestenlav
hv a t. ICRnni thit told of a record
madt there when toe sum of C.rrt was
raised in an hour
This monev ih for an advertisini; cam
paiRn to make known the industrial ad-vant.iRi-
that Kat St rouis .I.ilms to
bol.l out The banks subscribed JI.ViO
ei h and the pub'lf utllitj orpnrutions
from 1 AJ to $-Y each, atcordlns to
the tt .gram
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V f FJ'am 53 1311 IVUv St r
Wn II ban ?- II i 3rd Plv l'
Dozen Qerks Are
Getting Them in
The huMe't peopli In a-hlnRton are
the dozen emploes couutinR tho ballots
In The Washington Herild's contest,
which was closed February l"1
At The WashinRton Heralds eontest
he.idqinrters.Tll Thlrti enth Street North
west, the twelve pcr-on. under protier
and careful direction, are RoitiR hteadilv
forward with the work, which naturallv
is urduous for inanv. manv thousands
of votes were cast. V verv tematfc
plan of countlnR has been adopted and a
vilt to the contest headquarters nil
show' how expeditiously a trenicndou
tak can be done when It Is Rone at in
the riRht vvav
The count is ilrcaflv beinp iro'ten into
m h slnpe that the result
be announced tn a tew e!ij-. thoiiRii tne
date of the announcement or the results
has not been definite ly set.
'Ihe decll..iis as to the awards will
be .itinoune ed bv 'Ihe Her lid at S'sm as
flllll decisions are tab dated
"UNCLE JOE" IS BUSY.
"I nele Joe' Cannon vlflt.-d the Slit
Department JcMerdav and caused a mil
shiver to ikiss down the Iruks of . p
lonuts at the unconventional minn. li
(h he addressed Third ssstant .-. t
retery of State Chindltr Hale
After InnulriiiR after the Secrrtarv
father the former peaker said Giv.
him mv rrpanls und tell him I havi
been too d busv t . e lilm .
rctarv Hales fither is former senate
Uugenc Hale of Jlaine.
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VVasliiiton P I Hftneslae Marrli 5 IJ13.
The Hatu xlJeU nai rrrprt 1 in Hie N.tlint
Tiie-da ruaht is nKnlne niMil ntwanl anrt
while th ositrr iv now evrr the nnrthrrn like
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frllewol trt a e4.I eeaee tie trmi-ratiire in tie
nnr vliWvitsi Vallrv Nile iinAliIeraWT NIot
the vavinal normil Tie wrallwr -a elean-d 11
the ha.ttni stte ani fair weather lias prevailed
pTrrally thns fheut Ihe fvwitli
Alidnulit 43 3 a m . 4" 4 1 m 41 S 1 m
43 in a m , 47 13 ik-d, 47 3 r m (4 I ie n ,
II 6 p m 4) rv n . li I) p ra t. Ill.-iest,
SI lowest 41
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8 pm. V. rainfall ( p m t. ! p ml n.uie,
lifFirs ef ein.hne 115 f-r cent e' pibc Min
ahme 10 0
Temprratnrea In Other Cities.
Trrrppratt rrs In other cities. trtther with ths
mount of rainfall for tiie twentt four boura cnd at
I p. m jeaUrclar. ate aa fo'lowa.
Senator John Worth Kern of Indiana
was elected chairman of the Democratic
caucus yesterday, succeeding Senator
Thomas F Martin of Virginia, who
withdrew- from the race a few days ago.
when It became apparent that he could
not win. Senator Francis 43. Newlands
of Nevada was chosen vice chairmrfh,
and Senator Wlllard Saulsburr of Dela
ware was elected fiecretary. Tho caucus
was harmonious Senator Kern was au
thorized to appoint a steerlns committee
of nine members, of which he is to he
le ex officio chairman He will name
lis committee to-morrow, following
hlch the comrrtlttee will begin the work
f assigning Democrats to committee
Senator Tillman of South Carolina read
statement in the caucus. In which he
intimated that he would expect to be
madei chairman of the Appropriations
Committee, to which he Is entitled under
the seniority rule He declared that he
would also request the right to name at
least two new members of the Senate
to serve on that committee to aid him
In the heavy work
Senator Tillman declared that he had
been dubbeel a ' reactionary" res-ently.
althouKh when he rame to Washington
eighteen vears auo he was so ultra radi
cal In ids feelings and utterances that
he wns shunned bv many as the "Will
Man from Romeo."
"I wis almost rcgarde-d as in an
nrchlst." said he "The peoplo have
caught up. and some of then who were
then lagging behind and pulling back
are now leading the procession, or trying
to do so It is now fashionable to be
progressive, whatever that mav lie I
have not changed at nil. T am simply A
Democrat tlil. as I have nlwavs been,
and believe religiously In the principles
of Democrarv as enunciated at Balti
more t.enilerahlp Mast lie Won.
Senator Tillman told the caucus that
leadership In the Senate could not be
conferred upon anv one bj ei vote of the
members of tho Senate He SHid that
It must be won on tho floor, and that
man who aspired to leadership must
demonstrate his ability a debater, his
foresight and acumen as a lender, his
generalship as n manager, and his rapac
ity to enlist the support of his fellow -enitors
He said that the complexion
of the Senate committees would deter
mine in large pert whither the Wilson
Bdmlnlstration is to lie a success, and
Insisted that no one man be allowed to
nime the committees or piece men on
"There ins been no reel leader in
Semite on the Democratic side In my
time. ' said Senator Tillman "Ilalley
had the nhllitv- and knowleelg- of public
matters, but his Infirmities of temper
nnd lack of tact miele his leadership
thinkable to some men Then envy and
Jealousv were at work, too.
Senator Kern lce.Ilncd last night to ms-
rus the personnel of the steering com'
nuttee that he will nppolnt It Is under
stood, however, that Senitor Martin, the
eleposed chairman, will be given a pla'
on the committee in the hope of con
ciliating him It is probable that Son-
Clarke of Arkansas, another of Hi
lied conservatives, will be rece.g-
nlzed on the steering committee Most
other members will come from
the ranks of the so-e tiled progressives
nni the new members will be given rec
ognition The steering committee will act as a
committee on committees, and the com
plexion of the majorlt membership on
all of the import-vnt committees will be
fixed hv it. subject to the approval of
FAIB DEMOCRATS MINGLE.
Odd Song Hit at.
William J. Dooley Presents Vaude
ville Surprise to Washington.
The New York song hit. "Why Did You
Make Me Carer' of which so much has
been written recently. Is being- suns: this
week In Washington at Chase's Theater
in true, artlstio stylo. It Is introduced
In the "Lawn Party," the latest travesty
by William J. Dooley, the uproariously
funny comedian, who plays tho Village
Sheriff. Of course, Mr. Dooley does not
sing the song, because It Is one of those
sad, sentimental affairs that brings a.
tear rather than a laugh; but "Billy J."
leads out one of the real novelties of
the hour In a demure, pretty llttlo miss,
who makes up as Lillian Itussell. Here
is a portion of tho song she sings:
Why Did You Make Mc Care?
By Auuo Solmah.
Why did you mile mi
i Si p.
Why bring me dreuu
- ilJ- -.J " r 3
told mc that sweetheart shoalii nerT pirtThca
v why do you leave me and break my heart?
I 9 1. . , , ,
TOirthould we meet no more
J1 J p I
' b 1 In -,111.
Wky can't we lore as be-fore.... The
SyyasiM ajrtaal J MefTli MailaU.
Thern nre a number of remarkably
clever oung folks In the "Lawn Party,"
all In personifications of noted stage celeb
rities even to Dave Garfield and the
way Comedian Dooley has coached the
little star to ring this "Why Did You
Mako Me Care?' sung is ccrtainlv one
f the greatest treats that struck Wash
ington's vaudeville house in the hl'tory
of modern refinements
WICKERSHAM LEAVES CAPITAL.
ttorney Grnrral Tarns Over Of
fice tn Ills Snrceaior.
Attorney General WIckersham left
Washington jesterdiy for New Tork.
after turning his olllce over to his suc
cessor. James R. McKeynolds. Mr. WIck
ersham gave to the new Attorney Gen
eral a mass of Government litigation re
eiulrlng his immediate attention.
Mr. WUkersham will leave New York
Saturday for San Francisco, where, with
his wife and three friends, thev will
board the steamship Cleveland and start
on their world tour
No other changes In the; personnel of
tho staff of th. Department of Justice
were made jesterda. Init the resigna
tions of thn principal of the assistant
attorncjswere handed to.Mr.McRejnolds
James II Fowler, the trust buster or
the past administration, will hold his of
fice for the next few weeks to assist his
successor and acquaint him with tin
office duties beforn leaving for his home
In KnoxvlIIe. Tenn., where he will prac.'
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The Woman's National Democratic
league, of which Mrs Steven II Aires,
of New ork. is president, wts at horn
to a large number of v lsiting Democratic
vomen jesterday at the leagues he
qutrters. 1713 I Street Northwest. Mrs.
Avres was assisted In receiving by Mrs.
firarc Porter Hopkins. Held secretary of
the league. Mi's Nannie Itindolph Heth.
Miss Row Fairfax, and Miss Mannlc M
Dr F H Newell, director of the nec-
lamitinn Service, lectured on the recla
mation of the arid West
Other lectures to he delivered at the
league's headquarters at 11 o'clock every
dnv for the rest of tho week are: To-day.
"Safetv Devices and the Protection of
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of the Rureau of Mines: Fridav. "The
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Commissioner of Labor.
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CASTRO LEAVES CITY.
William II dements. 40 of Rarannah Ha.
Ldna Collini Pate. 3 Her l.corsr W Smith.
James F Mrfeulnn. i. of 1 nwrrllle. V a and
Mamie M. Hnulr. C3 of MuLham, a Iter. James
Oiirle F. Creswtll. II and CTatlrtte O Co ton.
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T. Stone. 3, and Minnie Lee. a
H A Dnrer. 3, and lloii Fowler. 1
W. Wilson, a and Ethel MeOellan. Y.
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Clpriano Castro, the expatriated for
mer President of Venezuela, whose ad
misIon to this country was fought tooth
and nail by Secretary Nagel. and who
had the honor of being entertained by
Gov. Sulzcr, of New 1ork. while tho
proceedings against him were in progress,
left for New York esterdav morning,
after spending two dajs in Washington
seeing tho sights and the inauguration
While in this city he made his home
at the Bcllevue. where he attracted the
attention of the guests by reason of the
great notoriety attaching to him as well
s his diminutive size.
He informed the attaches of the hotel
pni cthrs with whom he came In con-
? tuat he had enlojed his stay In
IVV. irigton nnd that he would return
. ? ..''in Hie near future.
Vtdgaat nnd Murphy Matched.
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American Druggists' Fire Insurance
Company of Cincinnati, Ohio,
Oa the Slrt elar nf DeremVr 19A at required un
der th. Iert of tVilumbia Code, amended
June 3). 13C. and Anjust IS 19'X.
Csr4tal stork J30.Tftl
Cental tort pud up. in rash 203 (TO 00
CaWt in ntfrr ., .M... .. SeT-.J
Cash in hunk . . . 13 SCO
stocks an.1 hnti.ls (nuerket value) SOT 13
Premhics uneIIerted and in hands ef
jents . 1JC4J
Itt'ercvt due ajul anied... 4 14 53
A 1 other awrta: (1ann aolnst rrlnsunne
cemrany paid for fire los 4 !2
Net unjild claims .
K . us as rrnnired bv law ..... .
Sa!anesL rents, expenses, taxes. Ac .
Coennuslen. broleri. Ac..... ....
CaWtal stork .
.. I CS It
Anotmt of rick asimned and diancter rt
puslnes-s transacted duncj th. year
"is uoeajso oi
losses sustained durlna- the year 1T2. . 41 027 43
Money receired dnrlrx the year 19Q. . ICC 9u5 03
LxTnded durinff the year 1912. . 1195? 17
PICAS H.AVFBY President
FRAVK H FBFERIOV5. Secretarr
Subscribed and sieem t hefere me this 30th day
of January, 1913. DWlGHT 8. MERFIEU.
(Seal) Notary l"uNic.
I AD VIM The Sewing
laAlXlYUl, Machine Man.
Will repair jour sewing machine
properly, no matter what make,
bend postal, or phone M-3233.
COHNH.Il 3U AND II STS. X. W.
VIJ. ItL.sINLt.-. WniTTES
ST.TE11E.T OK THE CODITIOX
The Prudential Insurance Company
of America, of Newark, N. J.
On the 3W day of Llerembrr. 1912 aa required undT
the IMsTict of CotomNa Code, amended Juno 3d.
1912. and AiMt la. 111.
Capital rtcrk RCXOtrrioJ
Capital stock raid . in cash. ioaxWOO
Osh In ofTie
Cah in banks and trust companies ....
Krt esute . ...
Heal esUte nucleates (first lien)
Storks and bxids (market value)
Collateral kttn ."
lYrmlumi uncollected and premiums
Intcrot snd rents dae and accrued... ..
Alt o4her assets; loans on comrany'a
t 43.424 03
PILES C7t7RED ITtT TO 14 DATS.
Tour dniaxlet will refund money If PAZO OINT
' hleedtcs or protrudics piles la f to li daja. Ma
John T. T. ami Martha E. Walker, hoy.
Ixlward A. and Elizabeth A. nmitb. bor.
John V. and Elizabeth M. Mulluran. fc-irL
William C. and Bouiah V. Killinccr, boy.
Thomsa J. and Mary E. Hoy. cirl.
Frederick Dec. and Oertnide Faust, eirl.
Anthony and Theodora M Cioffl boy.
rVancii S. and Mary B Baxter, bor.
Archibald and Pauline Brawner. air!.
Jcfan II. and Jocepnino BroaAa, kUI-
T T7aire tTUBStipalloa,
Don't dose the system with a. lot nf elan.
serous habit-forming drugs. Physicians
everywhere are now prescrlblna; HotTa
Lemon Seldlltz, the cood-taaUns seidlitl
rewder. All drugglau itU IL
Much 6, mi,
NOTICE Is IIKIIUtT GIVES TH T O.V TUB
tlitrts first day f .Mirch 1313. "Kill expire all
licences crantnl bj tlie .Vwswr oT the District
t Columbia to jttvlvilm and ixnduco (Inters
tridinc t Iirse- SaUiI hcenies mutt be prwnpUy
renewed bj all mdi nerwo de-Jrliyr tn continue
bswneM after that date WILLI M r RICH
AltPS. s-wMnr. l V mh6 T8.10.IJ. H
MAVI SCIENCE OP HEALTH. FREE LEO-
ture for women, Wed. J I". m. Natural, i-ion-turciral,
cloth bcucd book fire, 91$ Colorado Bid.
MILLER'S . .
E7At yo-ur grocrr'a, No cowuroeri surpUed.
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO..
Wholelers. 11th and M St. s. K.
Ot Erery DecripUoo-SIclerately IMctd.
ruacral Daatfx JVaneral DeaUma.
Net rmraiid claims oo policies. 51.27i73.74
rteerrn as reiulred by law. IndudlSi
srrcial reserte 23JS8J420O
Uirideslda to poltcynoldera aeeiarea. out
not yet due, payable In U13. 5.133.71300
AprJwtirsied to 'he credit of rartiaraUns
polieiea as a class, payable after 1313..
Salaries, rents, eipenies. tales, ic
Commissions brokerage. e
Cash dividends to roHcyholders remain
All other liabilities
Total ' J3l.TTWS5.0S
Amount of rlk assumed and character ef
business transacted (written) durinc
the year 1912 Life .4i:.!Wt
Annuities written durlm the year rerre-
sentlnf in annual pajments 40 S3 S3
Loeves raid dunnj the year 1912 In
cledipa; matured endowments and an
nuilies . ... 20!35.S2S.2
Money received dunrj the year 1313
(total Inonene) SSZ1JTOSI
Exreoded dnnni Ihe year 1JU (total
JOHN' K C.omX k rresideiit,
WltXARD I. HAMILTON-. Secretary,
bubvribrd and sworn to before me this 3d day
of March. 1912
(Seal) JUtlN vv. HALilU,
Notify Public of Neer Jersey.
TtTEME.NT OK TIIE CONDITIO.V
Casualty Company of America In
surance Company, of New York,
On the Kt day of December 112 a myiired un
der the niatnet of Columbia (."ode. amended
June 33 13C2 and August . 1311
Capital stork STSOtvrjfO
Capital Mock paid up. in cash 750OX(O
Cah in e"re 1'J.SC ?
Cash In bank ...... ZMfetsi
Real estate mortgages (first lien) 4S.00CM
Stocks and bonds (market yalue) l.S,8'9fri
ITemlnms uncollected and In hands of
Net unpaid elaiirs atrBM
Reerre as reqnurel by law. 3,057 20 TJ
Reinsurance rremlums 23 731 14
Balance, rents, cxicn.es. taxes, die .... 2,0roro
Communions, brrkenege Ac ... ... .. loveftgii
Capital stock and surplus 97S.iW,"a
bcrety court bond collateral 3fA,92
l.mv,IN- w Dt. LEOV. rresiient.
J E. CE.NNELLY. becreUry
Subscribed and sworn to before me thte 2sth clay
of February, lrj. J4.S. II IICOHE
(eal.) Notary Fuhlie. New York County
Interest diM and accrued
Reinsurance due from ether csnoanie....
Workmen's compensation beiremn
DANIEL. DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
Washington. D. C. March 3. 1911 In
formation has been received at this De
partment from Alban G. Snder. Ameri
can Consul-General at Panama. Panama,
of the death, on January 18. 1913, at Pan
ama. Panama, of fJcorge Daniel (colored),
an American citlicn. The legal repre
sentaUves of the deceased can obtain
further Information by applying to this
Department. Per dispatch No. 1ST, dated
February IS, 1913.
KER-On Wednesday. March 5, 1911 at
6 a. m., at Highlands. N. C. RO
BERTA W.. only daughter of Mr.
and Mrs William Ker. at T Melroo
Street. Chevy Chase. Md.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
SUTHERf.IN On Tuesday. March 4. 1113,
at 4 o'clock P. m.. SfARY EL.IZA-
hktii. wue 01 James sutherlln. aged
Funeral from chapel of Frank Geler's'
Sons. 1113 Seventh Streets Northwest,
on Friday. March 7. at 11 o clock a.
m. Interment (private) at Glenn 00 i
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION IK ACCOOTtT
aney. Practical weak ewpetially adapted to ssta
CBPloyed. &-pag tmllctiD. Oil or address. Director
rt Edixaflcm. X. M. O. A.. 17J4 G St.. WaatUnitoa.
MRS. EMILY PRECH BARNES
MS aQrntUa St. sa, Uocota ITSa. .
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
301 EAST CAPITOL BT.
ataMIShed IsC. CHA3. S. ZURIlOBaT. Mfr.
J. WILLIAM LEE. Faaeral Dlrwtrto
and Embalmer. Lirery tn connectioo. fJomnxodicsua
CThapel and Modem Crematorium. Modest rrvora.
332 renntylTanla Ave, pw. Taiephon. Main 1313.
largest Morning Circulation.
i Detroit Mich., on receipt ef price.
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