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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, FRIDAY, HAY 8, 1914.
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THE MAN'S STPBE-Official Weather Report-Showers'
J Big Rush for Straw Hats! I
f- .' The selling of Straws developed into a regular rush I
I vesterday. Now that the warm weather has come, you'll I
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see trie greatest
Thousands of Straw Hats' at
Three Big Bargain Prices
34 and 53.50
Selling More and More of Our
$30 Tariff Special Suits
The more you know about these Suits the better
you'll like them and the more we'll sell. Nothing any
where that can hold a candle to the quality or value.
Money's Worth or Money Back.
D. J. KAUFMAN
1005-1007- Pa. Ave.
Washington news scarce in vera cruz,
says joseph p. annin, the herald's man
The following personal letter from
Joseph P. Annin, the Washington
Herald's special correspondent with the
United States forces at Vera Cruz,
throns an Interesting light on life in
the Mexican citv, under American occu
pation. "Vera Cruz, Sunday. May 3.
"Dear Mr. Brainard: I am writing this
on a Mexican typewriter, looted from
the barracks. I am at the camp of the
Michigan battalion. I sot my sun. it's a
little 32 automatic. Colt patent, Belgian
manufacture, north about IJO. It cost
me So with holster. It sies one a very
comfortable feeling while prowling
around the sniping district In the dark.
"Xot including tonight I have been
here four nights and have been to bed
once. The other three I took my rest
on tiled barrack floors and considered
m j self fortunate to catch two hours. 1
like to spend the night with troops in
the outskirts where the sniping is. and
t usuallv make one or more rounds of
the guards in order to be on hand if a
real set to occurs. The town is full of
federal soldiers who are itching for a
chance to pot a gringo I hate gotten
to be an expert bullet dodger. If these
"spigs" were an kind of marksmen at
all. nur casualties would be enormous.
There are two cables going out of
Vera Cruz There are twenty corre
spondents filing matter to their papers.
There are thousands almost of refugees
ar-d other giving or seeking information
over the cable, so that the wire has not
been 'cleared for more than a week.
"It looks here as though the arm will
hae to so to Mexico Cits. That will be
a real campaign.
"Please let me have all Heralds since I
Thoipi. F. ard Mart, a .vdasi- cirL
Qtrioio and vriobna esso sirl
riitrkn and llotta SttKrt inrl
Wiiliain I and Vltnuie L xhofield girL
vlillard and Leila halin bc
(Yank J aud Cora VI Connten, bm
Ltlsard and Hanna I'rocke bo.
Jarcrs and Ida Johiwi) bor.
Rrnjamin F and Julia Thomas tor
Lrroy and $sry A Brosn, boj.
Counts In tlcer.
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Drop Postal or Phone Lincoln 507.
National Capital Brewing Co.
14tIrandDSts. S. E.
Your Last Invitation for $3,500
This is the last week, in which you can share
in The Herald's dismbution of $3,500 cash.
Enfer today in the Ben Franklin Quiz and win
big money. Details on Page. 9.
Hat selling ever known in
left. We get no Information from Wash
ington here. We work absolutely In the
dark. The cables are so busy that the
Mexican Herald which is being printed
here can get almost no news over the
wire. Were It not for the mosquitoes 1
would fall asleep on this tpewriter.
lrrine X Wbarton, jr.. 22. and Julia E. Lawrence,
19. both of Richmond, Va. Iter John C. Hall.
Jame K Kidder. 3. of Bradbury Helehta Sid ,
and Daisy L. rierce. 1J Her James W. Mara.
ilium A Lile, 46, and Annie Brobrat, 26. Iter.
H F Downs.
Howard Taut Bayly, 28, and Alice Burntt, 24.
Be. T- CL Clark.
Hurt II. Justis. 30, of Midlothian. a . and Vcllie
M Kline, SI, of Richmond. a. Her R Talbot.
I) Towles, 27, and 31 Mnrray, 22.
J. J. Bnxal, 21. and I Johnson. 20
I Mont. 25 and E. Brooks. 25.
J. Thomas, 21, and A Wood, 19
T. Spencer, 31. and IS. Thomas, 30.
Ahazail Martin, Tl yeara. Washington Home for
Rustell Vatizhan, 2?. rrtmdcoee Hospital.
Oorje H. Fox, 45. 3.0 F it. M
Uuabeth VruvC "213 O , w.
Nicholas IxKhboehler. 70. 110 lith St. K
Gertrude It. i-hechy, 22. 741 3d at. nw.
Melnlle E. Joiies. 6. (22 AUi-on St.
Albert E. I'uibenhaw. X. 80 It at. n.
Fledenck P Freeman. 48 years 134 Kit. are, nw,
Carotin r. W 2 Chamnlain rlace nw,
llo B Hagland. 42. 131 D at aw.
Marian Cruris, 3. Children's Hospital.
(Charles J Cotes, 9 dij, 2117 K at. nw,
TO CALL CAUCUS.
Representative J Harry Covington, of
Maryland, acting chairman In the ab
sence of the chairman, .. Mitchell Pal
mer, will issue today a call for a meet
ing of the Democratic House caucus on
(next Tuesda night for the purpose of
fixing the legislatUe program for the
remainder of the present session of Con
I gress. The plans are to fix a legislative
program v hich will enable Congress to
i adjourn b the middle of July.
largest Morning Circulation.
night Prom the
Brewery to loo.
Phone Lincoln 507.
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BRIDE'S GOWNS FORM
Democratic Simplicity Thrown to the
Winds in the Selection of Fabrics
for Mrs. McAdoo.
DESCRIPTION OF THE COSTUMES
While great stress was laid upon the
extreme simplicity of Mrs. McAdoo'a
trousseau, never has a White House bride
boasted a more sumptuous one.or one
which has gained such world-wide pub.
Uclty. Democratic simplicity was thrown
to the winds, the most expensive fabrics
from the looms of this and the Old World
were united In alluring garments.
The Turor for lace, which has waned
materially of late In fat or of tulle and
fine chiffon and tine -net, has had a
pronounced revival as every gown or
dered by the bride, with few excep
tions, was adorned with lace from the
looms ot France, Germany, Belgium
and other countries.
A description of some of the gowns will
show her taste for lace, blue as a color,
and the dainty Dresden effects now so
much in vogue.
The bride's going-away gown was a
three-piece costume ot corbeau blue
gabardine, the coat fashioned of corbeau
blue charmeuse and gabardine combined.
The front and upper part of the back of
the coat is made of charmeuse, there be
ing fullness In the back of the coat, while
the sleees fashioned of both materials
are topped with the gabardine and the
edges of the sleees ar bound with flat
black silk braid at the bottom of the
three-quarter length. The bodice Is of
dark blue chiffon oer white with braid
ed straps of gabardine oer the shoulders,
ornamented with Twelve rows of braid
A soft girdle of gabardine ends in front
with an oval charmeuse buckle.
There Is a cunning vestel of white
organdie, edged with a narrow rose and
green flowered ribbon, buttons of the
same finishing the front. Long blue
sleeves end In a broad cuff, finished with
sixteen rows of black braid, holding
them In close at the wrist. The skirt Is
short, and has three circular flounces,
starting at the side and fastened at the
back with a strap of gabardine, from
which pended silk tassels Between the
flounces showed the blue charmeuse upon
which they are mounted.
Other gowns of the trousseau were an
ev ening dress of deep blue charmeuse,
with waist and double ruffle of tulle of
the same shade and rhlnestono trimming:
a dance frock of cream lace, with panler
of blue pompadour silk, and an afternoon
dress of white crepe, with loose over
blouse of rose crepe
.NEW COUNTERFEITS ABROAD.
Two poor counterfeits of national bank
notes were reported esterda by the
Secr't Service A o note on the Na
tional Bank, of Tulare. CTal . and a J1U
note on the Vnion National Bank, of
Chandler, OVla , the Secret Sen ice re
ported, have been counterfeited The
notes are of the series of 1M2-190S. The
J5 bill bears the check letter "D" and
the' Jlo note Is Identified by the letter
MOB LYNCHES NEGRO.
Augusta. Ga , May 7. Charley Jones,
a negro, was taken from two officers
early toda near Groeton. Ga., and
shot to death The negro had threatened
to kill the white people of Grovctown.
U. S. Dept. of AffTicultcre. Wthrr Burea.
U'tfiJiinfton, Mar T, 1911 3 ra
FORECAST FOR FRIO Y XS iATUH
D4Y. For tbe DUtrlct of Columbia, Cast
frn Franajrlanl. fw Jemey. Ilela
)Tare Harjland. and Irjctnla, nhutverM
and Home what cooler Friday. !aturda
parti cloudy; freah to eat wind.
The weather has again Vcnm? ncattlfd oirr t!if
eastern half of tbe cuuatrr under the urfuence of
it disturbance that dereloced TburwJar orrr tie ()j!
A all?) Tli 13 dIsurbiDce lias caul local Miowrn
and ihuntkrstormA in th Smith AUantir and tititf
State, tbe Miwilipt and Ohio tallr). aod t)itr
region of the Great Lakes. In ctlitr iiartji of th
country tbe veathrr muajnnl .rncrally fair during
the Ia.t tent four hour.
Teraprraturea liare fallen Rruerally ewer tbe prat
central tallejs and tike dnlt SUtn. and thev have
rv-en otrr the Plateau rrirlon and the Nrthet-
There will b sliown Friday in t"- Atlantic
statt the Lmr Ohio a)lr, and the Lower
LaVe recion and prnbabh on Saturday in ew
England The weather will Iteroiae fur tunlajH
in the Middle Vtlantie and South t Ian tie state
the Upivr Ohio alley and the Lcwrr I-ake re-
mon. and it will remain fair Friday and Saturday
orer practically all other parts of the rounirr
The temperature will he somewhat Fwrr Fhdar
in the Oulf states and it will rise- Knday and
Saturday in the Ham State ant the Un-tr Wis
atwjii alley 2so itrtortant temperature chacg-
are indicated for the Eastern States during the next
fort- eight hours
There will be o?er the North tlantn mrxlfrate
noutheast and eat winds, over the Middle t la title
fresh south wind; orer the South Atlantic and hast
fiut moderste taruhle wind, orer the tte (JuU
moderate northeast and nut winds, otct tbe Lower
Lakes moderate variable winds; oitr the Vpr
Lakes frrdi north to norUixre-t winds.
Mytntxbti i,!i n
8am 65, 10 a m ,
4 p. m . Tl . (, p. n
, O, li m , 62, 6 a. m.. CI
66, 12 ron, M; 2 p. m , 7C,
'I, S r. ni., 63; 10 r. nu, CI
Uudiest. n. lntest. 1
IlIatiTe luimiditj- a m . 56 2 p- m 35; g p. m ,
C. lEain'ali '8 p m to 8 p. m.). 0 Hmtrs of un
fhine. 109 i r cent of io-iWc sunshine, T8.
Temicrature eame date la;t jwr HifihtM, 72, low
lemperntureat In Other Cities.
Temperaturrs in other cities. tocthr with tba
amount of rainfall tor tbe t went j four noun ceded
it I n m. j esterda j, ar as follows.
Max, illn. 1p.m. fall.
AhfTille. N O ; 50
Allanla, Ra 72 C
Atlantic (Mjr X J T4 56
llismatrk. N Dak 52
IlocUm, Miu TO 52
Buffalo. X l 52 42
Clitracn. HI 50 SO
Cincinnati. Ohio Tl 54
Cbejenne. x 53 30
DaTfttnort. Iowa...... 54 SO
DfDTtr. Colo 6! 40
Itos Moines, Iowa ........ 56 46
Dulntb. Minn .- 41 3t
(jalrc&ton. Tex 82 72
Helena, Mont CT 22
IndiantlvlU. Ind (S 52
Jackscnnlle, rla 90 72
Kaosas Citr. Mo 58 52
Utile Kock. Atk 78 62
Los Aneeles. Cal 68' 54
Marquette. Mich 44
Memphis Trnn 76 tO
New ttrleans. La 3 72
New York. . 7 38
North Platte. Ncbr 34
Ooalia. Net 54 41
I'luladel!4iia. Ta 7 62
Plttihnlxh, Pa 62 50
Portland. Me . C2 41
1'ortlud. Orel 65 52
Salt Lak- Otr. Utah ID W
it. Louis, Mo 72 5
St Paul. Minn 51 40
San Krapcuco Cal 66 51
Simutldd. IU .-. eC 56
Tamra. ITa . S! 72
Toledo. Ohio 06 50
VMcburc. Miss 80 66
tush tide. 2 a. i
i:23 a. n, and If;
1 , and 6:55 p. m.
Condition nf the Water.
Temperature and condition cf water at Grrat
Falls-Temperature, fcl; condition, 1Z3 DtlacarlU
Teaerroir TcnTrxatnrt, 3; condition at north con
nection. 80; condition at foutn connection, 22.
Georxetosnt distribntlns; reserroir Temperatnrr. 5;
condition at influent ffatehoise, 22: condition at
cfSnent gatehouse, 2L
Violets. Roses. Sweet res, and Orchids.
Shaffer's New Store. 900 14th aV Adv.
Raphael. 9th u O. 4 reels daUr. Adr.
SIDNEY B. HARRISON, who Was
arrested -yesterday at the home of
a. friend near Rosslyn, Va.
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ALICE E MALONE
CONTINL'KD FROM TAOE ONE.
measurements were taken. He said it
was his first arrest.
Harrison to'd his captors how he had
bluffed the St. Louis police after they
had arrested him from a photograph ot
hlmReif. He was in the moling picture
business there at the time. He did not
say where lie went from there. He also i
told the officers that the Information they
once had about his residence in Pitts
burgh. Pa. aa correct. I
The dt-ath of his mother and
to see his wife and babies are lelieed
to nac oroucnt mm bacK near the l)Is-
tritt line, although the police were un-
able to learn whether he had ever seen
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his ife or children In the three weeks
he was )iln near rtossln He started
back home as soon as he heard of his
mother's death The mother and wife
weie unable to muke a satisfactory set
tlement with the brokeraRe firm.
"Won't DIaoass ( bnrses.
The parent a huijed in Arlington,
and the police thilk this had something
to do with Harrisof 's stopping near ther
He seemisl ereatl affected b the loss
of his mother. He refused to discuss the
charges against 1dm and Miss Malone.
saing what he did not sa would not
have to be eipltined in court
A countrj-wlde search for the couple
had been In progress for months, ami tha
authorities are amazed that not a slnele
trace of Miss Malone has ever been foond.
while several clews were received about
Tiielr disappearance was 'not reported
to the police until nearl) two weeks aftef
the went away and after eer means
had been exhausted to effect a settle
ment with relatives and forestall a prose
cution Or) Oowtt (Erier
V hntlalinn or 400 midshipmen from
the Naval Academy will participate in
the exorcises at the unveiling of tht
Parrj Monument on May 16.
The I rnlrnl lllch School debatinar
tejms will meet tinder the auspices of
Young People's Socialist I.eagur. this
evening at the Public Library. A
medal will be awarded the best
Itev. Ur. Krinnrd i:. Itlrliardann. Ilesr. I
Dr Frank fcewell, and Dr. Helmut!) P.
Holler will be sneakers at a meeting, at
i Si o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the
Public Uhrarj. of the Soclet for Phil-
. ,1. . rtourdenn will read corre
spondence with the King of Italy and
former Major Xathan. of Home, rela
tive to the lattcr's lsit to the Panama
Exposition, and Claude E. Holmes will
speak on "Sectarianism in Civil Af
fairs " at a meeting tomorrow night
of the American Federation of Patriotic.
fields are being developed In Ger
ft f .J I sf K I PjH Li
FILL N HDNG
Credit Is an Honor
It means 'that you have established a reputa
tion for paying your bills.
When a merchant refuses credit there's
usually some good reason.
You can buy goods from us and use a dig
nified form of credit which simply means the
convenience of paying an account in such
amounts as ou can afford.
You can enjoy the pleasure of wearing a
diamond, or whatever jewelry jou wish, while
jou are paying for it, and no sensible person
will think any the less of you for bujing it in
Every purchase from this store may be de
pended upon for high quality our standing,
after many years in business, insures this.
Aboe all, remember 'that our regular prices
arc plainly marked and marked low and
nothing is added for credit accommodation.
YOUNG CAPJTAL EXPERTS
MAKE BIG WEDDING CAKE
Pupils of Washington School Granted
Commission- by President's
This Is the ttory ot the WIlson-McAdoo
wedding cake, made under straightsCenti-meter-gram-second
rulesnnd the auspices
of some 'sixty-four budding domestic
scientists of the National School of, "Do
mestic Arts and- Science, at Connecticut
avenue and M street
Mlss-Zurhorst, the principal of the
school has gained some little reputation
prior to the Sayre-Wilson wedding, at
which time her pupils made the, wed
ding cake, but after that "creation" had
been presented to Miss Jessie Wilson by
thirteen members of the senior class of
the school, as a specimen of their own
eullnarv handiwork and after sixty-four
'members of the Junior class put together
a forty-pound cake for the McAdoo-Wll-son
wedding well, you know" what fame
The day after the engagement of Miss
Wilson anrl Mr. McAdoo was announced
the members of the Junior class wrote
Miss Wilson, asking permission to make
4t. nffl.l.l wAi4!t,e railr Thit nermtlt.
slon was granted, very graciously Indeed
The senior class having made the cake
for the first Wilson wedding", the Junior
class was somewhat a-tlptoe. as the say
ing goes, to overshadow the reputation
made by their elders, and it seems mat
The cake was presented and acknowl
edged by Miss Wilson on Wednesday and
Miss Wilson promised to make- it "the
White House "wedding cake.
It seems that the pupils at this same
schpol made the cake for the Taft an
nUersary, held in 1911.
INDOOR EEHEAESALS TO END.
Gronnila at Sixteenth mid V Street
Henily for Th! Fire Regained."
The last of the Indoor rehearsals for
the Greek pageant-drama. "The Fire Re
gained." will be held at 1317 II street
northwest tonight, when eerone in the
production Is expected to be present
Musical Director Qercy S. Foster Is anx
ious that there should be an unusuall)
Bos who are to play at satjrs had the
time of their life esterda) afternoon
at headquarters practicing w eird and
grotesque performances that will be ex
pected of them. Likewise the wood
t nymphs, tutored by Miss Kftle M Haker.
. made an excellent showing. Other of the
j aesthetic dance groups will hold forth
this afternoon And tonight
Manager Mooser and Sidney M II!rch.
author of "The Fire Regained." were at
the grounds yesterday and arranged with
the enstneer where each utility l to be
iet up There. will be two entrant es one
' on " street a"l 'he other dlrettlj at the
corner or sixieenin ana sirret" i ne
contract for the wirin? of the amDhlths
atcr Is to be closed today.
A raeetlns of the executive committee
I for tn"e Greek pascant has been called by
Chairman Iraai Oans for noon today In
,ne room, of , rhamber of Commerce
ANTIS ASK MEN TO
WEAR THEIR SYMBOL
Women Opposed to Suffrage Want
E ery One to Fly Red Rose To
day Supply Is Large.
Wear a red rose for anti8Uffrage."
is the slocan of those opposed to soman
, juffraKC and everjhodj in sjmpathy with
the antis is requested to don a red
rose toda and tomorrow, liy way of
show ins their sentiment.
Mrs. Joseph M. Stoddard, chairman
of the Red Rose Committee, at the meet
ing; of the District Association Opposed
to Woman Suffrage, esterdap after
noon reported that she had made ar
rangements with florists and shopkeepers
to make red rose dlsplas In their show
windows and to lay in lame supplies of
the Mooms, natural as well as artificial
l'os hae been ensaqed to sell the roses
and they will be stationed at places
where mestly men consreffate as it Is
the plan of the antis that the men par
ticiilarly should be interested in this
' matter, as they argue, the suffragists
I base their arguments mainU on the con
tention that oernmcnt b man is
As headquarters at lift! H street will
not be able to handle the rore distribu
tion scheme alone. It was decided to
establish a branch at lid rennslvania
-Wenue, where that section of the city
will ho looked after Members of the
society will be In attcndince at both
places today and tomorrow.
MILITANTS HISS CHURCHMAN.
I-ondon. May 7 Militant suffragettes
turned their wrath againt the Arch
bishoP of Canterbury todaj, and created
an uP"ar wnue ne was addressing a
meeting of the church army at Queen's
The were ejected while the choir san;
hjmns to drown their protest.
PARADE IN SHROUDS.
New York, May 7 In order to add em
phasis to the silent protest "against John
D Ilockefeller, Jr.. for his attitude in the
Colorado strike situation." I W. W. sm
pathizers today patrolled before" the resi
dence.of William Rockefeller clad in black
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Our stock embraces all the novelty eacs of the season in English and con
servathe models, with or without patch pocket1?.
Today's the ps chological movement to spring a "new one" on the boys uho
bought theirs early and show it,
I The Tashion-fraftShop
l Samuel B. Lorclesa, Mfr.
14th and New York Ave., Northwest Corner.
jm m i
TO TESTIFY FOR BECKEE.
Mnc Slna; Viardrii mid t'hnplain
New York. Ma 7. Rev. William
Caxhin pnd James M. Clancv. chaplain
and warden respectively of Sins Sins
prison, weie sunpoenaed tonight to ap
pear as witnesses for the defense at tne
second trial of Charles Becker for the
murder of Herman Rosenthal. Thes
two men were the last to talk with the
four Klinmen executed on April 13 for
the murder and much Importance Is at
tached to their expected testimony
v. uourxe uocKran. up to jesteraaj
chief counsel for the defense, may face
ntempt proceedings If the court can
obtain proof that he said the court pro
ceedings were an "assassination," as re
The d s proceedings in the trial re
sulted onl in the selection of one more
Jurcr. making; a total of six now chosen
KILLED IN AUTO WRECK.
New burj port. Mass.. Maj 7 Charles
I. Williams, chauffeur for William H.
Grove, a wealthv Salem manufacturer,
was killed early today, and his friend
Arthur U Kldridse. of Salem, was in
jured seriously when the Grove car was
overturned on the Newbur poft-Boston
turnpike In an effort to avoid running
Into a closed bridge.
To be sure that your name appears in this issue arrange
for Telephone service before that date.
Telephone the Business Office for Telephone service
or advertising space.
THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC
Introductory. Sale, of
To introduce "our Fashion-Craft
Clothes to the men and young men
men of Washington we have
marked our entire stock of Spring
and Summer Suitings at the fol
lowingj?rices for a limited period
$28.00 Suits now - - $22.00
$27.50 Suits now - - $21.75
$25.00 Suits now - - $18.75
$22 50 Suits now - -$16.75
$20.00 Suits now - - $15.25
$18.50 Suits now - - $14.75
$15.00 Suits now - - $10.75
HUERTA SHOULD HAVE
HAD U.S. RECOGNITION,
SAYS MRS. L0CKW00D
Aged Woman Lawyer Criticises Presi
dent's Policy In Chicago for Bene
fit to Purchase Her Home.
Chicago. May 7. "America would do
well to follow the example of more ex
perienced governments in the handling
of international affairs, " said Mrs. Belva
A. Lockwood. pioneer suffragist, now
risking Chicago as the, guest of Mrs L.
Erackett Bishop, of the Chicago Beach
Mrs Lock wood Is here to witness the
mammoth pageant and ball at the Hotel
La Salle Friday evening, planned by
Mrs. Bishop as a means of raising funds
to augment the sum being collected to
obtain Mrs. Lockwood's home in Wash
ington and her financial Independence for
the remainder of her life.
"Wilson is a clever and capable Pres
ident." said Mrs Lockwood. 'but he
should have recognized the authorit of
Huerta as head of his count r This
would have averted the present crisis.
Wilson's experience Is not et ripe
enough for him to disregard the example
GOES TO PRESS
of older and more matured nations iiWi
England, France, and Germany.
"The Monroe doctrine is all very wIL
but we must draw the line somewhere
"We have no sense of humor at all
Huerta has as much right to object tc
Wilson and America as we have to ob
ject to Mexico and Huerta. It Is not
our business to sav who shall be Presi
dent of another countn .
Mrs. Lockwood pronounced divorce
necessary, but p-ev entable the remedy
suggested being first a willingness tc
try to live with more mutual consider
ation the one for the other, toleration,
and temperamental adjustment, as we
as mature reflection before 'marriage
"We should not be forced to live to
gether when we don't want to, but ai
ought to want to." was her summing up
The woman's vote did not escape com
ment. "I believe that all fairly well educated
women and men should vote and I add
that the objection that women are not
ready Is not sufficient to weaken the
support of the campaign. Women w'll b
M0E0CCAN PREMIER SLAIN.
Paris. May 7. A Tangier. Morocco, dis
patch to the Journal tcday. reported that
Eroghi. the Premier to the Moroccan bul
tanate has been assassinated.
Arizona in 191:
pounds of copper.
produced 33fl. ,
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