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Thousands of Fine Straw Hats at Bargain Prices. $4 ad $3.50 Straw $3 and $26 Straw $2.00 Straw Hat: AfPWVED REE THUS c ' Montana Senator Speaks AfaattJRc -peal andTell of BaltHBore Conveationi DffFERS FROM TMEPRESfflENT S2.89 11.79 51.39 r iv. a- Money's Worth' or Money Back. D. J. KAUFMAN nocorrcntri.) 1005-1007 Pa. Ave. HOUSE IS READY FAR TRUST BILLS Debajte otl Administration Measures to Begin on Tuesday. GIVEN RIGHT OF WAY 1 Discussion Is limited, but There Is ' No Bar to Amendments To Reach Senate June 1. w. 'Debate will be begun In the House on Tuesday on the three admlnistraUon anti-trust Mils. An agreement to this ect was reached yesterday. The bills will be given the right-of-way and the House kept at work on them unUl they are .passed. The leaders expect to trans fer all of these bills to the Senate by June I. at the latest. Tho,bills will be taken up In the House k under a rule that will be reported by the Committee on Rules. There will be limi tation on debate, but no bar to amend ments. Six hours' debate will be al lowed on the interstate trade commis sion bill, eighteen hours on the Clayton bill, and eight hours on the bill giving the Interstate Commerce. Commission supervision over the Issuance of railway stocks and -bonds. The bills will be passed In the order named. It is the understanding that Important changes will be made in the railway cap italization bill and In the Clayton MIL The price-cutting sections of the latter measure, regarded as drastic in the ex treme, are to be toned down. Thr rail way capitalization bill is admittedly faulty In a. number of respects and will be perfected. That Its rigorous regula tions will be modified when the bill Is fully explained. In debate la predicted by Republican critics of the measure. 31my Fui Reported. The Interstate trade commission bill is likely to be passed Just as it was re ported. The report on the stock and bond bill was flled with the House -yesterday. An indirect reference ls made to the affairs of the New Haven. The report says, in part; The committee has seen proper to re port a provision In the bill Trob!bltlng common or interlocking directorates or management. 'JVhen we' learned that the Judiciary Committee was not undertak ing to deal with the directorates of rail road companies, we then heeded what ap pears to be a public and almost uni versal demand" to prohlbt Interlocking di rectorates of carriers.- Whether the necessity for this provision Is so great represented or not. 'and whether the anticipated provision benefits are exag gerated or not. there is a general Im pression that most of the wreck and ruin of railroads, and consequent dam age to public service and the public In terest has been due "to the machinations of men who managed different corpora tlons, and by the policies adopted for the different corporations constituting a sys tem, or about to "be consolidated Into a system, wrought ruin to some or all or the carriers, involved. "It has been' represented to us that that practice has ceased; that railroad men are no longer dishonest or incompetent; that It la &"mitter"of convenlence'.for the same-men to handle different enterprises 'without having to consult soimany dif ferent people, but our observation Is that mere are good enough men in the world to iUI-erery responsible position and then not enough position to go around.. And, we'-observe. In answer-to-thesugjesUon that -If the practice has ceased the pro vlsIoaVln the- law will not hurt anybody, for no" man will be punished unless he' Is s ( gujiryi - - jr . ' !! any rash man'should declde'lnthit future' to break out and imitate some of the-dlsastrous escapades of. the past, the law-would be htm to give him justice for ms, misaeeas. It has further been rged that in thf eu -tf law. .v.t.t... Mn d by the-cousolldatlon Tf many" smaller corporations, it is not necessary to have different directors .for all the minor cor-peratlons.- We answer thati it Is not necessary' to have -these consolidations. and1 trie .most vicious, thine, about' ail cotsblrmtlons in transportation, and all. oiuw .uwa ui uubiqcss, in tjiai WfiUO It multiplies the benefits of "the Xw men re Ulned. It dispenses 'with the services of SSjw many men,7both competent to fill MjrKr the poslUonsand ntitlel to tt fair .crao-uraeais mereoi." 3.5f -. .- r-r iViS - W York CRy-s .pocatation is nil ;KJi p "" u 'w'w.wsuBi, That William Jennings Bryan person ally expressed his approval of a free tolls plank In the Baltimore platform when It was, read "to him In subcommittee and that be asked only that It be accompanied by another plank declaring against the admission of railroad-owned ships to the canal was the declaration of Senator Walsh, of Montana, In a speech denounc ing the free tolls repeal bill in the Senate yesterday. As secretary of the platform committee and of the subcommittee. Sen ator'Walsh said he personally transcribed the proceedings when the free tolls policy was approved by the party leaders. - ine uemocrauc piauormjias oeciareu the policy of the Democratic party on this subject," he said. "I went before the people upon It and was elected to carry out this mandate, whatever my. individual opinion might be. Were the open repudiation of this solemn covenant of.the party r proposed by any man other that the .President of the United .States we should all recoil from It Witt horror. For myself, its moral aspect assumes no different view because he commends It. "My relationship to the Baltimore plat form Is too intimate to permltyme with an easy conscience to escape the fetters it places upon my official actions. "The work of putting into appro priate language the Ideas to which general acquiescence had been given by the platform committee were re posed In Mr. Bryan, of Nebraska, and Mr. 0'Gorman.of New York, who were authorized to 'call to their aid such members of the, committee as they chose. They requested Senator Pome rene and myself to remain with them. The draft prepared by this committee of the subcommittee was transcribed under my own supervision, was read to the subcommittee and by it read tt the entire committee before which It was again read and being by it ap proved was presented to and adopted by the convention without change." Senator Walsh's final appeal was that the whole question of the fights of the United States In the canal should be submitted to the Supreme Court for Its Judgment, as suggested by former President Taft.' He says he believed the world would acquiesce In that decision. WEATHER CONDITIONS. Vk w rf tt rfiia MaW FW wit i. 'afaewra ittinStm. .V .-. .- tmrr. "?-- tAL -it V J - l J.JJ- -1" t -.-' . V ,- "-ff-v Opeitfip'miif t- -u,-j, j.J1l-j- : ...'- jatirr.r'iiLir 111 uicuww-toq '-OKrcnwKiwe weve nouwiK tuiiwuc. N6dark comcrs.itr this kore.1: Every fewrisnocided with daylight. No'ckxlcrneth'-ywry truratiorrtt .set to one standardhat of our customers H3-LEST SAT ISFACTION. ; . : - "" . . - - . ' a? Every item; that enters our stock has-been censored by our most' careful scrutiny. We KWW-crqiJalities- hence they are guaranteecTso confidently arid so. completely. Our Credit acNUMdation is acctsUwdatiM pore aad'skiple available to jrra wheaever yu waat to make ase ef k. -. KMW i' i. -AV ''V3E.J wiViss, : mm, asBHsWsMsalsVlsssBssBsBWBsVA1 'I silsSSivirSBwIaVI 'li j- Protected -TaWesr- eornetlag'nsw. ., Wo"1 chance ot-'a'hot ,dib dls-. figuring" your Dining Ta blelf It is' antstMd'Wlth Valspar arid even adds cannot scar 'it 'We, alone hefe'have these" sure'and J. V; D 8. Dept. of Airknlture. VTMuTer Bantu. . -r Wuhtatton. D. O. JUy !- p. m. FORECAST FOR SUNDAY AKD ' MONDAY. For -the District ofjCoInmbU, 8th rnt New BaKlaad, "Eastern New York. Ewlrra PesmsTlvaala, New Jersey, DtUmrt, Marylas. smd VlrsUlai Vmr nntkrr and mederate testrera- tnre Saaday and Monday! Ibrfct varia ble Triads. Frame cootlnnei hlth mr pcmdleany all d trlcii Mrt or the JUxr UounUiss. with, the blsbnt mdmn orrr the Ohio Yuer ind the rtzioa of the c.rrtt Liku ud It U KUtinbr low em the Rocky VounUin nd PUteu raionv. TUs nuniia die tritatlon hat 'been attended br local wbawm and Unmdentcmu'in tie West Onlf BUto. the-Wddto riahn But, and the Bockr Moantahs and TUtetu trioni and fur weather in other puts of the United Statea, The tempentnra ll abor normal in the North wortern EUtes. and It ll near or below normal ele where. TTaere wtxo no decided temperatore diaates in anx rrt of the cnatrj darinc the lut twentj fonr hours. In the Atlantio and Eut Gulf Etaie. the lesion cf the Great Vkkn. and the Ohio VaUey the weatner will remain fair with moderate temprrator cinnne Snndar and Monday. In the Miadnlppl TaTKr the weather win be orereut Bandar and be followed by local ibowera Monday, while orcr the Virst Cult Statee. the Plains States, ana the Koear aioonuin and Platein reaion nmetUed weather Sunday and Monday win be attended by local showers and than- dentenns. Temperatures win net ehanae decidedly in any part of the country dnrms the next two days. Th. w1m atone- the rtoeta auanuc ana auaaie Atlantic oouta win be lisht to moderate Tariahle; on the South Atlantic coast mocrrafe eait; on the Ttt Rnlf out moderate east and southeast: on 3ie west Gnlf coast fresh cast and southeast: on u Lower Lakes light TsrUhle: on the Upper Laaes moderate Tiniue. mostly tauu ana soauwcsi. Local Temperatnres. MidnlrliL (Z: z a. ra.. 55: I a. m- SJ: ( a. m.. a. m.. S5: 10 a. m., (1; lz noon. U; 2 p. ra.. CS; 4 p. m . CS; ( rv "- "; I p. .. a; 10 p. to., ST. Bltbest, (8: lowest, to. BeUtiTe humidity S a. m.. 42: Z n. m.. 3: I p. m.. C. Bsinfsll (S pt. m. to S p. m.). 0; hours of sunshine, HJ; per cent of possible suosfarae. NO. Tempersture same date last year Highest, 20; lowest, CO. Temperatures In Otber Cities. Temperatures In other cities, toeether with the amount of tainfall 'for the twenty-four hours ended at 8 p. m. yesterday, are as follows: Bain Max. Mln. Ip-m. fslL Asbeiille. X. C -. TO tZ M Atlanta. Oa It TO Atlantic Cttr. N. J....... 48 54 Bismarck, K. Dsk JUS Zo&ton. Mam. TO 48 SB .... 3aSalo, X. Y 48 42 44 Obicszo. in ...... .... 62 48 OncinnatL Ohlo.......... CS CO This IsaValspar Table -. .. Genuine Quarlered-'OalC Klghlyipol ished; center pedestal:'- deeply, carvid . ciaw.xeet. xszienstoje ,io f-it c . , RefHlar Price Extensible ,to' 6cfeet. -s . r $18.00 ' bbbbbbbbbsBwbesbbbbisbbbsbW BBBBBBBBBSLaBBBaBBBBBBBBBSBW' " vl)LsssssP'' -. 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The Drater k Oak, Worth $25, for The Dreiser ia Mahogaar, Worth $26, for $17 $18 The Chilo-uer k Oak, Worth 522, for TkeChiffoauer la rtahofaay, Worth $23, for .'.,'.$15 $16 BSsswsswsswsswsswsswsswsswsswsswssYl.V .1 mmmmmammmammmmmmi-'U-A Ar Sl .sssfassaksswsassr t " " " JT . jH i waBBssssssssssrVBPl BSsssrsaxarwsssBosBssVllr I "" a. ZfWk - tf7aCaBBTBa!MataiFWl- ssM ' TW - 4W. HwfrrT 1 ff. ssstPW ' ss " J ssssssssssssssaBBsssssar simflBhr?( B v -S sBsssssssssssssssssssssB- " L-iKf H llnK. wH EvryDay 1 yemhbid on to that c4d jntrswSsv'r Jeseasooey aad take diafjeea. CTevTare throwiat; away aick. eat at at !! for tee: dtess ssslqaafv less tar tosTitjuuriswildsaTer CXob are takag chaocaa oa sar .Mlrfc yoar farairr-s IsssJsa. Yen areliiiiaiae nati sasasar-a bad av la jim BTMBd the best Mend any family can tove-beeasse k tares ice ssd saxes foods. It pan for itaeM oTtTand ower. Yon should ae (ana learn about SV.Doot pass lodsjaent. f but coast dojm to the sure- tfcst stirs tad coese TODAY. lefrfferalir of JUuka Hake, Srv S5.l5HS14lfT J .JKtBtKfttlKKfm wood case. aBssScgcsawsal w'th gal- BsaTErJBMsf anlzed aBBJInBBBJasaBBJtaHBaB lining; DaasaaBBBBBBBBBaBBJ very con- ( HfJnfaBBBBBBrJBBBt size and DHaHfnaBBBBaaHyaaB , ja sruar- KsfSSsssssssssWiaYalH nteedin I BiSsBsaaBSsssaaBFlLall eTry re- l rBSsrS!tsW spect. E 13-,a,''"ssspHr 4.25 Porch- Rocker Heavy posts: high back with five supporting slats: double woven seat: shaped arms. Strength and comfort that's what you want in a Porch Rocker and here it Is at the Saeciai price .. S1.85 SEVENTH AND EYE STREETS., HOUSE & HERRMANN SEVENTH AND EYE STREETS. BRITISH OFFICERS CALL ON REBELS iNTMICO Action Interpreted asFirtStep'.;of John BulhtoJlecognize-Bel-.. .. . - ligerent rughu. BIAYO , WILL v PAY- " t- asas. nEcw-sw tnsipswye . si lie siavT IT ' 1 -, RESPECTS Tide Table. TodarLow tide. 8:15 a. W and M n. m.: hiih uoe, xu a. ny ana Z33 pi m. Condition t the Water. X.inii.tttT. .nrf MAnfttftfi et tmr .. 7..1 FsUs-Temseratare. OS: condition. SS. Dslecarlla BeserTCir-Texapcratare, 3; condition at north eon scctioo. 20: eondition at sooth connection. 20. Georsetown Distriboticc Eeserrclr Tetaperatnre, 68; condition st inSaent eatefaoast..30; erwHlltlmi at esaoent eateMrase( zi. i ti DEATH RECORD. WHITS. raalme 8aUlTan. 2 rears, 23 Blair road. Taaonur Jan. Fannia Weill. , 2SS llth at. sw. Grace C. Hunter. . 1407 Coanin. st. aw. Juliet IL-nemmons. 44, 2X35 I St. is. Adolxh Saaerman. T. Oort. Bcstatal Insane' Ftank Hajjrr. 41. Tnherealosis BospttsX Richard J. Jackson, If. Soldiers Borne Hospital Bebeeca Bontal Tt. Tannalljtown, JD. O. COLORED. Loda -. tvason. 12 reatv Osrde Id Boscital. Emttr Hunter. . 19S4 Otfa'st. nw. Man A. Colbert, tt, Bt L, 1L.1S. Vartha Vmoock, SO. ZSt Oa. are. aw. easah A. Hotajes; 3. 1U M st.se. Uzxle Bejmdrra. 39. S Canal st. sw. Conine EUts. Is, Freedmen's Bospltal. v laxota Fwon. B2. fnedajea'a Hosrltat. . KathettM Bcsxaon. t.CMldrm's HoseataL Charles 'Ashton. T2 Booths; TSJB st- w. i , Roth Trasua. N months, 4BU BtaCord eonrt sw -LewU Jackson. xostba,'I2S Carrolloun ts9s aw.- . ii-" ' Teach the facts about your home city in me pudhc scnooia,v uraesr the bureau of municipal xejearck, Kew,TorK Considerable' impoftanccwas a'ttaehed to. a formal call madeesterdfty-by-the British admiral. in command , ot tne:neei. at Tamplco on'Gen." Gonzales, tbejeom- mander of the'rebel army occiipylnc'that port TheBritlsh .admiral, "with his -en tire staff.'andtwo captalna,AalllnruH dress,)-vlsitedf the' consUtuTUonajutjmii ltary commander.fn a most formal way. The rcall -was -Interpreteou neroasme flr .n hv -Great 'Britain '.toward recog- . . .T ..-... ri.. iw---. v. u" nlzine tneiociii-eceni.,i.uiai)ui;- '?"'-".'-.ttti.Hnnallats.' Great- Britain--ould'j do this -wlthoUtMn'ariyway("Impalrlnt;- Its . . I . -I .1. Ifn.a' action in naving- recoaicu mVu government. , rv Great BrltaIn:undoubte;dIy;hasheen In fluenced In this action, by,? af-deslre to please the constitutionalists andrto" secure as much protection as posslble'tor'the British oil uroDerty. . . . . - A similar call, but one vlnformal" In nature, -bos. beenlarransed by Admiral Mayor with the coasenl, of the adminis tration."' Mayo'st-call was scheduled fcr yesterday, but wcjdrhasjnoti-j'etireached thi Navy "DeparCnentraXsto'wbether'Jils intention was carried "out. --T -t At"thejState.'3tiartment TestcrdayWt was declared: that as Mayo'a. call", will be with the understanding that-Ifis entire-, ly Informal, -no recognition- of. the btl- ugerency .ot tne consaim uonaiisrs -can -De construed' byhia--aetloTf.ir . - .ty, - r Business Is JelnR".sowlyvrtsumedJ'rn Tamplco, Admiral JUyoVcabkd'tbede--partinet.wo,Tfanssteasaers clearedthe portyesterday.rThe 4 shlpaawere'cleared through Oietaistom-hpuao'lnltheiregular way. Money U'excedins'scarcevhow-1 ever.. ana bo oajiss.na.ve, oeen openea. . -Perfeci'order ,ls being maintained." Admiral-Mayo': cabled. 'in'jthe' town."and'In the oirdlstrictsVWordiliaitbeenrtceiTed ef the NavySDeparimerit, and' tsre? State; xWDartmentT-tnar. unteat-oiaies 'Jonsui Miller 'at TamDicohasrecelved 'renewed assurances .from 'Use constitutionalist au,-j xnonues usaa1 aii'-xoreiaiserB-.scusyixuirii yard,, while adjusting a, machine yes terday ba'd two .Angers, on" his left 'hand cdt off.. - - i. "- s -The Petworth' CIttseas Asaaociatlem winvhoId'tltsmeeting'Tuesdayjevenlnr at. Petworth M-'E., Church. 'Eighth and Shepherd streets" northwest. ,. " fA!!cs.C.,.C!ark. will. address thenaert- ina- of the .Columbia Historical -Society. Uoibe;'he1d'ln-the "banauetihall of v the .snorenaimTueaday.ievenlng.- to thelrorkand vtheir homes t without f earTofrnolesfaatioB' Vy ttSTtssT S M ns't if sm REV. J. D. MARR DEAD; HEART AHAGK FATAL i- . Pastor-of'the Qiurch of the Immacu late Conception Was Born Here Fifty-nine Years Ago. ORDAINED BY BISHOP KEANE .Rarrso.jr- aoa'of a f orates Commissioner of 'Pensions, N who dled lasUtv?ednesdayvlnTiIw, .Torki ,waa hurled . yesterday In t Rock- Creek' Ceme tery. : "-y- -.". . ; i. T" ? '-.-. -" "I." -' . ' t '."i,Ve asia- M strcei r-s- ' .'"Jj- -V ..v n.,MM r v pieerwill.deUverian lllustrated'lecture on "Egyptian . ana f.xursusn zjre,, - oe fot.e members of) th'elHome'Cllib' next Mondav'evenlnsr."'. r v ' . 4 -,a., .. .The-Evrrsrlade'. a-Iarare steass assise boatJbelonglngito;ColJlotert,'Thomp- sqn, fcnasrHrTiTeafaiiaiai porionaer annual" .visit and t will", remainV here aboutltwb'.weeka. . -.? -. i . - . t t - -i.Cef ra::a,Pere,eleveBof 'lss i-wiTiTt .it nnnflv.ir.iRiiiiTi fAnn svlvanis' avenue and- Triirteentht street yesterday while- roller 'skating and hurt nis ', sead. , -He- "was removed', to EmergencVHoepital.-' " T" "-a WUIlassi Isslleasa, asretU for ska Baltimore and. 'Ohio Railroad." noHntA tbe Seventh'preclnet'afrelght'car at ThlrtltieandK-stree"ts?northwsstb'ad been7robed of ;twenty-two quart of 1 eharrvandtMrt wine of; 21 Second' stret-nprthwett.'T;hIla St;.work-yesterday -on' thetnswEmerr scacy-exospiiau BUiMiDsr. '.was.iiiu, on trie",hesd-byaJDlec of isteeUxrsjealvisur .n'v .-.. i-:.w. v.j t-- - v - Slsiiala 1 ' "V "lr'Vr".''-t,i.-"5"yr'e tJ m flits fumUui Sif S-iritr.we- Stn sw mnA . .' . . . - .'"i). most'artUUc.dwCOraJIwBs.liliiF.'flx- J-amtwtIa.lJU hadachesia'ik'.eroi) . ' tTM r SSSsStw BBsSSsr StsSaSassL - . r- -r sn-r. -J--j . . sRev... Father James -D. Marr, pastor of the Church of the Immaculate Concep-'tion.'-dled of, heart disease at the church rectory last night at 10 o'clock. He had been 111 ..several weeks. Father Marr nas born In Washington flftynlne years ago. -He lived In'the par ish of.the.Church of. the Immaculate Con ceptionrfrora.tlio time It, was .established in 18t until 'his ordination to the priest hood In December, 1S8J.- His early educa tion was.recelved'nt Gonzaga College and 'Blttenhouse Academy, Un this city. In f September, 1S73. he i entered St, Charles' College, near Ellicott CJty,-Md. Here he spent four years In preparation for the I course ""Bf, philosophy and theology In St Jjaryra Seminary, Baltimore, which he en- 'UnDecembcr22. lS33,yhe was ordained toe' the" priesthood In the Baltimore O.tV.A-411 K 'TMtrVi T7.V tnhn T XT'...,. glr-Wlillaxn. WHIeocks, Kagllah .eatrl-tthen blshopof TUchmopd. Cardinal Gib , oons,r wno n&a -previously oruauiea mm 'siibdeacon and deacon, was in Rome At inorthwest;'tbld'kthe'pollcevysterdsy 'lalss V ntu eirai si" aula i it a. nmattlwia U1 ' ;dayf.-jnlght,i:and"'5a' quantity of 'atbods stolen. ,,r:.'i ' " " . - ' J. W.-ntedose-f Bndbu7 HelchtsC Informed' the Eleventh- precinct' i. his torse either strayed: or. wasTstolen from' Minnesota ana-'a-ennsyivania, avenues south-east,1 ri '" "" tK."-tlme. ( Father Man's first, charge was as as sistant totRev.'.B. J. Mcilanus. at St fjohn's Church,- BsitTraore. After a serv ice of more man ten years in tnis, one of 'the largest .churches In the diocese. Father Marr was appointed pastor of -St Edward's parish, Calverton, In the suburbs offBaltlmore.S'ofwh!ch he took chartre-In June.i LSM..Upon the death of I Rev. -John1!. Hagan,-of Our'Lady of Good CounselChurcn, Baiumore. father Marr became his -successor. ' -On May "5i, 1S03, the rector of the 'Church-of the Immaculate Conception In ihla city. Rev. Stanislaus F. Ryan, died. Cardinal 'Gibbons appointed Father Marr Vn:iirned 'him June L 1303, and on June it's of- the same year, he assumed tha duties vor pastor 01 ummacuiaie concep tion Church. -Durlng'Fathcr Man's pastorate the Im macula'te "Conception Ch.urch was greatly Improved In many respects. A school for' boys, anda parish hall and auditorium were erected under his direction. PUSH BORDER TO CANAL SOLON'S WARLIKE TALK Representative Win go, of Arkansas, Predicts Annexation of Mexico Sooner or Later. DIPLOMATIC BILL IS PASSED 7. .. - -.- Hr- . - J .C-41.VVAM. J2 J MJtn :.:-.S.....ik- --.- MrSSMBKMaa.'.Vi .. Via sfr.-tv j Hn.sl Gannett Peak, Wyoming, nearlyKoeo feet. In elevation and tha highest moun tain In the State,-Is on the-dlvlds.-b: tween the Bonneville and Brldgsr na- A prediction that the United States ultimately will extend its Southern bor der so as to include all v of Mexico was made in the House yesterday by Repre sentative Wingo, cf Arkansas, a Demo crat Mrs Wlngo gave this as his reason for opposing a provision In the diplo matic bill appropriating J150.CC0 for the erection of an American embassy build ing In Mexico City. "There Is no need for such a build ing; we shall soon own Mexico," satd Mr. Wlngo. "We may be able to patch up peace now," said Wingo, "but the history of Mexico shows we have on our border a lawless, turbulent people. The history of Mexico for 400 years has been one of strife, revolution, anarchy, and depotlsm. I do not want war. I hope It can be averted, but I am not cherishing Illu sions that we will have permanent peace in Mexico. That will not come until we go In there and take possession of the country. Whether it will be v Ise is not ths question. I think I know the temper of the Amerlcsn . people. I think I have read correctly the history of this coun try, and whether you do it this year or 'next year, I think those hearing me will live to sit In a Congress that will see the American border pushed to the canal." "How much do you think an expedition to Mexico City would cost this country?" asked Representative Bartholdt, of MU soitil, ihe peace advucate. who objected to Mr. Wingo's warlike utterance. Replying Mr. Wingo said that, while he dreaded war. and prayed for oeace. he believed war with Mexico was inevitable. "Whether you agree with the Monroe doctrine or not, we all know that this nation Is always going to -maintain orj der down there, and have some say-so In their affairs." he said." -"Il say that in the course of time you are going to take that country, so what Is the use of build ing an embassy building In Mexico City." The diplomatic bill passed by the House carries an appropriation for the maintenance of the diplomatic and con sular services approximating S5.0e0.000. It 'carries out the policy Inaugurated by the Taft administration to the end that tha-TJnlted States shall own! Its embassy and' legation building in foreign cap itals. The dm auttoim.llfeNB. for tbia purpose. Including a building for Mexico City to cost SU0.000. . THdKAS A. GREEK WEDS. -Miss Florence D. Topham and Thomas A. Green were married at St Paul's Catholic Church. at,l o'clock jesterday alternoorC Mgr. Mackln, offlclatiner. Mrs.. Jack Maury was matron of honor, and Michael A. Green, a brother of the bridegroom, was best man. On account of the Illness of the bride's father, only members of the family witnessed the ceremony." Mr. and Mrs. Green ha e gone for a wedding Journey and will later re turn here to live. C. E.-STEADMAN DEAD. Pioneer Marble CoB.trw.ctor Will Be Bwrled Xext Tuesday. Charles Elmore tStedman. said to be the oldest active marble contractor in' the United States, died yesterday at his apartments at the Netherlands. He was bom In Clockvllle. N. .T.. and has lived In Washington for the last three years, representing the Amicolo Marbte Company, of GeorgiaV Before coming to Washington he worked in Chicago, New York, and Phil adelphia. He furnished the marble for the Columbus .Memorial at the Union Station, and the Colorado marble for the Lincoln Memorial. He-la survived by his wife. Lottie M., and two sons. Elmore and Earl Stcdman. both living in Chicago. Mr. Stedman was a member of the Masons and Shriners. .Funeral services will be held Tuesday. MARRIAGE LICENSES. WHITE. John W. Branxell 3. sad Catherine R. BranzeU, S (first. cooslnsl. Bee. E- M. Cotbrtt. Albert W. Ferris, 24. 'sod Ollle II- Fltxawrald. II, both oT alonUhello, 1 a. Rer. H. T. Sterenson. .Cornelia A. Ororek SI. of Tonics. Va' and Virile T. KeU. 31, cf ttoserffir. Vs, BerH."F. Downs. Bobcn U. Wrfcttt. 'jr.. a. and. Once E. Walls, 3. .Bee. B..L. TVrishC ,1' , TVank A? WoodoeMa. and H. J.y Hoileaberier. ZL Rer. C B. Stetson. v Winiim A.. Landrolct.. S4. and Udie.ltNVslton. 40, of AomsU. Ga. Itee. H. T. Sterenson. - Oeorje W. Bsnlett, S. and Mary R. Fouz. 30, pofh ot-rtscsntoKn. lid. Ber. B. WOner. niRTIIS.-RKPORTED. warm Ktanlei E. and Arle McC -BRoKe. girt Monro M. sod AsUOe'B. Seluuer. sari. Csnrtland'W. and Fldctia U. Pa;. etrL Alan 8V. and Jsosie p. Peck. tW BaMwto and-Nan Hotslaa, (M. Sesrati aad Jensio. Ketdman, boj. Jotec fad Esther. Ssaalritl. Charts and Catherine J. Dawson, bor. Btfoett,K and UMe IL' Bardette. bor. COLeUSD. Jseob and Anna.Hwnkaas, tor. James :A. sad Mem Cssslsall bar. Otosts sj4 tola rtstav aw. SCHOOLBOY RIFLEMEN -CONTEND FOR AWARDS Four Matches Held and Fifty YouAi Presented with Junior s,4 Medals. CENTRAL HIGH LEADS EVEfH A rifle jtourner for the schoolbos o the District was conducted by the Dls trict Interscholastic Rifle Shooting As soclatlon. at WInthrop. Md.. esterda: afternoon. Four matches were held, tht boys returning to- Washington last night Fifty -boys were presented with Juniot medals by the National Rifle Associatloi for marksmanship. The following score were made: School shoot Central High School, first 4S3; points: Western High School, second 473 points; McKlnley Manual Tralntnl -third. 471 points?- Eastern High School ' fourth. 432 points, and Business HI4T Sohool. Jlth. "SSS points. x Intcr-club; match for the Du Pont Cup tov be" won. by the school making tbi highest score for seven consecutive years McKlnley Manual Training. v first, M point: Central High School, second. S3 points; Western High School, third, IS points; Eastern High School, fourth, 34 points: Business High School, fifth. 31 points. ..... ".Company match for the W. B. r.ppi Cup: Company F. Eastern High Schoot first. 3C5 points: Company I, Central Hlgl School, second. 2S3 points: Company K McKlnley. third, za points: ijompany l, Western High School, fourth. 2T0 points Company B. Central High School, fifth X9 pobits: Company -A. Central Hlgl School, sixth. 34S points. Individual match for National Rifle As soclatlon medals: Tercy Gibson. McKtn ley. first, 92 points; C. D. Perkins. Cen traU second. SS points: W. Ewlng. West em. third. S3 points; W. Seltman. Bust ness. fourth. Si points: L. Watklns. East ern. fifth. 8t points. The Dickinson Cup was won by Perej Gibson, and J. W. Stockett won tM Chamber of. Commerce medal and Waste Ington Tlmes Cup.' U Watklns, of East ern. was the winner 'of the Brecklaj ridge Cup. which went to, the-highest point winner In the cadet corps., . ". .' LOCAL MEHTI01L Violets. Rases, Sweet Peas. aa Orchid Shaffer's New Store. S00 I4tb st Advl n Rajkael. ath fa O. 4 rwcls dsfly. avJM is.. n Soft Shell Crake. "T. W. X. 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