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How Wilson Will be
Inducted Into Officei
WASHINGTON, FEB. 21.?All nr-i
rangemeuts for tin Inauguration of
President-Elect Woodrow Wilson have
been completed by the various com- j
mlttees charged with the duty of in-1
ducting the new President into office. |
The Committee on Arrangements of
Congress, consisting of Senators
Crane of .Massachusetts, Bacon of
Georgia and Overman of North Caro
lina, and Representatives Rucker of
Missouri, Garrett of Tennessee and
McKinley of Illinois, have completed
the olHcial program for the inaugural
ceremonies in so far as they relate
to the Capitol.
Ou the evening of March 15 the Sen
ate wing of the Capitol will be closed
and will not be opened until the morn
ing of March 4. On this date no per
son will be admitted to the galleries
or the floor of the Senate unless he is
in possession of a ticket signed by
the Committee on Arrangments. This
rule, however, does not apply to the
members of the Senate and the elec
tive members of that body, members
of the Hiuse of Representatives, the
ex-President, ex-Vice President, Vice
President-elect, Justices of the Su
preme Court, heads of the executive
departsments. the Admiral of the Navy
and his aide and the Chief of Staff
of the Army.
The doors 01 me oeuuic w?un>?
will be thrown open at 11 o'clock on
the morning of March 4 to those en
titled to reserved seats on the floor
of the Senate. The clerk of the House
will distribute tickets among the mem
bers, which the secretary of state will
distribute tickets of admission to the
door of the Senate to the members of
, the diplomatic corps. The Sergeant
at-Arms of the Senate will be In charge
of all tickets issuer to others entitled
to admission to the floor.
Gathering for Ceremonies.
The members of the Supreme Court
of the United States will enter the
Senate chamber at 11:45 a.m., and af
ter being announced will take their
seats. The members of the House of
Representatives will then follow and
, take their seats in the space reserved
' for them. The will follow the mem
' bers of the diplomatic corps.
President Taft and President-elect
' Wilson, escorted to the Capitol by the
> Committee on Arrangements, will en
! ter the Senate wing at the bronze door
| on the east side. They will go directly
1 to the President's room, where they
. will remain until the Committee on
! Arrangements waits upon them and
' escorts them to the Senate chamber.
' They will occupy seats reserved for
them in front of the Vice President's
; desk. The Committee on Arrange
? meats will occupy seats immediately
, on the left.
' The Vice President-elect will be es
corted to the room reserved tor him
by the Committee on Arrangements.
He will then be escorted to the Sen
at chamber, where the oath of office
will be administered to him by the
President pro tern of the Senate. Af
ter prayer by the chaplain, the Vice j
President will deliver his inaugural i
address in the Senate chamber, and 1
will then administer the oath of office
to the Senators-elect.
Aftr the organization of the Senate
is completed, those in the chamber will
proceed through the rotunda to the
platform on the centre portico at the
east front of the Capitol in the follow
Sergeant-at-Arins of the Senate and
Mouse and Marshals of the Supreme
Court and the District of Columbia,
Chief Justice and Associate Justices
of the Supreme Court of the United
States, Committee on Arrangements,
President and President-elect, Ambas
sadors and Ministers to the United
States, ex-President, ex-Vice Presi
dents, Vice President and Secretary
of the Senate, Senators and ex-Sena
tors. Speaker and Clerk of House, re
tiring members and members-elect and
officers of the House of Representa
tives, heads of the various executive
departments, Governors of the States,
Admiral of the Navy and aide, Chief
j of the Staff of the Army and aide,
! officers of the army and navy who have
received the thanks of Congress, and
all other persons entitled to the floor
of the Senate chamber.
On reaching the piauorni uu iuo cam
side of the Capitol the President and
President-elect will take seats re
served for them. The Chief Justice
will take his seat on the right and the
Committee on Arrangements and the
Seregeant-at-Arms of the Senate on
the left. When all are assembled the
Chief Justice will administer the oath
of office to President-elect Wilson, af
ter which the inaugural address will
At the conclusion of President Wil
son's address the members of the Sen
ate will return from the platform to
the Senate chamber. The President.
Mr. Taft and the Committee on Ar
rangements will proceed to the Execu
tiv Mansion, and, after luncheon at the
White House, will repair to the stand
erected immediately in front to wit
ness the inaugural parade, which is
scheduled to leave the Capitol not lat
er than 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
At the conclusion of the parade,
which is scheduled to he over by 6
o'clock in the evening, it is expected
President Wilson will hold an infor
mal reception at the White House, al
though this has not been definitely
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Witn tno aomiuuiiiiicut u> ?...~
ural ball at the sugestlon of President
Wilson, the only other feature of the
inaugural ceremonies, the fire works
display on the Monument grounds just
back of the White House will begin at
8:30 o'clock. The Committee on Fire
works has $25,000 at its disposal for
Mrs. Wilson will not accompany her
husband to the Capitol, but will be
escorted by a special aide and occupy
carriage provided for her by the Com
mittee on Arangements.
WALES WILL BE TWO
YEARS AT OXFORD
LONDON, Feb. 21?The Daily Mail
j says the progress made by the Prince
, of Wales at Oxford is so satisfactory
! that it is understood that his residence
, at the University will be extended to
The Prince pays weekly visits to Sir
William Anson, noted constitutional
ist, for the discussion oi current
THOMAS WOODROW WILSON
WASHINGTON, Feb. 21.? General
Leonard Wood, grand marshal of the
inaugural parade, is giving President
elect Wilson his full name?Thomas
Woodrow Wilson?on all of the com
missions issued by him. This fact was
disclosed today in a letter received by
Gen. Wood from a firm of Philadel
phia engravers who have the contract
for engraving the commissions.
The firm expressed regret at not
being prompt in the delivery of th?
commissions and explained that they
were not aware that Gov. Wilson's
name is Thomas Woodrow Wilson un
till they had engraved the name on
the plates at Woodrow Wilson. The
error has been corrected and the com
missions will be delivered next week.
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A BOOSTER FOR
HIS HOME DISTRICT
"Fairbanks district is developing in
to a quartz country," said Representa
tive Daniel Driscoll, of Fairbanks,
"and while none of the mines that are
being worked show big veins of ore,
there are rich stringers that pay all
costs of development work and make
money for the owners beside. We
have also unlimited quantities of low
grade placer ground which will be
Mr. Driscoll Is particularly pleased
over the prospect of a competitive
transportation line to Fairbanks, the
White Pass & Yukon railroad having
announced its intentions to compete
for the trade of the Tanana and the
"Freight rates that have been
charged in the past," said Mr. Dris
coll, have been a heavy handicap on
the business of the Tanana country,
and we are hoping for relief. We have
a splendid section and all that we need
is more and better transportation fa
cilities, and these we hope to get in
: the near future."
Mr. Driscoll has been closely identi
fied with the business interests of Fair
banks district for years. He: resigned
the position of mayor of Fairbanks
j just before leaving for Juneau.
APRON AND NECKTIE
Do you want a good time? If so,
attend the apron and necktie social
that will be given by the Rebekahs of
Perseverance Lodge, Tuesday evening,
February 25th. Paste this date in
your hat. Everybody invited.
MRS. JOHN MUSETH, N.G.
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NOTICE is hereby given that the
registration books for the Municipal
and School Election, to be held on the I
first Tuesday in April, 1913, are now j
open at the office of Sowerby Bell,,
on Second street, between Seward;
and Main streets, between the hours
of 9 and 4 each business day. The
books will be closed on Saturday the;
29th day of March, 1913.
J. W. BELL,
Registration Officer. \
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
NOTICE is hereby given that the do-,
linquent tax list for year 1912-1913
will be published on or about Feb. 24,
1913. A. W. FOX,
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
CASE NO. 972-A
IN THE DISTRICT COURT- FOR THE
TERRITORY OF ALASKA, DIV.
NO. 1, AT JUNEAU
Charles Goldstein, Plaintiff, vs. Mrs.
F. Lyons, also known as, Blanche
TO Mrs. F. Lyons, also known as
Blanche Lyons, defendant: In the
name of the United States, and in ac
cordance with an order directing ser
vice of summons in the above enti
tled cause by publication made by
the above entitled court on the fourth
day of February, 1913, you are hereby
summoned to appear and answer, in
the above entitled court holden at Ju
neau, in said Division and Territory,!
within thirty (30) days after the 22nd
day of March, 1913, the complaint of
Charles Goldstein, wherein he de
mands judgment against you in the
sum of seventy-one dollars and nine
v-two cents ($71.92); with interest and
costs incurred herein, and for want
of an answer in the time above men
tioned the plaintiff will take judg
ment against you for the above!
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of the above entitled court this
4th day of Feb. 1913.
E. W. PETTIT, Clerk.
First publication Feb. 8th, 1913: last
publication March 22. 1913.
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