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3 Tells About Recent Wedding at the White House WASHINGTON. A story of how the "Cousins club," as the many relatives of the President and Mrs. Wilson are beginning to call themselves, or ganized into a little reception committee and did their best to make tho diplo mats "feel at home" at the wedding at the White kOUSIM CLUB S2SV(i& House the other day, was told by Mrs. George t !' &i&?'L.? Hnwn nt Mow York, nno of tho cotialnj. m-ra .a. kv nou music for us to dance with In the east room, but they did, and Lieutenant Santelmann and his musicians seemed to enjoy It as much as we did. They laughed and played on and on. "You know, 'Nell,' as we call Eleanor Wilson, is Just crazy about dunclng, and she Is a very fine dancer, too, one of the best I ever saw. When the music had been stopped for good she waved her hand appeallngly to Lieutenant Santelmann, and he laughed and led the band again for us. "We all danced, Including the bridesmaids, who were showing every one the dull gold-chased bracelets they had been given by the bride. A great many of ihe diplomats danced with Margaret Wilson, several of thoin ambassa dors, and she was greatly teased by all of us when she was lucky enough to catch the bride's bouquet. You know, It Is a superstition that the girl who catches the bride's bouquet at a wedding will be the next one to bo married among-those present. "There was a lot of simple fun like that and mlchlef, In which all tho young folks Joined, tho older people sitting around and chatting, Just as would be dono at a party at home. The president didn't dance, but he stood In one of the doorways of the east room for a long while, watching the fun and laughing and Joking with every one. ' "Most of -us had supper and dinner and lunch combined at the wedding breakfast. That kept up a long tlmo. There wasn't wine, but we hod fruit punch- Insterxl. WWMWMMMWWMWWWMWMWM Visitors Are Attracted by Squirrels in Parks QOME day," tald a visitor In the capltol grounds the other day, "the famous u pigeons of Venice which flock In so great numbers around the Cathedral c! St. Mark will have to look to tholr laurels. These widely known birds may dIUde the honors of tho admiration of tourists wliji the little gray squirrels which are fast be coming an interesting and picturesque feature ot Wellington's many fine green spaces." As for os tourists' aro concerned, here in Wash ington, many of them aro beginning to take pho tographs of the llttlo animals. Just as nearly every man and woman who visits Venice brings away snapshots showing 'some member of the riirty to'silng broad crumbs or something else to the great (locks of birds, so are the tourists who btroll through tho capltol grounds, the Smithson ian grounds and other parks taking photographs of some one stooping over and holding out a pea nue to the snappy little gray animals which are fast losing their extremo tlmldty. In his native lair the gray saulrrel It about as wild" as any animal alive. Hunters who depend upon a gray squirrel or two for breakfast know very well that they will run to cover at the slight sound of a snapping twig; and for that reason a wet day Is much better for hunting them than a dry day, as the crackling leave acare a squirrel Into his bole In the tree. t However. Washington's squirrels are becoming as friendly ,as house petsi'nd, the sight 'of one of them eating from tho hand of a tourist Is a "revelation1 to the Virginia or Maryland raounUlno'er,' who has' to" stay as quiet as a stone' statue in order to get within shooting' distance of one. The gray squirrels aro looked1 upon by the park authorities here aa wards of the nation, and a comfortable sum of money Is spent every winter In order to obtain food to keep the tittle pets from dying In the snows. Old weather sharps look upon the squirrels as Indicating the coming of a bard winter the way they hldo nuts. Just at this time' tho squirrels are showing unusual activity in making caches of peanuts, which is looked upon by the woodwlse as a sure sign, that there will be long-continued snows. Tho greatest enemies the squirrels have are the loose dogs and cats which sometimes prey upon them In the parks. Several foraging cats have been re cently "arrested" in tho capltol grounds on suspicion, and have been turned over to the police for disposition at the pound. AMVWMMWWMMMWMNMWMMMMMMWVVWWMtf Club Formed for the Interior Department Employes FOR some months Socretary of the Interior Lane has been working on the organization of a club for the Interior department employes. He believes that a closer association one with another of the workers of the great interior fhpV-aTrX-Wiv'Erl majociAT RlirVMN WYES V4L. I "J "3H flY cnriavp vuerrmm i was In the interior department for the purpose ot earning money, and that she was socially superior to most of the employes. The secretary met up with a good many setbacks of this kind, but In his genial way has been able to smooth out the difference between those social sets and has rounded them into a homogeneous body, and the Home club Is now an assured fact. Nearly 1,000 men and women are already part of tho membership, and It Is thought that it will be fully 3,000 when the club is finally established. Felines Are Vain? Prize Winners Flee Publicity PRIZE-WINNING cats on exhibition at the show of the Washington Cat club object to having their pictures taken. The appearance ot a news paper photoRrnpher with bis llttlo black camera was the signal the other day for a general exoauB oi me nign-pncea leunes, who are now roaming the streotB ot the capital. The next day nearly the entire police force was out searching for the animals, while physicians were busy treating bites and scratches on bands and arms as a result of the scramble that was made for tho cats as they gained their freodom. Several persons were severely bitten. Champion Lady Sonla, a high-priced Persian cat owned by Mrs. F, Y. Mathls of Greenwich, Conn., Is one of the missing animals.' She was valued at $500 and around her bushy neck was a $1,000 collar of torquolse, sell and gold. Four felines were lined up In front of the camera, and as the photographer said "Hold still, now," the cats Jumped. The last seen ot them was when they disappeared through the door. Miss O. Taylor of Syracuse, N. Y was the most seriously hurt In the at tempt to hold the cats., She was bitten and scratched about the bands and arms and had to be treated at a hospital. "Links" as Applied to Oolf. And speaking of games, how many know the origin of the word "links" as applied to the field on' 'which golf Is played? The dictionary says that "links" means stretch ot sandy soil, Interrupted by heather. But it comes from an old Saxon word "hllnc," which means a ledge, an embankment, a boundary. Malvern Link and the Links of St. -Andrews ware there and somebody Invented a game to go with (ham. Mrs. Howe Is the wife of George Howe, who lived for a long while with the president before he went into the White House, and whose educa tion was superintended by the president. "I was principally Impressed at the wedding by the ease at which every one seemed to feel, notwithstanding the 'grandness' of the occasion. Thero was nothing solemn about It, except the wedding procession and the forming of the line for the reception In tho blue room. "We kept the fun up until 9 o'clock at night. It was Just like a great, big family party In the south. I was somewhat surprised that the dig nified Marine band should play turkey trotting Q.Q0K PlfASANTj department would redound to the benefit ot all concerned. Secretary Lane met with a good deal of oppositionist first, because there aro so many kinds of' people drawing so many kinds of salaries in this big department, and the social lines are drawn very closely about certain salary grades In all departments In Washington. You could hardly expect a $900 clerk to associate on terms ot In timacy in social life with a $1,200 clerk, and so on. Secretary Lane asked one little old lady, who belongs to the Cliff Dweller class of Washington or, In other words, a "befo' the war" society woman who now works In government employ and takes In boarders for company It she would as sist In organizing this social club of the Interior department. The aristocratic old lady very snap pishly Informed him that she would not: that she His Idol Shattered. Papa.waa the biggest kind ot a hero to 'bis small son, In whose eyes be could do no wrong. One evening papa, talking over the day's business happenings with mamma, confided to her that he had acted very foolishly In regard to a certain matter. Paul burst Into bitter tears and was long in ex plaining his , grief. "I didn't know papas could' be silly," he mourned, finally. "Doea Oo4 sometimes act 1 silly top?" 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The Board, of County Commission ers finally assorted Its manhood on Monday and did what tho people elected It for decided to run the af fairs of tho county according to law, Tho President of the Board, who thought ho was the whole thing, was shorn of his power In resolutions which were adopted, charging him with various things. Tho charges wore four In number, In brief, as follows: 1 That he' had said publicly that unless his committee appointments were approved "he will wait until such tlmo, later during the winter, as want and distress of the families ot hundreds of poor county employes, unpaid because there Is no finance committee, shall drive this board, against Its best Judgment, to accept his mandates." 2 That he and the minority of the ooard refused money to enable the State's Attorney to bring witnesses In the Logue murder case to the city. 3 That the president encouraged crime by announcing that the State's Attorney could not expect co-operation of the board In prosecuting criminals. 4 That the president has appeared in suits in behalf of some defendants against whom the board had directed suit to be brought, including Muni cipal Court fines' of $12,000 a month. ' The resolution then recommended thai tho president be shorn of his committee appointments', Including his right to be an-offlclo member of all committees, as well as all other ap pointments not expressly provided for In the statutes. The resolution wound by appointing the following commit tees: Finance John E. Moloney, chair man; Albert Nowak, Frank Ragon, Josoph Fitzgerald and Harley B. Mitchell. Public Service Stanley Kuflewskl, chairman, and all other members of tho board. Roads and Bridges Daniel Harris, chairman; Hartley Burg, Frank Ra gen, John E. Maloney and John Qard. Building Petor Bartzon, chairman; John E. Maloney, ' Daniel J., Harris, Bartley Burg and A. M. Anderson. Legislation Frank Ragen, chair man; Peter 'Bartzen, Albert Nowak, Stanley Kuflewskl and Ellsworth M. Board. Civil Service Joseph M. Fitzgerald, Professional Card's to. Hamilton Lewis ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR Commercial Natkwal Bnk Md. Spencer Ward LAWYER Rector Building Clark and Monroe Streets CHICAGO Teles OMtral 4111 Goodrich, Vincent & Bradley Lawyer TN Rookery, GHlotago Adams A. Ooodrich ,WlNInA.VIncttit Rata R. Bradley Wabaah4tt A. DOYLE. to be Slated for the Federal Bench. chairman; Hnrley B. Mitchell, Daniel Morlarity, Frank Ragen and Peter Uartzen. William A. Doyle, the well-known Chlcngo' lawyer, is said to bo slated for the vacancy on tho Federnlbench in Chlcngo. Mr. Doylo Is universally rcspectqd and no man stands higher nt tho bnr or better with tho people. Mr. B. 12. Sunny, tho distinguished multimillionaire (not over taxed), was frank and refreshing In his heart to heart talk with tho City Council com mitted , "Wo only know In a general way about the automatic properties," Mr. Sunny told the committee. "But wo feel It a foregone conclusion that com petition Is futile and cannot last any length of. time. If tho -sale 1b not authorized at, this time, new capital probably will be added to the. auto matic company and the sale price will be $10,000,000 to $25,000,000, Instead of $6,300,000." It was pointed out City Electrician Palmer valued the automatic prop erty at from $2,000,000 to $4,000,000. "Who Is making the purchase?" asked Alderman Long. "The American Telephone and Tele graph Company for the Chicago Tele phone Company," replied Mr. Sunny. , "Will, the A..T. ft T, stand .the lossT" said Alderman Long. .'i,j,( , , ", "Yes." ' "If theA. T. & T, buys at-. $0,000,000 and the property Is only worth $2, 000,000, the A. T. ft T. stands the loss?" continued Alderman Long. "That Is true," was the response. Yes, and the people of Chicago-will have to pay for the "loss" In high rates and tho, present "service," which speaks for Itself. Hero are the names ot your Aldor men who voted to glvo the Automatic to 'the Phono Trust In tlio commit teo:' Ryan; - Vavrlcek, Haderloln, Bowler, Twlgg and Janovsky. Hero aro tho names of your 'Aldermen who voted ngalnst giving tho city's, rights in tho Automatic to tho .Phono Trust: Long, Merrlam, Block, Bellfuss, Burns, Hoy and Bradshaw. Cement graft In the City Hall has been caught In the act in the Ad dison street robbery. TCLEPHONC RANDOLPH ItSt IRWIN R- HAZEN Attorney at Law Ot Title and Trust Bulldinfl CHICAGO Taleathen Central MS Asa G. Adams LAWYER 76 Wt Monro Stroot CHICAGO FnMbM.Ltw LaoylUAMS , PkuM Central 111! Lowes & Richards Attorneys at Law 127 N. Daarbara St CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL CARDS, Stillman B. Jamieson Attorney at Law ASHLAND IL0CK G. E. CRUIKSHANK Attcrney at Law St as, 12 Li SHU Strut CMCAIO TILIfHONI I97B MAIN William D Munhall ATTORNEY AT LAW If 16 Ashland Block Clark and Randolph Sti. CHICAGO Telephone Randolph 3325 C. HELMER JOHNSON ATTORNEY AT LAW 179 W. WASHINGTON ST. CHICAQO Main 1347 Automatic 34ISI S. E. Cor. Fifth Ave. and Wash ington Street Beds' in i IWI Balmofit Aveswe MnOrsMtaa4 IIM JOSEPH A. WEBER LAWYER Suite 1314 Ashland Block CHICAQO trains Automatic Itll I Central M 1 Randolph DM Fowler & McDonnell LAWYERS 1444 Pint Natitaa laakMf. CHICAGO Prank L. Powlar Frauds A. McDi ill Frank II, Novak Chorlci W.Novak NOVAK & NOVAK Attorneys at Law Suite 408, 69 W. Washington St. ' Phor Central 53SO THW.IIMhSt, WtttPsltaM Phono W. P. 89 CHICAGO A A. Wortley Attorney and Counsellor at Law Suits 1010 N. ITS Wst Washington CHICAGO iSTMMaa I Main 90 TlphoniMaln44M (Auto.JJ.8M Coburn & Bentley AtterMys aai CaaaMUara at Law Suit 88 1M North La Sail Strot CHICAGO kytMB. Crafts 0o.M.Stva Crafts & Stevens Attorneys and Ceunselors at Law Roams f)i7, ! ana) ! TOOK EXCHANGE SLOG. MUNICIPAL NEWS Some Items of Interest From the Public Offices About Occur rences of the Week. Gold brick opinion by Sexton: That tho proposed merger of tho Automatic Telephone Company with the Dell Telephone Company would not "necessarily" be a violation of the Sherman anti-trust law was the sub stance of an opinion submitted by tho Corporation Council to tho gas, oil and electric light committee. A Federal Grand Jury might think otherwise. City officials will be indicted sure as they live If they give away the city's rights In tho Automatic to make a tolephone trust and monopoly In Chicago. John McQlllcn certainly stirred the animals up last Sunday. Tho "sissy" politicians and powder puff editors have had a terrible spelt over his speech. Somo Democratic officeholders are so wrapped up in woman's suffrage that they forget their friends. The standing committees as recom mended by the nonpartisan organiza tion committee, the first named on each being chairman, and adopted by the council are: Finance Rtcnert, Harding, Long, Emerson, Lawley, Bellfuss, Silts, Pltte, Qelger, Krumholz, Lipps, Wil son, Twlgg, Kcarns, Holding. Local' transportation Block, Mayer, Rlchert, Carr, Long, McDonald, Clan cy, Healy (18th), Captain Lipps, Wil son, Twlgg, Bergen, Fisher, Hasen, Toman, Donahoo. Gas, oil and electric light Sltts, Ryan, Long, Merrlam, Block, Vavrl cek, Bellfuss, Walkowlak, Bowler, Burns, Hey Haderleln, Twlgg, Janov sky, Kearns, Bradshaw, Healy (35th), Harbors, wuarvea and bridges Lit tler, Kenna, Morris, Nanco, Emerson, Kerner, Czekala, Gaxzolo, Gelger Bauler, Hey, Freund, Treblng, McDer mott, Swift Local Industries Fisher, Mayer. Carr, Klaus, Cullerton, Novak, Law ley, Czekala, Sltts, Schaeffor, Kitiin holt, Pretzel, Wilson, McDonnou Bergen. !HBBHl.i.lHHH..H BmafaaRHaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa" IbsaaaOBWaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaP aaHalaaaaaaaaaaaaa&-;V -aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH iBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, , ;(:'.'IBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan!f . '''"K !aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV 'laaaBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHHaaaEBaPiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai lHFaaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaHaaaaKaaaamaaaaaaaaaaal ffiJaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaHammaaaK JrVSaPJiPiaWWaaaaaaaOaaaWjaa aBBBBBBBBBBSMHJRBBaaaVaBwXhMil I'faafiKfflaaaaaaaaaamT ' aaaaV&i&HLwt! IMMaWaMSaaV: .Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa&MaiiWB? NBl LaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWf' Iraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa VAaalaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKd liaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaav aaanaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHKK aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVBw' .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiK ALBERT J. HOPKIN8, Former Unltsd States Senator With a Good Record, Who la Being Urged to Bs a Candidate Nsxt Year. The La Salle Street Trust and Savings Bank OF CHICAQO LA SALLE AND QUINCY STREETS Capital $ 1 ,000,000.00 Surplus $250,000.00 United States Depository for Postal Savings Funds SAVINOS ACCOUNTS of 1.00 ot more received on which interest is allowed at the rate of 3 per annum. CHECKINQ ACCOUNTS invited on the most favorable terms consistent with safe banking. illOH ORADE BONDS secured by First Mortgages on Catholic Church property, netting from & to 6. WILLIAM LORIMER , President C. B. MUNDAY, Vice-Preildent , CHARLES O. FOX, Caihler THOS. MCDONALD. Aut. Caihler M. H. LISTON, Mgr. Savings Dept. DEPOSITORY FOR CITY OF CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL CARDS, Talaphana Central MS. L. D. Condee ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT LAW 31 North Daarborn St. a Judiciary, el3.-Matlon, election! and rules l.. 'tughlln, Hal wig, Bewersdorf, .iter, Ahern, Clan cy, Utpatel, Walkowlak, Powers, Bau ler, KJellander, Capltaln, Swift, Hold ing, Hazen, Held. Streets and alleys, taxations an street nomenclature Healy (18th), Coughlln, Norrls, Cross, Klaus, Mc Donald, Utpatel, Kunz, Abrahams, Burns, KJellander, Haderleln, McDr mott, Swift, Toman, License Fltte, Norrls, Ryan, Mer rlaro, Cross, Vavrlcek, Novak, Ahera, Utpatel, Bowler, Hey, Haderleln, Jan ovsky, Bradshaw, Held. Buildings and city hall Clncy, Nash, Carr, Cross, Vanderbllt, Klaus, Bewersdorf, Walkowlak, Powers, Schaeffer, Pretzel, Treblnc. Littler, Latchford. Healy (35th). Schools, Are, police and civil servlc Ryan, Harding, Mayer, Rlchert, Mar tin, Helwlg, Block, Vavrlcek, Bewers dorf, Gelger, KJellander, Bergea, Bradshaw, Hold, Healy (35th). Health? ance, Nash, Martin, "Mer rlam, Vanderbllt, Cullerton, Ahera, Lawley, Kunz, Gazzolo, Abrahams, Freund, Pretzel, Littler, Latchford. Water Toman, Kenna, Ryan, Mar tin, Helwlg, Vanderbllt, Kerner, Kuns, Gazzolo, Powers, Abrahams, Schaeffer, Freund, Latchford, Hazen. Railway terminals Gelger, Kenna, Harding, Rlchert, Helwlg, Bewersdorf, McDonald, Utpatel, Healy (18th), Howler, Schaeffer, Capltaln, Littler, Fisher, Donahoe. , The select committees named by Mayor Harrison In accordance with council resolutions were: Track elevation Janovsky, chair man; Fisher, Emerson, Kearns, Bau ler, 'Nance, Czekala, Treblng and Nash. Compensation Harding, chairman; Bellfuss, Lipps, Krumholz, Holding, Pltte. Bathing beaches and recreatioa piers Norrls, chairman; Bowler, No vak, Cross and Burns. Special park commission Aldormaa Bellfuss, chairman; Capltaln, cough lln, Cullerton and McDonald, and Os car F. Mayer, Jens Jensen, Uyrll Flala, Paul Drzymalskl, Peter S. Goodman, F A. I.lndstrartd, Charles Bock, n.'tirp- nndnu. Simuel J. Rosenblatt and the Itev. Julius Rappaport. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ARTHUR W. FULTON Lawyer 1103 ASHLAND BLOCK Residence 3343 Msnrse Strati CHICAM TtaaM: otfiet, Cwrtral 43M Kadiw aaaat 'i