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I G THE WASHINGTON TIMES FRIDAY MAY 6 H10i i9O
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FRIDAY MAY f fIrish aM aMIrIsh
Irish Lnd the favorite won the theMetropolitan theMetropolitan
Metropolitan Handicap the first big bi bihorse
horse race of the season The name namemade namemade nani
made it a 8 cinch especially ospocIalljin in Now NowYork NewYork NovYork
York whore everybody is good to tho thoIrish tl10Iris11
Irish IrishApropos Iris11Apropos
Apropos of exPresident Clevelands Clevelandsdefense Clevelandsdefense
defense of his bond b nd deal Senator SenatorStewart SenatorStewart
Stewart advances the pertinent in inquiry inquiry inquiry ¬
quiry Among whom was the thirty thirtymil thirtymilliondollar
mil milliondollar liondollar profit divided Prob Probably Probably ¬
ably if the truth were known that thatIs thatis
Is the very question qUe8t1onwhich which has been beentroubling beentroubling
troubling the exPresident all these th880ears theseyears
years yearsThat ears earsThat
That aggregation ag CftUon of heroes known knownas
as the Washington baseball town townwon toamwon
won a game from New York yeeter yeeterday je ter terday
day As their th lr first firstictory victory of the theseason theSEason
season it doaorres this much notice noticeat noticeat
at least but the fact that eight fat faterrors faterrors
errors loom up in the New York side sideof sideof
of the score does not increase ones onesconfidence onesconfidence
confidence in the future futureThe futureThe
The United Christian party now in insession
session In St Louis threatens to tonominate tonominate tonominate
nominate a Presidential ticket of its itsown itsown it
own unless some one of tho big par parties ¬
ties indorses its platform pll ttorm It strikes strikesus I Ius
us that a platform which would ould really reallyunite rOOllyunite
unite Christianity would gain noth nothing ¬
ing from the indorsement of a politi political ¬
cal party part It would be practice of ofthat ofthat ol
that platform by humanity humnnityas as a whole wholewhich wholewhich wholEwhich
which would really reall count countSome countSome
Some emploj emploos oa at the Congres Congressional Congressional Congreeslonal ¬
sional Library are complaining be because because ¬
cause they are likely to o lose a good goodshare goodshare I
share of their vacation acati n on account of ofdays ofdays 01 01days
days docked as the result of too zeal zealous zealous zealous ¬
ous devotion to the sick leave leaveprivilege leaveprivilege
privilege We grant that t at it does doesseem doesseem doe I
seem sort o o1aQ OLtaugh tough nch as as the hot hot weather weatherapproaches weatherapproachll weatheiapproach
approaches approach but how about the well wellones we11ones wel I Iones
ones who did dfdoxtrnwork extra rtrawork work through the thewinter thewinter
winter After all ail sticking faith faithfully faithfUlly ¬
fully to the job is not a crime crimeThe crimeThe crimeThe
The administration of tae United UnitedStates UnitedStates I IStates
States territory in Panama compris comprising comprisIng comprislug ¬
ing the canal strip will be from the thePresident thi thiPresident
President through the Secretary of ofWar ofWar o oWar
War to the Canal Commission thus thusfollowing thusfOllowIng thmfollowing
following about the seme method em employed employed amployed ¬
ployed with the Philippines P4 Uppines Already Alreadywe Alroodjwe Alroad Alroadwe
we seem to sense sen c the blow this is isgoing isgoing ii iigoing
going to be to those distinguished distinguishedBoston disUIii ished ishedBoston 1 1Boston
Boston antiimperialists Gamaliel GamalielBradford GamalielBradford I
Bradford Fiske Warren and Erving Ervingins10w 7
Winslow WinslowSenator WinslowSenator ins10w ins10wSenator
Senator Matthew Stanley Quay of ofPennsylvania otPennsylvania o f fPennsylvania
Pennsylvania has just had his picture picturetaken picturetaken e etaken
taken in Indian costume tq send to tohis tohis t 0 0his
his traditional friends the Delaware DelawareIndians DelawarEIndians DelawarIndians
Indians of Oklahoma Territory Territor Tervit rf It Itseems Ii Iiseems I t tseems
seems that the Senator has a strain strainof strainof stral a aof
of Delaware blood in his veins which whichmay whichmay t tmay
may account for the neatness and andaplomb andaplomb an ti tiaplomb
aplomb with which he has ambus ambuscaded ambuscaded ambuecaded ¬
caded and seal scalped pad so many of his po political political j jilUcal ¬
litical enemies during a long Ion and andprosperous andprosperous an ci ciprosperous
prosperous career careerThe C8reoThe careerThe
The expelling of two cadets who whowere whowere wh 0 0were
were guilty of insulting insultingyoung young oung wo women women wemen ¬
men from rom the Virginia Polytechnic PolytechnicInstitute POltechnieInstitute C Cinstitute
Institute by their t eIr follow cadets with without without without ¬
out waiting for official action may maynot maynot ma y ynot
not have been the wisest of actions actionsfrom actionsfrom actionfrom
from a strictly judicial point of view viewbut viesbut VIewbut
but it assuredly declares the praisc praiscworthy praiscworthy
worthy chivalry and genuine man manhood manhood L Lhood
hood of the main body bod of students studentsMoreover studentsMoreoor I IMoreover
Moreover such punishment coming comingso comm S Sso j jso
so summarily from such a source sourceexemplifies 80urcexemplitles E Eexemplifies
exemplifies a vigor lgor of public sent senUment 1 1ment
ment that will effectually squelch squelchthe h hthe j jthe
the future freshness fre hnOM of the few fewAlthough fewAlthough j jAlthough
Although the military experts fight ftghtIng fighting ftglilIng ¬
ing the war from the vantage vanta < < e ground groundon groun d don
on this side of the globe came to the theconclusion theconclusion th e econclusion
conclusion some time ago that the thecapture thecapture tb a acapture
capture of Port Arthur was as a matter matterof matts r rof
of secondary Importance the Japan Japanese Jp n nese L Lose ¬
ese who are fighting the war on the thespot thespot UI e espot
spot seem determined to take the theplace theplace tb e eplace
place just the same The final cork corking corking corklug ¬
ing of the harbor and the Russian Russiandefeat RuIandefeat n ndefeat
defeat on the Yalu have brought the theJapanese theJapan86e Ui e eJapanese
Japanese plan to a focus Their Theirtransports Theirtransports Thel Fr Frtransports
transports are reported on the south southand eout out h hand
and northwest of the Russian Rus hm strong stronghold stroDtthold stron stronhold ¬
hold and evidently evldenti a double double landing landingis landis g gIs
is to be expected Regardless Re rdlOSfS of any anypossible anyp058ible an y ypossible
possible strategic gain from a Japan Japanese JaPflncee I ¬
ese victory at the place without withoutquestion withoutquestion wIth it itquestion
question its effect on Russias already alreadyrapidly alroodyrapidly airoad y yrapidly
rapidly diminishing prestige would wouldbe wouldbe woul d dbe
be great In these modern days daysknowing daysknowing day S Sknowing
knowing that one is 1 Isgolng going goin tp o be lick licked Uckcd lie C Ced ¬
ed Is just as good as actually getting gettinglicked gettinglicked gettin g glicked
licked lickedNotwithstanding lickedNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding Notwitb tandlng the antitrust antitrustbandwagon anti1rn t tbandwagon tbandwagon
bandwagon with which he has h baW baWparading b bo eu euparading 21 21parading
parading the sreats r ets during the post postweek Dfi8 Dfi8week It Itweek
week and the barl bar only a trifle trifleless trJ trJless trill La Laless
less conspicuously displayed the thePresidential U Ut UtPresidential
Presidential aspirations of William WilliamR Will VUlfamR a Lu LuB
R Hearst received a cold douch at atthe atthe U Uthe
the Democratic Ddmocratlc primaries yesterday yesterdayquite ye yesterds terday y yquite
quite in line with his experience in inresponsible inrcsponsfblo I n nresponsible I
responsible communlUw comnuniU throughout throughoutthe throuhoi It Itthe
t the country Claim oC a solid o11d union unionvote unionvote usia Ifl Iflvote
vote go for naught when hon one has hastwo hutwo hI ta tatwo I
two delegates against asainet him to one no for forhim fDrhim fz r rhim
him Tho District of Columbia is i
t quite q uite willing that Mr Hearst should shouldseek shouldseok
seek s eek out any sandhill that pleasesim
sh
him h im and bury therein his diminished diminishedhead diminishcdhood
head h ead while Mr Norris will convoy convoyan convoyan convoyn
ha
an a n uninstructed delegation to St StLduis StL Stouis
Lduis L ouis uis as a practical token of what whathis whathis
his h is friends think of him himi Again the thesimple thesimple theimple
simple s truth is demonstrated that it ittakes ittakes
takes t morethan excess conversation conversationfree conversationfree conversationree
tf
free f ree political buttons even the dol dollars dollars dolars ¬
lars l ars of our daddies to win at the thepolls thepolls
polls p olls
That School Schoo1Scarid1 Scandal ScandalMr
Mr M r Macfarlands Singular Indepen Independence Independence Independeuce ¬
dence of President Roosevelt RooseveltThe RooseveltThe
The move in Congress to bring to tolight tolight
light l the secret investigation Into Intoschool intochool into intoschool
ls
school s conditions has caused some of ofits ofits
its I ts many extraordinary features to tobecome tobecomo
become b ecome known knownOne knownOne knownOne
One of these was Commissioner CommissionerMacfarlands CommissioneriIacfarlands
Macfarlands M announcemQnt of his of official official ¬
ficial fi cisi independence i dep ndonce of the President Presidentof pr 8iddnt 8iddntof
of o f the United Status Early in tho thoinvestigation thoinesUKation
oI
investigation I he thus declared his hisposition hispo
position po p osition iUon with regard to any direc directions directions direcons ¬
tions li ons from the President PresidentThe
The TI Prerident simply mpy eonuHUUteateil to m mwhat me mewhat
what w hat be had beard from Dr Butler requectittff requectittffmt
mt m e to we e two penooa peno aad left the matter matterthere tt r rdre
there t except ftmlly ta suggest tfeat I lay it itbefore itbefoN
tb
before b efore the Hoard of ComiHtaioners I did not notcity notCC1IIIklPr notonf4er
CC1IIIklPr c that 1M he WM etiftr tbi as HUlyor mor of the theCity
city City cf ty of Washington Washingtonthe Ion amch leM Iee iii e geV8rD8l ef eftile
the t tIi e District knowiru knowIr tfcat be IMS I no sack power powert P ef effa
fa Ii i Jw or I Iii fItrio 1aet and I did what t I did < Hd until untilI til tilI
I laid I 1Id the matter before beuw the lionwl of Commit Committoocn ComsioIuet otmni
IIiottM Ef EfI toocn oIuet aintply mp as the friend of the Ireaklmt IreaklmtI IteJlks t tI
I would not have ve done tIe 40 e oOcially omdall what Nt I did didlor Mdjor
lor o r him hi penoMlly IJ My 1t I oMcial connection con edion with withthe withtJHo
the t he matter mstt began n on the day da that I laid it be before 1JefOre ¬
fore fO r the Board of Couuniwioocrs and sud recom recommended tecGIDmetMfed recoinemfeul ¬
mended m mw emfeul that the Bean Il aak for charges and andwitanm andwit andltaeinei
witanm wit w and H give the case a fair trial trialWhatever trialWhatever trialWhatever
Whatever the opinion of the presi president president prosient ¬
dent d ent of the Commissioners of the Dis District DistrIct ¬
dt
trict t may be on the subject it is very verycertain veryc veryertain
certain c rtain that neither Commissioner CommissionerWest CommissionerVest CommissionerWest
West nor Commissioner Biddle sub subscribes subscribes ¬
scribes s to any such denial of Presi Presidential Presidential ¬
dential d ential authority authorityThere authorityThere
There Is however one power to towhich towhich
which w hich Mr Macfarland promptly bows bowsand bowsI
I and a nd without question Whenever Yhe ever the theactive th
active a ctive spirit of the Whitod Thitoo Sepul Sepulchre Sepulchre Sepulhre ¬
chre c hre says wigwag wigwag it is isThis I8This
This school record shows that from fromfirst fromfirst rots I
fio first fi rst to last the active representative representativeof
of o f the Star was Mr Macfarlands Macfarlandsmontor Macfarlandsmontor I Imentor
montor friend and guide As the theCommissioner th I Iommissioner
Commissioner C announced When I Ilearned
learned l from Mr Noyes that there thereWould therewould ther f
Would be no resignation I laid the thematter thematter th I
matter before the Board of Commis Commissioners Commissioners ¬
sioners a officially etc The resigna resignation resignation ¬
tion t ion which had been offered upon uponMr uponMr t
Mr Mapfarlands Ma4 Ma arlands advice had been beenwithheld beerwithheld I
withheld thheld upon the emphatic advice advicebf advicebe advictE
bf b E Mr Noyes And so o as far as the thehead theead thE
head h ead Commissioner is concerned the theDistrict theDistrict
District Building was simply an an ann annsx annx
n nsx nx r to the th Whiied 4 d Sepulchre SepulchreThe SepulchreThe
The Familiar Clamor ClamorDemocrats ClamorDI ClamorDomocrats
Democrats DI nocrats Object to t > Expenditures in inCongress InCongress
Congress CongressThere CongressThere CongressThere
There are signs that the Democrats Democratsare
are fire re contemplating reviving their fa familiar fa familiar familiar ¬
miliar complaints about the expendi expenditures cxpenditures ¬
tures of Congress They have put putforward putforward putforward
forward Representative Pierce of ofTennessee ofTennessee ofTennessee
Tennessee one of the members of the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House Committee on Appropriations Appropriationswho AppropriatI ns nswho
who describes the aggregate appro appropriations approprIations approprlations ¬
priations of the recent session of ofCongress ofCopgress ofCongress
Congress as an enormous total and andgoes andgoes
goes on to express apprehension that thatthe
the next ne t session of Congress may ap appropriate appropriate appropriate ¬
propriate 1000000000 ana open the theway theway theway
way to a total for the Fiftyeighth FiftyeighthCongress FiftyeighthCongress FiftyeighthCongress
Congress even in excess of the last lastCongress lastCongress lastCongress
Congress which carried appropria appropriations appropriations appropriations ¬
tions aggregating 1850000000 Hav Having Having Haying ¬
ing evolved these figures out of his hisinner hisinner hisinner
inner consciousness Mr Pierce Pi rc pro proceeds proceeds ¬
ceeds to remark that the majority majorityparty majorityparty majorityparty
party is planning to spend overy overycent ovarycent
cent in the treasury and will soon be beborrowing beborrowing beborrowing I
borrowing borrowingNot borrowingNot borrowingNot
Not the least important expendi expenditures expenditures expendtures ¬
tures of the recent session sesslonl Mr Pierce Pierceobserves P Prceobserves rce rceobserves
observes have been for the army armynavy armynavy armynavy
navy and fortifications and he pro proceeds proceeds proceeds ¬
ceeds to make comparisons between betweenthe betweenthe
the outlays for these purposes under underthe underthe underthe
the present Administration and those thoseunder thoseI thoseunder
under the second Administration of ofPresident orPresident ofPresident
I
President Cleveland What Mr Pierce Piercehopes Piercehope Piercehopes
hopes to accomplish by comparisons comparisonslike comparIsonsIike comparisonslike
like those it is i difficult to say No NoDemocrat NoD9mocrat NoDemocrat
Democrat in Congress or out of it itcan itcan itplac
can place plac a finger qpon a single ingle1tom singleitomOf ingle1tomof itom itomof
of expenditure for the army for the thenavy thonay thenavy
navy or for fortifications which has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not been honestly spent and for forwhich forwhich forwhich
which the full moneys worth has not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been received receivedThe recehooTho receivedThe
The Democrats in Congress have havenot havenot havenot
not dared to oppose these th e appropria appropriations appropriations appropriations ¬
tions because they know they are es essential 08Hntlal essentlal ¬
sential to the th national security and andprosperity andprosperity andprosperity
prosperity and that they could hot hotface notface not notface
face their constituents if they voted votedagainst votedagainst oted otedagaIn8t
against them Mr Gorman made a afeeble afeeble afeeble
feeble attempt to rally his Demo Democratic Domocratic Democratic ¬
cratic colleagues against the appro appropriations appropriations appropriatlons ¬
priations for naval construction but buteven bute8n buteven
even he was forced to abandon the theenterprise theefttorprise theenterprise
enterprise enterpriseThe efttorpriseThe enterpriseThe
The comparison of present pro onttexpendi onttexpenditures expendi expenditures oxponditurM ¬
tures with those under the Cleveland ClevelandAdministration ClevelandAdministration ClevelandAdministration
Administration is entirely mislead misleading misleading misleading ¬
ing as Mr Piorce well knows be because becau because ¬
cause cau c the conditions have wholly whollychanged whotlychanged whollychanged
changed in the meantime We Ve havo haveentered havoentered havoentered
entered upon vast ast responsibilities responsibilitieswe r08ponslbIliUwe
we have taken a new position po ltion in inworld inworld inworld
world affairs and we are obliged to toraainUin tomaintain tomaintain
maintain an adequate navy to bring bringthe bringtho bringthe
the fortifications of our thousands bf bfmiles f fmiles fmiles
miles of coastline somewhat up UJ > to todate todate todate
date and nd to sustain an army which whichalthough whichlthough whichalthough
although preposterously small If Ifjudged Itjudgod Ifjudged
judged by European standards may mayyet ma mayet mayyet
yet be adequate ad qu ate under careful man management manft manaGlflQflt ¬
agement ft mont for r our actual needs needsThose neodlThoc needsThese
Those expenditures being necessary necessaryand noce necessaryand ory oryand
and being proven to be necessary n cOHary by bythe bythe bytbe
the failure of the opposition party to
1 I 1I vote v ote against them it Is idle after afterthey afterthey afterhey
they t hey are made to raise a clamor clamorabout clamorabout clamorbout
about a bout them in an attempt to confuse confusethe confusethe confusee
the th e public mind mindj mindOur
I
j 1 O Our r Present P Population PopulationProbably Populationrobably pulationo pulationoI
I Probably P robably a Million Iiilion More Than the Esti Estimate Estimate Estimate ¬
mate of the Census Bureau BureauIn BureauI BureauIn
I In estimating the population of tbe tbeUnited th thUnited thnited
United U nited States St tes on June 1 1903 to have haveboon haveboon haveoon
boon b oon 70900389 the Census Bureau is ismore ismore isore
bm
more m ore than conservative con conservativeit crvativeit it is proba probably probably probuly ¬
bly b ly at least 1000000 short of the ac actual actual acual ¬
bt
tual t ual number numberThe numberThe iitimberThe
The increase during the three years yearspreceding yearspreceding yearsreceding
preceding p 1903 is given by the Bureau Bureauat
pa
at a t 3906814 Inasmuch as during duringthese duringhese uringthese
these t three years the rush of immi immigration immigration 1mmration ¬
gration g ration into this country was onor enormous onormous onoruous ¬
mous l reaching over lOOOOOO this es estimate esimate ¬
lt
timate t implies as pointed out by a awriter awriter ariter
writer w riter in the National Geographic GeographicMagazine GeographicMagazine Geographicagazine
Magazine M agazine that our natural increase increaseby increaseby increasey
by b y excess of births over deaths has hasbeen haSb haEeen
been b een en only 3000000 This This amounts amountsto
to t o about ab ut 009 per cent natural in increase increase inrease ¬
tc
crease c a year yearOur yearOur ear earOur
Our natural rate of increase for the thedecade thedecade theecade
decade d ecade 18901900 averaged nearly nearlytwice nearlytwice nearlywice
twice t as much much01i7 0157 If our natural naturalincrease naturalincrease naturalncrease
increase i ncrease has ba continued at this same samerate samerateand sameateand
rate rateand r and there therois is no good reason for forasserting forassertln forsserUng
asserting assertln a that it has appreciably di diminished dII diinished ¬
I minished m inished during durin the thr three e years yearswo yearswohave yearsweave wo wohave
have h ave had an excess of births over overdeaths overdeaths vor voreaths
deaths d of 3572000 which would show showour showour showur
our o ur total population on June 1 1903 1903to 1903to 1903o
to t o have been 81472000 instead of of7U9003S9
7U9003S9 7 1OaS9 as the Census Bureau Bureauseems Burea11I Bureaueems
I seems s to think it was wasFlesh wasFlesh wasFlesh
Flesh and Spirit SpiritWherein Spiritvherein Spiritherein
Wherein W herein Is Indicated Analogy Between BetweenSandwiches BetweenSandwiches BetweenSandwiches
Sandwiches and Heaven HeavenThe HeavenThe HeavenThe
The Methodist brother at home has hasalways hasalways haslways
always a been noted for his robust type typeof typeof typef
of o f Christianity Christian it and evidently he does doesnot doesnot doesot
not n ot leave this behind him when he hetakes hetakes heakes
takes t to traveling The arrival of ofthree ofthree ofhree
three t thousand of him in Los An Angeles Angeles Aneles ¬
geles g eles for f r the general conference of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the church after having literally con constructed constructod contructed ¬
structed a the railroad bed over which whichthey whichthe whichhey
they the t hey rode into the glorious State of ofCalifornia orCalifornia ofCalifornia
California bears eloquent evidence evidenceof
of f this fact factThree factThree factThree
I
Three thousand persons all in a abunch aI aunch
I bunch b unch are more than the railroads railroadscrossing railroadscrossing railroadsrossing
crossing c the Rockies are expected to tocarry tocarry toarry
carry c Consequently Con equently it was inevit inevitable inevitabe inevitble ¬
able a ble that something should break breakdown breakdown breakown
down d own That the break chanced to tooccur toI toccur
I occur o ccur in the Grand Canyon of the thoColorado thei theColorado
i Colorado was unpleasant for the theMethodists theIethodlsts theMothodists
Methodists but lucky luck for the ralK ralKroad rail railroad rai1oad
road r oad The Grand Canyon Can on of the Col Colorado Colorado Calrado ¬
orado o rado is a long way from the sand sandwich san sanwich sandwich ¬
wich and the sandwich is just as asmuch asmuch armuch
much much an article of creature comfort comfortin comfortn
in h i n the far West as it is in the near
East EastWhen EastV
When V en hi his liB Virginian noblemen noblemenwould noblJme noblJmewoul noblpmenwoul4
would woul woul4 not work Capt John Smith Smithsaid Smithsaid Smithsaid
said that they should not eat and andenforced ande andenforced
enforced e forced the saying s jng The railroad railroadcompany railroadcompany railroadcompany
company probably probably said nothing nothingthat nothingthatis that thatis
is i s a way railroad companies have haveBut haVeBut haveBut
But the Methodists saw the point pointnevertheless pointnevertheless pocntnevertheless
nevertheless With thoughts of ofsandwiches ofsandwI ofsandwiabes
sandwiches sandwI es in their heads they toiled toiledmightily toiledmightily toiledmighUly
mightily with their hands and the theresult theresult theresult
result of their building was a railroad railroadwhich railroadI railroadwhich
I which stood stoodj stoodWe
j We Ve are not preaching sermons to toI today
1 day but if we were Vie should prob probably probably probably ¬
ably remark that the test of the real realvalue realvalue realvalue
value of religion comes in its practi practical practical practical ¬
cal application to the problem at athand athand athand
hand Then we might add that abil ability abilIty ability ¬
ity to lay the track on n which one onerides onerides onerides
rides to salvation Is eminently prac practical practical practical ¬
tical ticalIn ticalIn ticalIn
In the seeming of things there Is Isan isI isan
an appreciable difference between betweensandwiches betweensandwiches betweensandwiches
I sandwiches and heaven but when a aman aman aman
man is hungry that difference is a adistinctly adistinctly adistinctly
distinctly diminishing quantity As Asan Asan Asan
an asset for the heavenly journey we wewould wewould wewould
would give more for the Methodistic Methodisticspirit MethodisticspIrit Methodisticspirit
spirit of get there shown in this thisroadbuilding thisroadbuildIng thisroadbuilding
roadbuilding episode epi ode than we we would wouldfor wouldfor wouldfor
for all the theoretical reform preach preached preachod preachod ¬
od from the pulpit in a score of years yearsof yearsof yearnof
of Sunday sermonizing sermonizingRoom sermonizIngRoome sermonizingRooms
Room in St Louie hotels are said to tocoat toCOIIt tocoat
coat ten dollars a day wUhout wHhoutmctIs wHhoutmctIsPerhaps thout meals mealsPerhaps mealsPerhaps
Perhaps the bonifacae think that if tho thorooms thoroom therooma
rooms ara high enough trio tao guests will willbe w111be willbe
be able to live on all nlfPeople aIrPeople
People 1 > eop1e who are disgusted with the therevelations therevt therevelatlons
revelations revt > latlons of domestic infelicity in the thePowell thePoweU thePowell
Powell murder ease may ma reflect that if ifthe ICthe C Cth
the th family had lived in Utah Mrs MrsMrs MrsMm MrsM
Mrs M Mm Powell would have had no cause causefer caUM caUMtercomJ1alnt causefor
for tercomJ1alnt complaint whatever whateverIt
It is nearly certain that the modern modernColonial modernCoIulal I
Colonial u1aI Dame feels much more colonial colonialami colonialand colonialand I
and more like a dame than the ances ancestress anccstreM nItCCStress ¬
tress from whom she yets el eta her title titleSpeaker titlel titleSpeaker
l Speaker Cannon told soin seine of his hiB ur urgent uri urgent ¬
i gent friends that tlu they wouid see him an anarchangel anI I
I archangel before they the saw him Vice VicePresident Vic VicPresident i Ii j jI
I President It Is I to be feared feR red consider considering conslderling considerlug ¬
ling the moral of some of thorn that thatthey thati thaithey
i they will never see ee him either eitherSpeaker eitherSpeaker eitherSpeaker
Speaker Cannon demonstrates the fact factthat tacttbat factthat
that a peaceable man when somebody somebodyattempts liIomebod liIomebodattempts somobodattempts
attempts to pick him up up and put him himinto himInto hinInto
into the wrong place can jfcct ct a good gooddeal gooddettl goot I Ideal
deal like ike a porcupine porcupineDe porcupineDe
De e Wolf Hopper recently reeentl walked into intoan Int < I Ian t tan
an open 015 coal hole but mt the upper half of ofhim othim o r rhim
him still rose above the sidewalk sidewalkIn sidewalkIn
In old times when people IQplothought thought theyhad they theyhad the P
Pr
had discovered dl covered the lid lit of hades they theyJudged theyjudged the thejudged r
Judged by the smelt ann of brimstone nowa nowadays no nodays nowadays ¬
days it is more likely Ukel to be the smell of ofstrong 0 0strong Ol L Lstroug
strong tobacco tob co and bad whisky whiskyIt
It i Is a good thing to aspire to the thelearcrshlp thelear thElearership
lear learcrshlp rahlp of the House if one on Is after afterpower afterpower
power Leatferahlp Leacter hlp of the Senate is isabout IIIRbetlt ii iiabest I
about a all cany ea to g t as the true love loveand lovoand i iand
and Saffection of a rhinoceros rhinocerosIt
It la possible to sfcrk st k to the matter matterIn mattein
In n hand with rf i c f Jtfcfu ttatulnllM n aa and andnot nntInQt antnot
not be worth 2 cofrta in tlbe 1e and for forinstance torIQlltance foiInstance
instance a pota pestas tatit stamp stampV stDpMr <
V z3 z3Mr 41
Mr 1 Weekend Woe end seems t to b bl badly bftdlyered badi badiSifinterefi
Sifinterefi ered i
IN iiv SOCIETYS SOCiETYS CIRCLE CIRCLEI
HORSE SHOW HAS HASFIELD HASFIELD
FIELD OF oi VISI VES1N VES1NSmait fI fISmart N NSmart
Smart Set Gravitates G to toChevy toChevy toChevy
Chevy Chase Club ClubJUSSERAND ClubJUSSERAND ClubJUSSERF4ND
JUSSERAND DINES CASSIN CASSINMany CASSINIMany I Ir IMany
r
Many Spring Visitor at the Capital CapitalEntertainments CapitalEntertainments CapitalEntertainments
Entertainments Given in inTheir inThe inThcir
Their The Honor HonorOutbid HonorOutsld HonorOutside
Outbid Outside of Horse Show interests IntlrQ ts than thanIB thornis
IB ponaral but not animated nnimnted activity activitysocially nclhttsoclI1U nclhtt nctittsodully
socially soclI1U The boaaar at tho Russian Russianembassy Russhhmb58 ItuSslafiembassy
embassy mb58 yesterday afternoon served servedtli S8rJth sersvtlth
th purpose purp e of bringing together soy seveml soveml soycml
eml hundred people who made engage ongnoeSerta cegnemoats
moats Serta far informal luncheon and div driving divJOg dvins ¬
JOg parties for today and tomorrow tomorrowmost tomorro1r08t tomorrowmbat
most of tho hosts to entertain at the theChevy th thChey theChevy
Chevy Chase Cha8 and Country Clubs ClubsEverybody ClubsEverybodr ClubsEvErybody
Everybody will go to the Horse Show Shovand Showand Showand
and there art fir few dinners on for 01 to tonjeltt ton toitht
njeltt njelttSecretary n ithtSecretry ht htscrQlArY
Secretary of th the Treasury and I Mrs MrsPha Mmh6 Mrslw
Pha h6 lw will ba th the guests of honor at A Adinner Adinner itdinner
dinner party tonight with Mrs Charles CharlesH
H ICsop ICsopThe as hastens hosteaTho hastensTue
The French ambassador and an Mme MmeJusnamnd MmeJUSflomnd
Jusnamnd entertained a dinner party partyat part partat partyat
at tho embassy last evening having as asguests asguests asguests
guests of honor the Russian ambajsa ambajsador ambamdor ambasador
dor and Countess J Casein Their other othtfrguostswero othltrgU08 othergUentwero
guostswero gU08 tworo Senator and Mrs Dryden DrydenGeneral DrydenGeneral DrydenGeneral
General and Mrs Gillespie Mr and andMrs andrs andMrs
Mrs rs James Garfield Mr and Mrs
Frederick Fre erltk Keep Miss Alice Warder
Mrs Joseph Sullivan Walter Denegre
Mr Van Roljen and Prince de Berne
The ambassador and Mme Jusserand Jusserandwill Jusserandwll Jusserandwill
will go to St Louis next week to at ¬
tend thQ opening of the French pavilion pavilionat
at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
M 1 Jusserand has Just returned from
Montreal where he received the degree degreeof degrceor degreeof
of LL D from McGlll University The Theambassador Theambassador Thtambassadoz
ambassador will be the guest of the
University of Pennsylvania Penn Jlvanla at It its com commencement commencement cornmencement ¬
mencement this year and also will re recoivo recolvo recoivo
coivo the degree of LL D from that
institution institutionMr InsUtutont InsUtutonMr InstitutionMr
t
Mr and nd Mrs Thomas Nelson Page Pagohave Pagehavo I Ihave
have invited guests for fora a musicale this thisevening thIIJeveninG I Ievening
evening at it t their New Hampshire Avo Avonue Avonue Ayenue
nue home Mrs Pages daughters Mrs
Gibson and Ml M s Field are with ith her herPresident herPresident herPresident
President and Mrs Roosevelt will re receive receive receive ¬
ceive the th Colonial Dames at the White
House this thl afternoon at 2M oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The Spanish minister mlni ter Senor Se or orJQj JQj fiijeda fiijedahas jpda p 1 1has
has returned from a visit to Spain SpainGen i iGen
Gen and andlrs Mrs Henry C Corbin will willtoday wit wittoday I i itOday
today leave their quarters at at Governors GovernorsIsland GovernorIsland I IIJland
Island to remaIn ovor Sunday with Mr Mrand Mrand
and Mrs H XL McK Twombly at their theircountry theircountry
country place at Morristown MorristownMrs Morrjathwnairs I 1
1 11111I
Mrs John B Henderson Jr has as a aKuost L Lguest
guest ost Mrs Van Rsnssolaor of New NesYork I
York I
I I Miss Carolyn Hull i IS entertaining Miss MiusWest I IWest
West of PKUburg Plt burg aina ncr1tlss nIIss MIss Hazel Dun Dunning DunI DunInlng ¬
ning of York MteH MI a Huff has entered enteredh I 1
h her r favorite driving drlvI g horse Beau Brum Brummel Drummel i imcl
mel for Saturdays entries at the horsa horsaShQW hors horsshQw 1 1shQw
ShQW ShQWMr 1 1I 1lr I
Mr lr and Mrs William E Knight of ofNew 0 0New C I INeW
New York formerly Cormorl of this city spent spentTuesday sluntTuasda spen t tTuesday
Tuesday Tuasda and Wednesday with Mr lr and andMrs andMrs anc I IMrs
Mrs C K Berryman BerrymanRepresentative Bem an anRepresontatho
Representative and Mrs McCroery McCroar of ofPennsylvania otPennsylvania 0 0Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania have ha as guests their son soninlaw soninlaw
inlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs Wil William WIliars U UHam ¬
liam J Sewell who have just return roturnT returntrom
> d T from morn a a trip to the Holy Land LandMiss LandMiss
Miss Miss Carolyn Carolyn Hickey H ckey Is the guest guestof guestof I
of Mrs Cyrus M Gllgrich at her home homeon homeon homuon I
on St Paul Streot Baltimoro BaltimoroTheodore BaltImoroTh
Theodore Th eod oro Jr and Kermit Roosevelt Rooseveltwho Rooseeltwho
who have been at home for several severalweeks severalweeks severa severaweeks i
weeks on account of illness lIlne sl have re retheir returned
turned to Groton Mass Lo o r05ume r05umetheir reS S
their studies They will go directly resumuS to toOyster toOyster U UOyster S
Oyster Bay Ba for the summer at the ter termination termination terminatlon ¬
mination of the school year at Groton GrotonMrs Grotonlrs
Mrs lrs Stanley Matthews and her hercousin hercousin bet t
cousin Miss U8S Addlsion Mitchell are aremaking aremnklng an anmaking S
making a a short visit Islt In New York YorkMISS YorkNISS YorkMISS
MISS McKINLEY McKINLEYSTWOACT iVlcKINLEYSTWOACT S
TWOACT TWOACTCOMED TWOACTCOMEDWashington COMEDY COMEDYWashington COl EDY EDYashington r
Washington society people eople are con consumed consumed ¬
sumed with curiosity over the new newtwoact newtwoact m
twoact comic opera on Washington Washingtonlife Washlngtozlife Vashlngtonlfe I
life lfe written wrItten by b Miss Mabel McKInley McKInleyniece McKlnlo McKlnloniece McKinleyniece
niece of the late President and who whohas whohas wir wirhas
has intimate knowledge of her subject subjectThe subJpctThe
The first act is laid In the White WhiteHouse Whit VhfteHoust S
House where a society soclet function is in inprogress Inprogress ii 11
progress The second act is laid In tho thoFrench thoFrench th thFrench S
French embassy where a 0 meeting be between between between ¬
tween the Russian ambassador and andJapanese antfJapaneso ant f fJapanese
Japanese minister takes olace olaceDuring DlaceDuring
During tho quarrel of 0 tho diplomats diplomatsMten diplomatsMis8 diplomatsMiss 1
Miss McKInley lcKlnle who assumes the lead leading leadIng leadI ¬
ing role enters singing Kamara a aJapanese aJaIMlne i iJapaneno I
JaIMlne Japanese o lullaby luUab recently written by byher b bher I Iher
her
Walter C Croswell of this city and andMiss andnS8 ant 1
Miss nS8 Catherine G Michael Ichael daughter antt of ofMr o oMr t
Mr 111 and Mrs W v H Michael were mar married married marricO ¬
ried In Baltimore Wednesday Vet1ne8dR evening eveningT eveningTire
The T e ceremony ceremon was performed by b the theRev theWW th thJthv
Rev P J Walsh Va Ish at St Gregory8 Gr gors rec rectory rectory ¬
tory The bride wore a gown of white whitemull whitemull whit whitmull 0
mull and was attended by b her IH r sister sisterMiss sisterlU sisterMiss
Miss lU Mamie Michael L T 1 Macgill was wasbest wasbtst Wa Wabest
best man After a I trip North Mr 11 and andMrs andMrs ant I IMrs
Mrs Croswell Crowol will 1 live in Washington Washingtonj ashlngton
I
j Mr and Mrs Ir A S Worthington ortlngtQn an announce announce announre ¬
nounce the engagement of their daugh daughEdgar daughter daughter
ter Miss 188 Helen Strr Starr Worthington to t a
Edgar Carlos Carlo RIebe of Now York YorkRear YorkRenr YorkRear
Rear Admiral and Mrs rs Stephen B 1
Luce who were In Washington Vushlngtol for a avisit a I Ivisit
visit II have returned to Newport NewportKIT NewportKIT NewportKIT
KIT CARSON POST POSTTO POSTTO
TO TOHONOR HONOR ITS DEAD DEAD1Kit DEADICf DEAl DEAlKit I
Kit ICf Carson Can Post Pot No 2 will wi hold me memorial memorlal i imend ¬
morial mend services serices at t the New lw York Avenue AvenuePresbyterian AvnuePrbytorlan Avenu e ePresbyterIan
Presbyterian Prbytorlan Church at 745 oclock oclo Sun Sunday SundRy I Iday ¬
day evening for members of the com comm command 1 1mand
m mand nd who have died in the past year yearArrangements yea car carArrngement r rArrangements
Arrangements Arrngement for the ceremonies ceremonlo are areunder nreunder ar e eunder
under the supervision superi lon of Commander J Ir I
L H Wlnfleld ln1eld and Adjutant 4dJutnt Charles Chnrl0 F I r
Keeper KCfpr The comrades comrade who have hve died diedIn die ci ciin
in the the tftcr past pRlt twelve months are Lyman n
B 1 Cutler Cuttr A J Schafhirt Louis louls Rein I Ir
bur burS burg Wyllys W YH S Stetson Frederick W WCollins V VCOln l lCollins r
Collins COln Stephen M Long Robert L LSmith T TSmith ISmith
Smith John S Johannes Johanne James Jame Rower RowJ I IIliram
Hiram Hlrlm Michaels llchaes Frank Frnk II I Mooers Mooer D DHarTis I IHaria
Harris Clark Henry Henr II Smith Smih Edward EdwardC d dC
C Stevens Sttn1 and Joseph Dickinson DickinsonDAVID DickinsonDAVID DickinsonDAVID
DAVID STUDEBAKER DEAD DEADDECATUR DEADDECATIR DEADDISCATtR
DECATUR DECATIR Ind May a 6 GDavid David Stu Studefattker Stuieker I Idelker
defattker ieker banker l hrwyer wyer and nn jurist jurt jurtclad T c cEILd J Jletd
clad < He was born bern In Mercer county oount
QJitO in Ji 1 h27 At the time tme of hl his count death deth dent 1
lie wa identified IdenUfl with 1th many financial financialoonoorHs Ilnanci nufchl nufchlC0I00s ii iiCortoOtila
oonoorHs C0I00s > 0 0I J
I
SALES SLOW AT ATRUSSIAN
RU RUSSIAN SMN BAZAAR
Public Publc Failed Faied to Grab the theFrench theFrench f lie
French Bargains BargainsTHE Balgains BalgainsTHE
THE AUCTION WAS A FROST FROSTMany FROSTMany
Many Attended Atten d to See the Inside cl clEmbassy c cEmbas3Y
Embas3Y But Left Purses Pursesat Pursesat Pursesat
at Home HomeThe
The 1 TIre e last lastacit act n t of the Russian Red Cross Crossbuzaar CrO CrOoznar 1
buzaar oznar took tok place at the embassy embasy yes yestolflay Je
tolflay t an afternoon aft roon and during the hours hoursrovrecen hourstCt hoursteitccen
tCt teitccen rovrecen cen 2 and and 7 oclock oclole hundreds hundre = of ofIiecple f fIbq C
Iiecple Ibq > e from society socletJ and all al walks wnlts of ofJfo oCfu
i Jfo fu attended atended A number numb r of visitors visitorsto I
to the city cI took advantage aduntge of the op opportunity opJortunlty ¬
portunity Jortunlty to gain admission admision to a f 11 11tib > r roJgn
oJgn tib ign embassy om ba for 25 2 cents cet and we weikept wekeJt
kept keJt buy buy asking for the Identity IdIUt of ofcertain orcerealn
certain dignitaries dignitariesThere dlgltrcs dlgltrcsTher
There Ther was a showy show array of beauti beautiful beut ¬
ful clothes clothe and for a time the hun haUdrawing hundnwngrooms
drawing dnwngrooms rooms library Jbrr and abnuet abnuetbn banquet banquetball
ball bn were so o crowded crwded as a to t enurey enureyctiscure nure nurebscure
ctiscure the thl articles artole for sale 81e and pre presented rrc rrcentEd ¬
sented entEd the appearance nppomnce of one of ths thsold tI th
old 011 time tme public pUblc reception roepton at a pope popular Plt ¬
lar Jr embassy embassyMr < mby mbyJ
J Mr Gutowski the popular young at attache 3ttache ¬
tache of n the embassy cmbnss tried tred his hJs wit and andwiles andUe I
wiles + Ue as auctioneer auctoneer and really raaily embarrassed eml embar einbarretred l ¬
rassed 1Hod a few people Into buying but butlater butlatel
later abandoned ab doned the task to a profes professional prof professional 0 ¬
sional tIcnal auctioneer auctioneerAnother aUCtone auctioneerAnother r rAnother
Another calamity olnml threatened thretened when whenthings wh n nthings
things of great et value were going for a atrifle atrme
trifle and the ambassador ambuSdor Countess CountessCasslnl CountessCsslnl I
Casslnl Csslnl and the staff stnf of the embassy embassystepped cmbassystepped embass r
stepped in to run them up Lo the too toorespectful toorepctful I
respectful repctful public publc perceived real rel live livediplomats 16 16diplomat ltv
diplomats diplomat bidding against aginst tHem tlem and mis mistaking mistaKing ¬
taking the motive retired from the Held HeldBeautiful teId teIdBeutful fieldBeautiful
Beautiful Beutful imported things were sold soldfor soldfar sole I
far much mu h less les than their actual value valueand valueand
and from a financial fnancial standpoint was not notas notas no noas
as successful as a was expected expeted though thoughCountess thoughCountss thong
Countess Countss Cassini Casini says sys she will wi send be between between betWeen ¬
tween J17000 17000 70 and 20000 O to Russia RussiaThe RussiaTho
The ambassador remained on the thescene thescene
scene of action acton and auction aucton all the after afternoon ater aternoon ¬
noon and was ws kept company by b the theFrench theFrench th
French ambassador ambassadorMme ambassdor ambassdorMmc ambasaadorMme comPny
Mme Mmc Jusserand wife of the French Frenchambassador Frenchabassador Frond 1 1ambassador
ambassador abassador was wa at the garden party partyof part partor part
of last week was wa the te chief ally aly of the theyouthful thoouthtul th
youthful outhtul countess and remained on onduty ondut or
duty dut all through the sale ale Mme Jusse Jusserands Jus e erads
rands rads special province being the sale saleof saleof saliof I
of Russian Rusian embroideries embroiderie carvings cvIngs and andlaces andlace anc anchecee
laces lace The Misses 11 sc Calderon Cadeon daughters daughtersof daughtersof
of o the Peruvian minister the Silases SilasesColton 11C8 11C8CoIon Misser t
Colton CoIon the Misses Goldsborough Miss MissEdith MissEdIh MiarEdith I
Edith EdIh Miller 1t1er Miss Jean Lorlng Lring Miss MissMorgan Mls Iss Iss1lorgan
Morgan Miss 1198 Crosby Miss 11ss Josephine JosephineBoardmon JosephineBordma
Boardmon Miss Louise Jones Mrs MrsMrs MrsHerbert
Bordma 11s Luise Jono Mr
Herbert Wadsworth ndsworth Mrs Ir cCdntock McCilntoekI cCdntocklrs
Mrs lrs Oliver Olver Cromwell Cromwel and Mrs John JohnB JohnB JohrB I
B B Henderson wor were other assistants asslstntl to together
gether sian embassy embassyA with the entre entire stat staff ot t1e the tus U5 U5sian
A novel feature much appreciated was wasa wara I
a n Russian Rusian dance by b the children chldron of ofCommander orCommander 01 I
Commander Boutakoff Boutakof and and nieces niece of ofMme ofme ot
Mme me de Melssner Meiner which was given giventwice giventwice givertwIce
twice during durin the afternoon afternoonMiss aferoon aferoonMis afternoonMiss
Miss Mis Louise Luise Jones Jone niece niee of Postmaster PostmasterGeneral r
General Generl Payne Pne who was wa poatmlstrcss poatmlstrcssat pstmistress I 1 1at
at the first frst bazaar hmar poured pured tea to yesterday yesterdaywhile yesterdaywhile osterda i
while whie Miss iIss Patton Paten served punch punrh Mrs MrsBennett MrsBennett rs rsBennet
Bennett Bennet the attractive ntrctve wife of the Sec Secretary Se Secetary ¬
retary r of the Senate assisted In selling sellingcostumes selnG selnGcotume I Icostumes
costumes cotume and imported Imprted millinery millineryThere milner millineryIhere
There seemed to bo no violent violet fancy fancyfor fnc fncfor fanc
for the book mark and autograph auto mph of the theCzarina theCzrina thi thiS
Czarina Czrina of Russia and ad its It purchase purhase is isdoubtful Isdoubtful i idoubtful S
doubtful doubtfulA
A lively feature of the Russian Ruslan bazaar bazaarIn bazaarIn bazaarn
In I n the tea tc room rom was the bantering given givenMiss giverMiss
Miss 1IS8 Mary Mar Patton Paten over the innounce innouncemont tnnouncement nnouncemont gven gven1IS8
mont of her engagement to Representa Representative R Ropresentar preent ¬
tive Bourke Cockran Cockrn hinted hinte at in a New NewYork NewYork NorYork r
York publication publcUon Miss lUs Patton Pato good goodnaturedly goodnaturedly od odnaturedl
naturedly but firmly denied it itBELL ItBELL itBELL
BELL MAKES MAKS LESS NOISE NOISETo NOSE NOSETo
To the th Editor Eito of The llio e ashington ahngon Times TimesThe Time TimeTho TimesThe
The notoriety notorlot which hich I have uninten unintentionally unintentonaly Unintonionally ¬
tionally t tonaly gained gined by b having my name ap appear up ¬
pear in the columns of The Times in inleaded Inleded Ii r
leaded leded headlines hodUnes and heralded herhIed as the theonly theonl th C
only onl man in this city clt who has e oer er dared daredto daredto dareto l
to call 01 the attention attenton of our esteemed esteemedCommissioners atcmed atcmedCommissioners 11 11Commissioners
Commissioners to the fact that while whilethere whie whiethere whil C Cthere
there has been provision made to regu regulate regulate reguate ¬
late l ate every evcr other imaginable offense ofense from fromexpectorating fromexpectortng a aexpectorating
expectorating expectortng in public publc places place to regu regulating rog regulating ¬
lating the hours when the little ltte news newsboy newsboy newsboy ¬
boy may ma be permitted rmlted to cry or his papers paperson ppers pperson S Son
on our streets there has hnsnever been
street never any anyregulation nn nnreglnton y yregulation
regulation reglnton governing the boisterous ring ringing ringIng ringing ¬
ing of church bolls bols at unreasonable unreasonablehours unresonable unresonablehours e ehours
hours was unsought but may result resultin resultIn t tin
in good goodFrom goodFrom goodFrom
From my m position psiton as laborer in one of ofUncle atUncle o f fUncle
Uncle Sams departments I find fnd myself myselfto mysel myselLto
to have been suddenly thrust thrst upon upn the thepinnacle thepinnacle thepinnacle
pinnacle of fame fame and hailed haied as the thehero thehero theirero
hero of the hour But there is an anold anold anold
old saying sIng that blood will w tell tel and andbeing nndbeing andbeing
being a n descendant of the old Dewey Deweystockf Dewe Dewestock Deweystock
stockf stock that strain strin of bpood btod in my m veins veinsnaturally veinsnatuml veinsnaturally
naturally natuml impelled Impeled me to emulate the thedaring thedaring thedaring
daring deed ded of Cousin George at Ma Manlna Mnnlna Manina
nlna Bay Ba by b accepting acceptnG the challenge challengethrown chalenge chalengethrown challengethrown
thrown out to me by b that valiant valRnt Knight Knightof
of the Bell Bel Rope who so rudely rUdel awaken awakened awakend awakeneel ¬
ed d me from my dreams of the Ul coming of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the millennium mlennlum with wih Peace Pece on earth earthgood curt earthgood h hgood
good will wU to men m n so regularly and andun andunceremoniously un unceremoniously uncercmonlousl ¬
ceremoniously cercmonlousl at 130 O oclock each uch morn mornIng morning morning
Ing to the stern realities reUts of life Ur I made madea madeI
a I sudden resolve resolc to do or die Hence my m mleter mletter
letter leter to the Commissioners I have been
Informed by b my m friends frends that there Is a amovement amovement amovement
movement contemplated to induce the thePresident th thPrCld tIrePresident
President PrCld nt to call cl an extra extr session stslon of ofCongress ofCongres ofCongress
Congress Congres to paa J pass an act granting grnUng me a amedal ameal amedal
medal meal of honor In recognition recogiton of my xn gal gallant GnlIlnt gallutnt ¬
lant Ilnt conduct and us there would be bonothing benothing benothing
nothing of a n political polUcl nature in such a amove nmove amove
move there is a possibility pssiblty that he hemight hemight hemight
might consent to the proposition poposlton
1 am very ver ery happy to announce to the thepublic thepubHc thepublic
public through your columns coluipns that tht there therehas therehas therehas
has been a marked diminution clmfnuUon In the thevolume thevolume thevolume
volume of sound sent forth by the bell bellcomplained bel bellcomplained
complained of within wihin the past pst few days daysand daysand daysand
and sweet weet peace poce now reigns relgl over the thecow thecow thecow
cow pasture psture in which my homo homr Is located locateddown loted loteddown locatedtlowp
down here in the southeast Possibly Posslbl Posslblthe
the lusty bell bel ringer has gone Into a aphysical alhslcl aphysical
physical lhslcl collapse colapse resulting resultng from his hisstrenuous hlRstrenuous hisstrenuous
strenuous endeavors endevors to place the bell bellin bel beliin
in a condition con lton to occupy a position piton at atthe ntthc atthe
the St Louis Luis Exposition Expositon blslde beside the thefamous thefnmou8 tlrofamous
famous Liberty Llbert Bell Bel and has ben hCn sent sentto sntto Sentsanitarium
to a sanitarium snltrlum to recuperate rccupcrtp and the thebell thebel thebell
bell bel rope intrusted to gentler Icllr hands or orthere orthere orthere
there may ma have been some sme cases of ner nervous nervous norprostration ¬
vous prostration prostrton in this vicinity lclnI re reported re meported ¬
ported to Father Ma Mathews thews and he has haskindly hasIdndl lraskindly
kindly Idndl consented to discontinue discontnue the theringing therlnghlS theringing
ringing of the 430 a m bell tor
rlnghlS 43 bel a 1 sea season senson ¬
son However It I may a be the th members membersof member membersray
of my household housekeepers housketper < brother brotheretc brothretc brotheretc
etc etc arise nrhr each Ich morning from our ourpeaceful ourpRceful ourpeaceful
peaceful pRceful slumbers and gather gther in our ourmilk ourmlc ourmilk
milk mlc bottles botte from our doorstep doortco doorste together togetherwith togetherwith togetherwith
with the beautiful benutful bouquets of flowers flowersdeposited fowors foworscpolted flowersdeposited
deposited cpolted there by our grateful gtetul neigh ¬
hors borsSome bOr horsSome
Some people there are who are born borngreat bQrngret barngreat
great gret and others otliertchutve < have u1e greatness gretnes thrust thrustupon thrustupon tirmustupon
upon them I believe beleve 1 nm f one on of the thelatter thelat thelatts
latter lat latts BO 8 made through the kindly kindlyoflict leIndl leIndlomc kindlyoflices
oflict oflices of The Times te tt which I extend extendmy extendm
my m y sincere afcre thanks thanlt for the interest Interet It has
displayed In bringing my m grievance be beforo beforo before
foro the public publicWM
WM VM P SHELMIRE SHEIMIREB
1 SHJ tRE
Washington May 1375 11 B n L Street southeast s sbuthoastWnshington uthost uthostYnshlngton
GORMAN BOOM RISING RISINGON RISINGON RISINGON
ON POLITICAL HORIZON HORIZONTammany HORIZOTammany HORIZONTamniany
Tammany and Senator Senat r Believed Beleved to Be Forming Alliance AllianceAgainst Aliance AlianceAgainst AllianceAgainst
Against Nomination Nominaton of Judge Parker
The he Gorman boom Is beginning to toshow to1how tohrOw
show 1how hrOw signs of renewed renewe life and the tlc In Indications Ir inlcations ¬
dications cUcUons d are that thatere ere long It will wf again againbt agln aglnb agilinfloating
bt b floating fioatng conspicuously In the po political pohtlcl PCtlcai ¬
litical iu tlcai heavens heavensLittle heavenb heavengLittle
Little Itte letfs les lds than a year or ago ag the t1C Mary 1al Maryand ¬
land l and Senator
Senator was as prominent before beforethe beforethe beforehe
the t he public eye in connection connecton with wih the thecmocrntfc theemocratic
Democratic D cmocrntfc nomination nomlnnton for President Prnldonl PS PSJudge S SJmJge sudge
Judge J udge Parker Is at the th present prCs nt time timeThen timeThen timehen
Then T hen the bottom botom seemed to fall out of ofthe orthe ofhe
the t he Gorman boom and the ¬
t1C reason as assigned nsBbed asigned
signed s ss was the course which he pur pursued puraUfd purutd ¬
sued s utd with relation rolaton to the ratification ratificationof rtficton rtfictonof
of o f the treat
treaty with wih Pannma That now nowse nowsems nowerms
se sems s ms to have been b en a matter of the thopast thelnst theast
sl sIi past l ast and there Is good reason reson to b bllovc bUevc be beevc
llovc Ii evc that the sentiment sentment of those who whocpjose wi wit witJOSC
cpjose C JOSC Hearst Heart and are still stl not quits quitsreconciled qull qullrcconcfed quitreconciled
reconciled rcconcfed r to Judge Jutge Parker will con concentrate corce carertrate ¬
centrate ce c trate upon Senator Gorman GormanIn Gommnnin
In fact there Is justification justficton for the thestatement th thstatement thetatement
statement s that Leader Murphy Murhy and the theMaryland thearyland
Maryland M llland Senator are about abut to form tormcombinaton A Acombination aombination
combination combinaton c which will wf redound to tu Ulbenefit tire tireenefit s sbenefit
benefit b enefit of f the latters candidacy cndldlCY Of Ofcourse Ufurse ofLurse
course c urse as a a delegate dflegt to the St SL LoulomCnton Louisonvention Louis Louisconvention
convention c omCnton from New York Yorlc Mr Murphy MurphyIs 1lury 1luryIs
Is I s bound to carry crr out the instruction instructionof Instructhor
of o f the New N w York State convention conventon and andvote anlcte andote
vote v cte under the unit rule rle for Judge JudgParker JUdbo Judgearker
Parker ParleeI P arker That will wil not prevent him himbcwever himh himtwever
bcwever h twever weycr from otherwise otherIse aiding the thacandidacy th thndldlcy thenrddacy
candidacy t ndldlcy of Senator Gorman Should Shouldhe Shoulhe Shouldie
he l ie let it be known that Tammany Tammanyfr TnmmaryfftOr Tamrnaryavors
fr fftOr f avors vors the th Maryland Marlad Senator and w wI1 wI1rol ssioll l lroll
roll rol r oll up a big majority majoriy for him If I he is isnominated ishominated isominated
nominated h it I might have the effect efet of ofbringing ofringing f fbrIngIng
bringing b into the Gorman camp many manyof ran manyf I Ior
of o f the unpledged delegates delegatesSome delegtes delegtesSome delegatesome
Some S ome Recent Incidents IncidentsSeveral IncidentsSeverl IncidentsSeveral
Several Severl recent incidents are worthy of ofmention ofmenton ofmention
mention menton For nearly nerly a week exSenator exSenatorTowne exSenatorTowne exSenatorowne
Towne T owne formerly a Free Silver Slver Republi Republican RepubUCn Repubilan ¬
can Cn c an In Minnesota Minnesot now an ardent Tam Tammany Tammany Tammany ¬
many Democrat and Wall aU Street broker brokerIn brokern
In i n New York has been ben In Washington Washingtonit Vnshingon I
it f t Is is said upon a political pollcal mission under underdirection underdirection underirection
direction d of Leader Murphy lurhJ who re regards reards ¬ I Ignrds
gards g ards Mr Il Towne as a one of his best best and andclosest nndc0stst andlsst
closest c0stst c albeit one of his newest ncwestpoUtcnl ncwestpoUtcnlfriends newestpolitical newestpoliticalriends political politicalfriends
friends friendsMr friendsMr f riendsMr
Mr Towne Towne has had conferences conferences with withSenator withSenator withenator
Senator S enator Gorman and with those who whoare whoare whore
are a re close cose to Senator Gorman Goran Now the theSenator theSenator theenator
Senator S enator has himself hlmseI gone to New York YorkIt YorkI Yorkt
It I i t Is reported for the purpose purose of hold holdIng holdIng holdng
Ing i ng a a conference with wih Mr Murphy MurphyAnother llurhy llurhyAnother MurphyAnother
Another significant sllfcant fact tactthe the Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylania ¬
vania v ania Democrats Democrts fix the date for hold holdIng holdIng holdag
Ing l ag their convention conventon on the day follow following rolow rolowInG followrrg ¬
ing I rrg the New York State Stt convention conventionThey conventionThey
conventon conventonThey
They wanted to wait and see w wat hat New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York did so it I was said New York In Instructed Instructed intructed ¬
structed s for Parker but Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaInstead Pennsylanfa PennsylanfaInstead Pennsylvanianstead
Instead i of following folowInJ the pace sqt set by bytheir bytheIr
their t brethren In the Empire State de decided de tieided ¬
cided cldedjto c ided to send an unlnstructed uninstrcted delegation delegationSenator delegton delegtonhavln delegationhavt4g
havln havt4g I it I Is saId receIved a tip from tromSen fromSenator
Senator Sen tor Gormans friends frends that It would wouldbe woulde ould ouldbe
j be b e just as well wel to withhold indorsement indorsementas Indorement Indorementas
as a s something might happen which would wouldcause wouldcause wouldause
cause c ause the Pennsylvania Pennshanla Democrats Demvcrat to toregret toreet toegret
regret reet r any action acton taken pursuant to the thecourse thecourse theourse
course c followed folowed in New York YorkThe York YorkThe
The Parker men confidently confdenty claim claimthe claimhe
the t he sixtyeight votes of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniabut P nnshtda nnshtdabut I
but notwithstanding notwihstnding ttia tI that It I Is a fact factbeyond factbeyond
beyond dispute that the Hon James M MGuffey MGufey MGuffey
Guffey Gufey national natonal cOmmItteeman commIteeman from Crm the theKeystone theKeystone theKeystone I
Keystone State who has the sixtyeight sixtyeightvotes nixtycightvotes
votes of Pennsylvania Pennylvaia in his vest pocket pocketis p po kct kctIs kets
is I s a a warm friend frend of Senator Gorman GormanWest Goran GoranWest GermanWest
West Virginias Virginas Choice ChoiceWest ChoiceVest ChoiceVest
Vest Virginias delegation delegton Is unin uninstructed uninstrcted uninstructed
structed strcted and a majority majoriy of them favor favorSenator favorSenntor favorSenator
Senator Gorman If he decides decd s to be a acandidate a acandidate
candidate cndidate Maryland Marland will w1 instruct Instrct for forhim forhm forhim
him hm In a minute if i he so desires deIres he can canunquestionably canunquesUonabl canunquestionably
unquestionably have h c the six votes of the theDistrict thcDIstrIct theDistrict
District of Columbia Columbi if his name name is ispresented 1 1presented > t tpresented
presented to the convention th the same sameIs sme sames
Is I s probably J pbably bahh true tre of Delaware and nd of ofVirginia ofVIrnlt ofVirginia
Virginia VIrnlt to say Sl nothing of the strong strongGorman strongGorman strongGomman
Gorman sentiment sentment which prevails in the theSouth th thSut theSouth
South Sut and unless delegates delegtes are in instructed Instrcted instmucted ¬
structed strcted for Parker in some of these theseStates thee theeStte t tStates
States Stte it is is probable probble that Senator Gor Gorman Gormnn Gorman ¬
man could have them for the asking askingThese nsknGThese askingThese
These with Pennsylvanias sixtyeight sixtyeightwould sixtyeightwould btylghtwould
would make mne a nice little ltte starter stater In a aconvention aconventon aconvention
convention conventon where here according to present presentindications pr prdsent prdsentindications sent sentIndictons
indications Indictons no candidate will w1 have a atwothirds ntwothird a atwothirds
twothirds twothird majority maoriy on first frst ballot At Atany Atany Atany
any rate rte Senator Gormanr Gorman according to tothe tothc t tthe
the present outlook outook is still 8t1 In the run running rn rnning running ¬
ning and nd may make a great geat spurt In Inthe inthe I Ithe
the stretch Mr Towne Is spcken of as ashis asbls I Iiris
his running mate and in many quarters quartersa quarter
a a Gorman and Towne ticket tcket Js looked lookedupon lookedupon I Iupon
upon with wih favor fa VOl If I Towne Is willing wIll1n
THE SCHOOL CONTROVERSY CONTROVERSYTo
To the ie Editor Eitor of The Te Washington Wahingon Times TimesThe Time TimesThe
The resolution resoluton introduced In the House Houseof Houseof Houseof
of Representatives Representtvc for the purpose purse of ofInestgtng ofinvestigating
investigating Inestgtng the thescndls scandals that have haverecently haveccent haverecentiY
recently ccent brought reproach upon the thegopd thegopd thegopd
gopd name of our public publc school officials officialsand omcI1s omcI1sand otlicialsand
and that have so seriously serlousl compromised compromisedHie comprmised comprmised111e
lire Influence of oar public school system systemIs syst systemis m mIs
Is a step in the right direction dircton And Andevery Andevery nd ndovery
every reputable citizen citzen of the District Districtwill Dlstfct DlstfctwJ Districtwill
will wJ heartily herty commend you U for or 1 the ef effective e effcctive ¬
fective work of The Times in bringing bringingabout brIngingnbout bringingabout
about this result resultThe resultThe resultThe
The schoolroom is the place where we weshape wcshape weshape
shape the lives 1es and characters of the thecitizens thecitzens thecitizens
citizens citzens of tomorrow tomorrowthose those Into whose whosekctplng whosekeeping whosekeeping
keeping will be given the destiny desUn of our ourcountry ourcountry ourcountry
country and of our civilization cillztion How Hownecessary Howneeessur Hownecessary
necessary neeessur is it then that those who di direct direct direct ¬
rect and control this great work should shouldthemselves shouldthemselves I Ithemselcs
themselves represent in their public pUblc and andprivate andprivate i iprhte
private life lfe the most unassailable unassaiable char character character ¬ i iRcter
acter The people of this District DI trlct are areentitled areentted areentitled
entitled entted to know the truth tth as to the ugly uglyrumors uglyrumor uglyrumors
rumors rumor that have marred the influence influenceof Intuence Intuenceor
of more than one person connected with withour wih withour 1 1our
our public publc schools and it I Is hoped that thatevery thatever thatevery
every ever honorable method metod will wf be adopted adoptedto I Ito
to bring the truth out outIt outI outIt
It I Is deplorable deplorble to the last dosrtv dosrtvthuc do dothat dogicethttt
that withlr wJhlr a single school year ear the thewicely thewlct tirewkIy
wicely wlct ly rumored charge of personal mia miaconduct ml mlcouduct mmconduct
conduct affecting afectng the moral st indln indlncf rndlnof din dinC
cf C u high official ofcIal and Involving also the thegood theood thegood
good ood name of a principal prIncpal together wltu wltutre wUI vitutre
tre rumors of open perjury perjur by b one on onth uf ufthe tfthe
the th supervising principals in Ina a case cso in inopen inoln iiioler
open court should besmirch the th record recordor ncol ncolo recoiof
or oln o our schools Wo Ve need clean charac characters chamcter charucicrs ¬
ters ter as well wel as clear cler heads in ou ouschools ouS ouseitcols
schools S llcolst and we should Insist on hay hiivinj hl hayins
ins both botn botk SAMUEL SAMU L J STEWART STEWARTWashington STEWAR1 STEWARTWashington
Washington May Ma 6 6PICTURE 0 0PICTURE 6PICTURE
PICTURE EXHIBITION EXHIBITIONSCENES EXHIBITIONSCENES EXHIBITIONSCENES
SCENES IN WATERCOLORS WATERCOLORSAn
An 4 exhibition exhibiton of water colors of more morethan mor morthan moretiran
than ordinary Interest inter st is now In protf protfress proc lrOre procress
ress re s at the th studio of Walter nier Paris IliO IliONew 1 1New 1tONew
New York Avenue and will wi continue continueUHlly contnu contnuln continueCMII
UHlly CMII < ln from 31 1 to G oclock until untl May Mn W WHie IJrrll Ii Iirite
rrll rite exhibition exhibiton exlbltion for a one man shot shotIs sho shoI showis
Is I unusually unusunlr large and comprises comprise ner nerly ne nerir l
ly I ICO 2 examples of the work of Mr itft Ir i
1 aris A large number of the pictui plctu pictures picturesare os osare s snro
are studies made in Massachusetts Masachusett and andon andon andon
on the New ew England Eigland coast coas and have havejaver hnveJrcr haveravcr
javer Jrcr city before been exhibited ehlblt d In thl thlcity ll llel this thiscity
el elI I
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T4 T4DAYS
DAYS EVENTS EVEN S IN THE THEWORLD THEWORLD THEWORLD
WORLD OF POLITICS POLITICSDemocrats POLTICS POLTICSDemocrats POLITICSDemocrats
Democrats of Washington Washington State Stateeffected Staleefected Stateeffected
effected efected a a compromise by which the thedelegates theelegates th thdelegates
delegates to the national natonal conventioU conventioUwere convento1 convento1were conventioawere
were chosen without wthout instructions istuctons instructionsboth i j
both the the Hearst He3r and antiHearst antiHearstmen antHearst antiHearstmen
I
men claim caim a majority mjort of the tle dele deleates dolesates 1 1ates
sates satesEugene ates atesEugene
Eugene V Debs De of Indiana and andBenjamin anaBenjamin andBenjamin
j
Benjamin Hanford of New Iew York Yorlwere York Yorkwere
were nominated for President and andVice andVie andVice
Vice Vie President respectively rcspetvely yester yesterday yeter yeterdayy yesterday ¬
day dayy Jiy by the Socialists Soclsts in convention conventionat
at Chicago ChicagoJudge C ChicagoJudge icago icagoJudge
Judge G A Hubbard was comi comin Iomi Iomin norninaed
n naed ted ed for Congress yesterday by the theRepublicans theRepubJcans theRepublicans
Republicans RepubJcans of the te Eleventh Eeventh Iowa Iowat Iowadistrict Iowadistrict I
t district strc defeating defetng Representative RepresentativeLot Repre entthe enttheLot I
Lot Thomas on the te fiftyfourth ftfourth bal ballot balJot hallot ¬
lot Jot lot
Republicans Republcon3 of the te Fifth Iowa Iowadistrict Iowaastrict Iowadistrict
district astrict yesterday renominated renomnated Rep Representative Representatve Representatjve ¬
resentative resentatve Robert Rober G Cousins fox foxCongress forCongess fatCongress
Congress CongressRepublicans Congess I
Republicans Republcn of the Sixth Sih district districtof distict districtof i
I of Michigan gan yesterday renominated renominatedRepresentative reIonate renominatedRepresentative
Representative Samuel W W Smith Sniitbfor SmithI Smithfor
for Congress Conge Mr Smith is i a men menber mct usersher
I ber of the District Distc Committee CommitteeRepublicans Comtee CommitteeRepublicans
Republicans Republcans of the Ninth district districtof ditr districtof t tof
of Michigan yesterday yesteray renominated renominatedRepresentative renominate renominatedRepresentative I IRepresentatve
Representative Representatve R P Bishop Bihop fOIl foijCongress fOIlConzreS lot lotCongress
I IRepublcans I IRepublicans
Congress CongressRepublicans ConzreS
Republicans Republcans of the te Fifteenth FifteenthPennsylvania Fiteenth FiteenthPennslvania FifteenthPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Pennslvania district dtct yesterday re renominated renominated renominated
nominated Representative Elias EliasDeemer Elas ElasDeemer ElmsDeetner
I Deemer for Congress Congressto Congess I
to accept acept Gorman Gor Bryan Bran ought oUJht to be beit b beit
it I is argued arguedTurning arguedTurng arguedTurning
Turning Turng to Fairbanks FairbanksUncle Fairbank FairbanksUncle
Uncle Joe oe Cannons emlriiatie cmte and anddecisive anddecisIve anddecisive
decisive No in response r e to t the Inn invitation 11 11tnUon Inntation ¬
tation to become ome the Presidents
PrHets run running ra raning muirning ¬
ning mate has turned the Administra Administration Aenflnlstmatioa 6nnl tr ¬
tion ton leaders again agin to Senator Sentr Fairbanks FairbanksThey Falronk FairbanksThey
They The understand understnd what ht the Danville Danvillestatesman Da Danvillestatesman Ie Iestatesan
statesman statesan means mens when he says No Noanc No Nonnt Noand
anc nnt and they are well aware awre that tht his hI de decision decsion decision ¬
cision csion Is final and ant Irrevocable Irrevobe Hereafter Hereafterthere Hereafex Hereafexthere Hereafterthere
there will wI be very eo little Jtte talk tk about tho thoCanmm thoCannn theCanaan
Canaan Cannn boom bom for Vice President Peiet but buttho buttho butthe
tho talk about abut the Fairbanks Fairbank boom bom will willincrease wil willincrease
increase Increase Senator Fairbanks Fairbnk no more morewants morownb morewants
wants wnb the nomination nomInaton than tian does doe Speak Speaker Spek Speker ¬
er Cannon yet his No is J not so 8 decis decisive deIs deIsIve decislye ¬
ive as Q Is I Uncle Joes and it Is be believed beHeved believed ¬
lieved that he can ca bo forced Corce to t accept acceptJust accet acceptjust
Just as Roosevelt Roosevel was wa forced orce to rc rccept tC tCcept rcdept
cept four years ycar ago after ater his vigorous vigorousurotest vigorousrotost igorus igorusotesL
urotest urotestSenator otesL rotostSenator otesLSenator
Senator Platt Plat says that Fairbanks Fnlrbank is isthe fsthe isthe
the man ma Senator Platt declared declare that thatRoosevelt tt ttRoscvel thatRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roscvel was the te man four years yer ago agoRoosevelt agoRosevel agoRoosevelt
Roosevelt Rosevel said he was wa not no but subse subsequent subequent subsequent ¬
quent developments dOelomont disclosed scloe the te tact factthat tactthat tactthat
that the wily old Senator knew kew better betterhow beter beterhow betterhow
how things were going at at itt the Phila Philadelphia PhUadolphia Philadolphin ¬
dolphin convention than tha did the gover governor governor gonernor ¬
nor of the State stte of New ew York York Senator SenatorFairbanks SenatorFairbanksma SenatorFairbanks
Fairbanks Fairbanksma may insist that he does doe not notwant notwant notwant
want the nomination but if if the te Admin Administration AdminIstrton Administmatlon ¬
istration Istrton leaders make mke up u their thel minds mindsthat mind mindsthat
that he Is to be b the candidate ndldte he will willbe wl willbe
be forced to accept It I looks very er mush mushnow muh muhnow muchnow
now as Q if that Is just about ab ut what would wouldOccur woul wouloccur ould
Occur OccurBlack OcccrBlack occurBlack
Black Will Wi Nominate NominateA loma lomaA
A decision has practically practcly bean reach reached roached reached ¬
ed that exGov Frank Frnk S Black of New NewYork NwYork NewYork
tat Black
York will w1 make the spfcch SPfc sp cch in the Chica Chicago Chic Chcago ¬
go convention concnton nominating nominatng President PresidentRoosevelt PreIdent PreIdentRoosevel PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roosevel When Ten the State of Alabama Alabamais Alabanl AlabanlIs
is called cled Alabama will wl yield to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York York and the former forer governor will wf for formally tormaly formaily ¬
mally maly present the name of Mr Booze Roosevelt Rose Rosew Boozevolt ¬
volt w > lt
veltMr ltIr
Mr Ir Black is a a forceful orator oratr and n d no nobetter nobeter nobetter
beter better could be chosen to make the thenominating thenominatng thenominating
nominating nominatng speech
EPWORTH LEGUE LEGUEIN LEAGuE LEAGuEIMAIIA
IN IMAIIA ANNUAL SESSION SESSIONMeetg S81O S81Orneeting
Meeting Meetg Begins Beins This Ths Afternoon Ateoon 1 1Mount 11 11Mount 1Mount
Mount Vernon Veron Place PlaceSouth PlaceSout PlaceSouth
South Southhe Sout Southe SouthThe
The he seventh sevent annual ARul meeting metng vf f the thaEpxvorth thoEporthLoe theEpaorthLoague
Epxvorth EporthLoe EpaorthLoague League Union of the te Methodist MethodistEpiscopal Mebodlst MebodlstEpiscopal M thodist thodistEpiscopal
Episcopal Church South South will wi fa b be held heldthis heldthis heldthis
this afternoon nferon and evening eyenl at tb U tire Mount MountVernon ount IountVernon ountVernon
Vernon Place Plce M 1 B Church South SouthNinth Sout SouthNinth
Ninth and K Streets Street northwest northwet Several Severalhundred Soe Soehundred Seysralhundred
hundred delegates delete from the local localchurches locl loclchurche localchurches
churches churche of the jurisdiction jursicton and out of oftown ottown oftown
town chapters chnpter are expected exp ted to be pres present peat peaThe preseat ¬
eat t
entThe
The meeting meetn will wl be b opened opne Ht t 330 330oclock 3 3oclock 350oclock
oclock with a song sn s sroc service rvic and devo devotional deyo detotional ¬
tional tonal exercises President PrMdent George Gero H HLamar 1 L LLamar
Lamar Lmar will wi make his hi annual annul report r8Jrt and andthe andthe andthe
the remainder of the thewill afternoon atenoon < session sessionwill odOD odODw111
will be devoted devote to department dertment confer conferences cnter cnterence conferences ¬
ences encesAnnual ence encesAnnual
Annual reports reprts will wi b be made M It the te de department do dopartment ¬
partment conference conferec by Vice Vic President PresidentCraiiford Prelent PrelentF PresidentF
F J Polard Pollard SeO Seoon4 VIe Vi Prel President et I Ide IdeCmairford
Craiiford Crnford Cmairford and Third ThirtiiCO AMM Nlct President Predt Dora DoraTrent Dor DomeTreat
Trent At the conference cnfeenc of oCthQ ths th Junior JuniorLeagues JuniorLeagues JuniorLeagues
Leagues Margaret Margret Garrett Garret superintend superintendent superIntendent
ent will give g1e a review of or th t work rk of ofthat o ofthat
the twelve month monthRoutine monthRoutine monthRoutine
that tht branch brnch for past pst te1
Routine business busines will f occupy ocupy tntf th atten attention aten atenton atteation ¬
tion ton of the delegates deleste until unti adjournment adjournmentfor aJ aiiOtitnmentfor rnment rnmentfor
for supper supperThe suvperThe supperThe
The Rev P W Jeffrief Je Jeitries will wn Open open vb vbevening the theevening b bcvonlng
evening session with wlb devotional devotonal exer exercises eer exercisos ¬
cises else and a special spolnl musical musicl program programwill prosm prosmw programill
will w ill be given The address adcre of the th even evenIng 6venhig evenirg
Ing will wi be made by b the Rev W V B BBenuchamp B BBenuchamp
Benuchamp Beuchamp of the Virginia YJrnl conference conferenceand cnCetonce conferenceand
and following the ther newly newl elected elte officer officerA omcew1 officerswill
w1 will be In inrtaled inrtaledA tnH tnHA
A union unloncntrence conference of the Hnworth
League League representing reprMeJtn all al au the chajiMrs 1pworth in intlv inth intltt
tlv th > District and vicinity viclnl will wi c bo hold h n at atths atth atthe
the th Mount Vernon Veron Church Churc hureh Apjll 1o 17 In Incelebration Incelebrton Incelebration
celebration celebrton of Bpworth EpWOrth I Lotgti nrl Day 1
The event even marks mnrlthc the anniversary of o the thoorganization theorganization
organization < rg nlzUon Of the league legue fnnierSrJ to torg

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