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divergent d vergent ideas and transfuses them which assembles men as rivals and
sends them away as friends i
This was the underlying theme of the day On the surface was all the
official cfficialceremony ceremony with the restrictions restric tions of ofstatlon station and the theUmitaUonsof limitations of i
fame the exulting of the fortunate and the heartburnings of the disap ¬
point d But above abo e and beyond it all was the unlimited unalloyed un ¬
re restrained chorus springing sprinI g forth from every patriotic heart
Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt
For a President P whose whoseterm term is to t end at noon no admonition admonitlonas as to
early rising is needed President Rooosevelt enjoyed his breakfast at t his
usual u sual hour shortly after 8 oclock oclockand and awaited the arrival of his official
escort from Congress At Ata a little after 10 oclock he entered enter d his carriage 1
and with the military mllitaryescort escort falling in was driven to the theCa Capitol pito
Entering the Senate Sen tewlng wing by the famous bronze door at the top of 1
the longflight of of outer o outersters ut rsteps steps the th thpPreident President walked briskly to the room set
apart forhJs for his use whenever wheneveroffleial official 1ficial business brings him to the meeting place
of the national na national tional legislators egis ators This This room Toomo of the President Jresidentof of the United Un ited
Statesadjacent States adjac nt to the tnewest west end of the Marble Room Roombeca became ne for the ensu nsu ¬
lag Inghour hour and a half the official headquarters e dquarters of the executive branch brallchot of
the Government No other ofh rWllite White rouse House was was there for the signing slgrtlngQ of t f the
acts of ofCo ofCongress Congress gres by the the Chief Chl f Magistrate There The re was the President with
iis Cabinet advisers and there was the seat 01 of o Government Governm nt
When the coming of noon terminated the finalsession final session of o r the Fifty
eighth Congress the I President residentput put aside slde the Executive pen penandwasescort and was escort ¬
ed cd to the seat of Honor lionorin in t4e the Senate chamber There he witnessed the
induction IndliGqonj1to 1nducUonintoofflcc intb office 9tliceot o of t the yiee VicePresident President When Whe the swearing s wearingIn in of the t1
new newSena Senators o s was w s being completed the President Preside t prepared to to make ake the
trip throughthe throu ghthe rotunda to the immense gran grandstand dstand which lay ayspread spread out out
fanshape against the east stc stcfron front t of the Capitol
This was w s the supreme moment momento of the days da ys s ceremonies In the th pres
en ence e9fs of severa several v ral l thousand t h housa ousa nd distinguished isti pguih d guests Invited to seals seatson on the
stand and unnumbered t thousands JJousaIids assembled on the thebroal broad plaza aza Theodore
Roosevelt took the oath 6f oroffice office anew anew neW His sturdy sturdyroundedflgure rounded figure his
evident he h health alth althhls his unconcealed unco ilcea Jed aggress aggressiveness iveness made madehiniseem inadehlm him seem the the typical l
American who can cin dare to do things in competition com pe peutlOl utlOl with with thewholewo the whole world d
The scene scen at the Capitol was was not n of ofone one such as needs the recollection
of the the he oldest inhabitant to describe It was wasrath rather ro one e which would wou ld have
taxed the th powers 1 Ow rs of the t h he e most mostaccurate accurate forecaster to predict pred cL It was was a
grander more Impressive more mote extended demonstration tbanhas than has taken
place pla < Bon on any anYina inaugural UgU rato occasion a SiOU The T e nations n tions progress In Ing general enera1 pros P ros ¬
perity and wealth was indicated not by any group of the favored few 1 1penty I
alone but by the welldressed well dressed dressedj j orderly rderh thousands whose whoseexlb exuberance rance was was I
unrestrained when the thenevtPlesident new President stood before them as s th thetruest he lruest truest type I
of their national i tiona1 patriotic ideal American Ameri au citizen I
The ceremonies concluded thePr the President si d dent ent was escorted es rted from the theCapitol Capitol
to the White House The X triumphal tr journey along Pennsylvania PenIiSylv 31nlaaye avenue le
was was a sight which millions of people will picture in their minds wIJen ivhenthey wheiu they th y
read readtheir their bomepaperset home papers yet will not IU in any degree realize in in even evenafractioJl a fraction
of the extent ext nt of f its grandeur To describe it to those who have seeIi it 19 to
day Is s to pile Ossa upon Pelion To tell of it to those who sawnothing saw nothing of f
it is only to suggest the basic tones tonesof of the picture and permit each in ¬
dividual tdfill to fill in the thehigh high lights In such measure measure as as Nature Naturehase has endowed e 4 bdowed dowe
him with depth of perception breadth of appreciation apprecia tion and fullness of
At tile White White House Ho use the President Pres Ident had h d luncheon with witha a party pa rty of per ¬
sonal sonaland and official offic aiguests guests Meanw ltfean Meanwhile wJjU hile the paradeha1ted parade halted Shortly before efore3 3
oclock the thePres President d Iitentered entered the private reviewing stand in front of his
official home and a rid sawGOOOO saw 60000 men pass pas by To their theirsaluteshe salutes he gave due
appreciation apprecia tion In their banners bann r5 he h displayed displayeda a genuine perspnal interest
For H Ht1 the t1 t1e e colors olorsofeveryregimeIlt of every regiment of o troops he bared his head headpermltting j permitting
no nOQIi one xie to be more in inre re patriotic atr UC UCtl1 tl1 than the th Commanderinchief Comm lIiderinCl ief hi himself nsel 1
The Th parade willst1Ill will still be ep pa pasing rs ssing ing the Presidents Pr sidentsrevl reviewing wing stand d until
630 oclock OCI0 lct k TlIeii i en n the th tierl tfred irei soldiers s sotdiersand oldieria and n political p pblitica1clb liti rcl1 3 3c c lyb Qm Qmr marchers mdr r her hers wi wih will wilihle hie h e
themselves thmsel tbemselvesto v to the thenEafe nearest t poinrbf p intOt rest
This evening the skies will w in burn with pyrotechnic tributes to com com
ni mnor Anorate ori1te te the occasion nccasionT o T From the Blue Blue Room of the White House Ho Use the
President and his family will catch a glimpse of the he grand display It
will be only nly a glimpse however before before the tnePiesident President and Mrs Roosevelt
are hurried away to the inaugural Ina InaJ J gural ball in the Pension building
This crowning crowIlingsodal social function of the official program program will be opened by
the Pres President ident dentand and his official officialparty party at 9 oclock There will be a a hort s
promenade romenade to the fountain in the grand gra d court cour and back ack to the executive exec ei cutive utIve
drawingroom dr wingroom Immediately the President PIe3ident will return to the White House
an and d his official day will at last be concluded con ClJlde luded d
Taking Taki of the Oath Oath at
Capitols East Front
Most inspiring was the scene on the
broad plaza east othe of the Capitol crowd
td with the tho thousands isands s andsand and tens or
thousan thousands ds of visitors who wh had h d made
their pilgrimage there t to see ee the PresI
Sent talie the oath oathof of office as as the Chief Che
ifagistrate of the American nation
Disdaining the comfortable grand
itand seats along the route of the pa
ad these patriotic citizens willingly
grudged through jostling masses m sses of
grangers to catch even a glimpse of
he ceremony in the shadow of the
treat rreatdome dome
The Crowd Assembles
Here Her < as the noon hour approached ap proached
topks pks of expectancy began to appear appear on
the faces of the thousands thou sands of person
who had swarmed in front of the of f
Iplal Ial stand Many seemed seem d to think thhik the
ieremony eremon was to take place lace at 12 ocloc
tnd consequently their excitement in
Ceased reased at that hour when the proces
lion lion of dignitaries did not immediately immediate
ippear The crowd kept increasing un
11 only a general who had seen thous
tnds of men in battle cduld estimate
vithin some thousands how many per per ¬
sons JOnsstood Ofl stood awaiting the coming of their
ThIef Magistrate Iqgistr te
The main point of otinterest Interest was of
3ut ut Good Old GrapeNuts This Time
Out at Rocky Ford Colo Cob where the
wonderful melons come from a man
lad an an experience with food that he will
lever forget
I had been running down for a long
dine memory got very bad 1 had that
ireadful feeling of apprehension that
jomethinff was going to happen and
weld not get g t rid of it It
t 1 lay many man nights almost without
my Bleep whatever had hadad a dull U sick
Headache eadacp most of the time was nervous
md my stomach was in a dreadful con
I had become almost a complete
hyslcal wreck Heart irregular My
somplexion was sallow and I had lost
5esh esh h untIl I was very Yer thin
At this period I was was induced to
hange my food and go on GrapeNuts
ind cream and from the first week I
tound ouItd a a marked change I kept ept on
jteadily until now I have been using the
food for four our months I have gone back
to mj mt mtold m old weight W eight my comolexlon com PlCXIon is rosy
Mid mdlndicates nd indicates f fndicates perfect health My mem
Dry ry is better than it has been beentn in years
f kit Ul l the old oldstomuch stomach and heart trouble is
Tone I 1510eP sleep like a baby at night and
ao o one rine ne can tell bow I appreciate the
feeling leeUngofperfcct of perfect health brought brOUg tto to me
IJyGrapeNutsName y GrapeNuts Name given by Pos
turn Co Battle Creek reek Mich
Ix Look > pk in each pkg for the little book
The Road to Welivlile
course the raised uncovered stan stand
where the President was to take in Lii ite
oath From this place the lines of th the
grandstand ran out fanshaped to th the
main malnporlIon portion of the Capitol and to the th
Senate and House wings As s If a huge hug
fan had been opened and laid agains ag ahist
the Capitol this grandstand spread spre < d out
Its seats early filled filledall all allalol1g along the edges
leaving only the group of center c nter seat
to be filled by bythb thb especially distinguish ¬
ed official guests who were at thai
time witnessing the induction into of ¬
fice ot r Vice President Fairbanks Fairbanks
All Ready to Cheer
Finally after what seemed to be a
long wait but which was enlivened
I by the interest shown in prominent prominent ar
i rivals in the seats at the far sides sid s o 01
the stand from time to time ther
were unmistakable evidences of acHy
ity at the thereat great door directly under
neatli the dome Men and women
craned their necks and prepared t tc
greet the President with cheers The
were a a bit too soon however for th
I i men who appeared in sight the flex
moment and made their way down thi
center aisle were the members of thE
newspaper newspaper corps of the National Cnpi
tal and prominent journalists fror
other cities They were escorted t tt
seats at the very front of the stanc
where they could note the great Inch
dents of the th day and flash the detail
to the waiting tens of thousands an <
even evenmllllonsof millions of American citizens
and to the whole wor world ld
This little diversion eased the ten
sian of the crowd and they the settle
down on their feet for a few moment
But quickly all were on tiptoe tIptQougaln agair
eagerly eagerl 1 scanning the main entrance entranc
A little further wait and the th e main par
of the procession was found ready t
appear at the entrance to the grand
Four years ago there was an em
barrasslng bnrrasslngmlsunderstandlng misunderstanding betwee
the members of the Supreme Cour
and the Diplomatic Dipl matic Corps as to prece
dence In the march of notables dow
the red carpet of the theceJlteralsle center aisl
Then too on O that h occasion O occaaio the t dlplc
mats J found f CZd CZdO CZdR R no o seats hJ J s reserved d for r then re
This This3rehr year yeitr there were seats < for al a
but the justices went ahead head and th
diplomats followed t l1owed
Chief Justice Ju tice Leads
The distingulsljea e Jfaco 1ace and slight fort
of Chief ChlefTustice f Justice Melville W V Fuller wa
one of the first to be recognized rc ognizetl by th
vast crowd
Preceded by the marshal of the St
preme pre m Court and the marshal of th
I District of t Columbia the whitehaire
Chief Justice led his colleagues a n1
I Igarbed garbed in flowing robes of blark t toppe ppe
with with satin skull caps cap to theIr seats a
he L right of the tribune Next came 1
Sergcan 3ergeantatArms tatArn1s of the theScnate Senate at a t the
IH icad a d of the official 1 C Congressional ongr C5SIlnal Com C om omI I
rattLes of Arrangements consisting of
Senators Spooner Lodge Lodgennd and Bacon and I
Representatives Dalzell Crumpacker
ind Williams so of Mississippi 1YUh With them I
was the President himself
Diplomats in Line
After the applause w wlllch hich greeted gr < eted the
Executive Execu tive had somewhat sotne hatsubsltled subsided
CountCasslnl count Cassin i the Russian ambassador ambassador
I ind nddea dean n nor of t the he Diplomatic DIPlo matfcCorpsmar Corps mar ¬
s shaled paled forth forththcr the representatives present lt1ve3 of the
rulers and governments of foreign coun ¬
tries When the daylight caught the
glci rlearn leam n of their Ui lr court couf t dress and official
decorations it was evident the diplo ¬
matists had been b en undeterred by the
caJJnUyotour calamity of tour years ears ago when the
rain ruined some SSOOQO 30OQQw worth rth of o gold
lacennd lace and regalia These foreign gentle ¬
men for the themo most tparth pa paf pafc f fc have LVe honorary
rank in their hetrarmles armies at home hOn and nd many m nY
of them wore the t e full dress of crack
European reglm regiments ntsj gaudy and gor
geousIf SeouL 3f the justices carried n11Iedvlththem with them
solemnltythe 5oiemnity the fore foreIgners fgners brought spies
for nndwhen and when they werefinnlly were finally seated
tOthe to the right lghtof of the Pfesld Presidents nt rostrum
their location marked an oasIs o lsotclor of color
amid cdesertof a desert of black
Mrs lr5 aooseveltund Roosevelt and MrsFairbartks Mrs Fairbanks
we were encxt next escorted to seatS jUtoutld just outside 1
the Presidents otnclal station With the
wife Qt of the President we were nIl the
children white YJjfi Wi Mrs lrs
Roos Roosevelt velt
Fa1rbankawere yairbank5 were recogniz reqognizcd d her beauti elluU
iul f ul daughter Mrs r i rlmmonf i andihe and the
sturdy sons of the Vice Vi < 1TeJldcnt Ies ldent one
of them themw1thhis with his bride br1 ie of a year
VicePresiC1cntCheered Vice President Cheered
Next earner camPVlc Vice President Fairbanks
accompanied d by his official aide theSeC the Sec
reta retary ofthe of the Senate and then the Sen cn
After them the th
itorsand ators tors and exSenators exSenatorslttet
ea recognized the gruff gru an and
crowd r wd readily r y r
bluff Uncle Joe Cannon annjnSpe annQn Speaker kerof b 01
the House With him were crehls his exper
teheed IeJlc d fellowlegislators and 1Iudleglsla leglsla legislative tiv tlve
colts colt the latter almost almosttu tumbling bl1ng pvei over
one another in the excess of olthefI their en
thusiasm at the great rcateventi event 1n m spite pit
of the tl1esolernndlgnlty solemn dignity of the theSergeant Sergeant
at atArms Arms arid an Clerk of the House wlu
were w with ith Speaker Cannon
The presiding officers > of the two two house
w were re each nc greeted grect warmly by the crowd
The Vice President Predd nt with c customary stOmary
graciousnvss grecfou6nosJ bowed > w d rignt rlgl1tand and l left ft1vhile while while
the e Speaker In Innis his usual excess of omtd mod ¬
esty estywas was Constrained eonstrain d to talce as asllttl little
notice as R J possible of otthe the great ovation
accorded Mm as well
Ca C binet Members Seated
Now came cam lh the mem memhers liers b s pme of the Presl ¬
dents d nt Cabinet Ca1 net headed by the thenustere austere
and qn gtptesmanlike tltfsfDanUkeSecr Secretary etary of otState State
and by the th other QthercounBelorS counselors in order oi ot
the creation cr e3Uonof of theirdepiirtments their departments Atct
them thernw wore e governors ovemors of otState States and an l Ter T r ¬
ritories the Admiral 4Inlra of th the Navy Navyanl anc and
At lila aide de the t eChl Chief r of Staff S JfofUle of the Arm Arrily my >
and his afde such offleer OmC 1fof of of the arzn army
and navy as as have received recc yed the thet1lanks thanks
of o t Congress for bravery
Then htn followed all the thEtother other officials
w who ho had been he n admitted to the floor oJ 01
tho thlSenateforthe Senate for the Vice Yi e Presidential cer
eiiioflies emon cJJlol ieJ Ia With with the many manynotable notable women
and men men who had occupied the various
galleries of the theSenate Senate
Much General Applause
The appearance ppeatance9fPresldent 0f President loose ¬
velt had been b en the signal for fora a prolonged
The TheV Vice cePres President ident
In ducted Into 1 nt Office
l I >
The Thag Theaged aged d hands of the themarblefaced marblefaced
clock over o ver themail1 the main entrance to the
Senate S0natev S nat v fihamb clJamber chiamberlh rth ih historic hist ri < tlrrl timepiece plec
which whler is accustomed d to tohavlng having its itshands hands
turned back in every inauguration day
descr iption even if not notqulte quite as regu ¬
lar larly iy in actual actualpracUceseemed practice practiceseemed seemed to move
reluctantly relic tantly toward t ward the hour which would
end en the terms of the veteran Cockrell
and a number numberpf of his fellowSenators
The nimble pointers of the new clock clo i
recrntly recent rc ntly l ly y put in place directly d rectly back o oJ
the th Presiding Officers chair seemed to
jump gaily forward with anticipations S
of welcoming a Vice Presl President ent of ofth the
United States
Pathos in in Changes
f There is always something of pathos
in the Senate at the closing session of o t
I i a Congress in consequence of the deiar
j ture ot of a tew few Senators Suo whose terms mo have
i ex expired pired Though there th < re must always be
this regret there thu is also something pi o f
satisfaction in n the belief belief beliefthat that there is a a
basic soundness of ofime American ime Ame rican polities
judged by one customary customar act This is I
when the minority floor leader as his
last legislative act of the session pre ¬
sents a resolution expressing eXlnes lng the the t r i
and approval of the th whoie who e members memlJ r
of the Senate for the courteous and
partial Service rendered by b the presid prs d
officer thro throtghout ughout the session sosslo n then thena abci abe b
to expire
Both these thoughts came perfor perrc <
Into the minds of Senators Sena forstoJa today ar
added to the impressiveness imprcs1Y neSsof of the theoccb qccs occa
slon r
Officials Take 1 1e e Places
Approaching the noon hour as tht th
galleries allerles rapidly fllled fiUedup up the offic o ofilciab incl ial l
entitled to places on the floor also ap ap ¬
peared an and d were escorted to the place
assigned to them to witness the Vic 9c
President taking the oath and hear hi
At a a aquart quart quartT < r before 12 oclock the
Justice and associate justices of
United State Supreme Court with hhi
t officers of the court were announced ant
t the President pro tern directed that ths th
be shown to to the chair reserved for them
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I POLE FOLEYfJaturdaymornlng FOLIIYSaturday Y Saturday morning March 4 J 1905 190
I Iat at his residence MARK rLRKJ J FOLEY
Funeral Monday March 6 at 0 a rn Ir
terment at Mount Olivet Cemetery mh4 mh42
MALLOX fALLONDled Died nt St St Anns Annsrectory nn rectory Ten
1 leytown D C SARAH A beloved wife r 0
I George and nndmother mother of othe the Rev Joseph C
I Solemn reQuiem mass St Anns Churc
t Tenleytown D C Tuesday TQt day March 7 at nllO3 10 iOf
ELm Interment private In Holy Rood Cern
ctery mhiO
THORNTON THORNTONOn On Saturday March rIarc h 4 jet
at 450 a m WALTER beloved husband <
it May F 1 Thornton and only son of the Jat lai
t William Thornton
Relatives and friends arc < f respectfully ir
r1 r1vital vital rile d to attend the funeral tunemltromtho from the res
dence of his mother Mrs M J Biggs 12
K street southeast on Tuesday March
I mel at 9 9ocloc oclock k a a m to St Peters Church
I Iwhere where a amws mass of otrequlem requiem will be bl offered ft
the repoie of his soul Interment at Con
gressional Cemetery mh42t tnh4 Jt
S O of every ever description desoriptIonmoderately moderately
1214 H F Stre et t Northwest Phono II MSCi SC
11 232 Penn Ave N W Washington T hllgtor D
d Telephone r lephone Main 13S5
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tumultuous shout from all parts of the
eight acres of humanity At At Ata a distance
the noise might have been mistaken for for
a a chorus of colossal fog horns close by j
it filled and deafened the ears
But the crowd s till had plenty of
energy left left to t greet in appropriate man i
nor nerothcl other po poiular pular ular heroes as they ad ¬
vanced to their places
After all had been seated Chief Jus ¬
tice Fuller stepped toward the front frr tof of
the tribune trshu4 ie immediately followed b by
the President I resldentthc the two taking positions
facing each other Between them stood
the Supreme Court clerk Jai Tuni Janios > ss sH H Mc
Kenney holding up the Bible used < at
Albany when Theodore Roosevelt was
sworn in us as governor In in 1899
Pres ident identTa Takes kes Oath
The 1he Supreme moment of the theda day y was
now at hand l nd
The President Pres + rQ ident dent standing most erect rect
seemed more ntbreruggc rugged d thn than ever in com ¬
parison wltl vitli tth the bending tcndlng shoulders s houlfer and
snowy snowywhitelo white locka k2 of the th venerable yen able
jurists S
Gradually Gra dually 1getum the tumult t was11l was hushe she d the
Chief ChtefT Justic Jisticti sJic in impressive Impr ssivetonespro tones pro pro j
tiounced nouncedth the o oathHisvole athlIisvI ath His voice ec could uld hard
1 ly be bourn hej cjev eve evenn ha n sho short h QrtdIslancc it distanc < away awaY wa
while Vihllet11os thom 4n ntheorowd the crowd could could8ceonlY see only
the themOo movonieht rtehi of Qf his lips
I President PresidcI1tRopse Roosevelts eltfoice voice w wits is s easily
audible a dlble at t some distance when wh n Jle Ate he rer re
peated P ca tedJh the e formal f O rma i declaration dCClat a tl Qnpr prescribed scrib cd
in Article II of the Constitution I do >
I sqiemnly sQletIlnlYSViear solemnly swear that I Iw1Uf1il wilt faithfully ullY
execute cxecutetheoffic the office of President of < f the
Ilnited VlfJed States and will to the thCi th je beat t of
my my hiabilitY ability preserve prQf3er protect prat9ctnpd mid defend
the CQt1 Constitution Utlltionorthe of the united 1Jn1t d Shl States J JS S
New NewPres Ne Pres ident iden t Saluted
Ase A second n later he bowed blv d anelplCssed and pressed
his J lips pstlp upon n the open pases p b9 SOf of P the ne I
Bible Hardly Iard y had he straightened straIgl1tenedUpi up
again agalnand and face d the people p opl thm the tl1e
deep 1 1o boom o m of a saluting s alutinggml gun was wa Mhcard hcardV
coming comin coming fr from omthesutheast the southeast A signal
had had been been flashed flashe d from the the thedom dom domeiof dome fthe f the
Capitol Cr it 1 to the W Washington Washlngtpn navy navyyarCl yard
arid anlthesalrite the salute a1nte of o1 twenty twentyonegun twentyOne one guns was was
in inpr progress sre sress ss in inhon honor pr of r the th new Presi ¬
dent of f the United States
The tension was wasbrok broken n c and a roar rOtlr
of ofcl dicers eers resounded resoundedfal far and wide across
the plaza Cannon in the tli Virginia forts
across theltver the river and nd batteries in the city
were were joining j lning t the e big lg guns of the mont ° n
tar Puritan Puri n In the salute to the Prost ¬
dent d nt F For lr minutes the Ja jaiigle 1gleoC gle of sounds
continued contillued before efOl the President JrefjIdentcoHld PresIden could
n fInd ndaeha a chance nee to begin his Inaugural lnaUgqralad nd
I In dress h
On Only those of the crowd who Wh wh i stood tood
ver very near nc nr the Presidents stand tano tan could o I
I hear hparhI8ad1ress his address Every Ev ry now and then
hbwtjvpr however those farther fartheralY away would hear
his htsprech precise > e enunciation epunclatIoriHtldthen und then they
toojoined too jQn joned d in the cheeringtwliich cheerlng whlch marked
the important utterances llttQrunccsof of his inau ina ¬
Ovation v tion by y Multitude
The conclusion con lGslonM of the t e address was Wa S the
signal for a a general gem ral ovation by the
I many zn nytho thousands sanl1sstandlng standingon standing on the plaza
and the other hundreds of 1hegramh the grand
stand Many of the n notables t1les nearest nearesttQ neam 4st to
the President extended f their felICitatio felicitations ns
Land and were In In turn greeted gr ieted by b lIni hinK
L The President wasth was th then n escorted back
to to the rotunda rot ndaandthrough and through that great grE at
apartment to On the lie Presidents Pr denes room of
the Senate sen ate where he 1 rested csted briefly brie flY and 11 nd
chatted chattedwi with ll a Jewdistlngulshccloffi few distinguished pfll offi
dais befortystarting beforor ltartlng lartfng for the Syhite
House to review reviewtl1e the great parade
Five minutes mnutcs1at later r the th House ofRepre
i sentatives sen ltly s entered In Ina in a a body bod wItQ wit
Speaker Cannon Cam io and the chief l lef official offichtIs
of r that chamber
A like courte courtey < sy was shown shQwn the deal
and members of the Diplomatic Cor Corp ps
WO had ha dassembled d assembled in the aiarble is farble Room
of the Senate The ambassadors repre repre
senting the persons of their sovere sovereign igns
were all present with the exception 0 01 C
the tleAmb Ambassador assador from AustriaHungary r
j who Is now abroad After them cam came
the them ministers ml Inlstc nisters rs plenipotentiary PlenIPotentlaIYrepresent represent
I ing nations the governments of other otherforelgt1 foreigi
Awaiting the President
All thoughts thO ghts were were now now centered on on the th
appearance appearance of the President and th
Vice ice Presidentelect Presidentelect
The Senators designated as a s member m mb r
of the committee on arrangements arro rigements
Spooner of Wisconsin Lodge of Massa assa
chusetts and Bacon of Geor GeoriiajoIne gia qiaJoin joine d
with their fellowmembers from fromth th
House and presented Jhemselves themselves hemselvesat at th
room of the President of the Unite
States at the end of the Senate Sena te privat
cOrrJrt corrMI adjacent to the thefamom famou
There he had been sign
u < Is which had passed on
louses 10UStS only in the closin
> rt v V he 1e joint committee committceh h
P f id d the Senate chambs
uJ U i ava 5 5 a seat se at directly in mfro111 Iron
I vi 0 ti ttt < 5 r < At his left rangiiii
i yr f r tMifi t lt1t ont ontrow row of desks on th tilt
r ieth envcrah JunCI > ers i K < t 1 eats were reserved fo fOI
i Ilt kpft Mftii riti f t H t L occupy occupylater later on
tjtfartJiius lf15 Ushered In
s r fcfc l it i I jfiiiiiu iiri uc hen withdrew to th
ai i i oJr cvJ nr i r aid proceeded Jrocce de d to th thE
itom I If nc th t < > i President A fei fe
n = 3 1Wli nit > ti itte tl r f returned to the Ser
j < 3 i e hi < > 4 k Fairbanks
I I jh > 1 1evi SVR evi 1 iI e of f he h Vice President
h iigi Y i ittr ttr v5l < = irnial as that of tli
ii dij I4it idM U I j = S etl Indeed more moreS s
7 ifl t iftH ft uFt tyti the t he committee who
iitfeAuiiB ilu 1 i < vrved rved with Mr Fail
+ <
5 O k 1t L a < 1m ZN Oli1 OlTE DAY
l I Li l lZcr < Quinine Tablets A AI 5
d l t t t ui 4 f 5 ncr n > It Itltfalls it falls to cur <
E iVj5 ice i t a is on each box 2
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melrl says A Sh sho I
time > < 5 lottle of o1lIyst Myst
Cure the nouse fl0uS I I
twen r J pk ok to my mybe b be
t with f i 1ontha onths f5 Uls ago ar all
the the1 i a only medicii
f that thatt e < i y m I had Jve i
the bt i C eeity city but
receive iii rom them
know be what it I
represe 1e vre st > 41j ire IP recon
mendin sufferers
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The horSI1t hoin1 i gs f L9ii lm Soul out
L LD Dakota D akota by b Y tt 1 nik k11dh hid h
band of co c X1V b Ie 1 withJ
I our Bazaar aaar c c o oJH k JH i b
Monday Wl Wld 1VJonaYJI d Qt tl + 1 Jh h 1 6
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s t J 1Ii s t it o e er JU r r H R i J
l icr r
iiiiiiks oniiKs on ontheS tiie Senate nat floo floor rfeft felt now l w
perforce that he was as a new n wofficla ofilcla i
coming into the Senate
Taking the Oath
The arrival arrlvalo of Mr fr Fairbanks was wa
greeted greetcdhy by a rustle in the thegallcrfes galleries Thi Xhe
Vice Presidentelect Preslde tclcct advanced advanc ed to th the
rostrum and held his right hand Ilandlllsh higli big
aloft while the ihePres Pres ident pro tern Mr Ti f
Frye pf Maine laineudmlnistered administered the oath ol of c
The chaplain chnplalnof of theSenat the Senate the th Re <
Dr Edward Everett Hale tl t teri en eri mad made <
the opening ope 1lng prayer of the special ses ¬
sion slonoLUle of the Senate As the theSenat Senate is t n
continuing body it does not die dleb bu 1 t
nevertheless spectators dators felt that on one <
Senate had passed pas ed into Int l history and thai thin
a anew new Senate was wa beginning beglnn ng Its exist ¬
Before Be fpreinvoking invoking 1 divine i iVine Vine blessing b1ess lng the th
chaplain read the th e following 0 nOWln g selectee s select lecte d
passage pass ge of Scripture c
1 will wit multiply mu1tipl rmy my peopie peoplethei pleth they shall aha
not he b few eY
I will glorify them and n nd thfey th ySI1 shall lI nol nc
be small <
Their cpngregatipn cOllgregatlonJ3haif ha il be establishet itabI shed
before beforem me
And I will WI1Jp punish ni1 all 1l that tha t opposes P Qsesth them m
Their Tlieh nobles shall hallbELof beuof themselVes themselves
Ana An their governor from Ine tli tlit TnjdstfroJ midHt ThIdstc f
I i vlH kiI ihem the r cause mr m him 11 to1 t4 o t dEajvasjietti i l J mid i iahec ahec h <
shall llRapprQ approich clt pnfterSSiei u pdOii der111 i >
And Anlye ye shall soaR be mj ni y r people peopleiind a tOiC rid T > IwHl I will wit b <
your Scfd q q r i
The Xh law W shall l1nlll1 not t depart 1 tpa rttlom from JhCj3 thee
Be t them Olls s trong and of good courage
Be not afraid afrafdnelther neither lie 1iedlscouraged discouraged
for the tll Lord 4tdthY + thy God is with thee t1ie
whithersoever r thotigoeth them goeth
The he Chaplains Prayer
Chapla Ch Chaplain plt iiv f l Ha EI Bkle le prayed as follows
using the tll ritualistic prayer pray rfot for the tht tit
< Almighty Al1111g 1 ty God GQ < h this nation na tlonlsIn is In th tlIY
care and ndtnls tnis tnf people peoplese seeks eks Thee hec tod today toda y
We are rei in prayer piayerto for r t the e country tha th tin t
it may be b more nt re and l11 more 0re the Imps happy
nation n tion which w1 ch seeks a eks Thee hee and andflnds finds The Thee
as they fin flJH1 < I Thee ll1 > ewh who seek for Thee The
with ith all their hearts
Thou T u bast haat1nade made this higpeopl people maste
oC OCHf ot its own destiny < This people IJ ple ha haS ha
chosen p sen Its lea J Thaders ders ers and its Congress ngr s to > r
these years before them and they leYask asl as
and a td we w ask askrhy Thy consecration in 4heS 1tl1cse <
years yeanrfor for every cveryfaJherand father and mother fo foX
every eYerYs9tAndab son soziartd and daughter ghter for fQI every horn borne
the help llelpand and ll blessing singof of the liVing iiviP
God S
For J1or the hePr Pr President sident td nrfr for the Vice Presi
dent and andfQthe for the Congress Cotigressflthe for th
judges and foe f r the people peopIewea we ask thi Ui
blessing blcssingeveryh every hour ur of otth the living livIngGod God
For Fotpulity purity In their theirhoms homes for fo1peac peace peac
for health for strengtlufor strength or all thin that
God can cangfve give for all that men can usi use us
in the t eeIVlc service which is perfect free
Mr l1r Fairbanks Fairballks Address
Vice VIcelrc President > fdent Fairbanks now th tI
presiding presldh officer Qffi er of f theS the Senate natedeUver deliver
ed his inaugural Inaug ral address Preslden pr
Roosevelt Senatra Senators on the floor ha am
spectators 5Jiectatrs in the galleries gaJlerIesjald paid close loleat at a
tention t ntIonand and the thecl clear ar voice of the hei ne
head of t the es Senate nate could be heard eard plait
ly lyln in the corners comerso of the th galleries
The Vice Vi e President saia
Senator Sen trJ 1e I enter 1tel upon uponthe the
of the duties pf > f the position to which
have been called by my countrymen
with grateful srate lappr appreciation cfatIon of the bi hlg
honor and with a adecp deep sense oC its r <
sponsibilities spons bUlUes
I have havecI1joyedthe enjoyed the privilege of ser serY
Ing with you here for eight years Dui pur
Ing that period we have haebeen been engaged 1
the theconaldera consideration lon of many manydomesU ciomesti
questions qu quostionspf stIonsQf jjf vast importance mportance and wit
foreign or lgn probl problems mr of unusual unusuaJand and far fa
reaching rea hin g signlfloance s1gn ffi CR n CC Ttte e submit ubm win
we have ltav done dOI1e to the impartial judj J jtmcI g
mOat of orHlstory histOry
S Si I i can can never forget the he pleasant t re
lations which whlchhaYe have been beetl formed durln
my m service upon the floor of of the he Ser 1on
i ate I shall cherish them always s
among amon g the most delightful memories c
my I11 life They warrant the belief Ou tha tb
1 shall hnlll1ave have in the discharge of tl LI
functions funcH ns which devolve upon me und unde <
the Constitution C nstitution the tlegenerous generous
ance and an kindly klnd forbearance of ot bot
sides of otthe the chamber
We T TC C witness witl1 8 the themnJcsticspcctacle themajestic majestic spectacle c
a peaceful and orderly beginning of ofm a
administration of national affairs und
the laws of a a < 1 free and
people We pray that divine favor ma ma
attend it and that peace an and progres
justice ju stlec and honor h mor may abide with on ot
country and with our countrymen
Having completes > his address tli ti
Vice President announced that Senators Sena ors
elect should present themselves at th tl
bar of the Senate to take tak the th oath f 0
Epilepsy epsy
can be cured To those afflicted th thi
conveys a wonderful message Thou
quite common it is only a s hort tim
since it was Considered onsidered incurable Tt
I discovery that it was purely a sierra
> disorder has led to the application appll Uon of tl
great nerve restorer
I Dr Miles
iRestorative Restorative Nervine
with the hapyy ImPHyresult result that thousand
have been completely cured and other
are being b tng cured every day
In the year 92 9 2 I was stricken
epilepsy Doctors treated me for
years but I grew worse I I would ha
I such awful fits I cannot tell my m awfi
sufferings A druggist recommended D
Miles M lcs Ncrvine and I bought a <
1 1M and found it helped me and I took thrc thr
more and am cured I had only or
light spell after 1 comi commenced m1 henccd taldng i
I do hope the time will come whe
everybody eer body will know that your medicin
cures those awful tits tltsJOHN JOHN LEY1
r Clarion Pa
Dr Miles files Nervine is sold under
guarantee guarant eo that your yo u druggist will r ni <
fund your OUl money if first bottle does does m
Medical Services Free
s REMEDIES 25c AND 50c
730 Eleventh St ST NW XT
Eours 9 a m to 7 p m
i Account here because the
Is I amount you Olt desire to deposit is
small The small account is al ¬
ways welcomed and receives
the same consideration considerationas as the
Pfc 4500000
Capital an d surplus
I Jmrkatt m wi1y
h hl t l Cius f USf mpany
Charles J Bell President
1405 G STREET t
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office Escorte d by their senior col col
leagues the hew 1 new w members walked walltedto ti t
the area in front of the rostrum and an <
were duly sworn sworn In Having taken the th <
oath each Senator nator in turn signed the of oi ¬
ficial roster rosterof of the Senate
This concluded the ceremonies in tfi fie <
Senate Senat Chamber Chamb r In the meantime th the <
occupants of the t1U galleries had bed
I forming f rming in line for the procession to th the <
I Igrandstand grand grandstand stand on n the east ast front pf Qf the tin Us
I Capitol where hete thousands upon thousand o sands
I of jieople were patiently awaiting the thi tb
Chief event of the day the iriauguratlQi hjtu uration
of the President Presidentof of the United States
Senate Galleries Hold
A Notable Assemblag
In anticipation of o t the induction into
office fflceof ol the Vice President in the hal ha
of f theSenate th thc c S nate the specially specla llyfortunate fortunat fortunat
indiv hl lydual idual who w Jso o possessed possessedticke ticket to th the
gajleries gal refL there th began to arrive a at t th the
Ca Capitol pito well w UIn in advance of o f the time Site
for this interesting but brief ceremony
The bronze door of the Senate wing win
was opened to to ticket holders holders at 11 10 I
oclock Q clQck Even v nat at J that at early hour sam some
IveriH IveriH11S persgns 11S > were alr already ady on onl1and hand anxiou
iaenter tt i J enter tlt t and nd possess themselves o ot c
I Continued oil ottThIrd nlhftd nlhftdage Third page age
Brilliant BrUIiantand and
To the Last Drop J
At all Clubs Ho tels hI Restau Rest u ¬
rants rantsY5 Oyster i t1ndGhQP and Chop E Houses uses
eta s t nw Rev Samuel U LGr Greene eneDD DD p pgg pa
tor torS20am torslO 930 Bra Bras aEn s Sunday school schoo1PH P H Bristo Brlsww
superintendent Public worship with se ser
moan monsby by the pastor 11 ain and 730 730pm pu p
Teac Teachers hers Bible Clul Glul1Thursday Club Thursday 7pm 7 pm
prayer P IU y etmce meeting tIU i S spm pm r Endeavor Endeay 0 t meeting
Tuesday Tueaday8 8 pm and Sunday 645 pn
MV are cordially Invited It
the World will be the subject p ot the fr <
lecture le fture < at lAfayette Opera Oper House 730 7 30 no
Sunday night AH Allqu questions sUons to be answer
should be sent to the speaker spea1 jLUTHE
WARREN 1331 Emerson stne it
Hall JSQ2 Uth 14thstnwServ1ccsSunday st nw nwServlces Services Sunday
am atnS Subject bject Substance Sunday Su d yschOOI schoo
1015 1015nut ari sn Wednesday 8 pm Reading Read ng room
Traders Bank Building 10th lOthst St and Penn
1 sylvanla ave It it
1 cC KARilA KAluIAor or The Th LaW at Cause and E Bf
feet fectc TirJH wJHbe be th the subject subj cl of the lecture
t the Vedanta Philosophy to be delivered I I
ALBERT LBEn S PULL DILIN Sunday Stn i Jay even EIfen evening ing ingat at
oclock o lockat Iock at Rauschers Eausc hes H Hall ll Connecticut av
and n d li P i at trvr imy Admission free It It
SOUTH corner 3th and K ats nw nwRev Re
i Forrest Forr StT J Prettyrnah Prettl1lanpastorPreachlng pastor pastorPreaching Preaching
t 11 am bj Bishop A W W V Wilson VVlls bn and a
f 730 pm by the pastor Sunday school 9 93
dm m Juhlor J ior League JeagUe3 3 pm Senior S nlor Leagu
r 6SO pm Prayer meeting Thursday TbursdL 730 pr pnt
S Take Home a aBottle Bottle of
Malaria ria a aJ J Chills and Fever
Used for for20yenrs 20 years ia in Washington Was Jrton
so 303 E EStreet Street N E
Washington I D > C
l It His is with pleasu j that I testify
e to the merits of Elixir Babek
e My y little daughter Jenyears ten years old
s suffered nearly n rly a year ear with wlt chills
e and fever most of the time under un ler <
a l doctors care I was very CrY much
discouraged about her when Whe n na a
friend advised me to try trY Elixir
Babek T got a bottle bott1 and a Jd com ¬
menced nlenc < d giving it it lo her at once and
from that time shel1 she has never neyerhad had a
s chili It complJtely compl teh cured her
s I i find It a apleudid1DedieIne splendid medicine for
any derangement dermgem 11tof of the diges digestion tion
l i and always like to I have ve a abottle bottle on
hand Very truly trulyvours yours
e I 1 Mrs lrrsC fts Cyrus lus Helms
t 1 1Thonuand 7honoauda hO U an dIJ of testimonials to s i l1nOnlalS on file
iti Ior salo at all druggists
SOc the bottle
I Wonder Wonderwiiat what W 3tMertz Mertz will say today todayOZ
t Store StorecJos closes > 6 pm pm 8 pm pm m Saturdays
= s oFThit oFThiti i
= Specia pecia l
Mertz is building perfectfitting
Suits to measure o of f fine black
and snappy fancy fancySuitings Suitings
worth wr ii ortil to o 20 2oSpe Spe 4 < Q 9 50 EA
cial cialfor for V 0
Showing ShowingSwell Swell fabrics for Spring 1
v S Now
Mertz and Mertz Co
906 906F F Street
I Always tie th Sam 2
Berkeley Ry
fia ma F St S N NW W Phone Main It 1541
Special 411P Private vate Delivery Deliver
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is thin blood a ft It causes c 9 jia p PIe le
f faces ces w Vi hite l ite lips li ps wea i l e ca l kli L Lnerves < n nerves erves rY 5
and anda an d d1ac lac a ll 1 1o o f fv v ita lity lit A r blood
tennchln enr ichin g g5 fat fatpr pro oduclpgf duc in g gfoo fQo 99d d
I medic mediGine ine is needed nee ded Scout Scou t s
Emulsion Emu sion goes to the rootQ root o f
the trou ble strengthens streqg strezi gtbens thens an n d
enr ic Hes hesth t e c bloo loQc d danc Ta11 an anc dlDu cl clu lb u ilds
up the entire s systqinvlf ystem t pij pijor For or
anaem ic gir ls Hlfnhqys thin Bbyf bby an nd d
enfee ble d dmo mothers nother mo thers it i is i Lthe the
stan dar d dreme reme remedy dy > H It Jpu buI i 13s t ts s
up Upan an d strengthensthri dstren strengthens stren gthens the thi V Vn n rlfire lJire
system w ith ithwqn wonderful wQnder wqn derfii f 1 l lra ra ra
pI pidity d t ty i
Veirsend V cn s dyo you a sample free rree ee
i Scott < Bowne 409 Pearl PearlSt St StNew > > New Ne w Yor Yor k
PENSION vouchers vouchersexecuted executed by Harry
S Welch Notary PublIc in basement of
810 JP Est st nw nwt t Monday March arch G after a r 6
a a am m It
SPECIAL NOTICE t to tourists tour1stsandvIslt and visit ¬
ors to Was Washington hington D C Any one j
wishing to visit Fort Myer and nd Arling ¬
ton Cemetery take the Capitol Traction Trlc lon
and Georgetown cars and stop at the
Arlington Horse HorseCos Cos office No 32S7 M
st st and take a private privatccollveyancefrom conveyance from
there th leGood Good safe teams and careful
drivers Will will be bein in attenda attendanqe < at 9tall all
times Fare for round trip 50 5Oceilts cents
M St Washington p Q 41 mhl6t
MR LOUIS D WINE the senior senior mem ¬
ber of the th firm of Louis D Wine
Company having died I beg be to notify
my friends and the general g neral public that
I shall continue to toconduc conduct tbe the tgal rca
estate loans and Insurance business of o
the above abovcnamed named firm firm in same manner
and under the same name as hereto eteto
fore T CONRAD CO RAD DODGE 1391 F Fstree street
N W w mh42t mh 2t
NORTHEAST NQRTHEASTOpen Open 6 a a m In to 11 11p JJ m m
March 4 5 mh2 mh23t m r 3t
will be closed to the public IJubllcotlS on on Saturday turday
March 4 an and d On Sunday March Ma ch5 5 but
will be b open to visitors on Monday 2fonda
March 6 6at at 9 ocloc pclcka oclock k a m P FBMe B Mc
GTJ1RE GUIREdItector director mh24t t
5ti 5th 5th between X and I dLSbeets Z I Streets Sn Nv LW
win w iU ibe open op n for ortheaccommodtltlono the accommodation of
the public on Priday Frld y the Sd d from r m 5 sa a
m until 2 p m and on n Saturday SaturdaythQ the
4th from 5 Sa a m unUllO until 10 p in In GJ2O G O P J
BOHNER Superintendent S mh23t II
NEW DOMESTIC DOMES ICsewlng sewing machine m blna
either chain of Ot loelcjsUtch two ma mao
chines in one lightest running ball
bearIng JDa mach hlne ine stmpleanddurable simple and dusable
I Sold on monthly payments Special
j discount for cash c Phone or r mail mallord xirders ra
I promptly attended to DOMESTIC
F st atnw et nw Machines rented SOc week
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1 is is John Jo hn C Benson general manager mana get
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Elevator to Street level Rooms ea suite
with bath Open all year Special winter ana and
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