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I THE TWASmGTON WASHINGTON TIME rrii rI IES THURSDAY THrR DAY 3IABCH MRCH71907 7 1907
I Ene < fte map bJaftintuu bJaftintuuPubilahed fiinglo Glhurl1 Glhurl1Publlahed
Published Evening Evenln nnd Sunday uday at atTHE t tTHE tTHE
THE MUNSEY BUILDING BUILDINGPenn
Penn Ave between betw bctwen1th n 13th and 14th Six SixNew Stew Steew
New ew Tork ork Offlco omcol75 Otflc 175 Fifth Ave AveChicago AveChlcao AveChcao
Chicago Office OXIlce422 422 Marquett BuIWlng BuIWlngBoston Bu1l41ngDoaton fluIklIngBoston
Boston Office omceJoumI11 Journal Building BuildingDaily BuildingDaily Uu1IdIn Uu1IdInDaily
Daily one year yearSunday 30 °
Sunday one year 250 250FRANK 250FRANK
I IThe
FRANK A MTJNSEY MTJNSEYTne MUNS
The Times is served rved In the city o ot Washlnsr Washlnsrton WlUhln WlUhlnton Wash1ntori
ton and District of Columbia by newsboys newsboyswho newsboyswho newboywho
who deliver and collect for tho paper on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their own account at tho rate of C cents a aweek IIlIIeek aweek
week for the Evening and G cents a a copy copylor copyror oPY oPYror
ror the Sunday edition editionEntered odlUonEntered editionEntered
Entered at the postefflco at Washington D DC Dc 1 1C
c C a u second class matter matterTHURSDAY matterTlIURSDAY matterTHURSDAY
THURSDAY MARCH 7 1007 1007A lOOiA 1007A
A Chance to Get Pure Milk AlilkIn lilkIn MilkIn
In the absence of legislation mak making making nuiking ¬
ing the the th examination prerequisite to tothe tothe tothe
the sale a1e of milk In the District DistrictSecretary DistrictBecretar Di8trictSecretary
Secretary Becretar Wilsons offer to test testWashingtons testWushingtons testWashingtons
Washingtons herd for tuberculosis tuberculosisfree tiibcreuloisfree nberculo is
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free of charge to the he dairyman duir mon is i a apublic itpublic I Ipublic
public good of the highest possible possiblevalue possiblevalue oKsible i iahll
value ahll As tS long as the Agricultural AgriculturalDepartment AgriculturalDepartment
Department is ready read to issue cer certificates certificntcs certificutes ¬ I
tificates to milk dealers whose cows cowshave cowsIlme cowshare
have been examined and found foundhealthy foundha1th fOundhealthy
healthy ha1th the consumer will have haveonly 11 haveonly < 1e 1eonly
only himself to blame if he accepts acceptsmilk acceptsmilk caeptsmilk
milk subject to the slightest sus suspicion suspicion suepicion ¬
picion picionThe
The Thelrrepressible Irrepressible Conflict ConflictIn
In New York York Ohio Indiana South SouthDakota SouthDakota SouthDakota
Dakota Iowa and several other otherNorthern othurNorthcrn othtrNorthern
Northern States there have recently recentlybeen recentlybelen recentlybeen
been manifestations of sharp and andirreconcilable andirreconcilable mdirreconcilable
irreconcilable differences of view viewbetween viewbetweeh viewbetwech
between factions of the Republican Republicanparty UepublicunlJUrty ilepublicanarty
party arty These are beginning to at attract attract attract ¬
tract new attention now that Con Congress Congress Congress ¬
gress has adjourned and politics is isbecoming isb isbecoming
becoming b coming once onc more an affair of the theStates theStatls theStates
States instead instcnd of Washingtons busi business business buiiness ¬
ness nessThese nessThese nessThese
These differences are going to in increase incrcnse increase ¬
crease rather than diminish The Theopposing Thcopposing Theopposing
opposing opposing elements clemlntsin in the Republican Republicanparty Uepublican Republicanparty
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party arc surely snrel lining up for a agrand agrnml agrand
grand shaking down in the national nationalconvention nationalOllention nitionalconvention
convention of 19GS The country countr is isgoing isgoing isgoing
going to know then whether the theparty thepaltJ thepaity
party really rcall is for conservatism eonser1 i81ll or orprogrcBsiviBin orprogrcHlihism orlrogrcivis1n
progrcBsiviBin There will be b devel developments tlceloImlenb devulopinents ¬
opments early and continuous in inall In Inall
all parts purt of the country countryThe conntryThe countryFhie I
The question is whether or not notthe nottIlt notthit
the opposition to Roosevelt cmirid cmiridthe can rid ridtill rid ridthe
the party of him Incidental to that thatarises tlUttarhlS thstLrists
arises Lrists th thV question whether or not notwithout notwithout notwithout
without Roosevelt the party pltrt CHII be bekept bekrpt bekept
kept on the forward march marchFlag mardlFlag iasrcJiilag
Flag Law Upheld UpheldThe UpheldThe Upheldflie
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1 18tuhs
The Supreme Court of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States ling declared constitution constitutionState cOl1stftutionall cOl1stftutionall8tatc coistltutionlState
State laws prohibiting the use u e of ofthe oftlit
I Itill
the flag of the country for advertis advertising adertiing tlertising ¬
ing purposes Although this news newswill newswill newswill
will doubtless grieve papers like the theesteemed thehcrned theesteemed
esteemed hcrned Boston l ol5tnn Herald it will be beregarded beregardoil e erlgard
regarded rlgard d with satisfaction > by the themajority Uaemujorlt theinnjority
majority of people of this fhii country countrywho countrrwho countryvho
who do not believe that the Stars Starsand Stirsand StArsand
and Stripe jI are a mere bit of tex textile textile textile ¬
tile fabric fabricThe fa fabricfhie hrl c cThe
The cane c fle in question came eft me from fromNebraska iromXcbrnska fromNebraska
Nebraska where uierc a couple of men menwho menwho menvhio
who were engaged in the liquor liquorbusiness liquorbusineM liquorbusiness
business were prosecuted under the theState theStnte theState
State law In on the charge of selling sellingbeer sellingbelr sellingbeer
beer in bottles bearing the Star StrSpangled StatrSpangled StarSpangled
Spangled Banner as a part of their theirdecoration theirdceoration theirlecoration
decoration There was ns no question questionof
of the facts when the matter came cameto CMmeto cameto
to the Supreme Sunreine Court of the United UnitedStates UnitedStutes lJnitedStates
States but the beer men pleaded pleadedunconstitutionality pleadedulHonstitutionaJitr pleadedunconstitutionality
unconstitutionality of the law The Thehighest Thehighest Thehighest
highest tribunal in the country has hasdecided hasdtlidcd haslecided
decided that they the were wrong and andthat andthat mdthat
that any tn Commonwealth may pro protect pro protd proteet ¬
tect what should be the sanctity sanctityof sunctit sunctitof
of the flag of the Unitod Unit ± d States Statesfrom StuteSfrom Sntesfrom
from abHseand defilement defilementA defHementhctgo defilementhcrge
A hrrge number num er of the States of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Union now have adopted stat statutes stntut statutes ¬
utes ut < s tending tp t inculcate respect for forthe forthe forthe
the flag and to aflix penalties for fordisrespect 10rdisrespect fordisrespect
disrespect There has been n i his disposition ditpositiOll hisJoSitiOTI ¬
position on the part of some highly highlyphilosophic highlylhiloBophic highlyPhilOsOPhic
philosophic gentlemen to argue that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this is tyranny trllnn that when it is di directed dircCted direeted ¬
rected especially es cciully at the foreign born bornwho bornwho bornwho
who come to this country and arc arenot arcnot arcnot
not thoroughly conversant with the theidea thcic1t theilea
idea ic1t > a of a flag that should be bbloved bblovedit loved lovedit
it is a species of injustice We Ye do donot donot ho honot
not believe it itIf itIf itIf
If the alien who arrives here has hasnot husnot hitsnot
not a proper conception of the flag flagof flggof flagof
of the Union and if he is not so soconstituted soonstituted soconstituted
constituted mentally mentall inentahlyor or morally as to toget tog toget
get g t that conception as his stay stn here herelengthens herelengthens herelengthens
lengthens then he should be made madeto mndeto madeto
to realize what it all means Occa Occasionally OccuHionally Occaslonahly ¬
sionally it will cost him anxiety anxiet and andmoney amImone andmoney
money mone but in the long run the ef effect effect effeet ¬
fect upon both him him and the th citizen citizenry citizenrJ citizenTy ¬
ry at large will vihl m be beneficial beneficialProgress beneficialProgress beneficialProgress
Progress in Russia RussiaThe RussiaThe RussiaThe
The proceedings marking the ini initial initial mitial ¬
tial sessions of the new Russian Russiandouma Uussiandouma Russiandouma
douma indicate that despite all mis misgivings misghings misgivings ¬
givings and doubts there is a fair fairchance fairehancc fairchance
chance that real constitutional gov government go gormncnt goveminent ¬
eminent may ma yet be established in inllussia illUussill hiRussis
llussia by b process of evolution evolutionrather colutionrather evolutionrather
rather than of revolution revolutionOn reolutionOn revolutiotiOn
On one side the Czar and on the theother theother theother
other the leaders leaders of the new par parliament parliament parhiament ¬
liament thus far show a disposition dispositionto
to be reasonable fair i ncl moder moderate moderHtl niodernte ¬
ate The Czar C1 r will be forced to toyield toyield o oield
yield ield some things he would wvultl prefer preferto
to retain and the radicals of the thedouma th thdoumawho thedoumawho
douma doumawho who by the way would be
quite conservative con ernthc in this country countrywill t twill I Iwill
will not get all they want ant But Butlndi Butlndicfttioms indi indications mdications ¬
cations arc that toy b mutual conces concession eoncession coneession
sion at least least the dissolution di ntion of the thedouma thedomna I Idouma
douma may be avoided Rvo dd some ome sub su 1 1stantial tstftntinl Istantial
stantial gains accomplished 8ccompJisl1o1 in thc tliedirection thcdirection thedirection
direction of parliamentary > govern government g iYern iYernment ern ernment ¬
ment ann both ailes ides fi ftrrtfcr rther accus accustomed nc acenatoined u utomed ¬
tomed to Ui9 the til new ne nereJtttioIt8hii1r rfclationsliip1 b1tttiOJ laiI > and andits intIits titlits
its possibilities of uaefulneaa uaefulneaaIt
It is quite q ite evident e dcJlt th that t the CKCPS CKCPSbad OJonr OJonrbud Osursbad
bad advisers liaise lu u been bce1Jthc the cause of ofmuch ofmu ofmuch
much mu < h of his troubles with it11 his own ownpeople ownlUoPlC
I Ipuople
people The graml ducal clique cliqueanxious cliqueanxious i
anxious that their position and andprerogative andprerogntie 1111prerogatie
prerogative shall not be interfered interferec1 interferec1with j jwith I Iwith
with and below them the land landowning j jowning iowning
owning nobility 1l0bmt in general are and andwill afllwill I Iwill
will continue to be opposed to the theaspirations theaspirations r rnspirutions
aspirations of the people and will willbolster willbolf6ter willbolster
bolster whatever resolution the Em Emperor Emperor Emperor ¬
peror may have lut to oppose oppo c But in inthe intlIe inthe
the end there will illcOlllO iIl come the inevit inevitable ineitable inevitaable ¬
able alliance between the sovereign sovereignand sOereigtiand sovereignand
and the people the th alliance that tluttfinally thatfimtlly thatfins
finally fins I ly gave parliamentary 111 govern government goernmCllt governinent ¬
ment to the tJ e people pcopluoC of England J g 1Itl the thealliance thenIlimce thealliance
alliance that in one form or another anotherhas ftUotlcrhlUI anotherhiss
has achieved that end in almost almostevery amostter alniostevery
every ter country COl1 trJ that has worked < l out outparliamentar3 outpKrJillmelJtnr outpstrhininei
parliamentar3 pstrhininei tars government for it itself it ite1f itself ¬
self e1f
selfThe The = achievement may not be poe poesible POltsible p0 p0Sille
sible under tho present pnscJt Cssar Per Perhaps Pcrlal8 Perltaiw ¬
haps lal8 many more yours are to be bespent bespent bespent
spent in marking time But Bittit it has hasbeen laAaleell hasbeeti
been nmde plain in the last two twoor twoor twoor
or three years ear8 that revolution is i s im impossible impossible hapoSsible ¬
possible in lliissJK under present presenteconomic prcenteconomic rc
economic conditions condi tions The people peoplehave peoItieItlc 1e0J4Chave
have nothing nothiintt but their hands to tonght tofight tofight
fight with wi iii The government t ta finan financial ituaudftl ltiiaiicial ¬
cial strength is in its debs iUv iUvpresent it itprosent it itprent
present creditors must see 8 it aus austiiifleL us ustained ustaincd
tained The Kussmii people cannot cminotfight ctmnot ctmnotfight cannotlight
fight the Kuiwian army and hope hopethat hopethatt hopethat
that the army Krm will ever revolt seems seemsillusionary He Heill seeiaillusionary
illusionary ill usi on a r in view of o if its loyalty Joyaltythroughout loyaltyth oa1t oa1tthrouphout
throughout th roughout recent r recen eel1t t troublous times timesSo timeaSo ti me meSo
So the people l ople owing hag convinced convincedthat cOI1ineedtlillf convinceilI
that I hut revolution is impracticable and andthe an anthe andthe
the Sovereign l being iwg likewise satis satisfied stttiafled satisfiCI ¬
fled that its menace is not so great greatas
as Was wag a8 stippofacd fIIPpottC immediately imm httely after aftertlie afternae afterthe
the tlapanese J1iL1ie war may nta take up and andadjust aDdadjust and8ljUSt
adjust their differences < the people peoplemay lCoplemay P0Plemay
may be given g en a real voice in govern government gOfernment governiiaent ¬
ment and parliamentary rule albeit albeitsadly RlbeftI albeitsadly
I sadly HCll limited l and hampered in the thebeginnings theI thebeginnings
I beginnings may be established establishedAfter ttabUahlodAfter establishedAfter
After that it can Uit be reHed upon to togrow togrow togrow
grow safely safel and surely surelyThe surelyThe ur J JI
I The Suns Cleverness ClevernessThe
The he District Di > trict of Columbia Coht tbia is the thesubject 1ibesuject se seSilbjeCt
subject of an extremely entertain entertaining entertainiiig ntertaining ¬
ing editorial in todays todaJ New Xe York YorkSun YorkSun YorkSun
Sun With itb characteristic cleverness clevernessthe clevernestlthe clevernesithe
the editors of that paper have been beenable beenable beenable
able in short six inches of sce space to toi tomake tomake
i make the tJlefoJlowiRg following charges against againstMS
us ftiutfgive aJl 5fllVC give them tb i the tll thapeet aspect of fact factj factThat factThtat
j That official WaaWngton WuJrin < tvn and utI a Hcomplacent aeompl acomplacent
complacent eompl nt press are disposed to tobelieve tobelievc tobdlleve
believe that it will give pleasure 1eaaure in inhigh inlaigh inbight
high quarters to take another and anda
a still shrewder twist in the tail of ofrailroad ofrltiJroa ofrailroad
railroad insolence and that there therefore therei ¬
i I fore we are asking for smokeless smokelesslocomotives smokek smokekI sistokelessI
I locomotives to the new nc Union Sta Station Stat ¬
t tion
I tionThat That the District Commissioners Commissionersand CommiuioMN CommiuioMNIresumablf Coiintisaionerafll
and presumably all the people eOple of ofWashington orWxshingtdn ofVashiingtoii
Washington wink at the swarming swarmingautomobiles sArmingautoJI1fJbihti swarmingautomobiles
automobiles which ravage every everythoroughfare eeryi everythoroughfare
i thoroughfare filling ftlIil1 the air with of offensive ofI offensive
I fensive smoke and distilling 1i < t lIing as they theypass theypKS1 theypass
pass a malodorous aad aJWiltenetrating aJWiltenetratingI 314 penetrating penetratingperfume penetratingperfume
perfume per U1Mc of gasolene gasoleneThat p gitsolenerhat olenc olencI
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I That this i ilJ is in i brief 1 rief the effect of ofthe ofI ofthe
I the Exalted Example meaning the the1resident thelresileut I I8ident
1resident 8ident of course e in at pursuit l Unluit > of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Octopus OctopusAmusement OctopusAmusewlut OctopuSAmusement
Amusement is i the one UC good effect effectof etfectI effectof
I of such writing writiu MS this thi It tis is heavy heavywith helt heavywith y yith
with ith misinformation It depends dependsaltogether c1epcndaultogetber dependsaltogether
altogether on premises prcomi os which the theSun theSun thesun
Sun could have unproven to itself itselfby itselfby
I by a moments JU0Jl1 nt8 quiet reflection ro ection or orhalf orhalf orhalf
half an au hours tOUr8 searching of files filesThe fUesThe fliesThe
The plain truth of the matter is isthat istbat isthat
that the Sun has aRs been run away aW with withby withby iU iUI
I by its own smartness smartnessFor snUtrtness snUtrtness1dr smartnessFor
For 1dr first the 1 he regulations which whichit wliebi whicitmt
i it is proposed to extend to the rail railroads ranroat18 rai1roads ¬
roads are not special 81 ecial > legislation legislationconceived legislationconceivec1or legislationconceived
conceived conceivec1or or aimed by 1 the President Presidentor Pr i ent entor
or anyone else at the doubletrack doubletrackOctopus donblctrxtkOctOPU8 doubletrackOctopua
Octopus exclusively On the con contrary contraQ contrary ¬
trary it is a tardy attempt to bring bringthe brinKthe bringthe
the Octopus under regulations which whicheveryone wa vhikeveryone ll llceronc
everyone ceronc else el c in the District is i al already alreftdy already ¬
ready made to observe observeAgain obaerveAgainthe observeAgainblie
Again Againthe the expenditure of mil millions millions istillions ¬
lions on the pew new Union Station has hnsnot 11ASnot hasnot
not been confined to the railroads railroadsThey rttilroa railroadsrhiey 1s 1sTh <
They Th y have only onl done one their part partAnd partAnd partA1Il
And a larger percentage of ofthe the cost costof costof costof
of the terminals is being paid by bythe bythe bythe
the government g ernmctit of the District Distriotten Distriottentimes Distriettentimes ten tentimes
times larger lllr er than New York is pay paying paying paylag ¬
ing forsimilar forlsimil r conveniences conveniynces There Thereis thcre rhtereis
1 is surely sl1rel no pursuit of oft1i the Octopus Octopushere OctolUSl1cre Octopushere
here save to give it money moneyAgain monc moneyAgain
Again Washington has either eithermore eithermorc eithermore
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more comprehensive regulations for forthe forthe forthe
the government of automobiles than thanNew thanXe thiaitNew
New Xe York or its government gov rDment en enforces cnforcus enforces ¬
forces its regulations with itl1 more de determination determination determination ¬
termination For the offensive offensivesmoke ofTcllsiesmoke offensivesmoke
smoke from autovehicles autov hic1es and andmalodorous andmalodorous andmalodorous
malodorous and nd penetrating penet ating per perfume perI perfume ¬
fume of gasolene arc areattar attar of roses roseshere roscsbere roseshere
I here compared co purtl1 with the correspond corresponding corrcspondling correspondI ¬
ling I lug ebullitions on Riverside n cr8idc drive driveAs driveAs driveAs
As a matter ot fact fa t the gasolene car earis caris caris
is no more of an offense in Wash Washington Washington y h hington ¬
ington than a horse and cart cartper cartperhaps cartperhaps per perhaps ¬
haps not so much muchFinally muchFinallyif niuchFinallyif
Finally Finallyif if the Sun Sun can find any anydetail an andctnil anydetail
detail of f our city government which whichis whi whichis < h his
is as a generally unaotisfnptory U1 tisf1Wtory as the thecorresponding tIlecorresponding thecorresponding
corresponding feature Of New XcwYorlcs XcwYorlcscit Yorks Yorkscity Yorkscity
city cit administration < it will find also alsoa
a matter on which the press of ofWashington ofWashington ofWashington
Washington will be decidedly not so s sI soI
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edited editedby j jy I Iby
Complacent coinphaeentas as the paper once
by y the distinguished distinguishede Mr Dana DanaGermany Danar
Germany e r rinany DY finds llndsthe the proposition p lt1on of col colomstag colon colonis
on onis omstag ht Africa about abqUt as heavy a a 5 th thUnited tnUnftect teis teisUnIted
United States has found it in the Phil PhilIppiael Philippi Pttllppg
ippi Ippiael and to make matters mat ere worse worseGermany woneGermaa w0SQsrmaay
Germany Germaa isnt In the cheerful position eC eChaTltsc SfbavI t tbavteg
bavteg bavI the price pricehe pr1 priceThe < e ehe
he he melancholy nchol days cia are com m th thtOttast tM tMaatillt tht
tOttast t we w shall know when beII we weftM weea Vfl4 Vfl4toW
ftM toW unties ea on garden sardenneYer seeds an aSUt aSUtteP1I fl fltheyll
theyll never grow growGovernor I1OwGovernor growGovernor >
Governor Hughes Hugh Is Hading ftadl dM dMYork the New NewYork h hTotk
York Legislautre fully as hard bar U Uage to tosce > USfl USflage
sce age as Mr Roosevelt finds Congress cowhile CoaIreSLwhile Congresswhile
while ho discovered that jfais bl Cabinet Cabinetis Ca1lHt Ca1lHtIs
is a lot harder to reorganise reor than that thatf thatet
et f th the Federal Chief ExecuthThe ExeeutI ExeeutITue Executive ExecutiveThe
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The statistics uuc running ruJUllft out to fraction fractionof tracUolleora
of ora a cent et Indicate that tbattbe the young OWlat men menat laSSat
at Yale smoke little drink drlnka tots and are area S Sa
a mighty mlttty saving lot of chaos ehapj ehapj8t eha ThOSS ThOSSstaustfrs Tho Thostatistics
statistics 8t will have to be made over 06 or orYale orYale GeYale
Yale will lose all her scboUstkr bo1MtJc bo1MtJcNfiW sttmsV sttmsVmg Maadtag
V VNew
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mg >
New NfiW York YOrk proposes to become becO the themost bemoet lbStacit
most artistic convenient and beaniifut beaniifutmetropolis MaadtJImetropoUaln bUd4PImettopoll
metropolis metropoUaln in the world New York Yorkshould Yolkshould
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should take talcet t 10 smoking another r kind kindIt dadIf ktadTt
It If ht pYoposNl In New York t pass passlegislation pSSieislation f
legislation that win tax street sign signboards nboard signboards
boards out of existence It seems as if ifBeautiful IfBauWul IfHsuttful
Beautiful Washington ought to get in inon inOft inon
on that Jaw hvwRussia JawT lawRuSSIIs
Russia T RuSSIIs ts to send cruisers from from tlio tlioBtwck tll tllBlaek thBlack
Black Sea Sea to o the tar JCaat to watch tin tinJapanese tii tiiJraneae
Japanese poachers If the poachers dont dontteal ln Imsteal I It
steal teal t the cruisers it will be Russias Russiasmost RlItia Rusasmoat I
most ot distinguished naval achUvemnt achUvemntCastro ac11tt > n t tCastro
Castro Is reported hotter wai whkl Ii i ia1way is isalways i < i
always taken to mean worse worseBoss oneI oneReut worsefiSSI I
Boss Rest Is having a Reuf timo tint of it itsince ItsIee
since Scblmtz got back tu liitl old oldSan oldsanFraa oldSan
San sanFraa sanFraaYOUT Fran I
YOUTHS YOUT S PRAYBR PRAYBRLet PRA PRAYKL1et Yn YnLet
Let me live out laY years in heat of ofWood ofblood ofblood
blood WoodLet bloodLet bloodLMt
Let me die drunken with the dream dreamers drea1tters dreamers ¬
ers ers wine wineI wineLet
I Let > t me not see this lb soulhouse built of ofmud ofmud ofmud
mud mudGo mudGo mudGo
Go topping to to the fa dust imt a vacant vacantshrine yaeaatshrine vacantshrine
shrine shrineLet shrineLet shrineLet
Let me o oqidckly quickly like a candle light UahtSnuect lightSnuXedout lightSnuffed
SnuXedout Snuffed out just at the heyday of Its Itsglow ItaIh haaveie
glow glowGive
Give mv aveie me high noon noosand and tot It then tbean1pt he henight bsThas
night nightThus I
Thus 111 would I gn gnAnd gaAnd
And grant ra t that when I face the theTh grisly grII grIIThing
Thing ThingXy Th ThXy Thingy
Xy y song BOn may ma trumpet down c10wnthe the gray
Perhaps Perhapslet PerhapeIet PerhapaLet =
let in ute be as a tune tuneswept swept fiddle string
rhat feels the Master Melody Mel04yancl Mel04yanclsnaps Melodyandsnaps and andsnaps
snaps snapsJohn snapsJohn snapsJohn
John 0 Xeihardt in the February Me MeClures XeL1ure MCClures >
Clures L1ure L1ureOFFERS CluresOFFERS
OFFERS 20000 20000FOR 20000FOR
FOR 1 THE RETURN lOiOF RETURNFathe RETURNOF
OF in 8 8From so soFather SON SONFather
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Father of f Boy Kidnaped KidnapedFrom Kidn n jed jedFrom i iSeeks
From Delaware Farm FarmSeeks FarmSeeks
Seeks Officers Aid AidKITTS AidI AidKITTS AidWJTTS
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KITTS HAMMOCK DeL March 7 7I 7I
I will give 10000 K > 000 reward for the thetunI re return return ¬
turn of my child child or I wll give pyeto giveto 0 0to
to the detectives if I they will bring my myboy mybOy rn rnbOy
boy safely tely borne said Dr Marvin Marvinfather Xarvtnlather MsrvInfather
father of the missing mlul fouryearold child childwho eb1k1r
r who was kidnapped Monday from his hishome h hhere his1iPe
home here Mrs Standish a sisterin sisterinlaw sIsterinlaw
11 law of Dr Marvin aln said today what is ismy IsID7 Ismy
my theory theoryHow titloryhiow to1Y to1YHOW
How could anybody ever have a atheory atbe athery
theory abodt this whole affair My lit little little littie ¬
tle daughter > r and the lost child were wereat wereat wsreat
at plav pia ph in the straw stack yard and andthat andtlat andtilat
that tlat is one hundred yards to the rear rearf rearof
f of f the house The little girl left the thetot theIlOt theteL
tot teL Horace sitting by the side l of the thebig UteI Utebl thebig I
IlOt big < straw sUa w stack the one which is now nowalmost JaOWablo nowahnost
almost torn dour She hurried into intothe 1I1tothe intothe
the house to get c t UtUe John Horace Horacesolder Horaceolder 4oracesolder
older brother broth r to go out with them and andPlay andplay andplay
Play PlayThe playThe
I The 573acre farm fa one of the largest largestin
in Delaware from which little Horace HoraceMarvin HoraeeI HoraceMrYn
I Marvin disappeared on Monday morn morning mornj morntag ¬
j tag I In broad daylight was scoured co red all allday
I day yesterday by m mn < n who have made madelifelong madelitIong madelifelong
lifelong specialties of trapping over the themeadows theI themeadows
meadows and hunting birds but butno butnotllce TK TKtrace no notrce >
I trace of the child cblldJlas juts been found foundDr foundDr foundDr
Dr Marin has gone to Philadelphia Philadelphiato PhUade PhUadeto =
to confer with Captain of Detectives DetectivesDonaghy Detect DetectDonaghy DetectivesDonaghy
Donaghy HP is frantic over the childs childsdisappearance child childdbJapp childsdisappearance
disappearance disappearanceShip dbJapp disappearanceUSES > aranN aranNUSES
USES WATGH ATGF1 GHA GHATO GHATO
TO HANG HANGHIMSELF HANGHIMSELFShip HIMSELF HIMSELFShip
Ship Surgeon Found in Time Timeto Timeto Timeto
to to Give Him Chance Chanceto Chan e eto
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to Repent RepentKIW RepentNEW RepentNwr
NEW YORK March r 7 7TwIsting Twisting TwlaU his hiswatch hisAaten hiswatch
watch chain arojund rcwad his neck Dr Eu Eugene EuCelie Eugene ¬
gene Kaufman surgeon on the steam steamship ateamship steamship ¬
ship reiser Pei r of the HamburgAmerican HamburgAmericanline
line line tried to commit suicide Buicidebt in a cell cellin eeltin cellin
in the Hoboken police station The chain chainwas cIulin hin hinwas
I was made of rather heavy links and andbeing dI adbeing
being belD of extra length len th such as 8 seamen seamenare aenei n nare
I are fond of wearing he found It easy easyto eanyto
to bind It around his neck and then thentwist tbentwist thentwist
I
twist the ends end together drawing the thechain thei thechain
i chain closer and closer The surgeon surgeonfell surgeonI surgeonfell
I fell unconscious to the floor where her he hewas hej hewns
j was found by a keeper keeperDespondency kt keeperDespondency eper eperDetlpondenc >
Despondency caused by the fear of oflosing or110etng oflosing
110etng losing his position po ltwn drove the doctor to tothe totb tothe
the tb act act It is said When the boat ar arrived Arrlved arrived ¬
rived in port he met nu t several friends tlieDCI friendsI ami amithey alIGI
I they started out to oJ have a celebration celebrationThe celebrationI celebrationThe
I The result was that iha Dr Kaufman was wasarrested wuaTTested wssarrested
arrested He felt f that his arrest was a adisgrace aJ aI
J disgrace and andwept r wept saying he would be bedischarged beI bedischarged
I discharged dhlcbargedI dischargedWhen
I When the prison prlllO keeper was out of ofsight ofhe ofsight
sight he lulled pulled the th chain from tront his hispocket blspoeket hispocket
pocket and on quickly quJc it put into effect his hisscheme hiseheme hisscheme
scheme for selfdestruction self d tructlon When Vh n he hewas hewu hewas
was revived he was taken to the court courtwhere courtI courtwhere
where he wes w S sentenced to ten days in injail inJstJ Injail
I jail jailBRITISH JstJI jailBRITISH
I BRITISH COLLIER ON FIflE FIflEOFF FI FIJEOFF E EOFF
OFF ISLAND OF ST LUCIA LUCIAKINGSTON LUCIAKINGSTON LUCIAKINGSTON
KINGSTON Jamaica March 7 iThe iTheBritish 7TheBritish The TheL
L British steamer FICthwood Fltthwo d which left leftCardiff lettCardt leftCardiff
Cardiff < February 8 for Barbados and andTrinidad andI andTrinidad
Trinidad with coal is I rTv rywrt1 YOrp1 > rtr < l to t tp tpon I IEtg fl flon
on flro fIr oT tJ th tnd I of r S St LUMrs Li it The ThrBritish TheBritish
I Etg British h cruiser tl rli Indefatigable 4 f bl blJh Jh has gone goneto g gto goneto
to her he rescue
M M3C0nte1yC0h1ts M3C0nte1yC0h1tsPhotographs rs Cort Cortelyou lyou Collects CollectsPhotographs llects I IPhotographs
Photographs of Husband HlJsbandl
I
GEORGE GEO GE B CORTELYOU CORTELYOUSecretary CORTELYOUSecretaty CORTELYOUSecretary
Secretary of the Treasury Who Since 1900 Has Been DeeD Secretary etary to the Presi President PI PIdeBt President ¬
dent Secretary of Commerce and Labor and Postmaster General GeneralAt GeaeraJAt GeneralAt
At Every Stage of His Promotion She Has Hasi HasHim HasHim
i Him Sign Picture PictureGot Got Second Signature Signatureas
as Secretary of Treasury j
When Georg B B Cortelyou was w sworn swornUs 8WOIDIta swornIs
Us as Secretary of the Treasury his firstsignature first ArSt8Icaatt firstMgntro
signature e was that attached to his oath oathf oatbff1l oathet
ff1l f omce Then a sweetfaced woman womancam womaaa womancame
cam a came quickly to his side A few of the thechiefs thechief thechiefs
chiefs who wbo had gathered to honor th thnow the theaew8eefttrY thenow
now aew8eefttrY Secretary knew that she was w Mrs MrsCortelyou M MCortelyou MrsCortelyon
Cortelyou but they did not know that thather thather thather
her celerity la getting ttma near her Husband Husbandwas IWIbandwas husbandwas
was to make alte sure that his second MeODdnat1lre sig signature signature ¬
nature in hi bill new official oSelal place was on ona ona ona
a photograph of her remarkable collec collection collection rollertlon ¬
tion tionThe tlonThe tionTh
Th The Secretary wrote more than his hisautograph bIs3utocrapb hisautograph
autograph He added a few lines line sack sackas stickas
as only a loving husband could co inscribe inscribeto
to a wife wlf and then he took up the duties dutiesof dutleaot dutiesof
of his position positionHer poeItoa1fer positionHer
Her Fwr Photographs PhotographsWith PbtaraWith JM Irp118WIth
With the pride ie that onlylbe only wife of o a aremarkable are1D4Ibbie arem4rkabe
remarkable man can feel Mrs Cortel Cortelyou Con ConyoU Cortyou ¬
you told the friends who were 1ftie with Itb Itbthat her herthat herthat
that this tb l made the fourth important importantpicture Importaatpkture importantpicture
picture that her husband had signed for forThe forbfI forher
her In a few years yearsThe
The first was when in IMft hSOi he heprolllOted was wasomoted wasprosioted
prolllOted omoted to be Secretary Seeftta to the Presi Presit PrtaIdent Prealdent
dent t the second when owbecame beeaJae a aCabinet aCabinet aCabinet
Cabinet officer Secretary of Commerce
and Labor the U third when he took tookcharge tookclarJe tookcharge I
charge at the Postodtce Department DepartmentIs L LIt
Is it any wonder that she was nervously nervouslyanxious Dell nervOuslyanxious Dlly
anxious to get his first signature ture the themoment themoment themoment
moment after he had taken the oath to toadminister toadmlal toadminister I
administer admlal r faithfully the finances ftn C8 of the thenation theaanon thenation
nation nationIt aanonIt nationIt
It was a pretty little scene and had hadsomething badetJa hadsomething
something etJa about It appealingly human humanBeBtarkahie bomanCaaIer humank humanCoftelyozrs
BeBtarkahie k Comer ComerCortelyous CaaIerCortelyous
Cortelyous career has b been so re remarkable re rerkable remarkabi ¬
markable rkable that on alae almost wonders at it itunless ItUIIIfta Itunleu
unless they who wonder have known the theman theJIIIL theman
man His last promotion recalls the thestory theIJtoIT thestory
story recently told by J James B Morrow MorrowMorrow MorrowMorrow MorrowMorrow
Morrow said that i few years ago when whenRath whtDRathbone whenRathboae
Rath Rathbone bone was Assistant A t Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PosissasterGeneral
General the latter sent 8 for Morrow and andoIIered andoffered j joffered
1
offered him the position of private see seeretarv sect seeretar
retarv Morrow declined dc > as he pre preferred pref peeferred ¬
t ferred f rred newspaper work workA wwkA workA
A few f days later he met Bathbone Bathbonewho BatldMme BatldMmewbo athbooewho
who remarked rked Wen tall I found f ffor fo a i a
f for or the h Job a young y chap claapet06 nasnrd Prtr Prtrtelyov
telyov from New York Ho Ueall starts Inall in inall
all tight t and I think he will suit 8UIt one once
he learns lea the ropes ropesRathbone roveeRathbone
Rathbone predicted better than be bothought betboucht bethought
thought He lived to see his modest modestsecretary rnodestsecretary ea eary
secretary ry become the head h of the Post Postoffice tolllee PostoMce
office Department and then assume assumecharge auamecharp assumecharge
charge of the t Treasury T
I
J COMING CO MIN G TO THE THE THEA THEATERS TERS j
i 3fation 1fatioulFlKtyiYe l Fortyire Minutes FIWM FIWMBroadway FrrnBroway
I
Broadway BroadwayFay DroaiwayFay BrowayPay
Fay Tetapleton one of the cleverest cleverestcomediennes cleverestcomediennes I
comediennes in this country will come cometo cometo cometo
to the National next week In Klaw KlawErlangers KiawErlangers at
Erlangers production of George M Co Cohans CoI cobans ¬ I
hans baa new nl musical play Fortyfive FortyfiveMinutes FortyftveM FortyflveMtnutez
I Minutes M nutes from fro Broadway with a record recordof recordof
lof of twentyeight weeks ht New few ew York and andthirty andthirty i ithtrty
thirty in Chicago ChicagoI ChicagoCohan I II
I Cohan to the tb author of the book lyrics lyricsand lyricsand
I and music of Fortyre Minutes from fromBroadway fromI
I Broadway which he personally staged stagedi s stog stogThe
i The story 4ory ry is told in three scenes the thelocation thelo theI
I location lo location of which is I New Rochelle Roebeliesuburb a asuburb
> suburb of New York fortyfive minutes minutesfrom mlnut mlnutfrom utinutrota
I
from rota Broadway BroadwayThere BroadwayThere
I There Tiler are but six musical features featuresin
in the piece and two of these are sung sungby sungI
I by Miss TempletOn Mary > UT to a Grand GrandOld GrandI GrandOld
Old Name and aocISo So Long Mary Lary Mr MrMoore MrMoore
I Moore has a number of the same title titleas titleas
as the play Robert Orr as Tom Ben Benrett Benrctt n nI
rett the heir has b s a song called The ThePopular TbeI
I Popular Millionaire MillionaireThe MIllionaireI MillionaireThe
I The east 3st include Charles ChrlesLouig PrinceLouis Prince PrinceLouis
Louis Grisel Gri el Robert Ro rt Ober Maurice MauriceElliott MacriceElliott
Elliott James Manning annln Floyd Francis FrancisEmma Fr1i FrancisEmma Cis
Emma LJttlefleld Julia Ralph Marion MarionSinger MarionSinger
Singer June Franklyn Hazel Troutman TroutmanMarguerite TroutmanMarcuerlte TroutmanMarguerite
Marguerite Lane Evelyn Francis F and andElizabeth andElizabeth
Elizabeth Elisa th Young YoungMatinees YoUQatlneetJ YoungMatinees
Matinees atlneetJ Wednesday and Saturday SaturdayBelasco SaturdAyBelucoT SainedSyBelacoThe
Belasco BelucoT Tbe e Twirists TwiristsThe TeuriatsThe TeuristsThe
The Tourists which Web comes to die dieBelasco tMBeIaJIco th thBelasco
Belasco Belascocredit Tb Theater ster next week k has to Its itacredit Itscredit
credit consecutive engagements of o six sixmonths sni sniipouths
months at the Majestic Theater In New NewYork NeW NewYork
York and d tour months in Boston the thelatter thelatter
latter during the heat of the summer summerThe summerThe summerThe
The book and lyrics ot f The To Toujlsts Toujlstsare Tourists Touristsare
are ar by R H BurosWe BuMute and a 4 the music mUBlet to toth Isthe
I th t the composition of Gustave qustave K Kt Kerker rker Mr MrBunudde MrBurnside MrBurnaide
Bunudde has chosen C Oftn for or r his environment environmentthe
in the themterior theIntroor theinterior
the th mythical city of < Rangapang
I interior of Hindustani where he h has hasrties hasi hasbrought
brought tWO parties rties of American tour tourthe tourW tourtat
i tat W one consIsting < of young oung glrl gIrI aad aadI afldthe
the other of a young youb < American student studentaccompanied studentacaompanled studentaceompanled
I accompanied by his eccentric tutor and andi andguardian
guardian There are any number of ofonl ofsong
I song hits It 1ts Nice to Have a Sweet SweetI SweetherC
i heart ie easily easll one of the hits of the thevear theYear theyear
of unusual excel excellence excellenee ¬
Year The cast Is one
I ienc lence Richard Golden Is the principal principalcomedian principaleoIDe principalcemedian
comedian eoIDe < Uan assisted by such comedienne comedienneand comed comedionflarid nnea nneaI
and ccmediins as EHmal EUzalotth h Spencer SpencerLouis SpencerInuis Spencertoui
I Louis Barthel Margaret t Starr Charles CharlesV Charl s sI
W V Myers Fred Frear Alfred Froom a aveteran aI aveteran
I I veteran of comic opera and a number numberof nomberI
I of other prominent promlDeDtplayen players Then there thereIB therea thereJa
I IB a beauty chortS of o the usual Ilsual Shnberv ShnbervStandard Shubenltancard Shubertstandard
Standard of f pretttaess pretttaessColumbia prettnethe pretttnessI
I Columbia ColumbiaIn In the Bishops Carriage CarriageWhen Carriage1IWhen CarriageWhen
When Jessie Busley presents her new newplay newplay V Vplay
play In the Bishops Carriage at the theColumbia theColumbia theColumbia
Columbia Theater T ter next week local localtheatergoers localtheatetoetS localtheatergoers
theatergoers will be given an n oppor opportunity opportunity oppertunity ¬
tunity to see one of the most talked talkedabout talked talkedabout takedabout
about characters of modern Action ActionN ActionNance fictionNnee
N Nance nce Olden the girl thief hief of Miriam MiriamMSehaetoons rtambael8ons MtriamMkhanIaons
MSehaetoons MkhanIaons > bael8ons famous ta ool ovel 0 In this thischaracter thlseb thischaraCter
character eb raeter Miss 11 Busley has achieved one oneoC ODeher oneof
oC Her greatest charaotLrizritiotui from fromall froml1
all 11 Accounts The supporting cast is an anadmiral anadmlrahl anadmirahie
admiral admirahie on one Inclinlitig Ifll Ii tig such exr t xcflhnt excllntplvrs xcflhntL < > lUnt lUntplvtrs
plvtrs L 1 as Ros Roc Ro Etyngo Etn James JaTfl K Kbyron i irum II
rum am KOI I p1 byron hyr on Douglas cljgla Kat J Jp Jpn 1p 1pn p pi
I i y n an anl iavina Lavlna SiiiJia S S1Aet ltnln hI 1 llu 1 1 h si siequipment 1 1equtpmcnt <
equipment is well up to the Ltebter LtebterCo Lleb LieblerCo r rCo
Co standard and the whole production
evidences vJd n the most careful preparation
In every detail detailChases det3ilC1wIaePalite detailCbePoiite
Chases C1wIaePalite Polite Vaudeville VaudevilleChases TmeCbuea YsudeflleChases
Chases bill next week will n include
Ju Julian n Eltinge Bert Lewis and com companv compaav cornMaw
Maw Jock Wbitfurd the DufinRedcay DufIDR caJ
troupe ttOUptMmat Jurmatroop rong and an Clark the Three
Roses Tfemen eaten a g nd Mit Miller r and The
VH Life of J a Cowboy Cowbo motion pictures
Julian Eltinge Ehtingea s act is I a dainty dalnt feminine feminineCharacterization
Characterization baruterlzatiora He was a member > r of
the famous famo Boston Cadets amateur amateurcompany amateurcompany tear tearCODapaly
company in which all the roles rolesplaTed were wereplayed woreplayed
played by the lads and the heroine parts pa partscli
fell cli 1l to the lot of It Mr Eltinge Bert Lea Leslogans Lathe
lie the king uf if slang will presuat t tocan
logans ocan Visit Jock Whitford the thegreat thehat thegirat
great hat Scotch comedian the DutfinRed DutfinRedcay OuJ8nRedca DumnRedcay
ca cay company in a sensational casting
act and other feature prominent Pl t in invaudeville Inaudeme Invaudeville
vaudeville are scheduled scheduledMajestic schtdu1edJlajetioIM scheduledMai5Tbe
JlajetioIM Majestic Th Boy Seat BeJtiIlCl the G Gn GnThe GunThe n nThe
The smell of burnt powder will hover hoverabout hoverabout hoverabout
about the t Majestic all the coming
week for Harry Clay Cla Blaaey equipped equippedwith equippedwith
with four Gashing gtu a score of
Winchesters Winehtstera and fully four dozen d aea Colts Coltsrevolvers Colt Coltrevolvers Coltsrevolvers
revolvers will make things lively Ii ely at
Manager Blisters ElJ popular playhouse in
his hi thriller The Boy Behind the Gun GunMr GunMr
Mr Blaney has a capacity for maId maIdgood making
good and he says that his present presentvehicle presentYehk1e presentvehicle
vehicle makes his former productions productionslook productionslook productionslook
look like target practice alongside of a areal areal areal
real battle A 0 mighty array ITa of artillery
to turned loose in the hut act showing showingthe
the destruction of the Russian Ruse warships warshipsby
by Admiral Togos fleet m the Sea of ofJapan ofIapan ofJapan
Japan A troup of Royal Guards of ofJapan ofJapan ofJapan
Japan ts carried to give this production productionlocal procincUoni productionlocul
i local color colorLyceum colori colorLyceumTheStar
i Lyceum iYCetnar LyceumTheStar The Star Girls GirMlt and ad Can
I mag Diac the Jail Breaker BreakerNext BreakerI BreakerNext
I Next ext week the Star Show Girls Girlsand Girls Girlsand Girlsand
and Cunning the jailbreaker will w l be bethe beI bethe
the double doubleoGeJing offering at the Lyceum No Noable Noprtton Noprison
I prison cell in the country baa ever DeeR beenable DeeRI
I able to hold Cunning The Star Sow SowGirls 51r 51rI w wGirls
I Girls GI present a threeact tbreeaet1Iuee farce 4irce comedy comedycalled eotnedycalled comedycalled
called Dopey Dan m In which Charles Char
I Nichols assumes the leading < role He HeIs Heis
Is assisted aas by James Macfcey James JamesDlxon JamesDixon
I Dixon Frank Graham and John Baker Bakerbesides Bakerj Bakerbesides
j be besides ldes twentyfour handsome show showgirls showgirls ¬
girls The lady souaves and the roller rollerskating rollorskating
I skating girls are two of the many man manSELECT
features offered offeredPLAYGOERS offeredPLAYQOERS
PLAYGOERS SELECT PLAYS PLAYSFOR PLAYS PLAYSFOR I
1 FOR MANTELLS MAN MANTELLSREPERTORY MANTELLSREPERTORYPostal ELLS REPERTORY REPERTORYPosial PEPERTORY PEPERTORYI PEPERTORYPostal I
Postal cards were sent to all reacferg reacfergof
I of the New ew National Theaters weekly weekl I IpIlper
paper Greenroom Glimpses recently
naming naml the plays pla of Shakespeare includ included ¬
I ed in fl the repertory rep rtory of Robert Man KanteU KanteUI tell
this tblaRIUIOD season and asking a that the play ¬
I goers themselves select 1ect the acting < reper repertory ropertory ¬
tory for the coming Washington engage engagement easagemente engagemeat ¬
meat mentThat mente
1 menteTbat That keen interest Int was wa taken In the thecoming thecoming
coming of this un player was amply attest attested attested ¬
ed by th the number of cards that were w re re returned re returned returned ¬
turned The vote as recorded by b the thetheater theI thetheater
theater management maIl was w as follows
I Macbeth 150 e OtheUo Othello 6Z8 28 8 the TJ e eSWv
Merchant of Venice 9Cl uJeI King Leai
J SWv It Sl q Hamlet g5j a 4Juhliis Julius Jut Caesar Wft i i
The repertory therefore win be as
I follows followsi fohiowsMonday
followsMoDcJayItA MoDcJayItA Monday niglt t Jlaebetb T Tary
1r Tht t othelf OtheITo W Wedcjy dneaday aftemooa afteraooiTr
i i T Tr o Merchant ercbant of Venice Wednesday Wednesdaynie
I nie n rz t Kmg 1nJr Lear ThusIi nta n ritbt ritbtrrl1ay t tHariiot t t1
Hariiot 1 t Friday flay night Saturday iturdav fr frernoon 1rernoon
j ernoon and Saturday night Julius JuliusCaesar JulIusCaesar JuliusCaesar
Caesar
HONEYMOON HONEYMOONRUDELYDISTURBED
COREA I IRUDELY
RUDELY RUDELYDISTURBED RUDELYDISTURBEDBY DlSTURBED DlSTURBEDBY
BY W WAR9S AR9 S ALARMS
Nicaragua Envoy Forced Forcedto Forcedto Forcedto
to Get Back to His HisWork HisWork HisWork
Work WorkHis WorkHis WorkHis
His Countrys Danger DangerErom DangerEronl DangerErom
Erom Allied Republics RepublicsConsidered RepublicsConsidered RepublicsConsidered
Considered Grave GraveGeneral GraveGelaeraJ QraveGeneral
General Shermans Sber famous ftsstoKtoa ftsstoKtoaof
of war might be expected expect to be heartily heartilyapproved 1Ieart 1Ieartpproved hertil7approved
approved by Senor Don Luis F Core Corethe Coda Codathe CorS5t
the t he minister from Ktearanga whose whoseplane wblMleplan WhOSSplanii
plane plan for a happy honeymoon in balmy balmysouthern b1 b1outhfrn b1la7southern
southern climes were nipped in the bud budht badt budtt
ht t the last moment by his country countryopening countrYening
opening > enlng up hostilities against Honduras Hondurasher Hooduraahtr HondurasIRr
I
her neighbor on the north northSenor northStnor northSenor
Senor Coreas Cort a marriage recently to toMiss to1i48 toMiss
Miss 1i48 India Bell Fleming the charming charmingyoung charmingyuing n nyotng
young daughter of CoL and Mrs Rob Robert Robfrt Robrt ¬
frt rt I 1 Fleming was a brilliant event eventin eventin eventn
in n diplomatic and official o8Iclalclet7 society But Butinstead BUtintttad Butinstead
instead of going to Florida the Baha Bahamas 1M 1Mmas Bakamas ¬
mas and Havana as they intended intendedih lateededlhy Intendedthy
thy ih > remained r malnt d within the border of ofthe ofthl ofth
the th District pausing the first wetk or erton orten orten
ten days da of the honeymoon in order ocHrthat orderthat i ithat
that the minister miJ ater might be within wltIaIaacefs easy easyaccess eayaccess
access of the State Department t and in inclose Indose Inclose
close communication with his govern government 50vernment governmeat ¬
ment
5T1Ie The Best LM Ma MaThe PlaTbe Plan PlanThe
The marriage had been planned to totake totaJIe totake
take place earner earlier hi the season M8OIS it itnow Itnow Itnow
now develops l but when war clouds cloudsbegan doudabecan cloudbegan
began to soar over Central America Americathe AJIIerieathe Americathe
the minister thought beat that it be bsput beput beput
put on oft to a later date or until the thesituation thesituation thesituation
situation at home appeared more tran tranquil tranquIL tinsquit ¬
quil Then the court of arbitration sat satat atat satat
at San Ss Salvador and id word came to toWashington toWaablnctoa toWashington
Washington that aU was well negotia negotiations DeaotlatIoa8 negotlatIas ¬
tions were progressing most favorably favorablyand fayonablad favorablyand
and a resumption of the friendly triencD re relations re reIat relatissis ¬
lations Iat between the two countries couat was wasassured wasa88Und wasaured
assured Then the date wan set for the thewedding meweddl thewedding
wedding weddl to be late in February
The minister arranged with his hi Presi President Prestt President ¬
dent t to enjoy Joy a honeymxton tour of sev several 8eWeral aereral ¬
eral weeks 8 on which hleh It was as expected expectedthe ex expectedthe ed edthe
the bridal couple would visit Jackson Jacksonville Jacksonille ackaonlIe ¬
ville ille lIe St Augustine Palm Beach Mi Miami Miami Mianti ¬
ami Nassau and Havana The itiner itinerary ttlneral Itinerary ¬
ary was all mapped out and only the themost tbemoat themost
most intimate friends rriln < s of the couple couplewere couplewerf couplewere
were made aware of the plans plansDISTRICT plansDISTRICT plansDISTRICT
DISTRICT MILITIAS amWill MILITIASANNUAL MILITIASANNUALMANEUVERS
ANNUAL ANNUALMANEUVERS ANNUALMANEUVERSWill MANEUVERS MANEUVERSWill
Will Join Coast Artillery ArtilleryPossibly ArtilleryPossibt ArtilleryPossiby
Possibly Possibt at Jamestown JamestownThis
I This ThisYear ThisYearTIle Thise ThiseThe Year YearThe
I
The District militia wU hare 1Ia its ti8liaaDeuTen an animal ananal ¬
anal maneuvers liaaDeuTen next summer In con conjunction omjunction ¬
junction with coast artillery artillerypoint at atpotat some somepoint CG81
point on the Atlantic possibly at Nor Norfolk NorfolIE Norfolk ¬
folk folIE in conjunction with the Jamestown JamestownExposition JamestownExposition
Exposition tIoe instead of with wIthbe the he in infantry IDaatry infautry
fantry cavalry and a4 field artillery artWerybefttotOft as asheretofore asboretofore
heretofore heretoforeTUa befttotOftTbI8 boretoforeThis
This announcement baa been made by bythe btbe bythe
the War Department in view of the thefact thefact thefact
fact that it has h been found necessary to toomit toI toomit
I omit brigade e and division encampment encampmentfor encampmentsfor
I for instruction 1 as many army posts postswill poIItaI
I will be depleted pkoted by reason Of about CJW CJWtroops 1500troops
i troops being bt lng in Cuba the movement of atseveral ofsteraI ofseveral
several regiments n gimpnta to the he PbUI PbUIand Philip Philipand Philippines Philippinesand
and the military display dl play at atNorfo atNorfoBIGAMY Norfolk NorfolkIIGUY Nori NoriBIGAMY
BIGAMY CHARGE CHARGEMM GHARflEL
t L AGAINST Ifflf IfflfTwenty YOUTH YOUTHTwenty YOUTHTwenty
Twenty Two Year Old OldPennsylvania OldPennsylvanian OldPennsylvanian
Pennsylvanian Marries MarriesToo MarriesToo MarriesToo
Too Often OftenSTROUDSBtRG OftenSTKOUDSSrRG OftenSTROUDSBtRG
STROUDSBtRG Pa Pa March 7 iLulIe iLulIeWhIttaker 7LukeWbhttaker Luke LukeWhlttaker
Whlttaker of f Marshalls Creek this tJaIcII thiscounty thiscounty
I county COt i is charged with bigamy bigamyWhtttaker IMpIDYWhittaker bigamyWblttker
Whtttaker last Friday FrIda obtained obtalbellat obtat a aUe ahIe
Ue Ba at S oclock m In the afternoon attemoee attemoeebefo and andbeforfirftjie andbefojhe
befo befojhe beforfirftjie be had married niedJma Etta Custard Custardof C Cot
of Marshalls Man Creek swearing on both bothoccasions tI bothoccasion
I occasions that he had obtained a dlvore dlvorefrom cII cIInom vree vreefrom
from his 1 former wife wifeThe wifeI wifeThe
I The accused man is bow nly t ttwo tI twity twitytwo
I two years old and when be w ma mafirst ala alafirst hisIllst
first matrimonial experiment t in 190 he hewas beI hewas
was seventeen seventeenThe eeventeenThe seventeenThe
The two wives wlY live only onI about ten tenmiles teamDea tenmiles
I miles apart
OLDEST OLDESTHEAI1 INHABITANTS INHABITANTSHEAR 1NFIABITAT8EAIIHNE
HEAR EAIIHNE FINE LECTURE LECTUREThat LET I1E I1Erit
J
I That iJ the linden tree trees ot Washington Washingtonare W nctOl1 nctOl1N
are N more numerous and more beautiful beautifulthan bet uUful uUfulthaatbe utifulthn
than thaatbe the famous lindens of Berth Her was wasthe wasthe
the statement made last evening before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the Oldest Inhabitants Association Associationwhich AsaocfitIbWhich
which met to IDLte the Corcoran building The Thespeaker Thespeaker
speaker was W R R Smith superinten superintendent 5U superlntendent len ¬
dent of tne Botanical Gardens GardensThe
The organisation adopted resolutions resolutionsin
in honor of the memory of Rudolph RudolphElclihorn RudolphEichhorn
Elclihorn who died last Sunday Stn a The Thefollowing Thefollowing
followln following were elected new members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the association associationGilbert aoda lon ionGilbert
Gilbert B n Fowles 2fl 2111 U Fourteenth Fourteenthstreet
street > t Patrick Cleary H 70S Twentyfourth TwentyfourthStreet TwentyfourthstJet TwentyfourthStreet
Street Louis Schmidt 702 01 Seventh street streetnorth streetrlrthwf streetnorthwest
north northwest west t W A A H Church 31i 31iF 317Fieveath 7 7Fleventfc
Fleventfc F entG street southeast southeastSLEPT ROUtbeastSLEPT southeastSLEPT
SLEPT FOR FIFTY FIF Y DAYS DAYSAWOKE DAYSAWOi DAYSAWOIE
AWOKE E DEAF AND DUMB DUMBDKWVER DUMBnBMVER DUMBnBtYER
DKWVER CoL March 7 7Willian William H HSchnabel H Hi IjSchnabet
i Schnabel who wh3 has been asleep I p ftfty ftftydays ftttyday fiftydays
days day recovered Yered consciousness ees but butawoke batawoke butawoke
awoke deaf and dumb To all appear appearances appearj appearacres ¬
j acres he is b well and communication by bywriting byI
I writing wdJJ shows his mind mlndand and other facul faculties facultieS laculties ¬
ties normal notma schcabai was w in good goodhealth coo4I
I health until early in January Januaryv
I TodAy he was taken before uae t tr DeB DeBy
v r TTstvwrsirjr n 11vs f1rAfSl medical school conic IcI 1c bm bmthe butthe
the doctors were unable una i 0 tatra jea the thecauce t tue tuecctue e eC1
I cauce C1 ue of u his deep sleep
I
WTO V1RYSLQVI V1RYSLQVIS V5 JJDVC JJDVCDiplomats
Diplomats S wokfcig wekk t Miss MissFleming MissFtemio MissRe
Fleming Re postponed once because becauseof beauseof 1au 1auof
of threatened thr atened hostilitiesMarriage hostilitiesMarriage hostilities hostilitiesMarriage
Marriage date set after false falsirumor fa falserumor ls lsrumor
rumor of settlement settlementWedding sdtIementWedding settlementWedding
Wedding during IuD in in lighting fiCbtingHoneymoon lightingHoneymoon ghtingHooeymoon
Honeymoon tour abandoned abandonedbecause a udonedbecaI asiidonedta
because ta of war warNow warNow warNow
Now honeymoon itself is inter interrupted interrupted interLater ¬
rupted ruptedLater ruptedLater
Later the arbitration movement aICW at came cameabruptly eam eambruptly cameabruptly
abruptly to an end and hostilities wr wrttsewed wrrenewed r rrenewed
renewed President Zelayacoid Zelaya cold stern sternnd sternand sternand
and nd grimvisaged warrior had no time timenor timenor timenOT
nor sympathy t tthy for affairs of Cupid and andthe andtbe andthe
the minister ter found himself obliged to toremain toreln toremain
remain within easy reach and communi communication communication commurication ¬
cation with the Washington Govern Government GtJvernmen Governznent ¬
men inasmuch as President nt Roosevelt Roosewlthad Roosevfltbad Roosevelthad
had taken n the initiative for peace and andimportant anlImlOrtaat andImportant
important ImlOrtaat diplomatic work might t be re required requIred requlred ¬
quired of the bridegroom at any mo moment mo momenL memeat ¬
meat menLThe meatThe mentThe
The invitations ifbr foi or the wedding al alreay aIreay alreay
reay had been issued and a postpone postponement postp postponemeat < ne nement ¬
ment was out of the question Fortu Fortunately Flrtunatel Fortunately ¬
nately natel however there came a respite respiteIn respiteIn respiteIn
In the hostilities while the mu rnittJ rnittJStates rnitedStates 4 4States
States and Mexico addressed further furthernotes fUrf her hrtnotea hernotes
notes in the interest of peace to Hon Honduras Honduru Hondurss ¬
duras and Nicaragua ua and during the thelull theull thelull
lull ull the wedding took place placejueymMR placeZeneyna
2 jueymMR BeyM B Interrupted laterxupttdArrangements IatemsptedArra InterruptedArrangements
Arrangements Arra meDts were made with diplo diplomatie diploMatIe diplostatic
matie friends of the minister to ke kip kiphim p phim phim
him full advised and bride and brklf brklfgroom brid bridJIIOO1D brithgroom
groom bled themselves away to the themagnificent thet themagnificent
magnificent t country home of the Firm Firmings FlfmbIptbe Flemlagsthe
ings bIptbe the house occupied by President PresidentCleveland PresidtutCleveland PresidentCleveland
Cleveland during dorl his honeymoon honeymoonSince JaoDeyJDOODSince honeymoonSince
Since serious fighting was renewed renewedthe reneIedthe renewe4the
the latter pan of last week Sfn Snnt SnntCoreaw < > r rCoreau rCoreati
Coreau presence within Itbln easy reach Ie ch of ofthe < if ifthe > f fthe
the State Department and the Central CentralAmerican CentralAmer1caD CentralAmerican
American legations l ti0ft8 became expedient expedientDuring lXp4difltDunne expd I t tDuring
During this time he had received itti ittiinformation ttllntormatJoa Utile UtileInformation > >
information except through th the nw newspapers nwpapen nwpapers ¬
papers and when he read yesterday yesterdaythe yesterdaythe f fthe
the latest developments and of the th ap apparently i P Pparently pparently ¬
parently serious position of the forcs forcsof 1 ITS ITSof rc a aof
of his cduntry he came quickly to t twith > an anwith n nwith
with his bride taking < her to the th hgi hgition hg hgtton kgttion
tion in 0 street tr t Then he called at a t th thCentral I h hCentral he heCentral > >
Central American Amerl n legations the th Mexi Mexican Mzcan I Ican ¬
can embassy and the State Department Departmentto Departmtrtto
to learn aH alt al the latest news of the th the situa situation sizuaLion jtua jtuatiOft ¬
Lion and once more entered actively into intothe int intthe intothe
the game of diplomacy concerning the thewar thewar thewar
war warHAS warHAS warHAS
HAS FALSE NOSE HOSEFieshCoiored NOSEOf NOSEOFHARDRUBBER
Of OFHARDRUBBER OFHARDRUBBERFleshCo3ored HARD RUBBER RUBBERI
I FieshCoiored Imitation Is IsHeld IsHe IsHeld
Held He 19 in i infositionby infositionbyPHlLiDE1PHJ Positionby PositionbyPHtLJLDKLFHIA Post 1 r
J JPH1UJ
>
PH1UJ PHtLJLDKLFHIA > FLFHIo Pa March 7 iAfter iAfterthe 7Afterthe After Afterth
th the physicians at the University Hos Hospital Ho HopltaI 1Tospital ¬
pital had twice failed their efforts t tsupply tsupply ti tisupply >
supply a B sew MW voee to patients patieswho Who ha hal harmet halmet > l lmet
met with accidents a senior or student of ofthe u uthe ofthe
the dental department ha has succeeded cceed in inthis j1thia i ithis
this delicate work workDavid worIrDavid workDavid
David Dodson a a miner from Barn s sboro s00r0 ap
boro PaL hud p ha his nose so badly dl frost frostbitten frostbitten rost rostbitteD ¬
bitten yveral era years ago that b be was au auvised all alliSed aivised
vised by his physician to have It am amputated amI m mputated ¬
I putated Thin Tbi was done but lift lost lostmmler ltI lustmeznler
mmler d caused him considerable CCI Ir DIe worri worrintent WIT WITt wrTntt
ntent t and be was advised at the b iis iisilital s spital spIl
I pital to let the physicians graft a TI tJW tJWwse nivnse TV TVws
ws wse in place pac of the missing g one Lr LrFraser D DI LiFraser
Fraser deeD of the medical school p Jr Jrformecl pformed r rforned
I formed the operation which was un unsuccessful u uI usuccessful ¬
I successful because Dodson could not notstand notI riotstand
stand the fptens pain attending < it itThree it itThree itThree
I Three weeks ago Philip Kurt Kurt a a sn senior snlor snher ¬
her in th the < dental department t beg begln beglnI < it itmaking j jmaking
I making impressions of o Dodaons s rar rarand ra raand a aand
and succeeded 1 ecI In making a fleshcolored fleshcolorednooe AHb < olor41 olor41noee
none of vulcanite lcanlte rubber which is I hiM hiMIn hdlIr li11in
In place by heavy vy bowed glasses A Aslight Asl1ht Aslight
slight disfigurement of the upper Up is isdisguised isdiagulseJ 15disguisci
disguised by b a false mustache mustacheOWE mustacheGIVE mustacheIYE
OWE IYE m AUTOMOBilES AUTOIOBILESTO AUTOMOBilESI
I 1 TO THE TEMAOI MASONIC FAIR FAIRSubstantial FAIRI FA1 FA1Substantial
I
t Substantial contributions to the tti Ma Masonic h t tmeic
1 sonic Fair of 1907 through the varies variesi va vari varilodges rI I 3 3Iodceto
i lodges and commanderiea tOIIl were reporrej reporrejat
t at a meeting < of the chairmen 01 oibooth h hj 1booth <
j booth committees Two automobiles automobilesi
i i have been given one a single cylin < 7 r ri ri
i I30T model model light Cadillac touring cur curby carby earby
by Orient Comma ComDJalld Hy ndery the other a af ajtwocyJln4er atwocylinder
f jtwocyJln4er twocylinder Wayne ayne touring car carmodel u 1 1modd 7 7j
j model raod > l by Hope Lodge No 3s Hold Hohlor Hohlorf rs rsI
I of < f season sea tickets as well as those buy buying bu buI huiris ¬
I iris special tickets tJeke will have a voio i ithe tthe
the disposition of these donations ns m
I addition to the house on Irving sr srt srtthe srthe t tthe
the piano the bedroom set and othor othorarticles utilrardd uhiirarticles
ardd arddDaw80ll articlesDawson articles articlesDawson
Dawson Lodge No o Ik report reported iie iiesuccessful > ie iesuccessful lesuccearuJ
successful cuchre held and a thtrr thtirrbenefit thtrrbenefit thtrrbenefit
benefit to be given in bathe the be week weekMarch e k If IfKareh > f fMarch
March 18 Chairmen of other lodge h > tii tiicommittees a acommittees
committees also reported encouraK encourci ns nscontributions 71gi ig igcentributioas
i contributions of cash and aadl mere menhand menhandLaayette merchantLe merchantLeLafayette hand handi
i Lafayette Lodge Nor N 19 is to hv hvcharge h hi hcharge
i > charge cha of the lunch room at the i LtU LtUKVertblDc LttrEverything UUT UUTKveothlng
Everything will be sold at ordinary
dairy lunch room prices Hart Mom omJ1 omJ1Is orntriIs tu tuis
i is chairman of the booth committ committthis commithI conimittthis
I this lodge H S S Selden left maaasor Slr j jH J JH iH
I H H Otcott Olcott secretary W H Wanatrakp Wanatrakptreasurer WDaml1kI Waiia rnat r rtreasurer
I treasurer treas r J L L L Marshall chairman ot othe v vi Othe
i i I the he ides i committee committ and Walter d dI i iBennett L LBennett
I Bennett chairman of th UN publicity com committee cornwHite l lI ¬
I wHite mitteeA I ttee tteeA
A detail of firemen m will be prescnt prescntevery pr prestitevery srllt srlltevery
I every night and at the two matim matlns matlnsI s of ofthe if ifthe
I the fair The contractors for f the huOl15 huOl15aDd htsi > u < its itsaod ts tsand
aDd decorations are bound by contract contractto
to tres tJe8t tx all woodwork and other ma material maI matens ¬
I terial and UecoratloR 1I01i with flreproolirnr flreproolirnrchemicals ftreprotJfiIcbemicala fireproof I II
I chemicals chemicalsHaley chemicalsHaleys
Haley Ha a Washington was orchestra has hasbeen hulbeen hasbeen
I been engaged to give ve a concert nightly nightlyfrom nighUyfrom nightlyfrom
from a to 11 McLeods Mc 8 band will per perform perform r rform ¬
form escort duty for visiting organiza organizatlons organt7ddons organizai
i dons on one night and Boyds drumeors ti drum drumj rum rumI
I j corps on otner nights allotted to local localnrganteations l bcatI < JI JIn
I organizations nrganteationsi n organizationsSTATE tlOIIS tlOIISi
i STATE CANT AID AI IMMiGRATION IlHfflQRATIONIn
In iin n opinion from from Attorney General GeneralBonaparte Gen GeneralBonaparte fal falBoBaprtl
I Bonaparte to Jbe he President t In th the case caseof caseSOuth easeof
of South Carolina brtsMrfiv n h in shiploal shiploalof 1 1tf Iof
of imigrants t nt as l Ia lsbrrs b > > r rr < rs jt i < held that thathi thatit thatIt
it Is unlawf unlawffl 1 rr a Eta > suvernment suvernmentto qvernmentto
to pay iav tTt t i m t < > f iitviing imml immlfff 1mmiif1IntJJ imnilgrants
fff grants nts ill > ir F it assist n i immigration imft1 ratton < by any anymeans aIJJmeans anymeans
means other than advertisement adert1atme t

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