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Representative RepresentativeBede ve Bede Says Saysvlnaugural Saysli1 Saysinaugural
inaugural li1 ugural Ball Problem ProblemWould ProblemWould ProblemWould
Would B Be e Solved SolvedMot Solvedf SolvedNot
Mot f t Necessary Necesstlr ecessarY j to Keep KeepYiIttia KeepIilttio
Militia Iilttio in i in Cold C ld Stor Storage Storagef St or orage
age agef Plant PlantFor PlantFor > lant lantFdr
For Half Million Dollars DollarsSuitable DollarsSuitabl DollarsSuitable
Suitable Structure Could CouldBe CouldBe CouldBe
Be Built BuiltAt
At last a solution of the maignral maignralJ J Ma a aI tgutx
131 I are111esa are111esaJ 1
J 1 Adam Ad Bede formerly a newspaper newspaperraa4 newaPP newaPPnatri
raa4 JBa te a tJda tW city now a a H trlrsNatative trlrsNatativein res ntative ntativeSB tatlve tatlveIn
In Congress Ooftgr from Minnesota Xln ta out eMItUte as asthe asthe
the champion champ on of a proportion to Mewre Mewrean ssourean r ran
an appropriation from rom th the next nextof seooien aesetoaof seooienof
of Congress to build bellI < < a a handsome oIRarM oIRarMory arm granOfY armory
ory for the District District National Guard OtIamtor and amifor andfor
for we as 8 the scene of inaugural balls balfela ballsIn I IIB
la the future futureHV tutureBe fvturei
HV Be l Believes + such 1Ich a structure trueture can ca cabttllt caaS be beJ
S befit for a a little more than ffiMt i6MEA and anflput a andput < <
put up in such a fashion as to ornament OtisMestthe ornamentthe oraaul8llt
the t e city cityMr city1lr cityMr
Mr Bede discussed d ecl the matter matt with a areporter areporter
reporter rct lter for The The Times lIme last night kt in inMs In1WI inhM
Ms characteristic erlatk earnest me t and aail hufnerone homer homersue humerU
sue U manner mannerTea JDlUtnerYes niannerYes
Yes the Center Market Armory Arm ry he hecommented hecommented heeommontad
commented reflectively reflectivelyGuardsmen retleetiveJyGuudsmen refiecttreiyGuardsmen
Guardsmen in Cold Storage StorageHe StorageHe StorageHe
He paused pAu ed a a moment the ghost er f a asmile a a8ll asmile
smile 8ll le creeping into his blue eyes e1f and andlifting andlUting andfitting
lifting the corners of his lips Then he hesmacked Iteamaeked hesmacked
smacked the desk beside him with em erapfcatlc embaBd emybattc
pfcatlc hand and laughed laughedDont 1auchedDont iaughedDent
Dont you OU know kDo he exclaimed exclaimedthis exolalmedthl exelaimedthis
this thl is s the t first fir et place place I have found foundthat foundthat foundthat
that keeps its Rational 8tloMt Guard in cold oeWstorage oeIdace coldstorage
storage ace Yes the Center Market Arm Armory Armory Armory ¬
ory Its It all there therethe the National G Gard Gardtite Gardthe ard ardthe
the cold storage chickens the dAM the thebeef thebeef thebeef
beef and the uniforms uniformsWhy unlforinby unIforineWhy
Why by If it we oat get a anew new armory armorypretty arJIorypretty armorypretty
pretty pretty soon OOD well have 418 to make an a an ansxaalappropriatlon annaIa an1apgroprkUOI1
sxaalappropriatlon naIa 1apgroprkUOI1 rlUOQ far a a squad of meat meatinspectors meatlnS9eclors moatInspectors
inspectors to pull the thetalow < faHow out of the thegmas t theguns e eg1IDS
gmas guns that have become full tu of the t market mar market market ¬
ket atmosphere atmo pbore The guns are loaded loadedwith loadedwit loadedwith
with wit tallow instead of bullets bulletsThe bulletsthings bulletsThv
The things Immensely funny funnyThen tunnyThen funnyThea
Then Mr Bede becajne bey o efieliou efieliouSuitable serious seriousStatable seriousSuitable
Suitable Armory1 AnnOt a Necessity NecessityEeally Neces5ityBaaUy NecessityReally
Really he said dbnt see why whyCongress whyCo whyCoegre
Congress Co gr iiJ cant be prevailed pi Y 1ed on to togive togivetha toglvethe sire sirethe
the District trict of ColnsaDis Coip ISI a suitable e ar armory armery arraery ¬
mory one in kee9toe4 k keO COliM j1N th the appear appeara appearaaNSjand > > PMI PMIj
a aaNSjand j and aD 1 work of CT members at tine hegat tineatjpnal t ttt
gat atjpnal tt pal nal Guard Your District Dt trtct Guard uhd to tocomposed I kaoemposed t to
composed o l liJ > 08OO of as II fine a 8 Jlpt Ipt t of men both bothoraeais botkoflla8lS bothoihaerand
oraeais oihaerand and privates aa is I hares ever everseen ever ever9iL everseen
seen seen its Its a shame that they should be beoeaned heto beosrotoed
osrotoed oeaned to such coldstorage quarters
There is i equally a oemami emDd nor IOTsuitabo tor a asultaM asaltabe
suitabo place for the holding of the in inaugural inaftg1mLl Inaugural ¬
augural bail lM l every four years Why not BOti notoen3blae
i oemblne the two meritorious projects projectsVe projectsVe projecteWe
We Ve want Want a fine armory and we want wanta wanta
I a tine ballroom ballroomSuch Iwlllrooms ballroomSuch
Such s eh a structure could be built I Ii Ii Ishould
i should say for half a 8 million dollars or
fa I i a a rtttl little more The Government could couldi couldpoll
1 i pay poll pl7 half and the District DI trlct of Columbia Columbia2wJf ColumbiabaJf ColumbiaXia
2wJf Xia f of o OCtile the cast Both the Government Governmentthe Governmenttli
the tli District D District trtct and the th National Guard Guardw Guardj Guardwould
j would w akl profit WOftt and Im awe the people JMOPae of ofthis oft oft1als
this t J city city would willingly pay p y their one oneJjalf ooeb onehalf
half b 1t far a building so ornamental ao souseful ao1IMt aonoetul
useful 1IMt and so necessary necessaryUp rtcceeauyUp ec ecUp
Up to District Committee CommitteeWhat CommitteeWhatWOuld CommitteeRIlat
What WhatWOuld would be the best way to go goabout goshout 0
about 3 t securing the necessary appropri appropriation appreprla appropriaiioa ¬
a ation OII for the structure he was asked a askedIa j jIn
dIUle In th the arst place he explained Iwoiikr I IwoukT 1w
w woiikr woukT < t ld be be only too glad 1ad to introduce Intr d ee a abttl abtn abill
bill providing for the building but I be believe belIeveit believe ¬
lieve lIeveit It would be batter for torMIne some mem member mem member member ¬
ber of the tbeHoOlfe House Committee on the Dis District DlIIriet Dleirict ¬
trict riet of Columbia Qelum Celumul la to tofreare frame the blU and andintredDca andiJltreducf andintrreducq
intredDca it t t Through T rmgb that channel itwould it itwould Jtwould
would secure eedf urtt rp prompter promP r consideration considerationbecause co ooenklerationbecauoe lderAtion lderAtionbeeaU
because beeaU it is 1 the business D lne of the mem membees membM8 members
bees af that committee mltt88 to put in bills billsaffecting blU blUa blueatfoctIng
affecting a < < ecUng th the DistrictI bt District bietrlctI trtct trtctr
I would vote and apea peak c for such a ameasure aJlNUUre ameasure
measure without hesitation hesitationOf h8lll hesitationOf ltton lttonOC
Of course the citizens of the Dis Distrfet DIstrict Dletriet
trfet should get together and a d demon demonstrate demonlItate demone ¬
strafe to Congress Co greM that there te J a denrand de demand deJMiR41 ¬
mand and a a need for such a a bull building buildingTnfe buildingJMS Ing IngThte
Tnfe could Id be done through the regular regularcittern regulrdttHR regularcitlsea
cittern organizations organizationsProof OIIIDb oraanbMlonsProof oa8 oa8Proof
Proof Positive f for er Members MembersIt
It Gould ld also be done cIo e he Madded added with withtaat withthat JUt JUttJaat
that irresistible twinkle in n his eye eyetaJd b btakmg btahMg
takmg taJd g the Representatives and Sena Senators Senator Senators ¬
tors tor down do to Me the inspectors pulling pullingthe pulUDgthe pullingthe
the tallow out out of the guns gunsYou gunsYou uns unsYou
You see if an armory suitable Itable for forinaugural forral forMauRural
inaugural ral balls ball were built it wouldbe wouldbean would be beeaay bean
an easy aolu Ol ion on Ot of the problem that eon eonfronts cODtreats eonfroats
fronts us every four our years as to where wherethe wheretae1MUI wheretine
the tae1MUI ball to to be beheJil held The Government Governmentwould Gov Governmentwould t twouIcl
would soon > > OOft be repaid for its part of the theexpenditure theexpeattUIe theexpenditure
expenditure for as things are now it It isa is isa Jilt
a trennmaaas t expense to have ba the ball ballm balllit ballVIP
lit m the Pension Pen IOD Office and that th t seems seemsto HeID8t seemsto
to t b 1 bb the only 17 available avai place at present presentThe IXfI8efttThe presentTie
The new armory Is much needed neededCongress neededConcresa neededCongress
Congress I think will give it t
Got WilHam C Haskell sealer eae of ofweights orwgts ofwelgbt
weights and Ad measures annoanAss announ that thatthe thattlteJDqe thatthe
the tlteJDqe JBHpeotloM tlott and DC sealing of the large largeoaiM largesed largeV largeprM
prM oaiM used s sed d la la the transportation of milk milkfrom milktl9M milkfront
from iA the a dairy farms armtl to the dealers of ofthe ot1ite ofie
the oity oI will commence the first of this thisW thl thlThe thinwyVc
W wyVc kjk a < The inspection IMpeotl n will b ae made at atto atU atthiseveral
thiseveral to U several 8 er81 depots where the th milk is re reeefoftd reeeIftd reosMt
eeIftdThis osMt eefoftd eefoftdThis ed edThis
This notion te a a result t of the numer numerous numer001I numeroue ¬
ous epraplainta tmplainte pWnts filed by dealers that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the qse OSJKI QIt received in many Instances are areshort areort areabort
short ort as u much aa a a gallon or more morefor moretor morefvr
for which they have to pay It has hasbeen hastln hasbeen
been suggested tln ted that Ut t the short measure measureIB measureSs
IB mot 1 t chargsabta chr W HP Jt entirely to the theBmppars theII theshlpgers
II Bmppars hAH In but that the shortage oeeura oeeurain 6COUrsIn eceurato
in transit i
All T Talwrria ak ma mourns Mour1lsB
B F Gilberts Death
Former FennerRHl Real EatateMan EMateJ n and an Financier of Takoma Park
Funeral This Afternoon AfternoonMayor Aft Af t e L1100n L1100niayor onoontitsyr
Mayor and an d Councilman Councilmanas
as Pallbearers PallbearersThe
The funeral t lHtal of t Benjamin Franklin Gil Gilbert Oft1tert Gilbert ¬
bert former wellknown real estate MateancI man manand rnanand
and financier Deter wtio died Friday JIr1 Iay morning morningafter JDOnUagalter moiningatter
after a 8 short illness DID wl Wbl be hold from fromHlnes fromHi fromHines
Hines Hi Chapel ChaP l iTtf 1Ti Fourteenth street streetnorthwest atNetnorthwetlt streenorthwest t
northwest northwest this afternoon at t 2 oclock oclockThe oclockT1i8 oclockThe
The services wiilbe wtl be in private pd and D4 will wfllTomorrow willWILL willWILVL
Nev i n Hold HoldFirst H HFirst
First b n Herd HerdTomorrow tler 4 c
Tomorrow <
A commis eommiawwt len whose hivetiMgatioas hivetiMgatioasand la1ve 4lcatt M MfoDd
i and foDd nil recommendations may resultsweeping result n t in insweeping 1ftsweeIJtnc
sweeping reforms in the matter matter of an anmigration at atmltrratJolt mmigration
migration into this country wttl w l land meet meetand tIICIetan
and an < < organhw at VM a oclock Monday Mondaymorning Mondaymorning ODday ODdayJIMKJItnc
morning in the rooms rooms of the Senate SenateCommittee 9HateCommittee SenateCommittee
Committee on Immigration ImmigrationThis ImmlpaUon ImmlpaUonThli ImmigrationThis
This commission omml8 lon which was created createdby createdby reatodby
by Congress COPf1eB8 Cof ress has three Senators three threeRepresentatives tbreeRepresentatlvell threeRepresentatives
Representatives and three Presidentialappointees Presidential Presidentialappointees PrHldentlalappoint
appointees appoint as a Its tt membership member tp Theyare They Theyare TIM TIMare
are Senators t rl Dillincham DlIIt DIII1e hm Lodge and arwlLatimer andLatimer an4Latimer
Latimer Representatives ter tatl9et1 Howell Ben Bennett Bennett Bennett ¬
nett of New York and Burnett Com Comraieskmer CommiMlofter Commissioner
missioner of If Labor Neill Prof Pro J W Wenks
Denies fenuof enks of Cornell and William R Wal Walker Walker Walker ¬
ker eC f OaJchMid Cat CalThey CatThey CatThe
They The are under instructions to in investigate inyeaitlpt inreitigate ¬
vestigate thoroughly lt the immigration immigrationsituation Inunlsratlonsituation immigrationsituation
situation the laws 1aw relating to it and andthe andtke andthe
the need fcr new legislation k It there therete tbereis thereIn
te any anyAlthough aayAl anyAlthough
Although Al no definite plans have been beenmado beenmado beenmade
mado for the th work of the commission eommllNAODIt i iit
it is understood that the first stepwill step stepwill e ewill
will be to visit th t tkul l ports of this coun country country conetry ¬
try where immigrants are allowed tocome to tocome tocome
come in
PROVIDENCE R I April 5GThe 5GThelight The Thefight I Ilight
light instituted at the suggestion 5u estlon of ofPresident ofPre ofPresident
President Pre ldent Roosevelt to make the netform net ml mlform j jform
form of the United States army andnavy and andnavy andnavy
navy respected everywhere has met metwith metwith metwith
with temporary defeat at the hands ofthe of ofthe oftbeRhode
the tbeRhode Rhode Island superior court The Thedecision Thedecl Thedecision
decision decl lon was rendered in a suit brought broughtbyChlef blOu broughtbyCiatet < < ht htbyCblef
byChlef Yeoman Fred J 1 Buenzte Buenele who whowas whowu whoRag
Rag was barred from a 8 dance hall in Newport New Newport Newp ¬
port p rt on the ground as he claims that thathe thathe thathe
he was 8 wearing the navy uniform Judo JudsSweetland J8d11Sweet1an4 JudoSweetland
Sweetland held in In substance that tbtcause be because b bcause >
cause Buenzte was wearing a navy lint nnform lintform uniform
form his bili po8ltlon position was in no way differ ¬
e ent 1t from any oth otbV r person Court heldthat held heldthat heldthat
that at atmo most t Buenzie ci can st recover onty ontytoe ontythe 0nlYtoe
toe price of his admission dm J1eket ticket which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was 26 cents He He8OUI sought sought rt however howeverheavy howeverheavycJama howeverheavy
heavy heavycJama damages to reimburse rehbb rlt8hJmtor him for theslight the theslight theslight
slight upon his Uniterm unifohnThe UnitermThe unifo unifoThe
The decision is long and complicated complicatedand
and establishes the broad rule that t at pro proprietors proprietors propIetors ¬
prietors of a place of amusement may mayexclude ma maex mayexclude
exclude ex lude any person rtIOR they desire desireBuenale de desireBuenxle re reBuenale
Buenale wag WILiIglven given financial support supportby supportby supportby
by naval officers stationed at at Newportand Newport Newportand NewpQltaDd
and President Roosevelt R o eve1t sent a 8 check checkto cbeckto checkto
to help detra defray his expenses The President Presi President President ¬
dent was extremely extremel anxious that thereshould there thereshould thereshould
should be a 8 ruling rUnD in the sailors favor favorTvhleh favorwhich
I Iwblh which would teach all proprietors of ofplaces ofpla ofplaces
places pla of amusement that that t the UnitedStates United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States uniform must be treated with the thautmost theutmOlt theutmost
utmost respect respectFARRAGUT respectFARRAGUT respectFARRAGUT
Dmeers > fleers and members memb rll of Farragut Re ReIlef Re Relief n nUef ¬
lief Corps No B will wilt give i an enter entertsjnment entertJtinmentKnd enteateinment
tsjnment tJtinmentKnd andjiocHaIOA JlooIlt QR Tuesday tuesda April9a April AptS1at
36 at their th lr hall h lI all Pennsylvania Pennsylvanaave Pennsylvanaavenue ave aycnue ¬
nue Bouthlff1 southuaat t
be conducted COIWIuc by the Rev Re Thomas Cul Culbertson Cubert Culbertsos
bertson bert R Clark paster of the Takoma TakomaPresbyterian TakomaPresbterlaJ TakomaPresbyterian
Presbyterian Church Thg Th funeral ar arrangements arran arrangotaents ¬
rangements ran < < ta were delayed pending the thearrival thf thfan1N1 thearriwl
arrival of Mr Gtlberfs brothor I tBor X CHilbert C CGilbert cOIU
Gilbert OIU ert of Canada who arrived yester yesterday yesterday tWter tWterday ¬
day and ac assumed umed charge chargeAs chargeAa chargeAs
As the founder of Takoma Park itwar it itwas ItWILlI
was deemed appropriate that the
pall pallbearers rallbecers pallbearers ¬
bearers should be selected from that thatsuburb thatubut1t thatsuburb
suburb They or will be b Mayor W G GPlatt GPlatt GPlatt
Platt bed and the members of the tows towscouncil tow towCoune1l
council E E Blodgett Blod < < tt John John Hanten
W W Dyar L R GrabHl GlJLbHIJL Gr abNt 3 J L Shear
andJ and J B Derrick THe 11he burial will be b
in Forest Lake Cemetery CemeteryY Gamete GametekILL l3 l3KILL
Fie ije Dollars D Ilers Fine Fin inEf e Even for forAnnouncing forAn forAnsrouncin
f > Ansrouncin Announcing An nclng Such SuchIntention SuchJntentiop SuchIntention
Intention JntentiopDut IntentionA
A bartender Dut der has I IdecIde4
some 80m rights rlc It was
decMted by Judge oottr Mullowny m 1ft n the I
PolIce Court yesterday that an inebri inebriated inebrid ¬ I
abed patron pat of a saloon 100ft could 00u1d not state I
his h18lateDUon intention of assassinating Ung the
pro proprietor pro ¬
prietor JWMt r at the earliest II
opportunity with without without lth lthout ¬
out paying the penalty 8Ialt Robert Greet Greeteat
leaf was the man who ho anaoupeed announced UUM uPeed thte
fell design upon pon the lb person of a cer certain ¬ I
tain John ohn Kaiser Kal el the latter being the
longsuffering 1 u < < er1ft keeper of a a place at atwhich atwhich I Iwhtck
which liquor is i dispensed dispensedKaiser dfs dispensedKaiser
Kaiser Ka1 er testified that Greenleaf had hadcome hadcome hadcome 11
come into his place and in a a manner mannerby manrby mannerby
by no means polite requested a 8 drink drinkUjOIt
Upon being refused he became very un uncomplimentary uncomplimentary uncomplImentary ¬
complimentary directing his remarks remarksin
in the mam main at the unfortunate Kaiser Kaisorand Kaill Kaillad Kaiserand < <
and ad winding wtadh up his hi address with the thepleasing thepleaadRK thepleating
pleasing assurance that he had already alreadyduring alreadydorinI alreadyduring
during the course of hs career slain slainone sltUnone slainone
one barkeeper and firmly Intended du duplicating duplicating dupilcatlag ¬
plicating the feat No sooner had the theprosecuting thepro theprosecuting
prosecuting pro ecutlng witness closed his testimony testimonythan te testimonythan Umony Umonythan
than Greeulcaf Greeul r rushed for the stand stand7onn standr standYwrna
Ywrna 7onn r r lie said commencing his hisdissertation hisdlMerlati hisdissertation
dissertation dlMerlati ft at a rapid rate uAh Ah ain ainnevah amJlevah ainnevah
nevah had no intenahlon o hlttln dat datman detman datman
man An wats moen dat Ah ain am
fteVah n vah kilt a bahtendah in mah life lifeI lifeDeId lifeDeed
I Deed Jedgc qe YOhner sun sub Ahs a hon honest Bonefi honest ¬
est law abidin young man manBut mannMt manBut
But his hi thrilling thrlmn appeal had no effectupon effect effectupon etreetupon
upon the heart of r his honor honorSome honorSome honorSome
Some men m mss said the judge labor laborunder Jaborunder laborunder
under the hallucination that they can cando Kn Kndo ando
do anything they want to a man 1ft 1fte mcharge n ncharge
charge e alolJ of a saloon They swear at athim athim athim
him threaten him and sometimes at attack attack attack ¬
tack him It is time that such men menlearned men1emed menlearned
learned that they cannot kill a barten bartender bartender bartender ¬
der with impunity Let this man pay payIVAGU
All of t the American Americandelegates delegates to the theforthcoming thefortbcolnlng theforthcoming
forthcoming peace conference at The TheHague TheRque TheHague
Hague with the exception e eeptln of Judge U UM URo UM
M Rose Ro e of Arkansas had a conference conferenceyesterday eonerenceye conferenceyesterday
yesterday ye terday at the State Sta Department with withSecretary withSecrcUiry withSecretary
Secretary Root and Assistant Secretary SecretaryBacon SecretaryBacon SecretaryBacon
Bacon for the purpose of receiving their theirinstructions th theirinstructions 1r 1rInstructions
instructions as to the part they are to toplay toplay toplay
play on behalf b1thalf of o the th United Vnlted States in inthe inthe inthe
the congress Those Those present wereOII8ph wereJoseph were wereJoseph
Joseph OII8ph H Choate Horace Porter AV V I IBuchanan IBtlcbana IBuchanan
Buchanan Brig Gen George B Davis DavisRear DavIsR DavisRear
Rear R r Admiral AdmlralCh81les Charles S Sperry J B BScott BScott BScott
Scott expert on 01 international lawCharles law lawCharles JawCharles
Charles H Butler expert attache and andChandler andCbaadler andChandler
Chandler Hale secretary of the delegation dele delegation delepotion ¬
gation gationThe potionThe gationThe
The United States will support at The TheHague TheHague TheHague
Hague the British proposition for forlimitation a
limitation of o expenditure on armaments armamentsand armamentsand armamentsand
and will also 180 Urge urge rg f1i the He adoption of the
Drago doctrine for Qr a limitation of the
cases In which force may m8 be used us d for
the collection of contractual debts debtsARREST de debtsAI tB tBARREST
Charged with making a n hand book on
the races BHzah W V Johnson colored
fortytwo years old was arrested yes es estarday ¬
terday terd y by Precinct Detective Dete tle Greene
When arrested Johnson had 7 which it its
s eUeg atlexed he had taken as bets H HGourt Hp Hpwill Hewill
will be J given ven a a hearIng In 1te Police
Gourt Monday Moltdl1
Telling of the Se Seasons sons Best Bargains BargainsThe
The backward season has so retarded the sale of White Wash Waists that man many timid merchants have can ¬
celed their orders Such an opportunity was not to be overlooked here and nearly 500 dozen waists have been
picked up at bargain prices prites Please Ple se note that there is is not one cheap garment in in the great gathering Waists made
to retail up to 198 will be found in the 89c lots values up to t to 298 are in the 159 lot and many 398 waists are
in the 198 lot Its the fleeting lleeti opportunity the cold weather has made for us and for you Materials Mat ri s are still stillpresent
soaring soaring in in prices prices and with the advent of seasonable weather the makers will make good their prese present t losses The
present bargains cannot be duplicated Its now your opportunity opportunityto to secure a supply for the entire summerI summer summerI summer298values summerLot
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