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r THE WASHIXCTttS TIMES SIMUY 1 rn J y APRIL PHIL i > n IJMIi 1Of V
DOCKING DOCKINGFOR PROGRAM mOGRUFDR PROGRAMFOR
FOR IS AR VESSELS VESSELSDistribution VESSELSDIstribution VESSELSDistribution
Distribution of the Atlantic AtlanticFfeet AtIanticFreetAmong AtlanticFl
Ffeet FreetAmong Fl efiAmon Among Navy NavyThoroiagk Navy1f Navyrds
1f lrds lrdsThoro
Thorough Thoro t Test st stGf of ofhfants Ability of ofPlants f fPants
Plants to Handle HandleWork HandleWork HandleWork
Work WorkNavy WorkTilt
Tilt ri Navy N Department I patttttent tftMDt yesterday y waste wasteic rflrd rflrd1uhUe
1 1uhUe J It ic the details d of the program It has hasied Ita ItalIlItd hacured
cured ied for the distribution of the tJa tJas ves vesof V V1s
1s s of the great t Atlantic fleet among amongm
I nay 7 yards this trtimee fOr doek doeki
i m and repair and survey 1Ie The general generalct era1 era1l
l JCt J > > ct has already bean bfo published but 1NtI 1
IS I tuw n w order for the first time seeci sped spedthe cl 1
1 the dates when the th ships are to tofbe be be
d fie yards in order that the JMC neces a I
ii 1 r > workmen workna D laborers 1aIJore and 4d mechanics mecNankwn
II iiv t V IIP employed mploy material ma mai rlal procured and andr andrything I
rythlng be In readiness to make all alli
r I
1 < nary repairs with the utmost uUlMetI dli dlicit < Hs HsMIHI
MIHI cit I The new program is I believed to toin toy
l y in the tmdrest of economy while It Iti Itt
t i ill II I thoroughly teat the ability of the thens theI be benIb
I ns nIb > to handle rhe be vast amount UDt of ofvul ofal oftvII
tvII < vul al work rapidly r pIdb and systematically systematicallywould syslematlcaUy syslematlcaUyI tJaal17 tJaal17I
I < would be desirable in case of prepa prepsttions prepa1IIn8 prepai
i 1IIn8 duns for war wari wartV
i tV > the terms term of the order the follow followdisposition f followdisposlgoa llow llowi
i disposition is I made of the ships shipsi
j i < Connecticut CoD eetlcI at a t New York Yor k June M Mr 14r
l r repairs to bottom bo caused by b strand strandM etraDdj I
j M t I be inspected August AUIr1 t 14 ° IxMlsi IxMlsit
a I t tat at Norfolk May 15 for survey to toi torl
rl i 0 in Illmlne t rmine mine work done be in the fall then thenleaving thfDIdr
i Idr fl re May lay 25 to New He Y York rk for dock docke dockleaving
e leaving that yard before June hmeII 5 5M
M t I nit sue lt at t New York May 15 for docking dockingi docldD
i 11 to League Island for survey leav leavinfore lea leavi
i infore 1101 June I Missouri at Boston BostonMay
May v 1 < y i It s for both docking and survey surveyVDR SU1VeyI
I VDR V Ing In before May 7 SI 1 Virginia VlrlriJ a at tfor IiorI tforik 401ik
ik I k May ay 5 for survey leaving leav before beforej
j i Geor Georgia aeo gIa a League Island May Mayr
t r I r survey and May fl6 to Boston IIoD for forc tOrking f fking or
c > king leaving leavm before June 1 5 New Kewv NewJsty IfewJ
Jsty J rsl t Y at Boston ton May lay 16 for dock docki docking dockingsurvey inn
j survey + lIr > leafing leting before May 27 27Ki 1 1I
1 Ki I utl < tcl i < Island at New York M May 25 f fking for forlacking or
I
lacking king leaving leayln before June J 6 Ala Alainrrni AlaI AlaIh Alaii
inrrni h ii mi at New York June 12 for dockInd dock dockand
1 and repairs leaving before befor Mr June IS 1 I Ij
jinois j j i inois l1oi at Boston June JUDeD 12 for docking dockingrepairs docldn docldnd g 1
d repairs leaving before bugle JUly JUlyh It ItK
1 K a arsarge at a League Island Car repairs repatrI
< l Jitfy J 14Y 15 for Boston for docking doc doch dockingre
1 x > mucky at Norfolk June 12 1 for forand re rei i ianel
i irs and July IS to Boston for f r dockOhio dock dockiu kI kIi
r
iu i Ohio Obiot at New York July IL 19 for foriking fordking to toking
iking king and repairs leaving before beforeust
t ust 9 Indiana at League Island IslandJil lalan4J lalan lalanJ I
I Ilildn
Jil J I > 1J 1 for repairs 1fIPI and to Boston for forii fo foIing
ii lildn king leaving before August 29 Iowa Iowain low lowt a II IItil
in t Norfolk orfolk for repairs and to Boston BostonI Bo on ont1ocam
I r r locking t1ocam leaving leal before August AUC 15 15T 15rJIltSBee 1 1r A
T rJIltSBee r ntiossee at Boston Boat for docking docld and andtn andflj an anFri d
tn t vy May MatS 2S leaving leav be before beforeaJune beforeaJunethington fore < iJune iJunethincton June 5 5v w
v iliington at New York May 15 for forking lorIIklng fo foIi r
IIklng Ii king and Del survey surv leaving before May Mayr Ma y yst rr
r M 1 Louis Lou at New York April 3S 3 for forking fo fod r j
d o king and repairs leaving Je ylq before Ma May Mayt y ytit L
tit t Louis at New York April 3 99 far farnkinj fa r
nkinj I king and repairs leaving Before May MayIV MayF I
1 IV The Hopkins Mull Maodonough Mtedoaoughiruxtun MaodonoughIruxtun liIacdoDo liIacdoDojruxlun
Iruxtun WAlpple Whlpple VbJppI and Worden to toe toek or ork
k at4tRre U t v eJBnt dates cIat bt oe re reJwa June M 1 1t
t survey the work to be done inter literI in Issly inear baf
f ear > IU Vessels VetIIMlto to leave May before July Julyt Julyif J Jr sly
t r if f practicable The TbelhktI The1i etrlngtuun etrlngtuunliikriy
liikriy lhktI 1i krly De Long Stockton and WUkes WUkesNorfolk Wllkelurfotk WUk WUkNorfolk
Norfolk urfotk May 4 for socking and iw iwii
5 < ii I > leaving before June J ne 9 98FTHEUNKITY fTO
10 ANNOUNCE SITE SITEOF SITEfC
8FTHEUNKITY 8FTHEUNKITYpect OF 1 1Y fC THE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYFxpett
Fxpett Y < pect ett Needham c1ham to Make Makelmpiprtant MakeIm Mak e
lmpiprtant Im tantStatement Statement 4 on onMonday onMonday onMbnda
Mbnda Monday Mondayi Y Yi
I
i in i dy f that tJI President t Xeedham Xeedhamiai Need NeedI scam i
I ha hat iai > i n iamortant llIQ Of1ant announcement announcementiike t t
1 iike ke 4 jpooday 00000y 00000ysite evening evetdngsite concerning concerningsite
site ost OI which thenew the n new w college OIIe build buOdwill lMlUdwHi buildvtil
+ will b he ha erected at atGeorp atQaorgs Oeorge Washmg WashmgIuiverstty YPsab YPsabItdrerslty Waabm Waabmtnl
Iuiverstty Iuiversttyi tnl Itdrersltyaddlttco y yaddltlon
i addition the ue growth of the fund fundi fu fuI ° a
i I II < > mad nuldj public bUc and the new W sub subliiiions INtI su suillons b > >
liiiions I nnownced At the time the theT tbe1Iity t trsity he
> T 1Iity ity boomers are In session oa the thev theY th
v 1 M 1 C A brtnc branch h of the university will willi winiul wf wfil U 1
nil i il < l a mass anal meeting in I University Universityi Unlvrslt Unlvrslti Y
i i i > at which F B Smith Jaltb will will4It speak speakUlii k
4It Ulii II as his subject Idect ThV Th rtie e er Supper SupperMI
MI r II I F Batter of New NewYork York Yorkr a ar aI
r I of of4lote fHrte < will lead the musical musicali m mram aeries I
i ram tm
QtMt QtMtt Quartet C CIllla t > dt sj > Maatiafs Maatiafsina iaal s k
t Illla I i ina t ra > ttet lit of o important meetings meetiagesled ttDS Is Isl 18tiled
lat
tiled l d too 4 to be held tomorrow night nightthe nigh nighI > t tIe
the I 1 Ie othccs Tuesday evenhtga evening To Tow ToV
a weyentng w V nmtng tDC will be held the week weekng weekly weeklytis w eldy eldyng Y
+ ng of f the be university Qn enJty committee eommltteeIdlnp committeengs can < n nMings
Mings ngs and and endowment at which will willpresent WIllJre wi wipresent
present Jre present elt the executive boards of ofz the thens the7n8 th e e
7n8 z ns and alu alumni committees committeesTuesday
1 M 1 Tuesday evening the the Ben Benrrra Greet Oreetvrrs reel t
< vrrs rs will give Shaxespeares aad e Immortal Immortaln ImmortalIIPdy Immo Immoreedy rtal
n reedy Hly Much Ado A o About About Nothing Nothhtgiv NothlD < <
11 l iv II I I A K Continental lontlneDtaIHaJJ HaO The Therianerr per perrman perran
> rianerr ran < in it given ander finder the theIr auspices auspicesth K
Ir th 1 the h Pi feta Phi fraternitY3enefit fraternity fraternityBenefit trat tratt
Benefit t for the Building Buildingit B1IfldID B1IfldIDI
it I t is for the th benefit ne t of the tt th 6eorge 6eorgeAvashington eorp eorpI r rw t
Avashington w I IShinkton h i nRton University t n vet building eoigd fOn fOna fond fondcut d
a cut 111 the he regular < < Ular theater prices prevail prevaili IftII1 1
1 IK iM believed > e eved that there will be a atlmdanee large largerundance JaroceIndanee e
rundance not alone alon because beea of ofputat th thi the thfplllarlt r
i pularlty putat it yity of M Me Greet and and d his company eompanW comps comps11athingtun fly r
Washington W but In view of the l faI fa at t tat tle
at tie le proceeds of the performance perfOllllDCeII pert pertiI
II xu to o toward the universitys taaclI fundIn fund fundin
in I It University Hall on the same arse e even evenone evenotD evenoro
one of the he mott Important mee meerrc meetings meetingsCio flap j
Cio I 11 week k win be held
at which
I
wjll wjllprffeni wJIlPI w wpry ill
prffeni PI pry lea t members ben of the Diplomatic Diplomaticp bipiomatpa ie
p r pa Ot Of the South American can reps republics republicsi repubDeeIJS
i IJS i K s otedlierc gfed t bere hereJohn John Barrett director directoric dfeet or r
I ic 1 Bureau > > Ufta of American Republics Republicsi bUca bUcaI y
i p eafff 5O and the principal I iaclpaJ addresE addresEix e
14 made by b Dr Ernest G Lorensen Lorensenv n
f v or of law Ia Iawln in the university we who whoenk w weeIr ho o
enk e k on MTh The rh4 < Ar AT reign c La Lti Lawyer Lawyers LaaalAmr tarp f
s aolshArnoriCk aolshArnoriCkORTH aalAmrORTH a aORTH
ORTH MORE TO HER HERI >
1 a 1 i IM I n + + ill work harder hard to tf ietnnh KOI f > t a l l11nlxion
it iiiml nnh 11nlxion < xiun xii n than n man will willi w wiI ill II
I iI < i nll i n dollars dollarsNc NVv I York To tic
I 1 1 sm smA > 1 1It
It
Depew t Pities Youngsters YoungstersWho YoungstersWho
Who Lack Experience
Speaks S at Vont Vloniauk ontau l k kat Club Clubat Clubat
at Birthday Ban Banquet Banquet Banuef ¬
quet quetSITW quetttcw uef ueftlIC1tF
SITW YORK Yt x April 1 27Cbawaeey t1Chan > M Mwew K KSeuata C Cjnww
wew jnww Senator from New York Yor YorvaRt bon bonvnnt Dosvant
vnnt and politician pitted the youngs yottattiter youngster yoiuap yoiuaptel ¬
ter at UM banquet In honor of hfo hlarerattythkd hfoseventythird hi hiyeat
seventythird yeat bIrd bI birthday tb4a anniversary given givenWw glYebJ givenhbm
Ww by the Montaufc Qteb of BroeRynSeirater BrooWyn BrooWynSenator BroeIt17nDeIIew
Senator Depew has spoken before this thisdub thIIIdub thisdub
dub every WW1 year er for ftfbMK Aft K yearn yearnlie yearsIsle earL earLUe
lie mid tl id to 1 partMy part partMF V VMy
My friends Reminiscences are tjw tjwcharacteristics t1Mcbaracterlatlca tbidraracter
characteristics draracter of a aIt birthday birthdayIt
It to fifteen an year y years shoe tfcfc this dub be began beaaaa bean ¬
gan S an to pay me these awupal 1 oomntt oomnttmanta > ontilliWhen H Hnaanta
manta mantaWhen naantaWhea >
When one baa been like myself At AttYone
t tyonc yean yea upon jtbe the platform withits with withits withita
5 its infinite opportunities to study hu human bumaD hean ¬
i man m an natur and to meet all the mennd men menand
t and a nd women olDen who bo have risen into Intoporary tern I
i porary or permanent eDt observation in inthis 1ftthis irithis
1 this or oth i countries countries the failure to tohave
1 have kept a 1 diary is regrettable reeUa regrettableLtllig le leLOIIC
L LOIIC Bg LUtef Lint of Famous FJIl US Kea KeaI leR leRI
I think over the Presidents P aW I have haveknown haeknow haveknows
known well from Lincoln to Roosevelt Rooseveltthe ROOMVelttIN Roosevelttits
the educators from Woolsey to HaiHey HaiHeythe If 1454MS1the dae7 dae7tile
the men of letters front rout Ralph RaI > > I Waldo WaldoKmerson Waldolsmeteon WaldoEm
Kmerson Em to Mark k Twain the tbeof captains captainsof
of Industry from Commodore VaD4lerbUt Vander Vanderbilt raaderblit
bUt to those now In the u public eye the thegreat tbeareat thegreat
great orators from Wendell PhiHlp PhiHlpdown PbWIdown PbWipsdawn
down the great preachers from Theo Theodore TModon ¬
dore Parker > r Beecher and an < l Storrs the thegreat be bereal hegreat
great real generals paeralaro rom Scott of the be elders eldersto eIcIento eldersto
to Grant Sherman and Sheridan Sheridan and andfrom aadtroa andfrom
from Farrasiit to Dewey the master masterful mutertul ¬
ful f ul pt politician + ltfcrans from Thurlow Weed to toSenator totor to8ehtator
Senator tor Quay the great Journalists jouraalistsrom Journalistsfrom jourriaHstafrom
from f rom Oreelcy Greek Bennett and Raymond to totheir totbelr totheir
their ancestors of today the travelersIran travelers travelersfrom t1yeasIram
from Bayard Taylor and Stanley and andforeigners aadforetpen andoreigners
foreigners f not only 0111 great in their own owncountry owncountry owncountry
country but of international time f e it itseems Iteeeme Itseems
seems as if the world w rId had lost some something something me metlalnr ¬
thing because I did not carry a mentalcamora mental mentalcamera mentalClD
camera cameraHowever ClD IL ILHowever
However UM memory of It all tIIoPIncoIapiate thoughincosRlte though thoughincomplete
incomplete embodies treasures gathered gatheredin daered daeredIn
in an active life which give vi exqolaltft exqolaltftpleasure exqtPIeMur ezquiNtplease e
PIeMur please pleasure and andcan can never be dissipated
I Wave Wa af Rtf RtfI Reform Reformi
i A wave of municipal reform fonn startedfrom started startedfrom
from a widely heralded beral ed remark made taut lIUIeII e eThe
at this th taM labile at our first meeting meetingutteMice The Tbeut
I I utterance ut 1 nce of our ou distinguished Secretary 8ecretar7i rotary
i of State 8ta Bthn mfh Root it may be thai thatI tbs tbssuch
j such control eontroleoal1 could better be ez ezin exercised exercisedin erdsed
in particular instances by the
govern government covernI governtent ¬
ment of the States but the people will willhave willbav
I have bav the control they need either from fromthe trolDtbe fro frothe m
the States or from th tile National Govern Government Governmeat ¬
I ment and if the States fall all to furnish
H in due measure mea ure sooner or later constraethens con constructions ¬
structions of th the Constitution will be bePresident beROOSEVEL
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ROOSEVEL ROOSEVELTS rs SKILL SKILLWINS
WINS WffADMIRATION ADMIRATION ADMIRATIONI
I
President PresidentShows Shows Himself imself to toBe toBe
Be Fbeman F enlan n an to Be BeFeared BeFeared
Feared FearedThe
The Th e Roosevelt Administration 4 lftJolatraUoa trauon is set ¬
ting U a paetIat pace at tbte tt t very outset of the
Presidential race that Is the wonder wonderall of ofall ofull
all politicians politiciansFrom polftJclanatrom politiciansFrom
From trom the day 4ft of the White House 1lonsenouneement pro pronouncement pronouDtement ¬
nouncement that Information had been beenreceived beetarECehed beerreceived
received of the existence of a conspiracy
of big interests 1nt reat8 to overthrow Admita Admihtratlon Adminis Administration Admitatratlon ¬
tratlon poHctes the Roosevelt Jtoo eIt
organisa organisation orwani orwanilion organimlion ¬
lion has been be a getting U11I increasingly busy
All over the country agents of the theAdministration thedmIDlstrJition t tAdatluistrtiton
Administration are carefuly canoful investigat ¬
Inc conditions condJtt studying < < sentiment sentimentcutatl cal calculating ¬ i
cutatl culating what to needed to get matte matteproper matters mattersproperly re I IPIOlKrlF
proper properly lined up Taft has b Rone gun gone to tofor Ohio Ol o I
for f some speeches peecheand and a conference with withthe wit witthe h 1 1tile
the leaders there The other day Assist Assistant JUei Assistant ¬ i
ant Secretary of o the Treasury Heynolda Heynoldawas lteynol lteynolwas da I Illeat
was seat to Mais Massachusetts achusetts on a politicsmission political I
mission to look Into some reports 01 o f I
disaffection 411 aftECtion there Right t On n the heels of o t
Mr Reynolds Postmaster Post General aea raI Merer Mererposted II Me fC fCoted I
posted oted off to the Bay State to use use pis
Influence nftue e for promotion of harmony harmonyTrmtUe barmoayTrnDie lurmonyTrouble 1
Trouble in i isthe the South SouthAssistant
Assistant Postmaster Po Poe sire General Gterai GteraiH GeneralH Ft FtH I
H Hitchcock was w sent lownt nt off South to toout toout flnC flnCout
out whether the disaffection dlsatreciOD disattec with th t tAlftlatratlon Ihe he
Administration is so serious as reports reportsto reptto rta a
to t the White House nave indicated ladIeateaWbat 1p a I
What sort of report he mad made is not notknown ao t 1
known but it is said old on good OQd authority authoritythat autbortt Y
that be found some eo things not at all on oncouragtag j
couragtag coursThe cburaging couragtagThere
There The are troubles trou In I ° Texas Texa likewise
Not long ago one of the lieutenants of ofCecil oflecil o osell t
I Cecil sell Lyons the national coramittcevnan committteuiaand ai I Iand
and Republican boss in that Btate tate came cam camhere I
I here hereto to explain the difficulties dl mcultles ror t holding hcldln I
things tht hk line and c1 to secure help from fromthe fro froe m
the e Administration lie admitted that thatwhile thatwhile tha t I
I while the Lyons crowd expected to keep k ices icesitself < > ep p
itself lt elf In the saddle It had been ttteily ttteilyunable lUHlyunable ether Y
unable to compose differences and the theState th e
I State was getting etUn < < into a regular Chi Chio Chloquarrel o
quarrel among its little band of Hepuo neptJ
beans UcanIn
In Pennsylvania the Administration Ad Adtl + 9inlRfra tnistxatin l > n
forces for have picked a lead and are aregetting arepUb a agetting re
getting pUb girded up for a hi bit i > lb flght fl g ht on o S
Penrose They propose J to bring brlnl out ou t
Justice J uatlce John P Klkte of the he supreme upremecourt r I
court and make ID e hUb SLat Statfe leader head headof headof hen henof i
of the national delegation dUon and finally finall finallnator Y
Senator nator to succeed Penrose Penro If it can ca n
be done
doneSituation
Situation in i the West Wat WatReprpt Vest VestReprrt
Reprrt persists in uncomfortable form formthat fort t I Ithat
that John W Yerkes retiring retlrJn collector collectore collect or
of o internal revenue Is determined to get getNdt ge
back Into Kentucky politics in which whichhe wise h
he is one of the biggest factors an and d
that he will be affiliated a Ulated with the anti antiurtration antliMration ant i I
A urtration group Illinois is fairly fairlyg fair fairrile Y I Ifor
rile g for Its fight to take t ke shape and an aneverything cd 1 I Ie
e everything King n Indicates that sooner or later laterSpeaker late lateSpeaker r r I
Speaker Cannon anftOlt and the President will wt 11 I
find it Impossible Impo aJh1e to continue their al 1 i
salts Jian < < of the past two years yearsAs I
As A to the trans traneXlSIIouri Missouri West Senat Senatgnurne Senator SenatorWfMirnc ator atortI1n or orof
WfMirnc tI1n of n uragon Senator Burketthebraaka Burkett Burke tt of ofNebraska orNPbraska
Nebraska Gamble > of South Dakota and andothtl an ofd d
other friends of o the Administration hat have havebeen e
been n looking after matters matt and a great greatdeal creatdeal geee geeedeal t
deal more > politics pollti < S has been afoot th this than tbanIs an
I is commonly realized The Admlnistru Admlnistrution AdmlnstJRtinn I
lien is beginning be innlnfl to force the fighting fightingo g
it proposes to keep ket > p its Jt opposition busy bullYin bus y
in every ery State SI a tl to prevent combinations combinationso a
o lla stave > mve n 1 hand in every developing sit situation sf sfuction at atuo1Uon t tact ¬
uation and to force a lineup as fast fastas tatas f fas act
as possible possibleAnd popslbleAnd possibleAnd
And at every move of the President Presidentn Prel1iti > > nt
ns n 1 th thn acknowledged lender 1dr in the ion ionti a or
t ti a > t the lh < wonder and admiration ddmira tiun at it if iIIi I
i > Ii < Ml 11 I skill kill Ind astuteness 3 tllt1I > S is lacers IncrrasTiK iner > l lI
01 1 TiK Ti Th right is 1 is < 4 younp mvl 3no its it sen tn enlIn < u
I I lions lIn 011 will he many nII nIIt
t
SENATOR DEPEW DEPEWOf
Of New York Yorkfound Yorkfound Yorkfound
found to vest Ve t the power where it I will wU be beexercised bea bexcchssd
j a exercised s xcchssd 1Md by the National Government Governmentwould Governmentwould Governmentwould
would have 11 created a revolution within withinyears within1ea withinyears
years 1ea which we can < an remember but now nowit nowIt nowit
it J does doe not t even eVen make a partisan issue issuewblle luuewbUe issuehile
wblle w hile President Roosevelts stronger astronlier8ert1oa as assertion arsertioti ¬
sertion of the same idea in the follow following foIlow1ft followg ¬
j ing 1ft g < < words We r0 need through Execu JSxecuUv Executiye Executive
Uv tiye t action through legislation l lllaUon and andthrough andthrouah andthrough
through judicial interpretation In rprettIon and con construction constr constrpetion ¬
struction str ellOtt of law to Increase the power powerof powerof powerof
of the Federal Government If we fI fail failthus rantJ1va tailthus
thus to Increase I it we showed > > our 1m 1mtenceV Jmten Imlence
lence tenceV ten to > s received with little dissentWhat dissent dissentWhat dluenlVhat
What of the t e Future FutureWhat FutureWhat FutureWhat
What of the future Can we count countupon countupon countupon
upon the Indefinite continuance of our ourpresent ourpresent ourpresent
present high standard of executive exeeutl ad administration admlnlatration adinistration ¬
m ministration and rcFponsloJlity mpoaal tUty which whichwe wblelwe whicIwe
we have with Governor Hughes Hu h Therehas There Therehas Tberebu
has never been bee a corrupt c riulK governor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State of New York But some of ofthem oftbfm ofhem
them t bi t believing that all is fair in loc locand 10 lot e eand eand
and war and aadtbat that to the victor Iclor lx belong belongthe bdDItthe h ng ngthe
the spoils poI have felt that they best served servedthe servedthe erv ervthe
the ConnnonwdsJth by strengtheningtheir strengthening strengtheningtheir tbenlnc tbenlnctheir
their party part organisation by patronage patronagefavors pa patronagefavors Onace OnacefaYOn
favors or orf orfIn fear fearIn fearIn
In a contest contest for to control within the thepatty theI theparty
I patty part or a close fight h with iUl the tb oppose opposeparty oPI oplawtepart e eparty
party part y the glitt SUttJiDJ > rin sai vttix riac of i uvcr v + + cr In InInttuenclnc InIndQenc1n inlntlnendngthe
Inttuenclnc lntlnendngthe the earnings earn on hundreds hundrotlsof hundrdof
of millions of capital and the employ employmeut tmpIQIlteUt employmont
mont of thousands of men would temptan tempt temptaa temptaa
aa ordinary mortal aol ambitious poll politictens polltlcta
tictens tlcta are not extraordinaryWhile extraordinary extraordinaryWhile extraordInaryWhIle
While Prof Osier would chloroform chloroformail
ail over forty and ad forty regards seventyas seventy seventyas lleventy11e
as senll senfe 11e and superannuated mated uated three score scoreaid scorand IKortaa4
and tea looks with cosnpeaaLte compassk ate pity pityon pityOft
on his iunlors He reckons r < < ko a the vast vastsum TUtRift
sum of love 10 fun IUD and fight they have havenot havenot a e eDOt
not yet et known and in the accidents oflife of oflife oflife
life may never experience exprrlen A mining minimmillionaire miningmilD
millionaire milD struggling for social recognithen recogni recognition reeocnition ¬
tion said to his mentor who was order ordering orderIDa ¬
IDa for him the dinner he was giving
to the ta fashionable IPonable elect lect Dont have havepeas havteM havepeas
peas eM I can never keep them th on ray m mknlf
I knife But the U septuagenarian 1 tul nal1an edu educated educated educared ¬
cated by his mistakes has passed the theperiod theperiod
period of doubt doubtLONDON doubtYANKEE
YANKEE 1 TOURISTS TOURISTSINVADE
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LONDON April 27 7Amerlean American tourists touristsare tonriltllare touristsare
are to save from bankruptcy many a aWest aI aWest
West End tradesman whose only 0111 hone honenow h011Gnow hopeflow
I now foes s in the conviction that the theAmerican theArteaa theAttterlan
American Invasion In of England this sum summer Rumt summen ¬
t men Is to break mil recordsAnd records recordsAnd recordADd
And everything evyth Indeed seems to show showthat sbowthat showthat
that their expectations are not to be bedisappointed bedJaappolnted bedisappointed
disappointed Americans have ordered orderedpractically ordnodpracUcaUy orderedpractically
practically every available room at atClarldges atC1arldse atClarldgea
Clarldges the Rttx Carlton and Savoy Savoyfor Sayoyfor Savoyfor
for the whole season euo t and English aristo aristocrats aristocrata ¬
crate having baYID < < no o town houses of theirown their theirown
own 0 win w I have ve to to go > N to the lesser boa hostelriea botltelrl boatelrlar
telriea telrl if they want to toile be In town during duringthat duringthat
that last time timeThe tIlDeThe timeThe
The event of the t year ear will W be the ar arrival arrival arrival ¬
rival of the > millionaires IDIonaI automobile automobileparty automobUfparty automobileparty
party some JM III American nabobs and andsportsmen andIfpo
sportsmen Ifpo en under uaa er the leadership of ofPayne orPan
Payne Pan R Whitney hUaey and E R Thomas who whowill whoWID
will arrive early In Xay XayAlready JlltayAlready ay
Already there t are are hi Bond street andthe and andthf andth
the th Strand abundant signs that the shop ahopkeepers shopkeepers
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I American cut can 21 be seen on score scoreof 9COretiof
of window Iadow IadowI notice noticeIt
It is a generally estimated ea tlrnated that England Englandwill EnglaQdIII Englandwill
will III gain half a billion dollars by thevisit the thevisit thevisit
I visit of our American cousins coustosMENU cou8fDatNU cousinsU
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The Emperor mpero of Austria who makes makesa
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a wonderful collection His finest spec specimen c co c ¬
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by the Cxa c f Russia to President PresidentFaure Presd Prey den nt ntJo t
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famous French artist the names nam of the thevarious ih e
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that t the he living PlctUret PlctUretMJmfr picture picturethe picturethestammer the thesummer
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girl wearing this dress Herpicture Her HerPicture
Picture Is to the right haaadLearn hnd hndLrn
Learn that It Is piped III col colora i ion
ora on creating > reatln < < a pretty eomblna I Itlon r rtlon
tlon of blue and white pink pinkaM ink q qand
aM white gray aDd wbl whit i iand i y yand
and black and b black lL Th Thare The L5 f
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um and robust girls and an < I f fwell fwell
well expect the trio to call to
i I morrow ID tTOW to be fitted T toJ
Jumper Suits Sui ts at 5 to 11 11A 1
A bewildering bewUde ing variety so that every eVe phase of Summer Girl shall ba1I be beharmoniously beJaarmonlouly y e i E Eharmoniously
harmoniously gowned Some are mantatloied ar a plain aM a a mans suit suitalmost auitmOllt 1 i iiimost
almost mOllt many are extremely girlish all altre are attractive ttractl a in their individ individuality 1DdITidUallty ¬ t tuallty
Uallty Materials are Imported ginghams 1nha1DB linens Upen Iliensand and lawns pictures in inwhite Inwbite 1 1white 1
white and color schemes in pinks blues lavenders avendEr etc etcNo eteTub etcOllIy198
Tub Suits at Only OllIy198 198 s sNo
No pretensions pre pretensionsonly ntdunsonly only Wash Dresses Dr 8 of striped and checked Percales PercalesTh P PTb4 f fThe
The Th wonder is taint they have the tailormade appearance Not Note the Jaunty Jauntywaist JamItYalst UatY UatYwaist
twice waist alst fl HM and the pleated skirt and youll sav sa > < the making is I atone worth W9rt l Simplicity Sim lclty 2 298 98
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on and an striper with itb trim trfJIaIfttq trimmlags
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r + made The Th e nt i O Suits uIta are fancy Kton efteetsv ee mnfls de ef immporeed linyui 1 > ud peaBn peaBnwith un unItb 4 u uwII1
with Itb inserttags InsertA Inaa P of Y YI 4f embmUarr rrIRJQ on both gin tu aRid akin sktrCTfee l
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Made of Cannon tloth loth and Irish Linen lace lac and embroidery mbroldel trimmedp trimmed trimmedKton trimmedPractical
Practical p U S59S 5 98 Eton and Pony effects are here in styles 8t 1es to suit all figures Prices as asill Jumper 698 698to
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No such bargains again againnot sinnot not until clearing time comes in the late autumn Lets explain explain200 200 dozen of
these Waists Tn 4 were secured Jl last T J week T when t cold weather 1 1prices had created a chill among the makers We then told you
prices would rise with the thermometer thermometerand and sure enough enoughwhen when we telegraphed Friday for another an dth > wer 200 dozen
I the reply was No more at your prices When the remaining remainingwaists waists wa sts hereabout here About 50doieiirre 50 doaenare distributed
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The above picture the four leading new styles of White Skirts to wear with the Waists Wa The pictures are
none too good goodyou you need be told that th t the 98c skirt is trimmed with straps and buttons The 148 14 skirt is cluster
pleated all around The 198 skirt has seventeen 17 gores g ores and two 2 folds olds around bottom The 598 skirt skirtmade
made of imported cotton poplin is mantailored throughout throug hout with twentyone twe ty one 21 gores and d folds foldsThe f olds
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