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Two Statesmen Develop Developed Dev lop loped ¬
ed During the Great GreatPeace GreatPeace GreatPeace
Peace Conference ConferenceUnited ConferenceUnited ConferenceUnited
United States and Great GreatBritain GreatBritain GreatBritain
Britain Defeated b by bySmaller bySmaller Y YSmaller
Smaller Countries CountriesLONDON CountriesLONDON CountriesLONDON
LONDON Got Oot1The 19 9The The Hague Peace PeaceConference PeaceConference PeaceConference
Conference Conference is over over ovei 5ome Qme or ° the dele delegates delegates delegates ¬
gates have already started for home homeSince homeSince homeSince
Since June If when whe the conference conferenceopened oont ooaforenceopened nee neeopened
opened two oat of the S6 delegates delegateshave delegateshave delegateshave
have come conspicuously OOft iJIouoUsly to the front as asreal asreal asreal
real statesmen One 0 ie i Ruy Barbosa nerbo a of ofBrazil ofBrazil ofBrazil
Brazil the other Marshall von Bleber Blebersteln Bleb BleberFtdn It Itftcln
steln of Germany Barbosa Barbo a came to toThe tolbe toHague
The Hague quiet and unknown He won wonIns woni wonIii
Ins Iii i reputation by the skill with which whimhe whichhe whlcdhe
he championed the smaller s naUer powers powerscause powersc powersLie
cause c use particularly In resisting Joseph JosephChoatea Jo JosephChuates eph ephChoates
Choatea demand that the great nations nationsalone nationsalone nationselope
alone choose choo e judges of the permanent permanentarbitration permanentnrhltntion permanentarbitration
arbitration court courtVon courtVon courtVon
Von Bieberstein Bleber < < eln was the man chosen chosento c ciaosento 08 m mto
to wreck the compulsory arbitration arbitrationproposition arbltratlonproposlUln arbitrationproposition
proposition So anxious was the Kaiser Kaiserto
to prevent such a step that he plannedto planned
to tl send se d Prince Vdn Bvlow to relieve the thefraron thetaron thebaron
baron in case a a crisis was wa reached reachedThe retcbedThe reaichedThe
The baron peeved pre1 4 well able to look lookaft lookair lookaft
air aft r matters however wever and Von Bieberet Bieber Bieberett Blcbersit
et sit in inS s reward will be the German am aralisssdorshli am1lsSdorshlp amlassdorship
lisssdorshli to England wh when n Prince Prince2U PrinceMtt PrinceN
2U Mtt tternich rnleh retires The post is the met metimportant me mostiiiportant t tImportant
important in the German diplomatic diplomatice diplomaticFnice
e Fnice r rice Barbosa is expected to be the thenext theT1xt thenext
next president pr ident of Brail He is vice vicepresident vicepresident vlceyresident
president n new R4twnouth newSouth w wCoutk
South Americans Ame cans Make Showing ShowingThe SbowingThe ShowingThe
The South Americans appeared to togood togood togood
good advantage Dr Drago of Argen Argenn ArgenUna Argentina
tina won 8 a reputation for the clever oIevMness cleverness
n ness ss with whisk he secured the powers powersapproval pewwsapproval powersapproval
approval of the th doctrine bearing beari r his Msname hisnam hisname
name nam > Santiago Triana at f Colombia Colombiawas Colombiawas Colombiawas
was recognteed rec 1zed as the greatest gr8te t orator oratorpresent oratorPffSent oratorpresent
present presentThe PffSentT18
The other delegates have referred m A AThe to toBarbosa toBarbosa toBarbosa
Barbosa Drag and Triana as the theCTPit theeTf thegreat
great eTf CTPit t South American triumvirate triumvirateThe trlumytrataThe triumvirateThe
The British Brltis delegation took the booby boobyprize boObyprize boobyprize
prize by general consent Sir inward inwardFry EdwardFrY dward dwardFry
Fry Sir Ernest Satow Sir Henry H Hew Heward Howard w ward
ard and Ix Lord > rd Reay intended tat ded to run runtlie 11Intl1B runtime
time conference blacklisting any anti antluniversal antiuniversal anUuniversal
universal arbitration as a menace to the theworlds theorld theworlds
worlds orld peace They were repeatedly repeatedlyoutmaneuvered repeatedlyoutmaneuveMd repeatedlyoutmaneuvered
outmaneuvered by Baron Von Belber BelberBteln Belberetttn Beiberetein
Bteln and return home with less prestige prestigethan prestigethan prestigethan
than any pew power r at tSe tl conference conferenceIf nt T nce nceIt
If things come to an armed clash be between between between ¬
tween the United States and Japan JapanAmerican JapanAmerican JapanAmerican
American military men will findinter findintereating find inter interesting Interttng ¬
eating ttng reading In iMaJ aj Baron Tettans Tettansbook Tettausook Tettansbook
book book ook to appear ap in Berlin rlln tea on Eighteen EighteenMonths EighteenMnnths t tMonths
Months With Bue Buealas Ru MsArrnies Is Armies 8rm1 s in la Man Maathurla ManL Manfchurla
fchurla fchurlaThe thurlaThe L hurlaThe
The baron was the German general generalstaff generalstaff generalstaff
staff representative with Kuropatkin KuropatkinWeakness Kur KurepatkinWeakness n nVi
Weakness Vi eaknea of Russia RussiaThe RussiaThe RussiaThe
The Russians Itu lan supreme weakness weakne s he hecays heBays hesass
Bays lay in the leaders ovoroauUen ovoroauUenconstant ov ovarsautienconstant ruten rutenconstant
constant glanoee backward and failureto failure failureto ratlureto
to use their troops aggressively aggressivelyThe aggre lvely a aThe
The Japanese J pne e were permeated with a aspirit asrirlt asririt
spirit of offense and thirst for action actionBesides acti actionBesides n nBpsldes
Besides their commanders were er8 alwaysready always alwaysready alwaysre
ready re y to accept responsibility responsibilityCenturies re responsibilityCenturies ponslbtltty ponslbtlttyCenturies
Centuries from rom new men will wear wearpretty wearprctty wearpretty
pretty much the same kind of clothes clothesthey clothesthfY clothesthey
they do now in the opinion of Stoh Stohwasser SOOhwalser Stohwasser
wasser and Winter the Conduit street streettailors streetti1ors streettailors
tailors who designed de lgned the present United UnitedStates UnitedStates unitedStates
States army uniform Involution in inmans Inmans Inmans
mans dress has h about stopped says sayaMr saysMr ys ysMr
Mr Winter commenting on the various variousstyles varIousstyles variousstyles
styles exhibited at the recent tailor and andcutter andcutter andcutter
cutter show Theres laways a demand demandfor dtmudfor demandfor
for slight novelties but there are no noimportant noImporant noImportant
important changes chang except that a few
frills are dropped dropp d off occasionally
Motoring has driven out the top hat hatand hatand hatand
and frock coat and fancy waistcoats waistcoatsare
are disappearing before the cry for foreconomy torec foreconomy
economy ec lDomy Maybe flying machines will
bring in some new styles but I dont
believe anything else can do it itConnecticuts itROOT it itROOTIS
Connecticuts Former G Gov Governor Governor OV OVernor ¬
ernor Here Talks of Presi Presidential Presiden Presidential ¬
dential den tial Possibilities PossibilitiesEliminating PossibilitiesEl1m1naUng PossibilitiesEliminating
Eliminating President Rooseveltfrom Roosevelt Rooseveltirum RoosIveUfrum
from the consideration of Presidential Preetdentislcahdldates Presidentialcandidates Presdenua1C
candidates C dl ates I believe that Elihu Root Bootwould RootWeLId Rootwoad
would be Connecticuts s favorite for the thenomination thenomInation thenomination
nomination This may be my opinion opinionbecause oplnlcnecause opinionbecause
because ecause I am predisposed predls d toward the tlieSecretary theSe theSecretary
Secretary Se < retary of State 8tt but I am also eon corvrc eonvr or orvrc
vr vrc ced Hl that he Is s a popular JOpuar nwfn ma in my In InState
State said former Governor Abir Ablrult AblrultChamberlain AbirantChsmberlatn un unChamberlain
Chamberlain of Connecticut last night nightwlille nightwhile tlshtwhUt
while In Washington on his way from frot frotConnectlcut ironstonnectteut
Connecticut Day at Jamestown J1le town t tft his
home In Morldan MeridanIio MorldanHe llerldanIIe
He said that the convention was too twofar toofar tof
far f off to aroueniuch arou arouee emueh maeh active aotlveelectloll aotlveelectlollee election electioneering electioneering ¬
ee eering jng yet but that a serious consider consideration coulJeratJon coaslieratlon ¬
ation of the question qu by the Repub Republicans Re RepubIlcans ub ubIfcans ¬
licans of the Nutmeg State had net yet yetevolved yetevvh6d yetevolved
evolved a pronounced favorite favoriteOf tvorlteOt favoriteOf
Of course there ran be belittle little doubt doubtthat doubtthat doubtthat
that President Roosevelt Roo evelt twnld obtain obtainthe obtainthe obtainthe
the nomination if ho wished it a and andspke andspoke d dspoke
spoke for it said Governor Chamberlain Chamber Chamberlain ChamberJ1n ¬
lain I do not think he will accept ft < cept It Itunless itunless t tunless
unless it is forced on him and I de not notbelieve notbo notbelieve
bo believe Ueve It will be forced on him unless unlessthe unle unlessthe s sthe
the President plays a skillful game of ofpolitics otIllHUes o1p
politics p litcs which I do not think he has hasthe huth hasthe
the th slightest Inclination to begin beginHe beginHe beginHe
He has great gl fLt prestige IK IJ Connecticut Connecticutaa
aa also has Taft bnt I am convinced convincedthat convincedthat convincedtbat
that if Mr Roosevelt Rco evplt showed a 1 desire dtfsireto d desireto s1re s1reto
to place Mr Root in the White House Houselua Househis
his boorr would have met with even evenn even1re evenI
1re n I > re favor than has that of the Seere Secreui Seereof Seereof
ui of War Hughes is talked of 0 In Ina Inquarters inquarters
a quarters but he would prove prervena prervenaZ no norttltor noIdUol
Z rttltor t titer to RooseveltTart The oth othP otnFa1 0thI
P Fairbanks Fa1 I banks Cannon and Knox have havea
a slight following followingu
Associate of Senator ElkinTells Elkins ElkinsTells ElkinsTells
Tells How Road R adW111 adW111Enter Will WillEnter WillEnter
i Enter City CityRosslyn CitlRosslyn CityRossiYn
Rosslyn Will Be TerminalGreat Terminal TerminalGreat TerminalGreat
Great Falls Line Used UsedFrom UsedFrom UsedFrom
From Frederick FrederickThe FrederickttlheWabBsh
ttlheWabBsh The Wabash railway rauw is as certain to tohave t thae tohave
have a aWaohlhgtcitl SvaphinfttoTterrahHtt VQltfnt termntll at Roselynastialn Rosslyn Rosslynas RoMIynMtraP
as MtraP trains are t to rin rd11 into intherew nt4ptlt the new UnionStation Union UnionStation UnlDnStaU
Station StationJh StaU Stationn n nIn
Jh In n these definite terms Colin H I4v I4vJntcri LI LIhigstcri Livingattrri
Jntcri vibe president presl aIlt of th the American AmericanNational AmerioonN2tlonal AmerioanNational
National Bank and closely associated associatedwith aS8 ansecIatedwith Clted CltedwJih
with Senator Sene ter1E1klns TEiklns of Wart Virginia VirginiaIn Virg1t a aIn
In the Great Falls and nd Old Dominion Dominionrailroad Dominionrailroad Dominionrailroad
railroad and other enterprises replied repliedto repU d dto
to a question questlc n yesterday as 8 to the en entrance entrance entrance ¬
trance of the Wabash Vab h into the CapitalThe Capital CapitalThe CpltalThe
The intention Intent of Senator Elkins to tothe use usethe usethe
the Great Palls road and Its now pro progressing progrnS progreening ¬
greening grnS extension to Frederick Md to togive togive togive
give the Wabash an entrance Into IntoWashington intoWashington intoWashington
Washington were announced by The TheTimes TheTimes TheTimes
Times some waeks abw as JL jut > ut until yesterday yes yesterday y yterjlay ¬
terday no one connected conn8Ct vnth r th the road roadhas roa1has roadhas
has been willing to be l > e quoted quot about the theproposition theproposition theproposition
proposition Continuing C tD nu1ng his ri 1 r narks on onthe onthe n nthe
the subject Mr Livingston saU saUConvenient IIIJConvenient s1 s1Convenient
Convenient as Union 5 Zcation ZcationThe cation cationThe cationThe
The Great Fails Falls rOP rOPi j will furnish the theWabash theWabash theWabash
Wabash with the only feasible entry entryinto entryInto entryinto
into the Capital In order to get into intothe tRtothe Intothe
the Union Station a groat gt fLt many obsta obstacles ob obstacles 18 18clts ¬
cles would have to b + evereome eroome and andgreat andgreat andgreat
great and unnecessary unnece ry expense expel incurred incurredThe 1Rcurr incurredThe < Ml MlThe
The Wabash terminal will be Just Justacross juatOr Justacross
across Or s the bridge from Georgetown and andth andth andthe
th the Union Station will b be connected connectedwith COIIneotedwith connectedwith
with the Wabash Va station by trolley The TheRoeslyn TheRoe TheRoselyn
Roeslyn Roe lyn terminal will aloe 160 be e us conve convenient convenient eonveelent ¬
nient to most of the city as the new newUnion newUnion newUnion
Union Station for two car lines IIn con connecting connecUn confleeting ¬
fleeting necUn with every eve y car Ha line In the city cityare cityare cityare
are at hand ana an a can carry passengers passengersto ners
to any point in the northwest section in inthe iftthe inthe
the same time that it will take from fromthe frouthe fromthe
the Union Station StationMr StationMr StationMr
Mr Livingston and Ad Senator Blkios Blkl Ii > IkIns are areamong 8raamonc areamong
among the largest l t stockholders in the theGreat tMGreat theGreat
Great Falls road The Senator has hasbeen basheM hasbeen
been in Washington for several Veral days daysand ays aysand YS YSand
and is pushing the work Ork of e extending extendingth exteftdinlthe extendingthe
th the line to Frederick as fast ut as possible possibleWhen poIItItbleWhen possibleWhen
When this is done connection with 1tll the theWestern theVe theWestern
Western Ve tern Maryland railroad will have havebeen heveHen havebeen
been made and the WabasH aba l line praotieaily prao praatteally praotlea11y
tteally completed to Washington WuhiltgtonHere WuhiltgtonHeretofere Iieretofere Here Heretofore ¬
tofere officials of the Great Falls line linehave linehave linehave
have maintained that the extension to toFrederick to1Ireder1ck toFrederick
Frederick was as being made solely to open openup openup openup
up the rich agricultural agric 1tura1 section between betweenWashington betweenyaahtngton betweenaahington
Washington and that town although althoughthey altboughthey althoughthey
they would not deny d ny its possible use by bythe b bth bythe
the th Wabash This is 1 the first Urn Urns that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they have made a positive pc > eltln statement on onthe onth onthe
the th subject subjectAmple sul subceetAmple > t tAmple
Ample Facilities at Rosdyn RosdynAmple RoHlynAmple RossiynAmple
Ample facilities are afforded atrrd at Rosa RosaJra ROM11B RossIla
Jra for a a terminal connections by trol trolley trolley trolley ¬
ley Are good and Mr Llvlng Livingston toR sees seesn SiM8n seesn
n > obstacle ob taele now in the way of carryingout carrying carryingout carrylRout
out the plans for the Washington conneetien con oonneetfen 00ftneetlen
neetfen and terminal terminalA
A hitch in the general gen ral plan to estab establish eetab1tah establbh ¬
lish a terminal at Rosslyn Ro lyn occurred occurredhowever cccurredhovevlH occurredhowever
however when Anaioetan lHLloetAn island 1nd was wasaelfl wallseld wassold
sold to a It New York syndicate for foramusement for8mUHment foramusement
amusement purposes lurpo e The same me capital capitalists oapltall capitallets ¬
lets l ts who are interested in the Great GreatFalls GrtFalls GreatFalls
Falls connection with Ith the Wabash were wereoffered wlKeoffered wereoffered
offered the island d but when keft they came cameto cmeto carneto
to offer their money they found that thatit thatIt thatit
it had been sold ld to other parties The Theisland 1heIsland Theisland
island with its seventyfive acres ad adJoining adjoining adjoining
Joining the town of Rosslyn was s con considered conslc conskered ¬
sidered slc rel a splendid place for lr additional addlUonalterminal additionalterminal additionalterminal
terminal facilities as 8 well at a landing landingplace lndlngpl8 landingplace
place pl8 o for vessels It Is not an india indiapensablo Indispensablo Jndt Jndtpensablo
pensablo part of the plane of the rail railway raUway railway ¬
way men although they may m y attempt attemptto
to gain contrbl of It from the new newowners newowners newowners
owners ownersJOHN ownersJOHN
18 Git 18 SAI VETERAN ramMJohn YTERAJohn
John E Hilbert age seventynine seventynineone
one of the last laa members oH 0 Grays Stonewaif Stonewair Stone Stonewalf
waif Brigade rlgac1e died last ni night rht at at11t1rd OO OOThird WOThird
Third street northeast northea t Congestion Cn don of ofU ofthe ofthe
U the lungs was the cause cauj < 0 of his death deathHe ckNi deathHe h hHe
He had been a a resident of of Washing Wa bing ¬
ton twentyflve tw ntyllve years coming comin here from fromCharles fromChari fromCharles
Charles Chari os Town W Va where he was wasborn wasborn wasborn
born Daring the civil war he served servedIP servedin
IP the famous Stonewall Brigade and andafterward andafterward andafterward
afterward in Rossers Brigade Second SecondVirginia BeoortdVirginia SecondVirginia
Virginia Cavalry CavalryHe CavalryHe CavalryHe
He is survived by four daughters and andthree andthree andthree
three sons The funeral will be held inCharles in inCharles InCbarl8li
Charles Town Tuesday Tue dey under the direc ¬
tion of the Odd Fellows FellowsCHRISTIAN Fun FellowsCHRISTIAN ws wsCHRISTIAN
The Young Peoples Society of Chris Christian ChrisUan Christian ¬
tian Endeavor of the First Presbyterian
Church held the Initial business meet ¬
big of the fall In the lecture room of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church Miss Ruth Montanys the thl presi ¬
dent presiding
The enrollment was announced as lIt 119Seventyseven 118Seven
77 77Seventyseven
Seventyseven Seventysevenfor Seven sewn sewnfor
for Grip and andBe andCOLDS andCOLDS
Be wisebefore wise before you let your yourpatient yourpatient yourpatient
patient die dueGive dieGive cUeGive
Give Seventyseven Seventysevenat Seven sev n nat
at least a try tryIts tryIts tryIts
Its the wise hence popular Doc Doctor Doctor Doctor ¬
tor who cures his patients quick and andmany andmany andmany
many a one owes his popularity to toHumphreys toHumphreys
Humphreys Seventyseven Its Itsused Itsused Itsused
used alike by the profession and andlayman andlayman
layman and while the former has a aslight aslight
slight slight advantage still any anyone one can cancure cancure cancure
cure a Cold with ffs Seventyseven SeventysevenHumphreys Seventyseven25C
125c 125cHumphreys 25CHumphreys
Humphreys Homeo Medicine Co Cor CorWilliam CorWllUam CarWilliam
William and John Streets New York YorkJ Yorki
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For Best The difference between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the ages of Mary and andJohn andC andJohn
C 1 John is sixteen an and c ane onehalf
SOtLttfOfl OtU t ton half years yearstf yearsif yearsIf
if Mary were two and andonehalf andOl andlJf
Ol Tl11S TL onehalf f years older she shewould S shewould he heJ
lJf J 1 fltS would be as old as John Johnwas John1vas Johnwas
was when Mary was half halfof halfR halfProblem
Problem R to b tern f of her present age ageHow ageE
How Howald old
are Mary Maryand Maryand Maryand
E and John JohnI
Prosecution Pro ecutlon of land fraud cases In InIdaho I IIdaho laIdaho
Idaho will be pushed without wiUtoutThis May MayThis delayThis
This is J the t te result of a recent confron confronbetween eontwoe eontwoeBetween eonfereaoebetween
between the Attorney General Secretary Secretaryof
of the Interior Garfield and Judge A AM AM AM
M Burch BurchIt BarclIt BurchIt
It is announced that the recent acquittal ac acquittal aequlttl ¬
quittal of Senator Mat r Borah merely showed showedthat showedthat showedthat
that the latter was In no way guilty
but that til u the evidence In the case clearly
established the thecharges Charges that have beenmade boon boonmade b6eItmade
made against other prominent residents
As an additional precaution against againstfrauds aga1Mtfra againstfrauds
fra frauds persons Jt8I O making homestead entrite en entrios 81 81triM
trios on mimic lands after November 1 1will 1Win 1will
will be required to prove an actual four fouran fourmonUII fouran
an month residence on the land they theydesire theyde theydesire
de desire lre to purchase tOre before they tb8 will be bepermitted bepermltt bepermitted
permltt permitted d to commute entries by bycash a acash acash
cash payment paymentCommissioner p paymentCommissioner yment ymentCmmltJll1oRer
Commissioner Ballinger BalJlng r issued an or order order order ¬
der to that effect err t yesterday
Sorority Inquiry BeginsAnd Begins BeginsAnd BeEinsAnd
And It Ends Oh So SoonJust SawnJust Soon SooniJust
iJust Just Two Mothers Appear and After They TheyI TheyLeave TheyLeave
I Leave One Listened ListenedSolemn Solemn Committee Commit Commitj
j tee t tee e More Solemnly Adjourns
All the mothers interested in the In Inv Intlptlon Investigatlon
vestigatlon v 8tlgatlen ordered toy Superintendent Superintendentnf nte cle t tnr
nf Schools So la Chancellor to determine determinewhether determinewhether
whether WMt 8I secret H01 t societies S led8B in the lb M schools sebooteare ao1JooIeare schoolsare
are so horrible that they should be beabolished beAbolished beabolished
abolished were at the tit meeting of f the In Investigating InesUptlng investigating ¬
vestigating committee In 1 the Central CentralHigh OentralHigh CentralHigh
High School building lat iate yesterday erdty aft afternoon attI aftTo ¬
I ernoon ernoonT rn8OBTe
T Te be brief there were two mothers motherspresent motherspr8lent motherspresent
present presentAt pr8lentAt presentAt
i At 3 oclock the appoteteifl It8lRt d hour our the theeomralttee theeommlttee theeommittee
eomralttee consisting oonslsU g of the big lights lightsfrom Jlghtsfrom
from from the high schools was eseonced ingreat In Ingreat ingret
great and iUent Uent4lgnlly dignity in th the north northcorner northcoraer northcorner
corner of on one of the big rooms in tAB tnebuilding tABbuUdtng thebuilding
building At 310 oHock two women womenentered womenentered womenentered
entered the Inquisition chamber and andsat and1t andsate
sate sat 1t down In too to southeastern corner cornerThere cotnerT cornerThere
There T 8re followed a pored of tense silence siimtceThe silenceThe leRce leRceThe
The newspaper men felt that th the fate fatewas tateia fatewas
was ia about to hit the secret societies an anunkind anunkind anunkind
unkind unkind blow The bearln bMrtnc of th the two twowonwn twowomen twowenien
wonwn women was as II if they were deeply dett ly ira impressed irai hnpr
i pressed pr fu t by > y the t e voluble silence sitoneeSmall sI sISmall silenceSmall
Small Addresses Addre ee Multitude MultitudeS
F W S Small principal of > Eastern EasternHigh Baatern1111h einstecnHigh
High and nd chairman of otthe the investigating investigatingooraraltte IftutatingoommUt Investigatingcommittee
committee scraped tl the floor oOr with his hisHis hlBteet hisfeet
for battle battleHis battleHis
feet like a warhorse ready
His tones do d doep p cad il resonant shattered shatteredtho shatteredtba shatteredthe
the silence silenceIs silenceIIs silenceIs
wi wishes wishesto wishesto IM IMto
IIs Is there th re any one present
secret societies oohtie in the tfceohools theohoo18l theschools
to speak epe k on
schools he heaaked asked as If he expeoted expe ted tedstorm a aaterm astorm
storm of words to t break on his unof unoffending 1IDolf unoflending ¬
fending f tndlnJ head headTwo h hTwo headTwo
Two minutes minut ot f aw more aloe sfl c followed foltewedThen followedThea oIlewedTh8R
Then one o of t the ladles In the far corner cornerrose oornerroee cornerrose
rose to her feet feetI feetI feetI
I am here to say that I do not thinkthe think thinkthe thInkthe
the sororities orcrttfr In th tile schools 4Jo o the girls glrtethe girlsthe girlsthe
the least harm she said her tone t gaining gain gaining gainIng ¬
ing strength atr ftgth with every ever word WOT In In fact factray factmy factmy
my daughters ushla sorority rortty makes ak k s h her Me r a abetter abetter abetter
better girl irtrlThe girlThe irl irlThe
The speaker spsakWsat sat t down while a re reporter reporter reporter ¬
porter murmured nmrmttrsdScore murmuredScore BurBl r8d r8d8oore
Score one for sororities sororitiesHopes 8OIwlUeRopos sororitiesHopes
Hopes Rise High HighThen HigkThn HighThen
Then the other woe woman as arose r There Therewas TIt Therewas we wewas
was in her pose a sug sus D potion Mtlon ton of militant militantcommon mUtDtJBmon militantcommon
common JBmon sense HII f The investigating < < co com committee committee e emittee ¬
mittee mittee readjusted its Usg1aM8 glasses and Ad its itshuts itahhtS Itsh
huts h > ts according to whether It was male malevr maleM maleor
M < vr female It seemed 5 med to feel that some something aolll8thinS something ¬
thing was about tout to b be revealed rMJecIMrhJNI rMJecIMrhJNIgnp perhaps perhapsa
a grip or a password passwordAll paMwordAll passwordAll
All I want to say Y remarked the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman Is that I wish wt h something 8Omethl could couldbe couldbe Id Idbe
be done very ery soon by this ths c4mm committee committeeand e6mMltteBnd lttee ltteeand
and Dr Chancellor about these secret secretsocieties MCretsocl secretsocieties
societies socl tlt1J This delay is worrying th the
girls Into nsrveus wrecks I dont see secany seeaoy seeany
any harm In sororities But ut either abel abolish aOOIl abelIsh ¬
ish l h them or tell them theyre all right rightWeve rl rightWeve ht htWeve
Weve had enough of this delay and the thegirls thl thlurJs thgirls
girls waste more time wondering whats whatsgoing whatsgoing whatsgoing
going to be done than they ever did at attending attending attending ¬
tending meetings of the sororities sororitiesAll 5OrorlUesAll sororitiesAll
All the mothers had spoken ken No Nofather Nofather Nofather
father had appeared The l eS1bject subject had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been threshed out Outside a conductor conductoron c nductor nductoron
on a a Seventh street car r save gav < j the th signal signalof slgn signalof 1 1ot
of two bells which hloh moans Go ahead aheadMr aheadMr aheadMr
Mr Small evidently thought it was his hissignal hissignal hissignal
signal for he declared the meeting ad adjourned ndjournQd adjournod ¬
She Only Came to Listen ListenThen ListenThen ListenThen
Then he turned to a young woman womanwho womanwho womanwho
who had just ju entered enteredPerhaps ontorOOPerhaps enteredPerhaps
Perhaps you can tell us something somethingmore somethingmore somethingmore
more about secret societies sug suggested suggested suggeeted ¬
gested the hopeful chairman But he hewas hewas hewas
was disappointed The lady who Gho was wasa wasMrs wasa
a Mrs Brannigan brushed an Imag Imaginary ImagIn Imaginary ¬
inary In ry speck of dust from her aiobby aiobbysleeve mobbysiseve tobbysleeve
sleeve elevated her eyebrows lowered loweredthe 10weredt loweredthe
the t e corners of her mouth and said saidI
I Oh I know nothing about them themI
I merely came to listen letea I am an as assistant astant assietant ¬
sistant tant editor of a college sorority pa paper paper paper
per All I know Is s that the college collegesorority collegesorority collegesorority
sorority people regard the high school schoolsororities sohoolsororlUe schoolsororities
sororities as mere imitations I only onlycame oDl oDlcame onlycame
came to listen listenA 1I8t811A listenA
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followed convinced Mrs Brannigan that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she was in a a poor 001 place for gxerclslng gxerclslngher ehcercisingher Xerclslngher
her listening faculties f culUH And pretty soon soonthe soonthe soonthe
the committee listened I ROd to her feet te t go goIng goIng gofag
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In the th Supreme Court of the District DistrictW DistrictF
W F F 1 Vandiver through his attorneys attorneysHerbert attorn8Y5Herbert attorneysHerbert
Herbert and Mtoou lve filed a suit suitat suitat
at t law against t th U e Metropolitan Hotel llolelfJmlMny
Company fJmlMny conducting th tM Metropolitan
Hotel Boleln in this dty fur r r 710000 damages damac
Th rIM plaintiff claims he was injured InJur d by
falling through the elevator shaft ol olthe o othe ofthe
the hotel May Iay 4 196d th the door of o the theshaft thelibatt theshaft
shaft having been left open openHORACE opeDHORACE openHORACE
The funeral fun oral services of o Horace J JGray JGray J JGray
Gray Assistant Attorney General of the theInterior theIrttenor theInterior
Interior Department were held yester yesterday yestercay yesterday ¬
day cay at 2 oclock at t his homo 1767 T Tstreet Tueet Tstreet
street ueet northwest The Rv W J Cox Coxa CoxAMletnt Coxassistant
a assistant tetant rector of St St Thomas Epls Eplsecpal EplsecpaI Episeepal
ecpal Church conducted the thl services servicesThe nrvtO servicesThe s slhe
The burial was In Rock Creek Cemetery CemeteI
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strong and rigid henry henryenamel
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Rugs Ru s at Small SinallPrices SinallPricesWe Prices PricesWe
We have just received a large purchase of Rugs from one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the leading Eastern mills bought at considerably below what theyare they theyare theyareworth
are areworth worth Its a great chance to save money mpneynnd moneyand and choose from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the most m st desirable rugs rugs30x60 rugs3ox6Q rugs30x60
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business on the methods that were In tovogue Invogue invogue
vogue twenty years ago will soon have hvano JlaYeno haveno
no business bustne 8 The physician who whoecribes whoscribes WIIoscribes
scribes according to the formula fotBPllMfiehlngs formulasteachings formulateachings
teachings of the textbooks of a 8 l 1w 1wyears fewyears w wyears
years ago ought to go into partnership partnershipwith parilMrl partnershipwith p pI
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deaden deaden pain ought to have aft ve his license licensetaken ll iloto lYe lYetaken e etaken
taken from him Salicylic cyllc add Is Issplendid IIIsPt6ndld a asplendid
splendid article for preserving pre ervlD the deadbut dead deadbut deMbut
but a a mighty dangerous drug for the theliving Ute1fv1ng theliving
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doctor may say no matter whet your jwirfriends YOIrtrlends yourfriends
friends may mayaay say no matter hw bigoted bigotedor 1 Ipteodor
or prejudiced you may be against all alladvertised alladvertised alladvertised
advertised remedies go at one once to your yourdruggist yourdruggist yourdruggist
druggist and get a bottle of th the I X XRHEUMATISM XRHEIDfATISM XRHEUMATISM
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morphine of or other harmful drug It if isput
put up under the guarantee of the Pure
Food and Drug Act Acto
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skeptics no excuse whatever why you
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known medicine Thousands T OWNIa of testi testimonials tMU tMUmonials teetimonials ¬
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monl monia and breaks up a a coW ta a few fewI fawhours fewhours
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night sweats allays gorenees and ad adlly speed spaedIly speedily ¬
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immediate relief relle and builds up the ner nervous D9rvous nervous ¬
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symptoms of nervous exhaustion such suchas IJUChas suchas
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restless rEStle and sleepless nights pm pants e in inthe inthe inthe
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strengthens the nerves and andtul is a wonder wonderful woadrrful ¬
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Munyons Blood Cure eradicates erad1ct all
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Munyons s Pile Treatment positively positivelyMunyons
cures all forms of piles Price 35 cents
Munyons Vitalizer restores lost Joe pow powers powers powers ¬
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all druggists mostly 25 cents a vial
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with a copy of the Guide to Health
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