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THE + WASHINGTON TIMES FKIDAIVMAY FItID1T RIDA 111 JI1T Y 8 1908 9
DOLLIVERBUSYMAN DOLLIVERBUSYMANDURING OLUVER BUSY 1AN 1ANDURING
DURING CONFERENCE CONFERENCEAttends
t Attends Senate in Wash Washington Wash Washgton Washton ¬
ington gton ton and Methodists MethodistsMeeting Methodistsfy1 methodistsMeeting
Meeting fy1 eting in in Baltimore BaltimoreSenator BaltiinoreSenator BaltimoreSenator
Senator DolHver of Iowa is the busiest busiestman busiestman
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man In Congress just at present He Hetxpocts Heexpects
ttPec expects to bo so for the rest of the sos sostlon 9OSlilon sosion I
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A combination of the temporal and andthe andthe andthe
the spiritual that is unusual for 8 United UnitedState LnitedStateii UnitedStateaJ
State Senator Is keeping Mr DolHver DolHverstrenuously Dol11verstrenuously Dolltverstrenuously
strenuously engaged on sed He is a lay lit dele delegate deleSRte delegate ¬
gate from hi his State to the Methodist MethodistGeneral lfethodlstGeneral MethodistGeneral
General Conference in Baltimore and andbetween andbetween andbetween
between attending the session ses rion of the theGeneral theGeneral thep
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General Conference and the sessions Hl lon of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Senate he has little time to recreate recreateand recreateand recreateand
and not much time me to sleep sleepEvery sleepEvery sleepEvery
Every morning at 6 oclock o 1ock the Sena Senator Sen8tor Senator ¬
tor rlg rfn rises with 1th hurried reluctance swal swallows swallows awallows ¬
lows a hasty breakfast and ftees to the theUnion theUnion theUnion
Union Station where whe e he catches a train trainfor trainfor I Itor
for Baltimore B Jtlmore He attends the confer conference conferenee cAnference ¬
ence session and takes an earnest part partin partIn partto
in the proceedings and then scurries to a atrain 8trln atrain
train about noontime and goes to the theBenate theSente theSenate
Senate He puts in the afternoon in the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate and then takes another turn at atthe 8tthe atthe
the General Conference1 catching an anevening anevening n nvenlnl
evening venlnl train for Baltimore and getting gettingback gettingback gettingback
back to Washington tired and sleepy sleepyabout 8Ieepabout sleepyabout
about midnight midnightSenator midnightS41nl1tor midnightSenator
Senator Dolliver tells his friends he hes hesn is isu isDn
Dn > u an alternating current that switches switcheshim swltchehim switcheshim
him back and forth between here and andBaltimore andBaltimore andBaltimore
Baltimore The conference will last sev several MYral ae1eral ¬
eral ral weeks and it can be predicted that thatthe thathe thatthe
the Senator will m be ready to calm down downbefore downrore downbefore
before rore it is over overToadd overTo overTo
Toadd To Add to Senator DolHvers troubles troublesthere troublesIh troublesthere
there Ih re is war on in Iowa between the lot followers tollowers lotlowers ¬
lowers of Governor Cummins and Ad the thegovernors theIovemors thegovernors
governors enemies over the question questionwhether quc questionwhether Uon Uonwhether
whether Senator Allison or Governor GovernorCummins GovernorCummins < vernor vernorCummins
Cummins shell come to the Senate SenateSenator SenateSenalor Senatesenator
Senator Dolliver has just returned from froma
a weeks oeks campaign in Iowa and the theAllison theA1Jion theAllison
Allison leaders want him to deliver ten tenor tenor tenor
or a dozen more speeches before the theprimaries therlmarlesJune therimariesJune
primaries rlmarlesJune June 2 They The insist upon itIn It ItIn itIn
In fact Moreover Senator Dolllver is isllkoly isltkol Istikoly
llkoly ltkol to be temporary chairman of theChicago the theChicago thehl
Chicago hl o convention amiif an < 1lr he is selected select selected NlactNl ¬
ed for that honor will have a great greatspeech sreatcch greatech
speech cch to get ready road All in all he is as aspusy asusy asbusy
busy usy as a man ought to t be beDIPLOMATIC beDlPLOMATIG bef
f DIPLOMATIC 1PLOMATI SCHOOL SCHOOLCOURSE SCHOOLGOURSE 8OOLOIIII8E
COURSE IS ACCEPTED ACCEPTEDThe
The curriculum offered by President PresidentJ Presldcnteedftam
1 J jleedham ccdham for the new college of political politicalSciences politicalienc08 politicalwinos
Sciences ienc08 was formally accepted a epled by the theboard theboard thetjroard
board of trustees tru tees of the George Washington Washington Wash Washington ¬
ington University at t Its meeting at the theBhoreham theShoreham theChoreham
Bhoreham Hotel last night nightThe nlglttThe nightThe
The new school has been organized organizedon Oran1zedon
on a fund of 126000 l2t + 444 of which S64b S64bhas 50000has 50000 50000has
has been subscribed It Is planned to toequip toequip toequip
equip pupils for or the consular con8u and dip diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic
lomatic service and to further their tholrisefulneas theirJlletubMes theirusefulness
usefulness In Government Gov nmont and public publiclife publiclife
life 1 fe bj b byI C study 8tu1 orpolitiad or of D PDlitJ U l economic economicand ecoaomlcand economicand
and public questionsThere questions questionsThose quesUonsThOM
Those present pre ent at tho meeting last lastnight 1astnight lastnight
night were Charles W Needham Henry HenryB
B F Ii Macfarland chairman C D Wal TValtott Walott Walcott
tott ott E M Gallaudet H C Perkins PerkinsJohn PerkinsJohn PerkinsJohn
John Joy Jo Edeon Dr C C W Richardson RichardsonJ
J Dr > r H I C Yarrow T arrow Judge Thomas II HAnderson IInder IiAnderson
Anderson nder on John B Lamer and S Wnoodward W WWoodward Yo Yoy
Woodward noodwardON y ood ard ardCARDINAL j jCARDINAL
CARDINAL LOGUE LEAVES LEAVESCardinal LEAVESON
ON HIS WAY TO BOSTON BOSTONCardinal
Cardinal Cardinal Loue Ix > gue primate of Ireland Irelandwho IrelandWho Irelandwho
who came to Washington Monday night nightto
1 to be the guest of Father Russell pastor pas pastor pastor ¬
tor of St Patricks Church left at 11 11oclock 11oclock 11oclock
oclock this morning mornln for New York He Hewill Heut Hewill
will ut go to Boston B ton for ashort a short visit asthe as asthe ASthe
the guest of Archbishop OConnetl Be Before Betore Before ¬
fore returning to his home in Ireland ho howill howill howill
will visit Niagara Falls FallsThe FaUsThe FallsThe
The cardinal was entertained at din dinner dinner dinner ¬
ner last night by Representative 1 1B WBourke W WBourke
Bourke B > urke Cockran of New York Among
those who attended the dinner wore woreCardinal wmeCardinal wereCardinal
Cardinal Gibbons and the archbishops archbishopswbo archbls archblsjiopswho pR pRwho
who have been in conference at the theCatholic thoCatholic theCatholic
Catholic University Supreme Court Jus Justices Justices Just ¬
tices t White and McKenna Senator S ntor Aldrich Ald Aidrich Aldneh
rich Speaker Cannon and Richard RichardHarding RlehardHarding RichardHarding
Harding Davis
1 1CRUISER
CRUISER CRUISER WRECKED OFF OF F ENGLAND 1
H HM M S So GLADIATOR GLADIATORAs I IAs
As She Has Settled After Having Been Rammed by the American Liner St StPaul StPaul I IPaul
Paul Thirty of Her Crew Were Drowned The Torn and Twisted TwistedCondition TwistedCondition I
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Condition of the Upper Works Shows the Force of the Collision CollisionFairbanks CollisionFaIrbanAs I IJ
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16 Fairbanks r atr b an k s for I + or J denomination denominationIf R RenominationPresidencyIs omtnatton omtnattonIf
If Presidency Is Impossible
Vice President P nt Fairbanks will not notrealize notrealize notrealize
realize his ambition amblU n to be nominated for forPresident torPresident forPresident
President at the Chicago convention conventionaccording conventionaccordlnJ conventionaccording
according to the present outlook but buthis buthis buthis
his friends are going to see to it if ifthey ItthoJ iftheyy
they can that he is named for second secondplace aeeondplace secondplace
place on the ticket Talk of this kind kindhas kindhas kindhas
has been heard in political circles in inWashington InVashlngton inWashington
Washington for some time and It grows growsmore gr growsmore ws wsIGOre
more persistent persistentTbe perat persistentThe tent tentThe
The Vice President Prc tdent has as his lieu lieutenants lieutenants lieutenants ¬
tenants an aggregation regatloft of clever In Indiana Indiana Indiana ¬
diana politicians and they are charged chargedwith chargedwithbelni chargedwith
withbelni with beta being responsible ro pon t for keeping to tothe totho tothe
the front the suggestion that Mr Fair Fairbanks FalrOOnles Fairbanks ¬
banks be put in second place on the thenext thenect thenext
next ticket ticketAt tickotAt ticketAt
At first it was urged u15f that the old oldticket oldticket oldticket
ticket ought to be renonilnated That Thatis Thatis
is it was represented that the best bestsolution bestsolution bestsolution
solution of the contest over Presiden Presidential Presidential ¬
tial nominations would QuId be to select MrRoosevelt Mr MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt for another term and renoml renomlnate renomlnate renominate
nate Mr Fairbanks for Vice President PresidentThis PresidentThis PresidentThis
This talk wag rife several weeks ago agoit agoIt agoit
it having hln become b oome apparent that the theonly theonly theonly
only way in which the allies Jiles could coulddefeat coulddefeat coulddefeat
defeat the nomination of Taft would wouldbe wouldbe WOuldbe
be to nominate Roosevelt It was about aboutthat aboutthat aboutthat
that tUne that the Vice President ac according aceordlng aecording ¬
cording to report went to Mr Roose Roosevelt RoOMvelt Roosevelt ¬
velt and told him the country wanted wantedhim vRntedhim wantedhim
him to run again but the President Presidenttalked PresidenttAlked Presidenttalked
talked about the weather weatherXow weatherNow weatherNow
Now a a situation has been reached reachedwherein reachedwhereJn reachedwherein
wherein It appears more and more un unlikely unlikely ¬
likely lIkel that the nomination of Taft can canbe canbe I Ibelreyented I
be belreyented prevented and the suggestion of Taft Taftand Taftan Taftand
and an Fairbanks keeps going oln in the rounds
Political gossip is that the Vice Preal ¬
dents friends are helping it along
Tiie1 Ti1 Taft forces are not encouraging
It At the th same time It is to be re retnembered ren r rmembered
tnembered n mbere that Indiana Indiaa is a doubtful
State ana na it Is not to be expected e ected the
Taft leaders will discourage dl courage anyone anyonewho anvoneWIIO anyonewho
who wants to be named for Vice VI e Presi l esl ¬
dent d nt It would be poor politics for them themto tb themto m
to try to block the path of any an strong strongpolitician strongpolitician strongpolitician
I politician toward the Vice Presidency Presidencyespecially Pre Presidencyespecially SdenCy
especially 88 cl8lI at this time and so they theyare the theare theyare
are not frowning on the suggestion of ofTaft otTaft ofTaft
Taft and Fairbanks FairbanksThe FairbanksThe FairbanksThe
The situation as to the movement for fortbe forthe forthe
the renomination of the Vice President PresidentIs
Is I an Interesting one Mr r Fairbanks jR Inthe i ithe jRthe
the head of the powerful Indiana Re Republican RepubHcan Republiean ¬
publican machine He does doe not care to todrop toilrop todrop
drop out of public life and cease cea e to be bea bea bea
a factor In affaire in Washington He Hegave Heh1lve Hegave
gave up the Senator Senatorship hlp to become becomeVice becomeVice ome omeVIce
Vice President Pre ldent Should he not retain retainthe retainthe retainthe
the Vice Presidents Pre tdenls office o lce then he hewould bewould hewould
would return to Indiana and it would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be natural for him to aspire to the tbeSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate again This would jor jeopardize jeopardizeSenator > anUze anUzeSenator rd1zeSenator
Senator Hemenways seat Naturally
Senator Hemenway and all 11 his friends friendswant frlondswant friendswant
want Mr Fairbanks to stay in MM MMpresent JIt8fre islepresent
present fre ent office providing he cannot be benominated benominated benominated
nominated for or President PresidentThey PreakleotThe PresidentThey
They The are expected to do their utmost utmostto ItmoIIlto
to convince the Chicago convention a that thatthe tJuLtthe thatthe
the only way to save the great State Stateof sateof Steof
of Indiana to the Republicans next No November Nevernber November ¬
vember is to put Mr Fairbanks on the tbeticket theticket theticket
ticket in second place placeRAISULl placeRAISULI placeRAISULI
RAISULI HARD TO SEE SEEAS SEEAS SEEAS
AS MULTIMILLIONAIRE MULTIMILLIONAIRENEW
NEW YORK May S Its harder to toreach tore toreach
reach re ch the bandit RalsuU R dsui1 tfcin th ui an Ameri American American American ¬
can multimillionaire muJtImll anu anivtnnoed n gnced A E ESchneider ESchneider ESchneider
Schneider the tb artist who reran rflU resumed d from fromOriental fromOriental
Oriental lands yesterday
Ho painted a portrait of Mulct Abdei AbdeiAziz AbdelAztz AbdetAziz
Aziz Sultan of Morocco l but Ratouli dedined de decilned declined
dined even to meet tbe artist artistA artistA tl8t
A GOOD SUGGESTION SUGGESTIONWife SUGGESTIONoWlfeurm SUGGESTIONWifeIm
Wife Wlfeurm Im actually ashamed to go o to tochurch tochurch tochurch
church with Ith this old hat on It isnt isntuptodate S lsntuptodate nt ntuptodate
uptodate at all allHusband aJlHu allHusband
Husband Hu benduIs Is the cook going g01 to church
this morning morningWife morningf morningW1teNo
Wife W1teNo f No I think not notHusband notHu notHusbandThen
Husband Hu HusbandThen bandThtn Then why not borrow
hersEtchang hers Exchange
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What7s the Difference DifferenceTheyre
I Theyre They re both the same glasses glassesyet yet one costs more than dou ¬
ble the price p ce of the other otherIts otherIts otherIts
Its all in knowing where to t buy CalHshers glasses and spec ¬
fades are the equal of o any twofifty spectacles or glasses in the city
in accuracy of fit perfect adjustment to the eyes fine appearance ¬
And they are the twofifty kind FOR A DOLLAR
Come in Saturday or Monday and let our specialists examine examineyour eamineyour examineyour
your eyes WITHOUT CHARGE CHARGECALLISHE CHARGETHEEYES CHARGECALLIS
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KENTUCKY REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANSGIVE REPUBLICANSGIVE
GIVE RECEPTION TOMORROW TOMORROWRepresentstivea TOMORROWI TOMORROWRepr TOMORROWRepresentatives I
Representatives Repr entaUves Langley Iey and Bennett Bennettof
of Kentucky I wilt deliver addresses at atthe attho atthe
the reception and a entertainment to be begiven belv begiven
given lv n in Pythian t Tempo tomorrow tomorrownight tomorrownight tomorrownight
night by b tbo Republican Club of o their theirState theirState theirState
State StateOther j o > I
Other pwnncnt a1nCftt nent speakers will be beheard beheanl beheard <
heard Jj 6ral eral ra1 vocal and instrumental instrumentalyntZ lastruraentalare
g yntZ fl are included on tbe program programAt procramAt programAt
At tne ilie t se conclusion of the entertainment entertainmenttlie entertaha aent aenttle
the men and women from Ute Bluegrass Blue Bluegrass Bluerass
grass rass State will rise rI e and slag It My Old
Kentucky Kentuc Home conies of that melody
being furnished every person who at ¬
tends the reception
MARTIN L SMYSEH DEAD DEADONCE DEADONCE I
ONCE REPRESENTED OHIO 0H10Politicians OHIOPoliticians OHIOPoUticlaaa
Politicians of the old school bool learned learnedof le4fIDedor
of tfi the death of former Representative RepresentativeMartin RepWBtatlveMartin Rep tatlve tatlveMartin
Martin L Smyser S 1yser at li VYoostef Ohio Ohiowith Ohiowith Ohiowith
with deep regret today Judge Jud e erepresented Srojrser Srojrserrepresented Scnjsetrepresented
represented the Seventeenth Congres Congressional conir conirsional Congresatonal ¬ I
sional district of Ohio in the Fiftyfirst Fiftyfirstand Ftttyr arst arstand i
and nd Fiftyninth PlttYl nt Congresses He was w behoved be beove4 ¬ I
hoved loved by his colleague c l u in the tower towerinsta 10 lowerho
ho hOOM ADd was a careful p pooecle insta instagrounded
114 ooecle iUous ttou legislator c WeD WeD5IOUDde4 W Wgroaoed
grounded in IDlaw law be framed many bills bUlBad billssad billseonuMKtee
sad ad his word hs 4 Peat weight ht with his hiseollUlllUee hiscommittee
weightceeoed
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eonuMKtee s He trm atr stteeeeded coet ld by a
Democrat at the Sixtieth SlXtJcdaFu CcnariM ongrsas
Funeral Fu eral servloes service for Mr Sntrr will willbe w willbe l lbe
be held Inwooster In Woo Wooster his home tomorrow tomorrowafternoon t ton orruw orruwafternoon w waft
afternoon aft
DORA THGRNE THORNE NEXT NEXTAT NEXTAT NEXTAT
AT THE E HE NEW ACADEMY ACADEMYA
A dramaUsati > n of the novel DoraThorne DoralJMnM Dora DoraTnorne
Tnorne wli 1 be the offering at the tbeNew theNe theYevr
New Ne Academy Theater Tbe ter beglnnktic next nextMonday DenMODday nextMoada
Monday Moada evening eve l The Thel T Uy is said to tofollow tofollow
follow the story of the novel only dose doseenough cIo doseseenough e
enough to carry the title and ad that the theptoc theplot
plot csarfec out an n advanced Moa Ide lamelodrama in inmelodrama
melodrama The cast to t a strong 8 ODIIt ODIItn4 one oneand n nand
and n4 if beaded hea Ied by Mia Cormne Seal SnellCELEBRATES SDeIICEJJEBRATES SealCELEBRATES
CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARYWit ANNIVERSARY
Wit AD a elaborate must musieal nd liter literary flierary ¬
ary 17 program Motional tioaal Protecwve Prot a e Homo HomoCircle HomeCde Hornscheck
Circle No CM celebrated Hs It third an anahrenwy annivenary D DJIITVY
ahrenwy to Washington Hall last lastnib Jutnlgtrt lastnight
nib night T H Franklin presided at the theea then
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R N WILLIAMS FUNERAL FUNERALTOMORROW FUNERALTOMOHROW FUNERALTOMORROW
TOMORROW IN FRISCO FRISCOFmwral FRISCOrvIces FRISCOIIaaeral
Fmwral services rvIces for Robert N Wfl Wilbaau WflTtams W11brotbel
Ttams brother brotbel of Gardner F Williams Williamsof
of Washington wbo died In ft Saa Fran Franetaoo Frandoo Frandeco
deco Wednesday will be held in Oak Oakland OakCaI Gaitland ¬
land Cai tomorrow morning morningMr mODlngXr
Mr Williams was sixtyfour years yearsold yeaSold yearsold
old He had been In failing faiUn health healthsince hMJ healthsinge h h1Me
since 1Me biff return from Argentina A nt1D an anti antiCbIM an4Chile < i iChile
Chile where be was a manager luaaa < < er ofwoe of ofluinea c c1UJDea
luinea woe His brother Gardner went wen to tohis toIs tohis
his Is bedside several veral weeks ss ago and will willremain willremain iII iIIrema1D
remain in California until after thefuneral the thefuneral thetuaeraL
funeral funeralMr tuaeraLKr funeralMr
Mr Williams Wams to survived by a widowand widow widowand widowaDd
and six children One of these Me is t Mr MrMartin buss bussMarti IrK IrKKartID
Martin Ttcfcbiom a newspaper M antis artietwbo Artl Artlwho antiswbo
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Kate Carew
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played a mighty and memorable part in the war for Independence To Tothis Tothis
this very hour we depend d pend upon our great iron battle ships now afloat upon
the Pacific and the strong men who handle chern chemto to giveores give force poWer and
respect to our national spoken word We have just started st rted to fight fightshouted fightshouted fightshouted
shouted Paul Jones when in command of a sinking ship to an offerof offerofsurrender offer of ofsurrenderthese ofsurrenderthese
surrender surrenderthese these immortal words from the founder of our navy
voice voice forevermore the unconquerable spirit that inspires all true American Americanseamen Americanseamenevery Americanseamenevery
seamen seamenevery every man of whom horn enjoys pure malt beer beereven even as their fathers
did in the days of Paul Jones and for countless generations before beforeThe beforeBudweiser beforeBudweiser
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