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IV In his Howard University Univer8i y speech speechWednesday 8pleChYedncsda speechVedncaday
Wednesday Yedncsda night President Taft made madeseveral madesenra1 madesevira1
several optimistic optui stic statements regarding regardingtho R rdillg rdillgtho
tho negro problem which are particular particularly p rticular rticularJ ¬
ly J interesting because of the present presenttrouble presenttroublb presenttroubit
trouble on the Georgia railroad mil rood The ThePresident Thelresident Thelresident
lresident said that never before JUtS liasthe JUtSt hasthe
the t he future of the negro n seemed so sol sollright sobright
l bright ri ht so hopeful Conditions in the theNouth theouth theSouth
South are more favorable to the negro negrothan n ncro ncrothan ro rothan
than they ever have been Southerners Southernersof
of the better ekes arc coming to re regard rerarc regard ¬
gard the negro n o as one of their most DU6taluable mostvaluable mostvaluable
valuable assets Of course cours8 much de depends delunds deliends ¬
pends upon the industry a wd d persever perseverance porsooranca persevorauce ¬
ance of Oft11 the th colored man himself He Hecan Heum Hetan
can make himself valued Iued if he takes takesvise takOl51 takOl51wise takeswise
wise advantage of his opportunity
Thus argued Mr Taft TaftA TaftA
A week ago the Presidents speech speechwould sJoeebwould speechwould
would have been taken as a matter matterof
of course A week ago there was no noquarrel noquarrel noquarrel
quarrel over the colored men employed employedn
un n the Georgia Goor a railroad Negro firemen firemenLave firemenJaaye firemenbave
Lave been working for years on the theSouthern thetouthem thetSouthern
Southern roads roadsBut roadsBut roadsBut
But sinoe the Georgia Geo strike began beganthe begtU1the bean beanthe
the negro question has b been ea twed to togather togatlu togather
gather > r sympathy for the strikers It Itlias ItlIas ItJigs
lias beengiven been given out thai the strike strikecluo is isduo isduo
duo to the discharge W of some white whitemen wHitemen 41sitemen
men and the appointment of colored coloredmen color coior6clmen d dmen
men in their places It is generally l > be believed bejeM bihieved ¬
lieved says Ii a dispatch from Atlanta Atlantathat Atlantatbat AtIazttathttt
that if the firemen win this strike the themovement tltenlOment themovement
movement will grow ow into a demand for forthe foethe
the 1 he elimination of negro 1l firemen reinen on all allthe Allthe allthe
the Southern railroads railroadsAt
At t any an rate the situation in Georgia Georgiafurnishes Georgiafumi8b Georgiafamishes
furnishes a rough idea of the difficul difficulties difftcuties difflcuties ¬
ties surrounding 8urro1U1din the progress pro of a race racetoward racetoward ce cetoward
toward the best things that civiliza civilizaiion ciTiJifAi civilleatirni
iion i ion affords No doubt tho President Presidentspeaks Presidentpeaks Presidentipeaks
speaks with authority when he says saysthat saysthat IS IS1hat
that the hotter dement among the theSouthern thetoutllenl thetouthieni
Southern white people eei1e are inclined to toregard toregard toregard
regard the negro n as an 11 asset a sctBut But it is kclear isdear isclear
clear that wide difference di ercnee of opinion opinionmay opinionmar opinionmay
may and does prevail in the South as asto uto asto
to tIe proper means of developing and andrealizing anet1ealizing andrealizing
realizing upon that asset
The budding scandal sc n4i of the Senates Senatesrote SenatEisTote Senatesrote
rote to retain the Sugar trusts joker jokerin j kOl kOlin
in the Sugar trust schedule of olUle olUletariff the thetariff thetariff
tariff threatens thr t ns yet to burst into in to full fullblossom funblossom MIblossom
blossom Unwilling to accept one de defeat defeat defeat ¬
feat as final n i the friends of the sugar sugarconsumer sugarconsumer sugarS
S consumer as well as the true friends friendsof friendspf friendsof
of the American sugar producing inter interest intercst interest ¬
est have announced that when this thisschedule thischcdule thisschedule
schedule is reached reayed on the consideration considerationof oo eid ration rationof
of the tariff bill in the Senate S they theywill t1leywill theywill
will make another fight ght t far elimination eliminationof
of the iniquitous Mid dishonest Dutch Dutchcolor Dutchcolor Dutchcolor
color standard standardThere stand standardThere rd rdThere
There is one difficulty about continu continuing continuing continaijig ¬
ing to vote for te Sugar trust Th Thcountry The Thecountry TIcountry
country understands now for or the first firsttime 11rattime firsttime
time the point to this business TheNewspapers The TIleew5ppeIS TI TInewspapers
Newspapers have already alrc y been full of ofthe orthe oCthe
the exposition of the fact that tha t the theDutch theDutch theDutch
Dutch standard of color is the real realprotection realprotection realprotection
protection of the trust This was wasnever wasliever U Ullecr
never before made plain n until this thisyear tltlicar thu thuvear
year vear car The real inwardness jJlf tbt8S of this thisschedule thisEehoduJe thisschedule
schedule ben been befogggl bt and be bemuddled bemuddled homuddled
muddled until everybody who wanted wantedhonest wantedhoneat wantedhonest
honest revision managed to miss uis the thepoint tJaepoint thepoint
point pointBut 1 f
But it is iaiiuw nt JlUW > w clear ae day No nuut nuutcan DllWtcan rnsican
can vote for the Sugar trust graft ex except except e ecept ¬
cept with the t o sure ulWle usdidig undemtn4i j g that thatthe t1latthe thatthe
the country will know that ho h 0 knew knewwhat bewwhat knewwhat
what he was doing The Issue eaue is mad IIUlde IIUldeThere madeThere a aThere
There is no escaping from it Themoat The Themost Themost
most iniquitous thing t in the whole wholetariff wholetarii hole holet4rifl
tariff Jaw solemnly declared Senator SenatorClay SftorClay SenatorClay
Clay and he I was right For if Con Congress Con7N Coagross ¬
gross 7N a will stand up to the rack and andvitu andith andwith
with ith demonstration before ore it still tin per persist persist perMat ¬
sist in voting for another deemde of oftaxing ofta ofta2Jng
taxing ta ng the peoplo la order to pour fifty fiftyor
or sixty million of profits pro into the thefcugar thebugar thelugar
fcugar trust coffers otr then indeed d are arewe Mep are4P
we p come to a fine pt in our national nationalmorals a ustiousimorals iionI1 iionI1moral6
morals moralsThe moral6The moralsThe
The record mode on this sugar r fight fightis
is i going goj to the country eoUt It will be begraphically beraphkall begraphkiIy
graphically set forth in the newspapers newspapersand >
and the magazines No Senators eon constituents eont eontitueiits ¬
stituents t tuenu will be permitted to overlook overlookthe Oetlookthe overlookthe
the full significant 8igQiat el ovary < yvete vote out oaoton outn
on n this proposition This i ia30in is going to tobe tobe tobe
be a bad time to do a HfrleJldl friendly turn turnfor Wtllfor turnfor
for Aldrich and 1td then try to sneak sneakaway ca sneakaway
away a wa v behind the cloak elo k of a dishonest dishonestclaim dillkonllJtdai dishoiiestclaim
claim dai l that > it might hurt the beet beetsugar beetugar beetsugar
sugar fattone torie in my State There Thereisnt rheremt flierisnt
isnt mt going n to be any room for that thatsort thatOrt thatsort
sort > of apologies igie The people JK OJJe > are going goingto goingto
to know kno jut what hat it is all about and andIIMV andbJ andbjw
IIMV bJ aihUoiiest is i is any all 11 such excuse excuseIt CXCI1SPIt xCUSPIt
It is j indewi > 1 a rh hrtu1 r n1 claim rls im of ofj
standing by the beet sugar makers makerswhich makerswhidl makersnhiicht
which Senators will have to offer who whovote WJIOote whovote
vote ote to let in vast and increasing increasingamounts increasil1gamounts increasingamounts
amounts of raw raw sugar either free or at atreduced Atredueed atreduced
reduced duties for the trust to refine refineand refineRnd relIneand
and then sell at prices based on a duty dutyof IIut IIutof
of 190 on refined rt ned sugar In a few fewmore f fmore fewmore
more years Cuba Iorto Rico the Ha Hawaiian Hawaiian Hawaiian ¬
waiian and Philippine Islands will be besending besending besending
sending so much sugar here that none noneof Donoof noneof
of the imports will pay pa full duty Porto Portollieo lortoUioo PorteRico
Rico and Hawaii already send in their theirsugar theirsugar theirsugar
sugar free the Philippines are to be begiven hogiyen begiven
given free entry Cuba gets a conces concession conccssion coucossion ¬
sion on its duty and they all send sendtheir sendtheir sendtheir
their sugar 5Ugtlt to the trust refineries The Thetrust Thetrus1 Thetrusb
trust has 196 protection now and and1JO andUJO and1Jo
1JO under the Senate bill the beet beetsugar beetsugar beetsugar
sugar man has only onl about aho t 1 protec protection protection proteclion ¬
tion because of the immense amount amountof
of coneession or free sugar that comes comesin comesin comesin
in The trust is left with the power powerto powr powrto
to squeeze the life out of the beet sugar sugarproducer sugar sugarproducer sugarhro
producer hro < uesr singly or en masse That is isthe isthe isthe
the sort of protection the beet industry industrywill industr industrwill industryvill
will get if the Sugar trust schedule schedulegoes schedulegocs schedulegoes
goes through throughThe throughrho throughrho
rho men who arc letting in another
300000 tons of free sugar from the thePhilippines thePbiJippmes thePhilippines
Philippines will have to tQC teplain > revplam rlain to the thebeet thebeet thebeet
beet sugar makers how that helps It Itmay Itmay Itmay
may be proper to give this benefit to tothe tothe tothe
the archipelago but it certainly certainl isnt isntprotecting isntprotecting isntprotecting
protecting the t1 home sugar makers makersWhy makersT1Jy makersWhy
Why T1Jy not be honest about the thing thingThere thingThere thingThere
There has generally been some sort sortof sortof sortof
of scandal about the making of sugar sugarschedules sugar5ehedulcs sugarschedules
schedules There will be one about this thisone tllisone thisone
one if the Finance Committee C mmittec is allow allowed allowed allowed ¬
ed to have its wav way It cant be gloss ¬
ed over and hidden and confused confusednot confusednotthis not notthis
this time The cat is out of the bag bagand bagand bagand
and Che brand of SUGAR will be on onthe onthe onthe
the men who try to fool their people peoplewith peoplewit1l peoplewith
with the plea of protecting the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can producer They cant get away awaywith awaywith awaywith
with it this year yearNow yearNowis car
Now 10 Nowis is 3 the time for gentlemen to totake totako totake
take warning 1ni1ng They will have op opportunity Opeportunit opportunity ¬
portunity to think it over and decide decidowhether dccidowhotllCr decidewhether
whether they tho want to be labeled as asSugar asSugar asSugar
Sugar trust statesmen If they dont dontwant dontwant dontwant
want to be so labeled they the will have haveto 1tAvoto haveto
to vote ote to remove the vicious iniqui iniquitous iniquitous iniqultous ¬
tous obsolete and cxcineless Dutch Dutchstandard Dutclls Dutchstandard
s standard of color from the law lawWHEN JawVHEN lawWHEN
Some deliberate misunderstanding mi5under5ta ing of ofthe oft1Je ofthe
the motive of the great East African Africanjungle Africanjungle Africanjungle
jungle hunt would appear from reading readingof
of certain contemporaneous news items itemsIt itemsIt itemsit
It was not by mere chance c1u ee we take takeit takeit takeit
it that an interviewer came xacroas xacroasDr aerosgDr aerossDr
Dr William J Long one of the chartermembers charter eJuUtermCI chartermembers
members mCI of the Nature Fake Club and andprevailed andprcvaihxl andprevailed
prevailed upon him ll m to say that tho thomighty thonti themighty
mighty nti t nimrod now no in liveliest 1ivc iC8t Africa Africais
is ls a game butcher pure and simple simpleIt
It was not through sheer innocence innocenceor innoo nce nceor
or ignorance we venture to assume assumethat assume assumethat assumethat
that the humanitarians in convention conventionassembled tOnvcntiona conventionamembled
assembled a cmbled at Ualamazoo a fine name nameby nameb nameby
by b the way wa which would appeal ppe l to tothe tothe tothe
the fancy fan J y of any dusky African chief chiefrejected clticlrejected chiefrejected
rejected by an overwhelming majority majoritya
a resolution thanking the former Pr PrftSi PrftSident Prasident si sident
dent for his Iis aid in protecting Michi Michigan Miehigail Ii81tigan ¬
gan birdsH birds They The could not seriously seriouslyhave scrioU8J scrioU8Jhave seriouslyhave
have offered as an excuse excuse for this act actI actthat actthat
I that the subject of the resolution was wasat wuat wasat
at present engaged cng god in killing wild wiWanimate wild1Inhna16 wi1dnimals
animate in Africa Such a Italftruth lH ftmt
smells of rank n
The facts of the expedition are so sowell sowell
well 011 known that misinterpretation misinterpretationshould sn snsbo4ild
should be discountenanced discountcn nocd The chief chiefof ehieCof chiefof
of the expedition eq dition is a celebrated Qeeb ted faunal faunalexpert fatUlalcCpert faunalexpert
expert who la i studying wild animals animalsin S Sin
in their tJloirnRtie native lairs and incidentally ineidenta1fyprocuring incidentallyprocuring incidentallyprocuring
procuring specimens for the Smithson Smithsonian ¬
ian Institution So far he has been so sosuccessful Sauecessfnl sosuccessful
successful as to bag specimens of such suchrarities sucbrarities suchrarities
rarities as the lion the antelope the thegiraffe tbegiraffe timegiraffe
giraffe the yidldueost ldbecst commonly commonlyknown commonIJknown commonlyknown
known as the gnu the hippopotamus hippopotamusand
and 00 other strange creatures seen as a arule arule arule
rule pnly in the circus It is not right rightthat rigidt1ULt rightthat
that a circus circus should be better equip equipped equipped equippod ¬
ped than the Smithsonin Institution InstitutionThe IltStitutionTIle InstitutionThe
The excursion has been very swocesa swocesaful uocessul
ful ul at least we judge so from the re report report report ¬
port that the naturalist of the ex expedition expedition cxpedition ¬
pedition who of course are simply simplythe simplyUte simplythe
the assistants of the leading scientists
of the party have collected two py pythons pythons pythems ¬
thons and 400cdd birds and mammals mammalsWhen mllnuna1sVllen manminalshen
When hen the circus has disappeared disappearedfrom disttppe rcd rcdfrom
from the face of the earth visitors to tothe tothe tothe
the museum in Washington Va l1ington will thank thankthe thanktke thankthe
the dauntless hunter J ntor for the sure eye eyeand cJeaM eyeand
and steady hand ho showed in th thjungle tJujun the thejungle
jungle jungleThere jun jungleThero e
There is one thins about this political politicalunrest MtUt1ealunrest pohlUcalunrest
unrest In Cuba which the American con consumer conume conmmmcc ¬
sumer mmmcc ume must look upon with equanimity equanimityIf
If Cuba Anally has hsto to be taken Into the theUnited theUnUed theUnited
United States it its sugar wM come herd herddoty her4ut hersduty
duty 4ut free In any stage of rawness I WJlea or orrefinement orreAnemeat orrenement
refinement and the Hood of o it will help helpsmash helpthe helpmsk
smash the Sugar trust trustLt truatLet trustLet
Let it t not be lightly lI Uy overlooked that thatthe thatUte thatthe
the mixture of o labor hor and race problems problemsJn problemn
Jn 1 n thi this Georgia G6 rpa strike surely urel presajfM presajfMon prM ffM ffMOlhf
on one of the most difficult dlf cult and complex complexoctal cox coxIIOCII complexsocial
octal situations l that this nation must mustface mtrace mustfacs
face in the future futureA
A physician has discovered that pea peanut peanut peanut ¬
nut oil will prevent old age e May Ma h hrxht bot botrlPt bergb
rxht but our observation ob ervaUott of how howpeanut howut howpesnut
peanut ut statesmanship has brought br ht wrin wrinkle wrtlkIee wrlnIdes ¬
kle Ides and old age g6 up UII91 n this tariff t rlft mean measure meaaure meanUT ¬
UT ure leads to some uncertainties uncertaintiesToe uneertalnt1cToe
Toe Baltimore Sun is I right The Themonument TheJIIOUlRt Themostemeat
monument to Grover Cleveland should shouldbe ahouldbe
be a national monument ami should be belocated beJoeated belocated
located In the National City Washing Washington Wa WaUNt Vashngton ¬
ton Moreover it ought to be built bufltsoon built1iOOft builtsoon
soon soonArmed 1iOOftArmed soonArmed
Armed and masked IDluilk d man held > up a acountry 11country acountry
country sank In Illinois JUI in bread ro d day dayHgfcC dA1trJtt daylight
light took ok the money and escaped oeandThats escapedThats 11 11That
Thats nothing tbt a lot of politicians p Ut cltut held heldup heldup heldup
up toe Lb Illinois I egWaiure Le and got away awaywith awaTwith awaywith
with a Senatorahtp while the theState 8 whola wholaState wholState
State was wa looking on and threatening threateningto <
to t do something Utnc about it itIda nIda Itida
Ida 2rf Tarbells views about Pitta Pittaburg Pltubl Pittsbtrg
burg bl r and Hit tariff sound almost as bad bada badal badas
al a the recent uplift report on moral moralrnnriitfniift moralontJiHonPi moralon4ItlomlN
rnnriitfniift in the > Smeky City Cit
Five years of progress In the way wa of ofhealth 01hea1th ofheaflh
health and sanitation on the canal zone zoneare zoneart zonearc
are described de fully tYll by the Isthmian IsthmianCanniv IsthmlatCanni IstlimlanCannI
Canniv CannI Commission In a report just is issued Is Issued issued ¬
sued The account shows that marvels marvelshave marvelshave marvelshave
have been achieved in a hygienic and andsanitary andsanitary andsanitary
sanitary way Since May 4 1901 the theachievements theachlevementa theachievements
achievements in this direction on the thecanal tl1 tl1canal timecanal
canal zone have bean undoubtedly undoubtedlygreater undoubtedl undoubtedlreater undoubtedlygreater
greater reater than any an other country has to toits toitS toitB
its credit Col w Yo C Gorgas and his hsaides hisalde hisskies
aides experts on sanitation from the tharniy thltam thearmy
army am and navy have grappled with and andmastered andmastered andmastered
mastered a problem that in some re respects respects rcspocts ¬
spects is as great as the construction of ofthe orthe ofthe
the canal Itself ItselfAs ltseiLAs t tAs
As described d rlbcd in the th report of the com commission COIrmlselon cornmission ¬
mission the public pu ilo health work worltlJlls las in included Ineluded ¬
cluded three branches peculiar to the thetropics thetropics thetropics
tropics the eradication of yellow ellow fever fevercontrolins teccontrollng fevercontrolimig
controlins malaria and by means rof rofrigid of ofrlld ofrigid
rigid quarantine keeping the isthmus isthmusfree IsthmuSfree Istlimnosfree
free from bubonic plague yellow fever fevercholera fevorthiolera eor eordlolera
cholera and smallposl smallposlMosquitoes small smal1po smal1poMbsquitoes po poMosquitoes
Mosquitoes Carry Germs GermsAs
As to yellow fever and malaria the thegerms theserms thegerms
germs of these diseases are car carried carried carned ¬
ried by b mosquitoes and when the Amer Americans AmerIca1s Amerleans ¬
leans took hold of the th canal it wasfound wasfound was wasfound
found the conditions in the cities of ofPanama otPanama ofPanama
Panama and Colon and in the th canal canali canalme canalnone
i none me villages vUl ges were favorable to the thebreeding thebreedtnG thebreedIng
breeding of mosquitoes Stagnant St gnant water waterstood waterstood waterstood
stood in streets str ets and yards ards water for forhome torhome forhome
home use was beddled front house to tohouse t thOUH tohouse
house and was kept in barrels and andother andother andother
other containers underbrush was allow allowed allowed allowed ¬
ed to grow unchecked and there was
The Te8ppof appointment tniQnt of the th Rev Rc George GeorgeS
S Sax S Settan ton of ofHouston Houston Tex as assist assistant assistant ¬
ant secretary of the board of church churchextension churchextension claurehextension
extension of the Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch
Church South means that work will willnow willnow willnew
now begin to raise SSOOOOO OOOOG for the erec erection erection erection ¬
tion of s great cathedralchurch of ofMethodism orIetJ1odlsm ofMethodism
Methodism In Washington Dr Sexton Sextonwas Sextonwas Sextonwas
was named t the assistant secretary secretaryship secretaryship secretaryship ¬
ship by the board at its meeting in inMemphis 1 11tlemphls IttMemphl
Memphis a few days ago and was wasselected ws8foCted wasseiected
selected for the tb special purpose of lead leading leadIng loadlug ¬
ing the Washington Wa church enterprise enterpriseHe
He will visit every eved city in the South in inthe Inthe Inthe
the Interest of this cause causeAt causeAt causeAt
At the t e Jast general conference In InBirmingham InBtrmlnsnam InBirmingham
Birmingham In 106 It was decided that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the erection of a suitable church In the theNational theNational theNational
National Capital should be made an anundertaking anundertaking anundertaking
undertaking of the the whole of Southern SouthernMethodism SouthernMethodism SouthernMethodism
Methodism but circumstances have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been such that it has not been advan advantageous advanOOU5 advantaeous ¬
tageous OOU5 to begin tho movement until untilnow untilno untilnow
now no With a man actively nctlcl in the field fieldit floldit fieldIt
it ii expected e pecte 1 that the desired daslr d amount amountof
of money mon ard even more will be beraised beraised beraised
raised within a few months and before beforethis bcto bctotb beforcth
this tb end of this year Dr Sexton ox oxjttcte oxpeeta e ejects
jttcte to see e ground broken for the th mag magnificent masnlfteent magnhlleent ¬
nificent edifice to be built at Manna Massachusetts Mu8lIchuaetts Mannathusotta ¬
chusetts avenue and K street facing facln faclnMt
Mt Vernon Square SquareThe S ruareThe SquareThe
The man who has been be n selected for
About bet a weak ago Senator Hale pre pres pr prled preseated
s seated nted led an order derlnhle iir ft his capacity as asfather asiathcr
father to the Senate providing for fornight forntsht fornight
night setMnns na to close at ji 11 oclock oclockHe oclockHe ocickHe
He did not ft t heir a k Immediate action on it itbut 1tI itbut
but it was 1t expected that the elders eliterswould elderswould elderswould
would insist upon such action without withoutmore 11thoutmore Ivithoutmore
more than a day or two delay delayThe dela delarhe delayThe
The order however has never come comeup comeup comeup
up for consideration and now the story storyhas stor storh storybaa
has h leaked lea ked out as s to what suppressed suppressedit
it It Is an interesting sidelight on the thetariff thetariff thetariff
tariff situation situationIf
If the Hale order had been adopted adoptedthe adoptedthe adoptedthe
the Senate would have begun sessions sessionsat ossfonsat
at 11 oclock sat till 5 resumed S and andContinued amlOORtinued andtoofltinued
Continued grinding xrln lng till 11 When hen the theproposal thepropoa1 theproposal
proposal was wa brought forward the in insurgent Insurgent insargent ¬
surgent Republicans and Democrats Democratsreeosniz Democratsreco2lzed Democratsrecognized
recognized d It ag s part of the plan lo lochoke Lochoke tochoke
choke oJt their conversation to deprive deprivethm deprivEth deprivethem
them th m of the night hours for work or orthe orthe orthe
the bill and to force an early oarl issue issueMost 18 IssueMost ue ueMOIIt
Most of them work the bettor part of ofthe oCthf ofthe
the night with exports and specialists specialistsbooks apoclall specialistsbooks Us Usbook
books and Jlcl stenographers loading up for torth fortheir or ortheir
their th lr flghtg of the next day Deprived Deprivedof
of the privilege of night work they
no general enera1 understanding under tandln among the in inhabitants inhabitants inhabitants ¬
habitants that the breading bree ln of mosqui mosquitoes mOIQulto mosqultoes ¬
toes to was 8 a menace to health healthTho healthThe healthTime
The record of live years shows that thatIn thatn thatIn
In n the face of this situation and with withyellow withyellow withyellow
yellow fever seizing seizin hold of the new newarrivals newarrivals newarrivals
arrivals as early as July Jul 1901 the dis disease diseBse digease ¬
ease was stamped out ou by December il 111I1fi it it1io6
1006 with 134 31 cases and 31 deaths among
the Commission employes and 216 cases casesand casesand casesand
and M 4 i deaths In all The disease was wasconfined wasonflned wasonfined
confined to the cities of Panama am antColon amColon amColon
Colon It was fought by preventing tht theintroduction thtIntroduction thtIntroduction
introduction of more cases from other othercountries othttcountries othercountries
countries and by war on mosquitoes mosquitoesby
by keeping k eplno patients in screened rooms roomsand roomsand roomsand
and by like methods After a year the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people had been taught to assist in the thedestruction thedestruction thedestruction
destruction of the th mosquito mosquitoMalaria
Malaria conditions were werb extremely
bad when the Americans took hold oi oithe orthe 0 0the
the situation Mosquitoes wfere w uere re found foundIn
In large numbers In the buildings and andwards andwards andwards
wards at Ancon Hospital and the con conditions conditions conditlons ¬
ditions there wore typical typicalTo tplcalTo typicalTo
To Prevent Malaria MalariaThe MalariaThe MalariaThe
The ponnanent work for the preen prevention pre preentioim < tn tntlOJI ¬
tion of malaria will be practically ac accomplished acompllshed a aOmplished ¬
complished In a year though certain certainroutine lertatnroutine certainroutine
routine work as oiling pools cutting cuttingbrush cuttingbrush cuttingbrush
brush and and the like must go on indefin indefinitely indefinitol IndeuinItely ¬
itely itol The rate per thousand of persons personshaving pErfOnShavlng pernonshaving
having malaria is steadily being re reduced rEduced reduced ¬
duced In 1906 it was as high hl lr as S21 S21per 821p 121per
per p r thousand thou and In 1908 it was 282 282Only 2S2Only 282Only
Only two cases of bubonic plague plaguehave plaguthaedoveloped plaguehave
have haedoveloped developed on tins Isthmus since sinceAmerican sinceAmerk sinceAmericas
American Amerk n occupation occupationIt
It 1C shown that the sick rate on the thecanal thecanal timecanal
canal zone is dwindling steadily The Theof Thedeath TImedeath
death rate Qa8ed on the total number numberof
of employee and the number of deaths deathsis
is steadily going down It was as high highat highat highat
at 41W in 1806 In 190S 190 it was reducec reducecto
to as low as 1301
this important post Iras Im ita already made madegreat madegreat madegreat
great success as a church builder and andthe andthe andthe
the board considered him tire most mostavailable mostlblc mostavailable
available lblc for the work in the entire entireSouthern entireSouthorn entireSouthern
Southern Methodist connection He H has hasjust hasJust hasjust
just finished a magnificent church churchbuilding churchhulldlng churchluildlng
building in Houston going there four fouryears tourears fouryears
years ears ago by the appointment of or Bishop BishopKey Bishopey BishopKey
Key ey to organize a new Methodist con congregation congregation congregatlon ¬
gregation in an exclusive residence r sec section section seelion ¬
tion of the city cityHe clt cltHe cityHe
He organized with a few members and andImmediately andImmedlatel andImmediately
Immediately began to plan for a build building building buildlug ¬
ing holding services temporarily in a ahall ahaU aball
hall and later In a frame chapel erected erectedfor effmtcdfor erectedfor
for the purpose He interested some soniewealthy flomewealthy somewealthy
wealthy Methodists In his scheme to tobuild tobuild tobuild
build a Methodist temple of pure Greek Greekarchitecture Groekarchitecture Greekarchitecture
architecture and today a little less lessthan lessthan lessthan
than four years since he went to toHouston toHouston toHouston I
Houston there stands there as the thosuIt re result iesuIt ¬
suIt of his labor a magnificent edifice edificebuilt edificebuilt ltlce ltlcebuilt
built In classic style completely equip equipped equipped equipped ¬
ped It cost as it stands today 200000 200000and OOOOOand 500000and
and Is the costliest c08tucstchurch church home h mc the theMethodists theIethodlsts theMethodists
Methodists have in the South SouthSunday SouthSunday SouthSunday
Sunday night May 23 a great union unionservice unionservice unionservice
service of o the Houston churches was washeld washeld washold
held In St Pauls to bid Dr Sexton Sextongodspeed Sextongodspeed Sextongodspeod 1
godspeed godspeedHe
He goes from Houston to Mineral MineralWells Mineralrells MineralWells
Wells rells Monday for a ten days da 8 rest and andthen andthon andthen
then will come om to Washington to confer conferwith conferwith conferwith
with the localcommittee local oomwJttee of Mt t Vernon VornonChurch VernonChurch VernonChurch
woukl be in no shape to c continue nfjnue the thecontest thecontest
contest effeeUely effeeU eI eIBut uiy
But on talking the matter over the
Insurgents decided thai they th y could play
that game as well as another They Theyall lheyall Theyall
all went in for the night session idea ideaJust IdeaJust IdeaJust
Just what we want lets hurry It Italong Italonr Italong
along and Jet away awa they all said saidwhen saidwhen saidwhen
when the Aldrich whip came around to tofeel toCael tofeel
feel them out next day concerning the theThis thEorder thaorder
order There was a perfect unanimity i
This very unanimity gave pa pase se to tothe tothe tothe
the elders They thought it itovor over and andthey andthey i ithey
they discovered that maybe it would be beas beas 1 1as
as well not to force an issue is ue They Theycould Theycould i icould
could muster the votes to carry the thenight thenight thenight
night session se order but they suddenly
doubted whether they would want tlnt them themWe themVe themWe
We Ve had em em on the night session sessionpublican 808810nbusIDese sessionbustne
busIDese exrlaJnetl explained an Insurgent Ro Itopublican i ipublican
publican We e had a combination to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet that situation f Our boys would all allhave allhave allhave
have been here day and night and andthey andthe aridthey
they the couldnt have held theirs We Wecan Wecan V Vcan
can Bit around the cloak rooms and andsmoke anasmokeanet anJsmoke
smoke smokeanet and tell stories 8torl 8 as comfortably comfortablyas
as nybody else can and andsome some of these thesedignified thcaedIgnified thesedignified
dignified fathers would be dropping out outIn outIII outkm
In disgust and discouragement dl from fromtime fromtime fromtime
time to time with the result that we wewpuld wewQuld wewuId
wpuld have be been n turning turnln up with Ute Uienecessary Utene theneessary
necessary ne C8 8IY majority to do business businessTh buslnossTher businessThey
Th They y got wise 1 e to the fact that we were wereready weroready wereready
ready for night sessions 8eu1oniand and so they theydropped theyropped theydropped
dropped it
Milton and Sargent Aborn directors directorsof
of the various Aborn Opera Compa Companies Companl68 Companba ¬
nies have just accepted from Robert RobertHarold RobertHarold RobertHarold
Harold May a Washington boy his new newsong new8Qng newsong
song entitled Dreams of You which whichhas whlohlu whichhas
has never been published and the themanuscrint thomltlJuscrint themarnmcnint
manuscrint of which has but recently recentlybeen recentlybeen
been submitted The Aborns are to tohave tohave tohave
J have the th song interpolate d In AChi AChinese A Chi Chinella Chinose ¬
nose Honeymoon their production here herenext hereext herenext
next ext week It will b be rendered by byForrest b bI byForrest
I Forrest Huff the handsome and popu popular POPIllar poptili ¬
lar baritone
Mr IrMay May Is known to a host of ofWashington otVashlngton ofWashIngton
Washington friends as Cotton and Is Isprominent Isprominent Isprominent
prominent in musical and newspaper newspapercircles newspaperclrcle newspapercircles
circles He resides rosheswtth with his parents parentsMr parentsMr parentsMr
Mr and Mrs Heber J J May at 1919 S Sstreet Sstreet Sstreet
street northwest t Mr Mays brother brotherHunJngton brotherHunjn brotherHunington
HunJngton Hunjn ton was a member of the theAborn theAborn theAborn
Aborn Opera Company here last sum summer summer summer ¬
mer and Is now travelingin vaudeville vaudevilleIn
In a sketch called The Patriot PatriotPOPULARITYi PatrlotPOPULARITY PatriotPOPULARJTYj
TlrOtR fFrot UM BalUMMMW BB BaltIss News NewsDefects X5Defeets NewsDefects
Defects In the th city charter which whichmilitate whichmtUtato whichmilitate
militate seriously s against good govern government governmeat ¬
meat have long suggested a revision of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that instrument The charter was a atiling aU athing
tiling U ng of compromises when It was wasadopted wafadopted wasadopted >
adopted and though it was a great im improvement 1mprovcment improvemont ¬
provement on the organic law of the thecity thecity thecity i
city which It succeeded it happened happenedto
to be drafted at a time when opinion opinionin
in this countrywas c untry waa in lax a nebulous con condition condition ¬
dition as to what authority the mayor mayorshould mayorshould mayorshould
should be given and how howmllch much should shouldbe shouldbe
be left eUtth with the council arid various variousheads variousbeads oarlousheads i
heads of departments In consequence consequencehere cons consequencehere quence
here and elsewhere It was w necessary to tocompromise tocompromise
compromise diverse views and blun blundersNvcre blurtderswero
dersNvcre derswero made madeSince madeSince madeSince
Since the adoption of our charter charterthere charterthere charterthere
there has been steady growth in the thebelief thebelief
belief that the > plan largely followed followedin
in American cities of giving a city citybicameral citybicameral
bicameral l chambers a mayor a num number nuinher ¬
her of heads of department and then thentapping thenwpplng thentppthg
tapping these off with boards for this thisthat thisthat thisthat
that and the other duty is a great greatmistake greatmistake greatmistake
mistake The belief in the commis commission commission commisaba ¬
sion form of governnfent Yernn ent has steadily steadilystrengthened steadilystrenthened steadilystrengthened
strengthened Many modern city char charters charters charters ¬
ters eliminate eltml ate the council altogether altogetherIn
In the We West t the demand for doing away awaywith awaywlththe awaywiththe
with wlththe the council Is widespceadf k1eapceadIn In any anydiscussion anydl8Cua anydiscussion
discussion dl8Cua lon of a new charter for Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baitimore ¬
more of course attention will first be bedirected belIrected bedirected
directed to this feature and thorough thoroughstudy thorouhstudy thoroughstudy
study will be betven given to what other cities citieshave ciUeshave citieshave
have done and are doing doingBut doingBut doingBut
But while a new charter is needed neededit necdcIt
it ought net to be aawned that good gooclgovernment gooe gooeroernment goodgovernment
government cannot be had with the thepresent th thpresent thepresent
present present one The truth is that under underthis underI underthis
I this charter the mayor can be pretty prettymuch prettymuch prettymuch
much what he wishes to be and do dopretty dopretty dopretty
pretty much what he wishes to do as aswas aswas anwas
was shown sbo n by Mayor Hayes who was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the first to take office under It it There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was no complaint during his term of ofoffice ofofftce ofofiice
office of lack of authority in the mayor mayoror
or of division dlvl n of responsibility r 8lbmt Mr MrHayes 111Hoyes itlrHayes
Hayes took hold of f tht situation with witha
a firm hand and there was never the theslightest thosll theslightest
sll slightest bte8t doubt as to who was running
the administration
Dear Friends FriendsShall FriendsShall FriendsShall
Shall the ie children of Washington be provided with playgrounds this summer summerCongress sumner1 sumner1Congress I ICongress
Congress again failed to appropriate funds for this purpose purposeThe purposef I IThe
The aggregate attendance at the thirteen municipal playgrounds during the sea season season sea80fl ¬
son of 1908 was 223207 or kn average attendance of 3720 per day Shall this good goodwork goodwork goodworko
work worko go o on onAt onAt I IAt
At a recent meeting of the board of directors the executive committee onln ttee was directed directed di directed ¬
rected to proceed with the necessary preliminary arrangements to open the iDlaygrounds play playgrouuds playgrounds
grounds at the usual time notwithstanding the fact that the he treasury is practically practicallydepleted practicallydepleted practicallydepleted
depleted depletedThis This action was based upon a conviction of a cl clear r duty to the child and to the theWashington theVnshington theWashthgton
Washington public It was believed that you would be more willing than ever to do doyour doyour doyour
your part in this emergency and contribute liberally to the support of the work for forthis forthis forthis
this season seasonSeven seasonSeven seasonSeven
Seven thousand dollars is needed to maintain the Municipal Playgrounds on onan onan onan
an efficient and satisfactory basis but we should have a wider wid r distribution of the thegrounds t tgroundsthe tgroundstue
grounds groundsthe the northwest nort1 west section should have at least five five10000 10000 wont be wasted if ifwe ifWe ifWe
we are UI to do this The school school1laygrounds playgrounds will be directed this season by the Board Boardof BoardofEducation of ofEducation ofEducation
Education EducationWont EducationWont EducationWont
Wont you tip o your our best by sanding a contribution aontribl1 tion on PlO promptly Ptlrwr Mate Q ehacs hQ 1iJ pay payable PWable payalle ¬
able to John BSlernau jr Jr treasurer Bond building buildingVery J JVery I Iwery
Very truly tr ly yours
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Vice President Presidenti
tf rI
1 5 J
Several hundred guests attended the thelast thelast
last of the series of att afternoon rnoon moor rooejtlons r008tlons moortions 1
tlons which Mrs Taft has been holding holdingon
on Friday afternoons in May ay from 6 to i
7 oclock The receptions were intended intendedto
to be garden parties but on account accountof
of bad weather only the second ami amilast an anlast anlast
last were held out of doors The lawn lawnwas lawnwas lawnwas
was particularly beautiful yesterday af afternoon afternoon aftennoon ¬
ternoon and the light colored dresses dressesof
of the women the brilliant uniforms of ofthe orthe ofthe
the diplomats and the redand red and white whiteuniforms whileunlConns whiteuniforms
uniforms of the army and navy officers officersmade officeranade officerslnade
made a pleasing sight slohtThe sightThe
The Marine Band Bapd played lacd during the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon under the south portico to tothe tothe totime
the east side directed by Lieut William WilliamH
H Santlemann SantlemannMrs
Mrs lrs Taft who was unable to receive receiveher receiveher receiveher
her guests last week ook on account of ofIllness orillness ofillness
Illness was also unable yesterday In Inher Inher In1icr
her place was her sister Mrs More Morewho Morewho Iore IoreI
who stood to the left of the President PresidentMrs PresidentIrs PresidentMrs
Mrs Irs More wore a gown of white chiffon chiffoncloth chiffoncloth chiffoncloth
cloth with designs of handpainted pink pinkrose pinkrose pinkrose
rose buds with a large white hat trim trimmed trimmed trimmed ¬
med with pink roses and draped with withpink wltilpink withpink
pink silk Col Spencer Cosby and Cap Captain Captain Captam ¬
tain tam Butt made the presentations to toMrs toMrs toMrs
Mrs More and the President PresidentThe PresldertThe PresidrtThe
The tea table which was adorned adornedith adornedith adornedlth
ith time tJ1rf clusters of otpfr pink k and red redpeonies redI redpeonies
peonies peonl swas was placed under the large largotrees largetrees largetrees
I trees near the outh uth ppriico a little to tothe tothe totime
the west
Among the Guests GuestsAmong GuestsAmong
Among the guests gu sts were the th Vice Ice Presi President Preeldent President ¬
dent and Mrs Sherman the theI1tter latter wear wearin wearIn wear1n
in a becoming be omlng gown of dark blue silk silkwith silkwith silkwith
with a ablack black hat hatThe hatThe hatThe
The Secretary of State ard Mrs 118 Knox Knoxwho Knoxwho Knoxwho
who wore a wistaria pop poplin An gown with withB
a large hat of the same shade shadeThe shadeTJte shadeTime
The Time Secretary of War and Mrs Dick Dickinson DhkInson DickInson ¬
inson Mrrf Dickinson wqre a brown browngown brownsown browngown
gown with a hat to marcb marcbThe maJchThe mamehThe
The Italian Ambassador and Baroness BaronessMayor BaronessUayol BaronessMayor
Mayor des Planches wl Wh3 wore a block blockbroadcloth blaelebroadcloth blackbroadcloth
broadcloth suit with a Jjrge J rge black hat hatThe hatThe hatThe
The Brazilian Ambassador Amba1 l and Mme MmeXabuco MmeNabuco Ime ImeNabuco
Nabuco and Miss Tfabuco abuco Mme Na Nabuco Nabuco Nabuco
buco wore a dark blue satin gown with witha
a large black nat and nd Miss Nabucos Nabucosgown Nabucosgown Nabucosgown
gown was of pale pink silk with a apink apinkhat pinkhat pink pinkhat
hat trimmed with pink roses rosesThe rosesThe rosesThe
The British Ambassador Amb sador and Mrs MrsBryce MrsBryce MrsBryce
Bryce and their house guests Canon Canonand Canonand Canonanti
and Mrs Irs Henderson Mrs Bryce wore worea
a white satin striped chiffon cloth with witha
a white hat and Mm Henderson wore worea
a black chiffon cloth gown trimmed in inThe inblactt inblach
blactt lace laceThe laceThe
The Japanese Ambasador and Baron Baroness Baroness Baronens ¬
ess Takahlra who wre a a handsome handsomegown handsomeg handsomegawri
gown g gawri Wn of London smoke chiffon with a alarge alarge alarge
large hat of the same shade trimmed In Inlong Inlong inlong
long willow plumes plumesThe plumesThe plumeSThe
The Belgian Minister and Baroness BaronessMoncheur BaronessMoncheur BaronessMoncheur
Moncheur who wore a taupe colored coloredsatin coloredsatin coloredsatin
satin gown with a lar lare e black hat hatThe ha1cThe hatThe
The minister from Panama Mr MrArosemena MrArosemna MrArosemena
Arosemena ArosemenaThe ArosemnaThe ArosemenaThe i
The minister from Haiti H Paulus PaulusSannon PaulusSanlon PaulusSanron
Sannon SanlonSetator SanronSefiator SannonSenator i
Senator and < irrs trsTiJlman Tillman and Miss MissLx MIs8lona MissLena
Lx Lena > na Tillman Miss Uss Tillman wore a apongee apongee aperigee
pongee coat suit with a leghorn hat hattrimmed hattrImmed hattrimmed
trimmed with poses posesMrs posesMrs
Mrs Ir Nicholas Longworth in a beauti beautiful beautlful ¬
ful cream chiffon ojoth gown own heavily heavilyembroidered heavilyembroidered heavilyembroidered
embroidered and a black hat mushroom mushroomshape mushroomehape mushroomshape
shape trimmed wjth touches of elefctric elefctricblue elettricblue elettniCblue
blue satin satinIwar satinar satinfl4ar
Iwar ar Admiral and Sirs frs Schley SchleyCommander SchleyCommander SchleyCommander
Commander and lira r William Man Manning Manning Ian Iannlng ¬
ning Irwin and Miss Annie Irwin Mrs MrsIrwin MrsIrwin
Irwin wore wO a light blue silk Ilk gown gownand gownand gownand
and Miss Irwin wor worS a dainty d9lnl white whitebatiste whitebatiste whitebatiste
batiste gown gO n trimmed in Valenciennes Valencienneslace
lace with a white leghorn polk bonnet bonnetfaced bonnetfaced bonnetlaced
faced with pale blue satin satinMrs satinMrs satinMrs
Mrs D P McCartney McCartneyCdmmander IcCartncyCdJnmandor McCartneyCttmmandor
Cdmmander and Mrs W W White Whiteand Whltoand Whiteand
and Miss Louise White Mrs Irs White Whitewore Whitewore Whitewore
wore a blue and white striped gown gownwith gownwith own ownwith
with a large la e black hat and Miss White Whitewore 1Thltewore Whitevore
wore a white batiste dress trimmed with withlace withlace withlace
lace laceIrs
laceMrs Mrs Irs Philip Sheridan Sh ridan Miss Mary Sher Sheridan SherIdanand Shoridan ¬
idan Idanand and the Misses Sheridan Mrs MrsSheridan 1rsSherldait MrsSheridan
Sheridan wore a light blue silk gown gownMiss gownUss gownMiss
Miss Mary Sheridan wore a dark blue blueand blneand blueam
and am white st t riped gown and the Misses MissesSheridan MissesSheridan n8SCftSheridan
Sheridan we wen e in similar gowns of coral coralcolored coralcolored coralcolored
colored silk trimmed with bands of em embroidery embrokJery embrokiery ¬ i
broidery broideryMiss brokJeryMIss brokieryMiss i
Miss El Elnqr Qr Terry in a beautiful beautifulwhite beautifulhlte beautifulwhite
white hlte swiF fifovrn o m elaborately trynmed trynmedwith trtmmedwith I Iwith r
with lace ace 2nd nd a large black hat with withplumes withplumes withplumes
plumes plumesMrs plumesMrs plumesMrs
Mrs Brock and Miss IIss Brock of Phil Philadelphia Philadelphla Philadelphia ¬
adelphia Mrs 115 Brock wore handsome handsomeblack handsomrblack handsomeblack
black and white striped striIf d chiffon cloth clothgown clothgown clothgown
gown and Miss Deborah Brocks Br ks gown gownwas gownwas gownwa
was wa of pale blue with touches of pink pinkand J1lnkand pinkand
and lavender She wore a polk bonnet bonnettrimmed bonnettrimmed bonnettrimmed
trimmed with black blackMiss blackMiss blackMiss
Miss Mildred Dick of New York In Ina ina Ina
a gown of orashes ashes 6f f roses voile v ileWlth ile with a ahat ahat ahat
hat of the same shade shadeCapt RhadeCapt shadeCapt
Capt John Wright U S A and Mrs MrsWright MrsYrlghl MrsWright
Wright WrightMrs WrightMrs YrlghlMrs
Mrs W H Drlggs DrlggsMiss DriggsUss DniggsMiss
Miss Uss Natalie Drlggs DrlggsMiss DrIggsMiss DriggaMiss
Miss Heyl HeylMiss HeyMiss HeylMiss
Miss Mary Heyl HeylMiss He HeylMiss l
Miss Julia HoI HeylMrs HoIMrs HoylMrs
Mrs Webster WebsterMiss 1VebsterMls6 WebsterMiss
Miss Frances Webster WebsterMr Vcbatorr
Mr 1r r and Mrs Hennen Jennings JenningsMiss JenningMiss JenningsMiss
Miss Jennings JenningsMr
Mr and Mrs Howard fS S Recsitle RecsitleMiss RecsftleMiss flecaitleMiss
Miss Rccside RccsideMrs ReesldeIrs ReesideMrs
Mrs Irs Thomas Lockwcod LockwcodMiss LockwcodlfiS5 LockwodMiss
Miss Mary Wilcox WilcoxSenator WilcoxSenator Vii cox coxSonator
Senator and Mrs Ira Taylor TaylorThe TaylQThe TaylohThe
The Misses Shepard ShepardLl ShopardLieutenant ShcpardLieutenant
Lieutenant Ll utenant Hammond U S A A and andMrs and1trs and1rs
Mrs 1rs Hammond HammondMrs HammondMrs d drs
Mrs rs and Mrs George F Applafey pi l1Y
Mrs Trescot TrescotThe Trefcot7he TrescotThe
The Misses Trescot TrescotMajor TrCllOotMajor TreecotMajor
Major and Mrs Stevens StevensMiss St StevensMiss vens vensMiss
Miss Stevens StevensMrs RtevensMrs StevensMrs
Mrs SheridanThe Sheridan ShermanThe ihon1ilanTime
The Misses Sheridan SheridanMrs SheridanlIrs SheridanMrs
Mrs Seaton Schroeder SchroederMiss Schroederlltlits SchroederMiss
Miss Schroeder SchroederMr Schro der derMr
Mr and Mrs Hannis Taylor TaylopjMiss Tarl TaylorMiss r rMls5
Miss Hanna Taylor TaylorDr TaylorDr i iDr
Dr and Mrs Gannon Gannealtiiss 1 1UIs v vMiss
Miss Winifred Davis DavisCapt DaICapt DavisCapt
Capt Stockton Heth HethMIs HethMiss ft ftMiss
Miss Virginia Heth HethMiss HethMiss HethMiss
Miss PlcketC Hth HthJohn HthJohn HethiJohn
John Barrett BarrettMrs Barr BarrettMrs tt ttMrs <
Mrs Dickinson Hostess HostessMrs Hostess1S HostessMrs
Mrs 1S Dickinson wife I e 5 Z the tl1 Secretary Secretaryof
of War entertained a few outoftown outoftownfriends utoftmvnfriends 1 1friends
friends informally at luncheon today at atthe attbe atthe
the Highland HighlandVice Hlsh Higlilani HiglilaniVice an anVice
Vice Admiral Uriu of the Japanese JapaneseNavy JapaneseNavy JapaneseNavy
Navy and Baronass Baro ss JJriu nIu arlved in inWashington InVLshlngton inWashington
Washington last evening from San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SariFrancisco
Francisco They left Washington this thismornlnsr thl thlmornln thismorning
morning for Annapolis where they will willbe wntbe willbe
be the guests of Commander and Irs IrsBadger rs rsBadger rsBadger
Badger Vice Admiral Uriu will be the thehonor tbebonor timehonor
honor guest this evening eenln at the annual annualbanquet annualbanquet annualbanquet
banquet of the class of SI of which he lieIs heIs heIs
Is a member memberMrs merrbcrIrs memberMrs
Mrs Irs Badger will entertain at dinner dinnerthis dinnerthis dinnerthis
this evening In honor h honorof nor of Baroness TJrlu TJrluv TJrluTho UrtuTho UmluThe
Tho British Ambassador AmLssador v and Mrs MrsBr MrBrce MrsBrce
Br Brce ce entertained informally at lunch luncheon luncheon luncheon ¬
eon today in honor of their house houseguests boueKUest houseguests
guests < Canon and Mrs Henderson of ofj ofNew ofNew
j New York
Miss Emily Tuckormam who las been beenBPendinfsoma beenspending j jspending
spending BPendinfsoma some time In Newport Is now nowin nowIn nowin
in Stockbrldge Mass MossRepresentative MassRepresantative
01 01Ropreeentativo
Representative and Mrs James Breck BreckPerkins BreckParkins BreckPorkis
Perkins have closed their Washington Washingtonresidence Wnslllnltonreshlenco Washingtonresidence
residence and Mrs Perkins has gone on to totheir totholr totheir
their home in Rochester N Y Mr MrPerkins MrPerkins MrPerkins
Perkins will join hor there later and andthey andthey andthey
they will sail for Europe EuropeScnor E EuropeSenor + r pe peSenor
Senor Don Alberto lberto Costa first some secretary S rc ¬
tary taryof of the Argentine legation left
Washington Wa 1tlnJtoll yefltojrday 7 for New York Yorkfrom Yorktrom Yorkfrom
from where bve he will sail today tOOa for Eu Europe Europe Europe ¬
ropeAre ropeAre rope ropeAre
Are Dinner Hosts HostsLieutenant HostsLleutenaJlt HostsLieutenant
Lieutenant Commander and Mrs MrsGharardl MrsCherardi Irs IrsGheratdl
Gharardl entertained enter ln at dinner last lastevening lasteVenlng lastevening
evening in compliment cmplment to the Attorney AttorneyGeneral Atorney AtorneyGenerl AttorneyGeneral
General Generl and a1 Mrs WIckersham WIckerham Mrs MrsWlckersham m1rgWickersham Irs IrsVlckersh
Wlckersham Vlckersh however howeer was unable to toattefid toatteqd toatte4d
attefid owing owig to her absence abocB from the thecity theelt thecity
city elt The Te Th additional adional guests guet were Repre Representative Repr Representative ¬
sentative statve and an Mm Mn Richard Wayne a1ne Par Par ¬
ker ke Rear Ro AdmtraF Admirr and an Mrs lfrs Evans
Mrs McGuire 1c ulre MJs U Randolph Miss 1lul
Carlisle Carlsle R Ra Rear ar Admiral Admirl Ranjolph Brownson BrowDon and
Commander Commande Butler ButlerMrs Butterr
4 4Mrs J ¬
Mrs r Hunt wife wfe of f the former gov governor goveror goternor ¬
ernor eror of Porto Rico was W the guest guet in inwhose InwhoG inwhose
whose whoG honor Mrs r James Jame Hnrlan Iar n enter ¬
tained at luncheon lunhen yesterday yesterdayr yesterdayMrs yetorday yetordayMrs yesterdayMrs
Mrs Babcock Babcck and Mrs M1 Moore mother motherand motherand motherand
and sister of Mrs MI Sherman Sheman who have havebaen have havebeen
been ben tho guests gets of the Vice Vic President Presidentand Preldent Preldentand Presidentarid
and Mrs rs Sherman Shean since inauguration inaugurationhave Inaugrtion Inaugrtionhave
have gone to t their home m In utIca Utic N Y Ym YMrs YMr YMrs
Mrs James F J Barbour has ha returned returnedto roLured roLuredto
to Washington Waltng on from frm New York where whereshe whereBhe whereshe
she went last lat week with wU her daughter daughterMiss daughterll daughterMIss
Miss ll Marguerite Mrgerie Barbour who sailed sailedfor sLed sLedtor sailedfor
for Europe with wth Mrs l Porter PortoI wife wie of ofMajor orajor ofMajor
Major ajor Porter U US S M l C CMrs Ci CMrs
Mrs J Edwin Lawton Lwon i formerly Miss MissHelen MissHelen Uss UssHelen
Helen Pr Pret Prescott acott Hubbard HUbbrd will Wil receive receiveon re ele eleon
on Fridays in June at 704 70 Twentieth Twentiethstreet Twontet TwOhtiethstreet
street from i to to7QclOec to7QclOecGarden 7 + oclock oclockGarden o cloc clocGarden
1 Garden Party
The annual garden grden party at the Chil Childrens Cl Childrens ¬
drens Country Home which which was post postponed pst pstpned postponed ¬
poned pned from Thursday afternoon afteroon to yes yesterday ye yesterday ¬
terday teray was wa well wel attended attendedMrs atended atendedMr attendedMrs
Mrs Murray lIury Cobb and Miss 1lss Victoria VictoriaEmery Victor VictoriaEmery
Emery were m charge of the fancy fane ar articles artices antides ¬
tides tices table Miss 11s Savllle SavJe presided at atthe at atthe
the 1he candy caIY booth Mrs Mr Clark Wagga Waggaman Was Waggaman
man and and andMias < Miaa f Forking poured poure tea and andMiss an andMiss
Miss nS Agnes Afnas Peter conducted a fish fsh pynd pyndfor pndfor
pJn pJntor
for children childrenThe chidren chidrenTe childrenThe
The Te supper tables table wero In charge of ofMrs orMrs ofMrs
Mrs George Dunlop Mrs Davidson DavidsonMrs DavidsonMr DavidsonMrs
Mrs Mr Whiting Whltn Whitin Miss l ss Battless B ttess Miss MissMichie MissMichie ss sslchle
Michie lchle Miss Rodgers Rodgers and Miss l1s Bryan BryanA Bran Brano
A number of young people pople who in included ineluded Ineluded ¬
eluded several severl from the Diplomatic DiplomaticCorps Diplomatc DiplomatcCorps DiplomaticCorps
Corps left lor Washington yesterday af afternoon afternoon atternoon ¬
ternoon for Baltimore Baltmore chaperoned chaperned by bywere
Mr and 1rs Mrs Pbip Philip Hleborn They They Theywere
were the guests gcts of Mrs Mr Thomas Thomasde Je Ford Fordat For Fordat
at luncheon followed folowed by a a picnic down downthe downthe downthe
the river The party pary returned retured to Wash Washington Washingon Washington ¬
ington ingon late last evening evenig In the party partywere pary parywere partywere
were the Misses isses de Lagercrantz Lgercrant daugh daughters daughters laughters ¬
ters of the Swedish Sweih Minister and Mme Mmede Mmede Mmedo
de Lagercrantz Lagerrant Count Ugglas Uglas and S SH SH SH
H Pouaetto Pou5ete Count Torok Torok Henri Henr Mar Martin Martin Martin ¬
tin Mr de Struve Struve and Mr lr von Pritt Prittwltz Prt Prittwitz
wltz wltzDr u1t
4 4Dr f
Dr Bailey Baiey Ashford Ahford U S A A and Mrs MrsAshford MrsAshford MrsAshford
Ashford entertained a party pr Informally Informallyat Inforaly Inforalyat
at dinner last evening eveningEntertain eening eeningEnterain eveningEntertain
Entertain Enterain At t Dinner DinnerMr D DIr DinnerMr
Mr Ir and Mrs lrs Charles Charles Bell Bel entertained ontertamedat ontertlne
at dinner Thursday Thura evening e < enlng lo II honor honorof honorof
of the Chilean Chien Minister and Mme Cru CruThe Cr CrutThe
The additional additonal guests get were ero Dr an anl anIMrs l lMrs
Mrs Ir8 Mason Maon Mrs Mrs William Wiiam Berret BerretRldgley Blrret BlrretRidgey BarretRidgley
Rldgley Ridgey Mrs r Piquette Piqette Mitohel Michel Repre Representative Reprsentatye Representative ¬
sentative sentatye Butler Buter Ames Ame and John Bar Barrett Barrett Barrett ¬
rettMr + j p
Mr and an Mrs Ir Ralph Rlph Jenkins Jekins who whohave Whohave whohave
have been be spending sp dtnJ some time tmo 4n 4nEurope < n nEurope nEurope
Europe Europe have returned rturng to Washington Washingtoni Washingon
i iji + 1 f fA I IAnumb
A Anumb number of Washington Vuhlngtnmen men win winleave wi wiltleave
leave a e Washington tomorrow for the an annual annual anitual ¬
nual meeting meetng of the Patuxent Patent Rod and andGun amIGun andGun
Gun Club which vhlch meets at the club clubhouse cub cubhouse clubhouse ¬
house house which wiIc is in Maryland on the thePatuxent thePat1ent thePattixent
Patuxent Pat1ent river about abut forty fory miles mie from fromWashington fromW fromWashington
Washington W lnston rver Among Amonl the Washington Washingtonmember VTashlngon VTashlngonmembe Washingtonmembers
member membe are General GeIer 1 Buchanan Bucanan Sam Samuel Samuel Samnet ¬
uel Maddox la ox Ralph Jenkins Horace HoraceWescostT Horce HorceYec HoraceWesc4s
WescostT Yec and William WIlam Barret Ridgley RidgleyMrs Rldoley1rs RidgieyMrs
Mrs 1rs J T airfield Firfeld Carpenter Carenter who lisa haabeen ha lisabeen
been spending spendng some time In ftAUantf Atlanta AtlantaCity Atlant1City
City Cty left there tere today for New YorK YorKcity Yorl Yaricity
city cit where she will mi stay sty several weeks weeksShe weeksShe weeksShe
She wli I then go o to her place plce at Caze Cazenovia Czt Cztnovia cazenovia
novia for the remainder re d r of the au 5umer supuner supunerMr nmer
5 5Mr
Mr Barrett Host HostJohn HostJohn
John Barrett Bret the th director directr of the In International International ¬
ternational ternatonal Bureau Bureu of American Amerian Repub Republics Republes Republies ¬
lies les entertained cnterlna at dinner last evening eveningat
at the Chevy Chase Chae Club Cub in honor of ofMies orMiss ofMiss
Miss Deborah Deborh Brock of Philadelphia Philadelphiaand PhiadelphIa PhiadelphIaand
and Miss Mildred MIdred Dick of New Yc Y Ywho Yrk Yrkwho Jz Jzwho
who accompanied accmpnied by the formers formersmother forer forermoth fornieramother
mother moth or Mrs Ir Horace Brock Brck came cme tc tcWashington tnVashlngton toWashington
Washington as specially spialy Invited Invied guests gueststo gests geststo
to Mrs Tofts reception receptionMr ropton roptonMr
Mr Barretts party paty Included the Ger German German German ¬
man ambassador amba ador Count von Bqrnstorff Bqrnstorffthe Bqnstorf Bnstorffthe
the Secretary Secreta of the Navy Nav George Georgevon Geore Georevon Georgevon
von L Meyer Gen Clarence R R IL Ed Edwards Edward3 Edwards ¬
wards and Mrs Mr Edwards Mr and Mrs MrsLarz Mr MrsIrz
Larz 4r Anderson Andersn Mr lr and Mrs Mr Preston PrestonGibson prton prtonGIbon PrestonGibson
Brock Mrs MrsPiauotte MrsPiquatto
Gibson GIbon MrA Mrt Horace Horce Mr
Piauotte Piquete MitcneJ l1ce1 Miss Mis Eleanor Terry TerryMiee Terr TerryMies
Miee U Louise Llse F Fraker raker Miss Anna Cock Cockrell Cockrel Cockroll
roll Miss Adtle Ad fo Armstrong Astrons Miss 11ss Mary MarySheridan 1ar MarySheridan
Sheridan MIs Butler Duter Ames Aes Gmllano Giulano Cora CoraGist CoraGit CoraGist
Gist Blair F Oden Horstmann Horace HoracaG Horce
G Git Knowles Knovle William + Newton Guilds GuildsMrs Gulc GulcjIs Guiick1s
Mrs 1s Robert Christy Chrsty ChniTty and an her her daugh daughter dauh dauhter daughtar ¬
ter jIs Miss 11 Katherine B BChrlsty Christy are the theguests te teet theguests
guests et of friends frends ln Rockville ckvne Md MdMr MdMr Id IdMr
Mr and Mrs r F H Hoover and ad W WJ WJ WJ
J J Newton of Washington Wahingon are a1e guests guestsat gest
at at the Hotel Chalfonte Cha1ontc Atlantic Atantc City Cityfor Cl CitIfor
for several weeks weeksMrs eok eokrs
4 4Mrs =
Mrs rs Simon Guggenheim Gtsgehelm wife lfa of ofSenator ofSenator ofSenator
Senator Guggenheim ot Colorado Clorado ao accompanied aocompaied aocompanied ¬
companied compaied Gusgenehn by her two young yonl sons is isspending Isspodlno isspending
spending spodlno several days in New Ne York YorkThey YorkThey YorkThey
They will wil sail sai for Europe Tuesday on onthe onthe onthe
the Kaiser Kaher Wllhelm WllhelmMiss Wlhelm WlhelmIls 4 4MIs
Miss Ils Elsie Carson Crs Gaddis Gadis daughter daughterof
of Mi 11 and Mrs 115 Eugene Egene B E addis Ga dls has hasreturned hasreurne hasreturned
returned to Washington from trm the West Westwhere West Westwhere
where reurne she has been the guest of rela relatives rel relUves relativos ¬
tives and friends In Ohio Michigan Michiganand lUe MIcliganand lgan lganand
and Indiana IndianaMrs IndianalIrs IndianaMrs
Mrs Edwards wife wile of Gen Clarence ClarenceEdwards ClareneJiidward5 ClarenceEdwards
Edwards accompanied accom nled by b her little littledaughter littledaughter littledaughter
daughter will leave le 1e v v Washington W bl st n early earlynext earlyne earlynext
next ne < t week for Niagara Falls N Y Ywhere Ywhere Vnhere
where she will be tire guest of her hermother hermother hermother
mother Mrs Porter for several weeks weeksMre weeksMre weeksi weeksMrs
+ i
Mre J W V MacMurroyi ac1Iu accompanied accompaniedby
by b her daughters Miss MacMurray and andton andiM andMite
Mite iM EthEl 1IaCMurray left Was1Ing Was1IngtQIl
ton today for N New w York where she shewill shewill shewill
will sH next we week fc for Russia to be the theguest theguest
guest of her son John Van A MacMur MacMurray lIaclurray ¬
1 ray who Is attached to the American Americanembassy Americanembs Americanembassy
embassy y in St Petersburg Petersburgi Petersburg1IrL
i + 1 1Mrs
Mrs T J Lennox took a party of ofyoung otyoun ofiouug
young people on a picnic near the therv theCha thechM
rv chM r Chas Lake today in honor of the theThe thegMi thegrailbating
gMi grailbating ffiaUng class 0 of Trinity College CoUesThe CollegeThe
The party included a number of girls girlsfrom sirlsfrom girlsfrom
from the various Catholic schools In InWashington InI hiWashington
Washington and members of the gradu graduating sraduatlng graduating ¬
ating classes cla es of Georgetown University Universityand
I and the Catholic University
Mrs McCormtck I Cormlck of Now Yorl is the thehouse thehouse
house e guest of Senator S na t and Sirs s Elkins Elkinss ElkinsMies EIkLnMiss
Miss 111 Anne An Bayard daughter da sIier of Mrs MrsJamas MrsJame MrsJames
James A Bayard left leftW3ahlJ1gtcn Washington this thismorning thism thismorning
morning m rnlns for Annapolis where she will willspend willspend viilspend
spend several days daslI1s
t pMiss
5 5Miss
Miss Isabel D Noyes NoesdauJht daughter r of Mr Mrand MrAnd Mrammd
and Mrs 1ra Clarence Noyas Noy left Wash ¬
ington In ton this morning mornln to spend epen the week weekend wekend weekcml ¬
end the guest of Miss Lada Heaey In
Rockvllle Md

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