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Some interesting intcr JSting < computations have havebeen lvebten VIe VIebfen
been made from a table recently pro prepared proluued propared ¬
pared by tho Treasury customs ex experts exerts oxJerta ¬
perts erts comparing the Dingley Iiyne Iiyneand 1 Ptyneand Y1te Y1telnd
and Aldrich duties on a list of o1over o1overforty over overforty > ver verforty
forty articles artiel in common use It is isshown is6bown isshown
shown by these tables tahl s that as the tJ legis legislation legislation legisJation ¬
lation now stand stn a amlUt a man who 00 bought bou beuglttO ltt
70 O worth of such articles as mens and andwomens andwomens andwomens
womens clothing underclothing lios lioslery 1105iery Itosery
lery ery cotton goods sheetings feather featherpillows featl1elpillows fetherpillows
pillows watches WlteIt etc would ouId be backing backingup
up against atariff a tariff wall l 312 312 high un under under nitder ¬
der the Dingley act 3234 3234 high hi lt under underthe underthe underthe
the Payne schedule sekedul8li and 3LDS 3188 high highunderthe highunder Iiih Iiihundertho
underthe under the Aldrich sehodulee schedulesThere sehoduleeThe sehoduleeTJiee
There The e is i thus a tariff saving of 14 14cents 14cents 14cents
cents which is just represented by the thereduction thereduction thereduction
reduction on a pair of shoes etocn included in inthe inthe inthe
the list Xow there are no importa importations importations importations ¬
tions of shoes and on the other hand handthere JlIlDdth liantithere
there th re are big exports ports pf f them The TheAmerican TkeAmerican TheAmerican
American shoe stores in Berlin suggest suggestan S ggeet ggeetan
an American invasion far more menac menacing menacing manseing ¬
ing to German n industry than any evi evidence cvidence 0yjdence ¬
dence of German invasion Avhieh w ieh can be beseen he5Mn beseen
seen in London As we dont ship in inany innny inany
any shoes soee at all and will not even even with withthe withthe iUt iUtthe
the tariff reduced a trifle tri this 14 cents centsis centsis centsis
is hardly to be accounted an important imp rtant
saving Leaving it out of 0 considera consideration coneidenttion ¬
tion on the thing seems to be a standoff standoffthe stnd stantIoffthe ff ffthe
the old and new ew duties come out at the thosame tIlOsame thename
same place placeIt plaeeIt
It appears that on a cotton bedsheet bedsheetthere bedsheetthere bedsbMtthere
there is a saving of 1 cents cn which wlJ eh is isencouragement isencouragement isencouragement
encouragement to go to sleep and wait waittill waittill waittill
till it is all allover over but looking farther fartherit
it appears app < ars > that this is several times timeswiped timeswiped timeswiped
wiped out by a 7 cent increase on a afeather afeather afeather
feather pillow and the consumer is ismoved ismoved inmoved
moved to wako wakeup up again againNow againNow againNow
Now the point about any 11 suck specie speciemen specimen cpecimen ¬
men list as this is simply that it illus illustrates illustrates illustrates ¬
trates graphically what hat is really hap happening hpUJenmg hapening ¬
pening ening in this revision The mare of ofgdain of1ain of1ain
gdain 1ain people peoplethe the consumers if they theyinay 1Jlcy2n theymay
may 2n Y be permitted to regard themselves themselvesfes
fes 5 such despite Senator Lodges assur assurance a aseurnco ur urance ¬
ance nco that they dont exist ecistlle use just justEucb justeuch justruclt
Eucb things as are in this th s list There Therefere Therare Thoruro
are 15 i mens suits 15 overcoats overco ts 10otton 10 10cotton 10Dotton
cotton dresses dres for women 15 l cloaks cl aksfor cloaksfor cloaksfor
for Women atraw araw hats underwear and andthe 1100the andthe
the like likeJ likewise a number 1i sf > f articles articlespf articlespf articlespf
pf foodstuffs It is a good fair honest honestbverage hOM8tverago honesttwcrage
bverage verago list and it makes a showing showingwhich showingwhich showingwhith
which is simply ridiculous To call callCongress callCongress callCongress
Congress together for the turmoil aDd aadtho aDdtho andthe
tho expense of a revision session and andto andto andto
to Jiavp it labor four months in the theheat theheat thoheat
heat Co o bring forth so insignificant in igaileDt a areduction areduction areduction
reduction mouse as this is a grim grimjoke grimjoke grimjoke
joke It is a repudiation of solemnparty solemn solesujiparty Qt Qtparty
party pledges ple ges such as the country will wiftnot wittnot willnot
not permit without effective protest protestIf
If this measure passes in suNtan substantially subtantinily ¬ I
tially its present pree nt form there will i11 be beUct betst I It
Uct t one safe s rc and proper course for forPresident lorPreeident forDresident
President Taft He hould veto it it and andthen ancIthen andthen
then make a ri ringing ng appeal to th thcountry the thecountry tbcountry
country to send him up a Congrats Congratswhich ssoss ssosswhich Oti Otiwhich
which will carry out the pledes OR ORwhich 011wbieh onwhich
which he was elected There is no use usebeing 1ISebeing vs vsbeing
being mealymouthed me about it it The Thecountry Thecountry Thecountry
country looks J to th the President Pr ent to find findmeans Andmeans findmeans
means to compel 00III 1 Congrewioital 01 oompH compliance compHanC oompHance ¬
ance with the Republican Bpubl3utCongressional platform platformCongressional ItlorBtCongreii
Congressional oDl leadership Je ip is determined determinedon
on repudiation The Constitution rests reststhe veststhe t ttbe
the President Pre ident jwlth the veto power It Itdoes Itdoes Itdoes
does so because it it expects that power powerto
to be used in just such cases as anpresent the thepresent theprt
present presentThere prt presentThere ent entThere
There never was a wore proper caM caMfor ea eafHr eeeefor
for the veto than i is is presented pre f1lted by this tIWJJegiilation thislegislstioii thislegislation
legislation as it stands today and a U m mail HIall wall
all probability it will stand wheat it itgoes itgoes
goes down the Avenue to the White Whitedouse WWiotloUtio Whittiouse
douse for the Executive approval or ordisapproval woiSipnoaJ sruisipproval
disapproval It is good polities good goodbusiness ooclhuaineu goodbttsines
business honest performance of ofpledge ofiige
pledge 1 dge to the nation to vetoit And Andthat Aadthat AndI
that I hat is what bat the President ought to todo todo todo
do doEiclenee Evidence Eiclenee enough has been set forth forthalready forthnlready forthalready
already to make it perfectly plain that thatthis tmuthis thatthis
this revision Teili Olt is being conducted gy gyttmatic nys nystcmtic4lly Y Yt
t tcmtic4lly ttmatic l atkl1v lly in the behalf of a f fw fwmonopolistic w wmonopolistic wmonopoliatlc
monopolistic monopoliatlc interests with itb the view viewto it w wto
to protecting or increasing innea ing their al already a aready atready ¬
ready immense profits tofits It will n not go gowith gowitb gowith
with the th IWflle IWflleThe K wlJIeThe > opIe opIeThe
The wm IK j out one of the dark and andawful andawful andawful
awful sa ret of f tiir t l Mhedules rhedut Molj Mo1J Mo1Jfmum tolyimum b bCemum
Cemum mum tungsten and titanium are met metttle metale tuetit1
ale it1 which mixed with steel te t l at the theright theright theight
right point in the process Pfo eN of manufac manuA ¬
ture give it much greater hardness hardnessThe h1lrdnfSSThp hardacesThe
The report however how r that molybd molybdmum molybdmum molybdCmum
mum has been mixed up with the sugar sugarschedule 8U sugarschedule dr dr8chfJdu
schedule is much exaggerated ex gerated The Thesugar T Thesugar e eiQ
sugar iQ < At schedule is still in imminent dan danger dJlger danaer ¬
ger of developing dev lopln a hure blowhole blowholePITTSBURG bI01oholePITTSBURG blewholePITTSBURG
The Pittsburg Chamber of Com Commerce 0merce Coinmerce ¬
merce is in favor of the LKnfantplan LKnfant LEntJuatplan LEnfantplan
plan for Washington ybln toD It also wantt wanttCongress wuCongre wantitongrese
Congress to pass 8 the Newlands bill billfor bIJltor billfor
for the Lincoln Memorial MemorialAt
At a meeting of Ole Pittsburg Pittsburgchamber PlttMIurchambel Pittsburgchamber
chamber a report oC its committee committeeon
on municipal art was adopted which wbfclirecommends whfcreeommend whichrecommends
recommends tht the chamber request requestPennsylvania le1IuestPennsylvania requestPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Senators and Represen Representatives fleprenentatives en entatives ¬
tatives to assist in the passage passa e of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such laws that will make possible th thtdevelopment thdevelopment thdevelopment
development of the National Capital Capitalon
on the th original LEnftcnr plan and andprovide andprovIde sfldprovide
provide that any addition to the park parkof parkof prkof
of th the city may be in harmony with withthe witllthe withthe
the original plan planThis planT1is planThis
This from our news columns of yes yesterday yesterday O5 O5terday ¬
terday would indicate indie c that Pittsburg Pittsburgis Pittalmr Pittalmris
is on the right track If Washington Washingtonis
is ever to be The Capital Beautiful Beautifulit
it must be through the votes of Mem Members 1fcmbers Menihers ¬
bers of Congress In every case those thoseCongressmen thoseCongrem thoseCongresanten
Congressmen n will be quicker to respond respondto resllI resllIlo
to public opinion in their districts than thanto tllanto titanto
to any other special force It is there therefore thereforf therefort ¬
fore good for Washington in the most mostpractical mostpraetienl mostpractical
practical sense that the Pittsburg PittsburgChamber PittsburgCbamber PittsburgObsinber
Chamber of Commerce has not ou ontented outented outented
tented itself with a simple declaration declarationill
ill favor of the fulfillment of tha thaLEitfant tbQLXllfant thtiLEnlant
LEitfant plan but has la5 directed that thatdeclaration tbtLtdedartlUon thatdeclarsUon
declaration at those who may mt help to toachieve toachieve toachieto
achieve that fulfillment fulfillmentE flllfill numt numtE
E Phillips Oppenheim Opponhelmtrled tried to pro produce ptduee produes ¬
duce th the most imaginative > story posai posaibie JOtIIIIble pointble
ble about a Gorman plot to overthrow overthrowBritain ovortltrowBrltLln overthrowBritain
Britain but he h m mt t feel discouraged discouragedas dI oourngedas
as he contemplates tho ghost ost stories storiesthat storiesthat storiesthat
that are now taken ta1 m with utmost ubn serious seriousness Il serioussins rJol1 rJol1ne ¬
ness in London I
Apropos of this discussion of the acV acVministraii al admInIstratIons
mInIstratIons ministraii < ms plans for cutting down downGoytrnment downGovrnment downGovcrnment
Goytrnment Govrnment expenses exp 8H it te earnestly earnestlyhoped arnestiybOp1 mutt muttbeP
hoped l nobody will bethink himself of ofthe oftho ofthe
the department salary salar list a as a good goedplace gootIpla goodpIae
place pla for paring paringA perlnA
A A t committee of seven opponent oPPonenta and andone andone andone
one adherent has given the New York YorkLegislature YorkLegislature i iLegbdatura
Legislature a Judicial judlct l opinion after due dueinvestigation iuelftvestisatl due1nventlgstion
investigation on 01 that th t direct primaries primariesare
are undesirable We opine that so goad goada
a lawyer as Governor Hughes Hugb will II not notovertook notoverlook notoverkok
overtook the opportunity to impeach impeachthat impOacltthat Impaehthat
that Jury JuryIt jUryIt JuryIt
It is impossible to overlook without withoutsome withoutsome withoutsome
some suspicions the fact that on Fri Friday FrIdkT Friday ¬
day morning ons loading New York Torknewspaper Yorkewapaper Yorknewspaper
newspaper contained not one on word about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the S Sugar sar trust fight in tho Senate T3 T3New The T1IeNew TheNew
New York newspapers can Hi I afford affordthe attordthe affordthe
the Invitation of this sort of suspicion suspicionjust 8usplclonJust suspicionjust
just at this time in connection with withsugar withsugar withsugar
sugar sugarA
A managed man aged seventyfive soverity o years osrs Has Hasjust baajust hasjust
just become father to his twentythird twentythirdchild twelttytltlrdchlk1
child and yet Iowa is I losing in popula population population pepsinUon ¬
tion There must be a lot of mighty mightyshirkin mlgllbsIllrkln mightyshlrkln
shirkin folks out there thereGovernor thereGovernor thereGovernor
Governor Fort has stirred up a line linerow ABcrw flitrew
row in Jersey by starting a ft fight t against againstRepublican agt sgHustRepublican t tRepublleaJt
Republican legislators who nave YO failed failedto
to keep the partys campaign pledges pledgesWhen pled pledgesWhen es esWhen
When the governor gets done in Jersey Jer e7
he might ml ht ran r n over to Washington and andstart andstart andstart
start some activities of the same me sort sorton orton sorton
on a a national scale JiiealeThe scaleThe scaleThe
The esteemed New York Tribune ex expresses expree oxpresses ¬
presses es confidence that 8 a long list of ofthe orbe ofthe
the tariff duties will 1n ultimately be sub substantially subatantJall subatsutially ¬
stantially reduced and says this will be bethe betile bethe
the result of 0 keeping the organization organizationwhich orgsnlzationwhich organizationwhich
which is opposed to reductions in firm nrmcontrol firmcontrol firmcontrol
control The Tribune is always inter intereating IDleruUnS Intereating
eating but not always convincing convincingWord convincinGWord convineingWord
Word comes from Montana that thatformer thatformer thatformer
former Senator William A Clark Clarkpanninr is isplanning Isplanning
planning to make the race of his h hi life lifenext lifenext lifenext
next year against Senator Carter for foranother for foranother foranother
another term in the upper chamber Th Thsunpoifition ThAt ThAtsuPfOi1ltioit Th4auptio
sunpoifition is that th tltif tlldcopper copper king has hasa 1 1deare as asa
a de dear re to utilize thaUDupont that Dupont Circle Circlesite ClrelesUe Circlesite
site for or a house that will iU make m ke his hisFifth hliFifth i iFIfth
Fifth avenue establishment eatabll hment took modest modestand modeatand modestand
and simple simpleAn simpleAn simpleAn
An Ohio woman lived 135 years and andattributed andattributed andattributed
attributed her longevity to her constant constanteattag CODtaLnteatIag constanteating
eating of onions Longevity will be bepopular bopolMatar bepopuar
popular elde chiefly l with the insurance com companies eompanle cornpsnies ¬
panies if it is to be obtained by such suchmeans wehmeans suchmeans
means meansThis meansThIs meansThin
This is lemon day in the tariff tan < OLe discassions 1 1ea OLeenesions
cassions ea lon So are most of the other otherdays otJtMd87S otherdays
days from the standpoint iJ ndpolnt of folks fcIk who whothought shothought ho hothought
thought revision means S revision revisionQuite nJVflllOnQuite revisionQuite
Quite a bunch of people who expect expectCongress e expeetCongress t tCongreM
Congress to adjourn June 1 are getting gettingso
so eae as ante to raise the date to J July uly 15 15This 11This l lThis
This currant curr rr rit mit picture of President ldent Taft Taftthrowing Taftthrowmg Taftthrowing
throwing the ball at a big college base baseball baaeb ba babait ¬
ball game suggests a vicious purpose purposeto purpoMtoatr
to toatr Otwtrox x him him politically Ha II looks lookslike looksl lookslIke
like l a righthanded right lIutcJed woman trying to tohand tohand tohand
hand out an inshoot with her left hand handThe handThe
The New York World orld manes at n ex excellent exoetlent ¬
cellent suggestion n e kn Couldnt the theerage Av Average ¬
erage Consumer COUIIynwr get et more consideration coiurfderationif
if he would organize himself into a stock stockcompany atO stockcompany kl klcompany
company get et a New Jersey Jer ey charter charterand charterand
and issue the Atlantic ocean a at common commonstock tommonatock commonstock I
stock stockThe stockThe 1
The man who rocked the ioat beat eon eonLimits con continues ¬ i iti
Limits ti uelt to thrive despite d8 the high mor mortality mortallty mortailty ¬
tality to which h hets he is subjected subjectedThe
The German Ambassador explains explainsthat explainsthat 1 1that
that the impertinence of his h govern government 8overnmeat gosernmeat ¬
meat consisted in furnishing the United United9tte4 UnitedstateJ UnitedState
State with certain information for forwhich forwbtcli forwhich
wbtcli which this th J country asked It would itp itpjMftr 1Jtpear uppeer
pear that two or or three statesmen t had hadapologia hadj hadapoLegIinm1og
apologia j apoLegIinm1og apoLegIinm1ogThat losl coming comingThat eomI g I
That 11 latest performance of th tWZep tWZeppeUn Zap Zeppelin Zappolls
polls airship ought to be good O for an aneffective aneffective I
effective bear movement on th the London Londonexchanges Londonexchanges i iesensea
exchanges today todayIDEAS toda todaIDEAS toyIDEAS
That many of the suggestions offered offeredy
> y thenational conference of city pian pianntot pIanJttaC pLannIu
ntot nIu will 01 result lt in practical benefit to toWashington toW toWhsrtott
Washington W 1JatoD i w the opinion of those who whohave whoba whohave
have ba attempted the thelons sessions The Com ComiftisskKwrs CorntplndoioIs
I iftisskKwrs hay have under consideration considerationsereral conakJenltionIe consIderationdayend
sereral Ie al ef the plans offered for the thebeautilfcstion thebeauWtcaUoll thebeauttoestlon
beautilfcstion ef the city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The conference was brought to a aclose aclose aclose
close yesterday r nlay afternoon an O by an exhibi exhibition exhibition exhibilion ¬
tion of drawings di add photographs and andi andplams andpias
i pla plams s of other cities in th the banquet hall hallof ballof
of the Raistefc R BaisI k Hotel Th The exhibition exhibitionwas blUon
was under th the auspices of the labor laborunions laboruDlon laborImiena
unions of th the fit t1ti Adresseir were weremade wereMAde weremade
made by E F W Oyster Vice President PresidentTemplar Prf PreeldeitTep1nr ldHll ldHllTemllar
Templar of the Central Labor rni rtin rtinl hi n nM
M 1 l T Jones and Benjamin Clark Marsh MarshPITEOUS Marslli MarshPITEOUS
It is a pity ftv that we cannot reverse reversething reversethlnglS reversethings
thing and start at the top It would wouldbe wouldh wouldhe
I be h so easy to reach the bottom bottomChicago bottomChicago bottomChicago
Chicago News
Representative Ben Johnson JohnsonEspecially JohnsonEspeciaIIy JohnsonEspecially
Especially Commends CommendsSugar CommendsSugar CommendsSugar
Sugar Editorials EditorialsWRITES EditorialsWRITES EditorialsWRITES
Kentuckian Declares People Are AreDebtors A ADebtors AreDebtors
Debtors of of Paper for the theExpose theExpose theExpose
Expose ExposeTo Expose ExposeTe
To Uw Bditer of ThaJWashington TItf WashIngton Times TimesWhen TIn TimesWhen 5 1
When the tariff Alll Illl wont to the Son Sonateri S1lite Seaate
ateri ate I like many ulan other Representatives Representativesleft
left Washington n not to return until the thebill t1tbill thebill >
bill goes back to the House Before Beforeleaving Beforeleavlnl Beforeheaving
leaving Washington however I sub subscribed subserlbed subseribed ¬
scribed for The Tmcs and receive It Ithere Ithere Ithere
here I have been much benefited by byreading b byreading
reading = the editorials particularly those thoseon
on sugar sugarIt sugarit
It occur to me that you have falltn falltninto falknInto 11 11Into =
into a slight al ht error and I have con concluded conehld coneluded ¬
eluded ehld to write wrte and call your attention attentionto
to it itIn ItIn
In An Opportunity for Real Revision RevisionNo RevisionNo RevisIonNo
No Vycu say sayCites MYCites sayCites
Cites Slight Error ErrorFor ErrorFor ErrorFor
For Instance undor reciprocity with withCuba withCuba withCuba
Cuba raw sugar from that country Is Isadmitted Isadmitted Isadmltted
admitted at JO O per cent off the full fullDtngley fuitDingley futDhegley
Dtngley rate You then proceed to say saythat saytbat saythat
that the th 28 per cent off the Dingley Dingleyrate Dingleyrate Dingleyrate
rate which is L6S LGS4 leaves the rate on onCohan onCnban onCuisin
Cohan sugar at 14S 1 14S4 It seems se ws to me methat metbat methat
that you 01 have confounded d 20 cents with withO withai
30 per cent The Dingley rate Is 1685 16851J1r L6S6 L6S6Wqr L6SVFQr
Wqr Cuban sugar the rate is 20 O per cent centless cent1e centhas
less than the regular Dingloy rate rateTwenty raterwenty rateTwenty
Twenty per cent of 516S5 I6S5 Is 50386 O36 Sub Subtract Subtr Subtract ¬
tract tr ci 5 8 336 from 5LCS5 1I18S Lii and you have left leftJ1 IfrtIIl leftjl4
IIl J1 jl4 1B Instead of S14SS 14Si as stated by you youThis youThis ou ouThis
This lessens ln ena the duty pakrlby paid by the trust trustH1J8 trustoj
016 oj per 100 pounds poundsThis poundsThis poundsThIs
This reduction per cent amounts to a alarge nlr alarge
large lr e sum on 1490000 tons It would bo b9tper be9z
293 9tper 9z pr long 2200 2M pounds ton tonmoo tonmootha tonmorethan more morethen
then 9000000 annually difference = e ba batweett be betv betweel
tweett tv eel 14S6 and 51 3149 3149Senator m mSenator 349Senator
Senator Clays Speech SpeechLast Sp SpeechLast ech echLast
Last night I read Senator Clays Claysspeech Claysreech Claysspeech
speech > in the Congressional Record I Ican Ican Ican
can see that his speech Is along the thesame thesame thesame
same lines as your editorials and thft thfthe thMhe thrthe
he does not discriminate between betweon 20 20cents tcent O Ocents
cents and 38 O per cent centIt con centIt t tIt
It is I probable that Ke t e will have hu huspeech h hpe hsspaich
speech pe ch printed for distribution If I Iam Iam Iam
am correct in this criticism of the state
r fI h j 7 Banis HasEwln HasEwlnRepresentttive Ewlno EwlnoRepresentative
Representative BEN JOHNSON of ofKentucky ofKentucky ofKentucky
Kentucky Kentuckyment Kentuckymont
mont made by b both you Olt and him as to toCtban toCtba toCtban
Ctban > sjigar be shoukl make the cor correction corre cortier ¬
rection re tier I before his speech goes out in inpamphlet Inpamphlet Inpamphlet
pamphlet pamphletYou
You have done the American peojlp pcoJ1Pa peojlptlie
a great service In your exposition n of oftile ofthe
tile ways that are dark traveled by de deSugar CleSegar theSugar
Sugar trust and your our work will bear bearfruit bearru1t bearfruit
fruit at the next Congressional Congre atonal elec elections elect elsetiens ¬
tions t na Sincererly yours yoursBEN
Bardstown Ky KyEditors KyEditor KyEditors
Editors Note NoteRepreeentaUve Representative John Johnson Johnson Johnnon ¬
son is of course e correct in the matter matterof
of the th Inadvertent misstatement of the theooncejkm theoonCfi2 thetxineieiion
oonCfi2 txineieiion ooncejkm > 1cton on Cuban sugar If he wer wera were werea
a member ofthe of tM Finance Committee he hewould howould liewould
would easily ea t1ybe be able to demolish the en entire entire entire ¬
tire argument which The Times and andSenator andSenator andSenator
Senator Clay have advanced simply be because because because ¬
cause of the occurrence of that Insig Insignificant tnslgnlfteant Insignhlicant ¬
nificant error and despite the fact that thatthe Utntthe thatthe
the same facts ate correctly stated statedmany statodrqany statedflRllY
many times in The Times articles Mr MrJohnson MrJ MrJohnson
Johnson J hn80n however ia looking for essen essentials eSSiantlals essentials ¬
tials instead of technicalities and he is isright Isright Isright
right again when he says saysYour saysYour saysYour
Your work will 111 bear fruit at the next noxtCongressional n8ttCongrell nextCongreeelonai
Congressional Congrell lon1 elections electionsi
i It will U that
A Texas View of Bailey BaileyFROM
The New York Times correspondent correspondentwas
was probably at fault in addressing addressingSenator addressingsenator addressingSenator
Senator Bailey tfley after rto tT ti J Senator in inthe inthe inthe
the Sent chamber c1lamb r Thursday after afternoon arterlGon afternoon ¬
noon bad denounced a Times article articleas
as a falsehood f hood The proper newspa newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
per method was to continue reporting reportingevents r reportIngeveiits porUnsevents
events as they transpired leaving the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people to judge whether w ether the t1t Times or ortho ortho orthe
tho Senator had spoken truth truthThe truthTbe truthThe
The Senator equally with every other othercitizen othorct othercitizen
citizen ct en is isentlt1ed entitled to the presumption presumptionof
of innocence rmtll nti1 hit hii guilt shall be beproved beproved beproved
proved It is his misfortune ml forhlne and a mis misfortune misfortune misfortune ¬
fortune of his own makIng that Ids Jiiaearlier Idsearlier hisearlier
earlier secret relation with Ith the great greattrust greattruat greattrust
trust masters have made him an ob object obJect ohect ¬
ject ect of suspicion In ftls present labor laboras
as a a Senator assistIng as to shape the thenew thenew thenew
new tariff bill billA blltA billA
A majority of the Senators from the theScuth theScuUt theSeuth
Scuth have voted with Senator Bailey Baileyfor Baileytor Baileyfor
for a protective tariff on iron ore but butnone butnone butnone
none of these other Southern Senators Senatorshave Senatorshave Senatorshave
have been accused of so so voting for ul ulterior ultedor ultetlor ¬
terior motives Senator Bailey no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt feels feclke keenly nly this ticrlmlnaUony crimination criminationby
by y which his Southern colleagues vot voting votiAg vottag ¬
tag as be voted fjscapeil escape the suspicion suspicionof
of improper purposes while his own ownare ownare ownare
are impugned It is entirely possible possibletlmt possiblet possiblethat
that t he like the u rest or the Southern SouthernSenatorial SouthomSnatorial SouthernSnatorlai
Senatorial supporters of the Steel Steeltrusts SteeltnMt Steeltrusts
trusts tariff subsidy sub ldy gave his vote for forthat forthat forthat
that bit of Northern North rn graft sololy In or order order ordet ¬
der to get Northern votes voteS for South Southern Soufhem Southera ¬
era tariff graft The Times Timesasserting TimesaSHrllne Timesasserting
asserting its belief that Senator Bailey Baileyis
is the ally of Senator yadrlch Adrlch the Re Republican Republican Repubhican ¬
publican leader and that Senator Bailey Baileyhad Baileyhad
had in its It opinion deliberately by de deception deception deception ¬
ception helped Aldrich defeat the In Income InCOflM income ¬ I
come tax amendment which he pretend pretended protended ¬
ed to favor was the Chronicle Chro tlclo believes bellevecjustified bel1evOlijustified believesjustified
justified by the faets The Times Timeslanguage Timeslanpace TImeslanguage
language was w plain iii ifl the chain of cir circumstantial circumtantJal circumtntIal ¬
cumstantial evidence it presented lue ented led ledIrresistibly led11re ledirresistibly
Irresistibly 11re lllUbly to but one conclusion and andas anda andat
as a at a public journal it performed a pub public public publie ¬
lic duty when hen it pubH P11b1flhod pubhthod tood that evidence evidenceand evidenceaM evidenceaiEl
and its conclusion conclusionSenator conclusionSe conclusioSenator
Senator Se ator Bailey renewing in Washing Washington ¬
ton on the attitude toward his hi critics which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he maintained throughout the April pri primary primary primary ¬
mary in Texas vented his wrath In the thelanguage thelansuage thelanguage
language of the barroom bully and
shamed Ms State The average a era man manknowing n nknowing awnknowing
knowing himself to have been libeled IIhe ed by bya
a newspaper will either sale silo e for libel or orgo Orgo orgo
go personally to Ills 111 tra traooer ueer and de demand dt dtmflDd domand ¬
mand satisfaction sat1 saUsta ta Uoft tIo Senator SenaoorBailey Bailey haS liasset haSset hasset
set a bad example in Texas and at atWashington atashlnstonLby atWashington
Washington ashlnstonLby by declining either of these thesecourses thesecoursa thesecourses
courses of action and ant by making makl r savage savagecounter S8va savagecounter e ecounter
counter attacks upon thp tb floor of the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate chamber where his lii language Is Isprivilegedrso Isprlvlleged isprIv1legedso
privilegedrso prlvlleged that he cannot be called calledto
to account for it by a private citizen citizenThis citizenThl citizenThis
This Thl is I a species of cowardice conspic conspicuously conple1IOU81y conspicuously ¬
uously practiced by same of the Sena Senators Senators SenttOys ¬
tors partisans in the Thirtyflrt Tltlrtyft t Legis Legislattire LeplsJtpre Leiglat4ire
JtpreTII lattire lat4ireThit lattireThe
The lessen of the affair Is this That Thatno Thatno Thatno
no man howevtr gifted can escape < the theconsequence theconOQ theeonsequenc
consequence conOQ nce of his own actions Sena Senator Senator Scnator ¬
tor Bailey was wa the idol of the Te Tebs TebsDemracy TetasDemracy as asDemocracy
Demracy one oa of die he moat admired admiredorators admiredorators
orators mid nd statesmen of the nation nationHe nationHe
He was w poor in property bat rich In Infane Infame Infame I
fame and in the affection of o Ills hi cowl countrymen coul cowltrymen ¬ I
trymen try men He chose being belag1iO so situated to toenter toenter toenter
enter for private profit into intoecret ecret et rela relations relations relathins ¬
tions with a corporation outlawed from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his State te These relations he main maintained maintained maintamed ¬
tained during several years unknown to tohis tohis tohis
his people and by that means lie le lequlred ac acquired asquired ¬
quired a fortune When the facts wire wirefirst w wlrefirst re reftnst
first revealed lie denied them and at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to conceal them The proof proofwas proofwas
was overwhelming and from that day daySenior daySen daySenor
Senior Sen tor Bailey was discredited in this
State and in the th nation His HI career was wasblasted wasbluted wasblasted
blasted not D t by the denunciations Qfhls QLhlfOell qLhisfoes j
foes but his own deliberate action actionThe actionThe actIonThe
The trifling trt lnr personal encounter at atWashington atWahlnrton atWashington
Washington is of no Importance except exceptas
as a it proves bow deeply the iron of ofshame otshalne ofshame
shame and regret has entered into the thesoul theoul thesoul
soul > oul of the junior Senator Let the am ambitious ambitious ambiLious ¬
bitious young men of Texas take warn warning warnIng warnleg ¬
ing A man buys buys fortune at a price too toohigh toohleh toohigh
high when fo it he exchanges peace of ofmind oftnlnd ofmind
mind and the respect of honorable men menHEADED menHEADED menHEADED
HEADED HIM OFFSpeaklng OFF OFFSpeaking OFFSpeaking
Speaking of trusts tru ts began the thestrange theatranger thestrangeP
strange as he leaned up against agaln t the thecounter thecounter thecounter
counter I ISorry 1Sorry ISorry
Sorry sir Ir interrupted the grocer grocerbut grooorbut grocerbut
but we do a strictly ctIy cash business businesshere buslnfJssherChlcgo businessheraChicago
here herChlcgo Chicago News
With en ese month remaining before the theend tJteend theend
end of the fiscal year the Treasury Treasuryshews Treasuryshows
shows 108 a deficit of practically J1000000QP J1000000QPJn woooo wooooJft IOOOOI IOOOOIlit
Jn round numbers the expenditures have haveexceeded havextteded haveexceeded
exceeded the receipts for the first eleven elevenmonths elevenmoot elevenmouths
months moot by that amount To be exact exactit e < act actIt
it is OTSt78lf OTSt78lfIndications 3S77S31Indications
Indications are that in one more moremonth mremoath uuremoath
moath the deficit will be fully 110000000 110000000However 1l8orJOnooHowever l1O1OOHowever
However It seems likely that it will be beconsiderably beCOIUIkIerably beconsiderably
considerably lower than the earlier earlierestimates earlierUmatea earlierestimate
estimates In some quarters which were wereas wereas wereas
as high as tt58000COO tt58000COOThe 1000000The SlGEOWOThe
The showing is chiefly interesting for forthe forthe forthe
the fact that it discloses > there Is some sometendency aometendency sometendency
tendency to improvement In conditions conditionsThe conditionThe conditionsThe
The customs receipt are ar beginning to topick topick topIck
pick up and while the Treasury in the themonth tIeoP1onth tijepnonth
month of May ran behind by tG4i3Ii8U tG4i3Ii8Uthe 615S6 615S6the 1i3tI5 1i3tI5the
the receipts showed a marked disposition dispositionto dlspo ttl on onI
to Improvement Improv ment Receipts for that thatmonth thatmonth thatmonth
I month amounted to 27872005 which is isabout 18abcut Isabout
about lttttOOA IOOOO5 OOIt more than > han those tl1 for the thefirst Ulefj theflist
first fj j < t eleven taonths of the last fiscal fiscalwtr Allealr fiscalyear
year > wtr r The internal revenue Is also on onthe onthe
the mend m nd this month showing an Im Improvement Im Iml imProvement ¬
provement l > of jver ver 1000000 lQOOO over May Mayo Mayof M r rof I
o of a year ago
When it conies Om < U t expenditures ndtturea it itcannot Itcannot ttcannot
cannot be said there the is inuch i uch rmrr tsarrant tsarrantfot arr nt ntfor t tfot
fot optimism Thetendency is for 4 them themto tJJ tJJto tbinto
to grow steadily For ITor the first t eleven elevenmonths dev cievtnmonths n nmontha
months they were ere MWO00e o nnd nd this thisleaves tlJ tlJleaves thisleaves
leaves out of account the Postofflce PostofflceDepartment Po PostofficeDepartment toff1ce toff1ceDeprtment
Department This figure is i about Ji JiOW0W 1OtJ8ft f fttse
OW0W higher than the corresponding correspondingperiod correspondllperlod corrsspontltngperiod
period periodThe perlodTIut periodThp
The civil war and u l navy expenses expell the thepensions tlepenSIons thepensIons
pensions bill and the public works york out outlay outlay outlay ¬
lay are all higher hlgh r than they were the Uieyear tteyear theyear
year before fore This is I not a particularly particularlyencouraging larUcuiartyencouraging particularlyencouraging
encouraging outiooltf for the economists economistswho ecornoml ecomomistswho l lwho
who are working in the direction of ofcutting otcutting ofcutting
cutting down the Government budget budgetTreasury budetlrea8ury budgetTreasury
Treasury officials however are con considerably cottmderably conelderably ¬
siderably encouraged over the upward upwardturn upwaidturn upwtitdturn
turn In the customs cua tOPUl > and they look lo losee 10see o olICe
see a steady improvement Up to date datethere datethere datethere
there has ha been little indication that the theAldrich theAldrich theAldrich
Aldrich tariff law will be mucH of a de departure departur departurfi ¬
parture from the Dingley that is not notenough notenough notenough
enough to accomplish much change in inthe Inthe Inthe
the revenues But the belief about the theTreasury tlelreaury thetreallry
Treasury Is s that with the bill out of the theway thewy theway
way business bu5ln will become f stronger strongerand el ronger rongerand > r rand
and importation increase In uonje uonjelines 80118Unes sOIIClines
lines of course where there are ex expectations expectations expectations ¬
pectations of reduced dutifs importa importations Importations Importstions ¬
tions arc ar beiiiK b ln held bai hak k but there Is Isno Isno isno
no evidence of any considerable tend tendency tendency tendracy ¬
ency of this kind
In the Mail Bag BagThe
The Times trill 111 accept for publi publicatIon publlcntitiei publication ¬
cation In Hi Hit Mall Has columns columnsshort columnshon columnsshort
short vigorous letter on questions questionsof quest oull oullor
of public Interest It t cannot un undertake unJ undcrdnke ¬
dertake 1t to publish letters exceed exccedinjr execedIOJ exceedlug
lug 2HO 0 word and reserves re er clI the therleht therIght theright
rIght rigidly to condense commu communication communlcntlon commuulcatlons ¬
nication vrhlch nr nr7 of greuter greuterleneth greuterJentlt greaterlength
length Letters must contain the thennntc thennme theuninc
nnntc and nddre address s of the writer tYrlterfbut writerbut writerbut
but these will Ill not be published If Ifrcyucf Ifrcucttt Itreqflest
rcyucf rcucttt t to that < mt effect Is made xnndeEditor madeEditor madeEditor
Editor The Washington Times TimesYour TimEsYour TimesYour
Your paper would do the greatest gr nt9t t good goodto gO gOto
to Washington both from a moral stand standpoint standpoint standpoint
point and on one of cleanliness ele nDne s if it would wouldadvocate wouldadvQcate wouldadvocate
advocate the doing away of alloys alloyswherever aUo alloyswherever s swhereer
wherever possible po lble These alleys are an anactual anactual anactual
actual curse to this beautiful city and andyet andyet andyet
yet your Commissioners Commissioners I am informed informedrefuse Informedrefuse informedrefuse
refuse topass to pass any subdivision unless unlessan
an alley is provided providedThese providedThese providedThese
These alleys are simply an invitation invitationf6r
for f r slovenly persons to throvj throv their theirrefjse thelt theltrelse theirrefise
refjse in More cost and labor is re1 re1quled re requlcd To Toquied
quled to keep the alleys in anything anythingnear anthlngnear anythingnear
near proper conditioh4J condftfo to care for forthe forthe fotthe
the streets I further believe that the theCommissioners theommissloners theomm1ssIoners
Commissioners are acting without legal legalright legalright legalright
right wiien they compel owners of ofground otground ofground
ground to put in these alleysand alleys and refuse refuseto refuseto
to pass the subdivision uptil it is done doneJt deneit donejr
Jt it the ground ua used d for alleys was used usedas useds usedits
as s the rear yards ards of property they would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be kept clean c1ea and with no expanse to tothe tothe tothe
the city Boston and other cities that thathave thathave thathave
have had experience with alleys l1es have havefound havefOlnd havefoend
found tliom to be b a great detriment detrimentLet detrimentLet detrimentLet
Let anyone who doubts this make an aninspection anInspection anInspection
inspection of the different alleys and see seeif seeif seeif
if they dont agree with my views viewsVery viewsVery viewsVery
Very truly trulyS
A law passed by Congress in 1006 1006appropriated 1006approprIated 1O6appropriated
appropriated 45000 for the expense of ofcondemnation otcondemnation ofcondemnation
condemnation proceedings in the substi substitution substitution substitutlon ¬
tution of minor streets for Inhabited Inhabitedalleys Inhabitedalleys inhabitedalleys
alleys Thai Th courts however declared declaredthe declaredtbe declaredthe
the assumption of the law that the en entire enUre entire ¬
tire cost of the proceedings should be beassessed beassessed beassessed
assessed against the adjacent property propertyowners propertyowners propertyowners
owners was unconstitutional unconstitutionalThe
The Commissioners at the last session sessionrecommended sessionrecommended sessionrecommended
recommended an amendment to the law lawwhich lawwhich lawwhich
which would permit the work but it itwas Itwas Itwas
was not adopted and they will renew renewtheir renewtheIr renewtheir
their recommendation in declining to topass topass topass
pass upon any subdivision unless pro provision provision provision ¬
vision is made for au alley the t e Com Commissioners Commissioners Cornmissioners ¬
missioners are carrying out Ahe the gen general goneral genera ¬
eral era plan or the city since Its founda foundation foundation foundation ¬
tion The regulations are constructed constructedas
as to practically prohibit building in inalleys Ina11es Inalleys
alleys so there isno Is no possibility of cre creating creating creating ¬
ating new slum conditions conditionsCapital condItionsI
i l
I Capital Tales TalesBMJBBRS T TalesM Ies I
1 1MEMBERS BMJBBRS of Cpngross learn some someL something j jtiling
L tiling every day If they care to totake totake I Itake
take the trouble to do so ana anaRepresentative anaRepresentative anaRepresentative
Representative Butler Ames of Massa Massachusetts MassacJuttetta Massachusetts ¬
chusetts has discovered that there Is at atleast atleast I
least one place in the Capitol where he hecannot hecannot i icannot
cannot enter merely beeau because e he hap happens hoppens ¬
pens to bo b a member of the House HouseMr Hou HouseMr e e1Ir II
Mr Ames went over to tile Senate Senateside senateside Senateside
side when the debate lagged in the theHouse theHoUtie theHouse
House to listen I ten to the tariff speeches speechesUpon speechesUpon speechesUpon
Upon arriving there he observed that
John Barrett Director of the Bureau Bureauof
of Amercan Republics accompanied accompanledbi accompanledbithree by bythree bj bjthree
three ladles was occupying the diplo diplomatic diplomatic diplomatlc ¬
matic gallery Ames and Barrett are areclose ur urcJose areclose
close friends so the former went up upto upto upto
to the gallery and joined the group groupWhen groupWhen groupWhen
When he entered entere the gallery the door doorkeeper doorkeeper doorkeeper
keeper was temporarily absent Ames Ameswas AmesW88 Amoswas
was engaged In animated conversation conversationwith
with his friends when the doorkeeper doorkeeperreturned doorkeeperreturned
returned and discovered dl his presence presenceThe presenceThe presenceThe
The attendant asked Ames to show him himany himany himany
any credentials credentl s he might have which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would entitle him to a seat in the thediplomatic thediplomatic thediplomatic
diplomatic gallery Mr Ames replied repliedthat repliedthat repliedthat
that he was a member of Congress and andthat andat andthat
that at therefore he had the right to In Invade Invade Invade ¬
vade every eve nook and cranny of the theCapitol thecapitol theCapitol
Capitol building buildingThe buUdlngA buildingThe
The doorkeeper dld not o agree with withAmes withAmes
Wii WiiAmes
Ames A and dr dro so o expressed e e himself I f Mr MrAmes MrArfies
Ames seemed emed inclined Inclfned to ignore the at attendant attendant attentlant ¬
tendant but the latter was insistent insistentso
so much so in fact that he finally or ordered ordered ordered ¬
dered Ames from the gallery By this thistime thistime thistime
time the member of the House was wasaroused wasarou wasaroused
aroused arou ed and declared that he would wouldtake wouldtake wouldtake
take the matter up with Secretary Ben Bennett Bennett Bennett ¬
nett The doorkeeper announced that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Bennett had nothing to do with the thematter thematter thematter
matter and that Mr Ames would be beAllowed beAllowed beallowed
Allowed to enter the gallery only upon uponshowing uponlllhowing uponshowing
showing a card o admittance from the theSecretary theSecretary theSecretary
Secretary of Stat By ijiis time the theincident theIncldeIt theincidert
incident had attracted the attention of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the entire Senate and rather than thancreate thancreate thancreate
create a scene Ames left the gallery gallerysiid gallery8ud galleryend
end a few moments later Mr Barrett Barrettand Harreltand Barrettand
and the three ladk lad 01 did likewise likewiseThe likewiseThe likewiseThe
The incident brought to light the fact factthat factthat factthat
that the Senate officials o tclals have no con control control control ¬
trol whatever over the diplomatic gal gallery gallery gallery ¬
lery If the doorkeeper of that par particular particular particular ¬
ticular gallery chooses to do so he could
deny a member of the
to enter it unless unle he carried a card of ofadmission otadm ofadmsIon
admission adm on from the Secretary of State StateSenator StateSen StateSenator
Senator Sen tor Lodge of Massachusetts not notonly noton notonly
only on I smokes cigarettes cl rettes but he enjoys enjoysthem enjoysthem enjoysthem
them themThe themThe themThe
The other day he passed through the thepublic thepUblic thepubhic
public part of the Senate restaurant not notmerely notmerelY notmerely
merely smoking a cigarette but Inhaling Inhalingit InhallnIt
it and puffing the smoke out of his hisnostrils hisROstrlls hisnostrils
nostrils in most Industrious fashion fashionEverybody fashionE7eryoody fashionEverybody
Everybody quit eating Senate pie and andsat andsat andat
sat at up to take notice
Business Senate SenateSo I ISo
So much has been heard since the titetar titetar1ft tar tarIff taritt
itt bill Lame up about the business bU6ln s ac activities a aU1Ues activlties ¬
tivities of United Stales Senators that thatan thatan thatan
an Eastern newspaper has made a acareful acareful acareful
careful compllaton and has found re results resuits e eSuits ¬
suits that are to say the least interest tnterejetThe IntereltI interestbusiness
The h business activities of Senators are areso areS areso
so marked in some instances that Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor Nelson a conservative member of ofthe orthe ofthe
the body took occasion some days ago agolions agoto agoto
to make some brief but pOinted obsera obseratJO observations
lions tJO 8 on the subject The compilation compilationalluded compUationaUudetI compilationalluded
alluded to discloses that the Senate has hasten hasten hasten
ten farmers four merchants mer hants twenty twentyseven twontJven twentynovell
seven ven corporation lawyers forty law lawyers lawyen lawyets ¬
yen without special leanings I twen twentyone twentyone twentVone ¬
tyone bankers bank r8 and holders of bank bankstocks banktOt bankstocks
stocks > tOt k eleven manufacturers nineteen tineteonboWers nineteenholder liineteenholders
holder of industrial storks six holders holdersof
of t steamship interests seventeen hold holders holders lioftiera ¬
ers of mining Interests htele t nine nineholdors holders of oflumber ofhlml oflumber
lumber hlml > er interests ts eight connected with withpublic withpublfc withpublic
public utility corporations nine owner ownerof owneni owneniot ownerSof
of largo tracts of land landAt landAt landAt
At least I > t twentytwo Senators are arerated arerated arerated
rated as millionaires and only ten are ararated ar arrated arerated
rated as a poor men while sixteen are In Indefinitely ludefinitely t tdefinitely ¬
definitely reported as a having corporation corporationleanings corporationleanings corporationleanings
leanings leaningsMISS leaningsMISS leaningsMISS
PORT HURON Mich May si 2LfIies 2LfIiesClara Ils IlsClara UM UMClara
Clara Emma McMorran daughter daQ ter of ofRepresentative orRepresentative ofRepresentative
Representative and Mrs Henry McMor McMorran IeMorran
ran of this city wan united in I mar marriage marriage marriago ¬
riage hero to Norman McKenzie of ofRegina otRe ofRegina
Regina Re < lna Saskatchewan formerly of oSl1r oSl1rula Sar Sarnia Sarida
ida Ontario The Th couple met when Mr MrMcKenxle MrlIeKtmsle MrMcKenzie
McKenzie resided in the Canadian city cityseveral cityseveral cityseveral
several months ago agoFallowing as asFallowing agFellowing
Fallowing the marriage ceremony ceremonywhich ceremonywhich ceremonywhich
which took place i h the handsome rest residence restdines l ld ¬
dines d nce of Representative Represent alive McMorran on onMilitary o onMilitary n nMlUtaY
Military MlUtaY street a 5 reception r eptlon to 300 O guests guestswas itue guestswas ts tswaa
was given by b Mr Ir and lire McMocran 1leMotmnand McMocranand
and Mr and Mrs McKenzie McICenzleMr
Mr and Mrs MrsllcKenzl McICenzk left met l evening tevennJfor eveningfor
for Regina R lna where Mr McKenzie lIcI < enzle is isknowii Iskncill Isknnwt
knowii as one of the prominent attor attorneys attorneys attorneys
neys of that city
The Secretary S r t y of the th NaY George Georgevon c GeOiBvon 9rge 9rgeon
von on L Meyer was 2S host today at ficlt ficlteon itickeon lck lckeon
eon at his rosldanoe on onScotl Scott Circle in inHonor 11 11honor inhonor
Honor of Vice Admiral Baron Sotoktehl SotoktehlUriu Sotokleh1Urlu SotokichiUriu
Uriu of the Japanese Navy who is vis visiting vialUng visIting ¬
iting tho Japanese Ambassador In the thecompany tbecompany thecompany
company Invited to meet Baron Urtu Urtuwere Ut1uwere Uriswere
were the Japanese Ambassador Baron BaronTakahlra BaronTakahlra BaronTakahlra
Takahlra Admiral Dewey U S N Nseveral Nsovera1 Nseveral
several of the naval attaches of the va various varIous vanoun ¬
rious embassies and legations and one oneor oneor oneor
or two others to totbe the number of twenty twentyin
in all allRepresentative allRcprescntathe allRepresentative
Representative and Mrs Weeks the theformer theformer i iformer
former a member of the class of 1SS1 at atthe atthe I Ithe
the U S Naval Academy at Annapolis Annapolisof I Iot
of which Baron Urlu Is also al oa a graduate graduatewill graduatewlIl graduatewill
will entertain at a large reception In Inhonor Inhonor I
honor of the distinguished visitor this thisevening thI thisevening l levening
evening eveningMrs eveningMrs i
oI I
Mrs Barbour Entertains EntertainsMrs Ent rtains I IMrs
Mrs James F Barbour entertained at atdinner atdinner atdinner
dinner last evening evenlngn in honor of Capt Captrand Captand i
and Mrs Reginald i Nicholson U S SN SN SN
N the formal forn having just returned returnedfrom returnedfrom returnedfrom
from a tour arovnd it nd the world with the thefleet theneat thetieet
fleet The other guests were ere Mr and andMre amiMls andMrs
Mrs John Sidney Webb Mr and Mrsiv MrsivFrederick Mrs MrsFrederick lrs lrsFredericJt
Frederick BarboUr Captain and Mrs MrsLogan MrsJOJan MrsLogan
Logan Tucker Miss l1issllumphrey Humphrey Mr MrChllds MrChilds MrChllds
Chllds of Pittaburg Mr Wimvood o oNew of ofNew ofNew
New York Y rk rk and Lieutenant Price PriceMr r rj rMr
4 4Mr + j
Mr and Mrs Preston Gibson who whowent wbowent whowent
went over to New York Saturday morn morning n1ornIng mornlog ¬
ing for the weekend are expected Xpeot d to toreturn tore1urn toreturn
return to the city tomorrow evening eveningMrs evanlngt evanlngMrs evenIngMrs
Mrs A ennett Gates ot Indianap Indianapolis IndlanapollsformerlY ¬
olis ollsformerlY olI formerly Miss MI s Lena Homonway is isspending Is Inspending
spending a few days In Washington Washingtonwith Washingtonwith Washingtonwith
with her parents former ormer Senator and andMrs andMrs adMrs
Mrs Hemenway at atthe the Portland PortlandI PortlandMiss PortlandMiss
I 1Miss
Miss Nellie GIttlngs is the guest of ofMrs o of311s
J Freeman Rasln Ra in In her home homeIn ho limoslit e
In Baltimore Md ld
Or OrColonel + J w wColonel
Colonel J D Jones accompanied ncoompf 1fi1 By Byhls byhi
hi hls niece Miss 11I8511oy Mis May Marshall l1 rshnnW wllliJSavor wllliJSavorWashington wilt tTlJ leave leaveVashington > a NO NOWashington
Washington tomorrow for forCity Atrariflc AtrariflcCity Atft ifle ifleCity
City where here they will 111 spend several severalceks seQraloeks sthera1neeks
neeks neeksGoes ceks ceksGoes
Goes t to to Richmond RichmondMrs
Mrs Mr Louis Hankins has closed her
In the Westmoreland and andWill andf1Il andviIl
Will viIl leave Washington In a day da or two twotor twot twoQr
tor t Qr Richmond Va where she sh will spend spendit spendaportlon
it portion ort1on of the suirmer suirmerThe surrmerThe suirinerThe
The marriage of Miss Marie Quill Quilldaughter QuilllluJhter Quilldaughter
daughter of Mu Mt 11 and Mrs Thomas M MQuill MQuill MQuill
Quill of Capitol Hill to J Taylor Bran Branson Branson Branson ¬
son of thiN city ci will take place to tor to tomorro tomorrow
r morrow morning at 10 oclock In St StJosephs stJosephs StJosephs
Josephs Catholic Church ChurchGeneral ChurchUr ChurchMr
Ur and Mrs Eugene Hendlpy and andGcner andGeneral
General l MacKenzie left Washington WashingtonSaturday WashingtonSaturday VaShingtonSaturday
Saturday for Norfolk orroll They will Ve Veturn return ireturn
turn to Washington tomorrow tomorrowMr
Mr r and Mrs hs D C Robertson have havegiven havetdvon havegIven
given up their apartment In the West W6tmoreland Westmoreland Westmoreland ¬
moreland and have taJten t Jtm possession cf cftheir c ctbt1Jr citheftr
their place In Cleveland Park for the thesummer theummer thesuthmer
summer summerCaptain ummer ummerCaptain
i 1 1Captain
Captain and Mrs S V Horriman arb arbspending arbspending arhspending
spending several weeks In Cleveland ClevelandOhio CleveUidOhio Cievelai1dOhio
Ohio OhioCol OhioCol OhioCol
Col John R R Williams T7 US4 SA 4 loft loftWashington lolLWashington I
Washington last dining 1 nInJ for pr Chicago Chicagoto
to join Mrs Williams whorls who rib the guest guestof
of their th lr soninlaw and daughter Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Joseph W Leiter LetterEngagement LeiterI LeiterEngagement I Ii
i I it itI itEngagement I
Engagement Announced AnnouncedJohn AnnouncedJohn AnnouncedJohn
John Moylan of Baltimore Baltimore announces announcesthe annt anzuuncesthe unces uncesthe
the engagement of his 11I daughter Miss MissNellie Mls MlsNellie IJsSNeme
Nellie E Moylan of Washington w wE 0 0E oB >
E Reardon Buckler of Maryland The Thewedding Thewedding Thewedding
wedding will take place Monday June
21 1 at t the rectory Qf St Aloysrus AloysrusChurch Aloys AloysChurch itS itSChurch
Church ChurchMr Church1lr ChurchMr
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Mr and Mrs William Payne Meredith Meredithand Meredith Meredithand Meredithand
and Mrs Merediths sister Miss Anna AnnaPortner AnnaPortner AnitaPortner
Portner are spending a few ow days lit litAtlantic 1i1AUantlc litAtlantic
Atlantic City CityMr CityMr
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Mr and Mrs W W Brewton eels celebrated eelebratoed eelsbrated ¬
brated the twentyfifth anniversary of oftheir Ittheir oftheir
their marriage Saturday evening at the theresidence theresidence theresidence
residence of their son and daughterin daughterinlaw
law Mr and Mrs W r H Brewton of ofGeorgetown otGeorgetown ofGeorgetown
Georgetown the occasion also being the thebirthday thebirthday thebirthday
birthday of W V H Brewton BrewtonFour BrewtonFour BrewtonFour
Four generations were represented representedamong r representedamong prQSontedamong
among the guests An orchestra played playedthroughout playedthroughout playedthroughout
throughout the evening and an elabor elaborate elaborate elaborate ¬
ate supper was served In the dining diningroom tUningroom dinIngroom
room which was effectively decorated decoratedwith dccoratadwith decoratedwith
with palms and sweet peas peasT peasCharles peasCharles
T + t tCharles >
Charles Henry Butler who wb > ha bas been beenspending beenspending beenspending
spending several days in Tew ew York Yorkwith Yorkwith Yorkwith
with Mrs Butler has returned T6t rned to toWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington Mrs Butler ButJ will join
him here IJer in a das er two They The u were < jU1e ere
the guest gnats ef Mrs Butlers moftier m lber
Mrs Ethan Plaggi PlaggiTo FlaggTo DInggTo
To Visit West Point PointMiss PointlJ PointMiss
Miss lJ Lillian Baxter BU IIIill will leave Wash Washington WashI WashIngton ¬
ington I n Thursday Thur Jay fur West V t Point where whereshe whtlfeshe whereshe
she will iU spend several weeks the guest guestof bU gutof st stoC
of friends friendsGen
oi oiGen Si SiGas
Gen William F Marshall and Mri MriMarshall MraMarshall Ir IrManmal1
Marshall left Washington 1Va hlngton this morn morning mornIng mornlag ¬
ing for Gettysburg Pa for a short shortst shortstay
st stay 8tayIn ty
tyMiss +
Miss In Katherine I < Carter Crltcher who
has spent the winter with her broth brotherinlaw brothrInlaw brotherinlaw ¬
erinlaw and sister Surgeon and Mrs
Gatewood will l lqav ave Washington In Ina Ina ina
a few days for New N w York from where whereffho wheretho
ffho he will sail on S Stut inrday ¼ iay for Europe EuropeMrs Europei EuropeMrs
i Si SiMrs >
Mrs Walter Wells will entertain ont rtaln a aparty apartJ aparty
party partJ at bridge followed by a small Uahi UahiLos
i0 loa Los so her n1 apartment In the Koflham
beau this afternoon afternoonDr aft oon oonI1r
afternoonSi ooni
i Si SiDr
Dr and Mrs ReId Hunt will leave leaveWashington ie iaveWashiuion ve veYublnon <
Washington n ftelC tx week for Atlantic
City where where they VBl wtft wln spend sevrsl sevrslweeks li sOvralweeks ral ralweeks
weeks weeksMrs weeksMrs J JMrs
Mrs Young of Hampton aV who whohas whohas
has been the guest of Mrs Shard for forseveral torseYeral forseveral
several weeks has returned to her herTiome Iternome liarhome
nome TiomeGen nomeGen homeGen
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Gen and Mrs Green Clay Goodlie Goodliehave GqQdl18 GqQdl18have GodhIchave
have closed their Washington restfiance reattIlnceand reaflinctand restfianceand
and have opened their country plade in inMaryland inMaryland
Maryland MarylandHannte 11 MarylandHaunts al71andHahn
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Haunts Hahn Taylor former form mlnlst mnist4i f to toSpain toSpain toSpain
Spain wil leave Waitolmrton Wednesday Wednesdayfor VedneSdnytor
for Warm Spring Ga He will protfctfaly protfctfalybe
be accompanied by Mrs Taylor ind indMrs t tMJec id idMisc
MJec Ta Taylur TaylurMrs hl hlMrS
Mrs William Wheatley Vh atlcYwiUsal1ltii will sail irpm irpmNew fr6inNew n nNew
New York In a day or two for Europe Europeto
to spend the summer summerS summerMrs summerlfrs summerrrs
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Mrs rrs Thomas M Chatard who has hasboon hasbeen t tbeen
been spending some time In Baltimore Baltimorewill Baltimorewill Baltimorewill
will return to Washington about Wed Wednesday Wednetf 4 4nesday
netf nesday ay evening or 0 Thursday fh rsday morning morningInformal morningInformal morningInformal
Informal Luncheon LuncheonThe
The British Ambassador and Mrs MrsBryce MrsBryce I
Bryce entertained entertaJ ed informally at bun luncheon buncheon ¬
cheon today at Iii the embassy for theirhouse theirhouse their theirhouse
house guests Canon and Mrs Henson Hensonof Bensonof
of f New York
General Wotherspoon Wothel8P Qn Is spending sp ndlng sev several several seeeral ¬
eral days Jn n Gettysburg Pa PaGeneral PaGenoral PaGeneral
General and Mrs Irs Wotherspoon will willclose wl11close wiltclose
close their Washington residence about aboutthe a aboutthe out outthe
the middle middleof of June and amIgo go to their cot cottage cottage cottage ¬
tage at Jamestown R L I for the th re remainder remainder remainder ¬
mainder of the summer summerj summerAt summerAt
f Si SiAt j
At Chevy Chase Club ClubMrs CI ChubMrs b bMrs
Mrs Roscoe RoscoeC C Bulmer entertained a aparty apartY aparty
party Informally at dinner last evening eveningat J Jat
at the Chevy Chase Club Her guests guestswere guestsvere1IajO guestswore
were vere1IajO Major and Mrs Richard WilliamsMiss WilliamsMiss Williams WnUamsM
Miss M ss Miller of Baltimore Miss 1155 vander vandergrlft VltndergrlCt Vitfldesgriut
grlft Lieutojant Lleut ant OsteThaus Ost rhaus and Major MajorHorton dajorHorton ajor ajorHorton
Horton HortonMr HortonMr HortonMr
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Mr and Mrs Nathaniel Simpkins were wereamong wereamong wereamong
among the dinner hosts ho ts at the Chevy ChevyChase ChevyCha ChevyChase
Chase Cha > e Club last evening eveningJ eveningThe eveningThe
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The Spanish Minister Senor Pina was washost wasboet washost
host at luncheon yesterday in oomph compliment compllment oomphmeat ¬
ment to Representative and Mrs Tay Taylor Taylor Taybr ¬
lor of Ohio The additional guests were werethe werethe werethe
the Charge dAffaires d of Colombia and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Guzman the former Cuban Minis MlnisIneColsgair Mlnlst Ministgr
t tgr r and Mme de ti Quesada Miss Us Rather Rather1I1e Katlierme
IneColsgair 1I1e Jolsrnrr Ioisgttn of Philadelphia Phila lphla ahouse ahouseguest kthonseguest honse honseguest
guest of Mrs Taylor the military at atISonora attaches attaclies
taches oC t1e Spanish legatIon and andS6n andn
ISonora S6n n ra de Urcullu V G Valdez and andthe andtbe andthe
the second secretary of the legation legationDon legationDon legatlonDoa
Don Manuel Walls WallsMr WansMr
Si SiMr s
Mr and Mrs lrs P Lee Phillips enter entertained enteTtalned entertamed ¬
tamed a party Informally in at dinner last lastevening lastevening lastevening
evening at attbe the Chevy Chase Club ClubMr ClubMr ClubMr
Mr and Mrs Irs Thomas Gaff entertained entertainedat entertainat
at dinner last 1aatevenlng 1aatevenlngoi evening eveningMiss eveningSi
oi oiJf58 Si Si1Iiso
Miss Eleanor Terry Tor was hostess h at a adinner adh adhthor
dinner dh er party last evening at Chevy ChevyChase Chev ChevCJlase ChevyChase
Chase Club ClubI
3 3Dr
I Dr Alma C Arnold rn 1d who is spending spendingsome spendingsoma spendingI
I I some time In New York Is entertaining entertainingMilfe entertainingMLs
Milfe 1 Clara Barton at the Nevadbs s Dr DrArnold DrArnold r rArnold
Arnold was a8 hostess at a reception in inI inbonor inhonor
I honor of MIne Barton Bat + yesterday yesterdayJ csterda csterdaJ
J A Kratz of Washington is spend spending spendIn spending ¬
ing In some time at the Homestead Hot HotSprings HotSprings HotSprings
Springs Va VaTea VaTea VsTea
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Tea at Friendship FriendshipMr
Mr and Mrs John R McLean enter entertained entertained entertamed ¬
tained at a 5 oclock tea yesterday rest rday at atFriendship atFriendship atFriendship
Friendship their suburban home The Theguests Theguests Theguests
guests were received by Mr and Mrs MrsMcLean MrsMeJ4edn
McLean McI ln on the lawn south s uth of the beau beautiful beautltul beautiful ¬
tiful old house The tea table was lai laiol laiolunder latlunder < l lunder
under a cluster of taH taUireos trees and music musicwas musicwas musicwas
was furnished during durin the afternoon by bythe bythe bYthe
the Hungarian Band
First in the Sunday Evening Editipn EditipnYesterdays Ed tipn tipnYesterdays
Yesterdays Sunday evening edition of The TheTimes TheTimes TIzeTimes
Times contained I fr frW tv s sW
W v M I Wiiiamsbns absorbing story stor of L The Feminine Da Damon DamOR Damon ¬
mon and Pythias showing sh win how the love of one woman trans transferred transferred trausferr1 ¬
ferred the life of Mrs Tom Pierce a dashfag ociety leader leaderFirst leaderI leaderFirst
4 4FIrst I
First announcement was made m de that the tl1 Sugar trust t would wouldbo would1m wouldbe
bo forced by by the Interstate Iflterstate Commerce Commission to make up uppayments uppayments uppainenth
payments of large sums that have been exaoted from the rail railroads railroads railroads ¬
roads for many years rearsull i ii ta ttui1
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i tui1 ull details of the Philadelphia PhI1a 6IDhl8 street oar strike inoludlnithe including includingthe ii iithe
the walkout of many additional employs employsDetailed eniDIQ othDioe othDioeDetailed j jDetailod
Detailed accourifenof acco nt < of the havoc wrought tt bjr rtb ih tha cyclone In in the theWestern theWestern
I IWestern
Western States StatesJames
1 1James
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James Hay jrs story storot sot of Tafts busy day dayin in Pittsburg PittsburgCheering PittsburgCheering
5 5Cheering
Cheering words of the thedpl3gs doings of members of the Chamber Chamberof
of Commerce on their th ir excursfoa 6X ursibn to Old Point Poi 1t Comfort Comftrtand find nU Nor Norfolk NorfoUt Norfolk ¬
The story of the failing sailing sailingofthie of the flower boat Maine down downthe downthe downthe
the Potomac as a tribute tri ute to those who died at sea during durl g the thecivil thecivil theclvii
civil war Also other celebrations crlebrations clebrationsof of Memorial Day DayCable DayCable J JCable
Cable Cable reports of the stir aroused in inGermllny Germany by Aldrichs Aldrichstalk 4Jdrlehstalk Aldrichstalk
talk in the Senate Saturday Sat rday of how ocean trafiScMrom trare1c romtfarsel1 romtfarsel1les Marseil Marseilles Marseilhas ¬
les has been tied up by the strike of Carnegies C fears of r war waron waron waron
on all sides sidesDeath sidesDo sidesDeath
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Death Do th of DrW Dr W V Blsohoff Washingtons noted blind organ organThere organist organlet
There were nccounis of many Jnan other otherInteresting Jtcr611t1DJ nod impocinnt events eventsIn
In yeHterdnyVi eMt rdn paper The articles nr1 clf1 given above are only onl n few ie of those thoseihut tho thoseflint e ethut
flint might be mentioned us evidence why whyITPAYS wh whITPAYS J JIT

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