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The Star 38258 38258SENATE 38258SENATE 38 258 258SENATE
The select committee COIaIIIi of the Senate Senateto
to look into the increase in prices pnees AM AMthe aM aMthe andthe
the high hig cost of living IIg has been palsiedIts named namedIts JIaJIMdIts
Its announcement anou t contains ne a particu particular paTt CII CIIJar ¬
Jar surprises q Seneca Lodge of il5asaaehnsPt Xasaa Xasaaehtisetts laehtl
ehnsPt ehtisetts htl ttg to is j at thejtead of it The other otherRepublican otllerRppuMifta tierReptiMlean
Republican members bers are Senators Galinger Gal Galiin aI aIlingfOr
iin lingfOr er IbfcCumber Smoot and Gtawford Craw Crawiord Crawfor
ford for The Democratic members Hrs are areSenators areSfonators arenattrs
Senators nattrs Simmons and Clarke of ArIcansas Ar Arkansas Arkansas ¬
kansas kansasSenator IcansasSenator
Senator nator Etknts EIk ekairHmn in of f the Ix Interstate Ixtfrstate Ixterstate ¬
terstate Commerce Coss eree Gmnmittee C wsiftet who in introduced i itrodu introduced ¬
troduced trodu d the original I Iwho reaordliou and andwhose aidchose
who whose resolution ut Oll reap was the foundation foundationior f ffor
for the one which the Senate finallyadapted finally aailyid Uy Uyad
adapted ad pt pted was not put OH the commit committee COIIIitt eonmittee ¬
tee t fOe Senator tor EHcimv EIk has shown some somedisposition SOMetiispositioJI o e edispositioa
disposition tq independence inch h IL e of the SeA Settate Senate SeAt ¬
ate t 1 leadership p and it was as apparent appuelltirom apparentfrom apparentfrom
from the outset that he would W besated be beshunted betlted
shunted tlted to eae side if the leaders cowW cowWeffect eeulclffftt ceetidefeet
effect It Itcommittee t He was tIlS sot wanted ea thecommittee the thecommittee
committee committeeIt I Icontrol
It CA cxaa De Mea wit with half ax eye that thatt tllattnt
tnt t ire committee ee is tarieidy idy 1Itoer 1Itoernntrol the thee
e control ntrol of f Senators who are committed committedabsolutely coitW1bsolut eosaasiUedabolutlly
absolutely 1bsolut > ly to exalted tariff schedules schedulesX sehedulpw uJes uJesF
X w Fu Ellwand F knd gets ts two members on thermnttee the thei ecomm
comm i mmatee ttfe Senators Lodge MM MId Calling Galthigrr
rr r Tl Three TIr ree of the committee cmM ttee Senators SenatorsLodge Sftaa SftaaLOOgt SenatorsLodge
Lodge > McCumber ft and a Smoot are areirrmbers aftmrm1Mrs aremembers
members of the e Finatt Finance a Committee Committeeand cuit cuitnd Coma ittee itteegn
gn and nd 1 helped prepare the tariff hifl 1IiIIllfported They Theysupf Theysupported
supf supfout supported n 011 the door II IIut Faaoa and anditt
out ut of ofio yen oa aM ea eaa not be expectedio expected
io admit now now ti tiforts tt there are any ay ayf de defccts
forts f Ot s hi it it Senator Gallmper r i iJugh aNeigh a aJ
Neigh J gh tariff Man Senator Crawforduas Crawford
was supposedly a tariff revioionitt ft iE te when whente
te e came to Wasiiegton Wasnington Was i but in theaiff the theHrifT teR
HrifT R riff suasion s he so far sunk his objee objeens cMtjeen5 ob jee jeens
> ns to high rates of duty iy as to toor vote voteor voteor
or the th tariff bilL He has lately made madea
a 1 spetch silt I dt in the Senate in which dt he helagel Jela helargely
largely la gfl v abfioired the tariff iari < from f biamc wefor bhnaneTar biamcfor
for Tar high h prices prices7ui pricesTo
To t Yr ° eea te 1 a aJ foregone eon eoni
J 7ui i frc z CI = i the outset that there will willr willip
ip p r ipariial i rlial inquiry worthy of of thetp the therrme tilenf
rrme nf tp mi ito the hearing of the the lariff lariffsthritthr NilfK
st sthritthr K = sn n high prices To the n ex extent extent x xtent ¬
tent thai the tariff is thus shielded shieldedT3 shieldedanf lded ldeda
a anf T3 not nsamined iw4 into carefully and andimpartiaMy a aJJllpartiiaHy andlapartially
impartiaMy the investigation j t Oll from nNII twr the therut
rut r ltit at < set is a farce It is true the Senatev Senate te teothlf
os v othlf > 1utio iota > i Mentions Je hr IIt ntiors Oll5 the e tariff taritras as a salt sufcrt saltt sibect
ect rt < t to I hw tOft considered ed but this is utter utterly 1Ittea1y tsttaiF ¬
ly negatived T1e atiwod by 1 yt the failure fai to appoint appointa appoiatctmtiiw
a committee on which ich all shades ofopinion of ofopinion ofopinioa
opinion are fairly represented representedSHALL IY repreaent M MSHALL d dSHALL
H nbrr ar who has introduced ind in ind i id j
d Lepshvtwre a bill pro proT prothe I
T the r death tll penalty Jll in i this thislie daist thishe
t 1 < if lie abolished oI 8i has entereditk entered enteredTtitli eliteiMith
Ttitli ith iiry il rc nonchalance upon a at oues ouestin tines tinestinn I I
tin t Ion which has occupied the thehught beat beatbought 1testhhtJght
bought of the day without wwtm finding findingAny findingn i
Any m n satisfactory or eonduslve eo answerOur answer answerOur aaswerOur
Our advancing advu wa eiviBzation is earry earryijr earrylg carry1g i
1g ijr with it into every Y walk of life a aTivr aInf aTnsr i
Tivr II humane sentiment SPIIti and the atti7iin atti attiiI aUil I
iI l 7iin of the best authorities tMrit en the theiTj the1tl ae aep
° < 1tl iTj iet rt of penology p in all its rantili rantiliitvins t ttnsiLLLat il ilt
t LLat itvins Ir has undergone lIl a tranfoimatiLn transforma transformation tnusfOlMlajon ¬
tion jon within the Jut few years Ixteveiand In InCleveland 111Cpf
Cpf Cleveland > and we w lad the chief of police policepracticing peIicepractie policepracticing
practie practicing and a advocating what he healls ecalls hecalls
calls the 1te Golden B Rule e system s the thebasis Utebasis thebasis
basis of which whit i i5 that arrests shall be beroad benUl1e bemade
road only 1 in aggravated a ruxied Yted eas eases t acid acidthat aadthat aJMlthat
that police officers shH exercE ex as asenlibtened aaenligltteMd auien1igbteen
enlibtened d discretion In lii Mlaeouti Mlaeoutihe owri owrithe ri ri1t
the 1t he > innmtec of the tlMs State penitentiary penitentiaryrr
s pre rr r jio Vrnger to be ftqU required i uiigd 1WI to to wear wearsriy wearas
sriy S s except t as a poaish poaishM paaisltewt pu nisbnsest II IIfo I
fo M 1 I iHc 1 tic inatances II Not o wnce Mt John How Howh5 i ii
i < l burrowed h5 + ewed into the jail system systemrxpoaed 8Y systemn
n 111 < 1 exposed 08fd the i conditions ORs which 1I bred bredf
3 1 irr < f instead i f ftf rrfurmrmg the tilet ricions ricionshis vieiosish
h his there t been soen an e1attt e1atttm emaneipation emaneipationrrm
rrm lm m the intrrndiiJ logyiMn that theSaw the theJaw tJeea
Jaw a w was as not only ty vindictive v hut Wl nt ntlinmaiM iiN iiNlmmatw
linmaiM l nl1n aamponndtd P Jlof of the lea WxIhl taKonit taKonitiil
a < > iil brutal etnpidHy tyTh V VThe
The Th > juvenile le and probation oII cavorts cavortsiar coinsarr
iar 11 justifiedthenMefvea juetiiird1 juetiiird1er juetified tieasael ee wer wherever er r theyT tit titIrp they
31i Irp Tf T bee been ertablinVd w J and ewn wherecpr where wheregrnv w ere ererlr
grnv rlr cpr > r crimes are involved the 4ean 4eanlintnc teaaaljfa jeait
t aljfa d jean of today are ate rc to be given a achance alun acta
chance chanceRut cta lun nee neeltnt e eRllt
Rut only a aitpprorieaJry tinb IIpirit wend any anyt y yfltPro
fltPro itpprorieaJry t that capital pssss punish 1IIeIIt eoeNtsinuld 1IIeIItI in > ut utsnould
snould I u 1d be holijhcd al G r t tl entirely entirelyExperience 81tift1yExperieMe
Experience leas shown tlJatUie tlJatUieItjn the abe ahoIiti abeliien
Iiti liien Itjn > n of the death pnmHy pea 4sos 4 M not notTxvossariry JI8Jl lastnil
Txvossariry Jl nil scarily mean mercy far the tIient1 omen omenr erimalready
nt1 r al ha point of fari fart the death tit pea peaty pea
a ty t y already m y been dished a < ilished inmom in inthe ia1I1t11YItA
1I1t11YItA mom the civilized eumitriea of the therh tINtwlrltl theworld
world bat they at nafroated with witJtdOllWe withh
rh h > donMe dOllWeiih1 emhamtMinenl ennxenineisi o of havimj havimjthiNil y yikil
thiNil ikil to reimjt the pnrentage Jlfrut e ofrime of ofviino oft
t rime illH or to tolui t fd a JINI ftfUl altlfsehmtive altlfsehmtivefur
fur the extreme penalty Catherine
1 f
J the Great abolished the death d th penalty penaltyin P I1aItyin >
in Russia R but under der the fictions of ofmary oflllartial ofltaartiI
lllartial Jaw la 01 a state of siege SWIl emAmary I
mary exeetttione roI 011p are more frequent frequentthan frecpteatthan fleqtteDttllaa
than in those i countries where capital capitalponsmment capitalpaiiaiment
pant is eonf eonfedeedly eedly ly retained retainedThe retainedThe I
The death penalty has been abolished abolishedm Wi6ltedill
m ill Italy bit solitary eonSnemeiit luMeBtMs has hasbeen lnasbees i i1tfta
been mbetiUtted in those eases wherethe where wherethe wwe1tit
the greatest est severity H erity is imposed and andthe a4tile aw awthe
the yieti victims almost without exception exceptiongo except excepttt
mad tt in i few F FThe
go is a years yearsThe YNrsTIle
The deadly current and the bang Ilettgxena bangency 111 111JI8Me
xena noose My a 8nitaJ tend tendeasy
easy bat bu at this stage of the worlds worldsof worldspesgrt
pesgrt > s at least II hoot of t States Siieof
of this country the vengeance v of man mancertain JIMUtot mssis
is ot y yet 1 ready y t staT its hand when wIteJteerlaia whencertain
certain crimes are committed committedINTEREST eoBNIIitWINTEREST eemelittedINTEREST
It is with considerable eor aderable raiJi satisfaction flRti8iaetioJltleRt eetisfactionbait satisfactionthat
that we e note the formation olt among amongwomen a aWONeII amongwomen
women of the District D of an orgaxizatics organisa organisation wiza wizat ¬
tics t Oll for tbe t tbebetteruieatt betterment of civic con conditions eoIIditio conditions ¬
ditions s in Washington Ta8Iti It would seem seemthat seeJIItJeat seemthat
that the women ca have taken the tJteeourse wisest wisestcourse wiecatoitse
course in having lea vi an or argajmatioH ± aitioJt of ofin eftllrir oftheir
their own instead Df k knoekiag 1If at the tJtedoers thedoers
doers of tile various aEEDsnt asooejwtiotas olls fax JIOWi faxin
in i existence exi tellee and a composed exclusively exclusivelyof
of men menWashington MeIIT menWashington
Washington T is much better WtereI WtereIenJJy off e gen genI geaorally
I orally speaking speak than many other cities citiesThis citiesThis es esThis
This condition however weYer weYert weYerWIt t was WIt not notbrought Jtota1 factbrotight
brought about without arduous us work workon
on the part of the various otgaiwa otgaiwations oc ocganiaatines aia aiaOIts
tines which iel are dedicated dMkt to the i iprovemcnt ipIOVCJIMlIt > n nproveinrnt
provemcnt of the city There remains remainsa relili relilia
a vast amount IUIMMI ef work to be d din 4IoM 4IoMi done donein
in i fact there always will will be plenty of ofwork ofwori ofwork
work for tins dozers eitnens tiaells who w wish the thecity tJtemy thecity
city to remain r ia in the foremost t of ofAmerican clweriea ofAmerican
American municipalities municipalitiesThere 1I1I eifMt1itwsTItert
There is a distinct digi et field for public pubiicspirited JMlWicspirited publicited
spirited ited women in this work of mu municipal mnaecipal a aipll ¬
nicipal ipll improvement ilBplO ellleltt and the beet way wayto wayto wayto
to develop yeJop that t acid is is t y 7elort organized organizedeffort orgaxizedeffort
effort There is no seed c of and a proba probably ptOMhly probably ¬
bly will not be eonfiiet e et between the theorganizK t1etor theorganize
organize or D Zk ons of the men > and that of ofthe oft ofuse
the women On the other ba heard d there thereshould tlteresINK thereshould
should be and probably win be Iterlieet the theheartieet theheartiest
heartiest rlieet cooperation cooperationTake eeoperatiOllTake
Take the matter of phv playgrounds roends for forinstance forMtaaee forixstaaee
instance No one knows kxowsbetter better ltet r than tit titMOtMr a amother amother
mother the value of these playgrounds playgroundsmany playgroVlMisTIle
TIle stllllr ii true of tM alleys aM of ofyother ofmast
many mast yother other problems confronting eoaf th thDistrict Ute UteDiet theDhetrict
District Diet ct in i all of which Jan the women of ofWashington ofWasi ofWashington
Washington Wasi OII could interest themselves themselvesto t tiieasselves tiieasselvesto ves vesie
to great reAt advantage advantageWe ad a aw
We w welcome 1eoMe into the ranks of or organized orJ orgaxezed ¬
ganized J civic civie betterment t t workers the thewoen tiletMtw thewoha
woen woha tMtw of the District and look for 10etter abetter a abetter
better city as a result Jt of their efforts effortsROOT eloruROOT effortsROOT
It is probable the hi last t has been bee beeMnI beenheard
beard of the Boot amendwent ai cud neat to 9 the theenee tltepeMal thepo
po peMal tai S4L savings Malt billrAt a confer conference CJOI er ereMe
enee at tha ti White W1 te House attended a by bythe bye hr hrthe
the President and a number of tl t the theSenate e eSeMte e eSenate
Senate leaders s along with Chairman ChairmanWeeks CltainRtutfks CiairmaxWeeks
Weeks fks of the House Committee CoIl Uee on onPmtofftees ontllis onPbetoffiees
Pmtofftees this decision was 0 reached reachedAnother r rAaotIMr reachedAnother
Another result r lt of the eonfereaee tMIf MIf was wasthat wastllat wasthat
that it was s decided to make ke ax IU effort effortto eKort eKortto
to get et all the friends of postal savings savingslegislation M Mt savingslegi
legislation legi hation t Oll together ther oa G common ground groundand grou groualld groundand
and thus seek to insure enactment enactmentWith eaaetaientWith ftt fttWlta
With tmfPresident tM t inserting i on the thepostal th thpostal tlMt08ta1
postal savings savi s legislation tioR and the dif 411feulties difficulties diiAeult5ts ¬
ficulties of the bill in some measure measuresmoothed Me8WeSMOOthed e esmoothed
smoothed over by the recent r t confer conference eoafernee conferepee ¬
nee the outlook for the t passage of a ameasure are aorsure
measure re is distinctly improved The Thedeosioii n ndeCistoa Thedeaeiox
deosioii to withdraw w the Root amend amendment aMelMlis atiend1ent ¬
ment 7s is wise wane and timely It provided providedfor
for die investment of the funds collected col collected 001lected ¬
lected in i the postal I savings MT BgS banks in inj inGoYera hiGoverntnent
Qovernment GoYera t bonds It was highly 1 y objeetien ob objeettonebfe
jeettonebfe jeetien 1ioe 4e to all those t members of ofCongress ofCongress
Congress effi who w o fear that unless care is istaken istaRS istaken
taken the postal funds fvds will drift into intoa
a few great banking ki centers It could couldnot cou1d1tOt couldnot
not bav passed pL the Senate At least leastSenator leastSenator
Senator Carter Car r who w o isis i charge of the thebill tJtebill thebill
bill on the boor came to that t conclu conclusion conclusion ¬
sion and so advised dv f T the President rr Rt The Thederate Thedeem
deem t t drop r it does not entirely entirelydear lltirelv entirelyclear
dear the t path tlt of s4 obstacles txdes to postal postalsavings postalStyis poll pollEsi
savings Esi s legislation tioea but it helps ma materially M8eriallT materially ¬
teriallyaid terially and it is i to be hoped BO attempt at attempt atClltpt ¬
tempt will be made to revive it on the theBouse UteBouse elseHouse
Bouse sideThe side sideThe MeTIts
The most dangerous d enMIS feature f future t1lre in the thesituation tJtesit11tioR thesituation
situation in Congress e9S so far as exact7xent exact eaactet DIItmen
men 7xent et of postal savings legislation tion jg jgeoacented i ieo jeconcerned
concerned eo is the t e entirely appar apparent attitude at attitude attitude ¬
titude of indifference i combined with withhostility wit witAoStitity withhostility
hostility toward it of many of the theleaders UteJea4iers theleaders
leaders despite platform promises It Itcan IteaJI Itcan
can be passed pat + eed only by persistent pres pressure presre pressure ¬
sure re from from the White House and a the thePresident tilep thePresident
President p t is showing a commendable commendablediepositionte eommemmbiedisposition eoMJltCJMiAWedi
disposition di to exert that t pressure Met ue until untilthe utiltlte uatilthe
the measure ensue e is out of the woods woodsNEW woodsNEV woodsNEW
For the present the English I 8iI suf sufit EMfes sufs
figettes es are ant t8 be MiIi nittxaL Jtt but 1Ntit butit
it would seem that this is just the thetime t thetime e eIa
time for 1 < themto theist to be as Ai vent jle t as pos pogsibie possiWt possible
sibie granting t that anlitant Mili utt methods methodsare 0ti5 0ti5aIe
are to bring victory victoryIn ieteryIJa
In their open hitter lett to ti the prime primeminister pr prunennnaster e eMeter
minister Meter they t1t y promise te be good gOCHlltJttil gOCHlltJttiltlte antithe until untilthe
the government V has had a fairportiwZty fair f ir op opportunity epper ¬
portunity per ty of stating their intentions intentieltisbut intentionsbut IIte IItet >
but t at the same time they dX1B tlxandax < itBd itBdan 1
an explicit declaration that tJe t the gov government tovernrneat v veI1IIMIIIt ¬
ernment win undertake womens wow ns serf serffrtge suffrage suiJeriisiatioL ¬
frage legislation It win be interesting interest interesting ¬
ing to see what at effect this plain ft ftyo de demand derurand ¬
mand unaeeonipaMed by yo bricks or ba bawfll MX MXBeIS baaners
BeIS or conceive ve Mid will produce preduaCan produceCan K4Hhceea
Can ea it be that these twe twentieth tW ti eon century ee eeWry eontar ¬
tar Wry AiwuRons A are losing fait faith jUt k i the theetfieaey t1Ieof tieeFieaey
etfieaey of of militant metlionc Would WouldB Wouldlilt
B lilt t a whofeahj Ie nanrsb ildJtE aninnhin + rg I of windows wialdowsaid windowsanu iItMwsJ
anu aid aobihig monuwu J of of ofea1Maet bnMees nvuBes ocmpied by bycabinet bycabinet
cabinet ministers be especially in or
i der BOW wln w1 w en the government is reach reaching TP8chj reachiig ¬
ing j g at decision decisionThey decisionJMY decisionThey
They searched the houses of twrlia twrliaK rliu rliut
a K ent t Tuesday T1Ie for Cuy Pkwk8 pk plot plotttr t tttrs tttnt
ttrs Will future searchca searohea be for mil militant mditaBt neditaat ¬
itant suffragettes mftrascttesal also o or will the theBritist tltei theBtitasl
Britist i ataadpatters patters surrender UOCoM UOCoMditio uncouditiotaailyl IK M MdithwaUyt
dithwaUyt dithwaUytA ditio ditiotaailylr aBy r I IA
A maD dreaped Into IntO this office today ted tedaIIIIII todayand
ami said he wouldnt blame Mr Pearr Pearrfor P8UTfer Peeryfor
for SlOt rom to the S South O Pele owing ovrtngto
to t the fact that E Dr r Dteam DIe Dieawpeary > try ba bashown baa baashOwa hasshown
shown up w e near the southern 8OUth regions regionsMra regiMtsJlzoa regionsMrs
Mrs Canrons claim that widows make makethe 1IMLketJM makethe
the beat be wives IS probably right rl ht A Awoman Awatnan Awaa
woman who has as the cousage COUqL e to try ittW it itj Ite
tW j s e sutfbt nt to be aWe to do anything anythinsCastr ftytlalnEeserlbed anythingaatre
Castr to described as betas bookie besklhtaeaelf Ic1h bookiehlwaelf
htaeaelf h t wt with h rage and homesickness homesicknessFortunate homeslekRessYernmate homesicknessFortunate
Fortunate He is ROW ow te a position to tokfck tokIctt tokick
kick himself himedtThere himselfThere dl dlare
There are people unkind enough llnetI h to say saytfeat saythat T Ttt
that Senator Jeff Z D Davis visr logic J gic does not notmttcit DOtJWateIt notmatch
match the power of His voice voiceFour voiceFear voiceFour
Four people were killed by automo automobiles R8temobOes aetontehiles ¬
biles lt In New York last night Di kt They Theywere TheTWEre Theywere
were all poorpeople poorpeopleProf poor people peoplePriJl peopleProt
Prof Mrre MH M r re will In kindly state the thewhereabout the tkewlteru thewherenbuta
whereabout of that ut t rain heMMed lie Filled for forAt ferWasilsa forWashington
Washington today todayAt edayAt
At least Dr Cook doesnt have bay to tobother tobo tobother
bother about a whether he will ill be berear bea nestle nestlea t
a rear r ad MJraJ MJraJnee ral rajThe ralThe
The i panto atal savings bank btU has hascaused Bascaused hascaused
caused a hK ofextravagaiMjea OS la the u nee 11Me 11MPtnuty neee e eof
e of language languageFunny anguageFussy e
Funny how the a Ot st of dying keens keensup kC keepeup fNI fNI1Q
up OM Colonel Swope paWV paid tx t n herb herbdoctor Iterb4Ioeter herbdoctor
doctor 4IoeterIt I IIt fatfrW fatfrWIt
It seems that some lRe years rs age agep a ast aapeaker
apeaker p enter at Albany AJ y suopended ed th t the rules ndolel rulesof
of geed conduct COIIthIetBvOCbo conductvorybodt N NISvorybodf
ISvorybodf f te expteintag that the cost costof C05tof cootof
of Hung is high but nobody Is e mating IIMkiIIgIt ftkingit
it any lower lowertoa4 1oW1De4 lowerDead
Dead men tell no talae but th tlM they y fre frequently irequeAtly frequently ¬
quently have tales told aboutthem aBout t in inAlbany IIIAlMaT inAlbany
Albany AlMaTXr Albanytr
3 Xr < tr r Canaoas chef chief conservation works worksbaa wor1h workshas
baa been in regard to the t e powers of thepeuirhter the theMarrta eSpetWter
SpetWter peuirhterMarriage
Marrta Marriage e may er may not prolong life lifebut 1Vebut lifebut
but It gives a fellow h a Jot t to think thinkabout Udaka thinkstout
about aboutIt a stoutIt IoutIt
It beoon btret7we apparent a fwrwtt that in the tileof Stateof State StateThe
of New Twit graft is not a JRHerR JRHerRoYerY dis disoevery
oYerY oeveryThe oYerYTIte
The tracts j seem e Rt more I1IOr trusting than tHJIUter thanthey
they were a few days ago agoUp ago agoLp
Up in Albany A they played bridge for forperHMM ferenIOIIII forperetan
perHMM instead tact of points p s sAzaia r rAala tAtaaia
Azaia the race Question has gone as asfar astar asfar
far North ort as Illinofe IllinofeGOBBLING IIIiBotsGOBBLING IllinoisGOBBLING
Xews N sews Note NoteThe The Guggenheim later latereats Intertat
tat eats 8 have ha avc obtained options on about aboutper i6 i6per S Sper
per cent of the soft coal of the country countryThe C4HIIItryTht countryThe
The vg enhehiis m will get you if you youdont YetIdont pendont
dont watch out outTheyre OtItTteTrp outTheyre
Theyre gobbling all the coal bt IIIJMIs s of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the West est and North ortll and South SouthIt st1lIt
It simply mply Is appalling app when hea you think thtokecbat 111b1kwhat thinkwhat
what theyre ro ab about AtWtTJtc aboutTheyll an anTheyil
Theyil TJtc ll sureb gobble evcothiag lathe iasMethe thUte lathethe
the earth eart aad out outTheyve outTheyve to toTve
Theyve Tve gone mt bite Alaska ad d optioned optionedalt
alt the eMd eMdve osaiTheyve < 9 aJ aJTheyve
Theyve ve searched Ioe the rao mountains ntab s over ovarand overaad overand
and gobbled all the geld geidTh geWTile > fThe
Tile Th water rights they 4a not ewn are arevery eVU arevery
very few Im told toldIn toldIn toldIn
In In fact this dan of Guggenheim Gus nbeiHl is grew grawing grewJUi grewlag
lag > all too bold boldla boldIII boldIa
la Denver Colorado they own ws the thowhole owlloie thewho
whole who blame town townThe tow towThe townThe
The copper mines taes they Ute cabbaged ed and andnailed adT andranied
nailed securely T down downThe OOYo11The downThe
The State was bought bou t by Stems and andhe aMhe andhe
he did the Job vp brown brownle t browsFor R RFor
For he wears the Senate le tone toe sow aM aMoYo andowns a 4 4I
oYo owns oar Wa Washington Washingtoneasy laia tOD tODltIUy
I easy looks a good deal like theyd theydgobble tlte tlteEobble theydgobble
gobble an in sightOn sight sightOa sthtOR
Oa top te 1 the earth or under it so fearful fearfulis fo fW fWis
is their might mightTheyll mightThem mightTbep
Them Tbep It gobble all there t WO Is to t get and aadturn aMturn andturn
turn you Inside outThe out oatThe outTbe
The Guggenheim GuSE = enhelnu will get et you if you youa JCM1r youdert
0 0G
a dert rt r watch out
The Uplift ot China was the the subject subjector subj
or 0 an address a made last night at atEpiphany atJtpipbaDy atEpiphany
Epiphany Church by b the Rev R KMasofe K KMasste K Kor
Masste of the Theological Seminary of ofVirginia ofThe ofVirginia
Virginia The address was made before beforett beOE85uD beforehF
tt hF Suadsy Y Sdi School ol Institute Ineti of oftithe tithe the die dloce dJocese diece5e
ce cese of Washington which ich held old oldmonthly its itswonthly UsJr8IttbI7
monthly sermon last night nightThe BIghtTh nightThe
The Th Rev R > r R H McKlm rector of ofKpinftanv orJrtphsn ofEr
Kpinftanv Er y nurrh told ef a visit he hemade heto hetbe
> made t to tie Holy HoI Land The Ilev r H HBurkf BBurJu SBurke
Burke < rctor of St Pauls Rock Creek CreekEpiscopal CeekpIIl CreekEpiscopal
Episcopal pIIl Church presided presidedWhats uresldeWhats presidedWhats
Whats on qn the Program ProgramTonight ProgramTonight ProgramTonight
Tonight in in Washington WashingtonConcert
Concert by Soldiers Soldle Home Band Stan Stanley Stauley Stanley ¬
ley Hall 73 l3t p m mCoacert m mConcert mConcert
Concert T by > y Naval Gun Factory Band Bandbeneflt Bandbeltdit Bapdbenefit
benefit o ° Vermont Avenue Christian ChristianChurch ChrietianCB8reh ChristianChurch
Church Sunday School h9ol Odd Fellows FellowsHall FellewsRan FellowHall
Hall 423 Seventh street northwest north 6cot 6cotDo S SB 3n
B Do m mKattonal LNat mNatloeI
Kattonal Nat l Society for the Humane Regulsatfon Regu Regulation ReguJado1 ¬
lation of Vivisection New 11lard WillardSha 11lardS llrd llrdS
S Sha I p nu nuAddrese at I IA jAddress
Address A dl Tft The Church and Social Ser Service Service Service ¬
vice bV b 1 the Rev Abram Simon before be before betore ¬
fore the Washington Hebrew Congress CongressRiphth ConJI86Eighth CongressF
Eighth F Street Temple 7J5 5 p m mMeeting m1HJt inleettn
1HJt Meeting in behalf of industrial IRdu trial educa education eduoaticm education ¬
tion m in the South MISS 186 Boardmaas Boardmaasresidence B Boardmansresidence UdtDaJIsresldeace
residence SM p mTheaters m 1 11heaters
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Cbaes OIaPePoIlte PoHte vaudeville SJ5 gJ p pAcademyThomas 22 22Academy rAcadenQThomas
Academy AcadenQThomas Thomas E Shea in The Theens TbeS1it TheIselbc
Iselbc ens SK p yn ynCatsiao no noC n nCaideoContipuous
Catsiao C CaideoContipuous Continuous vaudeville and mo motion JROen usethen ¬
then pfcturck pfcturckGayety Dlet1l Dlet1lGa plcturrs plcturrsGayetyJaadin
Ga GayetyJaadin Gayety Ja JamiR iin de Paris P Ui5 S16 8 Simp liip p m mLyceumNis nu nur 1MOl1
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MaJesrJc W3je tJeMetlon Motion pictures and tiaatdeyule vavde vavdeville de devUl
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Masonic Auditorium udltodumMetlon Motion PIctures pieturesaad PIcturesaad picturesand
aad vaudeville evme 7 710 0 to 18s laze p m mThe mbe rRThe
The Arcade Arc 4e Fourteenth FO1rlecnt gtr street 4t and andPark andPa rindPark
Park road ro roadMidway aiid vy y and other oth attract attractderma attractions attraetIoIa ¬
derma S te 11 p nt znThe ntTbe mTbe
Tbe Times tyfll wHl Ylbe be pleased I to an anPft att attm anneon
neon m m4Oin g acid efttertat entertainments ill illUofl Inthis
this olnm Pft Pn ni e or orTl write e a anueticce newc newcm ueoncesent
m sent ts
lTales Tales Gathered GatheredIn I
In nt the e Cap Capital CapitalPayne ail fal a aPayne1eal
i irayne
Payne Payne1eal Jealous ous of ofhis His Job JobOERKNO jobEREv0 I
SERENO S OERKNO E Eo PAYNE the majority majorityer
j i Aoer ° l ieeder f w r of n the House e is a believ ¬ 1 1er
er in the he uawritton nnwrtteht law that he is theproper the theproper thePraper
proper person to adjourn that body at I
the eiose doe of e ea each < jh h days session
Mr Payne doesnt say so In as many
word wom but those in the galleries have havenoticed
noticed ticed that be te rather jealous of
this privilege Occasionally while the
floor leader is engrossed in conversation conversationor
or perhaps has retired te t the cloak cloakroom cloilkroom cloakroots
room for a few fe moments some states statesBMW statesJRaa statesman
BMW who hag wearied of the long de de ¬
bates bat will move that the House ad ¬
journ Mr Payne Pay e looks up always a was with vyitha witha lth ltha
a rather rat er aggrieved ag ed expression upon his
face or If be h happens to be out of ofthe ofthechamber
thechamber the chamber be bustles la in tho midst midstof mWstof
of the excitement as though he would wouldput wouldNt wouldput
put a stop to the adjournment proceed proceedtogs proceed proceedMss proceedPayne
togs togsPayne
Payne get gets sore when anybody else elseadJonmH oIeA41JourRtJ elseadjourns
adjourns the House deosnt nt he asfced asfcedan a ed edan
an oldtimer the ether day It was wasagreed wa waagreed 8J 8Ja
agreed a eoll that Mr Payne seemed to do dothat dotIIat dothat
that very thing thingRepresentative tlmtgRflPre3elltaUve thingRepresentative
Representative Payne has the Presi President Prflllll14Ieat Preaigeat ¬
dent beaten when it comes to enjben enjbenpotttt e1IeItpobtt e pbenpoint
potttt and naturally when be Gets gatssore getssore
sore Or be grfews gt gz + eas red te the face Just Justas ta justas
as does Representative Repre ata ve heifer of Ohio Okbthose OhioWhose 011101t1Io8e
Whose features eat have t t bleach tit eutafter titalter outafter
after every healed discussion discussionExpect discussionExpect uslon uslonExpect
Expect New Line of Talk TalkHE TalkT
T HE Second Congressional IonaJ district of ofGeorgia oeGeorgia
Georgia has fulfilled fulftll expectations expectationsby
by electing II Judge J c Ddenf S S Anderson R Rodden Roddenberry RocJd9llto Roddenberry
berry to succeed the late Representa Representative Represeat Represeatthr ReprelHHlttiYe
I tiYe thr James M Griggs GriggsWhen GriRsWbea GriggsWhen
When Mr Rosdenberr > is sworn in a areal areal areal
real dyedratbewool automatic mtic pro prohJbttJonist proRJUioatst prohibttionist
hJbttJonist will have taken his seat As Assoon Aa2eOII Ansoon
soon as the timidity born of the new newness ReW1teU newness ¬
ness of things has worn oft Mr fir Rod Roddenberry Rodclenbtrry Roddenberry
denberry may be counted upon upo to take takehis takepIaee takehis
his pe pIaee along with Mr Maoon ef efArkansas e eArkILllRS ofArkanas
Arkansas and Mr Mann oC ts Illinois as aslive asUe ealive
live wire or objeaiors to the things thingsthat thlDsatIIat thingsthat
that beIf be beIf beIf
If the Howe doesnt hear a number nUIBr of ofroacons ofrenaone
roacons 1 why the nation should h4 be run randry rundry
dry 1 UMB those who know Mr Rod Roddenberry RoddeDben7 Roddenberry
denberry will miss their guess L Xo X 0 more moreft moreIt mereit
It is opined will the Congressional Rec Record ReconI Reeord ¬
ord contain only dry 4te dissertation ertathms con concerning COlIcenam concerning ¬
cerning cenam the tariff the income tax or or the theabuse theof theabuse
abuse of th tM second class matt matter matterprtviteS JRatterprivtlep matterFa
prtviteS prtviteSInstead privtleplR Fa lleS lleSInstead +
Instead lR it Is not unreasonable un e to as assume a as assome ¬
some that such words a at demon entOll rum ramnear rumoonear rumnear
oonear near beer manmaddeninc and home homedestroying homeciestrot homedestroying
destroying whisky a aIM arts C ° the glorious gtoriouarumfreed gIorioUilruMfreed gloriousruinfreed
rumfreed State of Georgia G will be beunblaaoned lieed beobianened
unblaaoned ed forth on pages M that here heretofore heretG heretofere ¬
tofore tG ece have teemed with withTJtertCore ttstleeeness ttstleeenessTherefore listlessnessTherefore
Therefore the advent of Mr Redden Roddeaberry Reddenberry
berry may be awaited 8 with interestwith interest interestwhen iM6Ierwith
with tIM sort et a feeling that comes comes1Iea comeswhen
when 1Iea a a stat statesman says 1MI I pause 6 for forRepreeenuulveeiect torr torRfPftiHllttWeeieet forrspiy
r rspiy rspiyRepreeentatheelect
Repreeenuulveeiect Reddenberry Reddenberryhailing Rod4eab Rod OAMrrY OAMrrYillDe rry rrybailing
bailing illDe from f sunny TnomaevtUe ytUe should AouWarrive aIIouWarrt shouldarrive
arrive arrt e at tae seat M of national tio aIto legislation kiftlsfcitionta
ta a very few days daysHale daysHale daysHale
Hale Sees fight Ahead AheadEICATOR AheadSE AheadENATOR
EICATOR ATOIt HALE te DOt ot yet yet out of tlip tlipt th thweeds t twee
> weeds s up te chime Soa Some eof oC t dte vot votI voten vetera
I ers in that State are falling faltt utterly to be beusual Deup bemended
mended up by the organization In the 1bea theusual
usual fashion fa They decline to accept acceptsable acceptt acceptthe
t view that Senator Hale is isbIe indNpeta indNpetasabie
sable bIe and meet obstla UDteiy < aeiy continue CODtiR to totake totake totake >
take stock in Governor Fvmald FvmaldSenator Ft1Nl1dSeR6tor FernaldSenator
Senator Hale has been in Maine re rerct reeetlUy recently
eetlUy to took the ground over Ad 41 41rec dlrecr
rct rec the pUciag p clDg of a few rails and aadstakes aMJlItk andMakes
stakes JlItk OB the fences here and there thereHe titer8H thereHe
He H expects to retain his seat in the theSenate cte theSenate
Senate te and probably will do doO so Never KevertheloM Neverthelees ever evertbelOM
theloM Ida colleagues say he te wor worried worried worried ¬
ried over the situation Il and is giving givingmore giviale givingmere >
more concern to the Maine fight oa him himthan 1abaIt biasthan
than It was anticipated some meats moataaago atbe1M meatsago
ago b 1M would have to toSuch toSueJa toSuch
Such a thing t as Senator Hale driven drivenout driTeaout drivenout
out et the Senate by the voters te al alMost 81t al almost
Most unthinkable 1IBtI The Senate 5e te would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be lonesome without htm about to lec lecture Jeclare Iccture ¬
ture the youngsters 7OUDb8tersea on their fallings fallingsafid f8WJabca fallingsand
and shortcomings shortcomingsUrdc RortCOlRblgUncle
1 t4icle Urdc Uncle I Joes New Name NameBPRESENTATTVE NameI NameREPRE5E NameEPRESENTAI 1
v has given OUt > characterization characterizationto
to Uncle Joe CSWBOB Speaker Sp ak r of the theHouse theHou theHouse
House e According to Mr Dies who whoJumped whjumMd whojumped
Jumped upon the subject of Cannon CannonIsm CaDnonIsm Cannonism
Ism during the debate rn n the the Indianappropriation Indian Indianappropriation Indianappropriation
appropriation bill the Speaker like a acolossus acolossus acolossus
colossus sits astride the House of Rep Representatives Represontath Representativee ¬
resentatives Has the time come when whenonly whenonly whenonly
only Cannon Republicans RepubU ans can form the themajority theaajorlty themajority
majority of committees and only Can Cannon CanHft Cannon ¬
non Democrats D rats be placed under the tbeminorities themiDoritles theminorities
minorities of these committees committeesMr C4 mmltteesMr
Mr Dies to the accompaniment mpanimcRt of ofsome olDemocratic ofsome
some some Democratic applause spoke at atlength atJeDit atlength
length oa the alleged aJleb abuses x of power powerthat powrtAat powerthat
that are going on in the House Ho e of Rep Representatives Representatives Representatives ¬
resentatives resentativesWickersJiam resentativesWickers resentativesWickersham
WickersJiam Wickers am Enthusiastic EnthusiasticVELEGATB EnthusiasticD EnthusiasticELEGATE
jof of Alaska is a a thorough believer bel1e er In Inthe inthe inthe
the bees of the Territory he repre repreeents represents repreeents
eents sentsNo eentsNo f fNo
No visitor to his otYlos off tea is permitted to tolose toJoee tologe
lose sight of the fact that Alaskas un undeveloped undeveloped undeveloped ¬
developed territory s as great as the thecombined thecombined thecombined
combined areas of a lot of Eastern EasternStates EasternStates EasternStates
States in which population Is congested congestedJust congestedJust congestedJust
Just to illustrate lUustr ts now vast ast are the thecoal thecoal thecoal
coal lands of Alaska Mr Wlckershara Wlckersharahas Ylckersham8Uspend
has k sn suspended ° ° from the yall an im immense Imme Immense ¬
mense me c map of the Territory That portion por portion portkHl ¬
tion rich with coal and mineral deposits depositsis
is painted jet black It might be seen seena
a block away awayOn awayOn awayOn
On the opposite Ite side of the room is a amap amap amap
map of the United States Massachusetts Massachu Massachusetts assachusetts ¬
setts Rhode Island Connecticut Dela Delaware PJaRare Ja Javare ¬
ware Maryland and a few other States Statesmfciht Statesi Statesmight
might i ht be thrown figuratively speaking speakingat speak inS inSat
at the big black splotch on the Alaskan Alaskanimp AJaLkanHMIt Alaskanmap
imp and they would w be lost in the dark darka darkIIUIf darkJudge
a IIUIf IIUIfJ1tdlre sSL sSLJudge
Judge Wickersham says that he represents repre represents reDrethe ¬
sents the most important section of the thewtire theftntke theinsure
insure wtire United States even if g he isnt al ali aIluwed allowed
i hi lowed wed ail the priv privJeges Jeges in Congress that thatare thatare thatare
are allowed the t e Senator from Rhode Is Isaad 15aD4l Isand
and or the Speaker Speak r from Illinois IllinoisIBPRKSENTATIVE nUnelSRHPRESENTATIVE IliineiEPRESENTATIVE
v has become bcc me known te his colleagues colleaguesas
as The Book of Lamentations Its all allbecause aUbecause allbecause
because nothing seems seems to please him himHe himHe himHe
He is the great rest stumbling block for all allthe allt altthe
the statesmen st in the lower house who whofocdly wholoudly
loudly 1014 1 hope to secure consideration of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their favorite Wife by unanimous con consent consent consent ¬
sent sentIt sentIt sentIt
It is seldom that Mr tr Mann Manngents heon heonJlCDts con consents ¬
gents and he never does it unless he hekn hekR hekas
kn kas rs all about the matter in question questionHe
He te err but as he understands his htepath hisr hisriattt
path r and an duty he cannot agree to any anything ¬
thing that does not show immediate immediatemerit ImmediateMerit immediatemmit
merit Because eau e of his ever ready ob objections 01j8ctIofts oijucttons ¬
jections his associates es June agreed to tedub tohb todub
dub him the worst thing tllla they can think thinkof tJdRkttl thinkor
of that dees l oe so o vI violence l IIee to parlia parliamentary parliamentary partlamentary ¬
mentary practice
Mrs R A Ballinger r Hostess Today TodayAt B BAt
At a Luncheon At the Shoreham
Wife of the th Secretary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Interior Enter Entertains Entertains nter ¬
1 1tains
tainsMinister tains tainsMinister tains tainslVIinister
Minister and Mme Gude GudeGive GudeGive GudeGive
Give Second Reception ReceptionThis ReceptionThis ReceptionThis
This Afternoon AfternoonMrs fternoonJtIrs
Mrs BaUtuger wife of the u ueC Ctoerot scrNary scrNaryof ry ryof
of the e Interior was hostess fao at a lunch luncheon Iebeen iecheon ¬
eon today at the Shoreham Shorehamof ShorefeaaTn ShorehamThe
Tn Bests were Xn Dkcrlusen R 11 wife wUeo wifeof
of o the Secretary Secre uT of War Mrs Beeknmn EeelusaaWinthrop BeeknmnWmthrop v vWhlthrop
Wmthrop wife of the Assistant Secre Secretary Secveufry ¬
tary of the Navy MTrs 6r Green en and Xr XrJoshua X XJoshua irs irsJoshua
Joshua Green of Seattle W Wash > Vash SecreI Mra MraHolme XJLHoIlDe8 DirsHolmes
Holmes and her daughter X airs Robert Robertson Bokrtsea Robertsen ¬
son of Chicago Mrs zoa Battle Mri Chd Chdberg Cliiiberg
berg and Mrs Shy SWalh SIialIJiDbfQer 4 ubprgar br9 r of Seattle SeattMrMrs 5eattJeXn SeattleMrs ChII1
Mrs Richard Butler Mra Mn Fremont PreanontSmhth FremontSmith llt lltSIRttIa
Smith Mra JL Greaves Mrs X Crawford CrawfonLXnL CrawfonLXnLWeimer Mrs MraWebster MrsWebster
Webster Mr X Mrs Hoppia H Mrs Mra Pierce PtereeJMrs PIereeIrs PierceMrs +
Mrs LawlrMra LAwler Mrs John J Irs Bnaon and andMrs aidMrs
Mrs rs BerrjhIH BerrjhIHThe Berr1JdILTn BerryhilLThe
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The Minster from Norway N and MaraGude Mme MmetegcitiOR xeGlide
Glide who held a a Iar large rece reception u at t tile thelogatlon
tegcitiOR oa Vermont avenue yea yaertlay yaertlayaft yererdayafternooq roay roayafternoon I I
afternoon aft will entertain at a second 8eeODCIion secondreception aecondreception
reception ion this afternoon from 5 to Z 7 7oclock 7aclodc
oclock oclockAsctotina aclodcAantsttag
Asctotina bI them torecohr t to r elve their tMtrwtll guests guestswill guestswill
will be Baroness Ba Premehen Itea wife of the thenaval tlaeJl3val thenaval
naval attache of the Austrian AUBtrIaaand embassy enboyand embassyand
and Mme Lagercraatt 1ttaIIt wit of the
Swedish minister Mtes Perkins PMId and
MtacGud > win preside at the tea table tablewhich tablewhich
which will be adorned dom with a catterpkee center centerpiece eesaterp ¬ I
piece p of ferns and sprit eprt blossoms blonomaQuantities blossomsQuant WJ WJQuafttit
Quant Quantities teies of palms MIJ ferns clusters du ten of ofyellow ofyellow ofyellow
yellow Jonquils will 11I form the home dec decorations decorattons deerMme
orations orattonsMIDe orationsMme
Mme Gods will wear a sown of o of green greetcrepe greencrepe
crepe de chine ch trimmed with sliver I lv emb embroidery em i
broMery Miss Gu4e will l wear a gown gownof gowncrease
of cream broadcloth hrosdelotkThe
o j
Th The Ladies Afaodatkm A f8Odatloll so a lion of the Metro Metropolitan lietroltolitan ¬
politan M ME E Church John Job Reid ReM119ft Shan Shannon ffismnon ¬
non pastor wilt hold a reception this thisevening tIdIJevetaia thisevening
evening in the church parlors to themembers the themembers i
members and DelXc congregation ceagregatiooMr
Mr and Mrs Geor eo eF F Winston toa and
the young g ladies of Madison Mad ftoa Han School Schoolday
have tiIIIuec1 11t + ued earn for a reception Saaw SaawT I
day T evening eYen Ketmary a S R from gj SJI B S until untiloclock UIIUIoeIock t
H oclock at tM9 IHIDaace R street streocDance streetDance
Dance T Tonight TDigktAt aight aightAt
At Delta Tan Delta H1 H1The H HThe Htle HtleThe I
The members of Delta Tan Delta DeltaHouse DeltaHOUM DeltaHouse
House will give e a dance da at BM fra fraternity fratenrtty fraternity ¬ 1
ternity house 17W 1 Fifteenth FUt street this tId8nettbag thisevening thisevening
evening The chaperons will b 1Ht J tp tpreHlttaUYt Aepreoemtative p preeentattve
reeentattve and Mrs Hubbard H Reprssemtative Repre RepreBtUv Bepre
semtative BtUv taUTe and Mrs Borland Mr MrXrs and
Mrs W E Ambrose A and Mrs TaJ
bough of Piedmont W Va VaGrant VLGraat VaGrant
Grant Parish h and Miss Parish l of
Washington 8b OIl who ar are spending the win winter wint winter ¬
ter t In the South will spend i th the re remaiader re renainderof
nainderof maiader Dder of th the iresor onoty ROflO trav traveling tina through
Cuba Their addrem add is Neuado CubaSenator Cuba Cubatertamed CDbLaud
Senator and Xr John obll F Dryden ea eatnabttd entertahttd
tertamed a dinner company core any last lastba evening
ba hosing as their quests Bar Ros Rosen R05fIDe Rosenwife n nwife
wife e of ttte e Russian an atnbador b bp > 3E oor r rtor Ke Rena Renator a ator
tor GalltaKcr < r Senator and Mrs > Scott SoottSenator SoouI ScottSenator
Senator I Jlean Miss XI Ktlnbeth Ell 1Mth Kean hesnd KeanMrs
Mrs aka J Rear Admiral O OdI1 OJtiel eHl 1 Rear Rearand
A Adrairsl d and Mrs Ricnaruson Clover
Brig Gen and Mrs Henry G GXr aharpe aharpeMr ttbarpetr
Mr tr and Mrs nI James 1am Harbn U Mr and andMrs aJII andMts I
Mrs Charles Bradley of Newark K KJ NJ
J Mr aDd Mrs Jra Garret A A Hobart Dr Drand Drard Drslid
and Mrs WIlmer aDd C Colonel Cotonel and Mrs MrsKuser JiIr5X1 liraK
K Kuser KuserThe aer aerThe
The Secretary etary of War and Mrs n Dick ¬
bison entertained a email eotn company mny in informally Infonnahy Informally ¬
formally at dinner last evening vwin for or their
hous h quests o s Mr and IIdlln Mrs Jo Jo an
Green G of Seattle SeattleMrs SeattJetin Seattleairs
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Mrs John B Heoderson Hemler HemlerAt was hostess hostessat
at a dance last evening at bar hand handseme bndJIeW handsome
some new some on upper Sixteenth Sixteenthstreet 5ixteeatbstftt Sixteenthstreet
street having as the quests of fICtM honor honorthe bonierthe
the members of the Congressional COll Club Ctabf Clubef Cluber
ef f which she ht is also a member memberThe memberTIle memberThe
The bo bou house oe s which is one of the hand handat 1uuIdin hadsvatest
svatest at ne t in Washington Wash OII spit Just com cotnpleu eomp compieud
pieud pleu p > d was sh ffeotively adorned with withpalms withpatina
palms a sad > id tall vases filled with flowers flowersAn owersAn flowersAn l
An orchestra played throughout th t the theev thetW thexlag
ev nf Rbll E the procram program including general I
daDdhb pang Ue t e VhdaI reel allll old oldfasisiined i
fUihi > MId square dances An elaborate elaboratebuffet J
buffet fret supper 1p 1 was served at midnight I
fits Henderson entertained the dub eIuItslmleT1 dubsimilarly
similarly slmleT1 last year shortly shor 7 after its or organtzatfon I Ianizatton
ganizadon ganizadonGuem gantzatfonGuests anizatton orI I IJ IGuests
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Guests Invited InvitedTo InvitedTo
To Meet President PresidentThe I I IThe
The President Pre klent dined hurt eventa evening with wiUItbe withthe J Jth
th the Secretary of o the Interior aDd Mrs MrsRichard MrsRichard f
Richard A Ballinger who invited a die dtotlngnishod dieUDgUisbod dntinguishai
tlngnishod company to meet hhr br Mrs MrsTaft X15Taft MrsTaft
Taft was not present Bee sister er ansThomas Mrs MrsThomas KrsThomas
Thomas K I augblin taking 1k her plies pMeeThe p teeThe pliesThe
The other guests were Mr Justice and aadMrs 1UIdMno andMrs
Mrs White lt Mr Justice and Mrs M Mc McKenna McKenna McKenna
Kenna Senat Se Senator > IU r and Mrs EHcins Senator Sen Senator Sen8tM ¬
ator and Mrs Piles Senator ator BurtonBrag Burton BurtonBrip I IBrif
Brag G Gen n and Mrs rs Clarence C1arfn R Ed Edward Ed Edwards d dwards
wards Mr and Mrs Charles LAthrop
Pack of New York ork Mr a and ad Mrs John JohnGillette JuhnGAlette JohnGillette
Gillette of New York Mr aDd Mrs MrsMarshall XnsYanlban MrsMarshall
Marshall Holmes of Chicago C Mr and andMrs andXrs andMrs
Mrs Chllber Chllbetg of Seattle Judge I and andMra andXr andMrs
Mrs > Battle of Seattle Mrs L ZLelter Z ZLeiter Z ZLeiter
Leiter Mies Mabel Boardman Boardaaan BoardaaanKean MJss MJssKean XSesKean
Kean Mr and Mrs John Hays Ham Hammond Hammond Hammend ¬
mond Mr and Mrs Hugh Wallace WallaceCol WallaceCot
Col Archibald Hopkins and Capt CaptArchibald CaptArchibald
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In Washington W Washm ashingt ton n Society SocietyMrs Soci SocieMrs ty tyJIllS
Mrs AW A A 1V Dunn will recahra reecelve infor informally RtelJDIIJIy informally ¬
mally this t afternoon afternoonMrs afternoonMrs
Mrs Giheon ynhnrstscfr P Pal i eestedt r It w will be as ashome a ae atlathe I
home tkls a a aMrs aZle te ieos ieosMrs > oi oiMrs
Mrs Crawford ennvrMd wtLe u ec tfe of OcaeoU Ccsw Ccswroni C Csawford w wteed
teed wW 1 receive mformany Jatonaalbk tomorrew tinorrowafleeses tomorrewMrs
afleeses afleesesTen 1 11VRl
Mrs Ten Rack k Wendell endd6 win receive receivelonioinun receivelesntterew
lonioinun 1VRl UI afternoon afternoonReception afternoonReception tt1JIOOILReception
Reception to Follow FollowDrills F FollowDrills oUo oUoDrills
Drills at Fort Myer MyerUnd M er erThe
The President t airy Mrs Taft will 11 at attend
Und the special cavalry ct vaIry and artillery artilleryarm artillerydrlU artillerydrill I
arm which 1eIa will be held tills afternoon afternoonat
at 23 Jt oclock ta the t riding ball at Fort FortMyer F PertMpe < t I
Myer for the beneftr cf Breach No Noef Noof 2 2of
of the Army Relief Society SocietyAfter Sodet7Atter SocietyAfter
After tile di rlH Iq D lr r Members pre prenideet president l ldeet ¬
deet at the a society dey in I Washington win wiUreeerv winreeeke willreeehe
reeerv reeeke at the quartcs qaart of Gets Ge J JFranklin Jbdl JFranklin
Franklin i bdl ell ellof aaline4 twis = ted by Mrs J Imo 1I 1Iwit nsoa
soa wit wits or 1M Secretary of Wao Mrs Xrs0Itver MrsOliver
Oliver wu or the Assistant oL tlUtt Secretary SerletaryctC
of War Warnet WI E + ben Swift Mrs fang
net at aad Ms Garrard Mrs Treat stillpony still tciitpour IH IHpour
pour tea tea and will be assisted a nt in the thedtaiae thedining
dining room by Miss MacMurray the theM theHUIIIffY theMhaee
Mhaee M < sses Humphrey the Mlssss Murray MurrayMam MurrayJln MurrayMorn
Morn Jln Powell Miss Marshall and Maw MawAnderson iJMADknoa MissAndersen
AndersenFriday Anderson AndersonFriday ADknoaFriQay
Friday Reception ReceptteaAt
At CeagreniioBai Cugr lllieu1 Ci aTIM Club ClubThe i iThe
The usual Friday afternoon afi aftefaoer reception receptionWitt r rwill rc ceptkrnwill
will be held at the Ooagnestoaal 1 Club CJubtbis Clubthis
this afternoon Xr Mrs money of Illi Illinois IWJIOW 1111note ¬
note Mrs Elite ED 1 f Orzg Oregon a aDd Slew itfseGreg X SlewGregg
Gregg Greg r of Texas will reeetve the thelid guef guefaad guesand
lid Mrs TJrreM of MajDaehuetrtta J8 15 will willpreside w111prftlde lit litpreside
preside at the tea table asefetf by byn byMrs
Mrs pujo Pub of Locdsiaaa and Mrs Haw HawJeT Rawicy Hawley
JeT of Oregon Ore5OlLTIle OregonThe OregonThe
The special feature of the afternoon arteraooawm a afternoonwill erAOi D DwtII
wm be a musicale hour bou with SOsfe Beat Beatrice netrlee f ot otrice ¬
rice Evelyn Wilson a child musician a or orOD ofOregon s
Oregon OD the Cecilia Ladies Qunt uartnt lad mcIJIIn ladMrs tadMrs
Mrs Gill of Missouri > 1uourI vtar the tII pre pregnan peegnua prograai
graaiMils gnan gnanMme
Mme Mary McCattsy XcCa1 y left Washington WasWaploaI w wtlala
this morning u for O South Orange e N J Jwlece Jwhere
where she wttt be the guest of oCJiIIc Mies ltt Wftpw lttHrs W1tf
pw f for several w wkQ weeks weeksire
kQ Hrs ire Roscoe C Banaor adze has been beenI beeneptiu
eptiu tng a abort time in New ew York re retu re returned
tu turned ed to Washington w t this morning avamfagMrs JaOCJdaJiInI morningnra
Mrs B F SmhhJ ITfT P street is en eJIt en entertaining
twtainnur t a house hC e party Her Hcca events eventsare guestsare
are a her three sisters Mrs H J Wilma WIIaoRof WOnonof
of Portland Ore Mrs Clayton Mark Markof Markof 1 1tIC
of Lako Forest IU aad Mrs Burton F FSmith FSIIIItb FSmith
Smith of Evanstoa IU lid her two twoaieees tWDX twonieces
aieees Mrs X Frank Mender of Conic cmeH X XK NH
H aDd Miss Lydia Mark of Bryn BrynMawr Beyna BrynMawr
Mawr a T Pa PaThe PaTIle PaThe
The Soil itor General and Mrs JillBo Lloyd LtoydW
W Bowers Bo Bow r rr entertained tDterta wrl at dinner test testevening lastventing t
evening 81 the Secretary tary of tbe Navy and aadMrs andMrs
Mrs Meyer Senator du Pone the A Asistaat u umcaat Assistant
sistaat Secretary of the Treasury and amiMrs IMIMI andMrs
Mrs Norton > the Assistant A Secretory of ofthe
the Navy and MrsBeekBwa 1Ina Winthro WinthroMr Winthrop
Mr and Mrs William Corcoran Cercor n HI HIand Hill
Mrs I fII Rodgers RodsersMr ROdgenMr WlRthlOpj
RodgersJ J +
Mr and or Mrs Richard Wetghunaa Wetghunaawere Wei faunaa faunaawere
were r hoots at dtnn dtalkr r last evenm n evening iDt iDtIIJ ha haanFon hsc
ina anKMur anFon > their guests gu s Genera w1 a ssd ssdBrown
Fttxnueb Rear Admical aad leiJennings Mi MiBrow iItBroWDea
Brow BroWDea > Mfas Cannon Hss JIIJMJ Mies 9 ttb ttbJ
Jennings J nin 7S Miss Alexander Alexander former former formersenor Gov Govfrnnr
senor Magoon Senator Brandogee Bra e8ee and andGist andG adGist 1
Gist G Blair BlairDr BIaiDr BlairDr
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Dr and Mrs ns Chatard td entertained at atdinner atdinner
dinner < test evening the Naval Attache Attacheof
of the French Embassy and Vhwowatess VhwowatessBenotet V VkoountestBenoist e sIst
Benotet Ist dAxy d Au the Naval Attache of the theRussian theRussian
Russian R Embassy aad Mme Vaseelfeff VaseelfeffMr Y aaemlieffMr lie liefr < II
Mr and Mrs Perry Behnont l1nOlu Mrs Hunt HuntStater HUIrSlat HuntSitter
Sitter Slat Mrs VtHon g cta Fahnestock FahDttJtockBewIe W WBowie RBBoowls
Bowie BBoowls Clarke a and d Mr Martin of thehe the theSwiss theSwR
Swiss he legation legationMrsT I
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MrsT Mrs 1 Madeline Allen Wilson of Nash Nashritk Xasfavttte I
vttte Tena enn who has been resWtag rfSid te teXew illfW LNew
New fW York for the last few months JDOIIthsarrived hae ha haarrived
arrived In Washington nL h oa and is stoppping stopppingat at
at the NOrm8DCUe Hotel for a few days daysMr E EMr
Mr Wilson is s endeavortag tII to adjust adjustthe Itthe adjustthe
the war claim of her grandfather Dr DrJames DIJBIE DrJames
James Overton OvertonTb OvertonThe OvertonThe
Tb The R Rev v Frank Oliver Hall D D Dof Dof Dof
of the Church of the Divine Dtri e Paternity Paternityof
of Mew ew Y Yortj yr ra city accompanied by bTMrs bTMrsHall Mrs MrsHall MrsHall
Hall aDd their daughter Mae 1 Dorothy
Rail will spmi a few days in Washingtonnext Washing Washington WaahingtelL ¬
ton tonnext next week the sumo of the Rev RevJob R RJolla RecJoba
Job Jolla TaB Sehaick Se naick jr lid Mrs Van VanSctaJCk Van5c VanSchaick
SctaJCk 5c at 1417 MH Manaachusetts achnBetts sh1ll etts avenue avenueMrs avenueMrs VeR1IeHerbert
Mrs Herbert Wadswwrth h entertained eatertaiaedat
at a muelcale last evening ev The artists artistsof artistsof
of the evening were w re Mate Lisa Leh Lehmaan Lehmaaa Lehmann
maan and her quartet quartetA q enet enetA
+ s
A musical program will be rendered renderedby
by several wetlkaawn known Washic Washicica Washicicaartists tca tcaartists 8 8artists
artists artistsSenator artistsSeaator artistsSenator
Senator and Mrs Gugeenhiht htm were weredinner weredlDDr weredinner
dinner hosts last Ia evening eY asking their theirguests tbrirto theirguests
guests to meet the Vic y President and andMrs andXIS amtMrs
Mrs Sherman Ir the company were werethe werethe er erthe
the AustroKtmgKrsaa Ambassador m or and aadBaroness alHlBaro andBaroness
Baroness Baro H mgelmtttler engel gel miUer lltr Senator and andMrs andrs andMrs
Mrs rs Aldrich Reprosmtative R tatlw and nd Mrs MrsWeeks X MrsReeks J
Weeks Representative Rp tatlYC and Mrs Low Lowden 101 Lowden
den Senator Warren li amen Senator Dtlling
ham Mr and Mrs S it Guggenheim Gagsenheiinof Gu ODbetm ODbetmof
of hew York Mrs Uatftnaeyer UDterm yer of New XewYork NewYork NewYork
York itorstoa Frewen of f England ntaRd 0 Mr Mraad Mrand 1 1aacl
and Mrs W E Curtte Mrs Mr Henry Hen HenCleveland
Cleveland Perkins and Mrs rs J C C Bur Burrows Burro Burrows ¬
rows ro x
Miss Elaine Sobring Seb nn to t o Wed WedStephen WedStephen ed edSte
Stephen Ste hen O For Ford d of ofPhiladelphia ofPhiladelphia ofa l
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMr PhiladelphlMr a a
Mr and Mrs F A Sebring SebringAnnounce Seb S e nag nagrs ng ngAhnounce
Announce A1 nnounce DaughteEngagement Daughters DaughtersEngagement DaughtersEngagement rs
Engagement EngagementMr
Mr sad Mrs Frank A Ater A johns aa aater aa aane4nee
ne4nee the ee tgemsn of Hattie daugh daughter
ter Blaine to Stt Stbea men O 7 Pend M el Pmt PmtadeipWa PWIaGetptda a aadeiplda
adeipWa P PW Tin wcJittiip wilt w isJfe isJfePlaee nXplace IIXePIaee
place earl earJr ht Juae JuaeMr JuraMr
Mr and Mrs Lacgw L8 L8ruried erth erthMarried rtk rtkMarried
Married Four Years YeezgPprenentatlve YearsT
T P Pprenentatlve pre enuuiv and Mrs Ktehotss KtehotssLongworth iIIDIIIah iiebdtsLoogworth
Longworth h entertained a pnrrjr at din dinner dfafourtb dhaaer
aer Jut reanbt6 1 ealebnaJ rtb of the thefourth thefourth
fourth aaniveraary of their autcxinge autcxingewhich 7aasingewhich ce cewhich
which was performed at else ta d White W1IIteHoaae WhiteHome TVMteHouse
House Hoaae1rs HomeMrs HouseMrs
Mrs 1rs Coraettus C VandorbBt V of 3 New Ne1lYertt NewPerk ew ewrsseutaifve
Perk who was a o guest ere Rep 1tepa Repreeeatatte
rsseutaifve and a Mrs Loagwoctk for serv serveral MVera several
eral weeks week has gone to Georgia where whereshe iIiIIteftJIbf whereshe
she will join Mr Vaaderbflt sad their ttoeirchttdr Ulerchild theircbpdren
cbpdren child n They wfll spend the roniiimdor roniiimdorof rfRi er eror
of the season in tb the South Southi SouthThe JuthThe SouthThe
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The recently org o orgs z ad d skatfeg dub dubwill dubwill dubwill
will meet this afternoon at the Wash Washington WatlblactOR WashIagton ¬
ington Light Infantry Armory from rr S to toi toi
i oclockAn oclock oclockAn dockAn
An orchestra will play during the af afternooo attemooa cifternoon
ternooo and tea will Le served servedAS erYedENVOYS servedN
Government Will Pay Pa Honor Honorto
to Former Brazilian BrazilianAmbassador BrazilianAmbassador BrazilianAmbassador
Ambassador AmbassadorThe
The governing g board of the Bureau of ofAmerican of1DeIteaa ofAmeticaa
American Republics e8 has designated to et Am AntJOa Amtie Ambanesdor
banesdor tie Ja BaIT of Mexico Mla MlaInter Oaister
ister Calvo of Costa Rica Mnnner P Pw PwJ Perteea r
teea J of Argentina Mmfcster Jlded Cruz ef
Chile and Secretary d tie LID e aUra futraof aUraof aOf
of the BraaWan embassy T to accompany aceoamaaythe CIHlIraa CIHlIraatlIe t tthe
the rematas of the theate late Amhacador V a abaco 2a 2abuco Nabees
bees which will be sent from Wafa Wafainnton W WiDItOII Waobinato
innton on Monday on the way to Brazil BrazilThe BcaatIIM BrazilThe
The party will be accompanied ace n r iW by byChandler bChandler byChandler
Chandler Hale First Assistant A8fbstaat A8fbstaatof Secretary Secretaryof
of the State Secretary Cbermoat of ofthe ot1be ofthe
the Brazilian embassy e and the ii sea of ofthe ofL oftree
the L late ambassador The Thee party wJB R it be beescorted beescorted
escorted e from the cemetery by a squad svuadroH squadTea
Tea of cavalry ADd minute mi ntte guns will willfired i bo bonred o ofired
fired while it te being beIu < placed aboard aboardthe aboardthe nJ nJbe
the Mayflower and while bOe It As being betagtraasrered eIngtrall8fered beingtrauafered
traasrered from the MaySewar te teNi the ther tineNorth
r Ni > C rtIt rth Carolina in Hampton Koafe Th Thbody nbody Tbbody
body will be taken to Braatt on the theXortfc MNerUI theNorth
North Carolina escorted by the Braian Bra
zeJ8R ian battleship Dunes Genoa SeRer SenorNabisco
Nabisco aDIl auk ry Cberatoit will i8 i8y a e ecocnpaD
company y the body y to Brazil BrazilThe BrasUThe
The rest r t of the party Rill return to 10W8hIngtOD toR
R Wa W8hIngtOD W8hIngtODI iington
I BAKERS iingtonurae 1 ATTORNEY uraeDeclares l to toi
Declares Chief of Chemists ChemistsHas Chemi5tsH ChemistsHas
Has H s Not Taken Every Everything Everything Eve Evething ¬
thing Into Consideration ConsiderationOpportunity Considerationto ConsiderationOpportunity
Opportunity Opportunity to answer the argument argumentof lK et etor
of Dr Harvey W WBey chief of the theBureau tileBUF8IUI tineBnreeu
Bureau of Chemistry la favor kV8t of tt1 tt1proposed itae itaeproposed Ul4brMd
proposed bread law was givea giv tb tbbakers tbbAkers the thebakers
bakers at a b hearing ttng D before tb UN Cemsate Cemsatesfoaers c cstoners Commiaeioners
stoners today todayAs todayAs t tAs
As the representative repre entatlve of the bakers bakersH Mk MkH
H B Leary carefully dfeeected the re remarks reJDaru remarks ¬
marks m made 4e by Dr Wiley at a recent recenthearing reatheriab recenthems
hearing before hua < ere the board boardThere 1tMnLTiMre heardThere
There wae ae deayiag ytaE ytaEthat he saM saMthat saidt
t that Dr Wiley te a great scientist but butupon ltuthis l ii iilaw
h his s ar a wruments DUI in support pp t of the bees
law laws W ere bad DIOr more upea uiMMy Ulan Ulanapcm tinnupon
upon fact and showed that th the doctor dsctorhad doctorhad
had not netInquired inquired carefully into theituat1os the thesituatien t1Ietclluati
situatien situatienReplytag n
Replying Rep to the th statement emeat of Dr DrwUey Dr DrWiley DrWiley
Wiley that the people of Wa WAEld9gt Wing fciBg n nshould on nnshould onshould
should know that a barrel ef near soils seligat soilsat sell sellat
at 56 and n nf 15 in the form of Laves Mr MrLeary ttrLeery MrLeary
Leary said that there were away other otherelements otherelements otherelements
elements to be considered se snohas sUGk h as the thecost ecost thecoot
cost of manufacture the thepe percentage p restage of ofwaste oCwace ofwaste
waste and the number ofleaves left lefton leltOft lefton
on the bands of the bakers JaekeraWhite bakersWhite aakereire
White ire House ouse Callers CallersThe a el s sThe
The Cabinet met metSenators MttSe metSenators
Senators Se Cullom of lUhiois lUhioisRayner IUInoIsRltyuer lllhielsRayner
Rayner of Maryland MarylandRepresentatives MaryIIuIcLRe MarylandRepr
Repr Representatives Re sentaatives E Goebel of Onto OhtsDouglas OldeDouc OntoDouglas
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