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Bearing down on Washington the theWhite theVhite
White House and Congress chockfull chockfullof chockfuUofJocal
of ofJocal local pride enthusiasm and argu argumerit argument
merit is a delegation of New Orleans Orleansboosters OrIe ns nsboosters
boosters fifty strong bent on obtain obtaining obtaining
ing the Panama exposition for their theircity theircity
city cityRecently
Recently Representative J Hamp Hampton Hampton Hampton ¬
ton Moore in a spirited address before beforethe beforethe
the Commercial Club of Washington Washingtonpresented Vashingtonpresented
presented cogent reasons why tho thoCapital thoCapital
Capital of the nation should have the thePanama thePanama
Panama exposition and why Congress Congressshould Congressshould
should be glad to foster the project for fortho forthe
the benefit of international commerce commerceWhy commerccWhy
Why was this suggestion allowed to tosmolder tosmolder
smolder into cold ashes Where arc arethe arcthe
the members of the Commercial Club Clubthe Clubthe
the Chamber of Commerce the Board Boardof Boordof L
of Trade and other local bodies or organized organizod
ganized to foster projects for the good goodof
of the whole city that no further furtherword furtherword furthoiword
word has come to fan such a fruitful fruitfulflame fruitfullIamc I Iflame
flame flameBacked I IBacked
Backed by the Southern Commercial CommercialCongress Commcrc CommcrcCongress I
Congress and on account of f its gee gcograpliical geographical
graphical situation New Orleans will willlave will1tavc 1
lave a powerful argument in her favor favorSan favorSan favorSan
San Francisco has already alrend also started starteda starte
a boom for the exposition and what whatSan whatStin t
San Francisco goes after she goes after afterliard after11ard aftehard r
hard and nd in a majority of cases gets getsGeographically getsGcographically
Geographically San Francisco also 1l 0 has hasmuch has1nuch ha
much in her favor for the Panama Panamacanal Pan ma macanal a
canal is especially planned to bring bringthe bringtho brin r
the Pacific coast in closer touch with withthe withthe wit
the Eastern ports Other cities by the thescore thcscore th thscore C
score will soon be coming to the front frontwith frontwith t
with more or less convincing talk in intheir intheir i a
their favor favorAbove faorAboe
Above mere locality however and andthe andthe an d
the temporary benefits to be derived derivedfrom derivcdfrom derivefrom d
from holding the exposition in this or orthat orthat o r rthat
that city stands the permanent good goodthat goodthat go ci ciS
that might be done for the nations nationscommerce nationscommerce S
commerce by holding the exposition in inthe inthC i a
the nations Capital As Mr r Moore Moorepointed Moorpointed Moorcpointed C
pointed out the permanent fixtures fixtureswhich fixtureshich
which hich such an exposition leaves in the thecity thecity th
city holding it far outweigh the tem tcmporary tempomrj
porary boom which the exposition expositionbrings cpositionbrings
brings As he also showed the need needfor needfor nec
for a permanent structure ot architec architectural architectural architectural ¬
tural worth to be used as a museum museumfor museumfor a afor 1
for the nations manufactures and the thenations theJ1ations th thnations
nations commerce has long been felt feltSuch feltSuch fellSuch
Such a museum mn eum would accomplish much muchfor muchfor muc mucfor 1
for our commercial relations with withforeign withforeign wit h hforeign 1
foreign countries countriesWashington countriesWashington countriesWashington
Washington is the place for such a amuseum aJlu amuseum 1
museum Jlu eum Foreign J commercial delega delegations delegaticns delagations ¬
tions visiting the United States may mayee mayaec ma y yee T
aec ee this city or that city and may mayskip mayskip ma maskip T
skip some but they the one and all visit visitWashington visitlIshington isi L LWashington
Washington WashingtonAnd lIshingtonAnd
And the most fitting and feasible feasiblemethod feasiblemethod 0 0method
method of building such a permanent permanentmuseum permancntmuseum it itnuseum
museum and stocking it with the na nations natIons L Ltions ¬
tions products is to hold the Panama Panamaexposition PanamaeX Panamexpsitioi
exposition eX sitiol at the Capital and to leave leavethisi looethig loa a atliii >
thisi structure as one at least of the thepermanent thopermanent Ui IC ICpermanent
permanent exhibits exhibitsXo exhibitsXo exhibitso
Xo o one city is byilding the PAnam Panamacanal PAnamcarml Panamcanal i
canal 2Co X one city t is to reap the bern benefits bcnefits bernfits ¬
fits therefrom The United States is isbuilding isbuilding isbuilding 5
building the canal and Washington is isthe isthe isthe j
the one representative city in the theUnited theUnited Ui LC LCUnited
United States to which all cities can canand canand cit n nand i
and should point with pride and a cer certain certain N Ntain ¬
tain sense of ownership ownershipTherefore o ownershipTherefore ners ip ipThetefore
Therefore the exposition celebrating celebratin g r
the greatest engineering feat of the thecentury thoentury Ui re reientury
century should be held ll ld here hereLet jl hereLet re reI
Let I t those who live here > and java Iavathe javathe a a ahe
the he citys welfarenearest welfare nearest tI thz > heart heartwake heartwake heal t twake
wake up and get in inthe the game gameUNFOUNDED gameUNFOUNJED gameUNFOUIIIED
It was hardly to be expected c ed that tie tieincorporation bheincorporat ti IC ICincorporation a
incorporation by Congress ongres of the Rock Rockefeller Rockfclllr r rfeikr ¬
feller Foundation would meet with ith uni universal Jnicrsal 1 1vorsal ¬
versal approval There here are always alwaysmany alwarsImmy aiwa 3 sII1fly
many citizens eitize g prepared > at all times tim to totell toten totell 0
tell philanthropists how they should shouldand shouldBnd shou hi hisnd 1
and should notdistribute not distribute their wealth wealthSome wealthSome b bSome i
Some of these are fanatics some are arewellmeaning arewelImeAning a re rewellmeaning e
wellmeaning c charity t rity workers workersAndrew work workersAndrew rs rsAndrew
Andrew Carnegie Ctt1 ncgi has been criticised criticisedand criticisedand criticis ccl ccland d
and ridiculed bechuse beciti bed se e he spent millions millionson nilhlio as ason 6
on libraries Mr Rockefeller is being beinglooked beingJooked boii ng nglooked g
looked upon with suspicion in some somequarters somequarters sot ne nequarters e
quarters because he seeks a charter in inbroad inbroad inbroad n
broad terms for a corporation which whichwill whicl1will whi cli cliivill h
will be used in distributing some of his hiswealth hisealth I us uswealth s
wealth ealth for the benefit bf the human humanrace humanrace hura an anrace n
race Men who have less determina determination detflnlnhtion z ztion k ¬
tion to do good in the world would be bediscouraged bediscouraged bediscouraged ie
discouraged by the unjust criticism criticismheaped criticismheaped criticii an anheaped n
heaped upon the two greatest philan philanthropists philanthropists n nthropists i ¬
thropists of this generation generationIt
It is difficult to understand the cries criesof criesof en as asof > s
of alarm now and then ax aou IOur > ur > the pro proposed P u uposed > ¬ 1 1posed
posed Rockefeller Foundation Adr Adrmittedly Ad AdmittedJy dr drinittedly I
mittedly the charter asked for is ex extremely e x xtrcmely ¬ I I1rcmtly
tremely broad and necessarily so If Ifthe Ifthe Ifthe ff
the foundation wore to go out of exist cxistence existencotimultaneously cxi t tenceiinuitaneously
ence encotimultaneously enceiinuitaneously unultanoously with the death of oft f
J Jz
z t
the th thsp e donor it would bo possible to tospecify
specify sp ecify the field of philanthropy to towhich
v which w hich Mr Rockefeller hopes to devote devotehimself
himself hi mself The Foundation however will willlhe
1 live liv e long after Mr Rockefeller is dead deadIt
It It is intended that its officers shall not notbe
be D hampered with specifications and red redtape redpe
tape ta pe which lead to the grave It is isintended isintended
j intended in tended that the Foundation be able ableto
to meet any emergency which may mayarise
arise ar arca ise in the future Mr Rockefeller Rockefellercannot
j cannot ca nnot anticipate the urgent needs of ofhumanity
humanity hu manity twenty years hence hen c he can cannot cant
not no t of course course foresee some calamity calamitywhich calamitywhich
T which w hich might be alleviated by the funds fundsat fundsat fundsthe
at the disposal of the Foundation FoundationNeither FoundationNeither Foundationeither
Neither N can the Sixtyfirst Congress CongressIt
It is for these reasons that the charter charterasked charterasked
asked as assi ked for is extremely broad and pos possibly possibly
sibly si bly indefinite indefiniteThera
There is no danger to the people or orto
to the Government in such a charter charterIt
It should be remembered that the theFoundation
Foundation F will be required to make makeannual
annual an nual reports to the Department of ofthe
the th thal e Interior It should be remembered rcmemberedalso
also al so that the powor which creates has hasthc
the th thnu e power to take away There are arcnumerous
numerous nu nuS merous decisions of the United U ted tedStatcs
States S Supreme Court to substantiate substantiatethe
l li the th e claim that Congress would have havcsupervisory
i supervisory su sutu power over such an insti institution
tution tu tion as the Rockefeller Foundation FoundationIf
If future events demonstrate that the thecharter
charter ch arter is too broad Congress can canamend
amend a it If as has boon suggested by bythoughtless byoughtless
thoughtless th critics the Foundation be becomes becomes bemes ¬
comes co mes a menace to the Government GovernmentCongress
Congress Co ngress can repeal the charter and andstamp
stamp st amp it out of existence existenceThere
There should be no hysteria about aboutthe aboutthe
the t he Federal incorporation of an insti institution
tution t which seems destined to be one oneof oneof onef
of o f the greatest philanthropic organiza organizations
tions ti ons known to mankind The people peopleare
are a rc protected the Government is pro protected protected
tected t and humanity will be benefited benefitedI
Ifc I is fortunate that t at Mr Rockefeller Rockefellerdocs Rockefelleroes
docs d oes not permit himself to be disturbed disturbedby
by b y carping critics who raise their voices voicesin voiccsin voIcesfl
in I fl protest against every act of men and andwomen
1 women w of wealth wealthHARD
The United Mine Workers of America Americahave Americahave
have h ave been struck a hard blow by the thedecision i
decision d of the United States circuit circuitcourt
court c of appeals appes > at Richmond in the thecontroersj 1
controversy between the union and the theIIitchman 1
Hitchman I Coal and Coke Company of ofWest
West tt Virginia VirginiaThe VirginiaThc
The court has dismissed diE missoo the appeal of ofthe
the t he United Mine Workers and has per perpetuated perpetuated pcretuated
petuated p etuated the sweeping temporary in injunction inunction
junction j unction which had been granted earlier es1ierby
by b y Judge Dayton of the Federal circuit circuitcourt circuitcourt
court c for the northern district of West VestVirginia
Virginia By the decision the union uniontabor I
labor l forces are practically shut out outfrom b
from f rom making any attempt to unionize unionizethe unionizethe unionizhe
the t he employes of the Hitchman Coal Coaland COfiland I Iand
and Coke Company They cannot tres trespass trespass ¬
pass on the proper property of the company companycannot
cannot establish pickets around it it and andcannot andcannot ant I
cannot c even try to persuade the com companys companys
panys p employes to leave cave the service serviceof cervicif
of o f the company companyThis companyThis
This decision in effect makes it im impossible
possible p ossible for organized labor even by byordinary lyordinary 7
ordinary o methods of persuasion to seek seekto seekto
to t o gain recruits to its ranks among the theemployes theemployes th
employes e of a nonunion concern at a atime atime 1 1ime
time t of strike or other labor troubles troubleswith troubleswith S Swith
with that concern concernIt
It is not clear whether this case casewill casowill t
will be appealed to the Supreme Court Courtof Courtof I
of the United States but it will be 00unfortunate b I
unfortunate if for any reason the Su Supreme Supreme
preme Court is precluded from passing passingon
on a matter of such farreaching im importance
portance to labor and to capital It is isnot isnot I S
not without reason that Samuel Gom Gompcrs Gompers
pcrs president of the American Fed Fedoration Fed Fedoration
oration of Labor in commenting comment ng on onthis onthis 01 a
this decision raises the question questionwhether questionwhcther Ii
whether the courts in their decisions decisionsagainst decisionsagainst a
against labor Ja or will not eventually touch touchthe touchtIle El
the public conscience and cause a re revulsion ro1l1sion revulsion ¬
vulsion of feeling feelingMR fec1ingMR
Col Theodore TheodoreRoosevelt Roosevelt has emerged emergedfrom emergedfrom emerge d
from the hunting grounds of Africa Afrit3where L
where he has been for many months mont115and a
and is approaching Khartoum The Thenewspaper Thenewspaper Tb Tbnewspaper C
newspaper correspondents who went Tip Jpthe i p pthe I
the Nile to meet him in a boat of their theirown theiown
own fell in with the craft which is con conveying conveying L ¬ I
veying him just before breakfast the theother th C
other morning and were invited on onboard onboard o 11
board to join in the meal Walter WalterWellman WaltcrVellman r
Wellman is authority for the statement statementthat statementthat t
that the colonel stood on the deck of ofhis ofhis o ohia f
his vessel arrayed in a halo consisting consistingof consistin g gof
of a red shirt and pajamas Also so soWellman soTell s sTellmafl
Wellman Tell man says ho was barefooted He Hewas Heas Hewas
was as immensely immensel pleased to see the news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper men and about the breakfast breakfasttable breakfasttable breakfasttable
table and afterward there was a amighty amighty
mighty talkfcst in which the former formerPresident formerPresident
President did some of the conversing conversingn comcrsingtiula
n tiula Zfll ml a great deal of listening listeningAll
All the evidence is that Colonel Colonc1Rooscelt ColonelRoosevelt
Roosevelt has come forth from the thehunting thehunting
hunting fields in the best of health He Heis Heis
is in good spirits and as hard as nails nailsIt nailsIt
It is asserted that he ate six eggs and andconsiderable andconsiderable andconsiderable
considerable bacon for breakfast Most llostany Mostany
any jury would accept a < cept this as circum circumstantial circumstantial
stantial evidence of the fact that Mr llrRoosevclt MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt is in fit physical condition conditionIf
If any newspaper man went to see Mr MrRoosevelt lr lrRooscelt
Roosevelt expecting c pccting him to talk politics politicshe
he was disappointed On the contrary
Mr Roosevelt at once announced flatly flatlyhe flatlyn
he would not be interviewed on politics poIitieseither politicseither
either in Africa or in Europe and that thatanybody thatanybody
anybody giving out an alleged inter interjtV intervkv
rlev jtV with him on this subject would wouldbe 01lld 01lldbe
be consigned to the Ananias Club But Butit Butit Butit
it is hardly to be supposed any of the tlletrained thetrained
trained correspondents sent to meet meethim meethim meethim
him expected Colonel Roosevelt to talk talkon talkOn
on politics at this time and conse consequently consequently comequently
quently it is not to be assumed they theywere theywere
were disappointed disappointedFor
For all the hastiness that has some sometimes sometimea
times been ascribed to him himJ Mr r Reese ¬
vi vel velt elt t is not in the habit of going off offhalf offhalf offlf
hi half ha lf cocked c ckod ona proposition of of pplitics ppliticsHe P pIiU l iti 8 8He s swill
B He will not in thjs case He will will un undoubtedly undoubtedly unubtedly ¬
di doubtedly do ubtedly look the ground over over in this thiscountry thiscountry thisuntry
c country co < untry carefully before ho ventures venturesany venturesypolitical cntur s sany
a1 any an political outgivings He may mayor mayormay or ormay oray
n may m ay not talk later on onIt onlt onIt
It does not detract from the acute acuteinterest acufeinterest acuteterest
ii interest in terest of the situation that some som ot ofthe otthl ote
t the th e dispatches from the men with withRoosevelt withRooscvelt withosevelt
E Roosevelt Ro osevelt say he intends to keep silent silenton silentpolitics
o on politics oven when he gets back to tothe tothe toe
tl the th e United States StatesTHE StatcsTHE StatesHE
In Ute course of the proceedings proceedingswhich proceedingswhkh proceedingshkh
which w hkh the State f Indiana has insti instituted instituted instited ¬
b tuted tiu ted to annul the charter of the hotel hotelcompany
o company co which boasts of lIon Tom TomTaggart Toutggart
1 Taggart Ta ggart as its head the Warwick of ofDemocracy ofDemocracy
E Democracy De mocracy was asked some pointed pointedquestions pointedquestions
q questions qu estions about the confiscation of ofgambling
g gambling ga mbling paraphernalia in the Casino CasinoTIle
1 The he political enemies of Mr Taggart TUlT8rt TUlT8rttime
ti time ti me out of mini have been dragging draggingin draggingthat
ii in that Casino as Mr Dick dragged draggedin
ii in King Charles head They have llavcintimatedand
ii intimated intimatedand in and in moments of excite excitement excitement ¬
n ment in ent have nave directly charged cIuugedtlmt tliat Mr MrTaggrrt
1 Taggart T knew his guests were not notpla
p playiig pla pl ayiig Jg pushpin or bumblepuppy They Theyhave Theyhave
h have ha ve even made it clear that in their theiropinion theiropinion
o opinion op inion Mr Taggart had a tainted per percentage porcentage ¬
c centage ce ntage from the games gamesBut gamesBut
But on the witness stand at Paoli Paoliit
ii it came out that he doesnt know knowroulette knowroulette
r roulette ro roah ulette from baccsrat ooc rat lIe had lad read readabour readanou
a ah abour ou baccarat in connection with the theBabbling theabbling
4 Babbling B abblin Brook and the Tranby TranbyCroft TranbyCroft Tranbyroft
C Croft C roft scandal when the Prince of ofWales ofWales ofales
Wales W ales was said to have uttered that thatwicked thatwicked thaticked
v wicked w icked little epigram about a mans mansperjuring man manperjuring mansperjuring
perjuring himself like a gentleman gentlemanWhether gentlemanWhetllcr gentlemanhether
Whether W hether it was the epigram or tho thobaccarat thoooccarat theaccarat
I baccarat b that stuck 8tu k in his is mind most mostdeeply mostdeeply mosteeply
d deeply d is not known At t all event eventwhen eventllwhen eventshen
i when w hen he was asked if the wheels wheelswith heels heelswith
with w ith holes and slots in them found foundat foulMIat
a at a t French Lick wore used for playing playingroulette plyingroulette
i roulette or baccarat b he asked with a anaivette
naivctte n wholly refreshing refreshi g in one of ofour
our o ur popular leaders Isnt it the saia saiathing IMIDething1 same
1 thing thingThe thing1The t hingThe
The smile was childlike and bland blandHe blndHe blande
He H e seemed pained P incd to think that his hisinnocence hisinnocence
i innocence in nocence was not regarded as entirely entirelygenuine entirelyenuine
j genuine g enuine He still leaves the impression impre86ionthat
1 that t all through the years he has been beenmaligned
j maligned m that the green goods man manwould
i would w ould meet liiui 1iii at the station when whenhe whenhe whene
he h e came to the city aad the t e shellgame shellgameartist shell me meartist
j artist a would impose upon him at the thecounty t e ecounty
aco county co < unty fair fairIt fair fairIt
It is plain that the only game of ofchance ofchance
r chance c lIe ever engages in is a Demo Democratic Democratic Demoratic
cratic c < campaign the t e retilt of which whichunder Jtiell Jtiellunder
i under u the law of averages avcra es hue Jong Jongsince Joftgsince Ioss Iossince
i since s lost nearly every element of ua uacertainty 111certainty tntertainty
t certainty certaintyThe c ertaintyThe
The BanjngerPincaot inquiry l lequirynded q lry has hasended hasended
ended e Jim Ham Lewis has ba shared eel Jf Jfhis CJfrhis
his h is whinkers Dr1 Dr Csk c CJk k has gotten gt to tothe tothe tehe
the t he NorthPole North Pole Pole and William W Uam Jingles JinglesBryan JlngleBrJoan I Iryan
Bryan B ryan doesnt want to be bePro President PresidentNone Preekientone kleRt
None N one of this is true tm but Its a fine day daydream daydream dayream
l dream d ream for an afternoon like tMs tMsWith ttdlJVlth tk1 tk1With
With H 19 > 9 a month m nth and offers oKer of a cou couple couple ¬
1 ple p Ie of scores of jobs OB his biaay bands 1Nmdsto 1Nmdstosay to tosay p
say s ay nothing of a wife who he says 5 is isjimdandy Ma Ii Ii3Imdandyyolflg
a jimdandy jlmdandyyo young 1R = Mr Knox seems eem ems to tobe tobe t
be b e in position P lUon to t give Ive somebody the thelaugh thelaugh th I
laugh l
War with Ith Japan is sure says ys Leslie LeslieM Le LeslieM
M Shaw but everybody < remembers remembersthat reme bers bersthat I Ihat
that t when Mr Ir Shaw saw was ILS Secretary of ofthe orthe
the Treasury he ruled that frog leg legwere gs gswere I Iere
were w ere poultry poultryThe poultlJThe poultryThe
The New York magistrate who whoe says sayshe lItyhe
i he h e will m not allow children to marry marrymight mirry mirrymIsht mrr mrrmight
might go further and l d not allow married marriedpeople J1tIU1Jedpeople I Ieople
people p to act like child children ohildronGocrnor childrenGovernor ron ronGovernor
Governor Fort may ma be right when he hesays heaas Inays
says s ays arbitration is I the solution of un unrest unrest tanest ¬
rest r est but the trouble is that ao few peo people peopic peolc ¬
ple p lc want to arbitrate arbitrateWe arbitrateWe
We infer that spring has arrived a alittle alittle i iittle L
little l in advance of Colonel CoM neI Roosevelt Rooseveltat t tt
at a t Khartoum The thermometer thermomet regis registers registers regisera ¬
ters t era lOG in the hde tthude tthudeIt shsileIt hdeIt
It is hope the weather will ill be fairer fairerthan fairerthan r rthan
than some of the New York promoters promoterswhen promotershen a awhen
when hen the aviation avlnti ll meet come 811 off when wherever whenever hor horever ¬
ever It may be beMr beMr beMr
Mr Jack Cudahy had no treuWe in re resigning restgnlng yeigning ¬
signing s fiom his club The ch club l stew steward 381ard Mewant ¬ 1
ard didnt want a run on his butcher butcherknives butellerknives r rknives
knives knivesVeather knivesWeather
Weather forecast Good weather pro promotIng prometIng j jmoting I
moting automobile fatalities fatalitiesAnti S SAnd
And winter lingering mussed < up the thelap thelap th C Cap
lap l ap qf March MarchSINCE MarchSINCE MarchSINCE
Master MasterSlncc Since your wife died you OU have havegot bavebot bar a agot
got drunk every day You had better betterget betterset r rget
get married again at once onceServant onceSe onceServantOh
Servant Se ServantOh antOh Oh sir leave me vet a amonth amonth t tmonth
month In my grief srlerBon Bon VIvant
IntheMailBagi IntheMailBagiThe In the Mail Bag BagThe
The TImes will accept for publi publication pubUcation publication ¬
cation In lt Its BlnU Bag columns columnsKhort columlLSIIhort co1umushort
short vigorous letter on Question Questionof
of public Intereat It cannot un undertake undertake tanderfake ¬
dertake to puhllBu letters exceed exceeding exceedIns exceedIn ¬
Ins In 250 0 words and Ju1 reserves eneJI theHfclit the tb0right e erIght
rIght rigidly rlgldl to condense commu communications communications commuiiicatlons ¬
nications Yrlilch are of greater greaterlength renterlength greaterlength
length Letters should be irrltten irrlttenon Trlttenon
on one aide flub of the paper only onl and andmust nndlust andmust
must contain the name and address addressof nddrcsof
of the writer riter but these will not be bepubllNlicd IepuhllNllecl bepublished
published If request to that effect effectIM
IM iJ made madeDefends mndeDefends madeDefends
Defends Tipping Tipp ng SystemWashington SJstemVaahlntton System SystemsWashington
Washington D C CMrCh March 11 11 18M 18MTo 181fTo 191 191o
i To T o The Tm Th Thesa s Mall Bag BagIn D8 D8In BegIn
In reference to Why tips should be begiven begiven
given g iven I beg to submit to the general generalpublic Generalpublic
public p this letter and call attention attentionto attenU attentiqna n nto
to a few reasons why persons In a posi position position ¬
t tion ti on to receive them should b be allowed allowedto
t to toth take all tips that may be given to tothem tothem
t them themEvery themEery th em emEvery
Every American citizen has the free freeright freeright
right ri ght to give and spend his hi money at athis athis atis
j his h is own will willStop willStop
Stop and think what your humble humbleservant humbleservant
s servant the waiterman has ha to con contend contend conend ¬
t tend with High living strikes us all allalike allalike alllike
alike a like and we have to pay I 30 9 to 38 38 a amonth amonth
month m onth rent The wages ages paid us by U the thebest e ebeet
best b est proprietors run from from I to 525 5 5 a amonth amonth aonth
month m onth Can we be honest and support supportour upportour
our O ur families at this rate rateI
I wish to say here for the benefit of ofall otan ofll
all a ll waiters that we earn o e rn n and are thank thankful 1hDkful thancul ¬
f ful ul for every tip we get God bless th thkind uis uiskln the
kind kln k ind and cheerful giver giverWM giverW
1214 Nineteenth street N W WCapital v vI
I Capital Tales TalesA
A A TTENTION TTE TIO has been called by the thearrival thearrhal thearrival
arrival of the Roosevelt bust to tothe totho tothe
the fact that the Senate of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates Unitedtates
States S tates commemorates its distinguished distinguishedPresidents dltlnguiahedPre distinguishedresidents
Presidents Pre P klent in marble while they tho are areyet areyet
yet y et living It is a common practice to tohonor tohonor toonor
l honor h onor dead heroes In marble bronze bronzeand bronzeand bronzend
J and a nd clay but only the Senate nate system systematically systemtleally IItematJcally ¬
atically a confers the distinction upon liv living JhIn ¬
ing In l ag men menStatuary menStatuary menStatuary
Statuary Hall is J Ailed to overflowing overflowingwith oyerJJo1lng1ilh overflowingWith
with statesmen and benefactors in inmarble Inmarble
marble and granite They Tb come from fromnearly fromnearly fromearly
nearly n all the States but not one of ofthem otthem ofthem
them represents repre enta the living The bust bustin buawIn bustsn
j in I n the Congressional Co euIonAl Library are in inmemory Inmemory Inmemory
i memory of great Americans who have havepassed haveped havesssed
1 passed p sssed away The Senate however howeverprefers h01everprefers
prefers p refers to honor its It Vice Presidents Presidentswhile PrMldentswhile Presidentswhile I
while they are yet alive and are able ableto abIeto ableo
to t o enjoy the mark of their countrymenasteem countrymens countrymensesteem ft fte
esteem esteemIt e e < steemIt eem eemIt
It is a singular fact though that no noceremonies noceret1lOlllM noeremonies
ceremonies c ever attend the installation installationof I
of o f a a bust of a Vice President ldent Quietly Quietlythe QuJetlythe
the marble is 1 slipped into place QuietlyI by the theSuperintendent ba baSuperintendent theSuperintendent I
Superintendent of the Capitol This is isdone IsdoDe Isons
done d < ons without even an official announce announcement AADOUftOement announcemont ¬
ment mentCron
Cronies Cron es in Congress CongressRONIES CongressC
C ci RONIES are found in public life lit at atWashington atWa al ala
a Washington Wa ton joei t as anywhere else elseCongress eCORlr88II
Congress is full of Damon and putaaeH Pythias Pythiasoases I
oases Sometimes Ute intimacy between betweentwo betweentwo betweestwo I
two members of the Senate or House Housewill HotMewill
will follow Collo the proximinlty of their seats seatson seatson seatson I
on the floor sometimes It will result resultfrom reaultfrom L Ltheir
from their association on committees committeesor
or sometimes OI even their opposition to toeach toeach t teach
each other on public measure will wax waxinto waxInto Wa Wanto
into I warm friendship f ndaohlp outside the Capi Capitol Capitol Captel ¬
tol t el
tolA elA
A singular instance of this th was the thefriendship thefriendship I
friendship between Senators Se Tillman and andSpooner andSpooner an anSpooner i
Spooner They fought each other r con consistently consl conMetently ¬
sistently sl tently in the chamber but they would wouldinvariably wouldInarlabl wouknvariably
invariably I lunch together afterward afterwardThen AfterwardTheA
Then too the late Senators Quay and andVest andYet auc aucVeat I
Vest were the closest of friends Sen Senators SenatOl1l Senatoi ¬
ators atoi i Crane and Knox too were inti intimate Intimate Intlmate ¬
mate friends Theycame They came into the body bodyone bodyone bod bodone
one day cia together and as new members membersare me C Care
are not given ven much consideration they theyrather theyraUMr thenrather
rather drifted together out of mutual mutualsympathy mutueJaympathy snutuasympathy
sympathy sympathySenators aympathySenators sympathyStore
Senators Clark of Arkansas and Over Overman Overman ¬
man of 0 North Carolina go to theaters theaterstogether theaterstogether theatertogether I
together walk down th the Avenue after aftersession afterH8 r
session and are almost inseparable inseparableSenators ln InseparableZOfltore eparablenators L rL
Senators nators Frazier and Foster both South Southerners Southerners Southerners ¬
erners and accupying adjoining seats seatsare eatsare seatsare >
are cronies white Senators Daniel and andMartin andIartiR an anManIla
Martin both of Virginia Y l1inla are like broth brothers brothers brothera ¬
ers They are the only onl two Senators Senatorsfrom Soontorsfrom S Sfront
from the same State with neighboring neighboringseats nelghborlaseats
seats seatsIn seatIn seatsIn
In the House It Is often remarked that thatOllie thatOllie the t tOllie
Ollie James of Kentucky Is 1 somewhere somewhereabout Hntewhereabout e eabout
about if Representative Helms of Ala Alabama AIabame Alahaute ¬
haute is 1 in sight and vice versa ersa One Oneof On 0 0of
of the newer ne Aer < intimacies among public publicmen publicmen C Cmen
men is that between Associate Justices JusticesLurton JusticesLurton a aLurton
Lurton and White of the Supreme Court CourtThey CourtThey CourlThey
They are both old Confederate soldiers aoldiersand soidlerand
and day by day they can be seen slowly slowlywending 8101wending slowl slowlwending
wending their way wa down the Avenue Avenueann AOftU8ann I Iann
ann in arm armWILL annVILL armWILL
CHARLESTON W Va March 13 13Capt 13Capt 13Capt
Capt Isaac C Jenks of the Twenty
United States Infantry Infantr who has hasbeen hasbten ha habeen
been stationed at Buffalo N Y and andwho andwho rji ii
who was as detailed to make inspections inspectionsof S
of the West rest Virginia VI lnla National inspectionI Guard Guardhas Guardhas Guarlhas I
has arrled here and begun his work
will be completed co pleted April 3
The Young Lady Across the Way
The young younglady youngLa younglady
lady La dy across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the way says saysshe sayss saysshe
she s he doesnt doesntwonder do docsntwonder snt sntwonder
wonder that thatMay thatMay thatMay
May wheat wheatcostssomuch wheatcostssomueh wheatcostssomuch
costssomuch costssomuchwhen costssomuehwhen costssomuchwhen
when IfJ Ifco of cfcoursenct J
i icourse
course co coursenct coursenctiery U r s e not notvery nvt7J
very 7J e r y much muchof J1 ntuehof llh llhof
of the crop cropcan era cropI p pI
can be ripe ripeso
so early in inthe inthe inthe
the season
Mrs lYI Franklin ran lin MacVe4gh MacVe gh EntertainsAt Entertains
yj yjAt
At At Tea From Four Fourto to Six SixoClock oclock
Wife of Secretary of the theTreasury theT
Treasury T reasuryHost Hostess ss This ThisAfternoon ThisAftemooJi
Afternoon AfternoonMiss AftemooJiMiss
Miss Mary Cryaers 5 Guests GuestsEnjoymg
Enjoying Musicale Musicaleand Musicaleand
and Tea TeaMrs
Mrs MacVeagh wife 1te of the Secretary
of o f the Treasury Is entertaining at a
tea t ea this th afternoon from 4 to 6 oclock
Palms Killamey roses tulips and andonquils
Jonquil j will form th the house decora
tions t ion and the tea table will be adorned adornedwith adornedwith
with w ith a centerpiece of spring flowers
Miss 11 Goorglana Hopkins will preside pre lde ldeat
at a t the tee table tableMIN tableMiss
+ f
MIN Mary 1 Cryder Crydjwijl will 111 entertain at a amu
musicaletea mu m lcaletea this aten afternoon n at 5 oclock oclockn
In I n her residence on N btreet btreetJS b btreotThe treetThe
JS The artle 1 of tlw afternoon will be
Miss MI Mary McFsJl eFU and Miss M Ml e Katherine Katherinerooks I
Brooks B rooks solokite and Miss 1U Ethel TozIer Tozleraccompanist I
accompanist ct a ompant ompantMlu I
Miss Flora Parker will preside at the thetea I
tea t ea table which will be adorned with a acenterpiece acen aeilterpicce
centerpiece cen c erplece of spring flowers flowersS flowersMrs owersMnr
+ S
Mrs Albert Clifford Barney was host hoeteM
ess e m at aa informal luncheon party to toI
o d ay y i
yMra + i
Mrs Henderson entertained
a party
at a t luncheon today tOd8 at Boundary Castle CastleJ CastlevdtMrs I
+ J Castlej
Mr vdtMrs and Mrs F y Kingsbury Curtis of
r New York are th2 th thn guests of Mrs Irs Cur CurTwentyflrut
lit t ie mother Mrs G W lcLanahan or
Twentyflrut t and C5 streets for the
month of March The will open their
Tuxedo house about tIns first of April
for f ot the spring season seasonTableau Se8HnTableau
t i
Tableau Program ProgramFor ProgramFor
For House of Mercy Benefit BenefitMuch BenefitMuch
Much interest is being lt b taken in the i
tableaux t to be given for the beneAc of ofthe
the he House Hou e of Mercy building bulkllJ i fund at orl
Continental Hall or April AprilThe 7
The first tableau will represent Capt CaptJohn Captohn
John J ohn Smith teaching Pecahontas in inwhich
which hleh the part of Potahontas PO ahofttas will ill be hiaken
taken t by a a direct descendant de cendant of the In 1 n
dian princess prine Miss Mary Lord Andrew ADdm11tThe a
The second tableau Franklin at t taM e
Court of Ioute XVI will in be In charge chargeof
of r Mrs Cbtard and Mrs fls Hammond HammondA
A scene x ne from army life will be the thethird tbethird I
third t picture and it Is in charge of Mrs Mn
LangfiU ftlt Mrs Downey Mrs Humph Humphrey HUMpkrey
rey Mrs Hall Mrs rs Aleshire and Mrs Mm
Crawford CrawfordThe CrawfordThe
The fourth fourthS Martha Washingtons Re
ception is in charge of Mrs Barber
Walker WalkerCountess WalkerCount
Countess Count von Ber Bermttorft and Countess I
Moltke ltke will be In charge cha e of the CountesaI fifth I
tableau which will 111 be the diplomatic
one oneThe
The sixth which is in charge of Mrs rs
R R Hoes will ne e The American birai i
Minister lInl ter et the Court of Napoleon apoIOn
Mrs ir Schroeder and Mrs Emory will all I
be in charge of the seventh tableau
which will be the navy tableau en ¬
titled Commodore Perrys Perry Reception enr by bl r
the Imperial Commissioners Comml alonen at Tokyo
The eighth e tableau Washingtons a
Last Birthday Anniversary An ersary Is in inchargo Is I
charge of Mrs Monrce Hopkins and an
Kiss Jane Hunt
BetsT8 Battle FIa Flag the ainti nth I
tableau is in charge of Mrs TaJbott I
The t ioth e th which is in charge o oi Mrs
Hunt Slater ter Commodore Truxton Re Receiving Reesiving ¬
ceiving ii a Decoration from the th United I
States tat Goverrment has the th scene laid t
in the White House HouseMiss u uMItiS
Miss fns Cameron is in charge cf the theeleventh tMeleventh C
eleventh tableau vjich represents ents C
John Adams at the Time of the Revo ¬
lution lutionThe lutionThe lutiseiThe
The last picture is In cluuge chat hue go of two twoadtes t 1100
allies 34 the wife of a Senator and one
the wife te of f a Membi emh of the H H6I Hoose < H ge ¬
It S3 3 to illustrate Political Life LifeMrs LJCei LateMrs
Mrs William Manning MsXnIug nA i Irwin rill re receive receive ¬
ceive informally this afternoon She will willt xii
be t ve with her her sister Mme This Thieaut
baut > aut wife ire of the Minister of France al alSuenos a t tBuenos
Buenos Aires who has hasbeen been her guest vestorHVer1 miss = t
for orHVer1 several days and who leaves Wash Pash ¬
ington tomorrow tomorrowMr tomorroIr
Mr and Mrs John R McLean will en ¬
tertain a party part of thirty guests at din dtaner dinner dinmar
ner this evening followed by a musicale i
Georse Harris the tenor of Xew ew York Yorkwill Yo
will ill be the artist of the evening eveningMr
i iXnt
Mr Mrs Harriet Robinson IMS l Xinth Xinthstreet Xlft Xlftstreet 1 1street
street will leave Washington rab today t for forEaston fotEaston fo 1
Easton Pa to visit her sister Mfes MI a
Edith Richardson RichardsonMrs R1e1aanboMrs
Mrs Leiter LeiterEntertains LeiterEntertains
Entertains at Dinner DinnerMrs DinnerIno
Mrs Loiter Leit entertained a party at din dinner dinn dinnor ¬
nor n last evening mlB in honor of tho French FrenchAmbassador FrenehAtbANlador FrencAnbasssdor
Ambassador and Mme JtisserandThe Jtisserand eraRdThe
4 4The +
The British h Ambassador and Mrs MrsBryce MrsBtce MrsBryce
Bryce and Mr Justice and Mrs Lurton Lurtonwere IAltOftwere trtonwere
were the guests in compliment to whom whomMrs whomIn whomMrs
Mrs Samuel Spencer entertained entertai ed a aparty aptlrty aparty
party at dianer last evening evenings eveningMr
s > Ie IeIr
Mr Ir and Mrs Arthur Arthur L Lee e weroaiaon werol am4
those entertaining parties at dinner last lastevening JutecnlI1 lastevonri
evening eveningJohn ecnlI1John evonri evonriJohn
John Barrett BarrettHost BarrettHost BarrettHost
Host at Luncheon LuncheonJohn LuncheonJohn LuncheonJohn
John Barrett Director ef the Inter International International international ¬
national Bureau of American Republics Republicswas Re > ubUcs ubUcswas
was host at a luncheon at the New Wil Wlllard Willard Willard
lard yesterday in honor of the th former formerAmbassador formerAmbBSMdor formerAmbassador
Ambassador t to Paris Henry White WhiteLewis WhiteLewis Phlte PhlteLewis
Lewis Nixon of NCTT K York and Col ColE ColE ColE
E H Crowd Crowder er U S A delegates o othe or orthe ofthe
the United States to the Fourth Pan PanAmerican PanAmerican PanAmerican
American Conference ConferenceThe ConterenceThe ConferenceThe
The additional guests were wereThe woreTho wereThe
The Mexican ambassador Francisco
Leon de la Barra BarraThe BarraThe BartaThe
The Third Assistant Secretary of State
Chandler Hale HaleThe HaleThe HaleThe
The Chief of the Latin American Di Division Dlvision ¬
vision Islon of the State Department Thos C
Dawson DawsonThe DawsonTho DawsonThe
The Commissfdner General of the t Q
United States to the Argentine Exposi ¬
tion Ernest H Wands WandsThe WandsTile WandsThe
The minister of Costa Rica Joaquln
Bernardo Cairo CalvoThe CairoThe
The minister mlnlsteroC of th Argentine Repub ¬
lie Epifanlo Portela PortelaThe PortelaThe PortelaThe I
The minister mlnl tor of Ecuador Luis Felipe Felipminister
Carbo CarboThe C
The minister of Uruguay Luis Mcliaa
Lafinur LafinurThe LaftnurThe LafinurThe
The minister of Guatemala Luis To ¬
ledo Herrarte HerrarteThe HerrarteThe HerranteThe
The minister of Salvador Federico
Malta MejiaThe MaltaThe I cj I a aThe
The minister of Chile Anlbal Cruz CruzThe CrnThe CruzThe
The minister of Honduras Luis Lazo
A AThe
The minister of Haiti H Pauleus San Sannon Sannon
non nonThe The minister of Cuba Gen Carlos
Garcia Velez VelezThe VelezThe VclezThe
The minister of fJ Venezuela P Ezequlel
Eojas EojasThe R PojasThe
The minister of Colombia Francisco
de P Borda BordaThe BordaThe BordaTh
The Th special envoy tt f Costa Rica Luis Luisnderson
Anderson AndersonThe AndersonThe nderson ndersonThe
The special envoy of Panaca Belisarlo
Porras PorrasThe PorrasThe FormsThe
The charge daffaires of Brazil Br n R de deLIma doLIma
Lima c Silva SilvaThe SIlvaThe SlIm SlImThe
The charge cha daffaires or Peru P ru Manuel ranu t
de Freyre y Santander SantanderGan SantanderGon SantanderGait
Gait George W Dam DatisScott DamScott DavisScott
Scott C Bone BoneIra Bon BonIra Boneira
Ira E Bennett BennettFrancisco BonnettFrancisco BennettFrancisco
Francisco J Yancs
I At Homes in SocietyiMrs Society I IMrs
iMrs Mrs C C Pratt wire of Represeata Representae
Uv th8 e Pratt of Pennsylvania PeDn lvBla will re re receive
cegu ceive ce lve Tuesday assisted a by her hoeee hoeeeMrs
guest guW gu est lIJss Margaret Le1mDB of I
W Ylchlta ichita han hanMrs I
Mrs Charles I Corby will receive ic
f lOrmally fo onnaU tomorrow afternoon afternoonMrs atemooMrs afternoonMrs
Mrs Wallace HadoHffe wm w t receive
toM tomorrow to morrow afternoon assisted bv 1 by y T Dr > r
3 Mary M ary RIggs Noble of Indian Lod Inl InlMrs lad IIMiMns ladMrs
Mrs Wttliston IIsOOB Hough ii wfol set receive
tomorrow tomorrowMrs tomorrowMrs tm norrow norrowMrs
Mrs Philip T dee D Dedge will 111 receive to tomorrow tomorrow toorrow ¬
morrow m orrow afternoon assisted bv her
daughter da ughter Mrs Thomas C Musgie MusgieMrs MuagraveMrs SIYe SIYeMrs
Mrs James a C Pilling liiVffig + will receive reeeI to to ¬
morrow m orrow afternoon for the last time this
season se ason Mrs Pilling will have with her
h her be r sister Mrs rs T P OConnor of Eng E g ¬
1 land la nd who is s her house guest guestLuncheon sueRLuncheon
J Luncheon L 1 Party Given GivenB GivenBy
B By the Mi3ses Cameron CameronThe
The Misses 11 Cameron entertained a aparty aparty
I party pa rty at luncheon today in honor of oftheir ottheir ofeir
their th eir house guest Mrs Leeds of New NewYork Nework
York YorkMrs Y ork orkMrs I
York1rS j
Mrs > 1rS James C Pilling entertained a ahonor
amftJI i nitIl party at dinner ner last evening In Inonor
j honor h onor of her house guest t her sister
Mrs M rs T P OConnor of C London IARdoi IARdoThe IimdonThe
i 5 5The
The Misses Cameron Ca ertft entertained a aparty aparty aarty
party p arty at dinner lost evening IB honor honorof
of o < f their house sutit Mrs Leeds of
oN New N ew York YorkMr Yorkl YorkMr
Mr l Ir and Mrs T C Dawson were hosts ho t3 t3at
at a t dinner last evening ev iDg having among
thR their th eir guests the Minister from rom Costs
Rica R ica and Mme Calve the charge e daf dsfaires ¬
faires of Peru Mr Santand < r Repre Representative Representative Retireentative ¬
sentative s sm and Mrs Hitchcock Com ¬
maDder m ander Logan of the Mayflower Ma ftower and andrs
Mr Mn M rs Lumley LumleyThe
i j
The Netherlands Minister and Xme
London L ondon entertained at a muefcaJe niusIcaI lcale last JuteyenlRg hasevening
evening e at the legation The artists of ol ole
the th e evening were George G e Harris Hnrr jr jr the I
tenor t enor and Barringtoa Branch the pi p4nist ¬
anist anistMrs an a nist L L1111I S SMrst
Mrs Stanley Staaleya Ma441 MLbw5 + ews entertained I
a party at dinner d last evening evosjlngDinner W WDinner eveninginner
Dinner D inner Party PartyAt PartyAt Partyt
At A t the Depew Heme HemeSenator HemeSeaator HemeSenator
Senator and Mrs rs Depew b4 dining diningwith iawith dhiin
with W ith them last evening the Minister of ofSweden ofSwedfR 0 0wedea t
Sweden S and Mme d de Lag Lagercraatz LagercraatzSenator Lagermeatsenator rcraatz rcraatzSenator
Senator S enator Gallinger Senator tor Warren WarrenSenator Warrenenator WarreDS
Senator S < tor and Mrs Rayner Representa Representative Repreeeataeve ¬
eve t and Mrs Longworth Representa Representative ellta elltative ¬
lA tive l ive Hamilton Fish and Miss X Xli Fish the theAssistant theAMlstNtt Dii Diissistant
Assistant A Secretary of War ar and Mrs MrsRobert Mrsobert
Robert R Shaw Oliver the Solicitor Gen General General Geeral ¬
eral e ral and Mrs Lloyd Bowers Bowen Mr and andMrs andIn eve I
Mrs M rs John W Foster Fo Mr and Mrs r
Thomas T honias Nelson oOn Page Mr and MrsL Mrs MrsWoodbury IrsVoodbury MrsWoodbuzy L
Woodbury BlaIr Mr r mid nd Mrs Law Lawrence Lawrence Lawenee ¬
rence r Townsend Town en4 Mrs Norman Will Williams WDI1a ¬
iams 1a l Mrs Albert Clifford Barney Willa Mtes yBoardman MIs MIsoardman a
Boardman B and Prince Koudacheff KoudacheffThe KoudAcbettThe KoudeeheffThe
The Military Attache Att tbe of the th German GUftMlnembass Germitimbassy
embassy embass e Major jor von on LJvioniuA was WtJhost weost
host h ost at a stag dinner last evening hay bar barug
ing Ift l ug as a his guests Brigadier General AJe AJeshlre AJehlre Alehire
i hire s Brigadier General Allen Prof PoCKlliani
Kiltaai K Illatal of Columbia College New York
city C tt3 Mr r Frommel of New ew York Yorkount
Count C ount Wedel counselor of otXft1or the embassy
Major M ajor Richardson Major Ka Iaon Straub Major oajOrPotta Mao Maootts
Potts P otts Captain Van VoorWs Captain ln ii iiallar
CalUttt C allar Captain Haywood Captain 1
Sn Stade4 S the naval attache of the themAR Get German Getasa ¬
man n asa embassy y Commander Hiraga the themilitary Di e
military attache of the German em ¬
bassy b se Lieutenant Colonel Tanaka Mr Mrvon JIIrYOII Mion L
von v on Stumra second secretary and an I Iaron
Baron B aron von Hardenbroek attache of the lb e eerman
Gl German G erman embassy 7 A number of C addi I ¬
tional l guests came eamein in later for f beer beerHunt beerHunt taestunt
Hunt H unt Ball BallAt BallAt Ballt
At A t Chevy Chase C se dab dabOne ClaboOne ClubOne
One of the most important events of ofthe orthe a athe
the spring season of equal eq interest t to tothe tothe t the
the t he dancing contingent and the follow followers followers foflovens ¬
ers e ns of the brands is the hunt ball ar arranged rnmged aaranged ¬
ranged by the governors of the Chevy Chev Chevhase
Chase C hase Club to take place at the club clubFriday clubFrlda a ariday
Friday Frlda F riday evening April S 8This SThis STitle
This will ill be the first event of o the t kiad kiadfor kiadror kl d dor
for fa f or years and premises to be a brilliant brilliantaffair bciIItantatralr it
affair a The program win include gen general general I IrnI ¬
eral e rnI dancinp ncIn for the early part of the theevening Uteevening Di Divening
evening e followed by a cotillion for forwhich forwhich fo fowhich
which the favors will be appropriate toj to t 0
the t he occasion occasionA
A number of dinners will precede p ecle the tb e eell
ball b ell and members of the hunting sets setsin 3etsIn set S Sn
in i n Washington and from Virginia Mary Mr Mr1nd Mamaand ¬
land l and New York will attend attendClarence attendClarence attendClarence
Clarence Moore master of the hound houndsof houndof Is
of o f the Chevy Chase Club will have havecharge haveehar bar 8 8harge
charge ehar c e of the details of the ball assist assisted isted L ¬
0 ed 41 by b Brig Gen Clarence R Edwards Edwardsas a as
0a as a s chairman chalnn n of the executive committee 5
Members of Younger Set SetHold SetHold SetHold
Hold Paper Chase ia iaVirginia i iVirginia iiVirginia
Virginia VirginiaParty VirginiaParty VirginiaParty
Party Entertained at Glen Glenwald Glenwald Glenwald
wald by John Hender HenderA HendersonJr
son sonJr sonJrA Jr JrA
A number of young yeu g pessfe met this thismoraincr tiltsmomIar tidemoruin
moruin moraincr at t U oclock directly dlrecti beMnd beMndof
of C r ti u WWte House e for a paper chase efcsseW eeaeVen chaseWeen
W Ven en the signal gaal was given they tile scam scampered seampered scamered ¬
p pered ered off o toward Virginia foilowtes g the thetrail therail
trail t which ended at Glenwald the thecountry thecountry theountry
c country ptaee owned by > y John Header Headerson H8RderSOD Headeron
son s on Jr r Mr Henderson Hend who was one oneof aneot onef
of o f the riders entertained the party at atuncheon
luncheon l The riders included lD debu debuantea ¬
tantes t members of the youa YOWl married marriedset
set and a number nU18 er ot the Diplomatic
Corps CorpsRepresentative CorpReJMee CorpsRepresentative
Representative ReJMee tattve and aad aa Mrs Francis Bur ¬
ton t eat Harrison entertained eeterta ed at dinner dt er last lastWar
evening la honor DC the Secretary er
War and Mrs Dickinson Dlekt n Their other
guests were Mrs Burton Harrison Mr
and Mrs Herbert ert Parsone ParsoneIr Jtfr tr and JIdlrs Mrs
Ten Kyck Wendell Rear R Admiral AdmIral and
Mrs 1I rs Harris Mr aDd Mrs Bdmoad Pen
dteton Dr and Mrs Thomas M
Chatanl Judge and Mrs Charles B BNew
Howry Mr lid Mrs Lewis NIxon of
New ew York Mr and Mrs Albert Doug ¬
las Mr and Mrs Charles rJ G Bennett
and former Governor Gov Magooa MagooaMrs MagoonMrs IagOOllIrs
Mrs Sidney C Kaufman K atmaa of the Ash ¬
ley entertained eDtertaJ the Weekly r kJy Bridge yes ¬
terday afternoon After cards car a lunch
eon was served The table appointments
were in yellow yellowThe yeliowThe yellowThe
The guests were Mrs Samuel J Stein
berser Mrs Sol Minster Mrs rs Calvert
Rosenthal J Mrs Simon Kaan Mrs Jo
sph J Auerbath Mrs Simon Lyons Mrs
Sol Meyer Mrs A Sigmund Mrs Ger
son Nordlinger Mrs rs Ktfdoiph R Betasod
and Mrs x I Behrend BehrendMiss Be rfa BehreniMiss
Miss LoraJne Herman hac returned
home from a a few weeks trip to Cia
etanati Ohio OhioMrs 01110r OhioMrs
Mrs r M Hopfenmaier ier and falsify who
nave spent part of the winter at Tam Tarnpn ¬
pa Fta have returned home homeMtee homei homebliss
bliss 1 Mae WlldMaa of Baltimore Baitfeaorewho Baltimorewho
who has ha been the guest oCMrs 0 Xrs Sfcftoae Sfcftoaereturned StMGMret1ltft6C Sinsoacreturned
returned to her herThe home homeThe homeThe
The ere Mercantile ntile Club club will give a co
tuber for Ks members next Wednesday We
March March15 March15Mrs K Xfrs
Mrs S GaasenaeiMer G88Hft and Mrs Stein Steinof SteiJlof ein einof
of Msohrali Tex will be at home this tkisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon at the theseY theseYDenist Stealey StealeyDaMei ey eyDaatei
DaMei Bonoteger who is attending
school at Mereerstmrg Pa te sow 1I vie vieI
I king his parents Mr and Mrs a S Ben
I stager of C tM tl Du Duea Dupcut DupcutMies ljt
ea eaXIM 4 4Miss
Miss La i Adler of PKtabttrgr Pa Pawho Pawho
who ito te the west of her sister si te Mrs Jo Joseph Jos Josepit ¬
seph s Abel Ab 14tt I Clifton Ct street stee is i now noweonvsJescinat DW DWe nowconvalescIng
convalescIng e and a will wh be b pleased to see se
her b he friends friendsMrs fr frrs fniendaMrs p
Mrs rs Julia 1u Luchsof L Luchsotthe oc the th Sterling SerlRg left ln
today to for fo PhIladelphIa Plpl to be the te guest guestof guestof
of her h parents pet Mr Mrand aad Mrs Levy LevyXr LV LVX LevyMr gest gestor
Xr X and a Mrs r Adolpfce Ade Biter Be aaaoance aaaoancethe ace acet announcethe
the t engagement t of o their te daughter dQkter dQkterCrla MIss MteCaroline MIsscaroline
Caroline Crla Beer Be to Morris XC Wolf Vel of
Tampa Ta TampaYIa TampaYIaMr Fia FiaMr P Pr t
Mr r and Mrs r Berrtek Berriek Bttrasttae 1re wilt be beat beat
at hom home in honor hr Bk of o th tr their tr fiftieth fft w we wed wedding wedding ¬
ding di anniversary a this t evening eeig f tre from rera T 10 lOI tOoioek
M I oclock ocl at their tr residence ree 1122 Thir Thirteenth Th Thubooth ¬
booth tM street streetDr st stD streetor
Dr D and a Mrs Xl Abram Abrm Simon S left It Wash Wu ¬
ington lon last J night n t for to New ew York Yok where wJe
Dr D Simon Sn was s invited Jnvte to occupy the theputpH thep thepulpit
pulpit this t morning min of Rabbi R Stephen S
o St S
Wise WI of o the t Free F Synagogue SynagogueMEXICAN SSs SSs1iEXICAN SynagogueMEXICAN
CHANGES ARE MADE MADEPromotions MADEProions MADEPromotions
Promotions Proions transfers trnsfer from fro fe fehome fjje fjjehome e ehome
home office otAc and ad from Honduras Hour Cuba Cuband Cb1 Cubhand
r and nd London Lndn and new neW appointments appointmentsfigure apntments apntmentsfgure appotatmeatafigure
figure fgure in the reorganization rergaizatin of the theMexican theelCf theMexican
Mexican elCf embassy emb8 eZflb4IS T at Washington WashingtonPresident Walon WalonPreident WashingtonPresident
President Preident Diaz Du and ad Ambassador Ambasadr de la laBarra J JBr haBarna
Barra Br will wn install Instal here hre some sle of the thebrightest tbeDrlghtet thebrightest
Drlghtet brightest young men mr In Mexicos Yes dip diplomatic dipJomatl diphomatlc ¬
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