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THE WASHINGTON TIMES TFESDAY TrE D Tll1IifH Y MAKCE 22 2 loin lEi
ROOSEVELT VIEWS VIEWSRUINS VIEWSRUINS
RUINS OF THEBES THEBESEnjoys
Enjoys Matutinal Horse Horseback Horseback Horseback ¬
back Ride to Tombs of ofAncient ofAncien ofAncient
Ancient t KingsF Kings KingsFEAT KingsFEAT
FEAT F EAT RESEMBLES RESEMBLESENDURANCE RESEMBLESENDURAN RESEMBLESENDURANCE
ENDURANCE E TEST TESTToo TESTToo TESTToo
Too Strenuous For Some Members Membersof
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of Party PartyLeaves Leaves Tomor Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow ¬
row For Cairo CairoLUXOR CairoLL CairoLUXOR
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LUXOR LL OR Egypt March 22 2lo No better beUrrproof betterproof I
proof that Colonel Roosevelt is i still in inlino intine intine
tine fettle could have been bo > en furnishedthan furnished furnishedthan i ithan
than his feat today in arising at G Coclock Gocloclt j jocloc1r
oclock alter a particularly wearisome wearisomeday woarlso p pday I
day yesterday and leaving at 8 oclock oclockfor j jtor
for a two hours horseback ho bacl ridn to theruins the theruins
ruins of tho ancient city of Thebes ThebesMost ThebesMort ThebesNowt I
Most of the other members of the Uioparty theIsarty
party preferred to take things thin easy and andeven andn andeven I
even n the newspaper correspondents correspondentsshowed correspondentsshowed
showed no eagerness for the strenuous strenuouscampaign stronuouscampaign strenuouscampaign I
campaign mapped out by the exPresi exPresident exPresldGnt exPresident ¬
dentTha dent dentThe dGntThe
The visit to Thebes wa waa by tar ar the themost thomost themost
most intcrofltlnjr inU reating experience Mr Roosevelt Roore Roorevelt ROOftvelt
velt has njoyed > tJ since ho h began the tliceightswlng th thsihts thesightseeing <
sightseeing sihts lrS part of his trip The trip tripacross tpacrOSE tripacross
across the Nile and the horseback ride rideeeemed rideeemed rideseemed
eeemed to give Ie him an unusual zest for forthe lorthe forthe
the days da30 5 wortVisit War work workVisit
WarVisit
Visit to Tombs TombsThe TombsThe TombsThe
The tombs of the ancient kings of ofEgvpt orE ofEgypt
Egypt E pt in the th hills behind the temples templesof
of Karnak amak wore visited and the liktory liktoryof hltorof hl tor torof
of each explained by Director of An AntfqutUes Antiquittea
tlquHles IVelgall IVelgallAfter WelgallAfter WelsallAfter
After the tombs had been explored cxplor > d the thecolonel thecolonel I
colonel viewed the Colossi f of Ifcuncseum IfcuncseumBerel namseumBer RamrseumBeret
Beret Ber I and Bahrl without seeing which whichno
no trip to Egypt is ever considered com complete Cn1plett contplete ¬
plete That Mr Roosevelt wa W wag deeply deeplyImpressed deeplYImpressed deeplyV
V Impressed by the wonders of ancient ancientEgypt ancientEpt ancientEgypt
Egypt was wa as shown by b his close clo e Ques Questioning qU quetiontng tf tfConiDI ¬ I
tioning of Director Welgall clhall who in inturn Inturn Inturn i
turn was surprised by b the intimate intimateknowledge fntimteknowled Intknateknowledge
knowledge knowled possessed p by the colonel of ofthe orthe ofthe I
the history of the ruins under view viewThe viewThe Iew IewThe
The original program for the day wa wachanged wschanged wachanged >
changed when the party reached reachedThebes roochcdThcbes reachedThebes
Thebes by including a visit to Deir el elBaharl olEaharl ofEaharl
Eaharl where the remains of the thepalace thepalace thepalace
palace of the first ftr t woman ruler of the theworld thevorld theworld
world Queen Hataesu are located locatedWhen locatedben locatedWhen
When ben the colonel heard the story of ofhow orhoW ofhow
how Hataesus henpecked husband de defaced defaced defaced ¬
faced and obliterated all his wifes re records records records ¬
cords after her death he decided he hemust hemut hemust
must see the th < place This delayed the thereturn thereturn thereturn
return trip three hour hourAn hourAn hourAn
An al fresco frE > sco luncheon was served servedat
at the residence of Theodore Theo < lor8 Davis a awellknown awellknown awellknown
wellknown antiquarian antiquarianRestriction antlquarianRestriction antiquarianRestriction
Restriction Necessary NecessaryTodays NecessaryTodas NecessaryTodays
Todays sightseeing slght eelnJ trip was 1 intended intendedstrictly IntendedstrictlY intendedstrictly
strictly as a family ramll affair and nd none nonebut nonebut nonebut
but the Roosevelts and the correspond correspondents corro pOnd pOndents pondents ¬
ents and the guides were in the party partyThis partrestriction partyThis
This restriction was made necessary by bythe bythe bythe
the large number of Americans In Luxor Luxormany Luxormany Luxormany
many of whom have been n drawn here hereby hereb hereby
by b the presence of Mr lr Rooeevelt RooeeveltSo
So many man of the Americans indicated indicateda
a desire to accompany the party that thatit th thatit t
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it was 1 as soon found that if any an out outRiders outslrjers outsiders
Riders were permitted the trip woul would wouldupun1f wouldassume < l lassume
assume the proportions of a Niagara NiagaraFalls NiagaraFalls laSaraFalls
Falls excursion excursionAt excu lon lonAt
At 6 oclock > this thi afternoon the party partyreturned partyreturned partyreturned
returned to the winter palace hotelWhere hotel hotelwhere > I Ivherc
where a reception recl ptlon In the colonels colon > 1s honor honorwin honorwm honorwll
win be given lnl1 tonight Tomorrow even even ¬
ing the RoJevelts leave for Cairo ar arriving arrlvin arr1Cing ¬
riving rlvin there Thursday when for thenext the thenext tb tbnext
next four or five days a program pro > tam of ofvisits orvlts ofvisits
visits and receptions will be gone gonethrough gonethrough on onthrouJh
through that will 111 probably tax even the thestrength thestrength thestrength
strength of the redoubtable colonel colonelSTRICKEN colonelSTRICKEN colonelSTRICKEN
STRICKEN ON STREET STREETBELL STREETBELL STREETBELL
BELL RECOVERING RECOVERINGAlexander
Alexander Bell eightthree rears 8rs old oldof oldor oldof
of 1643 164 Wisconsin avenue had recover recovered rec recovercc ver verthis ¬
ed cc this morning mornln from two attacks of ofvertigo orvrUso ofvertigo
vertigo which he had while on the thestreet theEtreet thestreet
street yesterday yesterdayFalling 3esterdAJFa1llnl yesterdayFalling
Falling to the pavement near Fif Fifteenth Fifteenth Fifteenth ¬
teenth and T streets northwest Mr lr
Bell was treated at the Emergency EmergencHospital
Hospital and was on his way WIL home homewhen nome nomewhen homewhen
when he h had a second attack at Thirty Thlrtvrtrn
Iir5t and K streets He was taken to tothr to totht tothe
the Georgetown G oretown University Hospital Hospitaland Hospitaland Hospitaland
and aftertreatment after treatment went to his home homeMRS homeMRS homeMRS
MRS DE NAVARRO DEAD DEADNEW DEADEW DEADNEW
NEW EW YORK March 22 2frs Mrs Ellen EllenA EllenA EllenA
A Dykers de Navarro motherinlaw motherinlawof
of Mary Iar Anderson the th actress now nowMrs nowMn nowMrs
Mrs Antonio de Navarro died dl d In her herr hlrlome
r lome I ome IS 1 West Fortysixth street strrptof 5trrptor streetof
of old ajrc 8 e and grief for her husbandC husband husbandwho
C who ho passed away awa a year ear ago She was wasIn wasIn wasIn
In her seventyseventh year
I WEST POINTS NEW HEAD I II
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MAJOR GEN THOMAS H BARRY
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LABOR UNON ASKS ASKSMANUAL ASKSMANUAL
MANUAL TRAINING TRAININGCentral
Central Labor Union intends if it itcan Itcan Itcan
can bring brln It about that the Armstrong Arm Ar metrong trong
Manual Training Tn inlnl School hool shall share in inthe Inthe Inthe
the heaeata be Befits fila from the Morrill act with withthe withthe withthe
the McKinley Manual Training School SchoolA SchoolrHOluUon
A resolution to this effect was adopted adoptedat
at the meeting meeUn of the union last night nightThta nightThlfl nightThie
Thta a action < tk tlon n was taken only i zftfr fter Prin Principal prlnIpal Principal ¬
cipal < Meyers of the McKinley > had re reschools reported reported
ported that by making Utile oC the tbehooltI theschools
schools hooltI plant after 215 16 o clock the pres present present present ¬
ent building would be adequate to In Inaugurate Inaugurate inaugurate ¬
augurate a college coUe < < e course in the mech mechanical meehanlc mechanical ¬
anical anlc l arts artsIt arbIt artsIt
It was WA shown that the appropriation appropriationfrom n nfrom
from the Morrill act would for a time timecover timecover timecover
cover the necessary Dec ry expense fOX > flUIe for instruc inetruction instruction in true trueHon ¬
tion of a college course courseCUFF cou couCLIFF courseCLIFF
CLIFF DWELLINGS DVELLI GS THEME THEMEDr
Dr J T Walter Fewkes F > wkell of the Smitheonian Smith Smithsonian Smlthontan ¬
sonian Institute addressed addres the Mens MensClub MensClub MensClub
Club of St t Thomas Episcopal Church ChurchlaM Churchlast I Ilast
last night on c > n The Preservation of ofCliff
j Cliff Dwelling A number of Illustra Illustrations Illuetrattone ¬
tions of cliff dwellings dlIIn s In the South Southwestern Southwestern
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western States were < presented prcg > nted
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readymade Clothing Just as highgrafle highgrafleas e eas
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DEPARTING OFFICER OFFICERRECEPTION OFFICERRECEPTION OFFICERRECEPTION
RECEPTION GUEST GUESTLieut
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Lieut James H Reynolds Jr of ofCompany ofCompany
Company G S SoAd Se x oad > Md Inttntry lnt lr > District DistrictNational DIKf DictatNationah tl tlatlonal
National Guard will tit leave Washing Washington Wuhia Wuhiaton ¬
ton for Mania X Ja within the next few fewdays fewdays
days to take up 111 his duties as an officer officerin
in the Philippata Philippfti couU to t which he hewas bewaz hewas
was recently rfefntl ap afiJOInted afiJOIntedLlentfnant apjotntedLieutenant jointed jointedLieutenant
Lieutenant Kvjmods lif1tO H jnods one of the theknown best bestknown bestknown
known and most popular men hi the theNational thoatlonal theNatloeat
National Guard was given pVD a farewell farewellreception f1Lnwelireception farewellreception
reception by members mell of his company companyat
at the Center Market Armory lafct lafctnight laatnl lsatnight
night nl < < ht About leg members of the company com company comany ¬
pany attended At tnded and II nd addresses were weremade weremade weremark
made by Cot Richard D Shunts Lteut LteutCol LteutCot NeeseCol
Col James E Bell Capt Charles Crl Fox FoxCapt Fe FeCapt FoxCapt
Capt John E Brooks Leut R RBet1neott A ABennett 1 1Bennett
Bennett Utah Ii t Ralph Burton and andLieut andLl andUeut
Lieut Ll uL Harry C AVelrich AVelrichG WeirichG eirich eirichG
G P JAMES PLAYS PLAYSST PLAYSAeGtSlINF
ST AUGUSTINE Pia Fla March ManhIn MarthIn >
In the he qualifying l1l811r ln round of the spring springtournament springInurnament prlngnt
tournament > nt here E Lee James of Chi Chicago Chllg Chicage ¬
cage < lg leads with 74 1 G P Jamts if ifWashington r fWaehsngton r8t
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BARRYS SELECTION SELECTIONPLEASES SELECTIONPLEASESOFFICERS
PLEASES PLEASESOFFICERS PLEASESOFFICERSBright OFFICERS OFFICERSBright
Bright Boy of Little Judge JudgeDuffys JudgeDuffys JudgeDuffYs
Duffys School Has HasVaried HasVaried HasVaried
Varied Career CareerFew
Few army ann officers entertain e t9lta1n a feeling fee1ingother feelingother feeU feeUother
other than that of o intense pieaMirc ct ctthe ctthe rtthe
the knowledge that Major General GeneralTliomas Genen1Thotnall GeneralThomas
Thomas H Barry Is to t to become superin superintendent superintfHlent euperintendent ¬
tendent of the Military Academy at atVe Ate8t atWest
West Ve e8t t Point Tho career of the man has hasb bubf hasbeen
bf been b > en such ae AI to make > his hS brother of ofItoers oCfleers ofilcers
Itoers proud of him From poverty In Ina Ina ina
a plain quarter of New N w York city eh ehhas althas h hhaj
has risen to high rank and a d his rise riseis rIMlto riseis
is said by fdtowofneera 1 < CAeera to be due to tontrlt tomerit > o omerit
meritri merit meritWhen ntrltWhPD
When ri hen many years ago Robert B BKooRpvplt DHOOItrlt BHuosevelt
KooRpvplt was in Congress from New NewYork Newlork NewFork
York city c y he h wanted to appoint a boy boyfrom boyfrom boyfrom
from his district dl trict to West Point Ue Uemet HuJDN liemet
met his friend Little Judge Duffy Duffyprincipal Durtyprlnelpal Dottyprincipal
principal of Grammar School No Noone 2S 29one
one day and spoke of the commission commissionthat com comthat
that awaited some bright youngster youngsterDuffy youDsaterDuffy youngsterDuffy
Duffy Suggests Barry BarryWhy Barryhy Barry11Wtty
Why hy I have the boy you want right rightin
in my m school hool Duffy told the future futurePresidents fulurePreeldents futurePresidents II
Presidents cousin His name ie Barry BarryHo BarryHo BarryHo 1
Ho is Irish and as smart as a whip whiplash whiplash ¬
lash and nd bettorlooking than he to tosmart IIIRerole Issmart
smart smartRepresentative smartRepresentative rt
Representative Rerole MttUve Roosevelt R o evolt sent for ferBarry rerHarry forharry
Harry and looked him over The In Inspection intpectlon ¬
spection was satisfactory and he desig designated d dnatPd deignated ¬
nated him for cxamltwitioH examht ioR Barry Barrypassed Barrypassed
passed p88t OO with Ith flying colon and Ad entered enteredWest ORtendTelft miteredWest
West Telft Point He was graduated with withhonor withhonors
honor in 1577 1577Barry JmBarry 1STBarry
Barry soon became known as one of ofthe
the handsomest t men la the army arm and andhe andhe andhe
he still un bears that thatdl distinction UneUon TaU Tallbroadshouldetod
broadshouldered and active he has hashad hashad au auhad
had enough real service during durin his hiscareer ht8career hiscareer
career to keep him nt Sometimes Sometimeshe
he was called upon to fight Indian s on onthe Oftthe onthe
the Western o tern plains sometimes he hadto had hadto hAdto
to deal with the Filipinos FillPt and agate he hetvas bewa hewas
was wa made Military Governor of Cuba CubaIs CubaIs CubaIs
Is a Disciplinarian DisciplinarianHe
He was U selected l for his new post postbecause poetMcau podbecause
because Mcau e of his views on discipline disciplineCaptain dtpll dtpllClUtatn dlseipitneCaptain
Captain Bowyer of Annapolis has hasnothing baaDOthlnb hasnothing
nothing on General Barry as a die disciplinarian dledpltnaa diecipliaarian ¬
ciplinarian Hereafter the West Point Pointcadets PoIatcadet pointcadets
cadets may expert to walk the chalkhne chalk chalkline eMUCline
line lineNot
Not in many man years has an officer of ofrank C sitrank l lrank
rank as high as that held by General GeneralBarry GeIteralHam GeneralBarry
Barry been b superintendent of the Military Mil Military IU IUltary ¬
itary Academy Usually a colonel is toput isput isput
put In charge This time however howeverthere boweYeZthere howeverthere
there was no special work for General GeneralBarry GetMIlBarry GeneralBarry
Barry to do in other places so Free President p pIdent FreeIdent ¬
ident Taft t called cal upon him to take the theJob tMJob thejob
Job of whipping the cadets cade into shape shapeGeneral s shapeGeneral ape apeGeneral
General Barry is one of the tb young youngeat you you81ft youngset
eat major maj r generals in the service serviceMOTOR secvlcelOTOR serviceMOTOR
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lie Reed aged ten years was WI run down downby downby downby
by an automobile driven by h A Frank Frankiln Frankiln Frankn
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HOGAN IS HONORED HONOREDBY HONORED1r
BY 1EN OF IEGather IE YALEGather YALLGather
Gather to Pay Final Tribute Tributeto
to Popular Hero of ofCampus ofCampus ofCampus
Campus CampusTale
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Tale i men en in all sections and ia aX aXwalks aXwalk al alwalks
walks of life are today morning the thedeath theclelb thedeath
death of one who was generally eaeraJl coiieiJ coiieiJered COIIIidered considered
ered the most thoroughly UaorouPIYNllPeCted UaorouPIYNllPeCtedtrol respected and andtruly stdtruly
truly trol adntfeed nted man thai the Yale campus campushas campusban
has known hi a score u of rf years yearsAH yearsAll ean eanAlt I
AH that t atls is mortal of Jim Hosaa 16 16lies JMille lIelies
lies lle lifeless IIfeae life in the modem home in Tor Torringtea Torrln8too Torriastoa
ringtea while detegaUous deJeaUo dele ntiow of Yale grad gnwitnues gradtates J1IId1 J1IId1vat
tnues vat from dulls in New Ne York and New Newluciand N NEDCIand
luciand are at the quiet cru Connecticut
town to pay final oal trirure trip e at the mass massof massof
of requiem to the orie they esteemed esteemedas eftDed eftDedas I Ias
as a man Mild nd loved a as a friend frlPndbn friendWhen j
When bn Jim Hogan was 11 struck downone down t tone I
one of the most impressive figures curta of ofall orall ofa1
all time in American Amerb an college coU e life UCeromoved was wasremoved wasremoved
removed Born in Ireland nearly forty fortyyears tonyyears fortyyears
years ago and brought to this country countryby
by poor parents when he was w but a a lad ladJim ladJim adJim
Jim Hogan was denied most of the advantages ad advantagee advantagef
vantages of those with whom he was waslater wulater waslater
later to associate The son of a al eWi ate atemaker ttemaker e emaker
maker he a was forced fereeclto to go to work workfore workfore workfore
fore he bad finished ftDl hed hie grade seho Nh eeIioi4 eeIioi4ing < 01 l ling
ing and when he entered Exeter eter Acafl Acaflmy Aettlmy Aetdmy
my he was past twentyave years ye rs of ofage orage ofage
age ageGoing Going itg to Yale unknown except as a aolever aOI6V8r aclever
clever football ootba player Jim Hogan H grad graduated gradnated rd rduat ¬
uated uat d the most popular man at New NewHaven NewHaven NewHaven
Haven and wa waq < unanimously unanimou ly voted by byhte bYhili b bhis
his fellowclassmen fenow1a n as the one who had haddone haddon haddone
done don the most for Yale during durin the gen generation generation generatMn ¬
eration His Attractive ttrac e character over overcame overcame 1ercame ¬
came ev ew every ry obstacle that a poor man manraiph mI1rntbl manmight
might expect to encounter in a great greatinstitution greatinstitution eat eatInstitution
institution and when be received hisdegree his hisdegree hi hiee
degree ee wore the symbols of r Skull andBones and andBones andBoItea
Bones and Delta Kappa Epsilon Epe oa two twoof twoof twoof
of the highest honors within the gift trt of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Yale undergraduates undergraduatesThrough unJercraduatMThlOUKn undergraduatesThrough
Through three years N on th Ute Exeter Exeterfootball Exeterfootball Tdxeterfootball
football t tm am and four seasons at Yale YaleJtra YahJim YaleJim
Jim Hogan H n never met his superior on onthe onthe onthe
the gridiron On the memorable day itistii it itUtM h1tIH
UtM when Princeton for the first time timein ttmcin ttmfla >
in years downed Yale It was Jim JimHogan JimHcan Jimllogan
Hogan who was the heroic member ber of ofthe orthe ofthe
the defeated defeat < < team Unaided and alone alonein alonfIn aloneIn
in the thick of the fray with every everything ever everthin everything ¬
thing thin < < around him going to pieces Jim JimHogan JimHogan JImHogan
Hogan never lost bart When ad adversity adenlty adversity ¬
versity seemed strongest tron < < Mt Hog Iiogan n fought fouclithardest fOUJhtbanle foughthardest
hardest banle t and when the final whin wh whistle whistleblow ill tie tieblew tI I Ibkw
blew he was all conceded On ed as potent p teat a fa faIOT fator < 1tor
tor in averting a worse wor Yale defeat ax axwas a aWII aWes <
was WII John DeWitt m In winning for Prim Prlntton r rton rton
ton tonLater Later Yale elected eaeet him captain and anlbill andhis n l lhis
his team was never beaten T K
BARRETT VfNS I NS SUIT SUITAGAINST SUITAGAINST SUITAGAINST
AGAINST AL HERFORD HERFORDObtains HE HERFORDObtains FORD FORDObtains
Obtains Verdict for SlBOO 1300 Dam Diimages Damages Dlmages ¬
ages c Over Baltimore BaltimoreFight BaltimereFight e eFight
Fight Promoter PromoterBALTIMORE PromoterBALTIM01CE PromoterBALI7MOR
BALTIMORE March SJoeepn ZJ JOepb Bar Barrett BuJeu Barrett ¬
rett the local pogtttot has obtafape obta yd a avenUet awrdlet averdict
verdict for or St9M SM damages ia the dty dtycourt dtyoowt cityCourt
court against a A L Herford MM the3ureka th thBttreks the theKurek
Bttreks Athletic AtI etIc and lid Social Cia ClnBarrett CiaBarrett Club ClubBarrett
Barrett alleged that oa Noveaiber Nov er M MUK ltN Iibe
UK he went to Germanta Maetmercheg MaetmerchegHall 8eIdIer 8eIdIerHa11
Hall to 8 Me M a bout which took tooktIMre pUti pUtithere piacthere
there on that evening He alleged allfS thatWhen that thatjrben tb t tybett
When Al Herford mar him be beto ordfred ordfredhhH o d fired firedhim
him to he throws out He staled thatbe that thathe t1aatlie
he wos wa thrown sown the step and aadsuffered aMcuend andsu
su suffered ered severe aad a1M a1Ma8d perm penoa eM injuries tajorieand injuriesand
and la I hte deeterattoa n asked eft for forAttorney er MM MMdamages 11 11daaIaPL
damages daaIaPLAttorDey damagesAttorney
Attorney Julius Wymaa wa was counsel COUDMIfor coumelfor counselfor
for Barrett The toe lal 1e aI representative tattft of ofI ofHmOId ofHerford
I Hertford Immediately ImlMdiatel made a motion for fora foraMIf
a aMIf n new w trlai
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