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11 Fair Tonight and Monday MondayWarmer r Sunday Evening EveningEDITION EveningNIIIILBER
Warmer
EDITION EDITIONNUMBER
NUMBER NUMBEH6657 G657 WASHINGTON SUNDAY EVENING MARCH 27 1910 PRICE ONE CENT
HIS INDEPENDENCE INDEPENDENCEOF
p OF BOTH PARTIES PARTIESASSERTED PARTIESFOSS
ASSERTED BY FOSS FOSSDemocratic FOSSemocratic
Democratic emocratic Nomination Ac Accepted Accepted Accepted ¬
cepted Because of Its ItsPlatform ItsPlatform ItsPlatform
Platform PlatformBELIEVES PlatformBELIEVES PlatformBELIEVES
BELIEVES COUNTRY COUNTRYWILL COUNTRYWILL COUNTRYWILL
WILL INDORSE IT ITDemocratic ITDemoc ITDemocratic
Democratic Democ tic Control ontrol of Next House HouseFollowed HouseFollowed HouseFollowed
Followed by Party Danger DangerPredicted DangerPredicted DangerPredicted
Predicted PredictedBy
By WALTER J FAHY FAHYBOSTON FAHYBOSTON FAHYBOSTON
BOSTON Mass IU6 March Iarc 1 27 1H H H HRopers HROfers HRogers
Ropers said Business Is war warWe warVe warWe
We Ve all know General yhermans def definition definition definitlon ¬
inition of war warThe warThe warThe
The statements of both of these thesemen the thesemen e eJnen
men apply to conditions existingthroughout existing existingthroughout existingthroughout
throughout the country today as a a re result reult reu1t ¬
sult < ult of the PayneAldrieh Pa neAldrich tariff law lawThis lawThis lawThis
This was the statement made today to tothe tothe tothe
the correspondent corre poRdent of The Washington WashingtonTimes WashingtonTimes WashtngtonTimes
Times by Eugene EU eJlc N FOBS th the man who whowent whoWEnt whowent
went into the stronghold of Republican Republicanism ¬
ism j m In Massachusetts on a Democratic Democraticticket Democraticticket Democraticticket
ticket and was elected to Congress Congr to totill to1l tof11
till 1l the vacancy caused by the death of ofUilliam ofWilliam ofWilliam
William C Levering LeveringNow LoveringX LovertngNow
Now X ow said IM d Mr Foes let us begin beginby beginhy beginby
by knowing the conditions which result resulted re reeuitrI ult ultd ¬
ed d In my election as a Representative Repr8M ttthe in inCongress InCQnJ inCongress
Congress CQnJ 8B from the Fourteenth Massa Maeaachusett Massachusetts I IhuMUs ¬
huMUs district It is S absolute ab olute rot to toassiinM toa5 toaeunhe
assiinM a5 tJme that the personality of either eitherof eitheror eitherof
of the candidates had any an material materialbearing materialbC1Lring materialbearing
bearing on the result re ult of that that election electionThere electionThere electionThere
There is 18110 no justification for the asser assertion a aaeertion er erli ¬
tion li < 1n that the remarkable demonstration demonstrationnf dem n8tratfon n8tratfonlf
nf independence on the part of the vot voters votIS vetra ¬
ers IS of the Fourteenth Fourte nth district was wa due dueto dueto
to my popularity or to a feeling of an anagontom aR8IJOnt anagordsm
agontom 8IJOnt m toward William IIUan B Buchanan Buchananiny
iny 10 Republican opponent opponentRevolt opponentRevolt opponentRevolt
Revolt Against Government GovernmentNever GovernmentXever GovernmentNever
Never has there be been n a campaign CtUBfNi n so sofree ffoOtree sotree
tree from personalities The light ht was wasmade wasmade 8 8mad
made on national natl na1 issues J UN and the ttt u verdict verdictof
of It the people can only be regarded J ed eda asa as asa
a revolt re lt againfct the Administration in inWashington inVashtntton Init
it Washington WashingtonEugene VashtnttonEugene ashtngtonEugene
Eugene N Foes seems less le concerned concernedabout coneenMdabout concernedabout
about hi his victory vJetel than any man whyparticipated why whjparticipated 1h 1hparticipated
participated in the campaign ClnJM Hn The Tit Dem Democrats Denioerats ¬
ocrats of U Ute e State are ubHant u tlant The TheThe Thenepub TheItepub
nepub alarmed aJa1MdThe alarmedThe
The Republican party leaders 1 ers aTe as aserting asrerting
erting Iertln over and over a aa lam that the theelection thepcUQn theelection
election of FOBS rOM has no n < tgnincanee atgnidcaneethat tgnincaneethat t nifte1lee nifte1leethat
that it will not have any influence on onhe onhe onho
he next Congressional COD8Ie 8lonal campalgA in this thisState thisstate
State and that there is no Justification jusUOcaUollr
for r the belief that it is a sign sS of gen general genual goncral ¬
eral discontent throughout the country
While these Republicans are endeav endeavoring endearing endeavt ¬
ring t to belittle the importance of the theelection thectertlon
election d Uon of a Democrat in a Congressional Congres Congressional Congretisional ¬
sional district which has elected Re Republican Rtpublican Republican ¬
publican members of Congress a from the theday therlay theday
day the district dl trJct was created they are arealready arealready arealready
already making desperate efforts to re recover reCO recover ¬
cover CO > r their grip not only onl in the Four Fourteenth Fourtf Fourteenth ¬
teenth tf > enth district but also al o in the State at atJarge atJargc atLarge
Large
Whole hole State Discontented DiscontentedAs
As a matter of fact they are fearful fearfulthat tearfulthat fearfulthat
that the thepaln pain which is felt by b the party partyleaders pertJeaders partyleaders
leaders will be communicated to the therank therank therank
rank and file of the Republican party partyunless partyunless partyunless
unless desperate remedies are applied appliedMassachusetts applkd8Schu appliedMassachusetts
Massachusetts 8Schu etts gives every evidence evidencef j jof
of f being on the th point of revolting against againstmachine againstmachine j jmachine
machine domination There hi I wide widespread wldeppread widesapread ¬
spread discontent with the Republican Republicanorganization Republicanrgfnlzatlon Republicanorganization
organization in the State and every everyIndication ever everJdlcaUon everyindication
Indication indication that the Fourteenth district districtI
1 is < not the only section of the State Statewhich Statehlch Statetdhich
which hlch is ready to express dlssatisrac dlssatisraction dtlsraction dissatisraclion
tion with the present state of national nationalaffairs nationaltfralrs nationalaffairs
affairs A more detailed account of r the theHP theupw theflew
HP flew w feeling of Independence in the State Stateill Stateiti11
iti11 ill be given In subsequent articles articlesEugene articlesEugene articlesEugene
Eugene N Foss the man upon whom whomIhc whomthe whomthe
the eyes ef the entire country have havebffn haveh4En havebeen
been turned since last week scoffs scoffsat 8Clftat scoffsat
at the suggestion that his election was wasa WK8a
a a personal victoryCredits victory victoryCredits victoryCredits
4
Credits Platform With Victory VictoryI Vi ct 0 ry
1 did not win the frig > ht declared declaredMr eclaredMr
Mr Foss with emphasis The 7 e plat platform platform platform ¬
form on which I stood the issues issuesvvhioh l issueswhich ue uehlh
which hlh were re presented tr the people ople a awidespread aWidt awidespread
Widt widespread > splf > ad determination to express expressJssau expre expressissatlsfaction = sa saJ8saUttfaction
J8saUttfaction Jssau f action with Ith e existing > lad1g conditions conditionsill
ill contributed contrl utfd 10 o win tho light ft ht for me meIt meIt
It war va < nOl until the polls were closed closedthe clOfiedtht closedthe
the ballots lJots counted and a remarkable remarkableand remarkableand remarkableand
and emphatic vote of lack of confidence confidenceregistered oonlideneeTt oonllleneeregistered
registered Tt > istfNd that we e heard the suggestion sugges suggestion ¬
tion 1 ion that my 01 own popularity and the theunpopularity theunpopulartt theunpopularity
unpopularity of my opponent were re responsible reponslble repwnsible ¬
sponsible for the th result resultNow resultNo resultNow
Now No In order that J may effectively effectivelydispose efCecUvelydls effectivelydispose
dls dispose of the post mortem assertions assertionsthat aQertwnsthat assertionsthat
that the contest ntttit was local to the Four Fourteenth Fourteenth Fourteenth ¬
teenth district and could not in any way wayContinued wayContlnutd wayContinued
Continued on Third Page PageWEATHER PageWEATHER PageWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTIn
In all Eastern districts the weather weatherwas weathervas eeth eethwas
was fair during durin the last twentyfourhours twentyfour twentyfourhours
hours hoursWith 11 hoursWith ours oursVUh
With the exception of local rains in the theLake thoLal theLake
Lal Lake region the weather will n be fair fairtonight fairtCnh fairtonight
tonight tCnh ht and Monday in all districts east eastof 688tor eastof
of the Mississippi lll88l ippi river The tempera temperature temperatun temperature ¬
ture will III rle rb Monday in n the middle At Atlantic AtlaI1tie Atlaintie ¬
lantic States StatesFORECAST StatesFORECASr StatesvoRECASr
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT DISTRICTFair DISTRICTFAir DISTRICTFair
Fair tonight ton tonightvariable ht an at Rd < i Monday warmer waruuwJlonda warmerMonday war in or orMonday
Monday light variable variableat winds wlnd becoming becomingsoutherly booemlntsOutherl becomingsoutherly
southerly
TEMPERATURE TElIPERA TITRE
9 a m n ABlO
10 a in 14lam 64
11 lam a m t STi STiJ2 17
J2 2 noon 6i1 6i1I
I ISUN
1 2 r p p m m jj 99 68 Mp
3 p m 68 68SON 6SSUN
SUN TABLE TABLEBun TABLESun TABLESun
Sun rises 5t 5tSun 551un 6 8 8Sun
Sun un sots i10 i10TIDE 19 19TIDE 10TIDE
TIDE TABLE TABLEToday TABLETodeyHtfh TABLETodayHigh
Today TodeyHtfh High tide 91 9J9 S a m and 8MO p pni Pm pm
m Low tide a7 2 2 a m and 24 3 MS p m mTomorrow mTomerrowHlsh mTomorrowHigh
Tomorrow TomerrowHlsh High tide 94S a m and and10lfe and10ls lid lidJO18
10lfe p m m Low tide 4 a m and 425 425m 425CONDITIONS 45pm 4 4p
pm p > m mCONDITIONS
CONDITIONS OF THE WATER WATERHARPERS WATERHAUPERS WATERHARPERS
HARPERS FERRY W Va March Manh7 Manh7Both 7 7Both 7 7Both
Both rvors clear this morning morningDressed morningDrcssed morningf morningDressed
f
Dressed Headed Palings 200 per 100 ionFrank 100rank 100ran
Frank rank ran LIbbey Llbbe Co 6th New York Ave AveAdvt AveAdvt Avev AvevrAdvt
rAdvt rAdvtI Advt
I
PITTSBURG STORES STORESCLOSED I
CLOSED BY POLICE POLICEBlue
Blue Law Revival Causes CausesArrest CausesArrest CausesArrest
Arrest of Small Shop Shopkeepers Shopkeepers Shopkeepers
keepers keepersFAVORITISM keepersFAVORITISM keepersFAVORITISM
FAVORITISM CHARGE CHARGEOF CHARGEOF
OF VICE CRUSADERS CRUSADERSInvestigators CRUSADERSInvestigators CRUSADERSInvestigators
Investigators Detectives Declare DeclareOrder DeclareOrder DeclareOrder
Order Enforced Against Grocers GrocersBut Grocersut GrocersBut
But ut Not Divekeepers DivekeepersPITTSBURG DivekeepersPITTSBURG DivekeepersPITTSBURG
PITTSBURG Pa March 27 iThe iTheiocal Thelocal The Thelocal
local authorities proved today conclu condluslvely conclusively conluHively ¬
sively that they the are not Li L sympathy sympathywith sym sympathywith > kHy kHywIth
with the vice Ice critsAue rat t present prls nt under underway uttderway underway
way here by causing onl order rs to be b i hwtd hwtdlate > MJ Ed Edlate d dlate
late last night nlghttha thai every business busht hu iseas house housein I IIn
in the city b be ciowl c cNo + 3a IH 1 after I ter tt 1 oclock oclockthis oclockthis I
this morning morningBy morningBy
By M oclock this morning narly n arly sev seventy SlVonty stvonty ¬
onty arrests had been made In n ail sec sections tlectlom sections ¬
tions of the city elt In Inman man many cases the thesmall theamall thesmall
small storekeepers had iwu no been bee warned warn warned warned ¬
ed of the new order and had cIntl emtlaued emtlauedbusiness c mtl1uedbu aued auedbusiness
business bu lneM All were held In n 9999 J3 nail for forthe fo forthe
I
the th violation of a city ordinance ordinanceThese ordln ordinanceThese nce nceThese
These measures were decided upon at ata ata ata
a conference two days ago when City CitySolicitor CitySolicitor CitySolicitor
Solicitor Charles OBrien notified Mayor MayorMagee MayorMagee 1ayorIagee
Magee that he had resurrected an ob obsolete Dbaolete obsolete ¬
solete city ordinance onU nce Today is the first firsttime firsttime lirattime
time in forty fort years Plttsburgers have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been unable to purchase nooe necessities tUe8 on onSunday onSunday onSunday
Sunday SundayWhile Sundayhlle SundayWhile
While hlle the police are busy enforcing enforcingthe
the blue laws a c eiciiveg in the em employ emplO employ ¬
ploy plO of vice > ice crusaders are equally busy busyWe busyWe usy usye
We e find that a all > i th the old dives are arewide arewide arewide
wide open said Aid one of Investigator InvestigatorWilson InvUp Investigatorlllson tor torVIl80n
Wilson men this morning our dets detstives d t > c ctlves
tlves are keeping track of disreputable disreputableresorts dl disreputableresorts reputa ble bleresorts
resorts gambling houses and speak speakeasies ltpe8keales speakeasies ¬
easies on forty streets of the city They Theyare The Theae Theyare
are ruining ru 1nln wi wide le open openLID openLID openLID
LID CLAMPED DOWN DOWNBY DOWNBY DOWNBY
BY ELKHART MAYOR MAYORELKHART MAYORELKHART MAYORELKHART
ELKHART Ind March Mar h 7 7Mayor 7MayorChester i Mayor MayorChester Yor I
Chester Cbe ter put the lid on about everything
In Elkhart today There was Ie street streetcar lItreetear streetcar
car service no delivery of mUk or Olur Olurcommodities ether ethercommodities etherrcommodities
commodities no sale of newspapers no nopermitted noUvery nolivery
livery rigs tn service rriGe and DO 81M was waspermitted 3 3termlUed
permitted to follow his 1 usual u81 avoca avocation a aUon aeeatine ¬
tine tionMilk
Milk and lee dealers made extra asliverles da daMveries lielftedes
Mveries late laat 1s trieta afefti XJIvory I stables stabteawfll 1KaW 1KaWwill stableswAi
will do no bnslueau binte si after ffcar midnight mWnl ht but butpersons butperMn butpersons
persons deslrhi desiring de trl rigs 11 leek U ok them out be before Mtore before ¬
fore midnight mkln ht People P opIe whose horses Itorsesboairt horsesboast On611 On611boa
boast boa at livery barns must hitch them themup tlIemup themup
up themselvesThe themselves themselvesTh
Th The situation comes about because of ofthe orthe ofthe
the comlaints filed against alntit theater managers man managers mJIagers ¬
agers who ho inaugurated lnau urated Sunday shows showsa
a week ago o The mayor clamped the
lid on everything everythingOFF everythingSYMPATHY everythingSYMPATHY
SYMPATHY STRIKE STRIKEOFF STRIKEOFF
OFF IN QUAKER CITY CITYCentral CITYCentral I ICentral
Central Labor Union With Withdraws Withdraws Withdraws ¬
draws Support From Strik Striking Striking Striking ¬
ing CarmenPHILADlrILPHIA Carmen CarmenPHILADELPHIA CarmenPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA March 27 iAt At a ameeting ametln ameeting
metln meeting of o the Central Labor Union to today today today ¬
day the sympathetic s strike called to aid aidth aidth aidthe
th the striking employes of 0 the Philadel Philadelphia Phf1dplphia Philadelphia ¬
phia Rapid Transit Company Com n was de declared dec1Ar tieclard ¬
c1Ar clared off Realizing RE1 lzln defeat President PrestdentJohn PresidentJohn Ple t < ient ientJotm
John J T Murphy of the Central Labor LaborUnon Labor1Tnol LaborUnnn
Unon who was responsible for the calling call calling callInJ ¬
ing of the general strike ordered his hiscommittee hiscommittee hiscommittee
committee of ten to disband at the themoetivK themeeti themeetsr
moetivK meeti J today todayThs tedaylh tcdayThe
The lh striking carmen who must now nowconduct nGWCQOOlKt nowconduct
conduct their tight Alone have sent out outan outn outan
an n appeal A r 1 for financial assistance 88I tance to or orgabnl orgaiatol orgained
gained labor throughout the country countryThe countr1h countryThe
The 1h appeal Is I b sanctioned by w V D DMahon DIahon DMahon
Mahon international president of the thecarmens thecarmens thecarmens
carmens organization
HI I AM BLIND INDUSTRY INDUSTRYTIED INDUSTRYTIED INDUSTRYTIED
TIED UP BY CAR STRIKE STRIKEQuaker STRIKEQuaker STRIKEQuaker
Quaker City Beggar Struggling to Support SelfRespect SelfRespecting ¬
ing Family Scorns 30aVeek Pickings and Hies HiesHim HiesHim HiesHim
Him to Baltimore and Thence to Capital
The beggars beg Rn of Philadelphia are hav having havhg haylug ¬
lug a hard time to make an a honest liv living livIng livlag ¬
ing complained Charles t iarles Becowitz a ablind ablind ablind
blind mendicant picked up by b Police Policeman Policeman Policeman ¬
man Clay at SL St Patricks Church this thismorninjr thismorn thismorning
morning morninjrSo morn I m mS
So S short are the pickings on the thestreets U1estreets thestreets
streets cf the Quaker city that 30 O per perweek pcrweek perweek
week looks like big bil money to the most mostdeformed mostdeformed mostdeformed
deformed of these charges on the pub public pubUc pubHe ¬
lic bounty bount Beckowltz declares and he hewas hewas hewas
was naturally forced to move out as asno asno asno
no man can support a selfroepecting selfroepectingfamily seJtro selfrespectingfamily pccthu pccthufamily
family on such s ch a sum sumBeckowitz sumBeckowltz sumBeckowltz
Beckowltz Is a Russian Jew But Butthirtytwo Butthlrttwo Butthirtytwo
thirtytwo years of age he has been a aoggar aoggar abeggar
beggar > > oggar about half that time since h hlost hlIMIt hlast
lost his sight sl ht In a pessimistic p pdestr s lTl8t1c dMlc mood moodthis moodthis moodthis
this nornlng the result of his arrest arrestby arre3tby arrestby
by the local police he felt quite ready readyto ro d dto
to tell all his business troubles troublesPhiladelphia troublesPhiladelphia troublesPhiladelphia
Philadelphia which has h s been his home homefor homEfor homefor
for the past few years ye tS has been a very veryproductive veryproductive veryproductive
productive city from his point of view viewTaking viewTaking Iew IewTaking
Taking his stand with a small hand handorgan han handorgan < l lorgan
organ he h has boon enabled to make a aDressed aDressed aDressed
Dressed Square Pickets 225 per TOO TOOFr weFrank
Fr Frank nk LIbbey IIhbc Co 6th New York Ave AveAdvt AeAd AveAdvt J
Advt Ad vt
OLTER IS CHARGED CHARGEDWITH CHARREDWITH
WITH WITHArrested MURDER NOW NOWIN NO NOIN
IN WHEELER CASE CASEArrested CASEAbductor
Arrested as Abductor More MoreSerious MoreSerious MoreSerious
Serious Crime Is Alleg Alleged Alleged Alleged ¬
ed by Police PoliceARREST PoliceARREST PoliceARREST
ARREST IS CAUSED CAUSEDBY
BY GIRLS SISTERS SISTERSSystem SISTERSSystem SISTERSSystem
System of Employment E ployment Bureaus BureausSending BureausSending BureausSending
Sending Out Girls to Be BeInvestigated BeInvestig BeInvestigated
Investigated InvestigatedNEW Investig ted
NEW EW YORK March 27 TWhon When hon Albert AlbertW AlbertW
W V WoUer otter was arraigned in the York Yorkvllle Yorkvilla Yorkvide
vllle police court today charged with withthe withthe withthe
the abduction of Ruth Wheeler the Utebeautiful thebeautiful thebeautiful
beautiful child hlld stenographer where wherecharred whs whscharred h8tii h8tiicharred
charred remains were ere found In the rear rearof rearof rearof
of 224 i East Seventyfifth i3evonty tth street a mur marder murder ¬
der charge was substituted Magis Magistrate Magistrate Iaglstrate ¬
trate Breen held him for Ir examination examinationby
by the coroner and he was immediately immediatelytaken Immedtatelrtaken immediatelytaken
taken to the Tombs TombsThe TCMJIbsThe TombsThe
The court proceedings were short shorttaking aherttaking her hertAking
taking only c r few minutes and Welter Woiterwas Welterwas Woltertaken
was taken to the criminal court build buttdjng DutIdJng building
jng He was haadcuiXed to Detective DetectiveHaggerty DetocttoHaggerty DetectiveHaggerty
Haggerty but attracted little attention attentionAs
As the result of an autopsy held this thisafternoon thtsafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon over the body of Ruth Wheel Wheeler 9hee1 9hee1er ¬
er by Doctors Do < tons OHanion O nlon Lehane LehaneSchultz LehaneSchultz
Schultz and Prof O I lAne ne of Columbia Colum Columbia Columbia ¬
bia University the verdict was ren rendered rendered rendered ¬
dered that death resulted from asphyxlation asphyx asphyxiation yX yXJaUon ¬
iation and incineration incinerationWolter lnelnenttonolter incineratlonWolter
Wolter olter to J now 110 the central flcure la laa laa ina
a a murder case that t at has au shocked eked New NewYork N NYork NewYork
York He is a m mete r boy 1 07 07notKtns There to tonothing isnothing
nothing about him that dttffen from fromthousands 1 1th0u rota rotathousands
thousands th0u nd8 of younjc OUI men seen en tIN tfccstreets tINatr1a thestreets
streets of the city although aI aICIireY Captain CaptainCarey CaptslaCarey
Carey to S quite sure that he is a de degenerate 4IeK8it8rate degenerate ¬
generate
Answers Show Indifference IndifferenceRe
Re i = cbo ghost Otlt it eighteen years old M MfyfJ8 hags hagseyes MM MMeyes
eyes or f steely blue and a pasty pastyFlexion paMrplexloa osm osmplexioa
Flexion HI His entire attitude from UM UMmoment taMlDOIfteRt themoment
moment of his III arrest has bn b n she ne e of ofIndifference oCIndUlerenee ofIndifference
Indifference and he h amtners aa ane vers en questions quietlene3ag questions4n < < tu4 tJen tJenJa
3ag 4n < < kawd mannad De4 and ad coldly coldlyNo col4l7Xo coldlyNo
No member of th the Wh Wheeler l er r familywere family famll7were familywere
were la court when wh Werner Wtlt WM ar arraigned Mral asraigned ¬
ral raigned and the crowde that packed pacl 4 th thYorkville the theYo theYorkville
Yorkville Yo rk1IIe court t we I greatly gr tly tlypointed dbpj disap disappointed ¬
j pointed ointed at not seeing eln Adele deIe and Pearl PearlWheeler PearlT PearsVbeeler
Wheeler T aller the two sisters of the murdered mur murdered murdered ¬
dered girl by whose vigilance v laDee and per persistance persl8fance persiatance
sistance the fate of Ruth Wheeler heeler was wasascertained waaueertaned wasascertained
ascertained ascertainedWhen ueertanedYhen ascertainedWhen
When Wolter reached the coroners coronersoffice eorotter1I1ortiee coronersoffice
office he was taken into a private room roomby roanby I Iby
by Captain Carey and the examination examinationwas
was resumed The scene was Interest Interesting interestlag tere t tIng ¬
ing Captain Carey big and ad rough em emphatically emphatically emphatically ¬
phatically questioned que Uoned Wolter rllter as to his hiswhereabouts Illswhereabouta hiswhereabouts
whereabouts on he dav or f tha crime crimeoccasionally erlllMoccasionally crimeoccasionally
occasionally shaking 8hakln his fist fistWolter fl8loIter fistWolter
Wolter oIter talked sullenly and in mono monosyllables MOOOsrllabll8 monosyllables ¬
syllables His favorite answer was waswhen 188when waswhen
when pressed as to where be was at a acertain acertain acertain
certain time of the day I walked walkedthrough walkedthroush walkedthrough
through Central Park ParkWhy ParkWhy ParkWhy
Why were re you spending 8f ndlag so much muchtime muchtIme muchtime
time in the park asked Captain Carey CareyBecause C CuBecauee CarryBecause
Because I had to have exercise exer and bedthat andthat JNl JNlthat
that was th the only place where I could couldcet couldJet couldget
Jet It
Unable to Explain Shirt ShirtThe ShirtThe ShirtThe
The most damaging dainaglng statement that thatCarey thatCare thatCarey
Carey Care got from Welter was one fact factthat factthat factthat
that he could not explain > how howthe the shirt shirtmarked shirtmarked shirtmarked
marked with the letter W W vas found foundin foundIn foundin
in the bundle containing the remains of ofRuth ofRuth ofRuth
Ruth Wheeler WheelerI
I dont know how that shirt got gotthore gotthere ot otthere
there said Wolter olter doggelly doggellyCaptain doggeiiyCaptain O SlIy SlIyCaptain
Captain Carey made Wolter olter tako oft ofthis ofthis offhis
his coat and waistcoat wal teOtlt and examined examinedhis
his shirt and on it found an initial initialcorresponding Initialcorrelpondfng initialcorresponding
corresponding to that in the bundle bundleAt bundleAt bundleAt
At the time of Welters arrest a amemorandum amtmorandum anicrnorandum
memorandum book was found in Ws Wspocket 1 s spoekot spocket
pocket and the police attach great Jm JmContinued I IContinued IContinued
Continued on Second Page
good living and sond S 31 > t t a week eok home homeo
to o his sister to help support his aged agbt
father But the strike of the street streetoar streotr streetcar
oar r men stopped all that thatTherefore thatTherefore thatTherefore
Therefore Beckowifc and his associate
beggars made up their minds mln s to go gowhere tOvhere gowhere
where there was more money and less
disorder He selected Baltimore as the theplace tbeplace theplace
place he should sh should 1uld ply pl his profession and
did d well th re until the police stepped
In Then he started for Washington
He managed to pick up > enough on the theway thewa theway
way wa to send a goodsized 1 money order
to New York last evening
Beckowltz does not know where he hewill hewUl hewill
will go from here Go he must be because because because ¬
cause the police will m not notl let t I T himtrade him ply his histhe
trade on the he streets of the National
Capital CapitalGeorge CapitalGeo11e CapitalGeorge
George Robin seventeen years old oldwho oldwho oldwho
who was arrested wjth Beckowitz de declares declares ¬
clares he will return to Philadelphia this thisevening thllievening thisevening
evening He has ben b = cn In the employ
of the blind man he says receiving
14 E4a 4 per week and his keep to lead themnm the themanfrom theman
manfrom man from rom place to place This is not notas not8S notas
as much money mone as be h used to make makeselling makesemng makeselling
selling shoe laces and lead pencils be
fore fnra thn the strike In l Philadelphia null J IUi but It i iheld
held out to him an opportunity to see
the world worldDressed worldDressed
Dressed Square Posts 35 Cents ehts Apiece ApieceFrank ApieceFrank ApieceFrank
Frank LIbbey Co 6th New York Ave AveL
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I I Man Who Confessed Family and Home HorneI
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IN 700000 BLAZEPhiladelphia BLAZE BUBEPhiladelphia i
I IPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Lumber Yard YardBurns YardBurns YardBurns
Burns All AllNight AllNight AllNight
Night NightPHILADELPHIA NightpmLADBLPHIA NightPHILADiCIPHLA
PHILADELPHIA March 1I1rt 21Firewhich 1I1rt1htch Fire Firewhich
which praetfoatty wiped eat uc the > tri triangle trla triangle ¬
angle a 1e bounded by Lehteh avenue Brow BroataD4 Browand Broaand
and Somerset etr etrMU U hu taut night acht cause1 causeIprobably cause1nrabaMy CtUIt1g
probably mjW damage g and result re resulted resultedI I j
t ai Injury Iwt t7 fef e flfUea IWsns siMas one ne of oftng orwhoIL of ofWbOsnl7
WbOsnl7 whoIL shill urning tng thi thiaftulMon this thisafterilion
aftulMon ID InTSftPKma mher r yar 7an1 of rt rtTem the tJieTentfUt theTerrtan
TentfUt Tem n WMt WhItCe Whig Co BroMt sU 1t t anft an anLeldrh aniLehigh j jLchfeh
Lchfeh avenue avenueTen avenwTen avenueTen
Ten engines e gtnea companies msb MI rushed ed d to the thescene thescene I IMIeIM
scene and 4W men under the direction directionof
of Fire Chief Baxter w were re us used d to car carry Barry at atry
ry the lumber away a from the flames flamesThe flamesThe m s sThe <
The smoke > > was l so dense that firemen ftremenand firemenand j jand i iaJMI
and workmen dropped off one by on onand one oneand
and a corps of fifteen physicians y telu from fromSt i iSc I
St JosephH To ephH and the Samaritan and andWomans andWOMans andWomans
Womans Homeopathic hospitals he pttaJII went wentto wentto
to the scene to care for the fifty or ormore orJDOre ormore I
more who 110 were ere overcome overcomeTh overcomeThe come comeTH
TH Th fire Is believed to have ha Vt originated originatedfrom oricIaatedfrom originatedfrom
from a spark from rom a Reading railroad railroadengine nUlroadentine rairodengine
engine engineFIRENEN entineFIRENEN engineFIRENEN
FIRENEN INJURED INJUREDIN
IN BROOKLYN FIRE FIRENEW FIREXEW FIRENEW
NEW YORK March 27 ZlAt At a arec arectacuw arectacular rec rectacular
tacular fire in the big drug dU house of ofK otK ofg
K g R Squibb Sons So at M Doughty Doughtystreet Doubhtgreet Doughtystreet
street Brooklyn this afternoon several severalfiremen severalftremen severalfiremen
firemen were injured but not badly badlyenough bAllyenough badlyenough
enough to to be taken ken to a hospital hospitalAfter hoepitlAfter hospitalAfter
After the fire started several tremen tremondoes tremendous tremendous ¬
dous explosions sent 38J1t crowds scurrying scurryingfor tITiDg tITiDgor
for or safety 8alet The firemen had narrow narrowescapes narrowapes narrowescapes
escapes apes from death before they the got the theblaze theblaze theblaze
blaze under control controlCincinnatian controlMAN
MAN IS DROWNED DROWNEDIN I i
I ICincit1n
IN OWN 1 BACK YARD YARDCincinnatian
Cincinnatian Cincit1n tian Meets Death DeathWhen DeathVhen DeathWhen
When Water WaterJ1ain Main Under UnderSidewalk UnderSidewalk UnderSidewalk
Sidewalk Bursts BurstsCOLUMBUS Bur BurstsCOLUMBUS ts tsCOLUMBUS
COLUMBUS Ohio March 27 ZlThe ZlThebursting 27Thebursting The Thebursting
bursting of a water main under a Cin Cincinnr Clnclnnr1 Cincinne
cinnr clnnr1 t street stre t today occasioned occa lo ed thousands thou thousands t1R1usands ¬
sands of dollars damage and caused causedthe causedtho causedthe
the death by b drowning of Michael MichaelReuse MichaelReuse UchaHReuse
Reuse a grocer who sank down in a awhirl awhirl awhirl
whirl of water through throu h tho sidewalk 5id waUt In Inhis Inhis inhis
his yard Many others had narrow oscapes os escapos oscapos
capos caposTwo caposTwo capesTwo
Two policemen 1 lIcemcn seized Reuse as he hesank hesank besank
sank from sight but the tkepull pull of the thewater thewater thewater
water proved too much for them Reuss Reusswife Reusswlfo Reusswife
wife from a window in the house hou e wit witnessed wltDOSSCd witflossed ¬
flossed his death deathTALKS deathTALKS deathTALKS
TALKS TO ANOTHER ANOTHERWIFE ANOTHERWIFE ANOTHERWIFE
WIFE SHOOTS HIM HIMCincinnati HIMCincinnati HIMCincinnati
Cincinnati Woman Sees Husband HusbandConversing HusbandConversing HusbandConversing
Conversing on Street and Wounds WoundsHim WouridsHim WoundsHim
Him on Return Home HomeCINCINNATI HomeCINCINNATI HomeCINCINNATI
CINCINNATI Ohio March 27 27Goorge 27GoorgelIarsh 27GeorgeMarsh George GeorgeMarshM
MarshM Marsh I aged thirty thlrt was shot by his hiswife hlswlCe hiswife
wife I thc thdI i nome early today todayThe toda todaThe todayThe
The oullet struck him over the right righteyo rJghteyr righteyu
eyo eyoAt At the City Hospital it was as found that thatthe thRtthe thatthe
the wound was of a serious nature The Thewife Thewife Thewife
wife Ola was arrested Mrs Marshallsaid Marshall Marshallsaid MarshaUs
said s fd she sow her herhusband husband talking to a awoman awoman awoman
woman at t Sixth nd n Elm streets WhenMarshall When whanMarshall WhenMarshell
Marshall returned home his to wife shot shothim shothm shotham
him himI
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CAPT JOHN T KLEIN KLEINRecently KLEfNr KLEtNiAINERS
iAINERS r INERS VICTORIOUS VICTORIOUSIS
IS POPULAR POPULARVERDiCT POPULARVERDiCTChosen VERDICT VERDICTI VERDICTRecently I
Recently RecentlyIS Chosen Committee CommitteeThought CommitteeThought I IThought
Thought to Have Come Cometo I Ito
to Terms TermsCINCINNATI TermsCU 1 1C
CU CINCINNATI C CL CLNNATI NATI Oh 0Ida March 27 iYletory 27VIctoryfor iYletoryfor Victory Victoryfor
for th the USjM of fp1 coal miners in the mines minesof mtftesoC minesof
of Ohio Indiana and lid Pennsylvania PytvanlaiIIpraetlcally is ispraeticaay ispractically
practically assured reel by the developments developmentsof
of today in the joint special secret cora coramHte committee < om ommtttee
mHte of two miners kten and two operators operatorsfrom operatorstrom operatorsfront
from each of < t the bituminous coal minleg min mining m mhtJ ¬
leg districts dl trtcts hi the three States Stat named namedi
i 0 two miner and operators from theblock the theblock t e eblock
block coal mining district of Indiana IndianaTbe IndianaT1Ie IndianaThe
The committee began Its session today to today ¬
day 7 at 9 oclock Victory for the minors minorsin ln6nr ln6nrIn
in the three States named carries withit with withit vtthIt
it victory for forAOtO1 380000 roJ more miners in I all allother alloth allother
other oth r fields for the triStata conference conferenceapparently cootereACeappar8lltly conferenceapparently
apparently now DO closing here with wltkpeaeeful a apeaceful apeaceful
peaceful settlement is the pivot upon uponwhich uponhleh uponwhich
which hleh the entire coal mining mintn operation operationIn
In America hinges Thus an indus industrial i industrial 4U8 4U8trial ¬
trial warfare with Ilk Ms attending results resultsseems rdUlts6M
seems 6M now averted at a cos of only onlypractically 8ftlypractically onlypractically
practically i GSOM4XH 508 sooeei increased Inc pay to tothe tothe tothe
the men who work in the coal pits pit
WATSEKA V 1H March 27 TiThe The re remark remarkable remarkable
mark markable able revelation just made public publicthat publicthat publicthat
that States Attorney PaHssard PaH8 r now nowprosecuting nowprosecutln nowprosecuting
prosecuting Mrs J J B Seyler S ler for themurder the themurder tktmurder
murder of her husband had once aCe ce asked askedher askooher askedherr
her to marry him Is the topic of dis discussion c1iacu dlscussion ¬
cussion cu elon here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The statement that Mrs Sayler and I Iwore Iwere Iwere
were very ery close friends at one time timeIs timeIs timeIs I
Is true saW Attorney PaUseard PaUs ard I Ifeol 1feol Ifeel
feol keenly the position in which ltSch I am amplaced amplaced amplaced
placed because of the former relationbetween relation relationbetween elationbetween
between us but I have sworn to fulfill fulfillthe fulfillthe fulfillthe
the duties of my office and I will keep keepmy keepmy keepmy
my oath oathBefore oathBefore oathBefore
Before Mrs Saylers marriage to Say Sayler Sayler Sayler ¬
ler Pallseard and she were devoted to toeach toeach toeach
each other otherIn otherIn otherIn
In his opening address addre s PallseenlJooked Palimrdlooked Palteeard Palteeardlooked
looked into the eyes of the woman and andasked andasked nd ndasked
asked for her conviction while she sheshuddered siteshuddered sheshuddered
shuddered from head to fooL foot seemed seemedabout seemedabout seemedabout
about to faint and ad then sat with closedeyes closed closedeyes closedeyes
eyes until he finished his address addressThat address addressThat
That there is strong str Rg dissatisfaction dissatisfactionAlabama d dissatisfactionAlabama e tlstacUon tlstacUonAlabama
Alabama Flooring Good 235 per 100 ft ftFrank ftAdvtFrank
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Captain Kleins Wife Re Responsible Responsible ¬
sponsible for Startling StartlingConfession StartlingConfession StartlingConfession
Confession ConfessionBy
By F J BYRNE BYRNETHE BYRNEHE i iHE
HE bankers aDd iNtsiaeee BMS meA meAor menI ea eaPiUsbmrg
THE I or PiUsbmrg who may toe toecalled 1 becalled e ecaUed
called OB to face trial for forbribery forbribery forbribery
bribery ia connection wttk the tbecouaeitMfeBic thecosutdhMlatc
couaeitMfeBic graft grafti t f DIll 111 li ta tatlIt lathat
i that city and al l the members m of coun council council ¬
cil who lays av 8 Mea indicted iM ctecl or who whohave whohav whohave
have been forced to tie t e humiliating humiliatingposition h1lmillatingpOffIUon humiliatingposition
position of openly coafeeeteg their theirI theircriminality
I
I criminality in court call thank for fortholr fortholr fortheir
tholr misfortHBas the laSaeace iaA Em6e of otone ofone
one good woaaaa o 4 her husband hnebaadShe husbandShe l1i68aDdShe
She is Mrs John F Klein wife wifeof v wileof e eof
of Captain Klaia Kl 9 whose exposures exposuresduring expostlresdurlDg exposuresduring
during the past week have 1e resulted resultedin
in scores of indictments and the ikepublic tkepublic thepublic
public disgrace of more than thirty thirtycouncilmen WrtycouBcilmeB thirtycouncilmen
councilmen and a4 former couacH couacHraen COUDCIImen connlcilmen
raenWhea men
Whea her husband was 3S 6 facing a aprison aprison aprison
prison term aDd the t e doors of the thepenitentiary tDepenitentiary thepenitentiary
penitentiary stared him in the t e face faceand fceand faceand
and when his companions ia graft grafthad graftBad grafthad
had turned their shoulders to him himas himas 1 1as
as one who bad been found out and andwho aHwho andwho
who must go it atone he told the thewhole thewhole I Iwhole
whole story to his wife Ue aDd with withher withher withher
her advice determined for the sake sakeof sakeof sakeof
of his family aDd the welfare of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city to make a clean breast of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the whole history of municIpalgraft municipalgraft municipal municipalgraft
graft in Pittsburg PittsburgThe
The compelling motive ia this thisCaptain t thiscaptain is isCaptain
Captain Klein declares was his hislove his10e hist
love for his wife and the kids kidsThey kidsI kidsThey
t
They are twin children chlldreBa a boy and anda
I a 8 girl girlthe the delight of their fathers fathersheart fatharsI fathersheart
I heart and favorites with all who whoknow whoknow whoknow
know themThe them themThe themThe
The two children Marion and andGlrarti andGlrr andGirard
Glrarti are towheaded youngsters youngsterswho yo rs rswho
who do not know that their father fatherCOnUDtted fatherContinued
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PROSECUTOR CONFESSES CONFESSESDEVOTION CONFESSESDEVOTION CONFESSESDEVOTION
DEVOTION TO MRS SAYLER SAYLERDistrict SA YLER YLERDistrict
District Attorney at Trial Admits Former Intimate Rela RelationshipWith Relationship Relationship1Ylith
tionshipWith tionship Vith Accused Woman VomanCharge Charge of Half HalfHearted HalfHearted HalfHearted
Hearted Methods and Favoritism Develops
with the prosecution in the Saytor case caseamong ca caseanieng Q Qim
among im ng those who believe Dr W W H HMiller HMiller HMiller
Miller murdered Sayler and that Mrs MraLucy MrsLucy Irs IrsLucy
Lucy Sayler and an her father John Johnto
to Grunden unden wore accomplices Is becom becoming becomIng become ¬
ing more re evident Critics say M that the theStates theStates theStates
States e attorney is using every means m n in
his power to save the feelings of Mrs
Sayler SaylerThe Sa SaylerThe ler ler7he
The Saylor brothers who are deter determined determined ¬
mined that Miller and his alleged al eeI ac accomplices accompllces accomplices ¬
complices shall not escape are angered angeredat a ered eredat
at what they conceive to be the over overgentle overmethods overgentle
gentle methods of Mr Palteaard PalteaardEDUCATOR Palhi8ardEDUCATOR PalissardEDUCATOR
EDUCATOR NAMED NAMEDCONSUL NALlEDCONSUL NAMEDCONSUL
CONSUL GENERALPASADENA GENERAL GENERALPASADENA GENERALPASADENA
PASADENA Cal March 37 JiI1 It It order orderto anlerto orderto
to complete some studies of dialects and andlanguages aDdlanguages andlanguages
languages of Greece and the neighbor neighboring neI1hbocInJ neighborlug ¬
lug InJ countries Dr A B Cooke of ofThroop orThroop ofThroop
Throop Polytechnic Institute hag ac accepted accopted accrated ¬
crated the position tlon of consul general of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United United States at Petras Greece Glee e of ¬
fered him by the State Department DepartaMntGeorgia DepartmentGeorgia
Georgia Flooring Floo ng Heart No z 275 275per 215ver 295per
per HO 1 ft ft Frank LIbbey Co 6th 6t
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JOYOUSNESS MARKS MARKSCAPITALS MARKSCAPITALS
Cf CAPITALS ITiS RELEASE RELEASESpirit RELEASEFROM
FROM LENTEN ijUiETSpirit QUIET
Spirit SpiritFROM of Rejoicing Is Re Reflected Reflected Reflected ¬
flected by Throngs r in inChurch inr inChurch in inChurch
Church and StreetSUN Street StreetSUN StreetSUN
SUN SMILES ONSARTORIAL ON ONSARTORIAL ONSARTORIAL
SARTORIAL DISPLAY DISPLAYReligious DISPLAYReligious DI SPLAY SPLAYReligion
Religious and Social Activities Un Unusually UnusuaUy Unusually ¬
usually Varied VariedLittle Little Suf Sufferers Sufferers Sufferers ¬
ferers Remembered RememberedLIke
LIke a brttttaat butterfly emerging
from h Its chrysalis Washington wuldltgte came cameforth eII1ffortk cameforth
forth from Its I Lenten quiet today and andreveled andneIecl andreveled
reveled fat the joyouoncMc joy of Barter But < < and andthe andUN andthe
the long hoped for arrival of Spring SpringBathed SpringBathed
Bathed la sunshine tfte whose w oee warmth and andbrtUtancy and8riIIIaaey andbrilliancy
brilliancy WM w symbolical of the spirit spiritof
of I5a Easter ier men women and children childrencelebrated ehfldreneelebrated ddidrencelebrated
celebrated the festal fe tal day daythe the day of ofdays ordas ofdays
days to all who believe be eTe In Christ Chrl t crudfledin crud cruelfted crudAedIa
fted AedIa in worship of God and in thank thankfulness thankfulD8 thankfatness ¬
fatness fulD8 for uu enz ti a perfect J < < lect day dayBefore dayBetore dayBefore
Before the rising of the sun that later laterwa laterwaa laterwas
wa was < to shed Its g gc3den < Jd n benediction over overthe ov overthe r rthe
the city dt when heII the shadows w of night still stilldung sulkclung tll tllctu
dung ctu g faintly hi tiM h heavens churl churthbeite ehurrhbel churlbelie
bel belie pealed forth m ta triumph at thecoming the tieeomiog theeomta
coming eomta of Or Easter Day De and summoned summonedto
to worship mUM who w would gr gradvent gradvent r radY8IK
advent with wtt prayer prayerAgain paecApia raper raperAgain >
< <
Again and again th throu u out the day daybeite daybeU daybells
bells rang glumly Pi l1y They bey were to be beth 1KstleBeM besilenced
silenced at Jut OIII ally 1 by y u the failing of of1M ofthe
th 1M eveninc eMIItarServices a shaoVtrs shaoVtrsServkes shadhrsServices
Services Taroegkotit Day BayBogtenteg DaywWI DayBeginning
Beginning with the early services MI cf1J in inzaa inmaay inmany
zaa many y of the churches at C oclock wor worship worship W0lIp ¬
ship Ip tee been in progress practically practicallyall
all day da long IoD interrupted only sy the in intenatootoa inte intermisdoa
tenatootoa te between DetYH ea the dose of the U UI 11oclock Ilodock
I odocfc services and the beginning ftl of th thearly thearly thearty
early afternoon aervteeK aervicesThe aervteeKThe aeniceTIae
The most glorions PGIio1 period of the day dayo daywU daycame
o came m with wU the afternoon when the Sun Sunday SWtday Suuday ¬
day school c celebrations lebratio < ic were held andthe and andth an anthe
th the children raised their tbeirwee sweet > w ec higu higuvoices bignvolcea bigavoices
voices ia the Easter carols caroteNot carolsNot carolsNot
Not in many years has such brilliant brilliantweather brllUantUfI brilliantweather
weather UfI assisted ed Washington III Dgtoa in her wel welcome w welcome l lDe ¬
come < < De of Easter Day Da With lt enough enoughsharpness enoughIa tmougitsharpness
sharpness in the air to prevent eat the last lasttude Wiit lasutude
tude t that eo comes with too overwarm overwarmdays OT overwarrndays rw rm rmYS
days YS of early spring everybody a was wasabta as asa asable
able a to be abroad and DtI to enjoy the da daThe dsThe daThe >
The thoroughfare thoreu of the city eft pre presented preHIlted preaented ¬
sented gorgeous spectacles Thousands Thousandsaad
aad thsusandB goy of W Wasfetegtoniaus Wasfetegtoniauswalked WgUniauswalke nraus nrauswalked
walked walke < < to and from church dad in th thI thE thEPI thegay
I gay raisneht of the seaiion ae os Oonoecticut Oonoecticutand
and Massachusetts X avesn avenues ee Potomac Potomacdrive Potomacdrive Potomacdrive
drive and Rock Creek reek Park wer wercrowded wercrowded werecrowded
crowded at all 11 hours hoursMotley bousyuey hoursMedley
Motley Throng IB Streets StreetsMotortets StreetsiotodliU StreetsMotorists
Motorists occupants of carriages earrlaceshorseback earrlaleshorH carriageshorseback
horseback horH ek riders and Del pedestrians were wereout wereetlt wereeat
out In force Except during church churchaad churchad churchand
and ad meal hours OUrs virtually V every house housin bouse1ft housein
in Washington W was deserted de ned It wasno Was WasDO wagno
no dig to stay J Indoors All Washing Washington WcbJu WcbJut ¬
ton t appeared to recognize that fact factFloral tactF1ora1 factFloral
Floral decorations in the churches churchesseemed dlurchesto churchesseemed
seemed to be more brflllaat than usual usualThe tl5ualTbe usualThe
The recent warm weather mode flow flowers ftowerS flowers ¬
ers more abundant than t aa In ordinary ordinarytimes enlInar enlInartimes ordinarytimes >
times and Del those t OH wlw 0 had charge of ofdecomtlag oCdeconItIa ofdecorating
decorating deconItIa the places of worship spared sparedno
no pains in their work Every church churchand churchad churchand
and ad Sunday school building was redo redolent redolent redolent ¬
lent of fresh and fragrant flowers flowersFor acwersFor flowersFor
For the worshipers of Mammon Ya uDoD the theday thOclay theday
day presented rare opportunities opportuDItIeLdom Sal Seldom Saldent ¬
dom does an Easter Day dawn so fa favorably fayoraWy favorably ¬
vorably for those Washtegtoalaas W ia who whowfeh wboVish whowish
wish to display the t e finery they labor laborover Jaborover laboroverr
over so diligently U7 during 4 the quiet quietdays qWetdaJ1I quietdaps
days of Lent LentThe LeaLThe LentThe
The thinnest spring suits It the mpst mpstfragile 1n9tfrSile mpstfragile
fragile spring hat could ttICl be worn with Tvlthi without v1thout
i out fear of danger er to the health of ofpareL orthe ofthe
the Wearer or the tx C edition 0 of the ap appare apparel
pareL pare
The Sartorial Display DisplayThe DiaplayThe DisplayThe
The women came forth wtth enthusi enthusiasm enthustsEm ¬
asm > > 01 to try the effect of the latest latestcreation Jate latentcreadonre t tcreetl
creation creetl Ni of the Btedfetes Connecti Connecticut Connecticut ¬
cut avenue looked hike a Held of flowers flowersover flowersover w woyer
over which myriads myna of o > C butterflies butter les flit flitted flitted flitted ¬
ted Some were gaudy and some were weresedate werte weresedate
sedate e in the eek ce > r of their garb But Butmost ButJftCSt Butmost
most w were re gaudy gaudyMingled gaudyMingled aucb aucbl1agIecl
Mingled with the grownup upc were MttI Httlchildren Jittlchildree i ichildren
children They appeared J ia the park parkas par parkas
as 8 soon as th the morning mists D 8t had Mr Mred cl cled c ceel
ed away awestruck aweI rurit and solemn in theirnew their theirnew tbeltDeW
new clothes elo but sublimely happy la the thtIpoeeeaekm th thP088e thepoeseslaa
Ipoeeeaekm P088e 0It of multicolored Easter Ea t r egg eggand egg8Dd eggand
and downy Easter bam bunnies bunniesDuring banniesDuring e eDurl
During Durl l the mom mornlnc hours the Fwd Fwdkept < 7Wdkept owd owdkept =
kept within the Mmlts H is of the city cl but butas bittas butas
as the afternoon cam came un tney spread spreadout spreadout ead eadout
out in all directions Rock Creek C Park Parkhad Parkbad Parkhad
had a temporary popuh Jon of rf c several severalthousand severalthousand levtn11tboU8Dd
thousand persons as s e > y as 2 oclock oclockI oclockand
a and the Zoo Park was LOt tat r behind 1KbindIt
I it Potomac Drive was crowded all the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon afternoonPresident afternoonPreS afternoonPresident
President PreS deut Attends Service ServkeThe ServiceThe ServiceThe
The President Pre ldent and Mrs Taft wereamonb wereamong were wereamong
among those tho e who went to church this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning The President Pre ldeftt went to his hisown hisown hisown
own church An Souls Unitarian while whileMrs whilElrs whileMrs
Mrs lrs Taft accompanied a by Miss Helen HelenTaft HelenTatt HelenTaft
Taft aDd Robert Taft attended the theregular theregukr theregular
regular morning services at St Johns JohnsThe JohnsThe Johnsrho
The end of the morning services In tb tbvarteue the thevarious t
various rleus churches marked the renew renewof renewLl renewLlof
of a social activity among officials officialsmembers otftclalsmembers officialsmembers
members of the army and navy DT set and andtle andUte andthe
Ute diplomatic diplolBtJeThere set setThere setThere
There were innumerable luncheons luncheonsa uncheoDSa1IOBj
a a1IOBj noa ttong the moet important of o which wasthat was wasUaat vastliat
that given by Gilbert Grosv G nor editor editorof editorof
of the t e National Geographic G pble Society SocietyMagazine Socletyagazlne ErnestMagazine
Magazine in honor of Sir S it Ernest ErnestShackelton En1e ErnestShackelton t tShackelton
Shackelton the British explorer who Is Isnow Isnow isnow
now in Washington Among the guests guestswere I1I88tswere guestswere
were Commander Peary and the members mem members members ¬
bers of the board of governors of ofNational the theNational theNational
National Geographic Society SocietyChevy SocietyChevy SocietyChevy
Chevy Chase was the scene of several severalbrilliant HVerlbrtlllaat severalbrilliant
brilliant entertainments during durt g the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon while the t e tea te ea of the ambas ambassador ambassador ambassadorr ¬
sador from the Netherlands was at attended attaooed attended ¬
tended by X Miss lag 18 Helen Taft and n party partyof
of her friends friendsGLADNESS lrleDCIsGLADNESS friendsGLADNESS
GLADNESS BROUGHT BROUGHTTO
TO LITTLE HEARTS HEARTSDozens
Dozens of little hearts were made gladtoday glad gladtoday gladtodey
today at t the Childrens Hospital Ho pItaJ9 whenmembers when whenmembers whenmeM
members meM 8rs of the hoard of el1a lady managers managersand JBbCftSaDd managersand
and other friend trte d of the institution IMtltu Oft ar arCoraraen arCommon arCommon
Common Fleeting FJ rmg Sr75 175 per 100 feet feetFrank feetFrank feetFrank
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