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ACTION OF THE INDIANA INDIANAREPUBLICAN INDIANAREPUBLICAN INDIANAREPUBLICAN
REPUBLICAN CONVENTION CONVENTIONIn
In what is declared d Jarod to have been the tbemost themost themost
most enthusiastic State convention over overheld over1d overheld
held 1d in Indiana Iudia the Republicans of that thatState tUlttate thatstate
State tate adopted a platform ignoring the theParneAJdrich thePayn thePayneAldrich
ParneAJdrich Payn AJdrich tariff law demanded re revision revIion revision ¬
vision of the tariff took a stand in infavor infavor infavor
favor of a real tariff commission commies ion and andgave andgae andgave
gave the tariff record of Senator Albert AlbertJ
J T Beveridge a strong and nd ringing 1n 1ndorsemant in indorsement indorscIllitnt ¬
dorsement Eulogy of party achieve achievements achievements ch 8o 8oments ¬
ments was brief The convention de demanded demandtd demanded ¬
manded that the policies of Theodore TheodoreRoosevelt TheodoreRooscye1t TheodoreRoosevelt
Roosevelt be given effect in legislation legislationand l lation lationand
and administration admini tration President Pre ident Taft Taftwas Tdtwas Taftwas
was given an indorsement to which was wasadded waeaddN wasadded
added addN a pledge of our support in any anyefforts anytfforts anyefforts
efforts to secure the enactment of gen genuine guuine geatrine ¬
uine progressive legislation legislationSenator legislationSenator legislationSenator
Senator Beveridge in hi his speech to tothe tothe tothe
the convention set forth in succinct succinctterms succinctterms succinctterms
terms without mincing words the thereasons therelIODS thereasons
reasons he was opposed to the theof passage passageof
of the tariff bill and voted against g D8t it itand itand itand
and why be is opposed i4d to it now He Hestruck Hestrock Hee
struck at t many of the objectionable objectionablefeatures objeetiooablefratures objectionablfutures e e
features of the tariff law w such as the theincreased theincreased theincreased
increased duty du on cotton cloths the thefailure efailure thefailure
failure to reduce the ancient woolen woolenschedule woolen6Chedule wooleschedule n
schedule the duties left on lumber and andthe andtbtl andthe
the obsolete and infamous sugar sugarschedule ugarschedt augeschedule r
scheduleAll schedule scheduleAll e eAIl
All the evidence e is that what Senator SenatorBeveridge StorBeveridge Senatorsaid
Beveridge said id met with enthusiastresponse enthusiastic enthusiasticresponse enthuMastieTt
Tt response < ponse in the convention COftY6ftt Oll The action actionof actionof actionf
of f the convention in warmly warJl Y indorsing indorsingIr indorei indoreiBeveridgee itg
Ir Beveridges record r in refusing refusingenmmend to tocommend toommpnd
commend the tariff law a in calling for formodification ffrmodificatiort fornodificatiod r
modification of duties duti and in demand demanding demandin demanding ¬
ing in a genuine tariff commission oommis ion can caninterpreted be beinterpreted beinterpreted
interpreted only as 8 meaning one thing thingThe thi thiThe thingThe
The Republicans Rt of Indiana Iadia are deeply deeplydissatisfied deeplyiSMti deeplydissatisfled
dissatisfied iSMti W with the bourse ofon of ofon Congress Congresson
on the tariff and take no stock in the theutterances t tutterances e eutterances
utterances of President Prea lf t Taft or anyone anyoneelse uone uoneelse dare dareelse
else commending the PayneAMrich PayneAMrichmeasure payneAWrieh payneAWriehmfft8ure PayneAldrmeasure
measure measureThe mfft8ureThe measureThe
The Republicans of Indiana are in intelligent Rt11i intelligent ¬
telligent t11i fnt Republicans who do their own ownthinkin ownfhinkinf
thinkin They are tOt 21IIIiblenor aullible nor are
they to be intimidated ddated by threats con concerning 00ftprning concPrning ¬
cerning the penalties of a course notsuited not notsuited notsuited
suited to the wishes 68 of the oldtina oldtinamachine oldtiMemarhine oldtubemachine
machine leaders whether wbe r those leaders leadersare
are in Indiana India or in Washington Theiraction Their Theiraction ir irartion
action is likely to prove of farreaching
importance importa ef In the light of it what whatbecomes whatcomS whatbecomee
becomes comS of the assertions a of those who whohave whohave whohave
have been talking about tb the insurgent insurgentand in urgent urgentand
and progressive movement in the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican party growing weaker and andspeedily andIpeedily andt
t speedily = dying out What becomes of ofthe ort116 ofthe
the talk that the a men n in the Senate Senateand Sen Senateand te teand
and House who are insisting in Bting on throw throwing throwing throwing ¬
ing off the regime of Cannonism and andAldrichism andIdricbism andAldrkbism
Aldrichism < are acting from motives of ofmere ofmerr ofmere
mere personal peri Onal spleen t Such talk isidleand is isidleand isIdle
idleand Idle and foolish in the face of the t e re returns returns returns ¬
turns from Indiana IndianaIt
It is time for Republican leaders Jeadenlw who whoare whoare o oare
are blind to the strength of the progres progressive pro progreesivo es esliIivo ¬
sive movement in the country to wake wakeup wakeup wakeup
up The Indiana convention ought ou ht to toserve tosore i i8ne
serve as an eye opener to the men who whoare whoare whoare
are assuming to run the Republican RepublicanCongressional Republ RepublicanCongressional n nCngre
Congressional a CllRfNL campaign fp1 and 00 other lead leaders leaders leaders ¬
ers who are are setting their faces in a abackward abackward abackward
backward directionSenator direction directionSenator direetionSenator
Senator Beveridge deserves high highcredit higkcredit highcredit
credit for his plain pla n speaking Hiswords His Hiewords Hi6words
words at Indianapolis and the action of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the convention conven 011 there will ill have impor important iMportant iaportant ¬
tant effects on the Republican con conventions connntlo conventions ¬
ventions nntlo of a number of StatesEspecially States StatesEspecially SttesEIpteiaUy
Especially will they have a large rge bear bearing ring bearing ¬
ing on the conventions in the hliddloWest Middle MiddleWest MiddloWest
West More than that they are likely likelyto
to affect the course of things in Congress Con Congress ConJFre8S ¬
gress and have a relation not remote remoteto
to the shaping up of the next Presiden Presidential Presidential Presidential ¬
tial campaign campaignA
A WOMANS STRONG CONFIDENCE CONFI CONFIDENCE CONFIDENCE ¬
DENCE IN HER HUSBAND HUSBANDIt
It seems beyond belief but it is true trueA truewoJ t ts rue
A woman Jt testifying publicly in court courtactually courtactually sou courtactually
actually praised her husband notwttkstanding notwith notwithstanding BOtwitltstanding ¬
standing that tba he had been named med as co corespondent 00respondeat oorespondent ¬
respondent in a divorce case Why Whyshe Wh Whshe Vbybe y
she be told the lawyer wyet who w o soaghfc IM to cast castsuspicion cast8U8picion castsuspicion
suspicion upon the husbands veracity veracityin
in so far as his is accounts a to his wife of ofhis ofhis o ohis f
his conduct wore concerned he was WIimodel wasmodel a amodel
model modelMy
My huabftiNL h le very goad to tome me e a aif and andif andif
if all husbands were ere like hint you youwould youwould y ywould ou
would have 11 no work in this court she shesaid Mesaid shesaid
said There would b ta so occasion for fordivorces fordiorttS fo fodivorcee r
divorces divorcesIt
It is dolara dohars to pennies that the hus busband husband HUSband ¬
band involved regards his wife ss s the thebest thobest th thbeet o
best in the world for it is not eve evetcife every everywife everywiie ry
wife whxe wh hle le loyalty to her husband and andconfidence aJlClconfideue andanfidenes
confidence w ya him withstand the severteat severe severetest severoteIIt o
test which eoaes whoa a husband is issingled issingled 1 1singled s
singled out Mi a a corespondent It is isnot isnot i inot s
not so unusual for a woman to be loyal tayaLSometimes kJyaLSometiIMS lo loyalSometimes
Sometimes under the e most distressing di6 dotressln 5Sfng g
i
I circumstances sho remains eDlains so because becausethat becausthat becausethat
that Is tho true feminine nature Some Sometimes Sometimos Sometimes ¬
times she is moved m wed < by her own dread dreadof dreadof dreadof
of the expressed and implied taunts of ofhor ofhor o oher f
hor friends Or she is loyal for her horchildrens harchildrens h hchildrens
childrens sake sakeBut StikaBut sakeBut
But confidence con donce in a husband is a dif different different different ¬
ferent thing A woman may be loyal loyalto loyalto
to all appearances axl yet not have the theslightest thoslightoet th thslightest e
slightest confidence con derne in her husband Ac According According iccording ¬
cording to the public records most mostwomen moetwomtn mostwolnrn
women lose confidence v vhen hen their part partners partnors partners ¬
ners are accused as coroepondeats Evan Evanthe lli Eventhe on ontho
the naming of a husband regardless of ofhis ofhis o ohis f
his guilt or innocence is sufficient with withsome withome ith ithSOIRO
some s women to make thorn turn against againstthe againstthe
the men with whom they entered into intoa in ina
a life contract contractThus oontraetThus contractThus
Thus one woman womatl womairbi by r her loyalty and anddevotion a adevotion nd nddevotion
devotion to her husbandby hu by her posi positive posithe posiive ¬
the t ive expression of confidence in him him has hasshown hasshown hast hasshown
shown herself to be different ditTerentdifteront ditTerentdifterontfrom different differentfrom t t
from most most women under similar circum circumstances circumstances circuntstances ¬
stances stancesVICTORY stancesVICTO stancesVICTORY
VICTORY VICTO Y OF THE SOCIALISTS SOCIALISTSIN
IN MILWAUKEESocial MILWAUKEE MILWAUKEESocial MILVAUKItESocial
Social Democrats have yo won a sweep sweeping 8Weeping sweepbeg ¬
ing victory j tory in in Milwaukee They have haveelected h haelected vo voelected
elected Emil S Sidel idel their oandtdata to for formayor formayor fo fomayor r
mayor by BJMO plurality the t e largosplurality largest largestplurality 1arg8tplurality t
plurality of any ny party in a similar con contest oontest contest ¬
test in the history of the city Morthan More Morethan rorot
than t this they control tie commoncouncil common commoncouncil cODlmon cODlmoncounell
council having elected all six aldermen aldermenatJarge aJdennenatitJarge aldermenatarge
atJarge and carried fourteen out of oftwentythree oftwutythrM o otwentythree f
twentythree wards wardsThis wardsThis rds rdsThis
This means two the city of Milwaukee Milwau Milwaukee Milwauk ¬
kee k so far as its municipal Dlw government governmentis t
is concerned is i in the control of the theSocialists theSocialists th thSocialists e
Socialists For the t e leaders of the theSocial theSocial th thSocial e
Social Democrats are avowedly social socialistic socialisti ocia1iitie ¬
istic iitieThe isti
isticThe
The platforms of the Social Demo Democrats Domocrats Democrats ¬
crats the Democrats and the Republi Republicans Republicans ¬
cans in the campaign were similar similarThey similarThey similarThey
They advocated home rule initiat1vand initiative initiativeand iuitit1v8and e
and referendum and regulation ofliquor of the theliquor theliquor filetrop
liquor traffic In view ie of the similarity similarityof i siinilarit siinilaritof il rity rityof y
of platforms the results of the election electionmust 81eetioomust elec elecmust trop
must be interpreted as meaning that thatthe thatthe thathe t
the people of Milwaukee have more moreconfidence IDOftcooftdcnce nor norconfidence a
confidence that the Social Democrats Democratswill Demccrawill t 8
will carry out their promises than they the r rhad
had in either of the theoId old parties partiesFrightened partiesFrightOlHd partiesFrightened
Frightened folks who take to their theircyclone t thelcyclone oIr oIrcyclolte r
cyclone cellars on hearing the wo wosoeialist word wordsocialist wordoeiali8t
socialist should not get unduly excited excitedIt
It will be just as well to wait and andjudge 1I1Idjudge a ajudge
judge the Social Democrats of Milwau Milwaukee Miiwaukee
kee by I the results of their administra administration atnL atnLticK ¬
ticK Victor L L Berger one of the therominent most mostprominent JDOf t tprominellt
prominent p rominent Socialists in America the tholeader theJeAder t ar
pleader
leader of his party in Milwaukee him himself himself ina inaself ¬
self elected
aldermanatlarge be says saysThis save saveThia Y8 Y8Thla
This Is I the first time la the his h ¬
tory or the country that the Social
Democrats have carried a large Iarsecity largecity
city All I have to say at this
time is f that the party will give
Milwaukee the b beat st administra administration admh adminlatration tr ¬
tion it ever had or that any elty
ever had A square deal for every ¬
body will be our aim aimThe aimTho aimThe
The real test of f the Milwaukee S So Socialists 00eialisu o ¬
cialists will be when w htn their admiJii adminiflea administra administration tn tntioa ¬
flea is reckoned up and when it i ifound ie iefound isfouRd
found whether they have vc made good in intheir intJteir i itheir n
their promises prom es to give the city a much muchimproved muehimproved n
improved government gov vrllmeat It will be inswhile worth worthwhile worthhile tit
while hile watching the course of thing thingunder flat flatunder a
under UBd their regime regimeNEW r regimeNEW lDe lDeNEV
NEW YORK FOR I OR A SAFE AND ANDSANE ANDS AN ANSANE D
SANE S NE FOURTH
Opposition Oppo ition to the safeandsane safeandsaneFourth MfeBdMIMFourth safeandsaFourth ne
Fourth of July plan is kicking hard hardit a as asit asit s
it dice The latest kick comes over the theorder thetier th thorder e eerr
order tier given by Mayor Gaynor of New NewYork NewYork N NYork err
York to the fire re commissioner oDer of the themetropolis t thmetropolis e emetropolis
metropolis to stop the sale Ie of fireworks fireworksbetween Jlreworbbetween irewor ireworbetween ka
between June 10 and July 10Those 10 10Those 10Tho
Those ie who bo hold that Independence IndependenceDay IndependeDay
Day D r cannot be properly celebrated celebratedwithout eele ratodwithout celebratewithout
without noise are filled with indignation indignationthat ind indigna indignathat fBlLtkm fBlLtkmtbat Lien
that can hardly be called patriotic patrioticThey patrio tte
They Th e y say again that it is possible po possiblesupprees to tosuppress iosuppreii8 toe
suppress the dangerous sort rt of fire fireworks Areorks fir firworks e ¬
works orks that 14 harmless rJBJe8s fireworks should shouldalways shouJclalways shat shatalways > d
always be a part of the American AmericanFourth AmwioanFourth Amer AmerFourth q a
Fourth of July But it is plain that thatthe tIMLtthe the thethe t
the Fourth ie i to be not only safer but butsaner butsaner be besaner
saner The protest has been bee filed filedmerely not notmerely notterely t i
merely against dangerous fireworks fireworkslikewise but butlikewise butikewi it
likewise ikewi e against the stupid tradition traditionwhich traditionwhich traditiowhich n
which makes a barbaric racket
¬
repre represent reprosent reprsent
sent patriotic fervor Deaths and in injuries injuries injuries i ¬
juries are only one feature of the ob objectionable objeetiona o ojeetloaable b h ¬
jectionable jeetiona score It is only a questioof question questionof bn Q
of time when the senseless noise noisealso will willalso willIso
also be divorced from these celebratioMayor celebrations celebrationsMayor celebratioDBIayor wiln n 5
Mayor Gaynors act puts New Yor York Yorkwell YGrkwell k
well to the fore in 1n the reform
p pSion proces procesCITIZENS proceslion
lion lionCITIZENS SionCITIZENS
CITIZENS MUST ANSWER ANSWERTRUTHFULLY A ANSWETRUTHFULLY NSVERTRUTHFULLY R
TRUTHFULLY THE CEN CENSUS CENSUS CENSUS ¬
SUS QUESTIONS QUESTIONSAccording QUESTIONSAccwdiag QUESTIONSAccording
According to custom the t e taking of ofthe ofthe 11
the census will begin be 1 within ithin two weeks weeksEnumerators weebEnuDlOrat we weEnumerators g 3
Enumerators EnuDlOrat rs will go from house househouse to tobouse tooU 0
house 6 counting noses and asking a B ¬
ques questions questions qu qution
tions Many of these questions will willof be beof beof > e
of the sort that some people regard regarddecidedly as 89hat asdecidedly asdecidedly
decidedly impertinent nevertheless t the theGovernment theGovernment I IGovernment
Government has a right to know u uit what whatit hat
it seeks to find out and it is incumbent incumbentupon incumbentupon incumbeupon nt ntr
upon every one to audwer al er the t c inquiries inquiriespropounded iDquiiicspropcMlDded inqui r i ipropounded es
propounded propoundedThis
This work of the census enumerator enumeratorcan enumeratcan o r
can be facilitated if all citizens will willrealize willrealize wi II IIrealize
realize the importance of the statisti statisticscompiled statistieolHpiled statisticompiled hg
compiled by the t e Government It is isvital isiW
vital iW that these shall be correct for foronly foroDly It Itonly r
only when they are so is it possible po passibleutilize to toutilize toutilize
utilize them in making calculations and anddeductions anddeductioDS as d
deductions of any value valueIn valueIn
In previous census work the cobs collection colleetioa C Cflea ¬
flea of statistics has been hampered hamperedand hamper td tdand
and in some cases made useless by
the bungling of incompetent enumera enumerators enumerators enum ¬
tors Extra precautions have been beentaken beenilaken her hertaken n
taken this yearto ye year r io see that the ca cy cyoBIeIS n nvasaers IivmeiS
vasaers shall be of the highest order orderIt orderIt r
It is said too that
the enumerators are aretrained arctrained a atrained rtt
trained to ask questions intelligently intelligentlyand y
and politely and this thi no doubt will willmake willmlLke w wmake ill
make it easier or to f o get correct replies repliesIt repli 06
It remains for f > r the public therefore th8r6 or to todo tod
do d its part partIt partIt
It is a violation of of an aot of Con Congress Congress C i pn ¬
gress to refuse to toanswerqu answer aswerquje gtlestdansas 8on3ask nsask k
ed in tho name of tho Government in inconnection inconnection inconnection
connection with the census and COMO conseiquantly consequently COMOquontIy ¬
quently it behooves men and women womenwhen womenwhen womenwhen
when interviewed by the census taker takerto takerto
to answer truthfully truthfullyThe
The man who Is to do the boosting booetfngfor boostingfor
for the he bill raisin raising the salaries of Judges Judgesis
is named Hornblowerwhich HornWower which shows that thatShakespobre thatSbak
Shakespeare Sbak re didnt know what he was WIUItaJkfns
talking about when he said there was W8nothing wasnothing
nothing in a name nameThe
The news n W that a funeral trust has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been formed in Cincinnati strengthens strengthenstho
tho impression that a big party may dlo dloin dloIn
in that Slate in tho coming elections electionsOt
Of course the man who was roml romlnated I oral amJnated oralmated
nated for secretary of state of Indianaand Indiana Indianaand Indianaand
and is I named Gultey Gull stands a chance to tobe tobe tobe
be dltohed ditohedPittsburgh dltohedPlttsburgs
Pittsburgh bank robbery rOb last night nightshows nightsbo nightshows
sbo shows s that the town has adopted bullets bulletsInstead bulletsInstead
Instead of ballots as a means of bur burglary burgl ¬
giaryThe gl glary glaryThe
glThe
The cognomens of tho generals of th tharmies the thearmies theannlu e
armies of Peru Peruand and Ecuador sound like likea
a new W lot of names Ji1ft for cigars cigarsIt
It has been decided that the Sugar SuartnNtt to totrust
trust is not m contempt of the court courtbut courtbut courthoar
but how about the country countryIt
It may bothat be that Cardinal Car iDal del Val gave gaveJohn saV saVTohn o
John Calian OXaoghltn OIA1ug lln the marry marryinerry m8n7merry merryt
merry inerryIt
It seems that bribery IB not the best bestDOltey b88tDOlley bee beepolicy t
policy for Insurance companies in New NewYorK NewYork Ne NeYork w
YorK YorKThose YorkTho YorkThose
Those e South American armies might mightbe mightbo t
be formidable It they wore big hat pins pinsTheodore pinsTheodore
Theodore Roosevelt would not suit suitSecretary 8ultSecretar nullSecretary
Secretary Knox as a minister mlni ter to Ch China ChinaIndiana ChfnaIndiana
Indiana skeins to be no place fo for forPayne torPayne r
Payne or Aldrkih AldrkihCommissioners Aldrf AldrtllBOARD h hBOARD
BOARD TROUBLED TROUBLEDBY
BY CHICKEN LAWS LAWSCommissioners
Commissioners Find It Hard Hardto Har d
to Form Regulations Sat Satisfactory Satisfactory ¬
isfactory to All AllIn AllIA
In their eM eadesrver er to formulate a set Ntot
of ° chicken rarulAttoae dOM which will willwith meet meetwith meetwith meettie
with the approval of the courts and the theowners the0WMnI
owners of o fowls tM th Conrnrineloaehave Commissioners Co aer aerbave rs
have been bes be t with difficulties difficultiesIn
In the new regulations effective May
50 5 no r restriction is placed upon t the thekeeplnr he
keeping of fowls row outside the Are Umlt8wbllo limits limitswhite
white within the fire 1R Emit chickens chIok are arenot arenot annot e
not permitted to maintain a residence residencewithin rldeaoewithin rd rdwithin once
within 3i feet of any structure used usedfor UMdfor t tfor
for human habitation or to stray 8t strayin raT with within wtthIn ¬
in twentynve feet of any lath 11 struo ittruoture atru atrutore o
ture tureTM toreThe
The former regulations which Knitted 1IaIt 1IaItthe 1lmttthe ed
the Activity o oL the fowls to fifty A f foutside feet feetoutside tMtoutslcle
outside and twentylive feet inside t tAre the thenre theare
are limits were declared by Judge 1e M XvI XvI1oD anllowgt l llown
lown lowgt > of the Police Court to be to tovalid
valid on the ground that they were dto dtocrlraliatory dlI ciscrimtrMory
crlraliatory What the decision d of ofcourt the thecourt thecourt
I court will b be under the new ordinance ord f c anoe
la problematical problematicalThe Probl matcaJ
I The new rft regulation provides also that thatno thatno t
no roosters rocNatt rs are to be kept 5Vdea on the prom pr em
bet within the ftre flr limits 11m UI without the thewritten Us Uswritten
written consent of a majority of th e
householders hoa in that square e or Mock
filed with the Health Officer 0ftIcerIn
In order to keep Hp fowls within the fire
limits a permit must be obtained from f rortf
the e Health Officer on condition that the thepremises theprerntses t he
premises are In proper sanitary con
dUion for such purpose purposeCircuit PUfIOMPLACE I
PLACE CONSIDERED CONSIDEREDFOR
FOR VAN VANDEVANTEF OEVANTER OEVANTERCircuit
Circuit Court Judge May MaySucceed MaySucceed Ma
Succeed Brewer on Su Supreme Supreme ¬
preme Bench Benchd
Judge Jud Willie fuie Van Devaater el the theEl8hth tin S u
Eighth judicial circuit te looming tinp up upas u p y
as a poseHbiHty for the Supreme Court Courtbench Courtneh Cou Coubench rt t
bench neh to nil II the vacancy caused by the Utedeath B
death of Justice Brewer
Although the President Is m no hurry hurryit bur ry f
to make mak his ht selection fUr this important IQIPOrtantpost t
post he has already begun to look over 0Tethe OT OTth t tRha e r
th the e n 1kb1 W 1 of probabilities and eligibtes eI eIand eft eftand Rha l
and Van Devantor r is raid to stand standthe near nearthe r
the top of the list with Lloyd W Bow Do Doen Bowera
ere Solicitor r General for the Depart DeDartment Dept rt
ment of JostlesJudge Justice tJceTud
Judge Tud e Van Devwiter was a member me memberse ber of oftbe f
the court which made the famous deci decllion
lion dissolving the Standard Oil Com Compan
pang pan on which an appeal la now pend pending pe peag
ing l ag before the Supreme Court He lieorlsinally Is Isoriginally Isorlsinally s
orlsinally from Wyoming Wy Jmtng < and 00 is known knownto Into wtt a
to the judiciary of the whole hole country countrya as asa asa s
a man of profound legal learning and andstrong andstntng
strong character He was seriously con conPklend conskiered
sWered for the Supreme Bench by the thePresident thePre th thPresident A e
President Pre klent just before Justice Lurton was wasappointed wasappGIlrtcd we weappolnted s
appointed and he has the indorsement indorsementof indorsers indorsersof eni
of a strong following foUowi K In the West Westnake
nakeis It Is probable that Mr Taft will not notmake
make s ake his final selection before June 1 1
and he may let It go over until next ne L I
falL fah but so far f his study of the skua sic siclion neua ua
lion has left him with a high opinion of f
Judge Jud Van an Devanter according accor ing to those thosewho thosewho th thwho e
who profess to be familiar with the t h a
Presidents Pre Pr denlS views viewsWhats vIewsWhats
Whats on the Program ProgramTonight ProgramTonig11t
Tonight in Washington WashingtonBnai W snington sningtonB
Bnai B I Brlth banquet the Arlington ArlingtonMeettag ArlingtonMeettftg Arlngtonadeetlag
Meettag of teachers teach S + training ag class of ofSunday orSuniy
Sunday School Institute 1215 I street streetnorthwest street streetnorthwesc stre et
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Chamberlains Cham C erlains Bank Failure FailureIngton FalareSENATOR FailureENATOR
SENATOR ENATOR CHAMBERLAIN or Wash WashIngton Washington
Ington who recently made his Ant flrstextended Antextended firstxtended
e extended speoch In Congress s on consen con conservation oonsenaUon ¬
S servation sen atlon has reminded an old friend of ofChamberlains ofChamberlains ofhamberlains
C Chamberlains own experiments In consc con conservation conservation ¬
servation servationWhen servationWhen sc + t rauoa rauoaWhen
When Chamberlain was running for forthe forthe forthe
t the Senate sold this friend the oppo opposition opposition oppesiuon ¬
sition wont over his record with a flue fluetooth ftRetooth Anetooth
t tooth comb to find something Injurious Injuriousto
to him One day one of the strikers strikersrushed strikersrushed strikersrushed
rushed In and announced that he had It ItChamberlain It ItChamberlaln t tChamberlain
Chamberlain was president of a bank bankwhon baAkwhon bankwhen
whon he was a young man it bustedand busted bustedand bustedand
and was a horrible wreck TvrockDig wrockDIg wreckDig
Dig it up quick announced the calnpalgrt cam campaign 0IIlpaJgn ¬
P paign manager managerThe managerThe tnartagerThe
The story was waslookel looked and was true treeThe trueThe tnleThe
The bank had failed and there were al almost almost almost
most no assets aasetsTHfey asselsTItey
They were just ready to put out the thestory thestory
i story when an old friend of Chamber ChamDerhlns Chataber13ins
i Iains camo along and advised id against a alnot D t
1 Wont ront do you any good he insist l t te
a e3 Take my m word for it It ItBut
But the campaign managers had tti to do dosomething do811methlng doasmethiag
s something and so the story of the bust bustl bu8toct bastal
oct < l bank was given out and got dtM d e pub publicity pu ¬
licity In n all the antiChamberlain papers papersNext papenKert
Next day the Chamberlain committee committeegave oommlUeegae committeethe e
gave out a statement signed by at alldirectors the OMdirectors
directors ana a lot of depositors of ° f the thebank thebank e
bank It said saidIt sa1dIt
It Is true that Mr Chamberlain was waspresident wasPrejll4ent
president of the bank when it failed failedAt edAt
At that time he was a man of some someproperty omeproperty someroperty
property p He had never been actively activelyconnected acttntyconnected
connected c with wit the bank baakand bankand management managementand
and when he learned that it was closed closedand c10Mdand oeed
and a nd hopelessly insolvent In he tared over overhis overhl8 overhis
his entire property and personally personallyall paid
all depositors depositorsWhereupon deQ Itors ItorsWhereupon
Whereupon the AntiChamberlain peo peopie
pie started hunting for a new roorback rear rearand back
and when election elE day came the theRhese man Jftah
whose h H bank had failed td ingforSousty ly was wastriumphantly I
triumphantly elected Senator SenatorPoofs SenatorRoots tor I
Roots Voice Gains Strength Strengthhis StrengthTHE
THE comment Is often beard among alDOftgbIB amonghis
his colleagues that Senator Roots Rootsvoice Root Rootvoice Rootsvote
voice has greatly Increased in volume vattraeand elUIItaDd
and a nd clearness since he first catered e terEod the thechamber Utechamber
chamber as New York junior r repre repre58Btt1ve eposSentatlve
SentatlveWhen sentatlve sentatlveWhen 58Btt1veWhen
When Senator Root made his fir firspeeches firnt ftrP68Cbes et
speeches in that body it was difficult dIt 1t t
for all the Senators to hear him As for fo r tr
the galleries they could only catch ex
tracts of the Senators remarks r RtArkL He Heeen bad
1 been b een used to addressing adclr ag courts and anduries
juries j at close range and andhad apparently T
had not practiced pitching his vatee Y ee to toremote toremote t temote o
i remote r sections of a hall hallow
Now ow the Senator is s distinctly under
stood by the entire chamber when os 6ea he herises 1Mrleee beeFS
r rises to speak k His threeday addret addreton ally addrOft allyn eFS
on o < n the
railroad bill did not
serve to toweaken t o
weaken its effectiveness elreettv in the Small smallest I Ide esi
degree de ree < His delivery is seldom aeI tap tapstoned Sni pas
stoned It te often stow 810 and halting
due to his hi practice of speaking without withoutnotes withoutnote with
i notes or manuscript of any kind Xven E Sv en
i in this he is said to have shown great t
i improvement tMpcOvementPrefers fanparveafeaLPrefers
Prefers Books to Senate Senatemember SenatT
T HE Senate hB no more scirolari cboIrIT r
member that Senator Se Money of o
MlasteelppL JoI18 He may y not posses POM esc val university valvenJlty n nverStty ¬
versity degrees in great numbers but lost t
he te a therourh student Cl fed d his learnprofoead learn learnrag Iemtag
tag rag < te profound profoundDay profCMlDdDay
Day by day the Mississippian H cn ayseen be heseen beMen
i seen examiri examining the e shelves of thecadband the sec secondhand NOODdhaacI ¬
ondhand < book stores tor
on Pennerlvan Pylvanavenue Peehney i iavenue
avenue a He goes from one to another anotherand BOtbvaDd
and a nd occasionally o he finds a rare old oldvolume o h holume j
volume v he wants and whatever the theprice themay th thprice
price may be be It be wants It he buys buysit buy buy1L a
it He lie te > e almost as familiar a figure figurethe OB OBthe 01th
the Avenue venue as are the bookcases them themselves tbea1tMlTeS themelves
selves that te i those iMfcich wi > tIck stand out outbefore outbetor ou t Lbefore
before the shops with ttb the garnered garneredlearning re4 re4leamta e I i
learning l of ocaatuzW centuries on their shelves shelvesIn IIbeIT IIbeITIn
In a few months the Democratic lead leader leader leadr ¬
er o r will retire to his Mississippi X IllpP1 home to tolive tGlive
live the remainder of his life among amonghte amo amoh unohis i
his h old friends aad Mr books booksclose Thoe Thoeclose Th Thos e eelo e
close e to the Mississippian K say that ho howit h hwin e
wit ruly welcome the day that ends endshte see seehie d8 d8ht i
hte long and distinguished dt Senatorial Senatorialcareer s todal todaleareer 1 icareer
career eareerBourne
Bournes s Dollar Smoke SmokeITS
ITS something of a compliment when whenSenator whomSenator n i
J Senator Bourse asks a fellow to have ve
A cigar r as the Senator frequently does doetIIt
It is said that the Senator has tin tinhobble three threebobble8 lee >
fc hobbies Oregon apples appl mining miningnd stock toekDd
and a nd H 1 cigars dgarsHe
He vies with J Pterpont Morgan and andother I
o other magnates in n the expenshreness expensive Iyeneor Hasa s
o of the latternamed luxury Senator or orBoune r
I Bourne takes a smoke whenever he hefeels
f feels like it too and inasmuch lna as asknot he >
b te knot not stingy in banding bndin them around aroundamong anon roaMamong ad I
a among his friends upon favorable op opportunities opportunlUea ¬
j portunities it t te a a bit staggering to tocontemplate U >
e contemplate what the cigar bill of the theOregon th thOregon
C Oregon Senator te per annum annumSome annumSeine
Some Senators do not smoke at all aUothers allothers
e others manage to get et along somehow somehoWwith r
with the fifteen to fiftycent brand but butSenator t
Senator S Bourne so his friends say Y Ycannot
cannot really enjoy a smoke unlesswhole unless s one onewhole
whole American dollar was spent fo foit for forit torIt r r
j it It He wants the best bestSUNDAY beetSUNDAY
SUNDAY WORK LESSENED LESSENEDCHICAGO LESSENEDCHICAGO
CHICAGO April 6 6The The Chicago and andNorthwestern andorthwestern 1
Northwestern railroad has determined determinedI deteratt
to make Sunday Runda a day of rest as far faras taras
as possible Work in all departiiirrts departna departnaof er s
of < the road other than in those aciua ly tynecesmtry y yneeoosry
necossary to operate the system will be besuspended beuspended
suspended and the employee will n have havethe b8vethe havethe
the day to therneeyesVEHICLE themselves themselvesVEHICLE themselvesVEHICLE
VEHICLE COMPANY FORMED FORMEDDOVER FORMEDDOVER FORMEDDOVER
DOVER April 6 6Artlcles Articles of ollncorpor ollncorporatlon incorpor Sncorperetion incorporation ¬
ation have b been en filed here for th the Inter International International International ¬
national Elevated Railroad Company of ofWashington ofVuhtngton ofWashington
Washington D C capital mCQOCtt mCQOCttThe SO li0f Om OmThe < 6U 6UThe
The company will deal in air compress compressors comPl comPlOn ¬
ors and manufacture and construct all allkinds aUkinds
kinds of vehicles vehiclesCONCERT vehiclesCONCERT
CONCERT BY l 15TH CAVALRY CAVALRYBAND CAVALRYBAND
BAND BANDAT BANDAT
AT BAND STAND STANDTHIS STANDTIDS STANDTHIS
THIS AFTEBXOON AT 4 OCLOCK OCLOCKDirector OCLOCKDirector OQOCFLDirector
Director George F Tyrrell TyrrellPROORAM TyrrellPROGRAM TyrrellPROOiA3L
PROGRAM PROORAMMarch PROGRAMM
March M StarchOn On the Levee Le LeveeFantasiaCreme ee n Hall HallFantaala HallFant391aCrome
Fantaala Fant391aCrome Crame de la Creme
CremeTobani
Tobani TobaniWaltz4Rea TobaAlWaltzRoo
Waltz4Rea White and aa + ti Bto Blue HkVGrand
BtoTobani HkVT
Tobani TobaniGrand T TabattlGrand
Grand Fantasia for two cornets
cornetsHaR
Hall HallSelection HaRSolectlonSuitan HallSelectionSultan
Selection SolectlonSuitan Sultan of Sulu SJlu SuluCsrk SuluCsrkmarchjCaptaitt Ckurk CkurkMarch rk rklIarchCaptaln
March lIarchCaptaln marchjCaptaitt Captain McCormick McCormtakBrockenshhe McCormlGkI McCormickBrorkenshite
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Brockenshhe
Tea to Be Served on Potomac Drive DriveBy DriveBy J JBy
By the Childrens Hospital Board
Will Be Simultaneous With WithMarine WithManne WithMarine
Marine Bands First FirstConcert FirstConcert FirstConcert
Concert ConcertSociety ConcertSociety
Society S < Women and d Sea SeaSORS i isoas
Sons SORS Debutantes to Pre Preside Preside re
side at Tables T TablesTbo abIes abIesTIto
The board of Lady xnaaaeers IDAMC ma era of the
Childrens Hospital have arranged a aunique 8Wllque
unique entertainment 8 t t In tbe form of a
t tea u to > be served oerye
on Potomac Drive Drivenear DrI DrInear Drinanear
n near th the band
stand
Saturday after afternoon ar arBOOII ¬
f noon n oon April w on the occasion of therst the thenrat
f nrat fi t concert of the season n br the Ma Marine aIariae ¬
z rine Band The proceeds wn be forthe for forthe torthe
the benefit of o the hospital and a num number aaimher ¬
her of prominent society woman will willpreefde utidlireside 11 I Ipreelde
reside p at the table tables at Jfeted fry 8 a a Rm Rmr Rittner m mber
ber h er r of the seasons on derataatee derataateeMrs lIVtat88 lIVtat88Mrs
j Mrs Taft te t Attend AttendBenefit AttllldBenefit Attend +
Benefit far Boys H Same HemaXl1I aa aaMrs >
Mrs Taft has taken a box x far the theof
tMatrle t a to be gives tw tae benefit 1teDeAtor
of the Working Boy BoYW Home tot the ball ballroom aIlroom bailroom
room of the New Willard Tuesday even COlac
ing la g April AprilProsram M
Programs will be sold Id at the doer doorand doernd
and a nd candles daring intermission by a aUlftber a aumber
n number of tb the seasons debntaatesThe debutantes debutantesThe wn wnThe
The patronesses of the occasion i Ja Jaelude inude
chide el ude Mrs air ra Lan Anderson Arid Mrs Richard BJebnlToWJWeDd
ri Towasend T Mrs X Morris Murray Mrs MraHuir Mt r
fj Hun Mrs Roland Cotton Smith Mrs XrsRobert
Robert Hinckley Mrs John Hays Ham Hmmoad
mood Mrs Blount Mrs Merrlam Mrs MrsTboInaa MrsThomas
Thomas Nelson Pace Mrs Welts wet and adIra andKira
Mrs MHeheiL XhcbeIIThe ailteheilThe
The program will include a play byames by brJames byJune
James J ames F J Archibald The T Outpost Outposta Oatpoetcomedy
a comedy by KIM EUaabeth E > t Hammond Hammondand HIIIOftIaDd Hammondand
and dancing by Miss Liad of New York YerkeMiM Yorkien
Hies M ien France Theta TbergGoing T ThetaGoing era eraGem
i Going Gem to Plu Philadelphia a axtu
Miss Frances Thorn will 111 leave Wash Washington W
i tastes r rhe tomorrow tor PhiJadaephta where wtteresbe were
a she he will spend a few days Upon her Mereturn
r return she will be acoompaaiel by Miss XINHotItIa It ItHopkir
Hopkins also a debutante of this IIIWbo sea season
son who will be her bask f for a Slay Mortvi8tt SlayMatt t
Matt vi8ttx M att
Mrs x Tea Kyck Weaaatt W left Washing Washington ¬
t ton on this morning for a brief risk to N NYork w wTortc
1 York TortcSenator
YorkSeDaor +
Senator and Mrs Burrows will be bemembers beMelnben
members of the party > which will leave 1e leave9nadyr ve
Washington w Sunday for I Charleston a aiestoe S
C to attend the presentation prUT1 of a < the theliver thealhtn t
liver s service given by the State Stateouth of
I South S outh Carothm to the now bstttoshtp bstttoshtpof t L p
of the theMrs sum acme I
d +
Mrs XrLArthur Arthur Burden of Men York Yorkwho Y Ywho
J who ho has been the neat of the Muss
Cameron for se ecaT days has hasto returned returnedto
to her herThe home
4 4The + 1 1The
The Military Attache of the Freaeh Pr Prmbay etxh
Embassy E and Countess d de Chambrun Chambrunwill > uh
will W ill go to Ptttsburr today to vftrit the
brotherinlaw and sister of ofrnnntess the thecountess theCOUDteu
countess Mr and Mrs Backaer Watt
bMrford bMrfordWill lDcfordWiU lnsfordWill
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Will Give Tea TeaFor TNFer
For Vacation Hems HosaeThe HThe
The patroness pa no for the tea to toirivea be begiven bedven
given for the benefit of the theborne vacation vacationhome OBto
home to for the Tonne Womans WomansAssochtion Christian ChrIIIUaatwoettIon
Association on Monday 1II0IIda April pdI 11 U > l from treatto 4 4to 4to
to I oclock at La Normandte annex
1406 1 I street Include Mrs yes Thropa Mrs MrsMacFarland WrsMacFarland MrsMaeFarlsnd res
MacFarland Mrs RaOcliffe Ra diffe Mrs Mat Matthew Xatthew
thew T Scott Mrs J X Langnam LangbaarMrs lADsbaaIXra
Mrs H J Hurt Mrs David J Foster Fosteri Footersire
Mrs sire JL Henry Hen T Raraey RalaeyH Mrs John R RMcLean R RKcLeua
McLean M Mrs 1 wnUam Wflliauntaahilton Hamilton ton Bayly
Mrs K Charles Wood and Miss GrandloMos Grandta GnadtaIra
Mrs Bally KIM Florence Fi Brown Brownre w own
Mrs M re r Ralney RaiD y Miss Susanne Edsoo and a aMica rd
Miss M1aaBarndoHar Barndollar will receive t ln the guests guestsand gueeand
and the tea table will be presided amtser over overby o or er
by Mr bam who win be a assisted tatedby
by b y Miss fykrs Spiers aDd KIM Misswill Clara ScboWld SchofieldPlans I
Plans PI for the he house will be exhibited
by Miss X Buckingham Bncktughouse Bncktughouseloam loam a and Miss Sayre Sayreand Sayreand Sayreand
and the contributions will be hi charge chargeof i iof
of Miss X Anna A AAtt9lHY Hall Sallttorney + j jAtteraey
Atteraey A General GeneralAnd GeaeralAIW1 Generalnd
AA
And A nd Mrs Wkkeraaam ut Entertain EatertaiaThe
The Attorney General and Mrs Wick fVtekersham wtekersham Wickersbam
ersham < entertained at dinner test oven ovening 0YeIIIn oenlag
i lag the German Ambassador Aa and Oaun Oauntess 0IMmtea
t tea von Bernstorlt the Secretary of the theInterior theInterior
I Interior and Mrs Baltinger Senator < and andMrs andMrs an anMrs
Mrs Elkins Mr and Mrs Ten EyclcWeDdell Eyck
A Wendell Mr and Mrs James Harlan Harlan Harlanr
3 Mr r and Mrs fL James 1 Marion Johnston TobMtoJr
2 Mr and Mrs Frank Ellis KiM KiMWilliams ties Hay HayWilliams
l Williams Mrs Albert Akin Lee Me MeClung YoCllmK
C Clung aad John P Hill of Baltimore BaltimoreThe BalUmoreThe
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The Swedish Minister and Maws Lag Lagercrants LagercnuUs Lagrrrants
ercrants e entertained a party pert y yat Informally Informallyat y
f at dinner last evening e in the the legation on onSixteenth
Sixteenth street te compliment to toX toMisses the theMisses
3 Misses X Shear of New York who whosvcindiag are arespending 18g
g spending g a a ew days in Washington WaaidagtOBTho
+ i
Tho CbUean Minister and Mme Manewere Cruz Cruzwere Cntzwe
t were hosts at an Informal dinner party parttat parelast e
l last evening having among amOD their guests gueststhe guests
the Charge Changalms e dAffaires d of o Brazil l and DelMme
Mate de Lima SUva SttvaThe SUvaThe SilvaThe
The Military Attache of the French Frenchlmbarcy FrenchJldnbaft Fr FrEmbassy each eachChambrurt
Embassy and a Countess de dewere Chambrun Chambrunwere Chmbnanwere
were also among amon those ose entertainingties entertaining par part1e
ties informally at dinner last evening fv nl
The Yo Young ng Lady Across the Way
Bonds we explained ex explained 6Xplained ¬
plained to the theyoung tA8YOllng tkeyoung
young lady ladyacross ladytfCross ladyacross
across the wayare way wayare wayare
are certificates certifcatSofindebtedness certificatesof
of indebtedness ofindebtednessand indebtednessand
and she said sowfwell sai saiweU saidwell
well then she shsknew shzknew sheknew
knew her fath father father fatker ¬
er didnt oweanything owe oweanything oweanything
be because b
anything e 7 7cause ¬
cause sh shtJ over overheard oVEJr oVEJrheard overheard ¬
heard him say saythat sayt sayt
that t 1i I a t he had hodturned hfIt1turner hadturned
turned all his hisbonds hisbonds hisbonds
bonds aver tohis to tohis tohis
his bankers
Lieutenant de LemosTo Lemos LemosTo LemosTo
To Marry Miss
The wedding of Mtee Julia Veiazdaughter Vetoz Vetozdaughter Velozdaughtec
daughter of N Netoz GoftJeoe former formercharge enMreharse formercharge
charge daffaires of Venezuela at Wash Washington Washgion ¬
ington 1 le gion u n and Berlin to Lieut CarleN de deLwnos d8L deill
L Lwnos of the Brazilian navy w wlace wiM ill feak feakplace take taIceplace
place p lace tomorrow In St St Pauls Catholic CathottcChurch ctIIoIIcClaureb Catholichurch
Church c New York cfty cftyMkw oIQVeloz attyMies
cH Mkw Veloz will be attended a by Miss MissHannah M MHaIIh MMiannah
3 Hannah H annah l Mora Kitre re daughter of JMge JMgeBare JMgeEare JndgeBare
Bare of Norfolk Va VaMrs VaS a aMrs
Mrs S McGowaa wke wife of Rear Admiral AdmiralJohn MIDIraIJolut AdmiralJohn
John McGowan U S N eat entertainedmpany taJaetiCOIRpaD7 a acompany
company co at luncheon today tod at her rat r ¬
dense on Sixteenth street streetMme treetIme sweetMane
Mme Ime Denting James Tn ofrance of Dtaard Dha Dharance
France P rance has tae arrived arr hi > n Washtegtoa WMlala for fora forvl8lt i ia
a visit to her mother and stater Me MeF
W A F Ekengrec EkeagrenBenefit EkengrecBenefit EkeagrellBenefit
Benefit Tableaux TableauxAt
At Continental HaiL HaiLThe HaDUThe HailThe
The American Minster at the crt Cowrtof crtet
of Napoleon te the subject of the Ms MstoricRl wtorftAl hisries
toricRl to ries tableaux being arranged u by Mrs MrsRandall XrLRaMall MrsRandall
Randall Hoes and Mrs Greent3oodloe Green Gr CIT w
Goodloe Goo in the series to be presented presentedtomorrow 1JI presentedmorrow
tomorrow to morrow evening at Continental Hall Hallfor BaUlOrth4t
for lOrth4t the benefit of the Hone IH of Mercy
Sllery C Co StoweM Sto n on account of ofrelDlLlkable his hteremarkable hisemarkable
r remarkable likeness baa been selected MleetedLO
L 10 represent ent Napoleon Na akoe Mr Storselwas Stowell Stowellwas StowellOft 1
v was one Oft of the secretaries of the theconference peace peaceconference peacecont8leftCe
c conference at t The Hague Haguetee HagueMiN HagueMiss
MiN tee Henrietta Fitch on account accountbar of ofbar oCher
h bar French descent t te a fitting Empress EmpressJosephine Empressosephine
j Josephine Miss IN Fitch through thr throughother her hermother hermother
j mother m other descends from Maria F FNYUre gavarre Francois FrancoisNavarre
J Navarre N avarre by her marriage e with George GeorgeMcDougal OsergiadcDongaJ te
McDougal 3 The family of orNavarre orNavarretra JSavarre JSavarretraces Ida Idatraces pro
t traces tra back k in unbroken line to Antoine Antoinede Antoinede
d de Bourbon Duke de Yendome Vendomeof father fatherof
o of Henry IV of France In tf tfa tfach Ar Archange Arehage
change ch ange McDougal granddaughter granddaughterrancis of ofFrancise ofFraJadM ° t
Francise F rancis Navarre married Baraabe Baraabecampeau Banaabempeu Barns Barnsumyeau be
campeau < mpeu from which union Miss
1 Fitchs Fitch mother docccnds de efondTbe descendsTbs docccndsThe
The part of Robert Lhrincstoji Ltri tpton tptonwas who orboan3 whowas whowas
was American minister at Paris Pariswho and andwho aMwho
who Is represented in the tableau tableauresenting as aspresenting Stm
f presenting p tm Monroe the special envoy of ofthe oftM o oth t
the th e United Unit States to their th Imperialsties imperial maj ¬
j sties will > b fu taken by Henry P
Parker Pa Parker greatgreatgrandson 1IfeatKrt of Tim Timothy ¬
t othy Pickering P1ckHl of Massachusetts who whowas whowa winwas
i was quartermaster general in the Reno ¬
J lutionary l lState quartermanterSecretary army Secretary Secretarysenoral of War It of 01
State and Postmaster General under underWashington underWUb1qton underWashington
Washington Mr r Parker Is a great greatgreatgrandson t tndlIOft
greatgrandson ndlIOft of Robert Bogadas da8 o othe of ofthe orthe t
the Revolutionary army He is insgrandson a agrandson aIIaIaon
grandson of Foxall Foxa Parker Park Parkerof commodore commodoreof e
of the United States navy and a sof son sonof lIOnOf
of Commander Foxball A Parker TT S S
N who ho wan aR at one time superintendent superintendentof t
of tIN Naval a11L Academy at Annapolis AnnapolisGooremeur DIULpOJ1aOoUTer7I
Gooremeur OoUTer7I ur Hoes eon of Mrs Hoes Hoescame HoeNine Hoesame
came c from his studies at Princeton Prt oa to toappear toappear t n
appear In the th Me Ie of his distinguished distinguishedtgreatgrandfather dJ8ttDcutabedSftt diatinstt diatinstteatgreatRrandrtsther tahed
Sftt tgreatgrandfather t Ddiatber James Monroe Monroein
in the tin costume CIItu worn by his hi ancestor aace ancestorflo or on onthe OIltbe
flo the e occasion of his presentation presentationLadies II tattoa
Ladies ef f Court CoartTe Ce1lrtTe CourtTo
Te Be Represented RepreseatedThe
The ladies of the court will be ticsuited repre represented 1epreHated ¬
Hated by Mrs Barney Bante7latlter wiser frame amnJfather frameidea
father Judge WUtrnm Mme was blue isentifled IMIDtIfte4 bluetitled >
titled with the Lnutelssjs Pvrcbase PvrcbaseMtes r lll lllKIM °
KIM Marguerite te Barbow a disccnihiitt disccnihiittof aile i iof
of Capt Richard Townsend Tew who sat sacin t at attbe atthe
the t in council board of Virginia nearly MaIIyap W Wyears
years ago Miss Goaverneor GonvernoorMarie Mtes Mtester XJMade 8
Made Duyree a debutante of last viD viDter
ter Miss ja Beryl Kane a student t at atCathedral atCathe4ral a aCathedral x
Cathedral School and a greatgreat greatgreatgranddaughter PftLtpatpbter great greatgranddaughter fit
granddaughter of Robert Livingston LivingstonMtes LIvi1IptoDElisabeth Llr atdon
Miss Elisabeth KJbbey Miss Helen HelenDowninv HeleftDoWR n
Downinv DoWR a alh dt of the Do Dowalap Dowalapand >
and Sands who took pert In King Kinges PhD PhDUp
lh Up Hps s and the th colonial wars Mtes M Mcrisis Kath Kathertne JCatbto es ch
crisis to Brown granddaughter tc of former formerSenator formetSeetor for forSenator mer
mera
Senator Hears Gassaway Davis a agreMgraatgrandoanaiiter acreatgreat
greMgraatgrandoanaiiter creatgreat tllPater of Nicholas NicholasGassaway 2ldaola8Owa NicholsGassaway y
Gassaway who was a member of ofgrand the thegrand tbecraDd
grand committee governing soverat M Mto Maryland Marylandafter XaryIndto
to HI aDd of Nicholas Greeallerry Greeallerryalter reeshrc y yafter iho
after the deal cJetoo in MS of sir it itgitr55r Tjowel TjowelCopley UooeICopley
Copley first ftrstland iaI al alland IOnaer of Barn Karylan4
land became chief executive of ofclonr the thecolony I Ic
colony c > lony I
Among the courtiers eoa rs win nu JM H be EMery EMeryAllyn I IAJ1rn
Allyn a greatgrandson ofCaptate ofCaptateAllyn Gt Captaht wWc ptal n I
Allyn Al 11 lyn l yn who commanded the ship which whichbrousjht It
brousjht t Lafayette to America as a agull the Aeguest theruNt I
guest of the nation in 1 1 35 XariMto XariMtonegerode Karl xmI la
negerode l1e < ell a descendant ftt of King Carter Carterof
of Virginia and of Pocabont PoWilliam nof and andWilliam
William WIDIa Strong a descendant deaeendaatJohn of Gen GenJohn GenJohn I
John Armstrong A one one of Washingtonis Washingtonisaids 1Vaahiagtonaids
aids and a greatgreatgrandson greatgreatgrandeCaptain great eatcraDd WaahiDftODSI of ofCaptain olCaptalll
Captain Douglas who at We Wepens 0Wi ax
sown sownire
pens equipped equlp 8d a a company and carried earnedItthrough carriedrough exI
through 1t rough the a entire en erpanp erpanp1t war of Ute theIn revota revotaMr
ar reNIu1 reNIu1Mr
Mr In r and an Mrs Belmont BelmontElntertain BelmontEntertain el
anEntertain Entertain at Luncheon LuncheonMr uamont uamontch ch ri
Mr aad Mrs Perry Belmont eater eatertamed eatertAlaQ sateInland r
tamed a distinguished company at
eea today at their resMenee rIlMIiBt88W reeidemeeNew on onNew
New 8W Hampshire tre avenue avenuer avenueGen aW avenueGen I Ir
r r I
Gen aDd Mrs Henry G Sharp en entertained a
tertained a small sme party at iMnnor Is 1Ht 1HteventDt ki c ceveamg
evening eventDtT
M > Jt JtTbe
The T e President PresideatAnd Presi eat eatAnd
And Mrs Taft at Theater TheaterThe T1MsterThe TheaterThe
The President and Mrs Taft oecupJod ooctapie4the 00 M i ithe
the Presidential box at the New ew Na National N a ¬ i
tional Theater last evening They were wereaccompanied wereaooompeale4
accompanied by b Mrs Loafs More Mrs MrsEckstein of ofPkkStefn res
XrB1
Eckstein Eclc Miss Harriet Anderson Mtes MtesCatherine M1MCAthnlM Mb MbCatherine s
Catherine < Anderson said Cant Captbald Archi Archibald ¬
bald Butt ButtTIle oaaadCqKArdd11
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The Vice President l will return to
Washington Wa h today t from New N York Yorkwhere Yor Yorwhere k
where he spent tile last few days I
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Fourth Dance of Dinner DinnerCotillion DinnerCotillion DinnerCotillion
Cotillion to Be Given Givenat
at Chevy Chase ChaseNumerous ChaseNumerous
Numerous Dinners Will WilLBe WilLBeIncluded WillIncluded Be BeIncluded
Included la i I a iiyenmg Evenings EveningsPleasures o oPJeasures s sPleasures
Pleasures PleasuresTbe
The Chary ClIMe CloseCiabwm Ctab CIutJmeca wtt be > s taw tawOteaer
meca m flo ceowr c art bleb t ernitlst die die00CidI0a theoenanfoa
00CidI0a being u tin fourth deaoe fL tie 11MDIDDer tieDiener
Oteaer Cant CotflUon nn Club Captain Cmptahtlie CapaUasr armmhar
lie 11 te w Ja charge of rsngrmiiiu ai an 8 ta Xer theovnbg the theeveabsg dIeC dIetIM
eveabsg A number of dines wal mca pmceds mcace4e
ce4e tIM oance oanceMrs cJaaceXn BanosMrs
cJaacer
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Mrs Jual Juntas 1 sW W MacXarmy MacXarmyAOeaa Maciiurra r J
u tin a r Bement iI i V 1 n t of her da iar his histo
AOeaa to Capt James JamesSOB JIDMIIOI Paasas ltrari ltrariee
SOB s ee of the Coast ArtUle Artillery Corps TJ U cLA cLAy cLADanes LADuel
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Danes for Miss May MayGiven iy iyGiven
Given at CHatty Chtfc ChtfcCat CIeel ctttbCot
Cat and Mrs Henry Mar eate eatea rt > dmn dmna I III IIIa
a large party 4 of tile tileNt yotm youagar youagartbe mr dlrnded dlrndedSet <
Nt at a beautiful t ball lain ag atthe at attk
the Country Club for their theirdaubter young
daughter Miss Cecilia May Mayaad s 1 I Io
of o aprleg biorans adorned tile s sad Scarsand
and an orchestra played pIa throughout tile tkeev tile8VeIdac theyen
8VeIdac yen ev ntac for the dancersMrs dancers dancersMrs daacenra
Mrs May received the tJaeawu gneats hi a ate als
awu ls rndo rndone gown OWII of white wazeba redo sefMd l l1a
te chMToa and trinua trmsd 4 te zhmessaae zhmessaaered ItIuf
oraaesats f IIq WON a ar aflypper lrewia eat
red r satia satiaSupper
Supper upper was served e4 at > jaMsjtoht iidaisisemail r Jilt at atsmall atU a t
small ail U tables tab on the porches which wtdcItdecorated wore woredecorated woosdecorated
decorated with with1I spring springagfated bioriats tNit tNit1g5hted
agfated 1I t with Japanese J hurt hurtAmong lanterns lluatenAJn lanternsAmong
Among the guests were the Miames Mtes is Aa JA Aaderstio
dentin denHJDc nieces of Mrs Taft Cave Arehft Arehftcock
bId J utt trit Ptmuter r tnecai BJIeh I3ltcbcock i
cock Baroness Rosen daughter ta of the
Rnaetan ambassador amb < dor Coantess COIJIItMaBeraat v von vonBernstorff
Bernstorff 1thstorStdrfugbter l1r daughter clau ter of the German GenIIualua4or aav aavLassador sareylr
Lassador the Misses II Meyer Y eylr < daugassnr daugassnrof r PJ 11 11ot
of the Secretary of the Navy Miss M Xrta Mer Merrlaun r rriam
riam rta Miss Clover Miss iee Sophy Jolla Joaastor JollastorI t tstor
stor Mica Marion Wise tile Mtes 11 im asterParher Helen HelenParfcer BeaPariCer
Parfcer Mr and Mrs Ovey 47 Miss Ma Mathllde KthOde Mathllde
thllde Townsend T Miter K Martha PbOttae Phplf PbOttaeMiss > wa
Miss Mi Gladys Hincktey Hind Mtes Tvoaae TvoaaeTownsend TYOIIMToWDMln4 Tvesunelbwasad
Townsend Miss Heath Miss 1 1Mr TVfc dng asg
Mr Clarke Baron Ambroxy tbe cbava cbavadaffaires ewe ewedaffatres
daffaires of the Ottoman OUomaaRustem empire A ARust
Rust Bastes em Bey y Mr Horstmaan Mr Bab Babbard IMb IMbbard
bard Mr De Thal Mr Centaro Count CeoatBrusseHeSThanbeck eetBruneI
BrusseHeSThanbeck BruneI BrusxlleR 2aubeck aubech Baron Baront BaronYb Uye H Yb Count CountOslralry catrakT
Oslralry rakT Mr Obnorsky of the tbeembassy RaIIIIIID RaIIIIIIDmbu
embassy y Man Mitchell I Inneaa InneaaKoudacbeff l Pre PII8eeKoudacbe
Koudacbeff I + < Miss Robsoa Robsoad Vsooirat VsooiratdAlte
d dIte Alt Mtas EI Elkins Miss K WOUams WW WWMiseetl WWiamaMisses tbe tbeMisses
Misses Southerland Lieutenant LJeuteaaatLteutenaDt RowcA RowcALieutenant
Lieutenant Commander Palmer and aadLieutenant aIIdIMuteNuat andthe
Lieutenant Constete Coasts Del Deltttti the Mtasga MtasgaGitting
Gitting tttti Henry May r aaG Gtttteaa G Key
Daittgerftdd T Dr > r Sneafer John oIm PliaTsjn PliaTsjnHill PlaHill
Hill Mr Hotter and Mr WbkrMpe W ri e allof all alJof allof
of Baltimore BaltimoreMrs g 41 41xn
Mrs Russell Harrhna and Mtee he herises Har Harrteoa JiIacr180a
rises are entertaining eat far a few fewK dais aapsMtas daisMine
Mine Bates Ba and bile Hs ec af Demoseouer Psa sr srCol p
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Mr and Mrs Heary H Spencer Speacectertlda wat ea eatertata
tertata a party on their lilt ear finer ferI finera ar ara
a weekend trip to CaartotteaTine Fa Va Vales Vt
I leaving les Washington Friday FrtdIQTIle insnilna esarnla6The insnilnaThe
The party wfll toerade Mr aDd Mrs MrsArthur JIIArthur Mr MrArthur
Arthur Lee Mr aad Mrs InI BMiiisjB BMiiisjBi
I i Joraaa aDd Mr and Mm Robert JtoItertveIt Jssejsa JssejsaveH
vest They wffl vtait tile Uatveotty U 7 at
I V1rgIItra before retnratos < te Wasaaap WasaaapMrs W WI
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Luacheoo to t Mr Ja JaK ate KeHaggMrs
Mrs K AbacMider Br1ttOIIfer Brttton baa baarHatfoas iaamed ka
rHatfoas far a luncheon at Cbavy ClIMe Cbaacfew ClIMe164Oa
164Oa tomorrow Ia coinVhewt t t to Xn XnXeIJog
XeIJog 1fe ilo6g oC St Pas wine is III IIIf a
few f days m Washington R ash at the theWlDard 1MWJDanL
WlDard WlDardSharp WJDanLIra
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Sharp w will l leave leaverow lea ears W Wrow Washjbe 15 15row
row rowend far New YOdt Ie Ied IeXr e spend the weal
end
Mrs Hunt slat Slater win awe Wtoa W Wton
ton this evening toe Warreavm WarT Vs YLa Jar Jara illyboot
a abort stay 1ItaFKn
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few days ys to FUlstinis Fa FaMrs Fara
Mrs Demean Mcidna M Ei will eatertaja i aJllrtT aparty a aparty
party at luacbeon JunclMoItoi tomorrew tomorrewMrs tiaaar e eT eYrs
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Mrs 1 IL Aaerback AaerbackAt
At H Rome oe Wednesday wedeeelayaMrs Wednesdayapartment We ya yanr
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apartment will he at home der muW g A Apr Apron A AOft + prd
on Wednesdays WednesdaysThe W p pThe
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The Misses J Jean a and Grace NathaaeC NathaaeCPatenon fill fillPenoa idPaterson
Paterson JC J who were th tIM tIMOf gMsjta gMsjtaof
of the Jaee Mtes Sanf Sanger r on 17 street have haveretscmed eto
returned to their theirXns none none3Crs
Jilts Nathan NathanC Kaatmaa ass V VoC
oC C Providence R L rho > > o have havetegton MID MIDtM beane y
tM th e eSad pe ot t the former JIb JIbMrL
Sad MrL car JIL B BloseeachaL 01 WeK W Wrettanaed aa1Ingan
tegton returned rettanaedXJa to their home homeMiss
Miss Smma cent of Ptttttowrg te i the tbeMrs thepest
pest oL der her lIIBter Ira CIaftIIce CIaftIIceMr tlidsa
Mr of tIM T1IIMIe T1IIMIeKrL leme ap
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Mrs I Kaufman and Mrs ira G GL G Xnysr Xnysrof
L New Vomit city who 0 haft Mea the tIteeL theue
ue of Mr and Mrs lrsAIIIIJ lrsAIIIIJheimer Benjamin S SfM SfMsewer M Mtwmed
sewer b We t v Washington lane Ie Iet1UBe4 asturned
turned to their home homeMONEY homeMONEY lamNIONEYRETURNED e
MONEY NIONEYRETURNED NIONEYRETURNEDCLEANED RETURNED RETURNEDIN
INOa IN II CLEANED VEST VESTOwner VESTOwner
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Was Negtectcd lected leCtNeed or Em Employes Empioyes Eliil ¬
ployes l Honest HoeestDARBY HonestDtRBY est estDARBT
DARBY Pa A April rtt i cltc iAlter After perrally J Jcafly paIIId paIIIdcanT
canT giving up p i for lost X XWnwm xJL xJLW11IIoa H HWilson
Wilson recover recovered the ron roDJNPed whfc wli hehad be beWilson
had JNPed nsglecteQ tD resole reovepocket fron a apocket
pocket when be took k 10 10at be paosel paoselat
at a local taflorbrg op opWDaoa shopWilson
Wilson took the slit on 9atws 9ituriy tr a adfeeovered aMI aMIue4 andissevered
dissevered ue4 ala leas Sunday Who wIuIrtiei he heharried hehurried
harried to the allori taflortog taflortogfeeiae g estabilalmaeet estabilalmaeetIt eea T vt vtk
k wu dosed and the pcopde pr r at JIll JIlliR binhome
home m Phfiadctphia Pb I a Yesterday Yestorttorcaltefi y ycaUed k kcelled
celled at 1 1a the ghee said IeMMIi M MUN thenthe
UN suit It had Well sent law ue ueeeur city i ia
a scouring eeur place piaeeWitoon pIueWDtIoD placeWilson
Wilson was on hand when tine It shitwas s sthe ItretunM4
was returned this mxat ag and aDIIhis palling pallinghis
his band III the vest pocket pallid Mat Mat1M outthe
the H missing tes4ng roll He Hewhether Is umieddad umieddadwhether I J I IWAet
whether his h vest wai thoroughly deaa deaaK chned
ed 4 or whether everroody ody odyBIG te honest honestBIG bamssLBIG
BIG STRIKE THREATENED IriREATENEDJ
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strike in the buiMmg build trades t that tbtwer lips lipsper be betec
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1 the edam 0 the detaFatas HiPI 4praas T IIIL IIILtilt t tIagr
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