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Fair Fes and Warmer Tomorrow Tomorrow3STOCBEK TomorrowPT011LBER Today Todayand Toa daY y i he j a a hiu ton A me LAST LAS EDITION EDITIONlslJMBER DITI N
Statement tatement Taken to Mean MeanWashington MeanVashingto MeanWashington
Washington Will Get GetTournament GetTournament GetTournament
Tournament TournamentOFFICIAL TournamentOFFICIAL TournamentOFFICIAL
Formal Letter From Aero Club ClubPresident ClubPresident ClubPresident
President Elates Enthusiasts EnthusiastsIn
In District DistrictCottage DistrictPat1c Districtciuge
Cottage Park wM ntMiarbteddy tlRdt imisuimiitj be tile tbaaceae tile8e8It8 thescene
scene of the hlteraddv brteraatloaal el aviation a meet meetReact MeetJtXt meetnext
React October OctoberSack 0etMMrSeck ocbirrSack
Sack te the belief of the Cftcers of theWanhtagtos the theletter Utew
w Wanhtagtos Aero Credit 8 resek oC a a1etter aletter
letter received yesterday ye y ter y from Corthaadt CorthaadtFleM Cortlaa4ltFieII CortisadtFieii
FleM FieII Bhrhmj of the site committee tt of ofthe orthe Kthe
the Aero Crab of America who Mates Matesthat 3Qtestbt statesthat
that the coarse at Co Cottage Iege Park te wholly whollyGillebgiii wIIoIIysatJ whollysatI
satJ satI taccry Q him ant that tIItor a member memberof
or t beard oC 1OYenlOnl Lawrence L LGilleSpIe LGil
Gillebgiii Gil will confer with the local club clubofficers cIuhofftcenl chuboffcers
officers Saturday on financial 1hIDdaI1IIttenJ matters mattersWith mattersWith I
With the approval of the College CoI Park Parkcourse rkcoune Parkcourse
course by y 3r BNttop practically every everyobjection everyobleetieua ery eryob
objection ob ttoIa to the meet bang heM herehas here herehas herehall
has been removed Mr hop hereto heretofore herettore heretofore ¬
fore objected to the CoMeae Park eourae eoarueebecause eouraenecessitate
because of tMshaIp the sharp turns that would wouldUte wouldnecessitate
necessitate the racers slewing down downbeaee doWlieece downhence
hence eece aotn dehg away with alt iiosiihllKy J Ill Ilk of ofmaking oftnaldug t tJDaldlQ
making records recordsBiakap reconkB recordsBiaep
Biakap B Approves ApprovesB
B But jt when ow the committee of the iootland lootd lootdthe JooILlIMi
and BaItI8IOre duM agreed te square squarethe i
the turns Bishop wrote that he appr3vedaC ap approved ¬
pr3vedaC proved f the local course courseIn CCMII1IoIa courseIn lapI
In his 11 letter Mr fir Btahop states that thatthere thatthere
there wM be ten aviators ef note at the themeet themeet
meet Three wI will l represent repr t8eIIt the United UtdtedMates I
States a Hke a number win be from
Prance and three win carry the colors colorsof I
of Great Brttara There will be one oneaviator oneavIa I
aviator avIa or from Italy ItalyTb ItalyFiaaciag
Fiaaciag FhI AsRrei AsRreilIM AaalrMThe 1
Tb The only IT oaeetioa to be settled now Is IsThte Isthat i ithat
that eC apperdaisg the MiK MiKTIIIB taoaeys taoaeysThis
Thte suestioa will be determiaed at the theTncntmfc theJDee themeettg
Tncntmfc Saturday when the local oC officiate oCticIaJ oCScial ¬
ficiate writ confer with Mr XrTiMN Ollteep4eThere OfDeapfe OfDeapfeThere
There to no sh > a gne qtiotittou 4ttion among the localand local localand JecalaDIl
and Battimore enthusiasts about the
finances 11 of the meet fur the tileI amount amountbelieve arsoaatwm
= wm I retWt rndlly y nuheci1b od It It0ttI Jn Jnothers
believe believeOthers
Others In the field are the etate at atand at9loafs
Be 9loafs bi and Ta I > s Angeles A The Theat sites sitesat sit sitSt es esthese
at these places will he If by
dlepte from Ute Aero CI hi New XewiYork NewYork NewFork
York but It is asserted that the meet meetwill
r will he awarded the WasningtoaBatti WasningtoaBattimore Wa toaDutti toaDuttimore
more chine chinein clu cluThe clubsThe
The races will be held lnstoBJledU1 tM 1a w win we wein
in October Aa the Codece C e Park course
has been approved and there is no noquestion nef1 noqueatlou
question f1 aboj a th the finances fb the fact factthat tactthat factthat
that the weather here te much more
favorable than at the t other places seek seetlnh seekin eekjn
in lnh the meet causes local enthusiast enthusiastto
to believe that the races will he on the
College Park course COUl1teURGES courseURGES j
Representative Repl esetative Miller Points Out OutBeaetts OutBe OutBene
Beaetts Be Bene Wasil WashiagtoH R WouJd WouJdDerive WouJdDerive WouldDerive
Derive From Bill BillRepresentattve BitLR BillRepreseniattre
Representattve R adYe Miller of Mkmossa Minn Quota ap apmiUee apred appeared
peared red MICe the House l DhJ4rict lrIct COIII COIIIm committee
miUee m Ittee today y ra 13 behalf of his MM pro provMiac provtdblc providtug
vMiac far an Inheritance tax in the Dte Dtetrkt Jtrkt District
trkt trktTh trictT
Th lIe T e measure provides for a tax of two twoand tWiDand twoand
and onehalf c per cent eentoa on legacies of offrom offroM offrom
from JMi to t X3sBax a S M4 lid for a tax of five fiveRepresentative ftvet livecent
cent t 011 legacies s of more than M MtallYe 35fReprdentative
Representative tallYe Milter pointed out that thatthe tb8tthe thatthe
the District would be the sole beaelIrlary beae beaefiriary beDefirlary
firiary of the revenue rfVen derived from fromtaxrs tmtax fromtaxes
taxes tax under the bill The District Com Commissioner CoIIImislllolMn Coml ¬
l missioner ht their report on the bill bttisaid WHsaIcI billsaid
said the condition of the finances of the theDtetrlet theDlattiet
Dtetrlet at this time ttm rendered the enact enactment enaetment onsetmeat ¬
ment of such a law unnecessary unnecessaryOFFICIAL un unOFFICIAL unnecessaryOFFICIAL
SCRANTON Pa P April 14 HJaaMS HJaaMSIt James JamesVan
Van 1 It Hiss New ew Jerseys J A professional professionalhangman profMBloDal1IDgIIIaa professionalogidated
hangman officiated today at the exe execution executtoa execution ¬
cution of Shandorae Penes who was waehanged wa washanged
hanged hi the county t Jan for f r the mar marder murder ar artier ¬
der of Mrs Lease Horvath fat Thoop Thoopon j
In 1 the extreme West sad from the theMissfcvslapi theMiakolppt I Ixpt
Missfcvslapi valley 1Iey eastward the weatherwas weather weatherwas
was fair except in the South Atlantic AtlaatiCstates AtlanticStates AIaUcStat
States Stat where showers Continued coutmuecLTemperatures ContinuedTemperatures uecL uecLT
Temperatures T bye b va fallen t cwMt cwMtIn m wmc wmcin
in the South Atlantic States and have havegenerally bayeg havegenerally
generally g 1y risen elsewhere In the At Atlantic AtJffDtIc Ft Ftlsntie ¬
lantic States Stat the weather will be 1teeraiIy gen generally generally ¬
erally fair Thursday and Friday with withmoderate WItlow withmoderate
moderate low temperatures tempert that will tel foiIjpw feIJ tellow
low J w eastward hi tn a rear of the western westernaturbance weteratvrbaace reentersturhanee i
aturbance aturbanceOKBCAST turhaneeORBCAST tvrbaaceiOaBCAST
Fair air warner tonbjhC Friday JP IawaIIMI partlyelondy partly partlycloudy
cloudy and warmer Hgat southerly sathslywinds southerlywtavia IIty
winds wtaviaS
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Swatters Swatters Are Off OffSeasons Seasons Strife At Ballyard BallyardlJJhered BallyardlJJheredIn LheredIn Uphered UpheredIn
In By NationalsAthletics Contest ContestUKidEl ContestUKidElI ContestUKidElberfeld Kid El Eiberfeld Elberfeld I
berfeld Only New N v Exhibit ExhibitBy i iBy
Welcome to ear Vr league BIll alt over overascdnl overaseslati er era
ascdnl aseslatiWhat ascdnlTVhat a
What BM B you hNtuke m ulre Big Bill Tatt Taftof Tatte Tattof <
of e oesrse oeurse oMn e the t e worlds w rkrs champion c rooter rootera rooterand
and a 4 coasvBier of poaauts extraordinary extraordinaryalthough extraenItIMlryaJuoJgh estraordtnaryalthough
although this Is a bad day for extras extrasThese extraaTItes extrasThese
These thoughts are inspired by y the re report re re9rt report ¬
port from the White House this after afterBoon atterIt afteraeon
Boon It that President Pr sldent Taft the greatest greatestbaseball greatestb greatestbaseball
baseball b enthusiast enth iast who has ever V r bad hodthe badthe hadthe
the right to smoke in the parlor at the theWhite theWhite
White 1 House announced that he would wouldbe WCNIdbe wouldbe
be among those present at the feetlvitk feetlvitkbetween feetlvttiesbetween ettTttiebetween
between Washington and sld the Athletics Athleticsat
at 345 this afternoon to open the American Amer American AmerIcan ¬
ican League Le S1Je season s in the Capital CapttaLFurthermore CapitalFurthermore CapitalFurtn
Furtn Furthermore rmore it was as announced that thatMr thatYr thatMr
Mr Tat would threw out the first firstball antul1 firstball
ball which puts him right up in the thefront thefrODt thefront
front rack rcoo k of leading citixens This Tb is isusually IslSUaUy Isusually
usually reserved for an expresfdent expresfdentof
of the ball 11 club a Commissioner CoMwals l0It8l or orone orORe orone
one of the leading Fourth of July JulyI JulyDemocrats JulyDemocrats
I Democrats In whatever city the open opening ope opelag openfag ¬
lag may take place Iace but t the Republic Republicans ¬
ass have ceme into their ewn a and 4 the theRepebifcaH theRapubUeaB theRapubifeaa
RepebifcaH standard bearer 1te rer was wasscheduled w wsc1Mclute4i wagscheduled
scheduled to be the medium of theulllpire theumpire the theumpire
umpire receiving in this sky the base baseball 1Nuieball baseball ¬
ball first In IJ play fer what promises to tobe to1re tobe
be the most JItO t successful ful major league leagueseason 1egueS8tUIdn leagueaeaadn
season hi the history of the game gameInterest gaDMInterest gameInterest
Interest Net Fereed FereedNe FercedNo FersedNo
No one will begrudge Mr Taft his hisnew 11 11DeW hisnew
new honors and seriously speaking speakingthe
the incident Is of considerable im haiwrtance importance Ital6rtaece ¬
portance for a > t gives the highest of offtaial otA ofL
L A ftaial lal a1 stamp the he game has ever re received received recelved ¬
ceived Not even when hea Uncle Joe JoeCannon JoeCeJlIMHl J JCannon
Cannon found it necessary Beoe to toIDck send aNock a ai
i Nock ek of f deputy sergea sergeaatsatans tsatanns to tothe totM tothe
the ball park with wit automobiles to ar arreet 31net arrest
net enough ipambwr Jl IR of the H House e to tocreate tocreate tocreate
create a quorum was the sport sp4 more morehonored BIOre1HMI0Ied morehonored
honored honoredThe 1HMI0IedThe honoredThe
The Presidents Pre interest in the same samebetween puDe1Jetween gamebetween
between the Athletics and Washington Washingtonthis W Wthis
this afternoon is not forced He was wasa
a baseball enthusiast at Yale and has hasi hasDeefsJon hasCHAMBERS
Damon D GIsi n As 10 to CentralBsdgr CentralBsdgrConsidered C Cantrat flitrafB Bo BoConsidered GT GTConsideretl
Considered Resultof ResultofJockeying Result of ofjockeying f fIJ
IJ Jockeying Jockeyingmany jockeyingDiNadefacdsn oc k eYIng
DiNadefacdsn J tiehdlelt Is expressed sloe y 1 YMII7 bymany
many m unmhers smears ers of the Chamber of Com Commerce eoJIMIOe Cootmemo ¬
memo over the action of fee chamber Bhamburm aIt aItlit
m withdrawing wltll wmg from the movement 8RIeIItfiM 8RIeIItfiMa for fer1a fora
a central eitteene s association aee The Thestatement TIletelMRt Thegtatment
statement telMRt is made freely fr Y and te 1s1 Isborneout borne borneeut
eat by evidence which Is at least strong strongly stItMt ¬
ly drettmstanttel eIreII l that beneath th the surface sur surface MIl MIlface ¬
face of the tit meeting of Tuesday even eventag evenhug 811 811tlaere
tag there wore at work special Inter hitrests twtleet Interests ¬
ests which brought bt t about t the with withdrawal Ifctrwal withdrawat ¬
drawal because beca they believed the pro proposed PN30CIety proposed ¬
posed society might operate e t w Otefr Otefrdisadvantage IItekdha tbdrdisadvantage
disadvantage disadvantageThese dha disadvantageThese Yiltfe YiltfeTtMNe
These interests ts are believed 1 to be the theliquor UtcJlqur theliquor
liquor dealers and some of the tile8erYice public puottcservice publicservice
service companies companiesAmong COlllpaRiesAJR companiesAmong
Among AJR Dg those who think they have havedfecerned Ryet havediscerned
discerned jockeying j m Tuesdays meetiag meet meetbig JIM8tin
big a feeling of resentment has de developed deTeloped developed ¬
veloped It Is declared in emphatic emphaticlanguage enephatlcJa emphaticlanguage
Ja language today by y ma I8D many y members Jft eIs that thatthese thatthese thatthese
these special interests Inter have transgress transgressed ¬
ed the bounds of propriety and that the thechamber thechamber
chamber should not permit itself to be beused DeUM beused
used by any interests for the promotion promotionof
of their own particular desires desiresSuspicions de desiresSuspicions lreSu5picions I
Suspicions Aroused ArousedTwo ArousedTwo
Two features of Tuesdays TUe ds meeting mee g are areeapecfeMy aree areespecially I
especially striking and have V aroused arousedthe arousedthe
the suspicions of the protesting tlag mem members members members ¬ I
bers The first Is that some of those thosewao tJtoeeWH tboeewho
who opposed the proposal propo l that the theChamber theChamber
Chamber go into the central association associationhave eocittouDaTe associationhave
have in the recent past been closely closelyaffiliated do eIyamllated closelyaffiliated
affiliated with the interests mentioned mentionedand meJtioDedIUHI
and have represented repcese ted them in manyways many manyways lIMUIyways
ways on numerous occasions in working workingout
out their private and public policies policiesThe pOUdesThe policiesThe
The second te the fact that within a aa 8w aweek
week w r tell days prior to t meeting meetlAgdecided meetinga
a decided change cha e IH sentiment concerning concern CORCenItng
ing the central association was meal JIHUIffe mealfooted manifested ¬
ted fe by men prominent pron Aeot and < influential influentialin ia 8enttaJtR
in the affairs of the ChamberThere Chamber ChamberThere CliamberIbere
There te no question that the central centralassociation centralaaodRUoIt centralassociation
association idea was generally favored favoredContinued favoredContinued TOred TOredCOIIUllue
Continued on Page Seventeen
Another One of Major Sylvesters Finest Sergeant J JA JA JA
A Williams Emulates Example Set By James James11ulveyTo A AMulvey AMulveyTo
° Mulvey 11ulveyTo To Wed Miss M M Kidwell i
Another of Major Sylvester teas teas4hIty flaest flaeston aest aestn
on n duty uy at the White House he ha fallen fallenvfettau faDeavtetiIa fallenvieda
vfettau to the d d u s of Cupid CupidLast CupkLItIt ChidLast
Last week James A Mulvey a private privateannounced Khrate1IRUC privateannounced
announced 1IRUC that he had wooed and woa woathe woathe wonthe
the hand of Martha Peterson o the pretty prettySwede prettySwede prettySwede
Swede cook at the executive execvdTelid mansion mansionand mansionand
and today t Sergeant J A A Wl WlI Williams iame btush bkushlagty btushin
in I lagty ly a Admttted mftted that hete he Is to be married marriedwttata marriedwilla marriedwkbhn
wttata willa the next > month or so Sergeant SergeantWfKlams S SergeantWhining t tW1IIIas
Whining when speaking of ottlte the matter mattersaid mattersaid
said today that he wouldnt t be surprised surprisedK surprised surprisedIf a boed boedIt
K the tJt beavttf grounds to their msptr msptrh baapIrIRg bspir1sg
h IRg 5 aad spring Gr array WBt have something somethingwith somethingto etkmg etkmgbe
be do with the double wave cf cfSergetUat romance romanceSergeaat romanceSergeant
Sergeant WII IvUffaras ams is known te be a pfcti pfctiecapher pIIIa phirosapiier
ecapher ae well as a good gc tNi oCacor and his his3OOIIt18 hiswords
w words < ord seam 3OOIIt18 te oaxry Ut great w ght ht How However Howeyer However ¬
ever there is ao fndlutfiua e a a > of
remained so In I Asmust 10SS 1O when he hewas hewas
was running for President and wa was rest restingr re8t1 re8t1tAg restlag
tAg at the Hot Srpmga of Virginia he looplayed heplayed Itoplayed
played second babe te a special and muck xnnohdtecuDOod ml1CkbetW8 muckdiscussed
discussed match between R the statesmen statesmenand stateswsaand 6B 6Blid
and the newspaper man He wen W there therewith tltocewith therewith
with the goods too but incurred great greatgrief greatgrief t t3rtet
grief when his wonderful wallop that thatshould thatsJtould thatshould
should have cleaned up the bases b was waskilled waskDIed waskilled
killed by his watchful son Charley Charleywho Charleywllo Charleywho
who was playing short atop for the thewriters thewrtter thewriters
writers writersPresident wrtterPrMldent writersPresident
President Taft won the eathustastte eathustastteadmiration enthuslastleadmiration stJcacIm1rttoa
admiration of a host of tans whenbe when whenhe hen henhe
he visited the ball park here hut sum summer summer susnmer ¬
mer even If WaiJngten Wast ington lest the came cameHe 8meH gameHe
He H occupied a bar next rt to Vice Prod President Preel4ent Proddent ¬
dent Sherman tie 1 e a hair of peanuts peanutsand peetilIMI peanutsand
and positively eVeMaod to leav Je leave thegrounds the thegrounds I Iuatll
grounds until the set man was oat oati outStays j jStays
i Stays to Bitter End BadWashington
Washington 11 was almost hopstesety hopstesetybehind lMtpeI bopsosehbebiad 88Iy 88Iyhbbld I
I behind and th uw Secret Service men menthought JDefttbeaPt menthought
thought that wooed be a good excuse excuseto e
I to get him away before e the rasa T but 1IutI butthe ut utthe
the President would have v none of sue stink sll4l1Ie stinkHa I j
I He bad seen battm basting rallies before lltetereJlke and andlike
like a true fan he hoped at Ln Unst t hope hopeto hop hopto I Ito
to see another anotherMr anotherBur
Mr Taft was recently presented presentedwith prese presentedwith te4 te4with 1
with a handsome special pass to all allAmerican IIAJDedcaa allAmerican
American League parks by y President PresidentTom Pre PresidentTom k1tTo
Tom Koyea No of the WtehlRgton Wll8 lagoll club clubacting ehdtacthag clubi clubiacting
acting for President Pre Ban Johnson and andall andan II
all the clubs c1u in the league It enti entitles eIItities eatltles ¬
tles him aI to admissionfor admission 0 fur or himself hlmeetrAlly and andany andany
any number he may 7 care ue to take withhim with withhim vtuJd
him Jd
TIle b box x at the left fit the pre boa boaon
011 tae root of th the grandstand JMI war waabuilt WUIDaIIt warbuilt
built especially I II 1 I 1W fit M the President of ofthe ottile ofthe
the United States wt Mr Taft Tattla sat satin satla
la a box with the rm raiik tk and Ale of root rooters rooten rooters ¬
ers when be was at the park before beforeThe IteleTJte beforeThe
The DeUt n aret appro approrch the special box boxhas BoxhIuJ boxhas
has come to fulfilling Its mission IoR was waswhen j jwhen t twlMll
when it was used u ed by Mr Lioeb then thensecretary daeaecretaI7 thensecretary
secretary to President p RoseveH RoseveHLECTIO Ro RoeereltELECTION
STIRS THE 0 Jl A ROaei ROpt R ROne
< One Notice N tke Names Nam s Arling Arlington AiliQgton ¬
ton Another A 1o IOf Myf Re NegWilIard NegWilIardAs Wlllard WlllardAs WillardAs
As the Polling Po ing Place Placei
Win tae election for Slate and vies YieeSlate viesstate vie vieState
State regent r for the District af Cotom Celotailia Celutnbla Cotomuea
ilia Daughters fIC tile Aeadee K Ku Reveir Reveirlin
uea take place next Monday evening eveatasat eW eWat
at the ArntMrton or at the 1 Raw ew W WlBard WlBardHotet WH4t4 rd rdHotel
Hotel HotetThat HotelThat
That Is what a number of reacted r = TOt voters TOters vatera ¬
ers among the daughter Ao AotelWN are asking askingthuneelrts asicInstheredvee
thuneelrts and each eta eti stria today todayI
I will see you at the election at the theArHneton uArIIIt theArinngtoa
ArHneton Monday eventee ew said one onedaughter 0Iteer onedaughter
daughter er to ta + another yesterday morning morningas JBODfflKtbey moratn moratnas
as they parted after a chat on the street streetcar streetear streetcar
car carKo
Ko It tent t going o ee at the Ailing Arttagfcon ArIbIgt Ailingten
t ten was the ropy r J The Bard I got gotaaid setw getsold
sold come to the X + w wnard WINardWhen wnardWhen WJIIanIWhea
When those two daughters reached reachedtheir redMtheir reechedtheir
their homes they Became busy at the thetelephone UtetelSJlIUBe thetelephone
telephone making Inquiries S as to how eo ft ftcame IteJDe kcome
came about that one had received receivedotftclal aa aaof asofldal
otftclal of ftdal eard of notMcatton notl lcatlon t to the effect effectthat eJtclthat erectthat
that the election would Id take place at atthe tUM atthe
the Arlington while the other ot er was oflcieltr of officially oCftclaII ¬
ficially ftclaII informed that It would be held heldat heWat heldat
at the Wlllard WlllardThen VlUanIThen WillardThen
Then It developed that mroe than two twovoters twvolens twovoters
voters had been differently informed as asto asto
to the time and place of meeting meetingTherefore m meetingTherefore edagTlterelore
Therefore suspicion and distrust dl are arebusy arebusy arebusy
busy again m the ranks of the Daugh Daughters Dauehter Daughters ¬
ters The antiadmtnistrattOHists aatiIiKIIlltDl tra ntsts are aredetermined areetermtDed aredetermined
determined to reelect r elect Mrs y George GeorgeSmall GeO GeOSmaIlWOOOl GeorgeSmaltwood
SmaIlWOOOl Small wood and Mrs Matfngly Xatt lY for re reis re reaeet relent
lent aM vice regent for they ay It ItB Itk
is aa unwritten law these oficera of Scars are areentitled areent1tJe4 areentitled
entitled to a second termof term of office officeOn otftceOR officeOn
On the other band the regulars or orsupporters orsupporters
supporters lRIPP rten of President General Scott Scottwill Scettwin Scottwill
will put up the name of Mrs Charles CharlesW
W Brown for regent and of Mrs Wood1Mary Woodbury Wood Woodbury
bury Putotfer PuI8If for f r vice regent and will willmake willmke wiltmake
make every effort to elect them
But If some IO of the Daughters go to
the Arlington Monday y evening and andothers andothers
others to the New Wlllard whose caa
ddate d date will be elected they ask as asEach
Each side sl e is watching watchln the other de ¬
termined that if the election is to be
held at both places each of them is isgoing IIgoing Isgoing
going to have a majority at both ho ¬
tels How they dont just know
the benedict bated ct patrolmen askmg a81 to be betransferred Detnuast bettunsferred
transferred tnuast to less inspiring beats
Sergeant WlHiame is to wed llleMaud Mir MirMaud
Maud M Kid Kidwell well a fair daughter of f
Virginia who bas been employed at the
Bureau of Engraving and Printing for
the past seven years Miss KIdwell te tep I
twentYlevea years ot age and her pros J t08
p pectlve etHe b bridegroom s says ys he is just as
young SS as be WAS when he entered the
Police r Department > partment eighteen years 1S ago t
Mr Williams has ben 1 a widower for
several year and ha j a number of chfl j
area drea two of whom are grown
The date for the wadding has h not been be n
set It te to remain inde Indefinite nlte until the
elate of the Preshleats 81 18 vacation vacattoaPrivate has
DeeR determined dtenRIBecLprnte determinedate i
Private ate Mlrey had Mss Peterson are
busily eaum engaged d uaMag preparadenB Jte for
th thfir ir marriage marria Mr itilul SluWejr said today tc I i ithat
that the cremot Tfmot1y < remo y will prrr JI hty bo be per r
one dame the laUer fatterrt t Tcne t
Opponents OpponentsMEANSPROHIBITION Declare 1 1000 1000Foot 1000Foot 000 000Foot
Foot Dry Zone Would WouldClose WouldClose WouldClose
Close Saloons SaloonsCHURCH SaloonsCHURCH SaloonsCHURCH
Large Attendance At the Commit Committee Committee Committee ¬
tee Hearing on Senator Gal Galliagers GalliRgers Gallingers
lingers Liquor Law LawWhether Law1HteCIIer LawWhether
Whether the k > e Os1Il GaJMasjar gss sxctee WU wilt wiltor wiltor
or Will not drt rive a erury earn seJoon sai eut out of ofWaeMsjffton ofvnrtllrito ofWasiMiglten
WaeMsjffton was the real 1 iesua in thebearing the thehaarhKt th thNt
bearing before Nt the Senate IMstrtet DMtr > et Com Comanttee Comndttee
anttee toe thin meralas The sawoH force fcrceerfsiid forcedecared
erfsiid ta mmiintfy iiaat alarm ahxrmthat alarmtMt nirmthat
that firs was the real object of tht thtTae themeasure
measure measureThe e
Tae frttnat t of the bill 1 on th t to other otheihaed othf1baGd otherhand
hand baGd claimed that It was miended ded to tore t toesgdate l le
esgdate re utet e crud not areMMt blbit tae ligaotNude liquor liquortrad ItqUOItnuh
Nude tnuh NudeThe tradThe
The 1 Maws cIaMat about ebo it which thin thtebanes tIdIIIIaap bee beehaag
banes arohlMts the locatkm Joea of a bar barroom MIntOIII barroom
room within 1M 1 feet of May publicschools public publicec UccInm
schools church playgtrrad or parkThis park parkn NUkThb
This Ute liq et men deft r red with great greatIt greatemQbnBS
emQbnBS n ohas It > would elbntaate the saloon saloonfrom saloontrvm saloonfrom
from Washington WashfaurtonThey W WThey
They said that if there should be a aspot
POt further removed than Ufsf IIi feet tron trona frt > ll
a school church nark or playground playgroundthe aygrou groond nd ndthe
the amlsuJeen people could t haaMdiately ertedtateI ertedtateIlocate tateli
locate joch an institution ID8tIt within the theloons theLiretent
Jtllrot lIMIt deruy t fordg Ute S8 aslocus
loons out
Te T Protect PR t et H Homes Homes11t aee aeethe
11t eIt church people and odNn In favor favorof
IIIC the bill aamttted that K was designed designedto ed edto
to drtve the saloon out of the u ftIIIkIenlat reIdentaIdistrict maiden ta tadhPtrtet
district but said that it would not so sooperate s soperate Hithe
operate S lot feebusiness the eutnees section of the thectty t thecity feo feodIy
dIy They denied vigorously 0017 the charge chargethat cliargtJaat chargethat
that the measure contained a Joker Jokerarias jokerIDr jokersaw
saw arias that ta the committee was competent compe competent eomPfteat ¬
tent 10 d c1ee delerndho > erma that factIn fact factIn tad1ft
In the face Of this issue the other otherregulations oth otherregulations f I IrecuJa
regulations recuJa ODS proposed such as the pro ¬
hibition of free lunches screens bung > ¬
lug furniture powJen glow lei upstairs dir dirroms
t ing roms I04IIIUI and others were eempara oeaapruely osmparay
Uvely y Insignificant IaIQaiboatThree InsignificantThree I IThree
Three hundred people packed ed the Sen Senate Senate Sena ¬
ate a committee iue room They fined the thentelm themedt
ntelm Jammed medt medtthe the doorways d and col collectoA clIectct4 c31oetsle c31oetsleroom
lectoA m great t aumbers outswe IeIOOID the theroom
room Probably y a hi thtatf of thee theett pres present ¬
eat tt were HWIies ladies Two sad a half boon boonwere hourswere j
were devoted to the argument Um eot t t1Ir sad aadstrong sadsrMi
strong eases wetjp we ms > do by both tIaSw skierS skier sWernSweefsac
Sweefsac Sw S wi Refecau Ref rya Urge Urge8weeptng UIpi UIpinf UrgedPweept
Pweept 8weeptng g ref refovn ornar were urged by the theaattsaloon theaauloon itsandsaloon
aattsaloon forces f and they IeJdaat a nhailttert nhailttertthat t cued cuedthat
that da the e present bill was w a measure in inthe Inthe
the right direction directionthe directionOn IAI
0 u other baud the ppaeat oeu of ofthe
the bU declared that there was no o oasfoe oe oecastoe 00 00for Ii Iithe
castoe for reform reformT rKoimThe 0I1IL
The Rev K C DtanrhMto D awiddie conducted conductedtae
tae hearing oa the part of OOIIIbIeteIIj the aati aatisatoon aatIforca antiwloon
satoon forces and te thte this ae was hacked hackedup backedup I
up by a number of local ministers and andter adotIIer andother
other ter church people4u people peopleHusjfc I
Husjfc H 4u F Harvey secretary of f the theWashmston tileWubttlpoa theW
Washmston W Mercaatite AasochUJen 1 cktJiM aad i
himself a saloonkeeper oonkeeper led the theanatast tit APt lightagainst
against t the be measure and was sot supported supportedb7 I
b II representatives Dtativ of the German OermanAmerican JennaaAIDertcaa GermanAmerican
American Alliance the Central Labor
CoDa Lill n and the Personal Liberty League LeagueTw 1MT LagueTwo
Tw T Hours for Argument ArgumentSenator ArgumentSenator Ct CtSenetee
Senator Galliager opened the hearing heariagby
by announcing that the friends f of the thebHI Uteb8I thebill
bill would open for one hour the op opponents oppoaeats ¬
ponents po would reply for fortylive min minutes mIRut satautea ¬ 1
utes ut and the friends would dose for forftfteen foreea forfifteen
fifteen eea minutes This arrangement arrangementproved arrangementproved
proved pro satisfactory satJ to all interests interestsB Interests1C 1
B 1C C Dtawtddie J the ant speaker speakerapproved speakerapproved
approved approved section 1 of the bill which whichdenne whichdomes J Jtieftnea
domes what constitutes coa liquor Then ThenK TheAe Thenhe
e argued K ed for the th reorganijmtloH r of oCtlte the theexcise theexcise
excise board as provided for In the thepending UtencUn8 thepending I
pending ncUn8 bill This he said gave sa all de departments departmeata depmartmeats ¬
partments do dothe of the DistrIct government goelDllteDtto
b having vbng to do with liquor i violationsrepresentation notations notationsrepresentation
representation don on the boardMr board boardXr bOnlXr
Xr DInwiddie opposed the present
law which places the burden of proof pro
In license applications upon the com community COIBmUDlty eontunity ¬
munity unity instead of upon ne applicant applleashte
H He e said the pending met are corrected correctedthis
this and it also 180 makes JDak tt liquor < quor dealer dealerapply dealerapply
apply annually annval for his Jceace instead insteadof
of enjoyng Tn practically a perpetual priv ¬
ilege D after having ha once secured a aTae
license licenseThe licenseThe
The speaker leo contended that Hi Hithe ktlbe
the absence of suffrage trrap In the tMUte District Districtthe
the people should have 1Ia Ye some means of ofexprciosiiig ocexpre ofexpressing
exprciosiiig Ra their desires for the charas charaeter charaster charaster
ter of o the community communityAs
As for the sale of liquor to minors and andas adas antias
as to the presence of minors sad wom women women w wen ¬
en In saloons be said common ft ftaupported sense sensesupported sensesupported
supported the prohibition of these fea features featur futures ¬
tur tures s He would make It it a misdemeanor misdemeanorfor
for a minor to misrepresent his age He Heopposed H HopPoed Heopposed
opposed the growler trade also free freelunches freelunchefi freelunches
lunches lunchesThe lunchefiThe lunchesThe
The drinking of liquors on cars was wasopposed wasoppoeed wasopposed
opposed The recent Wilmington 1 Del Deltrapedy Ddattributed Dcitragedy
tragedy was attributed d to the fact that thatliquor tbatliquor thatHe
liquor was sold on the Baltimore sad aadOhio adOhio sadOh
Oh Ohio railroad He di ditheft did not want t commoncarriers common commoncarriers con concarriers
carriers to admit to their cars drunken drunkenle drunkenpeople
people le under any aft circumstances He Hethey Hesod I
SaId they were always a menace
The IoooFHt iQooP et Zone ZeseAs Ze ZoneAs e eAs
As for f r the provision prohibiting the thesale theSII thesale
sale of liquor within IC09 feet of a aschool asebe aschool
school park playground or church churchMr elMIrchMr churchMr
Mr Dtawtddte said that many places placesexisted p pexi placesexisted
existed within such territory terrtt The prom present preilent promeel ¬
ent law places the zone limit at 49 feet feetSenator feetRtor feetSenator
Senator Rtor Bulkeley asked If the 1H 1Hfoot 1 1t 1Nli 1Nlifoot
foot t limitation would not prevent event theIssuance the theThe thece
Issuance ce of any licensee whatever whateYerTbe whateverThe
The speaker replied that It would wouldprohibit wouldNOb1blt wouldprohibit
prohibit them in residential n sections aectienuand sectionsand
and should do do so notAs As for the downtown downtownsection dOWDtoWBMetioD ten tensection I
section he could not speak speakXT speakili
XT Dinwl4dle DIi Ie supported the pro provisions pro1siODs pro4iai0tt8 ¬
visions prohibiting prh tiDg screens or music musicer te te9r I
er theatricals in saloons He said saidthat aidthat saidthat
that the present Jre ent law I would abolish abolishthe a1toltllhthe abolishthe
the saloon kHm la I the Union u Depot Also Alsohe AIsehe Alsobe
he said It would prohibit women womenserving womellMrvta womenserving
serving in any place where liquor te teSenator 18aoJ isgold
gold goldSena I Ia
aoJ Senator Sena or r Carter asked if it were not nota
a fact fac tat t 8t section 1 16 extending the thedry tbedry thedry
dry zone o 1999 1 feet would result t in inprohiMtK Inprohiltftk I IIlOhfltttk
prohiMtK in the theTile IMstrict IMstrictTito Diitr1etTile
Tile speaker sper could give no definite definiteanswer deftnttelUI deilntteanswer
answer lUI wer He was pressed re for an opin opinion opinIon oplnton ¬
ion as to the effect e1r t of f the prevision previsionbut
but be would not give MaY MaYDe anyDo ay ayBo
Bo Net Ask Proaibitien Proaibitienr
Dr U > r Woodrow preaMeat of the Aatl A AsiUSaloon u uSaloon
Saloon League L e followed Mr Diawidde DtBwtdcie Diswid Diswiddle
dle He said that Washington Was was wasnr wast wasfur
t fur nr r from a model city cft and had the they theZorst thetorst
Zorst torst excise law of any y in the coun countCotinucd counlContnucd counCont
tCotinucd Cont n tcd oa Second Page e
In Carmack Aftermath
Pardoned After TeDD Tennessee lllec Court Ce Cefirmed CH CHI Confirmed
I firmed Sentence Sen teace teaceI
Of T Tennessee Tease Charged W Witk1 with Mag lEz lEzecBttve Bxeadive Tixecative
ecBttve Clemency for dId PeWfarfPurposes PokdsdPurposes dIdPtlrp
Purposes PurposesBuilding PurposesTRAGEDY eL
Building Crashes Upon UponMardf UponMgrdf U Pon PonMardi
Mardi Gras Merry Merrymakers Merrymakers i imakers
makers makers27BW makersOfLEANS
27BW OltLKANS or AS April 14 1jW1t WKh a athunderous athuadereaa
thunderous tJa crash a ash which caused a panic panicnmeng pasteuuoag
nmeng the thousands Un yunds of masked JDek merry merrymakers merrymakers ¬
makers ers a building at South Rampart Rampartand JbuDprtaacl Rampartand
and Canal streets crashed this t fa morataa morataacrushing morniagcrushing monJ 111 111eru > <
crushing eru beyond recognition r a twelve twelveyearo tweteyearold twelveyearold
yearo yearoother yearold boy ad aerioudy y yOUt bt urbhg Owe Oweother
other persons This Is the ShrtoMrs ShrtoMrsmardi ShIbM ShIbMmanli Shrtaersttardi
mardi gras and great crowds of OCmaMed OCmaMedmen of masked maskedmen maskedmen
men women and children wen near the thebuilding the1Ju11d1at thebuilding
building and hi the vicinity vicinityBACK YlcInIQBACK VicinityBACK
High School Pupil Thought Her HerProgress HerProgress HerProgress
Progress In Qass Tco ToSlow TcoStow 10Slow
PITTSBORG Pa April 14 HKlldrM HKlldrMStewar 14MildredStewart Mildred MildredStewart
Stewart thirteen years of age com committed COMMItted committed ¬
mitted suftcMe today tAHlay1 by drinking clrbdd car carbolic e8iZbelie earbelie ¬
belie add because we be thought abe abewas 11IMwas shewas
was not making kIIIg progress progr in the HighSchool High HighSchool RIpSchool
School The girls open school 8 books bookson
on the kitchen table showed that she shehad Iaebad shehad
had studied almost t up to the moment momentof t tor
of drinking the poison
Placing his a small U yamemet yamemetenergetc n t extremely extremelyenergetic exbeIMt1term
energetic form to tb tile a pitchers box boxGeorge boxGeorge
George G 6 W Wteheroheun WJeK W e ssiueat Attorney A Gnu Gsnerai G Gror Gnuoral
oral ror the United U l dted States Statestired today t re retired re retired ¬
tired the entire r Deper > epartment aent hiaent t of Justice Justicefrom jjsettcofrom
from any y participation in baseball root rooting rootIa rootlag ¬
lag Ia and sent his clerks to a bench far torfrom farfrost
from the madding cheering of the fans fansNever t tNeWeI fastsever
Never ever was delivery more effeettve effeettvePiteher efteethepjtelHlr emeethrePitcher
Pitcher WVskersham put out the whole wholeside
side with one pitched ball ballIt ballIt ballIt
It read as follows followsORDRR folllrwaORDER
ORDER No No1 No1In Ht HtIn 1 1In
In view vie of the t accumnkvtiea of ofwork
i work In the department dt jMLrtlltelrt the tilef hours hoarsof hoursof
of tabor of the clerks and other em employee aployes ¬
ployee are hereby hMbyXte he extend extendd id an itp i ip tp
p in daily d effective ff a T Thursday the Ibo14t theWin
Win 14t instant instantAnd la instantAnd tant tantAnd
And this afternoon as the summer
I breeze steals th thrOOf throog roach the windows iysauows ws of ofthe o ofthe 1 1the
the departments depa h8eJlts brnleBns bra It 1t1teaT1i sears bear t le leperfume I i
perfume of flowers to t clerks who care j
Granted Retrial on Charge of Murder Murderof
of Senator Carmack
Pardoning of Col CoopeF CoopeFBriBgs CoopeFBrings CooperBrings
Brings Personal Attacks Attackson Attac s son
on Governor GovernorNASHVCLX GovernorXoSIITILa GovernorNAfiHVILZ
NASHVCLX Than T April 14 14tnor 4Pv 4Pvernor < Be < v vernor
ernor Patterson Pattersonriarina today persisted lit tie tieran de decarints
riarina ran he had done only ealyL his duty m inantbng mCooper
< L antbng tblA a pardon t cL Dnaaua B Booper BCooper
Cooper ooper whose w ceavfetioa of the theder mur murder r rder
der of former Senator E W Oarmack Oarmackwas
was w BslrintJ Igr the eunreme 81IJIC en rme euztt court courttwo ttwo
t two n o hours before the pardon a wa wagranted was W1IIIJgra wasgranted
granted grantedTtt gra grantedThe D ted tedTb
The Ttt g governor vern > rs s act as set te t e State Stateaftanr StWftaaHt Stateaflattie
ftaaHt aftanr poUtteaUy Oarmack was < the theFrc UtePrc thePrrdgMtfn
Frc PrrdgMtfn UBjK fciii essMMdam 17 V against Patter Patterail Bsetter BsetterI p ua
ail a 1 c 1I8 Aefor SI SIf
I for f gorteihor 1tveanf It wiwr Carmacks C k edi e ttorIaI edttonal I Itortal
tonal defense 4IeC of bin stand for prohi prohiMUon pro prohiNoon I ItIen
Noon tIen that led to dn ilea1ttea eultiea betwoen I betvaeenhitweli j ilt
himself lt and Colonel cooper who wasa was j i i8ta1k
a stanch supporter ter of Patterson PattersonGovernor Patt PattersonGovernor t tGOTUUOI
Governor Patterson torsos was boned ra raslKy is isedgy
edgy last night at Germantown Germantwwnwhere Germantownwhere
where bere he was reared re rearedFriends
Friends of the governor YenJor are urging 1II urgInhint Z I
hint for Senator SenatorThe
The governors mansion was closely closelyguarded lguarded I Id
guarded d last night nlghty y plain plat clothes elothoRni elotbo6aNoD clothesStan
ni Stan n but It is understood the governor governorslipped r i islipped
slipped quietly out of town t WJ1 to t his hiscountry i icountry
country C untrr home at Carksville C arkTln ark vine Thefeeling The Thefeeling I
feeling f e1lng is less against Cooper than thanPatterson
1 Patterson PattersonGERMAN j jRFRHAN I
Both Are Uninjured and andLittle andLittle andLittle
Little Damage Is Done Doneto
to Machine MachineP1AU
P1AU Germany y April 14 1Ttte 1TtteMal 14TheMaiden The Themaiden
Mal maiden trial of Majoi Parsevals aeroplane aero aeroplane 801ane ¬
plane 1ane a huge Ule fourtfyllnder mine macblaee Jnachlaeto mineeme
eme e n e to grief today while flying over overLake overLake overLake
Lake Flaw FlawThe PIawThe PineThe
The Tnecba medtaBhsIR l5 great ve t wrong and aadthe adthe andthe
the aeroplane turned completely over overand oyerand overand
and f fell il into the laK laKBlochman 11Q 11QB1 Ia c2 c2Blocksaan
Blochman B1 and Half Io the engineers engineersand
and only occupaatf escaped e unla unlaJored lIDlnJured aaistjured
Jured being picked up by 7 ODe of the theboats tiaehots theboats
boats that followed the aerepftane aerepftaneThe aereplaAeTIle
The machine was not badly injured istjaredas
as it was w provided with floats for foralighting rraUghtl foralighting
alighting aUghtl e OR the water It was easily easilytowed easilyt easilytowed
towed t wecl to duetsMICHIGAN shore shoreMICHIGAN sItoreMICHIGAN
vJflv N ARBOKrAprft ARBOR At l M Mn The students sttJd8RS1Idt studentswucll studentsHncU
HncU 1Idt of o the University of Michigan MfebigaawiU
wiU wi soon present a cflrer bugle t te the themen Uteaen thenen
men of the U S S S S licchgaa lchg ehgaJl In HI recog recognition recognition ecegnltI ¬
nition B of the rooting done by b the thef moors moorsfr onHeiatr
tr f r the WoIv Wolverine rhte football footballtM team during duringthe daringthe
the > Pennsylvania Ia game last fall JL
In View of Vast Accumulation AGcumuI ti n of Work Clerks Will Willi WillKemain WillRemain fillcR1emain
cR1emain Remain Kemain i Far From the Maddming Crowd Crq d of ofFans ofFans ofFans
Fans Until 5 P M lVE =
not for hewers W8IS la fact they t Q dont dontcare d dontcare nt
care for anything but baseball l bats batsand batsand
and singles and A Itd slides and home runs I I
But they tla eant run runThe ranThe
The big corporations of the coun counperate I
try are at the bat in a last and des desperate desperate
perate rally to win their game and an i
the Department of Justice must play II
close infield so that not even a bunt buntmakes buntmakes
makes good goodIt goodIt goodIt I
It to a sad lad sad story but It is true trueand trueBel trueand
and some of the clerks who were wont
to inveigh and rail against the trusts trustsare trustsare trustsare
are willing wllJI to let them gobble up the I
tend and all the usufruct thereof if ifonly Ifonly
only the elerks can get to the gamesBut games gamesBut I IBut I
But it la I not to be Pitcher WJoker WJokerabam WJckerabam Wkckershatn
abam has pitched the whole depart department departme departmeat ¬
meat me t into industry and the umes umeswill gameswill games gameswill
will go en e minus these rooters rootersa who wbomix whomix whomix
mix up their coaching terms with withLain withLa withLain
Lain La < in phrases and legal lore
Unlike nlike English Suffragettes SuffragettesTheir SuffragetrTheir SuffragettesTheir
Their Methods Are All AllPeaceful AllPeaceful AllPeaceful
Peaceful PeacefulDOCTOR PeacefulDOCT9R PeacefulDOCTOR
Many Women With Reputation In laI InProfessions InProfessions
I Professions Among ArooegDelegates AmongDeJegates AmongDelegates
Delegates DelegatesBy
Question Que ttn When Is a svffragJet gi net Bet5u1rrageUe a asuffragette
suffragette suffragetteAnswer 5u1rrageUeAnswer suffragetteAnswer
Answer When she uses moral ral a aand suedog suedogand
and petitions instead A of hatpins hatpinsknives Jtatplesknives baiplasknives E
knives and something s lice JIlt JIltell a ayell o oyell
yell ell te obtain the ballot ballotThe MIIoLThe ballotThe
The suffragist is here She Ie also ar arriving arr1 arriring
riving r1 ng hourly and will continue to a arrive r
rive throughout the entire week 1 In Infact Intact n nfact
fact the Nations Capital Is stormed by byan b ban
an army of w unman man suffragists 8U And th thmere thmere the themere
mere man who doesnt t believe to womens wom womens WIDaIens ¬
ens rights may as well surrender 8UC at atonce atThe atonce
once onceThe onceThe
The American suffragist ic Just as determined de determined dttermJDed = ¬
termined as her Kngttsta la sister the mili militant JDIItaut miiftact ¬
taut Buftragette although her methods methodsare a aare
are milder She Is combs to the eon eonveati eIOnveDtJ eonventl
veati + a J of the National Na American Wom Woman Woman Woman ¬
an Svtfrage Si ffrage Association here Jaer thht wed TPeekfrom cockfrom
from the remotest t comers of the exten extensive exiensire ¬
lYe area known as the United States Statesof 8Iat 8Iato Statesof
of America and b er r head Is set on set setting getting t ttJag ¬
ting to the theFaces potts pottsFaces pollsFaces
Faces Shew Belarainatien BelarainatienShe Detenalna n nShe
She alights front roa evary incoming trainwith train trainwith trainwtt
with that determined det MllNc1 look on her Jterowtch face faceand facesad
and with petttione petlt oe to Conc Congress ese budging nuhjingut g geC
oK ut of her traveling trf bag She may me look lookeer lookever
ever so innocent Innocentyoung young smiling and andweH anoiwell andwell
well gonMdbwt gowned but she wants to vote e just justthe jWltthe justthe
the same Or perhaps she Is netheryoung neither neitheryoung r ryoung
young nor suUing 8IIIIIItgoDI 8IIIIIItgoDIShe only determined decemnaedShe determinedShe
She sea wither the strongest man with witha wit It h ha i ia
a glance for she knows that he is mere merely niereefce
1 an incident Ja Ute g ecsi aee of ofadBgs ofOutage
Outage It II w woman site belidva who whob
b going toe pmky y tIN ballet and save savetrite V VIIM
trite 3ae and IIMW1MD rum xaatnsaWhen rumWban
When the opening session of the theAmeriean tIteaecoocI forty fortysecond
second DIIUI mgtero oC the tIaeAm4detut 1 lioes lioesAmehna
Ameriean Woman SttCCnuu rage AswMfetton AswMfettonwas tARt tasoeiatlonwas n nwas
was called to onier by the vraswent 8lJMeDtDr vraswentDr
Dr Anna Howard Ho 3haw SIIa w this afternoon afternoonat
at the Arlington a glance at the aud audience audJe andlence ¬
ience revealed the presence of scores scoresof scoresOC scoresof
of women famous as 3writers partmnteatarians partmnteatarianswriters parllamentsrinswriters
writers doctors teachers and preach preachers ¬
ers an and 00 of scores of others wi tin ar araotMng are areDOtJIIn arenothing
nothing DOtJIIn more nor Ire T than good wives wivesmothers wnesJAOt wivesmothersand
mothers JAOt mothersand ersaad ersaadLonden aad suffragists suffragistsLondon suraMtaLondon
London Wdxa te Speak S6eJkOne Speak SpeakOne SpeakOne
One of the younger women prominent pcombjontte OIIIt entthe
te the mov movEngland movement beth In uerie Sd SdEnglaDd andEngland
England te Miss Bay Costello of Lon London 1011doll London ¬
don who will bo b monp the speakers speakerson spe
on the program this week She belongs belongste
te the organization tioa of 3Ars Hearr HearrFawcett Bet1Fawcett HsaryFawcett
Fawcett of England and te a cowork coworker ¬
er of 3 1 rs Philip Saowoen who te well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known here She Isalso is Is also a schoolmate schoolmateand
and friend of dies ties Ian XUboUand Mikbolandwealth the thestiirt t1Mwealth
wealth young e DC New T York rk society girl prIwhose girlwhose
whose arrest there during their rceat rceatshirt rscxstslIrt
shirt waist strike canoed a sensation sensatiosMtes atJcmMiss sensationMiss
Miss Costello te abeolutety 1MIOIut arm te her herconvictions herconTietlons herconvictions
convictions and the frivolities dear to tothe tothe o othe
the hearts of most girls cannot swerve swerveher swerY8her swerveher
her from her devotion to the cause of ofsuffrage oCSWIrage ofsuffrage
suffrage suffrageHonestly SWIrageHonesUy suffrageHonestly
Honestly now would you really reallydown reallydown reallydown
down in your OW inmost heart rather spend spendyour tJPeadyour spendyour
your time getting he1 he1lies the ballot than getting gettingpretty gettIDgpretty gettingpretty
pretty things to wear i end going to par parties prties ¬
ties and then getting < married nice other otherwomen otherwemen ocherw i itinily
women w en do was waasked asked her herUaJ1y comMeti comMetitially
tinily tially by 8 frivolous interviewer 3 Miss MissCostellos i s sCestellos
Cestellos C big blue eyes opened wider inmild in inmild innukl
mild surprise surpriseWhole surpriseWhole surpriseWhole
Whole Family oa Stamp StampWhy ShimpWhY StampVi
Why Vi by rd raster nt be a suffragist than thananything thananything
anything In the whole world she re replied re repiled replied ¬
plied My mother 1ter and father my mygrandmother mygrandmother mygrandmother
grandmother my t tr u sisters and abrother a abrother
brother are all sta T > speaking in Inland Beg Begtend L + We Weland
land for the cause ca e af suffrage There Thereha Therebeen Therebar
ha bar been an epidemic emIc of it in our family familyfor ftmflTfor familyfor
for years I Think the methods of the theAmerican theA1BerlcJi theAmerican
American women are r + quite remarkable remarkableand remarkableand rewarkableand
and since my visit to this country last lastyear Jutyear lastyear
year when I traveled with Dr Anna AnnaShaw Ann AnnShaw DDSbaw
Shaw I can see a wonderful growth in inthe InUto inthe
the movement movemeatilise movementn86 movement31Iss
ilise n86 Costello declares that Sngtend is isartidy 1SaJbidy isanady
artidy convened te wemaa suffrage suffrageanrt M rageaI suffrageathat
anrt athat that it will require only some p pIKical p1ltizal pp1Itkal
IKical exigency to prevent its being o otained ob obtained obtained
tained by the women of England she shebelongs ShebeJeIl8S Shebelongs
belongs to that t faction of Kagiisn Kagiisnworen BbgUIilVOen sit gIisn gIisnwowen
woren who can themselves sutaugtes sutaugtesand suJD ists istsIKI s
and to whom nothing worse ever happens hap hap1K
pens IKI 1K S than mud stingy and rock throw throwins throwIng throwlug
ins while K te lift for the militant suffragette suf suffragette uf uffragette ¬
fragette to be crabbed by policemen policementhrown poUcementRlOn policementhrown
thrown out of the house of commons comsAonsand commonsand coImland
and imprisoned imprisonedDorothy Im imprisonedDorothy rl8oned rl8onedDorothy
Dorothy Dix Talks Talksporathy TalksDorothy TalksDorothy
Dorothy Dix on 004 of the we welt known knownica kaownnewspa knownnewspaper
newspa newspaper 8r writers M eR eRI is Araet Araetkea
kea is a witty and saucy aughtwhose suffragist suffragistwhose 4 4hose
whose hose talk on 01 o The Real Reason Why WhyWomen WhyVomen WhyWomen
Women Cannot JIIIOt Vote Gte will 31 be bethe e or orUt ofthe
the Ut brte breezy features of the convention conventionWhen COIIftIIdonWhen conventionWhen
When asked for a sketch of herself she shereplied sbereplied shereplied
replied in her Inimitable laiDdta le way waySly wayty wayMy
Sly ty name is Bttsabeth Mertwethr MerMetherGilmer MertwethrGllmor t tGIlmer
GIlmer Apart from that tact mine mineare mineBe mineare
are the simple and tedious anals annalsthe of ofthe ofthe
the poet There wa was never anything to tobears toeegunl toaccount
account for It It for DOt ODe of my for forbears forbears
bears even wrote r fcitter to the eoun eoundsn countrY oountry
trY paper at my tllOoC nome and anded andit
dsn ed d it Veritas s Vrx vox Fopuli or Old OldS OldSub
S Sub giber > scr er but Just the same I was wasbarn wasb9m wasborn
barn with WI an Incurable haaeciag JaAak for forprinters forprinters forprinters
printers ink inkWhen InkWhen inkWhen
When I mist started to write for forwomn forwomEoIl forwosners
womn I decided eerythhur had been beenwritten beenritten beenwritten
written for them themccept xcept the truth and andgood Idgood andgoad
good bard common sense They had badbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been toM they were aageis anEeiS cad they theyknew theYknew theyknew
knew they were not They had been beentoM beentold beentoll
toM they must suffer and be strong strongand atroogand strongand
and they were tired of having the mar martyr mIt martyr ¬
tyr t r role thrust upon upon them ern They had hadbeen hadfed hadbeen
been fed on poetryuntil poetry and sentitnontaHam sentitnontaHamuntil MntIRt MntIRtuntil
until their digestions revolted at aay aaymore aaymore anymore
more candy anti so I decided te band bandthorn haadthorn handthem
thorn a few hard foots and a uttto utttogumption JIttJetlon littlegamplon
gumption tlon Of course when you start startout starteMIt startout
out to tell the truth the first ftntJands Jump
lands yeu in the thelllWst midst of woman sue suffrage 80 80c sueftage ¬
frage c and chats How I i became > ecaraa ao atJ a af av
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