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rhe h ie deehni 4et ro 0 read 48t 48tb defendine ndI3a he b bIn cion i i1n
1n sending se sendIii ut n niMp eye < letter eSteF3in azgthg azgthg31r
iMp 3in Scot SceI trtrb 1Ittra a vitiation kiitv cf c th i itiLUtlOfl con constitution eontHiLUtloa ¬
stitution 4n 1 1Ii8m dMznIaikiw1ths dfemissfcMr Miss caW erad
Mrs Scott the president JeDt JeDtthe general band banded nd nded ¬
> ed the gavel veI t te Mrs Theodore Bates of ofMassachusetts ofM o oiIa8sach1ett3
Massachusetts M buetts who took the chair atr At Atthis Att
this t 11 is point Mrs M Thompson of Massa Massachusetts achusetts Xechusetts ¬
chusetts was recognised am among the thevabble thebabble th thbabble
babble > of voices demanding dai to be beMlArd beMlArdIrs heard heardMrs hzd31r
Mrs 31r Irs Thompson made a point of order orderthat orderthat orderthat
that XteaWUcox X Wilcox could not be allowed allowedto
to t read her paper while the theAmes Ames Am reso resolutlon nwo1utioft rolutlon
lutlon was s pending before 1 the tIteStKa hsuoo hsuooSfcarra 1i 1iS4r
Sfcarra S4r I f Prafceet Prafceetthe Pr L LThJ tt ttrhis
ThJ bsbt a storm or prta t rem remthe fre frethe
the antl aatfMl MmhiistiMlonlsti 1IIt1 MrL Joeaph JoeaphWood JpkWood k kGOd
Wood WoodMiss GOd i1 a her teet teetK feet sdd sddMI
Miss K Wilcox has die rtgfct te 1 Taej Taejheard be bebeardr
heard 11 beardr beardrThi > ard ardTble j
This Thi remarkwas greeted by WOdf WOdfappl vodferotts vodferottsapplause dferoW dferoWapplauee
applause appl The Tb insurgents could be heard hearddeclaring 1IeanIdtCIarms besrddecIarfn
declaring decIarfn that even a criminal was al always always aiways ¬
ways give I a hearing When the con confusion eoafusion conmnsion
fusion was at its height Mrs DonaM DonaMMoLean DoiNIJtlMdeau
MoLean 21 c Laz swept suddenly forward to the thefront thefront thefront
front of the platform Her eyes ey flashed 1Iaabedllre 1IahedIfre flashedfire
fire and it was wa evident to all present presentthat pr prthat preentthat
that the old fighting < htitI Mood was up upIt uphIt upIt
hIt It is I r 1 Mrs Donald McLean regent regento
o 4 fthe New York chapter who asks ak to tobe tobe tobf
be heard she be said in a voice of com command command cornxnan ¬
mand xnan She was recognised by the chair dtatr3lis chsrMioo I IMiss
Miss McL XclAlaA an then moed ed the pre previous preTOUS pre1ons ¬
vious question That te whether or ornot or110t orrtot
not the Ames resolution should be beadopted beadopted beadopted
adopted This arouaec such a furore furorethat filmrethat furoret
that t hat it was necessary for or Mr Mrs Fox Foxthe Foxthe Foxthe
the parliamentarian parliaaaen at the t e Congress Congressto Con s
to take the platform platformMrs platformMrs x xMrs
Mrs Mrfry Lockwood one of the theaged Ute8gEd theaged
aged founders of the Daughters of the theRevolution tbeReolntlOR the1evo1utton
Revolution walked down do the aisle and andraised JMIrased ad adraised
raised her hand to enjoin silence upon uponthe 1IJJOAth uponth
the th house houseBe houaBe houeeBe
Be just to this girl she exclaimed exclaimedtalking exelaillMMita1kin nxctornedtalking
talking ta1kin to Miss Wilcox on whom all alleyes allye 11 11eyee
eyes > ye were turned This of course coursebrought COUrMbrought couroebrought
brought wild applause from the in insurgents JRSU InEurgentA ¬
surgents SU Dta
DtaL1IIl L Lull I1 IB I UK Strm StrmMrs Stfi1LXrs Str StrMrs
Mrs Fox gained the floor oer a aM d ex exthe exp1alned cxplained
p1alned that Ira lcLeea calling or orthe ofthe
the question did not necessarily dose dosethe eIotHthe cIos cIosthe
the he debate or preclude the posstMltty posstMlttyof po IWlttyofM1ss
of ofM1ss Miss Wilcox defending herself herselfShe beroeifShe ett ettShe
She explained carefully the parliamen parliamentary parJtamentar psrflainentary ¬
tary tar law which met m the conditions and andfor aDdor andfor
for or a ftw moments JDO there was s a lull lullin 111In lullIn
in the storm stormDuring stormDuring stormDuring
During the tb early part of the morn JftOMIing worutrig morning ¬
ing Mrs Scott had supplemented Zfu ed her an annual aari annual ¬
nual report with the report t of oe oeit the theAmerican themPr1edn
American ri Audit Association A hi which whichIt
It was declared that the constitution and andbylaws aDdll andbylaws
bylaws ll law of the Daughters Daugbt a of the Amen American Amenlan Anerlcan ¬
can Revolution are ie framed fnuned so o as to toafford toarrlrd toaffwd
afford insufficient protection to the thechief ehiet theC
chief C executive exec1I of the body The report reportalM reportal reportalso
also al recommended that certain amend amendTn ameudmpnts amend7nflt5
Tn mpnts < = nts be added to the constitution constitutionwhich eGIUItlbrtioawhirh constitutionwhieh
which would afford this protection protectlOltWould and andwould andwould
would prevent Hher < < exigencies X XW similar similarto ImlMrto
to that of the Gerald GeraldIthoucb case caseAlthough easeAlthough
Although the t regulars are jubilant jubilantover jubilatOver
over > 1 their victory the conservatives conservativesor aUve aUveor
or socalled insurgents tnsu nts declare re that the thematter thematter thematter
matter will yet be threshed out before beforethe belorethe borethe
the national natlonalt natlonalfeengrcss I congress M5S They are deter determined determlnfd deter7ined ¬
mined not only that Miss Wilcoxs de deferse defff dofse
ferse fff of her action n tioc in n sending < out the theopen tileOp theopen
open Op < n letter rfhouM iOuld be bIl b beard but that the thepresident tberfIidetit thepresident
president rfIidetit generals dismissal of ofGerald Miss MissGerald he heGrald
Gerald Shan be threshed th out outAlthough outfw outayia
ayia fw Pi Piithough 1It 1ItlthOUlb
Although not half the reports had been beenlicard beeRI1fard boost1iard
licard when the Ames resolution was wasadopted wasadopted wanadapted
adopted hundreds of women immediate immediately ¬
ly left l ft the auditorium and formed excit excited excitEd excitE ¬
ed E 1 groups in Illtbe the corridors of Continental ContinentalHall CoatIDeDtalHaiL ContinentalHall
Hall HaiL Both Botbrewulanl regulars and insurgents 11UAI ftlta din discussed diCI1Sfd dinC ¬
cussed C ssed excitedly ly the proceedings np of the themorning thenorntng thetroruing
morning the insurgents I declaring cleclarl that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the matter wooM net 18tH be aflvwed to toend teend toend
end here hereMeeting hereMeetia
endIt Meeting win Be tie1aeld fceld this afternoon afternoonand atternooaa
and a rd this evening eosia by the insurgent fac factijn factUJIl fcn
tijn n By tomorrow morning it is ex expected expc oxped ¬
pected pc Ed that a definite One of action will willbe willlot
be manned out out and that when second
clash comes wits of some of o the themost themost
most able women In the organization organizationwill
will ill oppose the administration admiDl tratioa forces forcesHad forcesHa s sBaa
Had BaaA1thou5h Ha Buy BuyAlthough BveBtag BveBtagAlthough
Although the afternoon seadon of the thecongress theCO theiougr
CO iougr congress closed yesterday a at Sat 3Socinck 3Socinckthe oclock oclockthe oclockthe
the eventngwas ewealll wa a a1Iu8 busy one for each eachdelegation eachdeJegatJoa eachdelegation
delegation to the congress State cau caucuses CUCUIe8 caucuses ¬
cuses were held dinners ware given by bya 1Jnwaber bya
a number of the leaders of both fac factions fac1ions factions ¬
tions and no inconsiderable amount amonn of ofelectioneer orelfctIoDeer ofelertlooeer
electioneer was done doneThe doDeTh doneThe
The Th Interest of the District Daughters Daughtersof
of the Revolution Ol1 centered in the tietlrni elec election election ¬
tion of the State and vice vJ e regent nt which whichwas wblewas whIchwas
was held at the Arlington Hotel Mrs MrsDelia JIIrsDena MrsIella
Delia GraatnaSmailwood w004 wae reelected reelectedState reeJectedState rebecte4tate
State tate rBBctntr an4 this thisa WN WNa
a victi victiMrs vlctofyp t51b tlWTsirst rput taeUoa tactiostMrs
Mrs 1 Smallwood lwood has never declared declaredherself decIanMihErset dedaredherself
herself an insurgent but It Is a a weB weBXnown weIIknown weRknown
known fact that she was unanimously unanimouslysupported unaulmoulllyEUpported unauhuonelysupported
supported by the antls while the theregulars tb6regulars theregulars
regulars bad set their hearts upon etect etectUnwiittea
ing Kra arr E E E Brown BrownUnwritt BrownUnwritten
Unwritten Law LawHad LawHad LawHad
Had Mra Mr jSnaallwood been defeated defeatedtbe defeatedthe defeatedthe
the case canewonhi wouhl hare been extraordinary extraordtearyas
as sbehne she served one term te a as State Stateregent Stateregeat Stateregent
regent iI4 and It te an unwritten 1 nWTittei law that thateach thAteach thnteach
each abac in recent shall have a second secondterm secondterm secondterm
term JIIrL > lrs iu Woodfaury Pufcnfer Pul was waselected waselect waselected
elected elect vice regent regentAJIMMUC entAIuoIIr repentAmong
Among the State Sta delegations d which whJehheld which3ield which3ieW
held meetings rD and which declared their theirIntention their1ntPntlon theirIntention
Intention of supporting < the administra administration administration tra tratlon ¬
tion of Mss Seott were those of Illinois IllinoisOhio DUnoWOh 1llInosOhc
Ohio Oh KebnascBL e Wlseonein W Tennessee TennesseeArizona 1ennesseeArizona hmneaeeArIzona
Arizona GfJh oCth CaroBna MiootoBtugi MiootoBtugiMiclugan 11111 MisestylIclugan III IIIIiclupn
Miclugan Al A Alnhamn ± r r and Kansas KansasThe KanaaaThe KansasThe
The N New W hr York > delegation Uon the largest largestand IarSMtand largestand
and moot influential fat the congress congressield congrebeld congressheld
held KB t meeting at the New Willard Wlllardand Willardand Willardarid
and declared their allegiance a to Mrs MrsVinnon XrsWill Mrain
Will Vinnon in Cummins Cum Story Mrs Joseph JosephRood J08e JoeehWood h hood
Rood ood of t Mt Vernon wa Wall elected State Stateregent Sta Stateregent e eregeDt
regent regentMr regeDtMrs regentMrL
Mr Mrs Story on behalf of the Manhat Manhattan latbn Manhattzi ¬
tan Chapter of New Tocfc odt preeented preeentedthe
the State regents nts with a gavel aveI carved carvedfrom caryedfrom carvedfrom
from the wood of the cypress tree pre preeented INesentel peesented
eented by the Khedive of Hgypt ypt to toKapoMan wNapoleea toNapoloni
KapoMan and afterward brought pt to totlie tot11e tothe
the banks of the Hudson HudsonMrs H HXrs HudsonMrs
Mrs Pattta Ptt Htec HtecMrs HMteMMI1I HsteesMrs
Mrs Alexander Patton entertained at ata atm ata
a njagsrfficent m t dinner at the New WH WHlard wnla Witlard
lard la rli ia 1 honor of Mrs Scott t and the oc occasiontook occa cccaion ¬
ca caion casiontook < OII took on the nature of a fete feteand feteand
and 3 nti a hearty y indorsement of the ad adTninistcatkm Adm adTn
Tninistcatkm TninistcatkmThe m inlsCIIatiobTh inIst1 inIst1Th
The Th Pennsylvania delegation hi g owe of oftil oft
1 til t Jw h lajcest I e and most mentirig roflnenttal attend attenditur attendjrlJ
itur the U congress eot this tk year will In bold its itsSate ItsSate ItsSate
Sate meeting totnorrow evening at the theArlington theT1t theAr1ingi
Arlington T1t Hotel Mrs Allen Parley
Siute rwent is chairman ehtU ate alas of the tbetiwniit na naliunji
tiwniit 1iunIftf18 press committee of the t tAlth Danght DanghtAlthough Daughters DaughtersA
Alth A Although thcgh the delegation delfV has MIlt yet yetclfi de do docia
cia < lred red Itself f unanhtmuRly 1IDlmna ly ks leaders lendersstate
fate that it will indorse the adminia a4mtala11ltU
Geo C ec pft Otis Smith today begins his hisdrtieCJte hbdti hisdtien
drtieCJte dti president of the executive executivefcoard txecutlveoanltIIt executiveboard
board oanltIIt the Young Y Qung Mens s Christian As Asiroclaaift tscia
iroclaaift cia Oth Other r officers off elected el at the thesecond thelmuWKbCk thenn
lmuWKbCk nn oneeting of he oa last night nighta t
a 4 lint 15t vIce president Henry B BMs BMa
Ms cfll second vice president t John JohnJ
J slrnan jr recodlng reco rilDg secretary ry
H L I 1i1 igliL 1hdft hrift treasurer Irer H Bradley BradlevKornajuugMTs BradleyF
ro dII8iIL dII8iILFnr
KornajuugMTs Fnr terms t JWS orolrtag lrJng May i i7MS
7MS 1 nuaiynfriinBr Jfearflf gTGates x1attlF o oy
F NesMg WBaKlIl W B tkJUtmnt Jam Janv s sharp
harp 1 v Wilbur P ThlrkteW and C A Apinwall A ApinwaU Apinwall
pinwall pinwallFor pinwaUFor pinwallFor
For managers terms expiring May 1 1rU
111 CXCorby C1 C I CorbY W W WEvuett vrett ana anaE andE antiE
E P PCIeft1ent PCIeft1entAAAAAA Charent CharentThe CiwentThe
j T The Young Young oungMerisStoro Mens Moos Store Sto I It
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Social Leaders WeilKnown V UKnown Writers and Those T ose of An Ancient Ancient Ancient ¬
cient Lineage Attending Sessions of ofthe the D A R RNational RNational RNational
National Congress
Mrs WHBam Cuaaroinc Story of New NewYork NewTwle NewYork
York referred ret8IT MI te always by 1tyUte the insur insurgent lasrfadJoR huargent ¬
gent faction mt tl the e Daughters of the tbeprooMenthU theR theReve
R Reve dt wdes > tIeR net so a prooMenthU IWSlde ttl pea pearfbttttybMt Mt81IItIIIItyt Poebftity
rfbttttybMt bftity bat as a presfclcntial pe ldeadal certainty certaintyte certaintyaeroRIpaated
te accompanied to Washington by her berhUllbaDd herhusband nerhusband
husband and also o by their son on Allen AllenStory AllenStory AlienStory
Story and his wife Wben beta Mrs Xrs Story Storywhooc Storywho Storywhose
who e slight t and youthful apeearaice apeearaiceia
Is always a surprise to these who here baveheard bveheard hereheard
heard of her achievements introduce Jntr04luceeMra introducesMrs j
Mra Allen Story as my my y dc daughter dtulIDterthere daughterthere Ebter Ebterthere
there Is a little gasp of amazement amazementfrom ansazementfrom nt ntfIOlll
from the Htra Itr8 stranger ser meeting them for the thenrac UtefinK therm
finK rm Urns tiateMrs teMr UrnsMrs
Mrs Story who was defeated for the theofaee theotoe
ofaee ef president general last year yearby yearby yearby I
by six votes a and d who has 8 aa ardent arckDttollowins ardentfollowing i ifottowini
following in the organization smilingly smilinglyrefuses smilinglyrefirnes IUAby IUAbyrel1l
refuses fl8 to be interviewed as to when whenAe whenbe I Ietc
Ae will become president Her support supportera
era however claim that she wilt ua uadonbtedly uadoubtedy ondoubtedly
donbtedly be in the rate next year yearMrs r rKrs i ientertataS
Mrs Story Js a woman oC wealth and alldeIItertaild andeatertalH
entertataS lavishly The reception given givenby gtveaIt givenby
by her at the New Wittard 1ll1nlSumIa 1ll1nlSumIaeyeaIDt iVIliszdevening Saturday Saturdaytertamments
evening was one c ue handsOmest t eA eAtel1 enjertalarnents
tertamments tel1 ellt j jgatea given here sInat the dele deleptell dolegates
gates arrived arrivedFearless anivellFear1e arrivedFearless
Fearless s Bet Papular PapularMrs P pHlu pHlux
Mrs x Theodore Bates of Xaeeachue XaeeachueeMs bu I Ietts
eMs one of the vice presIdents general generalto
to one of thoee t women who has gera11 strong strongconvictions IItrOIICOftYicdoaa strongconvictions
convictions is fearieee about expressing expressingto exJX exJXthem expressingthem
them and yet at the same time Is able ableto ableto
to retain the good wilt of her opponents opponentsThe oppoeDwTIle opponentsThe
The Massachusetts Xa delegation gatlen to the thecongress theCO thecongress
congress is sharply divided 8d m its loyalty loyaltyto y yto
to the administration and its allegiance allegianceto
to Mrs Story the choice c ef the amis amisfor 1UItlsfor anttsfor
for president general but it is solid for foresident forMnI forMrs
Mrs Bates vice president esident general I from fromthat fromthat frontthat
that State who although att a warm per personal personal ¬
sonal friend and ardent supporter perI of ofthe ofKra ofMrs
Mrs Scott iii lSted by both factions of ofthe ofthe
the national dOaaI body bodyMrs cHQXnL bodyMrs
Mrs Bates tes was presented last year yearwith yearwItIa yearwith
with a magnMeeitt rnaceat glllAceat loving cup by the tbeDaughters tlteDa8bter theDnughtose
Daughters of Massachusetts She Is teexceedingly IsexeeedlaclY isexceedingly
exceedingly loyal to the preSIdent gen general JeftftILl getsoral ¬
oral and believes that all the th Dough Daughters Daugbten Doughtern ¬
ten should stand by the administration administrationMrs a4rnlaktrtIOUMrs 1I strat1on strat1onIrs
Mrs Daniel Lothrop of New York Yorkotherwise Yostotherwise
otherwise Margaret Sydney S whose whoseFive wboMlIe whoseFtve
Five Little Peppers te as familiar famJBarIn
In American homes as Little Men and andLittle andLIttle andLittle
Little W Women Worn or any other oC Miss MissLouisa x xLoul MissLouisa
Louisa M Alcotfs books Is one of o the theprominent thepreminent
prominent figures t at the present con congress eoeI congresa ¬
gress eRS ef the Daughters of the Revolu Revolution ReYOluUOIL Revotutints ¬
tints Mrs Lothrop was one of thosewbo thosewho those thosewho
who responded at the opening session sessionto i
to the annual DI address of the president presidentgeneral presidentgeneral
general eeer Mrs Matthew T Scott and andher Ddher andher
her charming personality won new newfriends 1I newfriends W i iamoag
friends among the aaught daughters rs on this thisoccasion thisMrs
occasion occasionMrs = thisi
Mrs Lorbrap Lot rep who was Mine Mulfcrd MulfcrdStone MalteIdStone MulferdStone
Stone before her marriage is the t wifeof wifeof wife wifeof
of the founder of the D LQhrep Pub Publishing Publashing ¬
lashing Company and it was her hue M
Gives Views for First Time TimeSince TimeSince TimeSince
Since Return to Ameri Americarl Amencan i ican
can carl Soil SoilContinued SoilC Soilfrom
C Continued < from First Page Pagethe Pagebe Pagethe
the aafeorhy by the majority may ay act actas acta actas
as a repressive etve Influence and prevent preventthetr preI preItbetr preventtheir
their repreeentlBg the wishes of the theminority UtemtDOrlty theminority
minority minorityAll
All committees of the House should shouldbe
be appointed in the same way There is isno IsDO Isno
no reason why the Speaker ahauld be begiven beglvell begivesi
given the powtr r which be now wields wteiaswhen wieldswhen wieldswhen
when he is able largely to control login tesfelatTon 1eftsJal loginlatn
latTon Jal Oll by putting committee members mombersunder JRClRber8uDder membersunder
under obligations to toCemnaittee him himCommittee hlDiC
Committee C Improved ImprovedThirdly Impr Improvedthe ved vedTBInUy
Thirdly the removal of the Speaker Speakerfrom SpeAkerfrom Speakerfrom
from the committee te 1 an additional additionalgain ItIoD8lpin additionalgain
gain in that It makes the committee committeemore eonmdtteemore committeemore
more independent In the case of the theproeont thepresent
present c e RUlllttee M iittee the Majority men menbars IIIbMs messlera tb61
bars seem to have beD selected with withthe wtththe withthe
I Irather
the view of their loyalty to the Speaker Speakerrather St Speakerrather
rather than because of their accurate accuratereflection accurateretleetlon accuratert5ecdon
reflection of the sentiment of the entire entireparty eotiret entireparty
party partyWhat What t do you think of the lag dfecueeiagof dlcue
of your letter sent to be read readt at the Jet Jefferson JeCfer Jetlemon ¬
lemon on Day dinner colonel colonr lT lTI
1 have noticed some newspaper com comJIMIIt cootmeat comment ¬
meat but do not know to what extent extentthe exteBtthe extentthe
the papers hav exaggerated the discus discussion discussine cu1II ¬
sine There was no reason to doubt doubtthe doubttJit doubtthe
the authenticity of the letter There Therewad TherewtWnothing Therewssnothing
wtWnothing wad nothing new or startling strtJln in ft It and andit aDdIt andlt
it Is hardly necessary for those who whofavored whofaVGled whofavored
favored the restoration restonL t1 of 0 silver to tosuppress touppr tOsuppress
suppress uppr their gratification that time timehas timha timehas
has completely vindicated that quanti quantitative quantitatlTe quantltative ¬
tative theory of money which was the thebafeis thebaSIs i ibIuis
baSIs of our contention contentionThe contentionThe I
The Republicans have enjoyed the theprcsdre Utepres theprtige
prcsdre pres e and emoluments ts of victory yict y MId atidther MIdtJMF andtheir
their should hoej not begrudge J s the pleas pleasure pIeasIII pleasore ¬
ure we find in the fact that t their ProM Presldenr PresIs ProMdeflt
denr is now c mpeliedto < admit that thatscarcity thatscarcity thatscarcity
scarcity of jnoney made low lidces pre voces He Henow Henow Henow
now contends that Increased IRCr coed prices were weremainly weremainly weremainly
mainly tae < to an increase in the cur currency eurPelKy curpenT ¬
penT and he nece Jle neceearily fiarily rily admits that thatlow 1I1tlnw thatlow
low prices w were re mainly due t te a lack de of ofmo ofmo ofmoney
mo mo ey ey
Net Asking Forgiveness ForgivenessThose Forgive1 PorgiveiessTonee ess essTJioee
Those Democrats who helped the Re HepubUcans RepuYeaas Repubhcaus
pubUcans in ISM ouf ought it to at least per permit per1IIIt jxrmit ¬
mit the regular Democrats to enjoy the thetlututji tlteT thevtnty
tlututji The T Democrats pemocrats wile supported supportedthe
the tfeteet Iet1 IN Us l > are perfectly willing wSlnngto wSlnngtotorKlY to toforgive i iforghre
forgive as they have abundantly shown shownthose shownthose own ownt1Io8e
those who abandoned abnndonedthe the vartv b bthey po pothey bthey
they are not asking for forgive forgivethemoclves t forgsvetthemnelves ve s sthem
themoclves them for supporting the party partyI partyBut partyBut
I But while higher prices throughout throughoutthe
the world art ar mainly due to t > the vol volume volume volurns ¬
ume of money prices are in many cases caseshigher caseshigher
higher h r in this country than they ought oughtto
to be be and the Republicans must accept acceptresponsibility acceptresponsibOfty acceptresponsibility
responsibility for the fact that the thetrusts thetrusts thetrusts
trusts and th the tariff Joa Ntc riiro raistd many manyI man manrt manylI1
I prices lI1 rt s beyond cind The normal ii irmal level It > fr
bands magazine JDe the WWe Awake Awaketo
to which Mrs Lottorftp I Jt p submitted sa her herfirst herfk herftst
first Little Peppers story This was as ac accepted aced Accopied ¬
copied ed and the editor asked a ed for more morewith morewftJI morewills
with the result Mrs Lothrap did twelve twelveserial twelYe8erial twelveserial
serial stories about the pranks o l the theMttJe theJlttle thelittle
little Peppers So popular did dldth these theseFive thOseprove Se SeKOye
prove that a book was 3eInOded ema ded aB aBFive aNti aNtiFIve
Five Little Peppers and 1d How Ho They TheyGrew TheyGfe TheYGrew
Grew Gfe was the result resultThe reeultThe resultbooks
The ° Pepper ° books do not represent representMrs
Mrs M Lothrops L s entire literary achieve achlevemenU achievemeatJ achievemeat
menU meat neither dose her work with the thescope thepen thepen
pen repr represent t by any means the entire enUrescope entirescope
scope of her activities She Shee te not only onlyon onlyone
on one of the most active of the Dough Daugntrs Dughtrs Doughtre
trs of the Revolution n in New York State Statebut StateIHIt Statebitt
but finds time to devote to the humani humanitarian 1ullUUlltarian lUfltLflItarlan ¬
tarian work to which the club women womenof WOIflIthat i iof
of ° that t city are re interested interestedTraces InterestedTraces interestedTraces
Traces Ancestry ABce tr to Mayflower MayflowerMrs
Mrs Andrew Kelsey Ga Gault U comes toj tojthe to toUte tothe
the congress COftgr from far away Omaha as asregent asregeBt asregent
regent of the Omaha chapter She Shetary Sheserved Sheserved
served for t three ree yenJ 8 8 State aeere aeeretary secretary
tary of the Daughters and Has b been beenacUYe beenactive en enactive
active in Oj U te work for a number ofj ofjyears of ofyears ofyears
years Mrs GuIlt boasts a distin distinguished dlBtlnnce dietingoished ¬
guished try nce and is eligible to the theDescendants thenUl theDescendants
Descendants nUl of the Mayflower Iay ower the theColonial tileeoaa1 theColonial
Colonial Dames mefI and to the Society of ofthe orthe ofthe
the United States Daughters htes ef IStt ISttShe 151Sbe iSliShe
She is a daughter cf tHe late Jus JOd < i St StJullen StJulleR StJulien
Jullen Cox who was prominent La n the theearly theearly heearly
early history of or Minnesota MinnesotaMrs XtaaeeotaXrs MinnesotaMrs
Mrs Bertha Lincoln Heuetie H ie I J40wa8 J40wa8eandklate Iewascandidate was wascandidate
candidate for vice president pre tdeat general of ofthe orthe ofthe
the national tJonal society of the Daughters Daughtersof
of the American Re Revolution olutlon and Is a awoman aWOIDA awoman
woman of personal magnetism eti as well wellae welllIUuual wellas
ae unusual executive ability She spent spenther spentleer
her early girlhood bood In Canton China Chinawhere Chinwhere Chinawhere
where her father t th ther r was at that time con consul consri ¬
sri but lived for several fJrI years before beforeher beforeher eforeher
her marriage here in Washington inhere inhereshe ihereshe nere nereshe
she has a large following among allt nJ the theDaughters tMDaught theDaughters
Daughters Daught She first came into promi prominence promlnetMe peomi500cc ¬
nence at the national congress 888 of the theDaughters tbeDaugbtertll theDaughters
Daughters by the son songs s contributed by byher byher byher
her to the program her fine De voice at attracting attracUDft attrading ¬
trading much attention attentionMrs attentIOnXr attentionMts
Mrs HeutL > s a member of a large largenumber largeJlumbr largenumber
number of womens orjcanloai organtzaiIons organtzaiIonsamong nba1IoIuJ nba1IoIuJa k > nn nnamong
among a which bleb are the Colonial Dames Damesthe Damesthe I It
the t League of f American Penwomen Pen women the theSociety thfoof theSociety
Society of Iowa I wa Musicians Xu lc lns and the theDnbnqn tbeDubaqwa theDubnqu
Dnbnqn Womans lob and will at attend attend attend ¬
tend the t biennial convention C vflttlon of Wo Womens Wo1DeII8 Wemens ¬
mens Club in Cincinnati as a ieiexate ieiexateD JeI lelegateShe te teShe
She has been three times regent ent 0 her herD herft
D ft A R chapter ha1rt and before her elec election electiost ¬
tion te that office served as a vice regent regentAMERICANS re regentAMERICANS < ent entAMERICANS
NAPLES April BThe Rfht R ht Rev RevGeorge
George A Guertin bop of Man Manchester MILacbMtM ¬
chester N H and the several hundred hundredAmericans hundredAmericans
Americans who are accompanying Mm Mmon
on a sightseeing ghtMoMft trip left today t for forRome
Rome where they win Wi be received by
the Pope Later they Mil visit lt the
PEORIA lit April M U1Ii8ky Wfcfeky has hasdropped h81 hasdropped
dropped to I iie owing to the rate war warthat warthat
that independent distillers are waging wagingon
on the alleged aJ trust Price tava he 3 bean beancut beeRcut beencut
cut flv fiva cent in the last five days aye
Governments Alleged Plan PlanSaid PlanSaid PlanSaid
Said to Have Already AlreadyBegun AlreadyBeg AlreadyBegun
Begun BegunVTKtKA BegunVINA n nA
VTKtKA A April MaH advises a Yieee from fromKieff freMK fromKieff
Kieff Rues K Reessin reaching r88dd here tOAajr t tell teUC telleC toilet
eC C the terrible hardships iogfete oa oacntioR ellJews enJews
Jews and the bel DBI beginning of the terse tersecotleR pornocutiee
cntioR which the Russian government governmentplane governmentans
plane ans to bring to a climax on April AprilIn S SIn SIn
In the expulsion of UW Jews J ewa and their theirfamilies theirfamilies theirfamilies
families April AprilS 38 is Thursday in the theHoly eHoly theHoly
Holy Week of the Russian church It Itis ItIII itIs
is feared massacres maIIfIaC will follow followWhile folloWhile follo folloWhile
While preparations are being nade nadeby r1adeby rtadeby
by the government erDment under the direc direction dcctlon dLcctine ¬
tine of Premier Stolypin for one of the theharshest t thantbest theharshest
harshest campaigns cam against the Jell Jetvgundertaken Jellundertaken Jewsundertaken
undertaken In years the first erueltixtg erueltixtghave erueltthave crneItishave
have already occurred occurrerThough occu occurredThough
Though TJao h it is declarer1 that tb Jews JewBhaving J Jewshaving eWH eWHharing
having a legal right t te live In TUett TUettwill Jetr Jetrwill rr rr1fI
will 1fI not be molested It is beHevM the thegeneral tbee thegeneral
general e eral movement mov meDt will I be made to cover coveran coveran
an attack on them too Many of the theothers theothers
others seeking eekln medical attention in inKieff InKlett InKIeff
Kieff have been forced to flee the city cityFor cityFor cityFor
For days it has been no uncommon sight sightto
to see bandaged or crippled d Jews Jewsdragged 3 Jewsdragged ews ewsdr
dragged dr gecl through the streets by police policeThe poilceOtt u uon
on their way to a farclcal hearing
The Government has absolutely ig ignored ignored Igrsored ¬
nored protests from Christians acting actingunofficially Ct Ctuno actingunofficially
unofficially uno the stock exchange exchft e and the themerchants themerebant8 themerchants
merchants guild guildTO guildTO iIcL iIcLTO
BERLIN April AprJl1tAn If ItAn An appeal to Thee Theei The Theedore
i oore dore Roosevelt to speak for Intercession IntercessionIn
In behalf of tbe Jews marked for expul expulsion ¬
mon by Russia Ia on April 28 2S S is sued inedby netl
by Influential Jewish societies u in individuals Indlrlduals IndisIduals ¬
dividuals dividualsIt
It is 1 reported that a petition to t him himis himis
is being prepared bare b e for or presentation presentationto
to him before the date set setInformation setIntonntion setInformation
Information iiceived from rom St IKerburg IKer eterg etergburg
burg and f trem rcm Kieff is to the effect e < that tnattbe tbtthe thatthe
the crusade against a nst the Jews i is to be beundertaken beundertaken beundertaken
undertaken with all possible harshness harshnessPIRST harshnessFIRST harshnessFIRST
VAJ YALPARA1SO PARAISO Chile April 30 19The 19Thefirst iThefirst The Thefirst
first passenger train was nm through throughthe
the transAndine tunnel today todayDIMES todaybIhlESTO todaybIME
YORK Pa pa April 19 DMore More than J100 J100in 1000In iOOO iOOOIn
in dimes d will help build a new church churchfor churchfor churchfor
for the Ridge Avenue Methodic t Con Congregation Congretatlon Congregadon ¬
gregation of this city Members have havepledget havepltdgffi havepledgeti
pledget themselves theC1 lve5 to lay I away a vw IiY 10 10cent locents
cent < each h for a period of 56 e weeks w weksI weeksI ks kstO
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Request That Resolution Be BeReported BeR BeReported
Reported R ported Favorably or orUnfavorably orUnfavorably orUnfavorably
Unfavorably UnfavorablyBefore I IDetere
Before the Senate Committee C OB Woo Wooman Wo Woman Women ¬
man Suffrage repre representatives entath ef the Na KatioBal Natlo Natlonat
tioBal Squat Suffrage Association for fortwo tortwo fortwo
two hours this thi morning advanced rea reasons reaSOBS roeEons ¬
sons why women should be given the theballot thebRJlot theballot
ballot ballotAt bRJlotAt ballotAt
At the dose of the hearing Dr Anna Annaaiavr ADnaShaW AnnaSkew
ShaW president of the organization organizationurged organlzatIonurged organizationurged
urged the committee tee to at least report reportthe reportt reportthe
the t e resolution far a SU suffrage rage amend amendment amendmeat amendmeat ¬
meat mentWe meataIk
We a aIk c that fMIr our bill may 1II y be re reported reported yeported ¬
ported said Dr Shaw favorably If Ifyou ItOU Ifyou
you OU can but unfavorably if you must mustand mustand mustanti
and give It a chance to be dtocuse IJc IJcSenatot d15cus4d d15cus4dSenator d dSenator
Senator clay of Georgia chairman chlLk HIJI of ofthe ort ofthe
the t e committee promised the auffragista auffragistathat U Uthat
that the cooimitt e e would media a short shorttime shortUme shorttime
time and give serious eonsWeratioB con to tothe tothe tothe
the petition of the t suffragist and said saidhe saidhe saidhe
he hoped to secure a rejx report rt one way way or oranother orBOttler oranother
another BOttlerMDliaery Millinery ea Display DisplayThe DiaplayThe DisplayThe
The hearing was held ia one of the tbelar t tlarge thelarge
large lar e halls of the Senate iSlet < build bttildIng lMttlag buildlieg
Ing ag and was attended by an audience audiencef aw fe cf cfof
of f women young oM and middle middlea w middleaged dle dlegfHl
aged a gfHl ed all gowned ht their best rat ralntent raJDteftt ratmeat
meat The admirable display Y of mil millinery mUlissery 11 11UIMrY ¬
linery attracted no leas 1 notice Uee than thanthe t thanthe u ut
the t e forceful presentation pre eatlltJea of argu argumenta argats argomeats
meats mentaA ts tsA
A lon long r list of speakers ad4roa a addressed od the thecommitteeL tMCOIIIJldttee thecommittee
committeeL each one was introduced introducedby
by Dr Shaw ShawMrs SMtwln ShowMrs
Mrs Katherine K W McCulloeh an at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney of Chicago was u the first speak speaker
er Sh She va was followed follow by D Mrs Evelyn EvelynGano EvelynOano EvelynGene
Gene a school < bool teacher of Sew York York5he Yorkthe YorkSb
5he Sb empha etnphabsd teed the discrimination dbterimlnationafalnst discriminationaust tlon tlont
afalnst aust t the omen e teachers to New NewYork Newy NewYork
York y 0Jk 9fc h asked if tilt would w Uld prevail prevailif An AnIt
if the Jjttfc w WOllll < KTHn tettrners there had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the ballot Mr 04 taste declared the pre present prepoUded proseat ¬
eat political status made for false e stand standaril tJLad1 tJLad1Wmea ptjards
aril arilstetan
ardsWomen Women at D DinadvantaZe DinadvantaZeMrs 4v311t3ge 4v311t3geADD
Mrs > ADD Bt 0 Ch ChsidaD Chlcstge a phy physan
stetan san spoke for f the medical profession professionand sloB sloBI sloBand I
and toM of the Itt itteadvanta dlssdvantagss es wu wumm WIJntIIft s smen
mm pracUtloAerB rs labored ored under by lack lackof JaekoC Jackof
of police protection protectionThere protectionThere protectionThere
There aint no ten rominandmcnta rominandmcntaIn aR II illunts illuntsla
In Chicago after S odock te the morn morning IItOrnlag mornlag ¬
lag said Mrs ra Blount to a fashion that thatcaused thateau thatcaused
caused the committee tc smtte smtteMrs JlllllteIrs stallsMrs
Mrs Ellen Spencer Mussey spoke for forthe fortb forthe
the college con e women wosne an4 aar told of her visit visitto visitto lt ltto
to Norway NorwayMrs NorwwJKr NorwayMrs
Mrs Mrame Reynolds of New York Yorkmen Yorktold Yorktold
told oC tAe large number of J WIppcr WIppcrJDeII nwapaperseen
men and writers write who had signed the thepetition theftltlon thepetition
petition for suffrage IIU She mentioned mentionedrk mentionedMark
Mark arlt rk Twain and a nd a long list of dieting distinguished dtett dtettu dietingulebed ¬
uished u authors authorsMrs authorLXIlL authorsMrs
Mrs Rachel Foster Avery YeIY Brst t vice vicepresident vteeJtIwet vicepresident
president was the next speaker ker Wedo Wedo We Weoo
do DOt bag we ask f tr r a favorable re report re report report ¬
port from your committee said she sheDr HeDr sheDr
Dr Shaw Makes Appeal AppealDr AppeaLDr
Dr Anne A Shaw eioscd cloe the bearto bearing for forthe forwz forthe
the suffragists wz with a fervent appeal appealfor appealtor appealfor
for the tb ballot She said the only way waythe w wtbf waythe
the woman had to express exJW their wish wishfor wUtor wishfor
for the ballot to Congress Ccni was through throughpetition throaghe throughpetition
petition e OI and K members JUutl refused to topresent topr topresent
present pr t the petition their etr voice could couldI co couldnot l4l l4lnot
not beheardI be beheard he8nL he8nLDr
I Dr Slaw baw answered ere4 tm p arguments argumentsof
of the antl antrnsVragists sugragiate that H would be beInterference heIn beinterference
Interference In denlllCe with the rights ef the tbeStates theState theStaten
States to grant t the suffrage su to women womenShe womenSite womenShe
She declared that if that were true K Kwas kWBo8 itwee
was tile method of oflntert interference that had hadalways ha haalways hadalways
always given YeII men the suffrage au in this thiscountry icounUT thiscountry
country countryShe counUTShe countryShe
She ridiculed the Mea of the anti aatisuffragists Dttu1rrasi8ts antisuifragists
suffragists that suffrage should not be begiven De8kea begiven
given WORK as s It would admit a alarge alarge alarge
large nonogbtmg tIn force f of people to tothe totM tothe
the ballot She reminded u the committee eoaunIrtoethat committeethat comnrfttoethat
that the world had been struggling 8 for forcenturies foreoturtes forcenturies
centuries to get out of th the domInatIon aonttnattoaof
of military power and that this was wasno itaaItO wasno
no long longr a military Uttar age ageDr aseDr ageDi
Dr Stew told of tbe folds of labor laborinto Jborto laborInto
into to which women had been forced ror by bymen bymen bymen
men and saM by reason J4I8OnofUltID8I1 J4I8OnofUltID8I1owec1 of that men menowed menowed
owed them tbe t ballot that they might mightprotect mightpI mightprotect
protect pI themselves t ITe and their homesHeue homesHouse homes homesHesse
House Committee C Hearing HearingTbe
The heartajr before the House Com Committee ComKtee Cornmtttee ¬
mittee Ktee began with tth a statement by Rep Representative RepreIeDtathe Represientatlve ¬
resentative Rocker of Colorado author authorof
of the Joint otht resolution proposing an anamendment anlDeadmeBt anamendment
amendment to tbe Constitution giving givingwomen givIngwomen givingwomen
women the teht of franchise traD < hi5e He ex explained explaiDed cxplatned ¬
plained the working of the law giving givingthw givinbU givingthe
the suffrage to women in Colorado ColoradoUtah ColoradoUtall ColoradoUtah
Utah Wyoming and Idaho and de declared de declar dodared ¬
dared clar that It had produced excellent re results resuluJ resuits ¬
suits Mr Rucker made a strong plea pleahi pleaIn e eIn
In behalf < 9l rf hi h resolution resolutionChairman resolutionChairman oR oRCbaInDaa
Chairman Parktr Park then recornized r 1Rd Miss MissFkwvnce lhu lhuFkwnce i8s i8sFIootce
Fkwvnce Kelly of New York who was wasto wasto wasto
to make > the opening and closing closingspeeches closingJlpCeCbe closingspeeches
speeches iu b debate She read a state statement statement statemesit ¬
ment concerning coaeer the petitions forward forwarded ¬
ed to Congress Co sa asking IDe for legislation in inbehalf inbebalf Inbehalf
behalf of women ana D gave ave a brief his history ht8tory history ¬
tory of the woman suffrage movement movementand mo movementend ement ementDd
and told of the progress pr esa it had made madeduring madeduri madeduriag
during duri the last sixtytwo years yearsShe yearsShe yearsShe
She then introduced Mrs Susan TVFitzgerald WFitzgerald W WJotzgenJd
Fitzgerald of Boston who spoke spokebriefly spokebrietly spokebriefly
briefly but earnestly of th proposed proposednational proposednational proposednational
national legislation that will give wom women women wornen ¬
en the right to vote and which also will willprotect Willprotect willprotect
protect their interests as under pres present present proseat ¬
ent conditions bany baD of th natural oc occupations oceupaUons cccupations ¬
cupations of women IeI1 she declared have havebeen baebeen havebeen
been taken from them themlBd themIlHlersed themIndersed
lBd IlHlersed rsed By Labor LaborArthur LaberArthur LaborArthur
Arthur HoMer of New ew York repre representing repreDt representing ¬
senting Dt the American Federation of La Laour LaYour LaYour
Your our ourAsk Boy BoyA
Ask A sk your doctor how often he pre prescribes prescribes prescribes ¬
scribes an alcoholic stimulant for forchildren forchildren forchildren
children He will probably probablysarVery probablysarVeryvery say Very Veryvery Veryvery
very rarely n Ask him how often he heprescribes heprescribes heprescribes
prescribes a tonic for them He will willprobaWy willprobably willprobably
probably answer Very very fre frequently7 frequently frequently ¬
quently Ayers Sarsaparilla is a astrong 1strong Istrong
strong tonicentirely free from fromalcohol fromalcoholNo alcohol alcoholNo alcoholNo
No simulation n No alcohol hallL Ak Akyour A Agour Askpour
your doctor about Ayers Sanaparilla at a aIonic alonlcfor aIonkfor
Ionic lonlcfor for the young fc tJ tJAlways Ar Si
Always AlwaysSay
Say SayCharge
Charge ChargeIt
Census Bureau Bu eau Data Thus Far Collected Indicates That ThatHotel ThatH ThatHotel
Hotel H tel Official Will Carry Off First Honors in inThis inThis inThis
This Direction
Although a young y maa a Frank FrankBight FrankHJght
Bight manager of the New Wfttard WfttardHotel WtUardHotel WWardHOtel
Hotel is Hk Mkoiy < y t 18 bold th tIN distraction distractionof dl
of being the aead of the largest est family familyin
in Washington WashingtonThis VashlngtflGTltie
This important fact te to be decided decidedby
by the Census Office which Is now en engaged eIIsaged engaged ¬
gaged hz collecting the population data datain dMin d din
in the National Capital the returns Dli at atwhich otwhich Of Ofwhich
which thus far indicate that Mr HJgiit HJgiitwill Hightwilt t tIt
will It carry off the honors honorsThis OftOnThl bettorsThis
This distinction is because of Ms poet position poettlon P0S4tion ¬
tion as manager of the theJarge largest t dwelling dwellingla dweWnhi
la Washington in taking the census censusno ceIUIUno I
no provision Pi o ieIoa ie made for hotels hotelplaces hotelsplaces the theplaces
places are enumerated as dwellings and andthe dthe andthe
the manager or proprietor is put down dOWflas i iirons
as the bead of the fIII family y and the pa patrons patrons I
trons of the house 00 are recorded recordedIoders as asloders s slodsers
lodersBTank lodsers lodsersBlank I
BkRk Blank enumeration eR teratSon slips have been beenleft beenleft
left with Mr Might H bt and all other tel hotsmanager 1IiI telDND8genJ tel telmanagers I
manager to be ailed out by the pa patrons patrons ¬
trons tro and these among amo g the latter who wholive whoYe wholive I
live In ether ot or communities OOIIIIII The T e latter latterber latterher latterher
her read a resolution paused pa MHl by that thatassociation Uatae thatassociation
association ae indotstng woman WOIDIUIReJKesentatlve snJCrage snJCrageRepresentative sukrs5ORepresentative <
Representative Clayton of Alabama Alabamaasked AIa AIaked AIabu AIabuasked
asked ked if the suffrage question loD was w not notone tODe ROtone
one for the States to decide to which whichMr whichIII whichMr
Mr Holder replied that tha the States could couldact coIdact
act without awaiting action ac OII by Con Congreets Colteu Congress I
greets eu but t the paeege p of the joint rose resotutkm oJatloR roselutloti
tutkm pending before the committee committeewould cemittwould I
would be aj example pIe to the whole na JIatlon fl fltioll i itkm
tkm and the States would follow quick quickly qulckr quickTMrs ¬
ly lyMrs
Mrs rrs Elizabeth Ccauff of Ohio alatoHBte as assented aSseated ¬
seated that women and girls hi hichance Kve DO DOcbaDC nochance
chance with their brothers in the matter matterof tter tteror
of wage earning < and cannot command commandthe eoat eoattlte
the same wages WJ for the same w work rk for forthe forthe forthe
the reason that a woman is not a recog recogntaed reiCOlnbed recognined
ntaed citizen The Th only onl way in which whichto
to correct this evil she said was to toextend toextetMI toextend
extend the franchise to women WOIIMIIIXn womenMrs womenMrs
Mrs Raymond Robinson on of Chicago ChicagosaM Ch ChMid Chicagoeald
saM it Is essential that th women have the theballot tilebIIot theballot
ballot if they are to bring about reforms reformsin
in economical ee field Ids because they could couldthen eoaldtlteft eouldthen
then obtain recognition from tr the po political 0party ¬
litical = party In control of the Govern GovernA9 Governscent t tActie
A9 scent fkt
Action Is Urged Urgedappealing U UrgedMrs rge4l rge4lIre
Ire Harriet Taylor U tTpimsa of Ohio 0Id0save Ohiogave
save special inter hstereit tt to Ow bearing 1ty 1tyaJlng byappealing
appealing to the committee to act one onetKtens GeewaY onewar
waY or Ute other aDd ROt permit Ute pe petJtJoDB pe petitlous
tKtens to die in stlenclL aieft JIM 3 be desned the tJteeommktee thecommittee i icommKtee
committee to give pv Hn reasons why k is isoppeted illPPMed isopposed
opposed to suffrage IT It te I so opposed oppoeedShe oppoendShe opposedShe
She aak liked d this go that the country may maybe maybe 1 1b
be enabled liIed to answer this opposition In hiRs inIt I
Rs It own way For years 7 she 1ev said id the theHouse theHouse I
House committee on judiciary has been beensilent beenlIIIewt beensilent
silent on the subject U t She now appealed appealedto
to the committee COIDtt in the th name of wife wifehood wifehood wifehood
hood to take some action actionMiss actlcmXtA actionMiss
Miss Florence FJor Kelly closed the hearing heariD heariDtor <
for the women WO teB by urging the committee committeeto
to give careful consideration COI to the peti petition petlttolL petitltns ¬
tion ttolLReprc
Representative Reprc entatJn Henry of Texas aed aedMrs as d edMrs
Mrs 111 Key K y if she he expected the States Stateswould SttNwould Sttewould
would be influenced by the action of ofCongress ofCongress C CCo
Congress gns in submitting the proposed proposedConstitutional propreedConstitutional
Constitutional amendment to give w < in inen Inen nien
en the rights of suffrage IIUtrr e lie U said m mnuestionably 11fJ nquestionably
questionably fJ lonablY it would bring the result resultabout tftIUI1about resultabout
about speedily Y although alt b she b recognised recognisedthat recognisedthat sd sdthat
that the State had the power to give givethem gIethem givethem
them suffrage Ilutr e without action by Con Congress 011 011gTe8 ¬
gress gressMiss
Miss 111 5 Phoebe Cousins appeared before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the committee in opposition to woman wemaauCrage monscasutCrage womansuffrage
suffrage She said she was the original originalsuffragist ortglaallJUa originalsuitragist
suffragist lJUa and had studied the question questionfor quetloDtor questionfor
for more than twentyfive years Her Herconversion HfTcenver Herconversion
conversion on had been stew and a cl it was WIiher washer wasber
her experience that led her to believe betteveit
it would W be a great error to give woman womanthe 1 1tbe womanthe
the ballot
ballotNigJit Night Session SesGfeaThe SeHiGThe SessionThe
The session Inst ms night ht was waslargely coveted covetedlargely dOtosllargely
largely to showing MOW the results which the thesuffrage thenf thesuffrage
suffrage nf association has attained attainedthrough attabaedthroufh attainedthrough
through the th circulation of literature literatureMrs literaturers literatureMrs
Mrs rs Francis Squire Potter read a pa paper JNLJer paper ¬
per prepared bv Mynt Strawn Harts Hartshorns Harthom Hartshorse ¬
horns who ho is in charge of that branch branchof
of suffrage work but who ho was un
will be enuraerrated there t ece and will not notbe notbe notbe
be counted in the peputatton of Wash Washington WashOrthe b bIIIct ¬
ington ingtonFor IIIct R I IFor
For Orthe the big family honors DOni T7il William WlUlamCaUo Williamcatto am amCatto
Catto manager gel af the Cairo apartment apartmentis
is running a dose race with Manager Managernight Manasermpt ManagerEight
night mptBeprdln EightRrdIng nightRegarding
Regarding < the word of the census censusenumerators CeDnmeuumeraton censusenumerators
enumerators officials of the census of office ofSee ofee ¬
See ee said today that the indications are arethat arethat arethat
that the population of Washington Washlogtonrecorded as asrecorded asrecorded
recorded bv b the Census Office will be besomewhat beIMnDewhat besomewhat
somewhat less eM than tho census taken takenduring takend takenduring
during d the past year by the Police De Department Depar Dopariment ¬
par AI is predicted that the Cen Census Cenomee CenSue ¬
Sue Office record will show the local localpopulation Joealpopulation localpopulation
population 10 be at Wast tea thousand thousandless aDclthan thousandJeg
less than at recorded by the police poMeeIt
It is pointed out that the police made mademany JRA4iemaR7 mademany
many duplications ne in Diking the con census consag ¬
sag and recorded hundreds of tran tranteata tranIdentM trsnabuts
abuts and others who will 1I1 not be berecorded ber bereeorded
recorded r by the Census Office OfficeAt OfficeAt OfficeAt
At the rate In which the enumerators enumeratorsare
are gathering their rats W S Brooph Broophton BlOQhton Broughton
ton supervisor for Washington is satin satisfied satined tie tieaecI ¬
fied ed that everything will be cleared up upon upoa upon
on schedule time te April Aprilable prlI prlIable M Mable
able to be present t on account of iU iUMton 11IMM UIness
ness nessMiss
Miss Grace Strachan president pr t of the theTrterborouirJi UteJ theltterborousth
TrterborouirJi J Teachers Aaeedatton eC eCXew eCiew ofNew
New York told of the fight gbt that has hasbean liasDeon hasboon
bean made hi that State for e equal < l pay payfor payt payfor
for t men and women teachers teachersMrs tedterifni teachersMrs
Mrs James T Lee e LaIdlaw president of eltile ofthe ofthe
the woman suffrage 8U < e party of N Xw > w York Yorkdetailed YorkdetalIeo1 Yorkdetailed
detailed the work that ha haft c b bf4ft en dore dorethere doretbfore dorathere
there in behalf of womacs tights rifcbtsIt bta btaIt
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