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Our a aaiahle tab a aad versatile fried Mvieiisri Mr MrlUehari
lUehari H H GoUeboroagh general oo oosel com comsel COMIIset
sel of tie he Washington w Gas Light I Com Company Company Company ¬
pany has Mea exphuaiag a to the tIIeaoe tIIeaoeDistrict House HouseDistrict HoeeDistrict
District OoBUwittee the theory oa whieh whiehit eh ehit
it is possible to inflate aapib capitaliiatioa capitaliiatioawithout tioa tioawitJloat oa oawithout
without iaflatiag ida indaii g it Mr Goldsboroegh Goldsboroeghis
is one of our kadiag hmatoriste albeit albeitgaiae aAeitbe albattbe
be hu h a preserved a mo edeethe eetIft tII8 tII8galee dMgu1ee
gaiae for a loop tone toneIn eIn timeIn
In 1903 the gas cxwaaaj femed a 100 100per 100per 100per
per cent dividend 1dend in certificate of ofdebtedaeaa ia iade iadebtedese
debtedaeaa de te i without t any 1 oo comrideratJen comrideratJenwhatever aiderUomwhatever hratioll hratiollwh
whatever wh tever Mr GoMaberoagfc GoId GoId bsruagk placed on onthe CIathe osthe
the stead Mr Sanford WlutweU tweIIof aa asofficer aaofficer
officer of eer of of o the couipaav y The Thequent sub sabse sabsequent e equent
quent exphuiatioa of the statusof tatas of the thecertificate tilecertiiicat theeertillcate
certificate t i 8 given thus t ia Mr Goids Goidsboronghs GoIdrborougts Goldsbotoaghs
boronghs report of the proceedings as aspublished asp aspablisbed
published p lished in the ga gas eoinpaya fftpti yj adrer adrertteoraeats a4ert ad er ertisaleats
tteoraeats t in the aewapaaera aewapaaeraMr newapapers newapapersMr
Mr Gokujborougfa GoldM orougb asked the wlin8 wit witness wttne88 ¬
ness whether that dlvId dividend d made the thestockholders tilestockholcer thestockholders
stockholders any richer Mr Whit Whitwell WbItwell Whitwell
well replied that each got an extradence extra extIdfTJdeDc extradivided
divided or tl per share ba an evi evidence evidence
dence of debt due practically or hnn JdDIself hnnslf hh hhself
self to himself himselfMr hbnsetfMr himselfhlr
Mr GoidsborouahCan GoidsborouKto GoIdBbo Can a amake ana anamake sanmake
make himself richer rtcb r by byto iiaiupis note noteto notesto
to himself or selling < Ws own ownred notes notessecured aotet aotetsecured
secured red upon Ms c csomebody own property 1ft 0pertJ to tof0 tosomebody
f0 somebody or anybody else at par parDY or orbv orby
bv cashing ca his own 0 notes notesMr DOtes1fr notestr
Mr tr WhitwellI I think not notMr DOtMr notMr
Mr Goldsborongn Gold boroU bA bAoWYred A man who whoowned whoowned
owned onetenth of the stock cot cotcertificates cetrti6cates gotcerti5cates
certificates for OSMW C8 1A but his stock stockwas IItock1QIS Mockycat8
was ptact practically ally mortgaged for that thatnot tIaatmOUnt ibatamount
mOUnt war 11 It DOt ao that be was wasl10t wagnot
not substantially any better off thou taasabefore uaMfore thoubefore
before was h hMr be belr beMr
Mr Whitwell WhitwellNo No No sir He simply simplyhad simpbrhad simplyhad
had an evidence of the appreciation appreciationof
of his investment i invest neR and ttJat ttJatan thats about aloatan aboutall
an there was to 1C 1CWhich ItWhi it itWhisk
Which isjust is just as plain IIaiposibly as aajthiag aajthiagpossibly anythiagpossibly
possibly could be isnt it There was ao norime aorime JIOrimf
rime or reason in iselq issuing b those certifi certificates CJeti8t8 ceertifirates ¬
rates t8 tfS they made ao stockholder richer richeror
or poorer The stockholder st r ia sabstaace sabstaaceissued sbstaDOeicased Me Meiued
issued a mortgage agaiimi his etntiiy etntiiyand ecprityand egattyand
and put the mortgage in his pocket pocketThe poeketThe pocketThe
The stockholder would be no better betteroff betteroff betterofi
off by that tranroctka Ua hot for forte the fact factthat faetthat factthat
that the company cop ay thereafter t fter paid the theane tileold thesaute
saute old rate of dividead OH the tileand stock stockcertificates stockand
and ia addition paid 6 pr e Oft 1 1cerfificais the thecertificates
certificates To aay yut thai the issue of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the certificates made the stock worth worthby wortlt1ff worthleg
leg > > by the amount of the certificates is isnot isnot isnot
not correct btcauoe nee the stock has hasnotoriously JtasnotoricMlsly basnotoriously
notoriously been g getting more aid aadby aIIdmore aidmore
more valuable ever since as iwHeated iwHeatedby idieaatedby
by its quotation tpeta Oll OK the Wsl Waahzagfeai WaahzagfeaiStock W W8todc iugtna iugtnaMock
Stock Exchange KxehaJlceHoweYel ExchangeHowever lxehaageHowever
However for the jauaones r of the thepresent tileprP5eJlt thepreent
present argmaeai eat we are willing wiII to totake 11take totake
take Mr GokUkorough at his word wordHe worcIHe wordIle
He instate that the stockholders t Mee MId boidrs eovJd eovJdgain IIWgaia ottuidgain
gain aothiag by Mortgagiag rg their theirjnperty iJIrirJrcperty theirj
jnperty j re + perty to themselves themselvesAH t
AH 11 right t That is s jest what wIIatCoudFfY the theCoudrey theGrudrey
Coudrey resolution designs to toIr prevent preventMr
Mr Ir GoUsborowgh Gold says there H is coding codingill othhigMI
MI ill > 11 it for the stockholders we any anyfor MythfTP v vthere
there is nothing in it for f the people peopleeverybody peopIeferybody peopleeverybody
everybody seems agreed We respeet aeapeettuiiy respeetfuiiy peett1lliy
fuiiy suggest t to the eoauatttee that thatith tbatwith batwith
with ith the gas conpaays oo ipeays lawyer thus thiscommitted thuscommitted tIIuseOmmidecl
committed to the exact policy of tie tieresolution 1Mreeo1ttioll thereeointion
resolution there is iAgaiJIiI nopoenible ao poaaible reason reasonagainst reanoaagainet
against its it itYou passage passageYou passageYou
You will ill obeerre that the eases saes are areexactly auexaeUy areexaetly
exactly parallel The Goudrey reso resolution IeIOIutioa rnolution ¬
lution prohibits issue of bands ItoIIdato exeept exeeptto e x e eto
to rai rake e money actually i iImsinese needed ia tile tilebUI thehuainess
Imsinese bUI DeM that is l7 it prahaiite say Y dis distribution dmtribut distnbuties ¬
tribution eA of surplus through fk issue of ofbonds ofbondS ofbonds
bonds or r w eertifieatcs Mr Mrbrings Gotdsborough Gotdsboroughbrings Soldsbenoaghbrings
brings out that suck a distribotion di is isworth iswort iswortb
worth wort nothing to the themerelY stockholder stockholderjnercly stodc older oldermerely
merelY mortg sortgtigee ges his own property ia iafavor iafayor infavor
favor of himeetf Consequently CD HX tl there therecan tIIenca thereesan
can ca be no jiuuaiblt xua ssen oa for H HLet it itLet itLet
Let us exaariae ex me the curious argu argunwntatfre aquJltat argumentatbe =
nwntatfre Jltat e hole into which Mr Golds Goldsborough GoIdsborouP Goldsborough
borough has crawled In M03 the gas gascompaar pseOMpaay gascompmy
compaar iocued 160 per cent of eer eertihcates certiticates ntitiates
tihcates of debt sad distributed them themto eto themto
to its stockholders pro rata In Itlfl Itlflihe 1110the
the 1 he gas company eom mny ay wants to repeat that thatperformance t1aatperfon thatperfornanee
performance perfon ce Mr GoJdsborough Go > 115 says saysthe says saysthe saysthe
the distribution tli8 OIt of 1903 ulunt help the thestockholders thestoekJlolden thestockbolders
stockholders wasat worth a dollar to tothem tothe tothem
the them added nothing to and took noth nothing aiDg nothing ¬
ing from the value of their t property piopeityAll propertyAll tY tYAll
All right t Mr Goidnhoranga GoY DI If that
100 per cent ee dividend in 1963 l wssuft wssuftworth WUt0ItIk wasntworth
worth 0ItIk anythiag to anybody umtfiaul aeeeredwhy umtfiaulwhy d dJiy
why Jiy dmuM the gas eompany y be M Manxmue II IIaItX soanxious
anxmue anxious to pull dd on aaoCher like it cowl ar1mneni cowlOw
0 your own k6 + rauent mneni 1 Mr i4 Golda Goldaborough aw8e Goldsboroatgii
borough there ie no encase fur you to tooppose tittile tooopose
oppose flu e Cbujdieyreuamtiaa CbujdieyreuamtiaaWe e71JW ruolliior ruolliiorWe
We W trust that the i Distriet rrst fimmifflfii fimmifflfiiwiU ContoiUeewill tA tAw
will J ressgaiss tile jwetioe erf tIIi tIIiMr view viewaft
Mr GJlnu dgborough says a 1 101y1N 101y1Ntt
distribution in 1803 was sot worth any anything anything BY BYthing ¬
thing to the stockholders stockholdersIf
If so so a 5JOOooo 6009000 5 00000 dietrboioa dietrlb u iion in m 1810 1810would 1110tIIGaId 1910would
would not be wortk anything aJl to toThen t mThea themThe
Then The why not pass l the Cwadrey Ce rose resoIntion reelatio roselntioa
Intion and stop it itSome itSome t tSoMe
Some of as who have va seen see inflation infiaUoagrabs JdIaUoup1 inflationgrabs
grabs and studied them have nave doubts oovbtsabout Qovbtsabo8t doubtsabout
about the e ew tir candor of Mr GoWs GoMJss GddsbeOgks GoWsborougks
borougks s argwaeat H argtuent eat But we need needworry needWOITJ needworry
worry no more about that Mr MrGods MrGodsbot Golds Goldsborough GoIdsJRits
borough bot mgk imnuts admits that t ere t is nothhrf BO BO1M to tobe tobe
be gained by wouing more cwtineates cwtineatesao iAeateLl iAeateLltte
ao the argument seems to be ended 8IMIedW1Iy endedWhy onnedWhy
Why not take Mr Gomsboreugk G k at atGETTING atis athis
is ward aM pass the cIrey rew rewhItioa resehrtioli
hItioa hrtioliGETTING t tGE
Those who have been bee bemoaning the thehysterical UteIIy8terioal thebysteriaal
hysterical speed at which w e modern modernAmericn J 04lenAmerica modernAnierion
America is traveling tnIeJi in i business in insociety issociety
society in the borne in + the divorce divorcecourts divorce divorcecoarta dinrrcecourts
courts in the pursuit of pleasure and andin a am aadIs
in all the other branches M of our latter fcvtterday latterday
day life life are respectfully ruspecti 1y referred to tothe totlte tothe
the following wholesome item of news newswhich newswladt
which has gone the rounds of the Washigfoa Wash Washington WasBewsp ¬
ington newspapers ewsp s within a the last few fewdays fewdays
days daysVeteran daysVeteraA daysVMeraa
Veteran soldiers and elderly ladies will willengage willIn wisome
engage In a ne eecUetJlrg dletlir adn and ell poneilsharpenintr elltIIaalpeaIJt pencilsharpening
sharpening contest t at the reunion of the theLegion tAeLetcIo theLogics
Legion of oCIoya1 Loyal Women to be heN at attno utb8 atthe
the han of the organisation 419 Tentk Tentkstreet Tentkthe TTenthatrebt
eveninorganization eveninorganizationMay
street the evening g of MayIs May MayIs 2 2Js
Is not this refreshing Bg 1 Picture the Uteeeae theuoene thescene
scene i aie hieh win be unfolded ia the therooms t1teroos therooms
rooms of the Loyal Women as n Monday Mondayevening Mo Mondayevening da1l1te
evening The dear old ladies competing competingwi OOIIIpetiwifk competingwith
with wi h each other in the deliriously deIirie ex exciting exei a x xdting ¬
citing ei race of acedio BeeClIet needlethreading threading re4l IIg the theeeramble theiCIMbIe thescaarble
eeramble for glasses and workbags workbagswhen workgsW workbagswhen
when W eIa the word is given the laughter lawgaterthe Wer WertJte
the jests the oil oeeasie oeeS ed when whenoae w whenone R R0Ite
one anibriaaaie te contestant ie drops her herneedle erMMIe herneedle
needle an the floor and goes OB a her hurried Hrriecl hertint ¬
tint search for it And the old oldsoldiers oW8OIdier oldsoldiers
soldiers whittling away for dear life NfeOB IfetWr lifeoa
OB their pencils striving te heat each eachother eAeot sochother
other ia bran briaghjg tJte them to artistic artisticpontel arli6tJcpoiaQl artisticpoat
poat pontel pontelCongreas + ip1 ip1Congress I
Congress nay y seeth t and boil Demo Deaoerats Demoerat8 Demoeats
eats amy 1 berate iaetirgeats e and rep regulars repIan reigalars ¬
lars say y rail at both Aldrich AJdricIay nay re retfcte reHale retit
tfcte tit + e Hale stay y step down sad ottt otttOaaaoa Mt Mtd oatCwmoa
d Oaaaoa stay y be kicked J into the cold the thePresideat ePreMeat thePresident
President gray mar y f mouse aw BalKager B say saywrithe ay aywrithe y
writhe and even Teddy Te dy Jlb8eIf hi hia > elf say saykoek ay aykaodc y
kaodc the steeple off Westminster Abbey Ab Abbey b bbey ¬
bey but our charming eIIanu old folk will willgo willP willgo
go placidly OIl their way threading threadingaeedles tItrM threadinglea iJlg iJlgapinet
aeedles lea against time and sharpening sharpeaiagpencils hrpeIb sharpeningpencils
pencils by b the dock serene indifferent indifferentunconcerned indi iediieremtnnweersed erellt
unconcerned 11 uecl at anything except the joy joyof joyof joyof
of their own wholesome OIIIe undertakings wadertakiagsBail 1UI IerlakiBail undertakingsHail
Bail the needlethreaders JlCedlet reGers aad pencil penettaharpenersi peMII pencilsbsrpenersl
aharpenersi I As long as 8 they find de delight tietipt delight ¬
light ia snob rational oal pastimes puti and eon eontiaoe eoatia cootaste
taste the their r contests in the very rayshadow veryL Yeryoi
shadow oi of iMdl e k dire eaIBaities as have havebeen ye yebeea
been surging aratrd L we lately nothing 1IOtIt 1IOtIt1erY nothingtery i ivery
very Jtiiouo can happen Long HMVT HMVTthey ma maey may maythey
The railroad wage sltaatioH tio which whiehfor whichfor e ef
for f < a long time has looked J threatening threateningand
and out of which there promised to todevelop toMrious todevelop
develop serious industrial trouble is isgradually isy isg
gradually g arJIy y deariag eJeari de aritsg up Large increases increasesof e6 e6of
of wages to railroad ra rCNWI employes employesIe have havebeen havebeta
been made or will will be An authoritative authoritativeof aIItItoritatiYery aathodtativemmmary
ry of 1 the situation shows sIIowst that thatfifteen thatfifteen t tafteea
fifteen railroad systems sywt will increase increasewages leleueto increasewags
wages to the extent of i0Q0M t5IN a ayear ayear aIs
year yearIn
In March the Baltimore and Ohio OWoagreed 0to Ohioagreed
agreed to a a new scale with its eoIMiw eoaductors eonuuc eonuuctors eoIMiwton
tors and trainmen That was the be begiaaiag heiJI being
giaaiag ing in the direction of amicable amicableadjustment aWeediteat amicableadjumettment
adjustment Since then fourteen other othersystems oUtere othersystems
systems have e made settlements set tk of ai aiaimflar a awar aeimibar
war nature or have consented to toarbitration toarbitIatiow toarbitration
arbitration The New York Central Centralsituation CtyitraJsituatio Centralsituation
situation is now being ei arbitrated ar and andit aDdit andit
it is predicted that when w eR the award is ismade ismade ismade
made it will be on about the same basis basisa Msisia
na a in the settlement between the Balti Baltimore Bdtiad Baltimore ¬
more and Ohio and its employes A Anumber Abet Anu
number nu bet of other large systems will estabhish es establish esWae ¬
tablish wage rates oa on the terms of Ute ikeaward Uteawanl theaward
award in the ease of the t e New York YorkCentral Y YorkCentral < k keetra1
Central CentralThe eetra1TIM CentralTlw
The Pennsylvania has granted e an inaease in increase RCftaM ¬
crease of 6 per cent and taking tki g into intoaccount iBWaee intoaeeoat
account aee those systems JRS that have ve grant granted ¬
ed increases or which will allow the theante etc thesane
ante increases tc 8e8 as the New York Y OIk CoD Central CoDtn1 Cnntrai ¬
tral tn1 it is calculated e that t tic questioa questioaof
of wages is practically settled tJed on more morethan meret morethan
than t 55000 miles of railroad d east e of ofChicago of0Pea ofChicago
Chicago and north of the line of the theChesapeake eflpeake theChesapeake
Chesapeake flpeake and Ohio and OB fifteen iifteelli > ifteeasystems j jsystems
systems sa in i this territoryThese territory territoryThese territoryI1te8e
These roads snowed in i their last an annual 3011111I1 ananal ¬
anal statements a total surplus of oft8SOOOooo
t8SOOOooo 68100000 after allowing aUowill for charges chargestaxes c argestaxes chargestaxes
taxes taxes and dividends It will thus be beKnee be1eeII beseen
seen that e wage e increase se OR these tJtesem theselines
Knee will eat up p a large e part of the thesurplus tIteMIIphIL thesurplus
surplus That is not to intimate e that thatthe tJtatthe thatthe
the increases e in i wages are not folly follydeserved f1lllyd follydeserved
deserved d eel and that they should not be beftuphiyia beoe bemade
oe for there is 110 qsatin q1 t t the tJtee5 thefiplyes
ftuphiyia e5 merit the aaiitional iit eem eemconditioue C4NIlpe eempeneation
pe ant need it in view ef present pre5eDtCOIIditioIIs presentoorditios
conditioue as to living g cost costhttiou tTIle costThe
TIle ct that is ease for eo grWJatioa eogratnlation
httiou on all hands is that labor dif differences cliffereaees differeaees ¬
fereaees iaTOl involving a stake of so many manyBullions maayullialas manynrillioss
Bullions should be settled peacefully peacefullywithout peacefwilywithout y ystnRs
without strikes sts kes It is a long step ia iathe iathe inthe
the direction of peaceful adjustment jelt1 et oflabor of oflabor 8labord
labor labord disputes disputesWRIGHTS disputesWRIGHTS 8plltesWRIGHTS
H the Wright t brothers ers SrouH wew wewUte retain retainthe retainthe
the rat a a of their countrymen end sndof endof > nd ndof
of the wwW they tile will not take such suchdam swct1M sockselbi
selbi dam advantage of the sweeping swee court courtammmm C9tlrtia coortstetsa
ammmm stetsa in their favor as to retaai the thepiogyt t1teef theprogress
progress piogyt of aerial navigation The TheWiagfcte TJteW TheWrighta
Wiagfcte W have a earned Bedtke tie roepect of the
I civilised world for their th ir ingenuity cour courage courage courage ¬
age persistence and momodesty modesty but they theywill th the y ywDl ywill
will lose much of it if they impose such suchhardships s suchhardships ch chrdehips
hardships rdehips oa those promoting aero aeronantic aero aeronautic aero1t8lItic = ¬
nautic meets that the greatest possible possiblesuccess possiblencx possiblesndxess
success ncx 85 will not attend these celebrations celebra celebrations celebrntions ¬
tions tionsA tionsA tionsA
A comprehensive idea of the power powerwhich powerwJ powerwhich
which o the Wright brothers are now in inposition inpoeition inposition
position to wield is given in the th recentstatemeDt recentstatement recent recentstateaaeat
statement issued by the board of gov governors governors governors ¬
ernors of the t e Aero Cub of America AmericaThis AmeriC3TI AmericaThis
This power power is recognized and the gov governors gov8IDOS governors ¬
ernors ration in yielding to it is ex explained explainei explained ¬
plained as follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The governors gov Ol4KS appreciate that exhibi exhibitions exhlbltJoJtS exhibitions ¬
tions might be given with aeroplanes aeroplanesadmittedly aeroplanesadDalttedly aeroplanesadmitpa
admittedly not infringements inirin ements of the theWright theWright theWright
Wright patents tenis and to to such exhibition exhibitionthe
the agreement with the Wright com company comJHUlY cornpony ¬
pony has no application ppltcaU n In the opin opinion oplnJoB opinioe ¬
ion of o the governors however In view vierwof viewof viewof
of the broad and sweeping Interpreta Interpretation Interpretation ¬
tion given to the Wright patents by thecourts the thecourts thecourts
courts no successful successful StJece ful meet involving involvingactual Involvingactual involvingactual
actual contests can c n be given without withoutpartidpatioR WIthoutpertlclptJon withoutperticlpatlon
partidpatioR by aeroplanes coming comingwithin comingwithin comingwithin
within the scope ofthe of the Wright patents patentsNo patentsNo patentso
No ° o ORe would deny the Wright Wrightbrothers WrightDrot Wrightbrothers
brothers Drot ers a legitimate profit on the mar marvelous marveJous marvelous ¬
velous lying devices which their brains brainsconceited brainsOBCei brainscoacer
OBCei coacer conceited = rd They spent the best years yearsof yearsof yearsof
of their lives and a great deal of money moneyperfecting moneype moneyperfecting
perfecting pe ecti g them and are entitled to a aliberal aJihera1 aliberal
liberal return on the investment They Theyshould TheyeAouId Theyshould
should not however show a grasping graspingiBcHaatioH graspingincliBtio graspingindination
iBcHaatioH For the good of the science scienceia
ia which w ic they have labored so faithfully faithfullyand
and effectively they should be antis satisfied MtiSAed antislied ¬
lied with w1t 5 profit that will not inter interfere interfere interfere ¬
fere with the further development of ofefforts ofeft ofefforts
eft efforts rls to coaquer er the sir sirALL sirALL airALL
It is the duty of every resident of ofWashington ofWasJ ofWashington
Washington WasJ JlfAMt to make ake certain rtain he is iscounted isCOWIted iscounted
counted ifl the census which closes to today to toMy today ¬
day The taking of the census lUfaA began beganApril b beganApril gan i ipn1
April pn1 li and it i if believed belleV to have havebeen have1MMD havebeen
been conducted as thoroughly as possible pos possible possibie ¬
sible It is a physical impossibility impossibilityhowever impossibilityAowever impossibilityhowever
however to make the the count absolutely absolutelycomplete absolutelyeomple absolutelycomplete
complete e Some people are sure to have havebeen ha havebeen ve vebeeu
been missed simply beeausA the number numberof
of enumerators elMlJ at work could not reach reacheverybody reacheverhocl reacheverybody
everybody in i tie t e time allowed allowedIt
It is essential e that each resident of ofWashington ofWu ofWashingtona
Washington Wu iJlStoa become a voluntary enu enumerator enumeratr enumerator ¬
merator ted today t so far ae his y wt W i case caseis ca6eis caseis
is concerned Every Washingtonian Waahingtonianwho W8 hingtn An AnWM
who is not positive JM he has been countedshon1 counted countedshould counted5IIotIW
should flu out one of the t e coupons publiehed pub published publieIted ¬
lished elsewhere ere in this t is edition and andsead andseK andsend
send it to The Times which will see seethat seetMt seethat
that it reaches the proper proper official of cil and andresults andIts andrgsulte
results Its in a vieit to the resident by byan byII byas
an enumerator enumeratorWe ensmertor ensmertorWe rJltor rJltorWe
We will have to stand for the next nextdecade Jlextdeeade nextdecade
decade on the ueltieR p population discovered for forus fortIi8 forus
us by this census Let KB do everything everythingpossible cveryt everythingble ing ingpoMiWe
possible lr0es lr0eseorded ble to have Ye that population re recorded reeorcIM ¬
corded at its correct figure e This is isillty a aduty adty
duty of atinens ertfarenohip ip which w ich each eae resi resideui resicM residest
deui cM dest man woman boy and girl owe oweto oweto oweto
to Washington W and to himself and her herself lteriieIf herself ¬
self Dont Do t shirk el it IfcThe itThe itThe
The Sect that 3tr I ngworth Is determined de determined de detenalDecl ¬
termined to run for Congress = ongress Instead Insteadof
of the governorship errenJII indicates that he hehas heaa hehas
has a hwnek hunch6n n what may happen to the theRepublican theRepubllca theRepublica
Republican gubernatorial candidate in inOnto InOhIo inChile
Onto next fallOne fall fanOne fallODe
One reason that divorces multiply is isthat 16that isthat
that while the cost of living goes up upthe 1IPUte npthe
the price of the marriage n1ge license stays stayscheap staYcbep Mayacheap
cheap enough to attract young men menXovlag menXovlag menMoving
Xovlag day coining on Sunday thisyear this thisy
y year ar may be celebrated either today todayor todayor
or Monday according as rent has ha been beenpaid beenJt beenFail
paid in I advance or otherwise otherwiseIf oth rw 6e 6eIf
If it will make them feel any better betterthe betterthe betterthe
the standpatters are at liberty to at attrlbut attrl1Ml attrlbu
trlbut the insurgent Are In the mid middle ml4cUe middle ¬
dle West cot to HalleYs comet cesaetAlthough cametAlthough cometAlthough
Although not so stated In the geog geographies geographles geographies ¬
raphies it seems that the manufacture
masterpieces m es is one of Europes Europeschief Europeschief Europeschief
chief industries industriesIf
If the President brings back the votes votesof atesof rotesof
of the West c the things that Young TotingLochiavar YoungLochlnT3r YoungLochinrar
Lochiavar pulled off will seem tame by bycomparison bycomparIsOn bycotmparletun
comparison comparIsOnThereltfT8 cotmparletunTherelatlve comparisonThe
The ThereltfT8 relative expense of uppers and andlowers aDdlowers andlowers
lowers Is o o one e of the problems pro lems of theday the theday tbeday
day th UK doe t worry Edward Pay Payson PayOR Payson
son Weston WeetoaMr W WestonMr ton tonMr
Mr Kern offers us another evidence evi evidence evtdenee ¬
dence of the truthfulness of the the theory theory theory ¬
ory that many are called but few are arechosen arecRosen arechosen
chosen cRosenTtaRks chosenThanks chosenThanks
Thanks to Judge Blllnger the short shorta shortaDd shortand
aDd a d ugly card 1d has been restored to toactivity toaettvtty toactivity
activity Ia the Interior Department Departmentpreb Departmentprobe Departmentprobe
probe prebNow probeNo probeNew
Now No that t theyve begun to investigate investigatethe
the business methods meth0d3r of universities universitiestiie
the muckrakers will have another inning inn innIng innIDS
Ing ingIf
If the House Isnt Ssn careful It will get getto getto getto
to be as extensive a producer of Chau Chautauqua Chautauqua Chautauqua
tauqua lecturers le turers as the Senate SenateAs SenateAs SenateAs
As an Instrument for putting peo people p people o opl ¬
ple pl to sleep the fr r ding bed some sometimes sometimes sometimes ¬
times works too welL welLThe welLThe wellThe
The only thing the public knows about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the GaynorHearst row Is that each of oftheaa ofthem ofthem
them was right ifSenator If IfSenator I ISenator
Senator Rayner seems inclined to toanalyze toan1 toanalyse
analyze an1 the Insurgent caress ress as a kiss kissof kissor kissof
of Judas JudasEverybody J JudasEverybody 1IdaA 1IdaAEverybody
Everybody in the District should shouldmaki shouldaak shouldmako
maki certain that his hose nose is counted countedAnyway countedARyiny countedAnynay
Anyway they didnt give Colonel ColonelRoosevelt ColonelRoosevelt ColonelRoosevelt
Roosevelt a Dutch treat treatOnce treatOme treatOnce
Once mere Mr Hearst gets away awaywith awaywith awaywith
with the publicity publicitySCHOOL peblfcltySCHOOL publicitySCHOOL
Five Hundred Girls in inDang Danger o oSimmons r at atSimmons t tSimmons
Simmons College in inMassachusetts inMassachusetts inMassachusetts
Massachusetts MassachusettsBOSTON MassachusettsBOSTON MassachusettsBOSTON
BOSTON AprH JKit AiFearful Fearful of serious seriousresults seriousresults rioU5 rioU5reIMIKs
results from ir the epidemic of scarlet scarletfever scarleteYer scarletfever
fever Simmons College where here 500 girls srlrisattend Jlrlstenll girlsattend
attend Dean Serah Arnold today closed closedNew closedUtr closedt1
t1 Utr f eIIoolNew
New cases are ar a said to be constantly constantlydevetaetac constanU constanUtiW constantlydeveipirre
devetaetac tiW Many students left for their theirhomes theirhemeta theirhomes
homes not those who wer were exposed to toeoaOagiOB weoMa o oconing
coning eoaOagiOB eoMa on are confined in mUle the dormitor dormitorM
M ss
IC Capital a k pital P ita Tales TalesCoffee a es I ICoffee
Coffee Coffee and a d Politics PoliticsA
SHAM Is s accused 6f t taking liba libations UbatlolUl libations ¬
tions before his Chicago speech but ut of ofstrong ofstrong ofstrong
strong black coffee not llker Sena Seaatrr Senatcr Senater
tcr Moses E Clapn zs s responsible re for forthis forthis forthis
this charge oba e In his speech ech on the rail railroad rallroa railroad ¬
road bill the other day Senator Clapp ClappIn
In scoring Mr Wickersham for trying tryingto
to read the Insurgents out of the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican party had this thisto to say sayIt sayhIt sayIt
hIt It was reserved to this member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Cabinet to go to that banquet and andthere andthere andthere
there In the blaze of brilliant chandeliers chande chandeliers cbandeUer ¬
liers with the gastm gastronomic nomfo functions ap appeased lip lippeased eppeased ¬
peased by terrapin and 141 canvasback the thenerves thenee8 thenerves
nerves soothed by the fragrant Havana Havanaand HanBand Havanaand
and the mind quickened by the Inspiring Inspiringeffects Insplnngeffects inspiringeffects
effects of strong black coffee he as assumed assumed assumed ¬
sumed the function of demanding that thatmen thatmen thatmen
men who for twentyfive years were wereloyal wereloyal wereloyal
loyal to their constituents and have havefought bavefought havefought
fought the battles of this party should shouldbe sh shouldbe ld ldbe
be read out of the Republican party partyThen partyT partyTben
Then T n Senator Clapp CJ pp added he would wouldlike wou1dJtke wouldlike
like to see the officials oC commission commissionThe commissionThe commissionThe
YARD of West Virginia Is not the theyoungest tbeyoungest theyoungest
youngest member of the Reuse but has hasthe huthe hasthe
the distinction d tJnctJon of being the youngest youngestlooking youngestJooklng youngestlooking
looking member and one of the most mostpopular mostpopular mostpopular
popular popularHe
He is the youngest member of the theWest theW theWest
W West t Virginia delegation delegationHe
He entered the Howe HO 6e IR 1S08 when whmbe whenhe whenbe
be was thirtysix after having bavin served serveda
a term In n the West Virginia senate He Hehad Hebad Hehad
had been In the grocery ry and lumber lumberbusiness lumberbusiness lumberbusiness
business but he W was made chairman of ofthe orthe ofthe
the railroad committee of the senate senateand 8IIaleaand senateand
and a member of the Judiciary udJ ary committee com committee committee ¬
mittee In the House he i AU as been a afactor afact4K afactor
factor on Che he House H Rivers a aDd d Harbors HarborsCommittee HarborsClmmUt HarborsCommittee
Committee and has urged liberal river riverard rivernrd riverard
ard harbor appropriations It Is said of ofhim ofhim ofhim
him that no Republican R p bllean is better liked likedon likedn likedQn
on Qn n the Democratic D meeratIC side On both sides akJeaof aidcor sidesof
of the Houee they then call him Woody WoodyTwo WeooyTwo NeedyTwo
Two House Heroes HeroeskHIO HeroesOHIO
kHIO IB represented In the Howe bY bYtwo uytwo > F Ftwo
two veterans of o the civil war warwhose iIUwhose warwhose
whose records in the War Department Departmentsaow DepartmentSHW Departmentshow
show them to have been 811 conspicuous oa oamore ORmore onmore
more than one occasion for their brav bravery bravery braycry ¬
ery daring that struggle struggleOne trusgieOn struggleOas
One On b Gen G B D Joseph Warren Keifer KeiferRepubitcaA KeiferRe KeiferRepublican
Republican Re of Sprtofffletd The ether etheris
is Gen Isaac R Sherwood Sh S1M rwo d Democrat Democratof
of Toledo o Each veteran Is a stanch stanchchampion stanchcbaJ stanchchampion
champion of the men who fought in inthat Intht inthat
that war aDd each to jealous of the theothers theotbfrs theothers
others activity activityWhen aeUvttyWkeR activityWhoa
When thins are dull around the theHcti tlteH theHouse
Hcti H House fIH e fwaUMrh K members are certain certainto
to set plenty p pi eaty y of action for their money moneyby moneyby moneyb3
by telling one of the Ohio generals Jr B that thatthe tMttbe thatthe
the other has a new scheme te on foot to toincrease tolaeree toincrease
increase t Ute e ponotons of oM soldiers soldiersThe soldiersThe er3 er3Tke
The general who to i given this alarming alarmingtefonaatioit 1nningktfOnltt1oK alarminginformation
information Marts on a stttl hunt to toflMd toftR4l toad
flMd ad out what the other to uu to and to tobeat tobeet tobeat
beat Mia to it It if poooible e eKetter General GeneralKeKer GeneralKelfer
KeKer wants to help the oU soldiers soldiersbut soldiersbut Ient Ientbut
but he does not want to do it ta General GeneralSherwoods GeItenIlsarwoocls GeneralS
Sherwoods S way General Sherwood has hasa
a pet seaenie e to rive Y old soldiers a dot dotate doIJr dollar
Jr a day pension and 1M cannot toler tolerate tolerate
ate any other plan fathered f by General GeneralKeif G4tteralKeifer GeneralKeifer
Keifer KeiferGeneral Keif er erGeneral
General Keftfer has a Httle the beet wt of ofthe oftke ofthe
the axTureat eIIt at all times because he heto heIs heis
Is a member of the Appropriations A Cmrnittee Com Committee CMRmlttee ¬
mittee and to s chairman ch lrrnaa of the sofccom sofccommtttee soItcotamtttee subeommittee
mtttee In charge of the pension appro appropriation appropriation nt ntpriatloR ¬
priation bill billUnlike MilUallke billUnlike
Unlike General Sherwood General GeneralICetfer GeneralKelter GeneralKeefer
ICetfer does nor devote his energies ecgjes en entiretr OR ORUrelr entirely
tiretr to pensions He to one of the thegreat theeIHMIenI thegreat
great defender of the Constitution COD lItton He Heshares Hesharell Heshares
shares with Judge Bartlett of Georgia Georgtathe Ge4tKNLthe Georgiathe
the honor of taking up more of the thetime thetime thetime
time of the Horse to inform the an anbets mem members members ¬
bers to t explain what the fraaers of ofthe orUte ofthe
the C OMI notttution Intended JcteR ed than the most mosttalkative mosttatkattTe mosttalkative
talkative of coastttutioaal utto members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United alted States Senate Whenever WheneverGeneral WheneverGifieral SYheneverGeneral
General Keifer ter gets started on s the Con Constitution C3ftUtVtJOII Caastltutloa ¬
stitution the only thing that jean stop stophim stophim stophim
him Is repeated raps of the e Sneakers Sneakersgavel SD68k8lsel Speakersgavel
gavel el calttnc time thweIt tJmeIt timeIt
It takes one page of the Congressional CongressionalDirectory C ConrreasionalDirectory SoRl SoRlDIrectOry
Directory to tell the history of General GeneralKeifers GeneralKeifers nenll nenllKetfers
Keifers life while General Sherwood Sherwoodworries Shewoodworries Si wood woodworries
worries along with his war history in inabout inab inabout
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nounce meetings and entertainments in inthis Inthis inthis
this column Phone or write announce announcements announcements announcements ¬
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MrsTaft Mrs Taft Leaves Washington Today TodayFor TodayFora TodayFor
Fora For a Brief Visit in New Y York 9rk
Invitations Issued Enos for Gard Garden GardenParty Gardent IiII
Party Part Y at a t the White WhiteHolise WhiteHo
House HoliseWife Ho se I IWife
Wife of President PresldentRepeat Will WillRepeat WillRepeat
Repeat Entertainment Entertainmentof
of LastYear LastYearMrs
Mrs Taft left Washington for New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York today for a short stay stayInvitations stayInvltatlens styInvitations
Invitations have KY bean eea tea issued by Mss MraTaft Kr8Taft MssTaft
Taft for a garden party at te WhIteHouse White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House Friday May 6 from S to 7oclock 7 7oclock 1oclock
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The series of garden pax parties JML Jes wh which whichMrs whclaMrs ch chMrs
Mrs Tait Taft T n gave last l t year aerie iltt 7e = rag the themonth dMmORtR vhsmonth
month of May were s sp successful e Jl that thatsho tbsho thatshe
sho has arranged to repeat rJteattbe the enter entertainments eatertalnments entertainments ¬
tainments tW this season a aThe
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The Assistant AseNta t 1 Secretary tarT of ta taTreasury Ute UteTreasury theTreasury
Treasury aad Mrs Charles Norton en entertained eatrrtatnfri entertained ¬
tertained a party at dinner last tns even ovenng evening ¬
ing ns
ngMrs 0 0Mrs
Mrs Walker Fears who arrived hi hiWashington IaWuldngt9n n nWashington
Washington Thursday ta spesadtag pond ng adays a few fewdys w wdays
days with Mr aDd Mrs Richard Lee LeeThomas LeeF LeeFaun
Faun FaunThemes F U1I U1IThomas
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Thomas Henry Uaeworth UlNlwortkthe aaa announces announcesthe ce cethe
the marriage of hi his daughter 1 Carottae CarottaeLola CueIbteLola CarefneLola
Lola Lola to HanmoBd F Hoot oa Ttem Ttemday TIawwday Tbtinday
day evening April a 3 at Washington WashingtonMI W WI o oNine
MI Nine I 5 Martha farth = Gfeiow G4e ow who has been beenl3Ulnjr MeaIsItIDJ baeavisiting
visiting In the th South b a8 returae r rWalW < l to toWa5Wagt toWashington
Washington WalW R and to at home at US 1E Coo CoonecUcwt cneet1eut Coonecticut
necUcwt avenge avengeMtee ven
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Mtee Jane A Riffs here gene If to At Ali AtJanUe Atlantic
i lantic City where she is a guest at the theChalfonte tMChalfoote toChalfonte
Chalfonte Hotel HotelMrs HotelMrs
1 1Mrs J
Mrs Ernest M7lkiasou vtUktasoR Dkbaso IB speadtaar a ashen JIJlh6tt aabort
abort th tlm time te New N W York at t th Ute Hotel
Woodstock WoodetockTboinas WoodstockThomas Vood tCMkThomas
Thomas Bryan Huyek iIu ek wa was host at a
dinner jnarty trty Thursday ay evening in r ror honorof hop r rof
of the District Commiaatoaera C8IiIm The ad
ditiooal ditional guests were Gea John C Black Blackustiee
Justice fhomas oflMmas Thomas H Aoderaoa Dr James 1
D Dudley l r Mor rtan aju Cot Co Robert N NalMl Harper IMeperand Harperand
and J Mttler pier K KonyoecGeneral Kenyan r rGeneral
7 7General
General GeneralAnd GeneralAnd GeneralAnd
And Mrs GiHeepie Heels Heelsat HeetsGeaecl HtaGeneral
General and HIS Oateiyle WeN WeNat boats boatsat
at a dinner party nut evening at atpliment In OOM OOMpUntoDt oa oaplbuent
pliment to Ute Kew York tMUalal OolaMalDames tMUalalBoprweatatfve oewDames
Dames DamesReprMlelltatlTe DamesRepresentative
Representative Kdwia Denby Denbyarts and andsister Ida htesieter
sister Mrs Wilkes were arts dinner boat bbeioi bbeioievening
test evening ta honor of o Mrs Lyster L er of oft
Detroit t and Mrs Parker her daughter
The other sueets were Reprooonuuive R emative eseutativeand
land and Mrs Jonee o s of Ttr VtrJllll faUa Major
BrewBter 17 S So A Mr Lyster a home homeguest houseguest
guest of Representative XXnov y and Mr Yra Mrand XraDd
and a Mrs A A H Snow SnowLlouteatant v vi yo
i 0 5 5I
I Lfeutentaat Commander Cosu r and Mra Q QHnadB
L Smith were ho at a dinner party
evening at the Navy yare Among
their guests eMIJ were XIS A A Yr HnadB l o
Annapolis Azma Oll Miss Angiin and Lteuteaaat
HutcMae U S SLIeut NLleutettaat K KLieutenant
Lieutenant LIeut t and Mra Mra Craft of tao tneI
Navy Yard were sko skolathose a lathose tIao ea en
I tertatnteg putt at atdiaaer t dinner last eveata eveataTMi eYft IICtIIM eveatagMies
TMi tIIM Frances Weboter Wett Webstr + daughter claU8 ddaughterajor ter of
Major ajor and Mrs Web Web t terr entertained a asnHtll
small snHtlleveolar i party btuy at dinner Ja teveal lastevening
evening eveal preceding the Reealde R dance daaoeand cTIM dancet danceThe
TIM mayor of Ba Baltimore and Mrs J
Barry Matoat w AIrIY III W WtOR Washing
ton tomorrow for a brief fI wtda Mr Mra4 Mrand
and Mrs H H P Leary
ARMY ARMYLieutenant ARMYLeuteDat ARMYLieutenant
CHEEVER Third Cavalry upon tis tisown kowa bisown
own application to retired from from active activeservice aettTeIervlce activeservice
service under the provMons of Section SectionL
32 3 Revised Statutes to take effect effectSeptember dectSeptember electember
September ember a 39 Die after more than thanthirtyfour daDthrtytour thanthirtyfour
thirtyfour years service He will proceed pro proceed ¬
ceed to his home homeFirst homerst homeFirst
FORD Second Field Artillery to de detailed de deta11d dotailed ¬
tailed for duty with Light Battery A ANational A AXatlooal ANational
National Guard of Missouri during d the thepractice thepractice thepractice
practice march of that battery b ttery August t
1 13 to 23 19n 19nFirst JgeFirst 19hsFirst >
Coast Artillery Corps to relieved from fromtreatment fromtreatment fromtreatment
treatment Sot t the General Hospital HospitalFort HospitalFort pttaIFort
Fort Bayard New Mexico X He to de detailed de detailed dotailed ¬
tailed as an assistant td the officer ta tacharge IDcharge incharge
charge of the Fort Reno Remount RemountDepot ReIDOUIItDepot RemountDepot
Depot and will proceed to Fort Reno RenoOklahoma ReDoOklahoma BoneOklahoma
Oklahoma and report for duty ac accordingly ac acCOnHDgiy nocerdingly ¬
cordingly cordinglyThe COnHDgiyThe cerdinglyThe
The following changes es in asstgratents asstgratentsand 1ISI JDeDtll JDeDtllaad
and transfers of officers ot of the t Coast CoastArtillery CoaIJtArliJlet CoastArtillery
Artillery Corps are ordered orderedCaptain orderedCaptain orderedCaptain
is assigned a to the 8 Mth th Company Companyto Company Companyto
to take effect May y 25 me M Ute date dateon elateon to toon
on which he is relieved from detail In tathe Intile inthe
the Pay Department and ands will thenproceed then thenproceed tIleRproceed
proceed as sooa as practicable of ofupon orupon or orupon
upon the expiration of any leave lea ve of ofabsence ofa1 ofabsence
absence which may be granted him himto himtoJoln himto7otn
to toJoln 3oin the company to which he is isassigned 13asSIgned laassigned
assignedCaptain assigned assignedCaptain asSIgnedCaptain
Captain ALFRED S MORGAN to trans transferred trDferrd traneferred ¬
ferred from the kith Company C mpaay to tothe tothe tothe
the 66th Company CompanyCaptain CompaJtyCaptala CompanyCaptain
Captain EDWARD KIMMEL to trans trsn6ferred transferred UaaefelTed ¬
ferred from the t Stth S th Company to the theVtith UteJOOth the106th
Vtith CorajHsay CorajHsayCaptain Comrk1YCaptain Comra y yCaptaln
Captain JOHN W C ABBOTT is 18ferred s transferred trans transferred ¬
ferred from the 61th Company to the
Luncheon Party Given GivenBy GivenBy GivenBy
By NIrsLytrl Mrs Lyman an an3lrs Tiffany TiffanyMrs T ffany ffanyXrs
Mrs Lyman Tiffany entertained a aparty aartT aparty
party at luncheon lanc eon today In her home homeon homeMI homeen
on Connecticut avenue avenueZ avenueMiss avenuex avenueMiss
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Miss x Mary Barlow Hoge Daughter ba g ter of ofVr otcr offt
Vr and nd Mrs William Sehofield Hose Hosewill Heewill Hegewill
will be married to Alexander Mardeck MurdeekNorris MardeckMorris MurdockXerrIsof
Morris XerrIsof of Baltimore this evening eveDi g at at7M atocIoek
7M oclock The ceremony which whichwill wlllehwill whichwill
will be performed In the home of the thebrides theIt thebrides
brides It parents at 1402 Ue Fifteenth Fifteenthstreet F1tteenthJftreet Fifteenthstreet
street northwest b by the Rev Hen Henateg Heng Hensing
sing g 190tras N lms assisted as by the Rev Hea HeaEefclealcH HeaEekJeA HenEekleean
EefclealcH EekJeA n of Baltimore will be at attended attended t ttell4Md ¬
tended by only the relatives of the theImmediate tile1late theinie
Immediate inie 1late families familiesA
A flUe HU niece of the bride Miss Dor Doretay Dorot Dorothy
etay ot y Savage Tage of Baltimore and the theyoung theYOUIlg theyoung
young brother of the bridegroom Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬
ward Norris N rts also of Baltimore will willact willact willact
act as ribbon bearers bearersMelville bearersXeITiIIe bearersMelville
Melville Hamilton Campbell of New NewYork NewYork FewYork
York will be beet eet man for Mr Norris NorrisA
A large reeeptlon from 8 to 1 13 13will 1929 1929will 3 3will
will follow the wedding wedc Dg ceremony ceremonyard ceroEaoayiud cereme y
iud d later la 1 the evening Mr Norris Norrisand NorrisIUId Norrisand
and his bride rkIe will leave for a South Southern Seuthena Seathern ¬
ern wedding trip They will reside residein Jde1a
in Baltimore BalttreXra BaltimoreMrs
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Mrs Xra McCarthy McCarthyAnd McCarthyAM McCarthyAnd
And Sen Return ReturnXrL ReturnYrs v vMrs
> Mrs Charles OarIes A A McCarthy and rher rher110ft her heri betson
i son 110ft Weller McCarthy of m 4KSewanl 4KSewanl8QUr8 Seward Sewardsquare
1 square who spent the last three meataa meataahi MKItlISiii
hi California have returned to Wash WashJ WashMaw Washington asb asbXIN
ington ingtonMae
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Maw Leah BL Btwood entertained e theeeecudve the theexecutive thee
executive eomntlttee of the C E so soctey sodeT socley
ctey of the Eastern Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch Pres PresClaureh PresbyterianConceit
Church at her home 9Rte at IIi F street streettost streetIa8t streetlast
last evening Among Am g the quests were wereMiss weret wereMing
Miss Grace BngU Eagilofe b Miss 118s 5tieie uc1e Ie Eng English EngXJI Eng1Mb ¬
lish Miss tine Lulu Lee Mrs Ini S S B D Hoi HoiHas RoIJID8 Rol111w
Has Roy goa ers rs Martin Allwiae and andRex andI andRex
Rex Holmes He5D4ace HolmesDaace
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Daace Given GivenFar GivenI GivenFor
Far Miss Reoeide ReoeideMr Reo ide ider
Mr r and Mrs Howard S S Reeelde We were werehosts werebo werehosts
hosts at a dance last evening to their theirhome thetbcJaae theirhome
home on Nineteenth street fop theirdaughter their theirdaughter theird
daughter d ter Miss Elizabeth Reestte who1 who1i who whoJI08II whogoes
i goes abroad next month to continue her herstudy her8tady herstudy
study of OiLJII maskMrs mask 1 1Mrs
Mrs JII ReeMMle received her guests in a agown apwn agown
gown of rose pink satin aDd Mies Ree ReeUo ReetI6de Beeside
side Uo wore Nile green satin with t red pop poppies poppMs poppis ¬
pies in her hair hairBnaebes hairBranches
1 Branches of dogwood fruit blossoms Mossomsand 1IIossOmsaAcI blossomsand
and clusters cl enr of American Beauty Becwtyformed roses roeesformed rosesformed
formed Ute house decorations and an anorchestra any anorchestra
orchestra played y during the venin YeaiDg for forthe forAJDOD forthe
the dancers danoeeaA I IAmong
Among A the geuestK who numbered numberedabout numberedabout numberedabout
about HI m were the minister mh front Ecua Ecuador lkuador Ecuadcc ¬
dor and Muss Carbo and the Misses MissesCarbo esCacho MmesCarbo
Carbo Senor Alberto Carbo secretary secretaryo
t o > legation I the Venezvelean minister m1n1steciklOl ministerSt
St 8 iklOl TOT Rojas Ro Senor Pnlido Senator and aDdMIS andMrs j
Mrs Southerland Senator and andBurkett Mrs Mrsi Mrsth
i Burkott th H t Senor S Ricer Sea Seaor BuUe Bulleaor Se Senor al ¬
nor Huerta esga and Senor Armeadariz Arm emlone dari2 dari2o all alloi t
oi 0 the Mexican embassy Mrs Courts Courts1IOr CourtsSenor
1 Senor 8 nor Herquinigo HerqUin o of the Chilean Ie IeI eo eoOD lepatios
I nation OD Miss Burkett Miss s Webster Webstern WebsterMrs
1 Mrs Russell Harrison Miss Harrison HarrisonMrs Harrleonr HarrisonYrs
Mrs Alexander r Patton of Pennsyl Pennsylvania PeDll8Ylth Penneylvania ¬
vania the th Misses Harris Miss HitchJ HitchJc HIteh HItehcrdt Hitdtock
c crdt ck Miss X Portner Miss Ilse Baxter the3Rsses the theMasses theCraBe
Masses Crane Miss M Burrell Miss Bou Boutefl Boutell Boutedl
tell Miss Drtsgs the Misses 8e Johnson JohnsonMiss JohnsonMiss eftLias
Miss Marshall Mire M BalD Mss Doro Dorothy Dorothy Dorothy ¬
thy AVtlluuns wm Miss Dili D l Representative Representattveand RepIe eDtatne eDtatnelid
and Mrs Cassidy Lieutenant aDd Mrs MrsYa XrsYa MrsYas
Yas Ya + es es Dr Dw Lancy Ma Maior Horton HortonIjsutenant HortonlJvtitensat
Ijsutenant 1 eDa Smith Major Squler uler Mr Mrtoetler XrE3etJer MrxtJer
toetler xtJer Dr Wolf Lieutenant Sultan SultanLieutenant S81taDtoa
Lieutenant Lknten Bdgerton toa Charles Howe HoweMr HoweMr Howe HoweMr
Mr Tortes the Messrs r Gedoy and aDdKn id idPeirh Mr j
rfmOf Peirh m rltJi ld ldMrs n nMrs <
Mrs Reside e and Miss ReesIde will wHlsafl willsail
sail on May M for Italy They WIll go goto goto goto
to Milan 11 where Miss Reeslde wilt take 1akeQp takeup
Qp her tiJtuIIteIi
Mad Company and will proceed tojoin to tojoin toj
join the company to which he isranaferred Is faransferred IsraD
ransferred raD upon the expiration of ofauy ofany j jCfcpt
any leave oC a abeenca which may 1te 1tehim behint
him himo hintCb
Cfcpt o dD in CHARLES L LANHA3C L fe fetransferred 18tnUlfeITed letransferred
transferred from the 1st Company Companyto ompally ompallyto
to the S9th Company and will pro proceed preas proceed ¬
ceed as soonas soon as practicable to Join Jointhe jetftthe jointhe
the company to which transferred transferredCaptain traDSterredCaptala transferredCaptain
Captain FRANCIS H LOMAX LO to trans transferred tTBSferred transferred ¬
ferred from the hid Company to tothe tothe I Ithe
the Mst Company Companyand and will prod proceed proceedas
as soon as practicable to join joincompany the thecompany theOOIftIMUlY
company to which be is transferredI transferred
The r resignation tioR o Chaplain
BRENNAN BREN Ao Eighth Cavalry of e f his hisOtIIJf b bcon ntecoagulsslon
coagulsslon con OtIIJf on an as an officer of the thearmy thenIIT thearmy
army has been accepted by the Pres President PreskJeDt President ¬
ident to take effect May 1 1 Mil1he Mil 1JIihe j jThe
The following chances In the asslgn asslgniMnt Seignt assigamtlat
iMnt t of officers o of the Coast Artillery ArtilleryCorps ArtilleryCorps ArtilleryCorps
Corps are ordered orderedCaptain oniecedCaptaIn orderedoptata
Captain JAMES F BRADY now now unas unassigned mssigned 1IDSsItDed
signed Is aseiicned ase1 fined ed to the Mth Com Company ComPDY Corapony ¬
pony to take effect September em 1 L Lm IHe
1Rs m He will Join the company companywhich to towhich towt
which be to assigned g1IOO upon u its arrival arrivalat
at San Francisco Cal and proceed proceedwith preceedIth proceedwith
with Ith it I to the Philippe Islandscaptain Islands IslandsCantata IsIaDdsLOUIS
Cantata LOUIS E E BENK3TTT BE BENZ K17IT 7IT is trans transferred transfeorr transferred ¬
ferred feorr from the Sand Conpeny Co npny to the theEleventh theEleveath theEleventh
Eleventh Compan C to take effect effectAugust eltectAu effectAugust
Au August 1 1 1 isle tft and will proceed as assoon asMOB assoon
soon as practicable after af t tr r that date to tojoin tojoba tojoin
join the company to which trans transferred traAsfernd transferred ¬
ferred ferredFirst ferndFIrst ferredFirst
BURY Is transferred from the For Fortieth ForUeth Fortieth ¬
tieth Company to the Eleventh EleventhCompany EleventhCOII1P8IIY EleventhCompany
Company to take effect August 1 119M 1 111M 1
19M 910 and wilt proceed pt reed as soon as aspracticable ase aspracticable
practicable e after that date to join jointhe jointhe jointhe
the company to which hlcb transferred transferredChaplain transCeIedC transferredChaptala
Chaplain C SAMUEL J J SMITH Is roller
1 TThe The Young Lady Across the th a Way II I
The young younglady younglady youngIady
lady across the theway tze tzeway theway
way says she sheguesses sheguesses sheguesses
guesses there therecarft t therecant 1i ere erecant
cant be much muchto
to all this talk talkabout talka
about a b 0 u t putting puttingthe puttingtit puttingt
the tit t h e postoffice postoicedepartment postofficedepartment postofficedepartment
department on ona ona ona
a paying basis basisas
as she saw in inthe inthe iiithe
the paper that thatthe thattlte thatthe
the deficit was rvasmuch wasm wasm
much m u c h smaller smallerthan smallerthan smallerthan
than usual
Miss Edith L Seales and andFrancis andF andFrancis
Francis F raIicis St C T
t Town Townsend Townsend o n nsend
send Married MarriedRev
J JRev rRev
Rev SWWoodrow S W Woodrow Per Performs Performs Performs ¬
forms Ceremony at t Con Congregational Congregational Congregational ¬
gregational Church ChurchMiss
Miss IIs8 Edith L Seales SeaJesaad and rFaacJs rF StC St Sta Stc
a C Townsend of Baltimore Md XtL were weremarried weremarried weremarried
married this morning at B oclock at atthe atthe r rthe
the First Congregational Congrega ODI Church the thepastor thepastor thepastor
pastor the Rev S H H Woodrow of offldtlng ofc1at1ng of8ciating
fldtlng In the presence Pl of a small party partyof partyof partyof
of relatives and friends frieadsThe friendsThe I IThe
The bride wore her traveling suit attitof Mitat suitof
of dark blue serge with a alarge large Jrgeltat hat of ofcream ofcream ofcream
cream straw trimmed trim with mack and aadwhite andwhite andwhite
white plumes She carried a shower showerbouquet s owerbouquet showerbouquet
bouquet of white sweet peas peasMlas peastizs s sr1M
Mlas Edna Starlings of Baltimore Baltimorewas
was the brides only attendant and andJulian aadJulfan andJullan
Julian Eubank of Baltimore was best bestman beetman bestImmediately
man manImmediately
manImmediately Immediately after an the w wedding cere ceremony eeremony ceremony ¬
mony Mr Townsead aDd his bride left leftWashington leftWashington t tWashlngten
Washington for a Northern wedding weddiastrip w wtrlp weddingtrip
trip They will reside in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaThe delpllia
0 0Tbe j
The Vice President aDd Mrs Sherman Sher Sherman Sberman ¬
man returned to Washington Wa iDto ton this morn morna mDnIIng morning
Ing from Philadelphia Ja w were dletstteBt dletstteBta they spent spenta
a a few days this thisr week weekMm sveek31r
Mm 31r r Henry Cleveland Perkins S enter entertained entertaJned entertamed ¬
tamed informally at luncheon today todayMedical tedayMedical te lylIedIeaI
Medical Director Ktadlehergar U S SN So SN
N and Mrs I 1 fRdeMcger nd > eborger lie ar arrived arrived ¬
rived la InWaBbl Washington gfOll on and are tIM obeof guests guestsof
of their son son S M Etedlehareer Etedlehareerstreet ri G Gstreet Gstreet
street streetMiss streetMiss
Miss Thorn ThornHostess ThornHostess
Hostess at Dance DanceMiss DanceMiss
Miss Frances Thorav T the debutante debutantedaughter de1tvtallt4augater debutagtdaughter
daughter of Mrs Mr Charles Chad G Thorn Thornwas j jwas
was as hostess at an informal dance aaee at ather ather ather
her home on Bljtraore Bl tJnore street last lastevening lavlevening lastevening
evening in compliment t to her house houseguest boueeguest houseguesttjss
guest guesttjss lOss Emily Hopklnson of Phil Philadelphia Philadeiphia ¬
adelphia adelphiaPalms adelphlaPalms adeiphiaPalms
Palms and spring bowers aoroed thehouse the thehouse thehouse
house and a buffet supper was served servedduring ervEddurlns servedduring
during the evening An orchestra fur furnished furnished furnished ¬
nished the music throughout the even evening ev evIng evening ¬
ing for the dancers dancersAmong dancersAmong dancersAmong
Among the guests vrereMr vere Mr and Mrs MrsAlbert CuAlb frs frsAlbert
Albert Alb rt C Thorn Miss Courts MissEvelyn Miss MissMiss 3lislo
lo Evelyn veln Carpenter Mine Robyn Young YoungMiss ouag ouagllss
Miss Marie Fischer Miss MI Nina Van VanArsdale VanAnodale VanAredale
Arsdale Miss S8 Jferie rarie Aldrich WIlliam WnliamJ
J Flather jr Ffaneee FSsa ces E Perkins of oflhiladelphia ofl ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia l Voraon V W West est Howard HowardHolliday HowardHolUday HowardHolilday
Holliday Hugh Boa Boiltell tell Mr GGrm GGrmMiss Griffith GriffithDr GrtmtnDr GriffithDr
Dr Russell and Lprimer Lorimer Graham GrahamMiss G dl3l1L dl3l1Li dl3l1Lnss
Miss nss Ra RaE T Hahn and her uncle um ie Fred FredHahn lItedHahn FredHahn
Hahn who have been making kiag a tour tourthrough tourthrouh tourthrough
through the South returned home homeWednesday borneWednesday homeWednesday
Wednesday WednesdayThe
e eThe
The Weekly W kly Endue EudKe dub met at th thresidence thresidence the theresidence
residence of Mrs M GWdsmith on onCalvert onCalvert anCalvert
Calvert street last eentnr Those who whnattended whoattended wiltattended
attended were Mrs Louis Newmyer NewmyerMrs NwmyerXrs NewmyorMrs
Mrs Max Fisher Mrs Addie SIgmund SlgmundMrs SIgmundXrs SigmundMrs
Mrs Samuel Beasinger Bell and Mrs MrsHenry XnHenry MrsHenry
Henry Goodman GoodmanMrs GoodIlltULMrs GoodmanMrs
Mrs A J Barchfeld to vistttng TWtt g rela relatives r reiatives la laUves ¬
tives in Plttsbunr P1ttsbur P1ttsburMrs Pa PaMrs PaMrs
Mrs Sol Meyer of Woodley Parkentertained Park Parkentertained Parkentertained
entertained the Friday Afternoon AfternoonBridge AternOOJtBridge t tBridge
Bridge at her home Jib Twentyseventh Twentyseventhstreet TWeDtyeeventhstreet
street After cards a buffet baa luncheon luncheonwas IuBCheonWII8 luncheonwas
was served Spring Spr1Dgwed bowers were the thetable th thtable thetable
table decorations The guests were wereMrs WtTe311rs wereMrs
Mrs S S J Stetaberger Mr XI rat A A Sigmund Sis Sisaraad S SBUild
BUild Mrs Sol Minster r rG Mrs Sydney SydneyC
G C Kaafman KaurJll8RIfnl Mrs Rudolph RudolphMrs Bearend BearendMrs BebreBdIrs
Mrs Simon R Kane Mrs L Bohread BohreadMrsI Behrendxrs
MrsI xrs Joseph Awerbaek Mrs3lrs sad sadLyon Mrs Simon SimonLyoa SIMonLyon Staten
Lyon LyoaNTS
ed from duty at Fort ifott f N J to toable toke totake
take ke effect at s t1 tine t 5 wilt enable en enable
able him to comply with m this order orderand orderand orderand
and will join the eomiales aIes of CosArtillery CoastArtillery Coast Coastfore
Artillery new t Fort Xett hereto heretofore heretofere
fore designated for service ra IR a the uiePhttlpoine tbePbliiDPIne thePhittp
Phttlpoine Phittp Ane division and proceed with withthose withtlIese withthese
those companies to the Philippine tMnIslaDds PhilippineIslands < s sIslands
Islands and take station at Fort FortMills FortUls FortMills
Mills Uls CorregkSor Island IsIDcLNAVY IslandNAVY IslandNAVY
NAVY NAVYCommander NAVYCommander NAVYCommander
Commander C A A CARR detached duty dutyBureau dutyBereau dutyBureau
Bureau ef Steam Engineering En g Navy NavyDepartment NavyDepartmeut NavyDepartment
Department Washington D C to toduty touuty toduty
duty as inspector of machinery machinerynaval maehID maehIDDal machinerynaval
naval auxiliaries navy yard NeW JfewYork NeWYork NewYork
York N Y YCompandor Yommnder Ycommander
commander Compandor DEWITT C C REDGRAVE REDGRAVEretired REDGR REDGRAVEretired VE VEretired
retired detached duty as inspector inspectorof
of machinery naval auxfitaries auxfitariesnavy aaxIIlariDVy aaxiliarksnary
navy yard New York K Y to toborne tohome tobome
borne borneLieutenant homeLieutenant bomeLieutenant
Lieutenant Commander J TTATJJGAN TTATJJGANjr
jr commissioned a lieutenant lie tenItt com commander coinwander eommander ¬
mander from March H 39MX 39MXLieutenant DMLleuten IseLieutenant
Lieutenant nt Commander G I L SMITH SMITHcommissioned SMITHcommissioned > t tcommissioned
commissioned a lieutenant comman conmaander commander commander
der from March 17 19M 19MLieutenant JMLIeutenant iseLieutenant
Lieutenant R R P McCULLOUGH com commissioned commissioned cornmissioned ¬
missioned a lieutenant from Febru February FebnIary February ¬
ary 2 K KLieutenant 1911 1911Lieutenant I ILieutenant
Lieutenant G O CARTER commis commissioned commissioned commissioned ¬
sioned a lieutenant junior grade gradeand gradtand gradedand > >
and lieutenant from January 31 31 Mlft siGLieutenant MlftLieutenant 111 111Lieutenant
Lieutenant RR R R R ADAMS detached detachedMinnesota tietadHdMinnesota detachedMinnesota
Minnesota to homeaad home and wait orders ordersMidshipman ornsipman ordersMidshipman
Midshipman ipman W W F AMSDBN detached detachedVicksburg detacltedVlcksoolb detachedVicksburg
Vicksburg to Hartford HartfordAssistant HarttwdAssIstant HartfordAssistant
Assistant Surgeon J O DOWNEY DO to tonaval tonaval tonaval
naval hospital navy yard Norfolk NorfolkVa NorfolkChief
Va VaChief VaChief
Chief Boatswain D White detached detacb d
Missouri to navy yard Portsmouth
N NChief H HChief HChIer
Chief Boatswain A F BENZON zox detached de detached dE dEtached ¬
tached navy yard Portsmouth X
H to navy yard Washington D DChief DChief > in inChief
Chief Boatswain TL C GUNN GUN de detached de detacbed detached ¬
tached Tonopah to Franklin FranklinChief FrankUnChlet FranklinChief
Chief Boatswain H H S S OLSEN com commissioned commissioned commissioned ¬
missioned a chief boatsxrain Doa1sw n front rom
July Jul 3 30 199 199Boatswain 19Boatswain 1509Boatswain
Boatswain H WILLIAMS appointed a
boatswain from January 9 1909 1909Boatswain 1909BoatswainT 19o9Boatswain
Boatswain J B HUPP detached Han Hancock Hancock Hancock ¬
cock to Missouri MissouriChief lIIssourLChle MissouriChief
Chief Gunner F L HOAGIAND HOAGL de detached detacbed tieInched ¬
Inched Virginia to Tonopah TonopahGunner TonopahGunner TonopabGunner
Gunner KESSLER H detached Frank ¬
Ito to Virginia VirginiaLieutenant VrglnlaLieutenant VirginiaLieutenant
Lieutenant B K JOHNSON detached detachedWilmington detacbedWHmlngton detachedWilmington
Wilmington to Cleveland ClevelandEnsign ClevelandEnsign ClevelandEnsign
Ensign R T KEIRAN detached Hel Helena Helena Hehena ¬
ena to Cleveland ClevelandMOVEMENTS ClevelandMOVEMENTS ClevelandMOVEMENTS
ARRIVED Louisiana at Hampton HamptonRoads HamptonRoads
Roads Vermont Vermontat at Boston Mnnesota Minne Minnesota IDnnesots ¬
sota at Norfolk Xort Mississippi slPDI and
Georgia at Philadelphia Phllad 1phIa Rhode Is le
land at Xew York Virginia at Nor o ¬
folk Culgoa at Boston Yankton at
Tompklnsvllle Patapsco Patapsco at Norfolk
Vestal V stal at Portsmouth X H Supply Supplyat
at Buam Solace at Charleston Ne ¬
braska at Tompkinsvflle Patuxent Patmcentand Patuxentand Patuxentand
and Potomac at Norfolk and Celtic Celticat
at Boston BostonSAILED BostonSULEDPralrie BostonSAILEDPrairie
SAILED SULEDPralrie Prairie Viper and Tarantulafrom Tarantula Tarantulafrom Tarantulafrom
from Charleston for Hampton Roads RoadsReid RoadReid RoadsReid
Reid and FlUMe from Charleston Charlestonfor
for New ew York Salem from Boston Bostonfor Bostonfer Bostonfer
fer Cheasapeake Bay Idaho from fromsounthern fromsounthern fromsounthern
sounthern drill ground g1Ou d for Philadel Philadelphia ¬
phia New Hampshire from Hampton
Roads for Portsmouth N H New NewJersey NewT NewJersey
Jersey T erseY Missouri Virginia and Pan Panther Panther Panther ¬
ther from Hampton Roads tor Boston Bos Boston Botton ¬
ton Apache from Norfolk for New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Des MoiRe from St Vincent Vincentlor V1oeenfor j
for Monrovia Helena a from Shanghai Shanghaifor
for Hankow and Vestal from Ports Fertsmouth Por1smouth Portsmouth
mouth N Y for Bockland RocldandTI
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