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10 n THE WASHINGTON TIMES FRIDAY MAY 1IA Y 20 1910 1910T
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FRIDAY Y EVENING MAY A Y 30 1910 1910Comparative 1910Comparative
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and The Star for April AprilThe AprilThe
The Times45339 Times 45339 45339The 45339The
The Star 42906 42906RESTRICTING 42906RESTRICTING
RESTRICTING THE TH PERIOD 0 0LABOR OF OFLABOR OFLABOR F
LABOR IS REASONABLE LAW LAWWhen LA LAWWhen V VWhen
When the eighthour eight hour day was orig ¬
inally proposed a protest arose upon uponthe uponthe upo upothe n
the ground that it infringed a property prop property ¬
erty right of the employer and the thepersonal thepersonal th thpersonal e
personal liberty lioort of the employed employedRegulation emplo employedRegulation ed edRegulation
Regulation of the hours of laborwas laborwasonce labor was wasonce wa waonce s
once regarded as a foolish proposal proposaland proposaland proposaland
and even now no there are some em employers employers ¬
ployers who do not look kindly y ya upon upona u n
a reduction of hours and some worke workewho workers workerswho workerswho
who object to restrictions which hich wou would wouldlimit wouldlimit ld
limit their time of labor laborConsequently laborCnsequcntlyit laborConsequently
Consequently it is significant t tnote to tonote tonote o
note that two of the higher it er courts courtshave courtshaye tour
have decided recently recentl that legislation legislationlimiting legislationIimiting legishttiolimiting n
limiting the hours of labor is valid validand val valand alid alidand d
and in accord with the theory that it itis iti i iis t
is i a question of the public interest interestIn interestIn interestIn
In Illinois the supreme court has held heklconstitutional heldconstitutional ire ireconstitutional H
constitutional a statute forbidding the theemployment tbemployment th themployment e
employment of women in factori factoriand factories factoriesand factoriesand ° B
and other establishments establ 8hmcnts
for
more morethan morethan morthan e
than ten hours in any one day In InNew InXl I II IINew
New Xl York the court of appeals appealsheld has hasheld hAsht
held ht > ld constitutional CO a law I W forbidding forbiddi forbiddirailroad n
railroad coiporations COI to keep a man manin manin ma main n
in in a block signal tower for more than thaneight thaneight tha n
eight hours hoursThese hoursThese hoursThese
These acts are reasonable legisla legislation legislation legidation ¬
tion A man has b s the personal r5oD81 rightto right rightto ri ht htto
to work as long as he pleases twenty twcnt twcntfour
four hours a day if he can so long longas to toas
as he works for himself When hen how however howeer however ¬
ever he works for another at a task taskupon taskUpon tas tasupon 1
upon which any other oth < r man may mayemployed be beemployed bemployed
employed he has no right under or ordinary ordInar ordinar ¬
dinary dInar circumstances
to work over a areasonable areasonable
reasonable time timeMen timeffn timeMen
Men ffn ought to be generous enough t tappreciate to toappreciate toappreciate o
appreciate the fact that they have haveno haveno C
no right rj ht to monopolize the opportunity opportunitto y
to labor Labor is isjust just just as much suject sub subject SU SUject
ject to a proper distribution as the theprofits tileprofits th thprofits e
profits of production are It is essen essential eS8ntial eso e etial n ¬
tial to the general welfare that there thefeshould there1hould theyshould e
should be this distribution just as it itis itis d dis t
is necessary that all moo should hayequal have haveequal haveequal c
equal opportunity for recreation recreationstudy recreationstud I Istudy
study stud or tl the e following of a pursuit pursuitwhich pursuitwhih I rsui t I
which is adopted from inclination inclinationrather inclinationrather U
rather than because becu e of the desire lor lorcompensation torcompensation i icompensation or
compensation compensationAD compensationADVANTAGES compensationADYANTAGESOF
AD VANTAGES ADYANTAGESOF OF FREE TRADE TRADEWITH TRADEVITH TRADWITH E
WITH PHILIPPINES PHILIPPINESTrade PHILIPPINESTrade
Trade between the United States Statesaiid StatesMil Statesahd
Mil the Philippines has been helped by
the provisions of the
new eW tariff meas measure measure ¬
ure which permit interchange of
prac practically practieaJl ¬
tically tieaJl all articles free fr of duty dut Deapite Despitethe Deapitethe
the efforts in aom some quarters last summer sum summer sum1ner ¬
mer to prevent the consummation of offree offrroe offree
free trade between this country eUntr and andthe andthe andthe
the Philippine possessions the statis statistics Mtwtics staritics ¬
tics for the first eight months of the thenew thenew thenew
new tarifffew tariff 1 law show that it has worked workedwell workedwell workedwell
well wellThp
wellThe
The total value Joe of exports to the thePhilippines thePhHippines thePhilippines
Philippines during the period August A t
1 1909 to Aiareh 31 1910 all bat b < t five fivedays ihteday fivedays
days day of this being under the now law lawamounted Jawamounted
amounted to 11500000 against againstTUOO000 againstOOOOOO
TUOO000 in the corresponding period periodof
of the preceding year and the imports importsfrom importsfrom importsfrom
from the Philippines in he same period periodamounted periodamounted periodamounted
amounted to 12250000 against650i000 against against650nOOO
6500000 in the corresponding months monthsof
of last year In other words the im imports imports imports ¬
ports from the islands have practically pnacticalIdoubled
doubled and the exports thereto in increased increased increased ¬
creased about 64 per cent under free freetrade freetrade freetrade
trade Imports are chiefly chie in manila raanilafibre manilafibrc manilafibre
fibre sugar su r cigars and cigarettes cigarettescopra ci cigarettescopra arettes arettescopra
copra and fibres other than manila manilaand manilaand manilaand
and exports are chiefly in iron and andsteel andsteel andsteel
steel manufactures cotton cloths clothswheat cloUtswhPat clothswheat
wheat flour explosives cotton manu manufactures manufactures manufactures ¬
factures other than cloth meat and anddairy anddairy anddairy
dairy products boots and 00 shoes papersalmon paper papersalmon papersalmon
salmon and soft coalIn coal coalIn COtIn
In the light of the experience of the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first eight months free trade is to the themutual themutual th thmutual e
mutual advantage of the islands and andthe andthe a athe
the United States That it will do domuch domuch d dmuch o
much to help the islands out of their theirplight theirplght theirplight
plight of poverty appears likelysteadily likely A Asteadily A6teadil
steadily 6teadil increasing incroasi trade may ma may be ex expected expeded oxpelted ¬
pelted With increasing trade will willcome willcome I Icome
come naturally natur IJ closer relations with withthese withthese wit witthese h
these insular ins1 ar possessions and it itthere is islikely islikely
likely there will be less unrest undoAmerican under underAmerican underAmerican
American rule as trade grows growsDEFENSE growsDEFENSE growsDEFENSE
DEFENSE OF THE CANAL CANALGREAT A AGREAT AGREAT
GREAT PROBLEM PROBLEMRepresentative PROBLElLlliprcsentativc PROBLEMRepresentative
Representative J Warren Keifer of ofOhio ofOhio o oOhio f
Ohio has lately made a speech in th thHouse the theHouse UCHouse °
House in which he eats forth certain certainphases certainphases eortaiphases g
phases of the protection of the Panama Panamacanal Panamacanal Panamcanal a
canal calculated to impress anyone anyonewho anyonewho anyonwho c
who ponders over o r them It is quitclear quite quiteclear e ce i
clear they made an impression on the theHouse theHouse th thHouse e
House which is seldom moved b bspeeches by byspeeches byspeeches y
speeches General Keif Keifor or is a veteran veteranr veteraf yn n
r
i
of the civil war and of the Spanish Spanishwar I
war and knows own something of the mill military mili1 milltart ¬
tary art both Doth from study and hard hardexperience hardperience i
experience ex He has come to the con conclusion wnelusion conelusion ¬
elusion that it will be practically im impossible impossible imssible ¬
possible po ssible for the th United States to de defend defend ¬
fend the Panama canal even if it iti8 iti8strongly is isstrongly isstrongly
strongly fortified and that the ouljfeasible only onlyfeasible owyfoasible
feasible way to insure the protection protectionof
of the great waterway is to neutralize neutralizethe
the canal and Canal Zone ZoneThat ZoneThat ZoneThat
That is General Keifer would have havethis havethis havethis
this Government negotiate treaties treatieswith treatioswith treatieswith
with the leading foreign nations Dlltio 6 where whereby whoroby wheroby ¬
by all unite to insure the preservation preservationand presorvationand
and protection of the canal This Th has hasbean hasbean hasbeen I
bean done with the Suez canal and andGeneral andGencral andGeneral
General heifer is convinced it should shouldbo sfltuldbo shoulddone
bo done as to the Panama P UlIlma canal canalIt canalIt canalIt
It is proposed by the War Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment to construct fortifications along alongthe aongthe alongthe
the canal which will cost over 14000 I j
000 But with those fortifications and andwith Andith andrcdtli
with ith a large force of men along the thecanal thecaual
canal ca nal to patrol patrolovery every foot of it it Gen General Genend General ¬
eral Keifor points out it would be im impossible imposeible imssible ¬
possible po ssible to keep the canal open to tocommerce tocommorce tocommerce
commerce for a day In war time if ahostile a ahostile ahostile
hostile fleet were lying oil either en entrance entrance entrance ¬
trance A sudden attack at iek by a hostile hostilefleet bo8ti1ofleet hostilesleet
fleet such as was made at Port Arthur Arthurby Arthurb
by b the Japanese before war was d dclarod de declarQd declared
clarod against Russia might block the thecanal thecanal
canal and ruin this enormously valu valuable valuablo ¬
able property in a day It is pointed pointedout
out that it would be difficult dif1ieult to keep keeptroops keeptroops trooptroops
troops free from disease in th the Canal CanalZone CanalZone
Zone that defense of the canal would wouldbe wouldbe
be a heavy drain in i war and that at atany atan atany
any an time half a dozen marauders might mightblow mi t tbloW
blow up locks or dams that cost costmillions costmillio coatillions
millions millionsOn millio m 5 5On
1
On the whole General Keifer B Bmade boasmade ha hamade
made out such a case for neutralize neutralization Beutn iza ization ¬
tion th en that Congress can do nothing teee teeethan 1eMthan
than give e this important matter ill illfullest it itfull itsfullest
fullest full cst consideration considerationPARTIES considerationPARTIES
PARTIES CANNOT BE MADE MADETO MADETO
TO ORDER ORDERPresident ORDERPr
President Pr 8 1ftt Kirby of the N National NationalManufacturers alfanufAdurers
Manufacturers Ae Aeiociatiott Aseo ociattott iatioa is ineK illelito iht ed edto
to believe belie that there i need of a new newparty Be Beparty newparty
party in this country He would have haveone aveOM
one he says S that shall tall give voice voiceto YOieew roleto e i
to the t e same sentiments that created createdthe ereatedthe crest crestthe
the party of Fremont and ad Lincoln a aparty apart
party part which shall serve the same highpurpose high highpurpose
purpose and which w iek all be powerful powerfuleaough powertvlc porter
eaough c en ough to hold the nation on in balance balanceagainst baJaeeagainst haknssagainst
against the demagogues dcJM of ofpar existing existingparties ea eaparties i
parties partiesParties par partiesParties ties tiesPrti6S
Parties cannot be made to orderThat order orderThat orderThat
That experiment has 1tee been see tried trie more morethan JDOCethan morethan
than once and has failed Prohibi Prohibition ProlPbition ProMibdtan ¬
tion is i admittedly admittt dJy an tame of some someimportance 801Mimporta
importance importa but the Prohibition party partyhas put putMS partyhas
has failed to obtain n a strong grip gripeven ri or oreven oreven
even the united support 6Uppor of those who whobelieve wholieve rh rhelieve lb
believe b lieve in in the abolition of the liquor liquortraffic liq uor uortraffic
traffic trafficIt trafficIt
It is all very well to talk about aboutestablishing a astablishing 11e1
establishing establiehi e a party that snail 0 five fivevoiee rivevoiee I
voiee to Ue same sentiments flat that thatcreated tMteraated t
created the party of Fremont FrellMMttLincon a aLincoln and andLincoln
Lincoln but sOllte5 something ing more then thenvoice t ty
voice y ie and sentiment se tl m are needed Very Verynaturally Verynaturally
naturally naturally the Republican aR party rtr claims claimsto tt
to be the party of Lincoln and Frc Frcmoivt Fr Frmoot
moot Mr Bryan has claimed that the theDemocratic t
Democratic party as led by him bialy bialyeen has hasbeen hasbeen
been b een the party part of Lincoln and the theIndependence theIndepeDdenee t tndependence
Independence I League during its intercstiug inter interesting ¬
eating career has laid eloquent strew strewon strsOft strewon
on the assertion that it reprMent the theprinciples tileprineipJes theprinciples
principles of Lincoln LincolnIt
It is probable that the old par parill parties partieswillcontinue partiwill
willcontinue will w ill continue to fight t it out for erne
time to come although there are aresigns uesigns aresigns
signs of new alignments a1 lReRts that may or ormay 011MY oray
may m ay not be permanent and of far farreaching farrCAching fareaching
reaching r importance When a ma majority majority maority ¬
jority j party gets away from the peo peePle people peopie ¬
ple and slaws no inclination to return returndefeat returJItlefCllt returndefeat
defeat is inevitable and it does not notrequire DOtrequire notrequire
require a a new party to administer it itIS itIS
IS THE COLLEGEBRED BOY BOYHANDICAPPED BOYHANDICAPPED BOYHANDICAPPED
HANDICAPPED HANDICAPPEDThat
That always aIY interesting i tere ting subject the theusefulness iJMu5eul theusefulness
usefulness u5eul of a college education is isbefore iIbefore isbefore
before the public seemingly ieeDli y to an 11 un uauaustl unusual 1Iau ¬
usual u extent at this time and is get gelting getting geting
ting t vigorous discussion pro and a d con conA COlIA conA
A good many times will Halters Halterscomet Halleyscomet Hailerscomet
comet come and Jtd go o before the wnrid wnfldwill wnridwill ftI1dwill
will agree on this question U6Stion Speaker SpeakerCannon SpoakcrCannon SpeakerCannon
Cannon lately told certain collegeyouth college collegeyouth collegeyouth
youth in substance 5ubs nca to cheer c er up for forthey fortlae forthey
they tlae might live down their college collegetraining eoIlegetraining collegetraining
training Now comes President W r C CBrown cBrown CBrown
Brown of the New York Central a aman IIman aman
man of great practical oapactty o pACity for foraffairs foraffairs foraffairs
affairs and wide experience with ith men menand menAnd menand
and gives g es his view ew on this mooted mootedquestion mootedquestion mootedquestion
question of the collegebred boj bojMr boJIr boyMr
Mr Ir Browns presentation of the th case caseis caseis I Iis
is in a way startling He points out outthat outthat
that the boy bo who bo goes through collegeenters college collegeenters collegecnters
enters business life handeapped Jttnd Apped byfour by byfour byfour
four years oors as compared with the boy boywho boywho
who 00 starts on his life career when hegets he hegets hegets
gets out of high school He compares comparesthe ooIBpresthe comparesthe
the case of two young men each eacheighteen o eacheighteen ek ekeighteen
eighteen years old both high h k school schoolgraduates sehoolgraduates schoolgraduates
graduates and equals in native ability abilityOne abilityOne
One enters business the other enters enterscollege enterscollege enterscollege
college At twentytwo the one who whowent whowent
went into business bU8 ne6B will have been pro promoted promoted proseveral ¬
m moted et several grades if he is capable capableThe capableThe
The other ofli will have ve just graduated graduatedfrom graduatedfrom
from college collegelife liege and if he enters business businesslife bu in6S6 in6S6life
life will have to take a subordinate subordinateplace subordinatepMeo subordinateplace
place His old classmate is four years yearsahead yearsahead rs rsaheAd
ahead of him himThe l1iinThe
The real test of W collagebred collagebredyoung coU collegebredyoung ebred ebred3OIDg
young man Sir Brown holds ftoldscolltes comes at atthis atthis a athis t
this point nt Will he eat the t c broad of ofhumility ofhumilitj
humility and begin at the lowest round roundof rou rouof rOtiof nd
of the ladder or will he feel that be because beCIll1se ¬
cause he is isa n a college e graduate he hewould 1tcwould
would demean himself to begin at th thbottom the thebottom thebottom
bottom Unless willing to work from fromthe fromthe fro m
the ground gr tnd up Mr Brown makes i it itclear itclear t
clear the college training will hamper hamperthe Jamportho 1aanpethe r tr
the young man who w o has it He He holds holdsthe IJoJdsthe
the employer cannot give preference to
the college man until ho has shown hiscollege his hisI hisollege
I college training has added value to hie hieI hiswork
I workMr work worki workMr
i Mr Brown says ys the thoroughbred thoroughbredwill t
will win through his long 10 training trainingeven trainingevoo
even e ven if handicapped before the home homestretch homoitretclt lampstretch
stretch is reached that is providing
i he is a thoroughbred t and has tors the rightraining right righttraining righttraining
training trainingThe trainingThe t
The lesson Mr fr Brown Bro would teach teachtho teachtho teachthe
tho young man just out of college i inot ii iinot isnot
not to allow himself to be above a > his hisbusiness hiabusin085 hisbusiness
business and not be afraid of hard hardwork 1tardwork hardwork
work It is a lesson worth tie atten attention aUentlon attontton ¬
tion of every college student studentA t
A NEW PLAN FOR CURING CURINGHABITUAL CURINGHABITUAL CURINGHABITUAL
HABITUAL DRUNKENNESS DRUNKENNESSNew
New York will make a radical de departure de departure doparture ¬
parture in the method of treating
habitual drunkards if Mayo tiaynor tiaynorapproves daynorap uaynoap r
approves ap roves a bill which has bean passed passedby p s60dby poreby
by the Legislature providing providi g a board boardwhose boudwho boardhose
whose w hose e business it is to look after aftorinebriates afterinebriatQS of m r rinebriates
inebriates inebriatesInstead inebriatQSln inebriatesInstead
Instead ln tCd of joon confining ning habitual h bitu l drunkands drunk drunkards ilrunkaros ¬
ands in jail for a time and an turning turningthem tUrniugthem turningthem
them out and repeating th this psrform psrformaace
Dee over and over again it i is pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed to place the inebriate ou a fa fawhere farm farmwhere famw
where w ere he will have opportunity for foroutdoor foroutdoor fo fooutdoor r
outdoor life and work a chance c to re reclaim reelaim relaim ¬
claim c his hisse1freepeot selfrespect and possibly lX p > eefbiy eefbiyevelop bly to todevelop todooIop
develop d strength of will enough to re resist re resist restet ¬
sist temptation to drink The plan planan is isan isan
an experiment but there does not notseora net netseam t
seam to be much doubt that t it will willaid winaid willaid U
aid in restoring to decent citizenship citizenshipsome citizell ip ipaomo
some derelicts who left to them themselves a861ves tbemelves ¬
selves s would go steadily downwardThe downward downwardThe cloJlwardThe
The beard bo rd which w ie is to have ve a mira nUIIlber nniaher
ber of inspectors is i is given charge chargethose rp 01 01those 01thoe
those who are convicted OOft ed for the t e fourth fourthtime fourthtime feu feuthine
time of f public intoxication Every oit oitha oit71 atiota 7
iota ha its coterie of rounders who go gojell to tojail I IjaJl
jail periodically It would seem toworth to be beworth
worth the effort to see if treatment treatmentunder tltMlMfttunder trenaenwader 11 11worth
under scientific direction cannot < ftaot ac accomplish aeoatplisih ¬ i
complish more with this date florasjail than thanjail tJajo
I ICONVICTION
jail sentences sentencesCONVICTION seat + eaoes eaoesCONVICTION
CONVICTION IN AN UNUS UNUSMURDER UNUSUAL UNUSUALMURDER I Il1URDiR
MURDER ER CASE i
I iI
The conviction of Hyde m is iste Kansas KansasCity X XCitJ + s
City a te tealso Mo for inocnhUlag the million millionaire ¬ j
also Swojte with poison indicates indicatesthat iarlict iarlictt ea
that t jurief ef in the West W nt are not notsestimenl so sosentimental I
sentimental St tit l as they are in the Eut Eastand Eutad Eutand
and that t judges jud and lawyers are not notgiven BOtveR
given veR to delaying court proceedings proceedingsso a
so much odI There ere were a des lawyers lawyersengaged Iaw7ftSed lawyereiraed
engaged ed and all the partie oo OOItraed OOItraedare ooa ooaare cnied cniedare reed
are wealthy wea1tJ1yclreet wealthyelraamstoes circumstances JIQeS eaJeuJated eaJeuJatedto esl5ula esl5ulato fed
to make ke justice move J at a snails sailsYet U pace paceY paceYet
Y Yet fc the trial went t along qite q cl > rie qedit Kpedi KpedittousJy
ttousJy tioaslyThe ttousJyThe t oasIyThe
The sarprisiae thing is is that a jury jurycould juryeouId lu
could be found which eorvieted in a aeaee J Jcue
cue m A whieh r experts seemed to t tthe t eIoucItM cloud cloudthe clou S
the proof and m ia which l it would have havebeen aYebeen e
been comparatively Y easy to find ladaItIfe wadeeaafse as asexcuse
excuse aItIfe for shirking shiirkii a jurors duty dutyIt
It is noticeable that the jury was wascomposedof WMpGMd
composedof tioslpossd pGMd + of me afelt of djsu thsttaatly thsttaatlygrade eUv J Je higher highergrade
grade than are usually y draws for f jury juryerrice jwymet a3
met tier flee in the cities tiei of the East EastDoubtless EutDoabtle
Doubtless s too they are are made up 11 upnnea of ofmen ofmea
men a trifle eteeer to the simple life lifea life lifea lifea
a little more virile a little HttJelUMMi lee leesqueamish lea
squeamish h and possibly pc bfr with witeoneeptioR a higher higherconception h heoseeptioa
conception of duty to the t e stateto State and andto aMto
to societyThat society societyThat eoeietyThat
That Bugllshmaa JIqI who Wiled kiDodbecause himself himselfbecame IaII8etfbecautIe Ltrhaeiftihror
became be had been named la m a a asnit divorce divorcealt cJhrofteIt tihror + oe
snit alt It proved that divorcee my arj not DOta notamusing as asamusing
amusing a in Gt Great etti Britain M m th thUnited tINt tINtUnited
United Masao S Stt as
The feet that the Democrat m n the theSenate theBeasts
Senate are rrfuahjc r8lMh to support the rev regnbar revlac regular ¬
bar Republicans way be another htdlcatioa indica indication tadIcat1o ¬
tion that Democracy is nearly able aDleJKaDd totand to totend
tend s alone aloneThe aloneThe aloneThe
The summer resorts are probably welloautpped well wellquipped wellCIo1ulpped
quipped at a this tb time to give tb Ha ulti ultimate uJUJaAte nltiatate ¬
mate consumer con a real instaace of o the thehigh thehigh
high 1 111 ± cost of living livingThe ItvtDgThe livingThe
The Colonel te hoarse hoar now but manypeople many manypeople nA7people
people are betting bet pk tht he win land litthe ia iathe lathe
the United States with It an awful roarAll roar roarAll roarAll
All tboflo accounts of steamers Meta ANIn ANInore going goingashore gotngsultor
ashore e make k8 one want to ride fen air airships alrlib airships ¬
ships lib M a precautionary precautionaryIt measure measureIt ineoe are areIt
It may be held thai private NtYaterapbers stenog stenographers staaographera ¬
raphers should not hae hare 8 such a great greatlove 5Ieatlove groatlove
love for their country countryIt co try tryIt
It may truthfully be aaid aJd that the themoney tJMmone themoney
money mone Defaulter John Hall H I gave e to tocharity toehatil tochatlty
charity ehatil was taintedThere tainted taintedThere taintedTbO
There are more falling stars in the thopolitical thepolltleal thepolitical
political firmament than In the wake of ofthe otthe ofthe
the cornetIt comet cometIt
It may be noticed that all the navy navyofficers DaYotncera naryoffices
officers who want peace are quite old
I Capital Tales TalesHome TalesHome I IHOIDe
Home Sweet Home Homediction HomeEPRhSENTATWE
I
REPRJSENTATIYE EPRhSENTATWE DWIGHTS prl prldletioR prddictloa
diction that Congress Coag cannot ad adjoarn adjourn adjonra
joarn before July 15 has sent t a shiver shiverdown hirerown
down d own the sptaos of some members onboth on onboth onboth
both sides of the chamber The tvath tvthb tvathis t Uth Uththat
is that never before has there been such suchgenerally ReAa
a generally s ralb perilous condition of attain attainback altaiillbAck aKalhaback
back homo Nearly earlY everybody in the theHouse tileHoWIe theHouse
House has oppbeition O P llltJon either for the thenomination tltenomination thenomination
nomination or election and the stayat stayathome ataythome stayatlame
home opponents are making making the welkin welkinrlag wolktllnag welkiaring
nag from the stump stumpMeanwhile stumpIeDwhUe stumpMeanwhile
Meanwhile the member who wants to tomake tomake tomake
make a mighty speech concerning his I
devotion to loduty duty and his record must muststay muststay UlSt8tr
stay here and an answer er roll calls to keep i
that record straight If he leaves the theCapital theCapital theCapital
Capital at this juncture and begins to tomingle
mingle with a critical constituency hes hesapt bsapt he s sapt I
apt to be asked the embarrassing
quae quaetion quoeVfhy
tion tionWhy
Why dont you stay at t Washington Washingtonand Wa h1ngroaand
and attend to your our bustitess bustitessOf buMneerOf
Of course there are a few members memberswho mbewho memberswho
who can slip oft for a week or so at a atime aU
time U after being property paired with witha
a member of the opposite oppo lte part who i s sn
in n the same me predicament but as a gen general geeoral eA eAeraI ¬
oral thing only onl adjournment can brut brutretief brine brinerelief bringNile
relief and campaign oratory oratoryMr orat oratXr oratoryMr
Mr Dwight the Republican whip
didnt add to the th cheerfulness ooeertul 6B8 of o the theHouse theHou theHouse
House e membership when he said Itlooks It Itlooks Itlooks
looks like Jury Ju y If sure sureEfficacy sureEfficacy sareEfficacy
Efficacy of Prayer PrayerB3CBBRS PrayerMEXBR5
MEXBR5 B3CBBRS of the Howe who had hadcongregated M4congrQ8ted
congregated in the cloak roomdoting room roomduring roomclurlDg
during the general debate on the tatiKwere tariff tariffwere tanwe
were discussing the recent prayer prayer of ofthe o otbe ethe t
the Rev He Mr Coudrey Coud the House chap ¬
lain deploring < muckraking muckrakingFor muckraJd muckraJdTor
For some reason said one of the theveteran eYflern
veteran member the the chaplain chaplainprayer ebaplalDJ chaplainsprayer
prayer J reminded me of the most 1IMItbig eta etafn amus amusing w ¬
big fn s incident ht dent t I ewer saw during my en entire ¬
tire th e service in a the House Hu of ofUv Represent Representatives ¬
mires Uv The incident occurred many manyyears mallyy man manyears r
years y ago so so I hav have forgotten iorgsrtteanames the theBam tbeDallMJ
Bam names > of the actors hot there are atilt stlHowe atiltJIMIIIbenI stillcoats
owe members of tb the House who recall recallIt reca1tIt
It It
ItoooDe oooDe One day the Journal clerk rushed rushedinto rUIIhedlato rushedtfto
into the H Hewn while the chaplain was waspraying waspraying U UPI7tntr
praying He looked through the drawere draw drawKeep cI1awen
en at Ida desk 1ft n a hasty maa manner aM endtbos
0 handed to the aide of the cbp tdtd tdtdKeep D
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Keep on pra praying he urged earnest earnestly e esrneat esrneatly me8t me8tly ¬
ly We cant find the journal journalMr joanIaJr
Mr r Chaplain was so startledbe startled that thath tbathe
h he faltered in hIM prayer but sitter tez a amoment aJDOmeDt
moment he seamed to snap the tbehOD attire situation attireflea ¬
flea H He bowed his b head MiD lower ewerotlnued and andcontinued adeooUnuecI
continued to prayer The usual usualdevoted time timedevoted tee
devoted 4 to prayer in the House isone is about abouton about0Ite
on one minute Members began to shift shiftunoasily sh hlttunaJbr
uneasily on their feet teee to look at atwatchell atwatcher their elr elrbeads
watcher aacI and Instead 4 0 bowing taetr
beads in reverence they looked at the theSpeaker
Speaker pleadingly The a Speaker evi evidently e1dtmtly ¬
dently had bean informed of the lift dlftculty liftculty I
culty cult and realising reaUal that the business of ofthe 01 01the
the House could not proceed roeeecI without
the journal b 1M was willing that thatmembers the themembers themftDben
members get plenty ty of prayer After Aftertea Aftertea Afterten
tea minutes adDut solid praying the preacher preachershowed preach
showed signs of getting nervous He H
knew the members lDeta n were getting < restive restiveand re
and he looked down to one of the clerks clerksDont taDont r
Dont stop top pleaded the clerk d rk We W Whavent e
havent found it yet yetThe yetTbe yetThe
The preacher did not stop until untilhad he
had been praying for fifteen minutes Dlbaut at atth a t
th ttM lie end of which hleh time ttmet tb iba journal jo TDaJ clerk I
rushed ru heod Into the House bearing the pees
ious book under his arm
U Aa Ames OB said the ebasdala with a aordered
III + or NIJef ref a and the Srectlfer IGInp7 scesivt
ordered ed ered th tf clerk to read the j journal of a y i j
tM th preceding preee ill days business businessWhats HW
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all jr the in initiative mitiatiJle ¬
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The Times will be pleased eased to an announce announee ax axentertainments ¬
nounce meet meetings and andthis entertainments In Inthis Inthis
this column Phone or write announce announcements announcementor ftDfuneementa ¬
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Mrs Charles C Marbury Il Entertains EntertainsIn °
In Honor of Mrs Andrew Stewart
Gives I formal Tea This ThisAfternoon ThisAfternoon ThisAfternoon
Afternoon Complimentary Complimentaryto
to Her Mother MotherHon IvlotherHon
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Hon HonMrs Mrs James Wife of ofBritish ofBritid1 o oBI
British BI Sh Attache Leaves LeavesWashington LeavesWashington LeavesWashington
Washington WashingtonMrs
Mrs Marbury wife of Dr Charles C CMarbury CXubur7 G Glatoury
Marbury will entertain informally Iaoc wUy at attea att
tea t this afternoon at ft oclock III com compllmeat oompifineat
pliment to her mother JftOtJIern Mrs Andrew AndrewStewart AJI r rSert
Stewart of New Orleans OrleansPalms 0rMa 0rMaPalma
Palms and clusters of pink and white whitereMfi whitentfe6 whiteriles
riles and peonies will ill adorn toe house horsend houseand e eanci
and a nd the tea Cable will have b a ceBterpteee ceBterpteee9t e elDG
9t o Izrns srtw lDG and roses rosesMiss ZOIHILM raceMiee
Miss M Gertrude Bayne will preside at atthe a ahe atthe
the tea tableMre table tableMre tableXrI
Mre Stewart who bo has been the guest guestoC guestof
of her soninlaw and daughter gAter XX and andMrs andrs andMrs
Mrs rs Marbury will leave Waeir Wuhg1oR Wuhg1oRwithin Wadia ton tonwithin
within a few days for a trip tiirouga tiirougaths f lreughtile
tile New England States Statesmake Stateswr
Eftgtas EftgtasThe wr wrThe
The Hon Mrs Janwt Jamos Ja wife of the themilitary iheaaUltary theatittary
military attache of the theBrlUsh British embassy embassyacompanted embassyacolDpaajed
acompanted by their children left leftWashington JeltWuhtDgton leftWashington
Washington this afternoon Mtft for Dublin DublinX
X H where she will be ted shortly shortlyby shertIyby shortlyby
by Lieutenant Colonel James for the ther theMies
summer
1 x r
Minx 11 Mart Karta Cairo daughter of the
Minister X < of Costa Rica J Calve
IB spending a f fvisiting few days Ia New ew York Yorkytttg
visiting tIag rafotrvoH rel r ell She wW go to W Wee eM
Point at OK end of the week to visit her
brother Cadet stet Canto CahraJustice CantoJadtia
calvoi
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Justice J ttee and MiWaomae ira > Tlioatss H a wader Aaderson lIiMr lIiMr80ft
son have hit ve goaeio Atlantic City Cltytr G for a a ashort
short etaj etajWise Ma MaHiIII
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Wise Chew ChewReturns Cke CkeRetuDe ChewRstarns
Returns te Capital CapitalMies CapitalX1u CapitalMba
Mba Evelyn Chew who spent a fair fairdays towa8 fe fedays
days in Now York Y k last Jaatweek week the t e gaCNat gaCNator gu guof ot otof
of Dr and Mra Andersen has rotura roturaed naUtrnell rotxrnad
ed to Washington WashingtonMiss Wullla
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Miss Marie Duryoe daughter of o L
Mrs GutdetDuryee baa b gone one to t Bel 301glade Belgrade ¬
grade Camp Pa where she be will spend spendthe s i
the greater reatel part of the e summer summerMrs uner unerXr
Mrs Xr Charges Henry HeI ry Butler who w o boa
been visiting yllt in Yonkers Y N Y will willreturn willreturn boal l
return to Washington Whln oft this tltl evening eveningMr evenagXr
Mr and Mrs Arthur Ai insr W Dana will
leave lea Washington next week eek for An Annapolis Anwnapolta n
napolis poI where they will spend June Juneweek JUDeweek
week They will return to Washing ¬
ton for a few days before going t to St
Louis Lou for a visit visitMr ylatMr ridtAir
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Mr and att Mrs V W B Wood W of ofstreet Q Qstreet
street entertained eIIt informally at dinner
last Jutita evening evenferMrs =
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Mrs Heit HeitTe HeltT HestTe
Te T Entertain at Tea TeaMrs TeeIrs Teatm
Mrs tm Holt wife of ParnmeAftr Felix K KHolt 1L 1LHolt
Holt U S S N
who has recently recotrtrgtrmed re returned n nttlnaed ¬
turned to W YubJartee htetoa fmn Ports P Jttco Jttcowhere 1Uc 1UcwbWe o
where her hiwband Is stationed Len is issued Isu ¬
sued u arils card for a tea tomorrow after afternoon alternoon ter terDOOD ¬
noon on at f t S oclock Mrs Holt k the theor to e
gurt o of her parents Mr and aErslh Mrs John n I
T Granger cf Connecticut avenue avenueMrs yon yon11I
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Mrs 11I Samuel Todd Davis stNi d Iwr IwrGives M or r
c Mies Miesaenttiaotat Mo fired 1 wIIa I IttNe
ttNe ed aenttiaotat a Ia tM R eIlLWIIII F11tcLL tMle
abat the ht of JUDe SIMI od JtO Nwtk ortti 0
make a number of vfcits vfcitsMrm Ylaitss YlaitsIra I
01 01III s
Mrm Ira III L E Koon and d Mlse Bditfe Kcon JCc ln °
vflleioee alit elaM their apartment nt in the High t I
lads next week and go to Atlantic de Cl Cltv
for two tw weeks weekstor They will theR m to
XkJ1 Arun to make a serlea of vt visits af
ter which thy wilt sto o to Bar Harbor
for the remainder of the theBackeyTerrey th thBtlCkeyTerray awmaer
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Wedding y Party Chosen ClweeaMice C8eHRThe
The wedding party w whkh l will vd attead aft
Mice K Alice A Ike Taytoe Waring Bnckey Bricke Brickedaughter
daughter of o Thomas W Backer Bur + Y y a aM aMdet en d dCadet
Cadet det Daniel Huston H stan Torrey of o W Wes WQtPoint Wesletat st stFeint t
Feint at their marriage Friday even evenChareh e eIa cbra
Ia JUDe r bar St Karpret EpkIeopaJ BpiieopiChurch i I IClaafth
Church has been selected selectedIt i iIt
It will x 141 Include Mien I Anne Seymour SeymourJonoa SeDlOUrJoIIeII
Jones daughter of Repr3eetativ Jones Jonesof J Jof e eof omeAlke n
of Virginia as maid of honor Alias AliasWright a AUce AUceWright AlleeWrlPt
Wright daughter dau hter < of Judge Daniel Thew ThewWr Thewwrt he heWrign x I
Wr wrt tt nt Miss Doria Frederick daughter daughterof
of Colonel Frederick U S S A Miss MissLite I ILl ri ter
Life Ll Gamby daughter of Colonel Gamby Gambyei Gamb Gambof y
ei West West Point and Mias Mary Madison Mad1eonJone Mad I IJones
Jones of W Washington V as maid brtteecnaideCapt maidCapt bridesmaidsCapt
Capt Merwin JI rwtn C Backer First Artll Artlllery ArtJIeM Art
let Corps C U I S S A now stationed stationedPnrt at atFort atFort
Fort Howard Maryland brother of ofbride the thebride thebride the
bride will be beet man J1 and th thp thewill uehere ueherewill U8Iteoswf11
will be Cadets Ca tll Salleck S31 k Wildrick W Welty WeltyGray Welt elty eltyGray r
Gray WjUerman tennan and Marshburn all allof allof a aof 11
of whom win In graduate e from West eet Point Pointwith Pointwith Poi Poiwith nt
with the brld bridegroom t cwm June 14 14A 14A
A reception r recei 1Nt it t the home of the brides bridesfather bride bridelbther ideSftl a
father ftl ter the Mantes apiH Woodley oodlfY Lane x xfollow will willfollow it itf
follow f < the efresnonAir cfremonv cfremonvMr cfor
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Mr and Mrs Victor Vietor Fischer Flsch r have haveclosed haoclo her herclosed °
closed ed their apartment ap rtment in Iii the Con Connecticut ConnectJeut Co Cocut n ¬
necticut macL macLYork cut and loft Washington Wadhin a hlngtbn ftnn for New NewYork NoWYork 1e rv
York from where they will m sail short shortly shortly shortly ¬
ly for Europe I ± urope to spend the summer summerMrs summero summerlr
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Mrs lr William Mtcou > eou who ho has beenthe been beenthe b8nthe
the guest ue8t of Mr r and Mrs Benjamin BenjaminMicou BenJamtnlcou BenjaminMicou
Micou for several verI days left Washing Washington ashlnr ashlnrton ¬
ton today to return to her homear home homeMr homer
Mr r and Mrs Benjamin Micou will willclose willclOaJe willclone
close their Washington residenceabout residence residenceabout residenceabout
about the middle of June and go o to toLake toL toLake
Lake L ke Rossaau u Canada where they theywill thoywill theywill
will spend the summer s season seasonThe 5eIIOnThe seasonThe
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The Solicitor General and Mrs Bow Bowerar BoweN Bowera
era will close their residence ro k1ence on onRhode enRhode onRhode
Rhode Island lnd avenue the first of next nextmonth nextmonth nextmonth
month and accompanied aeeomp nled by b their Uteirdaughter e1rdaughtor theirdaughter
daughter Mia Martha Bowers willgo will willgo
go to East Gloucester Glouce ter Mass for the thesummer thesummer thesummer I
summerCONCERT summer summerCONCERT I
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Mrs M rs Sherman Returns ReturnsFrom ReturnsFrom
From Visit to Utica UticaMrs
Mrs Sherman wife ef e Ute Tioe VJeePrldut Yleeesident
PresMeAt Pr Prmo esident returned to Wabtagtaii tide thtamorning tideIIIOCAIag tiderning
morning mo mosp rning from Utica N T where WHr sue suespent cueent u upent
spent sp ent the last several days daisThe daysTke daysT
T The 8 G German rmaa ambeeesder Jet W Wington Wash Washington
ington tills J morning for New York Ik te tesPid tospend
spend a few dayTlte day daysThe
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Senater Burrows BurrowsAbsent BurrowsAD BurrowsAbeeat
Absent AD eRt in Michigan MichiganSenator MichiganSe MichiganSetrator
Senator Se tor Burrows te spending a few fawcaya
t caya in Michigan Mrs Burrows will willremain 1remaln willremain
remain in WshJn Washington ton too until Congress Consrasadjourns CODgr CODgradjourns
adjourns ad journs and then sao and the Sen Senator sDator Senator ¬
ator will go to their home bt me In Kalaraa K1a =
zoo zo o Mich for the remainder of o the be
summer ummerMrs summerMrs
pfe n mm mmMrs
Mrs Frank Ellis who baa bees beesCf eea
spending some time at the Vlr Virginia DI
Hot H ot Springs returned to Waaat WadintItoa gtoQ
todayCd today todayCol
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Cf Col CharI Charles H Hel Hey U S S A A win
daM his residence
OR Wyemiaf av ae
Due flu e about the first of JwieTawl June sty ae ae
eompaated by ate alster w Mtec tin HeyL H 1 aDd aadto
his daughters hters the M humus HQt wilt go
to his h summer hoo honest e M Deer Park ParkA ParkA
A B Cttrrier CttrrierHost C CurrierHost rt er 1 1Host
Host at Comet Party PartyAlbert PartvAJb6t PartsAlbert
Albert B Currier of Chfeago who
is spending g several days m Washing <
Urn at the New Wlllard was host at ata ata
a d dears ace at the Highland HI test evening G1 G1fellooed
followed fo llowed by a comet party and dryoor anda aadtJte suppsr
oor a the root roofSecretary rootSecretary
SecretaryAnd Secretary SecretaryAnd SecretaryAnd
And Mrs MacVeagk Hwts HwtsThe HtsThe HantsThe
The Secretary of tbe TroMwry Trenmuryrs and andMrs aDdYrs andet
Mrs M rs MacVeash bad as th t their < 4r guests at atdinnnr atdhtAnr 1
dinnnr last evening the ntittdtecSwedes mtoisiar of ofSweden ofSwedca
Sweden Herman ie e Lacjareraaiz La4J th thminister tb6 tb6mtl theharge
mtl m minister 8ter of Denmark Count Msttfce XeltkeCharge tbe tbeChargre b bMarcbeeet e
Charge C harge daffaires of Italy aad andMontigliarl Marchesa Marchesadi MarcbeeetGansu
di Mootigitari XT and Mrs Garrett GarrettMiee GrnttWIN GansuCameron
WIN Cameron Miss Cath Catherine Catherineother riae Cameron CameronMias C erea ereaKIM
Cameron
KIM M Mri ine inech Oliver atlas Wetmore ties Aid Aidrich AJdrtcb
rich ri ch Miss I Williams Senator SenatorRepreaentaxtve BttvorMgs BttvorMgsBepresentatrve Jhyed JhyedBepreHntative
Bepresentatrve Butler Amore Mr Wit Williams WIIUams Wittfams ¬
liams and Mr WektoaMr WeldonMr Weldon
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Mr and Mrs Henrr K3rke Porter Porteralive acid aadMice adU
Mice Hegeman dosed tbek tit boss Wi WiI 9 9I
I street and left today to ty for their PiOa PiOaborg PktII1aarg
borg b urg home Oak Maaor X Laser they will wttlgo willSO vft vftgo
go to their summer pines risurhamiihia risurhamiihiaL JlW1 JlW1LL
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The Charge C daffaires of the theof Location L Lof Locationof
of th Ute Aresti Argoattae Arb e RoaabMc RepIIbIIcYIIIepa and Maw MawVftt l a
Vftt YIIIepa V sa will entertain at lea ea Wdal W Wday wday esln
day May S 50 6 ia tolobraUoa of t tp Ute ill illHprJDdeDee
HprJDdeDee iop p < ndeaee of Argentina AnaattoaTbe ArgentinaThe IIa IIaTIM
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and Mme ValMviaa Ire < the thetne theteca oC
tne Haters tt fatolivia teca father Ute mink minkBolivia minister r rBoIIYIa row
Bolivia B olivia for a few days On their t re return relure ¬
turn to New York they will be aeeom aeeompanted aeeeetpDIed
panted by lIt Idles CaUarox CaUaroxGot t ldere 1 1cI
Got 701 sad a Mrs MrsT A Seedaaa r bane I Iek
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pi lea araue a ut ash no hrs hrsMacMillan Yr YrT
T MacMillan MaeM U uDr a A ADr J JDr
Dr Ceccato CeccatoIs CeccatIa
Is Expected T Today TedayDr daj dajDr
Dr G C Ceccato Who has bean beanointed ap appointed popetltted ¬
pointed p ointed aaancial secretary of the I Ital Itallaa ItaJen ii
lea embassy to sneered PlOt I JltaYalola JltaYalolaexpected + st str avaiola avaiolafe
> fe r expected to arrive in WMrs Wasbtecton Wasbtectontoday w wt
today todayMrs 7Yrl
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Mrs Hoary Ht ry A Seymow Se7saor Miss x Bet Hale HaleW s ae aeW e
W Seymour and Mine Rae X Sex Seymo SeY7 SeY7JIIOQr Sextnoar
mo JIIOQr r have gone to New w York and win winsail tri trisal n
sail 1 from chore oa Saturday y 04 the thePrinces t
Princes s Irene of o the North NorthLloyd German GermanIJoyd GttIDuaLloy4
Lloyd live 11 for ferDr Europe EuropeDr trope
Dr J C Boyd medical direct directtailed director directorUnited directorUDlted
United States Stat navy Miss XI Alice Boyd Boydand Be Bend
and a nd Master W 11 W Boyd accompanied accompaniedby aoooaepa led
by Mine Xi Carroll and Dr A A C SUtaley SUtaleyarf StaahY1 aia
are aTf spending a few days YIJ at t the Hotel HotelWolcott
Wolcott o tt in New eW York before salllncr salllncrIor rallla ralllatstr 1I 1IiOt S
Ior Europe EuropeMrs EuropeMrs
Mrs John W Stotenoburg St has b hasut canto cantoout cantaout
out O ut for the ferriage of her daughter daughterMiss clu Jater JaterXI r
Miss XI Laura Aaneatey to Lieut Cbarle CbarleCbarlee CbrleeCbarkis ChatIsCharles
Charles Russell R Mayo U S A Awedding The Tbewedding Thew 1 9
wedding w dtft will take place Wedaeedaune Wednesday y
June J une 1 ia St Marsarefs lar t Bplseopa BplseopaChurch Bpl8eepalChurch E
Church ChurchMrs ChurchMrs ChurchMrs
Mrs Knun Kramer r will ofi1 attend her sister tel telIftatron ac acmatron a
matron of honor and Lieutenant LleuteaaatGnha nt ntGraham easat
Graham Gnha of the Tenth Cavalry CaY ry will willact willaet wl 11
act as best man for Lieutenant Mayo ta
The ushers ua will be L4 Ueateaaat ut aaat Hunter Hustont Huet Huetaptaa Hunteraptan ven
t aptan Labn Lieutenant Lleute aat Scott t Tenth TenthCavalry A j
Cavalry and Lieutenant Date mix Thirteenth TlIlrtteatb ¬
teenth Cavalry CavalryA
A smelt r eeDtloB at the home of the
brides aunt Mrs James L Y Young at atthe attlK
the > Wyoming Wyo wttt follow feUo the eoromooy coemen
Third T hird Ind of White House HouseGarden H HouseGarden use useG
Garden G rden Parties aches Prettiest Prettiestof
of Series SeriesI SeriesSummer
I Summer S Gowns Predomi Predominate Pr rd rdnate e eGowns GOI 1 1nate mr ¬
nate Among Features of ofOutdoor ofOutdoor OfOutdoor
Outdoor FunctionMrs Function
Mrs Tafts garden party yTatenflay Merra Rlqal Rlqalt8nMNNa af afthe atotneon
t8nMNNa t otneon at tile Whtt tt htte Howe wan WBStJMt gNMe gNMee
the th e prettiest JIet e of s the series so fax The ThepiMsant IMpIeuaat TheAiesant
piMsant weather made It efeifgMfMt Mltg iftll for foraa foran
aa outdoor function aad DUe of fire tbeguests fireguests
guests were received indoors as were weremoot weeot wereafoot
moot of those last week weekThe weekbe wealsThe
The President Mt stood beside Mrs Taftt Taft TaXtWhite TItto
t o received 011 the law lawn 8I of de heWhite deWhIte
White House underneath the gus grsap p ef efstately sCstatei etstately
stately old trees Captain Butt making makingthe a1degthe > r rfife
the presentations tioD tioDKnL as usual usualMrs nsaalMrs
Mrs Taft looked exceptionally well eII1tI eII1tIPWa te isa tea
a sown of blue marqnlootu trisaMsei trisaMseiwith ttlrdewIt trsa ud edwith
with bands of black and a bet to tomatch teT tomatch
match matchThe matchThe
The T dalfitttj appointed tea t table TCB TCBlaid was WiaoSaId waslaid
laid underneath the trees tr The Marine MarineBand MarineBaal r1n r1nBaad
Band played throughout tbe afternoon afieraoeaSummer aUenIOOILSummer afternoonSummer
Summer gowns hats and a14weA parasols parasolswore pataselawere
wore Ute predominating It tta faa atacas rea la the thoboaatifia theboautifrl
boaatifia costusres t > worn by the fnralu fnralume f8MIaIDe teselaftts
IDe me ooaUas ooatls3aat nt aoMns amens theMier the suastg >
4 4Miss
Miss Mary E M ea eIIe y will I ieee ieeeWashington
Washington Yueeda lor Yotoad 1
flnriasis 3tew 3 + e dto stowlac i route h 1st Bee 3octon Beeoo
ton tOllIUllll t oo sod Worcester wt where sao will w b make laakeaserios aakea anu anua
a aserios aeries of o visits vMteTbe vWtThe visitsTh
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Th The e reception roceotioa at the Cafaw ia iatbe honor c
the d delta leS51tes ea to the worlds ionic stufday y
School eonentton eon eadou from Great Itnd tt Britain Britainand Btitaiaand
and a nd the British colonies wig V M held
tomorrow Saturday S afternoon atter fron 4
to i octock octockMrs o oclockLouis clock
clockio + io
Mrs Louis Lon Ebwman of Ftareneecourt FlalMlCecourt Florence Florenceourt
court c has h as her guests for oc isle snra snramer 88mmer eaame
mer me Mrs Sol Rice and her dnnghanr g
sr Ms Jennie Rice of Chicago ChicagoThey Chea ChieagoThey
They will be at home informally tomorrow to tomorrow ¬
morrow afternoon afternoonSALE attensooS
SALE S SAL LE E TO AID CUBE CUBEi CUBEStarmont GAUSEOF
OF CONSUMPTIVES CONSUMPTIVESStarmont CONSUMPTI
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Starmont Starrrt nt Auxiliary Will WillServe fillServe
Serve Lunch to Swell SwellWhite SveHVhite
White Plague Fund FundThe
The Starmsnt t Auxiliary aa erAaaination orgaai orgaaiaatiosi erbRIaUoa
nation xorki workiac > for te t e beTteftt of offcoasmnptrveg t tPt
t fcoasmnptrveg Pt ves will holl a a spring lunch teacmand 1IC 1ICaM
and sale tomorrow fr tn m peen watil 1iUI 1oclock 9 9oclock tdock
oclock dock at t the residence r c Mrc Appleton Ap Appleton Appletoa
pleton P Clark Jr 172 Lanier place ptacenorthwest placeaert placenorthwest
northwest aert wM near KigiiteeatJi teeatJa street streetaad atreetaM
and Columbia Co road roadSalads roaLSaJa roadSalads
Salads sUiId tad other 5iBaeomi sewe lf dais daisties aInwell dss l ln
ties as well as lees and rtravvberrieswill strawberries strawberrieswill 8trawtter 8trawtterwU1
will be served at reasonable r w prtces prtceswhile pdoMWhile pdoeWhile
while useful fancy woo work will be ol oltf8nIi f fB
tf8nIi B for sale aI It ta wcpcatod a a larger large largesum Jargewilt
sum slu r wilt b M rained ta ta Ute UteAt caaae caaaeAt
sluAt
At a rec feeeat at meeting tei dieM em s ojaversofi ojaversofithe sy6eers o otJae oi f
the auxiliary were elected Mrs W WH WJL WIf
H Sftotec president Mr Mrs George e X XSterabers xStenaberg XSternberg
Sterabers first vice president preeM pc al Mrs MrsA xnA
A A M McLechlen second vice presi president JlCeeIeat pteatlent ¬
dent eat Mrs William Wirt recsrdeas recsrdeasecretary r rMte1etal7
secretary Mra Carter Ke X4HNM Keen a eecr eecrspoadlngr eenspon4l eorrerpo
spon4l rpo spoadlngr ding secretary aad Mrs H B BJohastoa Blobatoa BJohnston
Johnston treasurer treasurerMuch trurelMaeh treasurerMach
Much good has been dome ay Ute tfceauxiliary Uteauxiliary
auxiliary ta the war oa tb tIM white whiteplague wldtep whiteplague
plague p and tile lunch ash sate to tomorrow to tomorTOW ¬
morrow will be well attend tteIIIied ad it is isexpected Isxpected bexpected
expected expectedCLEANING xpectedCLEANING
CLEANING DAY OVER OVERAT OVERAT OVERAT
AT THE POSTOFFICE POSTOFFICETbe
The biggest 1 bouatcloaaing ho that thattak has hastaken
taken tak puce ia Washing R aoldniton hitoe ton this serins tIpdagJ1I iris irisIs
to Just t being De bought to a clean cios ia tile tfcePoatofnce tileiwt
Poatofnce buikttng buikttngPofuaaster iwt iwtu <
u Under the supervision of 1lililtetit t tPofouaastr
Pofuaaster 1a tntadter Norman Allen Meritt and andTheodore d dTlIeodore
Theodore L Weed formerly chief chiefclerk eldefc1eJ1t
clerk of the Department of o Commerce Commerceaad C CaDd
aDd Labor the PoatoMee bnniHng tea teabeen u uheetI
been renovated from tae ceOar te > o aad aadindudteg aadIDducItag
Including Its tower Not a foot of ets etsoft wood woodwork ¬
work exit in the mammoth mallUDOClbHa atructave aa aabeen Ms
been slighted slightedIa sJJsla sJJslaI f
Ia I addition a to this t a good deal of the theexterior tilextertor theexterior
exterior stonework st wo has been Roan over overand overand er eraDd
and a great many boxes box sad other I ItlcJe armtiles r rticloe
tiles stored in the building which were wereof wereof wereof
of no use have been removed It is isclaimed iselaimi
claimed dsiat iatwi wihad that the bending buI to cleaner liras tamoit dIanIt lirasR lirasdsiat
it has been la n several years
Short Talks on onClassified onClassified onClassified
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Classified Advertising AdvertisingThe
The Want Ad as a Medium Through ThroughWhich
Which to Talk to Your Neighbors NeighborsDo
Do you realize what this means means Are Jou you aware that your yourevery yourevery yourevery
every want can qln be filled if you but tell to it to ena enough e h peopie peopJefbat pegoQiiethaf pegoQiiethafrerardks f feat featregardless I Iregardless
regardless of what it is whether you want to seH or buy feat to toor toor toa
or from whether you want help or a job recover a last article aI afind or orfind orfind
find its owner a want ad in The Times will do it itIF itIF itIF
IF YOU WANT ANYTHING ANYTHINGTALK ANYTHINGTALK ANYTHINGTALK
TALK TO THE TOWN THROUGH THE TIMES TIMESCall TIMESCau TIMESCall
Call up Main 5s60 and ask for the Want Ad Dept TeM Ike Ikead kad e ead
ad taker what you want An appropriate ad will be > ifeSien ei1Jraies ei1JraiesexpIai rsi jafes jafesexplained rirsexplained
explained expIai d anc if satisfactory advertisement iRseriedYo iRseriedYocan inserted Your Yourcan Siaa2 Siaa2can
can often be filled the same day dayThe dayThe dayThe
The average ad costs less than 25c

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