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8 THE WASHINGTON TBEES MONDAY 3IAT 23 23i1O 1910
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WHY INSURGENCY IS GROW GROWING GROWING ¬
ING IN THE HOUSE HOUSEThe HOUSEI HOUSEThe
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The debate d in the House between betweenRepresentative betwconR
Representative R pi seritnihe Butler Ames of Massa Massachusetts fasSQchusetts ¬
chusetts and id Chairman Sorcno Payne Payneof
of the thd th W Ways V8 and Means r ns Committee Committeeon
on the resolution ros lution favoring freer andbetter I Ibetter
better trade r relation latioM with Canada C n is isnot isot i
not ot without wftbout its illuminating iJhuin < ting side on onmatters onmatters
matters other than relations with the theDominion theDominion
Dominion It sheds a aqood good ood deal d l of oflight oflight
light on the question Why v hy there is i in insurgency insurgency j ¬
surgency in the House House why by there is isdeep isdeep
deep dissatisfaction di868tisf tion with the rules rulesajid rulesand rulesnnd
and whj insurgency has coased to be beconfined beconfined
confined to any anyone one set of men or to toany toany toany
any section sectionIt
It appears that last March Mr Amos Amosintroduced AmosintI1xluced
introduced a resolution which went to tothe tothe
the Ways and iwl Means Ieans Committee ex expressing cxi cxipre8sing oxpressing ¬ i
pressing the judgment of the House in infavor infavor
favor of closer relations reJati DB with Canada CanadaThat CaudAThat CanadaThat
That was the end of the resolution resolutionMr r iiOlutionIr
Mr Ir rayjve and his colleagues eoll agues on Ways Waysend Waysand VaysBnd
end Means proceeded to bury it it and it itremains itremains
remains interred beyond hope of resur resurrection resurrection ¬
rection They Th y would w ukl not oven allow allowa allowa
a hearing on it despite a petition petitionPigned petitionFjgncd
Pigned by seventyaeveii members of ofthe ofthe
the House Republicans rs at t that Mr MrPayne MrPayne MrPayne
Payne replied r < plled that the petition does doesnot doeB110t
not Change the attitude of the mem members members ¬
bers of the committee with iUt whom I Ihave I11ap Ihave
have conferred Mr lr Amos says that thatto tMtto thatto
to his request re < for a hearing Mr Payne Paynearrogantly PaynearrogantJj
arrogantly insisted that as far as you youcould youOJuld youOUld I
could fmdout find out ne DeODe one wanted waR the he reeo resolution reeoaution reeoaution ¬
aution and that it was wn not good po political political political ¬
litical sense And in a letter to Mr MrPayne Ir IrPJ1yne frPzyne
Payne Mr Ames says saysIt saysIt
It Is just such hidebound intolerance intoleranceof i iof
of the desire de lrel and rights of o others that thatIs thatis thaiIs
Is forcing members to adv advocate te against againsttheir a glngltletr nst nsttrolr
their better judgment a committee commttt e of ofcommittees Gfclmmltt ci cicimm1tte
committees clmmltt in the House in order to topurge toJ t tpnre
purge J urre itself of such individual misrule misruleand mi migrulinnd rule rulemd
and abuse of power > r It is 1 just such suchdomination zueldomination
domination and disregard di8re of the pubtlc
desire that J J6 fostering he movement movementof flovetnenof
of Insurgency Insu e not only in the House but butthe t tn1o
n1o lpo the widespread Insurgency with withwhich I Iwbfch j
which we e are now face to tofaee tofaeeAnd face faceAnd faceAnd
And tTiis Jis bearin bear bear1in lin mind mi is not the theexpression theexpresluon th 2 2expression
expression of a Avestern Yesorn progressive progressivebut
but of a Massachusetts member who whohas whobas wh whbas
bas generally been regular It ex explains 6 6p1ains oxplains ¬
plains in part why it is that Can Cannonism Cnnonism Cannonim
nonism and Aldrichism are losing loningtheii their tJ1eirgrip theirgfP I Igrip
grip gripJust
Just why Mess I rs Payne Mid nd DaJzell DaJzelland Da1aelland I Iand
and a small group of RepiAMoans con controlling controlling controlling ¬
trolling Ways and a d Means rca 6 should so sofar SOfar s sfar
far arrogate 1irroga authority to themselves themselvesas t ves vesas S Sna
as to refuse ex oven en I honring hoarini to seventy seventysorren eventyaeren vent ventsoten
sorren other Republicans R in the House Houseon e eIs
is impos impossible ib e If 1 understanding eeep cxeepon 1 1on
on the theory thoor that they are deter determined determined ¬ j
mined then shall be no fair and open openconsideration ri riconsideration I
consideration of o the tariff question in inany inany ii ii iiany
any fashion fashionJS fashionis i iIS
IS THE ARMY RlIY TO BE DEPRIVED DEPRIVEDOF
OF HARDTACK HARDTACKIs I
II I II
Is the array to lose lOt its hardtack hardtackThere hArdtackThere hardtackThere I
There are n1Jnbli rumblings B of some such su dis disaster dise dister ¬
aster ter as this They Th Juc are not entirely entirelyvague entirel entirel3ue i
vague 3ue or remote and are near enough enoughto Ii Iito
to give ie old army men fJl uneasiness It Itappears I t tappears I Inpp
appears npp < ars the commissary general is test testing testinS testing ¬
ing a new form of ot ofyesst yeaet ye et bread made madeunder madeI f fnuder
I under a recipe that t preserves its pals palatability pt palstability a atability
tability and at the same time imparts impartsto impartto
to the thefood food article the necessary JteceeE ry keep keeping keeping keo keoing ¬
ing qualities So far tests of the new newiread ne nebread neiread
iread show that it can be kept over overa ove r ra
a month and still be in perfectly good goodcondition goodconditioD goo d dcondition
condition conditionJust conditioDJust conditionJust
Just think of the next great grc t army armyof armyof arm V Vof
of the United States tJiat hot goosforth oosforth to tobattle tobattle t tbattle
battle subsisting sub i8ti on yeast broad d and andhaving andhaving an d dhaving
having no trace of hardta k k in it ithaversacks itfi itfiha itbaversacks
haversacks haversacksGrizzled ha baversacksGrizzled versacks versacksGrizzled
Grizzled veterans of the civil vil war wargrim wargrim u r rgrim
grim old oldsergeaBts sergeants who Jto spent years yearsfighting YCArrifighting yea H Hfighting
fighting the t Indians OR the plains plai S sol soldiers soldiers so 1 1diers ¬
diers who have hiked through the thetangled thetangled ti e etangled
tangled trails and dismal swamps of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the Philippines will be > e saddened by bythe bythe lj y ythe
the thought that bardtack that an ancient ancient ai t tdent ¬
cient and honorable institution is going goingto goit ig igill
to be relegated and retired They will willhave willbaVe wi ill
have misgivings about it it They wit witBonder willonder wi it
Bonder onder how ho any set of men can pos possibly poEf poEfi po a
sibly i ly put up the real article in the way wayof wayof we weof LV
of a scrap without the consolations of ofhardtack ofhardtack f fL
hardtack bacon and black strap strapor L
or r army coffee How many battles battleshave battleshave battl en enhave
have been fought and won upon them themhow t1temhow a a110w
how many campaigns have M ve been con conducted conducted co II IIducted ¬
ducted to success 5Uee li with no o O oier her ra rations rationa p a ations ¬
tions To hungry soldiers these make makea nial e ea
a meal fit for any manner of men menThose menThose tue ii iiIhose
Those who have experienced c erieJKJed them will williiave willne w ill illis
iiave ne a suspicion ro that tbn t yeAst broadis broadisfor broad broadbr is isfor
for mollycoddles no matter what t may maybe marbe tin
be said as to the greater healthfulness healthfulnessof bCt thfulness thfulnessof s
of the new n W preparation preparationThousands preparationThousands
Thousands of those who w o have va fol followed fo foJawed f 1 ¬
lowed the flag ag will heave a sigh and anddied and andied a nd
died ied a tear on that day when the or T ¬
1
der d er goes forth that hardtack is to go gowith gowith
with w ith the army no more moreSTUDY moreA moreSTUDY
A STUDY OF INDUSTRIAL INDUSTRIALI INDUSTRIALTRAINING
I TRAINING TRAININGThe
The Bureau of Labor of the fhe Depart Department Department Departtent ¬
ment n of Commerce and Labor will soon soonbegin soonbegin
begin b egin an exhaustive c ustiv studyof study of the ques question question ¬
tion t ion of industrial training A pre preliminary preJ ¬
liminary J li lif inquiry is now on foot having havingfor haingfor
for f or its purpose pU1J > ose a determination as to towill tothe
the t he exact lines along w wiiioh ich the study studywill
will w ill be directed dit tcd The Federation of ofLabor ofLRbor
Labor L abor and andt1tat that part of the general generalpublic generalpublic
public p ublic interested in the material materialprosperity materialprospority
prosperity p of the country have joined joinedin
pi
in i n the urgent requests to the depart department deprtmont ¬
mont m ont which have brought about this thisstudy thisstudy
study s of the situation situationThe situationThe
The result will no doubt justfy the thetime thetime
tt time t and expense of the inquiry and andtho andtho andhe
tho t he reports will be awaited with con considerable considerable conidorable ¬
siderable s interest The cause of in industrial industrial inustrial ¬
ds dustrial d education has been gaining gainingsupport gaiI ing ingsupport
support s in intelligent qjartors < for a along along
long l ong time To say this is not neces necessarily necessarily ¬
sarily s to disparage literary training trainingThe trainingThe
The T Ta he rising generation will still bo aided aidedand aidedand
Te and a nd encouraged to acquire a rounded roundededucation roundedducation
education e which will comprehend every everybranch everybranch I
branch b of polite learning But with withthousands th ththou
thousands thou t OOs of young men and women womenthe womenthe womenhe
the t he question of most vital importance importanceis
is to make a living and an industrial industrialeducation industriaJeducation
education e is essential if they are to togo togo
go g o out into the world equipped as they theyshould theyshould
should be beTho beTho beThe
Tho progress of science and tho mul multiplication multiplition ¬
tiplication t of laborsaving devices deviceshave dcvi dcvimno
have h ave made industrial education to a afar afar
far f ar greater gtt ter extent than ever before in inthe inthe
the t he history of the world a distinct distinctbranch distinctbmncl1
branch b ranch of learning and the fever of ofcompetition ofcompetition
competition c has made manual rnAnu l train training training ¬
ing ta tai g increasingly necessary The field fieldis fieldis
is i s broadening br dcning every day and the theBureau theBureau
Bth B Bureau ureau of Labor does d well to take up upthe p pbo
the th bo e subject and study it thoroughly thoroughlyIts
Its I ts report will be awaited with interest interestthroughout interostthroughout
throughout t the country countryENFORCEMENT countrrE
E ENFORCEMENT ORCEMENTOBPUREFOOD ORCEMENTOBPUREFOODAND OE PURE FOOD FOODAND
AND DRUGS ACT ACTIn ACTIn
In the course of the administration administrationof
of o f the pure food and drugs act there therehave t ere ereMve
have h ave been many controversies kicked kickedup kiokedup kickedp
up u p Some of these controversies con continue continue ¬
tinue t to rage awl will rage for f r an in indefinite indeAnitc ¬
definite d period For instance there is isthe isthe
the question of the use of benzoate of ofsoda of8O1a
soda s A referee board of distinguished distinguishedchemists di dihtinguishedlientists tinguishedeltemists
chemists e passed on benzoate of soda sodai odnwag
i was wa not notslJJe able sub o find it damaged dA ed healthy healthyhuman healthyhumAn
human beings and Dd as a result the themanufacturers them
manufacturers m n nufaturcrs using U8 ng this preservative preservativewere r
were ero given the benefit of the doubt doubtand doubta doubtand
and a d allowed to go on using it Many Manyjod 1InnygQOd
gQOd < jod people believed then and a will willcontinue wiUeontinue
continue to believe that t it would have havebeen havebeen
been better and more in accord with withthe vitht I
the t e principles of right administration administrationof
of law to give the public the benefit benefitof
of the doubt but unfortunately we wehave webve
have not reached that high plane in ingovernmental inovornmental ingovernmental I
governmental ovornmental affairs Quite too gener generally generAlly gonerally ¬
ally the doubts are resolved re lved in favor favorof favorof
of the special interests and the public publicis
is left to take its chances chancesOther ehanccsOther ehnceOther
Other large and nd controverted ques questions qUEItioRS ¬
quesI
tions in connection with the pure food foodand foodand I
and drugs act are still ia i dispute It is isto istu I
to bo hoped if there are in relation to tothem tothem t
them any doubts as to which way to toturn toturn tcturn
turn they tile will m be resolved ia the t e favor favorof favorof favoof
of the plain people who are are most mostvitally mostyitally mostvitally
vitally concerned because 6 they thO have to todo todo tcdo
do the eoneuming eoneumingBut
But it deserves to be said that out outside outridc outside ¬
side of the range of the great con controverted contrOerted ¬
troverted questions in connection with withthis withthis wiUthis
this law W the Department of Agricul Agriculture Agriculture ¬
ture is doing much effective work In Ina Ina Ii Iift I
a quiet way with little fuss about aboutit aboutitluge it itlarge itI
large quantities of food products and anddrugs anddrn anc ancdru I
drugs drn which are re adulterated or mis misbranded
branded or both are being seized sei ed and andin andin am amin I
in the end condemned with the admin administration administration adininisthition ¬
istration of punishment in some cases casesSome casesSome casesSome
Some of the stuff seized is absolutely absolutelyunfit absolutelyunfit absolutel r runfit
unfit for human mmn consumption It can cannot canDOt ¬
not be doubted that on the whole an animmense animm gi giimmense i
immense imm n amount ol o good is being done doneby doneb
by b the enforcement of the law and the theDepartment theDep C
Department Dep rtment of Agriculture Agricul 1re is entitled entitledto entlfleto I
to due measure of credit for it itGO itGO itGO
GO OUT OF DOORS DOORSLIVE LIVE NEXT NEXTTO NEXTTO NEX1TO
TO NATURE NATURETheaters NATURETheaters NATURETheaters
Theaters are closing and andother other forms formsof fonnsof formof
of indoor jndo r entertainments are being sus suspended sitsfor j jtended
pended tended for the summer This is the be beginning beginning beginning ¬
ginning of the season of life outof1 outof1doors outof outofdoors outofdoors
doors in the open air nexttonature nexttonatureand nedt < nature
and 00 that tht t sort of thing It is the thegreat thegreat th thgreat C
great opportunity for everybody everybodygrownups ev ovqryodgrownups r body bodyownup5
grownups as well of children to to get geta ge I
a better a healthier and a happier happierview happierew happielife r
view of life t tXo I INo
Xo O atmosphere is so refreshing as asthat a athat S 1 1that
that that of the country Like the morning morningdew morningde momin g
dew de is melted in the sun so the mists mistsof mistsof gs s
of worry and care which hang over overmen overmen ove r
men in the cities are swept away away in inthe inthe i n
the country atmosphere All around aroundthe aroundtile aroun 1
the country UJltlJ is resplendent in its green greenof greenof gree n
of a new spring and fragrant with the theperfume theperfume t IC
perfume of lilacs and May blossoms blossomsAnd 5 I IAnd
And the road thereto is wide open open alike aliketo aliketo ali1 0
to rich and 00 poor to therich man rnanwith rnanwithn with withan wit h
an n automobile au omobile and to the poor man manwhose manw ntis a
ntisir
whose w only possession po is a stout pair pairof pairI pa paof ir
I of legs JegsI J JNo
No other urban community has a amore amore
I more vast and variable Tri ble a territory at ati atits i t
i its s very cry gates than Washington There Thereis The Thevariety e
is variety of scenery and a profusion profusionof fl flof
of trees and flowers Every car line lineleads lineleads lii te teleads
leads somewhere somew1cre in the country Every Everyhardpaved Ecryhardplwed Eves y yits
hardpaved street figuratively turns turnsinto turnsinto tim timinto its
into some cool country lane or or winds windsinto windsinto wini Is
into a delightful suburban district districtwhich districtwhiC distri C Cwhich 4
which spells relief and forgetfulness forgetfulnessto ss ssto
to tired tir d minds mindsliven mindsEen mindsBSen
liven within witi jn the city Washington Washingtonpossesses Vashingtonpossesses n npossesses
possesses at acreage acreo e of green spots s
4 o
squares sq uares and parks which whi b when en enjoyed enjoyed enyed ¬
joyed jo yed make life worth while In no noother nOother nOther
other o city of equal size is there such suchopportunity suchopportunity
opportunity o for outdoor life which whichfor whichfor whichr
ofo
for fo r young and Gfd d alike gives the therelief therelicf thelief
relief re lief which dfstroys monotony monotonyThus monotonyThus
Thus from every direction 1r tion comes comesthe comesthe comese
the th e invitation to enjoy the open air airIf airIf
If one would lessen his burdens obtain obtainpeace obtainpeaco
peace p eitce and happiness h ppinc58 he should take ad advantage ad8ntage adantage ¬
vantage v of natures natur s hospitality Go to tothe tothe
the th e country or to the park Spin Spinalong Spinalong
along al ong the duty ity roads if you have an anautomobile anautomobile
automobile a or take a crosscountry crosscountrywalk
walk w alk if the limit of your resources is istho
tho th e carfare t tb get to the city < line But Butget
get g et out somewhere omewhercanywherc anywhere It will willdo wiUdo
do d o you good Even the porch or the thefront thefront theont
front fr ont doorstep of a summr evening eveningis
is better betterthanbeinghoused than being beinghoused housed up upGETTING upGETTING
GETTING G ONTO THE CURVES CURVESOF
4 OF HALLILYS COMET COMETApparently COMETAppar6nti COMETApparently
Apparently the astronomers have a agood agood aood
good g ood deal to te learn about Halleys Baileyscomet Halleyscomet Halleysmet
comet co met However one thing which they theyhave theyhave theyave
have h ave jrotesied rot oteted from the first has been beenverified beenerified
v erified and that is the harmlessness harmlessneasof
of o f the celestial C wajderer FT Algue Alguethe AIguethe Alguehe
to the t he noted astronomer in charge of the iheobservatory Lbeobservatory
observatory o at Manila makes the most mostpositive mostpositive
positive po sitive assertions based on exhaustive exhaustiveobservations exhaustiveobservations
observations o followed under favorable favorableconditions favorableconditions favorableonditions
conditions c He reports that no solid solidmatter solidmatter
matter m atter was as revealed revealedPresumably reTeaIedPresumably
Presumably these observations will willbe willbe
be b o confirmed from other places where wherethe here herethe
the t he conditions were similarly favor favorable favorable ¬
able a ble They como Como too late however to toaffect toaffect
affect a the people who have suffered sufferedfrom sufferedfrom
from f ront the delusion that the comet would wouldbump wouldbump
bump b ump the world and send it spinning spinningand
and a nd its denizens with it itoff off into space spaceDeaths spaocDeaths
Deaths D eaths have been reported on account accountof
of o f the comet some people have gone gonamad gonemad gonead
mad m ad others have experienced 6q > milder milderforms milderforms milderorms
forms f orms of distress No doubt before beforeanother beforeanother
another a threequarters of a century centurycomes centurycomes
comes c around greater confidence will be befelt befelt
felt f elt in the assurances 8 of the astrono astronomers StronomOl8 ¬
fm
mers m ore Much l ch may be made of the re reassuring reo reoaesuring ¬
assuring a results of the Philippine ob observations observations ¬
servations servationsMeanwhile servationsMeanwhile s
Meanwhile we can look forward to toa tolong tolong
a long and lively discussion of the thequestion thequestion theuestion
question q uestion Why is the comets tail tailThat taUt taUfThat
That Boston shop sir rl who has been beensued been4Ued
a sued for 3000 roo because another anot er womans womanshusband n nhusband
husband h foil in love with her will have haveto baveto
to t o save her salary for a long time to topay topay
pay p ay the bill bUlIt v vIt
It would w uld l Ie e hard for any band of ofmusicians otmwdolnn8
musicians m t s convict the 15009 Sunday Sundayschool Sun ay aycbool 1
school s people of all denozntaatione who whoare whoare
are a re in Washington WahJn on now of disbelief m munionism 10unlonl6m innionism
unionism unionismThe u
j jThe J JThe
The astronomers prediction thAt the thecomet thtcomet >
comet c wouldnt uldnt shatter anything ap appears ap apIerS apears ¬
pears p ears to have been a a bad hunch How Howabout Howabout Howbout
about a the hopes of those who wanted W wantedto Rted Rtedto
to t o see It ItIt ItIt
It is not reported whether the short shortage Ortage shortge ¬
age a ge of coal at Danville will lessen the thewarmth thewarmth thewarmth
warmth of Mr M Cannons reception when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he returns home homeWilliam homeWJlllftm
William WlIlktrnTStead T Stead one of the greatest greatestauthorities atest atestatItborltle
authorities a on spirits stays Y the report reportthat reportthat
that t George Geor e V is a hard drinker drtRker1s ie an anInfernal aninternal anfnfernaI
Infernal lie lieOne HeOne lieOne
One advantage in ths cloudy CJOi IT weather Weathers o ther therIs
is I s that ft saves AA a Jot oi TxSpJe n pJe e the trou trouble trouble ¬
ble b le of pretending to be Interested in the thecomet thecomet I
comet cometThe cometThe c
The true 1 pr petY pr t t > of e motion m Uon might mightproperly mld1tproper1yloe
properly proper1yloe ie l e irid sJd to be the salt used > by bya bya
a man wh ivhet Lc v uii u a poker game wln wlnFrom wlnnQr winnor
nor nQrFrom
From Rome comes the th news ne that i irich a arich a
rich American girl has snubbed an Ital Italian ItalIan flatan ¬
ian I an nobleman Times are changing changingAnyway changingAmWaY
Anyway It the th Republicans lose the thenext thenm th thnext S
next House they will be able to boast boastthat boaatthat boagithat
that they tho achieved their otvn o n defeat defeatThe deteatThe defeatThe
The Nlcaraguan kara wa w is being 1en conduct conducted cond couduted t ttd ¬
ed on the motto Dont fight butcap butcapture butcapture butcapture ¬
ture the other fellows supplies suppliesElectricity suppliosElectritlty supplies1lcctr2eIty
Electricity is now being beJn touted as an ananesthetic ananeIthctlc a a aanesthetic
anesthetic Ughtnlng baa put many a aperson aperson t tperson
person to sleep sleepMayor sleeDMaor sleepMayor
Mayor Gaynors administration adm1nl tratlon is be beginning begInning begInning ¬
ginning to make a noise suspiciously suspiciouslyIlka suspiciouslylIkes suspicious F Flike
like lIkes a record recordThe recordThe recordThe
The brilliancy of the comet has liter literally literally literally ¬
ally been smothered by b a wet blanket blanketThe blanketTh blanketThe
The Th aeroplane craze may oa explain expl in why whymany wh whmany whmany
many people think theyre so fly flyItsup fIyIrs fly1tsup
Itsup Irs up to the team to decide whether whetherthe whetherthe r rthe
the fans will knock or boost boostJupiter boostJupiter boostJupiter
Jupiter Pluvlus eoms > to be a jealous jealousold S Sold
old boy boyIt boyIt boyIt
It really should be called Haneys HaneysComic Halleysj Eciley S SComic
Comic ComicMias ComicMiss J JMiss
Miss Summer Sum r is slow this year yearWhats yearW7 yearW7ts
Whats W7 on the Program ProgramTonight ProgramTonight ProgramTonight
Tonight in Washington WashingtonConvention WasmngtonCOnvention
Convention Hall HaJISunday Sunday school conven convention conventi convention L ¬
tion ti
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To the Editor or The Washington Times TimesThe TimesThe TimesThe
The writer of fhIs t1ils article hopes that thatsome thatsome
some so me means means may be adopted to prevent preventthe preentthe prevente
the th thof e smoking of cigarettes by tho men menof menof menoi
of ov Obr r army armyIt armyIt armyIt
It is certainly a vicious clous habit and if ifcontinued Ifcontinued Ifntinued
continued co will render the soldier soldi r totally totallyunfit totallyunfIt totallynfit
up unfit u nfit for the service and I think every everyphysician everyphoslcan
physician p will back me up In this state statement statement stateent ¬
ment mentThe mentThe m ent
The cadets at the West Point Military
Academy A are areprohlblted prohlblted from smoking smokingcigarettes
cise cigarettes ci or having them in the thetr r pos posseslon > 08 08seslon
se seslon sin and why this should not be done doneIn doneIn
In the army I cannot understood understoodIf
If it Is necessary for the ot offlceV cdr or orenlisted orenlisted orlisted
enlisted en listed man to smoke let them use a apipe apIPe ape
pipe pi piet pe but by all means cut ut out the cigar cigarette cigarette ¬
ette et te In the army OLD VETERAN VETERANCapital VETERANCapital
Capital apita1 TaTes TaTesPlenty
Plenty of Time TimeS TimeA
g A A S Sold old Knuto goes so go gael Minne Minnesota MinneL lInnesota ¬
L 5 sota sotaThat sotaThat
That is tho theory on which the great greatmass JteatlnaM greatass
mass m ass of Republican voters in Minnesota Minnesotadecide rttnne8ftadecido Minnesotaecide
decide d dco ecide public questions qu tJons of moment ac according according ¬
cording co rding to a member of the House from fromthat tromthat
that th at State StateWhen StateWhen StateWhen
When United States Senator Knute KnuteNelson KnuteNelson
Nelson N elson decided < to become an Insurgent Insurgentduring InsurgentdurIng insurgenturing
during d dC uring the tariff session of the present presentCongress pre presentongress ent entConSTM8
Congress C ongress Minnesota Republicans be became be became ¬
came c insurgents and all of their Repre Representatives RepreIIJentat1v06 ¬
sentatives ae in the Horae Ho e with the excep exception rxcop ¬
tion ti on of Jim Tawney took their theIr cue cuefrom cuefrom
from fr om Knute and insurged 1nsur d also At this thissessIoh thisS0S5lo
sessIoh s ss es6IoCnute Knute ute decided that he would In Insurge Insurge Inurge
surge s against the railroad bilL Minne Minnesota Unnesota ¬
sota s ota members of the House decided that thatIt thatIt
It would be wise to adopt a similar atti attitude attltud ¬
tude tud t udt and they too are sIn the pet petproduction petproductJon petroduction
production p ps of Attorney General G m6raJ WIcker Wlcliersham WIckershaUL
sham shaULAnt s shamAnt
Ant In Minnesota the Norwegian and andSwedish andSwodleh
Swedish S vote dccMe d lc1e the fate of ambi ambitious ambt ambttlous ¬
tious ti ous statesmen Knute Nelson is a Nor Norwegian No Noazian o owfj ¬
wegian wfj w ws tan by b birth and he can get the thestate thestate thetate
state s of mind of that element of voters votersIn TO rs rsIn
In his State Quicker than any other otherman oth6lman otheran
man m an living Incidentally he makes it itbis ItJils
bis h is business bu lnes to see that the state of ofmind ormind
mind m ind referred to has a high regard for forthe torthe forhe
the t to he personality and statesmanlike stat manUke ability abilityor abm abmo
o or f one Knute Nelson NelsonThey N NThc
They Thc tell a story In tK tt senate anat n cloak cloakrooms clo cloacooms k krom
rooms rom r about a cantpairK rt rator who whowas whoWR8 whoas
was w as delivering speeches spet hes ln T Minnesota MinnesotaHe JnnesotaHe
wH
He H e marveled at the hold bol kelson eleon els had hadon badn
on o n the people peo e of th the State One day he hewa haarn
wa w 841 discussing
the subject with a or orwegiao oregian
wegiao w egian political tlcal boss To his awaae awaaement i
moot m eat he discovered that the rest of the thefolks theolka
I
folks f fs In Washington W hlngton who were generally generallysupposed generallysuppos generallyupposed
supposed suppos s to have something to t do with withshaping withhtplng 1 1shaping
shaping s the destiny or the ration were werelot i ia
a lot of amateurs when i Aon eonpared oom with wUhNelson wthL withelson
Nelson N elson L < on He therefore deri4id der = A to put potthe putthe
the matter to a supreme su remtt test testKnute testUKnute testlthwte
Knute Nelson the Norwegian bON boschad bossd
had h d dectered he ban n smart feilar feilarinartes
Smartes S inartes feller in whole worlV worlVDo worl worlDo
Do you yo think Nelson is as a smart M as asthe
the Almighty the campaigner camp Jgner asked askedWai askedWal
Wai answered the Norwegian Norwegianscratching orweglapatehfng
scratching s sb atehfng his head reflectively Knute
he b e ban young feller tel r yet yetStage y yetStage t tStage
Stage Set for Payne PayneTT
TT IT T T is not often orion that Speaker Cannon Cannonbecomes CannonbooQmos Cannonbecomes
L becomes intensely interested In the theproceedings theproceedings theroceedings
proceedings p of the House when he is not notpresiding BOtpro8Idlng noiresiding
presiding p over that somewhat trouble trouWeoroe troublee troubleosne
oroe e body There are exceptions exc pUon to the therule theIe th thle
r rule Ie however and one of the exceptions exceptionswag eXcepUoMwn eiceptoswas
wag when Serene E Payne coauthor coauthorwith COauthorl1h
with l1h Senator ntor Aldrich of t the tariff law lawdelivered lawdelivered lawelivered
delivered d a campaign argument In de defense de defOlNre deosise ¬
fense f osise of his production productionMr produ tlon tlontr
Mr tr Paynes speech was hejd boa boaroat with withgreat withgreat
great g roat interest not only onl on the Repel Republican Repelan ¬
can c an side 4de but also on the part of Demo Democrats emocrats erno ernorats ¬
crats c Not the least interested member memberwas mombeswas I Iwas
was Champ Clark minority leader who whoat who1 wboat
at rome future date expects to poke the thePayne thone theane
Payne I ane ne argument full of holes Clark Clarkfound Clarkround CIaround
found f difficulty in hearing the New NewYorker Ne NeYorker ew ewYorker
Yorker and finally requested reques ed him to tostup tostop te tetep
stop s tep down In front of the Speakers Speakersdesk Speakersdesk Speakersdesk
desk deskInstantly deskInstantly deskInstantly
Instantly the situation took on the theaspect theaspect 3 3aspect
aspect of a drama or comedy accord according accordIng accordbig ¬
ing to the viewpoint There was a hUB hustle hUBUo hueUs ¬
tle and bustle to present a proper stsgi stsgisetting 8t 8tsetting S Ssetting
setting Mr Payne was the leading leadingman leAlIngman leadin leadinman
man of the occasion His cleric loaded loadeddown Joadedoown i idown
down with th an armful of static ties and andbooks andbooks ane anebooks
books of various kinds constituted the theproperty theproper13 th S Sproperty
property man and Speaker Cannon took tookupon tookupon toolupon
upon himself the duties > of stage man manager mana manage ¬
age agerHaving a er erHiving
Having some knowledge kn wled e of the Im Importance Importance impenance ¬
portance of Mr Paynes Pa mep remarks the theSpeaker tb tbSpeaker < i iSpeaker
Speaker desired that they have the best bestpossible t tpossible I Ipossible
possible effect not only onl on the audience audiencebut nudlencebut e ebut
but also on the country Accordingly Accordinglyhe I Ihe
he found c place for the leading man manat ii iiat I Iat
at the long table occupied by the of official otI otIficial officlal ¬
ficial reporters With a dexterity that thatseemed thatseemed t tseemed
seemed to Indicate previous experience experiencehe 0 0he i
he hustled a couple of tables tablo to the thefront thetront th e efront
front one ibr the use of Mr Pames Pamesclerk Paonesclerk Pane Paneclerk
clerk and another to be beoccupled occupied by the theofficial theoffIcial th thofficial
official reporter NP rterwhose whose transcription of ofthe O othe
the speech will be printed and distri distributed distributed distilbuteel
buted from one end of the land to the theother theother tb tbth I
other otherSurveying r rSurveying
Surveying the th stage setting with a acritical acrlti
critical crlti al al eye the Speaker then dragged draggeda ii aii
a chair to a spot in front of the row rowof ro ropt mc mcf
of f desks on the Republican side where wheregument wherehe
he 1 e could enjOY the kInd or political ar argument a agament
gument which Is dear tl r to his heart heartLets heartLets heartLets
Lets Record Tell It ItENATOR ItSE ItcENATOR
ENATOR ATOR SMOOT doesnt d esnt care a rap rapwhether rapwhether
SE 0 whether he has an audience whenhe when whenhe
he addresses addresses the Senate or not He HeeVen Heeven H HCeOfl C
eVen CeOfl objects when an associate in insists Insists inslats ¬
sists upon a quorum quorumSenator QuorumSenator
Senator Heyburn of Idaho during duringthe duringthe g
the course of the recent Smoot speech speechon speecion h
on the long and short haul amend amendment amendment ¬
ment proposed proposedthat that the roll 1e be called calledHe calledHe I
He wanted more Senators to hear the theargument theargument th thargument e
argument being made madeI mn maeI e
001 I propose a roll call said Senator SenatorHeyburn SenatorHeyburn SenatoHoyburn
Heyburn I want the Senate to hear hearwhat bearwhat boa boawhat
what the Senator from Utah Is say sayIng1 MYIng saying
Ing The material he Is quoting Istoo Istoogood Istoogood ist 2
good to be wasted on the desert air airIt airIt
It so happened that not more than thanonehalf tbanonehal tha thaonehalf a
onehalf dozen members of the Sen Senate Senate Senate ¬
ate were on the floor at the time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The others had strolled out Into th6 th6cloak th thcloak 6 6cloak
cloak rooms or had gone home homeI
I 1 beg of of the Senator from Idaho Idahothat Idahothat Idab o othat
that he not insist upon a roll call callreplied callreplied
replied Senator Smoot Just let the thematter thematter Ui Uimatter ie
matter go All interested can read readmy readmy rca rcamy
my speech spe ch in the Record I would wouldstrongly wouldstrongly woulstrongly
strongly prefer that I be allowed to toproceed toproceed I 0 0proceed
proceed proceedPerhaps I IPerhaps
Perhaps too Senator Smoot knew knewthat knewthat kne cv cvthat
that if a roll call were ordered and andnot andthe an d dthe
the Senate assembed that it Would Wouldnot Id Idnot
not be five minutes before the cham chamber chamber chanher ¬
ber was empty again He knew kne that thatthe thatthe ths thsii ii iithe
the members stray into the Senate Senatestand Senatestand 2 2stand
stand with smoking cigars until their theirname theirname the Ir Irname
name is reached respond Here then thenquietly thenquletiy the thequIeUY
quietly amble back to the soft arm armchairs armchatra am amchairs ¬
chairs of the cloak room
5
Frances Cleveland Lamont LamentTo LamontTo I ITo
To W Wed d Francis Robbins If IfInvitations JtInvitations Jrnvitations
Invitations I Issued Issued and Ceremony Cer mony at Grace Gra e Church Mill Millbrobk MiJlbrobk Millbrook
brobk N Y June 18 Will Be Followed FoIl owed by Break Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast ¬
fast at atHome Home of Brides Mother
Invitations Im taU B have been roe roedved < vcd in inWashington InW
Washington W hlnJtln from Mrs Daniel Lament Lamentfor La onlCor
for fo r the marriage of her daughter da hter Miss MissFrances MtFran Missrances
Frances Fran F rances Cleveland Lamest to Francis FrancisLeBaron FranchiLeBaron
LeBaron L Robhfne jr on Saturday June JuneIS
IS at J2a 12 oeteck at Grace Gra Church ChurchMHIbroolt
MHIbroolt M X T TThe TThe
The wedding ceremony will be ise follow followed
ed d by b a broaJtfast br t Jn the home qf Q the thebrides thebride
brides bride b mother motherMiss motherlIIs motherMiss
Miss Lament who whose hM father ther was Sec Seoretary Secretary
retary ro roo tary of War during tne Administration Administrationof
roW of o f President Cleveland te well known in inWashington InfiSbington inashington
Washington W fiSbingtonThe
fiSbingtonr
TJ TJThe r +
The Attorney Generc and Mrs Wick Wickersham Wickerham
ersham e will close their Washington n reel residence reeldenoe ¬
dence d efoe shortly Mortl and Mrs Wickersfcara will willleave Witll
leave l ave town June Jlln 2 for their summer summerhome summerhome
home h ome MarshSeld LL LLMrs L L L Ltrs LMrs
Mrs trs Wickershatn will B net receive receiveWednesday receiveWedne41ay
Wednesday W afternoon afternoonMrs att8 att8Mrs
Mrs Fairchild wife tfe of Representative RepresentativeFairchlld
Fairchlld F of New York has returned to tothe tothe toe
the th e New EW Willard for + a few days daysMr daysMr I
Mr M r and Mrs Bloomer BloomerWill BloomerWill
Will Sail on Steamer Berlin BerlinMr BerlinMr
Mr and Mrs George Beale Bloomer Bloomerwill Bloomerw11l Bloomerill
will w ill go oven overto to New York in a few fewdays teWdays
days d ays and sail from there Saturday
June J uno 4 on the Berlin for Europe Europewhere Europowbere Europehore
where w hore they will spend the summer summertraveling summortravoUng summerraveling
traveling travelingowry travoUngJudge t
+ t
Judge and 3rsC rs C B Howry and
Mlw M iss Howr Howry owry will close their Waabia Waabiaspend Washing
ton t on residence earlyIn early in June and will wlUspend
spend s the summer at Jamestown R L LDr LDr I
Dr and Mrs Ins Wlifiaro WiiIi M Newell are arespending arespending
spending s ten days In Atlantic City
where w here Dr Newell is a delegate to the thegeneral thegenral
general g eneral assembly al5ll mbly of Presbyterian Presbyterianchurches Presbyterianchurches
churches churchesMr churchesMr c
Mr and Mrs Dtrling DtrlingTo
To T o Visit Wear ear Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMr
j Mr and Mrs John R R Darling D DarlIn rlllli will wMlclose 1Il 1Ilclose
close c their apartment In the Burlington Bttrltagtenearly BKrllDgtenMrJy Burlingtonarly
early e in June and go to Philadelphia Philadelphiawhere PRUad PRUadwbere
where thy will spend several weeks weeksth weeksthe e eth
th the guests ts of Mrs Darlings mother motherMrs motherMrs motherMrs
Mrs Ketcey K lgey at her country home near ear
Philadelphia Pl P hiladelphiaMiss ladcllbta ladcllbtaties
+ J
ties Juliette Janlm who is spending spendingepveral
epveral e et days ys m New York will return returno
to t o Washington Wednesday WednesdayKrs daT daTMra
Mrs B H Brook has hu closed her apart aperUro a aRMnt apartmeat
ro meat nt in the Highlands and has gone to totiV C
New tiV York From there she will sail oa I Iun
Jun J un 1 for Europe to spend the summer summerRepresentative summ suimnerRepresentative r rRepreentatln
Representative arm a Mrs tn Robert N
Page of North 8rth CarIna have closed cl 5ed I
their apartment in the Toronto and
Mrs Page has hash gone to their home m I
B S C where she e Will be jOne jdnedy l
by y h bsr > r husband when Congress ad ¬
journs journsMrs JourmMrs
+ 1 1Mrs
Mrs John F Rodgers RodgersWill RodgersWill RodgersWill
Will Lesve for York Harbor HarborMrs Harbor1rs HarborMrs
Mrs John F Rodgers will leave leaveWashington JeeWaslIn
WaslIn Washington on about the first of June Junefor Junetor Juneor
for f or her cottage at York Harbor where whereshe Whereshe wherehe
she s he will be joined later In the summer sum summer ¬
mer by her soninlaw and daughter daughterr
Mr r and Mrs s Horace H H Westcotu Westcotuj WestcotuJudge WestcottJDdge
j 5 5Judge
Judge and Mrs Daniel D nlel Thew Wright Wrightwill 1 Wrightwill rlght
will close e their Washington re residence
the middle of June and go to their theircottage theircottage theircottage
cottage at Blackstone Islands on the
Potomac for the summer They will willMls
be ctIOmpa1tled by their dautkters
Mls 1U Wright a D4l 4 Mine Alice Wright right
the latter of whom win H be one of e the C
debutantes of next season seasonMiss seasonMIM seasonMiss
Miss Maitkmd Maiuandlltrshsil Marshall + lfm aU has issued I Invitations
invitations I for a card party on Friday FridayGarden
ee evenIng evenIngGarden IDg IDgGarden
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Garden Party PartyFor PartyFor PartyFor
For Childrens Country Home HomeThe HomeThe HomeThe
The garden party for the benefit of ofthe otthe ol r rthe
the Childrens Country Home which whichwill whichwUI I
Ir
will be given at the home on Military MilitaryIRISHMAN 1IUitaryIRISHMAN MIlitar MIlitarIRISHMAN r
IRISHMAN STARTS STARTSi STARTSCONTINENT STARTSCONTINENT
i CONTINENT WALK WALKNEW WALBNEW
NEW YORK May Iay 21 23With With a crowd crowdof crow crowof
of JsOOO persons pero cheering ch ru him John En Ennis Ennis Eliala
nis a long distance walker left the city ct e
hall today tada In an attempt to emulate the thefeat thefeat the I Ifeat
feat of Weston Ve ton in walking I1dng across the thecountry thecountry the a acountry
country countryEnnfy countryEnn countryEnn
Ennfy Enn who is sixtyeight years old oldand oldand oldand
and lives in Stamford Cons will try tz to tc S
break Westons roe rtoirci rd > despite the fact factthat facttbat t tthat
that be will 1il travel ovr O isr a route SW miles mileslonger mileslonger S Slonger
longer than that traveled L1lVelf bj b ba Weston WestonEnnis WestonEnnis restonEnnis
Ennis said Weston Weet n declared nobody but butan butan be t tan
an American could have done what he h e
did didT
T 1 am s going ° lnsr to show him that an as i
Irishman can go him one better said I
Dents and the crovd cheered him
Two mounted poLcomen accompanied accompaniedexpress nled I
Ennis up Broadway but left him at the tb
city limits Ennis carries
no b bega
but has se e
his belongin S sent aheaa 1jy by
s to the
express various towns where he
expects to stop each da daBISHOP day d8iBISHOP dayNEW >
BISHOP DEDICATES DEDICATESNEW DEDiCATESNEW
NEW PARISH HALL HALLWith
With simple Hut impressive Im esBlve ceremonies sereraoniesih
ih he b new parish hall at St Marys Chapel Chapelon
on Twentythird Twent th1rd Street str
t northwest northw t ivas WfS w
ge dedicated < cfte < 5 by the Right Rv Alfred AU
Harding Bishop of Washington The
exercises were held yesterday yes erda afternoon
A large number of Episcopalians Ep copcUans attend
td the services servicesUNIQUE servicesUNIQUE
UNIQUE WALKING STICK STICKHAGERSTOWN STICKHAGERSTOWN
HAGERSTOWN Md d May 23 2 23C c C C
Stottlemeyer a chatrmaker of Welfs Wo1fsIli WolfarUle
I rUle Ili has made tnadef a unique walking walklngotic
j9tlcK otic tide that contains fortysix different differentLaar
klds of wood grown In Marylaud
Last Sear ear Mr Stottlemeyer made slm ¬
ilar i3arcanes canes for the reunion of Mary
landers in n Ohio OhioCONCERT OhioCO OhioCOCERT
CONCERT CO CERT BY B ISTff CAVALRY CAVALRYBAND CAVALRYBAND
BYBAND
BAND BANDAT
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THIS THIS AFTERNOON AFTERNOONGeorge AFTER MERNOOGeorge OO OOGeorge
George F Tyrrell Director DirectorPROGRAM
5 5PROGRAM
PROGRAM PROGRAMMarch
4 I1Iarch
March The BilllkmmanGideon BilllkmmanGideonOverture IBBllklnman Gideon GideonOverture GkieonOverture
Overture La Gaza Ladra Rossini RossiniTValtz RoIsInlWaltz RoetintWaltz
Waltz Isar sar Lieder LiederGungl LiederGungloncett Gungl GunglConcert Gun l lConcert
Concert oncett Polonaise iO On Mountain MountainHeights MountainHeights lountainHeights
Heights KieeJer1 KieeJer1Nocturne RieGlerNocturne KieelerNocturne
Nocturne Lea Cloches du Moans Monastere Moanstere onas onastere
tere Ifebvre IfebvreSelection LefebvreSelection < tebvre
Selection from Attila Attllan AtUiaVerdi AtUiaVerdiI Verdi VerdiGrand VerdlGrand
1 I Grand Tarantelle Tarantellein in A FlatHeHer F1 FltEelierLL tHeller
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road r Wednesday edn 4l7 afternoon from fr 2 to t tooclock
7 7 oclock is attraelmg attrael ia ssg eonoMarable le
interest interestMrs InteretltIrs in terest terestMr
Mrs Mr John oAR Newbold eat J of fee tieoard
i board b bis of manager of the home who
Is in charge of or the antertaim entertainment at for forediaeday
Wednesday W ediaeday dajo will be aasteted e by Mrs
Fleering F Newbold Mrs PMJIa Hteh
born b orn Mrs Spencer Cosby Co ity Mrs Mum Mwrray Mwray Mumay
rJ ray r ay A A Cobb Miss Elsie Cassel Miss Mineean
Jean J ean Cosby and a number of f debu de debuantos u ¬
tantes t of the season seasonMrs eaODlYIrs
+ 1
Mrs M rs Frederick Wesson WessonTo WessonTo Wessono
To T o Spend Summer In Europe Europet EuropeMrs EuropeMrs
t Mrs Frederick Wesson V086O who has hasspent hasspent haspent
spent s the winter in Washington at the theHighlands theHighlands
Highlands H will leave Washington Washingtonshortly Washingtonshortly Washingtonhortly
shortly s for Philadelphia to spend a few fewdays fewclays feways
days d ays before b ore sailing on June 2 from New NewYork XewYork Nework
York Y ork for t Europe urope to spend the summer summerMr summerMr summerMr
Mr and Mrs 118 Murray Mtmay + A Cobb will willclose willc willlose
close c their Washington a residence about aboutthe aboutthe abouthe
the t tP he 1st of July and go to Greensburg Greeusburga
Pa P a where they will be the guests of ofMrs orMrs ofrs
Mrs M Mli rs Cobbs parents former Representa Representative Rep ¬
tive li ve and Mrs Huff HuffMiss HutfMiss I IMiss
Miss A Alice Wee Wright Wrightdaughter + daughter of Judge Judgeaad J Judgend dse dseaDd
aDd a nd Mrs Daniel Thaw Wright wilt go goto goo 0 0to
to to t o Annapolis Friday to be the guest guestof guestf t tor
of o f Commander and Mrs Ballard dur during during durag ¬
ing l ag June week weekDaphnepboria weekDaphnephoria
i
Daphnepboria DaphnephoriaGiven D aphnephoriaiven ° j jGiven
Given G iven In Spite of Weather WeatherDespite WeatherDespite
De Despite plte the damp weather it was an announced announeed anounced ¬
nounced n today that the ancient Greek Greekfestival Greektest1Yal Greelcestival
nf
festival f Dftnhaephoria Ona which b is beta betaarranged being be6ngarranced beingrranged
arranged a by Mrs Barney and Mrs trs Bar Barber BarJer Barer ¬
ber h er would take place this afternoon ac according aeeordlns anording ¬
cording c to the schedule except ex in case caseof cueof cansf
of o f actual rain rainThe rainThe rainThe
The festival was to be held at the theOaks theOaks theOaks
Oaks the beautiful Blount estate e in inGeorgetown Innetown Ineorgetown
Georgetown t netown at ThLtyarst and R Rstreets Rtroet ittreets
streets s st troet this afternoon at moon at 43Q oclock for forthe tOrthe forhe
the t he benefit of Neighborhood House HouseThe HouseThe e eThe
The Oaks affords a most picturesque picturesquesett picturesqueetting qae qaet
sett t etting tlnl In c for the artistic production and andsociety aDdsoclety andsociety
society folk are evincing great interest interestin
in h i the uodert undertaking which is one of the themost themo themost
most elaborate Mrs Barney Bem has la ever evergiven eerdven everiven
given g iven at the Capital CapitalThe CapitaLThe CapitalThe
The affair att Ir teuader Is under the t e patronage of
Mrs Archibald Ar IbJd Mrs Symone s
Hopkins Mrs M MeCwaa Gowaa waa
Mrs Bulkeley Bulkele Mrs Robert E Eo
Mrs Harriet Roosevelt Ro4 Roo evelt
Blaine Beale Mrs John A A A JO Tnlaa
Mrs Charles J I s Mn a
Bell Mrs Richardson
Mrs rs Willard K K Mrs Wtethrop lIa
Brownsoa Brown OD Murray Crane
Xrs John Dwight Mrs Plac PIAc C
Mrs Perry Bel Mrs Andenried Andenriedmoat AearIedmont Andeariedmont
mont Mrs Mx f5 George 1 W
Miss Mabel T Wtekersnam
Boardman Irs ui Larx = Aader
Mrs Churchill SOB SOBCandee seaCandee
Candee Mrs J 1 X Nota ta Mc
Mrs George L 4 Gal
Bradley Mrs A J Parsons
Mrs Elkins Mrs rs Oliver F
Mrs Nordoff lima AWls
Mrs John Hay Mrs Beekaan
Mrs Honnon Jen Jennlngs WiaUtroo WiaUtroonings
nings Mrg Tv Tyler er
Mrs Nicholas An Mrs 1L IJjrMaa Tif
derson i teay
Mrs Frank Kills Mrs John WMkies IMJ3 IMJ3derson
Mrs John BHen B B Hen Mrs Hoes H es
derson Mrs Theodore T e W
Mrs Charles H H Noyes
Needhaaa Mrs Arthur rtr Lee
Misses Mellon eHon Mr Mrs Throop
Mrs Musgrave Mrs Benjamin H
Mrs Irs Richard RlchardA A Warder
Harlow Mrs Lincoln
Mrs Loring Lorln Mrs Norama Wlll WIllI I
Mr r Ten Eyck lams
WendelL Use Wells
Baroness e Rosen Miss Gillette
Mrs Hunt Slater Mrs G Guggenheim ggeab eAiMim ua
Mrs Buxeae uone Hale Miss Gale
Mrs Gaorge W Miss Patten
Wetnore Mrs rs James S S
Mrs John 2 olin Jay Hariaa
White hlte Mrs Huff Htars
Mrs rs David Fair Mrs John p pchild Pchild pchild
child Jackson
Mrs Thropo Mrs Hennea Jennings JeaaiBcsJ
Irs Tyler Mrs ra mount Irs Charles
J Bell Mrs Wlllard H Browason Mrs
Bulkeley Mrs George L Bradley Mrs Mm
Elklns Mrs Julian James Mr Xrs rs Hut H
Irs f Aldis Jte Mr JoIrs Churchill Ch > rOODI Candee aDd
Mies 4ie Gale are among the boxbolders boxboldersBOSTON boxboldersBOSTON boxboldersBOSTON
BOSTON MYSTERY MYSTERYPUZZLES MYSTERYPUZZLES MYSTERYPUZZLES
PUZZLES POLICE POLICEBOSTON POLICEBOSTOX POLICEBOSTON
BOSTON May May22Th 2tThe
The police are pz pzzied pussled
led today tOO by b the mystery surrot aur aurthe 3iWiO5esd4fi d4 g
the death of Herbert L LHUefiekL Lktleileldretlre a aretire aretJce
retire retJce merchant whe be e e body weighted w8g te
down with two bricks and a pair of ci
heavy dumbbells tackled In
a Boston t
bag fastened by y a belt around the tb S
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