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THE DAY WHEN THE NATION NATIONPAYS NATIONPAYS NATIONPAYS
PAYS TRIBUTE TO ITS DEAD DEADToday DEADToday DEADToday
Today is Memorial Day It is the theday theday theday
day when the nation from Maine to toCalifornia toCalifornia toCaliforna
California pays p ys deserved tribute to its itshonored itshonored itshonored
honored dead All over tIle country countryfitting countryfitting countrylitting
fitting ceremonies are being held in inmemory inmemory inmelnory
memory of the long muster roll of the thesilent thesilent thelilent
silent ones those who lost their lives liveson I liveson cs cson
on bloody fields those who were rent rentby rentb rentby
by b wounds from which they suffered sufferedand sufferedand sufferedand
and succumbed those who were caught caughtin
in the fatal grip of the diseases of the thecamp diecamp tilecamp
camp and those who invulnerable to tobu tobu tobu
bu lets or to disease dise se have gone down downbefore downbefore downbefore
before the remorseless hand of Time TimeLovinir TimeLoin TimeLovintr
Loin hands are nlacimr placi flowers and
flags on ontlie the graves of fathers and sons sonsand sonsand sonsand
and brothers those who constitute the thevast theast thevast
vast ast army arm of the known dead who whowere whowere whowere
were sacrificed 8tlcri ced in the terrible struggle struggleof
of 61 and 65 Xor are those whose whosenames whosenames whosenallies
names are are unknown but whose bones boneshave boneslae boneshave
have been gathered up fromv fro battle battlefields battlefields battiefields ¬
fields all over the South and decently decentlyinterred decentlyjnt decentlyinterred
interred jnt < > rred forgotten The sailors who wholost wholost wholost
lost their 1 lcs ves on the ocean and on onthe onthe onthe
the rivers in saving the Union are re remembered rcmembered remembered ¬
membered And while Memorial Day Daywas DayWas Daywas
was instituted primarily for the sol soldiers soldiers aoldiers ¬
diers of the civil war the dead of other otherwars otherWars otherwars
wars are given equal tribute tributeMore tributeIore tributeMore
More Iore and more Memorial Day is iscoming iscoming iscoming
coming to be generally observed in this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country It is in some respects the thenoblest t1lenoblest thenoblest
noblest of our holidays It is a time timewhen timeWIlen timewhen
when we can all profitably stop and andturn andturn andturn
turn our minds to the consideration of ofwhat ofWhat ofwhat
what it is about of what its lessons lessonsaxe lessonsare
are It is a time to remove any last lastvestiges lastVestiges lastvestiges
vestiges of sectionalism a time to in instill instm instill ¬
still in the minds of the young people peopleright peopleright peopleright
right ideas of patriotism Year by byyear byyear byyear
year the lines of the survivors of the thearmies t thearmies e earmies
armies who fought for the preservation preservationof
of the Union a half century ago are aregrowing aregrowing aregrowing
growing thinner and the armies of the thedead thedead thedead
dead are growing larger We cannot cannothonor cannothonor cannothonor
honor them too highly or cherish their theirservices theirsernces theirpervices
services too greatly It is a day to toetudy tostudy tostudy
study the example which they set In Incidentally Incidentally Incidentally ¬
cidentally too it is worth while to re remember remember remember ¬
member that this generation has its itsproblems itsproblems itsproblems
problems to solve its great issues to be bemet bemet bemet
met and that not less heroism will be berequired be1equired berequired
required courageously and honestly to tomeet toJneet tomeet
meet these probelms than was required requiredof
of the men who have ave sacrificed them themBBlves tlJCmeeIes them1ves
BBlves 1ves all along the line of march of ofthe ofthe ofThe
the republic republicSENATOR republicSENATOR republicSENATOR
SENATOR NEWLANDS AD ADMONISHES ADMONISFES ADMONISHES
MONISHES THE DEMOCRATS DEMOCRATSSenator D DEMOCRATSSenator fOCRA TS TSSenator
Senator Newlands of Nevada in the theeourse thecourse
Course of the discussion of the question questionof I Iof
of Government control of railroad railroadcapitalization railroadcapitalization I Icapitalization
capitalization gave the Democrats in inthe inthe I Ithe
the Senate a warning which they the will willdo willdo I Ido
do well to ponder over Senators SenatorsBailey SenatorsDailey I IBailey
Bailey Rayner and Hughes of the theDemocratic theDemocratic th I IDemocratic
Democratic side had been expounding expoundinthe
the constitutional obstacles in the path pathof pathof pat 1 1of
of Federal regulation of the issues of ofrailroad ofnilrOtld oi I Iyailroad
railroad securities se < uritics To them such suchregulation suchregulation 1 1regulation
regulation seems impossible impossibleThe impossibleThe
The platforms of both parties speak speakout speakout spea speaout
out in favor of such regulation thus thusindicating thusiqdicating I Iiidicating
indicating pretty plainly what are the thepentiments theJentiments 1 1jtentiments
pentiments of the public on the propo proposition propo5ition propoition ¬
sition Yet when it came to voting votingon votin i iOn
on the Dolliver amendment to control controlcapitalization controlcapitalimtion I Icapitalilation
capitalization only four Democrats DemocratsSenators DemocratsSenators DemocratsSenators
Senators Chamberlain Newlands Pur Purcell Pure1J Purtell
cell e1J and Stone Stoneotcd voted for it itOne itOno itOnewould
One Onewould would would think that in view iew of the theBtand thestand thlstand
stand of both parties on this question questionconstitutional questionconstitutional qucstioiconstitutional
constitutional lawyers lawver in Congress CongresswhetEer Cngressvhet1 i iwiietfier
whetEer vhet1 cr Republican or Democrat would woulddevote woulddeote I Idevote
devote their energies not to finding findingobstacles findingobstacles findin findinobstacles
obstacles but to discovering c how to tosurmount tosurmount t i isurmount
surmount them to seeking some way wayto wayto wa V Vto
to effect a thing obviously needed in inthe inthe ii I Ihe
the he public interest The Senate Demo ¬
crats are not more to be blamed in inthis inthis inthis
this relation than some of their Repub Republican Republican RepubBean ¬
lican brethren but Senator Newlands Newlandsobservations Newlandsobsenations Newlandsobservations
observations for the benefit of his hisparty hisparty hisparty
party drew especial attention to Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic obligations Senator Newlands Newlandssaid Nevlandssaid Newlandssaid
said saidThe
The people of thq tho United States are arenot arenot arenot
not inclined to permit themselves to be beabsorbed beabsorbed beabsorbed
absorbed in studying refinements as to tothe tothe tothe
the Constitution They wish great na national national national ¬
tional constructive work to be done doneThey doneThey doneThey
They wish great reforms Inaugurated Inauguratedand
and prossed to a solution solutionSenator solutionSenator solutionSenator
Senator Newlands spoke of the evils evilsof evilsof evilsof
of interstate commerce and declared declaredthere declaredthere declaredthere
there were many lines of progressive progressiveaction progressieaction progressiveaction
action which could be taken only by bythe bythe bythe
the National Government Should it itdeclare itdeclare itdeclare
declare itsolf impotent to accomplish accomplishthem accomplishthem accomplishthem
them he held its doom was sealed and andthat andthat andthat
that the people would not intrust it itwith itwith itwith
with authority He advised his breth brethren brethren brethran ¬
ren to break away from the traditions traditionsof
of the past and set their faces tq the thefuture thefuture thefuture
future futureDemocratic futureDomocratic futureDemocratic
Democratic leaders intrusted with withthe withtIlC withthe
the management of the Congressional Congressionalcampaign Congressionalcampaign Congressionalcampaign
campaign and with the policy of the theparty theparty
party in Congress will do well to weigh weighMr weighMr weighMr
Mr Newlands utterances utterancesCURTISS uttemncesCURTISS utterancesCURTISS
CURTISS DISTANCES THE THEFASTEST THEFASTEST THEFASTEST
FASTEST TRAINS TRAINSImpressive TRAINSImpressive TRAINSImpressive
Impressive in every particular is the thewonderful thewondorful ilicwonderful
wonderful flight of Glenn H Curtiss Curtisafrom Curtissfrom Curtissfrom
from Albany to New York In all allrespects aUrespects allrespects
respects it emphasizes the fact that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the day da is at hand when the airship is isentitled isentitled isentitled
entitled to be considered not as a play plaything plaything plaything ¬
thing but as a highly useful practical practicalpiece practicalpiece practicalpiece
piece of constructive mechanism No Noman Noman Noman
man can say what are the limits of ofits ofits ofits
its field of usefulness or where develop development deelopDlent developniont ¬
ment is going to cease ceaseProbably ceaseProbably ceaseProbably
Probably the fact that will impress impressthe impt s sthe
the average man most forcefully about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the trip is the high speed achieved by bythe bythe bythe
the daring sailor of the air He flew flewfaster flewfaster flewfaster
faster than the fastest trains and the thetime thetime thetime
time he was actually in flight to cover covera
a distance of 137 miles was 152 l5 min minutes minutes mm mmUtOS ¬
utes Paulhans flight from London to toManchester tollanchestcr toManchester
Manchester 186 miles was outdone in inspeed inspeed inspeed
speed and danger dangerFew dangerFew dangerFew
Few stretches ofcountry of country outside of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the high mountain regions could be bepicked bepicked bepicked
picked out more difficult for airship airshipflight airshiptlight airshipflight
flight This is because of the treach treacherous treacherous trencherous ¬
erous air currents that run in all di directions die dierections directions ¬
rections unexpectedly in the atmos atmosphere atmosphere attnosphere ¬
phere above the Hudson and the hilly hillywooded hi1lywooded hillywooded
wooded broken region through which whichit
it passes Mr Curtiss has not only onlywell onlyweU onlywell
well earned the SlOOth 10000 prize that be belongs belongs belongs ¬
longs to him but he has set a pace for forthe forthe j jthe
the aeronauts of the world to follow followWILL followVILL followWILL
WILL MR ROOSEVELT SUP SUPPORT SUPPORT SUPPORT ¬
PORT THE INSURGENTS
No small degree of excitement has hasbeen hasbeen ha habeen
been stirred up by the disclosure of ofthe ofthe
the fact that former President Prcside t Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt has written a letter to Representa Representative ¬
tive t e Hamilton Fish in which Mr Ir Fish Fishan Fishan Fishan
an insurgent has been asked to meet meetRoosevelt meetRoosevelt meetRoosevelt
Roosevelt immediately after his arrival arrivalin
in New York The language of the theletter theletter theletter
letter is such as to lead to the infer inference inference inference ¬
ence that Mr Roosevelt sympathizes sympathizeswith
with the insurgents but is not pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared to submit his sentiments to topaper topRJHr tt ttpaper t
paper Needless to say sa the letter has hascaused hascaused I Icaused
caused joy in the camp of the insur insurgents insuregents insurgents ¬
gents and some nervousness and anx anxiety anxiety anxicty ¬
iety in the camp of the regulars regularsThe regularsThe
The letter has brought out more moreclearly moreclearly I
clearly than before though it was by byno byno b bno r
no means unknown prior to the receipt receiptof
of it that the utmost efforts are going goingto gointo V
to be put forth to t get Mr Ir Roosevelt Rooseveltto
to align himself with each of these thesefactions thesefactions thestfactione I
factions Insurgents will try to t get gethim gethim gel
gelI
him to commit himself to them and andregulars andregulars asic asicregulars I
regulars will endeavor to get him to totake totake t ttake
take his stand on their side sideIt sideIt
It is impossible to predict inasmuch inasmuchas 1
as Mr Roosevelt alone can determine determineit de rmine rmineit I
it which course the former President Presidentwill Presidentwi1l Presideniwill b
will take It may safely be forecast forecasthowever forecasthowever forecasthowever
however that he is not going to be bein bein hi I Iin
in a hurry about committing himself himselfHe himselfHe himselfHe
He is likely to want to study con conditions conditions conditions ¬
ditions here at first hand handMr handMr
Mr Roosevelt has always been beenpretty a apretty apretty t
pretty good organization man BO far faras faras fa faas
as his politics is concerned despite his hisdisplay hisdisplay hi hii
display of independence at times and andhis andhis ant anthis i
his reputation for being a foe to boss bossism bossism bossism
ism So it is conceivable he will try tryto tryto tr trto
to bolster up the tb Republican regulars regularsand regularsand S Sand
and the organization That his sym sympathies sJmpathies ¬
pathies really lie with the insurgents insurgentsor 5
or progressives will hardly be doubted doubtedby doubtedby I Iby
by those who know his views of things thingsintimately thingsintimately S Sintimately
intimately intimatelyThere intimatelyThere
There is one phase to the progressive progressivemovement progressivemovement e
movement in the Republican party in inand inand il a
and but of Congress however which is islikely islikely i S
likely to weigh with Mr Roosevelt if ifhe ifhe i ihe 1
he takes times to look the ground over overIt overIt
It is this The progressive movement movementhas movemen movemenhas t
has gained vigor strength and propor proportions proportions propotions ¬
tions to such an extent that neither neitherRoosevelt neitherRoosevelt neitheRoosevelt
Roosevelt nor any an other man can stop stopits stopits ate ateits
its growth It has h s powerful moral moralforce moralforce mom momforce
force back of it We can hardly hardl be believe believe ¬
lieve that Theodore Roosevelt with his hiskeen hiskeen hi s
keen grasp of situations will seek to toblock toblock t 0
block it If he does the progressive progressivemovement progressivemovement e
movement will not be stopped but butMr butfr bu buMr t
Mr fr Roosevelts great grc t prestige will find finditself finditeelf fin finitself
itself shattered Believing Mr Ir Roose Roosevelt RooseI ¬
velt elt will realize this we do not expect expectto expec expecto it
I to see him making war on the insur insurgent insurgent insuigent ¬
gent movement movementMR movementMR movementMR I
MR CHOYNSKIS PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOLOGYPRESCRIPTION PSYCHOLOGYPRESCRIPTION k kPRESCRIPTION
PRESCRIPTION PRESCRIPTIONIf
If Jeffries Jcfi es doesnt win tin the big mill millit mmit mu I I Iit
it will not be for the lack of scientific scientifictraining scientifictraining IC ICtraining
training He has placed himself large largely largely largly ¬
ly in the hands of that apostle of cul culture culture I Iture ¬
ture Joe Choynski who recently recentlyoutlined recentlyoutlined recentl recentloutlined
outlined his regimen for the present presentweek presentweek preset presetweek
week The big fellow feU ow was to t have haveroadwork hawroadwork ha C Croadwork
roadwork and sprinting and plenty of C If
my psychology prescription prescriptionart art liter literature literature literature ¬
ature and science for the leisure leisurehours leisurehours
hours As Mr Ir Choynski delicately in intimates intimates intiznates ¬
timates physical exercise is all very vorywell veryweU verywell
well in its way but success depends so somuch somuch somuch
much on being able to land an upper uppercut uppercut
cut at the psychological moment that thatpsychology tlmtpsychology thatpsychology
psychology is really of paramount im importance importance ¬
portance portanceThe portanceThe
The sprint sp nt along the open road for a acouple acouple
couple of hours hardens the muscles musclesand musclesand
and gets the system in condition but butit butit
it is the intellectual bath immediately immediatelyfollowing immediatelyfollowing
following which really does the work workGive workGie
Give a man an hour or so of the theCritique thehCtitique
Critique of Pure Pure Reason and he can cango cani
i go out and whip his weight in wild wildcavt wildcatb
cavt cai What could be a finer prepara preparation prepamon ¬
lIOn on Jor for a sotto set to with Jack Johnson Johnsonthan Johnsonthan
than three or four sittings with The TheDescent ThoDesent
Descent of Man 1 A lecture by Mr MrChoynski MrChoynski
Choynski on the influence of the im impressionist impressionist ¬
pressionist school of art would furnish furnishinspiration furnishinspiration
inspiration for a fortyroundbattle fortyroundbattlePsychology fortyround battle battlel
Psychology l > has too long been over overlooked overlooked ¬
looked as a factor in the training trainingquarters trainingquarters
I quarters and the thanks of those who whotake whotake
take an interest in the roped arena go goout goout
out to Mr Choynski ChoynskiThe
The death of Dr Robert Koch the fthedIstlngul5hed thedistinguished he
distinguished scientist and bacteriologist bacteriologistrecalls bacteriologistrecalls bacteriologistrecalls
recalls the fact that In one respect Dr DrKoch DrKoch
Koch was outdone by American scien scientists scientists ¬
tists He advanced the theory that thatbovine thatbovlno
bovine tuberculosis and tuberculosis at affecting atfecting ¬
fecting human beings are not Inter Intercommunicable Intercommunicable
communicable This theory has ha been beendisproved beendisproved
disproved by the researches of American Americanbacteriologists Americanbacteriologists
bacteriologists especially by those of ofthe otthe
the Department of Agriculture It does doesnot doesnot
not however alter the fact that Dr DrKochs
i
Kochs researches were of great gre t value valueto alue alueto
to humanity humanityPresident I IPresident
I Ilemor1al
President Taft Is In New ew York on onMemorial onMemorial
Memorial Day Da and so is Gifford Pin Pinchot PInchot Pinchot
chot It is an error however to say saythat saythat saythat
that LIr Taft has gone there to greet gretGlfforr grfctGUfore greetGiTfort
Glfforr when he first steps on the dock dockLet dCickLet
Let us hope that those KO 30 prospective prospectivebrides prospectivebrides proap cUve cUvebrides
brides who came to New Oew York from fromScotland tromScotJand fromScotland
Scotland yesterday are not like Una UnaCavalleri LlnaCavalIeriglad
Cavalleri CavalIeriglad glad the American divorce divorcelaws divorcelaws
laws are easy easyDr eas easDr easyDr
Dr Cook Is now said to be In Scot Scotland Scotland Scotland ¬
land if I the doctor has been every everywhere ee17where everywhore ¬
where he is alleged to have b ve been seen seenhis seenhis
his traveling expenses must be some something semething something ¬
thing awful awfulWith awfulWIth
With all his knowledge of forestry Mr MrPinchot MrPlnchot
Pinchot Just buck from rein Europe and andRoosevelt andRooseelt andRoosevelt
Roosevelt maintains he has not yet 6t been beendriven beendriven
driven to the tall timbers timbersThe UmbersThe
The deposed depo ed Shah of Persia In ll study studying studying studying ¬
ing medicine medlclneprobbl probably with the idea ideathat Ideothat Weethat
that he will thus have the means to get geteven geteven
even with his enemies enemiesThe enemiesThe
The Congressional Conre slonal campaign will open openAugust openAugust openAugust
August 15 Aviators anxious to avoid avoidair aV avoIdair ld ldair
air currents would do well to get in inahead inhCfld lxiahead
ahead of o that date dateIn dUeIn dateIn
In China they the have riots when the theprices theprices
prices of food go up Here we have a alot aJot
lot of speeches and investigations Inve tlgatloM Such Suchis
is I s civilization civilizationThe chU1zatJenThe ctvIlizaUenThe
The big political pi rtles say 5 they the will willhave wUlhae L
have trouble raising moneynd money and its itstrue Itstrue itsrue
true t rue about the Democrats DemocratsDr
Dr Lange may mayor or may not have havemanufactured Aavemanufactured havemanufactured
manufactured silver but at any rate he hehas hehas hehas
has made a lot of talk talkIf talkIf tancIf
If the Taft legislative program programweathers programweathers I Iweathers
weathers many more gales gal it will nJ be a agood aSood s
good sailor sailorWhat saJlorWhat saIlorWhat
What will Mr Ir Carpenter Car nter do with the theInsurgents theInsurgents t tnsurgents
Insurgents I In Morocco MoroccoPaper MoroccoPaper orocco oroccoPaper
Paper money may carry calT germs gennshut gennshutalso but butalso
also comfort
MEMORIAL DAY DAYThe DAYThe DAYThe
The Nation kneel today in prayer prayerKor prnerFor prayerFor
For patriots who have bravely brnI died diedFor diedFor L
For home nnil country love and truth truthOn truthOR I IOn
On mountain fIeld and flooring tide tidelTo tldelc I IWe
We c tinJt Lin the sneet sweetest t flowers ot Un MaTo UnTo >
To spread above the warrior crave craveA JracA p pA
A loving tribute to the dend dendAVho dendJIo deadWho
Who JIo perished on the land and TraveJ TraveJThis naye nTe nTelhls
This Great Republic never can eanPorjcet ennFo canForget
Forget Fo et the men n1 n TV who ho wore the Blue HlueAnfl nIueAnd BlueAnSI
And nncriflced acrl ced their health and liven livenForvrhnt IhesFor livesFor
Forvrhnt For clint they tbe felt the pu pure nod true trueAnd trueAnf true4tnd
And Liberty Ilben hall long revere revereThe revereThe ere ereThe
The memory mcml1r ot her sainted dead deadBy oleadDy lendDy
Dy decoratlnj every eeT year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The vernal mound above their head headtAnd hendlAnd
And wIllIe the stars In beauty nlilne nlilneAnd ablneAnd ne neADd
And ages age roll from sun to nun nunThin HUUnlJl sunblii
Thin blii Nation > ntlon errand and muperflne muperflneSbnll IIIuperflnfhnl1 superfineShall
Shall hnl1 kneel and pray pm at ArlingtonJOHN Arlington ArlingtonJOHN rJlndouJOHI
JOHN A A JOYCE JOYCEWashington JOYCEnllbln JOYCEWnshinnton
Washington nllbln on D CM C May tn 30 1310 1310MISS 1310MISS 1910MISS
MISS LA FOLLETTE FOLLETTETO
TO GIVE READING READINGMiss I IMiss
Miss Fola La Follette will give a dra dramatic dramatic drainatic ¬
matic reading read ins How the Vote was wasWon wasWon wn wnWon
Won under the auspices of the Equal EqualSuffrage EqualSutrrage EquaSuffrage
Suffrage Association of the District at attho attho a t
tr
tho Arlington Hotel next Thursday Thursdayevening Thursdayevening Thuradaevening r
evening eveningAs
As the title Indicates the play Is a astrong astr I Istrong
strong str > ng plea for votes for women An Anabsurd AnaOOuId Ai 11 11abaurd
absurd home scene is depicted In whichaU whiciall which whichall
all a certain mans feminine relatives relativeswho relatieswho S Swho
who have been selfsupporting quit their theirpositions theirposItIons thai r rpositions
positions and announce that they the have havecome havecome a acome
come to live with him and will stay sta at a t
home ever after Of course the male malexIctim malevictim e evictim
victim becomes a convert con rt of the suf ¬
fragettes fragettesWhats fragetteswit
Whats WJ wit ats on o the Program ProgramTonight ProgramTonight ProgramTonight
Tonight in in Washington WashingtonAmusements WasmngtonAmusements WashingtonAmusements
Amusements AmusementsBelasco AmusementsBelacoBen AmusementsBelascoBen
Belasco BelacoBen Ben Greet players in Romeoand Romeo Romeoand 0 0and
and Juliet 820 p m mNational mNaUonnIII mNatlonalIi
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Chesapeake Beach BeachAU All amusements amusementsTakoma amuseme1tsTakoma amusementsTakoma
Takoma Hall Takoma Park ParkLecture Lecture by byProf bjProf b V VPiof
Prof Alonzo T Jones of Battle Creek CreekMich CreekMich C CMich
Mich Subject SubjectWhat What Is
Patriotism In Intho I n ntho nthe
tho District of Columbia ColumbiaThe ColumbiaThe ColumbiaThe
The Times will be bEpleased pleased to announce announcemeetings announcemeetings e emeetings
meetings and entertainments In this thiscolumn thIscolumn th Is Iscolumn
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There are men affiliated with the Re Republican Re1mbtlcan ¬
publican l ublican party as well as with tho thoDemocratic thoDemocratic theemocratic
Democratic D party who ho ought to have havebeen havebeen haveeen
bm been b een relegated to the rear years ago agomen agomen agoen
m men en who do not measure up to tho thohigh thohigh tileigh
high h igh standard that is now required by bythe bythe bye
the th e progressive element in both groat groatparties groatIMIrtlo greetarties
parties p arties of leaders tc dera and office holders holdersThe holdersThe bulderaThe
The time is not very far distant when whenthe whenhe Whenthe
the t he voters of this great city And State Stateof Stator Statef
of O f burs ours New Ne York will see a wonder wonderful wondrtul wonderul ¬
ful f ul change in politics The people of ofthis ofthis ofhis
this t his great sre t Commonwealth are determin determined ¬
ed e d to get direct nominations so6ner 50 ner or orlater orlater orater
el
later l and they usually get what they theydesire th theyesire y ydesire
desire d The citizens have been arotwrd arotwrdfrom arotUff aroitsiIrom d dtrom
from f rom their lethargy they asserted their theirmanhood tbdrmanhood thUranhood
manhood m anhood demanded and sot ot who they theydemanded theydCmandcd
demanded d In the last mayoralty cam campaign campaign camaign ¬
paign p dp aign as well as in the Thirtythird ThirtythirdCongressional TldrtythlrdCongre
Congre C Congressional elonal district Monroe county countyelection countyelection
election e recently held they elected men menof menor
of o f their choice men who are doing doingtheir doingtheir
their t duty dut Bosstem in the th Republican Republicanparty Republicanparty
party p tp and bossism in the Democratic Democraticparty DemoeraUcparty Democraticarty
party p arty in our city and State and in many manyother mfnyother ninnyther
other o cities and States tat in the th United UnitedStates UnitedStato Unitedtaten
States S taten is a thing of the pst yes burn burned burned5O ¬
Se
ed ed5O e d so deep that it can never be resur resurrected roeurrected ¬
rected rectedOur rectedOur r ecte ecteOur
Our Intelligent highminded and law lawabiding 1 1abiding
abiding a citizens who do their own ownthinking ownthinking ownhinking
thinking t those students of economics economicswho economicswho economicsho
who w ho are equipped equlp with a keen sense oC oCJustice o ojU8tIC ofustice
Justice j and imbued with high lueals 1iie 1s of ofcitizenship orcitizenshIp ofitizenship
citizenship c and an Increased interest interestin Intore t tin
in I n civic affairs and civic uplift have havesmashed Mesmashed havemashed
smashed s all previous records of inde independence Independence ¬
pendence p endenee in thought thou ht and xctkrc at both boththe boththe
the t he last municipal and Monroe Moor county countyelections countyelectlon countylectlome
elections e They The will recognize cader lcaership cadershlp caderhip
ship s In party but no bow will 111 ever evercajole eercajole evercajole
cajole intimidate indue io e a or control eontnrithem cuntl cuntlthem controlhem
them t again a aln RELA TOKAJI TOKAJIBrooklyn TOKAJIBrooklyn TOKAJLBrooklyn
Brooklyn
Old Tennessee TennesseeT
T To o th the Fdttor of C The WastelHRtwi Times TlreeaI
I wish wl h to say > > y a a word through your yourMall yourMall yourMail
Mall Bag about a State that while whilegreat WhUegreat
great g reat and nd prosperous pro perou8 has not re received recolvod realved ¬
ceived c the public recognition r gnlUon to which whichshe whichshe whichhe
she s he is entitled entitledTennessee entitledTennHMe entitledTonnesose
Tennessee was 5 the third State ad admitted admitted adnutted ¬
mitted to the Union after the adop adoption adoption adoploti ¬
tion t loti of the Constitution which was 88 in inthe Inthe inthe
the year ear of 179 17M She he has had four fourcapitals rourcapitals fourapitals
capitals c which are Knoxville Kings Kingston Kingston Kingson ¬
ct
ton t on Murfreesbore and Nashville the thepresent theprNent theresent
present p resent Her greatest length la 432 432miles 43 43miles 4Zmiles
miles her greatest greete t breadth 1 In i5 9 miles milesand milesand milesnd
and a nd she covers 426t 4 K square miles milesIn milesIn milesn
In I n middle Tennessee beyond the theriver therher theiver
Ir
river r valley lie lies the garden of Ten Tennessee Tenne ¬
nessee ne ee a rich plain of S4M square squaremiles squaremiles quaremlle 1
miles which hleh is filled with Ith cot cotton eotton coton ¬
ton t on grain and rich tobacco fields it italso Italso ii iilso
also a lso contains the largest large t red cedar cedarforests cedarforests cedaiorests
forests f in America AmericaThe AmericaThe AmericaThe
The great reat Cumberland plateau plateauwhich plateauwhich plateeuwhich
which IB 1M9 feet above ati e the Ten Tennessee Tenneuee Tennemee ¬
nessee river Is I rich in coal and lime limestone Umeamong limetone ¬
stone s among the Cumberland moun mountains mountains mounains ¬
tains t are great caverns many miles long longin longin
in i n which hleh flow powerful underground undergroundstreams undergroundstr8llms undergrounctreams L
streams s and the bones of extinct ani animals animal aninials ¬
mal are to be found here al abe o Else Elsewhere EIMwhere Elsewhere ¬
where in Tennessee Tenne8 ee are to be found foundthe toundthe founthe
the t he mysterious sink holes through throughwhfch throughhkh t rough roughwhidh
whfch hkh the waters drain into the swift swiftunderground 8titunderlround swifiunderground
underground currents Tennessee Tenne eee is istwice IIItwice Ii Iiwice
t twice crossed cro ed by that great river riverwhich riverhleh riveiwhich
which hleh bears her name The leading leadingcrops lelLdtDgcrops leadinicrops
crops are hay com co oats wheat cot cotton cotton cotton ¬
ton tobacco and potatoes The coal coalfields cea 1 1folds
fields cover 5M4 i square miles of the theCumberland I ICumberiand
Cumberland plateau there are also alsolead aiMlead I Iead
lead l and zInc mines marble kaolin kaolinlimestone kaoUnUme kaolinimestone
limestone Ume l tone and granite quarries quarriesManufacturing quarr quarriesManufacturing s sanuraeturlng
Manufacturing mounts to fi500IJ fi500IJyeArly 7SOOOM 7SOOOMyearly S Syearly
yearly Tho Th first railroad was the Mem Memphischartered em emphltlchartered ¬
phischartered Intsat lnlS3lwhen WMn ther was a only onlyflfty onlyMty onl onlifty C
flfty f miles in the country Tennessee Tennesseehas S Sii
lt has l ii many thriving universities among amongthem amongthem amonthem
them t the Vanderbilt endowed with withJl0 withntooooo I IflIOC03
ntooooo Jl0 > 000 from Commmodore Vanderbilt VanderbiltDeSoto VDclerbiltDeSoto VanderbiltDeSoto
DeSoto was probably the U4 first man to totread totread V Vroad
tread t on the soil of this my native State StateTennessee StateTenneMee StateTenneseee
Tennessee seceded June 8 iSfil ard a d was wasreadmlttted wasreadmlttted Wa 5 5readmittted
readmlttted in IS 1S5 M Many any of the hard hardest hardest bardoat ¬
est fought engagements of the war Jr took tookplace tookplace C Cplace
place on her soil The population of ofTennessee ofTenneMee o e eTennessee
Tennessee in the last census was wa waIi 2089
615 61 Ii The 1910 census willi show a great greatincrease greatIncre grea t tncrease
increase increaseTennessee Incre I ncrease ncreaseTennessee se seTennes5ee
Tennessee Is wealthy wealth aM thriving thrivingshe thrivingshe thrivingshe
she is keeping a good pace with her hersister hersister he r rsister
sister States HARRY W BRIMER BRIMERCapital BRDIERI BRIMERCapital
I Capital Tales TalesKean I IKean
Kean Chief Objector ObjectorA
A NEW Book of Lamentations has hasappeared be6appeared hasappeared
appeared in Congress This time timethe timethe timethe
the Senate is favored favoredFor tavoredFor favoredFor
For months the members of the House Househave Househave Househave
have dubbed Representative Mann Of OfIllinois ofIJlInots ofIllinois
Illinois the great lamentator Iament tor of that thatbody thatbody thatbody
body It i IE because he objects to every everything everythinG everything ¬
thing that unanimous consideration is isasked isasked isasked
asked for forNow forXow forNow
Now Senator Kean of New Jersey has hasentered hasentered hasentered
entered the some class on the Senate Senateside Senateside Senateside
side It has been the practice of the theupper theupper theupper
upper body to respect a members xnember re request request request ¬
quest for unanimous consent for the theconsideration theconsIderation theconsideration
consideration of certain local measures measuresThe measuresThe measuresThe
The courtesy of the body has always alwaysbeen alwasbeen alwaysbeen
been so extended < < l and It Is a rare thing
for a member to demand the regular regularorder regularorder regularorder
order of business in
the face of an anassociates anase
associates ase < xlates request requestThat requestThat requestThat
That was in the old days So Impreg ¬
nable was the organization then that
it could afford to be tolerant occasion occasionally occaslonaHy ¬
ally and allow a Senator to press the theprivate
private bill Just now though the old oldThey olduard
uard ard seems to be rather irritable
They are not even graceful about it IL
As a result Senator Keen Ke n ha has been put
forward as the official objector He can
be heard day after day calling for the theregular theregular
regular order and this call from any an anone
one member makes It necessary for the
Senator with ith the private bill to await
his turn on the calendar calendarSheppards calendarSheppards calendarSheppards
Sheppards Amendment AmendmentTHE
T THE r HE E proposition of ofputting putting a refer reereence referonce
1
ence to the Deity in the Constitu Constitution Constitution Coxistltution ¬
tion has come up into prominence once oncemore oncemore oncemore
more Representative Morris Sheppard Sheppardof
of Texas Is the man back of it He has hasa hasecured hassecured
secured a promise tit a hearln before betorea
a subcommittee of the House Commit ¬
tee on Judiciary JudiciaryIt
It Is pretty thoroughly realized that If I
this question ever goes to the country
on a proposed amendment to the Con Constitution Constitution Constitution ¬
stitution it will carry C8lr hands down Gen ¬
tlemen In State Legislatures may ir iretsh it itveigh
velgh against an Income tax amend amendment amendment amendment ¬
ment but Sheppard Is confident they the thewould
would not dare oppose his proposition
Mr Sheppards position is that tha
Constitution is the only great eat American Americanstate Americanstate Americanstate
state document that does not contain containa
a 3 recognition of the Divine power His Hisadvocacy Hsadvocaoy Hisadvocacy
advocacy of this amendment recalls the
fact that he was prominent In stirring
up in the House the agitation to have havethe havethe
the words In God We Ve Trust put back backon backon backon
on the coins when Roosevelt had re removed removed removed ¬
moved them
Miss C Barbara Kauffmann K uffmann Gives S Tea TeaIn TeaIn TeaIn 6
In Honor of Miss Marguerite Dixon
Is I s Hostess at Country Place PlaceAirlie PlaceU PlaceAirIie
U Airlie on the MiIi Milii MiIitary MiIitary
i tary Road Roadi RoadGeneral RoadGeneral
i General Woodhull Gives In Informal Informal Informal ¬
formal Luncheon at Chevy ChevyChase ChevyChase ChevyChase
Chase Club ClubMies
Miss IU s Barbara Kauffmann daughter daughterof
of o f Mr and Mrs Rudolph fCauffmann fCauffmannwill
will Ill entertain a compa compaj of young youngpeople youngpeople youngeople
people p at tea this thi afternoon a ternoon at S Soclock ioelock Sclock
oclock o clock at their country place Airlie Airlieon
on o n the Military Roaa Ro 1 The guests are areasked areasked aresked
asked a to meet Miss ltl KaufTmanng house houseguest hou houue houseueet
guest g ue ueet Miss lfU Marguerite Dixon of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York YorkGen YorkGem
Gen Maxwell Wflltull U S A was wasost as
host h ost at t a small informal luncheon lun ke heon n at
the t he Chevy Chase Ch Club < t today todayInformal toda todaInformal todaynformal
Informal I Lunches LunchesGiven LunchesGiven LunchesGiven
Given at Chevy Chase Club ClubThe ClubThe ClubThe
The golf links and tennis courts at the theChevy theCheY theChevy
Chevy Chase Club were dotted etted with withplayers withplaers Withplayers
players this morning a number of ofwhom otwhom ofwhom
whom lunched informally at the club clubFrederick clubFrederick clubFrederick
Frederick Faust who spent ent the morn mornIng mocnin mornug
Ing in l ug on the links
was 8 among those tho e en entertaining entertalnlftg enertaining ¬
tertaining t small parties at luncheon luncheonEdwin lUDCAoonr lUDCAoonEdwin lunchoonEdwin
+ r
Edwin Fairfax Nsulty of New York Yorkhas Yorkbaa Yorkhas
has cards out t for a lecture on The UTheTrue TheTru TheTrue
True Nature of Comets to be given in inthe Inthe inhe
the t he = banquet et hall of the Raleigh Hotel Heteled
Wednesday y ed 4 Y evening June 1 at 8M 8 8oclock I Ioclock
oclock ° lock The program nu will also include IncludHleettoM InCludeeIectIoes
setectiom i by b Miss Ada Meade prima
donna aototsC MOIoIrItMnr soloSetMrs
4 4Mrs r
Mrs Oliver Cromwell and ad Miss X Louise
Cromwell Crorn ell have retum returnd < d to Washington Washingtonto a blngtOft blngtOftto
to t o stay until July Mies W Cromwell has hasas usas hasas
as her house hou e guests gue 18 for or the weekend weekendMiss w ke d dWIN L LMiss
Miss Susanne SWlan Carroll John Gillmoreand Glltmore Glltmoreaad Gilimoraand
and henry Gittiags of Baltimore
MT Mrs Cromwell and nd Miss Cromwell CrOlft 1 left
Waahln Washington ton last Ja t winter shortly JIhort after the I
death of Mr Cromwell which occurred
a few tet days before Miss II Cromwell was
to have ba ve made her debut debutAs debutr debutIAs debutAs
r I
IAs As You Like It ItOn ItOn ItOn
On White Reuse Grounds GroundsAs
Uu As You Like It will be given for the thebenefit thebeneftt thebenoilt
benefit of the childrens ptaygrt pk p4ayreunas p4ayreunasThursday und 8UIldTbunHIay undThursday
Thursday evening June It at S oclock oclockon eeloclion elockon
on the White House Hou e ground by the theCobura theCoburn t 1 1Coburn
Coburn players This is S th tM nrst rnt time timea i ia
a theatrical performance will ever have havebeen haVbeen S Sbeen
been held at night in the the White 9
House Hou e grounds groundsMrs groundsWnJ groundsMrs
Mrs Taft is greatly interested in the thesuccess theau 2
success au of the entertainment
Twelfth Night will be played on I
FrIday Frtd Y afternoon June 17 at 4 435 oclock
for the benefit t of the same charity
The Coburn players who are well I
known have played at all the large largeuniversities larxeunlvel8iUes C Cuniversities
universities and are BOW DO playing return returnengagements returnenpgements I Iengagements
engagements engagementsCHINAMAN enpgementsCHINAMAN engagementsCHINAMAN
CHINAMAN WINNER WINNEROF
OF ENGLISH PRIZE PRIZEBOSTON PRIZEBOSTOX PRIZEBOSTON
BOSTON May lay 3David David ZekTsaag ZekTnan ZekTnanYat
Yu of c Wuchang WuclMD Choa has the theUact10R die distinction dietinct1o ¬
tinction of being ItetII < < the first Chinese stu student SlUtlent student ¬
dent in Harvard to win a prize for forvrtlng forvrUn feivrting
vrtlng vrUn < < English En Jth He has Just been beenv beearded I Irded
> v rded one f the Bowdoin prizes of ofafe otlor ol r rfor
afe for dissertations in English Ec I8h The Thesubject Thesub C Csubject
subject sub t of 0 his essay is The Schools of ofOM orOld oj r rOld
Old China ChinaMr Chlnaltr Chinatr
Mr tr Yul is specializing special izinl in Harvard Harvardand Harvardand I I1fld
and making a a study of the American Americansystem AmerieaR8ystem I Isystem
system of education He will return to te 9
China to enter the government bureau bureauof I Iof
of education His Hi essay e eay is extremely
Interesting and vividly depicts the theschool t1Mschool theschool
school system 1Item of the Celestial Empire EmpireNO EmpireNO I INO
NO PROBE TODAY TODAYOn
On account ot o the absence of several severalSenators severalSenators severn severnSenators
Senators who are making mak1n Decoration DecorationDay DecorationDay DecoratiosDay
Day speeches peecb the Senates cost of liv living livlag ¬ I IIng
ing investigators did not meet today
The special committee will assemble to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow however to hear the furniture S
dealers from Grand Rapids Mich It is isnow Isnow ii C Cnow
now expected that the probe will m come com S
to an end this tM week Only Onl a few more morewitnesses morewftne I Iwitnesses
witnesses wftne es are still to be heard heardI
I
Mrs Harlow Will Take TakeNew TakeNew TakeNew
New England Motor Tour TourMrs
Mrs Richard Harlow will close her leerTwentyfirststreet er erTW6ntYfiBt
Twentyfirststreet TW6ntYfiBt > > treet residence re l4eaft about aboutJune aHutJune aboutJune
June 12 1 and will go for a fortnights fortnightsmotor tortJdglttsmotor fortnlghtsmotor
motor trip through New England be before betore before ¬
fore Joining Mr Harlow at t their theirranch tlteirrDeA theirranch
ranch In Montana MontanaBrig
1 1Brig 1Brig
Brig Con and Mrs nt J f B Ale Mre are aremoving aremovl aremoving
moving movl s this t week into lat their ae aeIa e r fco home home4z tt tt2W
2W Ia 4z S street which has Just Wen com completed COMpleted onespleted ¬
pleted and Ad expect to be nettled etti u 1 b sy y th thlast OM OMWtt thelast
last of the week weekCaptain weekCaptain
oi oiCaptain
Captain Arturo Cuavas CuavasHonor CuavasHonor CuavasHonor
Honor Guest ef Visc Vixett1lt aat dAzy dAzyCapt d dAzyCapt Azy AzyCapt
Capt Arturo Cuava the newly ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed naval attache of the t e Chilean Chlteaalegation Cllihaalegation Chileanlegatloet
legation was the guest gu st in compliment complimentto COM llment llmentto
to wnom nom the naval atatche of the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French embassy Lieut Com Benotot BenototdAzy BenoltttALy BonoistdAzy
dAzy ALy entertained at dinner last even evening 6venI evenIng ¬
ing I at the Metropolitan Club ClubThe ClubThe ClubThe
The guests were received by Viscount ViscountdAzy Vl ViscountdAzy count countdAzy
dAzy smiled by the charge daffaires daffairesof
of the French embassy er bu y The guests guestswere guestswere guestswere
were the first secretary of the Chilean Chileanlegation CblleB1etaUon ChileanIeatlon
legation Alberto Toacham Y ham the first firstsecretary firstecretary firstsecretary
secretary > > of the Peruvian legation legationFreyrc JegaUonFreyre legatiolsFreyre
Freyre y Santander the naval attache attacheof
of the Russian Ru tan embassy embu y Commander CommanderVasellieff C CVaallletr commanderVaseliletf
Vasellieff the naval attache of the theGerman theGenDlUl theGerman
German embassy embA y Commander von Retz Retzmann Rebmann Retzmann
mann the naval attache of the Bra Brazilian BrazUlan Brazillan ¬
zilian embassy Ueut Com D R Mar Marques Marquee Marques ¬
ques de Aaevedo the military attache attacheof
of the Japan Japanese Jap se embassy em y Major Tan Tanaka Ta Taaka Tanaka
aka the naval attache of the Japanese Japaneseembassy Japaneseembassy Japne e eembsey
embassy Commander Hiraga the na naval naval seaysl ¬
val attache of the Italian embassy emb 8 y
Commander < < Camperto and the military militaryattache mllttaryattache militaryattache
attache of the Spanish Sp ni8h legation ega OR Col de deDon deDon tieDon
Don Nicolas Urcullu y Cerefjo Cerefjor CerefjoMr CereijoMr
r r 5 5Mr
Mr and Mrs George Geor e Xavier McLaaa McLaaahan XcLaaaban McLsahan
han with their children and Mrs MrsGeorge XrsGeorge
George William llIlam McLaaahaa sailed lied on onSaturday OftSaturday onSaturday
Saturday for England They will return returnonthe returDon
onthe on Jhe the Lapland the theeud end oC October Octoberj OctoberAdmiral
7 7Admiral 4 4Admiral j
Admiral aDd Mrs Van Reypea ReypeaTe
Te Visit Daughter at Cape Cod CodRear CodR CodRear
Rear R < ar Admiral and Mrs Vaa Reypen Reypenwill Re7PeDwill Reypefiwiii
will close their Washracton residence residencenext re residencenext ldence ldencenext
next week aDd go to Weaao Cape Cod Codwhere C04where Codwhere
where they the will In spend the summer summerTheir summerTheir summerTheir
Their soninlaw and daughter ter Baron Baronaad Baronand
and Baroness Korff and ad their Httle ittl son sonwilt SOIlwtlt sonwill L
wilt spend the summer wtta them themMrs themMrs themMrs
Mrs Chandler Hale HaM wife of the theThird theThird theThird
Third Assistant Secretary reULry of f State has hasgone hasgooe huegone
gone to Pennsylvania for a series er of ofvisits ofv1s1 otyiitg
visits visitsMrs v1s1 yiitgMrs 18 18Mrs
Mrs Hunt Slater Slater will leave ve Wash Washington WA8bIftgtOft ¬
WssbI
ington shortly for New York From Fromthere Fromthere Fromthere I
there she will sail 11 to spend the t e sum summer aulftmer sumsuer ¬
mer in Europe EuropeMrs EuropeIrs
Mrs Irs McVeftgh lCV h wife wife of the Secretary Secretaryof r
of the Treasury will go to Chicago Chicagoin CIdea CIdeaIn t
in I a day or two for a snort ort visit visitbefore Yildtbetore visitI
before going to their summer home IB IBDublin InDublin isDubitis I
Dublin N H for the season about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the last week in June JuneThe J JThe
The German rman Ambassador Amba a4or Count von vonBerastorCT YOftBern I
BerastorCT Bern tor1f is making a few visits vonI hi hiPhiladelphia InPhiladelphia isC I
Philadelphia and > ew York before beforegoing beforegoing beforeI C
going to Beverly where be will 111 spend spendthe apeRdtbe speotthe I
the summer summerPAPAL summerPAPAL summerPAPAL
PAPAL DELEGATE DELEGATEGUEST DELEGATEGUEST DELEGATEGUEST
GUEST OF OFHONOP OFHONOPAt HONOR HONORAt
At the musical of the Keaae Coun Council Counell Cooncli ¬
ell Knfachts of Columbus la the Co Columbia Cohi Celueshia ¬
lumbia hi Theater last night pt Mgr r Fal Falcomo Faleonie Falsusie
como the papal J 1 delegate deI te attended by byMjrr byI byMgi
Mjrr I Mackin of St Paul Pauls Church and andMxr andC andMv
Mxr C Ceeretti rrettl ettl of the leicates household householdwas ha IllUboW IllUboWWR8
was the guest of honor honorAn honOrAD honorAmerican
An American flac and the papal aaal coterz coterzdecorated coiented coistidecorated
decorated ted the box occupied by the three threechurch tlt e I Ihurch
church dtenitaries Muck luck interest mt was wasshown Wlshown
shown in the he numbers oum by > > y Mgr X Falconio Falconiowho Faicoedowho
who liberally applauded the performers performersferts 18rf 18rfWarn perfermeraWarm
Warn appre appreciation = atloA was shown the eC eCforts e eforts
forts of th tM soloists and the t chorus cborusfOrk choresr
work fOrk was excellently done The ctergy c1ergywas cleegswas r
was well represented in the audience audienceWOMEN a > udeDceWOMEN > dteace dteaceWOMEN
WOMEN TO VOTE IN RUSSIA RUSSIAST RUSSIAS
ST PETERSBURG May 3 3The The Theprinciple TheJ S
principle J rlncipl of womans suffrage has been beenaccepted be1maccep beesccpted I
accepted accep by the duma committee committeekierinc con conslderinc COftlderlns
slderinc the township t < administration administrationbill
bill Women having property or edu educational educational edocatlonal ¬
cational qualification will be given tbe tbevoe ttaecte
voe cte for township to hlp officials oa the tb same samebasis namebasis me mebaals C
basis as males
I
THE SUNDAY EVENING EVENINGNEWSPAPER EVEifIllGNEWSPAPER EVENINGNEWSPAPER
NEWSPAPER WITH THE THEACCENT THEACCENT THEACCENT
ACCENT ON THE NEWS NEWSFrom
From fifteen to eighteen hours before the Monday morning morningpapers morningpapers morningpapers
papers couW possibly deliver the news to the public the Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day evening edition of The Washington Times yesterday delivered deSveredto
to its readers news items of epochmaking importance Among Amongthem A Athem Amongthem
them were the following followingGlenn foUowin I IGlenn
Glenn H Curtiss recordbreaking aeroplane flight fii bt from Al Albany Albany ¬
bany to New York YorkThe YarkThe YorkThe I
The sailing of the cruiser Prairie from Philadelphia carrying carryingsupplies carryiRgsllp carryingSUp
supplies SUp lies and ammunition to the United States forces protecting protectingAmerican protectinAmerican protectingAmerican
American interests in Nicaragua NicaraguaDescription Nicara NicaraguaDescription ua uaDe
Description De ption of the entertainments provided for the members membersof
of the Chamber of Commerce on their annual outing ootin at Norfolk Norfolkand Iwolkand NOrfOlkand
and Old Point Comfort ComfortAn V VAn
An account of how Attorney George C Hazelton endeavored endeavoredto endea oed oedto
to get the joker gas g bill bl through the House Hos committee committeeThe comitee comiteeThe committeeThe
The first frst complete and an most interesting description dspti of o Dr F FW F Fv
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Will Wil Be Accompanied Accompaned by byWife byWife byWife
Wife and Spend Several SeveralDays Severl SeverlDays SeveralDays
Days in Metropolis MetropolisMr Metopolis MetopolisXI
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win wn go ever to New York tomorrow
g oe t Ne Yo tmrew for fora fora
a stay 8 of o several He days dys Mr r Cameron Co is isMr I Isto
to b be a as u usher at t t the weg wedding o oC Mi Miss
1 Harriet St Sm1t a and Gavl Greaviile G Abr AbrDby Aber Abernethy
Dby nethy wk whict wi wig te tai pee place at te teHoe the theBuciclugham
Buciclugham Hoe Hotel Wednesday at BOOn
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Te The biIdesreosa was one of tlee ushers
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Mr M and a Mrs X Harry Hu S s Oimeted Ome of
Chattanooga Cta the te latter 1te formerly foerly Miss Y
AvJsBieae Av Avie Be Bteoe arrived ia Washington this thUar
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mg morning ar a and nd are ae the t guests Wang9n or Mr and tla
Mrs s R R o Biene B jHg i5i + ge Blltaore Bt o M street streetJoe att attJoe StreetJoe a
Joe Levy Lv Gives GiTs Stag StagIn Stg StagIn
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southwest MutWet was host bot last Jt evening at ata attg ata
a stag tg in honor honr of the t twentyfirst twentyfirstanniversary twentyfrst twentyfrstnniverI twentyfirstanniversary
anniversary nniverI o ol his bi birthday birthdayHe Itlrda
He was wa the recipient reipient of ot many Jny hand handsome Bnd Bndme handsome
some me presents prent including Incuing a diamond diamondring dimnd dimndring diamondring
ring from fro the Undecim UDem Pleasure Pere Club
of which he is a member DD The Clb pre prePelzman
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sontation > ntton speh speech w was me made by Fe red
Pelzman Pelzan who also 8 acted acte as a toaotmas to
ter during durng the evening
Those To present prent included Ineude Xonaan Nor Norm Fis ¬
cher Hyman Hyn Levy Lev David Dvld Levy LT Phillip Phillipi Pbtip
i Brown Bro Harold Hrold Strauea Str1 Milton UtOR Abel
Dr Bailey Bley Sol Sl Brown Brtw A Cohen Chen Clar ¬
ence Eiseman Elsm Harry l Ears Ellis Els Ben Gold ¬
berg brg Joe Jo Goldsmith Goldsit Ivan Iva Bn Herman HeIan Gld
Ben Bn Livingston Lvtn ston Fred Pelzman Ivan
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Pelzman Pebman Lou Harris Hari James ae Hamil ¬
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ton Emmet Jester fater Val Scammell
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Mike Jacobs J Sidney SldD Kaufman Kutm Mel ¬
ville me King Sam S Levy LT Lou Lu Levy Lev Wil ¬
liam ll Levy Lev Harold Haold LIchtenstein Lichtentein Mor or
5f rls LeT Levy ei7 I Levy LT A A LeT LT Levy > Julius
Richrd Richards L Rottein Rotnsteln Harry Ha Nach
MUford 1ord Stern Jacob
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Mr aad Mrs XI D DJKaufman J fKf Kaufman of Rhode Rhodin
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IJaD Island aveu avenue we were a at A home yesterday
in honor of their yeev
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Kaufman Kautm and ad Simon S Nye ye whose t1 en en8Ji
8Ji KtBeD ggeneent 5ineat WM w announced ann recently tv
The Te residence ree was w tastily tty decorated
with wit masses m of ferns re and aD cut et flowers fwrs dte
Those T who wh assisted te were we Miss Mi Florence Florenceand Fc
Nyc 1 or Srtn Scranton F Ps l Miss Mabel
KLumn Ksutman of f New York Misses Leona
f and an Cordelia Cori Speer Sr of Baltimore Be La Miss
Hortense Horten Sondheimer Snbe Miss Mt Techte Tel Sond
helmet bhne Miss Mi Amelia meb Hollander Miss
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Carrie Car Kaufman Kaufmn Miss h Maugurette aurte Kauf Kaufman Ku Kumn Kaufnina ¬
man mn Miss Ki Belle Ble Goldman Gldn Miss Xi Irene
Hollander Holld Miss Freda Fe Raboltz Ralt of Bal ¬
timbre tmr Miss Xi Nellie Behrend Miss o Ray
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Dreyruss Drytl Miss Ki Nellie eli Renters and Miss
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ARMY ARMYMAYABSORB ARMYMAYABSORBENGINEERSOF MAY ABSORB ABSORBENGNEERS
ENGNEERS ENGINEERSOF OF NAVY NAVY11easure NAVYMeasure
Measure 11easure Before Senate Snate Com Committe Cornmitte
mitte mite Which Xhich Has This ThisEnd Tis ThisEnd
End In View ViewThat VievT ViewThat
That T e one e of o the t surprises s of this tl ses session se seaba ¬
aba s of e Congress e may my W the th re reporting reportingof rtnS
of o an a amendment aft by the Oe Senate Sete Com Committee C Cocamittee ¬
mte mittee on e Naval Xa vl Affairs Atr providing for forthe torte forthe
the te transfer tae of the t corps c of dvM cv engi engineers eg engiSeers ¬
Seers B of o the t navy Jy to the t army a corps cra of ofengineers f fengineers tenmr
ters tersIt enmr ter engineers tersIt te believed lee ta 1 certain ci quar quarters qul quarters ¬
It I has b leaked leke out o that t such an amend amendment ame amendmeat ¬
meat at is I now DW before bfoe the t committee cotee but butthe butI butthe
the I infttfeaees IDf which vhik are ae apt to t array arraythemselves ay aytbe arraythemselves
tbe themselves for or o against aJ it i is I a matter matterKiifch mter mterwi matterwhich
IftttoB IftttoBIt lti which wi is i pul producing considerable Oere spectv spectvIftttoB spD speceIt
It I to on O account at of o the t fact tat that tt the thecorps te teep thecorim
corps ep is I but bt little Jte known knw out M ef c naval navalcircles 8val 8vald navalcircles
d circles that tt legislative lye and aa departmental departmentalacts detl detlbve
acts have appeared to to be out of
bve aprd b ot O regular regularform rgl regularform
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form ton and aO have lve occasioned o8 some s con confusion cn confusion ¬
fusion fu in I the t mind ml of e the t public pb As Asan Asan
an illustration lurU of o this t because bu of o an anold ano anold
old o law providing prb that tt army an engineers engineersshould egn engineersshould
should abl remove rve obstructions o from fr bar harbors h barhors ¬
hors brs the t bill bl for fo raising rDb the Maine ane was waspassed wa waspassed
passed p with w an a amendment mnt which wh placed placedthe placedthe
the th work wrk under unr the army aywrk armywork work peculiar peculiarly pui pace ¬
ly pertaining prnlDb to t the t navy nv for o both pro professional pr professlonal ¬
fessional fenl and a sentimental stmetl reasons reasonsThe reM reMThe reasonsThe
The Maine Mne Incident incdent has h given rise riseto rlsf riseto
to no little ltte discussion djsuslon ad and doubtless doubtlesshad d06bUe doubtieschad <
had an effect elet in leading ledln up to the theformulation the10rmulaUon theformulation
formulation 10rmulaUon of the th amendment amenment now nowbefore nowbefore
before bfore the Senate Snate committee commitee calling clng
for the amalgamation of the th
to aal atol t two twocorps twocorp twocorps
corps corp of engineers engineersWhat engineersWhat
What is epaners believed bleve to be b a more direct directteason directlen directreason
reason len however for the proposed proposedamalgamation proposedamalgamation opd opdamlgaaton
amalgamation amlgaaton was wa the passage Psge by 0 the
House Hos of the amended amnde army ary engi engineers engifloors ¬
floors nrs Mil bl This amendment amnd6t provides providesthat providesthat eng
that tt the President Pred nt can cn appoint aJpint any anyarmy ay ayamy anyarmy
army engineer to take charge of
amy eghaee chge any anypublic an anpublc anypublic
public publc works under the Government GovernmentIt Germent GermentI
It I is pointed pinte out that tbat if there is i no noneed noDe noneed
need De for the te engineers of the navy
they tey should shouk be b egneers abolished abolih and that nav the theeasiest te teeet theeasiest
easiest eet way to accomplish acmplih this Uls is to tobury tobur tobury
bury bur them tMJ lit f the more powerful pwerul corjjs corjjsThe cts ctsThe corjsThe
The navy nav corps C has h been b in existence existenceabout eee eeeabut existenceabout
about abut forty toy years yer It I developed Me the themodern te teJr themodem
modern Jr dry dr dock dok and an floating ftn dry dy dock dockhi d dockhi
hi i this thi country cont and a in I addition 8 hag 1 to todo tod totie
do d with wit sea s walls wll slips SlpbD basins power powerplants pwer pwerpb powerplants
plants pb shops sP storehouse st h offices efncesstreets eikessret officesstreets
streets sret sewers swe waterworks wteroc etc etcIt etc etcIt
It te 1 believed bive that tt the th naval Dv authori authorities at aistbotitIes od odt ¬
ties t may m3 interpose inter an a objection oj oa G the theground te teg theground
ground that it would
g th wld place public publicworks pbUc pbUcwork publicworks
works work at a navy nav yards and navy DY pe stations stationsunder stU stationsunder
under une the t War Wa Tar yrs Department DepartmentCABINET Dprnt DprntCABINET DepartmentCABINET
CABINET TO VOTE VOTEON VOTEON
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