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Senators on the conference c commit committee comn1itt comniittee ¬
tee t on the railroad d bill and other otherSenate otherfpnate othercnate
Senate cnate leaders have t c advised the Preai Preaident Prcsidpnt Prceident
dent that Ut t it will iI1 be impossible to put putinto putinto putinto
into the railroad bill any capitalization capitalizationcontrol capitalizationcontrol capithiizationControl
control legislation legi iation The provisions on onthis onthis onthis
this subject in th the House UQuSe measure will willnot willi willinot willnot
not be accepted by the ti Senate and it itis itis itis
is given out that the effort to put any anything anything anything ¬
thing in in their place will be abandoned abandonedThis abandonedThis bandonedThis
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that the Chicago go platform calls for forauch forauen forouch i
ouch legislation and in spite of the thefact thefact thefact
fact the President has been urging ur ing that tliatCongress tbatCongres thatCollgres
Congress provide for the control of ofrailroad ofrailroad ofrailroad
railroad stock and bond issues ie ue8 in the thepending thePfnding theInding
pending railroad bill billA billA billA
A large part of the opposition pro proceeds proCEMS proceeds ¬
ceeds from those Dea Deniocrats ocrats > jn the theJ thenate thesenate
J senate < enate who say y that capitalization capitalizationcontrol e capitalizationrontrol pitlizatiOllcontrol
control would be an intrusion into the thedomain theomain theloman
domain of State rights r htfi These Demo Democrats Democrats Demotints ¬
crats it will m be recalled were warned warnedsome warnedsome rned rnedsome
some days ago by Senator Xewknds Xewkndsthat N Nelandsthat e Jands Jandsthat
that if the Democratic party didxnot didxnotdisclose did not notdi notdic1one
disclose di clo e capacity to deal l with national nationalquestions n nationalquestions tioDlll tioDlllquestions
questions and national evils through throughrational troughl1atioD81 throughrational
rational authority it would not be beentrusted bentrusted beentrusted
entrusted with power by the people peopleObvious peopleObvious peopleObvious
Obvious as this fact ought to be many manyof mn mnof manyof
of the Democratic members of tile tlteSenate tilenate theSenate
Senate nate as well as House persist in inoverlooking inoyerJookiag inoverlooking
overlooking it But the fact there will willbe willbe willbe
be no capitalization control legislation legislationis
is not entirely due to the Democrats DemocratsSenate Democratsnate DemocratsSenate
Senate nate regular leaders the conserva conservative conscr conscrtivf conservative ¬
tive Republicans have M not succeeded in inconcealing inoncea1j inCTliCeliflg
concealing oncea1j their hostility to effective effectivecontrol effectivecontrol effectivecontrol
control of railroad capitalization capitalizationIt
It is unfortunate unfortu Ate for the country countr and andfor andfor andfor
for the railroads lIilro ds that legislation on onthis onthis onthis
this question is not near at hand It Itmight Itmight Itmight
might as well be recognized that it will willcome willcome iU iUome
come eventually and until it does come comethere comethere comethere
there will be continual agitation with withrelation withrelation withrelation
relation to it It would operate in intwo intwo intwo
two general directions to advantage In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the first place it would give the public publica
a sense of security from further water watering waterlug ¬
ing of railroad securities In the second secondplace secondplace I
place no one step would oWd do so much muchto i
to put the securities of the railroads on ona ona ona
a firm rm basis in the eyes eoo of ot investors investorsboth investorsboth investorsboth
both here and in Europe It It t is short shortsightedness slw shortsghtdnesa > rt rtsightednes ¬
sightedness to block Government con control eontrol control ¬
trol of railroad capitalization capitalizationROOSEVELT capitalizationROOSEVELT capitalizationROOSEVELT
Col Theodore RoosevtH > t has announc announced AnnouncIi announced ¬
ed Ii from London tbat he has neither neithernsked noitherasked neitherasked
asked for any favors from from the custom customhouse customhouse customhouse
house at t New York nor will he accept acceptany acccptany acceptany
any He says he has not asked for forany foray foray
ay special courtesies for hi his own bag baggage baggage baggage ¬
gage or for that of f his family fmil that he heexpects hepeets heexpects
expects peets to pass through the customs customsthe customsthe customsthe
the same as 5 s any ny other private citizen citizenHe citizenHe citizenlie
He further expects epec to pay full duty dutyon
on every eVery artiele not exempted to the thegeneral thegenell thegeneral
general traveling tra veli public publicThe puoUeThe publicThe
The announcement from Sir Ir Roose Roosevelt Roosevtlt Rooseelt ¬
velt elt is a refreshing refrehi one and his ex example example oxample ¬
ample is one o that other good citizens citizensvould citizensWtuld citizensWOUld
WOUld do well to follow It sounds as asif s sif s sif
if the former President had not for forgotten forfotten forgotten ¬
gotten about a the square deal while whilein whilein whilein
in Africa chasing elM1 ing lions and wlfile in inEurope inEurop inEurope
Europe hobnobbing with prinoos and andkings andkin andkings
kings kin It is the more impressive when
one recalls how numerous are the ap applications applicotions applications ¬
plications to the Treasury Department Departmentfor
for special consideration considerationMore considerationMorc considerationMore
More than this there comes every everyday cnryday everyday
day or two the reports that wealthy wealthypeople wcalthypeople wealthypeople
people have tried to smuggle goods goodsthrough goodsthrough goodsthrough
through the custom house either at atNew atNcw atNew
New York or some otherport other port Either Eitherbecause Eitherbecause Eitherbecause
because this practice is on the increase increaseor
or because the customs authorities are aremore aremorc aremore
more vigilant discoveries of instances instancesof
of this kind are more and more fre frequent frequent Irequent ¬
quent It is is a kind of petty theft that thatis tbatis thatis
is all too frequently condoned Mr MrRoosevelts MrRoosevelts MrRoosevelts
Roosevelts pronouncement that he liewants hewants hewants
wants no favors and that he expects expectsto
to pay duty like other citizens ought oughtto
to help curb the business of smuggling smugglingby
by passengers It is not that he de deserves deBerves deserves ¬
serves any particular credit for paying payingthe payingthe payingthe
the Government what he owes on his hisbaggage hisbaggage hisbaggage
baggage but that he is affording an anexample aneClmple anexample
example of the only onl course open to tothe tothe tothe
the honest and upright citizen The Thecustoms Thecustoms Thecustoms
customs laws should be enforced im impartially impartiaUy impartially ¬
partially on high and low from the theSugar theSugar theSugar
Sugar trust to the man with only one onesuit onesuit onesuit
suit case caseNEW caseNEV caseNEW
Those who understand the general generalworth gencralworth generalworth
worth of civil service rules will applaud applaudthe
the fire commissioner eomlniS8 oner of New York for forhis forhis forhis
his prompt reply to Chief tief Crokers at atiack attlick atjack
jack on civil service firemen The case casew cueit caseiI
w it iI of interest to all the cities served servedby sencdby servedby
by men under civil service serviceThe serviceThe serviceThe I
The controversy started with a fire fireon fireon fireon
on Monday in which two members of ofthe oftho ofthe
the department lost their lives three threewere throewere threewere
were seriously seriousl injured and more than thana thnMore
a score were overcome by smoke smokeThereupon smokeThereupon mokeTllcreupon
Thereupon the chief sent up the com complaint oomplint cornplaint ¬
plaint that the department was de deteriorating deteriorating doteriorating ¬
teriorating that only the veterans veteranswhose veteranswhose eteranswhose
whose terms of service began before beforecivil beforechil beforecivil
civil service days were at all Jl depend dependable dependable dependable ¬
able He scored the younger men as asbeing asbeing asbeing
being comparatively worthless worthl But Butfor Butfor Bitfor
for the 20 per cent of veterans e h hsaid e esaid I
said the department would go o to tosmash tosmuh tosmash
smash He contended that all n that a aman 11man aman
man needs when hen he first becomes b omos omosfireman a afireman afireman
fireman is to be able to read and write writethe writethe writethe
the English JjS language langl1a e and understand understandorders understndorders understandorders
orders There is plenty of time in his hisfirst hisfirst hisfirst
first four years 6tlrs to study up and be become become become ¬
come an officer officer1Fire officerFire officerFire
Fire Commissioner Waldo points to tothe totile tothe
the fact that only 118 out of the
4400 metropolitan fire fighters are old oldtimers oldtimers oldtimers
timers appointed before civil service servicedays senicedays servicedays
days that it is extravagant e to assert assertthat asaertthat assertthat
that less than 3 per cent centinsteAd instead of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the chiefs 20 per cent centof of the th men mc I
work done by the department that thatthe t thatthe atthe
the strict requirements of the proba probationary probAtiolHlry probationary ¬
tionary period together with the thephysical thephysi thephysical
physical al examinations made twice twicemonth a amonth amonth
month put puniness and 00 cowardice coward 4c out outof outof outof I
of the question questionChief questionChiof questionChief
Chief Croker is a strenuous and andvaliant andvaliAnt andvaliant
valiant loader who may be rather im impatient impatient ¬
patient with the raw recruit It takes takesan tak takn
an n old head to handle some fires rosoot firesnotmerely not notmerely
merely a courageous cou eous heart be rt The real realtest roalt6St realtest
test of the merits of civil service is iswhether iswlether iswhether
whether it has increased the allaround allaroundefficiency aUarouNefficieney allaroundefficiency
efficiency of a department over the theefficiency theef theefficiency
efficiency ef cicnc existing e isting in the t e good ood old oldpolitical oldpo1iticaldaJs oldpoliticaldays
political po1iticaldaJs po1iticaldaJsDR days daysDR
The death of Goldwin Smith re removed removed removed ¬
moved one of the strong men from fromworld a aworld aworld
world where strong men are rare rareenough rareenough rareenough
enough He was exceptional not be because beCAuse because ¬
cause of his great learning learuingwbich whkh is isoften isoften isoften
often a mere re matter of memory memorybut memorybutbeeause memorybittbecause but butbecause
because he had thoughts of his hisown hisown hisown
own unconventional and unpopularthoughts unpopularthoughts unpopular unpopularthoughts
thoughts hammered out on his own ownmental ownmental ownmental
mental anvil and cast into the whirl whirlpool whirlpool whirlpool ¬
pool of debate to sink or swim They Theywere Theyore Theywere
were ore usually found to swim He was wasa
a friend of the North during the thecivil theeivil thecivil
civil war ar 1 when his own aristocratic aristocraticcaste aristocraticC8te aristocraticcaste
caste in England EngJ nd had leaning the other otherway otherway otherway
way He waa 8 a stanch advocate of ofunion ofnnion ofunion
union between the United States and andCanada andCa1ada andU7ada
Canada and nd if he could not convince convincehis
his countrymen he at least argued arguedthem arguedthem arguedthem
them into respectful attention And Andlast Andlast Andlast
last but not least he did much to torescue torescue torescue
rescue humanity from the abyss into intowhich intowhich intowhich
which science would have cost it as asthe asthe asthe
the helpless victim of its cnvironment environmentWith cnvironmentVith cnvironmentWith
With a rare scholarship he tfreached tfreachedthe renchcd renchcdthe rcechcdthe
the power pow of the individual human life lifeand lifcand lifeand
and of the innate forces that could couldmake couldmake couldmake
make a slave and not a tyrant of ofcir ofcircumstances cir circumstances circumstancos ¬
cumstances Goldwin Smith dies full fullof fullof fullof
of years and honors and he will have havethe haethe havethe
the immortality of those who love lovetheir loetheir lovetheir
their fellow men menAERIAL menAERIAL menAERIALLIGHTHOUSE
The rapid development of aerial aerialnavigation aerial8iption aerialnavigation
navigation has brought the world close closeup closeup closeUi
up to the question of establishing a alighthouse alighthouse alighthouse
lighthouse service for the air and andalong andalong andalong
along with itk it it an aerial lifesaving lifesavingservice Iifesavingservice lifesavingservice
service Remarkable as this proposi proposition proposition proposition ¬
tion may seem at first thought it ap appears aprs appears ¬
pears rs that the Germans have already alreadybegun alreadybegUIl alreadybeg
begun beg tin to move in this direction From Froma Iromconsular From1 From1a
a consular report it s disclosed that thatalready thai thailroady thatalready
already an aerial lighthouse has been beenestablished beenestablished I
established at Spandau German Germany It Itis Itis Itis
is on the top of an unusually tall tallbuilding taUbuilding tallbuilding
building and consists of a disc of light lightintended Jightintended lightintended
intended to warn the sailors of the air airat airat airat
at night when they are in the danger dangerzone dangerzone dangerzone
zone of tall buildings and steeples It Itwould Itwoukl Itwould
would be of service servicein in heavy fogs but butfor butfor butfor
for the fact it is s found it cannot be beseen beseeR beseen
seen To supplement it for service servicewhen scnicewIlen servicewhen
when there is a fog a siren or huge hugefoghorn hugefoghorn hugefoghem
foghorn will be employed employedPar
Par ahead of the rest of the world in intheir intheir intheir
their investigations and efforts for the thcI I
perfection of air navigation navjga ion the tIer Germans tIermans ¬
mans are considering the establishment establishmentof
of other such stetsons Undoubtedly Undoubtedlywith I Iwith
with the progress of the airship in this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country the matter will be given givenserious givensorious givenserious
serious attention attentionIt
It needs no groat stretch of the theimagination theiIIJaginntion theinagination
imagination to see the possibilities possibi ities of ofthis Iftlis ofthis
this business Today we have light lighthouses Jighthouses lighthouses ¬
houses to warn ships at sea and on ti tilakes tJlakes tilakes >
lakes to avoid dangerous waters and andreefs andreefs andreefs
reefs Lightships are are anchored in inwaters inwaters inwaters
waters perilous for the navigators navigatorsThe
The lifesaving service has numerous numerousstations numerousstations numerousstations
stations whence its brave b ve surfmen surfmenhurry surfmenhurry surfmerhurry
hurry to the rescue of vessels in dis distr disess distiess
tr tiess ess Who shall say MY that in a few fewyears fewyears fewyears
years more something like this shall be beextended beetondcd beextended
extended to lessen the dangers of air airnavigation airnavigation airnavigation
navigation t Aerial lighthouses may maybe mtl mtlbe maybe
be established ta t warn the aviator avi tor of ofdangers ofdangers ofdangers1
dangers > to be avoided such as high highbuildings l1ighbuildings highbuildings
buildings or treacherous air ir currents currentsPossibly currentsPossibly currentsPossibly
Possibly attached to these will be air aircraft aircrdt aircraft
craft manned by skilled aviators ready readyto rC8djto
to dart out to the rescue of other air airships airships airships ¬
ships in need of help A decade hence hencewe 1aericewe
we may read of the wireless being used usedby uledby usedby
by an aerial liner crippled and Bd in indanger indauger indanger
danger to call 1l to its it help the nearest nearestaerial nearestaeriAl nearestaerial
aerial lifesaving IifesaY JIg IN soips ips and remove its itspassengers itsplEcngers itspaengers
passengers to safety safetyNow safetJNo safetyNow
Now No Special Attorney Stlmson has hasrevealed hasrevealed u urevealed
revealed to the court in the Sugar Sugartrust Suprtrust Sugartrust
trust prosecutions pro uUO 8 4n New Ne York that thata
a new ne kind of weighing fraud has hasbeen hagbeen hasbeen
been introduced by the sugar Inter Interests Interefits interests ¬
ests This waa dune it is charged chargedalmost ehrgedAlmo dtargedalmost
almost t as soon ac the oviglnal frauds fraudsin
in weighing were stamped out and andthe audthe andthe
the checkers removed resnove It is up to the theGovernment tbeGovernment theGovernment
Government to put its foot down hard hardenough hanlenough hardenough
enough in this matter so the th Sugar Sugartrust Sugartrust Sugartrust
trust will have no longer any doubt doubtabout doubtabout doubtabout
about its earnestness earnestnessThe earneetft earneetftTbe earneetnesaThe
The House Hou has at last passed the thepostal themetal thepostal
postal savings vinp bank bill The mean measiirs meuU8 meaniltS
iirs will go o to conference and before beforethe beroretlUt beforethe
the adjournment of Congrfeds Co T there therewill therewill therewill
will be legislation on this Important Importantquestion Importantquestion importantquestion
question It has taken long years of ofagitation ofagitation ofagitation
agitation to bring it about but It has hascome baAIcome hascome
come tlnally It ought to result In Inlargely IRlargely Inlargely
largely increasing lnerea tng the savings vlngs of 5 the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American people peopleIt peepleIt
It is i a pLty that some me designing designingperson deelgnlngpIIH designingperson
person imposed on the innocence of ofthose ottbOlle ofthose
those surgeons assembled qut at St StLouis SLLouis ScLouis
Louis who were ere compelled to witn witnthe wlUlthe witness witnessthe
the performance of a seneatie seneatiedance sensatIea1 sensatIea1dance tl4HIfl tl4HIfldUee
dance without warning as to the theture thet n nthre
ture t r8 ot the entertainment Let Let the themiscreant themieeretlnt themiscreant
miscreant who misled JI the arrange arrangements ar ar1Jenta arran arranmenu ¬
menu committee be found and pun JNMtehed paaIe punished
tehed tehedFormer Ie ishedForner bed bedFor
Former M r Representative Powers says it itis itIs itIs
is not possible to stay tay in Congress and andkeen andJt andkeen
keen Jt eP a good moral character He oucht ouchtto
to t l know He stayed there a long Ion time timeA timeA
A corset t importer has been lined in inNov inNoi InNow
Nov York This Th Is surprisinic IIU coneMer coueldern coneMerinr r rI
inr I n the close attention corset dealers pay P7to payto i ito
to matters of form formThe formThe formThe
The colonel took a long loBeJ ea tnunn In InlOnrtand hiinglnd
lOnrtand J yesterday YMt y but as Jimmy Sloan Sloanwas SloanW1UI 3oajjswan
was not along It hardly scorned like old oldtimes oldtimes j
times timesMr timesMr
Mr Ir Burton Harrison and Mr GtKonl GtKonlPindx GtaonlPtDCbot GUfordPInbot
Pindx will probably form the Union UnionFor UJdonFor UnionFor
For Not Visiting the White House HouseThe HGuIIeThe HessThe
The aero is aaoFoachlnKT a AtnJr the ante aut as a adeathdeaHotr adeathdNHoc adeMhdeauz
deathdeaHotr machine Iae It killed a we woman weman weman ¬
man In Emriand yesterday yesterdayWith y yesterdaywj terdayWith
With wj the sa an saflta tnr of Roosevelt today t it itmar itmay itmay
may be said that there t is now a a big bignoise OknoI5e bIgnoise
noise on oath the waters watersThat WIltKLThat wateesThat
That Limerick counte in I trouble te the thecourts thecourts
courts might write lampoons on matri matrimony IIItrIlDOft matsIlnony ¬
mony monyAnd lDOft lDOftADd lnonyAnd
And the White Hots H Ho has is a movement movementfor
for f the conservation of its welcome on onthe onthe onthe
the mat matThese matTh maLThese
These Th e are the raw raw1uDe June days daysCOMMERCE dayiCOMMERCE n nCOMMERCE i
An unusually large attendance is ex expected expected oxpeeled ¬
pected at the re reular ular monthly meeting meetingof
of the Chamber of Commerce to be held heldnext heldnext heldnext
next Tuesday night This meeting will willbe w willbe l lbe
be the last one of the season and the thebody thebody thebody
body will not be called together t ether again againfor aIntor againfor
for two or three months therefore It it is isanticipated 18anticipated isanticipated
anticipated that the session will be a alively alively alively
lively and interesting one oneDuring oneDuring oneDuring
During the summer months the mem membvs membs mombs
bs will m be expected to renew their the r ef efforts efforts offorts ¬
forts of last year in increasing the themembership theIrembenlhlp themembership
membership of the Chamber President
Gude will bring this question up Tues Tuesday Toesday ¬
day night nl t He wants to see the Cham Chamber Chamber Chainher ¬
ber each the 1000 mark markVETERANSHOLD markVETERANSftIOLD markVETERANSAIOLD
With an address of welcome by Capt CaptJames CptJames
James F Oyster the National Bines BinesVeterans RUI RUIterans RifiesVeterans
Veterans terans of he District held their an anmial annual annual
nual banquet at Freunds last night nightSpeeches nightSpeeches night3peeches
Speeches and battle songs formed the themajor themajor themajor
major part of the entertainment which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was participated In by more than KM KMof MOor 1410of
of th tht1 old soldiers The tot stmaster pro proposed roposed ro ropoSed ¬
posed the toast The President Pre ldent of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and called upon James JamesA
A Sample of the Treasury Department Departmentto
to respond respondOthers respondOthers respondOthers
Others who responded to toasts were wereLieut wereLleut wereLieut
Lieut Joseph C Co Manson Henry K KSimpson KSlmpttOn KSimpson
Simpson Frederick FrederSckL L Sidons Capt CaptJohn C captJohn pt ptJohn
John B Randolph Jackson H Ralston RalstonEdward RalstonEdwud RalstonEdward
Edward P Harrington Edward S Bail Bailey Bailey Balley ¬
ey Col Glendie B Young Youul Lieut Willis WillisB
B Magruder and Capt John T Clem Clements Clements Cleatents ¬
ents entsI entsr
I r Whats on the Program in I
Washington WashingtonY Wasf tigton
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Central High h School Exhibition of ofi
a i ir ving Vifl and color work workPur workPtrt weekPtrt
Ptrt mance at Y M C A A by Boys BoysMln BoSl1In BoysMItt
MItt rebs rebsEntertainment rehlEnterwnment reisEntertdflmeflt
Entertainment by b Curtis School pupils pupilsat
at Western High School for benefit of ofplaygrounds oflaygrouDd ofIaygrOufld1
playgrounds 8 p m mAmusements IlLAmuseme inAmusenierts
Amusements AmusementsNational Amuseme AmuseniertsNatjoualFaust ts tsNatJooa1FaUtlt
National NatJooa1FaUtlt Faust 815 p m mColumbia atBelascoLIttIe
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The Times will be pleased to announce announcemeatiags announcemeati3g8 announcemeatlags
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I r In the Mail Bag BagMexican Bail BailMexican BagMexican
Mexican Civilization CivilizationTo
To the Editor of The Washington Times TimesThere TimesThere TimesThere
There Is a pronounced tendency of oflate orlate oflate
late among a certain class e of near noarholars nearA neariolars
A holars and sensational writers to de describe de des dentibe ¬
scribe s < lbe the people of Mexico South SouthAmerica SouthAmorlca SouthAmerica
America and the Philippines as being beingIgnorant bolnSIgnorant beingignorant
Ignorant and immoral and greatly In Inneed Inneed Inneed
need of our sublime AmerloanChrla AmerloanChrlaUan
Uan civilizing aid One prominent yel yellow yellow yetIow ¬
low writer Is conducting a a series of ofmodern otmodem ofmodern
modern Arabian Night fables on the thssubject th6subject thesubject
subject subjectHas subjectHas subjectHas
Has It over occurreJ to these mis misguided mlebUJded misguided ¬
guided charity charU workers that the United UnitedStates UnitedState UnitedStates
States today is the mst immoral the themost themost themost
most criminal and the most degener degenerate ¬
ate of all the nations on earth and andthat andthat andthat
that this can be demonstrated beyond beyondall beondall
all possibility po of contradiction by na national naUonal astional
tional statistics Divorce legalized legalizedadultery legallzet1aduUer legalizedadultery
adultery aduUer white slave traffic murder murderrace murderrace murderrace
race suilde aul lde political graft and a crim criminal crimIsai ¬
inal law system that even President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft has declared a a disgrace di to tocivilization toclvillzatlontheee toclviilzatlotheae
civilization clvillzatlontheee these terrible evils evil flour nourish fiourI flourInk ¬
Ink in our own country while they are arepractically arepractkaUy arepractically
practically unknown in Mexico South SouthAmerica SouthAmerle SouthAmerica
America and the Philippines PhilippinesJCo
JCo other natkm In the world has a asystem aaratem asystem
system of marriage JRfIITJ ge and unmarriage like liketo liketo liketo
to ours It is 1 becoming b C mlng largely a mat matter matt mattei ¬
ter t of experiment not only with 1th the theupper theupper theupper
upper ten but with the lower thou thousands thouands thetisaads ¬
ands and as a result statistics > show showthat ahowtbat showthat
that one on in every eight marriages in inthe Inthe Inthe
the United States ends in the divorce divorcecourts divorcert divorceconrt
courts rt while the subject of matrimony matrimonyitself matrimonyIUelt matrimonyitself
itself has Become matter for musical musicalcomedy mualcalctmedY musicalCCmed
comedy plots and minstrel jests Such Suchdeplorable SUcltepIorabie Suchdeplorable
deplorable conditions do not exist in inMexico InMexico InMexico
Mexico South America and the Philip Philippines Philippines Philippines ¬
pines pinesAs pinesAs pinesAs
As regards crime w we lead aH the thenations tMJtt1oM thenations
nations of the world The World To Today Today Today ¬
day in a recent summing up shows boWIIthat showsthat j jthat
that 1VQDO 1 persons in this country are aremurdered aNmurdered aremurdered
murdered every yer y yeshot ot shot strangled strangledpoisoned 8traasJed 8traasJedpoI strsnIedpoisoned
poisoned poI stabbed > or beaten with a aclub acl aclub
club cl b or sandbag Also that there therefour are arefour arefour
four and a half times as many mur murders murders murders ¬
ders for every million of our population populationtoday JOPUIatlOfttodar JOPII1tioUtoday
today as there were twenty years ago agowhich agowhich affOwhich
which dw does not look like ilk press r in incivilization Incivilization incivilization
civilization and that we have more morehomicides morehomicldH snorehomicides
homicides every y year ar than Italy Ausj Ausjtria Au Autria
tria 11 France Belgium England Ireland IrelandScotland Ire1aodSeotlard IrelandScotland
Scotland Spain Hungary Holland and andGermany andGrmU1Y andGermany
Germany combined combinedAfter combinedAfter combinedAfter
After all charity begins at home and andin aa4In andin
in matters of genuine civilisation and andgenuine andJrenulne andgenuine
genuine morality it seems evident that thatour thatour thatour
our friends In Mexico South America Americaand AmerteaaDd Americaand
and the Philippines have a long lon start startor startUf startus
or uf Wouldnt it be a good Idea IdeaeaU to tocall tocall
call upon the people of these fb countries countriesto
to send missionaries J to the tb United UnitedLincoln UnitedState UnitedStates
State to lead u to civIlization civIlizationFRACIS chiilzatlon7RANCIS
Lincoln Tower TowerTo
To UM KMtor 5Itor e f Tb The WMhmgtea Times TlmwThe l1IaeTIN TimesThe
The air to fun of suggestions a and prom promises prommae ¬
mae of good intentions on the part of pa patriots patrIotIiI patriots ¬
triots of the civil war oar period and later laterthat Jatertbat laterthat
that a memorial be bunt to the memory memoryof
of the gratjdest Jde product of free Zr America AmericaAbraham AJIMricaDraham AmericaAbraham
Abraham Lincoln LincolnJ LineOhLMow UneohNew
J Mow ow my object m In writing this letter Mtt Mttto is isto Isto
to place before you a hint whIch is con considered coneIcIerM considesed ¬
sidered to be founded on good ground groundIt
It to that while France to a compara comparatively eOIlQMU1ltlnly comparatively ¬
tively short nntion she baa the th highest higheststeel higheststeel t teel
steel eel projection In the world the Eiffel EiffelTower EUreiTower EtifelTower
Tower m In Parts P 97 tiS feet Why then thencannot theacaDDOt thencannot
cannot the United States the possessor possessorof
of unlimited steel erect o OR the Fort Fortbe FortXYeI Fortyei
XYeI yei Bet Heights tt a tower 1 iIli feet high to tonamed tobe
be named T The o Lincoln Tower Yours loursH Yours YoursIi YoursCapital
H Ii xi xiCapital H > N
Capital Tales TalesGore Talesore
Gore ore Outwits Burton BurtonQOiCE BurtonCOXE
< QOiCE day remarked Senator Brad Bradley Bnui18y Bradlay
SOXE lay of Kentucky the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Senate will 1U wake up to the fact factthat factthat factthat
that in the parson of Senator Thomas ThomasP
P Gore Wf W have av an extremely live livewire llYewke livewire
wire wireThe wireThe
The remark was apropos of a friend friendly frlendIy friendly ¬
ly turn doie the Kentucky Senator by bythe bythe b bthe
the blind Senator S nator from Oklahoma Son Senator SeDator Sonatoe ¬
ator Burton of Ohio formerly chair chairman chalrJftan chairsean ¬
man of the House Committee on Os Rivers Riversand Rivvsand Riversnd
and nd Harbors nan u carrying on his war warfare warfare warfare ¬
fare against the rivers r1i tm and harbors ap appropriation appropciatlon appropriatbon ¬
propriation bit Jt 1t t became known that thathe thatbe thathe
he disapproved of an n appropriation for forthe torthe forthe
the Green river In Kentucky and In Intended Intended Intended ¬
tended to offer an amendment making a amaterial amaterial amaterial
material reduction in the appropriation appropriationSenator appropriaUGftSenalOr appropriationnetor
Senator netor Bradley Brad1e was fearful that the theBurton theBurton theBarton
Burton amendment might carry and he hewas hewas hewas
was expressing tng nts fears to Senator SenatorGore SenatorGore SenatorGore
Gore GoreIJot
GoreLet Let me take care of this matter for foryou for3OUo forou
3OUo you ou remarked the blind Senator Just uJustlet Justlet Justlet
let me know on what page p ae your ap apI appropriation appropriation
I propriation appears and I will 111 get It Itthrough ittbrourh itthrough
through without any trouble troubleWhen trOubleWhen troubleWhen
When pe page e sixtythree of the bill was wasreached wasreAched wasreached
reached Senator Bradley informed Sen Senator Senator Seaabr ¬
ator Gore that the reading clerk was wasgetting wasgetting wasgettIng
getting close to the danger line Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Gore promptly edged his chair over overto overto overto
to that occupied by Senator Burton Burtonwho Burtonwho Burtonwho
who was following folk > ing the reading closely closelyIf
If the Senator from Ohio has a weak weakness we6kne86 weakflees ¬
ness itIs It Js his fondness to discuss di c ro the theclassics thec1nssks theclassics
classics Senator Gore appreciated this thisfact thistact thisfact
fact and In a moment or two ho made madesome madesome madesome
some statements which Senator Burton Burtonregarded Burtonresarded Burtonregarded
regarded as such startling outrages on onthe onthe onthe
the purity of literature that he promptly promptlyset
set about to convert nvert his colleague Sen Senator senater en enator ¬
ator Gore persisted that ne was cor correct correct correel ¬
rect while Senator Burton continued continuedzealously continuedzealously continuedzealously
zealously to convince him of his error errorIn errorIn errorIn
In the meantime the reading clerk clerkreached clerkreached clerkreached
reached the paragraph dealing deallr with the tneGreen theGreen theGreen
Green river ri r appropriation appropriationIs
Is there objection 1 Vice President PresidentSherman PresidentSbermen PresidentSherman
Sherman asked quietly The Chair Chairnoars Chairnoars Chairnears
noars none The clerk will read readWhen readen readThen
When en the clerk reached page sixty sixtysix sixtyalt sixtynix
six Senator Gore admitted that he had hadoeen battDeen haaneen
oeen grievously in error ansi Senator SenatorBurton SenatorBurton SenatorBurton
Burton turned to the bill in front of ofhim o oblm ofhim
him himWhat
What page are we on oaT T he asked askedPage askeduPate askedPage
Page sixtysir replied the th Vice VicePresident Vice VicePresident VicePresident
President PresidentBut PresidentuBut PresidentBut
uBut But protested Senator Burton Ihad I Ihad Ihad
had an amendment to a paragraph on onpage onpage onpage
page sixtythree sixtythreeAll sltt three threeAll
All paragraphs porag hs on page sixtythree sixtythreewere
were agreed to announced the Vice VicePresident VIcePresident VscePresident
President PresidentSenator PresidentSenator PresidentSenator
Senator Burton looked reproachfully reproachfullyat
at Senator Gore but the statesman from fromOklahoma fromOklahoma fromOklahoma
Oklahoma of course course did didnot not see S e him himI himNorris hintNorris
Norris Little Sermon SermonTNSURGENCY SermonIKSURGENCY SermoiiTNSLGENCY
TNSURGENCY IKSURGENCY TNSLGENCY is a disorder dl of th thblood
1 I blood and wherf it gets into the sys system system systern ¬
tem it Is apt to break out at the most mostunexpected mostnneq mo5tunexpected
unexpected nneq cted times Last Sunday it broke brokeout brokeout te teout
out on a street car on the fashionable fashionableConnecticut fashionableConnectlcut fashionableConnecticut
Connecticut avenue line and nearly nearlyruined nearlYruined nearlyruined
ruined the th days devotion of a whole wholecar whelecar wholecar
car load of people peopleRepresentative peepleRepre peopleRepresentative
Representative Repre entathe Norris of Nebraska Nebraskaleader NobraskaItadcr Nebraskaleader
leader of the House Insursents In5r 1nzurgentswa nt5 yaa on
Japanese Visitors Entertained EntertainedBy
By Secretary and Mrs Meyer MeyerTheir
Their Imperial Highnesses Prince and Princess Fushimi FushimiHonor FushimiHonor FushimiHonor
Honor Guests at Luncheo non n on Board the Mayflower MayfloverTrip MayflowerTrip MayflowerTrip
Trip to Mt Vernon Fololws
The Secretary of the Navy and Mrs MrsMeyer Mrs1 rs I Icycr
Meyer cycr gave a luncheon en n board the theMayflower thisMayflower I
Mayflower May owor today in compliment to the thedistinguished thedl8tlnguiefted thedistinguished
distinguished Japanese visitors vt their thatrimperial thfllrImperial theirimperial
imperial highnesses Prince and Prin Princess Prlnce Princees ¬
cess ce s Fushhnl who are spending a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days in Washington After At luneheoa luneheoathe IUBehe8the iunehoathe
the party made the trip down the rivet rivetto rivetto riverto
to ML It Vernon and 00 back backAmong badeAmong backAmong
Among the guests ue tS invited to meet meetth meetthE meetth
thE th < prlnee prn and princess were the Jap Japanese Japanese Japenese ¬
anese Ambassador and Baroness Uchi Uchida Uchida Uchida
da the Secretary of War members of ofthe 01the ofthe i
the party traveling with the guests of ofhonor ofhonor ofhonor
honor including lneludln Mme 1me Hashiguchl Hashiguchlladyinwaiting H HanhiguehiladyInwaiting cbl cblladyInwaiting
ladyinwaiting to the princess Lieuten Lieutenant UeutenI UeutenIant Lisutenant ¬
ant Commander Kiyokama aidede aidedecamp aidedecamp aidedocamp ¬
camp to the prince and Mr Tacaka Tacakamaster Tarakamilter Tacakamaster
master of the household the counselor counselorof
of the Embassy Emba sy and Mme Matsui MatsuiCommander
Commander Hirasa naval attache attacheLieutenant attacheLIeutenant attacheLieutenant
Lieutenant Colonel Tanaka military at attacreMrHanihara attact attacle
tacreMrHanihara tact tacle e 11 Han1bara Mr Takahashi bl blXr and andMr andMr
Mr Dsaki secretaries of the embassy embassythe y ythe
the Assistant Secretary of o State and andMrs DelMrs andMrs
Mrs Huntington Wilson Capt and andMrs aDdIra andMrs
Mrs Templin M Potts the Misses MissesMeyer KiNese7er MissesMeyer
Meyer e7er and nd Commander Andrews AJHlre naval navalaide naT1aide navalaide
aide ti t the Secretary Secretazy SecretazyIIL SecretaryMrs j jMrs
Mrs IIL Chamberlain Chamber wife Ue of Senator SenatorGeorge SenatorGeorge I IGeorg
George K Chamberlain < of Portland PortlandOre POrtlandOre
Ore will close her house on Q street streetabout streetaboat Streetabout
about July Tul 1 and accompanied by her herfamily herfamily II
family will go to Caproa Springs for forthe forthe forthe
the summer Jluner They will be Join joined ad by b
Senator Chamberlain when Congress Congressadjourn Coneressadjours
adjourn for 01 a few weeks before COft41eMIj he re returns re retume retntna ¬
turns to Oregon OregonM OreJ Il Ilx
M x Frank O Brigga wife of C SeR Senator SeRator Seaaloe ¬
ator ariggs of Trenton N J will re remain re remain ¬
main In Washington until Congress Cr ad ¬
journs journsVice jour18Vire
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Vice President PresidentReturns PreeideatRettl1ns PresidentRetnrns
Returns Front the west WeatVice WontVice westVice
Vice President tdent Sherman returned to toWashington toW8htngton toWashington
Washington this moratns from tr an ax axtended QXteRCIed oxtended
tended Western tour tourI tourSenor
I + S SSeaor
Senor > 110 Don Luis FeMpe Carbe Car min minister mtaIRe tam tamInter ¬
IRe from Ecuador has been trans transferred traaferrecl tsaieferred ¬
ferred to Caracas and is to be sue succeeded eaceeecJecl sueceedosi ¬
ceeded here by Rafael Maria Ari Arixaga ArlR Asizaga
xaga The minister and his large and andinteresting INIIntereRIDS andInteresting
interesting family have been bee popular popularhere popularhere popularhere
here since Bee their arrival la lHi 1 and andtheir Ddthr andtheir
their departure dep will be widely wWet re regretted rebIettecL regretted ¬
gretted bIettecLTIN
+ S t
The counselor of the British em embassy 611IbeMy embass ¬
bassy bass Alfred Mitchell ILJMS aes has gone gODeto goneto goneto
to Buffalo Bu < alo an and Canada and wiU m sail sailJune anAlJuno 11 11Jae
June 23 2 to spend the remainder r of ofthe ofthe
the summer abroad abroadMrs abroadMrs r rXra
Mrs R S S Rhett Rhett who spent the thespring thespring
spring in Washington Whtn ton has gone ODe to toewport
Newport ewport where she will spend the thesummer the8ummer thesummer
summer with her mother Mrs Clin Clinton Cliiiton ¬
ton Gray GrayMrs GrayKra asarMrs
Mrs Schroeder wife wile of Rear Admiral AdmiralS AcdraltoR AdmiralSeatosi
Seatosi S ton Schroeder U S X eonunander eonunanderof no4er no4eror
of the Atlantic fleet has Joined her herdaughter herdaUI herdaughter
daughter daUI Mrs M K Johnson wife wifeof wifeof ie ieor
of Dr M K Johnson U S s AT at iheJr iheJrsummer dteIrhome diefranunmet
summer home at Jamestown Jamestowni J JXr
Mr and Mrs Arnold A Rg BA1tM e have haveclosed hMeclosed haveclosed
closed their Washtagto W resMence and andhv andh
hv bP h gone to New Ne port for the theMIS theMrs ater aterMrs
Mrs Hitt HittLeaves BittLeaves
Leaves f fr r Newport NewpertMr NewportMssc rt rtXnt
Mr Xnt Reynolds Hilt wife lfe of the min minister mliilater ¬ 1
later to o Panama who bo has been visiting visitingMrs visitingMrs WttDcXtL
Mrs R R S It HUt at the hitters hand handsome aadDeW handsome ¬
some new residence r on Dupont Circle Circlehas CtreMbas Girdshas
has gone to Newport N for or the theXrtL summer summerMrs summerMrs
Mrs Howell wife of Representative RepresentativeJoseph R RepresentativeJoseph ttIve ttIveJoeeph
Joseph Howell of Logan Utah has hasclosed hastheir hasclosed
closed their apartment in the Champlain Champlainarid
arid accompanied by their children left lettashtairton eUa leftaahbsgton
ashtairton a several days ago for their theirhome theirbome theirhome
home Representative Howell has taken takenan takenan takenan
an apartment at Congress ConK Hall until untilCongress untill0 untilCongress
Congress IPeU adjourns when he will join Jotahis joinhis
h his family familyMajor amUyXaJor familyMajor
Major and Mrs Pierre C Stevens will wttldose willeIo willdose
dose their residence re nee on Jefferson on onabout place placeabout placeabout
about the first of July and so to Get Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg ¬
tysburg where here they will spend the themonth theMonth themonth
month of July Major ajor Stevens has been beenordered beeurecI beenordered
ordered recI to duty at Gettysburg
Miss Marie Stevens will leave Wash Washington W WIDcton Wasnliigton ¬
ington soon for a saris > of visits la the theNew tiNNew theNew
New England States Statesj StatesMrs Stat
j of ofMrs 1 1Jlrs
Mrs Mrs William Belden Bek en Noble wit dose
her N street residence re8 e within a few fewwill
days and go to Fort Myor yer where Me shewill
will tll spend the summer with her son soninlaw aoeInaw
inlaw jaw and daughter Lieutenant and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Sherman ShennanMiss Miles MilesMtes M1IoMiss
Miss Mae Pow Po Power r who who ha by been spend ¬
ing a fortnight fortn tbt in New YorkwMi York will re ¬
turn to Washm Waah Wshhngtoi toB within a fiew tewMrs days daysMrs daysMrs
Mrs Mills MillsTo MillTo MillsTo
To Sail for Europe EHrepeMrs EuropeXrs EuropeMrs
Mrs Harrtegtot Mills and her children childrenwill cldWreawD1 childrenwill
will leave Washington Waah today for New NewYork N NTork NewYork
York from where > the > will sail tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row for Europe Eu lrope to spend td the tbeXht summer summerMfass summerMiss
Miss Garrard daughter d U bter of oCand Colonel Coloneland Coloeland
and Mrs Garrard has gone to Old Point Pointfor Pointr Pointfor
for r a stay eta of several I weeks weeksI weekMr weeksMr
I 9 9Mr
Mr and Mrs Abner Abfter C P Shoemaker Shoemakerhave Shoemakerhave Shoemakerhave
have returned to Washington after
a car when there entered a whitehaired whitehairedwoman whitehairedwoman bitebalre41woman
woman a stalwart young farmer of ofthirty ofthirty ofthirty
thirty and a stylishly h1y clad young woman woman wom woman ¬
an about the same age The conversa conversation cohYecsUon cohversation ¬
tion soon made it apparent that the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young man man and his mother were from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the farm visiting Washington for the thefirst t thefuat e efirst
first time The young woman was the thesister theslater thesister
sister of the youn man The man was wasstarting wasstartln wasstarting
starting startln for home leaving his mother motherto
to visit l8It longer longerThe onserThe longerThe
The car was crcvded dol when it came camoto cameto cameto
to a transfer tran Cer point < where wh e the young youngman you youman youngman
man was to leave hs mother and a sister stoterHe sl sisterHe I
He rose gathered up u his bag and turned turnedto
to kiss s his mother motb l The old lady stood stoodup st stoodup rod rodup
up and threw her arms around her sons sonsneck sousneck SOILSneck
neck and for two minutes delivered deliveredsome delivered8OmO deliveredseine
some last messages messagesAH messagesAIl e eAU
AH out for Union Station shouted shoutedthe shoutedtb4 shoutedthe
the conductor standing with his hand handon handOD handon
on the bell cord watching the group groupThe crouPThe groupThe
The young man stood very v mucly em embarrassed embarraMed embarrassed ¬
barrassed but with his arm around his htemothers hIo1cwtilers hisusthers
mothers waist waistBreak waiatBreak waistBreak
Break away start the car conduc conductor conductor conductee ¬
tor grumbled a silkhatted maD in inmorning inmomlBg Inmorning
morning suit who ho was accompanied by bytwo DYtwo bytwo
two fashionable women W I eD uIts Its church churchtime cburcktime churchtime
time now nowThe AOWThe nowThe
The whole car was alR amused by this thistim thisU thistime
tim U time but the old lady still st 1 poured out outparting outpartI Gistparting
parting partI admonitions All right re repeated rI rIp1M rapeated ¬
peated the conduotor and the man in inthe Inthe Inthe
the hat grumbled again againWhy qalnWhy againWhy
Why cant people do this sort ort of ofthing orthing ofthing
thing before they start to churchr 1 he hedemanded hedemanded hedemanded
demanded whereat Representative Nor Norrls Norrk Norris
rls bridled up upYoung UpYouog tipyoung
Young ro men n he said addressing c1 tie tiefarmer leluster thefarmer
farmer you yO Just take all the time me you youwan yuuwan youwan
wan saying goodby to jour mother motherYou motherYou motherYou
You dont know when you will 111 say y it itto 1tto itto
to her for the last time UmeThe timeThe timeThe
The young mans embarrassment emb ent was wasvisibly W WI wavlstbiy
I visibly Increased IncreasedAnd IncreasedAnd IncreasedI
I And Ifi 1an40 any of those people ar re so soJ 150It
It ItJ
J J 9
spending five or six mouths la laScotland Itaij ItaijScotland
Scotland and BcypC I gypc THey will wiMabiy willably J preb prebably
ably not open thotr I street r runtil rssidence rssidenceuntil e euntH
until October OctoberMr OctolierMr OctoieerMr
Mr and Mrs Frank 1 B Noyes will wfildose wtIIekNte willclone
dose their residence r rt on Vermont ave avenue avenue awenue ¬
nue at the end < of the month and andaccompanied aadaccompanied andaeconpanled
accompanied by their family will go to tothe tothe tothe
the Adirondack > for the summer Mrs MrsNoyes XISNOM MrsNoyss
NOM will lea its o Washington next week weekfor weekfor weekfor
for New York Y rk where she will meet meether meether meether
her yoCng daughter Miss Ethel Noyes Noyeswho Noyawbo Nayeswho
who has been attending tag school at Farm JIanDIncton Paresington
ington Conn ConnMrs ConnMrs CoonMrs
Mrs Taft TaftAnd TaftAnd TaftAnd
And Hiss Taft Ocettpy Box BoxMrs BoxIrs BoxMrs
Mrs Taft and Miss Helen B Taft sees occupied MCIIpied seespled ¬
pied a box at the Celumbta C Theater hwt hwtevening IutftventD iastevening
evening ftventD i iRoad for the performance el TIM TIMRoad TheReed
Road to Yesterday YesterdayTheir Ye YesterdayTheir tenlayTheIr
Their imperial highnesses Prince and andPrincess aDdPrIIteee andPruacee
Princess Fishiest of Japan 1 were the thehonor tJMhonor thehonor
honor guests of the Ambasssdor AJaba dw of ofJapan olJapan ofJapan
Japan and Baroness Uchida at dinner cJIaDert dinnerISat dinnerlast
last t evening Invited to meet them were wereMrs wereM wereMrs
Mrs M Sherman wife of the Vice Presi President PNdent Psnddent ¬
dent the Secretary of State the Secre Secretary Seertar Secretas ¬
tar tas of War the Assistant Secretary of ofState ofState
State and Mrs Huntington HUD on Wilson W the theAssistant theAss1stant
Assistant Secretary of the Nay Na iy and andMrs aDdJHekman andMrs
Mrs Beckman Winthrop the Thin As Assistant AAt Asaistant ¬
sistant t Secretary of State Chandler ChandlerHale baDcJlerHale handlerHale
Hale Mr and Mrs Charles D Norton NortonCaptain NortonCaptain NortonCaptain
Captain and Mrs M Potts Mme Haahi Haahithe Hanhiguchi
pcbS JadyInw1tinc to the princess priDeeuColonel princessColonel
Colonel and Irs Spencer CoBbY Cap Captain Captain 1
tain Batt Butt military aid to the President Preeld4Dtthe Presidentthe
the counselor of the embassy and Mine MineMatsul meKa MineMataui
Matsul ul Lieutenant Commander JCiyo JCiyoXr KIOkma Kiyohama I
kma aide aId de camp 10 the prince and aaclXr andMr
Xr Tanaka master of the household householdA
A 6 4 reception followed fO41OW the dinner the theguests thegue theguests
guests including bad about aboutofficial Jill from frenLofflc1al fromofficial
official and naval circles circlesThe circlesThe circlesThe
The embassy embu y was decorated wIt white whitethroughout wtattIns whiteiris
Ins and roses ad all allthroughout orchestra played playedthroughout
throughout the evening eveningHue ev evMia eveaa eveaaMiss
Hue Eastweed EastweedWeds EaatWHdVeda Eastwendwedg
Veda Weds John H 1L Hsfcmead HsfcmeadAnnouncement HMm HMmAJmouneemeDt HelnneadAnnouncement
Announcement te made of the theriage MU MUrla searsinge
singe e of Miss Nellie Evelyn EeIto Eastwood Eastwoodto od odto
to John H Hotmead H The wedding took tookat okplace tookplace
place Wednesday evening at I oeIoeIt oeIoeItat
at the Sacred Heart Church the pastor IUtOIthe punterthe pastorthe
the Rev Joseph F MeGee officiating officiatingin <
in the presence of a small party of ofrelatives ofrelatJv ofrelatives
relatives relatJv and friends trieDdLThe friendsThe I IThe
The bride who had as her only onI at attendant t nttendaa ¬
tendant her he sister Miss tl Alice East Eastwood Eaatwood Eastwood ¬
wood wore her traveling suit of natu natural JllLturat natnsal ¬
rat colored pongee wtth a bat of the thesame thesame
same shade and carried a abouquet shower showerbouquet showerbouquet
bouquet of C gardenias and sweet peas peasThe peaLThe pensThe
The maid of honor wore a lavender lavendercarried IaveDderaUn lavendersatin
satin gown with a large black bat hat III IIIcan1ed an4carried
carried sweet peas peasCharles peaLCbarie peasCharles
Charles Clements was best man for forMr forMr I
Mr Holmead HolmeadAn
An informal reception at the brides brideshome brideshoses e ehome
home followed the ceremony and a later laterin IateItile laterIn I
in the evening Mr and Mrs MnLCt Hfchaead Hfchaeadleft kJmeedleft
left Ct Washington W for a Northern wed wedtrtprupon weddine
dine trip trtprupon Cpoa their return they will wttlin willreside willrt1de
reside in Washington WashingtonI W WXra
I Mrs Burrows wtfe de of Senator Bur Burrows BarroWL r rTows ¬
rows who has been apisrfhir seem time timein
in Atlantic CHy baa returned r to wIt Wfcahteeton
teeton teetonin IReton1In
Mrs ADIIeDItM has desed Me w wIDctoc Wash WashInuton
in IDctoc ton residence 1 IDCe and Is to Atlantic CJtr CJtrfor Cll7foe GIsyfor
for several eral weeks weeksMiss weeksMiN weeksMiss
Miss Lena Hitchcock Httcbecdt wfll wI leave W Wm WIt WItIlWton Wungton
IlWton t tensorsOw 0 filii for a smite t YtIiM YtIiMIa risui risuiIn
m Ia Pennsylvania Penn and Maine MaineHiss daineMiss dIe dIeMils
Hiss Leepp LeappMarried LeeppMarrleil LeeppMarried
Married te R R G Jehnoen JehnoenMtoe J J1I JeheesaMiss
Miss Kathleen BushneH B1I B1Iter Leos Lsspp dwugh daughtar j jter
ter of Mr Mrdena and Mrs Francis Z Lea LeaaDd Lssppsind
aDd Reginald Davis Johnson of Pua PuacIeDa Paendana
dana Cal were married yesterday at atnoon atJtOOII atnoon
noon at the homeof borne of the bride on entesistli Six Sixteenth SlxtedltIa ¬
teenth street streetintimate aCreetOnIT streetOnly
Only a maIl family party and a few fewbaUmate fewIntimate
intimate friends attended the ceremony ceremonywhich cereIDOD cereIDODwhich ceremonywhich
which was originally planned to take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place at the summer home of the brides bridesparents 1Idde 1IddeparenD bridesparentS
parents at Tyiingham Tyri Maw MawThe JIuL1e MassThe
The bishop of Los Angeles the Jtt JttRev RtRey RiRev
Rev Joseph H Johnson father of the thebridegroom tbebridegroom thebridegroom
bridegroom was the ofttciatmg t clergy clergyman deIJII ci ciman ¬
man manLJoyd ULA manIeyd LJoyd Asptewall A of New York was wasthe wutIk wastb
the best man for Mr Johnson and the thebride tMbride thebride
bride was unattended unattendedMr unattendMr L
Mr I and Mrs Johnson will sail sail from fromNew fromNew fromNew
New York tomorrow for Burone rOpe and andafter aDdafter andafter
after October 1 they will reside hi Pam Pasadena Puaeaa PamdenChc ¬
dena denChc denChcMh CaL CaLMr CaLQ
Mr and Mrs J Mark daikBlum Blum t rf a 1M > Irv Irving InIn 1evlag ¬
lag street nortiiwest t will be at atloDday home homeMonday homeMonday
Monday June IX 13 from 4 to I and S to to1C
1C 1 in honor of the confirmation of their thenson theirson
son David DavidMr De DavidMr vtd vtdMr
Mr and Mrs WOUam WIiua Blunt Bin and son
Nathan UUI will be at home Monday even evening eftD1DIr evenlag ¬
lag June J 13 1J from 7 731 to M at 33 2 Elev Eleventh Elowoath ¬
oath street southeast southeastvisiting 808tbea8tC amtheatMrs
C C XI Mimelsdner oC New ew York Is
visiting her daughter da Mrs 1 Mark Blum Btamof BluesNoemasi
of Irving street streetXorman streetonDB
Xorman onDB Blum BInmrtioversvitie of 7Gio Gtoversvttle N r
to visiting his parents pa In this city cityDa dt7David dtyDavid
Da David d Baer 80a f ifMr f Mr and Mrs A
2 M Baeivpf BIter of M street was among the thesn theewtaDin
prisewtanlnggxnduat ewtaDin < sn 5 11 t e at George
Washington University
worried about their stag went on n Mr MrNorrte MrXoni MrNorris
Norris that they must t hurry to church churchwhy c churchwhy wch wchwhy
why they might get down oa their theirknees ekkne9S theirknees
knees right here and pray JMYAlter prayAfter
I After this th little sermon there was no nofurther DOfurther nofurther
further exhibition of o amusement amu Dt over overthe 0ftIe overthe
the e little domestic incident t The young youngmac ygtook youngman
mac took his time too tooTaylor toeTaylor tooTaylor
Taylor a Fairy FairyENATOR FairySENATOR FairyQENATOR
i Tennessee Is never BeY so hn hapy y as aswhen asheR aswhen
when heR he Is promoting a romance r1l He Hehas Hebas Hehas
has just had another opportunity to toreader I Irender
reader r such a service serviceCapt servtceCalK serviceCapt
Capt Josephus Jo Cecil U S A who Is IEa Isa Isa
a native Tennessean and a gallant sol soldier aoldies ¬
dies Is about to be married He Is en ensether engaged
gaged to a New EDcIand girl aDd to toget togethor
sether get er they planned a splendid honey honeymoon bonemoo honeymoon ¬
moon Just t about the time all this thtewas tbIwas thiswas
was announced however there came camean eBIean camean
an order from the War Department Departmentsaying DeprtmentsaytDt Departmentsaying
saying that the honeymoon would have haveto llav llavto haveto
to be cut short One month d was all allthe allthe allthe
the captain should have Ye whereas he hebad Jtehad behad
had depended upon three threeSenator threeSeRtor threeSenator
Senator Taylor heard of ofHe this case caseHe cueHe
He went to see Secretary Dickinson DIck1who DickuuoI j ji
i who Is also a Tennessean T and the tb sea Senjater sI seaater
jater ater pot the matter up to the th official ofkIaIas
las as 8 one Tennessean T to another H He ar arSUed asgued r rgued
I gued the case with the War Department Departmentand
and refused ed to take no for an Iiswer an answer auswer ¬
swer What did army ann regulations r and andrules B4ruJ an anrules
ruJ rules have hav to do with a aconteiided ease like thte thtecontended tbIIicontended
contended the Senator SenatorWhy Selt SenatorWhy tor torWhy
Why Mr Secretary you ou know the theboy the thebOy theboy
boy ought ht to have his honeymoon honeymoonjd
tiid jd the Senator Se One month Not io a abit abK abit
bit of it it He should have three months JIIOIItIIEVt montimZvuy
I Every EVt man is entitled to all the honey honeyall beoevJIIOOII boiieymesa
mesa be caB get u t ad It 18 a PIt that thatalt t tIt
all honeymoons de d not no test ss as l long < as aslIe aslife
i life lasts Come Mr Secretary lets letssuspend letsUte
I suspend the rules if there are any and andI ancIgtv andglue
I glue gtv these lovers the happiness that is isth istheirs
1 theirs th i
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1672 1672Coroners alOftIceAmoaIIt 72Coroners 72
Coroners OftIceAmoaIIt Ornce Amount isnsjfcfo to topay toJI7 topay
pay the deputy coroner eGrQlWrdurIDc tor services servicesduring 5Vica5during
during the absence of the theMM csuner in inC inCsstiaent
Csstiaent C tiage taM t and Kisc Misedlaneom Manc e eFor u Ezp Expenses ExpensesFor es esFor
For amount required to reimburse ap appropriation ap appropriatJoa apoft ¬
propriation oft miscellaneous trust fund de deposits 4Ie 4IeCNdtIs doposits ¬
posits for torUona printing ptamhtng vognla vognlatkms rIations
tkms la ms nMK DUL DULPace smePostage nMKPostage
Postage Approving the scthm of the theComnusstoners theComDwsaaonera theCounmtssionera
Comnusstoners in purchasing postage postagefor postagefor e etor
for official mall matter from the emer emergency erPDCY emergenry ¬
gency fund fua J1SW J1SWJudicial 1IaucUeiaJ UMtJudicial
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K to UK 15iCohDers l lCoheners WL WLCoroners
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and 1101 15 15Geo4raJ llo lloGeneral
General advertising a 1M SB sa in BIt 19WW273 1M BIts
W273 s in ISff a H4 in DM 11 UM UMDamages lo II IItio
Damages IMS tio om omPrinting 2tt 2ttPrinting
Printing police polleelJDproveJDe1118 regulations re HML HMLal 5Limprovements
improvements and BeIJahLAMIdon BeIJahLAMIdona1
al amount required for current wwcfc of ofstreets otrepat ofrepairs
repairs OIl count county r 84 84etreeta milurhan milurhanstreet
streets WOT JIfnNIehoIa JS9 JS9Nichols l lNichols
Nichols avenue A Anaeosda i irepairs aIen to torepaira torepairs
repairs and grade IS02 JII1 C CCondemnation 4 4Condemnation 4Condemnation
Condemnation addition for con condemnation conclemnatton condemnatlon ¬
demnation of streets road mad al alleys lIe aiIeys ¬
leys Ie 1945 It 7 711 711a 7L53Aseessmeat S Stton
a ad permit work addi addition addiUon
tton in IlK 2L7 2L7Cancellation 31J7CallceUat1oIa 21iGancetlation
Cancellation of certain special as asseesments asta aaseenments
seesments ta refund IMS I H7S H7SExteMwa 1i11Ext 1LTZExtenelen
ExteMwa Ext if f Street and Ave A AAlbemarle Avenues AvenuesAibemsrie es esAlbenuurle
Albenuurle street 1M7 1 7 nS1 nS1Widenbatf 3ST 3STWidening 32 7 7Widening
Widening section of Columbia COh road roadeast roadeat roadeast
east of Sixteenth street S eet 1M7 2 6 6Extenioa 251 251Extension 5 5Uxtenqion
Extension of Hsxvaz street 107 107C 107Kenyon MiC MiKenyon ThO ThOsee
C see C
Kenyon street northwest 1907 1907Second no noleI
leI 1055Second
Second street northwest and rlstreet W Wstreet Wstreet
street W7 W7Exteasion 557 557Extension C7 C7Extension
Extension of T street 147 SC 1555 1555Extension Ii IiEne S SExtension
Extension Ene of nineteenth tIa street rwea 19O5 19O5ICM 1105S1G 1005Extension
ICM ICMExtension
Extension of Twentythird street street1S
1S 1 144 4 S52tf S52tfOpening S Spenlhtf 55iOpening
Opening of connecting eoa highways highwaysZoological waJS7A higbwaysZoological
Zoological 7A logical Park 19 IH4 + 1 973W 973WExtension 71 71ExteDSion 7250Extendon
Extension of M street M5 BItConnecting JCTA JCTAConnecting zaConaeetiDc
Connecting Sixteenth th street with Bock BockCreek BockCreek RockOek
Creek Park 1997 1007215 1007215Purchase SIS SISPurchase 115Purehae
Purchase of land Government G t reserva reservations renaos rssssvadons ¬
dons 19W 10 10SOWOTAddItIOIs1 lie lieSewenA c cSewers
Sewers SewenA SOWOTAddItIOIs1 Additional for Jtsshig and re repairing r rpajriaIJ repairing ¬
pairing sewers and basins hi BHL BkFor aq aqFoe
Foe cleaning aDd repairing awer and andharfng andba andbasins
basins to remain available valla Me until nailpended ex expended expeDde4 ¬
pended O a UPabile C CPvUic
PvUic CoHveaieiKe cveaie e Stations StationsAuthority StatieMA1Ithorit StaomAuthority
Authority A1Ithorit granted in the District of ofColumbia otCohambia ofColumbia
Columbia appropriation act for 0n for forthe fortbe forthe
the construction of a public convenience conveniencestation conveniencestation I nC nCGII
station on the triangle west of Dupont DupontCirekv DapontCIrdo DupontCbde
Cirekv between Twentieth eth and P streets streetsand stRetsaDd streetsand
and Massachusetts bu etD avenue avee to revoked revokedand revokedand oktd oktdt
and the Conunissionere eo I authorised to tft en enter entee ¬
tee into a supplemental agreement pro providteg pr prvIdtss prowistung >
vidteg for the abandonment of further furtherwork furtherwCNk furtherwoc
work woc of construction for removing con construction oonstrae constructiost ¬
struction work beady done and for re restoring r rstorIDc restoring ¬
storing the triangle e to its original o state statei 8tateIDelu stateincluding
i Including the purchase from the contrac eoaUactor centsactor
1 tor in the Commissioners discretion c1iscretJoaIII4ltertals of ofmaterials f fmaterials
materials intended for the construction constructionof
of the station which may be used other otherwise oth etherwise r rIt ¬
wise It te further provided that the theJDa re remaining remaunung ¬
maining appropriation for tIM erection erectionof ri riof
of this station shall be covered half im imthe Intthe ln lnthe < > >
the Federal and half brttf the District Districttreasury DIstricttreasur Districttressury
treasury treasurySimilar treasurSimilar tressurySUnIlsi
Similar action is authorised with re respect roe roespeet reupset ¬
upset to the public convenience station stationauthorized stattonautbolUed stationauthorized
authorized to be erected d under the side arfdewsJk sidewaJk sidewaa
wsJk on > n the east side of Ninth street streetnorthwest lItreetDOrtbwest streetnorthwest
northwest between F and G streets streetsThe atreetsThe eets eetsThe
The appropriation appn for this purpose Is to tobe tobe tobe
be covered Into the Treasury of 1 the theUnited therafted theUnIted
United States and the treasury o Of the theDistrict theDIstrict theDistrict
District te the same manner mannerElectrical manDeIElectrical mannerfleetsteal
Electrical Departnn epartmPDtAddItIea nt Addition gen general general generaI ¬
eral supplies 19M 1856 JAiL Additional Additionalstreet AddIdonaistreet AddItionalstreet
street lighting Iitfbt Dtf 1M 1 3K 34JMBuildings JU8J JU8JBttfldiags 3KDaiWiap
Buildings art Grounds GrwtaicPnbttc GrwaiLPublle GroundsPublic
Public Schools SchoolsFurtber Further improvements improvementsand 1mh tS tSAd
and extension of the Western High HighSchool HighSchool HighSchool
School including four additional room roomtoilet 1OOI11ttoilet scometoilet
toilet room retaining walto wall and the en enlargement eRIaqemeDt enlargement ¬
largement of lunch room drill ban ball and andassembly andS8eIIIbIy andiby
assembly iby hall and improvements Impl OlremeatS ther therws tberID therin
ID in aDd for Increasing tile nine of tt ttW the thewindows
W windows ws In the east front oC the presert presertto PftS pronertbuilding t tbaDcIintf
building for additional UdIt lightto to clau elaIOOIDSo c1ascoma a arooms
rooms to continue available during fis fiscal 1 1caI fiscai ¬
caI year ear 1911 tMMa tMMaInstruction 40111 40111Instruction
Instruction of Indigent BUnd Chfldrri ChfldrriAdditional CIiIIIdrf1AddttloDaJ GbildretAdditional
Additional for the instruction of in indigent IrclipDt frdigent ¬
digent blind children child of the District DiatrictColumbia If IfColambia > f fColumbia
Columbia in Maryland or some oth othState othaDder otiStale
State under contract J9M J9MReformatory DeRefenutery 11 0041 0041Refnniatry
Reformatory and Workhouse WstkhsutcIn e1Ja
In connection with removal of e jail anl anlof 3 nl nlWOI1thMIee niworkhome
WOI1thMIee prisoners troIII District DletrictoC
of Columbia to the sites alt for a work ¬
house and reformatory refoiinatoryVirginia rel ory or orVIr1 orVirginia
Virginia V3MM S This paragraph also alsoauthorises alsoa1lt alsoauthorises
a1lt authorises the Commtostonetn 0 11 C filS to ap appoint a apobIt a2point ¬
point a superintendent for each institu institution ill dtuOII tastitudon ¬
don Another provision anthortaes the theSupreme theSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Court of the District the At Attorney AttorDe AttOner ¬
torney tOner General and that warden muueu of eCDIstrict th thDistrict the theDistrict
District jail when so requested by the theDistrict theDIetJkt theDietslet
District Commissioners to deliver delIv int intthe Inttbe hitthe
the custody of these th superintend superintendents ants ir irtheir r rtlwSr rtheir
their deputies putles prisoners sentenced v vconfinement 1 1coeftDement iconrneunent
confinement in the Jail JailThe jailThe ialiThe
The Jail JaUInstal1atioa Installation of addition addttSonl1watr additioniwater i iwater
water supply system etc etcHome gTMt gTMtHome 114aHome
Home for the Aged A ecI and Infirm baAnaAd baAnaAdODal InuiresAditional Ad t ttionsJ
tionsJ for provisions etc S3CM S3CMNatiOBal 11 11Natloaal 21111National
National Training Trail School for Boys BoysAdditional BoysAd BoysAdditional
Additional Ad for maintenance mainteDDceEastern 4J 4JEastern 4111 4111Eastern
Eastern Dispensary Addition AfH f feare femergency r remergency
emergency care and treatment of frt frtvservice frteervice freservice
service to indigent patients U UTubercuIoIIIs 21511Tuberculosis 3 M MTuberculosis
Tuberculosis Hospital HO5pItaIAddtiOunI pItaIA Additional for forprovi fl flpnn ftprowltoes
provi pnn prowltoes < ons etc etcBoard SX2 SX2Board I 5Boud
Board of Childrens Gunrdhvns GuardJaasAdd GuardioAditional Adi Aditional i itional <
tional for board and care of all chfldrei chfldreicommitted cldldrtlCOIaJ dilidrecomscAtted
committed COIaJ ttecl to the guardianship of ih ihboav l lboa c cbosit <
boav boa by the courts of the Dtstrtbi DtstrtbiwitK Dtacr Dheswitit l lwith
with authority to pay m admcfcm i to the thesum th thAm thesue
sum of SUIt UW heretofore au autbor authorised a afur1 afurtt 1furl
furl cr r sum not to exceed Hjm Hjmtntoas 545 so last last1uLoas hnsttatoas
tntoas adjudged to be under sectarian sectariancontrol Uiatcoatrol a acontrol
control JTJet JTJetMilitia 1511KUtUaPay Z5 Z5MilitiaPay
Militia KUtUaPay Pay of officers and enlisted enlisteden eaU tedJMe enlistedmen
men en of Naval Battalion annual annualcruise aualcruise aal aalerui8e
cruise of 1S ISM 9 lro lroJudgments 1nsit 1nsitJ 15t804 15t804JudginentzPaymeet
Judgments J JudginentzPaymeet taPayJDellt Payment of aU JacIr JacIrmeRts jodgmeats 1 K Kicents
meats including iBela las costs as asDistrict agalant tte tteDlstrlet the theDistrict
District of Columbia set et forth i iHouse In InROUIPe inHouse
House document 9Q wtth hisses intereaThe hisses14Z3
1435 14Z3 3
Rtun ef1I Tues TuesThe TaxesThe
The Commissioners ee ot the District Districtpropriation Dllltrtetare
are autberiRd to refund troIII tM al alpcoopriatIoa z zpropriatiosa
propriation for the purpose iwposecess in the theollowbqf thefollowing
following persona tile x amounts 0 0ceu ofcena
cess fees paid by then tbe for building buildingpemits 1MIII4tDiPfJruits bdthgperritta
pemits Owen Owens Ow 1 i Ja Jaesen M L Lrasous 1 1rraoas LPasons
rasous 54 4 R Stanl y Sisssnoos Sisssnoos5r StotisS25 uJ uJ2S
5r S25 > 25TF 2S F I > McAuliffe 444 4440 Wash Washington WaahlgtO Washr ¬
ington r lgtO gtoa Gas Light Company 10 10Catherine 111Cattlen 10Catherine
Catherine M t 11 lialy ly lyNorthern UC4 UC4Son 1514iorthern
Northern Son hem Liberty Market MarketAmount MarketAmount dsatons dsatonsAmount
Amount needed 10 py y claims eIaI 20011 20011Wat 2ooo 2oooWater 20 0 0Wat
Wat Water r Depart DepeztseentCndsners DepeztseentCndsnersa Wlelltc emtCn inmlugonera inmlugoneraare nlAeN nlAeNa
refund nfIIIMIKacdondd Edith M MMacdonejd ifMacdondid
are a re autbortoed au t to te
Macdonejd J lt ecianosuoly paid for forwater forwater forwater
water rest

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