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One of tae most t ilramhrni u f the tJereeeat therceeHt tkereceat
receat poiiiieal p olitaI iagazi nia axiw e ariide rtieie tid is isthat 6that i ithat
that im i the October Outlook by United Ul ted
States Senator < JoMrtha J RD p I DoIIi DoIIiof Dsl lliv ivwr ivwrof r rof
of Fort Dodge Iowa Jow Its 1t title is The neForward TheForward Theforward
Forward Movement in i the 1MParty theParty Re l KiM KiMParty
Party and hd its text ext ia a recital recvtJthe 0 0tlte rf rfthe
the aduevenMBts aieve ts c rt KenwUieaw Repj u fic j jeurgeney iII iIIIiUrgeney jurgenev
eurgeney eurgeneyXaturaJlj IiUrgeneyXaturally urgenevXaturily
XaturaJlj Senator ScuM Dcllrar DeIIiverconsiderable sIIir 4evees 4eveesconsiderable ev tes tesconsideraMe
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41 developed under the Jradet hndeniiin 8f f Al Albert Albert Albert ¬
bert B Camming c now the ether United UnitedStates UitedStates thitedStates
States Senator from the Hawkeyt HawkeytCommoiiweaJth Hawke HawkeComJDOftweaJ HwkeyitCommoitweJth
CommoiiweaJth Senator DoiKvers D1hYSiistory
history of Iowa insurgency i y however howeverneeds ewf heweirerneeds rel rellittle
needs a little editing editingGood e4iti e4itiGood editiigGood
Good friends of pure poKcies and andclean aDdcJfaU aiwLclean
clean government oernent t will rejoice in i the thestor UtCfact thefact
fact that SO able a stt sLatewsa sLatewsaator UUI At Sett SettAor I
stor Dolliver DoIjy is now fighting hhtilt with itlt ail ailliis alllii
liis lii U5 many y energies oIier for w prograMve pr ve Re Republka tepublieaa Republicait alII
publka policies hwt at a the so same aetinj ae aetime
time they will not forget that Senator SenatorDolliver SefatoorDoUi Setat SetatlOIJier
Dolliver DoUi er did not always hold the views viewsBe viewSbt dewslie
Be holds today His conversion towverj to toinsurgency toiusulge11t7 tohas
insurgency has been recent and d like likerecent liker ikerfeent
recent r nt converts s to any any righteous riglatNtIht eanse eanselatently euse1w
ht ntlillOt eanpwj refrain fr a pr preaehjw
per perbistenUy
latently the go el vhose henoOeence henoOeencehas beIMIe beIMIehas belehas
has j jqst wt hnrst noon 1IpOII his intellect intellectSenator IIe1JectU3t UteUeCtSentr I
Senator > U3t Doer
writes of the ea eadidacy eaJt eaJtdid caitdidary
didacy did y of Mr CmmniMi c for the United Unitedr LMtedtat
f State tat SeJate Senate i iii UlOO r when w IMa the tecnt4w fete feteior Jatenator
cnt4w nator Jolla Hery Gear was elected eieetedior electedbr
ior his aecoad wd term After Aftt describing describingtlie deeribjii deeribjiithe
the tlieCummins t lie capn aisd Ute tIefeat efea c Mr MrUtllllliDS MrCuwmsio
Cummins Senator Dolliver Brakes this thisinteresting tJt tMinterestiuig s siuterestig
interesting iuterestigIt observation observationIt
It became e evident that Senator Senatorear
Gtar < Jear ear was w probably the only
man sau in lie1twa zi ziwho
I 1twa > wa who could t have ve defeated Mr Mrummins Krummins Mrummlna
< ummins In the meantime meanti te a n 1teW aewgovear w
bOerJlOr TtlS01 TtlS01wM L L wM M Shwl Shaw had been beenf
f Jected J e tecl and when shortly afterward aTterwardenator afterwardDator
> senator Gear died the question of ofappointing ofaroointi ofarointing
appointing g his sueeeosor arose rooc
Through rhrou h an amendment to the con constitution ¬
stitution providing for biennial elec
1 ions tb the Legislature Legi lalure which wbl h had c come cemenear Rt Rtj
1 j near r electing ctinjr Mr Cummins had Its Itsofficial Itooflicial
official 11C l life extended to the next rex regi
i iilar Jar session Therefore sonve one bad
to be appointed who could hold all allTle oilV
V the 1e strength that Senator Gear had
in the Legislature ture or Mr Cummins Cumminselection Cu Cue CummIasae1crtIo
election e UOll was wa sure to follow followThis ton tonThis followThis
This is where Scnatar SeJlat DolKvers DolKversarticle DoIliversartide Dolliversarticle
article bccomta intensely i ly interesting u uotc jateietjy jateietjyote
I > otc the following earefally earefallyIn carefully carefullyIn fJly 1
In volvtan lfOI fl conclave the i ievery nR r rff ofevery
every ff > ry coasnicnoas yoMic yoMicIwa blle eb1Ieiwa all in
Iwa I a was canvassed the t tan test of his hisability hisn I
ability n being bei not whether w her be had hadserved hadfned baderved
served ti tile e State fatthfalty net notivhether netvhether netwhether
whether he was prepared by InUn traIflig
lug ig or exoerience ex for the hl h hLh h of ote ace
but whether if IfappoDt appointed cl be b could
bold his own in the Legislature Jat1le al alradr alradr I
radr elected in which the strength strengtht tltren th thHC
HC t > l Mr Cummins had been fully dem demonstrated demnnslrated deannotrated ¬
onstrated The appointment appoit t of Mr Mrfuramhss Mrcummm tr trummln
furamhss ummln nraM not t considered d b 1teca 1tecae becaua ca t
7 Le e had ad oVsded ff ided and defied a power powergreater powlrgreater pewrgreater
greater than the government of t LA LAtat t1etatr e eUUtr
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t This is thin The Tb BenaMkan lead leaders JealrJS 1ea4er
ers er in Iowa Iwa actouj for the power powermentioned Htwerment powernientioned
mentioned ment Mled by Senator Dolliver lierthi lierthipower < thai thaipower tMkPOWft
power being the laitroads nu ToilronifouMd found a aman amax aman
man who wi theybelieved tIIey eovM bent t Mr Mrv MrCn MrUuuani
v Cn Uuuani ummuw ja n the LegishUwre J IncMcii IncMciitsJIy Iacjnt AtaJIy
t tally tsJIyl be was aa1I a aa qulifr f for tJe tJeb
l 1 igh 1t offcer nifre 7 bni that argoment ruswea m itt u his hisfavor Msfsor hisfavor
favor was net a mmMuuLHe mmMuuL 11IlEtltleLHewas
He Hewas was npfahitBit npfahitBitic pp iite It MpiMa MpiMahe o oj
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strength stre ia the Legislature b but t would woulcdraw woulddraw woulddraw
draw from fr lll the 1te Cummins strength also alsothat alsothat alsothat
that Mr Cummins ws was not a candi candidate candidate candidate
date against 8 st him JtimTIle himThe himThe
The name of tiiia t t5 ma maR is oraiiictfrom oraiiict omiUedfTOIM omittcdfroan
from the Outlook article For th thpurpose the thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of keeping k piHg insurgent t historj historjstraight h hietorystraight oStorystn
straight a record of it should be made madeTherefore madeTlterefwe madeTherefore
Therefore we present it herewith herewithJonathan horewithJo herewithJosiatheit
Jonathan Jo P Dolliver DolliverREAL DomcrREAL DollherREAL
REAL STREET CAR REGULA REGULATION REGULAION REGULATION
TION ION NEEDED NEEDEDTreatment NEEDEDTreatHtellt NEEDEDTreetanetat
Treatment recently recentl accorded th thpeople tRe thel thelpeoMe I Ipeople
people of the lte District Ditit ct of Columbia b bth by bytile bythe
th tile two tw local street railway com companies comp8Mies cornpeaks ¬
peaks fa as certainly sufficient sufficient evidence cvidencthat evidencett evidencethat
that the time has eorae for this com comnuuity comnuUlity cornnIul4ity
nuuity to get ct a square deal from ironthe fromtile fromthe
the concents e that enjoy c joy the prvilegi prvilegiof pril prilof
of furnishing funtkki its transportation at atprofit a apto aprallt
profit profitWhy pto pralltWhy t tWKY
Why do we wcstaadit wcstaaditLast stAJHl standit standitLast it itI
Last I winter these street ear com companies eompttieS coatpnes ¬
panies defeated a hill requiring them themto t themto cmto
to issue i interchangeable jtOlCRa eaWe transfers tra sfers and andwe andwe andwe
we s1M sulnaitted sulnaittedLast wlsuittcdLast iCII iCIILast
Last swwmcT stl1ItIB r they left their t1teiropen t1teiropencars open opencars opencars
cars in storage stont stocae e and tried to force us usto usto usto
to use hot stuffy cars We Ye protested protestedaad
aad they brought broug t forth open cars carsLast CrsLast carsLast
Last sammer they calmly announc announced announced announcod ¬
ed they t ey would equip their systems systemswith systemsith systemswith
with ith P A A Y E cars from which the theair theair theair
air is practically cut off atfront at front and andrear andrear andrear
rear We e protested and one of the thecompanies ceomp8 thccompaniesthe
companies eomp8 companiesthe iest the Capital Traction Com Company eo eop Coanpaoycha ¬
pany p paoycha yclta changed its plans It bowed bowedto
to public demand and its sew cars carswill CIwill carswill > i
will be comfortable eoatfertahteBUT eoHI comfortableBUT rtaWe rtaWeBT
BUT IT HAD TO BE FORCED BY BYPOPULAR BYPOPULAR BYPOPULAR
POPULAR PROTEST PROTE TO ADOPT ADOPTTHE ADOPTTHE ADOPTTHE
THE TYPE OF CAR ITS PATRONS PATRONSWANT PATRONSwAlT PATRONSWANT
WANT WANTThe wAlTT1te WANTThe
The ether company oomfMlDythe the Washing Washingtea Was iBg iBgteR
tea Railway and Electric Company CompanyMAS CompanyJwJtetlrd =
JwJtetlrd lane MAS heard the same protest and has haspaid Daspaid haspaid
paid not ot the slightest test heed to it it It Itbae It1aa Ithue
hue purchased a lot of new cars of ofthe oft1te ofthe
the uncomfortable objectionable type typeand typeaM typeand
and it has a lot more cowing eom It is isinstalling isjJt5tali isinstalling
installing jJt5tali them as rapidly as possible possibleaad pos s salld
and in the meantime the public suffers suffersdkeomtort 51 suffersdhcomIoct ers ersd
dkeomtort d fort and the Interstate Com Commeree cmCwieR Cornaeree
meree Commiaeioa continues ce tiBes its in investigations inest investigRti006 ¬
vestigations est t Olt6 t te determine cleten ie whether the thenew UteDeW thenew
new car should he weed or condemned condemnedAfter eeBClemaedAft eeadernaedAfter
After < the mvestigatiea Jtest t 9li has been beeaeenefafed Deeat6nd beeneeiieltiled
eenefafed t6nd eve even if the commission e9JIIJDtSStoeicIed de decided deci ¬
cided ci ed the new cars are not fit far use usewe mewe usewe
we have xe no assurance that t we caw casobtain cawobtai canobtain
obtain relief The efforts efi erts rts of the t e coat eommissieK eoRl5SieIt coatision
missieK 5SieIt t to prevent crowding ccewdi g of street streetears streetears streetcars
ears i ill Washington W have been set at atnaught at1NUI atnaught
naught 1NUI ht by a court rt decision and the theauthority tltetltority theauthority
authority tltority under 1I which it is looking lookinginto Jgekj lookinginto g gilltoo
into the P A Y E ear question fttlestieaprMidecI is isprovided isproii1ed
provided ia the same section of the thesame tIte5IUIte thesenae
same act AC under which J ell the commission commissionbrought oomllt coatanissiolibrought 55ioa 55ioa1tt
brought 1tt its crowded crow ei car prosecution prosecutionIf
If it attempts to tell the Washington WashingtonRailway VasblngtoeRailway T sM gt ttRailway
Railway and Electric Company it can cannot caAJtOt cannot ¬
not operate its new e P A Y E E cars carsor carsor carsor
or that t it must make alterations in inthem iatlteia intheist
them who w knows but what another anothercourt anothereoa Cr Creo
eo court + rt dpcfc dC en faVorable i We to the t te com comp cornpanT
p panT y Wilt ill he the result resultThe TeMlltTIle moultThe
The statute under which the Inter Interstate Intertate ¬
state Commerce Commission is given givenjNrisdietJOH gheJIjllri54lietietl giveNjurisdiction
jurisdiction ever the Washington AT 8S ItgteR street streetrailways 5trcetrailways streetrailwaYs
railways is iS beauty e uty Observe its itsprovisions itsprovisi itsprovisionS
provisions provisionsThat lt3
That every street railway company companyor
or corporation owning controlling controllingleasing controllingleasing
leasing or operating one or more morestreet morestreet morestreet
street railroads within the District Districtof Di trJct trJctColumbia
of Columbia shall en each and an all allof al1o allof
of o Its railroads supply and operate operatea
a sufficient number of cars clean cleansanitary cleansuitary
sanitary in good repair with proper properand properan properand
and an < safe power equipment appli appliances appilances ¬
ances and service comfortable and andconvenient ande andconvenient
convenient e and so operate the same sameas
IV expeditious passage not notto JtOtto notto
as 5 to give
to exceed ftfteen miles per hour h ur with within wltbIn within ¬
in the city limits or twenty miles per perhour perhour perhour
hour in i > n the suburbs to all persons personsdesirous per personsdesirous oJls
desirous of the use of said cars with without without without ¬
out rowdlng said sal car carTh cars carsTb
Th Interstate Commerce Commis Commission Commission Commission ¬
sion is hereby given power to require requirevisions requireand requireand
and compel obediencE to all the pn pnvisions pr prvisions
visions of this section and to make makealter makealthr
alter alt r amend and enforce all need needful needtul needul ¬
ful ul rules and regulations to secure securesuch securesu securesuch
for forfailure rotfalhare forfailure
such su h obedience The penalty
failure to obey obe the provisions of the thexectkm thesection
section or the regulations of the com commission commlon cornminelon ¬
mission Is a fine of 1 1 J9T for each eachday eachcJay eachday
day an offense offB is committed committedThf comnuttedJThe
The difficulty which confronts the thetraveling t tietraveling e etravcliag
traveling public of Washington is JS two twofold twofeW twofell ¬
fold First the law Ja providing proridi for the theregulation thetiott theregulation
regulation tiott of the street railways by bythe byt1te bythe
the Interstate Commerce Commission Commissionis COnm iOR iORis
is indefinite i in its provisions Sec Second Sec0MCl Seeoud ¬
ond the t e Interstate Commerce C mmerce Com Commission ComJI1i66io Cornmission ¬
mission has so much ucll work of far fargreater fareater fargreeter
greater eater importance on its hands that thatit tHatit thatit
it could never give the Washington Washingtonstreet Washingtonstreet Vashingtonstreet
street railways I1 lways the attention they need needeven JJeedeve needeven
even if it had unquestioned authority authorityto aut ority orityto
to So so soWhat so1JtAt soSVbet
What 1JtAt we need is a public utilities utilitiescommission utilitiescommission tmtieseoMlBiss
commission OM or a broadening of the thepowers theJ thepowdrs
powers J of 01 the District Commisioners Commissionersover
over the street car companies Such Suchindefinite Suchproviwos Suchjadenite
indefinite provisions as gSthose those contain contained ¬
ed in the section quoted should s ouId bewiped bewi be bewiped
wiped wi off the t books In their place placeshould pl placeihotthl ce ceItotdd
should be written specific declarations declarationsprevhiittg declarationsprovJ declarationsprovhilug
prevhiittg provJ i g j just st what the e street car carcannot carMMp carcenapenies
do AM jct what t1 ilr ilrcannot r rClUtuot
MMp cenapenies n cs can alt
cannot do and showing just Traere Traerethe w where wherethe ere ereUte
1 1eoMJRissiolt
the authority of the public utUifits utUifitseommissMHi utiliti utiiiti3eoianaissiou 3
eommissMHi or the District Commis Commissioners Coonwisoieners Ofttllt OfttlltsieltCrs ¬
sioners begins M aM just where it ends endsUntil eDdsUntil endsUntil
Until we establish such a system syst of ofstreet ofstreet ofstreet
street railway control we are going goingto goingcontinue
to continue ce tUmc hutting our heads into a astone aS astone
stone wall wa just as wee we e been butting buttingthem
them Dt for the last three months as a aresult areslt aresult
result of the P A Y E car contro controHARD controV3Y controversy
V3Y versyHARD
V3YHARD
HARD FIGHT PROMISED IN IN1SEW INNEV INNEW
NEW YORK STATE STATEThe
The political pehiticalatmosphore atmosphere In n New NewYork X NewYork w
York State is clearing elea g ig rapidly Where Wherea I
a month ago a o conditions tO were chaotic chaotictoday chaotictoday I
today tda they are assuming definite de nite form formLines formLines I
Lines Li es are being drawn drawn and opposing opposingfarces opposingfarces 1 1QICCS
farces QICCS are being ci marshaled mus a1ed Issues Issueswe
Me becoming IR cleaacut Within a aweek aweek aweek
week ia tJteAg fight t between the t e Republi Republican ¬
can a aKt anti d the e Democratic armies aIp cs will willc 1l
T
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j be on That it will be waged relent relentlessly relentlessly relentl ¬
lessly l ssly on = both sides stdeg7 and that the thestruggle tilestruggle thestruggle
struggle for victory will be intensc intense is ismanifest ismanifest ismanifest
manifest manifestOn manifestOn manifestOn
On the one side will be Colonel ColonelRoosevelt ColonelRooleU ColonelRoosevelt
Roosevelt with his bt new progressive progressiveRepublican pr progressiveRepublican e5he e5heJepu
Republican Jepu 1ican organization a list of pro progressive progressive progressive ¬
gressive candidates c for State office officeand officeand officeand
and a platform which it is hoped is isbroad isbroad isbroad
broad enough for both bothprogtC55ives bothprogtC55ivesand progressives progressivesand
and regulars to stand upon On the theother tneother theother
other side will be Tammany and the theupState theupState theupState
upState Democratic organization with witha wit wita
a list of candidates probably as strong strongas
as could be mustered without Gay Gaynor Gaynor Gaynor
nor at its head and a platform which whichshould whiehshould whichshould
should appeal strongly to voters votersThe votersThe votersThe
The Democratic Dem < rntie strength however howeveris
is threatened by Hearst In the past pastthe pastth pastthe
the th New York publisher has been un unfriendly unfriendly unfriendly ¬
friendly to Dix the Democratic can candidate eandidatc candidate ¬
didate for governor One of the rea reasons reasons rcaSOIlS ¬
sons for the nomination of Stimson Stimsonas
as the Republican candidate for gov governor governor governor ¬
ernor was the possibility possif > iIitJ that Hearst Hearstwould Hearstwould Hearstwould I
would support him If Hearst opposes opposesDix oppo opposesD1x es
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Dix and a d supports Stimson Republican Republicanchances Republicane Republicanchances
chances e ances of victory in November will willbe willbe Willbe
be strengthened strengthenedUndoubtedly strllngthenedUndoubtedly strengthenedUndoubtedly
Undoubtedly the most interesting interestingfeature interestingfeature interestingfeattire
feature of the impending campaign will willbe willbe willbe
be the activity of Colonel Roosevelt RooseveltHe RooseveltHe
He ba hM assumed the leadership leaders ip of the theRepublican theRcpuMican theRepublican
Republican party in New York and andwith andwith andwith
with it the responsibility for Repub Republican Republican Republican ¬
lican victory or defeat at the tll polls pollsWith poIlsWith pollsWith
With his popularity in their favor favorwith favorwith favorwith
with a strong man heading the ticket ticketand ticketand
and with the possibility of Hearst Hearstsupport Hearstupport Hearstsupport
support it seems that as the case casestands casestands casestaflds
stands today the Republicans have havethe havethe havethe
the better of the argument argumentUNJUST argumeDtUNJUST argumentUNJUST
UNJUST TO BLAME UNIONS UNIONSFOR UNIONSFOR UNIONSFOR
FOR DISASTER DISASTERFollowing DISASTERFoJJowing DISASTERFollowing
Following a long and bitter con controversy CORtiocrsy controvgrsy ¬
troversy between bctwe n the Los Angeles AngelesTimes A AngelesTimes geJes geJesTimes
Times and union labor the Times Timesbuilding Timesbuilding Timesbuilding
building has been demolished by Are Arecsu re recaused recaused
caused csu d by explosion e cxpl pl sion A score or more moreof moreof moreof
of people are reported to have lost losttheir Iosttheir losttheir
their lives livesA JivesA
4 A great many unthinking persons personswill Mwill personsWill
will will jump to the conclusion that t at the thelabor elabor thelabor
labor unions either ordered or coun countenancedan COURtena countenanced ¬
tenancedan tena tenanced ced an attack on the Times plant plantand plaKtand plantand
and will condemn union labor as an aninstitution aJliDstitution aninstitution
institution for it it No X such sentiment sentimentis
is warranted There is no evidence evidencethat evMeBCetJtat evidencethat
that union labor is responsible respo sUMe for the thedisaster Utedisaster thedsaster
disaster There is not even eve any evi evidence mde cvidance ¬
dance de Ce that disgruntled individual individualmembers indiTid individualmembers al almembers
members of any union are r rJustice responsibleJustice responsible responsibleJustice
Justice to the cause of unionism unionismeverywhere uato unionismeverywhere i5Rl i5Rlecrywherc
everywhere and to the individual individualunions illCihidual1IBion5 individualunions
unions that have ha e been fighting the t e Los LosAngeles LoselC5 LosAngeles
Angeles elC5 Times demands that t opinion opinionas
as to the t e responsibility for the fright frightful fr t tful ¬
ful accident be suspended until the thefacts t thefacts e efacts
facts concerning t the e disaster are areknown ankJt areknown
known knownThere kJt knownThere wn wnThere
There should be at least a small 1ImaHgra1R smallgrate omaHgrain
grate of comfort in the reflection that thatthe tlIatthe thatthe
the Saratoga convention was opened openedwith o openedwith eaewith
with prayer prayerWe prayerWe prayerWe
We can at least be assured that It Kwont Itwoat Itwon
wont won t be a a gumshoe campaign in New NewYork Xe XeYerk NewYork
York YorkT YerkT
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hips c fly flyLet flrLet ttyLet
Let us hope that Mr Ir Sherman will willnow willD6W Willnow
now resume the modest duty of mak making makII making ¬
ing II the Vice Presidency Pr idenC purely orna ornamental ornamental ornamental ¬
mentalThe mentalThe mental mentalThe
The death of Chavez suggests that thatperhaps tbaterhaps thatperhaps
perhaps after all its Just as well to tocross tocross tocross
cross the Alps by going under them th In Ina ina ina
a a tunnel tunnelIt
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Tim Dabimans statement Rw tement that he once oncehot cesIIot onceshot
shot hot a man Is a confession a a boast or orwarning ora ora
a warning warningThe warningTbe warningThe
The New York Democrats wont be beable beabI beable
abI able to make much capital of the Re Republicans Republicans Repixbllcans ¬
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anyway anywayLAN 8DsayPLAN anyvayPLAN
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be established at the Business High HighSchool HiShSchool HighSchool
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of the alumni association associationThis assoc1atlonThIs associationThis
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of the executive committee of the as association 35s asscIation ¬
sociation s scIationThe sociationThe clatlonThe >
The services of a wellknown short shorthand sllOrtJtand shorthand ¬
hand instructor have already been pro procure prou procuret ¬
cure u and classes will be held on Mon Monday Menday on onay ¬
day ay Wednesday and m l Friday evenings eveningsU eveningsU eveningsU
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Department amount to 512Saw000 512Saw000which 12S 12S31O500which iJ iJhlcb
which hlcb sum will wllIcoer cover the building of oftwo oftwo oftwo
two battleships two colliers and several severalminor severalmin severalmine
minor min r vessels vesselsThe vesselsThe vesselsThe
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MAil BAG WRITERSEES WRITER IKIEDSEES R1TER R1TERSEESARTREVIVAL
SEES SEESARTREVIVAL SEESARTREVIVALDeclares ART REVI1Declares REVIVAL REVIVALDeclares
Declares Americans Ar ArMore Are AreM AreMore
More M re Appreciative of ofMusic ofMusic ofMusic
Music MusicWASHINGTON MusicWASHINGTON MusicWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON CHOIR CHOIRDOING CHOIRDOING CHOIRDOING
DOING GOOD WORK WORNoted WORKNoted WORKNoted
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Singers SingersTe
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The American orlean type virile and active activeexpending qctie1 qctie1expending
expending its energy in commercial commercialthings commercialthings
things needs R eds the stimulation of some something Some Somehlng something I
thing else to offset this material aide sWewill sideit I IIt
It is the theenltlvatlbn ltIvatfon or the arts which whichwill whichwill
will arouse the gentler and Introspective Introspectivenature Intr05 introspectivenature tIve tIvenature
nature of an individual ln lvldual as well as of a anation anatlen anation
nation nationInterest nationInterest
Interest in art is Increasing in all dl directions dlrectJons dlrections ¬
rections with us A great stimulus has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been the removal of duty from antique antiqueart antiqueart
art Paintings Palntln s pictures and music are areall areaU areall
all having a greater appreciation appreciationIn
In Washington blnton two years ago there therewas therewas therewas
was a great gathering to see ee a weeks weeksexhibition weekexbibitlon wecksexhibition
exhibition of paintings Last winter on onone on0Ite onone
one Sunday at the Metropolitan Art Mu Museum 1useum MusoutH ¬
seum New York ork city It 15000 admissions admissionswere admissionswere
were paid mostly by the working class classes classes ¬
es for a Rembrandt exhibit exhibitIn exhibitIn
In music symphony orchestras are in increasing Increaatng increasing ¬
creasing and no artist with gifts will willlack wtulack willlack
lack an audience The time will come comewhen comewben comewhen
when the arts will be nationalized when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the Government will support art gal galleries galleries gallerles ¬
leries musical conservatories and opera operahouses operahouses
houses as is done abroad It will occur occureventually occureTentuaUy occureventually
eventually because there will jil come the therealization thereal thereallzatlon
realization real len that spiritual gifts must be bearoused bearoused bearouned
aroused in a nation as well as mate material mattcrial matena > ¬
rial na strivings strivingsThen strfviag8TMn strivingsThen
Then the vision of the workingman worklngmanwill
will extend ext nd beyond his own humble
home and he will be given the op opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
portunity to see beautiful things in inart Inart Inart
art and to hear good music at little littlecost ItU ItUcost itUecost
cost Then our restlessness r t1 ne8s will cease ceasewe ceasewe ceasewe
we will become more Introspective and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from the ranks poselby of the lowly
dominant spirits will arise they will willcreate wlIlreate willcreate
create and from these a great Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can art will be born bornFor b bOrnFur rn rnFur
Fur such ideals and pioneer rioneer pioneer work workta workdoes ork orkdws
does the Motet Choir 0 of Washington Washingtonatand Vasbingtontancl
tancl ta d It IB a choral organization of ofeighty ofelgbty ofeighty
eighty mixed voices where the active activesingers activen activesingers
singers n ers accept as a stimulus the study studyof Stud stndOf
0 of the best choral music To this edu educational educatnal educati ¬
cational cati nal end the programs are chosen chosenand cboeenand chosenand
and officers and active members are areall areall areall
all interested in the realization of this thisend thiseDd thisend
end Its public concerts are given to toinvited toInvited toInvited
invited guests and already the sup support support support ¬
port and appreciation of sustaining sustainingmembers sustdBl sustainingmembers g
members has been generous generousTo generousTo
To those who have the talent and andneeeseary andnEeee687 andneetasary
neeeseary earnestness membership memIJer hlp to tosuch tosuch tosuch
such an organization comes as an anopportunity ano anopportunity
o opportunity opportunityOTTO > V VoPiOTORNEY
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To the Edttor of The tVaMa W WasMegien 6A t B Times TimesI
I desire e lre to call till attention of the thecommunity theCOIIMIMiIItty thecomasilnity
community generally to two dangers dangersthreatening dangersthXeatenl dangersthzeateMag
threatening thXeatenl g pRerengers on the PAYE PAYEcars PAYEears PATEcars
cars These perils have to do with the theexit tJI tJIexIt theexit
exit of the passengers Jflssen ers when required requiredts rq lred lred1e
ts leave atthe at the front of the car carIn carIn carIn
In the first place in going to the front frontpatform frontpiatlonn frontpiatiorni
patform If one happens to be the lead leader leader leaden ¬
er in a a procession proces lon of passengers ne Is Isvery Isvery Isvery
very apt to be crowded against the thebrake tbebrake thebrake
brake which is in operation ratlen at the time timein timeIn timein
in stopping the car On more than one oneocca oneoccattIon oneoccasion
occasion occa ioo I have seen injury barely barelyaverted barelyaverted barelyaverted
averted and only then because the pas passenger pttSseager pesseager ¬
seager being a man had strength to toresist torebt toresist
resist the t pressure exerted exert by those fol following following following ¬
lowing him himThe himTJHo himThe
The other hazard and the more dan dangerous danserous dengerous ¬
gerous of the two arises from the habit liability UabllIty habitity ¬
ity of the nfotorman to raise the step stepbefore stepbefore stepbefore
before the passenger r Is well otr it It The Thewriter Thewriter Thewriter
writer was nearly thrown from this thiscause thisC thiscause
C cause W3e and he has seen the same S1Detrou S1Detrouble iron trouble ironble ¬
ble in t the he f case of other passengers passengersThe p passengersThe LfCsengenThe
The conductor rings his starting bell bellas bellas bellas
as soon as he b can see that no passen passengers pa3enters passengers ¬
gers are getting off at the rear leaving leavingit
it to the judgment of the motorman motormanlo
to start when he considers that those thosealighting thOoieaUgbtln thosealighting
alighting at the front have reached the thestreet tbestrft thestreet
street but with the motonnans other otherduties otherdDtles otherduties
duties It Is easy to see how a mistake mistakeas mlstakas
as to this can be made and many and andserious anderlous andserious
serious accidents are bound to occur occurOther occurOther occurOilier
Other defects d ects having to t do with the thecomfort theCORlfort thecomfort
comfort and convenience of these cars carshave cars1Ia carshave
1Ia have been pointed out already slread in your yourcolumns yourcolumns yourcolumns
columns and this communication is In Inicnded Inended incnde4
ended to give a warning not as a mat matter matler maticr ¬
ter of speculation as to what may ma hap happen bappen happen ¬
pen but In reference to actual risks riskswhich ri5kwhich riskswhich
which passengers are required to take takeRespectfully takeRespectfully takeRespectfully
Respectfully
L D INGLE INGLEMEET IXGLElEET INGLEMEET
MEET TONIGHT TONIGHTTWs TONGIITThTIS
TWs This evening at 8 ocock the Y 1 M MC MC L
C A debating club clubmlt will hold its pre prehiainary pre1uR1nrY prekminary
hiainary meeting and faU reunion in the theAssembly theAseembly theAssembly
Assembly Hall of the Central entral building buildingThe bu1JdlnThe buildingThe
The officers for the coming year will re remain remain remain ¬
main the same for the past season The Thefirst Tbefirst Thefirst
first formal debate of the club will take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place on October OctobersWhats S SI 5 5Whats
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The Whist and Chess Club of Waah Waahnjron Waahing Wnhlag
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Miss Katherine Leech Is Wedded WeddedTo WeddedTo V VV VV VTo V V
To Lieut Thurston Hughes at Noon
Ceremony Cer C r mony ony Takes Place at atHome atHome
Home of Brides BridesParents BridesV BridesParents
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October the proverbial prev tWal month for forautumn forautumn
autumn a tumn brides brld was auspiciously au uher uhered u her hered becof
ed in with a military wedding today at atnoon atnoon atnoon
noon when Miss Katherine OUvia OliviaLeech OUviaLeeCh OUviaLeech
Leech daughter of Mr Ir and Mrs John JohnFrederick TohnFiederlck JohnFrederick
Frederick Leech became the bride of ofLieut orLlCtUt ofIiout
Lieut Thurston Hughes Hwrh Coast ArtS Artillery Artlllery ArtSlery ¬
lery J S A AThe AThe AThe
The handsome home of the brides bridesparents bridesparents bridesparents
parents on Massachusetts avenue where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the ceremony took place was artisti artistically artistlo antisticatHy ¬
catHy o JJ V decorated for the t e occasion with a aprofusion avrofusion atarofuslon
profusion of autumn leaves and white whitechrysanthemums whitechr whitechrysanthemums
chrysanthemums chr > santhemHBt8 and other fail alt flowers flowersforming owersformlRg flowersforming
forming a fitting setting tdDb for the youth youthful youthful ¬
yeuthI
ful bridal party partyA partstring
A string orchestra played the wedding woddlngmusic weddingmusic I
music the program including the Lobes Lohengrin Lohegrin Lobesgrin ¬
grin and Menaeisnlm marches The TheBaccarole rheBaccarote TheBaccarole
Baccarole from The Tales of Hoff Hoffman Hoffman Hoeman ¬
man and other appropriate aJ selections selectionsOnly selectionsOnly selectionsOnly
Only relatives and a few Intimate Intimatefriends Intimatefriends intimatefriends
friends were preeoat at the ceremony ceremonywhich ceremonwhleh ceremonywhich
which was solemnized by the Rev RevCharles RevCharles RevCharles
Charles Wood of the Church of the theCovenant theCovenant theCovenant
Covenant CovenantThe CovenantThe CovenantThe
The bride who was escorted and andgiven andgiven andgiven
given in marriage by her father wore worea
a handsome bridal gown of soft ivory ivorysatin Ivorysatin ivorysatin
satin The bodice and jelbow lbow sleeves sleeveswere sleeveswere eaves eavesem
were em of filmy film blonde race t finished with witha
a square yoke of tulle tufl embroidered in inseed Insed Inseed
seed pearls pearlsA pear pearA
A band of pearl and crystal passe passementerie paseemeBterle passenienteric ¬
menterie formed e the girdle aDd the theskirt th thskirt theskirt
skirt which was severely s ereli plain fell fellInto fellInto fellinto
Into a watteau pleat at the back form forming fermInb formIng ¬
ing the long train The bridal veil of oftulle oCtulle oftulle
tulle was held in place with a coronet coronetof coronetof
of lilies of the valley and the bridal bridalbouquet 1Midalb bridalbouquet
bouquet b uqet was a shower of lilies of the thevalley thevaLley thevalley
valley The brides only ornament was wasa
a beautiful seed pearl peer brooch r an heir heirloom heirloom heirloom ¬
loom in the family familyMiss tamRyMiss familyMiss
Miss Vera Downing the maid of hon honor honor boaor ¬
or wore pale blue satin draped m pale paleblue 8eblue paleblue
blue chiffon the girdle caught at the theleft theleft theleft
left side of the bodice with a huge pale paleInk paleDInk palepink
DInk Ink rose Her hat was of black silfc silfceaver aiUcbeaver
beaver beaver trimmed with a single long while whilewillow whlewillow whftewillow
willow plume and she carried a clue duster deater clueicr ¬
ter of Bridesmaid roses rosesUeuU roeS1eut rosesLied
Lied Glen E Edgerton Engineer BBginecrCorps Ene1neerCorps EngineerCorps
Corps IT S s A A acted as best st man for forLieutenant fOtLlcut forLieutenant
Lieutenant Llcut nant Hughes HughesA
A wedding breakfast aDd small re reception reeeptlon icception ¬
ception to which a few ew additional additionalguest addttloD8JJt1ICStlcC additionalguests
guest were asked followed immediately immediatelyafter immcIIateJyaCter imnicflaielyafter
after the he ceremony ceremonyMrs ceremoarI1 ceremonyMrs
Mrs I1 Leech who assisted the bridal bridalparty lNidalparty bridalparty
party in receiving wore a a becoming becominggown heaeMlDtgown becominggown i
gown of pale blue chiffon cloth clot with a arose arose arose
rose border and trimmed with touches touchesof
of rose point lace and silver silverMrs aIvetMrs sliverMrs
Mrs W H H Hughes of Louisville Ky Kymother Kymother Kymother
mother of the th bridegroom who also ateoreceived abOrecciY alsoreceived
received recciY wore a dainty white hlte lingerie Mngeriegowa Jt lingeriesown r1 r1gown
gown over white silk with a large black blackbeaver blackMaver blackbeaver
beaver hat trimmed with pate pink os ostrich 05trlch ontnich ¬
trich plumes plumesMrs plumesXrs plumesMrs
Mrs Lester Lest r Monks sister of the bride bridewas Drlcfeas bridewas
was as handsomely gowned in apricot apricotsatin apricot9Un apricotsatin
satin draped dra in pete blue chiffon and andMrs andJoIn andMrs
Mrs > F P Sackett S kett another sister wore worewhite wvrewbite werewhite
white broadcloth broadclothAmong broddothAmong broadclothAmong
Among the outoftowa guests at the thewedding thewedding thewedding
wedding were Mr and Mrs WHughes W A AHughes AHughes
Hughes of Louisville Ky parents of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bridegroom Paymaster W N NHughes XHughes NHughes
Hughes IT I S X of the U S S S Dixie Dixiebrother Dixiebrother Dixiebrother i
brother of the thebrlcMgroom bridegroom Paymaster Paymasterand
and Mrs F P Sackett IT 1 S s N the theformer therormer theformer
former of the 17 S S S s Michigan broth brotherinlaw brotherInlaw brotherinlaw ¬
erinlaw and sister s1st < of the bride brideR Mrs MrsR MrsH
R T Leech h grandmother of the bride brideMrs IKidcMrs brideMrs
Mrs O F Davisson and Miss Marian MarianDavisson MarianDavbeon MarinaDarboon
Davisson an o of Dayton Day toR Ohio Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs R G Park and the Misses s Park Parkof Parkof Parkof
of Philedelphla the Messrs MQS Bell of ofNew eClew ofNew
New York cousins of the t e bride Miss MissHarriet 3ilssHanlet Ilss IlssHarrJft
Harriet Xaunrnn auman Miss Iss Stelaznan and andHale ldHale andHale
Hale Steiaman of Lancaster Pa Miss MissReppert MIs6Reppert MissReppert
Reppert of Marietta Ohio Miss Guih Guihrie GuLbne Guthtie
tie ne of Plttsburg P1t burg a amt jnt of the bride and andMurray and1rs andMrs
Mrs 1rs R B S S Belkap of Amherst Mass MassOther MassOther
Other guests were Brig en Arthur ArthurYUlTa ArthurMurray
Murray Coast Artillery Corps C u 5s 5sA S SA S SA
A A A Mrs Murray urray and the Misses Mur Murray Murray Iur Iurray ¬
ray Lieut Col Charles J Bailey Coast Coastley CoastArtillery CoastArtiilety
Artillery Corps U S S A aDd Mrs rs Bal BaIley BalIcy
ley Mr r and Mrs John W V Foster CoL CoLThomas CoLTh GotThomas
Thomas Th nas W Syraons U S A retired retiredMrs retiredrs retiredMrs
Mrs rs Sysnons and Miss Symons Miss MissSllie MISSSaUte tlssSaUie
SaUte Garllngton daughter of Brig BrigGen BrigGen BrigGen
Gen E A Garlington U S A Lieut LieutSherman IJeutSherman LieutSherman
Sherman Miles li1es Field Artillery Corps U US US US
S A and Mrs Miles Brig Gen G GXorman GNorman GNorman
Norman Lieber U S A retired and andMrs aneMrs andMrs
Mrs Lleber Mr and Mrs Boale Bloom Bloomer ¬
er O H Tittmann Brig Gen John M MWilson xWilson MWilson
Wilson V S A retired and Miss 1is6 Wal Waller WRlJer Waller ¬
ler Jer Mr and Mrs A C Downing and andthe andthe andthe
the Misses Downing Mrs rs Charles CharlesWood CharlesWood CharlesWood
Wood Mr and Mrs Evan Sinclair Cam Cameron Cameron Camerosi ¬
eron Miss Caryl Crawford Miss Cath Catherine Catherine Cathenine ¬
erine Britton Mrs W H Ciagelt Mrs MrsConstantlne MrsConstantine rs rsConstantine
Constantine Chase and her daughter daughterMrs daughterMrs daughterMrs
Mrs Robert R R Ralston wife lre of Lieu Lieutenant I Lieutenant eu eutenant ¬
tenant Ralston Engineer Corps U S SA SA S SA
A Mr and Mrs William Kearney Carr CarrMr CarrYr CarrMr
Mr and Mrs Donald Canasta Dr and andMrs andIrs andMrs
Mrs Irs Thomas Ash Claytor Miss nss Lillle LillleFInley LimeFln1eV LuteFinley
FInley Fln1eV W W FInley Jr Col Spencer SpencerCosby Spe SpencerCorbi cer cerCosbY
Cosby Engineer Corps TT S A and andMrs andJolTS andMrs
Mrs Cosby MIss nS6 Isabel Magruder Mr Mrand Mrand r rand
and Mrs Jan James s Morris Morgan organ Mrs MrsRelyea MrsRelyea MrsRelyea
Relyea and Miss Relyea IV T Bing Bingham BinJham Bingham
ham Dr and Mrs Wallace Radcliffe RaddiffeLieut RadcliffeLieut RadcliffeLout
Lieut C C L I Hall Engineer Corps U US US US
S A Rear Admiral and Mrs Van Hey Reypen Re3pen HeypenS
pen U S 2 X retired retiredSeveral retiredSeveral retiredSeveral
Several of the grooms classmates clat ates at atthe atthe atthe
the Military > ltItary Academy at West W t Point Pointwho Pointwho Pointwho
who are now stationed at the Washing Washington ashlDf ashlDfton ¬
ton Barracks Barra s were also present prt fnt > In the theTMMflty the1Rrt theparty
party were > Lieut Frank S Besson En Engineer Enlneer Edgineer ¬
gineer lneer Corp 17 S A and Mrs Mr Besson BessonCorps BessonIieut
lfc Iieut t William imam H Sage jr Enlneer EnlneerCorps EgineerCorps 1
Corps TVS r I So S A and Mrs < Sage Lieut Lieutrands LieutWrancls I
rands C C Harrincton Harri en Engineer En Corps CorpsV I IL
V L S A Lieut Stuart C Godfry En Engineer Engineer Engineer ¬
gineer Corps U S s A IJeut John Tohn1Yrlght M MWright MWright
Wright Engineer EII nter Corps C CT S A Lient LientAlbert LientAlbert I IAlbert
Albert H Acher Engineer E neer Corps IJ 3 3A So SA i
A and T Tieut ieut Albert K B LyraaJi En Engineer Engin ¬ i
gineer gin ° cr Corp U S A ALieutenant 4 4Lieutenant I ILientennt
Lieutenant and Mrs Hushes left leftWashington leftWazbingten I IT
Washington T binton after the reception r fItJonfor for their theirweddinjr theirweddinr 1
weddinjr weddin trip North orth and to West vV t Point PointMrs PointMrs PointMrs
Mrs Hughes H es wore for traveling travelln a gown gownof gownof own i iof
of blue trimmed with effective touches touchesof t8tlCh t8tlChor teacheflof
of black and a black beaver hat ha trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith I
with Jth blue blueAfter blueJter blueAfter
After October 3 10 they > will be at home homeat h homeat me meat
at Fort H G Wright Fishers Island IslandN
N Y where Lieutenant Hughes te sta stationed stationed alaUoncd ¬
tioned with his regiment regimentLieutenant regimentLieutenant = Dt DtLieutenant
Lieutenant Emmons EmmonsAnd EmmonsAnd EmmettsAnd
And Family Fa y Here HereLieut HereLieut HereV
V Lieut George T Kmmens U S X Xand xand Nand
and Mrs Emmons and their daughter daughterMiss daughter31lss daughterMiss
Miss Frances Franc Emmons are spending a afew afew afew
few days in Washington at the On Ontario Ontarlo Ontanlo ¬
tario tarioLieutenant tarloLieutenant tanloLieutenant
Lieutenant Emmons and his family familyformerly familyfonnerlymade familyformerly
formerly fonnerlymade made their home in Washing Washington Wasblngton ¬
ton on but they are now living in Prince Princeton Princeton ¬
ton N NT J JJ JJ PrtnceI
s
J J Darlington ccompanled accompanied by b his histhree histhree histhree
three daughters has returned to Wash Washington Washthgton ¬
ington from their country place at atHemdon atHerndon atHerudon
Herndon Va and have opened their theirresidence theirresidence I Iresidence
residence on Twentieth street for the theseason theseason I Iea50n
season season3Ir seasonMr I I II
Mr and Mrs W T Johnson who whospent whospent I Ispent
spent the last several weeks In At Atlantic Atlantic < t ¬ i iIantIe
lantic City have returned to 1 Washing Washington ¬ I Iton
ton and have opeaea their apartment apartmentIn II
In the Ontario OntarioMrs OntarioMrs OntarioMrs
I
Mrs Speel wife of or ray ay Director John JohnN TohnSteel JohnN
N Steel 17 1 S S N will return to Wash Washington Washlegion ¬ I IIngton
ington about the middle mfd lle of the month monthaccompanied monthaccompanied I Iaccompanied
accompanied by her younger daughter daughterMiss daughterI1ss daughterMiss
Miss Katherine K tb rlne Hitchcock from In Indiana Indiana ¬ I Idlana
diana Pa where they have spent the thesummer thesummer I Isumme
summer Miss Uss Lena Hitchcock will re remain re remaln remain ¬
main in Pennsylvania Pennsyl ania until til later in the theseason theseason I Iseason
season seasonMrs
eo eoMrs
Mrs Waddy B Wood V OcI1I8s od has returned to toWashington toWashingtoR toWashington
Washington for fo a few ew days deySr8M from rem Get Gettysburg Gett Gettysburg ¬
tysburg t S ur Pa P Vwh where h she and her hrrV hrrVl3fl chil l3fl ¬
dren have Iae been visiting leitln her father fatherGen fat fatherGee er erGen
Gen Lind Lindsay ay L Lomax U S s A They Theywfll Theywill
will l return r turn to Washington W thlngton < for the sea1 sea1son sea BeaIon season
son about the middle mfd le of the month monthi monthzlrs monthMrs
I
i m mMrs
Mrs Converse ConverseIs
Is Expected Tonight TonightMrs TonightMrs
Mrs George A Converse Cettvorse widow of ofRoar orRo ofRear
Roar r Admiral Converse Co yerse U U S S N who whoha wl10 wl10has wehas
ha has been spending SJeJHUn some Owe tn e en tje tjeNorth tJeortb tile tileNorth
North ortb Shore Is expected to return fto ftoher t ther anher
her apartment in the Oakland this thisevening iblseveninG his1 his1evening
evening eveningHarrison eveningHanben
rouned I
Harrison DIn Dtngnathas man ha baf < rotawned to toWashington toWashlngten toWashington
Washington and a d will be ltejolJled joined shortly
by Mrs Dingman who is spending some sometime selBetime someUrne
time In Atlantic AtlanticCapt City CityCapt cityCapt
Capt Frank B Batty B a7t3 U S2f S N and andMrs andinL andlrs
Mrs inL Beatty and their children have re returned returned returned ¬
turned to the Navy Yard from their theircamp theircamp theircamp
camp in Maine MaineMrs MI MaineMrs Re ReIrs
Mrs Clarence R R i Wilson who is now nowin no noin nowin
in Ridgefleld Conru will return to toWashington torashiBtona9Xt toWashington
Washington rashiBtona9Xt next Saturday Saturdayj Sat SatardayMrs > rd rdL rd1T3
L + j
Mrs 1T3 Charles W Richardson ruchardson and Mies 3IissAmy Uss UssAm j jAmy
Amy Am Richardson wife and daughter of orDr ofDr 1
Dr Richardson have arrived in Wash Washington Washington ash ashIngton ¬
ington from their country piace in Mar Massachusetts Iasacbusetts Marsachusetta ¬
sachusetts sachusettsMrs sacbusetts3frs sachusettaMis
Mrs Ezra L Ion ROOD and Miss Edith
Keen woo are now in Atlantic City Cityare Cityare Cityare
are expected in i Washington within a
few days daysMr daysMr
+
Mr and Mrs rr1 George T MatTe and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their daughter Miss Helen Marye who whospent woospent whospent
spent the last few ew weeks at the Virginia i
Hot HotSprings V Springs have retuned to t Wash asll ¬
ington and have opened their residence residenceat
at 1500 N street for teethe the season eeasonMiss seasonMiss n nMiss
Miss Arms Engagement EngagementAnnounced Engg EngajementAnnounced ent entAnnounced
Announced By Father Fathergagement FatherTohn FatherJohn
John Taylor Arias announces the en engagement
gagement of his daughter Miss lIss 3J May IKY y
Taylor Arms to Dean Stockett Ed Edraonde Edmends
V
mends of New York city cityMiss cityMiss cityV cityMiss
Miss Arms is known to many through throughher tJtre1lgJtber throughher
her Italian sketches and translations translationsMr
Mr r Edmunds 5 is a patent t attorney of ofprominence ofprominence
prominence In New York city cit The T e wed wedding w wdtBg wedding ¬
ding will ftl probably pr bably take place in tae taeearly theearly he heearly
early spring and Mr Edmonds will take takehis takehis takehis
his bride to Italy f far r the Easter festi festivities feativitles ¬
vities vi ties tiesMiss
4 z 1 1Miss
Miss Flora Wifeon Wileo daughter of the theSecretary theSecretary theSecretary
Secretary of Agriculture AJTi arrived in inWashington InVashklgUtn InWashington
Washington this morning for a few days daysfront daysfrem daysfront
front Denver DenverLieut DenverLleut DenverLent
Lent Robert H Fletcher jr U S SA SA SA
A and Mrs Fletcher of Los Angeles AngelesCaL AnselesCd AngelanCaL
CaL have e arrived in Washington It and andare andare andare
are the guest of 0 the e formers father fatherDr fat1lerDr fatherDr
Dr Fletcher at the Portland for sev several sevI soycml ¬
eral I days daysRear daysRear j jRear
Rear Admiral J H H TJpsfcar U S N Nand Naud
and Mrs Upshar nave returned to toWashington toastatRgtem toWashington
Washington and have opened their taeirapartment theirapartment leirapartmeot
apartment in the t Parkwood for the sea season seasoil ¬
son They spent th the summer at New Newport Newport ¬
port and the Virginia Vi VirginlaHot Hot Springs SpringsDr
Dr Frank L PieadwoM PJeo IweH C S N and andMrs andMrs
Mrs s Pleadweil Plead well are expected to rSturn rSturnto
t to Washington Vasilln OR today f trem fro res Atlantic City Citywhere Citywhere
where they spent the t last few weeks weeksGerman weeksGerman
German Ambassador AmbassadorAnd
And Family In Paris ParisThe ParisThe 1
The German G rman Ambassador and Count Countes Countese
es ese I von Bernstortt and their daughter daughterCountese daU daughterCountess
ter1
Countess LulseAlexandra von Berns Bernstorff BernstoiL
toiL who hive spent the summer summerabroad summerabroad
abroad are now D In Paris They will i11 re return re return return ¬
turn to Washington Waa ln about ut October OctoberThe 3k 3kThe jThe
=
The Counselor of tJte the German Embas Embastov Embasbv Embasby
tov and Countess von Wedel who whoat are areWashington areat
at at MancheoterbytheS rnnCh erbJtbeSe w Will l rc rcirn l to toWa toWazhlngtoa
Washington Wa hingtoa about out the middle of 0 the themonth themonth themonth
monthTbe monthThe month monthThe
The Japanese Ambassador AJDbasS3 or and Baron Baroness Baronas Baronens ¬
ess Uchida who arrived ia Washington Washlnsrtonthis ashlmtonthis
this inornlnjr from Mexico exko left almost almostinunediatels aJmestimmedJatel almostimmediately
immediately for Buena Vista Springs Springswljere Springswijere rlnJS rlnJSwqere
wljere they will spend the autumn uutumnThe autumnThe nutnmflThe
The S cretary tlrr of Commerce and La Labor Labor Laher ¬
bor left Washington last ast eveninxr t tjoin t tjoin tjoin
join Mrs 1rS Nacel K et at their summer place placeat
at Marian Mass taS They will 111 come to toWashington te7ashtnton toWash1nton
Washington early earl eariyieXt ext week weekDavis weekDavisMoore k kDavisMoore
Davis DavisMoore DavisMooreEngagement DavisMooreEngagement Moore MooreEngagement
Engagement Announced AnnouncedMr
Mr and Mrs Irs Samuel Todd Davis an announce an announce altnounce ¬
nounce the engagement engage ent of their Daugh Daughter ¬
ter Miss Winifred Davis to Lleut Rich Rleaard Rlohard Richaid
ard C Moore Engineer Corps U S A AThe L 1The LThe
The wedding will take place the first firstweek fintweek firatweek
week in December DecemberLieutenant DecemberLieutenant DecemberLieutenant
Lieutenant Moore ooe who was formerly formerlystationed formerlystationed formerlystationed
stationed in Washington is now In Ineharge Inebarge Incharge
charge of the construction of Govern GovtrnIver Govfrnment Government
ment dam and lock Xo 9 on the Ohio OblorIer Ohioriver
river at New Cumberland W Va Vaftyseven Vartysevn Vsfiftyseven
ftyseven miles below Plttsburg
trWOUR TOUR trou trouble trouX
X a ble said saidthe s saidthe a I d dt
the Business Doc Doctor Docter Doeicr ¬
tor Is that you play playwith playmth playwith
with the spoon In Instad Snstad Instnd
stad of taking takingyTjr taklngctr takingmedicine
yTjr ctr medicine medicineSuccess medicineSuccess medicineSuecess
Success in any
phase of businesslife
hesitation hesitationmany hesitationman hesitationmany
life consists in doing without
distasteful In Inevery IneYe Inevery
many man things which are
every eYe business busi and in every position J in inevery ineery inevery
every business busin s there is a certain amount amountand amountor
or tiresome detail which must be done doneand doneand
and the man who does It at once is the theman theman theman
man who has the time to attend to the theis tilerea1t3 thereally
really big things when they arise This Thisis Thisis
is simply another Anotherway V way of saying dont dontput dontput dontput
put off until tomorrow anything you can cando cando cando
do today todayWhen todayen today0Whcn
until tomorrow tomorrowthe
postpone
When en you
the job which does not have to be done donetoday donetoda donetoday
today toda you are playing with the spoon spoonmust spoonWhen spoonWhen
When you do today all the work that thatmust thatlanai
must be done tomorrow you are taking takingvour takingvour takingyour
vour medicine medicineThe medicinehThe medicineThe
The man who gets out today all the thework thew8Ik theweek
work which must be done tomorrow is isdoing Isdoing isV
while the man manwho trntnwho manwho
V doing a a cash business busin s
who procrastinates is working on a acredit acredit acredit
credit It a special piece of work arises arisesone arisesone arisesone
one one of the sort which must be done donequickly donequicklyit donequicklyIt
quickly quicklyit It Is given tven to the man who whoworks whoworks i iWorks
works on a cash basis for or he always has hastime hastime hastime
time to attend to it and it is these omen emergencies emorgendes omengencles ¬
gencies which give opportunity op rtuntty for ad advancement adVancem advancetnent ¬
vancement vancementDo Vancem nt ntDo
Do all the work before you and then thenloaf thenIon thenloaf
loaf Ion and you can not be criticised Tor Tordoing fordoing I Idoin
doing doin It It Not Ko only do it It but do it itsmilingly itsmillnglr itsmIlingly
smilingly The man who scowls when whenhe whenhe whenbe
he must take his medicine Is almost sure sureto sureto sureto
to be one of the spoon playing sort sortAn sortAn sortAn
An old employer once told me that it ithad ithad ti tihad
had been the desire of his life lo invent inventsome inventsome j jsome
some way that a man could smile and andwhistle andwhistle andwhistle
whistle at the same time for the best bestmen bestmen 1 1men
men who ever worked for him had hadeither badeither i ielt
either elt er smiled or whistled at their work workand workana 1 1ana
ana he felt if he could find nd a man who whocould whocould I Icould
could do both he would be a paragon paragonof paragonoCeXcetJence
i iu
of oCeXcetJence excellence excellenceIf
If you o have indexing book posting postingfiling posungj postingfiling
filing AIm or any of the hundred and one
Country Home Scene of ofPretty ofPretty ofPretty
Pretty JoBnsonVulte JoBnsonVulteWedding J jolinsonVulteWedding oIinsonVuIteVedqing
Wedding Today TodayNercelll TodayNoncom N NXercem
Xercem farm the country borne of ofDr orDr ofDr
Dr Joseph Taber Johnson Job at Cherry Cherrydale CJtecrydale Cbocrydale
dale Va was the scene of a beautiful beautifulal
al fresco wedding w dt g today at neon D6OII when whenMK whenids whenhis
MK daughter Miss 1es Josephine e Taber TaberJohnson T TaberJohnson r rJ
Johnson J was nMurri marled d to Frederick FrederickLouts PreclerickLouIs FrederickLou
Louts Lou Vulte of New RocheWe R N Y YThe YThe YThe
The ceSemony c emony at which the Her Dr DrSamuel DrSamuet DrSamuel
Samuel M Newman of Hagerxtovtn HagerxtovtnMd H gtrllltown gtrllltownMtL
Md formerly pastor of the First Con Congregational ConJtegtJonal Congregational ¬
gregational Church of Washington offl offlciated officiated oflielated
ciated assisted by the Rev Mr KIrby Kirbrof KIrbyof
of Ballston Va took piece OB the wide wWepiazza widetitJes widez wideQuantities
piazza piazzaQuantiUee z
Quantities titJes of autumn foliage golden goldenrod goldenre4 goldenrod
rod and yellow v no asters rennet the deco decorations cleQnttJoAS deorations ¬
rations throughout the entire lower n fIt Ikoor Ikoorof > x Ot Otor > r rof
of the house and the bridal party stood stoodbefore 2tootlbefore stoodbefore
before an improvised altar af autumn autumnleaves autumnIeTes autumnleaves
leaves Rakemaans string quartet quartetplayed quartetplaYM quartetplayed
played the wedding weddl music musicThe JnusIeThe musicThe
The bride who was escorted and andgiven andhen andgiven
given in marriage by b her father at er wore worea
a beautiful bridal I gown of white satin satincrepe satincrepe Un Uncrepe
crepe de chine trimmed with Irish lac lacHer laP laPHer laeeHer < >
Her tulle veil was h lid td In place wit witorange with withorange withorange
orange blossoms blos oms and the bridal b a1 bouquet bouquetwas bouquetas t tas
was as a a shower 3how r of Bride roses and lilies liliesof IUlesot lUtesof
of the valley valleyMiss valleyMiss alleyMiss
Miss Margaret Johnson sister of the thebride thabride thebride
bride as maid of honor wore wor pale paleblue paleblue paleblue
blue satin and carried white roses rosesMiss IORSM1Es rosesMiss
Miss Meville erllle Johnson and Basoom BasoomJohnson BascoinJohnson m mTohnson
Johnson niece an aM i nephew of C the thebride thebride thebride
bride acted as flower children carrying carryingbaskets carryingkets carryingbaskets
baskets kets of rose petals which they scat scattered scatterec1 scattoned ¬
toned in the path of the bridal rkJalFranz party partyFranz partyFranz
Franz Vulte attended his brother as asbest asbest asbeat
best man manOnly manOnly manOnly
Only the two late families at attended att attended ¬
tended t ed the ceremony cerelROll and wedding weddingbreakfast weddingbreakfast weddingVbronrfast
breakfast which followed immediately immediatelyafter immecitatelyaf imrnedate1allen
after afterAfter af allenAfter
afAfter After their bridal trip Mr aDd aDdVlte Mrs MraVuite MrsVoile
Voile will be at home ia New Rochelle RochelleX RochelleN
N Y after October K The T e brides bridesgeiagaway DndesgelBgaway bridesngaway
geiagaway ngaway gown WD was a tailored suit of ofblue otWue ofblue
blue cloth with a a hat to match matchAmong matdLAmong matchAmong
Among the outoftown guests at the thewedding thewedding thewedding
wedding were 3 IK > r and Mrs Herman HermanVulte HermanVult HermanVisits
Visits of o New ew Reeheile Peehelle parents t the thebridegroom thebridegroom thebridegroom
bridegroom bridegroomMr
= 0 0Mr
Mr and Mrs T i Wllllam 11iIUam UteBi Henry en entertained entertained n ntertalned ¬
tertained Mr and Mrs ra Archibald Bark Barklie Barktie Barklie
lie of Philadelphia at dinner last even evening eve evenlag J JiII ¬
lag iII at the Chevy C eyChase Chase Ctab CtabMr CI1bXr clnbMr
Mr and Mrs Barklic arc speeding a afew afew afew
few days in Washington W lDbtOlJ guests at the theSeorebam theSlMKeham theShoreham
Seorebam HoteL HoteLMrs HoteLMrs Hotelashen
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Mrs Robert S S Betknap P who came to toWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington to attend the wedding of ofMiss orXies o oMiss
Miss Katherine Leech and Lieutenant LieutenantHughes LietnenantHagHes LieutenantHughes
Hughes today is visiting her mother motherMrs motherXrs motherMrs
Mrs C C C C Cole at 1SW I street streetThe streetThe streetThe
The New York State state Woman Club Clubaeld ClubbeW Cubheld
held Hs first meeting for the season seL i at atMt atMt atMt
Mt Rainier with Miss Stella Wilson Wilsonas W son sonas
as hostess hostessThe hostessThe hostessThe
The following members were reelect reelected r ect ected ¬
ed to office having Mea unanimously unanimouslyselected unanteiouslyselected
selected for their respective ve honors two twoprevious twoprerlous twoprevious
previous years Mrs Anna S S Hamil Hamilton Hamilt ¬
ton t to president Miss Iss Ella Purdy vice vicepresident vicepresident vicepresident
president Miss Edith Kefeey recording recordingsecretary rec recordingsecretary din dinfecretary
secretary Miss Stella Wilson corre corresponding carreIng correspeeding ¬
speeding Ing secretary Mtes 1i5s Nellie Brown Browntreasurer Browntrasurer Browntreasurer
treasurer treasurerThree
Three new members were elected Mrs MrsHampton 3118Hampton MrsHampton
Hampton Miss nS8 McCord aDd MisWager Mis llsWaber MisaWager
Wager WagerThe WaberThe WagerThe
The absence from the city Indefinitely Indefinitelyof lDdednitelyofMles
of ofMles Miss Ida Peck was announced Miss MissSpence MissSpence MissSpence
Spence and Miss Kelsey were appointed appointedat
iR charge or program for next meeting meetJngwhkh meetingwhich
which will be held at the home of MIs MIsEmHy MIsEmHy MisEmily
EmHy Morrison the fourth Monday In InNovember inCvember inNovember
November NovemberCurrent NovemberCurrent CvemberCurre
Current Curre t events of New York State le legends legends Icgends ¬
gends history and prominence promlne e in great greataffairs Jeataffairs greataffairs
affairs will be the dabs subject of ofdiscussion ordiscussion ofdiscussion
discussion discussionThe discussionThe discussionThe
The Assistant Secretarv Secrebrv of the tle Treas Treasury T Tury Treasury ¬
ury win return to Washington W2 ItIIDtou < from freg Us UsDimmer 1istlmnlCr Ussomzner
Dimmer < thee In Massachusetts Massacla setts about aboutOelober aboutOeiober aboutOctober
October M 11r IQMr
4 4Mr
Mr r aDd Mrs rs Eli l1 Bluadheim BluDd eim and andfamily andfamny andfamily
family have returned retunt to the thespending city after afterspending aftfspeRdInS
spending the summer at Buena Vista VistaMies Vistad Vistaoils VistaMd
Md d C CMiss
oils Canine Hirsch BiLk + who has been beenth beenthe beenthe
the th guest of Mrs B B Slnshe4mer of ofGeorsetown dtGeoretown ofGeorgetown
Georgetown has as returned to her home homein homin homein
in Fredericksburg Frederlcksb Frederlcksbs Va VaMiss VaMiss
Miss s Sadie Friedroan Friedman of Westport WestportVa WestportVa
Va Va Is 1 the guest of Mr and Dd Mrs Joe JoeDreyfus ToeDreyt JoeDreyfur
Dreyfus Dreyt of the Warrington WarringtonMiss WarringtonMiss ngton ngtonI1ss
Miss Gladys Mayer Ma er who has been beenvisiting beenvl beenvisiting
visiting vl ltlnb in Baltimore for or the past few fewweeks fewweeks fewweeks
weeks has returned to her home in inthis inthis inthiscity
this thiscity thiscityMr city cityMr
el elrr
Mr and andMrs Mrs Adolf Kahn are new lo located hocated 0 0cated ¬
cated in their new home in Ontario Ontarioplace Oatanopldce Ontarioplace
place placeMr pldcer placeMr
Mr r and Dd Mrs rrs Joel ToM oel Hillman and anddaughter arldaughter artdaughter
daughter Miss Emily HIHractn n win winreturn wEreturn wiIreturn
return to the city In a few day and andwill andwill andwill
will locate 1ocateat at the Albany
m The Business Doctor DoctorBy DOCtOi DOCtOiIII
III By Roe Fulkerson nl
VL 1
other things IaUle In the way 0 ° f r routine work workmedicinethat
to do get at them the very first thing
ift the morning D matter hew little
YOU like It It and In time YOU will find
that you Will become so accustomed tl
doln doing Itso used to the taste o of the
medicinethat medicine < that you will do It from fromchoice iromcltelce fromchoiCe
choice rather than because It Is right rightcolder V VThe
The water may be cold but It Is murh
colder to the man who stands staadson on the
bank t11 and shIvers O than an it is to the fel felt f fe I
10w1i1Vbo low who makes the lunge at pace
Dont lay with the spoont t ko your TourHeres
medicine medJcjnHeres medicineHeres
Heres the announcement annou cement of a Rus Russons
sian shopkeeper which has all the rea ien
sons why feature so popular in this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country The reason I have been able
to sell goods so much cheaper than thanlor thananybody thananybody
anybody else Is because e lam I am a tJeche
lor and do not have to charge extra
profit to maintain a wife and children childrenJat
It Is now my duty to Inform the pub
lie that Jat this a advantage antagre is about to be
5idrSn withdrawn as S I am soon to be mar marilcd ¬
ried They will therefore do well to
make all purchases at once at the old oldRacs
rate ratePags rateRags
Rags may be royal raiment mCllt when
worn for virtues
sake but a man
with trousers which bag at the knee
and a coat that shines It at the t e elb e1b elboc < s
from leaning on the show case case ia as
much out of place In the modern busi ¬
ness house as a pair of roller skates
are on a parquetry floor oor Trifles you
say sa So are grains tns of powder but If
y you OU ° S16 gather enough of them together
they will change a Wag into a mangled manrfedpiece Kiea KieaHere
piece of puppy food foodHere foodHere
Here are three telegrams teJe ms which whichpassed whichpassed
passed 6ed betwen a clothier and one of ofsummer
his customers Who was aWay for the thesunmer thesummer
sunmerCustomer summerCustomer summer summerCustomer
Customer Please send roe at ones onesa one onea
a light summer suit suitClothier suitCl suitClothier
Clothier Cl lltler Cant ship until last suit uit
Is paid for forCustomer forCustomer forCnstomez
Customer Cancel order Cant wait
that long longFifty 1oDgFj longFity
Fifty Fj ty million ounces of ei silver are
used annually In manufacturing slIver sllverso > r
ware In this country Xe wonder It Itso Ito Itoso
so nard to get hold old of half a dollar
these days daysOne dars darsORe daysOne
V
One hundred and sLxtyone s t7one new yes es ¬
sets are to be launched on tae Great
Lakes next spring This of course
does not Include small pleasure craft craftonly OlatonIYshlps craftonly
onIYshlps only ships to beused be used In Incommsrc commsrcs
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