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nouncement of the deaths 4lethst of so many
Senators SenatorsSessions SenatGrSSeseion SentOLSes4ois
Sessions in both Houses were were of ofcourse Ccoune ofcourse
course coune brief and an entirely formal fOQJNll fo mI as asIs asIs asIs
Is always the case oa o the opem oJeJilltg g day
It 1 t is not expected indeed that mueh muchreal muehr8l1 muehrei1
real business s will be attempted before beforethe 1teforothe beiwothe
the holiday recese r rec President Taffs Taffsmessage TaUsm TftsTnesage
message m ge to Congress will be presented presentedin
in both Houses tomorrow tomorrowOpening tomorrowOpening tomorrowOpening
Opening of the Senate SenateIs SenateIs SenateIs
Is Marred by Memory MemoryOf
Of the theMissing Missing Faces FacesDespite FacesDespite FacesDespite
Despite the Brilliant picture pre presented presented preseated ¬
sented by the galleries with their theircrowds Ulelrcrowds theircrowds
crowds of visitors visitors a distinctly somber sombera4r S4 mber mberalr mberair
air pervaded the Senate chamber chamberwhen ckam chamberwhen er erwhen
when that body was called to order orderfor orderfor orderfor
for the opening of the third session sessionof sessionof sessIonof
of the Sixtyfirst Congress CongressHundreds Con CongressHundreds ess essHundre4s
Hundreds of handsomely ha1l4bomel gowned gownedladies gownedladles gownedladies
ladies occupied seats in the galleries galleriesand IJleriesa1l1l galleriesanl
and a1l1l looked down upon 1IPO the Senators Senatorsas Senatorsas
as they entered the chamber greeted greetedeach greetedeach greetedeach
each other and took their seats pre preparatory pre preparatory ¬
paratory para tory to the opening But nothing nothingin nothln nothlnin
in the brilliancy of the thepicture picture could couldefface coal coalefface
efface from the minds of those ac acquainted ac acQuainted acqualnted ¬
quainted with the Senate the fact that thatTour thattour thatrour
Tour familiar faces and forms weremissing weremissing were weremissing
missing having been removed by bydeath bydeath bydeath
death since the close e of last session sessionThe lC88lonThe sessionThe
The brilliant DoUiver was wn gone goneand goneand goneand
and many expressions of regret wereexpressed were werewho
expressed t his loss Senator Daniel Danielwho
who has represented Virginia for so sojnany soman somany
many man years Senator MeEnery of ofLouisiana ofLouisiana ofLouisiana
Louisiana and IJd Senator Clay of ofGeorgia ofGeorgia ofGeorgia
Georgia all prominent Senate figures figureswere figureswere ilgareewere
were missing In their places were werenew wereDew werenew
new men
Political Changes ChangesNot ChangesIt ChangesNot
Not It only was it borne Ja a upon 1 every everybody etYbody everybody ¬
body who witnessed ftlt eell the proceedings ft8S that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the hand of death had rested heavily heavilytscon heaTllyuoon heevflyupon
upon the Senate in the fw f months monthssince menth8ince s ssi
since si ince e the close o 8C of Congress C last summer summerhut summerhut SUIflOCbut
hut likewise that there th re had beea mo momentous momentous meinentoni ¬
mentous political changes changesNobody cba changesNobody es esobody
Nobody obody could looK leol upon the Senators SenatorsIn Se atOlS atOlSin
In their places and not reflect that this thister tltIsJs thisis
Js the final sessio for Kean a an Car Carr Carter
ter r aDd Tfeveridge T verid e and Warner ante and andRurkett andHurkett j jHurkett
Hurkett Senator DIck Is another who whoIs whois 110 110Is
Is serving st > rvilUt his last session and a so is isSenator 18SenatO IsSentor
Senator Scett tt of West att Virginia who whoIs wh4is whofe
Is fe however detained taiRed at his rooms by byillness oyW byMlneq
illness illnessSenate MlneqBut
W But if If the nen who are serving in the theSenat thOSenate
Senate for the test time felt in anywise anywiseregretful aaywlseregrrtfui anywiseregretful
regretful or perturbed they the did not notshow notshoW notzhow
show it It Senator AWrich as usual qanal ua1 was waseffusively W1Lfffusively wa wacffusive1
effusively cffusive1 greeted by many of the Sen Senators Senators Sonators ¬
ators ators Senator Sen tor Hale sat in his seat look lookSenator looktng ooking
tng AS stern aDd au austere as he of old okLSenator oldseas
Senator seas tor Depew looked happy and Son Senator SeDator Sonntor ¬
ator YTom Tom Carters countenance re resembling re resembllftJ resembling ¬
sembling the < he historic one of Uncle Sam Samappeared Sam Samappeared Samappeared
appeared in nowise POwl e ruffled ruffledInsurgents rut1ledInsurgents ruMedInsurgents
Insurgents Happy HappyThe HappyTh HappyTho
The Th insurgents on the Republican Republlcaaseemed side sideseemed aideseemed
seemed to be pleased with themselves themselvesand tBe themselvesand selTeS selTeSand
and conscious Ci0U8 of OnSr r added a ded power in iaconsequeaee inConsequence j jconsequence
consequence of the elections electIo and while whilethe whileThe j
the Senate S SonateDewioerats nate Democrats ts were not so s dem demcnstrltv dentcnstrtive j
cnstrtive as asthe their House brethren they theycould theycOo11d theycoild
could not conceal l a certain eminent eminentzenst emlDefttenSt eminentaens
zenst enSt of satisfaction atJ 8CtloD over the results of ofNovember ormem ofovember
November mem ovember er 8 8As 8 8As 8As
As usual Senators greeted each other otherwarmly othrwarmly otherwarmly
warmly without regard to partisan
lines Senator Tlllman who is back hackooking
looking well was especially heartily heartilygreeted heartilygreeted heartilygreeted
greeted by his colleagues So was Son Senator S Sonator n natol ¬
ator Culberson n who has recuperated recuperatedfrom recaperatedfrom
fr from his long illness illnessVice illnessVice ne
frebls ebls I
Vice President Sherman called the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate to order exactly at noon After Afterprayer Afterprayer Afterprayer
prayer by tHe chaplain < the new Son Senators SontorS ¬
ators torS present TIl Dt were sworn in inSenators ia iaSe inSenators
Senators Se aters Sworn In InSenator In InSenator
Senator Lafayette La ayette Young appointed appointedfrom aDP4 anpointedfron Dted Dtedfrom
from Iowa in place of Senator Doiliver Doiliverwas Dolliverwas Doitiverwas
was escorted ed to the desk of the Vice VicePresident VicePnsIdent VicePresident
President by his colleague Senator SenatorCummins SenatorCl1mmias Senatorctiinngss
Cummins and the oath ws adminis administered atlministeredo administered ¬
tered The two are bitter political Jt ene enemies eRe eRemles enenibs ¬
nibs but Senator Cummins did net dis disclose discISe dieclse ¬
close t ty y his manner aer that thatJte he was other otherwise otherwise ¬
wise 1 e than pleased at being bcln called upon uponto uponto uponIc
to nerform this office officeThe otlkeThe officeThe
The new Senator from fropt Virginia for former former foriner ¬
mer Governor Swanson J and d the new newSenator newSenator newSenator
Senator from Georgia former GovernorTErrell < Governor 3overnorTorreil 5overnorTerrell
Terrell were sworn om fci fciAfter tn tnter n nAfter
After ter the rollcall and the adoption of ofthe orthe ofthe
the customary resolutions of notification notificationto
to the House and to the President as aswell asw aswell
w well < ll as s the one relative rel tlve to the hour of ofmeeting ofr ofmeeting
meeting e resolutions U were presented In Intribute Intribute
tribute r to tore the Senators t reW who had Jeddl Jeddldurlns died diedduring diedduring
during the recess Out of respect lCSI to tothem totltem tothem
them the Senators adjourned after but buta butII buta
a brief session and without transacting transactingany transactkrany transactingany
any but formal l business Tomorrow it itwill Itwlll itwill
will listen to the h5 reading readtn of the Presi Presidents PresiCients Prestdents ¬
dents message messageChange mess messageChange e eChange
Change of Seats SeatsSenator SeatsSenator SeatsSenator
Senator Hughed of Colorado CoI rado will oc occupy occupy occupy ¬
cupy the old seat of Senator Se Daniel but butwas butWas butwas
was detained from the Senate by illness illnessas IIIn IIInas illnessas
as was also Senator Elkins Senator SenatorJohnston SenatorJohnston SenatotJohnston
Johnston of Alabama occupied the seat seatof se neatof t tof
of Senator McEnery on the first row rowon rowon rowon
on the Democratic side Senator Percy Percyof Percyof
of Mississippi took the old seat of o Sen Senator Senator Sonator ¬
ator Johnston Senator Bradley of Ken Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky
tucky who 00 has hitherto been on the thoDemocratic theDemocratic theieinocratic
Democratic side side moved over 10 o the Re Republican Re Repub Repubcan ¬
publican pub can side side and there were other otherchanges otherchaDbes otherchanges
changes changesSent chaDbesSeat changesSestor
Sent Sestor tor Lorimer of Illinois whose whoseelection whoseIect1oi
election is being Investigated to learn learnit learnif
1 ttire ree was bribery in connection with withit
it teas among the Senators St present presentThe presentThe
The greetings sreetl between Senators Senatorsseemed Senatorsseemed
seemed unusually cordlaL The insur insurgents Insurents Innergents ¬
gents ents seemed glad to see each other otherSenator
Senator La Follette was not present presentSenator presentSenator
Senator Cummins was one of the insur ln Insurgent ur
gent leaders who was warmly greeted
Senator enator Beveridge Beve Beverld e seemed to take his
defeat with good grace He H was In Incellent ex excellent exceUent
cellent spirits and laughed and chatted chattedwith
with his cclleagues ccUea es many of whomvoiced whom
voiced oicfd regret at his having faDed DC re reec reelection
election ec
ecProceedings Proceedings Brief BriefThe BriefThe BriefThe
The proceedings of the Senate werebrief were werebrief nerebrief
brief Vice President Sherman called it itto itto itto
to order exactly at noon n After prayer prayerny prayerby prayerby
by ny the chaplain the roll was called caDed and andthe andthe andthe
the customary resolutions oft o notification notificationto
to the House e and to the President as aswell aswen asirell
well as one relative to the hour of ofmeeting ormEEtiLt ofmeeting
meeting were adopted These resolu resolutions resolut resolelions ¬
lions t Ions were offered by Senators Hale HaleCnllom HaJe HaleCullom
Cnllom l mtle and Lodge f The committee to tonotify tonotify
eo = o
notify the House consisted of Senators SenatorsCullora SenatorsCullom
Cullom and Money MoneyOwing xoneyOwing MoneyOwing
Owing to the fact the Senate was to toadjourn tcadjourn toadjourn
adjourn early out of respect ct to the thedead thedead thedead
dead members > the swearing sw8lUt g in of new newSenators newSenators newSenators
Senators was omitted This will take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place tomorrow tomorrowTribute tomonoWTribute tO4notTowTribute
Tribute to Dead DeadSenator DeadSenator DeadSenator
Senator Martin rtln amid a solemn eJBD hush husharose husitarose bosharose
arose and advised the Senate of the thedeath Utedeath thedeath
death of Senator Daniel He spoke of ofthe ofhe ofthe
the he twentyfour twenty our years of service of Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Daniel and said no member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Senate enjoyed a higher degree of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the confidence and esteem of his people peoplethan peoplethan peoplethan
than be He referred to his achievements achievementsas
as a soldier lawyer and < statesman and andsaid andsaid
said later he would ask that a day be beset bet benet
set t apart to pay tribute to him He Heoffered Heotrered Beoffered
offered the usual resolution expressing
the sorrow of the Senate but said he hawould heould hewould
would ould withhold ths th resolution to ad adjourn adjourn adjourn ¬
journ because there had been losses Jo in inother Inother inother
other States StatesSenator StatesSenator StatesSenator
Senator Bacon of G Georgia announced announcedthe announcedthe announcedthe
the death of Senator Clay and Senator SenatorArtistic SenatorC SenatorArtistic
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Foster that of or Senator McBnery The Theusual The1IS1Ial Thenanal
usual resolutions were adopted There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was a craning of necks as Senator S nator Cum Cummins CUmOORS Cernmiss ¬
miss arose to announce ann unee the death of oCSenator ofSenator ofSenator
Senator Doiliver who had come to be belooked belooked belooked
looked on as one of the great men of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Senate SenateThen SenateThen SenateThen
Then Senator Bacon declaring that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the sadness and tragedy of this occa occasion occaSion occaSlon ¬
sion bad no precedent or parallel In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the history of the United States In Intribute Intribute Intribute
tribute to the th four Senators who ho have havedied havedied
died offered the resolution reso utlon to ad adjourn adjourn adburn ¬
journ in their honor The Senate ad adjonraed adjourned adJourned
journed accordingly until noon nOon to tomorrow tomorroW tomorrow ¬
morrow when the message will be beread beread beread
read readNever readNever
Never ever before has it been the solemn solemnduty solemnduty solemnduty
duty af the Senate Son ate to listen to the an announcement anrouneement anrOuneement ¬
rouneement of the thedeaths deaths of so many man manor manyor
j or Its members in any recess recessDemocratic receslDemocratic receseDemocratic
Democratic Enthusiasm EnthusiasmRestrained EnthusiasmRestrained EnthusiasmRestrained
Restrained for Years YearsGiven YearsGiven YearsGivenVent
Given GivenVent Vent in House HouseDemocratic HouseDemocratlc HouseDemocratic
Democratic enthusiasm which has not nothad notbad nothad
had an excuse for expression exK e6o for six sixteen sixteen Mxteen ¬
teen years broke loose in the House of ofRepresentatives ofRepresentatives ofRepresentatives
Representatives today with an abandon abandonthat abandunthat bndunthat
that sent a thrill through tltrou h the crowded crowdedgalleries crowdedgaBerles crowdedgalleries
galleries galleriesThe gaBerlesThe galleriesThe
The occasion was the opening of the thelast tilelast thelast
last session ef the Sixtyfirst Congress Congressand Con ConaDd Congressand
and the he e first opportunity < the Democratic Democraticmeixeers Democraticme DemocraticmeMbers
meixeers me meMbers en of o the House have had to ex express expre cxpress
press the Joy jo which has been bubbling bubblingin bubbUn bubbUnIn
in their hearts since election day dayThere dayThere dayThere
There were w re many JOan insurgents who whosmilingly whosmHIn8IJ whos4nhlin5ly
smilingly refused to pay tribute to the theman theman theman
man whom they have been n fighting re releiitlessly re reIt relentleesiy
leiitlessly It > ntJ y for two years but there th re were weremany wereDNUl wereInsny
many DNUl members who went down to de defeat de dere3t dofeat
feat because e of their loyalty to Uncle UncleJoe UncleJoe UncleJoe
Joe who applauded him quite as asheartily ashelrtlly asheartily
heartily as did the standpatters who whowere whoW whowere
were W gi given en another lease of life not notwithstanding BOtwJthsUndln notwithstanding
withstanding wJthsUndln their loyalty to Cannon CannonCajinontsrc CanooBnonlsR CannonCannonlsn
Cajinontsrc nonlsR and the PayneAldrich PayneAldrichtariff PayneA1drlchtaritf PayneAldrichtariff
tariff law
Note ote of Sadness SadnessJoy SadnessJoy SadnessJoy
Joy on one side of the House and andk ande andloyal
k e loyal val al wefcome wel ome on the other was tinged ttegedwith tlRgedwltk tingedwith
with sadness for four desks draped drapedla
la black crepe and covered with with flow flowers 4wwere Sowers ¬
ers were visible reminders that four fourm fourn fourrRu
m rRu n who had participated in the pro proceedings pro proceedt proceedings
ceedings ceedt s of the House upon the day of ofadjournment ofadjournment ofadjournnent
adjournment had been defeated de ted In a abattle a abatUe abattle
battle with death d th during durin the recess recessThese recessTbe recessThese
These Tbe e four men were Representatives RepresentativesTirrell RepreeentatlesTlqeU RepresentativesTirrell
Tirrell of Massachusetts Browslow BroW low of ofTennessee orTennettret ofTennessee
Tennessee Gilmore of Louisiana and andKoulkrod andFoolkrod andFoulkrod
Koulkrod of Pennsylvania Each of ofthese orthe ofthese
these the men > was on the floor or o the House Housewhen Housewhen Housewhen
when Speaker Camion test declared the theHouse theBouse theHouse
House adjourned without date and 4ndonly Ddomy andbilly
only one of them Brownlow vas as In Inlit Inill
lit health at that time timeSpeaker Um UmSpeaker timsSpeaker
Speaker Cannon Cannooaccustome accustomed to demon demonstrations demonstratloAS demonstratious ¬
strations of all kinds kinds was not visibly visiblyaffected 1eibly >
affected ifect d either by the loyalty of his hisfriends hisfriends hisfriends
friends or by the freryied enthusiasm enthusiasmof nl nloC
of his political l enemies mi8 He waited waitedquietly wlltedquietly waitedquietly
quietly and with twinjjng eyes until untilthe un untlthe 1 1tbe
the hands of the he clock pointed to 12 and andgavel andrltht andright
right on the tt < he sent hli ht bI big hney hneygavel iviygavel
gavel crashing to th the desk In front of ofhim 0him ofhim
him called the House to order aad ask asked aBked asked ¬
ed the chaplain to tooffx offer prayer prayerEnd prayerEnd prayerEnd
End Near for Many ManyAs Man ManAs ManyAs
As the Speaker looked l > out over th the sea seaof seaor seaof
of faces ces In front of hiss be could e lkl net nethelp notbelp netbsip
help but notice D that some oJr f his most mostintimate mostintimate t tintimate
intimate friends would occupy J y their theirseats theirseats theirseats
seats but three short months znonthsProminent nontheProntlnent monthsProminent
Prominent among amo these was Represen Representative RetI Reresentatire Sen Sentatlve ¬
tative James James s A A Tawnev of MfniM 3lInjpta 3lInjptachairman tnDfSoCta tnDfSoCtaclHLIrman > scra scrachairman
chairman of the H llriuse use Committee oa oaAppropriations l lAppropdatloos tAppropriations
Appropriations and one ne of the really reall big bigmen bibmen bigteen
men in the House organization Mr Mrand 3IrTa MrTawney
Ta Tawney bad just returned t fom m Pttaf1a Pttaf1aaDd Pinainaand
and his popularity was attested by the thefact lItCfact thefact
fact that Democrats and Republicans Republicansalike Republlca1t8alike Republicansalike
alike surrounded him to express e press i egret lebtetthat zegretthat egretthat
that he had oeen een lefoatcd at the Re Republican Republican Rcpublican ¬
publican primaries oy an tn insurgent insurgentNear tlt8urcntNear insxrcntNear
Near Tawney Ta Tawne 1eY stood Representative RepresentativeHenry RepreEentaliveHenry RepresentativeHenry
Henry Sherman Bouteil oC 0 of Illinois the theman theman e eman
man who has sung the ptaises of ofSpeaker orSpeaker ofSpeaker
Speaker Cannon early and a late the man manwho manwho manwho
who nominated Uncle Joe for the thePresidency tbGPresIdency thePresidency
Presidency and whose wll onegr one Jreat at hop hopwas ho howas hope hopewas
was to see the squire of Danville D elected electedto
to t that office officeBack officeBack officeBack
Back In hIS oM seat seat and perhaps for forthe forthe forthe
the last a time was the hero of countless countlessbattles connUcksbattlesbattles f fbattlesb
battles battlesb battlesbattles battles ttles where shot and shell shellrained snellrained s ell ellrained
rained and battles where the projectiles projectilsswere ttrojectll ttrojectllI projectileswere
were adjectives The veteran was Gen General Generd Genoral ¬
oral Kiefer once Speaker of the House Houseof Hosor Hoaseof
I of Representatives who came back backafter backafter backafter
after he had been In retirement many manyyears man manyears manyyears
years and who wei went t down to 0 defeat in inthe InI inthe
I the Democratic landslide on Novem November Novemblr ovem ovemher ¬
her S S
I Insurgent Array ArrayIf
I If the group of lame ducks natur naturally natura1ly naturally ¬
ally drew to each other otherfor theror for consolation consolationso QOnso tion tionso
so also did a band of Republicans of ofanother oanother ofanother
another stripe group themselves to talk talkover taJko talkover i
over o r the election electionIn elccUonIn
In this group could be seen the au auburXhair auburhalr anburhlr
burXhair of Representative Victor Mur Murdock Murock Mardock
dock who was reelected without a con contest contest contest ¬
test test and who talked insurgency from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the moment Congress CQD = ess adjourned last lastJune lastJune lastJune
June until election day dayIn dayIn dayIn
In this group group also was Representative RepresentativeGeerge RepreentaUveGeerge RepresentativeGeorge
Geerge W Norris of Nebraska who his hisfriends hisfriends hisfriends
friends believe threw away a Senator Senatorship Senatorship Senatorship
ship IF order that he might remain in inthe Inthe inthe
the House to continue his fight against againstthe aga1nstthe againstthe
the rules Near by was representative representativeFowler representativeFowler representativeFowler
Fowler of 6 New NewTersey Jersey the only nly outand outandout outandout outandout
out insurgent Insur ent who will be among the themissing themissing therydsaing
missing when the Sixtysecond Congress Congressassembles Congressassembles
assembles assemblesProminent assemblesI
I Prominent in the group also was Rep Representative ReII Representative ¬
resentative Miles nles C c Poindexter of ofWashington ofWashington ofWashington
I Washington one of the most uncompro uncompromising uncompromising uncomproreining ¬
mising Insurgents in the House who whoon whoon
on 1 March rarch 4 will transfer his activities activitiesto
i to the Senate Senatei SenateThe
i The New York State delegation pre pre prei prorented
i rented a formidable number of lame lameducks lameI latheducks
I ducks among them being Representa Representaj
t five iv < > Herbert Parsons and William S S SBennet SBonnet
Bennet inseparable insep rsNe companions Jake Jakeoicott Jakett Jaiteqctt
oicott tt Farmer Cocks the Roosevelt RooseveltReoresentative Rooseveltw RoosevelteerenentaUve
w Reoresentative DreentatlveT J L Stoat IFassett Fa ett De DeAlva De01a DeAlva
Alva Alexander and half a a dozen dozenothers dozenothers dozenothers
others othersThere othersThere othersThere
There was as S nothing DOthln partisan about the thegreettac thebteetm thegreeting
greeting given Speaker Cannon as he hecame hecame hecame
came into the House chamber at 12 12oclock 12oclock
oclock oclockDemocrats 0 oclockDemocrats cloCk cloCkDemocrats
Democrats as well as Republicans RepublicansJoined Republicansjelned RepublIcansjoined
Joined in applause applau e which was vigorous vigorousand TIborousand vigorousand
and prolonged and which continued continueduntH continueduntR continuedautH
untH the tb Speaker brought It to an ab abr ab abt nbr
r > i the t crf crsh M h of his gaveL gaveLChamp gaeLChamp gaveLClP
Champ Clark minority leader wasl wasDEATHS wasDEATHS was wasDEATHS
l =
ALLEN ALLEXQn On Saturday Sat rdey December a 41 1S1 ISl9 ax axClHsvy Mvy atchevy
wife of Wallace Brown Allen and daughter daughterof
of Capt George and Mrs Redway RedwayFaaeral RedwayFuaeraI RedwayFuneral
Funeral from the th rasMence Shepherd Shepherdstreet ShepherdIS Shepherdstreet
street IS east of BrooJcvlMe Broo ue road at 1 p TO TOTuesday mo moT znTuesday
Tuesday T esday Deeeraber 6 Interment In GJen GJenOed Glennod GJenwcKxi
wcKxi Oed Cemetery CemeteryBCRDETTE CemeteryBURDErlEOa CemeteryBUBDErTBOn
BCRDETTE BURDErlEOa OB Sunday 5uBdR December 4 1918 1918at 1910 1910at 1910at
Funeral services wilt be held from his hislate dsI hislate
late residt re5ide1ee Id iee 5K Maryland aryIImd avenue sooth soothTcest soetkWeq southwest
I west Weq Tuesday December DeceRI 6 6 at 2 p m mEGE mI soDGEOn
I EGE EGEOa OB Sunday December 4 1519 19H at Prov Provideace Pro Proe Proridence
FLAHERTT FLAIIERTYCn On Oa Sunday December i 4 4 191 191at 1910 1910at 1310 1310at
I at 1 a a m IlL BRIDGET FLAttEREr nee neeMaoa neeLe meMaoney
Maoa Maoney Le ey y widow of Michael Ichad Flafcerty FJa erty
Fuaeral fJOlR f o the residence eRce of her sister sisterMre sisterMm
I Mre TOHWS Neone 9Oftl 114 nit 11 Tweatythlrd Tweatythlrdstreet Twe Twentythirdstreet tytblrl
street northwest es oa Wednesday December DecemberT
I T at SW a m thence te St Stephens StephensChurch StephesCbmsh a ai
Church where reqaJera III high g isass will be besaM bemM
i saM for the repose TQ3C ef O her souL Relatives Relativesami R Relativesand v vand
and friends Invited to attend attendTALCOTT attendTALCOTTou attendTALCOTTOn
TALCOTT TALCOTTou Oa Sunday S XXxsemberX December tber 1 19 19M at atthe atthe atthe
the Ts residence enc of his mother Mrs T Ed EdHaaaMeteo EdHa EdHainbieton
HaaaMeteo Ha eu Lutheravltle LutJH nl Md R EAR SAR3CARD EARNARD AR ARXARD
Funeral servteea In the chapel At Oak OakHtl OakBel OakHC1
Htl Cemetery on Monday December 5 5at 6 6at 5at
at 4 p p IR ra
SS2 Pa Ave N WI Wrelephone W WTelephone
Telephone I lhone Main 13S5 11 Washington D C CFUNERAL Co CoFUNERAL CFUNERAL
fir f every description dezcrfptlonmoderatel7 moderately pdce4 priced pricedu14Es z rlc
i 1 2ZI mi u14Es C fj JJ j
Galleries GaUer G41eiiesAre esr Are reThronged Thronged arid Hearty Applause Greets Uncle Joe and Champ Clark ClarkGets ClarkGetsThunderous ClarkT
T Gets GetsThunderous Thunderous Echo From Spectators SpectatorsLame Lame Ducks Limp In Inj InVith InWith
j With Ready Story of How It Happened
When Phen a a tall spare energetic old man manof manof manof
of seventyodd s8VQ ty dd years whose stubby stubbybeard stubbybeard stubbybeard
beard was as a white as the falling snow snowoutside snowoutside snowoutside
outside ascended ended the Speakers ros rosbangetl rostum roetram
tram promptly at 12 oclock today and andbange andbanged
banged the th desk with the oldtime vigor vigorhe vigorhe Igor Igorhe
he caught a panoramic view of galleries galleriescrowded galleriesrow galleriescrowded
crowded row < ed to their utmost utmostThe utmostThe utmostThe
The scene was not dissimilar to those thosewhich thosewhich thosewhich
which have marked other opening days daysof daysof daysof
of the American Congress except that thatwaather thotwaather thatweather
waather conditions had prevented the theusually theusually theusuaHy
usually gorgeous display of feminine fin finery finery fincry ¬
ery and Paris hats Milady rll1ad braved the thesnowstorm thesnewstorm thesnowstorm
snowstorm in oVder rder der to see the convening conveningof
of the third session of the sixtyfirst sixtyfirstCongress sixtyfirstCon sixtyfirstCongress
Congress ess but many of them affected the therid therid therId
rid gray bonnet and the modest walking walkingskirt walkl walkIngskirt g gldrt
skirt ldrt rather than those more expensive expensivecreations expenshecreations expensivecreations
creations of f the mediate and the mil mllMnery millinery soillinery
linery which might mlghthae have added to 0 the thegayety thegayety thegayety
gayety of thdscene the lscene had the th sun shone shoneupon shoneupon shoneupon
upon this dying session of a Republican RepublicanHouse RepublicanHouse RepublicanHouse
House HouseFor HouseFor HouseFor
For a time It appeared as though the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public and especially a feminine public publichad publichad publichad
had lost interest In the lame lam ducks the thetriumphant thetrtumpbaBt thetriumphant
triumphant Democrats and the the down downhearted downllearted downhearted ¬
hearted Republicans At 11 oclock the thegaHerios thegallerles thegalleries
galleries had but a sprinkling of the thecurkwe theC1Iridue thecurietis
curkwe A year ago a a feminine army
had tak taken n possession of the capitol at atS3 at53t at3S
S3 53t 3S and the corridors were ver filled with withscores withscores withscores
scores of the disappointed disappointedWomen dl disappointedWomen appolntedWomen
Women by Scores ScoresAbeut ScoresAheut ScoresAbout
About an hour before the hour set for forthe forthe forthe
the fall of the Speakers gavel how however however however ¬
ever they began to arrive They The mean meaning maInt meanleg ¬
leg women mo mostly l for feminine spec spectators spectators spectators ¬
tators predominated In every gallery
arrived In autos autos in carriages and in instreet instreet
street cars carsThe carThe carsThe
The apethetic look of the t th doorkeepers doorkeepersgave doorkeep doorkeepersgave TS TSgave
gave way to one of interested activity
They were on guard once more pre prepared pre ptcpered ¬
pared JNU to combat the goodnature buffet buffetings bufretmgs buffetinge
ings of the long lines composed of every
class of humanity who wanted want d to see
Sometimes It was a warmlyclad warmlycladmaiden warmlycIijmaiden
maiden in a big hat hat an unobtrusive
little nose being discernible among her hercollars hercoII
collars coIl of fur and other feminine para paraphernalia pam pamphensalia ¬
phernalia intended to keep the snow
from the fact A pair of appealing eyes
looked through a heavy lleav veil and a asmall a aHOan asmall
small elbow poked the stern doorkeeper doorkeeperso
so busy receiving congratulations in inthe 3nthe
the members lobby lobb that be did not notreach notreach notreach
reach the floor of the House e until after afterthechaplain aftertheciiaptain
thechaplain bad concluded prayer As Assoon A8HHKl Asnoon
soon as he appeared in the doorway on onthe onthe onthe
the Democratic side to the right of the
Speakers desk desk Democrats b began ap applauding applauding Z ¬
plauding and cheering The Republi Republicans Repabitcans ¬
cans were not a bit loath to return the thecompliment thecompliment
compliment given to their leader and andas ancIas andas
as Mr Clark walked to his seat he was wasapplauded W88appIwded wasapplauded
applauded by every member in the theHouee theH theHouse
House HoueeAs H HouseAs
As soon 5 as order could be restored restoredand reateredanti restoredand
and the bum of conversation convers tlon reduced to toa toa
a a mlDlmuro minimum Speaker Cannon Can on ordered orderedthe enl8ledtile OrdesOdthe
the reading clerk to call the roB H by y
Deaths AnnouncedThe Announced AnnouncedThe
The deaths of four members of the theHouse leRoese theHouse
House and three members membe of the Sea Senate Seaate ¬
ate were announced In the former body bodytest bodylust
test before beforeadjotJrnamcnt adjotirnaraent The death deathof deethor deathof
of Representative Repr ntatlve Tirrell of Massa Massachasettes Massachusettes
chusettes was officially announced by
his successor Representative Mitchell Mitchellthat Mltehellthat Mitchellthei
that of Representative Brown of Ten Tennessee T Tennes000 n nnessec ¬
nessee by Representative Austin Au tln that thatof thatur thatof
of Representative Foulkroyd by Mr MrBingham MrBinham MrBiagham
Bingham of Pennsylvania PenDs lvanla and that of ofRepresentative ofRepte6entat1ve ofReprmonta1ve
Representative Gilmore of Louisiana Louisianabv Louisianabe
bv Mr RansdelU of the same sameStat sameStatfr Stat StatMr State StateMr
Mr Bartlett of Georgia announced announcedthe announcedthe
the t death of Senator Clay CI y Mr Jones of ofVirginia ofVirginia
Virginia informed the House of the thedeath thedeath
death of Senator natOr Daniel and Mr r Hub Hubbard Hubbard
bard of Iowa told the House of the thedeath thedeath
death of Senator DeSirer At A t the same sametime sametime
time a iressage 1Te e was received front the theSenate the8eRate theSeSate
Senate Informing Inrormln the House that the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate had adjourned out of respect to tothe tothe tothe
the memory of the dead and the House Reusetook Housetook
took similar action
in the ribs as he e was obliged to deliver deliverthe deliverthe deliverthe
the ultimatum ultimatumFilled ultimatumFilled ultimatumFilled
Filled up miss missAaln iss issAsa1n
J Again it was a suffragette or one one of ofsimilar ofsimIlar ofsimilar
similar beliefs who held that the mere moremen meremen meremen
men down on the first floor were noth nothing notilJn notliIng ¬
ing Jn less than th n pubHc servants and that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she had a right to see Z5 e their cavortlngs cavortlngsupon cavortlegsupon aYortfngsupon
upon the opening day of the annual annuallegislative annuallegislative annuallegislative
legislative performance performanceOnce pertonnaBCeOnce performanceOnce
Once more more it was a a man an ordinary ordinarytaxpayer ordinaryd ordinarytaxpayer
taxpayer who perhaps r had > sent the theboss theboss
boss word d that i he teas l sick 6J Just tt In Inerder Inorder i ierder
erder to catch a glimpse of Uncle Joe JoeChamp Joe JoeCltmp JocChamp
Champ Clark and the Iamo ducks ducksShout duck50Shout ducksShout
Shout for f r Leaders LeadersNever LeadersNever LeadersNever
Never was man or women more tan tantalized tantalized tantRliZed ¬
talized however than he who was wasforced waforced wasforced
forced to stand outside the doorways doorwayswhile doorwayswhne doorwayswhile
while so much was goln golnP r an within withinThere withinThere withinThere
There was a mighty shout shoutjoined Joined in by byDemocrats byDemocrat8 byDemocrats
Democrats and Republicans alike allkewben allkewbenUncle alikewhenUncIe when whenUncle
Uncle Joe entered the chamber as 8 the thepresiding thepresiding thepresiding
presiding officer of another session sessionSage se sessionPerhaps IQIL IQILPerhaps
Perhaps It Is the last seselnn that the theSage theSage
Sage of Danville will ever bid the theHouse theHou theHouse
House Hou e to be in order The tribute of ofhis Qfhis ofhis
his colleagues therefore came spon spontaneously spontaneou spontaneousI ¬
taneously taneou lY and a ami d for the time political politicaldifferences JOlItlaaldl politicaldifferences
differences dl < ereaees were overlooked overlookedThe oerlookedThe overlookedThe
The man B saw none of f It It He craned cranedMs cranedIs cranedhis
Ms neck in vain The waiting lines linesadopted linesa40pted linesadopted
adopted a sort of a relay system systemIts systemIts systemIt
Its It s Uncle Joe whispered the fel feli fellow tellow
i low who had a bare lookin lookini lookInGee lookinGee
i Gee I wisht wl bt I I could see chimed In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the blonde stenographer in the rear rearwho rearpurpo rearwho
who had purposely purpo ely missed a day at atthe atthe
the office officeWhat officeWbat
What are they doing now nowTJ nowTae nowThe I
TJ Tae blind chaplain chaplalals is praying prayingsaid prayingsaid prayingsaid
said the longnecked lo neeked informant informantA
A moment later laterthe the pwychologlcal pwychologlcalmoment ptiycholoSicalmoment yehologIca1moment
moment one might say Mythere there entered enteredby enteredby onteredby
by the door to the right of the Speak Speakers Speakers Speakore ¬
ers tank tltbM a portly Missourian walkIng walklag walk walkIng
Ing with rUh his custormy deliberate step stepand stepaad stepand
and looking neither to the left nor norIt norright
rJf right rightft It tw wa wag Champ Clark prospective prospectiveheir prospecthe prospectiveheir 1
heir to the Speakership of the next nextHouse nextHo1Cte nextHouse I
Ho1CteTri911te Tribute to Missourian MissourianLwdqr MissourianLud I
Lwdqr Lud did th the gallery god consider considerhimself considerhimself i
himself If he got to see tho ovation ovationgiven oattoDiven ovationgiven
given Clark It was the first ft time the theDemocrats theDemocrats I IDeJDOelats
Democrats have ye had 41 an opportunity to togive togive I IpYe
give a a real cher In many liT years They TheyBMMle The Thee Theymede
BMMle e the most of it It The galleries galleriesjoined gallerlejoIne41 galleriesjoined
joined in IR too Just as they did when whenUncle whenUncle fien fienU
Uncle U cIe Joe made his appearance appearanceKeflln appearanceHeIIl appearanceHoilin
Keflln HeIIl of Alabama who whose e mighty mightyfits R mightysts btY btYAMt8I
fits sts hits the desk in front ont of o him himwhenever himwbftev himwhenever
whenever wbftev r he becomes imbued with en enthusiasm entb enthusiams ¬
thusiasm tb began the applause of Mr MrClark IrClark MrClark
Clark It was taken up all allover over the theHouse theHOWJoe theHouse
House interrupting the roll call which whichwas whichla whichwas
was in progress progressSuch JHO leMSuch progressSuch
Such Democrats s as Clayton of Ala Alabama AJabama Alebsma ¬
bama James of Kentucky and Bur Burleson Barlsoii
leson of Tex Texas e smiled the smile that thatwottld thatwoCId thatwodid
wottld hardly hardl come off when Nick TCtekLongworth NickLongwotth lek lekLo
worth from the ranks of the theenemy theenemy I Ienemy
enemy came over and grasped ed Clarks Clarkshand Clarkshand i iband
hand just just as the cheering cheerln subsided subsidedThe subsidedThe I
The irrepressible photographers were wereout wereout I
out In force to the galleries The nega negatives siegetives ¬ I
tives they made contain the likenesses likenessesof
of more members of the downandout downandoutclub downand downandoutclub Ut Utclub I
club than perhaps ever assembled upon uponone uponone uponone
one plate glass before Some of the thelame thelame
lame ducks tried not to appear con conscioue con3C1oBe conscions I
scions but they looked up at the thecameras thecameras
cameras rather appealingly j ust the thesame thesame
same 9
Lame Ducks Entrance EntranceThe EntranceThe EntranceThe
The entrance o the lame ducks proved provedespecially provedetipecllL1ly provede
especially e pecisliy diverting to the the galleries The ThewIves j jwives
wives and daughters of many members memberswere memberswere memberswere II
were present and as 8 the various de defeated dofeated ¬
feated candidates Wetes walked in with their theirpainful theirpatnCul theirpainful
painful limps they the were pointed out to tothe tothe i
the edification of those who sat above aboveThe aboveThe I
The limp of Gen J Vrarren Keifer Keiferknown Keiferknown Keiferknown
known as the only living dress suit suitstatesman 8ultMatftilmn suitstatesman
statesman was as particularly noticeable noticeableGeneral notkebieGeneral noticeableGeneral
General Keifer Is old and i it HI behooves behoovesa
a statesman to become crippled in his hisdeclining hlaI hisdeclining
I declining years ye rs There is a chance for forrecovery forrecovNy forrecovery
recovery when political misfortune over overtakes overtakeK overtakes ¬
takes a comparative youngster oong ter like Ben Bennet Bennet Bennet
net net or Parsons of New York YorkJames YorkTames YorkJames
James Tawney TaW e chairman of the Ap Appropriations Ap ApproprlatloRs Appiopriatlons ¬
propriations Committee ao also walked walkedinto walkedInto walkedInto
into lbs chamber with faltering and andJerky andjerky andjerky
Jerky step So did Uncle Lon Living Livingston Ll Livingaton ng ngstun ¬
stun of Georgia a Democrat who has
A ACuisine Cuisine CuisineThats I IThats
Thats Unsurpassed Unsurpassedis I Iis
is the Shorehanls most dis distinctive distinctive
tinctive feature Dainty and anddelicious anddelicious
delicious dishes in an endless endlessarray endlessarray
array of appetizing forms make makeevery makeevery
every meal you eat there a vet vetHable vet vetitable
Hable delight f fEuropean
1 European And AndDomestic AndDomestic
Domestic Wi Wines Winesiof es esf
iof f the very c choicest oicest vintages vintagesare
are always kept on hand handYou handYou
You get the thebest when you go goto goto
to the Sh Shdrehaimits reha 11 ts the lux luxury luxury
ury lovers cafe cafeMusic cafeMusic
Music Every Evening EveningJORX
JOHN T DEYI DEVINE E Proprietor ProprietorJ
1 1II
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been badly treated by Ms e ee ettblency eenetitnencyafter ettt ency encyafter
after twenty years service in the theHouse tileHouse theHouse
House HouseDouglass HouseDouglass HouseDouglass
Douglass of Ohio Boutell the slight sllghtstatued stightstatued slightstatued
statued orator and tariff defender of ofIllinois orIllinois ofillinois
Illinois Joe Gaines of Went t Virginia Virginiaand Vlrbln1aand Virginiaand
and John A A T Hull of Iowa formed formeda tormedsorrowful
a sorrowful quartet And away over In Inthe Inthe ittthe
the back row was Richard Wayne Par Parker Parker Parker ¬
ker chairman of the present Committee Committeeon
on Judiciary His mournful counten countenance eountenanee coentenance ¬
ance evoked evoked smmpathy in the galleries gallerieswhere gaJlerlewhere gallerieswhorc
where the new of his lameness had hadbeen hadbeeR hadbeen
been spread broadcast broadcastIt t tIt
It was 1130 before any member ap appeared ap app appeared ¬
peared p red on the floor Then Representa Representative Repre Representative ent enttive ¬
tive Cook of Pennsylvania who did not notget notget notget
get defeated walked in and took his hisseat blsseat hisseat
seat A moment later Adameon eg egCreorgia egueorgia egbeorgia
Creorgia who probably will get et a com committee committee coinutittee ¬
mittee chairmanship chalrn an5hlp under Democratic Democraticrule Democraticrule Democraticrule
rule breezed in and began to receive receivecongratulations receiveruratultionB receivecongratulations
congratulations from the House at attaches attaches atinches ¬
taches Within Tithin a few minutes the morn members m8IIlbans mornborn ¬
bans began to arrive in ttozene 103 through throughevery throuGheery throughevery
every doorway At 1166 U the floor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the House was an animated scene vie vieIng vie vieIng vielag
Ing with the gallaries above hi the theamount theamount theamount
amount of conversation and laughter laughterproduced Ia8ghterprodueed lasghtcrproduced
produced produeedBanter
Banter for Republicans RepublicansThe RepublicansThe
The defeated Republicans HeaBS were ban bantered bantered bantered ¬
tered on every side It is estimated estimatedthat estimatedthat estimatedthat
that that much abused expression 1 1to4d I Itota Itold
told you so was w need MRJ 1 at the theUnited theUDtted theUnited
United States Stato Capitol today Prior te ttile tothe
the actual convening or the House a agreat agreat
great of time was consumed cq c nswmed ted in inexplanations Ine inexplanations
explanations explanationsHo e explanationsHoii mnatlon i ihlio
hlio Ho Hoii the world did it happen happenBill KppenBill happenBUt
Bill some sympathiser would ask a k a alame alame alame
lame duck I
Well Ill toll you how It was he hewould hewould hewould I
would begin but the story is too sad for fora lora fora
a recounting here hereAs hereAs hereAs
As is customary upon all big days daysin d2ysin daysin
in the House the doorkeepers of the thepress tbepr thepress
press pr gailery had to remain on constant constantguard cell8tntJ1Iard coftetantguard
guard Disappointed citizens cltn B8 who had hadfailed badfaDed hadtailed
failed to squeeze 8ilu e by the public pul lle galleries galleriesnoticed gaJl galleriesnoticed I1es I1esn
noticed n a a fe wvacaat seats over that thatway thatway thatway
way The hopeful did a Marathon arath down downthe downthe downthe
the corridor e rridor and presented pre himself at atthe atthe atthe
the entrance of the gallery reserved re for forTra foJt forthe
t the newsoapermen newsoapermenrm permen permenrrn
Tra sorry but this gallery is ex exclvaively 8cl axelusively
elusively cl vel for the pre pres Yeah hare to toread toread toread
read all about It in the paper would wouKmurmur wouhmunnur wouldmurmur
murmur Charley Mann 8JIn Exit the hope hopeful hopetot ¬
ful to the ranks of the wafting ones oneswho eRaswho
4 who Jammed the corridors corridorsIndications CCKT corridorsIndications
I Indications Indi ations All PointTo Point PointI PointTo
I To an Extra Session SessionSays SessionSays SessionSays
Says Chairman Tawney TawneyAn
An n extra session of Congress is more moreth moretbIon morethen
th then n urobabie rofe ble according accodin to Represen Representative Representative Representative ¬
tative James Ja A A Tawney TaJe chairman of ofthe orthe ofthe
the House Committee on Appropriations Appropriationsunless
t unless there Is unlockedfor untock dfX < s peed in the
C 8po disposition hJoft of appropriation bills bflteitlar bOlsIt billslt
I It I f1 ubUcl whether i1e even the reg regiilar
itlar appropriation a bills ran he passed at atthte atthis
this session s8lon n of Congress Co which opens to today to toclay tolay ¬
I day saw Mr r Tawnev on his arrival arrivalin arrivalS
in S Washington from Panama PanamaAt PamunahAt PanamaAt
hAt At least fortylive days will be need needed needed needof ¬
ed for the passage of the regular ap appropriation ap appropriation appropriation ¬
propriation bills They cannot possibly possiblybe
be passed under that time There are arehut arelHit arebut
hut sixty slxt actual working days for the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present short session With all the thedays theciys thedeys
days set et asidt asid for special business businesssuch busI busIsuch businesssuch
such as calendar cal ndar WedDe Wednesday committee committeeFriday committeeFnday committeeFriday
Friday District I day and pension day I Ido Ido Ido
do not see where we are going to find findthe findUte ilsidthe
the necessary fortyfive days for the theregular theregular thereguinr
regular appropriation Mite I think al almembers alme aImembers
members me rs of Congress s when they think thinkthe thinkthe thinkthe
the matter ove carefully will win agree agreethat reethat agreethat
that an extra session Is not improb improbable 1mproDable improbable ¬
able ableJ
u Mr Tawney expressed th the < opinion opinionthat opinionthat
J mx beopl beoplpleted
that the th Panama canal would W be com completed cornpleted ¬
pleted during 3913 1JJ and that It would be beready bereadr
ready r for operation January 1 1 1H 1014 4 Re Regarding ReJ1innnJ Regarding ¬
garding J1innnJ garding fortifications for the canaL Mr MrTawney irTaWne MrTawney
Tawney TaWne said the th United States Stat should shouldconsult shouldconsult shookconsult
consult other nations before It begins to tobuild toI tobuild
I build fortifications If they th T object It Itwill ItI itwill
will not prevent tour our Building the forti fortifications fortttkatloB8 tottifleatlons ¬
fications As a general proposition A Aam JaM aam
am in favor fa Y8r ef fortifying a a property pro
I lars into which we have put MJtJDilIlons millions of dol dollars dollars dellam ¬
A Srvice SrviceThat
That Us Faultless Faultlessmakes
makes ever meal at The TheShoreham TheShoreham
Shoreham a ahtxury luxury and a pleas pleasure pleasure
ure Theres no needlesS wait waiting waiting
ing no unskilled attendance attendanceShorebam attendanceShoreham
Shorebam Service is courteous courteousand courteousI
I and andprompL andprompLPrices prompt promptPrices
Prices At AtModerate Are
4 Moderate ModerateYou
You get the very best the thetown theN
N town can offer at an unusuaily unusuailyreasonable unusilyU
U reasonable scale of p prices ces Ser Service Service
vice is a la carte and the wine winelist winelist
list is without comparison comparisonMusic comparisonMusic
Music Every veiy E ening eningJOIIX eningJOHN
JOHN T DEVIE DEVINE Proprietor ProprietorJ
J 0
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CONFER WITH TAFT TAFTProgressivism TAFTProgressivism
Progressivism Urged By ByBristow ByBristow ByBristow
Bristow Madison Norris Norrisand Norrisand Norrisand
and Murdock MurdockContinued MurdockContinued MurdockContinued
Continued from First Page Pagethe PageUte Pagethe
the Republican party responsible for forIts torits forIts
Its failure to act actMr actrfr actMr
Mr Murdock also told the President Presidentcountry Presidentcountry Presidentcountry
country was watching watchln the higher courts courtsmore courtsI courtsmore
I more closely than It had ever donQ 1On On4 and andthat andI andthat
I that it was of the highest importance importancethat Import3nceI importancethat
I that the Supreme Court appointments appointmentsbe a intments intmentsibe
ibe be made with dwe deconsIderaktn conalderaien for the theactive th thi theactive
i active interest t the people arc now ink takinz taltI inkmIt
I inz In in the courts and their decisions decisionsAnother decisionsAnother
i Another nlther thing which itich Mr r Murdock Murdockurged Murdockurged Iurdocki
i urged was night sessions of o Congress CongressHe ConJT8S5i CongressHe
i He said the time f for r business was short shortand shortI shortnnd
and the volume of business busln now before beforethe beforethe beforethe
I the session was great rent He said that thatwithout thatwithout
without nfeSt nI t sessions the Sixtyfirst SixtyfirstConfiTe SatyfirstnT SLXLfir3tCongress I
ConfiTe Congress nT would ould end without results resultsReprtsentatlve re ultsRepnsentaUve resultsRepnsentittlve
Reprtsentatlve Madison berated not notthe DOtthe notthe
the fact that Congress was about to toreconvene toreconene toreconvene
reconvene at t 12 oclock ocloc oclocVhen oclockWhen
When he came out of the Presidents Presidentsprivate Presidentsprivate s sprivate
private office of lice he said the conference conferencehad conferencehad conferencehad
had been harmonious whether he and andthe andthe andthe
the President would be able to bar harmonize barmonlo barmonire ¬
monize on a legislative program pro m or not notCommittee notCommittee notCommittee
Committee on Committees CommitteesThen CommitteesThen CommitteesThen
Then he added that the Democrats Democratswould Democratswould Democratswould
would have to show the country on the thequestion theQUestion thequestion
question of a Committee on Commit Committees Committees Committees ¬
tees He said that that was the on onWg onBIg one onebig
BIg issue l before fore the House H e which vnksh the theDemocratic theDem theDemcratIc
Democratic Dem tlc majority could not evade evadeescape evadeescape evadeescape
escape or compromise on onThe onThe onThe
The presence of the four Insurgent Insurgentleaders iDSUrgentleaders insurgentleaders
leaders at the White House e today toda was wasequally wasequelJy wasettusill i
equally as significant as was the visit visitof visItof I5ItoC
of Senator Cummins of Saturday SaturdayThey SaturdayTh SaturdayThey
They Th y said they came by Invitation but butvoluntarily butVoluntarilY butvoluntarily
voluntarily accepted that invitation InvltatlonThe invitationThe invitationThe
The President is undoubtedly using all allhis aUIds allhis
his good graces to win the insurgents insurgentsto Insurgento
to his program pro m for the short session sessionAs sessionAs sessionAs
As each insurgent leader came out he hehad hehad bebad
had a copy of the message messageIt me ae aeIt
It was as announced at noon that the themessage theb themessage
message b would be given Its final nal cor correction correction correction ¬
rection at 3 oclock this afternoon and andthere andUtt andthere
there Utt > re is much speculation among the theInsurgents theIRMlrgcnts theiaiirgents
Insurgents as a to whether any of their theirviews tbelrvi theirviews
views vi will be Incorporated 1nc rporated in the final finaldraft finaldraft finaldraft
draft draftThe
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assures the thorough enjoyment enjoymentof
of ev every y moment you spend at atthe atthe
the Shoreham Cafe It has a aquiet aquiet
quiet ele elegance ance about it that thatappeals thatappeals
appeals to people of refinement refinementand refinementand
and good taste tasteluncheon tasteLuncheon
luncheon Dinners And AndAfter AndAfter
After Theater Suppers Supperstaste
taste doubly deIici delicious us on this thisaccount i
II account You eat with Wash Washingtons j jingtons
ingtons best when you go to tothe I
II the Sh Shreliam < reham and ar are provided providedan providedan j
an exclusiveness obtainable no nowhere nowhere
where else in the city ityMusic cityMusic
Music Every Evening EveningJOR
JOR JOHN T DEV DEVINE Prorletor Projrletor
NOTICEAn Initial Writ au beau pre pee
s sented ted iR VJ the Sheriff a51 Court of Ferter r
shire at Dundee under the Presumption aMptlon
of Life Limitation Scotland Scotland Act l 1891 l
by Mrs Isabella Otbeon Gtb on or Ky K7M < M d widoW widow
resl rtt5MJng resldin n at e e St Pauls Avenue Crtckle
wood wood London craving the Court to find nndT nndRo
T that Ro Robert ertJ ertJGib Gib Gibson > B sometime someth Joiner
Lo Lochee iee Dundee son of the deceased dece David
Gibson GIbson Weaver Carnot tie tie whoa w last
known address wa wag Olympia Waahtegton Wa ldagtOB
United State of America and who was
last heard he rd of In December i lilt 10 M should
be presumed to have died and that tba
Ellen Gibson on Robert John Gibson on Han ¬
nah Gibson GIbson David Gibson Glb on and Mary
Ann Elizabeth Gibson on the whole chit chil ¬
dren of David Gibson whose last known knownaddress knownaddre knownaddress
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cember IMS should be presumed to have ha ve
died upon which Initial Writ the Sheriff Sher
Substitute Sub tttute of Forfarehire has pronounced
the following deliverance uDuadee Dundee 28th I
October mo The Sheriff Substitute di directs directs dlrecta ¬
rects a a copy of the foregoing tor Writ apd andof apdof apdof
of this deliverance to be posted on the thewalls thewails
walls of the Sheriff Court Home Haaee Dun Dundee Dund Dundoe ¬
dee d further appoints notice of the pre presentation preentation prosentatlon ¬
entation of the Writ Writ of the purport purportthereof p1IrpOrtthereof purportthereof
thereof and of this deliverance to be bemade bemade bemade
made by advertisement once o m in each of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Peoples Journal Forfarshlre Edi Edition Edition di dities ¬
tion Washington Times TlIIM and star starToronto Star StarToronto StarToronto
Toronto newspapers and calling caW on all allparties aUparties allparlleg
parties interested Interested Dtere ted to lodge objection 1 1they It Itthey Ifthey
they any an have with the Sheriff < Clerk at atDundee atDundee atDundee
Dundee within twentyeight days after aftersuch tterS1Ich aftersuch
such advertisements with certification certificationStgaed e tlftcatlonSIgned certtheattonSigned
SIgned J C SMITH SMITHSheriff SMITHSheriff
Sheriff Substitute of ForfanMre ForfanMreOf Fertanbtrfor Ferfaznhlreof
Of all which intimation is hereby given givenSigned given givenSlgDed givenSigned
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