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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 3 March 1909

= c e t n i t I t Ift 1 4 i i1Jr r VVV a THE WINCHESTER NEWS rrV rn Pfly SOCInTY j I MIDWINTER AT PALM BEACH FLA TIcs = aspn at Palm Bench Fin Is it its height In February and at thai timajthV wealthy people of New York JUKI the east flock to the famous resort Thl season the beach has had record breaking throngs and the bathing and fish ng has been better than for many rears The man in the foreground with the coat of tan is a type of the men who havea fad for sea bathing and never loso the tan during the entire year acquiring it at Atlantic City or Newport in t the early summer and replenishing it in Florida in the winter IC It V Mrs Harvey Franklin will enter tainlthe Euchre Club on Thursday 1 afternoon I I Mrs Sallie R Appleton of Lex ing on1 will give a lecture on Toe Higher Physical Development of Women at the eouithouse Wednes clay afternoon at 3 oclock All la diesr cordially invited to attend J b The Little Colonel Readers meet witl Miss Helen Ford on Saturday afternoon 4 t &l...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 3 March 1909

fL 1 r T 7 r5 r w 0 f papx THE WINCHESTER NEWS r I Kifeep 4 the poultry yard clean I f t V Manure anddultivate the brxyrcft SoiL It needs is gpod care as thatof theba lance of4fjnir TJhe free distribution of seeds byj thligoy rim riL Is one of the special objects of the National Grange r In trimming the t feet of the colt it is j noi a good practice to use the knife j Rather use the fasp Be sure that the feet area1a3gjyeIedip Keep the poultry in vigorous condi tion < They will so much better be dble to sfand adverse conditions Which are more aptto rise during Ihe Wln tor months Let the young stockout each day during the winter when it is not stdrmy or too blustery and cold The j freSh air and exercise promotes growth and strength of frame and vital organs and that is what must be given the younganlmal so that the ma ture animal will be available i aUa1f 1 Tr Successful frjult growing depends S n securihgigood stOck and keeping In a heal thy thrifty growing r condi n Trees ana bus...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 3 March 1909

v r l w w Ld K c tar rI4R rid pady + t I Jf V < + k > < > 4M i rf v f71C1hkr 71C1hkr A i > M V > f 1 2i > i > XVi Jo j + < o 5 i J i r tt t iff t i ii i L D t i N T i r I 1 i cJK it i L r + a 2 i ty1r f + 0 t wss JHE WHfCHESTEti HEWS f h if y 1 t r If Inaturation ot tbet I I t t twenty = seventhPr < sidettt1 1 It t Jt 1 J r Wt Will Be a More Imposing and Costly if function Than Any of Its Predecessors 1 pt p J r I J f R F1 ROM present indications it is npJ parent thnt there will be no jfnI11ng off in the inaugural cell ebration this year Although he never led a charge of rough riders and andI has no actual right to sing Cheer Up Comrades Mr Taft will be honored by an attendance at the inaugural cer emonies of as great a military force as that which marched in parade behind President Roosevelt iIn keeping with the essentially peaceful and civic char t acter of the incoming president the in dustrial and civilian feature of the pa rad < of next March 4 ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 3 March 1909

r r vU i 7w wr I fl r jP I 1 k 4 I f 4 Ii 11 1 H 4 > It I t < AI I 00 > 4 J = t I 4 Its I PMeEiIt i 44 I 1 + C a THE WINCHESTER NEWS f < Y < ur r It c I I o INDIANA4OPtION 1 I 1AW TO STAND J t 1SCiiaje Kills fiise Repeal > 1easure1 rr J BITJiI FIGHT IS ENDED i Democratic Platform of Last Fall Promised to Wipe Prohibition Stat ute From Books but Result of Elec tlojisHeld Recently In Many Coun I ties cased Several Influential Party Workers to Arraign Them selves on Side of prys I Indianapolis Ind7 Marc 3 The 5 senate of the state legislature has de clded4o continue county local option in Indiana tor the next two years by 0 killing by a vote of 26 to 23 the en acting clause of a bouse bill to repeal v thtt o nt1optlon law which was passed by a special session of the legislature last September The ac tion came at the close of a day of filibustering and the contest was one of the most bitter in the history of Indiana legislation County option repeal was a Demo cratic pl...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 4 March 1909

j 1 l kr t ast Editioj S 5b S S wS r f y t 1 ft 1 > v ijrt i r + THE WINCHESTER NEWS f s C1o j ti T4rt r i i Ti WEATHER TitEWEATHERFair Fair TewlAkt J WrrI FridayI VOL 1 NO 121 WINCHESTER KY THURSDAY MARCH 4 1909 2 CENTS A COPY IMtifrS A WEEK I RECORDBREAKING CROWD SEES WILLIAM TAFT < w j I i > SWORN IN AS ENT OF THE UNITED STATES 1 T Succeeds Roosevelt as Incumbent of I Nations Highest 011iceOath Ad ministered at the CapitalCon gressrnan Sherman Becomes Vice iuf Inaug uration S r WASHINGTON ISOLATED dlt ws i WASHINGTON March 4 3p fOlL 11 hours today Severe storms being al most unprocedent Thousands are I detained at Baltimore and many snore at other points Taft first insisted on carrying out the original program but finally consented to speak in Senate chamber remarking I al ways knew it would be a cold day Presidentr JndiyatiQus aro for clear weather before evening The tempera hire is f freezing mVSpNGXONV March 4Asc vere sleet f nisi motif storm struck raging ing yet The...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 4 March 1909

Tn < 4 i I fr w 7 < i < 7r Ii ii 0 y i i 1 r < l 1 < riH 1wr hn WINCHESTER NEWS MAiW SUN MON TUE WED TIII1 FRI SAT 1 123456 I 1 1S 91O1112iW 1141510 I1s 19O J1 2122232 252 27 tr 2829 30 31 a flz f DIRECTORY r lj 1 IiKentucky According to the last census Ken tucky has a population of 2147174 Tbe area is 40400 square miles 400 of which is water The streams within the State asa rule head in the Southeast and flow in a Northwesterly direction this fact retarded the con struction of railroads and the devel opment of our resources for many yearsThe The early railroads were built from the East and went over the more level territories North of the Ohio River andSouth of th Cumbcrland MouiJains In those days there was only kNljmited demand for coal and lumber > 1 oar that the demand has in creased K t would seem that a kind providence has held in reserve our almlpst inexhaustible util ities until a timer > dhen they are most 0 needed by the coontiOur supply > f timber...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 4 March 1909

I C c I It 1 5 J x t L c H t s I 4 1 S I t 5 k 5 4fS J 5 FjS5 5 5 4 5 Ia a5 5 S l b 4 5 SSS f q1 tt r 1s S 5 rt 5 5 s 7 I i I I t S THE WINCHESTER HEWS PIII Tre I 13FTS1 13FTS1L L 5 INAUGURAL I t 1 ADDRESS I Outlines t POliCY of Adhlinistrati 9 1 PRAISE FOR ROOSEVELT i < S i Speech Begins With Advocacy 4 5 Predecessors Reforms MY QOESTIQHS TOUCHED S l t 5 L y Incoming Presidents Ideas on Trusts and Other Matters < aj 5 S My Fellow Citizens Aay one who takes the oath I have just taken must < feel a heavy weight of responsibility If mot ho has no conception of the powers and duties of the office upon S winch he is about to enter or he ift S 1 lacking in a proper sense of the obliga S tion which the oath imposes t The office of an inaugural address is to give a summary outline of the main policies of jttie new administration so far as they can be anticipated I have had the honor to be one of the ad S vigors of my distinguished predecessor and as such to hold up his hands in th...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 4 March 1909

H f 1 < < rt ir < < Wa > > i kJ I < J t j I r t p > i 1 < t I I 0 1 1 t f IJ r J r > S t l C so i c < l I < S t t I x < S t S c SS c S < S S f 0 S I S d I Pane Fourllfj THE WINCHESTER NEWS THE WINCHESTER NEWS S An Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co f ie InporporatedO tJTv Jjifflce South Main Street Winchester Kentucky H Daily Excspt Suncayt J I > Entered as secondclass matter ffoToniber 28 1908 at the post office ti Winchester Kentucky under the Jet of March 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES 4CarrIer Delivery aily onp year 520 at week ivCr 10 Payable at office or to collector Very week Mail Delivery hs year i 300 be months 150 Mt month j 25 S Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES 1 J Display Per Inch y me time any edition 25 Ckree times within one week 50 ac week continuously lOn tan calendar month 300 our week four times a week 240 < our wee ks three timesianveek 3 0 our weeks two times a week 120 pouf weeks one time a w...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 4 March 1909

c t r iI f t > i 1 i > i s rc s > j i k r 4 I S t THE WINCHESTER J HEWS Piae Flvt I Todirrr 1 r J PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AT THE FLEET REVIEW AJEter President Roosevelt had reviewed the returning battleship fleet from the bridge of the Mayflower he went aboard the flagship Connecticut and I reviewed and addressed the crew This photograph shows the president with llear Admiral Sperry on the deck of the flagship The president has his hat in his hand In response to the salute of the sailors lined up on the deck The party is led by Assistant Secretary Satterlee and Secretary Newberry of the navy department F Bridge Paity 1 Capt John Geary CJ S A and I F Mrs Geary who are spending sev eral weeks in Louisville with I riemls were the guests of honor at I a bridge party given on Monday I evening by Capt an 1 Mrs Kinsey I J Hampton at their home on Sec I ond street The prize a silver beef I I knife was won by Mrs Gary Capt Goary among the men was presented with a brass ink well Capt and...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 4 March 1909

t 1 < 1 4 4 t t r l e S Y l l t 0 t T ffih y 1 at 1 I = 31 SD 4 ic > f c j3 > Fj J J 7 r9b w 1 THE VINCHESTER I NEWS JJD APiN 5WN DQCJlCm WHO REMOyEp16g VERMv rlFOrtMS TOASTED BY PATIENTS ii 1 i t t t r f yhlefi urgeort J B Deaver of German t4 1 KoifHtal at Philadelphia Onlx WHole Man There Table beo irti or ltCons rcqurr tll t PhI1de1ph1aMne hundred and fclity siurgedms ach bearing a se4r wKer his appendix haUlJeeh removed were Hosts to Dr John B Beaver chIef S gtt of the German hospital the otktr night Dr Deaver had removed th niii himself He was the only inah reaenr with his vermiform at tllMMu r Tli aihnef was given at the iJnlver Blty beginningthe of the Appendixless club All the hosts were surgeons and physicians They came from every state and from Canada Even > the waiters were appendix less J Garbed as Red Cross orderlies theyvjinoved decorously around the board Dr Iteaver was not aloao re sponsiBle for their condition however Othej hands hadvbe0n at work there A...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 4 March 1909

E r I7 9 h IT i < 1w i < j i t 7 k i 1 < 1 L i1 THEWIHrttH ESTER Iy wL r C Hi Mom Page 3 congress after a full onsmeration i f the confijietjgf reports of the majority and mlq tot the consulting board and aft 1H recommendation of the war deftsrtMcnt and the executive upon tlieefe reports Recent suggestion that sqouetliiing had occurred on the istlaiiiait irnake the lock type of the caM ts feasible than it was sup I BCMjgd to be when the reports were JKade and the policy determined on e to a visit to the Isthmus of a oard of competent engineers to exam Inc the Gatun dam and locks which are the key of the lock type The re port of that board shows that nothing I has occurred in the nature of newly revealed evidence which should change the views once formed in the original discussion The construction will go I on under a most effective organization controlled by Colonel Goethals and his fellow army engineers associated with him and will certainly be completed I early In the nex...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 4 March 1909

rv T r 1 J 1 t t of I r I > A f 4 4 t flJ 0L J 1 < X I f > i jl t I J 7 wio > T tl > > Vli 44 f If lC I 1 if < Page Ekilit w < THE WINCHESTER HEWSS J WINTHRflP PICKS CONGENIAL JOB K f < Will Be Assistant Secretary iJj q t 11ofNavy A OFFERED STATE BERTH I Accepted Pocitlon t ider Secretary f Knox but Changes MInd at Last Moment Former Governor Herrick Refuses Offer of First Class Ambas sadorship Owing to Pressure of Pri vate Business Interests Roosevelts Last Day In White House Washington March 4President elect Ta t announced the selection of Beekman Wjnthrop to be assistant s rebry of the navy and his accept anqe thereof Mr WInthrop was first offered and accepted the post of as sistant secretary of state but after wards reconsidered it Myron T Herrick of Ohio for bust ness reasons declined an ambassa dorship at the hands of President elect Taft The post was not definite tyr Taft Baying there were two or B3EKMAN WINTHROP three places in which vacancies woul...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 5 March 1909

r u J 1 J < < tl c J < i J ° V f 7 L 1 JJ rr 10 It rtt > > i 1 ii < j fJ i c I i 7T7 111t Last Edition THE WINCHESTER NEWS gti day o a j W r > is r r I tr rt iitrr VOL 1 NO 122 WINCHESTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 5 1909 11 t 2 CENTS A COPY II AGENTS A WEIJt I FACTS OF INTEREST TO THE 1 BUSINESS MEN OF WINCHESTER 1 flirEarel Of Lexington Talks On Advertising And Tells How It Has Increased His Trade The following conversation took place Thursday noon in the Brown Prcctoria Hotel between Mr E L March the Lexington merchant and W A Beatty the manager of The Winchester Mews MR JJARCH WELL ARE YOU READY TO TAKE LEXINGTON AD I VERTISING IN THE NEWS YET MRBEATTY NOT YET l MR MARCH ITS ONLY A QUESTION OF TIME WHEN YOU a DECIDE TO ACCEPT ADVERTISEMENTS FROM LEXINGTON YOU f HAVE MYORDER NOW TO COPY EVERY WEEK IN THE NEWS THE w THIS4Y GOES FOR THE BALANCE OF THIS YEAR AND CHARGE THE SAME RATE YOUR LOCAL MERCHANTS PAY > WHAT THIS MEANS Do you local merchants of Winchester realize ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 5 March 1909

U Ic r r l j J I k J a 7 I 1 L I p I 5 > 1 2 Y p Twt > r r THE WINCHESTER NEWS < q < JNlMToN TUEIWEDriiiu i SAT I 7 S 91O1iI21 44151G11819 29oE31I > It k 4e 1 I Ib DIRECTORY i A I Kentucky rI J According to the last census Ken tucky has a popdlation of 2147174 The area is 40 400 square miles j 400 of which is water The streams i within the State as a rule head in the Southeast and flow in a Nprthwesteriy direction j this fact retarded the con structipjr of orailroads and the deyel t r opmerit four resources for many c r i I i F II years I ThE early lan o ds were built frojti the East and went dyer the more level temtorieat Northofthe Ohio x River anaSouthof the Cumberland j Iouniin5 In thos days there was j only a limited demand for coal and r luBibBrr N6w that the demand has in g creaseji 7 t 1 btjld seem that a kind pravidencfl has he jl j reserve pur almpst ine Jchaus 9 ble util t ities until a time wHen they are most < needed by the country 1 Ouiup1y > f tim...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 5 March 1909

D 9 1 1 v r I i1f 0 i 0 < i2 > L 1 h xi < < rjO F 1 h > lrtir ct r cjc > fejittSlftV 4 3 I c 4 4 3 ir i bi t THE WICESTER f f t JJ J 1RE nF HnM TOWNS hnpdjjtarice ot Bulging the Usei fyl and the Beautiful HbWAA SCHOOL CAN BE USED SKould ic the Very Heart of public > Effort and Thought Need of Tree Pantn 8ooietieeValue of Com < necl Effprt 2 The Ambition pfl a good citizen should be fo create a completely furnished I fprn In this way the civic and po poSiticaj ery town in the United States should fee nindenQt only beautiful by its citi zens but wealthy as a political organ ism Bays the Independent If wealth fe scattered or donated to an institu tion at a distance the donor cannot as s cJ te his benevolence With the home sentiment The town is the home and jiouiX be aa sacredly considered as I the smaller homestead What can one do for his own town He ctin certainly do something far bet r ter thpn fighting evil Ive can build the F useful and the beautiful Among t...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 5 March 1909

II C s i ir > < j s j 0 < ty 1 J 3 i v < > a l r > Jr 1 < J < i c f v r I y y i Jj is P + a r < < J r f > < J i i rI a rage Four 1 t YTHE WINCHESTER NEWS w r E WINCHESTER NEWS An Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co Ineorporated l Office J South Main Street r b Winchester Kentucky 4 DaiIYExc pt Suricay Entered as secon class > matter November 28 1908 at the post office f Winchester Kentucky under the lit of March 3 1879 tr SUBSCRIPTION I RATESI r 1 Carrier Delivery I 520oily 1teekr i I1t 10 Payable at fl ceo to T collector 4Iryweek Mail Delivery year 300 months 150 It t month 25 jiiable in advance a it ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch 41 time any edition T s 25 cue times within one weels 60 v ek continuously J 10 cJlendaj month l300 weeks fonr times > week 240 weeks three times a week 180 vesks two times a week I 120 Wok one tim t week 75 J discounts 3 months 10 per Iti months 2pJer cent oily J f 33 13 percent Reading ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 5 March 1909

w rr l t c I ii tt JV r i a i < t2 i r + 1y A < Jii a c l il FL f i < a 4 y v l5f J S t r a < E 1 < t t T fi f + v QV THE WINCHESTER NEWS i 1 ht J i lmpcEY 1rL SOCIETY i nrA > T ROOSEVELT ADDRESSES THE MEN OF THE FLEET 1rI J his photograph was taken while President Itooscvoit was addressing the j officers and men of the flagship Connecticut when the battleship licet returned t to Hanipton Koads The president stood in the drizzling rain on the after turret of the vessel and complimented the crew and thanked them In the name of the people of the United States for their excellent behavior and andfant The Little Colonel Readers meet with Miss Helen Ford ou Saturday afternoon Y X t T > fie Cooking Club will meet with Miss Fannie Combs Scott on Satur day 1 + i Miss IHorrye Smith will be the I charming hostess for the Literary andSocial Club on Saturday < J Euchre Party i One of the most enjoyable evenS of the week was the delightful Club party give by Mrs Harvey Fr...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 5 March 1909

r I r r < t i c i J i k 4 OJ < t t 4 i 4 t i L sJfr cc I I 1t L c = SS 4 I Uti j3r 2a9L vqr 7 i t i j fc l THE YIKCHEStER 1jEW r 4 0 lt YMJNGSAjJ ID J sirs NEW i > RECP VETERAN PLAYER COST CtEVE ijLD 8 IALLfSLUtl A 1 < V TOTAL OFt175O C OASHND TWO SEN IN DEAL 1 t1 i octons Reasons for Letting Star Box ArttGoTkat He Jli tIWa Graid TrkrIeven by I1IjNeordot r irl ye rJWltha Losing Team 1 it rsaained for old Cyn Young to break ine baseball records for firfngy ingythei highest price ever paid for a player It is reported on reliable au thority that there was a check ex changed between the Cleveland and Boston clubs for just 12500 for he r eue of Young The two players Chech and Ryan RaJ1WJo qstt tlie Cleveland club 3000 apiece How ever Cleveland had offered the am p Ir foc 5000 whick would make tHe cGt of Youngs iertfee tt 3IvaM exactly 417600 And that for a pitch ociwkp pro wont be at Wbps for mere than two years longer The New York XJiants were hitting the high spots when the...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 5 March 1909

I 4 j 1 t 1 v I I 2 t e f d f < r Iv X < J 4 7 I r THEWINCHESTERNEWS t KAUfMANS DErI California Hercules In Earnest 4I ABoLttFiUht With Jim J firies DELANEY SURE I HE CAN WIN AtutsM4deiTithiks His Proto Has 6pndId Chaffce of Winning Chmniip From BJg J iDois DcIa4y l < norb of 3 QndiU By TOMMY CLARK The Avalanche of currency and con versation that will sootier or later IqthQd4I I hCl ywelghfclillmp1on bhck iiit the prize r ng has suddenly taken a new I turn 1th e tide of vpublle Interest has Kaufmanii iiof California Jnnd threatens to toss r Jack Jolinsoa Tip oh fhe sails of tem I porary obscurity The Decent challenge of Kaufman to p Jeffries through his manager Billy Delaney has stirred tip the pugilistic world V To back it up Delaney has posted r000 in the hands of Al F Smith the famous stakeholder as a guarantee that he will bet 10000 in cash on the youngsters chnnces in a light against Jeff When big Jim heard of Kaufmans challenge ho made the lac cvreply Kaufman can not ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 5 March 1909

1 I L r f r p4 11 l i jfrl L J fJ Jfc i 5 i i tl X < W C J Las A 4 < IUf il i iE = a s + c nMA < t lfjJ lI < t II 1n < t t C t i < t > > z r IeIEIQht uf > THE WINCHESTER NFWSr 1 t ll BALLINDS THEI YSCAYETIES President and Mrs Taft In i HAttendance r NOIED PERSONS THERE c Diplomatic Judicial and All Official Circles Represented at Social Func tion Jn Pension Building Costumes of Ladles Declared to Be the Most Beautiful Ever SeenBrilliant Dis play of Fireworks Brings Outdoor Inaugural Features to Close Washington March 5Last night a t 9 30 in the gaily decorated corridors of the huge pension office building a great throng of gorgeously attired iy n black and white and blue witn gold lace assembled and tripped the light fantastic in honor of the incoming president and his family The ball room presented a brilliant scene president and Mrs Taft Vice Presi dent and Mrs Sherman and thejr families were the center of attraction They did not however remain long at t...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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