THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1925
senators and attaches, contained ing at the Capitol, and led the way Dawes committee, for which its chair-
snore than 700 persons on the floor, brack to the White House by way of Great Successes In Politcs n la g eyresponsible, as done
\U with many o them necessarily stand- Pennsylvania avenue. Senators filel more than any other undertaking to
ng back to the chamber to consier exe- Ilc Life O f 7ce-P residen f sete the repaions questo" Al-
il i When al was ready in the cha mber, utive business in extra seion, an though the plan has not been given a
I U U L lide)UiCoolidge, esorted by the the remainder of the partydisbanded. complete trial it has at least stopped
i Iiitte' (n n1Marranretants, was When the head of the inaugural Iu the lttle town of Marietta, Ohio, of makin. is work and earnest ef- for a while the quibblings on both
iA u n into the chmber through the procession reached the White (louse it there was born, August 27 1365, to fort at this time ranked him next to sides.
~, ? (Continued from Page One) main door, and to a seat on the floor halted for a moment while President (Gen. Ruus lR. l)awes and his wife Hanna as a responsible factor in Mc- Another great financial work of
While Congress was winding up its!at the right hand side of the center Coolidge, Airs. Coolidge, Vice-P'resi-; Ma'ry, a son, Charles Gates Dawes. Kinley's election and the success of 1r. Dawes came a little earlier, under
hlen oures us in th oi aisle, and facing the rostrum, on which dent Dawes andMrs. Dawes, members Jugt 21 years later the same boy was the Republican party. President Harding's administration.
-tessnt l committee called itthe., Vice-President elect Dawes was un- of their immeliate families and a few graduuated from the Cincinnati Law More than a national figure Mr. He was the first director of the
SHueso scoitlte ceide n eliately escorted to a seat. The guests including members of tine cabi- School, having taken his A.. at Aar- Dawes has become an international Budget, and drew up the first one
to the Capitol. his was soon after Senate chaplain ofiered an appropriate net and ranking oficers of the Army, ietta College in 188 . The same year one, not because he has recently been after many months of work in ob-
eleven o'clock. Pennsylvaniap ae lrayer and Senator Cummins, as pres- Navy and Marine corps, and the Con- of his graduation from law he was elected Vice-President of the Unitd taining estimates from department
despite the restricted program which ident of the Senate, called the assem- gressional connuittee conducting the admitted to the bar and began prac- States, but because of the work he heads and seeing that these estimates
cut down the show, waspackedm athe1 blage to order. A silence settled over arrangements, took places in a small ticing in Lincoln, Nebraska, where he has done to clear up the Euronean did not exceed actual needs.
Ptesident, escorted by a trop of the company as Senator Cunmnins and stand built over the sidewalk from knew, and was intimately acquainted financial mess. The work of the Perhaps the greatest achievement
cavalry and guarded by secret serv- the Vie-President elect faced each Which they reviewed the procession as vi h John J. Pershing, which fact,
ice men, passed along. At the Capi_ other; both raised their right hands, it passed by. i probably as much as any other, in
-to4 he went at once to the President's Senator Cumnmins read the Vice-Presi- The parade was less than an hour fluenced his appointment to the post
room adjoining the senate chamber dent's oath. Mr. Dawes repeated the in passing the stand, and at the con- of Brigadier General at the opening
;and busied himself disposing of acts words as they were spoken, and as the elusion of time review President Cool- of the Great War.
of Congress which either became laws result of this brief ceremony the coun- idge returned to his office and went Mr. Dawes' first political connee-
by his signature, or which under the try had a Vice-President for the first to work. Vice-President Dawes drove tions were made during the time of
Constitution got "pocket vetoes" if he time in 19 months. to his hotel apartments, planning to McKinley's campaign for the Presi-
chose not to sign them. The assemblage within the senate go to his office in the Senate tomor- dency. In the winter of 1894 a pale,
The prelude to the inaugural pro- chamber thereupon began moving in row. slight boy, whose appearance wasI
cession, for the president's journey order of precedence to the inaugural The inauguration, ranking with any anything but impressive, visited the
to the Capitol is always the first part stand outside. A commodious steel of its predecessors of a century for hotel suite of M ark Hanna, McKin- NeuiJacquare Weabes
of the actual ceremony, was quite caopy had been erected so that Pres- simplicity, was over. Certainly it !ley's political manager and at thatN
different from that of four years ago, ident Coolidge could take the oath of ranked with any of its predecessors time the greatest single factor in Now inStock
lor President Coolidge hadl no out- office in full view of the waiting thou- for economy, for instead of $100,000 American politics.
going president to accompany him. sands and not be compelled to go which the local committee planned to "He doesn't look much, does he," re- $ . 0 .I0
.ouryears ago, Warren Ganalielthrough the exercises inside the Capi- spend on decorations and display, less marked Mr. Hanna, after the boy had
Larding, a picture of robust health tol building, unless the weather was than $500 actually had been disbursed. left. But, the fact that he had offered
'o soon to pass away, rode with the unusually severe. Stretching to the his services free for the McKinley
pathetic figure of Woodrow Wilson right and left of the President as he Don't delay-Pay your Subscription cause made an impression far more
and with deprecatory gestures to the faced the crowd, and at a lower level today. lasting than mere looks are capable
crowd, stilled cheers intended for running from north to south, were
him, out of consideration for the al- long rows of temporary benches fom'
' ;'l"etdy dying man who rode in the car-I the seating of the several thousand New Chamois Famle Stri
,V1r0iage beside him. Little did any one persons invited to places at the cere-
m n. Each Senator andl eresnta-
dream that before another inaugura- mn.Ec eao n ersna
tion had rolled around, Harding would tive had some seats at his disposal.5 Q
have preceded Wilson to the great but none had enough for all the de- Pafr $4.
beyond.ands made upon him. Immediately
While President Coolidge was at iin front of the President's stand was
work in the President's room at the the full Marine band, resplendent in
Capitol Vice-President elect Dawes scarlet coats and gold braided caps.
apd his party arrived and took their The band occupied a place formed as
places in the Vice-President's room a small hollow square, and on the
where they were greeted by Senator three sides, as far back as the Con- See Mrs. Merric1 about her planT
Cummins of Iowa, who since Mr. gressional Library to the east; The
House office building to the south, anid I nvhei'cbvho can have the ejy
oSlidgee became sident has Pre nateoffice building to the north, c9 i S. Unibersity Abe. 308 S. Stat
sdod, over. the Senate. There M\r.te
Dawes and his party awaited the thousands stood on the pavement of meait of a Chinese Rug, and pa
S beginning of the Vice-Presidential the spacious plaza, or found places of
inaugural ceremonies in the senate vantage on the fountains, monuments for it monthly.
chamber, which preceded by a few or in trees. The inaugural party i
minutes the inauguration of President passed through a lane of Marines as it
Coolidge in the open air outside. came from the Capitol and entered
Just as the Sixty-eighth Congress the President's stand, President Cool- 1 have 88 neerugs to arrive soon.
- died by constitutional limitation at I idge walking with Chief Justice Taft,
noon, the Senate of the Sixty-ninth I the members of the Congressional
Congress came into being, called in committee; Vice-President Dawes and
special session to consider executive his party aid a small party of high
appointments, and incidentally, to officials following. There was room
inaugurate the Vice-President. A for 30 or 40 persons on the President's
noecessy to inaugurate theVien really roncA
special session of the Senate the Vice_ The ceremony here too, was simple BT( e. S[mL v
President; he could take the oath of and (1 brief. President Coolidge, stand-
fce before a justice of the peace if g bae-heae with his right had
o- ce boe ad te of th peace iup-raised, faced the Chief Justice, who Phone 3155 92 Church St.I
,hte hhenit assembles in regular read the oath of office prescribed by
ssion next winter, but it is the cus- the Constitution; President Coolidge
rep~eatedl the words slowly as the Chief'
whichadjoissthechainrhand o ouncedft. hem n d h~en, to Next s m e ewt*lT
The diplomatic corps, all invited to a then summer be with B. E. Ta
IIlht Ceremonies, assembled in the stoped ant Tsse he Bibe in the
r marble room which adjoins the char o ue Comm unity Builder, selling subdi
beresplendent in their gorgeous full the crowd, and, as the roar of applause lllliflllillllllllllllilillllli 1191il ill11Ilil l llllilllllllIll
dress court uniforms. A new doyen and cheering died away, began the ties in Greater Detroit.
hbaded them this time, Senor Riao, delivery of his inaugural address.
the Spanish ambassador. He took At the conclusion of the President's -Realestate selling is a profi
his place as dean with the departure address, the Marine band struck up a -
of the former French Ambassador lively air; the President took his place
Jules J. Jusserand, who had occupied at the head of the inaugural proces- that you should not overlook.
the place of honor at five previous sion which was waiting in formation 1
inaugural ceemonies. The diplomatic in the streets and avenues converg- Such work is no snap. It ta
corps entered the hamber accordingh
to rank and precedence, fixed in order enerye number of
of the time they have been accredited C
to the United States, the ambassadors Do Presidential Inaugura- the returns are usually astounding
leading the line and the ministers lions Influence Feminine
Coming after them.,u o n w at m b
Then came the justices of the . Dress? But I don't know a thing abo
Supreme Court headed by Chief Jus- Iestate, you say.
tice Taft, in their sombre black silk Perhp. nol, yet time conserva-
robes of th~e bench and taking chairs t 009in P ei e t Co ld esP rh o o n o u
placed for them at the right of the policies finds a parallel in -the I Perhaps you do not " but -
incoming Vice-President. After them conservative lines in sports and m h n
members of the House of Representa- formlal costume.bet salesman when he started.
tives entered through the main door , i
and took places reserved for them on "But I don
the west side of the chamber, while u
the senators gathered at their reserv-
ed places on the east. Sprinkledsay
among them were distinguished offic-
of the army and navy, afew form- Perhaps not-but we have seN
er members of Congress and as t,per-
sons who have publicly received the made good money within their fi
thanks of Congress and therefore are s
entitled to places on such occasions. l Consulting Costunmer us who didn't know a soul in De
When all the party was assembled 222 Nickels Arcade
the senate chamber, a comparativelyI Phone 3059-Wou would not be expected
azwall room which ordinarily seats 961 =_
of Charles Gates Dawes has been his
election to the position of Vice-Presi-
dent. HIe made an excellent running
mate for Mr. 'Colidge and did every-
thing in his power to make possible
the success of his party. He was the
first nominee for that post that did
not know of his nomination until he
heard of it over the radio in his home.
Since his election Ar. Dawes has
,been asked to sit in the meetings of
the cabinet by President Coolidge,
something which has not often been
done, the first attempt at such a plan
being made by President Harding.
Mr. Dawes, however, has refused to
I sit in these meetings on the grounds
that he would be creating a precedent
ikes effort and
ut selling real
either did our
veral men who
rst month with
to go into this
We carry on
at are produc-
give our sales-
man; you have
ability we have
t twelve years
~wo "sales" a
than you could
Why not eat your meals in a homeli
And the food yon eat here is all honme-m
the popularity of our luncheons--it is pie
Daily from 12:00-
i0c and 6c
ke and refined atmosphere
ade. That is the reason for
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