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"Natural Rescurces of No Con
sequence Unless There Is a
Virilc People to Use Them."
U. S. CITIES RULED WORST
We Must Take Heartlessness
Out of Industry Before We
Can Put Heart in Work
men, Oovernor Declares.
Jr.diannpoiK Oet 8, _48T4tfTK>r WOOd-OW
Wllaon. ln :.diir.- ?Itttg th- National QOtr
vervatlon Congris-- her. to-day. preachcl
a doctrlno of or.s, rvaMon of humarl Ilfe
in licu or an e_B*aeted dlvourso on thfl
conservation o' naturnl 1*0008*08*
"The more widely are vlew tho fie'.d of
'.bllgation." hfl aald. "the more clearly it
*.\ili epoear to us thal our duty !s only
?^one ln roafliert of the laying of the
foundations when we have conserved the
Tiatura! rcsourcer of Amerlea, tor th08a
t.atural re.--ources are of no oaflnflflfluenaa
Unleafl there la a free and vlrile pople tfl
Th< -4*r4/er_oi axprsaaed hk "profound
aympethy with th* whole work" of the
National C'onaervatlon Ccngress. and h'.s
><a_rtseol_r 8rymaa-hy with that rart
arbleh atrvcts the c4B8_*erea_ew of tha vttal
8888*87. of Ihfl POOplfl of the T'nlted
Tho Pre-:r!r.r,ti.:i nomlnee declared I
now ihe Unlted Btelefl arafl putting
tha finlshing touches to its governnier t.
''Atmoat ..II ? 14 baal foverned iltlos ln
the v <?:;?;. ' ?- ootrttoued, "art oa Iha
wther Bkte ol the water. Almoet all thfl
worst governed cities la thfl arerkl "?
the ctvt_aed worid-are in Amerlea. and
the tbitig thal i -r.ost taxlng to our po
lit'cal geniua la m?hlng a decent finlsh
(-rhere We ma,'. nioh a _B8llM8U?fted be
?lnning. You can feel It under rou M
: ou travei ty. _oa .ar feel it
ln tha paveaaeal re i rovtokmal,
Baoel of thera haven't been lal i
and ln Jolttl ' ??'" 18 tl t ire BOt |
i . : loln thor ? I" ? rtcan j
dty. W8 feel thi Joll of unfinished
\- . ? ?? . en't bad Ume or ^e
have let ih< ntract to thfl wrong man,
but whatever be the cause, we I ave not
u*ompleted the Job In u way that oujht
to be aatlafactory to our prtde.''
Take Hear-tlessness Out ol Industry.
The Oovetnoi r ferred iriefly to f?Ctory
bad labor condltlons, aying In part:
We muri tabe me heartlessness out of
Industry befon w< eaa put the heart in
the nv n '\\i are etiKuged ln industry. ;
Th. employer ha<- got to feel that he
Is deallnB wlth fl-sh and hlood like hls
own. and wlth tlb fellO- int r., Ol
liit emrdoyes wlll not i*?- bi sympathy ;
?-vith him and wlll not be in aympeth.v
arlth Iha work And a man who ls net |
ln aympethy with bla wort wttl not pro- :
h? thlngi ur<- an worth uslnu.
JuH 80 *"?'?' ?i you make lt a tnatter
-,? i*oneclenc4 with your leglslaturee to
to li that buman Ilfe la eonaerved
i roceaaea tooi .
to soon aa you make 11 tiie <*uty ol so
'?'.et"- to releaae tbe
Blenally on the nlaygroundt aurrounded :
wi'f, *4*auty, lo give it. ren iri th< dtlee, ]
th< lonch of nature and thi freedom of ]
*b? op- n aky: |uel to aoon aa you r.a1:/.
and have aii BOctct) reallae that pl83 and
aniovin'-m ar" r_rt of fhe I ulldlng up ol
the liuman aplrtt. and tha* the lo.O must
aometlmea be lifted ->r else lt wll! b. a
brcaktng load. then jou wlll begtn t^ aee
that your fectorlea nre dotaig ??? Her wora.
Thc Coverroi'.^ apoocb wma received
with gr> it B| ptauoe.
Wants Federal Control of Marriaaee
l'.-ii'iai ooatrol ol rafltrrlagee and dl
-, ,,r< es was recommended by Mre Orrlllo
_ Urlght, ol Chlcago, who tiddresaed thi
congreaa to-day, aa the repreeentatlvc oi
the National Congreaa ot alotl
"The federal awemment regulatee in
terntate commerc. and .* cpn
uol of rnerrlagea and dlvorce," Mrs.
Irrtghi ? :.i "A standard ol home inalt
lng should alao be eatabllahed. and tralns.
ta*. ime as uaed for agrlculture in?
atructlon. aent over tbe country deaioa
atratlng thi ubject."
Court Sustains Ohio's Separate
Judicial Ballot Act.
iltrmhua* ohlo. Oct 3. f>hio'.-. nea*
partlaan Judiclary law araa beM valld aad
(onstttJtlo'...1 ' y thfl Supretue Court tc>
_ey. Tht .je.iMcr; waa glven In tbi
of Morris J Welnberger, a Clevelaaaf tas>
.;, who aaked for an Injunciaon to
jireveni th< cuyahoga Counl electlon
.J tr.-ii) prlntiiig th- -lam-a of Judicial
rindldatea on tbe aeparatc brii". aat|_rba
ot Krvln D. Frlt h. "f Akron,'to
rompel tha electlon bourd tot summit
f'ounty to prlnt hls name on a party ticket
n,a Us car.dldatc for a Judgeshlp. The
court beld against Iroih i-onteatants.
The non-partlsan Judlclary law provlds*a
for the electlon of all Judlclal eandldates,
from juatloe of the Bupreaae <'ourt to Jus?
tice of tl.e peace, In 8? BtrtcUy non-par
tisar manner by placlng tlielr nomaa <-ii
an independent ballot without party desig
nation. In tbfl two cases brought ln the
Supremc Court in an attempt to knock
out the 1-w lt was ooatB__ad that the
t-tatutj deprlved tha elector of hls conatl
tutlor.nl r'ght bv taklng away his means
of knowing the polltlcal ifltaeaBafl of the
SEVEN HURT IN CRASH
Two Automobiles in Collision in
?evea B*areo_fl were InJuieU ln Jamaica
yesterday w':en two uutomobllea came
together at Hlllalde avenue and the Hoff
B8_a Roulevard. Two of them were ao
badly hurt that they had to be removed
to Bt. Mary'* Hospital in Jamaica, but
the other flv*. althoug-., fifferlng frorn
.nitaea and euta, wnt to thelr BMBBBBt
The two ln the hospital are Mrs. Kdlth
.<;rone, No. ii!?; tiawt ?Jd atreet Canarele,
who baa posslble lnternal Injurleo, and
.lohn Vaught. No. 1_N Kaat 92d stre. t.
Oanartilt. laceratlon*. nnd a wrencbed
The others In the automobiles were
faculs Crono. owner of one of tiie n*n
ihlnee. a twenty-two-year-old daughter
8. Vaught and Frank Btrlnger, of No. 148
Orand avenue. Queenn. They were ln one
car. In the aecoml car were Daniel
tleltena, of No. 1*4 Kast 9"tli atreet, Flat
buah, and hls wlfe. Hophla.
NO DRESSMAKERS* STRIKE
T! c offlcers of tlte lnternational Lodlee'
tiarment Workirs" t.'rion, jn behalf of
L?dle.s' Tallors and Drcssmalters'
l!nlon algned an agreement yesterday
wjtli repreaentatlvea of the Merchants'
t*VKlety of laadles' Tallora and Drcas
tnakera, basexl on the demands of the loca!
union. to contlnue for a yenr. By thih
tigreement, ? hlch averta a strike of aboul
fuur Uiouaund workers. tiie regular wages
remaln the aame ae In an agreem-nt
w. lch haa axrrfrexl, l.ut ?*etter terms aro
grented to fh4- onlon for overtlme work
flod more bajUdayfl are to bt iaid for.
MORGAN, SUAVE. TtLLS
t onllnur- fr_m Brs* p?r*
I hlnk thoy would take anythinc they
could get," Mr. Morgan repllod.
"They wtmM hava taken an yauri
nsst-ts?" raahed Benator Puynter.
"Vou mcan there waBn't uny HmM to
that game?" Inqatred Baaator Hom
Mr. aforgaa'fl reply wn rr-"f,t c'n*
paattlc. "No, th*ro araaa't" Ani araa
Um Roaaavelt men who hava baaa
packlhg the Senate con.mHtee rooni to
make ready for th? eppearaae- ot tho
colonal to-inorrow JolneJ ln the gen?
The flnuncier alao gave his view* of
politlcal gratltude. Hc had admltted a
.t baforfl that when Mr. BUss
came to hlm to get another contrlbu
tlon he gave frO.OOO ln caah, and when
he Waa asked whether he had not calk'd
attention to the fact that he had al
rcaiv gtvet: $100.0^'. he nald that the
e.irlier contrlbution had Mlpped hH
"Well." rctnarked Henator Pomereti".
?ut l-ust they should have shown some
gratltoda over tiie total."
'Mv obllgatlon waf gone when they
got from me what thoy could," aaM att.
Than Baaator Paynter nPked: "Put
did vou net eeek to remlnd them that
thal was ?< very llberal contrlbution
that thi y ought not to ns'.t you f.-r
"No; becauae they aald lt waa an
emergency: II wnn the necesslty flf
gettlng more money."
"Hut after you had made the fln>t
rantrtbotlon you mu?t have been flur
priefd when they in-ne back for more?"
-No,' eald thfl flnancler, wlth lrony,
"1 got accuftomeil to lt."
Finda Qratitude Rather Searca
? Pid Mr. Cortelyou. Mr. Bliss, Mr
Odell or uny of them exprees tholr
"No," sald tbe witne-s; "gratltud* |
haa baaa rather rarca ta w cxperi- j
Tbfl day's proceedlngs were brlmful
?f just st'ch exehanges. The testimony |
Bbowad thut Mr. Perkine, the Bull !
Moose "angel," wae Just as dlllgent ln
tba colonel'* behalf ln 19M as ln 1012.
Braa in U*H lt appeared, the I'nited
Htates fiteel Company wa* wllllng to
invsf HOuOOO in Roosevelt's campaign.
M that Mr. Perklne's present activity,
i -nslderlng the fact of the aitn of one
of tbfl largest stockholdera ln that eom- j
pany, nre not at all Inconalstent wlth
bla former posltlon. It wae Judge
Charlea H. Puell. asslstant treasurer of j
the Rooaeratt taaipalaa in 10<?4. now a j
Bull Mooser. who dutcbfl- from hls |
haaj r?-? illcctlon the fa-~t that the steel |
truat had been one of the contrlbutors
ta tbe big fund of 13,-Ofc-OO that waa
ralwii to eleot Colonel Roosevelt.
Th_t |_M inter.Bt of Wall Ptrtet in
ih.it . aaapaafa araui aol bflcaaafl of the
Rapublli un party. but boeausc of Tbao*
dore Raooevall himself. araui eltarly In
fr.fi > y the fact thnt in 11*>> Mr.
Morgan conttlbuted I pa'try |MM)00 to
tha campaign eO-Qtaittafl that van
handling thfl Taft ',iml!u'v, nnd by
the eddttlonal fhet thal Mr. Morgan did
r.ot coxurltmta a pehny io the Bapnbh*
<an party thi* year. He sald the rea
fion bc did BOt lontrlbute to the prl
marj fixht araa bflcaaaa he was out of
the couatry. Ha expressed no profer
BBM e for candldatea this year. Nor wu*
bfl asked ah-thar the BUpport of (Jcorge
W. Perklns, hls former partner, wau
signlttcant of the fact that most of th"
triiPtn this year ara agaln flararh-g
th. Ir spoiled chlld Ot lt*-_.
.Mr. Morgan also indlcatod by his
testimony that the lirm of whlch h"
Ir. th-' haad was dlsposfd to give lt**
.< n'riliutions to the campaign an it
-auv propar. wlthoal eo__Nitt__g any
other of thfl tlnaiiclul '.nterestw. ln r?
ply to rgaaflai of flonfltOf Pomer?*ne in
tended to throw light on the reported
"concert of action" among th*> Wall
Htreet intere.sts at flrst ln the MlMNfl
of Judge Parker and later ln the ititor
aal af Theodore Roosevelt. he expressed
the bellef that there had never been
eoncerted action. and made lt clear that
lf there had been the flrm of J. P. Mor?
gan & Co. had never exerted Its ln
lluence in that directlon.
"Nobody over qu^fltioned," ho sald.
"tliut we gave our uupport to the Re?
publican nomlnation. In fact, I do not
thlnk-lf you will allow me to say lt?
1 do not know thut thore were ever any
large conferencefl of Interests?so to
speaki -that ts a term of lster date than
B_oat I have to do with?I do not thlnk
there was any combinatlon of Interest*
that 1 kMW of or heard of."
Mr. Morgan. who was the first wlt*
nesu to take the stand, was aecom
I>anled by hls son-ln-law, II. I* Satter
leo. and hls daughter, Mrs. TV. P. Ham
As the hearing advanced, belng un?
able to hear dlstlnctly the quc-rtlons
put to hlm. Mr. Morgan left the piat?
form on whlch the wltn^sees slt during
the hearlngs and went over to the
committce tabl< and sat down bertde
B<-nator Pomerene. At no tlme wan
there the sllghtt>st frlctlon Iretween hlm
and his lnqulsltors, and when he de
parted he shook hands wlth the mem?
bers of the commlttee wlth the partlng
a**?urance: "I should be most happy to
give you uny Informatlon at any tlme."
The flnancler, after leavlng the com?
mlttee room, "dlBappeared" for several
hours. A special train, made up before
raaaa to take hlm to New York ln a
harry was held up. and the rallroad of
flclal* rnade a valn search for thelt
proapectlvo jms-senger. Ba reappeared
some tlme aft??r 1 o'' inck. -.vlt!> the an
t;.i)ticcmcnt he had seised the oppor
tunity to vislt hls favorltc ocullst. and
Kft imrnedlately for btaw York.
Mr. Morgan on Hand Early.
Mr. Morgan reached the commlttee roorn
before the hour set for the h.aring. He
tugged at hls niustachu Bfl bfl took hls
seat. und watched tbfl metnbers of tho
"Olve th" ntenogi_phcr your name,
pleuse," saM Chairman Claaa.
"John Pferpont Morg:va"
STRIK1NG SENTENCES CULLED FKOM
J. PIERPONT MORGAN'S TESTIMONY
I often want a thing that I think I ought not to have. and I
try to get over wanting it.
My occupation was gone when they got from me what they
Gratitude has been rather scarce in my experience.
I don't think there was any hint (as to size of campaign con?
tributions). I think they would have taken anything they
I want it distinctly understood that J. P. Morgan & Co. never
made a single subscription to any election with any promise or
expectation of anything or return in any way. shape or manner,
and we never made it without we deemed it advantageous for the
government and the people.
If we had thought that the election of a Democrat was for
the best interest of the country we would have contributed to his
I never corresponded over the telephone. telegraph or by mail
with President Roosevelt that I know of, nor with any one at the
"No. 31f> Madlson avenue. N.w Tork." .
Chalrman Clapp calleo Mr. Morgan*fl _*>
tetitlon to a. publlshed nrticle bf Charleel
Uward Russeii, obai-laf that frteldent
Uoosevelt had demand.-1 tbal Mr. _ka__
ralsi 1100.000 for hls campaign and that
tVeyaa __*Ve_e- had been present arbea j
Mr. Morgan UUted wlth the ffhlta Rouaa ,
over the telephor..
"Do you rer_4*4B_*4T any aaeh laa-defttf
asked Benator I 'lupp.
"Nothing Whatever," r.pllcd Mr. M?>r- l
gan, emphntlc-lly. "I never OOfroflPOnded
over the tcl.phone. telegrapli 08 by B-B_
wlth President Ikwaevell thal I bnow of,
nor with ariy o:.e ut the WMtfl Hb um
"Dld you make any contribution to tl.e
Republhan ___4MB_I COmpatgO Of UBIT"
Mr. Morgan adjusted blB glasstr: and
..?.?ked at a paper.
"ln October, 1904. I ga^e IbrO.OOD; on No?
vember 1 I gave another pmjmV' he said.
"Any more." B_-fld C__-U8BB t'iapp.
' No; tbat ls all 1 know of."
lie said he aupposcd the flrst contribu
tion araa paM t.. -ot_e_ue n. BMaa, aa
II88811188 of UM Republican 088_88_tteC.
"To WhOflfl aai tba aecond contrlhutlon
? i don't raanmliir II araa pniu la > <???
Mr. Morgan nald ne did not know * v.o
sollelted Ihe first or second contrihutloti*. ;
but bfl belleved "Mr. Wles and Mr Odetl j
got Ihe monej." Me sald that bfl BO
lleved t^at the hulk of tba BOCCttd eoatrl*
batlon went thiough the natlonal COtflflnlt
tee, but waa paid over to thfl Kofl -88
Mr. Morgan BOUld not recall OBUtrl >u
tlon:; In 1904 by hls nsf-od-tes.
?i-id you ceatrtbutfl in w* to the Coa*
gresslonal campaign?" a^ked -888108
"i re.-aii no etber toattibutlon lhai
Gave $30,000 .n 1908.
??v.'i-.at eocttrtb rttona _U roa ataJ ?
"The only eootrlbuttotl I BMs_fl ll
*.?*.* tOt.orjn to Mr. Kheldon."
He aald he Bwdfl no C*OOtHB*-ttOfl_ BB
the Congreaslonal fund in 1808.
? I rememl^r Mr 888818808 oattfld 00
onci." h. eal.i. out I eaa fmd no record
Bl nnv contribution. If Ut-ffl was 0888
made ll w:ih inalgMfirant."
"idd you mabe aa] eontrll rtlon to tbe
080 OQITVaatloa campaign of flfly candi?
date for PreaWflBl tiiia year. '
"No, 1 flraa not even Ifl tt.e 00 Ifltrj * '
kr.ow my lirm mado no conlrlbuti.n.."
.\.? Henator t'lapp flfoaed hia eaamlna- I
tion. Mr. Morgati aald cmphaticall;. tba'
he was "Hure" there was no trutb W
tbfl Btery of a telephone recji. st for furuls
rrom Proflf?BBl RooaavfllL
?eaator Payatar aabed Ifi Morgan lf
the B'rU.'XU war. p_rt ot th" so-<alled llat
rlrnar. fund ralsed for Ihe K?- Vork _s_-8e
"I have no rec.rds." sald Mr. Morgan.
"but I have no doubt ln my own n.lnd
that II was part "f that state fund."
"Your und'THtandlrig was that tlu I"? '."??
^^^n, te th.- Rflttooal eoaualttea bai M
was really paid over to thfl Btate <<>mrnlt
tee?" suggested Henator 1 'aynter
"Yea. I refused to have anything to do
wlth lt unleaa the money wai paid to the
natlonal commltt?e," said Mr BtorgaB
"It was my uatOllaiMllllg ibai th.- na?
tlonal committee _M not need fundh but
that the state coir.mlttce was badly ln
neetl of raoney. I had a great deal to do
wlth Mr. CoiBBtyoil d'rrlng th< campaign,
but I do not know whether he was pres?
ent at the meetlng when the ttVi/rOn contri?
bution wae dlscussexl."
Mr. Morgan sald hla relatlons wlth tbe
elder Cornelius N. Hllss had been very
?Bth?-tO. Mr. _BJflfl and hls father had
be.-n Kr.goclates. bfl aald. and "whenever
they wanted anything they nent Mr. Bttea
"H_d you supiKised that Mr. Hllss nnd
Mr. Cortelyou kept from President lUoee
vett the faet that you eontftbuted t" Ihe
"I knew nothing -bout thut." ggti Mr
Morgan. He had not d'.scusaed raiiipalgn
lontrlbutloris Tilth Mr. Cortelyou ln lirni.
When Seator I'om. rene took up th. ev
aminatlon Mr. Morgan loane<) forward ln
the wltness chalr, wlth one hand cupped
over hls ear. Put he failed to hear, and
finally he got down from the wltnesa
"Can't I slt down here M8ff you? 1
can't hear very well."
lle took a clialr from one of th* offlcia!
etenographerj and moved it to wlthln a
few feet of Senator Pomerene.
No Knewledge ef Parkina Gift.
rieriator I'oinereBai then aabed -hetheT
otlier members of tt.c flrm of J. P. Mor?
gan A Co., apeclfylng Oeorge W. I'erklns.
had contrlbuted ln 1904. Mr. Morgan dld
"Dld your firm contrlbute to the cam?
paign funds of any other polltb flJ partl.-s
In 1804?" asked Benator Pomerene.
"No, alr, I dld not, and I have no knewl?
edge of any one else so contrlbutlng."
Mr. pomerene asked about "confer
ences" wlth Oeorge li. Cortelyou. Mr.
Morgan sald lie talked wlth Mr. Cortelyou
'.n 184/7 over thfl flnatelal situation, but
that he recalled only ont conference over
polltlcs. The ex.m.lnation OOfl-flUOd:
O -Dld you talk Arlth Prealdent Mellen
of the New York, New Haven _- Hurt
f,,rd Railroad ln 1904? A -Yes
(j ?Dld -o'i talk wlth representatlves of
tiie big Inaurance companlea about tiie
polltlcal situation during that campaign?
A -l can't tell. I talked to many people.
Many people 08BM ln to scc me every
(j -Do you remember any confercnc-i
of big flnar.clal Intereats at whlch was
dlacusaed the question of whom the In?
teresta would support for Presdent? A.?
No. I remember no such conference.
Q -When waa It first determ.ned that
the flnanclal Intereata would support the
Republican nomlnee? A.-I never had
any curiferenc on that polnt.
The IIM.OO) ccntrlb^tlon again Brafl
??_..'-)>? ??? ???*?' H'tiafiir Pomeren.i a_ki_
if Ifr. Bhaa has h?en eolbcting nny
"Mo, that was thfl conttibutlon w?
would mak<; In the r?-gular coiirso. Ir' BT_
arera tapeclaliy tatereeted ln th< Baaa*
atbja," -;ii<l Mr. Morgaa. "Wfl mndc th?
BBtne oontl Ihutlun ln llrOO."
q._Wara you raapaclally Intaraetad in
th<* oampalan of 1S04? A.-Y**>. wn arera,
g v. as Mr. Harriman eap-clally in
t.lad ln 'hat campaign? A. I rea'ly
y. -Were th" loauraaoe cnmranles 88
Intere-te- In thls 'ampalgn'.'
A. I rlon'l tooar. Then waa aevai any
? ? i action bi me ?iti> any of th*
. ompanfea In tbal matter Bl
: | tlm* (thla Brlth *rnih_Hl*>. Of
iuiw Mi Perklna aaa a dlroetor of
ti. v. v. Vork Mfc Inaoranea Company,
and h? probably taik-ii with raa aboal
their lataaraata, !>nf I cnn't reaaan-bet any
Bp-*clfle 'mi eraatloB.
Beaator Poraaaraoa Ht-k?.i if h-* i..?<i *c>
tiik ?arlth Mr. Harrlasaa al taai tim*
about tba Bdtod af Un r____aalg_ aa tbfl
i rSda'l rem-mbft aay, bul 11 !? ""' -tr
lUkafy," tmamareS Mr. .Morgan.
He knew nothlng of an] ? rlb-t!ea by
Mr. Harrhaaa or ? harlea 1 Mellaa
!>ii Mr. Harrhaaa rjver t"ii >o.i he had
_ tall wtth Mr lb *?? I ' reUroad
InterestaT .nkci Benator Pomaraac
? r. .'.? . . ? ? ? l ? oni ? raatton
Mr Morgan than aaada Mi Btateaneni
BbOOt hl8 flrm n> ? BT ' <"itr1*-v:tlng witn
_i . i -.? -.- espfl tatlea 11 aaytbtag in
ro t':r 11.
"i>iitin?; thi* r_aa_aaa_a waa thara aray
Inteni year easi la Baaaarl haa
Daaaocratk candidate?" a.?k"ii leaatoff
"i natat beard af H lf thara was." na>
: M Morgan, Hiiilling. "If I *
thought tb* rttectton of ?? Pewecral oaa
tor thi' t>*-M laiflfaalB af thf oeuntry are
arouM hare coatrlbatad to hla campaign."
(j DI<1 joii pr Mr MeUea or Mr. Har
.i" on nnv i th*> financial iu>*r. ot
Se-f forfc la lb* lnter*-rt ??? th* i
,v | d
ti.ink ao*. I I ? ? i . . .1 Ol BUl h * thlng
,j. ? e any < on
g Anani lal Inten *t* lo< ?
| ? ? : ? ratie ,
: it'- uhc ,\,,.;M be Buttable t.i th* ?
, .,s ,,f \.n ^ crK A. -I
nf nothlng ^f th' kl '
v I', iti- you ^.t ih* nC'i - of rhe t'nlir.
R iron] rompanj ln UM? A.
Ko: t netet a ?? la laal oaaea.
? DM v.mj *?v-r raael Mr. HairHaaw end
Mr Mell.n la Mr H.?rr!mar;'n oflBea to
talk r.\?r ttaea ajallaiflT aflhed leaatar
f ? ., ,-r f
Never in Harriman'* Offic*.
'ir Morgaa rwperadfld ta aflVfl* ha?t
i>*-*>:i ifl Mr. HarrlraaaaTfl ea-ee, ann arary
i-Hiioni t_ikf<i irlth Harrlnaaa in that
?i aboai ttu polltli al nituatton.
? ? taik.ii v.:th ae oaa rtpn-nent
ing tba "tiatii.tiai eoaalaea" raeeal otii
oan ef Ihe DaMoraal eeoiBilttai He h-'?
Chairmaa Qaoava B. ? Brtalyaa > ?m* ir.t.>
hla oflBcaa "eereial thaa_?" aad theugbi
the \:*lti Wara l>*f<'r?* tl ? con'rlbutlon of
"Waa m : tiiliiK ?Mfl by Mr <*ortelyou
*? |a Ita Hmmiiit tbay deslr'd to ralse.'
? I don't thlnk thara wu* any hlnt," re
riu<i Margaa, aith a r&haehh 'i thhMi
i . .i.i hara takea aaytblag IMg
i .i .iii f*al "
Tb* eeaualMaa aad aaawlalflTB joineu
Mr. Morgaa la u laugh.
Under queatlona i>> taaelar Peaaaraai
Mr. Morgaa r*apaata*J tt.at ta bad t>e?*u
glvn to llllflaaalaad thal thfl 'Hanlmati'
t:*?,(*o | ad waa i^ing r-alaaf for tta Htato
Boaualtta bu! was balag glrafl le the
ii_tiun.li i ommittee.
"Voi rnderaleed that, iheaah int-nd*<i
for thf >'iit>- ratnpalgn, ll??* ? ontrtbtitlon
would old the natlmial campa!|n, did you
"Oh, crtalnly." *alil Mr. Morgan. Ho
f.ilih'1 that bfl did not know of any other
ftimiH Babacrltad darrag lhal year to th-*
RapubUcaa pataaaal faad.
"Im yi...' know tbfl amo'iiit of money
tbe RapuMlcaa natloBal comaalttae va*
trylng Ifl laMfll"
"No; I nevgr a*k*d. My obligation
waa none whan thoy qot from mo what
Mr. Morgan we*I.i I*.''* wa* all tliat wa.<,
g1\vi to tli* lf?or*) campaign, B*m eontrliju
t:..n Iwini; Ijn.'is) nnd armther flOOOO.
"Thoafl eoalrfbaUeafl wafe -'i'1 eaaa** b-e
llractlea af Mr. Paiblna i speak of those
taean ? i laaaewber them. i don't know
what Mr. I'.Tklrm m.iy have given."
Mr, Morgan sald hc knew of no con
faraBOfl of llnanclal leadt-rs in MoW York
|0 decldc whom th^y would support for
PiaaMaal ta iw?.
wi.cn laaatof Payafer took un th* ex
BinlnaUofl Mr. Morgan moved i. .* chair
Up to tta 'ommltt-' ta?>lc, and restlng
i.K flln.wv ofl tht sdgfl he lenne<i toward
Hnnat'ir I'aynt.-r rtferred to Mr. Mor?
gan'* *raa__rb that ta had been laleraaaad
only in "what wns good for tho coun?
"l*n't lf truc that effl often thlnk what
wo wunt ls best for the country?" asked
"I don't," repliad Mr. Morgan, laugh*
ing. "I often want a thing that I think
I ought not to hsve, and I try to q*t
over wanting it."
Democratic Victory Faarad.
Mr. Margaa Beld tha Beeead oeatribaUoa
of 160,MI eree brought out by "the ftar of
th BsTeat b DaiBeiilalbi victory ir (fear
York would hare on the ? otintry."
S.i.iitw:- Clapp then unked tlie u.sual for
mal question* us to any furth. r Informa?
tlon Ita wltnriia Bjtfbl have.
"I know of nothing further," Hald Mr.
Morgaa, ."' bbobM be moft happy te give
tta commlttee any further Informatlon I
mlght have "
"You may be fxeused for the present,"
nald C?__r__aa (Mapp.
?'Can I go back to New York?" aiked
'"vl'e'1! .all for you lf we want you,"
nald the chairman. "To-i know you are
entltled to your e.pensea for comlng down
A general laugh went around, in whlch
the committee ar.d Mr. Morgan Jolned
"I guess that wlll be all rlght." he sald
aa he shook hands wlth the Senatora and
paused to thank them for their "cour
tesy." He dld not walt to sign the neces?
sary vouclier for hls expcnses as a wit?
neaa and left the bulldlng wlth Mr. 8at
Charles II. I'uell. WhO <? 1904 was as
slstant treasurer of the Republican Na?
tlonal Committee. followed Mr. Morgan
on the stend. He knew ol no contribu?
tion hy John D. Archbold under that
name. Hc knew there had been "aeveral
contributions of IbO.'Oo each and tbat the
l_fl_raaoa oompa_tee each had glven %V\
"Did re 1 kn-.w any memberri of fie
Standard OO Compflfll boaldfl8 Mr. Arch
Boli WhO contrlbited to the 1904 cam?
paign?" usked rhalrman Clapp.
"I think H. II. Rogers OQ-trt-Utod, but
I do not know the amount "
Mr. Duell sald that Treasurer Hlis- told
him that ir, 1*06 all the banks and most
of the trust i.ompanlea ln Now York City
had contrii-uted to the Republican na?
tlonal campaign fund. in UN fewer of
th*-ru contrlbuted and in IfrM stlll fewer.
Mr. Duell sald tiie Harriman contribu?
tion w_a ralaed for thfl 'tat'1 committee
after he and Mr. BVaO had decided that
the natlonal committee B-fldfld no further
Mr. Duell i_ld contrll utlotis ln 1904
wer- collected by B, T. Ptoteshury. 'n
Phlladelphla: Cliarles G. Dawcs, In Chl?
cago; Oeorge Von U Meyer, now fecre- )
tary of the Navy, ln New England, and
Aadrew Miiis, in New York. Other con
trlhutors he r-8BBBBbared BfefOJ Dr. Da\M
Jajraa iiiii. foraaar amhaaaeiloi 'o Oat
many, 12,000; Whitela* Reld. Ambaaaador
to Oreat Hrltaln. 08,881; Cnlted Btates
Kt?e| Corporatlon. 8-8.818.
"WriH there ev-r Bfl} refUfld BB Rogers
or Archbold or the _U_d_rd Otl <om
pany?" aaked Baaatot Pooa-reno.
?r aevei Beard of any refund, and i
Dover board al anv recctpt," .^uid Judge
To tbfl ' Harriman tutio" Judge Duell
t'uougiit Mr. Harrlataa bad gi>en lOo.oou;
-enatoi Depeai or H. Mck. Twombly,
IM.4100, and Mr Morgan. 850,000, He dld
n..t know the other ontrlbutora. Hc sald
ha knew <?f no -rrangemeol by whlch any
of the contributions WOUld have be.:. kept
l<> Treasurer Hllsa from the kriOWMflaffl
of i haJrman t'oruiyou.
Judge liueM said he had boan mur.ager
o: Colonel Rooeevelt'a preconveatlon cara
piugi in New torh thtfl year, but had
handled no funds. The committee then
ARCHBOLD RETURNS HOME
Sticks to Statement About
Roosevelt Campaign Oift.
After B8I BBssflaefl Of fOUr weeks abroad
the opinion of Job- D. Archbold, \ lce
preslderit of the Mar.dard Oil Company,
had not cbanged one Jot ln the matter of
the 808_pany*fl coauifcu-O?fl to the aaoooo*
? elt ..impalgn fund In 1884.
Mr. Aniiboid. aofotrnpaaled by hu- wlfe,
returned reeterday on the whlte **tar
ttfljOT Majeatic from Southampton. Hfl
_Ud the trlp had dor.e much for hls BaM-tb,
lhanbfl to "the great rourtesy af the com
n.lttee thal had perrnttted me to leave tl'.e
Aa soop as the Majeatic rame IntoCJuar
antftne Mr. archbold saw a o?f>y of "Cel
l er- Wgahifm eontalnaaf aa aitlelebraad
baj a* turgertoa iha arehbeM letaara
which apaeared bi "Maaret'fl Mae^aJne.''
Ti.e otl t.an BBBUfldJ 88 some of the let
\i-~), were read BB hlm. 8_d when askei
what h<- thought of the sta'.ements he ri -
"I am stire you gentlemen wlll flXCUae
rri". as I am stlll In the p.tndB ef the com?
mittee it araa a ajreal t*o_rteey on their
port thal 1 was allowed to !ea\e |hfl
CO-fltrj for four weeks. T Bflrdty thifl*
I eOUld J'.istly make g atat?nient nt thls
time I wlsh to make R plaln. however.
that fhls ertkla is absolutely new to BBO.
I have not even bflfla advlsed of lt T
hixe ;:..:.rd of Mr Rflorat. publlcatlon of
ii.| astteru, bul i havt nol glven the rni.t
t.-r mucta atteiitton."
Ubed if Ibeofl letbm flrere forgeriev
Mr. arebbOM ropUod; "I hear thnt H'i!
/. i baa beea aooslnated by tha D-aaocraU
ani that Hedges also ls a candldate."
TMe rjuestlon was repeated, but Mr.
Ar.htv.ild answered: "My slgnatures are
Uriuully much allke, so lt show* I havu a
pretty steady hand."
Reflraj-tng the atalaanaatfl he raada be
fore b_lllnf taiimai alna tha Boeafls/ell cam?
paign cmtrlhutlor,n Mr. Arcl.bold sa'.l:
?[ _U li'.ld to tl.e statements 1 made
before laatini New fea_< aibo ti.atther..
ia no ajfltflB-fl- as to the givlng of the con?
tribution. There Is no rjueutlon _s to the
faet that we understood fh_t Mr Roose?
velt knew tbal the money waa glven."
f>n hls arrlval Mr. Aj*e_bflB_ waa BflTTOd
wlth B ?-'ib.-xena to appear as a mltneas
in the Wstera-Pfeire OUft before board
Ing hls Meam yacht Vlxen 8-8 bls home
at Tnrrytown the otl man aald he would
probably go to Waahlngton on Monday.
CALLS MORGAN TIGHTWAD
Marshall Says $100,000 Con?
tribution Was Too Small.
Wotoaatat, Blaaa. oct. s.?"i read in the
mornlng paper*- tl.at Morgan gave |100,0is?
to the Republlrjn campaign fund." aald
Oovernor Thomi.s R. Marshall of Indlana,
Democratlc Vlce-Preaidentlal candldate,
at a noon rally here to-day. "lf that ls
all lie gav.\ he is a tlghtw_d. He dld not
give half enough President Roosevelt
gave hlm the rlght. In vlolatlon of the
law, to umalgamate the Tenneasee Coal
and Iron t'ompuny wlth the Bteel Truat.
That deal netted Morgan |0!?,O?),<s?i. I re
peat that If he only gave back llui.oOu of
lt, he Is a tlgbtwad."
FRAME-UP. SAYS PERKINS
Advisfs Clapp Committee to Delre
Into Modern Hlstory.
Oeorge W. Perklns, flnanclal backer of
tho Progreastvo purty. repeated yester?
day hls assertlon that the lnvestlgatlon
Into campaign contributions made by
the Kenate Committee was a frame-up
against ea-President Roosevelt.
"There ls no doubt whatever," aald Mr.
Tcrklns, "that the lnvestlgatlon belng
held hv the Senate committee ln Wash?
ington ia a frame-up against Mr. Rooae
"Home time ago I asked Chalrman
Clapp of the rommlttee to eall Charlea
D Hllles, < halrman of the Republiean
National Committee, and have Mr. Hllle'i
prove or retiact the statement he made
that Mr Roosevelt had spent mllllon*. of
dollars of Harvester Trust money tn an
endeavor to get the Chlcago nomlnation.
However my reouest has pot been
graated, and Mr. Hllles has not b**en
ca;|e.l If that committee intends to act
aa tho siiuare It wlll go a llttle Into
modern hlstory und b-ave unclent hls?
Oovernor JobABOn of 4'allfornla. Pro?
gressive notniipe for VIce-JTeaMent. wlll
return to New York from hls upstate
hpeaklng tour to-morrow mornlng, and
wlll maku hls first appeaJ to a New
York ''Ity audlence at nlght. The Oov?
ernor wlll apeak at Carr>a8jTa Hal), Cooflur
Cnlon. i.'amp Hooaevelt at 124th atreet
and Amaterdatn avenue, and at the Mc
Klnley Sauare Castno.
On Monday night Oovernor JohflOOfl will
: p.uk ln Brooklyn and Jamaij*. and on
Tuesday nlght !n Whlte l'laln.4 and New
MANY STARVE 10 DEATH
U. S. Marines Share Rations
with Nicaraguan Sufferers.
HORSEFLESH STAPLE FOOD
Red Cross Provisions Rushed by
American Legation to
[I'rnm Th<- TrflNIM r.u.-?>ftu.
Washington. Oct. 3.-Krtg?tful .ornit
tlons prcval! ln B BU-Qbar >>t Becth-M ln
Nlcaragua. cspeclallv at Uranada and
Maaaya, where the irahaMtaat-a have b"<-n
reducetl to a stato of Rfurvation through
the outrages and p.llaglng of the reh'!n.
It ia reported to the I").-partment of State
that th*> sltuation et Maaaya ls partleu
larly horrlble. Boittflfl '.iuve V*>n sackeit
and about neventy women have been lm
prlBoned. Tbo staple food for many ot
th* Btarvlng- people ls horseflesh. A large
number of women and children have al?
ready dled of starvatlon.
Amerlcan Mlnlster Ceorge T. Wettzel
reporta lrom Managua that a commlttee
of twe.lve men und women, representlng
German, Brltlsh, Nlcaraguan, Duteti and
Itallan natlohalltles, called on hlm on
Tuesday and urged that Immeillafe re
llef be ghen le the sufferlng people at
The plea made by the commlttee waa
that it would be an act of greatest hu
manlty for the Amerlcan forces to restore
onbr and afford relh-f. It fgl atinounced
by the State Department that the Re<l
? :rosH la preparing te ald la Ihe rellef of
the stricken town.
Conditlons at (Sranada have in.proved
aomewhat, but are Btlll bad. The clerk of
the Amerlcan T_*gation at Managua r?
turneil ?,. tta oaaital on Monday. after
dt?lrlhutlng the second carload of Ited
Claaa prarlBBoafl at Oraaada. More than
elght thousand persons. fewer than. thlrty
of them betag men. recelved one day*
rations flacb. Further delay In the dls
trlbutlon of the fowl supplles would have
caused a larne r.limtaT of daatha, accord?
ing to Mhtleter wvitzei, who reports tbal
the aufferlng was Intense. In the dtstrl
hutlon of the provl ilons p-fefaieaOA "???
shown le inmatc- of l.ovpital., conv.nts
Touobed by tta piight ef tne starving
people at Oraaada. Amerlcan marlnes
Bhated their ..wn mtBOBfl wlth the sufTer
The pltlful feature Ifl thfl te: rible af
Metlon of wom.'.n and small children and
tta utter InaM'.lty of all r-tltfl- BtMKt-fl
tr. meel the demand for laBBMp_a*-fl faad i
laa UaeaJBa ta trapleal *-08__triee
Home klnd of fo<?l may be obtalned from
Ihe h--B-flB and thfl natlve > rops. hut tne
fact that a fllaeBimm r_raath Mlghted tne
Ni. ?raguan .ropw and drted up the fruit*?
ha* added 10 tta horrors of warfare.
Porelgaara aa w.-n as nattraa have been
brought to the potal Ol 'lcht'.trtlon and
Ktarvatlon. and lt Ifl ttatr pUght whlch
has datanataad Rear adratral Southeriand
tn sweep away the n-mnant of the rebel
for ? ;-outh of Managaa, whoee activi
t ea l ara I.n ebSady reaaeaaaa*- for the
An Amarleen aamad Haary Joynar.
whi.se houaa ta Maaaya aaa leatad, has
appealed for f**TOtflctloa f"r hin alaraa*
ycttr-old aon, now ln priaea at th
?an Juaa dei sur. Oct .;. The town or
JlBOtflPfl wa* taken yesierrtay by the gov
erntnent troops. who capttrred fltghty ol
the rebel defender* and two machine
Na* oriaaaa, Oet t *Oeaaral Jallaa
[riaa, leaaer of Ita ub.-ra! party of
Nlcaragua and former comm.mder under
Belaya, hMeabwedSlcarraajaafaaaB Coata
BMBB and is Bt the head of an army of
-000 men. according tO a dlBpateh te "Thfl
pteayuaaT from gan aalradar.
TAFT MEN IN PARK ROW
'SpeakerB Talk to Shiftingf
Crowds in Front of Tribune.
The Taft and Btarauui Barineefl Mcn's
Aaaoelalloa held it* fourth nooa maattag
?.ut*ld. th* Trlbun" BulUIng >.-*terd_y.
Thero waa* six aaaaherBi arta t;iik?d to a
ebaaah_i crowd that a*reraged ainut a
tho-aa__l paraona Bdarard ?'. Braaaaa,
formei aaaamhljwani Ifl Ita chairman of
Ita i. hioclation.
john J. Deagaarty leM bM aodlaaoa
that if lt knew the prln. !ple., of thfl party
lt would surely re-.l.-. t U .'.'.iam HnwanI
Taft. "The lu*t for power und the am
Mtlons of one man," sald be, "were the
downfall of great ReflBfl. Wa are con
frontlng the ?ann- i-ltuatlon to-day, gcn
tlemeti. and we are l-ut IM yars old.
Shall we permlt Hoouevclt to be the cause
of our downfall? No! Y> f B-UBt ablde by
the ?:on*tltution lf wo would savo our
So'.ie one ln the crowd wanted to know
UM cause of the hlgh cost of Uvlng now
"It Ib an Indlcation." sald Mr. Iwugh
erty. "of the prosperity enjoyed by tho
i.iitii.n*. it has alarayi haea * iign af
l>r. Wllllam G Walker. H-publlcan
latatai cbatnaan of New la-aay. **.aH tho
' "This eampalgn." bald he, "is to be one
' of honesty and truth, not one of pcrfldy
and ahamefulneflB. The cost of Uvlng in
foreign countrle* is far hlgher th.m ever
before, and even hlgher than lt ls here.
: ln Franee and Germany the people pay
! more for their foodstuffi than we do hec,
and they are not eurning the money that i
Or. Walker spoko ot the long abaence |
from hM ?tat? of Governor WUnon.
"There are two Republican prealdentB of
Ihe N?w Jeroey Senatc, gentlemcn. who
hate been actlng aa Governor ln place p| ,
Mr. Wilson throughout all hi* long cam- j
palgn for the I'renlder.cy. The Btate con
stltution provldea that during the al>-1
?ence of the Governor *uch othclaU Bhall '
be pald for their labor*. I know lt for u I
! fact that these president* h-.vo rnonthly
been lndoralng their govern'.nent checka
' to Mr. Wilson, who has beon away from
1 hls Btate nearly thrve-flftha ef tho tlm.
Btnce he took offlce."
Other speakers wor* Wllllam 13. Stam
bough, of Ocean County, N. J.; Iaaao
Tuld and Thomas IJIngham.
'music on a special train
A special IVnnsylvnnlii Rallroad traln
has Iwen charteied by the members of the
Amerlcan BUctrlc Rallway Asaoclatlon
who will attend the annual conventlon or
that body ln Chlcago next week. Thf
"special traln de luxe" will he run from
New York. Philadelphia. Ualtltnore anl
Washington to Chlcago for tta BBClttBlvo
us* of the delegates to the convantloO and
i their famllle* und frtenda, leavlng New
I Y??rk at 10:10 B. ni. to-morrow.
The trlp arlll he dlatlngulatad by an
entertalnment whlrh will be pecullar ln
1 rallroad travel ln that muBtc will flgure ln
, lt. The programme Ik us follows:
10:jn | m., leave Pennsylvanla Statlon,
New Vork Clty: 12.'30 to 1:10 p. m.,
luncheun ln dlnlng ears; rt to S p. m. din?
ner In dlnlng curs ; 8:30 p. m., a brldgc
whist party for both women nnd men.
prlzes; smoker for men lu parlor Miinklug
car: music; 7 to 1:10 a. tn., braahfaat in
dlnlng car*, and s li a. in.. urrive a.%
Two Movements Begun Under
Aguilar and Felix Diaz.
OROZCO MEETS REVERSE
Four Thousand Soldiers De?
feated While Fighting for
Him in Coahuila.
i :>..m Th.> Trii.une Bureee.1
Washington. Oct. .">.-Two new revoita tn
MegtOO, one under Oeneral Aguilar and
Ihf other under Oeneral Felix D__, a
BOpheW of the former I'resident. ar.- _B8>
Ing new troubles fo the Madt-ro gover-n
ment. tspeelally the Aguilar movemetil.
ln the southern part of tiie republlc.
Agullgr haa surrounded the town of Orl
zaba and has demanded Rs surrender,
nnd lt ls hflh-Tad that lih force, ggfj
noon be !n posvesslon. The rebels are
lommlttlng deprcdatlons along the M. xl
ran Rnilway and much truek has been
Tiie J?laz rehellion has its incepiion in
fhe State of I'uebla, und ls reported ?o b?
growlng rapldly, as Dlaz la BflBBBJ p'.pulsr
and ts regarded as an able man. There
haa been no \ lolence of a aerious nature
BB the part of the Diaz rebels as yet
Tbfl Aguilar rebelllon threatena to cut
off rail communlcation between Mexlo
Clty and Vera (*ruz. Already several
iuidges on the llne between the capltal
nnd the port htive been wrecked. Th?
088?- of the revolutlon Is sald to be thn?
Aguilar was recently nrrest'>d on a charg.
of plottlng aK.ilnst the government and
then released on ball
l_,re.io. Tfl?.. Oet BV-Mexican rebela
said to have boOB commanded by Oen
?ral Paseual < iror.'o. Jr.. are reported to
bave beam defeated In one of the most
?.erious battles of the rebelllon, near Mur.
iu;z, I'oahulla. The federals brought
nlnety dead and BBBflflBB?_ to Monterey
last night. No accounta of the rehel
losses have been reported. The federals
"onimande.l t>?, _4N8S8?I Hlan.juef. num
bere.i *J,r??). Oro^co had four thousand
Mexico City. Oct. 3.-The Angangu-.o
mlne. the property of the American
B-Ml_fl_ and Retinln,,' <*omp_n>. '
Southern Mlchoa. an. was attacked ty
rohela tO day Thta lnformation waa r -
???ivi-.l fiom prlvate source", and d> *ali*
EXPLOSION ON BATTLESHIP
Several Boiler Tubes on the
Nebraska Blown Out.
I'-. Te*tgf*apB t- Tba TrlB .
New port. R. I . oct. 3. -While on a
tweflty>four-hour en.iuranee mn betareaa
here and Rockland, Me-, arttb tht "
gar, IdahO and Virglnia, Wedn? -
ternoon. several tubes In OM of the
BoUera of the ba-Ueablp Kebraakfl biew
ciuf. No on.- was injur-d, th.- promp.
action of two amter tendera ln shutiim
08 tbe Btoatn proreattag tha acuhlbai af
any one ln the 011?tna or tir.- rec__
The rTabraaba retur_ed t<> ti'! port to
r_8_l after it bad iteea1 lee__ed that re
poira ? ".'?! be m id ? by tbe afa_l_aor_a8
forc*- Thfl Nebraaka win go to the aaeal
reeiew with the reet of the aoot ?
WALKS ACROSS CONTINENT
New York Man Reaches Phila?
delphia from Los Angeles.
riOy Te!a>jrrnr.;, tn T! S Tilbur..."
ri.iiadciph'a. Oet. 1?Charlea Ka^in, en
88?Ploye or the Xew York J .v.-nile COUTt
r-11. li"i tnis city last nlgnt on .. Ted. ?
trtan trlp from Loa A?_flflflg to Ke_ Tor'
whlch bfl began OB May %\
l".i_ln ha*; OTOOOOd BfaotOfltl states. an I
bas reen the governors of nearly all of
them. lle bl studylng Juvenile court B] ?
t'rna ln the dlfferent stat'-s. and expeeta
tO vlslt the Houoa of D-tetrttOB whlle here
Hl is walklng for .1 |MI prlr<* offered bl
K. J. WeantaaX Ot New York. to win wri.
he n^iat l>e In KeW York by 4~retober _
On bla trip bfl baa aaed aajbl paira pt
CHICAGO MAY BAR DOGS
(Hy Teleffriph to The Trlhuna. J
Chi-ago. Ovt. 1? An ordlnance prohlbit
ing the keeplng of dogs ln ft.ieago wlb
he prepar-*.! bv the City Proaecutor
Jamea H. M-Inery. Alderman Wlllle 0
Nance, with AMermen I.awle, and M~
Potaaott, oompose a commltte.. to tuveati
gat> rablea. They declaro that the onh
rellef ls to bar dogs abaolutdy from the
SILK ASSOCIATION'S H0M_.
The 811k Association of Amerlea, It was
announced yesterday, haa leased offlcea
on the twentieth floor of the Hesa Rulld
big 4'ompany. at Fourth avenue and _4irb
atreet. Tho assodutlon represents _M
tdlk Industry of this country. whlch ha
?,rown from l-i.OOO.OOO m 1S80. to |l*?.0f?,000
at tho present ti.ne. The ofllcera of the
association are: .leioine C. Read, presi?
dent: ('hur)es Cheney, H. Fclmiewlnd and
I.ouls Htearns. vlce-presld- nts, and Ran;
suy I'otignet, secretary and treasurer,
of Valuable lnformation
That Ia What the
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eampnlgn nicessltates the use of a
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reference book in whlch all atatiattca
and other data relating to Sute and
Natlonal Governments, et<?, can be
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