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SHE BE WASBOTGTON HERALD THUBSDAY THURSDAY MAY MAY14 14 1808 19O
HI HistoTyJAbE HistoTyJAbEContlnneil TnHf M D DContinued
Continued from Paso One Oneof Oneot
of o hia 1I I6I views vew 10m tout Ut tile sterm qf qfIIwed t applause applauseafttwed LiPP1ause LiPP1auseaIiOWed
afttwed plainly tht as s TJhaodierg Theod rG Rocee itncsevaR Roceevalt RtJGsevlt
valt vlt the man h be occupIed a warm spot spotin spotm spotlit
in every heart heartSlnillng
Smiling and bowing b wlng the President Presidentmounted Presidentmounted resldent resldentmounted
mounted th the platform tform and with a sharp sharprap IIharprap sharprap
rap of the gavel brought to order the theremarkable thEremarkable t tremarkable
remarkable gathering gatheringAfter gatlt8lJngAfter gatheringAlter
After the dall 11 t order the Rev Dr DrEdward DrEdard DrEdward
Edward Everett Hale chaplain of the theUnited uEUnited t1 t1UnIted
United State Senate arose aroe and deliverel deliverelthe de11verelthe deilverelthe
the Invocation Every ery head liMd was wa bowed bowedwhile bowedwbUe bowedwhite
while he spoke and the sincerity shown shownmade shOwnmade srnwn srnwnmade
made it most tapresetve tapresetveAfter fnprtlllveAtt 1npresIv 1npresIvAfter
After Att r the invocation President Rons Ronsvelt Roose Roosevelt Rn Rnvelt
velt arose and addressed the Ut body bodyThe bodyThe bodyThe
The applause following t 1lowing the closing rj rjthe r rthe 1 1the
the Presidents speech laetsd tor several severalminutes
minutes After it had oaasad dPresldHlt dPresldHltROO6evelt President PresidentRoosevelt Presldd flt fltRocevelt
Roosevelt announced be wouil appoint appointMr appoiltJIr apportMr
Mr Thomas Shipp secretary at the con convention convention eirventlon ¬
vention and Dr W J McQeet recording recordingsecretary recordingeeretary recordlrgsecretary
secretary secretaryThe eeretaryThe secretaryThe
The committee OR re resolution olutlons of wnicr wnicrGov whietiGov whh whhGo
Go Gov Blanchard of Louisiana was made madechairman madfchatrman inad inadchIrman >
chairman was wa then selected and com comprises comprlses cornpilers ¬
prises GOVE Go Ansel of South Carolina CarolinaFort CarollnaFort CarolinaForte
Fort Forte of Nw J Jer Jesy rs y Cutler of Utah Utahand Utahand Utahand
and Davidson of Wisconsin WisconsinIt llICOftsln llICOftslnIt
It was wa then noon and an adjournment adjournmentwas
was wa taken until 339 oclock After the theadjouramwt theadjouraJ theadjournmt
adjouramwt the entire tire gathering therthg head headed headed headed ¬
ed by the President repaired rlt red to the front frontveranda frontv frontYetud
veranda v of the White SVbit House where a agroup agrOUp agroup
group photograph wa waq taken The four fourspecial tourapeeJal fourspecial
special ga guestsHOB Bts HOB William Jennings JenningsBryan JenningsBrnn JsnningsBryan
Bryan Andrew Carnegie James Jam 8 J Hill Hilland H1l1and 11111and
and John Mitcholl MltcholltheD thea formed a group groupand groupand groupand
and were ere photographed photographedAfter pbotoppbedAfter photogrgpbdAfter
After the afternoon session had been beencalled beencalled beencalled
called to order by by y President Roosevelt RooseveltAndrew ROOH9ltABdrew RooveltAidrsw
Andrew Canmgie was wa called Dr I C CWhite C CWhite 0White
White State Stat geologist of West Vft eet Viislnla Viislnlacame VIJglnlacame Vhgtutacazn
came cazn next Following Mr White WhItesJohn came cameJohn osmeJobllMltchelL
John JobllMltchelL JobllMltchelLA Mitchell MitchellA
A General Discussion DiscussionAt Dl QU5810n QU5810nAt
At the elose of th the Mitchell address addressthere addNHtthere
there was a general ee 1 discussion aioll of the thepreservation thepre
preservation pre rvatton of nctural tunl resource led by byGova byGO8
Gova JohtMon Job off e Mianeaot ot Dawson Dawsonof
of West Virginia Blaiiehardk Biuchard of Louis Louisiana Loulaiana ¬
iana and ancl in fact tact nearly nil of the State Stateexecutives Stateexecutives
executives present Pre ftt Their remarks narks were wereProf werebrief
brief and fa 1 JDOIIt ost iietancee etaBCe conftned to tothe
the reso1ftCell of tbefr thee own States StatesProf
Prof Angell ADceDof of Ana Aii Arbor College onga also alsospoke 110spoke
spoke and VM w followed foJl ecl by John Hays HaysHammond HYHammond
Hammond the noted1 mining g4 expert and andmineralogtet andlnifteralogtst
mineralogtet lnifteralogtstCalli
mineralogtetCnlla
Cnlla for Johnson JojmsonThere JohnsonT1Iere JolutsonThere
There ware tetid calls ifor tor Gov Johnson Johnsonand JoItMOnaDd
and he made m a a taamint i liamiiute fte adflreae on the thegreat thegreat
great iron resoukrcts of Minnesota The Thedemonstration Thedemonstratiolt
demonstration accorded ito to the governor governorwhen Mrftor Mrftorwhen
when he rose to speak peakand find as he h pro proceeded proc ¬
ceeded c d with big bi remarks remarks was a a notable notableone notableone
one The Th governor govern sjKrk iiPOka with great greatrapidity
rapidity lie I1 fearedl eared that the sun of pros prosperity ¬
perity had reached ks aenlth and he be believed be ¬
lieved that hat it was hip time to think thinkabout thinkabout
about the conservation of our natural naturalresources
resources His H thought however that thatthere thatthe
there the w WQoi wa 4iIU ctWI < 5irtVs as mu irnxh u h in JnteJHgent JnteJHgentdevelopment
development of our oi resources aare as In the theconservation thcOlUlenaUoa
conservation jw calls ca1Jr1 called aD those tbo thos resource resourceDr rewurceLDr resurossDr
Dr Van Hahss H8 H + now a member of the thefaculty thefaculty
faculty of the University of Minnesota Minnesotaand MJRn8llOtaand
and formerly a member of the United UnitedStates Untte4StatIM
States Geological Survey yt ae then theneaUe4 theneaUe4and called calledand calledand
and he n made anwaddress an address oa o waste of o me metallic me metaWe ¬
tallic resouross re roUro opecially < coal I iron Iron and andcopper andcopper andcopper
copper which cot cortnadsd iaanded dose attention attentionThere at attentionThere nt1on nt1onTWo
There were calls CRl all alloY over < th tho room for forGov forY
Gov Y Hushes H ugh but dt t was announced ha hahad IQ IQhad
had been obliged oQIIg d to trCurn return to Albany AlbanySomebody Al AlS 1bJWP
Somebody ortod fen Secretary Rao Rear t and andthe andthe
the delegates d were chewing ht a minute minuteMr minuteMr
Mr Root proceeded to make a a meet 1II tJt sig significant slgn1fteaat ¬
nificant a address a44re speaking 1LktD of the rights rightsof rlrhtiot
of the States and therJghts tII of theiFed theiFederal t eljFedera
era era government governmentSir sovenmwmtJIr
Sir Roots Address AddressTte Addresson
Tte on m base MH the reoraaacUMfog ta of atsoT fortyfear fortyfearHTonfo f fear fearaanaIIa
HTonfo aanaIIa soT Bt Jtat41L iooU aeroreisB 1M TriRL AH are bora at the ttwinTitetiojLof tIteinYUadaflf
inTitetiojLof Usel tho u1DH t nwefcn wc B adaitl ooU tbe United Uaite4aWL 5tatM 5tatMNo atM atMNo
No 0 one em onnetfaMto ttnate te the JteparUaca otas oP oDWDiIIC o aefa io iotuaiar
tuaiar tainin the ei IwiffMnl tedssl towwten IGt es of U tIN snord snordSUtae SM SMSta eitelStats
Stats Sta MIll MM com a qnoaOon qet oe the fcaeorteaed ocMee of ofiniliiUlMlBg otIt ofinninig
iniliiUlMlBg It Ii the seroNteBlT ot the HUH 1 I fed feddeeply fHldeepIJ
deeply tapMewd howom tvttli e ito tfeat the thelortjek Uteorq
orq lortjek Jomclgt sood StatM 3m fa the porfonwaw Me of the ttaduties Udut1a thetuttes
duties of goiOMMimt LIlat are la IatdBc tes Wu4 MBis4 tho c Mate MateoC aU aUit
oC it aefiinpaert 11I1 lit wWeh kI other o tomeifattM of Ute tbaerth Uteurth
erth lie mcbei mcbeiWhat nIIdMdfhat
What mry State tatc dot oes k tapgctao te the poaoie poaoieof JIMIIIeof deaie
of 1 emy en other otb State The State 8taI la ike he Bwrctw aI aItbeir X Xtbeir
tbeir stmdp soisoslintbw t e im the eawciw o of f tile pewer re rethat re reNrnd
Nrnd to tJM th heon a dat7 ty 111 p l1R EiMDar t8 t8that
that which ic patemed by b tk Ni Mtfc Jl Meo u > w of elybn ofwbet Bw c cwh
ybn wh i they eoodnet net negodaUoM JIIID neoUnUo for in B JtIAl atual v lIMIer lIMIerItaDdD1g jcr jcrstaodirg
standing lid aratiwl sdael 1 good 1DGdSo goodNo
No SUt State has the right to toe imto Utrff alone It ItU Uis Itii
U tree that the Coattitvtfcm focU4 Io fUtes tMan to BHk BHkwtIJa ak akMrweievto I
Mrweievto a4oose with each other without theroowest ue the C ooont o oCoaamc ol f fc
Coaamc c COODe tat then te w w Itaut t to the n JRIIIlW Hibar ef efagneeteete eftIIai e
agneeteete gTe that eejtbe CQ a be BMde aed wWi tb Ute eot1H8C eoooo < OM t at atConcitas elf ofI7onri
Concitas f I7onri ODCrM The States teins should not tote force the aaUeoil aaUeoilgoftnsMst MUotWgot
got goftnsMst t to do what they ifaoold do doPrcsent tfaaeueiTas tfaaeueiTasPresent toolyPresent
Present a ResolutionFollOwtac Resolution ResolutionFollowing
Following Mr Hammonds ntonds address a dress a acommittee aCOD1lllft
COD1lllft committee 18 composed of Cnarlfcg 0hri Macdon Macdonaid MaedonaId Macdonaid
aid aId president of the American Society S of ofCivil ofClvU
Civil Engineers ntheer John Hays H Ha a Hammond Hammondpresident Hammondprealdent
president of the American Institute of ofMining otMln
Mining Mln Engineers Mlnard Lafever Hoi Hoiman HotInaa Holmaa
man nrasident of the Society af f Mechani Mechanical Mechanical ¬
cal Engineers and Heft Henry Gordon Stott Stottpresidciit StottpreaJftat Stottpresident
president of the American Institute of ofElectrical otElecQiel
Electrical Engineers and representing representingmore repreeentJDgmore
more than 3 000 American Engineers Engineerspresented Engineerspresented Engineerspresented
presented a resolution which they asked askedbe ked kedbe L
be adopted by the conference conferencePermanent oonferncePermanent conferencerormancut
Permanent Association AssociationGov ssoclattonGw
Gov Joseph Folk of Missouri Mis ourl also of offered otfffICl ¬
fered a resolution re along similar mUar lines and andlooking andlook andlookinE L
looking look to a permanent association aaeodationot aaeodationotgoventOn of ofgovernors oigoynoss
governors subject J ct to the oaR of the thePresident thePlewe1K th thPres4ent
President The Th resolutions were referred referredto I Ito
to the committee committeeAt oOllunuAt tmItte tmItteAt
At the conclusion c1usIon of Mr Mraddress Carnegies Carnegiesaddress Carneglesaddress
address President Roosevelt Roo eftlt announced announcedthat announcdthat L Lthat
that owing owts to the pressure of other busi business busIneu buMflees ¬
ness neu it would be impossible Impo tble fOr r r him to toremain tolt1D8ln tcremain
remain throughout the length of each eachsession eachS6e8i0n L Lsession
session but that he would call each eachsession eachsfJSldon eaci eacisesnLn
session to order and then choose one oneof oneor
of the governors vernors to preside td He then thencalled thencalled L Lcalled
called upon Gov Noel of Mississippi and andafter andafter L Lafter
after th Ute latter had taken the chair the thePresident thePmtdeDt I IPrenidnist
President withdrew withdrewIn
In the early rly portion of the afternoon afternoonsession afternoonsession I Isession
session president reld nt Roosevelt turned to toWilliam toWU1tam tc I IWillIam
William Jennings Bryan and andMld said that thatit thatIt thatIt
it was the desire of the body that he headdress headdrf8S I Iaddress
address it it Mr Bryan asked that he hebe hebe I Ibe
be excused excu ed until later in the evening and andat lindat am I Iat
at the close e of the general discussion Mr MrBryan MrBryan MrBryan
Bryan was again called upon He asked askedhowtver aakdhowfver askedbewiver
howtver that he be excused until Fri Friday Friday ¬
day He said aJd he was deeply d6eJ ly interested interestedin Intere ted tedIn I IIn
in forest and a CI waterways and desired to tospeak tospeak t tspeak
speak on that subject Instead of minerals mineralsHis
His request was granted and MrV Mi Bryan Bryanwill BryanwUl Bryarwill
will address the gathering at one of the thesessions thesealonl th thsessiou
sessions 01 0 oqPrlday oqPrldayAfter Friday JPridayAfter FridayAfter
After the t1t Introduction of the resolu resolutions resolutions resolulions ¬
lions tions the meeting was adjourned until I
10 1 oclock this tb1 morning when in addition additionto 1 1to
to the routine work Gov John Johnson Johnsonof ctn ctnot
of Minnesota Minne ota will 111 speak speakFIREPROOF speakFIREPROOF speakJ1
J1 FIREPROOF STORAGE STORAGESeparate STORAGESeparate 4
idI Separate locked rooms room C
from S2 2 month up Ex Expert Expert Ezpert ¬
pert handlers Estimates EstIatatei
i furnished furnishedMerchant furnishedMerchants furnishedMerchants
Merchants Transfer i t Storage Co
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ANDREW CARNEGIE WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN JAMES J HILL JOHN MITCHELL
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MR CARNEGIES SPEECH SPEECHIn
In view of the thflsoberllS sobering facts presented presentedthe preS8l1tedtbl
the th thoughtful man is forced to realize realizefirst roaJlzeftrst
ftrst first fi rst that our production and consumption consumptionof
of o f minerals are increasing much more morerapidly morerapidly
rapidly ra pMty than our population and second secondthat liI srond nd ndthat
that th at our methods are so faulty and ex extravagant extravllglnt ¬
travagant tr that the average Brage waste is veryeat
great gr eat and In coal almost as great as ths thsamount thsamount I
amount a consumed The serious loss Io of Ut Utill
in 1 the mines tis Is a feature that can no nolonger nol
longer l lo pger he overlooked Nor can ca we fall teealias
realise r that the most useful minerals lherals will willshortly willIhortly
shortly s become scarce and may soon reach reachprohibitive raaehpronlbiUve
prohibitive p oast unless 911 ster to I Iwaste
waste w eate are taken in the Interest Int re t of th thutere
future futureI tut f re
I have for fo many years lars been impressed impressedwith ImprnMdwtth L
with w ith the steady depletion of our iron or orsupply orsupply on onupply
supply s It is staggering to learn that
so
once o nce supposed ample supply of rich or oroan ors
can c an hardly outlast the generation no r
appearing app a r1ng leaving only onI the leaner l er ores oresfor oresfor I
for f or the later years of ofthe the century It ii iioy
my s oy Judgment as a practical man accus accustomed acousoined
tomed t to dealing with those material fac factors facors
tb tors t ors on which our national prosperity Is Isased
based b ased that it Is time to take thought fose
the th e morrow I fully concur in the opin opinion opinIon opinon
ion I on of the President that the state tte of
resources r raises one of the most serious seriousissues serloWiISIues serlowssues 5
issues i ssues now before the th American people peopleand peoplaDd peoplend
and a nd hope that this national meeting will willlead wtllload WI I Ioad
lead l to wise action actionWe aeUonWe actionWe
We are nationally In the position of o oarge
large l arge family receiving a rich patrimonyfrom patrunenrom
from f rom thrifty parents deceased intestate intestatethe IntMtatthe 1ntentatehe
the t he President may be likened to tnc th eldest eldestson eldMtson einenes
son es and the governors to younger broth brothers brothn brothrs ¬
ers e n Jointly responsible for the minors minorsthe minorsthe minorsthe
the experts exJJ rts assembled a tiltbltd may be likened to to1he U S Sthe
ithe the family solicitors Now the first dut
of o f such 4 l4ulUY family is to totakt Tike k stock of It Itpatrimony
patrimony p the th next to manag m mna the
in i n such manner that none shall be wasted wastedthat wutedthat wastedhat
that t all be put to the geratest good of the theliving theliving thi thiiving
living l and their descendants d endants New tn
have h ave just begun to take tak stock st ck of our na national na national naional ¬
tional t patrimony trlmenYj and it Is with the deep d dest deepst
jest est e st y sense ens of responsibility rMpon lbntt Imposed on me meby Jfteby jsii S Sy
by b y the invitation to this meeting to the thenation tbenation th S Sation
nation n and to coming generations of all alltime al1Ume al alime
time t nt that I i speak as one of the Junior junioriIOlteltors mob
j solicitors In my opinion we skouliatch
watch w atch closely all 11 the assets and begin beginboth beginboth a aoth
both b oth to save and to use them more wisely wiselyConditions wiselyComUtlons wiselyConditions
Conditions of Iron IronI IronLet IronLet
I Let u s begin with Iron We must in inI Inall Ii I Ill
I all a ll possible ways lessen the demands demandsupon tJ lHlIds lHlIdsupon S Spon
upon u pon it for it is with iron ore we are areleast artlaut ar S Seast
least l east adequately provided One of the theI thechle tb C Chief
I chief c hief uses of this metal is connected with withtransportation withtraneportatlon I Iraneportatbon
transportation t mainly by rail Moving Movini4Oo
1090 l tons of heavy hea freight by rait re requires re requIres reuirea ¬
quires q uirea an SO ZOton ton locomotive and twenty twentyfive twentyfive twentyive
five f 20ton steel cars each of itton ton ca capacity Cpticlty caacity ¬
pacity p or 66 tons of Iron and steel with withan withan witin
an a n average LYOra e of say ten miles of double doubletrack doubletrack C Crack
track t with 99pound rails or 117 17 tons tonsadditional tonsaddlUQnal ton S Sdditional
additional a so tha that that including fncludhi switches switchesfrogs switchesfrogs I Irogs
frogs f rogs fishplates spikes and other inci incidentals Jncidentals Jucientals ¬
dentals d the carriage requires the use u e of ofan ofan o I Ian
an equal weight of metal me l1 The seme amefreight semefreight am C Creight
freight f may be moved by water by means meansof meansof S Sf
of o f 100 to 260 O tons of metal so that the thesubstitution thesubstitution th C Cubstitution
os
substitution s of water carriage for rail railcarriage nllcarriage railCrrlage
carriage would reduce the consumption consumptionof I If
of o f Iron by three threfourtbs fourths Ito to seveneighths seveneighthsin C Cn
in I n this department At the same time timethe timethe tim C Che
the t he consumption of coal for motive power powerwould powerwould r rwould
would be reduced 150 i to 75 per cent cent with witha withcorrespondelng wit is iscorrespondeing
a a correspondeing reduction in the coal ra raquirod r rqulred required
quirod for smelting No single step open opento ope opa t ri rio
to t o us today would do more to check checkthe checktho ehec k kh
the t h drain on iron and coal than the sub substitution substitution substitutlon ¬
stitution of o watercarriage for railcar railcarrlage raUcarrlage rallcasag
rlage n ag wherever practicable and the care careful carefUl I Iful ¬
ful adjustment of the one to the other otherthroughout otherthroughout r rhroughout
throughout t the country countryThe countryThe countryThe
The next ne < t great use of Iron Is in con construction construction contruction ¬
struction s especially of buildings and andbridges andbridges an anbridges
bridges Fortunately the use of con concrete concl1ete cciicrete ¬
crete simple and reinforced is already alreadyreducing alreadyrooucJng niread nireadreducing
reducing the consumption of t structural structuralsteel structuralsteel structuralsteel
steel The Th materials for cement and con concrete concrete conCrete ¬
crete abound abo md In every part of the coun country countr country ¬
try tr and white the arts of making and andusing andU3lng andusing
using them are still In their infancy the theproduots theproduots theproduOts
produots promise to become superior to tosteel tosteel t tsteel
steel and stone In strength durability durabilityconvenience durabl durabilityconvenience ty tycQnventonce
convenience and economy of use The Thecement Theceme1t Thecement
cement Industry is growing rapidly rapIdly large largely largely largey ¬
ly l y in connection with the making of iron ironand ironand ironand
and steel so that the substitution 8ubst1tut1o of th thnew thnew the thenew
new material will not involve abandon abandonment abandonment aban4onmont ¬
ment of plants or loss of Invested capital capitalTha CaPitalThe capitalThe
The hitherto useless slag hills of which whichmany whichmany whichmany
many may be e seen en around blast furnaces furnacesare furnacesare furnacesare
are now being made directly Into cement cementarid cementr1d cementazid
arid r1d yielding high profits It has become becomea becomebyproduct
a byproduct the extra cost scarcely scarcelymore acarcelymore Scarcelymore
more than the former cost of piling the theslag theslag
slag 55 away
Wars Use of Steel SteelA SteelHA SteelA
HA A large current use of steel of the thehighest thehighest thehighest
highest quality is for battle ships ord ordnance ordnance ordnanco ¬
nance projectiles and small arms Hap Happily Happlly Happlly ¬
plly there ar are signs of an awakening of ofthe otthe ofthe
the public conscience and of the sense senseof senseot senseof
of national righteousness whereby civil civilized civilIzed civilized ¬
ized nations must be led to adopt those thosemoral thoE thoEmoral thosemoral
moral standards which already regulate regulateIndividual regulateIndividual regulateIndtvldual
Individual conduct the world is soon to tolearn tolearn tolearn
learn that war is not not only too disgrace disgracefully dlsgracetUIl disgracefully ¬
fully tUIl inhuman but too wasteful to be betolerated betolerated betolerated
tolerated and this serious drain upon uponour uponour uponour
our iron ores will cease ceaseA caa ceaseA e eA
A promising mode of reducing Iron Ironconsumption ironconsumption IronconsumptIon
consumption is opening through the de development deY developmont ¬
velopment Y lopment of iron alloys allo The making makingof maimingof
of steel was first an accident and long longa
a secret art and mystery it was not notuntil notunUl notuntil
until after the republic was founded that thatsteel thatsteel thatsteel
steel was recognized as an alloy of Iron Ironand ironand Ironand
and carbon and It was only within the thememory thememory thememory
memory of men now present pr ont that nickel nickelsilver nickelsilver nickelsilver
silver zircon tungsten and other min minerals minerals ruinerals ¬
erals were scientifically alloyed with withiron withiron withIron
iron to yield those protean modern steels steelsadapted steelsadapted steelsadapted
adapted to an averlncreaalng range of ofuseg ofusers ofios
users ios An l1 the end Is not yet et every expert expertknows expertknows
knows that metal alloying Is In its 1 1t In Infancy Infancy n nt nWe ¬
fancy fancyWe t
We now come to coal How shall we wecave weve weravo
cave ve that Current uses U3esor or rather cur
rent r ent wastes wastesoffer otter offer sugestjons The most mostserious mostsertous mosterious
serious s waste arises from imperfect com comustion comItton cornstlon
su
ustion u In furnace and firebox The waste wasteof wasteof wastef
of o f 90 per cent and over of the potential potentialenergy potentlpltDtrgy potentialnsrgy
energy e of the fuel in powerproduction powerproductionwhich POwerproductfonwhich powerproductionwhich
which however we w know not yet et how howto howto howo
to t o avoid avoldh la appalling In Itself while the thesmoke thesnoke themoke
smoke s and soot from the chimneys be becloud becl bel ¬
cl cloud c l ud and befoul cities poison hvsman hvsmanlungs hoinanugs
lungs 1 ugs and prepare the way for puu puumonia J1M J1Mmtmla pIe4mania
mania one of our worst modern modernscourges moderniCOUrgM moderncourges
scourges s and Initiate all manner of ad addltional addltloNI aditlonl
dltional d itlonl wastes We have already learned learnedthat loornodI learnedhat
that t internalcombustion engines and gas gasproducers gasproduoers gasproducers
I producers double or triple the th power powerper powerpel powerper
per unit of coal obviate the smoke nuis nuisance nulsanc nuusacs ¬
ance anc s acs and also permit the use of lignite ligniteculm 1I ligniteults t11ta t11tacalm
calm c ults slack and Interior coals coalsIn In fact factso tact tactao tactso
so far as powerpreductlon by reciprocal reciprocalengines rQclprocaldAM reciprocalengines
engines dAM Is J concerned the days of steam steamseem steamm steam0CM
seem 5 m to 1he HI be numbered although the de development deJopment developmaiit ¬
velopment Jopment of substitutes su UtutLl is 1 still in Its In Infancy Intancy Infancy ¬
fancy The consumption of cool in smelt smelting sm smeltng 1t 1t1ft ¬
ing I ng U necessarily neseaeai biy large of late the loss lossis 1088l loseFS4UCOd
is l reduced by using the furnacegases for forpower forpower forand
power and by making byproducU yet yetthe yetthe et etthe
the chief saving must lie in economy in inthe inth Inthe
the th us of metals Much of our coke cokemaking cokemklng cokemaking
making is still extravagant some ovens ovensuse ovens11M ovensus
use us the gases and all should do d so with without without without ¬
out d dtiaylt layHf necessary under State reg regulation regulatJon regulation ¬
ulation since the people have soma rignts rigntsboth rlgntlboth rigntnboth
both in the preservation of their heritage heritageand horltageMCl heritageand
and in maintaining the purity of the air airthey Airthe Airthey
they the breathe breatheCoal bltatbaCoal breathsCoal
Coal Waste nate in lining Mining1Next MiningNext liningNext
Next to imperfect combustion the thechief thedUet thEchief
chief waste of eeal arises in mining miningThe mtnl mtnlThe miningThe
The early colliers saw no value In coal coalin coalIn coalin
in the ground any more more than early millers millerssaw mlllorsaaw I Isaw
saw value in the flow of the stream to tothem totMm tm I Ithem
them coal acquired value only through throughthe throughtbe I Ithe
the labor of mining it It just as to the themiller theumv 1 1n1Ier
miller the stream acquired value only as ashead tiSMcl as S Shoed
head was produced PrOdJJOOii tor the labor cf build building buildlag ¬
lag 1 dam and nd will tW So the coal taken out in inthe Inthe Is L Lthe
the British Drlt and German collieries was a asort aIOrt I Ieart
sort of treasure trove that left In the theground tbeground I Iground
ground was nobodys loss Likewise In Inearly Inearly ir I Iearly
early American mining the coal mined minedmerely minedmerely mino I Imerely
merely yielded ylelcMda a return for labor and andtho andthotJlars the thepillars S Spillars
pillars and slack and poor coal left In Inthe Inthe Is I Ithe
the ground were nobodys affair It was wasyears wastArs I
II
years after att mining began before coal coallands ooalJaJUJa oca ocalands I
lands wore thought t to have any other othervalue othervalue m mvalue
value than as woodlands or farmlands farmlandsThus farmlandsTtUI
Thus the 1Deredlbl Incredibly wasteful methods methodswere methodswere methodswere I
were natural enaugh It labor could be besaved belaved in S
saved and profit gained by taking out outbut outbut ciii ciiibut t St
but a third or half of the richest part of ofthe oftbe 01 I Ithe
the seam leaving the rest to be rendered renderedinsccesslMa renderedIn I
insccesslMa In hle by caving c vlng so be it No one onethought on onthought i Ii
thought Of It as an improvident Now Nowthat Nowthat V
NoiI
that the coal in the ground is recognized recognizedas r gnlzed gnlzedu I
as part and a great part of the value of ofcoal ofeal 01 I Icoal
coal lands selfinterest impels the opera operator operator operatot ¬
tor to take out all 11 he can and leads the thei theminer tinminer
i miner to work close to floor and root roofBad rootBad rootBad
Bad results may maYMmetlmes sometimes follow as In Inthe Inthe Is r rthe
the anthracite region where the entire entireforest enUrefore i
forest t growth has been stripped and andboth andbotb aru aruboth I iI
both land and streams strelq1s ruined to timber timberthe timberthe r rthe
the mines and In those terrible accidents accidentswhen accidentswhen S Swhen
when in removing the pillars of coal the theminers theminors tisi S Sminers
miners are buried Coal Co 1 mining cries out outfor outtor oU t
for expert eXl ert > knowledge whereby the full fullyield fullyleJd ful fulS tI I
yield may be obtained without needless needlessrisk needlessrisk needlerrisk S
risk or low and for wise police regula regulation regulation ¬
tion whereby life may may be protected protectedagainst pro protectesagainst ected ectedagainst 1
against ignorance and cupidity cupidityThe cupidityThe cupidityThe
The most promising check on coal con consumption consumption ¬
sumption is the substitution of other otherpower otherpower othe othepower 5
power power Naturalists tell us that coal is a areservoir areservoir i
reservoir of solar energy stored up In ages agespast agespast age iS S
ageS
past and that the same Is partly true truealso truealso tm tmalso S
also of other chemically complex sub substances substances substances ¬
stances including ores The sunmotor sunmotorstill sunmotorstili sunmotostill
still run runs its rays render the globe hab habitable habItable habttable ¬
itable and may yet be made to produce producepower producepower C Cpower
power through solar engines or may be beconcentrated becuneentrattd b a aconcentrated
concentrated In furnaces furnacesas as In the Por Portuguese Portuguese Portugueso ¬
tuguese priests heliophore at the St StLABOR StLABOR SI SILABOR
LABOR DELEGATE
EDWARD EDV ARD HIRSCH HIRSCHMr HIRSCltMr HIRSCHMr
Mr Hirsch who Is from Baltimore en enjoys enJOYS I Ijoys ¬
joys the distinction of being one of the theyoungest theyoungest Ui a ayoungest
youngest delegates In attendance on the thegovernors thegovernors th e egovernOrs
governors convention which convened convenedyesterday convenedyosterda convene d dyesterday
yesterday at the White House He Is also alsothe aleothe ale 0 0the
the only representative selected by any an of ofthe otthe c If Ifthe
the governors from the laboring element elementMr elementMr t tMr
Mr Trsch has attended nil of the big bigconventions bigeonentfons bi biconventions
conventions of t importance of recent years yearsand yearsnd year yearend
and < nd has always aJw s appeared in the interest interestof st stof
of the laboring class classHe classHe classHe
He Is 1 president pre l 1ent < of the Federation of ofLabor otLflbor c If IfLabor
Labor in Baltimore and also odltor of the Us UsLabor
Labor Leader a paper devoted to the thecause theC iii iiicause
cause C use of wOrkingmen Last year y < ar he rep represented reprasented re rerosented ¬
resented the Stato of Maryland at the Us 10
National Nfttlo l Civic Federation convention In I n
Chicago C lC1lgG He has always advcfeated dvo dvtated ated the theflighthour theQIg Us 4 4ulgbthour
flighthour QIg thourbUl bill the child labor lab9rI laws Wsand and an d
the theetnpIoy th employers fS liability bill <
Louis Exposition with Its temperature pf 1
6000 degrees F in which a a cube eu of iron ironevaporated IronevaporAted
evaporated like a snowball in a Bessemer Bessemerconverter Bessemeroonverter Bessemeloonverter
oonverter The sun helps to raise ral the tides tideswhich tld6BwtUcn
which some day will in b bt harnessed harl l5sod and andstill andIItm an anstilt I
still more practically it raises vapor from fromtho fromtho I
tho a see a to fall a I rain and supply our ourmillstreams ourmmstreams
millstreams and rivers rlve which it is asti astimated OIlUmated ostimated
mated may some day yield over 30000000 30000000horsepewer aoOOOooohorsepoweror
horsepewer horsepoweror or more than all new pro produced produced ¬
duced from fuel by all our engines 6 gints com combined combined ¬
bined Dr Prltchett Is responsible for cornS the thestatement thestatement fbI fbItatement S
statement that on a clear day when well wellabove wenabove Wel I
above the horizon ortzon the sun delivers upon uponeach uponeach i
each square acre of the earths surface surfaceexposed surfaceexposed i
exposed to its rays the equivalent ot 7109 7109horsepower UOOhorsepower 7W I
horsepower working continuously eontlnuouIJ Thus Thusthere Thustn Thu
there tn in abundance vn of power pow lying around aroundus StOUflI roundus I
us if we w only knew how to harness it It It Itf ItI I t
f is only within the past decade that alec electrieal eleetrlea1 alectriosi
trieal transmission has made water power powergenerally powerganeraUy r
generally available for driving machinery machineryfor mublerytor machineryfor
for smelting and for moving trains Ualns and andhas andhas ens I
has at the same time created new mar market market ¬
ket for or copper yet it Is a safe forecast forecastthat torecuttJtAt erects erectsthat t
that this method of using solar energy energyfor enrg I
for such water T is at the t e product of sun sunheat sunh18t
heat will 11t soon affect the constantly eG tantlY in increasing IncreastlS increasing ¬
creasing drain on en our coal And just as asthe uthe a a
the wood and the atM and the mineral m
fuels have become sources ou of wealth and andpower andpower an anpower
power within our memory m mory so will ill become becomethe becosnthe
the running waters ters within Ithln a few years yearsMineral YUtsJllueral
Mineral Supplies Fade Fd Array ArrayNo AwayNo WRT WRTNo
No practical man can study 5tues our min mineral mineral I Ielal ¬
eral supplies without seeing that they theyare tbeyare the 3 3era
are melting aky a ay under our national nationalgrowth MttonalgrowUl potion I Igrowth
growth at a geometrically increasing rate rateand rateand 5
and without re realizing that unless uBI the loss lossIs 1CNIIs ion ionl
Is l checked Ms descendants must suffer suffert IJUft IJUfttor
tor eaR be cofder cosider way ways ot JKueqtng g
the supply wKout t realizing the need Ied Pt PtwIder f fwW Cwider
wW wider r and deeper dMP knowledge than wt It new newposfiws newP nc ii iipossess
possess It was ft not resources alone that thatgave thattav tea t tgave
gave tav this t country its prosperity tat in Is I ¬
ventive III skill and industrial enterprtee enterprteeapplied 8ntw 8ntwappUed C Capplied
applied to Its
resources Individually we w e
hare been both forehanded and fore foreminded on onm1nd
minded m1nd nationally we have been fore 1 ¬
handed chiefly through the accident of c If
discovery by John Smith and Walter sr
Raleigh but nationally we are not yet ys it
foreminded So far as our mineral wealth wealt hi
is I concerned the need of the day is pru I ¬
dent foresight coupled with ceaseless re research ra raseerch rs 5 5search ¬
search in order that new minerals may be is se
discovered new alloys lIos produced new newcompounds newcomPQllads mci 5 5compvsvsjs
compounds of common substances made madeavailable madeavallabll mad is isavailable
available new powerproducing devices 0
developed The most careful inventory y
of 0 the family patrimony should be made I
I i plead for economy that the
next gen generation generatlon 5 5oration ¬
oration and the next may be saved from fromwantbut fromwantbut trw n nwanthot
wantbut especially tT I urge research rOl CUCh into hit 0
and mastery over nature In order that ten Lt
two blades blad may be made to grow where whereone whoreone whet e eone
one grew before that the golden grain gra a
may b bt made to replace woody grass S
that crude crud rocks may be made to yield yiol d
fine metals metalsI
I urge on the executives here assem ¬
bled as our greatest need today tod the need nee d
for better and more practical l knowledge S
It was we never more true than now that tin Lt
Knowledge is power The States haw ha e
done much th the Federal Government has hr s
done much Individual men have done donemuch donemuch dot e emuch
much for research ru rch in tho history of this thiscountry thiscountry th
country knowledge has advanced adva as never novs 55 55country
before and thereby ther the materials and as I
forces of nature have bean brought under undercontrol undercontrol undi t tcontrol
control as no man dreamed when the thenation thenatJon tI se senatioji
nation was founded Yet if our career of ofprosperity otprosp ifprosperity
prosperity prosp rl is to continue it must be on c in
the basis of computer control of national nationalsources nationalsouroes natioxr 11 11of
sources of material and power than we e
have thus far exercised a control to be begained begained I in ingained
gained only by research researchIn r researchIn rch rchIn
In conclusion Mr President and gov governors governors go r rernors ¬
ernors of ot o our States 3tatel it seems to me our os ir
duty is JsFirst isFlrat IsFirst
First consitrvatlon of forests to rests for no r so
forests no bng ng navigable rivers no norivers x so sorivers
rivers no chatp transportation transportationSecond transportaUonSecond transportationSecond
Second to systematize our water wati at ir r
transportaUon putting the whole work in
the hands of the reclamation reclalQ tlon sarvlce sarvlcewhich 0 0which
which has already proved Itself ltael highly high ly
capable by Its ts admirable work Cheap Char LI
water transportation for heavy hM freights treigh ts
brings many advantages and means meansgreat meansgreat meai is isgreat
great saving to our 0U ore supplies Rail Railroads Railroads 1 1roadg ¬
roads require much steel water does not no t
Third conservation of o soil More than thana this Ui Uia
a thousand millions of o ton of
our rich richest richest rich richest ¬
est soil are swept Into the sea every eves 7
year clogging the rivers on its way and sir
filling our harbors Less soil lass crops cropes
less le es crops less commerce less wealth
The way is not new Washington and am id
his compatriots pushed into the unknown nnknon rn
In projecting a nation n tlon on new principles 5
Franklin grasped gras a U hardly known princi principality principality ii iipailty ¬
pality through the Geneva treaty and am sd
Jefferson seized an unexplored half con eoi C ¬
Uncut despite protests of those whose who
knowledge was even leIS Ie than his own ow
Fulton Morse orJe Henry H nry Edison and Bell Bellcame Bellcame Br ii iicame
came to stand as kings among men by I jy
pushing into the unknown Today the tl ie
time Js ripe for a further advance our oi r
President with farsighted patriotism has hasarisen hasarisen hi s sarisen
arisen to lead effort and action He de deserves deserves d e eserves ¬
serves and I am sure 8ur will receive receiveS your yourearnest yourearnest yos r rearnest
earnest support and that of all citizens citizenswho cltlzonswho cttlzoi is iswho
who understand the importance of the theproblems theproblems U e eproblems
problems involved involvedBrnkeman invohedDrnkeman involvedBrakeman
Brakeman Lose lUll Arm ArmWhile ArmWhile ArmWhile
While walking along the railroad railroad track trackin tracks s
in the vicinity of o the freight frelght1ards yards at atFourteenth atFourteenth atFourteenth
Fourteenth street and Maryland avemio avemiosouthwest avenUsouthwest aveni its itssouthwest
southwest last night Theodore A Sohu Sohupert So1upert Sqjr U Upert
pert was hit by a passenger train and re received received r a acelved ¬
ceived Injuries tvhicb vhich later necessitated necessitatedthe rd rdthe
the amputation of his right rl ht arm The Theoperation TheoperaUon TI se seoperation
operation was performed at Providence ProvidenceHospital ProvidenceHospital Providen cc ccHospital
Hospital Sohupert Is a brakeman b k8man on the U e
Philadelphia Phn delphla Baltimore and Washington WashingtonRailroad WaslngtonRailroad in inRaIlroad
Railroad He resides at 421 New Jersey Jersoyavenue Jerseyavonue Jeres ly lyavenue
avenue southeast southeastClintons southeastCllntonfI southeastChiafons
Clintons Body to Go toNew to ew York YorkThe YorkTu YorkThe
The body of George Clinton first gov governor bOvemor go v vemnor ¬
ernor of New York which was exhumed exhumedat eahusm td tdat 3
at Congressional Cemetery Cemater Monday will willbe wUlcarrled w ill illcarried I
be carried to Kingston N Y where It Itvjll itilI t
will vjll ilI be reburkd May 27 The body Is IsaoW Is110W B
aoW now In the public publIc vault of the cemetery cemeteryn
n
CANDIDATES CANDIDATESIHYIBW CANDIDATESIHYIBWPltesiden CANIIJIIATESIN 1 1 1Presidential VIEW VIEWPresidentialAspiraflts
Presidential Pltesiden PresidentialAspiraflts fialAspirall Aspirants ts at the theWhite theWhite theWhite
White House HouseEXCHANGE HouseXCKANGE t tEXCHANGE
EXCHANGE CORDIAL GREETING GREETINGOne
One of the Greatest Resource of ofConference ofConference ofConference
Conference of Governors Gove norB Is Is I Num Namber Numher Numher
her of Men Ien Whose Vbo c Names Have HaveBeen HaveBeen HaveBeen
Been Mentioned in Connection Connectionvrith Oonncctlonwith Connectionwith
with the Presidency PresidencyIt Pr fdcnc fdcncIt
It Is not notpossIble possible ostble to walk alk half h lt a block blockin blockIn blockin
in the busy bus streets of Washington with without without without
out meeting at least two Qr three gover governors governora governets ¬
nora Next to governors numerically numericallyare
are the Presidential candidates who are arealso arealso arealso
also attending the White House Hou confer conference conterence conference ¬
ence on the conservation of natural re resources resources resources
sources In fact one of tbs greatest re resources resources resources ¬
sources Is the th supply pply of candidates candidatesWithin oandidatesWithin candidatesyjthIn
Within the space of a quarter of an anhour 8nhour anhour
hour five candidates for the Presidency Presidencyentered Presidencyentereq Presidencyenterer
entered enterer the east door of the White WhiteEfouse WhiteHouse Whteouse
House ouse yesterday morning Mr Fair Fairbanks Fairbanks a1r a1rbanks ¬
banks of Indiana came catJe first and soon sooaafterward soonafterward scottafterward
afterward arrived Gov John Johnson of ofMinnesota orMinnesota ofMInnesota
Minnesota Within a minute Mr Bryan Bryanentered Bryanentered Bryanentered
entered and he and the Minnesotan met metface metface metface
face to face Among the governors and anddelegates anddelegates anddelcgats
delegates there was an average of only onlya only onlya
a little less than one frock noat and one onesilk onefilJk onesilk
silk hat for each ee h individual but Gov GovJohnson GovJohnson GovJohnson
Johnson although the day was one of the thewarmest thewarmest thewarmest
warmest of the season looked coal in a abusiness abusiness abusiness
I IColoJ
business suit of light green greenColor greenColor
Color of HI Ills Cravat OravntHis OrlnntHLs CravatIlls
His oravat was a darker shade of the thecame thetame theame
came s ame color Mr dr r Bryan wore a frock frockcoat trookcoat frockoat
coat c oat black bla k waistcoat and an dark trousers trousersGov trousersGov trousersev
Gov 0 ev Johnson extended his hand to Mr MrBryan MrBryan Mrryan
Bryan U ryan saying gaylngHow sayingHow sayingHow
How do you do with great cordial cordiality cordl81Ity cordialy ¬
ity fl y and received ft a hearty handshake handshakeand bandsbekeand handshakend
and a nd a Good morning air airA ldrA sirA
A moment after this meeting of Demo Democratic DemoQratlo Demoratlo ¬
cratic c ratlo candidates Joseph W V Folk of ofMissouri orMissourI ofissourI
Missouri M issourI put in an appearance walking walkingunattended walkingunattend walkingnattended
unattended unattend u d and was soon engaged in inconversation Inconverlatlon Inonversation
conversation c with Uh a group of delegates delegatesand deJC delegatesnd t6B t6Band
and a nd Democratic statesmen 8tat6Sm from the West WestAbout Westbout e8t e8tAbout
About A bout this time Gov Hughes of New NewYork NewYork Nswork
York Y ork arrived accompanied by the thee ttreedelegates theeelegatu threeelegates
delegates d elegatu from the Empire State and andhe andh aride
he h e was kept busy shaking hands with witha withlarge
a large number of persons The hand handshaking handshaking handhaking ¬
as
shaking s was interrupted by a pho photographer phorapher phoographer ¬
tographer f rapher who asked the governor and andthe antithe andthe
the New York delegates to stand in the thedoorway thedoorwAY theoorway
doorway d dt oorway while he made a snapshot of ofth ofthe ofhe
th the t he group Mr Hughes Hugh appeared apPMr to be bein beIn ben
in I n high spirits and he shook hands right rightand rightand rightnd
and a nd left for a quarter of t an hour before beforepassing befQrepassing beforepassing
passing out of the entrance lobby on onthe onthe onhe
the t he way to the East Room where the theconference theoonteronee theonference
conference o was to be held heldPrenldent heldPr heldPresildent
Prenldent Pr ltlen Not ot Visible VisiblePresident VIsIbl VIsIblPresident bible biblePrestdnt
President RoosevelP Roo vel was not visible un until UDtil unUI ¬
til alt the governors and conferees conC had hadfound hadfound hadound
found f their seats ts but after the mornings morningsexercises mornln morningsxereise s sxerolles
exercises xereise were concluded he mingled lngiod with withthe wtththe withthe
the members of the conference talking talkingwith talkingwith talkingwIth
with everybody and calling caU nearly every everybody everybody everyThis ¬
body by name This Th roughandready fire fireof fireoC firef
of o f greeting gr ettng and conversation however howeverwas howeverWRS howeverwas
was preceded by a more formal reception receptionto
to t o the governors and delegate who pass passed paaed passd ¬
ed d in line before for him and Mrs Roose Roosevelt oHnit IteoseveiL ¬
nit in the Blue Room Mrs Roosevelt Roosevelthad RoeHvelthad Roosevelthad
had occupied a seat in the Green Parlor Parlerduring ParlordurinI Parlorduring
during the mornings rnts exercises the t e door doorleading doorleading dooreading
leading l to the tJa Zest Room being slightly slightlyajar slightlyajar l1s tiy tiyjar
ajar so o that she might hear tie Presi Presidents Presidents Prestdents ¬
dents speech speechWhile s1tWhile speechWhile
While the th handshaking was in 8 progress progressMr ptogIesElr progressMr
Mr Bryan paused a a moment or two bfc bfcfore b bfore beore
fore f ore the President to congratulate Mr MrRoosevelt MrROO3eve1t MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt on the jutepieious pIceu beginning of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the conference < declaring he h was in inhearty Inrt Inhearty
hearty rt sympathy with the purposes of ofthe oftb6 ofhe
the t he conference and thanking the Presi President Preedent Preetdent ¬
dent for causing usIng the meeting to b 1M held heldAh heldAls
Ah 11 said Mr Roosevelt that te praise praisefront praisefrom praisefrom
from Sir Hubert that t at is praise indeed indeedThank IndeedTltuak indeedT1iSiIk
Thank you youThe yOuThe U UThe
The handshaking ceremony occupied oeeupiedabout oeeupiec1about occupiedabout
about threequarters of an hour and at atits atIts atts
its i ts conclusion the President and all the thegovernors tbegovernors thegovernors
governors delegates and other distin distinguished dtsUngulshed distingulabed ¬
guished members of the conference passed passedout JMluedout passedout
out to the north portico of the White WhiteHouse WhiteHOlMe WhiteHouse
House to have a photograph taken takenThe takenTte takenThe
The Lost to Hraerge HraergeIt
It took some little time tin to assemble the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole company and Gev G Johnson was wasone waaone wasof
one of the last to emerge from the house houseto houseto houseto
to the portico Mr Bryan was as more M re for fortunate tortunate fortunate ¬
tunate and he found a place in the front frontrank frontrank frontrank
rank near the camera cameraMr CQt1ItraMr cameraMr
Mr Johnson J hnson far in the rear squeezed squeezedhis qtleeHdhis squeezedhis
his rather slender figure between two twoWestern two6Stern twoWestern
Western 6Stern delegates de1e tes and nd remarked remarked1 58 e that thateverybody tbat8erbody thateverybody
everybody heard heardWell hsardWaU heardWel
Well Wel Tin sory for Bryan There Th re he heis heIe heis
is Ie between plutocrats Ptut piutocratzJamos cra Jam08 James J Hill and andAndrew andAndrew andAndrew
Andrew Carnegie CarnegieThe CarnegieThe CarnegieTue
The photographer had to wait far the thelaughter Utelauglrter thelaughter
laughter to subside after this sally front frontthe tr trthe ftrnthe
the Minnesota governor governorGov governorGo governorGov
Gov Go J 3 Frank Hanly of Indiana at attracted attraoted attracted ¬
tracted little attention as he stood among 8At among ng
the rest of the governors in the lobby lobbyof lobbyof lobbyof
of tha Willard Hotel Anyway An Way Gov GovHanly GovHanly CoyHanly
Hanly is too serirusminded a man n te tecare tecare tocare
care much for the fashions and he h wears wearsthe WMrsthe wearsthe
the silk hat as if it t were a concession concessionthe coneesslonthe concessionthe
the sack suit belongs belongsThe belongsThe belongsThe
The greatest meeting that will be held heldIn heldIn heldIn
In our generation II said the Indiana gov governor governor gayemnor ¬
ernor speaking of the gathering of the thegovernors thegoernors thegovernors
governors It was a brilliant and un unprecedented unprecedented nflprecedented ¬
precedented Idea this of President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRQOsevelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt and though It is the first meet meetIng meetIng meeting
Ing of tho kind I expect that so much muchgood muchgood muchgood
good will result from it in n positive and anddefinite anddefinite anddefinite
definite ways that some such gathering gatheringwill gathorlngwill gatheringwill
will become a feature of future Presi Presidential Presidential Frostdentlal ¬
dential terms termsThe termsTbe termsihe
The Bearing oh Roosevelt RooseveltAsked ROOlJeTcltAsked RooseveltAsked
Asked what hat ho thought as te the effect effectthis etfectthis effectthis
this meeting of the chief executives of ofall orall ofall
all the th States would have on O the political politicalfortunes poUtlcnlfortunes politicalfortunes
fortunes of President realdent Roosevelt Gov GovHanly GovHanly CoyHardy
Hanly said saidNcne saidNtmo saidNdflO
Ncne that I can see Undoubtedly the thethought thethou thethought
thought thou ht of this meeting was a most hap happy happy happy ¬
py idea and anltIn in a striking way will em emphasize emphasize emphasize ¬
phasize to the country at large the clear clearsightedness clearsightedness clearrsightedness ¬
sightedness and sanity of Mr Roosevelt RooseveltIt Roosev It ItIt
It will increase his popularity also but butI butI
I cannot see that It will affect him himpolitically htmpoUtJcally himpolitically
politically I am one of those men who whobelieve whobelieve whobelieve
believe in taking the President at his hisword hisword hisword
word and when he no says as he h has said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that he is not a candidate for the Prest Presidential PrestdenUalnomlnatfonagafn Prestdontisil ¬
dential denUalnomlnatfonagafn nomination again I Judge that thathe thathe thathe
he means It ItReverting ItReverting it itReverting
Reverting to Indiana politics the gov governor governor govemnor ¬
ernor of Indiana In lana said saidThere 1DldThere saidThere
There 11 s not tho slightest doubt about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the sentiment of my m State being enthusi enthusiastically enthusiastically enthusiastically ¬
astically for Vice President Fairbanks FairbanksWill FairbanksWUl FairbanksWIll
Will Lay a Cornerstone CornerstoneThe CorncratoneT CornerstoneThe
The T e cornerstone of the Cosmopolitan CosmopolitanTemple CosmopolitanTemple CosmopolitanTemple
Temple Baptist Church colored E street streetnorthwest strcotnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest between Ninth and Tenth Tenthstreets Tenthstreets Tenthstreets
streets will be laid next Sunday at atoclock 2 2oclock I Ioclock
oclock Among the speakers will m be beRev beRev beRev
Rev JL W Gilbert of Now ow iTork Rev RevN R BevN V VN
N S Epps Charles W Anderson of ofNew ot otNew 01New
New YorkH York H White of Philadelphia PhitadeiphC S SG SG
G Newsome of North Carolina and andothers andothers andothers
others
Reception for Baron Sakatinl SakatinlBaron SakatinJBaron SakatiniBaron <
Baron Yoshlro Sakatanl former tormerprime tormerprimem1ritter prime primeminister primtmisUster
minister misUster to Japan who has been a guest guetat gieslat
at the Sboreham Shoreh for several days daawas daawasentertaned was wasentertaIned
entertained with his suite at a recap recaption
tion by the Japanese J pan9Se Ambassador yes Y sosterday s sterday
terday Baron Sakatani will leave lcaY here herefor h herefor re retor
for Philadelphia today
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a 3 3more more than usually satisfactory satisfactoryday J Jday s sday
day because importers and manu manufacturers manufacturers manuI ¬
facturers oddments are linked with withthe withthe withthe
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the store remnants Note too that thatthe thatthe thata
a the list below is the latest one sup supterdays supTHE supTHEPALAISROYAL
THE THEPALAISROYAL P ALAIS ROYAL plementary plementarytoanyadvertised to any advertised in yes yestcrdays yesThe
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Fancy stripes checks polka dot and plain color Louisine Louisinetaffeta Louisinetaffeta Louisinetaffeta
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SOc to 100 100 Wool Suiting In Incolors Inohecks Inchecks
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novels if ft you want to buy them on the he train at atthe atthe atthe
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MERRY WIDOW BELTS 39c 39cThe 39cThe 39cThe
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Palais Royal delivered the funeral sermon in Washington Vashingtonbut Washingtonbutplease Vashingtonbutplease but butplease
please remember that the Merry Widow Belt is alive and for sale salehere salehere salehere
here today at 39c instead of 1 Inquire in Jewelry Department DepartmentARE DepartmentARE DepartmentARE
ARE YOU A HOUSEKEEPER HOUSEKEEPERIf
If you are one of the wise ones you will make Thursday Thursdayyour Thursdayyour Thursdayyour
your shopping day and this Basement Floor your shopping place placeTodays placeTodays placeTodays
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Fifteenth and Pennsylvania Ave AveCHARGES AveCHAR AveCHARLES
CHARGES CHAR E5 J B BELL LL President
250 Marvel Silk and Princess Princassshades Prln PrincessSatin ss
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the District of CqiaaHa CoilUlll Democratic Auaeictfcm
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