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2 WAS WASHINGTON INGTON R HERALD R LDJ SAtU1t SATURDAY DA J HAY MAY 16 1908
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CONFERENGE COE1 E AT AT END ENDLast ENDLast
Last Session Addressed b bRoosavelfc by byRoosevel byRoseve1t
Roosavelfc t and Bryan BryanKESOLUTIONS BrJauRESOLUTIONS BryanESOLUTIONS
RESOLUTIONS ARE ADOPTED ADOPTEDiacnasion ADOPTEDDltScusston ADOPTEDDiscuIon
Diacnasion of Permanent Qrganiza Qrganizatlons Qrga Organizallon l n n1Ions
tlons llon Plans PlansSpeeches Speeches made In InGovs bT bTGo byGovg
Govs Go Hanly HOcli fl ch and Davidson DavidsonSympathy DavidsonSympathy DavidsonSynhilathy
Sympathy for Cleveland Expressed BxpresaedFolk ExpreuedFolk ExpressedFolk
Folk and Glenn Lead Debate DebateAfter DebateAfter DebateAfter
After one of tho th most Intetestlng meat meatings meatings meetings
ings of the entire session in which the thftwo thewo th thwo
two wo men in the United States most in th thlimelight the thelimelight thelimelight <
limelight of publicity William Jennlagi JennlagiBryan JennlRSBryan Jonnh2gsBryan
Bryan and Theodore Roosevelt addressee addresseethe addre addressedthe oo oothe
the gathering the conference of gover governors governors governors ¬
nors which has been in session in this thiscity thiscIty thiscity
city for the past pa t three thr days adjourned adjournedsine adjournedzsine adournedsine
sine die at 1246 11 oclock yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdayThe yesterdayThe
The meeting was called to order at atJO15 atOl atO1
+ JO15 Ol O1 oclock by President Pro tdent Roosevelt RooseveltGov RoosevoltGov ROO6eVoltGov
Gov Bianehard of Louisiana chairman chairmanof
of the committee on resolutions imme immediately Immed1ately Inunedate1y ¬
diately obtained 6 tatned recognition and intro introduced IntrOduced Introduced ¬
duced the report of that body It was wasread wasreM wasread
read readGQV reMOQV readOov
GQV Blanchard then announced it had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been the purpose of the th committee commltt e to tcprepare toprepare toprepare
prepare resolutions r luUon5 along broad liberal liberallines liberallines liberallines
lines of national HOpe that it had pur purposely purposely purposely ¬
posely avoided making specific common recommendations r recommondations commondat1ons ¬
dations or advocating a voeaUng any permanent permanentform permanentform parmanentform
form of organization for the conference conferenceGlenn conterenceGlcnn conferenceGlenn
Glenn Advocates Deliberation DeliberationGov DeUberntlonGov DeliberationGov
Gov Glenn of North Carolina zolIna was on onhis Ofthis onhis
his feet and protested protMt against an imme immediate Imm ImmIte 1mmdiate ¬
diate Ite vote on the resolutions urging that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the governors have h time to consider considerthem COIUdderthem considerthem
them He also objected obJ cted to the power powerdelegated J powerdelegated er erdelegated
delegated to the th President In the resolu resolution leIOlutlon resolution ¬
tion In which whiehtlle the power of assembling assemblingthe assemblingthe assemblingthe
the conference oon rtltCe whenever wb l1r he desired was wasconferred wasconferred wasconferred
conferred conferredWe conferredWe conferredWe
We may ma not always have such a lib liberalminded JlbNalmlnMd liberalminded ¬
eralminded President lrMld ftt as the distin distinguished dlsUaguihed distlaguished ¬
guished gentleman who 110 new occupies occupiesthat QOC1Ipl8IiIthat oocupesthat
that office seid id Gev a Glean GleanPresident GktaaPreident OlsenPresident
President Roosevelt sucgeated the reso resolution rMOluHon resolutions ¬
lution be amended so M to make the thecalling tJlenlhlg thecsIhg
calling of future futu conferences CODf obligatory obligatoryon obll torr torron
on the President at the t request of one onetnird onetOlrd onethird
third of the governors governorsThis sovemoraTh1S governorsThis
This amendment was protested by Gov GovBlanchard GovBlancbanL Go GoBlanchard
Blanchard Gov Glenn arose and said saidWhile saWbUe saidWhile
While bUe I do not always agree with Uh the thepolicies theIollces theioiIces
policies of the tb President P nt no on one haamore has ha5more hasmore
more admiration for the President of the theUnited theCnlt thetnited
United Cnlt States than have I He is my myPresident myPreideftt myPresident
President as s well as the President of the theRepublican theRepublican theRepublican
Republican party partyCries putyCrtes partyCries
Cries of Good and cheers greeted greetedthe gr64tGdthe greetedthe
the remarks I President Roosevelt bowed bowedhis boW64his bowedhis
his acknowledgment from the platform platformFollc platformFolic platformrolic
Folic Urges Delay DelayGov DelnTGov DelarGov
Gov Folk of Missouri also spoke spokeagainst spokeagaInst spokeagaInst
against the adoption of the tn t resolutions resolutionsand tMOluUonsand resolutionsand
and supported the contention of Gov GovGlenn GovGlenn GovGlenn
Glenn in vigorous terms termsGov termsGov
Gov Noel ocl of Mississippi interrupted laterreptodGov interruptedGov tetrttpt d dGov
Gov Folk to ask If h6 h thought it was wasnot wasriot
not the proper courtesy for the gov governors govenlors goveruors ¬
ernors to indicate that future conferences conferencesshould COQtrt conferencesshould s sshould
should be held heldThe heidThe heldThe
The gentleman te from Mississippiresponded Mississippi MIss1Mtpp1responded MissIssippiresponded
responded Gov Polk and knows of ofSouthern oCSouthern ofSouthern
Southern hospitality boapl tall ty Doe he think it itproper itproper Itproper
proper for a a guest to indicate to his hishost hisbost hishost
host that he receive another anot M invitation invitationfor favttdontor Iwvltationor
for or a visit visitThis vWtThis vtsitr vtsitrThis
This retort was greeted with laughter laughterI
I can express my Joy at coming comingEfcid cominguJd comingsaid
said Gov Noel No His sally was greeted greetedwith greetedWith greetedwith
with applause The President laughed laughedheartily laughedieartIly
heartily heartilyGov heartilyI ieartIlyGov
I Gov Glenn then arose aco and said that thatacting that thatacting thatacting
acting on the advice of Gov Willson of ofKentucky otKentuckY ofKentucky
Kentucky whom he had found to be a awise am awise
wise m e man he desired to withdraw his hisamendment hisamendat hisamendment
amendment saying Wa W will wfl11Mver never have havea hav havR
a little man for President This action actionwas actionWas actionwas
was taken after practically every govern governor ¬
or in the room had spoken one way or orthe orthe orthe
the other on the matter matterThe matterThe matterThe
The sally of Mr Glenn brought laugh laughter laughter laughter ¬
ter from the governors eV rnOrs When It subsided subsidedPresident su1dedPresident subsidedPresident
President Roosevelt R Rooqsvelt 1t remarked be believed believedany be1l believedany ved vedany
any President would call a conference at atthe att atthe
the t he request of the governors Then in a afew afew afew
few words he thanked the convention and andthose andthose andthose
those present for their attendance and andearnest andearneat andearnest
earnest endeavors He then put the reso resolution resolution resolution
lution to a vote There was not a a dte dtesentlng dIIIsentlng diesenting
sentlng voice voiceRoosevelt voiceRoolleve1t volesRoosevelt
Roosevelt Calls Bryan BryanPresident BranPresident BryanPresident
President Roosevelt then called upon uponWilliam uponWUUam uponWilUam
William Jennings Bryan As the great greatCommoner greatCommoner greatCommoner
Commoner walked down toward the plat platform platform platform ¬
form the room fairly rang with cheer and andapplause dapplause andapplause
applause As he took his place pl Pre President Preeldent l lden ¬
dent den t Roosevelt stepped forward The two twomen twomen twomen
men shook hands with great greatcordiality greatcordialityThe cordiality cordialityThe cordialityThe
The picture was on one that will not be beforgotten beforgotten beforgotten
forgotten by those who saw it It Probably Probablynever Pro1Miblynevel Probablynever
never before have the two leaders of two twogreat twogreat twogreat
great parties one victor the other van vanquished vanqulshed vanQuished ¬
quished but rising again to claim his hisown hisown hisown
own met upon the neutral ground for forwhich torwhIch forwhich
which both had striven strivenAfter strivenAfter strivenAfter
After the cheering Mr Bryan said Jd that thatowing thatowing thatowing
owing to the serious nature of the discus discussion dtscusalon discus1on ¬
sion 1on he thought it best to read his sub subject subject subJect ¬
ject Apologizing for doing oIqg so be drew drewa
a paper from his pocket and nd started < on onhis onhis onhis
his speech speechAt speechAt speechAt
At the close of Mr Bryans address the thePresident tnePr thePresident
President Pr Bident who announced announo d his Intention Intentionof
of presiding throughout thrJu hout the entire ses session session seedon ¬
sion don opened the meeting to governors governorswho govornorswho governorswho
who had not had an opportunity of ad addressing addressing addressing ¬
dressing the gathering gatheringGov gatheringGov gatheringGov
Gov Comer Speaks SpeaksGov SpeakeGo SpeaksGov
Gov Go Comer of Alabama was the first firstspeaker firstflpeaker fIrstspeaker
speaker He H heartily indorsed the ac action action notion ¬
tion of the convention a an n 5 the policies policiesfor poUci poUcitor policiesfor
for which it had been called Then turn turnIng turnIng turnIng
Ing to the President President he said saidBut saJdBut saidBut
But we are a little bit skittish Mr MrPresident MrPresident r rPresideftt
President about turning our railroads railroadsover railroadsover railroadsover
over to the th President We dont quite go gowith gOwith gowith
with you there But our waterways waterwaysTh waterways waterwaysTM waterwaysThe
Th TM < i evident desire of Gov Comer to toget toget toget
get away Way from his suggestion of oppo opposition opposition oppositlon ¬
sition to the President Presld Dt aroused arous d the lat tatters latters latters ¬
ters sense of humor He laughed heart lieartHy Jeartl1y heartIly
Hy HyAt
At the conclusion of Gov Comers re remarks remarks renarkg ¬
marks the President arose and took the theconferees theconere6S theconferees
conferees conere6S completely by surprise by b de delivering delivering tielivering ¬
livering an address addressThe addre8EIThe addressThe
The speech was received with the wild wildest wildest wildeat ¬
est acclaim The cheers could be b heard heardin heardin heardIn
in Pennsylvania aVenue The cheering chearingwas che9rlngwas cheeringwas
was BO prolonged that It was several severalminutes Hveralm1nutos severalmfnutoe
minutes before for the convention COnv nUon could re resume resume resume ¬
sume the regular business businessOther businessOther businessOther
Other governors were then called on onGov OnGov n nGOY
Gov Wlllson of Kentucky K ntlck1 created oreatedgreat createdgreat createdgreat
great laughter when he said d he b came camet1Cm camefrom caniafrom
from a State that was greatly interested interestedIn
In waterways waterwa There Thor was another out outburst outburst outburst ¬
burst when In referring to the rivers in inthe inthe inthe
the State he mentioned Salt River which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he said was of groat political signifi significance significance signhftcance ¬
cance canceHa canceHe canceHe
He was followed by Gov Mead of ofWashington orWash ofWashington
Washington Wash I ntO who said his people would wouldb wouldb wouldbe
b b more than glad to cooperate with the theStates UteStates theStates
States and national government in any anypolicies anypolicies anypolicies
policies or movement looking toward the theconservation thecOftflervaUQn theconservata
conservation of the natural resources r of ofthe otthe ofthe
the country coun independent of the question questionof
of State rights rJgh He said he had no nofears nofears nofears
fears for the th destiny of this republic republicGov republlcGov republic0ev
Gov Hanly of o Indiana expressed pres ed hIm hlmelf hImbelt himbelt
belt elf as fuftjr in sympathy with the tbe e pur purposes purpOles purroses ¬
poses of the tJa convention The remainder remainderof remlnd r rot
of his talk was practically one of in inquiry Inquiry Inqufly ¬
quiry and information on coal deposits depositsGov deposttsGov depositsHo
Gov Hoch Ho Ho h of Kansas also spoke in inappreciation Inappreclatton Inappreciation
appreciation of the work of ottbe the confer conference coRternce conference ¬
ence nce as did Gov Sheldon of Nebraska NebraskaOwing NebraskaQwlng lebraskaqwing
Owing to illness IIIne Coy GovCummlwt Cummins of oflova otIoja ofIota
Iota was unable to be present pr l6nt His pa paper pa paper paper ¬
per was read It was brief and dealt dealtsolaly dealtJot dealtoely
solaly Jot oely with wlt the natural resources and andneeds andneedi andneeds
needs of Iowa IowaUut Iowa IowalJeut IowaLteut
Uut Gov Davidson of Texas spoke spokeon spokeon spokeon
on irrigation and the need n d of his State Statefor Statefor Statefor
for Federal aid in that line His re remarks remark reinark ¬
marks were Interspersed with many many
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funny sayings President Roosevelt ROOS elt who whohad whohad whohad
had been arulllns s and laughing alternate alternately oltematly a1ternately ¬
ly the entire morning struck by one 0 0the 0the Othe
the witticisms slapped his knee and bent bentdouble bentdouble nt ntdoubl
double with laughter He was convulsed convulsedby d dby
by several of the other speaker all 11 of ofwhom ofwhom ofwhom
whom interjected a happy vein Into their thairremarks theirromuks theirremarks
remarks romuksSnnlJathY
Sympathy for Cleveland ClevelandBy OlevelandB1 QievelandBy
By this time the hands of the clock clockwere 1IOi1weN c1Okwere
were well past pllsttho the noon hour A motion motionwas motiOnwasmade motionwas
was wasmade made that the papers which were werescheduled wescheduled werescheduled
scheduled on the regular programme to tobe tobe tobe
be read during the Session be dispensed dispensedwith dlspensoowith dispensedwith
with and embodied in In the report of the theproceedings theprot1edlngs thepronetdlngs
proceedings This was concurred in inWilliam InWlIl1am InWilliam
William Jennings Je nlngs Bryan then introduced introduceda
a resolution of regret over the Inability Of Offormer Offormer Offormer
former President Grover Cleveland to at attend attend attend ¬
tend the th conference and sympathy sYn1p thy for forhis forhis forhis
his illness This Tl s was adopted adoptedGov adoptedGoY adoptedGuy
GoY Blanchard moved the convention conventionadjourn oonvtUltionadjourn convenUonadjourn
adjourn sine die dieBefore dieBetore dieBefore
Before putting the motion President PresidentRoosevelt PresldontRooft8velt IresidontRoceevelt
Roosevelt spoke of the gathering as one oneof oneot oneof
of the most distinguished d that had ever everassembled everassembled everassembled
assembled He then put the th motion motionFive moUonFive motionFive
Five minutes later the graatatt gr att gather gathering1 satherIng gatherIng ¬
Ing that ever assembled under one roof raofIn raolIn roofill
In the history of the United States was a athing athing athing
thing of the past
BRYAN LOYAL LOYALTO TO STATE STATf SrT RIGHTS
HI I acknowledge my obligation to Pro Prodent PrOit PrOitdent Prooldent
dent Roosevelt for the opportunity which whiclhe whJehhe whichhe
he has givon me to participate in thi thimeeting this thismeeting thismeeting
meeting the conference marks the begin beginnlng beginrung beginning
rung of a now era during which hleb morons Inoreasing Inor moronsIng B Btng
ing attention att ntlon will be given to the far farreaching farresohin farreaching
reaching resohin problems Involved I olvod in the jcon jconservation con conserration conservation
servation of the nations resources resourcesThe reJourcesThe resourcesThe
The epochmaking speech f eoch with which whichthe whlentile whichthe
the Chief Executive opened the first sea sessioir seaIIlon seaslow
slow must exact a powerful Influence Influencupon Infiuenceupon Influenceupon
upon the t e country at large as it has upon upoithose uponthose uponthose
those who were fortunate enough to hea heahim hear hearhim hearhim
him
Jealous of State nights nightsI
I am a strlojt oonstruetlontet if tha thameans that thatmeans thatmoans
means te believe that the Federal gov governntent goventmnt goverament
ernntent Is one of delegated d pewers ant antthat and andthat andthat
that constitutional limitations should bi bicarefully be be8reCully bedarofully
carefully observed ob treG I am Jealous of any anyencroachment anyroaohm8llt anyencroachment
encroachment roaohm8llt upon the rights of the theState theState theState
State believing that the States are as asindestructible as asIndtructlble asIndestructible
indestructible as the Union is indissoluble indissolubleIt
It is entirely consistent with lth this the theory theory thecry ¬
ory to bailave as I do believe that 11 11Is It ItIs itIs
Is just as Imperative that tho general generalgovernment gonemlGOnrnment generalgovernment
government shall discharge the duties dutiesdelegated dut1Sdtlegatd dutiesdelegated
delegated to it St as it is that the States Statesshall Statasshall Statesshall
shall exercise o erci6e the powers reserved to tothem tothem tothem
them themThere
There Is no twilight zone between betw n the theI thenation thenaUon
I nation and the State in which exploiting exploitingj exploltinInterts exploitingIntrets
j Interests can take refuge from both bothAnd bothAnd bothAnd
And my observation te that most mostnot not all allbut 011but allbut
but most mostot of the contentions over the theline theline
line between nation and State are trace traceable traceable traceable ¬
able to predatory corporations which are aretrying aretrying aretrying
trying to shield themselves from deserved deservedpunishment deservedpunlliJlment deservedpuniuhmont
punishment or endeavoring to prevent preventneeded preventn preventneeded
needed n eded restraining legislation legislationThe leglslallonThe legislationThe
The nrst point which 1 desire to make nrnkeis makeIs makeIs
is that earnest men with an unselneh unselnehpurpose unM1 uneslOshpurpose h hPurpMe
purpose and concerned only for the th pub public publie publie ¬
lie good will b be abla Ahl to agree upon lane legislation JagtwIIRtlon laneIntlon ¬
IIRtlon lation which will not only preserve for forthe ferthe forthe
the future the inheritance which we wehave wehave wehave
have received from a bountiful Provi Providence Provldcne Providence ¬
dence but preserve it in such a way as asto asto asto
to avoid the dangers of centralization centralizationNothing o6ntral1utlonNothing centralizationNothIng
Nothing that is necessary Is impossible impossibleand impossiblealWl impossibleand
and it would be a reflection upon the In Intelligence int8lt1genc Intelfigence ¬
telligence as well as upon the patriotism patriotismof
of our people to doubt the value of gath gatherings gatherl gatitrlnts ¬
erings erl of this t kind kindSuggestions kindSuggestions kindSuggestions
Suggestions for Conservation ConservationThe
The time allotted to each aeh speaker is isse S8Sf
se short hort that that Instead of attempting to todiscuss todlsCUS6 todiscuss
discuss the various questions q oaUons presented presentedI
I shall content myself with a few aug suggestions auggesUons auggestlons ¬
gestions In line witH the able papers that thathave thatbave thathave
have been presented by the specialists specialistswho apeda1J8tswb6 specialistswho
who have appeared before u UI t I begin beginwith beginwith beginwith
with the proposition that it should be our ourpurpose ourpurpoe ourpurpose
purpose not only to preserve the nations nationsresources DtltJoDSre nationsresources
resources re oureoa for future generations by re reducing re reducing reducing ¬
ducing waste to a minimum but that we washould wesMuJd weshould
should see to it that 8 a few of the people peopledo poopledo peopledo
do not monopolize that which is in equity equitythe tqUltythe 54UU7thn
the property of all the people poopieThe pttOptThe peopleThe
The earth belongs to each generation generationIt
It Is as criminal to fetter future genera generations genera generations generations ¬
tions with perpetual franchises making makingthe makIngthe makingthe
the multitude servants to a favored fac faction facUon faction ¬
tion of the population as it would be beto beto beto
to unnecessarily unncee arUy Impair the common store storeI
I am glad that Secretary Garfield em emphasized emphasized emphasized ¬
phasized this point It is one that must mustalways mustalways mustalways
always be kept In mind by the nation nati n and andby andby andby
by the several States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The first national asset Is to b b found foundin foundIn foundIn
in the life of the people and Mr Mitchell Mitchellproperly Mitchellproperly Mitchellpmperly
properly and with great force pointed pointedout pointedout pointedout
out the th importance of safeguarding the thalife tbeUfe thelife
life the thellmb limbs and the health of those thosewho thos thoswho thosewho
who are engaged in converting the na nation1 naUon matlonn ¬
tion1 tlonn natural resources into material materialwealth materialwealth materialwealth
wealth I would go a step farther and andeay andsay andsay
Include in inthe Inthe Inthe
say we could well afford to
the appropriations made by Congress a asum asum asum
sum sufficient to carry on necessary nee ry In Investigations Investigations investigations ¬
vestigations Into the cause of diseases diseasesnational di69sfISnational diseasesnationsi
national in their scope seo and to stimulate stimulatethe stimulatethe stimulatethe
the search for remedies remadl which would add addto addto addto
to the life lI e health and usefulneSS of the thawhole tbewhole thewhole
whole population populationRegarding populationRcsnrtUng populationRegarding
Regarding Coal and Timber TimberI
I was surprised at the statistics given givenin givenIn givenIn
in regard to our coal and our Iron ore oreWhite oreWhile oreWhile
While it is possible that new coal mOos measures mQuurs mOosurea ¬
urea and new ore beds may IDa be discovered discoveredwa
wa cannot afford to base our conduct conductupon conductupon conductupon
upon speculations as to what may yet yetbe retbe yetbe
be discovered We should ho ld begin an intel intelligent Intelligent intelIlgent ¬
ligent supervision and conservation of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that which is known to exist existI
I respectfully re pectfully submit su mH that it is worth worthwhile WGrthwhile worthwhile
while to ask ourselves our5el s whether wh ther we can canafford canaffOrd conafford
afford to offer a bounty to those who whoare whoare whoare
are engaged In exhausting the supply of ofraw otraw ofraw
raw materials which wbloi1V when en gone cannot cannotbe cannotpQ cannot3a
be replaced Surely if Ifthe Ifthee these Is any im importation Imortatlon importatlon ¬
portation ortatlon which hicb we can properly en encourage encourage encourage ¬
courage by a free list it is the importa importation importation Importstlon ¬
tion of those raw materials of whict our ourown ourown ourown
own supply is limited limitedAnd limitedAnd limitedAnd
And what I say In regard to coal and andIron and1ron andiron
Iron ore is equally equallyappllcable applicable to timber timberIt timberIt timberIt
It is hardly consistent to discourage dl oourage tHe tHeImportation tHeImportation theImportation
Importation of lumber lum iunirer er while whl a we worry worryabout worryabout worryabout
about the devastation of our forests forestsMr foreltsMr forestsMr
Mr Hill has rendered the conference a aroal areal areal
real service m presenting tho facts and andstatistics andstaUsttcs andstatistics
statistics set t forth in his address on onLand onLand onLand
Land and Its cultivation cultivationAlready cultivationAlrG cultivationAlready
Already AlrG d the rapid growth of tho agri agricultural agrloultural agriOultural ¬
oultural college o offers encouragement I Iam Iam Iam
am glad to express my appreciation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the valuable work workdone done by Secretary Wil WllEon Wilson Wilsea
Eon and his associates in bringing to our ourcountry ourcountry ourcountry
country fruits plants andgrassos and grnssos suited suitedto suitedto suitedto
to the different part partlS of our country countryAs countr countrAs countryAs
As the farmer pays more than his share shareof shareot shareof
of the taxes and receives less than his hisshare hisshare hisshare
share of the direct benefits which flow flowfrom flowfrom flowfrom
from national appropriations it Is only onlyiJustice onlyjustice onlyjustice
Justice to him that we shall be liberal liberalIn liberalIin liberalIn
Iin In the support of every effort put forth forthfor forthtor forthfor
for the Improvement ImproY ment of agriculture agricultureIrrigation agricultureIrrigaUon agricultureIrrigation
Irrigation has justified the argument argumentwhich argumenblwhlcq argumentuwhtob
which led to the inauguration of the thework thework thework
work No one who has witnessed th thtransformation thtra the thetransformation
tra transformation formatlonot of tht th > desert d selit Into field and andgarden andgarden andgar4cn
garden can doubt the wisdom visdom of the thesteps thesteps th thsteps
steps steps that that have hav been taken takenThe tak takenThepame n nThe
The Thepame lame same principle which was invoked invokedIn Inwkedin InvokedIn
In support of irrigation can be invoked invokedIn
In support of o drainage drainageNo dralnageNo drainageNo
No subject has been brought out mere mereprominently mOr mOrprominently morOprominently
prominently at this conference conf ronce than the thesubject thesubjoet the8ubjoct
subject of forestry fO > stry It justifies the time timeleveled timedevoted Urnsdevoted
devoted to it It for our timber lands touch touchJUT touchour touchour
our national Interests at several points pointsBenefits pointsleneflts pointsBeneflte
Benefits of WoodlandsAs WoodlandsAs Woodlands VoodInndsAs
As ha hfUf been shown the Umber on our ourmountain ourmountain ourmountain
mountain ranges protects our water sup supply supply supply ¬
ply Not to speak of changes in climate climatetvhkh clImate clImatewhJcn climatewhich
which might mfghtfol1ow follow the denuding of our ouruountalns ourmountaIns ourmountain
mountaIns the loss to the irrigated coun count
t
1 0 0XCERPTS
EXCERPTS FROM BRYANS SPEECH SPEECHThere SPEECHTharei SPEECHThcreis
Tharei There Thcreis is no twilight zone between the nation and State inwhlcn in inwhich n nwhich
which Exploiting p1oiting interests can take refuge from both bothI
I am m jealous of any encroachment upon the theiights rights of the theStates tQeStates theStates
States believing that the States are as indestructible as the Union Unionis
is indissoluble indissolubleTJie indisrbiubleT indisolubleThe
The T e earth belongs to each generation It is criminal to fetter fetteranother fetteranother fetteranother
another generation with perpetual franchises franchisesIt
It is is hardly consistent cjnsis ent to discourage the importation of lumber lum lumber lumber ¬
ber while we worry abcut the devastation of our forests forestsThe forestsThe orests orestsThe
The development of water transportation is essentially essentiallytional a na national n ntional ¬
tional project because the water courses run through so many manyStates manyStates manyStates
States StatesThis This gathering will be remembered by future generations be because because ¬ I Ic
cause c se they th as well as ourselves urselves will be recipients of the benefits benefitswhich benefitswhich
which will flow ow from this conference
n
try could not be remedied and the dam damage damage damage
age to the streams could not be calou calouluted caloulated calculated
lated lated4nd 4nd if this Is not enough to arouse aroustho arousetho arousethe
tho Interest of all I may add that th thdestruction the thedestruotlon thedestruction
destruction of the forests on the maun mauntain mountain inountam
tain tam ranges would in time Impair thi thiundarfiow the theundar theunderitow
undarfiow undar ow upon which we rely for ou ouwell OUr ourwell
well water waterTho waterThe
The good effects of this conference conferenceare conferenceare
are already apparent in the detormlna detormlnation detormlnatlon determination
tion expressed xpress d by several Sev r81 governors t tat to toat toat <
at once appoint forestry commissions am ambegin and andbegin andbegin
begin such work as the State can do doLastly doLastly doLastly
Lastly I como to our interior water waterways waterwaYI Waterways
ways I shall not defend the Improve Improvement Improvement improvemont
ment of these waterways on the groun grounthat ground groundtMt groundthat <
that such improvement would help t tregulate to toreUlte toregulate
regulate the railroad rates although i iwould It Itwould Itwould
would aid regulation whenever the people peopliare peoplearc peoplearc
arc ready to exorcise the power which whiolthey whichtho whichthey
they tho have But water traffic is less er erpensive expenstn cxpensive
pensive than tr traffic afflc by b rail and there an anmany are aremany aremany
many commodities which can be trans transported transJOrtld transported
ported much more cheaply by water than thaithey thanthey thanthey
they possibly could be carried on land landWhat landVhnt landWhat
What Water Transportation TrnDsDort tlon Means 3IennIt lUennI MeansIf
It this saving were equally uaUY divided be between between ¬
tween the producers and the consumers consumersIt
It would Guld be an enormous profit to both bothaid bothaId bothad
aid Mr Carnegie has pointed put that thatwater thatwater thatwater
water transportation by requiring less lessiron les8Iron lessIron
iron and less coal in proportion to the thefreight thefreight thefreight
freight carried would doable us to post postpone P05tpone postpens ¬
pone the exhaustion of our iron mines minesand minesand minesand
and our doal beds bedsThe boosThe bedsThe
The development of water transporta transportation transportation transportstion ¬
tion is essentially e entlaUy a national project be because becaus because ¬
cause caus the water courses run by and andthrough andthrough andthrough
through many States And yet et ae has hasbeen harbeen hasbeen
been pointed out out If would b6 b possible possiblefor possiblefor possiblefor
for the States to do a certain amount of ofdeveloping oteveloplng ofdeveloping
developing along this line if they were werepermitted wertpermitted werepermitted
permitted to avail themselves of the use useof useor useof
of the water power that could be de developed developed dcromped ¬
veloped velopedJust velopedJust rompedJust
Just a word In conclusion about an anInvestment anInvtment aninvestnent
Investment in permanent pormaae t Improvements ImprovementsMoney improvomentJlMeaey ImprovementsMoney
Money spent in care for the life and andhtalth andh1th andhealth
health of the people protecting the soil eoilfrom soUfrom soilfrom
from erosion and front exhaustion in inpreventing Inpreventing Inpreventing
preventing waste in the use of minerals mineralsof
of a a limited supply suppl in the reclamation reclamationof
of deserts and of swamp and in the thepreservation thepn thepreservation
preservation pn ervatton of forests still remaining remainingand remainingand remainingand
and the replanting of denuded tracts tractsmoney tractsmoney tractsmoney
money invested in these and in the do development dovelopment dovelopmont ¬
velopment of waterways watarw and in the deep deepening deepening deepening ¬
ening of harbors is an investment yield yielding yielding yieldin ¬
ing in an annual return returnTt ntura1t returnIf
Tt If any of thes these expenditure fall f l to tobring tobring tobring
bring a a return at ones the money ex expended exPended cxpended ¬
pended is Hk like a b bequest iu st to those who whocome whoconte whocome
come after it it And as the parent lives livaafor lIv livesfor 8 8for
for his child as w wen U as for himself so sothe sothe sothe
the citizen provides for the future as aswell asell aswall
well ell as for the present This gathering gatheringwill gatheringill gatheringwill
will ill be rammb6r rtMOb remembered rad d by future genera generations genoraUOIUi generaUons ¬
tions because they th as well as ourselves ourselveswill ourolveswin ourselveswill
will be a the recipients of the benefits benefitswhich benefitswbleb benefitswhich
which will flow ow from this thI conference conferenceW
W have hav all been strengthened by bycommunion bycommunion bycommunion
communion together our vision 1510n has been beenenlarged beenenlugad beenenlarged
enlarged and the enthusiasm here aroused arousedwill arousedwill arousedwill
will permeate every State and every everycommunity eerycommunity everyoommunltY
community communityI
I I GOV J W FOLK FOLKMr FOLKMr I IMr
Mr President a discussion like this thisis thisIs thisIs
is more J1Mr or less embarrassing embarrassingThere embarruslngThere barrassing barrassingThere
There is no one here who has a higher higherregard hlgberregard higherregard
regard for the President than I have haveThere haveThere haveThere
There is no one here who ho feels under a adeeper adeeper adeeper
deeper aar se e of personal obligation to the thapresent thelresent thePresent
present occupant of the Presidential chair chairthan chairthan chairthanldo
than thanldo thanldoBut I do doBut do doBut
But But by b this resolution as offered by bythe bythe bythe
the committee we are conferring not notupon notupon notupon
upon the individual Indh1 ua who happens to be bein beIn beIn
in th the chair now ow but upon upon that office otrce a apower aPOWl apower
power and authority to call the governors governorsof
of the States together at t any time that thathe tbathe thathe
he may see fit fitWhat fitV1mt fitWhat
What Might Happen HappenThe HoppcnThe HappenThe
The distinguished personage before us uscannot uscannot uscannot
cannot always be President of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States And suppose that some time In Inthe inthe Inthe
the future there should be a man in that thatoffice thatomce
office who would want to use such power poweror powerr powerOr
or r prestige prsU aS a might be obtained from a agathering agathering agathering
gathering of the governors to coerce coerceCongress coerceCongreu coerceCongress
Congress for Instpnce into adopting some somelaw somelaw somelaw
law lawNow
Now while we all think that the Big BigStick BigStick BigStick
Stick once In a while is a mighty good goodthing goodthIng goodthing
thing I do not know what man hereafter hereaftermay hereaftermay hereaftermay
may have lvc that instrument in his ls hand handSo indSo pd pdSo
So I for one one am unwilling to commit commitnot com111tnot commitnot
not oiiiy myself but the man who may mayfollow mayfoUow mayfollow
follow me as governor of Missouri to tobecome tobecome tobecome
become what may be used as an instru instrument Instrument Instrument ¬
ment to accomplish something with an another nnother another ¬
other branch of the government governmentDanger governnlentDrtnger governmentDanger
Danger of Precedents PrecedentsSome PrecedentSome PrecedentsSome
Some time U 1e in the future under this thisresolution thisresolution thisresolution
resolution some President might try to touse touse touse
use the governors of the States merely merelyas
as a kite to the Federal administration administrationNow administrationNow administrationNow
Now precedents are dangerous things thingsAt thingsAt thingsAt
At the moment they seem unimportant unimportantand
and just now this resolution dots not notsesni notseeJU notseen
seen of f much cons consuence uence but some sometlm sometirn sometime
tlm time in the future i i may rise up to toplague toplague toplague
plague us I for one stand here to pro protest prot8t protest ¬
test against it itWe 1tWe It ItWo
We want to preserve pr Hrve the natural re resources resources resources ¬
sources of this country We agree with withyou withou withyou
you ou Mr President that we also want to topreserve topreeerv topreserve
preserve the moral health of the country countryWe countryWe countryWe
We believe with you that there can be no nomaterial nomaterial nomaterial
material prosperity unless accompanied accompaniedby
by moral prosperity prosperityThe prooperityThe prosperityThe
The governors of the States working workingilong workingalong workingalong
along their th lr lines will always be ready to tocooperate tocooperate toccoperate
cooperate with the President of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States working alone his line lineBut llneBut lne lneBut
But I believe in maintaining the ideas of ofjovernment otgovernment ofgovernment
government as they were ere laid out ouf by the thefathers thefathfls thefathers
fathers of oftko tha th republic r publlc that thatis is let let us al always alW always ¬
W ways S remain main an indestructible Union of ofndestructibie ofIn ofIndestructIble
IndestructIble In States StatesProvision StatesProvision StatesProvision
Provision Against Possibility PossibilityI
I do not believe in starting any prece precelent precedent precedent
dent however unimportant it may seem seemit seemat seemat
at it the time which step by step may maysventually mayeventually mayeventually
eventually destroy that Independence IndependenceEvery Ind IndependenceEvery pendence pendenceEvery
Every governor of a State loves the theJnited theUnited theUnited
United States of America Every Amen Ameriauf Amerlcar Amencan
auf can loves that flag fiagand and every American Americanvants AmerIcanwants Americanwants
wants to maintain its supremacy But Buthis Butthis BtLthis
this his nation is great today because It has hasan 11a5an hanan
an indissoluble Union of independent independentstates Independent Independenttatos independentStains
states Destroy the independence of the theStates tqetAtes thetates
> tAtes and the source of the strength of ofh8 otthe ofthe
the h8 nation will be gone
I THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTGentlemen I IGentlomon IGonflomon
Gentlemen Just a word on what ha habeen has hasen hasbeen
been en called the Twilight Land between betweethe betweenthe betweenthe
the powers of the Federal and State gov governments govornm6nts govornments ¬
ernments ornm6ntsMy ornmentsMy ernmentsMy
My primary aim in the legislation tha thaI that thatI
I have advocated for the regulation of th thgreat the thesreat thegreat
great corporations has h s been to provide providsome providesome providesome <
some effective popular sovereign s vereJn for oac oaccorporation each eachcorporaUon eachcorporation
corporation I do not wish to keep thi thitwilight thltw11lght tide tidetwilight
twilight land one of large and vague vaguboundaries vagueboundaries ague agueboundarIes
boundaries by judicial decision that ii iia In InR Ina
a given case the State cannot act am amthen and andthen andthen
then a few years later by other decisions decisionthat decisionsthat decisionsthat
that in practically similar cases the na nation natIon nation ¬
tion cannot act either eitherI
I am trying to find out where one o othe or orthe orthe
the other can < act so thare shall always alwayba alwaysbe
ba some sovereign power that on behalf behalof beha1tot behalfof
of the people can hold every Wg corpora corporation corporatlon corporation ¬
tion every big individual to an ac acaunta acauntab1Uty aceountability ounta ountability
bility so that its or his acts shall be bane benaflcial benoflclal baneficial
flcial to the people as a whole In mat mattera matters matters
ters that relate only to the people with withtho within withintho withinthe
tho State of course th the State is to bi bisovereign be besovorelgn besovereign
sovereign and it should have the power poweito powerto powerto
to act It th the matter to such that thi thiState the theState theState
State itself cannot act act then I wish h on be behalf behalt behalf ¬
half of all the States that the national nationalgovernment natIoAalgov nationalgovernment
government gov rnment should act actRcfjurdinj actRegurtllng actRegarding
Regarding Rent for f r Water Power PowerTake PowerTk PowerTake
Take Tk such uch a matter as charging a rent rentfor reatfor rentfor
for water pow power powerMy powerMy r rMy
My position Sc simply that where a aprivilege aprlvJlego aprivilege
privilege which may be of untold value valuein valuein valuein
in the future to the individual grantee granteeIs granteeis
Is asked from the Federal < al government governmentthen gev8mmontthen governmentthen
then the F Ptde Federal dtral l government should ho U put putinto PUtInto putinto
into the grant a a condition eoa4I OI1 that It shall shallnot shallnot shallnot
not be a grant in perpetuity if there ic icnecessity SaneeesIty Isnecessity
necessity for th the grant than tlI there must mustbe Blustbe mustbe
be power to attach conditions O oM to the thegrant egran tiesgrant
grant gran grantttsko t
grantMake tlkO
Make lkO u long enough t so that tit the < sor sorporation r rporatlon rporatJon
poratlon shall have an ample material materialreward materialreward mateIa1reward
reward The he corporation deserves it it Give Givean Glvoan Givean
an ample reward rwa to the t tle captain pin ef in industry industry Industry ¬
dustry but not an indeterminate and in infinite lafinite infinite ¬
finite reward Put In a a provision > that Utatwill thatwill
will 111 enable the next xt generation that will willenable 111 111enable iIl iIlenable
enable our children at the U end of a acertain acertain acertain
certain specified period to say what what in intheir Intheir Intheir
their Judgment should ftld then be dene don with withthat wtththat withthat
that great natural power which te ef use useto UMto useto
to the grantee gran only because the U people peopleas
as a a whole allow him bin to use US It ItIt itIt It ItIt
It is eminently right that be should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be allowed 1J wed to make ample profit from his htedevelopment AJslelopment hisdevelopment
development of it but make hire pay paysomething pay80metA1ng paysomething
something for th the privilege and make makethe makethe makethe
the grant for a fixed period so that when whenthe wheRthe whenthe
the conditions change as in all mba mbablUb probebURy probability ¬
bURy they will change our children the thenation Uetnation thenation
nation of the future shall have the tight tightto rSgfttto rightto
to determine the condition upon which whichthat whkhthat whichthat
that privilege shall be enjoyed enjoyedCnse eaj enjoyedCase yed yedCnae
Case Where Notion Should Act ActIn AotIn ActIn
In Vese sse cases the State has not acted aetedor actedor actedor
or cannot act therefore tberet I bold the pcUo pcUoshould luttionshould nation nationshould
should act Where toe policy I aeVocate aeVocatecan UVoeat4can IIIOOt4 IIIOOt4can
can be carried out best by the State let letit 1etIt letit
it be carried out by the State where hero It Itoan Itan Itcan
can be carried out best by the nation nationlet natIonJet nationlet
let it be carried out by the nation nationMy DtJonIlly nationMy
My concern te not with the academic academicside academicsIde academicside
side of the question I deal with the mat matter mattCI matten ¬
ten practically from the standpoint of oftrue oftrue oftrue
true popular interest Therefore my m de desire d dsire tiesire ¬
sire is to employ Indifferently either the theprinciple theprlndple theprIncIple
principle of State rights or the principle principleof
of national sovereignty 8OV1f ty whichever in a agiven agiven agiven
given case will 111 b but t conserve tha needs needsof needsot needsof
of the people as a whole wholeDIES wholeDIES wholeDIES
DIES IN AMBULANCE AMBULANGESecond AMBULANOESecond AMBULANCESecond
Second Fall from Street Onr Last LastNight LastNight Lastiilght
Night Costs Cost Negros egrot Life LifeA LlfcA LifeA
A coroners inquest will ill b be held today todayto todayto todayto
to lnve investigate Usat th the death of Alice Howard Howardnegro Howardnegro HowardIt
It negro about fiftyfive years old who whodied wbodied whodied
died last night while in an ambulance ambulanceon
on the way to th the Emergency Hospital HospitalThe HospitaLThe HospitaLThe
The woman fell when she alighted from froma
a Georgetown Capitol Traction n car at atFifteenth atFifteenth atFifteenth
Fifteenth street and New York avenue avenueat avenueat avenueat
at 9 oclock She Sb was placed pla in an anambulance anambulance anambulance
ambulance and started for the hospital hospitalShe hospitalShe hospitalShe
She died dledwtthln within a few seconds secondsInvestigation secondsInostlgaUon secondsInvestigation
Investigation by the police developed developedthat devQlopedthat developedthat
that she had fallen from a street car at atTwentyfirst atTwentyfirst atTwentyfirst
Twentyfirst street and Pennsylvania ave avenue avenue ayenue ¬
nue a short time before She apparently apparentlysustained apparentlysustained apparentlysustained
sustained no Injuries from the fall and andboarded andboarded andboarded
boarded the next car carECONOMY caTECONOnIY carECONOMY
ECONOMY IN COST COSTof COSTof COSTof
of administration is one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the chief advantages of trust trustcompany trustcompany trustcompany
company executorship This Thiscompany Thiscompany Thiscompany
company is organized and andequipped andequipped andequipped
equipped to manage estates estatesIt estltesIt estatesIt
It is a specialist in this work workIt workIt workIt
It is always on hand every everylegal everylegal everylegal
legal day year in and year yearout year yearout yearout
out The details connected connectedwith connectedwith connectedwith
with administering an estate estateare estateare estateare
are systematically attended attendedto
to daily and never get be behind behind behind ¬
hind The books always alwaysshow ahvavs ahvavsshow alwaysshow
show the condition of each eachestate ea eachestate h hestate
estate at any time timeWe timeWe timeWe
We invite year iaqulry l In person enon or orby orby orby
by correapaBdeaee correapaBdeaeeAMERICAN COtTep omspoodsneeAMERICAN de e eAMERICAN
AMERICAN SECURITY SECURITYAND SECURITYAND SECURITYAND
AND TRUST COMPANY COMPANYInterest
Interest Allowed on Checking CheckingAccounts CheckingAccounts CheckingAccounts
Accounts AccountsSafe AccountsSafe AccountsSafe
Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent RentJ5 RentU Rentis
J5 Par Year YearNorthwest YearNorthwest YeArNorthwest
Northwest Corner of ofFifteenth otFltteenth ofFifteenth
Fifteenth and Pennsylvania Ave AveCHARLES AveCHARLES I ICHARLES
CHARLES J BELL B L President PresidentDIRECTORS PresidentDIRECTORS PresidentDIRECT09
DIRECTORS DIRECTORSMHUm DIRECTORSl1 DIRECT09MiltOn
MiltOn l1 1t n E E Allee AlleeChtrles UNriG F Huff HuffHiBryHurt DutrChuJes fluffChules
Chtrles J Bell BellHenry HiBryHurt HiBryHurtJohn neart Hnf Butt ButtHenQ flurt flurtHenri
Henry F Bhwnt BhwntJohn John A KUHn KaiwnJobs KUHnJohn EassonJohn
John C Co Boyd BoydSano Jobs R n McLean McLeanClarenee McLeanSamuel McLeanEannil I
Samuel Sano 1 8 8 Burdett BnrdettAlbert denture F Nerment NermentMyron NemientAlbert ennent ennentAlbert i
Albert Carry CarryWilliam Myron M Parker ParkerJbs PukerW1U1azn ParkerWilliam I
William L f Coates CoatesRobert Coates Jbs J JDeepb ph Paul PaulAlbert Pl1ulRobtrt PaulRobert
Robert Dornan DamanJames Albert Abt Jhert M ReadR Read n RtcdJamea d d1ameJ
James B 1 Filth PltcbWilliam R 8 s Reside ResideFraiiK ReaadeWIlUaml fleseldeWilliam
William 3 Flather FlatterHenry Want TMrn TMrnHenrt ThorenHenri
Henry H Flatter FlatterDatsiel Frk A Vaaderlip VaaderlipJohn VnnderUpDabie1 VardetilpDaniel
Daniel Ffaser FfaserJames John P p I WBHas WBHasHeaty WllldDJJames Vl1kinaJaes
James M Green GreenJohn Heaty Hesr t1 A WDlard WDlardJoseph WIlhrdJohn WillardZobn
John E Hen RemIt errsll 11 Joseph Wright
PERMANENT BODY BODYTO BODYTO BODYTO
TO MEET MEFJYEARLY MEFJYEARLYContinued YEARL1Continued YEARLY YEARLYpontSnued
Continued from Page One Onea Onea Onea
a meeting place The governors think th thjbody the thebody themight
jbody body might become confused as aFederz aFederzaffair a Federal Federalattafr Federalaffair
affair If it met hore horeThere horeThere hereThere
There was some attempt to make It ap appear appear appear
pear pear that the governors or rather a por portion portion pertion
tion of them had acted In a rather revo revojlutlonary revolutionary revolutionary
lutionary manner in forming the organ organization organIzation organization ¬
ization independent of the Federal gov government gOvernment gOvernment ¬
ernment but such was not the th case caseFolk caseFolk caseFolk
Folk Denies Revolt RevoltGov ReoltGov RevoltCoy
Gov Folk in inpenking speaking of f it last night nighsaid nightsaid nightsaid
said saidWe
We did Just exactly what we wante wanteto wanted wantedto <
to do We have done don Just exactly what whaPresident whatPresident whatPresident
President Roosevelt desired so that botl botlsides both bothsides bothsides
sides ere perfectly satisfied There wa wano was wasno wasno
no revolt revoltWo revoltWo revoltWo
Wo attended the conference at thi thiPresidents the thePresidents thePresidents
Presidents request The resolution passe passegives pas passed passedgives sod sodgives <
gives the President the authority to cal calanother call callanother callanother
another conference of the governors a aany at atany atany
any time he desires desiresThat deslrosThat desiresThat
That of course makes it a permanen permanenorganization permanent permanentorganlzatJon permanentorganization
organization to seine lno extent But that or organizatlon organizatlon organizatlon
ganizatlon is In the hands of the Presl Presldent Prosldent President
dent of the United States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The governors g vernors wanted a body thawould that thatwould thatwould
would be free from Federal Influence InfluenceThey infiuenceThey influenceThey
They wanted a body that could take uj ujquestions up upquesUons upquestions
questions of vital Importance to > thi thiStates the theStates theStates
States themselves and discuss them th m ant antsuggest and andsuggest andsuggest
suggest the remedies that the States Stateithemselves Statesthemselves Statesthemselves
themselves might adopt So wo decided decideon decidedon decidedon
on the house of governors governorsMr governorsMr governorsMr
Mr Folk was greatly elated over thi thisuccess the thesuccess thesuccess
success of the project and said the bane beneflcial baneficlal baneflefal
flcial results which would follow its delib deliborations deliberations dehiborations
orations and actions would be of such i istupendous a astupendous astupOndOUs
stupendous nature as to be hardly con conceivable conoetvable conoetvsble ¬
ceivable ceivable1UNCEEOK oetvableLUNCHEON oetvsbleLUNCHEON
LUNCHEON AT CAPITOL CAPITOLSenator CAPITOLSenntor CAPITOLSenator
Senator Gallinger Gives Ghe Party Part fo foGOT for torGo forGor
GOT Go Floyd FloydGov FloydGov FloydGov
Gov Charles M Floyd of New Hamp Hampshire HfUnPshire Hampshire
shire was wu wa guest of honor yesterday aft aftrnoon attfrnOOI4 afternoon
frnOOI4 rnoon at a luncheon given by Senator SenateGalllnger SenatorGallinger SenatorGahhinger
Galllnger also of New Hampshire uiv uivchairman uoo uoochaIrman ttndchairman
chairman of the Senate S nate District Comfi CemnU CemnUtee Comtihttee tit tittee
tee teeThe
The luncheon was given in the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee room room at the Capitol and with thi thiaid the theaid theaid
aid of ferns and flowers the room loom wa wamade was wasmade wasmade
made quite pretty while the table whlclis whichis which whichIs
is generally used for District Dl ulet business businesswas bushr8ss buslirOSsW
was W s turned into a festive beard beardAmong b beardAmong rd rdAmong
Among those present were Gov Floyd FloydJudge FiordJudge FloydJudge
Judge Advocate General and Mr In Charles CharleJ CharlOIJ
J Hamblett MaJ raj and Mrs Drew Sen Senator Senator Seaator ¬
ator and Mrs Burnham exSenator Wit WllHam Witliant
Ham E It Chandler Representative aiu aiuMiss and aOOMils anddiss
Miss Sultoway 5ullo > and Representative am amMrs and 8ndMrs andMrs
Mrs Currier all of New Hampshire JohiH Tohn Tohn1L TohnH
H 1L Walker E Page Pal Clark W H Top Toppfng TOpping Topping
ping and Edward Barney BarneyTHE narn BarneyL Y YI
I L THE RESOLUTIONS RESOLUTIONSWt I IWe
We the amners a f U the s SUtM tad Terril Terrilef TerritorieS le lefit
ef tin Catted States SU of Amriea te illiIW eoofe eoofeUMaUcd stsnsscs stsnsscsseesbied
UMaUcd iIW ea b ber ry d Cedar eiu the ceorteUoa tha thafee that tIIto thatte
fee o gmt KMfrrttr of e T ser r ecuatqr rw r rests < wpoa th thifc tM theLkdt
4aat ifc J d t rooset tf f t Ul6 th ° fend ehMttx oa fcjr 6W tr f fore ffJTfa forefathers er erffctfctts <
fathers for their homes and Trtre they taid th thfeeefetioa ue ueof thelosedatisa
feeefetioa of tkV tk < gmt auto autoW MtioL MtioLw ustiosWe
W We look upon J the rMawvnc u a WrtUgA eriU eriUM b bto I Ibe
to M4e de 11M M e of f fa MteUfetfae eMablkM aA jmartteg th thHBfort Uw Uwcon theosa1ec
HBfort con pjesfwdtjr aM hapyhmg ef the tINJIIPIe Aaerfea lairleanpeo Aaerfeapeople
people peo e feet not to be wasted feuriontal or ormadlffffly orWe ornee
madlffffly nee destroy destroyWB
neeve
WB ve agree aer > U that it aw emnkrs fetere f is t elftd elftdWI tewlT d ta tathk isthis
this that the great wnjal 111 < mnmes t zsu mesSy the thematerial theassails
material 1 bull BFOK xfeh K r cHflfattfea urns urnsOBUaue mat JII1IItto matamUses
amUses to thread ds Seal epsa pea vfcfcft wh iM th perpa perpaf perpetuity tIdtrtC
tC f th Ute MUM Uoa Itself Teats imtsWo teM5We TeatsWe
We agree a e fa the light tl f fa fasts U brought hmt t to i iknowtatee ow owkDotdMil osrknow1eds
knowtatee tad tram f tarfenutim reeairtd from froeIOiIIIUa fecaaesros fromtowrea
towrea wfafch ro re cat na ma5 ot fevbt that Ida laiterfal matciIl1tut5 ratorielsi laiterfalhufc
hufc si Is ihnaUeed t with ttatist < nh tttot Erea as eaab eaabsoeeeedia ea oaaesanedleg b bI
soeeeedia I aesanedleg eeawittea from the birth of f the nalioa BaIJoBSfClnMd nalioshas nalioahas
has reformed Its put ta ynotfAt prew peaWtisg s the UteaDd p pand e roee roeeand
and deTtlBp de1lIiJIIIIt deth mant ant of the repoUki so do vc e in thee thilUeI1 theegoseatlee th thE94MtfaB
E94MtfaB UeI1 rewfiriM M it a u 3 a high dutr to perfoi perfoiMT pm pmow porfara porfaraosr
MT part ud this d deli tr ta Uise ae tepee Bet INUte ee I Ithe is isthe
the adoption of ol1DMlalH BMMWM for th he CMMmUen IUon ff f U UBabml ue ueWca1 thenatigel
Babml Wca1 wealth Itk of tile eowrtrr eowrtrrConservation trJConaervotlon eoustqConservation
Conservation Demands Attention AttentionWe AttentionW AttentionWe
We W declare our fim ia coarietk that this smear eeaeerTO fIOB6UTOoUla smearret1
TO TOoUla ret1 of ow mitral 1 xM IMnIII aseee t ei it a a mbieet 4 4tMMmedtat eCtiUIfateat ofteamendeat
tMMmedtat huportM ip ttsiee wUeh should b ad atpe pee ww wwmHttestr moo moornuisgty 6 6mltiItgIJ
mHttestr Ute atuattm of the natIon MUO the States SUUsaad Statesad Statesead
ad Uw people in eanuwt OO C pfttioL J > UOR These Tlu ant aatKial Mt1tr3J antral
Kial ral laMMTOM loehida the Iud OB which wli i we are Mresad Hf1J Hf1JUI areaM
sad which yWds our food Uw ttrtes waters vhtefefertflbe vhtefe vttlellf bI bIfertflbe
fertflbe f l1 the saN rappiy aup power ud font gr ar rant u t aw awM Ir Ires arems
M ms es s of oommtree the forests which yteW the mater aaterUls materisis
isis for our heats mea prevent armies ef the foB foBand MIl MIland soSand
and oooMrre the sarteatioa sad ad other wes of mi mistream 8111at mrstreams
stream aad the rateeral which form f the hub el eliaHatml ofosr l lew
ew iadwthol Mfe lfe aDd wIr rply u us > with heat Met light Hehttad 1fIIatII lightpsd
tad power powerWe pow powWe powerWe
We SIre that t the laMs should be to need wd that thattrwian tMtml51eQ thatrzanleo
trwian aM sod trath should csaw that then thenshould tbrelClUJd thereshould
should be netaauDo of arid aad wartarid regime regimehr wgtawhr tS tSs
hr means ea s ef kri 1r1itl1toIL tott ud of swa swaMp p aDd aDdreioM sadregions Oforfiowed Oforfiowedreetow
regions reetow hy manna UM of drafaage dn that the waters waUntheidd waIanw watersshould
should be so ootBtrred and aNd d as to promote sari MTIgatiMi sarigetisis ft ftU
gatiMi U to enaWe the arid r regime gio a to be radahaed radahaedIf ndataedbr redalmadhi
If irisatkn and d to develop iselc power pw fa the iat Interests hatenetsof rrta rrtaef
of the people that Ute forests which r ncukt > culat oar onrrirers oarrime nornicers
rime npport oar iMkutries iel and proaete the fer ferUHty fert fortUity
UHty aDd prtxtnctlrewss reMM of the soil should be pro proterred stesorrel
sorrel aa perpetuated i that the minerals 1Dtr farad M Mabwd 10abuRdaatlr soatsadastly
abwd abuRdaatlr Htr beneath the sorters aheuhi be to seed seedas sed sedas ed edas
as to pretom their vUUty that the beauty bee baant health healthfRteess ltuJthttlMM healthfulneso
fRteess aDd habitabIlity of ow oswtrj should be bepreserved bepreamed bepreserved
preserved and increased that the soarees of naUeeal naUeealwealth MtieDaln natlealweaLth
wealth n octet < for the baseSt of all th the people aad aadthat aadt andthat
that t the aoaopolr thereof IhcNW ho M sot t be toleraied toleraiedIndorse wtertedIl1dorlSe t4erstadIndorse
Indorse Presidents Act ActW Actw ActWe
W We ooouaend aiad the wise foretbasht ef the Prtd Prtddent Presldent g gdent
dent in sounding IIOOn lng the Date of wirates as to the tbewaste UieTaste thewaste
waste and ezfaaustion of the natural rew reaeereea rees of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the eoantry and signify tIy cur high appreciation 1 Uof of ofhto 0la ofhis
his la aettae la calling this oanferwco ca to coadde the thesame Utesame thesame
same and a to seek remedies thcrrfor through tJmIukflGmtloll co coperatkw miaratioa
peratkw of the unties and the Stat SUtesWe StatWe StatesWe
We agree a that this o ooeperatioe operation UOft ahenH a fled ex erpreetion exprto expreslen
preetion in salubk au1 bk ashen by the Goegrea within withfathe wfthiaUte withinthe
the limits of and cowtesal CG eceetmelan Q with wi the BaUaaal BaUaaaljarisdtetion B sat1aa3j4erisdistieet 8IW 8IWjurWlatien
jarisdtetion OB the subfcst and hd cceopHmentan cceopHmentanthaeta coospUmeotuJtktftt9 mpllaectanythereto
thereto by b th the If 1tgWal daUui tH ef the cerenl States Stateswithin Stat1within Stateswithin
within the limits of ad oexUsfeo Kith wttk their theirfcrtodtetloo theirjuritldioUoq theirWe
fcrtodtetloo fcrtodtetlooWe juritldioUoqWo
We dedare the orortdion om tha at in the use of toe toenatural UleMblral theictural
natural resources our tadpooceat t Slates 8tat are later laterdspendcot laterdependent Interdependent
dependent and bound together t r by ii ties fS a frf mutual mataalbenefits mutualbeneat8 niutusibensita
benefits wpwslWllUM ad duties dalieeWe dtlUeW dutiesWe
We W agree in th the wisdom mad of future eofereeo be between 1tween between ¬
tween tht President members of Cecfreu sad the thegovemors thegoT8m thegorarnees
govemors I11 el the States Stat on the omsemtion ecnee sU of our onrnatural ournAtural ournatural
natural resources with the view of f OdnUbued eont1 tJued co coopentioa c coperaUou cooperatloc
opentioa and action on the lines cugs lU sugeated sttd t d Aad Aadto 00 00to ndto
to this end we advise that from time to time u uia uIn asin
In his jadsmest may 1 1 seem wise wiM the President call callthe caUthe callthe
the Koremers of the States member of Consress Consressand Conueuand Conyrenand
and others into eoofercocc eoofercoccWant ooa ooarant ousfernoceWant
Want rant Future Action ActionWe ActionWe ActionWe
We acres that farther action is advisable to u ucertain ueertaJn ascertain
certain the present condition C01WUU n of our natural re retsuKts re res toseurc
tsuKts seurc s and to protete r roeete t the OU tAti w mtt n n ef the thesame thesaml theume
same And to that end we recommend the appoint appointment apntrmont speinbinSet ¬
mont by eaeh State of a commission on tile can canMiration conHnaUou cmearraUn
Miration of aotural rcsoarote mourot to cooperate with withtQm witheach i ieach
each other and with cay similar a oommtssfoa OB OBbehalf ObehAlf nobehalf
behalf of the Federal corernment corernmentWe iOT gorerunentWe nmlent nmlentWe
We urge the continuation and extension ef forest forestpolicies forestpolicies itpoUcIes
policies adapted to secure the husbanding husbnd1 g sad re renewal reo reonen notiewal ¬
newal of out diminishing ng Umber < supply the aw awrenliaa IreTClUm arereutlan
renliaa of toil iou erosion the protection lon of headwaters headwatersutd ke rdntearid keadwatersand
rid the maintenance of the purity and narisabiMty narisabiMtyof
of oar streams atre mL We recognize Zil that tba private ewsErship ewe W8ership ewearliztp
Ership ef forest lands entails TesporalbifiUes in the theInterests theintvm theInterests
intvm Interests of all the people and we farce the t e ement enact eaacttaent enactmeet
meet of laws l n looking tb the prot protection tiwi end ad repfefet repfefettnsnt f PIamant repiseameat
meat of printeiy owned forests forestsAVo forestsWe forestsWe
We reoegnize in our waters a moat valuable asset assetsf usctof erectof
of sf the people ef the United States State and we raoom raoomaend noommand recannianci
aend the enactment of laws looking to the con conHoration conmation contrvation
Horation of water reWHiroas 1 for f irrigatioa tieIt water wtiersupply wlttrsupptr watersupply
supply power and navigatioo to the end that anti nsvirable navlgable antigable
gable and source streams my be brought under oem oenseto oeuopetc oempleto
petc eto control coatrollJ1d and full utilized for erery l1 purj Jxu1We pur1e pur1eWe s sWe
We especially urge oa the Federal Cergreu the theremediate Utelmmtdllte theiturnadlate
remediate adoption ef a wise active and thwwigh thwwighwaterway th ooghwa thermghwatarny
waterway wa nn1 policy protidlaj prodd for the prompt Improve improrenrat iDlIJOJeommt Improvement
nrat of our streams and ctKiscrratten of their water watrfceds watersieis 1or 1orI
fceds I required for the moo e a of commerce and the theret theprotetien theprotection
protection > ret Uan ef the Interests of our people peopleWe peoplaWe
We W recommend the enActMent nf laws looking to toha toi tothe
the prevention of waste In the cuning and estncfi estncfiif oxtractiof
of if coal 1 oil oCt t gas J and other minarets with a Tiotri Tiotrio new newto 1 1I 1Ito
to o their wile wh cooserration CO for the use of the people peopletad reoP1eud peopleaeid
tad to the protection pcote of human life in the th mInes mbiesLet mm mmLet mInesLet
Let as eon OntUto rta the U e fcendatiftna of our prosperity prosperityRespectfully properittRespecttuU prosperityPepectfully
Respectfully submitted submittedNEWTON sqbmlttCdrtEWTON s2bmittedNEWrON
NEWTON a l BLANCHARD BLANCHARDJOHN BLANCHARDJOlIN BIJANdHARDJOHN
JOHN F FORT FORTJ POUTL
J L 0 DAVIDSON DAVIDSONJOHN DAVIDSONJOHN DAVIDSONJOHN
JOHN 0 CUTLER OOTLEE1L CUTLERH
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THE PALAIS PAJ4IS ROYAL i iSaturday Diabolo 5c Complete CompleteSaturday CompleteSaturday
Saturday is our day for mothers with children of schoolgoing schoolgoingyears schoolgoingyears schoolgoingyears
years They Theythe the children cli1drcnwiU will be willing visitors to the Palais PalaisRoyal PalaisRoyal PalaisRoyal
Royal today with this popular game here at only 5c 5cThe 5eI 5eI 5e98c c cneu
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The girls little and big the boys little ones will be delighted delightedwith delightedwith delightedwith
with the Wash Dresses here at 980 So will mothers motherswhen when they theylearn theylearn theylearn
learn how easily and effectually they can be laundered The Thedresses Thedresses Thedresses
dresses at 3 here in sizes 4 to 14 years ears are worth up to 5 if you youjudge u ujudge I
judge by prevailing prices pricesAll pricesChildrens prIcesChildrens
Childrens Underwear UnderwearAll
4eils All sizes for children from i to 14 years ars of ofb ofage ofage
b age Waists I2c to soc drawers loc to 100 100skirts 100skirts iooa iooskirta
a skirts 2c 25c to 300 oo gowns 5oc to 200 None Non but butthe butthe butthe
the best bestbest best materials best trimming best styleS stylosk styleSbest styleilest
k best sewing sewingOf sewingChildrens
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Of best white India linen with round yoke of
4 5 rs hemstitched tucks sizes 2 to 14 years yearsabys yearSPbys
Babys abys Slips 25c Dresses 59c 59cNainsook 59cNainsook 59cNainsook
Nainsook Slips with hemstitched ruffle at neck and sleeves sleevessheer sleevessheer sleevessheer
sheer and dainty though only 2c 25C The dresses sizes 6 months monthsto
to 2 years ears are of lawn and nainsook with trimmings of lace lac em embroidery embroidery embroidery ¬
broidery and tucking tuckingThe
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MRS FRASER BROUGHT HERE HEBECornea HEREComc BE1tEComes
Cornea from Indian Head for Treat Treatment Trentment Treatassent ¬
ment nt Slbler Siblc Hospital HospitalMrs lIollpUnItra HospitalMrs
Mrs tra Margaret 3lar lUet Fraser Fru r who was at attacked attacked attacked ¬
tacked last Tuesday night at her home in inIndian inIDdIaa InIndian
Indian Head was brought to Washington Washingtonyesterday Washingtonyesterda Washingtonyesterday
yesterday morning on the government governmenttug governmenttug governmenttug
tug Triton need placed in Sibley Hospital HospitalMrs HospitaLMrs HospitaLMrs
Mrs Fraser was accompanied to this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city by her husband William Fraser an anexpert anexpert anexpert
expert powder mixer her sixyearold sixyearoldson
son no and her sister and sisterinlaw Dr DrHough DrHough DrHough
Hough navy nav surgeon at the reservation reservationalso reservationalso reservationalso
also mad made the trip tripIt trIpIt tripIt
It was announced last night that no nofracture nofracture hofracture
fracture of the skull had yet been dis discovered discovered diecovered ¬
covered but intense pains in the patients patientshead patientshead patientshead
head had caused the physicians to fear fearthat feartbat fearthat
that fracture may exist existThe existThe existThe
The authorities of Charles County have haveworked haveworked haveworked
worked industriously on the assault case casebut casebut casebut
but so far hav have made no arrests Several Severalpersons Severalpe Severalpersons
pe persons have evidence which it Is proba probable probable probable ¬
ble will be placed before the grand Jury Juryand juryand juryand
and at that time an arrest may be made madeSeek madeSeck madeSeek
Seek Sister of De France FranceCapt IranccCapt FranceCapt
Capt Boardman chief of detectives detectivesyesterday dteet1 detectivesyesterday s syasterday
yesterday received receiv d a telegram from R R L LSmith LSmith LSmith
Smith chief of police poJlc of Yuma Ariz Arizasking Arizasking AtIsasking
asking that effort be made to locate a asister aslstor asister
sister of George De France who died re recently reeently rccontly ¬
cently in Yuma The Arizona authorities authoritiescould authoritiescould authorItiescould
could not give the womans full name nameand name nameand nameand
and did not know whether wh tner or not she he was wasmarriefl wasmarrietl wasmartloll
marriefl A search of the directory failed failedto faJledto failedto
to show any anyone one of that name living in inWashington InWashington InWashington
Washington
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Xo I on Saturday Mar 111 J8 M l at t Z e eilosk i A H liar I1Ilfriends liarfriends r rfrieods
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TILGHiiiKOa TILG NOn Wednesday Wtdn May 7 U 13 JS03 at atreaideaao t tit titrNideB Siresidence
residence l of his dt dehtor fiht r MM M 3 R RmanCarron T 1nianCatroit g gmanGamdl
manGamdl in PiUsbttt Plttaburg Pa CHARLIE CHARLBS1Ita CHARLBS1Itaband S bee beeband 8 8band
band of the late Mrs Julia A AFuneral TBjhEtaa TBjhEtaaFuneral 1IbmaaFuneral
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O street between bet TmatyMTMta and Twst Twstelchth Tl Twsetyeighth Mfr Mfrelhth
eighth streets tre ts jferthwat OOr Soadaj May V at 2 2p r rPo 2p
p Po m In n Friends and relatira latIres inviud inviudWADEOa ked kedWADEOn
WADEOn Tuesday May Ia IX 1 1908 h9 at 5S p 10 ra raat m mat inat
at her residence 133 Carroll arrelI street SeetFIonESCE awih essilutat essilutatFLORENCE a t tFLORENCE
FLORENCE A betov beloved d wtf wile of Mamltes MamltesVftde mDuWade MsseaS MsseaSWade
Wade and bring mother of Marie A ABlanche AsseSs AsseSsBlanche C lft lftBlancha
Blanche L and Mamie WadDWc WMDlekmtll s sal aadaunt aliiaunt salaunt
aunt of Frauds Magrader MagraderFuneral UagNdetFuntral MagruderFuntral
Funtral serrice Trill be held at Et St ama QrprkuObureh amaOhurch dspnfaiChurch
Church ThIrteenth aad C ttre streets tree ts swifceoU UaNt Sat Saturday Sat Satunhr Saturday ¬
urday May 16 at 9 a a B R Recetem rtem Ba aaH 5 5the for forthe orthe
the repisa cf her saiL InttnsMt at Moist McontOliTrt MWIttQUv2t I IOliret
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