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ber of -Commerco last evealnc: '
JohB'Dolph. caauman..of tha.ceavea.
Uons committee, made a verbal report
npon'the activities of that body. Jle said
that next year's meetlnr of the national
convention of the W. C T.:V. 'and that'
of the Journeymen Plasterers Interna-.
Uoaal Association have been aettled anon
for Washlnston. "Details are, bebv ar
ranged by committees "appointed; for the
purpose, and the delegates -to , these
bodies Trill be appropriately eared for. .
-Mr. "Dolph told of necotlatlons xolna;
on between his committee. and J. D. Con
way, secretary of the National Railway
Supply' Uanutacturers" AeeoclaUon. to
brine the U1S meetlnr of that body to
Washlnston. Mr. Conway has been in
Washlnston for a few days, ' and-.has
looked over the ground for the proper
housing of his convention. The conven
tion Is made up of about 4.000 delegate
and a feature of the convention is m
large exhibit of manufactured articles,
requiring about 83,000 square feet of
Mr. .Dolph recommended the erefttlon
of a large. 'temporary building for the
purpose, at a cost of about 130,000, the
rentals of floor space In which would
practically recoup the Chamber for the
outlay. Secretary Grant, and. members
of the conventions committee will be
ready to so to New York in about a
week with the necessary' data to lay
before Mr. Conway and the executive
committee of the convention.
The directors authorised the necessary
expenditure of money in the. conven
tions fund to pay' the expenses of Sec
retary Grant and a member of the com
mittee to New Tork and a small "amount
for the entertainment of Mr. Conway
while In the city as the guest of the
committee. ;, - x
It appears that ther annual,, convention
of the National Railway Supply Manu
facturers' Association has met "a Atlan
tic City for several years, .but that a
desire has arisen on the part of some
of its members to go-to some other city,
with the result that Washington has
the first call upon the next annual
meeting, provided It can' meet the re
quirements of the body in the way of an
The directors also authorized an ex
penditure of "325 or as much of that sum
as should be required to assist in the
entertainment of the National Federation
of Women's Clubs to be held here in the
month of April next year. An appropria
tion of 130 was alto made to assist in
paying the expenses of the superintend
ent of county-roads of the District gov
ernment to the convention of the' Ameri
can Roadbullders' Association, " which
meets in Cincinnati in the month of De
Complaints of the" activity of constables
In Maryland along the borders of the
District in arresting drivers of automo
biles who stray over the Une without the
Maryland license attached to their vehl
cles was reported to the board from the
executive committee. Many drivers of
machine vehicles have passed Into Mary.
land for short distances, have been ar
rested and fined, when they did not know
the location of the boundaries snd were
innocent of any intention to violate the
law. The statement was made, that the
watchfulness of constables amounts to a
patrol of the borders of the District,
where they apparently lie In wait to catch
the unwary for the small fees obtained
In each case for the arrest.
The board authorized the appointment
of a committee of .three by the chair
to lay the matter before the Commis
sioners with a view-to a conference with
the Maryland County authorities.
G. T. Worthington, chairman of the
membership committee, reported to the
board a long list of delinquent members,
some of whom are Indebted for dues run-
nine over a long period. It. was deter
mined by the board that an effort should
be made to collect these dues, first by
proper notification through the secretary.
and then by resort to more drastic meas
ures if that should be found necessary.
As reported to the board, about seventy
five members are delinquent in varying
sums, which In the aggregate amounts
to several thousand dollars.
WATCH MOVIES AS PLACE BUSHS,
Flreafea Extlagalak Blase Aadl-
BOO Never Hear Them.
While a large crowd gased at an in
teresting film In a moving picture theater
at OB Ninth Street Northwest, late yes
terday afternoon, unconscious that the
building was burning, fifteen- firemen of
No. z Engine- impany. lea by ueut.
George W. Smith, quickly ascended to the
root extinguished the names and de
parted without even disturbing., the
cores of persons in the auditorium.
. When an employe discovered-that a, flue
Inlthe rear of, the building bad caught
fire and was sending flames high In the
sir. Manager' Thomas H. Johnson was
Quickly notified and word was telephoned
to fire alarm headquarters. The-jeompany
made the run from the quarters In
Twelfth, between G and H Streets North
west, in less than two minutes.
Fireman Fred Koch quickly saw the sit
uation, and warned his fellow-fire fighters
to make, no noise. The 'firemen soon had
water directed down the chimney and
stopped the names in a few minutes.
As' therflremen were departing, a girl,
leaving the theater with her escort, turned
and asked him. "Where is the firer
"Darned if I know." replied the boy. The
damage, is estimated at not more than JW.
EIGHT-HOUB LAW 0PI1T01'.
Wlathxop Makes PabUo nmllmm vt
Acting Secretary of the Navy Seek
man Wlnthrop yesterday, made -public
the opinion .Tendered byAttorney Gen
eral Wlckersham on the construction
ot the act. of the last -Congress limit
ing the' hours of -work Sof mechanics
and., other engaged upon government
contract work. -ir
The 'question. to. be decided. was
where the government -most 'draw the
line of. the eight-hour day , In. purchas
ing materials for Its own use. The"
navy .was the -first to feel thla -through
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The attorney General held that then
was nothing In Ob; law ;toprevefat a
mechanic. employed 1a' a, plant. doing
work for. the sverBOtent froas putUng
la -additional hours In worktac on aaaA
terlal not -iMUned for.gtrranuiMat aa
aRre ;lia4;wk4r: aa sight-bear
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Craaa League aad-tlu"Dlstrlet.Del'
snalyses of theTotea'casTst thartraw''
election oeftacted'by;Tth leacM' Tuesi
day were proof of the fact -that the
people of the District, want to toU and
thus InlorB Cengreaa -aad.the 'Other
powers what 'men and measures they
wlatf; fa' gpvsra.them, and.-o besrepre-
ewijsa m. uamu,
.A"' teal count of th votea yesterday
showed "that the proposal that the Dis
trict "have a delegate in Congress had
received 10,40 favorable votes; with only
9M unfavorable. - Of the votes east -In
favor of representation -of the. District In
Congress.'Uo.tU were in favor' of having
xne delegate eiectea oy me people, ana
in tn favor or having him appointea oy
Altogether the victor for , home, rule
seemed a 'decisive one. On the proposal
that' the Commissioners, as' now consti
tuting the present government of the
DR. THOMAS E. WIM,
Pralamt o the Oifbiet BUTtise Letfiw.
District, be elected. Instead of being ap
pointed by the President, there were 10.
437' favorable and only W7 unfavorable
votes. For self-government lo.iw voted,
with 1-353 anlnst.
It was on these figures, snd on the
almost Identical majorities that. the pro
Doaal to rive theDlstrlct's' Inhabitants
the "ballot carried, that the leaders of
the District ot 'Columbia Suffrage
League and the District Delegate As
sociation., both of which got the bene
fits of the league's elecUon Tuesday,
based their conclusions that the people
want home rule.
May Coavlaee Congress.
"And they are going to get it!" is the
battle" cry of the two -organizations.
Their leaders declare that success is not
far ahead. With the showing made
TuesdayN the- advocates of home rule
and .adequate representation In Congress
assert that they can convince Congress
of 'the needs of the people and of their
They expect to prove that a majority
of the Inhabitants of the District want
home rule and representation in Con
gress. Tim present plans are to follow up the
first victory with an unremitting cam
paign. Meetings will be held from time
to time, and early In the -next session of
Congress there will be a mass-meeting
of the people of the District to which
members of Congress will be asked to
comet At the same time the advocates
of home-rule and a District delegate are
going to take their fight to the people of
the United States.
'Or. Will JaMIaat.
"it has been a great fight. With a lit
tle organization, sarcastically dubbed a
"Tooley Street' affair, with a total fund
of probably less than COO. Insufficient to
buy even a rerpectable fraction -of the
ballots required on election day with a
UtUe Gideon's band, every one of whom
rendered service absolutely gratis, and
with office and -transportation facilities
donated by ;the faithful, the District, of
Columbia Suffrage League has at last
put to the crucial test ot a popular vote
the truthfulness of the time-worn decla
ration that the people of the District 'are
satisfied'- with political subjugation and
servitude," said Dr. T. D. Will, president
of the suffrage leaguaA
"What has been the result? A -vote to
taling 11,373. With a campaign fund
Which any political party would have, re
garded as putting it above, the plane of
beggary, and enabling It to bring to the
ears 'of the average resident of. the Dis
trict' the fact that a vote 'Was" to be
taken, there can be absolutely no ques
tion that the poll, would have bean abso
"And the" attitude ot the voters? Seven
per cent declared, against the right to
vote and SS declared for it- In 1890 Sena
tor .Henry w. Blair- declared that If the
people 'of the District were given oppor
tunity to express' themselves on .the ques
tion of suffrage M per cent would declare
for it,- Of those actually, voting' the per
centage was, higher by three than'this ap
parently sanguine prediction.
"The league afforded opportunity -for
the -voters to express themselves on the
question, of ttheb?Fresldentlal preference.
Their total vote on this question (11,003)
feU below the total vote' onlhe suffrage
question,. 1LS73. Roosevelt received M71,
one-half, the total -Presidential vote 'cast
Why?.. Can It be denoted that his pledge
to put the Federal .District on-the map
was -an" important factor tn securing tor
mm tnu magnincent support....
ClaaUa' Makes Statnaeat.
The DistJlct Delegate Associations near
claimed a complete indorsement from the
election' Tuesday. ' " " ."'' .
It seems very probable that we ban
be 'granted representation at the next ses
sloa 'of Congress. "xsald-. Boy C ..Oagin,
chairman of thessseclatlon's executive
council. , 'JvT
"We have aisnped. oat. plaa to meant
the .dalma of, our : people to .repressuta
tkm, and wehave pabBcw-senthneat be?
hind ... We shaa"reoiosntrau"our
strength upon our. straawle for, reareses-'
tatioa. ,Wa belUvethat-aU the pellUeal
parties in tbe-District wm anlte to'ad
vanosthe'eanse. ' c vi " """i-''-:
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Trentml'ta Tha'. Firefly."" 'I'm im
operatlo comedy.;"by Otto Bauerbacb' and
Rudol,-Frlmi;' next "'w'eek-atftbe
national. The cast supporting, the. gifted
singer Includes . Melville Stewart.. Boy
Atwell, Leslie tJage. Benry Vogel.Vaun
my Lea; Audrer' Maple, iCatheriae
Stewart. Ruby Norton, and Vera Da Bo
ss. Mr.'-Hammersteln Uys'.'particular
stress upon the discovery f - Rudolf
rami, the comnoeer- While '.'.as Karon
last season, the. manager was attracted
by Mr. Frhnra Music, who jen had
two orchestral ballets. "Auf Japan," and
3Iellfried" to-bU credit. Both ff. these
are sUll enjoying sooularlry at' the Dree-
oen noropern .Theater, in itn Frlral ac
companied Jan Kubellk to thla countrr.
and In IMS, he'Dlaved his. own niano
concerto In B major with the New Tork
ormpnony orchestra. H
Natloaal Seskarleh lacaert.
The. Sembrleh concert U scheduUd for
to-morrow afternoon, at -O'clock at
the National Theater, when' the great
Polish soprano will delight' her audience
with one of the most pleasing programmes
or tne season. An additional" number baa
been .announced to supplement the pre
viously published one.. In which Mme.
Sembrleh wiU sing the Schumann -Brant
Lwer. i and z Mme. Marcelia Bern-
brtch will be assisted on this occasion by
autla Caslni.- 'cellist, and Frank.LaForge.
pianist. Sembrleh recitals have all tne
seriousness and dignity, ot functions. The
audiences which flock to them are al
ways fervent and aflame with art.
National Elnsewdogf Travel Talk.
The Grand 'Canyon ot Arizona win be
the subject of Dwight nmendorfs sec
ond, lecture In the series of five he Is now
delivering at the NaUonal on Thursday
Although this Is Elmendorfa fifth visit
to the canyon, he will show only a suffi
cient .number of his pictures .made dur
ing' former visits, tp illustrate the old
methods ot reaching thSNcanyon In or
der to contrast the- discomforts of yes
terday with the conveniences and com
forts of to-day. The three remaining
lectures In the course will be "The Great
Southwest," "The Pacific Coast." and
Colassbla "Hebeeea at ybrewlc
. A- New England idyl, the sweetest of
all, the plays that have presented New
England life andpeople on the stage.
"Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm," will be
presented at the Columbia next'week by
Klaw & Erlanger and Joseph Brooks.
Edith Taliaferro and the other members
ot the original company who were seen
In this charming play here last season
will again portray Mrs. Kate Douglas
Wiggln's quslnt and lovable Yankee
characters, and the piece wlU be staged
In the usual sumptuous and detailed
Klaw & Erlanger manner.
While the play makes a distinct appesl
to women snd children, 'owing to Its
origin In the well-loved "Rebecca Books"
of vvtry modern child's, library, no mere
man 'can sit for five minutes after the
first rise ot the curtain without feeling
the spell of 'the winsome little girl and
the tender influence oz tne piajrs simple.
Chase's Polite VaadevIUe.
Philip Bartholomae. the author of
Over Night." and "Little Miss Brown."
will present for its Washington premiere
at' Chase's next week his vaudeville far
cical success, "And They Lived Happy
Ever After," described as "the laughing
novelty ot the season."
The extra added attraction will be the
noted composer and conductor. Theodore
Bendlx. and his srmpnonr players.
Their selections comprise operatle num
bers and folk- songs. Those funny, trav
estlsts. Nick Hufford and Dell. Chain.
will present their comic absurdity. "The
Cullud Parson and the Minstrel Man."
The. operatic duettists. Frank Coombs
andfErnest Aldwell, from the Manhat
tan Opera Company. Is snotber special
The musical comedy stars. Harry Lin
ton and Anita Baurence. will give their
witty, and. melodious Ltmerickian fan
tasy. "The Piano Store." Harry Devlne
and Belle Williams will add their tune
ful extravaganza, "The Salesman and
the Drummer." The Clalrmonts will be
seen In their astonishing aerial: ladder
exploits. The pipe organ recitals at 140,
I'M, and intermissions, and tne ra-
veeaiy pnuwpiane Dawn- ptu-
tures wfll continue their entertaining sd
aitlone to tha bill.
Academy "The Dingbat Faatfly."
Special features of the production of
The Dingbat .Family," tha" new musical
novelty' by Mark Swan from .the charac
ters Invented by Herriman In tha news
papers of this country, which cornea to
the' Academy next week, win be the set
tings of both-tha first aad second acts.
Novelties they, certainly are. tor the first
shows the' two floor of the Interior ot
the Dingbat .family home perfectly fash
ioned, with the. apartments ot the family
upstairs" above It. The second act Is a
setting In" excellent harmony .of color
schema of a modern popular restaurant
and is presented with every detail.-
The cast and, novelty features .are said
to.be strong and to support very "capably
Rich McAllister, the' English oomedlsn,
and Bena Lewis In the, dual title roles.
The music, all written by John W. Brat-ton,-
la -the catchy, whlstley variety. T
Oayetyi-Tfce Jolly FaUlea.r
"The Jolly Follies." Al Rich's elaborate
burlesque, wiUJbe the attraction at the
oeyety next wees-, witnsa targe, cast.
headed byt three; attractive young women
Who are said-to possrsa goon vmose ana
who 'are Sifted dancers. They, are Nettle
Nelson, Alice. Lexer, aad Virginia' Ware.
Tha comedy element ot tne entertainment
WW behandled by FhO Ott, .Tern Bobin
on. Max Burkhardt aad IBob'Ott an
rated aa casable fuaatakera.' .The piece
baa been stsged by Ionswrel feremost
ef beeque stage dlreetora... Mr.- Brrol
alee wrote 'the musio vor, ""The Jolly,
FoBee."kana arranged ;ieet of: the eanc
Ing eneemblei- which .wUIeeatht the eye
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two .versatile authors, which 'they have
named "Married tor a Day." Is .the me
dium offered by the "Auto Gn-la." A
feature of the organization is the feral
nine contingent, who possess beauty and
talent of unusual ability.
The company, a metropolitan .cast, in
cludes Mr. Lew Sbean, Lew Fein. Mildred
Stoller, Lester Pike, Bertha Gibson,
Frankle Orace. Hazel Ford, and Charles
The Country Store" wm be tne extra
attraction on Friday night.
Tom Barry and company. In a comedy
playlet, will be the headline attraction at
Poir next week. Mr. Barry will be seen
In a tabloid farce. In which he plays the
role of a father.
Second In importance on the-bill will be
the character Impersonations of Charles
B. Lawlor and his two attractive daugh
ters. The Lawlors are said to ne espe
rlallv successful In their portrayal of pic
turesque Italian characters, and their
slnxinx is a feature of the specialty.
Manager Thatcher has secured another
ventriloquist' act for next week, but Alt
Rtpon ruses different memoes irom loose
employed this week by Mr. Emmett. mak
ing his act distinctive. Joe Whitehead
will be the monologulst of the bill. Mills
and Moulton will offer a bit of sidewalk
conversation; Goodrich. Van, and Hill
will be seen In a cabaret travesty, and
Insa and Lorella win complete the enter
tainment with acrobatic antics.
Feature photo-plays and the Garden
string orchestra are the attractions at
the Garden Theater in Ninth Street each
On Sstnrdav and Sunday an elaborate
film production of Tolstoi's "Kreutser
Sonata" wfll be shown In connection with
other ni st seen mctures.
Manager Tom Moore has arranged
for the m-odnctkm at the Garden of
some of the most elaborate feature mo
tion pictures ever shown in Washington
aad announcement ot their showing will
be msde'in a" short time.
A spirltusMstlc seance In aa open, well
lighted stags' la a .distinct novelty, and
yet this Is what la- promised, oy or.
Eddy, a cosmopolitan exponent of spir
itualism, who will appear st the Belasco
Sunday night. In connection with the
seance, the eminent medium Is' said to
give demonstrations of his splrltaallstle
theories tn broad daylight. The pron-
lem of piercing In any wsy the veil that
separates the natural from the spiritual
world la one that- persists In forcing. It
self, upon -man's; attention, and Dr. Eddy
Is said 'to ' have been successful In
Philadelphia and. other American cities
In demonstrating -his unusual-powers.
Bui most interesting test Is the mate
rialization and dematerlsllxatlon of
spirit forms, which' he has brought to
such a point mat even, races can m
detected. In one of the manifestations
Dr. Eddy la surrounded by a committee
from the audience. Suddenly -forms ap
pear beside, him, then, disappear, to
emerge among the audience. In the full
light of the-theatfef.
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oka' from a nine-" In the mouth Of an
Ballaa laborer'whieh proved distasteful
to ThomssLWaalen started -a. free-for-all
fight between a. aaaevof American and
Itailan'laberers tn a eoach of-a Philadel
phia, Wsshlngton and Baltimore passen-
-When- tlsaassifca c the battle cleared
away.TThoauaWhalannad hie brother,
James WbaAserweae feesssVte have been
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' Pr. A.r lOsar, isttlt Leanls.lsaa;n fcjiia oalal ysay CaatgrM)
'ta'neaur7eaj'a4 kaTt ajwawg CotsBa tt'grafclg Ssstt gnttty nmbOr.-
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la sty praeOca tor anay Ttaw
Sr. aUwbM Farrkh, . BraoUn,
toria taaqr.cwm aonganeld with good
padaata to' m It for ita mild laaatrr
Dr. 1. B. Xniatt. of Kev Tork City,
Taara pragorlbad roar Caataria tor
asartibr noisiwH aa-Baa.. The formate aamtalaa aatalac
to tto BsMtaallaata of eifldrtat.''
Dr. C. a cTpiagBe. of Omaka, Keb, aayar Tear Catartvi
madtriaa tar candraa, aad I frentiaaUy praswrtto K. 'Waaalaaaacadro.
eata tka ladaeriaiiaata tiaa of proprtotarr madlriaaa, yet Oaatarta is aa.
xeaptiaa for fwadlttan whica artaa ia tha cara at eaadraa.
Dr. J. A. Parker, of Xaaaaa Cltj, Vow aara: Toar Cagterla aolda tha
attaam ot tao madical prof eggtoa la a maaaar hald by no other propria.
tary praparatloB. It ia a aara aad rauahle madiciaa tor lafaata aad chfl.
araa. Ia fact. It la tha Baheraal hotMahoId ramafty tor Ijfaatfla anmeata.1
Dr. tt T. Morrill, of Aturaata, Me, aayg: -Caataria la oaa of tha Tary
fmaat aad moat rwwarWMa wmedlea far xafaata aad ealldroa. Ia my
opauoa yoaf Caataria has aayad ttioaaaada from aa early arara. I eaa.
fnymlah taadraai at faattmainii from tUm totality, aa la Ma atteleaay
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GKNUINI CASTORIA always'
The Kind Ton Have Always RonLtt
In Use For Over 30 Years.
PETER G. GERRY
TO OCCUPY SEAT
Haibaad of the Beantifol Hathilde
lownsead Elected to
When the news of the election of
Peter Goelet Gerry aa one of the Demo
cratic Representatives from Rhode Is
land flashed through Washington society
circles the wiseacres of the upper crust
"Now the chance has come for MathUde
Townsend to achieve her life-long ambi
tion to reign at the head of a salon."
And It U admitted that the wiseacres
were right for the nonce.
With Representative Gerry will come
bis wife, once the beautiful MathUde
Townsend. daughter of Mrs. Richard
Townsend. ot Massachusetts Avenue, and
before her marriage three years ago one
of the leaders In the set that Alice Long
She was known as the most beautiful
girl in Washington, and beside being a
reigning belle, was noted for her spark
ling wit and vivacity. After her debut at
her mother's handsome home she bent
the knee to none socially and her friends
say she etas always longed to be able to
dictate and reign In her own social salon.
About two years ago MathUde Town
send was married to Peter .Goelet Gerry.
of Newport, millionaire, sportsman, club
man and 'now It would seem, politician.
The wedding was known as -the "white
FoUowing the ceremony Mrs. Gerry left
Washington except tor regular winter
visits aad she aad her husband have
spent muoh of their time- tn Virginia,
where they maintain a stable of blue
ribbon horses. Both are renowned
equestrians and their, horses- have car
ried os many coveted prises.
Democratlo, millionaires all. over the
country, will add- to the aayetyof the
new enmmistranon. Already the Joseph
Letters and Perry Belmonta are leading
lights at the National Capital, and It Is
expected the .TOllUonaira colony, will not
be diminished by the exodus of Repub
lican' millionaires, for their loss will be
made up. by the Democratlo captains ot
industry, who are planning Washington
sos sons aad homes.
LOfES OH TECHHICALIIT.
Former Pelleeman UtUott'a Appeal
Propped by Conrt.
Former Policeman Joseph L.- Olllott.
who has 'made a legal fight for two
years to retain his position In the police
department, following his dismissal tor
Insubordination aa a result ot charges
he .filed against a superior officer, has
lost the battle, on. a technicality. -
Olllott faUed to have the transcript of
the record printed on bis second appeal
to the District: Court ot Appeal,' as re
quired "by the rules, and the .conrt,
after granting en extension of thirty
days in which to have the rule complied
with yesterday dropped the case.
GUlott carried bis case rrem the. police
trial board .to the Commissioners and
then to- the courts, -finally appealing to
tha hiahest court, and aa a "consequence'
his fight has been watched with Interest
not only by members Tof the poUce de
partment out by citizens throughout the
Many Killed In Iteltglews BUots.
Lisbon, Portugal. Nov. . Twenty-five
persons .-were killed to-oay and many
wounded ta religious riots at leirla. in
Estremadura '.Province. Rioting follow
ed "a clash) between Liberals and Cleri
cals. Troops were rushed. to tne scene
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GET HOCTATiTSTS' SCALPS.
Central laker Unionists
from Caaipsilan, in West,
P. J. Ryan, attorney for the Central (
Labor Union, returned to Washington ,
last night after completing the campaign
which hs and Milton J. SnelUng, presi
dent of the union, made against the ,
Socialist propaganda. Mr. Snelllng re-
"Our fight wsa altogether against the
Socialist propaganda." said Mr. Kyan.
"and we came back with the eealps ot
Berger and Gaylor, the Socialist candi
dates for Congress, at our belts.
"We have taken the position that or
ganised labor Is not In favor of any
person or any party that does not stand
for the stable government of this coun
try. We made our fight on that ground,
and we won."
Mr. Ryan and Mr. Snelllng spoke la
Milwaukee, Detroit 'and Saginaw. Mich.;
Chicago. Canton, Ohio; Reading, Pa.:
Philadelphia, aad New Tork. Their "
briskest campaigning was In Wlsoonsin.
Mr. Ryan will leave Sunday tor Roches
ter, N. Y- to represent the Maryland
District ot Columbia Federation of La
bor at the American Federation ot ,
Lahor oonventUn there.
Bern Beams, Genlmd, nisi a see hi! Art'
tte cttwr ear. TBmet Ms bah- sum, .
But Cheer- Up! Ia a Short Timei
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