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EMPLOYERS HELD LIABLE
Rigid Restriction and PcaItie for
, Violation Strengthen Proposed
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Without a. dissenting vote, the House
yesterday passed the La Follette bill lim
iting the hours of employment for fe
males In the- District of Columbia to
eight hours In Tlrthally all except do
mestic employment, and prohibiting; the
employment of girls under eighteen
-years of ace between 6 o'clock In the
evening and 7 o'clock in the morning in
any consecutive twenty-four hours.
The measure passed the Senate early
this session. It goes to the President
vfor his signature today and becomes
effective Immediately upon Its approval
by the Executive.
One of the most sweeping measures of
Its kind, the bill provides complete ma
chinery for Its enforcement, and assesses
heavy penalties for violations. It spe
cifically applies Its provisions to man
' iifacturing, mechanical and mercantile
establishments, laundries, hotels, restau
rants, telephone and telegraph establish
ments and offices, and express and trans
, Employers of female labor are re
quired to keep posted on forms to be
furnished by the Commissioners, complete-
data concerning the age, hours
of employment, and time permitted
lor meals and rest, of every femaUl
employe in .each room In the establish
ment. The employer further Is re
quired to keep Ibis and other data In
& book of record. All of these records
' are made available for Inspection by
officers to be appointed for the purpose,
and who are required to make a daily
) report to tho Commissioners.
For -eight Hoars n Week.
The bill prohibits the employment
of females in the District for more
than six clavs or forty-eight hours a
week, or for more than six consecu
tive houn. except when the end of the
day's work comes before 1:34 o'clock
in, the afternoon.
tj"he bill was vigorously opposed be-
; fore both Senate and House District
Committees by representatives of the
Iletail Merchants' Association of the
District, and by Individual employers
of female labor. The measure, in full.
"Be It enacted. &c That no female
shall be employed in any manufacturing,
mechanical, or mercantile establishment.
laundry, hotel, or restaurant, or tele
graph or telphone establishment or office,
or by any express or transportation com
pany In the District of Columbia more
than eight houis In any one day or more
than six days or more than forty-eight
hours in any one week.
"Section ! That no female under
eighteen years of ace shall be employed
or permitted to work In or In connection
with any of the establishments or occu
pations named in section 1 of this act
liefore tiro hour of 7 o'clock in the morn
ing or after the h. r of 6 o'clock in the
evening of any one day.
Section 3. That no female shall be em
ployed or permitted rework for more
..than six hours continuously at one time
"in any establishment or occupation
named in section 1 of this act in which
thix-e ur more such females are em
ployed without an interval of at least
three-quarters of an hour, except that
such female may be so employed for
more than six and one-half hours con
tinuously at one time if such employment
ends not later than 1:3) o'clock In the
afternoon and If she Is then dismissed
for the remainder of the day.
Mint Post Dnta.
"Section t. That "every employer shall
post and keep posted in a conspicuous
place In every room in any establishment
or occupation named In section I of this
act in which any females are employed
a printed notice stating the number of
hours such females axe required or per
mitted to work on each day of the week,
the hours of beginning and stopping sucn
When You Smell ike
Good Food diking
And It Makes Yon Sick It Is a Sure"
Sign- that You Need Stuarf s
It is ttme to pay attention to your
Ftomach when the sight or the smell of
Jood makes you sick, for were this not
the fact the stomach would not cause
such disgust upon the part of the sense
of smell and taste when meal time comes
All the world has to eat. Tou men
who walk to your meals like you do to
a. drug store for medicine, should at
once realize that there Is a relief for
you. This relief Is Stuart's Dyspepsia
riie Djnprptlci "Hon can a man live In
a smell like thatf
Taste, sight, and smeU' all have an In
fluence upon dlcestlon. If one eats
tomething that does not taste good one
retards the work of digestion because
the Juices necessary to digest the thing
eaten win not now in correct propor
tion. On the other hand, good food will al
crcys excite the taste through actual con
tact with the food In the mouth' or
through the sight or sense of smell, un
less the stomach knows that It cannot
.We thus readily leam that the simple
let of' giving nature the digestive fluids
the needs will bring back all the Joys
f good eating, and tasting, smelling and
leelng dainty-dishes will excite a rousing
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are com
tosed of natural Ingredients that a worn
tut digestion simply welcomes with a'
iidUcl!cht- They enrich the stomach
lulccs quickly so that if you want to eat
in. out-of-the-ordltiary-aftcrj-the -theater
ort of a dinner, just, carry a .Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablet In. your pocket; take It
tftcr the' meal and you willjBlgest that
tical. ja.V ,$
5'our drugglstwlHilsupply-yoa -jfith a
Jox no raatterYWhere you USS. .Price
worfeaJit 'Set-hovraf beiaW; arii
Mdbtar tbe'rseeM'allowedfor meate: The
printed ; tnn of web notice "sbtlr be. furi
Btohed:by'tM. inspectors authorise 'tar
this -aet.cThe 'employment': of aay'such
female for. a loner tune la any day than
that-stated ln;the printed' notice. sfcaHbe
deemed a violation of .the provisions of
this section. "Where , the jgature. of the
business makes It Impracticable to' fix the
recess sllowed, for meals at tbelsaoW time
for all females employed, the. Inspectors
authorised to 'enforce this act may. issue"
a permit dispensing' with the posting of
the. hoars when the recess allowed for
meals .begins and' ends. " and. requiring
only the posting of the total number of
hours 'which females are required or per
mitted to. work on -each day of tho week
and the. boars of beginning, and stopping
such work. Such permit shall be kept
by sucn employer -upon such' premises and
exhibited . to all Inspectors authorised to
enforce this act.
"Section &, That every employer' shall
keep a time book or record for et'ery.
female employed In any establishment or
occupation named In section 1 of this
act, stating the wages paid, the number
of hours worked by her on each day c-f
the week, the hours of bea-lnnlnr and
stopping such work, and the hours of
Deginrsng and ending the recess allowed
for meals. Such time book or record shall'
be open .at all reasonable hours to the
Inspection of the officials authorized to
enforce this act. Any employer who falls
to keep such record as required by this
section, or makes any false statement
therein, or refuses to exhibit such time
book or record, or makes any false state-
ment to an official authorized to enforce'
this act. In reply to any question put In
carrying out the provisions of this act.
shall be Uable for a violation thereof.
Provides TJhree Inspectors
"Section 6. That the Commissioners of
the District of .Columbia are hereby
authorized, to appoint three Inspectors,
two of whom 'shall be women, to carry
out the purposes of this act. at a com
pensation not exceeding J1.330 each .per
"Section 7. That the Inspectors author
ized by this act may in the discharge of
their duties enter any place, building, or
room where any labor Is being performed
by females which Is affected by the pro
visions of this chapter wherever such in
spector may have reasonable cause to
believe that any such labor Is being per
"Section 8. That the Inspectors author
ized by this act shall visit and Inspect
the establishments and places of employ,
ment named In section 1 as often as prac
tlcable, during reasonable hours, and
shall cause the provisions of this act to
oe emorcea therein, and also the pro
visions of an act entitled 'An act to pro
vide that all persons employing female
help In stores, shops, or manufactories In
the District of Columbia shall provide
seats for the same when not actively em
ployed.' approved March 18K. They
shall make a daily report to the Com
missioners of the District of Columbia,
and also report any cases of Illegal em
ployment contrary to the provisions of
this act to the corporation-counsel of the
District of Columbia.
"Section 9. That any person who vio
lates or does not comply with any of the
provisions of this act shall, upon convic
tion, be punished for a first offense by a
tme of not less than CO nor more than
J50; for a second offense, by a fine of not
less than CO nor more than COO; for a
third offense, by a fine of not less than
ALASKA SEALS HIS TOPIC.
Fur seals of Alaika wilt be discussed
In an illustrated talk by Walter I. Intb
key. at the monthly meeting of the Cleve
land Tark School and Community As
rodatiorX tonight, at 8 o'clock. In the
Jolur Eaton School, Lowell and Thirty
Mr. Lerabkey formerly was agent In
charge or seal fisheries In Alaska, and
for fifteen, years supervised the catching
of seals-on the islands of St, George and
St, Paul in the Pribllot group. He has
resigned from the service to take up the
practice of law In Washington.
Tlie association also will discuss civic
matters, and will give particular atten
tion to Inaugurating a campaign to get
owners of vacant and other property In
the park to clear away weeds and rub
bish. Under, the Capitol Dome.
An amendment to the Constitution to
provide four-year terms for members of
the House of Representatives Is pro
posed in a Joint resolution Introduced In
the House by 'Representative norland, a
Missouri Democrat. The resolution stip
ulated that the members shall be elected
subject to their recall at the will of the
voters of the Congressional districts.
The House Committee orjJmmlgratlon
side-stepped the Japanese and Asiatic ex
clusion question by holding no meeting.
A quorum of the committee failed to ap
pear and the meeting was called off. Tho
committee will meet today to hear Hin
doos, who are now in the city to protest
against the feature of the Raker bill
aimed at this class of Immigrants.
A bill giving C764 to the wRIow- of Dr.
Thomas B. McCIIntick. of the Public
Health Service, was passed by the Senate.
McCIIntick died from spotted fever, a
disease which he was Investigating In
Montana for the purpose of finding
means to eradicate It,
The Burnett Immigration bill, perhaps
amended In some particulars, will be re
ported to the Senate this session as the
result of a vote taken In committee. This
vote definitely settled the question of
putting legislation off until nexv'sesslon.
The bill probably will be reported by
the committee with the literacy test in-
An appropriation of $100,000 to nenuiro
a site and construct the new postofOce'
building at Mannlngtori. W. Va.. was In
troduced In the House by Representative
iieeijvor mat mate.
Asserting that, a disease known as
dourine Is seriously hampering the breed
ing and growing of horses In this country
Representative Barton.- of Nebraslfa, In
troduced a bill In, the House authorizing
the Department of Agriculture to expend
11CO.00C in Investigating and stamping out
An' appropriation of HO7.40S for complet
ing repairs and Improvements of the
Wall Street front of the New York as
say office was Introduced In. the House
by Representative Cantor, of New Torki
Representative Carr. o'f Pennsylvania,
Introduced In the House a bill to' fix tho
salary of the district attorney for tho
Western district of Pennsylvania, at
$6,000 Per' annum and the salary of his.
assistants at1 not more than H.OCfl, the
amount to be determined by the Attorney
The establishment of two additional
fish hatcheries In the State of .Colorado
at a cost not' exceeding $31000 for the two.
Is .provided for In a bill Introduced In the
House- bv Reprerentatlve SeldomrMir r
Representative Stedman. or North
Carolina, Introduced In a (louse bill to
appropriate 4150,030 Tor1 a new postofflce
building at Greensboro.
Representative E. R. Bathrick admitted
that he was seriously considering: be
coming a candidate for the governorship-
oi unio. At an iniormai .meeting- of tho
Ohio delegation in the House Representa
tive. Whitacre practically launched the
Bathrick boom, although the detention
I took no action on the suggestion.
Takf Ppwdr of -Changing
masters General:, ,
SENATE COMMnTEE ACTS
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Aaaeadaeat'J, Fsvored, Which, if
Adopted, yoaUGive Express' i.
A movement is under way among rta.z-.
tlonary members iof the Senate which. If
successful, m.ajr "hamstring" and ab
lutely tie, iblnd,. and gag' future- develop
ment, of the 1131 post .service.
The Senate-Committee on Postofllces. It.
became, .known -last, night,- has agreed'
upon an amendment to. the postal appro
priation' bill which, In effect, win lake
all power of making iuture orders . re
garding the newsservice, from the Post
of&ce Department and lodge It with Con
gress. The' amendment agieed upon by'-thp
committee reads as follows:
."And provided, further, that .there shall
be no change In the existing weight
limits, rates of postage, or zones of
fourth-class mall matter until authorized
The Joker in the amendment Is so ap
parent it can hardly be cabled a Joker. If
It Is adopted, and. the committee recom
mended lt along with the .postal appro
priation bill today, it will .mean that the
Postmaster General cannot 'change a
rate, a zone, or a weight limit wltho'it
going to Congress and getting a law to
that effect. Its practical effect will be.
If adopted, to keep the parcel post rates
exactly where they are for the next few
years. Any future changes will be ex
tremelv difficult to bring, about. I
Help to Express Companies,
Persons 'familiar, with the workings of
the parcel post say the adoption of the
amendment will turn the government's
new moll service "oyer to the tender
mercies of the express companies '"oat
hove been hardest hit y Its successful
operation. Thats-thls 'Is mere than pos
sible la apparent. The express companies
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to; and the approval or. the Interstate
Commerce Commission. Practically the
same piovlsion now applies to tho parrel
With the Postmaster General's hands
tied and unable to make, any changes
In rates except by consent if Congress,
It would easily be possible for the "Ex
press companies to lower their ruteson
the class of matter that now ronstlCu'k's
the most profitable part of the parcel
post bu'lness, and seize that business
and leave to the parcel post for the most
part enly the unrwAtliHo business. The
parcel post would le tied and unable
to meet such a decrease in rates until
Congress had got around to act. And on
each and ever' Instance, the mall srvlee
wc-uld .have to run the gantlet of Con
gressional committees and the opposition
of the express and railroad cmpanlcs.
Deficit Would Tlesalt,'
With the rrcuin of the parcel post
business sKlmmcd ofTj In till manner. It
Is Tilghly probable that the new mall
servk-e. by having larcelv the unoroflt-
able' business to handle, would be left
wltli an annual deficit of JloiuCCa or
more. It can be seen at a gUnee how
easy It would lie merely by uslru the
customary delays In all Congressional
nction for the express companies to
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Committee.-In . agreetag" to - this ,'aawnd
merit 'wraa-forecasted .when It 'attempted
tocsll .the PcfltiMsterrOensral to ac
count -when ho made;, the order raising
the. parcej post weight, limit- to fifty
pounds. --, When that order went Into, ef
fect a howl" went up' from tho railroads
and. the' " express. : companies. The re
sult was the SenaU committee asked an
expJaaatlen-of the" order from the Post,
master .Genera., Mr. Burleson said 'he
had acted, to make the parcel post of
more .service, and use to the people.
That ended the episode.
There was 'surprise expressed last
night when It became known 'that Jo
seph U Bristow, -Senator from Kan
sas, who had been -a strong advocate
of most of- the. progressiva legislation
before Congresiv had voted ".with tho
committee to the amendment "sTagghis?
the parcel post. Senator Bankhead. of
Alabama, chairman- of the' committee,
arid Senator Bryan, of Florida, reaction
ary, Democrats, were among'' the strong
advocates, of the amendment
Vote In' Committee, f
A memb-Jcof the committee who Is
advocating- the amendment said last night
the committee Jiad been unanimous in
voting; 'that the Postmaster General
should not Increase the weight limit
without the' consent of. Congress.- Three
or four Senators voted against .the propo
sition that no chingeif.or rates or zones
should be. made without the 'consent of
Congress. A third motion was made to
compel the" Postmaster General to order
the .use of a special stamp for parcel
post business. That motion was lost by
Senators who. advocate the amendment
admit-, that Its purpose Is to keep the
present parcel post rates where they
are for tho present. They assert that
parcel post Is being carried at a loss, but
how great. It la Impossible-to find our.
They say that, the Postmaster General
changes the rates and the zones so often
It Is Impossible, to ascertain this Infor
mation. By keeping the rates, where
they are' now. they say. the parcel post
can be tried out and the exact profit or
loss be. ascertained. Then rates can be
adjusted on a "scientific" basis.
It la expected that the report will be
made to the Senate today by Senator
Cornea to Plan for Kllaht.
London, Feb. 11 I.leuu p. j. c. Porte,
formerly of the British navy, who will
be one of the nviatot to pilot the Rod
man. Wanamaker aeroplane on Its trans
Atlantic flight, today announced he will
sail for New Tork on Saturday.
Another Article on "Antis"
And the Liquor Interests
By IDA HUSTED HARPER
IN NEXT SUNDAY'S HERALD
Mrs. Harper, whose treatment of questions arTccting woman
suffrage lias attracted to her articles in The Sunday Herald the
attention of every advocate and opponent of the "cause" in
Washington, will discuss the meetings of the antis held this week.
She follows up her analysis of conditions fronting woman
suffrage campaigns in the West.
Order Your Sunday Herald Npw
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chine, even if it is not a Columbia GrafonoLi. ' .
BEFIM Efif ORCWG LAW
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C A. TowiiWoutf.ProticGKpora
tion's Against Proposed AbU- '
trust Legislation. "
AMENDMENTS ARE .PROPOSED
An argument that anti-trust . laws
should not bejj enfe-rced 'against- corpora
tions until such' laws havo been In-,
terpreted by the courts, was' presented to
the House Committee on .Interstate. and
Foreign Commerce-yesterday It .was ad
vanced by -Charles A, Towne.. ,wh ap
peared as the .reprrsehtAtlve, of, the' New
.Merchants' Association .to discuss the
pending administration bill providing for.
the creation of an Interstate tradescom
Mr. Towno urged the committee to In
corporate an amendment ln'the bill car
Ding out the principles of the Canadian
trade relations, act. He' Insisted that no
trade practice should bo prohibited until
Its fairness or legality had been determ
ined by the courts. He untcd the adop-
tlnn nf nn amendment under which per-!
son; complaining of unfair practices by
a corporation might obtain an Investiga
tion by a court. If the court fcund that
the practice complained against to be
unfair It might undertake Judicial review
of the whole case on Its merits. "During
the Inquiry by the court the defendant
corporation would not bo subJectUo pun
ishment "That would be giving Immunity up to
the time of the final decision of the
court" suggested Representative Adam
son, chairman of the committee.
"We ought to have some system -of
sifting out the big questions from 'the
minor ones," responded Mr. Towne.
G. C. Rogers, 'of Rogers & Rogers, of
New York, a motion picture concern,
appeared before the Judiciary Committee
In regard to the ahtl-lrust bills.; Hi ot
tered a bill empowering the -courts by
Injunction"" to maintain fflr practices in
business conducted" by corporations wltb
their customers. -This bill contains a;
provision requiring approval by .the pro
posed trades commission before a license
based on letters patent shall become
Just to prove that their manual training
Is of the practical sort, the boys In the
Nesquehoming. Pa., public schools have
erected a domestic science building.
1210 G Street N. W,
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He perfected the Kew Combined Tresuseat, emee
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bring the disease back as fast a
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Ur9 the mtf
af the tody and
cures the di
ease ty remove
utr the cause.
On test cases, he coum
completely remove all situs
of Catarrh from note and'
throat, but in a few weeaa I
they were back.
Goes to the Re of
Hswting sod aatttssg
Snoring at night
Bid Breath ,
Xiy ttrccos rn Bote
and any of the other
that indicate an
Send the Test Treatment
If your New Combined Treatment wi3.
reueremycatarTaana onsr me nouui asq
good spirits again. I am willing to be abowo.
So. without cost or oblixatioa to me, se
fully prepaid the Treatment, sad Book.
HlllhC. E. BltU. 4127 Hi St.. Hiriiall, Hca
No Exercise Wore No Special Crefh
ing Took No Weakening Baths!
I Explain My Simple, Speedy Home Treat
ment to You FREE!
I. IaicII Kimball, a married woman past middle
ge. attacked by obesity for years, finally con
quered the fat monster. Everything you ever
tried. I tried. 1 went throngh exercises, rolled on
the floor, cut down my food, gave up sweets, fat..
and starches, wore elastic clothing, tried electric
ity, massage, osteopathy, vibration, hot and vapor
baths, swallowed pellets, capsules and teas gstsl "
Is rapidly as 1 lost and so would yon with ta
Fcr lean, mr rrtenAs eave asked re to tell tbera hnv
I got rid of fat and kept rid of It. Tbey ka
ttit I eat what I wtat so through no exercise otrjer than t
set aroond tb hooa and aet ; that I am FHGX front
rteaftr. harry, healthy. soppU and look roucser by Sftara
rears than I actnallj ami
I va afraid tbat rar IXonae Treatment mbrht
pen temrorary. I vilttd moaths. 3fy fat did not
rrtnnt. and I valttd nam, hot mi fit did not coaa
nek. Still. I pcitpcsed. 1 Dial my Home Obesity Treat
dent oo frlecda. Thtj wen MinalT btfMStfd men and voraca of
ssauy I amira to reduce ike obesity of
fat men and rromen all over me worm.
Ton hm Crartd fat b7 the poand. loax nethod" and Tlat
nnu" hare atucksd living; tlaaines more tJaam tat.
Wbac did ran taint Kothtsgl Tonr fat cama back the moment yoa
topped icnr aereln or eiet. Itdkt not ro rf joa tried asrSnnc
the. Bot mr Honte Treatment Is mot exerelact or
diet, f tar diet hi lta breadett aeate not tarraooa dM," sot
-nmitn diet." but diet or any kind.
Eat ioj Und ot meat. TeoUMr. aalada. castrr. Sab. fowl. avis.
eBdy that rod vaaW-vnea yon want It. Drlak vhat 70a vast
wttn jot int It. 1 don't Interfere vith your food or drlak. Ho
bradim crr. roUmc ptayrac rlf. benebaek rtihac. dome caaRtaa
af aay kind- Sit rn your chair t home, or In Tour chair at yonr
eKe-etl the fat wlll.raalth from yon bv tho pint,
quart, and gnllan. It tan awar rapidly. Itmelia
from yonr cells. Ion feel better stromer. Beaaty rrtcras to
women 1 ttrenrui to ml Taa aeeer beard "f anytbles of tha fsd
before Is joot fife. Enrybody tayai "Haw woodermlt" ft It mar-
aeaenpucn, ana 11 at auraiatery aar
It it ao trmple. jva Beea aeroia am urea or iw 1
- foar boors TO lta nae.
Spend Just One Pqnny !
All I mnt joo to do U to crt m book. This a plain i tlM
Darai tTI HWU mrtuvus uiu uisuiKUt. wuj csctusi amuitt
art TtrlcM. It ttlU bow I ovfrcame obnlty, how 1 rooqerrta -fat?
ferrs l rM r friMHis ct fat: how vun tin t fir frcm -I
ot th ttt ficKt. I know that yon want 1b wwj -I
crJnlfd ont ror too. anowrax now joii can mm xax ncaa.
in jonr owaX horn, ooardinc bouae. wbU traraHcc r Tint
at lnrt wait. Ttii took roaia yoa nothing. It tti tha
bow and the wbr. and yonr vase ahonld to. aaonc tb flnt
'o tfacb ue. 1 rlfdje trrtmer and a prompt iapoaa. TMa
tbe key to paeee-wffnl rnwltl fat veamctlov ,
(Vrlte todliy now! Ilonr toot qot tal
niomeut: Ifr00 Drvq bsatTciat4 before, tbl ttre
vnn wxU bo latWed Writs tn a. JeUar or on a poat card.
''Pkawe tend Fw Book ahowxxts hew 1 nn Ttdoca mj ot
it at Home. Mxn 7oor tame aod atldztm, Too rv bo(
ctalixited ta aoy war- Ott yocr reqoat ia.aoiT.
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