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partner of j. P. Morgan and multi
millionaire. R. W. Goelet, $5,000 Another
scion of a multi-millionaire land
holding family in New York city and
director in Illinois Central and Union
Pacific railroads, Guaranty and As
tor Trust companies.
Vincent Astor, $5,000 Fell heir to
Astor lands in New York city, richest
land estate in the world.
H. P. Davison, $5,000 Another
partner of J. P. Morgan and director
of Liberty National and Bankers'
Charles Steel, $5,000 Another
partner of J. P. Morgan.
F. L. Hine, $5,000 President First
National bank, director in many oth
ers and in National Biscuit, Ameri
can Can and U. S. Rubber.
W. N. Cromwell, $5,000 Lawyer
and director in twenty of the biggest
corporations in this country.
W. L. Harkness, $5,000 Standard
Oil director and millionaire.
T. N. Vail, $5,000 President of
American Telegraph & Telephone
Co., which virtually controls tele
phone situation of the entire country.
Willard Straight, $5,000 Partner
of J. P. Morgan.
F. G. Bourne, $5,000 Director in
Long Island railroad and one of the
main owners of Singer Sewing Ma
chine Co. and Aeolian company.
A. E. Carlton, $5,000 Director in
First National bank of Cripple Creek,
Colo., and director and owner of
many coal and mining enterprises in
that labor-troubled region.
S. P. Colt, $5,000 President U. S.
Rubber Co., biggest in the world, and
director in 40 other corporations.
E. R. Stettinius, $5,000 Partner
of J. P. Morgan.
W. J. Porter, $5,000 Partner of
J; P. Morgan and director in Mutual
Life and United States Life Insur
Stockholm. Crown Princess Mar
garet Victoria gave birth to son; her
fifth child, , i
PRESIDENT BOOSTS 8-HOUR DAY
IN NEW YORK
Aboard President's Train, Johnson
City, N. Y., Nov. 1. President Wil
son again registered his approval of
the 8-hour day in a short (talk to a
crowd of 12,000 workmen from the
Endicott & Johnson Shoe Co. plants
"I am not making speeches," he
said, "but I want to express my re
gret that I was not able to be here
last Saturday to celebrate what I
think was a very significant thing .
the action of the firm of Endicott,
Johnson & Co. in giving their em
ployes, eight hours, not only for the
reasons generally given, but also for
better reasons, because they regard
their men and all their employes as
members of the same business fam
ily with them.
"If that sort of feeling existed
everywhere there would be no ques
tion between capital .and labor. I
want to congratulate you upon living
under such auspices and tell you how
muchobliged to you I am for this
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HUGHES MAY FOLLOW WILSON
IN REST OF CAMPAIGN
Sullivan, Ind., Nov. 1 .If Republi
can Candidate Hughes follows his
campaign advisers' request a goodly
part of his campaigning from now
on until the finish on Nov. 7 will be
along the Wilsonian lines. In other
words, he is going to parallel the
president's scheme of "appearances"
to the public.
Hughes' friends realize the nom
inee's voice has just about gone the
limit of endurance and cannot be
pressed any farther than the present
progress calls for. In the face of this
knowledge they are confronted with
appeals from every settlement along
the railroads which the candidate
travels for stops of some sort.
Chief Healey gave "shoot to kill I"
order to police hunting bandits -