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I 1IMalp UM ER 3095 ASnINGTON V TUESDAY Y DECEMBER DECE BER 2 1902 PRICE QiSE CENT
WASHINGTON COALDEALERS COAL COALDEALERS COALDEALERS
DEALERS IN FEAR FEAROF FEAROF FEAROF
OF THE THIXAILROADS RAILROADS
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Reluctant to 0 Contract fat fotAnlhtacite fozfllhgQCile
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Anlhtacite llllrac t Unless Insured Lrsuredr Insuredof InsllredLi
of r Stability Slabilft of Prices After AfterCongested AllerCongested AfterCon9esled
Congested Conditions Are AreRelieved AreRcreved AreRelieved
Relieved RelievedCommittee RcrevedCCmmillE RelievedCofnmillee
Committee Appointed ppo nll1d by the IIIeDislricl theDistrict IlzeDislric
District Commissioners Comn ssioneIs to toInvestigate 10IngeSllgale tor
r Investigate Yards Y areis Falls to1illd to toFind to toJ
Find J ind Any An Discrimination DfscrimiilalionFacllilfes DiscriminationFacilities Iscrinl lalioll laliollJf
Facilities Jf CII11tes for Handling Prod Product Prodlid Prodtict ¬
lid of tip I id Mines Entizely EntizelyInadequate Enirul EnirulInadeqllale l lInade
Inadequate Inade ualeImpossible Impossible to toHaul 10Halll toHaul
Haul It Pwmptly From FromTracks FranzTrack FromTrack
Tracks TracksOnp TrackOnf Track TrackOne
One > of o the primary primaryScarcity censer et the the6carcity Ulefcarcily
Scarcity of o fuel ia I this city cityfred cIt1Ed as tltaee tltaeer
fred r red by the coal c l committee tt ttt yesterday to tot Mth
t th < reluctance of dealers tlNl tIs E to contract Car torIr Carjtvmlum forIrmlum
jtvmlum Ir mtum coal ca when they t tear the UwJg ftoaa ftoaaiag ssd ssdag
iag ag and other cempaales may at any anypoment IhQpomtut
> poment 7 anent consign large I shipment 4PSN ta here hereunder 1Ieretmrlt baretinder
under > r contracts wllh local dealer t to tosdl toi1
sdl i1 11 at 125 125Th 725 725Th 125Th
Th > > congested condition of alt raft raftads rail railroads ranr ¬
ads roads r ltil renders uncertain un ertala the Urn tare ship shlpbl shipBints 811 811DlPQIII
Bints bl tts may be received Ia asese earn In Instances InftaDcs inn ¬
n stances It requiring bevarnl aeiat WIHIkts weak for forcirs forlrS forth
cirs t arc to Waite 1te the Journey moat moatrtt the tMn tMBpauM th °
jn r ra raIlerauae
Bprause > orders for coal aeeaarilrtl uscassarlly uscassarllyiVil rl11 rl11I
tl iVil i I with the future futu and the t re reIT re ret r rcell o
cell t iI price or R Reading adIDK coal Is s sus than thanthv
IT 1 thv wholesale price of premium PNMI coat coatthe cealm tea team 1
m the Independent epwmtore s deal dealrr dealcra 1 1H
rr cra are reluctant to plner order fear fearmoney r r1rg fearleg ¬
leg they may not be able tAt set t their theirToney r rrnOfIfY
money out Of itTI H HTbpse IITIJfle
TI Tbpse ae conditions were Draught to toat the theattention OMIIt
attention IIt ntion of an agent of o Ute foal ol I ID eem eemjniMtp eeiNyesterday
jniMtp D I t f yesterday by 8 S S Milk > who whoha w wha 110
ha at his Hckington yards a larger sup suppi s p ppl
pl > than is I to be found roy In the tfcoor tll theof peeweaetlye lB lBor
or any dealer IN th t thy city eltyMr eft eftIr
cityr
Mr Ir Datan Deteh vaa YD at flrat Ik r rt t roluafaat rel t 1 to 0 0T
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PRESIDENT PR PRStDENTPLNING PRStDENTPLNINGALASKINHUNTING StDENTPL PLANNING PLANNINGALASKAN 1frf IT v J Vy VyPRESIDENT G GALASKAN
ALASKAN ALASKINHUNTING HUNTING TRIP TRIPSportsmans TRIPSportsmaQs TRIPSportsmans
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Sportsmans Spirit Fired by Mr News Experiences ExperiencesMoose ExperiencesMoos
4 Moose Bear and Sn Srall oJI Game Abundant
Ti i 1 ill stated en very geed authority authoritythai iUlth4idt7h aathoe4tythat
thai h d I President Hewwvelt 1 will la the thenear thenear
near future make mite a hunting trip tlip1aska te teAlaska toAlaska
Alaska 1aska The President Weat has ha long desired desiredto dredto desiredto
to enjoy tile hardships ha bardi 4ps sad IHI delights delta of eftin oftb ofthe
tin tb pursuit of gome in the far North Northwest NerUlrll Nortlenret ¬
west rll and nd has reveled 1841 hi the t e eI sportsmans sportsmansemlcipatloa apetteaieas6ni
I 6ni emlcipatloa I I kipatloa d flAUo of such a trip triptfr trtaiff tl1It tl1Itifp
iff was deeply interested yesterday yesterdayprTtor Jeet81d117Jr
Jr r t the hf reports lOad made by II fl S S New r rJrcfor preyr
prTtor yr + rlor of the hIDdIaDa Indlanaaelle t J Jnr Jesrcal Jesrcali
i nr IiT1 d Jesse Jt > Sat Fletcher tblr who reee recently tly return retwacd rete a ard
r cd < i from a hunt UDt on Koala Pr PrM P Plka Peniesus Peniesus1lrska
M 1lrska ska Mr r New ew atopped In Washing Washisgann wg wg1of
t ann n on his way to New York Yorktflday and yes yestrrday
trrcla tflday > called a al the White W1altMfr H HMr Dies DiesMr
Mr fr New ew said aid that he had a a11mf splendid splendidlime aplo ifd ifdtime
lime In fart he and Mr 1 Fletcher JIJ are arewell area
21 well satisfied with Itb the tb result + o of their theirbating theirl
bating l JaUog trip thai they will vfcatt Alaska AlaskaBfraln uaka AlaskaaRaln
Bfraln 8 I t next season seasonThey lteallODThfY seasonThey
They both brought brou hack exeeilont exeeilontCiimeng e exaellestE nt ntlmel1a
Ciimeng E a lmel1a of moose whJea Mr New Xewtout NewuupariD Newtuuparing
tout uupariD paring them with the sped spedtiatc spsdetteis Ia IaI ist
t < tiatc I ate t room at the Whit lVJaItea White Mo Moa IlouwaM IlouwaMale
ale a much the tll handsomer b Tbe one se seIOL It oat
t IOL 1 r < v Mr tr Fletcher Ftrb r measures aeventy orreatrta aeventyt tT tTt
t ta < inches in stretch lrft The head Mr Mrecured IIecured
4 = ecured be say aa aaIJ aaye hi about aa esE targe targeS
S those at the ht White WhiteThe WbiteT 1Pese 1PeseThe
The T e Journey a aLe Long One OatI
1 H 1 all Sir New lW said be and his WeVo friend frteadu
Vo able u to o > spend only 001 aftaea days la lai laf laI
i hh > hunt huutlq Ing ramp oa Keala Peninmla eealaselaThey PeninmlaTb PeaS PeaSJby
Tb They > y left ft todlanapoHs Aaasjat A S last lasttMs lutaIJ lastai
aIJ ai l were absent ent IleVf1UJMr days Of OfHis Ofttls
His time he Bald jd nftynln ftCtI ware takes takesin taM taMJ
u in J J in m xoia going to and returning ret from tb tbi tI tIInl thegrolliady
i mm Inl t ground Nothing Nrthtn out cf the theoiinary Uteolnary thetS
tS oiinary ilnary ocoamd oenrre te make the trip tripTHE a aTHE IITHE
THE WEATHER WEATHERo
o Ut < tor tke District of CMwsnU 0IIwI MM
I imiltaie IKale isle uaighl l sad tomorrow CIIIDonoWI tomorrowUf
t i Uf I + 1II mdet > mtar IIr csMerty ea levy and bosh to brisk brtoknrltkl briIt brisknn
nn nrltkl + rltk It I Is IwromctrU rumetrie modHiOM of Moo Mooit h hrerolvet
it + r rerolvet oivnl thnuve thrs ors vr lab one oart Kettnral Kettnraln
t ron n wbk w U Idl r nary < rng the eatIre eatu Ire cooMrj eouatqu Rraenlk be be beIi
11 Ii hr tw two wo nrf lrNat t moonuiD faasM + with withh rt rti r ah >
i i h vHithrm dl < ll gran trici ctll i iNf sad lulls li l aaow aaoworthetR II IInrlhw
Nf nrlhw orthetR thwest thwestnipentivm
1 11 L ti nipentivm ropeea utrst art froefml froefmli geraty lly above f the ses sesa
a 1 i Arvr rmg rap + ae T the t diiturtwa di < urW ore mnm wbik wbikund WMI wW M Mr t
r 11 und nod the lu I gr trat rot atn r poetics xMlta of l law districtthe district dlstftetsi 1IIcrietI
i ih the < 11 i > tkY ky mounulm they IJ ba hove e aUtea aUteaM t tI
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M tme tal ira and rnldet < oi qlwr lrr WfSamhiy W Net IOM7 ni tae theL East Eastniinjr aL
L Tatra Tatrann ta taII
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f C t t out sn liais4un < ilv 4 4nut M t tv TamT Tiinss s end d oa tk tkiukun the M MI At Atfnat
fnat nut fr rm 1 iukun c fas IS AsrIQSea AsrIQSeaarrs CTnr > Miia Miian
I arrs III tktartifR drm iJ14 iJ14n n foeay an a aavspeaa i eueeaa eueeaaa setts settsvaMsste p1itll
a < U n U Uh dtl verbs wma tslde sad partly partlyn peRl peRlt y
t J h WI1l trrtbe tOe Mali anIN anIp hhr hhrldOMlatA9GAM
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THE COAL SITUATION SITUATIONIN SiTUATION SiTUATIONIN
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IN w SHINGTON SHINGTONYearly SHINGTONT SHiNGTONYearly
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Yearly y CMUMMPMOM J ef an anthraeMe ut asthratdto
thraeMe t coal 001AltUinMdte 1161N1 1161N1Aathcaalto
AltUinMdte costanpttea L L l u Nr
1 to April 1 1AftnI 3MNAverse MMM MMMAreracc
Averse dally 117 when eoa eoaauMptfcw ewe eweu eeaic
auMptfcw ic apttoa of aatbraelte aauehrtXuI MM MMdally UNMaafesuses
XuI Maafesuses dally w winter r ru ssoaaaptiea eew eewmuaaUea
muaaUea ef t aaUuradte Uancth UancthVi 4jm 4jmVisible tti Q QVisible
Vi Visible aaaply su IF of coal at oLkl sit sitkiada al v vklada
klada kl klI yeateriar Sj Sjlacreneed 1111 1111lscreeed
lacreneed I dally 7 caaaaaiptliB caaaaaiptliBat
at Wtitwlaaas t coal ta abc libI alxran
ran MM MMlaereaaad 11NIneeessd
I laereaaad faciUtlea d far hand haadHag handlta I
lta Hag coal 1 Xaae Xaaepeak X Xp Nrt ee eei eespeak
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peak af the attaatloa UU He dstiythat finally 1 aaM aaMthat aNi
i that If the trath cairn be teowa keowatwoae thu thursMnat UKIfta
rsMnat KIVMI fta were raipsaalbK far forahortse the theahartage ueoa1l1t
ahartage ef seal eoa1l1t la the city He U Ulila add addbat ail ailthat
that lila he coaid Id secure care all wasted w If ta taaarad Iaof iserred
erred of the stability bUltF of prleea prleeaOa prteeeaHIp piles pilesEatbarse
aHIp EtJlU EtJlUOa Ex stz
Oa 0 the t ether hand 41 a number a of ofpr dealerproduced dealer dealeripreaaeed
ipreaaeed pr produced ee4 letters from troaceaI maters cad ahlp ahlppera ihlp ihlppdrs
pera at coal ibowlag that all aalpataatt aalpataatto 1IId 1IIdIII W Wto
to o thto aeetlea Met are imXianU act that thatIt otIt the theIt t
It I Ie oaly Iy with dHtcviqr coal seaneat sea be beeeat 1Htt 1HtTIle s
neat t here hereThe hereThe
The price quoted 41 at the aloes la litor aseet aseetef
ef these t letters lott la 9C7K 71 With the tiletrelPt thetrel 42 42treight 2
treight trel kt added It would Make ke the eeet testthe
the dealer J87 JI sm 5 or aa advance of 9t ever everthe oyerDOnUI or ea eathe
the normal price This also makespreshtm makes
premium pr coal cost local dealers dealersmore Jecw JecwIDOIe Jl
more than the price at which the Read Readlac ReadI R RIii
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Iii I product la aclltag eI II tar with the oast assthandltng
baadltac baDdI yet to be added The TIleCotap117 R ea
Company expected to be able ble to supply supplyeaoogh supp suppesoogh PPI7 PPI7oa ly
eaoogh oa for immediate ace but t up to toprnsst thepreaeat
preaeat l be baa tailed tailedThe faS faSTM
The entire u vtaiMe supply Iy of coal I ItltU
IS
this city yesterday was leas thaa SIM SIMtone 1 1to 1tons S
tone to while the normal eteatiespt eoacaaiptton eoacaaipttonwith eoIMI t1oa t1oawtUt
with the therometer t ter ataadlaa at atpreasat the thepreaeat tilepraeat C
preaeat elevation la 2OM OM teas a day la lasevere J JtJMr Isevere a
severe weather tJMr the consumptioa 8uamptlareached baa baareached leasreached
reached aa hi wp wphrt b h aa 4OM 4OMForty 4550Forty
Forty or Mty ears of coal are to be befound beoalMl bedosed
found ia a the yards at Beaatog De > ad aadTrtoWad adTrllddad
TrtoWad but tai la I the property ef ern the rileAaibeNti
AaibeNti n r
ui 0 c
dasFpreue aappr one e The TIt oaly usplasast usplasastSeatsre at atteatwe
feature wall the rain which tell WN we prae JMacUlI practically
tlcally UlI iac iacXo IeoasuL IeoasuLNo
No effort he acid was made I to tosmall assure assuresmall re resmall
small game which however Is plenti plentiful ptontlShot plentital ¬
ful
Shot Three Meet MeetWhile MeOM MeOMWIIU MeeseWhile
While en the panlnaula I Mr New 110 hadthe had hadthe JaadIe
the flood luck to shoot two twoMr tw JaOOM sad sadMr
Mr Fletcher PIeU one They TJeyaad bad opportuni opportunity opt OriaattT ¬
ty te have killed mere morn had they t ae de desired tIeatred desired ¬
sired Aa the head lie ho however w wever ever would net netmen IHK1Ie netbave
1Ie mad de good specimen I men the animal animalwere aat aatwere annealswere
I were eared saeredIn earedIn recL recL1D
J In the mountainous LalDOUS section Mett plenty plt ofwhite of ofwhite otwklte
white sheep were found and also game gamebird 3UIeW gamelards
bird W lards Standing Sti Mirg In one spot pot one day dayMr dayMr
Mr New He saw aa many as Set white wilitela ahee aheein sheep sheepIs
in a flock cad In a single sl e days daFo tramp ttaespbe tramph traaap1M
1M h says say J1I it would net t be overeattmatlag overeattmatlagRough onre orerestlmatIc orerestlmatIcto tlac tlacto
to say that 25tI wen wenRough sees seesRough
Rough Week ea Penlneula PenlneulaHunting PCJllneulaHU PealnsalaHaatiag
Hunting HU en the Rata Pvatoauia hid MrNew Mr MrMew lrHew
Mew aW sahl to no easy matter tter and a per person per110ft perass ¬
son who I Is net willing willi to rosin r It daj dajin daJI dalfa
in I and day out had better not under undertake 1Utdertake cedertake ¬
take the trip The continuous COIItI rainm rain rainmakea raiDh
m makea ik ikes h the ground wet and soggy IIOIawr oay Thu Thuhunter Tblhector
hunter awr to obliged wI to carry his 111 pack and andIt a aIt sadit
It take taka a stout heart and strong body bod to toa wlie tode
a lie it IL The country is I covered eo with athick a athick aUtlelt
1 thick growth srowt of willow mow sad heavy under underbrack IUMierUtroqa nadirbrash
brash through which wlt h the hunter lluat lluatk maw mawmake mutmnke
make k hie Jd way wayThe wayT1te wayTbe
The Kenla Pealnanla l Mr New NewIe oeM aaMi oeMIs
Ie a start aesplas pound for pot leant leantera at atof
era bltesaae i of the great quantity fIIIJI t and andvariety aadWUIet7 andvardny
variety ef email U game Fortunately Fortuaawl Fortunstelyadd he heaid
add aid Ooagrea has ha pass pissed sit a law limiting limitingthe Ultl Nailtltit c ctM a
the tit Urn fleas and the season ef the U year In Inwhich I Iwlllelt a
which the t pot hunter may hav have full fullwajr fallewa fellaway
away wajr Considering all the coseditleassad condlUene condlUeneand cOlultdeMere
and circumstances ere lteetJ Mr New aald M this thislaw Uti Utilaw thilaw s
law la I a very wise wl provision provisionTwa proYisTwo provtaloaTwo
Two Dangeroua Will Boastsre Boasts BenntaTe B BTo
Te a great extent Mr New aaM 141 that thatthe thafIeDDtera
the hunter he met going sots < to and return returning rtttr8III ¬
ing < from Kenta Penlneula were w english englishmen llaGilakThere ¬
men There are few f dangerous da wild sat animate alt1It satstile ¬
mate though a wounded wo bear r or orwill moose moosewill es ooss
will make a desperate te Buht BuhtThe IfIIttT1Ie MditThe
The deetruetlon of the game email emailaad anentsad 11 11Jar
sad large Mr r New said is not to toreseed be beeared btorr
eared at t the hand lesida of specimen perl hunter hunterbat lIuat8l8t hastenbet
bat t rather from the uU native Indians 1M Indiansai One Oneof ODeel
of the native tlvs 1 he said will willout 11I go goout XO0IIt
out en a hunt t and In a lade day da slaugh slaughter 1qJIer ¬
ter t more st or ore eer game of all kinds kl that he would weuMbe wouldt4t won iB
be able te ttake take te hi line home la a month monthThey mist mistThey th thTINT h
They kill simply pl for the pert of klll klllMr JeUiMr
Mr New win BO ta te t New Test tomer tomerte r rNW
NW tea to r + aaeta a week Mf bfere e rlrrala rlrralato g
to Me heave ta IndlanapeUa IndlanapeUaOCBAN I IOCBAI
OCBAN STEAMSHIP MOVEMENTS MOVEMENTSMffW i i1iW
MffW 11 1iW YORK YORK Dee 2 2Arrived Arrived Oscar OscarII Osca OscalI
II tram If roes Oarlatlaaaand Lean LII from Gen Genoa 0 0OIl ¬
oa La Champagne from Havre
I DISTRICT NEEDS NEEDSI I II
I I CLEARLY SHOWN SHOWNCommissioners SHOWNCommissioners
Commissioners Present An Annual Annual Annual ¬
nual Report to the Presi President Pr President si sident ¬
dent for Transmission to toCongress toOongreoo toCo
Co Congress CongressREVENUES OongreooI OongreooREVENUESINADE ess essl essREVDNtJES
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REVENUES REVENUESINADE INADEQUATE INADEQUATEMunicipal INADEQUATEMunloipal UATE UATEwdoipal
Municipal wdoipal Financae Fln oo8 Fundod Dobtand Dobt Dobtand Debt Debtand
and ProriaioDs fur Project Projector Proj60tor
or Public Improvements ar arRanawml are are1tlll8W8d areRoietwed
Ranawml 1tlll8W8dI 1tlll8W8dCOMftltSSIONERS RoietwedCOMMISSIONERS RanawmlCOMMISSIONERS
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COMMISSIONERS SHOW BYFIGURBS BY BYFIGURES BYPIGURES
FIGURES MUNICIPAL NEEDS NEEDSKxpendlture NEEDSBpeedltarea NEEDSEapadlturee
Kxpendlture for year yearexclusive yoreaxeimdve r ru
exclusive u ef o < water IrtNirhaeat 4 4parttneat e epartment
partment IauIILR IauIILRK 1it1lJtail JIlJIUl JIlJIUlRevenue
Revenue K of the water waterdepartment wa warblNlat waterdepartment
department rblNlat rblNlat1Ixtw 41tlltlDtG 41tlltlDtGdrat M JK JKBxpendlturea
drat Bxpendlturea 1Ixtw eetdltres saaai saaaiDahl 0166q14llalaaa BtJH BtJHBalance
Balance Dahl 4S4flil 4S4flilTotal 4141111Total 1 1Total
Total balance U credit creditef cr crr creditof
ef r fund a11121eli a11121eliFutaded 41 fit fitPaHed fiMflt fiMfltFunded
Funded debt of the Dto Dtotrlct DIi DIitrlet IJiitrlct
trlct of roceslaa1411135513 roceslaa1411135513Total nanmnla 4I WalUIlli WalUIlliTotat 144M 144MTotal
Total amouut IU ef laeati eeti eetimates eetSntMcI
mates mhmlUed li72 li72The 19JnfM 19JnfMTke 1tnsIiSAITJle 1ti255
1tnsIiSAII I
The District Cemmlaataaern ee today todaysubmitted tollatItted
submitted sulemltto Itted to the President t their sacralreport annual annualreport
report ef operation for the heal year yearended Mreaded
ended June J M last and the report wa watransmitted was walitrauMlUed wastraaesattted
transmitted to Congress with the Bx Bxecutlve IbeeUft gttesrtlre
ecutlve meissge Municipal lualelpalUHt itonacesthe itonaces fisaacesflee
the funded debt and special prorlafsafor previsions previsionsfor
for extraordinary projects of prFlc prFlcwork put Me MeThe JIework
work take up a large part or tM rep1rL rep1rLThe rspurLThe
The Cemmissioaers refer with regret regretto r re6 t tto
to the death of their late coUeagua coUeaguaJean coUeapeJoIaII coilagaeJeita
Jean W ROM of ofSoaor Senator McMillan McMillanchairman MeMfltadlalr
chairman dlalr of the Senate So DUtrlet Com Committee CeMalue Costesltte ¬
mittee cad ef Alexander Al a11 Shepherd ShepherdOwing lNtopJlenlOwta SbapheNOwing
Owing Owta to the embarrassment expert experienced experiencedduring experlaeeddallag acsd acsdduring
during the illness lI1 eu and after the recta r < Vathef tJs tJsor
ef o Mr Roes the Hoard asks uk Ceagrws Coagr + lea
to provide by law for a substitute to toact toact toset
act la 1 the case ea l of the disability dlWItt or death deathof ItlloC deathof <
of one of the civil eomfMlerTH Commissioner CommissionerThe CommlalnneraTbe
The report then takes ap p briefly brlel a areview armew areview
review of the currant work of the thelItw de departments depsr3a ¬
psr3a partments iste lItw MCluufag Melt dleg thai ef the thePDopartmoeU thenlilepartes0eL h heG
eG PDopartmoeU llartM f1t rlaaaattr ur puk pukm 1 1111the
m 1 the Tithe Times TIl8eL IStfvoral siver 3uoral Irtn Irtnrica jtrilinsoiiin jtrilinsoiiinwork kd kdWorks
Works work rica are discussed discuss dl sd sue MI suds as a the new newDistrict 1MN 1MNm rtew rtewDletriet
District m trlcl Building the municipal boat boII Ital Italthe ltalthe its itsthe
the Business High School cheol educe the 11 11tration 11tratlon lltratlon
tratlon and Mvagedlvposal al plants planUWith plantlUk plantsWith
With Uk reference to the municipal19aaaees municipal municipaltanance Jltualclpalt
t tanance lHIleft the Comralaaleners Comnrl say sayThe sayTJie fayThe
The total expenditure for the year yearexclusive Onrexelu yearexeinove
exclusive exelu he of those for the be water wat de department departaltal departatdat ¬
partment paid entirely eaUI out t of the rev revacmes reTelMl revocean
acmes ef that department were wereatLJMil t tS11I11b tl11JIiI >
atLJMil 11I11b l
T The proportion of those t expenditbr expenditbrpayable expeadittrs expeadittrspayable
payable from the revenues e derived from fromtax treattarty 1081 1081ta
tax ta ea private property sad a privftoge privftogeaad prtTfksr8lu prirktgeaand
and lu d from lro receipt from miscellaneous miscellaneousother miscellaneousaort
aort Hureea ces other than the Treasury Trr of r the theUnited theUnited
United States was n6 1U = 11ap05LS0 IU80 MS SO n excess excessof ex exot exeeMor
ot the revenue rea s TIle excess ef C such ex exjpfadtture e eIHtMlttur exptadltares
jpfadtture IHtMlttur ptadltares during artDli the lees year I im imwas 1 1wu 1511was
was Sn1827 2S 1115 135t These amounta t aSgre aSgrepUc aggrepttnglTiil24t ggr ggrgatlng
gatlng pttnglTiil24t il7taM24C liU34Z were advanced M MCo under underCenyres waderCoagree
Cenyres Co authority authortt by the United UnitedStates UnitedState
States Sta State Treasury up te t the close of theSacal the tbeseal taIKaI
IKaI seal year INC 1 te provide pre for expendl expendls expendltures
t tures s which the District ft1 revenue wer werlasusclest were weresicteat wereakle e
lasusclest sicteat t te t meetf meet meetIf MeetIt
If f the tetal appropriations aJ Pl loe for which whichtbe wltldtthe whie whiethe s
the District revenues r were liable us tthe to tothe t ttM o
1
the latter date had bee bees paid advances advancesContinued adYa1leellfColltltnlfd ad adtCostlnned
Continued oa 0 Fourth Pace PanefflSTIIIT PaceOFSENATETOBEBUSY p pDISTRICT
DISTRICT COMMITTEE COMMITTEEOf MIIIEE MIIIEEFSEATETO
Of OFSENATETOBEBUSY OFSENATETOBEBUSYiNo FSEATETO SENATE TO BE BUSY BUSYNo B8 B8No
No Meeting Planned fo foThis for forThis forThis r
This Week WeekThere WeekTIter WeekThere
There TIter will 111 be ae mvetiae IIC of the 8 8t is isate n nnte
ate t District Committee this Uti reek unless unlessthe
the present plea ta changed ch snted The tweemittee com committee ¬
mittee ltt4te day is I Friday JIrtda but the Sehh SehhIOMIU °
j IOMIU < Is la a measure e waIU waltiag tor toraetJ fo foaction r
action by tbs < he Mease 1I91J before bef It begins beginsactive lk lkllCUye DIt I
active workSenator work workSenator wk wkeaaier
Senator Qalllager is to take Senator SenatorMeMlllaa SeaatorcIII Seat o opkee r
MeMlllaa cIII plire am a chairman c1talr of the thecemniltf theeeilt t teosatltt M
cemniltf ° > e He is I aa a enthusiastic mesa member mesabon M MHr ¬
bon of the committee and has always alwaysbeea al1r1bee alwar alwarbeea i
beea bee a hard and efficient worker ortrer fer tb tbDistrict titDiatrlt C CDistrict
District He was the lI floor or leader for fortbe fortbt to r rthe
the union railway rllwa station bill at t the last lastsession la laIoa iiaerfon t
session Ioa and Dd made a floe ftgbt forageas for it itagain ItILpl t
again ILpl the lI opposition that develo IineJoIIoJd IineJoIIoJdIMtaatJl derelolwdlierat ed edSenator
lierat Senator r Oallinger is I a friend oC > f the theGreater tneOreater th thGreater
Greater Washington plan aad ass a friend friendof frlelklof fries friesof
of generous ge roroaa appropriations pprprlatlo but believe believewith IHiliev IHilievwlUt believewith
with otHer member of the Senate Ditrier Dis District DI DItrlct ¬
trict Committee that the t personal rMDal tx tsxlaw txlaw ta takw x
law and th + stricter assessment meDt of real realestate rnlate r sal
estate ate should be made to yield larger largerrevenues laraerroues largerevenues r
revenues revenuesThe rouesTIHt
The committee + Itt BOW DO has on Its It calendar calendarsixty eal1arItJel talent talentsixty ail
sixty ItJel 8 sa Searle AUe ltP bill bills one Senate resolution resolutionthree rellOluUol1three n
three Joint resolutions re and four house housebills houliebilla hone
bills bill There are seven Senate District DistrictMils DItrietbilla Dlsert 7
Mils in the Senate and one Senate Skmru bill billia butI hi his 1
ia I s the House Hou Thirteen Senate U1U bill are areIB at e
IB conference and one House billDECAPITATED bill billDECAPITATED billDECAPITATED
DECAPITATED BY TROLLEY WIRE WIRENBWAJIK WIRENBwaK WIR WIRNIiEYtARIt E
NBWAJIK N J Dec JJ J J TV 1 Dob Dobbtaa DobbS
bias bS a brakemaN ItII was decapitated decapitateda by bya bya
a trailer wire while stMalng g on top topa of ofa ofa
a moriag g freight ear at the Market MarketStreet larketItrMt Marks Marksdirest la
Street arsaatag t of tft ttas Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaKallread PyIYlullahllr PeasaylvanRailroad is
Railroad hllr fld tiris KOrnMsV er V lie WM wa thirty thirtyyears tJalrtyNrs thin thinyears
years Nrs ell W and his holla leeerne was at Ihl Phila Philadelphia I ltUadolo IsY ¬
delphia dolo ia
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS ROOSEV ROOSEVELTSANNUAL ROOSEVELTSANNUALMESSAGE BL TS ANNUAL ANNUALMESSAGE ANNUALMESSAGE
MESSAGE TO THE CONGRESS
I
I EPIGRAMS FROMTHE MESSA MESSAGE MESSAGECorporations MESSAGECerIolations E Erponelionss
Corporations sad oepecinlly combinations of corporations shonkl 1la < la NHumered manse ed WNJot a la > ser s erd public re regpMtaotl regpMtaotlWe ktion ktionWise tioII tioIIr
Wise r e mttltion evolution is the slur safeguard saf hard neniiist jllst revolution revultlLionIM rerululionThe revolutionTte
The question of regulation of the tnwts tm stands apart from fro tic titp t t98 < MOetio eR of t taiI lard JlC rewetm rewetmThe r reeieio reeieioPhe si siThe
The tariff tad If oil anthracite coal should be removed removedIt rcntoc1It ren oved ovedIt
It WOUld be both unwise un c and ancl111lMeellMlj imnweswtry at this time to attefHpt to t reconstruct r tnlL our OtCrJhtue Anweial RI RIOIKRu s sue tam tamOrftauNMMl
OrftauNMMl OIKRu Mtl capital and organized or ni d labor alike like should remember rea tber that in the long run the iM istexti H rcat of lmUlt Mck Mckmust eadtmust
must be brought bt into harmony hnnOft with iUt the interest of the general elleI1l1 public pblicI publicIlibn
I Cuba lies lit at our doors and wlule whatever + er affects aJfe < ts her for good or for t r il ill aafcets m melt afcoAVherever oW meltWherever
Wherever W IIIY t possible p possible Mib1e arbitration or some similar sia ilar method should bo employed in lie of war to RUle f fenltiet < aif8etiltiel Kf Kffienlties
fienlties between betwe lt civilized < l nations itatiowNo ltaHOItSNo nationsNo
No independent nation in America need have h the slightest sr htost fear of agro ggraftaioM tlllion from the t ltr United States StatesISvety Stela StelaBvery StatuI
Bvery V ry effort tract be made Made ade to develop every workmanlike am and soldierly dit1 tltiality Ji < p Hlity ty 4 in it bath tko officer ma and Ao Aocuiisttd tItoeuljMtd theeuliltti
I cuiisttd Mwa clanIn Mwala MNIIIbAttle
la battle the only shots that U count are the shots that hit hitThe hitj1le hitlie
The lie Moiiroo Doctrine can be backed up only 001 by b a thoroughly good l wiry wiryNeither JIO1IXaither aneyeither
Neither either ships nor moii can be improvised when WI W1 war has begun begunThere bc n nTltero
There feums not the slightest chance of trouble with a foreign foro foroignpowe foroignpoweRural f1 power powerRural POWlWnutll owe <
Rural free delivery service is no longer in the experimental stage it itltas has bloerlre be b < H5 sc rTtte t fciwl xut xutThe jwBqy
The remaining remaino public lands should be held rigidly l dt dly for the home builder builderTke buildarTko builderTke
Tke apt Jh t and most important stop toward the tb absorption of the Indian India is to teach tooohili him t earn his living 1i 1iI
I again 2t in reooiamood e the plane of the Smithsonian Institution for making ihoMas oMu ease < iHHi wider ite ilscm iI6deaige itecharge
charge cm Iv worthy wn1h of the nation nationl1tt nationrhe j jThe
The city cit Washington Va hington should sho ld bo a model in every respect for all the cities of the wmntry
Nothing should be printed by any of the departments unless it contains sowothiag eg of permanent pen aHellt valueThe value valueThe nhteThe
The merit system should be extended extc dtd by law to t the District of Columbia ColumbiaThe ColuMbiaThe ColumbiaThe
The While House is the property of the nation and sat so far as is oompatibte with 1 riving hrii i g therein t oroia it itshould itshould itslwuM
should be kepi kc as it originally was
URGESLIMITED URGES LIMITED STATEHOOD S T iTE IOOla FOR FORTHE FORTHE FORTHE
THE DISTRICT OF O COLUMBIA COLUMBIASenator OL UMB A ASenator
i
Senator Gallirger Galli rger of New Hampshire to o Introduce Joint Resolution Favoring voring Repzesen Repzesentation RepresenIalion Repzesen4afron
tation in Congress as Wellas Well as in tlie Electoral College CollegeDirect CollegeDirectVole ColIeeDirect ColIeeDirectVole Direct DirectVote
Vole of I Ille fie e People
Senator Oalttngar acting cbairrann ofthe of ofthe
the Senate District Committee will x911make willmake Yo1IIJD
make JD e a light for limited lh Statehood for forthe rotthe forthe I
the District m Is thto saaeldn He intend intendto iatenclsto intendsto
to make it his chief work In the SenateDlp4let Senate SenateDtatfJfit QtHlateW
DtatfJfit W Qotrajlitiair CuM sad and Is l most t Jq Jqeltect koitoae hpggfajL hpggfajLft
ft t = g9flra 1fFl1d y ng h ha itoae 1d
a rjolat joint ree reselalbM bi1eii cf F rryitrg ths e = plan Otto Ottoefect nto ntoeffect
effect It not of its adtual a t passage xt it tbls tblsseseien tlUsH tlUsSttnator tblssaoioL
seseien saoioLSenator seseienSenator H
Senator Galltaiger will probably Intro Introduce lutrodlle introduce ¬
duce bl his joint reaelutiefi r ohU this tl1l afternoon afternoonafter afternoon aCternoonafter afternoonafter
after the tit completion af a the reading readln of ofthe ftt ofthe
the Presidents message maeengeWith MeMft < e eVltlt
With a preamble reettfag that an anamendment aa8MItd
amendment 8MItd at to the Oonatttutlon tI of the theUalted UteUBI
Visited UBI Slates U nd5db n4i D fHatY sary aty the reset reeoluIntroduces resetSENATOR reslnSENATOR
SENATOR GULLOM GULLOMSTRIKES OM OML OMIntroduces
I STRIKES L L AT MONOPOLY MONOPOLYIntroduces
Introduces a Strong Anti AntiTrust AntiTrust AntiTrust
Trust Measure MeasureADDS M asura asuraADDS
I
ADDS TO THE SHERMAN LAW LAWOne LAWOBe
One Section Presented Pr ented for Considera Consideration ConsideratiOD Consideration ¬
tion frovides Provides for Procurement of ofEvidence ofEvidence ofEvidence
Evidence Against Violators ViolatorsWhat Violatorsltat ViolatersWhat
What ltat baa been heralded as the Ad Administrations 1d 1dmhsistrMloes d dMhtbtrau ¬
ministrations Mhtbtrau antitrust bill WY wa Intro Introduced IAtreChIeM lntr lntrdaeed e ¬
duced la I ties t Sonata today tlMla by I y Seaater SeaaterCallem SftaerCttl SeealeCslaes r
Callem Cttl Because Oeea the Illinois Illinoisway Senator Senatorwaa Soetttorwu a
way fat some time chairman ef the Sea Seaate SPaCo SeaMa
ate Committee Co OH 0 Interstate Commerceand Commerce Cessmereeacd I
and therefore L familiar with the t opera opernUea opmt1 opmt1u
Use ef r the 0 laws on the subject 1tU t it Itneed was wasannounced wasseveral
announced need several T8ral weeks we age that Presi President PresldeIIt Prsidept ¬
dent Resevelt had entrusted te him hi bleuprepantlea the thepravaratlsn tHpr8tHlratleR
pravaratlsn of tilt Mil which was s to em embody emIt etcbody ¬
i body his It views viewsThere Tlew1her views4her
I There has ba therefore tlter afere re been 8 much curios curiosity car carIt ¬
ity It ta see the result ef Mr Cttltoma IIONa la labors I IL ¬
Len L rs H He proposes to add < M aia also IDe new sec sections 13 seehens < 1 1tlo ¬
tlo hens to the SHarraaH law lawAgainst aWeAgainst
Against Monopoly MonopolySection MonopolySectiON
Section nine the final of the proposed propo propoenew oo oow j jnew
new w sections seello provides that no arttcl arttclet article articleef artleleet e
et commerce mftleree prefcieed manufactured aiaariaeturedewaed manufacturedowtMKi mafacturedowlttMl
owtMKi or dealt In by b any person cor corporation corporation curporctton ¬
poration association Joist stock com company comJMn ¬
play JMn or partnership jMlrt e lp organized or carry carrying carr carrIng ¬
ing OR business butttn tllll for the purpose ef COR CORtrelllag CORtroUl tentrelilag
trelllag troUl g ormonepollzlng or monopolizing the manufac manufacture manufaclure aufac aufacture ¬
ture production or sale of any article articleof Krtldor artielof
of commerce or for appreciably affect affecting alfeettag affectlag ¬
tag the cost of such uck article of o commerce commercete conme ice
to the consumer consumerof or < for the th prevention preyexUeor n
of competition ta the manufacture pro production ¬
1 duction or sale thereof shall be trans transported traa traaported ¬
ported or carried without the State er erTerritory erTerritory e eTerritory r
Territory IH which produced proda ed or manu manufactured JBUaCetured ¬
factured facturedIt
It further provides that every person personcorporation peuoncorporation
corporation etc carrying on buslnee buslneefor butttnefer bttetn bttetnfor ere
for the purpose aforesaid may be per perpetually perpetual perpetually ¬
petually petual enjoined and restrained re tralaed from fromj free
I j doing or carrying oa any Interstate IBter interstateforeign tate or orforeign ortcrelgn
foreign commerce whatever whateverSection hatver5oetlon
Section 14 punishes any all commoM car carrier carrier ¬
rier or transportation trao lWrtatioR company know knowingly kftfJ kftfJhK17 ¬
ingly traRSBortiag any property da dascribed tlelerllted 4
scribed la section lecU a botwoea the States StatesI Sta
I I er Territories by a fine fle of net mere than this thisX1000 a
lfoeo 181 1060
tlon Is s as follows followsThe fol1ow fol1owThe followsTbe
The District ef Columbia shall be beconsidered beeeuldered beconsidered
considered a State IB so el far aa shall snailentitle shallentitle sltaUeatitle
entitle it t to representation in the Con Congress caren Oeaagresa ¬
gress ren of the Ualted URIt d States and in InJII thob this
JII pleltopaL Qo Qoli bJ Naf1UUrJet saf8 Di let
dG CObiftmWa 17tifh tta i n t i8 sad lHlaewra elaeikraka art artI > y
I b dbosen nl 958D by direct vote Y of the people peopleThe peeplene peopleThe
The resolution will give to the Die Dietrlct Dl Dltrlct Dlstrlct
trlct representation in both branches of ofCongress atCongr8St1
Congress to be elected by b the people peopleIt
It will also give the suffrage la I Presi Presidential PreatdeaUal Preddeatlal ¬
dential elections it Itm will net create a segislature
legislature Jegt l lature for the District and will net netchange BetellARge
change c the form for
of government In any anyway aRT1Ya anymay
way 1Ya leaving that te Congress CORp aDd the
D District istrict
Cemalmioners as a at present presentGENERAL pr presentIIEOEMDATIO8 Dt DtREGOMMENOATIONS
REGOMMENOATIONS OF OFTHE OFKFOHEY
THE ATTORNEY GENERAL GENERALAsks GENERALAsls
Asks sks for Building Building De Department for De Department Department ¬
partment of JusticeHIGHER Justice JusticeHIGHER JusticeHIGHER
HIGHER WAGES FOR CLERKS CLERKSMr
Mr Knoxs Report te Congress s Indi Indicates bdicates Indicates ¬
cates That 3150 Convicts OccupyUnited Occupy OccupyUnited OccupyUnited
United States PenitentiariesAeaeral Penitentiaries PenitentiarieslUMpisr
lUMpisr General ICnex Kim t snbmitted In IntehT to
917Ioilay tehT r his annual uaI report reportdtonosed rltlHtrLIt
It alhsrva INK t year r his tItMeltt tItMelttIe
disposed Ie ef ITS Th oases In I the sprHM SaprealsCourt Supr SuprCourt sprHMCeart
Court and that t these are 944 ease easepending cease BOW BOWPi sowpoadlteg
pending Pi 4tag there A brief explanation ptlOIt Is Isgiven I IgheD lyglees
given of the t oueatlou Involved DTeh aad the thocourts tlaeC thecarets
courts C decisions decll In the mere I IMr Important IrtatcaHIJ Importantse
cease ceasefir se
Mr 1 Knox calls rall attenttea to the tll fact factthat factt factthat
that t at hIM department t Is occupying rented rentedquarters rtedfIUIIrten rentedquarters
quarters and Dd asked that Coagres COB eN pro provide proYtde proThis ¬
vide fur the crectlea of a soHabkj de department departmeRt dopertinent ¬
pertinent building buildingOa kiWI kiWIO brtldtagOa
Oa O July Jul loot he
J says ya there were were2P9S wereUnited
2P9S United States convicts ia various variousprisons nrkHtsIMi801H rariosrrlona
prisons and reformatories la the country
0 Oa July 9t Wot there were 316s prison prisoners pMMlIera prisonera ¬
era
Mr lies 1 Kaex Bex strongly recommends that thatan tllatan aaa t
an increase ha made ia the salaries paidthe paid paidthe hI hIUI8
the Judicial usetlclal officers of o the Government GovernmentHe GOTenatHe
He says 8 that they new receive salaries salariessmaller salariessmaller larhs larhsmaller
smaller than are paM m n the wore worepopulous morepopulous norepopuloull
populous States Ita tee and nd salaries larlfS mean by byCompHriiKiB JTCOIRp y ytompaMsoa y
CompHriiKiB COIRp rftIGR with It It those paid in England EnglandA
A score or of statements > showing > owlng the thework tlilcwork ti ac acwork o
work In tile various departments of the theDepartment tilenrtJlU Ili IliDepartment e
Department nrtJlU t of Justice Ja tlce were transmitted
to Congress with hk the Attorney Generals GeneralsI I
I report reportPOLICE reportPOLICE reportPOLICE
POLICE COMMISSIONER COMMISSIONERPARTRIDGE COMMISSIONERPARTRIDGE
PARTRIDGE VERY ILL ILLX1SW ILL1CW ILLitw
X1SW 1CW YORK OIU D Dec c 2 Police Curtain Curtainsleser ComwijBioRer C08I8IItOiler
tOiler John M NPartridge Partridge Is i ill at hto htohoBMt hi hibOBMr b is
hoagie Sit Carroll Street Brooklyn H His Htt HttIfI He e
> is e suffering from bronchitis and pared pleurisy Jd paredq ri ¬
sy 1 which lib friends fear tray develop levul < p e p
into paeuntoaia paeuntoaiaA PBeuBt Bla BlaA
A physician was with Colonel CoJ lHtI Partridge Part Partridge I rt rtrlqe ¬
ridge a greater part of the night At Attin AtthO A Aalt
tin alt uammiasioners home today toda servants servantssaid s servantsaid
said hi that he was too 111 to be seen areaColonel seenColonel aHaCelooel
Colonel Partridge PartrJd contracted d a cold coldIlraday OH
Sunday 8ttR4 He thought that a day da ia bed bedwould bedw9tdd
would bring brio him around all right bu but t
during durIn the night he became worse
Senator GaHlnger Ga lnger ia behind the mean msaeure lill lillure
ure personally He is a thoroughUvore thorough be bellvere be beIIvere
llvere in a this term of limited Statehood Statehoodfor S4delaoetfor Siaieh Siaiehtor oed
for the District and has framed the thsmeasure theDteatMlre t ttaeamtre lea
measure after mu mush h thought Us Haltrvekt17at 11 11tJUtrftwm be beHevarttratritvni
Hevarttratritvni ltrvekt17at tJUtrftwm If AvAI meettbo meet meetb tb > wiaties 1 elebesa ba of ofa
a a JsK Migfi lkt 1sitl ai iltlf Silne t1ig be Drstr Drslrict Pc PcU peeped peepedet M MH
H ihe U t4 same time be received l iaV8ra iaV8raIe lavarabljj lavarabljjIE tavrala
IE both branches of Congros OongrolHlA CongrosA
A public mass meeting is to be ar arranged arraaged aranged ¬
ranged r la I the near future at which the theplan t tplaa tinpica
plan may be discussed thoroughly thoroughlyThe UtoroughlThe thoroughlyThe
The measure will be referred te the theSenate tileSeRRte tbsSoaate he
Senate District Df trlet Committee and there is issaW Jshi 1 1sk s
a saW sk hi to t be little tercet doubt of its favorable favorablereport faYora Iarorabtrepent le lerepert e
report Later It t will go te t the drdfcia drdfciaCemesittee Judiciary JudiciaryCommittee JudldaryCeittee rY
Committee CommitteeDAY CeitteeEVENTS CemesitteeEYEWTS
EVENTS OF SECOND SEGONODAY
DAY IN UPPER HOUSE HOUSEThe HOUSEThe IIOUSEThe
The Presidents Message MessageSENATOR Messa Messaa MessaaHeard b e eHeard
Heard WithJIIi1 With e t Brest eFestSENATOR BrestSENATOR
SENATOR ALGER TAKES SEAT SEATAntiTrust SEATAntiTrust SEA SEAAndTrust T
AntiTrust and District of Columbia ColumbiaStatehood ColumbiaStatohood ColumbiStatehood a
Statehood Bills Among Im Important Important Important ¬
portant Events EventsThe EventsntedtieC EventsThe
The ntedtieC chief events af the isean aeeoad < days daysi day dayrata I IUte
rata i ef the Senate were the reading readingof resit resitat cog
of the President Iresl meaeos II sesaee iIIIIIItpe the thetUen preeea preeeaUtioa MfteIIUoR p
Utioa UoR ef the lb credentials of the new newatw Sen Senator SafrOM ¬
ator from Michigan Ielsa Russell A Alger Algerthe A Algertae Jger Jgerthe
the introduction ef a joint resolutionsenator resolution reaotu o by bySenator 11Stor r
Senator GaUtager providing for limited limitedStatehood limitsStatehood
Statehood Satekeod for the District of Columbia Columbiaand CoIblaDd Culcalaand a
and Dd the introduction by It Senator tor Cullom Cullomof Cal Calor Culls Cullsof
of aan a antitrust bill MUThe billThe billTlte
The two aratmeatiened matters were werelisten w wlistened ere
listen listened to with 1tb perfunctory laterest laterests It Itte ItIs I
te s said however that t al the twointroducedthe two measures measuresintroduced
I
introduced latrcMlueedlbe the antitrust a Utrwt bill and the UeDtstrlet t U UDistrict j jDistrict
District statehood bill billarid und the ke kenote key keynote k l lJHKe ¬
note of the chief work rk of the Senate this thisseseloB t te8 u
seseloB e8 er at least IB so far as per pertains 116raiRs pa patalon r ¬
aiRs to District and national affairs asalrsCredentials affairsCredentials galrsCredentials
Credentials Presented PresentedThe PresentedThe PresentedThe
The new Senator from fro Michigan lcWga was wasswora wasSWOrD x xsworn a e
SWOrD In immediately ianaedlatel after att r the reeding reedingoi roclagtlIe read s K
oi the minutes Senator Burrows his hiscolleague billcolleague b 1 s scolleague
colleague submitted > ta the Senate the thecredentials tJt tJtcredntlal ti a
credentials of General Alger Issued IAU by bythe b bthe
the Michigan executive aDd then lak lakluf aal aalInd ak akIRE
IRE Mr Algers arm walked ked with him hiestiee to totn
tlMl tn desk of o the President pro tern t Sen Senator Se Sestir a aatu ¬
stir Frye Jlre IB an almost Inaudible IJI voice voiceGeneral voiceGcaeral vol volGeneral cc
General Algcr took the oath w wmakes which whichmakes kk kkhsue il
makes him iii a member of the t npperof upper aPi er bouse bouseof
of CorgraaSeoatera Congress CongressSenators Co
CoS
Senators S ator Plstt of Connecticut ConnecticutJones ad ndJOBOS adJOUeli
Jones of Arkansas Tkho TV he were ap aplAted aplAtedt aprol > elated elatedto tlted
to wait upon the Pr Proudest made their theirreport
report and Secretary Sftretar Barnes Bar of the theWhite UteWklte t tWhile 8
White House staff followed wlS wit the thebulky thehuJk t be e
bulky annual al message It was Yo read Im Immediately ImJlledl Ii Iiately ¬
mediately Jlledl 15041used ately eb Printed copies were ere distrib distributed dlaribtlted dial rib riblws ¬
used to the Senators uton and the reading readingwas readlqwas read readwas lws
was closely eloeet followed by b JtepalcaaPew RepnDl RepnDlPew Republicans RepublicansFew esas
Pew Democrats D moerat were present One of oftho DCUto
the listeners was Gaazates GR De D Die Queaada QueaadaJ Quisal I
J ie e Cuban minister The reading rea reamingQuisal i occu occupied oeapled ¬
pled nearly two bears bearsThe ktMtraTbe beersThe
The Senate adjourned at 2 oclock
Document Read in thj thjSenate th thSenate thSenate
Senate and House of ofRepresentatives ofRepresentatives ofRepresentatives
Representatives This ThisAfternoon ThisAfternoon ThisAfternoon
Afternoon AfternoonRecommends AfternoonRecommends AfternoonRecommends
Recommends That the theProtective theProtective theProtective
Protective Tariff on An Anthracite Anthracite Anthracite ¬
thracite Coal be a at atOnce atOnce t tOnce
Once Removed RemovedRegulation RemovedRegulation
Regulation of the Trusts Trustsa
a Question Entirely EntirelyApart EntirelyApart EntirelyApart
Apart From Tariff Re Revision ReVISIon Revision ¬
visionTo vision visionTo VISIon
t tTo
To the Satiate 8 nate and House of Rep Representatives Representatiues Repreeentatiues ¬
resentatives resentativesWe reeentatiuesWI
We 1 still continue coat hi a period of unbusade un uneaiuled 111r
busade eaiuled preeperKr r T T Ittlir5per1ty Veperlty if ifset isaet s sset
set the creature of law hut undoubted undoubtedly ¬
ly I the laws under which we work have havebeen haveHe havebees
been He instrumental inetraneatal in creating the con conditions eonaue condklesse ¬
ditions which made It possible po aDd b bunwtoe bwt by byaswle
aswle unwtoe wt lestoiatioa Je It would be easyeso easy easyenough easyeaeuP
eso enough sgh to destroy It There will undosbtedty un undoubtedly uuF ¬
doubtedly F be periods of depression proD The Thewave Thewaft Theware
wave will recede hut the tide will ad advance adTa808 advanes ¬
vance This Th nation tIl la seated on a con continent eontlHDt continent ¬
tinent Banked 1tecI by two great oceans It Itfe JtoJII ItIs
fe composed ed of mea the descendants of ofpieaeera orplHeena ofpieaeers
pieaeera or in a aenee pioneers them themlvec tbemHI
HI selves lvec of IBM wfanowed wiaaowed out fromamong from fromamong fromaBlOAg
among the nations ef the Old World by bythe b bOle bythe
the energy SY boldness ho and love of adven advenSu advenUlre adventare ¬
tare t faesd Ja their own eager hearts heartsS4Ieh heartsSeep
Seep Su b a nation so placed will surely surelywrest surelywr88t surelywrest
wrest success from fortune fortuneAi torteAs fortuneeAs
Ai Aipart As a PMI people we have 1e played a large largepart largepert
part la the world 141 and we are bent bentUJWB bentupon
upon 8 making our future even larger thanhe than thanthe tbantile
the t he peat In 1 particular the events eats o of ofthe ortH
the last four 9W years ean have definitely de decided dtcW811 ¬
tided that tor wee or for weal our ourptace ourpIee
pleas must be red among the nations nationsWe natIonsWe
We max tal x t tiier r fair gtajjr gr if apceed eceed eceeder eed eedill
rotiilp gut ill 1te en onfatbtre enfarur
farurwgr farur fatbtreor
er wgr grea aamaaT maat rainai crust < BreD B en H Hwe UWo iIwe
we would wouketr8 we caaaet et play iusmall a mall al1 part partIf partIf partIt
If we should try all that would follow followwould followwould followwould
would be that we w should s play playa a large largepart largepart urge w wpart
part ignobly and abasicfsUy abasicfsUyBut aha a = lay lIyBut
But oar people the sons acs lS of the men menof menor menof
of the civil eirt war the sons of the men menwho mtuwho
who had iron ia their blood bloed rejoice in intke Int
the t e present and andface face tb u future high of
heart and resolute of o will Ours is not notthe Dotthe notthe
the creed of the weakling and the rew cetsacd reward tCwani ¬
ard ours is I the he gospel of hope and of oftriumphant ortriumphant ofriumphant
triumphant t endeavor We do not shrink sbrtnkfrom
from the struggle before us There aremany are aremany aremany
many problems for us to face ue at the out outset outt outaet
set t of the twentieth centurygraceroblems ceatury eeuturygratf eeuturygratfproltleIDS grave graveproblems
problems p abroad and still graver at athome atlaome athoses
home but w we know that we can solvethem solve solvethem SOIHtHIn >
them and solve theui veil 1I provided pro only onlytltt
that we bring bc1 to the solution the quali qualitlec qualiu qua i iflea
flea of head and heart which were shown shownby shownby shownby
by the men wL who to Mliovia7oet Jfea dayeof yc e Wash Washington WatdIag WaebMegt ¬
ington Iag Megt ea fmndsd aw a4 Bs Bsteaaedaya = = t at and andlsliba
teaaedaya dales at Lincoln preHn preserved pr prWELL It ItI itWELL
WELL BEING OF THE THENATION j jNATION INATION
I NATION AND ITS CAUSES CAUSESNo CAUSESNo j jNo
No country has b ever occD occupied a higherplane higher higherplane > r rpIuIe
plane ef material material 1ertal weli wellbeing botng than ours oursat OU OUat
at the present moment This T wellbeing wellbeingto wellbeln wellbelnte
to due to no DOden sudden or accidental causes causeshut cuses1MIt causeslest
hut to the play pia of o the economic forcesfa forces forcesIB forctsia
IB thto this country for over a a century eea lry to toour 1 Ivear 1 1awe
our awe our sustained taiaed and coatinuoi eontinuoiapolicies coatinuoipetteiea tiUOI tiUOIaboYe
policies above all to the high taditild iadivi iadiviual
ual I average of our citizenship Great Greatfortunes Grf > a aforta
fortunes forta have been won by t hose who whohave wholteve wl + o
have taken talE the lead in this phenomenal phenomenalindustrial pbBOmfnallMhIatrtal phenomenalIndustrial
industrial development 1elopaaet and most IItOtIttlKse o othese othese
these fortune fort have Ie ben a won not by bydoing b bdoing btIoi >
doing tIoi evil bat aa as incident to action actionwilieb
which has 11 bsnejHed the community OrcmuDh OrcmuDhwbo a awhole se sewhole
whole wbo Never e before baa material well wellbeing wellbeing f11 f11betRf
being been so widely amused < among our ourpeople OlrHIOpIe
people Great fortunes have been b accu accumulated aCClJJD1IIa accuesnisloi ¬
mulated JD1IIa d ana yet in the tit aggregate Jhes Jhesfortunes tbfHfon thew thewfortunes
fortunes fon are small I indeed when w com compared comOII cornpared ¬
pared OII to the wealth f f the people as s a awhole Iwhole
whole The plain people PeDP are ar better oat otfthan ortlaaa oatthan
than they have e slier er been before The Theinsurant t tlaaaraaee
insurance comaaide toylpardel eiI which are pearl prsiU prsiUeally pr1 i ieally i
eally mutual at1 benetft societies 8Olieli8P tioctetielsenperiatlJ tioctetielsenperiatlJhelpful eaperisMy eaperisMyhelpful petiatlyhelpfal
helpful to men of moderate means maDSrep maDSreprMeat meansrepreent rep reprewnt
rewnt aec accuatshitfas ccumns Men of capital a ptt al wh whare < h hare
are among the largest 1 in this countr countrThere countrT
There T are mere deposits cIepo l8 in the savings savingsbanks savinghaaka savingsii
banks more owners ow n of farms more wHi wHipaid Ii Iipaid
paid wage watrwortr wageworkers workers la I this country now nowthan DOVUlaa nowthaa
than ever before befCII ia I our history Of Ofcourse Ofeourse Ofcourse
course when tbe conditions coadltio have favor savored favored vor vored ¬
ed tke growth of M much thai was good goodthey 1100 1 1tlMy
they have also favored sorcewbar the thegrowth thewt
growth wt of what bat was evil vil It i s eminently eminentlyaeceaaary Inently InentlyJMIleIIIIalJ
aeceaaary that we should endeavor to tocut tocut
cut out this t la evil but let u us keep pep a due dueaenee IIl1ec
cease ef proportion let us not in ax axing fixhie ¬
ing our sane upon the les l lesser er r evil forget forgetthe forgl targetthe > 1 1the
the greater good The evils are real and andseme Indor
seme tso of them are menacing but tbty tbtyare tbtyare theyare
are the ouuvuwth not of misery ur ordecadence urdecadelUe
decadence but of prosperity prosPt prosperityof > rityof of the thepregreas I be bePro
pregreas Pro of our slgitv ga industrial de development ¬
velopment 1 loPCllt This industrial fivetopmrct fivetopmrctmust rteyrlopmtntmaat
must not be checked l but side by sidewith side sidewith sideu
with u It should go such progressive pro5re slTf regu regulation rguJaUea regulases ¬
lation aa will 111 diminish dmi lb the th evils We Weshould W WhoIaM V
should fall in I our duty if t we did not nottry nottry
try to remedy tbe evil culls but we shall shallsucceed hall hallII1Keeed
succeed only sly if w > > proceed patientlywith patiently patientlywith
with practical common sense as well KB aareeohItloa s sraohtion
resolution separating tbe good sod from the Ih Ihbad
bad and holding on to the farmer whileendeavoring while whileendeavoring whileeadvorlDC
endeavoring tn set rid ef o f the latter latterTHE lattrITIn
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THE PUBLICS RIGHT TO TORJHJULAT T TGUL
ITIn
RJHJULAT GUL T STS STSpreeeftt
In preaeat Congress CongressIon CongreaaMalon
Benton Ion I discussed at length lengthquestion hn lengthquestion UI UI1cUou
question 1cUou of the regulation of ihosa

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