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ROCHESTER. N. Y.. Nov. 15.-At tho
eloo of a day of addresses by men from
Great Britain and Canada and repre
sentatives of religious and philanthropic J
associations organlred In tho Interctt Of
labor, l'rtjldent Samuel Gompers of tho
American Federation of Labor defended
the nonpolltlcal policy of the federation
and declured that tho only thing that
wlU end tho struggle between capital and
labor Is recoBiiltion of the, right of tho
toilers to tho bast ot all that la pro
duced. "I may coll attention tu tho fact that
yrhilo wo do not pin our faith to tho
pledges mado by any political party, the
American methods of our organised move
ment Iirvo accomplished results," said
"Whllo wo aro Insistent upon tho
achievement of every demand of tho labor
movements wo ought not to deny the
achievement of romo material results.
I venture to intiko the statement that
never were there co many people who
voted for propositions, declarations, de
mands and promises, for social justice as
the 11,000,000 peoplo who voted In this
country two weeks ago.
"Tho American iaor movement Is tho '
product of American conditions. It Is an
outgrowth ot American circumstances, a
development of American Industry and
commerce. Somo may hold that to pro
claim ultimate Ideals without tho means
of attaining them Is progress, whllo oth
ors may contend that every advance by
the workers la progress and that oVery
hour thrown oft tho shoulders of tho
workers each day means golden hours of
opportunity for further progress.
Hnsis of Movement.
"Tho basis of our" movement, as I un
derstand It, Is that thero Is nothing on
God's green earth that wo created by
our strength that wo do not own, and
we propose to continue In the struggle to !
bring overy man nhd woman who toils
Into, the ranks of 'organized labor, and to
Instil Into him tlio idoa that he Is his
brother's keeper. This Amerlcan( lubor
movement is not based on misery, not on
hunger, except a hunger for more. Only
the recognition ot the right of tho tollers
to tho best ot all that is produced can
end the struggle ot the tollers of our
Earlier In the day an address had been
made by John Seddon of F.iiRland and I
Itobcrt Smlllln of Scotland, representing
tho British Trades Union congress, and
John Bruce, representing the Canadian
Trades and Labor cotlgrqfci. Conditions
of workers under tlio,l)rltlBh flag were
described nrf no worso than those In the
All three delegates declured that with
slight differences conditions ot laborers,
the world over, wero tho s.imo.
Congressman Willlum Wilson of Penn
sylvania defined tho position taken by
the labor group In congress, and told
what had been done In tho Interest ot
bills for the limitation of tho Injunction
In labor disputes.
"Tho labor group In .congress," ho Buld,
"has felt It necessary to gunrd against
nny Infringement xt tho workers' political
rights and to tuko steps by which the
workers may secure directly or Indirectly
n larger sharo of what is produced. Tho
greatest buttle In congress has been to
destroy the one-man power that has arro
gated to Itself tho power to lssuo Injunc
tions In labor disputes. "When relations
between man and man como up for dis
cussion tho dWputo belongs to tho law
courts and a trial by Jury."
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Cause of Wreck
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov.. IB. "My con
science docs not hurt mo a bit," sad
Carl Gross, tho brakeman charged with
tho responsibility of tfye wreck of a Cin
cinnati, Hamilton & Dayton passonirer
train here "Wednesday morning, which
cost tho lives of fifteen and serious In
jury to as many mora persona. At tho
hoHPUnl tonight, whero ho lies with a
broken leg;, he suld tho 'charge of tho
railway officials that ho was responsible
for the open switch, which let tho pas
senger train crash into the standing
freight train, was untrue.
Urukeman Gross, with his. system
cleared of opiates, tonight made u state
ment of facts to coroner Durham, setting
out his movements Just boforo tho wreck,
Ho said that his freight train stalled
on a hill just west of the track where
the wreck occurred. Half of the train
was pulled Into the siding from tho west,
the engine going out at the caat and re
turning down the main track to pick up
the rear of the freight. This was backed
onto tho passing track through the cast
switching and, according to dross, ho
wan com uuenu wun ma luiucm iu uuk
any train which might approach. He
tald it was the rule for tho fireman to
close the switch In a case of this kind.
He Bald ho returned to his. train after
the engineer had given a whistle signal
that the train was "In tho clear." Ho
told tho coroner that he noticed the
switch light was not burning as he re
turned, but supposed the switch was
closed. He said he felt certain tho main
track was clear, following tho engineer's
WOMAN LAWYER MARRIED
IN STATE SUPREME COURT
SANTA FE. N. M Nov. 15.-Tho su
preme court chamber of the capttol was
the scene of an unusual occurrence this
afternoon when Chief Justice C. J. Rob.
erts suspended court to unite In mar
riage Jilts Nellie C. Hrewer, secretary
ot the New Mexico Bar association and
the only woman lawyer In the state, and
Harold Tierce, the law partner of Mia
Drama and Music
ATTHACTIONM IX OMAHA.
Movements of Ocean fltrniuers.
HAVRE 1-a I'rorent
nOTTERDAM H, Amnterdarf. ..
LIVERPOOL, , Adriatic
PLYMOUTH Kalrln Ar. . . . Victoria.
MOJI Lord Derby
MB DON . , New York .
NEW YORK ... La Lorraine,
NEW YORK Bremen.
BAN" FRAN' 'ISC'O Tbomai
1 1 A.V FRANCISCO Cllr ot Panama..
Boyd: 'Tho Olrl, the Man and tho
Brandela! "Iphlgenia of Euripides."
Hippodrome, l Vaudeville.
Matlntos at the Qayety, Hippodrome,
OrPheum and Xrug'.
"Tnrirtli Nlulil" nt the llriinilrln.
"Twelfth Night," a comedy by William
ShakcspeuHj; presented at the Brandels
theater by tho Charles CobUrn plums.
Viola Mrs. Coburn
A seu captain, frlond to Viola
Valentino 1". K. Bechmanij
Curio Kreklnp Kan ford
Clentlcmcn Attending on tho Duke.
Sir Toby Belch, uncla to Olivia
Sir Andrew -Agueclieek... .Charles Howson
Malvollo, steward to Olivia. ..Mr. Coburn
Kubiati Uoorgo Currle
Festo Oeorgo Gaul
Servants to Olivia.
Olivia, a rich countess
Miss Hluepha chUhulm
Maria. Olivia's waiting woman..
Miss Ina Brooks
Lords, Ladies, Officers, Sailors and
Sebastian, brother to Vlolu
Antonio, a sea captain, frlond to
Sebastian Hoyden Krlynni
The Coburn management mado a happy
cholco In selecting Shakcspcora's delight
ful sweet comedy, "Twelfth Night," for
tho first of tho productions to b played
at the Brandels In a scries of four en
tertainments that aro to bo given this
week. "Twelfth Night" is ope of the
great bard's most enjoyable comedies; It
has a fresh dramatic atmosphere, many
bright and sapient lines, and It offers
great opportunity for much fluo acting
of tho kind that only players who havo
studied the play thoroughly can bring
forth. IU presentation at tho Brandels
lust evening by the Coburn players was
of such an order that the members of tho
cast deserve to ba felicitated for their
good work. Shakespeare Is so easily
spoiled, and there aro so few traveling
companies that do tho plays of tho great
author well that a capablo company Is
deeply appreciated by thoxo who are
willing to patronize Shakespeare and thus
aid In keeping the really good things on
Tho Coburn players have made a study
ot tho plays they Include In their reper
toire, and they therefore do their parts
just as efficiently as can be dono under
the conditions which surround thorn. The
cast of "Twelfth Night" was well bal
anced, and particularly good work wan
seen In the Interpretation given to the
roles of Viola, Olivia and Malvollo. To
night "Iphlgenla of Euripides" will bo
Kthel Barryrnore will be the big theat
rical attraction In Omaha next week,
Miss Barrymore's appearance In vaude
ville Is certainly an Innovation and from
box off ce receipts it seems that nil
Omaha 1 planning to soo this noted
uctrcsit. Mlas Barryrnore will present a
one-act play called "Tho Twclvo-I'ound
Look." Tho sketch gives her ample op
portunity to uso her extraordinary dra
Bill)- Clifford nt the Boyd.
Billy Clifford, who has plenty of ad
rotrers in Omaha, returned lust night for
& three-day engagement at tho Hoyd
theater. He offers himself and his ex
cellent company In "Tho Girl, the Man
and ths Game," which has just enough
plot to curry the many special numbers
In which Billy figures qulto prominently
! No attempt is mado In the presentation
Ito be serious, us the play was con
structed for laJt'ilnir purposes only.
Clifford Is as clover as over, and he
has u good company. Miss Mno Collins,
a dainty little miss with real auburn
hair, Is clever In tiongs and otherwise,
nnd takes a lending part. Jack Trainer
Is another supporter ot the company
who has' raro talont. Ho portrays an
old man with a gouty foot, and his
comedy Is good.
Mimlrnlr nt Tnnple Urnel,
A muslcatn was given last evening at
tho Teniplo Israel for tho benefit of i tho
temple. The program wun of unusual
merit for Its kind and was well ar
ranged. All of tho young women who
appeurod wero heard to good advantage.
Miss Laura Uoetx gave especial pleasuro
In her solos. Her voice is high and
clear and her pianissimo work is a de
light. Her clover Interpretation of tho
Hhartow March 'by. Del Hlego was par
ticularly good aud brought an rncoro In
a delightful spring song with violin ob
llgato. Miss Klolto West did tome nice
work In her urgnu number nnd Miss
Blanche Cohn displayed connldcrable
talent In her work nt tho pluuo. Each
of tho young peoplo was given an encore
oh well as Miss Madge West for her ac
ceptable violin number.
Others on tho program wero MIssKudlo
Klrschbraun, Helen Komimir and Hor
tunso and Mainlo Splosbrrgcr.
Tho program closed with a' quartet of
violins, which gave tha Bccnu. Cliampetre.
by I'aplnl with fine effect.
There was u largo crowd present, which
must have netted a good sum for the
Botter equipped than ever and harbor
ing that Peer ot all negro entertainers, H.
II. Dudley, Charles K, Barton's famous
"Smart Set" compuny, should play the
banner engagement at Brundcls thruter
commencing Sunday matinee. The entire
troupe will appear In a new musical com
edy in three acts, entitled "Doctor Beans
from Boston" supporting Mr. Dudley
are James Burris, Henry Troy, Arthur
Tulbot, Holey aibon, little Orady, Bes
sie Payuu and Alberta Ormes and u large
If anyone ever Invents a beauty cabinet
that really works as successfully as does
tho ono used In the first act of "The
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tha inventor. The ono on the stage at
the popular Gayety thla week Is a most
mysterious looking affair and Is equipped
with enougu gauges levers and pipes to
almost build a cheap automobile.
Just how many times a lauchometcr
would register whtln Kteff, Allman and
King aro going through their routine of
muslo and nonsenso at the Hippodrome
this week Is u matter hard to determine.
Surely, they miss no opportunity to make
one forget one's troubles long enough to
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ences thut are being attracted thero this
week and laugh most heartily.
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