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II Preeldeot Roosevelt t N Ni Names the Men t tEnd tc tcEnd
End Coal StrikeBOTH Strike StrikeBOTH StrikeI
Tile Dedilon of the President Presldeat Was Reached ReacbeAfter Reacbed ReacbedAfter
1 After Many Conferences CoafereacesJoha John Mitchell Mltchelwas MitchellWas ltcbell ltcbellwasfa
was wasfa In Consiritatlon Wllli Him Twice 01 01Wednesday 011 011WcdaesdayUc oaWedoesdayUe
WcdaesdayUc Wednesday tie Also Iso Consulted Secretary SecreUrjRoot SecretaryRoot SecretaryRoot
Root P P Sergeant and C D Wright WrlglitWashington WrightWashington WrightWashington
Washington D C Special SpecialShort SpecialShortJ Short Shortly
J ly after I oclock Thursday morning i iwas it itwas itwas
was announced at the temporary WhitHouse White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House that both parties to the coa coastrike coal coalstrike coalstrike
strike had agreed to the appointment o oan of ofan ofan
an arbitration commission consisting o osix of ofsix ofsix
six members and that the President ha hanamed had hadnamed hadnamed <
named this body bodyOn bot4On bodyOn
On the commission is a prominent prominentrepresentative prominentrepresentative prominentrepresentative
representative of organized labor The Thecommission Thecommission Thecommission
commission as finally named it is stated stat stated itated ¬
ed is i perfectly agreeable to all parties partiesSome partieSSome partiesSome
Some of the members were named by byJohn byJohn byJohn
John Mitchell and F F P Sargent at their theirconferences theirconCerences theirconferences
conferences with the President and in inlater inlater inlater
later meetings Mr Sargent officially officiallyrepresented officlallyrepresented officiallyrepresented
represented the strike str ke leader leaderOfficial leaderOfficial leaderOfficial
Official Statement StatementThe StatemeotThe Slatemeatt1
t1 The ThefollQwlng following official statement statement war warissued waiissued wa waISsued
issued at 230 a tn tnAfter mAfter 11 11f
f After a conference with Mr Mitch Mitchell MitchI Mitchell ¬
I ell and some further conference with withrepresentatives witl1representatives withrepresentatives
representatives of the coal operators operatorsthe operOltorgI operatorsthe
I the President has appointed the mem members memIi mentj ¬
Ii j ° bers of the commission to inquire Into Intoconsider intoionsider intoconsider
consider and pass upon all questions at atissue at atissue atissue
issue between the operators and miner minerin minelin minersin
in the anthracite coal fields fieldsBrigGen fieldsBrigGen fieldsBrig
Brig BrigGen Gen John M Wilson U U S Aretired A Aretired Aretired
retired late Chief of Engineers U S SA SA SA
A Washington D C as an officer 6mcerot 6mcerotthe fliccr 01 01the ofthe
the Engineer ngineer Corps Cor s of either eithet Jl1smili Jl1smilitary the mili military i itary ¬
tary or oiav ornavalsetvice6f naval l rserVTce6rlheLTffllSd rserVTce6rlheLTffllSdStates se1Vi e lthe he tTimeJ tTimeJStates e eStates
States StatesMr StatesMr StatesMr
Mr E W Parker Parl < er Washington D DC DC DC
C C as an m expert mining engineer Mr MrParker M MParker M4Parker
Parker is Chief Statistician St tisticim of the Coal CoalDivision CoalDivIsion CoalDivision
Division of the United States Geolog Geological GeologIcal Geological ¬
ical Survey and the editor of the En Engineering Enginecring EnRineering ¬
gineering and Mining Journal of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York YorkHon YorkHon YorkHon
Hon George Gray Wilmington Del Delas Delas Delas
as a Judge of the United States Court CourtMr CourtMr CourtMr
Mr E E Clark Cedar Rapids Iowa IowaGrand IowaGrand IowaGrand
Grand Chief of the Order of Railway RailwayConductors RailwayConductors RailwayConductors
Conductors as a sociologist the thePresl thePresldent Presi President President ¬
dent assuming a5Sumin that for the purposes of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such a commission the term sociologist sociologistmeans sociologistmeans sociologistmeans
means a man who has thought and andstudied all1studied andstudied
studied deeply on social questions and andhas andhas andhas
has practically practic lIy allied a olied his hi knowledge knowledgeMr knowledgeMr
Mr Thomas H Watkins ScrantonPa Scranton ScrantonPa ScrantonPa
Pa as a man practically acquainted with withthe withthe withthe
the mining and ani selling of coal coalBishop coalBishop coalBishop
Bishop John L Spauldinp of Peoria PconaIII PeoriaTII PeoriaIII
III The President has added Bishop BishopSpauldings BishopSpauldings BishopSpauldirtgs
Spauldings name to the commissionHon commission commissionHon commiuionHon
Hon Carroll D D1Vright Wright has been ap appointed appointed appoInted ¬
pointed recorder of the commission commissionStrike commissionStrike commission commissionStrike
Strike Will Be Called Off At One OneIt ODCIt Once OnceIt
It is said here that the strike will be becalled becalled becalled
called off at once and mining resumed in intwo1 intwo intwo
two or three days daysThe dilYSThe dpysThe
The first sign of a breakup break up of the thefinal thefin thefinal
final fin l conference was at 1255 a m when whenSecretary whenSecretary whenSecretary
Secretary Cortelyou came from the con conference conference conTerence
ference room and announced to the thewaiting thewaiting thewaiting
waiting newspaper men that an official officialstatement officialstatement officialstatement
statement on the strike situation would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be made public soon Shortly after I Ioclock Joclock toclock
oclock Secretary Root came out laugh laughing langhing laughing ¬
ing and happy He said a common commonground commonground commonnground
ground of agreement between the oper operators operators operators ¬
ators and nd miners had been reached and andthat andthat andthat
that the strike was practically pnctic lly ended endedLabor endedLabor endedLsbor
Labor Represented RepresentedIt
It was learned a few moments later laterthat laterthat laterthat
that the chief feature of lf the agreement agreementwas agre agreementwas ment mentwas
was the addition of a sixth member tothe to tothe tothe
the arbitration bitri1ticn commission Now that thatan thalan thatan
an agreement has been arrived atas to tothe tothe tothee
the means of determining the differ differences Iii dtfferences ffe r rences ¬
ences It was also stated the Presi President President President ¬
dent would insist on am an immediate re resumption reo reosumption resumption ¬
sumption of work at the mines and he hehas hehas hehas
has reason to expect his advice would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be followed promptly promptlyMessrs
Messrs Robert Bacon and George GeorlieC GeorlieCPerkins C CPerkins CPerkins
Perkins partners in J Pierpont Mor Morgans Morgans Morgions ¬
gans bankihir firm were present at the thefinal thefinal thefinal
final conference as the representatives of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the operators When the gathering gatheringbroke Ratherlngbroke gatheringbroke
broke up all present were in high good goodhumor goodhumor goodhumor
humor and there was a general exchange exchangeof
of congratulations congratulationsNewsy consratulatlonsNewlY congratulationsNewsy
Newsy Items of Interest InterestPresident InterestPresident I
President Roosevelt will institute a areform areform I Ireform
reform by having superfluous matter matterand l11atternd matterand
and nd many tables eliminated from public publicdocuments publicuocuments
documents documentsIn uocuments uocumentsRlIn
RlIn In his annual report Surgeon General Generalvide Generalxey
Rixcy xey recommends that Congress provide pro provide
vide a womans nurse corps for the thenavy thenavy thenavy
The Crown Prince of Siam was taken takenfor takenfor takenfor
for > Aive ive to Fort Myer where the theve theve thei
i ve him an exhibition exhibition oftheii oftheiiskill of their theirI theirskill theirskill
skill m in cavalry cavalr tactics Later III in n the theday
I day < lay accompanied by Assistant Secre Secretary Secretary Secretory ¬
tary of State Peirce clrce and his entire entiresiiite entiresllite entiresdite
siiite he boarded the Slyph arid visited visitedMount visitedMount
Mount Vernon At night he was giver givera Rive Rivea Rive Rivea
a dinner by Prof J H Gore of oECo oECo10llbian Co Colomjjian Colomybiai
lomjjian University
Domestic DomesticA
A hearing hearing was was had before Attorne AttorneGeneral Attorney AttorneGeneral
General DavieS of New York on th thpetition thpetition the thepetition
petition to proceed against the Penrisy Penrisyvania Penrisylvania Pennsylvania
vania vania and the Delaware and Hudson HudsoRailroads HudsonRailroads HudsaRailroads
Railroads under the AntiTrust Law LawAt LawAt LawAt
At Lexington Ky Earl Whitne Whitnehas Whitney Whitneyhas Vhitnehas
has confessed to the murder murd r of A IChinn I B BChinn EChinn
Chinn and to the serious wounding c chis of ofI a ahis
I his son Whitney implicates his part parlner partner partncr
ner Claude OBrien They are bur buiglars burglars Jur Jurglars
glars7he glars glarsThe glarsThe
The American Board of Commission Commissioners
ers for Foreign Missions continued contin ed il ilsessions Its Itssessions it itsessions
sessions sessions in Oberlin O Interesting Interestln ac acdresses ad addresses addresses
dresses showing growth rowth of Christianity Christianltin Christianityin
in In heathen countries were read readChowfa readChowfa readChowfa
Chowfa Malta Vajiravudh the Crow CrowPrince CrowsPrince Crown CrownPrince
Prince of Siam and party left Washing Washington Washington 1Vashington
ton for Wilmington Del where the thewere the thewere they theywere
were entertained entertained by Gen James E EWilson H HWilson 11Wilson
Wilson retired U S STwo A ATwo ATwo
Two missing sisters heiresses to a aestate an anestate ai aiestate
estate of 500000 in Providence R L Lhave I Ih1ve Ihave
have been found in St PauJ Paul MinnThe Minn MinnThe MinnThe
The strike in the coal mines of th thTennessee the theTennessee thTennessee
Tennessee Coal Iron and RailroadCompany Railroad RailroaCompany RailroadCompany
Company was settled settledAt settledAt settledAt
At Dallas Texas Jim Buchanan th thnegro the thenegro thne
negro ne ro murderer of Duncan Hicks wife wifand wife wifeand wifeI
I and and daughter at Nacogdoches walanded wa walanded was waslanded
landed in the Shreveport parish jail b bthe by bythe bthe
the strategy of three Texas sheriffs sheriffswho sheriffsho sheriffswho
who ho eluded a mob of 5000 peopleThe people peopleThe peol > le leThe
The wooden steamer C B Lock Lockwood Lockwood Lockwood
wood sank in Lake Erie 15 miles < of ofA off offAshtabula ofAshtabula
Ashtabula A l O A A t boat i with 11 it ittain the cap captain captamn
tain and nine members of the crew i imissing Is Ismissinf f fmfssin
missing mfssin mfssinGenFred
GenFred Gen Fred Grant who has arrived ii iiSan in inSan isSan
San Francisco from the Philippines Philippinessays Philippinessayshat Philippinessayslhat
says sayshat that the natives on the island o oSamar of ofSamlr oSamar
Samar are now contented contentedThe contentedThe contentedTheAmericanBoard
The TheAmericanBoard American Board of Commission Commissioners
ers for Foreign Missions is holding it itannual its itsannual it itannual
annual meeting in Oberlin 0 OExSecretary 0ExSecretary 0ExSecretary
ExSecretary of the Treasury Fair Fairchild Fairchild Fairchild
child was injured by being kuocketdown knocked kuoekeddown knockeddown
down in New York by a trolley car carMrs carMrs carMrs
Mrs C S Lovett of Washington WashingtonD
D C was killed at Coburg Ont bj blfalling bjfalling by byfalling
falling down stairsVicePresident stairs stairsVicePresident stairsVice
VicePresident Vice President Saytes of the Le Lehigh Lehigh Let
high Coal Company practically pra tically admit admitthat admitsthat admitthat t
that the companies are considering consideringrilatttO consid ring a ap1anto a ap1ant
rilatttO distribute and ilndscU icil cSaHu c f i1 tU tUlarge the tRelarlle thelarge <
large large cities direct to the consumers consumerstour consumersFour consumers consumersFour
Four dead bodies were found tied irsacks in insacks insacks
sacks in the rear of the Central College Collegof Collegeof Collegeof <
of Physicians and Surgeons in Indian Indianapolis Indianoapolis Indianapolis ¬
apolis Seventeen persons are under undeiarrest underarrest underarrest
arrest for grave graverobbing graverobbingMajor graver robbin robbinMajor bbing bbingMajor
Major John F OBrien who design designed deslgnoed designed ¬
ed the battery batter from which the first shot snolof shot shotof shotof
of the Civil War was fired died at Mi Mihome hi hihorne lueborne
home in ii + Louisville Ky KyThe KyThc KyThe
The famous English prisonship Jer Jersey JerIcy Jerley ¬
Icy was accidentally discovered at the theBrooklyn theDrooklyn theBrooklyn
Brooklyn Navy Yard where She has hasIain haslain haslain
lain for several hundred years yearsThe yeanThe yearsThe
The United States transport Logan Loganarrived Loganarrlvetl Loganarrived
arrived at San Francisco from Manilawith Manila Manilawith Manilawith
with Brigadier General Grant and the theNinth theNil1th theNinth
Ninth Cavalry aboard aboardThe aboardfhe boardThe
The members of Topeka Joesgang Joes Joesgang Joesgang
gang of postoffice ostoffice robbery robber were captared cap captured captured ¬
tured in California but the leader es escaped escaped escaped ¬
caped capedA capedA
A party partywho who enjoys the confidence of ofPresident ofPresident ofPresident
President Mitchell says the strike will willbe willbe willbe
be off before the close of this weekJustice week weekJustice wcekJustice
Justice Van Sickel in Trenton N NJ NJ
J filed his opinion in the case of Mi Miriam MIriam Miriam ¬
riam Berger against the United States StatesSteel StatesSteel StatesSteel
Steel corporation in favor of the latter latterGeneral latterGeneral latterGeneral
General Gobin declared declare that his sol soldiers soldiers soldiers ¬
diers have nothing to do in the coal coalfields coalfields coalfields ¬
fields fields no nocalls calls having been made upon uponthem uponthenl uponthem
them for protection protectionA
A R Chinn a merchant of ofJexing ofJexington Lexing Lexfngton Lexington ¬
ton Ky was shot to death by masked maskedburglars maskedburglars maskedburglars
burglars in his home homeForeign homeForeign homeForello
Foreign ForeignIt
It was reported at Sofia Bulgaria Bulgariathat Bulgariathat Bulgariathat
that the Turkish troops have destroyed destroyedi
i number of villages and massacred the theChristian thel1ristian theTristian
Christian inhabitant inhabitantGeneral inhabitanuGeneral InhabitantsGeneral
General Corbin declared in London Londonhat Londonhat Londonhat
hat the he British enlisted soldier cannot cannotompare cannototnpare cannotompare
ompare with the American in the mat mater mater mater
er of brains brainsEmily brainsEmily brainsEmily
Emily Crawford says the Countess Courttessle
le Lonyay will sue her father the King
f Belgium for her share in her moth mothrs mothrs mothers
ers rs estate estateThe estateThe estateThe
The central committee of the CJcr CJcrnan Gernan Ccrman
nan Coal Miners Associations sent sentiMso sents1250
iMso 250 to the striking miners in the theJnited theUnited theUnited
United States StatesM StatesM StatesM
M SantosDumont is to offer tc tcnake temal tchake
mal hake < e an airship journey from Paris Paris tc tc5an tcSan
I San Francisco Fran isco for a reward of 300000 300000The 2oooooThe 100000The
The Prussian government has mad madin madt madttit <
in offer to buy six slof of the principal rail railoads raiload railtoads
toads oad remaining re ainlng in private hands handsThe nandifhe handsThe
The Spanish cabinet has agreed aKreed to toenewal I aenewal Irenewal
enewal of the Copyright treaty 1 reaty be beween beweell beweep
weep the United States and Spain SpainThe Spa ill illrh
The rh northern part of Japan wis ireently re recently reently
ently swept by a tidal wave which whichcaused whichaused j jaused
aused large loss of life and property
The Danish Islands Treaty with the theJnited theUnited theJnited
Jnited States passed its first reading readingn
In n the Landsthing
The Young Czechs threaten to make maketouble maketrouble makerouble
trouble at the opening of the Reichs Reichsath Reichsrath Reichsath
rath ath in Vienna today
Japan has borrowed 2 25000000 oooooo for foraval fornaval foriaval
naval aval expansion and pubic public improve improvements improverents improvements ¬
mentsSir ments rentsSir mentsSir
Sir David Barbour British commisloner commis commisioncr commissloner
loner predicts that the gold production producion produc producion
tion ion of the Transvaal which was zoo ioo
00000 before the war will be exceed exceedd exceeded
ed d when the country settles down downThe downThe downThe
The Turkish government has ordered orderedrains orderedtrains orderedrains
trains rains to be held In readiness for the theransportation thetransportation theransportation
ransportation of troops and military militarytores militarystores militarytores
tores on account of the impending impendingrouble impendingrouble impendingtrouble
Mitchells Plan to Settle Coal Strike I IPractically Is IsPrctlcally IsPractically
Practically Accepted AcceptedROOSEVELT AcceptedItOOSEVELT AcceptedROOSEVELT
Morgans Efforts to Bring About Ad Adjustment Adjustment AdJustment
justment of Difficulties Successful SuccessfulThe SuccessfulTbe SuccessfulThe
The Proposition is Believed Bellev d By the Admlals Admlalsration AdmlDlstrattoa Malnlstrailoa
ration to be Satisfactory to the Miners MinersIt as asIt asIt
It Covers the Proposition Propolltl o Made tade by President PreildenMitchell PresldeatMJtchell PresidentMitcbellot
Mitchell Mitcbellot ol the be UnitedMine United Aline IIDe Workers Union UnloiWith UaloaWith UnionWith
With Additional Conditions Which It Is Be Belleved BclIeved BeSieved
Sieved That the Miners Will Accept AcceptWaslrfngton AcceptWashington AcceptWaslttngton
Washington D C SpecialThe SpecialTheoperators Special Th Thoperators 1he 1heoperators
operators in the anthracite coal region regiothave regionhave regionhave
have agreed to the appointment of ofcommission a acommission acommission
commission selected by President Roose Roosevelt Roo Rooseveltto e eveltto
velt veltto to whom thall be referred all ques questions questions queslions ¬
tions at issue between the companies andtheir am amtheir and andtheir
their own employes whether they belong belonito belongto
to a union or not and the decision o othe of ofthe ofthe
the commission commls ion shall be accepted by by th thoperators the theoperators theoperators
operators operatorsThe operatorsThe operatorsThe
The commission is to consist con ist of ar ararmy an an3t anarmy
army 3t r or Davy navy n y engineer officer an ancxpcrt ancxpcrtruining expert expertmining expcrtmll1l11g
mining ruining engineer engllfeer not connected with U Ucoalmining the thecoalmining thecoalmining
coalmining properties one of the Judgeof Judgesof Judges Judgesof
of the United States Court of the Eastern EasternDistrict EasternDistrict EasternDistrict
District of Pennsylvania a man of prom prominence prominellce prommence ¬
inence mence eminent as 15 a sociologist s clologist and a aman amall aman
man who by active participation in min mining mining mininR ¬
ing and selling coal coalia is familiar with the thephysical thephysical thephysical
physical and commercial features of the thebusiness thebusiness thebusiness
business businessThe businessThe businessThe
The operators also make a a part of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their proposition that the miners m llprs shall shallreturn shalletu shallreturn
return etu 1 to work work o as s soon on as astl1 the cpminisi cpminisience commisrniotiis 1iS1o 1iS1oslon
slon iotiis IS dilttuted nstituteil and e l1 nf M Mence
ence with w ithr nonunion men The commis commission commission commission ¬
sion is to name a date when its It findings findingsshall findingsshall findingsshall
shall be effective and to govern condi conditions conditions conditions ¬
tions of employment between the com companies companics courpanics ¬
panics and their own employes for at atleast atleast atleast
least three years yearsThe yearsThe yearsThe
The statement was wa read to the Presi President President Pres Presdent ¬
dent as a an at act of courtesy before beflre being beinggiven beinggiven I
given gl ven to tpe press pressMr pressMr pressr
Mr r Morgan and Mr Robert S Bacon Baconone Baconone Baconone
one of his partners arrived over the Bal Baltimore Baltimore Baltinnore ¬
timore and Ohio Railroad at 10 oclock oclockand oclockand oclockand
and were driven immediately to the Arlington Ar Arlington Arlington ¬
lington Hotel Both refused to see any anyone anyone anyone ¬
one and an went direct to their rooms It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was apparent however that a moment momentous momentous momentous ¬
ous move was about to be made in the thecoal thecoal thecoal
coal strike and that a conference would wouldtake wouldtake vouldtake
take place with the President or Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary Root who saw Mr Morganin New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York on Saturday as a representative of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr Roosevelt RooseveltReports Rooseve1tReports RooseveltReports
Reports from Philadelphia stated that thatPresident thatPr thatPresident
President Pr sident Baer of the Reading proper properties properties properties ¬
ties accompanied Messrs fessrs Morgan and andBacon andBacon andBacon
Bacon in a special car but Mr Baer Baercould Baercould Baercould
could not he located locatedShortly locatedShortly locatedShortly
Shortly after going olng to his room Mr MrMorgan MrMorltan MrMorgan
Morgan came dowpstairs and left the thewhere thehotel thehotel
hotel for the temporary temporary White House Housewhere Housewhere
where heand Mr Bacon were at once onceihown onceIhown onceshown
ihown upstairs and into the room where wherehn wherehr wherehe
hn President was and a onfcrrncc on onthe onhe 0nthe
the he strike situation began A little while whilelater whi1elater whileiater
later Secretary Root appeared at the thetemporary theemporary thetemporary
temporary White House and joined the thehe theh thehr
he h other conferees confereesBy confrreesB confereesBy
By B this time it was definitely establishsed es established establi ¬
tablished tabli hed that if President Baer had hadromc hadorne hadomc
romc to Washington with Mr Morgan Morganlie MorganJe
lie did not go with him to the temporary temporaryWhite temporaryWhite temporaryWhite
White House HouseAfter houseAfter HouseAfter
After the discussion had lasted some sometime sometime sometime
time Secretary to the President George GeorgeD
D Cortelyou was summoned presuma presumably nresumtbly nresumalily ¬
bly to take some directions dir ctlons or to reduce reducesome reducesome reducesome
some matter to writing writingThe wrltll1t wrltll1tThe writingThe
The conference endrd at iiSo o oclock oclockecretary oclockSecretary clock clockSecretary
Secretary ecretary Root and od Messrs Morgan aiyl aiylBacon and andBarns 11I1 11I1BaCo1
Bacon on its adjournment at once O1C left leftthe leftth leftrhr
M Mtro Mtropnlitan > rtro rtropnhitan tro tropnlitan
the th White Whit House and went to the
pnlitan Club a few blocks away None Noneof Noneof Noneof
to torefer torefer torefer
< of them would say anything except
refer all inquiries to Mr Cortelyou by bywhom bywhom bywhom
whom they said a statement would be begiven beI begiven
I given out later laterSecretary luterSeCretaty laterSecretary
Secretary Root was asked a kell the th direct directfiuestion directquestion directquestion
question If a settlement of the strike had hadbeen hadbeenreahed ll llbeen
beenreahed been reached but declined to answer answersaying al answersaying wer wersaying
saying it would all fa b given iven out in the thestatement thestlltemrnt thestatement
statement from Mr Cortelyou CortelyouMr CortelyouMr CortelyouMr
likewise appealed to towith towith towith
Mr Morgan was
with a direct question but pleasantly responded re reiponded reIponded
iponded that anything that was to be besaid beI besaid
I said said would have to come from the gen genllcmen gentlemen genLlemen
llcmen In the White House HouseThe HouseThe HouseThe
The proposition of the coal operators operatorswas operatorswas operatorswas
was a result of the visit of Secretary Secretarytloot SecretaryRnoto SecretaryRnot
Rnoto tloot to New York and hid conference conferencevith conferencewith conferencewith
with Mr Morgan on Saturday Mr Mor Moran Mor Morjan Morgan
jan an at that time expressed a keen inter tnterst interest interst
desire to bring bringibput bringbout bringabout
est st in the situation and a
about an adjustment if possible Followfig Follow Followng Following
ing ng this talk with Secretary Root there therevaj therewas therevas
was a conference conference in New York at which whichhe whichthe winchhe
the he proposition of the coal operators Was Wasigreed wasgreed vas vasapreed
greed to and Mr Morgan was dele deleated deleItated delegated
gated ated to bring It to the President in the theiclief thebelieC thenehief
iclief that such would be the courteous courteousourse courteouscourse courteousourse
course ourse and the hest way of promulgating promulgatinghe
the he offer of settlement
The Board as Suggested Suggestedn I IWe
n 1 We suggest a commission eo nmis ion to be ap0ointcd ap apOOIIHCU api
President of the United Ul1ItedEtates UnitedIatates
OOIIHCU oomtel by IIIC the l lEaiutui v v vi
i i Iatates States if he is willing to perform tha thapublic that thatpnb1ic thaI
I public public service to whom shall be re refferred rer ref
fferred r erred all questions at issue between betweeithe betweenthe betweenthe
the respective companies and their own owiemployes OWI1employe ownemployes
employes whether they llelong belong to tounion 1 1union i iunion
union or not and andthe the decision eclsion of th thzommission the theommissioh theonmissiott <
zommission shall be accepted byt bytus by us usThe usThe usThe
The commission cf commission > mmlssion to be constitute constitutcas constitutelas constituted constitutedVas <
Vas las as follows followsi
i An officer in in the engineer engineer corps corpio corpsr corpsjof
jof r o f either the military llIilitar or naval serviceof servici serviciM service servicef
M of f the United States
2 An expert mining mit1i mining lg engineer enRilleer ex experienced experienced I Iperienced
perienced in the mining nUlling of coal < 0a1 aji ajiother and andpother 1 1other
pother other minerals who has not been it itany In Inany Inany
any way war connected with coal mining miningproperties miningropertles miningproperties
properties ropertles either elth r anthracite or bitu bltuminqus bituminous bituurinous
minqus minous
3 One of the judges of the United UnlteStates UnitedStates UnitedStates <
States courts of the Eastern district o oi or orPennsylvania 01 01Pennsylvania
i Pennsylvania
4 A man of prominence eminent cminenas eminentas
as a sociologist sociologist5A
5A 5 A man wlo by active partjclpa partjclpation particlpation participation
tion in in mining mining and selling coal is fa familiar familiar familiar
miliar with the physical and commercial commerciafeatures commercialfeatures commercialfeatures
features of the business businessIt bu iness inessIt
It being the understanding that im immediately immediately immediately
mediately upon the constitution Of such suetcommission suchcommission suchcommission
commission in order that idleness am amnonproduction and andnonproductioli andnonproduction
nonproduction may cease instantly instantlythe instantlythe instantlythe
the miners will return to work ant antcease and andcease andcease
cease all interference with any perse persecutlon persecution persecution
cution of any nonunion men who ar arworking are areworking areworking <
working or shall hereafter work Th Thfindings The Thefindings Thefindings <
findings of this commission shall fi fithe fix fixthe fixthe >
the date when the same shall be beeffec beeffective effec effective effective ¬
tive and shall govern the conditions conditionof conditionsof
of > f employment between the respective respectivompanles respectiveompan1es respectiveompanies
ompanles and their employes emplo s for J a aerm aern
1 term erm of at least three years yearsGEORGE yearsGEORGE yearsGEORGE
GEORGE F BAER president Phila Philadclphia Philadelphia Philadelphia
delphia and Reading Coal and Iron IroiCompany IronCompany IronCompany
Company Lehigh and Wilkesbarre WilkesbamCoal WilkesbarreCoal WilkesbarreCoal
Coal Company Temple Iron Com Cornan Company Company
pany an anE
E BY B THOMAS chairman Pennsylvania Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
vania Coal Company Hillside Coal Coaand Coaland Coaland
and Iron Company Companyaware CompanyW CompanyV
W V H TRUESDALE president Delaware Del Delaware
aware Lackawanna and Westeri WesteriRailroad 1VesternRailroad VesternRailroad
Railroad Company CompanyT
wr T 1 P EOWLER president Scranton ScrantoivtfiaVCdmpariy ScrantonC ScrantonCC
vtfiaVCdmpariy CC 1Cbtnp3ny C mp1111Y EK EI Hill Coal ant antIron and andIron andIron
Iron Company
R M Company OLYPHANT OLYPI ANT president P1 P1ware Dela Delaware Delaware
ware and Hudson Company CompanyALFRED CompanyALFRED CompanyALFRED
ALFRED WALTERS president Le Lehigh Lehigh Lehigh
high Vallev Coal CloaIComp1t1y CloaIComp1t1yAJORITV Company CompanyMAJORITY CompanyMAJIiRITY
Mitchell Objects to the Manner In Wblc WblcPersonnel Which WblchPersoaocl WhichPersonnel
Personnel of of Commission Is Specified SpecifiedWashington SpecilledWashington SpecihledWashington
Washington D C Special Mr MrJohn MrJohn MrJohn
John Mitchell litch 1I declines declinesMr Mr J Pierpont PierpontMorgans PierpontMorgans PierpontMorgans
Morgans arbitration proposition in its itspresent itspresent itspresent
present form but there is said to be belittle belittle belittle
little doubt that it will be modified and andwill andwill andwill
will then be acceptedMr accepted acceptedMr acceptedMr
Mr Mitchell has not yet communi communicated communicated communicated ¬
cated his reply to the PresidentThe President PresidentThe PresidentThe
The principal objection to this pro proposition proposition proposition ¬
position is the limitation put upon the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President in the selection of the com commission commission commission ¬
mission of arbitration Mr Mitchell Mitchelldemands Mitchelldemands Mitchelldemands
demands the recognition of the miners minersunion minersunion minersunion
union but there is no doubt that he willwaive will willwaive willwaive
waive this being satisfied with such suchrecognition suchrecognition suchrecognition
recognition as he has already secured if ifthe ifthe ifthe
the terms of the agreement are amended amendedso
so as to permit the President to make makefree makefree makefree
free choice of the arbitration commis commission commission commission ¬
sion If that freedom freedomof of choice is given giventhe giventhe giventhe
the President the strike may be regarded regardedas
as practically settled settledThe settledThe settledThe
The chief apprehension is that the thejperators theoperators theoperators
operators want Mitchell Mitchell to reject rejectitheir 4their 4theirroposition itheirproposition their theirproposition
proposition > that they presented it in In an anffensive anoff anoffensive
offensive off > nsive way for the purpose of pro proroking provoking proyoking
yoking a rejection and will not agree agreeo agreeto agreeto
to o even that modification which courtesy courtesyo courtesy courtesyto
to o the President would suggest of allowing al alowing allowing
lowing him a free selection of the com comnission commission coinmission
mission missionWhile missionWhile nissionWhile
While this apprehension as to tlicdis tlicdisosition the dis disposition disposition
position osition of the operators operators is felt it is isaid issaid is issaid
said aid that in his discussion of the sub subect subject subject
ject ect with President Roosevelt Mr Mor Moran Morgan Morgan
gan an said that he would not insist upon i itrict l lstrict rstrict
strict compliance by the President with withhe withthe withhe
the he terms as to the personnel of the com comnission commission cornnission
nission missionMr nissionMr nissionMr
Mr Mitchell in a conversation over overhe overthe overhe
the he longdistance telephone at Wilkes Wflkesiarre Wilkeslarrc Wilkesbarre
barre larrc with a friend in this city outlinedifs outlined outlinedlis outlinedhis
his attitude substantially as follows followsHe CollowsHe followsHe
He objects to the way in which the theiperators theoperators theiperators
iperators have provided for the person personicl personnel personidl
nel icl of the theeoll1mission commission Mr Mitchell de deIres desires deires
sires Ires that the President shall have a free freeand freesand freehand
hand and in n selecting this body and that he hee hebe hee
be e left to name members irrespective of ofny ofany ofmy
any ny stipulation or provisions whatever whatevern whateverIn
In n the event however that some suchirovision such suchrevision suchprovision
provision revision js is made he desires that a aepresentative arepresentative aepresentative
epresentative of the strike interests be behoen beho behnsen
hoen ho en to serve as a member memberHe memberHe memberHe
He objects to the provision that a aennsylvania aPennsylvania aennsylvania
Pennsylvania ennsylvania judge be olaced vi aced upon the theommission theommlssion theommission
ommission He saYS that this means meanshat meansthat meanshat
that hat the operators have lave in mind the theelection theselection theelection
election of a certain judge for this thislace thisplace thislace
place lace whose selection might mi ht be preju prejullclal prejudicial prejulidal
llclal to the interests of the miners minersMr minersMr minersMr
Mr Mitchell maintains that the oper opertors operl operltors op r rators
ators tors must enter into a acontract 1 contract with withhe withthe withhe
the he United Mine Workers which shall shalle sha1lbe
be e binding for a I period of from one to tove tofive to tove
five ve years To this extent he insists insistsipon insistspot insistsupon
upon the recognition of the union unionAll unionAll unionAll
All All these 1 objections Li l probably Lkl = will ll k kd be becombatelt beombated
combatelt d by the operators operatorsspecially The last lastespecially lastspecially
especially specially will be construed into a acognition areco aecognitton
reco cognition nitlon of the union and may be beserious b bserio beserios
serious serio s stumbling stumLlin block
Hague Court Decides Case is to Favor of ofUnited Of OfUnited ofUnited
United States StatesMEXICO StatesMEXICO I IMEXICO
MEXICO MUST PAY US 1420682 1420682By 1420682By J JBy
By tn Unanimous Vote the Arbitration Tribu Tribunal Trlbuoal Tribunal ¬
nal Decides A Aralast jalnst Mexico Requiring That ThatGovernment TbatOoverameat ThatOovemment
Government to Pay the United States StatesI81oooo
1820000 In Mexican Currency CurreDcyThe The Find Findings FlodIDIS Finding ¬
ings of the Tribunal TribunalThe TrlbuaalThe TribunalThe
The Hague By Cable CableThe The arbi arbitration arbitration arbitratlon ¬
tration court in the Pious Fund case casehas casehas casehas
has condemned Mexico to pay the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States 1420000 in Mexican Mexicancurrency Mexicanurrency Mexicancurrency
currency The decision of the court courtwas courtwas courtwas
was unanimous unanimousThe unanimousThe unanimousrise
The tribunal finds findsFirst findsFirstThat findsFirstThat
First FirstThat That the claim of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States in behalf of the Archbishop of ofSan ofSan ofSan
San Francisco is governed by the prin principle principle prin principle ¬
ciple of res judicata in virtue of the arbitration ar arbitration arbitration ¬
bitration decision pronounced by Sir SirEdward SirEdward SirEdward
Edward Thornton November rt 1875 1875and 1875and 1875and
and amended by Sir Edward Thornton ThorntonOctober ThorltonOctober ThorntonOctober
October 24 1876 1876Second 187 1876SecondThat
Second SecondThat That in conformity with withthis withthis withthis
this decision the government government of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States of Mexico should pay the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government of the United States
142068267 in money of the legal cur currency currency currency ¬
rency of Mexico within the period periodfixed periodfixed periodfixed
fixed by Article 10 of the protocol of ofWashington ofWashington 01Washington
Washington this sum wil cover the to total total totat ¬
tal payment of annuities due from and andunpaid andunpaid andunpaid
unpaid by the government of the Mex Mexican Mexican Mexican ¬
ican Republic namely the annual pay payment payment payment ¬
ment of 4305099 in Mexican currency currencyfrom currencyfrom currencyfrom
from February 2 1869 to February 2
1902 1902Third 1902ThirdThe
Third ThirdThe The government of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States of Mexico will pay to the gOY government gOYernment gov government ¬
ernment of the United States Febru February Februa February ¬
ary a y 2 1903 oo3 wand and every following year yearfor yearfor ear earfor
for the same date forever an annual annualpayment annualpayment annualpayment
payment payment of 4305009 of money mone of thelegal the thelegal thelelal
legal currency of MexicoThe Mexico MexicoThe MexieoThe
The decision of the tribunal was read readby readby readby
by Secretary Secretar General Ruyssenaers in inthe inthe inthe
the presence of the members of the thediplomatic thediplo thediplpmatic
diplomatic diplo atic corps their th ir wives and repre representatives representatlves representatives ¬
sentatives of the litigants litigantsDr litIgantsDr litigantsDr
Dr Matzen president of the court courtwho courtwho courtwho
who declared that a revision of the sen sentence sentence sentence ¬
tence was only possible in the event eventof eventof eventof
of n nv ff facts coming to light Ii ht thanked thankedthe thankedthe thankedthe
the representatives of the United States Statesand Statesand Statesand
and of Mexico for their assistance in inenlightening inenlightening inenlihteninA
enlightening the arbitrators He add added added added ¬
ed that while no single judge was in infallible infallible in infallible ¬
fallible the unanimity of the arbitrators arbitratorswho arbitratorswho arbitratorswho
who had so closely examined the whole wholequestion whole1lestion wholequestion
question at issue iss e was a guarantee that thatno thatno thatno
no mistake had been made madePresident madePresident madePresident
President Matzen concluded with ex expressing expressing expressing ¬
pressing the best wishes yishes for the health healthof healthof healthof
of Queen Wilhelmina and the prosperty prosper prosperity prosperty ¬
ity ty of her people who had welcomed welcomedthe welcomedthe velcomedthe
the members of the court so so cordially cordiallyMr cordia1lyMr cordiallyMr
Mr Ralston of San Francisco one oneof oneof oneof
of the lawyers in the case and Senor ScnorPardo SenorPardo SenorPardo
Pardo in behalf of Mexico thanked the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court for tile care it had given to the thecase thecase thecase
case Senor Pardo declared he was sure surethat sureth3t surethat
that so soon as his government learn learned learned learned ¬
ed of the courts award it would accept acceptit
The Frefs Committee does Carefully Cs crull1 Over OverValues OverValues OverValues
Values of Plants PlantsGreensboro PlalltlGreensboro PlanlsGreensboro
Greensboro N C Special SptcialHenry SptcialHenryFri SpecialHenryFries Henry HenryFries
Fries Fri who is engineering engine ring the cottonmill cottonmillmercer cottonmillmerger cottonmillmerger
merger is here assisting the committee committeein committeein
in eliminating from the list of 70 mills millsthose millsthose milJsthose
those not considered eligible to enter enterthe enterthe enterthe
the Southern Textile Company under the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following clause of the option agreement agree agreement agreement ¬
ment mentNo No plant plant of business shall be pur purchased purchased purchased ¬
chased in In the organizzation of the new newcompany newcompany newcompany
company except with the written unani unanipuchasc unanimous unanimous
mous approval as to the desirability of ofPllchase ofpuehase
puchasc and as to the proprietary price priceThe priceThe
The 1 he members of the committee present presentwere presentwere presentwere
were were T 1 W Pratt Huntsville Ala S SB 5B SB
B Tanner Henrietta N C John Fries FriesWinstonSalem FriesWinstonSalem FriesWinstonSalem
WinstonSalem N C C G Latta LattaRaleigh LattaRalehth LattaRaleigh
Raleigh N C C A W Haywood Haw HawRiver HawRiver HawRiver
River N C CAlleged C CAlleged CAlleged
Alleged Postofllcc Robbers RobbersLos RobbersLos RobbersLos
Los Angeles Cat Special SpecialOn SpecialOnOctober On OnOctober OnOctober
October 3 detectives detect es took into custody custodyWilliam custodyWillian custodyWilliam
William Eller alias Joe Seiderwand Seiderwandalias Selderwandalias Seiderwandalias
alias Thomas T lomas Keegan C J Melvillealias Melville Melvillealias Melvillealias
alias Morrissey and and M E Vinson ac accused aeclued accased ¬
clued of robbing small postoflices in invarious invarious invarious
various parts of Sbuthern California CaliforniaThe Calif CaliforniaThe orilla orillaThe
The Importance inlportanteof of the capture has just justbecome justbecome ju t tbecome
become known The gang is one oneknown oneknownto oneknown
known knownto to the police throughout the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States There is a standing reward re reward reward ¬
ward of 800 for the return of all the themembers themembers themembers
members to Toledo Ohio Some of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them are wanted in Virginia and others othersin othersin othersin
in New England The alleged leader leaderof leaderof leaderof
of the gang Joseph Rapley alias To Topeka Topeka Topeka
peka Joe made his escape cS ape at the time timehe tinlethe timethe
the he others were arrested arrestedMeat arre arrestedMeat ted tedMeat
Meat Packers to Combine December I IChicago i IChicago I IChicago
Chicago Special SpeclalTne The great pack packTS packers p3ckers
ers TS combine will be launched Decem Decemicr Decembel December
bel icr 1 if the money market is easy says sayshe sasthe saysthe
the he Chronicle Kuhn Loeb Co the theTew theNew theNew
New York bankers will head the un unlerwriting underwriting underwritln
lerwriting derwritln syndicate Wherever there thereire thereare thereare
are ire agencies agencies of several packers in a city cityr cityor cityar
or > r town they will be abolished and only onlyjne onlyone onlyone
one general agency will be establishedAmong estLblishedAmong established establishedAmong
Among the firms in in the combination combinationire
are ire Armour Co Swift Co Ncl Nclon Ndson Nelson
son on Morris Co Schwartzchild Schwartzchildiulzbcrger Schw1ttzchildSulzbergel1 SchwartzchildSulzberger
Sulzbergel1 iulzbcrger arn pnij others pIh
Twenty Years for Idleness IdlenessThe IdleDellThe IdlenessThe
The State Department made publtci publtcia
a report from Consul Donaldson at atManagua atManagua atManagua
Managua upon a law of the Nicarag Nicaraguan Nlcaraguan Nicaraguan
uan Government regulating and defin defining defining defining ¬
ing labor in its relation with capital capitalThe capitalThe capitalThe
The law went into effect on June J ne 30 30last JOlast 3olast
last lastA A laborer is defined as any person personmale personmale personmale
male or or female over 16 years old not nothaving nothaving nothaving
having a capital of 100 All laborers laborersmust laborersmust laborersmust
must have employers and those foundwithout found foundwithout foundwithout
without employment will be imprison imprisoned imprisonfor imprison imprisoned ¬
ed for 20 years If a laborer desires desiresmoney desiresmoner desiresmoney
money in advance his employer can cangive canIve canivc
give Ive it to him only as a loan without withoutinterest withoutInterest withoutinterest
interest to be paid by retaining one onehalf onehalf onehalf
half of the salary or r wages until the thedebt thedebt thedebt
debt is paid paidA paidA paidA
A laborer leaving his employer with without withont without ¬
out satisfactory settlement of his debt debtwill debtwill debtwill
will be imprisoned fined and obliged obligedto
to return and work it out outThe outThe outThe
The Consul says the purpose of the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law is first to do away with the prac practice practice practice ¬
tice of advancing advancinc advancin wages to laborers laborerson
on a contract which made the laborer laborera
a slave until he settled his accounts accountsand accountsand accountsand
and second to prevent idleness and andout andviciousness andviciousness
viciousness by obliging everyone with withont without
out capital to be employed employedDeficit employedDeticlt employedDeficit
Deficit Eight Millions MillionsThe MillionThe MltliogsThe
The estimates forwarded by Post Postmaster Postmaster Postmaster ¬
master General Payne to the Treas Treasury Treasury Treasury ¬
ury for the expenditures of the entire entirepostal entirepostal j jpostal
postal service during the th fiscal year yearending yearending > ear earending
ending June 30 1904 aggregate 153 S3
010520 The Postmaster General esti estimates esttmates estimates ¬
mates that the Postoffice Department Departmentwill
will provide from its own revenue revenuewhich revenueJwhich revenueswhich
which accrue from postage and other othersources othersources othersources
sources 144767664 leaving a deficien deficiency deficiency deficiency ¬
cy of 8242856 to be provided fer out outof ontof outof
of the general treasuryThe treasury treasuryThe treasuryThe
The appropriations for the fiscal fiscalyear liscalyear fiscalyear
year ending June 30 1903 aggregate aggregate13842J598
138421598 making an increase of 14
588922 for the following fiscal year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The deficiency for the fiscal Ii cal year end ended ended ended
ed June 30 last l lst was 2 2961170 JGIt7o Among Amongthe Amongthe Amongtine
the items in the estimates arc the fol following folloivlng following ¬
lowing Railway mail transportation transportation38242ooo
38242000 art increase approximately approximatelyof
of 2000000 over the appropriations appropriationsfor appropriationsfor
for the current fiscal year car pay of rail railway tailway railway
way mall clerks 11917000 carrying carryingmails carryingmails carryingmails
mails in foreign countries etc 2566 2566ooo 2566coo
ooo printing rostage postage stamps s arnps 376000 376000an
an increase of 0 84000 84000Business 84OODBuslless 84oooDuslaess
Business of 3ZI00009J SJ21ODOOlThe 5321000093The 3ZI00009JThe
The annual report of General Super Superintendent Superintendent Supecintendent ¬
intendent J T 1 Metcalf of the Money MoneyOrder MoneyOrder MoneyOrder
Order Bureau of the Postoffice Depart Department Department Department
ment for the fiscal year ended June yi 3Qlast yilast JIllast
last shows the money orders issued issuedby issuedby issuedby
by the postoflices of the United States Statesincreased Statesincreased Statesincreased
increased over the previous year 495 t95I > >
171 in number and 41007072 in inamount inamonnt mamount
amount The average daily sale of ofmoney 01money ofmoney
money orders during the year was was1o28160
1028160 1028160There 1028160There 1o28160There
There have been 2842 domestic domesticmoney domesticmoney domesticmatey
money order offices and 1843 interna international international
tional offices added to the list There Thereire Therene Thereare
ire now 34127 domestic offices and nd
5046 international offices in operation operationAlthough operationAlthouRh operationAlthough
Although nearly 41000000 orders orderswere ordersere orderswere
were ere paid involving the disbursement disbursementaf
af > f 321000000 the loss to the depart departnent deJrtInent departDent
Dent > was but 65 65Carroll 65Carroll 6sCarroll
Carroll D Wright to Resign ResignAnnouncement ResignAnnouncement ResignAnnouncement
Announcement is made here that thatCarroll thatCarroll thatCarroll
Carroll D Wright Commissioner of ofLabor ofLabor ofLabol
Labor who has ha been prominent re recntly reo reoently reently
ently in his efforts made to settle settl the tlemthracitecoal theunthracnte lie liemthracite
mthracitecoal mthracite coal strike will retire from fromoffice fromffice fromicc
office icc in about two years For 18 years yearsMr yearsMr yearsfir
Mr Wright has been the chief hicf of the theBureau theBureau theBureau
Bureau of Labor LaborHe LaborH LaborHe
He H now is engaged in some some sOln import importmt 111I inllwrtmt > ort ortlnt
mt investigations the completion of ofvhich ofvhich ofvich
vhich will occupy the two t Iwq vq years erfS JIC hc ex expects eJeects exaects ¬
pects ects yet to remain at the th head of of the theLabor the theLabor theLabor
Labor Bureau Mr IrWright Wright a 1 few ri days daysigo daysISO daysigo
igo was installed presidenttof president lof of Clark Clarkollege ClArfcCollege Cl rk rkoll
College oll se Worcester Mass ta s Mt > t the tpeex tpeexiiration e cIratlon c cliration
liration Iratlon of his service senlce with with the government govern governcent govern 1ft0VCIIInent ¬
cent he will devote dev te leis l1i entire cnt1ret1ntt cntlreitidtdto cntlreitidtdtoads tints1 to tolis tDais
ads college duties dutiesOverpayment dut ls < II IOverps > IOverpayment
Overpayment Overps eDtRetuad Refunded Refunded 10 o Cuba CubaAn CubaAn Cuba CubaAn I
An evidence of the he scrupulous scrll scrupulous > ulou accn accnacy accu accuacy accuracy
racy acy with which the theUhitedStates Uhitcd Stateigov Stateigovirnment Stilfeig s5v s5vrnment v vcrnment
irnment is dealing with IVitJrCuba Cubx iiv intfinan intfinancial inaifinanial a fman fmanial
cial ial sense was wasgiV gjvpnwjjfin given IWJIIJ1I yjcfl a a TrvAury TrvgsuryNarrant TrvAurywarrant trc1Sllrjlwarrant
warrant for or the sum um of 29295 was waslaced wasplaced waspaced
placed laced > in the hands h3mbof of Senpr Senor Quesada Qucsadahe Quesadathe
the he Cuban minister Here for rb delivery deliveryo
to o his government This sum renretents renre renreicnt renresent
sent tents an overpayment oyerp ym 1t by b the Cuban Cubanjovernment Cliltangcvernment Cubanovernment
jovernment overnment to the th United States on oniccount onIccount 0 0account
iccount of the buildings erected during hiringthe
the he military occupation and paid for fornit forout fornut
nit of United States fluids fluidsPrinted f114Pr ilyljsPrinted
Printed Pr Jtcil RjporU too Verbos VerbosThe VcrboJThe VcrbosThe
The President has hasa instructed the theecrctary
Secretary ecrctary of oJ the Navy to devise som somilan some S0l110plan someclan
plan clan by which the present tendency to toncrease toincrease toncrease
increase ncrease the number and nd size of print printed
ed d reports and documents of all 111 sorts sortsnay 80rt 80rtmay sortsnay
may nay be curbed He e eapnesses espi e pl esses esse the theipmion theopmlon theopinion
opinion that there is IS too much useless uselessnatter u uselessnatter eles elesmatter
natter and a large number of urtnec urtnecssary lU1neceasary unnecscary
scary and expensive expensiveillllstrationi expensive illustrations in inhided included iii
hided in many of the reports reportsTwo reportsTwo reportsTwo
Two Inches laebesof of Snow In Michigan MlchlxinDetroit hllchllaIetroit MichiganDetroit
Detroit SpecialSpeclals Special Specials to theribune the theribunc
TrI ribunc une report two inches tn t es of snow at atamllac atadillac
Cadillac amllac and a twohour tvOh ur snowstorm at

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