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DEFEXDS THE HOYCOTT IWCOT WOVL WOVLXOT JOUD JOUDOT I0JLXOT
XOT OT INCORPORATE 1llOIin TE LXIOXS LXIOXSrnrat lIOS lIOSGurt tNIOXtwat
rnrat twat at t the thl lnlvor t tnIycrzdIRtg tnIycrzdIRtgOld nlVr ail alsIA t ninner lnlrOne lnlrOneOld O OOld
Old tally 1e Corner m r Him 1m With 11 ItIi a aIlnent Pi Pitlnrnt Irr IrrInnt
tlnrnt Innt Ijurstlon JltstOISo utRIlOII4O So More Iort Ore GreitnthricHo OreAnthracllo rtat rtatAnthrllo
Anthracllo Anthrllo Slrll Slrlets Strikes < r He lt Prrellct Prrellctlohn Irrdlcs IrrdlcsIohn IrelIctJohn
John Mitchell MItchel president of tho Inlte InlteMine UnftrMInD niId niId1lno
Mine Workers Worlrl of America AmerlC mado madpun nn ntldrii ntldriilast nddrAIMt nI1rA
A last 1lno nigh on ° n tno tb notation of Capital Cnplal Capital1ibor I ILabor t tJAbor
IMt
Labor beforn bltorn t > forn tho Now York orl Vnlvprwill VnlvprwillClub tnlrFIt tnlrFItCllh intvprnUiChili
Club Cllh n nt tho thl Hotel loel St Dnnln Jcnil Mitchellt Mitchell lchcl wi witho WAA WAAtho
t llnnor nml WON Intro Intneluced Introducd lntrP
tho clubs cluhI club Riipst 1ft nt at elnmr Wi
P eluced nftnr attpr tho dinner dlnnlr was WUI wn over olr by b Lou LouAnnln 10111 10111Annln LouAnrin
Annln Amw Amt president prlldlnt of th thll club clubIt cll duliIt
It I was waf evident that that many of tho clubmeunherM club clubmembcri clubl clublmomberA
membcri had considerable cOlldcrbh curiosity to st stwhat Ace Acewhat uu uuwhat
what manner InnUr of ofmnn man It wns wa aA who made madenecessary rnadneceaii It ItnlceFFY
necessary nlceFFY for some Iomo of them to pay 12 2 i n to tofor ton tonfor tofor
for coal Inst lalt winter If I they eixpectc eixpectcthnt Ilxpcttd Ilxpcttdthat uxpectcthat
that this boss coal miner would wOlld show nn nnof ony onyof anof
of tho grlrnn prhnn of tho mines mlnlA thoy wero weroappointed db dbappointed di diI
I appointed Not a man ut lt the thl dinner we webetter was wasbeter wuubetter
better groomed thAn he h and many lany not cwell c Da Dael nwdl
well beter el His m evening fonln clothes cotllR fitted ftNI him hlnnnd himond lulutand
and they th y were cut by a tailor taior who kno1 kno1hla knw knwhl kno1il
hl hla > luuuuinc business whether union Inlon or nonunion nonunionIr nonlnlon nonlnlon4ir
4ir Ir Mitchell lchcl8 wt t speech wns wal vnu a 1 enlm nn nnuiopasionuto And Andlpa anuL3pauMIonut
uiopasionuto lpa lonlll argument r un1lt for what in know knowin ImownIn knowIn
in labor laLol circles ellcll rct n ar tlio tim trneln t agreement I IIt In InIt IIt
It ho aid was th salvation alalon of both lalx lalxnnd lahor lahorane IalmF
F and ane capital < plnl Deraitiso e111S0 of it striken FlrICR woul woulsteadily wouldsteullv
1 steadily steullv crow gro grot lort lortAfter I IAfle
t i After ftcr ho hail h11 road his Ii address ndereRK ho ti conp con conRented confnt
Rented fnt nt ciI lo i a nnnwer nnRII r any IIY questions 1Uut IoflH thnt t hnt hat mlglitie mlgli mlghlbe mighj
j p tie put Cc to him Thou Thei the rral ral John Johl Mltcho Mltchoshowed dItcheIl tlchel
t showed shoWI1 l cpvud himself hhn Id Ilr f iinel Inl uu yul he h < advocateel l u eloalle Ivocat tul the tl L ti nil nilof ruin ruinof i iI
I of f the ho cmplovcrs tlplofrK grit vfrM if i i f nocel nnee he Ii f to t a bring tin ng thcr thcrto I h h2r1to 1
to tyrins tlrl lie unsweinsl IIWfrl 1 glibly glhly und Inl wit witmucb witInunelu h I
I much ability Ihil uIiljt r until 111 nut Ii an In old Inily Jad arose nro am amsniil and andll anuA
A said
ll 1 wenlil e > ld ilu i > i In n lull Inl n I u story Ilon and ane ask nskquestion t n nqUI
4 question qUI quest tln kin Tho TIi hn htad IId of a I family fami fa inUy 1 know klow wn wnordered wnK wnKoreerlllw waA
A ordered by hi union 11101 to strike Ho 10 did sc scnnel soarid 0 0anll
oreerlllw
arid his hi fmnilv rlllh fttuntI woro vor r rtfhl luw < l nlinewt 111 < 1 Ii IiKtnrAatioii 10 10tnlIOI tistariatioti
anll KtnrAatioii Tin 11 wtn liliin mal nuiuu elidtit liavn hn th thinortoy Ihe Ihem ttii1n014cy
inortoy m 1n014cy tnlIOI pr lo I 1 pay III I h hi i in dues u > I in fl thu 110 union Inlol Ii 1l Finally Finallyho Flnalr FlnalrII natty nattyIi
ho II Ii o found fOi lot iiuI ld work but WJIH wa S not permitted plllltel permit td lrhis lr Iv Ivhll hihIi
his hll union Illon tolnkVlt In t o 1 Rli nItIt > 1 bicaitSH Iall l < auis ho was be behind 11 11hind
1 hind in II his hil hiPs dln I would wOlld Ilkn Ikn Mr Ir Mllchtl Mllchtlto MlcH1 tItchIii
ii to justify ju tirr this Ihl tlu unions 11101 notion if 1m Iu eon an orfit or ornt orat
nt 1t11 l < imt fxplniii pIRin it itWell I itVIl
Well Miitl Mltchiill as ho found foune him himpelf hImflf humsalt
pelf flf up un 11 ngniliht Nlie it I fl IH c Sum 1nrkn Inrl would wOllel nny nnyit In InI unyIt
it would W rauu li hi bo IIJ 1 i elilllcult dlfcult u I I iflcul t lo t o KIVO II n fnir fud r nnswi nnswito InSIr InSIrto uiuuswuito
to I that Ihlt quiHtlnn utton without wihout knowing Inowlnp nil ni Ihi Ihifucti 1110 1110fuct tuufacts
I IS1r1
facts fuct If I t hoy Ilfv are lrt a 1t as you vou say sayHlrl 1 zuy
Hlrl Slr oxflaiinixi rxel > itaituucI llu > tho tio t ho old oh lady I have havestiiUil haoItUt havu
u stiiUil ItUt whnt t I Uiuuv 1 uow 0 to t bi 1m true trueThen lrll triuPTlien
Then wl Mild t tho lit boss hO of tho t ho minors minerst minorswould mllorA I Iwould
would pny fO olc tliut Ihut hut the nmn did eld right whei wheibe whel shaibe
t be struck lt st nIck at thn I h orelor of 01 his hll union unlol Il Ilwas I Itwrong
was wrong of r tho t ho union to prnvent plnent bin lilnfroni 11m 11mtrom binfroni
WI wrl
froni K 0111 luuz nir lei t o work worl It I choulel Ihould havo reI re remitt r
t I mitt mit oil I lih hl I i i diiKM diiKMOn ii I1q4 I1q4t 1 I
t On 01 bninK tnill tAi Il Introduced Illroelucee I I it rouliieed Mitclioll utit Iilehel ehell said saidI
I nm trlul ii 10 > h IS lion1 hll lier I nil 1 uloil 11 1 to hay hnvinn h hayft
11 <
nn ft 0 opportiiiiliy 1 II < Ii I of Riylnt Irlng su yt n ur In i H Now rw P York thai thaimy thatI tutuI
I I 81 my ta PIHH1111i eil c cluIt f liui llln Liii > iiuss Is I not lot t tlio Ih liii orcnnlxutioii orcnnlxutioiiof orllll7llion orllll7llionor orcan Izat Ion Iont
I 11
t I of strlW i I abhor Htriken Hlrlkci Tln IIi 1 > v brine brinemisery IrJng IrJngI briuugI
I misery Htrtl und Ind hardship blru 1iird + hlp hI to too uiuny 111 nih n y men 111 anil anilwornim mil milWOn ttid ttidu
wornim Lanvintavor 1 am lnthvor of a I slrlltp trlel Irilct only onl when whenall wtusuut In
Jlmnlnor
u t u all WOn other iiruiiB to act et tui t1 just rights or muni munihiivo InlJr InlJrI labor labort
II 10111
t hun 11 fulled Anil uiil I nm icltid to tell HI you thai thaitlipniiitwMmllrn Ihattl tliitthAW
I tlipniiitwMmllrn thAW uuiitsrsTiindIr rlee1 brtwion Inhnrnnd labor and cnpltiil cnpltiilis plli plliI
is I tl Bvttlns gttt U1rrrHwneln hiI to bnttur ltr flvcry iy r day And I 1IIIIud 1IIIIudtb am nunI Kind Kindto
to Idl nay a thnt thll t hat I don dont t bpliovp hpltv < then tlr t hur will wil wi II uo he nny nnyinoro nn nnmarl ii a aunore
I inoro marl fcivat nit strikes slrllli In the iinthrncitti Inlhrcin coal coalnoUlK coalF o l lflldl
noUlK 11eIlgA noUlKXclthor
F A flldl Xclthor tho mine nlnl niIn workers workrll nor tho Iln operators operatorsjrot oplrlou oplrlouot opratnrsgot
got ot llhrr all they thf wanted wnnl dl us il a result rrnl of tho tIl It award nwardof
of thn thl 11 nrtiltration commission cOIIIlon but 111 ouch ouchside eachI cacttship
I side Ild will nrllrton nliiitn by I h the award won When h1 ltq It I ix ixplrps exI x x1lrpR
Illdo
plrps wi liy lliiiilntlon of tlmo tlrn tho Ihl mine workirs workirsantl workprf workprfand workrsnuid
1111t10I tmr
I hI
and thi I hI is oticrntora nr rt goIng oll to trot Irt together togethernnd t01llhlr t01llhlrIn toethetnd
nnd nd enter fnltr Into a 1 trniln Irll ncrccmont n1rIPlt for another anotherleneth Inothpr InothprItn1th itiothprlength
length Itn1th In of time ttni which will wil lnfiin ponce and andfair nnda indfair
a fair 4ieurro < to Iplre < rro tOr of proopority Jrofprlt In the thl conl t onl flfldd flflddWnrhliicnicn flr fIeldgSVrkitfltll
Wnrhliicnicn Insist IIRII upon UPOI th rleht rhIlt of con contrnctlnc on onf Ontracttli
trnctlnc Workllllll throuch Ihlollh their unions Illon and Ind they th rec recoenlo 111 11101II rcogiitp
f oenlo p the th rIght riht of tho employers enplolrH to contract rontrnrttliroiich conlrar contractthrough
through 01II trolh tliolr aBsoolatlons 1101Intlou8 Tho proper re relation rei reInUol ¬
i lation is of Ubor I It hor mid lud a ud capital ea lul will wi w ii 1 best be at attained II IItllnfd littamed ¬
tamed tllnfd mid lud id tb < liloal id11 of of trade unionism Inlonl8m will willbe wi wiltbe
be renchtd when whln thtno thffn two forcis or produc production prodnctlon prodnotion ¬
tion renchc meet mlot upon n 1 basis of nbooluto IhROhlto oiiuallty oiiualltythat eUlu IUllt IUlltthat liLy liLythat
that in if is to say FIY when whll a 1 strong strnl troti oriranlzHtlon oriranlzHtlonsupplktl orllnlzltlon orllnlzltlonlupplI orianlzstionriupplied
supplktl with an utopia uJpln rpsprve rPPI fund und undcmbrnrlnc und UnliI
I cmbrnrlnc lupplI every eet vey workman orknlm In the thE trade will willflod wi
4 11 J td 11ot1it flod ombrlfnl Iteelf It l lf facn xcii to face tlee with wih an equally efull strong strongaiwocmtlon itrongii Irng Irnga
ii t aiwocmtlon a c ilol of employers Jlloorl embracing Imbrcnl every everyemployer ftr ftrImploor everyI
I employer Imploor In t hl h trails trailsThe trde trdehl traileU
U The Th hl result rlsult of such 111 u 1 state Hlall of nffnlrs nlnlrR which whichp whichVI
ho bo that thatwithout thaiwithout thatwithout
will
i we p are now n w rapidly approachlinr npprlchh11 11
rnlhlr
VI Irl
without incorporationwhether Incorporlition whNhH w of the trmlo trmlounion Inul truieunion
Icorporllon
union or the nMociation Mioeintou of employersthe employerstheagreement emploIrlthc emploIrlthcagrocmfnt ernpioyirstticgreenlentJ
agreement 11 nrrlvnd Irrlrd at will wl be bl kept Inviolat Inviolatand inviolatoand n viola violaand
and agrocmfnt thus strike trlk and nld lockouts loekoll with their theirattendant Ihtlr Ihtlratendllt theiratteutdltt
attendant atendllt sulfprlnKs Rulrnrhll and lud lossiw 108 will wil b tH re reduced reduced reduced ¬
duced to a minimuml minimum minimumThe nuiuiiuuninTha
l The proper prop I r relation of orlahor labor nnd and capital rapltaltherefore clplal clplalthereorI capitaltherefore
therefore may relutou be h iii siunmiirlxnl Hlllllrlzft cl In one ont phrase phrnspthe phrnHthe phrasethe
thereorI the trade trldn 11 nitreeimnt IIHefllnt ii reertliul t It I t l is only itt 13 by thl thlmeans Ihlmenns t tlf4 tlf4means
means that pence may be hI established In In Industry IndUFtry industry ¬
dustry dUFtry nnd n ruall certain c rllin lay stability shutit t lhllr lity tInhllhed be Il maintained maintainedin Illntnlned Illntnlnedi tuizuitut aitlel aitlelIn
in thcso the rcliitlon It is i not lot too much IIh to tothat say saythnt Hal
i fclutonR
that tho hono Iopo of future 11111 peace 11111 in in thin thl indus Indusnlo hudustrtu1 industrial ¬
trial tht world Ih lif4 < In the thf trade trnrl ncrwincnt ncrwincntIt Ilrrrnt IlrrrntI
It must mll not nn bo h hi supposed RIPP05rd that Ihrl the th trod trndpnRrcement trod8Rrfemlnt trailsS
nRrcement I will prevent rlnt all al strikes stllkpH It will viiiuindoultiiil willundoubtedly wil
S
8Rrfemlnt undoubtedly wi minimi nllnlml7 iuil n Ito I zo these t iisi Industrial Indlstrlal mdi tat r ml con conflicts c on ontcts on11lct ¬
flicts undouhtlllr by uhvlntlne 0111111 utviat iii misunderstanding mlsullltrstandlIKH nI tiSf suat1eru a nt in gi by bynhowiHK ly lyfhowln byhowIii
tcts nhowiHK fhowln howIii fy encli uti cii cidp h1f tho po posiion poiition ltlon of the Ihl other otherby otherb otherby
by b crcntinit n more friendly 11111 > feellnc rtlm hotwcen hotwcenemployers tCtWeflemployers
employers crrntnl and 10rp employees rIPIpl fllplJyff and flnnlly tnniy hrmaking by bymaklnR hymlkln
mlkln making strikes Rtrlkl nnd lockouts lockols when they Ih do dooccur doccur doOccur I
occur ccur so 1 widespread wilHPrr general fnprll and n1 expensive expensivethat I operuslvCthat rnsll
that their Ihtlr recurrence rNlrrrn will wi be hl nvnideif nvnideifTho n avniciiThc oid oidThl
Thc Thl fnct rr act that lnl failure to reach fanh nn In iiRreemenl iiRreemenlwould IlrlInHnt IlrlInHntwouhl grcpnuerltwoo
would woo iii resuli rrr11 fjllier ii Itwr hrr In a eresit r al SI strike Irlkl rik or n I 1 Ren weliral Renrrnl Ifn Ifnril
rrnl ril ral lockout lonkoll impelsencli Imp itnpei pact side Irp to respert rptlt the thnrensonnbln IhnrROnlhln thereasonalile
rensonnbln rROnlhln UnmnndH dnmnnll of the thl other With Wlh earl enclinew earlnew nrh nrhnew
new aRreemcnl both sides stel become Irrom more moreconservative IOP IOPconsfrrn iuioeconsfrVnLivi
conservative Ilrlnwnt and more willinc wiln I to sacrifice sacrificea Raerltep Raerltepa
consfrrn lor
a part of tlielr demands and 1d with wih each act eh pass passIn IIS IISInl ti tiing
In ing year the IndtiMnes inIIIri in which whkl trails trnll nuree nureements nlrtt nitreemrnts
Inl YPlr til
ments mlntR prevail prI11 become hlnnl estnhllsheil rlnllh1 on n firmer firmernnd trlpr trlpri firmerarid
i and more Jnorl ore pernianont TnanNII foundation founllol of peace peaceAt pt ptAt pealeAt
At the thr conclusion rnllflon of the speech n man mannroFo monlfe man1U
nroFo lfe 1U OFO and nellICd asked these thlse qtirstlons qtirstlonsTo qtfHtlonRTn
To what wh extent rxttnl If any Inr should Ihoulrl labor unions unionscntT Inlon Inlonentlr umnlonNentir
cntT unit irlit irnV irnVShould js jstilOhiluI
lrlliN lrlliNholl1
Should holl1 trades trdl8 unions be Incorporated Incorprnld so sothnt 80thnt r rthat
thnt they thnll hul have 1 p tho same MIl 5fltil financial ftlllll remuponItiiliey re reHponflMlify rl
HponflMlify Ipon I Iltj us associations Jcllols or corporations corporationsof Iorpomllo Iorpomlloor i
or employers employersAre imt110 emnloversre fr frrl
Are rl re yon rOi In 11 I ii sympathy iy JIth ill lint ii y with tLt ih it the 11 t tim combina combination Iolhlnn Iolhlnntolnr uommibinnI ¬
lout I of a f lubor lii hor und capital Ii pitnl us 1M It I existed Cx istfl In InCliC480 Inlltclo in9ilclo
tolnr CliC480 lltclo to Uwilre ljtcji1iiruiIOn ion iol of the people peopleSTtt poop poopI pIojhI
tCIIn
I STtt jnr rtt1thimr > p1Vlri llh foyour first fr question flfton said saidMitchell Mid11ildwl saIdMt
Mitchell 11ildwl Mt cliiII I would say Ry that t hat labor Inhr unions unionsas InlonA InlonAIe
I as 4 BiiHislKdild Rllhltllc stmch sromld not mix up lp in politics poltiC at all allTo al allTo
Ie To support 6UPPOr this thi party prry hmart or that thlt party Jar this thisttttUTiur IhlsI thistXIDr
I ttttUTiur UilN r lhat hll iimn mll would bo fatal to t o any anyunldfl In InJ anyimnldtl
J unldfl lnl n MemborH lomh ltnIeru of jf unions ns individuals individualsshould Inlhldnal Inlhldnalhoulc individualsi1io
should i1io houlc ld lnl tI lke < n the t 11 in wime f lnp interest Intert8t in politics politicsas pltCI pltCIas
as any other ot h r good od citizens citizensKidoiUM cillPU cit hens hensl
KidoiUM I d l n TsI < 1 rtiiuinc 01111 ti tfi bo nn ant authority authorityon nuthorlr nuthorlron Imority Imorityon
on tlie tlf t1i qllstl uestioi of incorporation Incorprtion but to toghB tor tOgivnJou
r ghB givnJou ynu n dtllnito 1lnln niiKwer aUtwer I say 1 that I 111 111I nm nmnot nunI
not IIovol to It Tavortif floruf rvormuimmionaiucorprating unions uulon iucorporat ing but hut not nottlintlthoy notJ
J I I tlintlthoy may shirk thlrle responsibility TMpIHlbit Ilcorrtn Capital Capitaldoes Caplal Caplalds Capitaldo
does do not lo incorporate mcorprtf to assume responsi responsibility lelpnRI lelpnRIt remuponsiblhiry ¬
t bility but hut to evade a11 it I If I unions InlonA were er in incorporated Incrrtlc incrp ¬
corporated crrtlc crp hlr rntod it i would wOlll li I possible Fslhll to bring bringsuiL hrlnj bringt
t suiL suItsgnitist jgirinRt l mnsttnrr ovory Individual inthldlul member of oftho oftho ofthe
tho fitmions inione Ft I would wllt b lii possibln pplllto tolevtJ to toleyjuriKnicnls 10lejurtnInIR
leyjuriKnicnls lejurtnInIR levtJ udgnitmt mu mural Inel tnke lok nionH mnnl noim hnmfsetn hnmfsetni seven sevenfor oven ovenfor
i for rtotnntces dllnntK which those tho mon had no 10 part partIn II IrtIn r
In Inflictinp 1nlctn ipfllct lug I am not in favor fa r of Incor Incorporating lucorporntiimg ¬ I
porating unions unionsfo Imlonr unionsIn
prltli fo rnferonri mfNelr to tho Chicago matter I Iireflumo II Iflrtumo
ireflumo I me you jnoui me O in tho I tie comhinntlnn enmhlmlol by bytfitch h hh lyihieh
I tfitch = h the thru lift yu emt ntllorPi > loy 1 H only hired rortnln rortnlnUnion fertnln fertnlnunon ertnlnUnion
Union m mon ° n nirl 111 nun tho men Inl1 workc worlel I onlv 011 ouil for forcertain CnrI
I I unon certain rtaln ompioyprs Most rot of whnt I know knowIgot ImowIlot lcnnwVgot
J Igot from 1f1fP MrClurt frCllr Maoatin 1IOOli and I have Imvoboon hln hlnJ havebeen
Ilot boon told by h both titles Fdes that tho Ile writer wripr va vainWHuraltf tfl4 tfl4Inturat l
J inWHuraltf Inliur t T nm not In favor of any anycombinitio RW RWi amt amtcomtiiiuitini
i combinitio eombin ia which whiCh onpre ooprossos oopr sseu R thin th niibilf niibilfAnother nuhil nimiiieAnother
Another Anolhlr man nskod nRkld In sponkinn Rpnkinl of tho thobasin thohall thohaalmu
basin hall of malting mnlHn trndo nproementH orlmlntR T 1101 notlco notlcovon notiecI
I von 0111011 ignore tho law In of supply and ald demand demandDovouicnorn cfmnnd cfmnndt chemamudI
Dovouicnorn that law lawdcmnitei InwJ
I
t f J dont 1 igmmnru lorH the Inw law of supply nnl nnlrCI0ild and anddNuntld
dcmnitei rCI0ild but bltf huttj elont dont hellovo hllcvo that the thp cost costof CORtqf costof
of Inbor IIhr should jntlc depend depnrl on tho cost lRt of com commodities comI ¬
I modities mOItIp I iHiovnthat hnlo I ° UIt the UII cost rRt of com commoditkR nm nmmoditis m mmodli
moditkR modli < R should 1loule depend on the I ho cost rst of labor InlwrI
deJod
I ilo < In not 101 Ixilievd hoHfv ltiik d that tlat the the law of supply supplyunil supplvlml supplydemand
unil lml demand delnnd is II nn iron irl nnd inexorable inexorablelaw InexornbloItw
law lawI
1 Itw
I Itw1xllpl Kxeppt 1xllpl vlpt for tho old olc mdvs ladys question qleHtlon the thelast th thq ilicist
last query q r put to Mitchell tlit llclwl chtIl was WI this thl Do Doyou DoYOI DoI
I you YOI bcllovo in il tho boycott and thn closed closedHllOfl clofld clofldI closedt
HllOfl HllOflc
lIn
I t c lInUolh Dolh those thnln questions IIHtlonR umridions ho he said nil are or too toobrrwul toohoL toobroad
broad hoL to nnwor brieflybut ricO hut I will wi say R that thatI thlt thltI
I I bcliuvn h < hln 1000 men oshoclnted IJIoelntl together togetherliavi tOltthlr tOltthlrImI togetherhave
I have lln > Tight rlJhl to Uo 10 the tl snmo thing thln that thatimii thntnnll thatni
imii man mll ni 1m hu I havo a right rl ht for instance instanceto Intanc instnncto
to lc rpniB rrnstto reluisto to loil cnal < with Smith If I I dont dTt Uiie UiienimTor 1 hiohmmnr
hhlm hmmnr nimTor r bin hil methmls mfthodF My M union ulion as such suchIWM suchI neh nehR
I IWM R a right rllhl to do co ho tho Mme thing thlnj thlnjI thingj
j Tho most mo clangorous danpcrouR boycott byct however howeverw
w I I thn secondary Ice r boycott bycot and as nsltfitdnl Itfis Ittimudan Ittimudaneroth4 dan danRcroUH
RcroUH erolH great jrlat sro rfO should be b exercised exerclF1 In Inclarll inicharluig
declaring clarll it I believe helee it IH il juMifioblo juMifioblohowever jutllnble
however In some cases casesI
howvIr CR CRI CRAJ
AJ I cant at this time difoiiss di cul thn t closed closedop cloOd closet
I ttiop 101 op as al tIn subject RUhjpt rixmlres r < ulrfR but blt I bo bofSSi ho1ve b b17ue
17ue Inll In It I 3 3i5lifVe In It it 1m auuv I I l1leo l1leor bshievo bshievoat
1ve fSSi fSSinny at any In business VUfll1ncw I1 k bettor btor off of without withoutr
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150 I 50 Fifth Fith Avenue AenucSoulhwrl AvenueSouthwrtt AvenueSouthwest
C Southwest Soulhwrl Corner Cornr Twentieth Street SireetC SireetPARKS StreetPARKS Siree SireePARKS
PARKS MEN AT THE OLD TRIG TRIGTWO TRIKS TRIKSTJO TRICKJ
TWO TJO J O WORKING UUKIO IRON 1t HORKEHS I ITHE I I7tI
7tI THE 711 HOSPITAL DIS4111J11phanatIon DISAIILED DISAIILEDICxplanatlon DIIII DIIIII
ICxplanatlon I xplanton Offered OItrr That One of t Tlie Tlielimiltril TilciIutmiht 1t1
limiltril IlulPl1 Iutmiht a Woman Two Year rn Ago KO arthat ar arThat and andhat
That hat the Inlon lnlon 8 SF y No Violence ViolencePolice 1toicncPolice Iolrnle IolrnlePolre
Police Polre Cuanl uacl iiard Net Htt at All Al llnllillng llnllillngThat lulllnCI lulllnCITht ItuiIdInthat
That Tht entertainment enternlnment committee cmmittee of Ixsc LoeiNo IxscXo llcal llcalXo
Xo 2 the organization organlzatlon of Iron worke workemade workerRmode workemmacia
made famous by Sam Parks of Sing Sln Slnund Sinj Sinjand lg lgand
and now on strike really realy tries to be b enter enteitalning entertaining entettaming
taming sometime Yesterday for Ii itstance Iistance In InItnnc
stance Itnnc one of the committee commite explained expline that thi thin
n 1 workman workmll who had been beaten blaten so li liHtrlkn by byHtrlc hmutrlko
Htrlkn Htrlc pickets plekf s that ho had to go to tr trhospital tho thohospitnllnstfad thhospital
hospital hospitnllnstfad Instead of to his job was wal slugge sluggebecnuso slugge sluggetecauso
becnuso lmul ho Insulted Inlulted a I woman two years yeatagoand yearsapoand yearagoand
agoand apoand thnt the t he assault had nothing what whatever whatoer whatever
ever to do ho with tho victlmH vlctlml desire eelire to eara ear eari earn earnu
u i days dl1 pay payThere parThlro payThiuro
There Thlro were small fmal scrimmages RcrlmmgeA yesterda yesterdamorning Ylterday Ylterdaymornin yesterdamorning
morning in thti I hn neighborhood of three o othe of ofthe othe
the new downtown buildings huldlnW on which th thhousesmiths tho thohoufRmith lbliousesmiths
housesmiths houfRmith of the th Iron Irol League Lngle are ar em employed emploYId emplnyed
ployed ployedTho plnyedThu
Tho entertnlnmont cmtcrnlnmcnt committee cmmitr an anothers and andotherR anottiors
others of tlie gang Parks Parkl has left lef in Iioca IiocaNo Jlcal JlcalXo LocaNo
No 2 were wlro on hand at all al the building buildingte buidings buidingsn
tim to quit wor woranil work workanet worand
tO te n > persuade prFlado league aglo men mln
and Join the strike Itlke Offers Orers of bribes brlbA rang rangIng rangIlg ranglug
Ilg lug all ni the way from a drink to a day daypay daY1 daY1pay daypay
pay were made to get men to throw tlrow u uheir up upthI ui uitht
thI tht heir i r jobs but tho strikers trker won no con corvorts cn cnvert converts
vorts vertsThe vortsTho
The hA only two mon who didnt didnt go to won woriHthey work workni wonaMthey
ni iHthey I helntemled intended to todo do when they left their thelibotnes theirhOle theimbotmies
hOle botnes were those t so s seriously lerously injured Injurtd b btrlko by bytrlm btriki
> trlko trlm pickets that they had to betake betakeo botakento
to o tin tIl hospital hO pltal The victims were 0 0Nelson OXelaon C CNelsami
Nelson and J Sharp who ho are lre in th thrmploy the thermploy tbemploy
rmploy of A 1 R Whitney Jr k Co con contractors conIrnclors contractors
tractors who are putting pltlng up lP B 1 new banlbuilding banl bnk bnkhllelnp banihitmiltllng
building hllelnp for Harvey Flsko A Sons Sonl at at 6 6edar 62 62Ctda Ccciar
Ctda edar r bt street streetThem ret retllrn reetIlieriu
Them llrn are nrt fifteen ffteen ironworkers Iron worker employed employeim
on m n that Job Nelson Nelsn and Sharp Sharpwero wero wer tin tinast the thelaRI thufist
laRI fist to reach rach the building Imldlnj yesterday etercar mom momng mor mornng
ing ng They went walking through thrugh Ceda CedaiItreet Cedaitreet Cedorrlreet
rlreet itreet together when four men jumpeerom jumped jumpedfrom jumpecrem
from rom the thl doorway dooray of an office ofce bulldlnj bulldlnjicross huldlng huldlngncross buihdin buihdinicromus
icross the street strrt and attacked atacke them thlm Boll Bollnen Bolhmpn I3otIen
mpn nen en were knocked Imockll down and badly beaten beatenCo baten batenXo
Xo Co o policeman polcemnn was on the block and beforehe before befor beforclie
the he workmens workmlnl companions compnlonR could coule get from froithe fromthe fronlie
the he new ne building huldlng to help them the assailnts assail assailints aAI
ints had fled fledNelsons fpd fpdXelonl liedNelsons
Nelsons Xelonl hose nOf was wa broken Sharp Shar hat ho n nmd a ahnd amaci
hnd md ecalp wound wOlnelnd wound and a acut cut on the eve They Thevrere Tlev TlevWfr Theynero
Wfr nero taken to the Hudson HudRn Street Itret hospital hospitalho hospial
lie ho superintendent Ilperintendelt in il charge for or the t he con conractors co conrmictormu n ntretor
tretor ractors reported repred the assault nBult at the Old Oldilip OldSlp Oldhip
Slp hip police pUIA station Itntol and a policeman plceman was wasletalled Wl wastotalled
del drl letalled lay aied to the building buiding for the rest rst of the thelay thedrl theOhor
layOther Other ther policemen polcemen were er placed on guard guardt guar
nt t the ll new triangle trnngle building buidng at at Beaver Beavernd Blalr Blalrane Beavernd
nd Pearl streets strts called caled the downtown downtownlatlron dowtown dowtownFlatron downtownIatfron
ane latlron and at the new office ofc building buildinghat buildingthat
hat Flatron Milllken Milken Bros BrA are an putting puttng up In Pine Pinetrert PineltrrfI Pinetrcet
ltrrfI trert lust klt east Inlt of William WilliamTho Wiiam WiiamTho WilliamThe
Tho Remington Construction Con8trcton Company Companyas OmJay OmJayhl
hl as the con contract contrat tract for or the tlJ now Flatiron Flatron They Theynvo Tey Theylava
1110 lava Eflventyflve Sentfo men at work wort and these theseindo thff theconade
indo too big a 1 gang for the strikers strlktrl to toacklo totaeklr toackle
taeklr acklo Hut Dut the jang pickets made RO 1 much muchrouble muchtrouhle muchromihlci
rouble around there shouting at lt men from fromcross fromaroA fromross
aroA cross tho street that that the superintendent superintendenteporte uuumpertntendonteported uprltendent uprltendentreprttl
reprttl eported eporte > d to the pollen plco and two extra cops copspro Cpl copsero
wfro pro sent unt over to drive drle tho strikers strikerl away awayOno awayOno
Ono of Sam Hlm Parkss ParkA1 old men on guan awaf in inront Infront inront
front ront of the Pine street Ilret building buidIng told about abouthf abut abutthl abouthe
thl hf assault ILault on Nelson SelRn and Sharp SharpThnt Shar SharpThat
That didnt have anything to do with the thetrike thetrlke thetrike
trike said lald tho picket anythinf Our organiza organizaion organizaton
ion Local Lcal No No2 2 has given strict orders ordersgainst ordersa ordersgainmut
a ton gainst llnFt violence lolln but hit its IR nobodys nobodY1 business businessa
If a I mnn gets pets n 1 licking Illtng on a private prate grudge grudgefow gnJdgeXo grudgeiow
Xo fow that man Nelson Nflfn got his licking lcking for forisultinp forInsulinl forisulting
Insulinl isultinp his wife two two years eorA ago agoInsulting agoInultng agoInsulting
Insulting Inultng his hif own wife wifeWhy wifeWh witeWhy
Why Wh of course courR not not A mans got ft ftight 1 aighit
rlpht ight io to insult Inult his hif own ow wife Nobody Nobodyrould Nobr Nobrwould Nohadyotild
would lick lck him for that Nelson NelRn insulted insultedtie Inlul
the tie wife ifo of the Iht man mal who gao him the lick liokig 10k 10kII lickig
II ig this morning And the other fellow fellownppened felow felowhnp fellowappened
hnp nppened nNI to bo b a meml member > er of our local localut locnlbut localUt
but ut that thatdidnt didnt have anything to t todowith do with wlh it itTOLD It ItTOD itTOld
TOLD TOD TO SHOOT 1101 TO KILL KILLonlnlon KIUSonnton KILLonUnton
onlnlon Employers mploel of the Indlanapolli IndlanapolliFoundry Indlnapoll Indlnapollountr IndlanapoliFoundry
Foundry ountr Armed for 101 or Protection ProtectionINDIANAPOLIS Potecton PotectonINDIANAPOLIS ProtectionINfltAAPOLTS
INDIANAPOLIS Nov No 23 23To 23Thn Tho strike strke of oflie ofthe ofIme
the lie union men employed emploo at the Indian Indianpolls IndlannplA Indianpolls
nplA polls Foundry FOlndr assumed aRsuml a serious Irlous aspect aspectaday 8pec aspectnday
aday when the nonunion men were werermed werenrmC wererined
nrmC rmed < 1 with shotguns Ahot unR and revolvers revolveI and andild andlole andold
lole old to defenel deflnd themselves themsele against the thetrikers theRtrlker thetrikcrs
Rtrlker trikers regardless re ardlll of consequences cnseuencR andto and andto andto
to shoot shot to lull 11 as one of the nonunion nonunionlen nonunlol nonunlolmln
mln len exprossoJ it itThe I itlime
The company mllI signed flgned n contract with withlie wih wihIhe withbe
Ihe lie union several Heerl months ago in which whichwas whichIt whichsais
It was wn ngre agrrl agreed > ed that there should sholid be b no dlsrimination dls dlAormlnaton disrlminatlon
ormlnaton rimination against the union This Tle was wasallowed Wi wasollowed
folowed allowed a week ago with wih a demand that thattie thatthe thatho
the tie nonunion nonlnlon men bo b discharged discharge and andhen andwhen andthen
when hen this was wn refused refl8e the union employees employeesrent employl employlwent
rent on strike The Te company compny employed employedonunlon employednonunion employedonunion
nonunion men and set Rt aside nide one wing wingf
of f the factory in which to house hous the the men menn mentcn menen
tcn en n men Iln being belnp employed day and night nightguard nightC
10 C > guard tuard them themToday themTodn themToday
Today Todn a teamster tenm ler who wo WM battlIng baullngnm oulng i iROm
ROm nm of the factoryn products to the freight freightlatlon frol freightlation ht htlatlon
latlon was wal held up by b the strikers Itrlker and aneltirentened andthrlatcned antibrcntened
thrlatcned tirentened with wih death if ho was wn foundcorkIng found foundorking fOlnd fOlndworking
working for the ex cmpn company > mnany rain rainWo r gain gainWe aln alnWe
We Are determined to run an open openliop openhap en en8hop
8hop hap wild Manager Dissetto DIRleto today toda and andrhilo andwhlo anddmih
whlo dmih rhilo wo promised not to discriminate discrimlnatogalnst discriminategainst dlRcrmlnato dlRcrmlnatoagnlnt
gainst organized organizo labor we are also al o de deTrained deIrmlnld dormined
Irmlnld Trained that tmt unorganized Inor anlze men shall shal not notho
ho 0 discriminated discrminated against Of course courseic CUII CUIIthe courselie
the lie ic housing and feeding fOding of tho men mc and andle 8nl 8nlthe antihe
the he le hiring of guards g unrdA is II expensive expenRIe but it i ItI
Is I 1 not n question of expense Wo are or fight fightig fght fghtIng fightrig
Ing ig for a principle princple and we will wi wincI4Z1X win winSEAM winSBUI
SEAM SBUI cI4Z1X EX IX COXVEXTIOX COXVEXTIOXnine TETl
011 nine to Organize or lnho Sea lea Cooki Here JrrIne JrrIneWoman hereLone hereLoneoman tx > ne neWoman
Woman oman an Honorary lonoru Delegate DelegateThe ntletr ntletrThe icIeaeThe
The first frt convention convlnton of tho International Internationaleamons IntcrAtlonal IntcrAtlonalSfnmOn8 Internationalcameos
SfnmOn8 cameos Union of America merlc over hold InmIs In Inils Inthis
this ils city cl l began > egan gstcrelay gtenly at the Ashland Ashlandouso AshlandLouise
10110 Louise ouso and will wi last laft all ni week Fortytwo Fortytwoolegnten ForhtwodlegntP Fortytwoelogates
dlegntP olegnten representing a membership membrlilp of ofrOOO ofooo
20 rOOO ooo attended ntfnded Thn ho organization orgnnl7ton take takei t takes
I 1 i sailors saior marine firemen fremen pea fca cooks marine marineinwards mlrlne mlrlnetoward marinetowards
inwards and fishermen fRhennln on the Atlantic Atlanticrjd Atantc Atantcm
m rjd Pacific Pacifc coscto and in tho ho Lake Lkt and Gulf Gulfistrlcts GulfdistrlclR Gulfistnicts
istrlcts President r < ldentpcnJo Penjo of Chicago Chapo called cli
the 10 convention rnentlon to order ordt Tho day dy was wnspent waspent
spnl pent lunppolntingcommittccfl lunppolntingcommittccflAccording In npolntlngcommlte npolntlngcommlteAcorlng appoint lug committees committeesAccording
According Acorlng to Treasurer resurr E Andersonho Anderson AndAln AndAlnwho
who ho come coml from Son Francisco I mnclsc much muchthor muchatenton muchttentlon
atenton ttentlon wi will b be p1on gIven to organizing thor thorTho thoroUj1ly timertightly
tightly the s sea cooks In this port The Thonly Theonl Theniy
oUj1ly
onl nly woman omn present prlnt Is Llllio Lile pr Anderson Andersonnughter Andorn Andorndaughter Andersonatighter
daughter oftho treasurer tre lrer who comes come as a aisltor aiRior aleltor
isltor iRior but waR made an honorary delegate delegateA
A O GurantN iaranteed t ntcrd Core for Flit FlitIlrhtni IIM IIMrhlnr SlIestiehtnf
Ilrhtni Iillncl Ilnd lllrrillne l llllor or Vrotrudiim Protruding Prrdlnr Pilesour Piles Pllraour Ilt Ilti
our druerlBt I will lefund money II PAZO OINT OINTEXT OINTfIT
EXT i ItAi tails to currou W In i g e lo Wa WaAl U days Al fOn tOcAth Atr
LAUOR UMPIRE UU1lW HOUXDEO HOUXDEOMan IUIEVII
Man II Who Uho Decided D cldrd Between Drtwtrn Wood Worn Wornand Yorkand orlr orlrand
and Carpentrri Captntrr Tells TtUI of lilt II Wow WowBOSTON 10 10BOSTON WoesB08T0U i
BOSTON Nov 23 23The The grievance co comlttee cm cot cotmittee
mlttee mlte of the American Federation Foderaton of Lab Labreportod Laireported Lbor Lborrpred
reported rpred to tho tlo convention cononlon todayon toao on t tdispute the thedlsputo t tdispute
dispute between btveen the Amalgamated Wo WoWorkers Wood WoodWorleers WoiWorkers
Workers and the United Brotherhood BrotherhoodCarpenters Brlherlood BrotherhoodCarpenters of ofCnrntel
Carpenters Cnrntel and Joiners Jolnsrsln In which tho form formcharged forncharged forer forercharge
charged charge the latter later with wih getting gotlng their unto untoto unlonA unlonAtt unlot
to t Join the carpenters earenter and joiners T Tcommittee Tho ThocommIte Tcommittee
committee commIte declared delard that tho claim of t tcarpenters tho thocarpenter tcarpenters
carpenters carpenter that the doalslon of P PDowney PDowney J
Downey of Albany N Y the umpire umpir i ilooted II s sIoctedatthoNow
looted lecto IoctedatthoNow at the Now Orleans conventlonshoi conventlonshoibo eonventonshoull eonventlonshouboast
boast bo set aside nRldewas was unfounded unfo nded and that thDttho tho d dclslon c cclslon de decision
clslon should be upheld upheldMr uphtld uphtldfr upheldMr
Mr fr Downey Downy declared that because 1 1decision hil hildcllon Ii IidecisIon
decision dcllon was adverse ader e to the carpenters carpentershas corpenter ho I Ihas
has hal been hounded by them all al over t tcountry tho thocountr tI tIcountry
country countr had boon defeated for office officethorn ofce by bythem I Ithem
them and that after the testimony tOltmony upi upiwhich upon uponwhich tipwhich
which tho decision was Wf based baBd had been tak takhe talen talenhe takihe
1 1left Ho Holeft I Iheft
he was shadowed by the carpenters carentel
left Indianapolis Indiapls to avoid them themSHOTS themUTS thorn81107S
SHOTS FRIGHTEX RIOTERS RIOTtRSChicaio RIOTERSChlcaco ROTIRS ROTIRSChleKo
Chlcaco Police Polce Fire In the he Air Alr10Irnce Alr10IrnceIn tlolen tlolenIn
In the Street Car Strike StrikeCHICAGO StrlkrCncAoo StrikiCiucoo
CHICAGO CncAoo Nov 23Tho 23 Tho street car cr stri etrilsituation strisituation strike strikesItuation
situation Is still Itl unsettled unettled at mldnlglThere midnight midnlgliThere
There were conferences cnferenc all al day and th thare they theynro thu thuare
are being bing continued cntnue tonight tonightState tonlghtState tonightState
State street cars cr ran today for thefli theflitime the frt frttime fir firtime
time since slnc tho strike began but after afterday aCfr afterday a aday
day of violence the company cmpany withdrew withdrewthe withdrrthe cvlthdrethe
the the cars earl this afternoon attoroon Heavy Hla7 detach dotadinenta dotacinents detachmenls
inents of police poleo guarded gtardo the cars cr anelt aneltpolice and tho thopolc th thpohlco
police polc were wer called cali on frequently frequenty todlsper todlspermobs t to dlspere dlsperemobA disport disportmobs
mobs mobsSexeral mobsSeveral
mobASveral Several Sveral shots shot were fired fre Into Int the air 1 1tho bv bvtho ii iithe
tho police plce to t frighten the rioters rlotlrA A nutber nut num numbr nunber
ber br of strike Itrike sympathizers were clubbi clubbiby clubbNIby clubbeby
by the police polce at Thirtyninth Tllrtynlnth and Stat Stastrejets State Statestmeta Statstreets
streets stmeta when they the refused rpfused to dispcre dispcreThree disPre disPreTrr dispersuThree
Three Trr rioters wore arrested arrestedDuring Irlttd IrlttdDuring arrestedDuring
During the day several persons Irsns were werhurt werehurt veerihurt
hurt car ca windows were smasheel RmnhNI and tl tlislot tlslot tho tholot
slot lot plugged In numerous numtrnus places Miniacts Mini Minor Minornts Mincacts
acts nts of violence violenc occurred along alon the th rout routof route8 route8of routof
of the Wentworth avenuo Indiana Inelana avenu avenuCottngo avenue avenueCotago avenuCottage
Cottage Cotago Grove avenue and anl Halstcel strut strecars Itret Itretcarl strutcars
cars carl all al of which lines Ine were In operation operationXOXVXWX opraton opratonOfTIO operationxOsiTxIQ
XOXVXWX OfTIO MEX U II E SHOOT SHOOTPat 5110T 5110TPot ShOOTPut
Pat a Crowd of Rioter Rlottr to KllEntWonnelliTwo KllEntWonnelli 1111ht olndlnc olndlncTo
Two To Tn o of Their TIlr Assailants AssailantsCHICAGO AssailantsCHIcAGo ants antsCmcAoo
CHICAGO Nov 23Ilroiighit 23 23Brought Brought to bay by I1 I1a ly ba
I a hundred hundre union H sympathizers Rpathlzer > who we webeating won werobntng wonbeating
bntng beating them and stoning stonln them two non noiunion nonunion nonunion
union mon drew their revolvers molel under th thChicago Iho IhoChicgo UiChicago
Chicgo Chicago and Northwestern Northwtttr tracks nftf aftebeing nftfbeing aflr aflrbing
bing being chased chQed from Front and SangamostreetM Sangamo Sangamon8trlel Sangomotstreettu
8trlel streetM > at lt 7 oclock ocock this thll morning mominj and tIred tIredInto firecInto Ire IreInto
Into the crowd Two jv men mln fell fel at tho fin finihotfl frst frstfhotR firsshots
fhotR shots seriously lrlously Injured They hy were wlra Michae Michaerallaghan MichnelCallghan Mlchnca1haghan
Callghan rallaghan and ald Anthony Anthon Szyrnunski SzyrnunskiEmboldened SzyrunlklImhldene SzyrnunskiEmboldened
Emboldened Imhldene by their SUCCOSH IUCCed the non nonunion no nonunion n nunion
union men advanced toward the crowdfining crowe croweIring crowd crowdfrln
frln fining rapidly rpidly The rioters rlotlr broke and ratfho rat rn rnTo ranFho
To fho nonunion men then ellsappearei ellsappeareiflioy < lisappoarodFhioy IRppred IRppredTl0Y
Tl0Y flioy have not l ben been > een seen since The non nonmion nonunion nonanion
union employees Imploeo said Inld to havo done th thihootlng Iho IhoRhootng liiiuhooting
Rhootng ihootlng are old employees < plorel of the compan companit compnnr8t
8t it the Chicago Chlcajo tannery tanner In North orth Sangtunoitreet Sangnton Sangntonstret Sangtunoi Saimgarnorit
stret stretCOTTO it reel treetCOTTOX reelCOTTOV
COTTOX COTTO MILL 11 WAGES ClT ClT3OOO T
8200 3OOO Operatives Opera OperatteAfreetrd tns Affected AtfltPd but blt Vo t SIR SIReif Sliof In Inor
eif a Strike Is Shown ShownBosOX ShownDS10N Show n nBos1o
BosOX DS10N Nov Xo 2 2The The first frRt of the the numer numerus numerOl numnterama
Ol us reductions rlucUon In n wages wagel announced ii iihe in inthe Inlie
the he cotton ctton mills mis of southern aoulher New England Englandintl Englamnd EI lond londand
and nd at at half n eloen places outride of o that thaMrltory tlat tlattrtor thaternitory
trtor Mrltory went Into effect elOt in all ni hut one Fal FalUver Fal FalFilter
Filter orporation orraton todav though abou
3000 operatives had their thllr pay cut dowi dowii downper dowior
30 i per or oleratv cent rnt no general Ienerl strike p occurred oCurro it itiny II lii liiny
any iny mill mi the vast at miiorityrif m mtionity iort of textile txtl workeriecognlylng workeri workenieeognhimig orke1
reognidng ecognlylng that the great jrot cost of cottoi cottoind roton rotonand coUnrmd
and nd an unsatisfactory unltllrntor poofls mprket mlrklt would woulcoiato woule wouldupemato
ofllate upemato < oiato agaInst the Hticces lucceq of any on uulicn madieltsp ladicalFtpp uulicntpp
Ftpp tsp
The reduction rducton affected aectNI seventyelghl seventyelghlillls Bentyelght BentyelghtmiiA
miiA illls In Fall Fal River owned ownl by thlrtysovei thlrtysoveiorporotions thlrlyeen thlrlyeencrporaUons thirtyseverorporations
crporaUons orporotions Sixty mills mils are print cloth clothictories clothfactoref clothactories
factoref ictories controlled cntroled bv thirty thlrty companies companieshe companiCI companiCIThe
The he soventyelght fwentylght mills m11s employ nearly nearljSOOO nearl
SOOO hands The Fall Fal River Iron Works Workspcratlng Worksopratng Worksperutlng
250 pcratlng four tOlr print print cloth mills m18 will wi cut cutown cutdown cutown
opratng down own wages on next Monday tho day day when wlierearly whennearly whenearly
early all ni Rhode Island Iland and Connecticujanufocturers Connecticut Connectcut Connectcutmanunturtrl Connecticutmnufacturers
manunturtrl janufocturers adopt aopt the lower schedule schedulene Rheult
Te ne he cut ct in Now Bedford Before will wi occur in two tweeeks toek tworeeks
reeks reeksWhen eeksWhen ek ekWhen
When the last lnt reduction reucton In mill mi wagerccurred wager wageRoccure wagesccurred
ccurred In New England Egland there were serious serioustrlkes IrOUI serioustnikes
occure strikes None Non Is I expected oxpcW this time timeSTREET tme tmeTREET timeSTREET
STREET CARS DVXAMITED DVXAMITEDAttempt mAITEI mAITEIAtempt I11tihITEIttempt
Atempt Attempt to Kill lOl Crews rewf Who 1ho Have lan Left lrt th thUnion tht the theUnion
Union In Ran an Antonio AntonioSAN AntonioSAe ntonloSAN
SAN ANTONIO Tex Nov No 23 29Trouble 29TroublehI 2STroumbleas Troubl Troublas
hI as broken out again a nln In the street Itret car cr strike strikend Itrlke Itrlkennd strikend
nnd nd last night three thr attempts alemptl were made mndiwreck mde mdeto
to > wreck wrk cars cr filled fled with wih passengers penglI bj bjI1T hy hyblowing bylowing
them with Ith dynamite On OnLCUAt Onooust
blowing I1T tlf thpm fci Viaa u up f ii tvta drnmle j uiittit VJ VJocust
LCUAt ocust street strt a cartridge ctridge wan wn exploded explodP b bcar by bya bycar
a car passing palng over It I The he force forc of the ex exloelon explOlon oxlosion
plOlon loelon threw thrw the car from the > track and tor torholn tor tore torehole
a hole a foot deep dep In the street strtet No on onas one onems I
as injured injuredOn
Injur
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On San Sn Pedro Per avenue and Arkansas ArkanRI Btre Rtrtt Rtrtttwo street streetuvo > c cITO
two ITO other othlr attempts atempts similar Rln iar to the first frt one oniere onewere onerere
were ere made hut no 10 ono was hurt hlrt All Ai three thrcif thmoof
of f the cars cr were manned mnned by crews of metho men menwho menrho
who rho ho have left the union and returned retured to ttrork toork tocork
cork corkMeKecaport rorkMrKmport orkIIKlpr
MrKmport IIKlpr Mllli III Start Htat Ip A B ai aiPirranuito In InPlTTsnnno lnPrrs
PlTTsnnno Prrs Uo Pa Nov 23 23ThoulndR 23Thousands Thousands o omployees of ofemployc ofmpioyeeuu
employc mployees of the big mills mis about abut McKews McKewsort McKeosort lclPs lclPsprt
ort returned reture to t work this morning morlnp after nften afteran afterfl
prt an n idleness IdlteM of several sverl we wlks weeks > eks anel other ollfrs ollfrswi othiuritill
till 111 go on tonight tnight Operations Opratons wen wensumex wreresume wereesumed
wi esumed sumex in full ful at the Carnegie Careglo steel Rtel works worki worksI worksDuqueene
resume i Duquesne The blast blnt furnaces furacI also als will wll3sumed wi willpen
I pen this wek week Te The Natona National Tube Works Worksresme Worksesumed
opn 3sumed and nd additional aditonal men me were er put 01 01t on onat ont
resme at t the W Dowees Dewe8 Wood Woo mill mi The Te Port Foruo PortVuo Portruo
Vuo ruo uo Tinplate Tplate Works started tartd this mom momig mor morng
Ing ig g and the te mills mUs at Dernier will wU open opn nex nexland next nextMonday nextlonday
Monday MondayCOPS londayCOPS land ay ayCOPS
COPS IN CAR AFTER A CAR CARhate CABChale CARbase
Chale hate and Escape Fcpe Follow Folow a Duel lull Will WillWhips WIllWlmlps I I
Whips 1hlp on nronrtw nroatr nroatrA flroadwaA y yA
A Broadway theatre crowd crwd saw RW n whl whluel whip whipuol hip hipduel
duel uel between btween two cabbies last lalt night nlJht andan and andn
Police Lieutenant Lieutenantlayes LieutenantHayes Lieutenantlayes
an n exciting exctng chase ch by Polce
layes and a detective detctve In another cab after afterne aCer aCerone afterno
one ne of them who had been ben placed placd underrrost under underrrost undernrreat
rrost and Ind who got away awayThe awayThe awayThe
The audiences audlenc from Dalyfl and from fromIelxsr fromWeher fromeber
Ielxsr A Fleldss woro just just coming comlnp out outhen outwhen outrhen
when hen two drivers drerl tried tr d to break into tho thonrringe thocrriage timemtrniage
crriage nrringe line Ine at TwentyninthBtroet Twenlynlnth lreet Each Eachf Fach Fachof
of f them let loose loole n torrent of profanity profnnl at attin attho atlie
tho tin other Then both drew their whips whipsnd whipsand
and nd began lgln slashing Rlashlnp at each other otherOno otherOne otherOne
One of them suddenly sud onh stood up in his hiant hl1 hiseat
eat nt and struck Itruck the other othe with wlth 11 tlio butt buttnd bltt blttend buttml
end nd of his whip inflicting Infcting a gauli gth below the thoye theOYI theye
OYI ye yeInspector Inspector nBpttor Walsh Wnlh who wits In the crowd crowdrelnreel crowdordnrld crowdrlnred
ordnrld relnreel a policeman to t arrest him him Theollccmnn The Thopolcemnn rimeolicemari
ollccmnn caught mlght plcman hold of the the horncs hol1 bridle bridlend hrdle hrdleand bridlend
and polcemnn nd nd started ltrte to t lend him to tho We Wft Vest > st Thlrtl Thlrtlth 1hir 1hircth Thirtitim
cth th street Ftret police plc station etationAs etnlon etnlonAs stationAs
As they tht were wer turninc tlrlnt into Int Thirtieth Thlrlfth street streetIto trtt trtttho
tho Ito 10 cabman struck trlck his horse horo n sharp cut cutho Clt Clthe cutImit
ho borne hore reared knocking knoeklnl the policeman policemanown plceman plcemandown
down own Then rcnrlc tho cabby hit his horse horl again againnd alain alainand againnil
and nd started Ftrttl on a 1 nm eastward cotwar through throughhirtleth throl tlmrotmgimhirtieth h hThirtieth
Thirtieth street streetLieut streetLiout trplt trpltlt11
Lieut lt11 liuyrH Un and Dete Delpcto Detect > ctlvo ivo Hay RY Has who whoiw whof who1W
iw this last incident jumped JlmpCd Into irmtonnother irmtonnothertt another anotherib notherrb
rb f tt ib and gavo 0 chase chaR At Fifth Ffh avninm avemmumoIn alll
tho 10 fleeing frln cabman turned lured north norh with a ax I Ipod aOI
x OI l load loadAt IradAt lendAt
pod At Thirtyfourth Thlrtfourth street trett there l1rp > wo Wi tas a 1 jam jamcarriages jamof jimmnr
of r carriages about abut the th WaldorfAstoria WaldorfAstoriaid WaldorfAftorl WaldorfAftorland
and id mrrlalR the pursuing rtolicenim polCmll there ther lost IOI track trackthe trde trdeof tracicthe
of the tht cabman cabmanJOTTIXGS Cbman Cbman1TTIXml cabmanJTTIXiS
JOTTIXGS 1TTIXml AROIT AnOT TOWX TOWXPolice TOl TOlpo TOII TOIIpotlceComrniMuoneraruieneyesterday
Police po potlceComrniMuoneraruieneyesterday oCmmIMlonr Commissioner Oreene yesterday Vt trdar appointed appointedur aplltnltr
rour ur newaergeanw and marie mr ten ttl patrolmen palrolvtl rounds roundsen mndni
en uwftrltanl The new sergeants are nr William Brown llrownthe Browntime
rbn rbnrtW rtW l m La LaPltrln
ni the West I stxlyelRhtu igr street station Lawrence Lawrencekttemon Lawreneitierson
kttemon of the Hamilton Hamllon avenue station Brook Brookn
Pltrln n Edward U I Mason of the Health Squad Brook Urookn Drol
l n and John j gao Earley rWbheI ot the Harbor h police politee 1
e
FULLER CO ci FIGHTS F OHTSTHE THE UNII UNIIISr UNIN UNINIIST UNIOL4ST
IIST ISr Fill IEV FflIED EXIt PARKAS 1Ul S OLD Hit HitHAD j jA 4ILhhID
HAD A RETIRES DISGUSTED DISGUSTEDNatnrdayi DSGUTIW DSGUTIWHalurdl1 DISGUSThISaturdays
Saturdays Halurdl1 Strike Order the Last Sir SirCompany Htraw Sirs SirsCompany I
Company ompan May Ia Try T to Join Le Lplue LplueTak1 Leal LealTakes i iTakes
Takes Tak1 New Men In ami ane Il 11 lirs r strIke StrlkOut Striker StrikerCltUuehanan strIkeOtithluehanans
Out CltUuehanan Otithluehanans lluchanani Strike ltrlke a HrWith Hr FIziJitii 7Jt i
With itii Ham m Parks in jail Jai time George GeorgeFuller OeorgoFlior GeorgeFuller
Fuller Flior Company Ompany yesterday Yfsttray for the fir flitime tr firtime t ttme
time tme since it mado Its 1 April Apri agrcemo agrcemowith olreemont olreemontwith agroemowith
with Pnrkss Pnrls old union now no always roforr roforrto refored reforedt reforrito
to t an Local Lcal No No2 2 arrayed Irryel Itself I elr square squinroagainst squareagainst Cunrol Cunrola 1 1It
against a llnst the thl union yesterday and nne will wi oppo oppoIt oppoe
It tooth and nail nailThe nai nailrtme
The union ordered strikes strlees on tlio tim Full Fulljobs Fllor Fllorjobs Fulljohson
jobs johson on Saturday suturdu An soon AS R tho com company companyncertlned comparascertained pat patascertained
ascertained ncertlned yesterday YCterdny morning that tl tlstrike tho thoItriko tistrike
strike Itriko order was Wf being bing obeyed It began beganarrange bogarterramigo to toanango
arrange anango oror for filling fln the places plaCn of the strike strikewith strikewltbm trlkerA trlkerAwith
with members of tho new Houseemlth HouseemlthUnion 10uscmiths 10uscmithsUnion IlouseemithUnion
Union of Now York It I Is now regarded i iwithin a aithln ivithmiii
within the range of probability probblty that tl tlFuller tho thoFulpr thFuller
Fuller Fulpr company rmpn will 1 seek admittance odmltanco to t tl IiBuilding tlBuilding tho thoBuiding
Building Buiding Trades Trde Employers Associatic Associaticand Associaticand s otlaton otlatonand
and join with Ith the the Iron League and Its it figl figlagainst fght fghtajalnst figIagainst
against ajalnst the former Parks Parkl union unionStrikes unionStrikI tmrmionStrikes
Strikes StrikI are now scheduled chlulen on all al tl tlFuller tho thoFuler tiFritter
Fuller Fuler contracts contmct outride olw lde of the city < t as a pa paof part partot paof
of the International InternRtona I strike ttrleD ordered ordere orderedPresident t tPresident by byPrlident
President Prlident Buchanan It 10 was made plain yeterdav ye yeterday y yterdny
terday however that the great jrct strike strikeareadv strikeareadv II IInrlach
areadv nrlach a 1 fiasco laco The trot League Iaple est estmated est eatmated
mated mate that Its 111 tt members membr8 had toss O eec titan to noamen tomen 0 0men
men worlilni worlin r In oltslilo olltstlo oil teitin ciiea ctie ci P The TII Fuli Fulicompnnj Fmi nl Ii Iicompany < r rcmpnn
company cmpnn which whih ha baa one or two large larlf ot otof 011 otof
of town rortrnts rotrt has ha less lell than SCO 6 ire ireworker iron ironworkp ircworkeN
worker ompoyoil fmp1oyol on thorn tlornFrancis tlomFrancil thornFrancis
Francis Francil D Jackson Jnclfn general generl manager managertho of ofthe I Ithe <
the Hecla Iron Works Workt in Wllllamsburi Wllllamsburirecelve Wllamshurj Wilhiamshurireceived
received < l a telephone messaRO les a o from tl tlcompanys the thecmpanys Itcompanys
companys cmpanys representative rfprelntatie In Boston yeste yesteiday yesteday ytstlr ytstlrda
day da that seventy iron workers employe employeby pmployedby
by the company rmpany on a Boston contract hn hnrefused hnd hndrefuRl himreftmsed
refused refuRl to obey oby Buchanans Buchanlnf strike orelc orelcMr onlerMr ordeMr
Mr Jackson Jnlt801 was wo further Informed that tli tlireason the thereln tlireason
reason reln the thl men refused refufd to go on strike strieo wu wutheir WI webecause
ocaulo because tho they were prfot perfectly tatilfed satisfied satisfiedtheir with withthei
their lot lotPresident lotlr hotIresirlent
thei President lr lidfnt 8 P 1 McConnell IConnel of the Fullc Fuhieeomnpalmy Fullccompany Fulfr Fulfrcompany
company had a talk with wih one or two merrbers merr membfl meirhers
hers bfl or the Ihl Iron League Lague yesterday abou abougetting abut abutgeWn abougetting
getting men from the now le Housesmithi HousesmithiUnion Houlsmihs HoulsmihsUnion IlomisesmithiUnion
Union of New York He le was WI referred reflrred t tIts t tits
Its Is tcretlry secretary P 1 C McOuIre Mcuire who ho guarantee guaranteeto guarantC
to supply the tti company cmpany with all al tho me meIt mel meit
It needed l1xJ II I I numl nmimber > > er r of men were wlre put I Ithe In Inthe Itime
the places of strikers strlkert on tho building buldmg o oFourteenth at aFourteenth
Fourteenth Jourtlcnth street stret and Sixth avenue an antho and andtho anthe
tho places plB1 of tho other strikers slrlkerl are expeeled ex expeel1 cxIOCtl
peeled peel1 to l he > o filled fle In a day or two twoTo twoTo twoTo
To a SUN reporter President President McConne McConneannounced McConnel Mcbnneanmmounced
rportr
announced 1 emphatically emphatcaly yesterday YllterlY that hwas h hwas he hewa
was wa through with wih Local Lcal No 2 for good goodHo god godHo goodHo
Ho admitted that he had seen Ien some fme mem members memIwrs menhers
hers nmiUt1 of tho Iron Ir n League Iauo and that thlt hewn howanegotiating ho hewnnegotiating wa
negotiating ulotating with tho now Housofimltlu Housesmithstmmiomm HousofimltluUnion HouR mlhl
Union Asked If the Fuller Fler compan companwould compauwoule compammwould
would seek ek admission to the employer employerassociation employeraafclaton employersassociation
afclaton association woule and nut the Iron League Inguo ho hI said saidI aid aidI
ane
I will not say ay what whlt the company ma matlo may maydo matin
tin in wi order to oppose Local Lcal No 2 Fo Fotho For Fortho Fothe
tho first time wo oppe are able to take the otheslilo othe otherslee otheside
frt
side Tho iron workers workerf who went wlnt on onsympathy i isympathy n nrpathy
slee sympathy rpathy strike at al the Rogers Huildln Huildlnet I3uiiltiinieCt uidlng uidlngIet
Iet eCt et up as nna a 0 plea a preposterous technicality technicalityrho tpehnlcalty tpehnlcaltyTho
Time present pretent strike Btrile prepRterous is a flat fat violation violton of th thprll the theApri timApril
Apri April prll agreement agr > mput which cannot cnnot be b mis mismdoivtood misunehmtCd misLlflhlitrstOOli
unehmtCd mdoivtood There is I now no agroemen agroemenmd ogrfment ogrfmentanc agreemenand
anc md we Wf will wi fill fl the places placf of the strikertrnnm striker strikerfrom strleer
frm from the new union an al fast fast as we can caniVt canWI cancatm
iVt can mi get lt all al the good men we want ant antvlll ad adwil antivili
wil vlll have police polc6 protection for them I Iaecessury If Ifne Inecessary
necessary necessaryItegaraing aecessury
ne lln llnBegar
Regarding Begar ng tho companys out of ton towixmtractM toncontrctt towmontmets
contrctt xmtractM he said Rld compny8 1m understood undfrtoo that ai aiittcinpt an anntempt amittezimpt
ittcinpt would be made to get et the Iron IroiYorkers metworicsrs
ntempt worller Yorkers on thorn to quit work Iet in sympathy sympathyjut lympthv lympthvhut
jut the vacant places would be prompt prompt3liled promptUled promptly promptlyIINI
Uled lAss J than thRI 500 5 O Iron workers worletr wen weninplayed wermmmtphnyed tr
IINI inplayed by the Ulf company out of town townIhe town1hl townrho
1hl Ihe largest larpeRt contract cntract was the Wabasl Wabaslitatlon Wabsh WabshRtallon Wabastutation
itatlon nt Pittsburg Pltshurg where about abut 100 10 mer mervero mln mlnwlro mercore
core at work Twontyflve Twontyfve were em emiloyed emplold emphoyed
wlro plold iloyed at a terminal terminl at St Louis Lui There Therevere Tere Terewer Therdwere
Ir Irither In Inolhlr itthier
wer were a numl Ilmlr nuitnhmtr > er of smaller Imaler contracts cntrct
olhlr ither cities In this city cil ho thought thourht about abut abouttoo
20 too 00 men mln ctel had hAe quit ult work altogether altogetherAt alogelher alogelherAt
At tho headquarters headquarerR of the Employers Kmployerns EmployersAssociatiorm mplOVlrR mplOVlrRAfoelalou
Afoelalou Associatiorm s iociatioIl F F Ij J Prince Prn o who w ho Is n mpmbei mpmbeiif mfmllr mfmllrof
of if f tho Iron League said that Huchanani BuchananRHomlhd Buchanansiornlled HuchananiHJ
Homlhd HJ natonal national j1 Tl strike rtrke ngnilst the l Ieaguu Ieaguuas I T Tnew apue apuewus
wus as not worh worth serloums consideration He HeImew Hunew
Imew new nol nothing uot nothing of IrOU8 tho National Xatonal Alliance Alnne o otructural of ofStrucural olitructural
Strucural tructural hlnl Workers orkers which hleh Buchanan said saidould Midwould saidvotmid
would ould guarantee puarantt the cooperation coopration of nine ninthpr nine nineot ninethmer
ot her trades tradesMr t tradeshr dIR
Mr 11 hr Prince Princ made public puh1e a copy opv of a 1 letteint lettei Ifter Ifternt lettetcot
other hr housesmlths housesmlthsnions hotmsesmithsiniomma h hun
cot nt by h Buchanan to tothe the ot 1louf ml
un louR on Oct 8 In which he urged the SUB SUBonsion susOnillom US USfntlon
onsion of Local 11ml No No2 1 as at the best I > Hmenns means atlirninating o oliminating of ofelminating
fntlon liminating the turbulent tlrhullnt element in theinion the theunion thuirmion
elminating union and then reorganizing rentanl7ng the union unionVithout unionWihout minionVitliotit
Wihout Vithout mentioning met lonlng Parks Parls tho letter snvi snviif s says saysif
of if him himNow himel itImNew
Now York tins become hPCOIH famous rllOnR for radical rmllrand rdlral rdlralnnl radicalnd
nnl nd el dishonest dlshonlH methods mllhodR on 01 oh the part par of th thiiilldlni the thehnldinl timemimilding <
hnldinl iiilldlni trades representatives rlrlrIIenlnt of thnt city cityor ciy ciyror cityor
ror or the reason that the most notorious mar marrc mnl
In a rc the country rnKon tmt is tho representative rprr nlnlhe of th thtrnolnral thRrlelurnl thi thitniirtuirai I
trnolnral counlr Iron workers orktrR of New I York He Heppeared Honppnrtr liepripareci
Rrlelurnl ppeared to know no limit lmit as al im to what whlt h hrould he itsromild < I
nppnrtr rould do with thorn tho who opposed oppnld him H Hnally Il ITs ITslnaiiy <
woulr nally Involved lh our orKariritlon ornnlrntlon In ono ol olho or orIhn oihe
Innl Ihn ho most disastrous diHfRtrols contents onll811 with wih their em enmmyers emiloyers i iplotrR
plotrR iloyers mol In the history hI810r of trades trnceR unions unionsP unlonP
P P C McOuire lculre secretary Rcrtary of the new newlousesmiths newHoumlh newTouiwsmlths
Houmlh lousesmiths Union said sid last la t night that thnJio tha
ho io had agreed n with the Fuller Fullr company rmpnny to tfupply tosupply toupply
upply nil al rP the housesmiths houRsmlthR it needed neededC neded nededl neededC
C f l f DELEGATES DEGATES CHOSEX CHOSEXKnllnn COSEn
n I Knllnn ulon Cutting utn iitiln Will Wi lie le Oily CI CommitteeChairman Committee Comnilttechalrnman ommltte ommltteChalrman
Chairman Again AcalnTho AgainTue caln calnThe
The Citirens1 Cil7enA Union primaries prlmAreR rimades were wer held heldist heldIMt heldrust
IMt rust night nl ht Time TI delegates delegat1 at large larpe to the thoity thecty theity
cty ity committee commltf will 1 bo h elected elttp1 by the cen conral centrl cenral
trl ral organization on the first frt Monday in inecember inDpember inecember
Dpember > ecember On Dec 14 the committee committeeill commllo
dli ill 1 meet tOt for the election eletion of officers R Rniton RFulol Itruilton
Fulol niton Cutting Cutlnj will wi be b reelected chairman chairmanf chairan chairanof
of f the City Committee Commlt at at that time tme The Theelegates Te TedelfgatfA Theleisgates
delfgatfA elegates and chairmen chairen elected eleted from frm theIdermanic the thoIdermanlc thealdlrmanic
aldlrmanic Idermanlc districts last night are ar as al fol foliws follow telawe
low awe awet iwslil
lowD lil t Delegate It nxiirman nxiirmanWilliam imemrmanI nrla nrlat
D t I William Wiiam ACoakley A Coakl Coak1ey Joseph Jo tph II I Stelnhardt StelnhardtJohn
2 John Jola Murphy MurphyAdjourned Murh John C Uahler
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7 C Charln harts rJnllmd lloltr lloltrJulius nolt Ituucl n Hyde HydeJohn Idt IdtJulu
5 Julius Julu Hlumherc HlumhercNo lumhtrr John Qruenbcre QruenbcreDr
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Michael lehel 1 OSulllvan OSulnn niirh Ulehrl Dhichargcd DhichargcdTmmsticn rirel rirellustico
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t rrear Ttlny orelerod orderld the t ht release rloBt of Michael MlchneIOSulllvan MichaelOSullivan fchlel fchlelJ
J OSulllvan OSulmn the deputy tax commissioner commissionerho cmmlslonr cmmlslonrho
ho was wnf arrested orreRtld on the charge of having havingcnlveei havingrfchI1 havingecived
rfchI1 cnlveei 200 20 from Eric Krlcson rlcfon after prom promIng promlug
1 lug ln to get Ericson ErlCn a Job on the 1ole 1olefor police policerce polieeirce
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LONDON LONDN Nov No 23 23Tho The Duke and Duehe Dueheof Duche8s Duche8sof Duchemof
of Roxburghe were ere passengers pnsngera on tl tlsteamer the thesteamer tisteamer
steamer xburcle Kaiser Kalslr Wilhelm Wlh lm II I which arrive arrlvtoday anIved anIvedtony arrivetoday <
today from New York They spent spnt tr trgreater the thegreater Ui Uigreater
greater part of the passage In their thei eta etarooms stte stterooms statrooms
othi othtpassflgCrfl othipassengers other otherpMAngers
rooms to avoid being bing quizzed quizze by
passengers The Duke occasionally occnlonaly execlued exe exercs exeucised
clued pMAngers on the he boat bat dock dork after attr dark or wh whfew when whenfew whefew <
cs few persons were about The Te Duchess Duche8 wi wirarely werarely M Mrarely
rarely perens seen aen and she ho was n never on tlpromenade tho thopromtnade tl ttpromenade
promenade promtnade deck deckAccording deckACrln deckAccording
According to one passenger pnnger half hal a doze dozeamateur dozenamateu dozeamateur
ACrln t tire tlirduring tireduring
their
amateur amateu photographers photoprapherl spent tlme tlmeduring
during the passage paage devising traps to cat catthe cath caththe catthe
the Duchess Once a I young America Americasuccessfully Americansucclfuly Americasuccessfully
Duclel oo when sh shwufi she sheWiE ehwas
successfully succlfuly got ol a snap Inap shot of her
was WiE on the boat bat deckThe deck deckTho deckrho
The Duchess seeing eelnK that the young ma mawas man manwO mawee
was wO trying to photograph her flushed Dushe wit witannoyance with withannoanc witannoyance
annoyance and hurriedly hurriely put her mutf mul mtm mtmher t ther to toher
annoanc
her face fac but ane she was too late The phe phetographer photographer phctogruphier
tographer smilingly Rmlngly and triumphantl triumphantlcalled trumphanty trumphantycled triumphanticalled
called to her Thank you ou The Duche Ducheangrily Ducle Ducleangriy Duchesangrily
cled Aftt Afttthis After Afterthis Aftetim1
angrily retorted How low dare you
this angriy tim1 experience experienc Ihe she he kept to her cabin cabinAnother cabinAnother cabinAnother
Duke DuVisaid DukeRnld Dukesaid
Another passenger a friend frend of tho
said the couple were Indignant Indigant at the treat trealment trt trtmlnt treatment
ment mlnt they had received recl1 from the newspapoinnd newspapr newspaprond newspaper newspaperand
and tho public publo on tho occasion oclon of thel thelwedding their theirweding thelwedding
wedding weding When the Duke arrived arive Inth InthUnited In lnthUnited the theUnll
United Unll States Ito ht received rcld reporters rporter com comteously cur curttollly cornteoumuuiy
teously ttollly but finding fnding that ho was wa tho large targeof targt targtof largeof
of sensational and untrue untro stories stores tcndin tcndinto tndlng tndlngto
to make himself hmself and his hil bride brde ridlculoui ridlculouihe rldlclou8 rldlclou8ho
ho grew disgusted dlsgAte He le does not care cre re rereturn t treturn to toretur
retur return to America AmerlC Tho couple are ar now no I IParis In InPars tParis
Pars ParsTal ParisTOP Paris ParisTOU
TOP SLOAXS SLO SUIT Sf TIT FOR 940i 940iCue 3400 3400Case S4OOOJ S4OOOJCase
Case Analnit the Parts Pai Jockey Joeke Club Pr Prgentrd Pe PeItntr Pre Presented
gentrd Itntr In Court Courtipeetal CourtSputal CourtSpectal
ipeetal Cable Dttpatch Dlpol h to Tnn Tau Sun SunPARIS SUl SenPAula
PARIS PARS Nov XO 23 29Tho The court curt room rom wr wrcrowded wa wacowde waciowded
crowded cowde today tay when the suit of Ted Ta Sloan Sloathe Blon Blonthe Sloanthe
the American Aercan jockey against the Jocke JookeClub JockeClub Joekey JoekeyCub
Club Cub for J 8000 8 0 damages was called cale for trlaTho trial ti trialThe
The To suit suit Is brought on the ground that th thaction the thealon thuaction
action alon of tho Jockey Club In excludln excludlnSloan excluding excludingSloan exciudiniSloan
Sloan from frm the weighing enclosure ncosur and a atraining al al altraining
training grounds controlled cntrole by the societ societwas sciet aocietwas
was without wihout justification jultcton Sloan was wascused ac accuscd a acus
cuscd of exercising eerclAlng tho horse hors Rose Rs de Mi Maat Miat Ma Maat
at cus Cbantllly CantHy without wihout authority athorty The Te horswon hors hors horswon horsuwon
won tho Prix de Diane Dane on May 20 after aftesihaving afterhllng aftemhaving
having hllng been b backed backl down dow from M 1 to t 4 to t 1 1Matt 1Mair 1Maitre
Matt Mair Maitre re Lbr Labor of counsel cunsl for Sloan Blan wh whwas who whowaA wbcwas
was the chief advocate avocate for Capt Drejrfuipaid Drejrfui Dyu Dyupaid Droyfuapaid
paid a tribute trlbul In his opening opning address adress tohii tohiiclients t to his bllclents hisclients
the success he hihad heha heimaol
clients clents skill ski as a jockey SUCe
had ha achieved ach leve and his world wide reputation reputationHe repu reputationHeargued taton tatonHe
Heargued He argued argue that thatthoJockey tho Jockey Club noted ate beyond beyoncIts byon beyondits
Is Its powers In excluding excludig him from frm the on onclosure e eclolur enclosure
clolur closure pwer8 and also In expressing exrssig the hop hopsthat hopthat bop
as
that his client clet would woud be b excluded exclude by othe otheassociations oter oterfclatoDs oth m massociations
fclatoDs associations of the saute sae nature natureHo natur natureHo
Ho 10 quoted the case ae of M Charron Caron the thitrainer thetrainer thetrainer
trainer of Hose Ros de MILl Ma who ho recovered recoverediieavy rvere recoveredheavy
heavy damage from frm the Cri de Paris Par be beausi b beal beeauissI
eal eauissI ausi > of an adverse adero article artice printed printe In that thapaper thatppr thatpaper
paper on the thl horses hOIe8 victory ctory Maitre MaitriLabor MaltraLabrl MaitreLabort
Labrl Labor ppr asserted nMfred hat this afforded nlorde a good goodprecedent goodpreent goodprecedent
preent precedent for a verdict erdlc in favor of his hlrlient hi hisclient
clent client The advocate acvocte denied denie that Sloan Sloailad Bloanhad Sloanhad
had bet bt on none de Mal and demanded demandedrefchston demande a arsclEson arescission <
rsclEson rescission of tho decision dcislon of the club cub ii iiiddltlon In Inadditon inaddition
additon addition to the damages damage asked askedThe oskl askedTime
The case Ce will wH ho resumed resume next Monday Mondaywhen Mondaywhen Mondaywhen
when Maitre Mnlr Meusser Mel18er will wi present the argu argunent arg argumont
mont In behalf of the Jockey Club ClubHEXCH ClubFllCr ClubPREVCU
FllCr HEXCH HATRED IIATRW OF GERMANY GERIIAXYllspiay GERMANYiliplay GERUAj GERUAj18pI8
18pI8 iliplay of It I by b byFrench French Frtneh Deputy Cans CansAngry CaUt CaUt4nKr Causes CausesAngry
Debate DebateSpfffal Debatepcat
Angry 4nKr Ibte Ibtepttlal
Spfffal Cable bll DeipaKH to TE THE SUN SeNPAnts SCNPAWS SUNPAnS
PAWS PAnS Nov No 23 231 23M M Delcasse Minister Ministeif
of f Foreign Affairs Aralre informed InforNI the Chamber Chambef Chambr Chambrof
of f Deputies DlputeA today toda regarding regnring Franc1 Franc1ttitudo FrC FrCaliudo Francssnttitude
aliudo ttitudo toward Morocco Moroco He said ald that tha1hat thatthat thathat
hat country cuntry must be Independent Indepndent but butloverthelesa butneverthele buttoverthelces
neverthele loverthelesa the triumph of French Frnch Inter InterBtfl InterfIA Intereta
fIA eta must mut be b secured scurd The Governments Governmentsmction Governmentictlon Goverentl Goverentlaction
action would bo thoroughly thorolghly pacific pacifc and andrould andwould andwould
would bo bonrle carried out by the aid of the Sultan SultanThe Sulan SulanThe SultanTime
Intend to send sendn
The Government did not Bnd Bndan
an n expedition expdtion to Morocco Moro It I had mado madon
an n agreement aRrmfnt with wih the Sultan Sulan to establish ostabllnhnarkcts etbUlh etbUlhmarkets establishnarkets I
markets on both Rides ide of the Moorish MoorishJgerlan Morsh MorshAlgerlnn MooHshlgenian
Jgerlan frontier fronter at places served servo slrvod d by the theYeneh theFrnchralYR theFreneim
FrnchralYR Yeneh railways and protected by Moorish Moorishroops Mor8h Mor8htrop Moorishmops
trop mops officered omCprtd by Frenchmen FrenchmenM Frnchmen FrnchmenM
M it Hubbard Hlbhar a 1 Radical Raical Socialist Scalst sub subilttnd Aubmlto suballIed
mlto allIed a resolution IRlulon asking the Governmint Govern Governicnt Oover Ooverment
ment mint to negotiate nepoUat with wih other Governments Governmentsor Govermete Govermetefor
for or the limitation Imlaton of armaments armamentsM arament
M Dclcnss6 DolcoAl replied reple that there ther was Wi no noiced none nomood
iced for France Franc rarmce to speak pak to t other nations nationsin
ne on in the subject Iubjlct She had ha already alrady acted actedJer nto actedicr
Her naval and military mUtary estimates ltmats had ha been beenlightly bn bnslght beenlightly
slght lightly lowered 10tre for years yeal and other na nalons natons naions
tons ions could follow folow her example exampleActn exmple exmpleAc exampleActs
Acts Ac he said d were Ir worth worh more than thanrords thanwords thancords
words When other nations decided doCde to toeduce toreuc toeduce
reuc educe their ther military mltlr expenses expnlf France Franceould Franc Francwould Francerould
would ould not not show ill I will willThe wi willThe
incident led to brief debate debatei
The Tht IP a brllf angry Ingry
In i which M Leygues Jeglls Radical Rdicl Republican Republicanloclared Republcn Republcndocare Republicancohered
docare cohered that thlt while whie AlsaceLorraine A1RcLrralnt was WR In Inlondago Inbondage Inondago
bondage France must keep kep her hand hlnd on onicr onher oner
her icr sword eworc hilt hiltM hit hitM hiltrut
M Jaurofl Jaur vicepresident of the Chamber Chamberi Chambr ChambrIn
In i I a passionate pHlonte speech Ipch denounced denouno such suchmguage suchlanguage suchmnguage
language mguage as ni terrible torihle and Impious but the thesnso theCnl thenose
Cnl nose of the majority maority waR against him himTRUCE himTRtCE himTRUCL
TRUCE TRtCE AT SAXTO DOMINGO DOMIXGOay Im GO GOIa
Ia lay ay Make IlakG Terms With Wlh IrmstmrgentsAmnrr IrmstmrgentsAmnrrlean Insurgents Jn5urtntIAmt Amer American ¬
ican Legation Llaton Damaged During Uurlnl Firing Firingfiptclal Frlnl Frlnlptcla FtrinEcpcclcJ
fiptclal < ptcla Cable Ca t nespateli ntpah to Tim Tfl Sew SewSAXTO St SellSAvo
SAXTO SA1O DOMINGO Nov 22 22lalan 22Italian Italian and andutoh andDutch andlutch
Dutch utoh warships athlps and itho the United Unite Statesunboat States Statesunboat Stnta Stntagunboat
gunboat unboat Newport Newpor have arrived arrhld here her and andal andIi
al 11 have Inndd marines marine The Baltimore Baltimoreas Bltimor
lanq
has as sailed 1 led During tho recent recnt fighting fightingiany fhlnE fightingtany
tn iany shots Ihots entered enltre tho American Americn lega legaion legalon legaIon
lon ion An armistice armlAtc of fiftysix fftYllx hours hour is isow Isnow isow
now ow being lng observed observedAinrrlrao obrNI obrNIItIIo observedimicritao
Ainrrlrao ItIIo Girl Grl WH 111 INls In London LondonfipKtal Iondoncpecra ondonpdal
fipKtal pdal Cable aIde Iteitiateh IJtprh to THE SUN SUNLONDOK SU SUlmmoN SWLoNnoN
LONDOK Nov No 23 23MIA 23Miss Mlfw Horn Scalps Scalpsaughler SmIN Scalesaughier
daughtlr aughler of the thO late C C Icals Scales of Coving Covingcm lovlnK lovlnKton
ton cm Ky K was M married marrie in this city dt last Satur Saturay Stur Sturday Saturmy
day ay to Trevor Trvor Lewis son of Sir William Williamx WIam14w1R Williamewls
14w1R x ewls > wis The Tie wedding wrdlng was a very try quietno quiet quietTlie qliet qlietonl
onl no
She 11c Dentschlanrt Halls HallsSpfrtol HII HIIrldal SailsipscfaI
Spfrtol Cable ablt Deituteh to Tax Tn SUN SUNCttXlUVFN SUNCUXIAFN SenCttxuiAvvN
CttXlUVFN CUXIAFN Nov lo 23 2Te 23The The Hamburg Hamburgmerican lamburg lamburgmerlan hamburgLmeniean
Deutschland Deutschlandrhlch Doutsiebiandrhich
merican Line steamship Itearhlp Dotlcbland Dotlcblandwhich
which merlan broke brko adrift during a 1 hurricane hurricne last lastlent lat lastIght
night lent and sustained fultalno extensive elenlve damageailed damage damageuled damaae6ue
6ue ailed today toay for Hamburg HamburKj
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JAMES KING GRACIE GRACE IS DEALPRESIDEXT DEAL DEADPRE DEALPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT PRE l DET AND AXDMRS MflS R ROOSEVEL ROOSEVELEXPECTED ROOSIJIIT ROOSIJIITIXPECT1D ROOSEIELLXPECTED
EXPECTED IXPECT1D AT THE TII FlXERAL FlXERALMr FlEIl
Mr Oracle Grcie Married Uarlr a Sister or the Prrs Prrselrnti rrlldrnt Presdents
dents drnt Mother MotherDevoted IothtrOeoted Devotee to CharltliHad Charltli Charltu Charltu1d Charitlehiatt
Had 1d Provided Provd1 ai final VIII a Thankxl ThankxlIns Tankl ThanksgiuIng h
V Ins Dinner Dnner for 101 West It Side Chllelrei ChllelreiV ChllelreiJames Chldrn CimildretJames
James King Grade Grnle who since sinc the deatlton death deathton cleatiton
ton years year ago of his rife Ife Anna Bvillo BvilloOracle Bulo BuloOmcle flulloOracle
Oracle a sister elslr of President Prldent Roosevelt Rooseveltmother Rooseveltsmother Rooseveltmother
mother has hl been ben deeply Interested In innumber i inumber a anumbr
number numbr of charities charlte died last evening a ahis at athis ahis
his home 15 East Est Fortyeighth street streetPresident RtreetPresident streetPresident
President and Mrs Mr Roosevelt have notlfle notlfleMr notWeelMr notlfieMr
Mr Oracles Oreies relatives rolnls here that they thtY wi wicome wi wicome
come to Now York If possible plslb1e to ntten nttenMr nttone ntteniMr
Mr Oracles Orcles funeral on Friday Mrs Ir Wil Willlam Wi Wil11am
llam lim Sheffield Shefeld Cowles who was Miss lls AnnRoosevelt Ann AnnaRosevelt AnnlRoosevelt
Roosevelt Rosevelt will 11 como on today todayMr toda todaMr todayMr
Mr Oracle Orclo was In his sixtyfourth year yeaiHo yearHe ear earHe
He was taken taen ill I last It Friday Jrlda with lh pneu pnotimonia pneumon pneumonia
monia mon a and died at 7 oclock ocock last evening eveningThe epnlngThe ovenimigThe
The funeral has hn been set for 10 oclock oclockon
on Friday morning moring at the Church of the theHoly the10ly timeHoly
Holy 10ly Communion of which Mr Graci Graciwas GraciwO Graciiwas <
was wO a 1 prominent promln nt member memberMr m memberMr mbr mbrMr
Mr Oracle Graco was WI the son Rn of Archlbali Archlbaliand Archlbalc Arcimibaitand
and Elizabeth D Oracle Graie When he wa waa WI waa
a young man he went Int to Mobile Mobie to t look loolafter lookater leoafter
after ater the interests Intre8ts there of his hl fatherextensive father fatrl fatlmerIextensive
extensive extsive cotton ctton business bUflnels Returning Rtlrlnp f from fromMobie franMobile ron ronMobile
Mobile Mobie after afer several Ieral years earl he becami becamiassociated becameIclat becamiassociated
associated Iclat in business hU81nfI with wih Edward Kingonce King Kingonco Kingonc
once onc president prelident of the th Stock Exchange nm nmnow nnd nndnow amnow
now president preldent of the Union Trust Trlt Company Cmpany
Later Lter ho and John C Westervelt Wlstrvelt forme formethe formec fornietthe
the Stock Exchange firm of J K Grncii GrnciiA OracloWe GracitWestervelt
frm
A Westervelt We Urelt Fillmore Fimore Ferris Ferrlf later re replaced repla replaced
placed pla Mr Westervelt Weslrelt in the firm firmIn fr firmIn
In 1806 186 Mr Oracle Orale married manle Miss Mis Anna AnntBullock AnnaBulock AnniBullock
Bullock Bulock of Ro Roawell MOB well wel Oa Mrs Oracle Oraell diet dietabout die diedabout
about abut ten years yea ago ao and her husband re retired reti retired ¬
tired ti from business businessPractically buslneB businessPractically
Practically Pciclly all al of his hi time after aft r that was watdevoted wasdevoted M Mdeote
devoted deote to t charitable charitble work tme much of which whichwas whichM whictwas
was M unorganized unorgaize and unheralded unherldl At the thetime thotme thrtime
time tme of his hi death deth he was wn a trustee trstr and had haeibeen ha hadbeen
been bn treasurer trurr of the Church of the Holy HohCommunion Holy HolyOmmunlon HolyCommunion
Communion Ommunlon and was WB active atve In I every evlr branch branctiof branchof branchof
of that churchs churhs work and charities chartll He Hewan HeWi lieWas
wan Wi a trustee trste and treasurer trfurr of the New Nonxork NewYork Nework
York ork Orthopaedic Orhop lo Hospial Hospital and was wn inter interested InterIte interseted ¬
ested Ite in the work of tho Childrens Chldrena Aid AidSociety AidScety AidSociety
Society Scety especially epily in the conduct cnduct of its itsWe ItsWCt itsWest
We WCt West t bide branch tranch now in Thirtvfifth Thlrtvffh street streetFor Itrt ItrtFor streetFor
For twentyfive tWlntyfve years yor he had hd provided pr ide n nThanksgiving 1 aThanksgiving
TankglvlDg Thanksgiving dinner for the children chldrln ol olthe ofthe otthe
the branch and the Thanksgiving dinner dlnneithat dinnerthat dinnerthat
that they will wi oat et this thi year had n alredy already alreadybeen I read readbeen
been bn paid pd for by Mr Grade Gmce He was M Blscone aiM aiMone alecone
one of the governing Rernlng board bar of the Societ Scety Scetyof Society Societyof j jof
of St JohnUnd Johnlnd at Kings King Park L I IMr IMr IMr
Mr Oracle Orce was WI a 1 member membr of the the Union UnionCentury UnionCentur UnionCentury
Centur Century and several Iverl other clubs club He Heleave HeIfN Hcleaves
IfN leave a sister fister Mrs MI James Jamf J Hlgglnson Hlgglnsonof HlgplnRon HlgplnRonof
of this thl city ciy and several sverl nephews nephewI and nieces niecesIncluding nlecl niecesincluding
Including Mrs M1 Douglas Robinson tho thoMisses theMisses
MI1 Misses Ogden and Archibald rchlbld Ogden of oiElizabeth ofElzbh ofElizabeth
Elzbh Elizabeth Archibald Arhibald Oracle Grce and Miss Ade Adelaide Adelide Adetaide ¬
lide laide Oracle OraesieMr Orce OrceMr OracleMr
Mr Robinson Rbinon notified notfe the President Preident of ofVfr ofMr ofSfr
Vfr Grades 01ces death deth early erly last evening eTnlnp by bytelegraph bytelegrph bytelegraph
telegrph telegraph and ad later ltr talked tlke with wth Mr Rooserelt Reese Ro Reeseteit
relt by the long distance dltnc telephone telephoneIT
IT P RUCKMASTER DEAD DEADormerly DEADFormerl DEADIormerIy
Formerl ormerly a Wealthy Wraih Shipbuilder Shlpbntdrr of Thin ThinCity Tis TisCI ThisCit
Cit CitSt City CityST CI
ST Louis fIUS Mo Nov 23William 23Wnlam P Puckmaster PBuckmaster PBuckmaster
Buckmaster formerly fonerly a wealthy wealhy ship shipmilder shipbuilder hlpbuider
buider milder of New York died ded on Sunday Buday morn mornng mornIng mornng
Ing ng in inalittle a little ltte room in a modest modet homo here heret hereIt hereIt
It t was as not from necessity neMity that such a boa locaion loc boaion
ton ion was his hil death place plc He had lost lostmndreds lOBI losttmundreda
hundrdf mndreds of thousands but he still ti had arortune a abrtune 1
fortune His HII many friends among the the poor poorif por porof poorIt
of if the neighborhood who loved him him for forfriends foris
his is genersity generoaityand and als also his afeclon affection for the thefamUy theramny
famUy of an old friends daughter daughtr keptaim kept keptDeath kepthm
aim there thereDeath
hm Death Deth ther came unexpectedly unex ctedly Mr Buck Buckia Buckmltr Bucknaster
mltr naster ia ter attended atended to business on Saturday Saturdaynd
and nd retired as usual Imal Sunday morning morningIrs morningMr mornindis
Mr Irs rtrd A Hoileman Holeman with wih whom he ha haoaeded had hadoarded hadbared
bared oarded for foreighteen eighteen years year found foundhim him in ma maiery a aerr 1
iery err lry weak condition cnditon In two two hours h uT ho holied holied
lied He was 80 years yeorl old oldWord oldWord
Word was wn sent to his daughters dauht rs MrsinnIe Mrs MrsJinnle MI
Minnie Vanderpool Vanderol wife wie of Isaac lMc Vander Vanderpool Vandermool
pool mool 100 of New York and to his son Prof Profku ProfAugutU ProflugUstus
AugutU lugUstus ku gust us P Buckmaster Buckmalter of Charlottovillo CharlottovilloN ChlrloUeyle ChlrloUeyleN
N Y College CollegeMother Olega OlegaMatblr CollegeMother
Mother Matblr of Guerrilla Gueria Qnantrtll quntrl head IiraelSPRINGFIELD Ipall IpallSPRINOFIEL headSrnxxariarn
SPRINGFIELD SPRINOFIEL Ohio Oho Nov No 23 23Carolno 23CarolnoQuantrl 23Caroline 23Carolineuantrill Caroline Carolineuantrill
Quantrl uantrill the mother of the famous guerrilla guerrillaader guerria guerrialeader guerrillaeader
leader ader died at the Odd Fellows Folows Homo Homoere 1010 1010hor hiontemere
hor ere tqday tejdayDeath tqdayneth tqdayieath
Death neth of Andrew 1 Odell OdellAndrew Odel OdelAndrew OdellAndrew
Andrew J 1 Odell Odel who was secretary Ilcretsry and andater nndlater andater
later ater treasurer trtnsurer of the Delaware Dtlarl Lackawanna Lackawannand IackawannnInd
Ind nd Western Wt8t m ItsllroAd Hltroad In the los 70 died dll yosterlay yoster yosterl Otfr Otfrday
day l r nt 1S5 West WNt Seventyfifth 8elntjoth street strelt whero wheree wherohI
hI is e had lived lve with wih his hi brother brothlr Hamilton Hamiltondell Hamiton HamitonOdel hamiltondeii
Odel dell tho lawyer Mr Odell OdfU was born nt ntVurtsborouBh lt ltWurborouah aturtsborough
Wurborouah VurtsborouBh In Sullivan Sulvan County on Nov Novnnni
3 18n lIe II entered Inlerld th the employ or t the o Lacka Lackabanns Lackl
nnni Inna rend In IMS 185 and rose to be treasurer treasurerilp trelllrer trelllreronly
only ilp to be compelled mpeled to retire retre by an llln IltR IltRwhich IlInes IlInesrhich < s shfch
which hfch made him an Invalid inld for the rent of his hise hi8lre hisite
lre ite troke e Ills 11 death dfath was as due to an apoplectic apoplectictroke apoplectc apoplectctroke apoplecticroke
Herbert lerbert Spencer III IIISprrtal I Iptral IllSperIai
Sprrtal ptral Cable Despatch ntpalth to 0 TimE III SCN SCNLONDON SCNLNDK SCNLONDON
LONDON LNDK Nov 23 23lerbrt 23Herbert Herbert Spencer Spencr tho thomous thofamous thinamous
famous mous writer w1er is seriously srously ill illPOSTtM I IPOSTV illPOSTU3I
POSTtM I CEREAL CKHFAICOULDNT CEREALCOULDNT REAI REAICOULDNT
COULDNT FOOL HIM HIMDoctor HM HMDocor HIMDoctor
Doctor Docor Was Firm and Was na Right RightMany mhtMany RightMany
Many doctors doctl forbid their patients patentl to torink todrink torink
drink rink coffee cfte but tho patients still Iti drink it itn
on n the sly and thus spoil pol all 01 tho doctors doctorsTorts doetorRelortl doctorsort5
elortl Torts ort5 and keep kop themselves themfolfs sick Some Sompmes Soml Someimes
time imes mes the doctor doctr makes mnklf sure ur that the the patient patienti pattnt pattntII
II I i not drinking drnkln coffee cofee and there was a 1 case caser cnoof
of I r that kind In St Paul where a business businessman bualnessman
man tan said saidAfter eld eldAfttr saidAfter
After Afttr a very er severe illness Iness last winter winterhlch winterbich Intlr Intlrwhich
which hlch almost caused CAUle my death dlath the doctor doctorlid doctoraid doctortid
lid Postum POtum Food Coffee Ofe was WQ the only onlyling onh onhthing onlyhog
thing hog ling that I could drink drnk and ho just made madete madome
me te quit qui coffee cft and drink drnk Postum MyIncas My MyInees I IIne
Ine Incas was al caused by indigestion Indl eRton from the theso thouso theso
uso so of tea and coffee coffeeTho cff coffeeThe
The state late of my m stomach was WR so 0 bn hAd hAdthat hadat < l llat
that lat at It became cmo terribly Inflamed InfAmld and finally finallyisultexl fnnl finallyseultod
relulo isultexl in n rupture ruptnrt I hod not not drank drankostum drnnlePoetum drankostum
Poetum ostum very ery long before Ilfore my lost blood blooelas
as restored nnd my stomach Itomach was Wa well wellnd wellnd 11
and nd strong nnd I have now no been l n using usingostum 11nl tusingoutturn
POtum outturn for almost a year Iar ear When I got pot up upom ul upom
from om bee bd bed after my Illness InP I weighed OS OSounds OSounds I Ipund
ounds and now my weigh Wlllhr is 120 ioThern 120There I
pund There in i no doubt that Postum oltum was aR thu thuason thurCn timeason
rCn ason for this wonderful improvement improvementnd Improelln Improellnand I
and nd I shall Rhl never nelr go back t t > tea t or coffee coffeeut colll coffeeutshahlalwaysstck
but utshahlalwaysstck ut shall hal always alwayI stick stck to tothrfood tho food fo drink that thntrought thnt thatrought
rought mo back bck to healh and strength strengthame ftrnglh ftrnglhNnme strengthnme
broupht Nnme ame given Iven by h Postum halt lo o Battle Batle Creek Creekioh Crelk CrelkMich Creekin
Mich ioh iohlook
MichLk look Lk in each package pckalf for a copy cpy of the theimous thefamous theimous
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The Linen StoreJames Store StoreJames StoreJames
James McCutcheon < Cs C 9 9H
14 West WesthIIVEE 23d Street StreetcinxEsa Street
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cinxEsa coritr m II l ALARMED ALARMEDnlel 4 hin1ED hin1EDSnlt L4RIEDSaid
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PEKTN Nov No 23 23Tho Tho Board of Foreign ForeignAffairs Jorlljn JorlljnAfalr ForeIgnAffairs
Afalr Affairs has hal received telegrams telflatf from MuU MuUclon Multden ull ullcen
den cen which were permitted by tho Russian flusmuianito Russianto RURliani RURlianit
to t bo transmitted saying that only 401 401Itussian too tooHiis
Itussian Hiis nn troops are guarding the gates of ofthe ofthe
the town and that the native administra administration admninistrmlion ¬
lion Is going on without itli ut interference It Itis Itis
is stated that these telegrams are inten intentionally intentionaity ¬
tionally misleading tlio Hoard of Foreign ForeignAffairs Foreigumiffairs
Affairs seeking to minimize fio extent oflimo of oftho
limo Russian control at Mukden MukdenIt
It Is understood that the court IB alarmed alarmedind alarmedmci
ind that the recent despatch of a special specialigent specialgent
gent to inspect the roads to Slanfu and andhe andLime
he palaces was prompted by the courts courtsntention courtsntention
ntention to seek > cek asylum there If any emer emerjenoy cmerz000y
jenoy arose This course was incited incitedjy incitedreports
jy reports received by a special messenger messengerrom
rom Tseng KM time Tartar General of ofilukdon ofIukden
ilukdon which said there was a prospect prospetcthat prospecthat
hat the Russians would occupy tho regionlatween region regionjotwecn
jotwecn Mukden and Jehol whore bandit banditirganizations banditrganizations
irganizations had Invited thorn to go goIt goIt
It was also reported that the Russians Russiansind
tad commanded the tliebnndmnnt of this thnormanent thissarmanent
ormanent > militia by Tseng Chi It beiniound being beinground
round unamenable to the Russians and has haslie hoelie
lie to their plan for dealing with brigand brigandgo
go and therefore regarded as dangerous dangeroust
t IB reported that Tseng Chi secretly pn pnouraged enouraged
ouraged the militia to form a closer or organization oranization ¬
ganization ganizationThe anizationThe
The frequent reports of the Thrones Thronesinxiety Thronesinxiety
inxiety to provide an asylum In the interior interiorvero interiorcore
core not believed until an official was wnslespatehed wasiespatched
lespatehed to investigate the means of ofcaching ofcaching
caching Sianfu and tho condition of the thewlaccs theaiaees
wlaccs wlaccsJohajameson aiaeesJohnJameson
Johajameson JohajamesonIrish JohnJamesonTime
Time Stir StirIrish
Irish Whiskey WhiskeyEW
EW people realize the benefidalin benefidalinfluence u ufluence
F fluence of a glass o of absolutely pure purespirits purespirits
spirits upon the normal physique physiqueJOHN physiqueJOHN
JOHN JAMESONS Three Star StarIrish Starirish
Irish Whiskey is as much o of a medicine medicineas
as it is a beverage It works wonders in inovercoming inovercoming
overcoming premature aging or wasting wastingaway wastingaway
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DIED DIEDlYETT DIE I IiEtIOn
iEtIOn lYETT On Mondsr Nov ov 13 3 at Middle Had Haddam liiidarn
dam Coon Ellfn Talrman wife of Thomas ThomiuHunt ThomasHunt
Hunt Dym and daughter ot the late George GeorgeWattle GeorgeWattle
Wattle Fallman ot Philadelphia PhiladelphiaFuneral PblladelphtsFimnerat
Funeral servIce at the Church of the Trans Transfiguration Traasfluration ¬
figuration Now w York on Wednesday Nov NovSi or
Si at half past 12 oclock Interment prtv prIests prIestslhltadelphta te teIhlladelphla
Ihlladelphla papers please copy copyRANCIS copyRANC1SAfter
RANC1SAfter RANCIS Alter a long Illness at East Oranji OranjiN
N J on Monday Jennie A X V wlfeof Kdiratl KdiratlW 1dWTv
W v Francis daughter ot the late F HnRrain HnRrainVanderburgh tlominanderburgh
Vanderburgh and niece ot the late Albert J JAkin JAkin
Akin AkinNotice AkinNotice
Notice of funeral liter literrtAClEOn laterRACIEOn
rtAClEOn Monday Nov M at Ills residenCe renldcncrli
li last 46th st suddenly of pneumonU pneumonUJames pneumontJames
James King Grade In the < Seth year of his age ajrFuneral ageFuneral
Funeral Friday morning at 10 oclock ot a the lbsChurch theChurch
Church of the Holy liul Communion CommunionUNGFHFOHI CommunionUNGEItIOItlOn
UNGFHFOHI UNGEItIOItlOn On Monday Nov 2S 2 mien St Stlit t tMs
Ms lit residence 153 l Wrst 71th St New N ew York YorkTheodoro YotluTbcodorn
Theodoro A Huncerford aged M StVuflermml years yearsFuneral
Funeral services will tie held nn Tundny Nov
24 at 1130 113 A M In lh mite chapel ofih of ihe < Stephrti StephrtiMerrill StepbCtiuierrItt
Merrill HurUl Company onpany eth av and lath M Mneltlves Stflelaiives
neltlves and friend are rejprctfully Invited Invitedto
to Attend Interment at Torrlncton Cone ConnCOHKOV ConecomuoNSuddrolr
COHKOV comuoNSuddrolr Suddenly of heart failure Sunday SundayNov Siundiro
Nov o 52 at her residence 171 West 7Ut it itJennie atjennte
Jennie LIon wife of Hlchard S Jacobson JacobsonFuneral JacobsonFuneral
Funeral private Interment Newton ewtofl N 5 J JAKTIX JtRrtNrnrnat
AKTIX tRrtNrnrnat Bernanl Martin beloved hujbini ot otMary ofta
Mary ta Martin rind father of the Rev William II IIMartin IIl4arttn
Martin died Nov ov 23 23Funetal 3 3Ftitmctal
Funetal from hits tate residence 218 East 87th at atA atA
A solemn maM nuns of requiem for the repose of ofIlls oftutu
Ills soul will lie rune at St Agness Church Churchlast ChurchEast
last 4M St Wednesday Nov 25 5 at 10 A M MULHALt MLLlISLtOn
ULHALt LLlISLtOn On Sunday Nov 2 Nicholas Mul Mutbali Mulhall
hall In his 74th year yearKunernl yearFuneral
Funeral Wednesday morning 030 oclock from fromIlls frcmnmhis
Ills late residence 31 Vestry cstry St thence to St StAlphnnsuis StAilihonstias
Alphnnsuis Church where a requiem mas maswill m > i iwilt
wilt tie celebrated celebratedDFIl ecicturatrdrrItOn
rrItOn DFIl On Monday Nov 23 Andrew J Odrl Odrlngrd OdrUmugeii
ngrd 71 years yearsFuneral yearsIuneriml
Funeral service at the residence of his brother brotherHamilton hmotberHamIlton
Hamilton eddt 1S5 l3 West 75th St on Wertn Wertnclay Wudnes Wudnesday
clay morning Nov 2S at 10 oclock Inter Interrntnt intertarot
tarot at convenience of family It Is kindly kindlyrequested kIndlyrequested
requested that no flowers be sent sentIN sentLlN5tSeionhiotPItnifoseith
LlN5tSeionhiotPItnifoseith IN At Scion HospitallnvphVllltnmhu tSIttlnmhusbam tSIttlnmhusbamof bsi > l lof
of Florence Agnes and youngest son of Joseph JosephI
I Ii Quln QulnFuneral Qutnlincrat
Funeral from St Patricks Church Mulberry MulberryWednesday It ItVedncsdam
Wednesday Nor 25 1015 A 5 M Intermentprivate Interment Intermentprivate
private privateHKIUIFRHOnX privateh1IuMrllIldnAt
HKIUIFRHOnX At New York city on Nov mlas
23 after a lingering Illness Charlotte N wlisn wlisnof wiulOnof
of Alfred SctuermerhornFuneral Scliermcrhom ScliermcrhomFuneral
Funeral nt Utelifleld Conn at convenience of offamily atfamIly
family familyFST famIlylSi
FST At Mlddletown N Y nn the Slst tail InilMrs tailMrs
Mrs George W West aged M icatsItinerat years yearsFuneral
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