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I 4 4 p rl 1LL1I tJ lJJ AUONJAX LUNDA bLULithLi lr MHEj UI 1 lYOa
i llli uII a Itfoord Made lade In an Indian CfttnpalR CfttnpalRanil Campallnant CampaiI
I anil nI the Battle natto of f Lai fluailhiai OUaalhlaS OUaalhlaSItoted UiiIhiavSf Mi Mileoted
f leoted ant for High Ilh Command ai a a newar newarand Reward Rewardand fleWrnd
and nd Will Wlh IIIl a View Iew to Future itittireWAlItNUTON 11 lre Nervlce NervlceWASHINGTON HerleeWAIINCTON
WASHINGTON WAIINCTON Doo Do 20 20Seretl 2OSocretar3 Secretory Root RootJotter Rots RotsIcler Rootlottor
Jotter of Novltf NovIt to Senator Senatr Proctor prctr actln actlnchairman atn atnchalnan aUncllaIrJflLLfl
chairman chalnan of the Senate Military Mltar Commlttei CommltteiIraiminlttlng Cmmittee Cmmitteetrau8tulttnK CoinmitteI
I Iraiminlttlng trau8tulttnK a r riuin < 5 sur uind of the mllltar mllltarrecord mUlar mUttarreurd
i record of Con Wood and a statement o othe oC oCIt or
the Tn uhlof considerations cnatderatons which led le to hiI hi hinomination his hisnominaton
It I r nomination nominaton uhle OH I MojorGenerul has ha jus jusbeen jUlt jUltI ju jubeen
I been made publlo puulo ut t he War Var Department DepartmentSecretary Depnrlent DepnrlentI DepartmentI
I I Secretary Slrtnry Root Hot says laYI that Oen Wood Woodrecord WoodI Woodrecord
I i record covers ovel a a period of seventeen leventeen year yearservice year yeari yeariervico
i service Irvlco rr and divide dlIIt1 Itself 18iM Into four dlatllio dlatllioparts dlstnot dlstnotj dlstlitoJarts
includes In the lette lettethe letteI
parts The first Irat part leter leterthe
j I the pars commendatory cmmendatory remarks remarli of Oen Miles MilesOen Mes MesOen MileeGen
Oen Lawton Lwton Gen Graham Grahlm Crali un and Gen For ForHyth ForI Forsyth
I Hyth lyth ns 1 to Woodn Wod Wood record rerd In Indian cam campaigns cainpaigne
paigns upon which President Plddent MoKlnle MoKlnleapix McKinley McKinleyappointed MoKinteapOifltOd
appointed apix > lntxl upn him Colonel Colultl of tlm Iht tu Rougl RouglRidere RoughRdei RouglBIder
Ridere RidereThe Rdei BIderThe
The second Bnd part according accrding to Secretary SecretaryRoot Seretar SecretarRoot
I Root rebates re ale to Gen Woods OO service loTce li lithe In Inthe Irlie
the lie SpanishAmerican War and includeiunder Included Includedunder iucludeundor
under this thll lu Ilad Iiad > ad Is u a complimentary cmpliental nolle nolleby noUcby noticiI
1 I by Gen S n 1 M Young in regard to tin tinefficient the theI thiefllckrnt
I efficient manner In which Cal Cl Woo Woohandled Woothandled <
handled his hil regiment reghnHt and Ilia hlsmagnlfcent hlsmagnlfcentbehavior lii magnlflcen magnlflcenbehavior niagnificenibehavior
behavior on tho fluid leld In the battle batlo of Ln LnOuaslmas Ll LlGUlhna IniGuMiinai
Ouaslmas GUlhna Thura TieId Ii ulna aile alii a I ostimonta tostmonlal tostmonlalby tostirnontaby ostimontaby
by Gen Joe Wheeler Wheelfr lieIer and a 11 one by U Gen OenS GenS
S S Suninor SWlnor ariinor nod nll a a report by Oen Shafte Shafteirecommoiidlng Shafterecommending haCer haCerrnuelding
recommending rnuelding Cot Cl Wood for promotion promotlorto
to bo b a a BrigadierGeneral BrigadierGeneralThe BrgllerUelerJ
The Tle third thir period covers cer the command ommand o othe of ol old I
1 d the lie troops trops In occupation OCCUPlllol of the lie Province Prvince o oSantiago of ofSantago 01 01I
I Santago Santiago when Gen Wood ood had tho rank raniof ranki1 ran ranI
I i of a DrlgadlorGenural BrgadierGeneral of Volunteers olunteel Thit Thi Thifourth Thefourh
i1 t fourth fourh period relates relatel to Woods services srvle8 ai aiMilitary IS noi
i i t Military 11ar Governor OOlror of Cuba CubaSecretary CqbaI < WJ I
I Secretary Slretar Root refers reers td and gives coplei copleiof cpies I Ii
i r 4 of the lie orders ordel issued 11lld by direction of Presl Presldent Preslr ProsI
r I i dent d Jt Roosevelt commending cunnendlng the officer officerund ofc6e ofc6ei omcoimind
i und un troops that thlt nerved lu II Cuba under th thMilitary tin tinMilitary theMltar
Military Mltar trooJY Qovurnmen OIrnllI Henc also one ole Issued Issue bj bjdirection uyJ byditootlun
direction dlteton of President Preildlnt Roosevelt uartlou uartlou1 partloularly partoularly
J larly prlllug praising 1 the I rrd 1 uf f f fMilitary Gen Wood as as1Itar a aMilitary
Military Governor GOerlOI Tills hl order is date dateMarch date lated latedMarch
March 1Itar arh 25 21 1103 103 anil ali says m1 that by directloi directloiof dlrectol direettomiof
of tho President Irlldent lirluOKii Irlgftu Leonard Ienmiardii Wood Woocis
ii is 1 relieved relev1 from frol further flrthlr duty dnl in II connectioiwith cunetlon cunetlonwlh connectioi cotmnectionwith
with wlh Mm th uffiiirM alull of Ihti Ih II furmer f rler Mllltar MllltarGovernment lltlr lltlrGovernment 1llttary 1llttaryGovernnient
Government of Iubii Cull Ii I conuludtti lIIlmldi iiiiliidt as al au ful follows ful10wl fullows ¬
lows lowsTlio 10wl lowsThe
The War Wn DopartniMil Jppurlllnl hv h direction dlrfcton o oHie of ofIho ofI
Hie I lie Preaicltmti Prlldt Pre3l tmi t lliiiuki thlll I ill ii lc OHI 111 t im WouJ and a flU tin tinofflctala Ihe01clo18 t lie lieoftClals
offlctala civil mill military 1llllar nerving hrvlnJ under undpihim undprhll underliliti
01clo18 him hll upon ii lioti cll I lh lit completion 101111111101 uut tiii hid Ian u of ur n 1 work so o dl dlltl dlltlcult dll ml mlcult
cult HO 10 1101 Important hlPorllt liii port II a U t iiml 11110 ii ii ii o well I I done doneCommuntlng dOIt ii oH C I
1 Communtlng lollPlling on 01 thN Ihl t tik record tI Secretary SecretaryRoot Htcrtlar 4ecretaryRoot
I Root Rot says BUVHUpon la saysUpon V
Upon a review rc of Jen 1 mi Woods W Vood Odd s entire pltre mill millt mil milf milltar
t tar < iry rfconl rplord I think tllll It I fair fiiI lo nty H iet that no ncofficer noolcer noofficer
officer of tlm lie Aniirlcail luricll Ai AII my uii below the urndt urndtof lrnde lrndeof iradoof
f of olcer AlujordoiiKral MuJorOcltral l iii or t I i em rj I lui IIMH hHil iiIozJ mur lorl I Importonl Importonloominnuds Importnntcommnld in porton portoncommnnnds
oominnuds commnld rcndum rtIII mure lure ilUtln tl ititimigulsImed ititimigulsImedi4trvice llnlul8hed llnlul8hedHrvlce ulaliecl ulalieclHcrvlcc
Hcrvlcc or diinoiHtnitiil dloltrllld ID 0 u liltfhpr hllhlr degree dngreathe dRlreo dRlreoIhe degreeI
the I lie poMUNlon oHI01 of tli iiiialltle 1111t which lit lt ti a aimin I ahum
us imin IItn hum Mojorllviipriil MojorllviipriilThi MuJorUelltl 10 lorender torPl er VHliihblusi VIII viiiititjI hh sirvle IrICt1 > rvlciM to the tht th cinmtry cinmtryus CIlltr CIlltrus cuunitr cuunitras
f I Thi luw wlilrh whlll recognizes rcllII7C1 seniority senIurlt Inforl alone aloneus
us I 1hol the title tll to JlrnJlll iiromolliin ni llt lm to the grade gradeof Irnde Irndeof
of Colonel Colol abandons nhan ol that rule when whel ilmen It deals dealswith deRlswih denlsI
I with Ooneral Uenert oniuvrs and Itll imposia IIPH upon UPOI the theIrosldent theIre theProsltleitt
wih Ire Irosldent ldelt tint I liti duty dlty of sclectlim HIlectll the best be t men menTor lel lelfor omenI
I for Oeiiprals elprllR without wllult expressing p pr II Lilly UI limita limitation Illtn Illtnlion iiimmltrtion ¬
lion niion U01 the t lie rliifM II iiisg from frol wliinhjfie whlehIt U q to male malethn mal malthl maleliii
thn thl liii selectionJMWIitm s selictkii Icllllhl Wlitiii such lch a selection llecton is to tobo tooe tobe
bo mode two different dlrcrlt considerations Nnldlrutol8 always alwaysnrptent alwasIrlllt alwaysoreseiit
nrptent theniwtlvHn tlieIiisIi to It time uppolntiue mind mindUna mindJ
One 01 Irlllt la the deslru dllr to reward 1llrd long onJ and Ind meri meritorious men menorbits ¬
101101 orbits service The ht other Is the duty dnt to se secure II seelite ¬
cure the lo boot t popilblM Ilo Mlbht man Iln to do the thinKs thitiKStlmt thinKsthnt timingstiint
CllA tlmt ought to li tH lie done dOlJ in the lie future futlre for the theufllclonoy thenlcleno theethicionoy
ufllclonoy nlcleno of the military Illiary establishment establishmentthe e tlblhmcnt tlblhmcntIhe
J the preparation of the country coultn for war and andfor and andfor amidfor
for success SICClS in war which we ure always alwaysbound alay alwaysbound
bound to contemplate contempllto ai a possible possiblePrevious pO possiblePrevious 8lble 8lbleInlol8
Previous Inlol8 rank rlnk Is of llttlo ltte uonneijuence pro prollo proI provldd
vldd I rd the atlce strvico shall hll have hle hten been long onl eUOuzh eUOuzhIJlrpllh cuougli cuouglik
th theeunette perienqe
k IJlrpllh fpdAh rtI upprltnrlr nrma nrmattiafimonstrution e ethe
Put PutIc Putlie
the ttiafimonstrution of cepacily t certain
lie Ic discussion dllcBBlon dmonltruton of promotions promot cacn onK fo to General Gentrnlomo office officeiiminlly oflloeimsuotty
iiminlly proceeds proCo8 upon ln the viow that pro promotion pro10ton promotIon ¬
motion IHuoly Is to be considered conldertd only onl ns n a reward rewardbut rewar rewardbut
10ton but grateful Mful as It Is to reward rewarr past POit aervloen aervloennndjmpnrtant MPtvlol sef vices vicesandjmpnrtant
nnd nndjmpnrtant Ir Imporllnt on It is s that they the should Ihould be borewarded bertttdM berhwarded
rewarded rtttdM I cannot W doubt JM oubt that the highestduty highest highestduty htlhest htlhestduty
duty of tho appointing Ippolntng power owr which la re reYhero rl nesponsiblo
sponsiblo for the futlro future enlclen y of time orm ormII army armyis
spnllhlo II is to lecre aecure the man of exctptonal exceptional cnpRol capacity capacityWhere
Where these two considerations conBltrrnton point to t the theHame theHame thet
t Hame man as they thl sometimes lomthl8 do tho course courseIs CUrO CUrOII courset
t Is II plain mal Where I they thl do tb not point poit to the theRftnie themo timesame
same mo man It seems teema judicious JlricoU8 to fairly divide dividethe dividetho dividethe
the appointments to General ofl1ea office ma m01dnl Vine Vinen
n part nrt IPplntllJts primarily prlmlrl with a I view to once reward rpad and anda andI an ana
a part primarily with llh a view Iew to future ser service aer4oe ¬
I vice 4oe o I r irlrarly think both considerations consideratons unite ser In Inthh In Inthis n ntb
this tb case caseTheun caseThese
I These Thes CAle CAleI facts fact In Ten en Woods Woo record rpord nnd nndtheM nndIhel andthese
theM Ihel views of publlo lhlo policy polcy were tho reasons rennoniwhich realonl realonlwhich reasonswhich
which led President Pre81dlnt McKinley Mcl lclnle < Inley to select selec JenWoo Jen JanI JenWood
I Wood ood lo for nriRndlerOeneral rllndler llrl of the Hfeular Hfeulararmy lPlulnr lPlulnrarmy Itegularrmy
army Woo rmy In preference prefennr to t many malY oniocrs ofcrs of higher hisherRegular hlherR higherRegularrank
Regular R Regularrank ltlarank rank and to t appoint him to that office officeupon ofce ofceII0n omceupon
upon the lie nomination nominaton which you you Ol confirmed confirmedthree confirmedt
t three II0n Ihr years YIRra nan fO next February Febmnr The present presentnomination prespnt10minoton presentnomination
nomination Is In the regular order orlr of seniority seniorityaccording alnlorlty alnlorltyacordlnc seniorityacoordlpg
according 10minoton acordlnc to Limo h8 rank ranl rljulnr then established IAtablshed by bythn 0 0thA bythe
the action arton aetIo t of the President lrpsldlnt and Senate Blnate and andIndicates an1Indicat andIndicates
Indicates that the thl President seeslno reason reasonfor reasonfr reasonfor
for Indicat reversing rpvlrslna or departing departug from rrol the conclu conclusion coclu coclusIon condo condoiIoTt ¬
sion iIoTt then tbln reached reachedCURRENCY relched relchedCURRElCr reachedt
Japans lpl Monetary Committee CnlnUtee Approves the tbcPosition tbeA thePosItion
the Americans AmericansWASHINGTON AmerIcanaW8RINOTON AmericansT
A Position ro llon Taken Tken by
WASHINGTON W8RINOTON Dec 20 20Tho The monetary monetarycommittee
T 1 committee commlt appointed npplnte by tho Government Governmentof Goverment Govermentot
of Japan Japn to consider cni er the proposals prposall of the theAmerican theAmerlC theI
committee for uniform system systembased Bystombased
American AmerlC cmmite a unfor syatml
I based upon the gold exchange exchanpo standard standardfor standard standardc
c bae for China upn has made rne a a report cordially cordiallyapproving ordlay ordlayapprving cordiallyapproving
the taken the Amen American Amencan ¬
approving apprving position posiion tkel by te Aeri Aerican
can commission cmf6ion The conclusions of the theJapanese theJapan theJapancee
Japanese Japan e committee cmitt are as follows foowsWhorena followsWhereas followsWhereas
Whereas the chsotlft condition comUton of the our currency ourrrlcy ourrezicy ¬
rency snob as now 10W exists exlst In China namely namelyn Dome Domen
n rrlcy condition tinder which there Is no currency currencyin currencytn
in conditon the strict sense of tho term 1s 1 highly hghly die dieadvanteacous dl dladvantageous dtsacvntrcous
tn advantageous not to China alone but also alsoto alsot alsoto
to acvntrcous those countries that have maya commercial commercialrelations connnorcal connnorcalriton commercialrelation
relations t withher with her It is ts th thl the earnest ernest desireToi desireToithe desire of ofthe ofn
n riton the committee lee that a detlnUo defnlto and uniform uniformcurrency pu1forui
i currency cmmi system bo speedily speeiy instituted tnsttuted and endaotually andaotunly andanimally
animally ourency put into operation operltou throughout the thewhole thowbole thet
t aotunly whole empire of China or at all events In Insuoh InAtch Insnob
snob Atch parts of It I t as are 110 of commercial o1merclol ovent 1m 1mportanol innpOrtance im importance ¬
portance portanceIf portanol
If I possible pOllblo It U a desirable d rbe that the currency currencysystem curenc curencIYBtelU currencyt
t system IYBtelU mentioned above Iboo should be on 01 oh a asingle aIlnllo asingle
single gold standard Out In view of the thepresent thopresent thepresent
present Ilnllo condition conditon of China it I is too to much to toexpect tooxpect toexpect
expect that Ihlt the currency reform can be bostarted beI besthrttd
started at once on currency n perfect system eRI and as It ItIH ItIA ItIs
I IH ltrt considered hlrhly highly disadvantageous dl ad vlntlreous to todelay todplo todelay
delay dplo the Bald reform on that account ICCOuut It la laadvisable bndvilaote Isadvisable
advisable ndvilaote to adopt the suggestions 8uJg aton8 of the theAmerican thomorlonn theAmenicimn
American committee commitee as n matter luater of expe expediency eXIe1IIIey expemlteroy ¬
diency But It must be admitted admited that utmost utmostxklll utost utostMkl utmostskill
xklll 1IIIey and nd care are needed neede to overcome oVlreomo the thegreat IhoIMt tinetreat
great Mkl IMt difficulties dlfcultls which necessarily necessariy accompany accompanrthl accompanythe
the thl operation of the tie system systemIt systemIt
It operton Is considered consldorc desirable deAlrnhl1 that the ra roto ratio of
12 3 to I between betwlen gold old and onc the silver silvershould Ilver coins coln9should coinsshould
should be adopted for other sliver sl vlr using usingcountries uslncountrte r rcuntrle
standard standardUXCLEJOK slandardUCI standardc countries cuntrle that may lay hereafter adopt the gold goldstandard Jotd Jotdslandard got gotstandard
t i The Te Npoaker Hpfarr Can cn Accept Aoettt Invitations fnlatlona to toOnly toOnl toa toOnly
a Only Onl Two Dimmers Dhwlrs a Week WeekWASHINGTON WeekLt3iUNOT0N eek eekWASIUNCTN
WASHINGTON WASIUNCTN Lt3iUNOT0N Deo 20 20Wben When Uncle UncleJoe UncleJoe
1 Joe Cannon wan WI mado Speaker Speker ho renewed renewedacquaintance ronowedk
k aquaitnc acquaintancowlth acquaintance with the thedomonof demon of Indigestion Indigestionwhich Indl Indigestionwhich lton ltonwhich
which has ha harassed harll years yearl of his hi life lie To Tobe Tot o ohe
t be cautious Mr Cannon Cnnon warned his hisuvcr blst hIslaughter
t daugh laughter cautoU who 18 the hed bead of warne his house bousof housethat
that wne while Zt their ow own lath lathim ltrng string Wi was wasever
t J f ever out and and ho loved love his friends as 1 of old oldsho oldI
I I I i h1 she Iho must under no circumstances crcumstance accept acceptinvitations acept acceptt
1 I 11 invitations Invlttou for him tomoro tomnmorotlian to more than two dinners dinnersu dioneIl
a t t uweek u 1 week weekHo wek weket
5 t p Ho H far ho h has been able to t maintain maintin this thisrule thisr thisL
et L r rule rul Ca but his hundreds hunde of friends frlen In town townhave townhave
2 have found foune out tho limit lmit and to make thrm thrmnelvea thpl t1ment
t selves Ielv solid loUd as IS his hil dinner host hOt hosti have fallen fallenInto faton fatonq
ti q Into Int the habit of Inviting Imltng him him weeks wlkl ahead aheadWith aheadWith aheaditli
1 With itli the thelnyllatlonM Invitations before him It Is 11 pretty
1 I I hard hnld for the Speaker lpener to t tell tel which he most macstit mostwishes mot
it p wishes to t accept aCpt but the remembrance romeluranco of oftho orI atr
1 I r Z tho pangs pang of indigestion tndlgcton remind remln him of ofhis ofI
I l his sworn Iworn limit Ilnlt and IIP Ill pathetically pnthetcl turns turnsthn turnsI turnsw
w I tine lle tnatUir mattr over to t Miss Cannon CannonU CannonI
I U I is a knownfact that Uncle Joe Jo will wI
for love of hits hi friends accept acpt an invitation ivittion
to ttO a rpallv rNlv1 fashionable function functon nt times timesbut titii
but hut the dinner d nner ho 10 moot mOt longs for Is II where tmC tmChut
the 0 menu is I is limited Illf to tho simplest 811pllt things thingsare
the we mnkt mnarkt aford iLiTords hut where the boya boyaare
are fredBllnvlld all Invited to 1Imble nuwmble about aholtthe abomttthe the board bY
and av aiim whflrti Ihi hi Ir with none and jest jlt the thl future
I of politico p f1nt I nffordnithe alordl nl the theme After Arer the thenpw Uo Uonf thefew
few nf ywir y r thn Hpenkera Hpokprs acceptances aCptnc will willr willprouaiI
prouaiI probably b I extended to three 11m dinners dlnneT a
r t I wekbl week bts neV neyeJnore neyeJnoreI ore
The Te Pit Year a Notable one Ole In IheJHiUr IheJHiUrof thellal thellalof
of the he Federal Fecral Commission CommissionWASHINGTON Cmm1910n Cmm1910nW ComnmnissiotiV4SuZN0TON
WASHINGTON W Disc D 20 20Aorlng 20According According to tb tbannual tbe tbeannual tbannual
annual IIOTN report reprt of Examiner Emlner Klgglna Iggll of th thCivil the theCivi thCivil
Civil Civi Service Seric Commbwlon Cnu lon the fiscal f1 yea yeaended year yearende yaended
1603 vrae the m xt notabl notablIn
ended ende Juno 80 8 10 WA mqlt notble notbleIn
In tho history hitry of that tha body boy TIme total totl aura cutnbor nut aurabor
bor of persona prson examined emlne by eduoatlona eduoatlonateats tuoUonal tuoUonalI eduoatlonatests
otherwise during the wa was
teats tets and otherla 118 year yer
112624 12624 as compared cmpre with 60459 6658 for the thipreceding theprecing tbprecedIng
preceding precing fiscal tol year yrr The Te commission oommissloigave oommllon oommllongavo commissiongave
gave 854 6 u54exsmlnatlous examinations examiatons at more mor than om omthousand onethousnd omnthousand
thousand thousnd places pl 8 throughout tloughout the country countrywhere cuntr countrywhere
where there are ar local loo loca boards bs of examiners examinersThe exlners exlnersTe examinersThe
The Te total number nube of persons pn appointed appointedpromoted appointe appointedpromoted
promoted prmotetranaerd transferred or reinstated was
40207 40207In 40207In 40207In
In 1883 183 when the oonunlsalon oomllonwas was organ organled organIzed
led 110 3542 persons personl were examined exmlnr prln prlnclpally principaly pnincipaily
clpally cipaly for clerical cercl places plc In tho departmen departmental deprmen deprmental en ental
tal customs cstoms and post office oro services seT1cs ant antCIO and
616 appointments appointents were made mao From Frm July Juy
10 1883 to June SO 1892 covering cvering the firsnine frst frstnine firs flrslohms
nine years yers of the coramlwlons oommlBlons work there theriwere therewero thenwere
were 125212 persons examined examlne and 2954 2954persona 2964 29f4persons
persona perBna 15212 appointed applnle prns for all 11 branches of th thclassified the theclilfe thiclassified <
classified service serviceEvidence serviceEvidonce
clilfe Evidence Eldenc 8rvc of the recent rapid growtof growtl growtlof grwth grwthoC
of the civil service Is s contained cntaine 1n in tho state statement Itate Itatement staternent
ment 011 that that lint lost lat year year there Iher were wer 11282 11282persons 12624 12624pelone 11262ipersons
persons examined attd hd 40423 appointment appointmentmade appintent appintentmade1218 appolnt1neutmmadei588
pelone examine
made madei588 12688 fewer examinations exallnatloD and I087i I087imore 10876more 10871more
more made1218 appointments appolntmentlade made thai In InJhe he entin entinfirst entr entinifirst
first flt nine nIne years year period Jlerlo of the commls commlsslons cmmis cmmissions comrnlsaion
aion slons existence existenceThirtytwo oxlstencehlrtytwo existenceTiirtytwo
Thirtytwo per cent cnt of the thopelonl persons ex examlned examlntl examined
amlned last lat year yer applied applie for clerical lerl l posh poeltlons posltlotl poshdons
dons tlotl 20 per cent cut for carrier crrier positions pOHllonR It Itthe II iithe
the rural free fre delivery deler service serlcel 21 per cent centfor cnt cntfor centfor
for positions In the navy 11Y yardt yard aru 8 per cent centfor centCor centfor
for posions professional prof lnal scienuflo scentfo and technical teclmlcapositions technicalpositons technicapositions
positions positons 8 t per cent for mechanical mechonlcl posl positlons posltlons psl psltloll
tlons tloll requiring rquiring educational euctonal qualifications
24 per cent for mechanical positions psiion requir requirIng reql reqttinIng r rIng
Ing no 10 educational wlcatonRI knowledge klow ege and 7 tIer pelcent tIerlnt PeTcent
cent lnt for miscellaneous ml laeou1 positions positionsOf pelionf
Of the appointments made Oade 24 per cent centwere cut cutwer centWere
were clerical appntents 3 per cent professional professional3Q vrfe8810unl
3Q mechanical mechanicl and nd 7 per cent CntL skilled lkle labor laborcent laborOC laborof
OC all tho those e wino ho ware examlnM 8 SD er ercent ercent
cent al passed and Id 46 46er ner cent cnt of those tholo who wluof whopl winoIflBSOd
IflBSOd ed were appointed M so that 36 per Cnt cent centof
pl wer n1lpolnted
or appolntment appolntmenthe al all examne exaaidnmxFwerosticcessM ere ilcoesRf1In In locrlnK locrlnKappolntment eocunin eocuninapoolutments
limo he reportias reporteaya thntQ tiiatmro thn than 40 per cent centof centof
of the men and nearly nenrly nenry 25 21 2 Jer per cent centyear cnl of the thewOlon thewomen
wOlon women to wlo wlton psltou pasitlou tece ver olere offered al as asstenographers
stenogrpher stenographers and typet typewrltomas l during the theear tineyear
year ear declined decline ofi a account accunt of the low sal salaries 8alIrie sataries ¬
aries Irie and an adds addsSome nds ndsSome addsScone
Some dIRIoulty dllloult has Iae been blen uxperlonceJ wperleoce In Insecuring II insecuring
securing clrlll BUmclent ulclent enemies elgiles from torn certain certainprofessional cerlnluIrofl ma maprofessional
professional slonal ttcbntesl technical and lod sclentltlu aclentOu cx cxumluailons c oxaitmiiualionai
umluailons Irofl to inuet ue the needs n eda of tho service serviceThis serlceTille servIceliii
This Illualon liii U I espcelauy pcclaU true In regard relrd to toexRml toexRmln810n exami examination examin5tione ¬
nation for aid la I the Coast Coa1t and Qeodetlc QeodetlcSurvey Geodeto GeodetoBurn OeodetioSurvey
Survey Burn n810n civil engineer draftsman meat lel in inBpector InKlector lnspector
Bpector and cvi stenographer steIQPher eDleer and lud typewriter typewriterTlie tpewrl
Tile Klector Inadequate Inadeuate entrance salaries saries offered offeredisthe offrl offereddeter
deter many cmpeleDt competent p8anslrom persons irwin eottTlnK eottTlnKthe entering enteringthe
the eXaflhiAAtloflI excpt except fO for ios1tIonB osltona where whereordinary here
ordinary cicnicmll omialmeatigne are reQirt reqtYlred reqtYlredas
isthe B8 ordlut the prosperous prDsperD clerC1 condTtiouii condltloP cond1ttop prevflillnc prevflillncl prelne prelnemJUlout prevfthllngthr0ughotit
thr0ughotit l l tM tb A coutry country n 6 mdbIe i bla T leclnlcal leclnlcalBnd tecuniqal tecuniqaland AlT lABl lABlMen
and mJUlout profetelolial Men to do better beter as a rule ruleIn rUletn ruleIn
In outside profeslonalln employment than tlm lu the Govern Qovernmeat Goer Governmeat
meat service serviceThe 8erlce 8erlceTe serviceThe empoylent
The number of applicants applcants for tile Philip Philippine PhUp Philipprne ¬
prne Te service serlc fell Cel from tom 1174 174 lathe In te the precedingIlsoni preceding precedingnumber preceing preceingfscl
Ilsoni year to 53lfor the present rcet yer year The Thenumbr Thenumber
number fscl numbr rar of Americans Am 1310r cns in I the Philippine PhilippinesenIce Phlppine Phlppine8eTlc Philippinesenice
senIce 8eTlc now oonsUtutosimore cnttto mor than tlan GO G o per percent pr prcont percent
cent of the entire etire fore Coro them tfrA being aa aashown a asshown
Ihown shown by JlereportI177 jite He report 2777 2 77 Americans Amercns and ad
261 2097 Fllipihoj FpfbO In puWo PUDU employment employmentOf epoyent epoyentOrR
It has fal More TlianDoubloiIJn TanDoublrdJn lIme thf Last Lst Ten TenVcar rcacart eD eDer
Vcar er cart and alt U Sow X01 ow Sl8tKOOOooo Sl8tKOOOoooWASHINGTON 81800 1SIooooooWsS1IIN0T02
WASHINGTON WASJNOTON Dec De 20 20mmerc 20Commerce Commerce be between be between ¬
twen tween Canada Candl and the United ute States Sttes showsi shows IhoW8 IhoW8I
I i rapid gain both bot in the figures fgures gures of the year yearibout yearnbout yearabout
about to end and In 11 those thO of the tb decennial decennialperiod dNnnlal dNnnlalprod decennialperiod
prod period which ends with wih tho present prent year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The years commerce cmmerce with wth Canada Cad as asshown asshown
shown by the figures fr of a the Department Deparmet of ofUommorce OfCommorce orCommerce
Commerce and J Labor br tltrough Its 1 bureau bureauof bUrau bUrauofstllcltaggegate
ofstllcltaggegate of BtotlstlcsHJrllV aggregate pearly plarlrtwo plarlrtwohunded two twohundred twohundred
hunded hundred million milon dollars olars agataat agaitl less than thanone thn thnone thanone
one hundred millions mnlon In 1893 The Increase Increaseoccurs Incee Inceeoocurs Increaseoccurs
occurs both In Imports Smprts Into the United UnitedStates Unite UnItedStates
States from Canada Canca and exports epota from Crm the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States to Canada Canada Our Import Importafrom Importfrom Imporfrom
from Canada Cld which In 1899 9 amounted amount to toonly toonly toonly
only 34000000 3400 will wi In the present pre8nt year yearreach yoarrech yearreach
rech reach about abut tWOOOOOO OO Our OW exports epor to toCanada toCanla toCanada
Canla Canada which whcll In 1803 183 wr wore 1700 87000000 will willIn wl willIn
In 1603 03 aggregate agggt about aout 130 130 i30000000 000000 Our Ourtotal Ourtotal Ourtotal
total commerce comerovltCanada commercawlthCsnada with Canada has bl thus grown grownfrom gwn gwnfrom grownfrom
from 91OOOjOOO 910 In 1893 to approximately Bpprxma approxmmataly185000O00 ly
11850 185000000 In 1003 193 Tho total ttl tOn commerce comore of oftho oCtho ofthe
tho United Umt Stated SttC In the calendar clendar year 1893 1893was 189Swa 1803was
was wa 1116500 1652000000 1 and In 1903 193 will wi aggre aggrecommerce agte aggregate
g gate te aDut about 14000 sztcooooooo Thus the ttnl ttnlcommer total totalcommerce
commerce commer of the United States Stte from ig igto 1893 1893to 1893to
to 1903 193 has hl increased Inorao about CO G o per pr cent centwhile cnt cntwhie centwhile
while whie our commerce oomero wtthCanada wthCnda has hl more morethan moreth morethan
than doubled doubledOn doubl doublOn
th On the Import side sie theIncrease the Incre8e In our ourpurchases ourpurobaes ourpurchases
purobaes purchases from fr Canada Canaa baa ha been much muchmore muchmore muchmono
more rapid rpid proportionately prprtonatly than from fromother Crm Crmother fromotberpartaof
otberpartaof other parts part of the world The1 Th total totl Imports Importsof Impr
of the United Unite States Httes in 1893 were wer 778000000 778000000and 77600 776000000and
and In the calendar clendar year ear 1903 193 will w aggregate aggregateabout aggrepato aggregateabout I
about abolt 1000000000 10 1000 00 000000 HU increase of about abut 30 30States SOper 0 0parcentwii1te
per parcentwii1te cent wWt the Im imports orte Int Into tl the Unite United United1tates
States 1tates tles from Canada Cana meantime meantme show Iho an anincrease an anInrae anincrease
increase Inrae of about abut 60 6 per cent C The total totalexports totl totlexprt totalexports
exports from the te United Uilte pr States tUta which whichIn wh0h wh0hIn
In exprt 1893 were wer 1818000000 B6i 916 000000 O Will in 1D03 1103 ap approximate npproxmat opproximate ¬
proximate proxmat 1400000000 l46uO < an increase Inolale of 06 06per 0 06per
per cent while in our or exports to Canada Canadathe Canna Cannatbe Canadathe
the Increase Inoe is about aut 12S 16 expA per cent centThe cnI centThe
The Te aboveuflgurea abovegue are for calendar calndar years yearsin yeaJ yearsin
in InU all cases ca and are er necessarily nec8arly estimates estimatesBO estimatessoTaraa
soTaraa BO s her br Tar la 1903 1903Tha 10 1903Time aa a they tey relate rea to t thtnonth themonth of Decem December Decm Decmbr Decemher ¬
The principal prnoal Articles artol a Imported Impre from fromCanada Cr frontCanada
Canada Conado arocorses I are bores horses sheep flah fh furs fur and andskins nndlkin andskins
skins lkin hides and ad skins eM nickel rckel and matte matteand mate matead matteand
and ad lumber lmber The principal prncpal articles article ex exported exprted oxporte ¬
ported prted porte to Canada are animals animl books ools maps mapsAo mapse
Ao e whoat whot coal raw cotton ottn manufactures manufacturesof
of cotton cttn manufactures maufactur ca of iron and steel steelr stel stelprovisons steelprovisions
provisons provisions r < v vsoeda IncludIng dtlr dairy prouotl products and andsos earlscads
scads scadsVETERAXFOUNDVEJID soedalie
sos sosEER
lie le Was WI flanging Unlll to t a Tree Tee by b HU ii Hand1iielt Hand HandWhich land landlloh
Which lloh Wat tas aa aught uht In a Fork ForkWASHINGTON ForkWASUNOTON ForkWASUINOTO
WASHINGTON WASUNOTON Doo 21 21John 21John John Donnelly Donnellywatchman Donely Donelywatn Donnellywatclmnxtn
watn watchman In the tle State War and ad nary KavyDepartments naryDepartments y yDeprments
Deprments Departments since slnc tho close cloe cto e of the civil civilwar clviiwar
war of which ho was W a a veteran vltorin died ded here heretonight her heretonight
toniht tonight under uder r peculiar pcular circumstances circumstancesA crumtan s sA
A pedestrian pe estrlan hastening through thrugh the Smith Smithsonian Smih Smihsonian Smitheonlan ¬
sonian grounds groudl this thl evening evenlg found his hisbody hisbO hisbody
body bO y hanging by the wrist writ of o Ills only arm armthe an armthe
the other having been bn lost In the service serviceTlie srV serviceThe
The Tte body hoy was t bent BO 10 that the knoOv knoOvtouched knol knstouched
touched touche the grouvdsupponting ground groUd supporting supporing the body bodyAn boy boyAn bodyAn
An ambulance ambulnc was s called cale and and the man mantaken mantaen mantaken
taken to tho hospital hospial but It was WB found foundthat foundthnt foundthat
that taen ho had hd been dead ded for fo some sor time timeInvestigation tm timeInvestigation
Investigation showed shovo that that ho was o a 1 sum sufforer au auC sumfOrer
forer C rer ImCtgatou from heart hear disease deaso and It Is surmised surmisedthat suned sunedthat surmisedthat
that In passing plslng through the park pnl he was wasseized wasseized 1
seized with wih an a attack atck throul1 ran ra to t the tree t forsupport for forof Corsupport
eelze support and caught his had hand In the Cork Corkof forkof
of the tree just aa a lie sank 8lk exhausted exhaustedDovoirrr oliusted oliustednOOWI exhaustedIJIGNOWITY
He le Retires Retre From Fom the Mexican Mining lnlnl and andExploration andFllloraUon andExploration
Exploration ConipanSVASUINQr0In Company CompanyWASHINGTON CnIJn CnIJnW
WASHINGTON W A8RINOTON Dec De 20 20Tho Tho business businessdifferences buiness buinessdllerenO businessdifferences
dllerenO differences between betwen the Mexican Mexcn Mining Miningind Ulnlngand Miningand
and Exploration Explrlton Company Cmpy of this tl city cityand cityand cityand
and James Jam W Dlgnowlty which became becameknown becme becmeknow becameknown
know known publicly publcly early In October when whenDlgnowity whenDignowty whenDlgnowity
Dignowty Dlgnowity and E K Summerwoll Bumerwol a a New NewVork Newiork
Vork ork attorney attrey wore charged chrge with wt breaking breakingjpen breakingopen
ope open a desk esk of the president of the com company om ompn oempony ¬
pony former Cor fonmn r Senator Sentor John P Jones Jone of ofNevada oCNevada ofevada
pn Nevada and extracting extrctng books ook and papers papershave papfrs papershavo I I11e
have 11e been bon settled 8ttf out of court cu This T ap applies applr applies ¬
plies only to the civil olvl milts suiteThe miltsThe witsThe
plr The company cpany has hI taken takn over or all of the theDlgnowlty theDlgnoty theDignawlty
Dlgnoty Dlgnowlty Interests Intoret and nd be re rtr retir tiros from fromhe fr fromhe
the he company cmpany A letter lette signed Ilo by Dlgnowity Dlgnowityind Dinowlty Dinowltyand
and made mne public pulc is I a virtual viul admission adlfon that tlt tltho thatLb
ho Lb 10 misrepresented mlreprentl the ho foots foe as to t the tbom tbommerclal com commercial earninercial ¬
mercial standing Indlng of tim t1 company companyC cmpny cmpnyC
C F U Bounce Cbandeller CndeUer AUUcn AUUcnTho Ilen IlenTho MaJcersThe
Tho Central Federated Fodcra d Union Unon paused ped a aeeolutlon areoluton aresolution
reoluton resolution yesterday yotM7 expelling ex the to Chande Chandeler Cbdo Cbdoler Cliandelien
ler lien Makers Maker Union Unon which whc has h 1600 J mom memJCTS me mombars
b bars JCTS for not obeying obying instructions lltructon given glvtn to tot t toit
It it t by the Boston tn convention OnYntoD of the American Americanilon Aericn Aericnofraton AmericanFederation
Federation ofraton O of Jxmr r t to Join an Inwrnatonal Inwrnatonalon internatlonai internatlonaiittioii
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With Wih Siioli Suol Men eD to Ueklndle Ieklndle Ireland Ireland1luiaglnatlou IrelandallallnaUou IrelandImagination
Imagination llallnaUou Says HaIUouIU UourKe CocltraiUie Cocltrai Cocltrln CocltrlnUle Cockraiathe
the Green Land Lald Will 11 Sure HuD lie le Frt FrtThe I ErciTime rle rleTie
The Tie Poet Tells Tell About bout ftcil ncvlvltiB Rc1lnl lug Gaelic Gaelicrime GatlliThe Gaelc Gaelcrhe
The County Slfgo men gave a dinner la lanight la8t la8tnlglt las lasmilgint
nlglt night at Healyft IealYI Sixtysixth street an anColumbus and andColumbus annColumbus
Columbus avenue to William Wilm Duller luter Venttho Vent Yet Yeatstime
tho Irish iish poet and nd dramatist dramatst who has bee beelecturing been beenlecturng beemlecturing
lecturing lecturng In the tle United States St te since alle October Oc October Octobr
tober tobr about the movement to revive an in interest Interest interest
terest in Irish Iish literature lterature In Ireland Th Thpresident The Thepreldont Timiprc8tdent
president preldont of the Hllgo lgo Mens Association Alsoclatol I IPatrick 1 L LPatrick
Patrick J J Cunningham but Dr J 1 C lianapresided liana Hanol Hanolpreided Hammampresided
presided preided ut the dinner Biwides HlldC Mr lr Yeati Yeatithe Yeat Yeatsthe
the specially Ipcolal Invited Invitd guests RlPsti were W Boitrk BoitrkCockran Deurlo DeurloCockan BotmrkmCockran
Cockran Cockan tho Rev He T I U I Quinn a parial parialpriest parlehpriet imanlalvrleat
priest priet from Ballngaderecn who came t tthis to tott ti tithis
this tt country countl some time ago to raise mile fund fundwith fundI fundIwith fummdiwith
with which to complete the lie cathedral there thereWhich therewlcb therevWch
Which wlcb was va 1egul jegun thirtysix yenrt elts ago ani aniCol and andCol anCcl
Col James Jame Moran MoranMr Moranr MoranMr
Mr r Cochrau Coclrn instead of the guest o ohonor of ofhonor ohonor
honor was called cale upon uon tiponjpr hr ur the lirst lirlt speech speechas RpeechI
as I he had ha to hurry hur away Iway to provide prolde at i imeeting a ameetng n nmeeting
meeting meetng nt lt Carnegie arleglo Hall Hal He tallied talted o opoets of ofpoet ol olpoets
poets poet and the debt humanity hUlullty owes to them thempaid thempaid tlnemmipaid
paid a I high compliment complment to the work Mr MrYeats MrYeat MrYeats
Yeats Yeat IJAS ls done don and an Is 1 doing for the cause ca1se camise o oIrish of ofIrsh 01 01Idsin
Irish Irsh liberty lutty and nd closed ololed by b saying sayingIreland salngIreland sayingIreland
Ireland has been olel oppressed for centurlei centurleiby conlurtl I Iby
by one of the niottt lo t powerful owurfut iuslltutlons IUIUwlons li lithe In Intlt liithe
the ole world orld Yet during all the u years n1rs of hen heivassiiluiru hrVOISllUI1 henvassalage
tlt vassalage she Ihe has hu hl8 remulued relutu d the UI mud flud of 5tor 5torumid storj storjundofsouic stry strytld
undofsouic tld umid VOISllUI1 of soug OU a Her I Ir foil 1011nl may hiS haw 111 b beeni eu el drench drenclul drenchwltb drenehimwith
with l l th thii 1 lT hloo blood 1 or h lien r 101 sonic Hu the l very 11 Irul grass of ofher 01her A Abut
her delds ItlV malay ha mayo beau een trpd bunmned ut tl the roots roohbut rootsbut
but TbiTMhev leds the ashes hid wnbern of patrlotlKin nlrlotKI thai thaihHveiiiBV8riKoiiBi thuthlvo thuithave
hHveiiiBV8riKoiiBi hlvo have never 10le gonie oiitj out and ald with wil such linen inenlilndlloe len Ii ins insMr
Mr leats ent to rekindle thOdl tinoe ewLur emnberaj 11 by r rWndlng re reLindilag
lilndlloe 11 Wndlng the Irish liaanlnatlon Illulnnton by h excitin excitina exeln exelnn
a new lore for the old traditions trldltoul a I new no lu Interest luterm luteOt
term teOt in Irish lrsb song and story tho tiu pld pit pit lau lauand land landInl landand
and the green land the la land 01 muso mnUaio ii iithe ad and of ofdrlsD8 oftiresome
drlsD8 tiresome Inl will he delvered delivered into time hands of ofIhe ofthe
the sontKif lonltber aoneofber wu lier patriots and nd her niart lUrhTd lUrhTdM martyrs martyrsMr > Ts TsMr
Mr Yeats Yeat told tld of the effort ofort now no being beingmade beingmado beingimmade
made M to revive revve an anlntertstl aninterestia Interest lu the te Irish IrJh drama dramaas dawa dawaa
as a means men to a revival of interest Inteet nil ni over overthe overUte overthe
a the island Iland In I the Irish Irih language langage He spoke spokeof spokeof
of the te theatre thotto he o has a established estblhed In Dublin Dublinand Dubln Dublnand Dublinand
and then said saidfor ImldFr saidlor
for Fr long Ion years are Ireland has been oppressed oppressedwith oppressedWth oppressedwith
with Enatli JingiIb ngll h vulgarity vulJlrjt 1 know klow there tlere are aregood lre lregood airogood
good Wth men len and great Ireat men In II England Elgiand but butthe butthe butthe
the men she has sent over to administer odllnlster the theaffair thelalrl tueaffairs
affair of Ireland Irelad have Juve been beel In the iiudn iiudnmen mm ma mamen
men lalrl of coarse coare and vulgar tastes tlsles For Ull yHrs yHrsIt y Prs PrsIt rs rsit I
It was WIS the boast of Dublin Dubln University tnlvorlt that thatall thata thatMi
all Its is truly great intellects iuteluuls were v re English EnglishThat Ellrlsh Ellrlshflat Egilshrlat
a That boost bont can cal be no longer lonlerrnde made A now nowbirth 1 mewbirth
birth flat has been blen given elpl1 to Irish literature lerature and audIrishmen nudJrshmen andIrishmen
Irishmen have ut It last learned leared that a civil civilservice civilservice
Jrshmen service appointment or the preferment that thatEngland thatEaland thatEngland
8erVce Ealand England IPpltent Is 19 always alwayI willing llug to give to Irishmen Irish Irishmen Irlsbmeu ¬
men of brains is not so much mich amid to be bp desired desiredlu
lu u the reward that are Iru waiting wultllit ut home homeAll homeAll
All we rewars have bad with wIh which whlcl to do this work workhis workhl workhas
hl his 1 been lao a handful handnT of dreams drlam lint Dut > It Is Isdreams tAdrfaDs Isdreanas
drfaDs dreams ben that thlt set the ImaKiuutlon Inaglultol afire utro and andnothing andnothll andnothing
nothll nothing Js 186 so necessary De lry to welt I directed patri patriotism Ptfl Ptflottsm patriotlsmn ¬
otism OB an Imagination atlnme Only the theother t theother 10 10otber
other da day I received rcehed Imnlnoton a letter from fm home bore telllnC tell telln tel
lnC mo that it now pia play had boots produced producedIn
thlt t
In IDI n my m little lite theatre in numin Duhlu mind nnr that the therodnotlon theproduoton timeprodnotlon
rodnotlon produoton > bad been b en a groat SUCCeSS SU CtdS Yut Yutbe 1u 1utbe to tothe
the be author of that play pil was WIS I line ho not 10t v very verylettered ry ryottered rylottrw
lettered son of an unlettered farraer frm1r That TJut TJutIs Thatis
Is lottrw 9 a soffipla amiSflple lon of the work wltttere ork we are doing at lt home homeCol homefor homefor
for the dear old land fnd nid her peopll people peopleCci
Col Moran trnn mdo mado a a speech spooh In I which he hosaid heId o od
said Cl Id d that ho had Id particular partcula interest in the theheatre thet thetitestre
t heatre eatro tat nowadays u wadaya because beue ho had a daugh daugher duJh duJhto
to tom er who nownYJ Is playing pl with wih Channcoy Cauncey Oloott OloottATid Ocott OiciottAnd
And next summer jng mc said the Colonel < llonnl I Im Iam 1am
am Ad m going ging to t take my daughter to t Ireland Irelandrltb Irelandltl Irelandwith
with ltl Mr M Oloott Olott and nd maybe they will wi pro proluce produce produco
duce luce one of Mr r Yeats plays in tho Dublin DublinTfother Dubln Dublnthate Dublintiitze
tiitze tiitzeTather
thate thateater Tfother Quinn also als spoke Ipolee Before the thellrnier thedlnewsoer thedinner
dlnewsoer dinner wasover It was announced thnt the theannual theann theannual
annual ball dlthp Sligo men would bo held heldIttTammatljnallontlioovoulngof heldIn heldinTamnmatlylialtontuieovouing
bal tt Slgo
ann In IttTammatljnallontlioovoulngof TamtIalontheGVeulng o of ofJan Jan Jai U UMINERS U1INERS UMINERS
Aal Angry Because DeooRe the Ue rxSherlfl px herUT has la Ueei UeeiAppointed UeenApInted VieenAppointed
Appointed ApInted Mine 110 Inspector InsprclorWii4K InlptetorWILsDnnE InspectorWxucxsBenne
Wii4K WILsDnnE WxucxsBenne SBAiiRB Pa Deo 20 20Jannes 20JannesMartin Jame JameMartin
Matn Martin the Slierlff in charge of tho posse possewhich possiwhich p080 p080whloh
which fired fe into striking strikng miners at Lattmor Lattmorfve Lattlmo Lattlmoflvo Lattmmerfive
five fve years yer ago Igo is to encounter encountr bitter oppo opposltlou oppositon opposltlon
sltlou siton to his Is appointment l polntleut as 1 mine Inspector Inspectomade IIJcctur IIJccturmdqyctenay Inspectormnadq
made yesterday Tho nimoworkersall Oloworlersall ovoiUie over ovcrte overthe
mdqyctenay the district dl8tlct are voicing oicng heir rrsentment rrsentmentand rAentmtntj rAentmtntjand reeentmmntand
te and although atough the four Judges were 1cre unanl unanlmous unnl unnlmous unanimode
mous in the matter mater they aro being severely severelycriticised loerely loerelycrlUoe severelycriticised
criticised criticisedOne criticisedOne
One of these Olle Judgo Wheaton Whlton who is tt ttfight to tofgbt tofight
fight fgbt Qov Pennypackor for the Huprenu HuprenuCourt Huprmo HuprmoCout SuprenieCourt
Court Cout nomination nominaton may find Ind that he ha haserious 11 has hasserious
serious opposition oppsiion among nonp laboring mlrn men menpurely menpuly menpurely
serous puly purely ou u account neount of Martins appointment appointmentTho appolntmlnt appolntmlntTho
Tho mine workers wotler are to t attack attck t tim no legality legalityof legalty legaltyof
of tho rno appointment on the ground that thaMartin thatIln thatMartin
Martin has lal not within a I year tuken tin tinexamination thoexamnton tineexamination
examination Iln required require of inspectors Din Dintrict DII Dietnict
examnton trict Board Bard Member Membr Carne Crne said today to ay thabad that thathd thatbad
hd bad trct the miners mlneM any anY Idea Idll th thin court was waiconsldoring WI wasconsidering
considering conidin te Martin they would have poured
200 200000 letters lettr of protest into tho court courtwithin courtwitin courtwithin
witin within twentyfour bourn bournThey hOUT hiounmsThey
They Tbe will wi resent this affront aIront he says saysVXW RayVKIN saysUNION
Remit of Ofs Competitive cpettn Rxmulnatlon Ramlnaton Held Heldby 1111 fieldb
by b AUyur laor nru Brush BrushMoUKT ErusliMoUiI h hMoUNT
MoUNT VEPNON YErNON If Y Dec Dc 20 20Mayor 20Mayorrh 20MayorBrush Mayor MayorBrush
Brush rh of Mount 10ot Vernon has ha just brought broughtabout brught brughtabut broughtabout
abut about a settlement of a contest cntest between betwen this tholabor 1m 1mlabr thislabor
labr labor Unions ons and the employers over the theappointment theapplntrent timeappointment
applntrent appointment of a building blhlln Inspector in8pct9 whichthreatened which whichthreatened whiohthratenld
thratenld threatened to wreck the be local locl Republican Republicanorganization Uepublcnn UepublcnnOT ItepubhlcanorganizatIon
OT organization ani7tlon Tho job which Is worth worthabout worthablL worthabout
ablL about 11200 120 1200 a a year Iar will wl goto go to John Burden Burdenof
of the carpenter1 mrpeuteM union unionTho unionThin
Thin Tle unions numbering numorlng numberingabout unon unonTle about eight hun hundred hundd hundied ¬
dd died men were behind ohlnd liurdcn and anothermania another anotherman anotherman
man and the employers emplo T union was forE for I K II IIHarrington I IIIlarrlnigton
Harrington a a local locl builder bulrllr The factional factionalfeeling Cdctoml factionalfeeling
Cl1ng feeling over tho appointment tppolntmelt ran rln very high highand hllll hllllRnd highand
and Dr Brush nlh not wishing wlBhln to affront ulront either eitherride elthcride eitherside
ide ride announced announcd that he would hold a com competitive cm cmrttve cornpetitive ¬
petitive examination exnmlnaton Mr 1r Harrington larlngton nt nttho lt ltthe sitIbo
rttve the last l8t moment romont withdrew IWCUUPO heClulho no saidbe said saidbo sid sidho
bo had been on a a builder bulder so long that it was wasridiculous wasnidlcmhoiis nl
rdClot ridiculous to compel compl him to undergo undfrRO an anexamination In InEmlnaton anrinminat
rinminat examination examinationDr ion ionDr
Emlnaton EmlnatonDr Dr Brush Bnh said sid It wan wa ridiculous rdiculoll too but buth buthe
he 10 had hd no other way of bringing about a niottlement aBtt atettisinent
Btt h iottlement ment of the controversy controvery Burden Burdenind Rlfon Rlfonhd Jhtirdenbid
hd bid a a tine fro average Iverag and was appointed yesorday yes yeslorday cs cstorey
torey torey1onESllfRS lorday lordaytonsEsuoEns ordayfIORSES1IOERS
1onESllfRS tonsEsuoEns t Il IX A i UAU 111 WAY WAYotent UiY UiYPoM IFAYProtest
PoM Protest otent InMcctlnt In lcetn Atatnut AlalnBtthcConlnQanoe AlalnBtthcConlnQanoeof AgatasttheCentlnuanoe AgatasttheCentlnuanoeof tho Continuance Continuanceof
of Tlielr Strike StrikeMemlwrs Slrlc SlrlcMember StrikeMembers
Members Member of the Journeymen Jourcven Horse Horeehoers Hon Honshor Horseihioei
shor hoers a Union Unin held an indignation Indlgn ton meeting meetingesterday meetna meetna1estry meetIngresterday
esterday in a 1 ball laU In West 100th 10th street streeto streetto
1estry to o protest prtt against aKalt tho continuance cntnuanct of tho thoorseshoers thohorshol themorseshoers
horshol orseshoers strike for the union label labelfhlch lahelwhh labelvhlch
whh fhlch started in December Decmber 10i2 l1C2 Neither Neitherrages NeitherwagE8 NeIthervagea
wagE8 rages nor hours hour of lnlx labor > r are Iro Involved Involed inho In Inho Intho
tho ho strike strlee Tbu lu members memher of the to Master Masterlorscshoerft MMterHOIhoem MasterElorseshoers
HOIhoem lorscshoerft Association Aclaton pay union unon wages wagesind wugesand wagesnod
and employ union niou 101 but J refuse reCus to abol abolsh a101 a101ll abolsh
sh their own clIstinRUbhlns dlsUnuL hlng stump and andisoa andtla andieee
ll tla isoa union olon labelInstead lbellnltcud That has ha cniifud cniifudho enuedlao autedtlo
tlo ho trouble troubleTho truble trubleIhu troubleThe
The strike trko has 18 been a failure fallr and an many manyif man manof
of if the horseBhoerB hrRhol are ar in bad straits strai More Moreban Morehan rore rorethan
ban one hundred hure of tho original orl lnal 000 6 mem memlers member mom momjars
ber jars of the th union uion are ar Rtlll Itlldle ItlldleSme idle idleSome idleSome
Some Sme of the sneakers splkE at last las nights meet meetng meetn I IInl
n ng vigorously vgorUly donounoodtHo doounodto union leaders leadersor leader
Inl for or continuing ontlung a R unoless tles battle batte A re relutln rosa rosautica i iution I
lutln utica was I pawed td calling mln for a settlement uottlemontif telolt teloltof
of if the strike Itrke in any ny reanonablo rMnablo WAY It Itfill I Itvii
fill bo b submitted euumted to the union uion tonight tonght I
MoiiienB ClotliliiK Clotllul Treated Tealed ai Ughtly Ughtlyat a aat a aat
at the Flailron FIatlronClmhlihaeii 11tronChlhlrrh Chlhlrpii Scrap Irap eer eerhmerhlp ova ovawnersiiiP < vi viOvncrslilp
Ovncrslilp of lirld UrldleUackurt 1inlilcHaokmarn 1inlilcHaokmarnIlhihing c Uaok > itr itritldliiB
itldliiB nhll illcycler Iccler does Ioc Over OCr and alt hark lark larkIn harkIn HapiIn
In spite of the lie storm of wind arid nn ral ralthat rain raintmt rahidiet
that tmt swept lept up tho East Est River all al of yestei yesteiday yasterd yesterdy
day d y tholisandH Ihon n l crossed c IHd the officially ufolaly opene openeand opened openedand openeiand
and Incomplete Ilcompleto Willlamsburg Wlaslmrg Bridge B Bfar Dy Dyflr 13fin
far flr the moot OOlt of those who wh hio made the trl trlwere trill trillwcrt trljWere
were wcrt children ohl rtn who danced dalced nnd sklppei sklppeialong IIct1ped IIct1pedalong sitippetalong
along tho Ito llnlshed roadway stopping one oneIn onceII oneiii
In II a 1 while whie to peer down dowl into the sate watcuntil satemimitii ater atertwil
until twil the cops COpl on duty were almost nlrolt frnntl frnntlwith Cranto Crantowih frammtlwith
of time Vroulbecomu Vroul would wouldbcolu woimkbecome
with wih feur that thatlome some youngstcrH younglterH <
become bcolu dbxy dlr1 nod II fall fal or be blown off 01 th thstructure tho thoItructuro tl tlstructure
structureTimers structure structureThere Itructuro ItructuroThlr
There Thlr was no 10 accident acol lut among the children chlldrcbut chll childrenbut ren renut
but ut there was WI a a fight fght A Delancey Dulalcoy stret stretcrowd Itreet Itreetcrod istreecrowd
crowd of tonyearolds l met a Wllllamsburbunch Wllam Wllllamsbur Vhilianasburihunch burg burghunch
hunch of about the same sale age near thmiddle th the themiddle thiimIddle
middle of the bridge brl ge A difference dllerlnco of opin oplnIon opinIon opinion
Ion erase between them as til to whetlu whetluWilllamsburg wlelwr wlelwrWIIa1sbug whetineSViiilazmasbttrg
Willlamsburg WIIa1sbug or Now York owned the mimes niouof most mostoC mimesof
of the bridge brldRl It I was w the opinion OIJlllon of th thIxmg the theLng tImlong
long Island Itlatl crowd that Wlllfunmburg WlltllHuurg did didbecause didbeaW didbecause
because beaW she Lng shes sbcl named Iamt < Willlaiusburg Wilamsburg Wiii inmnsburg aln alnshe aint aintHle alnishe
sheThe Hle The he Delancey street stret gang maintained maintainedon
on the other hand thpl the protty near lor di dihull de dehul dihull
hull of do e celbratlon celbratlon Vas j1 held In New N w York YorkCojs 1otlt 1otltCOls YorkCops
Cops interfered InterCtred and a11 tho Wllllamuburger Wllllamuburgerbacked W1lamburgers W1lamburgersuneked Wihilameburgermbucked
backed COls off 01 Long Lng Islandward puglllsticall puglllsticallInviting puglYtlealy puglYtlealyIlvllng pugiilstieail3lnivittmig
Inviting Ilvllng the retteatlnK retlaUng Delancey lelancy street Htlt gani ganito ganto ang angto
to come COle over and anl visit vl lt them tllllf thneniif if they the dared daredThe daredhe daredrime
The he Delancoy DQlul Y streeters Htnclrl Hay they thuf 11 1 uioj uiojfaces 1IOj uiojtine
Ihl tine roadway road war on the bridge clean ecy every day da3with i iwith
with do guys yonter onter I it th titOy y poke thulr thulrfaCS thvlifaces
faCS faces over t r the bridge bldge again againA I IA
A few women wOlen went across yesterday ye terday Mos Mosof Mostof I IoC
of them before they got over said Il the1 the1wished they theywied theysisined
wished they the theyiaadnt v hadnt started Itartcl They salt skt th thpassage the thepassage timeimassage
passage under uildertle undertino tho tower on < ho New ew Yorl Yorltide rore rorebide Yorhirido
tide of the bridge has the Flatiron bulldlnj bulldlnjbacked buiding buidingba h > ulldfiilbacked
backed ba kcd off or the lie boards board Anyway the thing thingwhich thingswhich thutigwhich
which happened to their wearing appnre appnrethere apJJrel apJJrelthere apparci apparcithere
there yesterday csterda stand Itand comparison cOlljarlon wIth wltlresults wih wihresult wIthresulta
results result at Broadway Broadwl and Fifth Fith avenue avenueThe acuue1ho avenue1lie
The 1ho arch under llder tho tower caught thewind the tholld thewind
wind lld in 1 it I swept awcjt Up the bay ba yestHr yestHrday yestisrilmmy edlHr edlHrda
day da and started starte timings UI 11 ug going in liii liiisorts hi hitorts hl
torts lort of counter current Hata lat wertaken were weretaken ere eretaln <
taken off of without wthout a moments notice notce am amwent and andwent andwent
went Bailing lalng spirally plraly up the inside of tin tinsteel the8tel timesteel
steel 8tel tower and Uion on floated toltd out and down dowitothe downto
tothe to tlie th river rl er below blow blowUlb belowUmbrellas belowUmbrellas
Umbrellas Ulb ell were turned inside lnlde out in t tmost a amo aniost
most mo t rib b breaking raklng manner and they tooIf too tooif tooL
if I they got away IWIY from Crm rota their the r owrfdrs o ts wen wenfalin wentsailing went wentcalling
calling falin up the high steel flue flueOnly lue lueOnly flueOnly
Only one case tse was nl reported reprted by the police policeto polce polceto
to the station staton houses hou8 during durng the day c An Anold Anold Anold
old amen Iln in looking down into the tte river riverfror riverfrom rIverfrom
from frorbut the middle of the bdge bridge got ot dizzy dizzyan dlxzyan4
an4 an talntc i lie le wad carrie4 mrl p t tie e bridge bridgestation rd e esU110n
sU110n station at lie the New wa York end of IgeA theAtntlettmfe theAtntlettmfebut nctI1e nctI1ebut
physician physicianVehicles but recovered rcovere with the attendance attndance of a aphysician aphyslclnn aphysician
Vehicles as n a a rule werent allowed aoed to cross crossthe orss orssthe crossho
the ho bridge yesterday yeterday but one went over and andback anduacktho andbacktime
back uacktho tho first tlrt It is Mid to cross cros attica atc the theopening theopenng theopeplng
opening It I was W1 a bicycle biorcie and it went ent back backward backward backward ¬
openng ward allihe al all the be way It t was wa ridden by S SCllfTeldo SCIfald SCliffoldd
CllfTeldo CIfald Everett EeretJ colored clore the champion championblcyclo championlong championlong
long and short hor ulstnc distance hlndendforost hlndendforostrder hindendforemost hindendforemostbicycle
bicycle rider in the world and former ormer butler butlerIn uter uterIn utier utierin
In the rder family Camiy of Mark Twain TaIn He had hadInspector hadIns hadInspector
Inspector Ins ctor Bcnmlttbergers Schltbergers permission pnlllon to todo todo todo
do the stunt ftunt The inspector Iptr neglectedhowever neglected neglectedhowever
however to give Everett a written wrten permit permitand pert pertal permitand
and as a a result relt he had to do the te stunt stut in inrelays InrOla n nrelays
rOla al relays and under undtr conditions conditons most discourag discouraging dlcourg dlcourgIng diecomnroging ¬
ing to a record holder holderback holderHe holderHe
He luccede succeeded In mkIng ranking te the trp trip ovrand ovrandbaok overand overandback
back in something like lke on hourw hour so r Eve Evethere Evel Every Everycop
cop he pased passed stopped stoppe him 11m to Inquire IC ifthere ICthere
there wasnt walnt something wrong wrn wrongif if ho was ivassure WI wassure
luro sure ho hadnt hadnt made a mistake mistae In starting startinghis string stringhis
his machine Incidentally Incldenty they the wanted to toIVIlun toImow toknow
IVIlun know iwu too II Ihe I llf Inc 11UV4 had u a J penl permit permitlime lllilb lllilbTho
lime ho bridge mi will bpformally turned over overto overto overto
to tIme urde care Cr of the bCoalr Bridge Brdge Commissioner Commissionertoday Cn Conmiisslouertoday loter lotertoday
today tle Up Upt to this time tme it has ha been b inthe In Intomorrow Inthe
the charge oftle ofthe Polc Police Depa Department t The Theroday Theroadway
roday roadway chfrge wlf will bo oped opened for ve1I vehicles 11 lt ltI at
I 5 oclOk oclock tomorrow t or morning morningCATHOLIC morl morlCATHOI10 rnoro1nCATHOLIC i
Archbishop ehblhop qniriey nlIIY Thinks Tn it I Will t ttamThiIa Clilm ClilmTlilg Caim CaimTIII
Tlilg nemhphcre nemtspare AgaIn AculnCHICAGO AgaInCUIcAO0 caIn caInCncAco
CHICAGO CncAco Dec 20 20Tl 20Tho Tho new ne world was wasdiscovered WB wasdiscovered
discovered dlAcoere by Catholics Cot1oto and the cross cOg was wasplanted wa waplanle wasllanted
planted planle in the naino nalo of the Church Churoh We Wecannot Wecanot Wecannot
cannot canot get It out of our heads headl that Catholics Catholicswill Catholc Catholcwi CatholIcswiU
will wi yet et claim the new world again againThU againThL againhiLt
hiLt hope was vdlced lcpd by b Archbishop ArchbishopJames ArchbishopToml Archbishopifamea
James Toml Quljjle Qul leY In an address addrl before bEfore the theMoponlo th thHan theRoman
Roman Catholo Catholio Woman Leatno I in the theI theMasonia
Han Moponlo I onlo Tcinplo Ttrple yesterday Yftrday LaFno The Arch Archbishop Ach Achbishop Archbishop ¬
bishop declared deolarEd that the security of the thenntioual theI tinemiatioual
nntioual t0ual Constitution GonHtltlton increases Incelcs propor proportionally proportIonaly proportionimhly ¬
I tionally with Ith the increase increle In tho number nwnbr of olKorann ofH ofltman
H Korann tIonaly mnn Catholics Catho1 He le urged uged tho establish establishment etablsh etablshmtnt establishmnCnnt ¬
ment of a subsidiary fiystem SYAtO of the pnblo pnbloschools public publloechools publicechoois
schools mtnt for the benefit bnllt of the Roman Ran Catho Catholics Catholc CatiioI CatiioTinis ¬
lics I
licsThis lc This system sVltem forjbe for tle the benefit beneft of the minor minorby mlnorIr minorfly
fly saint the pealer should b be blll paid forby for forby
by Ir tho Rali State but bt controlled cntrled by thefchurch thefchurchFinally the burch UhurchFinally burch1lnal
Finally 1lnal he h < characterized charcterzed tho rule requir requiring rqllr rqllrIn nssquiring ¬
ing In candidates Cndldfts for publlo school teachers teachf1 to tohave tohnve tolnnve
have Normal Norma School training trll trathtn to be b nettling nettlingmore nOltng nOltngmor notThngmoors
more mor or less lel than thln tyranny trnny and oppres oppression oPPIS oPPISIlon oppression ¬
sion Ilon
sionThe The supreme suprmo and fundamental CUdmental errorof error errorof errorof
of the age is liberalism lberlm urged urge thu Arch Archbishop Ach Achbi Archbiehiop
bishop bi hop II Liberalism L ra1sm delogatep delgatel to tohe Mo tho he State Stateall StatenU
all rights and this thl is where whQr the State tate and andChurch andChurh andchurch
11 Church Churh rghts conflict con c Tine Tlo education lucton of the thechild thochld thechild
child chld should aholid rest rt with wth the Church and not notwith notwih notwith
with wih the State StateSTRIKE State StateSTIKE StateSTRIKE
Chicago CIItaco Grand Jury Jnr Juryinqniry Inqnlry Kept Jppt Very VerySecret 1lr 1lrSetret ery eryeeret
Secret Setret to Prevent Escape Floape of Snippets SnippetsCHICAGO Ilpets IlpetsCICAOO SuspectsCisicAGO
CHICAGO CICAOO Deo 20 20A A wholesale indict indictment Indct Indctment indictflicOmt ¬
ment of men who participated partclpnted in tho recent recentcity recnt recntcl recentoily
city cl railway raiway strike Itrlro may result resnl from an al in investigation Intllgalon investigation ¬
vestigation to which the Grand Jury turned turnedIts tured turedIts
Its tllgalon attention attenlollnto late yesterday Cltld afternoon afternoonTho afornoon afornoonTho aftormmoonThu
Tho Inquiry was kept a closely cosely guarded guardedsecret KUlnled KUlnledseret guardedsecret
seret secret to prevent the disappearance ilsppearanoe of the theleadors lheIpador theleaders
leaders Ipador suspected sWIeoted but enough uno ugh became becameknown becameIluown becameknown
known to indicate that t11t the hearing hearng would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be thorough thoroughA
A thoroljh thoroljhA number of witnesses wln0o who it Is believed believedcan belevod belevodcnn
can tell much mich of the Ul street Ileet rioting rlutng which whichsquired whichrcqulred wldclmrequired
squired tel 1000 6 policemen polcomen to quell quel It I it have haveecn haobeen havebeen
been ecn numnionpdto utmoned to appear Ipptar tomorrow tomorrowwho tomorrowAlthough tomorrowAlthough
Although on the lrfuce the proceedimags proceedimagsappear proco inp1
appear ginnpiy In rllton relation to J M Gonion Gonionwho Conloimwino
who was wal slmpl held hll for action acton by tuna UI Grand Orld Jury Juryby Jur Juryby
by Just Justice loo Everett on charges charge of having havingBSHnuJtoil havlnJ havingnnseniaited
BSHnuJtoil Robert Hobor K Haggard Hagpar of Brooklyn BrooklynN 1roolell
aAIRtt N Y It > is said aid that the jury will wI go much muchJeeper mich michdeeper mmmciideeper
deeper and it in believed belove thnt many In InJictments Intlcmentl iniilctmmnemitii
Jictments will wiuo bo returnedGordon returned returnedGordon rturr
tlcmentl Gordon is 11 a a Union street Itruet car cr conductor conductorand cnductor cnductoran1 conductoranti
and mini arrest arrtlt resulted rsule from Crm n acmplnlut acmplnlutted complaint complaintHied
filed against him by Haggard who is a anonunion a aImonumaloni
ted nonunion 10nUllol ajalnat conductor cnductor employed by tho thocity thocity tinecity
city railway Gordon Is I said to have at atLuoked attcke atLacked
tcke Lacked rai IIiiuKnrd becuuwi becllH the latter later did not notliave nothave hothave
I Jar
have n union unlol button buttonVanes buton butonwal18 buttonflages
wal18 Vanes of Steel lttel Worker orker In Mlehlcan mtllcan to tolie tolie 0
lie 10 Cut CutiHHiKiilNa CuiItIPRMINO GiltIslipEtliNo
iHHiKiilNa ItIPRMINO Mich Dec 20 20Bognnlng 20Bognnlngwith 20BeginnIng 20BeginnIngaithm Beginning Beginningfltb
with tho now year nil al employees of tho thoJnitcd thoUni theUnited
United d States Stat Hteel teei Corporation Corporaton in the thejako theLalln tineLalon
Uni jako Superior mining mlllnp Held leld will il receive receivebimonnceniciit rcclo rcclofrom receiveFrom
from I 5 to Ii 15 per cent nt 10 less > 8 wages aKl than now nowAnnouncelcut nowAnnomnncenmielmt
Announcelcut bimonnceniciit of tine th reduction reductol was w 1 made madeoday modetoday anodetoday
today today and will wi affect ulect several thousand thousandnen
nen Tho Independent idopendtnt companies companlO will willako willtake 1
take elmilnr simiar action actionireo nlon nlonThrll actionflnec
Thrll flnec ireo Days a UeUy Deli In CloilnR ont a Steel HIII Mill MillCHICAGO MiiiCltIcAoo 11 11CrcAoo
CHICAGO CrcAoo Dec 20 2Ordera 20Orders Orders have been beentcelved uon uonrcele1 beenwceivetl
rcele1 tcelved from New York Yorl by tho officials officialsf ofclalA ofclalAof
of it f the Illinois Ilnol Steel Stel Company In South SouthhlcaRO SouthChlcRo SouthThicago
ChlcRo hlcaRO that the three thT t departments departrenls which whichero whichwero wimhcimyore
yore ero to have hae been hen closed cOpo tomorrow tomorow bo bopt bekpt houpt
kpt < pt open untll unthncxt mmntiInext inxt Thursday Thurlay The T I order orderffects orer orernlecls orderfacts
facts only onl the plato and Ind slab mlllH mlland and the thepen thoopon timespan
nlecls hearth The rail It Is believed believedrill believedviii
opon pen herth mill mi I bellwd bellwdwi
wi viii rill CIDHO close ioiiiorru tomorw tomorrow The 1110 ciosii ciosiihrow clollnl closing wil wilthrow wilt wiltbrow
throw 4000 40 mon out Olt of employment employmentHamper fmployn1lt fmployn1ltGOlprT etnploynwmntGoumpera
Hamper GOlprT Kayi ta1 He le Is Making Ilakln Progress ProcrcwiPresident PoreM PoreMPrldont ProgressPresident
President Prldont Oompors Oompor of th American Americanoderation Amcrlan AmcrlanJcdemton Amerleanioderattomm
Jcdemton oderation of Labor will wi make another anotherttempt anothernttempt anotherLttempt
ttempt todaj toda toda to seo representatives reprosentatlvoaif rprnttvo rprnttvoor I
or if the Iron League and try to arrange a alan I alan
> lan for keeping keeplnLalvQ alive ant Local Loal No N 2 of the theron Iborn tineron
eml ron rn workers worker Yesterday YctelY te no remarked remarkedI rmarked rmarkedI
I can only report rport progress proirS j I
Immense Stock of Absolutely New N w Instruments Offered Ofered by byKRANICH byKRANICH byKRANICH
Definition Dofultou of a Bargain from WobsterH Wobtrf Abridged Intrnatonal DlctonaryA
Call Cal and see se these Pianos and learn our prices pricesWe pries priesVe pricesWe
We Ve are offering oferifg GENUINE GEN lNE BARGAINS BARGAI1S not fictitious fttt s ones onesIf onesI onesIf
If units of merit fixed fxed the prices of Pianos our smallest smalest upright would be b worth worthI
1000 I 000 I and if we mert adopted the Bargain prces Counter method of selling selng them we would be justifled justi justified justifed ¬
fled fed in advertising a gI000 1000 VALUE FOR LESS THAN TH N HALF HALFSpecial H HALFVe LF LFVe
We Ve are ar told that many people who want our ourFamous ourS ourFamous
Famous Piano Piaro imagine that the only way to get it is to topay toPecta toS
Special S Pecta necia 1 pay all al cash crsh down downWe downVe downr
r We Ve make special terms to those who wish to topay topay topay
pay by installments instalments and we take old Pianos Pia Pin s and allow alow lib liberally lb lberaly liberally ¬
erally eraly for them th m as part paymerit paymeritKRANICH paymertfRAICHm paymnetitII1kANICH
23345 233 45 E 23d STREET Th S I r0 t and Id 6 W 125th ST NEW YORK
Two Well Wtl Equipped EIUlpPld Kteanuhlp tlellhl Mutt 111 itode itodelcwl VndezJcstsim nder nderJemlh
Jemlh lcwl li Management Would Acconipllih Acconi Aceomplh A econa econap11th
pllih plh the nesn Rflt Heatht t and Money Ilon Could Caulilie Caud CaudHe CouldHe
He EUlurd Ral d by b Voluntary Taxation TaxationDr Taaton TaatonD rEtaileDDr
Dr D MAot brdot Singer managing manglng editor eitor of th thJeitith the theJeth theJewish
Jewish Jeth Efitvclopedia Ertclopedia delivered delvere yesterday yesterdaafternoon yesteray yesterayaClenoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon aClenoon at ZIon Halt Brooklyn at i ipublic a apublc apublic
public publc meeting metng of the Derelict Dorhet 2 Zon Zion on Society Societya Sciety Scietya
a lecture leure on Te The Panama Panma Canal and the thiRussian theRuelan theRussian
Ruelan Russian Exodus ExodusThe ExodU ExodusThe
The Te Epeaker spke quoted quote the Immigration iigraton par parBgraph parasraph paragraph
Bgraph In i the tost Jlt message meAsge of the President Presidentifo PreIdent PreIdentIo PresidentHo
ifo Io Ho saw lW In tills tl statement satement of the President Presidentindirect Psident Psidentidiet Presidentindirect
idiet indirect invitation Invitaton to the Jews JfS to work out oula outa outa
a feasible plan pln harmonizing baronlzlng the interests interefttiof Iteet IteetoC
of brotherly bothely love and the Inexorable Ineorable die dietales dietatee
tte tales of political pltcl economy He elates sttes h horder In Inoer liiorder
order to avoid a ld any Iny mlsundersatullng mlundErahdlg Ir Irthe In Inthe intime
the oer future most emphatically emphatcly that libplan lib hi hisplan
plan pln of o sTVntlon s1tlon Includes Include not merely mereljthe merelylhe merelythe
the United Unit States State but the entire entre Rev itewWotid RevWorld
World Word These 1lee great geat territories terioriIs with their theliinexhaustible theirInexhautble theirinexh
inexhaustible Inexhautble inexh usthbie natural resources retlO are In luhabited Inhabie inhablted
habited habie for the greater greter part prt by progressive progressiviand pt progressiveamid gelve gelveand
and energetic people ple Immigrants Imhtrants them thenvnetres the themseltea
netres flve enerleto or descendants deedants of Immigrants Iilgrts and andtherefore andthereCor andtherefore
therefore thereCor more tolerant tolen toward t011rd for foreigners Coreler foreigners ¬
than mot the bigoted conservative conservativepopulations conservativepopulations
eigners blgotE cneeUye cneeUyepopulaton
tln tie
populations eler of Europe Euope with their national nationaland natonal nationaland
populaton and religious prejudices rjudlc These 1e immense ItnmetiMterritories immenseteiritonles
nd territories reliou can cn swallow In Irmthe the course cu ol oltvrcnlyflve oCtwntyfVe oftwentyfive
tvrcnlyflve teritorO to thirty years four to flvtmillion five fivemillion v vm110n
thiry tOd
million twntyfVe immigrants of the yer Russian RUI afid at the thiRoumanian tbeRumal theRoumanian
m110n Roumanian imigants type without wliout being bein in the tbislightest tbolhtest theslightest
slightest Rumal lhtest danger tyo ofdying of economic enolnlo Itv Itvdigestion Ihdleton Indigestion
digestion digestionhistory
dleton dletonThe The splalter eiwker dtw drew aparalet aparahlel between the thehltory tinehistory
history of the Panama Panm C CZionist Clal Canal and that oC the theZionst fbiZionist
Zionist hltory movement He summed up hischeme hi hil hilscheme
Zionst scheme of a Russian nuelnn exodus oxo ua aa B follows followsa CotOs CotOsTo fohtOtsTwo
Two well cquippd etemslp steamship lne linee tnder tnderJewsh mindem mindemJewish
wel cqulpJd
Jewish To mnagement management and entlrly entIrely blonging blongingto belongin belonginto
Jewsh to the Jews plying via Ia Pall Panama thre three tmeR tmeRI tim tima
a month between Llbflu in the north ah ahOdessa afd afdOdess alit alitOdessa <
I Odessa Odess in tho btwen south uth on one hapd hatd the nor Pacific PacifCoast Pacfo PacfoCst PacificCoast
Coast Australia and South 8uth Africa ArC on tli tliother the theother tinother
other Cst nand nlnd could be used usd The T IS000 i0000tx i0000txwhich < X XJewish
which the ate Baron de Hlrcl Hirsch lef left to thc thoJewsl thcJewish
fte Bron
Jewish Colonization Clonlrton Assooiation as a a basicould Oala Oalacould basil basilcould
Jewsl could be Increased Incraed by b a voluntary voluntar1 self selftaxation sel selftaxation
taxation b of tho IOOOOU w T1 well ll to do Jewish Jewislfamilies JewishfaoleB Jewishfamilies
taxton families which 110 according 100 to the calculation calculatloiof cloulaton cloulatonof
of faoleB Dr Singer live lvo in this country cuntr A Aper Aper I Iper
per cent ont Slnler tax on the revenues of finest tiiesifamilies NIeseCaoUe9 finestfamilies
families would give ho a a yearly income Inome o oC oCSSOO
CaoUe9 5000000 The speaker spker is convinced cnvc thai thaiif U1atIf finalIf
SSOO if all Jewish organizations organiztons of this ths country oouotrjwould countrywould
would wuld al work harmoniously harmonlouRly together tgether and ad c ccommittee 1 1cmtt a acommittee
committee of prominent Gentiles Oentl8 and Jewish Jowutloltlsons Jewholtr1 Jewisholtimna
oltlsons cmtt all over the tle United Unite States would woulcplace wouldplace ould ouldplc
place oltr1 themselves al at the head of this tht eiter eiterprlne et emttovprlse
prlne plc themsles the RiuwoJudean RUoudean problem prblem could b bsolved be besolve litsolved <
solved prR to tho satlsfactfbn of tho Russian RuaalatQovemment RUIIan RUIIanGovemnt RussianGovernment
Government solve of Itlsfactln the Jews Jew of Russia Ro la and it itwestern In Inwester inwestern
Govemnt western wester EUopOand Europennd Europe and above abov all in full fl ao aocordance a socardnce
cordance with wltl time Ue spirit splrt of the America Americapeople Amecn Amecnpoplo Americanpeople
people cdQnce poplo and the Immigration Immigraton laws of th thUnited the theUnited theUnited <
United States StatesDOXT ltates ltatesDOlT StatesDONT
flat Unions Admit Almlt that If They Te The Dont Pit PitFair PIaalr Pisy PisyFair
Fair alr They Must Fight Open Opln ShopPresident Shop 8ho 8hoPrelden ShopsPresident
President Prelden Charles CI1rle L I Eldlltz El lt of the Build Building Buid BuidIng Buildlog ¬
ing Employers Association Asoolaton had ad nothing nothingmaterial nothingmatrial nothingmaterial
material matrial to t add yesterday yetrda to his hi declaration declarationot deolaraton deolaratonat
ot the Clvlo Federation Feeraton dinner in favor ol olfree oCCree offree
free and independent labor laborI
I do not think It necessary necOary to say Iay any anything lny lnything anytiming ¬
thing more mor said sald Mr Eidlltsi Eldlt7 I think 1 1in 1mado Innnado
in mado ado it very plain that I speaking spaking for myitLf my myHtslf 0 0sel
Htslf sel itLf when I said that the structure Itruotre on which whichour whichour whichour
our our agreements aleement were based la I wrong and andthat andtha andthat
that tha any man honest honet capable capble and willing willingto wilng wilngt
to t work should not bo b asked if he belonged belongedto
to a 1 union n M a condition ondlton of obtaining work workBut workBut workhut
But as I stated stntd at the meeting retlg the tie BuildingTrades Building BuildingTrades Bulding BuldingTra
Trades Tra es Employers Employer Assooiation Asociaton will wi live liveup lve lveul liveUI
up UI to t ° its It part in II the agreement agrelent It has ha mado madowith madowith rondowith
with the unions unionsMr unionslr unionsMr
Mr lr EidlitzH EI ts utterances uttrancl naturally uaturaly did not notfind notfnd nottimid
find favor with the representatives of time llwbuilding tbebuJdlng timebuilding
wltb te rpresenttvt
fnd building buJdlng trades trade workers worke Several 8eyern of these theseadmitted tbee tbeeadmltt thesenmdnnitted
admitted admltt practically practculy that the unions unlol are arenov aronow arenow
now on or trial A representative reprenttve of o onminion onminionwhich onlnon onlnonwhlo oneunionwhich
which said whlo has haslged hassigned signed the to arbitration arbltrlton agreement agreementsaid a agneomontsaid eement eementsaid
saidWe We know its Itl up UI to the unions to t show showthat Ihow Ihowthat showthat
that they the call keep kep their contracts contrnt Most Mostof Mot Motof Mostof
of tho trade agreements Igreomcnt with Ith members membersof men1ber
of the Employers Emplo er Association Aolaton are unlll unlllJan unti untilJan
Jan Jan195 IMS If 1 the unions unons do not stand ltnd by bythese bvthesoagreement bytbesoagreoments
these thesoagreement tbesoagreoments agreement they th6 will wl be I giving the theIliiployuiu thelJpluen thevmiaployurs
Iliiployuiu lJpluen u 1 good oo handle hando for a future ttu gvlnK fight fightOther fght fghtOher tightOther
Other Oher delegated deloRae In the tlo building buldlg trades tradeswould trae tradessaid
said aid that In th this city time open shop Ida Idawould idea ideawould
would hardly make much mmdi opn headway In Inthose Inth080 Inthose
those trades tradC at mnl least lelt while whie the present presentHtrong peent peentHtrong presentstrong
Htrong organization orgnaton lasted ltd The unions unionsIn
In the clothing trade am not so 10 sure lure that thattho thattho tinattime
tho open shop idea Ide in their trade tndo will w not notspread notspread notspread
spread opn to t Iho1 Now York Marcus 1arU 0 Braflgeneral Brafl Draf Ilrnmffgeneral
general secretary of the International InternationalWomans In InternationalWomans rnatonal rnatonalWomans
Womans soet Garment Gaent Makers Maert Union said saidThe saidTbe saidTlno
The manufacturers manuCacturel are aro pushing the theopen theopn theopen
open shop idea in cities cltO outside ouhlre of New York Yorkand Yorkand Yorkand
and opn will wi employ eply only workers workes who ho apply applyns appl applyas
ns individuals U I looks 1011 to u us as l if there therewould timerswould
would be b lockout and strikes strike hi I tho trade tradeall trao traoal tradeall
all al through the country countr over tho open openshop openthp openshop
thp shop question questionThe que questionThe tlon tlonTho
The garment gnrent workers worker have appealed appeale to tothe t totime
the American Federation Feerata of Labor Lbor for hel helAgainst helIgalnst huciagaInst > >
Against Igalnst the open opn shop agitation agitationStriking alton altonHtrlklnc agitationStriking
Striking Miners Unrn Looked 101kt Out OutSCRANTON oulSCIANON OutScnArroN
SCRANTON SCIANON Pa Dec De 20 20Te 20The The miners mners who wholave whol whonave
l lave no gone on strike stlkeatthocoUeryof at time coll collIery lery of the thoBluo thoBluoItdgo BluelUdgo Blue Bluetldgo
Itdgo tldgo Coal Company Cmpany north of Oils lls city citylavo cty ctyhayo cityhave
have lavo been ben looked out Tho men wont out outpcnuflo outLiecammee
blnUAO Liecammee pcnuflo tho company had refused roCule to dla dlaniw dlamil disinis
mil niw an engineer In lno who the minors said wan wantliRife waRunsafe wasunsafe
unsafe After Arer tho lookout lokout the th men sent senti senta
a a i committee commllt to see I the lu superintendent superintendentnit
but nit Uily t got no satIsfaction IUrnoton Tho matter matterrill mateI matterwill
wl rill n nvm KO 0 to time conciliation cOlcllaton board boad boadC
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A Altion AIesson IMIOH Which lleh I lot Lots < ot of People Will 111 AIM AIMIi Alre AlreI AlreJI AtreeIs
Ii Badly nadl Needed Neldtd In New York rk StreetsWhile Streets StreetlMWle StreetsWhile
MWle While I was crossing oroRlng Broadway Droadw4ylate late on onafternoon one oneaCGrJloon oatafternoon
afternoon aCGrJloon about a month ago go said ld a gray grayhaired aay aaybaled grayhaired
haired baled old man who though slow in move movement mov movment movebent
ment la sprightly spighty In intellect Intalet and Incident Incidentally Inoldent Inoldentaly tncidentally
ally aly possesses posses8S ample a le wealth welh I was WI albut al aU aUbut atbut
but run rn down by b a brutal brltlyoln young < man mn drlv drlvlug dlv dlvIUK dnlvlug <
who shouted shouteito
lug a light delivery delver wagon shoute
to me Igt when hU hil horses hoaes head bed was wa right rl t ai aimy at atmy altoy
my shoulder shoulderHeyl sloulder sloulderMIHeyl shoulderIetI
MIHeyl Heyl IetI there Get out of the way yen yotold yo yoold yenold
old dufferl dufferlAnd dulerl duffenlAnd
And there was WI nothing for me to t do bu buto but butto bulto
to get out of the wayor way or get run rn over oyerCor oyerCorthe ton tontime fo fothe
the driver never slackened slaened speed sped But ai aithe as aste asthe
the te young man mat went weatby by giving ilvDg me a Jeer JeerI Jer JerIns jeerlog
I Ins look aa a he passed pRfd I got the name on orI onhis onhits
I his wagon and tho street and number numberAnd Quer QuerAnd mpunberAnd
And wagn then I It set et about getting gtng even will willthe withthe tl tltbe
the driver driverI
I didnt make mke any complaint cmplait of him himI hml hmlI
I wanted nted to settle with wih him In my own owtwav ownway ownway
way And I did didI didMX didhadnt
MX I hadnt anything particular to do doand doandI am amI and andI
I walked walke that nyWng section seton Of Broadway to we ae I Ihe IC IChe hi hilie
he passed paled regularly that tat way ay and I found foumthat Coundthl foundbutt
that thl butt he did reHarly He Hoa was likely Ikely to como cOln bang banging bangIng bangIng
ing along three thrl or four Cou times a week driv drivIng dlv dlvIlg cirlvlug
lug Ilg always AIaYI in luthe the same sme fashion cahion always alwayicouldnt alwayexmtlng alwaysczpeuilng
exmtlng czpeuilng everlody everybody t to got out out of h his s way wayHe a aHe
He wa wag a a huky husky youl yol1ml brute aDu and I Iculdnt Icouldnt
couldnt culdnt touch luob him blml but I lured Jued a man lh lhman LhSt LhStcould t tculd
could culd I laIrd s nahter wbo could oud on apunch a aplnoh
punch stnddte imtandtlmeyoung lllre youg mn amman on hl hiS hed head headAhd I
Ahd I tIthe to look like likeme
Ald Idued rigged t1 110 loan u up loklkO loklkOte
me partjy because b 1 I thht thotmglmt theona theonarlanI tine young youngidan
man te rlanI py ml mlI might t pot bolor holler at hu him 8joU so ouu I if be besaw
qW lmii jui4 a as he 1 was sad and pertly becante becanteI
I wanted wan want hlrjut d to t give thn th young YOog pr man mn r agreale agrealeburprlf agrater agraterIUJ agreetensurprise
surprise IUJ Ana Ani when we got everythln everythlnrekdy everytiiflready rythlta rythltarel
ready v my nun mn and ald I sauDtored u tred alon alonBroadway al alOng alOngBroadway ng ngDr
rel Broadway Dr hny one day and ad waited waitedWhsnluo waitedWbenth waitedWhmmsn
Whsnluo Whmmsn the husky hUy young YOUi man m came cme plung plunging plu piminglag ¬
ing along alng my man mn Mopped feebly tobly dawn dowrfrom dawnCrm downfromn
from Crm the euro cu curb and started ftarted to cross crl In front fronof trnt trntof frontof
of him hi My driver dler coma co aboomlng aboming along nlonjjust alongjust
just j t as though the road rad was wa for him alamoacndwhen alone aloneand alon
acndwhen and when he sees sth tub feeble feblo did dd man mln irylni irylnito tryig tryigto tryinto
to cross HI there ther I you 101 doddering d cerng Ol OlIdiot old oldhUot ciillot <
Idiot cl he sings slng out Why dont you yu get gta gtaluove i imove a amove
move on What the th matter mater with w1t1 you youHe YOI JoliHe
He found fOUd out In I less than thn a minute minut later laterI Inter
I think thtnkt my fighter f tr felt Irritated Irrtatd personally personallyby
prnaly prnalybY
by m3 that remark rmrk < for I saw him h turn tur wit witpreat wih wihRra with withtireat
preat suddenness and grab the horse Ibt by lh lhbridle the thobrdle thehmldle <
bridle Rra brdle Buddennefndib and bring brng hltai hf up all al standing stldlng and andthen andtben nd ndthem
then I saw 8W him b slide sldo along the tb shaft shac on 01u 01that ontba onibat
tba aie ai1e u twar toyarti the stp atop of the wagon wagonwhere agon agonw11er
w11er where tle the hllle1 hitmohny driuerwas rher Wa a nmlrnadystansiIung nmlrnadystansiIungnip
tp nip wih with hi his whip raisd raised for dlltacng dlltacngtp the he whie whiebBred whilt whiltbearjod
bBred bearjod old n ratio that had hd dared dad first frt to getiii get getind gt gtIn
In h lila WI way and ad then thn to touch his hs horse horseIth hore horele
le 150 got In just one blow with Ith the whip wlilpdrivers
bt but that wits nU for te the dodectg doddering wtb old Idiot Idiott Idiotlth
lth the Wi whit whim hair W was tip on the step the thennt thenext
next t second and blackening the Juri JuridrlverlIlert burly
drivers drlverlIlert loft eye In Ole next and then they theyclinched th thelInched tineyehinehied
clinched for the driver was game at the thestart thestart thestart
start anyway and the next thing I knew knewthey knewthey knowthey
they both rolled over the back of of the seat seatinside seatinsIde seatinside
inside the wagon wagonAlld wagonMid
1 And there was great g re t doings Inside insldathere Insidelbere insideliners
there out of sight The wagon jounced jounceddown jounceddown
down with a terrible rrlble jounce every three threeSeconds ihreeameaondmt
Seconds BIJCO B and about ei eileather eV evOry ry two seconds secondssomebodvwas eoondsBOffi8D I
BOffi8D somebodvwas XJYWaB < almost thrOwn through the theleather theleather
leather sides of the wagon top topI wonder wonderhe wonderhe
he didnt como quite through tbroughnnd and then In InA IntI ina
A mlnuto mltJu I saw my man m9hdragJlng dragging tho other otherfellow otherCeUow otherfollow
fellow back onto the tbesel1t tiueat seat again and sitting shitlu shitluhim
him down face to the he front he had all allbut allbut a abut
but lammed the life out of him insideNow Inside InsideNow InldoNow
Now you drive on said my fighter fightersitting fightersitting fightersitting
sitting down beside him and dont you youtry Outry youtry
try to run over any any more old men Qr any anyvoung an anYOUIIIF anyyottn
voung YOUIIIF yottn men or anv a r women or children childrenTheyve cnlldrenfhey
Theyve they vo got aa mUM tights In the street streetas
as you have Understand UnderstandAnd UndfrstandAnd UndetandAnd
And apparently he did understand for fora
Ive seen this husky young driver driving drivinga
a number of times since and hes driving drivingnow drivIng1I0W drivingnow
now with some sort of care He seems seemshad 110011111to
to have glvel1 over the Idea that be owns onllthe ownsthe
the roa road and 1 should Imagine the lesson
had done him some good goodla goodIs
Is this story true asked the young youngman youngman youngman
man to whom the old gentleman had told It
Well no it isnt said the gray haired hairedman batredman hairedman
man but nOi I i shall endeavor to make It so sothe 60the sotime
the next time a burl burlcontempt burly young driver comes oomcsthundering comesthundering
thundering along and InVites me with rinds rudocontempt rindscontempt
contempt to let out of his way wayCALLED wayC waylCAIIED
She In I a lOVe 161nr IOYearOld rOui ld nnnaway RnnlI and He a aPhysical aPhBllal aPhysical
Physical CUlture Well fill Wisher WisherOwen WisherOwen Iaher IaherOwen
Owen Ziegler tile lightweight boxer boxerwho boxerwino I
who nms a physical culture school at 150 160East 150East
East Twentythird street took a sixteen sixteenyearold sixteenyearold lrleenyearold
yearold girl to the Tenderloin police sta stalloii stadunn
dunn last night and asked the pblice to save saveher BR8hor saveher
her from the pitfalls that beset be t her Ziegler Zieglersaid ZieglerlIald Ziegiersaid
said that ho mot the girl whose name is isPaulino 19lalll1ne isPaulimmo
Paulino Cooper last August in front of hisPhYsical his hisphysical hiliIIhslcal
physical culture school and got chatting chattingwith chattingwith chattingwith
with her He saw her several times after aftecthat aftettbat afterthat
that but she disappeared some time ogoi ago agoHe agouHo 1 1Ho
Ho found her last night Ziegler Mid Midlared Mlilwaiting ssiawaiting
waiting for hint In front of 1I his school and andeo amidso
eo he declared lared she made an Improper pro propofwl propOMI proposal
pofwl to him He upbraided her and eho simoconfessed ehoconfessed sbeocnfeB8
confessed lto Jto to him that she sums had run away awayIng awe awefrom
from her home at 708 7o North Second Atroe awal
In Philadelphia She told Ziegler aecord aecordIng aocorcilug
Ing to hU story that her father wan In tho thoclothing thoclothlni theclothing
clothing business and was UII fairly welltodo
Ziegler said he argued with Ith her for two
hours trying to persuade her to return
home and that everything else falling
ho called a cop to help In the argument
Tho policeman accompanied Ziegler and andthe andIhe andtime
the girl Irl to tho station stationThe atatlonThe stationTine
The girl denied Zieglers statement that thatsho thntah thatsine
sine ah made any improper overtures to him himand 111mand himand
and asserted that Ziegler had her arrested
lx I because causo sine wouldnt go to a room with
him She said the rest of his story was wastrue WIllSt wastrims
true t nle Tho girl said she had a ulster IIlsterlIvlnlt living
In Monroe 2 street Blr et but she refuBod to go to toher toher toliar
her sisters house She said that she had
Just arrived In town from Philadelphia Philadelphiaand Philadelphiaand
and It wan the th second tlmeuhe tlmo he had run runawny runan runaway
away an She wall held on a charge of ofvagrannr oCvajlrauov ofvagrammnv
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Promise of ft ceuatlon ofMr or Ir Wenleys Wen Wantlay n nler
lay leys individual Initiative Circulars CircularsDiat Clreularllntd CircuianmiflldaYin
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Just been learned that tho controversy
between W S Wensley of East Ornngoand Ornngo Ornnloand Orangoand
and the Rdt B Dr James M Ludlow the theauthor Iheauthor thoauthor
author who Is pastor of the theolunn Mnnn Avenue AyniioPresbyterian AvenuaPreibfUrlan AvenuePretburtan
Presbyterian Church East Orange has hasbeen ha habeen hasbeen
been settled While Mr Wensley dd not notmake notmake mnotmAe
make an apology to Dr DrludIQw Imdlow Iw did dl re retract retract rimtract ¬
tract some of his remarks Mr Wensley
has become known during the last two twoyears twoyears
years by his circulars entitled Individual IndividualInitiative IndividualInitiativo
Initiative Circular No BO and so which whichcontained wimicimcontained
contained attacks on Dr Ludlow LudlowDr LucflowDr
Dr Ludlow baa written several books booksIncluding hooksIncluding
Including the Captain of the Janizaries Janizariesand Janizarhaiarid
and Deborah and this has provokwl
Mr Wensley to issue the circulars circularswhich eircularswhich
which severely condemned Dr Ludlow
for combining literary work vdthi witinumis his pas past6ral pustotal
total duties Home of the atatementH atatementHcontained statemnenitscontained
contained in the circulars reflected upon uponmatter
the veracity pf the rnlnister At last the thematter
matter was placed before the Presbytery
of Morris and Orange and o committee committeeJohn Committeeconsisting
consisting of the iteir Dr Albert Erduman Erdumanof
of Morristown chairman tle Boy
John Fulton Iattenwnpf Pattersenmof OiAlgeBoorSraryJ OiAlgeBoorSraryJof Omzmgo eocr ary
the Rev taniey White and Eider ralth ralthof
of Orahgo and Elder Libbey of Summit
Several sessions were held and at tent
Mr Wonstey made a a statement in which ho hosaid Incsaid
said that lie had based his reflection ou
Dr Ludlow veracity on information informationwhich informationnwhich
which it had BUbwquently developed WIA WIAincorrect wmtincorrect
incorrect He said that it was his flivt flivtconviction flin4conviction
conviction that it would be contrary to toPresbyterian a alresbyterlan
Presbyterian law and government nail anilChristian nailChristian
Christian fellowship tocontinue to ieeethese ifouo ifouothese
these circulars circularsThen ctfcuiarsThen
Then it 18 said all hands indulged la laadjourned inamenltes
amenltes and the investigating comnnhtta comnnhttaadjourbed
adjourned after passing a motion to the thneffect theaffect
effect that nothing was to be given to thn thnWenslpys liiipress
press by tine session or y Dr Ludlow Ludlowin
in regard traiThe resuitof the Invesatigatlomi Invesatigatlomiafld
afld that Mi Wenslpys BtutfiiiHjnt a amnti ° nd line thominutes linereolUt1on
reolUt1on lioitid be onted umpomn t ho homInutes
minutes at the cession The matter was waitalked wastalked
talked of however and as members of I ho hochurch lieehurdh
church are always at liberty to insist insistthe inspecttine
the minutes of the he session the matter matterleaked matterleaked
leaked out It Is believed that Mr WenHltiy
Will not Issue any aui more Individual Initia Initiative linitiathe ¬
the circulars circularsWAXTS ciroularsIEAXTS
Central Federated Union Decides to flues qnrftloti fluestlefl
tloti Him About Colorado ColoradoYeaterdayarnoetlng ColoradoYeetordaylenneetiflg
Yeaterdayarnoetlng of the Central Fed Fedorated Fedorated
orated Union decided cecidod that President loose Hoosevelt loosevolt
volt should bo put on record In regard regardto
to his attitude on labor matters This Thiswas Thitwas
was after Morris Brown delegate of Cigar CigarMakers CigarMakers
Makers Union 144 had read from a news newspaper newspaper ¬
paper clipping that members of the Western WesternFederation WesternFederation
Federation of Miners were being ordered orderedout orderedout
out Of Colorado towns whero wherothe < the federation federationla
la making trouble troubleBrown troubleBrown
Brown said that John Mitchell had hadbrought hadbrought
brought this matter tb President Roose Roosevelts 1100ccvolts ¬
volts attention but the President had taken takenno takenno
no action and he hiemoved moved that Limo President Presidentbe
be asked to appoint a special commission commissionto
to go to Colorado and Investigate InvestigateDaniel InvestigateDaniel
Daniel Harris of the Cigar Makers wild wildthat saidthat
that President Roosevelt had been nbktil nbktilto nkcdto
to take notion In similar cases und had hiilsaid
said that he could do nothing undrr the thecircums tinecircumstances
circums circumstances circumstancesNotwithstanding lances lancesNotwithstanding
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should go on and on putting Precidoni PrecidoniRoosevelt IresitiomnfItoosevelt
Roosevelt on record Let UH give him himevery linenevery
every chance of going on record until elm elmtion cIathon
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