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I 1 THE SUN FRIDAY FRIDAYJltlARC MARCH MAftCRtSi9O4 tI 18 1904 1904r
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INVESTIGATION OF BRISTOW BRISTOfont I IfOnl
font l HOIits VXDER pint nn iti itirOttE 1I1fom lIE lIEVItE
rOttE IIOlSK COMMITTEE COMMITTEEShifts JlUIlTTEIJ
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Shifts bJII Iirsimnslnlllty nr5110n lhlllt for Ilrport on Allow Altovnmes Allowr itItont1tes
nmes n for Clerk Hire 011 Ftrit Axststnn AxststnnH ALtantafl1 lltant lltantnilI
r
H > nne and of llrtiwntltmtty nrtl Omtblllty fc fcthe for forthe forthe
the Charges Concerning CongrcMmei CongrcMmeiWASHINGTON ConrclmenWsJlINOTON CongrcMnlenASIflWTON
WASHINGTON March 17 17For For nearl nearltwo nearly nearlytwo
two houra this tlil afternoon Fourth Asslstar AsslstarPostmasterGeneral A88lstantpostmasterGeneral AalatantpostniaterUeneral
PostmasterGeneral Brletow was va virtual virtualunder virtually vlrtuallyunder virtuallyunder
under investigation In and cross examination examinationby
by the McCall Investigating committee comn ttee 1 1relation In Inrclation InrelatiOn
relation to 0 his hlsreportof report of charges concerning ooncernlnmember concerT concerningmrmber ng ngmlmbl
member memberMr mlmblIr mrmberMr
Mr Ir Hristow admitted that he wrote t tletters th thletters thletters
letters to which Ids l s name was signed tram trammilting lrnnllmittinp tjanmUting
milting tho data and covering it In a gen geternl genfrnl general
ernl way WII lIe understood that the con conmittee committltJ cornmitte3
mittee wanted tho Information In tho prep prepuratlon prepIIrntion preparatlon
uratlon of the appropriation bill billMr billJ billtr
J Mr Ir McCnll called attention to tho state statement stntement tatonwnt
ment in Brlstows original report where whcrhe wherehe
he had Bald a a hundred similar cases C Ue8 could coulibo couldbe
be cited and asked If ho Bristow know knovof lenowr
L of r any others than these contained In the thelist thelist hi hilist
list Ho did not notAs notAs notAs
As to 0 tho secret rule of the Department Dppartrnenin
in making allowances for clerk hlro Sir SirBrii lIIrBri MrBristow
Brii Bristow tow sold hehad been informed by Mr MrWynne MrWynne Mrr
r Wynne today that It was not secret so far faias faras fara8
as Members of Congress were concerned concernedbut
but that the publio and tho ho postmaster postmasterdid
I
t did not know kno It ItMr ItMr itMr
Mr McDermott then took Mr Bristow In irhand Ini inhand
i hand and crossexamined him concerning concerninghis
j his h l own recommendation for or an increase Ir Irthe m mIhe Inthe
the allowance for tho pout office at Erie ErieKan ErieKan
1 Kan from 1120 to 180 180This 180This
I This increase said Mr McDermott McDermottwas
was made upon your recommendation recommendationYou r commcndatlonYou
You said you would bo very glad If the thepostmaster thep06tmMter thepoetmaater
postmaster could be given this additional additionsallowance additionalallowance additionalallowance
allowance and yet it appears from the th post postmasters potmasters poetmasters ¬
masters own report that he was W8 entitled entitledto
to only 1M 50 0 He was wa receiving 70 more morethen morethen morethen
then than ho was entitled to and yet you yousked youuked ou ouukl
sked ukl < l to have the amount increased by ISO ISOMr ISOMr > 0 0Mr
Mr Bristow explained that it was hit hitunderstanding hiundprstanding hieunderetanding
understanding that It was the duty of the theFirst thoFIBt theFirst
First Assistant to first ascertain rtnln whether whetheiincreases whetheorIncrtMNI whetherincreMee
increases were allowable or not and that thaihe thatbe thathe
he did not examine into the matter himsell himsellbecause hhnaelfbocauee hlmaelfbocauee
bocauee it was not in his division divisionMr dlvleionMr divielonMr
Mr McDermott then proceeded to enow enowthat show showthat Bhowthat
that allowances had been made and per permitted permitted perrnltted ¬
mitted to run on for years with no deduo deduction deduotlon deduotion ¬
tion until the post office Investigation be began began begao ¬
gan and directed his Inquiry toward acer oncerunder ascertalntg acertaming
talntg taming why It wu W tint the ins Inspeotore Inspeotoreunder tors torsunder
under Mr Bristow had not previously re reported reI ret
t I ported on these oases and asked how th thGovernment the theOovpmment theGovernment
Government would ever know when thi thiallowances the theallowances theallowanc
allowances were justifiable if the inspec inspectors Inepecto inpectom
tom to did not report reportMr relortMr rt rtYr
Mr Brisbow went Into Intoa a somewhat somewhatdetlultory somewhatdeeultoryezplsnation somewhadesultory
desultory deeultoryezplsnation explanation of the duties and work worlof workof workof
of Inspectors Inspeet < lr and said they ceportod t when wherInstances whenInstanCM whentnet4nces
Instances came under their observation oboervatloiwhere ob observationwhere ervatlon ervatlonwhtre
where allowances were not justified justifiedIf
If an inspector Ins tor discovered that there therwere thereere therewere
were ere undue allowances said Mr Ir Briatow Briatowhe
he would probably report it itMr ItMr itMr
Mr McDermott McDe Lt said that some of thesallowances thes theeellowanoes theseallowances <
allowances which hlch had been cut off when whetthe whenthe whenthe
the Investigation began be n had been running runningfor nmnlngfor
for years and there had been no report reportupon reportupon reportupon
upon them themMr themMr themMr
Mr Bristow said ald he assumed no official offlclaresponslblllly omclalrespoD81bllUv officialresponslbllllv
responslblllly as to the unwarranted allow allowance allowance allowanee
ance of the Eri Erie Kan post office He did dienot didnot dIdnot
not consider It his duty to investigate investigateAt
At the request of the th committee Mr Bri BriLA Britow Uristow
tow submitted LA exhibits L Q and R re referred referred reerred
ferred to in his original report and whl whlhave which whichhave whichhave <
have never been made publio for the thocon thoconfidentlal con confidential confidential ¬
fidential inspection of the committee committeeExhibit committeeExhibit committeeExhibit
Exhibit Q Is a composite report o oseveral of oftCeral ofseveral
several inspectors embracing flagrant vio violations violations vielatlons
lations relating to increased < i allowances allowancesIn alIowanOO8In
In this exhibit are treated the Dunkirk DunkirkN
N Y case Involving Judge Hooker a case castFredonia caseas
08 Wuwatoea WI Wis nt IAulsv1le Ky at atFredonla atFredonia
Fredonia N Y and at Baltimore all caa caain cases casesIn casesin
in which the suggestion of criminal actii actiihas action actionhas actionhas
has been made against a6al t the parties con concerned concemed concorned ¬
corned cernedExhibit cemedExhibit cornedExhibit
Exhibit R relates to reports upon leaflet leafletTthJch ltiueJMoh leaseswhkh
TthJch Moh werfl werancdIIpdand < cancalled anc6lledandrtnewed and renewed at in increased Increased increased ¬
creased rates In thIs tblsexhlblt exhibit are men mentioned mentioned mentioned ¬
tioned cases at Hackensack N J Hager Hagermembera Hagertown gcr gcrtown
town Md Weehawken N J lroaonia lroaoniaX redoalaN
X YlHa8t1ngs Y Hastings Neb Iique Ique Ohio Dun Dunkirk Dunp
p kirk YlUId Y and a number of others But Butmeombers Butmembers
members of Congress are not concerned concernedIn
i In all 11 of ii theee It le for the i iascertaining purpose of ofICertalnlng ofascertaining
ascertaining which if any members are areInvolved aro aroInvohed aroinvolved
Involved that tl1 t the committee desires to toinspect toInsjeCt toinspect
inspect the exhibits exhibitsThis exhibitsThis exhibitsThis
This practically completed the examina examination examination oxamlnation ¬
tion and Mr Bristow was WI about to leave leavewhen leavowhen leavewhen
when Mr Bartlett endeavored to draw from fromhim fromhim fromhim
him a statement as I to whether or not the thePresident theProeldent thePresident
President had seen the data before It was wassubmitted wassubmitted wassubmitted
submitted to the House committee committeeMr
Mr MoColl MoCallI I would suggest that we weleave weleave weleave
leave that question open for the present presentMr
Mr Richardson IUch Ud80nlllltd said that inasmuch as asthe 08the asthe
the President Pre ldent would nH t be called beforo beforothe beforothe beforethe
the committee it ought 10 be allowed allowedMr allowedMr alloweddr
Mr dr MoCall ruled rule otherwise however howeverand howoverand howeverand
and Mr Bristow did not answer the ques question question quesion ¬
tion tionThe
The hearing will be continued on Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day when Mr Bristow will again be on onthe onthe onthe
the stand standDIETRICH standDIETRICH standDIETRWII
DIETRICH rANTS REVENGE REVEXOEMir
Mir laJ Induce the President to l Remove emoe Dis District DlsoIrtd Dlitrict ¬
trict Attorney AttorneyWho Who Hart Him Indicted IndictedWASHINGTON IndlotedWARRINOTON IndictedVAeuINovoN
WASHINGTON March 17 nThe The President Presidentwill
will probably soon order the t te e dismissal of ofWilliamson ofWIUlam ofWilliamson
Williamson WIUlam on S Summers an United States StatesAttorney StatesAttorney StatesAttorney
Attorney for fort forthe t the District of Nebraska NebraskaHe
He gave this assurance today to Senator SenatorDietrich SenatorDietrich SenatorDietrich
Dietrich of that State and Edward Rose Rosewiter Roeeyater RoseWater
Water editor of the Omaha Bee Be who called calledon
on him at the White House HouseMr HOU6eIr RouseMr
Mr Ir Dietrich wants revenge because becauseMr
Mr Ir Summers brought about his Indictment Indictmenthy
hy the Grand Jury on tho charge of ac accepting accepting acceptiog ¬
cepting a bribe and Mr Ro R08ewr ewaer has hasbeen hMheen hasbeen
been on Implacable enemy of Summers Summersas
as he has of several other office holders holdersfor holdersfor holdersFor
for a long lon time timeThe timeTIle timeThe
The President told Senator Dietrich that thatIf
If the Senator was exonerated by the Sena Senatonal Senatorial Senatonal
tonal committee now Investigating his hisconduct hisconduct hisconduct
conduct ho would dismiss dlsml s Summers The Thecourt ThlOurt Thecourt
court before which Dietrich was brought broughtfor
for trial decided that the prosecution could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not proceed since the offence if any was wascommitted WMcommitted wascommitted
committed before Dietrich took the oath of ofoffice ofolllce ofoftice
office although III subsequent to his election electionas
as Senator Senator1ff Senatorun Senatoriin
1ff PAYXES ILLXESS ILLXESSThe IUoESSThe
I The loitn loltmalttroUtneral1 iter > Generali Friends Alarmed Alarmedt
It t His Condition ConditionWASHINGTON OIndltlollW1RIIJNOTON ConditionWIU1XWOTON
WASHINGTON March 17 nDr Dr Magruder Magruderwho I
who is in attendance on PostmasterGeneral onPostmaslcrGeneralPayne PostmasterGeneralPayne I
Payne today authorised the following
bulletin regarding tho lattcrs condition conditionThe CndltlonThe conditionihe
The PostmasterOeneral Is resting easily easilytoday easilytoodar easilytoday
today The gout goutle is better He is still stillvery stllvery stillvery
very weak Positive rest has been ordered orderedThere orderedThere orderedThere
There is no fever feverIt feverIt feverIt
It was learned today tyat Mr Payne Payneh Pa11ohaa Paynehas
h has s recently shown slight signs of Im Improvement Improtment improvement ¬
provement and It is tho present intention intentionJo
110 Jo to send him away from Washington for a aJong IIong
Jong ong rest as soon as he shall have recovered recoveredt recoveredIUtficiently recoveredsUtfldently
IUtficiently to be moved without Injury
His condition has been such during the thePUt lie liepast
PUt t week as to alarm his friends Ho Holas Hoties
ties las been very weak and his mental de depression deprellllion dopleMion ¬
pression has been extreme The gout from fromwhich fromt fromwhich
t which Wf Wfhlch hlch ho Is suffering Huffering is tho least alarming alarmlngf
f feature of his condition conditionMr
Mr Payne has not been in good health healthduring
during the entire time that he has been beenJostmasterOeneral beenRe
JostmasterOeneral He has suffered at atintervals
intervals from nervous neryousdyspepsia dyspepsia and from fromepilepsy fromEplleplly fromepilepsy
epilepsy He Is a very verY nearly eater and andtakes andtakls andtakcg
takes absolutely ho no exercise The worry worryand worryand worryand
and excitement attending the recent in investigation InVi InVetiation ¬
Vi vestigation of postal scandals still further furtherimpaired furthermpolred
impaired his constitution Mr Paynes Paynesiripnds Paynesfriends S Sfriend
friends hope and believe that tho contem contemplated oontemplated contemdated ¬
plated dated long rest and absolute frtedom fnedomfrom from fromuflinees
businti uflinees and political affairs will put him himon himon himen
on his feet again againDiplomatic llgalnDlplomatlo againHiploniatto
Diplomatic Nominations Ionnrmcd IonnrmcdWASHINGTON lonnrmldUIIINOTONlaroh onflrmedVANIIINOION
WASHINGTON UIIINOTONlaroh March 17 JTnlo Tho Senatoloday Senate BenateIoday Senatetoday
today confirmed the he nomination of John JohnBarrett John4rntt JohnBarrett
Barrett 4rntt of of Oregon to be Minister to Panama PanamaW
W W Russell of ofthe the District of Columbia Columbiao C < 1umhta 1umhtato
to o be e Minister to Colombia and Arthur M MBea MDPatJprt M2Il1nI3
PUblic Bea DPatJprt lpr4 2Il1nI3 of Illinois to the Argentine Re Reputtie RePUblic
1
PVTUP PUT Ul THE STARS AXD 4 4V J BARS BARSClemson lJABsUtnllon BARSClemson
Clemson Students Downed National Fl Flbut 1 1but 1i 1ibut
but Hnlstd It Again AgainCLEMSOV AGainCLElSOf AgainCLEMa0N
CLEMSOV S c March nAlmost a astate 1 1state astate
state of riot ho hM prevailed hero for the
lost two days owing to the astlon of the theGOO
500 students of Clemson College in raising raisinga
a huge Confederate flag on the campus campusdespite campwsdespite
despite the protest of the commandant commandantwho
who Is a Northern man manTho mnnTho manThu
Tho commandant t recently recen y erected on ontho onthe ontho
tho campus a a flagpole 08 feet high from fromwhich fromwhich fromwhich
which tho United States flag was unfurled unfurledfr
The fr students i took up a collooton k ka and had hada
a Confedorpto flag 14 by b Zl 1 foot made and andon andon I
on Tuesday afternoon while the college collegeband colle collegeband e eband
band played Dixie and amid the cheers cheersof I Iof
of the uncovered students tho Stars and andStripes nndStripes endStripes
Stripes were hauled down and the stars starsfcnd stare1ind starsliud
fcnd bars run up Instead InsteadThe Inst insteadThe < ad adrhe
The commandant ordered It down but buttho buttho hutthe
tho boys had lowered it and got It out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the way before his orders could be obeyed obeyedImmediately oooyedImmedlnlcly obeyedImmediately
Immediately after release from quarters quartersat
at tho morning Inspection on Wednesday Wednesdayall
all of the boys went to tho flagpole and andwere andwero
were raising tho flag again when the com commandant commandant coinmandant ¬ I
mandant came out of his office and ordered orderedIt
It lowered loweredIn i iIn
In spite of his protests and his placing placingone
one boy under arrest the flag was raised raisedThe ralMdThe raisedThe
The stars and bare floated today and andHtudonts andHtudCnts andMtudents
Htudonts dared the commandant to lower lowerthe lowertho lowerthe
the colors colorsThis colorsThl8 colorsThis
This afternoon he assembled them on ontho ontho onthe
tho campus and said
Boys I dont blame you for honorin honorinUie honoring honoringthe
the flag your fathers and grandfathers grandfathcifought grandfathersfought grandfathersfought
fought for Three cheers for the flag o otho of ofthe ofthe
the Southern Confederacy But the he Soul Soulproved South Southprolxl Southproved
proved that there was but one flag in 1898 1808Boys 1898Boj 1898BOyHt
Boys BOyHt theres no use talking we have the thigreatest thegreatest thegreatest
greatest flag on tho face of the earth to today today today
day and now I want tho band to play plajDixie playDlxio playDixio
Dixie while wo lower the stars and bars banand barsand barsand
and then play the Star Spangled Banner Bannerwhile Bannerwhile Bannerwhite
while we raise the Stars Starsand and Stripes The Thispeech Thespeech Ihespeech
speech caught the students and they low lowerod lowrOO lowerod
erod rOO the stars and bars and sent up thi thinational the thonational thenational
national flag Clemson College was waifounded wasfounded wasfounded
founded by Senator Tilhnan when he h wa waGovernor waR waRGovernor wasGovernor
Governor and the sentiment of students i iintensely III IIIIntensely isintensely
intensely Southern SouthernnErvnticAxs SouthernREIuntlCAS SouthernREPUflUVANS
nErvnticAxs TAKE THE CREDIT CREDITNot
Not ot Only Onl for Ant AntiTrust 1Truat Law but for Wort Wortern Norttt Nortttrn Northera
era rn Securities Decision DecisionWASHINGTON DlIlonWASHINGTON DecIsIonWasiiuioiow
WASHINGTON March Marcll17DoHato 17 17Do DoBato te on bn n thi thiPoat the thePOBt thePost
Post Office Appropriation bill hl1ran ran aloniIn along alongIn
In the the House today without particular particularinterest parlloularInterBt particularInterest
interest until fifteen minutes before the ad adjournment adjournment adjotirnment ¬
journment when things livened up upMr upMr upMr
Mr Southwlck Rep N Ni Yrlelng Y rising to tomake t tmake tc tcmake
make a pro forma amendment called at attention attentlon attention ¬
tention to the fact that on the day before beforeMr beforeMr beforeMr
Mr Williams Dem Miss had had read readand rendand readand
and inserted in the R Rrord cord an editorial editorialfrom edltorlfrom editorialfrom
from the New York Times on the merger mergerdecision mergerdecillion mergerdecision
decision In contrast to that Mr Bouth Bouthwiok Bouthwiok SouThwink
wiok said he wanted to have read on edi editorial editorial editonal ¬
torial from the New York World whloh whlohwas whlohWIlS whichwas
was quite as good and as a generally generalaccepted g nerallyaoCtpteQ ao aoceRted ¬
cepted Democratic authority as the Times TimestomeyGcneral TimesTh8 TimeaIbis
Ibis editorial lolnted out outthatthe thattbe Anti AntiTrust AntiTrust
Trust law had bOOn enaot enaotdd d by aRepubll aRepubllcan
can Congress approved by a Rooubllcan 1epublicanPresident RooubllcanPreeldent
President enforced by a Republican At AttomeyGenersl AttorneyOen
tomeyGcneral torneyOen ral at 0 the direction of a Re Hepublican Republican Republican
publican President and had had its con constitutionality oonfltitutlona1lty eonetttutlonality ¬
stitutionality affirmed by a Republican RepublicanSupremo RepublicanSupremo RepublicanSupreme
Supremo Court whereas a Democratic Democraticexecutive DetnoeraUoexecutive Detnocratloexecutive
executive had failed to enforce the law lawand lawand lawand
and every Democrat on tho Supreme bench benchhad benchhad benchhad
had voted to declare It unconstitutional unconstitutionalMr
Mr Williams the minority leader der rose roseto roeeto roseto
to reply He said ho was glad to hear hearRepublican hearRopublican hearflopublican
Republican applause IlJ > plaURe for the enforcement enforcementof
of tho AntiTrust AntlTr t Jaw and he hoped that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the efforts would not end in applause but butthat butthatthoy butthatthey
that thatthoy they would wouldgobn go on on and andpioseoUto prosecute other otherviolators othervlolatofllof otherviolalore
violators vlolatofllof of the earn 1 semWfll m 8tatuUC d dWln < i ipropose
Wln youd you do itho askoo askedov 4or do yoU yoUproposo yipropose
propose to stand pat on this thl decision decisionAlready declsiofllAlready dadalonAlready
Already the AttorneyGeneral had de declared declared dodared ¬
clared he said that It was not proposed proposedto
to run amuck that the decision dedllouatrected dedllouatrectedonly affected aZectedonly affectedonly
only the Northern NorthtrnSecuritlell Securities and that thatthat thatthat thatthat
that was a case by Itself Theminority Theminorityha Th mlnority mlnorityhe
ha said was wu willing to give the majority majorityfull majorityfull majorityfuU I I
full credit for what It had doM but It Itwantld itwanted t twanted
wanted the Republican party to go further furtherand furtherand furtherand
and not stop and rest content with the good goodalready gooaalreadr good goodalready
already done doneMr doneMr doneMr
Mr Tawney Rep Minn interrupted interruptedto
to say that th t when the theyote vote was taken in the theHouse the1I0use theHouse
House on tho Sherman AntiTrust bill billevery billeVlry billevery i
every Democrat Democratvoted voted against it itMr ItMr itMr
Mr Gaines Dem Tenn Tenn1 That state statement slatement statemont ¬
ment is not uottrUe true When that measure rPo wro was waspassed WallPftB80
passed PftB80 it wu passed by the unanimous unanimousvote unanlmousvol4Jof unanlrnousvote I
vote vol4Jof of the House not a Democrat and not nota I
a Republican voted against it What the thoDemocrats HieDemocrate theDemocrats I
Democrats did vote against was the rule ruleshutting ruleshuttinK ruleshutting
shutting off debate on tho bill and hd you youknow youknow youknow
know thats th t8 true and what y you you li say ea is not nottrue nott1e nottrue
true Loud applause on the Democratic Democraticside DemocratIosldel Democraticside I
side Furthermore every evel Democrat DemOCTGtoted DemOCTGtotedfor voted votedfor
sldel for It t In the Senate and any way the theSherman theShennan theSherman i
Sherman law as It stands on the statute statutebooks statutebooks statutebooks
books today was by no means the measure measurej IDeaaureIntroduoed measureintroduced
introduced j j by Mr Sherman A Democrat Democratiltfatlvo Democrattock Democrattook
tock the InitiativeJudge iltfatlvo Judge Regan of Texas TexasHe Texl TexlHe TexasHe
He Introduced Intr duced the first measure and when whenMr whenMr whenMr
Mr Shermans bill was reported sixteen sixteenamendments sIxteenamendments sixteenamendments I
amendments were added to It so that little littleof littleof littleof
of the original measure me IIUre was left leftFurther lefturther loftPurthor I
Further discussion wan shut off o by Mr MrOverstroet MrOverstreet MrOveretroet
Overstroet who refused to yield further furthertime furthertime
time for debate on the subject subjectTHE subjectTill subjectTIlE I
THE NEWPRNSION VEir EIJ PEXSIOX ORDER ORDERChairman on ORDERChairman DEn DEnChatrman
Chairman Sullowsy Thinks It Will 111 Not NotCost NotColt NotCoat
Cost More Than MOOOOOO tU OOOOO Annually AnnuallyWASHINGTON AnnuallyWABRINOTON AnnuallyWASUINOT0N
WASHINGTON March 17 17In In the opinion opinionof
of Representative Sulloway chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the House Committee on Invalid Pensions Pensionsthe Ponslonsthe Pensionsthe
the order promulgated yesterday by Boors Secretary Secre Secretr Boorstar7 ¬
tary Hitchcock Hichcok whereby age ao is II to count countas oountpart
as tr part disability disabity In the matter of claims claimsfor olarna olarnafor claimsfor
for pension will wi not cost the Government Governmentto
pnsiOn
to exceed 100 4000000 annually anualy and It may maynot maynot mayhot
not not oxce Increase increae the amount paid pid out in pen pensions pn pnslol pensions ¬
sions slol more than 100 3000000 a year yer The Therule Therule Therule
rule In effect elet by Executive Exeutye decree de enacts enactsthe enats enatsthe enactithe
the provisions of the first Sulloway bill billbut b1 billbut
but It Is II pointed out that It is II l a long way wayfrom wayfrom wayfrom
from tho service pension proposition propllon of the theGrand theOrand theGrand
Grand Army and only a step etp in the direction directionof dlreUon dlreUonof
of tho sort of legislation legisaton that organisation organisationdesires organhaton organhatondeire organiaationOs
desires Os i iIt
deire OsIt It appeared certain crtain a few days dYI ago agothat agothat agothat
that the appr service 6n10 bill would pass Congress Congressand Cgrl
and the political loaders leadorBfe5redit8 feared tered its It Influence Influenceupon Infuenc Infuencupn influenceupon
upon tho be pltCllolers country outry coming comin Just Jut before bcro a aPresidential aPrldentl
upn Presidential election electionA
Prldentl A number electon electonA of Senators who thought tbough It Itunwise Itun11 itunwise
Sntors
unwise un11 to enact enct such legislation legislaton at this thistlmo thisImu thislimo
limo consulted with the President prident and con convinced oonvlnll convineed ¬
vinced Imu vlnll consuled him that some Ime other way ought ough to tobe to tob tohe
be bebenefited bebenefod bebenefited
be found by which the old soldiers scldler could
benefited b The President prldent and Secretary Secretaryof Sretary Sretaryof
of benefod tho Interior Te Hitchcock Hlchock and Assistant AssistantSecretary AMltant AMltantSetar AssistantSecretary
to towork towork towork
Secretary of the Interior Miller Mier went
work Setar Only nly a fow leading officers ofcrs were wer let letInto letInto lotinto
Into the secret I of their the efforts effortsEven elrortl effortsEven
8ret II
Even Commissioner ware was kept in inlirnoranco Inljorance inignorance
ignorance Comm8loner of the proposed Interpretation Interpretationof
prpllntcrpreatlon prpllntcrpreatlonof
ljorance of the law until unt everything eehing was W ready rd for forIts fori forits
Its announcement by tho Administration AdministrationHe Admstrator AdminietratlodHe
i He was convinced that such euh an a order could couldIxs couldbe couldbe
be Issued 108 conylnce however tht and Just before leaving leavingad 1ig 1igfor leavingfor
for 1led the South last night oxplned explained thatthero thattherohad that there therehad
had > ad long Suth been a rule in the Pension Bureau BureauIxliiR Burou BuroufxnK Bureaufixing
a b maximum age o limit at In 12 per perwnth permonth
fixing pr prmnth
month fxnK mnth for mxmum seventyfive svlntyflo years ye of age There TheretatttS Ther Thereis
18 also sixtyfiveYflar minimum l1mIt l1mItCommissioner
a 1mt 1mtCommwloner
ol sxtyfiveye mimum
Commissioner Ware i is of the opinion opinionhat opinionthat
that tatttS hat the ordeTwlll order wi will save BV8 the Government Governmentith Ooveront Ooverontoonslderable Governmentconsiderable
considerable money 08 It wl will do away awaywith awaywith
with ith the expense expenselo of medical exinations exinationsHe examinations examinationsHo
He lo snys opn that hat If I onefourth onfourth of the 200000 200000xamlnations 2000 2000exnlnatons 200000examinations
examinations 8 made during the last lat year yearrcre yearwere yearwore
exnlnatons were not made mae It would mean a money moneyovlng moneyBlng moneysewing
sewing of about about300000 about300000He 1300000 1300000He
Blng abut 100 at thi this time tlmahat timewhat
He was W unable unble to estimate etmate tme tmewhat
what hat expense the order will 1 entail entai In the thehapo theshapo theshape
shape of additional additonal payments paymentsT pyment pymentW
of f Arln ArlnWASHINGTON ArlnW ArlzensWASIUWaTOi
W v T Nichols Nlehol for Secretary
WASHINGTON W A8tiNOTON March 1lh 17 nThe The President Presidentnt PJldent PJldentnt Presidentsent
sent nt to the Senate Btotoay today the tl nomination nominationif nomnton nomntonorw nominationofW
orw if W T Nichols Ncholot Nicholsof of Arizona Arizn to b b be Secretary Secretaryaccept Sta Stacf Secretaryof
cf that torrltoiy This is tho office which whichIt
Ths I wich wichIt
It was as pro propoiied terlor to btowunCI bestow upon Coi Dunn Dunnohalrman Dunnchairman
chairman of the Republican State Cmlt Cmltof comnlttee comnltteeof
of NewYork New York but Rpublcan which ClDun Ccl Dunn delne declined declinedtoaccopL
taoop toaccopL accept
1
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BOSSES BOSSESON ON EIGHTJOUR EGHTrBOUR BILL BILLA BLL I IA
A MAXVPACTlinsn TELLS TELS Of 0 HIS UISEXPERIEXCK HISEXPEIECf HISLXPElCILVCl
EXPERIEXCK EXPEIECf WITH IllTI UNIONS UXIOXSBoycotted UV0S UV0SJocotc UNIONSflocoted
Boycotted Jocotc Because Ueeaule lie le Refused nrrut Eight EightHour lUchtour EIGhtIlotte
Hour our Ui UluOlerd DaUffered Offered to Sell sei Out to Them Themt Tem Temat
at t 30 3 Cents cnt ou 01 the tl Dollar I tf t They TheyWould Theyoul theyWould
Would oul lion lon Shop Sop On Union Rule RuleWASHINGTON 80 80W HUIVIWAsflINoroi
WASHINGTON W ASfNoroN March I rch 17 17At At todays todayshearing tocys tocysbern todayshearing
bern hearing on the Eight Eiht Hour 10ur bill bi before befor tho thoHouse thoHoUe theHouse
House HoUe Committee on Labor Lbr Oliver Ohor Crosby Crosbyof rby rbyof
of St Paul representing rro ntng the th American AmericanHoist AJnerlcln AJnerlcln1olst AnericanHoist
Hoist 1olst tt < fb Derrick rlck Company John Mcintyre Molntyroof MoI
of Philadelphia Phiadelphi representing represcntng the Typothetw Typothetwof pthet pthetof
of that city and an JE J E Patterson Pattelon of Wllkee Wllkeebarre Wlle Wlk Wlkbares
barre barr Pa P a largo lrgo manufacturer milifacturer spoke spokoI spokestrongly spokestrongly
I strongly against the passage of the bill billMr bi billMr
Mr M Patterson Pattrson protested prtestd p8g0 that th t iho passage passageof page pageof
of the Eight Hour bill bi would be a great greatwronga grt grtwronga greatwronga
wronga wrong to tho skilled skie faithful faithfulenergetic faithfulenergetlo faithfulenergetio
energetic and ambitious mblUol employee employo a wrong wrongto I
to the employer empl yor a wrong to the Govern Government Oover Governmont ¬
ment It I would ould not only increase Increa the cost costof cst costof
of tho finished flshod product prouct of labor lbor but would wouldgreatly wouldgreaty wouldgreatly
greatly greaty Increase Ilcr8 the t cost c st t of the necessities necessitiesof ncolU8 ncolU8of
of life to the laboring lborg man Such Suh a radical radicaland radicl radicland radicaland
and arbitrary standard standar should shoud not no be fixed fixedby liedby xed xedby
by legislation Iegllton but should result rsul from evo evolution eoluUo evolution ¬
lution lutionHe luUo lutionHe
He said that for years year ho had been b a large largeemployer largeemployer largeemployer
employer of labor and had hd never had any anytrouble anytrouble anytrouble
trouble with his men until unt the union tried triedto triedto triedto I
to run his business for him
ig delegates
Mdemde demanded that I should run rn my factor factoreight factory factoryolght factoryeight
eight hours hur Instead Inltead of ten I refused refusedand rerdand refusedand
and a boycott was declared delared against ajllinst me that thawas thatWII thatwas
was in force for eight months month Then I signed nlgnocan signedan
an agreement ageemelt with wih the local loal union at Pitts Pittston Pltl Pittaton
ton which lasted hUlte until unti walking delegatefrom delegate delogatel delegatesfrom
from Wukesbarro Wilesbarr demanded demnde that I l sign slgran signan signan
an agreement agrement with tho Wllkeaborre WlkMbr union unionI
I refused refu and another unotherboycotiwas boycott boyCtt was 118 declared deolamagainst declaredagaInst
against agllnllt me that lasted late three thro years yors J Jsecured I Isue Isecured
secured an Injunction Injuneton and now my cast castIs Cas6i caseis
sue
Is i in tho courts But the union had ha sworn aworrit swornIt swornIt
it would ruin me and drive mo out of busi business bui buines busiflOSS ¬
ness nes and it did Its best bestTo bet betTo bestTo
To show the manner lit 11 which wblc thejworked they theyorked theyworked
worked orked sow I will wi tell ttl you of a proposition J Jmade I Imade Imade
made to that union I offered ofered propsition to sell 11 them thenmy themmy themmy
my business bllne88 at 30 3 cents on the dollar anc ancwith and andled andIetl
led them nm It acring according t to union rull rules ruleswith
with tho proviso provl that if th thI the they should fail failto
to r rim i It at a proft profit accorig according to those rult rules rulesI fai
I could ould buy it back bk again agai at the price pric paid paidThose paidTho paithThose
Those Tho walking delegates dtlcgatewho who wanted wanto t trun to torun torun <
run my factory fator told me they wouldnt wouldnbuy wouldntbuy wouldntbuy
buy it as they didnt know how to run rn it itAnd ItAd itAnd
And Ad yet gentlemen gentemen they wanted watte me m to run nilmy runmy runmy
my business bUlne8 according aordi to their thelradvlo advice adviceIf
If I this bill bUla is passed p8ed It will wi drive dro some sme of ui uiout U8 U8out usout
out of business bUinC If I wo are coming to th thstrangling the thefltrangling thestrangling <
strangling of personal prnal peraona liberty lberty that this thibill thishU thisbill
bill hU would mean men if passed I want none o oit of ofIt ofit
it I would go g out of p business bune88 first firstCHILD fst fstclnn firstCHILD
CHILD clnn ACTOR A WITNESS WITXESSOn JITnS JITnSOn
On Behalf Bhllr of lib ii Mother Iothr Who Parted Prted Wit Witas With With12a th
12a as 2 and Seven snn Te Teeth TethMr TeethMrs lh lhMrs
Mrs Mr Vera Grimm of 4S 4 West Twenty Twentyseventh Twentysventh Twentyseventh
seventh sventh street stt had seven teeth extracts extractsnot extracied extraciednot
not long 10nglgo ago It I cost cst her I 28 S and now she shiwants shewant shewants
wants want her money back bck The New York Yor1Dental YorkDentl YorkDental
Dental Dentl Society 81lty also al want Wlt to know it th thlady the thely thelady
lady ly dentist dentit dentistwho who got Mrs Ms Grimms M Is ILpractising IspractslnJ ispractislng
practising practslnJ without wihout a lloensa lons or merely merelymanaging merelrmanagng merelTmanaging
managing the Stllwell Dntal D ntal Parlors at atSixth
managng Stiwel
193 Sixth avenue avenueMra avenueM avenueMrsGrinimts
Mra M MrsGrinimts Grimm Gr Is the mother motberof of liorlsQrimm liorlsQrimma IJf Grlmm Grlmma
a a child cbld actor ator with wi th golden hair Beside Besideplaying Beide Beideplyig Besideplaying
playing plyig the to part prt of Butter luster ueter Drown BToW Proctors atProotorsTheatre atProctorl at ProctorsTheatre
Theatre Thetre Loris Lori says IYS that tbt he baa b also a played playedwith plaedwith playedwith
with Olga Olg Netbcreolo Netherl and ad In I The Choir ChoirCelestial Coi ChoirCelestial
Celestial Cll Just ust atpresent at prfent present his only oly en engagement enggmnt engagement ¬ I
gagement ggmnt Is testifying in behalf bhalrof of his hismother hi hismother
mothe motherMrs mother motherMrs
Mrs Grimm went to the 1 Stllwell Stilwel parlors parlorsof prlors prlorsof
of which Eatella E la D Stilwell Stlwpl is the man manager managrl manager ¬
ager on Feb 12 She contracted for forwortn 30 30Mrs 80worth
worth wortn of work ad and pid paid t 3 on aeunt aeuntMr account accountMrs
Mrs Mr Stilwell Stwel hires a dentist dentst with a diploma diplomaCarl dlplo1 diplomarl
Carl erl rl Dillenborg Dlenberg but Mrs Mr Grimm alleges allegesthat alege allegesthat
that Mrs Stllwell Stlwe herself attended attde to t her herAfter herAfter
After Aftr Mrs M Grimm Ormm had h parted prt with wit seven seventeeth slen seventeeth
teeth teth she wasnt wat satisfied Its ed and went to toanother t toanotherdentlet
another anoter anotherdentlet dentist dent8t who promptly put the casa casain CI casein
in the hands of the detrctiv deowetvts promty B of the State Statesociety StateeletyMr Statesociety
society eletyMr Mrs Stllwells Stiwells arrest Trl fallowed fallowedAll folowe
All the persons of the thl dental drama drm were werebefore werebefore er
before bfore Magistrate Iagletrat prllol Mayo yeltrday yesterday after afternoon alcr afternoon ¬
noon Thero was WI mixed mied testimony tstmon as a to tothe tothe tothe
non the violation viola Lion of the dental Ienll law and the theviolence thevlolen lie lievlolenoo
violence vlolen done to t Mrs Mr Grimms teeth tth and andfeelings andfelg andfeelings
feelings Mrs Stllwell Stwel denied that she liod liodtreated II lia liatreated
felg
treated Mrs Grimm and said that Dr Dfl Dfllenberg Df Diilenberg
lenberg lenbrg teat had ha done it all allButter al nilBuser
Butter Bu er Brown BroW went on the stand and tee testified te teetilled ¬
tilled tted that tht be sat Bt in the anieoom reading readingoperating readinga readin readina
a sporting paper but that Mrs 8 Stwel Stilwe Stilweoceaslotially
oClonal oceaslotially rtng pper caled called hlt liirp In to watch hr her heroperating
operating oprating on his mother without hurting
her
herMagistrate Magistrate Magitrate Mayo put tho can cS over until untilMarch untl untlMch untilMarch
March Mch 21 and held Mrs Stllwell Bt in n 500 bail bailCHEAT 01 01OREAT baitGREAT
CHEAT SAVING IX l PHEMtVVS PHEMtVVSHow IJIEUMS10w
How 10w the Insured In Brooklyn Slty IIa Ia Benefit Benefitby Benefitby
by huh lh Pressure lewe Fire lre System SystemChief SsternChief
Chief Cief Engineer Eginer I M Do Verona Vaona of Brook Brooklyn Brookly Brooklyn ¬
lyn ly in his report reprt to Water Wat Commissioner CommissionerOakley Cmml8Joner Cmml8JonerOakley CommissionerOakley
Oakley advocating advotng a high bl h pressure elure fire firesystem firesystem
system calls cll attention to the lars lar j Having Havingin Ivlng IvlngIn
in fire Or Insurance lnurano premiums that will wi follow followa folo foloa
a reduction ruction of insurance rates ratel In Brooklyn BrooklynThe Ilrookly ltrooklynThe
The report reprt says saysIt eay saysIt
au It has b often been stated 8tald that the th under underwriters undcrwtr tinderwriters ¬
writers wtr would Wuld lower the to Insurance InlurancJ rats ratnas rat ratsas
as 1 soon n as I better fire tre protection prottlOI was wa secured securedIf lld lldI
If I on the completion of the high prrssuro prrssurofire prrsslr prresurofife
fire fir system tem heroin recommended rmmended tha tI3 rtl rtlwere rates ratmwere rateswere
were restored restor 10 o what they were wer before the theIncrease theInceG theincrease
Increase InceG made on Dec 11 190J 10 the th yrarly yearlysaving yrarlyvlnl yrarlysaving
saving vlnl In fire fre Insurance Insurnno premiums prmIums would wouldtherefore wouldUlerefor wouldtherefore
Ulerefor therefore amount aount to II 08000 00 or about
43 3 times tlmp the te total cost cst of mulntenahca mnlntnabc3 and andoperation andopltlon andoperation
operation opltlon plus interest IntrElt and sinking siking fund fundcharges fundcgs fundcharges
charges cgs of the proposed props high pressure pressurefire pn8uro pn8urof prasurefirs
fire system systemIn i
f In I Iftm IftmI Philadelphia Pbllelphia the board b of under underwriters underwitrs underwriters ¬ I
writers witrs agreed agd with the Insured Insur to to nuke nukea fk fka qtaka
a a reduction ructio In insurance In8urnce rates rats throughout throughoutthe thllhout thllhouttbe throqghoutthe
the congested district dhltlct of twentyfive hlcty ve cents centsper ontl centsper
per congst year yea on every 100 tO Insured Intired If I the re reduction reaucton reduotion ¬
duction p aucton in ever Insurance Inluro rites r in Brooklyn Brooklynwere Brklyn Brklynwer Brooklynwere
were wer made Rade equal to t that tt above quoted quote for forPhiladelphia forPhilelphia forPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Philelphia the te yearly farly saving Ivlrg In Injn insurance insurancethroughout insurancethroughout umn umnthrouShout
throughout the districts dltlell to m Ilrotcted Ilrotctedwo protected protectedration protectedwo9ltI
wo wo9ltI amount to 5OX00 or about 77 77tim 7 7times
tim times 1 tl the totl total cs cost cf mintnac mainteneetos and andopmUon an anoperation
operation ration plus pils Interest Intollt and sinking fund fundlustbo fundcharg fundcharges
opmUon charges t ot the high pn pressure ur tr fire system systemTo ystm
charg 10 To Uis this Bvlng saving In fre fire Iuranc insurance rat rates ratesmUetbe
lustbo must b added aded the te reduction In the thagge thaggeate aggro aggroate aggregate
gate ate fire fre losers IC6 s which would particularly particularlyKineflt partoulrly partoulrlytneft particularlybenefit
benefit tho insured since In many mny catei cateispecially aesespecially
Cte3 Cte3espcily
tneft
specially In those thest of manufacturing maufaturing es esabllahments fI estubllshmenta
espcily tablshmmls abllahments and business buslnM houses houae the themount theam theamount
mount am unt of Insurance Iluranoe by byo no means mlals totally totallyjvers totly totlyover otaIlycovers
over covers jvers the whole holo fire fr flr loss lossMISS 108 108MISS lossMISS
MISS LATHAMS DKFEXCE DKFEXCEormer l IJ1FECEFormer FCE FCEForllltr
Forllltr ormer Teacher Teaehtr Witness tnt In Her lerOwn Own Be Behalf De Hehalf
half haf In StelTent Slelens Divorce Dhot C CMiss c Csi CsiMine
Miss Mi Henrietta Henrelta Latham lthm formerly a aeachor atecher ateacher
teacher techer In Public Publc School 10 Seventeenth Seventeenthtree Sveteth Svetethstre Seventeenthstreet
stre street tree and Seventh avenue Brooklyn Bnkl was wasi Wl WlII wtisa
II i witness wltnOyeterday yesterday in her own 1n behalf behalfn bhal
In n the Supreme Supre Court Cou bolero boo Justice JUlc Dickey Dickeyin
In in the suit ult of Mrs M Margaret Mrgar Steffeiw Btefe against againsteorge agint agintGerie againstGeorge
Gerie George eorge Bteffena Bte for absolute Jolute divorce divor The Theinplaint Thecmplalntmetlons Thecomplaint
cmplalntmetlons complaint nplaint mentions Miss Mi Latham Lt es co cojpondent corpondet corespondent
respondent rpondet and for this reason reon Miss Missitham Mi MissLathamwas
Ltbamw Lathamwas itham was dismissed dlsmie by School Shool Buporin Buporinendont Superintendent Buporinteridont
endont Maxwell MaxwellMiss MaxwellMi MaxwellMiss
Miss Latham said 1ld that tbtt she had never neversen neverbn neverbeen
Mi Lthm
been sen to a hotelor bolorl hotel or had Imprqper Imrpr relations relations1th relationswith
bn ratol
with 1th the defendant defendantSheeald She saId she lhe was wasnxious wa wasanxious
anxious anxlotl that a thorough thorulh Jnvflplon Jnvflplon8hould investigation Invrsigatioflshould investigationihould
should bo b made and ad the case ce fully fuly gone gonoleared gOMInto goneinto
Into In order thl that her retton repttation mglt m1ht be becllt becieaied
leared orer and she might get 1t back her hlr place placeMiss plao plaoMi placeMiaii
cllt Miss Latham wIham had ha been bn A boarder boarderat at the thoteffens theStlffn theSteffens
teffens Stlffn Mi home Mrs Mh Steffenss Bteell complaint complaintj cmplaint cmplaintI
18 j based on information Inforion furnished furnlheby by two twoleterjtlres wo o ode
I be
de detectIves IY who swear Iwertt that they thonw saw the theefendant thy th thdefendant 0
defendant and Miss M Latham IAham enter a boteat hotel hotelt hateat
depndant at t Ninth avenue ayenul and Fifteenth Fiftenth street Btre onn onnBrtoin onl onacertain
certain crtain night and tdle1err leavb early the next nextThe nxt nxtm nextmorning
m morning n
The case e was wa adjourned aJouo until UtUT Tuesday dY
THERE THIR 18 1 A ARIGHT ARICHT ARICHT
RICHT WAY WAYand and a WRONG WR ONC WAY WAYTO WAYTO WAYi1c
TO BURN GAS GASA
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j
A burner burer with wih a 5Foot I tip tipconsuming A burner with wih a I 3Foot I tip tipconsuming tl tlcoisumlng ticosutning
consuming 5 feet fee of d Gas Gasfilving tj consuming coniumln S feet of o flea Qasgiving Oa fleagiving
coisumlng giving Good light lght giving Poor llghy llghyyour tcl tclIt 1Igh
It 1 your Gas burners arc unsatisfactory unsatsfa tor send sen word to the theGas theGa theGas
Gas Ga Company Comp n addressing the I Gas Information Inforaton Bureau
ODELLS ELLS ws CONTROL OCN OF CANAL CANALHAS L LIA
HAS IA lULL 1 PASSED tSSED WHICH WIWI CLOSE CLOSEVm CL CLOSESIlls S1S S1SlS
Vm Ills lS GRIP fm RhI OX 0 TIlE Tll HOKK HOKKTraillnE IORK IORKTradlna 11011KTrailing
Trailing Tradlna Stamp 6tal11 mil Di Favornbl Iaorlbl Reported nrportnIn
In the th AssemWj AisemblMenroes setbrUonrocs Monroes Garnishee UnrnlsheiFill GarnisheeHilt lrnlhee lrnlheeDi
Fill Di Also so Reported Favorably Iuorabllt CMj CMjItllli
Itllli 111 Passed by b the Senate Menatertlrda MenatertlrdaAt4r Yesterday YesterdayAuuxv YesterdayAtntNr
Auuxv At4r March 17 17The The Senate passed passedtwo paR paRtwo passedtwo
two bills bila today which complete Cloy OovOdellti GovOdols CloyOdolls
Odellti Odols control of the barge canal patronage patronageoven
oven after he goes out of office ofce One pro provides provlde provideo ¬
vides vlde for the appointment by the Govornoi Govornoiof
of three thre commissioners commlHionCT to appraise the thelands tholanda ho holands
lands taken for tho barge bar o canal conl anc anctho and andtho andthe
tho othef otle provides that th the five fve expert expertengineers oxprt oxprtenglnecr expertengineers
engineers englnecr appointed appinte by the Governor U Uact to toat toact
act at in an advisory capacity rapaoly during th thconstruction the theconstruction theconstruction <
construction of the canal shall shal hold office officeuntil officounti officeuntil
until unti the woik Is I completed completedThe complete
The Assembly Code Committee CommIto ro reported roporte roported ¬
ported porte Assemblyman Amblyman Xcwcombs Xcwcombi bill billwhich bi billwhich
which provides provide that thl trading stamp com companies companies cornpanies ¬
panies shall shal redeem reeom stamps tamp as I they are arepresented areprented arepresented
presented prented for redemption reempton and that they shall shallbo Ihal shallbe
bo exchangeable for cash ens or merchan merchandise merohandlse nierohandlse ¬
dlse according ncordlng to t the face fieI value of the thestamps thestal8 thestamps
stamps stal8 This is the bill bi desired dBle by the theNow theNew theNow
Merchants Association AssociationSenator AssociationSenator
Now York City Alatlon AlatlonSator
Hensselaer intro introduced Introduc introduoed ¬
Senator Sator Barnes Barn Rep Rp Hmulelor
duced duc a bill bi which is designed deigne to drive drivetheae driveU1f drivethese
these U1f companies cmpanie out of business 1lne as it pro provides pro1des proides ¬
vides that tlat they shall aaU pay py a State tax ta of ofs
15 5 percent prcent of their receipts receiptsTho rcelpis rcelpisTho receiptsTim
Tho Codes CQ Committee Commlttealo also reported reportedfavorably reportedfayorabl reportedfavorably
favorably Assemblyman Monroes gar garnlshee garnishee garnishee
nishee bill bi which the Retail Rtai Grocerymenfi GrocerymenfiAssociation Groerymens GroerymensAolaton GroceryrneneAssociation
Association Aolaton of the State wants wRntl and to towhich towhich towhich
which every labor union Is opposed It Itpermits Itpermit8 Itvermits
permits the ho garnishment of the wages wage of ofevery ofevery ofever
every ever man who falls foll to pay his hil grocery groceryor groery groeryor groceror
or meat bill bi and receives rlehe over 12 a I week weekin wek wekIn wee weein
in wages wage Last Lt year Yer the same flune bill bi won wonintroduced Wl wasintroduced
introduced but wtu 54 amended arcuded so 8 as to toaffect toalet toaffect
affect alet Introuce only those tboS receiving r ehilg more llro than 12 20 20a ZOa
a week weekThe 0
The we Senate 8ena11 adopted noplNI to today < ay a I concurrent concurrentresolution concrrnt concrrntroluton concurrentresolution
resolution introduced intuo by b Senator lator ElonR ElonRBrwn Elon U UBrawn HBrown
Brawn Brwn roluton memorializing l loralzng President Prsident Reese Hooseveltto HOe HOeeltto Reeseveftto
veltto negotiate negotiateatreaty a treaty trt with Urat Great Sreat Britain Britainof Britainwhich Britainwhich
which npfotlulA wi will tend to regulate VIe diversion dlvendonof
of Ito waters wlter of Niagara Niaara River by electrical electricalpower electricalper electricalpower
power companies ompale HO 1 as a not to t destroy detror destroy the thefalls te tefalls thefalls
falls per Assemblyman Thompsons fhompnl bill hl ex extending extending extending ¬
tending the semblya life lfe of the Lockport Lckprt Power PowerCompany PowerCompany ower owerCmpny
Company Cmpny te was reported reporte favorably favorbly in the theSenate thoSnate theSenate I
Senate today todaySenator todaySenator
Snate Senator Bnator Keenans Kennns bills bi which provide providefor prvide I
for the construction of a bicycle path and anda
a foot path pat for pedestrians pedetr t8 ou 01 the tle bridge bridgeof
of the New York Connecting Connetng Railroad Railroadacross lllroad lllroadarol Railroadacross
across the East River at Hell Hel Gate which whichis
is arol about to Et be constructed onstructe and providing providingfor
for vestibuled street surface railroad rira cars carsin camin
vltbule surao I
in Queens Quens and Id Nassau Naau counties countlf were re reported reported ¬
ported favorably In the Senate SenateThe Snato SenateThe
prted The Metropolitan Metropo favorablY 1M Street Strt Railway Com Company Compnny Cornparty ¬
party has abandoned abandone that provision In one oneof oneof oneof
of Its lI series serll of bills bllintruc introduced by Senator SenatorWllcox Seator SeatorWicx SenatorWilcox
Wilcox and Assemblyman Bedell Bel which whichempowers whichempOWflf whichempowers
empowers Wicx empOWflf the State Railroad RalroCommllon RalroCommllonto Commission Commissionto
to designate points at which hleh transfers transfersmay transftrs transftrsmayor transfersmay
dCllgnoL
may mayor or may not lot be given Assemblyman AssemblymanFerro A8emblynan A8emblynanFerr AssemblymanFerre
Ferro Ferr introduced Introuced ma a bill bi providing that thatcities thatctle thatcities
cities of the lie first class ell shall lhal appropriate
Ilt
ctle 10000 annually annualy U to bo expended In giving givingexcursions givingexcrsion givingexcursions
excursions 1100 excrsion to children childrenAssemblyman chidren chidrenAasemblyman childrenAssemblyman
Assemblyman Bird introduced intruced a bill billwhich hi billwhich
which provides that a a patrlman patrolman In 11 New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York city ciy can be promoted pimiote to roundsman roundsmanafter rounGsmanafer roundsmanafter
after nix Ix months service seric Instead Inlltad of two twoyears twoyea twoyears
years afer as 8 the Charter Carter now provides providesSenator prvlde providesSenator
yea
Senator Elsborgs bill empowering tho thoJustices thoJUltlo thoJustices
Elberg8 empowernl
Justices JUltlo of the Appellate Apllate Division Dv1810n of tho thoFirst thoFirst theFirst
First Department to appoint Ippolnt a confidential confidentialclerk oonfdentlal oonfdentlalolerk confidentialclerk
clerk Jpaent at a salary fala sa1ar of 10 3000 was W reported reportedfavorably reporte reportedfavorably
favorably in the Senate SenateSenator Snate SnateSenator SenateSenator
Senator Fitzgerald of New Ne York Intro Introduced Introduc introducod ¬
duced a bill Il regulating reFtlot InJ the charges for forpower forpower I
power duc by I electrical power companies cmpale which whichuse whichUM whichuse
use State waters watel In generating genemtng such power powerYork powerglftor power8rvitnr
8rvitnr nowlngH flowlitigs prmlti1 pPrmittin thf the New NewYork NewYork
glftor
York city Bonrtl onrd of KKtimnte and Appor Apportionment Aptortlonnent ¬
tionment I to upend pnd 300000 0 a year llr in II iMtnli iMtnlilitlthR IJwblhll IIor IIortOlfnt toti totilktli9e
tOlfnt litlthR plnrKTOiimls plnInd Also I o levlnlne 11 I pl Ilfn Ilfnfor pun punfor n nfor
for lhll the tie sub 111 of Vow Sow York city ety bonds bOld In tie tlielntro tieIntprt lie lielnnrost
lntro t of HDiill Udders UddersHenntor hlddrsHennlorDooUnaR biddersHenator
Intprt Henntor HennlorDooUnaR Declines HIIII enabling ennhlna the tlc New N York Yorkllt ark orkcity arkelti
city llt Hosril IOTI or Education Juraton to contract with withstreet withstreet Thrnlroad
street railroad companies emlJnles for tho hi transpor transportation trapsportatoa trupeportetlon ¬
tation of rnlroad Hohool hool clilllrwn tll between tWIIn their homrij homrijand 10mI hones honesand
and tatoa fldiools lhols ul siichl ohl II e11 rains not to exceed exceedonehalf IxCed IxCedonthalr exceedonehalf
onehalf onthalr the th muni lul rate rlt < of fnre fnreSmiator rnr arc arcSenator
Senator 61rultor KUt JI Etshrgs Irls nts doflnlne dolnlna I the hr hI ditties dltps of ofmarshals ofml1hls ofmarshals
ml1hls marshals of the Now Su York Municipal Mnnllll Court CourtSenator ourtSenator
Senator luwklim pmpowerlnp pmpiwrrll the tle New NewYork NewYork e eYork
York Hntr city flonrd BOIn luwklul of Kstlmnt 1llllt ned nld Apportion Apportionment Apporton Apportonment ApportIonmont ¬
ment el to roop reo reopen < n 1 HIP III butli bllJt biitlet t for trk 11 yrar var llr And nndmake andflake
make mak apnroprlntlons for the thl inslntmianct 1IIIteIUIt of ofnlirht ofnJrht ofniwht
nlirht urn 111 anl recreation lehnoK lehnoKcity cHnl ernol ernolSenaor i
nJrht Senaor Marihnlls Oflton llthorl itiatborizinir I1 Nev fW York Yorkcty Yorkcity
city onor to spend llarhnU fMorx 0oK O through thrOu h the t1f ISIIIB qUI of ofhond ofhondB ofbonds
bonds cty for n monument In memory or tho thomartyrs thp tI tImnartrm
martyrs who prl pprllhrd hfd In the prison 11 ships In InVBW Inw liiNny
VBW War WarSenator VarSenator w York harbor during durinJ tho llivolutlonorr llivolutlonorrWar nOIUtOnan nOIUtOnanWar
Senator 8 nntor Carpenters Cupntcr providing prwhlni for n coin coinhilBsloner COl corninteshorier
hilBsloner lonrr or Jurors In Vt Wciestr i tct tcc eM tr r county countySenator onnt onntBnntor oirntySenator
Il Senator o KoloyB providing prolhll that tl t policemen policemenof pnlclpn pnlclpnof
Bnntor Iolos
of Manhattan Mllhlttn The Bronx Brnz and hlohnionrt hlohnionrtboroughi Uchlon Uchlonboroulhs fttehniondborough
boroulhs borough shall hlil bo bl 1h tried trlt > 1 1 hr Manhattan Mnnntan 111 bar bnrounh blr blroUlh barough
ounh oUlh and Ild of Ilrooklyn and Quscnu Qu enl lioroiifcrlm lioroiifcrlmIn bcrou h hIn
In Brooklyn borough borrnigliSenator I
Senator rookll Martins borolll prrnlttlnc wrnltlm additional additionalivllownnces Iddllonnl Iddllonnl110lnS addItionalallowances I
allowances to commldslonr cODmIRlcnrl In condemns rondnmnatton rOldllnn condemnstion
tton 110lnS proceedings prfdln 10 lnNew In New ew York ork city cityBonator eitrSenator Ih IhSnator 1
Senator Fltwjera FUp FLtReratIA rahiB d mnklnfr the New Xe York Yorkrounty Yotkeunt Yorkcounty
county eunt county Snator boundary bounlnT line 11 the jail Jai limits of tbo tbocounty tbocOlnty thecounty
cOlnty cOlnty8nltor Senator BrnoUctf rnOkftR dfftnlne lllnlnl the th powers of ofcorporation ofcorporatona ofcorporations
corporation corporatona 8nltor formed formld to buy 11 voli olt l fOtr or silver silverbullion silverbullIon 1Ir 1Irhulon
hulon bullion or foreign coins coinsFJIhu colnFJlhu coinRithu
FJIhu Root ltmehrt With lh Coy Go Udell UdellALDANT Udel fidrulAiuANT
ALBANY March Marh 17 1llhn 17Bliliti KIllui Root arrived arrivedicrn arrivedherl arrivedhere
herl here icrn from frm New York 1lrk > esterday aftomoen aftornonnt i iit
nt it 4 oclock orlook en CQ the name Mmt train with wil cloy Oovdcll cloyOdeli
Odeli dcll Ho came to argue arjuo a case CM in the IheCourt theCourt
Odel I Icalondar
Court of APpel Appeals which M en tda s scalendar
calendar but wh which ch wa was not rlRched reached 13 a alie
he 10 remained tmalned over ui 1 tl tcmrrrow tctrrrnw To Tolay Tcday Today I
day Mr R Root < > ot was WI enteriained tnt4rinined at allunchen allunchenat luncheon luncheonit
at it the Executive Exeutive Mansion br Ocv OC Odell
I y LiE SIXKS SIiKf CAR R FLOAT FLOATVrtltM FIOiT FIOiTI FIOiTFelb LO4TFreight
Freight Felb Mr cr Spilled 8pl d Inothr Into The te Day Ott OI Of Rob Hanbtnf Robbtn RobbIns
bIns btn Reef ReefThe lef leffhe MeetThe
The French liner lner La Bretagne Dragne which whlclsailed whichele whichsailed
sailed ele yesterday yeterdar morning for Havre found fountthe foundthe foundthe
the Baltimore Bltimore and Ohio tug Narragansett Narragansettladen Narraganet
laden with wlh freight cars oT in her h r course courl ii iitho In Intho inthe
tho channel ch nnel off of of Robblns Reef lighthouse lighthouseThe Ighthoi6e Ighthoi6eTbe
The floats were bound from Jersey City Ciy t tSouth to toSouth toSouth <
South Brooklyn ono on on either side of thi thitug the thetug thetug
tug tugTha 0
The liner lner was In charge of a Sandy Sdy nook Hoolpilot nookpilot hookpilot
pilot A strong ebb tide tde probabably made madit madeIt
it difficult for him to calculate calouiatetie the speed spe o othe of ofthe ofthe
the Brotagne The tow was W8 too to unhand unhandto unhndy unhndyto unhandy unhandyto
to permit tho Narraganaettu Narrlganett skipper to d dmuch do domuoh domuch <
much In the way wa of dodging doging and La Bre Bretagno Bretgne Bretagno
tgne tagno was forced to go astern in the t e hope o oclearing of ofclering ofclearing
clearing clering the tow She Ihe was BO 8 close ol0e opoarc opoarcthe aPard aPardthe aboard aboardthe
the float fot on the tie port side of tho tug that thait thatIt thatit
it was WI Impossible ImpPllllo to avoid a collision collisionThe colsion colsionTne collisIonThe
The liners InerR stem sliced slced through thoug the por porside port portside portside
side of the float flot abaft amidships amldahlpsld and 1m 1mmotilftlely Immitatly Insm8dtately
motilftlely mitatly after the steamship IItemBhip gathered gatheredsternway gthere gatheredsternway
sternway and backed backe out of the rent rentthrough fet fetthrough rentthrough
through which tons of water poured The Thefloat Thetot Thefloat
float tot tilted tit and spilled Bpied several 1frnl war potre pars Qrs Into the thotho thebay thebay
bay Some or them were lght light and after aftertho afterthe
tho trucks tfoks had dropped drop off o they floated floatedOthers foted fotedOtber floatedOthers
Others Otber filled flle with machinery mhiner anchored on ontho ontho onthe
tho bottom bottomThe botom botomThe bottomThe
The Narragansett NaagnJtt set her whistle screech screeching areh arehIng screechin
ing in Help help help I and a fleet fe of tugs tugsand tugsand tugsand
and other steam Bte craft craf headed beade an for thp tbl th floats floatsThe 10ats 10atsThe floatsThe
The tug cast ct off ol her lines lne from the damaged damagedfloat damagedfloat
float toat after a vain effort erort to tow to her damag to shoal shoalwater Ihol Iholwater shoalwater
water The he steamship stelhlp Bremen bound out outand outand outand
and tho ferryboat ferrybt Middletown on her way wayfrom wayfrom wayfrom
from St George Gerge to Whitehall Whiehl street stret stood stoodby sloo slooby stoodby
by Two boats btt were lowered lowere from the theBreUigne theBretage theBretagne
BreUigne Bretage but when they reached reehf thetug thetugtho the thetugthe tug tugthl
the thl damaged daTKed float fot had h d sunk only the top topof topof topof
of her shed aO being visible Nobody Noby was wasaboard wasabrd wasaboard
aboard abrd when nh shf she went welt down downOfficers downOflers downOfficers
Officers Oflers in one of tho boats examined examine the theliners thelners theliners
liners lners bow and found that there was only onlya
a proceeded proceededVTEIDEXFELD prooe prooef proceededlXIDEXPELD little ltle paint pint scraped srpe off or La L BreUgne Bretage then thenproceeded thn thnprooe thenproceeded
VTEIDEXFELD f 1 DE FEID LOSES 4C4V 4C4Van OM OMOn
On fits ia Appeal Ppl1 Ills 11 Northern Pacific Salt SaltIf 80UII SaltIi
II QunhedCopies Quashed qUllhedCoplls QuashedCopies
Copies of the decision declon of the United Unit States StatesCircuit Stte StatesCircuit
Circuit Court of o Appeals Appeal In the case ca of ofCarolina ofCnmlJe ofCamlls
Carolina CnmlJe Camlls Weldenfeld against the Northern NorthernPaolDo Norther NorthernPaciflo
PaolDo Palfo Railway Riay Company reached reache this thiscity Ils thiscity i icity
city yesterday Yfsteray The opinion was wa reached reachedby rahed rahedby reachedby
by Circuit Judges Judgt Sanborn Snbor and Van Vl Va De Devanter D Doventer
vanter and District Distrit Judge Jldgo Hook Judge JudgeHook Judgehook
Hook wrote the opinion opinionThe opinio opinionThe
The Te case ce was 18 known as one of the Peter PeterPower PoterPover PeterPower
Power suits The Te original origlnal8ult suit was WI brought broughtIn
In the name of Peter Power the alleged allegedholder alege allegedholder
holder of 100 10 shares Iharl of the common comon stock stockof sook sookof stockof
of the Northern Norther Pacific PaI Railway Hlway Proofs Proofstaken Ps Pstatlen Proofsalien
taken by the defendant deendant company compny showed showedthat flhowedHlat showedthat
that Power never owned owe any Northern NorthernPaclflo NorthernPaiio NorthernPaciflo
Paclflo Paiio stock Ik and had no interest Intert whatever whateverin whtever whteverIn
in the In his
matters mters alleged alege complaint complaintLater complaintLter complaintLater
Later Camllle Weldenfeld filed inter intervening interveimlng
Lter Cmie Weldeeld fe an a iter itervening ¬
vening petition petiton in which he sot up the tie same samegeneral Ime Imegeneral aamegeneral
general of action that
cause caus as alleged allegedby aleged alegedby
by Power The Te petition ptiton was dismissed dlml8ed by bythe bythe bythe
the Circuit Clreul Court of the District of Minne Minnesota ¬
sota sta Weldenfeld Weldeneld appealed appalP and this thlllppel appeal
has las now been b dismissed dismissedThe dI8ml8ed dI8ml8edTle dismissedThe
The Tle opinion opiion emphasizes empba lzs the fact fat that thatever thatIVN thatevery
ever IVN every certificate certifcate of the preferred prfer stock stockbore Itok ItokbrQ stockbore
bore brQ on o its It II faco the condition that tt It might
be retired retir at the te discretion disretion of the holders holdersof hold6
of the common Even though tills 11s notice noticehad notce notceha noticehad
had ha not l hon been > cen given glvtnh the court curt holds that thatthere thatther thatthere
there ther was WI legal lel81 right right t under unde the laws of ofWisconsin ofWiscnsin ofWisconsin
Wisconsin Wiscnsin to foroe fOf rg the retirement retirementWeldenfeld retiremet retiremetWeidencld retirementWeidenfeld
Weldenfeld Weidencld the te court says had no war warrant warrant warrant ¬
cour
rant to take upon himself litigation ltgton on onbehalf onbal onbehalf
behalf bal of the preferred stockholders tokholders in inasmuch I inasmtch ¬
asmuch asmloh as he based D preJ i his standing tadlng in I court courton courton
on tire tre fact fat that he was a holder of 100 10 shares sharesof cou
of common comon stock stck As a holder of the te sarell sarellof com common cm cmmon cornmon ¬
mon stock tok all al his Ill right rlght wore adequately adequatelyprotected adrttely adrttelyprotecto adequatelyprotectod
protected protecto i he didnt have la vo to take tlle hla allot allotment alot allotmeat ¬
ment of the common stock stok Issued 18uO in place placeof ploof placeof
of life tle retired rtired preforred prefor stock stool If ha didnt didntIon didntwant didntwant
want to The court concurred In to the opln oplnIon opinion
Ion of the Circuit Ciruit cu Court ooncure ur that the Northern NorthernSecurities Nortbomuritff NorthernSecurities
Securities uritff Company Cmpn should Ihould have ha1 been beenmado ben benmde beenmade
made mde a party Plty to t the suit suitAXTIPOIAQ lult lultAIIPlJIOAI suitt
AXTIPOIAQ AIIPlJIOAI t NflPOLIOAMI AM AMENIWUXT AMENIWUXTlie AlEIIUKT AlEIIUKTTll
Tll The lie LmUrs LlUr Prepare Itrtpre One On In Four Sections Sectionsfor eltlOPf eelInsfor
for tonzresx onlrlSf to Consider ConsiderThe ConllderTh
The Th Interdenominational Intrdncmin tlon 1 Council Conncl of ofVarhsn ofWormt t tW0Tfl2n
Varhsn Wormt has prepared prepafd a foursectioned foursectionedntlpol toursotioned toursotionedantpolgIIY foursectionedantipolygawy
antpolgIIY antipolygawy ntlpol > gat y amendment to the thl Federal Federalrestitution Ftderl FtderlJnltutonIt FederalYnstituion
< restitution JnltutonIt It provides that polygamy polygamyhall plygamy plygamyshnl
shnl shah hall not exist txl wHiln wi hln thi th United Unlt1 S Statfl Statflor States Statesor In ten tenr
or r any an place plo suhjfui luhj ul to their jurisdiction jurisdictioniat jurildictiol jurildictiolat
that iat at polygamy polygarypraotl proofs tl rhhin hin the bounds boundsif Uund6 Uund6of
United State of their T rrl rrlorits ri ritorlfs
of if tho Unltl Stltr or any 11 rn rntorits
orits shall hal bo b trcuttd trcuttd us tS a crime > against againsthsir agalnlt agalnltth againsttheir
their th lr pjac3 p aOJ and dignity that tlt no pjrson pjrsonhall pml p3onshall n nshal
hall shal held office ofce of honor or emolument emolumentinder emolumcntunder ornoluuwntunder
under State Territorial T or r Federal Jcdcral Gov Govrnnvnt Govrnmlt aovernmAnt
rnnvnt rnmlt or nhsll fh 1 b permitted p lmlh to vote Vltt at atny atIny atany
who shall bu found guilty gmilitypolygamy et
Iny any ny tbctlon beton 8hl tl guity i iuf
I1Itam polygamy hut Congr ngr f as may uy a ate otef ateof I
uf f twothirds of each aon Inusj h uSJ remove r emo finch fincheligibility Blch suchciiitbility
eligibility In any specific IIp cltc oaR DfP > and that thatConnrfKB thatCnr11 thatConrrcss
dliblt
ConnrfKB shall hl have power powerto wlr to i nTcroa n orc this thisprovisions thUBprov1lons tiits3provisions I
Cnr11 prov1lons provisions by appropriate npllrOrate approi > rlate lfii ipidU4lcn ipidU4lcnCpk rIMtln rIMtlnCopll Uticn UticnCoplfs
Coplfs cf this tlll propossd pro 8d am nJment nJmelt with witha
a pMtion attached atached arc to in I i < scattered scatteredbroadcast Ittrd Ittrdbroadrt scatteredbroadcast
broadcast > over the th country with wih lie Ih re request 11 11que tequest ¬
que quest lt that the recipients get as af many oicna oicnalurrs Illna Illnaturs sinaitres
turs lurrs itres as possible polsibb reclrIlta lo I the th petition pUton and then ihcnforward thenforard tlwnforward
forard forward It to their thel Cormiers toato1 at Washington WashingtonAt WQRhlngtm WQRhlngtmAt
At the close of the Itecd Ield Bmoot wise wisetho CSt casethe
the Interdenominational Interelprlntonal Council Counci of Women Viomtnbacked Wontn Wontnbcke Womenbacked
backed up by th the W V C T 1 U Is going to tolirge tolirc tourge
bcke urge upon I the Senate B nate tho patwaga of this thisf t thisanhipoiygiirny hil hilantlpolgamr
lirc antlpolgamr upn t1e amfndmrnt nmcndmrut pgd IrnsJ lrrcepotive lrrcepotivecif otve otvef
case cif f the committees finding fnding In the th Smoct Smoetcae timoctcase
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previous successes successesWith successesWi
With Wi frontispiece rtproducing rrpro ucing colors of orfg orfginal orl or orfaa
inal faa painting by 6 F C Yon Y n and anti eight illtts illttsiralons masfrdons 0 0iaons
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ALL UI LITHOtiltAPHIXG LITIWGlPllCi STOPPED STOPPEDThe
The T t 1OOOO 100 Workers AntClpt Anticipate u 1 Lockout loclioittWith IoelioutWih LockoutWith
With Wih a Strike Sillk Strlke2O 2BOO OO nut ut Here HereTho Itrt ItrtTetgl tIerrho
Tho Tetgl fight between betwen the lithographers lithographersunions lihographers lihographersunions lithographersunions
unions and their employers began in cainest cainestyesterday 11 aiiiestyesterday nest nestyellterdlY
yesterday yellterdlY The Tt walking delegates Iegats of the thomany themany he hemany
many branches urmcll1 of the union visited 18Ied the theshops thf thfhop tImshops
shops hop early In the daywith day wit the result reul that thattho thattho thattho
tho lookout was WIS anticipated antcipated by a general generalstrike gerleralItrlke gefleralstrike
strike Itrlke The le employers say that fiftylive fiftylivemen ft O Omen
men signed the arbitration arbiraton agreement agreementand agrfemlnt agrfemlntfnd agicementnd
and fnd nd stayed stare at vork ork According Acording to tho thounion tho11lon ho honylon
union 11lon only sixteen lxtll signed signedA
A A Beverly Bnerly Smith manager mlnglr of the t ht Employ Employing EmploInK Employtag ¬
InK Lithographer Association lclatlon East Est said saidyesterday Midesterda 8011yesterday
yesterday esterda afternoon atfron attern on that In II only one ole shop shopwas 110 110Vi lIOJ lIOJwas
was the tll strike order disobeyed < He le would wouldnot wouldnot oull
not Vi ram the tue shop shopAccording shopAordlnG shopAccordIng
According AordlnG to the employers ImploCII nbout ubcut 1200 1200men I 200 200men
the strike strikeThey strike strikeThey
men mtn are Involved locally 1001 In
strke strkeThlY
They ThlY do lo not know knO how many tlny mann arq an involved involvedIn
In other cities ctrs The le only elly city ar heard h111 from fromwas froma9 fromwas
was a9 RocJicMcn RocJicMcnWllllnm Hhc BocJbe8tcrWilliam tcr tcrWlllm
Wllllnm Wlllm F J Long ng prfsldejit IrfRldCpt of tie Now Xowing N01 Nowark
York ark UthOral1heIii Uron Urion who hu I Is mnrug mnrugInR rnaniging
ing tho th Ltholral1hll ntrtko tTko hero her wild fld that the tht tkup tkupwas ttp ttpI tteiipwas
was I complete complell In I < rtly Ily I ily tviy lH1 r el < lty In lie liecountry 11 e ecunt ecountry
country cunt Abcul bclt 25W o men mel aro Iro am affected affectedin Ileotcd IleotcdIn
in this city nnd Iml at t least II t 10000 100 throughout throughoutthb trugholt trugholttlb
the tlb cowtry cOlrtr cty he hI said l Aewcli AeIIrdl Arecrdlg to Long Ix5nctho ln lnt1o Longthe
the OCP Gc Lithographic Llthcrapllr Company Ccmlny of Ci CII CIIrago i irago Icago
rago t1o ban IQ left lef iVo employers Cmlllort association associationTlie wsioeinticuand odnt Icn Icnand
and repudltrd repudIated tl thu nrblllalou arbitration utrment utrmentTbe agrenmeal agrenmealThe
The employers emplorer expect Ict the men to return rotuinby rptll returnby
by degrees and sign sig the arbitration ahltrtcn agree agreemnnt ir igreenuunt
mnnt mnt Individually Indhldulv The foot rlt Umf tla thoy thoyhave thoyha theyhae
have ha struck will wi bo 0 no bar hlr to theIr tclr re recmployruent re reemployment
employment cDployment In 1 this thll way ar
I LOV1XG VIP JlI FOR on W J 1 QUIS QUISPresented aUIV aUIVPrelnted QUIVPreirtitemi
Presented Prelnted by b lie he Ucuchter Dallhters of the tf timefederaciTImeir Co Cofe
fe ftltraerTtllr federaciTImeir < ler e > TliMr nee Rerepi pllon pllonA tol toe toeA
A reeptlon relpton was wal given 1en yesterday after afternoon ait aft r rnoon rnoon ¬
noon at the lie Hotel Empire JJpire Broadway Eradway and andSixtythird Ind IndHlxtythlrd andSixtyhird
Sixtythird street stret under uuderthe the auspices al plCII of ofthe oflie f fthe
the lie New York Chapter Iapl r United Unied Daughters Inughterof UUKhter
of tho Confederacy Confeeny and was wa > Inigilr IIBI at attendwl Atttndel attended
tended ttndel At least SCO 0 wore W l present Met Mcutof Mastof J Jof
of the femlnilo femInine callers calot were resplendent resplendentIn re pleDent pleDentIn
In spring fprll finery fnery Thu drawing crwln rooms roomswere roomswero roomswere
were trimmed trimmN with red rr and while 1hle flower flowertho Rowenth 0 0the
the th colors of th tl tIme Confederacy Conrrfrac ConrrfracMr 0 0Mrs
Mrs Mr James JamO Henry Parker pK pcIdont jdont lcfmt of ofI ofthe
I I the society lct WI wa vn assisted in rnelviup rleiilug pt by byton
Mrs Jullud Juilhisrd1 It its I fOllder fouundor Mrs J n 1 Br BrMrK Ban Banton
ton Mr MrK trs H WColenunMr Vi Colernan 0Iemau1Jr rs W Y U Martin MartinMr Mrtn MrtnIrl MartinMrs
Mr Irl J Crawford Mrs Mrl W W Child hikii Mr MrIe MrIA Mrs MrsIM
Ie IA Roy no Brown lrI Mrs M L I Urodnnx CIdnlx They Theyall The Theyall i
all 81 wore corsage boiifu bOIIH bouqitIs > ln of o red re < t nail nnilwhte nnilwhteflocr whit whltflowers I Iflowers
flowers flocr and tarried arlto hunches lunchE of If f these tes M Mdid f aslil 111
did most of tho ho guests KiiostsThere guestsThere ntstl
I There Thp watt waf muMp mul most of the afternoon afternoonAn artproon j jn
An n Incident Inident of tho th ooraiion oMn lon was wal tho pre preMitotlcn pros prosI r rI
I Mitotlcn ltnt1 by II Mrs Mrl Parker ijrlcr cu el behalf of or tl tlNew the theNew
New = ew York ork Chanter of a I silver 11er loving 1nR cup oupto cupto
I to Wllllnm Wilam Jolmorn Jolmfr I Quinn proprietor prp ittor if oflie ifthe f ftho
the lie Empire I mro Hrtel Hrtelall HrtelI HrtelIsiI I t
all I I for Reputed RllUltd fount Illt eliot lie Nnnllle NnnllleMabel rlllle rlllleMahel ciuiItr ciuiItrMabel
Mabel F Ierret hai ha begun begln an In atlon in intho InI inthe
the I ho Supreme Court for n Reparation lePlraton from fromVaurice from1aurice
Vaurice Maurie H Perrct Peret said to be b known knw u utha asthe k4
tha Count ount do Kcuvllle Neuvile whom hor she le married marriedfour marriedfour I
mare
j four fOlr years rer eaN ago He le WUH IU im arrested are led yestrdsy yestrdsyon Tsr trd trdI rd y yon
on a civil dvl process preqs and went to Liidlow Lud o Street BtiretJail Brt StreetJail
Jail Jol Ho lD Is said sid to have hve been ben a Leutenant Leutenantin
I in h the French Jrnt Fren h Army Arm and to hay hats avallegatee avallegateehUtory vllreate 0 0history
history Waldorf Ho met his present prtt wife Ife at th thWaldorf the theWaldorf I IWaldorf
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