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A L Hrporter Kqurezlnx l Into Int IntoClinlon Clinton Hall Hallrinds II HftFIndS all allFinds
Finds Out What hat Theyre Up To ToNo ToNo1ldfnre ToNoIIdneo No Noildrnrc
ildrnrc > of Harsh Treatment Trtanl t Found FoundI ound oundr
i r at I Factory whIch They Complain of ofTake ofTako
0 Take 40000 young persons nearly all allCtrl alljirl allrl
Ctrl rl between the ngea ag of 14 and 20 and andr andrhange andrhange
r rhange them in a day from workers workersconfined workersl workertnnflited I
confined l nllnffi to shops from R oclock oclo k tn n the themorning themorning themorning
morning until 6 in the afternoon into intofolk IntoI intofk
I folk of lfleillure leisure and an effect will be beproduced beproduced beprodued
produced upon a community even so large largeand largeBnd largeend
and congested conge ttd as that of Manhattans Manhattanstoirntown ManhattansoW11townEMt ManbattansoTntovn
toirntown oW11townEMt East Side It ia 1 that which whichmakes whichm whichmakee
makes m kt8 to the unconcerned unconcern observer the thomost theMo themost
most Mo t intfrosting phase of the strike of ofithirtwalit ofblrtwalt ofhrtwait
ithirtwalit makers You cannot hide them themunder themmd themrndr
under md r a bushel not even In the seven sevenroomy IOvenroomy sevenroomy
roomy floors of Clinton Hall the swarm awarmmK swarmjn swarmIng
mK jn headquarters of this thlllitrikes thlsetrlkosaotivLtle thlsetrlkosaotivLtleThat strikes activities activitiesThat I
That whole neighborhood of the East EastSide EastSide EastSide
Side i largely Is affected in it Its social aspect aspectbv
bv this unwonted leisure class of 40000 40000all toOOOail ooooall
all in bqliday hqJidayattlre attire all excitedly gossiping gossipingMutinR gOlllllplnltvuitjngllhopplnlt gossipingvtitingshopp1ng
MutinR vuitjngllhopplnlt shopping But the centre of the thecent thentre theentreremains
cent entreremains ntre re remains Clinton Hall a building of ofconsiderable ofcln ofcrrnaiderable
> considerable cln iderable architectural pretensions pretensionswith
f with its It ttaseven seven stories storiesand and roof garden its itsattractive It Itsattractive II IIIIttractive
attractive facade of Harvard brick and andjranite andjfanite andgranite
granite columns Oh O every floor the thaPtnkers tbeFtriktrlllIWarm thepirikers
Ptnkers FtriktrlllIWarm swarm in such lIuchnum number that the theancient theauc theanciAntwhiskered
ancient auc pntwhlskered whiskered Hebrews wth pedlers pedlerstrays pedlerstfYS pedieretrays
trays suspended d from ft m their shoulders shouldersmake IhuJdersmake sh9uldersmake
make Blow Iowwork work of it as II they solemnly solemnlyi lIolemnlylrclIlatlolTerlng solemnlyjrciilateofforlng
i irculatpolTering their pretzels and small smallnppes IImallpplt smallI
nppes nppesOn I pplt ppltOn pplesOn
On the ground floor oor of the building la lai
i Inbhy lobiI of f considerable width running runningn
n > two sides III des of a central room occupied occupiedby
by pool tables In this blslobby lobby is estabished estabishedthr
thr th bureau of information for strikers strikersI IItrikersThill strikersThis
This I his and Indeed nearly all of the depart departinrnM departIDfnh departitwnts
inrnM and bureaus having to do with withilio withIh
4 ilio Ih conduct of the strike are in charge of ofr ofllrs ofMra3Y
r SireWalter Mra3Y llrs lt lter r Weyl of ofthe tho Women Trades TradesUnion Tr TradeUnion de deUnlon
Union league l a tue who Is I assisted by about aboutH
H dwen d > 7tn English speaking women mem memr memt111 momIrs
r Irs rs of that league among tham Miss MissMnrot 111118Ilrnt MissIarnt
Mnrot who recently complained to Com CominU Comtnl Cornnl4ner
tnl inU nl4ner ioner Baker of the conduct of the thepolice theJ thepnlie
police J < Ilice in relation to the thelltHke strike and Mrs lIrsRnFO Mrsrt
jl RnFO rt o Pastor > alitor Stokes wife of J JG 1 Q Phelps PhelpaVokns PhelpeSkns PhelpsSkre
Vokns Skns311Mtof Skre3Twlt VoknsMnitt
Mnitt 311Mtof of the young women in chatgo ch tlte of ofih ofth
4 S ih ih4intormationhureausppear information bureau appear tobeEng tobeEngH to be Eng Boglh
H lh 1 h Kpeaking women Wom aided I ded by interpreters interpreterswh
wh ho pp peak < > ak Yiddish and Italian Some Somecif
cif I r them th nI enroll newmembors of f the unionAt union
At th the rate of from 1000 to 1500 1 a day dayothers dayIHhpN daythar4
others Inform eager inquirers a all to tollhope tollhopehlrh shops shopswhich shopsvhieh
which han signed It was said yeter yeterlar
< lar that 127shopaemploying 127 hops er employing 10000striker 10000strikerhad 10000 strIker etrikerhad
had signed on agreement boween them themPM tbemIMI themkIv
kIv PM IMI mid the tluunion tluunionOn union unionin unl n nOil
Oil in the th floor above In the main hall halltome hallI halltom
tome I < ornof of Mrs W Weyles ylell ies assistants aided aidedhy
hy h strikers sttlkerewero were organizing picket gangs gangstol gangsnon
tol 10 B ih that t non of the tM1I1 thetiikers strikers lkers scabbed scabbedli scabbedwIn
wIn li n I n itroop troop of pickets was not n t being beingdrilled beingclrilkct beingdriited
drilled und lindlnltructet Instructed tho stage would wouldhe woulddpleod
he b occupied dpleod by y orators Oratory seems seemsto mil
to coin coi cotit4flatuiaIly naturally to toth totheaoyoung thena young women womenwho womenwho womenwho
who speak spe sej1ddah k JYIddtsh Many of the girls girlsnr
nr aM jgrxjd ft godooking looking lo klng They Theyem pan talk talkoh talkohIheyci oh ohtheyicah
theyicah 100 > 1 can talk talk1from from the moment the themaster theInlllltflr themaste
master of t ceremonies permits them to tomount toIIIOun tornount
mount IIIOun the stage lt g until the urgenoy of ofinqthsr ofmot ofrnothrpromptathemaater
inqthsr mot rnothrpromptathemaater r7 prompU rompthemlUJter the master to cut them themofffn themrrf thetatrIn
offfn rrf their eloquence eloquenceYou 111oquencYou
You mount from tthat t tht t floor slowly slowlythrough 1I101lyIhrough sIoiythrough
through the shifting 1 lftiK crowds on the thestairway thetlairway thestairway
stairway peat hurpaus us of relief and andother andothtor andother
other JJvteipns 06the tlho movement up upto upo
to 0 tbenflh tbe fnb IlvoKntnetpvMrs J1Go iIi 1rs Weyle sits sitsat
at a 1 dpftK d dflIcting lroctinK what hat evems ms to t bo beort o oa
a 1 nortN lO ort of f headquarters heldqu rte division She SheM Sheto Shetalethenattor
M > mXto to take ta talethenattor e the matter rmich more moreKjtAtsly moreredti1y
KjtAtsly 0 81y than the many thousands thous ds of ofwomen ofn ofw2in
women w2in n who holook look to her for direction directionand dltOCtionumlnronnaUon
and information umlnronnaUonWe informationrVe InformationWe
rVe We have taken charge of the situation situationMre
Mre she said to a reporter because becausei becauseiho e eIbo
Ibo i ho whole affair was in such utter con contusion conClislof penfusion ¬
fusion neither n lther headway nor understand understanding underst nd ndlni ¬
ing was wa ap088lbl possible A great at many mAnfahope mAnfahopenle shops shopshave shopsh
have h signed and we b t believe > lieve tint many manymore mnymorn manymore
more morn will ll1l1lgn sign within wltJ o a few day daysWhat dayWbnt dayThat
What is It the strikers want in inquired Inquired inquired ¬
quired a reporter which the employers employersrefuse employersrefils employersrefuse
refuse to grant grantHere gninUo gninUoHere grnt7ifere
Here said saldlllrs Mrs Weyle 9 is acopy acopyn a copy copyIftbe copydihe
n Iftbe the memorandum of agreement which whichwe whichaak
we ask the theemployora employers t to sign Now Nowyou Nowyou Nowyou
you read the third paragraph and then thenI
I will explain what is involved therein thereinWhat thereinWhat thereinWhat
What the reporter read follows
It It L t iinJernooJ and agreed alfr eed that the thewage theIe thewsge4
wage Ie piiii for th the work to ha performed performedthe
It the union and it Its members shall be bariiij beiiid
riiij 111 < to tb tbsll1embera the members directly and Individu Individuals ¬
als IH bv according to the amount of work that thatMh thatJIjfh thateah
Mh Individual member shall do doand and that thatand tbn8lld thatsitd
and piy P1 hall bo bopsld > paid to said members membersor
or the Mid 11 < l union once In eUctTirnek eiteh Mk and andevery andeff andevery
every eff neek neekThat tleelTh1t eek eekThat
That section I Mrs Weyle explained explainedis
is designed d si ned to cure what is known as asID asinside 8 8IDAide
ID inside side sweating That is a man oper operator operator oporalor ¬
ator will 1 himself hire d number of young youngwho youngIt young41r15
It 41r15 rlB who must look to him for their theirpay theirpay theIry
pay y He brings them into the shop and andsweats andwfOatll andweats
sweats the work out to them drawing drawingfrom drawingCrom drawingfrom
from the tli > employer the pay for all the thepiecework thepiecework theptecework
piecework done and paying his workers workerssuch wcrkerasuch
4 such terms as be can get them to work workfor workfor workfor I
for i
forThe The next section as Mrs Weyle de designed deIlgnfd ¬ I
signed it Is designed to secure for the themembers tbemJmherll themembers I
members of the union a pro rata amount amountof I
of work during dull seasons rather than thanfull thanrul thanfull
full rul amount of work for some Ime and the thedischarge th thediecharge
discharge dibrg of others The Te essential essentialpoint ental entalpoint essentialpoInt
point is stated sttd in the agreement agrment in this thislanguage thll thisIanguae i
language languageIt Lnguge LngugeIt l lIt
It Is I understood underlltoo that in the event that thatthere tht thtthre thatthere
there nil 11 not be b sufficient work for all a1 of ofthe otthe ofthe
the members membrll of < be beunonemplor hounonempto3et unlon mplored by b the theemployers temployer theI I
employers mployer that In itself Hsel in i not sufficient sufficienterounrt eurclent eurclentl aufficlentrrnund I
l erounrt rounr for the discharge dlcl rle of any member memberAnd membr membrnd
And nd that the work shall lhl be b divided divde among amongth
th members member of the union unon employed employe by bythe byIh bythe
the Ih employers equally equaly or as a near equally eqully ss sspo 8 ispoetble
po polble polbleTbo Mble MbleTho
The question queston of wages I II is n net t mentioned mentionedin mentoned mentonedIn I
in this memorandum toru of agreement agreementThe agrm nt nthe
The he work done dne by the strikers is nearly nearlyall
all 11 i paid paldfc paidto for by the piece piec and as a the char character chlr chlraer charaCtcr ¬
acter aer and an quality qulty of the goods go manu manufactured mlnu mlnurlctur manufactured ¬
factured rlctur in some sme measure mellUr determine determinethe
th the piece piec price pric that tht question is left for fornettlement forttleent forttleznent
nettlement ttleent in each shop The only other otherimportant otherimprat otherImportant
important imprat point for which whic the titrilkera Itrlkers ItrlkersI titrilkeraii
ii I lire r A holding pint out concerns concr the bourn hou ofwJfk of ofwork ofWcjrk
work The strikers Itrker demand demad that fifty fiftytwo ffy ffytwo fIftytw
two tw hours hour shall Ih1 conbtltute cnttltute one weeks weekswork weLs weLsork weckwork
work ork from 8 to 6 oclock oclok on the first frlt five fivedays fve fvedy livedays
days dy of the week wek with one hour for lunchand luncharid lunch lunchand
and from 8 to 4 oclock on 01 the sixth day daywith da dawitb daywith
with one hour for lunch lunchIn
In the streets IItrets outside outide headquarters headquartersyoung headquartesrounp
feathered hats hatitGathered hatsgathered
young women in furs and hall
rounp Gathered cathered in groups yesterday ye Each Eacharoup Ech Echroup Eachzroup
aroup developed goup an orator Passersby Passersbyitopped Palrsby Palrsbytopp Passersby4toppfsi
itopped develop to listen Iltn with wih solemn elemn nods nos of ofapproval ofapproval ofipprovai
approval topp A woman seated on the stone Htonexteps stoneotP stonetepo
xteps of a tenement herself and her
4 1 otP In shawls listened listenedwith listenedwith
minting baby wrapped wrp IhWII Isteneod Isteneodwitb
with eager interest Interst She Shoherself herself herl had been beenshop beeni beenI
1 I shop t8ser girl Irl not long ago The street streetweeper streetWfpr streetWeepr
weeper rested his broom and listened listenedthe lstene
Wfpr > the familiar rt Yiddish Pedlers Peler would wouldHiMiemble wouldt wouldssemhle
t i HiMiemble Kmble famiar from a nearby corner and ad the thettle thele theI
ttle le would until untilslow untilslow
I mass m8 meeting metnK grow grw unt
slow moving patient policeman plctan would wouldlome wouldtrme wouldnme
lome trme along alng movng and mutter muttr ptent wearily werly Gwan GwanHpoctat 0wanc wan wanH
c Hpoctat H SpeofatelTortenro t efforts ellortlar are to be made m o to picket picketthe
the shop oT d I B Hyman Hyan A Co C 138 12 With Withi l3lxthavenue
i venue 1 because mu the head hed of that tht firm firmi frm
i president of the employers aiuocia aiuociaon 1
on n Yesterday Y a reporter visited visit Uoa UoaY the thoHyman theUyman theIlyman
Hyman shop terdy which report is in a substantial substantialcommercial subtntal subtntalmmerca substantialcommercial
commercial building opposite Jefferson JeffersonMarket Jelrersonnlnrket JeffersonMarket
mmerca buiding oppsite
Market court The sale sale and ad wareroom wareroomnd waeroom waeroomnd wareroomscid
scid nd cur three floors floorsA
manufactory manoactor occupy opy tbr foors foorsAhme
e A Ahme member r of the firm f consented cnnto to show showhe showthe
he I e factorys f fst9rapyoiI s payroll JII book b as tfc t best bestA t tr
evidence evl evI nc nce concerning cotCrh1r he h wages sg ahlln shirt shirtwaist sbirtwaist ¬
waist makers miker received rive Most 101 of the theoperators tbeoprators theoperators
operators oprators are divided divide into three thr classes casses
by body makers tuckers tucker and ad trimmers cl
The Te reporter reprter opened the book bk haphazard haphazardand hpbaz
and ad came cme me upon upn opne a payroll payrol of body by makers makersthat makersthat makersthat
that Is operators oprators who run rn sewing sewingmachines Iwlngmcine sewingmachInes
machines mcine with electric elerlo power making
the body by of a shirtwaist slrwaet
Taking the first ten names nme the reporter reporterobserved reprter reporterobeerye
observed obre this as a to the figures fgur of wages wagesThe wageThe
The ThelowNt lowest earned erne by any body by wag maker mker
In a week wek was 8 Ito 940 0 tho theblghet highest 11110 11110The 1 V10 V10The 10 10The
The average for ten operators on that thatkind thatkind thatkind
kind of averag work was 11341 1349 tn orrtora It was discovered wudlaver weadiscoveredthat discoveredthat
that the the trimmers more skilled IIkle workers workersbut workersbut
but also operating opratng electrlo elero sewing sewingmachines sewingmachlne sewingmachines
machines machlne averaged for a week weektht weekthat that is isten IIIten isten
ten selected lelee averal by chance chanc averaged aver avoraedS17V0 avoraedS17V0the etG 1760 1760tho
the lowest weekly wekly wage being beig S1287 S1287the 11217 11217tbe 1267the
the highest highet VJOSO S The reporter rporter noted notedthat note notedthat
that whose further furtherdown rIb1down
one operator whO name was furar furardown
down 3720 3720A 2 In oprtor the list Il1t earned ered that tht same eOo week wek
A good workwoman workwomn w remarked rmarke the themanufacturer themnufacturer themanufacturer
manufacturer mnufacturer go who came cmf to the shop eho ehoat
sop sopat
at 8 oclock Instead lnt of at 830 8 who took tookhalf tookhal too toohalf
half hal an hour for lunch Instead Inllted of an hour hourand hou hourand
and who worked worke until unt 0 oclock oclk Instead Insteadof Intead Inteadof
of having hvl her hat and coat ct on at ffen ffennlnute fifteenminutes fifteen fifteenminutes
minutes nlnute to six sixSelecting elx airSelecting
under the class classof
Selecting Slecting ten operators cls
of tuckers tucke the weekly wekly wages were seen seento sn seento I
to run rn from t91l to S2 27 flNot 27Not
Not Not knowing knowinl whether it was a shop of ofaverage ofaverage ofaverage I
average conditions cnditon the reporter rprter reporterasked asked ake the theemployer theemployer I Iemployer
employer if I he h might Inspect Inlpt the work workroom workrm workroom ¬
room rm and was 1 cheerfully cheruly granted per permission pr permission ¬ I
mission to do BO B This 111 room rm was wa one onefloor onefoor onefloor
floor foor of the building buldinl 80 I by SO Ifet feet It Itwas Itwa itwas
was wa lighted lghte by twentyone largo lrgo windows windowsopening windowsopnng windowsopeningthe
opening openingthe the walls wall on three thr sides IIlde of the theshop tbeMOp theshop
opnng shop The pressed pr steel stel ceiling celng was wa high highand highand highand
and the floor foor was wa clean On the blank blankwall blan blankwall
wall wal side there ther had cen been bn partitioned parUUone off offor o offfor
for or the te womeh a dressing drlng room rm 10 feet feety fet fetby feetby
by > y 15 feet fet and next to the dressing dressingroom dring dringrm
room appliances appliancesWe rm were wer toilet toiet rooms fitted fte with wih modem modemappliances moern moernapplanc modemappliances
applanc We had no complaints from our opera operators o operaIcr ra rator ¬
tors tor Hyman < t Co explained expline Our Ourperatora Ouroprators Ouroperators
operators oprators > went out as we e understand understandIt
It t in sympathy Iympthy with other strikers strkers Then Thenhey Ten Tentbey Thenthey
hey brought brught us a memorandum memoranum of agree agreement agre agreemont ¬
ment to sign the first frst paragraph pragph of which whichengaged whic whichengaged
engaged us W to employ only members membrs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the union We had not only to turn trn over overur overour overour
our ur shop to the te union but had to see to toit toIt toLI
it that tht our employees emploYe uoon paid pid their teir union dues duesand duesan duesand
and did whatever whtver else els the union required requiredf ruire
an of > f members membrs to maintain mintin their good stand standng stadIng
inltl ng We declined delne to sign signA go lltld lltldinltl
A committee committe of twentyfive twentyfve members membersof mmbre mmbreof
of the Central Federated Feert Union began beganyesterday beganyetery beganyesterday
yesterday yetery to canvass canvl the closed cOe shops shopswhere shopwhere op opwhere
where womens waists are made and andreported andrepr andreported
reported at Clinton Clnton Hall lll in the me afternoon afternoonthat aftrnoon aftrnoontht afternoonthat
repr that tht its efforts had ha Induced Inuce six shops to tosign toIlg tosign
sign Ilg the agreement a m nt A committee committe op of the theCentral theCentral theCentral
Central Federated Feerate Union conducted cnuct a adelegation adelegaton adelegation
delegation delegaton of strikers to t City Hall ll yester yesterday yeter yeterday yesterday ¬
day where complaint complllt was wasmoe made to the theMayor theMayor theMayor
Mayor that thugs thl were dragging drgglnA women womenDickerU womenpicke womenpickets
pickets picke into I hallways hUway and boating boslnl them themThe themTe themThe
The Te Mayor promised prmll to consult cnsult with withCommissioner wih wihCmmlsloner withCommissioner
Cmmlsloner Commissioner Baker Ber on the matter matterThe mater materThe matterThe
The Manufacturers luacturs ManufacturersAseoclatl Association Alat n will wi de decide decde dedde ¬
cide cde at the tbelolTmalHouse Hoffman House today how howthe howthe howthe
the shop Ihol will wi be opened on the open shop shopplan shopplan hopplan
plan whether two opne or three tb at a a time or orill oral orall
ill al at once onC Lost Lt night nllbt the association associationissued aolatlon aolatlonIlue associationissued
Ilue issued a statement Riving the manufac manufacturers manufac manufacturers ¬
tlrers turers side of oftbe the strike lItrke After saying sayingthat saylnthat
that the strikers strker had no grievances eyng eyngthat and andstruck andIItruok an anstruck
struck ignorantly Il0ranty because ble grevanc they were wereorderedto wer wereorderedto
orderedto ordereto do d so the th statement llttement says saysReaardln saYIIRlndlnl saysRegarding
Regarding Rlndlnl the charge Cha1le that tht shops shol ire irenot arsnot irenot
not kept In sanitary Inlary condition condiion the asso association asoelaton assoelation ¬
elation elaton assert prt that this thl charge charle is I unfounded unfoundedThe unfoune
The bet sanitary lnlar conditions conlon prevail prevai In Intheir Intheir intheir
their shop IhoP the welfare welare of employees emplof Is Iscarefully I Ieareul iicarefully
carefully eareul guarded Iunde and the hour houo of em employment emploment employment ¬
ployment ami wages wa are fair and satisfac satisfactory Ratlfac Ratlfactory satisfactory ¬
tory The association aolaton Invites Invite any proper propercommittee propprcommitee propercommittee
committee commitee to Investigate ats the shops Ihops of mem memfters membrs membars
bars brs and an report to the association tbeleolaton Should Shouldhey Shouldthe Shouldthey
hey the find tnd Improper Impropr conditions conditone prevailing prevailingin
in any n shop the associationwill II 880 lat In wi see se to It Itthat Itthst itthat
that such Ilch conditions condiions are are Immediately Immeiately reme remedied rempdll remedied ¬
diedThe dll
The Tie following fololnlr notice notie will 1 be b posted posle in inthe Intbe inthe
the shops shol of membersof membrof the auoplatlont auoplatlontThis alolet auo istldni istldniThts DJ
This I Is aQ open ebop Employees EmploTees1 will willbe willbe
be b engaged enplt without wihout oppnljop regard rewai reg d whether to or ornot ornot ornot
not they belong belont to toany any labor lebr organization organizationA oraanlzaton oraanlzatonA
A meeting meetng of 5000 000 walstmakers walltkers will wl be beleld beheld beheM
held at North orth Twelfth Twelb and Arch Arh streets streetsPhiladelphia Itets ItetsPhilelpha streetsPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Philelpha on Saturday Stray to t vote on the thoquestion thequet9n thequesti
quet9n questi question n of a sympathetic lIympathetc strike strikeCOURT IItrke IItrkeCOrRT strikeCOURT
Had No o Part In Glover Murder 3lurderPoIlee 3lurderPoIleeStIll urderPotee urderPoteesui Police PoliceStill
Still sui nisme Sifter SifterBOSTON SIterB0TO SisterBesio
BOSTON B0TO Nov 29 gTwo Two days In a cell celllooeenod cl cellloosened
loosened loene the thetongue tongue of Toby Tobyt TobyLe Lo Blanc Blancbrotherinlaw Blancbroher Blancbrotherinlaw
broher brotherinlaw inlw of Clarence Clarnc F J Olover Oloverwho Gover Goverwho Olovorwho
who was wal murdered murdere at Waltham a week weekago wek wekagoS weekago
ago agoS Saturday uY night and today toy he heanswered heanwered haanswered
answered anwered all the questions qusto he refused refusedto rfUlle
to reply to O on Saturday rauray at the inquest inquestJudge InquestJudc inquestJudge
Judge Judc rply Lucequestioned Luc Luce qutone questioned him bl for more morethan morethn morethan
than thn an hour hourtblllaforo this thisafternoon afternoon and then thendischarged thendlchara thendischarged
discharged dlchara him Le L Blanc said sid he knew knewnothing klW klWnothing knewnothing
nothing of the murder murer of Olover Govr until untilthe untl untilthe
the day after arer His HIl landlady lnd ld bore out hU hUstatement hlIItsteent hisstatement
statement IItsteent that that be ie e was wa at home on the thenight tbenight thenight
night of the shooting shootingChief IIhootng IIhootngCief shootingChief
Chief Cief of Police Polc McKenna cKeDn and anc Inspector
McKenna McKenna asserted alerd their belief belor today todayin t < ay ayin
in the guilt gu1 of Hattie Le L Blanc Banc although althougha alhougb alhougba
a majority majot of the citizens citzn regard rgard the girl girlas
as innocent Iont of the crime orme of murder muer and a avictim avctm avicthm
victim vctm of o circumstances clrcumstnO if not of a plot plotChief plotCief plotChief
Chief Cief Mctfenna McKenn said saidFrom eld eldFrm saidFrotn
From Frm the beginning bgining I believed bHeved Hattie HattfeLe HattieL
Le Blanc BlnclIhot shot Glover As far as a I am amconcerned a amconcerned
concerned eOcrd L the th mystery mysterwhat mysterywhat what littlemys littlemystery lttemy littlemystory ¬
tory ter there ther was was01 waevas TIUH solved lust Tuesdaynight Tuesdaynight Tuesday uedaynight
night when the th police polc found Hattie Hatie Le LeBlanc U beBiano
Blanc in Mrs Glovers Govers house bou There is isnothing Isnothing isnothing
nothing to show a motive motve for a third thir per person pr pereon ¬
son in the crime crimeOlover crimeGover crimeQlover
10 Olover and his wife were together togetherin
tojher tojherin
in the Gover afternoon aferoon of the day dy of the mur murder mu murder ¬
der apparently enjoying each others otherscompany otherscopny otherscompany
company apprnty in an automobile automobie ride rie They Theyattended Theyattenaed he
attended aten copny ed the football footbl game gme There was wasno wal wasno
no evidence evidenc thus thU far presented preeent to us of ofany ofany
any estrangement atrngement between btween them themWhoever themWhoever
any Whoever Wbover reasons r80D that the dying state statemeat atte atteI statemeat
meat m t of Clover Gloer was W 8 correct oot in every ever detail detailand dei detailand
and was the true tre solution 101 ut on of o the crime crimeis cme cmef
is sure to be b right at the end The Te Th re reporters r toporters ¬
porters f porter have hve not placed plac enough enogh Import Importance Imp importance ¬
ance on the dying statement of the themurdered themuered themurdered
murdered man mn I attach attch great get import importance Importonc ¬
ance muered to it and it should be b first ft con considered CO considerd ¬
onc sidered IIlderd by 1y every ever one oe connected conneot with th thcrime thcrme tbcrirne
crimePOSED crme
POSED AS 4 15 YEARS OLD OLDYouth OD ODYouth 014DYouth
Youth or 31 Nearly Fool Fooll the Childrens ChildrensCourt Chldrrs ChldrrsCourt ChildrensCourt
Court for the Third Time TimeWilliam Tlne TlneWIlam TintsWilliam
William WIlam Reilly Reiy 15 years old of 271 271Weat 27 271West
Welt Twentyseventh street att was taken takento tken tkento
to the Children ChldrenlI Court Curt yesterday charged chargedwith charge chargedwith
with robbing Harry Har Keegan Kelan of 4S3 4 West WeatThirtieth WestThlrletb WestThirtieth
Thirtieth Thlrletb street IItret of 111 SI 11 I A short time later laterReilly laterReiy te1 te1Reilly
Reilly Reiy was taken as al Wllllnm Wilnm Flnley Flnle 21 21years 21YfOar t tyears
years old from the Childrens ChidrenlI Court Courtto
to Jefferson Jeeereon Market on the same charge chargeFonsome chargeolllome chargeIoesome
Fonsome olllome time William Wiiam insisted that he hewas hewa hewas
was wa only IS years old but under u er ques questions queHon questions ¬
tions Hon by Lieut Lieut Ward he broke down and andconfessed andconfees andconfessed
confessed that he was wa 21 In 1004 114 he said saidthat saidtbat saidthat
confees that h he was sent nt to the House of Refuge Itefugefrom Uefule Uefulefrom Refugefrom
from the Childrens Cbldrenl Court le He was wa dis discharged discharge diicharged ¬
charged from froi there In 1007 117 and since then thenthough thenthough thenthough
charge though twice arrested Irretd had passed pal himself himselfoff himsel
off ax only IS I and had been arraigned arraigne in inthe Inthe Inthe
01 the al Childrens Chidren oul1 Court both times tme If IfLieut I IfLiout
Lieut Ward had not recognized reco nl71 him he hewould hewould hewould
would probably probbly have hve succeeded in being beingarraigned beln belnarrhtned beingarraigned
arraigned arrhtned for the third time tme in the Chil Childrens Cbl Childrens ¬
drens Court yesterday yesterdayAt yetrny yetrnyAt yesterdayAIJefferson
At Jefferson At JelTern Market court he was 18 held heldfor heldfor heldfor
for further examination examinationScotchmen exaination exainationScotchme examinationSentebmen
Scotchmen Scotchme Dine ToMnrrow ToMnrrowThe TnIorr w Night NightThe IshlThe
The annual annul dinner of the St Andrews AndrewsAssociation Andrw AndrwAMlato AndrewAssociation
Association AMlato of the State of New York Yorkwill Yorkwi Yorkwill
will wi take tke place at the WaldorfAstoria WaldorfAstoriatomorrow WaldorAlltol WaldorfAstoriatomorrow
tomorrow tomoroW evening The speakers 8p apea klrs ken wil wilIclude will willinclude I Iinclude
include Frater ater Munroe Munro president of the thesociety thelety thesociety
society Iclude lety Andrew Andrw Carnegie J Hannon HannonBryce HannonBrc HannonBryce
Bryce M P brother OarneKe of Ambassador AmbassadorBryce Ambuedor AmbuedorBrc AmbassadorBryce
Bryce Brc Andrew McLane Mcllne of the Brooklyn BrooklynCiliten BrooklY BrooklynCUizen
Ciliten Brc Darwin Drl P Klngsley Klgllle president of oftho oftho oftho
tho New Ne York Life Lie Insurance Inurance Company CompanyHarry Compny Compnylr CompanyHarry
Harry Lauder Luer F Hopkinson Smith SmithJames BmlthJae SmithJames
James Jae lr Hamilton bowls Ilwl and ad the Rev RevAnthony Rv RvAnthoy RevAnthony
Anthony Anthoy Evans ETI Mr Carnegie Cealewl will be beau bea bealt
au a honorary hoorr guest t representing reptnc the St StSociety St Stiet
Society 8le iet of oPf1 oPf1J cIssi7v psepaylvaai
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Julio Corse son of Adolfo Adol the Great GreatHandlone GreatHad GreatSandwiches
Sandwiches Had ldN a Dig Came Gane Hunt lIat Be Between Be BeIwern ¬
tween Inspections Ipetons and ad Has lall One of f the theBlgfeit theBisset theBiggest
Biggest Bisset Dears That n Were ere l Ever er Treed TreedIf Teed TeedI
If I the te cables within wthin tho next nexUewmonth nextfewmonths nextfewmonthsdo few months monthsdo
do not record the appearance of a full fullfledged fuJlfg fullfledged
rr npparance
fledged fg cowboy dashing dhlng at full speed speeddown speeddown
down dow the Appian Way it will wl be b because becauseJulio bcUlle bcUlleJulo becauseJulio sp
Julio Julo Corsls Orsl father f ther insists lnllt upon upn his hisremaining billrmonK hisremaining
remaining rmonK beneath bn8th the family faiy roof in inCarrara InCrar inCarrara
Carrara Crar Instead Intd of rushing off 01 to Borne Borneto Rme Rmeto
to how > his h hi friends how they do things thingsin thing
in America AmericaThe Americ AmericaThe
The elder Corsi whose who surname lIuram is isAdolfo l lAdolo isAdolfo
Adolfo Adolo is the marble mrble magnate of Italy ItalyHe Ialy IalyHe ItalyHe
He Is the proprietor of fortyfive foryfve quarries quarriesand qurrie I
and ad he is the man mn who in 11 1007 11 to open opn a anew anew anew
new quarry qur set off 01 a a little lte blast blat that thatthrew tat tatthrew thatthrew
threw down dow a matter mattr of 30000000 30000 cubic cubicfeet cubicfet oubiofeet
feet fet of marble mle a cube c of 330 3 feet fet The Theyounger Theyouger Theyounger
younger youger Coral Cri who Is now at the te Hotel HotelWoloott 10tl 10tlWolctt HotelWolcott
Woloott Wolctt has ha boon bn putting in a afewmonthal afewmonthallookng afewmonthslooking few months monthslooking
looking lookng at this tbs country countr and ad some sme of its itsmarble Itsmarble Itsmarble
marble quarries and besides beldea having havingdone hvln hvlndone havingdone
done some big game shooting he found foundtime flund flundtme foundtAme
time tme to send lIed for one i lt tt > t the marble marblelwlng marblelwlnglntent sawing sawinginstruments sawinginstrument
instruments that the Italian engineers engineershave
lntent tht Ialan enginers enginershae ee1 ee1have
have perfected prete and introduce Intlduce it into one oneof OMof oneof
of the big quarries que in loaijo GoloIalo k > Mr MrCorel MrCr MrCoiai
Corel Cr is IlIlcvng leaving tomorrow on the Kocnig KocnigAlbert IConlg IConlgAlbr KoenigAlbert
Albert Albr for home homeThere homeTbere homeThere
There is plenty of beautiful beutful marble marblein
in Colorado cold ad Mr Coral Crsi when he hehad hehd hohad
had hd described decrb how ho and ad his party partyafter partyater partyafter
after ater keeping a nine foot boar ber up a tree treefor tre treefor
for thirtysix tblryslx hours hou In the effort ellor to take takeher tke tkeher takeher
her alive alve had ba been bn attacked nttckffi by the thethirsty thothirsty thethirsty
thirsty brute and he had been bn compelled compelledto comple
to shoot her in selfdefence eeloefence The he pure purewhite pur purewhite
white whit marble mable is quite qut as a good goo as a ours oursThe oursChe ourshe
The he green grn marble 1 is beautiful butfu and we have havenothing havenotbtg havenothing
nothing notbtg like it in Italy They he have hve pro produced pr produced ¬
duced duc no statuary Itatu1 marble in I Colorado Coloradoas tolorato toloratoas
as yet hut that tney are ae bound bund to find tlndas tid tidas
as they go on The quarries out there thereore therea thereare
ore a new and the I urther lur qure r they go in the thebetter thebter thebetter
better bter marble marlie they will wi find fd Our quar quarries quarres quarlies ¬
lies res some of them at least let are front tom IromIlOOto2000
1100 110 IlOOto2000 to t 2000 years yers old Wo do not go gointo goInto goInto
into the earth erh as a they do over oe here > e eattack eattk eattack
attack attk a mountain mountn and ad cut it down dw as aswo a a awe
we go along The 1he quarries qur here are arebetter arebettr arebetter
better bettr than ours ou in that they have only onlyone onlyone onlyone
one quality quaity of marble Ours have h ve four fouror
or five fiveAt OveAt fiveAt
At the same se time tme with the higher highercoat higherCI
coat CI of labor lbr and ad the coat CO of freight to tothe totbe tothe
the seaboard labrd I think thik we shall ehal still be t able ableto
to ship in il competition cmptiton with the Colorado Coloradoproduct Clordo Clordopruct Coloradoproduct
product pruct though we havo to pay sixty sixtycents Ixty Ixtyont sixtyoent
cents ont duty in addition aditon to thirtyfive tblryfve py cents centsfreight cnt centsfreight
freight rrlght per cubic cbic foot footihe footlhe footIhe
ihe pr cutting cttng machine invented Invente by our ourengineers ourenginers ourengineers
engineers enginers has h revolutionized revolutoiz the marble marbleindustry marbleInnustr marbleindustry
industry Innustr of Italy Ialy We have hve done doe away awaywith awaywith awaywith
with the use u e of dynamite dyamit The Te machine machineis macine macinel
is l simple consisting cnllltng of a cable cble about the thothe thethe thethe
the size siz of a pencil pncH which is I composed composedof cmposedof
of three thr strands and ad drums which of ofcourse otcour ofcourse
course cour have to be b operated oprat by bll an engine enginehe englnTe engineThe
Te The he cable which wblc acts as a a saw to kept keptrunning keptrnning keptrunning
running rnning in one direction dirton its It it work being beinglelped bing binghelp hem hemhelped
helped with applications applicton of sand d and andvrater nndwlttor an anwatpt
vrater help wlttor For Fora Foralngthofahundred a length lngth of ofa a hundred hundrd feet fet it itwill itwillcut will willcut 1
cut six inches Inche in I on a hour All Al this work workwe
we used Uled to t do in Italy by hand With Withtho Wltbtho Withthe
tho aid of the machine we W have done donework donework donework
work in the mountains wlthlnone week weekhat wek wekthat weekthat
that used u to takeua tkeus two tw or three thr years yearsWe YMrsWe yearsWe
We once onc tool tool out a block blok by this method methodthat metho methodthat
that measured measurd 250000 OOO cubic feet fet But Butwe Dutwe Butwe
we cannot cnnot use UI derricks dercks in our quarries quarriesiVe quriPIIWe
We have to break up our undesirable undesirablestone undesirble undesirblestone undesirablestone
stone as a we go along and ad remove rmo it by
hand hd consequently coMuenUy we are a having hving fre frequent freqUfnt frequent ¬
quent powder pwder blasts blt and derrick derck machin machinnery machlnnery macbinnery
nery would not stand 1Itnd a 1 bombardment bombardmentof bombrdment bombrdmentof
of rocks rocksTAFT rkll rkll1IFT roekaT4FT
Expected Fecte to De Ready for rorthe the Public PublicPrinter PUbie PUbiePnter PublIcPrinter
Printer Pnter by the Kml 1 of the te Week neeUWASHINGTON WeekWAsmNovoN e
WASHINGTON WA8INOT Nov 29 2Pldent 2gPresident President Taft Taftias Taf Tafthas
has ias begun to dictate slctt his hlll1t first annual anul mes message messge mesage ¬
sage sge to Congress Cngllll and unless unle something somethingmost Imethlngmot
most mot unexpected unexpt interferes Intrer it should be beready berdy beready
ready rdy for the Public Publc Printer Prnter by the last lastof lalltof lastof
of the week wek Although it is not known knownhow Jown Jownbow knownhow
how this document will be if it
long docuent wU bl comes comesup comeup comesup
up to some sme of those thos of Mr Roosevelt RooseveltJr Rvel
Mr Taft Taf will wl be kept busy for the rest rlt of ofhe oftbe ofthe
he week wek dictating dictting it I Even Evellf if the message messages mege megeIII
III 1 s In I the hands bads of the printer printr this thi week weekIt
It t will wi take tke several Iverl days day probably for It Itto Itto Itto
to be b set st revised rvl and printed print as I it will willp w1 willgo
go p > to Congress Conl and ad the country cuntr at large largeMr lrg largeMr
g Mr Taft is f a rapid worker and so 1 are arethe aretbe arethe
the men hi I the Government Gverment Printing Pnting Office Officewho Ofc officewho
who handle hnde such documents doument but it seems seemsImprobable sms smsimprbble seemsimprobable
imprbble Improbable that it can cn be finished tnlhd more moreban morethn morethan
ban thn a few days dYllln in advance advac of the opening openingof opnlna
of Congress CongressPRESIDENT Cng CngPRESIDET CongresPRESIDENT
Conference onreree on Proposed Change Chner In In Interstate Intttte Inlevitate ¬
levitate tttte Commerce I 11 11WARIOTN JAW JAWWasnixorolt an anWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON WARIOTN Nov 29 21Peldent 2VPreeident President Fin Finey Fn Fnley Finley
ley ey General Gner Counsel Counsl Thom and Assistant AssistantJeneral Ailltant AilltantGneral AssIstantGeneral
General Gneral Counsel Cunll Humphreys of the South Southern Suth Suther Southem ¬
ern er Railway Riway had a conference with Presi President Pl Pldent President ¬
dent Taft Taf today ty on the proposed propd changes changeso cng
to o the interstate Intrstate commerce ommer act ac The Thetiscussion Te Tedi Thediscussion
discussion di Uon Mr Finley nley said ald was 8 general generalhe generl generlthe I
the President Preldent wishing to get gt at first nrt hand handhe handthe handthe
the views Vewl of railroad rair men The Presi President Pi Pident President ¬
dent is lust about to start strt upon that tht per poriouof pertionoF
iouof tolor his message mbge devoted upn to the Inter Interstate Interstate interstate pr prtolor ¬ I
state commerce ommere act and is still IIt1 seeking seekingnformatlon sking skingInformaton seekInginformation
information Informaton Senator Sentor Elkins Elkin of West WeatVirginia Wet WetVlrInla WestVirginia
Virginia had bd a conference conrereno on the same samesubject sme smesubjet samesubject
subject VlrInla subjet with wlb Mr Taft Taf today todayFOR tod todaytUR y yOR i
FOR OR MtXISTER UI ItJFR TO rlVI rlVIHeport CllI CllIHeport 1IIXtReport
Heport That Post Poe Hat 31 Been Den Offered Oferd to toPresident toPreidet toPresident
President Preidet Ilelano Ielno of U abash auh Railroad RailroadWASITINOTON Rairoad RairoadWAIUtNOTON RaIlroadVasimovo
WASITINOTON WAIUtNOTON Nov ov 29 2VA IA A report reprt was wascurrent wallcunt wascurrent
current cunt today that tht F A Delano Delno of ofChicago orCic ofChicago
of the Wabash Rail Railroad Railrood
Cic Chicago go president Wabsh Ri ¬
road rod had bd been asked ake to accept ncept the office officeof omc omcof
of Minister Mini lter to China Mr 1r Delano Dlo was in inCVaahlngton InWahington inWashington
Washington Wahington recently recnty He le declined declnd the theChinese theCblne theChinese
Chinese e mission mlio before it was 11 offered olTer to toCharles
Carle Charles R Crane of Chicago who was wasforced WI wasforced
forc forced out of the diplomatic dlplomato service sric by bySecretary bySretry bySecretary
Sretry Secretary Knox Mr Knox said sid tonight tonlahtwith tonlghtwltb tonightwith
with reference referenc to the report repor concerning concerningMr concring concringMr
Mr Delano Dlno that tat he knew nothing about aboutthe abut abuttbe aboutthe
the matter matterVlrePrMlrtent mater materICePreldtnt matterVicePresident
VlrePrMlrtent ICePreldtnt Sherman Shrran leases Iar a House HouseIn loue loueIn
In Washington WashingtonWASHINGtoN a ashlnetonWASH1NOTN thine ton tonWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON WASH1NOTN Nov ov 20 VicePresident 20VlcePresidentSherman VicePresidentSherman icPresident icPresidentShean
Shean Sherman has bs leased le ed a house houl at HOI Six Sixteenth Sixteenth Sixteenth ¬
teenth street trt and will wi occupy ocupy it on his hisarrival hil hilarval hisarrival
arrival arval hero for the session of Congress CongressThe
The house houl has ha had hd some distingulsed diltinlle ton tonants tenant tonants
ants ant in the recent recnt past pt The late Russell RussellA RUleli RUleliA
A Algcr Alge of Michigan occupied it during duringmost duringmost duringmost
most of the time he was Wa in Washington Washingtonas
as al Senator Rntr and Lady Ldy Scully Scly who ho is now nowabroad nowabrd nowabroad
abroad abrd was wa another tenant tnant The Vice VlcePreident VicePresident VicePresident
Preident President will wl have for near nlr neighbors neighborsAttorneyGeneral neighborstoreyGeneral neighborsAttorneyOeneral
AttorneyGeneral toreyGeneral Wlckersham Wlckerlhm Secretary SecretaryMeyer ScrturY SecrotnrrMeyer
Meyer leyerand and Senator Sntr Foraker Forker Tho Vice VicoPresldent Vlc VicePresident
President and Mrs Sherman Sheran are expected expectedto
to reach rch Washington Friday Fridy to take pos possession p poesession ¬
session of their new home homeNew homerw homeNew
New rw Hut nnlu ex Laid Down 1010 for Congrrsdonal CongrrsdonalCaller ConrflonalCalers CongrestlonalCallers
Caller Calers on Taft TaflWASHINGTON Taf TaftWASRIMOT0N
WASHINGTON Nov 20 20ln In order to tofacilitate tofacitte tofacilitate
facilitate facitte business buslnf8retnr Secretary to the Presi President Prsi Prsident President ¬
dent Carpenter Cr nter today Issued Ilue some new newrules newrul newrules
rules rul regarding rgrding the reception repton of Con Congressmen Conmmen Congrossman ¬
Hereafter Congressional Congressionalcallers
grossman mmen Herefter Cncreslonl Cncreslonlclers
callers clers who have have business bulnes may see s the thePresident thePident thePresident
President Pident between bween 1030 10 and 12 oclock oclockexcept oolockexcpt oclockexcept
except excpt on Cabinet Oblnet days dy Tuesdays Tedays and andFridays andFdys andFridays
Fridays Fdys They are required rqur to telephone telephonefor tlephone tlephonefor
for > appointment appolntment first fat however Con Congressmen Cn Cnareesmen Congresimen ¬
gressmen may my bring brng constituents ontltuent every everyoay everyny everyclay
clay ny except nopt Tuesdays 1 and Fridays Fdy be between b between ¬
tween 10 and Tuey 1030 1030clok oclock Visitors Vlltors will willbe wi willbe
be received reclvd except on th theM days d between btween
ously Oly 19 1 and an flied le 1 oclock 10clok by b appointment applntment previ previously prvl prvlOly previoualy ¬
It Iti
i v f
Supreme Court Upholds Upold Rate for Deller DellerIHK PelhcIns DelIerleg
Ins Cattle Catle to t Chicago Chlec Stockyards StockyardsWASHINGTON Hloekan StockyardsWASTIINOTON
WASHINGTON WASIIOTN Nov 29 21The 29The The Texas TexasCattle TexaCtle TexasCattle
Cattle Ctle Raisers R rs Association ASclaton today received receivedanother recive receivedanother
another aother setback ttbk in Its U long fight fltht against againstwhat againstwht againstwhat
what wht it alleged nlefte to be the high hlh rates rt on oncattle oncttle oncattle
cattle cttle shIpped to Chicago Chicgo when the Su Supremo Supreme Supreme ¬
preme Court Curt affirmed amrme the decision deollion of the theFederal tbeFeerl theFederal
Federal Feerl Court Curt in Minnesota Minnesta enjoining enjolnlnl the theInterstate theInterstte theInterstate
Interstate Interstte Commerce Commission Cmmiion from fromenforcing fromenforing fromenforcing
enforcing enforing its order reducing reuelng from S3 S 2 to II IIpr 1 1per 1per
per pr car clr the charges orge imposed Impled by the eight eightWestern eightWeter eightVestern
Western Weter roads rds for delivering delvering cattle ctte to t the theUnion theUnion theUnion
Union Stockyards Stokyar In Chicago Chicgo The Theassociation Theacltlon Theassociation
association acltlon began bgan the fight fght thirteen thlrten years yearsago year yearsago
ago af when it filed fe charges chrgt before bfor the com commission cm cmmiNion cornmission ¬
mission whose order orer reducing reucing tho charges chargeswas charge
was declared declare void by tho Supreme Court Courtbecause Curt Curtuecaue Courtbecause
because uecaue of lack lak of power pwer to make Ilke rates ratesWith ratesWih ratesWith
With Wih the additional power given glen to the thecommission thecomml8ion thecommission
commission comml8ion the thl th association associton renewed renewe the thelight thefpht thefight
light fpht resulting reullngn in a finding fnding by the com commission cm cmmllon cornmission ¬
mission that the rate half halfand halfand
mllon was wa too high by hlf hlfad
and ad an order was wa made mde reducing reucing the ter terminal terminal terminal ¬
minal charge chrge to Si 1 per cur cr The Te railroads railroadsthen rairds rairdsthen railroadsthen
then applied appld to the Federal Court Curt for an anorder anorer anorder
order orer enjoining enJolnlnl the enforcement enforement of the thecommissions theoommilions thecommissions
commissions oommilions order which was wa granted grantedThe grantdrhe grantedThe
The commission cmmlllon appealed applffi the case Ce to the theSupreme theSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Court Curt which today tooay affirmed amrme the theorder theorder theorder
order orderJustice orderJutce orderJustice
Justice Jutce Brewer in delivering delverng the courts courtsopinion co courtsopinion rll rllopinion
opinion pointed plte to t the section seton of the theHepburn tbeHepburn theHepburn
Hepburn act which required carriers crrier to toBtuto toltate tostate
state ltate separately Ieprately all terminal and ad other othersuch otbersuch othersuch
such charges cbrles but said that tht if I the terminal terminalcharge terminalchrgo torminalcharge
charge chrgo be I ui 11 and of itself Ilelf just and ad reasona reasonable rn reasonable ¬
ble it could eoule not be condemned oldlmneod or the thecarrier thecarrlerrulred thecarrierrequlred
carrier carrlerrulred carrierrequlred required to change bn e it on the ground groundthat grund grundthat groundthat
that taken tken with wih prior charges of trans transportation transprtaton transportation ¬
portation prtaton over the lines lnes of the carrier carrieror
or of connecting connoctng carriers crrler it made crer creror the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total charge chrg to the hipper unreasonable unreasonableThat unrlnble unrlnbleTht mae
That which must be corrected and
Tht mut correted con condemned condemne condemited ¬
demned demne was wa not the just and ad reasonable reasonableterminal relnable relnabletennlnal reasonableterminal
terminal charge chlrle hut Jh08 those hose prior charges chargeswhich cbargeewhich chargeswhich
which must of o themselves themlelves IMJ unreasona unreasonable unrna unrnable ¬
ble In order to make mke tho aggregate a gregatofhe gregatofhecharge of the thecharge thecharge
charge from the point pint of shipment to that thatof tht thtof thatof
of delivery delvery unjust and unreasonable unreasonableReviewing unrnble unrnbleJ unreasonableReviewing
Reviewing J viewlng the testimony as to the ter terminal terminl terminal ¬
minal minl charge chrge Itself Itl Justice JUltc Brewer said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that it seemed impossible to avoid the theconclusion theconcllliol theCOUClURIOt
conclusion concllliol me that considered con81dero of and by it itpelf Itel itself
pelf el the charge of S2 2 a cur cnrwasrnle cnrwasrnleI was reasonable reasonableIf
If I any shipper hlppr U 1 wronged wrng by the aggre aggregate aggm aggregate ¬
gate Kat charge from frm the place plac of shipment shipmentto ahpent ahpentt
to t the Union Stockyards IlkYlr he added adde it itwould Itwould itwould
would seem sem necessary ntr to follow folow what wht was wasdone Wa wasdone
done In prior charges charge for transportation transportationand tranlportonl
and as 1 we e have already alry stated IItatd should shouldbe llhula llhulabe shouldbe
be corrected crcted by proper prpr proceedings proceedingsagainst prlnge prlngeagainst proceedingsagainst
against the companies cmpnlf guilty Iulty of that thatwrong thatwronp thatwrong
wrong Otherwise Olherwll Otherwlaeinjuaticewill injustice Injuetlc will wl be done doneIf doneI
If I this charge clrg reasonable rMSllhle In itself It el be b re reduced reoduc toduced ¬
duced duc the union Stockyards Stockyar Company Companywill Cmpy Cmpywi
will wi miner loss 10l while whie tho real I wrong wrng wren wrendoers ¬
doers will w1 escape It may be b that tht it itmore f Is Ismore
more mor convenient onvenlnt tp for the commission commissionto commiion commiiont
to t strike at the th terminal terlll charge chrge but the theconvenience tbeconvenlenC theconvenience
convenience convenlenC of commission cmml8lon or court is isnot Isnot isnot
not the measure meure measureof of justice justiceSTILL justc justcSTLI justiceSTILL
Vessel et In Dry Pr Doek Does DoC Nat ot t Io LOe lose e Identity Identityas Idety Idetya
as an a Instrument Intrmrnt of Commerce CommerceWASHINGTON Commnte CommnteWnNOTN ConmiereeWasHINGtoN
WASHINGTON WnNOTN Nov ov 29 21Tht 29That That n I vessel vesseldoes vesseldoes
does do not cease ca to be a 1 vessel because becauseshe bu
she Is hauled haull out In dry dr dock dok and that tht she sheis Ihe IheIs abeis
is subject Mill It I to admiralty jurisdiction jurisdictionin juloton julotonin
in matters mater affecting afeting salvage salvag was w held by bythe bythe bythe
the Supreme Court today toy In tho case c of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the steamship atamshlp Jefferson Jeferson of the Old Do Dominion Do Dominion ¬
minion Line LineWhile LineWhile LineWhile
While tho ship was as in dry dr dock dok at New Newport Newpor Newport ¬
port por News O on Christmas Crtru Day 1900 19 a I flro flrobroke t I
broke out on her Three hr tugs tug near ner by bydropped I
dropped dropp their tows tow and went to her as assistance a as1 as1sistance ¬
sistance Iltnc pouring puring streams Its of water watr on onher on onher onher
her and preventing her destruction destructionAfterward delltcton delltctonArenar destructionAfterward
Afterward Arenar the to captains cptnll of tho tugs brought broughtsuit brught brughtlult
suit lult for salvage Ilvt claiming that tt the Jeffer Jefferson JelTe Jefferson ¬
son lon was Ia worth orb SiOOOOO S4oO The Federal Federalcourt Feeral Feeralcour Federalcourt
court cour at Norfolk Xorol dismissed dlsml their bill bi on onthe ontho onthe
the ground that as the vessel ve81 was wa on dry dr
land lnd and ad was not movable the fire f under underthose undertO tinderthose
those tO circumstances clrmstno was wa not a I pent prl of the thesea tbefor thesea
sea for which salvage lval could bo b claimed claimedIn calmd calmdIn
In reversing rvrsing this thl judgment Judjent the te Supreme SupremeCourt SupmeCur SupremeCourt
Court Cur today ty quoted from the decisions decisionsof dellons dellonsof
of tho English Englsh Admiralty court cur on the thesubject tbelIubJec thesubject
subject lIubJec and held that a vessel was w not notdeprived notdeprvM notdeprived
deprived deprvM of her identity on an instrument instrumentof Intent Intentof
of commerce cmmer simply 11m ply because bu she was wasundergoing w wasundergoing
undergoing repairs rplr in a dry dr dock dok The Thefire Te Tet Th Thfire
fire t it was wa held was w thbrefore thrfor a peril prl of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the sea and ad the libel lbel was w sent en bock bk to the thelower thelowr thelower
lower lowr court cor for trial trl on Its merits meritsTOBACCO merts mertsTOBACCO meritsTOBACCO
Kentucky Leads Lfds All 1 Iho hi Slate In Grow CronIns GroIns Growlog
Ins the te Plant PlantWASHINGTON Ilat IlatWAJlOTN PlantWaSIIIKQTON
WASHINGTON WAJlOTN Nov ov 29 aWhile While Whlo some sometobacco Ime Imetobc sometobacco
tobacco tobc is produced pruc in almost every everyState ever everyState
State less than 1 cent of this
Stle le per pr cnt countrys countryscrop ountrll ountrllcrop
crop is grown grw wet west of the Mississippi MississippiTea MississippiTeaxa fllippl fllipplTexl
Tea Texl Teaxa is being be InK the only transmlssissippl transmlssissipplState transmlllppl transmlllpplStte
State Stte in which wllch the Industry has ha gained
much Importance ImportanceKentucky Imprtce ImprtceKentucky importanceKentucky
Kentucky leads leds all al the States Stt in tobacco tobaccogrowln tbc tobaccogriwLn
growln It produced prouc more than th one onethird onethir onethird
third thir of the theUnitedStates United Unit States Btte crop crp and ad about aboutoneninth ahoutonenlnth aboutoneninth
oneninth of the entire entre crop of the world worldThe worldTbe worldThe
The tobaccj tob cc grown grow in the United Unit States Statesis
is of two general types typ ea or classes cl e first firstcigar frst frstcigar firstcigar
cigar tobacco tobcc and secondly chewing chewingsmoking chewingIImoking chewingsmoking
smoking snuff and export expr tobiccos tob1ce In InlOOHsomething
lOOHsomething 10 methlng more mor than 150000000 150000000pound 15000000 15000000pund 150000000pounds
pound pund of cigar tobacco wa grown In Inthe Inthe n nthe
the United Unit States Stt and nearly four Jrwn times timesthat tmEs tmEstht timesthat
that tht amount of the other types typesThe type
The Thl cigar cgar tobaccos tobacll are ar grown mostly
In New ew England lnlland Pennsylvania Pensylvania Ohio Ohioand Obloand Ohioand
and Wisconsin Wlaonln though there thor is a con considerable conlIldtrable conalderable ¬
siderable and rapidly rpidly increasing produc production prodiiction ¬
tion of this type typ in Georgia Gergi Florida Flord and andTexan andTeX
Texan TeX The tobaccos tObCII used for chewing chewingsmoking chewllt chewlltIllmoklng chewingsmoking
Illmoklng smoking snuff and export are produced producedmost pmduc producedmost
most mOi I heavily llaviy in Kentucky expr Tennessee TennesseeNorthCarolina Tonf TennesseeNorthCarolina
NorthCarolina Northnrlna Virginia and South Suth Caro Carolina CaroIna Carolina ¬
lina linaIMMIGRATIOX Ina Ina11IITI linaI1MIGR4TIOV Virgnia
United Uni Id States t latf tr Supreme Court ourl net neerse flcteriei flcterieiTwo cries criesTwo
Two Decision DecisionWASHINGTON PeellouW DecIsIonsWAsuIoroN
WASHINGTON W 8JINQTO Nov 29 21I 29in In two cases casesinvolving 08 casesinvolving
involving the construction cnstructon of the immi immigration Immlgraton immigration ¬
gration graton laws the Supreme Court Cour today todayreversed todayrever todayreversed
reversed rever the findings fdlnge of the lower courts courtsdiamlnsing oour courtsdismissing
dismissing indictments Indictment as a being bellt too toonarrow toonrw toonarrow
narrow nrw and ordered order the trials trll to toproceed toproc toproceed
proceed proc Both Bth cases ca were ere brought brught be before b before ¬
fore for the Supreme Court Cour tinder tder tho act nct of
1007 10 permitting prmitng appeals appls by the Govern Government Gover Governmont ¬
ment in criminal 1rlmlnal cases c They hey originated originatedin origint
in Massachusetts Mlchultt where wher Tilden Tiden B Steven Stevenson StevenHn
son Hn and ad Armede Armee Bellalre Blllre were indicted indictedfor Indicte
for bringing brnging four French Frnch Canadian Canadianinto Cndla Canadiansinto
Manchaug into the country to work hi I u mill mi at atManchaug A atManchaug
The State Stte Court Cour dismissed dlanll the Indict Indictments Indictments indictmeats ¬
ments on the grounds grouds that tot the amended amendedImmigration nmende amendedimmigration
Immigration Immigraton act of 1007 0 made mae the violation violationof vioLton vioLtonof
of the provisions prollonll punishable punlhable by fine f only onlyas
as it was 1 merely a misdemeanor miemeaor and andnot ad adnot andnot
not icrimo acrlmo In reversing revering this thilndlng finding the theSupremo theHupreme thei4upremo
Supremo Court held that tht a 1 misdemeanor misdemeanorwas mldemenor
was 11 a crime and nd that the Government Governmentcould Goverment Govermentcould GovernmentI
could I proceed against violators violtor under underthat underthat underthat
that classification clll oton or could bring suit suitfor lIultfor suitfor
for recovery re oery of a fine fne
GOMlERS WUJ1S JETITIOX 111110 IV IVPresented I II 1Iresrnted
Presented I > rrlntl to the tIietJ U S Supreme SupreD1 Court by byAlton byAlton
Alton 101 II I Parker ParkerWASHINGTON ParktrWAIIUNOTOS ParkerWASUIsOT0N
WASHINGTON WAIIUNOTOS Nov 29 2The 21Tbe The petition petitionof ptUOI
of Samuel Smuel Gompers and other leaders le ders of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the American Americn Federation Fedortlon of Labor Lbor for re review r toview ¬
view of the judgments Judlelt of the courts crtll of ofDistrict ofDitric ofDistrict
District Ditric of Columbia Clubia holding them In con contempt cn cntempt contempt ¬
tempt of those th0 courts court In violating an order orderforbidding orer orerforbidding orderforbidding
forbidding the federation feertion from boycotting boycottingthe boycottng boycottngthe
the Bucks Buc Stove and Range Rng Company Cmpy of St StLouis StLuis StLouis
Louis Luis was w presented prente to the Ui Supreme Court Courttoday Curt Curttoy Courttoday
today toy by Alton B Parker Prker on behalf bhalf of ofcounsel orcoule1 ofcounsel
counsel coule1 The he court curt took tok the petition petitionunder pttion pttionunder petitionunder
under advisement Messrs MeSrs Gompers GompersMitchell Gomprs GomprsMitchel GompersMitchell
Mitchell Mitchel Morrison Moron and OConnoll OCnnel being beingsuitors bing bingeul hem hemsuiora
suitors eul r had id seats wltht wlth Ith tho railing raing which whichare whicha whicare
are a usually uuly occupied by attorneys who bo are aremember aremembn aremembers
member membn of ort the e bar br of the attoey court cou couh
They Atk Him 11m to Recommend Retommed a LImIts Limitation JmUa JmUaUon LImItslIon ¬
lIon on o the Issuance bsuar of Injunctions InjunctionsChange InJUtton InJUttonChane lejunetloosChange
Change In Sherman Sherlan Law La and Eaten Kxtenklon ltenIon Eatenslon
Ion of the Eight i Hour I or Law Lawi LawWAsnororox LawVAIJIOTD LawWLSHINdT0t
WAsnororox VAIJIOTD Nov 20 2VPreeldont 1P President ldent Taft Tafthad Taf Tafthkd
had h a conference cnferno lasting more ROl than t an anhour a anhour
hour today tdy with wih President Pident Oompers OompersVioePreeldent Ompr GompersVicePresident
VioePreeldent VicPeident John Mitchell Mltcbel and James JamesOConcall Jae JamesOConnell
OConcall OC nnol and ad Secretary Sctr Frank lk M I Mor Morrison Morrn Morrisen ¬
risen rn of the Amorican Amorlcn Federation ederton of ofLabor ofLbor ofLabor
Labor Lbor in I regard rgrd to labor lbor legislation igllaton which whichMr whichMr I Ir
Mr r Taft recommend In his
may my rmmend 1 hi message messageThe mgeThe messageThe
The President Pident told the labor lbor leaders leadersthat leers leersthat leadersthat
that that he would refer to some Ime of the things thingswhich thig thingswhich
which they desire delre but did dl d not say which whichthcro whic whichthceo
thcro th would l be > e There was WI no reference referencemade refenc referencepmde
pmde made me during the conference onfereno to the Jail Jailsentences jai jailsentences
sentenc sentences for contempt contmpt which face fac tam GI Gentper tampers ¬
per prs Mitchell litohel and ad Morrison MorrisonTho 1orln 1orlnTo
Tho To labor laor leaders leorslluggested suggested to Mr Taft Tafthat Tafttht Taftthat
hat tht he recommend rommend a limitation lmitton on the thessuance theIunc theissuance
Iunc issuance ssuance of injunctions Injuncions by Judges Judge where wherehey wherethey wherethey
they apply to personal prnl rights and liberty libertyn lbery
In n labor disputes dlpute and ad presented him with witha wih wihI withcopy
a I copy cpy of the trade tae disputes act 1009 1009f 10 1006of
of > f Great Grt Britain This Til act at provides providesIn
In n brief that an an act done dne in pursuance pursuanc of ofan ofa ofan
an a agreement agmot or commission by two or oriiore ormor ormore
more mor persons pernll shall IIhll if done In contempla contemplation contemplaton
lon ton or furtherance furerance of a 1 trade dispute disputenot
not be actionable actlonalo unless the act at if I done donewithout donewithout donewithout
without any such agreement agemont or commis commision commllllion comrnieslon
ion would be actionable actionableThis actonlo actonloTil actionableThis
This Til act ac provides also al8 that no action actiongainst acton actonagalnllt actionagainst
against a trade tre union or against aglnllt any anyofficers anyomcrs anyofficers
officers omcrs or members membr in respect r0pet to any anytortuous anytortoue anytortuous
tortuous tortoue act at alleged alege to have been bn com committed cm cmmite cornmittedby ¬
mitted mite mittedby by Iy or on onbehali behalf behal of the trade tre union unionball unionshol unionsbill
ball shol be b entertained by any court curt As Asamendments Allamendment Asamendments
amendments amendment to the Sherman Shermll law lw the theabor thelbr thelabor
labor lbr loaders lers asked alke askedihat that tht it be so 1 modified modifiedhat moife modifiedthat
that labor lbor organizations organI7tons bo not subject subjecto 8ubJIt 8ubJItto subjtcttothroefold
threefold to o threfold damages domgM be not prosecuted prosecutedcriminally pred predcriminly prosecutedcriminally
criminally criminly and be relieved relev I from the theroBpoct theprospet theprospect
prospect prospet > of dissolution dllluton Mr Gampers Gampersold Gapers Gaperstold
told the President Preidet about the thl Loewe Lwe Hat HatCompany lat latCompany HatCompany
Company case cl which has b been bn pending pendingn pendlnl
In n tho Circuit Circit Court Curt of Connecticut Conneticut since sinceOctober sinceOctbr sinceOctober
October Octbr 11and Uad suggested sugftete that tat the laws lawsdelay lws lwsdelv lawsdelay
delay delv might mllht be loosened loosenedTho Ine lessenedThe
The labor partisans prtsn told the President Presidenthat Prent Prenttht
hat tht they desire delre an extension of the theeight theelltht theeighthourlswaothat
eight eighthourlswaothat hour Inwao mw Sl that It 1111 itwill will apply to con oonractors contrctors contractors
tractors trctors and subcontractors subcontracors who are 1 en enaged enIaged engaged
aged Iaged In Government Oovernmnt work The labor labr men menurther menfurher menfurther
further furher wanted the President Prident to recom recommend rm rmmend recommend ¬
mend the appointment appintent of additional additonl in inpectors Inapors inspector
pectors who would nee se to the thorough thoroughnd thorouah thorouahaud
apors and nd permanent prmanent enforcement enforcment of the child childabor chid chidlbr childlabor
labor lbr law now in force fora in the District Distrct of ofolnmbia ofColnmbla ofColnmbia
olnmbia They also als suggested luglte that the theemployers theemployerl theemployers
employers employerl liability lahlllt law be moifed modified modi lied in inrespect Inrp inrespect
respect rp to contributory < ntrlbttor negligence negligenceOther npg neglIgenoeOther no
Other caller clers who talked talke with the theresident
resident Prldfnt today ty were wer assured lured that one onehlng onethlnp onething
thing which the labor labr men wanted wnte that Mr Mraft MrTar MrTafiwillnot
Tar Tafiwillnot aft will wl not rmmend recommend Is Istho the change chnle In Inhe Inthe Inthe
the Sherman Shern law Until Unt the Supremo Court Courtlecides Cur Courtdecides
decides decde upon upn several Iverl cases c of o importance importancewhich Imprnc importancewhich
which sire ar now before fore or or1 will come cme before beforet bfore bforeIt
It t shortly IIhorly the President Prident intends to let the theiherman theShern theSherman
Sherman Shern act ac stand us Wlt it is isJMW Isl isIZANY
The President Peidet and a AUornr Atomrenal AttorneGeneral > CrneralIla lae laeAhout have haveAbout > e eAbout
About One Oe Hundred HundredWABtiLvaiON lundrf llundredWBHINOTON
WABtiLvaiON Nov JO 71The 20The The President Presidentand Prldent Prldentad
and ad AttorneyGeneral Attoreyeneral Wickcrsham have havebefore hve hvehfor havebefore
before hfor them the task tk of naming nearly nearlyone
one hundred hldr nominations nominton to fill fl vacancies vacancieson vacncle vacncleon
on the Federal Feeral bench bch and in the offices officesof omc
of United Unted States Btt Attorney Attrey and United UnitedState Unit UnitedStates
State Stt Marshal fab These Te vacancies vaccie exist existnow exlt exltnow existnow
now or will wl occur or during durin I the next nex session sessionof on onof
of Congress Cng In nearly all of these thc vacan vacancies vacn vacnce vacandee ¬
dee ce except excpt those tho on the Federal Feerl bench benchthe bencbtbe benchthe
the President Pident will wl follow folow the th recommenda recommendations recmmend ¬
dons ton of AttorneyGeneral AttorneGeneral Wickersham WickershamIn Wickerm WickermIn
In the selection Ilecton of circuit cirt and district districtJudges dltrict dltrictJudltes districtJudges
Judges the President Pident will wl advise with wth the theAttorneyGeneral theAttrneyneral theAttorneyOeneral
AttorneyGeneral Attrneyneral but will wl rely In the thedual theIl thefinal
dual Il analysis anlyll on his own wide acquain acquaintance acuain acuaintnc acqualnlance ¬
lance tnc with wth lawyers gained gne while wie Solicitor SolicitorGeneral Slctor SlctorGeneral SolicitorGeneral
General and a Judge JudgeThe Judg JudgeThe
The Te President Pldent and tho AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneralexpect Atorneyeneral Atorneyeneralexpt
expect expt to consider cnider the recommendations recommendationsof rmmendUon
of Senators Stors and Representatives Rprntatves in Con Congress Cong Congross ¬
gross g in appointing appointng attorneys attrneYII and mar marshals marshale ¬
shale 51 as a far as a practicable prctcble The regular regularparty reglar reglarpry regularparty
party organizations orltazUon will wl wi II be considered consideredalso colider
also all pry Some Sme of the radical ricl or insurgent insurgentelement Inurgnt Inurgntelement insurgentelement
element in Congress Cn may my not have hve the thesay thesy thesay
say sy in applntmen appointments however howver The ThePresident Te TePrident ThePresident
President Prident Is l not very ver patient ptent with wth the theRepublicans theRpublcns theRepublicans
Republicans Rpublcns who have been bn disparaging
his Administration < dmlntrton and the work dillpragng of the theRepublicans tbeRpublcns theRepublicans
Republicans Rpublcns in Congress CnRt Some Sme recom recommendations rm rmmendtoD recommendations ¬
mendations made by the socalled
mendtoD mae te aled pro progressives progreesivee ¬
gressives gllves months month ago are ar still atlluspnde suspended suspendedand P
and In the end ag be
tirely trly may b disregarded diagare en entirely entrly entirely ¬
For exam example pie Senator Sntr La L Follette Folette recom recommended rm rmmendd recoinmended ¬
mended a candidate cndldt for United Unit States StatesAttorney Stt StatesAttorney
Attorney In the eastern eatr district dltrct of Wis Wisconsin Wlaclln Wiscousin ¬
cousin clln nearly a year ago The Te term of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Incumbent Incmbnt has h already expired epir
Under an agreement with th his h colleague colleagueSenator clole cloleSenator colleagueSenator
Senator La L Follette Folete was w to recommend recommendthe rmmend rmmendtho
the United Unite States Stt Attorney Attorey for the eas eastern 0 enstern ¬
tern trn district distrct of Wisconsin Wiscnin and Senator Sentr
Stephenson the attorney for the western westerndistrict wetern weterndiltrict westerndistrict
district diltrict Senator Sntor Stephenson Btphensn made his hisrecommendation hlarecmendaton hisrecommendation
recommendation recmendaton and the appointment appointmentfollowed appintment appintmentfolowe appointmentfollowed
followed folowe promptly prmpty but Senator Sntor La L Fol Follettos
lettos gills lettll Ils candidate cndidte is still etlsUllpnded suspended by the thegills theIls thegills
gillsBefore Before Bfore returning to Wisconsin Willcnin at the theclose theclo theclose
close clo of the extra extr session Ion Senator Sntor La L Fol Follette Follete 1oilette ¬
lette lete went to the White Whit House loul to inquire inquirethe Inquirethe
the cause OUI of the delay dely Ho received rive no nosatisfactory nostsractry nosatisfactory
satisfactory stsractry reply It I 18 s expected oxpt that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the matter will wi be b settled lIette soon In and andther andhere andhereare > ihere ihereare
are indications Indlcton that Senator Snator La L Fol Folletteo Folletec FolIettea
letteo letec recommendation rmmndton will wi be b ignored ignored1It Ignor Ignor1cemeU ignored31cemenU
31cemenU 1It 1cemeU < emrnts of Natal Naa sval Vessel VesselWASHINGTON VesselsVAsuutovoN nelll nelllWUUOTN
WASHINGTON WUUOTN Nov Nov 20 2The 29The Tho battleship bttNlp bttNlpllluri battlbshipMissouri
Missouri llluri has arrived arvd at Hampton Roads Roadsthe R Roadsthe
the te cruiser cisr Chester Cbetr at Chester Cbestr the yacht yachtHist ycht ychtHlt yacht131st
Hist Hlt at Guantanamo Guntnmo the battleship battleshipConnecticut bttealp bttealpCnnectcut battleshipConnecticut
Connecticut Cnnectcut at Tompkinsvlile Tompklnllvle and the thegunboats thenbt theunboats
gunboats unboats nbt Helena leleo Samar Smr Villalobos Vilalob and andCallao andtalao andtaIlo
Callao talao at Shanghai ShanghaiThe
The collier coler Alexander Alexnder has ha sailed saied from fromCavite fromCavlt fromCavite
Cavite Cavlt for Nlmrod Nimr Sound the gunboat gunboatPrinceton gunbot gunbotPrtncton gunboatPrinceton
Princeton Prtncton from Bremerton Brmern for Son Sa Fran Francisco Franca Frandeco ¬
cisco and the yacht Hull Hul from Magdalena MagdalenaBay
ca Bay By for Pichllmque PichllmqueArm Plcblnque PlcblnqueArmy Maglena MaglenaBy
Arm Army and Navy NaY Orders OrdersNov OrdtrWRDON OrdersWAmnrsoTo
WRDON WAmnrsoTo Nov 9Tbec These T army arm orders orderswere order orderswere
were te Issued Inue today todayCam Iday IdayCapt todayCaitWillIam
Cam CaitWillIam William Wiiam C livers Rver from First Flr to Twelfth TwelfthCaptJoseph Teltb Twelfthtp
Cvalo CvaloICA CaptJoseph tp Joseph R McAndrew MeAldrewl from Twelfth Twelfthto TwdllbFln
to ICA First Cavalry CavalryFirst CavalryFIrst
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These Tbe officers olen of the Eighteenth E1rbte Infantry Infant re
Ueied lee at a stations tUons Indurated and ald to Join their theircompanies Ibelreompalle theircompanies
companies eompalle at ulort Fort Mackenzie lodlle aeelzle First tlr Ueut Wi ViIl ViIltarn lll llllam
lam A Alfonte Whlpple Whpple Barracks Daruks Second Sond Lieut
George eorre L Von Va Deusen Duen V hippie Barracks Drral Leut Leuteorre Set Setond TIV TIVond
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Lieut Leul Elay C Denxon UmAn Fort VYlntate Inrate Second
Lieut Leut Frank rnk L L Purdon Pron Fort Wlntale Wllral and Sond Second Sec Second c cond
ond Lieut Leut Louis lulPlon P Ford Fort Apache ApacheThcte tpaciieThese pabeTbe
These Tbe navy orders Were ere er Issued IsttiedRear Isued IsuedRar IssuedRear
Rear Rar Admiral R R Icgcrsoll Illersl placed plaee on the theretired IbereUnd thereUred
retired List tutCapt Ul Ultr ListCapt
Capt a I1 II Sherman a dw when discharged I from fromtreatment t fromtreatment
treatment tr at Army and Navy llmnlul f Hot
Sprint Sprlrs Ark to home bomo and one ole month mmthaIeve leave
Lieut Leut A a I 1 FairI Fard Fn1rtttd id from motbaieve the Montana to
Naval Medical Meleal Sbot School ilmpltal tOplll uhlnrton Wuhlnrtn Monta
Ueut Leu U S Marcy Aae from trm the te Nebraska ebrak to the
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New York YorkSurea YorkSurgeon ork orkSurteoa
Surgeon Surea F N Furlonz Furlor from frm the Vermont ermoDl to
home and ad tick ae I leave leve three months granted
Paymaster ET C Hoopei to ranl
Paymtr Tlop t navy yard Uoston
Passed Pae Assistant Austl PaymanteJ faymul nt k 1 yar Mayer Aart Dto from
Portsmouth o yard to the Salem as pay officer e
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to Waahlnctoa Walort D C CCapt CCapl CCapt
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in fabrics fabris the th best posted p stedor on style tlet tletthe iii iiithe n nthe
the mont particular p rt rtl ular Iar as as to workmanship workmanshipready workiansip workiansipready
for fair weather ortfoul orfouI2I rYbi rYbiBrill
ready service sevi in weathe 01ifoul11t > bro4 bro4I <
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p r 1 1In ea
In Overcoats Overcats For business busines or dress for fora fo fowall 1
a walk wall in the he country to and andfrom from the office officeor fice ficeor
or an evening before fore the footlights shaggy shaggyroughfinished sbggy sbggyrougblnisbed 8haggyroughfinihecf >
roughfinished rougblnisbed dose woven woven velvet velvetcolbr velvetcolbrtcfcolhr collars collarsselfcollars colI3rhscIfcoflars
selfcollars tcfcolhr or ortwowa twoway collars coUara buttoned buttonedto butoned i ito
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The Ie Mrdlterrsmcnn Mflrrrnem Flour Inth Infests tnrch tnrchi InfesisMills j jMills
i Mills lls All 1 her < cr the tht Countr CoutliryI j I
I WASHINGTON W81INorosNo Nov 29 oMI 9MlIiers Millars r like likepeople lke likepeople I
people pple in other oter occupations OCUptoM have hae their theirtroubles theirtrouble theirtroubles
trouble troubles and insect Inot trouble are not not th thleast thleat ths thsleast
leat least of these the Formerly Jormerly they had toj tojcontend to tooontend I Icontend
contend with wltl grain weevils and Hour Hourbeetles flourbeetleswhioh
wevis tour tourbte
beetles bte beetleswhioh which they tbe thought thoulht very 01 trouble1 trouble1Home trolblI trolblIsme
Home sme but in recent rnt years yer the thpls these peels have havesunk h havesunk c
sunk intq Int insignificance inltnlfcnc compared cmpr1ith cmpr1iththe with wltlithe withthe I
the Mediterranean Melernen flour moth I It Is II now nowleS nowless i ilesa
less leS than thntwenty twenty years yor since tlnce hll hU Insect Insectllrst inll
first frt invaded the United Unite States Sttl but now nowIt nowIt nowithasapread
ithasapread It has b spread lprd until unti it Infests mills mis in nearly nearlyull nelrly 1 1al
all al parts pr of tle country countr and U It the main mainsource maln mainsource I Ilource
source lource of complaint complnt from the millers millersWhen mi millersThen r
When a mill mi becomes bomes badly bdly infested InfOtd It t in innecessary hInery i inecessary
necessary nery to clean clen up and fumigate at utlonger atlonger atlonger
longer shorter Intervals These
or opera oporatlons oporj operatlons
tlons are in themselves them elvl expensive expnflvc and the thfloss theloss >
108 loss U I greatly augmented by necessary aeccvtarystoppage De necessarystoppage r
stoppage of the mill millAmong mil millAmong
stoppge Among Amonp the insecticide Inlectlcd employed Imploye I Iagainst I IIlanlt Iagainst
against Ilanlt this tlll poet pt sulphur and nd bmulphld blsulphd btsulphfdiof i iof Iof
of carbon crbon have been n most DOt prominent prominentbut proml
but danger dnger of fire 1 Is 11 an objectionable objectionablefeature objectJonablefeture
feature feture with wth both Be BtldM Besides idm fumigation fumigationwith fumigtion fumigtionwth
with wth these thee has hl hasnever never been bn wholly wholy effective effectiveHydrocyanio efect effectivellydrooyanio ve veHydroanlo
Hydrocyanio Hydroanlo acid aclt gas was as proponed ten tenyears tenyor tenyears
years yor ago and some SODe g tests tMtl were made md mdwhich I Iwhich Iwhich
which did satisfactory
not prove entirely entrly ItlRfactor
Recently Rnty however this deadly ga g ha habeen habn has hasboon
been bn more fully fuly and Ind carefully carfuly tented tet with withmost withmot withmost
most mot promising promlllnl success suocosnThe 8UO successThe
i The United Unlt States Stat Department of ofAgriculture ofArculure ofAgricuiture
Agriculture Arculure has hal just issued 18ue Defrment a a circular circularKntomoloKV crcular crcularI circularI
and andillustrating andiustratnl andillustrating
I KntomoloKV 112 I fully fuly describing decrblng
illustrating iustratnl tho materials rntorl and rtd methods methodsto methoa methoato
to be employed The he chief danger dan or of ofu ofi
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selection of childrens chidrens two and threepiece sets setsin setsin setsin
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prices Cased in satin lined lned holly holy boxes to toplease toplcase toplease
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