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+ THE SUNTHURSDAY SUN THURSDAY MAY 26 1910
BALlIHGERFINCeOT BALUNGER PINCHOT REPORTS REPORTSTHEY
THEY WILL WI HE VIDE PUBLIC PUBLICAS PUBllCf1UV
AS W0 f1UV AS COVriBTKl COVriBTKlUojr vll rlw D DMU >
Uojr 11 Be Three 111 Beporta bat None Will WillHeM WlUnelll winilekl
HeM lUlllnicrr Guilty of Any An7Wvecg An7Wvecg1ammlttee OJ l rea reacommlltlft eo eoainralltea
ainralltea flue Me 4e Intrnll Int IntlIoldq o ef eflloldtnjc etIIskIl
lloldtnjc IIskIl tg Them tnlll nUi After Ktoetleo KtoetleoMAT HketloaWUHIOCOtof RleelleaWASMtrntnv
WUHIOCOtof MAT IIIThft M The statement ahttementnmylr statementf II4 t tmay
nmylr may I f + made madoupon do upon authoriiythat author AUhoril1 IT that the joint jointBUWflffirPtacbotlnroatUptlngcoramltteo JointBaIllngfrlIfIebot jolntBnd4nger
BUWflffirPtacbotlnroatUptlngcoramltteo BUWflffirPtacbotlnroatUptlngcoramltteohas BaIllngfrlIfIebot Bnd4nger Pklehet In Invetlgaling ycwl I Unc committee ooramhteehu committeeltu
has no ifltontioo l of pottponiojz th the publi publication publtaLtlen pubilcation ¬
cation of Ke It report r JOrt until u lll after the Novem November NOYem14r onm onmb ¬
ber CenaraM Cellc eiwttoos While the com comntjttra committ cornndttee
ntjttra mitt has ha taken no formal action in thematter the thamatter themaUer
matter throe ot Its It member said Id todaythat today todaythat toda7tat
that a report pBrt will wllllJ bo banded down as soon soonM 800Qthe aooue
M e the RUe flan be fully reviewed Iewed after aftertbe alterthe ttertbe
tbe mbi 1UInc of brief by counsel couanoLWhether COtIBlOLtthotr counselWTmrther
Whether tthotr the report port of the committee committeewill rommltttoe1WiI1
will be fltnl before Congrvo adjourn adjournsdaprota adjournc adjourndpaxb
daprota c t altogether IIIt < on the length of the thepresent tb tbtNN thetendon
present tendon smion on KhouUCongrasadJouin tUIouldCOIIlWoIadjownbIotetll
fwfere lh use cwnmluee mlulD completes iu report reportthe IIPOrtthe reportthe
the omnmilte will continue Its labors and andraake andlDI andmake
make e publkt pub In I ho Ih results Just aa soon 110OI1r as aspcavibU sap
pcavibU r p IIgs A momlwr Ir of tho committee committlleI committeertisde e eraado
I raado this statrmmt It today
The report that we have decldod to todefer toY
defer d tflr handing down our report until untilafter untilafter untilafter
Y r after th tlllI cl cl elections ctlpnii M Ia absolutely without withoutfoundation withoutfoundatinn ut
foundation I think it I hi the detlro of ofevery ofevery I
every one connected l with thin affair to tobring tabrine tobring I
bring it to an end d as a quickly aa puaviblo puavibloThe sxIblo1TII pibbTbosuggreUrnthat
The TII TbosuggreUrnthat sujritmtion Itllfltftl Um that the lUpubhout ltepubi n m mu u ubera i ij
ben or a majority of the Itepubllotn Itepubllotntoemhera Repubiotnrmemtn
j 1 toemhera are re ilkapomd d pled on the ground of ofpnllttml orpoIlltt1 utpefitlnd
pnllttml eipxdiency to dolay cIla making the thereport th thrt thereport
report rt it I absurd It would be much morehurtful more morehurtful 1 1I
hurtful politlcnllv to to kora k lb the t h report reportunder noportunder reportunder
I under cover until after after tha November Novemberelections iuyembtortWCIOllll Novemberelection
elections That would < 1 Rim rise lo raw mispicions IllWootf rawptcos
picions that might Injure the Re Kenublican Kenublicancause RfIlublicanOIJ8e ublkin ublkincruse
tf cause in the coming election The re report rerort reet ¬
port et will Iw ls glen to lh the public a aa soon 800QIt aa
It portcnmpktedand U completedami lyoomaYltateemlthali < lyoomaYltateemlthaliI you may state wnphsll wnphsllcallv
I callv thnt IU co contents ntnts will be known knownto
to the country long l ng before the campaignC campaign
gets C ta under way 1
There U at t loaxt a probability probabilitycaw that tbe tberoltlwd tbetIMI theme
caw may nl Iw I roltlmi of any anyThere political IlOlIticalaI politicalslgnIfcane x > UtIcal UtIcaltwo
aI 1Illkanre < by two or three of the Demo Democratic I PmoCratlo Democratio >
cratic member rigninR ltolo < the majority I msjurityreport majorityreport Ajuril1flp
report rt It lio l been > oiwumeil for several severalweeks aevars1week varal varalb I
weeks b that there would be three repwttatoo reports reportsono JPPOnaOQCI
ono hy the majority of the IUpublicana IUpublicanaanother IttotmblicaDlanothcr Itepubnanother
another by h Uopivwnutlv Madlnon Mild lOn a aRepublican auhll at1
Republican uhll 1 inaureent r and the third by h htliAt
Demmoocra known lbatithe lbatitheDsmoerate
t tliAt t1 e Democrats I ItIi It U I known that tha thaDemocrat lb
Democrat have been in consultation consultationwith
with Mr Madison with a vl view lew to reaching reachingan
an agreement rrrnent t with him that would en enable enable ¬
able them to sign the report which he
has in fount of preparation Just what whatproeress wbatProltJNll whatprogn
progn proeress + e haa ha l Isen > een made in three tb Decolla ¬
I Tone Is not ileOnitely < known The Demo Democrat 0em00crall Democrate ¬
crate who have been treating with Mr
Madison fad on are than representing np tloe the thllo thllo1ft House Houseon lionon
on the committee If there are any
Democratic alKnatiire on n tbe report of ofthe ofthe
the Republican uhlk4 majority they tI will III be those thoseOf
Of Democratic Senators SenatorsFrom SenatorYom t1tOlll t1tOlllrom
From all that can 1lanud be learned none of ofth
f th the reports rtI of the committee will bold boldtary
Secretary tary Ilalllnger to have ha been n guilty guiltyof
of any wrongdoing The minority report reportor IJOrt IJOrtor
or the report of Mr Madison and tli the
Democrats Dt as tho CAM may mA l lie will It ii I
b believed mUd Secretary tary Ilalllager IIAIi willi olttr
for alleged allflJfollacok lark of propriety In acceptinga accepting acceptingretainer accrptJnretainrr
a retainer soon after aft r his resignation JfI Jttlton from fromthe fromthe I
the office of Land rnmmiaaioner Comm UlIOlHf and some somemonth IIOmemonU somemonths
month before ho entered IM the Cabinet
from persons ae interested Int lcod in coal roaIland land claims tJ I
mAIIIIkA mAIIIIkAAritUlUtfIt inAlaskaArgument to Alaska AlaskaArgument I
Argument In the KallingerPmrhot KallingerPmrhotcase heiioger Pinchot Pinchotease
case will w1111Jt b be < begun before the joint cum cornmttee cummitten CUfI1mlUM
mitten on Friday Koch aide will have
fire fty hour in which to preaent lit I side itl
II Counsel C lJlI 1 will then have fifteen days in inwhich
I which to flle briefs I The committee will willtherefore I
therefore th tOtl hors 1uI th the complete record defer
It on June 13 Review of the testimony
u and the arguments by the committee committeewill col mlU
will wi then Im l 1N begun > egun n Just how long It Itwill itwill I
will take tho committee to reach Its It ran ranelusions conoluelona 1
elusions and prepare ila report U I prot pmhi >
j i lemaltcal I but a member of the tRlIlOmmillN tRlIlOmmillNl commute comutitteet commutesaid
t l said today t lay that the work would I be expo 11 ¬
F dited and the Ih reports undoubtedly undoubted I Iready b be beb
ready read for publication by the middle of
b
TJeay July JulyWhether J I
Whether ether the th report of the Joint com committee corne ¬
mittee will be i mode theubject the mibject of debate
In the House and Senate Is not certain aln
It ham not even en been I decide dlCid 1 whether whetherthe
the reports tI rtI will I 111I called lId up in either ith
body In the cane of the Uller
inquiry Inq lry Into the Ih vuhmarine ecandawhich scsndsl scsndslwhich IJIIfr
which Whl < h was handled by a House special specialcommit 1IleCiatocmmltl special specialcommittee I
committee commit ct a report was mad to the
House and nrl adopted That committee committeewaa COtnmlulotlloo
was created by a revolution r lmion III f the House
The Joint committee mmnllt Inquiring into the th
BolUngftrPinchnt Balinger Plndvt controversy tOlllrofln ny ho haa haastalWl a astatus aatatn
status in law It was created by Y a mean meanur m munt meaqtire
ur tire naiieed t by y the louse and signed < by
the Preaident It U charged with the th
duty of making an In investigation v t lotion and andreporting andreporting nd ndIPIOrUnc
reporting Vhethnr l thtr either house will 11 I to tocalled e ecalled
called on to adopt the Ih majority or minor
ltyreportisa Ity iwport 18 a loft JOIllt > mtyettolMd y yet to 1 le derided deridedThe dlcl cii < I IThe I IThe
The report was again revived today
that Mr nallinger won WOIlU 1 1 resign In Inthis
this thillatt latest report it was lAid that an agree agreRent 81t 81tlIIent agreemoot
Rent ha had < i already been made whereby
Mr Malinger ltaffin r would wotl 11ft retire rPlI from the Cabi Cabinet ChlIlet Cabinet ¬
net soon after the joint JointllOfllRl committee UICI had hadcomplotei hadoomplfltwt hadcompletes
completes its it labor lalmrsI
I has no Intention pf resigning resigningsaid
said Secretary try lUIKnger tonight I
have not talked with the President about aboutrraignlng aboutrraJ
rraJ rraignlng Ing nor hashn talked to me on the theubjWt theubJlIe thesubject
subject ubjWt I await the th reportlof the Joint Jointcommittee jointcommittee jointcommittee
committee with oonttdence conhidenauot oonttdenceUOVSK oonddeneeHOt
UOVSK HOt sE ttErtttLICAX CAUCUS CAUCUSKe CmCllw
Ke w ranelntlon C Reached en Pmtsl rMtlllutncl rMtlllutnclDaDk Hattnei HattneiBank xatingshank
Bank UIIIAdJeurneilTIIITa RIIItdJeurncdT111TaalgntWAnnrorox Tlc ilEnl ilEnlWaKllIxaiOv t tWAItfOIO
WaKllIxaiOv May fa IJA A Republican HpItllcanlI Republicanilouao I piitlcaJi piitlcaJiHoum
Houm lI u caucus wa < hell to tonight nlght for the thnpurpose thltPUJ11OlCl thepurpose
purpose of reaching MI agreement on this thnpostal thotI thispostal
postal I t1 Having bank bill It lasted J for formom formore
mom than three Ih hount 1mI11141nd and after It wim over I
1I0J houw loi lesdent lId nipren stpressed e < l tin th opinion opinionthat opiniontbAt npintenthat
that the Admlnltrati Adm InltraUlll1 n meosiirn tneaa + iro would WOOl
M 1 11 panned without any dltTirulty No Noconclusion SnCOIlCh1Jllon Nuconcitutnn
conclusion WM rearli 1lUl11OC1 d at tonight tonightrauriM ttnllthtnJI111114 tonightscaucus
caucus nn nnd i An niljournrnvnt IUtJ lJmmnt wan taken takenuntil takronWIlli takenuntil
until tomorrow nigttAll night nightAll IIIltAll
All told Ut 14 Knpnhllcans aruiirnrnj the thnroll IhotroI therob
roll call when wh n ItepmuintaUvn furrior of ototW
N New otW w Hampahlrn ohtlmun of th the Issue inueiis inueiiscollnd Iuellaw u ucalled
called w the meeting to onl onlr r A gnat many
Kepublic ns were alwent al f1l but 1 lle > OMunuirw OMunuirwLave Mtluranroobave
Lave been mreivntl y by 7 th the leaden that thatpractioilly tbtpractlmll1 thatpractallly
practioilly tlwentlrnlUpuUImn II the entire UN 1 Jspubiknn IIItn majority majoritywill maJorilW111urpnn
will W111urpnn support tli the bill which u cijxvusj emixw nt tetJ to
bn agrmd agTn l upon at the th meeting tomorrow tomorrownlcht Imorrownight tomorrownight
night or ort at a thin meeting c which may be IMcalled becall bemllel
called call for next week weeklieprwmlAtlTn wklPpI4I1Yft weekRprnentalfve
lieprwmlAtlTn Dwight of New i York Yorkthe
the itopuhluun whip whl elpreel expn Ip H the thooplnlfio tbeorInlno theopinion <
opinion that this rxotal r141 wnotl savings lank bill billwill billwin billwill
will bn piuiewl by y the llotimt 1101 by T a Itepubli Itepublican Il4 > publl publlcan
can majority of at Uuit twelve twnlvnFourteen tWllveFoun twelveFourteen
Fourteen Foun insurgents failed to put in an anappearance anap anappearance
appearance ap Some of them had an announced annouJ1teOI announced ¬
nounced beforehand that they Would Wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not enter lint fir the caucus Thy were Cooper
I lenront nrnnt and Nelson nn of Wisconsin ucnturln nDJrtn Davis Day
Halstead and Lindbergh Und rgb of Minnesota UnnlWltj
Hubhard and Woods of Iowa Norris Nor and andPoindexter anu
lIIuhaw of Nebraska N k Poindexter of I
Waaainetnn n Fowler Fow r of New ew Jersey J and
Omens of North Dakota DakotaThe DakotaThe DakotaThe
The debate demonstrated that the t great greatmajority MtlJority greatmajority
majority of the Rnpublieana blieana are more 100
friendly frla adly to the bill bi l than waa wa generally ClloerallIU generallySup
IU Sup uppmed uppmedThifn
There wsa eau only a brief rUsmnslon of ofnetlon ofsection
section Ioo B of the bilL This relates to the
dIp d < wit > itw itfnn on > n of fund deposited la postal
tanks and III I really rtI1 y the only 0111 poln polntkt li ooo cottrwveny oootrnversy 0011tntYtny
trnversy Indications Indl atltxu are that at the thendjnuntnil theadjeereed
ndjnuntnil meting tomorrow night a aeampramiite aWilt aeen
eampramiite een prem4e will bot j effected oo this pro rllOo pro111i41 riroj >
w wI 111i41 111i41enFISf
j enFISf fI1lI TJ7 ISl ISImIWltl nVXnoitKIXOBALAXCE nVXnoitKIXOBALAXCEOffiriaU lGBUA CF CFrial
OffiriaU rial Admit lImlt That It May fl Rnrtnk IOhrtlllcloll as asIxiw asLow
Low loll a a looooooo In Jane JaneWiBHiJwmx JanWUHllfCltof JaneWANiNnmv
WiBHiJwmx May 71Treasury JS Trea ury offl offlcUM omcW emobka
cUM admitted today that before Jim la I
fr sdvoAfml tile daily dAi working balance balanceof
of fltW ter tfc InvenHBent I may maelmbk sbrtoik aa low M as110erilr1
SMfiMeat 1 IfjAlf The working bolABce ce which whichthe 1rtt1ehtTlNIIMtry whicheke
the Treaaury would like Mketo lo see on the tbedaUr daily dailyeesh
ph M IltAlfI tatsrtnt lenv > nt t ta unmnwnern wilena around
t lGIIrtoO O ere > 1 1he ii he present worktag balance
is lira tl t 1 mown r < WHMn a few days rtarspojrmenia ria riarrlIoo daysPareenis
pojrmenia for rrlIoo Ihe i h Panama rAICMaI rAICMaIntlflr Canal pessiaea pessiaeaSM
SM other exixndituree Cxt enditIfM are expected to torri tore4wlt toredure
re4wlt rri It rrpa A rratemllv lIafI lItI It was w asserted n
todty tCh th fhi even i n if r the balance ce did to
down > wn fr t 4n r mriw r a bend issue woitU
Rot Lo a 1EI4ttI11e0fMAlJ 1EI4ttI11e0fMAlJa utcty Leotssary
a
LOUIS LOUISROEDERER LOUISROEDERER LousROEDEHER
ROEDERERCHAMPAGNE ROEDERER ROEDERERCHAMPAGNE ROEDEHERCHAMPAGNE
CHAMPAGNE CHAMPAGNEBRUT
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43 Bearer St New N York YorkTO YorkTt YorkTO
TO nKTlttK FKHEttAL CLERKS CIEttKSrmldrnt CIERIIIrftldmt CLERKSPresident
President and Cabinet Approro the lb Plan Planami Phansod n nntl
sod ntl nil n III A bk k Congress O IfttI to Alt AetWAUitlNornx AltW ArtWAanucomt
WAUitlNornx W ASlTUCCJto May ttPreddeat M t61 Preoldeat Taft TattI Taftand T ft ftami
and bw Cabinet bAy approved a plan planfor p1ator planfor
I for the retirement of superannuate superannuateGovernment lliperanDuatfllGovemnvnl superannuatedGovernment
Government employee In the closelflci closelflciwrvice duel ed lfldervke ednll
wrvice nll and within a few day a petitionaeking petition petitionasking peUtionklnc
asking klnc Congress for legislation Jtion will willcircliialtoci be betiirciilateil becirculated
circulated among the th employees mpOHlt In this thustity thiscity Ihrtity
tity Thus petition approved by b the thoAdministration theAdmDitratioo theAinlitrstlon
Administration will U sent to Congress Congressaud CoU1Weaud Con real realand
aud it la hoped will influence the Mfi Mfilator IeJla k klatord
lator to put through some sort of rvtliv rvtlivm rethlwmnt 1Irv 1Irvment
m ment nt plan planTbe 1anI1lCI planThe
The presentation to Congress of a peti petllion petition petition ¬
tion airncd liinNnil by or Government employee is
unusual Government Ouveron mt clerks are pro proIalbitn pro Drohikited prohiUtrd
hiUtrd from rom asking kine favors tUOfIfur for themselves themselvesbut themerrs themerrsbut IMOUIt IMOUItbut
but after r the President had heard ud the thoarguments thearcurncmll thearguments
arguments of some of his adviser in inregani Inrelanl inregard
regard to retirement plan lie D waived waivedtbe Yaifdtbe waivedthe
tbe rule I The petition therefore will willbegin willwain willbegin
begin Its Journey W1txlUt about tbe departments at atono atunOll atonce
ono onohtb While htb the Prrsi President < lent bat not committed committedhimself rommll committedhimself Od Odhll11tIOlt
himself to any nYIptdRo spedflo plan of retirement retirementit
it I II understood that one involving con contributions lOOtributloll cnttibulione ¬
tributions by employees tbrmselve t u uptabl4 U Uacceptable Isacceptable
acceptable ptabl4 to bUn This would relieve relievethe IlIe IlIeI relievethe
the I Treasury eventually from practically practicallyall rctI I
all 11 of th tM expense II and would not look lookso Iuokau kookso
I so much like establishing a civil p pension plDllioullat n lon lonlist
list to which Congress object objectAdmlnsltrauon objectAdmlluitraUon
Admlnsltrauon advisor have felt that thatsome thatsome
some scheme of taking tkin care of super superannuated lu superannuated r raonuatld ¬
annuated employees of the Government Governmentls ovflmlMntICeMIJy
ls I necessary There am In the depart departments dflJ1GrtrMntl departments ¬
ments many clerks who haw laa reached reachedan
an ago 18 when w they tbe are unfit for further furtherservice rurtherIce furtherservice
service Ice and are really mom mo of a detri detriment t1f11r1mnt detriment ¬
ment than a help At the lame time timetbe timetbe timethe
tbe administrative officers reallm that thatgreat tbatI thatat
great at I hardship would bo worked them tbtomif themretirement
If retirement Itlr nt were wtoJttld forced
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boat Flu ha arrived at Province Provincetown ProYincetown Provincetown
town the cruiser New ew York Y orlt at Sped and andtli andtbot andhis
tli his battleship Iowa at Annapolis AnnapolisThn
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Delaware Breakwater for Annapolis and andthe andIbe andthe
the cruiser Charleston from Siianchal 81 oCbal for forYokohama rorYokohama forYokohama
Yokohama
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The question of Introducing a new newemployer newomrloyenr newemployers
employer liability I 1 idll > 111 In the Legislature Legislatureproviding 1Paturorrovfdlnc
providing 1 dh g for compensation n for Indus Industrial Induaotrial Industrial
trial accident by which employee will wllnot wlUnot willnot
not have to encounter ft1C1Oun 1 delay In suit suitfor IUIitor suitefoe
for damagns for accidents through failure failureto
to safeguard machinery J1 was dismissed dismissedyesterday ditcuvrcyesterday diac diaceotftda
yesterday eotftda at t a meeting of the tb I01I1J1 committee committeeof t ICI
of the tlvio Federation on Compensa Compensation Compmatlnn ¬
lion for Industrial Aockfcnt and TheirProvemtbn Their TheirPrevention I
Prevention In the library of tbe Metropoiltan Metro Metropolitan lI11troroUtl1 ¬
politan Life Building BuildingIn
In a statement lsu issued < < l in reference referenclo
to the meeting it wa held that the com compulsory cornpulsory ¬
pulsory compensation act of the Wain Walnwright WainwriCbt Wainwright
wright commission on which Oov 00 Hughea Hugheasigned llualweallJ1Cd liugbrsigned
signed on Wednesday did not satisfy satisfyrganl2ed lalla lallaorrant satisfyovganlad
rganl2ed > War bvraiue 181I the prorltion prorltionn
In n th the law were w insufficloat eion elQPt > t in intrad Intradwt intrade
trade tradwt o cored a AI extra hocardouii It Itwo IIw Itwas
wo w was charged that it did not afford im immediate 1mmedIAte immediate ¬
mediate relief II and did not eliminate eliminatetho ellntlnatthe
the great cost of bringing suit for forAmoon tordam fordamages
dam damages Among those present nC were
August AUI Belmont DeImonC who presided II aIdetJ Otto OttoEidliU OttoEIdIita OttoEtdiita
EidliU Oeorga K Kmrnon Lewis Lew W WParker WParbr WParker
Parker W D Baldwin K W De DIIIAO I Ii Iron IronJ
J i D Beck P Twumsph Sheridan George GeorgeMct GeorpL
L Mct McLNn an Louis I B Hchramm and Lewis LewiT LewllT
T Bryant BryantMr
Mr Belmont In opening the tb meeting meetingaid
aid thai the committee u wiui sa appointed to tocum tocume tocuma
cum to some oro satisfactory agreement acrwmentto a ao as asto
to o what kind of comnocaaUon com Uon bill would wouldM
bot M the most likely lIicel to be fair and reasona ¬
isle bl The comniltlm had held several severalmeeting sreralmeetings 1Wal 1WalJ11CIetll1C1
meeting and was we coming nearer nll to an onagreement anantulent anagreement
agreement P Teeumsoha T umM J1NOII > li Kberman for forbe turtbe forthe
the be legal commute on compensation compensationaid
aid Id that several of the members had met metml metalUl metsoil
soil ml drafted the skeleton of a bill lie Hoadded lieadded H Hadded
added
addedThe
The substance of the plan In this bill bills
I is s based on the English compensation law lawho 11 lawThin
Thin ho plans pku alall an very ry broad and what wo wotave
have tave drafted lo the merest outline of a
bill subject to modiflcntlon or Improve Improvetornt improvebentl improvelnenta
tornt torntTbe bentlThe lnentaThe
The draft of the proposed meoture meoturewovided mureprodded maaureprovided
prodded that In aaso of fatal accid accident nW
the ho relative a it the deceased d were entitled entitledto
to three yarn of tho wages 1tII he had been beenearning IINAeamlDa beenearning
earning not to exceed 13000 100 or to be bethan lees lcathan leesthan
than tlouo In com nona wore actually
dependent dent on him the damages would woo b IM IMoso beIn e ein
oso osoin
in case of permanent nt disability d b1lity by
aoddont the bill provided that the dls dlsablmi dI dIabl1 diabled
ablmi worker would get onehalf the tbewages tb tba8oI thewag
wages wag a8oI he had been earning not to exceed exceedtu
sill tu a week for ten years In rase of ofartlal orprtlal ofonnehalfioof
prtlal onnehalfioof > artlal inability the he Iferenure would be of rntltled to tomohalf toooehalr
mohalf of the UinVrrnca i of tho thenti thentietwa etwa wage es
be b 10 bad bats earning 1I111C before he was w In Inured ¬
lurid andthote bo b could ram after his hisnjury hi hi10Jury
Injury An Analterntttbresystem nall alternative tivelemotdamag ystem of damages ofdamageswee damageswas
was 11 provide b lea which If there was a aplan aplan
plan > lon among the workers of insurance IniturancorciamsgMthlsrlancoulttl IlIlIUrlUltltortamaCIII
tortamaCIII fordamagee orciamsgMthlsrlancoulttl tllll clan coull substituted be >
It waa w deride that when the Legal
Committee on Compensation bait agreed azreedn a rHd rHdon
on n the tentative draft of the hill it should shouldM
bet M submitted to members of tbe Uniform
State LAW IA Commissions Comml lo l and to the State Statewr
bar wr asoriation before any faction Waataken was wasaken w wla
taken la and their opinion would 1iJ ke asked askedas
as to lla coMttturioMlily routltuttoRalllWhl
While Whl he I meeting tinlf ir wet cobig t on in the
Mntropohtan Ufo Hulkting a convention conveutienof
of retirewnMtlvm reJfIC tA II of the I labor Ia lIor IMKMSI IMKMSIand 111I1011 Imonsand I Iand I
and the Korfalfots iIla wa < i m smwon at t Ihe Ihethoirn Bee I i I
tborvn Hall Fifth strait near Thielavehue Third Thirdavefluf Thlnlantlllf
avefluf > which was called 1Itd originally ortl wdl1 to
denounce the Watnwright bal Icorg
CsiHard of th the Brotiierbnodof larpMit rs rsprmHfed nlI1fIIkltd rsIerenlded
prmHfed fiDMichrs R ed were mach by b Alxor Alxornon AI AInoa Algernon
non Lee an anil 111 Morris OT HUieptitdenouneing HUieptitdenouneingI Hlllajut L denouncing I I I
tha tb measure A laige4Aid lAiwiMrl I Mrrv taobnthNt Alitlnn i
wupsmasdoondemalnaltaslnulapJAt wupsmasdoondemalnaltaslnulapJAtIxcux1sE was wpeliiMd passed condemning OndH i j iii It as iR lnode ri < iuat iuatIXCHKASI t It I IIXCRIU
IXCHKASI IAMKXcrn RiTEs JJITJTSAll 1
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All HallreacU Out of r nil lily Tit wm nllle Hcaa HcaaKile anoPile I
Pile New N TMIT With the Cemmlnlen CemmlnlenWittiiKOTON omml lon > jWUIUXOTON iWuntxomt
WittiiKOTON May It Xt Unofficial Omcial in information Intormatlon information ¬
formation Itaa reached the InUrntata InUrntataCommerce Int IntenttoCommerce tto > ICCmme I
Commerce CommlMlen that all railroads n lraad I Iout iout Iout 1
out of Sew York citv rit with the pa poIIIjbl poeiUiexception ible iblexcentlnn i ielOlftlnn
exception of the th New York New Haven Havenand havenand
and Hartford will lllOOfI noon Wn with the Ih com comtnUnion cootmission
mission new penmwager I ueejr r riff chewing llhowln
horizontal h lutlrwsee luer w < M > s in I pa 11MeIIr MeHgr < rates lIIl i
Irttculariy isrt c l + riy eommutat commutation en rah ratty See Snrral flnywk Seeoral
oral ral weeks ago 0 tint tit Yew York ort Sew i haven Havwiand havenand
and Hartford taniardir tandrdiI Mi tu rat rated < M by
making IACTHOMM 1 oI all along thn him < < > in inpasMRK leipassenger I
passenger r fan fare ai at4 Im I Inter toor also imTw 1ntlOONtod d
it itJI rates to commuters mnirmit ro Aeonhiiic Aooon IIIC to toIlatonMtloll
iafermatlon that lias 1 reached WaMiJBg WaJaJnton wac
ton other railroad entering New York Yorkwilt Yorkwill
wilt 11I now follow Urn U exoatpla e DI le mH by thai I
li New Haven It Is predicted that the m mcnuue wereaae increase
crease In passenger cor rate ral will be th the most mostoomprelienelve i ioomureheiwlvn
oomureheiwlvn trade In recent years N f
Tlra T e Xew ew York Sew haven and nd Hartl Hart
ford road made a horizontal ItorilOl1lllfIlIrtII InertnM of
five cent per ticket oa all ticket colt by
thecomiiany h the com1 COJDIIiW any of of3130anlover tl II3 Handover anti OYtr Tl TIle > eraU eraUwhleli ralacr ralacrliMe ralewhich
liMe the tb S Xew ew York ork Xew tw Haven and
liartfonl made In sixty IIIU trip commutation commutationtickets
tickets ekel was a substantial me For or in instance InatAnOll Instance
stance they tbeyllKJ8M1tI increased the rates ra on these I ItJckllll
ticknts from Sew ie York erk lo Mount Vernon tJrnOllI I
from SftO J MO 0 lo 30T3 W n to Pelhain from U fJ4 f3sato UI UIto
to 17 I1O 05 and to sew Rochelle from W MS ttbto M Mtt I Itl
tt 17 1111 M The New ifl Haven road also 11 filed flje1at nlat filedat
at that limo supplemental prllnfInlallarilll lanfls sltowlng
increases IBene of al about > > oiit lYe cents a ticket tonearly to torearly 10rl1
nearly rl1 all taken The Increase 111 In Inwages inwages
wages U I mid In Ir I the ohi chief f reason 11011 for forthn
thn hot raising IIRC of the New Haven UAY rate and i
it fcllkrly I lIicllr likelr that other roads d out of Xsw i I I1ork
York will make their lnrrcai < on the tboname ItaMille i isame
name ground I i
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t to the Public IUtIUcWUJWrmur PublicWaafuxotox
WUJWrmur Mar lra SS8enator Senator fa faToilette fAFollette LaFollette
Follette of Wisconsin occupied the floor floorn
la n the Senate tuo tu t of the day da in discuss dtcusme d discusslug cuuoIne >
me the railway rail bilL Mr U Folletto had hadnot hadnot badnot
not finished when adjournment waa w taken takenand tlltenand takenand
and Intimated that bo would take up upmoot upmOil upmoot
moot of tomorrow tomorrowTho
Tho WUcontln Senator found only tour
provisions la tea railway bill of value to toho tothe tothe
the general public Ho U found nine whichto which
be to declared are of no value to the th rail railroad railroad railroads ¬
road Of the th four in the eta of the tbopubllo b bpubUo thepubilo
publlo all remain rwaalr11a In the bill at present presentf
or f the tbell1De nine which he believe are not In the tbonteroata theinterMta lb lbintu
interMta intu nteroata et of tb t e rallrooda all but coo or orwo ortwo ortwo
two wo have been tnodlQed in Important Importantparticular Impureantparticulara ImportantparUwlatr
particular or dropped entirely entlrel from the thomoamire theU1OIUre themeasure
measure moamireTbo U1OIUreThe measureThe
The four provWooa of value to the thoeoeral theleneral thegeneral
general eoeral publlo found by Senator LA Fol Folettointheblltarai Follette Vollettin
lette lettin ettointheblltarai ettointheblltaraiAuthoridng ID u bill arel arseAuthoring arelAuthorillna
Authoring tile commission to control controlideation eoatrolclaatldatIon controlclaaddation
claatldatIon ideation and nd to Issue order ord baaed baaedpen tuedupon basedupon
upon investigation made on their own ownultlative OW OWInIUaU owninitiative
initiative InIUaUutt initiativeAuthoridng ultlativeAuthorising
Authorising utt th commission oolt to establish blth
tbrougb urougn nnououu ratuennd auiaunzuc uw shipper snipperto shipperto
to route hi bit own shipment shipmentProviding ahlPIlMllltProTidlol ablpmemtProviding
Providing penalties for Incorrect state statement ltatemeat statement ¬
ment of r rate by a railroad company
Authorizing Authorf the oommieaioa Cc oa to suspend suipendpropoeed iWDeadpropoeed suspenda
a propoeed new rat rate for four month monthAt mon monthsAt L LAt
At one point t in his pooch Senator SenatorLa
La Folletto shouted shoutedIf
If Boosters listen to mo l I will brine
them to a reaUsatloaof the fact that they theylavo
ban lavo the eina of many ban Gangrene Con to totoo toatone toatone
atone too for befora they tbe pan this bill billlie billu billlie
lie u added that b be wished to address addrecpart add addresspart
part of hU remark to Senator Elklas Elklasislrmtn ElklrwChaIrman Elkluchairman
ChaIrman Of the Interstate Commerce CommercelommittM CommerceC4mm1ttN CommerceCommittee
Committee but sold he the Senatordorenotdomethehmorofbeingpresent Senator Senatoro SentordOlO
dorenotdomethehmorofbeingpresent dorenotdomethehmorofbeingpresentOh dOlO o a not dometti dome tile honor of belngpreeent belngpreeentOh
Oh Oh yes ho h does d bon dioruaea sorer sorerSenator several nra1I severaltienatc
Senator a from the Republican aide sloeAh aideAh IdoAb
I Ah I IIIIe see ho Ia i on th tho Democratio tide tideof Itcenrthe sldeor
of nrthe the chamber cbamber1IftIII w was the comment of the
IWiaoontln I statesman ° I do not know knowwhat knowwht knowwhat
what mlasedthim he e U doing 1Io1n < over there I had hadfrom hadI hadmlasedthim
rnlhlm from hi his seat eatIt seatIt I IIt
I It I generally erally conceded by Republi Republican ¬
can leader lNdtrllD In the Senate that a final vote votecm voteeel oteIII
cm III the rallwaV rallw bill will not be taken inthis In Inthe Inthe
the ifenote before before the middle or last of ofnext 01nut ofnext
next week weekFederal weekFrdral weekNcw
Ncw Federal four for Kaitrrn Ft District DKtreti Districtof
i or few lW York TerfcWisnixoTox TrtrW YorkWAInIXOTOx
WisnixoTox W May Ia M 71Tho Tho bill pro providing proktllJlr proTiding ¬
viding a new Federal court for the thisdEastern theEastern I IEutcR
Eastern District of New ie York Y ark which whichInclude whi whichInclude b
Include long Island and Staten Island Islandwas I
I was favorably reported today by the theClouse
UOUM Judleiary Judlel Committee CommitteeThe Commit CommitTh CommitteeThe
The Th measure was w Introduced br Ia Repre Repres Re ReI Ben1saatattve
ntative s I Calder of New ew York who called calledattention tI1edJltlClfltlon I Iattention
attention to the fact that while whlie whh a the State BIIand i ilutd
and Municipal Judges Joo receive Wconoo WconooIn cooooIn
In salaries th the one on Federal Judge who whoreeelv whoreceives
receivM Wooo ha II to review revl much of ofVie ofThe j jhe
Vie he work of the State and municipalcourts municipal municipalcourt
court courtsI courtabanJlDe I
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WASBIXOTOW May JTbe ZJ The Senate SenateCommittee 1
Committee on Judiciary ha II agreed to toreport toreport i
report favorably a proposed amendment amendmentby
by Senator Clarke Wyoming changing changingI dwI 1n1C 1n1Ctbt
the date of Inauguration lnaU < of President and andVkvFnsidcnt andbPnaldmt andlkePresident
VkvFnsidcnt to the but Thursday In InA In
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Golden Rnlo KoWer Roipeoded RoipeodedriJiTtLAND tlttpmcledC1IL1ND RurpendsdCiZTILAND
riJiTtLAND May 11 15 rPolice Police Chief Fred FredKohfer FredKoh FredKohler
Kohfer Koh r was suspended by 10 Mayor Herman HermanBaehr H JlII1DAJ1IJAtbr < > nnan nnanKarhr
Karhr pending bearing before the tb dvll dvllerrle dvliservice
service errle lee commission on charges char n of Im Immorality 1mmolil lmmorality I
morality dnmk dnmhnnlaoomPffllllCY dnmkenness nneM Incompetoncr and andfallurn andfailure 4 4taUurlt
failure to obey o 01 > > ry order filed against him himjrrstvnky hlnyesterday I Itvrday
yesterday tvrday i II <
CAST OUT DEVILS FOR FORAND 3M 3MAlt 65 65AND
AND Alt EJECTED A JERSEY WITCH WITCBFOR rrncFon WITCHroll
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The Kaftan All Found Yellow aatf aatfBlark UIIIBlark sadBlark
Blark Prwdrri and a Sine RB IUal o8Around R6ALeaAround a aAroanri
Around the Knee Geed aa Prescribed aalrnutbedIIJ PmcrtMdbjr
bjr Csrratta Grand HlreetArmlad HlreetArmladMr
Mr 11 Leonora eonora lUiTano of U Wallace Wallaceavenue alUttaremw ala alaI
avenue Jersey City awok on the more moatIfg momIn moreof
In Ifg of MATCH I feeling ill In the after afternoon rnOOD afternoon
I
noon she he cam over to Manhattan to coo cooMrs lOt11J1 seelent
Mrs CartmlA Rubino nba sib of the magic magtaformula I IIClolormula magicformula
formula end incantation a benefoctrm benefoctrmof benerad
of ailing Italian and a dweller at ato X Grand Grandttrevt GIDdtnet Grandstreet
street ttrevtMr streetMrs tnetU
Mr U Hiiklno faro her a yellow powder powdeiand powderand
and told her r to sprinkle Ifr freely lreel on hw hwrhMt hIIrbett herchest
chest and shoulders and all would b bwell be beWCIL bewell
well Then TbtDfre Mrs Rublno collected coUtetedA 0 0A 0A
A few day later at midnight Mr MrRublno H HRubino MrsRubino
Rubino appeared at the Jiuffano homo and andannounced actannOUDl8d andannounced
announced that thatdevlandevi darlU and nil apirttswers apirttswersflitting cplrita cplritaflitting WItN WItNillttlne
flitting about the th house and oho alone alonoknew alonenew aloneknew
knew how to db dtentl l them She told the tbomuch tbemuch themuch
much perturbed Mrs Mr 11re lluffeno to fill a apen apenwith ton panwltb tonwith
with sand nut SU In It and jclvo It to her ber8he herShe herShe
She would burr It la the earth four blocksaway blocks blookaawar biOIaaway
away Mrs Kubtao left with the pan of ofsand 01MIld ofsand
sand and the th tu Mno DO DOTn evil spirits Il1rititroub1 spiritstroubiod iplrlutroubled
troubled l her thenceforth Mr Huffano Rtdfanoconsidered Huffanoconsidered uJranoCONldered
considered the mousy mOD well expended expendedHomo oxf1l11dedHome expendedSome
Homo time later afflicted w with th a recurs reonr reonrrenco rocmre
renco re of the stomach trouble that had hadbothered hadlICItherwd badbothered
bothered her before Mr liuffano a apla aplawnt eisluwent < aln alnwent
went to eo the narrelloua Carmela CarmelaThis
11 This > U time she lib says rs she wa told to tie U a ablue ablue ablue
blue ribbon firmly around her left Ie knee kneeand kn knIIDd kneeand
and all min would vanish For or this thlaremedy th thremeel thisremedy
remedy remeel Mra Ruffano paid another tan smTDO tanMr OMra
Mr Mra RaMno D no n CAme TDO to be regarded regardedaa
aa t tho lb e = regular rego regon a family family physician Fire of ofMra oflire ofMrs
lire Buffanoa UUII children were wereror powdered powderedfor
for ailment at 10 a child Her husband huabandGiovanni husbandGlovanol
Giovanni suffering from rheumatism rbeumatitmreceived rheumatismreceived
received an application of Mr Mrw Rubino Rublnoblack Rubinoblaok Rubinoblsdt
black powder for J30 0 For US the th Buffanoa Buffanoaoldett ButrlauoldNt 8uffsnosoldest
oldest eon Leonard according to Mr MrItuUno In MrsRubino
ItuUno escaped arrest on autpldon ofbeing of ofbelnc otbelnc
belnc a murderer murdererPresently murdererPriJlcmtly murdererPraentiy
Presently Ur 11J1 RubIno told Mra Buffano Buffanothat DuJranothat Ilutfanothat
that her husband waa 11 wasthinklngof thinking of deserting desertingler
her ler The only onI method of preventing preventing4iU ttnr
this for all time wa to out 011 off all the thefinger Uteline theas
line finger nail on her right band llkewlj llkewlja
a couple of taueta twer twerfrom from from her bawl I wrap wrapthem
them In a J20 10 bill and band the th paokago paokagoto p g gto
to Cancels Tide waa w don Mr lira Mrso Mrsosays Buffaao lJuIraDoand Buffaaoaaro
says and Ih she ho baa her husband yet Jltlira yetMrs
lira Ouffano lara that Mrs Robkto Robtnothan Robktothen bIDothen
then Informed her that Oamjela Palermowho Palermo Palermowho Patormowho
who lived with the liuffanoa WM w bewitch bewitched bewitchand ¬
ed and wa the CUM of all their atokaeta atokaetafhe aidmenme obI obITh
fhe Th only thing lnl to do was to eject her herTbo WThe herThe
The lodger but to leave I and Mra Rublno Rublnoweired BublDorecelvod Rubinoreceived
received ISS for rorYin caving the family ramll ramllConchetto
Conohetto HpinoUa f a of cillt It Wallace WailaouNl1u WailaouNl1uleney WallaceJersey avenue avenueFeney
Jersey City bad ha4Po a tweatrfouryearold tweatrfouryearolddaughter tHlltfrOUfo twentyfouryearoil twentyfouryearoildter Q Qdaughter
daughter who was very ill The mother motherMr motherpald motherpaid
paid Mr rs Rubino lit 11 for two visits and andagreed and11I andagreed
agreed 11I to pay pa her SO SO if the daughter daughterrecovered dauht h hreooered = r rrecovered
recovered within a > week The dauzhUr dauzhUrdied daud1t1rdied dauhterdied
died and Mr 11ra Mublno refrained from fromoolleotlnc fromcollecting rom romeolleotlnc
collecting the fifty fll Thla failure at bat batarouetd 1Mt1OU lestamused
amused the stupldon IUI suspicion doni of the th Buffano Buffanoand BuIfllOland Bulfanceand
and when Mr 1IJ1 Rublno mad the threat threataccording Ib Ibooordinc threataooordIng
according to ira Buffano that thatwould ah ahwould ht htwould
would bring bade all th the sickness to the thefamily theImlly thisfamily
family If f they UI ever er told any one on of her hermiraculous bermlra hermiraculous
miraculous cure CUIMo they decided that thatthe thatIbe thatthe
the ago of mirodea wa w put and complaittd com complained compl1Mid ¬
plained to the police policeHo
Ho Detective M Trabuod Trabueclod and Custaenlno Custaenlnoof
of tb thtliew the New York h headquarters adouart ra a warrant warrantcharging warranthrtrnc warrantcharging
charging Mr llJ1 Rubino with practising practisingnvdldne practisingmedicine
medicine without a license and arrested arrestedher orreaWdhn
her In the J Jefferson eron Market Court Courttenia yes JTMterday yesterds
tenia terday she ah waived examination and wa wah WAIhd washeld
hd h ld for trial Qlmeppo Bcottellaro of ofIftS orIllS ofla
IllS Mulberry street furnished furnished the MGO MGObaillltt 600 600bail B00ball
bail baillltt set by blIaattrate bJrMi Ma strata Kernoclian KernoclianIn
In all Mr Ira Uuffano ano aay Mr I Rublao Rublaooollect RublrtoooIleciOO Rubinooolleeted
oollect ooIleciOO d 10 OO from her for her serif of ofmaglo ofmaslo ofmagio
maglo cure cureParran curerinse
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rinse rraa Named to I IIt1eoNdCClllcraaaa IIt1eoNdCClllcraaaaJtDdd oaeeed CongreaoBaa CongreaoBaaModd
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BaLTUioa May a7 IThomu M Thorn Parran Parranwaa ParrariUJ1AIIImOUlI
waa unanimously nominated for Congress Congnoatoday ConIfMlltoda Congresstoday
today toda by the Republican In the th Firth FirthDistrict I1ttDIetrIet FifthDistrict
District Sydney Mndd MiiddJrwhoM l1I Jrwb Jrwhle father fatherMr fatherMr 1 1Ir
Mr Ir Parran will probably succeed the thodltrict thedlltrict thedistrict
district being heavily heavI y Republican sec seconded Mennded seaLaded ¬
Laded Panan ParranTanominatlon ahomlDtloa Congressman CongressmanMudd Con Conudd amsq
Mudd udd U atlll at a sanitarium In nI Phila Philadelphia PhlladphIa Philaddphla ¬
delphia Parrtn was w Mudd lieutenant lieutenantand Ibute ant antand
and la party part leader In aouthem Maryland MarylandHe
He I fa SO 0 year old oldIndiana oldladlan oldIndiana
Indiana Democrat Name UI Crayfor Gray fer Car Cargnu CeaRicmioxn C CIPIII
IPIII IPIIIRtCIDlOXf gnuRtcmfoxn
Ricmioxn Dd Ind May y a UJ1Dley FInley H Hdray HrJray HGray
dray of ConnenviU wa w nominated for forCongrm forlonJN81 forlongrns
Congrm by the Sixth district Democrat Democrathere Democrmere
here ere today The resolution indorsed Indoraodlov
toy Marshall and United State Senator SenatorHhtvelr BeIatorhII SenatorShively
Hhtvelr hII but did not mention the candidacy candidacyof and bacy
of r John W Kern
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