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I OF A QUALITY QUALITY1STO47 PAPER PAPEROF XlRTYji THE W WASHINGTON SHINGTON HERALDNO47 HERALD t Arirage a DaRy Vt 26 I It ItOF 14 14I 14NO4
1STO47 7 WAS WASHINGTON WASEINGTON HI N G TO N J D C F FRIDAY It I DAY NOVEMBEB i 0 V nB E It 23 2 3 J 1 1906 906 ONE ff NT
THIRTEEN KILLED IN INCRASH INORASII
CRASH OF LINERS LINERSChalge LINERSCharge
Charge Negligence in Wreck WreckofWilliehnclerGrosse Wreckof Wreekof
ofWilliehnclerGrosse ofWilliehnclerGrosseGKSAT of Will M lui l del Grosse GrosseG1U4T
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GKSAT G T BREACH JS INBOW INBOWt BOW BOWPassengers
4 t Passengers Including IllClud lg Washing WasMiigtonians Washingtonans as1ling as1lingi
i tonans in Frenzy of Fear FearSafely FearSaCeI FearSafely
Safely SaCeI Transferred to Cherbourg CherbourgWhere ChcrlJOurgVhere CherlourgWhere
Where Tlicr The Will ViII Take Other OtherSteamships OtherSteam OtherSteamihips
Steamships Steam hils Thirtytwo Drowned Drownedin
in Big Storm Sweeping the Great GreatLakes GreatLakeSlx GreatLnkeSIx
Lakes LakeSlx Six VeHnels Are Sunk and andthe andthe andthe
the Loss Los Aggregates A grelate 1OOOOOO 1OQOOOODROWNED 1OOOOOODROWNED 1OOOOOODROWNED
DROWNED IN WRECKS WRECKSPlace WRECKSPlace WRECKSPlace
Place Drowned DrownedCherbourg DroI1cdClerIJour DrownedCherbonrg
ClerIJour Cherbourg France IS ISTllnskegou IUJlu5Itelon 133lulcegon
Tllnskegou Mich MichToronto S Sloronto SToronto
Toronto Ont OntSandusky OatSandulzy G GSanelusk <
Sandusky Sanelusk Ohio OhioMldlakc 6 6Jlldlake 03lldlakc
Mldlakc Brie Brie3Iidlake 7 7JUdlake 73lidlake
3Iidlake Michigan SlichiganGrand J1i MichiganGrand J1lgan 2 2Grand
Grand Rapids RalJidll Mich Mich3Inrlncttc Ulch 1 1Jlarlnette 1Marinette
3Inrlncttc WIs WIsCedar Wl Vill 1 1Ceelar 1Cedar
Cedar Point PointTotal 1 1Total 1Total
Total i iCherbourg 1ChertHMlq 13 13herburg
Cherbourg France Ftame Nor 22 22Tlalrtieen 22Tlalrtieenper8ObC Thirteen Tbfrtenpersons Thirteenperson
person were killed and nineteen were se serioualy se serioullly ser1ouZy
rioualy Injured in the collision near this tbteport thIaport thisport
port last night J between the North Ger German German German ¬
man Lloyd liner Kaiser Wilhelm WI ielm der derGrosse derGroese 4crGrosse
Grosse bound for New e eck and the theBritish theBrtt theBrttih
British h Royal Mail ster Orinoco Orinocobound OriDocobound Orlnocobound
bound for West Indian ports portsThe p6ra p6raThe p rt rtThe
The bow of the Octetoco ground UD4l into the thesteerage thesteerage thesteerage
steerage of the Kaiser WHhehn der derGrosse tierGIOSMp derGroose
GIOSMp Grosse kitting four eiw persona and injuring injuringa 1DJurtnalCOle <
a alCOle score A gtri frI eleven years Md e1dcut was wascat wascut
cut In two twoThe twoTbe twOThe
The steerage K Mesra passengers Mt en the Ocr German OcrDan r rJ ¬
J man steamer became ecae unmanageable umu and andswarmed aadswanMCI andawarmed
swarmed ail over the shin On the theOrinoco tMOrIDoeo th thOrlnoeo
Orinoco three men as and a a warn wm were werecrashed werecruahed werecrushed
crashed to 4th eth tit in the cofiteion and andlive andnve and1we
live members of the crew were drowned drownedin
in a a mad rusk ru to escape from the ship shipin atp atpIa s1 s1Is
in a small smaIlt smaIltAt beatAt beau beauAt
At the time tt p the collision the Kaiser KaiserWilhelm KMIerWilhellll KaiserWilhelm
Wilhelm der fitaosse was running at the therate therate therate
rate of seventeen knots knu an hOur and andthe adtbe andthe
the Orinoco at about ut ten UDJmots knots although althoughthe IIJtbeuhthe a7thughthe
the engines of the tetter steamer had been beenstopped be8n be8nstOJ beenstopped
stopped lMd when it t was seen en that a collision collisionwas eoIlIsJonwas collisionwas
was inevitable inevitableOthers InevitableOthers Me MeOther
Others May Have Drawn Drwnod DrwnodIt cd cdIt
It is believed ed that several veraJ persons MfSOIUIjumped personsjumped personsjumped
jumped overboard and were drowned from fromboth romboth fromboth
both vessels vesselsA Ve sitls sitlsA ls lsA
A searching searehla Inquiry as to the cause c of ofthe Dfthe ofthe
the collision CD ia alrosjgr ak fa faIt prru praajnusv and andIt id idit
It is possible thatr at least one of the com commanding cornmanding m mrnancIIng ¬
manding oJRcers will lose his hi berth berthWhite MrthWb berthWbfte
White it is claimed by the Kaisers cap captain captain captam ¬
tain tam that he was w within his rights in incrossing Inc1088iq Incrossing
crossing the bow bows of the British steamer steamertoe steamerthe amer amertbe
toe tetters latt captain Insists that he signal signaled signaled pal paled ¬
ed to the Kaiser to pass to port port portOf pertof portOf
Of the two t steamships the Kaiser KaiserWilbeim XalaerWilhelm KaiserWilhehn
Wilbeim tier Grosse e is said to have sue sustained SWIatned suetamed ¬
tamed the most damage it being esti estimated aUmated eatimated ¬
mated here that it will ill cost M MM iOe0repair to torepair torepair
repair the vessel ve ves el el Her starboard quarter quartershows quartersbows quartershows
shows a rent thirty ty feet long Jon and fifteen fifteenftct fttteeatNt fifteenfeet
tNt high wgh Besides having her erbroken stem stembroken etseabroken
broken oft the Orinoco lost her anchors anchorsand aJlebonaJHI anebereand
and forward gear gearThe SearThe gearThe
The passengers JIUHI IJ of the Kaiser Wilhelm Wilhelmder WIlhelmder Wilhelmtier
der Grose 1 will transfer to the St St Paul Paulend Paulsod
end La 1 Lorraine leaving Jea Cherbourg No November No November November ¬
vember SL L The Orinoco will go to toampton South Southampton Soikhampton ¬
ampton for repairs and nd will be followed followedby followedby followedby
by the other vessel I as soon as temporary temporaryrepairs teMIU7repairs tspOraryrepairs
repairs can n be made here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The Orinocos cargo and passeasjars will willbe willbe willbe
be transferred to the Magdeiaa Xa leaving leavingSouthampton leav leavSoutbampton leavingSouthampton
Southampton November 2S 2SLiner 2S 2SLiner 2SLiner
Liner AVns Vns Crowded CrowdedThe CrowdetThe CrowdedThe
The Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse left here hereyesterday b2reestenlay hereyesterday
yesterday evening shortly after 7 oclock oclockafter oeJoekafter Vdockafter
after her regular stop top on the way to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York She carried a big list of steerage steeragepassengers IIteeIqepauea steeragepassengers
passengers pauea n and her first and second cabin cabinaccommodations cabinaccommodatlou cabinaccommodations
accommodations were well engaged engagedThe eappdThe eogngedThe
The Orinoco crowded with withJeft passengers passengersleft Reafl5J Reafl5Jleft
left Southampton yesterday bound 0Ulld for forthe fortIM forthe
the West ladles IadIa and was to have stopped stoppedhers stoppedhen atopedhers
hers test night nightThe DiehtThe nightThe
The two vessels veuelllllgbted sighted each other about abouttwo abouttwo abouttwo
two hours after the Kaiser WfiheJm der derGrosse delGroae derGross
Grosse had cleared and Just outside Char Cherbourg Cberbe Charbeurg ¬
bourg be harbor The German ship sh bi1t was get getting pt pttlng getting ¬
ting up speed for her dash across acrO acro the At Atlantic At AtJande Atantic ¬
antic lanticThere JandeTitere anticThere
There wa WU no fog and the sea was w calm calmThe calmTbe calm calmThe
The Orinocos commander claims that he hesignaled heatgna1ed henignalod
signaled that he would pass to t starboard starboardof starboardof Larboardor
of the North German Lloyd vessel He Hecharges Hecharges Hecharges
charges that his signal was disregarded disregardedthe dI8r dI8rthe diaregariethe
the Kaiser KdserWilhelm Wilhelm holding hoidin her course courseacross eouneacross courseacross
across his Jtl8bo bows only turning < to port portwhen portwhen portwhen
when it was too late to avoid a collision collisionWashingtoninns toI1IsIoDVashlngtonlans collisionWashingtonians
Washingtonians on Board BoardSeveral DoardSeftll BoardSeveral
Several IVashingtonfans were aboard aboardthe aboan1the aioa aioathe
the Kaiser Kl er Wilhelm der Grosse the North NorthGerman NorthGermen NorthGerman
German Lloyd steamship that crashed crashedinto erabedinto erag eragInto
into the British Royal Mail au steamer aean er Ort Orinoco Ortnooo ¬
noco off Southampton on Wednesdy Wednesdynight w w1I1g1at Wednesynigbt
night nightOae 1I1g1atoDe nigbtOne
oDe One of the passengers rs was Srafle Ber Berliner BrUn81 gerliner ¬
liner the inventor and chemist ehewdat whose whoseresidence whosereM whoserasidece
residence reM eaee Is at 1 18 14 Columbia road rsdBerliner Mrs MrsBerliner MrsBerllMr
Berliner received < a cablegram from her herhusband bertusbaH herhusband
husband yesterday saying he bad escaped escapedinjury escapedinjury escap j jInjury
injury and would sail for fc 0 home on tn n the thenext thenext thenext
next steamship Mr Berliner has been beenabroad beenabroad beesabroad
abroad almost two months traveling for forpleasure forpleasure forpleasure
pleasure through Germany and other othercountries othercountrtea othercountries
countries He was a passenger JUIIen r on the theKaiser theICatser theKaiser
Kaiser Vllbelm when he went abroad abroadand abroadand aheontiand
and reserved the same cabin for his re return re return return ¬
turn on this particular trip tripFrederick tripFroderlek tripFrederick
Frederick A A Keep and wife who have haveapartments banapartment haveapartments
apartments at Stoneteish Court were werethe on onthe onUte
the Kaiser Wilhelm but met with no nomishap DOmishap nomishap
mishap and were landed safely hi South Southampton Southampton Southampton ¬
ampton yesterday Mrs Keep is a daugh daughter daugbter daughter ¬
ter of Mr and Mrs William J Boardman Boardmanof
of 1 1St P street northwest Mrs Board Boardroan Boardm BoardDan
roan received a message from her daugh daughter daopter daughtar ¬
ter yesterday stating that she and her herOOCTIXUKD herCO herQr1NCgD
OOCTIXUKD CO TI CED OS o THIKD TIIIZDOnly PACK PACKOnly PAGEOnl
Only Onl Choices CboI ell Freshest Flowers Are Areused Areused re reused
used in Shaffers decorations 14th and L LGGG5 La6i I
GGG5 606 a6i tp q City Clt of Mexico antI Return ReturnBaltimore Returnalthnore ReturnIlaltirnore
Baltimore Ohio OhioNovember OhioN OhioNoreniber
November N c 22 to 38 S Good returning retuna with wtthin within withIn
in 60 0 days de Consult agents agentsWitae agentaJ agentsWAle
WAle Boards S2 2 Per 100 ft ftLumber ftLumber ftLumber
J
Lumber Trust Broken BrokenLibbey DrolenLtbbe BrokenL1bbe
Libbey Ltbbe Co 6th st st and nd N Y aye ayer ayej ayeJ
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1 WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FOREcASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaFair ColumbiaFair ColumbiaFair
Fair colder today tomorrow tomorrowfair tomorrowfair tomorrowfair
fair light lightto to fresh northwesterly northwesterlywinds northwesterlywinds northwesterlywinds
winds becoming variable variableHERALD variableHERALD varIableHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARYt SUMMARYTELEGRAPHIC SUMMARYtlBLBGRAPHIC SUMMARYtrELBORAPHIC
TELEGRAPHIC TELEGRAPHICI rELBORAPHICPage
Pa Page PageIWedded
PalVedded I lVedded Wedded at Ae of IIS Bride Passe PasseAway PUHIAwy Paas PaasAway
Away AwylADt Away1Amubamadors
1 lADt Ambassadors rs Speak at Chamber ol olCommerce 01CommerCe o oCommerce
Commerce Dtrovr DburIThIrteen DInar1Thirteen
1 IThIrteen Thirteen Killed In Crash of Liners Llneri1Half Linen1Half
1 1Half Half BIIHoii Merger In Chicago Plan Planned PlanRed Pinnned
ned RedlR ned1Roosevelt
1 lR 1Roosevelt Roosevelt 1t On Way Wa W Home HomelTraBsanMslssipfri HomeIT1UI5l Home1TiSM1Ilp9I
lTraBsanMslssipfri IT1UI5l PP Congrwe Co lIay lay Ignore IgnoreSubsidy IgureSaIId7 iaor iaorSob
Subsidy SaIId74Damaling Sob Sob4Daanagln
4 Damaging 4Daanagln Testimony Against Gillette GtJI Gillette4Craned t t4CnuIeiI
4 4CnuIeiI Craaed Woman Shoots Throe ThroegVanderMlt T1We T1WeIVdJIIt Thece5VanerblIt
gVanderMlt Carries Off Horse Io o Show ShowHonors Showe Show7Caru ShowHotets
Honors Hotets7caruso e
7 7Caru Caruso Withstand Police Attack Attack11Pian 4tck 4tck11Plan ttack ttackUPlu
11Pian to Aid Wage r Workers Workersi Workers1Peary VorkersIPer7
i IPer7 Peary Will Beach Home Next Week WeekLOCAL WeekLOCAL eek eekLOCAL
LOCAL LOCALlX LOCAL11ngroee
1 lX 11ngroee Xeareec Boom Taft t for PraaWant PraaWantlStHHnee pre Prsldaat1SUlliags liut liutl
lStHHnee l Reulies ta His AeettWra AeettWraVHhede AeetHHJ1L1Ua AeeeaensiZbed
VHhede 1Ua iZbed latend GeveriMreiact G4WMr GIvtiwielect lact lact1rJdtyc Scores ScoresVanity Soor SoorVanltyCasee
Vanity 1rJdtyc Cause of Higher Cost of Liv Living LivIas Livlag ¬
lag Ias4Sldp lag4dpbuI4dIug
4 SUpbnildtitg 4Sldp ulldblr Record Smashed Slnasitedv SUWSIIOd7P SmashedI
I v 7P if Street Dress Parade Hour Shifts StlICts1S0 Shifts1cneor
23 1S0 Corner stone of Synagogue Laid LaidSEPABATE LaklSEPARATE LaidSEPAItATE
SEPARATE SCHOOLS REQUIRED REaTJTREDKentucky REQuntEDKcntuc REQUIREDKentucky
Kentucky Kcntuc Court Decides Snit Aglnst AglnstBcrea AglnatBerea AginatBerea
Berea College CollegeLexington CollegeLexington CollegeLexington
Lexington Ky Nov No 22Whltes Whites and andnegroes andntflOeS andnegroca
negroes cannot attend te same schools schoolseither chooleither schooioeither
either public or private under the laws lawsof Jawsof lawsof
of Kentucky This questiORXtvas questlonwas settled settledtoday settledtCr settledtoday
today tCr by the State Court of Appeals Appealswaich AppeaJawiatch Appealswflich
waich verruled the motion for lor or a rehear 1fbearilsg rehearlug rehearing ¬
lug in the case of Berea Ber College against againstthe apttthe againstthe
the Commonwealth of Kenucky Ke ucky This Th d diOQ de deo do doioo
o iOQ being beIr final means that Berea Beneawbklt Beneawbkltwas which whichwas willettwas
was formerly attended by negroes JI oea as well wellas weUas wellas
as whites will lose thousands of dollars dollarsat dollanat dollarsof
at its endowment fund which bleh was given givento givento ea eato
to th the institution tn by wealthy we lthy Northern Northerners Nortberaen Northernera ¬
ers for the education of the negroes negroesFAIRBA1JXS nepCesFAIRJ3ANXS nrces nrcesPAIRBANXS
FAIRBA1JXS IN FLORIDA FLORIDAVice FLORIDAL FLORIDAYlcc FLORIDAVice
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Vice President Deliver Address at atTampa atTn1pD atTampa
Tampa Fair Grounds GroundsTampa GroundsT GroundsTamps
Tampa T Fla Nov Xo 22 22VIce Vice President PresidentFairbanks PrNldentrbanks President4alrbanks
Fairbanks rbanks and his party reached Tampa Tampathis Tampatlds Tampathis
this morning mom several veral hours behind blnd ached schedule EhecIWf acheduk ¬
ule time They were greeted at the sU sUOon 1ItdUon stttion
Oon by a reception committee and ncIeel escort escorted escorted ¬
ed to their homes by a detachment of ofCoast oCCoast ofCoast
Coast Artillery Art 1ery The af atterDOCa ternocn programme programmeincluded procrammelneludeci programmeIncluded
included a reception and luncheon to toVice toi toVice
Vice i President and Mra Fairbanks 1alr aDu and andlater aacIbter nodlater
later Mr r Fairbanks delivered an address addressat
at the fair grounds groundsPBESIDEHT groundsP3ESIDENT rounds
1 PBESIDEHT GOMPERS ILL ILLJohn ILLI ILLJohn
I John 3ItcheII Presides Over Federa Fcderatlon FederaI
I tlon of Labor Lnbor Jleetlnjaflnneapolis Jleetlng1iInneapolf Jleetlnj leetlngMbineapol1
aflnneapolis Minn nn Nov 21 tToda fTodays fTodaysaessloin Todays Todayssessioin s sRnIoID
sessioin of the American Federation of La Labor Labor Lahon ¬
bor va tafcea up IIi i mekJsjg pr pnsea prt1iatllla prt1iatlllato + eantattea eantatteato tim timto
to oflotais men men and women wMft nvtaMe e ta taOre fatile Inthe
Ore world rld of labor and to Itetentog ll t to toaddresses toaddleaEll toaddresses
addresses by the fraternal delegates from fromCanada flOlRCanada fromCanada
Canada and abroad abroadPresident a abroadPresident road roadPre
President Pre l ent Compare is ill at his hotel with withneuralgia oithf withicuralg1a
f neuralgia < uralsta and John Mitchell presided pr cled over overtodays onrtoday overtodaye
todays today deliberations deliberationsCENTEMRIAN deliberationsCENTENARIAN deliberationsGETEARIA
CENTENARIAN BRIDE IS DEADMrs IIEADMrs DEAD DEADMrs
Mrs Esther sther logan Who Was Mar Married Marr Married Marnod ¬
r
ried Last April Passes Away AwayInsists AwayIhsl AwayIItSIMts
Insists Ihsl tl on Church Service nndlValka nndlValkaDoTvn and alks IalkeDown alksDow
Down Dow Aisle to Lohengrins LohengrinsWedding IoI1engrlnlIVceleUng LohengrlnsWedding
Wedding March March8seW JlarcbIpIcW Marchs
8seW s to H I1IiIt WatUncto W h BcnU BcnUBaltimore 1IeIaIdBaItIta linsidBalthnere
Baltimore Md M I Nov 22 The remains remainsof r rof remainsof
of Mrs Bother Logan who bad been on onthte onthJa onthis
this earth for IIi U years and who was wasmarried wasmarrIed wasmarried
married a a second time t lost April were werelaid wereIaN werelaid
laid to rest today toa at Greenwood in Bal Baltimore Baltimore Balthnore ¬
timore County CountyEsthers CouatyEstlaeis CountyEstbds
Esthers wedding w to John Joh Logan Log a was wasan wasaD wasan
an event that attracted hundreds from fromfar fromtar fromfar
far and near Rev Theodore A A Johnson Johnsonwho Jobneonwho Johnsonwho
who got the marriage mud license and married marriedthe JlNlrrledtbe marriedthe
the couple vouches for the fact act that the thewoman thewoman thewonan
woman was 115 yean y of age She instated instatedon
on a church service and marched down downthe down downthe downthe
the able of St Lukes Luke Church to Lohen Lohengrin Lo Lohengrin ea eapma ¬
grin pma as proud as asayoongoc asayoongocShe a young bride brideShe brideShe
She has lived on a farm all her life and andnever aDdnever antinever
never saw w a railroad train or a trolley trolleycar tro11e1car trolleycar
car or a steamboat She was born in 1791 1791HND 1ilFIND 17lFIND
FIND GIRLS MUTILATED BODY BODYDora BODYDora BODYDora
Dora GIlman Meets Death After AfterFierce After11ierce AfterFierce
Fierce Struggle in Darkness DarknessDayton Dnrknes3Dayton DarknessDayton
Dayton Ohio Nov No 22rA 7A brutal murder murderwas murderwas murderwas
was revealed in the finding of the muti mutilated mutilated muttlated ¬
lated body of Dora Oilman aged ag d twenty twentyhidden twent7hidden twentyhidden
hidden in a clump of weeds on a a common commonin commonIn commonlit
in New Arlington Bloodhounds were wereplaced werepI8eeII wereplaced
placed on the trail of the slayer whose whoseIdentity whoseklentfty whoseIdentlty
Identity is unknown but they failed to topick topick topick
pick up a scent The sheriff and coroner coronerare coroneram
are am Investigating IDVestj tJn but so far confess s that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the crime baffles them themThe themThe themThe
The girl rl was employed at the works of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the National Cash Register Company aDd aadwas aDdwas andwas
was last seen at the close of work Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuosday ¬
day The coroner believes that she was wasattacked wasattaelfed wasattacked
attacked while on ker 1tQly way home under undercover WIdercover undercover
cover of darkness assault preceding the themurder tilem themurder
murder m murderMarks j jMarks iMarks
Marks on the girls sir s body give evidence evidenceof
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of a terrible struggle The face apd atd neck neckwere DeCkwere neckwere
were torn and marked with the imprints imprintsof
I
of her assailants finger nails The body bodywas bodywas bodywas
was mutilated in a shocking manner T I 1e Ihie Ihiegirls > ie ieghTs I
girls strr mother has been sick with nervous nervousprostration nenQUIHWtraU nervousprostrt
prostrt prostration it since the girls h1s disappearance disappearanceINSANE dblappearaneeINSANE disappearanceINsANE
INSANE EROM GRUFFNESS CrRTJ5TNESSHnsJmml GRUFFNESSHUil1mnI GRUFPNESShluMbnniI
HnsJmml Sues Railroad for 5OOOO 5OOOOBecause 3OOOOBecaiie OOOO OOOOBccltlJle
Because of Wifes rUeH Treatment TreatmentGreea TreatmentOreen i iGreen
Green Bay Wte Nov 22 22ChargIng 22ChargIngthat Charging Chargingthat Charsfngthat
that his wife was driven insane by b a aNorthern aNortJaern aNorthern
Northern Pacific Railroad conductors conductorsgruffness COIidoctorsgruir1leSS conductorsgruffness
gruffness while traveling in ls Montana In InApril InApril InApri1
April i4 I4 Joseph J h Figelnakl FI lnaki has sued the thecompany thecomPOf thecolnpsns
company for 00008 58008 damages damagesHe daBaacesHe damagesHe
He says the conductor told the woman womanthat womaflthat womanthat
that she and her eight children would be beput beput beput
put off ft the train t7 n unless she paid fare for foran foran foran
an eightmonths old baby babySoud babySolid j jSolid
Solid Mahogany JIaho an FurnIture at Auction AuctionMagnificent AuctIonMaemftcent AuctionMagnificent
Magnificent hall clock c c today com commencinj cornnznch
mencinj nznch 11 a L m with calogve ca Jogae number numberttf ambcrz
sri z Wilson it Mayers 1ST lid and12l 13 1ftI G st stBaltimore st stDnIthuore stBaltimore
Baltimore and rnc Return 125 125Baltimore 12 12BultiuJore 123Baltiniore
Baltimore djOnlo < SftOhio Ohlo R R R REvery R REver HEvery
Every Saturday anti Sunday AU trains trainsboth trainsoel
lted both oel oelways ways wa both days except Rsya R Lim Limlted
TAFT IS BOOMED BOOMEDBY BOOIIEDBY
BY NEGRO LEADERS LEADERSUrged LEADERSI LEADERSUrgcl LEADERSUrged
I
Urged for Presidency Be Because Because Because ¬
cause He HcS llcSidel Sided le1 With Them ThemSPLIT TheInf TheInSPLIT ThemSPLIT
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SPLIT IN Il INYOTE VOTE EXPECTED EXPECTEDCongress EXPEC1EDCongress EXPECTEDCongress
Congress Will Vill Tj Probably hives Investigate 11lyestigatc hivestigate ¬
tigate Discharge of Troops TroopsBill
Bill Likely to Be Introduced RcMtor lteHtorJng Rentorlng RcMtorinpr
inpr the Soldiers of the thclncntyl1fth thclncntyl1fthI Twentyfilth TwentyfilthInfantry Twentyfifthinmaitry
Infantry I fnptr to Their Former Status ur urnt urnt orat
nt Leant Lent Allow Them Individual IndividualTrials InellllunlTr1lI IndividualTrialsMans
TrialsMans Trials MnsK Jlnll Meeting to Be Held HeldSunday IIcl1SunelaD IlelilSundayDiNnilseni
Sunday SunelaD SundayDiNnilseni Di Mmi1lllal nii i al Continues CoiitinncnAs Con ContinuesAs Un UCB UCBAa
As a reward for his suspension of the theorder theorftr theorder
order of President Booeevelt Roo discharging dtechnrgtngthe
the Twentyfifth Infantry not a few of ofthe oftlle ofthe
the colored people of the District of Co Cotombta CIJI Civmbla
tombta I are in favor of declaring that Sec Secretary Secretary Seerotary
retary ef War Taft will be their can canda cD14 cD14date canddate
da date < for the Presidential election in IMC IMCand 1 1IUM 11db 11dbn1
and n1 that the negro race will stand w soLId soLIdfor iM iMfor kI kIfor
for the fulfillment fuJ Ument of their present t plans plansAt IJIaDLAt planeAt
At the same time ti it develops there thecsis tIteIs thereIs
is every Indication that efforts will willbe wUIbe willbe
be made at the coming eomg session of ofCongress tCongr ofCongress
Congress Congr to get through a bill which will willhave wfJIhave willhave
have the effect of either restoring restorln the thenegro thenegro thenegro
negro soldiers Midi of the Twentyfifth Infan Infantry I Izmfantry ln lntry ¬
try to their former status or if possible possiblegive po ettletnem poesiblegive
give them individual courtmartiate oy 1JYbiclt DYwhich oywhich
which biclt their U elr Innocence or guilt in the theBrownsville tbeBrowuvtlle theBrownsville
Brownsville shoot up may be deter determined determlDed determined ¬
mined First It is expected a Congres Congressional CoftgrMaional Congreoslonal ¬
sional investigation Invcodt will ill ba demanded demandedUpon demandeiUpon demandedLTpon
Upon tberesult of this investigation If it itis itIs
is 1 permitted will depend depe cl future legislative legislativedevelopments Jegt8laUQdevelopment legislativedevelopments
developments Except in the case that thatthe thettthe thLtthe
the Senate and House organizations taka takathe takathe micathe
the view that the matter will die out outtore S Sfore b bfore
fore the next election and stifle the pre prsposed preJOHd propoee1
posed investigation interacting develop developments dnelopmenU developmeats ¬
menU may y be looked forward to toNegro toegro toNegro
Negro egro Vote ote Well V ell Split SplitFor SIIitFor SplitFor
For the first time in the political history historyof hltltOIot historyof
of the last forty years the negro threat threatens threatens threatens ¬
ens to at least divide his vote Heretofore Heretoforehe
he baa been driven willingly by the He Hepublican Re RepubUcaa RepubI1caz
publican orgaatmttOH 0IPJIba His vote ia the thedoubtful tiledoubtfid thedoubtful
doubtful States has been placed by Demo Democrats Democ Democrate ¬
crate c and Raszb11eas R j biieanB alike In the mUd solldly mUdIy solidly
ly Republican cehtmn Cfhnmt a a baste upon which whichthe whichthe I ItM
the potttJdane would commence their pre preliminary PNUm1Dary peeIhininary ¬
liminary estimates estimatesThe MtiaThe estimatOsThe
The National Negro N Baptist t Preach Preachers Pnadt1fItS Preachera ¬
ers 1fItS Union of Washington Wa 1t and vicinity vtcJRItYIIDd vicinitymid vicinityand
and the board of managers s of the Na National Naoaa1 Nadone ¬
done Baptist Evawgeyedcal Convention Conventionof
of America met at the Cosmopolitan CosmopolitanBaptist Coaaopolkaaaat CosmopolitanBaptist
Baptist Church yesterday Y for the pur purpose pwif porof ¬
pose of discussing uem the recent disna d dot dismimal dismimaloC sal salof
of the three companies of colored cotoreddIen sol soldiers eeldiere ¬
diers diersRev
dIenJtev
Rev Simon P W Drew D De Df D Ph D Dpaster Dput Dpastor
put of the lii OesfnepettUm B BChurchi Bit BitChurck Dlfet Dlfetetaurcll
etaurcll Churck Churchi is prsstdettt of the 1MThe aasocfa aasocfaThe aoodai aoodaiThe
The secnrtarjf T T William H IL Ferrte Ierrm Ierrmduate ernts a agraduate agiduate
graduate duate gC f tale 1 and a w w6l1Jm woflknotsn tlkm > ivn edu educator e4ueM educolor ¬
color eM of the South Mr Ferris te now m mthe In Inthe Inthe
the city
cityAre
Are Admirers of Taft TaftYoking ruftYoid PaftVoicing
Yoking Yoid the sentiments tbnea of orAte feev tcv Mr MrDrew iIJDrew MrDrew
Drew ad the majority rIt7 or hi his race crr crrFern > it itFerris frFerris
Ferris said yesterday 7 that Ui tto eolorcd eolorcdpeople roIoreC1lMGIe eolonedlpeople
people ef C this country cou Uy propose JMOp to show showtheir shoWtheir showtheir
their admiration n for the recent action of ofSecretary ofSecretatT ofSecretary
Secretary Taft T and that they would iH iHstand tUtand dl dlstand
stand together tO ther for his nomination for forPresident f forPresident r rPresident
President of the United States The Thenegroes TheRe Thenegroes
negroes Re oes of this country couatr and there are areCQ9 arelcov
1100101 lcov CQ9 90 of them will remain solid lid for forMr forMr
Mr 1 Taft for Presldent Mr Ferris says saysThe saysThe saysThe
The colored people believe that the theSecretary OMSecretary theSecretary
Secretary of War was in the right in intemporarily Iatemporarily Intemporarily
temporarily suspending the Presidents Presidentsorder Preel4entorder Presidentsorder
order discharging dbebar ng the soldiers of the theTwentyfifth theTentyatth theTwentytth
Twentyfifth without honor lion and will take takethis taktthI8 takethis
this advantage to show sIIo their hearty ap appreciation ap appredtlon appredation ¬
predation of his ton With the theluence a aRuenee afltmnce
luence of the colored people behind him himSecretary Aim Aimscretary himSecretary
Secretary Taft is the logical candidate candtefor candidatefor candidatefor
for the Presidential nominee two yean yeanhence yeiti yeitihence yeaaahence
hence henceMr henceJIll henceMr
Mr Ferris is I well acquainted with the thesituation thesltvatlon thesituation
situation in the South Owing to Ids high highposition 1dtbpoBItion bigimposition
position as an educator he is able abl to ex express expr enpress ¬
press pr an opinion for the greater per cent centof ceatof centof
of the colored people of the Southern SouthernStates SoulheraStates SouthernStates
States StatesRelolutlon
Resolutions Arc Adopted AdoptedA Adopteelresolution
A resolution addressed to Secretary Taft Taftand Taftand Taftand
and expresing the sentiments of the two twoassociations twoueocIationII twoassociations
associations was adopted yesterday The Theresolution TheTeaoIution Theresolution
resolution hi part is as follows followsTo followsTo followsTo
To the Hon William rllltm H H Taft Secretary Secretaryof
of War WarWhereas WarWbereu WarWhereas
Whereas since the death of Lincoln LincolnSumner LincolnSumner LincolnSumner
Sumner Grant and Phillips the tide of ofadvancing ofa4vancm ofadvancing
advancing prejudice has set against the thenegro thenegro themiegro
negro negro and sentiment tfment has crystallized crystallizedagainst cqsta1Uzed cqsta1Uzedaptn crystallizedagainst
against t him and andWhereas andWbereas andWhereas
Whereas in suspending the execution executionof
of the Presidential command for the im immediate Immediate immediate ¬
mediate discharge without honor of Corn Companies Cornpanles Cornpanics ¬
panics B Q t and D of the Twentyfifth TwentyfifthInfantry TwentyfirthInfantry TwentyfifthInfantry
Infantry you have shown that sanity of ofjudgment ofjudgment ofJudgment
judgment that spirit of compassion that thatwas thatwas thatwas
was characteristic of Abraham Lincofnrj Lincofnrjtherefore Lincoln Lincolntherefore Lincolntherefore
therefore be it itResolved ItResolved ItResolved
Resolved That we record our convic convictions convictions convictions ¬
tions that you as President of these theseUnited theseCnlted theseLnited
United States would embody In your acts actsa
a spirit s1 > lrlt of mercy and justice justiceThe justceThe justiceThe
The committee on resolutions is as fol follows follows follows ¬
lows Rev Simon P W Drew D D DPh DPh DPb
Ph D Rev Re William nUftm Perry D D of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New Jersey Jerae Rev Re George W Yo Drew D D Dof DoC 1 1of
of Indiana Rev W v H K K McMuHen McMuHenD
D D of Georgia Rev Re Louis Morris D DD DD DIX
D of Illinois Rev W V H Ferris A A M Mof 11ot Mof
of Boston Rer R B B Bullock of North NorthCarolina NorthCarolina NorthCarolina
Carolina Rev Re J Littlejohn D D of ofMissouri ofIourl ofMissouri
Missouri Rev Re J Woodward D D of ofOhio ofOhio ofOhio
Ohio Rev Solomon Pollard of Maryland MarylandRev lIarYJandRev MarylandRev
Rev G T Long D D of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRev PennslvanlttRev
Rev W V H Frank D I D of West Vir Virginia VIrginia Virginia ¬
ginia and Rev W H Davenpyt of yin Virginia Yirglnt yingtnht ¬
ginia giniaA glntA
A mass meeting will be held Sunday Sundaynight Sundaynight Sundaynight
night at the Cosmopolitan Baptist Church Churchwhen Churchwhen Churchwhen
when a committee will be appointed to topresent topresent topresent
present to President Pr jdent Roosevelt the reso resolutions resolutlo rosalutions ¬
lutions s which will be adopted adoptedTrooncrti adoptedTrouIcrN adoptedTroopers
Troopers Being Dismissed DismissedThe DbmbRcdThe DismissedThe
The War Department was advised yes yesterday yesterday es estenlay ¬
terday by the commandant at Fort Reno Renothat Renothat Renothat
that Secretary Tafts telegram directing directingthat dlratfngtJutt direetingthat
that the Presidents order dismissing the thecolored theoolore4 thecolored
colored troopers be osecutld executd had been beenreceived beenrecelv beenecetvcjL
recelv received and that the members of the thethree thethree thethree
three companies concerned in the theBrownsville theBrownsvDle theBroynsville
Brownsville riot would be dismissed in ingroups ingnoui
gnoui groups UPS of twentyfive daily until nil are aredischarged aredIscbarxed aredischarged
discharged There was no change in the thesituation thealttJon thesltutlon
situation today although protests con continue contblue contbiue ¬
tinue to come into intoth i tho department against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the action actionRepresentative actionI actionRepresentative
I Representative Hull of Iowa chairman chairmanof
I
of the House Committee on Military l Af ¬
fairs who had returned to Washington Washingtonsaw ashington ashingtonsaw
saw Secretary Taft Tftyostrday yosrday and incl inclCONTISCED mcCONTIUBD
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Chicago Ghics Nov a 2tPlandat Plasal are wader is 4sr way wayfor warfit wayfor
for a ZlSLIN JHM t aerfler msir of an die he JIIIIIIe JIIIIIIeCIIIa jiatHi jiatHiservice c csorele
service colorations m Is CMeayo CMeayoThooajh CIIIa CIIIaTIIaa ceaEtLThough
Though the announc anuolmcenI s9OM J 1 talna toh the theforat OMt theform
form t rather of a aaa sremsrthenan rnmoi than an an announcement aa aanaceaat aaneoncement ¬
nouncement naceaat It comes with so away 7 de detail tie tietaa domalls ¬
tail malls and such evidence of authenticity authenticitythat awdleatlclt7tMt airthenticltythat
that ft was received ed OB La I alto fle street 1 1cIa7 u uday tu tuday
day as an etabtshed fact factThe factTbe factTh
The concerns to be Included te tile eo eosottdation con C8JtUClU coneulidatkm
sottdation UClU it is stated Rat are ar the isrn local o mae tnIeu tnIeG maetin e ettoii
tin oosapamiM companies the Pee Peopfss PeopfssCMcaeo s a Qg Qgc
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ponmt T Telephone TelephoneChl h hCIab
CMcaeo Chl agu Tunnel Company CCJIIIDnYrumored CompanyThe CompanyThe
The rumored choice for head of oCtbe the syn syndicate spte nyudisate ¬
dicate te is E Eo H Hantoan backed It JtaaJd te tesaid issaid
said aaJd by the Standard Oil interest SateRlltLilft InterestList
1 I List i t of Those Present PrcjientIn
In connection with the announcement aano of ofthe o oUte ofthe
the consolidation COMC tdatloa company IMWS now of a ameetmg aIDettID amosthig
meetmg held in New York this afternoon aftorneonto ati atit
to t close the various Tarlou1ft preliminary arnu armga armgaMeats ge gementa
Meats was 1ft received At this meeting were werepresent werepresent ere erePNHAt
present PNHAtSam presentSamuel presentI
I Samuel Sam I nIl sull representraa I rapsesedug undua the Sdteon SdteonI JIdtIIoItEleCU1c disosr disosrElectric
I Electric Company CompanyK
K 1 C Krauthoff representtag dtIc S H HHarrhnan HHantmaa HHarriman
Harriman and the Antomade Telephone Telephonetntereita TelefI1DItatelWta TelephoneInterests
Interests tntereitaJames tatelWtaJames InterestsJames
James F Meagher rtpfesenrtng the thePeoples thePeopIes thePeoples
Peoples Gas Light and CoN Company CompanyS
S S S Gregory repementi ituuMmUna 11 tdIII the But Butem Bastem gaulera
em Interests who seek control 1iUI of die tel telephone tel telepaae telephone ¬
ephone and tunnel compasrfea compasrfeaMartin eoqIIlTflA1 eoqIIlTflA1Martin comps compsMartin
Martin Littleton represaOisjs the tJIepeDdeat hide hwependent hidepeadent
pendent telephone mteiusts mteiustsDavid IIIteDatcl Iater IaterDavid
David D Cravath representing UtI till the theCommonwealth ueCoIDmoDweaJth theCommonwealth
Commonwealth E3ectrtc Company CompanyN C CN
N C Sears represenUnsj repeesenti u the Chfeaajo ChfeaajoTunnel Cblea80Twme1 ChiongeTunnel
Tunnel Company CompanyRoger CoDapuyR CompanyRoger
Roger R Sullivan representek the Ogden OgdenGas OtdnGu OgdenGas
Gas Company CompanyJohn Co aJolla CompanyJohn
John P Hopkins Hopkma represeatfws g sa a in interests Inter Interests ¬
terests terestsW ter terestsW
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W W Y Gorky representing us the Chicago CMeagoUnion CJdcasoCDioa Chicago12nlon
Union Traction Company CompanyThomas CoIDpaJQTbomu CompanyThomas
Thomas K X bUttes representmc the theChicago tbeCblcap theChicago
Chicago City Railway RdUwjO4mpany RdUwjO4mpanyThe Ompany OmpanyThe lMUIy lMUIyTIae
The merger it ta 1 saidUts d4e the outcome outcomeof OUtctlNeI OUtctlNeIor
of the long APt over UMT u uraeUon uraeUonproblem tracUonproblem i iproblem
problem From the sane source from fromwhich fnmhlcll fromwhich
which hlcll come reports of todays u tIaJ meeting meetingthe meeUnsthe meetingthe
the announcement anDOUD < eDent is made that J P PMorgan PMorgan I IMorpn
Morgan has practically washed Ids hands handsof i iof Iof
of the Chicago traction question and1 and1given and andgiven
given interests here to understand 1ID that he hewill bewOl hewill
will furnish no more money either to the theestablishment theestabllsbmeDt theestablishment
establishment of the roads or any otnei otneipurpose otuCtpurpoee othempurpose
purpose Today meeting < was the out outcome outcome outcome ¬
come come of this th refusal refusalCol retJaLCol refusalCoh
Col Lewis Returns ReturnsCoincident RcturnsCoincident ReturnsCoincident
Coincident with news of the meeting meetingCorporation JRCetingOorpraUon meetingCorporation
Corporation Counsel Lewis returned from fromN IrmaNew j jNew
New N eT York where he says sa he was sum summoned auramoned ¬ I Imo
moned mo ed to receive information to be re reported re repoIted reported ¬
ported to the council committee on gas gasoil gasoil gasoil
oil and electric lighting lag tomorrow morn morntog moraI mornNew
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tog togI I was in New York on exceedingly im important Importnt haportent ¬
portent business he said More I Inot Inot can cannot ¬
not disclose d until after reporting to the thecouncil ucouncil t tcouncil
council councilE
E H Harriman at the A AuditoriUm ditort im An Annex Aa Aanex Annex ¬
nex would not say a word about tout the re reported re reported reported ¬
ported merger About railroad ownership ownershiphe OWJMrshtpht ownershipht
he ht talked freely however howeverMy howeveruJily howeverMy
uJily My hobby is to have railroads ran owned ownedby ownedby ownedby
by Lime h people as stockholders ha said saidbut saidbut saidbut
but the antitrust law la by preventing the thecompanies thecolRpantel thecompanies
companies from making contracts among amongthemselves alllO alllOtbemMIves amongthemselves
themselves to reduce transportation transportationcharges tran8portaUoncharges transportationcharges
charges compete ownership by a few fewI fewoppoR
I oppose centralisation ntraliaation of railroad own ownership ownership ownership ¬
ership in a few hands ha cJs The antitrust antitrustlaws antJtrustlaws antItrnetlaws
laws defeat their own ends endsOf e eOC endsOf
Of the effect of the Panama Canal on onrailroad onrailroAd onrailroad
railroad conditions he said saidIt saidIt saidIt
It may switch the East and West Westtraffic Weattraffic Westtraffic
traffic to North and South but It will willnot willnot ill illnot
not revoutioniae rairoad conditions in inAmerica InAmertea InAmerica
America AmericaEugene AmerteaEUtefte AmericaEugene
Eugene Zimmerman the Cincinnati CincinnatiHamilton CItCtnnatlHamilton CincinnatiHamilton
Hamilton and Dayton Railroad 1 magnate magnatearrived magnatearriVed magnatearrived
arrived in Chicago today and there were wererumors wererumon wererumors
rumors that he came for a conference conferencewith cen conferencewith erence erence1th
with 1th Mr Lr Harriman HarrimanNever HarrimanUNever HarrimanNever
Never met him Dont knew him himwas Jdaa Jdaawas hintwag
was all the latter la tter said when questioned questionedconcerning queatlOnedconcerniq questlonetjconcerning
concerning these reports reportsArmy reportsArmy reportstrnmy
Army and sul iny < avy Football Game GnmeSpe GnmeSpecIa Spe Special ¬
cial cIa 1 Trains Via In Pennsylvania R R RLeave RIcave RLeave
Leave Washington December 1 94 94 pgma n nm
m running through to Franklin Field FieldPhiladelphia FJeldPhiladelphia FieldPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Returning Returnl leave Franklin FranklinField FnmkUftField FZUII FZUIIField
Field at close of game Dining car parlor parlorcars parlorars parlorcars
cars ars and vestibule coachejf Bound trip tripPullman tripPullman tripPullman
Pullman tickets on sale Excursion tick tickets tickeots ticicets ¬
ets good on all trains November K 31 and andDecember andem andDecember
December em r 1 1 up to and an including special specialtrttia specJaItn speejaltraIn
traIn and good returning ret urning until December Decemberinclusive Decembera
3 inclusive sold at rate of S3 310 31O
DIPLOMATS DIPLOMA T8 AS ASGIIESTS ASGIIESTSVoii GUEST GUESTjYon GUESTSlon
jYon lon Steruburg and ud Dtiraud Dtiraudat Durandat Diuandat
at Mercliaiits Banquet BaiiquetPEACE BanquetALX lhaicjiietAIX
ALX PEACE A1rn A KD OOMMERGE OOMMERGEGe GOMMEROBGerman
Ge G German nuin Ambassador nlh ulntlol r Says 5n President Presidentand proslelentantI Presidentand
and Kaiser Illf er Have Abiding AbitliD Desire to toLuarn toLarn toLearn
Learn Trntli TrnthSlr Sir Mortimer Durnnd DurnndDi DuranelDIHUSIJOII DurandDiscusses
Di Discusses eussci Relation of the Diplo Diplomatic DilIomatJc Diplonrt10 ¬
matic Service to Ii < o Business Business2t DU5In flrsinessNew lI lIxw
2t xw w Tore New isv tt ATIle The German and aadffoeetl a8dpd andtah
tah 4aders pd II dliTn WeN WeNoC asoot as asa
ffoeetl a of honor at the tlMof annual haaqnet haaqnetof
of the New York Chamber of Otamerce Otamerceat 0 1 ee eeat
at the WaldorfAsterta WaIIIorf laaIcIIt laaIcIItBanNt < ssnlgliL ssnlgliLBaron hesightBarmi
Baron Speck 3 von SiernMSrg St responding respondingto DC DCto
to the toast The he Rrffcdous Between th thUatted thUeI the theUnited
United States and Gemmay rehearsed rehearsedthe rebeandJtiIIe rehenreedthefrlmdiy
the thefrlmdiy ftlnsjity peHUcal cal ad commercial CCN RII ties tiest tiesreMTIN tiesb
t < r < ai the o uoantiisa reforrtas reMTINIJte1llllreeeet erTtng portion parttcaljtty48t portionhe1heaeest
ljtty48t IJte1llllreeeet he1heaeest the recent eachauge aee neL lv of ajdvenstty ajdvensttyKm univeiti4dor Itt Ittii
ii 4dor 111 111fa insd en the Ostn OstnblttbM1
Km blttbM1 rtcaAlaTht fa 4 4mdu = nufbe amt 1i ft 4tlih 4tlihtonneetlss thU fI4Obaeedea thUgonnfcrtom
gonnfcrtom coupled the names of the theKaiser theKaJ8er theKaiser
Kaiser and the President m lit a manner mannerthat mannerthat mannerthat
that called applause from the audience audienceHe audienceHesaid udleDCeHe
He Hesaid Hesaidyou said saidTou
HeYou
You have MY just sent a ccmmtesicii c lLll Lh of ofxpeta 0 0pewa ofxpests
xpeta to Germany to make a thorough thoroughstudy therouP1ft thoroughstudy
study 1ft of the tariff situation ia Germ Germsy Germsyand ll1 ll1aDd y yand
and to thoroughly acquaint the Germans Oenmuiswtth IMMitla Germanswith
with itla the American rIcu situation tIon May this thisstep tIdatest thisstep
step test bring gresit gredt advantages to totbe the com commercial COIDmerctal cornmercial ¬
mercial and bMtttStrml Itfe of beth our ourcountries eareouutrtee ourcountries
countries The appointment of this com commission COIaminion oemminion ¬
minion emphasises e to my mind a trait traitwhich tnItwbich traitwhich
which Is possismil po m III a striktep degree by byPresident QPrealdent byPresident
President Roosevelt and Emperor i U William WHUama Williamne 1IIIaaaabidlag
ne a abiding desire for the truth tnItJa apref aprefi a pn pnecDCe pieCerence
i erence te 0 owierstand r talMl year neighbor bor rather ratherthan ratberthan ratherthan
than wnomranderstand uzidemtas uzidemtasSir Mm MmStr
thanSIr
SIr Mortimer ortlmer tjAJICT Durand the British Brit Am ¬
bassador made one of f the strong ad ¬
dresses of the banquet banquetTalk baoquetTnlk banquetTnlks
Talk on Peace and Commerce CommerceIt
It has Ions long been recognised hi illlaM Eng England England ¬
land that tba commerce te the lifeblood of ofthe otthe ofthe
the nation said the Ambassador Am Ambsem or and andOther alldother andnations
Other nations have woke up rather too toothoroughly toope toothoroughly
thoroughly perhaps pe for our taste to the theconsdoasaess theCO theconsciousness
consciousness CO of Its importance iniportaa The Thedlntomatic TIledt ThedlaomatIc
dt dlntomatic tlc service has caught the spirit spiritof JIpIrttof spiritof
of the ate and for many yean past pastthe pastthe pastthe
the cmbaaslM ceIe 1 I and legations I have been beendevoting beendev beendevoting
dev devoting their attentions much more than thanthey thanthey thanthey
they used to to the interests of trade
Commercial attacheships attuhesh have been found founded founded ¬
ed for this special purpose and
every year yearsees yearIROI yearices
sees more mm attention paid to the subject subjectIt
It should alee be remembered that thatwhen thatwbelt thatwhen
when not dfrtly working worki for the inter interests 1nterof Intereats ¬
eats of commerce the diplomatist Is al always always always ¬
ways working for the other half of the theend
legend end on your oIJ medal medalfor for peace As
Gen Fester observes the diplomatic rep ¬
resentative is
preeminently a peace peacemaker peacemaker ¬
maker and if be can can through th h his ef ¬
forts postpone a great war or shorten it
by a a single day he will save Ve to the pub ¬
lie treasury much more than the cost to tothe tothe tothe
the United States of its t ta diplomatic estab establishment ¬
lishment for an entire year without tat taking tathKo inklag ¬
lag into account the loss of life and de destruction de destruction dostruction ¬
struction of property Working for peace peaceis peaceis
is working WO for commerce and Jefferson Jeffersonwas Jeff Jeffersonwas 80n 80nwu
was wise in coupling the two things thingsPrejudice thinpPrejoeUcc thingsPrejudice
Prejudice Pa Passing insr Away AivnyI Avn Avnl
I 4 wIIaD fi i an audience of my countrymen countrymena
a few ay ayn ago and I repeat it to you youthat YOUthat youthat
that my regret in leaving America is tem tempered temI ternered ¬
pered ered I by one great satisfaction the be bei be beW beef
i Bet ef that at no time since 8I the war ar of the theKwroiutJon theRMOiutJolr theRevolution
Revolution has h the th feeling between the thetwo thetWfJ thetwo
two countries been so o friendly as it is isnew isnew
new Dew I Iam am not going to dwell upon that thatsubject thatsubject thatsubject
subject at length len th People who are really reallygood reallygood
good 000 friends do not need to talk much muchabout muchabout muchabout
about it itNevertheless ItXeerthelpu ItNevertheless
Nevertheless while whil I feel f l this I feel feelabm feelahlo feelaho
abm that the old era t ra of misunderstanding misunderstandingand
and prejudice is i passing away 8WR mnd nd that thatIt thatit thatIt
It is right to recognize the fact and re rejoice 1JoIce r rjolce ¬
joice in it Do not mistake my meaning meaD meaDDo
Do not suppose that I wish to claim a aparticle aparticlE aparticle
particle of credit for it An ambassador ambassadorcan
can do little at best to bring two countries countriestogether countriestogether countriestogether
together and in the three th years ean however howevergood h01evergGt howevergood
good his intentions he can do practically practicallynothing practicallynothing practicallynothing
nothing I am merely tner l stating what I be believe beUeve believe ¬
lieve to be a fact factd factthi duo to causes wholly whollyindependent who whoIndependent wholWIndependent
independent of me But in leaving Amer America Amerlea AmenIca ¬
ica with regret a regret amounting to tosorrow to8Orro tosorrow
sorrow 8Orro I do leave It with w th one great saUl satisfaction saUlfaction antisfaction ¬
faction the assurance that between our ourkindred ourkindred ourkindred
kindred nations all is well wellAmong wetlAmong wellAmong
Among the guests was Senator Chaun Chauneey ChlUneey Chauneel
eey M Depew but he did not speak Sen Senator Senator Seaator ¬
ator Elkins of West Virginia spoke on onthe onthe onthe
the relationship of the United States Sen Senate Senate Sonate ¬
ate to good government defending < the theupper tMupper theupper
upper branch of Congress from recent recentcriticism recentc1tkisrn recentcriticism
criticism criticismOftc c1tkisrnOf
Oftc Of to HotWater Radiator RadiatorMinimum natUatorMinimum RadiatorsMinimum
Minimum expense maximum amount of ofheat otbest ofheat
heat Demonstration at db Ith st st12o at at1r3
12o 1 to Baltimore and ncl Return ReturnVia R ReturnVia turn turnYlo
Via Pennsylvania Railroad every Shier Saturday SabtrS7 Shierday ¬
day and Sunday SUR day AH regular r lar trains ex except exeept oxeept ¬
eept the tl Congressional Limited Tick Tickets TIcketstaod Ticketsgcad ¬
ets etstaod good to return until Sunday night
MEET AFTER HALF CENTURY OENTHBYPornior OENTURYPOlnlUr CENTURYFormer
Former IVnifK Then Governors GovernorsThey Goernor3Pbe GovernorsThey
They Pbe Relate ReminlMoeiiccM ReminlMoeiiccMKansas nemlnIHccnecHx RemnlniscmncesKnea
Kansas x Knea City Mo o NOT 22Street 22Streetwaifs Street Streetwaifs Street1IIu
waifs 1IIu hi New York in 157 lid shaking hands ban5as bandsas handsas
as exgovernors in BM 1tOI 1 n nearly arty fifty years yearsafterward yearsa yearsaftrrward
afterward a Tils Tim if the story of Join G GBndr GBnd 0Brdj
Bndr Bnd of Eorton tOZi tA and nd Andrew F Burke Burkeof Burleof Burkeof
of Kansas City The two met at s t the theMidland tbeI theMtJItnd
Midland I klhn Wottl tcday I and a nd d talked of days dayson d dOn Us Uson
on Kendalls ndaJls ndali s Island I the New York h9tne h9tneof hmeof fH fHof
of waifs waifsJohn walsJohn waifsJohn
John G Brady Is the exgovernor ot otAlauka ofAJa ctAlaska
Alaska AJa AlaskaAndrew AlaukaAndrew ka kaAmirew
Andrew F Burke is an ezsovemor of ofNorth ofXortb ofNorth
North Dakota Both were on Randalfs RandalfsIsland aWI llntlaWaIsland
Island for two years charges of tile thecity tilecity tilecity
I city cityBoth
Both were shipped al ppei to th tIN West in J to tobe toI tobe
I be given to farmers who wanted husky huskyboys
IOOY8 I boys to work their lands 1aaII Bot BolJpROt not jonly jonlygained only onlyI onlygained
I gained an education and wealth but but bo boLame b bItme bocame
Lame men of influence and each e iiiiIii1a occupied occupieda oc 1 1a
a governors chair chairWILL e aJrWILL chairWILL
WILL PROBE GRAFT CHARGES CHARGESCommittee CHARGESCOJntnlttee CHARGESCommittee
Committee to Investigate Invest lmrmite Conimis ConimisHioncr CODnnlllsloner Cnmmnissloner
sloner HartzciiH Ita risens Accusations AccuwulIOiiKChicago AccusationsChicago ceuHutlon ceuHutlonChkqo
Chicago Nov 22 rllIayor Mayor Dunne an announced anDOUIaeJed announced
nounced a committee today to investi investigate Innstlpte Inveatigate ¬
gate Building Commissioner Bartzens Bartzenscharge Bartzenscharge Bartzeuscharge
charge that there are stiffs and grafters graftersamong prattersamon graftersamong
among amon Chicagos aldermen The investi investigators lerestigatots U Upton ¬
gators are Aldermen T J Dixon A AHcCoM A B B1IeCoId l lMcCold
HcCoM Nicholal Nichola Finn and Daniel Her Herlihy HerUbY Herlily
lily of the Second Sixth Twentieth Tweatieth and andTwentyeighth aadTwentJ andTwentyeighth
Twentyeighth TwentJ wards respectively Presi President Preddent President ¬
dent Charles O Dawes of the Central CentraTrust C CentralTrust tral tralTrust
Trust Company C mIJlUlY President Hermann Ht nams 14 14lien ut utlIeD LIIlien
lien lIeD of the Hodcarrters Union Attorney AttorneyJ
J E Ingram H J Fitzgerald kI a truck truckmanufacturer truckmaDulaelunr trunkmanufacturer
manufacturer and d N B Gottlieb b a tea teamerchant teamerelumt tonmerchant
merchant merchantBaruen merchantBarteen
merelumtBarttInt
Baruen says the committee eommtt ee suits him himHe himHe himMe
He asserts ta several aldermen l den ea were axed axedto bedto fizedto
to induce him ta limit his b powers potPeII1MIiId as asbuilding Msbuilding
1MIiId building inspector Inspect r that he might gIve less lessannoyance SMaaftllOJ8ftCe lessannoyance
annoyance to large largebualnesi business interests interestsFEAB h1terestLFEAR InterestsPEAR
FEAR FOR TILLMANS LIFE UFEAuthorities LIFEutltorit LIFEtuthionItjn
Authorities tuthionItjn utltorit 3 at Chicago Will VIII Guard CnnrdHim GuarelHim Guardhimn
Him Him from Negro Xe ro Attack AttackChicago AttackChicago ttacl ttaclCbIcap
Chicago Nov EL 22Fear Pear that t Untied UntiedStates CIIUedStates tattedSlates
States Senator TlHman may be bemated HIIwtfd amass amassthted
mated when w be steps ate from the car that thatbrings thatbrings
brings him to Chicago Chl caused ca a a deelstou deelstouto
I to be reached today to keep kfep his b arrival arrivalsecret ILnhaII arrivalsecret
secret until bete safe hi apartments apar at atthe atI atthe
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the Auditorium Annex AlUM He will 111 arrive arrivesome arrtveMIDe arrivesome
I some time next Tuesday TuesdayTillma TuesdayTUInIaR
Tillma hi scheduled to lecture Tuesday Tuesdayfor f Tacadayfor a7lor
for the benefit of the Chicago Unto CDiOII Hr HrpitaL Bee BeetaL Hoepital
pitaL taL Kttorte drts have bav been made by negroes negroesto
10 prevent Mm from speaking Threats ThreatsI TIInatahave Threatsalso
I also have been made by unknown wabcrw1aI persona personsagainst personaagainst
I against his life ttfeIt 1SfeIt lifeIt
It te report rtdlll that Senator TUlman will wfllspeak WOII willspeak
I speak his sated ae Is his III6It hit of the therace tJterace tilerace
race question notwithstandIng DOcwttMCW efforts ort be beIns be beto bebig
Ins big made to have him eliminate ellmlnatetbe tile negro negroquestion aearoI negroquestion
I question questionSTEERAGE questionSTEERAGE Ioa IoaI
I STEERAGE PASSEHGtERS FIGHT PIGHTI FIGHTPanic I II II
I
I I Panic Aboard boarl l Liner iner and Ringleader RingleaderAre RlnglenelerllI RingleadersAre
I Are Pnt In Irons IronsPhiladelphia IronsI IronsPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Ph Nov 2 Zv 22WhIle White the steam steamship ateMIIIbIp steamoldp ¬
I ship Haverford which arrived here here was wasfogbound wasMuM wasfagbound
fogbound MuM on Tuesday night Ight m ia Delaware DelawareBay DelawareIBaY DelawareBay
IBaY Bay a sfrso free ftejk s c eut fwong tfie tfieiteerage titeeia
iteerage iteeia jiaesfwiiii L l Ct fifcewwteMiir fifcewwteMiirI 8M 8MI bOwitieInd bOwitieIndto
I to o quell iell the excitement were roughly roughlyhandled reagtdybanaw roughlyhandled
handled and a panic prevailed until six st of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ringleaders were arrested ane ted and placed placedIn
In irons They The were wer turned over to the theUnited theLnlt theUnited
United Lnlt States authorities here herePRESIDENT herePRESIDENT herePRESIDENT
PRESIDENT STARTS FOR HOME HOMEParty HOMEParty IIO1BI IIO1BParty
I
Party Is Expected to Reaoh Wash Washington Washington Washingion ¬
ington by Monday Night NightOvation NightOntIon NightOation
Ovation Accorded Chief Executive at atSan atSan atSan
San Jnnn Surpasses Any Reception Receptionin
in History of Inland InlandWhile IdnndWJdIe IslandWhile
While It was learned through th official re report reIJIU reports ¬
port ports to the Navft Nv Department that the theLootesana theLo1II8IIaa theLeuIss
Lootesana with the President and p prty prtyard rty rtyboard rtjabollnl
abollnl board left Ponce Porto Rico yesterday yesterdaymorning 7e6terdayfor yesterdaymorning
morning for Hampton R Roads R no direct ad advices advied advices ¬
vices were received at the White House HouseIt HouseIt e eIt
It Is believed that wireless coaununica coaununicatteos coaamunlcatIo88 communicadoes
does wilt be reestablished with the theLouisiana theLeuWAaa theLouisiana
Louisiana today todayThe 101The todaylhe
The P Presidents lg return was somewhat somewhatdelayed IIO teWhatdelayed somewhatdelayed
delayed Owing Owl to the roughness of th thsea the thesea thesea
sea outside San Sa Juan harbor he was un unable UDable anable ¬
able to board the Louisiana there as asInteftdecf was wasintended wasIntended
intended and he returned to Ponce to toboard toboerd toboard
board her there thereHe tbe19H thereHe
He H left by tram for Areefbo ANetbo aDd thence thencewent tltnceWMtt thencewent
went to Ponce by automobile ThIs en enabled enabled enaWed ¬
abled him to see other portions of the theisland theklaDd theisland
island that otherwise e he would not have haveseen 1Iann 1IanThe haveseen
seen seenThe seenTb n
The Tb Navy Deoartment Dt rtment has been in informed informed informed ¬
formed of the departure of the battle ship shipLouteana sialpLouIsana shipLoulsane
Louteana with the President on board boardfrom boanttrnm boardtrain
from Ponce Porto Rico for Hampton HamptonRoads HptoftRoac18 HamptonRoads
Roads the armored cruisers Washington Washingtonand Wulai Washingtonand 011 011ani
and Tennessee convoying convoyingIt COBV l1l l1lIt
It is believed by the officers stationed m mthe In Int inthe
the t f Navy Department that the squadron squadronwill IrqdronwiJI squadronwill
will cruise at an average speed of ft fifteen fifteenknots fteenknots teen teenknots
knots an hour between Pence and Hamp Hampton Hampton Hampton ¬
ton Roads If this is the case the Louisi Louisiana Louistana Loutsiann ¬
ana will arrive in the Roads R on Monday Mondaymorning MondAymomla Mondaymorning
morning momla The President will there be betransferred betransferred betransferred
transferred to the Dolphin and come me up upthe upthl upthe
the river reaching Washington Monday Mondayevening MondayeVtnln Mondayevening
evening eveningFor eVtnlnFor eveningFor <
For the first time in many Inti > y years neither neitherthe Reitherth neitherth
the th Prestos PreaJont nt nor r r the head of the War Wart Warnr Waror
nr t r Xavy Xa Nay Y Department partmnt will attend the West WestPnintAnnapolis Vest VestPntntAnnapolis to51 to51PointAnnapolis
PnintAnnapolis football Ii game ga i e a 1j t Franklin FranklinField tnmkJlnField rarkfljm rarkfljmField
Field Philadelphia on December 1 1Pressure 1Pr iPressure
Pressure Pr ure of official business will prevent preventthem pre preyntthem nt ntthem
them going Assistant A istant Secretaries retaries Oliver Oliverand OIferand OWerand
and Newberry will represent the army armyand armyand armyand
and navy respectively re pectively In their official officialcapacities omctalcapacities otilcialcapacities
capacities at the game gameSan gameSan gameSan
San Juan Porto Rico RIco Nov o 22 2PresI 2PresIdent Presi President Pr8ident ¬
dent Roosevelt R velt was accorded an ovation ovationsurpai o ovationsurpang tlon tlonsurpaung
surpaung surpai > ng anything ever seen in Porto PortoRico Po PortcRico o oRlcv
Rico at the reception today in his h him honor honorat honorat honorat
at the gubernatorial mansion mansionBoth mansionBoth mansionBoth
Both In point of numbers of the guests guestsand tUeStsad guestsad
ad the enthusiasm manifested > 1 th thp recep reception rectption reception ¬
tion was a iXTjrd rcs nl breaker brc kcr Many Iany persons personswere p pernon4were rns rnswere
were unable to reach the President Prest kDt < to toshake to8bake toshake
shake his hand bandAn handAn handAn
An incident was the tb reception of Free President PreslMnt Freedent ¬
dent Roosevelt and E 6 Morton who whofought whofOJllht whoforght
fought by his side at Santiago de Cuba Cubaand Cuband Cubatnd
and nd was 88 one of the first five to t ascend the thebiii thehui thebin
biii bin
Boy Bo Drowns When Vb en Ice Breaks Dre BreaksCa1unmt BreukwCalumet l1iN l1iNCalumet
Calumet Mich Nov v 21 2Dan Dan Std Sffndtte Sfndrette Stdrette
rette tte was drowned and several other otherchildren uthercblldren othercrlldren
children bad narrow escapes from death deathtoday deathtoday th thtoda
today toda on the Ice whcc wh whe they v were > rK r play playt J1KyTwo playTwo
t > g
Two Killed by Falling Fnnln Coal CoalScranton CoutoScranton ConiScranton
Scranton Pa Nov J24Uae C Mine Foreman ForemanBell ForemanPttU ForemanJeIl
Bell Evans and Fire Bosk Bo Evan van J JWilliams JWilliams 3Williams
Williams were killed by a fan of coal CGlln CGllnlhe In Inhe Inthe
the he Central Lackawaaaa Lack waaDa Colliery today todayA todayIn
A la Carte Lunch Served Daily Dailyt
Elt t Ecksteins from 12 to 3 1412 141 N Y ave AveJ
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STILLINGS STILLIGIfEPLIES STILLIGIfEPLIESTO IREPLIES IREPLIESS AtPLIES
J JTO
TO HIS S ACCUSERS ACCUSERSWill
Will Demand Commission of ofInquiry ofIllquny ofiiiqiiiry
Inquiry from iiO l Congress CongressG
6 P 0 IS DEMORALIZED DEMORALIZEDPublic DElIORALIZEDPublic DBMOIALJZEDPublic
Public Printer Declares DecIalesHimseIt DecIalesHimseItReady Himself HimselfHeady HimselfRealy
Heady to Meet reet All Charges ChargesEvery CuugesEer ChargesEvery
Every Eer Action Since lie Took Office OfficeWill Officevhll
Will vhll 111 Stand the Closest Scrutiny HIM HIMSole HiliSole HisSole
Sole Aim Being to Pat the lie Govern Government GoernUlent Governuncut ¬
uncut Printing IJrlntln Office on an Eco Economic Economic Economic ¬
nomic BiiHincsKlikc liaala na IK I the thePositive the10Idthe theIosllve
Positive Claim He ion Makes DInkesTired JIakellTIred MakesTired
Tired as he says of the internecine internecinetyouw jnternedrOuIJI Internecintroubles
tyouw troubles > in the Government Printing PrIntingOtDce PnIntin PnIntinOffice
lOflice Office Public Printer Charles A Stilling Stillingis Stillingprepartls
is preparing a report r on fie whole trou troujbted troubled troubled
jbted bled situation tuatlon He Intends to present It o uCoagnsa z zCongress oCongress
Congress at the earliest opportunity ni niat njat niat
at the saute time to demand a commlsslca commlsslcaof
of inquiry t tI
001 I want waa to present my side sld sideI he says saysI aaaI
I I court the fullest investigation Invatlga tion and I Iwant Iwuat Iwaist
want the commission to examine thor thoroughly thOtoachb thorenghty ¬
oughly an tb the flying rumors the dis discontent d deoeteDt dcontent ¬
content and the complaints and to Hstes Hsteswithout HstE1without ItstiwItheu
without wItheu prejudice to what I have nave to siy siyand 21Yaad smyand
and to what the employee will testify testifyto teatit teatitto testifyto
to toTWc
TIM action en the part of Mr StIllings Sailingsis
is the euteesM of a ossjtfMoa 1ftrl dItiou Oll which whichwhatever whichrhatewoer whichwhatever
whatever tile can ca camo hi oxmaiafeMtd nnpraielod d in the theGovernment theaoertmMJat theGovernment
Government Printing P dike Ever since sincehe alnce1M sincelie
he took the cffce of Public Printer in inJ ta1ssesnber n nbr
J 1ssesnber e wnber br 1886 i9t there has been a steady steadygrowth eteaiygrowth a1y a1yfIOwth
growth of illfeetfog and uneasiness oa oaand < n nme nthe
me part ot number of thE etDPlot etDPlotand employtand >
and this hae b coma to such a a pass that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the work of the oflce oce threnens thr tens to be becoooe become become
come deawaibed deawaibedOn demoralineOtt
On Us side Public Printer Stiilinss Stiilinssclaims StillingsdaIma uillngs uillngsdainra
claims to have done 40 notfcta 1IOItIItIIc noIh that was not notnecessary notIIIeeHarY ot otnecessary
necessary for discipline and to n > the better bettermeat betterJDeDt bettermeat
meat of the pUblic servfe bat on their theirMe thetrthere theirside
side Me there ace certain of thE employes employeswho employcswho mploHI5 mploHI5t
who maintain t that Mr Stillings lacks lacksexecutive lacksececuUve lacksexecutive
executive ability has been unnecessarily unnecessarilyharsh unnecessarlyharsh unnecessarilyharsh
harsh and arbitrary m In his rulings ard ardthat a adthat d dmat
that he has so reduced the pay if < f many manyof ma maryof y yof
of them by means of enforced furloughs furloughsand furloug furIougsand s sand
and by arbitrary cuts in wages that they theyfind theyand theydud
find it difficult to support their families familiesSo famBitsSo tamiieSo
So great has the discontent grown tint tbatthe tlatthe tintthe
the men from the various department departmentof
of the work have been holding secret secretmeetings aecr secretmeetings t ttJaS
meetings tJaS of protest and 1It there baa hat hia been beenwore be betamere 1
wore 8 Hunt an a HtUe ttie tle talk of c f a strike e which whichWhlfe WhichIt yhichsi
Whlfe WTlsW5rreaiio It could do them themthe th themai m maiW
ai aiW tbe7 th thtile hIDk dfl dflUte
the attendee of the higher authorities authoritiesperhaps authoritiesperhaJIS authoritiesperhaps
perhaps of the President dent to a condition conditionwhich CODdI conditionwhich jon jonwhich
which they consider has become come intoler intolerable Intolerable lirtolerable ¬
able ableill
Will ill Tend to Quiet Agitation AgitationIt
It is probable that the avowed purpose purposeof pu11X purposeof > e eot
of Mr Stilting SdJII to aSk zc for a commission commissionof C01I1B 81on 81onof
of inquiry into all the aJCairs of the Gay Government Go GotnuMftt Gaystnment ¬
ernment Printing p Office will willlore8tall forestall any anyfurther anyflKlher anytertber
further action of the employes and it itmay itMay itmay
may perhaps stop for the time being beingthe beingUae beingtile
the many and various complaints against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the Public Printer which have ha been find findrag findtheir findlag
rag lag their way into the t newspapers newspapersBut newspapersBut newspapersBut
But it is also a foregone conclusion conclusionthat condu conclusionthat on onthat
that the workings of any such suc commis commission commisIIIoB cornmissloe ¬
sion of inquiry will not be bealloVoed allowed to stol stojat stOIIt stolat
at investigating I v tbIg the reasons for the dir discontent dj djeonteftt dircontent ¬
content of the employee So bitter have havethe hax haxthe havethe
the charges pro and con been so far ns nsthey ISthey asthey
they have gone that once an investiga investigation jnvesttgdon investlgction ¬
tion begins it will iB have to include inquiry inquiryinto Inquirylato InquiryInto
into the waste aRe of type and machinery machinerywhich machlneQwhich machinerywhich
which even a casual observer can cannote cailnote cantnote
note is very ery great eat inquiry into allega allegations atleptlo ailegatlms ¬
tions by 2tr Stillings that certain politi political poUtical political ¬
cal and an labor union influences have ha e been beenused beenused n nused
used unfairly against him him and nJ will prob probably probabl7 probably ¬
ably be made comprehensive enough to totake h htake tetake
take up certain rather loud scandalous scandalouscharges seandalouschKr scandalouscharges
charges chKr tJti affecting a ectJng the Public Printer PrinterWhatever PrIntertever PrinterWhatever
Whatever tever the charges against H IMt Mr Still StillI Stilllags
I lags I may be De they will not take him at atalt atall atalt
alt unawares He H is pretty well advised advisedon adi adion
on his own ow showing shoy1 of what t will 111 be al alleged aiJefed alleged
leged against iD8t him and he has baabefore before any anypublic anypublic anypublic
public charges are made madeprf1ared prepared a de defease deteRH detense
tense teRH which be deems impregnable Im His Hislife Hgi Hsife
life i ife fe he says laY from boyhood on is open o n to tothe tothe tothe
the fullest investigation and inspection inspectionand Inspectionand inepectiortand
and to further the work of any commis commission eommislion commisilon ¬
lion of inquiry he has already in his pos possession posIeNIOIt peasession ¬
session certificates from Boston Boatonhis his home homecity homeeltyand homecityand
city eltyand and from the police In certain dis districts dl dltricta distnicts ¬
tricts of Washington Wa on where allegations allegationsof
of misconduct have been charged cba ed against againsthim agalnthim aginsthim
him
Wants Workmanlike Work Workair WorkMr Vorkllr
air Stilling himself attributes the rum rumpus rumpus rumpus ¬
pus among amOng the the large proportion of the 4000people 4 4people ifiM ifiMpeople
people whom he governs eras to his efforts effortsto etrortsto effortsto
to put the Government Printing Office on ona ona ona
a workmanlike and paying basis basisThere buasThem basisTbere
There te no reason he decteres ded H why whythe whythe whythe
the Government Printing Office should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnot
not be run with the same care in its ad administration admlnt administration ¬
ministration mlnt tratloa and the t same me economy as a aprivate aprivate aprivate
private establishment e This has never neverbeen nt neverbeen er erbeen
been done Into this busy hive of indus industry Indutry indurtry ¬
try many drones have hav crept cre and for the ihegood thepod thegood
good Of the service I have been trying
to weed them out Everything Everyth I have havedone runedone havedone
done has been for the purpose of f finding findingout ftndlngout findingout
out the good men and keeping them in inthe inthe inthe
the service finding out the bad men and andadmonishing andadmoltlabing andadmonishing
admonishing them to do better or forc forcing forcin forcirrg ¬
ing in them to make way for useful public publicservants publcservaata pubtcservants
servants servantsOne servaataf servantsOne
f One of the things most citiciscd recent recently recently recently ¬
ly was his confidential order No Nowhich 260 260whch 1 1whch
whch directed the foremen of the vari various various vailoug ¬
ous departments to report on the health healthability healthability healthability
ability and moral character of the em employes employes emP1OYtS ¬
ployes in In each department d t Says Mr MrStiHings IrStilUnp MrStillinga
StiHings StiHingsThis StilUnpThis StillingaThis
This order was ntfalm mtiii nhlieemood dood scMood at first firstand ftl8tand firstand
and there was talk of smne Meot of the fore foremen foremen foremen ¬
men resigning restpl rather than ebey it it As a amatter amatter amatter
matter of fact no foreman has rlsgned rlsgnedon
on that account account and all are making makJ the thereports thereports thereports
reports I required requiredSome requiredSome requiredSome
Some of the reports were seen They Theyare Tht Thtat Theyate
are at made up m In tabulated form and they theycomprise the thecomprise theycomprise
comprise in effect a daily record of each eachemploye earhemploye eachemploys
employe his capacity for work the th state stateof stateor stateof
of his health health his moral character Ac AcThus c cThus cThus
Thus if a man is a drinking man the re report Tfport yeport ¬
port shows it if the man is in debt the thereport thereport thereport
report shows it If a a man is I habitually habituallylate ha habituallylate tually tuallylate
late to work the reports shows it itThus Itrhus itThus
Thus say y the tb Public Printer when wh1It whenit whenit
it is 1 necessary on account of slackness slacknessof
of work to lay la men off o I am enabled to tomy toMY tolay
MY my off without hesitation the men who whohave w wbae wTi wTihave
have proved themselves the least useful usefulto
to 1 the department departmentHis departmentHis deportmentHis
His Corps of Inspector InspectorA
A criticism that bag been often leveled leveledagainst leveledagainst leveledagainst
against the Public Printer Pt to iris etablish Mtabl1shCO etablishCOXTIXUED etnbllshCONTINUED
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