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on the part of officers and man is one oneof oneof oneof
of the causes for the serious congestion congestionalong congestionalong congestionalong
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problem that is embodied in the Inability Inabilityof
of the railroads to supply cars in suffi sufficient sufficient sufficient ¬
cient numbers to carry the necessities necos ltles of oflife oflife oflife
life Railway wrecks in inmfiny many instances instancesare Instancesare instancesare
are also declared to be the direct result resultof resultor resultof
of placing too much responsibility or as asaigning as81gnlng assigning
signing too much work to a single set of ofofficers ofofficers ofofficers
officers or men or to individuals individualsAs
As far as the railroads are concerned concernedthe concernedthe concernedthe
the assertion is made in l an official quar quarter quarter quarter ¬
ter that their failure to furnish ample fa facilities facllitles faduties ¬
duties for the carriage of merchandise merchandiseis
is caused by a II lack of labor As they arc areunable arcunable arcunable
unable to get an adequate supply of la labor labor labor ¬
bor those already alre d employed are pushed pushedto
to the utmost utmostWe utmostVe utmostWe
We Ve are working work jag too hard too rapidly rapidlyand rapidlyand rapidlyand
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and too long 4tch aCA day said Senator SenatorHenry SeftatorHenry SenatorHenry
Henry C Hansfarough of North Dakota Dakotawho Dakotawho Dakotawho
who was Instrumental in inducing Inducln the In Interstate Interstate Interstate ¬
terstate Commerce Commission to insti institute institute Institute ¬
tute an inquiry into the causes of the thecar thecar thecar
car famine This eyil e 11 is not peculiar peculiarto
to the railroad world alone It extends extendsinto eCtendsInto extendsInto
into nearly every line of American business busi business business ¬
ness life The pace IB I swift We Ve must let letup letup letup
up or nervous prostration will become becomedistinctly becomedistinctly becomedistinctly
distinctly an American Amerl n malady maladyApplies maladyppUes maladyApplies
Applies to Whole Country CountryMartin CountryMartin CountryMartin
Martin W Knapp chairman of the In Interstate Interstate Interstate ¬
terstate Commerce Commission asserted assertedthat uaect assertedthat d dthat
that the whole country In the individual individualcase Jndh1dualcase individualcase
case as in the corporate case was a in a astate astate astate
state of congestion congestionWhen congost congestion congestionWhen n nWhen
When shown the observations of Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor Hansbrough and Chairman Knapp KnappCharles KnappCharles KnappCharles
Charles P Neill United States Commis Commissioner CommiesloneI Commissioner ¬
sioner of Labor last night saW These 11HIMSUge5UOIl8 Thesesuggestions The Thesuggestions
suggestions open up a very IntertWtln IntertWtlnfield interestingfield interesting interestingfield < <
field for investigation Ine Ugatlon in which I think it itwould ItWould itwould
would be well worth while to make a acareful acareful acareful
careful study studyIt studyIt studyIt
It was Senator Hanabrough who flr first IrIttbroUbt firstbrought t tbrought
brought to the attention of the later laterstate Iaterstte Interstate
state Commerce Commission in a formal formalway formalway formalway
way the conditions arising in the North Northwest Nort Nortwest Northwest ¬
west incident to the famine in freight freightcars freldltears freightcars
cars carsWhen
When the car shortage te over he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said it will be found foundthat that one of the thechief thechief thechief
chief causes cau e of the trouble mu le is that the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people responsible for the operations of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the railroads of the country from presi presidents presidents presidents ¬
dents to switchmen are simply over overworked overworked overworked ¬
worked This is evidenced by the fact factthat tactthat factthat
that in the Northwest t all the available availableside availableside availableside
side trackage is blocked with rolling rollingstock roUtngstock rollingstock
stock where trainmen have been obliged obligedto
to shunt it oft in order that the main mainlines mainlines mainlines
lines might be kept open for such traffic trafficas trafftcas traliicas
as the railroads are able to handle handleCannot hAndleCannot handleCannot
Cannot Get Help HelpRailway He1pRailway HelpRailway
Railway managers find it extremely extremelydifficult extremelydl1llcult extremelydifficult
difficult to obtain the additional help that thatis thatis
is necessary n ry for their increased business businessThose buelnSSTbo businessThose
Tbo Those e already alread employed emplo ed on the road roadhave roadhave roadhave
have reached the condition through over overwork overWork overwork ¬
work where there no longer exists the theambition theambition theambition
ambition and and incentive that should exist existThe existThe existThe
The nervous tension has almost reached reachedthe reachedthe reachedthe
the limit This condition of affairs is isnot 18not Isnot
not alone peculiar to the operation of ofrailroads ofrailroads ofrailroads
railroads It exists in almost every ave avenue aveonue aver avernue ¬
nue of labor We Ve find it in Washington Washingtonin 1Va hlngton hlngtonIn
in the executive X Cutlve departments in an anabout and IUIdabout andabout >
about the Senate and in and about the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House We find it in a marked degree degreeat degreeat degreeat
at the White House HouseSenator HouseSenator HouseSenator
Senator Hansbrough declared that the thegovernment theg thegovernment
government g v n m ntomplO employes es were were ere overworkedowing overworked overworkedowing oerworkedoV1ng
owing to the need for larger forces of ofemploye ofemployH ofemployes
employe employeThe employHTlle employesTile
The Civil Service Commission is failing failingto
to supply the necessary neces lt number of people peopleto
to keep the wheels of government mov moving movIng moving ¬
ing he said Only last winter we were wereobliged wereobliged Wero WeroobUged
obliged in passing a law creating creat1 g a new newbureau newbureau newbureau
bureau to waive the requirements of the thecivil thecivil thecivil
civil service laws in making appointments appointmentsto
to such bureau It will be necessary I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have no doubt to do the same with withrespect withrespect 1th 1threspect
respect to other bureaus bureausRailroad bureausRnllrontb butreausRailroads
Railroad Panic Xot Easy EasySo EasySo EasySo
So far ar as the government service is isconcerned Isconcerned isconcerned
concerned the difficulty can be overcome overcomebut overool overoolbut overcomebut
but with respect to the railway service servicethe sericethe servicethe
the task will not be so easy ees Railway Railwaymanagers Railwaymanagers Railwaymanagers
managers themselves and those officers officerswho officerswho officerswho
who are drawing large salaries will m be beobliged beobliged beobliged
obliged in the future to give closer per personal personal personal ¬
sonal attention to their business It is isno isno isno
no longer a question of dividends with withthe withthe withthe
the railroads it Is a question of satisfactory satis satisfactory tls tlsfactory ¬
factory service and it is a matter in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the whole whale hle body of the people at atlarge atlarge atlarge
large is interested interestedThe interestedThe interestedThe
The whole country is In a state e of ofmore ofmore ofmore
more or less congestion in the individual indi individual individual ¬
vidual case as in the organized or corporate cor corporate corporate ¬
porate case said Chairman Knapp KnappThere KnappThere KnappThere
There is a condition of inefficiency re resulting resulting resulting ¬
sulting from demands which exceed present pres present present ¬
ent capacity A railroad performs excellent ex excellent excellent ¬
cellent service up to about the limit of ofits ofIt ofits
its It capacity but if required to furnish furnishper
25 per cent more service than It is pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared for its whole work is carried on onat onat onat
at disadvantage with increased expenses expensesper expensesPtr expensesper
per unit and with more or less confusion confusionand contusionand confusionand
and demoralization demoralizationFnll demoralizationFnU demoralizationFalls
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and fitted for a given output of work workwill workwill workwill
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entire satisfaction But Jf continuouslypressed continuously continuouslypressed continuouslypressed
pressed with a considerable excess beyond beyondwhat beyondwhat beyondwhat
what he Is habitually required to meet meethe meethe meethe
he like the railroad gets into a state stateof stateof stateof
of diminished epergy and discourage discouragement dfscoumgement discouragement ¬
ment and so does his work per unit at atgreater atgreater atgreater
greater friction and with less satisfac satisfaction satisfaction satisfaction ¬
tion than under normal circumstances circumstancesThe circumstancesThe circumstancesThe
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prospect of advancement finds no suffi sufficient sufficient sofaclout ¬
cient incentive to determined effort but butyields butyields butyields
yields to the temptation to do no more morethan morethan morethan
than enough to hold his place placeThat pllceThat placeThat
That temptation is very ery powerful when
in times like the present there Is a lack lackof lackor lackof
of capable labor in every activity so soS3S soI
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I lcan can readily understand said Com Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner ¬
missioner Neill how the demands on onthe onthe onthe
the railroads should become so groat groatthat groatthat groatthat
that they would be unable to supply supplyenough supplyenough supplyenough
enough cars tq handle the business buslne s I Icannot Icannot Icannot
cannot see that overwork on the part partof partof partof
of the men would result in lessening lesseningthe lesseningthe lesseningthe
the activities of the railroad rnUro < < d Condi Conditions C Ondi Onditions ndl ndllions ¬
tions are the same as in a machine shop shopThe shopThe shopThe
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that scarcity refty in the labor market and andthe andthe andthe
the inability In Wltty of the railroads to handle handlethe handlethe handlethe
the business bwlne offered to them are respon responsible responsible responsibie ¬
sible for the present conditions in the theWest taoVest theWest
West The Labor Bureau has not taken takenup takenup takenup
up the Investigation of railroad labor laborThe laborThe laborThe
The suggestions sugge tleu of Senator Hansbrough Hansbroughand Hansbroughand IIansbroughand
and Chairman Knapp open up a a field of ofinquiry ofInquiry ofinquiry
inquiry that should be given attention attentionWOMEN ttentJonWOldEN
WOMEN WANT MELON CUT 1 TOO TOOClaim TOOClaim TOOClaim
Claim They Cannot Make Livelihood Livelihoodat
at Government Printing Office OfficeFolding OffioeFoJl1hag OfficeFolding
Folding Room Employes Believe BelieveThey DeUeeThe BelieveThey
They The Are Entitled to Increase Increasein InerenscIn
in Wages WagesIn rnge rngeIn
In the general agitation for an 81 incr incri J lnereme lneremeIn cr crIn
In i salary 1arT of Congressman gowitpMMit gowitpMMitclerks Jf gavernpwatclerks t tclerks
clerks and officials oOlda of all bnutcnas 1 of f the thegovernment theg6erament thegovernment
government service the women employed employedin
in the folding room of the Government GovernmentPrinting GcwermnentPrlDUnS GovernmentPrinting
Printing Offlee hope to find a cbunploeho champion champkmwho championwho
who ho will take up their case and use his hisinfluence h htnftuence hisInfluence
influence to secure for them sufficient in increase InC1eUe Increase ¬
crease to afford them means of a decent decentlivelihood d8CftttJlyeJJhoocI decentlivelihood
livelihood livelihoodThe JlyeJJhoocIThe livelihoodThe
The bookbinders in the Government GovernmentPrinting GOV8l1ltPrtntlng GovernmentPrinting
Printing Office who average eraIO 4 a day re recently recently recently ¬
cently complained that their pay was insuflclent in insufficient InsutDclent ¬
sufficient for their needs and a that they theyilnd the7ftnd theyfind
find themselves tbem l unable to meet living ex expenses expell8fS expenes ¬
penses that they are forced to demand demandan dIUIMJan demandan
an increase of 12 1 per per cent in their theirwag tIMIrwa theirwogs
wag wa wogs wogsComplaint > s sComplaint sComplabat
Complaint Is now being made 11NI4e by the thewomen the4 the4VOmen thewomen
women in the folding room that they ace aceworking anOrlctng areworking
working for starvation wages WBe Many of ofthese orthee ofthese
these toilers are widows with children to tosupport tosuppOrt tosupport
support others take care of aged parents parentswhile X Xwhile parentswhile
while the majority are girls who 110 are areobliged areobliged areobliged
obliged to earn their own livelihoodPieceworkers livelihood livelihoodPieceworkers I IPleeeworkfts
Pieceworkers in the folding room are arepaid aJepaJd arepaid
paid for the actual labor performed and andnot a aftOt andnot
not for the time they spend in the shop shopThey sbopThey shopThey
They are expected to be at their work workbenches workbenches VOIk1teDe1tM ¬
benches from S in m the morning until such suchtime suchUme suchtime
time in the evening ping as is necessary to tocomplete tocomplete tocomplete
complete any work that may RIlL come in inlate JaIte islate
late lateThe
The conditions of Twitch they complain complainarise complaharise complainarise
arise rise from the fact that th t after sitting sittingaround stttJagaround sittingaround
around idle all the morning and perhaps perhapsuntil perhaPlunut perhapsuntil
until 3 1Jt 31 or 4 4 la the afternoon a Mule Mulework JlttJevork littlework
work may be brought in requiring proba probably prol prolbly probably ¬
bly only an hour to do This may mean meanonly meanonly meanonly
only a few cents c ts for each person which whichhowever whlehhowever whichhowever
however would constitute the days s pay payas payas
as the time spent in idleness is free of ofexpense ofexpense ofexpense
expense to the government Folders Foldersy Foldersythat say saythat saythat
that there was a time when 2 a day was wasconsidered wucon wasconsidered
considered con ldered an average wage but thatthis that thatthis thattbl
this tbl is a thing thin of the past There seems seemsto seemsto seemsto
to be no average now the pay ranging rangingfrom rangingfrom rangingfrom
from nothing a day to anything an thjng under underand underand J2 J2and
and occasionally that sum many of the theworkers theworkers theworkers
workers receiving sums ranging r nglng from 1 1to 16 16to 16to
to J28 t 3 for a whole months salary The Thefolders Thefokl Thefolders
folders fokl rs are at their posts of duty every everyday everyday everyday
day and are anxious to perform good goodwork goodwork goodwork
work and they claim to perform better betterlabor betterIItbor betterlabor
labor than that for which other women In Inthe inthe inthe
the Government Printing Office receive receiveday 2 2a 2a
a day dayVisitors dayVIsitors dayVisitors
Visitors at the big shop it Is said see seeing seeing oe oejng ¬
ing the women sitting around in enforced enforcedidleness entor enforcedidleness < < 1 1Idleness
idleness are frequently heard to remark remarkthat remarkthat remarkthat
that they the women get their money moneyeasy moneyoas moneyeasy
easy oas but the outsiders are not aware of otths ofth ofthe
the th fact that when there Is no work workthere workthere workthere
there Is no pay payDelmtinpr PItyDclmtlnJ payDebating
Debating Team Is Picked PickedA
A C Agnew C L Allen South SouthDakota SouthDakota SouthDakota
Dakota E P Gates and Louis Schrei Schreiner Schreiner Schreiner
ner will comprise the George Washington WashingtonUniversity WashingtonUniversity WashingtonUniversity
University debating team to meet the theteam theteam theteam
team from from the University of Cincinnati in inJoint InJulnt inJoint
Joint debate It is a peculiar coincidence coincidencethat coincidencethat coincidencethat
that out of the thirty candidates all allthree anthree allthree
three of the principals selected in the thepreliminary thepreUmlnr thepreliminary
preliminary debates held Saturday Sat rday nights nightsfor nightsfor nightsfor
for several weeks past are Westerners WesternersThe WesternersThe Yestcrnt > rs rsThe
The four men will go to Cincinnati on onMarch onMarch onMarch
March 1 1 17 7 Unusual numnl Interest was dis displayed dlaplayed displayed ¬
played In the preliminary debates as s evidenced evi evidenced 01qeneed ¬
denced by b the large number of candidates candidateswho candidateswho i iwho
who comprised the best debating talent talentin talentin talentht
in George Washington The looal men menare menare menare
are sanguine of success successTo successTo successTo
To Set Date for UlnKer Trial TrialJustice Trln1JuaUce TrialJustice
Justice Stafford St ftord will probably set a day dayat dayat dayat
at this mornings session of the court for forthe fortho forthe
the trial of Representative Blhgar Her Hermann Hermann Hermann ¬
mann of Oregon who IS isindicted Is Indicted for de destroying destro destroying ¬
stroying stro lng government recprds the property propertyof
of the General Land Office of which he hewas hewas hewas
was was formerly the Commissioner Mr Her Hermann Hermann Hermann ¬
mann became involved in the land frauds fraudsand fraudsand fraudsand
and In consequence thereof was 88 in indicted Indicted Indicted ¬
dicted in Oregon and In the District of ofColumbia otColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia It is also expected that Dis District District District ¬
trict Attorney Baker will ask Justice JusticeStafford JustlceStafford JusticeStafford
Stafford to set a dny for the trial of the theHydeHenaon theHlIeHenaon theHydeHenson
HydeHenaon land fraud cases casesWill casesWill casesWill
Will Celebrate Forefathers Day DayThis DayThis DayThis
This evening the Washington Congrega Congregational Congregational Congregational ¬
tional Club will meet In celebration of ofForefathers ofForefathers ofForefathers
Forefathers Day An elaborate pro programme programme programme ¬
gramme has been prepared commencing commencingas
as all such should with an elaborate elaboratedinner elaboratedinner elaboratedinner
dinner ReV Re Franklin Noble D D Dpresident Dpresident Dpresident
president of the club TV P Thirkleld Thirkleldpresident ThlrldeldpTesldent Thirkleldpresident
president of Howard University Justice JusticeW JusticeV JusticeW
W V P Stafford and Rev George Bailey BaileyPhD BaileyPhD BaileyPhD
PhD are slated for addresses dealing dealingwith dealingwith dealingwith
with our Pilgrim forefathers A number numberof numberor numberof
of musical features will be rendered by bylocal bylocn1 bylocal
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MONEY MONEY OEY ARISTOCRACY ARISTOCRACY WORST WORSTDr
Dr Mitchell Deories Modern Ten Tendency Tendency Tendenoy ¬
dency to Worship Wealth WealthTells WealthTcn WealthTells
Tells Tcn Y 31 C A Audience Clan Class Din DintinctlniiN DIIItinction Diatinctions
tinctlniiN in America Arc More to toBe toDe toBe
Be Deplored than in England EnglandThe EnglandThe EnglandThe
The everIncreasing eYerlncrea blg danger of the theformation thetormaUon thefermatton
formation of an II aristocracy ey engendered engenderedby ensender d dby
by the present tendency to value a man manby manby manby
by th tile amount t of 0 money ney he accumulates accumulatesB accumulatsdwelt
was dwelt upon b by Dr C B Mitchell in inhis Inhl3 inhis
his address before the Y M C A yesterday yester yesterday ye ter tercia ¬
day cia afternoon According to Dr D Mitchell Mitchellit
it was w what a man himself h lf is and not notthe notthe notthe
the amount of wealth which bleh he hewldcb possesses possesseswhich possesseswhich
which at the present t day should call callforth callforth callforth
forth from his h felbwmen fellow men admiration and andrespect rindrespect nd ndre8leCt
respect He incidentally paid a high hightribute hightribute hightribute
tribute to President Roosevelt saying sayingthat sayingthat ylng ylngthat
that the cause caa e for his courage in the po political poUtlcal poIttle ¬
litical Ittle I fl Held ld was the remit I AIlt of his belief beliefthat bellethat beliefthat
that his actions were right rightThere rlcbtThao rightThere
There faces face us today 10 said Dr DrMitchell DrMitchell DrMitchell
Mitchell n an aristocracy larger more morepowerful morepOwerteL morepowerful
powerful and meaner than any that has hasever hasever hasever
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