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THE WASHINGTON HERALD WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1907
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Before President PresidentffANT PresidentVANT PreidmtscANT
scANT A STATEMENT FROM HIM HIMDmitry HIMI HIM1iHL1r
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Dmitry t untr They Thc Think Should Be BeTola Be10hl Beflhl
Tola flhl Agrnlu That Federal FCllelftlOo Fed in1 Govern Government GovernineRt rl1 rl1J1tnt ¬
ineRt Docs Not Intent to Persecute PersecuteI Per ecutc ecutclbIIlAction
I lbIIlAction L horn Action of Stales Causes Ap Aprfeucn8ioii AII111l8IouDKtC AllteIINlflh1Dajes
rfeucn8ioii 111l8IouDKtC Dates for Conferences ConferencCNr
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r 1 ii < railway uJI LY magnates ot the country countryiiietajliorieally countryrin11y I
iiietajliorieally rin11y on their knees to tosjiicnt tosichmt toikTt
sjiicnt ikTt Roosevelt They mny not iiotis be beit p I
it j < < as contrite IIHritc as they tt would have the thenoral tbewral theiral
noral public believe but It is obvious obvioust I IIt
It t they t I Iiy are ar anxious to have the Federal Federalvfrnment Fedenllnrnm Federulrnnient
vfrnment nrnm rnnient nt come orne to their rescue rescueIn rescueIn
In 11 spite pite of the he activity of the Interstate Interstatesnnurce Interstatenm1trce Interstatennltrce
snnurce Commission is seems that tbe tbei thetiroads
i 1 tiroads i roads desire d sire protection against the theirious theIrious theIrious
irious States as much as against the theauthorities eauthotitie8 theauthorities
authorities at Washington ton Within the theist thelast thelasL
last ist few months nearly every State in intie Inthe inthe
the Union has enacted laws affecting the theKreat thegrtut thegreat
great transportation t portation lines in one way Wayanother or oranother oranothtr
another and men like Morgan and Har Hari Harriman Herriflian
inian riflian i realize that this thL is is because e of the theB theneral thegneral
gneral B neral belief that Congress has failed to tonact totnact to4nact
tnact nact legislation which will corjpct eor t the thetransportation thetansportation thetansportatjon
transportation abuses of which the cone country eouftl ¬
try l ry has long Ion complained While they do dojiot cIoJlOt doJot
Jot like Mr Roo8evelt Roosevelt the big railroad railroadnan raUroa4lIln raftr sd sdlefl
nan lIln have a very lively appreciation tIn of ofis tis ot1i
1i is personal popularity and they think thinkthat thlBka thinkflhat
flhat that a word from him at t this time would wouldKO wooWu
I KO u far toward preventing further inimical inimicalin
I 1 in illtion i tion by any of the States and a more morenarly JROrei
i I narly settled condition of affairs Ingn prevail prevailgenerally weaUiieraI1y
generally generallyWhile gn iieraI1y iieraI1yWhile rally rallyWhile
While the recent visit 1fIdt 1zit of E E H H Harrl Harrlnin BarrII
nin I I JO gt to Washington indicated with con conVirt conira
Virt ira 1 rable ble cJearness the present t attitude attitudei attitudetile
i i the tLi men who manage the tMioludy railroads railroadsibody ratlrodP41y
ioludy > ibody P41y here was prepared for the sudden suddenijH IIUd4ealjpfaranc suddsuiaranccot
ijH ljpfaranc iaranccot > > arane < J Pierpont GI1L > Morgan at the thev thehllt theLite
v liite House Mr Morgan has seen the thei
i ident on more than one previous p 1oua oc ociu oc oci oci
iu i iu n when wben the regulation of the rail railand railIIOtds railI
IIOtds I i1s and corporations was to the front frontatiii frontui
atiii is known to be on much better betteri betterIns betterhVt
hVt i Ins with itb Mr Roosevelt than is Mr Mrii rLUTlman MZtitrulman
ii titrulman triiman Consequently Con Mr Morgan MorganMiif MolWftPlt
Miif L Plt quietly to the dty ty arranged a for an aninterview annttniew aninterview
interview with the President gave out a aj atttlI1ent attttflent
j ttt tttlI1ent inent and returned to New York YorkW YorkIfort YorkI1ur
W Ifort lure it was generally known kao that he heVin ben hev
Vin v n entertained the Idea of coming here hereio hefto hereo
> io o Definite DwtuM Arranged ArrangedFt
Ft T t was W lS < stated at the White House yes yestrniay y ytnldY ycoitr4ity
trniay afternoon that so far no definite definitetinu deftDltetime deIlniteliflie
time has been set setter for the conference of ofi
i > > four railroad nreaidents t11 mentioned men by byMr byI byMr
Mr I J Morgan DMeuftI Messrs MeJfen eUeIa e1IeU McCrea McCreaX Keenawman MeCreaman
X vman man and Buchittwlth Hughitt with the Presi Presii
i nt n t I However they are expected to toni tonit tOuI
< > ni nit uI here within the next xL few days daysMr dayLr
Mr r Harriman I I arriman has made no definite en eniment en enment entilent
iment ment with the President as yet yetij yetI
ij 1 it is not bs1eved believed lJeved t tt t be win winto winto willt
to t the White House with the other otheri otbeifor
i i 1 for whom Who whom Mr Morgan arranged arrangedi
i I audience t In I is possible however that thatHitrriman thatr thatharriman
r Harriman Arill r 1w1U be in l Washington to torrow toPW toW
rrow W He H Hfhas has made a tentative en enift eaVIIt enuV
VIIt ift uV with wfth the Interstate Commerce Commercemission Commerceslm commeTcesion
mission slm tor that date it isunder isunderi Is under underj underand
i and before returning to New York Yorkfor Yorkrranp Yorkrrangtor
rranp rrangtor for a conference eont with the thent thent thent
nt
said S tid to be the purpose purpo of tbe rail rafla railgates
a 1 gates to attempt to induce Pros Preset Prostisevelt ¬
et Iousevelt 1 tisevelt to issue a statement eon eonu eoathe eonLhe
u the railroad railroadtuati situation B It is their theirccording theirtcOIdtDa theircoedtng
ccording to reliable information informationv
I v the President give out a state statet
t 1 I 1 the effect that the general gov govnt govt
0 nt t has he no Intention of persecuting persecutingrulroadm peneeutiDr persecutingroads
rulroadm r llroad8 roads or indeed to do anything anythingat
r at t t this time than enforce existing existingimiIar existingA I Ii
A i s Similar assurances u have been given giveni givencountry
i country heretofore but the railroad railroadli
5 li < riiknts 1 nta nt seem to think that a repetition repetitioni repetitIOntlleli1
i i thc tlleli1 in Is necessary The point they theyMia theyIi
Mia Ii i is i Is that the present uncertainty fa favis IIIJlodtling Isttling
vis Jlodtling ttling transportation conditions gen genrMy KenIy geey
> rMy Iy y and is affecting dee nc the Wall street streetarkiet street1trktt streetrkt
1trktt arkiet rkt not particularly to the detrim detriment detrimentthe nt ntthe t ttlt
the wealthy men but of persons of ofit ofor ofsr
it sr means who have invested their say savin sayin v vi
i in I n railroad stocks In preference to toindustrials tojid to1ustriala
industrials jid 1ustriala jst iaI8 or others othersSmall othersSaiaU othersSetll
Small Inventors Alarmed AlarmedThose AIKrmcllTl1
Those Tl1 1 hose > se people it is asserted are alarmed alarmedv alarmedby
It by > v the present attitude of not only the thevarious tJaedious therious
various dious States but the Federal govern government IOvernIwnt governflit ¬
ment flit nt Their idea is that everybody in inofficial b1official intflChd
official Wb Washington OD from the President Presidentdown Pral PresidentlWfl entown
down own is preparing Dre to crack each railroad railroadh raI1Na4had railroadhad
h had < ad that appears above the surface surfaceLegislation surfaceLgilatlon surfaoeLgislation
Legislation inimical to railroads raIllOBdllJaW8 raIllOBdllJaW8ikf rIIftmdIIWIik laws lawslike
like Iik that limiting < the hours of service of ofmployes oftmploesls
tmploesls 4 mployes is being enacted by Congress Congressthy eorthy Congresstli
tli thy y say the Department of Justice Is Iswaiting Isw Iswaiting
waiting w at ting to take advantage of every everyIihle pos possible ponhI ¬
sible hI opportunity to prosecute te the rail railroads railroads railrads ¬
roads they assert t and the Interstate InterstateCommerce lD Interstateinmerce entate entatemmerce
Commerce mmerce Commission is staying St7iG awake awakenights awakeniothts awakenights
nights trying to find some means of ofharassing ofJilrnsing of1iarazing
harassing the railroads railroadsThe raiJroedLThe railroadsThe
The view of the general public is quite quitedifferent quiteditTerent quiteditfrent
different from this thJ8 being merely that the theFJ theFJirnl theFJral
FJ FJirnl ral and tbe various State govern governments aovern1irt governitrts ¬
ments are proceeding to regulate the rail railT raUrads
T rads ails according to methods which they theyshould theyohould theyIrnuId
should have adopted long ago But the theit theit thejt
it u of the general public does not affect affecth
h railroad magnates The position po Uoa of ofinvestors ofj ofIIIvkstOrs
investors j Ii estors in railroad stocks In their posi position poIIItlfi pealUufl ¬
tion and In order that conditions as asil ut
il t ty y see them may be changed they are areanxious arel1xious areri
anxious ri X bUS to have the President P t say y that thatL
L is not opposed to railroads and that that thatII thatu
5 = 0 fir as is made possible by his oAce oAcewill oftIee oftIeewill otticeI
I will not permit any injustices to be bedne betl beti
tl dne n e the railroads raI1rodaAside railroadsside railroadsAside
Aside side from tile declaration that no dod deflT
T it 1 engagements enppme with the railroad pros presits P Pdnts proshad
dnts < its had been made so far the White WhiteHnse
Hnse 1 11 W4 was silent on the question yoster yosterThe yestorI
1 The President did not see any news newsHT De Del newsr
l HT 1 r men and give them the beneflt of ofviews ofjws ofvi
views vi jws ws as he has done frequently frequentlyother frequentlythor
I < 11 other thor questions were up Cons Consertly CoIuIenUn Consty
nUn ty his future course In the premises premisesuncertain premIIIea1I
> uncertain uncertainNo 1I t rtaift rtaiftI rtaiflc
No c I Genernl Hairt Planned PlannedTt
Tt is known that tbe government pvermnentrlo does doesno doesr
no r contemplate what is described as a aK a1Iral aU
K iinil U ral raid on the railroads rallroadaan Assur Assurano Aseurare
ano an > s ar arC > given that the Interstate Com Commerce CommfTlt Coinir ¬
merce ir > Commission has no Intention cer certainly certdnly errldifllY ¬
tainly no present pre intention of making a astarchinj aanhlng asarchIng
starchinj anhlng inquiry during the theTIIss Congress Congressr CongressTyIS
r TIIss cess into the finanriai operations of ofrailways ofr ofs ofrflvaS
railways railwaysThere r rflvaSTlwre i
There l i s only one order for tor an a inquiry inquiryon
on n the books of the commission C Ltl TIII a This Thisrmrerns This4lnrns
rmrerns mrrDtl the Gnat NortIaen Northern and the theNortbt theNurtlitrn
Nortbt Nurtlitrn otlltrn rn FaeWe against which complaint oompbtintlias coarpIalntbi complaintii
lias ii been made that they are violating violatingtli <
tli t b order ord of the United States tntes Supreme SupremeCourt SU1 Supremewrt > reme remeourt
Court ourt for a dissolution dll > of the Northern NorthernS Northernur Northernurit1e
S urities ur tlE Company ompany tlf concern which whichembodied whichtmhodiE whichrnhodied
embodied < i the th merger m rger of oi the Great North Northern Northan ¬
ern rn and Northern Pacific PacificNothing Paclticothin Paclt PacltNothing
Nothing othin whatever ha hon done by the thecommission the thefmmi
commission fmmi lln with refenur reten liC t the t he refusal refusalf
f E H fI I Harriman 110 t < > answer certain certainquestiom certainluf8tion certain1uP5tiofl
questiom When the curniiUM mllUHion ion retum retumd
d to Washington lUngton after hearing Mr Har Harritiian Harrir1In Harrirt
ritiian rirt fl in Xiw York Jt was intimated that thatan thatll
an a ll dpI IB ii > would be made to the theInited tl1rnit the1nted <
Inited rnit St t < s Court for the > Southern Southerndistrict Southfrndistrict Southerndistrict
district o NvW w York Y rk to issue an order
requiring Mr t2 Harriman to answer The Theicommission Theoommlllon TheooinnIssion
commission however has done don nothing nothtJ1gand nothingand i iand
and If it takes up the matter maW r at nil all it itwill itwUl Itwill
will not be until utterthere has bean an anofficial IIoIIcIat anometal
official determination by it a to whether whetherthe wJletherthe whetherthe
the Southern Pacific and the Union Pa Pacific Paelk Padde ¬
elk are competing lines linesTo BMTo linesTo
To llenr Arprumeiii ArprumeiiiOn J crkuiiicnfOtt rJiullcl1 f fOat
On April 4 the commission comml s1on will hear I aa aaargument JIarcument anargument
argument by representatives of these theserailroads tbeMraUroada thisrailroads
railroads The matter of compelling oompeIUngilJ oompeIUngilJHarriman cornpelllngMrHarriman Air AirHarriman
Harriman to answer will not be consid considered eoMldereel conaldcrud ¬
crud ereel if at all an until this question qu questionpetition Uon ot ofJeUUon ° cow cowpeUtion
petition has been determined determinedA
A member oC the Interstate Commerce CommerceCommission eoeeCommlulon CommerceCommission
Commission said last night T The Tf Tfenultnt rr rrerument Y YCfl3Pieflt
erument has no Intention of enforcing eufarctngthe eI1terclBthe enforcingthe
the interstate commerce act III n re revengeful re reengluI TOvengcul ¬
vengeful spirit No harsh ban measures J win winbe winbe willbe
be adopted It hi my my belief thai the thepresent UNtprt thepresent
present prt Sent > uneasiness in the railroad world worldis worldis worldis
is a manifestation muif n of a condition snow snowing show ahoworing showing ¬
ing that railroad men are beginning tq tqexperience tot tqexperience
experience t a sense of responsibility lNdblUt7 to tothe 00the tothe
the law and the public The people willno will willno in inno
no longer tolerate what Is know me as high highfinance < Mgtifinance 1IIIttfinance
finance overcapitalization and stock stockmanipulation tockmanipulation stockmanipulation
manipulation Railroad men are BOW BOWrealizing IIOWrealizln nowrealizing
realizing realizln that the solvency tvency of their busi business bQsInp business ¬
np ness depends upon a ready and willing willingcompliance wllUneI willingcompliance
I compliance with the law Ja They can III Hiafford IIII IIIafford
I afford in these piping ptPh times to scoff and andjeer aMI andleer
I jeer at the law and those t who are arecharged arei arecharged
i charged with the duty of enforcing it itIt itI itIt
I It is held in some quarters that the thestatement tilestatement thestatement
statement made by Mr Morgan M following followinghis foUowillbis foliowbighis
his conference with the President will willhave wtubAve willhave
have practically the same influence as if ifthe Iftbe ifthe
the President had himself elf made a declara declaration decIaratlon declaration ¬
tion of a reassuring nature It t was wassaid wa wasaid wassaid
said at the White House yestordny yest rdtty > that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Morgans statement was author authorised autJaorlsed authorlied ¬
lied isedHOTIF lsedSICK
liedSICK
HOTIF SICK SCIENTIST A PUZZLE PUZZLETreasury PUZZLETreasury PIIZZLETreasury
Treasury Officials Ponder Over His HisPerplexing HisFerplexing HisPerplexing
Perplexing Case CaseDo OaseDo CaseDo
Do Not ot Iviiow I uow Whether bothcr Iii lnipcqtor lnipcqtoriLers pcot pcotaiiyurs pcQto pcQtoJlior
aiiyurs nt Baltimore UnlUmorch In untitled Ifintltlodto
to Full Pay P8 or Xot XotWilliam VotWilliam ot otWOllam
William H H Myers yen a customs inspector inspectorat I Iat
at Baltimore lUmore reported sick the other day dayMyers dayMyen dayMjeia
Myers is a Christian Scientist t The Tb cnn customs e eto1U cnnteals ¬
toms service requires that all persons penoaa8Ick oh ohsick ehsick
sick leave must JR present a physicians physicianscertificate IlIIIdUeertIftcate phyaldanseertlfleate
certificate There has been no attending attendingdoctor atteBdlDcdoctoI att1ngdoctor
doctor in Myers yen case consequently the theTreasury theTle88uIY theTreasury
Treasury officials in Washington have havehad havehad e ebad
had the incident m brought to their notice noticeThe JIOdceTbequatioa noticeThe
The Tbequatioa question that Is punting the offi officiate om omeIaJ odidab ¬
ciate dab Is that it Myers wasnt really sick sickwhich aIckwbicb sickwhich
which to the contention of the Christian ChristianScientists ChrtatlanSelen ChristianScientists
Selen Scientists how would it be possible for forhim forbi forhint
him bi to request sick leave The officiate officiatehere oeletalhere ocIalshere
here do not say y Myers was sick ai Ie k Neither Neitherhas Neitherbas Neitherhi
has yen said anything to this effect effectBut effectBut effectBut
But on the other hand 4 Surveyor Raven Ravencroft RaYellcroft Ravencroft
croft of Baltimore BalttIDOle who is himself a agraduated aJ agraduated
graduated J duatM physician baa certified of ofOWn his hisown hisOW
own OW personal knowledge thai Myers 7 7really was wasreally wasreally
really ilL ULIf ilLIt ilLIf
If It Is proven that Myers Is sick and andthe andthe andthe
the actiol action Is brought about through the theproper theproper theproper
proper channels It means several dollars dollarsto
to the addition a of the inspectors salary salaryShould abuTShould salaryShould
Should it be shown by Jack of evidence evidenceon
on the other hand that there was no oc occasion occaaIon occaslon ¬
casion for his absence from duty his five fivedays aftdan Ovedays
days leave win be deducted from his pay
The question of a sick Christian Sal Scientist SeI SeIent18t Salcutlet ¬
cutlet drawing full pay while oft on sick sickleave aIekleave sickleave
leave is something a little out of the or ordinary ordinary orilinary ¬
dinary in governmental circles it is tosaid issaid Issaid
said Myers it seems has set a prece precedent piece piececleat piecedent ¬
dent It be Is really sick alck he to I not a agood agood agood
good Clutotian Scientist If he isnt ill
at the officials naturally think be beshould beaboaJd beshould
should be at work But It has never er been beencontended beeneontended beencontended
contended that Myers wasnt ant tteIL sick It was wastaken wutaken wastaken
taken for granted some way because beea he hehad bebad hehad
had been looking rather pale psi and aDdprd an hag haggard haggarL ¬
gard gardMyers prdMyers garLMyers
Myers has bad no attending at physician physicianand bnldaaand physicianand
and as a result he could not evtn If he hedesired bedeldred hedesired
desired hand in his certificate te coming comingfrom eomiqfrom comingtron
from a registered practitioner to the ef effect tfeet itfeet ¬
feet that he was under the weather < Thelaw The Hietew rholaw
law makes no provision for medical car certificates eerttftcat cartiflcates ¬
tificates ttftcat from any other than regular regularpractising reauIarprac rngularpractising
practising prac stnc physiciansAnother physicians pbyslclansAnoth physiciansAnother
Another Anoth r question has arisen owing 0 to toMyers toMye toMyers
Myers Mye failure to report for work Should Shouldhe Sboul4h Shouldhe
he h present a certificate from a healer of ofbis ofIda ofMs
Ida faith saying Jinc the man was indisposed indisposedwould I Iwould Indisposedwould
would It be recognized by the government governmentofficials lOerDJDeDtolBdaJs governmentolUdsis
officials olBdaJsMyers olUdsisMyers officialsMyers
Myers case has been called to the at attention attention attentlon ¬
tention of James flames B Reynolds Assistant AMIBtaatSecr AssistantSecretary AssistantSecretary
Secretary or ot o the Treasury He was asked askedlast askedlat askedlint
last night what provision had been made madefor madefor e efor
for Christian Scientists in the service serviceand eeniceaDd serviceand
and If a certificate from a practitioner practitionerof
of the creed would be recognized recognisedWe recocnlaecLWe recognizedWe
We never cross any an bridges until we wecome weCoIUe weccine
come to them Mr Reynolds replied repliedMr repliedr repliedMr
Mr Myers yen will wnL in all probafettfey pro re receive re receive iscalve ¬
ceive full pay during his absence from fromduty fromduty fromduty
duty owing to the report of Surveyor SurveyorRavenscroft S8IPI7OrBe SurveyorBavenicroft
Ravenscroft RavenscroftPOCAHONTAS Be BavenicroftPOOAHpNTAS vcmecrott vcmecrottFOOARONTAS
POCAHONTAS POOAHpNTAS ON STAMP STAMPSpecial STAMPSIceinI STAMPSpecial
Special Fivecent Issue Ordered for forJamextoivn forJfUUCItown forJaniestown
Jamextoivn BxpoKition BxpoKitionPostmaster BxpoJilItIonP ICxposltloitPostmaster
Postmaster P bnuter General Meyer yesterday an announced aaJIOunce4 announced ¬
nounced that a fivecent stamp commem commemorative COIIIIIteIDoradve commemorative ¬
orative of tbe Jamestown Exposition Expositionwould Expo Expositionwould ltlon ltlonwould
would be issued in addition to the one oneand oneand oneand
and twocent commemorative series de determined de determined dotermined ¬
termined upon a week or so ago Bowing Bowingto
to the wishes of thousands of women womenthroughout womentbrou womenthroughout
throughout tbrou bout the country it has been de decided de deeIdeII doaided ¬
aided that the new five ftve which win be beblue beblue beblue
blue in color shall bear the counterfeit counterfeitof conatert cit citof
of Pocahontas the Indian IndI heroine who whofa whoIs whoIs
Is alleged to have saved the Hf Me e of Capt CaptJohn CaptJohn CaptJohn
John Smith SmithThe SmithThe SmithThe
The onecent Jamestown 1ame to stamp will be bea bea bea
a beautiful beautiful shade > of green n It will bear bearthe beartbe bearthe
the likeness of Capt Smith nith while the thetwocent Utetwocent thetwocent
twocent stamp a light I ht red red will repre represent repreaent reprosent ¬
sent the settlement of Jamestown a abinding a1aadIn alanding
binding < scene being depicted upon It ItThese It ItI ItTheie
I These stamps Ram will n be placed < on sale at atall ataU atali
all postoffices ces throughout the United UnitedStates UnitedI UnitedStates
States about the time the t e Jamestown Ex Exposition Extton Lxposition ¬
I position tton opens the latter part of April AprilIlnrry AprIlIInrr ApriLHarry
Harry IInrr AVIl lVIlson I HOJl oii Acquitted AcquittedA CClulttcclA
A jury in Justice Barnards court courtyesterday court7Mterclay courtyesterday
yesterday returned a a verdict of not notguilty DotpUty notguilty
guilty in the case of Harry WHsoncharged Wilsoncharged Wilson VHsoncharecI
charged with robbery The defendant defendanta
a young white man was accused of ofassaulting oflIIU ofassaulting
assaulting lIIU and robbing robbl Thomas Clark Clarkon Clarkon Clarkon
on the night III h t of December 17 last Jut on onOhio onOblo onOhio
Ohio avenue near Thirteenth street streetWifeon streetWileOn streetWilson
Wilson who was represented by At Attorneys Attoraeys Attorneys ¬
torneys F E Eo Pratt and L I J Costigan Costigandenied Co8t1gaftldenled CostiganIen1ed
denied the th charge and the jury ac acquitted acqultt acquitted ¬
qultt quitted him himTHE hi hiTHE himTHE
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CRY OF FRAUD RAISED RAISEDPresident RAISEDPresident RAISEDPresident
President of ofCivil Civil Service ServiceJle ServiceJletireJnel1t ScrviceR ScrviceRtiremellt e etirement
tirement Body Scored ScoredCHANGE ScoredCHANGE ScoredCHANGE
CHANGE IN POLICY DEMANDED DEMANDEDJacob DE1rrANDEDJncol DFJMANDDJacob
Jacob Stnvr Accnxeil of Having lfnvln Used UsedIlls Utfctl111M UsedIlls
Ills Position to Ifnrtlicr His Own OwnHnus OwnHnds3Icmlcrl OwnBnils3lemler
Hnus Hnds3Icmlcrl Members < of the Treasury TreaxuryIt Treumr TreumrBrunch Treasuryllrnncli
Brunch It ranch Stnrt Campaign Against AgainxtContinuation 4gnlnHtConUullntlon AgainstConlliiuatlon
Continuation of Hi Ills Faction FactionStrenuous llnctlonStftU iTnetlonStrenuous
StftU Strenuous opposition to the methods methodsof mel Ods Odsof
of tbe parent body of the United States StatesCivil 5tat06Civil StatenCivil
Civil Service Retirement Association in ingeneral In8eDeral Ingeneral
general and to those of Its president presidentJacob presidentJacob presidentJacob
Jacob Starr a cjerk in the War Depart Depjutment Denartmeat Department
ment In particular wr were vigorously cx expressed cxpreMed cxpressed ¬
pressed at a meeting of the Treasury Treasurybranch Treasurybranch rreaaurybranch
branch of the organisation orpalt at Grand GrandArmy OrandArmy GrandArmy
Army Hall last night nightAllen nJcbtADen nightAllen
Allen Wright a clerk in the War ar De Department DQpartment Dopertinent ¬
partment declared that Mr Lz Starrs Glee election GleetIon elsethou ¬
tion to the presidency pre was accomplished accompHshedby
by resorting to unfair means that lie liewas 1 1wu liewas
was virtually a selfconstituted officer oflleerand offieerand officerand
and that taking taId advantage of his h post position poIi1ion posttion ¬
tion he had given to his son and daugh daughter daU1hter IaU5htar ¬
ter clerical positions at a salary of ofmoath 30 O a amonth amonth
month each which sum was charged to tothe totbe tothe
the association associationThe oclatJonThe associationThe
The president of the organisation it itwas ItWQ itwas
was declared does not represent t the bet better better bettar ¬
ter eWtnent t of the association and the themembers themembers themembers
members of the Treasury branch wera weraurged wer weruqed weep weepurged
urged to unite in an effort to secure his hisdefeat hiscleft Idadefeat
defeat at the coming election eIect May 1C 1CDifferences 1of itDifferences
Differences of opiates it te stated have haveexisted haveoaistad e ee
existed between bet the Treasury branch of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the orgaatoatton OIINN Uo and a 4 the parent body bodyjstaos bocIyce bodythe
jstaos the close of the last campaign campaignI eam eamWhlcb campaignwhich
I which resulted in the election of Mr MrStarr MTStarr 11 11Stan
Starr as president With ltb a view of ar arriving ar arri arHying ¬
riving ri at a common understanding UlldenKa c1b and andthe IUIdthe sadthe
the settlement of these differences JoInt JohaM JohtaCI JoIntK
M Cltoe CI at the meeting hut night 1IIPtmoved nightmoved nightmoved
moved that a committee of three be ap appointed ap appointed appointed ¬
pointed to confer with the parent parentelation IIUeIItclattcm me mecation
elation clattcmCharjeH
Charge of Fraud FraudIn IrnuclIn PrniiilIn
In the discussion that followed this thismotion tIaI8motion thismotion
motion Mr M Wright declared thai the elec election e1ection electioti ¬
tion of the president a Mr Starr bad been beensecured eeIaaeeund beenscud
secured by fraud frau in voting certain cenaIael to toeligible Ineligible
eligible el members of the association that thathe thatbe thatbe
be has used his official 0 postttoa to en encompass eamp88 encompass ¬
compass mp88 his own private ends and that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the objects toward which the association associationis
is working < can only be accomplished by bysecuring by6eCUrID bytiecuring
securing < his defeat defeatJacob clefeatJacob defeatJacob
Jacob Starr said Mr Wright is vir virtually virtually viitually ¬
tually a selfconstituted 1le1fconl tuted ofitoer His H Hi ef efforts dtorts offorts ¬
forts are devoted toward furthering the thepolicies tbepolicies thepolicies
policies of his b hi own factious rather rat than thanin thaala thanhi
in working for the good of the association ueodatloaThe associationThe associationThe
The objects for which we are striving strivingwill trtvtAcwilt strivingwill
will never be accomplished until untilStarr Mr MrStarr XIarT
Starr and his faction are deposed depot and andresponsible aIIdnsponaIbie andresponsible
responsible and conscientious me men tfaotcd tfaotcdto llootlto olectedto
to fill the positions posItIoASltllllrawK positionstithdraws positionsWlthrtrRWx
WlthrtrRWx ltllllrawK III ills Motion MotionAt MotionAt IotlonAt
At the conclusion of Mr tr Wrights ad address addre8 address ¬
dress Mr Clime withdrew his hi motionI motion
001 I was under the impression blt nton he said saidthat aidbat saidthat
that we were dealing with wltbfalr wltbfalrJDeft fairminded fairmindedmen fairmindedmen
men JDeft hot from what I have heard I am amof lUlloC amof
of the opinion that If any overtures 0 t are areto areto areto
to be made they had best come from the theopposite theopposite theopposite
opposite side sideThe eThe sideThe
The names of B H Warner and Charles CharlesD
D Walcott superintendent superlDtea eet of o f the Smith Smithsonian SlattbeonIan Smithsonian ¬
sonian Institution were re suggested e4 as presi ¬
dent of the ass clatIo test night nIght and it itIs itIs ItIs I
Is understood that ens e of these men will willbe WfIIbe fU fUbe
be made the candidate of the Treasury Treasurybranch T1WftrTbraacb Treasurybranch
branch branchAn braacbAn branchAn
An election of officers of the Treasury Treasurybranch Treuurybranch Treasurybranch
branch was held hut night resulting as asfollows a atollows asfollows
follows President James A Sample Samplevice Samplevice Samplevice
vice president Lcwellyn Jordon secretary secretaryE
E E M Jacobs and treasurer tnaR r It B Stone StoneJackson StoneJacktlOD StoneJackson
Jackson Executive committee eommltt William WilliamMatthews WlUlamMattheWII WilliamMatthews
Matthews Emile Hack E St Clair ClalrThompson ClairTbom ClaIrThompson
Thompson Tbom E E F P Harrington A T Hill HillW mu muw HillW
W P Ramsey Milton Itoa T Adkus ana anaA IA andA
A A T Thorson ThorsonPROVIDES Tbo1llOl1PROVIDES ThorsonPROVThES
PROVIDES FOR ELIGIBLE ELIGIBLELIST ELIGIBLELISTSut LIST LISTSupt LISTSupt
Supt Chancellor to Slake Recent Hccomiiiciulntluu Rccom1ucnllntJon Recentinezidation
iiiciulntluu to Board of o Examiner ExaminerDr BxnmlnerHDr
Dr Chancellor superintendent of ofschools otICbools ofschools
schools will recommend to the board boardof boardo boardof
of o education at its meeting meeUn tomorrow tomorrowthat tomorrowthat tomorrowthat
that the hoard of examiners exa aine examine examineajl examlnel
ajl l members of the graduating class of oftbe oftbe ofthe
tbe Normal School before their gradua graduation sraduatron grsduation ¬
tion This recommendation r en4a tfon is lawitb made madewith madewith
with a view of facilitating facU1tatln the work workof wOrk wOrkof workof
of obtaining eligibles for appointment appointmentas appointmentteacbe
as teachers teacbe and a as asii an aid to the admin administration a4laiflratlo adminIstration ¬
istration in bavins havt having an eligible list al already 81ready already ¬
ready prepared preparedThere re preparedThere arecL arecLTbere
There is prevalent an opinion that the thereport tbereport thereport
report of the committee that had under underinvestigation uDderIn underInvestigation
In investigation eattptlon the board office force at atthe attbe atthe
the Franklin building bulldIn will be called up upfor upfor upfor
for actioq actIoi today This report was wasmade wasue wasmade
made to the board about two months monthsago month5ago monthsago
ago and was referred to the commit committee commlttM committee ¬
tee on rules Up to the present time timenothing timenotbl timenothing
nothing notbl more has been heard from fromit fromIt fromit
It it and it t Is not known whether the thecommittee thecoltt theeommltte
committee coltt on rules has ha decided to tolay tolay tolay
lay it before the board with recom recommendations recommendadons recommendatlons ¬
mendations today or whether a re report report report ¬
port may ay be called for by one of the themembers themembers themembers
members not on the committee committeeThe eoMmltteeattorneys coinmitteeTh
The Th attorneys for F L L Cardoso held heldanothej h3danothv heldanothr
anothej conference yesterday after afternoon IttterBOOn at ter ternoon ¬
noon BOOn and It was announced a a definite definitecourse deftnltecourse definItecourse
course of action has been decided upon uponWhat uponWhat uponWhat
What this course is would not be di divulged tItvul dlvulgod ¬
vulged vulgedCUBA vul vulgodCUBA ed edOUBA
CUBA NOT REPRESENTED REPRESENTEDItlttnil
Island Will ViII Semi Xo Delegate to toThe toThe toPh
The Ph Hague Conference ConferenceDr
Dr Maartena Maartena de Maartene the Russian Russiandiplomatist RUII8IandipiomaUat Russiandiplomatist
diplomatist who was wa sent out by his gov government sovernment goveminent ¬
ernment a few weeks as ago for a tour of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the capitals of Europe to discuss with withthe withthe withthe
the powers their wishes as to the date of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the second peace conference at The TheHague TheHque TheHague
Hague has returned to St St Petersburg PetersburgWhat P PetersburgWhat tersburt tersburtWhat
What his hi report says Ms1z is not known here herein heNip hereIn
in all its details but enough is learned to toindicate toindicate toindicate
indicate that the conference will in assemble assembleearly ambleqarly assembler1y
early r1y In June JuneEver JuneEver JuneEver
Ever since the American Interventlop In InCuba InCuba InCube
Cuba officials of that government ernment have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been wondering w < if Cuba would be repre represented represented reprosented ¬
sented at the coming comtr conference Yester Yesterday Yesterday Yezterday ¬
day it was learned that no delegates will wUlbe willbe 111 111be
be sent to The Hague to represent repre nt the theCuban theCuban theCuban
Cuban government This will doubtless doubtlessbe doubUeabe
be disappointing to many of the Cubans Cubanswho CublU1swho Cubanswho
who want to believe that their country Is testill Isatlll Isstill
still a sovereign state and that this thiscould thiscould thiscould
could bent be shown by its belijg repre representedin repreeatec11n reprosented ¬
sentedin sented 11n the congress of nations at The TheHague TheIn TheHague
Hague in June It has been determined determinedhowever deteI1ft determinedhowever led ledhowever
however that It t would be a needless ex expense upeD8e cxpense ¬
pense to send a Cuban delegation delegationPOLITICIAN delegationPOLITICIAN delegationPOLITICIAN
POLITICIAN MUST SERVE SERVEPenitentiary SER SERVEPenitentiary E EPeoltcntll
Penitentiary Peoltcntll Term for Alonzo J J White Whiteinm Whiteman VIlteIliaD
IliaD for Grand Larceny IarecnyAlonzo Inrcen InrcenAlonzo LarcenyAlonso
Alonzo J Whlteman formerly one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bet b t known politicians in Minne Minnesota MlnneIota Minnesota ¬
sota and whose wb checkered career along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the White hJte Way in every el oily ty in the theUnited Ut Utrnlled thelriIted
United States St tes is well known must mustserve mustserve
Iserve serve eight el ht years in Auburn Prison PrisonThis PrisonI PrisonThis
This rh was decided by the Court of Ap Appeals ApPfallil Appeals ¬
peals In New York yesterday when it italnrmed ItaJlirmtd itaifirmed
alnrmed the conviction of grand lar lariceny larCt larcc
iceny Ct in the th first degree pronounced pronouncedi pronotlncedagain pronouncedagainst
i against again t Wliiteman in Erie County In InOctober Ini InOctober
i October 1905 190
I
CLAIMS POWDER IS GOOD GOODNavy GOODNnTT GOODWavy
Navy Department Says It It Bought BoughtNone llougJ llougJNone Boughtone
None one tnt tllltVn Wan Uiixafc UiixafcIt UUflnteIt UiisafeIt
It Is i admitted at at the tb Navy Depart Department Dep Departmont rt rtment ¬
ment that the Latin Rand Powder PowderCompany PowderCompany PowderCompany
Company a subsidiary 81Ib tdir7 organisation of ofthe oCthe orthe
the the Du Pont Powd Powder r Compajiy has die diecovered dlacoered dincovered
covered fraud in n it Its chemical depart departmontln dettUtmOfttln departmont
montln mont in the manufacture of smokeless smokelesspowder amok1 amok1powiler smokelesspowder
powder for th the navy The Nary De Department DefUtrnent Dopartment ¬
partment declares however that no dev devfectlre d deetlve dP dPfocUve
fectlre or unsafe powder has b been en ac accepted acoepted sccepted ¬
cepted by the government g verftmen t or placed on onboard Oftboa1 onboard
board boa1 of any of the th chip ships ahlpsTh shipsThe j jThe
The Th Du Pont Company ostpany voluntarily voluntarilyInformed voluntal11yInformed voluntarilyinformed
Informed the department of the fraud fraudas 1racJaa frauds fraudsas
as soon as they were discovered The Thepowder TIt TItpowler Thepowder
powder in some way deviated from the thespecifications theDcd thespeetheatlons
specifications Dcd atJolUI but this thl makes it no less lesssafe 1 1rOo iwsaate
safe ate rOo The head of the chemical de department d dPRrtmeut 4pertinent ¬
pertinent PRrtmeut of the Ladle Ie Rand Com Company Cempan Cornpony ¬
pony pan who it hi thought is i responsible responsiblefor
for the defects In the powder was w die dismissed 61 61m diemissed ¬
missed m hJElI
hJElIMRS
MRS LODGE LOSES GEMS GEMSWife GEMSVUc GEMSWife
Wife of Senator Report Disnppcnr Disnppcnrniicu Dlrmppcnrnnco flisappcnrzIIieu
niicu of Diamond Iiii IiiiAirs 1lnlIrL im imifrs
Airs Lodge wife of Senator Henry HenryCabot IIau7bot 11Cn17Cabot
Cabot bot Lodge of Massachusetts MMC uaetta report reported reported reportcd ¬
ed to the police yesterday afternoon afternoonihat aftem aftemhat afternoonthat
hat while driving in I the shopping die districts diatt1C dietriets ¬
tricts tt1C about two weeks ago she lost lostfrom lostfrom t tfrom
from her carriage carre a gold heartshaped heartshapedpin
pin set with tth a number of small U dia diamonds 41amood 41 41mends ¬
mood mondsAirs mood1trs mendsMrs
Airs Lodge advertised the th loss in the thedally thedaUy thedaIly
dally papers at the time but meeting meetingwith meetingwith eethl eethlwftb
with no success ueeeu reported the th matter matterto
to the police policePOLICE policePOLICE policePOLICE
POLICE CAPTAIN IS DEAD DEADPrancis DEADFrancisF DEADFrancis
Francis FrancisF P MoOathran Had Served Servedon
on Poroe Porty orty Years YearsHnd YearsHncl YearsUnil
Hnd neon in Poor Health HCKHhfor for Sonic SonicTime Somej1lmcIllnCllII SeinelInieIllncsn
Time j1lmcIllnCllII IllticflN IJateM hack ISvo ISvoAfter 1wocel lwoWeelrsSiiffers
WeelrsSiiffers cel tSllJfrtrtc UuJallflc UuJallflcAlter lteialsCAfter
After a sickness of about two weeks weeksCapt weekCalK weeksCapt
Capt Francis F McCathran of the Fifth Fifthprecinct Fifthprecinct PVthprecinct
precinct station who for nearly acrt forty fortyyears fortyyeses
years 111 had been a member of the Metro Metropoatan MetropoIItaza Metrotaa
poatan taa police force died at t oclock this thtomorning Wat thismorning
morning at his residence Sit Tenth Tenthstreet hnthanet Tenthstet
street southeast southeastAlthough IIOUtheutAlthoulh southesetAlthough
Although Capt McCathran had been ra rapoor In Inpoor Inpoor
poor health since late in I the fall fall when he hewas liewu bewas
was onnned < to his bed for over three threeweeks threeweeb threeweeks
weeks he had been able bIe to attend to the theduties tileduU theduties
duties of his precinct until two twoe weeks ago agoyesterday agoyesterday
yesterday e At Ute time he had just en entered en enterM entired ¬
terM the station house after walking walkingfrom walld walldtrora Walkingfrom
from his home born when be had a sudden at attack attack attack ¬
tack of vertigo resulting uJd from a cerebral cerebralhemorruage ceftbnJbelllOl cerebralhemorrhage
hemorrhage belllOl and was Immediately taken takenback takeaback takenback
back to ota residence in the precinct pa patrol patreI pateal ¬
teal Dr Kunnutd Barry < me of the po police po polke riolice ¬
lice surgeons was summoned awniDoDed and andhi was wasin wasIn
in attendance until the time of Ids death deathCapt deathCapt deathOiipt
Capt McCathrans condition improved improvedrapidly Jmprowdrapidly Improvedrapidly
rapidly as could be expected until Sunday lhmdayI8OII1i Sundaymorning SundaylornInL
morning when hea he bad a sodden relapse relapseHe relapseHe e eHe
He gradually ually became weaker but lived livedthrough JJ livedthrough ed edtIIrouP
through the night and had a iL slight rally rallyyesterday ralleatenlay rallyyesterday
yesterday morning which lasted for only onlya
a snort time To ThEmembers members ben of his blsdlate hams immediate hamsdint ¬
diate dint family who recognised recG laed the situa situation sltuahost tua tuatIoa ¬
host were near Ida bedside be4Idd8 during the thenight theatctat thenight
night and were present when the theeI end endcame endea
came cameCapt eI eCapt ea e ecapt
Capt McCathran was born to the year year1M9 yarI8tt yearuii
1M9 uii la a house then the homestead u4 of the thefamily tbeI thetnhII
family tnhII wntek was boated only about a a
hundred feet from the house where he helIVed has haslived haslived
lived for some years At a youngage he hebecame bebeeaJIIe hebecame
became a blacksmiths apprentice a dtlo dtlofollow and andfollowed andfollowed
followed the trade until Un when IMB IMB118te4 he en enlisted enlisted ¬
listed as a member ber of the Washington Wulalac100ltLiabt WashingtonLight WashingtonLight
Light Guards GuardsAfter GuanIaAfter GuardsAfter
After serving one enlistment he left leftthe leftthe leftthe
the army and returned to his former formerocupaOon formerlCUpadoD formerocupation
ocupaOon as a a blacksmith to the wheel wheelright wbeelt wheelright
right t shop to the lit navy yard In July Julylift JulyJJI8 July1I
lift 1I he was appointed aPDOla to the pottce force forceand foreead forcesiid
and was assigned to duty in the First Firstprecinct FlmpndDct Firstprecinct
precinct where wbe he stayed for t about a ayear aYI ayear
year He was then raised to the rJnk rJnkof kot rk rkof
of sergeant t and assigned to the Seventh Seventhprecinct SeveDthPncbaet Seventhprecinct
precinct and afterward tothe Sixth pre precinct precinct procinet ¬
cinct In 1878 be entered the Fifth pre precinct prednct proelect ¬
elect where he stayed for about one year yearuntil yearuntil yearuntil
until be was appointed as a mounted mountedsergeant ID tlDtefIae mountedsergeset
sergeant ae t la I charge of the substation at atAnacostia atJaac08tIa atAnacostia
Anacostia Prom there be went to the theNinth theNinth theNinth
Ninth precinct inct but returned in MO to his htoformer hisformer hisformer
former position positionIn UoD UoDIa tIonIn
In 1881 he was appointed a a lifutenant lifutenantand U Uand 11lUtenant 11lUtenantand
and in a short time was put in charge chargeof chalot chargeof
of the detective bureau at police head headquarters aeMquartent headquarters ¬
quarters There be served for about a ayear ayear ayear
year and aadtItea teen returned to hto former formerposition fonDerpo8Ition formerposition
position which be much preferred erred to the theFifth theFifth theFifth
Fifth precinct precinctBy preelnetBy precinctBy
By the act of July 1901 UII 1 his rank was wasraised wasra wasraised
raised to that of captain along with the theten thetea theten
ten other lieutenants who were W m mcharge Ja Jaebarp hicharge
charge of the precincts precinctsHe JICtHe precinctsHe
He is survived by his wife wife two daugh daughters dau up upten i itern ¬
ten and three sons BODS Frank Frank Donald and andJames aDdJames andJames
James JamesHUSBAND JamesHUSBAHD JamesHUSBAND
HUSBAND GETS EVERYTHING EVERYTHINGWill
Will 111 of Mary Iar A Conner Piled for forProlmte forlro1mtc forIrulm
Prolmte ProlmteThe lro1mtcTIM Irulm Ic IcThe
The will of Mary A Conner bearing bearingdate bearfn bearfndate bearingdate
date of April 8 1 1105 > 5 was filed for pro probate probate probate ¬
bate yesterday By it lu termsGeorge termsGeorgeW
W Conner her husband to to get all allproperty allproperty allproperty
property of the testatrix to be held by byhim byhi byhim
him hi for life IIf After his death title to topremises topretia topremises
premises pretia 117 New York avenue north northwest nortltweat northwait ¬
west is I to go to the daughter dau < bter Eliza Elizabeth Bllzabeth Elizabath ¬
beth Conner and the real estate located locatedon locatedOft locatedon
on Sycamore avenue Takoma Md to toHarry toHaJTT toHarry
Harry Conner and Nellie Sherman ShermanGeorge SberllUUlGeorp ShermanOeorge
George W Conner is designated patecl as ex executor executor oxecutor ¬
ecutor of the estate estateLavenla estateLavenla tate tatetAvenla
Lavenla V Staples by her will of ofMarch ofMarek ofMarch
March 7 1907 filed for probate yester yesterday yeaterdsJ yosterday ¬
day left to her granddaughter Irene IreneTT Irenen IreneIT
TT Rice RlCe 709 1 for her support until she sheIs sbeIs sheis
Is eighteen years of age at which time timeany timeoy timeany
any balance left of this sum Is to be bepaid bepaid bepaid
paid to her The rest and residue residueOf rMtduef residueOf
Of f the estate Is to go to the tes testatrixs testAtrlx teatntrix ¬
tatrixs tAtrlx two daughters Ida M Stelle Stelleand Stene2lnd Stelleand
and Emma Ward Clurles Cltvl Schafer is isnamed iaDamed Isnamed
named as executor executorJohn executorJohn executorJohn
John T Flaherty by his will dated datedFebruary datedFebruary datedFebruary
February 20 1907 devised all his prop property praperty preperty ¬
erty to his wife Mary M X Flaherty Flahertywho F1allertywho Flahertywho
who is also named as executrix executrixPRINCE executrixPRLTiOE executrixPRINCE
PRINCE LEARNS LEAR S BANKING BANKINGGerman BANKINGGermnn BANKINGGerman
German Hereditary ner lItnr Nobleman XohlcmanStUlllnJ NoblemanStudying olilcmanStudying
Studying Financial Affair AffairBerlin AffulrllBerUn AffairsBerlin
Berlin March 11 Hereditary Her ltary Prince PrinceVlnaenz PrinceV1nam PrinceVlnaenz
Vlnaenz von WindUchgraetx Windschgraetx has entered enteredthe enteredthe enteredthe
the Dresden Dr en Bank as a temporary unpaid unpek1clerk unpaidclerk unpaidclerk
clerk for the th purpose p rpo9t of familiarizing familiarizinghimself famUtlnizlnghlmselt familiarbiaghImself
himself xTih ilh financial affairs affairsIt
It Is not known how he intends to toutilize t tuUHzf toutilize
utilize th the ktviwltHlgr knwJt > dg he thus acquires acquiresChristian acquires acquiresM acquiresi
i Christian XandersELLISTON Xanders XandersWILD XandersELLIITO
ELLISTON ELLISTONWILD ELLIITOWILD
M WILD CHBRRY C XRkY COlt COltDIAL COltI COltILtL
DIAL I IL > Registered CIepReredwellbowa Registeredwellknown ResieredA
A wellknown tonic tInt tnatcures tMtCllres tIntcur
cures cur cougha eo coins in inflamed ita itaflallMll inme ¬
me flamed thrant and sadTh ennpe ennpeTSc nppebottle
TSc Th bottle Sec 3 tan pint pintSold piaLld pintSold
Sold ld cay at tile tileftUtU1I wum wumfscturerg eau eaufcuircrL
fscturerg
909 7th St N r W Phone H 274 274EWARIt1 274flEWAItE
1 BRWARE OF SPURIOUS IMITATIONS
1 > a C t + 8 fri friThe 0 0f 4 5 C Ct
t t t tINTEMPERATE
f INTEMPERATE HABITS HABITSINCREASE t tINCREASE
INCREASE THE LIABILITY I ITO I If
f TO CONSUMPTION CONSUMPTIONf l lt
t
t tt
t t
1 The TIt jtiiMCCpflblllty of pcohle lco lf to InfiirrcnlnMta ulnrenlol In just about trebled by byInfcnipirntc bylnloziiinrnte i I IIntCIUlltrnte
+ Infcnipirntc uMtxr lmaIlts Thin IN I the estimate el > of clcntlrte cl Jltlflc men menThe 4 4The I IThc
The dlnenne ix not oaiipIit tn1l ht an JOB OR caleb scarlet arlet fever or smallpox hut huthy hutI t
T I > hy h genus from dried sputum je gCttln getting lns Into the e mugs lun H If our bodies arc arcMtrontr IIrtdroD arestrong I
+ strong droD and healthy 1Iellth the germs are rcslwirci luctjoCllfull ueccs full by h the he operation operationftf +
I + ftf nature if weakened and ilciilcteil the germ trJU will make headway JleudTu and anddeath ztmIL i i ic1enth
L death Ix I inevitable unless unll 6 proper inctliodx of cure urc are followed Tem Temperance Ieiumieranee ¬ t i
+ perance lecturer eoulil will 111 make title e of these fuels faetxNcfflrrtcd fnetHNl fuelsNeglected
Neglected Nl Ihll col colibi lM arc nlxo 1115 a prollfle source ourlc of f coaxnmptlon ax they theyleave f j jlenve I Ilen1
leave the lungs In a peculiarly receptive romlitlnn for the tubercular tubercularKvrm tuhereunrt i iJcrm
t + germ A xlmple remedy remelt which ix I xalrt to break up a cold In twentyfour twentyfourhourx 4 + iI i
4 hours ami cure any 11U cou enul ou h HUll ix etirahle eiui he obtained from any m ROOI ROOIprescription good JoOllprccrlltloll goodt + I
t prescription druggist at somali cost tO t Take oarhalf oiiiifc Virgin Yir ln Oil of ofIMne o i I It
7 t IMne Pure two ounecx 0flnCC140f of Glycerine GI trhl and eleht ounces ounl > JI of Rood VhIxky VhIxkyShake IIIk I ISJUlke
1 + Shake well nn and l take in teaspoonful rtoscx every er four hour hourxTo hourTo hoursTo +
To avoid = MubNtltutinii it Ix bext to < o ptirehaxc the Ingredients In reIUentH and mini pre prepare pre pre1lre pret ¬ °
t pare the mixture > yourself ourlc > II The Ih VirgIn 1rln Oil of Pine Pure xhould be Jj pur purehaxetl llUrthmlcll muirchased
+ chased in the original halfounce vials IH1 which are securely Mcurel sealed In n nround nrllUlll1 4 4round +
round wooilen Case eZlK with engraved wrapper with it1i the mime nmlirht Virgin Oil Oilof Oilof 1 1of
of Pine Pure KiinraHtccd under Food cud Drugs A Att t of June 30 15J08 15J08Herlal 1I06Icrlnl 1101serial
+ serial number 4X1 a prepared only onl hy Ieach Chemteal Co Cincinnati Ohio Ohioplainly Ohiopin Ohioplainly +
+ plainly pin In printed thereon There lire many mnn rank mutatIons of Virgin Oil Oilof Oilof i ior
of Pine Pure which Idch are put out under xlmllnr names and style of pack packa IJIIlknac
1 + a age e Never accept these n e HX a xnUstltnte HR tlttltr for tile rare Virgin OH of Pine Pineax Pintt 1 1i
ax n they the will HI Invariably produce nauxeu nlUl ltU > and an never effect the desired result
t t tt
t t
WAR IN CENTRAL AMERICA AMERICAState AMERICAStntc AMERICAS
State S I ate Department Depn rtni emit Known Liitle LiitleAbout I Litti Htle HtleAhout e eAlout
About Conflict ConflictThat Conl1lctThat ConilietThat
That there is actual war In Central CentralAmerica CentralIDeJtCa CentralAmerica
America is about all the State Depart Department epartt Departmeat ¬
meat t knows bIo concerning tbe actual state stateof stateot stateof
of affairs there The Th little information informationthai InformationthI informationthat
thai comes can hardly be relied upon uponand upoaaDd uponand
and It te very dlmcult to determine Just Justwhat justwhat justwhat
what has happened in the conflict be between be betweeD het ¬
tweeD t went Honduras and Nicaragua NIca The Thedepartment Tbereees Thedepartment
department receives occasional oceaIoaaIpate die dispatches diepatches ¬
patches pate perhaps perha one or two a day but butvery butvery butvery
very often they directly contradict coatraiIIettber one oneanother ensanother
another tber The department has received receivedreports NeIllY NeIllYIetOI1a reesivedreports
reports that the Hondurans H have aBm aBmhfiated aaaf aaafblJate4 analhflted
hfiated the Nicaraguans and other re reports Ie Ieportatbat isports ¬
ports portatbat that the Ktcaraguaas have baveatIOYed de destroyed dostroyad ¬
stroyed the Honduras forces It all aUpe de depends doponds ¬
ponds upon u which side gets the cable cableline eabIeHIae cableline
line ant firstIODES antLODGES AntLODGES
LODGES PUSHING PLANS PLANSReport PLAliSUcportN PLANSlteporti
Report Made on Preparation lrcltRrntonsor lrcltRrntonsorthe forthe for forthe
the Masonic Pair PairThe IlalrThe laIrThe
The fair committee of St Johns JohnsLodge Job JobLodp JohnsLodge
Lodge No H 11 held a wellattended meet meetIng insettag t tat
tag at Masonic fair headquarters US USNew 1 1New 1425Now
New York avenue last night n at which whichthat wblcbthat whichthat
that bodys plans for a successful suceeufuJlUdpaUoa par participation pertldpatlon ¬
lUdpaUoa ticipation to the fair were started with aj ajhurrah a ab1 ahurrah
hurrah At a recent meeting of oft oftPhlUp the thelodge thelodge
lodge Philip Walker was appointed chair chairman ebalrlllan chairman ¬
man of the fair committee and he an announced aanouaced announced ¬
nounced the appointment of heads of ofWOIIda the theworking thewoddng
working committees Mr Walker to Ieman 1 chair chairman chairmaii
man of the executive committee the theother theother theother
other members of which are Harry E EMoekbee E EMoekbee BMoebbee
Moekbee vice chairman Allen AJImPIaaJt Bussius BussiusFrank BuestusFrank
Frank A Steele and Levi David YId Morris MorrisHahn KordaI MorrisHabit
I Hahn Is chairman of the committee on oncontributions 011I oncontributions
I contributions and Charles Cba B B Babcocft of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the ladles WI committee Samuel mual Del Hart Harty was wasunanimously wasuaanlmously
unanimously y chosen chairman of the thecommittee theCOIUIIttee thecommittee
committee on donations donationsA
A reception to members of the lodge and andtheir antheir sndtheir
their Udl iadis will be held to the lodge room roomat roomat roomat
at Masonk Temple Te Saturday Sat March K Kat 1C 1Cat l lat
at which wf further plans for participation participationm rtidpat1oa rtidpat1oaIn Uoa Uoatbe
m In tbe fan WIll be discussed and the full fullcommittees MICOIDIIIItt fullcommittees
COIDIIIItt committees and ladies auxiliary will be benamed beDIMd benamed
named namedSt DIMdSt namedSt
St St Johns John s Lodge has made a running runningstan na runuhig runuhigstart
stan toward success by securing the tIaetht thedonation thedonation
donation tht of a handsome eaae piano valued at atI27S attroaa attress
I27S from the Sanders ft Stayman Com Company Company CornImny ¬
pany and the R R S S Howard Company Companyof
of jew ew York through Percy S s Foster Fostertheir lPoatertheir Fostertheir
their local representative representativeThe taUve taUveThe
The executive committee of New Jeru Jerusalem TeruLocIp Jorusalem ¬
salem Lodge No t t met at 1302 l3 F street streetand streetthe streetand
and the ladies auxiliary at fair head headquarters headraartfn headQuarters ¬
raartfn quarters At t the executive execut ve committee committeemeeting comJDttteemeetI committeemeeting
meeting meetI a report of the euchre held un under trnder inden ¬
der the auspices of the lodge was made madeand made madeaDd madeand
and It snowed a gratifying < addition to totbe tothe tothe
the fair fund fundThe fUDCIThe fundThe
The ladies auxiliary decided to hold a apublic apublic apublic
public euchre at Carroll Institute Hall Hallon HaI1on Hallon
on the evening neat of April 9 t Matinee Matineeeuchres tI1aeeeueb Matineeeuebres
euchres eueb win be held on each ch Monday Mondaythe KOIIdaythe Mondaythe
the first on March IS at the residence r of ofMrs ofMra ofMrs
Mrs Jochum KO F street northwest the thesecond theMCODd thesecond
second at the home of Mrs Cant m mSeventh SflSventh 2J 2JSeventh
Seventh street northeast aorlbea t and the third thirdat thirdat thirdat
at the residence re ldenee of Mrs Mf Warren Coflln CofllnIll Co Com
Ill Fourth street southeast southeastBRIERWOOD fJOutheutBRIERWOOD southeastBRJERWOOD
BRIERWOOD PIPES SCARCE SCARCESnpnly SCARCESUIII SCARCESupply
Supply SUIII XfccltnnNtcil in Spain and anilTritf nRtITrtLCt andTrust
Tritf Trust t Por FormUlI uc I IH Prance PrnnocTh Drnnocn PranceThe
n Th man or woman who henceforth henceforthsmokes bellCeforth8IDOba henceforthsmokes
smokes a brlerwood pipe will have just justreason JustNUOIt justresioa
reason to be proud With Itb the Industry Industrydemo 1ftd1lStrydead industrydead
dead on account of exhaustion of supply supplyin
in Spain and a trust formed In blFranee blFraneeJDOIt3 Franceamong France Franceamong
among the three leading manufacturers manufacturersto 1Ifaeturers 1Ifaeturerstomaaipalateprlce
to tomaaipalateprlce manipulate prices handsome M sums sumsmust sumsmuat auntsmust
must be laid down for the genuine ar article ar article artick ¬
ticle ticleTh tickThe
ticleThe
Th The government recently suggested to toConsul toConsul toConsul
Consul General RMbjely ef f Barcelona BarcelonaSpain Bt BdivelouaSpain nelolMo nelolMoSpaIn
Spain and to Consul General nera1 Skinner of ofMarseilles ofwarHtUea ofMarseilles
Marseilles France ee to look up some pipes pipesfor pipNtor pipesfor
for their countrymen RMbjely found that thatsome thatsome thatsome
some Country folks In Spain whiled ecl away awaytheir awaytheir awaytheir
their Urns lOng winter evenings by whittling whittlingout whlttllncout whittlingout
out blocks of wood resembling pipes pipesfrom ptJeIIfrom pipesfrom
from chestnut trees He wrcte down to toCorsica toCondca toCorsica
Corsica only to find that the manufac manufacturers JftanufaetUFelS manufactuners ¬
tuners there had just refused orders from fromAmerica tromAmerica fromAmerica
America f for r 15000 bags of pipes There Thereis ThereIe Thereis
is none to be had in Corsica CorsicaSkinner CorslcSkinner CorsicaSkinner
Skinner found that the industry was wassurviving wuWrvtvlA wassurviving
surviving WrvtvlA in France and that English EaIrI16pipes Englishpipes agtia agtiapipes
pipes were ere on i the market marketCONFER marketOONFER marketCONFER
CONFER ON IMMIGRANT LAW
President rrc IIIlnt and Other Attempt to toSolve toSohc toSolve
Solve Soulhs South DiinonlticM DiinonlticMA
A king conference was held at the theWhite theJte theThJte
White Jte House last night in regard to tothe tothe tothe
the obstacles which have been placed piaeedin placedIn placedin
in the way of Southern States by the thenew thenew thenew
new Immigration law in their desire to tosecure toHeUrI tosecure
secure desirable white Immigrants Immigrantsfrom bnml Immigrantsfrom < ranu ranufrom
from Europe EuropeIn Europern EuropeXn
In addition to President Roosevelt RooseveltfHere Roosenlttliere Rooseveltthere
there were present J reMnt Secretary seeNtaro Straus Strausof Strausof Straunof
of the Department of Commerce and andLabor andIAbor andLabor
Labor exQov Heywood of North NorthCarolina NorthCarolina NorthCarolina
Carolina James Bronson on Reynolds Reynoldsspecial RqnoldsspaIal Reynoldsspecial
special investigator and others oUae The TheSoutherners TheSoutberb Theoutherbtrs
Southerners Soutberb ra wanted anted the President to tocontttrue toOn toconstrue
contttrue On > true the law In such a way as to topermit topermit topermit
permit Inducements to be made to get getalien iet ietalJtm gotalien
alien laborers for their section sectionThe seeUonThfl sectionTh
The Th President Pre dent expressed great interest interestin
in conditions COnfilUolUI in the South and said he liewould hewould hewould
would do all he could to aid in the move movement mowt moveniant ¬
ment t to secure European labor that is isso Isso isso
so urgently needed n in many man industries in inthat inthat
that auction The Southern nior present prpsontat I
at the conference declared that the con continued continued continued ¬
tinued prosperity of the Southern States Stateswas Stateswas Stateswas
was dependent in a measure mea8u f upon a alarge alarge alarge
large influx of European labor laborIliitlcrs laboTllntIerJ laborButlers
Butlers < IVI1I Vlil Ill Give GI e Hull DnllArranlemfnttt flailArrangements i iArrangements
Arrangements han hren completed oomphtnlfor completedfor
for the annual ball of the Butlers As Assoclatlon AalOCJation Assedation
sedation which will be held at the theMlonlc th tht theMdaonlc
Mlonlc M60nic Temple Thursday night Many Manytickets Manytlek ManyUckots
t tickets committee tlek > t s have ha e been disposed of by the thecommittee thecommittee theeOmmitteO
THREATEN BUILDING STRIKE STRIKEMaster STRIKEMaster I IMuter
Master Plumbers and an Journeymen JourneymenInterpret JourneymenInterpret 3ourneymenLiterpret
Interpret Agreement Differently DifferentlyDinpntc DifferentlyDI DifferentlyDispute
Dispute DI IHJte Over Opcnwlion education education3f QuC4tfonMa QuestionIIay
3f Ma IIay ny Lend to Throwing Thou TlionnuiidH Thousands rltonKUIUI
sands KUIUI Out of AVorU AVorUAs orl rl rlAs
As a a result of the failure fan of the Master MasterPlumbers KasterPlurnbers MasterPiumbere
Plumbers Association tIoII and of the journey journeymen journeymen journeymen ¬
men plumbers en to put t tile same interpreta interpretation InterpretadoR iatorpretaties ¬
ties upon article C of the recent award of ofthe oftile ofthe
the arbitration committee com appointed to tosettle totie tosettle
settle tie the differences between the two twobodies twoa twobodies
bodies a big building kiW strike is threatened threatenedla
la this city The Master Plumbers Asso Association AHoclatlOD Amodation ¬
ciation or at least some of the members membersIt m nbenIt
It is said said claim clal that the disputed article articlesupports articleporta articlesupports
supports the open shop The journeymen journeymenflatly jOurneymenlaUJ journeymendaily
flatly deny tea this U and say afthat that the inter interpretation interPfttatloD interpretaftuit ¬
pretation is plain They allow that it per permits permtta perrafts ¬
rafts an entirety nonunion Ioa shop but main maintain maIJ1ta1Ja mainala ¬
ala that it does not permit members of ofthe ofme ofthe
the Master Builders Bu Association 1oa to em employ employ employ ¬
ploy nonunion men to a union shop In Inthis Intbls Inthis
this they are aresupported supported by their attorney attorneyStuart attorefStuart attornegStuart
Stuart McNamara McNamaraAt
At a meeting last night of the newly newlyformed newbfCJllMd newlyformed
formed Building Trades Unions Alliance AllianceH
It was voted that none of the seventeen seventeenbuilding 8eftDtefttb1 seventeenbthldtr
building b1 trades unions u Including the theworkers tbeorken theworkers
workers orken on every part of a building from fromthe fromtile frontthe
the foundation fOUDtl 1t1oo to the roof would not notstand BOtstand notstand
stand for the open shop The dispute on onthe ORthe onthe
the hands of the plumbers one of the theintegral theIntecral theintegral
integral bodies forming the alliance alI1aIaeetakea was wastaken wastaken
taken under advisement and it was de decided deekId doaided ¬
aided not to call a strike on the spur of ofthe ott ofth
the t th moment Instead Id It was referred to toa toa toa
a subcommittee which will request s smeeting smeeU ameeting
meeting meeU with the Master Builders Bu Ass Association AOc1atl Asselation ¬
elation c1atl II John FltsgeraU is chairman and andJohn aDdJoha andJohnJ
John JohnJ I J Purcell secretary of this commit committee committee committee ¬
tee It will meet on Saturday to receive receivean JfCehean receivean
an answer to their request zeq for a confer conference contereraee conferFully ¬
ence enceFully
eraeeruu Fully 7OO 7 T5S men would be affected by a abuilding abaIIdiDC abuilding
building trades strike in this city and andmany AdDlaDY andmany
I many big buildings completely y tied up upThe upThe upThe
The new municipal btfildlng and the new newMetropolitan DeWMetropoUtan newMetropolitan
Metropolitan clubhouse cluo are among amo the themost tileID08t themost
most prominent of these th
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Indiana Postmasters I Named NamedThe nmcll nmcllTh j jThe
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tern tt > rs in Indiana were announced at the theWhite thoeWhlte theWhite
White House nous yesterday yesterdayRoh YttterdayRo yesterdayRobe
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the President by Senators Beveridge and andHemenway andHErnenway andHemenway
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