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NO235 Tfl WASHINGTON D C THURSDAY MAY 30 1907 ONE CENT
LAST TRIBUTE PAIDTO PAID PAIDTO PAIDTO
TO MRS MCKINLEY MIEEYDistinguished MCKINLEYDjstinguished 1YIOKIILEYDistiliguislicti
Distinguished Men Ien Attend AttendFuneral AttendFuneral AttendFiiiieial
Funeral at Canton CantonSERVICE CalltollSERVICE CaiitoliSERVICE
SERVICE IS VERY SIMPLE SIMPLERemains SIlrILERm SIMPLERciiaiiiS
Remains Rm ains Placed Beside Sidc Those of ofHer ofHer of11cr
Her Husband HusbandPresident HusbandPrclhlent IliisbaiidPresident
President Hooscvelt Vice President PresidentFairbanks IrcllidentFalrlJ 1reitdentFn1rJnnk
FalrlJ Fairbanks nks anti Secretary Sccrclnrof cerctfi r of State StateRoot StatcUoot Statehoot
Root rude to IC Cemetery Ccmctcr in Same SameCarriage SnmeCnrrlageUn11llllal SameCarrlngeUnnsuI
Carriage CnrrlageUn11llllal Unusual Precaution Is IsTaken IsTaken IsTnkcji
Taken to Guard Chief Executive ExecutivePresident ExccuthcPrcal BiecuthePrcI
President Prcal cnt Makes Brief Address
Canton Ohio May 31 31The Tho most distin distinguished tUsttngul8b tUtIngutehad ¬
guished d m JMft n in the nation attended the thefuneral thefulHJftl thefunerti
funeral of Mrs Ida Saxton MeKlntey lcKlnk in inCanton InCanton fl flCanton
Canton today and stood at th tM grave in inth Inthe
th the cemetery eexster wh where r the body bod was was ws laid 114side be beside beside ¬
side the r rUIiI maina of her martyred hu huband h hband hue hueband
band bandSimple bandSimple bandStmple
Simple as s was as the th funeral ceremony ceremonythere ceremonythere ceremonythere
there was much more Impressive ImprHSlvethe ImprHSlvethewomall impcasIvethowoman the thewoman
woman who lay dead deadand and the men and andwomen andwomen andwomen
women gathered athensI around her coflln recalled recalledscenes recalledsceoee recalledseenee
scenes and incidents that have formed the thehistory tIMhistory thehietory
history of the nation for the last decade decadeThe decadeThe decadeThe
The service en1e was held at the North orth Mar Market Market Marhat ¬
ket street residence r nce of the McKinleys McKinleyswhere lcKlnleswhere
where William McKinley lived fj ffIC r the thebest the8t thebest
best 8t years of his life when not in Wash Washington Wachngtob1 rah rahinstob ¬
ington ngtob1 and from the porch of which he hedelivered b bdellvend hedellyemd
delivered his notable campaign ll addressee addresseewhich atklreshleh addreeawhich
which hleh hnmedtaierjr preceded his h election electionto electionto
to the Presidency PresidencyNot P PXot PresidencyXot
Xot since the funeral of Mrs lrs Benjamin BenjaminHarrison DenjamlnHarrison BenjaminHarrison
Harrison has ao large a number of men meneminent meneminent meneminent
eminent in the affairs of the nation been beengathered beeneathered beengathered
gathered at the funeral of any an woman womanAmong WOJDAIIA womanAmong
A Among the number who paid a last lasttribute laattribute lasttribute
tribute to the memory of Mrs McKinley McKinleywere JlcKlnlerere McKinleywere
were ere President Roosevelt and Vice Presi President Prsdent Preatdent ¬
dent Fairbanks four members of the theCabinet theCabIt theCabinet
Cabinet CabIt two of whom were also Ministers Ministersof
of the late President McKinley cKlnJey Senator SenatorKnox SeINLtorKnox SenatorKnox
Knox of Pennsylvania Attorney General Generalin Generalin Generalin
in the McKinley Cabinet former Poet Postmaster Poetmuter Poetmaster ¬
master General Gary Supreme Court Jus Justice Jutiel Justice ¬
tice and former Secretary of State W R RDay R RDay ItDay
Day Gov Harris of Ohio Senator Dick Dickand Dickand Dickand
and many other distinguished dlatlnguished persons personsThe pelOllllThe personaThe
The present Cabinet members in at attendance attendance t ttendance ¬
tendance were Secretary of State Root RootSecretary RootSecretary RootSecretary
Secretary of the Treasury Corteiyou Sec Secretary Secretal Seerotary ¬
rotary of the Interior Garfield and Secre Secretary Secretary Seerstar ¬
tary tar of Agriculture A culture Wilson WilsonPresident WilBonlrclldent iSilsonlrcsldent
President Iteuehcs Canton CantonThe CantollTbe Canto CantoThe
The train bearing President Roosevelt Rooseveltand RooMveltand Rooseveltand
and the members of the Cabinet party partyarrived partyarrtved partyarrived
arrived in Canton at 1245 I24 oclock and andSecretary aadSeemary andSecretary
Secretary Corteiyou who came to Can Canton Canton canton ¬
ton before Mrs McKlnleys death met metthem metthem ustthem
them at the station stationThe atatIonThe stationThe
The President and his party proceeded proceededto proe ed dto
to the home of Justice Day Da where Vice VicePresident VicePresident VicePresident
President Fairbanks had been a guest gueatsince guestsin guestsince
sin since hte lg arrival here yesterday there to toawait toawait toawait
await tfe Door s et t die funeral Which WhichwasI0 kh khwas h hwas
was wasI0 I odec todt Attfcathour Atdlat hour the PtwI entjolnecl Prealdentjlned President Presidentjoined
joined in the procession to the McKinley McKinleyhome MfKlnleyhome McKinleyhome
home and sat beside the Vice President Presidentand Presidenta71d Presidentand
and with the members of the cabinet in inthe inthe inthe
the same room with the relatives of the thedeceased thedf thedeceased
deceased df > ctUed during the ceremony ceremonyThe ceremonyThe ceremonyThe
The day was beautifully clear the theweather theweather theweather
weather warm wm and doors and windows windowsin windowsIn 1ndosin
in the house where here the funeral was held heldwere heldwere heldwere
were opened The apartment in which whichthe whichthe hleh hlehthe
the coflin co ln was placed and the rooms Im Immediately Immediately Immediately ¬
mediately adjoining were crowded with withwreaths withwrfatbs withwreaths
wreaths baskets and vases of flowers flowersand flowera
4 and a nd later in the day were ere taken to the thecemetery thecemetery thecemetery
cemetery by wagontoads wagontoadsService waKOnloadSerlec wagonloadsService
Service Rxtreniely xtremel Simple SimpleThe SlmIlcThe SlniileThe
The funeral service was extremely extremel aim simple 8ImpIe aimpie ¬
pIe It was s conducted by the Rev Dr E ISO EO
O Buxton the present pastor and Rev RevDr Re ReDr RevDr
Dr Holmes the tb former pastor of the theFirst theFirst
First Methodist Episcopal Church where
Mr and Mrs McKinley worshipped dur during during tierIng ¬
ing their lifetime A quartet sang sangNearer sangSearer sangNearer
Nearer My God to Thee and Lead LeadKindly LeadKindl LaudKindly
Kindly Kindl Light Li ht both favorite hymns of the thelate tbelate thelate
late President McKinley cKlnleT and the funeral funeralservice funeralserviee funeralservice
service of the Methodist Church was read readIn readIn readIn
In the procession to the cemetery rnetery the thecarriage thecarrlqe thecarriage
carriage of President Roosevelt imme immediately ImIMdlately itntnedlately ¬
dlately preceded those e of the relatives relativesand relatlv relatlvRnd relativesand
and in the same vehicle with him rode rodeVice rodeVice rodeVice
Vice President Pr nt Fairbanks and Secretary
Root the next in order respectively re peeUvely in the thePresidential thePresidential thePresidential
Presidential succession successionThe succealonThe successionThe
The burial was in West Lawn Cemetery Cemeterywhere Cemeterywhre Cemeteryvvhere
where the massive tve pile of masonry which whichforms wblehforms whichforms
forms the monument to the memory of ofPresident ofPreflident ofPresident
President McKinley is now in course of ofconstruction otconstruction ofconstruction
constructionThl constructionThis construction constructionThis
This monument is near completion and andit andit andit
it was a II matter of regretful comment comme t to today today today ¬
day that Mrs McKinley cKln y had not lived to tosee tosee toace I
see its dedication In September ptember next The Theremains Theremains Theremains
remains of Mrs McKinley were placed placedbeside placedbtfIJde placedbeside
beside those of her lamented husband in inthe Inthe Inthe
the receiving iving vault Here an Impressive ImpressiveIncident Impreaeiv8inctdent impressiveIncident
Incident occurred for Immediately after afterthe lifterthe afterthe
the reading of the burial service Presi President President Iresldent ¬
dent Roosevelt and Secretary r tary Root Root unac unaccompanied unaccompanied cameeompanied ¬
companied by any other members of the theparty theparty theparty
party entered the vault aolt and gazed for a amoment amoment amoment
moment on the bier of McKinley McKinleyPresident IICKlnkyrrc McKinleyrrcaldcnt
President rrc hlcnt Continues Journey JournnyAfter Journe JourneAfter JourneyAfter
After the reading of the burial service serviceat serviceat lJce lJceat
at the cemetery President Roosevelt re returned raturn returned ¬
turned turn d immediately to his private car and andin andIn andin
in about an hour continued his journey journeyto
to Indianapolis IndianapolisThe IndianapolisThe IndianapolisThe
The appearance of Cantons C ntons streets to ¬
day indicated that the entire population populationof
of the little city was out of doors A Agreat Agreat Agreat
great crowd of men women and children childrenoccupied childrenoccupied childrenoccupledevery
occupied occupledevery every inch of ground in the im immediate 1mmedlato Ianmediate ¬
mediate neighborhood of the McKinley lcKlnle lcKlnlehrune
hrune hf > me and thousands of people ple many man of ofwhom ofwhom ofwhom
whom came e me from adjoining towns lined linedthe Jlnedthe linedthe
the sidewalks between the house and the thecemetery thecemeter7 thecemetery
cemetery cemeteryThere cemeter7Thtra cemeteryThere
There wag an anarchist scare in Canton Cantonshortly CantonshnrU tantonehortly
shortly shnrU before the arrival of President PresidentKoosevelL Pre Presidentfloorevelt klenlRoolevelt
KoosevelL It was w rumored that Michael MichaelTzolgosz Michaelzfllgo Michaelzolgoss
Tzolgosz zfllgo brother of the assassin U88 ln of President Pr08tdpnt Presi Prealdent ¬
dent McKinley McKlnle had come over from his hishome hishflme hishome
home In Cleveland and as the story be became became became
came generally known there was a good gooddril IfOOdf31 gooddiI
dril f31 of excitement among the town people peopleThe peopleThe peopleThe
The Secret Service men made an invest investigation Inveatlgatlnn investgatiran ¬
gation and found that Czoigotz hs In InNewcastle InXpwca inNewcasUe
Newcastle Xpwca tie Pa where bere he goes on every
Decoration Day to place flowers on the thegrave thegrave thegrave
grave of his wife wifePresident wifePrelldent wifePresident
President Carefully Carcfon Guarded GuardedAt
At the same time it was observed that thatunusual thatunusual thatunsual
unusual precautions pr ntlons were ere taken to guard guardPresident guardPrEI guardPreIdent
President PrEI t Roosevelt Roo while he drove from fromthe fromth fromthe
the th railroad station to Judge Days house houseand houseand houseand
and from the McKinley residence to tho thocemetery thocmetery thecemetery
cemetery A Secret Service man walked walkedat walkedat walkedat
at either door of the tbe Presidents carriage carriageend CarriAgftcrd carriageand
end several mounted police rode beside besideContinue HIdeContlnuel besideContinucal
Continue Contlnuel on Pajjc 4 Colnmn G GJ Glnrlnc CMarine I IMarine
J
Marine Ilhiitl l1 ml at Chevy Clmse Jnke JnkeOpening JnkeOpen Ln1eOpening
Opening Open concert this evening enlng followed
by dancing Other amusements amusementsPrices am1UlelftefttSPrices amusementsPrices
Prices on all Klrids s of Lumber are Lower I
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTlor FORECASTIor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland Colum Co1unibiaMaryland ia iaiIaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaPartlycloudy VirginiaPartly VirginiaPart1ycloudy Partly Partlycloudy
cloudy today to day possibly showers showersat
at night or tomorrow to morrow variable variablewinds variablewin variablewinds
winds windsHERALD win windsHERALD s sHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPagOP SUMMA SUMMARYPages Y YPagog
Pages TEMSGIIAPIIIC TEMSGIIAPIIIC1Mrs TEJEGlUPIIlCl TELEG1LtPIiIC1Mrs
1Mrs l lrs McKinley is Burled Burled1Cuyahoga BurledlCuahoga BurledlCuyaiaoga
1Cuyahoga County Count for Taft TRitIRIdgely Taft1Itdgely
1 IRIdgely Rldgely Talks to Detroit Bankers BankersIJaptuH BankorsIJapanese
IJaptuH 1 Japanese > e May Demand Indemnity IndemnityWlllcox IndemnityIWlIlcox IndemnityWillcox
IWlIlcox Wlllcox Angry Ansr at Mrs Gould GouldConfederate Gould4ConfedenUe Gould4Confederate
Confederate Reunion Opens To TodRY TodRYINews Todsy4ews day
4 INews News of Maryland and Virginia VlrglnlniElopers VirginiaiILopers
5 iElopers Klopers Captured in Baltimore BaJUmoraiBocek Baltimore7beck
7 iBocek Boeck Sought Senator Clark ClarkLOCAL ClarkLO lark larkLOCAL
LOCAL LOCALISehool LO CtL CtL1School
1 ISehool School Board o rd Approves pproves Changes Changes2Koox Changes2Knox
2 2Koox Knox Boom Growing GroningNa15ons Growing2Nations
3 2Nations Nations Na15ons Dead to Be Honored Honored3Verdtet HonoredV HonoredVerdlct
3Verdtet V Verdlct rdlet for 17500 Awarded AwardedllGraduates AwardedIlGraduates
11 llGraduates Graduates at Howard University Unhrslty1John University12John
12 1John John Pryor Dies at a Wedding WeddingCAN Wed WeddingCAN dIn dInCAN
CAN SELL TO CHILDREN
Liquor Men nt Atlantic City Clt Re Released Helenlcl Released ¬
leased Ilccnuse Law Is Lax LaxAtlantic LnxAtlantic LaxAtlantic
Atlantic City N J May Ia 9UphoIding 9UphoIdingthe UphoIding UphoIdinghe
the t he lawyers for the Atlantic City Clt liquor liquormen Uquormen liquormen
men in their claim that there is no law In InNew InNew inNew
New Jersey making makln > it a crime to sell sellwhisky sellwhioky II IIwhIBk
whisky whIBk to children County Judge JUdgoE JUdgoEHtsbH E A AHlgbee AHigbe
Hlgbee this afternoon refused to hold h lll in inball inMil inbail
ball the five saloon keepers heeded hood d by byCouncilman b bCouncilman byCouncilmen
Councilman John Donnelly who were yes yesterday r rtcrd yesterday ¬
tcrd terday indicted by the grand jury for for the thealleged thealleged thealleged
alleged offense offenseThe otCenflerhe offenseThe
The action of the court followed a asquabble asquabble asquabble
squabble between a half dozen defending defendinglawyers dofondlngla defendingawyers
lawyers la l WYerB on one side and District Attorney AttorneyAbbott Attorne Attornebbott AttorneyAbbott
Abbott bbott on the other in inthe the courtroom courtreom at atMays atlayS atMaya
Mays Landing LandingThe LandingThe LandingThe
The men were released on their own ownl ownreco ownreccmnizanee
l recognizance reco < nlzan e to appear if sufficient law lawshould IIlwshoukJ lawshould
should be found to warrant warran their being beingtried OOkIgtrie beingtried
tried trieQUEE triedQUEEN
QUEEN QUEE r MAUD IN RUNAWAY EUNAWAYHorses RUNAWAYlIrll RUNAWAYhorses
Horses lIrll Plunge Into Konntnln olld olldOlle naniOne nn I IOlio
Olio of the Anlinnls nlmnh IJrovrii IJrovriiParis DrownllParts JjrotvaasPerle
Paris May Ma 18 21 2IQIIeftl Queen Maud Iatld of Norway Norwayhad Norwayhad Korwayhad
had a narrow escape from death or serious ftrlous se sonoes ¬
rious noes accident at Versailles today while whilepaying whilepatur whilepaying
paying an official visit Ilit to the historic historicpark hIstoricJtlrk historicpark
park when the horses drawing her car carriage carrlaJ8 carriage ¬
riage bolted boltedBefore boltedBefore boltedBefore
Before the maddened animate coukl be becontrolled becontrolled becontrolled
controlled they the had leaped Into a a foun fountain Countalra fountam ¬
tain tam The carriage came to a sudden halt haltwhich haltwhich haltwhich
which shook all the occupants Queen QueenMaud Quelnlaud QueenMaud
Maud wag as able to alight suffering only onlyfrom onlyfrom onlyfrom
from the shock caused by 1 the fright frightA frightA
I A postillion who was Jostled j st1ed from the thecarriage thl1earrla thecarriage
carriage earrla sustained stl talnttl a fractured arm and andone andone andone
one of the horses drowned drowned in the deep deepfountain deepfountain deepfountain
fountain fountainKUROKI fountainKUROKI fountainKIJROKIAT
KUROKI KIJROKIAT AT SOLDIERS HOME HOMEJapanese HOMEJnlJRneNe HOMEJapanese
Japanese General See Sees How Uncle UncleSam UncleSnJI1 UncleSnxia
Sam Care for Dependents DependentsMilwaukee lJepeJlllentsMJlwtwkoe DependentsMilwaukee
Milwaukee Wis May Ia 29 2IGt Gen > n Baron BaronKuroki BaronKurokl BaronKurolci
Kuroki the Japanese war hero arrived arrivedhere arrlyehere arrivedhere
here today toda and was given a public wel welcome welcome welimme ¬
come He and Gen Arthur MacArthur MacArthurwere MacArthurere MacArthurWe
were ere Introduced by b Mayor Iaor Sherburn M MBecker 11Becker MBecker
Becker to a large 1ar e crowd that gathered gpLhered In Infront Infront infront
front of the city hall hallBefore ludlHfor baliBefore
Before Gen Kuroki and h nte 1IJ party partystarted p partystrted rtJ rtJstarteti
started back to Chicago on the 4 oclock oclocktrain ookHktrain oolocktrain
train tUs ttu afternoon they vtetted the Sol Soldiers SoIdleNl Soldiers ¬
diers Home iT me where the Japanese soldier soMfersaw tOk1l4rsa soldiersaw
saw sa how the United States cares for its itsdependent it itdependent itsdependent
dependent fighting men menJAPANBSEMAYASKINDEMHITY menJAPANESE menJAPANESEMAYASKfflDEMNITY
JAPANBSEMAYASKINDEMHITY JAPANBSEMAYASKINDEMHITYTokyo JAPANESE iAY ASK INDEMNITY INDEMNITYTokyo
Tokyo Government Expected to Seek SeekDamages SeekDamages SeekDamages
Damages for Race Riot RiotConsul RiotI RiotCoatsul
I
Consul Mntsnrknarn latlurkll ra Says So Attack in inSan InSun inSun
Sun Francisco Was n1l Exhibition
of Race Prejudice
San Francisco Cal May Iay 21 2Japanese 2JapaneseConsul Japanese JapaneBeConsul JapaneseConsul
Consul Matsurkbara today toda talked for forthe forthe forthe
the first time about the attack on the theJapanese UMJaPftntie theJapanese
Japanese restaurants rt tulltoUi and gave out a astatement IIstatement astatement
statement He declares the attack was wacan WMan wasan
an exhibition ethlbl on of race prejudice and he heintimates heIntimates heintimates
intimates that the Japanese government governmenthas governmenthas oYernmenthas
has made a strong repre representation ntatlon on the thesubject thewbJed thesubject
subject of these attacks at his request requestand requestand requestand
and advice through diplomatic channels channelsat l lat
at Washington WashingtonIt
It Is considered almost certain thaC tba thatthe thattheJapanese theJa the theJapanese
Japanese Ja government will ask for anlndemnity an anln anindemnity In Indemnlt
demnlt demnity to repay rtpa the losses OSIleS of the local localJapanese localJapant8C localJapanese
Japanese for the alleged wrongs they the
have 1 vc suffered as a result of the violence violencePIND violenceFIND 1clenceI
FIND NEW FORM OF REBATE REBATEInterstate REBATEIntcrNfnfe REBATEInterstate
Interstate Commerce Com CoiamerceCoaniiaiaaiorers CoiamerceCoaniiaiaaiorersInvcntign1izu Commissioners CommissionersInvefltlKntln ComlllllllNlonerlJInelltlJUtln
InvefltlKntln Railroads Itnnnscft ItnnnscftInformation I1orlJllcIInformation IltaiatieInformation
Information has come to the Interstate InterstateCommerce InterstateCommfrce InterstateCommerce
Commerce Commission to the effect that thatthrough thatthrough thatthrough
through the giving of
commissions or orbonusos orbonUllm orbonuses
bonuses as compensation to those solicit soliciting solicitIng solicitlag ¬
ing or routing routln freight and passenger passengertraffic passengertratUc passengertraulic
traffic railroads In certain sections of th thcountry th thcouutr thcountry <
country couutr have been cn resorting to a form formof formof formof
of rebate In order to ascertain as rtaln whether whetherthe
the payment PR ment of commissions is necessary nee 8Nr
to put a stop to abuses thereof and to
learn to what extent this practice has be become become become ¬
come prevalent tho commission comml sln will call
the representatives of many man of the rail railroads railroads railroads ¬
roads before It at an early date
FATALLY HURT ON WAR SHIP SHIPBoatswains SHIPlJuntlWain8 SHIPBoatswains
Boatswains Mate Griffin and Sea Senmnn ScaIIInll Sealain
mnn lain Klnler Injured in Accident AccidentSpecial AcchicntSIEdaI AcclleatSpecial
Special to The Washington WaAhi ltOll Herald HeraldNorfolk HetaldorColk heraldNorfolk
Norfolk orColk Va May 29 9The The breaking or ormisplacing ormlsplactn ormisplacing
misplacing mlsplactn of a fldpin aboard the battle battleship battleship battleship
ship Virginia at tho Norfolk Navy Yard Yardthis Yardthlll
this morning morni will likely like result In the
death of Boatswains Mate Iate John Griffin Griflinami Griffinand Griffinand
and Ordinary Seaman Kinley was seri seriously seriously serioualy ¬
ously injured injuredThe InjuredThe injuredThe
The crew of the ship was at drill clear clearing clellrIng clearlag ¬
ing the ship for action Griffin and Kin KinIcy KlnIe
Icy were in the mast The fldpln proved provedfalse provedII
II false and the wooden topmast telescoped telescopedInto teltsco teltscoInto
Into the mast too suddenly sudden I the steel steelcrossbar steelcrossbar
I crossbar on It catching the men under It ItTwo ItTo it itTwo
Two Killed In Wreck WreckSan WreckSan reck reckSan
San Francisco Cal May IR 28 2IThe The third thirdwreck th1rdwreck thirdwreck
wreck on the Southern Pacific Coast Line Lineoccurred LineOCCUITI Lineoccurred
occurred early earl this morning near Salinas Salinaswhen SaUnaswhen Sailnawhen
when the Sunset Express from roan this city citywas clt cltwas citywas
was ditched The engineer James Bybee Bybeeand Bybeeand Bybeeand
and Milton Henry Hen a striking carman of
Frisco were killed and Fireman Rich Richards Richards Richards ¬
ards wan badly scalded The railroad of ¬
ficials have discovered no cause for the theaccident theaccident theaccident
accident accident73OO accident7SOO
1800 73OO to Los Lo AiiRcIes CnL Cal and Other OtherPacific OtherIocllie Oilierlueliie
Pacific Coast ioint olntl olnt and Return ReturnVia
Via Baltimore and Ohio Juno Ju o S to 12 I
Valid for or return until August S For par
Uetilftrs consult agents entli 1417 G sL 619 Pa Patwo Panvo Paave
two and nd station N J ave and C st stThe 5t 5tThe etThe
The Best Boards Bi ards only nl JtOO Loo OO per 100 tC ll ft I
I r t MEMORIAL DA DAY1907 Y1907
EMPLOYERS UPHELD UPHELDArbitrator UPHELDArbitrator IIPIIELDArbitrator
Arbitrator Oyster O stel Wants ants Me Mechanics Jlechauics Mecliauics ¬
chanics to Resume Work WorkONLY V VorkONLY 0 r1 r1ONLY
ONLY MEANS FOR SETTLEMENT SETTLEMENToiifT
lolIJ oiifT and Hitter Contest May Ia iny Soon SoonKnil SoonIStiel oon oonEml
Knil If Workmen orkmell Abide A hldc liy l Deci Decision DccldonWill ¬
sion 11 donWill I o Will II Meet Ieet to Consider Ver Verdict YcrIllet Verdiet ¬
diet of Conference Committee CommltteeDe CommltteeDetolh CommitteeBelnl1 De Detolls
tolls lnl1 of the Disagreement DisagreementCapt DhoreementCapt fllsngreemneitCapt
Capt James F Oyster acting act a g chair chairman IJrmaR ehsirama ¬
man and umpire of the t jotar JoI r oaafereace oaafereacecanmiltUenrf eNtereaee eNtereaeet esefeemecOtitesittesof
canmiltUenrf t fl MtiR fl r rrsseatuUIs n it taue U es of Uae1M lbs tnenewly lbsnewly
1M newly ly erg ergunised r8lIlII ntaod lIiw Hptoyrs AaeootaUon AaeootaUonof A Aor L Lof
of the building trades and fifteen repre representatives repreentAtlYe6 reprosedatives ¬
sedatives of the building balldl trades me mechanics me mechanin mechemiSes ¬
chemiSes after three tare meetings to discuss discussthe dllltusathe disrusmthe
the matter one of them lasting until untiloclock 2 2oclock 2oclock
oclock in the t morning morntD threw his vote to toth toU inU
U th U employers side thus defeating the thecontentions theoonten1ons a acontentions
contentions of the men for recognition of ofa olcloMd ofa
a closed shop in Washington WashingtonIt
It is believed that all the men out on onstrike onstrike I Istrike
strike on the nw Metropolitan Club Clubbuilding Clubbulldine Clutbuilding
building at Seventeenth and a d H streets streetsnorthwest treetsnortbVIt streetanorthwest
northwest and on the row of houses on onPark onP8rk onPark
Park road near nt Seventh street atrHt may re return return return ¬
turn to work in a are few days and the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter be arbitrated arbitratedThe arbitratedTIM arbitratedThe
The ftgtit giit tit has been a a long and bitter one oneand one onead oneand
and the trades have refused reCut ed to arbitrate arbitratethe arbl arhlratethe rate ratethe
the matter claiming clalmi that the master masterplumbers malterplumben macteaplumbers
plumbers had not lived up to the award awan
handed down by b the board arbitrating the thedifferences thedltren i idifferences
differences dltren CH between betw ft them resulting from fromthe fiomtM hemsthe
the lockout of alt the men last August AugustThis AuU8tTh AugustThis
This Th arbitration award has been the baste basteof ba baof I Iof
of the entire fight fightThe fightTbe lightThe
The Building Trades Tra N supported the jour journeyman jourlHyman journeyman ¬
neyman plumbers in their tb lr contention that thatthe thatthe L Lthe
the fifth and sixth clauses provided the theclosed theeloPtd theclosed
closed shop under the old contract and to toenforce toenforce t tenforce
enforce this they declared d lared a strike on all allbllldlnp allbolklings
buildings where whe nonunion plumbers were wereemployed Wereemployed a aemployed
employed employedSupport employedSnpllort employedSupport
Support Master Plnmbers PlnmbersThe Plnmhcr1lThe PlunmipersThe
The master builders supported the ansi master muter ansitar ¬
ter plumbers and conditions became more moreunsettled moreuMettled a aunsettled
unsettled when h n all the employers of buikl buiklJng buiklIn bulkiing
Jng In trades mechanics formed an organiza organization organization organization ¬
tion and premised to settle ttle the matter matterprovided matterproTlded matterprovided
provided the strikers returned to work workTo workTo workTo
To this the trades > replied that they had hadbeen badbeen i ibeen
been dealing with the Master Iaster Builders
Association who had contracted with JUl a
them to see that Ut t the master plumbers a
JIved up to the award and could not rae recognize raeognlae ¬
ognize gnl the employers association in the thecontroversy toocontrover tin r rcontroversy
controversy controver
Negotiations were continued conUn however howeverand howeverand howeverand
and after the withdrawal of the brick ¬
layers la ers from roan the Building Trades Council Counciland Counciland Counciland
and a change in the exeu live committee
the trades trRd s receded ded from their position and andagreed andagreed am I Iagreed
agreed to stand by the findings of the C
joint conference committee with Capt
Oyster as referee The committee was wascomposed M Mcomposed a acomposed
composed of the board of governors of the t t
Employers Association and the executive executivecommittee executivecommittee a acommittee
committee of the Building Trades TradesEvery TradesEw TradesEvery
Every Ew > ry question qy stlon considered cO lllderetl by b this com committee commlttH cornmittee ¬
mittee was fought bitter
bitterly and on every everyvote everyote r rote
vote ote taken the result was Invariably 16 Ii I
to 15 1 Several propositions were ere ad advanced advancd advanced ¬
vanced by b both sides and finally a com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee to devise ways g and means wag ap ¬
pointed pointedIt pointedIt
It Is not known If It was the report of
this committee that was adopted The Theresolution Ther Theresolution
resolution r > 8Olution passed pas ed and the findings adopt adopted adopted adopted ¬
ed are long It is understood containing in inall InaU Inall
all over 2500 100 words This statement will ill
be made public today todayIt todA todAIt todayIt
It Is probable that the question of re ¬
turning the men on strike to work will be bepresented beprf8ented bepresented
presented to the full Building Trades
Council at its next meeting
It was announced last night that the
Jurbdlctlonalfight jurisdictional fight between the bricklay bricklayers bricklayers ¬
ers and the slate und tile roofers over the the1a3ftlg
layiifg lal g of the roof on the new t8W Union Sta Station Station Station ¬
tion had been settled by 11 tlie the two Interna ¬
tional bodies bodiesThe bodllThe bodiesThe
The decision d it is i understood was In
favor of the roofers The work of putting
on the roof will be commenced imme ¬
diately diatelySummer dlate dlateSUlDmer diatelySuinnmer
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inces Nova Scotia Allegheny Mountain Mountainresorts Mountainresorts Mountainresorts
resorts also to ninny nian Western points If Ifyou Ifou Ityou
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tour for pleasure or recreation consult consultagents consultAgrnts consultagents
agents at 1417 141 G st 619 Pa ave or sta station alati ¬
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SENATOR HALE SERIOUSLY ILL ILLVnilerfjoe ILL11111ro ELtmiIergoes
Vnilerfjoe 11111ro Surgical OnerAtion Operaltion nt ntJohns ntJoltll atJob
Johns Joltll Job Hopkins Hospital HospitalSfWcUl IhIIIltal8t liamepitalsal
sal to Th n Wuttnfton Herald HeraldBaltimore HmdBeltimon KersldBalUmor
Baltimore Md > d May aUnitecl United States StatesSenator StateSenator StatesSenator
Senator Kagene fte Hale Is critically erttieall7 ill at atthe atthe atthe
the Johns Hopkins Hospital as a aof remit remitof reseltof
of an operation for intestinal trouble troubleAccompanlfHI troublesAccompanied troubleAccompanied
Accompanied by Mrs rs Hale Hal the Senator Senatorarrived Senatorarrived
j 11 11arriftd
arrived in Baltimore yesterday morag morafasand IDOIIdItgaM moragand
and immediately went to the hocpttM hocpttMwhere hos tbl tblwhere
I Ihere
where here he is under the professional al alof ears ensof earsof
of Dr HUSh lugh H H Young YoungSenator YouDSenator YoungSenator <
Senator Hale has been 111 for some U Uand tlaM tlaMand tIand
and recently his condition condit loa became becameAt aertottfc aertottfcAt aerIee aerIeeAt
At the advice of his family physician phy1ancame ft ftcame be became
came to Baltimore and Dr Yon YonfonDfJd Young per performed performed ¬
formed an operation on him this morning mornbl mornblWhUe mornIag
While the Senators condition to serfooa serfooaDr erio5sDr ll llDr
Dr Younc YOUR has hopes for his hi recovery recoverySTIES IeCOYeISUES recoverySUES
SUES TRIGG FOR DIVORCE DIVORCEWife DIVORCEffe DIVORCEWlfe
Wife ffe of Chicago iIeno JSducator and analitor HtlU 84ftot
itor AQflUHOft A qtlIIOIJ nizsea Him of HxiajindesV HxiajindesVChicago Ba flsuapndeeLbisy apndt i iMa7
Chicago May aOscar Loved Trig Triggprominent Trigpromine rig rigprominent
prominent t a u an editor a writer sad In inetructor
j etructor in Mterature and professor at atthe atthe atthe
the University of Chicago Ch1c8 for twelve twelveyears tweheyeara twelveyears
years has been sued for divorce by byMrs byIn byMrs
Mrs Laura Sterrette Trig TrigThe TrIK TrIKTbe TrlggThe
The defendant is accused of many ny nypadetJ esca escapades escael ¬
pades el Mrs In Trig TrIt r says she was married marriedto
to the defendant January C 4 IBS 18 1 at KnoxI Knox KnoxrUle
j I vine Tenn her birthplace Her maiden maidenname malilenname maidenname
name was U Laura Sterrette McAdoo McAdooThe X MeAdonThe A oo ooThp
The occasion when the defendant is ac accused eIIMd seemceed ¬
emceed of having been indiscreet Indl reet is set setforth setortb setforth
forth in the bill billCUMMINS billCUMbHNS
billOUT
CUMMINS OUT FOR SENATE SENATEGovernor SENATEGovernor SENATEGovernor
Governor Dispells Political P6liti P litiOal al Calm 9f 9fIowa of ofIowa ofIowa
Iowa IowaIoriimll IowaIorJll IowaVormnially
Ioriimll IorJll Vormnially n Announces nllonnce that lie Will WillBiuleavor Ill IllBnllcnor 1llIInileaor
Biuleavor to Supplant William WilliamIlojrt WilliamBoyd llIlom llIlomDOTlI
Boyd Allison AllisonDee AIIIMonD AilisonDes
Dee MOines Iowa 10 May 21 2IThe The political politicalcalm polltislealnt politicalcairn
calm which has existed in Iowa since last lastyear Jutyear lastyear
year when the CumminsPerkins Cumlldn Prldn guberna gubernatorial guberaatorlal gubernatomisi ¬
torial fight ended in victory for the for former former or ormer ¬
mer was 8 suddenly ended today by the theformal thefonnal theformal
formal announcement of Goy A B Cum Cummins Cummbw Cummiss ¬
miss that he will make a fight for the theseat tbelleat theseat
seat which has been occupied by United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Senator William B Allison The Theink TheInk TheInk
ink thereof was hardly dry before the theantiCummins theantiCummins theantiCummlne
antiCummins faction leader lenders were send sending aendIng sendtog ¬
ing telegrams throughout the State to totrusted totrusted totrusted
trusted lieutenants to be ready r for an anearly anearly anearly
early conference to perfect an organiza organization organlatlon organizatine ¬
tine in opposition to the Cummins Cumml Sena Senatorial Senatorial Seamtoalal ¬
torial torial candidacy candidacySenator eandld4tc eandld4tcSeRAtor camnlkiacySenator
Senator Allison has never Intimated that thathe thathe thathe
he would not be a candlate for reelection reelectionto
to the position which hs h has held as a long longas longAS longmost
as moet people In the State can remem remember r rememher m mber ¬
ber and It is expected that he will now nowsay nowS8J nowsay
say the necessary nece ar word which will again againrally againrail againrally
rally rail the loyal followers follo > which he has had hadfor hadfor hedfor
for so many man years Even should Senator SenatorAllison SenlltorAllison SenatorAllIson
Allison who will be eighty years old oldJhon oldrhon oldtyhon
Jhon rhon his term expires In March IRJth 1908 1 110 re rere re retire retire
tire re from tho race It would h l utterly utterlyimpossible utterlyImpossible utterlyimpossible
impossible to bring the Allison following followingto
to tbo support of the Cummins candi candidacy candldac canditiacy ¬
dacy dacyBy dac tiacyBy
dacB
By B his bitter attacks on the tariff ques ¬
tion Cummins has alienated the Repub Republican Rtlpub1Iean Republican ¬
lican protectionists while a letter tter he once oncewrote oncerott oncewrote
wrote rott Indorsing the free and unlimited unlimitedcoinage unJlmltMcoinage unlimitedcoinage
coinage of silver Is constantly bOiHftag up upto upto upto
to cause him embarrassment amOag amGl g the theconserxailve theconservaUve theconservative
conservative financial fin nclal Interests Ibtere ts of the theState tbeState theSlate
State StateIf StateIf SlateIf
If for any cause Senator Allison should shouldbe shouldbo shouldb0
be eliminated from the race raee It is be believed belie believed ¬
lieved lie that exCongressman exCongre smlln John F Lacy Lacywould LReywould Laeywould
would at once O C4l enter the field as the can candidate candldat candidat ¬
didate of the antlCummlns or stand standpat stRndpat standpat
pat element Lacy Lsc is a strong tariff tariffman tarlfrman tariffman
man and has a fine civil war record and andis andis andis
is popular with the masses and his hisfriends hisfrinoos hisfriends
friends Insist would be an Ideal candi candidate eandldate camidldate ¬
date to pit against Cummins CumminsFor Cun1ml Cun1mlFor CumminsFor
For the first time low Iowa will have a pri primary prlmar primary ¬
mary mar nomination election elt etion > next year yearVoters yearVoters ear earVoters
Voters will then Indicate their preference preferencefor plferencefor preferencefor
for United States Senator SenatorStatuary SenatorSfnt1Jlu SenatorStatuary
Statuary Sfnt1Jlu Poser as R Lady Ind Godlva GodlvaLondon GOllhoLondon G dha dhaLondon
London May Ila 29 29Th The great question of ofwho ofwho ofwho
who will represent repr ent Lady Lad Godlva In the thecoming thecomln thecoming
comln coming Coventry Pageant has been set settled settled settied ¬
tled by b the final choice chol e of I l1llIlo Ia a Milo a pro professional professional protorsional ¬
fessional statuary poser who was selected selectedfrom teltedfrom eiaete eiaetefrom
from among fifteen applicants Her cos costume costume eectume ¬
tume will consist of pink fleshing sblng with withgauze withg1lU20 withgauze
gauze cloak hanging from one shoulder shoulderShe BhGultlerSho shoulderShe
She will w wear ar n awig wig of long flaxen hair hairExcellent hallXfJlent hairBxeelient
Excellent XfJlent Rock Fishln Fishing
Chesapeake Beach BeachLlbbey BoochL1bbey BoRchLibbey
Llbbey Co Co1 6th St and N Y Ave I
CUYAHOGA FOR TAFT TAFTCounty TAFTCounty TAFICounty I I
County Indorses Secretary SecretaryOthers SecretaryOthers SecretaryOthers
Others Will Vill Follow FollowdoienTTEE If FollowiOMMIVTEE 011 ow owOIDUTTEE
doienTTEE OIDUTTEE is UNANIMOUS UNANIMOUSCandidate mrANDWUSConrlltlnte UNANIMOUCandidate
Candidate Passes Through Cincin Cincinnati ClnclnJlntl Clucinsiati ¬
nati on Ills Way n to St Louis Lou AVherc AVhercHe here herele a alie
He le Delivers a Speech Today TodnCah TodnCahInet TodayCaltact Cali CaliInet
Inet Oincer SufTcriiiK Sutterlu from n Se Severe Serc Scvere ¬
vere rc Cold ColdTraTeb Travels Unattended UnattendedOWp UunttcndedC1 tzmnttendedC1id
C1 C1id Rd OWp Oldi ilay Mr Itor a JT Tlw Th Thm Rsf Rtp o v vComity
m zl I ut uttat I ICoiintj
Comity tat t wWch Wok Cleveland fe the county countyMM eo6atINto eos I Isent
MM INto tmafttaMMisly indorsed Secretary of ofWar o oar c if ifWar
War ar Taft for the Presidency at a meeting meetingtonight amelia eedb eedbtonlfbt g gtonight
tonight tonightProminent tonlfbtProminent tonightProminent
Prominent Republicans who were pest present pre8eal pesteat ¬
eat predicted that ether county count commit committees committea commiltees ¬
tees would take k8 similar action and that thatwithin thatItb the thewithin
within Itb a few menths S every county count In the theState tbeState th thState
State would have declared for or Taft TaftCincinnati TallClndftDaU TaftCincinnati
Cincinnati Ohio May 18Y H Secretary of ofWar 1tWar s sWar
War Taft pawed through here today on onhis onhis o ohis
his war to St St Louie rlai remaining g In his hiscar hI3cat hi hicat
cat the few minutes he was in the ctty cttyHis clt7His ctt cttHis
His brother Charles P Taft Taft and several severalnewspaper sev sevnewper seven sevennewspaper
newspaper I men were admitted to an anaudience aaaudIeace a aaudience
audience with the Secretary SecretaryAsked Scrtaryed SecretaryAiked
Asked ed regarding a reported confer conference confereaee confemsore ¬
sore in Washington recently the Seen Secretary retary a atary ¬
tary said saidIt aidIt saidIt
It was M a quiet and Informal little littleiMmur nUIer litti littimft
iMmur mft party But some correspondents correspondentsm con II dent dentIn
m In Washington who are gifted ted with mo mo t1IIAlvektus meatmarvelous t tmarvelous
marvelous powers of vision saw in It a agreat agreat agreat
great political powwow powwowMr pooMr powwowMr
Mr Taft Is suffering from a severe coW coUwhich coWwblcb coldwhich
which threatened at one time to Interfere Interferewith interferewith
with ith his address at St St Louis Goose Consequently eo eoqlHntly Goosequontly ¬
quently on the advice of his physician
he is proceeding directly recti to the West in instead lastead ii iistead ¬
stead of stopping stopping over a night nI l in Gin Cincinnati ClnclnaaU Gincinnati ¬
cinnati H will return June 3 and will willremain willremain 111 111maln
remain maln a few fe hours He came from
Washington unattended unattendedHe unAttendedHe
He expressed expr ed great regret that be was wasunable WUunable wasunable
unable to attend attendthe the funeral of Mrs Wil Wl1Uam Wil11am ¬
liam McKinley 1JcIlnH at Canton CantonPASTES CantonFASTEST CantonFASTEST
FASTEST SHIP IS LAUNCHED
Jscont Scont cont Cruiser Crul er Illrnilnchnm Chris Christened Chrlltenel ChrIscacti ¬
cacti by b nn Alnlmmn Girl GirlQulncy GirlQulncr GirlQuincy
Quincy Mass Iass May 29 9The Th United UnitedStates UnitedStlltes UnitedStates
States scout cruiser Birmingham de designed de deigltfd tiesigned ¬
signed to be the fastest Ca tn3t chip in the navy navywas nav navwas navywas
was launched today toda at the works of the theFore tIHtFore theFore
Fore River Shipbuilding Company The Thevessel TheYe Theveesel
vessel el went into the
Ye water at 1157 a L m mwithout mwithout anwithout
without any An mishap mishapThis mishapThis mishapThis
This ship hip of a type new to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States navy na was given her name by Miss MissMary 31SMary 11Ie 11IerAr
Mary rAr Campbell of Birmingham Ala AlaShe AlaShe AgShe
She was designated for the honor by
Mayor Ia or Wood ood of that city cityThe clt cltTho cityThe
The Birmingham was launched laun hed in the thepresence thepretience thepresence
presence of a large gathering of promi prominent prominent promimient ¬
nent citizens of Birmingham the city cll for forwhich forwhleh forwhich
which it was named as well as many manyprominent manyprominent nannyprominent
prominent residents of Boston and Its Itsvicinity ItsJclnlty itsvicinity
vicinity and a large number of well
known kflow officers of the United States the theJapanese theJapentso theJapanese
Japanese and the t Danish Dnnl h navies
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you ou are not a subscribe subscrIber you youare youare OU OUare I
are missing the best and cljeap cljeapost c cleapoat eap eapoal
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Washington 830 a m Sunday June 2 2Plenty 1 1Plent fPlenty
Plenty Plent of room for every ever one and a mag magnificent magnlflcent megnifleinit ¬
nificent opportunity to spend a delightful
day dn In the country countr at small expense expenseFloorlne oxpcnsenoorln expenseFlooring
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TOWN OWN OWNOF OF SEIM ON WHEELS WHEELSHcsiilont WHEELSItCNldontA WHEELSItcaleleimfas
Hcsiilont Will Yl HI II Locate Lotn te on Itallroad ItallroadTwelv UnllrmdTcht htmijIrnailTelve
Twelv Telve Miles from Present Site SiteBellfourche SitenellCourche SiteIlelifourche
Bellfourche S Dak May JSThe town townOf townof townof
Of Saint In the northeastern portion of oftMtt ofui ofthis
this county is preparing to take up Its ItspMtofflce Itspeetotllee Itspestoffice
pMtofflce Its business and rd most of Its Itsbuildings ItsbuIlding itsbuIldings
buildings and move bodily twelve miles to tothe tothe tothe
the new town site on the extension of the theMilwaukee theMilwaukee theMilwaukee
Milwaukee Railroad which has reached reachedthat JetlclMdtMt reachedthat
that far with Its Pacific Pacl c Coast extension extensionThe exteoalonThe extensionThe
The newspaper bank business houses hooeeaand houttellafMI housesand
and most of the residences reIIklenc have made all allarrangements allarnwgeml8 allarrangements
arrangements and the moving will begin beginimmediately benInimetUatel beginInlmedlately
immediately InimetUatel The new locations special specialadvantage apeclalIItIYllJltap ipeclaladvantage
advantage is the railroad railroadIf rallIOA1If
If o4d oh Sdm was to continue as a town lownIt townU townit
It would have the new n w Seitn on the rail railroad railr railrued ¬
road r to fight and the discus ctt last w wk wkLeek < k ktook i ilo
took a vote on the subject and ilecidedlo ilecidedlomove tleddedo tlecldedtomove 1 1move
move The hitherto prosperous town will willge willgo willgo
go to swell the already large flit of ofWestern ofWtem ofWestern
Western towns that have been killed by bythe bytlM bythe
the railroads railroadsiHAKRDrANS raUroadsHARRUIANS railroadsHARRIMANS
iHAKRDrANS HARRUIANS SECRETARY FREE FREEentellce FREESentence I ISentence
Sentence Suspended on Man Who AVhoSold WhoSoitl lto ltoSoltl
Sold Letter Accusing President PresidentNew IresfdentXew lresldentNew
New York May la SFrank W Hill for formerly Cormeriy formealy ¬
mealy secretary to Bdward H Harriman Harrimanwoo Harrtmant1M liarrItninwho
woo who sold the famous Where do I stand standletter standletter 1 1letter
letter written by Mr > Harriman to Sidney SidneyWebster SldateyWeler SkineyWebster
Webster accusing President Pre Ient Roosevelt Rooseveltpleaded Rooseeltpleaded
pleaded guilty in the Court of Special See Sessions S S610n ¬
sions today to violating vl atln section Ml of the thePenal thttPenal
Penal Code which pr prohibits hlblt the making makingpublic makingpublic
public of private documents by employes employesPresMllag employePresiding
Presiding Justice Z Zelber iter 1er on the recom recommendation recommendation ¬
mendation of Assistant District Attorney AttorneyKrotel AttorneyKrotel
Krotel and at the request of Mr > Harri Harriman Harrlman hlerriltsalh ¬
man suspended sentence sentenceHilt ntepee ntepeeHill
Hill whose hOM appearance indicated that thathe thatbo
he had suffered aU < eM severely lleverel from IGM the disgrace disgraceattending dwraceattending
attending his arrest came into court ac accompanied aceompanled accompanled ¬
companied by his counsel counselJustice eouaaeIJueU counselJustice
Justice e Zeller alter a conference with withhis withhis withhis
his colleagues coll 1H8 announced that aenteacevOI1tl sentencewould sentence sentencewould
would be suspended suspendedRUEF lIU8pendedRUEF suspendedRTJEP
RUEF TO BE A WITNESS WITNESSDeposed WITNESSDeJlolIl1 WITNESSDeposed
Deposed lloss will 111 Testify Against AgainstMayor AgnlmistJIayor nhINt nhINtJluor
Mayor Scliinltz at Trial TrialSan Irlulia TrialSen
San Francisco May Ma J 2LFrom 2LFromtegs > From proceed proceedings proceedlap ¬
lap In the trial of Mayor aror Schmidt to today to today today ¬
day It is plain Roof will be used as a awitness awltneaa i iwithess
witness against his former partner in ingraft ingraCt higraft
graft Rae himself appeared appear in court courtfor COuttfor L
for sentence but at the suggestion ng of ofProcuU ofPIOMCUC 01 01Prosecutor
Prosecutor > r Henry sentence BeJl nce was deferred deferredfor deferredfor I Itwo
for two weeks kL Then in questioning questioningtalesmen questlenlngta1eMneJl qneetisnintaleemen
talesmen Henry asked askedWould uketlWOYkI saltedWoiald
Would the fact that Hoof confessed confessedprejudice concdpreJudJoe I Iprejudice
prejudice you axalnsi his testimony testimonyshould tetbnoa tetbnoaahMid testimonysheuld
should h 1M appear as It a witness In this thistrial thistrial thetrial
trial trialTaking trialTakinl trialTaking
Taking these things together it is plain plainRuef plainRueC a aRust
Rust will be used as a witness I Rue Rttefsat Ruet f fsat
sat t near Mayor Schmitz in Judge Dunnescourtroom Dunnes Dunnescourtroom I Icourtroom
courtroom today but neither neitherthe recognised recognisedthe 1 1the
the other Both looked nervous and self selfconscious Hleconeclous selfconscious
conscious and Schmitx appeared relieved relievedwhen relleoedwhen I Iwhen
when Rue left court courtDEFENDS courtDEFENDS courtDEPENDS
DEFENDS PROPERTY RIGHTS RIGHTSJuilKc RIGHTSJud RIGHTSJuIge
JuilKc Jud e William 11110111 J Wallace nllnee Attacks AttacksTendency AttncklJTendene AtnckmTendency
Tendency Tendene of Hccent Legislation LegislationXew le JegislntloztNew Illntion IllntionNeW
NeW York May ay 2fc tIft In paying a high hightribute h htribute I Itribute
tribute to the ability integrity and fair fairness rUrDeN fairnose ¬
ness of the Federal Judiciary former Cir Circuit CIrcuit Gircult ¬
cuit Court Judge William J Wallace who whoready whoreBtIT win a areally
ready retired of his own moUo moUomauackee motion tat attacked attackederiy acked ackedtI I
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tI k p pidcir dtY dtYq td I
esi eriy q fc < fete tm tor lostaWtoi l iealuIal at tiN 0YeR1f dfcmw dfcmwgiven r rgives
given YeR1f ill his honor tonight SA tile Wal Waldorf Waldorf Wald ¬
dorf d by the bar of the State of 2t tw w York YorkAbout York YorkAbout
About 475 members and a few guests sal saldown L Ldowft sa I Idowa
down to th banquet banq t In the grand ball ballroom ballroom II IIroom ¬
room ExJudge Alton B B Parker was the thetoastmaster thetout lb e etoastmaster
toastmaster tout maet er He spoke highly of Judge JudgeWallace Jud JudWallilce S SWallace
Wallace as a a Judge and lawyer lawyerRIDGELY lawyerRIDGELY lawyerRIDGELY
RIDGELY TALKS TO BANKERS BANKERSComptroller BANKERSOomptroller S SComptroller
Comptroller of Currency Guest of ofHonor ofHonor o I IHonor
Honor at Dinner in Detroit DetroitDeclares DetroitDeclares DetroitDeclares
Declares Worklngman orklnmun More De Dependent Delcnllent Beleltleamt ¬
pendent on Good Ilaakingr Law LawThan LoufIThon Laws LawsThan
Than Rich Man
Detroit May > William WOlia Barret Ridge Rldgely Ridgely e ¬
ly comptroller of the currency addressed addressedtne addr addrthe addressedthe
the Detroit Bankers Bashei s Club > at a dinner to tonight tonJght tonight ¬
night nightMr nightMr
Mr 11 Ridgely declare at the th outset u t th rut rutthe thatthe t tthe
the workingman is more dependent on ongood ongood ongood
good banking baak bankh and currency eaneJI 1 Liws and on ona onIt ona
a stable currencyy system QIt than the t e rich richman ticltmaR richnasa
man He u said Id In part partIt partIl partIt
It would be highly advisable in my myopinion myopinion myopinion
opinion as a means of minimizing mtlll the thedhUurbance UtedIBturbance thedisturbance
disturbance of the money market and andbusiness andbualnea andbusiness
business affairs generally to keep the thefunds theCunds thefunds
funds of the government as a far as a poe possible poesible ¬
sible Sible on deposit 1t in the banks b nks and only
withdraw them to the Treasury to re recoup re recoup recoup ¬
coup the funds there for expenditures expendituresafter expendituresafter expendituresafter
after they have actually been n made This Thiswould ThbiQuId Thiswould
would keep the money mone in circulation and andreduce andreduce andreduce
reduce to a minimum the disturbance we wenow wenow wenow
now complain of so much caused by the theI Ute Utewithdrawal thewithdrawal
I withdrawal of funds from circulation to tobe tobe tobe
be locked up in the Treasury TnUUr vaults vaultsOne vaultsOM vaultsOne
One of the main causes nf the annual annualfall annualfall
fall stringency strJng cy is that at the time the themoney themotMy themoney
money goes to the West t and South tJa the thecustoms theC1I8wms thecustoms
customs receipts r elpts are large lII l and tb the Tress Treasury Tressur Tresscry ¬
cry ur takes large amounts of money from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the money mo y centers just as the other de demand demand tiemend ¬
mand is I made If it were understood understoodthat underwtoodthat understoodthat
that this cause ause of disturbance was to be beremoved beremoved beremoved
removed It would do as much to relieve relievethe rel relievethe ve vethe
the strain of cropmoving as any Iln special specialsteps specialsteps specialsteps
steps the Treasury Treasnr could take to relieve relievethe r reileethe lIeve lIevethe
the stringency after tel It had began bellt to ap appear Appear uppear ¬
pear pearThe
The chief eb f advantage In adoptions the thepolicy thepolicy thepolicy
policy thus advocated in the management managementof
of the government so rnment finances would be betiiat beU bet1
tiiat U It could be steadily adhered to as asI ua asa
I a axed policy for the Treasury Depart DePArtIftsnt Depeytafient Department ¬
ment The business bW ln 1I6 world would know knowpositively knowpo knowpositively
positively po what the department would do doaad doaDd doand
aDd could make Its calculatioine accord accordingly acoordIn accordingb ¬
ingly In ly It would substitute a definite plan planon piauon plaiton
on the correct principle of the least l st pos possible pussible poesible ¬
sible interference Int rferenee with business of all allkinds allkind allkinds
kinds kind for the present method of taking takingmore takln taklnmore takingmore
more or less money mone out of circulation circulationwithout clreulRtionwiUtout circulationwithout
without reference to conditions to be re returned re returned returned ¬
turned only onl by b special spec tI action after more moreor moreor moreor
or less harm has been done by these thesewithdrawals thtlelthdnt thesevithdrawsls
withdrawals withdrawalsIt lthdnt wals walsIt
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fef le at once but this is the correct prin princlpl paincipit
cipk and one which should ultimately be beapplied bappUed beapplied
applied This may be considered con ldered radical radicalbut radicalbut radicalbut
but It is right and it is better tter to be rad radically radIcally railically ¬
ically right than conservatively conservathel wrong wrongs wronghell wrongViieta
s When hell You ou Open n Hunk Account AccountDeposit AccountDep AccountDeposit
Dep Deposit slt your oor money where It will earn In Interest Inte interest ¬
terest te sl Banking dept dep of Union Trust Co
H14 11 F st st pay PAY pays interest intrcst on all al accounts aceoanl
Deposits Depsit subject 5ubJetl aubjeetlo to check chek at will willVisit willI1 willkIt
Visit I1 kIt Chevy Che Chnne Cll le Lnke Today roIln roIlnSuprior foilaySuperior
Superior Suprior picnic facilities taolties adequate adlUte car carservice Clirserdce carservice
service service Marine Mllrne Band Dancing Dlncng Danclngln In evening eveningAtlantic evenln evenlnAtlonte eveningAilnalIc
Atlantic Atlonte City el Special SpecialThrough 81 SlicelulThrough clll clllTrough
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sylvania lvAnl Railroad RIUrnd at 108 1 IO p m week weekdays wMkan
days an and arrives arrve Atlantic Atlntc City p 645 4i p m mFlooring mFlooring at atFlooring
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CHANCELLOR WINSVICTORY III IIIVICTORY IS ISVICTORY
VICTORY IN I SCHOOLS SCHOOLSTeaching SCHOOLSreaclilg IIIOOLS IIIOOLSTeaching
Teaching reaclilg Corps Changes Are AreRatified AreRatife AreRatified
Ratife Ratified by Board BoardCABDOZOS BoardClRDOZOS BoardCA1IDOZOS
CABDOZOS PLACE FILLED FILLEDW
W Y T Y Tunncll 1uJncI of Howard Tni Tniversity ruiycrsity tiiiversity
versity Is I Chosen ChosenDr
Dr W fl S Montgomerys lontgomcr1 Resignation Resignationas ReNI nton ntonn
as n Superintendent of the Colored ColoredSchools ColoredSchooll ColoredSclmool
Schools Schooll Accepted AecelltedloNcoc Acceptedliosene Roscoe B Conk ConkJliif ConknJ ConkIng
Jliif Ing nJ a Harvard Inrnrll Graduate Named Xamedas nmed nmedOI
as OI Successor SncceNllornJea SuceeasorJniea James L I Farmer to toBe toDe toBe
Be Secretary Secretor to the Board BoardImportant DonrtlImprtant BoardImportant
Important Imprtant changes cnge in the th personnel prnnel of
the t he teaching and executive
tolng an eteUve departments departmentsof deprtments deprtmentso
of o f th the public publc pimbII schools were suggested
o t 3 suggeste yes yesterday regtery yeserday
terday tery t by 1 b Superintendent Suprintent Chancellor CBelor and andratified andrtf andatified
ratified rtf r by the t board br of education edutin to take takeeffect te teetrct takeffect
effect etrct e ffect September Spembe L 1 Prominent Prmint among amongthem amongth amonghem
them th t hem WM t u the acceptance a etee of the t reiigna reiignatlon reiga reigaUon reiignaion
tlon l ion tendered teeM by Dr Wlnfleld Wln ld Scott 1 Mont MontBomery Montgamer Montcr
gamer cr as superintendent supntennt of the te colored coloredschools coloredIhs colnredchools
schools Ihs s and the t granting grtn of his request requestthat requ requesthat 3t 3tth
that th t hat he h be b made md supervising aunng principal principa of ofthe of ofhe
the t he Tenth division tiv a position pto which hl h Dr DrMontgomery Dr110tpy DvMontgomery
Montgomery 110tpy filled fl with wt great grt credit ceit some eomayears Iome Iome7er someyears
years 7er ago agoHto l agoHis
His Il successor Ir to the t office o of superin superintendent superlntet superlutestiest ¬
testiest tet of the colored clre schools 8b is i Ros ROSlrQ ROSlrQBr Rosmo RosmoBruos < oo ooBrooa
Brooa Br Conkling CnUn a graduate gate of Harvard Harvardan Harvarda Harvardand
an a and now 0 supervising sPg principal Ap of tho thoTenth thoTet theTenth
Tenth Tet division divisionThe dlv divisionThe
The Th special spil commute cmle on the t Investiga Investigation Istis InvestigaUomt ¬
tion U of o the t office o force for rede recommended that thatJames t11atJal thatJames
James Jal L L Farmer Fmr at present pNi1 employed ployd in inan inan ri rian
an exet executive capacity cpetT at the th Jamsrowi JamsrowiExposition Ja JsmestnwlxtIon
Exposition ExpU xtIon be b chosen chn as secretary e tarr iti itiplace i ip n nof
place p of o William 11 R Connor Cnr whose wh resig resignation r resignation sig signUon ¬
nation nUon takes te tke effect eet today todayXr toy toyI todayMr
Xr I Farmer warn w highly praised p by Mr MrCox MrCor 1 1Cox
Cox a member mmbr of the t th board br who whI sad sadthat satdthat a at
that t the t future ftu Incumbent Iumb had b served servedwith servedwith efpl efplwth
with wth great ge credit crei in 1 many mT executive eetve ojn olP3 olP3a nlWes nlWesat > es esat
at a the various Y r expositions ex ptO about t the reen reentry ro I n ntry riIz ¬
try Iz and a WM W eminently emlnt7 fitted lUte for the tbaschool thelb tleschool
school lb board b position positionIn 1t
In place plc of Francis Fr L Cardoso C lat ltl late latesupenisimig < a asupeirisinf
supeirisinf up principal JnP of the t Thirteenth Thirteenthdivision Thrtffltl Thrtffltlcmln Thlrteenttidivision
division cmln W V Tannell TUIU pCe professor of Vc Vctory h ht hi hitory
tory t in Howard How University Unet was al appointed appointedafter applnte1 applnte1ater appointedafter
after ater b b had h been b spoken Sea of o by Dr D Chan Chancellor Char Chaniejr ¬
amination amlnU cellor cUr iejr as g having hviD pe 1 poised seed an excellent elent ex examination examlnU cxamlnatlon ¬
Minor Jlnur Transfers TransfersA ranfcrl ranfcrlA
A number nub of transfers tue of 0 more or Is3 Is3Importance 159Impor as asimportance
Importance Impor were wer made mde prominent pnnt amTg amTgthese amnrs amnrsthe aninigthese
these the bein bl the th removal rl of Arthur Atbur Craig Craig1the Cra Cratbe Craigthe
the subject of a recent investigation from fromthe frmtbe frontthe
aubt o r InnUUn
the Armstrong r Manual aul Training Tralntng School Schoolto S Schoolto hlol hlolt
t to t the M Street Stt High H School SchoolProf SboL SboLP SchooLProf
Prof P R A Manlier r of 0 Central Cftral High Highpromoted Highpe Highpromoted
promoted pe to the headship blp of e f the depart department dept deptI departMeet ¬
Meet I of history hA in Ibe U MtetifM ht a a salary salaryof slar salaryt
of o t U tIk to t8e soeetad HK3iVlt 411 Noyes Noyesarho NoynshO Ofs Ofsw
arho hO WM w transferred tD t t to t1bfnhi t1bfnhirU the He profssorshii profssorshiiTite prufseaorehiThe
The rumors rU circulated clult before bfe the mat mating mHlg meetInc ¬
Inc lg that tlt Miss Mi Lucy I Moton Moob principal princlpal o oNormal of of ofNormal
Nor Normal School Shl No Z would woud be b demoted demotedto dtmotld dtmotldto demotedto
to the th assistant Utant directorship d1ectothlI of primary primaryInstruction prima primaIntruction primaryInstruction
Instruction Intruction proved prove to be b unfounded as asno a asO
no O mention menton of such a change chan was ma mate matebut < e ebut fbut
but It i is l said ai that that although althou h this tranfer tranferwas tranrt tranfewas
was contemplated contmplat it was wa blocked by the thacolored thecloe thecolored
colored cloe members memb of the board br Mr Cook Cookand COk COkad Cookand
and ad Dr D Atwood Atwo The Th case cu has not nt b bPPr botn botnsettled f > n nsettled
settled te and may I come ce up at a the next nextmeeting nextmtD nextmeeting
meeting mtD which Is scheduled abUi for Wednes Wednesday Wednesd7 Wednesday ¬
day dayThe d7
d7TI The TI bat Ul of teachers teeb and ad their thr posit poEltltts poEltlttsfo 1cm 1cmfor r3 r3for
for fo next nt year r was wl submitted sbmit to and ac accepted acce a acopied ¬
copied ce by the th board br without wtout a reading readingand readingan readingand
and an the t namee of those tbO eligible elJb for mimic admission amis amisIto mimicsloe ¬
sloe into Ito te t teaching Uh corps of o the schocis schociswere scht schtere schociawere
were ere also a passed passedA p psitedA
A thorough tbu redistricting rtitrUg of the whoM whoMso lchl ache achese 1 1s
so s aK to 0 make mke the Franklin Frkln building bulding tie trecenter ti6cnl tiecenter
center cnl and an to make Jk an a equal eul distribution distributionof dlstrjbt n
of 0 work w for the supervising rln principals principalswas prlnclpswas Inclpa1 Inclpa1ape
was adopted ape by the board b after aft r Dr Char Char Charcellor
cellor had explained his object as l bei ir
only to create a proportion as to terri territory trrtory terrtory ¬
tory and numbers numbersTo numbersIo
To Remodel Franklin School SchoolDr SchoolDr SchoolDr
Dr Chancellor Cba U9r also recommended d that thatthe tratthe thatthe
the Franklin School building be imme immediately ImmEdiately immediately ¬
diately remodeled so as to allow more rnororoom rnoreroom moreroom
room for the school l business and to rm rmtraliae NrtraJJ rrr rrrtrailse
traliae traJJ the executive departments that thatmore thatDIOre thatmore
more efficient e and telling telUn work can candone he hedone hedone
done His motion was referred to the thabuilding thgbuJlding thebuilding
building committee committeeMrs committeera committeeMrs
Mrs ra Muster UIeP speaking kin for the Git Gitfund atfund Gatfund
fund committee announced that the thofund thlfund thethnd
fund would be used to provide mrdol mrdolfor mff mtdalefor rt1 rt1for
for the graduating classes of the M MStreet r rS tStreet
Street S and Business DueI High Schools r s smedals i imedals 1medal
medals to be given ven to the beet scholars scholarsin
in those classes whose boN work would be bekept 1 1kept bekept
kept as an exhibition exhibitionCapt exhlblUenCapt exhibitionCapt
Capt Oyster moved that a school In InBrookland IrlBrookJantI InBreokiand
Brookland for which 528600 So SiOO was appr apprpriated apprprlated apprrpriateti
priated some years 8ns ago be built and th thbuilding thbulldln the thebuilding <
building bulldln committee was authoriaed to take takethe t takethe ike iketb
the matter up with IM Commissioners CommissionersA
A vote of thanks was as offered to the theMarine thaartne thoMarine
Marine artne Band and the officers o n of th the regu regular Tf Tighr l llar ¬
m lar r and volunteer armies who participated participatedin
in the High School drill and the sham shambattle FhRmbattle charmbattle
battle battleOther battleOther
Other changes in the schools are fh fhresignation thrMignatJon the theresignation
resignation of K P L L I Morris h head ad of tim thadepartment tbodlpartmlllt timdepartment
department of biology and chemistry eoMt and andthe andthe 1I1dthe
the separation of the Franklin and andThompson an amiThompson
Thompson buildings and the designation designationof dieeI atin atinol
of C K Finckel ac principal of the theformer theformer t he heformer
former
Transfers Made MadeTransfers Jlnl1eTNn8Cers MadeTransfers
Transfers were made as follows folio W O OIreland nIreland BIreland
Ireland from eighth grade principal to toposition tlposition toposition
position as a eighth grade grail teacher W H HDraper H HDraper HDraper
Draper from principalship of the Res Resr ResroIr Reservoir r rvoir
voir oIr School to the same position in the theBright th thBrightwood thisBrightwood
Bright Brightwood wood School W E E Xally ally from fromeighth fromeishth fronteighth
eighth grade de principal to eighth el hth grade gradeteacher gradeletlcher gradeteacher
teacher H J J Schlerf from seventh seventhsixth Ietnthsixth seventhsixth
sixth grade to sixth grade H P Johnson Johnsonfrom Johnlnnfrom Johnsonfrom
from seventh venth grade de princtpalshlp of the thnArthur th thArthur theArthur
Arthur School to the seventh grade and andJ sailJ nd ndJ
J L L Brooks from teacher In the high highschools hl highschools h hschools
schools to principal of the seventh grad gradPromotions gradPromoUOIUI gradPromotions °
Promotions were wt > re announced as follows followsH
H M it f Coolidge CooI fica f w < 4 to ektt ehes i Lp i iP
P Taylor I Ior from dug I to toJ den L LR I IS
R S J 1 DAUB Bum from des ell 1 t to cfctts cfcttsIt I IJ 1
J A t Df f less daB cn J te II f fn 4IL
It IL T PvtuffiutT f fran roe HM > t ti rttti 1 1M I IY Iat
M J 7 JlmOUL lat fetes f den er 1 to eta 4 4C fl 4C
C A Van Down fleas I dill 4 to toL ffcat V VL LL
L X A L better f feus chw cla 4 to dill dilln n k kP I IF
P fhnDahi firm data I III to dM aa aaIt k kH
H P Hooftr treat dM I to toW dm k kW 5 5w
W Fdty firm daM I to da daA ths < k kA 5 5A
A A t Jeers froM f class < t 4 to cam sm 5 5M 3r 5 5H
M r V I SMtfwMi from elM 4 to du dais 3 3M 1 1U 5It
M White f from ctest cla 4 to toI eke din k kI S SI
I SoteMMft S from cfa daB I to eaus diM n S SC i iC 5C
C W W litter 11 teen dAM 4 to clan 5 SK 5F
K 5 W V CKM from r elM 4 to AM k kS 5S 5
S A Dalton from dm 4 to tea 1 1K 5L S Sa
K a M ii L Coih CoIbotn < nm from fru cU eI 4 to den 5 5I 5 5L 5I
I L C IMbtrtr tnm dM dat 4 to c M i iH i ill a
H S So WhHbwk from claN 4 to ekes 5 5H S SIL
IL H C Dm P fram cl cia den ts 4 to claw d4 d4n k kn 5 5II
n n P I SMrfntiu from fze den 4 to etas k kTa 5 5TIM SThe
Ta TIM rollowln following janitors woro dismissed dismissedH
H M Loci Locltt Clinton Vermllllon Ell EllShonvood EllSkorOOd EliSherwood
Sherwood I ty V Warner J M i1 Divine DivineContinued DIlneContlnucll DivineContinued
Continued on Pago PnJeZ PngmsColurnn Column O OLlbbey iLibbey BLibbey
Libbey Co 6th St and N T Ave

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