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THE HE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY JUNE 2 1907e 19O7 7
PLEASED WITH ITll TRI TRISamuel TRIPi TRIPianlUel TRIP TRIPSamuel
shriJ shriJers
Samuel Hart Tells of Shrin Shriners Sliriners
ers Great Tour in West WestHOSPITALITY WestHOSPITALITY est estHOSPITALITY
HOSPITALITY OF CALIFORNIA CALIFORNDancers OALIFORJIIADnllcr CALIFORNIAflniiger
I IRORdhtlb
Dancers Dnllcr of if Ilnilroiullii flaIIroziJlzig on Rough IlnnRlRoadbeds RoughRonh1lesIs
I Illlrtonclerll
Roadbeds yrlth Trains One minimApart minim Ulnutct1flrjW1flICri
Apart lllrtonclerll Wonders of Grand Gm iitl Canyon CanyonIn Cnnon1u CanyonIn
In Arizona Worth orth Cost of Journey Jonrncjto Journe Journeto
to the DiiUmt Wustern VCl tern Territory Territoryily Tcrrltor Tcrrltory Territoryy
ily y general g neral impressions of our long longtrp Jon Jontp 1ontp
tp through the Western country on eu th thV the therjnprs thernrs
V Tiiiers rnrs train is of a vast territory territoryt territoryti
t ttod tt ti with beautiful cities ctIe in which whichCTTP whkh11l wMehPt
CTTP 11l Pt the most hospitable people 1Je 1Jer beT be ber
r t i the t sun who thought nothing nothl too tooL tooL tooi
L 1 fr r their visitors from the East Eastspoke Eutpoke EaeLspoke
spoke Samuel Sam 1 Hart manager ofI of orI ofI
I einirghs II urgha hs stores last night In sum sumi
i ig g up his memories of a trip which whichl whl wbkI
l uii iii in n Washington April Apri 27 nnd ended endedMay endedTay
May Tay 1 2 In that time Mr Hart and histirtyfour hisrtyfour his histsv
tirtyfour tsv Tryfour companions from this city cityf
f I i ralilmore swung < around a circle clre from fromf fromf
f t f Louis where bfte the fun really began begant
t L8 Angeles up the th California Coast Coastt It Itt
t Ynirouver Vn irouver ouver and back to the States over overt O Ot
t r < rinadlan Ct1a r adIafl 1lan < Pacific I clftc through Minneapolis Minneapolisr InDM Olht
r I t Paul to Chicago and thence to toV torgton tov
V v < > fieton fietonT ngtonmain
F T T main purposes of the trip was to totlio tothe I
< 1 tilt Imperial Council of the Mystic Mysticri Mysticft I
f ri rj ft which convened m In Los Angeles Angelesincidentally Angelest ngel
t 1 incidentally nd 1pntAlly < to meet the Shrlners in inr intilg Intiq
r > Cities tilg between here and there and nd in intor inL ine
< tor L e points beyond and nd to ate the beau beaut beautco
t tco fs IIf f the I he wonderful wonder Cui Western country countryt
t 0 v wikh hioh Mr Hart declares iIecIr no verbal verbalt verbltJLlptl
t Llptl > sTiptlon n can n do Justice JusticeMr jwUceIr jiUceMr
Mr Hart said the hospitality ho of i the therirs tbeE theErArs
E ErArs > > rirs 1rs in the Western cittes was inde inder Inder
r rhnby r brb 1br y spontaneous sincere and ttn ttnE unE thiE
E ytfd td Xo sooner had the theSbrlaen Shrlners train trainr trainraced
raced r < acnod St Louis than the occupants of oft oftTh
t 10 o cars were taken tak n in hand he said saidc saidyd
c ivryed rrpd yd to t hotels xfed fed fed taken about the thetty tltet Ikety
tty t and made to feel that they were at atI
1 1 r in the t enemys country countryTonr counlr1TOUr countryTour
TOUr One CoHtlmioHS Fete FeteMr FetcII Feteir
Mr II ir Hart explained etpla1n that the Shrlners ShrlnersI
I tho tl1 cities IUes west of the Mississippi MississippiIlifr XlssinlpplI Mississippihad
I Ilifr r had made great at preparations for fort fort forI
t coming of the Eastern Shriners and andi
i l a every ery train came to the depot it was wasby wasrt wasT I
rt T t by a delegation and the visitors visitorsEvrn isItorsvcn lsUof1lJrI
rI Evrn vcn a genuine welcome to all there was wast s st
t 500 and enjoy It was wa he said a con eont conffte
t v ua fete Even at t the smaller towns townsYTC to11SVf townsthe
YTC Vf the trains stopped but a few min minthe mintill mm mmthE
< the Shriners Shrlnersere were there to meet the theAgates theaes I
< Agates g1 aes lS and make them tb m feel that they theyv theyiiong
I
v eo iniong l1ong friends Mr Hart declared declaredIK d lared I
= IK 1 i like It had ever e ff been tn experienced experiencedr es r16neod I IIn
r oso in his car and they were first firstE
E TI s d then delighted dli hted then filled with withTcr withler withler
ler end finally with gratitude that thatnifrs tbat1jrs thatt
nifrs t r of the order would go to such suchi
i TS s tJ make visitors happy while whilev whUefr
v v from fr > m home homeM homeYr
M 1 Yr Ilirt sold let that In Kansas City rope spet
t r < iJ I J elaborate arrangements were werer ere ereJ
r i tj J fr the visit Y of the fraters from fromt
t East E t An electric display dl la bad been beenel beenwhich n nh
h el 1 which hlch he said surpassed any anyt
t g nf f I the kind be had ever wen Ott Ottt
t rec ri v sheets r tI of the city lines of ofighte racan racanc toean toeann
< c rt n t lights were strung stnln across the th In Inr Int
t r J < streets covered with many manyi
i 3 1 Chines Chin lanterns The effect was wast uJ uJt
t make the city as light as day and nnda andf
t f < a t vrrlety nonet of color that wa wa lt lti hl ft11O
i rlMVA 111b 11O t One store was wa lighted with withf IIlthls
f niis ls l of electric bulbs nnd the busl buslr bustctt
r sirvets d ctt generally were ere brilliant with withi witbnltlf1n withiIt1nn
i
i llitlffjj to this thb every wish leh and andr
T r < f the visitor was gratified There Therev
v v r r 1 mmlttees to look after th the enjoy enjoyr
r Tit t of the men and others to care for fort
t 1 idiB I ti < and human Ingenuity seemed seemedvve seemedn
t vve n V l been een n exhausted in the th variety varietyi
i 4 i < PI uiinment Mr Hart said his train trainr trainrf
r rf J Kansas City Clt some time in the thsr th thr theand
r r rn > n and left Just before midnight midnightr
r i y wr Te fE > dined < twice at the leading leadingM leadln leadlnt leadingI
I M + 1 t of < > f the city clt The ladles of the party partyT partken partyken
T ken to a matinee the men were weret
t C to I 1 the clubs and carried about the thet
f t < > soe the sight An evening tv > nln recep recept
t was W s held in their honor and the thei
i rs he said even took them to the thet th tht theanl
t nnd nIl stuck to them until the con coni
i r cnlled All aboard and nd the train trainr
r vj j from the station Mr Hart said saidivrr saki1If saidvpr
1If ivrr vpr iould forget the generous eneroua treat treatr
r t th hf 11 received in Kansas City CHyDazzling ctt cttnnzdlnJ CityInzzling
Dazzling ISvent JC at in IUJ Ii Aiijerilcs Aiijerilcshe iieles iielessaid
> he said the reception of the vls vlsvas na naI Is IsI
I vas AS continued nil th the way U aroi 3rotm 3rotmt d dt
t r r rf p o Chicago Chicagotethering Chien Chiengl ChicagogttherIng
tethering gl t herlDS at Los Angeles Anpl was s the thet themention
t c < invention of Shriners eer known knownr
r iade 1 r lle In that city the electric dis disI disJ disI
I and a nd the great floral fiesta dest were werer
r jT T s iwer ver to be forgotten for tten Mr Hart Hartc
c 1 1 After ftlr the parade immense floats floatsr
t f r I 11 J been prepared for the purpose purposei
i nited t 11 rted t td with electric lIghts bt were ere con confilong conI I If
f I Ij 1 along n lone the car tracks tra luJ These Thesef e ef
f 1 i S wre W re made to represent reprt > Rnt all kinds of ofI ofI ofI
I is J stones from the tJt diamond to the thec
c T r > I He said the floats ftoat looked like likeC likeeat j j1t
C eat 1t rvstais glowing with dazzling light lightsu lI lightI ht i if
f su HI h a way as almost to blind the be beV be belr heir
lr V r On each of the floats wers were girls girurI Kir girlsto i ir
I sfd s tr to > represent nt artistic and classic classicf classicwhich I Iwhleh
f ir which made a grand effect in the thew theg
g w frm fr m the hundreds of incandescent incandescentwith Inca incandescentt nt ntwith I
t < with which the floats were illumi illumit1 Illumigreat
t1 t1i mumlI mumlIJ
J i great floral display which took two twors tor twort
rs r to fi pass a point was a revelation to tot tot toV
t visitors j itors from the East Every sort of oft
t > n f fr < r which Southern California is isi Isj isratd
i j < srated atfd was represented as well as its itsin
4 4 in fl a profusion profll 1on that was staggering staggeringI st staggeringxtent rlD <
I > = extent Mr Hart said one could couldv ould ouldrJlffkulty
v llfflculty believe I ve that so many plants plantsn plantnlMI
n nlMI t were and nd fruits could exist In one onet onef onetT
t l lt f nlnne one city elt and count countHiiilrnftdiiiK county countyItnnltlHtlhlK countyItnilrns4liitc
HiiilrnftdiiiK 1 In the Wesi WesiMr V eolt st st3Ir
3Ir I ITirt ITI rt said they the had some experience experienceirnndlng uptrlencel
l I irnndlng nHil that was as not pleasant Ills Illst I
t parsed l > ed the scene of fourteen wrecks wrecksI
I ernl t of which a number num r of personI person penKmflI
I t cir ir lives He said the day his train trainI
I into San Francisco a little behind behindt
t IT T trrylng thirtytwo dead Shruters Shruterss Sbrlne
s K 1 c of the saddest of his life Mr Mrr Mraid MrIt
r said aid It was a miracle that there therent therent theret
nt t more accidents for while blle going goingthe pln plnt goingthe
< the t he Santa Fe line the trains were werei wer werr
r rive i r cn fl a oneminute schedule and andi anlrough
i at t t rough and uncertain roadbed roadbedInred roadbedIIrfd roadbed1ired
Inred IIrfd it was a wonder that any anyMt anyit anyt
Mt it t alive Mr Han Mid that the thevrs theIi thers
vrs Ii on his train took turns for two twositting tAOOittln twositting
sitting < up with the brakeman to tor
f r t int he ft did not sleep and to keep keepT keeplct
T I Ift something should stop top the train tmlnJ
J 1 IiJ I i1 to a rearend collision collisionMr commonHart collisionfr
Mr fr Hart said he could not help but butpir butrar buttr
< pir tr the condition of the roa roads in tire tiret
T t LIT < I States ttt and those In Canada ajuch ajuchf ueh uehIvantage h ht
f Advantage of the latter Hd HdifT said satd1jlfqnCc saidUffrenee
+ ifT 1jlfqnCc < ronce in management in Inthe the thei ness COllIt nessit
i it t d t < i L raslKngers > as engers and In the t1Ie1Ieedom t1Ie1Ieedomr freedom freedomf
f i I nrridents cidenta constituted a strong argu arguL
L f r the government control con of rail raili
i l not uwneraMp butTederal butFed but Yederal ral control controlt
t should force fo the companies to keep keepUids k kht1 keepI
Uids I ht1 and facilities and regulations up upnditloBs upf upo
f t > > I < > N1flltloal nditloBs of safety Speaking 8 m of ofrcatfons ofcaticns f fcc1utl
rcatfons M taken for safety ra hi Can Cant
t i i Mr fr Hart said that tb the trains w wfto wftoV ft r rvd
vd V qj 1 considerably on account of offll ucto uctofcr sno snoui
fcr ui oth 091St r eaosss sad wh sn n ta Ute trtrtw
came to block the signal was shown and andthe ant1the antith
th the train had to stop anti sometimes stay stayon SfA SfAon stayon
on the track for an hour until the tracks trackswere trackwere trackswere
were clear ahead head Something like that thathe thathe thathe
he said was Wb what was needed in this thiscountry thl thlcountry thiscountry
country to make railroading safe safeTwo sareIo safeTn
Two Tn ti Impressive TliliiRS TliliiRSIn lhllllIII JlslitgtIn
In II closing c nJ his Interesting talk Air 11 Hart Hartsaid II 1lrtsaid rt rtsaid
said there were two things of which he heought heolllllt heought
ought to speak specifically One of them themwas Utemwa themwas
was wa the perfect arrangements made by bythe bythe bythe
the Shriners in California for the com comfort comtort cornfort ¬
fort of the thousands t of visitors from all allparts anparts allparts
parts of the country countr Mr Ir Hart said hi these thesethousands theMtbousands therethousands
thousands of visitors literally had the thefreedom theflftdom thefreedom
freedom of the city cll and of everything everythingtherein everythingtberet everythingtherein
therein Each on the day of his arrival arrivalwas arrivalWftS arrivalcas
was given a book of coupons which ad admitted a atnUted adinitted ¬
mitted him to all n places of entertainment entertainmentThese entertainmentThe entertainmentThese
These e coupons upons were not only tickets of ofadmlsMon oradmlMlon ofadnMon
admlsMon to such special occasions as asthe astb asthe
the tb Indian Crafts Exhibit Pasadena PasadenaDay PadlnaDay PasadenaDay
Day and various features of Los An Angeles Anpies Angales ¬
pies Day but each was R mlhe of in information InforlBatlon information ¬
formation about how 110 to proceed to vari various van vanOu arl ¬
ous Ou places without a guide The coupons couponsalso lGUponsaJ touponsalso
also canned such side ianueg as Spanish SpanishLuncht S SpanishLsineh nlsh nlshLuneh
Luncht with an auto ride around Glen Glendale Glendale Glendale
dale and Tropico Another provided clam clamchowder damchowder clamchowder
chowder and an ocean rid rldt to Rondo RondoBeach Hondofoach RondoBeach
Beach There was a thick volume of o cou coupons couroos couPOS1LS ¬
pons and a ld with it one was turned loose looseliterally lOO8fImtraUY looseliterally
literally among the sights and beauties beautiesof be utles utlesof
of Southern California without the possi possibility H 51bility poesibllity ¬
bility of spending a cent of ones one own ownmoney ownmODe ownnioney
money moneyThe mODe mODeThe nioneyThe
The other tiling thin which hleb made the most mostlasting mostlasting noetlutln
lasting < impression upon Mr Ir Hart was wasthe wasUM wasthe
the Grand Canyon of Arizona This he hesaid heald hesaid
said was a sight to be sur surpassed l by bynothing bfnothing bynothing
nothing in the way of natural scenery on onthe onthe onthe
the continent Every Eer American A de declared de declaAd tieciareil ¬
clared Mr Ir Hart should save his money moneyand mone moneand moneyand
and visit Islt this wonderful place once in his hislifetime hi hi1tfeUm4 isislifetime
lifetime It Is the grandest most inspir inspiring InsplrInl inspiring ¬
ing right beneath the sun sunTHE lIunDEFENDS ellaDEFENDS
DEFENDS THE PUBLIC PRINTER PRINTERVictor PRINTERVictor PR1TERVictor
Victor Bicketts Declares Dismissals Dismissalsin
i in G P 0 Needed NeededTells lfceded1rClll Ncecled1Tells
Tells rClll of Millions 1i1Hon of Ton Inellll ml of Uii Uiinscd UJIUIIel Isisteed
steed UIIel Jnnlc Jnnl Turned Out tilt by It Hip HipHstaltliftlimcnt 1I1 1I1Hstnhlllihment lugIistflhl
Hstaltliftlimcnt HstaltliftlimcntThe HstnhlllihmentThe Iistflhl Islisisent Islisisentme
The recent t reduction in the force at atthe atU atthe
the U Government Govcr lllellt Printing Once should shouldw ahouMnot
w not > t be difficult to to understand nor will it itexcite Itexcite Itexcite
excite criticism of o the Public Printer or orany oran orany
any an one else el when th t the facts are under understood underalOOd understoed ¬
stood said Id Victor L 1 Iticketts yesterday yesterdaywhen yesterdaywhoa esten1arhen
when hen asked his opinion of the reasons reasonsfor reQOIUJror responsfor
for It It Two wo years r ago Congress was con confronted CODfronted coofronted ¬
fronted with Itb a rapid Increase Incr In the ap approprtatira aftpropI1aUon aptproprltIan
proprtatira for public printing and bind binding bindIn binding ¬
ing In The appropriations had grown from fromJS3MMOl fromU from3M
JS3MMOl U 3M In JK 3 to ITOOOOW 7it OOOcJI and the fig figures 11were figurea ¬
urea were still tnl climbing These appropri appropriations appropriatloDII appcopriaflons ¬
ations had been doubled In a period of ten tenyears tenyean teayears
years The President even called at attention attention attentlon ¬
tention to It in his annual message messageMr 1DeH3 1DeH3I messageMr
I Mr Rickelts Rlck tts is secretary eeeret of f the Printing PrintingInvestigation PrlnUnlI PrintingInvestigation
I Investigation Commission appointed two twoyears twoyenn twoyears
years ago which is identical In its mem membership membership messbership ¬
bership with 1th the Joint Committee on onPrinting onPrlntln onPrinting
Printing Prlntln Senator nator Platt is chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Commission CommissionYou co CosatniastonYod m mY
You Y o may ma be surprised as Congress Congresswas Congressas Congresswas
was as said Mr Rlcketts when I tell you youthat youtbat youthat
that a careful computation by competent competentengineers compelfnttngtnees competentenginees
engineers showed that there tht > r were stored storedin wredIn storedIn
in the basement ba ment of the Capitol in the old oldGovernment oldG oldGovernment
Government G Printing < Office in theMaltby theMaltbyBuilding the llaUby llaUbyBuilding MaltbyBuilding
Building in the old car ar ha horns ran and two tworented tworentfd tworented
rented warehouses more than 1300 t jOS tons of ofdocuments ofd ofdoeiments
documents d nnent8 and reports reportsenough enough ugh to fill a afreight Ilrrelht afreight
freight train more than three miles long longor Jonor longor <
or supply a cargo ca o to a big ocean liner linerIn JlnerI linerIn
In addition to Its own storage capacity capacitytbe capaclttbe capacitythe
I tbe government is paying 113500 13500 OO per year yearin YMrI yearIn
I in rentals A large e proportion of these thesedocuments thaedocuments thesedocuments
documents are obsolete obeoletemany many were obso obsolete obllollcte obsoisle ¬
llcte isle within a year after their publication publicationUnder publlcadonI publicationUnder
I Under the authority authorlt given the Joint Com Committee ComI Corninittee ¬
mittee on Printing in the new legislation legislationthat kglslaUonthat legislationthat
I that committee cut off nearly nearl a million millionvolumes mUlionI millionvolumes
I volumes this year of the Congressional Congressionalprinting Con5r Congreralonalprinting mllonal mllonalprintln
printing alone and in this the committee committeeonly committeeonly committeeonly
only touched the surplus the waste which whichwas whichwas
was 8 piling up in warehouses to rot It Itcost Itroat Itcost
cost the be government millions of dollars dollarsfor dollarsfor dollarsfor
for labor and nd material and not only onl the thetabor tMlabor thelabor
labor but the material has served no nouseful noUS4ful nouseful
useful purpose purposeThe purposeThe l
I The printing prtntl appropriations due d to toreforms toreforms toreforms
reforms and the efforts of the Public PublicPrinter PublicPrint PublicPrinter
Printer Print r are about J2COO000 less than they theywould theyould theywould
would ould have been if the growth had con continued continued continned ¬
tinued Naturally this means a reduction reductionin
in pay roll rolls and In paper bflln bh the other othercourse othereounf othercourse
course meant more warehouses and more morejunk moreJunk morejunk
junk i iOne SOne
JunkOne One of the problems on which Mr Rie Rieetts Rfe4f Rfe4fetls Rtelt Rteltrite
rite is now engaged e and which hlch the thedom thedommission eom eommtssion m mmlMton
mission expects ex ts to take tak up next xt winter is isthe Isthe Isthe
the emptying of the thewaaehoueB warehouses and store storerooms s srooml storerooms ¬
rooms and the disposition of of the accumu accumulated aecumulatfd accumulated ¬
lated surplus urplu which hich will require addi additional additional addltional ¬
tional legislation as no one has the au authority authorit authonity ¬
thority thorit to tothapose dispose of it itCOTTON itCOTTON it1OTTON
COTTON LEAK CASE THIS WEEK WEEKTrial WEEKTrial YEEKTrial
Trial of Edwin S Holmes Jr to Be BeCalled BeOalled BeCalled
Called Monday Morning MorningPornier 1IIorningIformer Morningiornser
Pornier Crop StiitlHtilnn In Charged Clmrprcilincut Chur Chargedihis elt eltwith
with Giving Out Sccret crct ncput ncputJIIlut Ilepartineist
incut Information on Cotton CottonThe CoHonThe CottonThe
The trial of the cotton leak l k case e will willbegta willbegin ill illbe
begin before Justice Stafford tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmornln tomorrowmorning
morning < at M oclock and it is thought thoughtthat thouhttbat thoughtthat
that all of todays session will be devoted devotedto
to impaneling a jury This is the case In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which Edwiii Ecl1 S Holmes jr of Washing Washington Wuhiltfton Washington ¬
ton ton formerly former assistant statistician of the theBureau tbeBureau theBureau
Bureau of Statistic StatJst of the Department of ofAgriculture ofA ofAgriculture
Agriculture A < rleulturl ie jointly indicted with 1th Fred Frederick Frederlek Fredartek ¬
erick A Peckham and Moses Haas of ofNew ofX ofNew
New X York YorkPrevious YorkPre1ous YorkPrevious
Previous to his indictment on August AUSU8tHolft14 22 22ise5
1905 Holmes was assistant statistician of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Bureau of Statistics of the Depart Department DelrtI Departwent ¬
went of Agriculture AS ulture and it was his duty dutyto dutyto dutj dutjto
to make up the monthly reports on cot cotton cotton cotton ¬
I ton The indictment alleges al e that lie save saveout gaveout e eout
out information relative to the amount of ofproduction oeproduction ofproduction
production Ac e in advance to Peckham Peckhamand P leekhamand kham khamand
and nasa H and that they furnished the theInformation theinformation theInformation
Information to Lewis C Van Hipper of ofNew ofNe ofNew
New Ne York and that the latter would wouldspeculate would8Jl woukispeculate
speculate 8Jl ulat and all four would divide the theprofits tbeprJftts theprofits
profits It te I further alleged ed that they theydivided tht thtdivided theydivIded
divided approximately JMOOCO oc as the result resultof r resultof ult ultof
of their operations OltllaUOIS and the government governmentwill govsrnmenPwill vtJrnmtnF
will attempt to prove that they t y realised realisedeven rea11aedeYMt realisedeveut
even a larger sum sumAs BUmA sumAs
As A a result of the legal proceedings proceedingstaken proeeedlRtakeR proceedingstaken
taken In New ew York by Peckbam and andHaas andHaa andHaag
Haas the government has been unable to tosecure toMCUIf tosecure
secure their PftIieBce presence here therefore thereforeHolmes thereforeHolm thereforeholmes
Holm Holmes will ill be 1 tried atone al M and It will de de dePftd dopond i ipend
pond upon the outcome ou ne of his trial as to towhat tohat towhat
what hat further proceedings will 1n be taken takenagainst talkenI takenagainst
against I the others othersThe othfrsThe othersThe
The government v rnment will be represented by byMorgan byKooan byMorgan
Morgan II Beach who is specially clally re retained retalned ¬
tained Mr Beach having been district dl8Uictattomey districtattorney j jattorney
attorney when the indictments were re returned re returned Feturned
turned District Attorney AttolM D I W Baker Bakerand BAkernd Bakerand
and nd Assistant District Attorney Jesse Ad Ailkins Adkins Adkiss
kins Holmes HoIm 8 will have as 8 his attorneys attorneysA
A S S Worthington and barton B Les Lester Leatot i iter
ter
V
Fun Costly COlltl tn Sit On Onrart OnParis j jParis
Paris rart Jun June l IAt At the Chappey sale saleeaterday weHtelClay saleyesterday
yesterday a sofa and nd ten chairs of the theion thel thebouI
l bouI ion ula XV period covered co with Ith Beau Bauis BuvaJs Beauvats
vats is Mwsstry tr1 soul for JttO tHO
ALL CREEDS UNITE II1IITEChurch I IChurch
Church People Will ill Assist AssistAssociated AssistAssociated AssistAssociated
Associated Charities CharitiesSPECIAL CharitiesSPEOIAL CharitiesSPECIAL
SPECIAL COMMITTEE NAMED NAMEDMeeting NAMEDJleetlllJ NAMBDMeeting
Meeting of Pastors nnil Injmcii nt ntHome ntHome atilonie
Home of 3Ir Mrs Xolilc ohlc Ilcanltn In InARrccntcnt Inorecmcnt InAgreement
Agreement nn to Methods Met lethOltCo lethOltCoollerutlon lieu sCsi sCsioperation Co Cooporalloii
operation rimmed Catholics CatholicsProtestants CnthllttcClrotestRntlC Catholicslrotcstnnts
Protestants and Jevrw Jern Present PresentCatholic lrelCentCUtol lresentCatholka
Catholic CUtol Protestants and Jews came cametogether CAmetoptoor cametogether
together yesterday afternoon In an effort effortto errortto effortto
to cooperate in the philanthropic work workof werkor workof
of the District of Columbia Represents Representative ReprlSonbLUt Representstive ¬
tive clergymen cl rgmen and laymen of all denom denominations leoomInaUons lenomInatlons ¬
inations met at the thereeldenc residence of Mrs MrsWilliam 11r9WIlliam MrsWIlliam
William lielden Noble 1711 N street north northwent northwest northwest
went west and arranged ed for the organisation organisationof
of a a Committee on Cooperation Between Betweenthe IJetweentbe Betweenthe
the Charities and a d the Churches ChurchesMr ChurchesMr ChurchesMr
Mr Justice Brewor president of the As Associated AI AIOdated AssoclIte4t ¬
sociated > Charities presided pr lded Justice JusticeBrewer JustlccJDrcer JusticeBrewer
Brewer stated that he was heartily heartH in insympathy InIJmpatb insympathy
sympathy with the object of the meet meetIng meetIng meetlag
Ing lie believed In a closer cooperation cooperationbetween cooperatIonbetween operatiOttIlftween
between the charities and the ehnrchea ehnrcheaBut ohurchesUut ohurcheeBut
But he said id I do not want the re report re rellOrt icport ¬
port to go out from this meeting that UaKt the theehnrchea tJatoch thechurches
churches ch bell have ha taken possession of the theAssociated t tA theAssociated
Associated A odat Charities The Associated AssociatedCharities AxlatedCharlUH AssociatedCharIties
Charities is a public institution In one onesense ontaenee onesense
sense It is I just as much a public institu institution Instltutlon Institution ¬
tion ss the th Board of o Charities CharitiesIf
If a man is an atheist with 1tb no belief beliefIn beI beliefIn t tIn
In God or a future life if that man has hashis bashis hashis
his heart full of o love for his fellowman fellowmanand fellowmanhe felIomanand
and he wants to lift men out of of JIM poverty JIMI pererty ¬
erty rty and sin we want his cooperation In Inthe Inthe inthe
I
the Associated A8IIOdt 1 Charities CharitiesMr CharitiesIrs CharitIesMrs
Mr Irs Noble told of her h r object in inviting invitingthe Iftvltlnsthe Invitingthe
the clergymen to her home homeI
I too have been ieeit among am those tJt05 who whohave wtwlunc whohave
have hurled anathemas at the Assodateu AssodateuCharities AoclteoCharities lIOclateoCharlUH
Charities But I have come to see the thesplendid Uwsp thesplendid
sp splendid ndld constructive work that is done doneToo dontToo doneThe
Too many now no attack both clergy cler y and amicharities andcbarltletr andcbsrltte
charities Too often they have worked orkod at atcross atcrou atcress
cross purposes and I Justified the te attack attackNow att attackNow
Now No In some sm way they the must mu co cooperate c coprat onoperats ¬
operate operateIn oprat operatsIn
In JliIuilf of lt Organization OrKnnlzatlnnCharles OrJunhRtoli OrJunhRtoliCarln OrganizationCharles
Charles Carln P lo I Welter Welr general pral secretary secretaryand aretar secretarypnd
and a Miss I Ida Id A A Green Gree general Irl agent agentspoke qnte agentspoke
spoke e in behalf bhalf of the Associated Msla Chart Charities Cr Chartties ¬
ties
tiesMtos tJ
Miss M Green GrH stated Itte that tt clergymen cMm and andchurch iid iidchurch
church cburh workers rke were wre needed e upon Up dll divis division dirtsIon ¬
I ion conferences confef as friendly frny visitors Yton and andsavings andsavings
savings savn collectors and andthl that in the char charity charIty charity ¬
ity work 1k of the th District Dlrld cooperation cooperationshould coUon coUonshould cooperationshould
should be b close co enough ebo h to prevent prevet prevetdpicton useless uselessduplication undoesduplicatIon
duplication dpicton foresee f foreseeOther ferenceOther rc of o effort fort and harmful btul Inter Interference hter hterf interforesee ¬
Other Oher speakers saktn were wr the th liffv It Roland RolandCotton RolandCton RolandCotton
Cotton Cton Smith Smith D D Ii of St 8t Johns Jons Epis Episcopal Eplacopsl ¬
copal epl Church Churb the tb Rev William Wllm L 1 1 Dcv Dcvries D Deriisp
ries r D D of St Marks Mark Church Churh the theItev theRey theNer
Itev W C Alexander Akxandr D D of the theWestern theWetern theWestern
Western Wetern Presbyterian Psbyterian Church Curh the Rev RevF neTF RevF
F B llowden Uowdn Rabbi Rbhl Louis Luis Stern W F FDowney FDwM FDowney
Downey DwM and Ind the th Rev Nf John Van Schalck SchalckJr Shalck ShalckJr SchaickJr
Jr of the Church of Our Or Father FatherMr Fathfr Fathfrr FatherMr
Mr r Van Schalck Shalck urged urge that tht the interest interestand Interestand
and enthusiasm tnthslalm of the gathering pthern should shouldtake sbouldtke ahouldtake
take tke rome fme practical prctc form for and a that tht a com committee c cornmlttee ¬
mittee mite should honk be b organised orpni on the th lines lne of ofthe ofthe
the Committee Committe on o Tuberculosis T rIO and an the theCommittee tbeCommlte theCommittee
Committee Commlte on Summer Outings Ot to be becalled becalled
c11 called A Committee Commit on Church Cur Cooper Cooperation Coo Cooperatlon ¬
ation ati to have be for fo its It work wr the tl enlist enlistment enlistmont nls ¬
mont nt of every church chu h and synagogue of ofthe orU ofthe
fnr a 8
the U District Ditrt in some II form f of ofie soeM sore service soreIce ¬
ice ie On O motion motrn of the Rev Re Dr D F D DPower DI DPower
Power I r Justice JUlt Brewer Mrs X Noble Nob the theRev theRev
Rev Kn Roland lofnd Cotton Coton Smith Sith and Mr Van VanSchalck YanBhlck VanSchalck
Schalck committee to toperfect topret toperfect
Bhlck were wtre appointed appinte a commite
perfect pret such lcb an organization organisationThe o organizationThe nlUnn nlUnnTh
The Th cooperation cpton of the Catholic thle priests priestsin
in the te movement movent was wa as promised prolt although althoughthe altbqh altbqhth altbonghthe
the th time tm of the meeting Bth 4 to I p m pre prevented p peevented ¬
vented vne their attendance attendanceA alendnC
A closing cilR prayer pyer was offered oe by b the theRev te teHI theRev
Rev HI Albert Evans D I D The T meeting meetingthen uU uUth meetingthea
then th adjourned adjured to upend nd a social ll hour in inthe Inte inthe
the te spacious scius diningroom dnlRrom of the t hottest hottestAmong hotossAmong
Among Amfn those tb present pnnt were fre the Hon lon D DJ DJ DJ
J Brewer Rev F D Power D D the theRev theRt theRev
Rev Rt John Chester Chr D D the Rev RevGeorge UnA IteeGeorge
George A Miller iUer the Rev He Albert Albrt Evan Evanthe Enll EnllRe Evanstbe
the Rev Re A K Wright Wrl4t flea n George GJ 34 34Steinberg 34Sternberg
Steinberg tebrl I 1 S A the Rev W C Alex Alexander Alx Alxr Alexnuder ¬
ander r D D L W f l Reeves RHt M D DGeorge De DGeorge
George e S Wilson lMn of the th Board B of Chart Charities Crl CrlUtI Chartties ¬
ties UtI Mr 1r and Mrs X Charles Charle F J Jt Welter WelterMiss Wfler WflerI WellerMIss
Miss I Green Gr Miss Xls Mi5 Bell 1 Miss 1 Todd To W F FDowcey FDe FDowtey
Dowcey De the Rev He Walden Myer er the Rev RevCharles Rfv RfvCharI RevCharles
Charles CharI Alden Smith Smih the Rev Re W L LDevrtes 141rie LDecries
Decries 1rie D I D 1 the th Rev F B B Howden HowdenD Howdn HowdnD
D D I Rabbi Stern Stfrn Mrs Mrl C E Pox Miss MissHow 34isshow ln lnHo
How Ho Ml M1e 118 s Roberta Robrta C Allen Altn and the theRev tireRev jl jlRf
Rev Rf John Van Schalck Shalk Jr JrCORTELYOU JrRTEhYOll
I ICORTELYOU
CORTELYOU RTEhYOll MAKES SPEECH SPEECHSecretary SPBEGIISecretary I ISeoretary
Secretary of Treasury Treasur Talks to Fel Fellowalumni Fellowalumni Fellowalumni ¬
lowalumni lowalumniDeclare lowalumniDcelurcs lowalumnilcclnrcs
Declare liilncatlon Jllllnton Is Most Iolt Xcccs Xcccsanry eces ecesflnry CCCI CCCImr
flnry mr Adjunct to jjncccfs uccelC iiccess In InAny Inn intiiy
Any tiiy n Walk n1 of Ilfe IlfeWestneld 1lfeWHttld IlfeWestfield
Westneld WHttld Mass u Jurie lSecretary lSecretaryCortelyou 15wre leeretryCortelyou r rCortelJ
Cortelyou CortelJ of the Treasury Trel17 Department Departmentmingled nprummt nprummtm Depsrtnientmingled
mingled m i today tor with lh his fellowalumni fellowalumniof
of o the State Normal ol School Shol here here and andduring Andtun sadduring
during tun the afternoon attmn In an a address adlrH as aspresident aspresident s sI
president prent of the tb alumni alumi association anttt gave gavehte gay gaybl gavehis
I his bl views viws on o the need n of education educationEducational eucati educationI I II
I Educational Fuctkmal Institutions lnUutlns play a great greatpart gret gretpar greatpart
part par in the life le of our people p he said saidAfter si saidAltos
After Aftt a considerable oDerabe experience ex rnce as a apublic 8publ apublic
publ public official orclal I may say 1 that tht it I is I one oneof oneof
of the vital vlbl forces for on which hl we must mustplace Jnustpace mustpiece
place pace our reliance rellance In the future We f are arepassing arepassing
passing pNng through a period perod of great grt pros prosperity prosperRy ¬
perRy prity In the contemplation conteplt of its hI bone benefits bne bnefts bonefits ¬
fits fts we may forget forst its I dangers dger Th Tf TfIrill The Thestruggle j jstruggle
struggle Irill for material Jterlnl gain often ofen blinds blindsus blnds blndsI blindsus
I us to our loss 10 in 1f things tblns moral morl and an spir spiritual jplr jplrIt0I splrItual ¬
itual It0I The Tb struggle strUgle for wealth for place placeand plaC placeand
I and for lo perferment pfet can be b he safely el carried carriedon erred erredo carriedon
on o only when w n guided gi by the O two tw essential essentialinfluences entl essentialinfluences
IlnfuncH influences of o the home hme and al the tb school schoolSecretary Ihol schoolSecretary
Secretary Se tl Cortelyou Cortelyo was a a member membr of ofthe ofthe
I the t class cs of ofS 82 2 lie le spoke s in part prt as asfollows asfollows
follows followsThree followsThree
Colws ColwsTh
Three Th years ago I had bd the th honor hr and andprivilege udII andprivilege
privilege prMteoCprflngatrtrnial prMteoCprflngatrtrnialeer of presiding at your triennial triennialexercises tniennhttexercises
II exercises eer and an it te I a great rt pleasure p lre to be beable beable
I able to join j you y again Apln in revisiting revitng the theold theI theoki
I old oh scenes 81f aad renewing the old 8 friend friejulshipswlth fnad friendshtpewlth
I shipswlth shl u1t their the pleasant and an helpful hpful as associations asI associatlons ¬
I sociations sociationsYou II sociatlonsYou tlns tlnsi
i You have lve honored hor me 1 twice t by election electionte otn otnI electionto
I te to the th office ot of president pelent of the alumni alumniassociation alumniIn alumniassociation
association In relinquishing rlluilng the position positionas p3ltIon p3ltIona
as a I shall shl do d today tody I want to express expressagain expressagain
II IIagin again agin my m hearty h arty appreciation apprflation of your yourconfidence yourcn yourconfidence
confidence cn ec and a of the support luPIrt I have re received recalved ¬
calved cev from you ou in the tb discharge dishrge of my mydutiee mydut myduties
duties dut and an I desire dre also als to thank tnk most mostcordially mostcordially
cly cordially Principal Prnipl Brodour Brur and A d his hi asso associates 8 aesocIste ¬
ciates ete and an all 01 others who wh have ave e contrib contributed coninibtiLed Rtrlb ¬ i iut
tiLed ut to th the hesuccess success of this thi meeting meetingCitlinii ItUn ItUnI meetingCuban
I Cuban Import Imllrtl KnllliiK KnllliiKHavana Inlln InllnIaTana PallitigIhvnna
Havana IaTana June 1 IThe 1The The customs re receipts reI recelpts ¬
I ceipts cellt at this port prt during May Iy were weren57ilr wereI were1i471
I n57ilr 1i l against In J17418S1 l74IiI during darltA the thecorresponding thi thecorresponding
I errJdln corresponding mth month last 1 year 71 The Thereceipts TheI Thereceipts
relpl receipts have hae been bR falling faUDS off of every everym eTcrymtnth everymOnth
I mOnth m hth Sine Ilt tc the tie r reeolotlan tIttt1 lttn n
TARGET TAGET SCORE AWARDS MADE MADEAll MAE I IAl IAll
All Al l Ilt lint nt Battle Ship lrles Go to toPacific toIncUe toPoelile
Pacific IncUe Station StUtlol Vei e csneIs csneIsThe leb lebThe eln elnThe
The Navy Na Department Deprtment has hs practically practicallycompleted prctcaly prctcalycomplttd practicallycompleted
completed complttd the compilation cmpiaton of the scores scoresmade IO IOmde scoresmade
made mde by b the th various ships Ilp hip of the th navy nvy In Inths Inte inthe
the te recent reent target practices pnutc Although hugh the therecords tMrers therecords
records rers made mde are not ready red to bo I an announced Announe announced ¬
nounced In detail detAi the awards Iwuf1 will wi bo M Mfollows a sofollows
follows follws noune Battle Bate ship trophy trphy to the te Illinois Illinoiscruiser 11nll 11nllcriser Illinoiscruiser
cruiser criser trophy to th the Boston Boton gunboat gunboattrophy gnbt gnbttrophr gunboattrophy
Princeton torpedoboat tro trophy trophy ¬
trophy to the Prneton torpeobt tr trph
phy ph to the Probk ProbkAll Preb ProbleMI
All l of these thes awards awads with wih the exception exceptionof ccpUon ccpUonor
of the battleship trophy hW p r will wi ft go I to t roe vessels Ve roereIn
reIn II of the Pacific Paclf station stUon whore whor a re remarkable remrkable remarkable ¬
markable mrkable showing was S made all al of the thesuccessful t thesuccessful
successful uCQs ful ships ship there having haynlt exceeded ex excetdedper e K Kper
per pr cent in the final fnal merit mit record rrd None Noneof Noe Noeof one oneof
of tho ships shlp ot the Asiatic Asitc station stton gained gaineda pin
a R trophy trophyBANK tropbrBAK trophyBANK
BANK BAK ROUNDS OUT FIRST FfST YEAR YEARGrowth YAR YARGrowth YEARCrosvtl
Growth of Citizens C1lCII SuvliiRH SlnlnJ1 Institu Institution hllCttu hllCttuHcm Inetitulion ¬
lion Satisfactory Sltifnctor to Directors DirectorsOn Jlrcetorl JlrcetorlOn JlrectorsOn
On May Ia 31 the th Citizens CItzes Savings Svlnp Bank Bankrounded Bk Bankrounded
rounded out the flrst fr t year of Its Is existence existencewith existencewith xlsnc xlsncwih
with wih over 220000 O in deposits dpposls and over oerUO over12iOOOO I
1250000 UO in loans lons for the most mot part prt se secured I Icure ascuied ¬
cured cure on 01 first flt trust mortgage notes note on onimproved onImpr onimproved
improved Impr f city clt real estate estateThe ft3tt estateThe
The directors diretor express prts themselves the lve as a aInK be being belog ¬
InK satisfied sUle with wih the te growth grwth of the bank bankbeing bnk bnkhelnt hankbeing
being helnt in excess ece of their expectations expectationsThey eptatn expectationsThey
They are preparing prping a comparative compratve state statement stte sttement statemeat ¬
ment of the business bune clone don In the past pastyear pt ptrear pastyear
year to present prent to their thflr stockholders tokholder and anddepositors aMdppmtors statdepositors
depositors dppmtors The bank bnk opened opne Its 1t doors dor for forbusiness fo forbusiness
business buslne June 1 1966 1966BREWERY 19 19BREWERY 19f16BRBVIERY
BREWERY WORKERS DEFIANT DEFIANTExpelled DEFIANTExpelled DBFIANTExpelled
Expelled Union Denies Denie Authority of ofAmerican ofAercan ofAmerican
American Aercan Federation Federaton of Labor LaborAVniters Labornlcr Labornlters
AVniters nlcr nlters In New Xe York Will Il llI Stand tnllil by bythe h hthe bytli
the tli Ilrevrcryincii lrcwelmen at JIcetliiK1 JIcetliiK1Called JleetllJ JleetllJCllel leetIiigCalled
Called Cllel for Today TodayXew ToI ToINe TotinyNew
New Ne York Yok June Jun lThe lThe delegates dlete of oftbe ofth ofthe
the bartenders waiters wWs and several severalother severalother
th brtener a ve
oher other unions unl will demand dmand at tomorrows tomorrowsmeeting tom tomJI tomorrowsmeeting
meeting JI of the Central Cetrl Federated Feted Union Unionto Unn Unnt Unionto
to t know kn what bt the effects ee will wU b be of o the theedict theedict
edict elt of President P n1 Gompers Gom and a the theexecutive th thueuUe theexecutive
executive ueuUe council cunc of the American Aln Fed Federation Pe Federation ¬
eration eUo of Labor lAbr by b which bicb the Brewery BreweryWorkers Br BreweryWorkers
Woe Workers Union stands an expelled exp from fr the theFederation theYeUon theFederation
Federation YeUon of ofIbr Labor for disobeying dlbyln < its itsrules twr itsrules
rulesA rules rulesA
r
A representative rtd of o the bartenders bartendersunion 1rtn bartendersolden
union Un who 1 bo was w seen today t declined dlM to totalk totlk totalk
talk tlk of the matter mte until uaU his h union 1lo acted actedon at actedoft
on ItThere It It
There Th are a some knotty kntLF points pnt In con connection e enecUon eonneetlon ¬
nection with 1th the decision di he h said a and andI
I do d not believe ble Mr M Oomoers l and aD his hisexecutive hi hiI hisexecutive
I executive eeU council cnl could cul run r all a organised organisedtabor organisedlabor
I tabor Jbr IH 1f the th country countryHenry ctr countryHenry
Henry Henr Klcinman Klnm of Cf the t Walters Wale Union Unionsaid Unionsaid
said that the organ ontU orgealsatios Italic wouM J stand s by bythe bythe
the brewery ber workers w r first fra Tn Thst n lt and all allthe al altthe
the time timeDoes tm timeDose
Does D Mr r Gompers Go think he b cia e make makeall le lean snakealt
all the beer br in the country ctr nonunion on1lo with withA wth wtha
A stroke trb of his b pen p penr he h raid n In spit spitof lt ltor spitof
of what Mr Gompers Gpq may m say the t beer beerbrewed beerbrewed
brewed bewe by b the th brewery bwe w workers la good goodunion J goodunion
union beer r and ue my union u will wl serve e it itwhen I Itwhen
when h required requiredThe ruir requiredThe
The executive netf council cn of o tbe American AmericanFederation Amern AmernFtderaUon ArnertoanFederation
Federation of Labor has been It taking too toomuch tooJftueh toosnuch
much on Itself lately Jatet It Is not the whole wholethins wholethlnt wholethin
thins thin In organised labor as will 111 be shown shownat 1IboI1tat sisownat
at the meeting In of the CcUal lIaJ Federated FederatedUnkm FederatedUDioft FederStedUnion
Union tomorrow tomorrowUnited to tomorrowThe w wTIae
The oral eider oC rx son of o tile tileUnittcl theUnited
United Brewery Bft Wfwtnea W Wt wmea of America Americafrom AIIMIIIeotrom Americafrom
from the American Federation of Labor Laborwas lAbor7eaterday Laborwas
was yesterday issued by President Gem Gompers GoIDper Gempore ¬
pore per This action ctlon Is the result of the thefailure tIMranUh thefailure
failure of the union to carry out the th man mandate mandalo mendat ¬
date dat of the Minneapolis convention of ofNovember ofovember offerembor
November ovember last Jut to refrain tratn from Including Includingia lneludl lneludlIn includingin
In Its It membership workmen who are em employed empIoyod emplayed ¬
played u c firemen engineers en neenI and andteamsters andteamatrs andteznsters
teamsters teamstersFrank teamatrsFrank teznstersFrank
Frank Morrison secretary of the Ameri American American Anioncan ¬
can Federation of Labor said yesterday yesterdaythat yesterdaythat ay aythat
that the decision of President PrMI nt Ootnpen Ootnpennot Oompe Oompenot Gounpensnot
not only severs the connection of the In International International internatlonal ¬
ternational Union 1l On of United Brewery BreweryWorkmen BNwerTWorkm BreweryWorkmen
Workmen Workm n with 1th the Federation of Labor Laborbut Laborbut Laborbut
but under the constitution eotI8 tution of the tatter tatterwiM latterwill
will prevent the 469 4 or more local unions unionsof unionsof unionsof
of the brewery workers from being repre represented nopnosettted reproseated ¬
sented by delegates In the 600 central centralbodies centralbodl centralbodies
bodies bodl and the thirtysix State branches branchesaffiliated brancbtSamUated branchesatflhlated
affiliated with 1th the American Am rlcan Federation Federationof
of Labor or to receive ceive any support or orconsideration orronsicl orconsideration
consideration ronsicl + raUon from the th member of the theUS
118 International unions holding charters chartersfrom charterfrom chartersfrom
from the Federation FederationSEND Fd FederationSEND raUon raUonSEND
SEND TELEGRAMS BY MACHINE MACHINEWestern MACHINEWestern MACHINEWestern
Western Union Operators Forced to toUse toUse toUse
Use Instruments in Sending SendingTnllc SendingTRII SendingTalk
Talk of Strike Strll c lt Practically Irnctitul1 Alma Abandoned Almailoimeti llIIn llIInclollcd ¬
doned liy II I Telegraphers Tclt rRllhcr in inMV InXeir
Xeir MV York 0110 City CityNew CU CUNe CityNew
New Ne York June 1 lStrlke Strike clouds cl Ude which whichhave wblehhave whichhave
have been hovering hovering over the office otkM of the theWestern tbtWestern theWestern
Western Union Telegraph Company for forsome Corome forseine
some weeks seem to have been almost almostcompletely almotcompietely almostcompletely
completely dbpated tonight and there therewas t ta therewas
was a a dearth of talk from the headquar headquarters beadquart headquartens ¬
tens t r of the union unionInvestigation unionInve unIonInvestigation
Investigation Inve tillltlon developed that the expla explanation e explanation tla tlauatlon ¬
nation of o this condition and of the stir surprising nrprialntt stirptising ¬
prising independence and indifference of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the Western Union officiate to the t strike striketalk Jrtrlketalk striketalk
talk could be traced largely to the new newmachine JHWmachine newmachine
machine for the transmission and nd receiv receiving rCelvIns receivlag ¬
Ins of messages nes es which te rapidly being beinginstalled bellInlrttttd beingInstalled
installed by the Western Union UnionWhile CnlonWhlh tnionWhile
While the machine is not absolutely absolutelynew ab olutelynew
new and has been n used 1U d experimentally experimentallyfor
for or some time it te said that UK real value valuehad valuebad valuehad
had not been made apparent until the thepresent thepreMnt thepresent
present crisis between betw n the operators ntors and andthe i lId lIdthe J Jthe
the company and It ltls is only within the thelast thet thelast
last t few days ays that the possibilities of the themachine themachine themachine
machine and Its effect on the future of ofthe oCtht ofthe
the telegraphers have been n appreciated appreciatedby
by b members of the operators union unionThe unionThe unionThe
The machine which is i known as the theBarclay theBarrlay theBrciay
Barclay named after John Barclay IJarcI vice vicepresident vicepresld vicepresident
president presld nl of the Western Union and a d its itsInventor itaInv itslnventor
Inv lnventor Inventor ntor and former owner obviates the thenecessity then theneceaslty
necessity n e8 ty of trained operators as any per person perlIOn person ¬
son capable of operating an ordinary ordinarytypewriter ordbArytYpPwrller ordinarytypewriter
typewriter being qualliied to use the ma machine machine machine ¬
chine which produces produc greater accuracy accuracyand accuracyanti ccul1tcyand
and speed than can possibly be obtained obtainedby obtainedby obtainedby
by the most skilled operator operatorMr operstorMr operatorMr
Mr Barclay Barcls who sold his patent to the theWestern theWestrn theWestern
Western Union claims that the use of ofthe orthe ofthe
the machine will result in a K 5 per cent centreduction c81tred centreduction
reduction red tlon of operating ratlftg expenses while whilethe whilethe hile hilethe
the efficiency efflclene of the service is increased increasedper IntteRMdper Increasedo
o per cent The saving in expense come comefrom COIMIfrom comesfrom
from the fact that girls who could be besecured 1MSiCured besecured
secured at from X to 5 S a a week can do dothe dotlH dothe
the work of operators who now receive receivean recel recelan receivean
an average < f of o oMembers ofMembers S3 S3Members
Members of the telegraph tp r pb anion Jdon do 10 not notaccord nottU notaccord
tU accord eord Mr Ir Barclays Darela Invention all the thevirtues the1rlues thevirtues
virtues claimed for it itSAW It ItI itI
I SAW 4 YOUR AD AVA IN THE HE HERALD
HARRIMANGASEffiT HARRIMANGASEffiTWhite HARRIMAN CASE NEXT NEXTVllite IEXTWiite
White House Conference to toDetermine toDeterulille to1etciiiiiiie
Determine Procedure ProcedureTIME l PiocedureTIME > roccdureTIME
TIME FOR ACTION ARRIVES ARRIVESPresidents ARRIVESIrtlIllltlIt ARRIVESlreslmleiits
Presidents Advisers Said to 1 lie Di Divided IHIlicel 11lIctl ¬
vided Ilicel on Uucstlon tllclltionlntellItnte Interstate Com Commerce ComJIIerC Cnimsinert ¬
merce inert Commission Will 111 Formally FormallyConsider FormnllCOlllllder Imrnia1lyCoiisldcr
Consider Subject SlIhjcctgItclIce Evidence to lie lieSent lieSellt ilttSeist
Sent to Department of if Justice JusticeA
A conference of great importance bear bearIng bearIng bearIng
Ing upon the Harriman case will be held heldin beldIn heldIn
in Washington tide week It will then be beknown bekAown beknown
known whether the administration in intends intends hitends ¬
tends to go after Mr Harriman and his hisrailroads hi hirailroad hisrailroads
railroads through the medium of the theSherman theShermn theSherman
Sherman antitrust act or Intends to let letthe letth letthe
the th railroad d magnate and nd his associates associatescontinue anocltescontinue associatescontinue
continue on their way rejoicing rejoicingPresident rejoicingPresident joIch joIchPrf
President Prf Cknt Roosevelts Indianapolis Inanspolia speech speechIn
In its bearing bearln upon the Harriman consoli consolidation consolidation consolldatlon ¬
dation is open to two interpretations interpretationsSome InterpretationsSome InterpretatIonsSome
Some people pee declare deela that tha t It was conserva conservative oonaeevtlve couservative ¬
tive in tone ami iiti that the Presidents as assertion as asHrtlon assertlon ¬
sertion that railroads ral1ro dtl should be permitted permittedin
in law fa as well as In practice to acquire acquirethe acquirethe acquirethe
the stock or bond of connecting but not notparallel notparallel notparallel
parallel lines was tantamount to a notice noticethat noUcethat noticethat
that the government t would not proceed proceedagainst preeeala proceedagainst
against a lnst Harriman HarrimanOthers HarrimanOthers IlarrimenOthers
Others are equally emphatic in their theirstatements tbttrltat theirstatements
statements ltat ments that the President at Indian Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianspells ¬
apolis showed that he was AI still UIl on the thefiring thenrlng thetiring
firing line and that It was his hl purpose to touse tQUlle touse
use the big stick on Mr Harriman HarrimanTime Harrimanllme ItarnimanVitae
Time for Action Arrives ArrivesBut trrivesBut rrhelC rrhelCBut
But the time for speculation has passed passedThe padThe poisedThe
The record r om in thttIIarriman t the Harriman case II is made madeup malfolp madep
up lp p and at the conference that will be beheld beheld beheld
held at the White House this week eek a adecision awill adecision
decision will be reached showing the In Intentions In IntenUoftlt intentlons ¬
tentions of the administration toward towardHarriman towardHarriman towardIlarnimaru
Harriman and the men associated IUlll with witnhim withhim withhim
him Opinions vary es to what bat the Pres President IresMeet Jres JresWert ¬
Meet will m do In the matter matt r and when Mr MrRoosevelt MrBooIIevelt MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt gathers his advisers add around aroundhim arouadhim aroundhim
him he will ill find that they the are divided on onthe Oftthe onthe
the question of the advisability adYt8ablht of pro proceeding proceedlns proceoding ¬
ceeding again aplnttt Harriman in the courts courtsThere eourtaTItne courtsThere
There are members membfo of the Interstate InterstateCommerce InterscateComrMNe InterstateCommerce
Commerce Commission who are insistent insistentthat Itentthat Insistentihat
that nothing except criminal prosecution prosecutionand pr utlon utlonnd
and nd the imposition of sentences tenCf1l of im imprisonment Impnonment 3mpnlonment ¬
prisonment will put an end to such flag flagrant ftaKlIL1t hagrant ¬
rant violation of the antitrust law lawwu as asw aswan
w wu < u disclosed loMd In the inquiry into the theopt theoputIou theecu
opt oputIou rations of the Harriman railroad railroadOther rallroadflOU raIlroadsOther
Other OU r members of the commission will willtell willt willtell
tell t 1I the President that the evidence in inhand Inhatld Inhand
hand Is not strong enough fino to justify the theadministration thtadmlntraUon thisadministration
administration In embarking upon a pro project proJect project ¬
ject to smash Harriman These are arethe areI arethe
I the th conservatives who believe that a a vast vastdeal vatof vastdeal
deal of good has been accomplished In ex lXI oxposing 1 1pnsing
I posing pn lnc the manipulations of Harriman Harrimanand Han1maaancl liarnirnanand
and who are re Inclined to the belief that if ifh IfII ifhe
h he were Wt haled into the courts on a crimi criminal crlmin1 erimlcal ¬
II
cal charge cha a state of uncertainty and andunrest andlunreat andunrest
lunreat unrest would at once be manifested manifestedthroughout manlfMtedthro manifestedthroughout
throughout thro bout tbe business and commercial commercialvorld commercialYorld commercialvorkl
vorld YorldI
I harriman Case as n lesson IesNoiiTake lessonTake CIIHOII CIIHOIII
Take the Harriman Hrrl case as s a lesson lessonthey JeetonI bosonthey
I
I they the argue ar and pass well considered consideredtaws conskIeredI consideredlaws
I taws law in order to prevent in the future futurethe futurei futurethe
i the sort of stock lock Jobbing and manipula manipulation JIWIlpuIaI snanipulation ¬
I tion at which Harriman Iirt and his h eel colleagues eoll eelleagues ¬
leagues l have been so e successful during duringthe dunthe duringthe
the past few lewIn years yearsIn yearsin
In a word when he the President consults consultsth OftItultatbtt consultsthe
th the Interstate Commerce Commission be bewHl hewHI bewill
will be advised on the one hand to pros prosecute proeI prosecute ¬
erut ecute and on the other not to prosecute prosecuteThere proeecuttTbfr prosecuteThere
I There Tbfr are re four and nd possibly five trans transactions tra traaction trainartlons ¬
actions of Mr Harriman against ltast which whichit hleb hlebI
I it Is I alleged successful succ ful prosecution can canbe canbe canbe
be waged These are first the t e traffic trafficagreement trtlcagreement
agreement under r which the t San Sa Iedro Iedroand Iedroand dro drond
and nd Southern PaciAe maintained the Mine Minerates sameretes JIM
rates rat charges cha and cbustflcattons ctUIIl catlons on com competing eompri1nc cornpetlsig ¬
peting business second the arrangement arrangementwhereby arrs arrangementwhereby eatent
whereby the Union Pacific and the Rock RockIsland RockIsland
Island alternately took over control of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the operation O of the Chicago and Alton Altonthird Attonthird
third a like arrangement arran ment between the theSouthern tht9outhforn theSouthern >
Southern Pacific and the Santa Fe in the thecontrol theeontrol thecontrol
control of the t Northwestern Pacific a aroad aroad aroad
road running northward from San Fran Francisco Francfact Franrisen ¬
cisco fourth the th agreement a ment between bet n the theIllinois 1MIllinois theIllinois
Illinois Central Cell tra I and nd Uw Alton these theseroads theeeroad theseroads
roads paralleling paral1 Un each other oth r from the theMissouri theIssourl theMissouri
Missouri Issourl River to Chicago ChicagoAll ChicagoAll ChicagoAll
All of these agreements ts or contracts contractsare contractsIre contractsare
are declared by certain rtaln officials to have havebeen bavebeen havebeen
been made In direct dl t violation of the law tawaimed lawahnfd lawaimed
aimed at combinations in restraint of oftrade oftraM oftrade
trade The fifth transaction relates lat4ll to toan toan toan
an alleged all agreement between tbe South Southern Soutbern Southcnn ¬
ern Pacific and the Union Pacific The Tbelegal Thelegal Thelegal
legal advisers fth1 of the government have havenot buenot haveriot
not decided whether htth r these roads road are com competing comPftl competing ¬
peting Pftl I within the meaning of the lan language lansuage Ianguage ¬
guage of the Sherman act actDevelopments actcllllIIen actIevclimpmmieiils
Developments cllllIIen Hipcctcd It Icctell Soon SoonThe SoonThe SoonThe
The indications are that the Interstate InterstateCommerce InterstateComlMrce InterstateCommerce
Commerce Commission will 01 formally formall con consider conIder conskier ¬
skier the Harriman case at its regular regularweekly regularweekly regularweekly
weekly meeting tomorrow Frank p
Kellogg special counsel un for the commis commission commission commisslots ¬
sion will appear before It for consults consultation COMUltatlon consultstioiu ¬
tion Later in the week ek the Harriman Harrimancse HammanMae Harrimaneisa
Mae will come in for serious considers consideration con considerstiost ra ratIon ¬
tion at the White House HouseThe linesThe t tTIM
The statement is made upon the au authority sothority u uthority ¬
thority of a member < of the commission commlMtonthat commlMlonthat commissionthat
that all 11 the evidence collected during the theprogress theJHOfIIfttI theprogress
progress of the Harrlmaa case will 111 be besent beaent besent
sent to the Department lpart nt of Justice with without without without ¬
out any ny request from the Attorney Gen General Gnral Genoral ¬
oral ral for it itAs itAs itAs
As heretofore stated the disposition dbtpo tUon of ofthe orthe ofthe
the proceeding 1nK against Mr Harriman will willbe wmbe willbe
be decided d by b the President after full and andfree andflf4 andfree
free > conference Onf ne with Ilh his Cabinet Before Beforeit fore foreIt
it is formally taken up by b the Cabinet Cabinethowever Cahiuthown Cabinethowever
however hown r the case will 111 be thrashed out by bythe hit bythe
the t President with the Attorney General Generalthe Gneralth Generalthe
the th Interstate Commerce Commissioners Commissionersand Comml lo era erand
and nd the special lal counsel for the commis commission commllslon commiazion ¬
zion Important developments In connec connection connection conneetion ¬
tion with the case are re expected to occur occurbefore occurbefore occurbefore
before the end of o the t th week weekMAItniAGE weekMAltltltGIi eL eLllnlLGE
MAItniAGE IICBSHS IICBSHSW IlCR JlClISflSWade S S SWadr
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HniitfT HniitfTWBbnr I Ihioretniw
WBbnr D1Jnr X t Camper 11 Ii aol Meet tK1 R Smith 17 17Rer r1m 17ROT
ROT W K It CterkIwdrn Cterk CJaJ1rIIMrft
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John 1 I WeKolHn 1dI JS a of PMkMpkfe 1 I IL IL1IarWte Pa sad sadbartMte ad adCharlotte
Charlotte S n Menu X S of IMttarare Md ld Her Herfthrta IWYhr liesiitwhi
hr fthrta R Neck Nerirtone N Nn Neckleone
tone O Krrr Y C amid 11II ferit 11 M Stolid S Zi ef fIfChkolcn ciChiesem
1 CMrtwn in Iwfe I I OVcal O flal J JP JPTIM V VThnutt 1 1Thirnas
Thnutt TIM It Wwwnt 31 nf OH City I1 I It ls and andrlwra andYkacimee
rlwra t U I Holtsma lIo1t 30 Her n T I n D Out OutUnr t1uthe Ciotlie
lie W l IxUbm 3 21 of f IlntUffllr Jld 114Mabel 111 111aI aad aadMabel
Mabel H Sarford 24 2 lIes I iese wg C Carter CarterJamfi CartnJ tsrterJamsa
Jamfi J It X Sece wr 9 n sad Kdkh Vteler S Her HerC Mfte liesC
C S SJaha Abbott jr jrJohn kJoin
John U I SJwM S I and Louise I JuMba JMeIIeKn Jiwetslies M MKrr
lies W I Lanm LanmWaher I IWa11ft IjuitWailer
Wailer L 1 Kfdicw H II fIl < rf Cenuanw ObX 0idEIImr and andEBnnr andEliiiii
EBnnr X 4 Dougherty l o S i tier < Jotoa J II Ptttar PtttarXeB ltUrXCI ttttsrNell
Nell K NMmfc V U l S S N sad J Maltha nha A AIlmstxs 1Ii t tliiihn
Ii Ilmstxs a Rev C Ctlfoqr Rroest neet SMMk SMMkOeotsr SoSikkcng
Oeotsr W Kappd 31 sad a Kama H 11boJa lfaae lfaaeio1I a B Bboth
both of HWUawltwvH lid Her II Cebnmta CebnmtaOoqie SeInIerrtOqe SthreairrGrom
Ooqie rtOqe T King c 21 and Jeunwtte lUnwM Ib S 23 of ofWotxMdr olWOl1 ofVoeqbiiie
WOl1 WotxMdr 314 d lIes n f Carl iii G i IXnty 1 louo louokiiie nMJ
kiiie > 21 1 link IIn1w 35 So and nd Ittanche W V Hdelm IrdrllItn 3L 3LHer n nlies
Her Vcatoa Itmnrr ItmnrrXlou ItnltlMZion JIrnitrhiOiL
Zion City Clt to De Sold SoldChicago SolltChlealO SoldChicago
Chicago June lZton City Clt and all the theInterests theinteretJts theinterests
Interests of the Christian Cbr sUan Catholic Church Churchin Cburchin
in Zion are Jo o be sold under the ham hammer hammer hammen ¬
mer to satisfy atr the demands of creditors creditorsFederal creditorsFederal creditorsFederal
Federal Judge Landis ordered the sale saleIn asIcIn Ie IeIn
In spite of the objections of Mrs = Jane JaneDowie JaneDoie JaneDowie
Dowie and her It < son On Gladstone Dowie DowieThe DowieThe DowleThe
The order was s granted raated on a petition of ofI ofReeelwr ofReceiver
I Receiver Hateley Hatele The sale will be made madeas JUdeU madeas
as soon as the contests of the Dowtes Dowtesi Do DoOT Dowlesorit
i over OT the personal per nlll property are E 9tUitd ttlfed
INlUIES NAMES ALIKE ALIKECHECK CHECK ASTRAY ASTRAYColored ASTRAYI ASTRAYColorelt ASTRAYColored
I
I
Colored Woman omnn Get Gets Dividend In Intended 111tendell inleaded ¬
tended for Sirs Irll Mary IRr Spencer SllcncerThe SmencerThe
The plot of a new Comedy of Errors Errorshas Errorshu Errorshas
has bn presented nted to the local pollee to tounravel t tunravel tounravel
unravel Mrs Mary 1ary Spencer nCer of 1311 K Kstreet Ktreet Kstreet
street northwest who has stock toek In Uw UwPullman tIMPuUman thePullman
Pullman Car Company failed to receive receiveher r etveher tscelveher
her regular repr dividends and requested po police police p0lice ¬
lice headquarters to make aa investiga investigation tnvtJtIatlon lnvestigalion ¬
lion A search of the records revealed the thefact theCact thefact
fact that a check for m M bad ia town for forwarded forwrdtd forwarded ¬
warded on the usual date sad had been beencashed beenuhed beencashed
cashed by Mary Spencer at the Second SecondNational SecondNational SecondNational
National Bank BankDetective BankDet BankDetective
Detective Det Uve Helan J I elan was assigned necI to the thecase tbecue thecase
case and nd after several JIIf venll days day he learned learnedthat leamedthat learnedthat
that the check which should have been beenforwarded beenlorwanHd beenforwarded
forwarded to lill K street st t had been n de delivered de deUyend delivened ¬
livered to Mary Spencer a colored coloredwoman coloredoman coloredwomen
woman oman employed as a maid at t Ittt Ohio Ohioavenue OhIoavnue Ohioavenue
avenue Mary was arrested charged with withforgery withforgery 1tb 1tbrorlf
forgery rorlf She stated In explanation that thatshe tbatshe thatshe
she had at one time worked for the Putt Puttman PUUman Pullman
man Company and thought the check was wasintended wuintended wasintended
intended for or her herSOLVES herSOLVES herSOLVES
SOLVES GATUN DAM PROBLEM PROBLEMArea PROBLEMren PROBLEMArea
Area ren of Inke I nke to Do Doubled n uhlell So o as to toPermit toIcrmlt Inlerlnit
Permit of Ilftynlx Lockage LockageIt Ioeln lochagtsIt e1l e1lIt
It was officially o lclall announced yesterday yesterdaythat yest yesterdaythat rday rdaythat
that the troublesome problem of the theOatun theOatU8 thelatun
Oatun dam In th the construction of the thePanama thepana the1nsm
Panama pana Canal has h been act by b the thedecision thedecl thedecIsion
decision decl lon to double the area rea of the theOatun lheGatun theOstun
Oatun Lake LakeDetailed LakeDetafled LakeDetailed
Detailed surveys urvf7 now establish its itsarea III31fat Itsarea
area 31fat at 225 25 square q e Miles lee It is I esti estimated mlmated estimated ¬
mated that this wilt IU give raffietont raffietontwater l1I suiekntwater Mleat Mleatwater
water for dftysix d tyl x lockages a day in instead 1 1steed Isstead ¬
stead of twentyfix twentz as heretofore heretoforeplanned Jaffetoforeplanned heretoforeplanned
planned plannedTREASURY plannedTREASURY plannedTREASURY
TREASURY ISSUE ALL TAKEN TAKENEntire TAKENEntire TAKENEntire
Entire 50000000 Under Offer of ofMarch ofMarch ofMarch
March 14 Has Been Exchanged ExchangedHofundlnpr ExchangedHefulIIllnJ Exchangedltefsiiidlng
Hofundlnpr Time Limit of Which WhichWas Vhlelin IsicIs IsicIsSSLM
Was SSLM n June SO Jct Completed nnd nndTreasury nnelfrenll1lr ititsiTrcassir
Treasury frenll1lr Olllclals OJllcin IIC Pleased PleasedXew IJloRllcllXrA iIcasedXew
Xew York York June lThe officials o of the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local sobtreasttry have baY been notified to toaccept toaccpt toaccept
accept no more of the government 4s of ofttW ortHi
ttW 57 for purposes puI of ref refunding for the en entire ea eaUN entire ¬
tire iaeuioaw tm OM t which bleb the Secretary of t the theTreasury theTury theTreasury
Treasury offered O erM to accept In exchange exchangefor etehaapfor exchangefor
for new 2s ai by b circular of March 14 have havebeen hanbeMa havebeen
been so exchanged The time permitted permittedfor p permittedfor mltted mlttedfor
for refunding Cundlag was until June and the thecompletion thecompleUon thecompletion
completion of the operation a month monthahead IDO monthaheed th thahead
ahead of the time limit is a a matter of ofconsiderable ofconsldenb4 ofconsiderable
considerable satisfaction ttcaction to t the Tress Treasury TreuU17 Tressury ¬
ury officiate officiateThere o otilcialsThere klalaTh6e
There were ousts oustJading nding of the short 4s 4sabout 4eabout 4 4about
about niTemC40 117010 on December 1 last lastThe JutThe lastTb
The Tb amount alD now DO outstanding la about aboutWmjm aboutlI aboutsince
Wmjm lI OIIt since Inee something IIOIMthl more than tbanfIM 85 85l 1lifd4tt
fIM fd4tt > l have been redeemed by the Tress Treasury TreuU1T Tressmy ¬
ury Department in addition to the thero 150 150CWOJ 0 0oui
CWOJ ro refunded By B June K > the date dat of ofmaturity oCmaturity ofmaturity
maturity it is believed that the entire entireamount eaUnamount entireamount
amount to be redeemed will 01 be less than thanWMOCW thang thanQlt
WMOCW Qlt g for Secretary Cortelyous offer offerto oUerto o1erto
to purchase pu bue tfSkOmOO AiJ9 has not been ac accepted ae aecepte4 socepted ¬
cepted m in Its entirety entiretyAmong enUretyAmontr entiretyAmong
Among bankers the most significant significantfact algaificamfact lpdftcantfact
fact in regard to the refunding refundla and re redemption re redemption indemption ¬
demption is that national banks nave naveeither haTetither haveeither
either exchanged x fId or sold practically alt altof allof u uof
of the short 4s that were in their theirsIon posses possession posiesaba ¬
sion when btlt the department first took its itssteps UStill Itsstota
steps till toward the retirement of o the bonds bondsFor IPOI bondsFor
For the approximatelr Ct SIOSS tt M for the tbebonds tMbond1I thebonds
bonds pat up by the lb banks as security MeUrtUtor securityfor securityfor
for circulation or government deposits depositsthere detMtBJthere depositsthere
there have been substituted other bonds bondsand boDClaand bondsand
and other securities except in the theof case caseof caseof
of less Ithan than U080000 Si of the 4s To all in intents Int Intents ¬
tents t nls and purposes the banks are through throughwith throUKb1th throughwith
with 1th the short 4s 4 so that the 41OMOOe l4100Sstill 41OMOOestill U Uun
still un to be redeemed will provide money moneyfor OMlor moneyfor
for investors alone aloneThe aloneThe aloneThe
The redemption of the remainder malader of the thebonds thebolHk thebonds
bonds will 111 accordingly release 1 more than thanWOWOOOO thanMOOII8 thanwhich
WOWOOOO which hleh it is reasonable to sup suppose supwlU suppose ¬
pose will seek k reinvestement In other otherbonds otherbondll otherbonds
bonds of an absolutely safe character characterIt
It Is I considered probable that the Sec Secretary Secret Seerotary ¬
rotary ret may ma grasp the opportunity for the thesale thesale theasic
sale of a block of Panama 2s It is the theunderstanding thOundf18tanding theunderstanding
understanding of prominent bankers that thatabout thatabout thatabout
about Itttt9e90 000 Panamas will be offered offeredthte otIeltdtbls offeredthis
this year and some of them said today todaythat tOo todaythat r rthat
that they would not be surprised IU at t the theannouncement UteanD01IDC theannouncement
anD01IDC announcement lDeftt of a Panama bond offer offering offfrlAg offerlag ¬
lAg prior to the date of maturity of the theshort theshort theshort
short shortTbt 4s 4sThe 4 4The
The prospect that the Secretary 5ecretar will call callon cclion t1l t1lon
on the banks for withdrawal of o govern government roTernment governmeet ¬
ment deposits d its to meet pert of the expense expenseof exJltn expenseof e eor
of purchase of the outstanding outtAndln 4s In the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion of bankers has become less l dally dallyIt dallyIt dailyIt
It wa WAIl pointed out today that In case casea casePanama easea
a Panama issue were put out and holders holdersof holdenor holdersof
of many man of the outstanding 4e substan substantially substantially substantinily ¬
tially exchanged fXchan td them for Panamas the theTreasury theTrenury theTreasury
Treasury would require less I money for forthe forthe forthe
the redemption of the remaining 4s 5 and andmight andmllht andmight
might get et along aJon without a call on th thbanks the thebankll thebanks
banks for return of deposits
ASKS 50000 FOR ALIENATION ALIENATIONCincinnati ALIENATIONClacinnnti ALIENATIONCincinnati
Cincinnati Woman Olllnn Sites Sue IVlfe ICe of ofMillionaire oflIl1lonRlre ofNillionnire
Millionaire Distiller DistillerCincinnati 1IIUl1crClnclnnatl IistillerCIncinnati
Cincinnati June 1 11111 Mrs Mary V Fern Fernwife Fernwife Fernwife
wife of George A Fern formerly in the theregalia tbereplla theregalia
regalia business today todA sued Mrs George GeorgeGerke Geor GeorGerke GeorgeGecko
Gerke wife 1fe of the millionaire brewer and anddistiller anddistiller anddistiller
distiller for 150000 OflOt damages dama for alienation alienationof
of her husbands affections claiming that thatMrs thatrs thatMrs
Mrs rs Gerke began be n to estrange her hus husband husband hueband ¬
band from her m in 18J8 18J8The 1 1Th4 i5 i5The
The Ferns were w re married in 1S7S ms and andhave IUIIdbaft andhave
have four children living one of whom Is tea Isa isa
a minor Fern had his name changed in in1MI in1JeJ inIISS
1MI from Fornstein George Gffr Gerke hus husband husband hueband ¬
band of the defendant Is president of the theGerke theGerke theGerke
Gerke Brewing Company and president of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Union Distilling Company CompanyTO CompanyTO CompanyTO
TO DISPOSE OF CUT GLASS GLASSS
S Kami Sons A t Con Co Store Has IIn Spe Special Slleelnl Specliii ¬
cial Pen Punitive til re for Tiinnirrow TiinnirrowThe TumurrowTbe ToninrrossThe
The semiannual sale Ie of cutglass cutSla the theclearance thecleara theclearance
clearance cleara kHs J of o several notable factories factoriesIs
Is the big feature of especial Ial interest at S SKann SKanDt SKanu
Kann Sons A Cos tomorrow Washing Washingtoniaas Washlngtonlus Washingtoniana
toniaas have learned l rntd to look fer this sale salein 1I81eIn saleIn
in the summer as well ell as in the fall all and andman andINUQ andmanp
man INUQ housekeepers are accumulating a amost tmost amost
most creditable little Iltti store tore of one Sine cut cutglaas cuttrues lIt lItmw
glaas buying two or three pieces at t a time timefrom timefrom timefrom
from these sales salesIt AlesIt missIt
It te an old saving that It te an ill illwind mind illwind
wind ind that Mows nobody good ood and andthe andtbe andthe
the past p t disagreeable weather lute had the theeffect theefect theeffect
effect of leaving 1a Itag larger stocks on hand for forthe forthe or ortbe
the merchants to clear out before Core another anotherseason anotherI anotherseason
I season opens One Instance of this will willbe willbe willbe
be noted in silks When one considers the thefact tb tbrad thefact
fact that a gown of such uch material is suit suitable suitable suitable ¬
able for wear all the year round and for forevening foreentn forevening
evening eentn entertainments such su h offerings offeringsseem offlrtngIofIem offeringsseem
seem too good to be slighted no matter matterwhat mnttlht inattctwhat
what ht the weather wea r may be like likeThte UkeThis likeThis
This te also true of wash goods ood Tokyo Tokyosilks Tokyosilks Tokyosilks
silks In foulard patterns will 111 be found to tobe t1he toho
be particularly usefu and desirable tab fabrics tabrics fatrice ¬
rics for this unusually cool summer summerA summerA umtnerA
A fine lot of rugs from K big bI auction auctionNile auctionIe auctionsale
Nile Ie of the Alex Smith tc Sons factory factorywill factorrwill factorywilt
will Interest these who are having the thohouse thihou thehouse
house e set in order for another season n and andfind andnet andhind
find net the rugs that have stood the winters winterswear wtnttrwear winterswear
wear la condition to be discarded discardedThe dlecardftlThe diScardedThe
The wile re of skirts yesterday est rda which was wasappreciated wasI wasappreciated
appreciated by b many man of Washingtons Washingtonswtee Wshlngtonslee Washingtonswha
I wtee lee woman Om In suite of the rain it ap appears sitpears p ppeerll ¬
pears will HI be continued again j8ln tomorrow to rrow
TRADE PACT READY READYGerman READYGerman RBMYGeiinaii
German Tariff T rjjr Agreement AgreementIs Aglc mel t tIs
Is Effective July 1 1i 1AlrIBRICA 1AMERICA
i AMERICA HAS THE ADVANTAGE ADVANTAGEConcessions ADVANTAGEConcclCClomf ADVANTAGECosicessiozis
Concessions in Favor nf ofSlates f Uxltfcd UxltfcdStntci UIt1Stntc
Slates Mere than Offset Tli niece e of ofj nfIRICcl ofIfaisers
j Knlscrn IRICcl Country CoulltrSoOlle Con at rySuope Scope of if Suction Suctionof Suctionor SutIoitof
of Former I Ia1 < arr Not lirnnd IfnoaffU IfnoaffUto
to Cover ICiIMliiK JlxlCtJn Conditions ConditionsThs CBHclltJoHICTIle ConilitlonsThe
TIle President yesterday issued his hisproclamation hisproelIDn hisproclsmatise
proclamation putting into effect on July 1 1the 1the 1the
the new tariff agreement with Germany GermanyTbs GermanyTIM GermanyTb
Tbs Tb agreement grants concessions under undersection 1Iftderectlon1 undersection
section ectlon1 3 of the Dingley tariff act to Ger Germany Germany Getmany ¬
many and in return the United States Statesla tf8 tf8is
is given the benefit of most of the present JItIII1 presentGerman nrwwitGerman t tGerman
German conventional rates In a state statement atemflnt statemont ¬
mont Issued by the State Department Dtparttatntconcerning DepertaMntconcemins Departmentconcerning
concerning the agreement Is a tone Hat of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the articles affected by the theThe nt ntI ageeementThe
The statement then continues continuesConsidering coatln1leaConslder1na continuesConsiderIng
I Considering the respective r concesstona eIIIlIonaI concendonsfrom concesstonafrom
I from from the viewpoint of amount of dutiesto duties dutiesto s si
i to be remitted by either Pel1l1lMDtthe Pel1l1lMDttheIvantap government the theadvantage theadvantage
Ivantap advantage is decidedly In favor of the theUnited theI theLIited
I United States StatesIn Btftea BtfteaI fitttesin
I In order or to secure to American AmerteaAfiGd AmerteaAfiGducts prod products pWoducla ¬
ucts the entire German conventfooal conventfooaltariff conveatisealtariff
tariff as well as certain desirable reduc reductions rehctI reducthins ¬
thins tI 1UI of duty dut not covered by the theconventional present presentconventIonal nt ntCOftftDtional
conventional tariff tart < It would seen to be benecessary beneceear benecessary
necessary for the United States t to make makesubstantial makesubstantJa makesubstantial
substantial tariff conceasloM in reran to toGermany toGerman toGermany
Germany German bevouu beyu tLc tL COpe of section 3 of ofour ofour ofour
our existing exist tariff law This can be done doneonly doneonly doneonly
only by means of a treaty of reciprocity redpndtysubject reciprocitysubject reciprocitysubject
subject to ratification by the Senate and andCongressional andConereSBlonal andCongressIonal
Congressional approvaL approvaLSonic approvaLSOIllC approvaLSouse
Sonic Hcdiictlons CroatAmong Groat GroatAI11OftC GroatAmong
Among other important articles of ofAmerican ofAmerican ofAmerican
American export for which this agree agreement qreemeAt agreemeat ¬
meAt secures the cenventtonaJ rate that thatrepresent thatreprelleDt thatrepresent
represent reductions below the new 11 gen general pnenl genoral ¬
enl tariff of Germany from S to GO per percent percent percent
cent cent and nd even more are the following followingThater foHowtncn1Ift followingTinbir
Thater for MUIsu4 MMtnal isdidrhslneposn prune escOrt WDI1mpa escOrtpasiiq wdenIwOMr
pa pasiiq Worta aDd wend for casts IwOMr atbie UB ft ftfcccUaaeotM fftI
5 ftI 4TSMS eddie 1HIIIeIand mat Uunda srs ones onesa
fcccUaaeotM a gao and nd harass feme late I Ii mHtrr mHtrrMM rsbbccfibs
MM i wires wd rabbercMttd testOn tm e eol tuaj aas kinds kindsof lsds lsdsSt
of ttvet soak hollow x > ian vtatc te sad stet t ftoK ftoKwaterpmnn 111wattrftIIIIUe 5iaiewatorisomu
waterpmnn ftII refine teen fila ensines ngtoe mA aIlls aIllsmorn betlia betliaBMW 0 0m
BMW attdiioes m aes llell frekht en oun awtor UVE cm and melta meltaJanes IMioIrud str strs
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James Jam B Reynolds Acting < Secretary of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th Treasury Issued ued a circularletter of ofinstructions orInatlUCdons ofinstructions
instructions to customs officers yesterday yesterdayIn enJay enJayIn
In regard to the new tariff Those Instruc Instructions InstrucUons instructines ¬
tines are general neral as far as they affect the theadministrative theadmlnlMrative theadministrative
administrative features of the new ar arrangement anrangemont r rranpDHnt ¬
rangement and are to be applied to Im Importations ImportaUons haportations ¬
portations from all countries The most mostimportant mostimportant t tImportant
important feature of the circularletter re reJatN ictales relates ¬
tales to the means of ascertaining market marketvalues lDUketvalws marketvalues
values upon which duties are to be as assessed ueNed asaesied ¬
sessed sessedIt eNedIt aesiedIt
It was 11 explained at the Treasury X De Departfntftt Do Dopsrtment > e eparttnent
parttnent that In cases where there to no nowholesome nowholesome nowholesome
wholesome market in foreign countries countriesfor coUDtrlesfor countriesfor
for articles sent to the United States ap appraisers appral apprslseis ¬
praisers pral en of customs In this country will willtake willtake fill filltake
take the export price as the basis of val valuation valuation vatuatlon ¬
uation Instead of trying to ascertain rtallt the thewholesale thewholeale thewholesale
wholesale market value This export price priceis lliceIs prIceis
is not the purchase price German Germ export exportprices expertprlcetl exportprices
prices are from 10 1 to tolO 90 per cent leas IUlan IUlanthe than thanthe thanthe
the prices in that country countryMay countryJill country3lssy
May Jill Have Inliliu Hearing HearingEvidence lIcaIIH lIcaIIHEvIctence IieariHgsEvidence
Evidence by German chambers chambe of com commerce eommerct cornmerce ¬
merce and exporters will be consider considered by byAmerican byAmerte byAmenicin
American n customs agents as competent competentevidence competentevidence nt ntevklenee
evidence but not as complete evidence evidenceof evNlnceoC
of values Tltl There Is a widespread imprac impracston iIBfrNthat hapresaba
aba that the evidence of the chambers of ofcommerce oleommerce ofcommerce
commerce and exporters will be regarded regardedas
as conclusive by this government governmentAnother gOftlftmeatAnother governmentAnother
Another important change h made by the thenew thlDW thenew
new arrangement lDnt is that Importers of for foreign forelan forOlin ¬
Olin goods will be given open bearings bearingsbefore bEllUiagsMrore liStingsbefore
before the board of general appraisers in inXew 111New InNew
New York in cat eallok caae of appeal except exceptwhen eDPptben exceptwhen
when ben the t government interests might mIIrbtinjurecl b bInjured he heInjured
Injured by publicity In such exceptional exceptionalcases I IcalfS Icase
cases the importer will be furnished with withresumes withrenmfS withresumes
resumes of the points brought oat oatStill ovtsun outStill
Still another Important feature of the thenew thenew thenew
new arrangement rranp > ment is I that the confidential confidentialcustoms CODIIde8tialcustoms confidentialcustoms
customs agents of the Treasury Depart Department DeJartment Departmeat ¬
ment abroad will be given nn the status stat of ofdiplomatic ordlplomatk ofdIplomatic
diplomatic officers oftl r and be attached to toembassies toem toembassies
embassies em les and legations Uons This will im improve improve haprove ¬
prove their tht > lr official standing standingFRANCE standingFRANCE standingPRANCE
FRANCE WANTS V ANTS CONCESSIONS CONCESSIONSDislike CONCESSIONSDIUkes CONCESSIONSDislikes
Dislike Additional Tariff Appraisement Appraisementon A
on Iltnocrs 1IHlO China ChinaWith Chl ChlWith ChinsWith
With the commercial treaty between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the United States and Germany ready readySecretary rly5ecretary readySecretary
Secretary of State Stat Root has taken up the theformal theformal theformal
formal discussion with the French Am Ambaeeador AmbalAdor Anthassador
baeeador of the t he commercial differences differenceswhich c1Itrereaceswhleh differenceswhich
which have developed between that coun country CDuntIT neuntry ¬
try and nd this thteAlthough tblsA1tho thisAlthough
Although A1tho h it may be that Jealousy has hasprompted hasprompted hasprompted
prompted these demands dema the State De Department Dfpartment Dcpartinent ¬
partment desires to avoid such a tariff tariffwar iarlttwar tariffwar
war as a was threatened by Germany Gelmaa
M Jusserand the French Ambassador Ambassadorhad Amsorhad Ambassadorhad
had a conversation con natton yesterday e terd with Act ActIng Actlag ct ctI
lag I Secretary Reynolds of the Treasury TreasuryDepartment 1rMeu1I TreasuryDepartment
Department I pertlDnt in regard to the action of ofthe orthe ofthe
the board of general nera1 appraisers at New NewYork XewYork MenYork
York in placing an additional valuation valuationof valuationof on
of 1 lSlAt id per cent nt on the export price of ofLtaMgee ofUIDOI ofIAmogeo
LtaMgee E china from the Haviland fac factories factories fartories ¬
tories The French Fn > nch government ment to dis displeased iii iiipIMHd di dipleased ¬
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