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Printers Printerse at Treasury Indefi Indefinitely Indefinitely ¬
nitely JFnrlonglied JFnrlongliedOLD Fur oughed oughedC
Each Man ManReceives Ian Beeeives Letter from fromthe fromthe
the Public Printer PrinterDIsmi PrinterDbmban1 PrinterDismissal
Dismissal DIsmi al Coincident with the Re Remoral RemOTUI Removal
moral of the Plant to < o the Govern Government Go Government ern ernment ¬
ment Printing Office and he 3Ien 3IenAre JIenre fen fenOre
Are Ore re Considering Co alderln Plans to Retain RetainTheir RetainTheir
1 Their Jobs JobsBeUeTed Believed by Officials jOfflcialsthe OCUcialsthe Officialsthe
the Transfer Will ill Insure SaTIng SavinsOstacMeat SaTIng1K SayingCehdtkttt
OstacMeat 1K with Ute removal of the theTrensw theTr theTresgery
Trensw Tr Tresgery ll breach ef the Gevernraeat cr ernme9t Printtng Print Printing Prlntbtb ¬
ing Office omcew to the main bwMdtag in North NorthCapitol NortkCapIcI NorthCaKol
Capitol street comes the slroouncemeht slroouncemehtthem announcement announcementthat a e tent tentUNIt
that about sixty of the subsidiary oce ocehave office ftlceAYe officehave
have been lnde indefiaftety jDCleaaltelJTIlls UtIety furloughed furloughedTMs isrioeghedTMs
TMs order was 3 promulgated yesterday yesterdayby y yesterdayby dy dyby
by Public Printer Denaettf each of the themea t tmea themelt
mea at the Treasury receiving sep separate separate separate ¬
arate orders otdWith With the exception e cptloR of Ben Benjamin BeRt ¬
t jamin F Constanttae foreman eremaa JohnGK John JohnGmyter n nt
GK Gmyter Wr aiedMs esfstant d t and twelve of the thewomen theWOIIteIl thewottea
women employee PT every 8IY one SB the branchwes branch branchwas 1Ka eh ehwas
was Roofed that his services would Mt Mtbe notbe et etbe
be required r gtdred until tII further notice noticeAlthough DOdeeAltho1It noticeAfhou
Although Afhou k th the receat t edict of the super supervising sutJ6rwcldtect sui c ctitdag ¬
vising architect requiring that the quar quartet ttIrten quarters ¬
tet ten IR the Treasury buMdteg be vacatedcame vacated aeateduDe vacatedcane
cane uDe as a surprise 9urwl a to these affected tin tintetter titPJatt8 titsIattt
tetter order of the Public Pub k Printer was waswhetty wawholly Af AfwbeIIy
wholly unexpected 1IDe and It created a stir stirChange stirChange stirChange
Change Is Debated DebatedMost Debatedlost DebatedMoo
Most of the mea have 1Ia e heee ei employed pioyed in hithe intta mtile
tta tile Breach for more than twenty years yearsWhether YersWbether yearsWbethir
Whether or not the new ae move will provebem3fseisl prove provelignafiehU 1l0 1l01J
lignafiehU 1J to the department tmeQt is a debated debatedquestion debfLte41Q1MII debatedYi
question IRIIi questionMr
Yi Mr Donnelly agrees with the supervis supervising supenlsJag sepervlsIng ¬
ing architect that t the floor space fc fcneeded If Ife8lle Isneesied =
needed > by the Treasury officiate but he heIs JteIS heId
Is of the optotfra that t the printersforauerly printers printersformerly printersformerly
formerly employed M ht the branch could couldnot CHidDOt couldnot
not be gtaan give poeidops at his office o > 3ce except exceptat excelMat exceptat
at a lose at this time He is understood understoodto d dte
to believe the change and reduction win wininsure wmfDsure willinsure
insure a saving savingThe MYingThe savingTire
The Treasury h 8s s contained a printing pdnttogace printingoffice priDtIagHke
office under Ifs roof stoce slateand 3E2 and tb tbdepartment the tbPdepartmeat thedepartment >
department chiefs declare it has be beta a r rtrMt < fgreat f fgreat
great convenience because of the prompt promptness jM1NIt jM1NItaes praheaces ¬
ness with which all work w wor < k was executed executedanil executedveiled executedanti
anti deHvemL deHvemLThe de veiled iveredThe veiledTlaeSlt
The TlaeSlt atspanoed printers will 3 W robaoiy arbablyA robaoiyjotot wyjoI
jotot forces 9tM s with those similarly rlv 1y situated situatedat
at the big prtetery to obtain reappotet reappotetmoat reappotttutIt tt ttDMnt
utIt moat They art aetd to be considering consideringplans coasI erbtgplUa coisiderbtgplane
plans not unlike the proposal pr4 POsal made Jllll e burthe by bythe rthe
the navy yard employes to retain theirXoet theirpodiisas their theirposttteas
podiisasMeet posttteas posttteasMost
Most of the men left ett the shop yester yesterday yesterdayaftenMOB yesterday ¬
day dayaftenMOB afternoon with tears In their eyesThe eyes eyesThe eesThe
The oklphnat ofck plaat had for years been located bettedon locatedon Jocatedon
on the top t tug pSleer floor of 1 to e Treasury and had roadcome hadcome hadrolD
come t to be regarded as a landmark landmarkThe 1RDdmarkTbe landmarkThe
The branch was first An established in the thebuilding thebuildIDg thebufdh
bufdh building g in WO several rooms being ap apportioaed ap apportIo apportioued
portioaed off in th tM basement H A ACatkins Awatktas AWatkins
watktas Catkins and Capt P L L Rodfer Ro Ser were werein WereIn werein
in chars dlarbe and they t ey and their subordi wbordinMos subordinates bor4i bor4iDAtos ¬
nates were under the immediate super superrfetoa superTIsIon supervksIon
rfetoa of the Treasury Department which whichfurnished w whichfurnished iCb iCbfurntshed
furnished the materials employed thehands the thehands thehagels
hands and paid expenses ezpeasesact expensesAM expensesr
AM r act of Congress C eS6 finally ftna y required that thataH thataH thatan
aH departmental printing should be ex executed exeMlted exeemted ¬
ecuted at the Government Printing Office OfficeAccordingly OftieeAeeerdtDgIy OfilcAccordingly
Accordingly In June 1SW the Congres Congressional Congressional Congressioiai ¬
sional printer CUte the office of Public Printer Printerwas Printerwas Printerwas
was not created until June 1SJ4 took tookcharge tookc tookcharge
charge c e of the Treasury printing material tnateriaiand materialand mterJalnd
and nd organised or 1 2e a branch office to be con continued coottDUed continued ¬
tinued te the basement of the building buildingTreasury bulldbgTreasury buildingTreasurylfateriai
Treasury Treasurylfateriai Material and Men 3IenThe JIenThe MenThe
The Treasury material consisted of ofpower 4 4power 3power
power presses 1 ruling machine a a paper papercutter papercutter papercutter i
cutter type Ac c The employes number numbered nun er ereel tier tiered ¬
ed 29 including 1 foreman f < eRtaD 1 proofreader proofreaderS
S compositors CGDIpg ftoJCS 2 pressmen 1 apprentice
1 cutter and counter courier 4 feeders fee ers 1 ruler raterand ruleranG rulerand
and 1 laborer laborerThe 1e orerThe1Maach laborerThe
The The1Maach branch office reached the zenith zenithof zeatto zenithof
of o its completeness about a KSt It then thenhad thEmbad thenhad
had 9 printing presses 3 ruling n machines macldnesI
1 paper cutter le x c Seventythree hands handswere aDdsere handswere
were ere employed it maies and 2S females femalesA fenaiesA
A feature of the work ia those days d ys as asa asX aspresent
a > present X Rt was the cbangas eba ie the adj ad
dresses and ownership sWDe of bonds There Therewere ThereN Therewef
were N about aCM a pages p ges of these bonds in including IRc1utHRg including ¬
cluding a a comprehensive compre eAshe index which whichwas whichwas
was 1 kept in type and the t e changes c made madeas madeas
as required requiredThe requiredThe requiredThe
The present outfit before traaefer conssted con coasteied
steied of sixtyone employes including a
foreman and an assistant Fifteen of o
this number were woman press feeders feedersapd feedersapd
apd sewers twentyseven were com compositors composltws compositors ¬
positors makersHp makeis p and imposers there thereirere thereere therewere
were ere four pressmen press en and a d three binders
There were five presses two ruling ma machines maobhnes ¬
chines and a paper cutter with a corplete com complete ¬
plete assortment a ent of type and other neces necessary necesSLoT necessary ¬
sary SLoT material for turning out a large largeamount 1argelD8tlDt largesatumt
amount satumt of flrstrfass work In point of ofcontinuous ofcontinuous
continuous 1aU008 service se e In the printing office officeproper ofikeper officeproper
proper per John Gayter the assistant for forseveral forSfeI81 forsgrerai
several years past takes tee e lead he
having twenty years to his credit creditCharacter uecUtChnrrcter creditCharacter
Character of WorkTile WorkThe Work WorkThe
The character of the work lately turned turnedout twnedect turnedout
out included Job work w of alt kinds from fromaa fromas
I aa envelope to the largest Wank Wank Sev Several Sevl ¬
eral l days at intervals were devoted to tothe tolhe tothe
the revision of
government bond
owner ownership ownership ownership ¬
ship The foHewteg
publications were wereIssued W werefamed le leJssued
Issued weekly week Treasury Decisions de devoted de de8ted devoted ¬
voted to the customs
internal late I revenue revenueand revenueaDd revenueeand
and court decisions in
customs cases casesReapnrateenients casesReappn easesReappraieemeats
Reapnrateenients eemGts of Merchandise ere e by b bUaited Drafted >
rafted States General Appraisers a cir circular circaJar cfcesular ¬
cular for eottaceocs of customs and others othersNational othersatioel othersNational
National Bank Bulletin devoted to the thechanges tbecbaDges thechanges
changes In the officers and reserve
agents agentsof gentsof agentsof
of of national banks new banks organised organisedapplications OI1aRbedappIlcadoDs orgatasaappllcadons
applications Ac e c throughout the country
One of the largest jobs
turned out annualic an annually annually ¬
nually was the book of Estimates Estlm tes of Apa Ap Appropriations Ap ¬
propriations a volume of about 300 quarto quartopages quartopages quartopages
pages conslsdg consist of tabular and other othermatter othermattet othermatter
matter This comprehensive easIve and elabor elaborate elaberate ¬
i ate ate work was laid on the desks of Sea Senators SeIIators Seaators ¬
ators and Representatives R at the Capitol Capitolpromptly Capitolpromptly Capitolpromptly
promptly on each opening day of a anew anewCongress jew jewCongress E
CongressThe Congress CongressThe Co gress gressTbe
The foHowiss were foremen of the thebranch t thebranch e
branch b in the order named Messrs MessrsRodier MessrsFodier fessrsRodier
Rodier McNeir 2trCl eIr Foss Kehoe Pearson PearsonConstantine PoarsonConstantine PearsonConstantine
Constantine Calhoon and < Censtantlne CenstantlneBaltimore CenstantlneBaltimore CenstantlneBaltimore
Baltimore and Return R turn SL2 SI25 SI25BaltImore 1 2 2Baltimore i iBaltimore
Baltimore Ohio R R R REvery REver BEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday AM trains i iiwth
both ways both days except exe ept Royal R f81 Lim1 Lim1ited Lhu
ited City emcas ia7 1H G st st and 619 Pap Pa ave avetuJGb aveher i itn
tuJGb tn her r Prices Have Dropprd Acnl AJ11ln AJ11lnrank
rrankUbbey Frank rank Ubbey bbey Co 6th st an a ad M r a at
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaVlaryland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaRain VirginiaRainand Rain Rainand
and continued cool today To Tomorrow To Tomorrow Tomorrow ¬
morrow cloudy and somewhat somewhatwarmer somewhatwarmer somewhatwarmer
warmer brisk bri k northeasterly northeasterlywinds northeasterlywinds northeasterlywinds
winds shifting aT to northwesterly northwesterlyby northweste ly lyby y yby
by tonight tonightHERALD tonightHERALDNEWSSUMMAR tonightHERALD
1 1Koepenlck Koepenlck Comedy Has Parallel ParaeL1Sensation eL eL1SensatIon
1 1SensatIon Sensation at Mohonk eAonk Conference Conference1Hage CoalereRC8IHuge Conference1Huge
1Hage Dry Goods Trust Latest La Latest2Tribute t tTrlbute
2 2Tribute Tribute of Silence Paid Rogers RQg RQg3Gun Rogers3Gun
3 3Gun Gua Practice for Cadets ea4lets3Prehlstoric Cadets3Prehistoric
3 Prehistoric Relics Found Found5Society FMACL5Sodety Pound5Society
5Society Woman Leaves Leavesews Husband HusbandSNews HrsbensNews
SNews ews of Alexandria AlexandriaLOCAL AlexaooriLLOGL AlexandriaLOCAL
I 151xty Sixty Men Furloughed at Treasury TIGAMKYlCORfereace Treasury1Conference
1 Conference on City Planning Opens 0peRsILa Opens1La
1 ILa La FeHette F Assails Carbon Treat2Jones Trust Trust3Joaes t tcmes
3Joaes cmes Acquitted of Murder Murder3Adveatfets MunierAdentists Murder2Adventists
3Adveatfets Favor ProhibiChM ProhibiChM5Taft Pr9blWdoL3Taft ProhlMdea3Taft
3Taft Returns from South South4Taft
4 4 4Taft Taft Stimulates Retirement Plan Plan4Culberson PiuL4CuIbtsOD PlanCulber
4Culberson Culber son Flays High Protection ProtectionLEAPS ProtectionLEAPS
J JwGarner W v Garner Jumps from fromThird fromllird fromThird
Third llird Story of His Home HomeEEW HOllIeFEW RomeFEW
Tarns Somernanlts and Bonncc Off OffPorch 011Porch OAPorch
Porch In Daring Downward Flight FlightEyerritnexfies FlightEyewItnesses FlightEyewitneaaes
EyewItnesses Expectert l to Find a aMangled a3Ian aMangled
Mangled 3Ian Ied Form but He Ix Sitting 51tHn on onGround onGround
Ground When hen They TIle Reach Him HimJames HimTam HimJames
James W V Garner GnI r thirtytwo years old oWJumped oldjumped
Jumped from ir a thirdstory wtadow yes yesterday ynterdey ¬
terday afternoon att and lives Jt to tell ett about aboutit aboutIt out
It it He does not remember how K t hap happened ba9pelted ltwpeted ¬
pelted but he knows he made the Jump Jumpand jutupand p paad
and he knows be is uninjured jwe4 except for fortwo fertwo fortwo
two big black bruises one oa Me right rightshoulder rightshoulder
shoulder and the other on his back beckThe backThe 1NIdcTAe
The distance covered by Gamer ia m his huejump bisJump hisjump
Jump Is nearly fifty feet and in his leap eiapGarner leapGarner IMpGamer
Garner made three somersaults accord according acconIJng accordIng ¬
ing to policemen who talked with persons personswho personswho s
who saw w the man Jump from the window windowabout wtIMioWGanter windowGarner
Garner struck tile till ro of a porch perclaabwt porchabout
about twelve feet from the ground and andthfe lidthhJ andtide
tide broke the force of the ia all and prob probably probably ¬
i ably saved the t e mans Hfe or prevented preventedbia Meloatedi
i bia M sustaining serious injury JajwyWanted injuryWanted I IWaited
Wanted to o UDo Do Something SomethingQeraar Sometblngwile Somethingtarter
tarter who Is a huckster buokster er returned to toMs toeIds toMe
Ms borne Sit Park road ta excited excitedstate excitedstate t d dstate
state of o mind about aoon yesterday yesterdayH yeaterdavHe terda terdaHe
H He says be wanted to do something somethingIn
In Men of anything more exciting the theman the1M themaa
man 1M decided to Jump from the window of ofhis ofrQOM ofhie
his coon OR oaths the third floor of his home homeHe oMeRe borneHe
He climbed on the sill and ad looked below belowThe DeIowTbegrGUD belowThe
The TbegrGUD ground did not seem far away aW 7 and andGarner andGamer andGarner
Garner was not the least frightened by bythe DJUte bythe
the probable 1X e consequences of a downward 4 WRwaniftig downwardflight j jflight
flight ftig t He HepeeL HepeeLWhIle leaped leapedWhite leapedWhiie
White passing a ledge 1e ge Just below the thewindow thewtDdow thewindow
window be turned heels over heed and ADdCORUnuetl andcontinued j jcontinued
continued downward He f fell ett a few feet feetmore feetmor feetmore
more mor and when Just above the thereof roof of a aporch aporch aporch
porch he made a second somersault somersaultNearly semersaultriT somersaultNearly
Nearly riT to the ground and all was well wellthought we1 we1t wellthought
thought t Garner optimistically But be bewas bewas bewas
was doomed to a Jolt and It came be before befOre before ¬
fore be knew it It His right shoulder sINN came caDMIn cameIn j jin
in contact with the edge of the porch porchroof porchroot porchroot
root Garner made a third somersault somersaultand soateraUltaDd somersaultand
and then reached the ground ground He landed landedin JaadedIn landedIn
in a sitting posture and aDd remaining in this thisposUJoa thisposition I Iposition
position surveyed Sis surroundings surroundingsWhile ftITOUOOIDgsWhile surroundingsWhile
While Garner still contemplated the thescenery thescenery thescenery
scenery several persons ran to pick up uphis uphis uphis
his mangled body They found a whole wholeman wholeman wholeman
man slightly bruised and maybe a little littlethe tttletbe littlethe
the worse for overindulgence cwe but other otherwise etberise otherwise ¬
wise ise normal normalThe normalThe normalThe
The police were summoned and ia a afew afew
few minutes Garner was m Ia a patrol patrolwagon patrolwagon patrolwagon
wagon being beI rapidly driven to Garfield GarfteMHospital Ga1ieNHJspital GarfieldHasptaL
Hospital The policeman hi charge of the theman theman theman
man expected him to throw up Ms armsand arms armsand arDISaJtd
and give up the ghost gOO before the hospital hospitalwas D6pItatwas hospitalwas
was reached but Garner was not worried wor worried worried ¬
ried riedGar
Gar eld physicians examined the pa patient patient patient ¬
tient from the top of his bead to the thebottom thebottom thebottom
bottom of his feet feet but they found noth nothing DOtbIng nothfag ¬
ing more than two bruises Before Bet < e mid midnight midnight midnight ¬
night the patient was examined several severaltimes severtimes severalUmes
times but he refused to show evidences evidencesof
of injuries and says sa s fte is going to work worktoday worktoda worktoday
today toda
Emma Goldman and Berkman Asked Askedto Askedto Alledto
to Grace Banquet Table TableOrange TableOrange TableOrange
Orange N J May 3L LEcerybedy Everybody te tetoe hithe Inthe
the Oranges tonight is talking about aboutAlden a aboutAlden eat eatAlden
Alden Freeman and his latest stunt stuntPeople stuDtPeople stuntPeople
People bad begun to believe that they theywould t theywould ey eywould
would not be surprised at anything he hemight hemight hemight
might do but today he did the boldest boldestthing boldestthing boldestthing
thing in his somewhat erratic career careerThis careerThis careerThis
This was to have not t only Mrs F Flor Florence FIenee lor lorerce ¬
ence Maybrkk aybrkk at a luncheon of the New NewJersey NewTere NewJersey
Jersey Tere Society of Mayflower Z descendants descendantsbut desceDtSbvt descendantsbut
but Emma Goldman and Alexander AlexanderBerkman AJexaacierBerkman AlexanderBerkman
Berkman as well wellMr wellIr wellMr
Mr Ir Freeman Fr was surrounded surrOUD e by social socialists socialists sociaiIsts ¬
ists of lesser magnitude mag ltvde at his tablepeople table tblepeople
1 people whom the Mayflower Society would wouldnever wouldBeyer wouldnever
never think of welcoming but the three threeguests tJareeVests threeguests
guests of especial honor invited by him himhad himhad himhad
had their presence been known would wouldhave wouldbave wouldhave
have emptied the room roomJAIL roomJAIL roomSAIL
Brooklyn Dealer and Baker Punish Punished Pnnlglicd Punhlhcd
cd Under Sanitary Code
New ew York May 1TvstIces 2L Justices Mclnerny MclnernyOKeefe Mc1aemyOJ
OKeefe OJ O Keefe eefe and Forker Fork of the Court of ofSpecial 0SpedaI ofSpecial
Special Sessions Brooklyn today sen sentenced 3eIItenced semtennced ¬
tenced Herman Katz owner of a butter butterand buttera butterslid
and a egg store stere at 1 UI Moore street stteet that thatborough UIatboro thatborough
boro borough and Philip Friedman a baker bakerat bakerat bakerat
at TH Thompson TIt street str to sixty stxtytla7s days in inJail InjaU isfl
Jail fl for respectively setting and Udspoiled items itemsspoiled usingspoiled
spoiled eggs eggsThis eggsThis gs gsThis
This is the first time in the history historyi 1dst0Qei historyof
ei i the city that offenders have been n nltJlCed sen sentenced uentcaced ¬
tenced to jail for such violations vteI Here Heretofore Heretofere ¬
tofore the courts have deemed a fine fleesufficient finesufficient 4neffideRt
II sufficient ffideRt punishment for such violations violationsof WatIODSeC
of the sanitary code codeTV c9deB codeW
TV B Rice Fnsse Pnsll 8 Array ArrayBoston AwayBoston
Boston May ay 2LHon Wfttfcua B Rice Riceof Riceof Riceof
of Quincy a leading Tad ng shoe manufacturerdied manufacturer manufacturerdied DfaDulacturerdied
died at his Jg home in Quincy this morning morningafter m morningafter ralRg
after al a long illness lRess aged sixtynine Mr MrEtce MrRke
Bleu was head of the boot boo and shoe Arm flnaof Armof frmof
of Rice Htttchins HtttchinsChoice H1ItchbtsChoIce HutchinsCboice
Choice Flowcru for Funeral
Special Cluster 52 ° Blacklstoneslith Blackistoaes I4th H HCommon HCommon HCommon
Common Floorfas Floore J 13c c a Foot
Frank Libbey Co 6th st and N Y ave
Alfred Mosely Strongly De Defends Defends Defends ¬
fends Englands Position PositionMIL PositionMB PositionMR
Londoner Creates Sensation at atMohonk atMohonk atMohonk
Mohonk Conference ConferenceSpeaker ConferenceSpeaker ConferenceSpeaker
Speaker Says that Should President PresidentTnft PrcilidentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft Take Ta e Initiative Inltlatl e in Move to toLimit toLimit toLimit
Limit Armament He Would Do DoWell Docn DoWell
Well cn to Turn His Attention to Ger Germany Germtny Germany ¬
many First FintRegretll First Resets State of Pub Public Puh1c Pnbltc
1c Opinion in Europe at Present PresentLak FrellentLake PresentLake
Lak Lake Mohonk N Yf Y L May 2L 21A A decided decidedsensation decidedeattIa decidedsensation
sensation was created at this evenings evsntegsseasta evgsbe eveningssessia
seasta of f the Mofeoak Conference COI erence erenceAltr when whenAlfred whenAlfred
Alfred Altr Moetey of London L Ilde strongly 3trenglTte defended de defended ¬
fended the English position in the naval navalvalry Jlanll Jlanllrlrv navalr
rlrv r valry with Germany GermanyAmbassador GorranyAmbassador I IadOr
Ambassador adOr Bryce of Great Britain Britainwho BdtaIR1 BdtaIR1wllo Britainwho
who had Just spoken seemed visibly dis disturbed dieturbed ¬ i itwlted
turbed by Mr Moselys words and signs signsof signsof i iof
of disapproval pprrnl were seen ia the audience audienceMr aeIMeI audienceMr
Mr I Moody said in part partNo partaMta partNo
No maa who has any feeling of re respetttdbAky r rafjQKlbfllty re reen
afjQKlbfllty cam view the possibility possibilitywar t7 eC eCWM ofwar
war without a shudder der One regrets regrotseven regltItska regretseven
even In the delicate state of public pcltkloa opin opinion n nion ¬
ion both M M Germany and in England the thevery tettY thevery
very ttY talk of signs of trouble between betweenthem betweeathea betweentbetl
them theaBaJance
Balance of Power FovrerThe PowerT1te PowerThe
The balance of power pow in Bwrope Ii rope i ivery Is Iserr isVery
very err evenly 17 adjusted ed and we have bad badane ba4fit badalgae
ane algae of late that the balance ace of power powermay poWIRQ powermay <
may be upet upset We see the naval val pro programme KCter programete ¬
gramme ever v er r I Increasing It Is a serious sorioucpcattfen MrIuIIpaddon seriouspcsltioss
pcattfen one that I think we ail strongly stronglyfeel stroagtrteel stronglyfeel
feel at the bottom Ntt m of our hearts ea endangers eaUte eadenners ¬
dangers the peace of the wocid woe kL ld But we wefan weSa weIn
fan Kngiaod are agreed and agreed anon anonboth 1IpDaboth uponboth
both sides of the Ho H House s of Commons eem M asto a Mtl s sto
to the Btceseity JMC of keeping our navy 1Iit 1Iitt upto a ats
ts the highest t pfcch of efficiency efficiencyPosritoty eftIdeReyy etdeatyPseelbly
Posritoty It the of ofgnghiad ofBngiad
y was strong navy Y7 I ItIIat
gnghiad that coached a recent war WK to tothe teUte tothe
the United States S and Spate R EnglaaTs EnglaaTsarmament EaSla8lrsoaI7 Englandsarmaaeast
armament W only one of oeor defense dofena But the thehtcge ttMJeterof thelarge
large mere Jeterof hdcreo tof other U r powers has com centpali competed ¬
pali peted d us to take a st step p which wltl te a a grout snateC groutnoarc j jthis
noarc eC aaxlaty te t the e nahla 18 R tI My Mytlds laythis
this burden uaoa upon the people t Lat fc is ta taevfcable 111SbouJd inevftaltie
evfcable evfcableShould
Should Address Germany GermanyNow German Germanow GermanyNow
Now ow it fat proposed by some that MrTaft Mr MrTaft IrTaft
Taft take the initiative UAU em in in saying some something 1OI8 1OI8thIag something ¬
thing to Engtead and to I Germany 0arm ny I am altapt amnot alaat
not at all sure that Mr MI Taft Tat would care careto reto careto
to undertake that task but if be does doesmay Me MeJDa7 doesmay
may I suggest S SMt that be turn his attention attentionto
to Germany I will tell you why y Eng England Eag1aDCI Bagland ¬
land has proposed to Germany German to come comeI eometo cometo
I to some understanding erstancU in regard to armameats arma armaments anJlMlBts ¬
meats and no response has been given givenI gtYMLis givenEagisad
I England is willing wUnn She has shown shownher 1Ihow 1Ihowher shownher
her wintngaeag eM to limit 1 or reduce her herarmaiMeats Iteri herarinareats
i armaiMeats provided other nations Germany Ger Germany GefmaDT ¬
many especially e would do the same and andif aRCIIf andif
if Mr r Taft would bring about that happy happystate ha happystate pr prstate
state of things I am sure that England Englandwould E EwouJd Englandwould
would be moat grateful gratefulWOMENS gratefulWOMENS gratefulWOMENS
Illinois Legislature Le lRlntnre Faces Too Strong StrongOpposition StrongOppoRltlon StrongOpposition
Opposition and Retreats RetreatsScrtegfleW RetrentRi RetreatsSrIngfleid
i ScrtegfleW S 111 May 1a 2L Opposition Oppositionfrom Oppo ItIoImfIOlR Oppositionfront
from the wives and sweethearts of the themembers tlteI themembers
I members of the house caused the defeat defeattoday attodaJ defeattoday
today of the Hilton bill against Merry MerryWidow MerryJdow MerryWidow
Widow Jdow peach h basket cartwheel cart cartI or orbungalow orbungalow
I bungalow w hats and against the use of ofbirds oDk ofbirds
birds Dk s snakes lizards or other animate animalsreptiles animatereptiles animals animalsretKAes
reptiles or insects as trimmings for hats hatsForty 1Iatsrwty batsTarty
Forty votes were cast for the measure measureand measureand e eaacl
and considerably era y less against It It but many manymembers JIItyremained manymembers
members remained silent silentDRY silentDRY silentDRY
Combination wit with It x1000000 51000000 Capi Capital Cnpltal Capital ¬
tal launched In Delaware DelawareNew Delawnreew DelawareNew
New ew York May iay 21 22A A morning paper papersays PIlpersays papersays
says saysThe
rAe The worlds greatest dry goods combi combination com corabtnntlon l lDetloR ¬
nation was launched today tod Its capital capitalis
is it S6tMii alMtC > 00 0 three times that t 1 t of the As Associated Assockted Assoclated ¬
sociated Merchants Merc ants Company up to this thistime thistime thistime
time the largest aggregation of capital In iathe Int inthe
the dry goods business businessJohn bU3In businessJehn s sTolan
John Cteflln Ctefllnciated president or tile MS9 MS9eiated Asseelated
elated Merchants lderc ants Company and of the theArm t thel1rm e eftrm
Arm of H R B Chair Company is head headof headol headof
of the new company which has been beenchristened beeReilrtsteaed beenchristened
christened the United Dry Goods Companies Com Companies C8mpaDies ¬
panies of New Ne York YorkThe Yorkr1te YorkThe
The incorporation papers were filed to today to today today ¬
day In Dover DeL by b a member of the thearm tlJearm thefirm
arm of Gould TVIlkle of No 2 2 Wall Wallstreet Wallstreet Wallstreet
street Two of the three directors named namedin namedIn namedIn
in the papers are Eugene D Alexander Alexanderof AlexaR er erof
of New Brighton Staten Island and andKenneth andKeAoedt andKenneth
Kenneth McWilkle The other director directorte dlectortbemas
te thomas F Bayard of Wilmington WilmingtonDeL Wl1mlngtonDeL WilmingtonDeis
DeL counsel for the company in intilat intilatState that thatState thatState
State StateThere StateThere StateThere
There was much uncertainty uncenalnt today as asto asto asto
to the t e exact e et purpose purpo e of the new ne com company compaDy company ¬
pany but it is understood it will take takeover takecner takeover
over the already alread tremendous business of ofthe ofUle ofthe
the Associated Merchants Company Com IY and andincludes mdIncludes andincludes
includes several large drygoods houses housesDOW JIouesBOW homesnow
DOW outside the socalled trust
GETS Y15000 15000 BEAST BALM BALKItalian BALMItalian BALMItalian
Italian Girl Given Record Award ward in inBreach inBreaeh inBreach
Breach of Promise Suit SnltNew SuitNew SnitNew
New York May lI8 2L The The record T ord verdict verdictht venlkt1ft verdictIn
ht a breach of promise suit in the city citycourt cltyeo citycourt
court eo was as returned today when a jury jurybefore jury1tel jurybefore
before re Judge La Fetra awarded Hoatoa HoatoaPecora RosinaPetr RealnaPetora
Pecora Sii00I li00 in her le suit for 55600 against againstSaivatore agaJnstI againstSalvatore
I Salvatore del Gaudio manager of a medi medical medical medteal ¬
cal institute instituteThe InstituteThe InstituteThe
The young woman oman testified that she shecame sbcame shecame
came here from Italy under del Gaudios Gaudiospremise GaudiosprelRlse Gaudlospremise
premise to marry mar her and that when Jlen he hetried Jtetried hetried
tried to desert her two years ago she shestarted shestarted shestarted
started suit for fo breach of promise promiseShe promiseShe promiseShe
She said that he induced her to sign a apaper apaper apaper
paper which he said was a a marriage marriagecontract marrldgecontract ge geCOIItract
contract but later proved to be a re release re rele release ¬
lease le se < in the breach of promise action actionL25 actionti
8123 L25 to < o Baltimore and Return Returni
i Via Baltimore BaltIme and Ohio Railroad today tQda tQdaDd
and tomorrow tomorrowFrank tomorroAJdbiW1 tomorrowAlebsna
AJdbiW1 Flooring Goad Go fCa c a Foot I
Frank Libbey i ibbey S Co 0 6th 6thst st and N Y ave e
Austria Would Also Levy on Bache Bachelors Bachelors BacheIors ¬
lors and and Childless Chl1tIJe s HuebandsVienna Hoxlmndx HoxlmndxVienna 1In4IbandliVienna
Vienna Vienna May M 3 2LTbe The minister mlnt of finance financetoday iinancetoday nuancetoday
today submitted the budget to the committee com committee comrnttte ¬
mittee of tits th Refcfcarath Among other othernew oUMrnew othernew
new taxes ta S proposed are a supplementary supplementaryincome supplementaryincome supplementaryincome
income tax and a tax on bachelors bachelorswidows bachelorswidows bachelorswidows
widows and childless husbands husbandsCEBS husbandsCUBAN husbandst
Men Ien Convicted of Conspiracy Cou plrncy Now XovrHavana NowAccused o occu
Accused ccu cd of PeU Petty CrimeHavana Crime CrimeHavam
Havana May 2L LGen ± Gen Masse Barn and andCol aadCoI andCot
Cot Gabriel GR1 rJet igi erra ra who were convicted convictsdla
la lei far iCffospiring to overthrow the theAmoricaa tlieAJD8dcL1 theAmericat
Amoricaa provisional leIeAal government a and a1Mlwho andwho d dwho
who wer were era released rela sed under the t e recent de decree decree decree ¬
cree of amndsi amnesty granted by 11 > President Prestt nt Go Gomez GomE Gomel ¬
mE were adbsted te4 today t on the charge chargeof chargeot chargeof
of petty swindHRg swindHRgThe swIAdItRgThe siy ding dingThe
The secretary secr taQaf of f the treasury announces 8mtOWACtMt announcesthat Bno ace acethat
that the budget will iI1 amount aDlOWltvbtcA te towhich MN CKX CKXwbhA
which is JHarljf dF Sf 70 O69G > t fG JO more than he heTJSGES lent 1estyear lentyear
year yearURGES yearURGES
Lord Beresford Ten Tells Colonies They TheyShould The TheShould TheyShould
Should Aid Motherland MotherlandLondon MotherlandLoadoa IothcrlnmlLoedon
London May 3 I 2 Vice VJc Admiral Lord LordCharles LordCIt8rieB LordCharles
Charles Beresferd retired In a speech at atthe atUte atthe
the Australaaiaa banquet here urged the thecotonios UteeoIeRIes theeoin
eoin cotonios Ion to bvikt their own cnrteecs t tprotect tit titprotect isprotect
protect their tber made 4Je rou routes s and to be avail availauto Itwllfor available
auto for the taperfe nary ht time Of war WMHe w ac acHe j jHe
He said the 9CVl l of mrfrrWwU IiMIMd8III1OIdas c cel celodes i ionias
odes to pr prlt PM MUle ships w would H aot aotrealty aetredr nareally
realty het help 1C they would begin with witherufeers wtdaendHrs withk
erufeers k JawIIIdI which as asdt1eas resard ftghCws ftghCwseOdency i imay
may all dt1eas infttons boas are d de ftcie0t 4est t twould they tbeythe theywould
would be the greatc greatest t t service to tothe totile tothe
the mOt moiliMfHafK and could couNdteIr eventually evontuaHyperhaps eventuallyperbayis
perhaps x8jlj their n navies vies 6 by ° 7 leg legheavieir bjoUdtegHe 5 5He
heavieir a aHe
He urgedt ursed gei W a it wa wu time to towith dispense dispensewith dUpMNmwith
with the Una Teotonios The domdtdsas domdtdsasshould dumlnl n nshould 11 11sboaJcl >
should be aOhftf nations daDs If the I Canadian Canadiannation c cadoa aaadianation
nation tile tb SMptts sth African nation Mdoa the theAui tINA theAustralian
Aui A Australian raUam as nalfcw s a and d the t theNew N Nw w Zealand ZaatondnatJnn ZMIaDdJtdnR Zealandasdoa
natJnn nn ualUd to HOT defense the empire empirecould empirecold I
could Jaugfc at die rest of the world worldRBDDCES woddREDUGESDAMAGE worldREDUO
1 1New
New York lodge Hands Down Be Bemarkable Rej Rel
markable l arkable Verdict in in Case CIlEeRelaUe CaseRelative CaseRelative
Relative Loss Zao N to White and Black BlackDiscussed BlackDiscussed i iDLcuued
Discussed and nd Incorporated Incorporatedin I
in Record RecordNew RecordXew
Xew York Mar Sl sirfib nntll PvMMIng PvMMIngJuotke h hPatWnDe Prai PraiJustice ldlsg
Justice Patterson ant Juotka e Chttho ChtthoaentinK CIMtIeUM Clttako in inmt1n
mt1n aentinK UM the ahmlal u > PII p jQim e MrlNoB of the Su Supreme Snpnmte ¬ I
preme Coon today 4I7aatIe 4I7aatIeJ8ioe acnatd aflk moil an ardor made madehjr madeby
hjr Juedoe Xtosro te lldal Term 1 sotting sottingaide sotbgsaid
said aide aeerdlet MVttct of UlS 4nl which Coocge WGI W WThe WIt
GI It Pie seer saeniumior eUNP9CCW roov roovesa
8 esa L Dn fie alagged a aII
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The record aetttaaj a IIIIIIie We the verdict verdictcontained Yerieteottafoed t teoataiMd
contained the reasons rea which prompted promptedJutrticft Pl811114JuRice promptedJuice
Juice Dngro to so o rul rule Bfe Bfe 3 e at conelB COMNeta cautidaabie conelBarable
arable eta length expressed sui bin view upon uponthe 1IpotICIte uponthe
the relative dam damage se does done t 110 > negroes and andI aDCIwIdH andwhite
I white men In m soda suite He HetJaat Hethat J Jthat
that no court would tot such suchta a ar ab
ta favor r of a negro porter 1t8lpT8 stand wig wigave ndtpre
pre ave his view on the subject Jeet The aaA jnaJortty aaAJork7 majority
Jortty of the appellate division affirmed affirmedhh amnedhia affirmedhis
hh > action witbont Huniiifnt L Lat No opinion onhuoawas opIadoawrtttea opinionwag
was written by b any a Jnsdce JnsdceTbe ceTIM stice sticeThe
TIM Jury returned a verdict ivr Gila GtUSafor Grti5Rt Gilafor
for t a aJ1IIIKb m it itJustice j jJoMice
Justice DOKTO s s M that lie would set setaaide ta setaside
aside the verdict unlace GrUaa would wouldconsent ItODSeDt wouldconsent
consent to t ts tys being redoes to aM Grif Grifftns GIIfs Gdffas
ftns s counsel refused to accept the r rduced re reduced 11cJuced ¬
duced verdict and Justice Dugre Dugrthat s said saidthat Jd Jdthat
that no such verdict as SiIt would ewer ewerstand eftrstaad everstand
stand for a moment in any court for the theptetatKL tilellalntlll thephsbadif
ptetatKL He also said of Griffin GrtOnHe GrimaHe GriffinHe
He was a porter and while h 1M Is Just Justas j8atas justas
as good as the President eat of the tlacUa United UnitedStates UnitedStates 6d 6dStatM
States and if he te imprisoned wrong wrongfully WIOIIgt1IIty wrongLaity ¬
fully he should b DpaId be paid for it Jt it would be bea be1McIa bea
a bad 1McIa argument to say he is Just as good goodhi OdIa goodIn
hi many sense MINe He H would not be hart1 hart1Juet hurt hurtjust t tJ1I8t
just as much if put la prison as every everyother evecrother everyother
other men would be That depends on a as as amans
mans s standing S what his circumstances circumstancesare d AC8S AC8Sare
are are and if be Is a colored e man JIy the fact ftetsMered tiKttbat factthat
that Mis he Is a colored man Is to be con CQRstdered conidere
sMered sMeredYou stderedYou 1 1You
You You cannot say that he is Just the thesame the8IUIM thesame
same as a white man when you come to tosay tosay tosay
say bow much his sname shame wttt suffer He Hemight HeJldtbt Hemight
might suffer some but ut after all what whatare wbtare whatare
are the pro MitWee about it Is It likely likelythat IIkei IIkeithat likelythat
that when a colored man is arrested and andimprisoned aIMiIII1JKl sadimprisoned
imprisoned III1JKl Aed he feels Just aa much shame abames shameas
35 > s a white man of any circumstancesnight circumstances circumstancesnight clrcum5ta1tCefSmlg
night mlg t I think if you were to take the themayor theHMlyO themayor
mayor of the city and arrest him he hewould hewould hewould
would feel very much more humiliated humiliatedthan humiliatedthaa humiliatedthan
than this porter from the fact that he hewas hewas e ewas
was the mayor and not a colored man for forif forIt forif
if he were a a colored man he might mlg t not notfeel notfeel notfeel
feel quite as much humiliation and saame saameIn shame shameIn shameIn
In one sense sense a colored man is Just Justas justas justas
as good as a white man for the law lawsays law5S lawsays
says he e is but he has not the same sameamount sameuaoUAt sameamount
amount of f injury under all circumstances circumstancesthat
that a white maR would have Maybe aYDe in ina IRcoloCecl isa
a colored community d down wn South where wberewhite wherewhite wherewbtte
white men were hew lIp1d in great disfavor disfavorhe dlsa disfavorhe or orbe
he might be more injured red but after ailthat all allthat 11that
that is not this sort of a a community 1m 1mthis Iathis lathis
this sort of a community I dare say the theamount tileamount theamount
amount of evil that would flow to the thecolored eeololed thecolored
colored man from a charge like this thiswould thiswould thiswould
would not be as great as it probablywould probably probablywould pro hly hlyWOttkl
would be to a white man manWHEAT manWHEAT menWBEAT
May Jln Options Reach fln 113114 131 14 on the tbeChicago theChicago i iChicago
Chicago Chicago Board of Trade TrndeCh1 TradeChicago j jChicago
Chicago Ch1 May M 2L IM 2I May May wheat touched touchedthe t08Cbe41M toothedthe
the highest point in eleven years today tedaywbea teda tedawIea todaywhen
when it sold en the Chicago board for feyLSt4 foriLSttt rerLJI14
iLSttt LSt4 Shorts were forced to buy bu at thic thichigh khls thfahigh
high figure and the Patten crowd crov is said saidto saidto saidto
to have aT let go a good bunch of grain at atthe att atthe
the high mark te order to allow the thedelivery tiledelivery thedelivery
delivery of certain orders ordersWhen erdersW ordersWhen
When W May a7 went skylarking the other othercontracts otherroatntcts othercontracts
contracts followed July going from n131 n131at u3 u3at L13fe L13feat
at U oclock to o 5111 Ll L13 at 1 eeiock VdecicFour eeiockFonr otetockFour
Four Suicides In Rome RomeRome RomeReme RomeRome
Rome May fay1The 2 MThe The intense heat that thathas tJIatlies tiatthss
has prevailed here is responsible for four foursuicides loursIcldes foursuicides
suicides today A coachman of the thePasstonist thePasstoRIst thePaebnist
Passtonist Convent took
poison a Run RunJumped maRJ1Hnpecl nunjumped
frost the ro root f of
Jumped a convent a aFrench aFreacb aFrench
French woman Jumped into the Tiber Tiberand TIberand Tiberand
and a girt t of eighteen jumped out of offovth a afourthfloor afourthfloor
fourthfloor fovth oor window windowS125 windowStn
S125 1 to Baltimore and Return
Saturdays and Sundays via Pennsylvania
Hailrpad Tickets good returning until untilthe
Sundu Sund y Right AIl regular train tralns except cept ceptthe
the Congressional Limited LimitedDrexscd LlmltedDreJIcd LimitedDressed
Dressed Fence Palings P llu1l 2c i a Foot
Frank LIblwy Co btu 6llist st and N N Y Y ave aceY
flNn A P PARALLEL PARALLELUmbrella R LLl LLlUmbrella
Umbrella Vendor V endo Guest llest of ofOfficers ofOfficers ofti
Officers ti at Fort Jay JayI JayLIRE JayLIKE
Maj Bertie BertietkGreal McGreaP cGreal Mildly MildlyReproves MildlyReproves tIildl Y YReproves
Reproves Sentries SentriesStrnnser SentriesStranger SentriesStranger
Stranger Representing Himself o oMajor as asMajor
Major Injorln In British Service Feted on onGo onGovernors I IGovernors
Governors Go eruors Island blandSpecial Special Informal InformalHop InformalHop
Hop in HIs Honor J Stater alter House HouseGueat HouseGueat HouseGuest I
Gueat of Chaplain Smith SmithStill SmithStillLater Still StillLater i iLntcr
Later Vimltcd fattcd by IJ Detectives DetectivesNew DetectiVCSl DetectivesNew
New l York 3 Mia lefay y 2L 1F Foflowbsg FoftWtag the de denftrtBre de dep sibllre
nftrtBre llre te toe custody of two tw detectives detectivesof
of the li Hotel ell Knickerbocker tin tin morn snorateg DOnIa morning
teg of a man who off and on f for or the theIpnot theIIIIIt thepat
Ipnot IIIIIt ten ceaflcen days bad been ueb st el elat aK aKIeus
flcen at Fort Jay Oovernun G QM vemon Island Islandcatted bIII84w shatwane
wane w wandering toaIIIIt wit why 1M 1MeaIIe had teat teatcalled
called them up or at least Ieutfer nest a afor meama ne nefhr
for social favors be had received recetveaAbout receIftdAbOat receivedAbout
About the same groan of oJncers w were wereM weregathered t tsathered
gathered M at thft t e dub there this afternoon afternoonappeared aftenloaaWIN afternaosas
as WIN in the place ten days ago when wIIeII1111I whenthin
thin swan appeared S H WM Was unddk IIIIMdJeIMwJ duped asdAulshK dupedand
and had a military beming that 111M1Ima diNne diNne3ohbd
AulshK him The atranger wore a aoeIe nwn nwnod nwoode
ode od and had exeenent manners mwe L He HeWM BeWM Hewe
WM looWng Ioshi for the oflesr of the tilewile nay nayof daywho
wile baps 1If ead bs be LteaL C C x L JaDet JaDetoC
of the tIIeTw Twelfth Infantry InfantryI Iw L 6 6te
I I bed te brtrodoc 110I myself IIQWIIfa ns an ante dicer dicerIn
te a brother service o < ulee he lietile snU snUteg ups < bad badia
ia tile Aunt Janney Tm Taof a aof mole lenity lenityd
of the Seventh s Brngssn Uuw Qnmis of the dieBrttiIIa theBl4Usb thecard
BrttiIIa army at cb CaaobeapWb
Wb apon the anetwtee > pe one 11 d a aani acast
card which read readMai readleGd
Mai A A C C P Butte McOrMl aIry trlava1ryCIub CavmbyClub I IProud
Club i Ii
Proud of Muse ki Career CareerHe CareerBe CareerHe
He expUiued e eip ned that the club to hiWaf question ouesUonww questionwas
ww tae tMfamOa famous British rnintary orsan orsanMaJ OEPJ OEPJttoa orga > s snation
nation ttoa aM that he also had a a1M a member membersbip
sbip in 1M H ileuipteelg 1 C Club ef Hem6itaag Hem6itaaghlaj BII4I BII4IMaJ
MaJ BertteMcOreal said that he hn hnand h hHlTod hadawed <
awed as ald de anq I to 0 We111ek7 We111ek7ad Woisekytad
and M aM addetamp decamp 7 to SIr John built Yreneh Yrenehat InDeIIat Frembat
at AidofShot Aersi oL lie bad fooaht IotIP wilt the thenresant they i
y ht South Mdea MdeatIIIrWaIr end 4 4thrsaeht
tIIIrWaIr tiro 8eaw ttoubiea M 111 At Atpnont i iGk
nresant be wan oa Gkof t > seven teV months sntb heave heaveof nm nmof
of absence which was abenlt ab at nn up and he hehad liecIedW behad
had decided to t see something of tb tbUnited tM tMCahM theUnited
United States army arrayLieut armyuevt armyLieut
Lieut Jaaney extended the taeof courtesies ecnuesfcmof
of Governors Qc o I Island 4aod to the visitor with withthe wIdatIN withthe
the result that he called agate the next nextday aexty neatT
day y T His trips to Governors Go enaoh Island became be became ¬ 1 1came
came frequent f t He enjoyed inspecting inspectingChe baspct baspctthe i idie
die outposts and would run ahead of efaDd ills httbeets illshaste
beets and as the sentry stopped ban hen henwould j jwouM iaid
aid say I am a British ottcer te e evihan d dvllian i
vihan dothea Then if the sentry was wnsnp wasoa wastp
np on his Job he would w salute until n nhtqufartd lie liefarther beinquired
inquired further into tb tM status of the thevisitor tile1stt thevisitor
visitor Several of the sentries were not notonto JIOtOIIto notonto
onto this point of etiquette and were werenifhtly weremildly
mildly reproved by the man who de described doscribed ¬ I
scribed himself ns an aDEntertained ottcer ottcerEntertained odicierEntertained
Entertained at DinnerMaj Dinner DinnerMaj DanerTMIa
Maj John 50 Mallory of the TwelfthInfantry Twelfth TwelfthInfantry TwelftIafaIatry
Infantry entertained eat May Berth BwdeKe BwdeKeGreal BirthMcGreal > Mc McGreal
Greal at sinner and be made hteunclf hissaitso hteunclfso i iacreeelale
so agreeable that the officers of die gar garrison parrisen ¬
risen r invited him to be then guest at atIDtCIIIIRI a aspecial aspacial
special informal hop Cape C Hanttead HatstondDoroy HantteadDorer HaIIItadDorey
Dorer aJddecamp t to Gen Wood WOOI1 gave gmvea P PdtmIer
a dtener for th the major Cbantete L E B BSmKh B BSaattIa 3Smith
Smith was so o pleased with nte that he henot eDOt henot
not only had him to dinner bat insisted insistedthat IBsIstedt Insistedthat
that t he stay for a few days as his house houseguest bou8eguct houseSBCSt
guest which the theTIle guest did didThe didT
T The e major tot it be known that at the theKnickerbocker the1CJIIderiIodter theKnickerbocker
Knickerbocker he had stoppta steppin6 with him htma himCGPan hima
a commander CGPan Marjoribanks of the royal royalBritish roya1Brtttsb royalBritish
British navy 7 He would like to bring bringthe bringthe
the commander COIIIIfta over but be was beta be bellO being beingso I
00 splendidly entertained by the officers oicersat officersthe koersat
at the iwkl n Navy Y Yard that that to use 11Mtbe usethe
the supposed Englishmans hmlls words wordsMar wordsMarjadibanks ents Mar MarJorfbanfcs II IIjoribuaks
Jorfbanfcs was kept pifflicated most of the theBerUeMcGreal taMdine thetime
dine dineBertJeMeG timeBentieMcGral
BerUeMcGreal BertJeMeG said that he bad with withhim wkIrbtm withhim
him at his hotel his valet who was W8SItsted an en enlisted enlisted ¬
listed man in the British army y ateo a acbasftTeur aebafeur aehauUeir
cbasftTeur who ho took care of his motor motorcar JlMliWrI JlMliWrIcu motecar
car Besides B IIkJea this he had ba any aa nuseoer 11 nmber of ofuniforms eej eejUDitOlDJ8 ofuniforms
uniforms and before this t be would have havecalled havecaked
called on Gen Wood but be bebeIw dreaded dreadedbete dreadedbeing 1
bete being stared at in the streets of 2 iFew iFewYork ew ewYork I IYork
York York as be would be if he wore any one ensi oneof
i of his uniforms which were so much muchContinued mackContinuell muchContinued I
Continued on n Page Pa c 3 Column ColumnSINECURES ColumnSINECURES 2 2E
Sew Regime in Turkey Tnrkc Carrie Carries on onReforms onRefornul onReforms
Reforms with Zeal ZealConstantinoplr Zenl1Iy ZealConstantinople
Constantinople May STne TIIe new rectete rectetete
16 exerttep cx its reforming JlC seal even te the theSuttaas tMsmtauta thelhdal
Sultans domestic arraneemenls scrauromentaHamlds 15 15Haakls Abdoi AbdoiHamids
Hamids chief eunuch enjoyed the tIDe of ofKeeper oCkeeper ofkeeper
Keeper oC the door of felicity 1eUdt7with and ranked lamfcedwith rankedwith
with the grand vizier and the SbeOcd SbeOcdIsiem SbeIk SbeIklsIem ShedsCaIsles
Isles as a highness h An trade ka Just J8Ittk head headeieereahs hsjuUdecrees
decrees tk that the chief euaneh was b wm willattec nere nereafter here hereafter
after have ve no title titleIt tttieIt titleIt
It is estimated that the theor riMirginlistion riMirginlistionof reeegatttof
of the government ge departments now nowing Tr Trlag >
lag on win result te fh 0 dttnrtnsal tr I of ofi
2 ifIOO i 5 military and civil officials rneUy rneUystaecurists motiyslterurlsts
staecurists sktecv sts and toefidents itiedideMSHIGH i iHIGH
Eightyseven Lots Lot of Cnthbertson CnthbertsonCollection CuthbertsoDCoJIectlon CuthbertsonCollection
Collection Net S2iTj440 S2iTj440London ax140London tJ40 tJ40LHdOn
London May ZL tL11Ie The first eightyseven eightysevenlots edphtyeveuiota tY tYk
lots of the Cuthbertson coflectW coDectJoa COBectfotfof et ofpbtetfggs f fpaintin6s
paintin6s tJIp at t Chrysties Ch s today nom reafcedSS944H reaIIecIi
ii SS944H s 4ai Among the highpriced pictures picnveathat picweUt picturesthat
that were sold were Reynolds Re Snake Snakehv SlakeIn e etIte
hv In the Grass Si5 S 5725 b7 Roomeys Krs KrsBladburyte xs xsBlsjckburne
Blsjckburne 527 Zat 3i el Romaeys 1lri 1lriNewberr T 3r rs rsNewberry rs rsNewberry
Newberry tSn N > a landscape it by Co Corot 00 00rot Cnrot
rot rot U U I181l Carets Cbemta de hi Rows RouesPopular RsH RsPopulnr Rowsl4
Popular Ilxcnralon Sunday uDda May MayBaltimore Ia 23 23Baltimore LBaltimore
Baltimore do Ohio > R It R It < BAnnd trip
nAP 11 T Frederick Keedysvflle K Aatteta Aattetaand AatS AatSaad Ant1etansa Ant1etansaand
and Hagerswwn Special train leaves leavesWashington leV leVWaselngtOn lelaWoeWashington
Washington S a a au m tn returning retum same day dayDressed dayDreS1lld dayDressed
Dressed Board Good 2c e a Foot FootFrank FootFrnk FootFrank
Frank Libbey Co 6th st and N Y ave
ONLY ONE BIBLE ON HAND HANDPreltbterlan HANDPresbyterian i iPresbyterian
Presbyterian Assembly A embl Eml Embarrass Em1Jarl1sell Embarrassed nrra s sed
ed When Ilen Truth In Known KnownDenver Kn01VJ1Denver KnownDenver
Denver May LKo 2L No Sunday funerals funeralsno
no Sunday Sanda newspapers patter5 n M excursions excursionsno excuisi ns nsglUR9S
no gaaias no army aad navy sports on onSundays onSURdan onSundays
Sundays a divorce and remarriage reAtarrl ge few lawwhich fewwhich ktwwl
which wl snail be in I all States uniform URl IJft the theSaturday theSatwda theSaturday
Saturday half hoHdafr for workers thatthey that thatthey th2tUtey
they may be ready for f < the tJi Sabbath the theabandon theaWIdoIt theabolition
abandon of recitations In colleges and andsenriwarfee aDdseMhMtrfes andsenlefles
senriwarfee oa Monday morning because becausethey beeattsedie becensethey
they necessitate necessitate study on Sunday S8acIathese S8acIathesean these theseat
at an a f few w of the things the Presbyterian Presbyterianassembly PresbytelianiWlUllllb Presbyterianably
assembly wilt stand for if the reports of ofvarious oCIIrtoa ofvarious
various committees are adopted adoptedThe adoptedTII adoptedTbs
The TII most noteworthy 7 incidents in the theassembly theas theasnetubty
assembly since the election of moderator moderatorwere rMderawrera moderatorwere
were era the lack of a Bible and the peculiar peculiartelegram pecllllartelegram peculiartelegram
telegram of greeting g from the Cumber Cumbertend CuDtberJaaci Cumberland
tend Presbyterians Pres yterlllas This telegram referred re referred reI reIerred ¬
ferred te a BibMcal phrase and the as assembly aswas asse ¬
sembly se ably was dismayed ed to and that the theonly tileOldy thecatly
only Bible in the gathering s ermg was ms one onevest onepocket onevent
vest pocket cotton The staid clerk de demurred de de1II1IIT deWNrred ¬
murred 1II1IIT but was forced t II read rea the quo qootaUOR qllG qllGUJoA quotation
taUOR which was Did I Ike Make a a gala gainof galaof g a
of you by any of them which I seat unto untoyou u untoyon to toA1tboo I
Although A1tboo h considered Insulting it evoked evokedroars eokedroars evokedroofs
roars of laughter laughteriEPLOREGONDM JughterDEPLORE laughterDEPLORE
National ational Conference Meets at atMasonic atMasonic atMasonic
Masonic Temple TempleTENEMENT TempleTENE1tIM TempleTENEML
Commissioner Mncfnrland Incf rlnnd Henry HenryJlorseiitlmn HcnryJIor HenryMorgenthnn
Jlorseiitlmn JIor entJUlu and Other Advocates Advocatesof
of Civic Reform Discuss Contention Contentionof
of Homes and Its Relation to the theHealth theHeaUh theHealth
Health and Progress Progrc of Country Countryai CountrrA
A fJC7 e wnrrthrg ai protest against againstt acallt5tof againsttin
t tin ovfe of conoftaOoK CIfc I ia + vtttts was xvasby wa waat wassounded
sounded by apeafcang at the opening openingfaflnja OpeAlagdie openingnmeeeiug
nmeeeiug faflnja of the nadonaf dI8at conference eeIa OR ORcily outcloy
cloy ptanrtng m Ia the audkorhun audit wtum of the theMMT theNew theNew
New Xaeoale Temple hwt night nightThat BIghtIIIU nightThat
That the couKtry wBl be a prey to tophyaacal toJIMDta1 tofinical
finical mental JIMDta1 and moral degeneration degenerationtwenty 4kgeaentloAtweDQ degenerationin
in twenty or thirty tId yaors unless present presenteoacodoB prnsellte presenten6ndon
eoacodoB e I a in the huge elites is relieved raHevedR reDeY relievedwns d
108 R S declared by aereral speakers and as asa asIftIMI asa
a remedy fey or existing evils and a check checkto checkz checkI
to future ones Mer new tenement Jaws were wereurged wereto wereurged
urged and to obtain the needed legiste legistedoa JegistadIIa legisInUsa
doa the ettiaeas of Washington were wereasked were1D wereasked
asked to become h itmsestd ereated aad use ee their thebrtaftMace tJlek1llllleDee theirnuance
nuanceIn nuance taftMaceIa 1llllleDeeIa
Ia teBtaa of the evils besetting be the theojki therIUse fornkge
IUse d dike wMlll9 tiaaet t Jet out euttgrl outend
end ca na > b 8ltr qla > go n Lori tgrlg Loriclslst oriu oriuSiKg
clslst SiKg g GeL Cflorga g 3TStonsrg 3TStonsrgU x Steinberg SteinbergU intterg inttergU
U S A A Ar V ftttred tried iffOBhtgnt IIaIt of the Pet Preaidoms PIdbrtg Petdents
dents homes commission OIn1R aa Washingtoo Wasbingtnriportrareul Washingtoovortngred WasldDgteRIIOI
vortngred IIOI many evils of congestion ex exlaOns exwItbIa exbthug
laOns within the shadow of the Capitol CapitolQteBtratiiig CapItollib CapitolWastxating
QteBtratiiig his talk with lantern shoes sttdesof kJeeor shoesof
of crowded tenements littered with dirt dirtaad dirtand Irt IrtwI1tcb
and rofuvft which he declared te be a aMot ablot ablot
blot on the eicutebeon of the Capital City CityPresident Cityrrellllilent CityPresident
President Conlil Not of Attend AttendPrarfdeat Attendh8llJldellt AttendPresident
President Taft was scheduled a to make snakeibe makethe ke ketJIe
the opening addreBS but because e of offi official ometaI eshciasl ¬
cial duties was amble to be present He HeMat Het Hesett
Mat t his regrets and expressed his commendation com commeadation IDIuf
meadation Iuf of the work undertaken taken by the theconference theCOIIteeDCe theconference
conference COIIteeDCeKepi conferenceRepreeeaattee conferenceRepreeeatattve
Repreeeatattve Kepi E1athe J Van Techtea V en Okott Okottof Okottot OICOttof
of Hew N York York presided ed over the meeting meetinga meedDgaDd meetingand
a aDd d commended w adt the efforts orts of the organ organization OCSDbadoD organbelles ¬
belles He spoke of the necessity of Just Justoeh jltsta jestsuck
suck oeh a body H He declared be would do all allfe all1ds allla
fe la his power to further the work of the theconference
conference as be was fully cognizant of ofthe 0tile ofthe
the needs of better housing conditions in inU k1dt7 Inhis
U his > home city and te other cities citiesIB ettlesIa citiesIn
IB the audience last met nl night ht t were many manyproperty meayonapeny manypeoperty
property owaers and builders and several severalpersons severalpersons veral veraleISeIIS
persons Interested ia m sociological oues ouesttena questioM lute lutetions
ttena Many members Mf of Congress oos occu occupied ceIIped occupied ¬
pied seats hi the ban aDd an liberally liberallyapplauded liberallyappllUljlJl liberallyapplauded
applauded the sentiments expressed t JMessed by bythe bybe bythe
the speakersCommissioner speakers speakersCommissioner speakersCommbldoner
Commissioner Macfarland Speaks SpeaksCoEnmfeeloaer SpeaksCommll6laoer SpeaksCotnasioBloner
CoEnmfeeloaer Maefartand was the first ftrstspeaker firsttJjeak firstspeaker
tJjeak speaker < and be was followed by Henry HenryMorgentbau HenryIItbaa HenryMorgenhau
Morgentbau IItbaa of the committee of congestion con congestion ¬
gestion of population ia ia New York Ser Surgeon SwGeneral Sergeoi ¬
geon General Sternberg StuDbeA and Benjamin C CMarah C CMarsh CMarsh
Marsh executive secretary of the com committee comJlllttft corntee ¬
mittee tee on congestion of population popeIatloaXew ta taNew InNew
New York YorkMr YorkMr
Mr Morgenthau declared that there are are2ill aepeople areaiMell
2ill aiMell > ee of people ia n xrtnetyone of the thehvs t thelargest e ecidts
largest hvs et cities of the United t Dked States States aDd of ofthese etmaa f fthree
these many maa are dependent je t oa aa income incomeof lDcGmec
of c less ie a than ill itt N a year la twenty years yearshe yealSdedued yearshe
he declared this number would be beccubied becXubIed beaubled
ccubied ccubiedWhat cXubIedWhat aubledWhat
What a great service to this nation It Itwould ItoaW Itwould
would oaW br to solve then housing problem problemto
to make them healthy patriotic tJc citizens citizensthe dttuRsthe citizenthe
the mainstay Iostay of the republic instead ot otIeWag ofletting f fletting
letting them drift into 111 a disease infected WecteContlnue InfectedContinued infectedContinued <
Continued < on Page 5 Column 4 4DOG 4DOG 4DOG
Drags later and a Brother from fromRiver fromRiTer fromRiver
River When Jlen Canoe Upsets UpsetsTrtatoa UpscbTftatoa UpsetsTrenton
Trenton N J May x 2L IRev Rev E E T TFerry TFenT TPetty
Ferry pastor of the First Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PresbJtenaaCIIarda PresbyterianChuck
Church of MSrrIsr MecrtsvSe I and his b is brother brotherBev IKotIIsRev brotherRev
Rev Asa Ferry of Pbnadelpbia Ia were werervacued WernxteQ werera
rvacued ra scued from drowning W1IIab te the Delaware Delawareyesterday DW8 DW8y Delawareyesterday
yesterday y by BW Bob b a shepherd S epltwd dog dogowned deSTfte4 dogowned
owned Tfte4 by D the Korrisvule preacherThe preacher preacherThe PleaeherThe
The two preachers pr bad gone out fOr or a acance atdtJ aonce
once trip and the dog g which wWckpaaleil accom accompanied acpealed ¬
pealed them tlaeM t teak ok turns running ltg on the thebank t thebeak e ek
bank k and swimming ft I 1II lifer terr the canoe canoeHer caftiISeE canoeRev
Her E E T Ferry was sitting fe the thestar tilestMa theslurs
star slurs of the canoe euoe while Ms brother brotherpaotfted brotherIiwddle er erumed
IiwddleHe paotfted paotftedHe
He turned to s see o how Jao the dog g was get getting getting ¬
ting Htoog and te doing go eap capsized zed the thecanoe thecanoe
canoe Both men were good swimmers swimmersand swimmers1Id swimmerssad I
and 1Id ordinarily y would have Te bad no 4 4tknty dif difficulty erI ¬
ficulty te reaching me shore shoreRev s1Mce1tlv aboveRev
Rev E E T Ferry was seized seh ed with withcramps withcramps I IcnuaN
cramps aDd as he sank his brother want wantto W wantto Qt Qtto
to his rescue He made several eral attempts attemptsto attOi pts ptsto
to get bfe bl brother ashore and nd was Jtlmest almstexhausted Jtlmestexhausted dmested
exhausted ed when Bob arrived on the thescene theSCD thescene
sceneThe scene sceneThe SCDTbe
The dog seems 541 seemed folly alive to toWs his masters mas masters masters ¬
ters danger er and swtusni swimming ag up befcfad befcfadhim beJIOO11Im bei4ndihid
him 11Im seized him 1M hl iar ar the dtea coat > 8t and dragged draggedhtei draggedh dragged1dm
htei h ashore T Tllen ea he returned Je and ren rendered ren4Ier yendevtid ¬
dered similar assistance asrktaDee to Rev Asa AsaFerry AsaPerrT AsaFerry
Ferry who by that dale was so wORk woakthat wORktut weakthat
that he was lIS unable to make headway headwayagainst headwaygal headwayagainst
against gal 3t the swirling current currentFrncinpr CUlTeittFrndn1 currantFencing i
Fencing = Boards DOA1h 9175 tZ Per 100 Fe F Feet
Frank Libbey Co 6th st at and N Y F ave a e
I IS UNDER finE finELa
La Follette Assails Corpora Corporation Corporation Corporation ¬
tion on Senate Floor MoorWATEES FloorWATERS FloorWATERS
WATERS STOCK HE SAYSProgressiresU SAYS SAYSProgressivesMake SAYSProgressives
ProgressivesMake Progressives b Make nice Strong Fight Fightin Fightin Fightin
in the Tariff Debate DebateFinance DebateFinance DebateFinance
Finance Committee Attacked for forGuarding forGunrdlng forGuarding
Guarding Paragraphs In Bill from fromMembers fromJlcmber5Senntor211 from3lemberee
Members Jlcmber5Senntor211 Senator Give Evidence Evidenceof
of Strain Due to Longrdrawnout LongdrawnoutDiscussions LongrdrawnoutDiscussions LonzdrnwnontDlscusdon
Discussions but Senator Aldrich AldrichDeclInes AldrichDeclines AldricliDeclines
Declines to Adjourn Until MondayThe Monday MondayThe Monda MondaT1Ie
The Senate S mans ewe more than usual prog progress progress progroes ¬
ress yesterday wittt the tariff ter bill bflLThe billThe billThe
The day was made mad memorable by an on onslaught onslugbt onstaught
r rby
slaught on the National Carbon Comp Compay Compayby Com Comby aif
by Senator La ToUette te of Wisconsin Wisconsinwho Wk Wlsebnsinwho ns n nOJM
who denounced 8ee ea0 that corporation as a atrust 8tntst atrust
trust that controlled ce the production of ofhighgrade otWgh ofhighgrade
highgrade Wgh carbons cart and bed been able ableto abletDseaara ableto
to tDseaara secure by means of a jeIt Joker a a heavy heavyincrease h heavyIncrease a7 a7Jacrease
increase te duties te the Senate bill over overthe oerUte overthe
the rates ia the DtegJty hew lawSenator hewduty JawSeIIa1er
Senator Lodge 1 who bus guarded the theduty theduty
duty oa carbons with especial care read readnnandal readftarmda1 readhasandal
nnandal reports to show that t the com company compIUIJ company ¬
pany had a capitalization of St RauJUQO RauJUQOpreferred anal ooa X01preferred ooaprefecred
preferred stock and andiiilblN SMMt common common and andthat aldthat andthat
that k paid only medeoUe iam dividends dividendsSenator dividendsSeaatw dividendsSenator
Senator La FoBette replied that thecommon the thestock thec
c stock was water er The de debete de deDat debate
bate Dat was fact aad furious and Senator SenatorBnrton SenatorBctoR SenatorBuxton
Bnrton of Ohio came to the defense of ofthe oftile ofthe
the carbon company t < watch be asserted assertedwas assertedwas assertedwas
was not a trust truston tnI8tAlter trustAlter
Alter Xr 1 FoIIe bad sipeken twice twicetile twiceof
on the anbject t Seasisr Hale tried to in invoke nWlke invoke ¬
voke the rule against ham which pre precludes pre precI1Ide5 preeludes ¬
eludes a Senator from speaking g more morethan moret morethan
than twice OB tb tile some subject sasf ect in nnc nnclegislative o olegislative e ele1Watte
legislative day Mr La Palette wM wwihad wMhad W 1 1hH
had gained recognition before Senator SenatorHale SenatoolHae SenatrHate
Hale raised the question of order neat neatsidestepped neath neathslde neatsidestepped
sidestepped slde teltpe the rule by saying Jibs that he herose iSrOM iorose
rose to offer an amendment IIetIt to the tb pend pending pendlag pondlug ¬
lag amendment me e Ih1 eat t and Vice Ice President Sha Shaman Sh Shc r rI1UUI rman ¬
man sustained him Baffled Mr r Hals Halswithdrew HiLs1tllMlr Haigwithdrew
withdrew 1tllMlr his question of order and Mr MrLa MLa MrLa
La FofleUo F wtthdrwr ate amendment amandmenTvnte amendmentProgressives t tlhes
Progressives lhes ShoIVStr Show Strength Strengthvote ngth ngthftte
vote showed the greatest strength strengththe strengtlt strezigtithe
the progresBlvs Pragi lye ReonbOsans Be Repub as sad Demo Democrat Dem Demcras Democrate ¬
crate have yet been able to muster Dlust r tho thocommittees e ecommittees
committees 5 amendment t being carried l b b0DIy bonly > r ronly
only seven eR majority maJerit7TIle majorityThe majorityThe
The fpltewteg following Republican Senators Senar3voted Senatorsvoted Sena 0T3 0T3w
voted wkh with the Democrats to sjpport sjpportMr S SIr sappt3t
Mr La FoBette Beveringe e Brisrow BrisrowBrown BriserVBrOWB BrfsawBrown
Brown Burkett ett Ctapp Crawford Curr Currwins CU CUalas Curnwias
wins alas Curtis Curtis DoWver La FoUette PolI tte ant anlNeisoa aniTIte antNelson
Nelson NeisoaThe NelsonThe
The Fteanee Commiue Ittle encountered eeoaaterede arr unexpected arrexpected
expected e opposition CJjlJlIJ tloa among Its erstwhile erstwhilesupporters ustwiasupporters erstwhesupporters
supporters wines wnen it tusk up the thesa para paragsaphs paragapbe
gsaphs sa te the glass schedule Finally Finallyby FnalI FnalIa Fina Finaby
by agreement a ellteBt tftese were e passed over overand oe7aa oversad
and a farther bearing will be given gittnUte T v rthe vthe
the committee to thoee persons inter interested inte7este interested ¬
ested estedAA esteua estedAn
AA amendment was added to para paragraph pa3grapll paragraph ¬
graph UK zvteuteg reIa to steel wire wire by add adding adims addlag ¬
lag the following Wire metal metalcents metalcNls metalscents
cents per hundred and 9 per cent a ad adJoAIR advalorem I IvaJorem
vaJorem The wire na3 paragraph paragraphwent p8Tagi2r p8Tagi2rweat paragrapwont
went over agate as did paragraph rap 12 12retethtg l lreJa 1relating
relating reJa to mmeml substances substancesSenator substaDcesSeDatDr sebstanceeSenator
Senator Heyburn H m demanded greater greaterprotectioa greaJelprotecUo greaterprotection
protection for tuassten and Senator SenatorDick SeIatorDIck SenatorDick
Dick insisted that ferrosiocoa should be beincreased beIncreased beIncreased
increased from I 4 to 5 C a ton Senator SenatorAidrlch Senat SenatAldrldl < r rAldrich
Aldrich was willing to grant Mr Di DHts DHtsdemaad Dik k s sdemand sdearead
demand but as the result of a misunder misunderstaadiBg mtsunderS misunderstanding
standing S with Senator Heyburn over overother oe oeether overother
other features of the mineral substances substancesparagraph substaDCE3paragraph substancesparagraph
paragraph the matter tt went ov ovetrlnel over overWeariness r rWeariness
Weariness etrlnel Evident EvidentThere ETldentThece EvidentThere
There was a manifestation mamf of wearinessover weariness wearinessover we T ntSS ntSSMer
over the tongeoRttaned tariff debate yes yesterday ye yet yesterday ¬
terday t Senator Bailey of Texas asked askeiChahman askejCbaInnIm askedman
Chahman man Aldrich of the Finance Ptaa f Cm Cmalttee > ni nimittee
mittee to agree to an adjournment nt ot O1UJltiI o rr oruntil rraoday
until j aoday He complained that his hisi hisLad
i bad accumulated accmMIla during dada the period periodit periodit perioda
it it a which the Senate had been meeting Dl Ung at at1t
10 oclock and expressed expr the opinion tat tatother tatotber tatother
other Senators were laboring under un eT the thesame itat itaI tiesame
same embarrassment embarrassmentT t
I T I doubt net that the Senator from froraRhode fromP fromRhode
Rhode P Island has even a larger accurra accurraiaticn acct n nlaticu tI tItieD
iaticn tieD of unanswered letters said sa d MrBad Mr MrBaBey r rBailey
Bailey Mr Aldrich nodded his assent assentThe assentThe assentThe
The The people of Rhode Island may ma mato T be beailing > e etvilHag
ailing to allow their letters addressed addresselto dTessel dTesselto
to their Senators go unanswered ed but butthe bOltUte batthe
the people of Texas do not stand for forsuch fo fos4IC forsuch
such a thing Senator Bailer said that thatbe thatbe shatbe
be sometimes regretted r eued that so narr narrpeople r ra 11 11people t tpeople
people In his State knew bow to write writeI writeI writeT
I T I think if I could thud a community communitywhere nommuni nommuniwhere mur t teee
where eee nobody knew how to write writeI I IreIDOft Iwould
I would remove my resMeace r there bt btn nt ntte t ttIIat
te that case it would undoubtedly be beBepubllcaa a aBepobHcan noBePablicaa
BepobHcan caun community alty which would not notsend rte r > t tsend
send me tie the SenateSenator Senate SenateSenator SesaaS
Senator S nator Aldrich DeclinesAfter Declines DeclinesAfter De Ilne IlneAfter
After this pleasantry Senator Aldrich Aldricha Aldricheecl Aldrichannounced
announced a aooneed eecl that he positively eIy would rn rnafcref 11ta s t talas
alas a to an adjournment adieu nnnt over He said saidthat saidt saidthat
that t tbe he thought Senators owed a duty dutyto dut dutto dutyto
to the country to meet every day r ard ardconoid ar1con d dcoaelder
conoid con or the bin until uut it was disposed ofSeaam of ofSeantsr ofBILiIeJ
Seantsr Bailey lIey then asked sit far the tls firTfiS firTfiSf fl ng ngef ngf
ef f a date for a vote on the Income tax taxamendment 18 taxamendment x xam
amendment am t and Senator Senat Aldrich repi rfpadlat replied repliedthat > d dthat
that be It would be glad te agree to a atime adIM atines
time for a vote on the bill and all amer amerd amerdtnkit3sa j jmeots
Its meotsSenator tnkit3saSeaatcr
Senator Sellat r Cummtes rose to inquire if techairman the thechairman theclratnDrm
chairman meant to imply that tbIit he wou wCi as l i dnOt icot
cot consent C to a vote on onUte the income tax taxameastaeat taxanae taxamendment
ameastaeat anae unless a vote was taken take et atthe etthe
the same me time on the bill Mr r ATdric Adrirl i iadmitted iadmitted
admitted that that t was bin position positionSenator positionS
Senator S Dtitor Bailey then matte a confession confessioni conessn conessnto
i to the Senate He admitted that the in incorner income
corner tax amendment 1MRt was swing 1e ground grounddaUy grounddaily
daily daD in the Senate Senatei Seaater
i T L f feel eel the ground sipping from under underray unde underav undermy
ray feet said the Senator SeDIt tom Texas TexasContinued TeusContinued TexasContinued
Continued on Pagrc 4 4 ColumnGood Column 5 5Good 5Good
Good Furniture Fnmltnrent at Auction AuctionThe AuctionThe net1ou net1ouTate
The cu contents Tents of a t flat with contrfb contrfbttens rontrbtIeRs contrbtfsas >
tIeRs from private homes and storage storageconcents sto storagece e ecomprising
ce concents seta comprising furniture tw lture for for a = I Iparts lparts tits
parts its of the house wi w wlUbe l be sold at Sloan Sloan14W SJoanC e el4
l4 14W 1 G sL st today at M 11 Brougham m caricie car1c carteeand e eand
and other vehicles at XL XLBoards 1BOlrds Lv LvBoards
Boards for Shralblnc 1 17 Per 300 Ft FtFrank t tFrank
Frank Libbey Co 6th st lOt and N N Y are av

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