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1 1RESULT
DIES is ft ii HOSPITAL HOSPITALRESULT HOSPITALRESULT
RESULT OF BURNS BORHSFrederick BURNSFredelicI BURRSFrcderi
Frederick Frcderi k S Clinton Loses LosesLife LosesLife LosesLife
Life After Struggle StruggleGAS
GAS STOVE IGNITES CLOTHING CLOTHINGAmuses OLOTHINGArOUSCH OLOTRINGtrnuscs
Amuses Family I amih I In Bffort 1o Smother Smotherthe Smotbertbe Smothertile
the Pinnies 1ilamclIllouml Wound Isylnis Iyhi InHonsl InHonsllile 11110nl1le 1n8oni1ble
lile on Floor I uor of o Kitchen Intellcnln In Dying DyingCondition DlnglUclition DyingjindUoim
Condition lUclition AVlien IIu Tnktn to 1OJl41httt1 1OJl41httt1Brentlicil Un lloijtltnl lloijtltnlBrcntheil itnl itnlllrtnthcII
Brcntheil Flnmcw Into His Lung LungFrederick Iuugrederictt LimigFrederick >
Frederick < 8 dtoton cua tweatyflva t tWt7 IIv 14 y 7eanr 7eanrold Y1old w wold
old 917 Eighth 1hh street rtcrt ueytlMe oithest ll llCasualty t tCasually tCasualty
Casualty Hospital yesterday y afternoon as asa astL Ua
a result Of hums humsHe banaLHe burnLHe
He sustained the Injuries IDJ about 4J 4Joclock 411 411oclock 4 4oclock
oclock la the morning ruht while preparing preparinga prerh prerha
of ofhomt his hishome hi hihome
a cup up of coffee In the kitchen
home Alone in the rom roOm Clinton made madeHeroic ma4e11erolc ms41e1eroe
Heroic efforts to save Ms life He called calledfor caUedfor cllulThr
for aid bat It reached recb him too late latePhysicians atePhy ttsPhysIeImn
Physicians Phy c1au at t the thbopItt hospital saw a glim glimmer glimmer gliummner ¬
mer of hope for the life of the M patient patientwhen patientwhen 1ent 1entwhen
when he was wa admitted adn tted to the Institution InstitutionHe lD8tltutionlIe 1ntitutIonHe
He was given every medical aid With Without Without Ylth Ylthout ¬
out regaining regfifliU cooseiousnesB co CO3C1OUfl he gradu gradually IJAduclly radu raduuhly ¬
ally saifk a Death occurred at t 3 oclock oclockXatijse oclocknti oclockaU
Xatijse nti of Ohio 011 io
Clinton was wft a native of Ohio He came cameto caJt8fu caineto
to this city with his parents about six sixteen stxteen aixteen ¬
teen years yoar ago When vilen he left ett school schoolhe IIOhcJolJ18 achoolle
he le entered the employ ploy o7 of a painter and andworked andworked aMworked
worked for years at the trade Hecently HecentlyClinton RecenU RecenUCUnton Bt1yClinton
Clinton had been employed as clerk in ina inB IntL
a tea store at Sib H street northeast northeastHe north northlI northatBo
He lI worked rked there th6r with his hi brother Leslie LeslieClinton lAIIlle1ntop LashteClintop
Clinton 1ntop aged eel twentythree and a friend friendFrederick rrsedFrederick blindFrederick
Frederick Battenflekl Battenft kl twentytwo years yearsold yeaNold yersold
old of 915 91 Eighth street northeast northeastBattenfiold nortbeutBattenfield northeniLBattenhioki
Battenfiold and Frederick Clinton were wereout wcr wcrout trt trtout
out with friends Saturday night D ht It was wasabout wasabout aa aaabout
about 1 oclock yesterday terday morning when whenthey wtMntheY whenthey
they returned home Battenfleld BaUen el < l bade badehis badehis badehis
his friends frIen goodnight oodniht and entered his hishome hlahome hisi0Zfle1
home which adjoins the tim Clinton home homeClinton hOlneClinton homeClinton
Clinton entered the house looked the thedoor thedoor theioor
door ioor and walked to the kitchen His Hismother Hismother Illsmother
mother Mrs Emma Clinton and Ida litabrother hilibrother Idabrother
brother were afleep all iep on the floor above aboveClinton OveCUnton aheveClinton
Clinton did not wish to awake them He Halighted Helighted Helighted
lighted two jets jet on the gas range ra In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the kitchen sat down In a a chair and andwent adwent andwent
went to sleep sleepIt aleeIIt sleepIt
It is presumed he slept until alter alteroclock 4 4oclock 4oclock
oclock At that hour he was heard heardmoving 1teRrdmoving heardmoving
moving about It la thought thop Lt he started startedto
to place a 8 coffee pot over the gas i flame flameand amtand flameand
and allowed his clothing dothlu to come COsU In con contact CODtBct contact ¬
tact with the fire fireTha ftrerhe fireThe
The first knowledge his mother and andbrother aIM aIMbroth andbrother
brother broth had of anything wrong came when whenthey WMatthey whenthey
they heard stamping mplnc In the kitchen The Thanolw ThQl1018fl TherioIe
nolw was made by Clinton who was wasfighting wasfighting wasflghting I
fighting the flames He made a brave braveattempt braveattempt braveattempt
attempt to save himseU hlis but found he hecould hecould hecould
could not combat the fiN loDe It burned burnedthe burnedthe burnedthe
the clothing from his body singed his hishair hI1air hishair
hair 1air and eyebrows e0W8 scorched the skin skinfrom skinfrom skinfrom
from his face and neck and burned his hishands hlahands hishands
hands and andWhen ama aMnsWhen amaWhen
When LeaVe Clinton heard the cry of ofHelp ofHelp o ohelp
Help Leslie LealIe help the young man manjumped manjumped manjumped
jumped from bed d and ran rJA down stairs to totne tot totue
tne t ne kitchen where the smoke oke was stifling stMingLeslie 1IttAtftCLeslie stiflingLeslie
Leslie Clinton CI ffttt his way toward the therear tlterear theI
rear I ear door When halfway across the theroom UNroom theroom
room his foot struck UM form of his hisbrother h hbrother hisbrother
brother brotherLeslie brotherI
I Leslie Clinton opened the door to torear a arear a arear
rear yard aa Mrs ri Clinton hysterical hystericalwith h7Sterlca1with hystericalwith
with fright ran Into the th room and knelt kneltbeside kneltbeside kneltbeside
beside her eldest eldeston son He was w ancon unconscious 1IDCOQseloW anconeIOu ¬
scious eIOu The mother sent her younger youq son sonfor 801for sonfor
for help while she tried to restore the theinjured tileInjured theIajured
injured man to consciousness consciousnessAfter eODRIouaIaeaAfter conscIouSnessAfter
After an interval of five minutes In Inwhich inwhich inwhich
which time the house was crowded with withneighbors withneichbora withneighbors
neighbors who ran i en to offer assistance assistancean utaacean asstaaco asstaacoan
an ambulance arrived from Casualty Hos Hospital Hopital Ho Hopith ¬
pital A hurry run was made to that thatinstitution thatinstitution thatInstitution
institution institutionDetermined institutionDeterminell InstitutionDeternmliietl
Determined Ills Condition ConditionClinton ConditionClinton ConditionClinton
Clinton was carried into the emergency emer emergencyroom ener enerroom j jroom
room The burned rags were removed removedfrom rerDOV1Mttrom removedfrom
from him Lotions were applied after afterwhich afterwhich afterwhich
which the patient was given ven stimulants stimulantsPhysicians sUmulantsPhycJau stimulantsPhysicians
Physicians saw the arms would have to tob tobel tobe
b bel amputated if Clinton lived An ex examination examination oxamninatlon ¬
amination of the mouth and throat showed showedhe bowedhe showedhe
he had swallowed flame flameClinton aIDeClinton flameClinton
Clinton died without speaking His Hismother IU IUmother HImother
mother and brother were present The Thebody Thebod30 Thebody
body was removed to o an 5 undertaking undertakingestablishment undertakln undertaklntstabl18hment undertakIngestablishnienL <
establishment Arrangements ArraDK are being beingmade bel belmade beingmade
made for the funeral Coroner Nevitt Nevittwho NeYlttwho Nevttwho
who made an investigation issued ued a cer certificate certlflcateOf certilicate ¬
tificate tlflcateOf x of f death due to accidental burning burningPoliceman burniR burniRPolleeman burningPolleemaim
Policeman J W Pierson of the Ninth Ninthproelnot Nlftlhprollnet Ninthproelnot
proelnot investigated tipted the accident He Hediscovered HedlscoCred Hediscovered
discovered nothing which might ml ht lead to totho tothe tothe
the belief that Clinton had died front fronjother flOftJother frontother
other causes than an accident accidentTAFT sooldentTAPT oa1dentTAFT
TAFT ACCEPTS INVITATION INVITATIONVII1
WILl Attend Banquet of Antionnl AntionnlHoard XatlonalJour ntlonaihlosirtl
Hoard Jour of Trade TradePresident TnulePresldet TradePresident
President Taft bas h accepted an invita invitation InvUation invitation = ¬
tion to attend the banquet of tbe National Nationaloard Natkmald Nationaloard
oard d of o Trade to be held in this city citym cIt3in
00 m January M MThe9resident 6j 6 6ThePrnddent
j > The9resident probably JRObablY will deliver delivershort it itshort a ashort
short address s Vice President P t Sherman ShermanSpeaker SMrnIanSpeaker Shermanspeaker
Speaker Cannon Secretary Seeretar Nagel of the thaDepartment UI UIDopartmftt theDepartment
Department of Commerce and Labor and andoter MdoUMr andottr
oter wellknown men will make speeches speechesaleo lpeech lpeechaiiO speechesalso
also Postwaster General Hitchcock will willapeak willmpeak willepeak
apeak Oft the th parcels post postTowns P ltTOWDS postTowns
Towns and cities in thirtyone States Statesof Stat Statof Statesof
of the Union will III be represented repre ented at this thisconference thisC thisconferenqe
conference C through delegates from their theircommercial theirrom theircommercial
rom commercial mercia 1 organizations Many Ian topics topicsof topiejor toplciof
of national Importance will come up updiscussion for fordiscussion for1tscU88lon
discussion at t the session which will pre precede precede procede ¬
cede the banquet banquetLargest banquetLargest banquetLargest
Largest Morning Circulation CirculationCapital Cirou1ationCupltnl CirculationCapitol
Capital nHd ftfl Hd d Surplus SurpJut5Z00000 SurpJut5Z00000For 52200000 52200000A sZOOOOOwIiI
wIiI wIiIA
A Bank Account AccountMeans AccountMeans
Means Profit ProfitFor
For the depositor if opened with withthe withthe withthe
the banking dept of this com company company cornpany ¬
pany Interest paid on all ac accounts accounu accounts ¬
counts subject to check Con ¬
ducted under Govt Supervision SupervisionTSafc SupervisiontlSafe SupervisionttSaf
TSafc ttSaf Deposit Boxes rented rentedUnion i 1 yr yrUnion r rUnion
Union Trust Co CoEDwum CoEDWARD
EDWARD J I STELUVAUEX StXLLWtiE TI1LLWA1Ef5th i neiidont neiidontlath rmIdcnLlath
lath and II Sin X NW W v
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THE STRICKEN TOILER TOILERHe
He labored on the railway track It his s task would brfak br tk alc a ahorses ahorses ahorses
horses back he tugged at things that weighed a ton and ancia all the thetime thetime thetime
time the sumnter sun blazed down and cooked him where here he hetoiled hetoilcd hetoiled
toiled and still lc worked though fried and broiled I grieved grievedfor grievedror grievedfor
for this poor I0 section man who drank dranl warm water from a can and andate an anate andate
ate rye fQ bread and greenish cheese cl ese and had big blisters on his hiskncdSs hiskne hiskIICti
kncdSs kne Ods Qds fish I quoth I when day is dead methinks you youstraightway youstraiglltway OU OUstrnightvay
straightway go to bed too laborworn to heave a sigh as wounded woundedsoldiers woundedsoldiers voundcdsoldiers
soldiers go to die Thats where youre off the toiler said saidIm saidIm saidIm
Im in no rush to o go tp bed you must be talking in a trance trancetonight trancetonight trancetonight
tonight Im going oing to a dance I Gadzooks 1 thought I I and eke ekeods ekeods ekeocis
ods blood My tears have streamed a briny flood because of all allthe allthe allthe
the cares and woes the hornyhanded toiler knows And it would wouldseem w wouldseem l1ld l1ldseem >
seem from what 1 1lenrn learn that he has ha fun and some ome to burn Gad Gadzooks Gadzooks Gadzoks
zooks again it seemed plain pln n that weeping wcepin in ill this world is isvain isvain isvain
vain WALT MASON MASONCtt lHAsoNtClNrtllat IASONciwiit
tClNrtllat Ctt ifet tt Uf 10 leCsss Gforte Matthew Ultew Adams dA
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SPIRITUALISM SPIItITUALISM DEFENDED DEFENDEDlnstor DEFENDEDl DEPENDEDIauitor
lnstor l nstor lliiMMull HeulttreH Wicrc 7 Ntist Ntistlie > Iut Iutlie IIlNtIIc
lie Something Smiernnturul SmiernnturulIn
In his lecture on spiritualism last night nightat nlchtat nightat
at Memorial M morftll Church M and Twelfth Twelfthstreets TelCthstreets Twelfthstreets
streets northwest the pastor K C Rus Russell RUIHI1 Russell ¬
sell said in part partNo partNo partNo
No man can reasonably rEMUlO a blt > deny there is issomething IIIIOmetldn issomething
something IIOmetldn supernatural Jiupernaturalln in what is known knownas knowna
also he headmitted beaclmltled h hadmitted
as a 5 modern spiritualism It must
admitted that much which wl ch purport p rpor to toof tobe tobe
be spiritualism bi mere trickery or orof alelgt alelgtof
of hand Those however who label all allof a11 a11o allof
of the miraculous manifestations of this thlcmodern th thmooern thislanders
modern movement as a htunlHir will be bethe bethe bethe
the first to embrace it when It has k ins been beenreally beenrealr beesireally
really demonstrated to them that there thereIs thereI thereIs
Is I something in it really phenomenal
FOR ADJUSTMENT AJiiIENP OF STRIKES STRIKESInternational STRIKESInterIla STRIKESInternational
International InterIla tional Conference Will Open Openat Openat Openat
at Willard Today TodayCompulsory TodayCOl1lpnbor TodayCornpnhsory
Compulsory Arbitration of Ulflfcr UlflfcrcnccH Dillerenec DhlYcrences
cnccH Between Labor Lnltor and Capital Capital3Iny CUDitnlIa Capitaliny
3Iny Ia iny lie Kceommcndeil KceommcndeilTo
To effect e ect permanent organisation fr frarbitration fDrarbltratloft feearbitration
arbitration between labor ana capital capitalthe capitathe capitalthe
the first tnt international conference of all allgovernment anIl 11 11government
government Il VeraMtHlt boards of mediation will be beopened beopened beopened
opened this afternoon at the New Wil Willard Willard Witlard ¬
lard Frederick Klump of Detroit will willcall willcaU 111 111caU
caU the session to order at i oclock oclockWorking oclockI oclockWorking
Working Work in conjunction with the Uni Uniform Uniform Uniform ¬
form Legislation Le tion Convention COaenU representa representatives repreaentUVM reprmenteettves ¬
tives of all 11 the States where labor trou troubles troubI trouhiss ¬
hiss bI are felt will consider the beet way wayto wayto wayto
to settle questions likely Ukel to lead to tostrikes tostrikes tostrikes
strikes Canada and Mexico will be rep represented repI represented ¬
I resented and offlclal of the legations legationsand le legatlonsand aUolUI aUolUIand
and embassies will t11 be invited to attend attendCompulsory attendCompu1acwY attendCompulsory
Compulsory arbitration of every differ difference difference differmon ¬
ence between manufacturers and rail railroads raJIroads railroads ¬
roads a4 a Jabor r may mal ma be recommended 1 ommepd6d to toCongress toConlr toCongrc
Congress Conlr The State officers attending attendingthe attendingthe attendingthe
the conference fee will Ill work teward bringing bringingabout br1 brjigingabout gln <
about general 1 laws law to tattle disputes disputeswithout dlttputelwitbout disputeswithout I
without foisting fua desteuetrre deIIt strikes on onthe onthe onthe
the public publicUntil publicUatll publicUntil
Until the conference goes into a a perma permanent permaMnt permasent ¬
sent body no set schedule ef t meetings meetingswill JMfJttnpwill meetingswill
will be made but sessions on will last at atleast atleast atleast
least three days The following will par participate participate participate ¬
ticipate ticipateww I IWHBun IWiDi8a
WHBun ww Alton taitfc itb United UIIiWietdIJaa State S Senator SenatorMkftfcpa SemterMiian
Mkftfcpa ietdIJaa P I A Actood daacI deputy sUsMnr of lAW UborCanute lAWartia Laborhnada
Canute iUrtin > A x Kaapp mip chainpM Interstate InterstateOnssBiiri IDtentateWuhlDlta1 IDtNItedeIsTte
OnssBiiri Oonmteion Wuhtoftan D C CtuurlM CIwIMI
1 KviU ta oHaaMoDtr nnoMr Bureau of Labor Wuhtav Wuhtavtoo WalbtDttoll Wadnrtosi
too D C Ralph RI U L Katie JIuIey iMey chafenan euautiv euautivWUKil euw euwtIMI8C enzUie enzUiemmdl
WUKil National Chic Federation Xw York J JU JT 1
U T 14 Kodny Dtp DeSrtIpSt rUpt it t of International I Attain AttainPtttwhawa Ailaiftlmma AfiataIesnyvnha
Ptttwhawa i John frindrisan thief mwttator Bo Boitaa Do1f11 lktime
itaa of Mediation and Arbitration New York U UJ 0J 3 3J
J Dote DcJ1e Nfxrcwntatt at th the governor iernor of litmus litmusII IlttnoUIt i
It F SbMBy chairman of t baud of MbttnUJon MbttnUJonIBiei artJitrUIoftImoa irlstrsd irlstrsdIflimis
IBiei Joseph J Bishop wwreUry State Stat board ar artannuon utioD artitathin
tannuon tioD Ohio a T Warner Vom < and Harry Skxmb Skxmblabor Skwhlabor
labor ooMmtMtomr Indiana 1 Iad ana VFiUanl Want nowtond nowtondehatnura JIowlMlddlatnlau UowIau UowIauthatran
ehatnura State board of o eondHadon CtJNI and artau artautea arbitftL arbitftLUcla arItaUcs
tea Ucs MaaaachuaeUs eUs Robert E Eo Dtarton Dunft S Samuel muel K KHaine K KJIaba XhIsuacs
Haine and Alden M Flag FlaK board of arbitration arbitrationand arWtationand
and conciliation Maine J B Eo OArka OBri4a OBri4ame rmeatstile tpmnnta tpmnntati
ti me of the mmnar ot o Florida P J Rephjr and andJ aDdJ
J 1 A t Werqrr roptnatitim H of UM atofe fi Jof of u Mon Montana Mestam 1 1baa
baa Owxge eorp ecrg U Oflktte H V Mwnr 1 and W WB WK WL
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IOta iu Iatrick PUbun P bun State labor iannctor Km Kmi XCDtD Xntucay
i tacky and Frederick I Klump chatenan State itiM court courtof aMIrtvi aertiedlatlcs
of mediation and arbitration uWtndoDWEATHER Midjigan MidjiganWEATHER LiddssnWEATHER
WEATHER CONDITIONS CONDITIONSU
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of State Governors GovernorsCOUNTRYS GoVelllOrsOOUNTRY GovernorsCO1TNTRYS
COUNTRYS S LIFE THREATENED THREATENEDGrowing T THREATENEDGrovIng EATE1TED EATE1TEDGrowhll
Growing Ccntrnlizutiun Ccn Cciiriiliziitioii lnlizntin Uuccriiiin UnccrtlliuStntuK lineerliihttStatus UuccriiiinStatus
Status of Sin to KlKrhts and I Inek Inekor LateLof < ituk itukof
of Uniform nI orm Iinva 11t lintlc AVvnkiictNeH AVvnkiictNeHof Meitkiicsseof cnline6IHK cnline6IHKof
of American a S SyutCIuI Sj Pltcm tcin Say SItC S Former FormerGdltor Porius fnrJlHrEIlltor er erEtlitor
Gdltor of Saturday Evening lust IuatGrowing lustGrowi LostGrowing
Growing Growi centralization at the th seat of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the national government the shifting Ittklc un undignified UDdlplW gadignified ¬
dignified uncertain hl status of State rights Irlptiland rightsand righlsand
and the lack of uniform laws Ii according accordingto On1 On1to
to to William TWlam George Jordan of New York Yorkformerly YorkformerlY Yorkformerly
formerly managing mantn editor of o the t Ladies LadiesHome lAcUesHome LadIesHome
Home Journal and fIt 0 editor of the theSaturday tJMSturdJl theSatwday
Saturday SturdJl Evening Post artf iGUUatt iti three threebasic tlar tlar1MuIJc threebasic
basic weaknesses weak In the American merka sys system qatem ys ystern ¬
tem of government governmentMr p OVti1UHO1tMr YftftJJUIftt YftftJJUIfttfr
Mr Jordan contends they are 0 creeping creepinglike creeplqlike creepinglike
like a a blood poison through tb the body bodypolitic bodypolitic bodypolitic
politic threatening the very life of the therepublic tb6ropublle therepublic
republic kUItR killing the soul IOtI of soifgoveca soifgovecaraent Hlt Hltmeat aoifgererameat
meat meat though perhaps not its I form de destroying 4e 4eftroyinlJ dostroylng ¬
stroying Its essence though perhaps per pll not notits JIOtJt notIts
its name nameMr nameMr nameMr
Mr Jordan claims J to be th tho originator originatorof or orot
of the idea of the House of Governors Governorswhich Oovenaorawhich Coveruorswhich
which body should I have the duty to dis discuss d dcus dl dlcuss ¬
cuss all questions pertaining to the public pubtlcwelC publicwfrs publicwelfare
welfare welC which are neither within the theprovince tbeJKDvtn theprovince
province e of Congress nor of the various variousState variousState variousState
State legislatures for legal l action actionJordan actionJorlun actionJordun
Jordan Submitted iden idenMore irleirMore den denMore
More than a a year before President PresidentRoosevelt PreadcJentRoo PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roo invited the governors of the thedifferent thedUrerent thedifferent
different States to this city to deliberate deliberateand d dILftd deliberateand
and discuss on tho question of conserva conservation eoeaeryation eceservathou ¬
tion of natural resources Mr Jordan Jordansubmitted Jordaa8ubmiUed Jordansubmitted
submitted to the former Provident Pro tdent th thid the theidea < i iidea
idea id of convoking the executives of tb tbStates the theStatu theStates
States for the purpose purpo o of deliberating on onquestions aDque unquestions
questions que tiou owwernlng OOIIC2ernla the public and to totake tntake totake
take uniform action thereon to be in inturn fatum inturn
turn brought bro g to the attention of their theirrespective thetrreNlcth theirrepectIy
respective reNlcth State legislatures le < lMlaturesor for or action actionPresident acUonPreatdO actionPresidont
President PreatdO t Roosevelt saw R the wisdom of ofMr orMr ofMr
Mr Jordans suggestion who at the time timealso timealIIO timealso
also mailed a pamphlet containing contalnJ his hisviews h hisv1ew l lviews
views to the various rlous governors awl awladopted andadopt d dadopted
adopted adopt d it in calling together the guy governors 30emora guyirnots ¬
ernors in this city cityRelief cityRellA cityRelief
Relief is promised by Mr Ir Jordan if a athird athird athird
third body is I created cre tod which may discuss discussgreat dl8cuugreat discussgreat
great national questions He asserts the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house of governors is the proper thing thingIt thlqIt thingIt
It is 1 to b b8 organized nlHd in this th 5 manner mannerIt mamerIt manneralt
alt It hi proposed that the governors overnont of the thefortyfive thefortyftve thefortyfive
fortyfive Status 1W1 ISO meet annually annuallyfor annII annIIfor annuallyfor
for a session of two to three weeks to todiscuss todiecUA todiscuss
discuss diecUA consult and confer on vital ques questions quUONI quesUona ¬
tions alfecUn affecting the welfare of the States Statesthe Stat Statthe Statthe
the unifying of state laws httw and the closer closerunity cIoIerunity dourunity
unity of the States as a nation Tbe Tbehouse TbeboUM Thehouse
house of governors would liave 1M o law lawmaking 1wmaking lawmaking
making powers po nor should it ever aspire aspireto piN piNto
to such power powerTheir pctwerPhclr powerTheir
Their Action General GeneralIt GcncralIt GeneralIts
It It force would be in initiative in in inspiration inaplratl Inapiratiun ¬
spiration aplratl n and JHl in influence The governors governorswould Kovernorllwoukl governorswould
would seek to unite on a general basis of ofaction otaeUon ofaction
action on w great questions to b b6 submitted submittedto
to the legislatures of the different States Statesin Stat Statin Stte StteIn
in the governors gOYIr oyeriiors 1ors message It would wouldseem wouldJIeeIft wouldseem
seem that an n august 8U t dignified body of offortyfive oftortylive offortyfive
fortyfive governors representing their theirStates theirState theirStates
States with the lawmaking power of for fortyfive fortyftV fortyfive ¬
tyfive legislatures behind them should in intune IntlIne intime
tune become an inherent part in the theAmerican theA theAmerican
American A rf an idea of selfgovernment and sin a apowerful apowerful apowerful
powerful ftfctor for good in the nation nationMr DlLUonMr nationMr
Mr Jordan is deeply doep Interested Intcr08t d in his hisIdea bIBId hisidea
Idea Id of solving questions which have tried triedthe tl14dthe triedthe
the ingenuity of lawmakers for years and andwill andwUl andwill
will be present at the sessions Ions of the thehouse thehouae thehounc
house of governors which will nt meet t in inthis Inthis inthis
this city this week weekIECTURES WMkLECTURES weekLECTURES
LECTURES TO FRIENDS FRIENDSMr
Mr Ir AVHImr Dcolnvcs Lltcrnllnm I Bane llnncof llnucof Baneof
of Religion Growth GrowthSpeaking GrowthSpeaktag GrowtltSpeaking
Speaking in the Friends meeting meeUn house houseyesterday houMyeeter honesyesterday
yesterday yeeter morning mornin Henry W Wilbur of ofSwarthmore ofSwarthmore ofSwarthmore
Swarthmore Pa declared that literalism literalismhad l iltorallsmhad tBnllsmbaa
had been the bane of religious growth growthand b7owthand growthand
and progress pr eH the world over overJudaism overJuda18m overJudaism
Judaism crystallized around a literal literalinterpretation literalInterpretaUon literalinterpretation
interpretation of the tli law he said at atthe attho atthe
the expense e or Its theistic and aUI ethical ethicalteaching ethicalteachlft ethicalteaching
teaching < Turning away from the letter letterand letterand letterand
and placing our reliance find our alle allegiance allelanct nileglauce ¬
giance lanct on the th spirit will bring men and andwomen audwomen andwomen
women safely through the present transi transition tranalli trmtnsjtiolt ¬
tion li n period with its indifference touch touching touehlnar touchlug ¬
lug the letter leU of religion to the tho high highground highround highgroumi
ground round of an exalted faith faith and tho life lifeof lfoor lifeof
of the th spirit spiritMr apiIlLir spiritMr
Mr Wilbur will attend the meeting next nestSunday nextSundlly nextSUDdO4T
Sunday and will 111 spend s Ud the th week in inWashington inW InWashington
Washington WashingtonDuty W WashingtonDuty hinctonDut
Duty on Suspenders Reduced ReducedAssistant Ucc1ucellAni8tant ReducedAialataut
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury TreasuryCurtis TreasuryCurtis lrefCiUfCU1tis
Curtis who is in charge of customs customshas cotomshas customhas
has banded down an opinion op nlon holding that thatsuspenders thatpenders thatsuspenders
suspenders penders mantle lJI1l e of cotton or of which whichother whichother
other 00 vegetable e etablo fiber ber Is the component componentmaterial componentInaterml compOnentmaterial
material of chief value not embroidered embroideredby embrot orod orodby
by hand or machinery m shall hereafter hereafterpay heroofterpay hereafterpay
pay a duty dut of 45 per cent ad a < 1 valorem in instead InItead Instead ¬
stead of 80 per r cent ad valorem as has hasheretofore huheretofore iinheretofore
heretofore been charged chargedChristian chargedii chargedII
ii II i Christian Xanders XandersLAiET XandersII fl flfi
fi XX XXVRGINIA XXVRGINIACLARET VIRGINIA VIRGINIAfi
fi CLARET CLARETPaaoq LAiET LAiETH it itft
ft H IVuaoaa for purity and quality A blood bloodearieher bloodU H
U earieher e UO 310 0 darn SSc bottl bottle bottlePaui1y jj
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MM TALENT TALETA A HIT HITSaengerbund HITSaengerbund lilTSaellgerbund
Saengerbund Junior tT Branch BranchGives BranchGives BranchGives
Gives an Entertainment EntertainmentPIANO EntertainmentPIANO EntertainmentPIANO
PIANO SOLOIST IS APPLAUDED APPLAUDED3IIRX
3IIRX 311 Mildred llldcr Plnys 1ln 1t with Pin FlnIHh PinIsli lu luI
IHh I of IVelinliue and Understand Understanding UUllerJlhuHIlngSeconal himideriulamidhiuSecozd ¬
ing lngSeconal Seeoiid Concert of Arlon Ge Gemuigverciu GeSIUtgCrelll Gesutngverel
muigverciu a Attract Large Lii rge Audi Audience AUIUcucerlle Au ul I IcnceTlue ¬
ence cucerlle The Turnverelii Mntertnluu MntertnluuOnce JntclhthIHOnce BuiteitnhimsOnce
Once overy year the Snongerhund at affords atforda atfords ¬
fords its budding Puderewskis Kube KubeHks Kubena Kubeliks
Hks and Tetrazzlnis an opportunity to totake totake totake
take possession of its music hall and con concert ooncert concart ¬
cert stage and prove to their elders it Is Isnot Isnot isnot
not only Germany and ud other European Europeancountries Europeancountrlea Europeancounttjes
countries which produce vocal and instru instrumental In instrumental > tru trumental ¬
mental artists but that this Utl country also alsoranks alaorank alsoranks
ranks rank RS a first power in tho cultivation cultivationof
of the muse and the production of poets poetssingers po poetssIngers tJ tJsinger
singers and musicians multlela
The Saengerbond has every reason to tobe tobe I
be proud of its junior branch and a d nood neednot noodnot noodnot
not worry abottt there not being bet a enough enoughmaterial enoughmaterll enoughmaterial
material on baud to continue its career careerof oar oarof GLWof
of idealism Wea11amA IdealismA idealismA
A large and onlhusUsllc 0001 audience gath gathered gat gattcd gatliered
ered at the auditorium of the club last lastnight lutnlpt lastnight
night to t hear the annual Young Youn Talents TalentsConcert TalentsCoacert TalentsConcert
Concert consisting r ot f a programme of ofvocal orvoeal t tvocal
vocal and instrumental numbers all of afwhich ofwhlcb ofwhich
which were carried out to the credit of ofthe otthe ofthe
the participant participantAll puttclpantlAll participantsAll
All Satisfactorily ntbfntturll Given GivenIt HheloIt GivemiIt
It would be difficult to state te which wl eh num number nU nUber numher ¬
ber deserved de > rved most praise asi for they were wereall wereall wereall
all satisfactorily given A piano solo of ofScarlattis otSca1latU8 ofScamlatils
Scarlattis Capriccioso by Miss X hIll 11111dred hIlldeed m mdred
dred Rider a pupil of Sites 111 Ethel Toskr Toskrwas TosterWILl Toidirwas
was played with a finish ft of technique and andunderstanding lidunder8taBdl amidunderstanding
understanding under8taBdl seldom to be found in one oneof oneor oneof
of such u h tender age The same may ma be besaid besaid i
said of Paul Schwans splendid vk VIoUIl violiftsolo > Mn Mnaoio I
solo Madrigal Madrt l by Simonettl Tha Tb tot following tolIowln totlowing ¬
lowing Iowln programme PfO ram was wu presented presentedItrae presenteduses
uses 1 MS aM vioU iIM duet d Cndfe SoafX I oeg 1 Itaasor ItaasorMb JIeoW1Iltemke lasnMI
Mb 1Iltemke MI ItaUrfce and Mr MruX Ori clan clanhtidIslun Mm MmItcdtxtton
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Mr Jacob 3aa Ksw KswAKrnctM KAHrnctM Kiw4tllrncts
AKrnctM Targrc Audience AudienceTiie AUIHenceThe atmidlcnceThe
The second concert of the season aaon of the theArion theMion he heAnon
Anon Gesangverein attracted to its itsclubhouse ItselubiloUM itsclubhouse
clubhouse hut night a large audlenee audleneewhich au authIencwhich teDee teDeewhich
which enjoyed a a proframino p of merit meritThe JDefltThe usedtThe
The proATamme was under wad the direction directionof
of Prof Karl Holer the musical director directorot directOrof directOrof
of the Arton ArtonTlie Ar1onThe r1in r1inThe
The cVfrOs numbers n were scUsTactorilr scUsTactorilrunr ractOliaU11lr imaUifactorllysung
sung unr hot but yet there th s waa a a aIck noticeable noticeablelack DOt 1e 1eJack
lack of understanding between Ntw the 0 vail various ftrtous vailoils ¬
ous parts the tenors seeming ma to tins in indetMndenUy iIIde independently
dependently de endenU of the t chorus and not In time timeThe UmeThe timeThe
The other numbers were we effective and andreceived U1received antireceived
received enthusiastic applause appa The pro proiramrofc proconmtecI progranule
granule consisted of the following followingOmtarc followingOmra OUowblonmw
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The Columbia Turnvereht also enter entertained IItertabled entertamed ¬
tabled its members friends and invited invitedguests InvitedIU8IU invitedguest
guests with music song and recitations recitationsLively recttaUonLUvely recitationsLively
Lively Interest was shown throughout the theevening tb tbeveQiDg theevening
evening by b the members in the plans for forthe tottbe forthe
the new gymnasium building and the thepreparations thepteparattou thepreparations
preparations which are under way for forthe forthe forthe
the Bextrkaturnfest or district turner turnerfcst turnerrest turnertest
rest which is to take place pla e in this city cityin c1tyla cityIn
in June Preparations are also under underway underWl7 underway
way to make this years masquerade ball ballthe bIllIthl bailthe
the biggest thing tbt of its kind that ever everhappened e1trhappened everhappened
happened in Washington WashingtonMISSIONARY WaabJn WashingtonMISSIONARY ton tonMISSIONARY
MISSIONARY DAY OBSERVED OBSERVEDEpiscopal OBSERVEDEpISOIUll OBSEIWEDEPISOCIIILI
Episcopal Sunday SUIlt1a Schools S < 11001A hold Rnl RnllicM Rnllie lintIteM
IteM lie In Pour Churches ChurcliexMissionary ChurchesMIssionary ChurbesMissionary
Missionary day was U observed by Epis Episcopal EpisCOpal Episcops ¬
copal cops Sunday Sunda schools in Washington by byrallies byTallie byrallies
rallies > held h ld yesterday at the Epiphany EpiphanyChurch EpiphanyChurch EpiphanyChurch
Church Grace Church Georgetown and andSt andSt andSt
St St Marks Church ChurchThe Churcheeond ChurchTh
The Th second > Sunday after tho t1n Epiphany Epiphanyaccording Epiphanyccordlnl Epiphanyaccording
according to the custom la i especially especiallydesignated ENlpecla1lYalmted especiallydesignated
designated for these meetings by which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the Sunday school children may bo edu educated educatoc1 oducated ¬
cated to the true value alue and nd better under understanding understanding understandIng ¬
standing of missionary work Rev Pat Patrick Patrick Patrick ¬
rick Murphy delivered the address ad re s at the theChurch theChuroh theChurch
Church of the Epiphany in the afternoon afternoonbeing afternoonbGinK afternoonbeing
being assisted ted by Rev G Freelaiul Peter Peterand Peterand Peterand
and Rev Re Jesse e Blcknell Rev Re Mr Murphys Murphysaddress Murphysaddress Iurpbsaddreu
address was mainly maIn on missionary work workin workIn workin
in Idaho of the rapid growth of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church especially in the new ne towns Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day schools from Epiphany Church Epi Epiphany Eplphany > I IPhan ¬
phany Phan Chapel St Pauls Church Church Churchof
of the Ascension St Andrews Church ChurchChurch ChurchChurch ChurchChurch
Church of the Incarnation and St Lukes LukesChurch Luko LukoChurch LukesChurch
Church attended attendedAt attendedAt attendedAt
At St Marks Church Rev Re Canon CanonAustin CanonAustin CanonAustin
Austin assistant pastor of St St Thomas ThomasChurch ThomasChurch fhomtUJChurch
Church officiated About SCO children childrenrepresenting childrenrepresenUn chIldrenrepresenting
representing all the Episcopal Sunday Sundayschools SundayIChools Sundayschools
schools ea eat t of the Capitol attended His JUsaddress Hisaddress HISaddress
address on on missions outlined the work to tobe tobe tobe
be carried on and the part done by the theSunday theSunday theSunday
Sunday schools schoolsRev schoolsRev hooill hooillRov
Rev Dr R K K Massie I sfe preached in the themorning themorning themorning
morning before the Sunday school chil children children childccii ¬
dren dren who met In Grace Church George Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown ¬
town Owing to Bishop Harding Hatrdin 8 ab absence sbMnee absence ¬
sence from fr m the city he was unable to at attend atteP1 attend ¬
tend the various meetings according to tothe totho tothe
the annual custom customInft cu customIaft tom tomInft
Inft Goes Goc to Church ChurchPresident ChurchPresident ChurchPresident
President Taft went to service yester yesterday yesterlay yesterday ¬
day morning at All At Souls Church Churek1Jnl Churek1Jnltanan Uni Unitarian Unittin ¬
tarian and heard Rev U G B Pierce Piercepreach Piercepreach Piercepreach
preach on the futility of wealthgather wealthgathering wludth thor thorInK
ing Late in h the afternoon the President Presidentwith Presldont1th Presidentwith
with 1th Capt A W V Butt nutt his military aid aiddrove aJddrove aiddrove
drove Into the country countr in one o 0 the theWhite theWbite theWhit
White House automobiles and walked walkedback w walkedbark Jkrd Jkrdbaek
back backWhile baekWht10 barkWhile
While you think of It telephone your yourWast your1t yourWaut
Wast 1t Ad d to The Washington Herald Heraldand Horaldand Heraldand
and bill will be sent you at 1 3 cent a word wordt
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ROBBED ROBBEDBY BY NEGRO NEGROMrs
Mrs A I Shoemaker Has Handbag HandbagSnatched HandbagSnatched HandbagSnatched
Snatched from Her Hand HandMrs H HandMrs nd ndMrs
Mrs A A A I Shoemaker of 1008 Twenty Twentysixth Twentysixth Twentysixth
sixth street northwest t yesterday report reported reported reported ¬
ed to the police of the Thfrd product productBlie proclnctRhe precinctsite
site had been robbed of her handbag hanc1bft by bya hyn bya
a negro pocketbook snatcher tcher in front frontof frontof frontof
of her homo about 990 oclock Saturday Saturdaynight Salurdaynlsht Saturdaynight
night nightThe nlshtTho a aThe
The police Instituted a search Tor tho thothief thothlof thethief
thief but ho eluded capture Mr PLea Shoe Shoemaker SMematter Sheemaker ¬
maker dMsrlbed lH Jbed the nero In detail Th Thpollen The Thepalte Thepolice
pollen believe l1ello he h will I be caught caughtMrs au caughtMrs b
Mrs Shoemaker was u returning returl home homealone hoot hOMalone
alone Her Itandlig contained conialn cl 150 in insilver Inal1or insilver
silver several car tickets tieke and a few fewtrinkets fewtrinketM fwtrInkets
trinkets Site swung swuis the tb pu purse mire from her herhand herhand 1mevbrind
hand by a strap strapAs strapAM strapAs
As tho woman was about to enter ento entohouse tit tithouee Utft UtftboUle
house a negro Jumped from behind a atree atree atree
tree wrenched the be bag from her grasp graspand VIPaoc1 graspand
and fled Mrs Shoemaker was amazed amazedShe am amSho amazedSite
She stood still and watched the negro negrorun negrorun negrorun
run When he h disappeared < she entered enteredher enteredher enteredher
her homo and aiim told relatives of o the theft theftOn lbeftOn theftOn
On the advice of friends she reported reportedtho reportedtho reportedthe
tho Incident InclQent to th the police Detectives are areassisting areassisting re reualitlnt
assisting in the Ut starch for the negro negroIN nesroIN negroIN
IN HONOR OF DAMHOSCH DAMHOSCHJubilee DilIROSCHJubilee DAMROSCHJullJcc
Jubilee Concert ConC rt Ia b Given liy It Au lew lewYorl > v vYork yYorl
Yorl Symphony OrohuKtrn OrohuKtrnThe OruJulltrulbe Oruheuct ru ruThe
The National Theater was filled with Ith a abrilliant 8brilUant abrIlliant
brilliant audlei autlIeMe e last night the ocra ocrastofi 0CMilion occaslout
lion being the silver jubilee concert OOft 4llt by the theNow theNow theNow
Now York Symphony Orchestra in honor honorof honorur honorOf
of the twentyfifth year of Walter Dam Damroschls DamltMIr DamroschZi
roschls ltMIr s career as a conductor conductorIf eGfductor eGfductorHe eo ductor ductorHe
If He e took up the work at the death of his hisfather hI8la1her hisfather
father Leopold Damroscb in UK 135 since sincewhich Idaeewhich sincewhich
which date he has enjoyed a distinguished distinguishedcareer dist1Dp18bedr distinguishedeareer
career r as a a conductor of opera oratorio oratorioand oratorioand oratorioand
and symphony lie has b labored Incas incessantly IneeslULl Incaslastly ¬
lULl for the elevation of musical leal taste tasteand taateand tasteand
and tbe rendition of highclass hclau music musicAlthough mmcAltbouartt musicAlthough
Although at first his h path may not have haveiKon hav havMon havebioit
Mon altogether aho rosy he is now > recognised recognisedas
u a leading leadS factor tor in 1 American musical musicalaffairs JltuMcaJafta musicalaffairs
affairs affairsThe afta affairsThe Irs IrsTh
The programme J1IO last night was short shortbut abortbut shortbut
but interesting covering coven in a limited limitednumber ltuaitednumber Ikaitednumber
number of selection Hlectlou a wide range e of ofcomposition otcomlMNlitlGn ofcomposition
composition The heaviest Interest Inter t and andapprobation andapprobaUon andapprobation
approbation of the evening was w given givenperhaptf givenperIm veo veoperba
perhaptf perba perIm to the prelude preJ 4e to Lohengrin Lohengrinwhich Lobencrmwhich Lobengrhiwhich
which was splendidly given It is remark remarkable remarkabte remarkable ¬
able for its sustained melody serving MrVln to tointroduce toIntr04uce toIntroduce
introduce an opera which rbleh perhaps more morethan moretbaa inertthan
than any other served to t Insure the rep reputation r reputatloim p pulaUoa ¬
utation of o th the great reat German muter An Another AD ADot Anothr ¬
other ot brilliant t rendition was that of Don DonJuan DonJuaa DonJuan
Juan the symphonic poem by It Richard RichardSkrauss RiobardStra Richardfitiu
Skrauss Stra fitiu and Haydens variations on the theAustrian thedona theAnetrian
Austrian national dona hymn h was also very veryenjoyable vwyoaJorabie veryone
enjoyable enjoyableNew oaJorabieNew one oneNew
New numbers Dum played by the orchestra orchestraCor tnfm orchestrainr
Cor the first time were Scherzo opus opusti OpIi opusby
ti by Gottmark and Russian Song Songby 8on1r 8on1rby Songby
by HlmMkyKomakoff R KonaIIO < The latter latterevolved te teevohrod Isevolved
evolved from a Russian peasant son sonThe song aoDSOThe songTb
The Tb Towing Pole and hi aa attractive attractiveexemplification attraettYeaeaapHftcatton attractivexemlflcdon
exemplification of the th elaboration a of folk folksong folkby folk11tg ¬
song > 11tg by a master technician and at atperiods at11G6I1 atperiofis
periods is full of semibarbaric vigor vigorThe IeorTbe vigorThe
The whole programme ae was highly en enjoyable eajoyable enioyabis ¬
joyable and received reetv an artistic inter interpretation 1ALerprftaUoq imiterpretkUo ¬
pretation by the orchestra under the tbedirection thecUrecUon thedirection
direction of Mr r Damroscb whose work workto workIs workIs
Is distinguished dltdqu by two characteristics characteristicsthe chanctenUcathe
the first st of which confprislng co conprlsing as a it does doesthe doeI doeIthe iio iiothe
the dual requisites requl itea of perfect knowledge knowledgeof knowledcor
of the musk and perfect control of the theorchestra tbeorcbe theorchestra
orchestra orcbe tra must enter into the work of ofany of ofany ofny
any ny great eat conductor while the thlIfJeOft thlIfJeOftWbicb second secondwhich ancon anconwhich
which is the entire absence of eccentrici eccentricities eceea eccantrielti 1d 1dII ¬
ties ti ta not altogether a necessary D de departure de departure dopSrUire ¬
parture Judging front tike actions of some seinereally somereally me mereaU7
really good conductors ctM The betaIkrtw programme programmefollows programmeMIows
follows taIkrtwPAaT
PAWL PAWLL PAaT L LL I II
L I ajtsphooy J Xa Q 5 Causer 0 0S a11 Jfeethi Jfeethia
S 3 J a Variation on the AssMoa TTattooal HTM HTMHi un Bjuslr
Hi Hirtortnateo lrhI
00 hI rtortnateo from to Petite lWIIa11rI MtasT X1MINt X1MINtlAZTl JfoMtt JfoMtt1AKT
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I Now ant tfcno tfcnoDELEGATES IDDELEGATES t tDELEGATES
DELEGATES ARRIVE ARRIVEFOR ARRIVEFOR ARRIVEFOR
FOR CONFERENCE CONFERENCEContinued
Continued from 1affc XIfC One Onethe ORetft Onethe
the tft Federal laws Ja controlling Interstate Interstateommerce IntentatelOID interstateesinmerce
ommerce will be w wen ll represents representsUniformitf repreteAtedUnlCormlt repres45tdLniformftl
Uniformitf in purefood legislation is teietnanded isnded isdemanded
demanded nded by a great reat many orgMiUattons orgMiUattonsbut rpnsaUOnbut
but will be specifically presented by the theWhotasale theWhohH1 theWhoIale
Whotasale Grocers Association the theWholesale tbeWholeeaJe theWholesale
Wholesale Druggists Association the theAmerican theAJnertean theAmerican
American Feed Manufacturers Manufactu Associa Association AISOcltion AssoctaUon ¬
tion the Farmers National Congress Congressami Coner ConeramI Congressand
ami the American Federation of Labor LaborThe LaborThe Laborrho
The principal demand te that the Fed Federal Federal Fedcmi ¬
eral law shall be adopted by the States Statesto Statesto Statesto
to prevent the present misbranding ml braadtDc and andadulteration udaduJ andadulteration
adulteration adulterationTo aduJ tellLUon tellLUonTo
To To ISncouriiKc Timber Growing GrowingA
A plan intended to be proposed ed in every everyState everyStato everyState
State in the Union to encourage timber timbergrowing timberrowinS timbergrowing
growing is I to be presented presentedAt
At the opening session this morning momin mominPr9 morningPresIdent inorninpPresident
President Pr9 ld nt Low will explain the inception inceptionof
of the movement lU vement and President Pre ldeat Taft Taftwill Taftwill Taftwill
will deliver the opening address He Hewill Hewill liewill
will be followed by Judge Jud Parker chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man of the committee on programme of oftha oCthe ofthe
the conference and Gov Wlllson WllI on of ofKentucky ofKentucky ofKentucky
Kentucky chairman of the executive executivecommittee executheoonunltti executiveconunittee
committee for the governors ernors conference conferenceA
A session will 111 be b held this th afternoon ll at attho attho attho
tho Arlington Hotel HotelThe HotelThe liotelThe
The conference conerence of the governors will willbo willbe willbe
be held at the Now Wllterd Gov Will Willsou W1lIsOu Wiflsolt
sou saW last night n ht that about thirty of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the executives would attend he thought thoughtOonaeRvatien thouptlJoft thoughtOonsetvation
lJoft OonaeRvatien atien will b be one of the principal principaltopics principaltoplCii principaltopics
topics taken up and laws regarding r the theextradition theextradition theextradition
extradition of fugitives from justice from fromone fromone freonone
one State Sta te to another also o will receive receiveconsiderable reuieconaJderable receiveconsiderable
considerable attention as will the ques question question quesflea ¬
tion of the incometax amendment amendmentState amendmentStnte amendmentState
State Hlghta Sentiment SentimentAs
As to conservation said GOT TVHlson TVHlsonthere Willsonthere Wilisonthere
there is I a a feeling celin on the part of a anum anumbar auto number autoher ¬
bar of the governors gov fOONi that the water pow power po poer penor ¬
er rights belong to the States rather than thanto thanto thanto
to the Federal government Many of the thegovernors thegovcrnoll thegovernors
governors also believe bel 1 that the income incometax lneometa Incometax
tax ta amendment should be submitted to totbe tothe tothe
the States StatesGov statesGor StatesGo
Gov Go Wiitaon does not take t e to the tbeHouse theHouQ thelouse
House of Governors plan which has hasbeen haabeen hasbeen
been suggested suggestedBoo < 1 1BOo
Boo much like the House of Lords Lordshe Lordshe Lordshe
he said W That vary title woufrl Hem to topresuppose toprOluppo topresuppose
presuppose e that the iitsttie house of goy governors goyernors ov overnors ¬
ernors had some legislative l slt1ve function It Itcouldnt Itcount Itcouint
count have and the name ta a a bad badone badone badone
one There seems to be no doubt bow however boweer bowever ¬
ever that these annual l Informal confer conferences CQltterences conferences ¬
ences of the governor Sovernotl will do a great greatdeal l greatdeal eat eatdeal
deal of good goodMtes 5QOdMIA goodMiss
MIA Mabel Bordman will give ve a a re reception receplion yeception ¬
ception for the governors and their wives wivesat wfvesat wivesat
at her home this evening and tomorrow tomorrownight tom tomorrownight roW roWnisbt
night John Hays Hammond 1 will entertain entertainat
at dinner the governors tbe members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the executive committee of the Civic CivicFederation CIviclederation CivicFederation
Federation and the National Association Associationof AlJI dtlonof
of Uniform State Law Commissioners CommissionersThe
The State executives have also been in invited Invited inltetl ¬
vited ltetl to the reception for the judiciary judiciaryat
at tho White House tomorrow night and andWednesjay andW andWctriesIny
Wednesjay W negJtly night they and their wives wiveswill wi wiveswill s swill
will b be guests of President r ldent 3Jtft taftat at t1lnner dinner
REGULARS BALKTAFT BALKTAFTOpposition BALK A1KTAFTOplosition TAFT TAFTOpposition
Opposition Is Shown to Pub Public Public Pithlie ¬
lic Land Policies PoliciesTHEY PoliciesI PoliciesTHEY PoliGicsTHEY
I
THEY ofoER SUBSTITUTE BILLS BILLSPresident BILLSIr BILLSlrcsiuicnt
President Ir tldcJJt Jlliyst Xow o Address Himself Himselfto
to Getting G ttinJ Organization Hepunli HepunliniiM IlcpuhlfCll1lN ltCpUIlimituis
Cll1lN niiM Into Line IlncJnJln Mnnn uml aioiulcll aioiulcllRefuse JlondellUefUHC Ionulehl Ionulehlltcfuzse
Refuse to o Fntlier AdministratIon AdiniitlstrntloiiMousurtrK AtlmlubtrntloullcUJnlrKDIHIIkoell AdministratIonMemismIresDIMII
llcUJnlrKDIHIIkoell MemismIresDIMII MousurtrK Dlwlikc lc Federal rnl Pinna PinnaOpposition lIui IIIIII IIIIIIOpPOlilt10n us usOpposition
Opposition to the Taft policies Is de developing developing developing ¬
veloping rapidly within the ranks of the theregular tlterecWar theregular
regular Republicans RepubllCl in Congress Congr It may maybe maybe mayho
be necessary soon > lor or President > Taft to toaddress toaddrcu toaddress
address himself to the task oC bringing bringingtha bringingthe bringingthe
the regulars into line lineRepresentative JlneRopreaentaUvQ lineRepresentative
Representative Mann of Illinois chair chairman chairman chairmap ¬
man of the th Committee on Interstate and andForeign andForolgn andForeign
Foreign Commerce who is recognized ae aeSpeaker aSpMker asSpeaker
Speaker Cannons first lieutenant on the thefloor tnodoor thefloor
floor of the House as a well as others Iden Identified IdenUIMd Ideatilted ¬
tilted with the organization or JIizaUolJ does not ap approve approve approve ¬
prove of the Presidents recommendations recommendationsfor
for changes chang in th the Interstate commerce commercelaw commerceIw commercelaw
law nor do < 10 o they favor the administration administrationplan adrntnNlraUonpin admInistrationplan
plan of Federal FeclerallneorporaUon FeclerallneorporaUonSuhtltute IncorporationSulmatitiute incorporation incorporationSubstitute
Substitute Bills Offered OfferedMr OfIcrd11r OfferedMr
Mr Mann has ha introduced substitute bills billsin bUillIn billsIn
in each eh case lIe objects objts to the inter interstate btt Interstat r ¬ I
state stat commerce court feature of the thePresidents tbePrdoata thePresidents
Presidents proposal for changes in the therate Utarate therate
rate law and objects to his h Federal in incorporation lacorporation incorporation ¬
corporation bill on ito ground that it is isan Jan isan
an interference with the t1l rights of the theStates theState8 theStates
States StatesRepresentative State8RffPINentaUve StatesRepresentative
Representative Hum does not stand standalone standaJ standalone
alone aJ in his hi attitude toward these the o two twoadministration twoadmlnlatrtion twoadmInistration
administration measures SW His objections objectionsto
to them them are shared sbar < tI by other members of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the committee oC which he is chairman chairmanth chtllrntnthe
th the very committee that must pass on onth onth onthe
th the bills before they the reach the Home HomeNow HoulltNo houseNow
Now No cotn comes s Representative Mondell of ofWyoming ofWyomJag ofWyoming
Wyoming chairman of the House Com Committee Commttte Cornmtteo ¬
mittee on Public Lands in opposition to tothe totI tothe
the tI administration plan of conservation conservationJSx couervaltonSIx conrvstlonSix
SIx bills were prepared by Secretary of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Interior BaJUnger proposing to put putinto putInto putInto
into law 1 reconunendatkms reccn contained cont Md in inthe inthe Inthe
the Presidents PresidentsOne messlsju messlsjuOne m mOM
One set et was Wa al forwarded to Chairman ChairmanMondell Chairmanoftdfll ChairmanMondell
Mondell > with the request that he intro introduce introduce introduo ¬
duce duo them t 8lft in th t tile House Hoae while another anotherset anotherNt anotherset
set was forwarded to Senator Nelson Nelsonchairman N Nelsonchairman e1aoft e1aoftchatnnaa
chairman of tb u Senate Committee < on onPttbtte onPubUcs onPublic
Public Lands LandsMr LandLJlr LandsMr
Mr Mnndell KcftiMca KcftiMcaMr Ucfultea1Ilr htefuseuuMr
Mr MondeU has refused to father the thebills t tw thebills
bills w on the th ground that they the do not notmeet notmeet notmeet
meet with his approval On the other otherhand otheraad otherhand
hand It is I the understanding uader > taAdtn that Mr MrKelson MrNeleoa MrNelson
Nelson will present the measures measuresMr meum meumMr measureeMr
Mr Mondell was on the outs with the theformer thefarmer thefiwmet
former a administration on matters Uers of ofpuhUehUMl ofpubUeJaad ofpublieland
puhUehUMl policy and nd h he was unsparing unsparingta
ta his criticism critic of the work in the In Interior Interior Intenor ¬
terior Department of the late Ethan EthanAllen ElbanAUett EthanAllen
Allen Hitchcock He H Is a strong at House Houseorganisation HouseorpDlUOft liouseorganluation
organisation man maaThen manThere manThere
There are IUPr as Mated six sb Taf TattBaJUnter TattBaJUntern TattBallIngerconservation tBallinger tBallingerconservation
conservation n Olt bills One provides for a aclacHification Itclu aclassification
classification clu of the public lands Jan an another another another ¬
other legalises withdrawals wlthdra waJ and provides providesfor providMfor providesiou
for further withdrawals wttJldra by the President Presidenta Pretddentthird
a third bill relates r t to waterpower sites sitesthe slteIthe sitesthe
the fourth bill provides for the disposal disposalof
of oil phosphate natural gas and as aspbaitum aspbaltum asphaltunt
pbaitum lands and the fifth for the sale salef uleel saleif
el f tIMber on teoteted tracts of govern government sovernJaeat governtue ¬
ment JaeatTh tue tltntls tltntlsThb tend tendThe
The Th sixth bill proyjr pro provi Jr irz fOr the leasing leasingof 1eutDgo leasingof
of coal lands on the tIN puMfc domain Here Hereis Herfwbat Hereis
is what Mr Mondetf speaking klDe generally generallyot
ot those tta bills says saysI
I am against the principle of most mostof mostof
of these bills and where wit I favor the theprinciple tbeprtDdple theptiudple
principle I am against the language JaDpa and andthe andthe andthe
the method the bill bills use to carry out outtheir outtIIeIr outtheir
their Ideas Why some 101ft of the th bills are arechildish arecl areChildish
childish cl klleh It la assumed that we have havebeen h8nbeen havebeen >
been sitting here these many years and andhave andhayo andhave
have been doing nothing about the land landlaws landlaws
laws 1 wa We W e have kept them up to date dateand dateand dateand
and every law a1 on the statute tute books is isexcellent Isexoellent Isexcellent
excellent excellentlnr
exoellentPnr
Far from Conservation ConservationWith ConsenntlnnWIth CoumservatinuuWhit
With regard to the tteiberselUas bill bfllIt billIt billIt
It is as far from a conservation bill as asIt asIt asit
It well can be It is about as had a ameasure ameaure ameasure
measure as has been suggested tecl for some sometime lOmetime seinetime
time It proposes i to allow a man to cut cutoff cutoft cutoff
off timber and then leave ve the land on onour onour onour
our hands As it Is now we require a aman aman aOman
man to t buy the land and the timber and andthen andthen andthen
then he conserves the timber and pas pastures puturn peathree ¬
turn the land landMr landMr landMr
Mr Moodell offered to Introduce the thebills thebUll thebills
bills by b request b but t this offer oti r was wasrefused W88refwted wasrefused
refused by the Secretary S4cret ry of the Interior InteriorAn I InteriorAn > terior teriorAn
An effort is I now DO being < made to get Mr MrMonde CrondeU MrMoadell
Moadell Monde ondeU to introduce the bill bins without withoutattaching withoutattchlng 1thoutattachla
attaching attachla the phrase phn by request to tothem tothem tothem
them
GIRL STRUCK BY AUTO AUTOMiss AUTOIb AUTOMiss
Miss Ib ainry Jlur Smith Sml1ht Sixteen Years Old OldEtacanuM Ohll Outlluucnpcs
EtacanuM l enpcli Serious Injury InjuryWhile InJur InJurWhile InjuryWhile
While walking 8lktn across North Capitol Capitolstreet Capitolstreet CapitolStreet
street street near N about 6 oclock last night nightwith nightwith nightwith
with two friends Miss MI Ii Mary Iary Smith six sixteen aixteen sixteen ¬
teen years eluS old of 308 31 V street northwest northwestwas northwlJtwas northwestwas
was struck by an automobile and knocked knockedto
to the ground She arapod serious in inJ InJuI1 Injury
J jury juryPoliceman ry ryPoliceman
JuI1Policeman
Policeman Thomas Biaasey of the Sec Second Secend c cnd ¬
end nd precinct who saw the accident ran rant raJlthe ranto
t to the assistance a istance of Miss Ues Smith He lift lifted lifted lifteti ¬
ed the girl in his arms and here her to tothe tothe tothe
the oiiice of a physician p1t ftcltlJt She was given givena
a ft stimulant stimulantJohn stimulantJohn stimulantJohn
John F Murrell of the Washington WashingtonWoodworking WuhlngtonWoodworking WashingtonWoodworking
Woodworking Company at SO Twelfth Twelfthstreet Twelfthstreel Twelfthstreet
street northwest was driving the ma machine machine machine ¬
chine according to the police Xo 0 blame blameis blameill blameis
is attached to Murrell as Miss Smith Smithgrew Smithe Smithgrew
grew e panicstricken when she heard the theautomobile theautomoblle theautomobile
automobile horn and ran in front of the themachine themachine themachine
machine Her friends kept out of the thepath tMpdth thepath
path of the automobile automobileMurrell automobllelIurrell automobileMurrelt
Murrell stopped tho car as soon as he hecould hecould hecould
could jumped out and ran ra to the assist assistance aMitMCO assistamice ¬
ance of the girl After she left the thephysician tbephysician thephysicians
physician oflke o 1ce he removed her to her herhome herhome herhome
home in the automobile automobileRAILROAD automobilRAILROAD automobileRAILROAD
RAILROAD TO RAISE WAGES WAGESLone WAGESLonJ WAGESLong
Lone Island Officials Consider 11 Jlhc JlhcPer Piveler ve ve1er
Per Cent Increase IncreaseNew IncrC18CXew IncreaseNew
New York Jan 16 ISA A general Increase Increaseof Increaseor increaseof
of 5 per cent in wages for M all classes of ofits orIts ofIts
its employes te being considered by b the theLong theL theLong
Long L Island Railroad Company This Thisinformation ThisInfonnatlon Thisinformation
information was contained in a a statement statementgiven statementgiven tlementgen
given out today toda by President Pre tdent Peters PetersThe PetersThe PetersThe
The increase will cost the company company0G companyIL companylwu
lwu 0G a yoar
Indianniiplis Lid Down DownIndianapaUe DuwnlndlanapaUs DomvuiindIanapolis
indIanapolis Jan 16 JiiMayol Mayor Shank save savethte gavethis AV8 AV8th18
this city another dry Sunday today todayEen toda todaEren todayEen
Een tho drug stores wore watched by bythe bythe bythe
the sleuths Five saloon loon keepers were werecaught W8reca werecaught
caught ca t in their places of business and andWrested andatrostld andsIrestd
Wrested sIrestd Thr Three o drunks were slated at attbe atUle atthe
the police station but they tb y had bought boughttieir boughtI boughttieir
tieir tH lr liquor last night The Th officers think thinkho thinkho thinkho
I ho town was even tighter today to day than thanast than83t thanaet
ast Sunday Sunda Sundayl
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SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESANNUAL NOTICEANMAr
ANNUAL A Xf1 Ar KEPORT OK n Tilt Thi CMOX I M TiXLST TiXLSTVaitptny TmT4MpaUY TtU4Tomanuy
Vaitptny omanuy of the be District of Golunbu to the Comp Comptroller jfopotroJIor Coniptroller ¬
troller of the CUrreno toiCDo flrment a requited by Hacftoo K KArt Itct 15ct
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Notice hi hereby her herebyglvon hy given that on and andafter antiatt4r andafter
after this date Edward Ploy Cwerly eaI will willrepresent wiltrepreeent willrepresent
represent E E F BUTTON It CO as man manager manSer manaer ¬
ager Ser of their Washington Whln on branch bran h office officeThomas oOkfTbomaIJ omreThomas
Thomas L L Hume having withdrawn withdrawnfrom wtthdrawnfrom withdrawnfrom
from the joint management man < ement to continue continuethe coaUJUthe continuethe
the local stork tlMk exchange business on onhis onhis onhis
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When it Is a question of getting out outa outa outa
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