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THE WASHINGTON HERALD THURSDAY JANUARY 20 1910 a
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OBSERVE BIRTHDAY B1RTHDA1OF BIRTHDAYOF
OF GEN R E LEE LEESons L LEESons EE EESOIlS
Sons and Daughters of Dixie DixiePay DixiePay DixieFay
Pay Tribute TributeGEN TributeGEN rributeGEN
GEN GORDON WAKES ADDRESS ADDRESSDcNcrlben ADDRESSDCficrlbea ADDRESSDeNcrtbe
DcNcrlben Virgrininns Part ut Ap Appomattox Appomnttox Appomattox
pomattox Chancellorsville and andGettysburg nUllGettY8burg
4 Gettysburg GettysburgIartia1 Martial Music of Civil CivilWar CIIlnr CIvILWar
War nr Days DnYJII Distribution of Orossen Orossenand OrOIHeMnnd OroseMand
and the Enthusiasm Features FeaturesCelebrating lentnrcalCelebrating FentnreCelebrating
Celebrating the birthday of o Gea Ge Rob Robert Robert Robert ¬
ert E Lee chieftain of the Confederacy Confederacymore Confedertlcmore Confederacymore
more than 690 sons and daughters of Dlx Dixieland Dlxifland Dlxwland ¬
ieland crowded the ballroom at the Ar Arlington Arl1ngton ArIlngton ¬
lington last night nl t Gen G W Gordon Gordondelivered Gordondelivered GordondelIvered
delivered an eloquent eulogy of the dead deadwarrior deadwarrior deadwarrior
warrior of the South SouthMartial Southfartlal SouthMartial
Martial music of the days of II con constant constant constant ¬
stant enthusiasm and apptauaa and the theannual themnual theannual
annual ceremony of distributing dl8trJbuttn crosses crossesto cro croeeesto es esto
to veterans and their descendants de cenduit made madethe madethe madethe
the evening a stirring one to the South Southerners SouUterners Southerners ¬
erners ernersWe ernersWe ernerswo
We know of no martial achievements achievementsgreater achievementsgreater achIevementsgreater
greater than those of this tn splendid Vir Virginian Virginian Virginlan ¬
ginian e said Jd Gen Gordon after ho had haddescribed hadde haddescribed
described de rlbed Lees part at Appomattox AppomattoxChancellorsville Appomatt AppomattoxChancdllorsvllle x xChancellorsvUle
Chancellorsville and Gettysburg Vir Virginia Virginia Virginla ¬
ginia gave Leo to the South the Con Confederacy Confederacy Confederacy ¬
federacy gave him to the world and the theworld thoworld theworld
world gave him to Immortality ImmortalityQuotes ImmortalityQuotes ImmortalityQuotes
Quotes Northern orthern Statesmen StatesmenGen StntcsUenGen StatesmenGen
Gen Jordan quoted Northern statesmen statesmenand statesmenand statesmenand
and historians to bear out his statement statementthat statementthat statementa
a that Lee was wa no more a traitor than thanWashington thanYashln thanWashInton
Washington WashInton Yashln on He said the Southern load leaders loaders loaders ¬
ers fame belonged to the nation now as aswell aswell aswell
well as to the South and that his name namewas namewas namewas
was dear in every State StateCommander StateCommander StateCommander
Commander Holmes Conrad presided presidedand presidedand presidedand
and Rev Dr R H McKim opened the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting with prayer Mrs J Griff Ed Edwards Edwards Edwards ¬
wards sang Dixie accompanied by Dr DrClifton DrClifton DrClifton
Clifton P Clark and the Confederate Confederatechoir Confede1tchoir ConfederatQchoir
choir sang several war hymns Rev Dr DrW DrW Drw
W T Thompson gave the closing bene benediction benedcUon benedcUoa ¬
diction
Veterans Receive Medals 3IednlaThe 3lednlsTho MedalsThe
The following veterans and descendants descendantswere descendantswere descendnUwere
were called forward one by one and re received recelved recalved ¬
calved medals from Commander Comm8l1 er Conrad ConradW
W A Aifckreon Company A Virginia VmrI 1JpIia Caralrr
Dianrshus Ball Company I First Fi Maryland Infan Infantry Infantry mientr ¬
try tr Robert R 1x > rt B Hwbee arbet Company C < MRP6D H IICvaT1 Sixth Virginia VirginiarTalry Ylrgialaualr
rTalry ualr R F Brodwater Company A Fbrtjtbird FbrtjtbirdCftTRlry FortythirdCan FntythtMCaTairy
CftTRlry Can rr Opt ct Benjamin Brown Company II Nine Nineteenth NIB NIBtpenUl Nheteentiz ¬
teenth Virginia Infantry J W Carter Chews Chewsliattny Chews Chewsn chewslcattry
liattny n ttltY Ashlys Aab s C Cavahy f valry ry R G Clarke Company CompanyK
K Thirtieth Virginia Infantry mnreit G W iv D De Shfeldc ShfeldcCooper1 SbieldlCooper ShIe1dperi
Cooper peri Vinrfnte Batten John Baptist P Par y Com ComXany Ccnxmany
many 1 any P Sarenth Virginia Candiy Cavali G W V Gaines GoinesCompany GaillCOIIIpMY GainesoThPanY
Company oThPanY D Seventeenth Vifxlnia Infantry 1dant John JohnV Jo JoG Jonc
V c Gairijjm G Oarrin n Company K I Eighth Virginia Ylrrtn Regi Regin Regimt flegiTpt
mt n t J Join JOfl m M Lot LGft Company II Fourth l ourth Virginia VirginiaCaralry YIrtiDialIfalQ VirginiatavsJry
Caralry lIfalQ Dr W V P Moncure Company F Forty Portyserenth Fortyseventh Fortysenth
seventh Virginia Infantry W V R Teller Teil + r Company CompanyA ComJl8D1and
A and Twelfth Virgin Virginia Regiment T W y yt Turo TurMr TurMrOIIIpanJ r rCompany
Company t OIIIpanJ F Sewnteeeth Virginia Infantry InfantryIMwcc JnfantzyUdeoa Iniant Iniant11t1e
IMwcc G Cnrtw Curt JW sister fet r of B F Carter Com Comr CemIIOJ Camray
r ray > my B Fortythird Virginia Cavalry CavsIr Mill MUIaDeah MUIaDeahtJ1 Dean Deansm
sm 54 < tJ1 of Mill Deen Company C Twentyseoood Twentyseooodsnith Twent1 ODOd ODOdli1Uth
snith 1tl Carolina Volunteers IJ1 l > n H C KMnscbmfck BOH BOHf oj oji
i f H a 0 KldaschmMt Third Arkansas Arinerent Infantry InfantryMtrenco ImlUlttyn
Mtrenco n renco rent Thomas son of Samuel W WAhbs Thomas ThomasUhbjrB 11IomIuh
UhbjrB h s Virginia Cavalry Laurence > > Washington WashingtonRon
Ron n of 0 John Joh Augustine Washington lieutenant colo coloon Io IoL o ot1
L t1 on rtaff tstr of Gen Robert B fl Lob LobUNION Lee LeeUNION LccUNION
UNION FLAGS DECORATE DECORATEBUILDINGS DECORATEBUILDINGS DECORATEBUILDINGS
BUILDINGS IN LEES HONOR HONORSjedal HONORiledal RONORSInVIl
Sjedal tfl The Wellington w Washtngt ingtnn Herald HeraldRichmond UerahLRichmond era1d era1dRlchmonc1
Richmond Va Jan 19 19Lees Lees birthday birthdayIs
Is I a State holiday Virginia as well as astio ast asto
tio t 10 other otherSouthern Southern States took ok occasion occasionto
to honor hOfl the th day dlL Suitable exercises were wereia wereservoo werelserved
ia servoo rved here and in other parts of Vir Virginia VlrInla Viriia ¬
ginia Inla iia In Richmond tho Hollywood Me Mejnorlal lleJnorial Mejnoril
jnorlal Association held memorial exer exeridea exerdllfft exerispg
dllfft idea at noon In the Second S cond Presbyterian PresbyterianIhurch PresbyterianCtlurch Presbyterianthurch
Ihurch Banks and schools were closed closedThe closedTho closedTh
The Th Richmond Howitzers fired a 0 salute
of twentyone guns this afternoon In Inhonor Inhonor inhonor
honor of o the th dead genral genralLocal genralLocal genraLLocal
Local buildings were decorated with withConfederate withConfederate withConfederate
Confederate and Lnion flags In many manyinstances man manInstances manyinstances
instances the striking feature was that thatonly thaton thatonly
only on I Union flags were used u ed In the deco decorations decoratioM decorations ¬
rations This was looked on o as an un unusual unusual unusual ¬
usual tribute to Gen Lee It It4s is said that thatthe thntthe thatthe
the Idea was done with Intent to show showpatriotism sho shopatrloti8nt showpatriotMm
patriotism and honor to one who fought foughtfor fouhtfor foughtfor
for State but loved the welfare of the thenation theIN thenation
IN nationLEE nation nationLEE Uon UonLEE
LEE EXTOLLED IN NEW EW YORK YORKConfederate YORKConfetlernte YORKConfederate
Confederate Veterans Indorse Inllor c Vnnh WnMhIngtmsn Vnnhingrtnii VnhIngtnn
ingrtnii Memorial Hall HallNew HnllNe hailNew
New Ne York Jan IS ItNearly Nearly JOO men and andwomen andwomen andwomen
women of the Confederate Veterans Camp Campof Campof Campof
of New York dined this evening evenln at the theWaldorf theWaldorf theWaldorf
Waldorf in honor of Robert E Lee Later Laterthere Laterthere Laterthere
there was dancing in the Astor gallery galleryCommander galleryCommander galleryCommander
Commander Edw Owen of the camp camppresided camppreakled camppresided
presided He opened the speechmaking speechmakingsession speechmakingessl speechmakingsession
session essl n with a short declaration d dechtratln lRrat1n regarding regardingthe reganllngthe regardingthe
the project of the George Washington WashingtonMemorial WashlngtonMomorIal WashingtonMemorial
Memorial Association for the erection of ofa ofa ofa
a memorial hall in Washington WashingtonA VashlntonA
A resolution was unanimously adopted adoptedthat adopt adoptthat adoptedthat
that the Confederate Veterans camp camppledged CAmppledged camppledged
pledged itself in support of of this project projectThe projoctThe iwojoctThe
The commander then Introduced with a awarm awarm awarni
warm compliment the daughter of a agallant 8gallant agallant
gallant Confederate general who was wasafterward wasafterward Wuafterward
afterward in the Federal army Miss MissWheeler lU MissWheeler s sWheeler
Wheeler daughter of Little Old Fighting FightingJoe FIghtingJoe FightingToe
Joe The enthusiastic tribute which Thleh the thediners thodiners thediners
diners paid Miss Wheeler was such that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she was Impelled to arise and bow her hersmiling hersmiling hersmiling
smiling acknowledgment acknowledgmentAfter asknowledgmenAfter asknowledgmenthAlter
After the President and the army and andnavy andnvY andnavy
navy of the United States had been beentoasted beentoasted beentoasted
toasted Rev Ernest M Stires as a son sonof sonof sonof
of Virginia opened the flood gates g tes of oforatorj oforatoIJ oforatory
oratory in extolling Gen Lee LeeCol LeeCol LeoCol
Col John L Shepherd of U S Grant GrantPost Gra1tpo GranPost
Post po t G A R followed with an oration orationfloriated orationflorlated orationflorlted
floriated as that of Mr Stires StiresWilliam StiresVUUam StiresWilliam
William J Hendrick former attorney attorneygeneral attorneygen attorneygeneral
general gen rtll of Kentucky told partly in the thewords thewords thewords
words of John Fiske What Lee stands standsfor standsfor standsfor
for
UNIONISTS MAKE BIG GAINS GAINSRecover GAINSRecoer GAINSRecover
Recover Thirteen Thirt Seats t8 in tIle < lie Cfty Cftyof Cftyof Cityof
of London Alone AlonoLondon AloneLondoD AloneLondon
London Jan 19 19The The vote of London Londonwhich Londonwhich Indonwhich
which is now complete shows that the theUnionists theUnIonIsts theUnionists
Unionists gained thirteen seats In the thevarious thearlous thevarious
various metropolitan constituencies constituenciesTho conStituenciesTho conBtituencicsThe
Tho election of 1606 gave ag the repre representation representation reprosontatlon ¬
sentation of the metropolis thirtysix thirtyelxLiberals thirtysixLiberals thirtysixLiberals
Liberals four Laborites and nineteen nineteenUnionists nineteenUnionists nineteenUniOniSts
Unionists The distribution of the seats seatsis seatsIs seatsis
is now Liberals twentysix Laborites Laboritesone Laborltesone Laboritesone
one and Unionists thirtytwo thirtytwoThe thlrtrtwoThe thirtytwoThe
The popular vote In 1906 was Liberals LiberalsB278290i Liberals2782O
278290 Laborites 28063 and Unionists UnionistsS723
518723 S723 In the present election it was wasLiberals wasIberals wasLiberals
Liberals Iberals 27S604 Laborites 27752 779 772 and andUnionists andUnionists andUnionists
B278290i Unionists 317044 317044In 3170HIn 317014In
In Scotland alone the ministerialists ministerialistsmaintain mlnlsterlallstsmaintain ministerialistsmaintain
maintain strength approximating that of
1906 The figures In Glasgow show a aslight aslight aslight
slight falling off of Five Radicals and two twoUnionists twoUnionists twoUnionists
Unionists remain as the citys representa representation representation representation ¬
tion The Midlands and the Southern Southerncounties Southerncounties Southerncounties
counties continue to show heavy Unionist Unionistgains Unionistgains Unionistgains
gains Of the 81 constituencies that polled polledtoday polledtodny polledtoday
today only 31 were declared tonight tonightTha tonightThe i iTha
Tha Unionists made a net gain of fourj fourjseats tour toursents fourseats
seats seatsPremier sentsPremier seatsPremier
Premier Asquith answering a heckler hecklerat
at a meeting in Flfeshlre said he pro proposed proposed proPOsed ¬
posed to limit tho veto eto power of the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House of Lords by passing an act con confining confining confining ¬
fining the power of veto to the lifetime lifetimeof
of a a single Parliament ParliamentWhite ParlfamentI ParliamentWhiteTo
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UISTRIOT DISTRICTSOS SONS MEET MEETLadies JEETLadies
Ladies Night at Eauschefs Eauschefsa
a Brilliant Function FunctionAUGHTERS FuIictionAa FuIictionADAUGHTERS A ADAUGHTERS
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DAUGHTERS IN ATTENDANCE ATTENDANCElallroom ATTENDANCEBnllrooDl AT1ENDANCEBallroom
Ballroom Is Decorated In Festoon Festoonof FeJltoon FeJltoonof Fetoonsor
of Antlonul Color ColorJlSoulI Son Oppose the theAbolition tlltAbolition theAbolition
Abolition of Division of Informa Information InformnHon Inforsismilion ¬
Hon Bureau of Immigration ImmhrnUonJIc ImmhrnUonJIcmorlnl ImmigrationMeinorial Me Memorial ¬
morial to Be Sent to Congress CongressOpening CongrePlSOpening CongressOpening
Opening with a programme of literary literaryand literar literarand literaryand
and musical exercises and closing with withdancing withdancing withdancing
dancing ladies 1ad I et night last 8t evening at atRauschsrs atRausdlrs atRauschers
Rauschsrs as observed Bjr the District DistrictSociety DistrictSoeloty DistrictSociety
Society Sons Son of the American Rovolu Rovolutton Rovoludon Rovolution
don was a brilliant function functionThere functionThero functionThere
There was as a large attendance included includedIn
In the company oomp ny being many prominent prominentsociety lKomlnentsociely pcomincntsociety
society women The ballroom baUroom was re resplendent resplendent resplendent ¬
splendent in festoons of the national cOt colors cblors cOtors ¬
ors Above the speakers platform sur surrounded surronnd surrounded ¬
rounded ronnd by a drapery of the Stars and andStripes andStrives andStripes
Stripes was the emblem of the organiza organization orgunhmUon orgunisation ¬
tion which acted act as host hostPresident boitPresident hoetPreeldent
President Edward Bruce Moore presided presidedover presidedover presidedover
over the exercises After invocation by byRev byRev byRev
Rev Dr Thomas S Childs chaplain of ofthe oCtbe ofthe
the song son the essemblage e emblBbe sang the Star StarSpangled StarSpangled StarSpangled
Spangled Banner Miss Mi I1S Mary Emily EmilyKing EmilyKing EmilyKing
King sang a a contralto solo and an ad address address addross ¬
dress on the character of George Wash Washington Washlngton Wnshington ¬
ington was delivered by Representative RepresentativeMorris ReprascntatlveMorris RepresentativeilorrIs
Morris Sheppard of Texas TexasOther TexasOther TexasOther
Other Leaders Compared ComparedRepresentative Compnredepreeentatlo ConiparetiRepresentative
Representative Sheppard compared the theFather theFather theFather
Father of His Hi Country with the leaders leadersof lendersof leadersof
of other ages such as Pericles Hanni Hannibal Hannibal Hannibat ¬
bal Alexander Alexan er Julius Caesar William of ofNormandy ofNormftndy ofNormandy
Normandy and Napoleon and found in inWashington InVashlngton inWashington
Washington an Ideal recognized not only onlyby onlyb onlyby
by b Americans but by lovers of liberty libertythe libertythe libertythe
the world over The speaker was ac accorded accorded accorded ¬
corded a rising vote of thanks thanksAfter thanksAfter
After a violin solo by b Miss King Mrs MrsMatthew MrsMatthew MrsMatthew
Matthew T Scott president general of ofthe ofthe
the National Society Daughters of o the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Revolution spoke briefly Mrs MrsScott MrsScott
Scott was warmly greeted when sho was wasescorted wasescorted was wasescorted
escorted to the platform by b Frank B BMartin BMartin BMartin
Martin MartinThe MartinThe MartinThe
The sons went on record as against againstthe ngalnstthe againstthe
the abolition of the division of o informa information Informatlon information ¬
tion In connection connection with the Bureau of ofImmigration orImmigration ofImmigration
Immigration and Naturalization Depart Department Department Departmeat ¬
ment of Commerce and Labor their sen sentiments sentiments sentirnents ¬
timents being embodied In a n memorial to toCongressj toCo toCongress
Congress Co gress presented by b Commander John JohnMoore JohnI JohnMoore
I Moore U S N retired in behalf of the theboard theboard theboard
board of management and unanimously unanimouslyadopted unanimouslyadopted unanimouslyadopted
adopted The memorial states that a alarge alarge alarge
large part of the Immigration to this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country congests the larger cities where whereit whereit
it feeds the slums
breeds disease propa propagates propagntes propagates ¬
gates anarchy l arch and becomes a drug on onthe onthe onthe
the labor market marketDance markotDance marketDance
Dance Follows Banquet BnnqactAfter BnnquctArter BanquetAfter
After the singing Of America the theguests theguests theguests
guests adjourned to the banquet hall hallwhere hnllwhere ballwhore
where supper was served Dancing fol ¬
lowed lowedTEXAS towodTEXAS lowodTEXAS
TEXAS NIGHT AT PRESS CLUB CLUBHot CLUBHot CLUBHot
Hot Tnmnllefl and Chill ChihIfrom from Lone LoneStnr LoncStnr LoneStar
Stnr Stnte Served ServedMembers SenedMembers ServedMembO
Members MembO of the National Press Club Clubcelebrated Clubcelebrated Clubcelebrated
celebrated the arrival of real Texas T xas hot hottamalies hottamnlles hottamalles
tamalies and chili with a case of beer beeralso 1Jeeral50the beeralso
also al50the the product of the Lone Star State Stateat Stateat Stateat
at the club last night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The refreshments were the gift of ofGeorge otGeorge ofGeorge
George Bailey Bane of the Houston Post and andIn andIn undin
In honor of the occasion members of ofCongress ofCongress ofCongress
Congress from Texas were Invited to be beguests beguests e eguests
guests of the club for the evening eveningRepresentative eveningRepresentnUe eveningRepresentative
Representative Jack BeaU Rufus RufusHardy RufuSHard RufusHardy
Hardy Hard Morris Sheppard John Hall HallStephens HallStephans HallStephens
Stephens and Oscar W Gillespie res responded responded responded ¬
ponded to toasts and were a unit In Inpraise Inpraise Inpraise
praise of their native State
GANNETT ELECTEDTO ELECTEDTO ELECTED ELECTEDTO
TO MOORES PLACE PLACEGeographic PLACEGeographic PLACEGeographic
Geographic Society Eoard EoardHolds l3oaidlouis oard oard110111s
Holds Annual Meeting lteetillgTITT iIetiiigTITTMANN
4W 4WTITTMANN
TITTMANN TITT tANN VICE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTJinny FREsmENTIlunny PRESILDENTMnny
Ilunny Jinny Scientists SeIeiiiat in City for Impor Important ImporI Iniporhint ¬
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hint DiiHliievN UHlne ll ScHiiion and One of ofFirst of1lrMt ofFirst
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First New iey ey matters of BusIness Ulllneft Will WillDC WillBe Ill IllDe
DC Consideration of Copenhagen CopenhagenReport CopenbogenUelOrt CopenhugenReport
Report on Coolc Data DataAt DataAt
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I At tile annual meeting J Qotlng of tho board of ofmanagers otmltnrtgors ofmanagers
managers of tho National Geographic So Society SocIohT Socloty ¬
ciety held yesterday estQrlaT afternoon in Hub Hubbard Hubbnrd Hubbard
bard Memorial Hall Henry Gannett vice vicepresident vleepresment vicepresillent
president of the society anti chairman chairm n of ofthe orthe ofthe
the committee on research for tho past pastflve p pastfive t tfive
five yoars was elected president to to sue succeed 1100ceed suecoed ¬
ceed Prof WiniiB L Moore MooreO lfoor lfoorO
O H TIttniann superintendent of the theUnited theI theUnited
I United States Coast and Geodetic Survey Surveyand Surveyand Surveyand
and a member of the hoard of managers managersfor manftgersfor managersfor
for some years cors was elected vice presi president pro prosident i ident ¬
dent O Pi P Austin Au tln was chosen secretary secretaryand HCretaryand secretaryand
and John Joy Edson treasurer treasurerAll treasurerAll treasurerAll
All members of the board of managers managersj manageriwho managerswho
j who were in the city were present being beingthe beingthe beingthe
the following ExPresident Alexander AlexanderGraham AlexanderGraham AlexanderGraham
Graham Bell Belli retiring president pret dent Willis WillisL WillisI
L I L Moore Gilbert H Grosvenor Gro venor editor of ofthe orthe ofthe
the National Geographic Magazine John JohnOtis JohnOtis JohnOtis
Otis Smith director of the th United States StatesGeological StatesGeo1oglcal StatesGeologicol
Geological Survey Gen John M 1 Wilson WilsonU
U 1 S A Charles Charl J Bell president of the theAmerican tbemerlC1ln theAmerican
American Security And Trust Company CompanyAdmiral CompanAdmiral CompanyAdmiral
Admiral Colby M r Chester Che ter U S N Ad Admiral MImimI Admiral ¬
miral John Bltot Iot Pillsbury Pll1flbur U S Sbllvtd JsYJ JsYJDavid N NDavM
David G Fairchlld F E Coville Dr DrT DrT DrT
T L McDonald Rudolph Kauttmann KauffmannHenry KauttmannHenry Kauttmannlenry
Henry F 1 BJount vice president JJI t of the theAmerican theAmerican
American Security and Trust Company Companyand ComlMinrand Companyand
and J 1 Howard Gore GoreMessrs GoreloSErs GoreMessrs
Messrs Gannett and TlUmann new newpresident newproaldent newpresident
president and vice Ice president of the so sodety 1iIOety sodloty
dety ety and E Hart Merriam are e the last lastof lutof lastof
of the twelve scientists IClenU l who founded the thesofl thesott thesoaty
sofl soaty ty in 1S8S hS The two new officers o lcers have havebeen hAveen havebeen
been en actively identified with all of the theaffairs theaftalrs theaffairs
affairs of the organization from tr lfl the be beginning beginning beginning ¬
ginning Both were m mbers < ibors of the com committee commIttee committen ¬
mittee on research which pasted upon uponCommander uponCommander uponCommander
Commander Pearys polar records and andaro andaro andare
aro known the world over as among the theleading theI theleading
leading geographers of the United Unlt States StatesWill StatesVIII StatesWill
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Will VIII lExnmlue Itxnn I n Cook Records RecordsAmong RecordsAmong
I Among thjlr th4r first official duties will be beto beI beto
to examine the full report of the Copen Copenhagen Copenhagen Copenhagen ¬
hagen savants vafltS upon Dr Cooks supposed supposednorth IUPpowdnorth supposednorth
I north pole data The preliminary report reportfrom reportfrom reportfrom
from Copenhagen has already been passed passedupon paedI passedupon
upon It Is expected that the complete completereview eompletereiew completereview
review of the Danish findings will b be re received received received ¬
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ceived here in about two weeks weeksAdmiral weeuAdmiral weeksAdmiral
Admiral Colby plbr M Cheater Cheet whose hc > > e abili ¬
ties ties were recognized by many of the th board boardof boardor boardof
of managers as entitlin e sotIthn9Im tJutn iUn to considera consideration ooMideraUon consideration ¬
tion at the bands of the society lety re requested reQUHted requested ¬
quested that his name nam be not considered consideredIn
In connection with either the presidency presidencyor
or vice Ico presidency as he contemplates an anearly anearly anearly
early trip abroad which would make mak it itimpossible IlImpoMlble Itimpossible
impossible for him to give the time either eitherposition eitherpMtuon eitherposition
position would require requireMr r4ut1e1r requireMr
Mr Gannett is in every respect equip equipped CCuippad equippod ¬
pad for the position in I which distin distinguished dIMlngulilh dtMistguIahsd ¬
guished gulilh d scientists hav have Y1k preceded pr preesdeslisim him In Inhis Inbls Inhis
his sixtyfourth year a graduate of ofLawrence oCLatTftftC6 ofLawrence
Lawrence Scientific SclenU e School Harvard Uni University University Unlversity ¬
versity be hat been n connected co l6d with 1th scien scientific sclentine aclentitle ¬
tine movements and was the geographer beographerof
of the tenth eleventh and twelfth cen cenMiees cen5t consutes
Miees 5t e was detailed as assistant director directorof dlrfCtorof
of census of the Philippines in Iftfi is a amember amember anembor
member of numerous American and for foreign foreign foreign ¬
eign scientific societies and is an author authorof authorod1sUncUon authorof
of od1sUncUon distinction along the lines of hi hichosen blchoson his hisChOsOft
chosen specialty specialtyDr
Dr Tittmann is I likewise a scientist sd Us of ofnote lifnote ofnote
note and is superintendent of the United UnitedStates UnitedStat UnitedStates
States Stat Coast and Geodetic Survey Surve with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which he has been connected since 1387 1387He l lHe iSiHe
He is R ft member of many learned societies societiesand aocleU aocleUand societiesand
and Is an author of scientific work of ofInternational ofInternatioMI ofinternational
International reputation Dr Tittmann is isin ilin Isifl
in his sixtieth year yearLABOR yearLABOR yearLABOR
LABOR ATTENDS GRAND BALL BALLFirst BALLFirst BALLFirst
First Annual Event Held at Ar Armory Armory Armory ¬
mory Hall HallDancing HallDnnclng KaUDancing
Dancing Follow FollowmMimSiCnl Mnslcnl unit Vaude Vaudeville YnmlcUlc anmle anmleyule ¬
yule Ulc Programme ProgrnmmeDntlct Buffet Lunch Luncheon Luncheon Luncheon ¬
eon Is Served ServedOrganized ServedOrganized
5 5Organized
Organized labor scored a big social and andfinancial andfinanoJt11 andfinancial
financial success last night at the first firstannual firstannual firstannual
annual grand ball and entertainment at atNational atNational atNational
National Rifles Armory Hall under the theauspices theauspices theauspices
auspices of Central Labor Union The at attendance attendanco attendance ¬
tendance at the musical mu lcal and vaudeville vaudevilleentertainment vaudevilleentertainment ftude1Ueentertainment
entertainment preceding the dance was wasapproximately wasapproximateh wasapproximately
approximately lMO 1O persons This feature featureecheduled featurescheduled featurescheduled
scheduled for S oclock started promptly promptlylasting promptlylnstlng promptlylasting
lasting until 10 oclock when the audi auditorium Auditorium auditorium ¬
torium was cleared cl red of seats and the dano danoIng daDoing danoing
Ing commenced continuing until long longafter longafter longafter
after midnight midnightThe mldnlgbtThe midnightThe
The opening number of the dance card cardbrought cardbrought cardbrought
brought on the floor over 200 couples of ofyoung oryoung ofyoung
young people Tho dance card carried fir fifteen firteen fitteen ¬
teen numbers with lOt two extras Prof ProfJoseph ProfJoseph ProfJoseph
Joseph B Caldwells orchestra furnished furnishedthe furnishedthe furnishedthe
the dance music musicCowboy musicCowboy musicCowboy
Cowboy Williams The Cannon Ball BallFiend BallFiend BallFiend
Fiend and Buster of the famous Five FiveKoatons FiveKeatonsplaylng FiveKoatOnS
Koatons Keatonsplaylng playing this week at Chases ChasesTheater ChnsesThentcr ChasesTheater
Theater were the professional headliners hcndlinorsIn
In the vaudeville feature of the enter entertainment entertainment entertainment ¬
tainment The daring act of Cowboy Cowboywon Cowboywon Cowboywon
won unstinted applause and Buster Busterin BusterIn Busterin
in his inimitable comic songs was vas ac accorded accorded accorded ¬
corded a 0 reception that meant five fl en encores encores encoreS ¬
cores coresOther coresOth coreSOther
Other Oth r features of the entertainment entertainmentwere enterlalnmentwero entertainmentwere
were wereViolin wero101in wereViolin
Violin 101in solo Mfes I Mae V Stoops StoopsAccorapaHleii StoopcoomllcuJled StoopsAoocspanlcd
AccorapaHleii by Prot LiwWjr LiwWjrThe LiDlWTe LiomheyThe
The e Garden arden of Rosos RososIUltr Billy Ilowtin barytone barytoneJew bamonS barytone3etroveiftan
S letOf1GJltan Quartet QuartetJew QuartetJew
Jew JewBarytone Inn Jlarry SIlrJllOltr SIlrJllOltrBarytone SmmtrBarytone
Barytone sofc 500 se Will TiU Albargw AlbargwCoon AilsirgerCoon AlburgerCoon
Coon songs Mr Ir VeJhm Ye1hnMtYer Ye1hnMtYerTjle VelbinayerTjie rer rerThe
The committees having the ball and andentertainment andentertainment andentertainment
entertainment In charge consisted of ofCharles otCharles ofCharles
Charles D Seals dialiwan chalr an Luke F Ludtar sec secretary secretarY secetary ¬
retary Newton A Jam James James W Coneidine ConeidineFrank ConsidIneFrank ComidineFrank
Frank J McKenm cKenDl Jam James s B Kan Kane Samuel Sgm SgmMurdock B BMnrdock BInrdock
Mnrdock Inrdock J O Whiting Mia iM G Larroon Tbonws TbonwsG
G Igletiart Edward L 1 Tucker II E Patterson PattersonSara PaUelSn83m lattersouSam
Sara De e Xedrey Xedre D F Manning illu log John B Coltxqrs ColtxqrsThomas CollJSThnmn ol5O7s ol5O7sThenUs
Thomas E Hill Miss I V Ranpaport RanpaportReception RappaportIte flappaportltexption
Reception Ite vUon committeeJohn B Oolpoys chairman chairmanCharles chairmanCharles chafrisanCharles
Charles D Seals Sam De Xtdwjr 4dre tdrer Miac liN G 0James Larmon LarmonJames IannonJames
James W Conetdlne Luke P 1 Ludlow Miss tj tjRSPLSSPOTL H HRaPl1l11OTt V VRapiMport
RapiMport RapiMportFloor RaPl1l11OTtlooor RSPLSSPOTLFloor
Floor committeeSamuel rom11 tteeS4muet E Mania nlock chairman chairmanB
B L 1 Tucker D F Manning Iumi g F Frank nlc J MeKemw MeKemwJames 11eKen JeKe JeKeJames e eJnmcs
James B Kane KaeA KaMA KaneA
A buffet luncheon was served In tho thobasement thobasoment thebasement
basement hall of the armory during the theevening theevening theevening
evening I ISufrractte 1Suffrngeitc
Suffragette Gets Verdict VerdictManchester VerdictManchester Verdict1lanchester
Manchester Jan 10 1oln Mn Davidson the suffn suffntrette SUantIrette sultragette
trette who was drenched dnmc M with Uk water from rome a htxo htxopipe b bpipe ho hop
pipe p le at Strangnrajs StrullWA jail when she be > barricaded b rricsded herself herselfin ber berseflin lf lfin
in a cell and refused to be fed has recovered a averdict aTerdlct aTerdict
verdict of 43 4 shilllnss bUnnl against rertain visiting Ti < IUIli jus justices jusUces guslices ¬
tices She Sh instituted suit for 4300 tO damages dlUIllJeLT
T 1
GOVERNORS DINE DINEAT DINEAT I IAT
AT WHITE HOUSE HOUSEContinued HOUSEContlnuerl HOUSEContinued
Continued from Page One Onecontinues Onecontfnue Onecontinues
continues the resolution should ex expressly cxprossly ¬
prosily provide that Federal courts shall shaHexercise shallexercise i iexercise
exercise no jurisdiction whatever until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the final determination of the proceedings proceedingsby
by b tho highest court of tho State If the theState theState theState
State court has not authority authorityto
to stay the operation of the theorder theorder theorder
order pending proceedings In review then thenthe thenthe thenthe
the Federal court court to that extent should shoulflexerclso shouldexercise I Iexercise
exercise jurisdiction jurisdictionInterference jurisdictionInterference jurisdictionInterference
Interference by the Federal courts with withorders withord withorders
orders ord rs of State railroad commissions has hasbeen 1heen
been in the past a source of irritation irritationnot Irritationnot irritationnot
not so much because of any objection to tothe tothe tothe
the exercise of Federal authority as by byreason byreason byreason
reason of the manner in which that au authority authorlty authsorlty ¬
thority has boon exerted In our opinion opiniontho opinionthe
1
tho friction heretofore existing would wouldlargely wouldlargely
I
largely be obviated if railroads and hold holders holdera ¬ j jera
era of their securities were obliged fully fullyto tullyto fullyto
to exhaust the remedies provided prov1tl l by the theState theStat theStates
State Stat before resorting to the Federal Federalcourts Federalcourts Federalcourts
courts and such Is the apparent intima intimation intimation ¬
tion of tho Supreme Court of the United UnitedStates UnitedStat UnitedStates j
States Stat os
yo o Method Provided ProvidedThe ProhlerlThe
The resolution r luUon says 8 where no method < 1 It Itprovided I Ispmvkled 1
provided by State statutes for legal re review raIew review ¬
view Iew of a commissions order Federal Federalcourts Federaleourts Federalcourts
courts should shtm1d exercise the game me jurisdic jurisdiction juriedicUOI1 Jurisdicticstt ¬
tion as now now since somo ntftthod ought oughtto oughtto oughtto
to be and must be provided by which whichthose whichtbQie whichthose
those public service corporations can canavail canavail 4 4avail
avail themselves Of f the protection prot tion af afforded afforded atforded ¬
forded by the Constitution Co tutlon of the United UnitedStates UnitedSttet J JStatcar
States StatesThe StatcarThe SttetThe
The resolution says if a commerce commercecourt commercecourt commercecourt
court as sugegBied by President Taft Is Iscreated I Icrentecl Iscreatemi
created toreviow orders of the Interstate InterstateCommerce InterstateC InterstateCommerce
C Commerce mm < < ee Commission writs writ of error errorshould errorshould errorshould
should lie 40 that court and injunctions injunctionsAgainst injunctionsagainst j jAgalnt
Against the orders ord n of State commissions commissionsshould comrnslons comrnslonsshould commssionsshould
should issue from it It The resolution resolutionctoees retiOlutiontollows resolutioncloses
closes as follows We therefore recom recommend recomineral ¬ 1 1IneIM1
mend that Congress pass suitable laws lawsto lawsto
to accomplish the suggestions au X68UOIUI of this con conference conference conferenes ¬
ference and that the secretary > > ecrotftri forward forwarda I Ia
a copy of this tb resolution r luUo to Congress and andurge andurgo andurge
urge Its I consideration and enactment enactmentInto enactmentInto enactmentInto
Into law lawThe lawThe
rho The Minnesota executive alter reading readinghis readingIf readinghis
his If resolution r ludon moved for its adoption adoptionbut adoptionbut adoptionbut
but when several governors suggested suggestedthat suggestedthat ugge ted tedthat
that it was of such uch importance that great greatdeliberation lIeatdeliberation greatdellhsetion
deliberation was necessary ecear he agreed te teIts teIu teIts
Its submission to a committee of live livegovernors Avegovernorll fivegovernors
governors governorsFive governorllhTe governorsFive
Five hTe Governor Appointed AppointedGov AltlolntedGov AppointedCow
Gov Carroll who was in the chair ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed Qovs Fort of New Jersey Har Harmon Harmon Harmon ¬
mon of Ohio Burke of North Dakota DakotaProuty DkotaProuty DahiotaProuty
Prouty of Vermont and Ansel of South SouthCarolina Sout1aCaroItDa SouthCarolina
Carolina on the th committee The five fivegovernors 4ftgoverBOts fivegovernors
governors retired immediately to con consider eo1Isider conalder ¬
sider the tl resolution but adjourned ad ned aa aahour aahour anhour
hour later to meet again this morning morningbofore morningore morningbefore
before ore the regular conference begins beginsEmphatic betnsEmpbatic be1nsEmphatic
Emphatic declaration was made by byseveral byeveral byseveral
several of the governors at both of yes yesterdays yesterdays yesterdys ¬
terdays sessions that thatUte the Federal soy government soyernment guyernment ¬
ernment could not control the rights to toI towater towater
I water power vo er in the States The execu ¬
tives stated that all such uch jurisdiction jurlgd bo bolonged iselonged 4 4longed
longed to the various Commonwealths Commonwealthsthemselves CommonealtnsthemeelviS Commonwealthsthemselves
themselves They admitted however howeverthat noevetthat howeverthat
that the United State could control the thenavigation thenavt thenavigation
navigation navt lltlon of streams streamsGov streaJn8Gov streamsGot
Gov Pothier of o Rhode Island was lit litthe 1ftthe In Inthe
the chair at the morning meeting and andth andthe anduse
th the first paper on the m subject of For Forests Foresu Forsts ¬
ests sts was by b3 Gov GO Quinby of New NewHampshire NewHamp NewHsmpshir
Hampshire Hamp blre He made a strong pica P for forthe lortbB forthe
the conservation of forests alluding te tethe tethe tothe
the devastation of the great forests of ofthe olthe C Cthe
the White Mountain region which com comprise compr coinpilse ¬
prise pr e more than LODOOOO LOC0 acres On ac account aecount account ¬
count of the heavy demand for lumber lumberand Jumberand lumberass
and ass pulp wood these forests are being beingcut beingcut beingcut
cut clean lift Ji spoke in favor ta Or of Senator SenatorGsJtmsjers SenatorGaJllDlers SenatorGaJflners
GsJtmsjers bill for conservation of the theforests thefore theforests
fore forestsState forests forestsState ti tiS
State S ate supervision and regulation re laUon of ofquasipublic orquastpublic ofquasipublic
quasipublic enterprises was U the theme themeof themeot themeof
of an address by GOY Fort of New Jer JerBey Joysoy
soy 58 who said the necessity n ty for the super supervision JRJperiSIOft superlsIeii ¬
vision and regulation r latlon of public service servicecorporations semcecorporations servicecorporations
corporations by the State would become becomemore IMeom4niore becomeiore
more niore and more acute as the population populationand populationand populationand
and Industrial Industrtallntereat5 Interests increased increasedCoopurntion I increasedCooperation eued euedCoopcrntlon
Cooperation Is Lacking LackingThe IncklngThe LackingThe
The great difficulty up to this time timehe timehe timehe
he said has been to obtain any kind of ofcooperation oCoooperatton ofcooptiofl
cooperation between the companies and andthe andthe andthe
the State The 8trort effort has been be n by all allsorts ansorts allsorts
sorts of methods to make It appear that thatsupervision thatsupermton thatsupervision
supervision and regulation were not notnecessary DOtneeS8ary notnecessary
necessary and were not desired by b the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people and the people J > > ple have failed to ap appreciate aJ aJpreclate appredate ¬
predate to the full the advantages advantageswhich advantageswial advantageswhich
which wial < b would 01IId accrue e to them through such sucha
a commission commla lon These conditions are now nowchanging nowII nowchanging
II changing The farseeing corporation offi official officlal antclii ¬
cial now recognizes that public senti sentiment sentiment sentisnesit ¬
ment demands regulation re < < nlatlon by the State Statein StateIn StateIn
in the interests of C the people of all 11 the thecompanies thecompanies thecompanies
companies operating under public fran franchises franchlSti Irancisises ¬
chises for public service and private privategain privategain privategain
gain gainThe gainThe
gainThe
The way In which New Ne York is con conserving consanIng cooserving ¬
serving its forests was told by Gov GovHughes Go GolIughes GovHughes
Hughes He said that 1600000 acres of offorest oftorest offorest
forest reserve res < < Ve were now owned by the theState theState theState
State much of which the State had to tobuy touy tobuy
buy uy back from citizens citizensIn cIU ens ensIn
In a general discussion of water power powerthat powerthat powerthat
that followed Gov Go Wllteon of Kentucky Kentuckyexpressed Kentuckyexpressed Kentuckyexpressed
expressed the opinion that the States Stateshod Stateshad Stateshad
had the right to control that power powerThere powerThere powerThere
There are three separate and distinct distinctowners distinctowners distinctowners
owners of streams stre ms he said The citi citizens cltl2en8 citizens ¬
zens as individuals may own the riparian riparianrights rlp ripartanrights rlan
rights the Federal government has con control controt ¬
trol of the streams as far as navigation navigationis na lsaUon lsaUonis
is concerned COli C ern ed and tho State owns the thewater thewnter thewater
water power powerFor powerFor powerFoz
For Water nter Power PorveraGov PowerGov PowersGov
Gov Fort thought the time had come comefor comefor comefor
for the States to control more of the thethings thethln thethings
things thln s to which they had devoted little littleattention Jltt1 Jltt1attention littleattention
attention including water tel powers and andsimilar andsimilar andsimilar
similar views were expressed by Gay GovDraper GO GODmoer GayDraper
Draper of Massachusetts MassachusettsTho MassachusettsThe MassachusettsThe
The first speaker at the afternoon ses session session s ssion ¬
sion over which Gov Carroll of Iowa Iowapresided Iowapresided Iowapresided
presided was Gov Brooks of Wyoming Wyomingwho Wyomingwho VJomlngwho
who continuing the discussion of the thewaterpower thewaterpower thewaterpower
waterpower question que Uon said the Western WesternStates WesternStates WesternStates
States wanted the same rights that had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been enjoyed cnjo ed for many man years ears by the theCommonwealths theCommonwoolths theCommonwealths
Commonwealths of the East EastMuch EastMuch EastMuch
Much has been printed he said saidabout saldabout saidabout
about the possibility of the formation of ofa ofa ofa
a waterpower trust Such a thing in inWyoming inTyoming inWyoming
Wyoming is absolutely Impossible The Theold Theold
old law of riparian rlp rlan rights does not apply applythere applythere applythere
there A wise wls provision was made snad years yearsago yearsago earn earnago
ago in Wyoming that tho water of rivers riversand rhersand riversand
and lakes belongs to the State and its itseontrol I IcontrolI itscontrolI
eontrol controlI I may mo say must always ahm s rest restin re restin t tIn
in tho State The legislature has from fromtime fromtime fromtime
time to time given to Irrigation and andpower andpower andpower
power companies and to municipalities municipalitiesthe
the right to use water but the actual actualownership actualownership actualownership
ownership cannot be parted part d with by b the theState theStnte theState
State StateThrough StnteThrough StateThrough
Through National Government GovernmentThere GovernmenthThere GovernmentThere
There is a tendency tendo y to accomplish all allreforms anreforms allreforms
reforms through the national govern government bovernnont governaent ¬
ment nont I believe it better that irrigation irrigationquestions IrrigationQuestions irrigationquestions
questions be settled through the people peopleof peopleof peopleof
of the States themselves We tye Te fe feel i that thatevery thateQr thatevery
every eQr forest reserve r Cnc in the West Test should shouldbelong shouldbelong shouldbelong
belong to the States In which they are aresituated aresituated aresituated
situated and we will promise to pro protect protect protoct ¬
tect them them fully full as well as the national nationalgovernment nationalgovernment nationalgovernment
government would wouldGov wouldGov wouldGov
Gov Shafroth of Colorado also thought thoughtthe thoughtthe thoughtthe
the only right tho government had over ovemi
i
I
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flECHT iitdTCOI1VANY iitdTCOI1VANY5135L5517 COMNY
513515517 7TRST 7TRSTI 7TRSTBuys 7rnSTBuys
Buys Choice ChoiceFrom ChoiceFrom
From 700 700Stylish 701Stylish
I
Stylish 4 4Waists
Waists WaistsIN
IN THIS GREAT WAIST SALE THERE THEREare
are over 60 dozen of the neatest and smartest smartestwaists f
waists youd find in a days travel They are aremostly j JJ i imostly
mostly in the plain tailored shirt effects with withlaundered IfllGJI II P 1 1l 1llaundered
laundered cuffs all ll perfectfitting garments garmentsEvery garments I j 1 1 V VEvery
Every one Is a Jl 1 value and In the sale sal at Il II Ii Ii69e
69e v
20 DOZEN PURE LINEN WAISTS WAISTSwith WAISTSwith
with withcuffs laundered linen collar and andcuffs
cuffs pleat over shoulder they arc arcstylescorrect arestyleorrect
stylescorrect in every detail and andeach andeach
each waist Is correctly correctlypriced correctlypriced
priced at 2 They are in 1 jjlj jjljthe Ou I Ithe
vv vvFINE
the big sale at half 7 7a I
a FINE INDIA LINON LINGERIE LINGERIEwaists LINGERIEwaists
waists some with entire fronts of ofsigned ofline
k kI
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line tucks seine handsomely de 47iJ
I signed with medallions of fine Ven Venice IjjiijJJ IjjiijJJIce
ice embroidery and 9sd fine in insetting 7W 7Wserting I
setting value are 2 to toRESENT
to98c 98c tr trPRESENT
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PRESENT OF 2000000 2000000TO 2000000I 2000000TO
I TO CHAIRMAN CONNERS CONNERSTelephone CONNERSTelephone CONNERSTelephone
Telephone Stock a Gift Because He Is Influential Influentialand Influentialand InfluentialandOwns
and andOwns Owns Two Newspapers
NewTork New York Jan llGeorge A Davis Davischairmen Davischairman
chairmen of the executive committee In Investigating Investigatimig n nvdgattng ¬ I
vestigating telephone and telegraph telegr ph mat matters matters mattots ¬
ters in this State never smiled today in inthe I Itbe Ithe
the aldermanic chamber of the city hall hallwhen bailwhen hailwhen
when he caused to be read into the rec record record roeord ¬
ord a a letter he had received from James JamesM JamesX Jamesf
Decem December December Decenther ¬
M f E OGrady dated Rochester
ber 10 mentioning a paltry 200000 OCQOCoJ of oftelephone oftelephone oftelephone
telephone stock having been handed to toChairman toCbatrman toChairman
Chairman Conners of the Democratic DemocraticState Demoocat1eState DemocraticState
State committee committeeThe commltteThe committeeThe
The letter recited some recent testimony testlnaonybefore tesUU1Onbeore testimonybefore
before the Supreme Court in Rochester RochesterIn
In which according to Mr Ir OGrady OGradyPresident OGradYPril OGradyPresident
President Pril ent Albert O Fenns of the Alliance AllianceBank AllianceBank AllianceBank
Bank of Rochester Roche ter and President PresidentThomas PresidentThomas PresidentThomas
Thomas W Finucane of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Independent Telephone Company Companyswore Compatlwore Companyswore
swore to the J2 S4IOOCIt 00000 XM present to Conners ConnersMr ConnersMr ConnorsMr
t aco41rect0r codirector with withstreams withstroanas withstreams
Mr Finucane being a
streams was In regard to their navigation navigationHe
of the nation to any anyland anyland anylaud
He said akl the right
land it owned owneci in a State was s not that of ofa orIl ofa
a sovereign but of a proprietor proprietorAmbassador pcoplletorAmb8Ndor proprietorAmbassador I
Ambassador Bryce who had entered the tneroom tl1eroqm theroqm
roqm while hlle Gov Shafroth was speaking speakingwas speaklnwas speakingwas
platform and asked to toaddress toaddre toaddress
was Invited to the
address addre s the meeting In a few words he heexpressed hexpr heexpressed
expressed xpr his pleas pleasure re at having the op opportunity opportunity upportunity ¬
the deliberations of ofsuch ofsneh ofsuch
portunity of hearing
such an Important body of men He Hethought Hethought Hethought
thought the tendency of recent years In Inmost Inmost inmost
most of the States had been to give the theexecutives theexeeuUe theexecutives
executives greater power and that the thepeople thepeople thepeople
morelooking to tothem tothem tothem
and
people were w re more
them as the men who would do what whatwas wbatwas whatwas
was best for them themTheir themTheir themTheir
Their Effort Ineffective IneffectiveIn
Railroad Railroadrate Rallroodrate Railroadrato
In the course cOUr of a paper on
rate regulation Gov Go Hadley of Mis Missouri MISnoun Us UsJMurl ¬
souri noun alluded to the Ineffectiveness of ofefforts ofetlorts ofefforts
efforts of the State and national govern governments governments governmeats ¬
ments to regulate and control railroads railroadsHe raUrotldsHe railroadsHe
He thought there had been a lack of ofscientific otelentlfto ofscientific
> scientific > investigation and information informationwith InrorJnftt1on1t1a Informationwith
to the facts upon which whichthe whichtbe whichthe
with 1t1a reference retere e
the reasonableness or unreasonableness unreasonablenessof
must de depend depend dopond
of a freight or passenger rate ¬
pend pendAfter pendAfter pondAfter
After contending that the railroads are arecharging arecharging arecharging
charging the people for freight business businessdone businessdone businessdone
done wholly bolh within the limit of a a State Statetwico Statetwlco Statetwice
twice as much per ton per mile as they theyare tbe tbeare theyare
are barging for interstate freight traf traffic tmttie traftic ¬
tie Gov Go Hadley declared that the same samedisparity samedisparity samedisparity
disparity of rates has existed for years yearsbetween yearsbetween yearsbetween
between Uje te e charge for the State pas passenger PELSstHlger passonger ¬
senger business busln S9 and the interstate pas passenger pflS88ngr passenger ¬
senger business businessSeth busln businessSeth S5 S5Seth
Seth Low president of the National NationalCivic XatlonalCivic NationalCivic
Civic Federation presented a number of ofresolutions otresolutions ofresolutions
resolutions adopted by the conference conferenceheld conferenceheld conferenceheld
held under the auspices of that body and andasked andasked andasked
asked that they the be given consideration considerationThe constderationThe conderationThe
The committee on organization reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedthat
that It had h < l chosen Gov GO fPf Spry pry of Utah as aspresiding aspresldlng aspresiding
presiding officer for this mornings see session WiIelon seeaba ¬
aba
MACCABEE HIVES INSTALL INSTALLStnte INSTALLStnte INSTALLState
Stnte Commander Mrs Cnxwell At Attenilx Atteurllc Attends
tends Auspicious Ceremonies CeremoniesLady CeremoniesLady CeremoniesLady
Lady Macoabees o of Washington hives hivesNoa hivesNoo hivesNext
Next S t and 11 installed at Pythian PythianTemple Pythl61lempte PythianTemple
Temple last night and the ceremonies ceremonieswere ceremonieswere ceremonieswere
were attended with the usual ostentation ostentationSpeeches ostentationSpeech6S ostentationSpeeches
Speeches were made by b past command commanders ¬
ers of the Washington hives and by byLady byLady byLady
Lady Caswell State commander of of the theMaccabees tholIaccabees theMaeeabeeS
Maccabees lIaccabeesHive MaeeabeeSHive v vHive >
Hive No 9 InstnllBS Ins mra Lady Lad Payne com commander commander commander ¬
mander Lady T Zimmerman lieutenant lieutenantcommander lieutenantcommander lieutenantcontmander
commander Lady Lad Emma Smith record recordkeeper recordkeever recordkeeper
keeper Lady E Dawson chaplain Lady LadyCany Lad LadCaITo LadyCarry
Carry Smith finance flnan e auditor Lady G GE GE GE
E Kleny Klen sargeant L La Lnely dy Thelma Payne Paynemistress Pa Paynemistress ne nemistress
mistress at arms Lady Hofard sentinel sentinelLady sentinelLady sentinelLady
Lady Thornton picket and Lady Lottie LottieLewis LottieLewis LottieLewis
Lewis musician musicianOfficers musicianOfftceni musicianOflicers
Officers of Hive No S are Lady Kate KateLorenze l KateLorenze atc atcIoronze
Lorenze commander r Lady Kate Battle Battlelieutenant Battlejl Battleibeutenant
lieutenant jl utenant jommander Lady La Tesle Will Williams Willjams 111 111lams ¬
lams record keeper Lady Maggie N Nllr NllrCOCk Nqrcock fr frcock
cock chaplain Lady Walt finance audi auditor auditor auditor ¬
tor Lady Hodge sargeant Lady OCon OConnell OConnell OConnell
nell mistress at arms Lady Lad Carson Carsonsentinel Carson2Iontinel Carsonsentinel
sentinel awl Lady Robertson picket picketThe picketThe picketThe
The following were installed by Hive No
11 Lady IAd Shreeve commnder Lady Flor Florence Florence Florence ¬
ence Tapping lieutenant Ueuten nt commander commanderLady commanderLady commanderLady
Lady Dora Hendricks record keeper keeperLady keeperLad keeperLady
Lady Lad Margaret Peck finance auditor auditorLady auditorLady auditorLady
Lady Ella Stowe chaplain Lady Lad Ruth RuthRosenberg RuthRo RuthRosenberg
Rosenberg Ro enberg mistress at arms Lady Lad Har Harriet Harriet Harriot ¬
riet Robinson sargoant ar Q8nt Lady Lad Mary MarySimmons lIarvSimmon MarySimmons
Simmons sentinel and Lady Elizabeth ElizabethStuart Elizabeth ElizabethStuart ElizabethStuart
Stuart picket picketTariff pIcketTnrlfr picketTariff
Tariff Goes Into Effect February Fehrnnr 7 7Berlin TBerlin T TBerlin
Berlin Jan 19 ItIt It Is understood uPI16rstood that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the German tariff will yiutomatically automaticall utomatIcally go gointo goInto goInto
into operation against the United nited States Statesat StntesI Statesat
I at midnight February 7
Mr Penman In the Alliance Bank Mr MrOGrady MrOGrady lr lrOGrady
OGrady wrote that Mr Fenna bad sworn swornthat swornthat Wom Womthat
that he issued a certificate of stocks of offace offace oface
face ace value of 2 OOfj 0 < p to Conners at tle tlarequest tlereque p prequest
reque request t of Mr lr Finucane without any con consideration constderatlon consideration ¬
sideration being paid therefor and that thatMr thatllr thatMr
Mr Finucane had sworn that the stoe stoewas sUxwaa sto stowas
was given to Conners because he was an aninfluential a aInfluential ainfluential
influential man and owned two news newspapers Dewpapers newspapers ¬
papers in Buffalo and because Conners Connershad Conne Connershad 5 5bad
had been investigating the matter of telephone tele telophone telephone ¬
phone franchises franehl in New York City CIt an1 an1It an anIt aniit
It was thought advisable by him Finu Finucane P1nucane Finucane ¬
cane to buy him Conners off by Jy thi thipayment th thpayment tLtpayment
payment of the J2fl0a00i C J in Mock slockMr MockMr Wek Weklr
Mr lr OGrady added We Ve re desire to call callyour C411our callyour
your our attention to this tkl believing that it itis Itis etis
is a matter that your committee shoulprobe shoul sho shou11probe 11 11probe
probe to the bottom in order that the thereal thereal thereal
real reasons why this stoctf stocI was turn turnE1 turnE1over turtielover I Iover
over tq Conners should be known knownMINORITY kDownMINORITY knownMINORITY
MINORITY BALKEDI BALKED BALKEDBY BALKEDBY
I BY CAUCUS ACTION ACTIONContinued ACTIONI ACTIONContinued
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two men to go on the BalttngerPinchoi BalttngerPinchoicommittee Ba11inerPincbotcommittee BaII1ngernehntcommittee
committee
Douglas Loses Vote VoteA VoteA VoteA
A vote ote was then taken on the motion motionof motionot motloaof
of Representative Dottgla 1a8 to censure th thDemocratic thDemocratlo thDemocratic
Democratic caucus and it was lost Ly Lya 1 1a Lya
a big vote voteThe voteThe Gte GteThe
The Norris orrlt amendment proposing P opoetab t tvote tvote tvote < >
vote on each Democrat separately was waslaid wasJald waslaid
laid on the table Mr r Roberts motion motionto motionto moticato
to lay la the Democratic communication on onthe onthe onthe
the table then came up and was carried carriedRepresentative carrie carrieRepresentative l lRepresentative
Representative Hamer of Idaho stirred stirredthings IitUrnlthln atirrelthings
things thln s up at this point by proposing to toname t tname tname
name Uncle Joe Cannon a committee of ofone t1 t1one ofone
one to select the House members of th thBalllngerPinchot thBalJ1n the theBallingerPinchot
BalllngerPinchot BalJ1n erPlncbot committee but Chair Chairman Chaiman Chairman ¬
man Currier ruled it out of order orderThen orderThea orderThen
Then a a motion by Representative Gard Gardner Gar Garner Garncr ¬
ner to select s lect the four Republican mem members members asternhers ¬
bers and an let the Democrats go by the theboard theboard he heboard
board came up and was defeated but he hegot L Lgot hegot
got GO votes otes and evidently there was a agood agood agood
good deal of sentiment ntlment for his proposi proposition PIOPOlUon pcopo pcopotion ¬
tion tionThe
The windup Indup came when Morse of Wit Wisconsin Wi Wiconaln Witcousin ¬
cousin moved the substitution of Jame Jamename Jam Jamname Jamename
name for that of Clayton in the Goebrl Goebrlresolution Goebrlrosolution Ooebttresolution
resolution which was carried by a com comfortable comtortaWe cornfortalie ¬
fortable fortalie majority Then a motion w WOa WOamade A3 A3made a amade
made to substitute Raineys name for forLloyd forLloyd frLloyd
Lloyd and that was defeated by tha nwit nwitoverwhelming anItoverwhelming snstoverwhelming
overwhelming kind of a vote voteA votemoU voteA
A motion moU m by Representative Butter ButterAmes ButTtrAmes ThtlcrAmes
Ames of Massachusetts to substitute substitutethe suh substitu substituthe tltu tltuthe
the names of Champ Clark minority minorityleader mlnorlt mlnorltleader minorityleader
leader and Underwood of Alabama Alabamaminority Alabamamlnorit Alabamaminority
minority mlnorit whip for Lloyd and James failed failedThen failedThou allElThoo
Then they the adopted the Goebel resolution resolutionas re > > oluUrn oluUrnas
as amended according to the list of six sixgiven sicgiven sixgiven
given above and the caucus adjourned adjournedDISCLAIMS adjournedDISCLAIMS adjournedDISCLAIMS
DISCLAIMS NEGRO EQUALITY EQUALITYRev EQUAITYHe
Rev He J Hennluf XehuIf elius Says Sn Mia Miataken Mistaken 11 11tnken
taken Idea HetnnLs Race RaceDeclaring RRceDeclaring RaceDeclaring
Declaring that the greatest obstacle t ttho tthe tthe >
the advancement of the negro race h3 h3been halbeen
I been the mistaken Idea l ea of absolute equal equality equa equaIty equaity ¬
ity with the white hlte race Rev J Hennln HennlnNelms HennlnNelma HennlnNelmns
Nelms addressed the Interdenominational InterdenominationalBible
Bible College at Lincoln Memorial Tem Temple Temple Ternpie ¬
ple last night nightIf nightU nightIf
If the black man had been told tohV saM saMDr ga4iDr ill illDr
Dr Nelms that he cquid become and andnot andnot andnot
not that he was the eqval of the white whiteman whitemAn whiteman
man his advancement would have multi multiplied t multIplied uW uWplied ¬
plied ten old oldCAE 01 oldOAR < 1 1CAR
CAR STRIKE IS DELAYED DELAYEDPhllndelpliln DELAYEDPhllnllelpllln DELAYEDPhilndelph
Phllndelpliln in Workers orker5 Make An Another Another Anoilier
other Appeal for Arbitration ArbitrationPhiladelphia ArbitrationPhiladelphia ArJitrntionPhIladelphia
Philadelphia Jan 19 lAfter After completing completinga
a vote which showed an overwhelming overwhelmingmajority overwhelmingmajority overwhelmingmajority
majority In favor of a strike during the themeetings thomeetings themeetings
meetings last night and this morning the theCarmens theCarmens theCarmens
Carmens Union through throu h its I I executive executiveboard executlvoboard executiveboard
board tonight made an offer and a a sug suggestion suggestion auggestion ¬
gestion to President Charles O Kruger Krugerof Kruberof
of the Rapid Transit Company CompanyThe CompanyThe CompanyThe
The offer was that if the company la lawilling 19willing Lawilling
willing to recede from Its I former position positionand poslUoand po itloa itloaand
and comply with the provIsions of tha thaagreement th thagrcomcnt thaagreoment
agreement and equitably adjust the grieve grlevances grieveances grierances
ances that now extet the grievance com committeo committee cornmitteo
mitteo of the union stands ready to to renew renewthe rene renetbe renegpthe
the conferences on the subject bjecta over overwhich overwhich overwhich
which the company and Its It employes have1 have1split have havesplit have1split
split splitThe splitThe splitTue
The suggestion is that a board of ofarbitration ofarbitration ofarbitration
arbitration be appointed to settle tho thodisputes thorlisputes Usadisputes
disputes The decisions dC < wlons of the board boardwould boardI
I would be binding blndln upon both th the company companyand companyand
and the u om employes employesLargest ornployesLargest ploy ployLargest
Largest Morning Circulation < 4

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