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Spiritof UndergraduateDays UndergraduateDaysPrevails Undergraduate UnclergradllateBa3rsPrevails DaJs DaJsPrevs11s
Prevails at Wilted WiltedTAJBTS WilaTdTAFTS v illaTd illaTdTAFTS
College Songs and nd Pranks ofCampus
Campus Delight Guests Guestsore G ests ests1roreThnn ests1Jore
1roreThnn 1Jore ore Than Six Handled Members Membersand Membersand Memberaand
and Friends of the University Club Clubat Glubat Clubat
at Dinner DinnerCihamp Champ Olarlca Clark Talk In InCheered IaCheeredSenntor ThClieeredenator
Cheered CheeredSenntor Senator Depeur DeJe Scores as asToaatmaster fl flPonatma5ter 1I 1IToutmnster
Toaatmaster Roosevelt Pictured Picturedin
in 11 Reception Costume CostumeIn CostumeIn CostumeIn
In the spirit of undergraduate undergraduategoodfellowship undergraduategoodfellowship undergraduategoodfellowship
goodfellowship more rnorethari than 600 col college college college ¬
lege men of Washington forgot forgottheir forgottheir forgottheir
their cares for once in the year last lastlight lastight lastight
ight and revelled in campus campusranks campusranks campusranks
ranks and thoughtless happiness happinesst
it t the tb annual banquet of the Uni University Uniersity Uniersity ¬
ersity Club at the theVillard theVillardThe Willard WillardThe Willardi
i The President of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Senators Representatives RepresentativesCabinet RepresentativesCabinet
Cabinet officers and men distin distinguished distinguished distinguished ¬
guished in almost almo t every walk of oflife oflife oflife
life forgot that university days were wereto wereto wereto
to them only a memory and did didtheir didtheir didtheir
their best to add to an evening of ofunmarred ofunmarred
unmarred merriment merrimentSung merrimentSang merrimentSnug
Sung College Songs SongsThey SongsThey Songst SongsThey
They sang the th songs ons that th college men manliko menUka menlike
like to sing and quaffed a toMt to t to their thelrrespective theirrespentive theirrespective
respective respentive alma mater IJ1ater as joyously as aB the themost themo themo
most mo t carefree freshman fre bmn At times tlm tlme the thadinner thodinner thedinner
dinner seamed an echo of halfforgotten halfforgottenspreads halfforgottenI halfforgottenapreads
spreads in the th days whanthere were wer no nofears notears nofears
I fears ahead and no regrets behind behindBut boo behindBut Ind IndI
But underneath the merriment t and con constant constant constant ¬
stant uproar there was a a serious H rious eulogy eulogyto
I to the man with the trained mind mindIn and andm d dIn
In the phraees of each speaker was a atribute 8 8I aI
I tribute to the achievements aeh1avm nt of the tho e citizen citizenwho citizenitho
I j who won his sheepskin first firstSenator firstSenator firstSenator
Senator Chauneey ChaunGejM M Depaw prMldad practdod reildod as astoastmaster asr asI
I toastmaster In his hl inimitable way H Hgavel His Hisgavel
r 1 gavel called the biggest bt1 gest dljinsr din r of the theseason theseB5n thev
v season to order or Br early oarl In thdtrantag th they fmJlg and andfrom andtrom andfrom
from then until midnight there was Was as not notan notan notan
an instant that did not n t have ve a II st stnt t or ora ora ora
a speeokLtq make 11 ake tt Ifff 1ftfy 1ftfyhamp llIyChaxt ly lyChamp
Champ Chaxt hamp CTirk ark in a Semicomic ftpeecii ftpeeciitiluded aped apednuded apeac apeaci1uded
tiluded nuded to his candidacy for the Demo Democratic DemonaUc Demoe ¬
cratic e ratic nomination for President and won woniij wonIlplause wonpp1ause
iij plause > for his stories storiesPresident storiesPreatdent storiesPresident
President Taf Taft t broke his custom formed formedwhen formedi
i when he started making dinner addresses addr addressesas IKI IKIas j jas
as the Chief Executive and stayed unttt untttthe uoWthe untWthe
the end of the long loa prograaune programmeStunts prograauneStunts prograauneStunts
Stunts Canned Cau ed Laughter LaughterOne LaughterOne LaughterOne
One of the stunts that convulsed the thadiners thediners thedinerg
diners with merriment m8lrI t was the official officialpreaeatatlon offtcllpreseatatlon ofilelalpreseatatlon
preseatatlon to the tb President Pr eldoot of a pair pairof p pairof tr trot
of danowg dan Iag doll dol1sI Jh memory memory of the Chief ChiefExecutives ChiefExecutfvos ChiefExecutlvs
Executives waltz at t a recent Bachelors Bachelorsgerraam Bachelorsgerman Bachelorsgernn
german gerraamOne germanOneo gernnOne
One Oneo of the dolls wa IPa a miniature gen gentleman gentleman genThe ¬
tlemanorrectly tleman aorrectly attired in evening fV8 ng dress dressThe dr drThe dressa
The other was a feminine doll dragged dre ed in ina Ina intlemanorrectly
a decollett gown g < Twn of pink satin trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith trimmedwith
with lace and pearls p erls and with her hair hairdone hairdone haira
done a a la 1 Billie Burke BurkeWith BurkeWith BurkeWith
With a broad smile nile and a faraway farawaylook farawa7ook farawayloOk
look ook in his eyes tho President accepted acceptedthe aec acceptedthe pted ptedthe
the gift while wbile his clubmates roared with withlaughter withlaughter withlaughter
laughter laughterMr laughterMr laughterMr
Mr President said Claud N Ben Bennett Bennett Bennett ¬
nett when he handed up up the clubs gift giftwe glttwe giftwe
we appreciate your various courtesies to tothis tothis tothis
this club We take great pride In having havingyou havingYOU havingyou
you on our roster We we are glad you have havegiven havegiven havegiven
given us a hearttoheart talk instead of otdiscu8lft ofdiscussing
discussing discu8lft political issues l sues such as you youve
have ve given in places where complications complicationsof
of the ballot color even social gatherings gatherln gatherlnVJt gatheringstqt
It Is well to instruct the provinces provincesand proylncesand provincesand
and you are to be congratulated upon
having broken all Presidential records recordsfor recordstor recordsfor
for traveling and for speechmaklng speechmaklngEulosr speechmaklngEulogy speechmakingEulogy
Eulogy Paid President PresidentThe PresIdentThe PresidentThe
The most significant and withal the
finest eulogy In this respect ever paid to toa toa toa
a President was the unconscious uncon clou8 compli compliment compliment complinent ¬
ment recently uttered by a dear old lady
In Connecticut when after a visit to the
White House she said said to the folks back
home He is just the same old Will WillAs WIllAs WilLAs
As the President made his best bow of ofappreciation orapprecIation ofappreciation
appreciation the orchestra played playedWaltz plaYedWa1tz playedWaltz
Waltz lIe Around Again A tn Willy with
060 lusty voices Joining In the chorus chorusEvery thorusEvery
Every Little Bit Helps by the must musicians muslcians mustcinne ¬
cians gave everybody a chance to catch catchhis catchhis catchhis
his breath but they caught the lilt of ofthe orthe ofthe
the refrain and paid their respects to toSenator toSenator toSenator
Senator Elkins EUitns Irt a it way that made the thebuilding thebUilding thebuilding
building shake shakeEvery shakeEvery shakeEvery
Every little vote adj3ed a < V1ed to those youve OUYO
got sotMakes gotMakes gotMake
Makes just one vote more moreThats mOreThats morei
Thats the reason r ason that Stephen B
Is U S Senator SenatorTalk SenatorTalk SenatorTalk
Talk about high living and put away way
some stocks stocksAnd stocksAnd StocksAnd
And youd always have bavetho iho tlu votes you
need right in the bullofbax bullofbaxFor blJlcJtboxFor bIIOtboxFor
For every little Uttl bit added to what wh t youve youvegot youveSOt youveHel1J
got gotHelps °
Helps Hel1J to make a a Senator SenatorCables SeaatorCnbles SesatorCables
Cables from Roosevelt RooseveltAs
As the strains died away and campers comparative oomparaUve camperstivo ¬
tive silence sl1en e reigned Charles CharlesB B Howe Howesprang HowespranG Howesprang
sprang to his feet and announced announe d a tele telegram telegrain ¬
1 gram from Africa AfricaAll AfrIeaJ
J J All is quiet along the Congo tonight tonightwana
Bwana wana TiimUo to sailing mn the deep blue bluesea blllesea bluesea
sea going the other way wayFour wayFour
1 Four more wires and cables were read readin readin roadIn
in quick succession succe slon in different parts of ofthe orthe ofthe
the hall as follows followsWireless tollowsWlrele followsWireless
Wireless Wlrele s from capUfin of vessel euel In mid midships mld mldocean midocean ¬
ocean Cot Roosfwelt hu dived from the thoshlps theships
ships deck and Dd is swimming
a race with WItha
a school ot spouting wba1ee wh 1 He HaTelegram out outspouts outspouts
spouts them aU aUTelegram allTelegram
Telegram from W W1l li su street t Roosevelt
has arrived and is now breakfasting
msun5 on onTelegram
a herd of bulls and bears bearsmsun5 beanTelegram bearsTelegram
Telegram from Theodore Roosevelt RooseveltWashington
4l pont like Now York reception Too
much Gaynor and Hughes Leaving for
Washington by aeroplane to attend your
banquet Pull off of reception there thereInstinctively th thereInstinctively re reInstinctively
Instinctively the singers struck strc tr Ck into intothe Intothe intothe
the Jungle Song to the rhythm of ofthumping oftbunptng t tthumping
thumping tomtoms and simultaneously
faint cheers were heard apparently a P8leqUy from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the street While the faithful 600 waited waitedIn waitedIn waftedin
In breathless brtath1e < fJ e ctan
ejgjectancy poctaacy there
was wa a atramplngs atriUnplngs atrampings
tramplngs as 9 of many many feet on the stairs stairsContinued stairsContinued stairsContinued
Continued on Page P e 2 Column 4
For the District Districtof of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaIvIaryland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaUnset VirginiaUnsettIedweather VirgithaUnsettleweather Unset Unsettlechveathep
tlechveathep with probably show showers showers showers ¬
ers today and tomorrow cool cooler cooler cooler ¬
er today light variable winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
Page Paees1Politlcs PagelPo1tUcs Pages1Politics
1Politlcs in Philadelphia Strike StrikeSenator StrikeSenator Str1keSenator
Senator for Business Methods MethodsUniversity MethodSUnIvenUy MethodsUniversity
University Men at Banquet BanquetS BanliIetHenatorG BanciietZenator
S HenatorG Zenator Senator Gordon rdonat at Theater Theat Theater82Ustice r rSrustlce
8 Srustlce Justice Overrules Senate SenateNews Sen SenateNews te i iNews
News of Alexandria AlexandriaArmy AleaandrlaArmy Al drla drlaArmy
Army and Navy Orders Ord Orders4Taft rs rs4Tart
4 4Tart Taft Plan is Approved ApprovedHitchcock APprovedHltohcock ApprovedHitchcock
Hitchcock Called Dictator DictatorESodety Dictator5SocIety Dictator5Society
5SocIety ESodetyEditorial 5SocIety6Editorial 5Society6Editorial
6Editorial 6Editorial71n 6Editorial7In Editorial Editorial7In
7In World of Women WomenSSporUng WomenSSporting
8 SSporUng SSporUngTheatens SSportingsTheaters Sporting
9 sTheaters sTheatersPreston Theaters TheatersPreston TheatensPreston
Preston Gibson Answers nswers Critics Critics11Markets CrlUasllMarkets CriticsUMarkets
11Markets 11Markets12ThIrtyseven llMarkets12Ilhlrtyseven UMarkets12rhirtyseven
12ThIrtyseven Clerks Dropped DroppedDa
Da Nedrey Talks on Strike StrikeAYALAMES StrikeAVALA StrikeAVALAHGIIES
Nineteen Dead at Mace and andScore andScore andScore
Score at Burke BurkeMULLA3T BnrlioMUT Burket11LLAN
Large Number of Persons
i Burled Under 3lnny lUau Feet of
In the Cocnr dAlenes d AlencHFully Fully
Houses Swept to the Bottom of the theCuuyon theCllnon5Udcs theCanyonSlides
Cllnon5Udcs Cuuyon Slides Extend Half nul 31fle 31fleWallace lUncYaJlaea MfleWallace
Wallace Idaho Feb 2S 2ST 3Two Two little littletowns littletowns littietowns
towns Macs and Burke strung etrun along the theprecipitous tbl tblpreclplto theprecipitous
preclplto precipitous Burk Canyon in th t1l00000r t1l00000rd thu > Ceour CeourdAlanes CoourdAlene
dAlanes d Ahmos ware burled last night under underenormous undwenormous underenormouS
enormous masses af mow rock and andearth andearth andearth
earth th that t swept down on them t em from the themountain t themountain fs fsmountaIn
mountain side sideThe sideThe sideThe
The known list of dead is now nineteen nineteenwhile nlnsteenwhUe ulusteenwhile
while It is probable that scores are lying lyingin lyingtn lyingIn
in the avalanches Every ablebodied ablebodiedman ablebodftdman ablebodiednan
man In the mining district around Wal Wallace Wallace Wallace ¬
lace is at work relieving the sufferings sufferingsof sutterlnaof
of the homeless Inhabitants and search searching searching searchlug ¬
ing for dead and living under the debris debrisShortly debrisShortly debrisShortly
Shortly before midnight last night the thefirst the1lrst thefirst
i first and largest avalanche descended on onthe onthe onthe
the town of Mace Supt and Mrs I H HPasooe HPaCOe HPascoe
Pasooe of the Standard mine in which whichproperty whichpropert whichproperty
property a a large majority of the Ul male malaresidents maJeroeidenta maleresidents
residents of Mace face are employed were waresleeping wereJeepmg weresleeping
sleeping when their homo was crushed crushedas
as an egg1 shell shelltwo two sons and a daughter adaughterbeing daughterbeing dauthterr
r being b tswtanfly t hijtant killed Mr M JPgaeo JPgaeomisctiu Pasoos Pasoosmissing I ImlalftfJ
missing but his wit W Wsltgiitiy ftk rewdU rewdUMgfttlr reht rehtd5J1t1
Mgfttlr wounfeed wounfeedSlides WOUftbidSlides 1vouned 1vounedSlides
Slides Extend Half Huh Mile MileBetween flhlcBetween Inc IncBetween
Between fifteen and twenty homes ho ware wareswept wereswept wsrcswept
swept into the bottom of the canyon and andcovered ande68roo andcovered
covered by between thirty and forty feet feetof feetof feetSt
of snow and boulders Strilkng at the theeast theIL thecast
east IL < 1t end of Mace the slide extends near nearly nearb nearly ¬
ly half a mile up the canyon averaging averagingthirty averagingthirty averagingthirty
thirty feet in depth depthBodies depthBodIes depthBodies
Bodies are being betn taken out at intervals intervalsbut Intervalsbut fntorvaLbut
but because of the distribution of the thaminers theminers theminers
miners at the boarding house and cabins cabinsfM cabinsno cabinstHe
fM no exact estimate of the number of dead deadoan deadOOR
oan be made madeAnother madeAnoUI8r madeAnother
Another landslide at 9 oclock this morn morning mornIne mornlag ¬
lag struck Burke a mile above Mace Maceburying Ma MaburylDc Mac Macburying
burying twentyfive tW tvft houses under thirty thirtyto
to forty feet of snow snow and earth There ThereIs Th ThereIs l lIe
Is fear that the number of dead might mightbe mightbe mightbe
be even larger arcer than that tha tat at Mace MaceA MaceA MiceA
A report tonight says that a slide killed killedseveral k killedseveral led ledseveral
several persons at Mullan Idaho a min mining mlnlng mislug ¬
lug town north of the towns first struck struckbut strUClkbut struckbut
but details so far are lacking lackingPATTEN lackingPATTEN lackingPATTEN
Speculator and His Partners to Re Retire Retire Retire ¬
tire from Grain and Cotton CottonChicago CottonChicago CottonChicago
Chicago Feb 28 2IJames James A Patten Pattencorn Patteneorii
corn wheat and later l ter cotton king is to toretire toretire toretire
retire from the pit This announcement announcementwas
was as made positive today to ay by Patten him himself lt1mself himself ¬
self who declares ho will sail for Europe EuropeWednesday EuroP6Vedneedy EuropeWednesday
Wednesday and not return until April 1 iWith 1With 1With
With the retirement from active dealing dealingin
in grain and cotton also will come the thewithdrawal thewlthdrawal th thwithdrawal
withdrawal from the pit of his brother brotherGeorge brotherGeorge brotherGeorga
George W Patten and his partner or ofyears orftrS oryoars
years ftrS William H Bartlett BartlettThe BartlettThe BartlettThe
The firm of Bartlett Patten Co will willgo wUlo willgo
go o out of existence and in its stead tood the theBartlettPatten theBartlettPatten theBartlettPatton
BartlettPatten Company will be organIzod organ organized organIzed ¬
ized July 1 1
I Boys Admit Attempt to Wreck Train Trainto Traini Trainto
i to Get Booty BootyGreenwich BootyGreenwich
I Greenwich Conn Feb 28 The arrest arrestof arrestotGeorge arrtof
of otGeorge George Lenke aged ten years y rs Stephen StephenYoski Stepheni StephenYoski
i Yoski fourteen Edward Gydooeki Gydooekitwelve Gydooekltwelve Gydoochitwelve
twelve Andrew Milken twelve and andMatthew andMatthew andMatthew
Matthew Gydooski nineteen years to today today ¬
day revealed that an attempt had been beenmade beenI beenmade
I made last Saturday to wreck the New NewHaven NewI NewHaven
I Haven train leaving New York shortly shortlyafter shortlyI shortlyafter
I after noon for the purpose so the police policesay policesay I
I say the boys confessed of oflooting looting the thebodies thebodlo thebodIes
bodies of the dead and wounded woundedTho woundedTho woundedThe
Tho wreckers got as far as opening a aswitch aswlteh a aSwitch
switch near the East Port Chester Chesterfreight Che Chesterfreight ter terfreight
freight yard aiif having either found or orstolen orstolen orstolen
stolen the keys That tho plain failed was wasdue wasdue wasdue
due to a switchman seeing s lng them throw throwtha throwthe fOW fOWthe
the switch He closed It in time to avert avertan avertan avertan
an accident accidentTha aceJdentThe accidentThe
The boys said they regularly attended attendedmoving attendedmoving attendedmoving
moving picture shows in Port Chester Chesterand Chesterand Chesterand
and that they had gotten gott some of thel theiideas thell thelideas
ideas l ees of outlawry front scenes Cenes presented presentedthere presentedthere presentedthere
Elevators Not to stop SibpChicago stopChicago SfopChicago
Chicago Feb 28 IWage Wage differences dlfferin dIffor cs be betwaeif betweol betweoij
twaeif tweol the Elevator Conductors Conductorsand and Start Starters Startera Starters ¬
ers Union and the Building Managers ManagersAssociation 1IanersAs ManagersAssociation
Association As oelatlon which threatened to lirlnj Urln a astrike 8strike astrike
strike in most of the downtown pflice pflicebuildings ftice fticebuildings ibcebuildings
buildings were ere settled this afternoon aftornoonbY aftornoonbYcommittees by bycommittees bycommittees
committees from each side sideCol sideCol
Col B A Byrne Dead DendSan DeadSan DeadSan
San Francisco Feb 3S 2SLleut Lieut Col Ber Bernard Bernard Bernard ¬
nard A Byrne U S A retired died at atthe j jthe I Ithe
the Lane Hospital today Col Co Byrne Byrnehad Byrnehad i ibad
had an honored career and was awarded awardeda
a 0 medsl m ooal of honor for distinguished di UnlJlshed gal gallantry gallan ga11anJry
lantry lan 1anJry Y in action at Bobong p L July Ju Juii
1 ii 18
House Will Also Pass Bill in inIts inIts inIts
fund for Commission Comnlissi Coinrnissidn n Will Be BeAdded BeAdded BeAdded
Added to Appropriation AppropriationAldrIch
AldrIch Plan to Save Government GovernmentMillions GOfernment1UnUons GovernmentMillton
Millions of Dollars a Year by In Introduction Introduction Introduction ¬
troduction of itrodern i Modern Systems and andRevision andRevision andRevision
Revision of Laws Put Through ThroughWithout Through1tthout ThroughWithout
Without Amendment Although A1thou h a aDifferent nDI1teient aDifferent
Different DI1teient Programme Is Offered OfferedSenator OfteredS OfferedSenator
Senator S nator AldrIchs bill providing for a acommission a acommlYlon acommission
commission to t establish 06tnblishmodern modern business businessmethods busInessmetb businessmeth
methods metb ds for the transaction of govern government goyeIlmont goVernmont ¬
mont work was passed by the Senate yes yesterday yester yesterday ¬
terday ter 8Y notwithstanding an unsuccessful unsuccessfuleffort uns1cce unsuccessfuleffort rul ruleffort
effort by Senator Newlands New lands to so amend amendthe amendthe amendthe
the measure that It would provide for the theappointment then theappoIntment
appointment n of the members of the com commission commission cornmission ¬
mission by the the President PresidentThe PresidentTh PresidentThe
The Th bill as passed provides for a cora coramissien commtsa1en cornmI1on
missien of five Senators to be appointed appointedby appoIntedby appointedby
by the Vice President and five Represent Representatlves Representathos Bcpresentativos
atlves to be appointed by by the Speaker and andthe and andthe andthe
the measure will pass the House it may maybe maybe maybe
be definitely dea1a1t 1r seated = ated in this form formPersonnel formPersonncl formPersonnel
Personnel About Decided On OnIt OnIt OnIt
It may also be stated that plans for the theestablishment theNtabllshment theetbhlshmnt
establishment of the commission have havegone havegone havegone
gone so far that the personnel Is i about aboutdecided aboutdecided aboutdecided
decided on although although no announcement of ofthe orthe ofthe
the names of Senators and Representa Representatives RepresenlaUVM RepresentaUves ¬
tives who are to serve S6r e will be made until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the bill is signed by the President who Is IsIn IsIn Isin
In hearty accord with the plan for the thecomission thecomlulon thecomisalon
comission and the work It will do doThe doTho doThe
The commission In addition to examin examining examln1nS examinIng ¬
ing into and reporting to Congress on onwhat onwhAt onwhat
what changes chn ea are desirable or necessary necessaryin nec SS Y Yin
in ii transacting the business of the gov government gov6IMmant govorament ¬
ernment will deal with the subject of oflaws ofIa oflaws
laws Ia reiatfng thereto and under the bill billpower billpower billpower
power Is given the commission to sit dur during durIng durlug ¬
ing the recess of Congress at such times timesand tlmeand timesand
and places as the members deem desira desirable doolrable desirabin ¬
ble to administer oaths to send for per persons pernns pereons ¬
sons nns and papers and to employ such sec secretaries eeoretarios seeretarIos ¬
retarios experts stenographers messen messengers messengers messengers ¬
gers and other assistants as shall hah1 be nec necessary neoe neceesary ¬
essary e aao to carry out the purposes for which whichthe whIchtho whichtho
tho commission is formed formedPlan tormfdIan formedPlan
Plan Ian tp it Mect I Iect < jet Expense ExpcnePfon ExpenseNo
No provision Ia m19 made jl 1jrgiiaili b1l 4rt 4rtpia r rtt
pia 90 of tt the e commute commuteJbm but afbIrit1e afbIrit1eJlia aftr thie
Jbm 4 baoOBBsg bOOfJllt bone ess S 11 a law an estimate of the theavlovnt thedount theil
avlovnt il dount eunt needed ed for the th work will be b made madeand madeand
and 8 dan an amendment granting the neces necessary necessa ¬
sary sa money wilt be tacked on to one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the appropriation bills billsSenator billsSenator billsSenator
Senator Newlands of Nevada In sup supporting supporttnc supporting ¬
porting the amendment he offered giv giving gtvIng glvlug ¬
ing the President Instead Jnst d of Congress Congressauthority Congressauthent Congressauthority
authority authent to appoint the members of the thecommission theeommleeion thecommission
commission paid his respects to the theTawney theT8wney theTawney
Tawney amendment to the sundry civil civilbill clvUbt11 civilbitt
bill of a couple of years ears ago agoThis agoThltl agoThis
This amendment Senator Newlands Newlandssaid NewlandssakI Newlandssaid
said paralyzed the powers of the Prod President Prestdont Proddent ¬
dent In the coordination and coopera cooperation coopemdon cooperalion ¬
don of the various branches of the gov government government governesent ¬
ernment ernmentSenator ernmentSel ernesentSenator
Senator Sel tor Newlands wanted Dnted to know of ofSenator ofSenator ofSenator
Senator Aldrich if the Tawney amend amendmant amendmont amendmoat
mont does not only forbid the President Presidentto
to pay the expenses of any ny commission commissionacting commlseionacting commissionacting
acting under Executive appointment but butalso buta180 butalso
also forbids forbid the President to detail any anyofficial anyofflelal anyofficial
official In the government government to such com commissions commillllkm cornmissions ¬
missions or boards boardsMr boardsrrr boardsitr
Mr Aldrichs reply was that the Presi President President President ¬
dent can appoint commissions or boards boardsas boardsas boardsas
as he may elect elect but that under the theTawney theTawney theTawney
Tawney amendment he could not pay paytheir paytheir paytheir
their salaries or expenses out of the thaTreasury theTreaaufY theTreasury
Treasury of the United StatesPrevious States StatesPrevious statesPrefloulI
Previous Commission CommissionSenator Gommi CommIssionsSentot slonIJ slonIJSenator
Senator Hale of Maine 1alno was also In Interrogated Interrogated interragaod ¬
terrogated on this subject The Taw Tawney Tawney Tawney ¬
ney amendment he sald is far farreaching farr farreaching
reaching r aehlnl and Congress intended that it itshould Itshould Itshould
should be Under Its provisions I do not notthink notthink notthink
think it is possible for any board or orcommission oreommIllion orcommission
commission to be set afloat and make a avoyage avoyage avoyage
voyage spending the th governments governmentsmoner governmentsmoney j jmoney
money moneyThat moneyThat I
That amendment does not prevent or orinterfere orInterfere orInterfere
interfere with commissions which Con Congras CongrEMS Congross
gras in explicit terms authorizes and for forwhich forwhich forwhich
which appropriation Is made by Congress Congress9th CongressOtherwise j jOtherwise
Otherwise 9th nvlse no money from f om the Treasury Treasurycan Treasuryoan Treasurycan
can be b expended on them The operation operationof
of the tb Tawney amendment has put an anend anend artend
end to vagrant commissions commissionsSenator commirslonsSenator comminsionsSenator
Senator Aldrich stated that tha Taw Tawney Tawi Tawney ¬
i ney amendment was as not directed at the theKeep theKeep theKeep
Keep Commission which he said was a aproper aproper aproper
proper one but that it sought to put an anend anend anend
end to commissions of the character of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Waterways Wat rways Commission which had hadIts hodits hadIts
Its life In the Roosevelt administration administrationAlthough administrationAlthough administrationAlthough
Although Senator AldrIch who has been beenin beenin beenin
in charge of the bill during Its considera consideration consideration consideration ¬
tion In the Senate has declared d lared that he hecould hecould hecould
could save 800C0000 annually In the ox expenditures oxpandItures oxpcndltures ¬
penditures of the government if allowed allowedto
to run it as a a business man he will not notaccept notaccept ntaccept
accept appointment on the commission commissionSenator commissionSenator commissionSenator
Senator Aldrich is too busy
With Little Opposition They Theypas TheypasRC1Iolution POJSS POJSSResolutions PnsResolutions
Resolutions of Thanks ThanksIndianapolis ThnnlsIndianapolis ThanksIndianapolis
Indianapolis Feb 28 28The The Methodist MethodistMinisters MethodistMInISters iiethodlstMlnters
Ministers Association today adopted the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following followingIn
In view VI8ot of the masterful memorial ad address addre6S address ¬
dress delivered at Tomllnson Hall yes yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
terday terda afternoon on Washington and andLincoln andLtn andLincoln
Lincoln Ltn oln in view i w of the Integrity and up uprightness uprightness uprightness ¬
rightness of his life In view of the thesplendid thesplendid thesplendid
splendid services sen ces he is rendering the na nation na nation a ation ¬
tion as a a Christian statesman be It ItResolved ItResolved itRecclved
Resolved That this mlnlst
ministerial rlal asso association assoc1aUon aszoelation ¬
elation convey to United Dnfted Statos Senator SenatorBaveridge SenatorBeveridge SenatorBoveridge
Baveridge the heartiest expression of
ap appreciation appreciation appredation ¬
preciation and that furthermore be It ItResolved ItResolved itResolved
Resolved That we bespeak for him himthe himthe himthe
the highest measure in asure of success in his hisfujUire hisfu hisfuure
fujUire fu ure endeavors endeavorsSome endeavofSome endeavorsSome
Some of the ministers said that It placed placedthe placedthe planedthe
the association In the attitude of tack tacking t tackIng ck cking ¬
ing on to the Beveridge Bcweridge boom and they theyopposed theyopposed theyopposed
opposed It and some some others otherSdOOIar declared dthat that thatthe
the th resolution waStoo wns wf
< too brOad but It was wasfilially wasfirto1lt wasfinally
filially adopted with four or five dissent ¬
ing votes vot s
MonTUHD FOR M 32 YEARS iMli iMliPassing OUT OUTPassing OUTPassing
Passing of Alopzo Stewart StewartGomes StevartComes StewartComes
Comes as Surprise SurpriseTha
The familiar fate of Alonzo Stewart StewartWho Stewartw11o StewartWho
Who has been an enfploye entn1 ye of the th Senate Senatefor Sfnatetor Senatefor
for thirty thirtytwo two years year was missing yes yesterday yesterday e5 e5tQlday ¬
terday terdayThe tQldayrhe terdayThe
The fact that Stewart Ste is no longer an anofflaer anOffit1 anofllcter
offlaer Offit1 1 of t the S seaat at vaa 3ft4Iso1oitd 4lsolo d by bySnatr bySonaUtI bYSonatar
Snatr Bale Who l lmonths InlDdid n1tr n1trl1curIJr1M4Ig etOlW etOlWictIvdlng
l1curIJr1M4Ig ictIvdlng fXJr tb 1a t fltii fltiimontha
months sulary to mm His resignation resignationwas r resignatIonwas B1gnation B1gnationwas
was requested requestedStewart requestedStewart requestedStewart
Stewart was a protege of the late Sen Senator Senator Sonator ¬
ator Allison of Iowa coming to the San Sanate Senate Seaate
ate as a page He has been an Assistant AssistantSergeantatarma AssistantSergeantataI1J1S AssistantSergeantatarms
Sergeantatarma and in this capacity It Itwan ItwaR Itwas
wan hfk duty to announce the messages messagesfrom mossageefrom messagesfrom
from th the President Pr oot and the House of ofRepresentatives otReprosentaUv8S ofRepresentatives
Representatives He drew 3000 300 a year yearDIPLOMAT yearDIPLOMAT 001 001DIPLOMAT
Minister and Mme Gude in a Col Collision Collision Oo1lision ¬
Ii IiO
lision lisionO
O Gwde Minister from Norway and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Gude were not deterred from keep keepIng keepIng keeping
Ing a dinner engagement last night by byan bzan byan
an accident in which their brougham broughamcollided broughamaomd brougharncollided
collided aomd with an automobile and caused causedmuch causedmuch causedmuch
much atfoltement tement In the vicinity of Four Fourteenth Fourteenth Fourteouth ¬
teenth and isa q Q streets northwest northwestWhen northwest1Yhen northwestWhen
When the necessary evils pertaining to tostreet tostreet tostreet
street accidents had been relegated relegated to tothe tothe tothe
the past the Minister and his wife sank sankback sankback sankback
back amid the cushions ouhlo hIOI1s s of their hand handsomely handsomely handcomely ¬
somely appointed appointe < < equipage oq lpage and were werewhlakod wer werwhlsked werewhisked
whisked away awawh awaywhore whare re they the would not notsay notsay notsay
say sayIn sayIn sayIa
In searching for the cause of the ac accident accident aseldest ¬
cident the police pol were nonplussed for forthe forthe forthe
the man who occupied the automobile automobilesaid automobilesaid I Isaid
said with vehemence and nd other things thingsbesides thingsbesides thingsbesides
besides that t t the collision was not due dueto dueto I
to his fault while it would bo absurd absurdthe absurdthe i ithe
the police say to theorize that the dip diplomat diplomat diplomat ¬
lomat was responsible responsibleCOL responsibleCOL
Was lU a Personal Friend of Lincoln LincolnDonglas LincolnDouglas LincolnDouglas
Douglas and Grant GrantPlainfleld GrantPlah GrantPlalnhleld
Plainfleld Plah eld N J 3 Feb 28 2SCOl Col John JohnDietrich JohnDietrich JohnDietrich
Dietrich died today aged eightyone eightyoneyears eightyoneyears eightyoneyears
years Ho was a personal friend of Lin Lincoln LincOln Lincoin ¬
coln Stephen St phen A ADouglas Douglas and Gen Grant GrantIn GrantIn GrantIn
In 1542 he got the gold fever and se securing secUrlng securing ¬
curing cUrlng 5300 300 made the trip to California He Horeturned Hereturned Hereturned
returned two years later with 10000 in ingold ingol Ingoland
gold gol goland tand and settled at Bloomington Ill Ho Howal Hoai Hox4
wal x4 ai holding a position in p the Treasury TreasuryDepartment Treasurypartment Treasurypartmcnt
Department partment at Washington In 1SKJ when whenhe
he decided to go to the front He was wasappointed wasappointed wasappointed
appointed colonel of tho First Fi st Mississippi MississippiRegiment lUssissipPiRegiment MississippiRegiment
Regiment on guard at Vlcksburg VlcksburgBOOT VIckSburgROOT VlcksburgROOT
Senator better OTalcInj aking ln IssUe with TvithHughes withHugbes withHughes
Hughes Ileaft Red in Albany AlbanyAlbany AlbanyAlbany
Albany Feb 3S SWith With no comment In
the senate and but a word or two follow following fOllowIn followj followjing ¬
ing In its 1t reading r lng In tha thQ assembly the lot lptter IO IOter lottar >
ter of United States Senator Elihu Root Rootto Rootm Rootto
to State Senator Senator Frederick Fred rtOk JI Davenport Davenportfaking Davenportlaking Davenporttaking
faking issue with Gow Go Hughes on the theTaft theTaft theTaft
Taft Federal F dcral Income t mota is tx was read in in6cth Inbcth inbcth
bcth houses of the legislature tonight tonightSenator tonlglttSenator tonightSenator
Senator Davenport read the letter to the thesenate thetenato thesenate
senate and Clerk Smith smith in the lower lowerhouse lowerhouse lowerhouse
house houseThe houseThe houseThe
The report was Vasleterred referred to the judiciary judiciarycommittees judiciarycommittees judiciarycommIttees
committees of both hoUses hO lses and ordered orderedprinted orderedprinted orderedprinted
printed printedIn printedIn printedIn
In the assembly Hnorlty Leader Frls Frlsbte Frishis
his saRi aft he was glacfsuqh glaf su t an eminent t Re Republican R RpUbllb Republihan ¬
publican pUbllb n would wouldio wouldo rfo St1ensty stxaniy tren ly argue a prin principle prlnclple principlo ¬
ciple of the Democratic party partyOlio partyOllo
Olio Law Causes Cnml Trouble TroubleChicago TroubleChicago TroubleChicago
Chicago Fob 23 2SV11lInm William Broadwell Broadwellcharged Broadwellcharged Broaciwelicharged
charged with violating the law regulating regulatingthe
the sale of oleomargarine was sentenced sentencedto sentencedsix
to six years in the th Federal prison at atLeavnworth atLeavrnwOrt atLeavenworth
Leavnworth Kans and fined 15000 l l5OQ COO by byJudge byJudge byJudge
Judge K M MLandJs LandlB Sentence of Edward EdwardBroadwell Edw EdwardBroadwell
Broadwell Samuel Samuel Driesback Dr e sback and an Daniel DanielBroth Dahi DanielBroth l lBroth
Broth lndlcted with 1th Broadurellf Broadwell was de deferred deterred deferred ¬
DIES DIESAT AT A T AGE AGEOF OF 110 110aiilford 110lUnrold 110Milford
Milford N H J Feb 28 2SMJh 2SMJhad Mich Michael lI h hncl ¬
ael ad Leavittt the oldest Irish JrlshAmerican IrIsh1nerlcan IrishAmerican
American in New Hampshire Hampshiredied HnIUllhrccUed Hampshiredied
died today nt the age 110 years yearsHe yearnHe ean eanHe
He had lived alone since the thedeath thed thedeath
death d uth of life JtI wife forty years yearsago yearsago cars carsago
ago lie Ie Iran born In County CountyKerry CountyKerry CountyKerrj
Kerry Ireland He Ie came to toAmerica toAmerica toAmerica
America seventy years eurs ago agoDISTRICT agoDISTRIOTBILL
DISTRICT DISTRIOTBILL BILL IS AGREED TO TOAppropriation TOApprgpriationMeasure TOApproprioa
Appropriation ApprgpriationMeasure teasure tReBe tReBepo t I3e He HeAbout ReAbout
po idTotibTG 1i 1i300000
About 000000 Added < to o Total of ofItems ofItems ofItein
Items Fixed in Inte InteHoule inHouse ithe itheHouse
House HouseThe HouleThe HouseThe
The District appropriation Pproprlatl n bill has ben benagreed benagreoo beenagreed
agreed to add arid will vlli be reported r portK today todayby todayb todayby
by b the conferees confereesThe conferasThe confereesThe
The measure mea ure as agreed agre to will carry carryabout Q carryabout rry rryrbout
about UMC9I OOI Ot more ore than it carried when whenIt whenit whenIt
It passed the House mostly distributed distributedh dtBtrlbutedIn
In Ln h small m ll sums among various depart departinants departonts departhients
inants onts of the District government governmentThe governmentThe governmentThe
The largest addition to the bill after afterit atterit afterIt
it passed the House is an item providing providingiMO prOidlngOGO providinga4o
a4o iMO OGO for a 8 new school building at Ran Randall Randan Randell ¬
dan Heights HeightsThe Hel HeightsThe bts btsThe
The bill also contains an n item for the theextension theextension theextension
extension of water mains along the Con Conduit Qndult Condult ¬
dult road which was wa not in it when it itpassed Itpassed Itpassed
passed the House amounting to 30600 30600A 11100number SS014t
A number of smaller items were drop dropped dropped droppod ¬
ped from the bill in conference but the thelarger thelarger thelarger
larger amounts were allowed to remain remainas
as at first rst placed in the measure measureSiO meafiUMiO
Higlictit Price SlncQ Sine 1S7O Paid In Inthe IIIthe I Ithe
the Chicago Stock StoCk Yards YardsChicago YnrdsChIcago YardsChicago
Chicago Feb 28 SThe The 10 hog h made his hisftrst hisftrst hisrst
ftrst rst appearance on the local market since since1STO sinee1Sl0 sincelio
1STO at todays session ses lon A load of ofpound 2W 2Wpound 2e4pound
pound hogs sixtysix In number was wasbought wasbought wasbought
bought by an Eastern shipper at that thatprice ihatprioe thatprice
price The sale was made early but was wasunder wasunder wasunder
under cover till near the noon hour hourB hourB hourB
B L Strohm of Gushing Iowa owned ownedthe ownedthe ownedthe
the hogs and they netted him the most mostmoney mostmoney mostmoney
money of any an similar weights hogs In Inforty InrprtJ Inforty
forty years yearsBED rearsRED YearsRED
Notorious Swindler Is Denied Ball BallPending DnllPen l31LPending
Pen Pending tUng an Appeal AppealNew AppcalNew AppealNew
New York Feb 28 28Red Red Adams the thegold thegol thegold
gold gol brick and mining stock swindler swindlerwho swindlerwho swindlerwho
who has been on trial for a week In the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Circuit Court on the charge chargeof chargeof chargeof
of using the mails to defraud was found foundguilty foundsullty foundguilty
guilty this afternoon after the Jury had haddeliberated haddelIberated haddeliberated
deliberated fifty minutes minutesJudge mlnulesJudge minutesJudge
Judge Hough denied the motion for a anew anew anetv
new new trial made by Edward Latiterbch LatiterbchAdams LatItarb LauterbachAdams ch chAdams
Adams counsel and the convicted man manwill manwJ11 manwill
will be sentenced tomorrow tomorrowIn
In denying the motion to admit Adams Adamsto Adamsto Adamsto
to bail pending an appeal which will be betaken betaken betaken
taken Judge Hough said it was W5 clear to tohim tohim tohim
him that for forty years Adams had been beenpreying beenpreying beenpreying
preying on the community and was a adangerous adangerous adangerous
dangerous man to be at large largaTOLLGATE 18rgaTOLLGATE largeTOLLGATE
Henry Ulrich Victim of Despondency DespondencyOver DespondencyOer DespondencyOver
Over 111 Health HealthWord HeatHVord HealthWord
Word has been received In Washington Washingtonof
of the suicide on Sunday afternoon of ofHenry orHenry ofHenry
Henry Ulrich keeper k ep6r of the tollgate of ofthe atthe ofthe
the Washington Colesvitla Cole 111e and Ash Ashten Ashton Ashton
ton turnpike about midway between SHgo SHgoard SUgoaJ1d Sligoard
ard Burnt Mill Md MdHe MdHe MaHe
He swallowed carbolic add because or otdespondency ordespondoncy ordespondency
despondency over ill health Ulrleh was wasabout waIJabout wasabout
about fifty flft years old He is survived by byhis byhis byhis
his wife wl e and six children childrenSeven childrenSeen childrenSeven
Seven Dogs Shot ShotMtcfdletown s ShotMkldletown ot otlU
Mtcfdletown lU dletown N Y Feb a BFollowing 2Followingthe BFollowingthe Following Followingthe
the report of the theanabysis analysis of the brain of ofa ata ofa
a suspected dog by the Pasteur P tbur Institute Institutethe Institutethe Institutethe
the board boar of health of Highland I < < hland Mills Millsmade ll1llsmade Millsmade
made an onslaught on dogs Seven were wereshot wereshot wereshot
shot and and cremated today and others otherswhich otherswhich otherewhich
which were bitten by the dog the theanalysis theanalysis theanalysis
analysis of which whlcblilhowed showed he had rabies rabieswill rabIeswill rabIeswill
will be killed
Uncle Joe to Be Honored Honoredas HOQoredas
as Social Innovation InnovationPresident lUll InnovationPresident ovation ovationPresident
President Taft has come to the con conclusion conclusion conelusion ¬
clusion that the Speaker of the House of ofRepresentatives atRepresentatives ofRepresentatives
Representatives has been neglected in a asocial a asocial asocial
social way long enough and in conse consequence consequence consequence ¬
quence he is going Ing to give a Speakers Speakersdinner SpeakerspInner Speakersdinner
dinner at the th While W1U House Thursday Thursdaydoesnt Thursdayrclt
rtll rclt It
oflrs f h g his IS dine 4ipfdoesnt dinedoesnt
doesnt mean that Uncle 41be Toe Cannon Cannonhasnt Cannonhasnt Cannonhasnt
hasnt been recognized r gnlzed In social life In InWashington InVashlngton InWashington
Washington because he most certainly certainlyhas certain certainhas certainlyhas
has For years OBrS however It ithes has been the thecustom thecustom thecustom
custom for or the President Pr Sldent to give a dlplo diplomatic dlplomatic dlplomatic ¬
matic dinner a Cabinet dinner dlnn r and a aJudicial aj ajudicial
Judicial dinner While the Speaker might mightbe mlthtbe tnlbhtbe
j be a guest at any or all of these fiinc fiincttons lnc uelions lncI
lions he wasnt ever eercJassed classed as a Cabinet Cabinetofficer Cnbinetofflcar Cabinet0111cm
I officer or a a judge or even a diplomat diplomatThe diplomatThe diplomatThe
The Vise President came in at the Cabi Cabinet Cabinet Cabinet ¬
net affair although he isnt a member memberof
of the Presidents family circle eitherAfter either eltherAfter eitherAfter
After thinking it over President l > Taft TaIt4e TaIt4ecIded de decided decided ¬
cided that the Speaker of the House one oneof one oneot oneof
of the most important figures in Wash Washington WasbIngte Washington ¬
ington Ingte > D should be remembered and he heevolved heevolved heevolved
evolved the Speakers dinner Probably ProbablyIt
It will become customary customar in the future futureto futureto futureto
to give this dinner in addition to the theother theother theOthOr
other three threeSo threeSo threeSo
So far as could be learned the guest guestlist guestlist guestlist
list at this first affair will not be con confined confined confined ¬
fined merely to members of the House HouseThere HouseThere HouseThere
There will be probably fifty or more moreguests moresuest moreguests
guests Senator Gordon of Mississippi Mississippiwho MississippiwlW MississippihO
who hO leaves the Senate within a few days daysfor daJsfor daysfor
for Okolona and the quiet of the plan plantation plantatlon plantatlon ¬
tatlon Is to be invited invitedBIG InYitedJUG invitedBIG
I Opposition to Exposition Developes DevelopesHere DeTelopesHere flevelopesHere
Here and in InGermnnr InGermnnrNew Germany GermanyNew GermanyNew
New York Feb 28 28The The American Ex Exposition Exposition Exposition ¬
position which was t6 t have been held heldIn heldin heldin
In Berlin next summer has been post postponed postponed postponed ¬
poned The executive committee today todaydecided todaydecided todaydecided
decided that In view of the apparent apparentopposition apparentopposition apparentopposition
opposition to the exposition that has de developed developed developed ¬
veloped In Germany and this country It Itwas Itwas itwas
was best to postpone the project for an another another another ¬
other year at least and then to endeavor endeavorto endeavort9
t9 make the affair GermanAmerican in incharacter Incbaract incharactOr
character characterThe cbaract charactOrThe r rThe
The honorary committee appointed by byPresident b bPresident byPresident
President Taft which Includes J P PMorgan PJllorgan PMorgan
Morgan John Wanamaker ranamak r and David R RFrancis RFrancIs BFrancis
Francis will be continued continuedSTEEL continuedSTEEL continuedSTEEL
Small Force of Men Ien Reports at the theBethlehem tlaeBethlel1eUlPlnnt theBethlehem
Bethlehem Bethlel1eUlPlnnt Bethlel1eUlPlnntSouth Plant PlantSouth PlantSouth
South Bethlehem Pa Feb 2SThe 2STheBethlehem 28TheBethlehem The TheBethlehem
Bethlehem steel works resumed opera operations operations operations ¬
tions today with a very ery small force of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men however The expected demonstra demonstration demonstratton demonstration ¬
tion of the strikers did not materialize materializedue materlalIzedue materializedue
due to the determined showing of the theheavily theheavily theheavily
heavily armed constabulary and deputy deputysheriffs deputysheriffs deputysheriffs
sheriffs who patrolled the entrances to tothe tothe tothe
the works worksThe worksiThe WorksThe
The Catholic priests of this town held helda
a a conference con erence tonight and offered their theirservices theirservices theirservices I
services to the strikers and steel com company comp cornpany ¬
pany p ny as mediators mediatorsTwo mediatorsTwo mediatorsTwo
Two hundred strikebreakers arrived to today today today
day part of a large number to follow followINSANE followINSANE followINSANE
> I
Shoots Father and Brotherinlaw Brotherinlawand Brother lnw lnwnUt
and nUt Then Flees FleesUnlontown FlecsUnion FleesUnlontown
Unlontown Union town Pa Feb 28 2SFrnnkfmlth 2SFrnnkfmltha 28Frank Frank Smith Smitha
a rich farmer living ten miles south south of ofUnlontown atUnlQnlown ofTjniontown
Unlontown went apparently insane nsane last lastevening lastVel1lng lastOVOflflg
evening and killed his father D P PSmith PSmfth PSmith I
Smith aged sixtythree years year ear while the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter was coming home from a church churchmeeting churchmeeting churchmeeting
meeting meetingSmith meetingSmith meeting5mlth
Smith then went to the home of his hisbrotherinlaw hisbrotherInlaw
brotherinlaw Evans Moser another rich richfarmer rlohfarmer richfarmer
farmer and killed him with a n Winchester Winchesterin
in a bedroom The murderer mur < 1erer then es escaped OScap escaped ¬ I
caped cap d to the mountains on horseback horsebackleaving horsebackleaing horsebackleaving
leaving his sister dying from the shock shockof shock shocksof t tof
of seeing her husband killed klIle by her herbrother herbrother herbrother
brother brotherSmith brotherSmith brotherSmith
Smith Is still at large in the mountains mountainswith IUuntalnswith mountainswith
with two posses In pursuit pursuitHomesrrovm putsultHJIe pursuItIloittegrown
Homesrrovm HJIe = roVn Double Violets rlold BOc Oe
bunch very Cry fragrant Blackistone 14 H
Pressure on P R T Tto to Bring BringAbout BringAbout BringAbout
About Arbitration ArbitrationI ArbitrationJilEECEANTS ArbitrationJIJHtCHANTS
Fear of General Walkout De Determined Determined Dcteiinined ¬
termined Action ActionSympathy ActionSympathy ActionSympathy
Sympathy of Public Being Alienated Alienatedl Alienatedby Alienatedby
l by > y Attitude of the Company CoulpnnylolO CoulpnnylolOCars Moro MoroCars
Cars Run Than T nn on Any Previous PreviousDay PreviousDay PreviousDay
Day Since Trouble Began BeganJIcSlchol BeganJIcSlcholnnl McXIchol McXIcholand
and Tare Expected to Return Returnfrom Returfrom Returzzfront
from Florida to Take Up Case CasePhiladelphia ClUePhiladelphia CasePhiladelphia
Philadelphia Feb 28 a8Senator a8Senatorjim Senator SenatorJim SenatorJim
Jim McNichol who is in Florida Floridawith Floridavith Floridawith
with Recorder Vare Var was appealed appealedto
to tonight to hustle home and save savePhiladelphia savePhiladelphia savePhiladelphia
Philadelphia from the dangers of ofa ofa ofa
a general strike strikeThe strikeThe strikeThe
The situation has become become so soalarming soalarming Soalarming
alarming in the past twentyfour twentyfourhours twentyfourhours twentyfourhours
hours that McNichol and Vare are aredepended aredepended aredepended
depended upon to succeed where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the clergy of the city failed failedThe failedThe failedThe
The impression strengthens strengthenshourly strengthenshourly strengthenshourly
hourly that the Central Labor LaborUnion LaborUnion LaborUnion
Union was not bluffing when it or ordered ordered ord ¬
dered d red a a general sympathetic strike strikeMerchants strike1erchants strikeMerchants
Merchants and manufacturers who wholaughed wholaughed wholaughed
laughed a few days ago at the pos possibility possibility po posibility ¬
sibility of extended trouble have havebecome havebecome ha e ebecome
become apprehensive apprehensiveBusiness apprehensiveBusiness apprehensiveBusiness
Business has been cramped crampedenough crampedenough crampedenough
enough as it is by the carmens carmensstrike carmensstrike carmensstrike
strike The possibilities that hinge hingeupon hingeupon hingeupon
upon a general walkout have made madethese madethese madethese
these business men highly uncom uncomfortable uncomfortable uncomfortable ¬
fortable fortableThe fortablehe fortableThe
The he Philadelphia Rapid Transit Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany who for various reasons ftOna is in tee teeourlous tMourlous ttecurious
ourlous position of being about to lose losea losea
a a strike that it has won a situation situationbrought situatiOnbrought situationbrought
brought upon itself by the snub It gave gaveto gaveto gaveto
to the clergyman of oi the city cJtywh6lt when it told toldthe toldthe toldthe
the ministers that it wnt uWnt arbitrate arbitratepTffiiUUggf arbitratehi
pTffiiUUggf 111 IB QIlf Jie fterUnaey 1MIt1aaoV rtlnep or on one xrau xrausdrfH IIt3UH
sdrfH 0 H Earle one ef three city rep representatives representatives representatives ¬
resentatives on the Pennsylvania Rapid RapidTransit Rapidlranst RapidTransit
Transit board of directors 4Jtect ra repaired r utred tbe tfiecompany tbeompan tbecompany
company ompan to take thai stand standIlefuse S standItemuse Uld UldUeiuse
Ilefuse Ueiuse to Arbitrate ArbitratePreviously ArbitraIePreviously rbltrntePreYlous1y
Previously the sympathies of a public publicwere publtow pubhiawere
were w re with ith the company because it was wasgenerally wasgenerally wasgeneraliybeiievedthat
generally generaliybeiievedthat believed that the company had hadbfeen hadb hadbeen
been b en fair with oJth Its men and that It was waswithin waswithin waswithin
within its rights in declining to to permit permitClarence permitClarence permitClarence
Clarence O OPratt Pratt the Detroit agitator agitatorand agttatorand agitatorand
and the Amalgamated AI11I gamated Union Street Rail Railway RallW Railway ¬
way W y employee to dictate how and when whenIt whenIt whenIt
It should employ or discharge its men menThe menThe menThe
The strikers were willing to arbitrate arbitrateand arb1tratfan arbitrateand >
and an It Is known positively that they theyWould thpwould theyvould
Would vould have agreed to the th decision d Qlslon of a aboaVd a abodrd aboard
board of arbitration even if the board boardhad boartIhad hoardhad
had eliminated the Question to a a general generaldemand ge genuraldemand ral raldemand
demand The clergmen including Bishop BishopWilson BishopUson BishpWilson
Wilson Uson of the Methodist Church and andArchbishop andArchbishop andArchbishop
Archbishop Ryan of the Roman Catholic Catholicdiocese CatholicJ1locese Catholichiocese
diocese offered means of adjustment adjustmentThe adjustmentThe adjustmentThe
The company through its directors gave gaveheed gaeh gaveheed
heed h d to George Geor o H Earle and turned turneddown turnt turzvidown > d ddown
down mediatory offers Than as had been beenthreatened betnthreatened bef n nthreatened
threatened a general strike was planned plannedand plannpdand plann 1 1and
and called As things stand now it is isten i iten s sten
ten to one that 1MM6 1 men will leave leavetheir lea leatheir le n ntheir
their picks in the air next Saturda Saturdamorning Saturda7 Saturda7uorning Saturda7morning
morning unless unleo the transit company de decides dtc1des deaides ¬
aides to leave the points of difference differencebetween dlffer differencebetween nce ncebetween
between itself and its I men to a board of ofarbitration orarbitration ofarbitration
Company Under UndcrIl lJnderF1re lJnderF1reThe Eire e
4 V
The company stands tonMtt ton inJust the theposition theposition theposition
position it had the striklnjrfeizuhen Str1kJnggmn three threedays threeday threedays
days day ago Its back is to the UJawa twaU wall > > and It ttIs ItIs itis
Is being attacked by everybody ev who has hasan hasan hasan
an interest In the present crisis crisisDuring deisDuring s4is s4isDuring
During the day half h Jf a dozen movementswere mvementswere movements llivementzwere
were started to compel the P R T to toarbitrate toarbitrate toarbitrate
arbitrate Nobody wants a general generalstrike generalstrike generalstrike
strike not even the union ton men who are aropreparing art artprep arepreparing
preparing prep rlng to walk out but the town is isthoroughly Isthorougbly isthoroughly
thoroughly convinced that a generaf generafstrike genatstrike generarstrike
strike Ja exactly what it Is facing in incase incase incase
case tho P R T refuses refusesInvestigation refusesInvestigation refus refusInvestigation
Investigation of the situation tuation today de developed developed developed ¬
veloped this Employers of all kinds kindsbrewers kindsbrewers kindsbrewers
brewers heads hea s of weafing factories iactod s the theCramps theCramps theCramps
Cramps men who employ machinists machinistssteamfitters machinistssteamfitters machinistsstoamfitters
steamfitters carpenters tailors milk milkwagon milkwagon milkwagon
wagon drivers electrical workers and anda
a hundred oth otJ1fU r kind Of workmen have haveasked ba haveasked ve veasked
asked their t elr men what they the really in intended Intended intended ¬
tended to do If the P R T refus retu refused d to toarbitrate toarbitrate toarbitrate
arbitrate In ll almost every eyel case they theyhave theyhaYe theyhave
have been Informed Informedthat that their employee employeswould employewould employeewould
would abide by the th decision of their theirunions theirunons theirunions
unions unionsWhan unons unonsWhan unionsWhoa
Whoa Whan this became nigh certain the big bigbanks bigbanks bigbanks
banks took a hand In the game There TheY TheYare Thereare
are many large Industrial concerns in inPhiladelphia I1Philadelphia inPhiladelphia
Philadelphia that th t have large contracts on onhand onhand cnband
hand and are carrying ikes the these contracts contractsOn
On money borrowed from the banks The Thebanks Thebanks Thebanks
banks are keenly interested lDtereatedtn in preventing preventinga
a general strike The put the OIeSolution solution or orthe ofthe
the problem up to one of the most mo t pow powerful powerful powerful ¬
erful Institutions in this dtythe city the Market 1arketStreet MarketStreet
Street Merchants Mercb 31 n l Association As8oclatJonAgree Asseciauontgret
Agree on Plan of Action ActionThe ActionTh6roGrchants ActionTh
The Th6roGrchants Th merchants headed h aded by Ellis Gimbel Gimbeland Gimbeland
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