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1TIONAL TIONAL STRIKE STRIKEI
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Pressure IBrotiglit IS 11011ght to Bear Bearon Beart
t on fl Transit Compaq CompaqEMPLOYEES Co CompanyBMPLOYBRS pany panyI
I EMPLOYEES PLAN A LOOKOUT LOOKOUTKciutington LOOKOUTt LOOKOUTIcnxIngton
t Kciutington Kcnwlngton 3I1H ll1J District Dl trlct In Danger Dangerof
of Huge SliutdoTrn ns fl5threr Manufnc ManufncVlolaLillty IAnntncturera
turera Are MoWng a U Fight for In Invlol InioI
VlolaLillty vlol ioI bllity o of Contracts Many ManyBaldwin ll1nnyBaldwIn ManyBaldwin
Baldwin Workmen Vork uen Go Out OutPhiladelphia OutPhftAdeIpJla OutPhlideIpbIa
Philadelphia larch Iarth a 9Tbo The union la labor labot Iabar ¬
bar chiefs ts here are banking on the thathreat thetbreat tliathreat
threat of a a Staiftwjde Sta 8tawI wt or national nationalstrikat naUonalatrlke naUozaitr1ke
strikat tr1ke They came out into the open opentonight opentonight opeutonight
tonight and admitted It it Tho plan ll n la labroadly Isbroadl 18broadly
broadly broadl to drive the merchants and andbusiness andbustn andbusIn
bustn business interests not only of Philadel Philadelphia PhUndelphla Philadelphia ¬
phia but of the th whole country into a apanic apaJdc
panic 80 that tremendous preseure pra ure will wutbe willbe willbe
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be brought to bear on the Philadelphia PhiladelphiaRapid PbfladelpbleRapid Ph1adeph1aRapid
Rapid Transit tt Company to treat with mthits withIts withits
its former ernployoa ernployoaPratt aIIU1loY 1U110yQ8Pratt 8 8Pratt
Pratt Murphy and Mahon the prin principal prlncl princIi1 ¬
cipal cl l leaders of the sympathetic strike strikeknew strIkeknew strikeknew
knew lest Monday night that thoy were werebeaten werebeaten worebeaten
beaten beatenTheso beatenTheSd beatenThese
These threa men and the committee of often often often
ten or the Central I Labor aber Union which whichis whichIs whichIs
is directing the general strike conferred conferredand conforrodand nterrod nterrodand
and decided to send William D Mahon Mahonpresident Mahonpresident Mahonproskient
president of the Amalgamated Associa Association AMoclation AseocIathen ¬
tion of Street and Electric Railroad RailroadEmployes RailroadEmploy RatlroadEmployha
Employ to the convention of the State StateFederation StateFeclentian StateFederation
Federation of Labor at Newcastle Newcastleaiahon NewcastleIahon Newcast1eIaon
aiahon was told to toJa toy th UM situation situationbefore mtvatlonbefore situationbefore
before the federation and to ask the theState theState theState
State leaders to give the union unionhere booses booseshere boeeehere
here a new club to swing Mahon was wasInstructed wasinstructed wasInstructed
Instructed to tell the federation just justwhat justwhat Juatwhat
what the situation really is and to im impress Imprea 1wpress ¬
press upon it the fact that the unions unionsmust unionsmoat unionsmust
must have the support of a a threat of a aState aState aState
State strike or the walkout here lt e would wouldbe W wouldbe uld uldbe
be a total failure failureNot faUureNot failureNot
Not Alarmed at Xews XewsThat YcwThat eII eIIThat
That is precisely what Mahon did The TheCentral TheCentral TheCentral
Central Labor Union heads admit aa aamuch asmuch anmuch
much For that reason neither the city cityofficials eJ eJofftclalih cityofIlc1als
officials nor the principal employers em n of oflabor otlabor oflabor
labor such as the textile mill owaars owaarswere oWJIorawere owoars1were
were greatly reatl alarmed when the news newscame nowecame ew8 ew8came
came from Newcastle that the State StateFederation StataederaUOft StateFederation
Federation had indorsed a Statewide Statewidestrike Statewidestrike Statewidestrike
strike should it t be necessary and had hadurged Juu1urged hadurged
urged the American Federation of Labor Laborto Laborto Lorto
to order a strike of national scope scopeMayer 3ICOfeMayer scopeMayer
Mayer Keyburin for Instance thinks thinksthe thlaksthe thinksthe
the State Federation is bluffing He does doesnot do donot donot
not believe that tbat there is the slightest dan danger duger denger ¬
ger of extensive defections of union em employes employes em employes ¬
ployes He figures that the union lead leaders ldHI leadrg ¬
ers rg hero are using usl the State Federation Federationas
as their ace in the hole and the only onlyace onlyace onlyace
ace they haya left leftInquiry lettInqWIY leftInquIry
Inquiry this th evening eventn among amon th the owners ownersof ownersor ownersof
of the large 1e go mills and factories elicited elicitedmuch elicitedmuch elicitedmuch
much the same m opinion The men who whoown whoown whoown
own the th great looms of Kensington KeDat tOft are arebecoming arebecoming arebecoming
becoming confident that they can win wintheir wintheir wintheir
their light l1 ht for the inviolability of agree agreements agreaments gree greemeat ¬
ments oven if they have to lob4P kwp their theirshops tJarshoM thrshope
shops ore oeodtbra ffcru yaw to ct o de itTb8liO It ItThmo it itThese
These 8 1p wnptayV r love 3tm 5tIWIed IIld ed their theirbackbones theirbackboltt theirbaekboneg
backbones imttsngi fm Imnssj ll in Lb the ptft gay M1 M1two or ortwo or ortwo
two They have ceased practically to toshout toshout toshout
shout for arbitration They are re meeting meetingprincipally rneetjngprincipally
principally for the purpose le of determin determining cletermlninc determ determlag ¬
inc a uniform mode of procedure should
it become necessary to suspend opera operations operations ¬
tions indefinitely indefinitelyAre IndefinitelyAre IndefinitelyAre
Are Urging Arbitration ArbitrationWith ArbitrationWith ArbitrationWith
With the merchants the proprietors proprietorsof
of th the biff bI downtown owntftn stores the shop shopkeepers shopkMpers shopkeepers ¬
keepers In the neighborhood where the thestrike the8tr1ke thestrike
strike feeling is hottest retail dealers dealersall deaiera deaieraall dealersall
all over the city the cas ease is s different differentThey differentThey dlfferenLThey
They have suffered so much in pocket pocketbook POCketbook pocketbook
book already tht they are calling caUlDl1uat11y lustily
for somebody to t make the Philadelphia PhiladelphiaRapid PhiladelphiaRapid PhiladelphiaRapid
Rapid Transit Company arbitrate arbitrateThe arbitrateThe arbItrateThe
The situation has been so d
disagree disagreeable disagreeable ee eeable ¬
able to them that they have
sought to tominimise tomini tominimise
minimise mini mise in every way possible the re reports re reports reports ¬
ports of rioting and lawlessness The
Market street merchants at a athis meeting meetJn meetJnthis <
this afternoon adopted a resolution which whichprovides whichprovides wbiciprovides
provides for distributing circulars all allover allover allover
over the country circulars that will re reassure re reassure reassure ¬
assure customers customersThe cUiltomersThe customersThe
The feeling tonight is somewhat tenser tenseron tenseron tenseron
on account of the Newcastle threat and andbecause andbeclU endbecause
because e the union succeeded suceeii in pulling
2000 OO unorganized unorpnl workmen from the theBaldwin theBaldwin theBaldwin
Baldwin Locomotive Works Both oc occurrences 00CUNencea orcurrencee ¬
currences were discounted disoo nted in advance advancehowever adV8DMhowever advancehowever
however It was known J that the unions unionshad unionhad unionsbed
had only one big weapon we pon left left and it was wasnever wasnever wasnever
never doubted that many of the Baldwin Baldwinemployes BaldwInemploy flaidwinemployes
employes employ were strongly in sympathy sympathywith syinpthywith
with the strikers Their
attacks on po policemen p0l1c ¬
licemen l1c In the early days of the strike strikeshowed utkeshow strikeshowed
showed show d how far they were ere prepared lH DUed to togo togo togo
go goA A trolley car was dynamited tonight tonightat t tat
at German Genn8l1town town avenue and a Logan streot streetn
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ways with a a crash that smashed every everywindow everywl1t1o everywindow
window wl1t1o pane and liurlod twenty pas passengers passengers passongero ¬
sengers against the seats and sides of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the car carThe carThe earThe
The concussion broke window wln ow glasses glassesin glassesIin
Iin in dozens of the houses along the avenue avenueand avenuoand avenueand
and produced a n panicky feeling in the theneighborhood theneighborhood theneighborhood
neighborhood that lasted for hours It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was remarkable r mnrkable that th t none Do none a of the people peoplein
in the car was seriously srtousJ hurt hurtApparently hurtApparenUy hurtApparently
Apparently a dynamite cartridge with witha
a percussion cap had been fixed to o Q rail railA raUA railA
A wheel of the car rolled over the cap capthe capthe capthe
the charge let go throwing up the front frontend trontond frontend
end of Ue car as a horse rears The Thoreport Thereport Thereport
report of the explosion was heard a mile mileaway mileaway mileaway
away awayAn awayAn awayAn
An almost certain clash tomorrow be between betwe betwcn ¬
tween twe n the union labor forces and the thepolice thepolice thepoilce
police was prevented by the refusal of ofHorace ofHorace ofHorace
Horace Fogel president prasld mt of the National NationalLeague NationalLongue NationalLeague
League Baseball Club to let the strikers strikershave strikershavo strikershave
have the use of his ball park for a mass massmeeting massmeeting massmeeting
meeting The union leaders announced announcedthis announcedthis announcedthis
this evening evenln that they had issued a call callfor cantor callfor
for all the strikers to meet at the ball ballpark ballpark ballperk
park and make a peaceable demonstra demonstration domOnltrtlUon dnon1traUon ¬
Uon
Meeting I Forbidden ForbiddenThe ForbiddenThe ForbiddenThe
The director Of public safety Henry HenryClay HenryClay HenryClay
Clay promptly promptlyf f 1forbade forbade the meeting meetingClay meotlngClay meetingClay
Clay notified the committee of ten that thatsuch thatsuoh thatsuch
such an assemblage would bo regarded regardedlas regardedas
las as unlawful unl wful and that tl1 t he had authority authorityunder authorityunder authorityunder
under the riot act to to disperse it with withforce withforce withforce
force There TbOre was a a stern hInt in Clays Claysmessage ClaysmWillago Clayamomage
message that if the strikers were look lookIng lookIng looklug
Ing for r trouble they would get it in inbunches Inbunch Inbunches
bunches bunchesThere bunch bunchesThere os osThere
There IB though the possibility possibility of se serious 5enous soiious ¬
rious trouble if the men who struck to today to today today ¬
day at the th Baldwin Locomotive Works Worksmake Worksmake Worksmnke
make good their declaration to march to tothe totho tothe
the city nail cheering chladn for or the unIons uibibnsThere untonsThere unIonsThere
There are ai o upward of 2000 of theseSnen theseSnenon tho theeornon theeornonon emen emenon
on strike strJItablg big husky fellows who would wouldas wouldas wouldan
as soon fight as not notLEADERS notLEADERS notLEADERS
LEADERS OF C 1 L L U UTO UTO IITO
TO ACT IN STRIKE STRIKEPickets STRIKEP STRIKEPlciicts
Pickets P ckets Will Warn SfciSfee SfciSfeebreakers Stul1febreakers StiuikeC Stiuikebreakers
breakers Today TodayOOMPERS TodayGOMPERS TodayGOMPrns
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OOMPERS RETURN AWAITED AWAITEDJohn AWAITEDJohn AWAITEDJohn
John D Colpoys Head of Organized OrganizedLnlior OrgnnlzedLalJOr OrganizedLabor
Labor in Washington Outlines OutlinesPlan OntllncBPlan OutlinesPlan
Plan to Nullify Efforts of Philadel Philadelphia PbIhulolv1110 Philadolphia ¬
phia Rapid Transit Company CompnnyVlIl CompnnyVlIlGuard CoinpnnyVllIGuard Will WillGuard
Guard Employment Office OfficeAction Officectton OfficeAction
Action ctton was taken last evening by John JohnD TohnD JohnD
D Colpoys JS prdsKent of the Central CentralLabor CentralLabor CentralLabot
Labor Union to nullify the efforts of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the agent of the Philadelphia Rapid RapidTransit RapidTrault RapidTransit
Transit Company in his endeavor to re recruit re reI recttilt ¬
I cruit in this thl ctty men to tak take the places placesof pl pl10f placsaof
10f of th thePbHadeiphta thPhIIadOIPhI vPtaHadeIphia strikers strikersThis striketuThis
I This mornln morning representatives of organ organised or ortsed organbed ¬
bed labor will be on hand in the vicin vicinity vIdnof vicinIty ¬
ity of file fl employment entpI ym nt office that has hasbeen ba babeea hasbeen
been opened at Seventh and B 8tree 8treettawnt streetssouthwest streets streetssouthwest
southwest ttawnt to acquaint all who may apply applyfar applyfer applyfor
far positions of the situation in the theQuaker theQuaker theQuaker
Quaker City CityA CI CIA ttyA
A B1 1 o ot L Takes TnkcsIanil TnkcsIanilF Kami itandPUthermore KamiFartfcftrnior
Fartfcftrnior F u the > matlAr ma ma4t bas b s been beenbrought beenbrought beenbrought
brought to the attention of the onlcials onlcialsof oftlda18or ofllclalsof
of the American Federation of Labor Laborand Laborand Laborand
and communications will be sent to fed federation federation fedoration ¬
eration officials in all industrial canters cantersinviting cent8Ninviting centersInviting
inviting attention to the fact that the thePhiladelphia thep thePWIdelphIa
Philadelphia p jladeJpbiac9mpany company lug ha recruiting recruitingparties recruitingparties
parties artles scattered SCd terod throughout throuhout the country countryand eountrJand countryand
and urging that no one be permitted to toleave toleaye toleave
leave their respective re MCtlve cities without be being be beInl belag ¬
lag thoroughly acquainted with 161 the sit situation situation altnation ¬
uation uationThis uationTbis nationThis
This action followed the reopening of ofthe ofthe j jtha
the Philadelphia Rapid Transit employ employment employment employwent ¬
ment office yesteraay morning mo under the themanagement themaaaaelDent themanagement
management of Frank W Niece of the theclaim theclaim theclaim
claim department tm nt of the road roadThe r roadThe 8dThe
The action of the police in closing the theorace theo theoce
orace o lce Monday afternoon was not justified justifiedin
in the opinion of the license clerk at atthe atthe atthe
the District BuUdln Building who yho 110 referred the tbtmatter Ukmatt thematter
matter matt to the corporation counsel merely merelyas
as a matter of form form and authorized Mr MrNiece MrNIecc MrNice
Niece to continue continue in business until other otherwise otberw otherwioo ¬
wise w e notified notifiedRegarding noUtledRepardlng notifiedRegarding
Regarding the action of the PoHee PoHeeCapt DOHeeCapt noheeCapt
Capt James E Mulboll who is in incharge Inchargo Incharge
charge of the police precinct In which whichthe whichthe j jthe
the offlc omoe i in located said 9id last evening eveningthat Qveutn Qveutnthat eveningthat
that he did not believe the office came cameunder cameunder oameunder
under the law requiring an employment employmentlicense employmentIfcense employmentlicense
license to be obtained judging from the thestatement th thstat thestatnent
statement stat nent of fact presented by Mr Niece Nieceno NieceIt NieceIt
It was not being cond condted cted for profit profttno profitno
no fee was charged and Mr Niece Niece on onbehalf onbehalf onbehalf
behalf of his company was not acting actingin j jin
in the capacity of an agent but as a1 a1principal n nprlnclpl aprincipal
principal in engaging the men direct directBelieve directDcHevc directBelieve
Believe Offers Misleading MisleadingLabor MisleadingLlitbor MisleadingLabor
Labor officials here are inclined to be believe believe behove ¬
lieve the offers of employment made by bythe bytbe bythe
the agents of the Philadelphia Rapid RapidTransit RapklTrllstt RapidTransit
Transit are misleading in many respects respectsand r apectsaDd respectsand
and in picketing the grounds today it itwill Itwill itwill
will be with th the solo purpose ot ac acquainting ac acQua1nnng acqualating ¬
quainting every applicant with what he hemay hemay hemay
may expect on reaching Philadelphia PhiladelphiaInterest PhlbtdeJphlaInterest PhiladelphiaInterest
Interest Is centered at Federation head headquarters lUJadquarters headquarters ¬
quarters in the return of President prellid Ht Gom Gompers GomlIers Coinpars
pars who Is expected back from tr D1 Chicago Chicagotoday Chleagotoday lftcagotoday
today or tomorrow tomorrowIt
It is J freely intimated that if it be becomes bemM beeomee ¬
comes mM necessary n to obtain a labor victory victoryin
in this th tho first general strike ever au authoristd authorfllt4 anthotised
thoristd Ijy q l the American Federation of ofLabor otLlbor ofLabor
Labor every union man in the country countrywin countrywJn countrywill
win be oaiied out and the entire power powerof powerof powerof
of organised labor brought to boar to toaccomplish toaccomp1lsh toaccomplish
accomplish the th end endAalu endAk endAlILi
Aalu 1OOOO Damages DamagesJohn DnlUcgeJohn DamagesJohn
John B Bsvello yesterday eat rda filed suit suitagainst suitagainst suitagainst
against the Washington Railway and andElectric andEleetrlc andElectyic
Electric Company for the recovery of ofS100CO ofloD
S100CO loD damages for alleged personal personal In Injuries injuries Injuries ¬
juries The plaintiff declares that on onJun onJun onJUn
Jun i 10 1990 while whfl attempting to board boarda
a car at Fifth street and Massachusetts Massachusettsavenue Massnchusettsavenue Massachurettaavenue
avenue the car startQd before he hOe had suc succeeded SUC SUCc uo uoeeded ¬
ceeded c eded in boarding It it dragging him lor lorsome t4rsome or orsome
some distance and Inflicting serious and andpermanent andpermanent andpermanent
permanent injuries on him lAo 1 o P i iBu iBulow Bar Harlow Barlow
low appears appearsasBoveflos as Bovellos attorney attorneyVeterinary attornoyVeterInary attorneyVeterinary
Veterinary Examiners Elect EleetThe ElectThe ElectThe
The boend boor of examiner in veterinary veterinarymedicine veterinarymedl veterinarymedlcliio
medicine medl o of ofthe the District met yesterday yesterdayat ye terda terdaat
at G George orge Washington University Unlvorsit Collage Collegeof Collageof
of Veterinary Medicine and elected officers offlcersfor officersfor officersfor
for the ensuing year The bo bonrd rd con consists consists consists ¬
sists of Dr D E Buckingham president presidentDr
Dr John Lockwood vice president prCIIldenlDr prCIIldenlDrHulRort Dr DrHuJbort DrHuort
HuJbort Young secretary and an treasurer treasurerDr troasurGlDr treasurerDr
Dr John R R Mohler and Dr Harry W WAcheson WAcheson WAcheson
Acheson the latter tfbing reappointed t tppoJnted to toserve toserve toserve
serve a new term termFind termFInt termFind
Find Tuberculosis in Cow COTFUMorgantowi CowlIorsantown CowsMorgantown
Morgantown W Va March 8 LFotr LFotrteen Four Fourteen Fottteen ¬
teen cows belonging to Dairyman Bart Bartlett Bart Bartlett Bartlatt
lett lett of Mannlngton have been ordered orderedslaughtered orderedslaughtered orderedslaughtered
slaughtered by Dr F R R Whlpple of the theState theState I IState
State University Experiment Station fol following fOIlowing following ¬
lowing his examination of the dairy hem herAfor herdfor I Itor
for traces of tuberculosis tuberculosisJ I
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Lansburgh Bro Bro4204267th
420426 4204267th 7th Street
417425 41 7425 8th Street StreetOf Street6OO
600 Extra ExtraSize ExtraSize
Size Silk SilkPetticoats SilkPetti
Petticoats Petti coats
389 389Of
Of excellent quality taf taffeta taffeta taffeta ¬
feta in black only neatly neatlymade ncatlymade neatlymade
made in several styles deep deepuVnbrella deepumbrella deepumbrel1a
umbrella flounce with tucks tucksunder tucksunder tucksunder
under flounce and dust ruffle rufflecut rufflecut rufflecut
cut full 61 inches through throughhips throughhips throughhips
hips all lengths lengthsSpecial lengthsl
Special l for one oneday e
day 1339 1339LABOR S3 r rAFTER 89 89IDIII
IDIII IDIIILABOR
LABOR WINS STRIKE STRIKEAFTER STRIKEAFTER
AFTER ACTIVE DAY DAYPainters DAYPainters DAYPainters
Painters Are Victorious in inStrife il1Sttife inStiife
Strife at Library LibraryAEBITRATOR LiblarJTARBITRATOR LibraryARBITRATOB
ARBITRATOR NAMED NABEED TODAY TOOAYFifty TO TODAYFifty DAy DAyi
i
I FUt Fifty Men Who W ho Walked Out Iron 3Iondnyt IronI Mendny
I day dnytUecnuxe Uecnuxe Four our of Their Com Companions COJllI Coziiani ¬
panions iani ns Were Docked for r fc r Broken BrokenSlal DroloenSlab BrokenSial
I Slab > of Marble Posted ioAted ostcd Pickets PicketsThreatened PicketsI PicketsflireatTncd
I Threatened to Effect Othqr Oth r Cities CitiesFollowing CltlesFonOyIR CitiesFol1ow1n
Following FonOyIR a d dq y of activity Involving Involvingthe Involringthtil Involvingthe
the placing of o a a cordon of pickets pteketsRround pteketsRroundthe around aroundthe aroundthe
the Library LIb of Congress Con and the ox oxcbange ax axchauge oxchange
change of otteJOSr8JD6 telegrams with tabor leaders leaders in inPhiladelphia Inephla InPhiladelphia
Philadelphia ephla and NeW Yflrk nr1c organised organisedlabor orgnnlhdI organisedlabor
labor scored another victory last night nightwhen n nht nhtwhen SI1t SI1twbeD
I when an agreement a ent ws reached renclt d to o sub submit sUbmit subwit ¬
mit to arbitration th tI questions at Issue Issuepeadinx Issnei Issuepending
i pending pe which tip men were uco docked be becaw le lei becanee
i caw ca canee they wash aMegad J e have bav vii broken brokena brokenamarbloSlb
t
a amarbloSlb amarbloSlbWho marble 81aD nh j jVho
1 Who th the arbitrator will bo has not yet yetbeen yotbeen yetbeelt
been eiennte4U let b nt t sonic sentcono one satls satlsfactory satJ satJfartOlT saUfertocy
factory tt te1aoU both jides Wes will pcsbaby p y be benamed bename benamed
named name today todayOf to tndatOf ay I IOf
Of Short Duration DurationThe DurationThe DurationThe
The strike trike was of short duration but butfor butfor butfor
for a time it threatened 1 to spread to all allof aUof allof
of the cities cltJacm on the eastern seaboard seaboardwhere senbollrdwhere seaboardwhere
where Black A Co the subcontractors sub subcuntra ontra tors torsfor torsfor i ifor
for the painting at at the library employ employmen emplomen employmelt
men menTh meltThe
menThe Th The painters were called out because becausewhen beeausewhen becausewhen
when the pay envelopes envelop enveloij woro tendered tenderedSaturday tondbroSaturd7 toniThrodSaturday
Saturday tour of the man were told that thatdeductions tJlatde thatdedctious
deductions de uctlou bad been made in i their sala salaries salarIea sniaTies ¬
Ties because eeaua they were the last to be beseen beBeen bemen
seen in a lavatory In which a marble marbleslab marbleJab marbleslab
slab Jab was found broken It was presumed presumedthey presumedthey presumedthey
they were responsible re ble for the damage damageThe damagTbe damageThe
The men refused to accept the envelopes envelopestendered IDvoiopestendend envelopestendered
tendered them and reported the facts to tothe tothe tothe
the union together with a disclaimer of ofany otany ofmny
any responsibility for the damage Act Acting ActIng Actlug ¬
ing upon the information Hugh B Dig Digney Dlgney Digrey
ney business agent of the Painters Palntersand PalntersandDecoNton Palnters8and Palnters8andDecceatora and andDecorators
Decorators Union No 38S 3iS was directed directedto
to call the men oft the job Monday morn mornIns mornhag mornlug
Ins unless payment in full was made for forthe tDrthe forthe
the past week As a consequence the thefortyfive thefortyfive thefortyfive
fortyfive men quit work workIn workIn workIn
In response to advertisements yos yeeer yeeerday tr trday r rday
day morning a number of nonunion point pointera p jaihtera Jht Jhtera
era presented themselves th 1veg at the library librarybut Hbrar3but lIbrarybut
but In anticipation of thoir arrival the theunion theunion theunion
union had 4plaeed plaoed pickets at every ap approach approach appreach ¬
proach and as the men arrived they were wereinformed wareinformed wereinformed
informed by the pickets of the situation situationand situationan4 situationand
and in almost every instance the new newmen newmen newmen
men left without applying for the places placesThree plaoosThree placesThree
Three Got Throngh ThronghBut ThronghBut ThroughBut
But three men succeeded In getting gettingthrough gettingthrougb gettingthrough
through the lines it Is said and they theywere theywere theywere
were employed employedWhen omployooWhen employedWhen
When this fact became known to Mr MrDigney MrDigney MrDigney
Digney he telegraphed to the officials officialsof officialsof officialsof
of the Philadelphia union and received receivedassurances receIvedaNUrance recalvedassurances
assurances that all of the t Q men in the themain themain themain
main shop of Black Co would quit quitand quitan quitand
and declare a boycott on the firm if any anynonunion anynonunion anynonunion
nonunion man was Os put to work on the thelibrary thQlibrary tholibrary
library Job JobSimilar jobSimilar jobSimilar
Similar assurances wens we received from fromthe fromt11c fromthe
the New York unions where the th con contractor oontractor contractor ¬
tractor is said to be engaged in exten extensive extensive extonsivo ¬
sive operations operationsIn
In the course of the afternoon Mr MrDigney MrDisney MrDlgney
Disney had a a lengthy conference with withthe withthe withthe
the local 1 1 representative r of Black Co Coadvising Coadvising Coadvising
advising him of the situation from the theunions theunlons theunIons
unions point of view and stating that thatif thatIf I
if any union man had damaged the prop property proparty ¬
proPj
erty and it could be proven the union unionwould unionwould
would compel the person or persons in involved Involved involved ¬ I
volved to make payment p but that In the theabsence theabienco
absence of incontrovortable proof the theright therIght theright I
right of the contractor to withhold the thepay th thepay I
pay P of any of the men was denied deniedUpon deniedUpon I Ippon
Upon this th tfti showing an agreement was wasreached wasreached
reached to submit the matter to an arbi arbitrator arbi arbitrator arbitrator ¬ I
trator each party agreeing to abide by bysuch bysuch
such decision as he should reach JThis JThisagreement ThiS ThiSagreement Thisagrooxnont I
agreement was submitted to the execu executive exocutlve e ± ocu ocufive ¬
five committee of the th union at a meat meating meoting meetlag
ing held In Costellos Hall and later in inthe Inthe inthe
the evening word was received from the themain themaIn themain
main office of the contractor contr otor conflrmlng conflrmlngthe conllrmlngthe conhirrolugthe
the action of his agent here hereAs hereAs I
As a result result work on the library will willbe wlllbe willbe
be resumed this morning and pushed pushed as asrapidly asrapidly asrapidly
rapidly as possible possiblelargest pouJbleLargest possibleLargest
largest Horning iitornin M rning Circulation CirculationWHITE CirculationWUTE
WHITE TOY TOKAYThis
This splendid wino is made of the thechokest thechoicest
choicest Tokay grapes and is a alightbodied alightbodied
lightbodied sweet wIne ot exqUIs exqUIsite exqtilsite
ite flavor Special at SO cents bottle bottleiOKALON bottleTOKALON
iOKALON WINE CO
614 14th St H VI Phone M 998 99 I
DAN DA CUPID PILOTS PILOTSYOUTHFUL PILOTSIOUTIIFUL
YOUTHFUL ELOPERS ELOPERSi ELOPERSTouring ELOPERSTouring
i Touring Car Carries Parfcfto ParfcftoAltar Partiy artyto artytoAltar to toAltar
Altar in Alexandria AlexandriaMATRIMONIAL AlexandriaMATRThIONIAL
MATRIMONIAL KNOT IS TIED TIEDRector TIEDl TIEDRector TThDRector
l
Rector of Christ t Episcopal Church 011urchPerform ChurchPerforms ChurchPerforms
Performs CcremonyChlef Cerc CeremOny l1ony Chief of po police 10lice Iolice ¬
lice Scare Scares Party by Questioning QuestioningBrides QuestlonlngDrlde QuestioningBrides
Brides Drlde Age AgeNedywed Xewlywed Couple CouplePromenade CouplePJomenadc CouplePromenade
Promenade in F Street StreetThat StreetTbat StreetThat
That phantom little personage known knownas knownas knownas
as Dan Cupid sat on the front of a big bigtouring bigtouring bigtouring
touring car yesterday afternoon and pi piloted piloted p1loted ¬
loted Raymond Graham Roberts and Miss MissConnla MissConnla MiszConnie
Connla A Beaslay allloy from Washington to an analtar analtar analtar
altar In Alexandria AlexandriaDan AlexandrIaDan AlexandriaDan
Dan as the god of love is familiarly familiarlycalled familiarlycalled
called by his hosts bo ts of followers stood stoodby stoodby
by while Rev William J Morton rector rectorof rectorof
of Christ Episcopal Church tied the knot knotof Irnotat knotof
of matrimony In a tangle even more Intrl Intricate Intrlcate intrlcate ¬
cate than the Gordian knot knotStrolled knotStrolled
Strolled in F Street StreetMr StreetMr
Mr and Mrs Roberts Rober with a gay en entourage entourage ¬
tourage strolled in F street northwest northwestfor northwestfor
for nearly an hour receiving the congrat congratulations congratulations
ulations of friends who had heard of the theelopement theelopement theelopement
elopement After the promenade the theparty theparty
party part left F street for the Shoreham Shorehamwhore Shorchamwhero Shorehamwhere
whore merry repartee and jest flashed flashedover SlashedOver
over the wedding supper table for two twohours twohours
hours hoursThe hoursTho hoursThe
The couple will vilI reside at 2117 117 Columbia Columbiaroad ColumbIaroad
road Mr Roberts Is connected with the theadvertising theadvertising I
advertising department of a local news newspaper newspaper
paper paperThe paperTha paperThe
The bride is the daughter of Mrs May MayBeasley MayBeasley Iy IyBeule
Beasley Beule of this city Mrs Roberts was wasborn withborn ns nsborn
born in Tacoma Wash but has h lived livedmost livedmost
most of her young > life lit in this city For Fortwo Fortwo
two years onrs she attended Notre Dame Con Convent Convent ¬
vent in Baltimore She Is well known knownamong knownamong
among the younger set In the National NationalCapital NatIonalCapital NationalCaplial
Capital and is popular popularThe popularThe
The groom is a graduate of Moreecabarg MoreecabargAcademy MorcersburgAcademy
Academy and a former student at Cornell CornellIt CorMIJIt
It was about 3 oclock yesterday terda7 after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon when Roberts and the former Miss MissBeasley MISSBoasley
Beasley took seats a 1 In to the touring oar earwhich oarwhleh oarwhich
which was to convey cemr y them to the tlI 0 altar altarAmong altarAmong altarAmong
Among others were Ernest Johnston JohnstonRobert J JohnstonRobert llnetonRobot
Robert Israel Raymond n G Rofeerts Rofeertsbrother lobertsbrothbr oberts obertsbroOm
brother of the groom and John M Con COUdsn Condlln Conden
den
Stirs the < hc Old Town TownThe TonThe TosinThe
The advent of the motor with its load loadof Joiidot Wadof
of young passengers paue p18 caused quite a stir stirin sUrIn stjrin
in Alexandria AlexandriaWhen AlexandriaWhen AlexandriaWhen
When the party found they would woulddifficulty hav havdifficulty bavdlfflcuttY
difficulty In locating tb the courthouse they theydrove tbeydrovo theydrove
drove to pottce headquarters to obtain obtaintho obtaintho obtainthe
tho necessary neeear Information Int rmadon Chief of Po Police Polteo Police ¬
lice Goods threw a scare into the th hearts heartsof Iteartaot heartsof
of the elopers when he glanced lanced at Miss MissBanaley MtB9 MiscBosIey
Banaley B9 aley and said saidShe 1IIJdShe eaIdSho
She is not twentyone years 1ear old oMOh oldOb oldOh
Oh Ob yea she alt Is sang out the UI party partyin putyIn partyIn
in a a chorus ch choeusaa aa though thou trained by a skill skillful skillfish ¬
fish chorus c director directorThe directorThe
The chief of police made no further furtherinqulriec furtherIlltluirl
inqulriec ltqulrl ana afetwed ed to tM driver cIrt tb tile tileto was wasWith c
to u Ui t coarIove coarIoveWith 1IIOtt
With Jth the Bcense Jleeu e clashed nrarty in his hishttnd hisheed
heed Roberts directed the driver to tomake tomfiD tomake
make full speed to the residence of Rev RovMr RevMr
Mr Morton Th The clergyman CICr mR fell in with withthe withthe
the spirit of the occasion and the wed wedding wedding ¬
ding ceremony was w wa performed with withmarked withmarked
marked alacrity Mrs Roberts was al almost almost ¬
most mo t smothered under good wishes iab white whiteRoberts wkileRoberts whileRoberts
Roberts found himself burled beneath beneathcongratulations j jcongratulations
congratulations Both recovered in time timeto timeto
to Join the party on the return trip to toWashington toWashington
Washington bln t The Beasley family is well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known in Baltimore Mrs Roberts Robertsgrandfather Robertsther Robertsgrandfather
grandfather ther William Willi anI A Beasley who whowas whowas whowas
was a member of the Maryland legisla legislature legislature legtaleture ¬
ture ture resided in Baltimore for years and andwas andwae andwas
was a prominent figure In that city citySM citySEEK
SEEK OUTSIDE TRADE TRADEUetail TRADERetail
fJJLiJLjiX v U Lulls U IlliiJLijI IlliiJLijIRetail
Retail Committee Considers ConsidersAdvertising ConsidersAdyelti ConsidersAdvertising
Advertising Adyelti ing Plan PlanAdvertising PlanAdvortlslng P1nAdvertising
Advertising In the torritory tributary tributaryto
to Washington with tlh a view to bringing bringingmare bringingmore bringingmore
more patrons to the local stores was wasconsidered WLSconsklor wasconsidered
consklor considered d by the committee on retail retailtrade retailtrade retailtrade
trade at the Chamber of Commerce Comm ae last lastnight lastnlht lastnight
night nightHarold nlhtHatold nightHarold
Harold W Phillips was before the com committee commltteo cornmitten ¬
mitten and presented a apJan plait for a weekly weeklypaper weeklyuaper weeklypaper
paper to be sent to people living in th thrural thMIral thrural
rural districts as a means of reaching reachingthe roaching roachingthe reeclingthe
the special trade whloh the local mer merchants merchants merchants ¬
chants are after aftr Mr Phillips talk was wasIllustrated wasIllustrated wasillustrated
Illustrated with several charts and ho hopresented hopresented hopresented
presented presented considerable consa erabl6 interesting data dataupon dntaUDOh dataupon
upon the subject The committee committee took tookno tookno tookno
no action upon the proposition propositionWonlcl propositionoull propositionWould
Would oull Keep Contracts Here HereThe HereThe hereThe
The subject of keeping various con contracts contracta contracts ¬
tracts emanating from the public schools schoolsin
in Washington was discussed dls < Used at some somelength somelength somelength
length Tho matter was brought up by byA byD byA
A D Prince in connection with a a sup supply suppJy supply ¬
ply of badges for students stu ents at the West Western Wostern Westera ¬
ern High School which he thought his bishouse hishou hishouse
house hou eought ought to have had tho privilege privilegeof
of bidding upon having advertised in inUto InUiO Inthe
the school paper but was not permitted permittedto
to do so by the committee of the class classhaving classhaving classhaving
having tho matter in charge chargeCapt chargeCapt chargeCapt
Capt Oyster who Is a member of the thecommittee thecommltteo thecommittee
committee explained that the matter matterwas matterwas matterwas
was one beyond b yond the authority of the theboard tl theboard e eboard
board ot education and that the school schoolauthorities scho school schoolauthorities l lnutholfUes
authorities had not much to do with it itas Itas it itas
as the classes c1assOSlsoclctIes societies or cadets bought boughtthe boughtthe boughtthe
the badges and paid for them themAfter themAfter thornAfter
After a full discussion of oft the c question questionincluding guooUonIncludrng questionIncluding
including the bidding for tn thsults suits of Ortho Orthocud the thecadets theeadits
cadets cud ts the subject was referred rot rrcd to a acommittee acommittee acommittee
committee committee of three throe composed of A D DPrince DI DPrince
Prince I rJncc H C Berghoimer and L I Call Collishor Oa11Ishor Callshor
shor to draw up a report upon the sub subject subject subject ¬
ject to be presented to the board of di directors directors dlrectors ¬
rectors rectorslUr
Mr Strasburser Presides PresidesJoseph PrelJlc1 PresidesJoseph I
1
Joseph Strasburger Is chairman of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee and presided last night nightThomas nightThomas nightThomas
Thomas Grant Grant secretary of the th cham chamber chamber chamber ¬
ber has received Information from the thePark thePark thePark
Park View Citizens Association Assocl tlon of which whichJ
J H McGrath is Ispresldent president that a com committee committe6 cornmittee ¬
mittee of five has been namd to attend attendthe attendthe attendthe
the joint meeting which the Chamber of ofCommerce otCornmorco ofCommerce
Commerce committee of fifteen has hascalled hascaned hascalled
called for April 16 to prepare a plan for forascertaining forascertaining forascertaining
ascertaining public opinion in the Dis District District District ¬
trict of Columbia The Park View com committee eommlttee cornmittee ¬
mittee Is composed of J R Wllmoth WllmothRoy WUmothRo WilmnothRoy
Roy Ro C Claflin D A Teller George H HRussell HRussell HRussell
Russell and Dr Crane President Presld nt Mc McGrath McGrath McGrath ¬
Grath is also a member of the committee committeelargest committeeLargest committeelargest
largest Morning Circulation Circnla tion
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flW 1ii sale Our h heavy ayy buying and the securing of a number numberof
11 I 4i1 4 i if of special stocks have crovdcd our our shelves and stock sJockroomsand stocki
i roomsand the advantage is wholly yours Note th thand thri
ri 1WAS sale pricesremember tilat you can buy Ml you wish wishr1
r1 jt and that thatEVERY thatRI
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144 each eachPEAS eachPEASfarrowfat c
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cans 51B5 165 i5 each eachPEAS eachPEUSVan eachPEASVan c
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dozen 180 lg each eachSALMON eacbSALIU eachSALMONArgo
SALMON SALIU SALMONArgo < Argo brand No No1 1 tall cane 12 12cans k2 2 15e 15
I cans 175 1 i each eachSALMON oachSA31O eachSALMONPink >
SALMON SA31O SALMONPink Pink Alaska No 1 flat cans 2 2dozen 9c 9
dozen do en 2 each eachSALMON eacltI eachSALMONPink
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soils at SOc Oc 12 cans 275 275PEACHES 27 27PEArnSCohumbus C CP I
PEACHES P ACIIESfOColumbus Columbus brand heavy syrup fJ syrupNo rup 1c 1cNo 16
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BITES FOR D B GROFF GROFFDeccne GItOPPDeceased I IDecoallcd
Deceased < l Inventor Will 111 Be Buried BnrlcdThin Dnrted11111I BuriedPlus
Thin Afternoon AfternoonFuneral AfternoonFuneral AfternoonFuneral
Funeral services for DiKer Baa Graft Groffwho Groftwho Graftwho
who died Tuesday afternoon will be beheld beheld beheld
held at the family home 1107 l I street streetnorthwest streetnorth1t streetnorthFet
northwest north1t today t at 2 oclock oclockRev ocloekREW oclockRev
Rev W v L Lynn of otGonuch Gorsuch Church Churchand Churebucl Churchiid
and iid Rev J H 1C X Horn of Brtjhtwood BrtjhtwoodM
M 1f B Jt Church will oAefete oAefeteThe octhteThe te teTIle
The deceased inventor was well ell known kJIownbaUdil knownIn
1 baUdil In thIs city for many y yean Recently he hegained beptaid hegained
gained notoriety notesl tY because of his connec connection couecUon coitneclion ¬
lion with UII t tM pottoflic poet omcett graft caves He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was tried aM convicted and sentenced sentencedto
to two years in tk tile West W Virginia State Statenrtean Bta Btaprt atateprison
r rIn
prison prisonin nrtean nrteanIn
In May 18C Omit served as aA a neo fleetenant ten tentenant j jtenant
tenant in the army He was dta dIaIed dIaIedduring isa Jed todduring JeddurtDt
during the war and after the war wat settled set 1Ifttied lettied ¬
tied in Yorktown Yflktowa Y rktown Va Va eomtecr to this city cityabout cityabout 1
about Ira IfliMr Iralfrl liltfr
Mr fr < Gro GroIC te survived by two t1 G SOBS D DF DF DF
F Gruff and Dr Chester C Groff GroffSouthern GroiLSouthern Uro UroSouthern
Southern Hdncntors to Meet MeetThe MeetThe teet teetThe
The annual meeting o 0 < the trustees and andelectors andelecton andelectors
electors of the Southern SoutlternlDc1uatrial Industrial Edu Educational EducaUoDal Educational ¬
cational Association Aa will b be held tonight toniffhtat
at the residence of the president Justice JusticeSeth JuatlceStth JusticeSeth
Seth Shfepard 1447 1 7 Massachusetts avenue avenuenorthwest avenuenorthweet avenuenorthwest
northwest There will be b delegates from fromNew troInNew fromNew
New York Baltimore Virginia Alabama Alabamaand Alabmaand Alabamaand
and other Southern States and educators educatorswiil educatorswill ueator ueatorwUl
will make addresses addressesHEISOFALEXAHBRIA addressefNEWS addressesITES
HEISOFALEXAHBRIA HEISOFALEXAHBRIAWomens NEWS OF ALEXANDRIA ALEXANDRIAVomens ALEXA DMA DMAWomeifs
Womens Straw Bats Stolen Stolenfrom Stolenfronl Stolenfront
from Freight Car CarWASHINGTON CarW CarWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON W SIIlNGTON IOC1UU BOflBAU BURKAUJQII BUit1IAPsc
05 Kiag Street StreetAlexandria ectolomn StsestAlexandria
Alexandria olomn rIB Va y March S tElPteen tElPteenstraw taighteenstraw Eighteen Eighteenstraw
straw hats of the latest creations creatlo s from fromthe fromtbe fromthe
the young misses 11 broadbrimmed pan pansraas panamas panames
ames to the stately black bonnet for the thematron thematron thematron
matron together with bat bat trimmings bat hatpins batpins batpins
pins and other small things stolen from froma
a Southern Sou thorn Railway freight car were re recovered rQcoored recovered ¬
covered at the home of two young youn men mennamed mennamed mennamed
named Petty 143S l4 Duke street early this thismorning th1mornlng thismornings
morning mornings by tho pollee Lawrence Lawren e and andBernard andBernarq andBernar4
Bernard Bernarq Petty wee were caught in the th raid raidArmed raidArmed raidArmed
Armed with a search warrant the police policewent policewont policewent
went to the house and forced a rear door dooropen dooropen dooropen
open Policemen Garvey Garve and Knight Knightwho Knl Knightwho t twho
who were WM in the tb kitchen had a narrow narrowescape narrowesepa narrowescape
escape from being shot The men are arebeing arebeIng arebeing
being hold at police poUc81laa headquarters quarters pending pendingan
an investigation by railroad authorities authoritiesThe authoritiesThe utborttJeLThe
The arrest was mede mad by Chief Goods and andPolicemen andPoliceman andPolicemen
Policemen Knight Knlg t Young and Garvey Garveyand Garveyand Garveyand
and Special Detectives M L Pankey and andConger andConger andConger
Conger and Night Yardmaster Seraptee SerapteeAfter sempJeeAfter SempleeAfter
After deliberating for an hour a Jury Juryin juryIn juryin
in the Circuit Court this afternoon in intho 2nthocaso Inthe
the thocaso case of ofS S T Pariis Prlsasinst against ID8t J B BDrew BDrew BDrew
Drew gave a verdict v lct in lYOr JBKTOr of of the de defendant de defendant dofondant ¬
fendant Tho obioot of or tho the vfr suit was tu turecover trecovar torecover
recover damages in the tb siim II of atGOO 10000 for forslander rslander fbrslander
slander The plaintiff wn V represented representedby
by Attorney J K M I Npjrton on and the thedefendant tbedefendant thedefendant
defendant by Attorney AttOrDe S S G Brent BrentIn BrentIn BrentIn
In tha same court this tbl morning n a ver verdict erdiot verdiet ¬
diet for 250 was given 1ft II the ca cue of ofBallongor otBal1onsOl ofBallongor
Ballongor and nd Brothers BrothersagatnatGarv BrothersagatnatGarvand against Garvey Garveyand Grv7and
and others The object of the suit was wasto wasto wasto
to recover damages in the sum um of 2500 2500for 2500for 5OQ 5OQtor
for alleged failure on the part of tb tbdefendant the thedacndant thedefendant
defendant to fulfill tk the pfrovtolons of a aloose alortSo aleaSe
loose on the Tontine HoteL The plain pteintlff plaintiff plaintire
tiff was represented repro ent by bAltorney Attorney G L LBootho LBootho LBootho
Bootho and the defendant by Attorney AttorneyS
S S G Brent BrentWILL BrentWILL BrentWILL
WILL TEST SIONESYJS rO ONYS YJs MUHJS MUHJSTo 1rIINItS 1rIINItSTo
To Dr S I Franz of the Governmeat GovernmeatHospital GovernmeatHospltql GovernmentHospital
Hospital of the Insane falls the duty dutyof dD dDof dutyof
of testing the minds of eleven small smallmonkeys smItmonkcS smallmonkeys
monkeys which have lately latol undergone undergonepsychological ulMlerpmpSYchoJoglcal undergonepsychological
psychological esnwlmeitfs cyptilme S In George GeorgeWashington GeorgeYl1Shlngt GeorgeVnshlngt
Washington Yl1Shlngt n University UniversityTho UnivorstyTho UniversityThe
Tho test will be mad ntde to ascertain K Kthe KUte iftie
the monkeys perception perC ptlon sensation lAtIOhMtd lAtIOhMtdorrespondlng sand sandcorresponding endcorresponding
corresponding faculties are equal ac ua or su superior superior Suparlor ¬
perior to the human brain brainProf brainprot brainProf
Prof W V T Shepherd has made many manylike 1nlJYlike manylike
like experiments at tt the university unhrer ity and andthe andthe andthe
the test at the hospital will likely de decide de decide dcdde ¬
cide a question existing among scientistsAttar scientistsAfter scientists scientistsAfter
After the final tests testBltave have been com completed complated centplated ¬
plated each of the eleven monkeys will willbe willbe willbe
be killed and his brains preserved in a aglass aglass aglass
glass jar filled with alcohol awaiting awaitingfurther awaItingfurther awaitingLurther
further investigations
OUTLINE BETTERMENT PLANS PMHSWalter PLANSWalter PLANSWaiter
Walter S Ufford and James ames E West WestAddress WestAddress WestAddress
Address Womens Association AssociationDr Ass9Giati n nDrBlmcrc
DrBlmcrc Dr Ill hilmere me re C Folkmar Urgrca U JC3 Body Bodyto Dod Dodto Bodyto
to Lend Its Support io 0 the Move 1lo Movenicnt c cJnnnt j jinentH
inentH nicnt Already Launched LaunchedSuggesting LaUllcl Lauzichiedsuggleting eJ eJsuns
Suggesting appropriate lines of activity activityfor aOU aoUv11yfor 11 11forth
for forth tit the recipt recant organised OIga1d Bettor Bettor WasV WasVgeneral Wa h h1gW
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general < eNrIlICIeUiIY secretary of the Associated oebitod Chari Charities CbatI CbatIu Chu Chutie ¬
ties u tie and 3m J 1aes 6 E E West secretary 6tnry of ofthe atthe r i ithe
the Washlnstoa Wasb a1itoa Playground Association AssociationAddressed AYOclationaddreued Associationaddressed
Addressed an enthusiastic meeting of the theassociation theU80CtatJon theassociation
association last night at the th homo of the thetemporary thetemporary i itemp
temporary temp president prw t Dr Blmore C Folk Folkmar Folkmar i imar
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Mr r Utford mentioned the loan shark sharkevil sharkevil sharkevil
evil and the exorbitant eOIbIt nt tenement rental as asfit asI1t asfit
fit problems deserving dl1HlVln the consideration considerationof
of the association claUon while Mr West com commended commeadod cornmended ¬
mended tb the work of the Washington WashingtonPlayground WashtnstonPla7rromad WashingtonPItyruwtd
Playground Association as a a field for co cooperative cooperative cooperative ¬
operative endeavor endeavorIn fndeavOlIn
In an opening opeala address Dr Folkmar ob observed ob oberved ohserved ¬
served that for an organization o nlUon to suc succeed SU9 SU9ceed su sucoed ¬
ceed it must have Ra a definitely crytailzed crytailzedpurpose CrytaUzedpurpolle crytalizedpurpose
purpose and since no such slogan had as asyet asy asyet
yet y t been decided upon she regarded it itadvisable itadvtab1e itadvisable
advisable the Better Washington Asso Association Assodation Assoelation ¬
elation should in the interim lend its sup ¬
I port to some of the good movements al already alI atready ¬
I ready inaugurated inauguratedThe inauguratedThe
I The wiser plans for the present ent she shesaid shesaid shesaid
said would be to devote several months monthsto
i to preparatory study to get a survey of ofthe QrI ofthe
I the field in set in touch with other oth organ organIzations orgaa orgaflizations
lization Izations to select a worthy worl y purpose for a apropaganda apropaganda apropaganda
propaganda and then to keep the public publicalive publichivo
alive hivo to the question questionAnnouncement quostlonAnnouncoment questionAnnouncement
Announcement was made that the t e next nextmeeting nextmeeting nextmeeting
meeting would be heM April 4 at the thohome thehOtDe thehotne
home of Dr Isabel lsab H EL Lamb 2114 lU Bight Eighteenth Bighteen Bightcents ¬
cents een I street northwest t An advisory advisoryboard a4lvlsoryboard advisoryboard
board has been selected the personnel personnelof penonn l lot
ot of which follows followsPj fotOv5J foIlosnionrge
Pj J Georgeai GfUt1e r Kofcor secretary ottke ottkeCtvfa of the theCiVIc theCivie
CiVIc Cantor Contar and ani1s secretary of the Presi Presidents PrC8Identa Prealdents ¬
dents Homes Commission C mIllJ ajor Henry L LWot L Lcst I IWest
West cst oxCommissioner oxComn sldoner of the District DistrictJames Dlatr1cJames DistrictJames
James E West secretary of the Wash Washington Washngton WashIngton ¬
ington ngton Playground Association John P PColpoys PColpo PColpoys
Colpo Colpoys 8 president of the Central Labor LaborUnion LaborUnion LaborUnion
Union Rev John Van Scbalck chairman chairmanexecutive cbairmanoocutie chairmanoocut1ve
oocutie executive committee of the th Monday Night NightClub NightClub NightClub
Club Glen Brown secretary of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Institute of Architects W v S STJfford sUlford Sljfford
TJfford general secretary of the Asso Associated Associated Assoelated ¬
ciated Charities and WinfleW Jones Joneswellknown Joneswellknown Joneswellknown
wellknown journalist journalistReclamation journaJlstRee1unatlon journalistReclamation
Reclamation of Flats Urged UrgedColumbia UrgodColumbia BrgedColumbia
Columbia Heights Citizens Associa Association AssocIation Association ¬
tion has forwarded to the Commissioners Commissionersa
a a resolution stating the reclamation of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Anacostia fiats should be commenced commencedwithout eommencPdwithout commencedwithout
without delay The resolution further furtherI turtherthis furtherstates
I states this is required for hygienic rea reasons rcasons
1 1sons sons far more than any aD esthetic or scenic sceniobenefits scenlobenefits scenicbenefits
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