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Multiplicity of Prosecu Prosecutions Prosecutions Prosecutions ¬
tions for Violations ViolationsExpected ViolationsExpected ViolationsExpected
Expected ExpectedORGANIZED ExpectedORGANIZED ExpectedORGANIZED
Leaders Say Political Activ Activity Activity Activity ¬
ity Has Obtained Con Concessions Concessions Concessions ¬
cessions for Them
The President order to official to toenforce tonforce toenforce
enforce th the eighthour thour law aw promisee pro to tomake tomake tomake
make plenty of work for the Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment of Justice and the United States Statesdistrict Stiudistrict Statesdistrict
district attorneys attora4 who are under the theImmediate theimmedlte theimmediate
Immediate direction of the Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttomeyGfneral AttorneyGeneral
General GeneralThe GfneralThe GeneralThe
The word it is said has been beenalong passed passedalong passedalong
along the U Hoe e to get pt busy and as this thisis thJais thisis
is the year of the Congressional elec elections eleetlons electlons ¬
tlons and the American merlen Federation lI deratjOft o oLabor of ofLabor ofLabor
Labor has already sounded IIOUA ed the t e trumpet trumpetto
to organised labor to vote only for tho thowno those tbONWOO thosewoo
WOO are known to be the friend hlen o olabor of oflabor oflabor
labor the Department of Justice will willshow willshow willshow
show labor that the Administration Admla traUon is isa Isa Isa
a a firm believer in the ei eL3nthour nthour law lawThe lawThe lawThe
The first department to show the ef effect effect effect ¬
fect of the Presidents order is the theNavy theNay theNavy
Navy The Acting Secretary of the theNavy the1ay thewavy
Navy Department has written the De Derartment DeT Derartment
rartment T artment of Justice for an opinion relative rela relative relaUve ¬
tive to the applt application auon of the eighthour eighthourlaw etcbthourlaw eighthourlaw
law to the men employed on certain certaingovernment e certaingovernment < < tain taingoernment
government work done by contract contractActing contractAdln contractActing
> Acting Adln Attorney General Hoyt is now nowengaged no nongqed nowngaged
engaged in l writing an opinion as to totht totht tothe
tht effect of the law on mechanics mecbnJcaIlloyed em employed employed ¬
ployed on the battleships now wider widerconstruction < III IIIonsLructioa nder nderconstruction
construction The opinion will he ready readythe readytoe readythe
the latter part of the week It will be beone Hone beone
one of the most Important in Its bearing bear beari beartng
tng on ablp1 shipbuilding u d1q for le ie Govern Govenment Government
ment that has been i renderid render sd in a a long longtime Jonttime longtime
time and the effect of it may 7 be to tobriny tobring tobran
briny bran the thetes e eighthour law before the the1nlted the1nited thet
1nlted t n lied K States Supreme Court for a final finalinterpretation ftnatin AnalInterpretation
interpretation interpretationApplies in InterpretationApplies terpretaUonAppIiea
Applies in i District DistrictIt
It was stated at the Department DeJNU men1 ot of3uetlce otJustice otJuaUce
Justice today that the eighthour el thour law lawapplied lawapplied bowapplied
applied to all Government work in the theDistrict OMlhtrlt theDistrict
District of Columbia CoIUIIt Ia and also a to alt altGovernment allGovernJlMftt altGovernment
Government work m Ja any Ja7 part of the thecountry tli tlicountry thecountry
country and lid that contractors are areamenable ana areamenable
amenable a te the law lIIIwfor tor for Its violationThe violationThe violation YioIaUoaThe
The penalty for violating the elghMmir elghMmirlaw dshtheurlaw r rlaw
law is nMt I flue or six ax months monUuionmfnt lopria lopriaonment Impris Imprisonment ¬
onment or both to the discretion 41t1 retloe of the thecourt th throurt thecourt
court courtFurther rourtFurtbn courtFurther
Further it was said that every ever eas easof eaaot caw cawof
of violation of the law brought to the theattention theattention theattention
attention of the Department of Justice Justicewould Justicewould Justicewould
would be b turned over to the United UnitedStates UnitedState UnttaStates
States District Attorney In whose dis district dlatrkt district ¬
trict the violations vlo have occurred with withinstructions wltbiustruotlona withinstructions
instructions to make a full Investigation Investigationad InM < < atlOk atlOkd
ittd ad d bring the facts to the attention attentionthe of ofthe < > e ethe
the grand Jury JuryI
I was wa suggested by an official that thatr
h r < t tuanjr tl aHY ali r violations of t the eighthour eighthourlaw elPthourlaw eighthourhtw
law might be due to Ignorance of the thelaw the11lw thelaw
law on the part of the contractor contractorel1 as aswell aswell
well el1 as on the part of the Government Governmentsuperintendent Governmentliuperintendent Governmentsuperintendent
superintendent but of course this fact factshould fact8hould factshould
should it be established tabU he would not stop sUipa
a prosecution pro tIon by the law ofllcers of the theGovernment tbeGovernmeot theGovernment
Government Such a defense 4elen however howeveririiRht howeverrrli howevermight
might rrli ht have son some Influence with the thecourt tb tbrourt thecourt
OB City Bridle BridleSecretary BridstSecretary BrldpSfcr
Secretary Sfcr tary Morrison lor of the American AmericanFederation AmericanFederaUoa AmericanFederation
Federation of Labor speaking speakt of the thereported tb tbrported thereported
reported violation of the eighthour law lawby lwb lawby
by b the builders buUd of the Connecticut ave avenue a an avenue ¬
n nue e bridge MId that eight hours coast constitute COIUItIlut coasttute ¬
tute lut a a days work for union labor and andthat anelthat andthat
that the builders buUde of the bridge could not notget notget
10 get skilled union labor to work for them themb thembt
I bt b 1kCause cause of the condition imposed which whichwas whichwalO whichwas
was work for more than eight hours hoursOfficials hou houOmcials hoursfilcials
Officials filcials of the American Federation of ofLabor ofIabo ofIabor
Labor say that sudden activity on the thspart thepart thepart
part of the Administration to get et after afterthe atterthe afterthe
the violators tolator of the eighthour law for foroffenses foroffpnse foroffenses
offenses committed months ago 0 and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when the A F of L had at the time timefurnished timefurnished timefurnished
furnished the powersthatbe with data dataliufflcient data11utftclent datarufltclent
liufflcient tc call for an Investigation Investigationan In vUpUoncU1
> an be construed but on one way and that thati
i i that the Administration is alive to the thecritical therIUcal theritical
critical political situation by labors ad advent adVllt advect ¬
vent into active politics politicsit poUUCIITher politicsThere
There Ther will now be log of P108eCNU roaecuuona
it was said of violators of M the eight
hour law The first esses may be tried
hereOrdnance here hereOrdnance hereOrdnance
Ordnance Officers OfficersEnjoined OfficersEnjoined OfficersEnjoined
Enjoined to Obey ObeyLetter ObeyLetter ObeyLetter
Letter of the Law LawBrig LawBrllt LawBrig
Brig Gee G William Crosier chief chi e of ofordnance ofordnance ofordnance
ordnance ef the army today issued an anorder anorder anorder
order addressed to t all officers of the theContinued th thContinued theConURued
Continued on Fourth Page PageTHE Pa PaTHE Parer PareTHE
There have been showers from the thaeast theeast theeast
east Gulf States eastward and northeastward north northeastward northeAAtward ¬
eastward Through the Atlantic Atlantictht States Statesthe matesthe
the Onto valley and the lower lake Ve Veglon re regton region
glon There were also local showers abow In Inthe Inthe intite
the extreme central West WestThe WeatThe WestThe
The weather will bo fair and cool to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night and Wednesday In the last ar arjouth aad aadouth tau
south outh and will probably continue se seThursday 110lhursda1 wt <
Thursday eeCe except pt in eastern Florida Floridawhere ItorM ItorMwhere lIIortdahe
where he > re occasional occaIOnal local showers are prob probable JaNItable prytbable
Weather 91 eIUJIer Bureau Bureau9e1 u
9 9e1 a m >
12 1 noonI noon Oc
1 p m IJ IJnowatWft
Downtown DliwntswnRegIetsleil DowntownRegtotsmi nowatWftagtMeNI
Regtotsmi JUfeek Btaadat fltme i4iMtmeare Tsensnaistsi Tsensnaistsia fta ftaa laF
am a m I IIS
IS 1 noon i
1 P m I ISUN
Sun sets today today todaySun 7 7Sun
Sun rises rw tomorrow 4TIDc 4 4TIDE
High tide today W l9S pm pmLow pmLow painLow
Low tide today 43K pm pmHigh pmHigh m mHtsil
High tide Ud tomorrow tomorrowb tomorrowloa ID am m 1018 pm pmLow pmLow pmLow
Low tide o tomorrow tomorrow441O tomorrow4 140 am 615 b 5 jun pmj
Only Half Amount of Ice IceSold IceSold IceSold
Sold to Customers Today TodayNo TodayNo TodayNo
No Relief Ships Sighted SightedConsumption SightedConsumption SightedConsumption
Consumption Exceeds Output Three Hundred HundredTons HundredTons HundredTons
Tons Daily and Will Continue Until Ar Arrival Arrival Arrival ¬
rival of Overdue Schooners
The reserve supply of ice in Washington Wash Washington Wahfn ¬
fn ington on is practically exhausted the con consumption oonMlmlKloft eonampton ¬
sumption exceeds the dally output of ofthe ottM ofthe
the local plants by about KM tons t 1 and andthe andthe andthe
the ice ships blp are not yet In sight lIltt Untilthe Until Untilthe Untillite
the arrival rival of these long lookadfor lookadforcargoes look6dtorcargoe lookedforcargoes
cargoes cargoes i the city will n be upon half ra rations ratJona rations ¬
tions The American Ice Company has hasout ha haout hasout
out in half the amounts of lee supplied suppliedIts suppliedita
Its customers customersIntense cMtomeI1lIatn customersIntense
Intense Iatn suffering caused by the scar scarcity eearcity scarcity ¬
city of ice has been averted today by bythe bythe bythe
the decided change in the temperature temperatureIt
It has been M cool that the reduction reductionin
in the amount of Ice furnished familieshas families familieshas filmm filmmbaa
has caused little or no discomfort Had Hadthe HadtLe liedthe
the temperature remained high there therewould tlMrewould therewould
would have been another and a differ different dtfterent differeat ¬
ent story tory to tellThe tell tellThe tellThe
The ice consumption of Washington Washingtonduring Washingtonduring VubtnKtondurin
during durin 4he < lhe summer months is about aboutl
1 1100 o tons a day and the output of the thefactories tbetaetorlaabout thefactories
factories taetorlaabout about lull tons tons ton This Tilt leaves leav a adeficit a adeAclt adeceit
deficit of am tons to be supplied from fromreserve fromraerve fromreserve
reserve or imported stock The reserves re reserves reHIVei ¬
serves no longer exist and contrarywinds contrary contrarywinds contrarywineS
winds have kept the ice ships for tor weary wearydays WITcIa wearydays
days cIa upon their Journey JourneyResponsibility journeResponlibility journeyResponsibility
Responsibility Up to Trust TrustThe TrnstThe TrustThe
The importations are all being heiR made madeby ftULdeby madeby
by the American Ice Company other otherdealers otberdeale otherdealers
dealers deale declaring they th y cannot bring led ice1IN JceUNCLE ledUNCLE
Threat to Send Troops TroopsEnds TroopsEnds TroopsEnds
Ends Crisis Growing GrowingOut GrovingOut GrowingUI
Out UI of Boycott BoycottAtneriejan Boycottrtun BoycottAmerman
Atneriejan rtun bluff has won n out against againstChinese against againstchines pltClabteM
Chinese bluff The crisis cri I in China Cklnaan as asan asan
an outgrowth of the boycott boyc tt situationhas situation situationhas tuaUon tuaUonhas
has passed An An outbreak is no longer longerFeared longerfeared
Feared by the State Department and andas andas
as there no longer appears appe to be a prob probability probahlUty probability ¬
ability that troops may be dispatchedfrom dispatched dispatchedfrom dblpatchedfrom
from the thePbtllJlPlnea Philippines to Chinese terri territory territory territory ¬
tory the transports that have beenhyld been beenaeid beenh
aeid h d at Manila pending such an emer emergency emerJrenl entergency ¬
gency Jrenl have hav been ordered returned to toNew toNew toNew
New York YorkActing YorkActina YorkActing
Acting on the advice of the State De Department Department Department ¬
partment orders n have been bunted by bythe bythe bythe
the War Department to Maj Gen Leon Leonard Leonant Leonard ¬
ard Wood commanding eommaltdt the Philippine Philippinedivision PhUippaftedlvUdon Philippinedtvisioi
division of the army to send back to toNew toNew toNew
New York at an early date the trans transports traaaP transports ¬
ports P < trUl Made Kilpatrick McClellan and andIngles andInclea andIngies
Ingles For several months mon all four of ofthese otthee ofthese
these thee troop ships ab have been held out outof outof outof
of the service 8ervce ready to be loaded at a amoments aMoment amoments
moments notice to rush the three regiments regi regiments re i imeata ¬
ments of infantry and batteries thatwere that thatwere thatwere
were sent over to the Philippines PbIllDPIne In the theearly tbeearly theearly
early spring across ac to the Chinese coast coastChinese ooaatChinese coastChinese
Chinese Government ActsAccording Acts ActsAccording ActsACCOrding
According to late advices adY1 s it appears appearsthat appeaNthat appearsThat
that when it became known by the theChinese theChineae theChinese
Chinese government and throughout throu bout the theempire theemplre theempire
empire that the United States Govern Government GovernI Governmeat ¬
ment was planning to send a a large army armyto armyto armyto
I to China in case ca e of serious outbreaks to toprotect toprotect toprotect
protect American citizens and their in interests Intereats interests ¬
terests orders were ere issued by the offi officials offtcialll oftleisie ¬
cials at ° skin kln to the viceroys of the theturbulent theturbulent theturbulent
turbulent provinces to put down all allantiforeign aUantltorelrn altantiforeign
antiforeign disturbances at any cost costIt etIt c t tIt
It is believed ia official circles clrel that thatthe thatthe hat hatthe
the strenuous activity displayed by the theUnited tbeUnited theUnited
United States Just after the clcf ck e Af f the theHusaoJapanese theRuaeoJaPAneae theRussoJapanese
HusaoJapanese war when the condi conditions conditions conditlo ¬
tions tlo s in the southren provinces of China Chinawere Chinawere Chinawere
were serious prevented the general uprising up uorising uprlalntt
rising among the natives which seemed seemedImminent seemedimminent eemedIlIImlneat
Imminent at any time and did much to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent a spread of the boycott againstAmerican against againstAmerican anlnatAJDerIcan
American goods xoodsThere XoodRThere goodsThere
There now seems to be no question que Uon in inWashington InWuhln inWashington
Washington Wuhln ton but that the boycott movement move movement movement ¬
ment was not only Inspired inspired but greatlyencouraged greatly greatlyencouraged areaUyencouraged
encouraged by b the tjlne iiinese e government governmentthrough governmenttbrou governmentthrough
through tbrou h the viceroys of the different differentprovinces differentprovlncOli differentprovinces
provinces While the officials in Pekin Pekinment Pek1ntuUM PekinIssued
Issued open mandate af nst the move movemfnt movement
ment and and represented to this Government Govern Government Gov rn rnment ¬
ment that they wefe doing all in their theirpower theirpower theirpower
power to put it down and that theywere they theywere
1 were certain it would not assume afiumetbreat afiumetbreatenlng threat threatening threatening ¬
ening proportions it became officially officiallythe orftelallYthe otfleiallythe
the minds of Government officials in inknown Inknown inknown
known at the State Department that Wu WuTingfang WuTtngfang WuTingfang
Tingfang formerly Chinese Chinese minister to tothe totbe tothe
the United nitStates States tate and now high in the thecouncils thecouncils thecouncils
councils of his 18 home government governmen t was wassecretly wasaecretly wassecretly
secretly encouraging the the Chinese stud students students students ¬
ents and merchants to place a ban on onAmerican onAmerican onAmerican
American goods and to make it as uncomfortable un uncomfortable uncomfortable ¬
comfortable as possible po lble for Americans Americansresiding Americansresiding Americansrealdlnlt
residing in China It also became known knownhere knownbere knownhere
here that the viceroys of the southern southernprovinces BOuthernprovinces southernprovinces
provinces where the antiforeign feelingappeared feeling feelingappeared feelingappeared
appeared lento to be strongest were not ac actually acy actu ¬
tually y ted taking g means to quell disturbances disturbancesArectled disturbancesagainst
Arectled tu directed t against a lnat foreigners particularly particularlYJRer
Americans JRer canll
Ships Were V ere All Ready ReadyThe ReadyThe ReadyThe
The United States determined to showChina show showChina showChina
China that it would go to the limit in inits inIg inits
its endeavors to protect its citizens and andIts andSa andha
Its commerce thereupon decided to re reenforre retOfte reenforr
enforre enforr tOfte e its military and naval forces in inthe Inr
r the Far r East EastIt Eaatf
f It now ow ow develops that just as Ii the boyeott boy boycott ¬
I eott by Chinese Chln
merchants was vas for the
purpose of bluffing the Amepic American ericgn Gov
acn ernmert etnmen tmPto t Into lettln letting d down ° w the bars
against nst Chinese immigration so was the thearder
order shading Bdlng the three regiments and
two cruisers erul to the Phli Philippines in inon a btuff bluff blufffoie
I on the pert of Washington Washlngton offictaOs ottIcl oflc bl tS to rtcourt
focee to foie th the hand of the Chinese Chinese dourt dourtAllRail court courtAllRail
AllRail Route to Cape May MayPennsylvania MayPemtaylvnl8 M aY aYPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad Leave Wash Washtrfcin
lngton agt 1 a p m week d dais y coonot coonotat oonusutg
g at Broad street station stationwith Phlladelpbla Phlladelpblawfth
with train t ln via Delaware Del Delat < are River Bridge Bridgeroute Brtdge Bridgeo
route o 91v leaving at 4 4W 4 m for or eB Ca Care e May Y
I Iat
from Maine and sell U It in Washington Washingtonat blnton
at a fair profit They put the respon responsibility reponalbiUty responalbility ¬
sibility up to the trust trustSamuel tMNtSAmuel trustSamuel
Samuel A Kimberly local manager managerof
of the American Ice Company said to today today today ¬
day that no tidings whatever had been beenreceived beenreceived beenreceived
received of the schooner hoonr Kreger which whichis wblchbrlnglnar
is bringing 1100 tons of ice to suffering sufferingWashington ButteringYuhtngton sufferingashington
Washington The Kreger reger left Maine on onJuly onJuly onJuly
July 7 and should have been here long longago longP longago
ago P It is 1 assumed that adverse winds windsare windsare windsare
are causing the prolonged delay delayThe delayThe delayThe
The ice barge Kennebec which is be being Ming being ¬
ing towed south by the tug Richmond Richmondis
is I due to arrive at the mouth of the thePotomac thePotomac thePotomac
Potomac on Thursday Thursday If this t expecta expectation expeetaUon x xUon ¬
Uon is t realised the Kennebec will reachWashington reach reachWashington readaWashington
Washington Friday The 1 MOO tons of ofIce ofIce ofice
Ice with which hlcb it is loaded will supply uppI uppIthe
the cltyh cityy > deficit for ten days daysThree day dayThree daysThree
Three Ships on Way WayWith WayWltb WayWith
With the Kennebec the Kreger Xr and andthe andthe andthe
the atinson the last of which is also alsoon aIIIoon alsoon
on the water and carries earrl 1TO 1 JOt tons of ottor ie iefor Ice Icefor
for Washington hington the deficit de dcit will be cared caredfor caNCltor caredfor
for until August Is at any rate The TheAmerican TJaeAIMriean TheAmerican
American Ice Company has arranged arrangedfor arraqedfor arrangedfor
for other cargoes cargoesHowever carroelioweer cargoesUuwever
However until these cargoes begin to toarrive toarrtve toarrive
arrive the ice consumers of the citymust city citymust cIt7mut
must do the best they can with a limited lim limited I1mIted ¬
ited supply Mr r KimberlY said a d today todaythe toda7the todaythe
the cut will be applied all along the line lineI 1
I noticed this tb morning moml that the de delivery delivery delivery ¬
livery at my residence was of Just half halfthe haltthe halfthe
the usual amount of ice he said I Ipresume IprMUme ime
presume me from this the drivers are play
presumefavorites lug lugpresume no favorites favoritesAttorneys ta favoritesAttorneys vonte vonteAttorneys
Attorneys Sharp Clash ClashOver ClashOver ClashOver
Over Ice Driver Cases CasesIn CasesIn CasesIn
In the Police Court CourtIm t tIm
Im I surprised that any repregrnta repregrntative reprfSIntattve representative
tive of the American Ice Company should shouldhave shouldhave houIIhave
have the nerve to talk of principle in inopen illopen iuopen
open court declared Assistant iatant Corpo Corporation Corporation Corporation ¬
ration Counsel Cou James Jam L Pugh in Police PoliceCourt Pnli PnliCourt PoliceCourt
Court this morning morningThe mombqrThe morningTbe
The surprise urp would be all th the greater greaurif
It the Districts representative was wasstanding wa wastanding IS ISetadIq
standing up for a principle retortedGeorge retorted retortedGeorge r tortfd
080 George P Hoover attorney for the theAmerican thtAertean theAmerican
American Ice Company CompanyThis Companyt CompanyThis
This rather sharp clash came at the theconclusion theCOMIP8Ion theooeiuslon
t conclusion of the hearing JMa1n < < In the cases casesof Ca t8 t8of I Iof
of Albert teJt Mooers Robert t L t Matthew bfattheweFraSk MatthewFra KattbewlIrrkWeRa
Fra rrkWeRa FraSk Wefts and Harry Avery th thfour thtour thfour
four JoJDeri American a Ice Company op ny drivers who whowere wbowere whowere
were taken Into cuetqdy eu + itgdy about two twoweeks twoweeD twoweeks
weeks ago aCo oa charges of failing to toweigh towh toweigh
weigh lee Det before delivering it using usingscales uatf1 uatf1that usingstales
scales that had h not been tested and andweighing andweapin andweighing
weighing < < ice on scales 1IeaI which did not notconform notconform notconform
conform to the standards in the Dis District DiatJ1ct District ¬
trict Building BuildingMr BulldlBltMr BuildingMr
Mr Hoover endeavored to have the thecases thecaaea thecases
cases continued until fall stating that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the men were too busy to appear incourt in incourt Incourt
I IrIr
court courtMr courtAir
Mr rIr Pugh Instated that the driven driversagreed drivenreed drivenagreed
agreed < < reed to be in court for trial today todayand too tooand todayand
and Judge ONeal upheld his contention contentiondeclaring contentiondecIarlq contentiondeclarit
declaring declarit the CO s > o collateral forfeited It Itwas Itwaa Itwas
was atthur at thl this point that Mr r Hoover ob objected o oJected obnot ¬
jected not to the pecuniary loss but llut to tothe tobe tothe
the be principle principlePushing principlePushing principlePushing
Pushing Ice Cases CasesAt CasesAt CasesAt
JACKSONVILLE J CK90NILLK Fla July 24 24New 24Newinformation New NewInformation NewInformation
Information was Wa filed against the alle allegedIce alleged allegedIce ed edIce
Ice trust in the criminal court yesterday yesterdayW ye8terclaW
W S Ware Robert Gamble George Oeorp1te GeorgeWhite j jWhite
White 1te and H E HarkUh Harklahe1met lw r were werearrested we wearre werearrested
arrested arre ted and all gave 500 ban except exceptWare exeeptVare exceptVare
Vare who went to the county Jail to toawait toawait toawait
await habeas corpus proceedings < < in n thesupreme the thesupieme theaupleme
supreme court courtGOIPERS courtLABORS courtLABORS
I GOMPERS CLAIM MlDeclares CLAIMDeclares CLAIMPolitical
Declares Political Move Movement 1Vovement Movement ¬
ment Strong Enough Enoughto
to Make Good GoodNEW GoodNEW GoodNEW
NEW YORK July 24 4PrfJ8ldent President Sam Samuel Samuel Samuel ¬
uel Gompers Gompers of the American Federa Federation Federation Federation ¬
tion of Labor today predicted a a work workingmans workIngmans workingmans
ingmans victory at the polls next nextNoVember nextNovember nextNovember
NoVember NoVemberHe Novemberlie
He held It a conference with the local locallabor locallabor locallabor
labor leaders and prominent members membersof
of the executive committee of the Cen Central Central Central ¬
tral Federated Union at the head headquarters headquarter headquarters ¬
quarters of the federation tooer tlott I Third Thirdavenue Tblrdavenue Thirdavenue
avenue after which he Issued this stag stagment stalment stagmeat
ment mentThe
The present pre ent political labor movement move movement movement
ment is the th most extensive oxten lve ever known knownIn knownIn knownin
In this country The local and national nationallabor nationallabor nationallabor
labor organizations or lzatlona taking part will willmake wiltmake winmake
make a a very aggressive campaign Themovement The Themovement Themovement
movement is the result of the neglectof neglect neglectof Deglectof
of labors interests Intere ts < by uy Congress and andthe andthe andthe
the Legislatures LegislaturesWe Le latur laturWe
We have enough levelheadei intelli intelligent Intelligent intelligent ¬
gent honest workingmen to give giv labor a agood aGOOd agood
good representation in Congress and we wewill wewill e ewill
will move heaven bee ven and earth to put themthere them themthere themtbere
there and take bold of the measures for forthe torthe forthe
the benefit lMnefttof of the working people peopleMr peoplelr peopleMr
Mr lr Gompers left for Newark N J Jto I Ito
to attend an important labor lat i conference conferenceand confeencand conferenceand
and Wednesday evening evenin he will deliver delivera
a political address to the Central Labor LaborUnion LaborUnion LaborUnion
Union at Atlantic City He will m not re return return return ¬
turn to Washington unti ant ± l the last of ofthis o oth ofthis
this th l week when he will receive reports reportsfrom reportsrum reportsfrum
from rum ail parts of the country relative to tothe toQgr toth
the th J3rp rpl Qgr rea or a oft kip hej eJ poIltical > qlltlcal < l1U J moyeaiint
Wife of Whites Slayer SlayerDeclares SlayerDeclares
Declares She h Never NeverSought NeverSought NeverSought
Sought Separation SeparationNEW
NEW YORK July 3t Mun It is perfectly perfectlyabsurd perfectlyabsurd perfectlyabsurd
absurd said Evelyn Neebtt Thaw today todaywhen tOC todaywhen t twhen
when Questioned concerning concernm a story from fromPittsburg 1ro 1roPtttburc fromPittsburg
Pittsburg that she e had hacl1teea been eeekmg lnl evi evidence evidence 11 11dence ¬
dence upon which to baa an action for fordivorce tor4lvor fordivorce
divorce 4lvor from Harry K Thaw ThawDispatches ThawDiepatchea ThawDispatches
Dispatches from Pittsburg say that thatyoung thatyoung thatyoung
young Mrs Thaw obtained much of the theevidence theevi4e theevidence
evidence evi4e ce she needed in the aut suit ult beforethe before beforethe beCorthe
the shooting shooUn of Stanford White and andthat andthat andthat
that since then there has been stoppage stoppagein ltop < < e
in the search searchThe MUchThe searchThe
The young woman who had been used usedto UHf UHfto useilto
to a free and easy life liter it was said had liatichafed hadehated hadchafed
chafed under the restrictions reatrl tlona placed upon uponher uponher uponher
her by her motherinlaw and was en enraged enrapd enraged ¬
raged at the snubs to which she had hadbeen hadn hadbeen
been n subjected by Pittsburg society She Shepunned Sheplanned Sheto
punned pla 1 1to to obtain a divorce and ad return returnto returnto
to the stage stageTo atqeTo stageTo
To this story tory however Evelyn Nasbtt NasbttThaw Ne NesbitThaw btt bttThaw
Thaw today said saidbe saidIt 14 14It
It Is pe rfectJy ectly absurd She could sot sotbe 10t 10tbe
be prevailed upon to say more moreLetters moreLetters ore oreLetters
Letters as Evidence EvidenceThe EvidenceThe EvidenceThe
The letters of Mrs Ne Ne1bIt Ut Holman to toStanford toStanford toStanford
Stanford White urging ura1n him to rescue rescueher rescueber rescueher
her daughter from Thaw today are con considered eonJddered considered ¬
sidered the strongest evidence the pros prosecution prosecuUon pros prosecution ¬
ecution has ba yet obtained which hic points pointsto polntato
to a a motive tor the shooting That Thaw Thawwas ThawW1U Thawwas
was much worried was indicated Indl lu eated by hr his hishacty hisbarty hishasty
hasty action in sending aend1a < < for Roger RogerOMara RogerOwara ItogerOMara
OMara his Pittsburg detective Law Lawyer La Lawyer w wyer ¬
yer Hartridge professed to believe today todaythat todaythat todaythat
that the letters aided the defense deten When Whenhe Vbenhe Vhen Vhenhe
he was asked if Evelyn Neeblt Thaw Thawwould Thawwould Thawwould
would go on the stand and tell how her hermother hermother er ermother
mother and White urged her to leave leaveThaw leaveThaw leaveThaw
Thaw he replied repliedMrs r repliedMr pnd pndM
Mrs M Mr Thaw will rrtr r r go upon the thestand thestand thestand
stand standDo standDo standDo
Do you mean by NU tt t that the case casewill ca casewill e ewUJ
will not go to a jury juryNo jUryNo juryNo
No I mean the case slit W be disposed disposedof dl posed posedof
of by the jury without the e need need of airs airsThaw lrsThaw MrsThaw
Thaw appearing as a witnessHe witness witnessHe wlt1l wlt1lHe
He would Inot not go into details detail aa to towhat towhat towhat
what meanins i Cairfng he intended should be betaken betaken betaken
taken from his h is words wordsAn wardaAn wordsAn
An effort will be made e to get Mrs itrsHolman MrsHotaan MrsHolman
Holman to make a statement under oath oathforthe oatilfor oathfor
forthe for the district attorney ttorn and it is like likeIv likelY likelv
Iv that one of Mr Jerome Jero s staff tart will wiUrn wlUfin
L fin rn to t PitUburg and interview Evelyn EvelynThaws EvelynThaw EvelynThaws
Thaws Thaw mother She cannot be compell compelled compelled ¬
ed to come to New York but if she is isever Isever isever
ever caught within the Jurisdiction ot ofdill atbe
211 dill be State ita Ih mhe ht could b be forced Into courtj c court
Troops Shoot Down Men MenArmed NenArnled MenImple
Armed With Withments Imple Implements Inlplements ¬
ments of Toil ToilST ToilST ToilST
ST PETERSBURG July S4 4A 4ApeaNut 4Almasiint A Apeaaant
peaaant rebellion has hu1troken broken out in inthe inthe inthe
the province pr riACcs of Orel and Voroneh Voronehand Voroneahand oroD lt ltaDd
and infantry Cossacks are now en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged in fighting the peaaaut peaaautSeveral peutIIcrious pcaaatttsSeveral
Several serious engagements have haveoccurred heoccurroo haveoccurred
occurred in the neighborhood of ofStaigaonosk ofStaigaono ofStaigaonosk
Staigaonosk Staigaono k and Bobrov BobrovPeasants DobroVPOllunts BobrovPeasants
Peasants Fight Bravely BravelyThe BravelyTIte BravelyThe
The peasants for the moat partare part partare partare
are armed only with scythes t1U5 and andpltckforke andpltc1 andpitchforks
pitchforks pltc1 orD but they have made a at ab abtlavc
t bijave b e stand before the troops only onlyto onlyto onlyto
to be shot down mercilessly by the thesoldiers theioldiers thesoldiers
soldiers The casualties up to date datearc dateare dateare
are reported to exceed 500 500T 500Details 500Details
T Details > etail8 received today in regard regardto
to the mutiny last night at Warsaw Warsaware Warsaware Warsaware
are to the effect that two officers officerswere officerswere officerswere
were killed and six ix wounded in the theattack tu tuattnck theattack
attack made on the officers club clubby clubbymutineers by bymutineers bymutineers
mutineers The mutineers m tlneera belonged belongedto
to the artillery corps corpsShot corpsSho corpsShoi
Shot Down Their Officers OfficersThey OfficersThey OfficersThey
They set fire to the officers club cluband cluband cluband
and then shot down the tlteofficers officers as asthey nsthey asthey
they rushed from the burning burningstructure burningstructure burningstructure
structure in their nightclothes nightelotheA niglltclotbcadetachment
A detachment of infantry was wascnlled wuscnllecl wascalled
called out and subdued the muti mwtiHebrews mutineers mutineers
neers neersHebrews neersHebrews
Hebrews in Panic PanicFlee PanicFlee PanicFlee
Flee From Odessa OdessaExpecting OdessaExpecting OdessaExpecting
Expecting Massacre MassacreLONDON MassacreLONDON MassacreLONDON
LONDON July stThe Central News Newssays NeSsays Newssays
dispatches have reach reached reached reached ¬
says that private
ed London stating that an antiHebrew antiHebrewprogram anUfIebrewproKMlm sntiIebrew sntiIebrewprogram
program has commenced at Odessa OdessaThere Ode OdessaThere a aTbere
There has been heavy destruction of ofi ofproperty ofproperty
i property and massacres are inevitable inevitablef IneltableDI8Ptch inevitableDispatches
f Dispatches from Odes Odessa a say that the thei tMHebrews theHebrews
i Hebrews have J1 V6 been driven into a condition con condition eendlUon ¬
dition of complete panic and they are areleaving areleaving areleaving
leaving the city in large numbers numbersKvery numbersEvery numbersEvery
Every departing train today was crowded crowd crowded crowded
ed with fusiUves Others left leftthe the city cityI cityIn cityIn
I in wagon wa old carriages and on horseback horsebackfleeing horael > ick ickfleeJn ck ckfleeing
fleeing fleeJn to some Place of safety It is isestimated isesUmatd isestimated
estimated that fully 5000 parse Irst18 is s have haveleft haveIe haveleft
left Ie the city within the last twenty twentyfour twentytour twentyfour
four hours The Hebrews who are re remaining remaining romatning ¬
maining are collected in the center of ofContinued ofCon ofI
I Continued Con ue OA 01 Second Ie 3 con on PaseJ Page >
Without Right to Con Conference Conference Conference ¬
ference They Depart DepartPredicting DepartPredicting DepartPredicting
Predicting Conflict ConflictLONDON ConflictLOlDON ConflictLONDON
LONDON July J4 tThe The Russian Bnaaiandelegates Ruuianc1eJepte Russiandelegates
delegates to the interparliamentary interparliamentarypeace inter parliamentary parliamentarypade
peace pea e conference who O take the posi position poMltlol position ¬
tion that tJUI t aa the douma by whichthey which vtrkichthey whichthey
they were w re appointed baa been di diaolved dia diaaolved dissolved
aolved they no longer have vo a right rightto richtto rightto
to Bit in the conference aa reprosentativea repro repreventativea reprocntatives
ventativea of that nation will ro rottirn ruturR return
turn to St Petersburg today todayM todayRodbtehidf todayM
M Rodischieff one of the dele delegwtea deletca delegates
gates tca in an n interview said saidi sandWe > > Aid AidW
i We W e are able now to form an opinion opinionas
as to the outcome of the present return returnto returnto returnto
to absolutism in Russia The world worldmust worldmuat workmust
must not expect any immediate reply
from the Russian people for we were werecaught werecaupbt weracaught
caught totally without Ithout organization or lea R
Besides the peasants are now D01 now too too busy bu y
harvesting the crops We must wait waitseveral waltMveral waitseveral
> several months until October at the theearliest therUt theearliest
earliest rUt before our response to the thetive
Curs last move can hope to be effective elfec elfective
Constructive Methods MethodsWhat MethoosThat MethodsWhat
What That form our reply wiM wit 111 take has hasnot ha hanot hasnot
not yet et been deckled We however are arelooking arelooking arelooking
looking the facts straight in the face faeeWe taeoYe faceWe
We Ye do not believe belle a revolution can suc succeed succeed suecoed ¬
ceed solely by force of arms arm We must mustdepend mustdepend mustdepend
depend upon constructive rather than thandestructive thandestructive thandestructive
destructive methods to win our fightWhile fight fightWhile ftgktbl1e
While bl1e we believe that discontent discontentprevails dl discontentprevails contert contertprevails
prevails in the army we do not believe believethis believethis believethis
this dissatisfaction is so extensive assto aa aato asto
to permit us to count upon the support supportof suppertor supportof
of the soldleve except in a few in instances Inatanee instances ¬
stances We Ve intend to try to so o arrange arrangematters arrangematters arrangematters
matters matters working worktnf through public opin opinion opinIon opinion ¬
ion as to compel compe compethe the Czar to recall the
douma doumaWe doum doumaWe
We re believe it is certain that the
douma will be sitting sltUn again before next nextMarch nextMarek nextMarch
March and we will take up reform reformmeasures reformmfaures reformmeasures
measures by constitutional consUtuti nal means meansThe mean meanThe meansThe
The opinion of M RodischieJT is J important im important Important ¬
portant as giving an indication of the theviews theviews theviews
views of the constitutional Democrats DemocratsIn
In Russia of whom he is t one of the theprincipal theprincipal theprincipal
principal leaders and who number in inthe Inthe Inthe
the ranks of their party the chief Intel Intellectual Intelleetual Intelleetuai ¬
lectual leaders of the douma doumaApparently dournaAp doumeApparently
Apparently Ap Artnll the constitutional > Demo Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
crats have decided that they can not notwork notwork notwork
work together with the militant radi radicals radicals radicals ¬
cals and socialists soelaJl ta This his would seem to toindicate toIndicate toindicate
indicate that the Russian parties will willcontinue wUIeonttnue willcontinue
continue to be divided and that the theCzar theCzar theCzar
Czar can count upon the Inability of ofthe ottbe ofthe
the reformers to present a united front frontin frontIn frontin
in opposing the crowns erown program programBryans pro programBryans am amBryans
Bryans Oratory OratoryMakes OratoryMakes OratoryMakes
Makes For or Peace PecCceLONDON PeaceLONDON PeaceLONDON
LONDON July tWUlIam Si William J T Bryan Bryanwas BrpnWAS Bryanwas
was one of the principal speakers ap Jcers at atthis atthis atthis
this mornings session of the Interpar Interparliamentary Interparl1amotary Interparliamentary ¬
liamentary Peace Conference C nterenee and inoptiuued in inCootloued n nf
f Cootloued tlnue o oti Third h rd Page Pager Pagef
Mr Semmes Novel Plan Planto Planto Planto
to Win in Jobbing Trade TradeFor TradeFor TradeFar
For the National NationalCapital NationalCapitaL NationalCapital
Capital CapitalIMPRESS CapitaLIMPRESS CapitalIMPRESS
Get Big Orders and Make MakeQuick hakeQuick MakeQuick
Quick Shipments in inWholesale inWholesale inWholesale
Wholesale Lots LoisHis LotsI
l I His Idea
The descent of a party of f Wash WaahIngton WashIagton WuhiustoR
Ington traveling jutn BI nn n reyreaenting reyreaentingJobbing 1 reproaentingJobbing eeeating eeeatingjobbhc
Jobbing house o1uIeat of tfi t1iJ the ettj eft in full fullI fullforaa fullforce
I force upon the trims tewn on the thesame theHmO thesame
same day ia tux tJ newest plan for fortranaformfnff fortraiUlformhl fortraftsforming
tranaformfnff traiUlformhl the Jream resm of Greater GreaterWaahhiffton GreaterMhblton GreaterWashington
Washington Mhblton Into a reality realityThe realtt7The realityThe
The plan 11 originate with Charles CharlesWS CharlesYSeJlUHBplH CharlesWSemmee1
WSemmee1 WS YSeJlUHBplH mn e8i > resident delit nt of f the Semmes SemmesKelly SemmesKeU SemmesEelly
Kelly KeU Company 1tr tr Semmea has hasthought hasthoulbt hasthought
thought It ot ott t carefally N taU1 and themore the themore tbemore
more he hag au tjougL tJJ uL t the more moredeeply moredeeply moredeeply
deeply he Rwa c zl faJlen iu h low O withhis with withhia 1tn 1tnbJ
his bJ creation crea tion He iT belie rea it Mill Millsecure willsecure i 11 11secure
secure for Washington WaHltiJl < < ton a degree of ofattention ofaUeaticm ofattention
attention from retailers in territory territoryWaahinfton territoryYu1daton territoryWashington
Washington Yu1daton bsa has ha a II right to claim claimand claimADd claimand
and an amount f inches from fromtheae fromthee fromthese
thee retailers i fnpolbtt Ia ipoaaibte of t f attainment attain attainI attainmfJtt
I incut in any tit other ws wsThink T TThink Y YThink > >
Think what eatkusiast emtautla eatku ai and In Intereat Intereat interest
tereat would be exei tsdted te4 ed in any anytown anytown anytown
town Mid id Mr ir ejnrec emr aa by the thearrival thearrlnl thearrival
arrival there of lien en or a dozen dozenknighta dozenknihta dozenknights
knights of the grig Iri grp bd1II brimming Dg over overwith onrdth overvith
with enthusiasm eJt uaIa for their home homealga homeaDd homeoitd
oitd aDd OelrasfL Id to make IbI jecord jecordsales cord cordc
alga Srwry one oflsfei c coolcl aiCand aiCandwowJ 4 and andivonJfl andWORM
WORM wowJ lf h Bap aIp every oUbr oilt r JSvery t cne cneof ne neof neof
of them would be eompf eomtf1oP eompeb4 t if ifia dt dtftt e eis
ia fit to hold u cI his job tu to a ten the it itquiring Itqufring Itquitlug
quiring merchant Jut way why he should ahouldbuy shouldbuy shouldbuy
buy nis its stock In in InVtVshir y V i ief 1r eaMake onMake on onMake
Make Joist Shipments ShipneatIf
If there the were any Question of prompt promptdeliveries prom promptdeliveries pt ptdel1veriea
deliveries the traveling men IIM of the thjparty t theparty h hparty
party would ba able to say y that this th1 is isjust ISjust isjust
just what bat they have baV coma to correct correctla eorrectIn correctIn
In every town the members of th thparty tbparty thparty >
party representing half a dozen lines linesbusiness If Ifbu > f fbusiness
business bu n would woW be abi abls to o sell a car carload carload carload ¬
load of goods at leas Their orders orderswould orderswould orderswould
would reach their home offices at theIan the thesame tIltaame
same Ian time Joint arrangements arrangem inta would wouldbe wouldDe wouldbe
be made with the railcads raU oa to furnish furnisha
a ear all the orders rden would be put + > ay ayl ayIJI ayIii
Iii l that car and that car would go gothrough guthiOUP gothrough
through thiOUP without any delay delayThere delayWOtdd delayThere
There would be a a practical demon demonstration demon48tradca demonattatlas ¬
stration of t the fact that Washington WashingtonJobbers Wuhlngtn1JOOben Washingtonjubbers
Jobbers can ea handle th tP grade of mer merchants utrdlaata rrerchanta ¬
chants and give J ve prompt p mpt delivery deUveT of ofshipments ofshipments It Itahtpmenta
shipments The problem of Interesting Interestingmerchants interestingba interestingmbrehairts
merchants ba ts in Washington and inducing inducingthem inducingthem inducingthem
them to buy their goods here would be besolved L LItOIved ticsolved
solved The ice would be broken It Itafterward l latterwanl ifafterward
afterward the merchants of the cit city cityeannot ci ciOAanot v vcannot
cannot retain the trade they theyb have e won wonit wonit wonit
it will iie ue o their own 0 fault and the move movement moveMent movement
ment that han b bc tarn n started ted and andthat that has liasprogressed haspr hasprogressed
progressed pr fN6d sb favorably deserves tj tofail tjfall t trall
fall and Bd will fall of Its own weakness weakneseLike we weaknessLike Befs BefsLike
Like Triumphal 3 3The Progress ProgressThe P rU5 rU5Tbe
The tOUr f the Washington travel traveling travelInS traveling ¬
ing men ia a my firm conviction would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be like a triumphal progress There is isno t tno isno
no other method that could be devised devisedthat devisedthat devisedthat
that would so open the eyes of merchants mer merchants mereban ¬
chants eban to Washingtons Wa tagtoft advantages vantges as asa asa asa
a Jobbing center Lots of buyers wouid wouidgive wouidve wouldgive
give ve orders because of the novelty of ofj ofthe ofthe
j the proposition pro tlon with which they are pre presented preeo premuted ¬
muted sentedIt mutedIt eo t 8cI 8cIIt
It is possible that from a strict strictstandpoint strictstandpoint strictstandpoint
standpoint of dollars and cents the trip tripwould trlpwould rip ripwould
would not be immediately Immediatel profitable to tothe tuUte tothe
the houses sending sendln their representatives representativesbut repnentatitbut
but it would be a great thing t for Wash Washington W83IInt1on WasIington ¬
ington and in the end largely Jarwel prontab prontabto
to those tho e who take part in the exhibition exhibitioninto exhlbltioJ1For exhibitionFor
For our part we are willing to toInto g i iinto
into the scheme at any time We will willbring wiilbrlnlr wiltbring
bring our men in from the road in order or order II IIder ¬
der to send them along I am just as aswilling aswilling i5wilting
willing to have our competitors eompetlton alonj alonjas a10mas alonias
as the representatives of firms handling handlingot handlingother bandllngoter
ot other er lines of businessMatter business businessMatter bwdn bwdnMatter
Matter to Be Taken Up UpIt UpIt UpIt
It is i very probable that the matter matterwill matt mattwitt matterwill
will be taken jp by the Jobbers and andShippers andShlp andShippers
Shippers Shlp Association Uon but if it is not notMr notMr notMr
Mr Sommes will take it UD U1 > himself himselfwith hbIUllrwith himselfwith
with other oth other r Jobbers He looks for big bigresults bigresults bigresults
resultsMr results resultsMr resultsMr
Mr Semmes is not one of those who wholay wholay wholay
lay Washingtons Wuht toft trouble with freight freightfacilities trelehtfaclUUeti freightfacilities
facilities at the feet of the Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniarailroad Pennsylvaniarailroad < 1 1rlI
railroad rlI d There have been many man delays delaysin delayIn delaysin
in shipments South but Mr Semmes Semmesexperience Semmesexperience Semmesexperience
experience and investigations do not notbear notbear notbar
bear out the charge which has been beenfrequently beenfrequently en enfrequentl
frequently made that the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaIs t tIs
Is responsible re pOnaIbie On the contrary he heplaces heplacet heplaces
places the blame on the railroads that thattake tha thatake thattake
take the U e shipments ablpmen l at Alexandria AlexandriaI
I have made a personal elllOnal investigation investigationof int 8ttptbn 8ttptbnof
of this matter said Mr Semmes Semnt lj Iem I Iam 1am
am convinced that when a carload carJa ship shipment Kbi Kbiment chitmeat ¬
ment is delivered to the Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniabefore P Pennsylvaniabefore nnylvanl nnylvanlfore
before fore 438 Oclock in the afternoon aflfO oon it itgets itgets
gets 18 out of Washington and n 19 J dellv dellvered dell dellered delivered
ered to the connecting conn tlng line that night nightIy nlehtly nightAIy
AIy > Iy own experience pt > rieure is the same with withsmaller with11ll1er withsmaller
smaller shipments It is in Alexandria Alexandriathat AlX Abxiandrla Abxiandrlathat 1ndlla 1ndllathat
that the delays dela occur occurHowever octurHowever occurHowever
However this nay be on cite ie thing thin is iscertain 15certain iscertain
certain We Ve cannot naot expect the rau ra1ro raurojids ralr01ods
rojids ro ds to o pay the M same mama r rat1ent1gn atjenjioa at1ent1gni to u

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