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Wealthy WealthyLEARNING Young Man Work Working Worling Working ¬
ing as Day Laborer Study Studying Studying Studying ¬
ing Economic Problems ProblemsTAKING ProblemsTAKING ProblemsTAKING
f Jn the Army of Breadwinners He Per Performs Performs Performs ¬
forms Hardest Kind of Manual ManualLabor ManualLabor ManualLabor
BALTIMORE B > LTI1niOR14 Aug A > it win be benews benews benews
news to many friend trl trlei 4 of Cnaniteey CMu B BMcCormlck BCCormlck BMcCormick
McCormick CCormlck who ha here just completed hie hieJunior hi hijunior hIaJunior
Junior year at Tale to learn that to toIs be beis heis
Is spending hi his vacation working a aan u uan asan
an ordinary day laborer in Chicago ChicagoYoung ChlcapYoung Chun io ioYoung
Young Mr 1 McCormick is I nothing if ifnot Itflot Ifrant
not democratic He evinced a great ut in interest I It Intereet ¬
terest t re t in settlement work while at cpI college cpIItge opllege ¬
lege and la living during the rummertHult summer summerif
if I t tHult Hull House made famous by KIM MiesJane MiMJane KIMJane
Jane Addams Chicagos beat citizen citizenAlthough cltisenAlthough cldnAlthoush
Although he finds ftnd life in a settlement settlementhouse settlementhouse
house 1 U in n the very heart of the moat moatpordld Jft08tord1d inoeticordid
pordld ord1d and congested district of Chicago Chicagovastly Cblcasoastly ChicagoLastly
vastly astly different ditfe t from that at CloverdaJe CloverdaJeKutnw CtcwerdaJeElltllw CloverdaleFutnw
Kutnw place the residence re ldence of his hisparents h hparents hisparents
parents Mr and Mrs William G Mc McCormick McCormick WcCormick
Cormick in this city he has yet to toutter toutter toutter
utter the iirst word of complaint eomplaintWorks complaintWorks eolftplaJntWorks
Works in Machine Shop ShopThe ShopThe ShopThe
The young ou man is employed in the themachine themaCltIn themacline
machine shops of the McCormick Inter International Internntlonal Internntlonal ¬
nntlonal Harvester Company at Blue BlueIsland BIUfI1sland Blueisland
Island and Western avenues avenu Chicagowhlch Chicago ChicagoWhich Chlcaaowhich
Which were established by a relative relativeFollowing relath relathFollowln relativdFollowint
Following Followln the example of sever several other othermillionaire othermillionaire othermillionaire
millionaire social settlement workersoung workers workersyoung workersoung
young oung McCormick is pursuing hi his course courseof eourIIOof courseof
of discovery and exploration by personal personalexperience IMIntOnalexperience personalexperience
experience experienceI
I just wanted to t know how the other otherJialf otherJ1aU otherhalt
halt lived II Mi he explained explainedMr explainedIr explainedMr
Mr Ir McCormick is I just twentyone twentyoney twentyoMlUS twentyoneyears
y years lUS < > ars old He H went directly to Chicago Chicagothis Chicagothis Chicagothis
this summer to work in the shops and andstarted andEtarttd andstarted
started as a porter pushing pu dnJt the heavy heavytrucks hMvytrucks heavytrucks
trucks from building to building He is isnow u unow isnow
now working as a mechanic helper in intho Intho Intho
tho machine shop shopHis aboJllHis shopsIlls
His fellowworkers do not know his hisname hi hiJ1ame hisname
name and have no idea of his hI connec connection eonnection connection ¬
tion with the arm that employs them themlie thmIf themMe
lie If IB a quiet earnest earne t boy whose brown brawneyes browntHR browneyes
eyes lose their somber sadness dn only onlywhen o onlywhen ly lywhen
when he discusses his hi work and ambi ambitions ambl111ns ambitions ¬
tions He is 1 tall and slender ender and does doeshas dONrIOt doesot
rIOt ot appear suited to the rouan rough work he heJ hehas
has J as undertaken undertakenEvery undertakfnEery undertakenEvery
Every morning at 7 oclock he h reports reportsfor reportfQr reportsfor
for duty dut and says YII he enjoys the half halfhours halfhours halfhours
hours wa walk c to his work He rises at atoluck 6 6oclock Soclock
oclock and rushes through his break breakfast breakat breakfast ¬
fast at to reach the > factory on time At Atnoon Atoon Atncan
noon oon he goes with hundreds hundr of other othermen otherml othermen
men ml > n to the lunchroom After luncheon luncheonhe luncheonJe luncheonl
l he e sits its with the men while they chatuntil chat chatuntil chatuntU
until the 1 o oclock elock whistle takes tak him himback himbMk himback
back again to his fatiguing toil toilWith tollWHit toilWith
With Breadwinners BreadwinnersThe
The young ung man Joins the army of ofhomereturning athomfreturnln ofhomereturning
homereturning < < laborers la at a p m His Hisevenings Hl HleVEnings Hisevenings
evenings are spent in social research researchand reeerChand researchand
and study not In recreation The hours hoursat hoursat MIni MIniat
at the work are Ailed with the hardest hardestkind brdeatkind hardestkind
kind of manual labor laborThrough labor laborThrough laborThrough
Through the tle terrible heat the youth youthwho youthwho youthwho
who might be spending his W time at the theseashore thesfashore theseashore
seashore or in the mountains mauntal works workswithout workswlthnut workswithout
without complaint or regret regretIts recretIts regretIts
Its so much worse W r5e for so o many manyother man manNhtr manycthr
other persons pereo is I his surprised com comment comment comment ¬
ment when one mention the hardship hardshipof
of th the labor to him himYoung himY himYoung
Young Y nung McCormick almost regrets the thenecessity thenecessity thenecessity
necessity of returning returnln to Yale in the thefall thetall thefall
fall He ha hu found life a much bigger biggerthing hlgerthing biggerthing
thing that he had ever Imagined It butconsoles but hutconsoles butonsoles
consoles himself with the fact that thatwhen tluLtWhn thatwhen
when he goes goe back to New Havon he hewill heIll hewill
will Ill carry with him a store of knowl knowledge knowlfdge knowledge ¬
edge of economic conditions in which whichhe which1e whichhe
he is deeply d ply Interested Intere ted that he never nevercould nevercould nevercould
could have derived from textbooks textbooksTO textbooksCOSTS textbooksCOSTS
COSTS OVER OYE 308500 308500TO 308500To
Estimate fer Fiscal Year 19078 Sub Submitted Submitted Submitted ¬
mitted to the District DistrictC DistrictCommissioners
C Commissioners CI CommissionersShowing amiaeidBersShowing mmiH eBers eBersShowlna
Showing an increase over the amount amountto amountto amountto
to be expended expen during dur the current fiscal fiscalyear ttcalear fiscalSear
year ear the Districts bill for lighting ll < < htiq the thestreets 1Mfitreets thestreets
streets and highways will m cost 9308G7S 9308G7Sfor OM75 OM75for 515 515tGr
for the th fiscal year 19078 IIkT according aeeordlnto aeeordlntothe to tothe tothe
the estimates for that period submitted submittedto
to the District Commissioner by Elec Electrical Electrl Electrleil ¬
trical trl < I Engineer Walter alter C Allen AllenOf AllenOf AllenOf
Of this amount 101200 will be for elec electric electric eec eectrio ¬
tric are lighting and for extension of ofthis otthIs ofthis
this service ft200 505 of which is intended intendedto
to t cover the cost of maintaining aru arulimps arutamps arelimps
limps tamps on Monroe street Anaoostla from fromthe frOMtht frontthe
the ntW new Navy NV Yard bridge brk lre to the end endof endIf endof
of If the underground trolley system at atFranklin atFranklin atFranklin
Franklin street and for sixty xty are areamps areamp8 areamps
amps on Florida avenue from Sixth Sixthstreet SIxthftr Sixthstreet
street ftr et northwest to Fifteenth street streetr streetnortheast streetTnrthfOUlt
r northeast TnrthfOUltYr northeastMr > ortheatMr
Mr Allen A llen asks that thc t U o salary lary of ofJames orJamf ofJames
Jamf James C Simpson superintendent of ofthe oCtht ofthe
the Electrical Ele < trial Department be increased increasedfrom Increuedtram Increasedfrom
from 1100 1 < 00 to I8WO f per annum annumCOFFIN annumCOFFIN annumCOFFIN
PARIS Aug AU KWhen 5v When n M Banbtl te tefatigued I Ihtigued isfatigued < <
fatigued by overwork he goes to bed bedIn DedIn bedIn
In a coffin with a thick gift glass Jau caver For Forfortyeight Forfortyeight
fortyeight hour h UN before before shutting lutttnl him hlmpelf himFflt himself
pelf up in the coffin he neither nth eat eAts nor nordrinks nordrinks nordrinks
drinks Vhlle VlUie laUe resting he takes no nonourishment nonourishMent nonourishment
nourishment whatever t but only occa occasionally oeca1iona1y ocoasaionally ¬
sionally breathes a little ether which i iadministered Sadministered is isadministered
administered to him through a II slit in inthe Inthf inthe
the glass glassHe glassHe laSL laSLUP
He remains a II week k in the coffin at attlml a atime atime
time and loee loses only eight bt pound In Inweight Inweigh Inweight
weight t during durin that thatMl1od period When he hecomes 1MNms hecomes
comes out of hi his retreat he i hi a little littleweak littleIJ
IJ weak for a day da or two but soon picks picksup picksup
up 111 again and declare s there I is no hell hellday hoUda bollday
day da imaginable which doe d does < < l a man so somuch MDnlch somuch
much good a as pretending to be a corpse corpseBADEN QOrpaeBADEN corpseBADEN
BERLIN Aug 25 bWomen Women v omen are to have havea
a voice olce In n municipal wmctl government in the thegrand thegrand thegrand
grand duchy of Baden An act has Just Justbeen jutn justbeen
been n pu passed by the local parliament parliamentmaking pullamentomakinJt parliamentmaking
making it legal for women to alt and andvote antiyote andvote
vote on municipal committee dealing dealingwith deaUncIth dealingwith
with Ith question relatmjrto relating to the poor to toeducation tofducation toeducation
education and DeI to the general 1 health of ofthe otthe ofthe
the community m In so far a as women omen girls girlsand girl girland girtand
and children are N concerned
1 1J
ings a week from 830 8 to 11 oclock The Theattendance Theattendance Theattendance
attendance been simply remarkable remarkableThe remarkableThe remarkableThe
Juvenile J u V en e Ji i ll I e Agriculturists AgriculturistsHave AgriculturistsHave I The gardens though such a source sourc o of ofpleasure oCrleawre ofpleasure
pleasure and satisfaction t1afaLUon to everyone everyoneconcerned everyoneconcem everyoneconcerned
Have Attained Good GoodResults GoodResults concem concerned < d have not been free from dif difficulties dlttlcult1 dtfilculties ¬
I IResults ficulties tlcult1 11 On the th contrary they Navy Navybeen h MVotbeen w wbeen
Results ResultsBelieving been besot by many The first three threeweek threeweek threeweeks
I I1kllevtnc IBelieving weeks week in May the planting planUncthErre season seasonthere treasonthere
there was W not a drop of ram but this thisdrought thJ thJrouJht thisdrought
I Iscalf drought was followed In June by bytwentysix bytwt bytwentysix
Believing tlfat tl at ltlt if fostered on a II large largescale largemale twentysix twt > nty > > Ix day dR days of rain The be bewtort garden gardenwere gardenswere
scale it t will act to not only beautify beautifythe beautifythe I Ithe were flooded the water water stood toocIln in some aomr ton for forweeks torwceka forweeks
the city ctt but will act to free it of many manyunsanitary manyunsanitary I Iunaanltary weeks A As JI a result there tb was a k loss 10Mot lossof e eof
unsanitary and unhealthy conditions conditionsH of fifty garden front the low lands landsTomato 1lIdTomato landsTomato
H L Betnborg 1Ietftbul < < and Mi Miss Susan B SIpe SIpethe StJWtM Sipethe Tomato plant were wer set out the 11thof 11th Itthof 11thof
the wellknown normal school teacher teacherare teachfrare teacherare of May that night a II heavy MaY frost killed killedff kWedof killedoff
are cooperating to further the Inter Interet Intfrat interest of off > ff half of them tb Then too we hav ha have havehad v vhad < t tiad
et of the public school children in inschool inMhool inschool had constant rain all summer om Which bich has hastinkered hasblnlJerec baahindered
school gardening relenln Greatly encouraged encouragedby I tinkered necessary nec working rktnlr of the th par parden gardens ar ardtns
the work of ofplanting GfJlanUq ofplanting
by b the succeae S attending dens den
planting done by the school children this thissummer thislIummer thissummer dtnsHowever However the crop hav have been very verysuccessful veryBuctul verysuccessful
summer since Ince the beginning betrtnn q of the va vacation vaeatlin vacatlcin ¬ successful on the whole Every day daythe daythe daythe
cation term at the Agricultural De Department DtJNrtment Department ¬ the children leave the gardens laden ladenwith lad ladwith ladenwith
partment ground rounde these th e two prime primemovers primemovtrl primemovers with great eat Quantities of vegetables ve etaW418 and andflowers aa4flowers sadflowers
movers In the work are now intent on onhaving onbav onhaving flowers for the products of each childs chUd
having bav their Interested Intae teel juvenile agri IIOlel to him
agrictilturutts acrleulturtats agriculturists
culturists take up the movement movementmore movementmore movementmore
more generally through the Ih cultivation cultivationof
of their back yards yardsDespite yarclaDeaplte yardsDespite
Despite the continued heavy be Yy rain rainthis rains ralrwthis rainsthis
this summer 8Um r good crops have resulted resultedfrom reMIttedfrom resultedfrom
from the children efforts < < on5 Mr Rein Reinburg Reinbu Reinburg
burg bu tells and Id this auceees MlCC can be beduplicated bedupUeatM beduplicated
duplicated he think It back yard are areutilised anuttl areutiltaed
utilised uttl d for the same me purpose HIrpo e On Onschool Ofthool Onschool
school hool gardening in general Mr Rein Reinburg Relnbure Reinburg
burg ha has thi this to say sayIt JIIlyuIt sayIt
uIt It 1 III the ambition of every citizen ett of ofthe orthe ofthe
the thesanitary District to free the city ot all un unanltary unsanitary
sanitary conditions and to rear his children chil cblldren children ¬
dren strong healthy and induetriou induetriouA IndutrtuA
A great means of attaining this end has hascently baan hasbeen
been n put 1ft our way b by one of the re recently recently
cently popular moves in the city clt name namely ftameIy namely ¬
ly school gardening It is the aim of ofMl of18Im
Ml 18Im 10 Susan B SIpe the director of this thismovement thl thlmovtment thismovement
movement in Washington n to free the thecity thecity
city backyards of dirt and trash supplylag supply supplying Ull1b Ull1bIng
ing in their stead vines flowers and the thecommon theeommon thecommon
common and easily elUllI cultivated vege vegetable vea veatablea vegetables ¬
table and to arouse the children at the thegame theMme theeame
game time to such a degree that clean cleaning clean cleaning cleanIng ¬
ing the backyard will m no longer be betuk a ataak atask
task but a source MOurc of pleasure and ad play playProgress pia piaPrDgrMs playProgress
Progress Made in Four Years YearsFor YearsFor YearsFor
For four years thi this movement ha habeen baa baabeen hasbeen
been going on in the city In 1MB 1 a asmall amaJl asmall
small maJl piece of land In the Agricultural Agriculturalgrounds Agrtculturalground Agriculturalgrounds
grounds was given Iven to the Normal School Schoolfor SeboottOr Schoolfor
for the purpose of gardening experi experiments eXlWlrlmts experiments ¬
ments ments and to have MY the teachers of the theDistrict tbenttrlot theDistrfot
District somewhat familiar with 1th the therudiments tMrudiments therudiments
rudiments of gardening when the opportunity op opportunity opportunity ¬
portunity might be extended to the thechildren lhechildren thechildren
children However after a brief experi experiment experiment experiment ¬
ment the faculty at the Normal School Schoolin SchoolIn SchoolIn
in charge of this work ark decided that thatthis tkatthlli thatthis
this was impracticable and that the theground theIfround theground
ground had better be turned over to the thechildren thecblldren thechildren
children letting the pupils of the Nor Normal Normal Normal ¬
mal School use their home ground for forgardening forprdenlng forgardening
gardening purposes purposesThis purpoHSThls purposesThis
This wa was done and the value of gar gardening gardening gardening ¬
dening a aa a form of manual training for forboys torboys forboys
boys was demonstrated Heretofore Heretoforemanual Heretoforemanual Heretoforemanual
manual training in the lower grades was
I confined to the girls alone now while whilethe whIJeI whilethe
the girls were sent to sewing 1Qg or cutting cuttingand cuttmgand cuttingaM
I and fitting fttun school the boys were allowed al allowed alI ¬
lowed to garden On such a seal scale gardening gar gardening prdent ¬
I dent dening was carried on very successfully fcucctsMfullyfor lI ully ullyI
for three th year yearIn yeahIn O OIn
In fact it wa WU so successful ucc ful that Miss MissSIpe MlpSipe MissSipe
SIpe wa wu anxious that there be more moreroom more moreroom moreroom
room for possibilities OII8IbllIUn and opportunities opportunitiesfor
for more children ehll ren so through t her ef effort etfort eftort ¬
I fort Congress granted vaDt two and a II halfacres half halfacres baitlaeru
laeru acres of parking tone one and a half under undercultivation UQderI undercultivation
cultivation tultlvatt a the remainder JtmalNt in tree t in intb InI Inthe
I the tb Agricultural ground to be devoted devotedto d4W ted tedi
i to school gardens Of course thi this tract tractwa tractI tractwas
I wa was not sufficient to permit many manyschools manyIltChools manyschools
IltChools schools a vast opportunity but with withcareful withcaretul withcareful
careful planning and good management managementit
it afforded aJr the pupil Uplls of the fourth and andfifth andl1tth andMth
l1tth fifth grades of the Jefferson school the thepupils thepupils thepupils
pupils of the second and fifth grades I dfJI of ofthe otI ofthe
I the Franklin and the boy boys of the fourth fourthand fourthand fourthand
and sixth grade of the Bradley each a agood aI agood
I good size garden gardenWonderful gardenWon arden ardenWo
Wonderful Wo Won ddul Results Obtained ObtainedBeginning ObtainooBestnnln ObtainedBeginning
Beginning the last week in April and andlasting andlatm andlasting
lasting latm until the close of tcntol cn ol each eachof eachot eachof
of the abovementioned t llfOhoo b > bool boos spent spentone SlpM SlpMone spentone
one afternoon a week w k gardening Thl Thlit This ThisIt ThisIt
it is true was w not much m eh time practic practically JtlActtoaib practieatly ¬
ally eight ght week of two hour a week weekmaking weekmaking
making in all only sixteen hours the theentire thentlr theentire
entire ntlr year yet ye the teacher was U en enthusiastic enthusiastic ¬
thusiastic the children ehlldr a were ere soon 8O < ft en enthusiafltic enthuela8t1c enthuslastic
thusiafltic and consequently n quently the result resultwere J8IIul1llwfte resultswere
were wonderful wonderfulOn W wonderfulOn ftdertul ftdertulOn
On each expedition the regular 1r teach teacher teacher teacher ¬
er of the class accompanied her pupils pupilsin
in order or er to correlate the garden work workwith workwith ork
with other school work Ork The day da after aftera
i a garden leon problems appeared on onthe onthe
the school board boardAll boardAll boardAll
All summer this work ha hu been carried car carried ¬
ried on by oy Miss Sipe who ha hu a as her herassistant hfrhl herasuistants
assistant hl t4ntll Miss MI8 Schreiber Miss Lee and andMis andMJ1IS andMies
Mis MJ1IS Green members of the graduatingclass > graduating traduatingclass aduatlng aduatlngclass
class of 15t 106 Normal School No L 1 The Thechildren Thechildren Thechildren
children neve IH e been n coming C mlng two morn
limolt the thcoliceltt olkotfoi 1
Detective Edward Trumbo of the Cen Central Central Central ¬
tral Office returned Thursday after a avacation avaeaUon avacation
vacation of more than two weeks weeksDetective weeksDetective weeksDetective
Detective L L C Trumbe of the t e Cen Central Centnll Central ¬
tral Office O lee left Washington the early earlypart earlyPArt earlypart
part of last week for a two weeks weekstrip weekstrip S Strtp
Detective II IL R Warren of the Cen Central Central Central ¬
tral Office is taking twelve days of his hisannual hi hiannual hisannual
annual leave leaveSam leavekm leaveSam
Sam Burrows in charge of the front frontoffice trontoflee frontoffice
office at Police Headquarters returned returnedto
to hi his duties Monday after ftor a short trip tripto tripto tripto
to Ocean View Virginia Beach and andNorfolk andNorfolk
Norfolk Mr Burrows says there were wereplenty wereplenty wereplenty
plenty of fish to be caught but that thathe thathe thathe
he didnt go after them themE themE
E L Phillips In charge of the rogues roguesgallery roguesganery roguesgallery
gallery at Police Poll Headquarters left leftMonday leftMonday leftMonday
Monday for a weeks vacation vacationCap vacationCapt vacationCapt
Capt G H Williams of the First Firstprecinct lIMltprecinct Firstprecinct
precinct returned yesterday from a trip tripto tripto tripto
to the country countryPrivate count1 count1Private countryPrivate
Private W V H Ada Adams s of the First Firstprecinct PlrspNCIftet Firstprecinct
precinct was on ft two day dayx leave last lastweek lastwk lastweek
week weekPrivate wkPrllt weekPrivate
Private Private H P Cottrall of the First Firstprecinct Firstprecinct irst irstprecinct
precinct returned Saturday Saturd r from a ashort aabort ashort
short vacation vacationPrivate vacationPrivate aoatlonPrivate
Private H Gilbert of the First pre precinct preeloot precinct ¬
cinct who ha MS been on leave 188v since Au August Auguet August ¬
gust M will not return to his duties until un until unUI ¬
til the first of next month monthPrivates m monthPrivates nth nthPrivates
Privates C C Gurnsley and Char CharMullen Charlullen Charles CharlesMullen
Mullen ullen of the First precinct were both bothon bothon bothon
on leave last week weekPrivate weekPrivitM weekPrivttem
Private PrivitM M I Brown G S Cat Catta and andP aadP andP
P D Holmes of the First precinct precinctwere precinctwarn precinctww
were ww on sick leave last week weekCapL weekCapt weekCapt
Capt Daniel Sullivan of the Second Secondprecinct Seoondproot Secondprecinct
precinct returned Friday after an ab absence altof abaene ¬
sence aene of several days aay The captain has hasbeen baaMe hasbeen
been Me on leave because 1tecau becape of sickness ok in inhi Inhla inhis
hi his family farattySergt tDIltrSer familySergt
Sergt Ser < < t J JA A By nOQe < se of the Second S d prednct pre precinct precinct ¬
cinct haft Tuesday for a weeks we8k vaea vaeation vaeaUon vaoatfon
tion UonPrivate tfonPrivate 1 1PrivnU
Private H W V Robey Robe of th the Saoond Saoondprecinct Stcondprecinct 8sooniprecinct
precinct writes that he is having a II fine finetime Il1let apetime
time t in the mountains He says that thathe t thathe at atbe
he has been b n having all kind kln kinds of luck luckcatching luckcatching luckcatching
catching fish and the otber men of the theprecinct theprecinct theprecinct
precinct look for him to return with a a
large string He will not be back until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the last of the month monthOther monthOther monthOther
Other policemen polieem n of the Second precinct precincton pr ln t ton
on leave last t week were Privates J JP JPI F FAmos FAmos
I Amos O E Duvall Jerome Jenkins JenkinsJ JenkinJ
J M McGrath and C E Smith SmithPrivate SmithPrivates SmithPrivates
Privates V A Osterman Q terman and R A APence APence APence
Pence were absent ab ent on sick lek leave leaveAt leaveA leaveAt
At A t the Fourth precinct the following followingprivates followingprlvatetl followingprivates
privates were ere on leave during the past pastweek pastweek pastweek
week D W 11 r Byer J F Davis L L C CDavi CDavis
Davis R 0 Melton elton Richard Stewart Stewartand Stewartand Stewartand
and F A Walters WaltersSergeant WaltersSergeant ValtersI
I Sergeant A Montgomery of the Fifth Fifthprecinct Firthpreelnet Fifthprecinct
precinct Is I s away on leave leaveQuite leaveQuite leaveQuite
Quite a number of the men of o the theFifth theFtrU theFifth
Fifth were ill last week Among Amon them themwere themwere themwere
were Privates Harry F BurHngame BurHngameAllen BurHnJmeAllen BurlingameAllen
Allen B Clark Adolph Bcklbff Arthur ArthurW ArthurW ArthurN
W Embrey and Lewis B Bay BayAmong IkyAmong BayAmong
Among the men on leave at the Fifth Fifthprecinct Fifthpreclnet Fifthprecinct
precinct preclnet were Privates Thaddius Davis DavisClaude DavisClaude DavisClaude
Claude G Dulin Thomas S Delany DelanyJacob DelanyJacob DelanyJacob
Jacob P French Daniel J Garvey Au AugustuA Auguatus Auguatus
guatus W Kramer John W Yo Kenney KenneyRichard Kenne KenneRichard KenneyRichard
Richard R Price and James M MWasaon MVassan MWaesen
Wasaon WasaonAt WaesenAt VassanA
At A t the Sixth precinct preclnet the following followingmen followingmen
men wr were on their d t3Ir vacations last week wsekPrivates weekPrtva weekPrivate I
Privates Prtva J E Armstrong S E Cernwellltlchael Cern Cornwell Cernwell
wellltlchael well Michael Jjong h ong W R Reynolds ReynoldsSylvester ReynoldsSylveltt8r ReynoldsSylvester
Sylvester Murphy Privates J H IL Boswell Bos Boswell Boswell
well J F Garner and J F Sprinkle Sprinklewere SprInklewere Sprinklewere
were absent during the week because of ofllln ofI1In ofillness
llln illness illnessLeave
Leave L ve of absence a 8 was granted the following fol following following ¬
lowing men at the Seventh precinct precinctstation precinctltatlon precinctstation
station Privates A V Brown L R RKeech RXeech RKeech
Keech BL X J Lawless Lawle J B Llpseomb LlpseombJ
J T Robey E 1 A Woods and J L LMcLucas LXeLueas LMcLucas
McLucas McLucasLieut XeLueasLieut McLucasLieut
Lieut R I Doyle of the Eighth pre precinct precinct precinet ¬
cinct last week granted grant leave of ab absence abnee absene ¬
sence sene nee to the following men Privates PrivatesM
M A Beans G W V Dixon H P Gar Garratt Garratt Garratt
ratt George 080 e Kelly H R Levi G GSelt W WSeltsr WSellers
Sellers Selt and JHlO O Sountag Privates Ehlers BhlorsJ EhlersalHJ
alHJ si J West Mt were wer absent on account aac u tt of ofSergeant ofshkn ofsic
shkn sic era eraSergeant
Sergeant eant J E Hartman of the Ninth Ninthprecinct Ninthprecinct Ninthprecinct
precinct was wa on leave last weak Sergeant Ser Sergeant SerIt ¬
geant Walter altr Bmeraon was a8 also 150 away awayOthers aWR aWROthenl awayOthers
It Others on leave 1 ve from the Eighth pro proi prednct proelnct
dnct were ere Privates J F Bradley H HJ Hli
i J K Galpin Albert A1 rt Mantz William Riley RlleyW Rile RileV RileyW
W V E Smith and Rulus Vanderschauf
childspiot chUdptot childsplot
plot belong solely htmTha blmThe himThe
The Department qt Agriculture ha hafostered bas basfostered Nul Nultoctred
fostered thi this movement movement very Y ry much muchIt mucbIt muchIt
It has supplied all the land fertil fertilizers iertUIs fertiiIzers ¬
izers Is the seeds and ha has erected a avery II IIvery avery
very convenient toolhouse toolho on the gardening gar gardening gardening ¬
dening site alt The schools hav haul furnished furnishedtheir furJ furnishedtheir tM4 tM4thtlr
their own tool too tools and the teaching tead K force forceis ore orevol
1 is volwnter volwnterInetraetitnt vol volunterInstructions un tel telIntnsction
Instructions Giv Give Given Every Day DayThe DayThe DayThe
The garden are scholastic In a great greatmeasure greatmeasure reat reatmeaaure
measure Every day some sort of a ale aJea alesson
le Jea lesson on n is given < < Veft the children a aon lesson lessonon lessonon
on each crop as it matures matur The chil cliiidren children ehllen ¬
dren en do not seem to realise that it Jtreally Is Isreally Isreally
really a summer school in I a II measure measureor
or else the studio Rudl are presented tM so soentraneingly soentranetngiy o oentnnetnKly
entraneingly that they do not mind for forseem forIt fort
It t seem a as It it is the greatest fleate t source sourcef 80ureeor sourceof
or f pleasure in the world wo cI for them to tocome tocome tocoins
come to the garden gardenThe prdeMThe gardensThe
The gardening ground ro arena are areo eeweiated eeweiatedwith rtedwith related relatedwith
with the playground plaYAlOU ffhe boys boJwerected have haveerected haveerected
erected amusement for themselves and andIhe andtho andthe
the girls Every day d at at10 10 oclock orC ck the thechildren tMchU4Iren thechildren
children have fifteen minute nuel reeese reeesePhis rec recrbls
tint U time is occupied irtth tether bail 1is11volley bailvoltey balloney
volley bail croquet qlfotts lII and such suchgames JJtlChgJimM suchgames
games gamesThl gJimMTblll gamesThis
Thl Tblll whole movement seem remark rentarkKbte remarkable
able hie the advantage advanta are so evident the thedisadvantage thedlddvantaxM thedisadvantages
disadvantage If there are any an so ob obscure ob8Oure ¬
scure The children are out In the open openilr openiLlr
ilr they tho are having plenty plftlt of physical physicalaxereiae JbYliliealwcerel physicalexercise
exercise wcerel e all the while in a II healthful oe ocu oeeupaUon
u pat ion they are net ne use es4Y tv v Idlingtheir idling idlingheir 1dlfqU
heir U elr vacation away on the street they theyare theyare j jire
are ire learning much tbrougn good who whosome wnoe wnoeome whoe80m
some 80m play How greatly it influence afluenceethe influencehe nftuu twJ
the he home This must not Ue overlookeds overlooked
18 s probably the moot mo t vital of all Thetrash The Therash Thetrash
trash piles in the back yxrls u11 are being beingtauled bdn bdnhauled beinghauled
hauled away y to give n place to the in inpirhig 1ftptrlng
and soulsatisfying morning morningrlories morn mornglortee moretsgglories
glories nasturtiums poppies and ad such suchIher auchlher
simple gifts Ct of o nature and the thehiidren theehUdren
are learning learn InS lessons S of patiencelove patience patienceiove pa1Ieacelove
love iove for the common and beautiful beautifulhing beau beautifulthings ful fulthlnl
hing things all around us and appreciation appreciationf
ot f all living IIvt things
Private O C Hansehlld was away a on onsick onsick onsick
sick leave leaveSergeants IMveSer leaveSergeants
Sergeants Ser ts C A Carieson and S J
Harry of the Tenth precinct were on onleave onleave onleave
leave during the last at week Leave wa waJ was wasalso a aa1ao
also gnlnte4 to the foUo following ng Privates PrtvatsJ
J S Bos Bo Boewell well F O Clifford L D DDonaldson DDonaJdao DDonaldson
Donaldson N W Jones Jon Edward Stahl StahlW StahlV StahlW
W V J Wagner aper and Driver W H Allen AllenLieut AllenIJeut
i iLieut
Lieut J R Sutton of the Harbor pre precinct prfclnct preclnct ¬
clnct was as confined to home from illness illnesslast illnesslast
last week Privates Prlvat s Monroe onroe and Lewis Lewiswere LewIswere Lewiswere I
were away on leave leavePOISON leavePOISON I IPOISON
TRENTON Aug 25 5Conatable Constable Harry HarryM HarryM
M I Potts well known here h re is suffering
from tom a severe sev re case ca e of blood poisoning poisoningcaused poisoningCAused poisoningcaused I
caused by wearing a rubber collar The Thesymptom Thfcollar Thecollar >
collar cau caused ed an Injury to the skin kln and andsymptoma andsymptoms
symptom of poisoning developed His Hiscondition Hiscondition Hiscondition
condition is serious serious1t
1t 1tr
The TheHousekeeping TheHousekeeping TheHousekeeping
Housekeeping HousekeepingAllowance HousekeepingAllowance HousekeepingAllowance
Allowance AllowanceWill
Will go a great deal further If It Is Isleek Isdeposited isdeposited
deposited In bank and bil paid by bycheck bycheck
check leek Theres many man a anow d drfne e which whichnow whichnow
now goes for no one knows what whatthat vliatthat Jlat Jlatthat
that will remain in bank In the theaggregate ilieaggregate theaggregate
aggregate the saving vlftC wilt 111 be worth worthwhile worthwnUe worthwhile
while and the result wRl be 8U suprlstng sur surprising 8Uprlslng ¬
prising prisingIf
If you call well en gladly explain explainour expl explainour ln lnour
our methods and show how hO convenient con convenient conenlent ¬
venient the whole hole proceeding proe edlng will willbe willbe 111 111be
be to you youHome youHome youHome
Home Savings Bank Bank7th Bank7th an an7th
7th and H Sts N
436 7th St S W WDeposits WDeposits WDeposits
Deposits more than a Million Millionand Millionand Millionand
and a Half
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Notes Ntitcs of General Interest InterestJohn InterestJoltn InterestJohn
John Mitchell president of the United UnitedMine UnitedMthe UnitedMae
Mine Workers of America ha has an announced announeed 11 11nounced ¬
nounced hi his purpose to join President PresidentGomper PretdentGompers PresidentGompers
Gompers of the th American Federation Federationof
of Labor in hi hJa canvas canv of Congress Congressman eon eonman C ongseSa ongseSaman
man Littleflelds district in Maine In Inwhich inbleh Inwhich
which bleh the union labor interest seekthe seek seekthe eek eekthe
the defeat of the Congressman Coftar man Mitchell Mitchellwill Jttebenwill Mitchellwill
will be a big bI drawing drawln card cardThe cardThe cardThe
The executive committee of the Ot Order Orderof Orderof + det detof
of Railway Conductors representing representingthe repreIMititlthe
the Southern railroads east of the th MJe MJesIMIltPI MISl U Ustoeippi
stoeippi l sippl met in Portsmouth Port uUl l the theweek pent pentweek Iet Ietweek
week to formulate a II scale ale of w wall wallto wages > ga awl awlto andto
to draw up a new agreement with the theroad tberoadll theroads
road roads It Is understood the Male will wtatan be bean bean
an advance adys dVIIDce sce over the present computa computation COIII COIIItIon compeu + ra ralion ¬
tion of the conductorsJohn conductorsJoint conductors conductorsJohn
John Mitchell of Ute United Mine MineWorker Kt MineWorkers e eWor1t
Worker Wor1t of America ha baa officially o ty ex exrore exror cxrecessed
ror recessed rore sed hi h his purpose purpo to aid In the else elecState eleetton elselion
lion of labor men to the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaState PeaUFlYnIaatat
State atat Legislature He Hepeal hiss made all ap appeal appeal
peal to his h organtaatlon to that end endand endand d dand
and ha ball asked all persons MnI01UI friendly to tolabor tolabor tolabor
labor to support such candidatesThe candidates candidatesThe caadklat caadklatThe
The custom of Pennsylvania coal mln miieve mlnera mlnPU
era to attend the funerals of all min miner miners mfnere ¬
er ers killed in disasters atera cost them laatj laatjyear last lutyear lastyear
year in loss or o wages wac nearly UOWOW UOWOWThere S1UooThere 1tld10060There
There were 1100 men killed in the Penn Pennsylvania PennItlvama Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania mine last year Mr It i Ia proposed proposedby propo proposedby d dbr
by the miners mlne union to abolish the thepractice thepractice j jpractice
practice and when theee sad occasions 0QCMt01UlarlJe occasionsarhe j jarfoe
arfoe to send a small delegation to the thefunerals thetuneraJa thefunerals
funerals while the men eft work applyingM applying
10 per cent of the day days wage w to the re relief relie relict ¬
lief lie of the destitute families lamln of the men menkilled menkUMd menkilled
killed killedOfficials kUMdOmeta1a killedOlflclals
Officials of the Alabama mines JIlIn union unionannounce unionannounce ton tonannounce
announce that the strike of the coal coalminer coalminers
miner 111 of the Wylan and Pratt mine minedistrict minedWrlct minedistrict
district which ha hu been b on for over two twoyears twortI twoyears
years rtI will r be called off tomorrow The Theminers Theminers lbemAn
miners mAn have lost in wage during dufln < < that thattime thatUme thattime
time over SlMMXM SlMMXMThe l00roe l00roeThe 10d00The
The United Railway aUwa and 4 Electric KlectrteCompany ElectricCOIftpaay ElectricCompany
Company of Baltimore BaI lDOre ha h has shown IIbowntn H Hinterest its itsInterest
interest tn in the welfare of it Its employee employeby employeeby plO plOby
by fitting ftttl up a club room where it itarmy Its ttaarM Itsarmy
army arM of men can Sad ret and apd recrea recreation recreation recreation ¬
tion when off duty dutyThe dut dutThe dutyThe
The strike uuce of the bonding DtdI iII trade tradeunion t tunlona tradesunions
union in Pttteburg Pittsbur which has lac lacon been beentically beenon
on for two w weeks and lid which 1Iaa PIaC PIaCtleally practically
tically tied up all building btd interests Int in inthat Inthat inthat
that city grow IOWII in roroa TIle Tb brick bricklayer brlekera bricklayers ¬
layer era union which ben b a held aloof from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the sympathetic strike trik ha lies Joined hand handwlUi haft handswith a awtth
with brother unionists and now the union un union 11ftSon ¬
ion battle line i III solid 1tOItdmat against the con contractor c0ntractor contractors ¬
tractor tractorI tractorsInterest I IInterest
Interest I tereet in the Independent Labor Laborparty lAborparty Tiborparty
party campaign In New York grows rows It Iti ItIa ItIs
Ia i announced that the party plt will make makea
a close clo e fight A t In Incounty JIMmY ot the city and andcounty andcounty
county district districtThe diatrletTIM districtsThe
The State Stat Federation of Labor of New NewJersey Hew1ftl1ieY NewJersey
Jersey in annual session I ft at Trenton Trentonha Trentonh Trentonhas
h has ha indorsed lD IorM4 the American Federation Federationof
of Labor plan for a new poUt1 polt political al l party partyThere partyT
1 1There
There T will h be a general meeting me < < JaK of ofclaeffworkerft otIdJHtWorkersrom
IdJHtWorkersrom from all over the United Unitedtate UnitedIkau UnitedStates
States tate In OtaveMbd Ohre1tf 4 m In September e teMber teMberwhich at attoich atWhich
which toich they will endeavor ver to get together togetheror t togaberfor ll8t1Mir ll8t1Mirtor
for or concerted action on the subject of ofAn ofAn
An advance adva ce will be considered consideredi eouIdered11M
i ares will not be started probably probablyfor MObablyCore
for Core October 1 1P 1P 1J
P J McArdU president of the Amal Amalfated A AlpUftated AmalgemMed
gemMed fated Association of Iron Sceeland SceelandWorkers ac Steel and andTin a4 a4Tilt
Tilt Workers is now on a Western We tent trip tripn tripIn tripin
In n the Interest of the t onpuiixatlon onpuiixatlonEvery isation isationEvery tlon tlonEvery
Every share of stock in the Caledonia Caledoniaroal CaJ4 CaledoniaCoal CJoftia CJoftiaCoal
Coal roal Mining Company of Saginaw Sagtnawtca SapnawK1eh
tca 1 III owned by the men who Bis IIIK it ittl Its ItseoaJ itscoal
coal > tl There are 11 Stil 09 stockholder with a aId apaJd apaid
paid Id up capital tal of J S5 iUiO M 1 The company
a new one in a prosperous peroua condition conditionnd ooncItdoaan4
nd has reduced the oriee of coal to con conum eonsumer contimers
timers um rs 31 1 a ton tonThe tonThe tonThe
The strike trouble on the tunnel work
of the Pennsylvania railroad taallrOid In New KewYork NewYork hcewYork
York continue wttfc little pre pp pet o orly OII 0ra
II ra fArlY rly settlement t1e It te probable a aJ aen agen
gen en J 1 strike on the Una t tumult win fellow ienowIn fellowin
in which all the union tntfpnu IIJ4U win WIDIt partrtie1 participate participateIt atq atqIt
It is proposed to erect a public library libraryin
in Augusta Ga and d to accept a II gift giftfrom Siftfrom giftfrom
from Andrew Carnegie rrn upon the ueual ueualcondition ueualeoadt usualconditions
condition eoadt Organized labor hi Georgia Georgiaha Oeorpabaa Georgiabaa
ha baa regttamdita register tencr it ita opnonltkm oppaeltiolti tI to accept aceepttbe acceptlist accepting ¬
list the gift t of the steel HI king idingThere Jdiwn kingThere
There n i is a street car strike atrnt on m tit Ma Maeon Maeon Macon
eon Ga the conductor and 8114ctemanclin niotormeii tgOtormeudaaamdhtg niotormeiidemanding
demanding s increased wage wageTruafcHne Ft + 4lei 4leiTrunlt
TruafcHne Trunlt Hass centering canterf in Pittsburg pt am ambunting a abUfttlaJr arebusting
bunting all kind kipda of trainmen to operate operatetheir operatetbelr operatetheir
their freight t flabt train nbuL There nter i w a rush of offrcUrht offreht offreiabt
frcUrht going woln East t and Wet and ml mllions mil million mill10na ¬
lions lion of ton tCM14 originating there tNt mU mussbe mu mube mUbe
be moved mov The road lUb have the motive motivepower MOtivpower motivepower
power and rolling stock ock but not half halfenough baltoun haltenough
enough oun men The ate limit will beraised be beraised htsrateed
raised from tr qa thtrtynve year to posibtyfortyAve possibly possiblyfortyfive PCNI8iblfortyfte
fortyfive to enable e the road to secure aecwea ew ewa
a corn corps of engineer conductor brake brakemen brakemen brakemen
men dagme najrsaeh i and other otherActing otberaAdl othersActing
Acting Adl preparations PfIPS tJolUI are being n made br brthe b bthe bythe
the Ptttcbnrg Ptt g district t lodge of the U In International Interna Internattoggi ¬
ternational terna Association of Macttidsts Machinists Kaelt to toenforce toenforce toenforce
enforce fee demand cMpaa 4 for an dghthbur dghthburworkdajr elPtbburworkday fightb sur surworkday
workday workdajrThe workdayTIM I IThe
The executive board of the Maasa Maasachusetts M Mehucett Xchuetta
ehucett State St te branch of the American AmericanFederation AmericanFederation JIIeJteD JIIeJteDFederation
Federation of Labor bas ha decided to erect erecta erectJft
a monument Jft ftument over the grave of the vet veteran veteraa veteran ¬
eran labor lab r leader George eocop E MeXeW MeXeWThe McNeillne McNelnThe
The Youngstown Onto Labor Day Daycommittee Dayoonamlttte Daycommittee
committee ha bu extended Invitation to toSamuel tu8amu1 toSamuel
Samuel Gomper president of the Amer American A AIeaa Amerlean ¬
lean Federation of Labor Thomas W WLawBon WLawson t tLa1nOft
Lawson of Fretuded Finance fame fameof t tof fameof
of Boston Senator TUlnan of South SouthCarolina SouthCarolina Southcarolina
Carolina and Senator Bailey BaU of Texas Texasto Texqto Texasto
to attend and make lite aM addresns aadre ss at the thecelebration t1MceJebraUoft thecelebration
celebration ceJebraUoftThere celebrationThere celebrationCisco
There Is a labor famine In San Francisco Fran FranC
C Cisco ICO To relieve the situation which whichi whichis
i is seriously handicapping handJeap tn < < the rebuilding rebuildingof
of the city ell an appeal baa been ant eat eatRepresentatives MILpreeentati outRepresentatives
Representatives preeentati of railroad operating operatinginduce operatinft operatingon
on ft the coast are In Plttbu Pittsburg trying to totDduee toInduce
induce skilled 11 and unskilled klud labor tb go gothere 10tbere gohere
there thereThere hereThere f fThen
There are now fully 76 T 7553 car oars in the theSan theBaB theSan
San FraneUco terminal t baala loaded lo ecI mainly mainlywith mabsl mabslwith mainlywith
with construction material materialsent materialLabor materialLabor
Labor union In gin a Francisco rap raplent repro reprosent
sent a Membership benrhtp of otUGOO 15000 Since May
1 they hav ha have 4r added a decI more than MM 100 new newRepresentative DeWmben newmembers
members mbenBelwM4llttaUve membersRepresentative
Representative Longworth expressed pxprbsedsurprise expressedsurprise IX > > tIed tIedsurp
surp surprise that organized or ntaed labor 1 opposed opposedto
to his reelection He said in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York a few day cia days ago a that be did not notknow notknow notknow
know why he had been Mackltmed MackltmedWe kJIat8d kJIat8dHe
He will be renomtnated la October and andsays andys andrays
says ys he will be bareelected bareelectedPittsburg reelected reelectedPittsburg I + eMcted eMctedPlttabulJ
Pittsburg union labor is lining UnlJt up for fora forftcbt fora
a fight in Ute coming Congressional and andlegislative andIIattve andlegislative
legislative elections In the Keystone KeystoneState Xe8tOlMState KeystoneState
State They will pendbly have a can candidate candidate ¬
didate against DalselL Dated Burke Barch Barchfleld Barebeld BarchAeld
fleld eld the present Republican members membersof membersof ben benot
of ComrregsTrom eo ntroaa PiUaburg PiUaburgIt
2s 2sIt
It 1 iii tntttn interesting to note the interesttaken interest interesttaken IntfrutlaIr
taken laIr all over the country by organis organised orpniaeel organtaed ¬
ed labor m ID Pw Preetdtnt Gomper arraignment arraign arraignm 1UIaJpmeat
m meat at of Chairman Shoot employment employmentof pIoyment pIoymentot
of Chinese Cbt labor on the Panama canal canalwork eamalwork canalwork
work In some IIO Ie quarter quart such ucb Impor Importance ImportaAee importance ¬
tance has been given the matter by the theleaders tbeIeadeItI theleaders
leaders that they say y the question may maybe maybe maybe
be a II vital Issue M ue In the national cam campaign campaign ¬
paign in 1MB 1MBSacramento u uSaelMlleJSto iSacramento
Sacramento Cat is now a dosed shop shoptown aboptOWIL shoptown
town An agreement a t has been entered enteredinto entftedInto enteredinto
into b br the building baUdin trade tra e8 council and andthe andth6 andthe
the builder build aMOclatl association n and the eon eontractor contracto eontractors
tractor association a whereby there will willbe wftlbe willbe
be complete recognition UOII of all the thebuilding the1MItldlq thebuilding
building trades tradesIn tradeIn traderIn
In the Monongaheia and lad Allegheny Alleghenyvalley Alleghenyvalleys
valley adjacent to Pittsburg Pltubur the Govemment Gov Government Government ¬
ernment is constructing con tructlnlt a number num r of ofcostly otcostly ofcostly
costly dam dams for alack water navigation navl tlon
of those streams U Recently ReeenU the Amer American Amerlean AmerIcan ¬
ican Federation of Labor instituted i llUtutt4 an aninvestigation anInn aninveetlgaation
investigation Inn tlptJon to determine det4 if the light etgftthour el lighthour t thour
hour law is being observed obMrv8 by the con contractors contractors on ontractora ¬
tractors doing the work Olx They T discov discovered dtaoovereel disoovered ¬
ered that in many inatanmiithe instance Alae the law lawwa laww lawwas
wa w was being beln Ignored 1 ore4 The fact tacta have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been forwarded to the Department epariaaent of ofCommerce oteomllHtne ofCommerce
Commerce and Labor LaborP
P J McAnUc president of the Amal Amalgamated AIDaIpmated Amalgamated ¬
gamated Association tI a Of iron I Steel and andTiirwnrkera andlI andTfnwwnkers
Tiirwnrkera lI Ike will deliver IYer the Labor Da Day DayaoVJrcsa Dayad4r Y Yaddress
address ad4r at t the celebration at Zanesville SanesvilieOhio ZanesvilleOhio
Ohio OhioArthur 01110Arthur OhioArthur
Arthur K Ireland special organizer organizerof orpntRlot
of the International Int8lDat Association tJon of Ma Machinists lIaeIdaI Machinista ¬
chinists eIdaI who has been stationed aUoMd in inPittsburg InPit inPlttaburg
Pittsburg Pit tor several weeks In connec connection coanecUon connection ¬
tion with the eighthour campaign cam is isIn I IIn isin
In Washington to attend a conference conferenceto COIIIento
to be held with r regard nt to sending adl addi additional addltlODaJ additional ¬
tional organiser Into the PUUburg PUUburgfield PllttaburgScM ttaburg ttaburgleY
field during the next three threeGoId months monthsOoiden monthsGolden
Golden GoId A Company the Washtngtomeat Washington Wuhtn Washingtonmeat on onmeat
meat dealers deal in a communication tOIIUISUftteat to the theTrades theTrades theTrades
Trades Unionists the official organ of ofCentral ofCentral ofCentral +
Central Labor Union and of the Wash Washington WashIneton Washington ¬
ington branch American Federation P tlon of ofLabor ofLabor ofLabor
Labor notify that publication that un unit m mIt inloss
loss it publishes pubUsh an apology 1LIi 1V57 for the thearticles theart1clea thearticles
articles published In Its columns rnDa recently recent recently nt ntIy ¬
ly criticising the sanitary condition of oftheir otthftr oftheir
their plant that they will institute legalproceedings legal legalrroceediiucB le 1 1In
proceedings in the court courts for damages damagesThe damagesThe fS fSTIle
The matter wa was brought to the at aUtn aUtnot attenof ten tenor ¬
or Ue Central C tral Labor Union which sent senta 1141 t ta
a notification JiOtMea tio i4cadon on to Golden d Company Companythat ComPflnytbat Companythat
that that body was responsible for the thepublication th thpubilcaUon thepublication
publication and not the Trade Unionist UnionistCentral trntonlctCeIrtrat UnionistCentral
Central Labor Union V OG will ask master masterthat masterbuilders t r rbuRden
buRden real estate agents and others othrlthat othersthat
that may have contract to let aft attepteIDIwT after afterSeptember r rSeptember
September 1 1 to specify in their contract contractthat coontr contractsthat It Itthat <
that none but union men be allowed to towork towork towork
work on the bunding bundingColombia buDdlnpCotumtlta bgidtagiColumbia
Colombia Union No tt International leteroationalTypographical IJtenaatlcnal IJtenaatlcnalTypopbteaJ
Typographical Typo raphieal Union ha has appointed appointedMeccrs appointedXeun appointedMessrs
Meccrs Wnler of The Peat Knapp + of ofne fas t tne
ne Time TI Times and Watson of The Star Stara Starthe Staras
a as the newspaper n scale = ale committee committeeTitos eoamdUeeTttua committeeTitus
Titus F Ellis excursion agent of Luna LunaPark LunaPark
Park has invited Columbia Union No NoInterftaUoDal No10i
301 International Typographical lypopa Union Unionto Unionto Unionto
to be the guest of l the park on Beptnnbcr BeptnnbcrThe r rTbIntenaional
The TbIntenaional International Typographical 1eaI Union Unionconvention Unione Unionconvention
convention e tloR at Colorado Springs selected selectedHot HI selectedHot el elHot
Hot Springs as the next place of meeting meet meetIng lreetma
Ing reduced the strike assessment for foreight torllht foreight
eight hours and closed shop indlcatnt indlcatntthat Indlcatnathat indicatngthat
that they are ar winning the fight Indors Indorsed Indorsthe indorsed ¬
ed the plan for a political politi campaign eampap of ofthe otthe ofthe
the American Federation of Labor LaborThomas LaborrtKImu laborThomas
Thomas F Dondn Do president pre ldeat of Colum Columbia Columbia ColumMa ¬
bia Lodge No 174 of the International InternationalAssociation InternationalAlIIIOCtation InternationalAssociation
Association of Machinist achlntsta I 18 improving improvingat
at t Providence Hospital E L Tucker Tuckeranother Tukrother Tuckersoother
another other well known machinist of th thlocal the tholoeal thelocal
local navy yard ha has accepted a p position positionin poaltlonSavarmah
in Savannah for change of climate to tobenefit tobenefit tobenefit
benefit his IaI health healthCaptain heAlth heAlthCaptain healthCaptain
I =
Captain Lentx commandant of the theWashington thaWaabJaaton theWashington
Washington nary na yard and D4 family are areaway areaway areaway
away for a month ma th enjoying the sea seabreeses Haof seabreezes
breezes of the Atlantic coast In the themeantime theJlMenUine themeantime
meantime Commander Boatty Beatt is m Ia com command C coatmand < tIU tIUmud ¬
mand mandMember mudJl mandMembers
Member Jl mMlS of the Uart art preservative preservativeconnected preservativeconnected t1ve t1veCOIUWCtAtd
connected with the Government Print Printtog PrlntIn Printhag
tog In < < Office are highly elated over th thfavorable thu thufavorable thufavorable
favorable report made ma e by A H Howe Howeclerk HoweJerk Howeclerk
clerk Jerk of ot 0 the Senate Committee on Print PrintIng PrIntIne Printtag
tag appointed to Investigate the unduodelay undua unduadelay undUttde1
delay de1 of the Government Printing Prbatln < < Of Office Otftce Offlee ¬
flee in sending final prints of bills bin to tuConfess toCoaqeu toCongress
Confess during durln the closing dCNlln < < hour of t the theJa thelast he helast
last Ja session wn The nIe conclusion reached reachedwas r reachedwas nbrtJ nbrtJwu
was that the time in ha handling dUDc the bllla blllawas btl1Jw blliawarn
was w not smraetooble unreasonable ble bat rather post posttlively postlively i ittHly
lively a expeditious expeditiousIn tpoSdousin
In local labor circle the decision of ofActing ofCt1n ofActing
Acting Ct1n Attorney General 0 Charles H HRobto HRobb HRobb
Robb In deciding that Mexican laborerscould laborers laborerscould Iaborertlcould
could not ot be Imported hate to the a United UnitedState UDitedBtatea UnitedStates
State for work on the Texas railroad railroadun n lroad lroadun
un the ground round that It was a violation violationof vlolat I n not nof
of the contract labor law meets wit witgeneral iL iLJreneral a ageneral
general approval here henThe hereThe he hebe
The be current issue of The Federation Federationit
it the oflicial of lccal organ of the AmericanFederation American AmericanTedtratlon AmertcanPecktatlon h
Federation of Labor is one of the thepopular th thI thepopular
I popular monthlies > s issued for September SeptemberThe 8eptembfrThe SeptemberThe
The publication Is always edited with withan wittyan
an 11 ability abillt and fairne fairness that is not J1 t usu usually usually usually ¬
ally found in such publications and in inalways ifalways isalways
always popular with union men but the thupopularity thepopwarfty th thpopularity
popularity for the issue l ue Just out is gen genaral gene geneoral
aral 1 and special attention Is being paid paidto plidto paidto
to it by politicians of 0 both parties pan for fort forUJ torta
t UJ editorials and general fOneral text contains containsmuch eontainfmuch containsmuch >
much to interest aspirants for Congres Congressional CongrfoRIonal Congressional ¬
sional honors The edition no doubt doubtwill doubtwUl doubtwill
will soon be exhausted It points the theway theay theway
way ay that labor is fighting to the front fronton fronton fronton
on the political battlefield
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a House ouse a Herrmann a aCOR ICORE 1
We are closing out at special prices many patterns of Furni FurniIII Furnilure to toture
III ture cf c that we have only one or a few on hand in order to maKe makeroom maneroom H Hroom
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631 31 Bed Couch reduced to 2850 2ft 850 O 1458 White Enameled Iron nod reduced t te tel1 1125 112 i iI
24 I Katchotond Couch reduced to tolS toIS50 1850 O 2000 White Enameled Iron Bod reduced to IOIa 1800
a 20 O Oak Sideboard reduced to to1600 1800 jjj jjjc c 22 of 2 Oak Dresser reduced t to to16Si 1885 1I8iO
50 O Oak Sideboard reduced to + 8600 e 36 Oak Dresser reduced to 2750 iiO
06 Oak Sideboard reduced to toHOO 7400 18
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I reduced to toI tori3 2575
ri3 v 32 Oak Buffet reduced to 2575 29 L7 a
48 Oak Buffet reduced to to3700 8700 i
21 Oak China Closet reduced reducedto
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to 025 to t by 2850 50
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to J 1210 12 0 I r rUG
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40 0 Oak Chiffonier Chl onfcrreduced reduced to 8100
55 Oak Bedroom Suite
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All Refrigerators and Ico Chests Chestsare Chestsare ChestsM
are specially reduced Tfciu Tld itag large oak chiffonier chiffonierand ChiffonieriIanf
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and French r rencfc bevel plate late mir siirror reduced to 5075 5075Battings 40
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Battings Carpets and Rugs In Jnendless fl i All sizes of Gocarts Gocartsfoldlng folding and andreclining andendless andendless
endless variety of patterns COT COTerlng J 12 I f 9 f 5 reclining recllnIugat at extremely low lowprices I01YerJng
a erlng a wide range of price JL fcf J J prices prIcesI pricesWMMU

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