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Five Chiefs of Oil Trust TrustMay TrustMayoon
May Mayoon Soon oon Be BeCalled BeCalled
Called CalledBockefellar CalledXEW
Bockefellar R ketncr ami aRdJd d W I Ave ve grent Standard StandardOil S Stndavdoil Adard 1
Oil chief chle protoftWy wiH w be summoned as asin n8witn
witn wttflS in fl the hearing hrtn being con conit conducted canducted
ducted In Nfw ew York In 1i the GovI1rnment GovI1rnment2uil
2uil it to dti 1tNOlv > solve tha thaipany th Standard 011 Com ComIpany
ipany of C New Jersey filed In tho United UnitedtStRtfJ I ItStat
tStat tStRtfJ court at St Loute UMlWMora L4U I IMora
Mora subpoenas certainly will be be8ufd is issu I Iputd
su 8ufd d It was a 11 said td today at the offlcu offlcuof ottlcuof
of Frank B Kellogg Kellt eflOg = C ounsel for the theGovernment theGovernJOOnt theGvernrnflt
Government The reply to the ques question question cuestion ¬
tion ar 8 to to who would be summoned was wasThose wasTtC4e
Those who thus far have not been beencalled boencalled buencalled
called are John D Rockefeller William WilliamRockefeller Williampockefelier Jlllam JlllamRockefeller
Rockefeller John D Archbold HearT HeuryH HearyH HearTMROg3
H MROg3 Rogers Henry 2L M Flagler and Oliver OliverII OUv Oliverfl r rIi
II Payne PayneHope PayneHope
Hope to Show Disobedience of Decree DecreeThe DecroeThe
The Government inquiry will continue continueMonday contiuueonday conUitue1onday
Monday onday into the conduct of of tlw u con concerns concerns concerns ¬
cerns affairs during the period of lkld lkldda i idstlon
dstlon da tlor which whi h extended through eight eightfarB
5 tars after the order of Uw th supreme supremecourt supremecourt
court of Ohio in M92 declaring the trust trustagreement trustJgrefmcn
agreement refmOn void old The Federal agents be believe be be1iee
lieve they will show beyond question questionthat questionthat
that during those eight years tho trust trustwas trustW88 trustwee
was In operation just AS before beforeTl beforeTle
Tl Tle e first week w 8k of the hearing has been beenfar beenfar
far more oar productive product1 than t an had d been beenhoped n n1pE
hoped < for fO by Mr r Kellogg He has hasiforcvd haaI hasorced
I iforcvd orced th the Standard officials to admit admitfor admitfor
for the first Urn w absolute lute ownership own ershlp < of ofsubsidiary otIsubsidtao ofsubsidiary
subsidiary companies comJMhI the Eystematlc Eystematlcl tsumath1rceling
l 1rceling rceling out of the business the th mo monopoly InOlopoI ¬
nopoly lopoI of the export oil trade the theimetlKKls the11ntOda
imetlKKls of making surface changes to tosatisfy to88ls1
satisfy 88ls1 court rulings when the he real re 1 sys systcm 81tfI
tcm was unchanged the annual profits profitsof
of subsidiary sub idlary companies the main mainfeatures mainea
features ea tuntr inthe in the history of the business businessfcince buatneMJrtce
fcince Jrtce its beginning beginningStandard nntn nntnStandard
Standard Oils Clii CliiThey CliThey C1iThe7
They nave hve proved p Ovfod nothing notbt yet et that thatvve thilwe thatL
L we vve did di not give them s id John G GMilburn GMilburn Gr
r Milburn of Standard ardard Oil counsel counselThis oounoIThIs
This statement wa 18 offset by the th Fed Federal FedNlil ¬
eral authorities Aulhorlt a explanation that each eachElngle eachngl
Elngle ngl bit of information given by the thecompany tMcompany
company was produced in answer to a asubpoena aEubpoeua
subpoena bpoes calling for it specially If it itla1
la1 1 a1 not been produced the Government Governmentc nt ntcIuld
c cIuld fluid i1d have sent its agents to X Broad Broadvay Broaday Broadwty
vay ay and obtained it itIn
In 11 spite of the Standard attorneys an annoncen anl1 anV2teEeatthL
l1 noncen V2teEeatthL el1J ent t that It was their policy to totU totull tCvU
tU rlrjythlng ft 4 PthIng hlnc freely the witnesses witnessesThus 1tneNesnus
Thus nus Ius far h htJte isre fe bs b n hostile tUe and have haveavoided haeidd
avoided idd sveqf eVf t request ttq t quest t for Information InformationWitaasses InformationitJ1
Witaasses itJ1 itiiasse MG With Bad Memories MemoriesCommodore MemoriesConmodor
Commodore K K C Benedict the first firstwitness flratwitnrSll1i rsi
witness witnrSll1i wSb Y sold out the Manhattan ManhattanOil Ianbattanll I
Oil ll Company CQiIiP CoMn conki not even remember remembert
t > whom he sold It ItTreasurer UTreaaurer
Treasurer Wesley H Tttford who has haslf basn ba baben S
ben lf > n in the business for nearly forty fortyfars fortyJr forUhad
fars Jr had very ery little Idea what hat was wasrting wa wang wasfjng
fjng rting ng on around him him tim according cordln to his hisanswers hiat
answers t B6r2 and wa was afflicted am cted with 1th a poor poormemory pc i imernol
memory At times however he talked talkedright talkedrlgJstout I
right rlgJstout out when corn cornAred wad and It was wasfrom wastrom wai S
from him that Kellogg got most of his hisInformation his1nformatlon ih t
Information InformationKelioggs 1nformatlonKelloggs
Kelloggs object is to have the subei subeidary subBIdary
dary companies all separated paTted and oper operatted operatled
atted as separate concerns so that any anyone anyone an r
one may go o into the oil business To Toeiiow Tofihow T
eiiow tOw the th value of competition as a well wellas 1ell3S wel welas i
as the trusts methods he has prepared prepareda prepare t
a map ma et the United States showing oil oilprices 011prlcesIJI oi I
prices prlcesIJI In various States In December December19W embcr
19W 1 as a typlc typic1 11 l tie tVmeIn t l1e l1eIn
In Colorado where there Is no com competition comJfUtio ¬
petition Die Standard charged 1 11 2 cents centswhile cent centwhl1t
while > in Ohio the price was S5 cents cents1n
Jn ir Pennsylvania PenlJs IYnIa S7 S cents ntJI and In Con Conrectlcut Conrectlcut Conrectictit
rectlcut S9 S Other States show prices pricesvarying plCearylng I
varying between the rates in Colorado Coloradoand Coloradoand CoIoradand
and Ohio according to the amount of ofcompetition orcompetition o f
competition competitionThe competitionThe competl Lion LionThe
The rates were estimated e tlmated with freight freightcharges frelrhtcharges t
charges subtracted so as to give a fair faircomparison faircomparJson rat ratcomparison r tr
comparison comparisonASSE1BLE5 comparJsonRELIGION comparison8EUGIOM
BOSTON Set Se t 2LIn readiness for forthe forth fo r rthe
the th international JnternatJonal congress for liberal liberalreligions 1r 1 I Ireligions
religions which hlch opens here tomorrow tomorrowseveral tomorrowfieeral tomorrouseveral r
several hundred delegates from all parts partsof partaof part a aof
of the glob globe ara gathered in Boston I
Representatives Rpre ntatlve80r of liberal churches are ar arere e
tere dere ere from points as far away as India L
Among the distinguished foreigners U I
Wic lC Hon Frederick Mason Iason who ho is lead 1ea ¬
ing a campaign for the disestablishment dltc tabll8hment t
of Fate Church hurch in Great Britain BritainrmMYs
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NEW YORK Sept 21 nVcrk Work nan been beensuspended beenfu
suspended fu iupl pended ended on the New Theater Th ter the tbelayl1ou theayhouse
playhouse pl layl1ou ayhouse founded by a coterie of New NewYork New1ork Newrk
York 1o rk millionaires and an located bC8t In Cen Central Cenlrftl CenRi ¬
tral ti Ri Park West between Sixtysecond Sixtysecondand Sl ysocond ysocondand
and an anne d Sixty Sixtythird third stre streets streetsGround trtllGround ts tsGround
Ground was broken for the Imposing Imposingnew hnposlnsnew hnposlngw
new ne w edifice last December and the foun foundBtlons rounQtlOn8 foutit1ona
dBtlons d t1ona were ere well under way when on onAugust
August A ugust 1 II the plans of Architects ArchW ots Car Carr
rere r re rebu r8 A Hastings wore filed with the thebuilding j
building bu ilding department departmentBut
But within 1thtn the last ten days the workj workjcf work workc
cf construction which whle has h oecn o n pushed pushedith
cfw cfm with w ith a view of compleung tho great greatmarble I
marble m arble and granite rfcnlte theater by October
1 1MB baa practically stoppoC stoppoCIt
It has h s been hinted that tn tnu stringency stringencythe
of of2n C the money mene market had caused ec1 the themillionaires themIlUollJles I
millionaires 2n who have contriouted contJ1 > uted the thetOUO thefund
ftOOOtOQ tOUO too fund to move more autlously auUouslytMft
than th an Uiey the nrst intended But this Is Isdenied Isdled
denied de nied by Otto H Kahn ore of the thefounders thofounde18
founders fo foac unders of the New Theatoi lhea ol and an anactive
active ac tive member of the building commit cmmttt
toe t te e
At i the offices of Carrere Hastings Hastingsyesterday Hastingsyesterday
yesterday ye yea sterday it was said that neither n lther of tho thoarchttecUl therchitects
architects a was as in inORDERS inORDERS
Continued from r m First Page Pageway rageway
way w ay befitting the ordinary standards standardsgoverning standardsJovernlns
governing go wgo verning hospitals in an enlightened enlightenedage enlightenedage
age ag e
Some Blame Congress CongressSomo CongressSome
Some officiate omcl8ls of the District yovorn ovorn ovornment
ment m eat today are laying la ing all tho blame for forthe torthe
the th e hopeloasly Inadequate condlUons on onCongrea Ottongress
Congress C ongress although Mr Macfarlard does doesnot doesnot doesot
not n ot make the same statement They Theysay Theysa
say sa y Congress has been asked repeatedly repeatedlytor
for f or money moo to cure tho evils at the nos 10Splll os ostal
pltal pi tal but j so far the legislators have havefailed haeailed haveiled
failed fa iled to provide In any adoquate way wayfor wa wafor wayor
for f or the hospital hospitalAn hoa hospitalAn ta1 ta1An
An Interesting feature In connection connectionwith oonntICUonwith
with w ith the lour four our patients > atJents who were sent sentfrom sentrom nt ntCrom
from f rom the Washington Asylum Hospital Hospitalto Hospitalto
to t o St St Elizabeths Eltza th and who were Infest Infested Infeste1 infestd ¬
ed e d with vermin according to the t e rec record record1 teerds ¬
ord ord1 o rds of St St Elizabeths Is the showing ahowlngof
of o f the 1 he records of the Washington Asy Asylurc Asylun Anyuta
lurc l uta Hospital Ho pltal that each e of these pa patltts pet padts
tltts tt dts t la before being sent to St St Eliza Elizabeths ElIzabfot Elizaetas ¬
beths bfot b etas II was examined eXL ned for vermin and andaccording antiaconltng antcordlng
according s to the records nose no e vas vasfound 1af
found f sf und
Now Examine Patients PatientsSince PatientsSince
Since the first Investigation Inve tJtJon of the theWashington theashlftcton theashington
Washington W Asylum Hospital Ho pltal special specialattention IJpeciiattenUon specialttentIon
attention a h baa teen paid to preventing preventingvermin preventingvermin preventingermin
vermin v on th < persons of patients ac according accordlrg acording ¬
cording c to the th statements of the doctors doctorsthere doctorsthere doctorshere
there t and the rule that t 4t each patient patientshould pttenttould
should > j ouId be examined before being allowed allowedto
to t o go out of the hospital ho plthl has been put putinto putInto
into I nto effect since ince the first ftr rst > t investigation investigationWhen InUatlonWhen
When th th e doctors were asked a ked today todayhow todayhol
how h ow it was Wit possible for the records of ofth ottl ofthe
th tl two institutions to differ dt er so mate materially mtertally ¬
tally i in regard Id to the Ending of vermin vennlfln verminon rmln rmlnon
on o n the patients per person na tney replied repliedthey replladUI
they UI y were we sure urtS their records were cor correct correct ¬
rect r ec when tne patients left their insti institution InstitutIon ¬
tution tutionThai tutIonThat t
That the 01 conditions conditio at the Washington WashingtonAsylum WashingtonAsylum
Asylum Hospital are inadequate Inad uate and andespecially andUy
especially e Uy so for the reception and ob observation ob obUon obervatlon ¬
servation s Uon of insane or alleged insane insanepersons Innenona
persons nona is freely treel admitted at the hoe hospital hOllII ¬
pital II p IaI and even advanced advanc as excuse for forany for1I
any 1I 1 shortcomings that may be found foundthere foundtbent
there thereSo tbentSo thereSo
So far as a the nurses are concerned concernedthe concernedthe concernedhe
the t he situation is lamentable The phy physicians physicians ¬
sicians cliUm that th they y simply cannot cannotsecure eannotHcUre
secure nurses for 01 the th salaries IIlar e authorized authorizedfor authorlzedfor
for f or them by Congress Con r which ar arv J6 and andmonth ands L
98 I s a month Kntttled to twentyfour tYo tour at atthe atthe
I the wages mentioned Uoned they the have only onlytwelve onlynlelve onlywelve
twelve t They claim they have adver adverUsed
t Used t in other cities and have sent out outcirculars outI oulirculate
circulars circ c Ia but that they cannot get getthe getthe
I the t he complement com l nt of young women neces necessary necessary ¬
sary n ary for looking Jookln after the patients patientsWhn patientswa Ients IentsI
I Whn W n it was wa suggested aulSe ted tooay that this thisshortage thisI I
I shortage s In the force of nuxes nU and an at atI atendanta ¬
I tendants t might be responsibly for the theconditions theI th thurdtt1ona
conditions c complained of It was denied deniedon denildon denItdon
I on the ground that vermin was the thethine tliethin th
thin t bin especially warred on in the hoe hospital h HI HIpita ¬
pital snce the recent investigation investigationCommissioner InvestlptlonCt investiaUonCommissioner
Commissioner Ct mm8atoner Macfarland said id he did didnot didnol dt I Itut
not i understand uncters Llld why the Government GovernmentHospital GovernmentHtIpltal Governmentospital
Hospital h ospital for the Insane had not notified notifiedthe notlftedtht noUflecthe
the Board ofnchaxHles of the patients patientsbeiitfc patJent3bebtK paUenUbeiitg
beiitfc received there with vermin on onthem onthe111 Or Orhem
them t as the th institution had been asked askedto ukedto askedto i
to Utke such ucll action so that the coed conditions condltl ¬
tions tl t Jia complained of could be obviated at atonce atonef a aonce
once onceReferring
Referring ReCrrln to the statement that the thenews thene tb tbmews
news ne 8 of the first investigation of the theAsylum theAsylum thi thiAsylum
Asylum Hospital H t1 had been n unnecessarily unnecessarilysuppressed un unneceseariI unneceseariIsuppressed eNMLrny eNMLrny8upprN8ed
suppressed and all knowledge knowled e of it kept
from the public Commissioner Macfar Macfarland Macfarland lactarJRnd ¬
land said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The new ne charge chs e having ha nS been publicly publiclymade publiclymad pubilclmade
made mad the report of the new investigation investigationwill investigattowill
will of course be published The report reportof reportof t tof
of the former investigation was not pub ¬
lished because there had been no public publiccharges publicchArtes publi publicharges
charges and beo bet1Ie > M8e It exonerated the theashln th
Washington ashln ton Asylum people and there ¬
fore no action was s taken by the Com Commissioners Commlulone18 Cornmissioners ¬
missioners None N one of the Commissioners Commissionerssuggested CommlsSlloners8ugSt8ted S Ssuggested
suggested that any action should sh uld be b
taken or that the report should be bepublished bepubltshed h hpublished
published publishedPersonally publtshedPpnooaJly publishedPersonally
Personally I accepted without wlth4 ut quo quotlon qut questiort
tlon the results of the detailed invosti invostigatlrn Invo Invostigatkn U Ug
gatlrn g tttrn made ma bv Dr Neill and Dr Kober
in three months hard rd work ae I would wouldaccept wouldAccert ii iiaccept
accept any report that they tbe made after aftersuch aterRueh afte r rsuch
such an inquiry I have teamed noth ¬
ing since to shake Bhak my belief in the th cor corticl corr
ticl r lneb8 iets of their conclusions On the thecontrary tb C Ccontrary
J contrary from time to tim time I have had hadtendent ha d
Information sholnP shoerin that the superb
tendent of the Was ilngton ngton Asylum Mr lr
Zinkhan who is the th responsible re pondblc person
Is maintaining conditions In the hospItaJ
as elsewhere as satisfactory as those those thos
rei reportttd reportttdOnI reiortedOnly > ort d dOnly
Only yesterday John Joy TO Edson
president Myer Cohen member and an
George S Wilson secretary of the Ut
Board of Charities in the morning and an d
without of course any an knowledge that the Lt
there would be any publication on the th Lu
subject In the evening evenrs made one of ofw oflr c if
their lr unexPected official visits Ylal to the Ui
w Washington Asylum A lum and found the thehospital Ut
hospital as I am am informed in excellent it
condition But of course the charges charcesclpline s
must be Investigated and Ir an any dis dlt
cipline Is needed need d It will be promptly
applied appliedI ap lIed lIedI
I ought to add that the Government it
Hospital for tho Insane although askea auk i
by tho Board of Charities at te t e time tirt to
of the th last Investigation Inve tlSaUon to notify It i ipromptly
promptly of any now cae of a patient patlontarriving patientarrIving patter patterarriving
arriving in bad condition has sent no nonotice rio rionoUce r o onotice
notice of any such occurrence occurrenceBuilding occurrenceBuilding occurrenceBuilding
Building New Wing WingSo VlingSQ
So 54 unsatisfactory UNHiUi ctory are the condftiona condftionasurrounding condUonsrroundIAS conditlor is ispurrounding
surrounding the insane and alleged in insane In8ne Ii It Itsane ¬
sane patients at the asylum hospital hospitalthat hospitalthat hospit al althat 1
that even now Superintodent Zinkhan Is Ishaving Ishaving ishaving J
having a wing of the old almshouse almshousofixed almshouseAxed 90 90fixed 3
fixed up ad a ward for them th m but he said saidthis saidtbl sa Id Idthis I
this tbl morning that it woulr bo a long lot tg
time before rore the ward wou be ready rent iy r
for occupancy owing to deli s sIn SIn sIn
In addition to the discrepancy between betweenthe betweenthe betwei in inthe i
the records of the Washington Washfn ton Asylum AsylumHospital AslumHd Asylu Ta TaHdspItal i
Hospital Hd pltal and St Elizabeths concerning concerningvermin concernlnsermln concern rig rigvermin 5
vermin on the patients there Is still an another another a a aother i ¬
other otherCommissioner otherCommlNfoner otherCommissioner
Commissioner Macfarland the Board BoardoC BooIdor Boat id idot 1
oC Charities and Dr Hickling visit vlsi 1 ¬
ing physician of the Washington Asy A As y ¬
lum Hofpitfcl say the authorities at St Sl t
Elisabeth were ere asked a kod to notify notlf the ti
Board of Charities If any cases of vtr vt r
a nin nun in were wer found foundActing foundActing foundActIng
Acting Superintendent of tf the Govcrn 5
men Hospital for t r Ute IrRane Dr Stack Sta Stac it k u
said tiijg tl af afltm1tlon termon he knw kn w of no such su elt It
request t ever havIng been made mad If It t
had been mude m de ne tvud he would MOD MODaely ptobJ ptobJatly pie b1 b1biy i
aely biy have known of it Jt
t Broadening B of Immigration ImmigrationBureau ImmigrationBureau
Bureau Proves Pr ves Great GreatSuccess GreatS
Success SuccessThe S ccess ccessThe
The polios oi oi the division of informs Information InrormaUon ¬
t tion Uo n of th the Bureau Bureauot of Immigration Immigrationwhich Immigrationwhich
v which w hich has recently been boen broadened so soas IOas
a as to Include in Its scope of work the Uioplacing UI0IllaclnJ
placing pl acing of American werkmen In sltua sltuatlons sltuUonlS
t tlons ti ons as well as to direct incoming incomingnllens IncominsalIans IncomIngleits
M nllens al leits whore wh rQ to find employment empl jment to the thobest th thbest thest
t best be st advantago is meeting with great greatsuccess sr at atSUCC
s success successThe SUCC su ccess ccessThe lts ltsThe
The officials of tho division said this thismorning thismornln
t morning mornln m ornIng that since it bad been made madeknown mad madknon
j known kn own that the division would lend as asdistance aslII
distance lII lance to resident workmen in secur securing securit cur curinJ ¬
I ing m it employment and to employers of la labor 111bor
t bor he r in meeting m t1n their demands for help helpthe
t the th e division has received many man letters letterson letterson
w on tho subject subjectThe ubJQctThe I
The letters already received from pee people poopie ¬
pie pi pita e seeking employment take in a wide widerange Ide Iderango
range ta ngo of professions and the skilled and andunskilled andunsIdIJod
unskilled u trades One college student studentwhose studentwhose
whose w hose letter was received this morning morningis
is wllllns to work ork on buildings in the thefields thofields
fields fi elds or in the mines He will be he heforred he hetorred
forred fo rred to the proper pro r people In one of the theWestern theVestern
Western W estern States as an applicant for work workIn workIn
In tho mines minesIt minesIt
It I t Is stated to be the policy of the di dlvision division
vision vi vian sion to keep free from labor disputes disputesand dleputosand
t and an d In cases where strikes 8t = lkes or lockouts lockoutsare lockoutstre
are a re known to exist to take tho part of ofneither orneither
j neither ne ither side sideThe sideThe
The division will only endeavor to tosupply tftSupply
supply s the strictly legitimate labor laborwants laborwants
wants w ants ind nd It Is believed that in this thisfield thistleld thisld
t field fIe fIeg ld great eat possibilities exist fur doing doinggood dolnsgood
j good goodPresident goodLABOR g ood
President Samuel Gompors and Seers Secretary SecnaU1 Seersacy ¬
l tary acy Frank FraMc Morrison of the American AmericanFederation AmorlcanFederatIon
Federation of Labor with President PresidentRichard PrQMdentRk
Richard Rk R ar l Kitcnelt of the Lithographic LithographicArUsts LithographicAi1IJu
ArUsts 1 mts Engravers and Designers DesignersLeague DeeignersLMgUt
League LMgUt of America held a conference conferencewith contoreneewlth conferencewlth
wlth Secretary Straus of the Depart Department Doparlment Departmont ¬
ment of Commerce and labor this thismorning tblsmornlnS
morning morningThe mornlnSTho
The labor loaders ders registered a protest protestwith protestwith protestith
with w ith Secretary Straus Lraue against the opin opinion opinIon optson ¬
ion i on that wa wai W recently r UT rendered by the theAttorney theAttorM
Attorney A ttornei eGneral eelln in regard to the opera operation op operaion a atIon ¬
tion l ion of the antialien contract labor pro provision provlon proision ¬
vision v ision of the immigration law lawThe JawTte lawThe
The issue crows Cro s out of the action of ofthe orthe ofhe
the t he American Lithographic Company in inImporting InImporting
Importing I two lithographic stipplcrs to totake totake taake
take t the place of strikers They Jbe were weredetaimil wer wertalnul wereetaintsl
detaimil d talnul at the port of 2 New ew York and andordered n
I ordered o deported 1 by the decision declalonor of the theboard theboftrd
board b oard of 0 special Inquiry as workm workmen workmenmported orkmdtImported n nimported
imported i under contract The company companyappealed comp companyppealed DT DTapPMled
appealed a the case to the Secretary of ofCommerce 0 0Commerce ofomnierce
Commerce C and an Labor lA oc who wno no referred the thematter themattcr thematter
matter to the Department of Justice Justiceand Justiceand Justicend
and a nd an opinion was K3 rendered by the Al Attorney Altorney ALtorriey ¬
torney General under the provisions of ofwhich otwhich o f fwhich
which Commissioner CommiNJon Robert Watehorn Watehornat a tc horn hornat
at a t the port of New York York ordered their tlieiradmission tlt theirdmission 1r 1radmllan
admission admissionThe admllanT a dmissionThe
The T e Attorney Attorne
General held that
If men menwere 1Mftere it itwere
were ere on strike in a trade in the United Unitedttes
SUtes Stott S ttes
employers could contract with 1tb
foreign workmen and brinK them to thlfc thlfcf01 th thcountlj thi 6 6ountry
f01 countlj c 1 on the Ewnd Ound that thA labor labo of
like l ike kind could not be obtained here here
The 1h labor leaders are njrhting fljrhtin htfngAg1iJn agttlnst agttlnstclaim t
th the principle oC the decJAiont decision which wiIc the
claim practically nullifies nulJlfi the the intent of o r
the law lawIt IA IAIt lawIt
It was stated at the close or the con ¬
ference tern f ersne f this morning by officials of the
department departm d nt tlat th caw < ill was as discussed
pro and nd con but that no decision w wa as s
reached reachedPEKIX reachedCHINESE
PEKIX Sept 21 21Plans Plans are well J ll un under under under ¬
der for the th
way establishment of a acouncil acoancU a acouncil
council of deliberation which was yes yesterday yesterulay tr trtr ¬
terday tr ay provided for in an Imperial edict edictappointing edictappointing edic t tappointing
appointing Prince Pu l u Lun and SunChl SunChlAnal SunChlAnal SunClilAnal
Anal a commission e to confer with the thegrand th thgrknd e egrhnd
grand council In arranging arra glnS Its details detailsPrince detaJlsPrince I IPrince
Prince Pun Lun was Chinese envoy O to totho tothu t 0 0the
the St Louis L uls Exposition ExpositionThe E EiposItbonThe sltlon sltlonThe
The purpcse rur rurrtcse fe of r the proposed council roundof
of deliberation is to form the basis of ofa I IfA f fa
a panisnent patJ neltt which the Chinese gov govainrnerit SO SOet govezrnent
ainrnerit et I1Mlt vill ultimately organize it Is I
impossible hllpo sible at tills time to form such a
body bod but the organization of a council counc I
like the one wnich is now projected projectedwill projcctPtiwill t twill
will be a step toward fulfilling a promise promisemade promIsemde 0 0msde
made to China long ago agoNEW nsoNErHU agoNEW
Quite an Improvement on Old One OneI
I have been compelled to stop drlnk drlnkIns drlnkIns C CA
Ins Jt t I said to a friend who asked askedme askedme asks asksme A
me to strengthen up on a a cup of her hergood hergood h tr trgood
good coffee Well eU she said saJdthat that need neednot neednot net a anot
not bother you ou for I have 1ostum l05luJ1t Food FoodCoffee FoodCorree Foe FoeCoffee
Coffee here which completely complet ly cured a afriend atrlend afriend
friend of mine of sick headaches headachesI headach s sI
I tried trl her coffee and it vas very verygood verygood vex y ygood
good I ut t when I tried to make It at athome athome i ihome
home I was disappointed I sogn so n found foundthat toundtbat four fourthat
that I was s not making It correctly but butry bi bi1Y
1 1Y ry putting In two heaping hea > lng teaspoonfuln teaspoonfulnof 10 10of
of Postum Po tum for each i IJCr icron rron onaud and letting lettingIt lettln lettlnr t tr
It r boll twenty minutes it t was delicious deliciousI dellclo s sI 8I
I hl at that time been an Invalid Invalidfor Invalidfor inval Id Idfor
for several years cars but dM not know my mytrouble mytroublt it ittrouble
trouble was caused by coffee cotte drinking drinkingof drinkin drinkinof
of o whlcn I was very fond ton I Immediate Immediately 0 0ly ¬
ly began to feel better after leaving J avlns oft oftcoffee onCorree c tff tfftoffee
coffee and using uli S Posmm and stuck stuckIt to toIt
One day a I met a lady who was trou troubled trol trolbled
bled tho same as I was IUI and whose ap ap aprearanc a arearance
raarancc on the street really r ally shocked shockedmo shockt shocktme
mo for she was so emaciated She ex exclaimed exclaimed e eclaimed
claimed in surprise at my Improved ap ap appenrancc a apearance
poarance and wanted to know wh what whathad t I Ihad Ihad
had been doing She asked me if I had hadlaad hi hilied
had a healer of any anO kind khJ I said Yos Yc YcI
I have allowed Postum Food Coffee Coffeework to towork
work the almost complete miracle miraclecuring of otcurlns
curing me meMy moMy ruey
My y husband has been absent nb ent from tromhome fro froborne
home for some tlm Urns and an lutz been beenwretched in inwretched InTetched
wretched health having been In tho thohospital thohospital t e ehospital
hospital hospital twice for indigestion I wrote wrotehim wrotehim wra wrahim
him to stop using usln coffee and try tr Postum Postumtold Postumtold Postt Postttold
told him also just how 10W to make makeYesterday It ItYesterday It ItY
Yesterday Y sterday I received nceh d a letter from rom him hi
In which ho h says SQsI I am feeling ye yemqch elj eljmuch
much better thanks to you u and Postum I Imy
I sleep bleo better cat better and In fact fa
ray dear am quite an improvement on
the old husband Theres Thpres1 a Reason
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THE DESIRE OF DEWEY DEWEYContinued DEWEYContinued DEWEYContinuedfrom
Continued Continuedfrom from First FlrstPalte FlrstPaltemorc Page Pagemore Pageore
more m ore strong military powers which are arecommercial arecommercIa1 aremmercial
commercial co rivals of the United States StatesChain StatesChain StatesChain
Chain of Islands IslandsFrom IslandsFrom IslandsFrom
From the Island of Java on the south southto southto souththat
to that thatot of Sakhalin on the north there thereIB thereIs therea
Is a line of Islands many of considerable considerablearea considerablearea considerableea
area ar areas ea possessing good harbors capable of ofeasy o oSy ofy
easy eas easisl y fortification fortificationThe fortiftcaUorThe
The Japanese flag floats over all aUIslands allands
Islands isl ands down to Philippines andf and It f that thatnation thatnaUOn thattion
nation na naab tion cculd cc uld get the latter It would be beable benblc bele
able ab le to protect rotect entrances to the China Chinacoast Chln Chlncoast Chnast
coast co ast with strong stron fortifications and andnaval anu anunaval andval
naval na val attack by b another power or com competition comptlUon corntition ¬
petition pe tition with her commerce would ould be bean b ban bextremei
an extremely extremel difficult matter matterTrade mktterTrade matterTrade
Trade Routes RoutesIn RautesIn
In Ina I a word all these Islands command commandthe comman11the
the th e trade routes to the China coast and andthey
they th ey consequentely form the basis of ofthe otthe
the th e strategical plans of the great com commorclal
moreial m orcial nations nationsIt
If the growing trade of tills this country countyIs
Is not to be interforred with Ith Admiral AdmiralDewey
Dewey D ewey and men men associated with him Jilmare MmTe hime
are ir e of tho opinion that the United States Statesmust
must m ust continue In powessten po eessl JL of the thePhilippines tb tbphlIJpplnes
Philippines P The dispatch of sixteen 21lx een eenbattleshlps
battleships b to the Pacific ocean has hashad
had h ad the effect of demonstrating United UnitedStates
States S tates proposes to guard Its interests Intereststrong
Strong S trong pressuro has been brought to
bear b oar upon the President to cancel the theorder theorder
order o oW rder of the fleet This will not be done
While W hAle Admiral Dewey does not say so
there th ere Is no doubt In well informed cir circles
cles d en that acquisition of the American merlcan merlcanarchipelago merIcanrchipelago
archipelago a Is the underlying purpose purposeof
of o r Japanese strategy Those islands are areneeded areneeded areeeded
needed n nm by Japan not only for tir com commerclal eommerclal
merclal m ercial and military advantage It vll vllSlve
Slve g he her over the West West but because of
her h er appreciation that the time may
come c ome when wh n It will be be necessary for her
to t o protect herself against a aln3t the activity of ora
a modernized China
Controlling the Philippines China
would w ould have ha e trade routes In her own
hands h hs ands Her commerce could not be
hr hc stopped s b by a war ar with lth Japan and the
revenue r derived therefrom would not
cease c ease to flow fto Into her coffers Xatur
ally a lly China would prefer the Philip ¬
pines pln p pn Ines s should remain American property proportnot
not n pp pr ot only only because this would Insure the
prevention p of Japanese command of ah
routes r of access to her coast but would
enable e the th United States State t to uphold the
Hay H ay principle of the op open n door which
I Is I s now a cardinal feature of American
foreign f policy
Need Base Baseflght BaseFor BaseFor
For an American fleet to attempt to
flght fi ght in Aslastlc waters ters without a base t
in i n the Philippine would be
> Or vorse than thanwould thanfuld
would w fuld be the
predicament of
sy a a aerman
German G erman fleet flee seeking to operate opera upon
the Atlantic Coast of the United States
These Tbe e considerations on deraUo s are responsible f for forthe r rthe
the t he suggestion which bleb has been renewed
that t the sixteen
battleships shall halt
re remain re tomain ¬
main In the Pacific Ocean
If those thosevessels tboseeGls r rvessels
vessels should have adequate bases in Ix
the th t h
Philippines and Hawaii the United
States St t08 would be In a a splendid position positionnot polUonnot poSitiornot
not only to protect otect I lu own interests
but to safeguard tho Integrity of China Chinaand China Chinaand
and the preservation preservat1 of the open door
therein t the advantages of which to te
America are immediately apparent ap ent
It is I insisted the dispatch of o the fleet
nstead i of being a provocation provocation for wa7 war 8r
is i s in reality TJtt a guarantee of ofturb o COQtJn coqtlnue I
peace eace for no nation will dare fo die ls
turb American possessions of the far fa r
eastern Wands if there is a strong naval nava I
forte forE1n in the vicinity to protect them themThree themThree themThree
Three Battleships BattleshipsAt
At the present time the United States a
has veIl three bttleshl
battleships and some sent C
armored cruisers erulorl In a the groat ocean t
This force is
to t a
protect the Island lalaAdtJ
or to safeguard our on r
Asiatic truj tr44 with Its potential pewt
bitltles bitltlesThere WiltSeThere bUitiogThere
There is l a periodical devtoted to in ¬
terests of the he fleet Beet called lIt Tl Navy Na Nawhich
which printed an article on the he reasons reasonswhy a awhy
why by th the < s United States should shouI retain reta xi
the Far Eastern
archipelago that
ex expresses exr exlresses ¬
presses r s clearly the views vle of the leading ieadtn ieadtnstatesmen
statesmen and naval officers oflhrer in Wash ¬
ington ingtonThe m IngtonThe = ton tonThe
The article thus closes The thing thinSr thirst
for r us to keep most in mind with regard regar i
to the Philippines and the safety tiaCet of our on r
AtetIc AIa tic trede is not so much
any plan planof planot pint 1 1of
of another nation now evident evdtnt as the tb S
fact that the Philippines by their
po position po I IZltiofl ¬
sition in the th chain of islands command mmand ¬
beg In the th Asiatic coast coast must sometime
almost certainly nly be an n oW object of attack
ether by China Chin or Japan JapanAttack JapanAttack JapanAttack
Attack a Necessity NecessitySuch NecessitySucl1 NecessitySueIt
Such attack Is almost a necessity nectsU o to toInteres toInter6i t 0 0Interest
Interest s of both those tho e nations It would wouldnet wouldnet woW 1 1nct
net necessarily depem I on any desire desireon desireon 0 0on
on the part of cither to stake mck war on onthe onthe o n nthe
the United States It would depend dependupon depend1IKn d dupon
upon the fact that 1 hat the position of the thePhilippines thexhl1lpPnes th 0 0Philippines
Philippines makes their posession po ossesnion eslon a astrategic aI5lrateslc astrategic
strategic necessity to both those na nations naUcms tintions ¬
tions tionsWe
We have almost literally blundered blunderedInto blunderettInto blundersinto
Into possession of the key to the open opendoor o ope n ndoor ndoor
door Wo ought to be farsighted and andenergetic andcnersetl an anonergetia
energetic enough to provide effectively effectivel effectivelagainst
against having havlnK It stolen from us In Insurance Insurance It Iteurance ¬
surance pays
FIERCE PiE PIERCEOn On n Saturday September 21 1W7 at
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1 oclock MARY LOUISE PIERCE wife wifeof wi wiof t tor
of Georse G e F Pierce daughter of Mrm MrmLemuel Mr
Lemuel E a Miller of Brentwood M lId < J In
I ter twentyeighth year yearI yearFuneral
I Funeral private Monda Monday September 23 23at 3at 1 1at
at W oclock from O P Zouphersts under undertaking undetaking ¬
taking parlor 391 > 1 East Capitol at ae aeee212t assellIt
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DO 0 0 19W at 38 a a n m > LOUISE beloved wlfa wlfaof wi 1te 1teof fe feof
of Joseph JosephI 1 Babeock BabeockFuneral BbeockFuneral BabeockFuneral
Funeral from her late residence 6i2 6 Sixth Sixthstreet SIxthstreet Slit lb lbetmet
street northeast Monday ton4u September 23 23at 3 3at I 5 5at
at 2 p ra Relatives RelaU 1I and friends Invited to toattend toattend toattend
attend Interment at Glenwood GlenwoodXew Gtenoodew GlenwoodNew
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Smasher S s in Cell De Denounces Del1Dlinc Denounc ¬
nounces l1Dlinc s Policemen P licen1en for forHer forHer
Her Arrest ArrestOh
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Oh theyll th yn get whats hats coming to them themH themaU
aU H right said Mrs Carrie Nation at atthe atOle
the th e workhouse yesterday in reference referenceto
l to tho Washington policemen Mrs Na Natioh NaUoh Nab
tioh tio b was highly indignant at her receut receutarrest rcceratrre
e arrest ar rre rest t ano afl Imprisonment She s seemed semedto eme 1 1to
t to feel that her actions ha hd d In no way wayjustified wa ar
j justified ji stSIed her arrest and oh he vas was un unalterably unaerablydetermlnod
a alterably aerablydetermlnod determined never to pay that thatK thatfino
K fine Imposed by Judge Bundy re reccntly reecnUo
c ccntly ccntlyDJd ecnUoDSd ce ntly
DJd DSd I ever Intend paying psy1n ylng it said saidthe soJdthe
t the th e noted smasher In reply to a timidly timidlyput timidlyput
i put pu t query Why yea 05 I did When Whenthe Whenthe Whene
t the th e judge told me I was to be fined if ifI JtI ifdIdnt
I I didnt stop talking I thought that pos possibly posslbl
i sibly slbl si bly it would be better if I escaped escapedfrom escaDedfrom
from fr om the vile Police Court and continued continuedwith conUoueclwJth
with W ith the good work But a voice came cameto C8 C8to
l to mo and said Id Carrie y you u are being beingunjustly I IunjustJ
t unjustly unjustJ u punished Dont pay that 25 25andwell 5andwelJ 2
t andwell a I didnt didntAt didntAt
At this s juncture Mrs rrs Nation rushed rushedtoward rushedtoward
toward to ward the door of the cell Arriving Arrivingthere Arrivingthere
there th ere aha lIh called for the superintend superintendent
< ent e nt of the workhouse and upon hla hlaappearance biap httippearance
i appearance ap a rance insisted Ins t d on shaking ab klnS hands handsjust bandaJUft handsst
just ju 1 st to show l1 that she had no illfeolln illfeollntoward ilJtOllAg ilJtOllAgtoward
toward to ward him personally personallyAfter persont1llAfter personallyAfter
After the astonished superintendent superintendenthad sup r Btendent Btendent1Ji
1 had is a ambled away 1 Mrs Nation resumed resumedher resumedher resumeder
her h er seat seatWhat HatWhat
What am 17 said Mrs lrs Nation The Themeat Themcat
meat m eat the prey the football the base baseball baseI
I ball b all bat for a lot of swinish guzzling
I twolegg twoIeggblf t yi beer casks and demijohns dernijotussou
You Y ou know kno woo I mean eeenthe the policemen poUcem
Judge Buitdys Bultd s conscience con3 lence is hurting hurU g
hint h im already ared o He H came out here to se seme SlIM SlIMme seee
me me m e und le ie e tried to make me promise
that th at I would never n er a again rain make a die ¬
turbance turbanceBut t urbe nce
But I wouldnt promise concluded concluded4rs I I
Mrs Nation aggressively and I never neverwilt neverwUL
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Mrs Nation l a tion announces that she wilt
lead l ead the women of the workhouse m mprayer inJrayer
prayer p rayer ecA evening from 3 to S i iow
Now ow Ill td tell yu something boomed
Mrs M 1rs rs Nation as the reported pteked up
his h hh is hat humbly and started to make
hte h is exit this Is the first time I wm wan
ever s lot In a workhouse Andar AndudI d I must
say n ay that I am mighty comfortable comfortableVITAL comfortableI
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Charles A A and Lillian M 1 Lee Lee girl
Andrew B and Henretta Bvrgson boy
Benjamin F Fo and Irma Whitman girl
William A and Florence A i Breena
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trlot tri trimi et of Columbia ANd ed with the Cora CoramlesIonBrs Commhsloners Cornssioners
mlesIonBrs mi ssioners this morning mornll his anneal estl estlxnae time emtiae
xnae me m ae e for the fiscal fi eal year ending e June JuDe1tIOO M MttW IIo
l ttW o asking for an increase 1IIer of oC 41t 4W JO for forthe tlthe fore
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ent oa t appropriation JT67W 75 to mvs3labi for forsalaries rOtlarl forlaries
salaries sa larl laries while for next > year 11 lObS Is ianeeded Isngeded Iseded
needed neededFor ne eded eded9oe
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present pr esent available fund is 1 ttM for fornext f fneYt forxt
next ne xt year 47609 or an increase of JJ7DO JJ7DOis a iM 7ttGasked
is asked Tho several departments of ofthe orthe ofe
the th e Assessors A office present these e salary salarylists aJry1Its I
lists lIs ts Excise Board B S4800 4800 no increase increasepersonal increaersonal Ae Aep4rsonal
personal p rsonal tax board boardo SliStO 11300 no increase increasespecial 1ncreaaespecial
special sp eeisl assessment office Sl 1 flH next nextyear nextyear
year ye ar U ia360 an Increase of H09 Per diem diemclerk diemclerk
clerk cl erk hire 1SM9S 1 and one e eztra tra clerk clerk5WO j
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one on e additional clerk at SOOQ 900 temporary temporarrclerk temporlUclerk
clerk cl erk hire for the compiling of the tri triennial triennial tn ¬
ennial er mial real r rjtal al estate assessment during the theyear theyear theear
year y ear 1958 wQrk to be done after the theregular ther
yre regular r re gular 1ar business hours by b regular em employes employ ¬
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trial t rial of Joe Gaston alleged leader of ofthe ofthe
the t he Black Hand in Youngstoym who whonas whowa whoas
wa w nas as Just estaWtetoln establtsblDg himself at Hills Hillsvitle HIII HIIIvine
vine v bfle when arrested arrested was begun here hereupon hereupon here
upon u pon a charge of robbery entered fey feyJoseph y yJo
Joseph Jo J ph Test TestFred Tooth TeataFred I
Fred Serace S race on trial for Black Hand Handrobbery Handrobbfty Handobbery
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and nd he now faces a nfteenyear sentence fttence sea seaence ¬
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