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Holds Up August Issue of ofAmerican ofjri1erican ofAmerican
American Federationist Federationistfor
for Editorials EditorialsPreliminary EditorialsPreliminary EditorialsPreliminary
Preliminary steps are being taken for forthe forthe forthe
the Inauguration of the campaign cam aln of oforganized oCorgnnlzed
4 organized labor against the Republican Republicanpnrty RepUbUCunparty Republicanparty
party at the coming election The Theopening Theopening Theopening
opening shot promises to be boa a sizzler sizzlerIt
It la duct next weekProsld6nt week1rosidont week weekPresident
President Samuel Gompers of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Federation of Labor tel telegraphed tolcgraphM telegraphl ¬
egraphed yosterday from Erie to thepublishers the thepublishers thepubllshers
publishers of the American Fcderatlon Fcderatlon1st
1st the official organ o an of labor to with withhold wlt1hold witihold ¬
hold the publication of the August Augustnumber Augustnumbar Augustnumber
number of that magazine until he pre prepares preparos prepares ¬
pares some important editorials cdll rlals He Hehustled Hehustled Hehustled
hustled Frank Morrison secretary secr tary of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Federation on to Washington to tosee tosee tosee
see that his desires are carried out outGompers outGompers outGompers
Gompers who is attending the annual annualconvention annuutonventlon annualconvention
convention of the Longshoremens LongshoremensUnion
t Union will be In Washington Monday MondayWill MondayWill Monda MondaWill
Will Ask Votes for Bryan BryanThe BryanThe BryanThe
The leading editorial will be a proclamatlon procla proclamation pro cla clamaUon ¬
mation to the 2000000 voters of organ organized organIzed organized ¬
ized labor to vote for William Jerfnlngs JerfnlngsBryan JerfningsBryan JeIfnlngsBoan
Bryan and for the principles for whichlabor whichlabor which whichlabor
labor has been fighting unsuccessfullyunder unsuccessfully unsuccessfullyunder unsuccessfullyunder
under a Republican administration administrationIn
In It Gompers intends to show the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic party that he was sincere sincerewhen sincerewhen slncorewhon
when he told Candidate Bryan that he hewould hewould hef
f would do all in his power as presi president presldent president ¬
dent of the American Federation of la labor 1abor Labor ¬
bor to elect him President PresidentGompers PresIdentGompers PresidentGompers
Gompers will tell the voters that tiedoes he hedoes hedoes
does not see how they can vote the Re Republican Uepublican Republican ¬
publican ticket this fall and still be beunion beunln beunion
union men He will say that the Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic platfwrm expresses the principles principlesfor
for which whlchethe the American Federation of ofLabor ofIaboJ ofLabor
Labor and its officers have been work working workIng working ¬
ing The editorial will implore labor laboring laboriRg laboring ¬
ing men and all others to vote once for forlabor furlabor forlabor
labor instead of always for party partyLabor rartLabor partyLabor
Labor Mass Meetings to Be Asked AskedThe AskedThe AskedThe
The Central Labor bodies throughout throughoutthe
the country will be called upon In these theseeditorials theseeditorIals theseeditorials
editorials to hold mass meetings of ofmembers o omembers ofmembers
members to approve the course of ofPresident oCProsldont ofPresident
President Campers and the other offi officials orrtdaIs oltIcfals ¬
daIs of the Federation in pledging their theirsupport theirsupport I Ifupport
support to the Democratic ticket tI ket In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this connection Gompers will recite the thefact thefact thefact
fact that he was authorized by the therepresentatives therepresentatlos therepresentatives
representatives of the Federation last lastMarch lastIarch lastMarch
March to appeal to the Democratic Democraticparty Democraticparty Democraticparty
party in case tho Republican party part re refused refused refused ¬
fused to grant their demands demandsIt
It is learned that all the energy of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Federation will not be devoted to tothe totbe tothe
the defeat deCe t of the Presidential ticket ticketTh ticketTh ticketTh
Th Federation is going after the scalp scalpof
of Republican Congressmen who ho op opposed opposed opposed ¬
posed its demands last winter winter In con contrast contrast contrast ¬
trast with the style of campaign of ofyears two twoyears twoyears
years ago it has been decided by or organized organized organized ¬
ganized labor to bring out a number of ofindependent o oIndependent ofindependent
independent candidates in overwhelm overwhelming ¬
ing Republican districts Instead of ad advocatinjr advocaUn advocating
vocatinjr the election of the Democratic Democraticcandidates Democraticcandidates Democraticcandidates
candidates In this way wa it is believed believedtliat believetlthat believedthat
that the usual Republican vote ot will be bedivided bedivided bea
a divided that the Democratic candidate candidateor candI 3t 3tor
or the Independent will win winI
Oyster Bay Out o of f Limelight LimelightIt
It Is Lincoln L ncoln and Hot Springs SpringsLargest
Largest Portions of the Political Map Are in Pos Possession Posses Possessionof ¬
sessionof session ses ion of Secretary Taft and Col Colonel GolonelBryan Colonel ¬
onel onelBryan Bryan j
the King is dead long lon live the theKing theKing theKing
King KingWhich KingWblch KingWhich
Which being heln translaled transla1 ed Into Int intoAtite rhe theHar theHarmlnology terminology ter termlnology
mlnology of the copydesk means meansRush meansRush meansRush
Rush full details by b wire from Hot HotSprings HotSprings HotSprings
Springs send along a short mall piece piecefrom plocefrom
from r m Oyster Bay when its worth worthwhile worthwhile worthwhile
while whileAnd whileAnd whileAnd
And being transposed into the lan language language language ¬
guage of the real estate sharp would wouldresult wouldresult wouldresult
result in an advertisement something somethinglike
like this thisImmense thisImmense thisImmense
Immense bargains in Long Island Islandshore Islandshore Islandshore
shore realty realL everything going at a asacrifice a88crlftce asacrifice
sacrifice Now Is the time to buy at ata ata ata
a mere fraction of real values Also Alsoa
a few more choice lots left at Hot HotSprings HolSprJngs HotSprings
Springs Va a prices going up hourly hourlyfortunes hourbfortunes hourlyfortunes
fortunes made In a week weekNotice weekotlce weekNotice
Notice otlce how important Hot Springs IJ IJon lson toon
on the frontpage map of the Intelli Intelligence I intelli intelligence tem temgence ¬
gence world these days Or howinsig howinsignificant how Insig Insignificant Insigniticant ¬
nificant Oyster Bay with its occasionparagraph occasional occasionalparagraph occasionsparagraph
paragraph on the inside In lde page pageThats page1 page1Thats pageThats
Thats because the star of Roosevelt RooseveltIK
Is waning while the star of Taft IS ISrising Isrising isrising
rising risingIts risingIts risingIts
Its also because republics are are re un ungrateful ungratetul ungrateful ¬
grateful and because the man with withthe withthe Ith Iththe
the pieknife in his hand looks better betterto betterto
to the average merely human person personthan personthan personthan
than The individual who made ma < te the pie pieO5ter pieOyster I IOyster
Oyster Bay will presently disappear disappearfrom disappearfrom disappearfrom
from the scene The store over which whichSecretary whichSe whichSecretary
Se Secretary retao Loeb maintains the mldsum mldsummar midsummer
mer executive offices and around which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the elect of the village population have havebeen haveboen havebeen
been wont to gather and Imagine they theywere the thewere theywere
were holding meetings of the privy privycouncil privycouncil privycouncil
council will appear no more after this thissummer thissummer
summer in the illustrated Sunday sec sections sections ¬
tions Oyster Bay will pull Itself back backinto backInto backInto
into its shell and then pull the shell shellin sbellIn shellin
in after it itSecretary ItSecretary itSecretary
Secretary Taft formerly CormerJ spent his hissummers hissummers hissummers
summers at Murray Bay Ontario that thatIs thatIs thatis
Is he did when he wasnt spending spendingthem spendingthem spendingthem
them in Panama or Colon or Guam or orManila orM orManila
Manila M nlla or Tokyo Rome or St Peters Petersburg Petersburg Petersburg ¬
burg or some other place where there therewas therewas
was a muddle to settle or a war to be beaverted beaver beavertbd I
averted aver or a revolt to be suppressed suppressedBut
But it wouldnt have looked well for fora i ia
a candidate for President Preel ent of the United UnitedStates Unlr UnitedStates d dStatoe
States to do his summer resorting under underthe underthe underthe
the British flag It would be sure ure to tocost tocost I Icost
cost him the hotel clerk and the sum summergirl summergirl summergirl ¬
mergirl vote voteWill voteWill ate ateWill
Will Soon Hear From Cincinnati CincinnatiSo
So Secretary Taft is being a real realAmerican realAmerican realAmerican
American this summer He is staying stayingat
at Hot Springs just now presently Cincinnati Cin Cincinnati Cincinnati ¬
cinnati will be taken on for a few fewj tewwe fewweeks
j weeks we k8 and will see its name in the thepapersaiand thellper thepapers
papersaiand papers llper and forget that it used to be becaied becalied7PorkopoHs becalled
called calied7PorkopoHs orkopeMs and grow proud of ofthe otthe ofthe
the fact that it too like Lincoln pos possesses possealses 08 08s ¬
sesses s both a Bill and a Brother BrotherCharley BrotherCharley BrotherCharley
CharleyLincoln Charley CharleyLincoln CharleyLincoln
Lincoln has one advantage in this thisrace thisrace thisrace
race for distinction Lincoln Is a sort sortof sortof sortof
of fixed star Any town which is tho thorcrpctual thoIrpetual theerpetual
rcrpctual headquarters of a perennial
candidate has an advantage over a acommunity acommunity acommunity
community which deasnt t honestly re remember rcr rcrmember remember ¬
member when it last saw its most dis distinguished dlstln1lshed d1etingtlished ¬
tinguished citizen citizenWhen citizenVten citizenWhen
When they get et settled down te bust business bulness bustness ¬
ness on the front porches at Cincinnati Cincinnatiand
and at Lincoln there will be excuse excusefor excusefor excusefor
for occasional animated ad advorsions versions on onthe onthe onthe
the derivations of those two names namesYour namesYour namesYour
Your Republican Republican pilgrim to the shrine shrinewill shrinewill shrinewill
will listen with rapture to the eloquent eloquentwords eloquentwords eloquentwords
words of the delegations spokesmanrecounting spokesman spokesmanrecounting spokosmlUlrecounting
recounting that Cincinnati got its name namefrom nameCrom namefrog
from the old boy 00 in Rome who left leftthe leftthe leftthe
the plow llow to save the country count and that thatit thatIt thatit
it is peculiarly fitting at this time that thata
a Cincinnatan should be b called from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his appointed tasks for the greater work workof workof ork orkot
of redemption of the country countryAnd countryAnd countryAnd
And about the same time along will willcome wlJ1come willcome
come a Bowery bunch with an East EastSide EastSide EastSide
Side orator dropping in to Lincoln and andreminding andreminding andreminding
reminding the world how good it is isto Isto isto
to have the name of the Immortal ImmortalEmancipator ImmortalEmancipator immortalEmancipator
Emancipator associated a8 Ociated with this gloriou glo glorious glorJou ¬
rious ° campaign rnpdlsn for a new emancipation emancipationThe
The chaps who want ant the postofflces postofflcesand I
and the deputy collectorships will not notbe notbe notbe
be much moved by these the e things They Theywill Theywill I IwHl
will have their eyes at all times on the thegun thel thelgun thegun
gun They The will be figuring on getting gettingaway gettingaway
away with the commissions comml dons But Butthey Buttheywill Jhey Jheywill they theywill I
will do their part of the hollerin when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the periods are rounded out because becausethey becausethey I
they will know its the place to holler hollerWhere hollerWhere
Where Are te Sages of Other Days DaysForgotten DaysForgotten DaysForgotten I
Forgotten are the sages of other days daysof daysof I IoC
of yesterday e terda They Theye re all sages dont dontyou dontou dontyou
you ou recollect There was the sago of ofMonticello ofMonticello ofMonticello
Monticello th the sage of the Hermitage Hermitagethe
the sage of Princeton the sage of Eeopus EsopusTheres EeopusTheres EeopusTheres
Theres been more sage brush in politics politicsthan polftJcsthan politicsthan
than on the Great Staked Plains PlainsIts PlainsIts PlainsIts
Its a a little difficult for the muggy muggyminded muggminded muggyminded
minded outsider to keep up with these theseshifting tbe theseshifting e esbUUng
shifting of the scenes The glory that thatwas thatwas thatwas
was Oyster Bays and the grandeur that thatwas thatwas thatwas
was Washingtons asblngtongone gone are the they all allgone allsone allgone
gone to Hot Springs Sprln 8 and Lincoln for forthe forthe forthe
the nonce Theyll They come back after afterelection aUerele afterelection
election ele Uon thats sure sureThe sureThe sureThe
The only question is wb whether Uier theyll theyllcome the theyllcome ll llcome
come back from Nebraska or from fromOhio CromObio fromOhio
Ohio and wholl bring brl em emAnd emAnd emAnd
And even that isnt t so hard Bill JLOO JLOOh andhis and leadhis
his h Brother Charley 11 bring em emFOR emFOR emFOR
Dr Lucy Luc A Bannister Bannl tol of Pittaburg Pittaburgrecommends Pltt Pittsburgrecommends burg burgrecommend
recommends the placing of a trained trainednurse tralnoAnUnJe trainednurse
nurse in every factory department departmentstore departllMntstore departmentstore
store and workshop where many girls girlsare girlsare girlsare
are employed She declares that this is isa IsJleki isa
a fleW for social welfare work Ork which whichat
at present is 1 hardly touched but from fromwhich fromwhich fromwhich
which wonderful results might be obtained ob obtained obWned ¬
tained She names five ways in Invhlch InvhlchIt which whichit
it will be beneficial It will pay theemployer the tbeemployer theemployer
employer to support it it keeps the thegirls thegirls thegirls
girls well it saves them money mone it ex exerts exerts oxerts ¬
erts an influence for good morals and andit andIt andit
it reaches the homes of the workers workersmore work workersmore rs rsmore
more directly than any other method methodthat methodI methodthat
that has been IJ > cn tried
Will Attend Convention But ButNot ButNot ButNot
Not as Guest of ofBody ofBody ofBody
COLUMBUS Ohio July IS 1Slr Mr and andMrs a a11r8 adMrs
Mrs Nicholas NIe1to Leagworth L6ASW rtk were war not officially of officially orOclaUy ¬
ficially Invited 1 1 < lted by the Kentucky delegatlon dele delegation delegation ¬
gation to attend the national 2Vi 1 < < Uienal Prohibi Prohibition Prohibition Prohibition ¬
tion convention according accordll g to the action actionof
of that body bodyDelegates bodyDelegates bodyDelegates I
Delegates Wright and Demaree issued issuedan l ued uedan
an invitation Inv taUon to Mr and Mrs Mi + s Long Longworth Lonrworth Longworth I
worth to attend the national affair atlalrsince atralrsince affairsince
since they tho had appeared ltiJpe red at both bother botherthe the theDenver theDenver
Denver and Chieage conventions conventionsThen conventionsThen conventionsThen
Then H W Davis chairman of the theKentucky theKentucky theKentucky
Kentucky state committee offered a aresolution a aresolution aresolution
resolution to toap11rove approve of the work ork of ofhis o ohis ofhis
his colleagues It was met with kind kindness klnttne kindnose ¬
ness ne e from the startMrs start startMrs > > tartMrs
Mrs Frances E Beaaaehamp of Lexington Lex Lexington LexIngton ¬
ington a delegate to the convention conventionobjected oonvenUoRobjected conventionobjected
objected So did B Bradford dfold MacGregor MacGregorof aeGregoroC
of Covington CovingtonDemaree CovIngtonDemaree CovingtonDemaree
Demaree of Wiimore and a member memberof
of the committee that voluntarily ex extended exte oxtended ¬
tended te ll the invitation could see See no rca rcason rr reason i i80n
son for taking exceptions to what had hadbeen hadbeen 1 1been
been done He was chairman of the tbedelegation thedelegation thedelegation
States His Objection ObjectionWhen ObjottionVhen ObjectionWhen
1 1was When MacGregor aro arose tOIt8 e to object he hewas hewas
was asked by Demaree to state his ta rea reasons re resons reasons ¬
sons MacGregor said that he had readin read readin readIn
in the papers that Mrs Longwerth Longwerthwhen Lo Longwerthwhen rth rthwhen
when in the House if u e et o Representativesrecently Representatives Representativesrecently Repre eatatlvM eatatlvMrecently
recently found a tack on the floor floorand JIooraJMl floorand
and placed it on a chair bead down downIt downIt downit
= It was ony n y a few minutes saW saWMacGregor saidMaeGregor lei leiMacGregor
MacGregor when the possessor po poaeeeeorof of o thechair the thechair tkechait
chair sat t on it itDemaree ItDemaree It ItDemaree
Demaree said that he e should not be believe be1Ieve believe ¬
lieve all that he read readWell relUJWell readVelt
Well continued MacGregor letthat letthat let letthat
that go I know posit positvely eW that Mrs MrsLongworth MrsLongworth lIIIrsLongworth
Longworth attended the races at t La Latonta Latonia
tonta ton and that is against our pets prtnmotion prlDclples petscipies
clples clplesmotion A motion mot t tapFrevnl to o table the resolution of ofapproval oCanml
approval wan waaearrHd carried against the ap apparition 9pp8t1t1oI oppeeition ¬
parition of Demaree Wright and Da Davis Devie ¬
vie v The latter stated stat d however aoever that thatif thatIt thatif
if Mrs Lonicworth Lo 4t1 rt1l came site should bo 1d be begiven beIlv begiven
given Ilv n quarters at the best hotel in the thecity tbecitY thecity
city even if he toad to pay the bill billhimself WIIhimSflf thhirrseif
himself himselfDavis himSflfDa hirrseifDavis
Davis Da Tt announced that the national nationalChairman BatJonaJthatrman nationalChairman
Chairman had assured red him that Mrs MrsLongworth MrsLongworth MrsLoDswortla
Longworth would otI1d be given a seat seatJust seatJust > > eat eatJust
Just Dont Want Her HerWe Here HerWe
We e Just dont want her said Ie Mrs MrsBeaucbamp MrsBeauchamp lillISBeauchaMp
BeauchaMp when asked what her ob objections objections e ejecUons ¬
jections were to Mrs Longwortfts pres presence prese presence
ence e at the convention conventionWe conveaUonWe
We dont ohlmed in Bradford MacGrenor Mac MacGreKor ac acGrftol
GreKor of Covntoo CovingtonSince CovntooSince Cof oo ooSAuce
Since Mrs Ioncworth OIth had been at attwo atto attwo
two conventions run by bosses boe es said saidChairman IIkIChaJrman saidChairman
Chairman Davis we wanted her to tosee toa tosee
see a real patriotic convention con conducted cont conducted ¬
ducted t by a party ty that recognises her hersex herColonel hersex
sex as citiaensColonel citiaena citiaenaColonel ll
Colonel Z Demaree > emaree was of a more prac practical practhal practital ¬
tical turn of mind h We Te thought tho ht it itwould Itwculd itwould
would give our party a good advertise adverttserrent advrtl8ewent advertisement
ment went he said Then Colonel Dema Demaree DemarH Demaree ¬
ree confided conft that less than half the theKentucky theKlntuck theKentucky
Kentucky delegation was present prt nt Tues Tuesdav Tuteiay TUHiay
iay when Mrs ors Longworth vas turned tumeadown turfttilown turneddown
down own and an that a canvass of the dele delegat dptpgaHs dolegas
gat gas rs who came in Wedneslay Ve < lresa gave a amajority amajority amajority
majority of votes for reconsideration
Newman s Election Elect on AttackedBy Attacked AttackedBy l
By Rival Faction Leaders I
Charging that Edward A Newman Newmanwas
was never duly elected national com commiUeeman commUeeman committeeman
miUeeman from the District of Columak Colum Columote Columbia
ote and asserting a erUng tbct the members of ofthe otthe ofthe
the other delegation to the Denver con convention convention convention ¬
vention carried things with a high highhand blghhand highhand
hand Charles rJ88 W Darr chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rival faction has filed a a protest protestwith protest1th protestwith
with 1th th thl < Democratic national committee commit committee committee ¬
tee The protest asserts in part partI partI
I seriously and earnestly protest protestagainst prote protestagainst t tapt
against the election of Edward A Now Nowmatt Nowman
matt as a 9 a member of the national com committee committee committee ¬
mittee from the District of Columbia for forthe forthe
the reason first firstThat ftratThat firstThat
That there has never been an elec election election ¬
tion of a a committeeman from the Dis District Dtstrlet District ¬
trict of Columbia and nd second secondThat secondThat
That under the resolution adopted by bythe bythe
the national convention all vacancies on enthe onthe
the national committee shall be elected electedby electedby electedby
by the State committees of the States Statesor
or Territories in which the vacancies vacanciesoccur vacancIesoccur vacanciesoccur
Darr Made Secretary SecretaryWilliam SecretaryVnUam SecretaryWilliam
William McK IeK Clayton acting actingcllalrmaa as aschairman aschairman
chairman for tlat t at portion of the delega delegatioR delegation delegatien
tioR of o which he is a member on July 9 9notified 9notified
notified all the th members of the delegation delega delegation delegation ¬
tion that a a caucus < would be held at the theHotel theHotel
Hotel Albert July 11 Pursuant to this thiscall thiscaJl thiscalf
call the delegaton of which I am a amember amember amernbe
member and which I represented at attended atteeded attended
tended a meeting Mr Clayton called calledthe calledthe I
the meeting to order and I was elected electedsecretary electedecretary electedsecretary
secretary of the meeting meetingIt
un It was agreed that the six delegates delegatespresent delegatespreeent delegatespresent 1
present representing repre entlog that portion of the thedistrict t1ledstrJet thedistrict
district Democracy presided pre ided over by Mr MrClayton MrClayton Ir Ii IiClayton
Clayton should be represented repre ented by the thesix thesix thesix
six delegates alleged to have been elect elected elected ¬ i ieel
ed to the Denver Denv r convention with theright the theright theht
right ht to cast ca t four votes otes given to it by bythe bythe bythe
the Committee en n Credentials K and that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Carr and myself being the only onlymembers ORlymembers onlymembers
members of o ouzo r delegation present at atthe atthe atthe
the meeting should be allowed all wed to tovote toyte tovte
vote the two votes v tes accorded us s by the theconvention tlteconvention theconvention
convention in the said caucus making makinga
fa a total of she votes represented zoepre e tecl in the themeeting t1lemeetg themeeting
meeting meetingTAFTS meetgTAFfS meetingTAFTS
It took a good dead de l of digging back backinto JJckJato backInto
into ancient history ht tory to find out what whatsome wMt80IIIe whatseine
some of the things which tickled Mr MrTaft MrTalt MrTaft
Taft and the other o er 1S8 IS di Yale men so im immensely ImDteDIIdy im immensely ¬
mensely For instance take the reference refer reference rterenee ¬
ence to the oW south Ut middle dormi dormltory dormitory docmltoIy ¬
tory toryNow toIyNo toryNow
Now No that hole it seems was w in inBttly IIINBllly inBlny
Bttly Tans coal bin This bin abutted abuttedon
on another bin which opened into latoa latoaroom a aroom aroom
room on the opposite side of the old ofdsouth oldsoutn oldIIOIIth
south middle Taft roomed room with George GeorgeB
B Edwards who is now a judge in Russeilriue Rus Kusseilvllle RuslvllIe
seilvllle lvllIe Ky KyThe KyThe KyThe
The TartEdwards room was a popu popular popuJar popular ¬
lar joint as 15 the th Yale boys speak of oftheir oCtheir oftheir
their rooms roomS and sometimes sometimesnot IOIII mesnot not often oftenmind ottenMindthe oftenmindthe
mind Mindthe the lights were kept burning leer leerthan l leverthan er erthan
than they the ought to have been For there therewas thereWII therewas
was not much noise And then it was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the business bu 1nes of the proctor to see e what whatwas whatw whatwas
w was Going GoingBut colngBut cohaCBut
But the funny thing about it was that thathe tthe thathe
he could never find anything doing in inonly InBut inBlli
But Tartli room When hen be got there thereonly thereonly
only Bill and his roommate were visi visible visible 11 11blE ¬
ble and hey were studying like sixty sixtyThat sixtyThat sixtyThat
That hole in the coal bin was as discov discovered dl6covtred discovered ¬
ered after Taft graduated graduatedBoston Boston Her Heraid Herad Heraid
After five or six ballots had bean beantaken bMRtaken beentaken
taken without a choice being made madea
a recess r e s was taken bjr 1 y the caucus mitt
4 oclock on 01 July H in I the same place placeAt puceAt tIaceAt
At that time an It or the persons penIO 8 entitled entitledto e tJtIed tJtIedto
to participate in the meeting were ta taattendance iiiatte isattendance
atte attendance d Bee upon po the national eetnrea eetnreatioa eetn eetnUon eepveAtion
tioa and as a a eonseque ce the theeel adjoarr adjoarred
ed meeting could not v held Beforethe Before Beforetbe BeCOCOUte
Ute convention adjourned a motion motionwas JROtJowas motionwas
was adopted that all vacancies on the tbeNational theatloBal theNational
National Committee should be referred referredback referredback referredback
back to the State committees eoMMI which whichsfeould whtdashould whichshould
should elect the National Commtttee Commttteema
man ma to Ml these vacancies When the theconvention 1MCORveatloB theconvention
convention adjourned a me member + sber of the theNational tINatlonAI theNational
National Committee to represent tile tbeDistrict tileDi8trlet theDistrict
District bad not yet been elect elected and andthe aadtbe aaIthe
the only body authorised to Ml that thatvacancy tbatvacancy uatv
v vacancy under the reaotetfoa re ivtion Is J the theDemocratic tIteDeMocraUe theDemocratic
Democratic Central Committee of the theDistrict tileDl theDistrict
District Dl trtet of Columbia ColumbiaCalls ColnmbieCalls eoabIaCalls
Calls Signature Unauthorized UnauthorizedI Unautho zed
hI I am however how IIIfor informed ted that New Newman Newmaa Newman ¬ I
man represented represe ted by D a petition pet1tlollby signedby signed signedby
by four alleged members of Ute na national nationa ¬ 1
tional convention that be bad been beenelected Meaelected beenelected
elected eoramttteeman and that If be thepetition bepetition
petition was aks sign It t was signed by bytbe 1tythe bythe
the persons I S < JIB whose wbo e naJMB JtadM8h ale e added aotfcdthereto JUhIodUu addedthdreto I
thereto Uu rtto without authority lItItorlt from the del delegation eelogatloR dotegatlon ¬
egation egationI
I submit further that the toUr per persons per8OR8 persons ¬
sons do not constitute a majority jo1tT jo1tTthe of ofthe ofthe
the delegation from f Ute District Dlet et of O Ohtmbia c cltIMD1a Cebrmble
htmbia but on the contrary e IItrrY constitute cGlJtttJIteOIIly oosstithteonly constituteonly
only two wo and twothirds votes out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the six tx votes to which the District of ofColumbia ofColumbia c
Columbia is entitled to in the saW con convention COlIvtkm cooventer ¬ I
vention ventionI I
001 I therefore therefOr8 agate earnestly ea1M Y pro proNewman JJC4teet pretest
test against the election or orNewlfta daaed A ANewman
Newman as national coBwrttteoman coBwrttteomanfrom COIRMttt COIRMtttfrom itteeenam itteeenamfrom
from the Dtotrict of Columbia C6ht t 1a and andagainst aMagaJaet andagainst
against hi A his serving m III that tIa capacity and andsubmit aadmDmlt andstkbmlt
submit U tbt i this vacancy Y oC8JIey eaimX eftXftn b b8B9d be befilled
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the Eiffel tower whose skeleton eteG frame framereaches framereadies frameroams
reaches 9W feet skyward would overtop overtopthe oyerto oyertothe overtopthe
the M f11 feet tower WOw planned for the new newK nEWE4Iwltabie newEquitable
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conceived of c are te the preliminarysketch preliminary preliminarysketch KellmtnarysketcJt
sketch stage staseWerktng stageWorking
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tower have been made J1I3 was admitted a t ttted to today toat today ¬
day at tb tIM offices of Ernest Ente t Flagg FI iagg gJ the thearchitect th thardd thQarchitect
architect ardd eet of the Singer tower towerHfc to toHk towerBit
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tract bad been made as Ute project projectwas ploJe projectwas < t tWas
was vet vet te the preliminary stage tag the tbedetaite tB9deta thedetails
details deta being In process of development developmentAs
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Europe be said definite action would wouldbe wouldk wouldbe
be taken takento takeRHe takenHe
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to remove the present Mitts building buildingand 1Mat1d1n buildingand
and get the work of laying Ia the founda foundations foundattoa foundations ¬
tions under wayOffice way wayOffice
Office Room in Tewer TewerThe TewerTbe TowerThe
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ment contemplated a tower wit with a max maximum maxc mazSmum ¬
imum of c oiee room on each floor so sothat aothat sothat
that the building bu dtg would be phenomenal phenomenalnot
not only te height but te II capacity and andte andIn andhr
te consequent earning power powerTne powerThe powerThe
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timated at JTCXMXOOa but may exceed exceedthat exceedthat exceedthat
that sum sumTne SUIILTtte awnThe
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far ou o t at sea and would be a conepieueae con conspicuous coopIeucMIc ¬
spicuous landmark JHiN Bwk by day and a beacon beaconby beac beaconby < > n nby
by night nightAJtowmtj BlgIItAJIowtag sightAllowing
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deck of an ocean 0Ce JI HBe liner 309 00 miles uM east of ofSandy otSandy ofSS
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knocking kaockla at the street door broughthim brought broughthtm broughthIM
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Ii 1 t I I I I An Open Open L Letter tter to ourPatrons Our too tooand t tand
and the General Public Publiclt
Investigations lt vestigation now being conducted by the Department of Health into into Washingtons restaurants andeating andeatinghouses and eating eatinghouses eatinghouses
houses have revealed unsanitary conditions co ditions in innIany = many places that are actually revolting The general feeling of unrest unrestand unrestI unrestand
I and even alarm which these reports have occasioned prompts us to issue issue this statement and invitationThe invitationThe invitation invitationThe
The Sanitary Grocery Company was brought into being by the spirit of the times which demand clean cleanfood cleanfood cleanfood
food and clean methods The original policy not only has been followed from its conception but has been developed developedto
r j rt to a remarkable degree and with this development has grown grown an enormous patronage drawn from the great body bodyof
of people who insist on absolute purity and immaculate cleanliness in everything edible edibleWe edibleWe edible1e1
1e1 We therefore extend a cordial invitation to everyone in in sympathy with this crusade to visit any of our stores storesand storesfld storesand
and fld observe the methods employed to this one great end endThe endJj
Jj f The stores of the Sanitary Grocery Company are located in all parts of the city Theres one in your yoursection yoursection yoursection
section It will pay you to make a personal person tl investigation and the inevitable result will be an unwillingness on your yourpart yourpart yourpart
part to further jeopardize your own health and that of your family by accepting the chances of infection through throughdust throughdust throughdust
dust flies and other at her agencies ag ncies of disease fo found nd in the ordinary ordinar gr grocery cery store The more searching your investigation investigationthe
I I > the better pleased we shall be and you will be under no obligation to purchaseI purchase II II
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