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Fair Tonight Sunday Warmer WarmerSunday II IIWASHTSTGrTOjS7 LAST EDITION EDITIONUMBER
NUMBER 6356 WASHINGTON SATURDAY EVENING EVEl ING MAY 29 1909 PRICE ONE CENT I
TAFT IN PITTSBURG PITTSBOiWE PITTSBURGIS
IS READY TO MEET MEETYALE BEETYALEMEN
WE YALEMEN MEN TONIGHT
Banquet With Classmates ClassmatesWill ClassmatesWill ClassmatesWill
Will Conclude Busy Day Dayfor Dayfor Dayfor
for President PresidentGREAT PresidentGREAT PresidentGREAT
GREAT CROWD HEARS HEARSHIM HEARSHIM HEARSIM
HIM H HSpeaks IM MAKE ADDRESS ADDRESSSpeaks ADDRESSSpeaks
Speaks at Unveiling of Memorial Memorialto 1le orial orialto
to Heroes Killed in Warof Warof War Varof
of 1812 1812By 1812By 1812By
By JAMES HAY Jr JrFITTSBtTRG JrPITTSBtTRG JrPITTSBt7RG
FITTSBtTRG Pa May 2 2tThe The Presi President Prool Prooldent President ¬
dent came to Plttsburg today and found foundit
it a wilderness of policemen and silk silkhats silkhilts silkhats
hats all bathed in a flood of sunshine suashlneThat sunshineThat su shln shlnThat
That old story of this town lying por perpetually porpetually porpetually ¬
petually under a pall of smoke was shot shotto shotto shotto
to pieces for the day was perfect and andthe andtbe andthe
the soot and cinders were ere not on the theJob thejob thelob
Job JobIncidentally Incidentally Mr Taft made it known knownthat knownthat mown mownthat
that he Is in favor of turning the acse acsenals aese aesenals aps apsnals
nals of the country into playgrounds playgroundsfor
for the children wherever and whenever wheneverouch whenefrsuch wheneverauch
ouch a course is possible possibleThe posslbluThe possibleThe
The thing that looks best to me mehere mehere mehere
here he said at the arsenal groundswhere grounds groundswhere groundswhere
where the fountain in commemoration commemorationof
of those who fell in the war 1 r of 1812 1812has 181 181has ISlhas
has been erected is those children ohlidrensinging childrensinging childrensinging
singing in those swings swingsHe swingsHe swingsHe
He pointed to the opposite hill wherethe where wherethe w ere eretbe
the boys and girls were having the thetimes thetimes theetimes
times of their lives evidently convinced convincedthat convincedthat i itbat
that the swings wene a fine amusement amusementGiven amusementGiven
Given Warm Welcome WelcomeBut WelcomeBut WelcomeBut t
But the city of Plttsburg gave the thePresident I
4 President a royal welcome Everything Everythingwent Everytblngwent Everythingwent
went off ot with the regularity and ac accuracy aoI aoIcura nocuracy ¬ i
curacy cura y of clock work There were wereenough wereenough i ienough
enough policemen out to capture a aprincipality aprincipalIty aprincipality
principality and twenty miles mil of rojje rojjewas ropowas
was used to keep the thecrow crowds 8 on the thesidewalks thestdowalks thesidewalks
sidewalks along thestreets the St1e tS where here the theparade tbeparade theparade I I
parade led ledMr ledMr ledMr
Mr Taft and his hisparty party consisting of ofhis otbls ofhis
his fatherinlaw John W V Herron and andhis andhis j jhis
his usual escort left their car at t the theEast theEast theEast
East Liberty street station on the Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania railroad at 9 oclock from fromthere fromthere i i
there escorted By the mayor Secretary Secretaryof I Ior
of State Knox Representative Repres < mtaUve James JamesFrancis
1 Francis Burke in whose district the thefountain dIetountwn thefountuin j
fountain Is located and mp m my y other otherpromlneatraen oth th r rpromtnent r I Iromlneat
romlneat promlneatraen m air TJt t w 1Y8IItto weat tio tO tOhem tjfe tjfehome t
home Kame hem hemofIIa e eLaughlin ofIIa of nlgBrelherInlaw llis th herInSaw nI w Thomas ThomasLaughl1n K KLaushlin
Laushlin jr jrAfter jrAtter JrAfter
After a short stop there the thewent party partywent ctywent
went in automobiles to the Roftepn RoftepnShalom Reje RejeShalom ReiflephShalom
Shalom Jewish Temple There the Pres President PrettIdent President ¬
ident made a brief address addressApplause addrMSApplause addressApplause
Applause Checked CheckedAlthough CheckedAlthough CheckedAlthough
Although he spoke in the midst of the theregular tberegular theregular
regular Sabbath services of the church churchthe ehurchthe churchthe
the rabbi had to caution his audience audiencenot au audiencenot tence tencenot
not to applaud the distinguished speak speaker ¬
er When the speech ended end d an outburst outburstof out urst urstot
of applause was prevented only by b a arequest urequest arequest
request from the rabbir rabbi rabbiFrom rabbLliTom
r From the temple the President Pre ldent went wentto wentto wentto
to the arsenal grounds Ten acres of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these grounds have been leased to the thecity thocity thecity
city by the Federal Government to be beused beused beused
used as a playgreund the lease fl8 Q to be berevoked berevoked berevoked
revoked on the condition that the coun country COUIItry eountry ¬
try mIght need the ground for pre prepara preparations nr6paratlana Para Parabons ¬
tions for war In the center of tl thfa s ten tanacres tenures tenacres
acres the Daughters of the War of ISM ISMhave 181 181have 1312have
have erected a fountain in memory of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the men who felL It was to assist 8 t t in inthe inthe Inthe
the dedication of this fountain foun n that the thePresident thePresldtnt thePresident
President was invited to be presentAfter present presentAfter PleB8DtAfter
After the Secretary of f State had given giventhe givenlht giventhe
the > fountain to the city on behalf of f the theDaughters tbeDaughters theDaughters
Daughters it was accepted by Mayor MayorMeQee Mayorf rayorlcGee
f McGee In his speech Mr Knox said saidhe saidhe 1d 1dhe
he was certain the President was withhim with withhim i
him heart and soul in the hope and andbelief andbellet andbellef
belief that the time would soon come comewhen comewhen comewhen
when war would be unnecessary unneeu ary and the thetroubles tbetroubles thetroubles
troubles of nations would be submitted submittedto
to an international court conducted on onthe onthe onthe
the principles of everlasting Justice JusticeBoost juatJceBoost justiceBoost
Boost For Burke BurkeThen BurkeThen BurkeThen
Then the President spoke In his hisspeech hislSPeech hisspeech
speech he took occasion to give Repre Representative RepreIJcntative Representative ¬
sentative Burke one of th the greatest greatestsendoffs greatestsendoffs
sendoffs man has ever had h He said saidBurke saidBurke aJdBurke
Burke was the on one to thank for the theten theten theten
ten acres of playground Burke was the thebeat thebe45t thebeat
beat of fellows the hardest hrde t working of ofCongressmen ofCongressmen t tCongreesmen
Congressmen and a man who was on onthe onthe onthe
the works every ever minute Burke looked lookedembarrassed lookedembarressed lookedembarrassed
embarrassed but he probably got con consolation eonsolation consolation ¬
solation out of the thought tlIou ht that the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President P PIn was piling up votes votes for him himin himIn
in the next election electionAfter electionAfter electionAfter
After the arsenal exercises the Presi President Prutd President ¬
dent d nt followed by his party and the city cityofficials e17ottlcia1a cityof
officials of iclals in automobiles made a quick quicktrip qutclttrip quicktrip
trip to the Fort Pitt Hotel known to today today today ¬
day a Yale headquarters As a matter matterContinued matterC matterContinued
Continued C nUnued on Fifth FtthWEATHER Pag PagWEATHER Paso PasoWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The center of the storm has reached reachedffie reachedtile reachedODe
tile coast of Maine with somewhat mewbat in intyfour Inere8sed increased
creased Inten intensity tty Within the fast twen twentytour twentyfour
tyfour hours this disturbance caused causedgeneral CWIedgeneral causedgeneral
general precipitation in the he lower loiter L Lake LJutrglon Lakeregion < ake akeregion
region the north Atlantic States and andon andon Del Delon
on the middle Atlantic A coast coastThe coa coastThe t tThe
The indications are ar that the weather weatherwill weatherm weatherttih
will m be generally fair tonight and Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day in the lower Lake region the up upper uper upper ¬
per er Ohio valley the middle 1d41e Atlantic and andthe an4the andthe
the south Atlantic States StatusThe StatesThe StteThe
The winds along the middle Atlantic Atiaatlacoast Atlanticcoast At1aat1ccoast
coast will be moderate to brisk west westto WM1to westto
to northwest northwestFORECAST northwestFORECAST northwestFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT DISTRICTFair DiSTRICTFair DISTRICTFair
Fair tonight and Sunday somewhat somewhatwanner somewhatRunner tOIIMWhatann
Runner ann Sunday moderate rat weateriy weateriywinds westoriywinds y yVinds
winds windsa
a
+ TBMFKRATTJRSS TBMFKRATTJRSSS T MPmtATt1 J1S
S 9 a m G7S G1
9 a am TO B
10 a m < 11
11 a m 11
12 1 noon H
1 p m 71 71It 1 17iC
2 p m It ItSOX JISUN
SOX TABLE TABLESun TABLJISun TABLESun
Sun rises 411 491Sun 411Sun 411Sun
Sun seta 7Jf 711TIDE 7JfToday 7 7TIDE
TIDE T41JL TAL16TodayHigh
TodayHigh Today High tide 1 111 jt s m and 4 4m 4p 4119 4119p
p m Low tide tid M47 > > 17 a m and aMm aMTomorrowH1KA Jtoff Jtoffv > >
p v m mTomorrow mt
t Tomorrow TomorrowH1KA High tide tJ e 435 a m and andlM andt
lM t p m Low tide 1131 fl a m and
1128 p m mCONDITION mCONDITION mCONDITION
CONDITION OF THE T TIi 1t WATER WATERHARPERS WATERHARPERS WATERHARPERS
HARPERS FERRY W WVa Va May 2 2Both I IBoth
Both rivers muddy mu < 1dy this morning J1 morningF
F
MAIL TRAIN IS RUN RUNFor RUNOVER I IOVER
OVER GEORGIA ROAD ROADFor
For First Time During Strike White Strikebreaker StrikebreakerFires Strikebreakerfires StrikebreakerFifes
Fires Central entral Engine EngineBelieved Believed to Be Par Partial Barlial Partial ¬
tial Victory for Union Men I j
ATLANTA Ga May 29 29A A mail train trainleft trainlett trainleft
left hare on the Georgia Georlila Geor la Central this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning with a white strikebreaker strikebreakeras
as fireman for the first time since the thestrike thestrtke thestrike
strike began beganThis beganThis beganThis
This move on the part of the rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road Is believed to be the first step In Inthe inthe inthe
the abandonment by the railroad of any anyfurther anyfUrther anyfurther
further attempts to Use negro firamen firamenon
on its lines in this State StateIt StateIt StateIt
It was feared that more rioting would wouldfollow wouldfonow wouldfollow
follow an attempt to run even mail mailtrains malltrains mailtrains
trains with negro firemen and the Gov Government Government Government ¬
ernment Insisted that the railroad make makean
an effort offort to move the mails by the use useof useof useof
of whie while firemen firemenThe firemenThe firemenThe
The Government officials take the thestand thestand thestand
stand that the railroad can move themalls the themalls themans
malls If negroes are put on the engines enginesBands enginesTO enginesTO
TO GiVE CONCERTS CONCERTST
T WHITE L HOUSE HOUSEBands
Bands Will Play in Rear olr olrExecutive orExecutive o oExecutive
Executive Mansion MansionTwice M MansionTwice nsion nsionTwice
Twice a Week WeekThe
The fear that because band concerts concertswere concertsweeto concertswere
were weeto to be given on Potomac drive the theeuslpm theeuetpm thecuetpm
euslpm of giving them in the rear of ofthe orthe ofthe
the White House would be discontinued discontinuedwas
was dispelled today by the announce announcement announoement announcement ¬
ment that they would be continued continuedThe continuedThe continuedThe
The announcement which also stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that two band concerts eon erta a week will be begiven begiven
given on the driveway was made to today today today ¬
day by Superintendent of Public Build Buildings Bulldlogs Buildlegs ¬
logs and Grounds Cok Spencer Cosby CosbyThe CosbyThe
The summer schedule of band con concerts eoncerts concerts ¬
certs will begin b n on June 1 and end Sep September September September ¬
tember 39 The Marine Band will play playIn
In the Capitol grounds on Wednesday Wednesdayafternoons Wednesdayafternoons Vednesdayafternoons
afternoons and in the grounds south of oftbt ofthe
the White House Saturday afternoons afternoonsThe afternoonsThe
The Engineer Band will play in one oneof oneof
of the parks on Tuesday and Friday Fridayevenings Fridayevenings
evenings and the Cavalry Band from fromFrt
Frt F rt Myar Ar on Monday and Thursday Thursdayearnings Thurs Thursdaydvnisigs ay
earnings earningsThe dvnisigsrhe gs gsrh
The rh concerts at the driveway drlv war band bandstand bandstand bandstand ¬
stand will be given on Tuesday Tne d and andSaturday andSaturday andSaturday
Saturday afternoons at 5 oclock The TheMarine TheMarine TheMarine
Marine Band will play on Tuesdayafternoons Tuesdayafternoons Tuesday tuesdyafternoons
afternoons und the Engineer and Cav Cavi Cavalry Cayalry
i alry Bands on alternate Saturday af after afternoons afternoons ter teri
i noons noonsCouncil noonsBABY noonsBABY
BABY TAKES ACID ACIDLEFT ACIDLEFT
LEFT BY MOTHER MOTHERCouncil
Council Jerman erman Nineteen NineteenMonths NineteenMonths NineteenMonths
Months in Serious Condi Condition Condition Condition ¬
tion at Hospital HospitalWith
With all of a childs confidence and andall andaU andall
all his hI lack of knowledge of anything anythingHarmful anythingrmtul anythingharmful
Harmful rmtul little Council Jerman nine nineteen nineteen nineteen ¬
teen months old and happy under the theInfluence thebdhMce theiaduoce
Influence of spring started out this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning on a tour of exploration of a aroom aroom aroom
room where his mother had boot be < > n clean cleanIng cleaning cleaning
Ing and aDdwblch which she had but a moment momentbefore momentbetore momentbefore
before left On a chair In the center centerof centerot
of the room m just within his childish childishgrasp chlhllehgrasp childishgrasp
grasp was a small white bottle with a ai antee anice
i nice red and black label on which were wereI werered werered
I red letters and a skull and crossbones cro crossbonesThe sbones sbonesThe
I The little boy believing that anything anythingcould anythingcould anythingcould
could be eaten tilted the bottle to his hislips hislips hieUps
lips and drank not water or milk or oranything or oranythlng oranything
anything be had ever tasted before but butcarbolic butcarbolic butcarbolic
carbolic acid which stung his throat throatterribly throatterribly throatterribly
terribly and made him scream for his hismother hismother hismother
mother In a second the woman was wasback wasback wasback
back in the room but Council had alI al already ¬
I ready swallowed part of the drug drugDistracted drugDlstrac drugDistracted
Distracted Dlstrac his mother screamed and andfotoght andfobKht andfought
fought but thought finally ot a apita fcos fcospttfU hospttM
pita and summoned the Ca Casualty ualty Hos Rospital Hospital Eopltal ¬
pital ambulance which took her Iv boy to tothat tothat tothat
that institution institutionThe In institutionThe tltntSon tltntSonTh
The Th physician p yaldant say his condition COIWIIUonertoua tc tcserious kserious
serious Mrs Jerman mistook the car carbolic carbolic r rboIlc ¬
bolic a aOld d for turpentine and cleaning cla lftK
the roots room left eft it on the chair chairREID chairREID chairREID
REID CASE PAPERSREACH PAPERSREACH PAPERS PAPERSREACH
REACH WHITE HOUSE HOUSEUnderstood HOUSEUnderstood HOUSEUnderstood
Understood That Department of ofJustice ofJustice ofJustice
Justice Recommends Removal Removalof
of Alaskan Judge JudgeThe JudgeTlte JudgeThe
The Department of t Justice ha h has oon ooneluded oonelWI eoneluded
elWI eluded it its investigation of the charges chargesfiled ellargeiUed ehargesfiled
filed against Judge Silas Rold nf ld of the thethird thettttnl thethird
third division of Alaska and the thepapers thepagers
papers 8 have keen sent to the White WhiteHowe WhiteIIou VhlteBoeo
Howe e It to understood that the At Attorney Attorney t ttorney ¬
torney general has recommended the theremoval theremoval theI
I removal of Reid who was the th Re Republican ReubUean Republlean ¬
publican > > ubUean candidate for attorney att rBey genoral gen general generJ ¬
oral of Oklahoma under the new gov government gov8nunt government ¬
ernment He was given the Judereshp Judereshpa
ag a a balm for his defeat It is charg charged charred ¬
ed IIl he e took a number of relatives witH wittittm witHto withhills
hills to Alaska and that he appointed appointedhis
his rotherlnlaw l receiver of the theAlaska theAlaska theAlaska
Alaska Central railroad and paid him himfar himfar blmtar
far in excess of what his services servicesware serviceswere ervloCtfw
ware w worth worthra5
5125 ra5 25 To Baltimore and Return ReturnSaturdays ReturnSaturdays ReturnSaturdays
Saturdays and Sundays via Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
vania Railroad Tirfcets good returninguntil returning returninguntil roturnlnguntil
until Sunday night All regular trains trainsexcept trainsexcept
except the Congressional CcDlre slonal Limited LimitedAdvt mlted mltedAdv
Advt Adv
and refuse to Interfere unless It is isshown Isshown isshown
shown that the troops are absolutely absolutelynecessary absolutelynecessary absolutelynecessary
necessary for movement of the malls mallsThe mansThe mailsThe
The Government Is expected to take takesome takesome takesome
some action following the injury of Un Unglneer Bngineor Enginecr
glneer Downing and his negro fireman firemanat
at LIthonia last evening while they theywere thoywere theywere
were attempting to move perishable perishablefreight perishablefreight perishablefreight
freight General Manager Scott of tho thorailroad thoraUroad therailroad
railroad declares that the sheriff of the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county and the marshal of LIthonia LIthoniahad Lithonlahad Lithoniahad
had promised him protection protectionThe
The engineers refused to take but outLt1y outLt1ymore any inymore anymore
more trains until they were guaranteed guaranteedprotection guaran coed ccedprotection coedprotection
protection and this led to the discon discontinuance dlscQntinuance disegntinuance ¬
tinuance of negro firemen firemenIt
It Is believed here that no more riots tiotswill r10tswtll riotswill
will occur as the result of the dia diacharge diacharge diecharge
charge of negro firemen fire 1en and that the thestrikers thestrikers thestrikers
strikers will allow the mails to be moved movedand modand movedand
and remain quiet until the arbitrators arbitratorsfrom arbitratorsfrom arbitratorsfrom
from Washington can effect a settle settlement scttlement settlement ¬
ment of the strike strikeSenator strikeOKLAHOMAN strikeOKLAHOMAN
OKLAHOMAN OKLAHOMANUNSANITARY FLAYS FLAYSUNSANITARY FLAYSSenator
UNSANITARY SHOPS SHOPSSenator SHOPSFLAYS
Senator Owen Says Faci Facitories Factories Fac Factories
tories Are No Place for forYoung forYoung forYoung
Young Girls GirlsDeclaring GnlsDeclaring GirlsDeclaring
Declaring that the black slavery of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the days before the civil war differed differedonly ditceredonly differedonly
only in degree from the white slavery slaveryof
of the present day Senator Owen of ofOklahoma otOklahoma ofOklahoma
Oklahoma in 1 a speeoh at the memorial memorialexercises memorialexercls memorialexercis
exercises fi in the rotunda of the Capitol Capitoltoday Capitoltod Capitoltoday
today tod y said that the Nation was in sore soreneed soreneed soreneed
need of another Lincoln LincolnIt
It has made my heart ache said saidSenator saidSenator saidSenator
Senator Owen to see the conditions conditionsarising conditionsarising conditionsarising
arising from fr l1 the presentday maddening madden maddening maddenIng ¬
ing chase of wealth The knife of com commercial commerelal commerelal ¬
merelal machinery is grinding out the thelives theUves thelies
lives of the America people who are arecompelled arecompelled arecompelled
compelled to work from morning till tillnight tUlnight tillnight
night wits barely enough pittance in inreturn Inreturn inreturn
return for their labor to keep body and andsoul andsoul andsoul
soul together togetherIn
In many of our great cities young younggirls youngglrlsar younggirls
girls glrlsar are working In indescribably dirty dirtyshops dirtyshops dirtyshops
shops Some of them workin work In sweat sweatshops swe it itshops t tsJops ¬
shops some of o them ht n work Work in il ftt0tpri tnotothss tnotothsstheusands t t js jsthousands
thousands theusands of them are working underconditions under underconditions unaerconditions
conditions which are Intolerable IntolerableTheir IntQl intolerableTheir rable rableTlIeir
Their pay p y is barely sufficient to pro provide provide provide ¬
vide nutriment for the body In order orderthat ordarthat orderthat
that the unfortunates may return on onthe ontle ont
the t le following week to continue the thegrinding tIlebrrrnd1ng thegrinding
grinding out of wraith for the slave slaveowner slaveowner slaveowner
owner ownerI
001 I do not blame b ame tho Individual for this thiscondition thiscondition thiscondition
condition of aitaira but It is a condi condition condition condition ¬
tion which wh 1 must be remedied and rem remedied remedded ¬
edied speedily If this country is to go goon goon goon
on in the way that Lincoln hoped it itwould Itwould itwould
would go on onIt onUIt onIt
UIt It Is a great problem a pressing pressingproblem pressingproblem pressingproblem
problem and to solve it we need an another another another ¬
other Lincoln LincolnSenator Lfnco1nSenator LincolnSenatcr
Senator Owen had been asked to participate par participate 3 3Uclpate ¬
ticipate in the exercises of the Lin Lincoln Lincoln Lincola ¬
coln Circle Auxiliary G A R The Theexercises Theexorcises Theexorclsee
exercises took place in front of the themarble themarble themarble
marble Statue of Lincoln designed by
R L Hoxie and placed in the Capitol Capitolby
by the Lincoln Chapter It was while whilspaying whilePtiying
paying tribute to Lincolns vigilance
for the welfare of the people of thecountry the thecountry thecountry
country that Senator Owen marched marchedContinued marchedContinued marchedContinued
Continued on Fifth Page
HANSBROUGH QUITS QUITSCOMMITTEE I ICOMMITTEE
I IBECAUSE
COMMITTEE BERTH BERTHBECAUSE
BECAUSE OF PAY PAYDeclares PAYDeclares
Declares He Is Entitled to toSame toSame toSame
Same Salary as Hem Hemenway Hemenway j jenway
enway enwayFAILS enwayFAILS enwayFAILS
FAILS TO EXPLAIN EXPLAINDIFFERENT EXPLAINDIFFERENrRA EXPLAINDIFFERENT
DIFFERENT DIFFERENrRA RATES RATESCommittee RATESCommittee TES TESCommittee
Committee Accepts Resignation ResignationCites ResignationCites ResignationCites
Cites Cases of MknKWho MknKWhoReceive IVLeiteWho IVLeiteWhoReceive M n Who WhoReceive
Receive ReceiveFormer 7 7O 7OFormer 00 00Former
Former Senator Henry HenryB JB Hansbrough Hansbroughof
of North Dakota has tendered his resig resignation rcslgDation resignation ¬
nation as a a member or the new Senate SenateCommittee SenateCommittee SenateCommittee
Committee on Expenditures Ex ourHares Mr Hans Hansbrough Hansbrough Hansbrough ¬
brough sent his resignation1 to the Com Committee Committee Committee ¬
mittee on Appropriations AppropriatIoT1sseveral several days daysago daysago daysago
ago but it was WM not until today t iay that his hisaction hisaction hisaction
action became Known KnownWhen knownWhen knownWhen
When the Committee on Expenditures Expenditureswas
was created shortly after President PresidentTafts PresidentraCts Presidentrafts
rafts declaration that at this was to be bean bean bean
an economical administration the mem memb membtJs membcrs
b btJs js of the th various appropriation committees com committees committees ¬
mittees who constitute the member membership membe1ship membership ¬
ship on the Committee on Expenditures Expendituresrealized Expendituresrealized Expendituresrealized
realized that the extra session would wouldrequire wouldrequire wouldrequire
require their undivided attention and andthey andthey andthey
they therefore decided to employ out outsiders outsiders outelders ¬
siders to look after the details of the thenew thenew thenew
new committee IndefinitelyAmong indefinitely indefinitelyAmong IndefinitelyAmong
Among tbo Senators wiip > retired on onMarch onMarch onMarch
March 4 were Hansbrough Hansbtoughand and Hemen Hemenway Hemenway j jway
way of Indiana Hansbrougk t bad been beena
a member of the Finance Committee Committeeand Committeeand Committeeand
and Hemenway served on appropria appropriations approprlatlons appropriations ¬
tions The members of the then newly wly oreat created oreated oreated ¬
ed committee tendered them employment employmentas
as experts Hansbrocgh and Hemen1 Hemen1way Hemen Hemenway Hemenway
way accepted and the forntpr former wont to toNorth toNorth toNorth
North Dakota to wind up some some business businessaffairs buslnossaffairs businessaffairs
affairs In order that he might remain remainIn j jin
in Washington indefinitely > Vhon heleft he heleft heleft
left he says he bad an understanding understandingwith
with tth the Appropriation Committee that thathis thathis thathis
his salary would be 5000 a aear aearUpon year yaarUpon yearUpon
Upon returning to Washington Hans Hansbrough Hansbrouih Hansbrough ¬
brough discovered that Hemenway bad hadbeen badbeen badbeen
been Installed In the offices ofj o OZ the committee com committee COInmlttE ¬
mittee at a as salary sai ry oC 750044 75 < HF y year par ar the thosame theSarno thesame
same as is that i rfealvd i elftl ivW1 W i f BUnlSwr BUnlSwrHe mm mmHe Or OrHe
He Insisted that this waS rank discrim discrimination dts diste rlm im iminatton ¬
ination and said that he was wascnUtled entitled to
7 7500 iOO as well as Hemenway HemenwaySome
Some Some of the members of the Appro Appropriations Appro1rl Appropriatlons ¬
priations 1rl t1ons Committee agreed with him himbut himbut himbut
but the majority was in favor of keep keeping keepIng keep keeping ¬
ing the two salaries larles at t the figures figuresready al already alreadY ¬
ready fixed and Hansbrough Hansbro gh was given giventhe Slv Slvthe giventhe
the alternative of taking the job at atvorite
5000 or leaving it to some other fa favonte favorite
vorite lame duck He stuck to his binguns hisguns hieguns
guns and said it was J7600 7600 or nothing nothingWhen nothingWhen nothingWhen
When he found that the Appropria Appropriadered Approprla110M Appropriations
110M Committee was unyielding he ten tendered
dered his resignation resignationcepted This hu been ac acpted accepted
cepted pted and the committee is now look looking lookIng looking ¬
ing about for some former member of ofCongress otCongreu ofCongress
Congress who needs the job jobNone jobNone b bNone
None of the members of o the Appro Appropriations Appropriatlons ¬
priations prl tlons Committee is willing to talkon talk talkon talkon
on the subject su ject or to o give any Intima Intimation Intlmatlon intimation ¬
tion as to why y they y discriminated be1 be1tween bl b r rtween I Itween
tween Hemenway and Hansbrough HansbroughHansbroughs HansbroughHansbroughs HansbroughHanebroughs
Hansbroughs friends feel that the J6GQO J6GQOwas aGOOwas 56400was
was an ftJ afro affront inasmuch as sever severmembers Hn1 Hn1members severemembers
members of Congress ongreas are now drawing
7600 annually by working for commit committees committees committees ¬
tees Former Senator Teller of Colorado Colo Colorado Colorado ¬
rado who retired last last March still stilldraws atllldraws stilldraws
draws 7100 as 8 a member of the monetary mone monetary monetaTY ¬
tary commission eomml ton and former Represen Representative Repre Representative en entatlve ¬
tative Bonynge of the same me Stato draws drawsa
a like amount for assisting Mr Teller
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ADMIRAL COUNT u URIU
MANYREPORTED MANYREPORTEDKILLED J MANY I REPORTED REPORTEDKILLED REPORTEDKltLED
KILLED IN IK WRECKMissouri IKMissouri REUK REUKMissouri
Missouri Pacific Fast Mailin MailinSmashup 11ailinSmashup Mail in inSmashup
Smashup Near Kan Kansas Kansas Kansas
sas Ci CiKANSAS City CityKANSAS CityKANSAS
KANSAS CITY May lay MITho Ilhe Mis Missouri ML9sourl MIsswirl ¬ =
swirl PacUie fast mail train tn II Xo No7 7 from frontSt fromSt fromSt
St Louis to Kansas Xa a City elt ity was wrecked wreckedeast wreckedeast wreckedeut
east of Independence Ind this morning
The extent of the damage danuL < < e Is not notknown notknown notknown
known A number are reported killed killedCHARGED klUedCHARGED
CHARGED WITH ARSON ARSONPASSAIC ARSONPASSAIC ARSONPASSAIC
PASSAIC N J J May 2IPhUlpiGold 2IPhUlpiGoldberg 2Philip Philip Gold Goldberg Goldberg ¬
berg and Benjamin Weiner were arrest arrested ¬
ed here charged with attempted arson arsonThe arsonThe arsonThe
The complaint was made by Patrolman PatrolmanDo n nDe
De Groat who said he discovered the themen themen themen
men in a bam owned by Morris Rinsler Rinslerpouring Rlnslerpouring Rinslerpouring
pouring oil over two horses hora A fuse was wasfound waefound wasfound
found leading through the door The Themen Themen Themen
men were held helwithout without bail
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The Feminine c Damon andPythias andPythiasAre and Pyth PythAre Pythias PythiasAre 0
Are revealed reve lled by b the story of the fight for f or freedom waged wagedby wagedby wagedby
by a society matron with the aid of one woman friend friendwhich friendwhich friendwhich
which will be beTold beTold
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Told 0 by W H WILLIAMSON WILLIAMSONIn 1 1In
In Tomorrows TomorrowsSunday TomorrowsSunday
Sunday Evening Edition of The Timesp Times rimesWHEN
p HEN a handsome young matron o of the smart set is cast into a mad madhouse madhouse madhouse
WHEN house by her relatives the interest and sympathy o of every everyone one is isw isarollsed isp
p pr praroused w aroused arousedWhen arollsedWh arousedWhen
When Wh n this woman wealthy in her own right and receiving 500 a week ali alimony alimony alimony ¬
mony from her divorced husband is rescued from her torturers by one o of themost the themost themost
most attractive of o Americas merica s actresses the story becomes thrilling in the intensity intensityof
of o its interest interestWhen interestWhen interestWhen
When the society matron and the actress form a friendship that is the mod modern3 modern modern
ern3 ern feminine equivalent for or that of o Damon and Pythias and when they unite in inthe inthe inthe
the effort to secure possession of o the mothers little boy vital throbbing present presentday presendday presetday
day news comes into the remarkablejstory remarkablejstoryf
f This is the bare outline of o the true story of o the frightening life of o Mrs MrsTom AtJrsTom MrsTom
Tom Pierce the divorced wife o of the young Boston Bostonmillionaire1 Bostonmillionaire1ccTom millionaire Tom Pierce Pierceis
is to marry Gabrielle Dexter of o New York in August Mrs Pierce Pi rG does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not want her successor in her husbands affections to have possession of o her child childAdele childAdele childAdele
Adele Ritchie the actress who rescued Mrs Pierce from a mad house is workingwith workingwith working vorkingwith
with the mother to obtain possession of o the child Miss Ritchie is in her Phila Philadelphia P Philadelphia hila hiladelphia ¬
delphia home Mrs Pierce is is at Beverly Farm Mass Both are well known in inWashington inWashington in inWashington
Washington The story is one of o the most unusual and vivid of o the day It is isboth isboth isboth
both news and romance
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SEES JAPAN ALLY ALLYOF ALLYoF ALLYINAR
OF oF AMERICA MERIC INIBAdmiral INIB INARAdmiral NW R RAdmiral
Admiral Declares United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Britain and Nip Nippon Nippon Nippon
pon CouldBeat Could B Beat at World WorldWar V rld rldWar
War Why if war does come I ex expect exp expoet ¬
poet p cttosee to see the United States Statesr England Englandand Englandand Englandand
and Japan lined up against the other otherworld otherworld otherworld
world powers These three thro countries countriesrepresent countriesrepresent countriesrepresent
represent all that Is best in the life lifeof lifeot lifeof
of the world If the day should ever evercome evercomo evercome
come when the United States needs an anally anally anally
ally she will find Japan ready and will willing wiUIngto willlag ¬
lag Ingto to fight for her to the last lastThis lastThis lastThis
This statement was made today by byAdmiral hyAdmlral byAdmiral
Admiral the Baron SotokJchl Uriu chief chiefof chl chiefof t tof
of staff of the Japanese navy and ore oreof oneof oreof
of Nippons great naval heroes come cometo COB1to cometo
to the United States bearing messages messagesof
of peace and good will willhis his presence presencehere presencehere presencehere
here intended as an assurance that war warbetween waretwe warbetween
between etwe n his country and this is among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the remote probabilities probabilitiesExpressions probabIlItiesExpressions probabilitiesExpressions
Expressions of this peaceful p lCetul mission missionwill mlsslonwUJ
will 11 be forthcoming today when Ad Admiral Admlral Admiral ¬
miral Uriu visits the scene of his days daysas
as a cadet at the AmericanNaval American Naval Acad Academy Aoadomy Academy ¬
emy at Annapolis a training thatserved that thatserved thatserved
served him so well when he facd thebattleships the thebattleships thobattleshrps
battleships of Russia in in the battle of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Sea of Japan His education was waareceived waJreoolved wasreceived
received in American schools and ho howas bewas hawas
was graduated from the Naval Academy Academywith AClJqemywith Academywith
with the class of 1881 along with Repre Representative RpprGsentaUve Representative ¬
sentative J W Weeks ol Massachu Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts ¬
setts Col J E Mahoney Commander CommanderW
W V W White U S N Constructor JIL J JH 1 1H
H Llnnard U 8 N Col C H Lauc Lauchalmer Laueh Lauchcimer
halmer h imer U S M C Capt Charles CharlesStewart CharlesStewart CharlesSteevart
Stewart Col T G Prince and LJeut LJeutCol LleutCol LieutCol
Col H C Haines U S M C Theso Thesomen The6U The6Umen Tmesumen
men all of whom have attained high highrank highrank highrank
rank will tonight gather at the annual annualbanquet annualbanquet annualbanquet
banquet of the class of 81 with Admiral AdmiralUriu AdmlridUrlu AdmirsIUrtn
Uriu as guest of honor The party will willleave wUlleave willleave
leave Washington for Annapolis this af afternoon afternoon attotnoon ¬
ternoon on a special car over the Wash Washisgton Washiegton Vashlugton
isgton Baltimore and Annapolis rail railway raUway railway ¬
way wayThe wayThe wayThe
The admiral before leaving for Annapolis An Annapolis ¬ i inapo1Js
napolis paid his respects respe ts to Secretary Secretaryof Secreta i j joC
of the Navy Meyer Me er in company with withBaron withBaron withBaron
Baron Takahira the Japanese ambassa ambassador ambassador ambassador ¬
dor He also called upon officials of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the State and War Departments DepartmentsAmong DepartmentsAmong DepartmentsAmong
Among tho strongest of Admiral AdmiralUriaa AdmiralUrI AdmiralUri
Uriaa UrI i s attachments in this country is isthat Isthat isthat
that with the Rev j 1 H Broadford of o
1758 Park road this thl < 1 city who was the theJapanese theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese officers first schoolmaster in inAmerica inAmerica InAmerica
America Dr Bradford conducted a amilitary amUltan amilitary
military academy at New Haven Conn Connand Connand Connand
and It was this school in which Admiral
Uria prepared for the Naval Academy
The former teacher now retired fromactive from fromactive frumactive
active educational edu tlonal work was among amongthe
the first to greet Baron and Baroness
Ural last night when they arrived in inWashington InWashington inWashington
Washington and took their quarters at
the New Willard WillardBaroness WillardBIloness WillardBaroness
Baroness Uriu la herself a product of ofan ofan ofan
an American school having been grad graduated graduatoo graduated ¬
uated from Vassar thirty years ears ago agoAmong agoAmong agoAmong
Among the social Ial attentions to be paid paidher paidher paidher
her during her stay will be a reunion
In her honor at Vassar Vas Bar next week weekFAINTS weekF weekFAINTS
FAINTS F INTS ON WHARF WHARFFALLS WHARFFALLS WHARFFALLS
FALLS TO DEATH DEATHElla
Ella Jones colored fortyfive years yearsold yoarold yearsold
old of 3069 First street southwest was wasselaed wasseized i < D3 D3Ized
seized Ized with a fainting spell this morn morning mornIng mornIng ¬
ing while standing on a wharf at the thefoot thefoot thefoot
foot of U street southwest fell into the theE3stern thoE theEastern
Eastern E 8tern Branch and was drowned Tho Thobony Thobo Thebody
bony bo was recovered by John Murdock Murdockof
of 337 N street southwest and later was wastaken wa wataken wastaken
taken to tho morgue mOfl Ue s
TRANSIT EMPLOYES EMPLOYESSTRIKE EMPLOYESSTRIKE
STRIKE IN QUAKER QUAKERCITY QUAKERCITY
CITY CARS STONED STONEDPassengers STONEDPassengers
Passengers and Crews Fleefor Flee Fleefor Fleefor
for LivesRiot Lives LivesRiotCalI LivesRiotCalISent Riot Call CallSent CallSent
Sent to Police PoliceWALKOUT PoliceWALKOUT PoliceWALKOUT
WALKOUT ORDERED ORDEREDEARLY QRDEREDEARLY ORDEREDEARLY
EARLY THIS MORNING MORNINGMen
Men Say Fact That City Is Partner Partnerin PartnerStiff
in Company Means MeansFight Stiff StiffFight StiffFight
Fight on o n Them ThemPHILADELPHIA ThemPHILADmLPHIA ThemPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA May 29 29Tha The union unionemployes unionemp10yes unionemployes
employes of the Philadelphia Ph sdelp1t1a Rapid RapidTransit RapidTransit RapidTransit
Transit system quit work early this thismorning llilsmorning thismorning
morning and although cars are being beingoperated beingoperated beingoperated
operated on many of the central lines linesof linesof linesof
of the system the service is irregular irregularand irregularand irregularand
and has practically come to a standstill standstillIn
In North Philadelphia and other subur suburban suburban suburban ¬
ban sections sectionsDisorder sectionsDisorder
Disorder was one of the early Iy features featuresof
of the situation situationA
A big crowd of strike sympathizers sympathizersmobbed sympatblzersmobbed sympathizersmobbed
mobbed a car at Fiftyfirst street and andGirard andGirard andGlrard
Girard avenue driving out the Passengem passen passengers passenger5and ¬
gem ger5and and demolishing the car One Onearrest Onearrest Onearrest
arrest was made At Sixtieth street and andMarket andlrlarket andMarket
Market street a crowd of thirty strike strikesupporters strlkfJupporters strikeeupportera
supporters attaokod a car and drove off offthe ot otthe offthe
the crew They then boarded the car earand carand carand
and ran It out Market street No police policewere policewere policewere
were at hand to protect the crew crewThere crewThere crewThere
There was a more serious demonstra demonstration demons demonstion demonstrtion ¬
tion at Fiftyfifth Ff tYfifth street and Girard Girardavenue Girardfvenue Girardavenue
avenue where a crowd of 5000 surfbunded sur surffiunded sur suriOunded
ffiunded a a car and attacked the crew crewStones crew crewStones crewStones
Stones were thrown and attempts were weremade weremade weremade
made to wreck the car A detail of BO BOllce 10Uee p0lice
lice dispersed the mob before any dam damage damage damage ¬
age was done doneThe doneThe doneThe
The symptoms of disorder In various varioussections varioussections varioussections
sections are causing the police to con consider cOJ1sider conelder ¬
sider closing the saloons throughout tlje tljecity t1o t1ocity tilocity
city cityAssistant
Assistant Superintendent CXLeary < fol following following following ¬
lowing the Girard avenue trouble said saidif saldIf saidIf
if there was any more es evidence eld ldance nCe of a ariotous ariotous ariotous
riotous spirit the saloons lQons would ba baclosed b bclosed beclosed
closed this tl s afternoon afternoonThe afternoonfhe afternoonl
The l he entire police and fire fighting fightingforee fightingforee fightingtorso
foree Is mobilized for action a t1Qn and policeprotection police policeprdtecUqn policePrOJect1
protection n has b s been > een gjyenig vdn 6LS i all 1l car carbarns carbarns ar arbar
< barns bar s Elaborate Et P t1te pr pTecautfonb prose ttt1UUonk itlonh have been beentaken beentaken beentaken
taken torJtlflplfigr to1t eptbe V1 subway uit ay and elevated elevatedlines elevatedlinen lavated lavatedJines
lines tn operation operationPoliaemerr Pdlicemeri are are re onguard on onguard onguard
guard at allthe aU thest the statlofsAnti statlofsAntihires stations uons 1 and nn ttes tteslines the2 the2e8
lines e8 seem se m to be running as usual usualCenter wn usualCenter aJ aJCenter
Center Unaffectsi UnaffectsiIn J JIn
In the central part of the th town at t 11 11oclock 110910ck 11oclock
oclock this morning It would be evI evldcpced evIdEfced evidenced
dcpced denced only to a Philadelphian Phl adolphlan that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there was any considerable consld considcr = bie Jl number of ofcars ofcars ofcara
cars out of coimnlsa0vu On Chestnut Chestnutstreet Ches Chestnutstreet 1ut 1utstreet
street there was at least J ast a car to t a ablocks abloeltl a ablock
blocks block and they were well filled filledAt filledAt filledAt
At a a guess it appears a pears that half of the theservice theservice theservice
service was out of commission commissionThe
The Frankford Fra ord lines ware tied up be before betore before ¬
fore noon and everyone who bad > > ad been beenbetween beenbetween beenbetween
between Frankford and Kensington Kensingtonwalked Kensingtonwalked Kensingtonwalked
walked It was apparent that the con conditions conditions conditions ¬
ditions were becoming more general and andthat andthat anddthat
that many cars were being abandoned abandonedby
by their crews The Chester avenue line linehowever Unshowever linehowever
however which did ld not operate early earlythis earlYthis earlythis
this morning was running cars < < ars at 11 11oclock noclock 11oclock
oclock Squads of police massed at atFortyninth atFortyninth atFortyninth
Fortyninth street strO t and Chester avenue avenueand avenueand avenueand
and on Baltimore and Woodland ave ayenue avenues v vnue ¬
nue kept the crowds moving movingWilliam movingW11llam movingWilliam
William Roehner secretary of the theCarmens theCarmens theCarmens
Carmens Union says all the the men ex except except cxcept ¬
cept 1000 are out At the offices of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company it is declared that less than thanonehalf thanonehalt thanonehalf
onehalf of the lines are affected affectedDirector affectedDirector affectedDirector
Director Clay in a statement issued issuedthis Issuedthis issuedthis
this morning claims to have absolute absolutecontrol abs absolutecontrol lute lutecontrol
control of the situation situationMeet situationMeet situationMeet
Meet Near Barns BarnsLast BarnsLast BarnsLast
Last night largely attended meetings meetingswere meetingswere meetingswere
were held near the ear barns in every everysection overysootion everysection
section of the city and the men evi evidently evIdently evidently ¬
dently were all in favor of going out outThere outThere outThere
There was a remarkable absence of disorder dis disorder d1sorder ¬
order and In spite of the thousands of ofpolicemen ofpollcemen ofpolicemen
policemen stationed at every meeting meetinghall meetinghall meetinghall
hall not a single arrest was made madeThe madeThe madeThe
The lines running into the Ridge Rldgeavo Rldgeavonue avenue ave avenue ¬
nue and the Twentyseventh street and andGirard andGirard andGirard
Girard avenue barns were the first to be benotified benotlfled benotified
notified and then the one at Sixteenth Sixteenthand Sixteenthand Sixteenthand
and Jackson streets followed followedAt
At the Girard avenue barns no night nightcars nightcars nightcars
cars started the men as they reported reportedbeing reportedbeing reportedbeing
being told of the orders and refusing to totake totake totake
take their cars out On most of the theother W Wother theother
other lines the owls were not af affected afCected affected ¬
fected but the men all allstated stated chat no noday noday noday
day cars would go out ou today todayAt todayAt todayAt
At 8 oclock the morning It was cad estimated estlmated cadmated ¬
mated that at least twothirls of the thesurface thesurface
surface lines of the city were tied up upIn upIn upIn
In the downtown section a few ars are arerunning arerunning arerunning
running on Chestnut Cbe tnut Market aid also alsuon alsoon alsoon
on the Tenth and Bleveath Bleve th street cross crosstown crosstown crosstown
town lines
Trains In Subway SubwayTrains SubwayTrains SubwayTrains
Trains are running on the subway subwayline sl1bwayUne subwayline
line but are expected to be tied up be before before before ¬
fore the end of U the > day dayOn dqOn dayOn
On some of the long rune the men menhave menhave menhave
have not yet received the strike notice noticeThe noticeThe noticeThe
The leaders say all win not be notified notifiedbefore notifiedbefore notifiedbefore
before noon and when the order is gen generally generaJly generally ¬
erally understood a complete tieup of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the surface lines will 111 have been accent accomplished accoInPl accentpushed ¬
pushed plishedThere Pl pushedThere
There Therewhom are UW trolley trot employee of ofwhom t twhom
whom 3tt are claimed aa members of ofthe orthe ofthe
the union The men have been be n receiving receiv receivine receJving
ing 31 l cants an hour and the demand is isfor Istor isfor
for 26 cents and the privilege of pur purchasing purchasing purchasing ¬
chasing uniforms in the t open market marketan marketRecently marketRecently
Recently the company offered the men menan menan
an increase of 1 cent per hour which whichwas whichw whichwan
was w wan flatly refusedPolitics refused refusedPolitics retuHdPolitics
Politics is said to play playa a large pa pain part partIn pat1In
In the strike The Philadelphia RapidTransit RapidTransit Rapid RapidTransit
Transit Company Is a holding concern concernhaving concernbavlng concernhaving
having taken over the many street atr et car carlines carlines carlines
lines of th the city and guaranteeing guarantM1 divi dividends dividends dividends ¬
dends in som some ease as high as 8 15 per percent percent percent
cent centRecently
centReeently Recently the city entered into a co copartnership copartnership copartnership ¬
partnership with tth th the he company com pan by which whichthe whichtJe whichthe
the former is to reap reapafter certain dividends dividendsafter dlVldlndXalter
after payment of a certain percentage percentageon percentagoon
on the regular stock The city govern government government government ¬
ment has two representative on the theboard thebUfVd thebeard
board of director one ne of whom WOft is themayor the themayor themayor
mayorThis mayor mayorThis
This feature the trolley men claim claimincreases claimInre claimincreases
Inre increases the efforts of the government governmentin
in breaking the he strike

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