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Many Are Hurt in Clash at atLeague atLeague atLeague
League Island Navy NavyYard NavyYaid NavyYard
4 Most Serious Mixup Since Incep Inceptionof InceptionofStrik InceptionofStrikeBribeiy ¬
tionof tionofStrik tionofStrikeBribeiy Strike Bribery Charges ChargesFlying ChargesFlying ChargesFlying
PHILADBTPHIA PHILADJDr HIA June 3 So 2A A mob of ofseventyfive ots ofsventyftve
seventyfive s workmen attacked a tr trelley trelleycar txiIeYcar Hey Heycar
car at League Island I Navy Yard this thismorning thismornln thismorning
morning mornln and in a tight that foHowed foHowedseveral toUowfdseveral toUowedseveral
several persons were seriously Injured InjuredPolice InjuredPolice InJuredPoIIce
Police guards on the car were unable unableto
to j cope wtth the mob and it was nec necessary necessary necessary ¬
essary to call out the marine guard on onduty onduty ondutY
duty at the gates of the yard yardIn yardIn yardIn
In the battle the police were forced to toshoot tosboot toshoot
shoot their pistols and the mob mem members memb xnembrs ¬
bers b rs hATed bricks and other missiles missilesThis mlsetlesThis mIeIleThis
This is lsthe the moat serious s rJous riot sinee the thebeginning thebeginning thebeginning
beginning of the strike against ag lnst the Phil Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelpbla ¬
adelphia Rapid Transit Compeny five fivedays fivedays fivedays
days ago agoAlthough agoAlthoughthere agoAlthOughthere
Although Althoughthere there are mere ears miming mimingtoday rua rtatIntoday tng tngtoday
today than at any an time since the inqpp inqpption 1n 1ntlon inCption
tion of the strike the strikers claim claimthat lalmthat 1aimthat
that they have the strjke won wonHolding wonH wonHIthng
Holding H lding ilL L Men MenThey MenThey MenThey
They are heWing the L road men In Inreserve inreserve n nreserve
reserve and Timothy Healy president presidentof
of the International Brotherhood of Sta Stationary Stationary ¬
1 tionary Firemen stands stan nda ready to call callout callout callout
out the Rapid Transit Tnmsltfireman fireman firem who be belong b blong blong ¬
long to his uukw uukwI
I am here for peace or war aZ to toarbitrate toarbitrate toarbitrate
arbitrate or fight IB I the way Healy Healyputs BoalYputs floalyputs
puts it itCharges ItCharges it itCharges
Charges of attempted bribery have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been made by the street railway strik strikers strtkera strikera ¬
era leaders leadersC C O Pratt chairman of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th national executive board of the Car CarMens CarMens CarMens
Mens Union who is hero ero in command commandof
of the strike made the statement that thathe tbtLthe thath0
he had been offered o ered 526000 to give up the theleadership theleadership theleadership
leadership of the strikers and leave the thecity thedty thecity
city cityThis This statement was denied by the theRapid theRapid theRapid
Rapid Trmttsit T ttstt C Cpinjwiy 1qpany officials as also afeowas aJ alsowas o oIf
If was anoif anotir aflO 3 chazga of f attempted d brib bribery bribery wtbely ¬
ery by appther pther union u ion man who saldl saldlbe sal4he ak akhe
he hart bairn bec offered M 1JIH by a a adetective trau traudetective tnuntfc tnuntfcdetective
detective TO otn indtee fnd ee the strikers uiko Q theWIDew the theWillow thaWiftew
Willow Gree Gr line to return to vtI1tr1cThere wrk wrkThere TiL TiLThere
There are still persistent rumors ro that thatice tbatIce thatIce
ice wagon 4rlvers and other oer unions are aregoing aregoing aregoing
going out 1n w sympathy with the car carmen carmen oarmen
men but these the e cannot be verlSeS verlSeSArbitration verlf a aArbitration dArbitration
Arbitration Demanded DemandedQuick DetnandeQuick
Quick Qui k arbitration of the strike is d dmandod dmanded ds dsntandd
mandod today by the business men fl flthe < if ifthe f fthe
the city cIt While Witlletne ThII the union leaders ders derspress fpt fptpress ttfxpress
press a willingness 8 to arbitrate the thodtt thodttfiM1IUes Dif Difficulties dif difficuitles ¬
ficulties the company is against such suchaction suchaction tlchaction
action actionThe actionThe actionThe
The demand of the Carmens Union Unionwhich Unionwhl Unionwhich
which whl h were wererefue refuted d arbitration by the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company are areRecognition a areRecognftioi e eRecognitJoR
Recognition of the union by the com company company cornpany ¬
pany PrtvfIge of purchasing purdla lng uniforms uniformsin
in n the open market not less than nine ninehours nlnehours nineiours
hours nor more than tan hour houn5 to con constitute cop copstitute constitute ¬
stitute a days work and workingperiod working workfngperiod workingperiod
period to b > completed completedwtUttn within twelve twelvehours twelvehours twet twethours
hours each day time tlmeand and a half to be bepaid bepaid bepaid
paid for extra work arbitration of all allfuture aUtutur allfuture
future disagreements dlsa eemenUJ the men to select selectnne selectrne selectrne
rne and andUe the company to select one onearbitrator onearbitrator onearbitrator
arbitrator and those two 10 to select ael t a atJilrd atnlrd athird
third tJilrdThey tnlrdThey thirdThey
They also ask a fair hearing hearln for men mensuspended mensuspended mnr
r suspended or discharged and reinstate reinstatement reln reinstatenent tte ttement ¬
ment with pay for employee found to bg bgunjustly b bunjustly bunjustly
unjustly drepped MotormeR8Jtd Motetmen and con conductors 00ftductors conductors ¬
ductors to be paid H cl 25 5 cent an hour hourThe hourThE hourI
The I he present rate ie 1 S cents centsThe ceRtsThe centsTue
The company ha baa thus thu far f2 absolutely absolutelyrefused ab aboluteIyrefused oIutelY oIutelYrefused
refused to see the union men or con eonEider consider conEIder
Eider the demands and every man who whostruck Whoatruck whostruck
struck automatically discharged him himself himaelt himself ¬
self from the service of the company comp ay
Trouble is t expected ex ted in the r mnkiord Prsnkf4suburb > rankf mnkiordsuburb r4 r4Juburb
suburb this thl afternoon wnen the Phila Philadelphia Phlmdelphla Philadeiphia ¬
delphia Rapid Transit Company will at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to run cars from that MoUor MoUormanned Mouenmanned souenmanned
manned by strikebreakers from New NewYork Ne NeYork NewYork
York Trolley traffic to that section secttotihas sectionhas sectiouhas
has bee nUde up for five days daysFour daysFour daysFour
Four hundred aad fifty Jltt strikebreakerswill trikebreakerswill strikebreakers
will arrive here late this afternoon afternoonand atternooaIlnd
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and will b be escorted e eorted to the Fnuikford Fnuikfordrar
rar barns > y a squad of police Th Thcompany The Thet Thecompany
company t > announces that just as soon soonas soonss
as these strikebreakers st arrive every one oneof on onof oneof
of the 8 rventyfive < cars ear that make up upthe upIlie
the 1 he normal quota housed in that barn barnwill barnwiiJ barnwi1
will be put in operation operationThe operationThe operationThe
The men to arrive this afternoon are areeaid aresaid aresaid
said to be men of experience In time timeflf tim timof timesif
flf if strike The company will use us 2M IO of oithem ofthem ofthem
them in the Frankford barr where wheretent wheretenUi wheretents
tent have been erected l for tjeir J ielr ir ac accommodation aecommodat1ca accommodatics ¬
commodation commodationThe
The other 860 1 will be used UM I in other Qtherquarten etherquarters otherQuarters
Quarters of otthe the city cityWEATHER eltyWEATHER cityWEATHER
Moderately warm weather continue continuethroughout eo continuesthrouglout tlnu tlnuthroucholJ
throughout the Middle Mld le Atlantic and andSouth IUNIS ejidSouth
South S < > uth Atlantic AtJan 1e States and the Middle MiddleWest 1II1d4JeWest middleWest
West and high temperatures are arerepetted arereported aam aamreported
reported from the extreme So SouU1Ii SouU1IiThe outkt outktThe troStt troSttThe
The weather we ter will be unsettled uu ttW ttWtAlnlgt dr drtftftight dssxfttg dssxfttgtntght
tftftight aad Thursday over tM th Ba Baand JDa8t8m JDa8t8mand tesn tesnand
and Southern State tatas the upper u Ohio Ontovalley Ohiovalle Ohiovalley
valley valle and IIII the lower lake regton wf wflocal with within withareas
local in 1 areas of precipitation te fargloos UK UKregions thee theegIonL
regions regionsFORECAST rgloosoORBCAST gIonL gIonLFORECAST
Partly cloudy and cmtinitid pUa vntrat wai to tonight tonight toright
night and Thursday Hgni t modarati modarativariable ssoderatvartabie te tevariabie
variable wind windTF wIndaI wIndaam
9 a am amj m I
9 a TO TOlo
lo j a m mH 0 11
11 a m ml mJ
12 l noon DOOAi noon1pm
2 i 3pm 1 1pm 1pm3pm p p g m ra II IISUN
Sun rise riseSun 4 4Sun
Sun acts ta II IIt IITIDE
Today TodaHi TodayHigh High h tide 838 61 a to m and 717 717U 717p
U 1 m Low tidn tid 1247 a m and 1 121 J p aaTomorrow aa IlLTomorT n nTomorrowHigh
Tomorrow TomorT TomorrowHigh wHlgh High tide > 1 2 a m and and7r
7 7r 8 p m Low tide Ud 21 a m and 112 112p 112p
p m
HARPERS FERRY W Va v June 2 2enanda
Phenandcah enanda clear and Potomac slight ¬
ly cloudy cloudyC
Midshipman Hugh R Van Deboe Has Invitations Invita ion Out Outand Outand Outand
and May Have to Recall Them Following FollowingSecretary FollowingSecretary FollowingSecretary
Secretary Meyers Order
ANNAPOLIS Md MqJune June 2 2The The new newanrter DOWmer neworder
order prohibiting 1J OlibltlnJ the marriage of mid midshipmen mldlpman midshtpmen ¬
shipmen lpman until the completion of the thefull theMI thefd1
full six ix yeoars was promulgated at the theAcademy theAoadomy theAcademy
Academy this morning It excited the theWidest thevJdosJ thewklost
Widest interest and placed at least lea t one onemidshipman oneml onemidshipman
midshipman ml ahipman Hugh R Van Deboe D b e In Inan Inan inan
an embarrassing position po Jtlon as invitations invitationsfor
for his wedding on June S have betm is issued fssued Issued ¬
sued suedIt suedIt suedit
It may be that an exception ma m1 bo bomade 1itGmade bemade
made irt this instance The general generaliaellng gonlralooIln generalfeeling
feeling ooIln among ong officers hero is that the theorder theorder theorder
order Is a wise one and the conditions conditionsbringing oondlUonsbringing conditionsbringing
bringing It about are well understood understoodIt
It is held that midshipmen who will not notreceive notreceive notreceive
receive their commissions as ensigns ensignsfor enafGI8tor
for two years are not in position finan financially AnanolaJly finanIaJly ¬
cially to assume the responsibilities of ofmarriage ofmarrIage ofmarriage
marriage marriageAfter marrIageMtor marriageAfter
After leaving the Academy the mid midshipmen midshipmen midshlpmen ¬
shipmen must spend two years at t sea seaDuring seaDuring seaDuring
During this time they are still midship midshipmen midshipmen midshipmen ¬
men without rank although sometimes sometimestermed sometimestermed sometimestermed
termed graduate midshipmen to dte dteDOG diaDOG dliDOG
I IIndignant
Indignant at Failure of Po Police Police Police ¬
lice to Detect Cul Culprits Culpri Culprits ¬
prits pritsIndignant pri priInc1I pritsIndIgaiit
Indignant Inc1I antat a atth ithQfailfire hefall failifi re of th the peHea peHeatft iHtllct6
tft make makt arjy a spe Sp speJal < flai l effort eff rt to get some aomaclue sOr sOrclue someclue
clue to tnthe the identity oftha or the person or orpersons orpBfSonswho orpersons
persons pBfSonswho who are responsible for the thewholesale thewholesatepohronlng thewholesah
wholesale wholesatepohronlng poisoning o ftl f dogs in the vicin vicinity vIcinity vicinity ¬
ity of Eleventh street and New York Yorkavenue Yorkavenue Yorkavenue
avenue residents of tile neighborhood neighborhoodare
are up In n arms and summary punish punishment punlskment punishment ¬
ment will likely be meted out to the theculprit theculprIt theculprit
culprit if he is detected throwing pote poteoned pobioned polioned
oned meat about the street streetFour streetFour streetFour
Four more dogs were ere found dead in inthe inili Inthe
the ili streets slre ts this morning mornln from eating satiitgfood eatingfood U g gfO
food fO d wJIch contained arsenic Jrtore Jrtorethan 71orethan Iore Ioretban
than tw tw1PtyfiV niyfly animals ha have lBve e been beenfcfHod beeI1JfMl been3eNod
fcfHod JfMl imtbjs tWmanit manner r in thl thllfctlea this ssgtisa egtl of ofthe ottho ofthe
the cttywiaiin ctty wUJ ln the last paw tow Cewa vtmit xA xAa
a mysterioas feature foatll e of o Iu the th c case s te the thefact Utefact thefact
fact that no one has hasdl discovered covered the themotive thenwUv theraotiyo
motive motiveMeat nwUvMeat raotiyoMeat
Meat Meat bread and cake have been scat scattered scattell seattarad ¬
tell about the streets and alleys pro promiscuously promiscuously ro romi ¬
miscuously mi euously and several valuable dogs dogsliave do dohave dogshave
have been Killed This morning the thebody tb tbbody thebody
body of a dead dog wan found OR 0 top topoC topor topof
oC a stone Bile Ue at Eleventh and I Istreets 1streets Istreets
streets There was waseverylRdleaUon every indication of ofi ofthe ofthe
i the animal having 1ed from arsenic arsenicpoisoning ar arsenicpoisoning enic enicpoltOtting
poisoning and children playing in the thestreet thetr thestreet
street tr tlater later discovered some poisoned poisonedmeal poI poisonedmaul oned onedmeal
meal buried in rnthe the stone pile
If these critics of Mrs Mathew Xt aw T TScott TScott TScott
Scott within the ranks of the Daughters Daughtersof Diutenof
of the u American Revolwtkm R Bev v lU hitleS 1i who are aredisposed aredlspOeed arediSposed
disposed to 1 reeent her appointments ts to tothe tothe tothe
the committee on supervision sup8lVl lon assume assumethat aeMimethat assumethat I
that the new president general intends intendsto Intendto
to conciliate them they are 18 likely to tobe tobe tobe i
be disappointed There will be no com compromise compromise cornpromise ¬
promise on Mrs Scotts part according accordingto
to Mrs Mabel G Swormatedt Sw rm tedt secretary secretarygeneral secretarygenecal eeretarygen6lal
general who was one of the president presidentgenerals pr presidentgenerals dent dentgenerals
generals conspicuous supporters Bup orteI in the therecent therecent therecent
recent factional fight for control of the theorganization theorganization theorganization
organization Mrs Scott has acted actedOwnership actedWAR actedWAR
Ownership of Crete May In Involve Involve Invoive ¬
volve Nations in An Another Another Another ¬
CONSTANTINOPLE J June a J 2Turlt 2TurltcJlpIomaUi tTurklab TurkI TurkIMi
Mi diplomats are fearful today that the thetuetioa tbeqIIN thetipestion
tuetioa qIIN O of the ewn ownership w raltlp p of the Woo ietaiidof
of Crete will InvOlve Ift v the t country afdn afdnin dn dn1M
in s Hli0U8 riou trouble with Greece Who Whoetisli he heertat e ecma
ertat will arise rille July 1 when the Jut luatf Jutvf lasttf
vf > f th tM International In troop troo are with withdrawn w1tbdraw withdrawn ¬
drawn drawnTIM drawTM drawnTb
TIM Tb adviser of Sultan Melmed etmed V Vetemoring Vue Vare
ue etemoring for the strengthening of ofTorK ofTarkeys ofTurkeys
TorK Turkeys 7r8 power OW4t in Crete an a means of ofpflpubuizinjj ofIHlpaJutzlnr ofppalrlZing
pflpubuizinjj the tJ e now Turkish regime regimeT regimeTo
T To permit any an Turtttsh aggr a aggreson mon Oft in inCrete InCrete inCrete
Crete wo WoUld W probably mean the deport deporttlon depoMuon doposttion
tlon of King George of Greece GreeceCrete GreeceCrete GreeceCrete
Crete te an autonomous autonomoua state under underthe un4erUte underthe
the suzerainty of Tutdcey The Tb h hJb hJbcommner bcommt0Ofler gto gtooomsnteatoner
oomsnteatoner of the itWnd Iftnd however howevernamed to tonamed Isnamed
named by the King or Greece under 1iU4 1iU4decaton < < a adecMon adecision
decision of C Great Britain Bvulda BvuldaFraRce BwtJlaJrra BUDIFrance
France Jrra ee and Italy w which teh powers powe for the thetaet theItYJt thelast
last twelve years eera have Jointly looked af after alter attar ¬
ter th thl interet of the island This Thtesupervision Tb18uporylalon Thissupervision
supervision will end on July 1 when whenTurkey whenTurkey whenTurkey
Turkey will demand practical owner ownership ownerIhlp ownership ¬
ship of the Island
tlnguMt t1 ht them from those still at t the ItheAeddemy theAettd theAsederny
Aeddemy Aettd tn7 During those two years Y6QrSitItQ Y6QrSitItQreceive tHey tHeyreceive theyreCeive
receive about l4 14cIoper I4O < 0 per annum a a sum sumdeemed sumdeemed sUmdeemed
deemed insufficient to support a awhen wife wifewhen I Iwhen
when the expenses of uniforms UlJfQrmSIDe UlJfQrmSIDebUts mass massWlls moeebills
bUts clothes cl thes and andbthor other things are con considered QQ1sldered conshlored ¬
sidered In addition to thematter the m matter ttor of ofsmall ofsmall f I Ismall
small salary it is said tht jnany zny mid midshipman ml mlshlpm8rl1 midshlpmca ¬
shipman graduate In debt debt and lpda a a large largftamount largtla largeamount
amount a ountl8 Is necessary nec y for thj th first outfit outfltafter outfitafter outfitatter
after graduation graduationPermission graduationPerD1l graduat1onPermission
Permission PerD1l lon to marry has his been jjivon g On In Inspecial Inspeolal inspecial
special jtastances JD tnces In tho posl by bythtl th4 thO de department department dopartmErnt ¬
partment and there have been a raw to Ih Ihstancos I lstances l lstance
stance where marriages took tookp1ac8 tookp1ac8wIthout place placawithout placewithout
without the midshipmen applying for forpermlcwlon torperml forpermission
permission perml lon One case Is known where wherea
a midshipman carried on his lilahs ians de despite despite dospite ¬
spite tile refusal retulof of permission and It is isunderstood isunderstoed isunderstood
understood that no action was w s later latertaken lat latertaken r rtaken
taken fey 1 the depratmont In InlnstJInco InlnstJIncowhere instances instanceswhere instanceswhere
where the desired permission was given giventhe glenthe giyenthe
the department dop rtment generally satisfied saUsfi d itself itselfthat lt Ithelfthat lf lftbt
that either the midshipman or his hlsln hlslnContinued 4n 4nContinued jnContinued
Continued o oi i Sixth Slx h Page PageIT pageRIOT PageRIOT
California Strikers Armed ArmedWith ArmedWith ArmedWith
With Winchester Rifles Riflesand RiflesandJynalnite RiflesandDynainite
and andJynalnite andDynainiteSACRAMEO Dynamite DynamiteSACRAMll
SACRAMll SACRAMEO rilQ Cal June 2 2FVQ 2FVQoentllDles 2Pivaosespenles Flvo Flvooerapanlee
oerapanlee of If CaHornia C JI ornia militia are on onguard ongurd onguard
guard today In McOoud SIskiyou SIskiyoucounty Siskiyoucounty Slklyoucounty
county where wl1 1000 striking strlJdn lumbermen lumbermenmostly lumbermenmOflUy lumbermenmostly
mostly Italian ItaH Mt have ave been terrorizing terrorizingthe
the city They had seized the power powerhouse powerhouse powerhouse
house near the thetown town takon possession possessionof
of many man pounf imnn4sof eaf f high explosives and andthreatsned andthr8teM andthrsatoed
threatsned tgtnvlpo VSPo th town off the themap thomap th thmap
map mapSheriff mapSberUt mapSheriff
Sheriff Howard and his deputies had hads hadnU1Dber
s number of of cI clashes hes with the t 18 strikers strikersbut strikersbut strikershilt
but had the worst Orst of It and he he tote telegrapheel te1egraphed totegraphed
graphed last ni dht ht t that the tbaJawless Jawless ole eJemeat 00ement olerneit
< meat wits JPond ond his bIsQOQtroL bIsQOQtroL1MI b vopQtroI eoiltroL The Tttfttraat Thetoc
traat toc 1MI Hft ft kBnif sfej fr ratrt today tQd8yUt1fe todaytown
tnt + io iotow < o omi Ut1fe as tiisi tiisitown i t V mt tJitf
town tow under r mavttai In1tt J laW A Alotiaon Alotiaonpected totsOX totsOXJ6Cted iotie esv esvpACted
pACted as the latest f4vioes dvloes are arehat arehatthe that thatthe thatthe
the strikers Btrl pickets surround the place placeand placeand placeand
and that thatalI all of the lumbermen lumb nnen are well wellarmed wenarmed wellarmed
armed with Winchesters Incbe ters and revolv revolvers revolvens revolvore ¬
ers They also have muoh dynamite dynamiteThe dI1amiteThe dynamiteTtze
The strikers strike threaten ih ten to put the thetraone thetrooi
I traone troo out of business If they are inter interfered lnterI Intertiered ¬
tiered with wit Governor Gillett has in instracted Instructed instructed
structed tile commanding officer of the thetroops thetroops thetroops
I troops tJt J at all lawlessness must be bestamped bestamped hestamped
stamped out at once nd word of a aetaah adub actamh
dub is momentarily lly rtHPff ib rfd
New Head of D A R Declines to Conciliate Critics CriticsMany GlticsMany < ritics riticsMany
Many New Members Admitted Since SinceMrs SincMrs SinceMrs
Mrs Scotts Election
within her right and has the support supportof upIOrtof
of her associate a oeJftte offlcers ot lelnS Mr MrS Sworm Swormatedt Swonntedt Swormstedt
atedt added addedThis adeledTbla addedThis
This statement wae s made following
the meeting t U this te morning of the na n ntlon1 natiosal
tional beardot board of < fthe the organization at the theD theD theD
D A R headquarters in the Washing ¬
ton Loan and Tntt Company building
The meeting mtt was to discuss certain de details detaU details ¬
tails taU of the new administration it was wasbehind wasbehlneJ wasbehind
behind closed doors the only thing be being being being ¬
ing announced was wa that 1061 new mem members members momhers ¬
bers have been admitted since Mrs MrsScott MrsScott MrsScott
Scott became pre president fo > nt general Fol Following Following Following ¬
lowing the meeting today the national nationalboard nationalboard nationalboard
board will adjourn for the summer summermonths Bummermonths summermonths
months monthsIN monthsMORE
Two Days Allowed Cop Copper Copper Copper ¬
per Robinson Heinzes HeinzesCounsel H FieinzesCounsel inze s sCouns
Counsel lJ to Prepare PrepareNBW
NEW YORK June J1tneVhtle 3 2While While Gaor George G60tX8Ia Georgeaglln e e9aglta
9aglta aglln Ia vtoe preed JW prodent deRt nt of the United UnitedCopper UnitedCopper UnitedCopper
Copper Company and personal secretary secretaryto
to F l Augustus Heinz beau he d of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company Is stilt in the Tombs ombe on the thecontempt theeentempt thecontempt
contempt charge e for failing to producethe Produce Producethe oduce oducethe
the book books of the company before the theFederal thePeel1 theFederal
Federal grand Jury Judge JU lg8 Laeonibe to today tocia today ¬
cia day granted anted Sanford RobInson an anoiher auather another
other director and personal counsel for forIfffiiM fortwo forBne
IfffiiM two days in which to secure secureadditional secureIMIdIdonal secureddItIona1
additional counsel to fight fi ht the contempt contemptcharge contemptchar contemptcharge
charge char of K similar nature brought broughtacaltwt broughtacatut broughtagainst
against him 1dm aad for refusing to answer answerflJJ an answerquestloni wer werqueatJona
flJJ queatJona ton Put to him h1 by the grand jury
Robinson was represented by Joseph
Cotton when court opened today and
the latter declared that the charge chargebe ehare1gatnst
1gatnst IMt his client was 110 grave It would
be necessary to secure additional coun counsel cocaeel ¬
eel I to decide what wa best to do doA dothe d
Judge Lacombe gave hIm until Frida Fridaand Friday
and then ordered the testimony BO far
A taken by the grand nd Jury In the case caseread ca caseread e eread
read to him himThis himi himThis
i This was Boglins statement In it
he says 8 that Arthur H Helnze It I not notconnected notconnected notconnected
connected with the United Copper COPP + I
Company It is on that point that the thecon thecontempt thecontempt
con contempt tempt of Robinson 1 If on was wa com committed committed coinmuted ¬
mitted hinges II III
Sherman AntiTrust Law LawSubject LawSubject LawSubject
Subject of Long Talk at atWhite atWhite atWhite
REMAIN THE TII Ti SAME SAMEPresident SA SAMEPresident AE AEPresident
President Maps Out Summer S rimer Pro Program Program Provgram ¬
gram With Regard Reg rd to Corpora Corporation co corporation pora poration ¬
tion Legislation LegislationIn
In line with his decision to pet as asnuch asmucb asmuch
much information as posSIble pos fblo rt this thisime thistime thistime
time on the various pr0Jdfota rQjtf ts for re revising revtsiqg revising ¬
vising the laws gos gornlp rnirig labor or organizatione organlzaUone organizations
ganizatione ad d Interstate corpora corporations corporation corporations ¬
tions th the President bd 1J a a Ions con conference oonerence conferenco
ference erence this mernus mCtn ag ai n the White WhiteHouse WhiteBouse WhiteHouse
House offices jrlth Samuel stu 1uel Gompers Gompersand Go Gompersand 1pers 1persand
and Frank Morrison president and andsecretary andsecretary andsecretary
secretary respectively reBpeotlv of othe the he Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can Federation of Labor At the con conolusion cpnon conolusion
olusion on of the th Interview InterVl w Mr Ir r Gompers Gomperssaid Gomperssaid
said saidWe We had a detailed dQtanedtalk talk with thePreslden the thePresident thePresident
President t in regard to the t e Sherman Shermanantitrust ShennananUtrust Shermanantitrust I
antitrust law which as is it now nowstands nowstal1d nowstands
stands and is construed by the United UnitedStates UnitedStates t tStatee
States Supreme Cou Cout t ID inimical to tothe tothe I
the cause of organized labor No Nodefinite Nodefinite Nodefinite
definite arrangement was made Wealso Wealso We Wealso
also discussed in a general way the theother theother theother
other subjects in h which vihlcborganlzed vihlcborganlzedlabor organized organizedlabor organizedlabor
labor is Interested InterestedI Interestfd InterestfdIbis interestedfhIs
Ibis I his was a continuation of the con conference conternee conference ¬
ference we had b d with the President Presidentsome PresIdentsome Presidentsome
some weeks ago agoI agoOil
Oil I will sail June 19 for Europe where whereI
I wi will 1 make a a study stt dy of Industrial Ind indU trlal condi conditions conditiotis ¬
tions and will attend several big labor laborcongresses laborongrss
congresses ongrss os
Back In Fall FallHowevar FallHowevar gallHowevar I
Howevar ho added with a laugh UughI
I will be back here next autumn In Intime Intime Intime
time to hear 4ear the result of our ajrpeal to tothe tothe tothe
the Court of Appeals < of the District In Inour Inour Inout
our contempt cases I will be back in intime intime Intime
time to go to Jail or to enjoy the rul rulInp ruling mling
ing of the writ writIt co cotIt Jrt JrtIt
It can be pitted ted by The Times that thatin thatin thatin
in this conrer tee as In the former the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President adttred to his campaign dec declaration dectaration dcclaratlon ¬
laration of htit ht attitude at < itudc in regard to la labor labor Iabor ¬
bor That is he h will not favor fav r any of ofthose ofthose ofthose
those things which he has characterized characterizedas
as unfair u 111 and unjust to the thelubllc jnibllc As Aso Asth Asthe
th the o IE < now 9bMj H It 4Qosljlzes W8tf tees t the theIce ther theTiF
TiF r 18bOr labororw rS sVi Ig Io IoAirt aJ aJJ
Airt J Jievut 1rt ifat 1alt fft1h fiut4 qaiL qaiLedla an P Pnsedpt
nsedpt edla JUlCe Ice to brthe 4i + ft a federation federationra ted edcraUonThere ration rationsr
There sr ra ft BO II doom d01lbtiQlJqwev hqwevdr r that this thisadministration thisdmlnl thieadministration
administration dmlnl traUon when it It comes to enact enacting enactIng enactIng ¬
ing legislation 1egSstaJIJ n prQl prfttocliak 1JtlnJr the lives ttve and andrights ondrights andrights
rights of the laboring laborlnsiman snan will carry carryout carryout carryouttbe
out outtbe the last letter of its campaign prom promises promProgram ¬
Program Arta1 Arta1In Arranged ArrangedIn
In this connection OOftneeU it is Interesting to toknew tokno toknow
knew kno that the tb President Pre fdent has pretty etty well wellmapped wellmapped Wellmapped
mapped o out t hit aurotner unmter program which whichwill whichWIllra whichwill
will WIllra result ult in the recommendations r he hewill hewill hewill
will make to Jon ons ongr1ss grass ts8 regarding cor corporatlcns corporaUcns conporaticus
poratlcns iT i will ill have conferences conferencesmany cnferouceBmany cnferancosmany
many of them at Beverly Mass with withthe withthe 11thth
the th lawyers of his hi Cabinet and there thereIs th8leIs
Is not much doubt that in order ord r to tohear tohe tobear
hear he r both aides I dea of the matter he will willhave wtnhve wilthave
have conference with recognized au authorities autb authoritles ¬
thorities tb rltJe on on corporation questions out outaide outaide outilde
aide of the Administration This Thu will In IBdRd IneIde inclad
clad eIde railroad presidents and other men menwhom menWhom menwhom
whom the President Pe ldent regards as a emi eminently emlnontly ominently ¬
nently qualified to present pro ent the opposite oppositeside oppositeBide oppositesideof
side sideof of the cage cageDEADLOCK eMDEADLOCK caseDEADLOCK
Arbitration Commissions Efforts EffortsProve ijffortsProve fforts ffortsProve
Prove Futile FutileStatement Statement of ofLabor ofLabor ofLabor
Labor Officials OfficialsCLBVBIAND OfficialsCLEVBLAND OfficialsCLlVLAND
CLBVBIAND Ohio June 2 2The The con conference conference conference ¬
ference between officials of the National NationalCivic NtlonalMvlc tional tionalCivic
Civic Federation and members of the thoArbitration theArbitration theArbitration
Arbitration Commission yesterday yesterdayshows yesterdayShOW8 yesterdayshows
shows no result today In a reversal of ofattitude oratUtude ofattitude
attitude either on the part of the Lake LakeCarriers LakeCrrlers LakeCarrierS
Carriers Association A81Oo latlon or striking vessel vHelomploye vesselemploye j jemploye
employe employelam j jI
I lam am not disappointed in the failure of ofthe ofthe
the > board ald Hid President L V OCon OConnor OConnor ¬
nor of the Longshoremens Association AssociationThe AssociationIhe
The Th Lake Carriers Association wants wantsthe wantstJJe wantsthe
the open shop and desires to disrupt disruptorganized disruptor disruptorganized
organized or anlzed labor m > n the great lakes lakesW lakesW lakesw
W F Yates resident e idont of the Marine MarineEngineers MarineEllgln MarineEngineers
Engineers Ellgln erB Beneficial Ben ficlal Association ex expressed expreYed oxpressed ¬
pressed the thesaine same views viewsTAFT viewsTAFT II IITAfT
Presidents Declarations on Orien Oriental Oriental Orientat ¬
tal Affairs Are Awaited AwaitedWith AwaitedWith waitedWith
With Interest InterestTJ
TJ ne m Pre President ldent wIlt speak s sp thisevening thiseveningat this evening evenl0gat
at the Metropolitan Club Banquet in inhonor hihooor l lhonor
honor of Vice Admiral Baron IJriu of ofJapan ofJINLn ofJapn
Japan given by Representative Weeks Weeksof re9ks re9ksof
of Maaaachusetts MaaaachusettsOwing MaaaachuHtuOwing MassachusettsOwing
Owing to 0 his interest In affairs of the thoFar theFar theFar
Far East his speech Is awaited with withInterest wltiInterest withinterest
Interest by the Oriental contingent of ofWashington ofVahington ofVaahington
Washington He will arrive at the club clubat clubat clubat
at about 10 oclock oclockCADETS oclockCADETS oclockCADETS
I Company E Business li High School Schoolthe SchoolI Schoolthe
I the crack organization of the high highschool hibhI highschool
school cadets that won the recent com competitive compettthe cornpetitive ¬
I petitive drill 1ill i Iii being entertained today todayat t6da1 t6da1I
I at Marshall Hall by members of the theHigh thoI theHigh
I High School Alumni Association A soclaUon The Theoccasion TheI Theoccasion
I occasion is l the fourth annual excursion excursionof
of the alumni A drill by the cadets cadetsmusic cadetsII cadetsmusic
II music dancing and a shad dinner are arethe ereI arethe
I the thepr1ncipal principal numbers on the program programMembers t = ogram ogramMelnber ogramMembers
Members of the Alumni Association Associationand ASIiJciallooand As ociatioi ociatioiand
and their friends have been Journeying Journeyingall
all day to the picnic grounds the first firstparty Sirstparty
party having left on the 10 oclock boat boatthe bORtthe boatthe
I the Charles Chari Maealeater from the foot footof footor tootof
of Seventh street Another large party partytook
I took the next n ext boat and an even larger largercrowd lar largercrowd er erCrowd
j crowd is s expected to leave on the 630 G30trip 630trip 630I
I trip tnia thi evening
Kelly KeJIy Fine Young Man ManDeclares I1 IriDeclares ni niDeGIares
Declares Mother of ofSenorita ofSenorita ofSenorita
Senorita Ruiz RuizSenora RilizSenora RuizSonora
Senora Ricardo Bz R wfdow wow of o the theCuban theCuban theCuban
Cuban martyr artyr today emphatically e de denied denied donied ¬
nied that th t the marriage man1 ge of o her h Daugh Daughter daughtor daughtot ¬
tot Senorita Mercedes Merced Rule a Spanish Spanishbeauty Spanllhbeauty Spanishbeauty
beauty of this ctty ty to John Tyrone TyroneKeDSr TyroneIeHt TyrenoKelly
Kelly formerly of Washington Wub tston butnow butnowa b tnow tnowa
a New York newspaperman newapapir w pap8r man was waselopeinent an anelopement an anelopement
elopement Reports n rt to thte tl effect re regarding 10gardlng rogarding ¬
garding the marriage which took place placein placeIn
in Baltimore SaltimoreyeiterdaY yesterday afternoon aitemooh under anderiromantic underromantic underromantic
romantic circamstances clic m8tUtCe have greatly greatlydistressed gr greatlydistressed lltly lltlydlstr8Ned
distressed Senora Rule RuizIt 1tu 1tuIt RuleIt
It dpxeent cAe t make so o much difference differencehere differencehere dfferencehere
here she sb said W but ia our country tAvo tAvothings twothings two twothings
things are considered in n extremely bad badform Mdonnelopements badtormelopementi
form onnelopements elopements and divorce I am ammueh ammuch ammush
much worried by the reports that have havecome havecome havecome
come from Baltimore for I had no ob objection objection objection ¬
jection at all to the theAmeden American suitor for formy tormy formy
my daughter daughterThey daughterThey daughterThey
They have me saying that I objected objectedbecause objectedbecause objectedbecause
because he was an American Am JCn Why Whyshould Whyshould hy hysRould
should I IT Is I not this my m adopted coun country country country ¬
try and have we W not been well treated treatedhere treatedhere treatedhere
here hereNow Now it is all true about my daughter daughterand dauhtQrand
and Mr fro Kelly meeting at the baseball baseballgame baseballgame baseballgame
game But an elopement eloJe elopementno entno no it was wasnot wasnot
not so I
soEarmarks Earmarks of Romance RomanceNevertheless RomanceNeverthelees RomanceNevertheless
Nevertheless the romantic rom ttc marriage M1 rri6 of ofMr orMr ofMr
Mr Kelly XeUyand and the fair Spanish maiden maidenhad maidenhad laldenhad
had all the dlem4nta of an elopement elopementif elop ment mentIt
if it wasnt wa nt one The impression was wascertainly wascertainly wascertainly
certainly created creat in In Baltimore thi tht thtCUpid thLtCupid t tCupki
CUpid was having his difficulties difficultiesThe dlfftcultIesThe difficultiesThe
The story is that Mr Kelly who came cameon camon cameon
on from New York and met his pros prospective p prospeetive 2 2peeUve ¬
pective bride in Washington was fol followed fOllowed Dellowed ¬
lowed by the mother and that her con consent consent consent ¬
sent to the marriage was obtained only ohlyrival oblyafter onlyafter
after much argument ftUOwlng fq4lowiag her ar arrival arrival
rival in Baltimore In the meantime meantimeit
it is said difficulty had been experienced experiencedin
in obtaining a license and later in get getting getting et ettlng ¬
ting the consent of Cardinal Gibbons to topermit topennlt topermit
permit the marriage marriaseThe marrlaeThe marriageThe
The ceremony however did take place placein nlaceIn placeIn
in the presence pr 8 l1ce of te mother of f the thebride thebride thebride
bride her two sisters and brother ac according acctrdlnr accerding ¬
cording to Senora Ruiz Mrs Ruiz In Insists Insists inslits ¬
sists that they all went over to Baltl Baltlmore Balti1 Balti1more I Imore
more together and that it was under understood undertood understood
stood before the trip wag begun n that thatwedding a awedding 0wedding
wedding wae to take pin pizwa a in the Monu Monumental Monunlental Jonumental ¬
mental City CityKnew CityXnewof CityKnew
Knew Xnewof of Engagement EngagementMy ngagementMy
My daughter engaged to an attache attacheof
of the Spanish embs ema embassy r It Is I I not nottrue nottrue nottrue
true said the mothor who returned to toWashington toWashlngtOIl toWashington
Washington last night ni ht thp te young mar married marrted marrind ¬
rind couple continuing on their honey honeymoon honeymoon honeymoon
moon My daughter auJht r was popular p pular and andhad ISndhat andhaI
had many friends but she was waii engaged engagedonly toltpgeddnly ngagedOnly
only to Mr Kelly I knew of it three threemonths threemonth threemonths
months ago I did not care c He is as asexcellent anexcellent ll llexcel1entroung
excellent excel1entroung young man and a g member n8 nber of ofour otour ofour
our church churchThe churchThe churchThe
The bride IB the daughter of ene of ofCubas 0 0Cuba oCCubas
Cubas moat mo t famous patriots and mar martyrs martyrs martyns ¬
tyrs After ftlll her father was murdered murderedin
in Moro Castle his hi widow was given givenlargu ft ftlargo 5large
largo pension by the Spanish govern tovnmeet government OVerJLment ¬
ment Mrs Kelly is a pureblooded purebloodedSpanish purebloo4ledSpanish purebloodedSpaUish
Spanish girl Irl and is a typl typical al Madrid Madridbeauty Madridbeauty Madridbeauty
beauty She Shamet met Mr Kelly at a baseball baseballgame buballgame baseballgame
game about three years ago the latter latterthen latterthen atterthen
then being Ing sporting editor of a Wash Washington WuhIngton WashIngton ¬
ington newspaper The acquaintance acquaintancesprang acqualQtansprang acquaintancesprang
sprang up through thro h a retort made by bythe bythe bythe
the Spanish girl when Mr tr Kelly Kellythrough Kellythrough Kellythrough
through a mutual friend chided her for forrooting fotrooting forrooting
rooting for the constantly losing home hometeani hometeam hometeam
team The Spanish girls mtn nlnq < J your yourbusiness yourbusiness yourbusiness
business interested M Mr Kelly and he hesought heBOuJht besought
sought and obtained an introduction introductionThe
The ceremony was performed In the theCathedral th thCathedral theCathedraL
Cathedral by RCY Father Stickney StickneyCardinal StickneyCardinal StickneyCardinal
Cardinal Gibbons In the presence of ofthe orthe ofthe
the family bestowed his blessing Mr Mrand 111and Mrand
and Mrs Kelly left after a breakfast at atthe atthe atthe
the Belvedere Belv derc Hotel for Atlantic City Citya
t i1 fp Y TAKING PfflSl PfflSlBelieved VUISONBelieved UlS NI NIBelieved
Believed Scion of Maryland MarylandFamily MarylandFamily MarylandFamily
Family Was Temporarily Tempor Temporarily Temporarily ¬
arily Deranged DerangedRichard Der nged ngedRichard
Richard AGr AGrLy GrtY y a son son of Judge Gray Grayof Grayot Grayof
of Charles county Md and member of ofa ora ofa
a wellknown Maryland family killed killedhimself kiUedhlmseltthls killedhimself
himself hlmseltthls this morning by drinking car carbolfe carbolfe carbelie
bolfe acid at his is home near ear Raloigh Raloighstreet RalElshstt1et RalcJitstrbet
street and High View place Congress CongressHeights Con CongreasHeights s sHeIghts
Heights HeJikd He J id been suffering from fromamild froma
amild a mild form of neurasthenia and had hadbaen hadben hadbecn
ben under the care of o a physician for forsome Corsome forsme
some time It is believed thai he was wastemporarily wast wastOporarily
temporarily t deranged derangedSwallowing derangedSwallowIng derangedSsvallowing
Swallowing more than an ounce of the thepoison thepoison thepoison
poison Gray died a few moments mom nts after aftertha art artth4 afterthe
the arrival of Dr Arthur N Meloy w wJao wJaovas wkolives o olives
lives vas less than a block away Dr Me Meloy Meby Me10y ¬
loy said that the man had taken enough enoughacid e eacid ejicugitacid
acid to kill a half dozen persons personsGray Ierso1Gray personsGray
Gray who who was married n rrled and had four fourchildren lourchildren fourehiidren
children had been living in Congress CongressHeights CongressHelghtsfor s sHeightstor
Heights Heightstor for the last sixteenmonths Ho Howas Howas Howas
was twentyflve tw ntyfiv years old and nd an un unusually unusual1Y nflusually ¬
usually large and nd pdwerfuf1 pdw pOwerful rtul I man He Hehad Hebad Hehad
had been worklrrj worki r attheFirthStirling attheFirthStirlingsteel att11e at the FlrthSt1rIIn FlrthSt1rIInsteel FIrthStirllngsteel
steel plant Glestoro Giest oro P Point int until three threeweeks threoweaks threeweeks
weeks when a number tium er of employes employeswere emplolefwere employenwere
were let out Although Gray had been beenunable beenunable beenunable
unable to obtain other work it is not notthought notthought notthought
thought he va vaj brooding over having havinglost havinglost havinglost
lost his position as he owned two twopieces twopieces twopieces
pieces of property which whlcl1bring bring in a asufficient asufficient asufficient
sufficient income Incomepn m which to live liveCoroner UeCoroner liveCoroner
Coroner Nevitt Jto iioutd usd d a death certi certificate certificate certificate ¬
ficate Judge Gray was notIefid by wire wireof wireof wireof
of his sons suicide utclde and is expected to toarrive toarriv toarriv
arriv In Washington Va hlngton this thl afternoon afternoonMARKED afternoonM afternoonMARKED
Report Shows 101000 101O O for May of ofThis ofThis ofThis
This Year Over 35256 35256in
in 1908 1908NEW 1905NEW 1908NEW
NEW YORK June 2 2Thetotal The Thetotal total Immi Immigration Immigration lrnmlgration ¬
gration to the United States tlrough El Ellis Ellis Elus ¬
lis Island during the month of May MayMras MayNas Maywas
was leiOda as s compared with 112600 for forthe torthe forthe
the month or April according to figures flgurescomplied figurescompiled
complied by the United States Imml Immlgraton Immlgraton Immigraton
graton Commissioner today In May May1J Ma MaylIds
1J 1 the total totalmmlgraUon immigration to this thlscoun thlscountry coun country country ¬
try through Eiils E lls Island was 36266 36266The 36256The 256 256The
The Immigrants who entered in May Mayihls Maythis Maythi
this thi year came mostly from southern southernJSurope southernjqrope southernZurope
JSurope Italy and Austria leading the theENGINES theItst thelist
Dense Fog Causes Collision Viih ViihFreight VithFright TuhFreight
Freight on Baltimore and andOhio andOhio andOhio
Ohio Road RoadMARS Road1LRS RoadM4UIS
MARS Pa June Jun 2 2Three Three men lost losttheir Jostthelr lostthoU
their lives at atbownlevnle JDownleville near here hereearly hereearly hereearly
early today when a light engine col collided collIded callided ¬
lided with a freight train on the thePlttsburg thePlttsburg thePittsburg
Plttsburg and Western Wo tern Branch of the theBaltimore theilalUm9r theait1moro
Baltimore and Ohio railroad railroadThe ral1roadTbe raIlroadThe
The dead deadA d ad adk
A k W V Fowler engineer of the light lightengine lightODsIue lightengine
engine F L Cxarnekl fireman of the
light engine Edgar Guthrle GuthrIe brala bralaman braLOman braIoman
man manThe The accident was the result of a adense adense adense
dense fog The light engine crew was wasunat wasun wasunaie
unat un unaie te e to sea the signals until the theengine thengine theengine
engine had crashed Into the freight freighttrain freighttrain freighttrain
OF CITYS IlllirVlleged COURT I
Failure to Submit SubmitReports SubmitReports SubmitReports
Reports Reason for Com Commissioners Qommissioners Cornmissioners ¬
missioners Order OrderFORCE Ord OrderFORCE r rFORCE
C i jvj i iF <
F G Aukum Au um and Miss Mi BNelf B CrfAf CrfAfreeted Af Affected Affected ¬
fected by Ruling RuI RuilngExplana RuilngExplanation ngExplana ngExplanatio Explana Explanation ¬
tion tio Unsatisfactory Un5atisraet UnsatisfactoryAukum ry ryAlleged
Alleged failure on the part Of F G GAukum GAukum
Aukum clerk and Miss B Neff assist assistant assistant assistant
ant clerk of the Municipal Court to tosubmit tosubmit tosubmit
submit to the th Auditor aid a > 4 Collector o oTa at atT ofTayes
T Tayes Ta s of the District Dl trlet proper returns of ofmoney olmoney ofmoney
money collected and fees earned rned re resulted resulted resuited ¬
sulted today in the Issuance by the theCommissioners theommls8ioners theCommissioners
Commissioners of an order withholding withholdingthe
the salaries Ba rlas of the officials o lclRls named namedF namedF
F G AUkum is the father of Judge JudgeG udge udgeG
G a C Aukum of the Municipal Court Courtand Courtand Courtand
and was appointed March 10 1903 at a asalary asalary asalary
salary of 1500 per annum Miss Neff Neffthe Neffthe Neffthe
the assistant clerk receives 1000 per perannum peral1 perazinum
annum al1 Um and B d was appointed app lntfJd March 17 17Lt
1903 Lt
Conditions at the Municipal Court Courtwith Courtwith Courtwith
with respect to the proper returns of offeos otfees offees
fees earned have bean unsatisfactory un > to tothe tothe tothe
the Commissioners for to some time That Thatthe Thatthe Thatthe
the clerical force is numerically Insuffi Insufficient 1nsu1rlclent iflsufficient ¬
cient to perform the work Is the reason reasongiven reasongiven reasongiven
given by officials and judges of the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court It has been necessary ne essary It is said saidfor Saidfor aid aidfor
for the clerk and assistant clerk to de devote devote devote ¬
vote their th lr whole time to the entries of ofcurrent ofcurrent ofcurrent
current business leaving no time tlm to tomake tomake tomake
make weekly reports of fees earned earnedThis earnedThis earnedThis
This explanation however was not ac accepted acoepted accepted ¬
cepted by the Commissioners CommissionersUrged ComptlssionerfUrged ConptisslonersUrged
Urged By Tweedale TweedaleThe Tw dale daleThe
The action of 9f the tb Commissioners CommissionersIn
In withholding the salaries of the theclerk theclerk theclerk
clerk and assistant clerk was upon uponrecommendation uponrecommendation uponrecommendation
recommendation of Auditor Tweedale Tweedalewho Twtfedalewho Twriedalewho
who In n outlining his hl position says saysI
I am again constrained to invite your yourattention youratteuUon yourattention
attention to the fact that noiwlth noiwlthstanding notwlthstandIng notvithstanding
standing repeated demands made by bytuts bytilts bytjitn
tilts office on the clerk of the MuBitrl MuBitrlpal Mun1tipat Munltilpal
pal Court CC lltUfl thsa vfegl 1 htth has failed j led to toaad t t9tJ1nWY toiiPh11y < <
9tJ1nWY iiPh11y WUb lt tJ the e lOCIUe request t GthI tbht DCfta otfisaand f 1 1a1d
and to perform the 3utl CluUQs ThitiOsof sx > f his of office ofiIc offlee ¬
iIc flee in acfcorSagce aoMr ce with the law lawAn iawcAn lawAn
cAn An examination of the records r 10rdS of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this of office Sad O reloses 105es that weekly de deposits deposits ¬
posits are new due from the clerk of ofthe ofthe
the Municipal Court as follows For Forthe Forthe
the week April 2ft 2 to May I 1 inclusive inclusivefor
for the week May 3 to May S mclu mclusive mcluslYe tnclusive
sive from the week May 10 to MSay Mar 15 15inclusive 15inclusive
inclusive for the week May it 1 to toMay toMay
May 22 inclusive inclusivel InclusIveIunized
l IMmized smized statements which the law lawrequires lllwrequircs lawrequires
requires the clerk of the Municipal MunicipalCOurt MunicipalCOurt MunicipalCOurt
COurt to render to the Auditor of the theDistrict theDIstrict theDistrict
District are in arrears for the follow following followIng following ¬
ing periods Week April 19 tc April
24 inclusive w wnk < jk April 26 to iy y 1 1inclusive 1incluatve 1Inciuive
inclusive weqjc we May 3 to May S in inclusive inclusie inclusive ¬
clusive week May 10 to May li in inclusive Incluslve inelusive ¬
elusive week May 17 to May S3 2 In Inclusive inelusive inelusive ¬
elusive clusiveThe elusiveThe elusiveThe
The last deposit made by the clerk of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Municipal Court with the Collector Collectorof
of Taxes wan for the week ended Ajril rJ1
19 to t April 34 the amount of this dethe de deposit doposit
posit being 1iO40 The last statMnent statMnenttlndered starelnentPandered
Pandered the A Aztitor ltor of the DIstrict by bye bythe
the e clerk of the Municipal Court was wasfor wasor wasfor
for or the week April 12 to April 17 19W 19WProvisions 1 1Provisions 1Provisions
Provisions of Statute StatuteUnder StatuteUnder StatuteUnder
Under the statute provisions estab establishing establi8ltln4I establishin ¬
lishing lishin the Municipal Ceurt it Is 1f i pro provided proThe provided ¬
vided V VThe
The clerk shall receive and cass for foral foraU forall
al aU deposits 1 made and fees exacted un under under ander ¬
der the rules governing the fee charges chargesof
of said courts and shall make a weekly weeklydepbsit veeklYdepbslt weeklydepbslf
depbsit with the Collector of Taxes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the District of Columbia of o all fees feesearned feesearned
earned during the preceding week weekHe
01 He shall sh l return to suitors makin makinsueh niakinssuch ufakingsucla
such > deposits any portions of a deposit depositwhich depositwblch depositwhich
which shall remain in his hands handsover handsover
over and above the earned fees and andshall andshall andshall
shall render an itemized statement to tothe tothe tothe
the Auditor of the District of evesy fee feeearned feeearned feeearned
earned on such form as shall be pre prescribad prescribed prescnibed
scribed by thfcr t tl4 Auditor of the District Districtf
> f Columbia ColumbiaSays ColumblaSays ColumbiaSays
Says Force Is SmalL SmalLThe SmallThe SmalLThe
The delay dela in making reports to the theAuditor theAudUor theAudtlor
Auditor has been caused by the insuffi InsufflclEnt Insuifident insufficient ¬
dent clerical force in this tllf off office ice said saidClerk saidCierk saidClerk
Clerk Aukum this thisatternoen thisatternoenflhoro afternoon afternoonThere afternoonThere
There are only two of us here to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep the record of the thousands of ofcases ofC86S ofcases
cases S478 to be exact which have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been filed since the court opened about abouttwo abouttwo abouttwo
two months ago Papers have to be bempde bem bemade
made m de out and in many cases four or orfive orfive orfive
five entries are neoeesary upon the thebooks theb001s thebooks
books to complete the record recordThese r recordThese cord cordTheae
These are matters mU rs of necessity neee Uy and andmus andmus andmuSS
mus > be attended to They are more moreimportant moreImportant moreimportant
important than reporting to an Audi Auditor Auditor Auditor ¬
tor Thk lh book 800 are here ready for Torauditing rorauditing forauditIng
auditing at any time TLey were gone goneover goneover goneover
over only on y a few days ago and as a amatter amatter amatter
matter of fact were L5 over the thebalance thebalance thebalance
balance balanceI
1 shall continue to go on with the thework thework thework
work as in the past getting along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the best we can Of course > Congress Congressis Con Cunress Cunressis ess
is 1 the only sourejs seu of relief from this thiscondition thisco thiscoditlon
condition co dJtlon
Congress Only Aid AidIt AidIt Aidii
It It has the power Ower to authorize the theamifoyment theItoment theamitoyment
amifoyment of the necessary neces Tr additional additionalhelp a additionalhelp dltional dltionalhetp
help In the mec Jne metestime ttlme the UtFCmdlUons UtFCmdlUonsare theodltIonsare conditions conditionsare
are known by b tH Auditor jtl he might mightas mig t tB
as B well realize that we w are bore to toserve toserve toserve
serve the public and nd net n t him himJudge bim1 bim1Judge himJudge
Judge Aukum who hear heard his fathers fathersstatement tathe1sstftotemont fathersstatement
statement pxpl explned ined ed to the reporter the thedetailed thedetailed thedetailed
detailed account that must be kept of ofeach ofeach ofeach
each case exhibiting two lar l b vphjsnea vphjsneaof vh voltnesof l1e l1eof
of records filled witi4a wl two ninths ninthsWillie m innthsittle 1ths 1thsW
Willie W ittle lIe the amounts involved are not notso notso
so 5 large the number Jtum r of entrl entrijy aad other otherclerical otherc1erleal otherclerical
clerical work required req tred is just as 8 great greata
ac a in the other courts eo 1ta Still with wl more moretjasB moreqase morejsses
tjasB filed in two months than were wereAled wereflJed werefiled
filed in the other courts our clerical clericalforce clericalforee clericalfOrce
force te J absurdly alH unIly Insufficient InsufficientShe insutflclentDba
She courts are not run for revenue revenuebut revenuebttt revenuebut
but for the benefit of the pblic pblicFIRE pwbUcFl pblicFIiEIN
ALBANY ALB LB NY June 2 1The The Ant report of ofa offire ofa
a fire In the Adlrondocks ha been re received received received ¬
ceived at the office of the State forest forestfish forestftah forestfish
fish and game e commiselo The fire firewas firewas lirewas
was a small one along aln the line of rai rairoad ralroad rail railroad >
road near Fulton Chain Herkim Herkimercounty Herkimcounty t trounty
county and was handled by the au authorities authorities authorit1e ¬
thorities of ih 1M town townJ

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