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It is noted with some soine satisfaction satisfactionthat satisfactionthat satis eUon eUonthat
that the Senate Finance Committee Committeewhose Committewhooe Committeewhoe
whose attitude toward the consumer consumerbar COMumerha couumerha
bar ha at times been criticised ed by b o narrow narrowand narrowan narrowand
and an venomous minded people and nd also alsoby a1soby aeo aeoby
by the very ignorant i ftOIttnt is quietly pursu pursuing pursuing pursuing ¬
ing its way fLy toward adjournment un untouched untouched Untouched ¬
touched by the slings sll gs of misrepresenta misrepresentation m 8repre enttt entttt ¬
t tion on and the arrows of malice It is in inno inno inno
no wise wise trying try Jt to revenge itself for the thecontumely thecontumely thewtumey
contumely so unjustly heaped upon itnh4n it itWhen itWlten
When nh4n it ands iide a chance to do something somethingfoi somethin somethinfor
for the consumer it does it turns the theother theother theother
other cheek and in the spirit of truest truestChristianity truestChristianity truestUhristianity
Christianity hetpe ef p6 coals co Js of fire on the thehead thehlad thehead
head of the misguided critic criticTliese eritieT1pse critic11se
Tliese random thoughts are inspired inspiredby inspiredby
by contemplation Oll of the great service servicewhich servicewhic servicewhich
which the committee has done to the thecommunity thecommunity thecommunity
community by placing radium on the thefree thefr thefree
free fr e list It has taken a broad and andcatholic andcatholic
catholic cat holie view and one which hidt we believe believevil believelv1l lieve lieveWlll I
vil be ifdored indorsed by every consumer of ofradium ofradium ofiadium
radium in this country Recognizing Recognisingas
as s one must mus that the radium business businessof bu ine ineof
of this t i8 country eari hardly hope to corn cornpet eomppt cornpet
pet with the pauper radium of Europeyet Europe Europeyet Europeyet
yet it must be conceded that a tariff tariffat tariffat tariffat
at this time would subject the tit American Ameri erican American ¬
can people to the possibility of gravedeprivation grave gravedeprivation p ve vedeprivation
deprivation if they were compelled to topay toply topay
pay a high hi duty orperchance or eMnee to strug struggle stmggle struggle ¬
gle along without radium until the theAmerican themerican theAmerican
American industry e MUId uld be developed developedFree developedFree developedFree
Free radium for the masses Who Whocaret Whocart Vhoar
caret cart ar > about such petty things t Bp as stock stockings stoekings sLeekings ¬
ings and gloves Ioves and rasore when the thecommittee ucommittoe th thcommittee
committee tenders the splendid ple did boon of offree offref offrei
free radium There is the platform on onwhich Oftw onvliick
which w ich Senator Se Aldrkh should m make Blkesp Jce his hisspeeches hisspeeches
speeches sp eches from every stump next season seaonand mesonand seasonand
and Senator Smoot akoutt lecture lecturethroughout leeturethTIJughout Iseturethriughottt
throughout the doubtful StatesHow States StatesHow 6 6How
How great will be this benefit e to the theplun theph thepliin
plun ph in people may be judged ed from nJIIt the thefart tJtefat thefact
fart that the Radium Institute of Great GreatBritain GreatBrit1in GreetBrit
Britain Brit tin i is to buy onefourth ounce of
raaiuro raQ1 m and will pay 150000 for it itIf itIf itIf
If verybody in the United States Statesshould Statsh1ld Statessb1d
should conclude to have as much ra radium I1LdiumDCl rediumand ¬
dium diumDCl and who shall 11 say 1 that a bit of ofra ofradium ofra4iUfll
ra radium < lium is Is too good for the free and andina end1nciendent JIll JIllinapendeat
inapendeat ina iiendeat American AJDericanwi workittgman workittgmanwith
with wi h his standard of living if he heeVoses Mro beCoes
eVoses Coes ro oe8 = the the total bill would be 13 13SOOMKMNMMMO 135l1OIOOoooooo 135OOOOOOO
SOOMKMNMMMO and even a revenue revenueduty reYellU4dut revenueduty
duty dut of 20 O per cent on this would wouldamount wouldanwimt wouldarniint
amount to 2700000008000 It icnt icntmuch iSntUfl t tmud
much Ufl ii when consideration COQ Olt is given v to tothe tothE tothe
the vastly higher wage wa scale of ItJte ItJteL the theUiited Lbsttited
Uiited L ited States Stat b kt tt it is worth saving savingaril eavingati1
aril 8 tl i the t he Finance Fit Committee is i to e be becongratulated hecn b bcinratuIated
congratulated cn ratuJated on making it possible for foreveiv forel forhousehold
el eveiv household to have its own little littleplart litUeplart littlepmart
plart of the stuff stuffPROTECTION tuKPROTECTION etnffPROTECTION
Tile courageous oou courseous nod a ata tatena ijr po poritioa politira P01t1ra
ritioa takenby akat b1 Mr r La IfoUetiemuring IfoUetiemuringthe
the t h Discussion of the ptper mtd M pulp palpduties pa1pdut pulpduties
dut duties 4 P has not n received the attention attent Olt it ite itdl9rne itdecrves
dl9rne e srves The Wisconsin Wiecousia Senator Senatorbrought 8aatorbrought Smisetorbrought
brought into tits debate te the t refreshing refreshingsuggestion re re8uIe refreshingsuggestion
suggestion 8uIe tiOl1 that Bound and sale econ economic economic seenomic ¬
omic condition tiulle ought t to surround an anindustry aftindustry anIndustry
industry which should receive protee protetition proteedon proteetifl
don that it is i not worth while to tomaintain tom tofl1
m maintain mtaia intain by b dint of high l p duties ties indus inductrifi IIdUtrls industrr
trifi trr which could never hope to sustain sustaintLe etalutlfl18fl sustaintLc
tlfl18fl tLc nselves alone He made ina de application applicationof
of this his doctrine in a Wisconsin case caseunder CaeunJer onesunir
under circumstances d 1UIH which made the thepenormanee uJUlormaaee theeriormanee
penormanee eriormanee especially courageous and andtteditable andeditaWe endedtab1e
tteditable tteditableWisconsin editaWejsOOIIIIia edtab1eWiseosin
Wisconsin is one en of the tJIej theiyr greatest greatestpajxr
pajxr j iyr V r prodvefog Stfcte In the PoxTi Fox Foxnv Foxrl
rl nv valley 1157 are 3M oeo iOl > 60 people directly directlydfnendent dir directlydreident tll tlldf =
dfnendent df > reldeni on the eotttintMutce tia and pros prospri pruef pros1riy
pri f 1riy rio y of the industry r1 The wood cup cupplus supp1i p ppl
plus pl p1i for it have bsv been exhausted exIIa and it itran itfA itan
ran fA n only vn1 continue COD llue by importing wood woodfrom woodfrom woodfrom
from Canada at great expense expe Mr MrLa MrLa MrLa
La Follette md tut independent In Inv Javtigat Invigtion
jtipatioa vtigat v oa of the conditions of the theprint Uteprmt theprint
print paper industry u t7 in his own StU StUand SiUand Sttaarid
and here is what be toM the tJtesu tJtesuhart SetMi he hehad beha4
had found
1 Hint the duty of 2 2 per ton WM WMenough WIenough wa waenugh
enough in j lrotCt r fict the tb labor in Amerkui Amerkuipaper Auteripaptr Amerkspaper
paper arils m 3L against Canadian anadianflsl
2 That flsl ty t r f8lol1 awn of f the th high hi b coat coatof CCMtof costof
of trawTr tawi rig wood ot to the th Wiconnhi Wiconnhimills Wi Viont Viontnil ns1n ns1nvulls
mills nil Is a iufv it > f even wn fl d t Aiuk 0 qui uI4 not rttsflcient bt bteuScient Jtuflcient
euScient to t equalize the coet of pro ¬
duction between Wisconsin sconsin and Canada CanadaS L nada nadado
S i I do not believe that th t we can con consistently oonsiAt eonsistently ¬
sistently siAt ntly expect to preserve the Win Wisconsin Winconsin YiscoRsin ¬
consin print paper industryby industry 0 b the im imposition imposiUoft imposithnt ¬
position of tariff duties Print paper papercannot pApercannot papercannot
cannot be economically manufactured manufacturedin
in Wisconsin at so great a distance nce fromthe from fromthe fromthe
the source of supply of the raw ma material material material ¬
terial terialTherefore terialTherefore terialTherefore
Therefore said s id the Senator Sen tor he hewould 118would liewould
would suggest a compromise He offer offered offered offered ¬
ed an amendment to fix the duty at 4 4per 4per 4 4per
per ton until July 1 1912 after which whichit
it should be 2 2 Giving three years ye rs for forthe fortJt forthe
the tJt Wisconsirt manufacturers to adjust adjustthemselves a4ijusttMI1UHIv adjusttheinselvs
themselves s they could prepare to make makeS maketUlIerent
a S different paper for which material materialis
is at their hand and from which they theycould theyooukl theyeoiild
could make a profit He proceededAfter proceeded proceededAfter proceededAfter
After July 1 1 1912 my amendment amendmentprovides amendmentprojd amendmentprovides
provides that the duty shall be 2 2 per perton pertoft perLos
ton which will cover for every indus industry iDduitry industry ¬
try in this country which can legiti legitimately l legitimately iti itimatcly ¬
mately claim im protection the actual a1tt 1 dif difference diffren differsiice ¬
ference fren e in the cost of production in this thiscountry t1tisoouctry thiscouotry
country and Canada C nada It will amply amplyprotect amplyprotect amplrprvt
protect prvt t all mills advantageously situ situated sItuated situated ¬
ated for the production of print paper paperIf pperIf paperIf
If the amendment I propose is reject rejected ¬
ed i cannot for the reasons already alreadystated alretulystAted alreadystated
stated support as a permanent policy policya
a rate of 4 4 por ton and must vote voteagainst voteagainst voteagainst
against the same as economically o un unsound unsound Unsound ¬
sound soundThere soundIhere soundThere
There is the voice of a statesman statesmanwho statesmanho statesmanwho
who ho recognises that the tariff ought to tobe tobe tobe
be made for tho < hole country whose whosevision whoeeision whosevision
vision can see more than the concern concernof concerllof concernof
of his constituency the industry of his hisState hisStatt hisState
State wto who ho recognizes that economic economicunsoundniss ooonomieun economicunsoundnisa
un unsoundnisa unsoundniss undn s is a more serious argu argument argument Rrgumeat ¬
ment than that the question of temporary temporaryeffect temporaryeftect temporaryeffect
effect on an industry unfortuatcly lo located located located ¬
cated and which ought to be reorgan reorganised reorganized reorganized ¬
isedBut ized
But ut how many Senators or Repre Representatives Reprosentatiyos Representatives ¬
sentatives have had the vision or the thecourage thecourrge thecourage
courage thus to view iew particular achedides ached schedules sohedules ¬
ules Certainly the t e Senators from fromMichigan fromIichig fromMichignn
Michigan Iichig n didnt do it whon the sugar sugarschedule 8u sugarschedule r rsdtedule
schedule waa wa i3 before the Senate Beet Beetsuffct BeetSU eet eetauger
auger SU d is in as economically excuseles o in inMichigan innchi inMichigan
Michigan nchi tm as print paper is in Wiscon Wisconsin Visconsin ¬
sin And so through the list a hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred examples might be cited of hot hothome hothotl hothouse
home hotl ie industries festered sterod where they theyare tJtoyart theyare
are not economically t Onomicall profitable profi ble simply simplybecause simplybeo8use simplybeesuse
because they once got there and it is isnot isnot isnot
not desired to force readjustment readjustmentIt
It is a dangerous poliy a policy un under undor untier ¬
tier which the tendency is constantly constantlyto co stntly stntlyto
to take on more and more burdens den8 of ofsupport ofSUPltOlt ofsupport
support for industries economically un unprontaWe unproittab1e unprolitable
prontaWe and wasteful It distorts all alleconomic alleconomic all8eOftOft
economic C conceptions and develops developsartificial developsartifiej developsartilicial
artificial l conditions In the end it will willimpose willimpose m mmpoe
impose mpoe vastly greater burdens burde s on the thepul thepublic thepublic
pul public > ii even than it has thus far de developed deeloped deeloped ¬
eloped velopedA elopedA I IA
A New York man was hit by y an autosad auto autoand I
and knocked into the adjoining town township township township ¬
ship The auto a to went right on but AM AMhe UIbe ashe
he was flying ft ng through the air the man mantook JRIlntOok manLeek
took noteef the machines number andIt and andIt andIt
It has befin captured It i bI thus made madeclear m madeclear de dedM
clear that everything in the th w W4fId wid rld has hassome bae hassozne
some e utility even to the th auto num number numbeis ¬
ber beisTamsnanys 1
Tammsaiys political picnics are reported reportedto
to cost the Tammany treasury JTfieflj a ayear ayear ayear
year Yes and nd they coat the little oldtown old oldtown oleltown
town of Now York a mighty lot more morethan moretJaan morethan
than that too
The cables from Paris say that atthe at atthe atthe
the racetrack riots the American society societywomen societyOmen societywomen
women displayed wonderful coolness coolnessThey oooineuTbw coolnessThey
They probably were d reared in their theirbeet theirDMt theirbest
beet clothes which wouldnt be very verywarm veryWjilrBI verywarm
warm of course courseWhen COUrMWhen courseWhen
When the Sappho collides with the theSappho theSappho the5ppho
Sappho it would seem to be a case of ofGreek oCGreek otGreek
Greek meeting Greek
The Jury treated trOl ed Mr JoI Calhoua rather ratherbetter ra mt1 mt1better Mf Mfbett8l
better than public opinion has baaMHtt b ben en die disposed dietodO ¬
posed to todO todONw d dNew d dNe
New York women are re renewing then thenkick theirkick
Ne Tor W rewng the
kick kik about at the hosiery b duties duU which whichiseds whichlesdi
iseds 1 to the th conclusion n that we shall aU ahflmere see seemore
more me of o this t matter matterWoodrow Jte JteWorw matterWoodsow
Woodrow Worw Witeott Wu fl5 for governor SOvenr of o New NewJersey NewJ ew ewJersey
J Jersey eI ic f the te newest 1t proposal II the te tj cog suggestion augtO cognestion ¬
gestion tO having haYn a a strong srO Democratic Democraticbacking Dmrc Dmrcckng Democraticbacklag
backing ckng However Howter It is understood UtO not notto no no noto
to have hv received v the U O K of Senator SenatorKean SenatorKean
Kean Ke and an therefore theeore to be of minor minorimportance min minorImportance
importance importanceThe Im ImportanceThe >
The T report rer that th Peary Per ig I believed bled to tohave tohave tohave
have reached ree the North Noth Pole Po comes comesJut e comesJust
Jut at the th time tm when whe the weather wethr ta tadoing I Isdoing
doing do the t stunts u which whih makes mk every everyman e8 everymtn
man wish he had b gone along alongA
mn w 81 aog aogA
A man mn who bought bUht a horse hr for S UO ijQdIscOVeIL UOdtecoveifeA
dtecoveifeA d that the brutes teeth had hadbeen hadbiiu
e t tbrteath tbrteatha I
been SHOd a and a contained elne 110 1 worth wor wort wortgold of ofgold
gold ld Thus n te I the t old ol saw aw 1 about abut lookinga looking lookingahorM kf5 kf5a i
ahorM a hoN horse la th t the mouth th given gVe a backee backeeSenator bek bekBato baeksSenator I
Senator Bato jUdrteh h having rg asked ke some aomepertinent somep
pertinent p rtAoont t questions Qtl about abt the new newparty newparty newpry
party pry which the te tariff art contact cntt la h to todevelop tocvet todevelop
develop cvet the Syracuse SyrM yracuae PoetStandard PoetStandardpertinently PostStaadardpertinently
pertinently pUy replies rUe that tat It I s M seems ms likely likelyto UIy UIyt
to t be b the t Co conaumeiV consumer party partyThe partyThe ty tyTe
The Te tact that ht you already alred have s coy coysial v vnU
sial nU 1 will n b b be BAeonciueive 1 nu e reason r aa for not nottaking 1 nettaking t ttJng
taking tJng one off more mre button buton if the girl rl who whoUt whob whoII
Ut b eelllns a it hi I particularly rlrUeu1rly pretty pretty15TK prety prety15TH pretty15TH
Geerg r F Tyrrell Tyrrl Director DirectorPROGRAM Dirocor DirocorPRO DirectorPROGRAM I
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HomeDalbey Dalbey DalbeyCSete DalbY DalbYaU ElabeySolo
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The StiwsSpsjisfed Spd Banner JI nner nnerI
r PresidentNeedham President Needham Reviews His Policy j
The final fnl word In the George Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington University Unlverty controversy cntrovesy so far as asPresident asPreident asPresident
President Preident Charles Cbarle W Needham Neeham Is con concerned on oneerne concorned ¬
corned eerne has ha been ben said sk in the statement statementthat statementtt statementthat
tt that hex b been bn issued luue by b him on Oi o behalf behalfof bahal bahalof
of the present prent administration admlnlftrton admInlftration of the af affairs affais a afairs ¬
fairs fais of the Institution n Dr Needham Naedhamprepored Needhamprepared Nedhamprre
prepared prre th the statement carefully cretul and andsubmitted and8ubmlUe andubmttted
submitted 8ubmlUe It I to several veral of the members membersof
of the board b of trustees trstes before b fore its is final flnaldraft fnal fnaldrft finaldraft
draft drft wa was completed cmpete The entire nistory nistoryof nlstor nlstorof
of the university unlv8slty during the past eight eightyears eightyer eightyears
years yer is given In this statement to together togehr together ¬
gether gehr with wlt gven a 8 brief brif review of viat hat the theadministration theadmlnl theadmInIetratIn
administration admlnl trUen has been ben trying tIlns to do doBeyond doBeyond doBeyond
Beyond the statement satement Dr Needham will willhave willhave
have nothing more mre to say sayThe sa saThe nayThe
The Stateniet StatenietThe StatemetTn StatenfetThe
The Tn statement ttemEt ig i as follows folows The Thediacueelone Thedl Thedlscueelon
diacueelone dl u In the public pblc pree pre setetn to tocall to tocl tocall
call cl for oJ authoritative authorttve statement of the theeducational th8eu theeduOntlopel
educational work ork and conditionof conditon condttlon ot the theuniversity theunlverty theuniversity
eu university topl In order that thlt the people of ofWashington ofWUhln ofWashington
unlverty orer pepe
Washington WUhln on may my be advised adis8 as to the thereal there thered
real re red I issues issuesFirst l8u IssuesFirstPrior e8
FirstPrior First FrtPrior Prior to 1S 1 68 when the th present presentadministration prent prentadmiiistrUon presentadministration
administration admiiistrUon assumed aumed charge chlrge there therewas therewa therewas
was wa a day college colege with wih lees It than than a ahundred ahundre ahundred
hundred hundre students and an a faculty faculy of ofeleven ofeleven ofeleven
eleven professors pofeUr and teachers techer There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was also 11 the Corcoran Corcorn Scientific Scontfc School Schooldoing Schol Scholdoing Schooldoing
doing undergraduate unde rduate work in the even evenIng evenIng evenlag
Ing which was conducted cnducted by the pro professors profesrs professors ¬
fessors fesrs of the day college cotege These orhesepro orheseprofer pro profeseors profeesors
feseors received salaries slarIe In the day col college collee college ¬
fer reeive
lege ranging rngln from 1000 10 to 1800 18 a year yearand yearand oar oarand
and lee 75 per cent of the studants stud ant fees for forthe forthe forthe
the 7 evening eveing pr work work This arrangement arrangementuniversity nrrngement nrrngementwa arrangementwan
and the theuniveriy theuniversity
wan mde made between the faculy faculty
wa university univeriy to prevent prvent any liability labity on thepart the thepart thepr
part of ofthe the university for the expenses expensesof
pr of the evening e enlng univeriy college colege In this college collegethere cole6 cole6there collegethere
there te vas some me work given glen in en engineering entnerlng engineerlng ¬
gineering tnerlng and architecture architectureThe bleture bletureuThe
The law school shol was conducted by law lawyers lawYlrs lawyers ¬
yers In practice and Judges jud 0 in service serviceno
Ylrs no one giving prctce his entire entre time Ume and atten attentio kten ktento attentie
tie to its maagemet or to teaching teachingThis tocs toaCiSThis H HThis
t ia raemet
to This medical medicl school shol was conducted conductedIn
In the same way by practicing prctcIng physic physicJSPS physicaPR physicaii
JSPS aPR te there being bing no professional professionalteachers profelonal profelonaltechers professionalteachers
teachers techers employed employe giving rlvlng their whole wholetime vholetme wholetime
time to the educational euatonal work workSecond workSendThe workSecondThe
tme Second SendThe SecondThe The first fnt change adopted udopte un under undcI Undcr ¬
der dcI the present pre nt administration adminIstrAion was todiecoutinue to todiscontinue todloUnue
discontinue the Corcoran Corcrn Scientific ScientificSchool ScientiIc ScientiIcShol ScloiitltluSchool
dloUnue School merge it i with Columbian CoU CoUlego Cohleg Collego
lego leg Shol and require reuire all al classroom cla8roCm work to tobo tobe tobe
be < done before the hours of 9 in the themorning themrning themorning
morning and bfore 640 6 In the afternoon afernoon th tlilaboratories tlw tlwlaboratories thlabrltorle
mrning laboratories and ad libraries lbrrie to be kept keptopen kepton keptofeli
open on labrltorle with wih assistants allatants until untl 10 oclock oclockObjects oclockObjects oclockObjects
Objects in View ViewThe ViewTh8 ViewThe
The objects o1Jets in view were to unite unitethe unie unieta unitethe
the student sudent body by and an create crete a spirit sprrl of ofunity oruiy ofunity
unity uiy and place all of the college colege work workupon workUpl workupon
upon Upl the basin bi pc of absolute ab1uteequalt equality The Theentrance Theeft Theentrance
entrance eft trnce requirements rtulrement were advanced advancedto
to t conform cnfonn to those thoe of Eaatern Entern eel colleges cl clle eelkges ¬
leges le e Part PAr of the work ork taken by full fullday ful fullday
day students and all the work of the thepartday theprtax thepertday
dy sudet an
students was given in the af afternoon a aternoon ¬
partday prtax tuen1 W85 give f ft
ternoon t ron between bwen 4 4JO and 11 635 so s that thatthe thatte thatthe
the te two groups Srup came into classroom elaurOlm as association aabUo assedation ¬
sedation sociationAs
As bUo the students 8dnts employed emploo during durng the theday theday theday
day do not have the same sme time for ffr the thepreparation thepreprtin thepreparation
preparation d of their class clas work work they theywere theywere theywere
preprtin were limited lmite to a less le number of hour houri houripr hoursper hourper
the lerlod lerlodwithin erlodwithin
week This increased
per incres
within pr ihln we which Thi the halfday haIday student could couldearn couldern couldearn
earn a degree degre by one or two years yearsTlie yearsThe ear
ern The he effect of this change upon the thefaculty thetaculy thefaculty
faculty ete was to put all al of the professors profomorsupon profeors profeorsup professorsupon
taculy w out the fee feesystem feesysteii
upon a salary basis cutting cuting
system up In tr th the b faculty faculy there were dl dlff dif differences dl ¬
ferences t ff rec maces of opinion opnin as a to the wisdom wisdomof wsom wsomo
of o t this change changeThird cbangeMdrThe changeThirdThe
Third ThirdThe The next change chnge inaugurated inauguratedwas
MdrThe teacher In Inth Inth4 Inthw
was to employ professional pofeonl techer
wal th th4 thw professional prfenal epoy schools shols In the law lawschool lwshol lawschool
school four men exclusive excusive of The pros president pr prosident ¬
shol mfn
ident are now employed eploye who give their theirentire theireDUre theirentire
entire IMnt the to teaching They Thfy teach tech by bythe byte bythe
the case t11 method which requires rlulres much muchtime muchtm muchttne
time te c in preparing metho for claM werk w rk and andtrained andtraD andtrained
tm trained ability ablty preprn to Impart Imprt knoweldge knoweldgeThis koweldce koweldceTbla kflOweldgeThis
This traD loon jo not displace dhplaee or in any way ivaydiscount Viayjluat wayilacount
discount the excellent ex elent work done by bylawyers bylaoer bylawyers
lawyers jluat and Judges of very high stand standing stnd stnding standlag ¬
laoer jge in inthe inthe Int
ing who are ae still ltl conducting cductng work
the school Its purpose was W8 to establish establishin etablsh etablshIn
Jbool purp
in t the city of Washington a a law school schoolof iehol ieholof schoolof
of the cty type prevailing prtvaUng in the best bet uni universities unlvenUle universitlee ¬
versities typ where men wno desire dere the themost theot themost
most venUle ot thorough toruh training trining in the law would wouldbe wouldb wouldbe
be b able to 0 secure M1 r it itFull it itFull
Full Course Established
A A fullday fuldy law course rs beginning in inthe InJrnla inthe
the morning Jrnla was established eabise with four fourteen fourteen our ourte ¬
teen te hours hou wor work per pr week wek required requiredThis reulrt requiredThis
This rbs was w done d to attract atrct the students studentswho studentswho > tud t twh
who give ail their time to study and anddesire anddesire
wh gie al thr tme stuy an anire
desire to have e it fully fuly occupied Ocuple An Anafternoon Anaremo Anafternoon
afternoon aremo ire course cw of ten te hour per pr we wek wekIs week weekIs k
for student employed through throughthe h hthe
Is 1 grVen e fO uet ep9ye thru
the day daystudents da dsyThua
Thua the needs oC the two grl groqw oC oCt ofMjdnt5
students Tlus te wore ne met To the students > tudent > glv giving glvt glvisg ¬
ing t part n1 wre of their m time a less number num er of ofhears oChf ofhours
teir tme
hears t hf prt is 1 required reuire but bt the same sme quality qualityof qulty qultyof
of teaching is provided prvide By increasing increasingtheir increslnr Increasingtheir
their t6blft attendance to t four years yers the after afternoon afer afernn afternoon ¬
thr atendnc
the entire entirework entirework
noon students tude U may my cover cver entre entrewor
work nn white whil the fuildy fuldy students student8cm student8cmplete com complete cornplete ¬
wor plete It in h three thre years yer The i artday INrtay INrtaystudent partdaystudents > artdaystudents
of oflaw oC1w oflaw
students may receive the bachelor bchelor
student reeve
law B LO lj degree at the end ed of the thethird thethird
1 depre
1w third year yer This Tl plan Illn has met with withhearty wih wihhety withhety
hety approval apprvll from trm students studenU who are areseriousminded areMromlne areseriousminded
seriousminded Mromlne and 0 desire detc to secure the thebeat thebt thebest
beat legal education educationThew educationThese
bt lel eucton euctonThf
These Changes have raised rl OUT ur stand standin standIn
in Thf in t > bnK Association Asitln of American Americn LAW LAWSchools Lw LwSho1 LawSchools
In Schools and ad enable enble our graduates Iduke to topass top topass
pass Sho1 successfully amctfuJy the bar examinations examinationsin examinatons examinatonsIn
in p all the States Statesschool Stat StatesFourthThe
al FourthThe ianges ange In the molcal molcalahol mvdical mvdicalschool
school Involved practically prtcly the name nameeducational sameeducational me meeuctonal
ahol Invohe
educational problem and went we1 met with withthe wth wththe withthe
euctonal the same me objections Ibjetons as those in the te law lawschool lawabl lawschool
school The administration admlnhtrAUon advocated advocatedthe
the abl extenstonot extenstnoC the laboratories labrHtorle and the theemployment theployment theemployment
employment of specially trained train men mento mento mento
to ployment each e < h the th laboratory labrtor pJy courses cu This Thiswas Thiswu Thiswas
was done and resulted r8le in the th employ employment employment employmeat ¬
ment of four profession of nl teachers techen on onregular on1lar onregular
1lar regular salaries tan to t do this work workThe workThe workThe
The Expense ExpenseThe Exense
The expense expnl involved Inolve was the in increase Increase ¬
crease cre of the thf salary sr list and an the expense expensein
and maintaininghe lab laboratories laboratories ¬
in i establishing ebUahlft5 maintainlngythe
oratories otne Another nther maintalnlngjhe change chnKo mace was Wa8 to toIncreexe toIcr toIncrease
the clinical teaching flret by byreaul byreulo byrequl1g
Increase Icr te cUnlc teeblng f rt
reaul reulo requl1g ng C men mn in their graduating graduatn year yearto yearto II IIto
to give Iv their thir full fl time tMe to the work in inorder Inorer Inorder
I Ith
order orer that Uat they might give full ful time tme to toth tothe
th the clinics clnll This Tt was afterward aferwa still stillfurther stiltfurther UI
further th advanced by making makln the school schoola Ihol Ihola
frt a full day dy a school nc col so 8 that tt students studentsweald itndonlnwould tuets tuetsw
weald w have their tblr whole time tme both bh for forlaboratory tortrtor foraboratory
laboratory ul and clinical cUnlal courses cura Di Didactic Didati Didectic ¬
dactic trtor lectures leturs are still UI continued cftftued and andshould andhoul andshould
should dati be but the laboratory labrtor and din clinical cin cinIcl dinIcal ¬
ical Icl houl teaching techng b is essential sntal to a scientific scientIlictraining scientifictraining sleUfc sleUfctrln1
trln1 training trainingThe trainingTbe
The effect of these the changes chance was to de decrease deere docrease ¬
efet and the theincome theincoe theincome
crease the number numbr of students tudent
ere income incoe at the same time tme increasing IncesnK the theexpenses theexp8 theexpenses
expenses but It enables enable us to retainour retain retainour retatnour
our exp8 position In the Association A laUon of Amer American AmerIcn Amerlean ¬
lean Icn plton Medical Schools Sho and enables eabl6 our ourgraduates ourpaduatn ourgraduates
graduates Meical to take the medical mdicl examina examinations examinato examinations ¬
paduatn tions to before bfore all n State Stae boards boardsGives bar boardsGives
Gives Gve Better Bet r Standing StandingIt StandingI
It I gives Je us W a a better btter standing standlnJ among amongmedical amonl amonlmial amongmedical
medical mial institutions insttutins and most mot of In inipertant InrJt inpertant
pertant rJt of all all will wi when the plan is isthoroughly Istbooubly isthoroughly
tbooubly thoroughly worked worke oat ot give ie to t each eachstudent ech echtudt eachstudent
student a thorough training tlnln that tat will willenable wl willenable
enable tudt him tlorup to tax tajCt a high position pslon in inhis 11hl bihis
his eable profession proreln and thus give additional additionalreputation additonl additonlreputton additionalreputation
hl reputation to the schoolFifthIt school schoolFifth hol holIfhIt
reputton Fifth FifthIt IfhIt It will wl b b be observed OMve that tb t In all allthese al allthese
these changes chn there was but on one object objectin objt objtIn
in vi vlev v namely n ly to improve Impove the educa educational euc educatlonal ¬
tional tonal ve fetarnlards and methods mehod bringing bringingthem brnging brngingthem bringinthem
them as a near ner as s our resources reurce would wouldpermit wouldpmi woulpermit
permit pmi to t the standards ataards and methods methodsprevailing methodpevt1 inethojaprevaIling
prevailing in the best b institutions Insttutons We Wedo Wed Vedo
do pevt1 d not claim clam to have hve attained attine all Al that thatwe th thatwe t twe
we hope hOl to attain attin This li is i not tkd tt t fault faultof taultoC faultof
of the plans but because bu of the lack of offunds offunds orfunB
funds funB to t completely carry cry out the plans plansin
in all particular IHrtcuar6 The advances Advance made madehowever mde mdehowevu madehowever
however are great r t and d the advantages advantagesto aVAntge aVAntgeto
to the students studntl and the university unlvoMly are aremanifest aremalel aremanifest
manifest malel It I will wi be b a matter mAter of o pro profound profon profound ¬
found fon regret retre to have these thee new develop developprofessions1 revelop revelopn develonnents
n nents t abnone abandoned Washington Wahln ton nts ntsrfeaonal nedg nedgprofessional
professional rfeaonal schools IIchol of the highest type typand t typeand
and should have them themSixth themSxthThe themSixthThe
aD SixthThe Sixth SxthThe The next change chn e made was to tosegregate toMgegle tomgjegnte
segregate Mgegle the work wor done in engineoitag engineoitagand esgieoingsac eol ng ngan
and an architecture arhlehlr from hom the liberal lleral eg arts artscollege artecolege artscollege
college colege The college coleg of fngtntering nlmerlnJ and andt
the th division dlvlln of architecture archiecture were estab established etab establlshed ¬ 1
lished U he This involved Involve some Ime increase inrese in inthe inthe I
the tl expenses ex but it has ha added adde a fine fn 1in 1inbody j
body by of o p over OYe MO students atuent to the univer university unlV unlvorSity r rslYl ¬
slYl sity thus increasing Incratng the te income Incme from fromstudents fromtuoent fromstudentn
students studentn tuoent fees feesAdditional fe feesAdditionaL
Additional Additonal Work WorkAdditional Work WorkAddItIonal
Additional Aditol work was provided pvide in inpurely Inpurely inpurely
purely technical technicl courses curs and througa througathe throu throuthe througithe
the generous geer gifts glts of apparatus appartu by byfriends bytrend byfriends
friends trend a good gO laboratory labatry in electri electrical eletr eletrc elsetrcat ¬
cal engineering was created and a be beginning begnning beginning ¬
enlnern w cete
gnning ginning made in a mechanical hatcl engineer engineerIng englnHrIng engineerlag
Ing laboratory labrtor In establishing ebllng tie tle col college 01 01lege colISge ¬
lege of engineering en nen it I was not Intended Intede te temake if tomake
make a complete polyteehnlcal pJyte hnlcl school schoolbut sho shobut ncho1but
but simply to put In i technical tennlal course courseand oursJ courssand
and ad allow w the students stuenu to take tke about aboutnaif 8Olt 8Olthl abouthalf
half college collegeTfie hl colee coleeuTie of their teir work In the te liberal lberl arts artscollege art artscollege
uTie The moving cause cUH for this thll change changawas changeas changewas
was as to t give to t the young men of Wash Washington Washington Va h hington ¬
ington lV8 an opportunity oppruniy within wIhin their theirmean theirmen theirmeang
mean men to prepare themselves them lv0 for skilled skilledservice akilledsetvk
service evc Ip prepe the great geat proos professions proColorS ioxis of en engineering enplnedng engineei ¬
gineering plnedng gineei Ing and ad architecture archieture Washington Washingtonwith Vahlngton Vahlngtonwit
with wit iew industrial inuatral or commercial cmmerclal open openings openIng openlogs ¬
logs Ing offers oter few opportunities opprtunite of high highgrade hIghgrde highgrade
grade grde skilled kle employment to the rising risinggeneration rlsng rlsnggenerton risinggeneration
generation generationWithout generationWithout generton genertonWihout
Without Wihout university unveniy training in these theselines th theselines te teUne
lines young men stand little ltte chance of ofsucceeding ofsucceeing ofsucceeding
succeeding succeeing in the States StU where the thegroat thegrot thegroat
groat grot State Stte universities unlverlUe and privately privatelyendowed prvatelY prvatelYendowe privatelYendowed
endowed endowe Institutions Insttutons are 8re training trinIng thou thousands thousands ¬
sands snds of young men in these the lines Jnes That Thatthe Thatthe Thatthe
the situation tuaton yung demanded demande the establish establishment etablsh etablshment establishmeet ¬
ment of these the schools hols is demonstrated demonstratedby
by b the large body by of students student tudent from frm this thiscity thisciy thisCity
city ciy who are taking the coursesSeventhIn courses coursesSeventh course
Seventh SeventhIn In the act of Congress COng0 pro providing ppovldlng providing ¬
viding vldlng for the organization organizaton ac And a sal salary sl slar salary ¬
ary ar scheme heme forteacliers for tOfntechers techers teachers of the public publicschools publc publcshool publicschools
schools shool In theTJIstrlct the District of Columbia It Itwas Itwas itwas
was provided provlM that new appointees to tocertain tocertain toCertain
certain positions piions In the high schools schoolsshould shools shoolsshould schoolsshould
should have a college clege education euaton Includ Including includInJ Includlug ¬
lug InJ agogy Rgo the subjects 8ubjts of psychology pyehol S and ped pedagogy pedRgo podagogy ¬
Shuts Shut the Doors DoorsThese DoorsTheae oors oorsThe
These The requirements reuirements shut Imt the te doors doos of ofthese otth ofthese
these th positions ptons to young people peplo in the theDistrict theDIstrict theDIstrict
District who wore financially fnanclly unable to togo togo togo
go to collages colegN outside otie the District District This Thisprompted Thispompte Thisprompted
prompted US to out in the division of ofeducation ofeucton ofeducation
pompte u <
education eucton In this ths division dlvllon we have hve a aprofessor aprofer aprofessor
professor profer of Qt psychology Myc ology a professor profer of ofeducation nfeucton ofnduction
education eucton and ad two lecturers leturers upon upn school schooladministration schooladministration hol holad
administration administrationIt ad mlnlt
It is not claimed that this is a round rounded roun rounded ¬
ed e I teachers teche caimed college collge but it I does do give giveby giveby giveby
by very competent teachers techers the courses coursesrequired coursesrequired
required reuire ver by the act of Congress Congre which whichtaken whichtaken hlh hlhtaken
taken In connection with wih the course for forthe forthe forthe
the bachelor b belor cnnton of art degree In the eel college cl cllege eellege ¬
lege of liberal lbrl arts enables the gradu graduate gdu gduate graduate ¬
ate and holder hoer of a a teachers teaher diploma diplomato dl
to secure sure aJ the highest highet positions In the thepublic thepubic thepublic
public pubic school shl system Isem ptons These The technical technicalcourses technicl techniclcour technicalcourses
courses are substantially abtntaly taken care of ofby ofby ofby
by cour the tuition f fe fees es of o the students sudent tak taking taking taking ¬
ing the courses CUI The fees fee do not cover coverthe coverthe coverthe
the whole whol expense of the education eucton of ofthe orthe ofthe
the student expl for or the great get body bdy of the thework thework thework
work arts ar luent is token te in the college colege of liberal liberalarts lberl lberlar liberalarts
artsWe We ve assumed that if the tuitions tuitionswould tultenl tuitionswould
would meet met uu the tre e expense of the technical technicalwork tehnicl tehniclrk technicalwork
work rk we w should ahld epn add ad to the th numbers numberstaking numberstaking
taking the liberal lbrl arts ar1 course COCls meet a apressing apreng apressing
pressing taking demand and serve are our il city ciy Inthe in inthe Inthe
preng the advanced education eucUon of teachers < her8 for forthe forth forthc
the th thc public pb schools schoolsOutgrowth sol schoolaOutgrowth
Outgrowth of Old Od School SchoolEighth School SchoolglghthThe
Eighth EghthThe glghthThe The College Colege Of l the Political PoliticalSciences Poltcl PoltclSel PoliticalSciences
Sciences Sel is 1 the outgrowth of the te old oldschool oldshol oldschool
school shol of Jurisprudence Jurruence and Diplomacy DiplomacyKvery DiplomacyEver DlplomacyKvery
Kvery Ever scholar soar in I this Held feld recognizes recognizesthat regl38 regl38tht
forcarrying for forcarrying lorcrrng
that tht there are a peculiar puJar advantages acvantage
carrying crrng on this thl work in the te city ciy of ofWashington otuhlngton ofWashington
Washington and an that the effect efet upon uponstudents upn upnstuen1 uponstudents
students stuen1 living Uvn for fr a time tme In this city cityand cityand cityand
and observing obrn < the powers pwers of the FederalGovernment Federal FederalGovernment Feerl FeerlGovernment
Government in action aUn is i most mot beneficial beneficialto benefcil benefcilto
to the country countr at large lrge This college collegehas ollge ollgehas collegehas
has received reeve special pcal contributions cntribtons toward towardits towad towadis towardits
its is current currnt expenses During the presentyear present presentyear presentyear
year It received reie exp 10460 0 and has between bet betweOn7on w n
17000 7on 0 and 58000 0 tIO pledged pleped for next your yourWe yoorVe yearWe
We have limited the scope cf the thowork thework thework
work to two years of undergraduate undergraduateand
and two of graduate study making the theentrance theentrance theentrance
entrance requirement two years of col college college cotlege ¬
lege work This brings all students for forthe forthe forthe
the first two fears ears nto the liberal arts artscollege artscollege artscollege
college but allows them free election electionof
of the courses In the political sciences sciencesin
in the third and fourth years of their theirundergraduate th theirundergraduate lr lrunderraduate
undergraduate studies studiesThe studiesThe studiesThe
The object in making it a separate or
ganisation ua1zat1o was to secure contributions contributionsand
and endowment for the work which whichcould whlehcould whichcould
could not be done successfully If it was wasmerged wasmersed wasmerged
merged in a college coli of o the liberal arts artsExperience amExperience artsi5xperience
Experience in other < institutions Jn UtllUon8 has hasshown hasshown hasshown
shown that a faculty of the politicalsciences political politicalsciences polltlcalsciences
sciences Is more successful when wh n con conducting conducting condueling ¬
ducting the work within its own field fieldNinth fieldNlnthlt fieldNhithIt
Ninth Nlnthlt it will be observed that all of ofthese oftb ofthese
these tb small branches that have put out outfrom outtrom outfrom
from th the main college < are confined en entirely entlrely entirely ¬
tirely to technical courses and are in intended intendffi Illtended ¬
tended to furnish the minimum amount amountof
of such courses required to m m meet et t exist existing exl existing t tIn ¬
ing In demands In the District of Columbia ColumbiaCenter ColumbiaCenter ColumbiaCenter
Center Is I Liberal Arts ArtsThe ArtsThe ArtsThe
The center of It all is the college of ofliberal ofIberal ofliberal
liberal arts art and in each of these spe special speclal speclal ¬
clal brandies bran hea the new students st dents have in increased InereaHd inCreased ¬
creased the numbers in the liberal arts artscollege artcollege artscollege
college while their tuition fees have havenearly havenearly havenearly
nearly paid the salaries of the technical technicalteachers technicalteaebers technicalteachers
teachers except in the cotiego of the thepolitical thepolltlcl thepolitical
political sciences eden and there rhe deft deficiency deftclency dedciency ¬
ciency has been made upby uP by special con contributions contribuUon contrihutlons ¬
UTenthIn Tenth In order to carry out
plans and do the work on the lines pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed it has been necessary to fit up upand upMnd upand
and maintain new laboratories and to toincrease toine to1ncpan
increase ine the library facilities In Itte Ittewe 1 1we 1905we
we had five or or six thousand volumes of ofbooks oCbooks ofbooks
books in the whole who institution today t y we wehave wehave wehve
have about 40000 volumes volumesThese velumeaTheae volumesThese
These advances in standards of ad admission admlton admission ¬
mission and work together to ether with the thechange thechanKe thechange
change to a nonsectarian non eetarlan basis admitted admittedthe admlttJthe admittethe
the university to the benefit of the Carnogie Car Carnegie Carne
negie ne le Foundation for the Advancement Advancementof 1 1or
of Teaching It would have been Impos Impossible Im impcsaiMs vs vsIhle ¬
aiMs for the old university to have so soiured e eured esured
sured ured this recognition Out of the many manyundred manyhundred manyhundred
hundred Institutions In the country onlv onlvcredited olllyal onlysiictytwo
al siictytwo tytwo have been placed Oft Its ac accredJted tc tccredited
credited list by the foundation foundationReports CIIndatlonhJtepert foundationReports
Reports have been made to the thefoundation thetoun4laUon thefoundation
foundation by the university and its itsagents HIIalteRt itsagents
agents have examined the law and med medical medkal modlal ¬
ical schools within the present pre ent year yearNo yearNo
No 0 serious criticisms had been made madeby mAdeby madeby
by the foundation until its hurried and andunexpected andunexpected andunexpect
unexpected unexpect action n on June 4 4Constitutes 4Conltitutea 4Constitutes
Constitutes Policies PoliciesEleventh PoliciesEleventhThe PoliciesEleventhThe
Eleventh EleventhThe The foregoing tor Olnc constitutes constitutesall con tltute
all the policies of the present adminis administration admruistrUon admIiistratlon ¬
tration which hich have been criticised crltlcl ed orcondemned or orcondemned orcondem
condemned condem l by members of the college collegefaculty colleataeully collegefaeulty
faculty and I put them forth without withoutargument wlthJutarlrUment wlthutargument
argument in order that the people of ofWashington orYuhln ofVaahington
Washington Yuhln < 1ft may determine whether whetherthese whetherthe whetherthese
these plans have been educationally educationallysound duUlUonaliysound edtnationaliysound
sound and whether or not a university universitynervine universityerv1n universityserving
serving the community in all of its itssupport It Itneeds Itsneeds
needs I is worth worthy of their conndence anS anSsupport An AnlIupport
support Professors who opposed o d these theseeducational thetteeducational theseeducational
educational advances finding that thee the theewas theiewas e eWlt
was Wlt call for heroic efforts to maintain maintainthe lhalntlluthe maintainthe
the university nlverait went to the trustees and andproposed arulpropotloed andproposed
proposed to take the university and run runit runIt runit
it for or the fees f provided the president presidentwas pre id nt ntwa
was wa removed and their policies could couidprevail eouidprevail couldprevail
prevail prevailHad prevailHad prevailHad
Had this concerted effort been suc successful succeCul aucceaetui ¬
cessful with the trustees not only onlywould on onwoul1 onywould
would the salary lary of the preeldent presidenthave preeldentbavt preeldenthave
have been saved but this new ne worn wornwould worywoud worvwoutd
would have been stricken down and andmany andmany andmany
many of thenew professors would have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been discharged it is a matter of conjecture con conjecture conjecture ¬
jecture whether had h d this thl plan succeed succeeded succeeded ¬
ed and fifteen o twenty professors been beendischarged beendi beendischarged
discharged di there would have been a ai aproportionate aproportionate
i proportionate Increase In the agitation agitationof
of the public mind mindThirteenth mindThlrt mindThirteenthIn
Thirteenth Thlrt ThirteenthIn thIn In regard to the pension pensioning penslonInK pensionlog ¬
InK of teachers so tat as I understand understandit
it it has ha always been construed where wherea wherepenon
a pension system existed that wh whPr < n A Ki AprfNliOr aprOfessor
i professor bas become entitled to a pn pnston ponson pendon
son either by length of service or by byage y yaJle yage
age limit h hf has the right t t > retire retirevoluntarily retirevoluntarily retirevoluntarily
voluntarily at any time and the mini unii unlenlty miniversity
i vemlty has the equal right to retire him himi himwhen himwhen
i when for I any cause it seems expedient expedientto
to do so soIn 80uIn sorn
uIn In the recent J fnt actlo it became > n nfICe nfICesary nocessary ces cesaary
sary to reduce r dl1ce the expenses e pense8 about 25000 25000L
and to distribute that retrenchment retrenchmentamong retrenchmentamQ retrenchmentamong
among amQ 1 each of the departments of the theuniversity theuniversity theunIversity
university Of necessity the services cisouls of ofsome oConte
some of the teachers had to be dispensed dinpensedwith dlflpensedwUh dispensedwith
with and in selecting select1n the ones to be re retained realned reaIned ¬
tained all things being equal it was wasnatural wasnfltuml Wasnatural
natural to retain those e who wore thor thoroughly thoroughly thoroughly ¬
oughly in n harmony with the general generalplans generalplns generalplans
plans and development of the univer university university univOratty ¬
TI The e action of the Carnegie Foundation Foundationin
in assuming that the university unlver lty had no nooption nooptIon nooption
option but could retire only those eli eligible ellIble oilgible ¬
gible Ible who voluntarily sought ugh retire retirement retiremeat ¬
ment seems to be contrary to the usual usualconstruction usualconstruction
construction of pension systems Waiv Waiving WaivIng VaivthitJ ¬
ing this point however their action Iniir in inoir inJ01r
oir case was hasty and arbitrary AS A3ths ASthd
ths tI secretary sought to give in the widest widestpossible wld86tpoble widestpossible
possible publicity to the injury done donethe donethe donethe
the university by giving their letter to tothe tothe tothe
the press I give my letter in reply replywhich replywhich replywhich
which states the facts regarding the theprocedure th thprooedure theprocedure
procedure prooedureGiV6i
Give Letter LetterIt
It reads as follows tollowsto
to June li J 1tOO 1tOODr 1900Dr 00 00Dr
Dr Henry S Pritchett President the theCarnegie theCarn theCarnegie
Carnegie Carn e Foundation for the Ad Advancement Advancement Advancement ¬
vancement of Teaching Teach TeachDear
Dear sir Your fetter of Juna Jun 4 was waareceived wasrecplved wa wareceived
received while we were in the nidat of ofcommencement ofcommencement
commencement commenc e m nt week and for that rea reason reaaon ronson ¬
son the answer has been delayd Im Immediately lmmedltLttJY Immedlateiy ¬
mediately upon UP n the receipt of your com cornmunicaUon communication communica ¬
munication munica lion it was Wa presented pr8ll nted to a special specialmeeting specialmeeting
meeting of the board of trustees trusteesIt
It is a matter of sincere regret on onthe onthe onthe
the part of every everyone one who has road roadthe roadtb readthe
the tb letter that your organization with withits withIts withIts
its high aims for the advancement of ofall ofall ofall
all true efforts in educational work workshould workabould workshould
should have taken this action without withoutany withoutany withoutally
any notice to the university and with without without without ¬
out giving glvln It any opportunity to be beheard beherd beheard
heard vr von > on he real and apparent rea reason rea80tl rcason ¬
son for your action as shown by your yourletter yourletter yourletter
letter That an institution of learning learningwith learningwith learningwith
with 1500 students should be struck strucksue strucku struckcue
sue u > a blow without warning or opportunity oppor opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity tocorrect to correct any defects in Its ad administration admtnl8tratlon administration ¬
ministration that might be shown is isdifficult Isdlfdeult Isdifilcult
difficult to cctnprehend < and as ex expressed cxpressed ¬
pressed ed by others than myself my elt almost almostimpossible 9rnostImpo phuostinipooslble
impossible Impo Aible tc believe believeYour believeYour believeYotr
Your agent arrived here on Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Vadnesday ¬
day morning the th ad instant and was wasshown wasahon wasshown
shown every courtesy that could be beaccording beaCCOrdlntt beacoor4in
according to him Our deans who have havethe havethe havethe
the immediate charge of the educationat educa educational educational ¬
tional work although in the midst of ofexaminations ofexaminations ofexaminations
examinations gave ve up their time and andshowed andshowed andshowed
showed him him every consideration considerationCame con considerationCame lderatlon lderatlonCame
Came to Office OfficeAt OfficeAt OfficeAt
At the end of the examination he hecams heCB111e hecame
cams to my office and expressed In the thomost themCNt themost
most hearty and gentlemanly way his hisappreciation hisarpreclaUcn hisarproclatien
appreciation of the attention that had hadbeen hadbeim hadheist
been shown him by the secretary of th thuniversity thunlverslty thC thCupiversity <
university and by the deans I askod askodhim askodhim askedhim
him to make any criticisms critlck > msthat that he hedesired hedesired hedesired
desired to make to me and assured assuredhim aa assuredhm ured uredhm
hm that we should OUld be glad to correct correctany correctany correctany
any defects Iri J our system that could couldbe couldbe J Jthem
be correeted He e a e a few remarks remarksregarding remarksregardIng
regarding some or the work part or orth8m ofthem
them complimentary and part In n friendly friend friendly frIendly ¬
ly criticism m but there was 11 mo o intima intimation Intimation intimalion ¬
tion that it was contemplated d or that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the InvetI investigation atlon was with a view toterminate toterminate to toterminate
terminate the relation between the thefoundation thefoundation thefoundation
foundation and this university
Since the action has been taken ithaa ithas It Ithas
has been stated b by Dr Sterrett thatthe thatthe that thatthe
the agent spent two hour wlt with him andpart andpart and andpart
part of tle tlje time with Dr Gor regardIng regardlag regard regarding ¬
ing the matter of their retirement Whatthey What Whatthey Vhatthey
they said ld of cour course e I do not notknow notknowHad know knowHad knowHad
Had there been a fair investigation orthat ofthat of ofthat
that que question tlon with a view to taking actfon acdon ac actioa
don regarding It It I re respectfully pectfl1l1y submitthat submItthat submit submitthat
that the other side of the th questionshould IJueationshould question questionshould
should have been heard To a umethat assumethat assume assumethat
that there is but one side to an issue issueis
is not only unfair but tends to createI createthe create createthe
the Impression ton that it l is de desired to hearonly beamonly hear hearonly
only one sideSlnce sideSince side sideSince
I Since coming here InJO in 1905 1M21 I have hadbut hadbut had hadbut
but one aim and that is gradually tomak tomaks to tomake
make the institution a a true universityhervkig university universityservhig
servhig this community in all possible11nes possiblelines possible possiblelines
lines of higher education a oommunltythat communitythat community communitythat
that has pre pressing elng needs for such advantUes advantages ad advantages ¬
vantages vantUesFrom vantagesprOm vantagesFrom
From my acquaintance with you Ican Ican I Ican
can but believe that upon mature reftectton refiection re reflection ¬
flection you will see > the Injustice that thathas thathas thathas
has been done and will aesord a hearin1i heartag hear hearing ¬
in1i tag to the universityVlth universityVith university universityWith
With very great respect I am slnerely sinerely sin sincerely ¬
erely yoursCHARLES yoursCHABLISS yours yoursCHARLES
The Finances
Fifteenth FIfteenthIn In reference to the finan financial ftnancial financlal ¬
cial conditions of the university the thetreasurer thetrea thetreasurer
treasurer trea urer has handed me a comparative comparativestatement cOIQIlratfvestatement comparativestatement
statement of the ssets iJl of the university universityIn
In 1SOO and the assets u ets at the close e of the thefiscal theft thelineal
fiscal ft year 1M8 1108 which hleh shows that in 18M 18Mthe 1 1the 1905the
the gross s assets of the university unlverslt in inchiding IncJdlnp ineluding
chiding everything were ere JW627S46 and andthe andthe andthe
the liabilities were 33571961 71J61 leaving the thenet thenet thenet
net assets 679569S4 611058 In 1908 the total totalassets totalsets totalassets
assets sets were 15CII 13655822 the liabilities liabilities4890M24 l blliUts blliUts48IOOf2of
4890M24 leaving the net asses iSiS 58764KS8 871 871Ii
4KS8 45 Ii I The Increase In the indebtedness indebtednessduring Indebodnessduring indebedncosduring
during the last la tpertod period was occasioned occasionedby oce loned lonedby
by the completion of the new medical medicalschool medicalchool medicalschool
school building and the hospital in 19012 19012and 19012Rnd 19012and
and indebtedness created to meet m et defi deficiencies deficieneletl deftclencies ¬
ciencies in current expenses expensesOf
Of the foregoing assets the produc productive productlvfo producUve ¬
tive investments in 100 were tafiOO63 tafiOO63In108 D13500 D13500In 350663 350663InltOS
InltOS In 1905 they they were 112774091 m740 This change changein
in the productive pr uctlve assess t was caused by bythe bythe bythe
the drain upon the funds occasioned by bythe bythe bythe
the increase in the cost co t of maintaining maintainingthe
the university The contribution toward towardthe towardthe towardthe
the current expenses were insufficient to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet die be annual deficit d ficlt and thus funds fundswhich fundswhich fundswhich
which were properly applicable had to tobe tobe tobe
be used to pay the salaries alarl and current
expenses or close to progress progressAlways progressAlways progressAlways
Always Had Deficit DeficitIt DeficitIt
It must be borne in mind mthd that the theuniversity theunivenalty theuniversity
university has ha always had a deficit Its Itsproductive Itsproductive Itsproductive
productive funds have never been sufficient suf sufficient suCftehmt ¬
ficient to meet its expenses In round roundfigrires roundftaures roundfigures
figures 123000 of the indebtedness s in in19W inM
19W represented repre nted borrowed borro ed money to pay payaccumulated payaccumulated payaccumulated
accumulated deficits Since the new newpolicy newpolicy newpolicy
policy went w nt into effect the he annual defi deficits deficits defteits ¬
cits have necessarily neces arlly been larger than thanthey thanthey thanthey
they were before and have been incur incurred Incurred Incurred ¬
red with the authority 8 of the board of oftrustees oftrmtftl oftrutteel
trustees in the belief that the improve improvement Improvement Improvemeat ¬
ment of the educational standards and andwork andwcrk andwork
work with in the Increased number of ofstrdenfs oraltdent ofstrdenv
strdenfs coming in upon higher en entrance entrance entrance ¬
trance requirements would so demon demonstrate demfnstrate demonstrata ¬
strate the needs of such a university in inthis Intbls inthis
this District that broadminded broa mlnded and be beneficent be beneficent beneftcent ¬
neficent men would come to its aid and andsupport andJUpport andsupport
support the movement movem nt It had been beendemonstrated been8monstrated beendemonstrated
demonstrated by numerous numerous efforts that thatno thatno thatno
no money could be obtained for the old olduniversity oldunheralty olduniversity
university No successful ucce Cul effort for en endowment endowment endowrnent ¬
dowment is possible llO except for a true trueuniversity trueunivetllity trueuniversity
university doing highgrade work workWe worke workWe
We e need to secure for the expenses expensesnext expeRsesnext expensesnext
next year 100910 JKOOO to keep the uni university university untveraity ¬
versity going olng on its present plans This Thisbudget Thisbudget Thisbudget
budget hag been approved by the board boardand boardand boardand
and if the money is l not provided it will willagain willagain 111 111I1l1Lln
again have to be paid out of existing existingassets extlngaset exitingassets
assets It is apparent that this process processof pr0088of
of meeting annual deficits out of the theassets theaeets theassets
assets cannot go 0 on very long longMust longMust 4 4Must
Must Have Support SupportThe SupportThe
The university unlver ty must have financialsupport financial ftnaJ1daisupport flnarchalsupport
support If Congress s will give to the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District of Columbia the same consid consideration eonslderatlon considoration ¬
oration that it gives to every State Stateand Staleand Stateand
and Territory and Hawaii and Porto PorteRico PortoRico PortoRico
Rico by extending the benefits of the theMorrill theMorrill theMomnil
Morrill act to this District and desig designating dslgnttn designativig ¬
nating nttn this university untver Uy to receive the themoney themon themoney
money mon the appropriation would pay a alittla a1itt1 alittli
littla oxer o or onehalt of the deficit next nextyear nextyeal nextyear
year we e are doing < the work requireduncer required requiredunder requirednafter
under the Morrill act in the mechanic mechanicarts mechanicarU mechanicarts
arts to justly entitle us to the th benefits benefitsof
of this fund There is I no other institu institution institutlon institution ¬
tion in the District that is carrying on onwork onwork onwork
work of university grade in the me mechanic mech machanic ¬
chanic ch nlc arts artsIf artsuIt artsIf
uIt If the citizens of the District or Co Columbia Columbia Celumbia ¬
lumbia will do as Baltimore did for forJohns forJohn forJohns
Johns Hopkins when it was in financialgtrats financialstrats financial ftnanclalstraits
straits and what has been done In other othercities othercUle othercities
cities for other institutions raise ra le by bysubscription byubticrlpUon bybscription
subscription a fund of 200000 OOOOOp8yable payable In Infive Inftve infive
five annual installments of 40000 OOO each eachthis eachthis eachthis
this with IU th the benefits of the Morrill orrlll act actwoi actolld actwol
woi olld Id enable the university to go for forwaru torwar forwart
war 1 on Us present plans and do itswork its Itijwork It Itwork
work for the District DistrictWith Dl DistrictWith triet trietWlth
With f lye ve years free from financial ftnanealanxiety financialanxiety financialanxiety
anxiety we could hope to thoroughly thomu5hltabllah es establish e etablish ¬
tablish the university upon K iq new Rawby feaele feaeleby besi besiby
by sppeals to the country at large la e for foradequate toradequate foradequate
adequate endowment
The marriage of Miss Eva Guild Joimson John Johnson Joblson ¬
son daughter of Mr und Mrs Frank FrankR
R Johnson > n to Eugene Thomas Hughesof Hughes Hughesof
of Poolefcille PJol llle Md will Ill take place this thisi t thisafternoon s stterno
i afternoon tterno n at S oclock in the home of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the brides parents parentsOnly parentsOnly parentsOnly
Only a small gathering of relatives relativesand relativesand relativesand
and a fe fen r intimate friends will attend attenUthe aUen aUenthe attendthe
the ceremony which will be performed performedby
by the Rev Dr Donald DOIfLld C MacLeod MacLeodi MacLeodpautor
i paator tor of the First Presbyterian Church ChurchMiss ChurchMiss
Miss Johnson J will wear a handsome handsometailored handsometailored handsometailored
tailored costume of natural color pon pongee pongee pengee ¬
gee with a hat of brown and tan and andher andher andher
her bridal bouquet will be a shower of ofj ofBride ofBride
j Bride roses rosesMiss rosesMilts rosesMiss
Miss Grace Carroll will be the maid of ofhonor ofhonor ofhonor
honor and the brides only attendant attendantHer attendantHer attendantHer
Her gown will he of pale pink mous moussellne mou8line incuscoline
sellne und she will wear a black blackNeapolitan blackNeapo1ltan blackNeapolitan
Neapolitan hat trimmed with black blackplumes blackplumes blackplumes
plumes and carry ca pink rosebuds rosebudeCornelius rosebudsCornelius rosebudsCornelius
Cornelius Hughes will act as best man mani manfor manfor
i for his hi brother brotherImmediately brotherImmediately brotherImmediately
Immediately after the ceremony 0 there therewill therewill therewill
will be an informal reception for the theguests tileguests theguests
guests present and shortly afterward afterwardMr
Mr Hughes Hu hes and his bride will leave leavefor loavefor leavefor
for a Northern bridal trip to New York YorkPhiladelphia YorkPhlladelphle YorkPhiladelphia
Philadelphia and Atlantic City CItyMr CItyMr
4 4Mr +
Mr and Mrs Franklin Ellis left leftWashington leftWashington leftWashington
Washington yesterday for Ostcrvllle OstcrvilleMass Ostcrvllle1lass OstcrvllleMass
Mass where they thd will be the guests of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs Thomas T Gaff until July
10 vhen hen they will sail for Europe EuropeMrs EuropeMrs EuropeMrs
Mrs Ntvil Monroe Hopkins and Miss MissOlivia MittsOlivia MienOlivia
Olivia Howard left Washington Satur Saturiday Saturday Saturday
day for Narragansett Pier Mrs Hop HopI Hopkins Hopkins
I kins will spond the summer at the Pier Pierbut PIerbut Pierbut
but Miss Howard will leave there til re in inJuly InJuly inJuly
July for Newport where she will be the theguest U1eguest timeguest
guest of her brotherinlaw and sister sisterMajor sisterMajor sisterMajor
Major and Mrs Russell for th the re remainder remainder remainder ¬
mainder of the summer summerClose summerClose summerz summerClose
+ z
Close Residence ResidenceColonel ResidenceColonel ResidenceColonel
Colonel Colton and Miss Margery Cot Colton 001ton Cotton
ton will close their house en n Connecti Connecticut Connecticut Conneeticut ¬
cut avenue venue early In July and will leave laaveWashington leaverashlngton IsaveWashington
Washington on July 8 for York Har Harbor Harbor Harher ¬
bor Me where they will spend the th6Lieut the8811son theseason
season 8811sonLleut seasonLieut
+ I
Lieut K H Donavln and Dr J Jr R RDykes RDykes ItDykes
Dykes of the Mayflower were hosts hostsat hostsat hostsat
at a launch party down the Potomac Potomacyesterday Potomacelilterda PotomHcyesterday
yesterday elilterda afternoon The party had hadsupper hadsupper hadsupper
supper at Marshall Hall returning to toWasmngton toVasUington toWasaangton
Wasmngton by moonlight Among the theguests theguests theguests
guests were Miss White sister of Com Commander Commander Cornmander ¬
mander W W V White who chaperoned chaperonedthe i
the party Miss Louise White Miss MissMarie lnssMarlo MissMarie
Marie Brown Miss l lI s Winifred DavIs DavIsPaymaster DavtePaymaster DavkPa
Paymaster Pa master Adee Lieutenant Gllmer and andone andone andone
one or two others othershisfamily othersCol othersCi
Col Charles lL Heyl a accompanied ompltnled by byhis b bhis
hisfamily his family loft Washington last i ifor week weekor wee weefor
for or Deer Park Md where he has taken takena
a cottage for the summer I IMrs
4 4Mrs F FMrs
I Iher
Mrs Benjamin Reeves C Russell andher and andher and
daughters returned to Wash Washington WashIngton ¬
her twin
ington today from Cram Virginia where they tWeyhave Uteyhave theyhave
have been the guests of Mrs Merriam Merriamat
several days daysX daysGoes daysGoes
at her country co ntry place for
4 4Goes + X
Goes to Springs SpringsMrs
Mrs Howry wife of Judge Charles B BHowry BHowry BHowry
Howry will leave Washington next nextTuesday nextTuesday nextTuesday
Tuesday for tho Oreonbriar White Sul Sulnhur Sulpbur Sulphur
where she will spend sev several severnl soyemal
pbur nhur Borings Spri Jgs >
eral weeks Mrs Howry will then go goWHISKY goH1SKY1SHSKY
President Taft Will Give aHearing a aHearing aHearing
Hearing Again on Mon Monday Monlay Monay ¬
day ay NextThere Next NextThere NextThere
There is still more to be said saiOn on the thesraat thesr thegroat
of what is 1 a whisky whiskyThe whiskYThe whiskyThe
sraat sr 8t question hearing at at10G
The President will give a
Monday morning to toboth tobuth toboth
1030 oclock next
the famous and highly highlypaid hIghlypaid highlypaid
both sides when
involved in the matter matterwill matterwill matterwill
paid of So Solicitor Solicitor Solicltor ¬
will tell him why the findings fin lngs
licitor General Bowers were wrong Mid Midcalculated indcalculated ud ude
public to take a adrink addnk athink
calculated to lead the
e be bereal bereal bereal
not or might not
drink of what is
real whisky whiskyExceptions whlllkYException whiskyZxceptione
Exceptions to the findings of o Mr Bow Bowers Bowers Bowera ¬
have been made by b the attorneys attorneysfor attorneysfor
ers for Canadian wnisky Kentucky whis whisky whisky whizky ¬
redistilled whisky and that bever beverage beverage beverage ¬
ky Is made grateful to the palate palateby palateb palateby
age In charred oak bar barrels barrela ¬ i irels
by b a long
exceptions are couched in insuch Insuch insuch
rels These
such abstruse and technical language languagethat languagethat Janguagethat
they can not be understoo by any onyunderstand anybody anybody
that to tounderstand tounderstand
who are
but the lawyers
body understand and possibly the SolicitorGeneral Solicitor SolicitorGeneral SolicitorGenl1ral
General and the President PresidentThe Pr PresidentThe ldfnt ldfntThe
The upshot of the whole thing how however however however ¬
seems to be that no ruling on onwhat onwhat onwhat
is whisky will satisfy everybody everybodyand every bOd bOdand
that thatnever thatnever thatnever
and it may be taken for granted
will there come the time when whenboth whenboth whenboth
never both sides of the controversy will be beabsolutely beabsolutelY beabsolutely
absolutely satisfied Whisky is whisky whiskybut whiskbut whiskybut
but nobody will admit what whisky whiskyrfillv whiskYreallY whiskyreally
reallY isThis Is IsThis IsThis
This being the case the th President Presidentnot Presidentaain Presidentagain
again has Dean caned upon to review reviewnot reviewnot
not only the findings of Dr Wiley Wile but butalso butal86 butalso
also the verdict of Mr BCwers The Thearguments Thearguments Thearguments
arguments will be made in the Presi Prasidents Presidents Presidents ¬
dents office next Monday with an army armyof armyof armyof
of able stenographers present These Thesespeeches Thesespeeches i ispeeches
speeches will probably be the last word wordin
in the case and Mr Ir Taft will be con confronted confronted confronted ¬
fronted with the task of doing what whatnobody whatnobody whatnobody
nobody else has ever done donethat that is to togive togive togive
give a definition of whisky which will willsatisfy will18tisfy willsatisfy
satisfy all the manufacturers and all
the drinking r ren renSPOT en enSPOT
NEW YORK June 21 1The The Federal Federalgrand Federalgrand Federalgrand
grand Jury today began the investi investigation investigation investigation ¬
gation of the American Sugar Trust Trustwhich Trustwhich Trustwhich
which is charged with violation of the theSherman theSherman theSherman
Sherman antitrust law In obtaining obtainingcontrol obtainingcontrol obtainingcontrol
control of the Pennsylvania P nmylv nla Sugar Re Refining Re Refining RefInIng ¬
fining Company and closing clo ing down the theplant theplant theplant
plant thereby preventing competitionFROG competition competitionFROG competitionFROG
E 2 Lehman son of Herman G Lehman Lehmanof
of this city today todaywas was accidentally shot shotin shotIn shotin
in the corner of the left eye by John JohnDeter JohnDeter JohnDeter
Deter a companion while the boys were werehunting werehunting ere erehunting
hunting frogs The bullet glanced glassedmaking glancedmaking glnneedmaking
making a serious wound woundWhite woundW woundWhite
White W bite House Ho se Callers CallersSenators CallersSenators CallersSenators
Senators Elklns o West Virginia VirginiaKean YlrglnlaJean VirginiaKeen
Jean of New w Jersey JerseyDllllngt JetsoyDillingt ey eyDlIllnp
Dllllngt sm m of ConnecticutRepresentatives Connecticut ConnecticutRepresentatives ConnecticutR
Representatives R Vawney l1wney of Minnesota MinnesotaMorgan Mlnneaota1Iorpn MinnesotaMorgn
Morgan of Missouri MissouriByrne MI86 MissouriB1rns url urlB
Byrne B B1rns rn8 of Tennesseeneon Tennesseeilnon Tennessee TennesseeWilson
Wilson neon of Illinois IllinoisLovering IllinoisLoveripr IllinoisLoveripg
Lovering of Massachu MaceachuMciuIre Massachusetts Ma aehu aehuMaulro ¬
setts settsMcuire
Mcuire of Oklahoma OklahomaThe OklahomaThe OklahomaThe
The Postmaster General
to Syracuse M 4 Y to join a hunse hunsefor 1I eJ ri rifor
for two weeks wee after wbJeh see s e t tto Will g go
to Maine for the ramalndor 8 ot 0 the Thesoft S son sonson 1 1SOlI
son SOlIDr 4 4
Dr and Mrs 1r Henry H ltt D Fry will dose me
their Washington rasWance re Shortly and andSo a ago andgu
So to their place lce e in MeeeoohBEatte > for forthe fortne or orthe
the INrn summer er erMrs
4 4Mrs 4 4Mrs
Mrs E B Hastings and her daughter daughterMis dau daughterMiss ter
Miss u Bdgarina Itd ari Hastings will leave leaveWashington le leaveWashington ve veWashington
Washington about July 1 for Bedford Bedfordplace
Springs PR where roey have taken a aplace aplace
place for the summer summerMrs ummer1lS
4 4Mrs
Mrs 1lS John Iavi rat l Jones and Miss Ruth RuthJones RutlJones
Jones Jon arq expected to return to Wash Vash ¬
layton In n Friday from b m Bxeter eter N H Hwhere Rwfiere Hwhere
where tley want w nt last week to attend attendthe attendthe attendthe
the graduation of John Paul Jones Jr Jrfrom jrfrom Jrfrom
from the PhlHlpsBxeter Phil 1p Rxeter Academy AcademyMajor AcademyIftjor
4 43Iajor
Major General and Mrs Adolphus W WGresiy
Greely have taken a cottage at Center Cent r
Conway N H for the summer autnm Mrs MrsGreely
Greely Greel left Washington today for And Audover A Andover d dover
over where AdolpHfls E Greely Jr will
be graduated graduatedWilson graduatedWilsonRichter
fe feWilsonRichter
Wilson WilsonRichter WilsonRichterThe Richter RichterThe
The marriage of Miss Josle 3J Wil Wilson Wllson Wilson ¬
son to Henry C C Rlehter took place placeSaturday placeSaturday placeSaturday
Saturday afternoon at 4 oclock June 19 19In 19In 19in
In the home of th the bride on Kstreet Kstreettha K street atreetthe streetthe
the Rev J F Vonchal officiating officiatingImmediately offtGiatJngImmediately officiatingImmediately
Immediately after the ceremony Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Richter left Washington for fora fora
a Northern wedding trip tripRepresentative triPRepreeentaUve tripRepresentative
Representative Glllatt CubIt + entertained a aparty apaTty aparty
party informally at dinner dSanttrllast ilaat t last night nightat
at the Chevy Chase Club ClubJobn 4 4John
4 4John
John Barrett who has bean spend spending spenlll spendlag ¬
lag l g some time Um in Ohio has returned returnedto
to WashingtonMrs WashingtonMrs Washington VasblngtonMrs
Mrs John Wood of New York who whohas whohas whohas
has been b n the guest of her soninlaw soninlawof sOJmlawand somnhawand
and daughter the Assistant Secretary Seoretaryof
of the Navy and Jars Beekman Win Winthrop Winthrop Winthrop
throp will return to her home today todayLieutenant todayLlettenant todayLieutenant
Lieutenant Sweet U S N enter entertained entertaIned entertamed ¬
tained a party at dinner at the Chevy
Chase Club last evening ogenlngoi verinffDr
oi oiDr
Dr and Mrs Abram AbraruSimon Simon of Univer University Ut her ¬ 4
sity place have as their house guest gue t
their sister sl ter Mrs Frederick Friedland Friedlander
er and daughter of Chicago ChicagoMr
+ x
Mr nd Mrs Irs Ralph N Ellis of NewYork New NewYork NewYork
York the latttr formerly Miss Eliza ¬
beth Warder of Washington will spend spendthe spendthe spendthe
the summer at Newport the guests iuests uests of
Mr Ellis father John W Bills lhIs of
New York YorkSails YorkSails
4 4Sails +
Sails for Europe EuropeThe EuropeThe EuropeThe
The Danish Minister and Countess CountessMoltke Countesslloltke CountessMoltke
Moltke who have been spending theearly the theearly theearly
early summer with the countessparents countessparentsMr
Mr Ir and Mrs Nathaniel Thayer at their theircountry theircountry
country home at Lancaster Mass are areat areat
at the Hotel Wolcott New York for or a
few days The minister will sail tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow
row for Europe to attend the Fourth Fourthof F urth urthot
of July Jul celebration In Denmark and the thecountess thecountes thecountess
countess will return to Lancaster Lancasterwill LancasterMra LancasterMrs
Mrs S S D Sturis wife of Major MajorSturgis MajorSturgis
Sturgis accompanied by her children ehlldrenwill childrenwill
will leave Washington this afternoon for forNorven forNOroeno fotNotvon
Norven Vis where she will spend the thesummer thesummer thesummer
summer with her father Mr Ir Bement BementMajor BementMajor BeinentMajor
Major Sturgls will Join her later In the theWyoming thesummer
summer summerWARREN summerWARREN
Wyoming Senator SaysLeather Says SaysLeather SaysLeather
Leather Trust Is Getting GettingAll GettingAll
All the ProfitSenator Profit ProfitSenator ProfitSenator
Senator Warren of Wyoming came to tothe tothe tohe
the support of the causa of a duty on onhides onhides onhides
hides in the Senate today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The supporters of free hides have been beenattacking beenattacking beenattacking
attacking the Beef trust and saying sayingthat sabttthat sayingthat
that the duty on hides was sought by bythe bythe byLhe
the big packing companies constituting constitutingthe
the Beef trust Senator Warren turned turnedabout turnedabout turnedibout
about and charged that the cause of oftree ottree ofree
tree ree brides 1ides fdes was being bolstered up chief chiefly chiefly chiefy ¬
ly y by the Central Leather Compary or orLeather orLeather orLeather
Leather trust to which most of tho tan tanners tanners taners ¬
ners ers of the country belong belongThe belongThe belongThe
The Wyoming Senator told of the thegrowth thegrowth therowth
growth rowth of the boot and shoe business businessin
in n this country from 190Q to 1905 He Heshowed Heshowed Hethowed
showed that the business had largely In Increased Increased Inreaned ¬
creased but he pointed out that the theworking theworking theworking
working people were not getting the thebenefit thetenefit thebenefit
benefit of the Increase since in isfe the thewages thewage thewages
wages paid in the boot and shoe In Industry Industry Inlustry ¬
dustry were 2000000 below what they theywere theywere theywore
were in 1SOO 1SOOSenator 1JOOSenator 1900Senator
Senator Lodge explained this by theFacreased the theincreased theIncreased
increased use of machinery and Senator SenatorWarren SenatorWarren SenatorWarren
Warren admitted this had something to todo todo totie
do with it itSenator ItSenator itSenator
Senator Warren recalled the letter of ofPresident ofPresident f fPresident
President Roosevelt to Gox Goornor ernor Doug Douglas Dougas ¬
las as refusing to recommend free hides hidesSenator hidesSpnator hidesSenator
Senator Warren l armen paid a a tribute to Mr MrRoosevelt frRoo MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roo evelt as being fair and Just JustWhat justWhat JustWhat
What Congress Did DidIN
IN THE SENATE SENATEoneideration SENATEConMderatlon SENATEonslderation
oneideration of the hides schedule was wasresumed wasr wasresumed
resumed r and Senator Warren address addressed ¬
ed the Senate in support of a duty on onhides onhides onesator
hides hidesenater
Senator Stone presents pre nts an a amendment amendmentfor
I for leather free sm stioes > es and manufacture n of ofleather ofleather ofleather
Word arrives from Minnesota ola that thatFrank thatFrank thatFrank
Frank B Kellogg is a candidate for forthe forthe forthe
the place now occupied oceu by Senator SenatorClapp SanatorClapp SenatorClapp
Clapp ClappCorporation ClappCOlporatlons ClappCmporatione
Corporation tax situation continues to tobe tobe tobe
be complicated and Finance Commit Committee Committee Committee ¬
tee not yet ready to make report reportCONCERT repertCONCERT reortCONCERT
John S M Zimmerman Director DirectorPROGRAM Dlr D1retorPROGRAM tor torPROaRAIU
1 L MarchHls MajestySanglear Majesty Senglear
2 Overture Overturere L Domino Do no Nor NatrAubel
Auber AuberS
S L Due Duet f er clarinet and flute iluteuA iluteuAIJelUe fiutADialogue A ADialogue
Dialogue Hamm Hammth HammVoith HamraVolth
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