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Entrance Is Forced to Swan SwanBrothers SvanBrothers SwanBrothers
Brothers Store StoreGet StoreGet StoreGet
AL JLUBXAXDRZA > llxA fDRIA Va > DM l ec M MAt 26At tiAt
At aa enrly hour tfcte Ua t > tls morning m morttt c thievesforced thieves thievesforced i iforced
forced an II entrance < < l to the dry goods goodsstore goodss3tore I Itore
store tore of Swan Brothers at tho northeast northeastcorner JIOItbeaatcomer northeastI
I corner of King KlD and Pitt streets and andetoto andto andwtole
etoto to JZJ i which h1ch had been left in the thecashiers theca thecashiers
cashiers ca l ers desk whenthe wbftn tbe store was closed closedChristmas eloeeclChriatmu closedChristmas
Christmas Eve Nothing Nolhl ete elM has been beenfound beentound beenfound
found missing ndn The burglars bu 1an overlooked overlookedSL
SL safe ie Ik I lies t which was ON ONThe 1ltOTbe 10The
The robbery wa w was discovered dJ coyered by byCharles byCharIN byCharles
Charles B Swan when he went to the theftore theFtore thestore
ftore shortly after af r 9 oclock this morn mornIng mornSn morning
Ing Sn Police headquarters was at once oncenotified ODeeJlotilled oncefrothed
notified and Chief of Police Goods made madea e ea
a thorough examination Mr Swan is isnoslUve I IpoelUve Isposltive
noslUve that the robbery robberyw wa was committed committedthe committed1ut committedIAst
1ut night a8 he and hhf son were In Inth6 inthe
the store yesterday morning morningThe momln momlnThe morningThe
The police are Investigating Inve UpUnA a report reportwhich reportnhlch reportwhich
which was made to them yesterday of ofthe orthe ofthe
the vtpUUion iatton uon of the Byrd liquor law in inle inleKa inrecta
le recta ar to the sale of liquor on Christ Christn Chtiltmu Christman
n mu a Day 7 by a saloonkeeper in the thesouthwestern thefoulhW8tern thesouthwestern
southwestern seotton of the city yester yesterday yuterday yesterday ¬
day Two men reported they the had hadbought hadI hadbou
bought bou ht liquor In thl this saloon and and ChiefGoode Chief ChiefGoods ChiefGood
I Goods Goode upon upon investigating the affair affairfound affairfound arrairfound
found that persons perM D8 had been seen going goingInto goinginto 011UJ 011UJ1nto
Into the place When hen seen today Chief ChiefGoods thlefGOOC Chiefroods
Goods GOOC I stated that no warrant mA been beenissued beenlaeuect I
issued yot 01 but that he would have a aconference at I Iconforence
conference t with Police JuUce Justice Caton Catontomorrow CatontomoJro Catontomorrow
tomorrow It Is probable that the t sa saloonkeeper M1onkeeper asIponkeeper ¬
loonkeeper will m be arrested Byrd Byrdof Byrdlw Yrd Yrd1Awprohlbll
1Awprohlbll lw prohibits the theaellnr elUnr or gl awaT awaTof aJ aJoC
of liquor on Christmas Chl tmA Day DayTha DA7Tho DayThe
The Sunday School of C th the Methodist MethodistProtestant Methodletprote MethodistProtestant
Protestant prote nt Church will hold its Christ Christcelebration Clu Christmas t I Imas
mas mas celebration T Teeda e day evening The Thecelebration
celebration this thl year yearelaborate W will l be of M more Dlorf moret4 I
t4 f elaborato character than for many manyyears 1111I7FORTI5 manyoars
years yearsSomebody oars oarsEomebody I ISomebodY
Somebody in Particular was tho the6ubjoct thosubject thOJ
subject J > of an address delivered by DrForrest Dr DrForrest DrFrreet
Forrest J Prettyman a at the mQetragfor meeting meetingfor m Un Unfor < <
for men which was 8 held at the young youngpeoples JOUngcopl6 younggcoples
peoples copl6 building in South Washington Washingtonctreet Whtn Washingtonstreet on ontreet
street this morning morningIn mominIn
In al A l the churches of the city today todaythe todaythe todaythe
the Christmas Cbrl tmalt music was repeated In Ineach Ineach Ineach
each instance the services were con conducted conucted conducted ¬
ducted ucted DY y the regular ministers ministersLrSMons mtblaterL9Ieo ministersLesson
Lesson L9Ieo From the Incarnation was wasiven wa wathe wasthe
the subject of ap a Interestln Interestlnlsermon Interestlnlsermongiven sermon sermonIhen
given iven by the Rov W K jo Watson pa patnornlng pu putor peator
tor of the First Baptist Church this thistnomlng thismorning
morning This evening Mr Watson VAt on will willlako willkG will1ako
lako 1ako kG for the subject of his hl sermon sermonJes HrmonJesus sermone
Jes Jesus s and the Crowded C + owdNl Inn InnThe lJ IanThe n nTho
The board of o ofd dfcectors ooton of the attosa attosaRational ctUMnNaUonaJ Clt1aeesNaUonar
Rational Banff Blln h tea deelared a a1Id sesdtinnual B a1Idannual l lsinnual
annual dividend of 4 per cent also an antoxtra anextra anbxtra
extra dividend dlvl tnd of 1 per cent Thee ThesOlvidends Theehldend Thesetilvldends
Olvidends hldend are payable after January i iplc Ie IeDlo
9910 Dlo
Trolleyman Traver of the Washing Washington Washington Vuhlngton ¬
ton Alexandria And Mt it Vernon Hall Hallway RAI1way Railay ¬
way ay Company reports to the police policeJresterday ponceesterday policecsterday
Jresterday that a colored C lorf > d man a pas paseenger paafenser peasenger
eenger on his train from Washington Washingtonto Whl Whlto W ashi ashiio
to this city about 530 oclock yester yesterafternocn Y8 y yafternoon r rflemocn
afternoon had stolen hi b his gloves glovesT Ioves Iovesi
1 T iW colored man was arrested and will willgiven willI 111 111given
I i 4 given a trial tomorrow tomorrowschool tomorrowo tomorrowSunday
o Sunday school of 9C SMaryWeil darts dartswill
will hold its l 1 Ch Christmas celebraat celebra
at Ole hall ot the Young Meas MeasUty Measilty
i Uty Lyceum oum Tue Tuesday da7 afternoon at atI atck
I ok
okk Well a student of o Com Corasl TJnl TJnl1s Unl1a 1Jnfis
k 1s spending apen4luglbe lb the Christmas holt hollth bolls
a th his parent IMU8 tII in this tb city citytylLY cityIIL cityr
Parents P rents Dying of Tuberculosis TuberculosisWhile 1 TuberculosisWhile berculosisWhile
While Children Are Barefoot Barefootin
t in Ohio Small Town TownCQLtMBUS TownCOLl TownCOLT
CQLtMBUS COLT MBUS US Ohio Dec MA A father fatherand Cathernrl fathertuid
and nrl mother moth both dying of tuberculosis tuberculosisthree tubel tubereuloclathree < ul ulthTee
three children barefoot two t wo dog d and anda
a cat made up the family found by byCleveland byC1eland byCleveland
Cleveland police 101I f living In a cave cav In the thehillside thehllatde thehillside
hillside The one room had been n lit literally literally litcralf ¬
erally cralf dug out of the tb hill Light en entered flntered entered ¬
tered tered one small window The Th other otherthree otherthree otherthree
three sides of the room were Wfl formed of ofthe oft ofthe
the t he earth of the hillside hillsideThe h hillsideThe lllaideThe
The family was In a distressing dlartreeetn state stateof stateof tatE tatEof
of destitution dM UtuUon Charity Charlt organizations organizationsare
are A1 caring carln for them and win clothe clotheand clotheand clotheand
t and educate th children
orncJt8 orncJt8B
B F Mid 8ft41resMent IIQIPrMWeat MidPresident
President 1resMentAlex PrMWeatj
j JlR8fJ JlR8fJVIce Ja esa J abed abedVice
VIce PNIIIiIeIK PNIIIiIeIKJox Pr rrleert rrleertAlex
Alex Jox S Clarke ClarkeSecretary CII1IIcreUuT ClarkeSecretary
Secretary SecretaryHoward IcreUuTHoward SecretaryHoward
Howard Mores MomnTreasurer MoresTreasurer fo foTrr
Treasurer TreasurerEdward Trr TrrEdw TreasurerEdward
Edw Edward nl K Swan SwanAt awaaT awaaDIRECTORl5 SwanAet
At Treasurer TreasurerDrRBCTORB T TreasurerDIRECTORS
William WOIt H Burch BurchAlex BurebAltX BurchAlex
Alex 8 Clarke ClarkeAnthony MarkeAnthony ClarkeAnthony
Anthony Gaegl GaeglJohn Gti Geegler GeeglerJohn er erJohn
John B Caterltiflliam Cater GeterWilliam Ge r rlItiam
William lItiam Harm HarmJ
J 1 Philip Herrmann HerrmannR
R Harrison Ha rrlwm Johnson JofanaoaRay Job Jobar JohnsonRap
Ray ar E Middaufftl MiddaufftlWin Mtdda MtddaI Middaughf
Wm Miller MUlerFroward MillerHoward MIII r rHoward
I Howard Morah MorahJohn YOraftJobn MorshJohn
John H Ruppert RuppcrtB
B F 1 8aul 8aulJame laulJameIJ ul ulJames
James F Shea SheaJohn SheaJohn Ml Ml1obn
John Sbnghro Sta
Forester Pinchot Throws Down Gauntlet in Speech SpeechDeclares SpeechDeclares SpeechDeclares
Declares the People Have Lost in Systematic Grab
Continued from First Page PagerOjoiee Pagerejoice I Irejoice
rejoice too freely In the slice the special specialInterest apedAlIDlerNta specialinterests
Interest h have ve given us from the great yreatloaf gre greatloaf t tf
loaf f of the property of all It n the people peopleThe peopleThe peopleThe
The people of the United StAtes have havebeen hRVObeen havebeen
been the complacent eomp nt victim vtctt of a system systemof
of grab Bb otten perpetrated by men who whowould whowould ho howould
would have hav been surprised beyond mesa measure me meur8 mesaore ¬
ore to be accused aec of wrongdoing and andmany IUICImany andmany
many of whom In their private ptiva te live livewere IIv IIvwert lines lineswere
were model clthwns But they have suffered suf suffered suffered ¬
fered frcm m a curious moral perversion perversionby pener lon
by which It becomes praiseworthy to do dofor door dofor I
for or a corporation c things which they theywould theywould theywould
would refuse rftu with lth the loftiest scorn to todo todo I
do for themselves Fortunately for us usall usan usall
all that delusion c1tlu ion is passing pIUI tng rapidly away awayPresident AwayPrftIldent awayPresident
President Hadley well said that the thefundamental theundamental thefundamental
fundamental division of powers In the theConfutation theCondltutlon theConstitution
Confutation of the United States is be between betwten l ltween ¬
tween voters on the one hand and prop property property property ¬
erty owners oW n on the other f AV When Whenproperty hen henproperty henproperty
property gets possession poflSe8 lltn of tw voting votingpower votingpower votingpower
power also little is left for the > people peopleThat peopleThat peopleThat
That is why the unholy alliance be between between between ¬
tween business buslnf and politics Is the th most mostdangerous mostdntrerOU8 mostdangerous
dangerous fact in our political life I Ibelieve rbell4vf Ibelieve
believe the American people are tired tiredof tiredor tiredof I
of that alliance I Jlanee They are weary of ofpolitics ofpolitics ofpolitics
politics for revenue only It is time timeto timeto timeto
to take business out of politics and andkeep andkeep andkeep
keep it out outtime time for the political > ac activity a attvJty activity ¬
tivity of this thl nation to be aimed aimedsquarely aimedquarEI aimedsquarely
squarely quarEI at the welfare of all of us usand u uand usand
and and squarely away from the excessivep excessive excessiveprofits exceatveprollt8
profits p d s or o a few of us usMonopoly U81fIoRopoIy usMonopoly
Monopoly of Virtue VirtueA I
A man is I not bad because he is richnor rich richnor richnor I
nor rood ood because he is poor There hi hino I Inomonopoly Isno
no nomonopoly monopoly of virtue I hold nobrief nobrieffor DO brief brieftor brieffor
for the poor against the rich nor for forthe forthe forthe
the wageearner wa er agsbastthe against the capitalist capitalistExceptional capltallltExceptional catallstExceptional I I
Exceptional capacity in business bu lnea as in inany inany Inany
any other line of life should meet meetwith meetwith
with Ith exceptional reward Rich men
have served this thl country gretttly
Washington was a rich man But It Is Isvery Isvet isthe
very vet the clear that thatex excessive eshe profits from Itemth
thcontrol the control of natural resources resources reeo r mo motlopo ¬
nopolized th tlopo tzed by a few are not worth to tonation
this th1 nation the tremendous tr m8DdOWl price they
cost ed t us usWe usWe usWe
We have a4wed he b great corpora ¬
tions to occupy with their own men
the strategic trate < < lc Point In business In social oeI
and in political fife lift ifs It is our fault faultmore faultmGre faultmore
more than their We have allowed it itwb ItwlKn Itwhen
wb when < n we could have stopptd stopp id It Too
often w we have seemed to target that
a man in public life can no more serve lJ rve
both the special Interests and the people
than he can serve God and Mammon Mammonre
There re is no reasrs rea8r n why wh the Americanpeople American Americanpeople Americanpeoltla
people should not no take into their fir hands handsagain bandsuatn handsagain
again the full political power which Is
theirs by right and which they exer exercised exercised ¬
cised before the special interests Int bJ began beganSARATOGA beganSARATOGAFAIvl0 beganSARATOGA
Arondack ArondackSpring Spring One of Few FewPro FewProducing Pro Producing Producin ¬
ducing ducin Natural Naturally ly Gaseous GnseotisS1atrklin GaseousSparkling GftSeousSparkling
Sparkling Fluid
Analyses made under the direction of ofexperts orilxperts ofexperts
experts have developed the t e fact that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there are ar few if of the socalled M ahed sparkling aparttllnllten
waters haters ten sold in the United State that thatare thatare thatare
are naturally gaseousOne gaseous gaseousOne gaeouOne
One of th the places r laces where pure water waterlocality waterand
and natural JS are found In the same me I
locality is at Saratoga and lid of all thenumerous the thenumerous
numerous mineral waters watf > rtII produced at I
this famous resort tests have shown
that the product of th the Arondack Arondacksprtng spring tine I
gives n1IJ the highest hl he8t average aver f of healthful healthfulelements h healthfulelements thw
elements The Tb a aspring
water flows ows from a aspring IIsprlnJl
spring In a heavy pineclad mountain mountainjutd mountainAd mountainand
and Ad runs sparkling and clear from the thevery thever thevery
very ver rock k It Is bottled and shipped at
the spring side sidePOLICE sidePOLICE kle klePOLICE
Hotel Cashier Reports Being Held HeldUp HeldUp HeldUp
Up by Negro Christmas ChristmasMorning ChristmasMorning ChristmasMorning
Morning MorningInspector MorninglD MorningInspector
Inspector lD p6Ctor Boardman this morning monllnAAed as assigned ¬
signed Aed two headquarters detectives to
IDftR Investigate te the complaint of Edward J
Lewis dining dlnln room cashier of the
Raleigh Hotel that he was knocked
down and robbed of his gold watch wat h and an
S2X on New York avenu near Tenth Tenthstreet TfnthRtrf8t Tenthstreet
street northwest shortly after 1 oclock
Christmas morning
Lewis told Betectlve Qft cthell Weedon rf > edon and
Kleindinpt K < Indtnt this morning that he wan wangoing wasgoing SII SIIgoln
going goln to hi his home at 1352 1r Columbia road
from the Raleigh and was walking walkingwestward walkingwEstwanf walkingwestward
westward along New York avenue when whP whPhp
h hp was wa approached by a negro who whoasked whoukfl whoasked
asked him for a snatch
to nullify the will iI1 of the majority majorityThere maJoritylhere majoriThere
There are many men who believe And anawho Andwho andwho
who will always believe bE > lIeve In the divine divineright dlvlnright divineright
right of money to rule With Withosuch osuch such mn mne mnargument men menargument menrJUment e I
argument compromise or conciliation conciliationis a ais
is useless u eleslS or worse The only thin thing two twodo to todo todo
do with them 1 Is to light d bt them and andthem nt1 boat boatthem boatthfm
them It ha hu been done and It t can be bedone bedone bedone
done again
Want Conservation ConservationThe
The American Amorlc n people have ovMentaly ovMentalymade eldcmtaIYmade ovidentalymade
made up their minds that our natural naturalresources naturalr8tlourcea naturalresources
resources must be conserved That Is Isgood Isbut lagood
good but It settles etUe only half the flues fluestin nuostkm qu qutlon >
tin For or whose who e benefit ehall they the be beconserved beoontceN beconservedfor
conserved oontceN conservedfor for the benefit of the many manyor
or for the t e use and profit roftt of the few fewThe f6 f6The fewThe
The great conflict now being fought will willdecide willdecide III IIIdecide
decide There Is no other question que tlon be before berore before ¬
fore ue that begins ns to be so 0 Important Importantor
or that will III be belIO so difficult to straddle straddleas >
as the great question between special specialintonwt specialIntenwl specialinterest
interest and equal opportunity betweenthe between betweenthe betweenthe
the privileges prh1l rhdles gee es of the few and the rights rightsof
of the the many many between tffn government oernmentby oernmentbymen by bymen bymen
men for human welfare ac and f1 < l government governmentby vernment vernmentby
by m mn n by b money for profit i ketw etween hetweenthe etweenthe n
the > men who stand for the theRoolevelt theRooleveltiOlIcI Roosevelt Kooeeveltpolicies Rooseveltpolicies
policies iOlIcI and the men who stand s and against againstthem RJ11 againstthem n t tthem
them This is the th > heart of the conserva conservation OOl1t1ervalion conservation ¬
tion problem today todayThe todayTbe todayThe
The conservation Issue i sa moral moralIssue moralIlI8ue moralissue
Issue When a few men get possession possessionof C8Slon C8Slonor
of one on of the necessaries of life either eitherthrough eitherthro eitherthrough
through thro h ownership of a natural resource resourceor
or through unfair business methods methodsand methodsand
and use that control to extort e tort urdc urdcgrofits urld urdproflts
proftts as A in the recent case of the theugar theSugar
grofits Su Sugar ugar trust and the beef packers they theyinjure theyinjure
injure the average a ver e man ma n without good goodreason goodreason
reason and they are guilty of a moral moralwrong moralwrong
wrong It does < not matter whether the theundue theundue theundue
undue profit comes through stilling ltI1Un com competition competition ¬
petition by rebates r9bRtesor or other crooked de devices devices ¬
vices through corruption of public of officials 0 0fielals offlcfals ¬
ficials or through throughlMl seizing seizin in and monopo monopolizing monopolIzln ¬
lizing lIzln resources r itOUrcP8 which belong h > lonJ to the thepeople thapeople thepeople
people The result Is always the same samea 88J11ptoU
a toll levied on the cost of living liningthrough livingthrough livingthrouJh
through special privilege privilegeAverage prlvflegeverageIncome privilegeAverage
Average verageIncome verageIncomeTbe Income IncomeThe IncomeThe
The income Inco ne of the average ave e family in inthe intbe inthe
the United States Is less I than HBO 0 a ayear ayear
year To increase Inr the ttae cost OBt of living l1Y1 < < to tosuch tosucb tosuch
such a family f lJybe7 beyond IId th the reasonable reasonableprofit reaeonablepro4t11 reasonableprofita
profit of legitimate le ltlmste business is wrong wrongIt wron wronIt < <
It is I not ftO merely m rely a question of a few fewcents fewC4lIt fewcents
cents more a day for the necesarles of oflife or1If oflife
life 1If or of a few cents less le a day for forwages tora forwages
wages a u Far more is at stake takthe stakethehealth takthebealtb the thehealth
health or sickness IIIcIateof of little babies babh the theeducation theeducation theeducation
education or ignorance of children vir virtue virtue ¬
tue or > ice In ycun cunJit daughters honesty honestyor
or criminality In young sons the work v rk
ins in power of breadwinners tne the Integrity Integrityof
of families tamiU the provision for old age agein a agein e ein
in a woi fl I the welfare and an happiness happinessHEINE happlnenDENNIS happinessDENNIS
WeilKnown Business Man ManSuccumbs 11anSuccumbs ManSuccumbs
Succumbs After a Long LongIllness LongIllness Lon LonIllness
Illness Illnesst IllnessDennis IllnessDennis i iDennis
Dennis Muttony Mulls ny widely aftl known among nanouKbusiness amongbusiness n nbUIUne
business bUIUne men of Washington died at athis Athi athis
his hi home bot ae Fourteenth and K street streetnorthwest atreeanorthwNt streetsnorthwest
northwest this th morning at 925 oclock oclockafter oclockafter oclockafter
after an n ttack of heart disease diacnseMr dbletuteMr diseaseMr
Mr Mullany had been t in n poor health healthfor healthCor healthfor
for a long time but had been attending attendingto aUend1J1 aUend1J1to < <
to tht business he had conducted for formany formany
many years until Monday la laat t when ht hewas h hwas
was stricken with his last Illness IllnessMr illnessMr
Mr Mullany is survived by his wife
Helen two son Thomas Edward and
John J L and one daughter Mrs Cattetine Cath Catherine Catherine ¬
erine M Showalter The funeral prob probably probably probably ¬
ably will take place Wednesday Wedne da after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon the Rev William J Carroll Carrolltor pas pastor putor ¬
tor of St Patricks Church offclatiinn officiating
Interment will be In Mt t Olivet Ceme ¬
TOLEDO Ohio Dec aSnowballing
between betw Polish and Italian factions at atSteubenville atSteubenl1e atSteubenville
Steubenville Ohio early today was wasfollow wasfolkwa wasfolltwcd
folkwa follow l by fatal resultsBrickbats results resultsBtickbats retJuUBrltJ
Brickbats BrltJ < batll were W re resorted to when snow snowballs In01baJJs snowballs ¬
balls proved too soft and an Italian Italianrushed ItalianrUllhed Italianrushed
rushed into th the fray when w fn the Italians Italianswere Hallllnwflre Italianswere
were being worsteil wor ttol and fatally stabbed stabbedTcay slabbedTtty labbpdTCl
Tcay TCl ftawsult It of the opposite faction
Under U S Treasury Superfision SuperfisionWinding Sup Supf
f r rt1
I Winding Win rng t1 t1I Up UpA
A g Prosperous Year
1 mm
We are happy to state that prosperity in ingenerous ingenerous ingenerous
generous measure has attended this banks efforts effortsduring effortsduring effortsduring
during this year that is now rapidly drawing to a aclose aclose aclose
close and we sincerely hope that you have been beenequally beenequally beenequally
equally blest blestAs blestAs blestAs
As usual our deposits have made big in increases increasesabout increasesabout ¬
creases creasesabout about 400OOOvhich 400000 which shows that the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public reposes every confidence in us usIt usI usIt
It I t will always be our earnest effort to justify justifythis justifythis justifythis
this confidence and guard our depositors inter interests interests interests ¬
ests as jealously as we would our own ownMay OVI1iay ownMay
May the New Year bring you many joys and andmuch andnluch andmuch
much prosperity
I Home Savings Bank Bank7th
7th and H Streets N E 436 7th Street S W Wi
or the misery miser and degradation of the theplain theplain
plain flJaln people aro Involved in tho cost of ofliving ofII ofliving
living livingTo II
To To tho special special Interest an unjust unJU8trlso unjustrise unjustrise
rise In the cost of llvlnjj moans simply simplyhigher simplyhigher simplyhigher
higher profit but to thoso who pay pII It Itthat itthat itthat
that profit is measured in schooling schoolingwarm rebootingwarm schoolingwarm
warm clothing a reserve to meot emer emergencies omergncl emergencies ¬
gencies gncl a fair chance to make the fight fightfor fighttor fightfor
for comfort decency and right living livingMust 1Ivln 1IvlnMust livingMust
Must Face Truth TruthI
I believe ir our form of government governmentand
and I believe in the golden ldon rule But Butwe Butwe Butwe
we must face the truth that monopoly monopolyof
of the sources of production makes It Itimpossible ItImpOflBlblo itimpossible
impossible for vast numbers of men and andwomen andwomen andwomen
women to earn a fair living Right here herethe h herethe re rethe
the conservation con enraton questions touches the thedaily thedally thedaily
daily life of the great body bod of our pee peepio people poopic ¬
ple who pay the cost st of special privi privilege prhllege privile ¬
lege le e And tho price IB heavy Thatpace That Thatprice Thatprice
pace price may be the chance to save the theboys theboys theboys
boys from the saloons and the corner cornergang cornerganJ cornergang
gang and the girls frbm worse and to toirmke tomltke tomake
make good citzenH of them instead of ofbad orbad ofbad
bad for an apaallinx proportion of the thetragedies thetrAJellles thetragedles
tragedies of life spring sprln directly from fromthe fromU16 fromthe
the lack of a hUll money moneyThousands moneyThft18nds moneyThousands
Thousands of daughters clau hters of the poor poorfall poortan poorfall
fall into the hands of the white hlte slave slavetraders slaotraders slavotraders
traders because their poverty leaves leavesthem leavesthem > s sthem
them without lthout protection Thousands of offamilies ofCamllies offamilies
families as the Pittsburg Pitt bur survey 5ure has hasshown hassho hasshown
shown sho n us lead lives of brutalizing brutalizingoverwork brntaUzlnoerwork brutalizingoverwork
overwork in return for the th barest liv living 1IvIng llvIng ¬
ing Is it fair that these thousands of offamilies otmllles offamlllea
families should have less than they theyneed th thneod theyneed
need in order that a few families should
iave swollen fortunes at their oxptee ex expense ¬
pense li61IJe7 Let him who bo dares deny del1 that thatthere thatthrfe thatthere
there is wickedness a in grinding the thefaces thef8l thefares
faces f8l 08 of the poor or assort that these thesehro thesektO thesertco
hro not moral questions whloh strike strikethe strikethe strikethe
the very cry homes of our people If these theseare thesoare theseare
are not moral questions there aro no nomoral nomoral nomoral
moral questions questionsBitterly questionsBitterly questionsBitterly
Bitterly Attacked AttackedIt
It is the honorable distinction of the theForest theForest I
Forest Service that it has been more moreconstantly moreconstant1y moreconstantly
constantly more violently and more bit bitteriy bitterty bitterly
teriy attacked by the representatives of ofthe otthe ofthe
the special interests Interl ts in recent years yearsthan yearthan yearsthan
than any other Govetnmetit Gox G oemml enunont > nt bureau
These attacks have increased in vio ¬
lence and bitterness bittt > rneu lust in proportion proportionas proportionas
as the service rvlce ha hY offered effective opposition op opposition opposition ¬
position to predatory wealth The more moresuccessful moreJilucce moresuccessful
successful Jilucce ttCtt1 we hare been In preventing
land grabbing JUld d the abaorptloi b orptlO1 t of ofwater ofwater
water t r power by the th special Interest the themore thfmol themore
mol more ingenious In enlou tho more devious and
the more dangerous these the e attacks have
i become > ecome A favorite one is to assert assertthat 1L886rttbat assertthat
that the Forest Service in its zeal for
the th publ < welfare has played ducks and
drakes with tho sfis O 8 of Congress s
The fact is on the tl > e contrary that the theservice theservice theservice
service has ba had h waTawt wa rain of law for everything ev everything everythln ¬
erything it hasMlone hu done Not once since it itDEWEY Itr ItDEWEY
Friends Friend Congratulate Admiral AdmiralVJio AdtpiralqJ1o AdmiralWho
Who Is Seventytwo SeventytwoToday SeventytwoToday SeventytwoToday
Admiral George Dewey the hero heroof heroor heroof
of Manila Bay today tOda is I receiving receivingthe recelvlnfthe
the congratulation con atulatlon and felicitations felicitationsof
of o his many friends on reaching reachin Ms Msseventysecond ti ti8ventY llsseventysecond
seventysecond 8ventY d birthday blrthd8 anniversary anniversaryAs annl ersary ersaryAs r ary aryA
As A a year ago the admiral passed passedth pu passedthe ed edthe
th the day quietly at his kl home 161 K Kstreet Kstreet Kstreet
street northwest and received In Informally Infopn Informslly ¬
formally fopn l1y his done friends who braved bravedthe brAvedthe bravedthe
the weather to pay th thulr dr respects to tohim tohim tohim
him himPrev
Previous Prev to Admiral Deweys Deweysser Deweysseventyflrat
HYentyftlllt ser ntynr t birthday blrb y he bad since sincemaking sincemaking lnc8making
making hi hIs home here after the theSpanishAmerican theSpanlllhAmerlcan theSpanishAmerican
SpanishAmerican war given an In Informal IntorJnal informal ¬
formal dinner at his home Owing to toan toAft toan
an attack of illness IlIno s last year he wascompelled wa warompolled was
compelled to break the precedent and
his health this year has been such
that it wa was not thought thou ht advisable for
him to entertain his friends at a
dinner I
was created has any charge chac c of illegality
despite the most searching investigation investigationand
and the bitterest attack ever lod to re rever revcr reversal
vcr versal al 1 or reproof by either house of ofCongresF orCongrest ofCongress
Congress or by any Congressional com committee committee om ommlttee ¬
mittee Xot once has the Forest Ser Service Servloe Service ¬
vice been b n defeated or reversed as to toany toany toany
any vital legal principle underlying u its itswork It Itwork itswork
work in any ny court or administrative administrativetribunal acrmlni8tratlvetribunal administrativetribunal
tribunal of last resort We Ve hold it to
be the first duty of a public officer to toobey toobey toobey
obey the law But we hold it to be
his second duty and a close second cond to todo todo todo
do r < erjrthlns the law will let him hlmdu do
for the he public Rood and not merely
what hat the law directs or compels him to toenough todo todo
do Unlo Unless the public service serve 18 alive 8Jhenough aliveenough
enough to serve the people with enthu ont ontslasm onth onthsiasnt ¬
siasm there is very Yet little to be said
for it itj
j Unjust Demand DemandAnother DemandAnother DemandAnother
Another and unusually unusuall plausible plRusbleform plausibleform plausibleform
form of attack is l to demand that all allland Allland allland
land not now bearing bearln trees shall be bethrown bethrown bethrown
thrown but ut of the national forests orlMlt For Forcenturies 1 Forcenturies > or orcenturies
centuries forest tires have M burned burnedthrough burnedthrough burnedthrough
through the Western caItern mountain and andmuch andmuch andtouch
much land thus deforested detoro tcd Is IICtteredthrouhout scatteredthroughout scattered scatteredthroughout
throughout the national forests awalt awalt1ns awaJt111J awalting
1ns 111J reforestation This land is not val valuable valuab1e vsiuahle ¬
uable for agriculture and will contri contribute contrlbutp contribute ¬
bute more to the genera welfare un under under under ¬
der forest than In any oth other r way To Toexclude Toexclulle Toexclude
exclude it from the national forests forestswould rorestswould forestswould
would be no more reasonable than it itwould Itwoul itwould
would bo > in a city to remove from tax taxation taxation taxatlon ¬
ation and municipal control every build
In Inc lot not ndw n w coveted by a house houseIt houseIt
It would be no more reasonable than
to condemn and take away aw from our
farmers every acre of land lRndthat that did not
boar a crop last year or to confiscate confiscatea
a mans winter overcoat because he hewas hewas hewas
was not wearing werJn It in July A genera generation generation generation ¬
tion in the life of a nation is no longer longerthan longerthlln longerthan
than a season sea on in the life of a 0 man manWith manVlth manWith
With a fair chance we can and willreclothe will willreclothe willreclothe
reclothe these denuded mountains mountainswith mountainswithforests with withforests withlore
forests lore t and we ak for that chance chanceRapid ch chanceRapid neo neoRapid
Rapid Absorption AbsorptionStill
Still another attack nearly successful successfultwo
two years ago was wa an attempt to pre prevent prev4nt prevent ¬
vent the Forest Service from telling thepeople the thepeople thepeoplf
people through the press pr what it is isaccomplishing I Iaccomplishing isaccomplishing
accomplishing for them and how much muchthto muc mucthis muchthis
this nation needs the th forest forestIf
If we cannot toll what we pro do doing doInS doing ¬
ing the time will comewhen there will willbe willbe m mbe
be nothing to teli It Is just a neces noceseary necessary no es essary ¬
sary for the people to know what is being be being beIng ¬
ing lone < to help them as to know what WhatIs
Is being done to hurt them Publicity
Is the essential and Indispensable In con condition ooncUUon condition ¬
dition of clean and effective public publicservice publIcervlce publicservice
service serviceSince serviceSlnco ervlceSince
Since the Forest Service called caJ1 i1 pub public public public ¬
lic attention to the rapid absorption of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the water rmwer sites site and the threaten threatening threatenIng threatening ¬
ing growth K great reat water power mo monopoly monopoly monopoly ¬
nopoly the attacks upon it have In Increased Incre increased ¬
creased cre weJ with marked rapidity I an anticipate anticipate anticipate ¬
ticipate > that they will continue to do dofo doso
fo Still greater opposition Is promised promisedIn
In the near future There Is but one oneprotection oneprotecUonan oneprotectionan
protection protecUonan an awakened and deter determined determined determined ¬
mined public opinion That Th t is why by I Igive 1sivo Igive
give you the facts factaLOCAL factsLOCAL factsLOCAL
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If 1 QUINCY SMITH President PresidentA EDWARD EDV ARD S MUNFORD Treasurer TreasurerW
A 1 M LOTHROP Vice President PresidentJOHN W V REGINALD LEWIS LE IS Assistant Treasurer TreasurerDIRECTORS
JOHN B SLEMAN Jr Second Vice President Pr ent
Henry L Goodwin GoodwinGeorge A E G L Leckie LcckieA Cuno H Rudolph RudolphF E Quincy Smith SmithM
George Geor e H Harries HarriesLee Harri A M Lothrop LothropThen F R L Siddons SiddonsJohn M t A Winter WinterS
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