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TAFT AND CABINET CABINETOE CABINETCONSIDER CABINftCONSIDER
CONSIDER REMOVALOFCHIEFFORESTER REMOVAL REMOVALOf
OE OFCHIEFFORESTER OFCHIEFFORESTERPresident CHIEF FORESTER FORESTERPresident FORESTERPresident
President Thoroughly In Incensed Incensed Incensed ¬
censed at Actions of ofGiford ofGifford ofGifford
Gifford Pinchot PinchotLIKELY PinchotL PinchotLIKELY
LIKELY L KE Y TO REMAIN REMAININ REMAININ REMAININ
IN OFFICE AWHILE AWHILEAdmimstratkw A AWHILEdninistratioa VHILE VHILEAdministratioR
Admimstratkw Afraid to Lose AdvilOtage Ad Advantage Advantage
vantage by Order of f Dfemeaal DfemeaalAt Di9AI Di9AIAt 1 1At
At This Time TimeA T TueGiUerd Ie IeOt
GiUerd Ot Pincb PIIIcb t title fereater hi Ute UteA tinsa
A A trlcal ricoltaral Ifepartment will not be bedischarged Ded bedtscbat
d dtscbat discharged ted fuuaeelMtaIy liHas > sllatniy from the Gov Govand GoTeraJDeftt Government
eraJDeftt armies altbeu6h It the President PlwlideDtand Presidentand
and his Cahimit are thoroughly bly < incensed incensedto incetteedbecatrs
becatrs of PtDcIaots action Ia MDdIDg MDdIDgto
to Senator Doinver the lb letter attacking attackingthe ttaektngthe attackingthe
the Administration AdministrationThis
theTbia
This was the raJormatten tntornu dan ototetoabte ototetoabteat obta mabte mabteat
at the Why Wl Rouse as the President Presidentand rntdentand Preatdentand
and his Cabinet met for their t regular regularbiweekly regularhl regularhiweekly
biweekly hl hiweeklyThat Y conference conferenceThat eoDf eoDfThat
That eventually Mr Pinchot will be beseparated beted beseparated
separated ted from the service is un undoubted undoubted undoubted
doubted doubtedLate doubtedLts
Late yesterday y afternoon fallowing foibwtngturn fallowingPlaebot f8IlowtngtlIe
turn jedhur nllt of the Plaebot letter in inlite inthe inthe
the Senate entee Mr Taft wall w a mo Indiana lDdIpan lDdIpanthat fadf6r3anthat n nthat
that ie wished to dtocberee Mr Pin Pinchot Pinhot Pinchot ¬
chot < hot summarily uy He bad a conference conferencehowever eoaferencehnwfNet eotrerence eotrerencehowever
however with Attorney General Wickeillbaaa Wick Wkket Wtckeif
et eif eillbaaa rhhaun > bas Secretary eeretary of the Treasury Mac MacVeach MacVeach MacYeach
Veach Secretary of State Knox and andSecretary andSeeretary amtSecretary
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Mr MrPinchers KrPinebots MrPtncbots
Pinchers superior superforAcme superiorA auperiorAdvie
Acme A ei Taft te t Wait WaitThese WaitT WaitTbee
These T men Advised that the President PresHkmtwalt Presidentwait
wait unto he could discuss the matter matterin tter tter1n
in the fan Cabinet meeting today toiayforetaJdD be before
fore foretaJdD taking such action aetIoILTIM actionThe
The matter Is being g considered JIG aoll m mthe 1ft 1fte1lfllY Inevery
every detail and fIOIIL firere IIy < AIIItre aagi Dy Dythe bythe
the Cabinet which to stilt III m nee neoaion IIeMIIDaThere neoaionThere bn bnThere
There is little reason to believe the tleePresident UtePr thePresident
President Pr wtt dismiss Mr Pteehot at atthis atthis atthlg
this time timeReasons ueR treeReeeons
Reasons R for bin delaying suck action actionare AetIoaare actionare
are arefollows gins Ia cIrcIes ed dea u uol1ow aefollow
follows followsImmediate followImmed1ste ol1owIrnftate
Immediate discharge of Pinchot would wouldtake W01IkItake wouldtake
take away much of the ammnniOon ammnniOonBallinger ammatlolawhich ammteniUonwhich
which Is 1D store ta 1 avor vor of 8ecNtarT 8ecNtarTBaI1bIpr 8eaetar y yBaWnger
Ballinger to the Congressional eo inoniry IIIIIIukYiaD Inquiryfate inonirywhich
fate tile BaII BsIIII erPlnehot erPlnehotwhich PIiDcbet h t twhich
which to atwntrte 0 becm becmIn LIn
In canes consideration amoeta of the bare barecf sre J Jthe 1ossa3Y 1ossa3Ycf
cf < th the distavery eonv 6 cf aJI any fraud fraudamong trawlamong at ata
a among the subordinate oncers h TT the tnaInterior tbaIntHlln theInnterN
Interior InnterN r Department 1tment the summary Dis Dismissal w wmissal oiemisaal ¬
missal of f Pinchot and his subordinates subordinatesat
at a t this time would w ulc1 put the Administration Administra Administration ara aratlon ¬
tion in a bad lignt before the pules public publicFinally pubDcFtnally
Finally the Administration AdmnitRrat having havinggotten batDottea vies viesgotten
gotten ottea behind the Congressional inquiry inquiryto tnquty
to show Mr Bellingers luuoc luuocall innocence of ofall ofall
all r rto the charges made agates him himto and andto
to com comf compel the dhrnisssI 1 of PIDdaotIN PIDdaotINffr P Pfer >
ffr f er to have the whole thing thingaccording carried ont ontaccording oataccord
according accord to program programLikeJy procnuoLikely programLikely
Likely te Kenafa R For 11 < TiQeernleas Time TtoeUnless Timernle8s
Unless new facts or considerations are areday arebr arebreufeht
br breufeht Jugirt < out In tile Cabinet mfhtg M Mday i ijay
day jay Pmchot will be allowed to remain remainn ren M Mn
n the t Government service until UDtiI1ssa his diF disinissal diFscal
inissal scal will follow as a matter of OIlIftfr coor course courseafter ± e eafter
after the Congressional OnaI tavesUamtten tavesUamttenThe trdOa trdOarr
The rr 9 he Cabniet is by no means a wit U on onth eonf ent
th f 1 ne subject Attorney General Wiefcer Wiefcerj WIdIerham Widterhatn
+ j ham especially is understood to flavor flavorthe faTOrthe hvortree
the immediate separation of Pinchot Pinchotfrom PIDehott
t from rom the pay rolls roIl1But roll rollBut rollsBut
But COIMIideItDtr considerin the whole situation situationthre lilt liltt shed shedt
t here is no reason now to believe Pin Pinchot PInhot Plnc ¬
c chot hot will ill be fled at this time timeBy timeBy timeBy
By tie tt e friends of the forester It is isopenly Isptnly b bopenly
openly < ptnly xwsted Ed that he would welcome welcomedismb welCGIDedismlJ welcomedismIi
dismb dismlJ > Vl I at this time because he thinks thinksAdministration thinkshe
11 he can make a better tight against tile tileAdmlr1Iftra theAdmirtrtration
Administration On when be Is out of the theservice theserYke theaervlee
service than when he to In K It By even evenhis evenhis en enh15
his friends it is admitted that be of offended oCfndecl offended ¬
fended grievously rIeYo T against A the proprie proprieties et ¬
ties t tee and against an Executive order orderwhen olCterIIi orderwhen
when IIi htn he sent to Senator Deliver his bisletter hisletter hisletter
letter which to construed eon truoed by bv the Ad Administration AdrnlnlMratJon Administration ¬
ministration as a flagrant attack attack attackits apse upasits apseits
its policy and past acts in regard to tothe to1ht tothe
the pllingerPtacnot P controversy controversyAll ntrovel8YA
All A 11 officialdom was discussing ise ihllt the episode epi episode ¬
sode today but at the White House aH aHth allthe altthe
th the talk i iThere was in a stern tone 0 0There voice voiceThere
There is no question but that tile Presi President President l ldent ¬
dent would d discharge dbIe Mr Pinchot thisCendnneed this thisContinued thisnttnued
Continued nttnued on PatJe Pag Twelve lweIYeWEATHER TwelveWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The weather daring d tonight t ht and Sat Saturday Sutday Satirday ¬
urday east of the Mi Misstaafopi river will willgenerally wiltsenerallv willgensin
gensin generally fair f l except that there will willsnow
be snow BOO w In northern noruaern New England Enr 1 lead tto to tonight to tonight o onmqht ¬
night and In the Lake region during dtalonthe duringthe
the next thirtysix tbIrty tx hours hoursThe bounThe hours hoursThe
The temperature will wi fall decidedly d4Iel dJT inthe in inthe Inthe
the Atlantic States tonight with a cold coldwave coldWave coldwave
wave south of Pennsylvania Pennayly to and in including lad ¬
d cluding 1 u4iDlt udiJ1 northern and central Florida FloridaThe PIoridThe PloriidaThe
The temperature will rise in the lower lowerOhio IoWerOhio lowerOhio
Ohio valley the middle Mississippi liesise val valley vallEY val valley ¬
ley and Indiana tonight ht < and in the thecast theEast i ieast
East Gulf States tate tatm Tennessee ee the he Ohio Ohioalley Ohiogalley
valley alley aDd tM upper Lake region Sat Saturday Saturday
urday urdayStorm urdaytonn urdaystorm
Storm tonn warnings are displayed on the tbeAtlantic theAtlantic theAtlantic
Atlantic coast from Hatteras Batt to East Bastport tport Eastport
port and on the Pactac coast from fromSan frontSan tractban
San rVandaco northward northwardThe DOIthwarThe northwardThe
The winds along the New England saland and andmiddle aDdmid andmiddle
middle mid le Atlantic coasts will be benorthwe high highnorthwesterly hlghnorthwesterly
northwesterly northwe erly uiminishing tonight tODlllltthe oa oathe onthe
the south Atlantic coast brisk north northwest aortItest northwest ¬
west est and west weet dtaateiahing dbnlaht tonight ton1 bt on onthe 011the oni
i the east Gulf coast moderate MI aertlterlrbecomdug north MIIbbec9adDtt ly lybecommc
becommc variable TI1a1IkFOIUICAST vartabieFORIDCAST variableFORECAST
FORECAST FOR T THE E DISTRICT MSTRICTFair D18TJUCTFair DISTRICTFair
Fair and much colder with a cold coalwave coldwave
wave ve tonight Saturday fair continued continuedcold contneuedcoltdt
cold coltdt < old minimum mlDlmumabOUt tLiaputslin t tonight tdgMa tonightabout
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about a IS l degrees degreesI degreesTEMP
TKMPHBATURC TEMP TKMPHBATURCTomorrow iTITRSB iTITRSBi
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Boa Sunsets aet IIIIta 4 4Co 415 415CON
CON Co fDITION > y or WATXR WATDtIt
It HARPERS FURY W Va V Jan 1 Janatmac TJFI irtf ki
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WILLIAM PHILLIPS
ENGLAND ENGLANDBY AROUSED AROUSEDBY
BY REIDS LETTER LETTERConstrue LETTERConstrue LETTERG
Construe G orls r rEffort Puyicmtfen PuyicmtfenEffort tlr tlrEffort
Effort to Interfere i With WithPolitics ith ithPolitics ithPolitics
Politics PoliticsJan PoliticsLCDOit
LO LCDOit ON Jan 7 iWIIIIua WHttaat WHttaatthe PIIIIIIIIII PIIIIIIIIIIAnt PliiilMArst
Ant secretary c tee teea Aata1out rbes rbess7
s7 a a tte t w rv Indian dian te tet tothe
the postponement ot f W marrfaso to teMies toKiN toLltes
KiN Caroline Astor TJrytoa made sec secsesarT JteCF necessary
sesarT by F the temporary t absence eC Am Ambassador Ambseeedor ¬
bassador Whtteiaw Reid has a new newpeek DeWpeek newpeek
peek of troubles t en hand today r by the thedyuist theof thedion
dion dyuist m of Reids letter to Donald DonaJdMacXaeter DoaaJdKaeXa DonaldMacMaster
MacXaeter ter written I December > eoemoer S I M Mm tD tDwhlc 1 1In
m In which he said that statentents statellla ts eon eonThJs eoncorning
corning 11 naeSflOyraeat Ia America wen wenIJTeMly warsiYeatbY
IJTeMly iYeatbY exaggerated exagecatedI exaggeratedThis
I This letter Is DeW beIII beta meads as asof aee aeeof weor
of by the Conservative oampatgn ora orators
tors as proof that the American pro protective NOt proteeuve ¬
I
tective t tI policy tends to furnish emptoyaseat eMPloY empteyment eMPloYment
ment te American workmenEvery workmen workmenfind ticJIteR ticJIteRHrT
Every e exert ert Is 1HIInc reds tHq M MftIId tonut
find out from MacSCaeter or Sir Charles CMrhsw CberiesWalpol j jWatpeie
Watpeie w the UniOMtot U candidate forpertiaaeest for forI torpartIameRt
I partiaroeBt frem r th t < Sberteey 3iert t eT er division divisionof
i of Stfrrey in whose w behalf the letter letterw letter letterw
w m s made Jost puMie yeseroay yeMenlaY whether whetherReid wJtetberI
I Reid authorised riae4 its pufrttoation PGbJloatioa Ifdid If a adid b
did c1W the Liberals Intend to make it itmatter a am
matter m etter of international IIIM investigation oa oathe enthe
the theory that a a foreign tlc diptomatierepreeentJLtive tlcretMH diplomaticrepresentative
repreeentJLtive retMH RtatlV8 aaa been Kultty ulfty of meddifag med meddHng medttK
dHng ttK m In purely pare T local political affairs affairsIf atfsesIf I III
If the use of the letter WaS unaatbora unaatboraed
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ed Reid will sill not become Involved mvolvedNeKber InOlyedNeltber InvolvedNeither
Neither MacXaster nor SIr Sfa Charles has hasseen bMi hasbeen
i seen accessible acce lble today They are both bothon bothtour bothon
on a campaign tour tourRebert tourRebert tourRobert
Rebert Bacea CGHitei CenoniteLRobert C CGHiteiRobert as lte lteBobert
Robert Bacon the new ambaeeador toFrance to toFrance toI
I France is in London today aad has hasbeen 116been hasbeen
been in conference with Phillips pre presumably pre preuapably peesuably ¬
sumably regarding the attitude that the theembassy Utei theembassy
i embassy should take with reference to totbe tothe tothe
the letter letterTh JetterTh letterThe
Th The embassy 811 te trying to make light lightd UgbtoC j jof
of tbe affair but there Is an evident air airi airof j jof
i of uneasiness unea e in all concerned ia thematter thej thejmatter the thematter
matter This uneasiness was not lessen lessened lesseRI lessened ¬
ed In the leeet east wnen when beD 3h Robert Hudson Hud Hudson Hudbead ¬
I son bead of th the Central Liberia Asso Assosnxtion oIllation Assosbttioa
Illation declared today that that we do donot doDOt donot
not wish to make Reid another Sack Sackville sdtYille See k krf1k
ville There is ne doubt the letter waswritten was waswritten WItwritten
written in i good faith but t we consider it ittbe Ittite Itthe
the duty of foreign representatives repre not notte BOtte notis
te interfere e in our r politics ht the tta slight slightest sUghtI silghtnt ¬
est degree We oaanot help regarding regardingthe regardtogthe r88tdtDgtile
I the present situation as a grave Indis Indiscretion 01 01cretloD ndbaetlon ¬
cretion cretionLord aetlonLord
I Lord Sackvflte Went v est WAS the British Britishambassador Britishl Britishaunbanadot
ambassador to the United UJ ted States who whowas whowas whowas
was dismissed by President Grover GreverCleveland GroYerCleftlaDd GroverCleveland
l Cleveland for conversations conftr atlona with a re reporter re reporter ¬
porter and for writing a private reply replyto replyto
to a naturalized Englishman EasI hi Gainerala Gainer California CaUQrI ¬
ala regarding I tie tt e Presidential Pre election electionSaSer eleetJonS1Iffer electionSahel
SaSer Least Wieaess WieaessReids I Ieae8sReIds
Reids letter Jett which was vas a reply to toeerrefJpODdent a a aeerroBpondent
eerroBpondent stated that the thetltat thethat charge chargethat
that there t ere were from a 8 M IiM I to 400MW 400MWm 400tIHmea 4 4men +
mea m a unemployed in America wee a gross grossexaggeration sexaggeratton groomand ress
exaggeration and that Americans suf suffered suttered suftered ¬
tered less from enforced ela one idleness tha thathe than thani than111e n
i the workmen of any other country ow owing owIlag owtag
Ilag tag to the high wages paid them during duringtheir duringI duri duritheir Sg
I their employment which ieb enabled them themte tltemte
te save up enough moo gh to guard ntrd against per perloee petof perledn
loee of kHeaese kHeaese32be IdieneseThe
The 6 ecabasey sago ie letter was W861CQntln a a
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WASHINGTON HOST HOSTidr HOSTOF HOSTOF
OF OLD KING COLD COLDtdi
idr Reaiches R h s Here H re re TodayFor Today TodayFor
For Stay of Twenty Twentyfour Twentyfour Twentyfour Twenty Twentyfour
four Hours Hoursto HoursWasl
Wasl Ye ptorn t Qf4 to tedey ted faces ftwesleetiag anothe e8IC e8ICwaYe seidware
wareIt ware waYeIt
It wtII wI be of short duration rat ratoM prsbbty prsbbtyIst1eg
leetiag only oM twenty twentyfoar four neuca boom but while wnftewfu wIaDeIt whileIt
It tazriM the heaviest winter wIlMerwm earis ebs ebswill
will not be uncomfortably warm TIM Thewind Tbewind TIMw1nd
wind wilt blow as a chilly reminder of ofKin orKbag ofSing
Kin Sing r WhIter but withal it will be beThe dinarThe Fleer FleerTbe
The indications point to moderating moderatingtber 1DOCIeradIacIIfII moderatingweather
IIfII weather tber after tomorrow tomorrowTfeis tomorrowIIi1s tomorrowThis
This is the promise of Prof E Eo B BOarriott B Borrto BOsertoft
Oarriott official forecaster tre a8ter < of the United UJdtedStates United9ltstee UnUedStatee
States Weather We Bureau who who4kop predicts predteteof
s 4kop + op of twenty degrees tot teh temperm tempermtween t tbin temperotrue
bin between tween this afternoon and toaaor tomorrow toaaorInasmuch tOlllOrJ9W
row Inasmuch as the thermometer tbea at atS j
S oclock o eIock this morning registered regt tweCI thirty thirtytwo thIn7two thirtytwo
two degrees a fall of twenty would wouldl worldto
to l lIBc mg it down to twelve with game Mk Mkand JIkUbood llklthood
I Ubood that lee win again eGIL eos the river meraa4 riverand
and nearby ponds and lakes lakesIa JakeLIii takesIn
Ia New 1f ew England EnglandTh EglalM1TIn EnglandTht
Th TIn storm that yesterday ye t and last lastnight tmpt lastsight
night nave Washington WasbSn tOl1 < such a disagree aleagroaable disagreeable grM grMable
able reminder of winter is Isill today spend spending spendbag ¬
ill its forces ever X New ew England It tgland with withthe wttthe withthe
the accompaniment ilneftt of stiff wind windBoston wtnck wtnckBo windsBoston
Boston Bo and other coast cities are arein fast fastin tazstill
in tbe grip of ice and sleet and n nfrom reporu reporufrom rfrom
from those centers say y walking walkingperilous < ftt fttPHiJous is as asperilous
perilous to man and beast as it Ithere was washere washere I
here yesterday ay With a high gh wind in inthat inthat
I that vicinity there is I also al o every probe probebiiky probability ¬ I
bility that the rockbound Jtboand New Newwill Newwill p England Englandwill mr
will be tbe graveyard of considerable considerableshipping COD8Identbler coneldereblmoves e
I shipping r faeel before todays S storm stormsin moves movesin mcweTodays
in another direction directionTodays directionTodays
Todays cold wave in Washington W8Sbbt tot followed fotOwed totlowed ¬
lowed one of the heaviest rams rains of ofwinter the thewinter thewiDt the
winter wiDt and to a great majority m joritY o1Capitals of the theCapitals theCapltats
Capitals residents ts it was probably wel wetcome welcome welcome ¬
come because u18 it obliterated the lastyesterdays last of ofyesterdays orye8ternays
yesterdays coating co of ice from the thestreets thestreets th thstreets e
streets The center of the storm Brav Braving JDOVog movlug ¬
lug og in a northeasterly direction dtreeU04oveor passe passeover pee peeover
over this city about 4 oclock o this mom monitor momIn morntug ¬
tug In Between midnight and 4 oclock oclocknearly oclodcnearly o onearby clock
nearly an inch of rain l1 a fell and rvhen rvhenthe vhentile v vcity hen
the thetarn city awoke this morning it f fund rU1Idthe Kind Kindthe
the theand sun Jt struggling struggling lIng through thr lfh heavy clouds cloudsand doodsand
and a cold wave in F FWires sight sightWires sight sightWires
Wires Improved ImprovedWith ImprovedWIth ImprovedWith
With the passing jNL ng of the storm of ofand sleet 1IIeeta4I sleetand
and main n also passed away for the thetime thttune thetime
time being at leant I At the wire wiresaftered troubles troublessuffered troublessugered
suffered yesterday by tbe telegraph sad aadtelephone aMteleophooe sadtelephone
telephone companies According Ing to the thewire tbeWire t tfee
wire fee chiefs of both the Western Union Unionand Unionaa3 OII OIIaai
and the Postal companies this morning
the wires in aH directions are working w wIn
in good shape and the prospect for forconducting forroMucttng forconducting
conducting co n ducting ductingtion business S without interrup o ¬
tion is excellent In taking tak1 stock sto k today
the telegraph tele and telephone coi companies companiesfound corJIpIU1ieIfound pen penfound ins
found themselves better oft as regards regardsdamage regardsdamage
Ifound damage e done by the storm than was w s at
first dentT1 supposed supposedTbe
Tbe T1suamg suamg damage nearby near J WaahJneten WHi Oft OftDt onwhiib waa waarooigafficant
rooigafficant Dt white whtl whiibWill considerable repair repairwill r
will be needed in the vicinity oi e the
Great Lake cities Panlc ima particularly tkolarty 1arl7 sear
Cleveland OhIo where It is isabout reported reportedabout
about m poles went down underweight under tbe tbeweight tbewe
weight we of ice and sleet on the wires wiresTWO wiresTXlO wiresTWO
TWO TRAINS LOST LOSTIN LOSTIN LOSTIN
IN MONTANA SNO SNOHBLIiNA SNOW SNOWHELENA SNOWHKLBNA
HELENA Mont Jan 7 7T 7Twq Two pas passenger p psenga ¬ 1
senger trains a soevrptow aad a loose looseengine leoNEIIItgIBe
engine are host oa the Northern Norf Pa Pacrflc P Pctac
chic tracks aocordm according te riiread uea ueaIt rAeILIt ra raIt
It is believed they th are in the vicinity vicinityof vt tty
of the Grey cliff a station between tw twIbBI betweenThnieer 13b 13bTimber
Timber and Columbus but this is mete metesurmise m > n nsurmise Se Se1RI e
1RI surmise surmiseTbe
1RITbe Tbe blockade is effectual Cuts are arefilled aTflDeft a atlfeel re
filled with ith fine snow packed as s hard hardand bar
and solid as ice Many Man victims of offreesiag ofed
freesiag in tt t the e Northwest are report reported ed edeet
The coal famine in the Northwest Northwestseemed orthw orthwseemed eet
seemed to be most acute west of the t tIslsouri
Missouri river Ion along the St to t Paul road roadaad totu
and when the executive eaecutlveomcB offices at Pierre PJernie4 P Pt PierreQBnaauea
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QBnaauea t ntinued e4 ga Page P 2ge se Thlrtecn1 ecnl
SENATE f APPROVALot APPROVAL APPROVALOF PROWL PROWLIS
OF ot COMMISSIONERS COMMISSIONERSIS
IS EXPECTED EARLY EMISpecial EARLYSpecial EARLYSpecial
Special Meeting of o District DistrictCommittee Distri DistrictCommittee t tCommittee
Committee May Be BeHeld BeHeld BeHeld
Held HeldRUDOLPH HeldRUDOLPH HeldRUDOLPH
RUDOLPH PROBABLY PROBABLYWILL PROBABLWILL PROBABLYWILL
WILL BE CHAIRMAN CHAIRMANGeaeral CHAIRMANGe CHAIRMANGeial
Geaeral Ge eal Joimstoa Jo Jo iastan Will Assume Du Dutws Duties Duties
ties ties Why Have Been Per Performed Perfonned Performed ¬
formed byH by H 1iL L Wart Wartdelph WeiitJI
WqouMmwR JI au eC c can B Jit JitdeIpIt Re Redoph
delph and ad Ow Owpeoted JIM 1 J Johnston asComiMtai u uot
ComiMtai ot In rs c die ii DIIItdIIIt is x xIa t tpeon
peon la the Seethe there are t tfar thusfar tnu tnufar
far notoday no outward argot oC 011IItieIt II IMltM sadthe
tM belie wan e eaprnsed pa III by bytoday Senebcs s FI at m mtoday
today that the tINtwe tINtwefir1Dt4 twa atea would be b era era1Irmed ooaftrmed
ftrmed without utT difficulty diticaltyToday difficultythr
T Today was the Jar IIIeeda dsy ItC ItCthr
thr Senate District Committee oJldtt tothe to totIN fi fith
th tIN < t nominations oou are referred It Itr Itno Itno win
no r held and there u will be ae regular regularmeeting r rmeetbltr s
meeting now until next Friday FridayBut 1Irtda7B1ItJt FridayBut
But B1ItJt it is erected either thatlD4etm that a special specialth specialnweting
nweting lD4etm C wilt be called eaIIeII Jll Monday 01 that tIIatthe thatthe
th the eonuntttee win be b polled Tb T1aellltlb T1aellltlbabUltIet Tbs pr pteb ptebiarWagt b babiliUe
abilities are that tJaatwill Chainmui chebataawill G iarWagt Une r rwill
will poll the tto eoonatttee and that s fay favorable fayorable fav favorable ¬
orable r report M > rt on tfc tile mtwes wilt wiltto be b made viadei madeto
to the dleets M Iay aM aMtake omdrnoition omdrnoitiontake
take pines i tea t1ea I Ia any y event ev Mt It will wUInot willDOt willnot
not b be later than Tueaday TueadayJ T TAa
J Aa M 990 uses mm conflrmad tits r t < te new w Ow OwPav9e IM IMMiG Geemnisaioaeta
mnisaioaeta MiG a are expected t lwiKy Itloka It ItJM
loka JM as I they tIteytJM would be aMs fie fiedim
dim no by the middle of tile week weekFaei weekFav
Fav Pav9e red By GaWa GdliJlt8l GdliJlt8l8en11tor srSenator er erSenator
Senator G GuiNaser Utta 4M ehalnMB a of f the thepoae tile8eJIate the9eaat
8eJIate DI C Ceemtttee III AP Lsvr + w wto alNo
to o the CQ Commssiowrs r 11 and will JM op oppoe ep eppose
poe their eonftrmattpn He H MId today tedyke todaybe ykDew
ke knew of no M > opporttkm Ta T eact eacttllat fact factthat tactthat
that hoth are Bepubttoang JB net er erwmfctjtt eacpeded escpeeted
peded to stir lIP any saa saaant O trnbie trnbie9b
9b ant eOsial act el tlw ten tenxalds
xalds ors > 0 4 4e n IiINc IiINcdie
die eeth Dr Drte Tedatse Tedatseotary
e ah by wmfctjtt TlattaU se seotary eo eopraeMent
r otary te o the r4 beard wilt 1M to eIeet eIeett a apmident
praeMent t This honor It ta understood ondentoodwfll ecI derstoodwill NHI NHIm
will be bestowed U ateR en > M Mr Rudolph Jtodelphwfeo R RWM RudolphWho
Who to MpoiiiUrt 11 ll le41 as a the aucceaear MICe oft7ee of ofOaiiPlBrtomi of1WSoIwr
t7ee OaiiPlBrtomi 1WSoIwr oaer Marftirhmd The dlvfaton dlvfatonof elMsioaof
of duties depeadg entirely upon theCoeamiseleners the theCowintoiioncra tIMC1meIII
Cowintoiioncra CowintoiioncraAccording C1meIIIAecoftIJIa CoeamiselenersAccording
According to pent arraasemeBta arraasemeBtaMr a arraa omts omtsMr u
Mr Rudolph wit winI aemme 1De control of ofYMon ortile ofthe
tile departatents eW
ender tIM er erYIIIIoa sepetrhlon
YMon of Ceauafeeioner Ifaefartaad Ifaefartaaddodtnir lIael In Ineluding Ja Jadud
eluding dud the F Fire re a and d Health Depart DepartJDellta Departments ep epaad
JDellta men of tIN Sealer Of Weights Weightsand t taM
and Measures uree Klectrtcal Dflpartmeat Dflpartmeatoffice Depetmeatofkce t toftce
office of the neriateadeat t4IIdftrt of laear laearance bMlarBoafli Iaeuronc
onc ance e Boars of rides office of tIM tIMIpector theInspector
Inspector of mat Jat and Meters and all altueaseigned anull allJainateBs
ull ueaseigned matters mattersJons
JDattentDties
JainateBs Dalies DaliesThe Dtiesnae DetiesThe
The auditing and accounting aeeountbagor systma systmaof
Of the District government XOV now BOWthe nnder nnderthe
the sap 2 whin oC cWIIIotMr West Westwin Weet
win probably be assigned to Coramfe Coramfeutoner CoIIIiaNJIIoDeto Commissioner
utoner Johnston This Tb tedttdes the oC oCnce olace ofIke
Ike ace el f the collector of taxes tax the Mol cone ciBoeof coneof
of the auditor and the disbursing 4II8bursI oftI oftlcot o oftIcer l leec
eec Cotmntoatoner Comm Cor tutee loser Johnston will willprobably also alsoprobably alsoprobably
probably bav have charge of the tINt streetcleaning street streetcleaanin
cleaning denartai department t t the potiee departmeat depart department rtent ¬
meat office of the property aleck the theaaeeJMofc theoffice theass
ass aaeeJMofc ese eses office and th the board of ofnobUe s ssletant BE BE3l
3l aesemurty II fU the o oC the aato aatomobile to tomobile
mobile board boanI the bathing teach 1teaeA officeof office oCkeof
of the corporation DOuneel and the bar harbonnaflter8 ar4r barborm
bonnaflter8 borm s teas 4r Ice oMceAs Ices
As s an aneraptoy evidence of their esteem e teem the theempIoy
eraptoy employee of the Dtotrtot governmentpreparing government are arepreparing arepr
preparing pr to present to the retiring reckingCommtaeloners retkiDgOonuaI retiringCommieeioners
Commtaeloners OonuaI a teetlmonfeu te the nature natureof natllreof
of which is shrouded in mystery it was wasthe wsthe
the Intention to surprise CommisSoneMacfarland Coramtsetoners CoramtsetonersMaeCartand loners lonersJIacfarIDd a
MaeCartand and West t by presenting pr preeeatiH to tothem tothem t tthem 0
them a gutstaatial token of their re regard re regard ¬
gard but it is believed the Commission Commhwtoners Itonaandy
er ers already have 11 an inkling Inkltn of what wha q 18 18itt s sht
ht store for them and will not be taken takenentirely taJceDentirely ink inkentirely en
entirely off their guard Until the ar arrangements arts ¬
rangements ts are folly completed C8m > Ieted jow jowever > w wIIer
ever < the committee in cbfr chfrge e declines declinesto declinesto
to make public Ae detalh detalhPrecedent detaikrPrecedent aUfl aUflPrecedeut
Precedent Fonrd FonrdW1A Fourdntk
With respect to the yaUaMttty of ofGeneral ofGeDenM o oGeneral f
General Johnston as a Commissioner slo sioner sionerti tr of ofthe oCthe
the ti e District of Columbia COIu to view viewthe of ofthe or1b4t
the fact that he is a resigned 3 officer officerof ef1lc4trof runtsof r
of the United UJ ted States
army there ie isprecedent a aprecedent aIk
precedent Ik ellllllt for suck action in the appoint appointmeat appolBtDIftlt
meat of Cant 0iIpt Seth I L Phelps who whoa was wasa wasa csa
a graduate of the Kara Academy Aea emy and andserved aJtdMnred am amaltyed d
served In m the navy until iWtillaftflr tKatter after the eteee eteeeof eor
of the civil c n war when he resigned r gnd gndenter to toenter toftater
enter the service of the Pacific Mail MailCompany JilaitT 3f 3fCatapany
Company T
Captain Pheips was nonpertisaa ia iapoUtles IntOIttIc 1 n
polities and held the office of Comas Commissioner Comasaioner ¬
sioner with Commissioner Josiah Beat Beata DeIIt Denaa f
a r DeIIIocrat > emocratr from July 1ut 1 li 1878 to No November No Noember N Nemle o fo fa ¬
r rd ember emle r 29 2 197 l87t 1871 on the permanent Board Boar a
of Comuaieeioners Commissk 8iOoers > ners Previously he heserved had hadserved dMyed
served from January 1 18 1X75 1XTi to June 31
187S on the temporary Board of Com Commissioners ComJftl88kmen Caromiesloners ¬
missioners Like General Johnston he hewas bewas A Awas e
was a man of marked mental mentalcu1 mentaland < culture cultureand 11re re
and of extended business s experience experi mac
both in the service rvlce and in private life
Commissioner Thomas P Morgan Morganserved whu whuserved wtIueerved
served on the board with Cafctain C tajn stain Phelpe Phelpeand Phel
and Commissioner CollUl 88lofter Dent Dent aHhough tthou class classed ¬
ed as a Republican ubltcan In n the noun nounemwaisns municipal municipalcampaigns
campaigns in the District District1 was an anthe n ac ae ¬
dye Democrat so that party dl titslotvase distinction tJDetion titnctfo tt
betweea the Comooissioners has not al always alDeeD ¬
ways DeeD oieeeiy drawn IiwnMORE j jMORE
MORE PUBLIC LAND LANDTAKEN LANDTAKEN
TAKEN OFF OlfF O F LIST LISTS LISTSAwaiting LISTSwaiting S
Awaiting proposed tegtobitiOR iegistt tion Secre Secretary Secretary Seer Seernary ¬
tary Balliager Ba1Ua u today made t teen temporary temporarywtthdrawal 1eIRwitWrawal
withdrawal al ef ot1J 14 t L 1 acres m in Arlaena drtaonaw406 and andS4M aR4lace8 sa d
S4M acs acres as In Cdorade ae con conat containing taming
ier at 3t tt RbilUl KIS
FURTHER RAILROAD CONTROL e eRECOMMENDED
RECOMMENDED BY PRESIDENT
Points in New MessageMessage Message MessageMessage
Message is is Is considered consid red in many m y yportant respects most im important important ¬
portant President Taft has sent to t Congress CongressEmbodies CongressEmbodies Congressembodies
Embodies ideas of Administration dmlni tration on further con control control control ¬
trol of common carriers and control of interstate cor corporations corporations corporations ¬
porations porationsRecommends porationsRecommeDds porationsRecommends
Recommends grl greatly gre tly enlarged powers of Interstate InterstateCommerce InterstateCommerce InterstateCommerce
Commerce Commission of railroads and other commoncarriers common commoncarriers commoneIT
carriersCounsels carriers carriersCounsels eIT ers ersCounsels
Counsels creation of United States Court of Com Commerce Commerce Colnmerce ¬
merce to have exclusive exc ve original rigin jurisdiction ju isdiction over in interstate interstate In Interstate ¬
terstate commerce litigation litigationRecommsaids 1itigationReco litigationRecommends
Recommends Reco thai power be given Interstate InterstateCommerce InterstateCommerce IterstateCommerce
Commerce Commiton GoHnnis6i CownRi l m to control capitalization of railroads rail railroads railroads ¬
roads roadsCarries
Carries recomraeadatlon recc nl dation that earners earners be permit permitted permitted permittd ¬
ted to make traffic agreements a e IJlents subject to approval by bythe
I
the commissionStrengthening commission commissionStrengthening oommissionStrengthening
Strengthening of a safety appliance law and em employers employers employers ¬
ployers liability act is reommended reommendedEnactment reommendedEnactment
Enactment of lw for voluntary national incqrpor incqrporation incQrporation incgrporation
ation of concerns engaged in interstate business is rec recommended recommended rem remommended ¬
ommended Federal control and practical pl ctical immunity immunityfrom immunityfrom imminji tY tYfrom
from prosecution expected to accompany such a law
MAXIMUM PENALTY PENALTYIS
IS GIVEN COLLIER COLLIERJustice COLLIERust
Justice J ust ustice ce Gould Justifies Jurys JurysVerdict JurysVerdict Ju s
Verdict in MurderCase Murder MurderCase MurderCase
Case CaseJohn Case7ebII CaseJoin
John W W Confer eacpoltemaa 8 P1lt was te teTtra w t tserener
1 serener te Wean Yeee IttIIIdrt IttIIIdrtet1Ite tetpdmttrrsect
et1Ite ttrrsect e ise aailea r a 11 11krn
krn Ttra ea la se ft ftpoftce Ott d 0 0H lid lidmm
mm H Ii Methewa au the 1Itdt 1Itdtponce tN precfbee precfbeestator
ponceIa ponce mat mattrial stator statorIn
Ia otenellrg tile motion for a De Detrial new newtrial
trial trial Janttae 1 Gould declared that thecase the thecase tbcC88
case was the most w t remarkable ra Ia manyrespects many manyrespect JIID7tIIat
respect that bad ever n come com before hint htmCoiner h hOoIBer hintColter
Coiner stands before me me he said saidla 8 IrfIIadoII mdfa
la relation to his conscience co eteace as a mys mystery tayatery yJt yJtt ¬
tery t 7 Ia none of the evidence have I Ibeen Ibeen Ibeen
been able to pan the slightest t hint as asto 8to asto
to Ms motive Yet I feel that tae tilecIIct TBT rsrdiet TBTdlct
diet wax a fair taIrDIItUtut one onefor eweDistrict
District Attorney ttenMr ker ea moved movedfor V84 V84fOC
for sentence CoWer CoWered Coll er Dale anti no noMood a ameved
meved ed Mood U9 U9HM upHit
edHac
HM KetUac f te Say SayHave SayHay SayPiave
Have Hay you anything ll7dablcto to say Mr Oai aslIISrT OaiNo 011llerr
llerr a asked Ute JadIIe JadIIeo jeclgaNo
No o sir was the reply replyla replyla reptyIn
la In my y view of the tin case caH continued coattbeuedtie continuedtbe eGiIIIt C CUN
tie court COtIrt the July was CJAM1he justified on onthe
the th th0000ive e Sngl stegto theory that yon need ex exeesetve xcesetv
eesetve force 0ICe gainst ag inst Captain Mat Matthews JaIatOMwSo 3tattbews ¬
thews thewstbe My 7 JDapr impreeelon 18 that a aIleDteRoe severe severesentemoe
IleDteRoe UDder the kw III neceeeary for torMI forshe
she vindication vhl kel of the Ut law in this thiscase ddcaP thiscase
case The Thelf Jif life of a valuable dttoen dtisenwag cIUaenwas dttoenwas
was taken under circumstances which whichtbe wblehUte whichthe
Ute Jury say were not sufficient to towarrant toWarraDt
warrant the e lengths to which you went wentThe weRtTIM wentThe
The sentence of the court ia that you youserve youMeTe youserve
serve a term of fifteen years IB the tbepenitentiary theeB1t thepenitentiary
penitentiary penitentiaryAttorney eB1t penitentiaryAttorney tIrT tIrTAttorney
Attorney Ltpecomb b then declared his hisintention billIDteation hisIntention
intention of flUng a b bill ll of exceptions exceptionsand exceptteDalld exceptionsand
and asked a ked thatColWers oat lIers ball of tqbtsvS tqbtsvSbe 11 11be 10 M Mbe
be continued In ink tbe name amt aaMraatwhich amouat amouatwlllch amtwhich
which was granted grantedJustice grant gJaDtJu grantJustice
Justice tIce Gould commented very fully fullyon fuUyon fullyon
on every phase of the ease after lis listening JIIIten ¬
ten tuning to the exhaustive argument argumentmade Ip1DeDtmade
made by Xr LIp Ia Ms mottoIor motion motionfor mouoaror
for a new trial trialArguments trIaLAr trialAlg
Alg Arguments Ar ents Fer s er New Trial TrialIa Trial1a
Ia hs arguments oounoet fir f Collier CoUteracIvaaced Colliera4vaace r
a4vaace the claim c lsi n that Me chests ctientsease C 8ntsea
ease had been prejudiced k by the action actionof aotIoftof
of the District Attorneys office incommunieatinp 18commundnt in iscotnmunfcatitng
communieatinp with the Bishop o of ofWashington ofWuhlftgton f
Washington coeet concerning tIng the presence preeOf preeOfthe of ofthe
the th e eand Rev E L 1 Mott In the court room roomaad roo
and with the chief of police concerning concernen concernenthe K
the attitude of several members era of the theforce theforce fineforce
force friends of Collier who approach approachtrial approached
ed him and shook his Wand during thetrial the thetrial
trial trialHe trialHe trialHe
He also argued that the theof imposition impositionof
of a fine upon him him incident to the anti fisticuffs ftsUeutls antiemKs ¬
cuffs in which he end endhtal aDletrlot District Attorney
Baker Bak r indulged indu god bed a prejudicial effect effectupon eftectUDOR
upon the case caseIn caMIn
In speaking of the interchange Inte of ofblows orblows
blows Justice Gould said Nothing otI in inmy 1ftmy
my experience has pained me more I Ihave Ihn
have the highest b heM regard for the counsel snneetfor counselfor oounaelfor
for the defense de eR But while the District DistrictAttorney trktAttcrney
Attorney sag suggested 1kJ Mt414 e etusted tbat t > at Mr IJpsoombs IJpsoombsstatement LIJJecombstatement s
statement was untrue tusted 3ar fir Lipecernb Lipecernbu nb nbthe b bis
u aced d the AngloSaxon word which whichaghung is
fighting ft talk the world worldover worldoverlItiemeD over among amongeeatteroen
gentlemen lItiemeD of red bloodCHANGES IoodCHANGES blood
CHANGES ARE MADE MADEIN MADEIN MADEIN
IN ENGINEER R CORPS CORPSOfficers CORPSOft
Officers Oft 0 cers Engaged in River and andHarbor andHarbor an
Harbor Work Given New NewAssignments NewAssi
Assignments Assignmentsnei Assi ments mentsThe
The following toHo e mange h dM person
nei a of the Engineer Corps r of d the tie aran aranhave army armyhave 8111I7baye y
have been 1MeRaaaouD announecU amtnoumer Il to become effec effective eifectift elf elflure ec ¬
lure February Fe 1 1Major M MXajor
Major George Geer g P Howell on dusty mn mnder
der the chief of engineers la thin cityto city cityto cityto 1IIlj
to be put la charge of river aDd harbor harborand barboraM her herand
and fortttteatlOB fort stioa works in the Gorses Garreaton G YeiII1 Gorseston
ton Tex engineer district distrietCapt districtCapt I
Capt John C Oakes Oak in charge A ft thGalveston h hGalveston A AGalvPSton
Galveston district to assure charge hr c rge e 01 01tii u uto i 1 1elf
elf tii Second Cincinnati ditn distrwt t reneving renevingLacut ftUev ftUevLieut
Lacut Cot James G Warren WarrenMajor WarrenMajor V ITe ITeMajor
Major Robert R R Raymond on duty dut dutin r rin
in Ute engineer school in Wafchinr Wafchinrto W Wto ton tontt n
to assume charge of 1f Te river lid aadbor ar arbor
bor work in the WW WttrMngtoav > uegtos t Del Dud > ei en enKiaeer enImer
Kiaeer Imer district reltevhCopt relieving reUevlnf capt Lewis H HRand B BRand
Rand who will be sent eu sent to toe theIn barracks barracksin t a y
in WashlnrUm 5Vashia toa 1o log dtrtz utL utLI
I
TOWNSEND m mTUFTS GIVENTAFTS
TUFTS 1 1Michigan RITE BILL BILLMichigan BILLMichigan
Michigan Representative Repre entative toFoster to toFoster toFoster
Foster Interstate Comcoerce Com Commerce Commerce
merce Measure MeasureUpea MeasureUpon i iT7pea
Upon Repraeentativft Ie Charles L L ZJoya LIov LIovr
Tow Tawoeeod r as sead at affchlsjna chlpee 1JII8 irtH tft Sk the thernisratt the
hers ef JI inning b t hhamess she o
A rnisratt + rltieer fewer Eoe dos n ainiisro > bin
dgfted by Atnwney A y General Wicker Wlck r
sham The huh l II will be put Were the
Boas House next Monday MondayBeareseacrnve T
Beareseacrnve BeI r8Rt1 Ye Townsend cUed epos eposthe pen pentbe
the Pre lden4 today and was selected as assponsor assponsor
sponsor of the measure Mr Townsend Townsendwas Townsendwas
was given the honor because of his dosestudy dose dosestudy cioge8UJdy
study ef the question tJon In 3905 he wasJoint was wasJoint
Joint author thor with John J Each E8ch of WiscouIn Wis WiscoBsta WIs1 WIs1COII8III
coBsta ef the FOoalled EschTowD5enc EschTowD5encrdlr08iIl BachTownsendrailroad EschTowusend EschTowusendrailroad
railroad bill which gives to the later laterstate Interstate
state Commerce Commission tae powerof power poweref DOweret
ef reckoning railroa rallroaj rates ratesThis ratesThis
This bill W wa LS the parent of the Hep He >
bum rate bill billLATHAM WIILATHAT1 billLATHAM
LATHAM IN AERO AEROGOES AEROGOES AEROGOES
GOES UP 3300 FEET FEETRecord FEETRecord FEETRecord
Record for Height Exceeded by byMore byMore byMore
More Than 1000 Feet by byFrench byFre byFrench i
French Fre lch Aviator AviatorMOiXRi AiatOJIIOURMbLO AviatorMOUR
MOiXRi JIIOURMbLO r LON Prance FraDCe1aa Jan 7 7HHen 7HHenIAthm THuberLatbom Hubert HubertLatheai
Latheai today established a new recordfa record recordfor recor4tor
for height when he seat his monoplane monoplaneto
to an altitude of 3969 3 feet feet besting betDgBlOC by bymore bymore
more BlOC then tIMu111IOI lMt feet the previous height heightrecord heightreeoni heightrecord
record the exact figures of which > re redispute rethpgte redisputed
dispute Louis Paulhaa Is creditedwith credited creditedwith cre ttedwtt
with a height of 2COU rot feet fHt over thesame the thesame tbeMDte
same coarse tbat Latham Lat nm followed te teday te tedit
dit day 7
dayLatham
Latham 7Latham ihasn used aa officially controlled controlledbarometer controlledbarometer
barometer and there UMi Is BO Question of oftbe ofthe
tbe height heig he attainedFrom attained attainedFrom attaJnedFroIa
From the record height he made maderapid a arapid arapid
rapid descent the drop of the mono IWtROpIaae monoplane monopiaae
piaae resembling the downward down ward sweepa sweep sweepof sweepof
of a 1ant s lant bird birdI 1 IrdWbwI bledWb4a
I Wba Latham alighted he was smok smokg ¬
lag g a cigarette as usual He declared declaredthftt
that t he could easily have gone several severaltaousnd severalt severaltaouaead
taousnd t feet higher as the conditions conditionswere coDdIt1enswere conditionswere
were ideal idealBATLESHIP ideaLBATLESHIP
BATLESHIP IDAHO IDAHORESUMES IDAHORESUIVIES
RESUMES VOYAGE VOYAGEPHILAT VOYAGEPHILADELPHLo j
PHILAT PHILADELPHIA > ELPHL Jan 7 7The The battle battleship battleship battl battlship e ¬
ship Idaho which ran aground on Bulk BuJkeli4i Bulkheed Bulkhead ¬
head She In the Delaware river yes yesterday yestenty yesteaday ¬
terday weighed anchor off o t Newcastle e
this morning and proceeded for Sandy Sand
Hook Hook there to Join the North Atlantic Atlanticsauardon Atlan Atlansquardon tic
sauardon sauardonWith 8QuarionWIth
With the assistance of seven tugs and andown
her own engines the Idaho I slid off the th e
shoal shoal test night and anchored ia mid midstream ml1l rnl rnleam ¬
stream eam Divers were sent t under lMIer the hull hullaad but
aad It was found that the vessel was Bet ne t
damaged by the grounding groundingFleet groulMitDgF1eet
Fleet Leaves New York YerklEW Yorkh j I
NEW h E EW YORK Jan 7In 7 In single sI file filewit filetit filewith 1
with wit tit the flagship Connecticut lIYiBg flglo flgloRear g
Rear Admiral Schroeders Sc roeders pennant la lathe laUte isthe r
the lead the North Atlantic b8ttle battlehlsgeadroa battleship battleshipsquadron blp blp5q p
squadron 5q a r9B sailed today tod todTJtey
They will join several big bi ocean liners linerssafely lin linsalely tits
safely anchored outside the Hook
un tinable unable unW ¬
able to proceed on account ef the dense dens e
fog fogAMERICAN fogAMERICAN
togAMERICAN
AMERICAN INSTITUTE INSTITUTEHONORED INSTITUTEHONORED INSTITUTEHONORED
HONORED BY FRENCH FRENCHNEW H
NEW YORK Jan 7 7That That the serum serumfor serumfor earn m
for the cure of o cerebrospinal meningi meningitis menlllg1tis meningitie ¬
tis spotted fever invented by pays phSI phSImans physiclans I Iclans
clans attached to the Rockefeller Insti Institute Instlute Instifate ¬
ute for ledlcal Research has proven provener prose proseex n I Iefftsacioos
efftsacioos er aclons clous and has been recognized Ijy IjyUM bytho b bhet 9
UM > highest medical authorities wa was wasproven wasrmeIl s
proven today whe when the institute was waspresented tr trpresented a s
presented eatM by the Pasteur Institute InstitutePads ef efParis erParis s > f
Paris through throl h the French comae consul gen geoent1 g goral m 1 1eral
oral with a repltoa kA li Ib > bronze ef orbU8t the thebust
bust of Loots Pasteur by b Paul 1I1 Dubeto DubetoThe DubelThe Du DuThe itels
The statistics show that the employ employmeat employeat employmemo
meat eat of the anUmaategiUs antJm Rla Ua scrota fur furntehed turDt5hed f fwed ur
wed wedtin tin ay the eatRokefel Rockefeller Institute IDStltu e re reduced re redtICed ¬
duced the e deaths des from is ggInstitute 8 per p cent c or ormore ormorer 0 0more r
morer more to less than 15 per e cent j
WOULD 0ULD REGULATE REGULATEBIG REGULATEBIG
BIG CORPORATIONS CORPORATIONSBY
BY fEDERAL LAW LAWEnlarged LA LAEnlarged
Enlarged Powers of Govern Government Government Governwent ¬
ment Over Common Carriers Car Carriers Carriers ¬
riers Is Urged UrgedSPECIAL UrgedSPECIAL UrgedSPECIAL
SPECIAL MESSAGE MESSAGESENT MESSAGESENT MESSAGESENT
SENT TO CONGRESS CONGRESSAdministration CONGRESSAdministration CONGRESSAdministration
Administration Moves Mo Toward Car Carrying Carrying Carrying ¬
rying Oat of the H Resevelt ReseveltPolicies RosevcltPolicies lt ltPolicies
Policies PoliciesBy PoliciesBy H HBy
By JOHN SKBSZL SKBSZLPresident SIWREPresideBt SIm2IPresident
President Taft sen sent to Congress Congresstoday Coo resstoday Ctxlgresstoday
today 1 his s longexpected expected special spedaIsage ti mes message message ¬
sage dealing deaIin with u additional ant fcgis fcgislatksi 1egislation egislatlorl
latksi for the control of raifroads raifroadsand mlroadsand raihoadsand
and other common carriers carriers with theoperations the theoperations th thoperatioos
operations of the Sherm Sherman n anti antitrust antitrust antitrust ¬
trust law and with the Federal inu in incorporatk incorporation
corporation u of industrial companies companiesThe companieTne companiesThe
The message e was read in the theHouse theHoose theHouse
House this afternoon Owing to thefact the thefact thefact
fact the Senate has adjourned until witilMonday untilMonday untilMonday
Monday ft will not be set before beforethat beforethat beforethat
that body until the first of the com coming coming coming ¬
ing ing week weekMOST weekMOST weekMOST
MOST MPORTAlfT DIPO TAJIT YET YETla nTIa TATIa
Ia n may ay respects rospeots the message messagewhich Dle88agfwhich F Fwhich
which Treat 9Dt to Oongree CoIa today is istbe jst isthe
the t e most mod Important wlldi wUc the Prep PresIdaat Pre8Id6llt Prepident
Idaat has yet seat to Congress s it itembodies Itembodies hembodies
embodies the ideas of the Adminis Administration Administratloa s stratlon ¬
tration oa the further contra of osralroads ofrailroads ofrailI9
railroads G sad common carriers and andon an sandell d dOIl
on the coatrdi co l of oorporattoaa oerpo1f oerporsieug Idea IdeaTskicfc Idew ideaswhich
which w ict is bare e bq ie epdysd tfobt e slier ftor man manooa 1D1OORfer81tQe8 maxicomiereaces
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Attorney General Wickersham am and andother andother andother
other Cabinet Bemberc with mem members members members ¬
bers of te Interstate Commerce CommerceCooftioieeioB OommercCommle 7o xnerce xnerceCotumiseioit
CooftioieeioB loe with members of fcc fccSenate 1t h hSenate =
Senate and HouR Hou g with repre reprMenta reprMentathee repreaentatihes enta entatlves
thee of the t e shippers s ad of therail the therailroads thfrallroadti
railroads rail roadts sad with Yarioas public publicmen publicmen publicmen
men
E Expects A AppI9nL AppI9nLT Appova fevaL fevaLThe L LThe
The President Pre believes b Uevas that Me noom roornmeadeitlose noomward noommeG
meG meadeitlose t1e wW wilt meet the appreol or orthe ofthe
the country Del will wll SIMW that he iE iEJlviBf isliving
living lip te I promises to entry for torward forward
ward the Reeeevelt eItHtltde policies He H has hsbMll Iranbeen
been promised the support of the Sen Senate Senate Senate ¬
ate and Scow leaders te getting hs hsreeommondatleas h hsrecemetenistien s srea8MMultIeB
reeommondatleas enacted eoeot into law JaWSf iaRSe
S Sf < ems er l days IS age the President had hada hadrHroad
a eem eonfeDee eaee with six or the leading leadingrailroad JesdtngraBroBcI
railroad presidents of the country in inwhich inw1 n nwhich
which cA he w was woe e urged to modify his ralT ralTroad ralTr084 ra raroad
road rtseommondexions Tbe President Presidentwas Presidentwas Presidentwas
was not moved by that conference ooaL4k t tmake tmAke tmake >
make material changpg in his prgoram prgoramas
as the age of today t iadioates tfII Heconsented He lieconsented Hecoasente4
consented to make certain modtflcaUons modtflcaUonsof momationsothe
othe of o the preposed ecl bill W for the further f regu regulailofc regulad regzilail
lailofc lad it of o the raMroada raIl but these do notappear not notapjear nota
a appear to have been such aa to pre yrfveat tr trV6R prevent
vent V6R the legislation he te asking fcr Icrfrom fcrfrom ferrom
from being drastic and sd farreaching farreachingIf fat Dg DgIf
If the Presidents Pre tecoau recommendations recommendationsfor oatlons oatlonsfor ons onsfor
for additional railroad raJIroAoaenacted legislation are arvenacted areenacted
enacted the powers of the Interstate InterstateCommerce IaterstauCommerce InterstateCommerce
Commerce Conwnteeion C Core elon 11M over the car carriers carrIers carriers ¬
riers will be enormously IIOIJDOU increased Th ThPreaWenfs ThPre T e ePresidents
Presidents Pre friends point out out and In thisthey this thisthey th Is Istbey
they are correct that the railroad leg IegIalatioa legislation ItglatioR ¬
islation latioR the President asks for goes goesmuch goesmuch goesmuch
much farther than that President llellt Roose Roosevelt Roo5evelt Rooeevelt ¬
velt obtained o taueL The President PI in himeseege his hismessage hi himeS8ge
message takes the ground that if theinterstate the theinterstate thtinterstate >
interstate commerce oml1l laws are amended amendedas amendeas attttmdeas
as he a advises iIes the Interstate Commerce CommerceCommission COllUDercCommt
Commission lon will have a satiatactor satiatactormeasure aatlsactetmeasure dlltctor dlltctortrlessGrEt ° >
measure of control over the carriers carriersDes caniersDes
Des Heiaes SpeechIn SpeecIn Speech
In a a general way the Presidents s in interstate mtersULte Intotstate ¬
terstate commerce c e recommendations arc arcakmjr a rp rpaloD
along aloD the lees of the speech be marie marieia mad madin
in Des DesMolnes Momee He advises Congres Congresthat Congreothat Congresa
that th a at Attorney General eneral Wickersnam ickersbam ha hus husprepared hbSprepIeCI
prepared a bill embodying bod7l11K bIB recom recommendations neonlme rtconsmendations ¬
mendations me for this legislation n and thaaUll tha thata
a aUll LID has also boIo been prepared pre providingIorthe providing providingI
tor Iorthe the Federal incorporation of indus industrtal
trial corporations Th The se bins are pl pia piaat
d > d at the disposal of the proper com committees 0001mlttees committees ¬
mittees of orMo Congress CongressMost CongressMost
Most t important of the recommends re recommendstieas ta tatieas
tieas of the President eDt for additional in interstate intrsate intArstate ¬
terstate commerce o tmerce legislation l ttoP are these theseThat theseTbet
That the t1l United States Court of
Commerce composed ecl of 0 five 5v lodges be beestablished bee beestablished
established e bed to have b exclusive original originaljurisdiction originaljarisdktion
jurisdiction over interstate commercelitigation commerce commercelitigation commercJlUgaUOn >
litigation litigationThat JlUgaUOnThat litigationThat
That the Interstate Commerce Com Commission CQ CQmission Cor Cormission ¬
mission be given power to control thf thfcapttaKzation th thcaptta1zUoa thFcapitalization
capitalization oC railroads and other othercarriers otheen1ers
carriers carriersThat en1ersThat
That t tits the its commtesien be gIven author autbority antb0rThat authorItr
Itr to tom initiate t a complaints n 1s that right no JWbeinf x A Abeimr
being confined to sbtppesa sbtppesaThat sblpJeITbt ppd ppdThat
That the commission be given author authority authoIty authoricy ¬
ity te prevent a aHOPO proposed poeed taerease of ofa a aa r ra
a rate until it has 1nv mpr investigated estigted lad de determined dttenalDed ¬
termined w whether etlter the lueieaae ia war warranted warranted ¬
ranted rantedThat rantedThat rantedat
That Th Thrantedat carriers be permitted te ttaakp mak maktraffic maktralk
traffic agreements atreemeagreements e meota subject n te the ap approval apIJrOY1 ¬
proval of the eommisBtoa eommisBtoaThet commhoelolLThat Cocteau
That carriers be required on req reque requeM e eby <
by M an intending shipper to quote cor correct 01 01r ¬
tact r ct freight rates ratesThat ratNT1Iat
That th the laterstate Commerce Co Cor Cormission 1 1JII
mission be given power po to control controlfreight coatrltreIgttt contruifright
freight rlnnHtlrsttTTtif rlnnHtlrsttTTtifThat el t Iou IouThat
That shippers shall hose e the bight t to tocbeoee tocheo
cbeoee ebetw between twit tw or more establish eeeablisitCtltisaabti e IItbliS1Centinued
tCtltisaabti Centinued on Stxth P Pt Pags
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