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2 TEE WASHIXGTOX T3SIiI1 = T TDIES 3IOXD 3IOXDAY JAXFABY 17 1910
ur n l reeoar r urce Is also to meet in Wash
Ington IngtonSpe
Specific Spea jic Action Acti a Urged UrgedBy U UrgedBy ed edBy
By courtesy cog say of Governor Willson of
Kentucky Ktnt ky who w whole to dairaaaof chairman of that con conference coaferenep ¬
ference fer nc and of the committee
on prograr pro prosrani program
grar gram of which Governor r Hordes of ofw ofew ofNew
New > ew w York fs chairman ebalr an bow has basbeen hasbeen hallbeen
been reserved on the afternoons of the
first and second day of the governor goveraarsconference governorconference 5OftIIB
conference during d which wide coBMnunica
tlJnf tlon from m this conference OK uniform
legislation Iel 8latioG will be received receivedis
l L is hoped that the conference will willsee wtlie wilteee
see e Its way clear to do several eraI KXXtHc seedlcthings KXXtHcthirds
thirds thingsFirst h1r r rFirst
h1rJilmTo
First JilmTo To To urge upon the Slates Siat sad nd ndpointed
Territories whkh have DOt already ap
pointed commissioners on uniform 1e legis ¬
lation that they forthwith appoint a StICk StICklommI eachcomm4onera ch chommuMiioners
ommuMiioners comm4onerawhSecotdTo lommI ommuMiionersSecondjTo siOllers siOllersSeeo
whSecotdTo SecondjTo Seeo io urge upon all the States Stateswhich StatesWhlch Statesc
which c have made no appropriations for forihe fort
ihe 1 he i Conduct of the woYk of these eon eommtesion coolnissionPre
mtesion Dl18slonrs > rs to make a suitable appro approoriation ptIOoriatJon approDriatlon
oriation w whxh will enable the work to
be carried c forward forwardThird torwaniThlrdTo forwardThirdTo
ThlrdTo Third To refer ref to suitable tahIe commit committee ectMAtIttees ooioi iit iittees ¬
tees the drafting of la laws IS Oft ch chjects och 8b 8bSects
Sects tee ts as the conference CODtE n may ay determine
in suitable form to be passed by allthe all allthe aJtth
the th < States such drafts to be oe submitted submittedto
to the national conference of commis commissioners eouunIioncrs coinmieioners ¬
< sioners on uniform laws for such action aedoRa actionac actionas
as a c they may se fit to take takeThere takeThere takeThere
There Is no one Mr LGw condoned condonedwho COItCIudedwho concludedwho
who could so well set forth the need of ofuniformity 01Dlfonnlty ofuniformity
uniformity in State Jaws or who had hadbeen 4Ibeen hadbeen
been a 3 more earnest advoeatte advoe tte of the themovement themoprnent themovement
movement the conference was called to tofurther tefunhpr tofurther
further than the President of the United UnitedStatets HllttedStatets UnitedStatets
Statets whom he now introduced introducedTafts introducedTafts IntroducedTafts
Tafts
When heft President P Taft stepped forward forwan1to
to speak every delegate rose to his feet feetand teetBnd feetand
and a storm of applause swept the thehouse thehouse thehouee
house It was fully a minute before beforequiet beforequiet beforequiet
quiet had been restored re and Mr Taft Taftwas Taftwas Taftwas
was permitted to begin his address The ThePresident ThePret ThePresident
President Pret dent was in his r 1 h Alle ptest t mood and andbegan andbegan andbegan
began his remarks wth w h a welcome to toWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington for the Civic Federation FederationHe Federationlie
lie declared h new of no other place placein placein placein
in the same tude t ode tide where the sun sunshines sunhines sunshines
shines as it to this cItY and of ofno ofno ofno
no other city cltv where here one can live with withso withso withso
so much comfort convenience and real realnjf rekltT1J reb1Fnj
tT1J njf ment of life There are a lot of ofpeop orT1tO ofpeon
peon T1tO B who like to come to Washington WashingtonleskJee Wa Washington1Paidee btortftftI
leskJee I e the members of the Federation Federationhowever Federationhoweer Federationhowever
however he added addedTaft addedTaft addedTaft
Taft Speech SpeechThere SJteeCRThere SpeechThere
There is a respowttintty 7 that rests restsupon restsIpon restst
upon t + pou the States that ought to be felt feltl feltby
by l > y those who call themselves progres progressive IOfr8she pregrea3ive5 ¬
she President Taft said Id and who whoarc whort whoarc
arc rt working wolcl wo king to uplift and make ke more morecorifort JnOreQr1fort morecrorafortble
corifort crorafortble bie the Ufe of the average averageusually averagecitzen averagecit
citzen citzenThe cit zen zenThe
The President said that the reformers reformersusually enl enlusually
usually proposed the establishment e tabti hment of ofFederal t tFederal ofFederal
Federal bureaus to supervise su State ac action aeUon action ¬
tion where States really real had exclusive exclusivejurisdiction exclushejurl exclusivejurisdiction
jurisdiction jurl lcUon He believed believtd that most of ofthe olthe ofthe
the conservation work must t necessarily necessarilybe 17 17be lybe
be done through State te isJaiJon be because bt btcause because ¬
cause the power of the Federal Govern Government Goventm Government ¬
ment m nt to act was extremely doubtful doubtfulThe doubtfuLThe doubtfulThe
The Federal Incorporation Jaw w that he herecommended heTtommendd herecommended
recommended to Congress in his recent recentspecial recents recentspecial
special s ctal message e came in tie same rategry cate cateR categ
gry R > ry he said but he thought tho bt it ItSlY necessary neces necessary ¬
sary I admit there is ground K ound for dis disinte dis dist disc
inte t Tlte h he said hand and only look forward forwardto
to the future futureThe fttureThe lture ltureThe
The President PrN dlllt scored the delays of the thecourts thecourtf therourte
courts and sajd that procedure in Fed Federa FedE3 Federal
era eral courts should be a model for State Statevcurt Stateurts Statei
vcurt vcurtThe i curts curtsThe urts
urtsTht
The vast forests f I1IIIdPr uno under > r private owner ownersVlp ownersUp ownerstip
sUp in the several t States ttes said the thePresident thej thePresident
President cannot carngN regulated iated by the theFederal theFederal
j Federal = lnr Government n and their L e e1on regula regulaton regular
r ton and control is absolutely necessary necessaryto
to 1 the success IIU of f the conservation CDnle tioft movernent move movement JDO JDOJr1fnt ¬
ment This work must be done by the thetat thebtate j jbtate
btate tat So it te with th the streams In Inthe Inthe
the 1 he conservation servation movement much more moredepends 1DO 1DOdEpeonds moredepOnds
depends upon the State than tbaupon upon theFederal the toeFederal theFEderal
Federal Government GovernmentRecalls GoYenamentReeaJk GovernmentRerills
Recalls WarningThe Warning WarningThe Wat1HagThP
The President Pr t recalled the granting TrB TrBnator > fsenator f fSenator
Senator nator Root te the famous centralisa eeutra11alion xnttalimation centralisation + ¬
tion speech that if the States are to toretain toTftaln toretain
retain the power deleg dele rif7dfVi weI ei hem under undertl erthf underthe
tl the < e Constitution they the ari Jr et exercise exercisetnose exerciseInose e et
tnose t nQH powers in tb b Ter tE errts ts of thereeple the thereople theTofoplp
reople He reviewed rM 1 the ids iuY pry > ry of the thepresent thejre thepresent
present jre nt State rights nsutatkv straw ri8 and the theseveral theyenL1 theseveral
several yenL1 examples of progress orcrgre f i1 eavinF avtng to tothe tothe tothe
the State matters whtci bid wader the theConstitution theConstitu theConstitution
Constitution Constitu IOII might have ba teen taken takenunder takenunck takenunder
under unck > r the Federal jinsoietion jinsoietionThe jlns jtnsdictiooThe ktioo ktiooThe
The Federal Government G venunert has no nomore nomore nomore
more power today than h k ever ver hadsaid had hadsaid had hadald
said ald the President The power p ver his hisnot hIusnot hasnot
not Increased but the importance t nce of ofthe ortnp ofthe
the power has been augmented a tec1 + i For Forinstance ForInFtane ForlnFtance
instance the interstate commet e clause clauseEarly clanseEarly clauseEarly
Early in the countrys history hUltor tho t to mtraetet mtra mtraFtPte mtraFtftf
FtPte etet > trade t was to the interstate trade tradeas tradeas
as 73 ° a to t to5 2 a Now the interstate trade tradeis tracJeis tradeis
is to the Interstate Inte tate as 75 Is to S acmpltte acomplete a acomplete
complete reversal reversalThese revenlalTh reversalThese
These Th great organizations o tions of wealth wealthcapital wealthrtpitalL eaJth eaJthcapital
capital and plants must be recognised recognisedps recon led ledt
ps t interstate organizations orpa and incorporated incorpo incorpor Iaeorporatffl
r rated te < l as such h in order to secure to the therihlSr thfor thephlir
rihlSr r l hUr their value valueDd and there is a great greatriea greata greatcal
cal riea a of f value llve hi these trusts trustsThe trustsThe tlsn tlsnhp
The hp President said that one of the thetu theu themuSjeets
tu muSjeets u Jeots jf calling for uniform State laws lawsis Jawsi
is i hat of judicial procedure procedureIf n nIf
If anything justifies M attack upon uponr
r r present I Dt system of living Itvt he said saidis AIdis saidis
is the th delays In > n the courts of Justice Justicetn StIceanti jnsdcesnei
anti tn < i the advantage adva which wealth and andrer andJ andinwerye
J inwerye w rer r eive ve In the e struggle 1 1irturts In the theurts ther
irturts r urts
Wilbsa Witt V IatriueeL IatriueeLfvernor Istr4 Iatre cei ceir eea eeaO
O fvernor v < n5Or r W Willson lsOn was introduced as a arrnors 3r arc
rc r tresentattve r tattre f11f the coafftfJIIoe a Of f ov ovrl govcrrrrs
rrnors rl which meets here tomorrow tsmerrswpOrninK tomorrown lidLa ew ewnminc
n pOrninK erring and and before which the t delegates delegatesf
d f 1h tho t hp Uniformity Conference Conrp lave ave ve been beenvite beeniritfOd beenirrited
iritfOd vite l to toh apper appear to plead their cause eautIer causeT
T h r > Kentucky executive ex uUve spoke briefly brieflyand brieflyand
and 81 extemporaneously G < his interest iDte ist ia
1 of f movRHsni mor arse + rt ai i After sstring the dele delesates deleatl dolegates
sates atl of his sympathy synapat 1Y with their work workhe workbe workhe
he declared that the condition itIon of the thelaws tbela thelags
laws la 8 of the various V States ia this coca country COUIItry cocatry ¬
try is almost t incredible incredibleThat InrifUbIe7ha IncredibleThat
7ha That t puopie I I ie of our stock with their theirthousand tbetrtbou8nd theirthousand
thousand years of civilization their theirlong tbeirIcn theirIa
Ia Icn long ng apprenticeship in government venuneat their theirgreat theirlr theirgreat
great lr af parity of purpose e and conduct conductsrruM CODductclIlo1 conductfonld
srruM clIlo1 have so overlooked the proper properc
c io ordination Jination in tion of the ordinary ordina Y rules of of1i ofEml
1i 1 f < sterns s ems to me one of the ttte most ex extra extra extra ¬
tra ordinirv > rdin trv things th of oar time Gorer Gov Governor Governor ¬
ernor er nor Willson Wills mn declared declaredCreates declaredCreates declaredCreates
Creates EjabsrrawsjeatTTe Embarrassment me t tThe
The multiplicity mult l ity of rules creates ereat4s tb em embarrassment em1Mrras em embarrassment ¬
barrassment 1Mrras t and expense They are a aconstant aCOntttnt aconstant
constant reproach t tc < our common 11 sense senseI 8e1l5eent1l senseventure
I venture ent1l to t say ay there art = at least leastfortysix leastfortysix leastfortysix
fortysix ways S of making maltln a will in this thiscount thi thicountryprobably thiscountryprobably
count countryprobably ry probably not quite that ninny
but so many as to make It a positive positivehardship posJtivel1udgJdp posltivehardship
hardship to the citizen ci as well ell as the I Ilatryer
lawyer It hj easier for a workman to toI toJIlek torick
I rick lck out a certain she e of nut from fromba a abarrel abarrel
barrel ba 1 containing OIIt lnl an assortment a of a athousand athoUMn1 athousand
thousand as it is for a lawyer to find findthe findth findthe
the th law I w on contracts m 111 a given State StateSuch StateSueb StateSuch
Such a condition breads carelessness carelessnessan
an dd disorder + I am with you In your yourwork yourwo yourwork
work c and can n promise prorr you ou that we the thegovernors theovernors thegovernors
governors overnors are prepared t to assist you youeven youfn youeven
even fn to the extent of writing writin a message messageL age agea
a L week to our general assemblies if ifthat IC1h3t ifthat
that Is required requiredA
A U t tative organization or nizatlon of the t con conference conffOrenco conference ¬
ference was effected by the selection of ofJudge of1udge ofJudge
Judge Alton B B Parker as temporary temporarychairman temponlYfhafrman temporarychairman
chairman on the motion of John Hays HaysHammond Hay HaysHammond
Hammond The new flew chairman was wasgreeted wasgreeted 1UlI 1UlIgreeted
greeted enthusiastically ellthn latltleally as he came for forward forard forward ¬
ward ard to speak speakAf peakAfteDIMR i iAfternoon i
Af Afternoon ienwea SessionJudge Session ScoownJudge iTudJ1e
Judge Parker then announced 1IOUIKed that thatth thatfh thatthe
th the afteraqpn aft after nin session of the conference conferenceTOUM COIlferenceTouM conferencer
r TOUM uW be held In the ban room at the theArlington therlington thetrlington
Arlington Hotel Hot L On the motion of Delegate Del Delt Delt1Att
t1Att t Shelton of Virginia the chair chairin
in nn n was authorized to appoint a com comTnittee comrniae commitee
Tnittee of fifteen to nominate permanent permanentofficers permanenttrice permanentofficers
< officers trice This motion was amended at attli atth atthe
tli the suggestion of Commissioner Co Mac Macfa Macfarland Macfarland
fa farland farland rland of the District of Columbia Columbiasn Columbiathat
sn that the committee will report at at1ve
1ve 1 1 P beginning of th the afternoon session sessionrr es8ionfr sessioncr
rr the conference fOIIt < John 1C Stanl hI pres presIent pres1ant
Ient 11 > nt of the Farmers National Con Conf CA CAJ Coal
l f mm mmwas was chosen a as temnor teimwary ary secre secret
i TV n rv or motion of f John Mitchell MitchellA
A t committee commltt on resolutions lutlO1la to con cons
s > i of fifteon tift flfte n delegates 4elf atee < at large ap apjM apnted apinted
inted jM nted bv b the ehainf urntaD an and one oned onedf onedo
df d < legate from each State to be se selected selected ¬
lected 1 cted by th for State delesatlona 4e4eg tIna tInathn tUms was wasthen wasthen
then authorized Seth Low formally formallyrsenting forna fornaT fenan fenanT
T rsenting r O < rntli ntfnlr a the t proper motion andthe and andthe andthe
the morning session was then ad adJourrsed 41jQurned adour
Jourrsed Jourrseds our led ledA
A s s seen nrn as the adjournment h ltad ltadhten d dl dl
l hten n iarer nVe > r > nKerrngs ftN meedngs of the various variousJ
St ff d J ieatoas t were called 1 for the thernr thef ther
r i f ° s t rnr tin orsranixaton orsranixatonmaintained i rranisationt
fai fait
t + he maintained throughout throughoutt
t t t onfere onftreHce sce
ARBITRATION TOPIC TOPICOrBIG TOPICOBIGCONFERENCETreatment
OrBIG OBIGCONFERENCETreatment CONFERENCE CONFERENCETreatment
Treatment of Labor Disputes DisputesDiscussed DisputesDiscussed DisputesDiscussed
Discussed at International InternationalMeeting InternationalMeeting InternationalMeeting
Meeting MeetingDELEGATES MeetingDELEGATES MeetingDELEGATES
DELEGATES PRESENT PRESENTFROM PRESENTFROM PRESENTFROM
FROM MANY STATES STATESOpening STATESOpening STATESOpening
Opening Session of ThreeDay ThreeDayConvention ThreeDayCC1 ThreeDayConvention
Convention CC1 ntion Held at New NewWillard NewWillard NewWillard
Willard This Afternoon AfternoonRepresentatives AfternoonRfIMelteRtt1ve AfternoonRepresentatives
Representatives of national and State Stateboards StateDo8nt Stateboards
boards s of arbitration and mediation mediationfrom medlat1onfroIII mediationfrom
from twentyfive States gathered at the theNew theNe theNew
New Ne Willard at 2 oclock this afternoon afternoonfor aternoofor afternoonfor
for the arM international conference
on arbitration between capital and labor laborIn labor1ft laborIn
j In attendance at the meeting was one oneUnited OIteUnited oneUnited
United Statets Senator William Alden AidesSmith AldenSmith AldenSmith
Smith of Michigan a half dozen of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this countrys diplomatic representative representa representatives
lives tives members of State arbitration arbitrationboards arbltratlonbo arbitrationboards
boards bo nls and several personal per emissar emissaries emlsearIes emisearles ¬
ies sent by governors gG orlrors o of States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The object ot the conference is to toroake tomke tomake
make more effective the work of gov government government government ¬
ernment boards of arbitration in treat treating treatIng treating ¬
ing the subject Ml ject of the adjustment of oflabor ofI oflabor
labor I disputes d tes In character and scope scopek acopeit scopeIt
it te modeled after the conference of ofgovernors ofernors ofgovernors
governors ernors but has no connection with withth withtlk withthe
th the national conference on uniform leg tegIs1atoa legislation IegI ¬
islation I now in sestAon on hereThe here hereThe hereThe
The first subject for consideration thisafternoon this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon waa that of permanent or organization ocbaJlbatlon oriantzaUon ¬
ganization A number of the delegates delegatesare delgatesare delegatesare
are in favor of making JDkln the organiza organization organl organldon organization ¬
tion elastic el8t1ctltat that is allowing the heads headsto beadsto headsto
to Invite each year to the sessions sucho suchofficials such suchofficials
officials as come in contact tact with capital capitalor
or labor interests Others declare an anorganization aftorpltbaLUon anorganisation
organization should be effected The Thesessions Theof Theseselons
sessions of the convention will ill continue continueat
at least three days daysSubjects dayzSubjects daysSubjects
Subjects te Be Discussed DiscussedAs D 1t86edA
As A soon as this tI matter has been 8 de decided de dectded decided ¬
cided upon the delegates will take up upthe upthe upthe
the consideration of the following sub subjects Mtbts ashjects ¬
jectsThe jects jectsThe tsThe ts
The possibilities of governmental governmentalagencies SOYenlllteDt1endes governmentalagencies
agencies endes In dealing with Industrial IDcIu dis disputes dl8putes disputes ¬
putes putesThe putesTM putesThe
The need of closer cooperation and andmore IMmore andmore
more uniform methods in IIIthe the work of ofi ofdepartllMRtB ofdepartments
i departments of limited Jurisdiction ouch suetas ouchas SYCas
as State and provincial provl i bureaus bureaussry bureausTo bureausTo
To what extent the power el eetDpUl eetDpUltAy cempels6ry
sry s6ry tAy arbitration should rest t In official officialThe oOIciA1I officialboards
I I boardsThe boards
The effect of trade agreements on in industrial Indllitrlal industrial ¬
dustrial efforts effortsThe elrortsThe effortsThe
The call issued for delegates was wassigned WIUby wassigned
signed by Frederick Klump who is ischairman 18cbalrMll ischairman
chairman of the executive committee committeeand COIIURktoeaJtd committeeand
and chairman of the State court of o me mediation RtecJtatloJl mediation ¬
diation and arbitration of Michigan MichiganTo
To this call many of the most promi prominent promlJteIIt prominent ¬
nent labor bot officials from all parts of the thecountry th4tN thecountry
country N responded re arriving this mornlag morn morning mornlag ¬
lag at the New Willard Among the theearly Uteearly theearly
early arrivals was as John Lundriganchief Lundrigan Lundriganchief IAIndrignchief
chief mediator of the Bureau of Media Mediation Xedtatton Mediation ¬
tion and Arbitration of New ew York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The conference conereace is official declaredMr declared declaredMr dedarldMr
Mr Lundrigan only to the extent that thatan thataD thatall
an the delegates are State or municipal municipalofficials municipalofficials
officials Whatever hat er te > conference de decides decides decides ¬
cides upon probably win be enforced by
them themIf tbenlhI themIf
hI If an organization Is effected It is ismore SlIMIre Ismoors
more than likely that we will l ll invite inviterecognised tRTtteIud inviterecognised
recognised Iud labor leaders t8 as well as rep representatives repreentattyes representatives ¬
resentatives 01 capitalized interests to toleet tomeet tomeet
meet leet with us next year yearPreraiaent yearPreminent yearProminent
Prominent Mea Preeent PreeeatAmong PreeentAlItOftg PreeentAmong
Among those present at the meeting meetingthis meetlAgthis meetogthis
this afternoon were wereWilliam wereWilliam wereWilliam
William AJden Smith United States StatesSenator StatesSenator
Senator Michigan MichiganF
F A Adand deputy minister Dlster of oflabor ofJ oflabor
labor Caaada CaaadaMartin Cana4aXartlR CanadaMartin
Martin A A Knapp chairman Inter Interstate Interstate Interstate ¬
state Commerce Commission COIBRIIa ton Washing ¬
ton ton D C CCharfes C CCharles CCharles
Charles P Neill commissioner C9IBIJI p Bu Bureau Bvreaa Bureau ¬
reau of Labor Washington D C CRalph CRaI CRalph
Ralph RaI x Endiey Ed teT chairman execu executive executive executive ¬
tive council National Civic Federa Federation FecIenLtlon Federation ¬
tion New York YorkJ YorkL YorkJ
J L Rockey deparnnent of inter internatioaal IRtertioDal international
national tioDal affairs Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaJohn PennsylYaalaJohn PennsylvaniaJohn
John Lundrigan Lund n chief cb mediator ba baTeau berose OB OBre
re rose u of mediation and arbitration Xew XewYork XewYork NewYork
York YorkC YorkC YorkC
C J Doyle representative esema1tYe of the gov governor govemor governor ¬
ernor of Illinois IllinoisB llII otII otIIB
B B F Shadly chairman > + of board of efarbitration ofarbitration ofarbitration
arbitration Illinois IllinoisJoseph JIIinotsJ IllinoisJoseph
Joseph J Bishop secretary State board boardarbitration boardarbitratioR boardarbitration
arbitration Ohio OhioC OhioC OhioC
C T Woerner and Harry Slough Sfooghlabor SIougblabor Sloughlabor
labor commissioners Indiana IndianaWitlarvi ID4IIaDaIlaro IndianaWillard
Witlarvi Ilaro Howiand chairman State
board of conciliation and arbitration arbitrationMassachusetts arbitrationII arbitrationMassachusetts
Massachusetts MassachusettsRobert II MassachusettsRobert vsetts vsettsRobert
Robert E E Dunton Samuel Sa R R Hainee Haineeand HaJaeE1and Halnesand
and AMen M Flagg board of arM arbitration arWtrattoa arMtmatiea ¬
tration and conciliation Maine MaineJ XaJaeJ
J E OBrien representative of the thegovernor theovernor thegovernor
governor overnor of o Florida FloridaP
P J Brophy and J A A A Werner representatives rep representatives ¬
resentatives tatiYe8 of the State of Montana MontanaGeorge MontanaGeorge
George M X Gillette H V Mercer Mercerand Xercernd Mercerand
and nd W E E McEwen representatives ttves ofthe of ofthe 0the
the State of MinnesotaPatrick Minnesota MinnesotaPatrick X1nnelOtaPatrfck
Patrick Filburn State tabor inspector
Kentucky KentuckyFrederick KentukyFrederkk KentuckyFrederick
Frederick Klump chairman State Stateourt StateOurt Statecourt
ourt of mediation and arbitration arbitrationMichigan arbitrationXichtgaft arbitrationMichigan
Michigan MichiganThe XichtgaftThe MichiganThe
The next session of the convention conventionwill conventionwill conventionwill
will be held tomorrow morning morplngTO JDOl morningTO lng lngTO
TO CURE A COIn rV OXE DAY DAYTake DA DATab DAYTake
Take > LAXATIVE LA TlVE BROMO Qetntee Tabfcrta
DnucKfets refund tUBd money K It falls to ewe cvreE C1IIeE eweE
E W GROVEs signature is on each box 25cStaying 25c JScStaying 25cStaying
Staying Power PowerIs
Is one of the essentials essentialsTo essentialsTo essentialsTo
To success successThe successThe successrphe
The ability to hang on onTill onTill onTill
Till the last cats hung hungHas hungHas hung 0 0Has
Has won out for many a man manOtherwise m mOtherwise manOtherwise
Otherwise handicapped handicappedOne
One can store up upEnergy upEnergy upenergy
Energy and grit from fromThe fromThe fromThe
The right kind of food foodGrapeNuts foo fooGrap foodGrapemNuts
Grap GrapeNuts GrapeNutsi Nuts NutsContains
Contains the vital ital elements elementsFrom elementsFrom elementsFrom
From wheat and barley barleyThat barleyThat barleyThat
That make for endurance enduranceAnd enduranceAnd enduranceAnd
And clearheadedness clearheadednessGrapeNuts clearheadednessGrapeNuts clearheadednessGrapeNuts
GrapeNuts is fully cookedReady cooked cookedReady oked okedReady
Ready to eat from the pkg pkgLa pkgL pkgL
La L quickly absorbed and andBegins andBeg and3eglns
Begins Beg = lS at once to toRepair toReua1r toRe
Repair Re iair waste was e tissue and andStore andStore andStore
Store up energy for the theLong t theTho1 e eLong
Tho1 Long ngt strong Pullthatwins PullthatwinsBead pull that wins winsRead winsRead
Read The Road to toWelMHe toWelhille
WelMHe W elh1 lle in pkgs pkgsTheres pkgsTberes pkgsTheres
Theres a Reason ReasonPOSTlM ReasonPOSTLM ReasonPOSTIM
POSTlM CEREAL CO LTD LTDBattle LTDBattle LTDBattle
Battle Creek Cn re k 34ich
FIREMEN INJURED INJUREDANSWERING INJUREDANSWERINGALARM
ANSWERING ANSWERINGALARM ANSWERINGALARMOne ALARM ALARMOne
One Breaks Leg and TwoFaint Two TwoFaint TwoFaint
Faint While Horses HorsesPrance HorsesPrance HorsesPrance
Prance Unguided UnguidedBowttement UnguidedBxeIteIIteIIt Unguidedxeltemant
Bowttement and conf confusion nstoa following f an anaccident allaeeIdeItt anaoddeat
accident In No 9 engine house U Jtre street streetltetweea treat treatbetween t tbetween
between Sixteenth and Seventeenth Seventeenthstreets S Seventeenthstreets enteentJt enteentJtstree8
streets northwest t earl early this morning mornlBgdelayed morningdelayed morningdelayed
delayed that company in responding to toan torail toan
rail an alarm for a fire near North Capitol Capitoland CapitolI Capitoland
I and O streets areetsPrtvate streetsPrivate j jPrivate
Private Benjamin Reed sliding down downthe OWBtbt downthe
the pole from the dormitory to the linK nrstfloor linKlost firsthoar
floor lost his balance and fell frac fracturiiur Cracturlll fracturing
turiiur < his left leg Je lei Privates Edward EdwardThompson EdwardrhoaltMloa EdwardThomason
Thompson and Norman Nonn n Chichester rho rhol htt hol htt1llowed
l 1llowed > tlowed Reed down the pole fainted faintedcondition tailitedas
as they struck the floor and say 5 ReM ReMe Reeds Reedscondition
condition conditionIn e kNL kNLIn
In the meantime the horses lterSe6 which whichhad whleh1Jad whichIad
had been automatically autemaUcaU released fron
their stalls when the alarm came In lawere Inwere iRe iReece
were ece prancing about the engine en fne house housevthlle bouebile housebile
vthlle bile the other firemen were carrying
Reed R to the rear of the house and as assisting aIIstating assisting ¬
sisting in reviving revlvfn Thompson and Chi Chlchester Chichester Chichester ¬
j chester Chichester was painfully hurt hurtseveral hurtseveral hurtseveral
several days ago by running a spike spikeinto SIJIIkeInto spikeInto
into his foot while at a lire in Twenty Twentyfirst
first street streetBy streetBy streetBy
By the time order was as restored and andthe andtht andthe
the horses were hitched to the engine engineand engl engineand te teand
and hose cart a telephone message wasreceived was wasreceived VoIUJrecelYed
received that tIP tits t other companies 8 had hadthe bacIthe hadthe
the blaze well In hand and that It would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not be necessary for No 9 to go to the thefire Utetire thefire
fire fireHeed
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tured bone was set The fireman said saidhe saidhe saidhe
he released his hold jut before be hereached bereaelt bereached
reached the rubber pad at the bottom bottomlost bottom105t bottomlost
lost his balance and tumbled over on onthe onthe onthe
the asphalt floor Thompson on and CHI CHIchester Cnlheater CMcheater
chester narrowly narro IJ missed pHtnr pffn on top topof topoC topof
of him when they struck the floor floorThe floorThe floorThe
The fire destroyed three sheds In the therear theTc theroar
rear Tc r of 47 49 and 51 0 street north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west The damage amount amounted d to 151 151The 115The 15 15The
The American Excess ExcessOf ExcessOf ExcessOf
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land are laid under contribution and andthe andthe
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products and the neglect of the relator rela relation 1 la laUon ¬ Ii IiProciuct
tion between climate and foods are arcvery areyery arevery
very very active causes of dyspepsia dyspepsiaThe dyspepsiaThe a aThe
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climate accord badly with the th ther thermometer thermometer thermontefer ¬
mometer at ninety degrees and an In Inflexibility Inftexlbility inflexibility ¬
flexibility in regulating lating the kind and andquantity andquantity andquantity
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troubles among the th English and Aired Americans AIJfrlCJNJ Airedcans ¬
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cause of a badly regulated r Jated diet and andthe andthe andthe
the investing iftg of an excessive amount amountof amountor amountof
of food at the table have obtained obtainedspeedy obtainedspeedy I
speedy and permanent relief by means meansof meamof meansof
of a sirapk expedient ex expedientthat lfIItthat that of usinir one oneor oneor oneor
or two of STUARTS STr ARTS DYSPEPSIA TAB TABLETS TABLETS TABLETS ¬
LETS after each meal or whenever any anyof an anof anyof
of the ireilknown symptoms of indigos Indigestion IndlgtstlOII indigosdon ¬
don are present presentThese preeentThese presentThese
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tain every element that exists In th thstomach the thpstomach thestomach
stomach to digest di < e t the food and In the theexact theexact theexact
exact proportion as found therein They Theytake Theytake Theytake
take the place of the natural digestive digestivejuices digestivejuices digestivejuices
juices when + 1e e latter are deficient In Inquality InquaJtty inquality
quality or quantity and do their work workfor workfor workfor
for hem hem removing the indigestion by bydigesting bydlgestlB bydigesting
digesting > the food and resting strength strengthening strengthen strengthening ¬
en ening and nurifyin the digestive tract tractThere tractTbere tractThere
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on the market m rket which wl h has been found foundequal foundequal
equal to Stuarts Dyspepsia D pepsl Tablets TabJetJICMto8 Tabletsnone I Inone I
none which ta so rapidly and powerfully power Ow > j jfully
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marvelous little tablets a single grain grainof grainof I Iof
of which is capable of digesting 3000grains 3000 3000grains 3000gnLlD8
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All persons who are annoyed with withstomach Withstomach withstomach
stomach troubles of any kind should shoulduse shoulduse
use Stuarts Dyspepsia ia Tablets whIch tvhlchwill whIch11I whichwill I
will 11I remove such troubles in a very veryshort veryshort ry I Ishort
short time Purchase a box from yourdruggist your yourdruggist j
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for free sample Address F A Stuart StuartCo I ICo i iCo
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p p a ML MURRAY to husband Ban < i ef dare Gantt OanttAMtim GanttA GanttAdilos
AMtim A and son of the late Anthonv and andJ andCHAS andMary I
Mary 1 Add AddhOe aged J IIbtsh years yearsCJlA5sIdeRIy yearsCBASSoddenly
CHAS CJlA5sIdeRIy Suddenly on Saturday January 16 ISIMC 16CHARLES 16imp
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ISM 1 at C B m JR MILLARD FILLMOREof FILLMOREbelayed FILLMORE FILLMOREMary
belayed bueoad + of Mary Girard Collins CollinsGelero Collinsat CollinsRemains
Remains at Gelero 1113 Seventh street streetMrtliw streetNetlce streetaar
Mrtliw aar thweet et Notice ef funeral hereafter
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at her residence 157 Q street northwest northwestHAXXAH JtOrthwf1tKA northwestHANNAH
HANNAH KA AH A beloved wife ef C C S Hol Iiolaged Hollin HolfI
fI mt sixtytwo years yearsF yearsFuneral
F Funeral I to vfcess at Foundry lin ry 31 E Church ChurchX ChurchJaa Churchen
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Pit Friends jail farmed to attend att Dd it itMcDERMOTT UXCDEJUTTEatered ItMcDERMOTTEntered
McDERMOTT XCDEJUTTEatered Kntered int into te rest Sunday
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Frances McDermott McDermotti4cDSRM01TSpecial e t tfcDERMOTTSpeciaI I
fcDERMOTTSpeciaI McDSRMOTT Special convention of Syracus Syrac SyracXo
kMte Lodge Lod e Xo 11 Knights ef Pythias at
PytnteK Temple Ie Monday January an nry 17 I at
S 9 p m to 0 arrange for funeral of Brother BroUHrW Broth BrothW Brotherw
W J McDermott McDenoottPimeiml XcDennottf McDermottPuntal
Pimeiml from f his late residence M03 3d 3dstreet 3dRreet 3dstreet
street southeast Tuesday January 18 at atSJ atSJt ata1
SJ SJt a1 a a m AUSTIN I L JARBOE JARBOE C C S SX Sx SM
X x PEARSON K K of K and S It ItPRKSXSLL ItPR itPRIl
PRKSXSLL PR PRIl fnLISwldmly XLLStIdde Swddeaty on Sunday January
3 K li IS 781e at her residence 41 Cbannlng Cbannlngstreet Channlngstreet
street streM KATIE widow of Henderson Hen4en Pressor Pres PresUndertakers Presaen
sor aen a eel tIfty1hoe years year8VA yearsVANcEon
VA VANcEon CBOR Sunday January 16 met at
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MARY J widow I Charles A Vance Vanceundertakers VanceUndertakers
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CAUSE DISORDERS DISORDERSFive
Five Thousand Workmen WorkmenOut WorkmenOut WorkmenOut
Out and Government GovernmentWork GovernmentWork GovernmentWork
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MAmtED Jan 17Poilee 17 Poifce reeaforceMcMs reenforce reenforcemento reeRrorceMelIta
mento and troops of cavalry were rush rushi htI1 rushed I
tI1 ouday t4a the a arsenal in tile Fenol Fenole FerrolCeruana
i Corunna e and GiJon where w ere the t e workmen worinwMiemnieyed WOrtonetlemtJIo7 workmenemployed
employed d on the warship decks have havedeclared ItaY6deelar havedeclared
declared deelar a general strike rlke and are arecreating areert arecreating
creating ftC much disorder disorderTodays dbonlerToday disorderTodays
Todays Today strike following that ef Sat Saturday Saturda Sat Saturday ¬
urday urday urda when 2 oWl 0S workmen employed at atthe atthe atthe
the Madrid arsenal walked out oat makes makesa
a total of 53M i 7it workmen out and andwork Jlndwork andwork
work at all of the large government governmenttrsemfe governJDCAtlJIIIIIs gevernmtstrrsemsls
trsemfe Is practically suspended suspendeda ecI ecIe
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the disaffection dtsr q ffectlon ecton that test week resulted resultedIn result ll lllt
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ken SeersACCIDENT ficersACCIDENT kenACCIDENT
ACCIDENT CAUSE CAUSEOF CAUSEOF CAUSEOF
OF CLINTON DEATH DEATHAccidental DEATHAccidental DEATHAccidentaj
Accidental death was the verdict of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Coroner it in I the case of Frederick S SClinton SCIIatoR SClinton
Clinton who died last evening in the theCasualty theCaauaJty theCasualty
Casualty Hospital Ho Ital from burns received receivedwhile receivedwhile receivedwhile
while preparing a a cup of coffee early earlyyesterday earlyyesterday earlyyesterday
yesterday morning in the kitchen of his hishome hishome hisborne
home W7 Eighth E th street northeast He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was twentyfive yearn yea old oldlisten j
Clinton spent Saturday S turdy evening with withfriends wtUlfrkndl withfriends
friends returning home about I oclock oclockyesterday oclockf8terday oclockyesterday I
yesterday morning He sat down in the thekitchen thekitchen thekitchen
kitchen for a while When he started startedto startedto startedto
to make a cup < of coffee co ee his clothing clothingcaught cloth clothingcaught In Ineausht
caught fire from the Vs range Othermembers Other Othermembers Othermembers
members of the be family aim the neighbors neigh neighbors nelghbor1J ¬
bors were attracted by screams and andwent andwent andwent
went to his h assistance 8t but he was w hoc horribly ftorribl hocribly ¬
ribly ribl burned about the upper part of the thebod thebody thebody
bod body v before fore the flames were wt c smothered smotheredNo
No Xo arrangements arnm ements have been made for forthe J 1the
the funeral
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Julia A Bryan 7 it years Mat JS Columbia Columbiastreet Columbiastreet Columbiastreet
street northwest northwestClara northwestClan northwestClara
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Robert L 1 Underwood 4 years 14 1 14t < A Astreet Astreet Astreet
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nation as to his sanity sanityStroth samtyStrotbctn a aStreth
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76th regular quarterly dividend of IV l lhas
has been declared on the capital stock stockof st stockof k koC
of The Washington W Loan and aeld Trust TrustCompany Tru Trutotnpany > t tOInp
Company OInp ny payable February 1 1when Wio Wiowhn O O1hf
when 1hf cn > checks for dividends wilt wilt b bmailed hmailed bmailed <
mailed to an stockholders atO khoiders of registered registeredaddress erel ereladdres l laddress
address The books of the Company Companywill COIIIfoSiUI Conaparwill
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on and after this date Edward Floy FloyHutton l FloyCaverly Q QCaverly
Caverly will re E E F Hutton HuttonCo e eCo At AtCo
Co as manager of their Washington Washingtonbranch wa Washlagtoubranch billgtonbnUJch
branch office Thomas L L Hume navLa navLawithdrawn IIVl61withdrawa haviag haviagwithdrawn
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to continue the local Stock Kxchang Kxchangbusiness BxchaDgpU5bie Exchangbusiness
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street northwest northwestJanuary northwestJanuary northwestJanuary
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THE ANNUAL A UAL MEETING OF THE THEStockholders THEStockhoJdens THEStockholders
Stockholders of the American Security SecurtJyofftce Securii Securiiand Securityand
and Trust C wilt be held at if itoffice ifotJlce
office on the tbeDOrthwest northwest corner ef Penn Pennsylvania PenTisyIvaJda Pennsylvania ¬
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