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THE WASHINGTON VA8HL GTOX TIMES TUESDAY JANUARY 18 1 1910 10 7
j 5 EFFORTS PROPOSED PROPOSEDDelegates PROPOSEDFORUNIFOR PROPOSEDFOR
FORUNIFOR FOR UNIFOHM LAWS LAWSDelegates LAWSDelegates
Delegates to Civic Conven Convention Convention ¬
tion Not All Backed by byHome byHome b Y YHome
Home Organizations OrganizationsNEW OrganizationsNEV OrganizationsNEW
NEW FREIGHT BILL BILLSTARTS BILLSTARTS BILLSTARTS
STARTS TROUBLE TROUBLENumerous TROUBLENumerous TROUBLENumerous
Numerous Topics of Proposed ProposedLegislation ProposedLegislation Pro posed posedLegislation
Legislation Discussed Discussedby Discussedby Discussedby
by Delegates DelegatesCoattaoed Dele DelegatesiceMinned ates atesJ
J iceMinned Coattaoed from rom First Page Pagehouse Pageho Pagehoua
house ho being erected onet lumber te make makeforest makethr
thr three etIter boards N 1teIDg 1Mtnted In Inforest inforest
forest feres somavhere s MIBtu Bwvher re and that but butenough butenough butenough
enough lumber to make sake ke c = e nw n w board Hardis
is taring JMmg added by 1 Jr growth to the forest foresta forestat
at a t the t 1HtNUDe same time timeD timei4b
C i4b D ns thus three times every day daywhat daywhat dalwhat
what we grow and wastteg w8 th g a 1118 much muchas JDuhas
as w ws do we can see the Md of wood woodin woodin woodIn
in the United StatesFeitrfifths States StatesFearfifths StatesFHriiftlIs
Fearfifths lf Net t Public PaWcOf PaWicOf Publicof
Of the total remaining renttn g forests one onefifth on onefifth
fifth Is in Federal poaseogton I 4J ufOll and four our our1Utha
fifths is privately owned All of the thelatter tilef thef
f latter te isDeiDg being cut destructively de trwetiftly The Thttr Thetreed
trees tr of a thousand years IS are arerfmCved oetot oetotremoved ennuisremoved
removed with no thought tho t for the ex extension eJo eJoten1ltottot extenz3toa ¬
tension ten1ltottot of the supply pply and absolute absolutedenudation at eolutt eoluttdenudation utt uttdenudatktR
denudation is proceeding at a a rrcte rrctewhich nt ntwhich hotwhich
which win wipe out the privately owned ownedforests 8Wft 8Wftforests ewneiforests
forests of America m iR a little more than thanB
a generation of present use useWhat u useWhat e ebat
What bat I have just stated stat is bu buS9 =
S9 9 per cent true for or there e is a maximum maxi maximum maximum ¬
mum of o 1 per cent of the privately prWatehn
< owned > n forests upon which Jich perpetuaUr perpetuating
forts methods are being used such sucua sucha suci sucias
a as characterise the forests of E England Jtd
France Germany GenDIUI and India IndiaAs IndiaAs IndiaAs
As P President estdent Tart stated yeeter yesterua yesteruathe i ithe
4 the t 1e Federal F II Government ta powerle pow Iti
in this matter All the power res reswith nwith n rewith
with the sovereign States It Is for
that reason r that I
now ow call your at attention a ¬
tention to the desirability eskaWJit of uniformror uniform unlfornor
or relatively uniform State tegisiati Jeri tati i
ffr control by the public of private privatecwned pr yah yahcwntd 1 1Owned
Owned forests forestspram forestsBan forestsBanking
Ban Banking Jaws were next OR tM pro proam proram
pram ram am for discussion d ddreses 1MId bein beinmade heirn
n made ade by Pierre Jay of the National Natton I
Association S latton of Supervisors Sut eni onl of Stat State < >
banks h nks Lewis E pterson president of
tiio t le American Bankers Association A ocitloR
Under t ndel tl the e title of control of corpora ¬
tions the next subject subjf > ct taken up John
C RJchbure and James E Starrett Starrettmade Starrettmade Starrettmade
made strong recommendatfor recommendations for f8 uni ¬
form laws lawsAddress JaWlrAtidress lawsAddress
Address of Mr Richberg Rick8eqMaintaining RickbergMaintaining RichbergMaintaining
Maintaining that present day com commerce commerce corn ¬
merce r erce and business
demanded
some re relief reHft relief ¬
lief from from the chaotic ehaot differences
throughout t hro < < bout the States in incorporation incorporattoftJaWs
laws John C Ittchberg president of ofthe olthE
the Illinois Commission on UniformState Uniform UniformFtate Uniformtte
State tte Laws today advocated a plan liRA for forlegislation forlegislation foricglslatlon
legislation which wt lch should create harmony harmonycut HrJIIOItv HrJIIOItvut harmonyout
cut ut of discord discordMr dbconfMr dhcordMr
Mr Richberg Rlch eq was W not certain that thatPresident thatPresJclent thatPresident
President Tatts voluntary iDeolOla iDeolOlation incorpora incorporation ¬
tion law would solve e the t I situation mtu tIoIl He Hedesired Hedesired Hedesired
desired the enactment o ol a Jaw which whlehWould whtehwould
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would create Federal Federalt1 incorporatteftg incorporatteftgtt
tt carry on an interstate iMeno e bueteocs bueteocsvfaile 1Iu baeaeesz IIte J JhUe
vfaile z hUe permitting the Same Sita to charter chartercorporations chrterrporatlons chartercorporations
corporations to do business Within within their theiri theirrdtrs theirorders
i > orders > with the further proviso IOvt o that thatthe thatthe thatthe
i
the State incorporation laws shall all alie allhe allhe
he > e similar The best Dotation M > > lutJon be de declared dectared ¬
cared was the banding together of an anorganisation anrganizatlon anOrganisation
organisation of corporate interests to toencourage toncoUrCe totncourace
encourage ncoUrCe the enactment by the States Statesof Statesor Statesof
of a uniform uniform incorporation law lawCorporate lawCMp8lIte lawCorporate
Corporate Farm AbusedThe Abused AbusedTh A1MI8edThp
Th The < > corporate form he said discusstng dis discussing dlsCUSS ¬
cussing CUSS this proposed propo Md organization of ofcorporations ofoorxoratlens ofoorT0rattens
corporations has been held responsible responsiblefor responsiblefor
for too many of the exits e its of political politicalconditions poUtjcaIconditions politicalconditions
conditions too many of 0 the results of a apassive apa1 apasive
passive pa1 < 81ve public conscience too many of ofthe ofthi ofthe
the effects of undeveloped standards of ofBusiness orliu ofiusiness
Business liu ness Integrity Hasty theorists fail faillag ralliJg fallig
lag ig to find the substance e have at attasked attaskedthe tasked ttaskedtht taskedthe
the form Undoubtedly the corporate corporateentity corporateeJCty corporateentity
entity is a ready cloaK for wrongdo wrongdoing wrongdoing wrongdoing ¬
ing and may be treed to conceal many maDYbaneful manybaneful
baneful activities Every developing in institution msUtutJon institution ¬
stitution provides a means for the un unscrupulous unscru unscrur ¬
scrupulous scru scrur lou sous to outwit tnt uneducated tneducatedSut uneducatedBut uueducatedBut
But the development of our great re resources ¬ i isources I Iour
sources our es the necessities ReCe8 ltles of economic pro production proution production ¬
duction the utilization utiliza ioo 01 costly co tIy and andelaborate andiahorat andeiahorate
elaborate < iahorat methods or mButacture ffi2lilltactureall eall eallthe all allthe
the 1 he great modern ID commercial tendencies tendenciesdemand tendeDclesrlemaDd tendenciesdcmand
demand the service of the corporate corporateform corporateform corporateform
form whereby the interests Ilte UI of many manypartners manypartnens manypartners
partners can be responsibly adminis administered admlnlstrro administered ¬
tered Those who recognise n this wb wbare who wbot whoare
are t re real captains of industry Indu try and not notmere DOtmere notmere
mere exploiters of the t weak ea should joinan join joinn joinin
in n an effort e < < ort tor to respond to jnst condom condensation condemBrion ¬
at eof rata
ation of f corporation enterprises e1terpri e with withreform withplona
reform andunjust and mute refute the attacks of the thetin theunjust
tin unjust just
unjustII justUrdforra
II Urdforra iiferra Taxation DiscussedEdwin Discussed DiscussedEdivln DiKuaefLEdwin
Edwin R A Seligman chairman of ofthe oftlte ofthe
the department of taxation of o the Civic CivicFederation CiicFedEratloR
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Federation made an extended adress adresson Mrf1i8on adreeson
on uniform un fOlft taxation and hte senti sentiments sentIments sentiments ¬
ments were indorsed tMIor ed by Edwin R RCook RCook RCook
Cook The consideration co of road and andautomobile andautomob4le andautomobile
automobile laws was then taken up upan upan upan
i an address on the necessity DeCe 8tty of greater greateruniformity greateruniforntty greateri greateruniforntty
uniforntty in automobile regulations regulationsbeing regulatlonsheln regulationsbeing
being heln made by Charles CbarlesT T T Terry gen general general general ¬
eral counsel couD el of ft the American AJIK > rIcn Automo Automobile Automobile Automobile ¬
bile Association The other speakers speakerson
on this subject were not present when whentheir whenth whentheir
their th ir names were called and an their ad addresses addresses addresses ¬
dresses were permitted to go over overBefore overBlore overBefore
Before adjournment for the morning morningPresident morningPresHlent morningPresident
President Parker announced the ap appointment appointment appolntment ¬
pointment of a conunitete to consist of ofSeth otth ofSeth
Seth th Low Frederick W Lehman of ofMissouri ofI1Slourl ofMissouri
Missouri Charles F Libbey of Maine MaineWalter MaineWalter MaineWalter
Walter George Smith of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaPeter Pennsyhan1aPeter PennsylvaniaPeter
Peter W Meldrim of < > Georgia Rome S STHES STHESS Sh
THES THESS T H E S S SSAXES SBLUEOHEi IIJ IIJBLUEGHER
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South America AmericaCALLniG ArnericC
CALLniG C LUNG AT ATWest ATWest
I West Indies IndiesBrazil IndiesBrazil IndiesBrazil
Brazil BrazilArgentine BrazilArgentine BrazilArgentine
Argentine ArgentineUruguay ArgentineUruguay ArgentineUruguay
Uruguay UruguayChill UruguayChili UruguayChili
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SENATOR NEWLANDS JOHN HAYS HAMMOND SETH LOW I
Brown of o Minnesota Minn ota Henry Wade Rog Rogers Ro Roers Rogers < < ¬
ers of Connecticut John C Rtehberg Rtehbergof RJcb1te RJcb1teoC
of o Illinois and Amasa Eaton of Rhode RhodeIsland RhodeIsland RhodeIsland
Island to represent rtP nt the conference atmeeting at atthe ati
i a meeti meeting of tM governors overnors ot Stat States ALthe at ati
i the New ew Willard Hotel thi the afternoon at a aI ato
4 I oclock oclockThe o < < clock clockThe clockThe
The committee committ will tll take with wtt them the theresolutions UteTeIIOluUons theesolutions
resolutions r indorsed tndo at the morning mpt rttag < < ses session ses session 1I 1Imoo ¬
sion and request the governors rs to take takefavorabl takefavorable
favorable action actio a upon them tbeInOYatioa themOvatioa
Ovation Far Piacbvt PiacbvtAn PiacMtAn PiachetAn
An ovation for Gilford Pinched that thatcontinued thateoDtiaued thatcontinued
continued fully five ft minutes and vrcs as aspontaneous
spontaneous s as a it was unexpected made madememoraMe madememorable IIIiCh IIIiChmelltOla
memorable melltOla le the afternoon session of the t theonference e eCODfereatce
conference c yesterday Xr Pinched was wasone 1I1UIODe wasne
one o ne of o the delegates of 0 the National NationalConservation NationalConservation tMnal tMnalC
Conservation C Conservation OJI Commission Commi lon but it itnot wa wanot was wasnot
not generally known that he would wouldapfak wouldspeak I Ispeak
speak yesterday yesterdaThe yesterdayThe
The announcement of his is name nameChairman Rt by
Chairman Parker Partt was greeted with withpiause ap applause applau ¬
plause plau p lause e which hI > ch became general I when the thetall tltetan thetall
tall figure of the former forester was wasseen wasn wasseen
seen n at tt e doorway As though by
signal practically every delegate rose roseto IO roseto t tto
to his feet as Mr Pinchot passed JIUtd up
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in quartered oak some In mission missionothers mis moeloiothers lo1 lo1others
others in mahogany mahoganyChiffoniers Jlli mahoganyChiffoniers eg Y YChiffoniers
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the aisle to the rostrum and everyone i iJoined
I jcined in the applause with th waving of ofarms orarms ofarms
arms handclapping or 01 shouting shouttngKr When WhenMr 4ihenMr
Mr Pinchot reached the platform the thetumult thetUMult thetumult
tumult became beea deafening several veral per persons ptr8O persons ¬
sons 8O 8 rushing from their seats t to shake shakehis shakehis ke kehis
his hand Quiet Qui was restored eventually eventuallyand erentuailyand IIIy IIIyad
and ad the forest to expert crisply and andbriefly andb andbriefly
briefly b efty told tbe delegates why they theyshould theyshoaId theyshould
should support President Pr t Tats Tart con conservation COIIrvation conservation ¬
servation rvation recommenda recommendations Olal to Congross Congroeawith Congrosswith Con < < r rI
with all the enthusiasm th they y had J aclIIhowa aclIIhowator shownfor shown shownfor
I for the idea ideaTbe IdeLI tiesThe
TIle applause appbu e that greeted greet the doe ckweof doe8t closeof
I of the address
was almost as
great greatI aa asthat aathat
I that with which Mr fl Pinchot Pt ehot wa was grcot grcoted greed net neted
ed edhi
I edThe The altel1lOOft session was eosa eosahi consumed consumedIn
hi the presentation of 9 payers OB con conservation COQservatloa conservation ¬
servation the w work rk of o the uniform uniformIHWS UDtlonnMWS uniformlaws
laws comznts contvteslon nt ion n and the necessity for fora fora fora
a uniform Insurance ln uranc law George Ge nge Wal al ¬
ter Smith of Phiiaielphla PhlJa Jetphla chairman of 0
the uniform laws ry Omm ommioion > mmi sion pr pre ent
ed the work of that body tn explana ¬
lion of what had
been don to senire se re
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the object of n the conference onteree through throughnineteen throughninetren rough
nineteen years y ears rs of activity Dr W J JMcGee JMcGee J
McGee Charles Lathrop Pack Pa < k of New NewJersey Xewand NewJersey
Jersey and Mr Pinchot took care of ofthe ofthe
the conservation subjects bjeeta and Superin Superintendent Superiteadeut ¬
tendent t t of Insurance Thomas ThomasTraits K KDrake
Drake of 0 this tbt city presented the in insurance 1 181IraDCe Ihnurattce ¬
surance needs needsThe JMfdBrepon needsThe
The report of the committee tOaunltt on ere credentials eredentla18 cre credential ¬
dentials as given ven by Chairman MarcusM Marcus MarcusM lareusMaJk
M Marks of New x York showed thatthere that thatthere
there th re are 499 accredited delegates 4IeIept representing rep representing repreMDtln
reMDtln resenting < < eighty organizations tJoDS from fromfortyfour fromfortyfour
fortyfour State StatelaeHcaace StatesInsurance
Insurance Law Needed NeededPresident NeededPresident
President tlotua John F Dryden Dry of the th Pru Prudential PnI4eatI1 Pradentdal ¬
dential Life Insurance I RCe Company and aadGeorge aMIGfOr8f andO
George O erse F F Seward wanI president of the Fi Fidelity FIclelltJ Tiddlty ¬
delity and Casualty C t Company also made madeaddresses tiradeaddresses
addresses a41dCeM on Ute necessity n < < M8Ity for uniform uniformInsurance uaKonaIa uniforminsurance I
Insurance laws Ia WIJ At tbe cor corebreion elusion clu lon of ofthe oftile ofthe
the addresses Chairman parker an announced announced ¬
nounced the appointment of the fol following followlnl idlowing ¬ 1
lowing committteee committteeeCommittee tOIDmlttteMCommittee committteeaCommittee
Committee on resolutions reaolutJonsSeth Seth Low LowNew LowNew LowNew
New York York National Civic Federation FederationC
C A Severance Minnesota IDa Edwin D DPope DPo DPope
Pope Po e New N < eW York Y rlc H E Miles Wtecon l8con
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room for shipments which are on the way rya Your chance to pick UD b big ig i bargains
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