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I Fair FaTr Thursday Tr Tonight and andThursday he it itWASEGGSTGrTOST VTe a h lton OCime i f f1TOM33EIi6o90 LAST Ll JTEDITI EDITION EDITIONN N Ni
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N MBER6590 WASHINGTON VASHINGTON WEDNESDAY EVE EVEP7ING TING JANUARY 19 1910 PRICEONEOKNT PRICEONEOKNTI PRICE OE CENT
CIVIC FEDERATION FEDERATIONSPEAKERS FEDERATIONASSAIL
SPEAKERS ASSAIL KAILVigorous ASSAILCOMPLICATED ASSAILCOMPLICATED
COMPLICATED LAWS LAWSVigorous LAWSigorous
Vigorous igorous Protest Is Voiced VoicedAgainst VoicedAgainst VoicedAgainst
Against Much of Present PresentSystem PresentSystem PresentSystem
System SystemIS SystemIS SystemIS
IS LAST MEETING MEETINGQF MEETINGqF MEETINGOF
QF THE CONVENTION CONVENTIONNineteen CONVENTIONNineteen CONVENTIONNineteen
Nineteen Resolutions Suggesting SuggestingChanges Sugg SuggestingChanges g gChanges
Changes Are Adopted By ByDelegates ByDeJegates ByDolegaces
Delegates DolegacesAM DelegatesAati
DeJegatesde8tnlCthe
Aati i c = = t d unjust > t destructive of lib liberty Jib Jiberty liberty ¬
erty said weakening we to the thewere government governmentwere C eermePt eermePtwers
were only 7 some of the terms t seed by byJudge byJudse byJudge
Judge Stephen H AOen of Xaneae and aadCharles ftdCharles andCharles
Charles McCarthy of Wisconsin Wieeeo tn ill illattenaptlaJ toattempttag
attempting te describe the mean of un vaintelligible tmintelligible
intelligible laws 1a TS and tedious court pro proceedure pro proc pieceedore
ceedure c into which the courts and the tltepeorie thepeoLte
people find thompflves thompflvesThte tlte8wel tlte8welThJ8 tbeanedresThis
This momteg at the test session ef efthe ofthe f fthe
the Chic Federations le eratteft E conference OOIIlereRCeunlfwrn cetifer ce oa oauniform oftunfforrn
uniform tows at the Arlington Arltabt HotelJudge Betel HetelJudge BetelJudge
Judge Allen devoted himself almost almostwholly twholly almostwholly
wholly to court procedure and Mr MrMcCarthy XcrcCrth7 lairMcCarthy
McCarthy declared himself in unmis unmistakeahte VIIIftIIttak umwtakeabke
takeahte tak We terms against what he called calledofthe calledthe eaJIedthe
the system Of f earatese tares s legMatien that thatfills tfilIs thatfills
fills the statute books with pages pe of ofninteHigiWe ornlntelltgtble ofnIntelilgible
ninteHigiWe rubbish ru practically mak making making nuakInk ¬
ing it necessary for the courts te resolve re resolve rft rftlOlve ¬
solve tharasotves t into legislative e elO bodies
lO 0 that the real law that rules the theland theland
land is the kw or the judges es and net netthe etthe notthe
the law of the people peopleExteiaperaBeeas eOIIIeExtempKaJte4HIS peopleEatemperaneeas
ExteiaperaBeeas SpeechBoth Speech SpeechBoth SpeeckBoth
Both speeches were extemporaneous extemporaneouson
and only 8Ite ere that OIl Judge ADeR lien W Sn wason
on < n the program Both speakers were werevigorously wereTIlorMlSly wereigoreusty
vigorously and frequently applauded by bythe bythe bythe
the delegates the demonstrations of ofsympathy ofy ofsympathy
sympathy y with the views expressed be bejng be bejng being
jng given with greater reater freedom a than at atany atany atany
any other time during the conference conferenceNineteen C8IIl conferenceNineteea leDCe leDCeXlnetMft
Nineteen re resolutions resolutions indorsing the thevarious theariou thevarious
various movements for uniform 1a lawsthat laws lawsdresses
that Ion bees sugfleted theoash ad addresses
dresses before the rnnfmnniu fl I were re returns n npo relpdedl ¬
po potions lpdedl M tltis 9IS 9IStions
tions this morning by Chairman Seth SethIx SethLow SethLow
Ix Low > w and adapted by the ddegates ddegatesThese deaateaThese
These re resolutions in etrect ed effect < ect can on the theproper theproper
proper HgMative and administrative administrativebodies dlDb administrativebodies lltratiYebodl
bodies bodl to take action that wIN wiDabout bring bringabout bringabout
about uniformity unlfolllJlt in the State laws gov governing governing governing ¬
erning water power court procedure procedureforestry p procedureforestry
forestry orestlJ workmens compensation lL or oremployers oremployen oremployers
employers liability child labor traMc traMcIn tralkjn tratlcin
In nareoUc and habit bit forming form dross drugaprobating drupprobatiag drossprobating
probating of wilts transfers and con conveyances COIITeyaaeea conveyaaes ¬
veyances insurance code vital stalls statistics stat statt stallsTics ¬
t tics lcs practice tice of medicine taxatloa taxationmunicipal taxatloamunicipal taxatloamunicipal
municipal accounts certified public ac accountants accountants accountanta ¬
countants and mining taws tawsResolutions JaWLResoIutOmJ lawsResolutions
Resolutions of thanks to Senator Root Rootfor Rootlor Rootfor
for his address yesterday afternooaand afternoon afternoonand attentoOliand
and to the President P the conference of ofgovernors OCgoyelDOnJ ofgovernors
governors and all organizations s sdel sending sendingdelegates sendingdelegates
delegates del es as welt as to the committee committeeon COIR
on resolutions for its faithful work workwere WOIIiwert workwere
were formally adoptedFew adopted adoptedFew adopteGFew
Few Present FreaestOnly Pre PresentOnly eRt eRtOnly
Only four of the sixteen speakers speakersscheduled speAkerSIJcb4cJttteI speakersscheduled
scheduled for the norntafc acaslon of ofthe 0the ofthe
the conference C4 were present Me ellt when the thesession tItee58toR theseeeioa
session was catted to order th tbs morn morning MOnIlng moraIng ¬
ing by President Parker About the thesame thesante thesame
same percentage peIefII of the delegates eg were weren w wereIn re reIn
In n attendance Bee o on the session It was ex explained explalned explained ¬
plained however that the absentees absenteeswere abMateeflwere ahnsenteeswere
were almost ail 11 attending attelld the meeting meetingof
of the governors for the purpose of ofbringing oCbrlngiDg ofbrnging
bringing before them the matters theconference the theconference theconference
conference has been discussing dJeeu during duringthe dur durthe duringthe
the past two days daysTh da daTh daysThp
Th Thp regulation r ltioa of railways and pub public pubUc public ¬
lic dtiiitios was the first subject to tobe ube tybe
be discussed and Martin S Decker president pres president PftISidtnt ¬
ident of the National AsooehUten of ofRailway orHai1way ofRailway
Railway Commissioners mIs was the only onlyspeaker OftlysDfker onlysneaker
speaker speakerRailways sDfkerRailways sneakerRailways
Railways Ask Uniform I Laws IawsWltlt LawsWith ws wsWith
With the statement t that uKOpe proper pro protection proff proteetloa ¬
tection ff > tloR of the public interests Inte cannot be bebad bebad bebad
bad without regard r nI to proper protection protectionContinued KOteet1oBCoatlnued protefxioaContinued
Continued on Second Page PageWEATHER Page PageX1EATHER PageVEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTA
A change to colder weather has over overpread overpread overepread
pread the tb west Gun Stt StPtes s and the dl dltrtots dltr1ctg dltriets
trtots east of the Mississippi river ex exept exept oxcRpt
cRpt ept New England nd where the tempera tewperaOre temperatGre pera peraII
tGre Ore is slightly llt lUy higher blh r than at the thesame tilesaJDt thesame
same > hour Tuesday Tue A general g 1 change changetn e eto
to warmer weather wet has overspread thePlains the thePlains the1t8I08
Plains States and the Northwest NorthwestThere N NwrthweetThere IIwest IIwestThere
There were brisk and high southerly southerlyshifting seudK southerlyshifting > ly lyniftlngo
shifting to westerly and northwesterly northwesterryuinds DOrthwe northwesterlyKinds terl terlwinds
winds during the last twentyfour hours hourson hoursIn hoursnn
on the New England and the middle mlddieAtlantic middleAtlantic 1ddIe 1ddIeAtlandc
Atlantic coasts and westerly we rterl7 = gales gaie5ver gaie5verth4 over overthe overthe
the lower lakes lakesFn lakeeFak lacesFair
Fn weather will continue tt ve dnrI during ng to toTiight wTlhht tonight
night and Thursday in all districts trIetnf e east eastof st stnf
nf the Mississippi Xl BlIlippi river and fair fairweather faJrweather fairweather
weather will likely continue eo coadnnela thl1le m Ja the tileern Bust Bustem taMern
ern States through thlOlaglaTBKPE1tAt Friday FridayS
TBKPE1tAt R Rto
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9 a m ii iiM
10 a m Ii
11 a 8 8U m 11 11l
12 l ± noon i il
1 p m 42 42FORSCAST
2 pPo p Po m t tFO l lFORECAST
FORECAST FO AST FOR TB8 TH DISTRICT DISTRICTFair DISTRICTYak DISTRICTFair
Fair tonight tonight and Thursday not II8tchaJa much muchchange muchchange
change chaJa tat temperature mtaawnu I IpenLtu tent tentperature leastpersture
perature penLtu tonight about S h dut dagrcea rees light lightto UgIatto lightto
to moderate westerly ter1yTIDE winds wteoaTIDE windsTIDE
TIDE TABLK TABLKToday TABL1ITo TABtgTodayBush
Today TodayBush q Hhrh tide 2 391 a L m JR dead nd 23 23p 23i 23ipo 2 T Tp
p po m Iw tide sas 3J a a w aM aMTmQIT8w ilk 9 JR JRTamorraw mTonerswwrigh
Tamorraw Tonerswwrigh Xflfch tide tide 3 3J7 t3 > a r aIM aIMJi andz
J7 z p Po i n = Low Lo tide tWe 9JK JZ a a m an ash a ap 1tS 31Spm
p pm m
18SUN
SUN TABLB TABLBSun T TABUSun A BI BISun
Sun rteee rises risesSun 7B 7BSun 71iSun
Sun sets itS itSCO
soteCOJfDTTiON
COJfDTTiON CO 1TIOX OF WATERHARPERS WATER WATRRHARPKRS WATERHARPERS
HARPERS FERRY W VT Va Jan Ji JiShenandoah then f9Shensrdoah
Shenandoah hen ndoah muddy JluIiW and Potomac cloDdy
tits momnt ntorrfaEt
t
I State tate Executives Taking Part in Conference Co feren e Now in Session Here HereROBERT
ROBERT S VESSEY VESSEYOf JAMES H BRADY BRADYOf A A 0 EBERHART EBERHARTOf J 0 DAVIDSON DAVIDSONOf HERBERT S HADLEY HADLEYOf
Of South Dakota Of Idaho Of Minnesota Of Wisconsin Of Missouri
LOVING LOVINOCUP CUP GIVEN GIVENTO GIVENTO
1 Tfl TO lu JArAPlLOL JAPANESE lAPANnjr PI CLUB CLUBOfficers CLUBOfficers uLlJD uLlJDOfficers IIR
j
Officers of Atlantic Fleet FleetStrengthen FleetStrengthen FleetStrengthen
Strengthen International InternationalFriendship InternationalFriendship InternationalFriendship
Friendship FriendshipTOJCTO FriendshipT FriendshipTOKYO
TOKYO T JCYO Japan Jan M 11T1N Tb presen pretnentathoa presenKavat prMelltatleac
tathoa tatleac of a sir g CUlt 1D tile 1pltee 1plteeN JapaaeeeNaval
Naval N Ctab by v the officers Of the Amen American AmerlcaIIAtJaade Amencan ¬
can caIIAtJaade Atlantic fleet which occurred today todaywas tooytIN todaywas
was the occaaian of a love feast 1 between betweenthe 1tetweentile betweenthe
the naval officers fit f the two t powers powersMany powersMany wers
Many of the highest naval val officials of ofJapan orJ ofJapan
Japan J IUI were ere presentAdmbei present presentAdmiral JIIeotA4mIraI
Admiral Hubbard of the American Ajnerioinfleet Americanfeet n npre
fleet presented pre the cup feUcttetmg the thei thetwo
i two we nations on their close friendship friendshipXaval frieIMI friendshipNaval tp tpaval
Naval aval Minister et Satto of Japan in ac accepting ac accepUnl accepting ¬
cepting the cup in behalf of the Japa Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
nese naval officers oftkersIUd said The giving givingof
of this cup is a proof of the cordial eor iaI rela relations relatloas reintions ¬
tions extetinc a Jstinc not only between 1 our ournavies ourvid ournavies
navies vid but between bet n the people of the thetwo tbetwo thetwo
two great tat countries I believe this act actwill aetw actwili
will w I strengthen th the friendship chain n tb tlie tlieArst tl e earst eArai
arst link of which was forged by Comniodore Com Commodore Commodore ¬
modore Perry years ago agoOVER agoFRANCE agoFRANCE
FRANCE IS 1 WOnIflEO WOnIflEOI
I
OVER OVERTARIFF TARIFF RATES RATESIs
Is Anxious to Be Placed PlacedUpon PlacedUpon PlacedUpon
Upon United States StatesWhite StatesWhite StatesWhite
White List ListPARIS ListPARIS JJ JJPARIS
PARIS Jan tThe b The The publication by byPresident h hPa byPresident
President Pa LIJideat Taft of the names of the foredga for foreign foreIgJa ¬
eign countries that win be granted mini minimum aiaimUM minimum ¬
mum tariff rates by the United Ull e States Statesexciudftve Statesexchl Statesexdudur
exchl exciudftve t c as it does ef both France FraneeADd FraneeADdGermuay crudGermany and andGermany
Germany has greatly alarmed the theFrench UteFreack theFrench
French government and the minister of ofcommerce ofCORUII ofcommerce
commerce CORUII announced today that he will willask willask willask
ask the senate se to reduce re ace the tariff tariffschedules tartrbeclD1es tariffschedules
schedules beclD1es fixed b 8Y the chamber of depu deputIEs depot deputies ¬
t ties tIEs leis so as to make them more favorable favorableto
to American trade tradeFrance eFran tradeFrance
France Fran is anxious to be includedamong included includedamonff 1aeIudedi
i among a the nations receiving the minimum mini minium MIRItart ¬
mum um tariff charge though radical radicalchanges radlealellaDgetS radicalchanges
changes will 111 have to be made in her herpresent herresent herpresent
present schedules If this advantage Is tote Isto Isto
to be secured securedTIere securedTIere ocuredI
I TIere TI ere are many who oppose making makingconcessions JRkingCOItCe8Sions makingconcessions
concessions to the United States oa theground the theground th thJl9Qnd
ground that tha despite ts the e jceqcaltties lcegt Ues of ofthe eCI ofthe
I the tariff as now D W levied by It the United UnitedStates U UnitedStates ntted nttedI
I States French F euch trade with that country countryis try tryis
is steadily teA ily grpwteg JTpw g and a tariff sur surrender aurIIDder surrender ¬
IIDder render would work more hardships than thanadvantages thnvantages thanadvantages
advantages advantagesJOHN advantagesJOHN vantages vantagesJOHN
JOHN R WALSH WALSHNOW WALSHNOW VALSHNO7
NOW IN PRISON PRISONLEAVENWOKXK PRISONi PRISONLEAVENWORTE
i LEAVENWOKXK LEA YE WORTH Kan Jan JanJohn It ItlJohn 19John
lJohn John R R Wateh WI convicted Chicago bank aDkI bankerr banker ¬
er entered the Federal prison at 124 124oclock 1fi 1fioclock 224oclock
I
oclock today t y to begin beg serving s hie five liveears fiveyears AveI
I years yea ears term for misappropriating funds fundsof fundsI fundsof
of his Chicago Ch banks
I
CHRISTY CHILDS STORY STORYWILL STORYWILL STORYWILL
WILL SETTLE CUSTODY CUSTODYCourt
Court C urt of Make Private Investigation As to Disposition of ofLittle ofLittle ofLittle
Little Girl GirlWife Wife of Artist Said to Have HaveBeen HaveBeen HaveBeen
Been Hard Drinker
ZA ZANXSVILLB LB Ohio Jan IS 1iA A private pri prie priy
y vate e talk between Judge Smith sdt and andNatlfe aacliataJIe andallfe
Natlfe allfe Christy C1K18t ill finally settle the theThis the4I11e theq
4I11e q 11 e her C88 custody custodyThis 7 7ThIs
This announcement was made by the theourt thecrt thecourt
crt at the opening today 7 of the thehitbeae titehn thebabeas
hn hitbeae e corpus proceedings instituted llledtut by byMrs DYXs byMs
Mrs Howard Chandler Christy who whochtrges whociKrges whochtrges
chtrges that her husband the f fartist faa fBt8U8 fBt8U8art us usartist
artist art is unfit to act as guardian of the thedangltter t1tegbter theas
as > dangltter dangltteri gbter tghteri gbteri
i win take Natalies statement emeAt when whentestimony w whentutu eR eRteatlllWlly
tutu testimony te an in in announcedJudge announced llllCMHlCOOJudge announcedJudge
Judge Smith Sinit t I intend telM to get from rr the theefcfld tlteddId thechild
child her own aentiuieatsMies sentiments sentimentsMiss aeII DIeIItaMJes
Miss Hose Re eCltrl < CferfeXy sister terol of the art artist artist artist ¬
ist ist resumed the stand The TMdescribed witness witnessdescribed witnessdescribed
described an R instance of Mrs Maybette MaybetteChristys MIQDeDeCbrietTs MsybelleGuustys
Christys alleged iaebriety duri during a visitto visit visitte ttt
te t the home fJ sf > f the arttetTs parents at atDuncans AtDeDcanl atDsncans
Duncans Fait She e said Christy be beran e eamf beeame
ran eame amf > > impatient In aiipnt an anc < i spanked ed his wife tr in inno f7no
no gentle manner
I IGeveI1lers
From Left to Right Top Row RowGovemors Governors Pzonty Vermont Draper Massachusetts Sloan Arizona Bottom Bette Row RowGeveraers Row RowGovernors I
Governors Weeks Connecticut Fernald Fern1d Maine Quiaby QI1 1IDY New Hampafcire HampNire t
STREET IS UNSNAKEN UNSNAKENBY ONSiKEiSensational
BY BIG STOCK SLUMP SLUMPSens lU P Pr
r
Sens Sensational Sen tional on1 Drop Causes CausesBut Causres1 Causres1But CausesBut
But Little More Than Thana lh n na
a ShiverNEW Shiver ShiverKKW Sr1 Ver VerNEW
NEW YORK Jw JIoee Once OnceWatt mne mnewail I
Watt Street has seen a drop et JKtyefcc JKtyefccpoints atqipoIat fitlyeiapoints
points in a stock listed on the loaf JocaIexdIaa loafexchange locnlexchange
exdIaa exchange exchange but despite the fact that the themarket tilerket tinsmarket
market was a weak erratic nervous and andthe aIIIIlI aedas
II touchy as a weat weather er vase vaJM h htb took tookthe
I the sensational KIUIittta1drop drop without much muchthan 1R8datllaa more morethan
than a shiver shiverThe shiverI shiverThe
The weakling weakJ ia this instance w wall wallH wasHocking s sHocking
I Hocking H Coal and Ire Iron Company Y but butnot butIII butin
III this case t tie senendonsl ttoI drop was wasnot
I not a result of mismatched ISIIIII tet III orders ordersThe o ordersThe eIL eILI
I The Street ctemis that Hocking H Coal Coaland 001an Coaland
and Iron never DeV should hare T Ti been set selftng selftnge g gground
i round e 88 or better that tJ it was worth worthere uaI wtttthprobably
I probably SOt or and that JO l lwere efforts effortswere
were ere responsible for the t e netltious veins valuation veinsthin ¬
thin i iThe
ttonTIM The stock cloned yesteiday y at atrose 111 111rO 87 87rose
rose e to 88 tB this morning and then drop dropped dropped ¬
ped down down and on the down grade gradeuntil adeuntil gradeuntil drelJl
until 32 J27k > was reached when there th was wasa wuslifht wasa
a slight very slight recovery recoveryAnd recoveryADd recoveryAnd
And in the dropping dn of the Hocking HockingCoal HockIDgCoal HockingCoal
Coal and Iron Company two exchange exchangeconcerns exchatageCODCerD8 exchangeconcerns
concerns dropped out of existence tem temporarily t tporarily temporarily ¬
porarily at least They are Lathrep LathrepHaskrgs LathropHasIdg8 LathrepHasktgs
Haskrgs Co whose suspension is issaid Issaid issaid
said to o be due to Hockings drop and andJ andJ
J W Fisk k Co Neither house e is whatis what whatte wtaatIs
Is known as blg In the parlance of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the street street but following their suspen suspension 8U8pe11aloe suapensloe ¬
aloe the market began to quiver and andshak andsbak andshak
shak + + again and the promise was for forthe 1orthe forthe
the lowest closing of the week weekThte weekThis weekThis
This severe break in Hocking Coal Coaland Coalan4 Coaland
and Iron has another cause and nd the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole market is going off on the con continued continued continued ¬
tinued action being prosecuted more or orless orlees orlees
lees successfully asalnst against combinations combinationsHocking combinationsHocking combinationsHocking
Hocking Valley Ohio It R R R Co and andthe lidthe andthe
the group of allied railways railwa s and coal codicompanies coalcompanies 00p
companies p Dies hat been the object of State Statelitigation StateJttIgatJon Statelitigation
litigation for five years The circuit circuitcourt clnattcourt circuitcourt
court has Just ordered the dissolution dissolutionof
of the illegal relationships at once onceContinued OIICContlftued onceContinued
Continued on Page Thlrteea I
Anne Washington Vuhl ItoR astynoMy 3o etyileMy Jl ly dressednegroes dressed dressedaegrees dI dIforaerly
negroes foraerly employed as s domesticm domestic e tle tleill
m ill the New N York apartments of the
Christys t s testified that site had often oftenseen of oftenseen tea teaseeR
seen Mrs Christy drunk drunkThe drunkM drunkThe
The fotktwinc mornings she con ewntinned continued COBtiuued ¬
tinned she would send me out for
Martini cocktails and gin I often let lether kther petbet
her In at night when she was intoxi intoxicated intoxiteL Intoxicated ¬
cated < I called Perdy on the telephone telephoneat tenephoaat
at Mrs Christy Chrl tys n request and when i icook I Icould
could cook not get him on the phone she sent sentme 8eRtm sentms
me m to his home This was always alter
Mr Christy had left the apartments
1 I once let Perdy into our apart apartments pIUtmeots apartments ¬
ments said the negroes I took him himto hbnto himto
to Mrs Christys bedroom Mrs
Christy said Is that you Edgar EdgarHe
He said Yes Then he vent in Instayed He Hestayed Hestayed
stayed three hours boU S I was called to
bring Mqior JIql When I went in Mrs
Christy said to me Anne Anne do o you
blame n me e for being crazy about him h 1
Isnt I t he haneomer 1taJt me Perdy knelt on thefloor the t
floor and kissed Mrs Christys handsand hands handsand haDdsand
and she said afd to Edgar Edgar if it ttr itrp itwere
were r rp nut f fur n r Natalie you know 1 would
be with you ou all the time time Umet timeI
I
t
SECRETARY WILSON WILSONTO ILSON ILSONCam
TO TESTIFY TESTlFYFlHST TESTlFYFlHSTRep FIRST FliKTRepresentative FIRSTRepresentative
<
Representative Rep ntative Moares Moore s sSECRETARY Com Committee Gommittee Cammittee ¬
mittee Will eBgin PriceInquiry Price PriceInquiry PriceInqurry
Inquiry Tomorrow TomorrowThe T omorrovt omorrovtlllto
The investigation into the tIMeoet tsrxeaped tsrxeapedcoat crea creaat
coat k living III tile District WIll P Pat
at 13 nisi > 11 oclock next Monday moraog moraogTbb mernapg mernapga JRO JROltIIB
ltIIB was decided today at a meeting of oftee ofa
a subcommittee tee of he House District DistrictCommittee DI8u1etCommItt4Ie DistrictCommittee
Committee of which Representative RepresentativeMoore RepreHII RepresentativeMoore e eMoore
Moore of Pennsylvania PftIIII is chairman chairmanI cbalrmaaTbe chairmanThe
I The resolution r introduced by Mr MrMoore KrXoore MrMoore
Moore autnorhanjc the tavestUratton V tlolS was wasdiscussed W1MJed woediscussed
discussed by the entire District Com Committee C CtDittee Committee ¬
mittee after which the subcommfttee subcommftteemet s Jco1IIntttteemet
met and outlined a plan JIIIa of Investigation InvestigationIt
It was decided to ask Secretary r Wilson Wilsonof w Wilsonof oI oIof
of the Agricultural Department D to ap appear ap appear appear ¬
pear before the tbcommittee next Monday Mon Monday MODday ¬
day Mr Moore sated that masrauch as asMr aMr asMr
Mr Wilson a4 ad already gathered a great greatamount greatamount el elIUIIOIIftt
amount of data di t on this subject it would wouldbe WOtIIdbe wouldbe
be advisable to get his views at the theoutset tileuUlet theoutlet
outset or the tn investigatio4 tav sti atfoa tlon After the thetestimony thetestiaIO thetestimony
testimony testiaIO y of f Secretary S Wilnoa the sub subcommiltee sub subcomadttee subcommittee
committee will decide upon a defitnlte dehtntteplan defitnlteplan defitnlteplan
plan for further work It is probable probablethat proDIethat probablethat
that that plan will provide that hearings hearingsI
I be held three or four times a week
While it is Mr r Moores intention to toinvite
invite the public generally to appear be before before ¬
fore his committee he is extremely extremelyanxious extremelyanxious
anxious to get as much specific infor information information information ¬
mation as possible and in order to ac accomplish accompU accomplish ¬
complish that he will ask warehouse warehousemen warehouaemen warehousemen ¬
men wholesale and retail grocers grocersbutchers grocersbutchers roeers roeersbutcbers
butchers tanners and other dealers in inthe Intbe inthe
the necessaries of life to testify before beforehis beforebl8 beforehis
his committee Mr Moore expects thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the investigation will last several weeks weeksOYSTER weeksOYSTER weeksOYSTER
OYSTER DEALERS DEALERSOBJECT DEALERSOBJECT DEALERSOB
OBJECT OB ECT TO ATTACK ATTACKAn
An active campaign against the oys oyster oyster oyster ¬
ter dealers of the city was started this thismorning thlaJDOnIIDg thismorning
morning by members of the National NationalAntiKood NatloDalADtioood NationalAntiFood
AntiKood Trust League LeagueThe L LeagueThe
The association will endeavor to ob obtain ob obtain obtain ¬
tain evidence to prove that Washington Washingtonoyster Washingtonoyster n noy
oyster oy dealers are trying to prevent con coasvroers conMHlter1l consomers
svroers from buying oysters o rs direct from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the oystermen who bring their products productsto
to the river wharves It is claimed the thedealers theha thedealers
dealers have ha attempted to hold the ex exclusive exelusive exclusive ¬
clusive right of trading direct with oys oystermen oys1ermen oyslermen ¬
termen by virtue of paying a license licensetax licensetax licensetau
tax taxMembers
Members e 9C the board of o directors of ofthe 0 0the ofthe
the antifood trust t egamzation of ofwhich e ewhich ofwhich
which Mrs Alice E Whitakers Whfak rs election electionas
as president t was made public today todaywill todTwlU todaywill
will raise funds necessary neee ry to o carry on enthe onthe onthe
the work among the consumers of the theDistrict UteDIstrict theDistrict
District DistrictOther DIstrictOther DistrictOther
Other women State SCatedlIt directors die tors ors who whohave whove wholave
have ve been elected ted to the directorate are areMrs ateJIII6 areMrs
Mrs Sarah Platt Decker of Denver DenverMrs DeaverXra DenverMs
Mrs Elroy M M A Avery very of Cleveland ClevelandMrs ClevelaadMr ClevelandMrs
Mrs Ellen M x Henrottn of Chicago and andMrs aBdMr andMrs
Mrs Truman A A Avery of Buffalo BuffaloOyster BufraJoOyster BuffaloOyster
Oyster Famine in an Oyster Town TownLAUREL TownLAUREL TownLAUREL
LAUREL Del Jan an 1ITbere There is anoyster an anoyster anoYSter
oyster famine here for the 2rst > rst rune t1 re te in inthe inthe
the t memory of the oldest Citizen Not Notan Notan Notan
an oyster oy in the shell has haste been n seen in inLaurel inLaurel inLaurel
Laurel hi OVJT ov r x three wee weeks Owing to tothe toUte tothe
the ice in the lower Nantteoke and Ianrel Lau Laurel Laurel ¬
rel rivers boats are unable to reach reachthe reachthe reachthe
the beds while previous prur to the cold coldspell ceIdpeI1 coldsped
spell from two tw > to four boats laden with withbivalves withbivalves withbivalves
bivalves always were moored thereFights there thereFights thereFights
Fights Meat Trust TrustJKFFJSRSON TrustJEFFERSON TrustJEFFERSON
JEFFERSON CITY Mo Jan Janl JR 15At 15Attorney illAttorney At Attorney ¬
torney General Major has announced announcedthat announcedtbat announcedthat
that be would soon S call a conference of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the attorneys general eneral of Illinois Iowa IowaNebraska IoWa IoWaKaaMS IowaNZbrsa
NZbrsa Nebraska Ica Kansas Oklahoma Oklahomand Arkan Arkansas ArhanBaS ¬
BaS and nd Texas to discuss the a high highPrices hldlPrim highpriers
Prices Prim of meat and if possible induce inducethem indreetIton inducertnt
them to T cite it ii a concerted j action actionagainat actiona1ita1lt actionagtinat
againat Ui the socalled called Meat seat eat trust
INSURGENTS YIELD YIELDs
T THEPBfSl s tNI tNII tNIRainey
I
Rainey R am Y Ynated and James Nomi Nominated Nominated ¬
nated By ByDemocrats Democrats May MayI MayN MayNat
I Nat N t Be Chosen ChosenBy Chit
I By JAMES HAY Jr JrThe JrTiM JrThe
The President Prue We loot was WII8 given gt such eM entptaktfe eMto emc
ptaktfe c advfee ads ee to fake iitsurainto nl1lt of the theI tileH theHouse
H re ardhs we MIJlIU MIJlIUc pnpesed aswher aswhership
ship c the oiondUee te Uvadgate e tile tileI theBamnserPhmhot
I BninngerPmrhot I sw ootroseq uontiP msy that be hebetteves beI beieHeves
betteves the two Domeurata Jrftiney and andcus JUIdea andJames
I
James sanalASted ea lIr their party caa crocus caaeas
cus eas will not be elected to the commit committee COMMIttee ittee ¬
tee teeThe
The details of yesterdays oo conference conferencebetween Terence Terencebetween flence flenceeeR
between eeR Mr Taft aril the two inourgent I larnrgentletados inourgentlenders t ts
lenders s Mwodock and IMo leaked Jeakedbetween leakedout leanedout
out t today aid the story r rbetweea what passed passedbetween
between the three men men i BrastMties the thepreecHents tilepreedlients thepresidents
presidents determination detHndi 1ua to have havequare a asquare asquare
square deal In the inveottgatkm invtetlgatloaAccording inveottgatkmflcial tIoII tIoIIAeeonit
According to tM toQ beard III of offtdaI ofllciai
flcial circles today Mr Murdock and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Gardner Gam er went to the tit President of oftheir orthetr oftheir
their own volition voU and naked his advice adviceabout actvtceabout adviceabout
about whether they should vote for forMeans torRaineY forItatney
RaineY ad Ja James NS whoM many Repub Repubka Republicans
ka Means consider as the most biased and andpartisan aaclHirtt8 andpartisan
partisan Demoa r Democrats > emocrats ate of the House ThePresident The ThePresident ThePre
President hleot did not mince matters m Ja let lettine ett letting
tine t the two insurgents nt8 know what hei heithrogfct he hethought e ethtGGht
thought of the situation situationPaving R RPaving j jl
l Paving Way far TreaHe Tre1l TretbieHe e eHe i iHe
He Joked them because they hal ba 1 re refused re refused refused ¬
fused to cooperate with the RepuoMcan RepuoMcanorganization Repu rikan rikanorganization
organization of the House on the ground groundthat gaoundthat groundthat I
that It was too tricky and had handed handedthemselves hDdedthemselves handedthemselves
themselves over to the Democrats Ke Keferring Re Referring Referring
ferring to the fear expressed by the in insurgents msurgents Insurgents ¬
surgents that these Democrats would wouldgo wouldgo wouldgo
go out of their way to throw mud on onthe ORthe onthe
the Administration AdlBlals tlon the President Pre said saidContinued saidlContlmt saidCContInued
Continued d on Seventh Page
GOVERNORS UNITED UNITEDFOR UNITEDFOR UNITEDFOR
FOR STATE RIGHTS RIGHTSCommonwealths RIGHTSCommonwealths HUTSCommonwealths
Commonwealths Executives ExecutivesWarmly ExecutivesIarmly ExecutivesWarmly
Warmly Advocate Home HomeControl HomeControl HomeControl
Control ControlCould ControlCould
Could COO Jobn C c Calhoun c have ye Red Hetanedto 1Iet
to the discussion at thC governors con conference Ceaference ¬
ference at the WMard Hotel this morn morning mornlog ¬
ing he would have been convinced COlI B 8d that tItatState thatState thatState
State rights a advocacy YOelle7 Is no longer longerconfined longerconfined
confined to tothis the territory south of Ma Mason Mason ¬
son and Dixon line fnsCalled lineCalled
Called aJ1ed for the purpose of discussing discussinguniform discussingrniform
uniform State legislation Iadonr the second seconddays 5eCCJnQcIaT seconddays
days conference develop developed eB largely late intopolitical latel
a political discussion of State rights rightsThe rightsThe
The only thing that prevented eMed what andeebtedly un undoubtedly 1IatedI7 ¬
doubtedly would have e been a a warm de debate de dewaa debate ¬
bate was the fact that the executives executivesthe executivesf
f the various Commonwealths Ceumte weaitJas repre represented relMe3ftted repronested ¬
nested took the SMIte view vies of e the mat matter Matter matter ¬
ter terThis
This view was decidedly favorable to tothe tothe tothe
the States as against t the Federal Gov Government GoverOlDfftt Government ¬
ernment regarding g the t e ownership and andcontJM andcoot andcontwi
contJM coot c C natural rights within the theStates UMstee theStates
States steeC StatesGovoiisa
Govoiisa C wfll I ieE 1tsdI Tesaekr starp t tb
t iIi
1 oy f rir < mni yQuinby dry of ifew ifewHbmwoHite N Fl3Iy Fl3IyHsupellire w
HbmwoHite r on er TantmL B Be i said the theownership UteendIIp toleownership
ownership of water power r undoubtedly undoubtedlyshould nadoubted 1IDdow r rshould
should reside Ia the States StatesI 1 1I
I am Just as tenacious t for State Staterights StaterlcIatB Staterldbts
rights as any y man m iin the South said saidGovernor saidGovernor I
Governor Qumby QI III y y when ivuou Governor Will Willson Witthad
son had conceded OW We e are sovereign sovereignDuriBfr soverelgaaM sovereignilintea
ilintea aM what we bare should belong beIoRgto
to 1IIL uc ucDaring
1IILthe
Daring the remander of t Ute th morning morniagletolon morningsession
session the discussion dW 111n was < as based upon uponthe uponthe
the Quinby paper Governors of States StatesAlabama Statasfrc Stalesfrom
from a Alabama and Connecticut put putthemselves
themselves Oft record as favoring State State0WIIenIIaip Stateownesnbtp
ownership and control of water power powerIn 1M powerIn
In some of the States It was pointedout pointed pointedout poIBte4r
out meat of r the water power already alreadyhas alceady11M alreadyhas
has been used 1J8etl1l up so that very little can canbe c canbe n
be done m In the way of remedial legisla legislation Jeglslatloa legletation ¬
tion In those States where water W1t r power powerte poweris
Is yet y t largely to be developed it was wasurged was1IIg wasarged
urged by the speakers co time should sfaouKrfehts shotIldbe shouldbe
be lost bY the States s k1 acquiring rlDf therlrhta the theridlts
rfehts which siould be theirs
For a time it looked as if the gov governors geveIDOlS governors ¬
ernors were at a a lose to know from fromwhat fromwhat fromwhat
what position tae conference should be
Jauncbed launched Governor Qulnbys paper iI6 per had
dealt almost t entirely with the White VhtteJlMUntaJn Whitemountain Wattemountain
mountain forest reserve reserveAfter reserveAfter e eAfter
After the political turn given the dis discussion illscussion ¬
cussion Governor c eraor Carroll of Iowa at atthemsetves
tempted to get the members to ctine
themselves to the one object of uniform un ferm
legislation IatJonUrged Urged Harmony HarmonyVfe HarmonyWe HarmonyWe
We should d minimize the differences differencesbetween dUfereuc6Sbetween differencesbetween
between the States and the Government Govern Government ¬
ment he said so that we can work in inharmony
harmony harmoB and tell each other what we weare were weare
are doing in our respective States StatesGovernor S tesGovernGr StatesGovernor
Governor Carrolls attempt attem was large largely 18rgely largely ¬
ly successful successful for after that that the speak speakers speakers speakers ¬
ers devoted themselves to describing
in detail how the States which they theyrepresented theyrepre theyrepresented
represented repre eated had dealt with the prob ¬
lems of forest reservations and 00 water waterrights
rights rightsQovernor t4btsovernor Its Itsgovernor
governor Fothier of Rhode Island Islandpresided Islandpre Islandpresided
presided pre tded at the morning session Gov Governors Governors Governors ¬
ernors Crothers of Maryland and JDe JDeneen De Deneen Deneen
neen of Illinois wer were scheduled to toread toreadp toread
read readp papers per5 respectively rspecttveip upon Cony Conyservation Conyservation
servation tion of Resources ReS U and Water Waterways Waterw Waterways ¬
ways Neither is in attendance at the theContinued theContinued theContinued
Continued on Sixth Page
PASSENGERS P IN DANGER DANGERFROM DANGERFROM DANGERFROM
FROM GREAT ICE GORGE GORGEVessel GORGEVessel GORGEVessel
Vessel With Twentyfive Persons Aboard Threatened ThreatenedWith ThreatenedWith ThreatenedWith
With Destruction In Ohio 0 hio River RiverOne One Dead DeadMany DeadMany DeadMany
Many Rescued At Pittsburg
BVA BVANSVILLB SVX L3 Jan 1I1IM The new pas passenger pueRger passenger ¬
senger steamer 5t La Laurie tie running between betweenPaducah DetweePaducalt betweenPaducah
Paducah Eyand Ky and Evnsv Evansville e wth wthtwentyftve wthtwemyftve w di ditwentyfive
twentyftve passengers rs aboard te bet d ded ded dad
ed upstream in l an effort to reach safe safety 3 eaety < e ety ¬
ty and avoid the Wolf creek ice gorge gorgeAH goreAll gorgeAll
All effort e ort to signal the steamer and andbrve aDdwve andhove
hove the captain turn rn down atre stream m have havefailed hver1led havefailed
failed The LiJrie La iris passed Shawnee Shawaeetewn Sbanteetown Shawneetown
town last Bight B bt as a u i te believed to be bei benear benear
i near ear Mt Vernon Ind The toe gorge gorgehas gorgehas I
has cut off all places of refuge r for the thesteamer thesteamer thesteamer
steamerThe steamer steamerThe 1
The gorge SCK 6 pasee ° Newburg dud Indat IacIat dudat
at 9 oclock today and is expected to topass top8 topass
pass here swon si on The grinding of the ice icecan Icecan icecan
can be heard he rd a mile It I is feared the thegorge tbe11e thegorge
gorge 11e will U stop in the horseshoe bend bendbelow bendbelow beadbekrw
below here beret which will result in the thePersons thelower thelower
lower p part t of tb the c ipr ty DeiQc bein flooded iioodedPersons floodedPersons
Persons living IiviD on he lowlands u on theKentucky the theKentucky theKentuckY
Kentucky side of t it ae river are hurrying hurryingto >
to higher h her ground groundlower groundThousands groundThousands
Thousands 0 persons living long the thetower thelower
lower river are watchintr for the th first flrstsign firsts firstcigP
sign s l of t till approach appro ch of tli t tile Jw < Curti CurtiHeavy ur urHeavy orlieay
Heavy rains in the Central Valley Val1e Val1et
t
are expected to cause another rise 1 e In Intoe intb inthe
toe river oven if the flood heM back backby backby luckby
by the huge h ice pack has spent its force forcebefore forcebefore
before 1 it arrives here ere Local rivermen rivermenhere rhennenhere rlvermenhere
here today declare they expect the river rJverto rlverto riverto
to attain flood stage again Today the thee thes
s = e is thirty thtrty feet and the river la still stillng stillEstImates stillEstimates
ng ngEstimates
Estimates of the damage done by the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present gorge place the amount over overiNroo overssttu
iNroo 699009 Many coal barges with Ith car cargoes cargues cargoes ¬
goes have been lost In the ice floes floesPITTSBUHG floesPITTSBLIiG
PITTSBUHG Jan 19 DAfter niter After causing
the loss of one life Ute the injury of many manypersons matypen0D8 manypersons
persons and damaging property prep rty to the theextent theextent theextent
extent of several thousand dollars the theneed theft6 theflood
need here caused by the breaking bre Jctn of ofaa oCaa ofa
aa a tee gorge in the t Allegheny nver nverreached nverreached riverreached
reached Its Its crest shortly after noon to ¬
day The waters are expected to recede recedetonight recedetOi recedetonight
tonight tonightFor tOi tonightFor Iht IhtFor
For a a time serious conditions existed
There were any n thrilling rescues or onthe orthe orthe
the river when houseboats were crushed
In the t he tee I e floes One family of five was wasbarfed washa1 wasburled
barfed ha1 up sixty feet f t by a rope to a abriijjo ahrI
briijjo hrI > 11 when wh > n their Mat was as crushed crusheda crnshtdazairt
a azairt aii t the abutment
SCORE OF GIRLS GIRLSREPORTED
REPORTED KILLED KILLEDFactory KILLEDIN
IN PHILADELPHIA PHllADELPHIAt
Factory FactoryREPORTED Fire Traps Hundred HundredPersons HundredPersons HundredPersons
Persons on Upper UpperFloors Upp UpperFloors r rFloors
Floors FloorsEIGHT FloorsEIGHT FloorsEIGHT
EIGHT DIE IN JUMP JUMPFROM JUMPFROM JUMPFROM
FROM THE WINDOWS WINDOWSTwenty WINDOWSwenty WINDOWSTwenty
Twenty wenty More Believed te Have HavePerished HavePerished HavePerished
Perished Under FaHiag FaHiagWaHs F FWalls FaiirllgWars
Walls WaHsPHILADELPHIA WallsPHILADELPHIA WarsPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA Jan 19 t9score 19score A Ascore
score or more women may have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been burned to death in a fire whirl uriuchat wbkJ1at whirlat
at midday destroyed the Ells EI s braid braiding buiIJing building ¬
ing at Second and Chancellor Chancellorstreets Cbance Chanceilorstreets or orstreets
streets where w ere there were five man manufacturing manufacturin manufacturing ¬
ufacturing ufacturin plants I located and 2nd when
500 girls rls worked workedEight workedEight workedEight
Eight were killed by juaapint juaapintfrom jo pin pinfrom in infrom
from windows of the second and andthird anjthird ankithird
third floors to the street streetThere streetThere streetThere
There was only one fire fireand fireand escape escapeand
and the flames spread with great greatrapidity eat eatrapidity t trapidity
rapidity Twenty girls ir1s were trapped trappedon
on the second floor and after the thewalls theWltUS thewalls
walls had fallen in fire Chief Bax Baxter Baxter Baxter ¬
ter with tears streaming strea dowry hi hiface hb hbface hisface
face said saidThere saidThere saidThere
There must be more than forty fortydead fort forteadn fortydea
dead eadn dea
eadnORIGIN
ORIGIN IS UNKNOWN UNKNOWNThe U UNKNOWThe KNO KNOTJte
The origin of tie fire Is wdaewc wdaewcThose lwtkncwnThose wn wnThose
Those of the girls rI who escaped escapedexcepting pedexcepting escapedexcepting
excepting a few fe wJse leaped intoblankets into intoblankets Dtoblankets
blankets from the windows Sed Seddown 1Ieddown ed eddown
down a fireescape ia the rear of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the building When WA this heeaaie heeaaieThe m1t boenmeb
1t b L d dry Are afl Yin w gOD gODY gone goneThtrwa4a
The Thtrwa4a altef Y tfc tfcthe J L ltP tkei tkeiad aM aMM1fW
ad M1fW std srdwaaeig 1et des O OUte o othe
the fireman and the 1b fire could no nobe BOibe noobe
be fought with a BY y success The Theflames TheDames Thegames
flames spread spr an hour after the thefire th thefire f ffire
fire started to the Closure Fruit FruitJar rrn FruiJar i iJar
Jar Company the Retail RetaIlStlppfy Dro Dr ggis ggisS is isSupply
S Supply ppijr Company Comp 1I7 sad the Iing Iingof La bvftdin bvftdinof lding ldingof
of Fagan C5o Coy shirt waist Manu Manufacturers JllDUfactllrers menufacturers ¬
facturers The fireoea ware nn nnaWe unable nnable
able to do muck to get the fire fireunder fir firuDder firsunder
under control controlSoeaes coatrolSceRe5 controlScenes
Scenes HeartRending HeartReadingThe
The Tie scenes around the deathtrap deathtrapwhile eenthtrajwhile eet traJ traJwhDe >
while the girl omptojag were e roasting roastingto rM lng lngtv
to death t wove ww hoiinrtu The holocaust holocaustIB
IB the worst Philadelphia Pill JIM ever everknown ev everknows r rknoWB
known knownThe knoWBTke knowsThe
The Are started sCri on the test floor r and andexplosion andIs andis
Is hollered te Iaa have e 1 staIed te41 by an anexpleetea anexplosion
explosion of gasofeno It IteaJHHl leaped ay the thestairway th thstairway thfstaJrway <
stairway The girls th hoes oa of whom whomwere wJaonwere whomwere
were caught ran to the front window windowof wIRdowel windowof
of the building instead of making for forthe lqrt fnrthe
the fire escape hi th tile rear rearMen reAlMeR rearMen
Men who w were nearby nt wING the names namesbegan Aam namesbegan s sMgaJI
began to drive th the girls to Jospin jtnpingafter Jospinafter jm piBi piBiafter
after assisting a Ia the work of rescue rescuefor resnJefor rescuefor
for half aa hour tn scores 8C caMS be became be became became ¬
came sick or foisted The pavements pavementsla
la front of the building were spatteredwith spattered spatteredwith tItteredwith
with blood and It was some tine be before be before before ¬
fore all the injured could be removed removedwhile rvedwhile removedwhile
while the agonised g RIHd screams rem the thedoomed tJIedOOmed thedoomed
doomed women cut off from ail IIJ1epe hope of ofescape ofetCe ofescape
escape was heartrending heartrendingTaken MrtrendtDgTaken heartrendingTaken
Taken te Hospital HospitalThe H HospitalThe spitaL spitaLThe
The Injured girls as fast as they theyjumped tbeyjumped theyjumped
jumped to the street were loaded in inwagons inwagons Inwagons
wagons and trucks and taken to theHahnemaan the theHahnemasa th6HahnElnltma
Hahnemasa Jeffersoa Je torson Ad Peaasylva Peaasylvania PeaD5Ylvanla Pennsylvania
nia hospitals These institutions sent sentout sentout sentOut
out emergency caBs for physiciansThe physicians physiciansThe phrslciensTbe
The rear walls aDd the roof roo of the thebuilding thehulJdlrg thebuilding
building crashed down with terrific terrificforce terrlftcforce terrificforce
force at 123 cutting C1tttl J off the escape e of ofany ofan ofany
any an girls who might peeeibiy y have been beenalive beenalive beenalive
alive and in the rear cad of the build building buUdIDS buildl buildof ¬
IDS l
ingOf
Of the dead two Morris Fassin Fassintwentysix Intwentysix Paseintwentysix
twentysix years od old of South So th Seven Seventeenth SeWeJ1teonth Seventeonth ¬
teonth street and Clara Sobwarta S kSouth it itSouth ofSonit
South Third street have so far been beenidentified beenidenUfted beenidentified
identified identifiedFAIRBANKS idenUftedFAIRBANKS identifiedFAIRBANKS
FAIRBANKS COUSIN COUSINWILL COUSINWILL COUSINWILL
WILL BE MARRIED MARRIEDMiss
Miss Tingle to Become Bride of ofJapan ofJapan ofJapan
Japan Paper Company CompanyOfficial CompanyOfficial CompanyOfficial
Official OfficialA
A marriage license was Issued to today todav today ¬
day te Miss tJss Elsie Tingle and Thomas ThomasM TIIomastIe
M tIe Fairbanks a cousin eo of formerVice former formerVice er erVice
Vice President Fairbanks Te T wed wedding weddinE wedding ¬
ding which wl ck will be private will take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place place at the h home mc of the bride hlhlei 11 11Spring 1109 1109Spring 9 9Spring
Spring street tomorrow afternoon afternoonfollowing atterh6onfollowing afternoonfollowing
following which the young couple couplewill couplewill couplewilt
will leave for New York After Altertrip Aftertrip a atrip
trip to South America and Europe Europethey Earo Earothey Europethey
they will return in March to make maketheir maketheir maketheir
their future uture borne in MontdsJr MOIItel Jr N J JMr F FMr
Mr Fairbanks Falrb > ks is vice president pr fdeat of ofthe ortbe o othe
the Japan Paper Company Jl7 of New NewTone NewYork eW eWYork
York and is the member DleIR e1 f of > f several severalclubs severalclubs everalclubs
clubs In that city Miss Tingi Tin is the thedaughter th thdauEbter thedaughter
daughter of Armory Armor ° r K Tingle Tinglewidely 4Jtnglewld x xwidely
widely wld > lv known member of the Dis District ff fftrJct fs1atrict + ¬
atrict trict bar and one on 0 the counsel of ofthe ofthe
I the Sugar trust trustii
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