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Officers in Dispute With WithTelegraphers WithTelegraphers WithTelegraphers
TelegraphersASSENT Telegraphers TelegraphersASSENT TelegraphersASEI
W QfSeial iik l of f Company Declares DeclaresNo
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No Concessions GoocesS GR Will WillBe Pfll PfllBe iii iiiBe
Be Madetile Made MdeThe MadeTJie
The Southern Hallway JilaUwaya Company nasteade hag haglhiaele
teade a e apotteaiion ai illcsdou to the Interstate Oom Ostmieroe Oomt 0
t ieroe ero er Conunlooton CDI and ttte United Unitediates U Unitediates ltecl ltecltee
iates tee Corn Commissioner COIRRds jeslouer l D R 81 of Labor Labc r for torlatioA ms msJUatioa meptadoa
JUatioa in the dffOcultfes between that thatCompany tinttompsny UIaty
Company y and ad the Order of Railway RailwayFor KaJlwayet Railway1e18
1e18 et itec itecFor
For the past several week J Jttr ottdate ottdateft
ft the railway company and H G GAlexander Goflexa GAlexaader
Alexander flexa der president pre ldellt of the telegraph tetegraphfrs
frs pm n union have been In consultation in inn 1 1n InRn
Rn n endeavor eaTOr to adjust th tIN ws scale soatef
> f telegraphers tde for the ensuing year Yea Yeao yearline
No o definite tc agreement could be reach reachEd ree reein reached
Ed in consultation Itadon aDd nd it was decided decidedtte decidedto
to teq request the anstanoe aace or the later InterState latertte
State tte Commerce Commission as provwl1 provwl1passed pmevY pmevYpd M4tri M4triJd
Jd under the Enlmau act ot Congress Congresspassed s sa
passed a at the last session sessionThe H88IonThe sessionThe
The president pre8lcle t of the Order of Raiway Rail Railway Railway ¬
way Telegraphers TeI pbens has been notified of ofthe etthe ofthe
the request reque t for official mediation IatIoR and andn
in n reply stated that the representatives repreeenta representativesof veIJ veIJIt
It of f his order would be pleased to con ¬
fer with Ith officials from th the commission
Tie T difficulty 111I cuIty sow existing on onpoutllern th thPouthern the thelouthern
Pouthern Railway is the result of a genprat gen genrral genrr1
rral movement throughout the country countryn
ton n the part oC the Telegraphers Tele < < raphers Union Unionto
to secure an increase iDcr in salary and andfchorter andshorter ad adfhorter
fchorter shorter working hours for the employes employepf employespf
D pf the telegraph department Several Severalt Sev
t Of f the Western roads have have effected a acompromise afltmpnmajae aempronhise
compromise with the telegraphers by
t Allowing a a slight 81i bt increase in a e In salary but butprominent butfl
fl f prominent official of the Southern de decTtred deiLed detsred
cTtred tc tclat tct Ian I tk1 Ms is road r3 ant would make maker
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Pattern Maker Undismayed UndismayedAt Undi mayed mayedAt
At Approaching Re Responsibilities Responsibilities Responsibilities ¬
sponsibilities sponsibilitiesMILWAUKEE sponsibilitiesMILWAUKEE sponsibilitiesMILWAUZ
MILWAUKEE E Apr April 7 1EmII 7EmilvSeldei Em Seldei vSeldeipattern Seldeipattern Seldeltatten
pattern maker and socialist mayorelect mayorelectof
of Milwaukee has unique vJ flue views that thatwm thatwiH
wW set the profession pottticiaas by bythe bttile bythe
the ears when he assumes control of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the affairs 1rs of Wteconsias WI coD8las metropolis metropolisXotwithstandlng metropolisNotwlthstan metropolisNotwltbstanding
Xotwithstandlng Notwlthstan < 1lltb that he Is today the the1dol theidol
Mol and hope of ail American soda sodattsts socIaOMs aoolalists
lists the little man is undismayed by bythe bythe bythe
the responsibility re which confronts co fronb5 him himHe himHe himHe
He believes he can so construct and andapply andapply andapply
apply his 1 s theories t 80rles as 8 to oampel the re reapeet reapeet reaped
apeet and admiration of the unbeMev unbeMevmg 1ID8eIievXenopoly unbelieving
mg mgMonopoly
Monopoly as It exists today te ay he heaald heHid hesaid
Hid is as crushing as the land feud feudalwra fetldor feudalbta
alwra of the Middle Ages oaly more moreso mGleso moreso
so soThe
The overlord of the Middle Ages Agesgave Agesgye Agesgave
gave his subjects a bit of land for fortheir tortheir fortheir
their ow own use 1I e The industrial overlord overlordof
of today does dee not allow his workmen workmento I
to own his own tools t eIs aad appropriates appropriatesthe
the proflt after paying him a wage for forhis forhis I
his labor So the situation has become becomeJust becemejust becomejust
Just this the owner does not use the thetoots t thetools e 1
tools and the user de den s not own thetools the thetools
tools Now ow we Soeialfetfi believe sc eve the thetool t heteal e etI I
tool and its profit must be returned returnedto I Ite
to the user The way we think is isdear isClear
clear dearMonopoly
Monopoly is here ere whether w et ar we like it itor itor Itor
or not We e cant divide the tool tee pleee piecewithout pleeewIthcHtt pleeewithout
without destroying de5 iab it Se we insist on onpublic ORpvbII oapublic
public monopoly of it instead of private privatemonopoly prIvatemonopGb privatemonopoly
monopoly monopolyIf
4It If the city takes the part tart of the mid middieman mkJlClBau middieruan
dieman ia slaughtering its k seat eat its itsNOftt big bigprofit bigprofit
profit will be dipped cII from the present presentprohibitive preaeetKO presentprohibitive
prohibitive KO lbitlve prices Its It B the same way waywith waywith waywith
with ice and apd ether necessities down to tothe tothe tothe
the cutting of burial prices when we die dteWe dieWe dl dlWe
We dont raise campaign money monoythrough 1II4 moneythrough MY MYthrough
through the corporations We take up upa upa upa
a collection after a mass meeting and andhere aDClltere andbore
here ia Milwaukee e we were the t e ebo4Iles onlybodies only onryjbodies
bodies of men who could go away from froma
a meeting even even if It were W n held In a asaloon asaIooTJ a asaioonn
saloon without taking a drink j
o Then there IB I not jtl1e tbe jobseeking jobseekingwith Jobseekingwit
with wit us During tae five years Ive been beenan betonaa beenas
an alderman not one comrade has asked askedate askede askedme
ate e for anything D In and they will not now nowWe aeWWe scutWe
We socialists are after something bet better botter better ¬
ter than laa jobs jeb8ADd jobsAnd j jAnd
And then there are the chlldrenthet childrentheftbrings children chlldrenthetDrings that thatbrings
brings me to the bfes biggest st thing in good goodgovernment goodgoenunent goodgovernment
government which is making good citi citizens citizens citizens ¬
zens of the theboys theboyssand boys sand and girls girlsAs girlsAs girlsAs
As It Is now In society a young man mandissolute mandIMOIute mandissolute
dissolute to a more or less decree mar marries marrle marries ¬
ries rle a carefully bred girL The Th children childrenare childrenI
are r e the sufferers physically phsfca1Jyand and mental mentally ¬
ly lyThe The reason Why what have we as ascities ascities
cities clt1 111 done for our children Parents Parentsare
are so stupid that in their desire to tonave tohave tohave
have their children good they give themnothing them themnothing themDOtbli
nothing they want But the devil deUknows deUknowsmore knows knowsmore knowsmore
more be gets them by giving them at attractions attraetJon attractions
tractions He has shown how how many he hecan hecan hecan
can lure with music and dancing and andmoyJDg andmoving j jmoving
moving pictures pit and we Socialists B be believe belleve behere
here the same attractions should be in inthe inUte n nthe
the schools sch oIs and other social centers centerswhere centerswhere enters enterswhere
where they can be enjoyed under the theright toeright theright
right influences 8 Besides we want parlors parlorswell parlorwell parlorswell
well conducted where the girl who lives livesin Ih Ihin linesIn
in a halt bed room or home where she shecant sheeant shecant
cant entertain can have the callers callerssite callensbe callersshe
site be otherwise meets on the street streetUp streetUp streetUp
Up to the age of fourteen here in inMilwaukee InMllwaakee inMtiwaukee
Milwaukee we spend about 522 per percapita pelcapita percapita
capita en our childrens schooling then thenMENS t thenMENS f1 f1lvlENS
The Mens Crabjjf Crab or the Warner WarnerMem WarnerMemorial Mem Memorial YemOIj ¬
orial OIj l Church of f Kensington has elect elected eJectd elected ¬
ed d several new committees > whose members mem members members ¬
bers begin service today They are areMembership areYeD areMembership
Membership YeD tera lp committee L W r Maroon MaxaonKobert MaX3OftRe MaroonRobert
Robert Re ert W Stevens evnns J W Buck Herbert HerbertWright HerbertWright HerbertWright
Wright and Caspar G Dlckson EntertaJntueet Enter Sntertolnment Ent EnttallHItMtt
tolnment committee James G Town Townsend TO Townsend JI JIend
send end W M > > Terrell Fred A Wright WrightLewis WriJbtLewis WrightLewis
Lewis Merriam en1am and George Burton BurtonBuck BurtonB BurtonBuck
B BuckAt Buck BuckAt
At a meeting of the club held in the theSunday theSvaday theSunda
Sunday Sunda school building last night Wil William WftIIaJII WilHam ¬
liam P F Norris orrls of the Department of ofJustice uCJu ofJustice
Justice Ju tlce delivered < < a lecture on the Orient OrientARREST OrleotARREST OrientARREST
CHICAGO in April 7 1Mlch Michael el Burk Burkfeartft BurkItnIt Burkhardt
feartft eufferiag eu > rerlag from rheumatism rheumatismcrawled rbeumaU rheumatismcrawled m merawJecl
crawled Into a garbage box put a aeyM bag bagover bagever
over his head tied two plugs of tobacco tobaccoaiMl tobaeeea tobaccoand
and a a package of snuff In his handkerchica handker handkerehttr bandkerehk
ehttr and dosed the ltd 1 His Hletl plan n was Rasto wasto waRto
to siJ Sl sts twentyfour hours oura to effect CtIectUn a artire acure
cure Un tut the police arrested arr sted him
Believes He Can Reconstruct 4ReconstructGovernment ReconstructGovernment ReconstructGovernment
Government of Wis Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin ¬
consin City
91 per cent gees Into the factories andb and andthe
11 per eeat goes to the high schooL For Fort Fortits
the t M > > per cent ce t we spend apaneapHa apend SO 0 more percapita per percapita
capita while the ether W per cent centhelps centheap centhelps
helps pay for it Yet the city doesnect does doesnothing doesetbiD
nothing nect etbiD for this 99 9 per cent and w wSocialists we weSocialists j
Socialists believe the M per cent are arenot arenot arenot
not lit to be citizens or bear the burden burdenWe burdf3pWe burdenWe
We intend to shorten orten the working workinghours wor1I wor1Ihours werklr3hours
hours of these children and pro p oiat oiatsome via viasome OI OIsome
some means for adding more eduction eductionto eduoathto edu ntlon ntlonto
to their toil days daysIf
If all that doesnt dee nt explain what we wemean weean wemean
mean ean by socialism why heres some something somehtg sornehlmg ¬
thing snort w ti concluded th the iHayor iHayoretect raayorelet o
elect Socialism is a s satisfaction t a c ctiork in inhork inork itto ittelect
hork ork that melts and Wends lends wbrn wons WbJ = n and andgoing andmen andmen
men together tbr for the good of alt ItS ItSgoing Itsgoing
going to make Milwaukee famous ou for forMhnotitinjr tormetlthlJ forsthnething
Mhnotitinjr metlthlJ better than It has been beenMr beBllXn beenMrs
Mr SeIdel does her own work but buthas butbas buthas
has time to help her husband with hie hiewriting hieTftJDg hiswriting
writing for magazines magazinesThere masazinesTKre magazinesThere
There is one o > > e child chIl Viola Vlol Violanot nottwelve twelve twelveplettJ a apretty o
pretty little girl who did not seem to tobother tobother t tbother
bother her father a bit by playing nols nolsilv noisfly nolsliy
fly with her Jt r kittens while he talked talkedMAY talkedMAC
NEW YORK April 7 iThat That State StateSuperintendent StateSuperiateDdeat StateSuperintendent
Superintendent of Insurance 1JN1 r8ACe Hotoh Hotohklss Hotokkia Botohktsg
klss Is laying the Jte ground work for a alegislative alegtIaUve alegislative
legislative investigation of the Legislature legis legislature Leg1sJature ¬
lature itself t 1t is becoming 1te mlDS more and andmore aR aRmore andmore
more evdont eV 8llt to those who have ave at attended attended attended
tended the sessions aes toas of the fire Insurance insur insurance Insurauce
ance lobby Inquiry InquiryTh ID4utryThe InquiryThe
Th The Investigation Ine Ugatlon has extended be beyond beyond bepond
yond the fire insurance in uraace lobby stage stageand stageaDd stageand
and Hotchklss H tehkl s seems endowed with an anendless aneJHllees anendless
endless amount of o Inside information informationThis InonBatlonTbls InformationThis
This Information close observers obsorvel be believe believe ¬
lieve l ve is being arranged In systematic systematicorder systemaUeorder systematicorder
order for the legislative investigation investigationthat
that is I b believed neved yed iramment irammentYesterdays ImmmentYesterdays imminentYesterdays
Yesterdays season showed that thtHotchkiss t11tHGtehki thatHotchklse
Hotchkiss does not n t intend to stick stickclose stickclose lUckelON
close to the lire nr companies bet I nt to tosearch toeareh tosearch
search out as far as Ms hl limited au authority authorlty authority ¬
thority will permit corruption cOrruUonm of ofmarchers f fmrobers
marchers m mbe8 of the State tate Legislature
r IJ
1 t v 1
W w4emI3 4m 4r t s ss eTa T V ta VO3i T r 5 a 1 i
Regular Republicans Would WouldHa WouldHaiye WouldHaye
Ha Haiye e President Denounce DenounceInsurgency DenoUt1ceInsurgency DenounceInsurgency
Insurgency InsurgencyBy j jBy
So much pressure pre sWe ha has been brought broughtto gkt gktto
to bear ear on the Pre President tle 4dont t to per aotauade aotauadeMm M Eeae Eeaehint Iiae Iiaeltim
Mm to visit Indianapolis on Ms iorth ferfheoming iorthaomiitgr teniaomlag
aomiitgr Western trh trip > that there lel is ischance a aance achance
chance ance of his reconsidering reoo WciBr big dotermt dotermtnatkm deterJBlDatJoA dstecmtnatioa
natkm to t cut Indiana oJ his au Itinerary ItineraryHe tttlten ry ryHe
He probably will m reach a doeMon ta th thmatter the thematter thematter
matter tomorrow tomorrowAt w wAt
At the White House today 7 It was ex explained explalned oxplalned ¬
plalned that ilr Ir Taft received pester yoatarday ye pesterday fer ferday
day afternoon and this morning many manytelegram manytelegram allY allYtelegram
telegram from indlanapaUs asking a1 g Mm Mmto himto rimto
to stop for a day te J that th city aad that thatone tllateRe thatone
one telegram from former for Vise Vf PrealS PrealSdent Presf Presfdoot President
dent Fairbanks asked hm hJ ft to make no noftnaj DeADaI nofinal
final decision in the scatter uuttt be It had hadreceived 1ta4received hadreceived
received additional meoooyos which whichwould wlllcAwould whichwould
would reach hint later J 8r today These Thesemessages TltHomessages Thesemessages
messages are from business 1Ht l e s men and aadoreanizatJons andorganization lid liderrantzations
organization of 9llJIdlaD89 ofWould ladUoapoits ladUoapoitsWould tts ttsWould
Would Denounce Insurgents InsurgentsOther Ins1I InsurgentsOther ents entsOther
Other persuasion ersuasfon has been everoiged everoigeden Men > > sed sedon
en Mr Taft by y the Republican organi organization organization organtzatlon ¬
zation which is frank ta its avowal of ofa ofa ofa
a strong desire to have him go to toIndiana toIRdt toIndiana
Indiana IRdt aa aDd there t f < e Mate ate e in unmistak unmistakable unmistakable tak takable ¬
able terM bl his < < 44aprmval 44apy uvsi of o the men menwho JIMI1who menwho
who by mecrgeB Jn tgcm 0 ireaten eeatlts glee h fate fatef fateer fateof
er f their party J ZQ at rte r ft p palls lc neat Jte < < t Nevember Jfovem Jfovember Nember
ber I IThe
The leaders 1ead o of Reoubtteaanpi Repab e in inWashington InWuiltugte InWashington
Washington are thoroughly tiIonMIg Iy alarmed re regarding hgardlng regarding ¬
garding the outcome in Indian aad aadmany aad11IanT andmany
many of o them like Uk Daizoil D bell of Penn Pennsylvania Penl1m1Jlk Penndeclare ¬
sylvania declare their t efr belief that the thee
State e has been handed ndetl over to the theDemocrats theDemocrats theD8I1tOCra18
Democrats by the action taken in the
l414 Ifxflkaa ta 8 convention against the tariff tarifftew tarifflaw t2rUrlaw
Objections Answered AnsweredTo
To the objection that a speech defend defending d defending fend fendthe ¬
ing the tariff would look Mk like aa II attack attackon attackon
on BeverJdge B er1dge and his followers and andwould aDdwould andwould
would carry the State into the Demo DemoFor DemoFor
For Rent
crstfc column the regulars reply that thatBdverltfge fJlatBerWs thatBeveridge
Bdverltfge by goios g ag aga at aiaet 4 et t th the Repub Republican Repu RepuIkaJl Re mb mbliens ¬
liens tariff J has ac already ready insured lasur d Demo Democratic DemocraUc Democratic ¬
cratic success SUCCe 8 in tl the e State and that the thebroad the8ro8d thebroad
broad principle of the tariff and Its Itsschedules Itsschedules
schedules should sot be allowed t te suffer sufferby suiterby mailerby
by the Presidents Pre kleltts failure te appear ia iaIndiana illIJMtiaBa inIndiana
Indiana in its behalf behalfThere behalThere behalfThere
There Is no doubt that the tariff will willbe wIDb willbe
be b the th great 1aN6 sue in the cowing e BItng Con Congressional Coagresslonal Congrea ¬
gressional grea lonal campaign and a d the Republican Republicanleaders Repubbcanlead Republicanea
leaders lead ea era point elnt to the absurdity of a party Prtyappearing putyaPlt partyappearing
aPlt appearing atIDgo la one OR or more MOI States Stat as cry crytog eryiDg crying
tog down the very law which In Incevntry the thecountry thecountry
country as a whale the Republican Republicanorators Repu1JHeant
orators ors t rs will m have have t t6 champion and extoL extoLTM8 ext extolThis L LTItI
This te the argument which Is B being beingput baingHIt beingput
put HIt up to Mr Taft by these who are areanxious annxJous areanxious
anxious for him to speak in Indian Indiasapoils IndIaaapolls Indianapolis ¬
apollsNASSAU apoilsNASSAU apolis
Princeton Student Found onAtlantic on onAtlantic onAtlantic
Atlantic Liner Ready Readyto
to Face Music MusicNEW M Music MusicNSW sic sicNBW
NEW NSW YORK April 7 Admitting that thathe thatbe thathe
he had M gained gatn 4 some considerable ex experience exJterlence experience ¬
perience and declining to intimatewhat intimate intimatetrhaUhe JnUmatewlla
what trhaUhe he boileves b tieves wilt be > O the outcome outcomeof outc me meof
of the t e impending Im ndlng char with Ith his father fatherthe fatherthe fatherF
the F e Watertown N Y banker Sewallcamp Sewall SewallF
F F Camp the Princeton student ent who whostowed whostowed whostowed
stowed away on the Kjonprtnzeesin SronprinzeeslnCecile KjonprtnzeesinCeolle Kronpt1nzees1nCeclIe
Ceolle arrived today on the theSt St Louis LouisHis LouIsHis LouisHis
His father telegraphed 1 egraphed him the money moneyo
to o return and when he left the steamer steamerhe ateamerhe
he went direct to Princeton where be bewilt bewill bewilt
wilt report to the officials of the col college col colle ¬
lege le e from which he took Frenoh lea leatwo leae leaetwo leaetwo
two weeks ago agoCamp agoCamp agoCamp
Camp declined to give any reasons for
his escapade but ut to friends on the ship
he explained that he had been suffer ¬
lag from overstudy and had magnified magnifiedlittle
ttttie matters into great annoyances He
declared decJar that he has fully recovered his
health and Ad Is ready to face the music
Alleged Slayer and RobberSays Robber RobberSays RobberSays
Says Accident Impaired ImpairedMentality impairedMentality impairedMentality
Mentality MentalitySPRI2 MentalitySPPINGFIBLD MentalitySPPU3GPIIiLD
SPRI2 SPPINGFIBLD 5FrBLJ > Mass April > T = The Thepolice Tnepolice TWpolke
police officials oC and the t e district attorney attoroeyare a M1My M1Myare
are today u d y subjecting g Bertram BerlraIawho K gpancer gpancerwho apeneerwho
who they declare ded re baa ma made e a full fullconfession fuIIcenfe fullconfession
cenfe confession ioa of the kfllin killing of ofifen MiflB Martha MarthaB 7iat a aB a aB
B Blackstene aad tie tte srio erivus s wound wounding wounding WOtIDdlog ¬
ing of Miss Mi Harriet D Dow w at th the Dow Dowhome Dowhome Dowhome
home last Thursday to a further fa faoxamlDatJoR cvom esowoxaminatioa cvomexamination
examination IB order to substantiate substantiatecertala anbMnntlatcertaia t tcerla1a
certaia points OIetB m his Ja afcnry B Ha If held heldwithout Jteldwithout heldwithout
without bail IM I OB a charge dIar1 o el corderand mvrder mvrderand de deaDd
and will be ndstedDistrict iadiotod iadiotodDistrict J d dDistrict
District Attorney Taft deetared today todaytnat todayt8at todaytbat
tnat he will pr pros M tn u tie trial of the tileder mur murder or order ¬
der charge at the n nest xt term t of court evertIt courtIt CMMJrtIt
It was stated today that relatives r8IB Ye of ofSpencer ofSpencer ofSpencer
Spencer are ratetng g money neyfaIMs for Ms de defense defenle dose ¬
fense se and tat he will l plead iIIte8Al iIIte8AlIt mnaatty
It win be alleged that he was badly 8edI y
hurt when a a child ua and Del that h be has Iu been beenmentally Menmentally beenmentally
mentally unsound ever steee MeeePolice steeePolice MIIeePollee
Police Captain Boyle admitted today todaythat to a athat
that the eonfese1 > n details amaerou amaerourobberies JUlmecero8b1 sumerosro
robberies ro8b1 ro Po eommittrxi amtttd by Spencer IB this thiscity
city covering a period > > eiod from frOI 1998 to the thepresent thepreeont thepresent
present timeDIXIE time timeDIXIE UmeDIXIE
Unless UnJe the th < men of the th South OSSSA aaethe asemethe OSSSAthe
the leaderznip of the industrial IIIdta tria prog progwfll P Prcss l rog rogrem
rem now going tort x in their Ciitioa Ciitioawill they theywilt
will be s submerged by its advance o ix ixthe S Sthe s sthe
the opinion of Greeveoor Gro veoor Dawes of ofArkangcs ofAr ofArkans
Arkangcs Ar Arkans who was wa the priadpei speak speaker Ie2ker ¬
er ata at a meeting lest ntabt of the
Arkansan Society of Waablaston W tOn H Hspoke He Hespoke He Hespoke
spoke upon the commercial strides of o
the South Oscar GIBcople Gllle ple of Fort
Worth told of the sreaf of industrial b111I trial and zadn andagricultural
n agricultural JOSo podbtlttJes DWti In t that at seoCan n
Towel Closets in Bathrooms BathroomsIN
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