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1 THE WASHINGTON TIMES MOMAT lI 1D Y MAY 23 1910
WAR AR UPON SALOONS SALOONSSLOGAN SALOONSSLOGAN
SLOGAN OF WORKERS WORKERSWorldwide WORKERSWorldwide
Worldwide Campaign Map Mapped Mapped Mapped ¬
ped Out by Delegates at atL
I L Todays Session SessionContinued SessionContinuod SessionContinued
Continued from First Page Pageelude Pageclude Pagedude
elude a department department of training tralnln fwSun
day dfY school teachers teachersm teachersOther toocnersOther teachersOther m
Other Reports Made MadeE
E H Nichols made the report for the theadvanced th thadanceddlvieton thadvanced
advanced adanceddlvieton division conference compris comprising comprising comprising ¬
ing intermediate and senior departments departmentsof
of the Sunday school schoolThe schoolThe school4The
The problem problemof of this department de declared declared dedared ¬
clared Mr fr Nichols Is how ho to keep keepour keepour keepour
our boys and girls out of the theaters theatersand thentprand theatrand
and to interest them in church WorkIn workIn work workIn
In order to interest them said he hewe hewe I Iwe
we must give them something to dp dpVe < lp lpVe
We Ve must take the old men out of the theushers thoushers theushers
ushers Jobs and give this work to the the7oun theounS theyoung
young ounS ones onesOther onesOther onesOther
Other chairmen making reports were ivereas wereas wereas
as follows ollowsV w C Pearce for the adujts adujtsdivision ndttsdivisIon adujtzdivision
division conference J Snreve shrove Durham Durhamfor Durhamfor Durhamfor
for the home visitation conference and andProf nndProf andProf
Prof S S Goodrich for or the temperance temperanceconference temperanceco temperancecoference
conference conferenceThe co coferenceThe ference ferenceTho
The announcement that the Rev Dr DrJ DrJ
J 1 Wilbur Chapman and Charles Charleslesander M MAlexander hiAlexander
Alexander are to speak at Convention ConventionUall ConventionHall ConventionHall
Hall tonight promises to bring out the thelargest thelargest theiargest
largest crowd yet assembled there The Theevangelists TheevangelIsts Theevangelists
evangelists have returned returnedtrom from a 60000 60000mile GOOOOmile 60000mile
mile tour of the world They accepted acceptedthe
the Invitation to address a dress the convention conventiontoday conventiontpday conventiontpday
tpday todayEIGHT tpdayEIGHT tpdayEIGHT
EIGHT CONFERENCES
OF SUNDAY SCHOOL SCHOOLWORKERS SCHOOLWORKERS
WORKERS ARE HELD HELDEight HELDEight HELDEight
I
Eight great conferences of Sunday Sundaycchool I IlichoOl
cchool workers were held simultaneous simultaneously ¬
ly today in four of the largest churches churchesiIrthe churchesfttbe
iIrthe city cIt in order that teachers Leach rs pupils pupilsministers pupilsministers
ministers and laymen might enter into intoa
a discussion or Sunday Sunda school work in inevery inevery inevery
every phase phaseAt phaseAt
At Mt Vernon Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch
Church the large auditorium was wa filled filledto filledtl
to overflowing with men and women womenmeeting womeninterested
interested in adult Bible class work The Themeeting Themeeting
meeting there wa W88 presided over by W WC WC Wc
C Pearce and among the speakers were wereClarence wereClarence
Clarence L De Pew or Illinois Herbert L LHill LBill
Hill of New etV York Berger Ber er B Stem of ofKansas otXansas ofXansas
Xansas E W Halponny of Ontario OntarioD
D H Marbury of Alabama MISS MfeeElizabeth lUSfJElizabeth MISSElizabeth
Elizabeth Kilpatrick of Mississippi and andairs andIrs anddrs
airs George Geor e Geyer of Ohio OhioAnother OhioAnother OhioAnother
Another Meeting MeetingIn
In 11 Ix a smarter room of the same build buildIn butkl2nll buildleg
leg In were ere gathered g hundreds of dele delegate delegate deegate ¬
gate for a conference OB the best bestmethods Bestmethods
methods of reaching adults and children childrenin chll ren renin
in tho home Th The motto of this confer conference conference conference ¬
ence We cannot save ve the people un unless Uft1ese ¬
less we teach t them Ut au and we w cannot cannotteach caanotteach
teach them th unloos wo reach them was wasthe wuWe
the theme of 0 several tenminute talks talksby talksb
by b prominent detogatM WillIam Ham Hamilton Hammoo Hamliton ¬
moo of Canada presided and Presi President Pre8tdent President ¬
dent F B Meyer yer was the tint speak speaker ¬
er on the program programOthers programOthers
Others taking tah1n < part were J Shreve SnreveDurham ShreveDurham ShreveDurham
Durham Hugh Cork assistant as taat general generalsecretary generalFe generalsscretary
secretary Fe < retary of the International Sunday SundaySchool SundaySchool SundarSchoo1
School Association Fred A A Wells the theitev theRe theRev
Rev Re WllIlam wuii wuiiand T QLpers apers or Kentucky Kentuckyand
and others othersAt otherllAt
At McKendree M B Church less than thana
a block away a 11 the enthusiastic gathering gatheringfound gatheringfound gatheringfound
found at Mt Vernon Church was wasduplicated wasduplicated wasduplicated
duplicated In the smaller hall at Mc McKendree McI
I Kendree Church where Dr Curtis E E3Iogg Ellogg EMogg
3Iogg presided pre kJeci over o er the home depart department department departmeet ¬
ment conference all standing room was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken by 9 oclock and many were turn turned turned turned ¬
ed away who could not be accommo accommodated aCCOMmodated ¬
dated
The Speakers SpeakersDr
Dr W A Duncan Thomas Grassfull GrassfullMrs GraHtul1Mrs GrasafullMrs
Mrs J R Simmons of New York R PW RW
W Williamson Wn lamson of British Columbia ColumbiaMrs ColumbiaIrs Columbiadrs
Mrs Irs Flora B B Stubbins of Maine and andothers andIOth andothers
others IOth rs gave brief talks on how to or orfanize 0r 0rganize organlze
fanize a home department and on what whatsuccessful whatIucceeeful whatnucceesful
successful evangelistic methods have havebeen havebeen haveheen
been used to promoted the study of the theiSunday theiSunda thesunday
sunday School lesson in the home homeIn homeIn homeIn
In the main part of the church Mrs MrsJMary lIrsIary MrsIary
JMary Iary Foster Bryner led a conference conferenceon
on elementary teaching of the Sunday Sundayschool SundayIchool Sundayschool
school lesson I on This conference was waslargely waslargely wasIargeiy
largely attended by women and only onlywomen onl onlwomen onlywomen
women speakers contributed to the theprogram theProgram theptogram
program which dealt altogether with withthe withthe withthe
the best methods ot otteachlng teaching children childrenln
ln n the primary departments of Sunday Sundayaohools Sunday1Schools Sundayschools
schools
Too Much Vacillating VacillatingDeclaring VacillatingDeclarlng VacillatingDeclaring
Declaring that that there Is a tendency tendencyamong tendencymong tendencypsnong
among Sunday sunda school teachers teach < rs of the thepresent thepresent theresent
present resent to vacillate between systems s 5tems of ofInstruction otnstructlon ofintructlon
Instruction In advanced classes class l Prof ProfMartin ProtpIartln ProfMarUn
Martin G Brumbaugh superintendent superintendentof supcrlnt ndent ndentof ndentof
of public schools in Philadelphia today todayDelivered todayJlered todaydelivered
Delivered Jlered an interesting address at the theteachers theiteachers thefeathers
teachers training conference at First FirstpPresbyterian FirstPresb FirstEresbyterian
pPresbyterian Presb erJan Church on John Marshall Marshallplace Marshallplace Marshallplace
place between B Band and C streets north northwest northI northwest
I westProf west westProf es t tProf
Prof Brumbaugh criticised the habit habitjpf habitf habitpf
jpf f most teachers te chcrs to attend too many manylocal man manocal many3ocal
local ocal conventions and advocated a aCloser ao5er acloser
Closer o5er application to standard courses coursesmapped coursesmapped coursesnapped
mapped out for the year by accepted acceptedauthorities occeptedt acceptediuthorltics
authorities t He cemented favorably on onthe onthe n nthe
the work of the voluntary army of ofSunday ofa5unday ofeflday
Sunday eflday school workers and urged the theadoption thendoptlon thelidopUon
adoption by all teachers of some plan by byJwhlch byIWhlch bywliich
Jwhlch the Instructor and pupil can be beboth bebrought bebrought
brought into closer personalrelatlonshlp personalrelatlonshlpoth
both oth in and out of the classes classesDr classesDr ciaseesDr
Dr Henry F Cope of Illinois secre secretary secretalj secretary ¬
tary of the Religious Educational So Soclety Soclety Soctcty
clety and the Rew H M Hamill of ofTennessee orlennes ofTennesnee
Tennessee lennes e spoke on The Sunday SundaySchool SundaySchool SundaySchool
School and Trained Leadership and andHistory andHistory andHistary
History of Our Teacher TrainlngMove TrainlngMoveiment
ment respectively respectivelyBetterment respectlvelvt
t
Betterment of Method MethodAt Meth Methoa3t s st
At t the same church in the Sunday Sundayfecnool Sundayool Sundaypd1iooI
fecnool ool room there were twenty twenty4Ive ve two tworalnute twoimlnute twominute
minute speeches regarding r rdlng betterment bettermentpf
pf methods in the intermediate and andSenior andenior apdgenlor L
Senior departments departmentsTemperance departmentsTemperance departmentsTemperance
Temperance and missionary rnfS lonary confer conferences confericnces conferences ¬
ences wore held in different rooms at atWesley atWestey atWesley
Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church ChurchFifth ChurchFlfth ChurchFifth
Fifth and F streets northwest t In the theabsence thenbencc th thabsence
absence of Mrs Irs Zillah Foster Stevens Stevenssuperintendent StevensJmperlntcndent Stevensuperintcndent
superintendent of the International Sun Sunxiay Sundhy Sunihy
xiay School Association temperance de department departm department ¬
partment partm nt literature on the work was wasdistributed WItSdlstrl svamdistrlbited
distributed dlstrl Jted through the audience audienceImportant audIenceImportIIlt audienceImportint
Important among the addresses was wasthat wasthat wa wathat
that of Justice MacLaren of Ontario Ontariowho Ontariowho Ontariowho
who spoke on Pledges and Pledge PledgejSlgning PledfelgnIng PledgEignfng
jSlgning Justice MacLaren gave inter interesting intersUng Interestlng ¬
sUng details of the he good which has hasbeen hasbeen hambeen
been accomplished by this system s stem and andjpf andiOt andcf
jpf iOt the hundreds of men and women who whojhave whcave
jhave ave been brought back to manhood and andwomanhood andWomanhOOd andwomanhood
womanhood after having once beer ad addicted addIeted addicted ¬
dicted to the drink habit Others who whoIspoke wholpoke whcspoke
spoke and the subjects subJcctsfollow subJcctsfollowDr follow followDr followDr
Dr Jesse B Dodds of Illinois Tem Temperance Temperance Ten Tenperance ¬
perance Teaching In the Junior Depart Department Dep DepartEugene rt rtrDfnt ¬
ment mentJnj rDfntEUJeno
Eugene C Foster Michigan Teach TeachI Ieachng
Jnj ng I Temperance to Boys BoysBishop Bo BoysBishop s sBishop
Bishop J C Hartzell Intemperance IntemperanceHA
HA A Hindrance to Missionary Progress ProgressThe ProgressThe ProgressThe
The advanced division conference was wasleld was11eld wameld
leld eld under the leadership of E H Nich Nichols Nichols Ich Ichols ¬
ols A general discussion dl uHlon was held helddelegates helddelegates helddelegates
delegates from Canada and the United UnitedStates UnitedSlates UnitedStates
States taking part W C Johnston of ofColorado ofColorado 01 01Colorado
Colorado gave a general summing up
before the meeting adjourned d to t Con ConVcntlon ConcntIon Conventlon
Vcntlon Halt HaltResentment HaILResentment HalLResentment
Resentment Expressed ExpressedThe
The pulpits pulpitsot at Washington churches churcheswere thurchesere 3
were ere turned over last night to prominent prominentclerpyroen Dromlnent1TJmen t
clergymen < delegates dele Ates to t the convention conventionof cone tlon tlonor 1
of Sunday school workers In many man of oftnesn oftbem o othem r
them two speakers had bean assigned assignedThe asslJP1edThe
The most sensational session was as that thatI tha thaS I
S
I
I L NOTED SPEAKERS SPEAKERSTONIGHT TONIGHT I
L
DR J WILBUR CHAPMAN CHARLES M ALEXANDER ALEXANDEREvangelists ALEXANDEREvangelists ALEXANDEREvangelists
Evangelists Who Have Just Completed 6boooMile World Tour and Who WhoWill WhoWill WhoWill
Will Address Sunday School hool Convention Tonight
at Stifle Baptist Church when a group groupiof groupf oup oupot
iof ot o f delegates from England scored the thenarrowminded thonarrowminded thenarrowminded
narrowminded whlt whites s of Washington Washingtonfor
for f or treating them in a manner that was wasInsulting wasinsulting 3 3ll1sultlng
Insulting uniformly rude and un unChristlan unChristian unhristian
Christian C like likeThe likeThe likeThe
The primary cause of resentment was wasthe WShe as asthe
the t he exclusion of the colored delegates delegatesfrom delegntesfrom delegatesrom
from f rom the parade and others complained complainedof complafnof
of o f refusals to admit them to white cafes cafesand caesand cafesnd
and a oa nd hotels Such ueb treatment thoy said saidhad Mldhad midad
had h ad never been accorded them in Eng Bugand ¬
land l or even In New York YorkAll YorkAll YorkAll
All of the speakers with two excep ¬
tions l were white delegated delegatedA
A Zulu delegate dele tp the Rev Re John D
Dube said he had broken bread b d with
his h is British friends In London and New Nework
York Y ork restaurants but that he had met metwith met1th metwith
with 1th repeated refusals to be served in
Washln Washington on He said he and his fellow fo1l followelegates < v
delegates d had been humiliated by their theirreatment
t treatment here hereThe hpraThe hereThe
The day du will never come said A L L
Richards of Nottingham England Englandwhen Englandwhen
when h6D I will fall to recognize any man manwho manwho manwho
who has ha accepted Christ be hd the themost themost themost
most humble and abject as my equal equaland equaland equalnd
and a nd my m brother
brotherMonks
Monks Plea PleaPaul Plealaul PleaPaul
Paul Monk of London made ma e a brief briefplea brieplea brieflea
plea p lea for recognition of the negro and anddeptored 100dep40red andeplored
deptored d their absence from the parade paradeThe parade paradeThe i
The negro pastors of Washington is issued lfIsued Isued ¬
s sued an open letter to the convention of officers ¬
ficers fl csrs expressing oxprf li1ng their chagrin c at the thetreatment thetreatmont thereatmont
treatment t accorded them by the local localcommittee localommittee i icommittee
committee committeeIn c ommitteeIn
In other pulpits of the city last night nightprominent nlJhtprominent nightprominent
prominent clergymen and missionaries missionariespleaded mlsslonarIospleaded missionariespleaded
pleaded the thevartou various causes li they thcyrapresent represent represented ¬
ed 5 4 At McKendree Methodist Church
Bishop W M Bell and the Rev Re Alfonso
Herrera of Mexico exJco were the speakers
The new Ingram Memorial Church was
thrown open to Dr Mary Keating of
China and Hamilton Conant of Massa Massachusetts Massachuset1 Mamachusetts ¬
chusetts chusettsThe chuset1The chusettsThe
The Rev Re W v T Jones of Japan and
E E H Nichols of Chicago addressed a aarge
large l arge crowd at Grace Methodist Mediodist Church Churchat
at Ninth and S streets streetsA 8tr ts tsA
A presentation pr6fent tlon of a Mexican flag to be beadded beadded
added to the conventions collection of ofbanners otbanners ofbanners
banners will be a feature at the session sessiontonight ses sessiononight Ion I
tonight t at Convention Hall Bishop
Hartell of Africa will speak on the theMoslem tfiel10slem theMoslem
Moslem peril in Africa AfricaThe AtricaThe AfricaThe
The convention will be brought to a aclose aclose aclose
close tomorrow with the election of cf cfflcers cfficers cfIners
flcers l and the selection of a place to tohold tohold tohold
hold the next meeting meetingAPPEALS meetingAPPEALS meetIngAPPEALS
APPEALS FOR AID AIDMAtf AIDMAJtFOR AIDMA1FOR
MAtf MAJtFOR FOR MISSION MISSIONWORK MISSIONWORK MISSIONWORK
WORK IN ALGERIA ALGERIAUrgent
Urgent pleas for aid In pushing mis missionary mlssIonary misslonary ¬
sionary work in Algeria 1 eria Were presented presentedat
at an open meeting meeUn of the Womans Al Alcerian Alscrlan Algerman
german Mission Band at the Arlington ArlingtonHotel ArHnl1onHolel ArlingtonHotel
Hotel today todayAddresses todaYAddreses todayAddresses
Addresses by the Her He Dr S S D Zwe Zwemer Zwemer Zwemer
mer of Arabia Bishop J C Hartzell of ofAfrica otAfrica ofAfrica
Africa the Rev Re Jean Paul Cook Co k of Al Algiers AIIden Alglers ¬
giers and by Mrs J P McNaughton McNaughtonof VcNau hton I Iof
of Smyrna made up the program Mes Messages Messages ¬
sages ges from the honorary president Mrs MrsE 1trsE MrsE
E E K Warren and from Miss I L Lllfas LllfasTrotter LlUasTrotter LiliasTrotter
Trotter of Algeria were read readWhy readWh3 readWhy
Why Arabia was the subject of Dr DrZwemers DrZwemers j
Zwemers talk talkArabia talkArabia talkArabia
Arabia he said Is the strategic strategicpoint strate strategicpoint c cpoInt
point for all Sudan There are many manyreasons man manreasons manyreasous
reasons reasons why wh Arabia should have a place plactrin pace pacein
in your prayers today todayFirst toda todaFlrst todayFIrst
First the country geographically is a astrategic astrategic astrategic
strategic point stretching as it does like likea
a great bridge between Africa and Asia AsiaIt AsILIt AsiaIt
It is the cross roads of the commerce commerceof
of all western Asia AsiaDr AsSaDr AIaDr
Dr Zwemer also referred to the po political potitical ¬
litical Importance of Arabia and declared declaredit
it was the future fulcrum to Eastern Easternpolitics Eastenpolltlcs Easternpolitics
politics The literature of Arabia he hedeclared hedeclared I Ideclared
declared was so extensive that it would wouldtake wouldtake wouldtake
take a man between ten te and twenty twentyyears twenhyears twentyyears
years to master the elements of ItThe ItThe It ILThe
The race is growing and it will hold holda I II
a place in the nations or the earth until untilthe unUlthe untilthe I
the end of time Dr DrZwemer Zwemer predicted predictedIt
It is not deteriorating physically ph 5Icalb or ormentally Ormentiny oimentally
mentally But the greatest strategic strategicpoint strate strategicpoint c cpoint
point of all lies In the fact that Arabia Araolais
is the scat 5 t of Mohamedanlsro MohamedanlsroBishop ltohamedanlWDBishop MohamedanimmBishop
Bishop Hartzel made a plea for the thework thework thework
work In North Africa and recounted the thehistory thehlstoo thehistory
history history of missionary efforts there since sincetheir sincetheIr sincetheir
their inception InceptionAJgorlan InceptionAgeriafl 4 4Algerian
Algerian Work was the subject x or oran ol olan > f fan
an address by the Rev Jean Paul Cook Cooka
a French missionary stationed at Al Algiers AIgI Algiers ¬
giers giersI gI prs prsr
I have been surprised at the big way wayyou wayou waydo
you ou do things In your country countr he said saidin saIdn
in n referring to his visit to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates L
States I mean me n not only outward big bigness bigness bigness ¬
ness but the strong religious feeling feelingmanifested feelingmanifested feelingmanifested
manifested by the American people peopleMohammedan peopllIohammedan peopleMohammedan
Mohammedan Women and Children Childrenwere Childrenwere Childrenwere
were described by Mrs J P McNaugh McNaughton
ton of Smyrna SmTnalhat SmyrnaVThat
lhat Congress Did DidIN
IN THE SENATE SENATESenator SE SENATESenator ATE ATESenator
Senator Gallinger introduced a a conrur conrurrent conrurrent
1 1rent rent resolution for a ship hlp canal rom romthe romthe I Ithe
the Anacostla river to the Chesapeake ChesapeakeConsideration ChesapeakeConslderatton ChesapeakeConsideration
Consideration of the naval bill was re resumed re resumed resumed ¬
sumed by my the Senate SenateSenator SenateSenator SenateSenator
Senator Lorimer returns and confers conferswith conferswith I Iwith
with friends as to making a statement statementon statementthe
on the floor in defense of himself himselfIN hlnse1tHe hipiseifIN
IN 2HE tHE HE HOUSE HOUSEThe HOUSEThe HOUSEThe
The House met at noon noonThe noonThe noonThe
The District bills on the calendar were wereforced wereforced werforced
forced to give way Wa to further consid consideration consldoration considoration ¬
oration of the sundry civil bill bOlDebate bDlDebate billDebate
Debate on the item in that bill authoriz authorizing authorling autborlzing ¬
ing the creation of a a tariff commis commission commlsslon commnission ¬
sion was begun begunRepresentative begunRepresentahc begunRepresentative
Representative Currier chairman of the theRepublican theRepublican thERepublican
Republican caucus Issued a call for a acaucus acaucus L Lcaucus
caucus Wednesday Wednes y night to discuss the thepostal th thpostal the thepostal
postal savings bank bankbiu bill
VEGETARIAN AT 76 76WORKS
WORKS ORKStVERY IVERY DAY DAYSays
Says He Has Not Eaten EatenTen EatenTen EatenTen
Ten Pounds of Meat in inWhole inWhole
Whole Lifetime LifetimeKANSAS LifetimeKA8AS LifetimeKANSAS
KANSAS CITY CITt CIT May Iy 28 sr I havQ bai not noteaten noteaten noteaten
eaten ten pounds < > f meat m t in all my life lifeI Uter
I soon will be wventystx eatyax years old oldand oldand
and I can do as heavy work aa any man manhalf manha1 t
half my m age I i believe the average averageAmerican aV8rageAmerlean averagsAmerican
American working man would live long longer longer ¬
er and be happier bappiercertalaJy certainly he would wouldbe wouldbe wolldbe
be healthier healthierIt If h be would ould eat less meat meatA meattO meattOA meatA
A grizzly bearded mangave the fore foregoing toregoing ¬
going advice He is a wagonmaker wagonmakerand
and his fellowworkmen say y W F E Prid Pridgen Prhigen Pridrca
gen can df d as much work as a any of ofthem otthem
them t in spite of his gray ra hair and andbrow andbrow andbrow
brow wrinkled with age And PrWgen PrWgensays
says its all because he hasnt eaten eatenmeat eatenm eatenmeat L
meat meatMr m meatMr t tMr
Mr Pridpen te employed at the Paul Paulham PauIham Paulham
ham Wagon Wag n Works WorksI
I have been Ieen a vegetarian all my life lifehe Ufo Ufohe lifehe
he said It has been no hobby or fad fadMeat fadIeat fadMeat
Meat in any form never has appealed to tome tome tcme
me so I simply wouldnt eat It It I was I
born on n farm in Illinois We used to I
have meat mp t on the table three times a a L Lday
day but I would never nev touch it It even evenwhen eve I Iwhen
when a child childThanksgiving childThanksgflng childThanksghring
Thanksgiving I would eat all th thtrlmmlns the thtrimming
trimming and let the other felk get getrid gelrid
rid of the turkey They Th said I was wasqueer wasqueer wa 1 1queer
queer Perhaps I was B but I have b ve out ¬
lived lI all my brothers brothersWhen brothersWhen th
When ha T I served e through u h the civil wamwith war warwith
with 1th the Nlnctyflrst Illinois Ifunoi I would I
trade by bacon for sugar or coffee or o
hard tack Once or twice I had ha to eat eatmeat eatmeat ealmeat
meat because I had nothing else but I I
know kno I have not eaten more than ten terpounds
pounds of meat of any kind in my en ¬
tire life lifeThe liteThe lifeThe
The last time I touched it was twen ¬
ty years ago on my m fiftysixth birth ¬
day anniversary Some friends persuad persuaded ¬
ed me to eat a dish dl h of breakfast bacon
It looked look d crisp and smelled nice but
I didnt like it It Your sizzling steaks 1
have no charm for me
What do dOI 1 eat eat Any An vegetable
there are plenty of them more appetiz ¬
ing than meat And biscuits The num ¬
ber of biscuits I have eaten In my life hf
would be almost almo as remarkable as the th
small amount of meat My y advice to t
working men m n would ould be Eat less meat
If you cant do without it altogether
cut down on the amount You will live htv 3
longer and be happier happierAdvent happierCRACKOF to toCRACK
CRACK CRACKOF OF DOOM DOOMNO DOOMNO
NO TRENCHDIGGER TRENCHDIGGERAdvent i iAdvent
Advent of Asphaltbreaker AsphaltbreakerMay
May Mark Passing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Pick PickTheres PickTheres PickTheres
Theres a noise on Tenth street be between be between between ¬
tween New York avenue and K streets streetswhich streetswhich
which hlch sounds like the crack o doom doomIn doomIn j
In reality it is the crack of an old oldasphalt oldasphaJt oh I Iasphalt
asphalt pavement that is being broken brokenThe brokenThe brokenThe
The machine that Is doing dol it a mechan ¬
ical substitute for the timehonored pick pickmight pickmight pIckmight
might br b used for a guillotine one on onminute
minute and as a trench digger dlgIertor for vic vicxau vic2ini Sc Sc1aU
+ 2ini xau oqi oq Sinn i
Run by b a fourcylinder gasolene en engine engine engino ¬
gine and equipped with two 500pound iOpoun I
hammers and two powerful blades that t
fall with a force of 2000 pounds this thismachine thIsmachine S Smachine
machine cracks the pavement from fromsurface tramsurface ri risurface
surface to foundation Huge levers are areused nrCused ar a aused
used to lift the loosened material from tt
the street streetAll streetAll streetAll
All this is being done for the purpose purposeof e eof
of laying I ng a new pavement In the block bloc
between New ew York avenue and andstreet K Kstreet
street The paving now inuse In use is a asurface nsurface 1 I Isurface
surface of asphalt over macadam ma adam and an I
tar and it Is the Intention to lay 1a a new ne V j
foundation of concrete The work is be ¬
ing done by the Cranford Contracting
Company Com pan panhen
When hen used for cutting trenches inan in Ina an anasphalt a aasplqlt
asphalt pavement with a concrete e
foundation the machine makes a clean cleancut cleancut ri ricut
cut through the surface and cracks the th a
concrete all the way 8 through without t
injuring the pavement at the sides It 1 t
is an easy matter then to lift out the thepavement th thpavement
pavement between the cuts with levers
The blades may be set for any size S
trench up to five feet in width widthFOREIGN widthFOREIGN widthFOREIGN
FOREIGN TONGUE TONGUEREVEALS TQNGUEREVEALS TONGUEREVEALS
REVEALS MURDER MURDERWTLKESBARRE MURDERWILKESBARREPa I IiVILKESBARREPa
WTLKESBARRE Pa May 23 23Manu 23Manucuo 13Manueuo Manu Manucuo
cuo Collegroaged Collegr 1 aged thirty years ealS of this thiscity thiScity thi S Scity
city yas as arrested arrested here on a warrant warrantissued worrantIssued worranissued
issued at the instance of the police p p lice of ofRochester otRochester o oRochester
Rochester N Y charging him withhalng witJ with withhaving h hhaving
having murder murderd Guzllo Selterio S 1terlo a atail ataUQr atallog
tail taUQr v In n that c cat ctty ty on the night of o f
August 14 1907 His arrest followed a aHO acon aconversation
con conversation ersatlon In Italian overheard b I
Patrolman Pesavento HO a member of the thejlocal th e
local department departmentAfter departmentAfter departmentAfter
After being Identified by Detective El ¬
liott of Rochester Collegro brok < > down downand downand n nand
and confessed He said however that thatthe th tha t tthe 1 1the
the crime was commltteed in selfde r ¬
fense
f
t I
t t
STORM OF PROTEST PROTESTFROM PROTESTFROMCATHOLICS
FROM FROMCATHOLICS FROMCATHOLICSStatements CATHOLICS CATHOLICSStatements
Statements Made at Sunday SundaySchool SundaySchool SundaySchool
School Convention Conv ntion Excite ExeiteComment ExciteComment ExciteComment
Comment CommentThe
The address made by Robert Rob rt Speer be before betore before ¬
fore the world Sunday Sunda school conven convention convention ¬
tion lot t Convention Hall on Saturday Saturdaymorning Saturdaymorning
morning in which he scored the Catho Catholic Catholic ¬
lic Church of South America declaring
that the denomination in that country countrywas countrywas countrywas
was not even a Christian organiza organization organization ¬
tion has brought down a storm of pro protest protest protest
test from various sources sourcesJoseph sourCe3Joseph
Joseph Barton Kerby Kerb author of An Anj AnAmerican
j American Consul In Amaaonla and andother andother
other works on LatinAmerican
coon countries coontries
I tries described the utterance today t as aaumJae
I umJae e and wholly holl unnecessary and anddeclared
I declared its effect will be to neutralize neutralizethe neutralbethe C
I the era of good feeling exemplified at
ths tt new PanAmerkjan Peace building
less than a month ago agoIt aboIt
It has beenmy been my my privilege to be Inside Insidetry
the elegant cathedrals to be found In
every large or small city or this coun
try t Mr Kerby said as well as in the
bamboo and thatch chapels of the mis misother
sionaries on toD to ot the Andes I have
also been a visitor to Notre Dame and
other monuments of Catholic mission ¬
aries and I am sure th the altars and the thehold
services wore the same
exactly IUS those C
hold in the Grand Cathedral CathedralCredit CathedralCredit CathedraiCredit
Credit Given Jesuits JesuitsSpeaking J JesuitSpeaking esui b bSpfakIng
Speaking as a man reared a a Protes ¬
tant I assert assert asaertIn in common fairness tafm that thatwhatever thatwhatever
whatever is best in South American Americancivilization AmericancivfJizatton
civilization c is 11 Ipdue due to the efforts of the t
Jesuit J esuit missionaries who for hundreds of ofyears ofyears
years y yf ears have lived among the Indians Indiansaithfully
ya faithfully taltbulJ f yh pursuing their work alone aloneand aloneand
and a nd not obtaining support from their
home h ome churches churchesThe churchesThe
The statement that the Catholic C
church in South America is not the C
game s as that of the United States Mr lr
Korby declares is absurd on th th face C
of o f it It
Every itEvery child he said knows that
the Catholic religion is the same ant the C
world over But it will surprise the
young Y Ya Latins who ate disposed to meet
Yb all a ll missionaries
more than half h way ay to totnoritaUve
be b e told that the rel rotlgon on at their tathe16 I
and mothers W8 not
even a Cbrlstlan L
bellel The fact that it was expressed I
by 1 a delegate Mr r Spear acids an au
tnoritaUve thoritfLtI characttr chara < tr to o itl It it
Francis de SalesRyan Sales Ryan an In a corn cornDemonstration
munlCYtJOn to The Times takes the
up
d iscussion S8Ion of Mr Speers charges In
de
taU t ail
taUDemonstration
Demonstration of Affection AffectionHis AffectionHis
His letter follows followsTo rollowsTo
To the Editor of The Wajhtagftw ThaN Tlmeaday
It wou would appear from Saturday even
Ings l ags edition of The Times that Mr
Robert E Speer In addr addressing mng the Sun
day da school
convention after assuring aa urtng his C
audience that we come here with noth ¬
ing i ng but love hi our hearts for other or ¬
ganizations proceeded to give a demon demonrepeating
5tratfon a ot his atrecUOnte sentiments by b
repeating several serious charges against fL1ag t
the Catholic church in South America Americaanyone
charges which Mr Ir Spoor more than I
anyone else should know to be untrue
In the February 5th issue l ue of the th Liter ¬
ary Digest there
appeared several verv vervagainst vez r
damaging statements from ltr Spout t
against the morality of the Catholic
clergy in South America AnMr1ca1 the statements statementsto
being lal largely > eJ suPportea supportel by references
to an alleged encyclical of Pope Leo
addressed to the clergy ot Chile The Th i
charges were so serious and received 1
such wide publication that a prominent prominentmember I
member of the bar in Baltimore ad ¬
I
dressed a communication > n to the Digest t
asking that Mr 11 Speer furnish definite definitereferences e I
references to the authorities upon which I
he based his charges Under date of a I
April prtl 14 the Literary Digest replied
over the signature of Mr Ir William S
Woods editor editorDoubt odItorDoubt editorDoubt
Doubt As to Document DocumentThe DocumentThe
The reply repl is partly as s follows followse followsWe I IWe
We e have received a letter from I
Robert H E Speer giving his authority
for his statements about the clergy r rof
of South America In his reply n nPope he he8S he C Csays
says 8S that the alleged encyclical of ot r
Pope Lee to the clergy of Chile was I
issued in 1897 and extracts from it I t
havebeen have been en printed in reliable books
I have employed a man to look lookthrough
through throu b the files of the Civllta Ca
tollcar tol1 tohica a for the year the th thaalleged < alleged en encyclical encycUctH encyclical ¬
cyclical was wa supposed to have ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared and nd for the years ears before and andafter andafter an I Iafter
after that date without finding the C
document so that its authenticity authenticityseems e eseems
seems to be in considerable con lderable doubt doubttOOn
On April 18 the Digest was as called calledupon canedupon I Iupon
upon to have Mr Speer peer prove the ex ¬
istence of the alleged encyclical by byreferences b breferences hIreferences
references to his reliable books or orto orto 0 r rto
to frankly admit the error of his hisstatements hisstatements hiistatements
statements No response being re recelVed recehed receLd
celVed Mr Ir Speer was again chal ¬
lenged on April 30 his legal chal challenger challen chatlenger ¬
lenger len er demanding that he do the themanly themanly C Cmanly
manly thing and the fair thing by byproducing byproducing bI bIproducing
producing either the alleges 311eg rt encycli encyclical nccll nccllcalor ncyclIcal ¬
cal calor or the reputable proois proo s from fromwhich fromwhich 1 1which
which the scurrllious matter was ob ¬
tained
Branded As False FalseMr FalseMr
Mr Speer has not done the manly manlythin manhthing e ething
thin thing and the fair thing but has hasremained hasremained ha C Cremained
remained silent The leading Catho Cathollc Cathohic j
lie newspapers and magazines have havepublicly havopublicly 3 3publicly
publicly branded Mr Speers refer references references references ¬
ences to theimaginary encyclical as asmalicious asmaUclous at 3 3malicious
malicious falsehoodsbut falsehoods but all l attempts attemptsto C Cto
to smoke the gentleman out have haveproven haeproven S Sproven
proven useless uselessThe uselessThe uselessThe
The conclusion is obvious Mr MrSpeer lIrSpeer MrSpeer
Speer has no proofs to submit His Hisencyclical HisencycUcal S Sencyclical
encyclical of Pope Leo is purely a amyth amYth I Imyth
myth ttie t reliable books to whichbe which whichhe 2 2be
be refers are the works of his Im Imagination ImaglnaUon imaginatlon ¬
agination and nd have no existence In Inreality inrfaUty im imreality
reality and nd his charges against the theSouth theSouth S SSouth
South American clergy if they had hadnot hadnot I Inot
not already a1read been proven malicious maliciousfables maliciousabIes S Stables
fables by so high an authority as the theHonorable theHonorable the S SHonorable
Honorable John Barrett would be bediscredited bediscrcdl be bediscredited
discredited discrcdl ed by b the unreliable author authority authorIty authority ¬
ity back of them themIs themIs themIs I
Is It honest in Mr Speer a promi prominent prominent prominent ¬ I
nent member of one of the mission missionary missionary missionary ¬
ary boards to repeat thes th those 5 slanders slanderswhen slanderswhen landcr S Swhen
when he must be convinced of their theirfalsity theirfalsity r rfalsity
falsity Has he never heard of the theDivine theDivine tb tbDivine I
Divine command commandThou Thou shalt not notbear notbear no nobear
bear false witness against thy neigh neighbor nelghbor neighbor ¬
bor borFRANCIS
FRANCIS DE SALES RYAN RYAN73NstreetW
73 73NstreetW 73NstreetWRAT 3 N street W WRAT r rRAT
RAT BREAKS FORCE PORCEOF FORCEOF FORCEOF
OF BASEBALL BLOW BLOWCHESTER BLOWcmsrER 1 1cmsrEn
CHESTER Pa May la 23 3Iiss Miss Jennie JennieKestner JennieKestner C CKesther
Kestner of lpland was watching the thebaseball thebasehnU th
baseball game ame between the members the of ofthe otthe c e
cI
the Marcus Hook and the local team teamwhen teamwhen traitwhen I
when a foul tip came along alon struck her heron heron he heon
on tot > of the th head h und knocked her hersprawling he hesprawling
sprawling flat on her back backSpectators backSpeetators backSpectators
Spectators thought the young woman womanhad womanhad womahad I
had been seriously seriot1 ly and perhaps fatally iatall iatallInlured
inlured and the mishap stayed the game gameuntil gameuntil garnuntil
until it was found that the girl was only onlystunned onlyst ont ontstunned
stunned st < A Ahuge huge rat had broken the theture theforce th
force ot the blow fUld tnd prevented a frac fra t tture
ture of the skull skullFAMOUS skullFAMOUS t i iFAMOUS
FAMOUS HORSE BURIED BURIEDPOUGHKEEPSIE BURIEDPOUGHKEEPSIE BURIEDPOUGHKEEPSIE
POUGHKEEPSIE N Y May Ma 23 23Flowers 23Flowers 23Flowers
Flowers from om the Roosevelts Vander Vanderbllts VanderhUts Vander1lts
hUts 1lts and many man other persons equally equallywell equallyVoell equaliwell
well known today literally cover the thegrave th thgrave I Igrave
grave of Punch thought to be the theoldest theoldest th tholdest
oldest horse In the world at the age of c
fortyfive Punch petted by b mllllon mllllonbestpolo millIonaIres C Caires
aIres and father ot I long line of the th
bestpolo best polo ponies poni s New York and this thiscountry thiscountrY thi thicounry
country countrY has ever seen died yesterday ye erday
just five days after atterhis his fortyfifth birth L Ls1 ¬
day s1
1
ICITIIENS CITIZENS TO MEET MEETAND MEETAND
AND GONSm CONSIDER R GAS GASR GASRecently
Recently R cently Organized Federa Federation Federation Federation ¬
tion of Associations Called Calledto
to Assemble Saturday Saturdayr Sat rday rdayContInued
r Continued Contlnuedfrom from First Page Pagenight PagenIgbt
night n ight in the rooms of the Chamber of ofCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce C ommerce Representatives not only of ofall ofaU
all a ll citizens associations a but of all or organizations organizations ¬
ganizations g anizations eligible to membership memb rshlp in inthe inthe
the federation have been invited to be bepresent bepresent
present presentIn p resent resentIn
In addition to considering and acting actingupon actIogupon actingpon
upon u pon the gas legislation now pending in inCongress inCongr65fi
Congress C ongress the federation will also con consider conElder ¬
Elder s the Wiley Wile bill for universal trans transfers transters ¬
fers era
Delegates Request Meeting MeetingThe MeetingThe
The call for the special meeting was wasissued nasued
issued i sued ued by the president of the federation federationWilliam tederationWilliam
William hicK Clayton upon the request requestof requeSt requeStot
of o f five delegates These e include J 1 G GMcGrath GMcGrath
McGrath president of the Park View ViewCitizens YlewCltlz
Citizens Cltlz C na Association James W Dyre Dyrepresident DJTepre
president pre p es1dent ident of the Takoma Park Associa Association As ocla ocladon ¬
don d on Charles R Burr president of the theAnacostla theAnacostia
Anacostla A Association William N Crom Cromwell Cromwell ¬
well w ell president pre 1ent of the Petworth Associa Association ABtOClat1on ¬
ion t and Glenn Brown of the Washing Wuhington Washington ¬
ton t on Society of Fine Arts ArtsThe ArtsThe
The call issued was as the following followingA
A request having be ben i made by y five fivedelegates
delegates d di repreaentlPS five associations aRlOclationeIn
In i n the 10 Federation of Citizens Associa Associations AStiocatlons ¬
tions d ons for a special meeting to consider considerand eonslderand
and a nd take action upon the BorlandGary BorlandGarybill
bill b ill for Scent gas the Coudrey resolu resolution reeolution resoluion ¬
ta tion t to prevent further capitalization capitalizationand
and a nd the Wiley WIle bill for universal trans transfers transter manscrc ¬
fers ter crc in the District Dl trict of Columbia in ac accordance ace acordance ¬
cordance e c dance with the constitution con t1tutlon and by bylaws byl ¬
laws l ass s a a meeting of the Federation is iscalled Iscalled isalied
called c for Saturdy evening May 2S 2SIll S11M
Ill 11M at S p m in the rooms of the theChamber theChamber
Chamber of Commerce CommerceWM COfIUI1rceWM
WM hicK CLAYTON CLAYT President PresidentEUGENE PresidentEJUGE PresidentEUGENE
EUGENE EJUGE E THOMPSON Secretary SecretaryIts
Its First Work WorkThe WorkThe
The consideration of the gas 5 measures measurespending measurespending
pending In Congress Con ess will u constitute the thefirst theftrst thefirst
first work ork the federation has under undertaken undertaken ¬
taken t since it was organized organizedFollowing organizedFollowing organizedFollowing
Following the adoption of its consti constitution constituUon constiution ¬
tution t and bylaws at a series of meet meetings meetings ¬
ings l ags held last month thus completing completingits
its I ts organization the federation ad adjourned adjoUrned ¬
journed l onrned until fail without giving its itsattention ItsatteDtlon itsattention
attention to any an matters of public in interest Interest InSSt ¬
terest t SSt Underwits UfldSt ts constitution however howevera
a special meeting may ma be called at any anytime an antime
time t upon the request of five delegates delegatesPresident delegatesPreRdent delegatesPresident
President Clayton today said that titatwh tuLtwMn
wh when n the House District Committee ap approved approved ¬
proved the BortandCary bill for 80eent 80eentgas roeeltgaB SOcesitgas
gas and the Coudrey resolution re pro prohibiting lOkabU1n ¬
hibiting kabU1n the gas companes from in increasing InCleastog ¬
creasing their capitalization without withoutj withoututhorltr
authority of Congr Congresee members ot ilI ilIfederation the thefederation
j federation at once on began to communi communiI communicate
I cate with him in regard re to bringing brlngin out outof outthe outthe
the concentrated opInion of the clt1 citrzeas 1e1 1e1ot
of the District concerning the proposed proposedgas pro progu
gas legislation legislationThe lest laUen laUenThe
The number of requests ts for a special specialmeeting spoeIalmeeting
meeting of the federation increased un until until ¬
til President Clayton < 1tOft found that be had hadtwice hadt1
twice < e the number necessary eHrY under Jn e the theconstitution ibeconstitution
Co constitution tut1oD tut1oDCoven
Covers Entire City CityTo CityTo
To the formal call Issued today for forthe forthe
the meeting the names attached were wereselected wereselected wereselected
selected from the number num er of requests requestsreceived requestsreceived
received in such manner as to put putassociations putsCiation8 putassociations
associations representing the princi principal prinelPILI principal ¬
pal sections of the city on record ro ord as asdesiring a8desiring
desiring the special meeting meetingOne meetingOne
One of the provisions of the consti constitution constitution ¬
tution of the federation is that no nomatter nomatter
matter may be presented by b a dele delegate delegate ¬
gate which has not been authorized authorizedby
by the association he represents representsIt
It is considered likely lIkel that J 1 G GMcGrath GMcGrath GMcGrath
McGrath president of the Park View Viewassociation Viewassociation Viewassociation
association will present the gas ques question question ¬
tion for discussion at Saturdays meet meeting meetIni meeting ¬
ing although several associations are aredesirous arede aredesirous
desirous de trou8 ot o instructing Instru tlng their respec respective respective respective ¬
tive delegates to initiate the matter matterThe matterThe matterThe
The BorlandCary bill and the Coud Coudrey Coudrey ¬
rey resolution are now being con considered considered considered ¬
sidered by b the Park View association associationIt
It is understood a meeting of the theexecutive theexecuthe
executive committee of that associa association aSBoctlion assoctation ¬
tion will be held this week when whenPresident whenPresident uhenPresident
President McGrath will be instructed instructedto
to bring brln the pending legislation be before beo before ¬
fore o the federation for a decision that thatwill thatwill thatwifl
will reflect the representative opinion opinionconcerning opinionconcernine opinionconcerning
concerning it held by the citizens as associations assedations associations ¬
sociations of the District DistrictBight DistrictRight DistrictRight
Right to Vote VoteThe VoteThe VoteThe
The delegates of the various associa associations associatlon associatione ¬
tions > having membership in the federa federation federation fedoration ¬
tion will be the only persona in attend attendance atteDdance attendance ¬
ance at the meeting privileged to vote voteAll voteAll ote oteAll
All organizations eligible to member membership membership ¬
ship in the federation however will willbe wUlbe willbe I
be entitled to send representatives who whowill ho C
will 111 be permitted unlimited participa participation particlpatlon ¬
tion in the debate debateThat debteThat
That the call for a special meeting meetingto
to consider the pending gas measures measureswill meaeurewUl
will meet with Uh general favor among the thecitizens thecltbensas5OClatlons thecitizens
citizens cltbensas5OClatlons associations is believed to be beassured beassured
assured assuredAlready assuredAI assuredAlready
Already AI read several associations aseociatfonshave have In Investigated incstigated inveatigated ¬
vestigated the gas problem and in inmany Inmany Inmany
many instances have sent representa representatives repr656ntatives ¬
tives to the House District Committee Committeewhile CommitteewhUe Committeewhile r
while the gas hearings were in progress progressIt
It is believed that Saturdays meeting meetingwill meeUn meeUnwin meetingwill
will be the means Of showing Congress Congressexactly Congressexactly Congressexactly
exactly how the people of the District Districtfeel Distrktfeel Districtfeel
feel regarding the gas situation and to towhat tohat towhat
what hat extent they the look to Congress for forrelief forreUe forrelief
relief reliefSo reUeSo reliefSo
So far conservatism has marked the theorganization theorganization theorganization
organization and progress of the Fed Federation F Feratlon Federatlon ¬
eratlon of Citizens Associations Assoc1ation9omuch so somuch
much so that in some quarters the thefear thetear thefear
fear has been expressed it would be be too tooconservative tooconservaUv tooconservative
conservative a body to accomplish accomplishanything accomplishanything accomplishanything
anything worth while whileTo whileTo whileTo
To Show Effectiveness EffectivenessNow
Now however that It has decided to totake totake
take up the gas fight the claim Is made madethat madethat madethat
that It will demonstrate how effective effectivean
an organization or anlzatlon it may ma be in expressing expressinga
a concentrated opinion on matters at afA atA atA
A clear brain and andSteady andStead andSteady
Steady Stead dependable nerves nervesCan nervesCan nervesCan
Can win wealth and fame fameFor fameFor fameFor
For their owner ownerClearheadedness owner ownerClearheadedness owneiClearheadedness
Clearheadedness and a aStrong aStrong aStrong
Strong healthy body bodyDepend bodyDepend
Depend largely on the theRight theRight theRight
Right elements in inRegular inRegular inRegular
Regular food and drink drinkCoffee drinkCoffee drinkCoffee
Coffee contains caffeine caffeineA caffeineA
A poisonous poi onous drug drugPostum drugPostum drugPostum
Postum is rich in the theGluten theGluteh theGluteh
Gluteh and phosphates phosphatesthat
that thatFurnish thatFurnish thatFurnish
Furnish the vital energy
That puts ginger ging r and andhustle andhustle andhustle
hustle hustleInto hustleInto hustleInto
Into body and brain brainTheres brainTheres brainTheres
Theres a Reason
PARDONED P BY PRESIDENT PRESIDENTSPITZER PRESIDE PRESIDENTSPITZER T TSPITZER
SPITZER BARES FRAUDS FRAUDSSensational FRAUDSSensational FRAUDSSensational
Sensational Expose Djrectly Implicates Sugar Trusts TrustsHigh TrustsQffiai TrustsHigh
High Officials Qffiai QfflialsSays lls Says ys Accused Checkers Ch ck rs Received Recejvedlis ReceivedSalaties
< f fv
v > lis Salaries a I anes Regularly Regularlyk R egu 1 ar 1 y k
4
CCoRtfJOMtf dMIe frees First Page Pagetime Pageme
tia time ti me on onUted used t te meet me once a week weekand weekaoo weeknd
and a nd give me a package packageWhat pack packageWhat a aWMt
What did that package contain eowtataasked or orasktd
asked a jfStimson jfStimsonThere tImson
Tb There re was money in it tL Gerbradtt Gerbradttwages
told to ld me to take out my Wa wages a and the thewa
wages wa w ages of all of the discharged d ed checkers
which w hich I did This continued right rt bt up n
to February Fehrnar MW when I was s 1UJ seat aw away y
to the Atlanta prison prisonUpset onUpset
Upset By Evidence EvidenceThats EvidenceThats EvidenceThats
Thats all snapped Stbasoa at this thisPOInt
point D oint and the counsel for the defend defendants deCendants defendnts ¬
ants a nts who were plainly greatly JtetI upset by It bye
the th e developments of o the the day asked that thatthe thatthe
the t he croeeexacnination cros txwttnati of the witness Vo be bepostponed bepOstponed bestponed
postponed pe stponed indefinitely Escorted by y Chief
Flynn F nn of the
Ff Secret Service who re ro rorused ¬
fused f used to let anyone speak to him Soitz Soitzer
er e r left the court room
It wag reported that the Government t
is prepared to prove that Sfritaer and andone
the th tho e checkers
who are
serving a term or
one o ne year on Blackwejfs Island I JaAd K
Kebee e
Boyle B oyle Coyle and Hennes Henn Hennesoey r h nave ve been
carried c on O the th payroll of 0 the tb sugar cora
pany p any ever since they were convicted
and a nd their wages wag paid to their wives
The pardon is dated May 18 1 and is
elate
full ful f ull and an unconditional unconl 11 1 1
Ha swore swor that as a far back as MD5 J he
b a
used uH u sed devices devke by b means m of which sugar SU
o wbk
was w as
underwelrhcd
wS uD elh Originally Or h he
swore S the checkers used bags of lead
cee u bp le
to t o keep the t weight of sugar e down
wet O
When W hen M
the scales sle wee were ordered boarded
up u p he furnished furse the checkers oee with two
sets s ets of steel springs ce by which w they t
could cl c manipulate mlple se Ip the t scale I b beams beamsContradicts b baamaContradicts wh t
Contradicts Contradcts Former Forer Sttry SttryAt StK St ty tyAt
At the trial U last J December Deb Spttaer Spttaerswore Spftserwore
swore swoe s that tt he knew kw nothing Btg about t the theseventeen t theseventeen
UEeente seventeen hM holes in t the th standards of ofthe ofe
the th e scales a through thr which w the t prince spa1nsere princewere
were wee w ere manipulated mnile Today To he h swore e eIUvey pea JMSItiveiy peaively
Itiveiy IUvey it ively that tt be not J only knew k aboutthen about aboutthem
them tem but bt that ta he b had personally I e r 1 bored boredthe boredhe
the te t he notes h in each e eC i the he seventeen seventeenscales sevenaenies
scales se s ies on o the te dock d which wb h hOf e had charge chargeDId
Of of 0 i iDid aDI
Did DI you ou arrange arRse a sys4 sys4lights eysen o of MguaZ MguaZghts
II lights son sonTea lghts li s lis on to the seals s house b asked e Slim Stimson S Slimon
Tea TeaSpitzer Ye YesSpltzer
Spitzer Spter explained that t there te had al always 1 1ays ¬
a
epae
ways vy w ays been D electric lights U IB J the scale scaleouses
e t
hR houses houe h ouses but b that t a a a few Ie yean before boa boaRlr boleroichard
Btebard Rlr R ichard Parr Pa made MO his l raM r 3 he Installed Installedred I imtaUeded
red r ed lights Ugbt These Th were wed for fo the thefeeling te tefetg theecting
feeling fetg f the t public welfare were e 8 1 the t etttzeas etttzeasof
pl e
of o f the t District DistrictThe D DistrictThe
The Te members membr of the federation look lookfor lookor
for f or the te inauguration inugrton of o a hard b apt ftgtatby aptby fighty
by b y that tt body bT to secure Jure the t passage of ofthe ofte ofthe
the te BorlandGary BrldCa bill bl and ad pse the Cou Coudrey C Cdray Cciirey ¬
dray d rey resolution reluto They T welcome wel it it not notonly notnly
only o nly for to what wl its it results rEul1 may Jy Dl bringo bring
to t o the te people pple of the District D but t twel as aswell aswell
well wel for the results rlu it may J1hTe have in indemonstrating indemoMttng Inemonstrating
demonstrating demoMttng d the te usefulness utul e of the theFederation t theFederationthus e eFederatontu
Federation Federatontu Federationthus thus making mki for the th fu future Znure 1 ¬
i organization organizationIn orgaizton o ture t ure development deveopent and ad strength atreg of that thati tt ttorgaizton thatrganization
In the call cU Issued IHu for foe the t meeting mUag it itis I
is I s announced anu that tht the te subject ub t of universal u uni uiiersa l lversl ¬
versal Saturday versl Surday v S ersa transfers tnsters nights nigts will wl meeting metng be b considered ca e at atSaturday at atSurday ataturday
President Clayton CIyol said ad today to that thatthe t thatthe
the gas gR question quton will 11 be taken ten up upject uprst
firt fi rst ad and i if ay anT Ume Is left left te the sb sbjet cabect
ject jet j ect of universal unier transfers tasCe will wl be beconsidered beonsidered
considered cnsidere c Otherwise OtrH this ths subject subjectwill Mbjt subjectwill
will 1 be brought brobt up at a a meeting metg to be beheld beell
held b ell later
laterClyons Claytons View ViewIn ViewIn ViewIn
Clyons
I Ibvlg
In speaking 8poakg of the Ue desirability t of ofhaving ofaving
having bvlg h the Ue federation e take t m ap the thegas t theas
g g gas as fight tght President Pret Clayton CI2ytO said that thathe tt ttbe thate
he h e believed lced the U matter mter to he b the t most mostimportant mostmportant
important Imprtt i one OR JW now before btoe the t public publicand publicnd
and a nd that tbt concentrated coqntte action at should shouldbe ed ed1e VI4 VI4e
be 1e b e taken tke to t hack 1ck up the t fight which whichhas wlh wlhbs whichhas
Times TimesThe Times TimesThe has bs been bee waged age hy 1 The Th Washington WashingtonTimes WUbrOB WUbrOBTimes WashragtonTimes
The e gas ga situation sltatO in Congress Coge at atpresent atprent atresent
present prent p is I more mre favorable favole to the th pee people peepie ¬
pie pl of the t District Dstrct than t it has h even evenbeen evenbn evenbeen
bn been said ai President Peent Clayton CyO and andthis andthis nd ndls
this ls fact must mu be attributed attbute to The TheTimee TheTime TheTimes
Times Time It I is i 1 now time tm for the th people peopleto pple ppleto
to t o act I look for to a a hard fight in the thethe theSenate
r 1t te teSte
Ste Senate but it a my ble belief th that with withthe withhe
the t he people pple of the District D te standing standingtogether sdn sdntogethEr standingogether
together togethEr t as a never before btOe they t T will winaompl willaccomplish willaccomplish
accomplish aompl wonderful w nertul results rult and andbring andrine amidbring
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associate atat judge of o the Court of of Claims ClaimsWashington ClaimsWashington
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his hi candidacy cndiacy for fa Republican Republcn nomina nomination Dmina Dmination ¬
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for f or the Third Congressional Cont onl district ditct of ofWest orvrest otWest
West Virginia Ylr lnla now represented reprent4 by byJoseph byJoseph bYoseph
Joseph J Holt Hol Gaines GIDM whose whO name nae has hasbeen ha hasbeen
been mentioned mentone as possible plble successor successorto succesr succesrto
to t o Joph Joseph Cannon Canon as A Speaker Spekr Gaines Galnesalliance Gans GansaUlane Gainesalliance
alliance aUlane with wih Cannon Cnon his hi position piton on onmany onmny orany
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