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Showers S day S South Tonight Jf Winds or Sun Sunday un ¬ Qrhc IK a hinliton mc I LAST JLsriO f AST + EDITION JLL11 JLL11INTJMDBER FniT r a aNULBER I Iru
Hundred Million Advance AdvanceAccording Advancej
1 According to RePortofCommission Reportof ReportofCommission ReportofCommission
Commission CommissionOF CommissionOF CommissionOF
Has Bearing Bea ng on Organized Or aized Move Movement Aovemeat Movemeat ¬
meat of Railroads Raiko ds for forHigher focHi forHigher
Higher Hi her Rites RitesBy Rlte6By RatesBy
The set operator revenues 8l e the theraMways tINraJlways theraMways
raMways of the United Slates for f the tbefirst tMfirst the5rst
first eleven en months of the cal year yearended yeareIMIed yearended
ended June at dM 1i11 were more than t one onehundred 0IIfInuRCIre4 onehundred
hundred minion dollars sreatcr tins the thenet tbeDet thenet
net oRerattu onoraUmr OI E revenues for the correspondtnft corre correspondtnx corNe
spondtnx eleven e en months mout of e the tlwtftseal tlwtftsealyear fiscal 1lseIh fiscalyear
h year ended June JUDeTIte 3 70 UM UMThe Ms MsThe
The May av bulletin on operating 8 reve revenues ftIWnues iavenues ¬
nues and expenses e of ofaU all tbe steam roadsin roads roadsIn roa4In
In the country was issued bb by the Inter Interstate latelstate Interstate ¬
state Commerce C Comnuason today This Thismakes ThtsmRkes Thismakes
makes it possible to show what the therailroads therailroads therailroads
railroads have done durfit du durhtg all au but one onemonth 0Itemonth onef
month of the year just dosed Operating Oper Operating peratm ¬
ating revanuas re for the eleven months monthswere moatJawete monthswere
were SS3i3tic S58A071S 5 idle 71Swere Operating expenses expenseswere expenseswere
were 1 ilfiFe < M l4l118 118 leavteK a Balance of of59aMC5K ofSfiMJIIi ofRtltCf
59aMC5K RtltCf with ttk which to pay taxes dHi dHideods 411vfdeeds dtvidends
deeds and mt interact r rMt st on funded debt debtAt debt debtAt debtAt
At the close of the first e denll eievc evm i months monthsof monthsof monthsof
of the Racal year ended June M TM TMtbe 111I 111Ithe Uhlthe
the railroads ral1 s had net operating ooeratbMtor revenues revenuesof revenuaaaa
of FldlF7l314 S3 tlS9S4 with which to may y taxes taxesdHldeads tax taxdivi taxesdtvk
divi dHldeads ea a and interest III on funded debtThe debt debtmonths 4IebtThe
The exact t increase for tile list eleven eIevea1DODths elevenmonths
months of the fiscal yekr vear y ended June JuneSO
SO 2 3SM 1t1t 1 over the first eleven months JBOnth8o JBOnth8othe of ofthe ofthe
the year yea c ended June e M IMs 1tIa 1tIa3S1 te 9UOJW 9UOJWSSL ML
SSL 351 In other words the net rhru profits is from fromthe from fromthe
the ooemtion 3f all the lines are bl blSr big bIcger biggee I
Sr by more than SUft UIOpperbme EI0 OMM OMMOpportune IN INopprtsne
Opportune TineThe Tine TineThe aeThe
The compilation of the revenues revenuesand reve reveand revenuesand
and expense ex by r months for the eleven elevenmonths eey eeymcnt elevenmonths
months S of Ill lilt and their eomparteon eemparttlClwith commporieonwith eomparteonwith
with the corresponding months o oJM of
1 JM 08 are particularly a Y interestlsts IM at attfete a a1s atthis
this 1s tfan tt < b bedsuee csnso 1IM of tin the JIe JIeitO etgsmtstd etgsmtstdrates oagrratcdaovomwet
itO aovomwet of the u ra4iacaRs n4J lot 1II iterrateL Idpiorrates
rates The railway oJOelals will MOa sooanialce MOamake soonmake
make their c isgumouts raronewts before or tm tmInterstate tile tireInterstate t tIDtersta
Interstate Commerce Commission la lasupport insupport I Isupport
support of the enoiasMMis eDO OUS n nnatber r of offiled I InoUces iDodoes
Dodoes ot proposed bacraases already alrfladyfilec1 alreadyfiled
filed They will Nee bae their claim to tohigher tohigher I
higher rates largely o ore the statement statementthat MateWlentthat statementthat
that the thex expense of operation has In Increased Increased I Icrea
creased ecl to such a point that the companies cent centpanies COIIIpanles
panies cannot under existing eX rates rateszne rte81 rte81m ratestweet
zne m tweet t their dividend tvi elMl and interest interestcharges lateNStcharge interestcharges
charges and cannot provide pro prot1oD8l additional addi additional ¬
tional Interest for W bonds whk which mast mastbe mnstl at atbe
l be > e Issued I to provide for the construc construction COIllltt1lCtion construction ¬
tion of new lines linesThe lines linesThe 11 11The
The greatest ea factor < in the list t e ecauses oeUS4 of ofcauses
causes 8 of greater ter expense expe win be beheld o ohf beheld
held hf = ld to be wages wq On many of the thetrunk tIMtrunk thetrunk
trunk lines the u pay of employes pIoy pIoybeen has hasbeen insbeen
been increased sine saMe April 1 la their theirstatements tHirstatts theirstatements
statements to the press numerous numerousrailroad n1INIIOUrallrOd numerousrailroad
railroad operators have Ye estimated tecl theincreases the theIncrease the1rcr
Increase 1rcr at a2M6ILII 2 e a year yearIn yearIn yearY
Y In view of the fact that nearly all Ol Olthe ofthe f fthe
the recent wage e increases etl became ef efective elective efective
ective before May 1 and therefore thereforewould thereforewould thereforewould
would be expected to cause an In Increase iacreaae increase ¬
crease in the operating expenses for forthat forthat forthat
that month JIIOathlllDY many of the increases in infact latact Iafact
fact becoming beeomln effective April 1 1study 1a 1astudy < a astudy
study of the reports or the last three threeof threeof threeof
of the first eleven months of the fiscal fiscalyear ftecalyear Aecalyear
year l 111 1116is i is intensely IAt R 6Jy interesting illtereati In Inthe Iathe Inthe
the accompanying table it will willnoted be benoted b bnoted +
noted that operating expenses for forMarch forMarch
March were nSS4715 lit4 15M 4 For April Aprilthey Apriltiley Aprilthey I
they were less 1SS4 158HIiiS 57S For ForKay ForKaythey May Maythey Maythey
they were more more 1 111 127214S 127214SWage < S72C149 S72C149Wage 7I14tWage
Wage Increases e iBctadecL iBctadecLtlcaUy bd1MieiThe IaeluiedThe
The reports for ay include prae praetlcaUT practicaly
tlcaUy all the wage increases TheMay The TheMay TheMay
May operating peratta expense Is the biggest biggestof
of all U the eleven month JDOIIta but ut It is isonly Isonly isonly
only about SS S m to liiiii liiiiigreater 11 11greater llM d dgreater
greater than the earlier e rJJer months in inwhich InwhJch inwhich
which the greatest operating revenues revenuesand reUl revenuesand S Snd
and nd greatest t net revenues were re recorded recorded recorded ¬
corded This would Indicate that the thenearer thetotl thetotal
total W wage e increase oC the country is isnearer isnearer
nearer 1IM i 1MMM siiie than 2Ms ZM ZMa SSbi668 SSbi668a s a aa
a a year yearFor YerFor yearFor
For convenience of comparison with withprevious 1khprevlou withprevious
previous years n by full years th the June JuneContinued J1mefCondllued JunefCoutmued
Continued on Sixth Page PageWEATHER y yWEATHER
Showers still continue in tbe South Southern Sotttltern Southern ¬
ern States and the unsettled and andrainy aadrainy andrainy
rainy weather In the central ntral valleys YaUeyahas valleyshas valleysbas
has rapidly extended eastward to the theAtlantic theAtJnUc theAtlantic
Atlantic sections sectionsShowers ectloRaShowers sectionsShowers
Showers will i11 continue roue In nearly n arly all allStates allS allStates
States S s east of oftheX the Mississippi i iand valley valleyand valleyand
and the temperature will be somewlnahigher somewhat somewhathigher aomewlMuhigher
higher IB north orth Atlantic sections et and andremain adrenuln sndremain
remain nearly stationary stationaryFOdRECAST elsewhere elsewhereFORECAST el8ewIIereFORECAST
Continued unsettled weather with withshowers wttkshowen withsbowers
showers tonight or Sims Sanday j msdmse msdmsesoutherly oimaiB oimaiBsoutherly te tesouther17
southerly windsTFMPERATUB winds windsTEMPERATUHES wID4ITEXPEIUTti1itIss
8 Sam L LS 71 71Sam
M R r m 72 72U 7U 75it
U a a m 72 72SUNTABL
DOOIIi4 12
1 p M I
2 p m DIL i iTDS ita
a TIDE TIDETodaleBleb T TT
T TodaleBleb 1t the 741 a m and StI S J Jm p pin
m in low tide 1 1S a m arnd t71 1R M MT tae taeTomorrowHigh
T TomorrowHigh BIwIa Ude ti er g a aIII hn sad sadZ
III Z a p I m low tlia II a L a and k kp StI StIPBL
PBL p m
Sun = risesSun rises = TABLBi i 39 39Sun
Sun sets setsCo fcJB fcJBCONDITIOK
HARPERS HARP FERRY RRY W Va Vaclear Va Sept 1 1clear
clear aDd Sheaaadeah 1II very veinyC ery
C doe douiV J fCyrees tide tldeyress morning morningCyres >
Cyres Florida Shingles 450 5o per 1000 1000Frenk 000 000FrEk oooFreak
Freak Libbey Co fith N N1 Y Ave Avecho
Advt Advti cho
Modern Woodmen Y odmen of World WorldDispute VorldDispute
Dispute the SuicideTheory Suicide SuicideTheory SuicideTheory
TO RENDER REPORT REPORTInvestigation REPORTIne5tigatien REPORTInvestigation
Investigation Under Major Sylves Sylvesters Sylvesters Sylvesters ¬
ters Personal Direction May MaySettle laySettle Ma MaSettle
Settle Mystery MysteryolIrI4 MysteryOsiwiaeed
olIrI4 that Norval roc al T Harris 1ia5kill did dttet didnot
not > et Mn himself as Ant cisnasd c heM by the thepone tileIOIIc theponce
pone w Washington Camp Ye e H4M H4Mha 11 il4odern
XOIhra odern WO Woodman clmen of Ameriea Amertea oC which wIMdaBarris whichBarr
Barr was a mober ha has reserved r to tomysterious topuMa topush
puMa an tedependent 11I11 llllyYttoa of the theMJSteri0a5 themysterious
mysterious death of the young streetiacl street streetInspector Mr Mrn
iacl Inspector Inspectorfellowwoodmen + ector ectorThis
n This Ion OIl tIN part t EanW HarrWfetbowwoodmen
fellowwoodmen adds further interest Imereetbeen lDtellMltto
to the reopened 1111 I taYdoa which has
been ordered CJII4Iw by Major Sylvester Sylvesterintandent SyIT sper
intandent tt of police ard presages pr devsiopmaws de deder de deII
vsiopmaws II that may dear up the mur
der or suicide whichever It may y be of
Harr HarrThe Harris HarrisernWoodmen I5 I5Tbe
The course decided upon by Ute Modem Mod KGdII
ernWoodmen II Wood Is the result hugely of the theitisrtomn tINdvg
discin itisrtomn urea in made daring tb tbe PM week
ia The TIM which tended to show showthat s showtbat
tbat theesuleide the esuleide auIcIde rfcld theory of the police and andcoroner aDdCOIOD8r andcoroner
coroner fnad gad been hastily formed 1 and
that th those re were circumstances relating
to tbe death of Harris which should shouldted
not be forever shrouded ted m m doubt doubtWffl doubtWill doubtwill
Will S s B Ke Reptd ReptdSIIIoe Rep RepSatee rt rtSmoe
Smoe Major Sylvester Yeter assumed charge chars
o oC a real Investigation Jon caus1
of the ones Doa De >
dye te Weedon of the Central OtRc OCAco OCAcoeutenam i
LIeut Lieutenant eutenam Pinchers of the Fourth
precinct and ad Detective > etective ectJye Grtu Grant GnUat at of the thetoday
suns predaet have worked aacaWnrly I
on ten myst mystery ry It Ja probable that I
t o officers en may be able to mak make r 1 1report
detailed report to Major STcr ylveKe Ian
today or tomorrow
In an effort to throw nouns light
upon uponlove
the life oC Harrta Harrt his aseciatee aaaeeJM aDd hill I
love e affairs the e fiancee of the JOUle rown
STdS man was tHr101 qlMlll this afternoon t tHeXar JIty
t the detectives cleteethe5There detectivesThere
HeXar There was also present t t DeteeUft
H48 Headquarters soother a erSr pi woo ho fiSre figures
in one of Harris severallove several love afftSiV afftSiVA affairs aftakLWNUB affairsAsoter
Asoter A t r W Woman aaR ia w Caaa Caaatin Ca CaIt CaseIt
It also deYtIIop that Harris routs Wf8Ipolled wp
polled te be is love wIda M tin anotb anotbwoman another anotherwon
won wliaee i Huso MsnUlj fee hoe net J1MIt yw ywene 11IMJIIiIMa
iarttct hw JIIiIMa not tIN tINTIlls potlme
TIlls ut Ia ue one who visited YIIiIt the thenmdenaWna 11MwhJaeDt theundertaking
undertaking establishment MHhmfnt the day 7 after an
Harris was killed and tearfully tearf Uy entreat entreated treat
ed USe the u lHLi to open ° Den tIM casket in
oder that she might Sage upon the face
of the dead man manTaken manTaken manThen
Taken in connection with UK th state stat ¬
ment of Harris supposed real r l fiancee
who knew nothing of his affairswltn affairs whit
other women these d developments velopne > ents of to t ¬
day y are regarded retar ed as a significant 1Acant in that n
t they 3L ma any 7 bear UP upon ° ° tbe t e frequent visits sotsn sotsmode
made by Hams to Baltimore It was
these visits which hick Harris refused to tobreak 0
explain to his 1IaDcee that caused the
break between the two a few days be ¬
fore the young < mans man death
The unknown girl visitor to the un ¬
dertaking establishment made the themark re remark remark ¬
mark in t the e presence of several veye era1 other otherpersons otherpenIODS otherpersons
persons assembled there that Harris
had an engagement with her the SM 9uatrday Se Seroitted
untay night that he was killed or C0M rmmitted
mitted suicide Sh SIte bemoaned the fact factsaying
that hf lad not kept this ngagemhWt ngagemhWtthat t
saying that if he had his death WOUld
have been been prevented preventedDetectives prMrelltedDtltcties preventedDstctisea
Detectives Keoctalaat KeoctalaatInasmuch N NenchalantInasmuch 9ncliaIa1ltIueh
Inasmuch as the poMce had practically practicallydecided caIITd praeti lty ltydecided
decided d that Harris slow himself how however however however ¬
ever the story of the girl wa was not fully fullyinvestigated tullyIDvMtipted fullyInvestigated
investigated IDvMtiptedhe InvestigatedThe investigatedThe
The night before he war killed Harris Harristook Harri8took Harristook
took an exc excursion nsion trip under theaa the theampfces th thot
ampfces aa of the Woodmen Del1 Atter A er be re retnrned re returDed returned
turned about U oclock he went to toHalTs toHalTs toHairs
HalTs summer garden in southwest southwestWashington Mathw MathwWa8hln southwestWashington
Washington Wa8hln < Here H he was w heard to a aquarrel aqwarrel aquarrel
quarrel with an unknown rmponionwho companion companionwho
who followed him into the bar At the therear therear therear
rear of the garden sat several other otherwomen otherWOIIIeII otherwomen
women and men with whom Harris had hadevidently badevtdeDtb bedevidently
evidently come into the placeThe place placeThe paeeTIle
The party left the saloon about roW JDIdJdp midnight roWnight
night according to Proprietor Propri tor Frank FrankContinued lIraDkContiDued FrankContinued
Continued on Second Page PageUi4aBO Pal PalPHILADELPHIA PagePHILADELPHIA
NUMBERS NUMBERS1549008 NUMBERS1549008City Ui4aBO Ui4aBOCity 1549008City
City of Brotherly LoveMakes Love LoveMakes
Makes Gain of ofOnly ofOnly ofOnly
Only 197Tits 197 197The 197t 197TIM
The Census Bureau nr this afternoon afternoonaae afternoonanareeunoo teraeon teraeonDee4I
anareeunoo aae ae Dee4I d that th the pt J prteewt > oant t JHIJe population i 1iH JHIJettea ei iia iiat
ttea t e of Philadelphia te lS4 lI4LZ s This Thtashews TIdws Thisshows
shows ws aa increase Incr of 2M911 or 17 197per 17l 7 7per
per cent centAlthough castAlthough i
Although l Philadelphia PlaUa elp ia holds its itslace itsas itsplace
place lace as the third city in the Unitedtts United Unitedtates
lkates tates by y a wide margin Jllr la the per percentage PeIeeate pereeatage ¬
centage of increase is not so great greatae treatan
ae that t t of many other big cities pre previously previously previously ¬
viously announced Pittseurgs Pttt iMlrls in increase 111cr Increase ¬
crease cr was 913 per cent < and Scraa Scraatons ScratORS Scrantons
tons was 273 i per cent centVERDICT centVERDICT centVERDICT
LIVINGSTON Va Sept pt JGullty JGulltyof S Guilty Guiltyof
of murder 1IIurd r in the first degree was the thethe tlMverdlet theverdict
verdict returned today by the jury I Itb In Inthe
the ease of John Moore Meere charged with withkflltac 1it 1itk withkllVng
kflltac k l Frank Howl HowlKrs HowlYrs I IMr
Mr Yrs Rixie Howl widow wiclowol of the mur murdered murdered murdered ¬
dered man man was jointly > tedicted with withMoore withMoore withMoore
Moore and as Moore oore to to be called calledas calledas calledas
as a witness wltDeae in her trial trial bis sentence sentencewas aeateftCewas sentencewas
was suspended suspendedThe supea4edThe suspendedThe
The trial of Moore lasted 1 841 Just one oneweek ODeweek oneweek
week weekOur weekOur weekOur
Our Florida Cypress Shingles SkiBglesAll An No x xFrank x xFrank rFrank
Frank Libbey Co 8th N Y Ave AveAdv AveAdvt AyeAdv
Advt Adv i
HlflfH WI if I TH in inui FAST FAIT Fi rLiuni rLiuniEnglishman FLIGHT FLIGHTEnglishman FLIGHTnglishman IRHT
Englishman First in in Air att atInternational at atInternational atInternational
International Gathering Gatheringof Gathering Gatheringof t
of Aviators AviatorsWRIGHT AviatorsVRfGHT AviatorsWRrGHT
As Other Bird Men TUBe Up for forFirst forFirst forFirst
First Days ys Events AMdcca A l osicitn Declares De Declares Declares ¬
clares Hes H s Ready Any Time TimeHARVARD TImeHARV TimeHARVARD
Mane Sept Sept IWhat T Ti Ie planned to M Mtlte bethe
i the greatest gIeat t aviation meet ever held helflThe IMIdbe heldbegan
be here this JDOIDIIIc at I iM od oclockThe cIt cItThe
The first nit contest tt of the meet was wascarted wurtecl wasstarted
carted when rbea Clifford B B Harmon with withtots WItIihla withhis
tots Farman a biplane biplanecourse Mpla same on thecourse the theCOtIrRe
course 1 1ping to coat contest In tM heathdrop heathdropping rop ropJtlag
ping event Tbe wind was waaBI Mowing Mowingabout blowingabout
about nine BI ad onehalf mites nea neaJIa an hour hourfrm hevrr
frm r JIa nt the th southeast southeastGtwhame 3Outhto1 southeastGtabame
Gtwhame o1 ame White the Zsa JKnglish isb aviator aviatorgot a aawJI aviatorgot
got away from the flaM at 749 1 in Ala nteheight AlaBIerIot hisBlerlot
BIerIot machine and after reaching aheight a aof
height of Ml feet soot on 0 In the diroc dretbon diroctton duoetloft
tton of Boston His H fellow aviators aviatorsand aYiatDrsave aviatorsgave
gave ave lm a cheer In their sthanpn sthanpnand b buacl
i and It appeared that tba bo meant to circle circleover ctrcIeOYer circleover
over tb the city and return before alight alightlug alisjbttas aUlrbt1IIf
lug I Ilte
White lte made the lost t ereellll re nd or UM UMcourse tIMCOUrH thecourse
course a distance distancemile oC iwo two mn mnmutes miles in 3 3minutes
minutes mutes II 1c moms DN or doss to a amile amile
mile a minute His engine worked In isflue Influe t I
flue shape shapeWhite shapeWhite hapeWhite
White coplet completed four miles fat 4 4minute 4IDblutes 4minutes
minute 34 15 seconds official time timeHe timeI timeHe
I He came down after firing six miles milesHi milesHis Ilea IleaI
Hi His tine for the entire ltlre flight t t7tl was
I 71 15 15At 35At 5 5At
At 14i 45 W Sterlijtf Sterli Burge Btrgea B trgea came eamointo cameinto caeJnto
into the held A81tJ went to Ms U quartern guanetsand quarternand qaarterlland
and superintended the t jUngop of ofhta ofbill ofhis
bill Burgess Bu BurgessCurttss eaaC1IrtI Curtis biplane biplaneKearney hiplaneKearDeY biplaneKearney
Kearney early began to prepare the thePfesttan thePftwttan thePfesttan
Pfesttan monoplane for flight At 85 85Harmons t SO SOBanaons Si SiHarmon
Harmon s mechanicians m bllielaaa began work workon workon workon
on hI hi Fatrtnan biplane biplaneWilliam hlplaeWilliam biplaneWilliam
William Milliard appeared at 4 4oclock 4ocJoek 4oclock
oclock and immediately j noe latel latelup began setting ssttagup settingup
up both his Farman biplane and th thBurgess die diees theBurgem
Burgess es machine machineIt machineIt
It was not lone loatr before other aviators aviatorsentered a aaltered aviaoaentered
entered the MS space ceta and tings bin binanrangemdtts n narrangementa
arrangementa ta for their parttefpation pertl pstes ea In lamedShtely Ins Inion
ion days s Y Y JIM lacemechusielpr
mechusielpr t6 t6eIy h hmMaseby
medShtely eIy on the thebrought rt daau wurq wurqover M MWIlbur ds dsWilbur
brought broughtWflbu over
WIlbur Wflburtaaes Wright stat stated riot Lis aero aefOpianes
1 Iaaes rtaaes required no practice spot n any anynature BYDawn anynature
nature that they were ready fur flight flightat aiChtat flightat
at any time timeCHtronl Urn UrnClifford j
Clifford B Harmon the theaviator awn awnaviator millionaire millionaireaviator
aviator of New York is struggling strugglingagainst 8tnJ strugglingagainst
i against the greatest handicap that could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be imposed upon a contestant In an air aircontest airontest aircontest
contest < He Is entered in I all of the theevents theevents
events open R to nonprofeur nonprofessional oaal avi aviators aiMOrs aviators ¬ I
ators at the meet here and must ua take takeI takeall
I an 11 his scheduled flights between today ttxiayand tcKayand todayand
and next Wednesday for h be must then thengo thengo
go o to St Lewis to attempt a thirtymile thirtymileSight thtrtymtJeI thirtymileflight
Sight down the Mississippi River Sep September Beptem September ¬
I tember tem T THarmon 1t 1tI ItHtirmon
I Harmon H propose 1I to make no less than
1111 117 nights li in three days a feat never neverbefore DeVerI severbefore
before attempted by an aviator He H will wttibe willDe willbe
I be In the air tr the greater er part of tie tietime netbJKo tretime
time allowed to amateurs until h be ships shipshis al irs iIebis irshis
his machine maeh1 to St Louis Wednesday WednesdayZEPPELINS WednesdayZEPPELINS WedJM8CJllYI
BERLIN Sept 8 JCoaat Count Zeppelin Zeppelintoday Zeppelintoday II
I today vindicated the worth of his type typeof typeI typeof
of dirigible when In the Zeppelin IV IVb IVhe IVhe
I b he Hew from Baden to Heidelberg Heidelbergfiftythree Hei Heidelbergfiftythese e1lterg e1ltergi
i fiftythree miles mil in sixtyfive minutes minutestwelve JDIIIatesi minutescarrying
i carrying a crew < ew of se seven ad twelve twelvepassengers twelepassengers twelvepassengers
passengersI passengers passengersThe
I The average speed of o the theI immense lmmeneballoon immenseballoon
I balloon was fortynine miles an hour hourContinued hoarI hourContinued
i Continued on Second PageWASHINGTON Page PageA eI eWASHINGTON
A S Rinker in Pittsburg PittsburgJail PittsburfTl PittsburgJail II IIJail
Jail Is Found Clasping ClaspingWomans ClaspingWomans I IWomans
Womans Picture PictureFITT5BURG I I1TTSBURG
FITT5BURG 1 TTTSBURG Sept 3 I 3Clasping Ctaaptas th thphotograph tIiIIIII tIiIIIIIphoto tMWphotograph
photograph apft of a beautttful woman tjnftt dltto tjnfttto tIIJIItte
to his breast breast Albert S So Rmker R1ak of OftiRgton Waafa W4dcatngton Waafamgton
mgton D C who had applied for a anights alItS anights
nights lItS lodging at the Penn avenue aea po poMce p0 p0station police
lice station was 8 found in aceM a cell early earlydey eaa1y4ky earlyday
4ky > > day wtlh his throat cutRisker cut cutRinker cutRinker
Rinker was remov removed to a hospital hospitalwhere pklI hospitalwhere
where his con condition tden to At serious seriousWhen aerio8sWhen seriousWhen
When he appeared at the police eta station etaflea ¬
I flea he said be had walked from Braddock Brad Bnwlk
dock k Pa and was tired tiredParents tiredParents tiredParents
Parents Live in Capital CapitalRinkers CapitaLRiDkers CapitalRiskers
Rinkers parents Mr and Mrs Lemuel LemuelH
H KInker live at 1 DII > M Riffgs street He Hebas Hehas
has not lived with the family in more morethan JDCIIIethan morethan
than nine years The family came to toWashington toWashington
Washington from Mt Jackson Vs Va four touryears fouryears fouryears J
years ago agoReceiving asoR agoReceiving
Receiving R lviDS a telegram from the West WestPennsylvania WestPenes I
Pennsylvania Pe Penes 15Ylvanla rlvanla hospital bo at PKtsburg early earlythis earlyRinker J
this morning Mrs l redaughter ra Rinker and her heroclock herJtter
daughter Jtter Cora left for that city at l loclock i ioclock
oclock The family does not believeRinker believe believeRinker 1 1Rinker
Rinker had a love lO e affair saying that thatill atill
ill health probably was the cause of theattempted the theattempted I Iattempted
attempted suicide as he had lost thirty thirtypounds thirtypounds I IpouDd
pounds hi the last lestmtorrmmann month monthRinker I
Rinker was s a a motormaa mtorrmmann and is thirty thirtyfive t thirtyfive rtY rtYfive
I five years vears old oldL oldL oddL
L L H H Rinker Jr a druggist at J2U izliFourandahalf J2UFourandahalf 1mFourandaha1f
Fourandahalf street southwest is abrother a abrother aMotber
brother of the wouldbe wou1cl suicide He has hasfour basfour hasMaggie
four sisters sifters ers CoraAnnie Cora Maggie Sophia and andAnnie aD4IADDIe
Annie Klnker living 11T1 in W WaDd Washingtonand Washington Washingtonand
and another a tber sister r Mrs Roy M M Reed ReedIn Reed Reedin 1 1In
In Rochester N T THonda F FFlorida
Honda FIo da Shingles Will Last 50 o Years YearsFrank YearsFrank YearsFrank
Frank Libbey Libbe Co dtk th N T Ave AveAdvs
Advj r + v
Adytf f
Legate L gate to Eucharistic Con Congress Co Cogress Congress ¬
gress Presented With WithFreedom WithFreedom WithFreedom
Freedom of City CityLAJDING CityLANDING
Trip Up the St Lawrence a Tri Trittntpbal TriU1ftpDal Tnttm
ttm ttntpbal l Jctirney for the Prelate PrelateRiver PrelateR PrelateRiver
River R er Towns Pay Honors HonorsMOKTXUCAl HonorsJiIOXlJtXAL Honorsi
MOKTXUCAl i hTB AL Sept I JVkIIta JVkIIta7IUda WMfem WMfemyards ill illyarda
yards of the lb snot where Mstsnimuure Mstsnimuureknelt > 1 II IIt touve touvetslt
knelt t to IMS um with a aelailRe4 solemn > noses msecclaimed nosesclaimed
claimed all of The The North f tee r France FranceCardinal TmaceCardinal rraaceCantlaal
Cardinal Vbicenso Viace so VannutelU papal Ie Ieto I Igate e exate
gate to the Ewchari Eucharistic c Concres tended tendedfrom JtmIMdfrom landedfrom
from vie e steamer Lady Grey G this afternoon af afternoon aftftDOOft ¬
ternoon and was enthusiastically 8 l1Ie t8CJcaay ac acclainnH acc acAa acclaimed
c claimedAs claimed clainnHAs
As the cardinal bowed and a bared ed hisbead his hishead hiea
head Ute ib 4m Ol < X eherl ehiadnir cII r sad ringing rinpinbetts rtagIDgMIla ringingbells
betts evils as mtaaied with the deep boom boomof Momor boomof
of Ijt Oros Bourdon the thirteenton thirteentonben t thirteentonben CJD CJDD
ben D tat the steeple of the cathedral cathedralplank IaIAs catbedriAs
As he walked slowly do tIow tIM th earn e UI nangptank UIvIaDk
plank of the steamer It8r bin h eminence 8DCe who whogreeted wbo3a winoas
as 3a n r rbed beds In his r r saw wu wasgreeted wuHtecI
greeted by Dr James Ouerin mayor YtK of ofMontreal 01IIontrel dMontreal
Montreal who presented Mm with 01 aa aailluminated saUJumlDate aanmnmhnatd
illuminated aadrooc extendtac extendis the free freeG trMdoaa freedom
dom of tile tb city coItyGt cityGuest
Gt G ast of Archbishop ArchbishopAfter Arc ArchbishopAlta bip bipAner
After JIb hands with a few invited in invHed m11M
vHed xue xusts t the cardinal and his harry vartyand 1IIUe harryware
ware cIUd e to the waIttaiP waIttaiPlid carriages carriagesand
and driven through thr lone lines of eo eoto see seepie eo eople
pie to the archbishops palace where be bewin bewm hewin
win remain n main dnrinr his stay as the guest Kueetof lnleetof guestof
of Mgr Paul BrochetJ BrochetJTne BnIcDealThe BruebeaiThe
The official O ldal wdcorae on behalf of therom the thecommittee UteIttee
rom committee eittee Ittee arranstoc arnn ag the EucharisticCongress Eucharistic EucBartetfeCongress I
Congress began early today tob at atdM ThreeRiven Three Threet
Riven ribs + re dM tb Lady GNY trade I aepr a aooo
epr oool b 1 l aeal DU Jlr d list listri6iitt4
t ooo nittMe of aft IrfMMtf Ir = kIir kIireC ft r rfsaopierf
fsaopierf of Borne Canon cJItU Canesxlrr Gasttfctar Gasttfctar3fnr
3fnr xlrr Itrneheei lcnw and Hon I L f Brodeor BrodeurCanadian BrodeorCanadian JInItiarClll8dbJa
Canadian minister of marine was wa wet welcomed wftCGInfIId wetemned ¬
comed at the wharf by byt bytthe the h mayor of ofThre ofn1ke of
Three Rivers Btv Msrr or Clouthler by bisooo bbiapThree of ofThree ofTbftl
Three Rivers and a delegation de atlon tlon of the theclergy ttHtclery theclergy
clergy of the district After an IIof exchange exchangeof
of felicitations f th the cardinal was wasto driven drivento titherto
to the cathedral where mass was cele celebrated cdeI Weheated ¬
heated The TIaen party remained rem taed on 011aa shorean shore shoreto
I aa hour and the butch was r rI resumed resumedto
I to Maatredltsiin Meatrent MeatrentXwepfewa
toXep Xwepfewa oa Steamer Steaaerembak Steamerft Steamerll
ft ll + s second ate ato woos os nude at SenL SenLTJae SsreLThe
The earcllnal all his escort eortk did ant dis disemba
emba embak k k here but welcomed Yr M Mer Ber Herratd Berisard BerrartI
isard tamp of St St Hyactathe and his hismnyor hisI hiselergyy
elergyy I t the mnyor 101 and civil officials IdaJanw sKlcfalsin j je
in tars nw tdio sanea ot tile Lady Gr Grl1Iree Greg GregAs
As st Three rivers as tuuml IUUSIRsted te ad adtIOII1 adeg
eg e from rota the nwMtcipaltty was nre nresenfd te ted teIt hxesemttd
senfd semttdIt senfdIt d
It had been planned to enwhastse f the thefact thefaet thefact
fact that the Eucharistic E1Ich 1c Coaerees Is fewelcomed IsAcGaaed iswelcomed
welcomed by Protestants as well asCL as asCXx asI
I CXx CL 1cl1fos llrs to have the escort in this thiscity thisI
I city composed of the Duke of Yorks YorksHussars Yorks1unan ForksIesars
Hussars a Protestant cavalry regiment regimentand rt1timentand roRimentand
and the FrenchCanadian a Catholicregiment Catholic Catholicregiment Catholicre
regiment re ilMDt Carabfnter Moat Royal butthe but butthe buttIN
the militia JB department at the last mo moment RIO RIOt memeat ¬
meat prohibited prohlblt the troops participating participatingR
R was explained that no discourtesy discourtesywas dlscourteayIn
was intended In but that there existed exl no noprecedent DOp noprecedent
precedent p t for such a parade Instead Insteadof teadnC
of the cavalry escort therefore fore a detailof detail detailof detallof
of mounted mouft Montreal notice surrounded surroundedthe SWTOUDdedu surroundedthe
the carriages containing tanin the dtetin dtetingutehed dletlncJIsbed dietingldshed
gutehed jfnests jfnestsThis JineaatsThis at atThis
This veninr in the city hall a public publicreception PIbI PIbIretfptlon publicreception
reception will liI be held In honor of the thed thediscingr
d discingr fitin iehed visitors
SIOUX CIT Sept 3 3For For For the first firstthne firsttime firstthus
time hi Mg swing around the circle circleColonel circleCoIoDeI circleColonel
Colonel Reoeeveitvbs Roosevelt hs spoken out in a afashion ara afashion
fashion intended to give some measure measureof m measureof re reof
of credit and indorsement to the Afl AflmtaietrKtlon Adof d dof
mtaietrKtlon of President Tat TftHKherto TatBltIMrto TaftHitherto
Hitherto ha has been silent with ith r rspect rt re respect
spect t to tle tI work of the man whom he hewas hews hewas
was more JIIOI i instrumental urnental than any other otherm otherIR otherin
m IR putttog into the 1 Vhite hate HouseIn House HouseIn e e1a
In his speech in Sioux City Colonel CotoriolBoosevelt CoJolwlYelt ColonelRoosevelt
Roosevelt Boosevelt Yelt dfseaseed d1scu d some of the phases phasesof pkasesof phasesof
of the tariff < question H He > has prepared prepareda
a speech for Sioux Falls S IX D this thisevening thisnenIDg thisevening
evening dealing with the tariff tari < bat he healeo heahio healso
also took the matter up in Sioux City CityHe CityHe CityHe
He said he was particularly pieas pleased pleasedwith d dwith
with the words of President Taf Taft t In his hisletter hisJetter
letter to the Congressional committee committeewith oommltteewIth
with respect to the tariff commission commissionlie comm155ionHe
He spoke of the struggle in the last ses sesstoc se5sloe se seslot
sloe to set a tariff commission and of ofthe ortile ofthe
the provision provJekn provieie s made for a tariff board boardThis boardTbJs boardThis
This body was a step in the right direc direction dlrectioD directioabut ¬
tion tioD tioabut bat not all l that that could couldthe be b nnmn desired desiredTh desiredTa ire ireTb
Th i powers powersshould of the commission commissionshoe commlssioDshocd
should shoe Id be enlarged in any way W needed neededto
to make IIlk it effective Colonel Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Reesevolt ¬
velt commended the broad construc construction construction onstruetion ¬
tion given by President Taft t on the thepowers thepowers thepowers
powers of the tariff board boardHe boardHe boardHe
He also expressed approval of the themaximum tlIemsximum themaximum
maximum and minimum provision of ofthe oftile ofthe
the tar iff law lawand and the work of the theAdministration theAAIlnltratiat theAdministraUci
Administration i In conducting nego negoIFleriaa negoFJerlda negoFlerida
IFleriaa Cypress Shingles Better Than ThanCedar Thanl ThanCedarFrank
Cedar ellarFrank Frank Libbey Co 6th > N y yAle iA
l Ale A AnAodvi eAodvt Aodvt
Papal Legate tt t Zaritio c CMJrees Ce gres ia Montreal Whose Journey Up the theSt theSt theSt
St St Lawrence Resembles March of Triumph TI 1UBph
Desperate esperate Resistance Res lilce RfPv yoves yovesToo pve pveI
Too 1 00 Much I br or Hold Holdup HoldI
MOSHJB Ala AlahoUlner Supt 3Pew P1DIMkil P1DIMkilrMIHIn make makervbbms
rMIHIn ea eaV y tod7 Udaklag edict dNr1IP were wereholding
holding up die Hew Yex York taM taMa mail mailstepped mallMopped
stepped a fight M ht engirt o on a the LsMfcurflle Louleoiiieand LsMfcurfllei I It Itaad
i aad Nashville at Bayer i3 3ara a Ala Alawere and andwere andwere
were driven off m Ia a 11I511III > tnt battle with withth wltku withthe
th u crewThe crew crewBayou crewI
I The bandits escaped 1tt a aSua a launch launchBayou
Bayou Sara te Covceen mites north northof aerthof JIIerhOC
of MoMfce ModbeThe MoMfceThe KOIIIhtTbe
The robbers had carefully planned to tohold 0bold tobold
bold ip the mail malt but were thwarted t waltedtheir bytheir by byshowed
their mistaking < me t e engine which was wasas gasranging
ranging as first section of train o oI oIt > <
It was 124i a a ID m wbeft the a headlight headlightahowd pt ptI
showed the cngteeer an obstruction OB ORI OBthe oathe
I I the tracks As ha slowed up the thebandits thei thebandits
i bandits all masked JDa ed swung on the theengine thei theThe
engine engineThe
i The fireman ftr whipped out a revolveraad revolver revolveraad reYOtweraD
aD aad used away a Other Othered trainmen tIaImDeDjoIn tIaImDeDjoInled Join Joined ¬
led ed 11 1 n + the battle te bandtts baa tU answering answeringthe aa wedftgte answeringthe
the Are hot and he b heavy 9Y y They wer werdriven were wer0i3drtyem weredrives
driven back under a 41 rain of bul bullets bulI bullets ¬
lets while e their opponents op Remained RemainedReenforeements tkmwiaedambushed tDe tDeambUllhed
I ambushed Ja the Cd1 sad the tender teDderReenfOreemeDts tenderReenforeements
Reenforeements came up for the rail railcried raUI railroad
road JI and the leeder r of the aDd aDdcried and andcried
cried to the other fojr to to retjat ret t Theydropped They Theydropped Theydrapped
I dropped over 0 a bride j but a short ee dis distance
1 tance away and a moment momentout at niter r w were wereout wer werout
out c t sight in the darkness their theiri theirJauneh theirlaunch
i launch which had been ready to start startchu startehuggi startchugging
chu ehuggi chugging sinr at top speed speedSlashed speedSIasIted speedSlashed
Slashed ropes on the bridge tender tendershowed ershowed tendersbowed
showed that he men had started the theengine ti t e eengine a ane
engine ne after fter tying t DC the little veeeel fa faRallread Zest ZestRailroad et etRailroad
Railroad detectives and local officers officersI e eftiaerstook ers erstook
I took ap the cbaee at dawn wn
AND HIS TARIFF PLAN PLANUnexpected PLANUIilexpected PLANUnexpected
Unexpected Indorsement of Presidents Commission Idea IdeaIs IdeaIs IdeaIsGIVen
Is IsGIVen e Given 1 in n Sioux City Speech S P PMembership eech Favoring Larger LargerMembership LargerM
Membership M mbership and Increased Increas d Authority AuthorityBy
tiatlons under it It especially with the
Dominion of Caaada CaaadaA CBdA
A good word was also spoken for theefforts the theefforts
efforts to do justice to the RrflSppinea RrflSppineawith Ppineewith
with respect to tariffs tariffsThe arl1fsThe tariffsThe
The comraeadation of President Taft Taftaroused Tafta Taftaroused
aroused a l much interest t among the poli pomticlans politlciaBs poIlUeiDs
tlciaBs who heard H It It could net by byany byany byany
any means be constructed COD as a abroad abroadindorsement broad broadindorsement broatlindersemeat
indorsement of the Administration it itwas Itwas Itwas
was limited to the course of the Presi President PnMfd President ¬
dent d nt with respect to the tariff controls eommlsI commission
sIGn aDd tariff beard and the negotia negotlstons negotiations DeJOtlons ¬
I tons under the maximum and minimum minimumlaw rataimuinlaw mIRImumlaw
Colonel Rwfearelt R t was desirous of say sayi saying
i ing this much for the Admlnistrattoa in inInsurgent Ininsurgent
insurgent territory Before he spoke he hetalked hetalk hetalk
talked talk I with wit Senator S DoBfver and with withRepresentative withRepre withRepresentaUye
Repre Representative entaUYe Bnbbard of Iowa IowaColonel IowaColonel
Colonel Roosevelt was greeted by a alarge aJarge alarge
large aDd eatixmiastic crowd at the thebaseball thebsebJI thebaseball
baseball park where he spoke His Hisreferences Hisrefer Hisreferences
references refer to th Ute A4 Administration aIllJ traUoR were werereceived wocereceived werereceived
received In sOence slang When be commend commended cozwaeaded commeDdeel
ed Seuator Z Dom > oMiv r be was loudly cheer cheered cheeret
et ed i Senator Doittver was called out to tospeak tospeak tospeak
speak by the crowd after ftu Roosevelt sat satdown satdown satdown
down downThe downThe
The Sioux City crowd in part had hadcome hadcome hadcome
come in by b special trains from the couna counatry coon country coontry
try within a radians of aftjr miles milesFlonda mnesF1Orida milesFlorida
Florida Shingles Perfect A No i iFrank tFrank rFrank
Frank Ubbey Co nth th N Y Ave AveA Ave AveAdv
Adv A ivt
I Fernando fernando Mesa Formerly Form Fo > merl rl1S of ofWashington tf tfWashingron f fW
Washington W ashingcoI1 Legation LegationSlain L LegationSlain gntion gntionSlain
Slain on onTrain onTrainy Train TrainL TrainNEW
NEW y YORK Sept 3News L Xews was re received re reeely recalved ¬
calved eely today by l T lister Mesa a Spanish Spanishstudent paafcfeiather
student at C Cetambia I I University that ds hisfather
fat er Fernaade Fer
Mesa the Spanish eon eonef CORJIll consul
JIll at LI and formerly a member memberOf
Of the Spanish legaUoa egaUu at Ws Washington Washingtonwas rtngtcn rtngtcnwas
was asAssteated tetl and killed last Toes Toesday TIMay Ttueeday
day wfcOe aboard a tram from Paris to toXJsoon toLisbon
oIL oILThe LisbonThe j
The assasetoation NiDAtion Ute son saW said was wasdue wasdue wasi wasidue
due to his tethers attegaa allegiance e te the theSpaatsk tileSpDI theSpeutak
Spaatsk government m 1ft Its dispute dtputethe with TJrtththe withthe
the VatJcaa VatJcaaTwo VatieaTwo VadcaaTwo
Two men approached ed Meet on the thetrain thetrain
train train One carried a revolver covered
by h a a haadkereafef JiaMk similar to the maaaer
In which w iclt CzoJgosz the aseaesiR a of Pres ¬ I
ident McKinley
eoncealed his weapon weaponassassin
When within a fw feet 9C Mesa Iesa the theamain
assassin fired twice el both sbo she s taking
effect The aseessm assase n and hg5 its eonf rented eoafederate rentedcrate edU edUerate
erate were captured capturedThe capturedThe 1Kured 1KuredThe
The delay in lr transmittte traasaIIttlD ttng the news DewsYOUDS to toyoung o oyoung
young Mesa was due to the cable cen censorship censorship ¬
sorship h h1 Portugal Mesa fees a received the thesad t thesad e es
sad s d news from both his brother brother In Lie Lisbon LI3bOa Lieboa ¬
bOa and his sister in London He sailed sailedor sailedor
I or home today on the steamer BalticFmread Baltic BalticFeriHHxi naltkF
FeriHHxi F Mesa a returned to Spain from r fro n
Washtnton Washington Wash th the latter part of July He
woe a man of great eat wealth and owned
several H sugar plantations in Cuba Cubewhom
whomadrsnlne He bad adrsnlne nine children the youngest of
whom w Oln was born In this country Peter
Mesa is eighteen An aunt unt of the boy boyI
Is new in a New y a h05p1 hospital aI aDU
Mona was afaJcl I the news Dt trs < 5 of the dea de th h
of his father would prove fatal to her herIs
IsThe The Spanish Span h lee tion t ton at Washington
Is taking king an actlw actl acts Interest In the case
and a representative came me to New Took
today toda to confer with Mesa MesaTHEdTEfi Xesa XesaTHEATER MesaTHEATER
AT BURLINGTON IADeliberate IADeliberate IA IADeliberate
Deliberate Attempt to Wreck WreckNew WreckNew VreckN
New N ev Property Is Believ Believed Believed Believed ¬
BURLINGTON Iowa Sept 3 3T Thegrand The Thegrand e egrand
grand opera house of this city was waspartly wasperrly waspartly
partly wrecked by a dynamite explo explosion explosion explosion ¬
sion early this morning mornln much of the thestage thestage thestage
stage b being ing blown up walls and cell
tugs wr wrecked ed and every eve window in
the building shattered shatteredThe shatteredThe shatteredThe
The discovery of pieces pie cs of burned
fuse led to the conclusion that tha some someone someone someone
one deliberately attempted to wreck
the property propertyThe propertyThe propertyThe
The building was purchased some somew someWAOcs somemusks
w WAOcs ks ago by b John Cort the theatri theatrical theatrfcat theatricat ¬
cal cat producer pre < ucer and bad just been beenopened beenopened beenopened
opened for the season seasonMERCHANT seasonMERCHANT seasonMERCHANT
MOBILE Ala Ala Sept 3 3Robert Robert Tur Turner Turnero Turnor
nor nero a rich merchant merc t was vas found murdered murderod mur murdered ¬
dered In a a room Adjoining his store storetoday stontoday storttoday
today todayRobbery todayRob1tery todayRobbery
Robbery was the motive money and andgoods andgoods andgoods
goods having been taken The au authorities authorities anthoritlee ¬
thorities secured no clue clueBest clueBest clueBest
Best Florida EIo f Iorida da Shingles 450 Per M MFrank M MFmnk MFronk
Frank Libbey Co Ce6th 6th N Y Ave AveAdvj AveAdv Avetdv
Adv tdv
President Has Scheme t to o En Enlist Enlist ¬
list Help of Chiefs and andEmployes andEnlployes andEmployes
Employes EmployesCABINET EnlployesCABINET EmployesCABINET
Hopes to Avoid Inquisitional Inquisitional1rltth Inquisitional1rltthods 1 Meth Methods eth ethods ¬
ods Which Have Caused Dis Distrust Distrust Distrust ¬
trust in Past PastJ PastTafts
J Tafts 1 aft afts s Scheme Schemefo for r Working WorkingOut Workr WorkrOfst
Out His Economy Econom Plan PlanPresident PlanPrealdcat PlanPresident I
President Taft plans to o a ask fc advice adviceof adviceof adviceof
of bureau chiefs and clerks In hisproposed his Msproposed hispropo
proposed propo ed system of o governmental governmentaleconomy 1 1economy r reconomy
economy In the e department deportmentseminent departmentI
I Clerks In the employ of the GoT GoTI Go Goernmont
I eminent will no more be com coxapellet contpelled
I pellet to submit to the Inqulat inqulsitorial Inqulattorial IDqulaltonal
torial methods of o committees and andcommissions npflcommlsMlons I IcommlaAlul1S
commissions If 3Ir Taf Tafta ta plan Is IsExecntlve kfollowed isfollowed
followed followedI followedExecutive
I Execntlve has expectations ct ctavInK ctsaving o1saving
saving race Sam something In Intie 1nthe inthe
the Kclgbborhood of o 5XCTOOO SS 8 hppppr30 hppppr30per ooo oooper HK HKZloose
per year fa the
expense of run running running
ning aU branches of the Govern Government Gorernment
ment mentAny mentsns
Any clerk who thinks duplication dapUcaticnof
of work ork can be avoided or el1m1 el1m1nated eliminated
nated will be requested to sdb sdbmit b bI
mJt hI bin auSgeatJoll to the
White Vh1teHOWIe WhiteHouse
I House Zloosep and It will then be take takenp taken takenup
np p In Cabinet meetings meetingsAMES DleetlagBy meetingsBy
SLY L Stlpt1T Sept 3 The TJw e Presi Presith Prests
aets s plan for meoutay aDd ef1idenc efiicfency
th tb Execotiv Ex departments of theL the thearnuHHit thet
arnuHHit t L to Washington Is
to be besn beout
eanietI out mainly through sn the e efforts effortsof
MftdimsYeetion Jlllge on of the chiefs and clerks
employed m In those departments accord
big to a f tar farreaching rreachlng scheme which 3Ir
Taft jjrtft WIll submit to a special l meeting of
his Cabinet the latter partof pan of ths th s
I month monthHeretofore monthI monthHeretofore
I Heretofore the effort effo to Iraorov inhprovt
working condltkrjs on in the departments
I fe5 Ius i 1M by tbe it 1D4a i44tddties tt method and
by L axed ed commtt8 sad commissions
SSS which were regarded re rded with distrust and
dJsMfce = by 1 the vast army of Government GovernnentWhat
11 cierlisWhat OerKs OerKsWhat
What 3 Xr < r Taft desires Is a schema schemareforms schemI schemebless
whereI every everyreformau ehJef and rk with withsal
aboutevery reformau reformauand
I andprclerk oyewith
bless MKt about reforms and improvements improvementsmovement prclerk prclerkoye oye
sal = be enrolled as members o of the new n nAt newAt
II At Cabinet MeetingThe Meeting MeetingThe M ting tingThe
The subject JR t will come up at tha thaCabinet thaI theCabinet
I Cabinet JDee meeting in Washington tash when whento whenconelderatlon
conelderatlon atlou will be bad of how howto best
I to spend pe the Mitt mV M appropriated br brecononay b
the Jast session of C Congress to promote promoteecoGOIIy promoteeconomy
economy hi the Government i1t The ap ap ¬
i propriation came as a result of Senator
I Aldrich s declaration declara ip the Senate ate that
l by y improved ilDprov methods tbe Goreanment Goreanmentcould GmeJPUDent Goteanmentcould
could be saved ed 300000009 a v veer veerAt ir irAt r rAt
I At first it was propeced props ed to t too nave theappropriation the theappropriation
appropriation expended by a Conproev Con > r rcommittee
I ional committee but the Pr President sident nt who
has ha taken a deei dee interest In the matter matterwon matterwon matterwon
won his point t tat at the JEMTe le e House Houseshould Houseshould
should control rji hrvesug hne8 gm n which whtrhaffected whichaffected hith hithajfccted
affected only riot th executive blames of ofthe o oftile
11M the Government GovernmentMr anent anentTaft
I Mr Taft Is desctfbed as believing Ieving IevingI
I that the only way to nroroote reforms reformsand reformsaDd reformsand
and efflcKacy ef1lJqac and lie rng retards E rdS the thewords th thworda thewords
words as j4nonymoK nonYD1Ot c In this connec connection connectioDls connectionis ¬
tion tioDls is tanave Q1 nave aave the cooperaton cHperaton ton and andthuslNm andthuslaam a athusiasm
thusiasm of th the men who know well h hworkings the tbeworkings theWOrJd
WOrJd workings ss of the system It his ben benKeep beo be n ni
i demomstra ra d that rush ueh bodies bodies the theKee theKee
Keep Kee commission can accoaiplish aceo lPUSh but butlittle 1utlittle butlittle
little C CrDgr ingreuutional ngres > ional oaJ committees > also alsoare alsoare alsogapped
are handicapped haad gapped for they U ey invariably 1aria ly put putthe pu puthe putthe
the whole wprktn wHttlllg force of any an ant deoart deoartment deMrtment den art artmeat
ment they investigate tl8ate oa the deensive d enslv8 enstveand enslv8aDd
1 and Invite fO no o cooperation cooperationPresiients ooopertioILPresiients cooperationPresidents
Presiients Blanc KansUnder RansDnder Blancender
Under this new plan as it wfl l be fila filacuoaed dJaca d1 d1cussed
cussed by the Cabinet any an cleric who whobas whobas whohas
bas an ickd ido how the duplication of workCB workcan work workcan
can be avoided a will be invited to submit sub subartt subiDtt
artt h his suggestion 8ug estioR to the White WJrtte te House HouseAny HouseAny HouseAny
Any cbief c ief who can fi figure one out ou how bowwork bowworkcaB york yorkor ork orkcan
caB D1 eared ecl or time saved ved by a n na now nowairangeaient
a TDgement of tile cork or ot bureaus bureausor
or divisions will be asked ed to put his plan planla J planin > n nIII
la writing and send it to the WTfiie W1haH W1hawonts WlfireHouse WTfiieHouse
H HouseIn House HouseIn
In other words although experts will willbe 1U 1Ube 11 11be
be employed to a certain extent the re reform re reren reform ¬
form or gradual improvement bDlKOv t is to lie ttedone UetIoDe liedone
done from the Inside The < experts will willdo wmtIMIr willdo
do their part of expert accounting = but butthe butdie butthe
the vital ideas by which the structure of ofnew orlie ofnew
new system is to be built bu t will come comefront comeI comerem
I front rem those who have become familiar familiarwith tamlliarwttk familiarwith
with all the details of Government GovernmentTCTApSC OoTernm Oovernmbntxrock ftt fttwork
work TCTApSCUnder workURCIer xrockUnder
Under no circumstances does the Taft Taftidea TaftIdea Taftwen
idea contemplate the dismissal of clerks clerksby clerksy clerksby
by y the wholesale a1e The President Pre 1 ent baa baallttJe bas1ttJe haslittle
little sympathy with any movement to toflre toAre tofire
Are men and women Into the street and andhe andhe andbe
he believes 1 that the reforms can be ac accomplished ac accomplished accompllbed ¬
complished without t any such > odical odicalaction Tdteal Tdtealaction dka1aetlon
action aetlon Suggestions Received ReceivedAlready Recclved RecclvedAlready ReceivedAlready
Already many suggestions su e have been beenrecelvte beenreceive n nreeelYftl
receive d and some of them are of o so sovataaKe SOaIua1e sovahah
vahah vataaKe aIua1e e a nature that they will in all ailprobai allpIObeIIDlty allprobes
probes pIObeIIDlty Ility figure In the final frameup frameupof frameup frameupthe
of the Governments methods of doing doingwork domgwork doingwork
work The difficulty about any plan planworked planworked planworked
worked out by b expert accountants is isthat Isthat isthat
that it invariably invariably ln 1T calls for such a violent violentrearrangement violentrelIaDeJIMDt violentrearrangement
rearrangement of bureaus and branches branchesas
as to require new legislation Jesi and new newfesfeiatlou new1e newlegislation
legislation 1e n of this sort is s hard to obtain obtainThere ootainThere obtainThere
There hi to be in BO 0 sense a fixed com commission commis cormiselon ¬
mission lon of assistant secretaries of all alldepartments alldepartments alldepartments
departments or of any definite number numberof numberef numberof
of reformers but the thinS will be bethe bedo bedone
do e with a varying personnel 50 that thatthe th8ttbe
the ideas iII and the enthusiastic e cooperation coopera cooperatiOB cooperatJoR
tiOB of everybody in the service win be baavailable beavalJbJe beavailable
available Only in this way can realimprovements real realimprovements eal eallmHOYementB
improvements be made according to tothe tothe tothe
the Administration vie view of the situation situationFlorida sttuatlonFlorida sit ation ationFlorida
Florida Cypress Shingles Good for a alifetime alifetimeFrank alifetimeFrank
lifetime lifetimeFrank Frank LJbbey LIbbeyCct Co 6th N X Y VAve XAve
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