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Partly Part and Cloudy Saturday ruty Tonight Tonightand ht lhe hca a hfniton hiutou Time LAST ED EDER EnInON EDIIIONI EDIIIONIKEThEBER i i1TffiBER
1TffiBER ER 6893 Yesterdays Circulation 41486 WASHINGTON FRIDAY I EVE1 YG G NOVEMBER 38 8 1910 Twenty Pages Pages PRICE ONE pENT
SCHOOLS SCHOOLSPROBE ASSAILED ASSAILEDPROBE
rnUDL PROBE DDflDr IS JO 10 STARTED STARTEDBY QTAPTTn 01 STARTEDBY Alii LU LUBlair
BY BOARD MEMBER MEMBERBlairDoubts MEMBERBlair
Blair BlairDoubts Doubts Efficiency of ofTeaching ofTeaching ofTeaching
Teaching Corps Under UnderPresent UnderPresent UnderPresent
Present System SystemWOMEN SystemWOMEN Systemi
i WOMEN UNDERPAID UNDERPAIDSAYS UNDERPAIDSAYS UNDERPAIDSAYS
SAYS A A TSTUART TSTUARTLess T STUART STUARTLess STUARTTress
Less Accomplished A omplished In Washington WashingtonThan WashingtonThan WashingtonThan
Than In Other Cities It Is IsClaimed IsCIaim IsClaimedOpinions
Claimed CIaim ClaimedOpinions dOpinions Opinions Offered OfferedResults a OfferedResalts fiered fieredResults
Results of Charge Ch e That ThatTeachers TlzatT ThatTeachers
Teachers T eacTzers OverworkInvestigation Overwork Overworkj OverworkInvestigation
j Investigation to find out whether whetherWashington whetherWashingt whetherc
c Washington n School system reaches reachesthe reachesthe reachesthe
the standard set in other citiesdarted cities citiesstarted citiesrted
started by Henry P BWr BWrUnleSs Klair KlairUnless BlaiLUnless
UnleSs Unless all the e kickers come to me methere methere methere
there is something wrong7 wrong says saysBoard saysBoard
Board 3 ard of Education member memberWide memberWid memberWide
Wide Wid controversy c lntroversy aroused ty state statement statementbefore statement ¬
ment mentbefore before Board of Education Educationthat Educationthat Educationthat
that t teachers in Washington Washingtonschools Washingtenschools Washingtonschools
schools are overworked overworkedConditions everwerkeiCon everworkedConditions
Conditions Con to Jlere here regarded z as almost almostideaLiby a1m95ti4eaL almostideaL
ideaLiby ideaL by other cities declares decL es director di director mnctor ¬
rector rector of primary instruction instructionWhether instructionWhether instructionWhether
Whether the same regatta are areaccomplished 18accompUshed areacsompUsbed
accomplished ia la the t e course of o a nve nvehour be behour Sre Srehour
hour school day in Washington Washl gtoa as asether te teether IIIcther
ether eitiee is tn the subject of o an a ex extended extended extended ¬
tended Investigations n by Henry p Blair Blairnewest BIIr1 BIIr1newest Blairnewest
newest member ef < JM be Board of e Edu Education E + hl dvCation hlcation ¬
cation cationMr cationMr CationMr
Mr Blair aroused wide comment at
the he recent Board of Education on meeting S
by the statement that teachers ta the
Washington schools ww MIe already given
more to do than time to do It in and
by taking an incidental l8ekIe taI fling at tIN
business methods of o the Board o of Edu Education EIhIcatJolL ¬
carious cationEither catJolLElther cariousEither i
Either I catch all Ute k kfekers ekers or thr e
Is something decidedly wrong < with withsome wtthsome withsome
some features tet ta tea school system H de declared declare4i ¬
dared Mr Blair tc trly < 1ay To
I am not reedy ju F kJti time to k4li make makeany mall mallany d
any definite statement further r rwhat thaiwhat tINuiwh2t thai r
what I said at the board tpeet1U meeting Bat
it stand stands to reason that It an investiga investigation inveetigaLion tlga ¬
Lion proves that we are doing doIn lew ber h here re e
In the same time than thitin Is aeeompHshed aeeompHshedin aeo pliahed i
in other cities citle r we either arent arentping piaa piaaning piaanlng
ping e er r work right or our teaching t tforce I Iorce
force orce is Incompetent It is vp to us t tfind to tofind toftndowtwhk o
find ftndowtwhk ftndowtwhkOpiniens o out t Whieh WhiehOpiniens whlehOpinions
Opiniens Vary VaryThe VaryThe j jThe
The amount of work allotted to teach teachers teht ¬
t ers aroused wide tMoauooieii 11 I ft ta isdudes school schoolcircles s
I
circles today tQ and brought forth widely widelydivergent wWel7dlveneQt wadel wadeldivergent y
divergent opinions from various yarie 5 5ezecutivee school schoolexecutives SdIoelexecuth aL he l
executives executivesthis executh ezecutiveeI 8 8or
or have just one sentalce to 87 saythis 01 01this
this subject dectered Superintendent Superintendentof eDdeat eDdeatot t
of Schools Sob ols A A T Stuart I never saw sawa sawa s a apublic
a public school teacher who Rasn Rasnoverworked tnt wasntoverworked Wl tntoverworked t
overworked an and underpaid underpaidPresident underpaidPresident
President W 17 Cox o tIC the Board BoanEdueat1on 33osrdEducation of ofEducation
Education intimated lD = that tl0 amount amountof l laL 1It 1Itot
of work done by V xcaeiMua wawat un unduly 1IDdulY anduly ¬
duly excessiveTbe excessive excessiveThe XoeSG1Verhe
rhe The members of the th Board of e Edu Education Xducation Fducation ¬
cation are pretty hard workers W workersraid ne neeald M MsaldSchool
raid saldSchool School teaching iont t any easy easyJob e88Tjob
Job but I dont think our teachers gut suffer gutfer ¬ I
fer n mere than the average aV tender t in inother l lother J
other schools schools2Jiss schoolsMiss
Miss 31 Jl E E Brown B director of of prim primary pdmary pd pdary ¬ I
ary instruction who comes directly directlycontact in incontact IIIcontact
contact with teachers te ebefI ta grade school schooland se oobIand g gand
and who has made a close e study of ofconditions orcouditlons o oconditions f
conditions in other cities said that thatWashington thatWashington tha thaWashington
Washington teachers were to be con coaSratulated 001Igratulated conI
I Sratulated gratulated rather than pitied pttiedThe ttledThe pitiedThe
The program given our teachers teachersndoubtedly I is isundoubtedly Isundollht s
undollht u undoubtedly n do ubt e d ly heavy said cuss te Brown BrownThis BrOWJLThls sn ss s
uThis This is not a condition in Washington Washingtonalone W WSabtngwalone n naJone
alone aJone it is general There Ti ie more morebe e to tobe iewas
be be taught a a pupil now nowten than there was wasten wasten wassaf
ten years age It has now become becamequestion wasa a aQuestion aquestion
Question of whit wh to eliminate from oar oarcourses ourc on oncourses r
courses c urs not what to add As Asstage in any anysta aTstae safthaw
sta stage e of transition the workers natural naturally aatur1ly natural1y ¬
ly have to bear a heavier hordes burdenusual than thanusual tlIaausual
usual usualMuch Much Unassigned Time TimeBut TimeBtrt TimeBut
But though we give teachers a weekly week weekly ¬
ly 3 program shoWSa snowing how much tine tineproximately ap approximately ap approxlmately ¬
proximately should be devoted tostudy to each eachstudy eackirtudv
study she is left to work out the thebeet order orderthat orderthat
thattime that beet suits her The The11me unaest unaesttime unassao
time In various grades gra41 ranges froM frau
60 minutes to 1 125 minutes and I admit admitthat adadthat t tthat
that Is toe much muchThe muehThe niuekThe
The The Washington schools hve hvecome be become become > ¬
come widely known through otb otbcities other othercities otherclUes er
cities for the Ideal J relation between betweenparents 8etWIMRparents betw betwparents a
parents te teachers aad pvrrfls wt wtexists which whichexists wAlekexists
exists here It is a relation that closeIv close closely eloeeIv ¬
Iv resembles the home Jleae and not the theoldtime tile1dtlme th tholdtime s3
oldtime 1dtlme school scaooLp
p SL M Hughes said sal in his belieWashington belief beliefWashington bellelWashlngton f
Washington school teachers teae ers worked workedhard workedbard work workhard ed
hard but were not necessarily over overworked ovorworccc overworked ¬
worked workedWEATHER worcccWEATHER workedWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTFORBCA3T REPORTFORBCAST
i
FORBCA3T FOR THE DISTRICTPartly DISTRICT DISTRICTPartly DISTRICTPartl
Partly Partl cloudy tonight and Saturday Saturdaynot S InJanot Saturdaynot y
not much change in tompcratwa Hgnt Hgntto Jlgatto ll llto grit
to moderate variable winds wtodsTBMPKRATTJRBS whMIsTEMPBRATURBS windsTEMPI
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p P m In Low tide S3 a a IlL m and INl1t I tR p m 111 111TomorrowHigh d E j
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1849 19 p m In Low tide tide JJB l a a m > s DIll 3 lii 3pm 5 5p j
p pm pmCO m I
CONDITION CO qmON OF THE WATKRHARPRS WATKRi WATKR WATKRHARPBRS
i HARPERS FERRY W Va Nov NoY1S NoY1SBoth NovBoth 1 1Both
Both rivers rl ers dear today tGdqX25 todayE today3ras
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3ras 135 To Baltimore and Returnatonicvs Return SeturnSaturdays Return5aturdava
Saturdays atonicvs and SunctjsviaFeansylvanla SunctjsviaFeansylvanlaHaHroad sn Sita3al s via PeansylvanJa PeansylvanJaTickets 3
HaHroad S1Ialiroad Tickets good returning until untilSunday untitSunday nn tit
1 Sunday nlgnt All regular re 1llar trains except exceptbe exceptt t
t the be congressional Coa ssional Llnoltci L1m1tedAdn Adrc
I Dramatic DramatIClncidentS Incidents in Career Careerof Careerof I
of o Sims SimsJoin SimsJohn SimsJohn
John G Sims Washington agent agentfor agentfor agentfor
for for the Life e Insurance Company Companyof
of Virginia Virgi ia pleads guilty to an anindictment anindictment anindictment
indictment charging Vrr him with em embezzlement embezzlement embezzlement ¬
bezzlementThe bezzlement bezzlementThe bezzlementThe
The indictment contains ten counts countsranging countsranging countsranging
ranging from 60 to 2100 2 OO and andaggregating andaggregating andaggregating
aggregating SBdoe SBdoeArrest 3600 3600Arrest S6Arrest <
Arrest made i in a hospital where wherelay wherelay wherelay
lay ill from a sensational attempt attemptwhich attemptwhich attemptwhich
which he had d made to end his hislife hislife hislife
life lifeBecause lifeBecasse
r rBecallSe =
Because of hs good standingamong standing standingamong standingamong
among his employers and among amongWashington amongWashington amongWashington
Washington business men he my myobtain I1Uiyl mayobtain
l obtain a parole paroleILEIEMHT par paroleSIMS < le leSIMS
SIMS ADMITS GUILT GUILTIftEf GUILTr GUILTSn
ILEIEMHT ILEIEMHTPAQF IftEf BEZZLEr r ENT ENTCASE
CASE PAQF j ASKS A Sn Snj Q PAROLE PAROLEMan PABfll T TMan
Man Who Tried to End Life LifeConfesses LifeConfesses LifeConfesses
Confesses Robbing In Insurahce Insurance Insurafce
surahce surafceWAS Hrinr FiriliWAS
WAS TRUSTED TRUSTEDGood TRU TRUSTEDASENTPIOYE T p pAS
AS ASENTPIOYE ASENTPIOYEGood3aPutation EMPJiOYE
0 a ao aGood
o
Good Good3aPutation Reputation eput tion Held fi 1d Op U to Court Courtand ourt ourtand Courtand
and May Aid In Obtaining ObtainingHis ObtainingHis ObtainingHis
His Release ReleaseAppealing ReleaseAllJ ReleaseAppeahng
Appealing AllJ te the mercy of t the UteJ court churl7rita courtJ
J 7rita w G Stag former Wasfetegtoa Wasfetegtoaagent w wt wseltfagtoaagent
agent t for f the Life Insurance Company Companyof
of Virginia today pleaded gufitr gn1 te teCriminal faCrladaa1
Criminal Court Ke e Z te an iMifctn meat meatcharstag n nIbR > nt ntcharging
charging him with embesdaaeat embesdaaeatThe 91D1ter embeazletaonLThe I
The Indictment contained tea comvts comvtsthe i ithe
the th e amounts ragteg from e to f2m f2mthe Z Zthe 1Ii i itbe
the total awooat a nrtrt of the emoezziemeat emoezziemeatbe embendmeatbeing
be being ever vr v fMH fMHTbrtugb lZ j
Tbrtugb we K B E A Aaabrese br se Ma aateraey toraey toraeyuader ey
Xr SIMs ntacte an apZrsal Set a JIItUI8I8 JIItUI8I8lIMIer peawlounder
under the the new > jprobrvtlsa JU 11 It JajEy Jw layrandlt aad 4t 4ttllat t tuadersteod
uadersteod that tJ tbe the e ttfe iamraaee iamraaeeskSom a nraace raaee raaeewtU
canhp ray wtU make to vigOnHI owe oppesklsm j
skSom owih owteg to a aQcteinaatfog = tearUatiag cf drcum drcumseances dr re eiua m mstances
stances te the case Yr further te tevestlgation 11I1ptIon
vestlgation 1ptIon the pris priseaer aer was remaaded remaadedte e ew <
te jail HntM tit next week Chief JusticeQabeugh Justice JusticeQkLbaagh 1I8tice 1I8ticeQlabeug
QkLbaagh wilt pass on the motion DI then thenAttempt tit titAttempt
Attempt To End Life LifeThe LifeT1te LifeThe
The arrest of Simi Stm was made under underdramatic 1IDder4Iramatlc underdramatic
dramatic cedltiors C91M tlons while he lay + te l a ahospital SoIM
hospital sufferteg trom om the t te results re of ofan oCan
an attempt te end his tt life e A guard guardwas pardwas
was placed over him at the theand hospital hospitaland
and when he had Mct sufficiently sut ele tly recovered recoveredfrom recrveredfrom reerveredfrom
from the effects eets of his suicide an anlie atyeapthe attempt attempthe
he was placed in jaIL The grs d Juryreturned Juyretur1Hd Jury
returned an indictment last wtfvk wtfvkIt W wcera wceraIt L LIt
It was In the latter part of Sfj September Septemberthat teMber teMberthat
that Sims made the attempt at seif seifdeetructlon seItcJeetnaeUoa seifdestruction
destruction deetructlonCompany cJeetnaeUoaCompl1ny
Company WasSuspiciDas WasSuspiciDasLooking W WasSuspiciossLooking S11Spicio1S S11Spicio1SLeoklog
Looking for a wottre for OI the act acto ACt skiofScers I
offteers o fteers of the insurance oorajny be became be beCIIIe ¬
came suspicious that he was short in inhis Inhla
his accounts and expert accHmtants accHmtantswere aCQ aoowniarhLswere YnuftW YnuftWwerf >
were put to work on the books In the thecompany thecompany thecompanys
company local office Defalcations Defalcationswere DetaJct1onWtre Deftiicatioihswere
were discovered and Dd a warrant ob ohtamed obtained ¬
tamed tainedBefore tamedBefore tamedBefore
001
Before SlIDE attempted suicide He Hehad 1Mhad behad
had a good reputation and this is ex expected expected ¬
pected to aid In getting parole paroleUK p role roleMARINE
UK MARINECORPS CORPS HEAD HEMON HEADON
ON RETIRED ETIREUMa LIST LISTMaj LISTMaj
Maj Ma j Gen Elliott Comman Commandant Commandant ¬
dant Will Step Out OutNovember OutNovember
November 30 30Maj 30Maj
n
Maj Gen George Geo George e Frank BtHett tt com commandant cmmaadaDt ¬
mandant of the Marine Corps was byorders by byorders hyonlers
orders issued i today tod y placed upon the re retired retired
tired riot Jf8t his retirement to take effect effectXovember o oficetbloE eet eetNO
Xovember NO bloE DIh ber r Si SiSecretary IlL IlLSeeretary
Secretary of the 7 Navy avy a Meyer baa ex expressed QXpre ¬
pressed eclbls his intention
of appointing a atemporary j
temporary acting commandant for the theMarine tileKadDe theMarine
Marine Corps pending legislation by
Congress which will be asked aek for next I
seeeton sion making the position po of crmfour cmmandant com commandant
mandant an omce of detail lasting < only I Ifour
four years Instead of until retirement retirementthat retkenhntas
as at Ke present eI1t It is generally believed I
that Colonel Riddle the ranking DklDg Hne Hnecolonel I
colonel of the corps will be detailed as asacting
I acting commandant after November KovemberBEEF NovemberBEEF 99 j
BEEF TRUST GETS GETSCHANGE GETSCHANGE
CHANGE OF VENUE VENUECHICAGO VENUECHICAGO E
CHICAGO Nov ZS 8Juclge Judge Ken KenesawMountain aw awueuataIn x
Mountain L LqjdIs wlis today ruled that b bwas be bewas heyas e
was not quqaiSed q tiled to hear the Govern Governments GovnlI Governaiemt ¬ I
ments aiemt s casegalnst case gainst meat packers who whoare whoare
are accused of conspiring to form formCOIDWRatJon a acombination
combination In restraint of trade Ho HowIU H Hwill
will grant the change of venue asked SItedby asit asitby ed
by the attorneys tt rneys fo for the > he packers peckersTM packersThu
TM Th change was asked on a the ground groundthat roundmat <
that several years yearnago ears ago Judge Landis Landistnen l2ad1stbeR
then an attorney y served in the thecation prose proseeutlon
etrtioa of a Beef trust case caseJudge caseudge caseJ
J Judge Landis did not say whether he heeuld heweuJd hosend
weuJd euld send the case to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates Unit UnitedStates
States Circuit Court or r whether he hewould hewouJd bewould I
would appoint another judge or G the theUnited theUDited tdi tdiUnited e I
United States district court to bear it itIn It Itxu itIl
In view lew of the averments in the pe petition pe petl p ptition e ¬ I
tition tl OR for a change c 8Dge of venue and a of the theproximity eN
proximity N proxiu xlmIty of my activity in tile in tavestfgattoa int1g
vestfgattoa t1g Uoa of thIs subject subject it IE plain plainI pltti n
I caaaot hear tiM case cue said the them theIn judge judgein
in raaKJns mai ng the ruling I
iii I I Marital arltal Troubles Taken to Courts for Adjustment t
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COUNT ALEXANDER A T FX A OXER VON MOU MOURIK DE BEAUFORT I COUKJESS COWE SS DE BEAUFORT BEAUFORT7 FORMERLY ZORMERLYI IR1r IRMA KL RIUGALLEN KLGAIIEN
I GALl GAIIEN H
LAWYERS LA WYERS r1 WIFE WIFESEEKS WIFESEEKS WIFEV
V SEEKS A DIVORCE DIVORCEMrs
Mrs Charlotte Weikert Wants Husband Arrested to toPre toPrel toPreventjIis Pre Prevent
l vent ventjIis tfi His Alleged Proposed Pro ed FlightFrom Flight Flightfi fi
f H < From FromCitu City iJ iJt
t J I J c f
V rFearing VV
Foarlng that her b 1M husthand u s b an Clyde BWeikert B BWeikert
Weikert a wenknown wJ1 young Wash Washington Wa5ki Wsshiagtan ¬
ington i attorney aatttest whom she to today to todar today 131 ¬
day flted et a suit for K absolute divorce divorcewould dtyorcew divorcewould
would w leave Te the e city T before Me the e eeoaJcl papers paperseooM paperscould
could bes be served cI rv d lien XaIi Charlotte Weikert Wetkertobtained Weikertobtained WeikertobtaIDed
obtained am order fielD Justice u Stafford Staffordot StaffordoC Staffordor
ot the District Supreme Sapr me Court C ert reautr reautrlag reQulrlag requiring
lag the defendant to famish a bond ofSii of ofn etiIJIt
n iIJIt Sii < HW or go to Jail JailThe jailThe jailThe
The order was placed ed te the hands handsof hand5or handsor
or the marshal ma abel wbo was told that the theyoung tileYOtl theyoung
young YOtl lawyer could be found in a cer eartain certain certain
tain Turkish bath house A deputy deputymarshal deputYme deputymashat
marshal me was sent sea after Weikert WeikertTbe WeikertThe V
The Wetkerts were married at Atlantic Atlanltie Atlan Atiantic ¬
tic City In September September11 K98 and soon soonafter soenafte seenafter
after took up resfdeaee in Chevy Chase ChaseJOBS ChaseJOBS ChaseJOBS
ltie
JOBS JOBS IN MM MMHome PANA PANAMATO A ATO
TO BE BOYCOTTED BOYCOTTEDHome
Home Workmen Will Not NotFill NotFHI NotFill
Fill Places If I f StrikeIs Strike StrikeIs StrikeIs
Is Called CalledST
ST LOUIS Mo Nov Nov IS 18In In the theeveat thement theevent
event that demands of the boilermakers beilermakersengaged beiJennaKer5engag boilermakersengaged
engaged te the Panama Panama Canal zone zone arerefused are ererefused arerefB6ed
refused by the Government and those thoseworkmen thosewerkJftea thoseworkmen
workmen who quit yesterday effect a ageneral ageneral ageneral
general Tike e the the canal vacancies willnot will wMlnot wJIlnot
not be i ilMled filled by mechanics from the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States StatesThis StateLThis StatesThis
This declaration was made today by byJ byJ bya
J a A A Franklin president of o the International Inter International Internatlonal ¬
national Boilermakers Union here hereI hereI
I dont think there will be a strike strikein strikeIn strikehr
in Panama said the boilermakers boilermakerspresident boilermakerspre boilermakerspresident
president pre ldeat who is attending the Ameri American American American ¬
can Federation Fe Ol1tlonot of Labor convention conventionIf
If th x le e Is a strike however the theboUemuJcers theIbo theboleninkern
Ibo boUemuJcers rmtkers employed on the canal will wUlDOt wiltnot willnot
not be Interfered with by men from fromI fromhome
I home The trouble Is not alone a ques question
I of wages They are asking nski sixteen sixteendays sixteendays sixteendays queaI
days large on full pay just as Is given givenemployes givenemployee hen I
I employes In the civil service serviceIt
I It was queer that the President Presidentshould PresidentI Presidentshould I
should have refused to see the boilermakers boiler bobermakers
I makers when he went to Panama forthe for forthe fore
the e purpose pu of investigating investigatingI
I A Cabinet earc meeting meet1n was held for thediscussion the thediscussion thedlecu
discussion e1on of the workmens conditions conditionsi I IA
A decision was withheld until President Presidentby PresidentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft could Obtain first band knowledgeby knowledge I II
by a visit isit to the canal When hen he got gotthere gotthere gotthere
there he said he was compelled to tohurry toUhurry tohurry
I hurry onPresident on onPresident onPresident
President Franklin had been advised advisedthat advisedI advisedthat
that 1 HI bottermakers quit work warkIate late yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday because President Taft had hadasked hadasked hadasked
I asked them to await his return to the theUnited theUnlte4i
United States for a reply to their de deimaads de deJJJBDds demands
imaads imaadsWIDOW JJJBDds JJJBDdsI
WIDOW GETS HALF HALFOF HALFOF
I
OF SWAN ESTATE ESTATEBy
By the will of William D Swan who whodied whodied whodied
died October 1 1d his estate w which lah is isvalued isvalued isvalued
valued at about 20000 20000 Ol will be divided dividedbetween dividedbetween dividedbetween
between his widow Mrs Martha J JSwan ISwan JSwan
Swan Swan and his daughter Mrs Alice AliceOrvfe AliceOrvde
Orvfe after a stepdaughter stepd ughter hter Clara ClaraStewart
Stewart has been paid 200 200The 200The 200 200Tbe
The will of John Krause which was wasalso
also filed in Probate Court leaves eaves his hisU6
12000 SI fA estate to his wife Mrs HarrietCranes Harriet HarrietKrause HarrietraUse
Krause and on her death the will pro provides ¬
vides that thatjhe the the property shall go to his hischildren hiscltlklren
children Ernest Ern L Lo Pauline E E and andElmer andI andElmer
Elmer C C Krause SrausoJ
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A few ntontHe uNW8lk aXterMae af4an tbe crime macrfejga Xr MrWe i
I We Weikert W8lk kart rt aNegas ner JI8r Iahband Unite and began t tdrtek te tedrtDk todrink 1
drink to excess and te treat her In a abrats abrutal
I I
brats manner mannerta mannerShe
i She anee a1Iegea that s ty at a few weeks 0
i ta trying to poem pu liar nor into a bath r room + eore
I ta toe Ontario apartment house her I
llaa husband severely crushed her It left arm 1 1I
I Mrs Weikert avers In her petition
that last week sue met her husband h husbandanotheeyoung i
and another anotheeyoung young woman together etber on onI J
the street and that a scene resulted
I when she demanded that he accompany
bar home At that time tIIge she says say her heradmlttecl I
tea husband admitted that he 0 as s In love lovewith lovewith
with the other woman and ar would j > I
with with her wherever she want W1 anted n o nl him 10
In requesting recue that her nushand hu iand n4 b 11 11In
placed in bond Mrs Weikert claimed I Ithat
that he had told h her r he was going gol to
FMiadelpba either today or tomorrow tomorrowIUZZLES tomeriowmZZlES tomorrowMUZZLES
MUZZLES ON DOGS OOGSARE DOGSARE DOGSARE
ARE THERE THERENo TO STAY STJHfNo
No Expectation That One OneYear OneYear OneYear
Year Order Will Vill Be BeRevoked BeRevoked BeRevoked
Revoked RevokedPresident RevokedPresNeRt RevokedPresident
President indications point to no revo revocation revo revocatIen revocation ¬
cation of the order adopted by the theCern theCernmlS8 Com Cammfseleners Commissioners ¬
missioners mlS8 Klers August 11 providing JMov for the themuzzling themuzzling themuzzling
muzzling of alt dogs te the District Districtof Districtof
of Columbia CoI mWa for a period of one year
Commissioner Commls loner Rudolph t several months monthsago monthsago meatloago
ago announced that with the beginning beginningof beginn1nor
of cold weather he would bring to the theconsideration theconstderatlon theconsideration
consideration of the board the t l revoca revocation revocation revocation ¬
tion of the order The Commissioner Commissionersaid Comm188ionersaid Commissionersaid
said that personally he was not In thor thorough tbOC tbOCough thorough ¬
ough sympathy with the ordinance and andcould andcouJcI andcould
could see ee no necessity nec for itsr continu eontinaance continuance continuance ¬
ance throughout the winter months monthsCoHiratsstoner monthsCOII1m monthsCommissioner
Commissioner COII1m oer Johnston Is of the opln opinion oplnIon oplnlon ¬ i
ion however that the muzzle m DJe order ordershould ordershould ordershould
should continue in effect for a a period of ofone ofone ofone
one year In this he Is upheld by
Health H alth Officer Woodward troeri noon whose whoserecommendation whoecr
recommendation r mmfUdatI n the ordinance was wasadopted WBSadopted wasadopted
adopted adoptedIt
It was said today that that as the matter
is under the immediate jurisdiction of
Comm1s Commissioner loner Johnston his opinion will willprobably HI HIprobably
probably prevail prevailNumerous prevallNumerous prevailNumerous
Numerous protests pro 4Sts against the ordi ordinance ordinance ordiranee ¬
nance were made by dog g owners O DWS and andculminated anclculmlDted andculminated
culminated in a petition forwarded to tothe tothe tothe
the President and sent by him to theCommissioners the theCommissioners meCommissioners
Commissioners No opinion was expressed ex expressed expressed ¬
pressed by the President as to the ne necessity n ncesslty necessity ¬
cessity for Its revocation revocationPOSTMASTERS revocat1onPOSTMASTERS revocationPOSTMASTERS
POSTMASTERS PLAN PLANTO PLANTO PLANTO
TO CONVENE HERE HERENational HERENational HER HERNational E
National Association Informs InformsChamber InformsChamber InformsChamber
Chamber of Commerce It Will WillHold WinHold WillHold
Hold Convention Here HereThe HereTho HereThe i
The conventions committee of th thChamber the theChamber theChamtJer e
Chamber of Commerce has secured snother an another another ¬
other convention for Washington WashingtonGranviHe WashingtonGranville VasblnstonGranville
Granville Hunt chairman todayrelved today todayre todayreCElved re received ¬
ceived word from the National Associa Association Association Association ¬
tion of Second and Third CJa Cuts i Post Postmasters Postmasters Postmasters ¬
masters that they had ad accepted the theChambers th thchambers e
Chambers Cb invitation to come to Wash1nrton Washinajon Wash WashInjrton
Injrton for thi tbrr tltrlr r annual meeting meetln In Oc dotuber October October ¬ I
tober next vear vearAbout vearAbout veerabout
About 390 delegates de1eoate3are are expected
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to s Jwve t to two > o Itttle scsefons Hth yfiitt tt tIN e CM ChM1oast CMvenatiamUtat 011eap
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1Ie 31o wa reedy except for dM feet ismIda that thatI
I his lawyer bad quit Ute ease easetJM because becausee
tJM th e eversatk aunt has been u TIIIubIe a ooa ooav ooaI
venatiamUtat venatiamUtatThe v versatk + tl1aL tl1aLThe
I The count tad te defend del Mmseif ht tnreif tnreifthe te tethe
I the Harrison street municipal court CDWta OK OKa
a charge of disorderly dl onkd conduct coRfuct as a atntli re resuit re
I suit of a scene he te said to have Ita Itai haveat made madeformerly
i at St St MINs Hop where W idsformterly wtfiIt wtfiIti wthh
i formerly Irma Kllgallen daughter claug of ofmiIbhearte a aChicago ai
i Chicago millionaire is suffering sttifa iag fran trMRi rom roma
i a a broken ankle and other injuries Injuriescome wMea wMeasome wtIichMUte
some of the counts eouatseDelltles enemies have at attributed tI attribcited ¬
I tributed to a ag ftgllt t with the count countLater CCMmtI
Later he had to defend a suit for for1iW fortiled bf 90 90filed
I filed by a haberdasher for recplondont recplondontraiment ce4leadcraiment I Lt Lti
i raiment The count expects to Bad Badnew Stittnew a ai
i new attorney at once onceCount oaceCouttAJexander onceCount
Count CouttAJexander Alexander de e Beaufort tech techhad today todayhad tIOd8Tbcl y
had an n offer o er ef 1 UGI Utt a week to tomoaolOfrQe to So e emonologue a amonologue a
monologue on the b big vaudeville va1l ftl1e a cir circuits cJruI ekcults ¬
cults uI but he MId he would decline declineThe tne tneoffer tlteotIer
offer offerTbe
otIerThe
The count bates notoriety ne 1M says saysaad sassand
and does not want any more e than thanoomiag is isMloaa isto
oomiag to tIII dally III Ch nlcago alias Mloaajob X Xtime aliashowever
time however he Is hUfttIBg hunt ahe a job but buthe 1Mtthe
he admitted that he coa could act pose poeefore posefore be before ¬
fore the footlights as do does s Miss liliesJean lAma LavraJean lAmaJeaJl
Jean Libby and give authentic auUJ advice adviceto A4kleeto o oto
to the lovelorn loveioraIn lo loIn lovelornIn
In fact he Is looking for a lltUe the adi adivice 1 1vice advice
vice himself himself1C hltMelfW himselfvt
1C W vt C Till TillMemorial T T1 U HONORS HONORSFRANCES HONORSMemorial
FRANCES FRANCESILLARE FRANCESILLAREAre WILLARD WILLARDI WILLARD11emorial
I
Memorial Services ServicesFRANCESILLARE Are Held HeldAt HeldAt Het HetAt e1
At Her Statue In InCapitol InCapitoL InCapitol
CapitolHaded Capitol CapitoLHaMd
Haded by the belligerent belligerent belligerentMrs smasher smasherMrs 811H1Sberxs
sthha9berf
Mrs xs Carry OUT A A Nation a delegation delegationbi > of ofSea f I
bi Sea 1 t temperance women representing representingevery repceeeatlmevery j jOVer
every State in the Union arrived arrivedWaehlmgton in inWashington faIii j jTuIk
Washington TuIk this morning from Balti Baltimore BeMij Ba Bamore Iii ¬
more where they have e attended the thetional na national > ¬
tional W V C c T U coaventiOB conentloamarched conlvveadonmarched and andmarched I
marched upon the Capitol CapitolNotwithstanding CapitolNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding the t e fact that she shehad s ohhad e ehad I
had just declared that the t e temp tempwomen temperaaee temperaaeewomen crease I Iwomen
women of America needed to center centertheir cent eT I
their efforts fforts upon the legislative halls hallsof hell hellof eTa eTs s I Iot
of the Capitol CaJ l1ol Mrs Nation Na oR took tookeab a i icab
cab at a t the station and ands < proceeded proceededdown proeeilt1Mdown pr prdown eceaded
down town on business instead Insteadaccompanying of ofaccompanying ofaccompanying
accompanying the delegates to States StatKary Stat1lary Statesany
ary Hall where elaborate memorial memorialservices memorialservIces memori memoriservices
services were held at the foot of ofstatute the thestatute I
statute of Frances E E Willard WillardWith WillsrdWith WillardWith
With prayer song and eulogies eulogiestional ra rational raI n ¬
tional and an local temperance leaders leaderspaid
paid tribt tribute to to the dead leader of oftheir oftheir o otheir f I
their cause while from m the gallery galleryan gape gapean rr
an audience of several hundred people peopleIcfoked peopleldoked peop peopidoked k J
Icfoked on and Joined In the singing singingThough singingThough singingThough
Though the temperance women of ofAmerica o oAmerica f
America America according to a statement statementmade statementmade statem statemmade ef t 1
made by Mrs Irs Margaret Dye Bills Emschaiman Elli Ellichairman efs s
chairman of the national legislative legl legieiativcommittee lat1va e
committee W C C T U Uwill will probably probablyattempt prokblyattempt y I
attempt to secure legislation against againstthe agai agaithe set i
the liquor traffic from Congress Congressmeeting the themeeting themeeting
meeting held this mornY inorang morn g was e en entlroly entlrely n
tlroly in the nature of a memorial J emorlal to toMiss toMiss t 0
Miss WUlard and no mention of the thewhisky thewhisky t twhisky he
whisky evil was made wadi The statue statueof statueof stet stetof
of the great founder of o the organisa organisation or Saba ¬ I IUon
tion was completely hidden at Its itsby base baseby bseby a
by splendid white and yellow enrys enrysanthemums sluryaanthemums i ianthemums
anthemums ta which were added acldeoraI a afloral a afloral
floral oraI tribute trl ute of rose roses sent by the theIllinois t tIllinois Ire
Illinois delegation tlt9j
u S SPARIS TAR TARIS
IS SLAIN SLAINPARIS
PARIS Nov 1SAccordlng IS According to a Cherb Cher Cherbenrg CherItMrg
b benrg rg dispatch to Llntransigeant bloody bloodyriots bloodyrIMs bloodytarts
riots occurred there early tdday between betweenthe betWeeBtJM betweenthe
the sailors of the second division of theAmerican the theAmerican
IAmerkan American fleet and French soldiers soldiersThe soldiersI soldiersThe
I The body of an American sailor wastlater waslater was wasItor
later found floating In the inner port portthe portthe portthe
tlater
the dispatch says saysAll saysAll
I All the patrols in Cherbourg are new nowcarrying newlng newcarrying
carrying lng onus with bayonets attached attachedto
i to prevent another attack by the theAmericans theAmericans theAmericans
Americans who are alleged to have havebeen havebeeni been beenthe beenthe
i the aggressors In todays fight fightVictim fightTHRUST
THRUST INTO TRUNK TRUNKWHilE TRUNKHLLE
WHilE HLLE STILL ALIVE ALIVEf ALIVE ALIVEMANIS
f MANIS AN IS LEFT TO TODIE TODIEVictim DlE DlEI
Victim In Latest Murder MurderMystery MurderI MurderMystery
I
I Mystery Partly Identi Identified IdentiI Identifled ¬
I fled By Police PoliceAUTOPSY PoHt PoliteAUTOPSY e
AUTOPSY PROVES PROVESDOCTORS1 PROVESDOCTORS PROVESDOCTORS
DOCTORS THEORY THEORYTraces THEORYTraces THEORTraces Y
Traces of Hemorrhage In One OneLung OneLung On OneLung
Lung Believed to Mean MeanAsphyxiation MeanAsphyxiation MeanAsphyxiation
Asphyxiation AsphyxiationNBW
NEW YORK Nov K i1be The start startJoiD startJoiDvecy startling startlingdiscovery np npeSseevery =
discovery vecy was as made today that the he kuJDaB beman
man remains found in a trunk aadte aadteoaeed ad oJn oJnoe in incooed
cooed ic l zinc r1Be at 4if 4 West Fifthfourth Fifthfourthstreet Ftftheurthstreet Fifthfourthstreet
street street were those of a man who whobeen had hadbeea Jtadbeea
ladd
beea thrust into U th trunk alive and andwho aDdWM an anwho d
who had been a asphyxiated datecl after it w wocked was waslocked Waftlocked a s
locked l and hermetically coaledplaster sealed with withpiaster withplaster
plaster eJ parts partsThe NirisThe pansThe
The mystery is ORe of the moat bat bafftteg balng batSing
Sing lng aDd gruesome eme that ever confront confronted ¬
ad tile New w York police policeCoolers JtOIIc8CtKs policeCoroners
Coolers Pnysieiaa a jr T D 3Jeaiaa 3Jeaiaaaad XeehanJohn Meehanand 8haa
and Prof John MeAHfcjtar p perform performan performed performedSJR performeda
SJR a aatepsy upon tne xoniaias Coda M4asvery Codawlhgi a aWIMt
WIMt 1II1Jkt llepreads Uie Uiecry R d 1fLil cUlt
svery 8 that tae t1te1IW1ie theaatc < msar Md A been i paceiNrtrr ptecatf ptecatfIfcrtrjj pace e6idrg ed
Ifcrtrjj iNrtrr trr rg lain the trunk truckCause trunkCause truakCause
Cause of DeathThe Death DeathThe
I The left lung showed traces of a hem hemorrhage eIBIOCTItage hamorrbage ¬
IOCTItage orrhage which the doctors declared declaredbad tleelaredh84 deelar ed
bad beeR caused by aephyxiattea sephyxiationi
I i A police dragnet was thrown set t hods hodsn day1ft
te n the attempt to ADd nd a cola waiter wakerkaowa waiterknown Waiteknown r
known ae W vT Lewis aa and t th thus clear up upthe u p pthe
the mystery mysteryBy Dl7s1eryBy
By the merest t chance the aid trunk tamkwhich trunkwhich
which had JaH been stored away fer years yearsJa y ts
1 ta the basement ef the apartment house bouseat houseat e
at 41S West Fiftyfourth street s eet w was WaI3openecl t3 t3opened
opened by Philip Meaghr an oeoupant oeoupantof ocoapa ocoapaof nt
of the house and before his startled startledgaze startledgae
gaze the nude and decomposed body bodya of ofa orI
a human being was exposed exposedI exposedT exposedThe
I I The T e police at first thought the remains remainswere remelnswere
were thed t1he4 of a a woman
1
I The trunk was lined with zinc zincthe and andj
j this was sealed with plaster of Saris to toprevent topreye 0
prevent t the odor of o decaying HUSO from fromescaping remescaping foe m
escaping There were a couple of o onewspapers old oldnewspapers oldDeW9Ppers ld
newspapers bearing the dates of April Apr il
17 ad M x9f 39 J9tL
J9tLTrunk
Trunk Seize SeizetLEight SeizeXlght SeizedEight
Eight years ago Lewfe Lew a waiter waiterboarded waIterbMnIetl r
boarded te s the Sleaghor home At Attarns that thattime t ttiDM
time they resided In another partthe part of ofthe ofthe
the city Lewis left his room owing owingroom ewingroom owi owiroom a
room rent reo so the Meagher family seized seizedhis seizedhis seiz seizhis ed
his trunk Del herd h 3d it as surety They Theydid Theydid The Thedid y
did not open the trunk thinking thinkingLewis that thatLewis thatLewis
Lewis would return for or It it IB the course courseof courseof car carof T5e
of time it was forgotten whenfamily When the thefamily thefaJBlly
family moved Into Fiftyfourth street streetthe streetthe screethe t
the trunk was placed in the basement basementwhere Da48mentwhere basemenwhere
where it collected dust and cobwebs cobwebsThe c cobwebsThe ltwe s sThe
The janitor j Rttor of the house complained complainedof complain complainof
of the room which the trunk took up npp upMeagher so soMeagher soI
Meagher decided to open it to see ifdld If be becould hecould
I cou could find Bra Bralives dld d some trace of Lewis role relatives reltlves ¬
lives tlves intending to send It to them themThe tJtemTH themThe
The name W W Lewis was painted paintedin paint
in white letters upon the outside of oftrunk t the thetrunk thetrunk he
trunk trunkThe trunkTIM trunkThe
The police learned le rned today they theythat say saythat ytMt
that Lewis was very friendly with a girl girlnamed blrlD8med gi ginamed rI
named Wlnton and that a iie disappea disappeashout disappeared disappearedabout dlsppearedout
about out the same time that Lewis dmpp dmppout dropped droppedout droppedeut ed
out of sight sightCANNON sightCANNON
CANNON WILL STAY STAYIN STAYIN STAYIN
IN DANVILLE AWHILE AWHILESpeaker AWHILESpeaker E
Speaker Declines to Spend Than Thangiving Thanks Thanksgiving Thanksgiving k S ¬
giving on Mourners Bench BenchIn BenchIn
In Washington WashingtonUndo WashingtonUncle
Undo Joe J Cannon will w I not be in any anyburry
hurry to come back to Washington Wa and andJoin andjoin
Join any old cronies on the mourners mournersbench mourners mournersbeDeh mouse mousebelch rs
bench Secretary ry Busbey has received receivedtelegram a atelegram
telegram from the Speaker attaouthc announcing announclnbthat n g
that he has a powerful lot ef private privatebusiness pri pribusiness te tebusiness
business to attend to In Danville and aJ d dthat
that he is going g gain lng to stay there and at attend attend a t ¬
tend to It ItTo It ItTo
To Speaker s er Cannon Danville Danv le loo looks looksmbrhty Joaksm its
mbrhty m hty good as m 8 t place In which to bury buryelection buryeJ1ctkln but s
election sorrows OXTOWSThe orrowsThe
The election of November 8 did hot hotgive riotgive n of
give Uncle Joe TOfu much to be thankful thankfulfor than kflil kflilme l lfor
for but he h will eat his turkey at home homewhsre ho me
where he will not have his meal spoil spoiled spoiledby spoiledby
by disgruntled RepublicansIt Republicans
It te net expected that Speaker Cannon Cannonwill CannonWi11 Cann Cannwail n
will reach Washington for a week or t ten tendays tends en
days
SOUSA WELL WELL AGAIN AGAINNEW
I NEW H HAVBV i VE Fc Conn Nov IS ISJohn ISJohnPbUlp 150 John JohnPbtiip h hm In InPhilip
Philip Sousa Sousatbe t the a bandmaster and com comser camI co coposer m
I poser > ser of marchw has left the tkeIHaven Nev Nevaven N ev
IHaven Haven aven Hospital entirely entiroly cured of o1recent his il3recent
recent attack ot malaria
CHIMOMEfiS CHIMOMEfiSMm CHGAGOPA CHIPACkERS0BER ICAGO KERS KERS8R
8R Mm 0BER ER rneursSUPPLY WORLDS WORLDSSUPPLY WORLDSV
V V SUPPLY OF fflEJSTWith MEAfVith MEAL
1 1With
With No Competition They TheyArc TheyAre TheyArc
Arc Ready for Democrats Democratsto
to Remove Duty DutyCONSULS DutyCONSULS DutyCONSULS
CONSULS REPORTS REPORTSDISCLOSE REPORTSDISCLOSE REPORTSDISCLOSE
DISCLOSE FACTS FACTSCompanies FACTSCompanies FACTSCompanies
Companies In South America Not NotEntirely NotEntirely NotEntirely
Entirely Owned Own By U S Capi Capitalists Capita1is CapitalistsAre ¬
talists ta1is talistsAre Are Said to Be In Pact PactHow PactHow PactHow
How Chicago Cf cago Packers Hold HoldWorld HoWWorld Ho Ed EdWorld
World in GraspAnticipating Grasp GraspAnticipating GaspAnticipating
Anticipating meat would be placed placedon
on the free list they went into intoSouth inteSouth intoSouth
South America and began baying bayingnp buyingup bayingup
up only competition com tition of any anydanger anydanger
dangerArgentina danger dangerArgentina dangerArgentina
Argentina is nov no practically dom dominated deminated dominated ¬
inated by Chicago packers packersWhere packersWhere packersWhere
Where unable tc buy buyout out competi competitors competitors ¬
tors tors American Ame an packers have en entered entered entered ¬
tered ito agreements agreementsReports agreemeI1tsReports agreementsReports
Reports to Department ef Commerceand Commerce Commerceand Commerceand
and Labor La or show how meat companies companiesin
in Argentina n2 make big profits profitsInstead profitsInstead profitsInstead
Instead of sending their own beef beefto beefto beefto
to the United States when scarc scarcity scarcity scarcity ¬
j ity in to this ceanry sends prices pricesup pricesup pricesup
up packers seed their Argentina Argentinaproduct Argentinaproduct Argentinaproduct
product to Eurepe EurepeThat EurepeThat
That the Chicago meat packers are In Inabsolute 111ab
absolute ab control l o of the meat supply of ofthe oftbe
the world with the possible exception exceptionof
of that in Australia ana that t they tlt have havealready haveaJeadT havealready
already intrenched ched thenhs themselves vas in South SouthAmerica SovtIaJger1ca SouthA
Jger1ca A America erlca to prevent competition coiupetit an te the
Untied States IB the event ellt a Democratic ZteseeratfcHouse DemeeratJcHOtitie
House puts meet OB the free list Jtst is isdisclosed Isdt isdisclosed
disclosed te reports received by the tfeeDepariswot thec thet
Depariswot t c > K C o Ooonn ea1 pea ad Etcheri Labor Laborit
it 13 i Sooth S American oemmeeeial oemmeeeialagtas OMI BS BSagtns
agtns agtasArgentina agtnsArgentiINL agtnsArgentina
Argentina and the United States Stat are arethe aretbe arethe
the two greatest gr meat producing predudtag piod eIa coontries aMID countries aMIDtrtes ¬
tries in the wedd It has generally
been supposed first Argentina eatin would wouldfurnish wwturnlsh wthaidfurnish
furnish the meats t te enter into lat compe competition co cotltion ¬
tition with the Chicago CIIle c packers as assoon asn
soon n as the duty wag takes tak off by
Con Congress eee It DOW develops that the theChicago theC theChicago
Chicago C packers vein be little concerned concernedabout ceBC4rDedabout
about a tariff OB meats Mots since their in interests lDterests ¬
terests in Argentina Un have va become so soextensive 50ex1e
extensive ex1e e that they dominate the themarkets themarkets
markets there there J jest st as ta the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and where they have been un unable 1tDaBle tsachit ¬
able to buy outright they have entered enteredinto enter8clInto
into agreements a eem8Dts as te setting prices pricesetc pdeeeetc prisesetc
etc etc
etcOne
One of the latest reports received at atthe atthe atthe
the Department t of Commerce aDd La Interests Labor Laboo ¬
boo states that the extent et the itJ ir irterests
terests of the Chicago Cblca o packers In Argen Argentina ¬
tina is only partially known to the pub ¬
lic Ue but they admittedly hold two of ofthe
the seven companies engaged te i the theproduction theCoouction theproduction
production and export of coldstorage coldstoragemeat colde coldstoragemeat e emeat
meat and are believed te have at least leasta leasta
a working understanding uJMl with several severalef severalot
ef the others They have e also secured securedaad
land aad for the purpose of establishing e Bs new newplants newpants
plants pantsSpecific
Specific Instances i jTwo iTwo
Two avowedly T Xorth American com companies com1M1nlee ¬
panics says a report to the depart department department ¬
meat ment are the La Platte Gold Storage StorageCompany Stw e eCompany
Company and the LA Blanca Company CompanyThe l alBpBy alBpByThe paar
The former since coming under uDd its pres present present ¬
ent control has risen from a state e einsignificance oC oC11nsI
insignificance to that of the thesingle largest Jargeatsingle largestsingle
11nsI single producer m the Argentine fieldTaken field fieldTaken fieldoTaken
Taken together the La Platt ADd the theLa theLa
La Blanca companies last year Y r pro produced ¬
duced a third of o Argentines total out output eutut outyut ¬
put ut of cold storage sto e Dee reef and almost as aslarge aslarge aslarge
large a proportion ProJHH OIl of o the mutton D andlamb and andiamb aadlamb
lamb Their rapid expansion is Indi Indicated JBdIC8ted Iadicased ¬
cased by the tact that Jointly they
have chartered all the space te the thenineteen theulneteen
nineteen new steamships ordered bythe by bythe b bthe
the Nelson N e1son Hue lor t l the nver Plate fresh freshmeat fnt h hmeat
meat trade Tb The importance of the tneposition tJHHJSIUOn
position of the Chicago o companies in inArgentina lDArgentina isArgentina
Argentina is that apparently it itputs I IUts itputs
puts the meat industry of the two t prin principal prinCipal ¬
cipal producing countries in the saute santehands saa saahands sautehands
hands Argentina now occupies the theplace theplace theplace
place formerly held by the UnitedStates United UnitedStates UJdtedStates
States as So purveyor of beef to Europe Kuropethe Europetile Europethe
the increase te the home coasunapOoK coasunapOoKhaving coamiraptioahaving
having ha ing cut down o oUr r exports In markeddegree marked markeddegree markeddegree
degree degreeArgentina degreeArsentioa
° Argentina Has been looked upon poa asa as asa asa
a competitor of the United States te tethe inthe
the beef industry and has even YeII been beenconsidered hceRconsIdered
considered by some as a possible source sourceof souroeof sourceo1
of cheaper meat for or this country The Tfcepresent TItepresent Thepresent
present outlook there lends no color colorto celorto colorto
to such supposition Shipments of beef beeffrom beetfrom beeffrom
from the River Plate to the United UnitedStates UakedStates UnitedStates
States may come shortly but they will willprobably lprobably willprobably
probably be directed by the same ta tatersts lit littersts
tersts which supply the market here herenet here herenet ere
net in opposition to them themTo themTo
To Build Own Plants PlantsIt PlantsaIt
aIt It seems likely that te the future futurethe futurethe
the United States packers p will Mzfld Mzfldplants fldplants
plants of their own rather than ac acquire ac acquire ¬
quire existing ones The Armour Mor Morris Morris Morris ¬
ris and Scltw Schwarzchfid S Suhsberger Suhsbergercompanies ergermpanfes
companies mpanfes have secured tracts of tend tendat JaBdat
at Zarate probably with this ta n viewThat view viewThat viewThat
That the supply of meat in Argentina ArgeXtteaIs tIB tIBIs
Is plentiful is indicated in another re report re report report ¬
port to the dep de ir em e In ttW there therewas therewas
frozenproduced was produced 2161313 9 IG1JU carcasses S ceasesozen of offrozen offrozen
frozen ozen mutton or lamb 1 nom 14W217 quar quarters quuten quartern ¬
ten > of frozen beef and l 1161 > il46o 14 o quar atertens quarters quarters ¬
ters of chilled beef The profits of the themeat Utemeat
meat companies es operating in Argentina Argentinaaccording ArgentlDaccording
according to the department reportsrange reports reportsrange reportsranse
range from S to 5 it per cent It is stated statedthat sttedthat statedthat
that the Chicago Cb o companies have havebeef ve M M1ntenUon hointention K KIntention >
Intention of shipping shilJ lng any of s scompanies the beef beefmutton beetmutton beefmutton
mutton or lamb to the United StatesAnother States StatesAnother StatesAnother
Another report to the department t in indicates iadlcates ¬
dicates that the Chicago pa packers dears have haveentered HYOentered
entered Into a s corabtaatwc mo n with the themeat Utemeat themeat
meat producers they were unable to tobuy tohuy tobuy
buy out outy outi outr
i
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