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fur sale in has the
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boy in In Southern California CaliforniaBusty
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1 9 Established June 6 1870 SALT T LAKE A KR CITY UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 17 1906 30 PAGES Price Hve FiveCents Cents
Roosevelt Adds Another Chap Chapter Chapter Chapter ¬
ter to the Meat Inspection InspectionControversy InspectionControversy InspectionControversy
Controversy ControversyLETTER ControversyLETTER ControversyLETTER
FEW WORDS WORDSWashington WORDSWashington WORDSWashington
Washington June iS iiPresldent President Rooee Rooeeclt RoosePIt Rooe1t
PIt 1t has added another chapter to the theliterature theliterature theliterature
literature of the meat inspection contra controversy contraErsy coiitrot ¬
versy t ery It wag iL not through any desire desireof desireof desireof
of his that the correspondence between betweenhimself betweenhlm5 betweenbImslt
himself hlm5 1f and Representative Repr ntaUve VVadsworth Wadsworthchairman VVadsworthchairman Vadsworthchairman
chairman of the committee on agricul agriculture agricultur agriculture ¬
ture > was published PUb lsbed in its entirety In Inasmuch Inasmuch Inasmuch ¬
asmuch however as Chairman Ch 1rDU Wads Wadsworth WadsWrth Wadswcrth
worth deemed it desirable that the let lettrrs lettprs lettcr5
trrs should be published and gave them themto
to tf the th public the president regards it as asir asrper asrper
ir rper > per to complete the correspondence correspondencet
TIUS t 1 us far exchanged by the publication of ofhis ofhI oflii
his hI reply to Mr Wadsworths letter letterIn JetterIn letterIn
In his letter the president while admit admitting admltt admittmg ¬
ting t I n his error in stating that the house houseE housefl1stitute houseilistitute
E nstitute contained no provision for the theracking them thenking
racking m Jking of inspections of packing houses housesat
at all hours hou of the day or night says sayst
t t F substitute still is Inadequate to meet meettho meetth meetrequirements
tho th requirements r of the situation The Theresident TheT Therri4it
resident T Hid lt says that after a conference conferencewith confercncevith conierencewith
with Representative Adams of Wisconsin Wisconsina
a member of the agricultural committee committeelie
lie is convinced Mr Adams will accept acceptth
th > suggestion made to him regarding regardingth
th the bill He says that Mr Adams In In each eachca eachas eachcac
ca cac as < stated that he personally persoRti Y would wouldropt wouldpt wouldr
ropt r pt the alterations proposed propose These Thesechanges ThesemngEs Thesecianges
changes mngEs include the elimination of the thec the11rt the1rt
c irt review proposed and a dozen other otherr
r 7 It rations In the opinion of the presi presiu presil11lt
u l11lt nt the suggested changes would make makef
f t house committee substitute as good goodas
as the Beveridge amendment The pres presHf presIpnt presicnt
Hf Ipnt > nt adds that he is not concerned about aboutth aboutt1h
th t1h language langu of the amendment but butwith butwith butcith
with the accomplishment of the th object objectin
in view iew a thorough and rigid and not a aFham aF1am aEi
Fham Ei am inspection
Roosevelts Letter LetterFA Letterrl1owin LetterF1Iowin
FA rl1owin lowing Is the text te t of the presidents presidentsI
I rttpr tt r to Chairman Ch 1rman Wadsworth WadsworthThe VadsworthrIw
The White hlte House Washington D C CJune Co CoJl1ne Clirne
June 15 19W 19WMy 1 1My lMy
My Dear Xr Wadsworth YadsworthIR In the first firstT firstTve
T Tve > ae < i e I wish wi promptly to acknowredge acknowredgethe
the one nt > portion of your letter in which whichvvt whichkre
vvt are rE > in th t main right I was in er errr err erfl
rr r > r in fl the statement state nt which I accepted acceptedfrom acceptedfrom acceptedfrom
from Senator Beveridge that there was wasrii wasTl1 wasr
rii r provision for making the plants ac acctsfible acls acttible
ctsfible ls ible at all hours to the inspectors inspectorsThe InspectorsTlw InspectorsThe
The provision was put in in another place placeb placebt
b bt l t it is not as good ood as the original pro provhirn proi procn
vhirn i cn 11 The court provision is the one oneti onet
ti to t which I most object although by no nom non nom I
m m n ans rs the only one to which I object It Itis ItIs Itis
is trie of many As regards this I wisht wish fIsht
t I repeat that if deliberately deU dellb rately designed de igne4 to torrpxont toTpInt toTrPvflt
rrpxont the remedying of the evils 0 5 com comv
v 1 ipd i d of thi this is the exact provision provisionT
T > irh h the friends of the packers and the thei therg thers
i < Ts themselves would have provided providedabsurd providedabsurd providedabenril I
absurd to assert that any such pro proWhy proa
I a is s needed ed Why have yon y tt not put putnun MJt MJta
47 a provision nun in the postoffice law lawi lawct
ct i > t affect frpud orders in the law as aslulent ash
h 4 < ffects fraudulent lulent entries of horne hornets ¬
s 1 i etc
Purpose to Interfere Interferermgress Interferemgr
rmgress 4 mgr cannot take away the con conf
f F itmional 1 right ri bt e f the packers or of ofrnvnrp ofr ofvnrc
rnvnrp r wnrf > else to the protection of the themrts thenuts theLurts
Lurts nuts But Buisnch such h a provision as that un unc unr
c 1 r onsidermtion does d not represent a afirsire arsir asir
firsire rsir sir to secure the constitutional rights rightsrf rightstTiy
rf an HTIV man It represents doubtless in inFTnp inFm inF
FTnp F fl1 cases ca an honest though wholly mis mistaki mlet mistilii
taki t ktil u i conviction in other cases It repre repref
f rtg ts a deliberate purpose to interfere interfereK
K th effective administration by trying tryingt
t t > rovue rOy e that the courts shall in reality realityadministrative reallt realltadministrative
< 1 administrative work which they theyUuI the thet theys
t UuI s All < I be the first to assert a < < sert their Inabil Inabili Inabil1t
i Ii 1t to t perform If the bill as you reported reportedif
if frnm the committee were enacted into intolaw intolaw intolaw
law you ou would have the functions of the theffxi theH1t theiLary
ffxi H1t iLary utry of agriculture narrowly limited limitedf
and when whend whendcclared Whendp
f Ii M t S to be purely ministerial
slaughter house In Insanitary Inlnitary Inariitary ¬
d dp dcclared < lared a given
sanitary < or 0 a 1 given ven product unwhole unwholeFcrif unwholeFC
Fcrif FC i > acting t n on the judgment of the gov government govc govcr ¬
ernment c mnt experts you would put on the the3jig thejJigl theig
3jig ig who had no knowledge whatever whateverof
of f th > conditions the burden of stating statingwhether statingwhrt1r statingiA
whether iA ter or not the secretary was right rightTr
Tr f hieneo for instance you would make makesriy makef
sriy f y judge whom hom the packers choose to toC tognu
C 1 gnu natP and not the experts of the de deTirtnvnt deTqtmnt depirtmnt
Tirtnvnt of agriculture the man to de dot deid
t i id if on q fl any question of any kind which whichthe whichthe whichtiw
the packers < thought it worth while to toDispute tolisputf tot
Dispute t sputc You may possibly remember rememberthp remembert rememberthe
the t p recent judicial decision in Chicago in inwhich inwhkh inwhtch
which the packers were concerned I Iwh Ii1h Iwish
wh i1h to repeat that this provision is in inrnv inrn inruy
rnv rn judgement one which if enacted into intolaw intojaw Intoiaw
law will nullify the major part p rt of the thepixxl theontf theuli
pixxl ontf which can be expected from the theCTiictment tbecrctment thecctment
CTiictment of this law You assert as ert that
1 packers insist upon having a rigid rigidln rigidhpdion rigidp4tion
ln hpdion > p p4tion < < tion law passed If they sincerely sincerelya
if r a rigid inspection law they will willst will1bt willnst
1bt = st upon this provision prol Ion being taken takenfit takenC
fit C t Leaving Leavl it in is incompatible incomp tlble with withscaring withsring withSt
scaring St ring a properly efficient law lawPresidents lawPresidents lawPresidents
Presidents Talk With Adams AdamsTo
CT To so much of your letter as speaks speaksof
of f my having made irnuendos about some somemembers someI11pmhers somemrnbers
members of the house or of your knowl knowldg knowlj knowldc
< dg j > > of the English language etc it is isnI 18Ilt IsI1
nI I1 t necessary necCSS ir to make any answer You Youtite Youftttc Youitte
tite that If I or my advisers will point pointvt pointt
< vt 11 t specifically wherein the bill falls to toaccomplish toaccomplish toaccomplish
accomplish my purpose it will be bepromptly bepnmptly beprmptIy
promptly remedied I am am happy to tell tellv tellcu
v ou that I have today seen a member of ofour ofour ofctir
our committee Mr Adams seeing him himy
y request of the speaker and I went wentvr wentIr
< vr vl Ir r with him together with Mr Mc 2tfcCat McCa McCab
Cat Ca > f and nd Mr Reynolds the various points pointsiu
iu L which the bill as you have reported it itfails Itfails Itfails
fails to accomplish our purpose and made madeth madet madetiic
th t tiic specific recommendation necessary in ineach InJC inac1
each ac1 < JC l cas cae > e to remedy the failure and in ineach Inal11 ineach
each case Mr Adams stated that he per perppnally perEnany pernlly
ppnally nlly would accept the alterations pro proposed prop propsed ¬
posed p > sed He agrees with me that the court courtreview courtreyiew courtreview
review proposition should be excluded cluded He Heagrees Hengrees Heagrees
agrees as to the dozen other changes changeswhich changeswhich changeswhich
which we think should be made If these thesechanges theechanSe6 theseflangeS
changes which Mr Adams says he thinks thinksshould thinksshoud thinkshoud
should be adopted are adopted your youramendment our ourampnd i iamendment
amendment ampnd nt will become as good as the theBeveridge theBVeridge theBeveridge
Beveridge amendment amendmentIn in Mr McCabes McCabesopinion Mccabesopinion i iopinion
opinion somewhat better than th the Bev Beveridge Bevrj 9e 9ecr1 ¬
eridge cr1 rj dge amendment if unchanged I care carenot careTJt carerit
not a whit for the language of ofVbat the amend amendment amendTrwrt ¬
ment What t I am concerned with is to toi tollP toLVP
llP i ap it accomplish the object I have in inSvi ini
i Svi 1 v namely a thorough and rigid not notT notam
T V am inspection In my m judgment the thetfr the1r
tfr dmcnt as reported by you ou fails to tonipllsh tom torripllsb
rdment nipllsh m pUsh this object whereas the ie Bev Beve Bevameool
i > e > amendment ameool nt and the house amend amendOK amendwith
OK i with the changes which Mr Adams Adamsas AdSIUls <
i ls > ac as stated he will gladly accept both bothFubstantially bothsuIstantially
Fubstantially 11 accomplish the purpose I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have in view I will w l accordingly gladly gladlyaccept glaQJyacppt gladlyaccept
accept ether or accept any alteration of ofcither ofit ofcther
cither it her or of both which will accomplish accomplishthis
this end Yours YO truly trulySigned trolySigned trulyigncd
Hon James Wadsworth Chairman Com Committee Cornmittee om ommittee ¬
mittee on Agriculture AgricultureSenator AgricultureSpnator AgrlcultureSenator
Senator Beveridge today made tle lot following rollowing lotlowing ¬
lowing statement t IB 3 reference to the con controversy coetro ¬
troversy tr tro vcny between tho president plt ent and Mr MrContinued MrContinued MrContinued
Continued on Page 2 1
Purchase of Canal Supplies SuppliesLeft Suppliesleft SuppliesLeft
Left in the Hands of the theExecutive theExecutive theExecutive
Executive ExecutiveBILL ExecutiveBilL ExecutiveBILL
i ii
USUAL USUALWashington USUALWashIngton USUALWaahlngton
Washington June 16 16After After forty fortyminutes fortyminutes fortyminutes
minutes debate today toda the house by bythe bythe bythe
the vote of 12D to 82 adopted the sen senate senate senate ¬
ate resolution providing for the pur purchasing purchasing purchasing ¬
chasing of material and equipment for foruse foruse foruse
use In the construction in the Panama Panamacanal PanamaC8I181 Panamacanal
canal of domestic manufacturers and andof andof andof
of the lowest responsible bidder unless unlessthe unlessthe unlessthe
the president shall in any case e deem deemthe deemthe deemthe
the bids or tenders therefore to be beextortionate beextortionate beextortionate
extortionate or unreasonable The Theadoption Theadoption Theadoption
adoption of the resolution came after a amaterial aJllsterlal arnaterIal
material in open markets while the thesundry thesundry thesundry
sundry civil bill was under considera consideration consideration consideration ¬
tion The sundry civil bill also was waspassed waspassed waspassed
passed It carries a total appropria appropriation approDriation approprlation ¬
tion of 94578040 nearly 26000000 of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which is for the continuation of work workon workon workon
on the canal canalAmong calalAmong canalAmong
Among the features of the bill Is an anamendment anamendment anamendment
amendment discontinuing canteens at atall atall atall
all government and state homes for forold forold forold
old soldiers where government appro appropriations apprQpriations appropriations ¬
priations are available availableAn
An amendment was adopted requir requiring requiring requiring ¬
ing all officers of the government to tofurnish tofurnish tofurnish
furnish each fiscal year a statement of ofall ofall ofall
all money arising from the proceeds proceedsfrom proceedsfrom proceedsfrom
from public property Moneys collect collected colleCtEd collectcd ¬
ed from the sale of town lots as in inOklahoma inOkIal1oma inOklahoma
Oklahoma will have to be deposited depositedIn I
In the treasury department to the thecredit thicredit thecredit
credit of the secretary of the t interior einterlorThe interiorThe InteriorThe
The house adjourned at 515 p m muntil muntil muntil
until Monday MondayNO MondayNO MondayNOCHANCE
Republican Majority Would Not NotListen NotListen NotListen
Listen to Reason ReasonWashington ReasonWashington ReasonWashington
Washington June 16 16Incident Incident to the thepassage thessage thepassage
passage ssage of the sundry civil bill today todayin
in the house Mr Sullivan of Massa Massachusetts Massachusetts Iassachus ¬
chusetts chus tts moved that the bill be recom recommitted recommitted recominitted ¬
mitted to the appropriations committee committeewit
wit instructions to report the follow following f followIng Uow UowIng ¬
ing amendment regarding purchases of ofmaterial ofmaterIa1 ofmaterial
material for the Panama canal canalProvided canalProvided canalProvided
Provided that no part of this ap apI appro appropriatbn
I propriation pro riat1n shall be e expended for ma material material materlal
terial and an supplies which are manu manufactured manufactured mannfactured ¬
factured or produced pr du1ed in the United UnitedStates Unttedtates UnitedStates
States tates unless said articles are sold to tothe totbe tothe
the isthnlan canal commission at ex expert expert cxpert ¬
pert prices whenever such export exportprices exportprices expoitprices
prices are rtt lower than the prices pricescharged pricescharged
charged consumers in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States StatesMr StatesMr StatesMr
Mr Sullivan explained that the amend amendment amendmeHt amendmeat ¬
meat was offered solely for the purpose purposeof
of giving the isthmian canal commission commissionthe
the right to purchase materials in the thecheapest thecbeapest thecheapest
cheapest markets He called attention to toth tothe tothe
th the testimony of Mr Ross purchasing purchasingagent purchasingagent purchasingagent
agent of the commission that the com commission commission cornmission ¬
mission bought steel rails delivered at atPanama atPanama atPanama
Panama at 52640 4t per ton whereas the therailroads therailroads therailroads
railroads of the United States were com compelled comPf cornpelied ¬
pelled Pf > Ued to pay pa 28 8 per ton at the mill millMr millMr millMr
Mr Tawney of Minnesota made a point pointof
of order against the amendment that it itwas itwas Itwas
was similar in character to the amend amendment amendment amendment ¬
ment which was defeated in committee committeeof
of the whole yesterday and that it itchanged itchanged Itchanged
changed existing law lawMr 18 18Ir lawMr
Mr Ir Olmsted and Mr Dalzell of Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania were of the opinion that there therecould therecould therecould
could not be a standard price fixed on onany onany onany
any article and that the amendment was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not germane germaneMr germaneMr germaneMr
Mr Sullivan SuUiv 1n said that if an officer of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the government bought goods in a dearer dearerrattier dearerrather dearerrather
rather than in a cheaper market he would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be guilty of malfeasance in office officeThe officeThe officeThe
The speaker held that the commission commissionhad
had plenary powers to buy supplies suppli s any anywhere anywhere anywhere ¬
where and of anybody anyb dy and as the amend amendment amendment amendment ¬
ment was a limitation of the power of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the commission he sustained the point of oforder oforder oforder
order orderMr orderMr orderMr
Mr Williams of Mississippi appealed appealedfrom appealedfrom appealedfrom
from the decision of the chair and Mr MrTawney MrTawney MrTawney
Tawney moved to lay the appeal on the thetable thetable thetable
table The yeas and nays on this re resulted resulted resuited ¬
sulted Yeas 156 nays na s 6S The sundry sundrycivil sundrycivil sundrycivil
civil bill was then passed passedHURRICANE passedHURRICANE passedHURRICANERAGING
Heavy Loss of Life Feared Off the theGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand Banks BanksSt BanksSt
St Johns N F June 16 lSA A furious furioushurricane furiQU8hurricane furiQushurricane
hurricane has been raging along the New Newfoundland Newfoundland Newfoundland ¬
foundland coast for fortyeight hours hourscausing hourscausinf hourscausing
causing serious damage damageto to shipping Two Twovessels Twovessels Twovessels
vessels with fourteen men on board have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been blown out to sea Tugs have been beensent beensent beensent
sent in quest of them Several vessels vesselshave vesselshave vesselshave
have been driven ashore ashoreIt
It Is feared that the storm has wrought wroughthavoc vToughthoc wroughthavoc
havoc In the trawling fleet off the grand grandbanks grandbanks grandbanks
banks News from there is awaited with withanxiety withanxiety withanxiety
Goshen Ind June 16 ISoAttorney Attorney General GeneralMiller GeneralMiller GeneralMiller
Miller on behalf of the state today filed filedcomplaint filedcomplaint filedcomplaint
complaint in the circuit court against ag ln t the theAmerican theAmeric theAmerican
American Americ n Mutual Life Insurance com company comp cornpany ¬
pany p ny of Elkhart asking that the affairs affairsof
of the company be wound up and the thecharter tbecbarter thecharter
charter revoked It was charged that the thecompany tbecomp thecompany
company comp ny had violated the insurance laws lawsof lawsof lawsof
of the state statePROTESTS statePROTESTS statePROTESTS
Washlnb Washington on June 16 IGScnat Senators rs Scott Scottand Scottand Scottand
and Warner presented a number of f pro protests protests protests ¬
tests against the pipe line amendment to tothe tothe tothe
the railroad bill They represented that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the retention of the provision would have havethe havethe havethe
the effect of driving many Independent Independentoil
oil operators out of business businessFRESH buslncssFRESH businessFRESH
Tokio June 16 16A A fresh crater has been beenformed beenformed beenformed
formed on Mount Aso on Kiushiu island islandIt
It is emitting smoke and a rumbling rumblingsouBd rumblingsouJtd rumblingsouad
souBd but no damage has been reported reportedUneasiness rcportedUnea reportedUneasiness
Uneasiness Unea lnC5 however prevails In the vi vicinity viciulty vicinity ¬
cinity of the volcano volcanoNEVADA volcanoNEVADA voleanoNEVADA
Carson Xev Ne June 16 lliA A miner named namedCarroll namedCarroll namedCarroll
Carroll was killed at Como this morning morningby
by an explosion of giant powder which whichhe whichbe whichhe
he was thawing tba wtn Fou ther miners were weretnjured wereInjured i iInjured
Boise Ida June 16 ISoVice Vice President PresidentFairbanks PresidentFalrbtink PresidentFIrbnks
Fairbanks has notified Chairman Gwinit Gwinitthat G Gwtuitthat tnll tnllthat
that lie will attend the National Irriga Irrigation lrrgatlon Irrigafinn ¬
finn congress congre congrestobehekl s to be held In Boise Sept 3 3TROUBLE 3TROUBLE t tTROUBLE
BolMagham June lSSpadal 16 Special dopftty dopfttysheriffs dtJPtllQaMrltfs
sheriffs Are b being Ing sworn in today inaiif inaiifpatio Ina InaoC 1naiji 1naijipXI
patio oC trouble at the beginning flf flfghtagle I f the
ghtagle M1t s1e workers strike Monday Monda
Who Threw That Brick t I
Dowie on the Witness Stand StandTells StandTells StandTells
Tells How He Knew He HeWas HeWas HeWas
Was Elijah ElijahChicago ElijahChIealO ElijahChicago
Chicago June 16 1GJobn John Alexander Dow Dowie DowIe Dowie
ie on the witness stand today before beforeJudge beforeJ1Idge beforeJudge
Judge Landis in the United States dis district district dietrict ¬
trict court in the Zion City controversy controversywas
was w asked during durl g crossexamination crossexaminationAre
Are you EMjah Elfj k the t e restorer raetorari r 6torer
i T 1 have always been 1teenWhen beenWhen s en enWhen
When did you first become conscious consciousof con ioug iougof
of the fact factT factTWould
Would Not Wear Off OffIt OffIt ff ffIt
It gradually grew I resented the rev revelation reveJatkm revelation ¬
elation as it were and for years ears was wasgrieved wasgrieYed wasgrieved
grieved and angry if any anyone one suggested suggestedthat suggestedthat suggestedthat
that I was Elijah I am not a vision visionary visionary visionary ¬
ary man The first time it came to my myattention myattention layattention
attention was in Melbourne or Sydney SydneyAustralia SydneyAustrall SydneyAustralIa
Australia while at the head of a Bible Biblesociety Biblesociety Biblesociety
society One night I was asked to preach preacha
a sermon I went ent to supper and ordered orderedtwo orderedtwo orderedtwo
two meals which I forgot to eat I had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been thinking over my subject and could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not get beyond Elijah I was thinking thinkingof
of his remarkable career and my supper suppergot suppergot suppergot
got cold One of my deacons told me I Ihad Ibad Ihad
had a message from God I laughed and andsaid andsaid andsaid
said you go away and let me alone He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said I want to tell you ou you are Eli Elijah Elijah Elijah ¬
jah He said that three times and andwalked andalked andwalked
walked away I was as much distressed distressedfor
for he could not have known I had been beenthinking beenthlnhng beenthinking
thinking of Elijah for an hour 1 spoke spokei spokeand spokeand
i and my last idea was that I was Elijah ElijahBut ElijahBut ElijahBut
But as God is my judge the thought thoughtI thoughtthat thoughtthat
I that I was the second embodiment never neverentered neverentered neverentered
entered my head After the sermon one onemember onemember onemember
member said to I feel like saying you youare youare youare
are Elijah I said I am not notdont dont get getthat getthat getthat
that bee in my bonnet bonnetFinally bonnetFinally bonnetFinally
Finally Believed It ItFor ItuFor ItFor
For years I would not think of it itbut Itbut Itbut
but in after years I had to come to IO IOThey IUThey It ItThey
They were all right The first open rev revelation revelation revelation ¬
elation was that night nightA
A number of alienists were in attend attendance attendance attendance ¬
ance at court while Dowie was on the thestand thestand thestand
stand standDuring standDuring standDuring
During the crossexamination Dowie as asserted asserted assorted ¬
serted point blank his title to ownership ownershipof
of all ZIon City property He declared declaredi declaredthat declaredthat
i that for years he has had an income incomei Incomeamounting incomeamounting
i amounting to 10909 110 a year ear He stated statedbe statedbe statedbe
be never knew whence it came He de denied denied denied ¬
nied that he had ever used any of the themoney themoney themoney
money for his own benefit but said he hespent hespent hespent
spent it for the use of God and human humanity humanit humanity ¬
ity ityEffort it ityCOM1IT
Effort Will Be Made to Report Fa Favorably Pavorably ¬
vorably in the Case of ofHj ofMr ofMr
Mr Booth BoothSpecial BoothSpecial BoothSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldI HeraldVasblngton HeraldWashington
I Washington June 16 16The The nomination nominationof
of Hiram E Booth is now in charge of the thesubcommittee thesubcommittee thesubcommittee
subcommittee of the senate judiciary judiciarycommittee judIciarycommittee judiciarycommittee
committee consisting of Senators Spooner SpoonerDillingham SpoonerDillingham SpoonerDilllngham
Dillingham and Pettus The judiciary judiciarycommittee judiciarycommittee judiciarycommittee
committee will have a meeting meetln Monday Mondayand lIondayand Mondayand
and the th Utah senators are endeavoring to tohave tohave tohave
have a report made at that time on the theBooth theBootl1 theBooth
Booth nomination nominationThe nominationThe nominationThe
The attention of Senator Dubois being beingcalled beingcalled beingcalled
called to the statement that he has taken takenthe takenthe takenthe
the initiative In efforts to prevent the theconfirmation thelonfirmaUon theconfirmation
confirmation of Booth he said today that thatsuch thatsuch thatsuch
such a statement was not correct He sent senttelegrams sentteletT8ms senttelegrams
telegrams to Salt Lake at the request of ofa ofa ofa
a Utah man who Informed Dubois that thatprominent thatprominent thatprominent
prominent Republicans of Utah were anx anxious anxIOUS anxIons ¬
ious to have Booths nomination defeated defeatedDubois defcateDubois defeatedDubois
Dubois says he will assst a sst the Utah pea peopeople peaple peepeople
people ple in their efforts to prevent confir confirmation confirmation confirrnatlon ¬
mation if good reasons are shown whv whvthis whvthis
this should be done doneROBBED doneROBBED doneROBBED
Paisley Given Fifty Years in Mon Montana Montana Montana ¬
tana State Prison PrisonButte PrisonButte PrisonButte
Butte Mont June 1C lWilliam William Paisley Paisleywho Paisleywho Paisleywho
who robbed a local store of 2600 600 taken takenfrom takenfrom thkenfrem
from the safe four months ago and was wasarrested wasarreetecl wasarcetcd
arrested later in Salt Lake City was wasgiven wasglT wasgiveit
given glT fifty Nt years in the state prison to today toda7 ts tsday ¬
day on this U the first anniversary 01 olPateieys 01Pl 01Paisleys
Paisleys Pl 1e7s marriage He is 15 mrs old anJ andmay anJmay anjmay
may s get et t out of prison at 7i 7 if he behaves behaveswell bchoveswell behaveswell
10 10LIFE 0 0LIFE
Mxpteton Wfcu VJ June 18 18Venz WenzjJl LKttbat LKttbatCORTtetell Kabat Kabatconvicted Khbatconvictl
convicted of haviiig shot h t and 8 I1d tlhtfri thnbuej thnbuejUI burned burnedtfce burnedUN
tfce UI bed af f Mfebaai Uelt McCarty va awoolthy awoolthyftLn1Ier a wealthy wealthyfarmer wealthyfhrmer
farmer was Ws 1 1ItdaHJttenoed dy sentenced to toUCe life lifepriesnmeet im imlrtll8Rmellt
AWFUL GRIMConfession CRIME CRIMEConfession CRIMEConfession
Confession of Mrs Scheck in inHands inHands inHands
Hands of Los An Angeles An9eIes Angeles ¬
geles Police PoliceLos
Los Angeles Aag les Cal June 16 lliIt It is an announcedv announeed announced
nouncedv today tc > tay from the office of Chief Chiefpf Chi Chiefof f fff
pf DeteiWlves Dete dves Flamnter that the authori authorities authontHe authorltlies ¬
ties are in possession ion of a confession confe lon from from3vri5 fromAxilla fromArIIls
3vri5 > Arllfe Scheck admitting the killing killingif kn knp killingfior
p if fior Jt9r 9r husband hus and Joel Scheck by Ern Ernest ErnestG st stS
G < S StackpoIe ackpole in his bedroom at th thSoheck the theSaJ theSolmek
Soheck SaJ ck home last Thursday morning The ThedotsJte ThedeWl Thedetails
details of the co cossnheve III opoi H RMVe have not been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made public and warrants charging c ging the thecouple thecouple thecouple
couple with the murder will not issue issueuntil issueuntil Issueuntil
until Monday MondayAccording MondayAccording MondayAccording
According to the detectives Mrs MrsScheck MrsScheck MrsScheck
Scheck after long Io and s seT severe r re question questionIng questionIng questionlag
Ing broke down and admitted that Stack Stackpole Stackpole Stackpole
pole shot her husband after fter she had ad admitted admitted admitted
mitted him to the house for the purpose purposeat
l at 2 oclock in the morning She con confessed confessed confessed ¬
fessed to illicit relations with Stackpole StackpoleThe
The couple It is stated decided to dis dispose dispo dispose
pose po e of the husband take the insurance insurancemoney insurancemoney insurancemoney
money on his life JiOO 500 OO and leave for forother forother forother
other parts Stackpole has so far made madeno madeno madeno
no admissions It is believed that Scheck Scheckwas Scheckwas Scheckwas
was shot first over the heart which did didnot didnot didnot
not result fatally and a second shot was wasfired wasfired wasfired
fired which entered his brain killing kiUin him himinstantly himInstantly himInstantly
instantly instantlyMrs InstantlyMrs InstantlyMrs
Mrs Scheck will be charged with being beingan
an accomplice to the crime From the thedetails thedetails thedetails
details so far as known the detectives detectivessay
say that they do not believe Mrs Scheck Scheckwas Scheckwas Scheekwas
was present In the bedroom when her herhusband herhusband herhusband
husband was killed but that she remained remainedIn
i in the kitchen where she had gone after afterarising afterari afterarising
arising ari lng from her bed to admit Stack Stackpole Stackpole Stackpole
pole Scheck heck was probably asleep when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the first shot was fired firedSITUATION firedSITUATION
Condition of the Christian Societies SocietiesDescribed SocietiesDescribed SocietiesDescribed
Described as Worse WorseThan WorseThan WorseThan
Than Ever EverBoston EverBoston EverBoston
Boston June 16 16Condltlons Conditions in Turkey Turkeyare
are described as worse than ever in a aletter aletter a aletter
letter just received at the Christian En Endeavor Endeavor Endeavor ¬
deavor headauarters in this city from fromRev fromRev fromRev
Rev Francis E Clark D D president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United Society of Christian Endeavor Endeavorwritten Endeavorwritten Endeavorwritten
written after a stay of nine days in Tur Turkey Tuxkey Turkey ¬
key Dr Clark writest writestOur wrltestuOur writeStOur
Our own missions and schools are in a amore amore amore
more perilous condition than ever and andsince andsince andsince
since our American fleet was withdrawn withdrawnfrom withdrawnfrom withdrawnfrom
from Smyrna with only the verbal assur assurances assurances assurances ¬
ances of the porte that our schools and andchurches andchurches andchurches
churches would have as many privileges privilegesas
as those of other nations these assur assurances assurances assurances ¬
ances have been utterly repudiated and andthere andthere andthere
there seems no likelihood of Americans Americansgetting Americansgetting Americansgetting
getting their rights until another fleet fleetvisits fleetvIsits fleetvisits
visits Turkish waters watersKANSAS waterso watersKANSAS watersKANSAS o
Topeka Kan June 16 16Secretary Secretary S SJ SJ SJ
J Crumbine of the Kansas state board boardof boardof boardof
of health has commenced an investiga investigation investigation investigation ¬
tion of the Kansas packing houses houseswith houseswith houseswith
with a view of ascertaining whether whetheror
or not preservatives of a harmful na nature nature nature ¬
ture are used in preparing the prod products products products ¬
ucts Sanitary conditions in the big bigplants bigplants bigplants
plants at Kansas City Kan will also alsobe alsobe alsobe
be looked into Dr Crumbine states statesthat statesthat statesthat
that the investigation Is not the re result result resuit ¬
sult of congressional report on the theChicago theChicago theChicago
Chicago plants but was planned by byhim byhim byhim
him before the NeillReynolds Investi Investigation investigation investigatlon ¬
gation was commenced commencedENLARGEMENT commencedc commencedENLARGEMENT commencedENLARGEMENTOF
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldVa HeraldWashington
Washington Va hington June 16 Calvin Cobb of ofBoise ofBoise ofBoise
Boise talked with the president and Sec Secretary Secretsry Seerotary ¬
rotary Taft today about the enlargement enlargementof
of Bois Bol e barracks No definite under understanding understanding understanding ¬
standing was reached but It Is understood understoodthat understoodthat understoodthat
that Senator Dubois will take the matter matterup matterup matterup
up and endeavor to secure between 260 2Oooe 2fJOOO
000 OO and 409000 for immediate use in the theerection theerection theerection
erection of new ne buildings at Boise BoiseJAP BoIseJAP BoiseJAP
Tokio June 1 16The The Japanese transport transportToyotonI transportToyotonl transportToyotOfli
ToyotonI struck a mine Thursday even evening evenIng evenlag ¬
ing and sank immediately when twenty twentyfour twentyfour twentyfour
four miles off Johin J Korea Twelve of ofher ofhorCTew ofher
her horCTew craw were ere saved sa Qd and fifty ar nramlss nramlssing aroiniesing vinfes vinfesing
Business Men of Manila Think ThinkThey ThinkThey ThinkThey
They Know What Is IsGood IsGood IsGood
Good for Them ThemWashington ThemWashinlteft ThemWashington
Washington June 1 IThe The defeat of the thesenate thenate thesenate
senate nate bill intended to ratify and con confirm confirm confirm ¬
firm th the set of the former military gov government government goveminent ¬
ernment of the Philippine Islandsin islands in col collecting collecting collecting ¬
lecting customs prior to March S 1902 1UO is isdeclared isdeclared Isdec1ared
declared by the theehaDtber chamber of commerce commerceand commerceand commerceand
and leading business men at Manila as asnecessary asnecessary asnecessary
necessary toavert to avert a financial panic The Thecommercial Thecommercial Thecommercial
commercial interests in a cablegram to
the vicepresident resldent urges that appropria ¬
tions be made to refund the amount of ofcustoms ofcustoms ofcustoms
customs collected during the period periodnamed periodnamed periodnamed
named It is estimated that about 4000
OW is z involved The cablegram follows
The undersigned express the hope that
the senate bill attempting the ratification ratificationof JaUfI L Lof
of the collections of Philippine customs customsprior customsprior customsprior
prior to March 8 1908 will not be enacted enactedand enactedand enactedand
and urge congress to do its utmost to toexpedite toe toexpedite
expedite e pedite appropriations for judgments
following the test case of Warner Barnes
Co Besides the benefit to a large largenumber largenumber largenumber
number of native Filipino claimants the therompt theprompt theprompt
prompt payment of claims of British Britishwiss
Swiss German and other claimants who whowere whowere whowere
were former bankers or native agricul ¬
turists will enable such merchants to topartially topartially topartially
partially resume the accustomed advances advanceson
on future crops thereby materially re ¬
lieving the agricultural depression caused
by long existing and increasing financial financialstringency financialstringency financialstringency
stringency Furthermore the present
taxes although necessary are admittedly
burdensome on merchants especially Af After After After ¬
ter causing careful consideration our ourearnest ourearnest ourearnest
earnest conviction is that a prompt re ¬
fund will materially relieve the present
financial crisis thereby substantially ben benefitting benefitting benefitting
efitting Filipino people throughout the
islands islandsFLYER IslandsFLYER IslandsFLYER
TwelveYearOld Ohio Damsel Con Confesses Confesses Confesses ¬
fesses as to How She SheDitched SheDitched SheDitched
Ditched Train TrainMarietta TrainMarietta TrainMarietta
Marietta Ohio June 16 1iAlice Alice Kyle the thetwelveyearold thetwelveye thetwelveyearold
twelveyearold twelveye rold daughter of a farmer re residing residing residing ¬
siding between Macksburg and Elka has hasconfessed hasconfes54d hasconfessed
confessed to having caused the wreck of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Pennsylvania P Flyer near the latter lattertown lattertown lattertown
town on Thursday night in which two twopassenger twopassenger twopassenger
passenger coaches were overturned and andthe andthe andthe
the engine tender and mail car hurled hurleddown hurleddown hurleddown
down an embankment embankmentThe
The girl says that she wedged a bolt boltbetween boltbetween boltbetween
between the ends of two rails just to see seethe seethe seethe
the train smash it as it had smashed nails nailsand nailsand nailsand
and pennies at other times timesThe tlnesThe timesThe
The girl will not be arrested as the therailroad therailroad therailroad
railroad officials are satisfied that it was wasa
a childish prank prankROTTEN prankBOTTEN prankROTTEN
4 + London June 16 16The The report of Dr DrThomas DrThomas + f
+ Thomas the medical officer of the theborough theborough 4 +
+ f borough of Stepney to the local gov government goverument + f
+ f eminent board shows that his de department department 4 +
4 + partment during the last five years yearsi yearshas 4 +
+ 4 has destroyed over a ton of rotten rottentinned 4 4Htinned +
Htinned 4 tinned foods daily at the Stepneyf Stepney Stepneywharves +
4 wharves These he adds were not4 not4goods not notAmerican notAmerican +
+ American goods as practically no noH nocanned +
i H 4 canned goods from American con4 con4c con concerns +
4 > c cerns are Imported through the Step Stepney Stepney 4 4ney +
+ ney wharves but were colonial meat meatfish meatfish meatfish +
+ fish and fruit fruitt fruitSON + f fSON
+ + + + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + 44 44SON
Colorado Springs Colo Cob June 16 16John 16JohnT John JohnT
T Baldwin 8yearold son of Millionaire MillionaireC
C A Baldwin of this city and San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco was instantly killed In North Chey Cheyenne Cheyenne Cheycane ¬
enne canyon near this city this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon He was thrown from a burro and andhis andhis andhis
his skull was fractured by his head strik striking striking sInking ¬
ing a rock The father of the lad was wasone wasone wa waone
one of the heaviest individual loSers l ers in inthe Inthe inthe
the San Francisco < o fire fireTWO tiree tireTWO fireTWO
Pfttsburg June IS litThe The decree consoli consolidating consolidating consolidating ¬
dating Pittsburg and Allegheny was wassigned wassigned wa wasigned
signed today by Judge Collier of the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county court and legally greater Pitts Pittsburgis PittsburgJs Pittaburg
burgis burg is a fact Actual consolidation C will willnot willnot willoccur
not occur however until the act creat creating creating creating ¬
ing the th greater city is declared consti constitutional constitutional constitutlonal ¬
tutional by the higher courts
Massacre of Jews Continues ContinuesWhile ContinuesWhile ContinuesWhile
While the World Looks Lookson
+ + + II + + I + + + + + + t + I + + + + + + + t tBialystok + +
+ f Bialystok via Warsaw June 16 16In 16In + r
4 + In order to avenge the victims victimsof +
4 + of massacre Jewish revolutionists revolutionIstshidden revolutIonIstshidden +
+ hidden on the roofs of houses be behind behind + f
4 + hind fences and the th draperies of off ofwindows ofwindows +
+ f windows have fired all day with withrevolvers withrevolvers + f
4 + revolvers and rifles at the govern government governmeat +
+ ment buildings buiIdln and workmen and andpeaSants andpeasants + f ff
+ f peasants passing in the streets streetsand streetsand +
4 + and one band ambushed in a a fac facf factory +
4 + f tory fired on the station and ap approachlng approaching +
4 + preaching trains trainsThe trainsThe + f fThe
+ The exact number of victims is Isunknown + f ff
4 + f unknown but it is estimated that thata + f
4 + a hundred persons have been beenf beenkilled beenkilled +
+ f killed Two hundred wounded are arein arein +
4 + in two tw hospitals of the city city1lartial cityMartial +
+ Martial law has been proclaimed proclaImedand + f
4 + and many troops are arriving arrivingI +
4 I + Itt + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4Berlin + +
+ t t t t t t t t t tBerlin +
+ Berlin June 16 16510 510 p m mA mAispatch mAdispatch A +
+ dispatch to the Tageblatt from fromf fromBialystok fromBialystok +
+ f Bialystok dated Saturday 240 240p +
4 + p m says saysPlundering saysPundering + f ff
+ f Plundering and murdering con contlnues continues + f
4 + tlnues The garrison here and andfrom andfrom +
4 + from several neighboring places is isin isin 4 +
4 + in possession of the city which whIchis +
4 + is on fire Further fires are con continually continually +
4 + tinually breaking out The situa situation situation +
+ 4 tion is frightful A few Jews Jewsf Jfrwsthrough Jewsthrough +
+ f through high payments have been beenf beenallowed beenallowed +
+ f allowed to escape escapeSt escapet escapeSt +
t t t t t t t t + t tS1
St Petersburg June 16 16The The gravity gravityof
of the general situation grows hourly hourlyThe hourlyThe hourlyThe
The bourses of St Petersburg and andMoscow andMoscow andMoscow
Moscow are in a panicky condition and andthe andthe andthe
the Social Democrats and Social Revo Revolutionists Revolutionists Revolutionists ¬
lutionists considering parliament to be bea bea bea
a negligible quantity are pushing their theircampaign theircampaIgn theircampaign
campaign for an armed uprising with withIncreased withincreased withincreased
Increased vigor Demonstrations are aredaily aredaily aredaily
daily occurring in the streets of Mos Moscow 1108cow Moecow ¬
cow In favor of a general strike with withwhich withwhich withwhIch
which the proletariat leaders are try trying trying trying ¬
ing to precipitate pr cipitate a conflict The agita agitation agitation agitation ¬
tion among the workmen here has hasreached hasreached hasreached
reached a a boiling point and patrols are areagain areagain areagain
again in inheav heavy force in the industrial lndustrlalquarters industrialquarters industrialquarters
quarters In the country the rural ruralguards rurargUards ruralguards
guards are throwing in their lot with withthe withthe Withthe
the peasants refusing to protect the thelandlords tlelandlords thelandlords
landlords The progress of the revo revolutionary revolutionary revolutionary ¬
lutionary propaganda in the army is isseriously isseriously isseriously
seriously alarming the government and andto andto andto
to add to the popular excitement comes comesthe comesthe comesthe
the massacre of Jews at Bialystok BialystokWhile BialystokWhIle BialystokWhile
While the reports conflict as to the theimmediate theimmediate theimmediate
immediate responsibility for the out outbreak outbreak outbreak ¬
break the authorities her cannot es escape escape s scape ¬
cape responsibility for the provocative provocativeblack provocativeblack provocativeblack
black hundred telegrams tele ms which they theycaused theycaused theycaused
caused to be printed throughout Rus Russia Russia Russia ¬
sia appealing to the worst passions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the mob against the Jews as the ene enemies enemies enemies ¬
mies of the country countryGovernment countryGovernment countryGovernment
Government Alarmed AlarmedThe AlarmedThe AlarmedThe
The government is undoubtedly undoubtedlyfrightened undoubtedlyfrightened undoubtedlyfrightened
frightened at what has occurred occurredMartial occurredlIartiallaw occurredMartial
Martial lIartiallaw law has been declared at Bialy Bialystok Bialystok Bialystok ¬
stok and troops are being rushed to tothe tothe tothe
the scene but according to the latest latestreports Jatestreports latestreports
reports the hunting down of unfortu unfortunate unfortunate unfortunate ¬
nate Jews continued unabated yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day afternoon and night accompanied accompaniedby
by Indiscribable horrors The commis commission commission commission ¬
sion dispatched to Bialystok by par parliament parliament parliament ¬
liament can be relied upon to make a apitiless apitiless apitiless
pitiless exposure to the country of any anydereliction anydereliction anydereliction
dereliction of the authorities authoritiesThe authoritiesThe authoritiesThe
The leaders in the lower house of ofparliament ofparliament ofparlIament
parliament are convinced that It is the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present intention of the government to toprevail toprevaIl toprevail
prevail on the emperor to order a re recess recess recess ¬
cess of parliament and they have taken takenthe takenthe takenthe
the Important resolution not to obey obeythe obeythe obeythe
the Impartial order orderOpen orderOpen orderOpen
Open Defiance DefianceThis DefianceThis DefianceThis
This amounts to open defiance and andis andis andis
is a purely revolutionary step The Theplans Theplans Theplans
plans of the leaders were secretly for formulated formulated formulated ¬
mulated but it is known that if the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government turns the lower house out outof outof outof
of the Tauride palace the leaders con contemplate contemplate contemplate ¬
template an attempt to continue the thesittings thesittings thesittings
sittings independently In other words wordsthey wordsthey wordsthey
they will try to seize the reins of pow power power powen ¬
er The eternal parallel of the French Frenchrevolution Frenchrevolution Frenchrevolution
revolution which keeps recurring is isthus Isthus Isthus
thus again in evidence The members memberswould memberswould memberswould
would probably be required to swear swearas swearas swearas
as did those of the French assembly assemblyto
to meet wherever circumstances re require require require ¬
quire it until a constitution is estab established established established ¬
lished on a solid foundation foundationIf
If this stage is reached a dictator dictatorShip dictatorship dictatorship
Ship or the surrender of the govern governirent govorI1ITent governlrent
irent is inevitable The emperor must mustswear mustswear mustswetr
swear to abide by the constitution as asIiouis asLouIs asLouis
LouIs XVI did or proclaim a dictator dictatorship dictatorship dictatorship ¬
ship The latter step Is sure to be bethe bethe bethe
the precursor of a bloody revolution revolutionwhich revolutionwhich revolutionwhich
which perhaps the former wil only de delay delay delay ¬
lay layThe
The Rech believes that the case of ofM ofir
M Ulianoff whose expulsion from par parliament parliament parliament ¬
liament for a press offense is demanded demandedby
by the government is the first step stepin stepIn stepin
in the governments attack on parlia parliament parliament parliament ¬
ment which the ministry is trying to topersuade topersuade topersuade
persuade the world is a revolutionary revolutionarybody revolutionarybody
body The paper warns the govern government government government ¬
ment that an attempt to dissolve par parJiament parJiament pariiament
Jiament will plunge the country into intohorrors Intohorrors Intohorrors
horrors of which the government has haslittle haslittle haslittle
little dreamed and declares the govern government government government ¬
ment must be blind to imagine that thatsuch thatsuch thatsuch
such a step can succeed succeedLike succeedLike succeedLike
Like a apoor poor chess player says 8S th thRech thRech the theRech
Rech the government fails to see that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this move can only lead to a check checkmate checkmate checkmate ¬
No Cessation in the Bloody Butchery Butcheryat
at Bialvstok BialvstokWarsaw Bialvstokars Bialvstokarsaw
Warsaw ars arsaw w June 16 16The The latest mos messages mossaos moesages ¬
sages received here from Bialystok say sav savthe
the sacking of Jewish houses ho ses and anflshops antJ antJh9PS andshops
shops accompanied by conflicts in the thestreets thest1eots thestreets
streets between the mobs and the theContinued theContinued theContinued
Continued on Page 2
Street Car Company Concedes ConcedesDemands ConcedesDemands ConcedesDemands
Demands of Employes With Without Without Without ¬
out Recognition of Union UnionIS
The differences batw b8tween en th the Utah Light LightPower LightPower t tPower
Power company comJ > fUIY and its employes were werftsettled werAsettled weresettled
settled yesterday yester when an agreement was wasincorporated WSIncorporated wasincorporated
incorporated in the operating rules of th thstreet thtstreet thstreet
street railway syst sy systom m conceding some of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the grievances drawn up by the t e street streetcar streetCAr streetcar
car employes and increasing increagi the wage wagsscale wagescaJe wagescale
scale of employes after five years of ofservice ofservice ofservice
service from 25 to 27 cents per hour The Thevictory Thevictory Thevictory
victory won by the street car employes employeswas
was not complete Their union was hot hotrecognized not notrecognized notrecognized
recognized recognizedThe
The company met the street car em employes emploes employes ¬
ployes committee upon the suggestion of
B H Roberts as employes of the com company company cornpany ¬
pany and the union in no way entered enteredinto
into The controversy Mr Roberts acted actedas
as one of the railway rallwa employes represen ¬
tatives during the session which con consumed consumed consumed ¬
sumed the entire day dayAgreement da daAgreement dayAgreement
Agreement Is Reached ReachedConcessions ReachedConcessions ReachedConcessions
Concessions were made by the employes employesas
as well as the company and the agree agreement agreement agreement ¬
ment was drawn up and unanimously ac accepted accepted accopIed ¬
cepted to the satisfaction of all the par ¬
ties concerned When the conference conf rence ad ¬
journed the employes committee and th thofficials thofficials thofficials
officials of the company were pleased pleasedover pleM pleMover pleasedover
over the peaceable settlement of their
difficulties They said that the confer conference conterence conference ¬
ence had brought them th > m closer together
for the betterment of the service and
for the betterment of working condition
The original ultimatum presented to tilt thicompany tiltcom th thcompany
company com pan by its employes contained fif ¬
teen articles of agreement Eight of them themare themare themare
are embodied in the agreement which was
drawn up after the conference The em employes employes employes ¬
ployes committee fought hard for every evervevery
Inch of ground they gained They lost Jostevery lostevery
every demand involving recognition of
the union in any way The company held
that its shop employes were In no way wasconnected
connected with the operating depart department department department ¬
ment but agreed to meet them on the thesame thesame thesame
same basis b sis as it had the street car men
It is stated that the shop employes will willmeet willmeet willmeet
meet with the company later and adjust adjustsome adjustsome adjustsome
some grievances which they have
The following is the agreement reached reachedat
at the conference yesterday yesterdayText yesterdayText yesterdayText
Text of Agreement AgreementFirst AgreementFirstWages AgreementFirstWages
First FirstWages Wages for trainmen shall be as
follows For the first six ix months 30 JO O cents centsper centsper centsper
per hour for the second six months 22 i2cents 2
cents per hour for the next four years yearscents
25 S cents per hour after five years ser service Srvlce service ¬
vice 27 7 cents hour
per Ten hours hou u unear anear as asiar
near as practicable shall constitute con tJtut a
days work workSecond workSecondAny workSecondAny
Second SecondAny Any employe who may be sus suspended 8Ufipernled au aunended ¬
pended or discharged cU ckarged and if updn up n inves ¬
tigation he is proven not at fault he heshall h hshall heshall
shall be reinstated to no foM former posi i ¬
tion and a paid pi for all al time lost J0t
Third ThirdThe The seniority sniority right shall shl prevail i I
in the adjustment aument of all al runs rn and ptR all allruns allrons allruns
runs shall sbl be completed cpletM as a nearly nerly as pos possible ps pssible possible ¬
sible within twelve twlve consecutive conuthoe hours
that the company cmpy on e its It part prt appoint appiJt
two men men and a the employes emplye on their thtlr part partappoint partappnt partappoint
appoint two men to adjust
appnt ajut the question questionof
queton quetonof
of runs subject subjet to revision reviion amendment amendmentand amndmen t tad
and ad approval appva of the superintendent sprtenent of ofth ofthraiway ofthrailway thu thurailway
railway raiway service srice the company compy however howeverreserving howeverreserving r rreenoin
reserving reenoin the right to t operate opte emergenc emergenccrews emergenccrews v vcrews
crews and training trning cats catsSettlement c cSetlemelt carsSettiemert
Settlement Setlemelt of Grievances GrievancesFourth GrievancesForthIn GrievancesFourthIn
Fourth ForthIn FourthIn In the th event that any ay griv grivance grievance
grey greyance
ance may arise aris between 1wen the th company and
its employes th the duly authorized athrie empy commit ¬
tee empye of employee shall bl have hve the privilege privilegeof cmmi
empye piviee pivieeof
of taking taing all al matters mater In dispute dipte before
the proper prop officers of the company
Fifth FifhEmploye FIfthEmployee Employes may ma obtain obtin compy without withoutsacrifice wihout wihoutsrifce withoutsacrifice
sacrifice srifce of position pition in the companys cm 3s ser sera serYlce sm smvice
vice leave of abnce absence upn upon applction application for fora
a reasonable renable time tme when consistent cnssent with
the companys service serviceSixth seri serviceSixthAll
Sixth SixthAl SixthAll compnys All regular reular crews shall shl be b paid
from the time Um they have hve been ben instructed iltruct pid
to report reprt until unti relieved relived or until UIU their car
is housed housedSeventh hos housedSeventhExtra Cr
Seventh SeventhExtra Extra men will 111 not be b paid pid for forregular forreglar forregular
regular reglar showing slowing up reports reprts all other re reports 1 reports ¬
ports prt will wi be b considered conire as a being bein marked
for a run and shall shl pay py no less le than one
hour for the same sme It I is understood unrsto how however however however ¬
ever that regular rellar showing shYin up reports reportsmentioned reportsmentioned
mentioned mentie above abve are intended Intende ot cover reps repsmentie all allruns al allruns
runs runsEighth rns rnsEighthAn runsEighthAny
Eighth EighthAn Any train man mn failing falng to report
for duty on time tme will wi be b placed pla on reprt the theextra theetra theextra
extra etra list lst three thre days dys It I is I understood unerslo
however that if a train trn man mn misses mis his hisrun hisrun hi hirim
run while whle en route to work ork through any anycause anrcause an ancause
cause or delay of the cars car he h shall shal onlv onl
lose Joe that day or part pt of day cJa Train onl men menunder me meuner meaunder
under uner the foregoing fo golng circumstances circumtae shall aha t
furnish furnlsl to the proper propr officers ofn r a report in
detail detai of the car cr and incident Incent cause cU of
delay or detention detentionMr detenton detentonMr detentionMr
Mr Roberts Robers Pleased PleasedAfter PleasedAfer PleasedAfter
After Afer the conference cferene adjourned adjra yester yesterday yestprday yestrday ¬
day afternoon afternn Mr Roberts Rort acting et rep representative Tfpr representative ¬
resentative r said ntatve of the employes emplye association associationsaid aslaton aslatonsd associationsaid
saidThe sd sduTbe
The conference conferlce was conducted coute In A Avery a avery
very satisfactory stsfactor manner mnner and an the out outcome outcome outcome ¬
come come was beneficial bnefcial to the company as aswell aswel aswell
well wel as a to its Is employee employe In reaching reching th thfinal thA thAfinal thofinal
final agreement ageement both bth parties prte made con concessions concsion eoncessions ¬
cessions csion The Te company compy met the th commit committee committee committee ¬
tee as a their employee emploe and an not as a repre representative reprSntatve representative ¬
sentative Sntatve body by of their local loal union unionI
I was approached approched by the commit commite commitelast committee committeelast too toolast
last Thursday Thuray to ascertain a rtn on what terms termsthe t termsthe rms rmstbe
the company compn would oul meet met its employee employe in inadjusting inajusting i iadjustIng
ajusting adjusting their ther grievances grieyance I met with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the officials offclal of o the company compny and they thevagreed the theIgre theyagreed
agreed Igre to confer with wih them as employr employrbut emplotbt employebut
but bt not as a union The officials offials offialspre ox oxpressed oxpressed
pressed pre no objection objtion to my attending atending the theconference thf theconference
conference as a representative of the
reprentative t em employes tm tmploye employes ¬
ployes ploye I reported reprte the companys copyS terms termsto ters terst
to the committee which awaited
t commite awte on m mand mfan niand
and an being bing satisfactory stsfactory the conference conferencewas Of rtnf
was held which resulted re5ite in the settlement settlementof stement stementof
of their differences differencesCompany difference differenceCompany differencesCompany
Company is Satisfied SatisfiedGeneral SatisfiedGenerl SatisfiedGeneral
General Generl Manager Campbell Campbl said si that tht the thecompany thecompny thecompany
company compny was a satisfied stsie with wth the te agree agreement aget agreemeat ¬
ment which would immediately immiately go into intothe intothe intothe
the operating oprting rules rul of the company g HP HPsaid H Hsid liesaid
said sid that the settlement settement was ws compny final finl and andthat and andthat
that the local ll union had not been hen rec recognized recogize recoguized ¬
ognized ogize In any an way wayMr Wo WoMr wayMr
Mr Pratt Prat the national natonal representative representativeof repre represthtativof ntt
of the union was satisfied stsfed with lh the th agree agreement agreemEnt agreemeat ¬
meat mEnt He said s that it i was wa made mde as ho hohad h hbad hnhad
had expected expeted without a I strike or lockout lockoutThe lkout lkoutThe lockoutThe
The officials offeials representing reprentn < the company cmpuy companyin
in the conference cnference were as follows folows Gen General General General ¬
eral Manager R R S Campbell Capbll Vice Pres President Prts PrtsIdent PresIdent ¬
ident Joseph S Wells
Joph Superintendent Suprntnet W WP Wp WP
P Reed Red and Assistant Aslstnt Superintendent SuperintendentO Suprntendent
0 P Arnold ArnoldThe Arold AroldThe ArnoldThe
The employee employe committee commite was composed composedof cmpsEd cmpsEdof
of James Jame H Lament Lamnt H T B B Gray Gry A AH
H Burt J C McCarthy McCrthy W B B Randall RandallWilliam HndaH HndaHV118m RandallWilliam
William Hilton Hiton V118m Cocking John Joht Jones Jone and an Fred FredHilton F FHiton FredHilton
El Paso Tex Te June 16 1A A report reprt has hasbeen 1 h hbeen
been ben received reeved from Santa Sta BufeUia BIU a min mining mlnlal mislag ¬
lag lal camp cmp in Chihuahua Mexico Me 3W 3 miles milesfrom mil milesfrom
from here that the Bueno Bu g Tiarra mine is isafire Isare Isaftre
afire and aD that tht seven seve men me are kriown kwn to tohave tonave tohave
have are been be asphyxiated ph fated A candie cndleet candieset set fire flrato fireto
to toto
to timbering Intha in te mine me

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