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QUARANTINE TO TOPROTECT 7vPR
PROTECT PR OTECT SOUTH
Jew w Regulations Will i Go onto Into Ef Effect Effeet ¬
feet at New ew York or on Sat Saturday Saturday ate ¬
urday ur aY Next NextWILL NextVILl ext extWILL
WILL BE DETAINED DETAINEDUHaraia DETAINEDAll
UHaraia All HaraRa awa P Passengers > Not of Im Immunes 1mmunes m mmuses =
munes toe to Be Held HeldNEW HeldNEW e eNEW
NEW REGULATIONS ARE INTEND INTENDED ¬
ED TO KEEP eEP YELLOW FEVER FEVEROUT FEveROUT FEVEROUT
OUT OF THE HE SOUTHERN STATES STATESNEW STATESNEW STATESNEW
NEW YORK IS IN MO DANGER DANGERFEVER DANGERAp5
Ap5 4 FEVER MOSQUITo AiRE AREUNKNOWN AiREUNKNOWN AIREUNKNOWN
UNKNOWN THERE THEREBy
By Associated Press PressYork Presst
ere t > York Juae 18 Dr > r A H Doty Dotyhealth Do Doht Dotyhe
ht health > 21 l officer oa cer for f the port of New NewYoh New1d New1oK
Yoh saW yesterday 8st8r Y that the new nowquarantine newurantiae newqu
qu quarantine rantiae rdfewiatloas r1IiatlonsaDeotiag affecting Cuban Cubanper Cubanpor Cubanport
per 3 will fl1 g ge liMO effect oa Saturday Saturdaynext
next and will be enforced to the letter let letter letter ¬
ter Under these t ese regnlatioas all pas passengers pasn passsengers ¬
sengers n n OB steamships Mea htps from Havana Havanaand Haanaand
and other Cwbaa Ct C baa > 81 ports suet oa arri arrival arriI arrival ¬
val I produce oartlacates showing that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they are imrauae from yellow eUow fever feverTher feerThtr feverThe
The r failure to do so will mean that thatthey thattht thatthey
they tht will be held for observation O until untilfive until1he untilfive
five days have ave elapsed since their de departure departure departure ¬
parture from Oba ObaHie ckThe hrbaThe
The new ew regulations are intended intendedo
o keep yellow fever oat of qur < south southern ¬
ern t > rn states sW sd Dr Doty For or in instance instance instance ¬
stance a persoa with the fever in h3 h3fym a ajVem i ifY
jVem fY em may Dt come from fvaaa in three threeda3 three threeda
da3 da > s a4 if allowed alk > we4 to land can by bytaking b btak1t bytaking
taking tak1t a fast ferata be is New Orleams Orleamsbefore 0rle B > a abefore 3J 3Jbffore
before the t e expirtioa of l the fiveday fivedayImir AveiaY1 fiveday1mt
Imir HonoQ H the froseof ef
< j aece8st keep jceeping keepmg ee eemg
mg all but ijimaaae 1Mti1t 8S tMder eer observation observationfor ob orvation orvationfor
for that thatHtriH period New York is of ofcourse ofcourse ofcourse
course la BO daager for there are no nojellow noe1Jo noy
jellow y e1Jo ellow fever MMfttitooes atee Mttoee here 8fe It is isdifferent isdifferent isdifferent
different ia the South however Wei Weibavt We Webut Wel
but l arr got to protect that section of the thecountry therouDt thecountry
country rouDt and that fe exactly what the thenew tllen thenew
new n > regvlattea bt Oll a is iateaded to accom accomplish ac accamplisk m mpUsh ¬
pUsh pliskct
ct SQUARE DEAL DEALFOR DEALfOR 17 17RGANIZAT1O
FOR NEGROES NEGROESORGANIZATION NEGROESRGANIZA
ORGANIZATION RGANIZA TION 4 FO FC > > RMBD RM eD TO < AD ADVANCE ADVAiNOE ADVANOE ¬
VANCE INTEREST INTBR + BST 0F < > F THE THER TIH TIRERIACE E ERCAC
R ACE RCAC RIACEBy < ACEBy E EBy
By Associated Press PressNew PressXe Pressdew
New Xe York J1tAe Jn e 1Liaaeuacement 1Liaaeuacementvas 1 It AHao BBOtlacoment BBOtlacomenttas cement cementTas
Tas mie today t day of 0 aa orgaaizatkm orgaaizatkminoAn or orgaaizatloal aizttloB aizttloBinown
l inoAn no n a as ti th the Os C Committee IUee OB B Improve Improvoof
Lent of the t e Iwtaetrial Ind trial CoBdttkm o of tie tiero titeXgro theX
X Xgro gro ro in New York The membership membershipincludes Me asearbershIpacludes Mtets1dp Mtets1dpnludes
includes negro e o leaders here who are arenerested arenttreste areInterested
Interested in the work for the raoe ia iathe ilithe Inthe
the south aad desire to advance the theinterest t theinterest i iInterttlt
interest of Ttm t negroes ia New NewYork NewY NewYork
York Y rk A s SCfWre ware deal 1 ia getting a alvhbood ablibood alvlihood
lvhbood Is a fwajfeateatal principle principledeclare principleclecIarN principledeclares
declare the aaottcc aaaow oeeaeaL oeeaeaLN at atBODY t tBODY
BODY OF LESTER LESTEREN
EN N ROUTE SOUTH
By Associated Press PressJae PressWa PressWaetdngtoa
Waetdngtoa Wa tngtOll Jae 19 1tT The e body 1K > d oRepreseatatiee o oRepresentative i
Representative Lester of Georgia Georgiadied Georgiabo
bo died Saturday as the result of a aleft a1a11 afall
fall left here ere this afternoon and will willarrive willarrive m I Iarrhe
arrive in Savaaaah Sa aalt tomorrow morn mornIng mornIng morning
Ing It was wa at aoooiBpaiiied aoc > > IItpai8tl by his fam famcoMMittees famIly lamI1
Ily I1 a coMMittees co ritiees of the senate and andA andboase and17onse
boase boaseA
A SAMPLE OF NEW NEWYORK NEWYORK
YORK JUSTICE JUSTICEBy 1f 1fr 1fBY
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By Associated Press PressYork PressNew Pressew
New ew York Jj Jue e 18 HIFreedom Freedom for forHenry forH forHenry
Henry H nry H1rschataa Hlrch Maa aaf who w O pleaded JM ded guilty
to seUafe U gag o k A1IaQIetI has dyed thousand dol dollars dollars dollars ¬
lars worth of aerchaadise not his hisand hisand hisd
and d six years ia 1 prison for John dark darkwho Clarkwho Ctarkwho
who stole twe tW811b4e tyfive casts was the ther the18111t theresult
r result ttlt of 0 tWit trials today todayIt
It is alleged that Hlrschmaa HtrsohmP aa t with witha
a high credit rating secured goods on oncredit oncr oncredit
credit cr dit sold them at forced sale aad aadiled udQl aadsailed
Ql sailed iled for Bwope rope He pleaded guilty guIJt31o4ar
today a4 promise pro sed restitution re Clark ClarkStole Ciarknote
Stole Ole tweatyfive tw jive cots tram a barber barberv 1 I
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THIS mi is isSeen W WisBENT S SHENT
BENT UPON UPONROBBEBY UPONROBBERY
ROBBERY ROBBEBYSeen
Seen at Residence of Mrs M A ASmith ASmith ASmith
Smith an and Did Not NotMDY Move MoveUfttil Moveeti I IUntil
Until eti Ladies a ies Caliel CalielA C a lle1 lle1A e eA
A tall negro of a gingdrcake color colorwas colorwas
was evidently bent upon robbing the thehome thehome I II
home of Mrs D M tI i A Smith at the corI corInor cor corner cori coriner ¬ I
ner of Wright and Spring streets itreetSunday streetsSunday streetsSundar I
Sunday night and would w ld no nodoubt nodoubthave 1 doubt doubthave doubt doubtae
have ae made an attempt but for tide U e fact factthat factthat factthat
that Mrs and nd Miss Smith heard his hisfootsteps hisfoots hisfootsteps
footsteps foots eps on the ground gr und and a few fewminutes fewminutes fewy
y minutes later saw him at one of the thewindows theI thewindows
I windows The negro did not know knowthat knowthat I Ithat
that he had been heard walking in inthe inthe inthe
the yard and andg was gazing through the thewindow thewindow thewindow
window with the evident intention of ofsizing ofsizing ofsizing
sizing up the house and beginning beginningoperations beg1nnlngoperatons beginningoperations
operations operationsJust I
Just as he reached the window wlnd W Miss MissSmith IDssSmith MissSmith
Smith also appeared there but the thenegro thenegro thenegro
negro seeing that he had h d beendetect beendetectj bee 1 etect etectI
j ed boldly bold stood in his tracks even evenj evenafter
j after the young lady lad had ordered him himfrom himI himfrom
from the premises and did not make makeany makeany makeany
I any move move towards taking his depart departure ¬
ure unfc un until l the young lady called to her hermother herI
I mother to call Mr Gonzalez residing residingnear
near He then moved off t jumped thefence the thefence j
fence and disappeared disappearedIt
It was just about 11 oclock when whenjthe whentlle whenIthe
jthe tlle negro was discovered in the yard yardAt yardI yardAt
I At this time Carl Cushman was pass passling passI
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ling i nalongWfest along M1st Wright street near nearI nearthe neartile
I r the Smith home jhen en he saw aneagro aneagroF a negro negroapproBChingafc negroIP
F approBChingafc IP chlng at a fjgalt t The young youngman you youman
lman man did not knoW kn wvthath what hathid ha a occurred occurredbut accurredbut t iTed iTedbut
but stood where he e was until the thenegro thenegro thenegro
negro passed The latter did not see seaMr seeIr seeMr
Mr Ir Cushman until he was wl whin in a afew afew afew
few yards of him and = n when he had hadpassed hadpassed hadpassed
passed he redoubed his speed and
was soon lost to sight sIg t running rU nt 1g to towards towards towards ¬
wards PaJafox street streetMr streetIr streetlllr
Mr Ir Cushman upon reaching the cor corner corner corner ¬
ner learned le rned that the hegro he had met methad methad methad
had just left the yard of Mrs Smith SmithHe SmithHe SmithHe
He obtained a good view of the negro negroand negroand negroand
and would recognize him if he saw sawhim sawhim sawhim
him again againBIG againBIG againBIG
BIG DEAL IN INTIMBER INTIMBER iNT1MBER
TIMBER LANDS
By Associated Asso lated Press PressValdosta PressYaldosta PressValdosta
Valdosta Ga June 19 19IW W S West Westpresident Westpresident Westpresident
president of the Georgia Ge rgla state senate senatehas Senatehas enatehas
has just closed a deal whereby the thesaw thesa thesaw
saw sa mill at Levqn vo thirty t irt thousand thousandacres thousandacres thousandacres
acres of timber in Marion and Sumter Sumtercounties Sumtercounties Sumtercounties
counties and eighteen miles of t tram tramraHway tramraHwa tramraHway
raHway raHwa goes to the McGhee McGh e Lumber LumberCompany LumberCompan LumberCompany
Company of Ooala florida orlda Nearlythree Nearly Nearlythree Nearlythree
three hundred thousand dollars is in involved inwlv Involved ¬
volved volvedNINE wlv wlvNINEINJURED volvedNINE
NINE NINEINJURED INJURED IN INL IINl INWRK
L l N WRECK WR CK
By Associate Press Pressaiiddiesboro Pressnddleboro PressIiddiesboro
aiiddiesboro Ky June 19 1 19A A pas passenger passen passenger ¬
senger sen er train and fast freight on the theL theL
1 L N collidedhere collided here this afternoon afternoonseriously afternoonseriously afternoonseriously
seriously injuring nine persons personsNEXT persOns persOnsNEXT personsNEXT
NEXT GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENTREPORT GOVEaRtN GOVERENTREPORT eNT eNTREPORT
REPORT ON COTT10N COTT10NBy
By Associated ASll clated Press PressNew PIeSSNow ProseNow
Now Orleans June 19 19Vlctor Victor H HOlmstead HOlmstead HOlmstead
Olmstead chiefof chief of the bureau of sta statistics statistics statistics ¬
tistics today tod y wiredSecretaryHester wiredSecretaryHesterthat wIred ecretary cretaf Hester Hesterthat Hesterthat
that the next government report on oncotton Oncotton oncotton
cotton would wDuldtJe toe issued July 3 3NORWEGIAN 3NORWEGIAN 3NORWEGIAN
NORWEGIAN KING I NGAND KINQANDQUEEN < NGANDQUEEN AND ANDQUEEN
QUEEN AT A TRONDHJEM TRONDHJEMBy
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By Associate Press PressTrondhjem P PressTrondhjem ss ssTrondhjem
Trondhjem June IS Kind < ind Haakon Haakonand Haakonand Haakonand
and Queen Maud landed here thise this thisevening thiseV
eV e evening lng Theirreception Thou eOep eon eAtion on was enthu enthusiastic enthusiastlc enthusiastic ¬
siastic siasticPORT siastlcPORT siasticPORT
PORT ARTHtta TEXA TE TEpffI TEpffINOWA AS IS ISNOW ISNOW
NOW NOWA A PORT 1 OF OFENTRY OFENTRYBy ENTRY ENTRYBy
By Associated AS8ocl te Press pr ai aiWaShington ff ffWashington YWashington
Washington Washington Juae 19 19sPhe The presi president president president ¬
dent this afternoon < signed slin d the bill billmaking bl1lI billmaking
making m king Port Arthur Texas T Tea x port of ofentry ofentry ofentry
entry v
Will Deliver Oration OratiotJNext Next Year YearUniversity YearAt YearIt
At It The University V iversity oGeorgia 0jf Georgia
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PRE59 PRESIDENT pfI ES10E BENT T HIADLEY HIAID HA DLE LEIV OF YALE YALEAtehns Y YALEAteens LE LEAte
Atehns Ate ns Gat Ga June 19 19The The Alumni Society So lety of f the University of Georgiatoday Georgia Georgiatoday Georgiatoday
today selected president Hadley of Yale as next years orator oratorMASSACRE oratorMASSACRE oratorMASSACR
MASSACRE AT BIALYSfjpK BIALYSfjpKNOT BIAl BIALYSflflt YSfnK YSfnKNOT t
NOT DUE DUETORACUTRD DUETORACUTRDat TO RACE RACf HATRED HATREDCity fR D DCitj
City at Council Council Declares De ec lareil area it itt itTroops Wi1r aWr rovoke rovokerocs ok 4I 4ITroops
t
Troops rocs and an Police ice e Jews are areEastfly areEastflyBa Hastily HastilyBarHeading astz astzasrtca
BarHeading Ba asrtca picading ing Their r eti err Homes
By Associated Press PressSt JressSt PressSt
St Petersburg Petersbi g June 19 A dispatch dispatchreceived despatchreceived dispatchreceived
received today from a member of the thelower thelower thelower
lower house committee sent to Bialy Bralystpk Bialystok Bfalystok
stok to investigate the Jewish massacre massa massacre massacre ¬
cre there says that order was restored restoredyesterday r restoredyesterday stored storedesterday
yesterdaySeventyeight yesterday yesterdaySeventyeight esterdaySeventyeight
Seventyeight Jews and Christians Christianshave Christianshave
have been buried the majority having havingbeen havinbeen havingbeen
been killed with bayonets or rifle bul bullets bullets bullets ¬
lets The total number of dead has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not yet et been established establishedThe
The city councl has unanimously unanimouslydeclared unanimouslydeclared unanimouslydeclared
declared the massacre not the result resultof
of race hatred but due to provocation provocationTroops provocationTroops provocationTroops
Troops and police participated in the
Two Indictments Returned ReturnedAgainst ReturnedAgainst ReturnedAgainst
Against Bill ill Christmas i
Special SpeciaI to The Journal Journalftlarianna JournalIMarianna Journal911arianna
ftlarianna Fla June 19 19The The grand grandjury grandjury grandjury
jury has returned two indicetments indicetmentsagainst indi indicetmentsagainst etn ents entsagainst
against W D Christmas one for the
By Associated Press PressNew PressNew PressNew
New Orleans June 19 19tDis 19IDispatchea 19IDispatcheafrom Dispatches Dispatchesfrom atche atchefrom
from Pollock La a lumbering l town townsays townsas townsays
says that fire yesterday did three hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred thousand dollars worth of dam damage damage damage ¬
age destroying destro tng twelve tV lye million feet of ofTHE ofTUE ofciuBs
THE G 0 P CLUBSELECT CLUBS CLUBSELECT ciuBsLICTQfflCS
ELECT LICTQfflCS LICTQfflCSBy OFFICERS OFFICERSBy
By Associated Press PressPhiladelphia PressPhiladelphia PressPhiladelphia
Philadelphia June 19 19Reaffirmlng 19Reaffirmlngallegiance Reaffirmingallegiance Reaffirming Reaffirmingallegiance
allegiance to principles of the thelepuJi thelepuJilfc jeputi jeputilican epub epublican
lican lfc n party and condemning combina combinations combinations cotnbinations ¬
tions in restraint r of trade the Na National National National ¬
tional League of Republican Clubs to today today today ¬
day adjourned General E AMcAl AMcAlpin A MaAl MaAlpin Mo 1 1Pin
pin of New York was elected president presi president r i ident ¬
dent H H Meyer Little Rock Ro k vice vicepresident vicepresident vicepresident
president Chauncey Dewey otOhio otOhiosecretary of Ohio Ohiosecretary Ohiosecretary
secretary secretaryHOUSE secretaryHOUSE secretaryHOUSE
HOUSE OF LORDS U > ROS PASSED PASSEDCOLONIAL PASSEDCOrONIAL PASSEDCOLONIAL
COLONIAL MARRIAGEBILL MARRIAGEBILLBy MARRIAGE BI BILL BILL8Y L LBy
By Associated Press PressLondon PressLondon PressLondon
London June 19 19The The colonial mar marriage mairiageblll matriage ¬
riage riageblll bill passed the house of lords on onits onits onits
its its third reardlng rea 1ng today without com comment comment cornmeat ¬
ment The Th Ibill provides for legaliza legalization 1egaUzatlon legallzation ¬
tion in the United Kingdom of f mare mar marriage marriage ¬
riage with a deceased wifes wifeaIster wifeaIsteranywhere sister sisteranywhere sisteranywhere
anywhere In the th British possessions
outrages outragesReports oltr outragesReports es esReports
Reports that the Jews and revolu revolutionists revolutionists revolutionists ¬
tionists attacked the inhabitants are arefalse arctaise arefalse
false falseJEWS taiseJ
4 4JEWS
JEWS J EW S ARE HASTILY HASTILYBARRICADING HASTILYBAR HASTILY1CIAD
BARRICADING BAR RIIClAJD ING HOMES HOMESBialystok HOM HOMESBialystok ES ESBi
Bialystok Bi l sfok June 19 19tfJore More than one onehundred onehundred onehundred
hundred bodes of Jews were buried buriedduring burledd buriedduring
during d rIng the day but the presence of ofmilitary otmlutary ofmilitary
military forces prevented a resump resumption resumptIon resumption ¬
tion of the disorders disordersThe disordersThe disordersThe
The Jews continue in a panic ana anflare anaare andare
are hastily barricading what Is = left leftof leftof leftof
of their houses
murder of Judge Christmas and one onefor onefpr onefor
for the murder of Mrs Christmas ChristmasThe ChristmasThe ChristmasThe
The witnesses have not yet been dis discharged di dicharged dicharged ¬
charged Chistmas was remanded to tojail tojail tojail
jail without bail
Immense Damage Da age by Fire in inLouisiana inLouisiana inLouisiana
Louisiana Lumbering Town
lumber part of the Iron Mountain Mountainrailroads MountainrailroadoS Mountainrailroads
railroads trestle across Big Creek Creekeighteen Creekeiglit Creekeighteen
eighteen eiglit en houses one hotel and forty fortynine fortynine fortynine
nine freight cars The largest loss is isby Isby isby
by the Big Creek Lumber Company CompanyOnethousand CompanyOne CompanyOne
Onethousand One thousand men were thrown out outof outof outof
of employment employmentRUBBER employmentRUBBER employmentRUBBR
RUBBER BALL BALLUSED BALLUSED BALLUSED
USED IN GAME GAMEBy
By Associated Press PressMontgomery PressIoI PressT4fontgomery
Montgomery IoI tgomer Ala June 19 19Presl 19Presldent 19PresfdenI Presi President ¬
dent Amerine of the Montgomery ballclub ball ballclub bandUbh
club dUbh has s received a letter from Manager Man Manager Manager ¬
ager Mullaney saying that the ball ballused banu hallttsed
used u id in the New Orleans game on onJune onJu onJune
June Ju e 10 was found to made practical practically ¬
ly y pf of rubber r bber Tht matter will be laid Jaidbefore laidJ laidbefore
J before the president of the Southern Southernleague SouthernI
I league ieagpeCOMMISSIONER leagueCOMMISSIONER ie e eOMMisSIONER
COMMISSIONER HARRIS HARRISTENDERS HARRISTENDEJRS HARRISTENDERS
TENDERS RESIGNATION RESIGNATIONBy
By Associated Press PressWashington PressWashington PressWashington
Washington June 19 19Dr Dr r W T THarris1 THarris THarris
Harris commissioner of educationhis education educationhas
has h his S tendered his resignation to the thepresident thejresfodent thegtesh1ent
president The latter today toda appointed appointedDr appointedDrEimer
Dr DrEimer Elmer E Brown of the Univer University Universl Universityof ¬
sity sl sityof yoCa1ifornla of California his successor successorjf
jf jw
SENATOR KN PNOX PNOXFAVORS 0 X XFAVORS
FAVORS lOCK lOCKr
I CANAl
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4 4Addressed
Addressed Addressed Senate enah in 0 Support of ofthat ofthat o othat
that Type e Across cross Isthmus Isthmusof IsthmusfPanama >
of Panama fPanamaommrttBe PanamaCommittee PanamaCommittee
Committee Reports Favorabls on onAllowance onAllowance onAllowance
Allowance for President PresidentFIFTY
FIFTY FI PTY THOUSAND THOU S1AINDl I IgjOLLARS OtUARS PER PERYE PERYEAlR PERYEAIR
YEAlR YE AIR WML W1It Wii BE BER R RECOMMENDED RECOMMENDEDFOR COMMEN COMMENDED COMMENDEDFOR DED DEDFOR
FOR EXECUTIVES TRAVELING TRAVELINGEXPENSES TRiAVELINGEXPENS TRAVELINGEXPENSEiSNEXT
EXPENSES EXPENSEiSNEXT NEXT WEEK WILLSE WILL WILLBE WfI1LBE
BE UAJST UAlSTlOiF OF SESSION SESSIONBy sEiSlSrONBX N NB
By B X XWashinon Associated Press PressWashington PressWashington
Washington June June 19 191Senator Senator enat r Knox Knoxaddressed Knoxddressed Knoxaddressed
addressed the senate today in support supporiof suppt rt rtof
of the lock Iocktvpe type for the Panama canalThe canal canalThe I IThe
The aricultural bill with the meat meatamendment meatamendment meatamendment
amendment was received from the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house and ordered printed printedThe printedThe printedThe
The conference report on the legIs leglaIctive legIs11t1ve legisk
k Ictive tive appropriation bill was present presented ¬
ed and adopted adoptedThe adoptedThe adoptedThe
The senate ordered another confer conference conference conference ¬
ence on the naval bill billIn billIn billIn
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In the House HouseWashington HouseWashington HouseWashington
Washington June 19 19After After adopt adopting adopting adopting ¬
ing the meat inspection amendment amendmentthe
the house sent the agricultural bill to toa toa toa
a conference The Th bill 1l then passed passedunder passedunder passedunder
under a suspension of the rules The Thesubsidiary Thesubsidiary Thesubsidiary
subsidiary coinage colpagemeasure measure failed to tosecur tosecur torecur
secur enough votes vot s to pass passPresidents vassPresidents passPresidents
Presidents Expenses ExpensesWashington ExpenseslWashington ExpensesWashington
Washington June 19 19The The house housecommittee housecommittee housecommittee
committee on appropriations app prlations today todayvoted todayvoted todayvoted
voted a 0 favorable favora leteporton report on the bill billappfoprfating bUlPProprl billt
appfoprfating PProprl tltg5tfod t SOjffOdto 5O Oi 5oilte to tlte trav01liTox traveling travelingex trav l1I1g l1I1gex g
ex penses pensesof of the th president and his hisguests hisnests hisguests
guests nests
Last Week of Session SessionWashington SeSslonWashington SessionWashington
Washington June 19 19rrhe The he indications indica indications indications ¬
tions are that the t e conferees Qon one erees ees on the therate therate therate
rate bill will not nqt t reach h an an ri agreement agreementuntil agre agreementuntil men menuntil
until next week weekw which ch will probably probablybe
be the last week of the session Only Onlythree OnIythree Onlythree
three amendments are giving trouble troublethe troubIeth troublethe
the th pipe line amendment the com commodity commodity commodity ¬
modity amendments amendme 4 amend and nd the amend amendment amendment ¬
ment requiring flye fiy fl4nYs days notice to be begiven begiven begiven
given to the commission cgmmissiowbefore before a hear hearing hearing hearing ¬
ing upon an application for injunction injunctionsetting Injunctionsetting injunctionsetting
setting aside the orders of the commission com commission cOJDmission ¬
mission missionCHARGED missionCUARGED
CHARGED WITH WITHDISCRIMINATION 1 IT ITDISCRfMINATION
DISCRIMINATION DISCRIMINATIONBy
By Associated Press PressBlueflelds PressBIue PressBluefields
Blueflelds BIue fteIds W Va June 19 19The 19ThePowhattan 19ThePowhattan The ThePowhattan
Powhattan Coal Co Cot has engaged counsel coun counsel cotmsel ¬
sel to bring suit a against ihe t he Nbrfolk NorfolkWestern NbrfolkWestern NbrfolkWestern
Western Railroad relative to the thedistribution thedstributIon thedistribution
distribution in favor of companies companiesoperating companiesoperating companiesoperating
operating on its lands
GEORGIA MAN MANKILLED MANKlllED MANKILLED
KILLED BY SON SONy
By y Associated Press PressAthens PressAthens PressAthens
Athens Ga June 19 19cSam Sam m Gray Grayaged Graynged Grayaged
aged 47 was shot shotand and killed by his son sonJohn sonJohn sonJohn
John yesterday Gray is said to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been advancing on his wife threaten threatening threateuing threatening ¬
ing to kill her herServed herServed herServed
Served Friends FriendsWlth With Gumbo GumboTurnkey GumboTurnk GumboTurnkey
Turnkey Turnk Prank Kramer Kram r and John JohnMllford Johnlmr JohnMilford
Milford lmr rd gave the police station em employees employees employees ¬
ployees and a number of their t elr friends friendsan
an agreeable surprise last night when whenthey whellthey whenthey
they served them with some excellent excellentchicken exceUentchicken excellentchicken
chicken gumbo The Th treat was great greatly greatly reat reatly ¬
ly appreciated bythose by those those who ho had lie liegood 11egood + e egood
good fortune to be presentBoy present presentBoy preseutBoy
Boy Returned Home HomeLen HomeLen HomeLen
Len Antoine thefourtcen the fourteenyearold fourteenyearoldson earold earoldson
son of Henry Antoiri who it was wasfeared wasfeared wasfeared
feared had been 1 > ee drowned droiNnei dro nea has return returned returned ¬
ed to his hjfrttte h tne Thfe a boy had hadb been beenfishing beenfishing en enfishing
fishing wlth some friends fr ends as imny ex expected etpeeted expected ¬
pected
phil Sanchez z ReturnsPhil Returns ReturnsPhil ReturnsPhil
Phil Sanchez San hez who wh has been playin playinshort playinshort playingshort
short stop on the Gulfport team of the theCotton theCotton theCotton
Cotton States Slat s League for several severalweeks severalweeks severalweeks
weeks has returned retU ned to the city where wherehe Wherehe
he will remainSULTAN remain remainSULTAN r maln malnSULTAN
SULTAN WILL ACCEPTALGECIRAi ACCEPT ACCEPTALGECIRAJS ACCEPTALGEClTh
ALGECIRAJS S TREATY TREATYBy fFtEA TV TVy
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By y Associated Peas PeasTangier PeaTangier FresoSultan
Tangier June 19 19The The Sultan has haspresented haspresenteei haspresentedthe
presented presentedthe the Algeciras Algec rns treaty to his hisministers hisministers hisministers
ministers Its Itsacceptanc acceptanceis consider isconsidered considered j jed
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CHICAGO DRESSED MEA MCATDEFENDED MEAT MEATDEFENDED T r rDEfENDED
DEFENDED BY PACKERS i
PACKING HO HOUSE HOUSEMANAGER SE SEMANAGER
MANAGER PAID FAiD1OOO9
1 1Into 1OOO9 I i
Into the th City r Treasury yesterdayThus yesterday yesterdayThus
Thus Settling One On of ofthe ofI ofthe o othe
the Cases CasesOne I j jOne
One of the packing house ouse caseswhich cases caseswhich caseswhich
which have been prominently before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the public for the past week we k came to toa toa toa
a close yesterday morning when Man Manager Manager Manager ¬
ager Arthur Wl Davis of Armour ArmourCo our ourCo
Co paid over to Marshal Iarsha1Scb Schad d the thesum thesum thesum
sum of 100 and costs the th amount of ofthe ufthe ofthe
the fine assessed against him in the themunicipal themunlolpal themunicipal
municipal court for having tainted taintedand taintedand taintedand
and decayed meats in cold storage at atthe atthe atthe
the companys plant plantIt
It was thought there was as a prob probability prolabiUty probability > ¬
ability of the cases cnsesbeing being carried to a aWgher ahigher ahlgher
higher court but the action actjlon of the theArmour theATmour theArmour
Armour representative shows sh ws that an anappeal anappeal anappeal
appeal was not in view Manager nager J JD JI JD
D Carroll of Srolft Co Co I who was wasalso w waIso wasalso
also fined 100 on the same charge chargehas chargehas I Ihas
has not yet settled his fine but he hesignified hesignldled hesignified
signified his intention to t tjo Marshal MarshalSchad MarshalSchad MarshaltSchad
Schad yesterday of doing ijo and thusconcluding thus thusconcluding thusconcluding
concluding the case agains him himManager himManager
Manager Davis Again Arrested ArrestedManager 4rrested WrestedManager I
Manager Davis of the Ardour A our Pack Packing lPack1ng ipacking ¬
ing Company was again arrested a last lastnight Iastnight lastnight
night by the city authorities this time timeupon timeupon timeupon
upon the charge of selling tainted taintedmeats taintedmeats taintedmeats
meats to Mrs E Coulson Jt t is underI underIstood understood under understood ¬
stood that the meat was a whole aiwhole carcas car carcas i icas
cas of mutton and that iit It was re returned
turned to the packing house This oc occurred oCcurred occurred
curred last Wednesday and a d was W s the thearrest theatTest thearrest
arrest which the 1e mayor m ppQred3 ro r efoce efoceleaving eforeleaving r
leaving for Jacksonville 1
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FIRST ACT OFj OFjNEW Of OfNEW i i
NEW i GOVERNOR GOVERNORHAIRIRIUS
HAIRIRIUS OF OHIO SUSPNDS SUSPENDS ALL ALLWOIRK ALLWIOIRK ALLWIDIR
WOIRK K DURING FUNE FUNERAL FUNEifML 4IAL OF OFRREDECESCmi OFi OFPJRIEJDEC OFPIREDECESSOR
PIREDECESSOR PIREDECESSORBy PJRIEJDEC RREDECESCmi RREDECESCmiBy ESSOIRi ESSOIRiBy i i
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By Associated Press PressCincinnati PresaI PresaCincinnati PressCincinnati
Cincinnati June 19 19Thefirst The I first act0f act actof actof
of Governor Harris who was was as elected electedLieutenant elect electedLieutenant d dLieutenant
Lieutenant Governor as a ai republican republicanand reVubUcanand
and who succeeded to th the governor governorship governorshLp governorship ¬
ship on the death of Governor Gov rnor Patti Pattison Pattisonrwas Pattison
son sonrwas was a proclamation suspend suspending ¬
ing of all work in the state during the thefuneral theI thefuneral thefuneral I
funeral which will be held heI Thursday Thurslayafternoon Thursllayafternoon Thursdayafternoon
afternoon The services Gill m be sim simpie smtpie I Ii
pie t ti tOBRIEN i
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OBRIEN Of OPPOSES OPPOSESPILOTAGE
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Special to The Journal JournalWashington Journal Jou nai naiWashington I
Washington D C June JSJ Mr Lit1efield Littlefield Lit LitKefield
Kefield and friends of his and the pi pilotage pilotage ¬
lotage bill were active today As Asthe Asthe Asthe
1 1Hst
the speaker had placed the 4 4bill bill on hid hiolist hielist
list for recognition the opponents o ofthe of ofthe otthe
the bill were also alert ana presented presentedconsiderable presentejconslderabIe presenteiconsiderable
considerable opposition to t the bill billCaptain billI billCa1ptaln billCaptain I
Captain OBrien led the > opposition oppositionMr
Mr Littlefleld says he will fall call the billup bill billup billI billup
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up again tomorrow tomorrowINVESTIGATION tomorrowINVESTIGATIO
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INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIONIS
IS RESUMED RESUMEDI RESt RESti REStBy i i UMED
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By Associated Pass PnessWashington Pr ss i jWashington iWashington
Washington June 19 194The The Inter Interslate Interslate Interstate
slate Commerce Commission Commissln today toda re resumed resumed resumed ¬
sumed its investigation Into the ques question queslion question ¬
tion of ownership by railroad ra Iroadcom Iroadcomp com companles cornpanles
p panles nles and employees of coal < oal and anon oil oilstocks oilstocks l lstocks I
stocks The witnesses examined wereSecretary were wereSecretary
1 1Secretary
Secretary Chase and President President t Ber Berwind Bert Berwlnd Berwind
wind of theBerwind the Bemvind White Coal Co CoTUG CoTUG CoTUG
TUG AND HER TOWDELAYED TOW TOWDELJYED j jDELAYED
DELAYED IN I D OfPAl6TING OfPAl6TINGThe DcP S PAIRTING PAIRTINGThe iNG iNGS
The tug John L Tfcig t igii3 gi1 l3 CaptainOlsen Captain CaptainOlsen CaptainOlsen
Olsen which put into port P rt Monday Mondaywith Mondaywith Mondaywith
with barge No 13 in towj tow which was wasloaded wasioaded wasloaded
loaded with a cargo of x50 50 tons of ofcoal otcoal ofcoal
coal did not depart yesterday yest rday morn mornng morning mornIng
ing ng for Port Inglis as expected expectedThe ex ected i iThe jThe
The strong southwest wends which whichhave whIchhave whichhave
have prevailed during the past few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days have caused a choppy sea on thegulf the thegulf theguU
gulf and themaster the master of Ili the 1ie tug deerael deeraelt
It t best to remain In port until this thismornig thismornig thismornig
mornig to see if the weather we ther wouldshow would wouldshow wouldshow
show signs of clearing clearingJ 1
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local oca Representatives of o Big Con Concerns Concerns on onterns
cerns Talk a With it Reference to toPacking toPacking toPacking
Packing House Products ProductsQUICK ProductsQUICK
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QUICK MOVEMENT MOVEMENTof T r rr r t
Of Product is Demanded of the fr frManagers i iManagers tManagers
Managers ManagersFRESH if ifi ifFRESH a i
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FRESH MEAT NOT HELD TO EXJ EXJCEED EXcE6I t tCEED >
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CEED SEVEN DAYS AFTER SEING SE SEING BEliNG
ING RECEIVED AND OTHEiPRODUCTS OTHER OTHERPROIDUCTS OTHERPROIDlJCTS
PRODUCTS MOVED PROMPTLY PROMPTLYDIFFERENT i iDIFFERENT
1 1DIFFiERENT
DIFFERENT GRADES GRAD ES OF CANNED CANNEDI CANNEDMEATS
I MEATS MEATSREPORTER k kI
REPORTER INSPECTS INSPECTSPLANTS INSPECTSPLANTS
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f I I was rather amused amus6 at the th e let letter Jetter letter ¬
ter of Mayor ayor Bliss in The Journal this thismorning thisI thismorning
I morning said a representative of one oneof oneof
f of the large Chicago packing com companles companies cornpanics
panics to t o a Journal representative yes yesterday yesterday
f
terday afternoon and especially sowith so sof sowith >
f with reference to that part of it which whichexploited whichexa whichexploited
exploited exa > loited native beef as against the t1 e
Chicago product Why do you know knowI
I that the government will not allow allowcattle allowcattle a
cattle from this section to be sent en to
I the Chicago market and slaughtered slaughteredat f ft t
at this season of the year ear Its a fact factand factaDd factand
and the quarantine Is rigidly enforced enforcedAnother enforoedU enforcedAnother
U Another thing on which the pub
He has been misinformed he contin conUnued continued t tued
ued is with reference to the keep l f
ing qualities of different grades oL oLmeat 0 dmeat
meat meatthat that is Chicago dressed meat meatand meatand i t tand
and the local product When a beef beefis
is killed in Chicago It Is hauled up by
the hind legs and allowed to bleed bleedfreely bloedfre bleedfreely
freely fre Iy while In that Ij position > and as assoon assoon fa
soon as it has been dressed and andquartered andquartered
quartered it Is cooled in cold storage storageIn t tIn
In this manner all of the animal heat i iremoved ii iiremoved f fremoved
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removed within a short time after tits thakiJHng titsklJling theki
kiJHng ki ling With the native product th thanimal tile tileanimal theanimal
animal is knooked in the bead aad aadbled a abled aadbled
bled while lying on the floor of the thaslaughter tAlislaughter theslaughter
slaughter houaet house and it is impoeaibls impoeaiblsfora
I fora fo n beet to t be bled thorowjhlr tbor ky hi
this manner As a consequeace cODs consequ < < tueOce tueOcetlve eece a ative na native
tive beef will spoil at the joints due dueto dUeto doeto
to the fact a t that the animal heat in tot iotextracted 1Otextracted totextracted
extracted immediately after killing killingand kUlingand killingand
and it Is a fact that anywhere fr1lI fnraeight fr fr1lIeight > w weight
eight to ten hours elapse before ih4 ih4native hanative w wnative
native beef gets into cold storage storageDisposed storageDisposed storageDisposed
Disposed of Rapidly RapidlyAs +
As s gathered from talks with the rep representatives r representatives p presentatlves ¬
resentatives of several of the large Ghicago Chi Chicago eIIicag ¬
cago packing companies conrpaniesItIs it is required requiredthat r8qulrttdthat requiredthat
that fresh meat be held no longer than thanseven r rseven r rseven
seven days after arrival Every man manager maDager managar ¬
ager is expected to dispose of stock stockwithin stockwithin stockwithin
within that time after its arrival and andin andin andin
in onfer oIt er to do this managers will willmake wIllmake i imake
make some concession in prices For Forinstance Forinstance Forinstance
instance if a car load of beef arrived arrivedin
in the city on test Wednesday it would wouldbe wouldbedisposed
be disposed of by today at the latent latentIf latestIf
If the manager found that he had hadmor hadmoron more moreon moreon
on hand than he could expect to dispose disposeof
of by today in the ordinary oid I nary course of oftrade t ttrade
trade he would notify the trade thathe that thatI tathe T
I he had ha d the stock aim a QI was willing to todispose todl i idispose
dispose dl se of it at a slight decrease be below b brlow below
rlow low the regular price The meat meatwould mea meawould meatwould
would not have deteriorated in the theleast theleast theleast
least but it is the poiicy po + lcy of the packers pack packers paokerg ¬
ers to move all products rapidly rapidlyWith rapidlyWIth rapidlyWith
With reference to canned meats meatshams meatsham meatshams
hams bacon and other products which whichunder whichunder whichunder
under ordinary conditions would last lastalmost lastalmost lastalmost
almost indefinitely the packing com cornpanies companies ¬ I Ipanies
panies require r their managers to dos dospose dispose dspose ¬
pose of all stock within 30 days after afterits afterIts afterits
its receipt Stock is not allowed l to toget toI toget
get old much less to remain long longenough loBgenough longenough
I enough to spoil sgotlClean spoilClean
Clean and Sweet SweetAt
At the plant of the Cudahy Packlag PacklagCo
Co was a car of fresh meat that had batfbeen AaAIbGen hadbeen
been on hand for a day or so and The TheJournal TIt TItJournal TheJournal
Journal representative was invited to toenter toenter toenter
enter the car and look at tAe meat meatThe mHlThe meatThe
The temperature of the car was 208 IB theneighborhood the theneighborhood t tneIghborbood
neighborhood of 40 degrees Fahreabett Fahreabettand Fa rett rettand
and the meat which was baagiag baagiagfrom hanglagfrom ang angfrpm
from the roof was dry and firm Th Titer Titerwas Therewas r rwas
was not the slightest slfght t evidence of u ucleanliness Mtt Mttcleanllness 11tacleanliness
cleanliness and the odor in the t e ear earwas earwas earwas
was simply that of fresh meat Th There Therewas Therewas re rewas
was not the slightest odor od r tadicatiag tadicatiagthat
that mouWhad mOuld had formed in any of thebeef the thebeef tJtebeer
beef The gentleman In charge stated statedthat 5taaedtbat staledthat
that as long as 8 the meat was kept re refrigerated r rfrlgerated refrigerated ¬
frigerated it would keep indefinitely indefinitelybut
but that If it was 8 exposed e to the humid hmnMatmosphere Italatmo humidatmosphere
atmosphere atmo phere it wotiVC wou soon begia t tsweat to tosweat iusweat
sweat This however was no DOdence evi evidence erfdente ¬
dence that it was not first class b Mt MtslmpIy butsimply t tsimply
simply a condition caused by th tile tilemldlty hu humidity hitmidlty ¬
midity midityAt I IAt
At the local plant of the t e National NationalPacking l lPacking y yPacking
Packing Co which handles JtGt aotlbut aotkteg aotktegbut JtGtbut
but prepared pr pared meats the manager ra aag r invited in invited Javlted ¬
vited the reporter to accompany aCOOIDIMUIYall Mm himall Mmall
all over the place One 1te room was devoted de devoted 61 61voted ¬
voted entirely to salt sides and fcaco fcacoThe baceeThe cOlL cOlLThe
The air In the room was sweet aad aadthere an anthere a athere
there was not tbe theleast lea least t evidence evlde ce e euncleanllness el eluncleanUne etuncleanliness
uncleanllness 8 This firm handles adles all allkinds aUknds altkinds
kinds of canned meats etc aDd the themanager t tmanager themanager
manager IB answer to queries regard regardIng regaldlJJg regarding
Ing that product pro Jct had the following to tosay tosay t tsa
say sa
Canned Meat Trae TraeIn TrateIn
In the canned meat bustae the thesame thesame 1t8same
same as in other lines of tra trade U thee theeare tltteate thereare
are different grades of 0 goods New Newfor No Notor Nowfor
for instance Instanoehere here is a grade of roast roastbeef roa roastbeef t tbtef
beef that w WitsU we sell to the jobbers at atContinued atQContinued atContlnued
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