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Antlfip Aft Bill R Naya ay p Wartmann Will Prevent Pm t the Feeing Feeingof Jle lftg lftgof
of o f Trainmen TrainmenThe 7r lmM lmMThe i iw
w The House lIoll f > passed pUM tinder sus RuRpenslon nMptn > en8ion ion of o the rules ye yester yesterday ve ter terday terdlY
day a bill against tipping t which hich its author nnt hor Hepresenta Hepresentative Hfpn > RPtlt RPtltthe
the Wartmann claims will put an end to nn evil which whichhas whichhall whichhas
has grown up 11 rather recently in thin State tAtp that of pa paying pnYInJttrain payingtrain mg mgtrain
train conductors to assist the distribution of empty eii llIpt pty can canshippers f fshippers
shippers in a partial mannerDuring manner mannerDuring mnnnerDurin
During Durin the car sr famine fal1l 1IP of the past few months when whenthe whfnthe whenthe
the supply of cars could not be made to rover Ir nil the de demands d dmanrl demands
mands it is said thit certain rtain shippers were favored to tothe tothe tothe
the detriment of others that this was managed IIIHnagt through throughthe
the conductors who ho were paid by certain < sliipj atipiter > ers IK to toplace tok toplace
= < k place cars for them while hilf others had to wait indefinitely indefinitelyWhile indefinitelyWhile indefinitelyWhile
While the bill offered h hr Mr Wartmanu is i not spec IIpifk IIpifki i fit fiton
i on this point he is sure that it is sufficiently effective to tocover totF toc
c tF cover oo r it for it was a design of the bill to make twit Ruchpractices snclipractices twit1t
V 1t practices impossible impossibleWhen Impo ImpossibleWhen sible sibleW
When W the bill against tipping was offered Representa Representative Rep nta ntathe ¬
the MeJton arose to explain how the expression tip tiporiginated tiporfcInated tiporiginated
originated which he didnt do Uncle Steve Ah v said that thathe thathe thathe
he never knew what the th word meant until he traveled in inEngland inEDfland inbland
England and then he didnt know but at the door of oftftTOr oftaven ofevery
every tavern was a little box labeled T I 11 P The Rep Repfrom ReptatWe ReprebetttatLye
rebetttatLye tatWe from Duval finally inquired of a buxom English Englishttaiden Englishdle
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that it meant prompt attention This caused the mem members memohen memi ¬
hen i to think in the right ri ht direction while RepresentativeMacWilliams Representative RepresentativeMacWilliams Repre entatiye entatiyellaeWnUama
MacWilliams helped his Uncle Steven out of the th difficulty
by explaining that the letters I thrM on the box stood for the thewordH thewords thewords
words To Insure Promptness PromptnessMr
Mr Malone listened very ver patiently through throu h this diver divertisenient divertileDlent divertisetent
tisenient but arose upon its it conclusion to remark mark that thathe thnthe thathe
he did not favor the antitip bill any more than antipass antipassbill
bill The same principle was involved he said and he hedidnt hedJdnt hedidnt
didnt see wherein the State had any right to say ay that thatan thatan thatan
an individual should not give his property propf > rtv away or how howMr howMr howMr
Mr Knight of Columbia said that he dint object to any anyman anym anymAn
man m n disposing di po inl of his proj property > erty in any way he saw fitbut fit fitbut fitb1t
but he did object to the use u of property by any anyone one to togain topia togein
gain an undue advantage advanta over his fellowman The he prac practice practiee practiee ¬
tiee of tipping he said had this effect effectMr effectMr effectMr
Mr Crawford of Orange Or nlle was inclined to support the thebill thebill thebill
bill and he did but thought that some provision should bemade be bemade bemade
made for the reward of a faithful servant who serves erve well wellthe weBthe wellthe
the transient tra ldent guest during his stay at hotel or boarding
house The bill passed 39 to 9 The bill provides that thatit that1t
it shall be unlawful for an employee of any hotel res restaurant reataurant restaurant ¬
taurant parlor or sleeping car company or of any other otherpublic otherpublh otherpublic
public service institution or r common carrier to receive receivemoney receivemoney receivemoney
money as a tip and for any patron of the same to give to tosuch toueh toinch
such employee any money or its it equivalent as a tip or orgratuity orINtuity orgratuity
gratuity and it shall also be nnlawfuffor any person or orcorporation orCOrp6ration orcorporal
corporation corporal ioq conducting any hotel restaurant or other otherdepending otherInkiness
1 Inkiness aeu depending d pendln upon public patronage including includingig laelud1 laelud1t
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in the Senate Senateing f fllrll < i House Mlle Bill No 17 prevent preventJ11 preventlug
lug the cutting cuttinging v J11 4 of any timber or the work worktimber worktlilibea working
ing for turpentine < i il timber tin b8lt on land when there shall shalllanding shaHoHtaadlng shallbe
l be e any unredeemed unredeemedagainst v oHtaadlng landing tax sale certificates certificatesI certificatesagainst
against any such suchwas I limber but Senator Johnson Johnsoni JultnsoDlied
was of contrary contraryThe o oThe
The Senator SenatorAir i he a purpose of the bill said saidinied saidyir
Air Johnson It Itin 1tI inied u led to prevent people coming comingu
in and cutting cuttingand t u that land leaving it barren barrenthe barrenand
and thus throw throwMany the State Stateworthless StateMany
Many times timescut i worthless after the timber iscut is islied
cut added Mr MrSenator J Jl4enator
Senator Adams Adamswas lied that one section of the bill billby billJqht billwas
was too drastic drasticof by might cause cau the punishment punishmentSeventeenth pun punishmentof tJhment tJhmentDteentb
of innocent men menThe ifl iflThe
The Senator Henatorconsidered Seventeenth Dteentb has not carefully carefullyof carefullyconsidered
considered one onewhereupon of ftifi f ns bill said Mr Adams Adamsntt AdamsnMfI Adamswhereupon
whereupon Mr Mreral ntt nMfI ra Section 3432 of the Gen Geno Gento Jenoral
oral Statutes Statutesmuch to o f Hist S cutting of timber and of ofthe ofthe ofmuch
much greater greatersenator alpit the clause opposed by the theHOURS thetho thesenator
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1 am not resfsJlBpe for that law and I will vote voteagainst voteded voteagainst
against the bill HKded fled Mr lr Adams AdamsSenator AdeDllrted Adamssenator
Senator Willis Mjjoned tied the bill saying Every Everysawmill Ever EverRENATB Everysawmill
sawmill and to turpesttpj man in my county has refused to topay topay
pay taxes on theeeJads t They will let the lands be sold soldfor soldfor
for taxes and beffe tin1 certificates can be issued the thetimber thetimber
timber will be word out and nobody will want the theland theland
land landOn landon >
On roll call the fte was wasYeas t + uasYeasMr
Yeas YeasMr Mr Preftilfcfcttt Senators Alford Baker Beard BeardTanova Beard1anova
Tanova Cone Crag Crews Crill rill Hudson Humphries HumphriesJackson HumphriesJaekson
Jackson Johnsom steel Willis Withers West 4th 4thZim 4thTim17
Tim17 Tim17NaysSenators Zim 17 17Nays
Nays NaysSenators Senators Adams Bookman Clarke Cottrell CottrellHenderson CottrellHenderson
Henderson MassajK Ma Sins 7 7So 7I4o
So thus ends the practice of buying tax sale deeds deedsand deedsand
and then while dajmding the land of timber refusal to topay topay
pay taxes on salmi salmiL
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WUTIVE E UTItiIt CQIWiEEMEN COitqitTEtiMtiA PAUSED SENATE SENATEMr
Mr Carters kioae ow Bill to provide for the number and andelection andelection
election of executif eXecU fommitteeuieu of political parties partiespassed partiespassed
passed the Senate SenateAmong rdayAmong rday rdayof
Among the pro pr prThat of the bill are areutive areThat
That the State Stateany pta suave or Standing Committee of ofing ofany
any political politicallaws part ding ing primary elections Under the theconsiirt thelaws
laws of this thiscounty consist of one member from each eachno eachcounty
county in the thefour I Ifetir no more who shall be elected for or orfted
four years by byCone tried electors el tors of such party la the theto thea
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f for or in this act actproxy allow or recognise the thecommittee theproxy
proxy of any membercommittee member memberof committee at any meeting meetingmanner meetingof
of the committee or i iheld it manner unless such proxy is isREN isheld
held and represented represented1J
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The good roads bill billthe bi bull II flk lr < or > r rAU8 Adams providing for forand forthe forthe
the creation of tai ta r nby and building of roads roadsthe roadby roadsby
by use of funds arisiu arisiuthe aTi ill the hire of convicts passed passedkilled passedtbe
the Senate ua te yesterdav yesterdavThis +
This bill wa unit unitweek 1 killed in the House lust lustroads hUttweek lastweek
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week when the bum bunch h htogether 4 roads bills were considered consideredCLARKES considfledtoaether consideredtogether
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money mOne or other otherservice thill thing on a contract to perform performis performMervke performservice
service with intent t to tothe is s made de a special order in inenacted inthe inthe
the senate 8ena te today todayA fjt fjtA
A law 11 having the HI HIture enacted by the Legiala Legialabeen Legislature
ture of North Carol in intutionttl < been declared uucoiuiti uucoiuitiurt unCOlUttitntionad unconstitutional
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of Franklin hissed as JkiN ed ita itaIf th thIf
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Senator Dator Beard wanted eome more investigation of the theclerical tillclerical theclerical
clerical force in the executive departments dep rtm ta and introduced intro introduced iDtrou ¬
duced u d a resolution re to that effect yesterday yesterdaySpeaking ye yesterdayt4peaking terday terdayHpenkinl
Speaking for it he said that the information was to toascertain toawcertaln toai
ascertain ai what number of clerks were really needed in iaeeral the tMsseveral theseveral
several departments that appropriation could be made uaadeThe madeThe de deThe
The resolution retf Jution was adopted and at the afternoon aftenaOODHion set setHiou
Hiou President Pre ident Harris tried to appoint a 1 committee of ofthree ofthree ofthree
three to investigate but after a number were askedto askedtonerve asked eel to toerve toserve
nerve and begged to be excused Senator Hudson HudIIoDted sug suggested sag saggegted ¬
gested ted that the resolution be withdrawn so Mr Beard Beardagreed Be Beardagreed d dagreed
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The growth of the national Civil Service System is well illus illustrated III IIItrated illustrated ¬
trated by a statement recently published showing that since sinceTheodore staeeTheodore sinesTheodore
Theodore Roosevelt became be ame President 72000 additional govern government IbT IbTment aovament ¬
ment employees employ have been put in the th classified service lervlcetlalat lervlcetlalattheir thht Is Istheir Istheir
their successors must ust be appointed under the competitive ex examination uamlnaUon siaminatlon ¬
amination system Practically the only large group of govern xoversment government TefS TefSment ¬
ment appointees now outside of the cJassifled aes Service lee is that thatup made ma4eup
up of the fourthclass postmasters postmastersCuring poetmuterauurlq postmastersLuring
Curing the last three years for which startles ttt tlCII are available
108678 persons hive received r appointmenta l and the number of ofappointments ofappointments ofappointments
appointments this year seems likely to be greater lII t8r than that of ofany ofany ofany
any previous year yearThe yrThe yearThe
The rural freedelivery service is spreading rapidly The Thenumber Thenumber Thenumber
number of routes in operation March 1 1006 were 85031 there therewere th thwere therewere
were then 3424 pending petitions for new routes of which 294 294had JIfbad 3Mhad
had been assigned Iped for establishment establishmentThe
The liberal pay and vacation and sick sickleeave leesve privileges prlvU to together together togetber ¬
gether with the easy hours of government service ryiee and the splen splendid spl spldid splendid ¬
did opportunities presented for advancement have made the Civil CivilService CtvUService CivilService
Service very attractive and more and more people are taking takingthe
the examinations every year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The remarkable rise in Civil Service of such men as George B BCortelyou BCortelyou BCortelyou
Cortelyou who starting ae a stenographer la now PostmasterGeneral Postmaster PostmasterGeneral POIItmuterGeneral
General M O Chance who has advanced from the poetion of ofmessenger ofmessenaer ofmessenger
messenger to that of chief clerk of the great Postofflce Depart Department Department Departwent ¬
ment Richard Perry Covert formerly a stenographer now nowchief nowblef nowthief
chief of the appointment division of the Postofflce Department DepartmentWilliam DepartmentWilHam DepartmentWilliam
William Loeb Jr Secretary to President Roosevelt Jasper Wil Wilson Wilson ailson ¬
son Secretary to the Secretary of Agriculture Frederick I Allen AllenCommissioner All AllComml AllenCommissioner
Commissioner Comml aloner of Patents Oscar O car J Rlcketts foreman of 1 the Gov Government Go Goernment Goernment
ernment Printing Office and many maD others has been an aDsplraHon In Inspiration Inspi ¬
spiration spirationThe spi ration rationThe
The large number of f competitors means of cours that a some somewhat IIOm8what somewhat ¬
what higher passing average is now necessary nece 8lJ7 in order to be becertain beertaln becertain
certain of an appointment Those who receive appointment are areusually areusually areusually
usually those who hnve spent months in preparing for the ex examination examlnaHon examination ¬
amination aminationThe
The preparation for a Civil Service Examinstlon is of a spe special llpectal special ¬
cial nature and many of those tho e who have passed pa ed and receivedappointments received receivedappointments receivedappointments
appointments would not have been able to do so q but for the thetraining thetraining thetraining
training afforded by the International Correspondence School hool of ofSoranton ofS01Dton ofSoranten
Soranton Pa These great Schools hive had flftaea ftee years of ofexperience ofexperlen ofexperience
experience e in teaching by mall and have spent more than 04 04mjHIon 0 01aentilllon r rmlHlon
mjHIon dollars in preparing homestudy I textbooks Wail WhiMthorough most te0atthorough mostthorough
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