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Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1906, Washington, District Of Columbia Post are read by sands of borne readers every The test is cloudy and variable NO. 16, 1906.-SIXTEEN THREE ISSUES FAIRLY JOINED IN MEAT INSPECTION FIGHT QUAKES AT SAN Four Distinct Shocks but No Is San shocks in succession were felt In this city and at o'clock movement to be west and was seconds in No was Two more slight earthquake were experienced at TEAIN BUNS iMTO President's Vigorous Criticism of the House Substitute i Evokes Pointed Reply from the IT SUITS THE SAYS MR. ROOSEVELT Very Retorts Chairman Men Very Much in Earnest Over Radically Different for u Legislation Governing Conditions in The President's Letter to Mr. White June 14', 1900. Dear Mr. I have gone over your very carefully and not only obtained a report from as I told you I but also obtained a report from Mr. Reynolds on It. I am sorry to say the more ly 1 investigate your proposed substitute the worse it. Almost change for the so It hardly seems necessary for me enumerate Perhaps the you now drafted it is not as bad as it when you submitted it tp me in the but U is very There seems to be one point in which it is possible that the amendment is even than the original as seems there 13 no provision for plants at hours to the In any I am sorry to have to say that this strikes me as an amendment no matter Is framed so minimize the chance uf rooting out the evil in the packing Doubtless it suits the object to a thoroughgoing better than the Senate and 1 have no doubt that not only but In anil those who are would prefer it. But I am it would in the be a heavy blow to the honest and the honest packer to than the far better ones contained in the Senate as compared With this proposed which tell me is that of ity would hamper in grossly improper ion Secretary of Agriculture in you have appointed to will prevent weil so much this as can be done at all find thoroughly go the form majority of It I should it aa working over the present if so. 1 accompany explicitly stating the Effects and -I cannot even promise because the provisions the as well as about other are so bad in my if they had been designed to prevent the remedying of the evils complained of they could have been seems to that the keep our foreign trade from our interstate a thoroughly unsatisfactory con- and to prevent its resuming the position which it formerly is to enact the law in the shape proposed in the amendments submitted to me by Sincerely James W. Chairman on STORM BREAKS FN HOUSE foregoing letters were left with the of The Post evening the j as the dent haK seen lit to give substance of letter to me to I. deem it. nu more than just to my and 4o myself That I should publish his en- tire letter to and niy answer W. When the members of the House mi on Agriculture yesterday In The Post the irent from the White House that the President disapproved of the tion that his disapproval was he might feel to veto the should it enacted into In. the shape it was the broke in I Comments by Just at the moment when the members of the after several of hard believed they had constructed a measure that would meet every re- of the they found their work pulled to pieces and felt force of the President's denunciation of their The spoken privately by members indicated a decided feeling that the President had been too severe In his and several of the members took occasion to point out the fact that some of the very things complained of by President as omitted contained In the But of these would for publication the Chairman Wadsworth did not call his committee but during the day was an informal at which the majority of the committee bers To these members the text of the President's letter was and It Is understood the character of reply inat should be made was ed. It is known that the chairman has the indorsement of his reen in his reply to the In which the effectiveness of the House sub- and It Is not known whether the Speaker was taken Into the confidence of Mr. Wadsworth with regard to his during the day Mr. Wadsworth had a conference with Mr. and the Speaker do not care to in the report of the House committee regarding meat It is now pending before the In common with other members of the I am satisfied it will receive safe and sane and when Congress legislation will be enacted provide for efficient in- for one-third of the world's finding a market in the United States and in foreign floor of the touching the matter of pending is the place for and After the committee bers that the committee would on Its believing that it was a good and provided a thorough inspection and would prove an effective remedy for the conditions that had been Several members ed attention to the fact that the con- provisions for all parts of the buildings by inspectors and for day night as subsequently set out by Mr. Wadsworth In his letter to the The relative to the ment of inspectors not from the civil vice the year was especially obnoxious to members of the one of a. personal of the stated that this was done be- cause the committee was led to believe the Department of Agriculture wished that it could have been left out of the as well as Some Ugly all of yesterday there were ugly symptoms about the but a ence late In the afternoon at the White House may result in quieting the troubled and ultimately lead to a solution that will be satisfactory all The participants in this be- sides the were James B. in making the for the of the Department of j and Representative 1 of one of the Republican bers of the Committee on who signed the majority report on the After discussing the House substitute with Representative the President indicated just what he wanted written Into the Mr. Adams said he would be perfectly to cept the suggestions made the and would work to that in the The President as he told Chairman Wadsworth the day that the as pre- pared by the majority of the House Com- was entirely to his absolutely Inadequate to meet the requirements of the He ob- particularly to the which he thought ought to be Mot but The President said to Adams that he waa not trying for any particular form of words in the proposed but he was after a substance that would be effective and and proposed to get it if that were The amendments the President were satisfactory to Representative who will matter with his Just what the amendments were that the President insisted Mr. Adams not There will be no ing of the committee before as Chairman Wadsworth left last night for N. and will not return until Monday Discussing the exemption of the tors from the civil Commissioner Greene said the passes In that five persons now on the civil service eligible for appointment as meat in- in all go inasmuch as it is fair to presume that political pressure will have weight in filling An examination Is scheduled for June 25, many inquiries are reaching the slon regarding it. I am speaking con- swollen feet with Omega Baltimore and Baltimore and Ohio Saturday and All trains both both except Royal Wadsworth's to the on House of D. June 15, 1906. Dear Mr. I your last You are iri your estimate of the committee's is as perfect a piece of legislation to carry into effect qwn views on this tion as was ever prepared by a committee of Every member committee is as sincere tin his cure the passage of a know of the show you how unreliable the information Is upon which you base your opinion of the I call your attention ty the following language your There Is no provision for making the plants accessible at all hours to the you will turn to page 4 of the line 2, you find for the purposes of such examination Inspection said access at all times to every part of said the English language be made page 6, you will find this Secretary of Agriculture shall of all and the tered and in the of interstate or foreign to be during the well as the slaughtering and or preparation of said food Is the J. make are absolutely It suits the who object to a thoroughgoing told you on Wednesday when I submitted the packers Insisted before our committee on having a rigid Inspection law Their life depends upon the committee will bear In the statement that they placed no whatever on the con- gave us Wany valuable based upon their practical edge of their other actual criticism of refers worst that can Ae said of this clause is that perhaps it Is always taught to honor the judiciary of niy I have always been taught to respect rights of its citizens respect and I cannot believe that mere repetition of guarantees to the citizen the privilege of an appeal to the courts of the land when he be- his property rights are threatened can be or properly objected rest of your letter deals with and a general tion of the committee's If you or your advisers will point out specifically wherein it actually fails your I can assure you be promptly say further in your cannot even sign the provisions are so bad in my if they had been deliberately designed to prevent the remedying of the evils complained they could not have been regret that the president of United should feel fey innuendo at in impugning and the competency of a committee of the House of have no. for It. Very truly J. W. Theodore President of the Norfolk and Western Passenger Narrowly to The Washington June the of No. 4, folk and Western fast passenger ran into an open switch into a cars were but the train was not The engineer slightly and gers escaped with The injured Mail were The will time Two Children the New June 'the death of children to-night be- of a Fourteenth cross-town car at a mob at- the who refuge inside both and rear who were hastily The DEATHS FROM DISEASE when I say that as the re- sult of that examination from fifty to seventy-five additional will be arid that the can furnish Inspectors as as the cultural Department use j A report on the by Representatives of and of was tiled yesterday just same fault is found with the and civil service amendment as In the minority As the cost of and Davis believe the culd pay the cost of the anter post-mortem tho packers should assume the such further ment sh i believe eost of to insure clean apd healthful canned It ia urged a sufficient amount of money should be appropriated and the report suggests the amount be to Ensure the As to the expense to the report recommends that the Secretary of Agriculture ascertain what this cost will and charge fee to cover It on each This then to .be by the and turned into the The fee Is to be uniform and In amount only sufficient to cover the cost of The concludes the statement that there are features in both the In the but the signers of the re- port favor the Beveridge amendment the STOLE TO BUY BEIDE A ment from Department June Charged With Fred R. cashler in a large was to-day held In ball for the hearing of the money had been used to make a payment on a house and the remainder was go toward furnishing the which he was soon to occupy with his The Modern Fireproof Of Union Trust Co. offer absolutely safe storage for household effects at very sonable Main 1414 P 878 North Pacific Coast C. O. Excursion tickets to and account Hotel Men's tion on sale June IT to 21. diverse liberal In- quire 809 Fourteenth street or 613 vania MURDERER IN TOMB ALIVE Awful for Slayer of Sentence of. Crucifixion Changed to er First Days of June 15.-5-A dispatch from Tan gier news to advices from Marakesh the cobbler who had been of the murder of thirty-six women whose bodies were found burled under his and in his expiated his Instead of .as been at the last moment it was ordered that he be walled up to the final act in the was subjected to daily the masons were working they were surrounded by a who jeered first two of his the cobbler screamed bu the third day the tomb gave forth no It Is presumed the died of A Action in Every but Neither Had the June o this and Joe pans fought a fast six round 'bout at Athletic Club -in which neither man had the was lots of in men exhibiting fa more cleverness in getting away from blows than In delivering Lewis did his work with his Whenever Cans seemed disposed to ge into Lewis would send hi into the negro's face and get before the latter could retaliated Although put up a fast he was -a bit slower than he usually Is Special Summer To Old Point ana Va. Beach good returning Sunday folk and Washington Steamboat Company BATTLE WITH THE Women Struggle Furiously to Op Political East River Tunnel Blood of Men Working in Compressed Air Fatal in Four Re- cent Hundred Stricken lien Taken Bore Since 1. Construction Company New jury the are to have working .in compressed Pearson In the course hearing fled men the tunnel since January with permeated with gas has Into p tenders been Men totally unfit have been by the medical inspectors to work in pressed No hospital in is properly ped to care fbr victims Dr. O'Hanlon Explains Physician and described the effects of air human In the one of. the air was so dominant in the body when he passed his hand along the arms legs air under Bald the yun air when air pressure and death Dr. O'Hanlon said further should be re-examined every whether of the company or part of the the tunnel workers Jnore as a result of rapid exits from sure from Policeman Patrick that had about nten were the em- there had he instructions had been given to about anything that happened the MUST PAY New York Court Affirms Awarded a Grain Defense Sought Refuge in Illinois Law that Transactions in Options New June vislon of Court Here handed down 'a decision ment and a amount of interest In. favor of Za vs. action dated Letter to est at 3 to the for The defense up that the plaintiff was a payee firm and knew that given a arising out of the of options to buy or sell jat future without an Intention the should be- contracts it was are declared to be void by the statutes where the transactions were had Pine Collection Furniture And at auction direct from Inspection Wii son 1227 and 1229. on J. H. Suffragists Scream One 61 Fighting Like Stewards Whip as Is Are on Men's Shoulders and i Dispatch tp women Agitators out- threat betei Herbert chancellor the bis The in the agitators furious but the the of his speech when Kenny and Mrs. rose the minister ministerial opponent their and making demand J Audience in an of the but shrieked the din were and after a were reached the they laid hands than her cloak lashed bundled oust ami other women not were the of body of the started an behalf of. the the struggle lasted for half then began tp he had to the front of ana was less of of. her were drowned In pt hSr carried AUTO EIGHTEEN HURT Street Car Hits Touring Machine in Louisville Mrs. L. F. Brown and Miss Lulu and Two Women Among to Btown jand Miss both of sixteen were or less to-day as. a result of a between which they were a Fourth avenue at Rubel and Bast Mrs. Brown and were internally slight tba It either the is Mrs. and of were also the All people to the of Leonard 3520 Bast later their to city i 1 The was result of on H. who hap the to In t of av say been stopped hafl attention to his Nothing here of the further thin that they Motherland Two Small Children Victims y Gasoline June Mrs. Lizzie her two aged four and were fatally ex- a gasoline 'The child died soon after hospital The and other cannot Storage for Other household Superior absolute reasonable Storage Dept Union Trust MW P Baltimore and Via Pennsylvania day and trains to return until Sunday TO ISSUE Answers Women Mcb British On Trail of Accident to of Shaw of. Testify for Air Sails Riots in Seeking 4-rProceedings. in School Commencements to Elect 5-Editorial. and The Trade Legal Pound Cost of Ice. ON KIDNAPPER'S TRAIL Suspected Abductor of 3oy Is an Philadelphia Admit that Capture May .Be a Matter of in New York man c Saw and Heard Boy Call on i Washington June The local police say are close on the trail of a man suspected of being the of Charles who was stolen last man suspected formerly lived in New theories have -as for the of Detectives Donaghy has more men on been from napper since when he Wrote a the family saying the child would be the day stir or the iA local newspaper reward the return of the Boy learned to-day that John a a avenue man on afternoon toward a closed He the of the boy and of tally those of paid lwo special letters and tain to the whereabouts of were relatives up State conveyed messages of do not faith In police they know the of. kidnapper and is but admits be a of or days they a condition of the of the becoming For the first to-day was refuse newspaper She is a. nervous and the is as Word has been re- tbat kidnapper Fredi eric 3VIuth'...maj' -in New on the East from to Eighty-third Was watched all by of The report is that of live the kidnapper arid two Detectives on -On the watch R. A. others to the forces of the ment detectives from several private of some come with special tion to man 'the evening some when some of the that they had their A rather coarsely dressed man about was noticed by watchers to be around the door of 973 Park One detective the unknown in conversation to him while eral others approached him from the The unknown seemed not to realize the to him by him point he had done with the missing To the ror all who the who was very replied a blood curdling smile the little would never be he fixed Broom Rescued private him away in they were shoved off by elderly woman with a who told the crowd that been her husband years ani had always right that A3 also the 'the detectives concluded that he was turned him to custody the with to to-night nothing was seen of detectives are afraid that he has -seen the newspapers and concluded to go i Event at The sale at G. to-day Will be of A slightly furniture from contents of Virginia also lot of good the U. S. Marshal's Sale opens promptly at 10 a. m. Special to r June land con- 'the Baltimore run special from pers Ferry at a. connecting reaching Washington m. for Ice Cream until 11 1427 N. 1. ave. IE Georgia tim of Strange SEEKING GRANDCHILDREN He Tumbles in Cairo Apartment and June 17. From Baltimore and Ohio a leave Winchester Charlestown Harper's Ferry 7- p: m. same Splendid opportunity for day's Pails Thirty Feet from Cupola Above Boof to Twelfth Where His On- conscious and Bleeding Body Was Found Relatives Believe He Was Searching for Thinking They Would Be on Col. Rufus E. Representative In Congress from the First district of was the a strange cident last which may cost him his In almost unaccountable fie through a skylight in the cupola of the thirteen-story Cairo apartment house on fifteen feet above the to the twelfth Falls Thirty Feet In shower of broken glass his body fell thirty and his fight leg was while left leg left and his body were cut had a ladder to the cupola and his body through a hole barely large enough to admit a. put the glass work in the gave way his Mrs. resides on the twelfth had just left the elevator and was the iron steps when body fell at ran into her room and telephoned for who hurried to the assistance of removed to his apartments on the third Col. Lester's relatives he was searching for his Lester and Martha and believed were hiding from him in Col. Lester years and the agility displayed by him in climbing loft indicates that he was a stroke of which an impediment in his He V been In Congressional he and was not thought to have sr a great deal on account of tv after dinner in usual jovial chatting with the guests of where he has for mora than eleven years while in Asked About 8 o'clock last Col. Lester his appearance on the of 'the Cairo and asked about his who have been living with their since the of their appeared to disappointed because they were not playing in their and sauntered into the The children are six and eight years Although it was only a few after was seen the portico that the accident Col. not up the It is regarded as that he should climb the distanca from tho ground to the of the which would ordinary one saw after passed through the lobby of the ment until he was picked up un- bleeding from a dozen It is the theory of some of his friends that he started out on the roof of the hotel to see if the little ones wera not there for the air and finding the door he became what probably fancied the children had climbed up the which he found before any he and made his way into the dark Missed the By a bare CoL Lester missed the shaft that extends between the stair to the bottom the horeL If he had one moro step have fallen nearly 20C to the marble of hotel Those who stood under the skylight and looked up at the jagged hole through which he then looked shuddered with That he was not killed outright by the fall is hardly con- to those observed the dis- tance and the hard surface of the iron E. K. Moore was in the office of hotel when WES summoned to by she Lester fallen and is badly Followed by two Mr. Moore dashed into the and in a. ment he was at the Coll Lester found on- the twelfth floor with his head resting against the He was raised but could not answer to his form was carried into the then to his his wife sitting in her surrounded by the little tots whose whereabouts Col. Lester had been endeavoring to Mrs. Lester was prostrated when the unconscious body of her husband was her Drs. Kent arid whose offices were near were by Mrs. in the they rushed into the room a few minutes after the body was laid on An examination showed the injuries were Unable to Col. Lester regained consciousness for a few but was unable to give explanation of the He was re- to be conscious late last and slightly although little hope is out that he will am at a loss to understand why Col. i should have gone into the said last is a gate between the twelfth and floors to keep guests from going upon the thirteenth which is
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