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- The TyTER-rouxTATy Fa-rmek: asp RAycrorAy. Tuesday aroitxryG, Armii 20, 1002. fi IfflfilH
151 SHOW HIS HAND
,aker lUdc.son Is Cer
tain to Be Called.
STEBNERS ARE AROUSED
wr, Interested in Irrigation
Hem Do Not Tropose to Have
i, Bill SUelvea and Some Hard
ii WI.1 Most Likely Bo En-
Speaker Attempts What Has
Uened-HeHas It Is
id, SuS6ted an Ameudment-
Trmt vn euueau,
ti ( K Street,
r..hlR t n 11 C. Am 11 IS. )
tt olu n of a resolution by
r, ut - M '" "' mttklnB lh lF'
hi ta order ot business,
IW1 ... ( ired to the commltteo
'" ft HoU , has btought the
'J""i, , tin. members as to
fJthit b.l "HI ';c consld-
,n durl: tlr present session of
, It (3 ruinoied mound the
that ti s akcr has made tho
'lo1,, . ,t,ln college presidents
" --,. tli the bill to establish
Sf. iii t .' ar-V '" arlous states
fi ie stt H l "s n amendment
l,,r on bill and this is ro
,,"" interested s detrl-
,,1 to th final passage of the lr-
in mt 1SUI
ECirnot li v vote riauuES.
Mtlon 13 this the vote of some
,mvv tin ltcpubllains on tho
!n reupro Itj bill mny have some
tori the ii "on oC th0 speaKci In
'.'J? f ,n asure to be brought
,n The futii bpeaker Henderson
'J Chairman of the Committee on
.has tli" rier of nllowlng or rc
.rioalloi Hi consideration of any
w icnillnir beroru the House, nhd
lermouinon unking the Irrlgntlon
he order of busln js will llrst have
, "report 1 hi this committee, It is
l ixwltl n ti h Id tho resolution nn
SV.li ' ti""-'. a"11 I" fnct
Sr It 1P th r If so desired.
EbTI r..V MI MBEUS AHOUSED.
hi the r iproclty measure s up
c v'Si' n Mr Mondcll culled
i the Jk r rt-Snrrtlng the ptos
1 ot E'ttl the Irrigation bill bo
I the lWu o find hu was Informed
Mr llcnd m nt tint time that he
1 not i " M r the matter at nil
I titer th r Iprottty measure was
of th 'n view of this stato
t of thi rp ik r some of tho vvest
Pepubll ti s are of the opinion that
vow on the Cuban bill will hao
i' Influen on his action regarding
kition (if course whether It will
ot rfrfilns to be seen, but be this
ma tl" r e'r scntntlves Interested
the IrrlK Hon enterprise) aro deter
atori in? th mutter up If possible)
re the njiojrnment of congress.
It uny imposition Is shown to
Iveth niMf nine bird feeling will
'ab''b: eng nefered oil the lloor of
STOCK ON RESERVOIR SITE.
laittee on Irrigation Report on
111 to Itegulnto Hatter,
iihliulon April 2S.-Tho commltteo
lilptlun has Instructed Mr. Suth
.nltoifk u fnvornblo report on
b 1 ro i mltng beforo that com
( rikln- It unlawful to herd or
iue c. j"!e thecp. horses or
Mil t uiminn) rcscuolr site
tltei I ii I oi'im thu public lands
to l nit 1 snri or tn enter thoie
ulth tv r me hord more than once)
:ihi-.i3 f r in purpose of wuterlng
iair urn nut tn i cinaln thereon
ktrthin i hours ut imo time. 'Ihls
' 1 1 ji Imnricr, nny person
corp ti i I'ming stock from a
Ha to a i rlinj, iitatiou for tho pur
fffihlim n from stopping on any
'Jtr r r u to rest slid cnttlo
rjthetr of tho Journey. Tha
.l t r ii with some nniend
ttotanili r h iinctcr, whkh will
rratriallj i fi t th0 mcusure.
UND CASE REVERSED.
etary of Interior Fnsscs on One
From Lewiston District,
mm i M S1T.CIAM
"ahlr ton Ap 11 S3 Tho Hecretnry
ih In rtrr ti !n reiersed tho de
ot th ncinl I.ind olllco In
i of 1 li u It McCormlck s.
1 ,E 1 t in lnollng land
ll"Lc ,st ua, .,nd oistilct. It
'"froi i r cords that McQoi
kappM i n ,niI0 honitstend entry
' "i J in iui Jiton, utul that ills
ion w3 ipjicted by the local
,,? n ihe ground that the
'"JIH-'o lid n pi of erred right
"r,h -." ' ""' under tho net of
n.A ' ttiKh had not expired
M1 .'" ""I'1" allon. 'J ho (lone
1..."1 h Id ' 't tho local oill-
ni. ,lllr J r'"'K Mofonnlck'a np
Mtoa h, U)MlIllt. of l)lu Hiltctlon
lanl i ,,( Htatc. The cuho
nor iii,' ' "'0 Hl-'otaiy of the
p h" " '! tho decision of
.".', ' "" "'". and, M( Cor
and JSi '" '" '"eiofnie reject-
n lau! ' "' " (Pmln"t!' al t0 10-
FISH HATCIIEUY IN UTAH.
" Report on Sutherland's
B1 to r tabllsh Station.
mtmi m FPUCIAI,
Zl 5""' x"" 23 -Tho Ilouso
e0 on m , ,mnt Mnilno linJ
'' , il to make a ftuor-
itJlah'" "' KluhrrlallJ's U'H t0
ha i 11( )llR Btnt0n j,,
jr"" ' uite 23,000 therefor.
nm ' ' '' "' " " request I'lsh
, ,n i rj appealed bcfoio
Kltai'"" ' "' "'"'"K'y leiom-
liar L , ' of tho inensute. A
(. - ' ' UltllllllRcd In cv-
" Inn o ' "unibei of jenrs
if il L r,r( it Iioh botn unsuc-
Ii r "" nf the fact thnt
niiiie, ' 'ins always been
Hi ih ' ' "'I- has iidi or mot
I ( i "f 'ho dcpiirtmi'lit,
n unr , "" "i y hiiMi always
ui " " the prior bills,
r ti u n i uses Its iron
" alter of a location.
I111 K'0TJ1E ABOLISHED.
Ina"'n Aeencj,, to Do Cfln.
hi r" '" Nl sprnAi.i
if , '"" '- Henntor Du.
I h (i ha ihe pioposltlon to
u.h ti, U,t"" r ot Illllan ugcncles
N . !, t nno of which was
)l in , 0''"K lms fnlltd. Tho
k'I1l und V "" '"'"an ulTalrs has
u"u f ' ssmo and bus pri).
vlded It. the Indian bill In conference
f. rth,e p.'ly of BKcnt as heretofore
,SS concur in the opinion of the
Indian unite In th Is regard Hits .
Sf'i'n '..".'i1 '" n?Ne " attained ".
.m ,.",' tl!?'0UK' consideration of the
subject It was thought thit the
Fuperlntedents of sthoSls nrs " ot all
to maintain discipline among the In-
2natnorrCoPM,1?ng?.l,e UnJ" tha """"
MONEY TOR RED MEN.
Nez Terce Indians Uncover Sum Duo
Washington April 2S -James Stuart and
Thomas Kalnturk, the ttso Nez I'erco In
dians now In Washington, bno uneoertl
n In cash long slmo due tlio tribe, to.
gtther with snow ixpensn monnj rightfully
belonging to the Net 1'erees by Mrtuo of
a treats mado In ISM. Kenntor Dubois U
assisting these Indlins tn get tho neces
sary Information to tmnblo them tn for-
",l,1!t0 ,,.,'.('lr S1!'1 "KKhist the Onvern
mi ill It Is said there s no neccvsltj for
VSR1?,) nKt,' l,,,m "K"" """'-' "pre!,
sentnthc Indians are ery much otiposixl
to tho retention in Agent Btrutinhan, n.
leglng that ho Is not In sympathy with
tho progiessKe element of tho tribe.
Privnto Sectetnry to Congressman
Sutherland Coming Home.
Washington, April 23 -Charles T. Har
mon of llolse, Ida was today appointed
u messenger In the Hiucjor-Clcncrnls
ortlco at liolso at Jl) per annum
N 1 Nelson, private sect clary to ltep
resentatlvo Sutherland, lcit lodiy for Salt
Lako Cltj on peisonal business Ho will
probably not return btforo adjournment
J ll ltnberts and J K Dlehl of rtoblu
son, Utuli, are In the rtt lsttlng
NOMINATION HELD UP.
Senator Clark Awaiting Information
Washington, April 2S The nomination
of J. ltonolds to bo agent of the Crow
Indians lias been held up by Senator
Clark of Montana until the receipt of In
form itlon promised by certain parlies In
BUTTE UP IN ARMS.
Action of Judge Harney in Sending
Attorneys to Jail for Contempt
Has Aroused tho Teople.
Butte. Mont April 2S -The uctlon of
Jiulk'o Harney of the District cuuit in
tho famous Minnie llnnly mining case. In
Hcntllnf? Attornc b John 1 1'nrbH nnj
I () i:iui9 tn Jill tinl ImpoHlnK a lino
of (jih) for ion tempt of court, has uroused
an unusual amount of discussion on tho
rrcent (IoIiik of tho JikIkp. Tho public
Krncralb hu taken eliloa In tho tnne,
ami If aiithlnK tho majority Is against
Attorney I'orhls has ben a practitioner
In tho fctUe for two scars, lms uu txcil
lent recorJ nml li conshlerctl ono of tho
foremost Iawers of tho Nnrtlnwat Ho
has humllea millions of dolItrH worth of
business for tho Amalgamated Interests,
ami tOBether with his joung partner, L
(), Hnns, Ins tnanv friends, who aro In.
censid At tho action of tho Judge
It is urged that the bupremo coart gave
tho nttnrnis tho right to incorporate
the affidavits alleged by Harney to be
tontemptuotis In their findings and for
the reason It Is thought tho lower court
hud absolutely no right to take tho de
clledlj harsh step against tho Iauers
The Jnter-Mountuln nndo an rill tori 1 1
attack on Jlarne for his action. Tho
nttornes aro still out nn bonds, and tho
habeas corpus proceedings will como up
on Wtdnesda to which day tho hear
ing wus postponed.
Investigation at Bolso Is Moving
Along Very Slowly Witness Bell
Ilolse. Ma , April 28 Tho l'errault In
estlgntlOIl Is molng along cr slowly
This morning John I) Hell was put on
tho stand for cross-examination Ho de
clared ho overheard Mr l'errault tell in
spector Ilurko that hts piss had urrhid.
this Is In connection with a chargo that
l'errault pild especial nttentlon to the
Inspector In order to curry favor with
him, and thnt ho secured railway trnns
portatlor for him with that end In view,
ills tcstlmonj did not vary materially
from tint Mven Balurday
Charles l'ejiiton, an emnlovee, testified
that ha gavo Chief Clerk ltobb j for
eampulgn purposes, Ilobb, he said
called him Into the nfflco and suggested
that ho mlalit cnmrlbuto If he vv lulled.
ENIGMA FOR CONVENTION.
Woman's Clubwomen Agltnted Over
Question of Presidency of the
I.os Angeles, April -Mrs nebecci
DoilgnU l.uwc, of Atlanta, Gn , president
of thu general I'ederatlon of 'Women's
clubs, nirlveil 111 a spetl it train Into to
daj. bho was met bj a local delegation
of prominent clubwomen Slio camo In
with tho Oeorgla ami Kansas delegations.
Tho dilegntlou from 'iexas nrrlved to.
night. 'I ho eomblued delegations from
loivu, IvcbruBka and Minnesota uro duo
at 8 SO p, m. tomorrow.
Nothing In lonnectlon with tho coming
biennial meeting Is ngltntlng the minds
of Inenl clubwomen so miirh as the ires.
Id. ntlil caiiilldaev, and Just how mutters
nto to elevelop along this lino Is nn enig
ma left for tho conv union to solve.
SENDS A REPRESENTATIVE.
Koosovclt Unablo to Attend Meeting
of Spanish Wni Veterans. (
Washington, Apill & -President Roose
velt will not attend the ineetlnst which
be 1,1ns In Now Voik tonight of llio mili
tary and nival or. er oi lie sjpnuls j
Ainerleun war. of which lie s enmmuiijl
ri. but Iub eoinmlsslomd (Sen lleorgo O
1 nrrlis. n member of tho organlnllon to
,nne,v his best wishes for a suceissfiu
ineeVlngaud his regrets at his Inability
CAME UNDER THE SEA.
fho net "t (borge IV. havo ngiln failed
It Is leported that uiiotlier revohitlon
liim liinkeli nut In Santo Domingo 'lele-
Srnnlil? eon mm cation between that re-
lkrlUmint hi rder tnht progress m.ij
io m i "ill' Ihe new rules nf procedure
t L'niHtuvvn the trial of l'rlneess Had.
dUll.mtlioel.ar'geot forgery In conn...
.on will, notes piiriw. Ilni to b en
iTfJiSt "he"? I'idia'ie'.r WSiln1 inift
,,,.;!!:."shn l,o"X3btlncl.n of ,n.
Khaiig will be, the llrst thln.imai. to be
TbirTis talk of it thll.l lolmeco.eombl-
Iiineilejii 'loluiico compniu have I .Id In
Kl eh slueki of Uli raw inutcilul ill ordsr
&-reS'J"Y JA WlTfrS;rS ,KSat'i;- liSJS-ti, ( -t "ji'
Speaker Ilenderson Had I Known T hat Would Grow So Tast, I'd Have Slugged It Eatly in the Campaign.
-. Detroit Journal
TO HANDLE RED METAL
United Copper Company Is
EIGHTY MILLIONS CAPITAL
Papers Piled in Trenton Authorize
tho Incorpointors to Mine, Melt nnd
Manufacture Copper, Gold, Silver
and Other Metals It Will Includo
Ninety-Five Per Cent of the Helnzo
Properties Eighteen Thousand
Shares of New Company Dealt In
on Curb in New York.
New York, April 2S The Unit
ed Copper company, with an authorized
capital stock of SO,000,000. was Incor
porated in Tienton today. It Is
authorized to mine, melt and manu
facture copper, Bold, sliver and other
HOW STOCK IS DIVIDED.
The capital stock is divided into
J3,000,0O0 pteferred and J"5,000,000 com
mon stock. It is provided, hovvevct, that
tho Issued capital stock shall not ex
ceed JS.OOO.OOO preferred nnd Jll.OOO.OOO
common, except on the nfllrmatlve voto
of thtce-fourths of the directors of tho
company and tho holders of two-thirds
of tho stock of each class.
DUAWS SIX l'KIl CCNT.
It Is provided that tho preferred stock
shall diavv t per cent cumulative Inter
est. There Is a proviso that the com
pany may sell its entlio plant with the
consent of three-fourths of the dlrectois
nnd tho holders of two-thirds of the
stock of each class.
WHO INCOltrOItATOItS Ann.
The reglsteied agent of the coinpiny
Is the Hudson Tiust company of Ho
boken, N, J . and tho Incorporators uro
Horatio Whltridgo Trumbull. New
York, Arthur A. Urnvvnlce, Princeton,
John riencli, Now York. The pupcrs
were filed bj the low llrm of Carey &
Whltridgo of No. 5'J Wnll sttcet, New
inci,udi:s liniNzr. rrtormmns.
Atiot. line to Vice-President John
Mnglnnls of tho Montana On I'urchas
Ing tompany nnd other Hilnze proper
ties, the. new company will huvo In Its
treisury 93 per tent of tho lompuny
stuck of these companies The Mon
tnni Ore Purchasing companj, the
Nlppci Consolidated Copper company,
tho Minnie Henley Copper Mining
company, the Cobrn-Itork Island Cop
per Mining tompany nnd tho Uelniont
Copper Mlnlnc company
MONTANA OHi: l'UHCHASINO
Tho compnny will also have J1.000 000
of the llrst mortgage bonds of tho
Montana Ore Purchasing company
bonds and .' COOOOO llrst mortgage
bonds of the Nlppir lompanv. Theso
bonds represent tho onl bonded ln
deblc.lness of the companies n imed.
bTOCK &OI.D ON Cl'ltli.
About 18,000 sbaies of Lnlted Cop
per common weiu traded In on tho
itirli when Issued today. The stock
opened nt 33. sold off H, advanced to
25 nnd closed at 31 7-W.
Subscriptions to the underwriting nt
tho new company wero quoted nt ISO.
with the amount of stock olfcrcd tvvlco
AS DUTTE VIEWS IT.
Consolidation of Heinza Interests
Causes reeling of Unicst.
mute, Mont. April 58 -Tho reported
consolidation of tho August Helniee In
let est In one combination tn bo known
as the United Copper romrnnj ot New
Jersey ros created feellnge ot unrest In
this city nnd vlclnlt). Tho ntntement
came from New Yuri: last week to
the effect that Helnze and the Montana
Oro Purchasing company and the Min
nie Huite, corra Itock, llelmont and
other companies hall been absorbed by
Ihe United Copper company lent truth
to the reportn that the Amalgamated
company was nbout to effect it settle,
ment with their antagonist and would
soon tontrol the situation completely.
It boa boon currently roported thut
Helnzo is to hold a high position as
general manager with the Amalgamat
id Interests, but Hits Ilcinze himself
refuses to discuss The mining man,
In fact, will not talk ot tho sltuntlon
except to say thnt he has the forma
tion of n parent corporation for his
Interests In view.
It is known that a deal has been on
foot for some time between Helnte and
the Amalgamated people for a pettle
ment of their differences, which has
cost itj much trouble and expense.
Heln7c has maintained a. position al
together too high for the Amalgamat
ed to consld. r, and here Is the renson
It tins been supposed the two factious
could not make nn ngreement
When seen this evening about the
lcportn from the Kast, Helnze's ngent
declined to discups the m itter. Helnzo
could not be found, nnd his partner
nnd general manager of the Montana
Oro Purchasing company John Mac
Qlnnls, Is now in the Hast.
CUT THEIR DIVIDEND.
Calumet and Ilccla Strikes Stock
holders Very Hard.
Boston, Mnss , April IS. Directors of
the Calumet and llecld Mining com
pany today declared a dlv Idend of J3
per share, the smallest contribution In
three ears. The cut Is exactly one-half
fiom tho previous dividend and stands
stockholders n loss of S5M 000 Along
with ft. Vice-President Idvermore an
nounces that the company has re
entered tho market at 1!M cents. It
Is understood thnt the company Is now
engnged In selling 20 000,000 pounds,
which should enny them up to July 1,
It Is evidently war between Standard
Oil Interests nnd the Uoston people.
Salt Lakers In New York.
iTIlini'Xn HI'CCIAl. 1
New lork. A rll SS -Theso Salt Lakers
are teTlstered here Grand, l 11, Wilde:
Criterion, C. It, Kern.
PRESENTED TO SCHLEY.
Magnificent Silver Service Olvcn the
Admiral by People of
the South. ,
Mepmhls, Tenn , April SS Tho first day
ot tho visit to Memphis of Admiral and
Mrs, Schley opened with lowering clouds
nnd occasional showers. Ihe p-irtide was
postponed until tomorrow. Many promi
nent people pall their tespects to tho
Admhul and his vvlfo during tho morning
hours, Including Gov, Ucnton McMlllln
Aftir luncneon tho Admiral und his
wife wero driven to tho Audltorlim,
where a magnificent silver service was
presented tn Admiral Sthley on behalf of
Isoih) subserlbers to u fund for thut pur
ine movement Io present n testimonial
tn the Admiral was begun b tho Commercial-Appeal
about a scar ago utul
contributions were made In small
amounts from Arkansas, Mississippi, Ala.
bama iin.l 'lennessee, former henator
'1 nomas ll Turley made tho presentation
si" cch, and Admiral Schley ncceptcd the
f sy-f4 ---f
GUILTY OF TREASON, X
; IS SENT TO PEN. X
St Louis April :s-i:rncst Wilde, -f
a nrltlsh subject occupies a cell
s- In Ihe guardhouse ut Jefferson liar-
racks, awaiting transportation to -f
f the Inderal prison on Aliatrnz ll- -f
f nnd In California ba, to serve n -f
s- nlin t-nlne-j ear sentence for tren- -f
son to the United States If ho had
s- not falselj sworn that ho was n f
citizen of tho United States ho -f
4 could not havo found his way Into -f
-- hU present predicament, for ho --f
would not have bun accepted as a -f
y leerult for tho United Stales army
f In St Louis December lsoo, and
shlprcd t) tho Philippines
Wilde hod been In actlye service
f on Luzon Islund only about one
f month when ho disappeared from -f
- tho camp of Company 11 of the --
Twelfth Infantrj nt Puneriule, nfty -f
-f miles from Manila, Tor twenty
- dajs he remained nbsent. Then ho -f
turned u.i In Tnrlae nnd surren- -f
ilered Ilo said ho had been tap- -f
-f Hired by the Inrurgents, and with -f
much dtrtlcultv had escaped, Willi -f
4- hlin w aj a soldier named. Kenne -f
from the 1'ourth cm air j, who told
the sumo storj
instead of taklnn Wllde'j word
nnd permitting him to rejoin his -f
4- command, the commanding officer
at Tnrlao ordered hlin before a -f
general court-martial, charging
him with desertion and specif) Ing
-f that he had quit camp to Join and 4
f light with the I'lliplno Insurants, -f
f On this charge and specification -f
4- Wilde wus convicted.
-t- -(- t " t . .. ,t t
DIE IN A TORNADO
Twister Wrecks the Town of
SEVEN PEOPLE ARE KILLED
Forty Others Aro Injured Storm
Struck the Village Between 5 and 0
O'Clock In the Evening One-Third
of tho Business Homes Demolished
Assistance lias Been Sent From
Neighboring Towns Nona of tho
Wounded Aro Very Seriously Hurt
Courthouse Also Wrecked.
Dallas, Tct , April 25 A telephone mes.
cago to tho Diillis News from Morgan,
Tex, najn u tornado, passed ner (lien
rose, ii small town In Homonllto countj,
between & unci C o'clock this afternoon,
killing Ihe pernons, InJurlnR forty more,
and demolishing much propert).
Mrs. Carl Milan.
Two-eur-oll daughter of J, R. Milan,
Rev, Mr, Tord, pastor of tho Methodist
Miss Mao Connell.
IIoj named Mudproe,
Mrs. Gago nnd ono other, name un
known. 8K1MOUSLY INJUnnD.
Mrs. lldncll. "1,
Mr. nnd Mrs Thomas Trice and baby.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Shields s
Miss Lewis of Weatherford.
Tho courthouso was budly damnged, a
printing office was blown away, two sa
loons wero partly destrojrd, Milan's
wnrcroom was drmollshcd, I.lly & Son's
grocery store ns blown away, n black
smith shop was (Icstrojcd, and four
buildings of Hendricks &. Son wero to.
tully demolished. One-third of tho busl
iicsi houses of the town wero wrecked.
Assistance has been sent to Olenroso
HARRIMAN TO ENTERTAIN.
Will Qlvo Banquet to Officials of All
Ills Roads on Thursday Night
In San Francisco.
Tninu.s'i: sit.ciai. i
Bin rranclsco, April 2S rrerldent Hnr
rlman of tho Bootlurn 1'ailrtc will be the
Kuest ot honor Wednesday nlffht at a
han'iuet Klven to him by the commercial
liodles of Han Vranclsco, On the follow.
Ine nlKht Mr llnrrlman will Rive n Inn.
nnet to the officials of the rlonlhern 1'a.
eltle, I'nlon I'ncltle, Oreiion Hhort I.lno
and Oregon Hallway &. .Navigation com.
Vice-President llanernft nnd other oftl.
clals of the OrcKon Hhort Line will leave
todaj for Sin i'rnnelsco to attend the
bamjuet fclven by their chief
PRISONER TAKEN EAST.
Omaha Officers Leave Evanston With
Hvanston, Wjo, April JS Sheriff John
Power of Omaha left this tlty this mom.
Inn with William Heap, tho man who de.
frauded the 1'errv Cottle and C'ommts.
slon compiin) or Jil.ooo about u yeur ago
Mr. Power has heen hero shout two
weeks waiting fur requisition papers It
will oo remembered that Judre C'ralir de
tlded W anting hml no" Jurisdiction, In
the llenji case, and thnt Heap was lm.
mediately rearrested by Nehraska nrtl.
cers and placed In Jail nwolllns requlil
IMPROVING INDIAN SCHOOL.
Qns Plant to Be Constructed nt Teller
Grand Junction, Colo, April 2 -The
aovernment will consliuct an acetvleno
Bus plant at feller Institute, the Indian
school locuted two miles cast of this
dtj The cjnlract for tiuildliKt nnd pin.
init has alread) been let, Oos Is tn be
used for llelit and there will he 400 Jets
In the various hull Units '1 his Is a much,
needed Improvement, as heretofore coal
ell has been used.
SIBLEY GOES FOR SMITH
Pennsylvania!! Creates Sen
sation in House.
DENOUNCES THE GENERAL
Declares That lie Was n DUfrrnco to
tho Uniform Ilo Woro and Ex
pressed the Hope Thnt tho Presi
dent Would Strip Him of His Unl
foim Within rorty-ElRht Hours
All This on Account of the Orders
Issued by American Officer In tho
Washington, April 58 Ueptesent.i
tlve Slble, of Pennsylvania, creited a
sensnlton here todi) during the Keneinl
debate on tho agricultural bill, denoun
cing General Jacob II Smith for the
orders he Issued In tho Saninr cam
ptlgn He declired that den Hmltli
was a dlsgtnte to the uniform be wore
nnd expressed the hope that the Presl.
dent would strip him of his uniform
within fort) -eight hours
now ir was Huonivr.D
Mr. bible) 's speech was eutbusl.istl.
cs.ll) applauded by the Democrats and
was received with some evidence ot
approval on the ltcpubllcnti ride. The
speech was considered the moie re
markable In that It enmc from u He
publlcan who left the Democratic
party on the Issues rnlsed by the bpin
sh vvar and who has since been nn ar
Upon the conclusion of the general
debnte slow progress was made with
tho bill, only thlrt)-flve of tho foity
nine pages bclnff disposed of.
AaitlCL'IrUUAT. I1II.I. IT.
This was District of Columbia day
In tho House under the rules but the
regular order wis postponed until Mon
day next In order thnt tho lloure might
proceed with the consideration of the
agricultural bill The navnl appropria
tion bill was roported and the House
then resumed tho consideration ot the
cuktis Din-nNns tunbton.
Mr. Curtis made n, brief but fervent
defense of flen Tuiiston ngnlnst the
criticisms to which bo Ind been sub
jected. "The people of Kansas," he be
gan, "aro proud of the bravery and
daring of gallant Kred Funaton Ilo
has been criticized hero for nn net
which for daring and conception and
execution ranks with the grentcst
feats of arms ho captured tho new
Oeorge Washington Agulnaldo. If an
other had accomplished what (Jen.
runston did," ho sild, "the Democrats
would have made him their candidate
TACTS AUK CITHD.
He called nttentlon to the fact thnt
bis promotion bad been recommended
by flen Whenton nnd flen. McAr
thur, both soldiers of the Civil vvnr.
' Holdlers who knew more of vvnr and
the rules of war than all tho politicians
In this lountry combined" And bis
commission," ho added, wns signed by
tho greatest president we have ever
had the soldier, statesman and mar
tyr, William McKlnley.
LAWS 01' NnUTllAMTY.
Mr. Teeley, of Illinois, submitted some
remarks In support of the contention
thnt the laws ot neutrality wero being
lolated by this government In allow
ing tho shipment of mules and horses
to South Africa for use by the llrltlsli
nglnst tho Iloer republics. He sum
public sentiment favored the causo ,of
tho lloers nr.d Insisted that neither
secretly or openly should out govern
ment extend old to the llrltlsli. Mr.
Teeley and Mr. dlllett (Mass ) clashed
nn the interpretation of that portion ot
tho treaty of Washington which
bound the United States and England
as to what constitutes war materials.
SIHU1Y AN EXI'ANHIONIHT.
Mr. Blbley, ltepnbllcnn. (Pcnns)i
anln) said bo hid been an expansion
ist and defended the policy of tho tid
ministration In the acquisition of tho
Philippines. Duty nnd honor, ho sua,
Justllled our position thcie. The iom
inerclul vvelfnre uf tho nation demanded
that we should control that archipel
ago, which stands as the gatevvny to
the Oriental world. He then slid:
DENOUNCES OUN. SMITH.
When I have heard tho statements
trade that wo were cruel In the conduct
of that war. 1 hnvo thought, pi rhaps.
fS??h?"in Sr'lS V T
t'nlted Stttes, Dne who standi under the
sh""low ,( our arm). Issues orders i not i
rnnriilite a nro line, but to leuve It a
howling ' wlidcrms. nd to kill all above
10 curs old, then It seems to me. that
humanltv must have marched backward
for eighteen centuries, and that Herod
again appears . 1 havo lend of T fnour.
tho Tartar, ' havo read of Achilles,
havo read of the Sarin en scoiirpi, hut I
thank Und that since the tngle scene on
Colvorv It has taken eighteen centuries
to uroduce a Bnilth
I have read of tho water cure. Can
nnv man whoso hloo 1 pours In h s pulse,
any nan who has lend Ids lllble. or whu
has been reared at tin Km of Christian
woman. Justify tho perpetration of such
cruelties upon another man who wears
the golse nnd the Imuhe of his erentor?
And et wo heird this man attempting
to Justify acts by which men aru pumped
so full of water as luiirl) to drown them,
and then brou.ht back to lite hv thump.
Ing them over the Btomuell with the
hints of muskets That Is not ilvlllzn
tlon, that Is not chrlstlanlslnff the world
I am thankful that these tiro spoiadlo
ASKB HOUSE TO PIIOTEST
Against that, as a mnn who belongs I
hope, not alone to the llcpubllrnn ranks,
but to the whole brotherhood of man tho
wide worid around, 1 want the members
of this House, on this side of the chum
her and that, to voice their protest
against all s leh measures
A friend of mlno soil it few minutes
ago. 'Oh, 1 know ou had belter wnlt
and bear his defense 1 hopo tho Presl
dent of tho I'nlted Stales will hnvo tho
courage, upon what the man admits to
discharge hlin dlshonorabl) from the set.
vice that ho has so disgraced Ho ad
mits that ho Issued the tinier to letivo
the provlnco a howling waste nnd a wll
derntss, and to kill nil above lo )ears of
nr-a dm 1nttnee.il itth ttifl IHllltl.
1HTTEII IN DENUNCIATION
That man never ought to be permltteil
to stay In the service of tho United
Stalls until the sun gois down lie Is a
dtssruce not ulons to the pari) hut to
over) man who ever wore the uniform
of the I'nlted States, nnd he Is n blot
nnd a dlsgrnie to our present civilisation
'lhat man does not llvo who can JUBitfy
such orders I, care not how adroitl) his
lawers may frame their plea or how
subtle be their reasoning, (he fact, ad
mitted by his own mouth, that he Issued
such orders Is sufficient for the hope
that there la the courage and patriotism
and the humanltv and tho Christianity
at the othe end of tho nveniio that will
not let him wear the Pedernl uniform
twent)-four hours hence
ENDORSED HY WILLIAMS.
Mr. Williams (Mlrs ) heartily en
dorsed Mr. Sibley s onsliught upon
Ocn, Rmlth, whom he described us a
"brute In uniform " ' Hut I nm a little
nfrald," ho continue I, "that ho docs
not strlko tho evil In the right quarter,
It Is the s)tem which should be struck
out, not tho man who unconsciously
carries out the spit It ot the system,
Wherever there Is a way ot conquest
against a weak and inferior people,
deeds of brutality naturally occui. Tho
chief dangei Is not the Injury to the
weak race, but that the temptation to
I tyranny will react upon tho strong raoo
nnd make brutes of Its soldiers. For liiRS, rMsifM
that reason such wars should be HHiSFv'vKiHI
av oiled I agree with tho gentleman IMEhY m litHH
from I'ennsylvanl i thit there can bo no ffilClitt 'jllBB
Justification for n clvlllred man to Is- flltWi ' linilH
sue nn order to lay waste a. whole (sMri ) iHSHfl
lountry nnd kill everybody, Including BrTTI" uliH
ihlldten uvtr 10 yctrs of nge " uMBli ij ' fllB
linEitiNn on aoEMEt. case. WSm HlluH
Mr tlnerlrg, of Kentucky, replied to jfvfH'nfil
some remarks made n few days ago wIev! m IslH
b) Mr (Ulbert of Kentucky, denying VjVli-.VK
some of the lalter's stntcntontn con- TTiflf J'Jr-liJHH
icinlng some of the conditions thnt pre- GK'JalltoaB
vailed when (loebel was assassinated. W M'l J IWlss
After some further debate on mlscel- Sf'Wi'Ji'lBB
laneous topics, reneral debato closed rfiurtMiintslBH
and the bill wns lend for amendment fifsrlsitUsM
under the nve-mlnuto rule OiM'i! iifssi
STIUCKEN ri!OM HILL. nfsif'i)'!'fB
Mr Cannon succeeded In having sev- Mnrar tfilsH
ernl Items stilcken from tho bill by rnls- ISO;? PunH
lug points of order agitnst them. One HUhl f I'iH
piovlded for nn appropriation c $5o,- BB j9KsH
WH) for the purchase ot sites n 'ho WW$, f l&tH
erection of buildings for use as ea'.ier tlv' NmIsH
bureau observatoiles it''--ti ictHIsH
Mr. lloberts ot Mnsstehuf etts, of- JiKiCT UiH
fered an amendment to perml. city nnd ?W.t.I, visiH
lounl) members of the House to elect 1 iAjV i?H
whether they would leco1 e flower or fc I4r Hifilll
vegetnble seeds i tttiVmM
The conference report on the Chinese -t (' 4 1 rtJisH
exclusion bill was adopted without de- , ii ii'iRiJjH
bate. This tends It to the President. At K'ff, I'rtWH
S !0 p. m the House adjourned. ." " 3 j
in rnnsiDENT's hands. .i' iH
Oleomnrunrlno Bill Has Tassed Both Jffl lfH
Houses. 'iW PnH
Washington, April 28 -After a brief 'ilsf'illuH
dlsiusnloii today tho reinte ngreed to jJVt fH
tho Houh. amendments to the oleo- (Ml,l$tM
m irgarlne bill as pis.ed by tho Senate. (V J-SH
The mensuro now goes to the President M'lfcf HeiH
for his slgnittire An effort was made f, f ,;?'fH
by Mr. Teller of Colorado to amend .jLj lM)JH
the measure ho ns to levy a tax, of 10 a UH
per cent of the capital or newels on jkv i!''lH
nny butter trust that might be formed, a'k ;rl;LM
but It was defeated, !3 to 2 the de- Ijffli illH
tailed voto being as follows ' PU tl, (jH
Yens-It icon. Kites, ninckburn, Clsrk U "i ) MM
(Mont ), i I ly, Coikrell. Culberson. Dante , h. ! j HlH
tlubols, I'ol aker, Poster ((La , Heltfcld, II) J eB
McEnert. Mclrfllirln (Miss), McLaurln 1,3 i, HH
IS C), Mallor). Martin, Mitchell, IMtter- 3(ffiL, JH
son ltnwllns tevvnrt, Teller. Tillman, lf4 6i(sH
'Naj's-Alllsoir' Ilurnhnm, llurton. Cul- ffl Jf MH
lorn Depevv Dillingham Dolllvel, 1 a r- tV,1. WSM
banks. iVter (Wash), l'r)e Oamble, ffl.'ftifij'B
llansbrnueh, Harris Hnwlej.Kenn.iytt- f wtrSMiH
redge l.o, MrCumber. McMillan. Nel- Sil'iiJaH
ion. Perkins Plitt (Conn ) l'latl (N Y.), FSbWisH
Proctor. Ouarles. Simon, Wetmore 28. XlXri&fltMiH
SIMMONS DENOUNCES SMITH. $MtlH
Mr Simmons of North Carolina ad- lliii ViPslH
diessed the Somite In opposition to ilaliifli-'JP
the Phlllplms government bill. Ho SHlsiHfl
urged that the Philippines ought to i NKfiH
be turned over tn the Inhabitants ot tho ? SlUvSHIH
Islands. Ho declared there vvnn no 1-tijB
doubt us to the truth of tho charges ) jtrfljfiHB
ngairuit tho army ot rruelty, Inhuman- 11 fjFCHB
Ity mul barbarity In fact. Bald he, WSf'tnifflM
It was now organized cruelty nnd bar- rtlr'ilT'SniH
Inrlty. nnd not merely Isolated In- rafiTilMssM
stances ot torture He rctcned tn the If ijif isCSiO
order Issued by (Jen. Smith to mako flnMllPH
the Island ot Snmnr a "bowling w I j'IialB'B
dernets," and to slay all male lnhnbl- lliifvMl
tantu over 10 ears of age. IlfjIritliB
NO OltDEll HUT ONE LIKE IT. IwJM 'ItrsH
"No older recorded In all history," IrflB ijill
ho deilared, ' pirallclcd thut order, ex- tiMKmWK
tept that of Herod, tho King, when Lfn&ftMssH
he commanded thnt nil the male chll- IHK ntM
drcn who weic In llelhlebem und In all (, ISHH
the coasts thereof from 2 ears and rH9EL9BiH
under should be slain tn order that ho WirlPwroH
might mora surely compass the death ttSWfSMssH
of one whom It was said had corno nuOLviJHsH
tn be the King ot the Jews, the Christ HKIwH
nnd Savior nt mankind. SBKItHfB
"I feel," he continued, "like cnlllnff BsV'lHOssl
upon the gieat, bravo nnd humano BiBP 'IJmiMbbm
man now In the Whlto Houso to probo ECSBblUDslsl
these things to the bottom, and at IsV'lKf WDMsB
hnxt to make them odlour" ntdrutlffisH
The conference report on the Chi- I'B nj ''iMIjH
nero exclusion bill was adopted. s! MJ',i snBsH
Consideration of tho sundry civil np- S aSfBtM
proprlutlon bill was begun, but not WI WfwKM
loncludcd. IVE 3N Jbibbbh
Mr. Harris of Kansas presented tho ll XrlHHH
folowlng telcgiam he hud received efl nUjrKflOI
from tho Kansas Millers' association, til K L1HH
which was referred to tho Commltteo ffV HTf bbbbH
on Eorclgn llelatlons hi T, SotflPV
Kutivns millers, nn account of foreign till; tfil53mfl
illsrrlmlnntlons, with the best wheat In r,Kf yrirjijtfMgM
the world at tlulr door, urn not producing hnftri iIFHiIsbI
over oni-thlnl of their full tupnclty Un. hlilrtl 'f'fflliH
less )our commltteo on foreljin relations lllifj aflsll
can give us relief through reelprocul con- l$ef? U.j'jitHH
cessions, iilaelng our mills on an equal KMrPtllsBl
basis with foreign mills many of our ftl, ;,Vj IIS'tlkllM
mills will shut down Indefinitely and somn Rlfr1 !u&lIB
of them will bo forced to tho wall In our Ynrkt tiTssl
distress wo look to our Senators for re- resUt.f't.T'liaBBH
lief. WH1 iflsH
At bis own request, Mr. Carmnck S!f,iHiJ,(jJjSH
of Tcnncrsec was excused from servlco ( mHEJiIsH
on the Committee on Education and mE'ffi'lT'iirrlsBl
Labor. Y4 CA1fiiJH
TORTURE OF FILIPINOS. fltwflH
Keturned Soldiers at Fort Wright De- u?6umH
tall Methods Used, to Extort ' I-'twnflBlHB
Confession, H'l f!l-'8JjfliB
Spokane, ash, April 2 -Soldiers nr- '5't ,'?H 'lassH
rived at I'urt Wright from tho Philip- .llM'tlEHBH
lines dcscrlbo unolhcr mode of torture er f ulifPfljH
than the water litre A native, thought 'i'lff8j'lH
to b secretive, would be forced to In $if Pjl
lerlock tho lingers uf his hands. Small 4 Mllr ilRBsH
sticks were placid In the palms und tho iWlHB
vhtlin wns men suspended from the limb ?): ntt'jSBslsH
of a tret, the limb running between the i' -'ll'SSSBB
Interlocked hands. Ills weight threw J PlLflBBH
tremendous pressuro on tho bones nt tho inflBlHBSBl
hand and thu agony was said to bo ex- Q tMKjiwBflfl
In administering tho water cure the fa'fWrjH8
victim r mouth was forced open by means ' yf MttlBJjBB
of sticks und bandages I Jft ,i5',WJ3bM
stories of watiii cuiie. 1 -feHp
Private Soldier Declares Natives lIuli'MJBsl
Wero Cruelly Treated. llflBW
bpoknne, Wash, April !.-Storles of tho ''MtflHjl
"water cure," practiced b) American sol- 1 ' r lli?antiil
liters 111 Iho Philippines, are continued by s- mJKBBHB
toldlers of tho Seventeenth Infantry, who j"hBIIIH
huve Just teturned from Manila Two fs tjiyfrfl iUH
tompunlrs II anil M, uro stationed at l! I't'.JIffiOl
1 on W rli.rit 'I here aro two soldiers now A 'ttUflW DnfJI
a Ton Wright who were with Lieut. S fftif Huttl
llolton on his nuutlng trips. Ono ot them )i If , i jJH
Is Prltute nines of Company K ..Tho If Jl I ?i' jH
other Is itufiis W llson of Company M 1 KH f.'M H
'Lieut llolton certuiill) triated thosa 7 ritti! JS
natlvis most cruell) said Private nines 'Ki "i IHJ
)tsterdn "1 was with hlin on n scouting J tW Ijfliffi
trip seventeen dajs In th northern pare Jj IjUibUfMf.
of I.usnn When Lieut llolton got hold A iffiSviiW
of a nilptno from whom ho wanted In- J5 fLlWlll'
formitlnu ho showed him no nero. I J! Jwltfl,
myself saw tho water euro given three fr (uHt'l !.,
times nn that till.. ft BjS?fr IBM
Ono tlmo llolton was not satlslled with K r&Mfttt RH
giving the fellow ordinary water II; J i JkHjl (UI
foned Shasla water down his throat I If fSijiSJfltt
would not stand for such cruelt) ss thnt ft TUTiJMKat
and 1 w tilled nwa), lhat Shasta water Is ffl .'tijlit'i'l'
vile sti It has a terrible taste and It l S'lrWlWi'Is
sickens man dreadlull) LpiMtHH
Before I Joined Lieut llolton's scout- ti 'UflWOT
Ing pnrty he got Information from natives j5 :lSSfis,ffi
bv hanging them to trees. I did not seo KX H ill
that myMlf. however. US ijrer3'4j
UTAHNS IN LOS ANGELES. I fll
If It i
Women's Clubwomen Will Havo fa RfiilKBl
Hoadq,uarters in the Angelus. If tlUifjHfS
tTlIIllUNE SPECIAL) (I OfflraH
Los Angeles, Cul , April 23 -During tho 11 '8;fMjH
sessions litre of tho Oeneial l'e,deratlon ot Ijff JfflflEwP
Women's Clubs, the Utah delegation will IMf tleBJs'ssi
havo headquarters In tho Angelus, Qua ft" awHKa
Holmes s new hotel, the finest In this part jrj-, jnlH
of tho lountry Hooms have been re- IT mPinBMH
served for eighteen 1. idles, arrangements Jl' iWjUF
for their accommodation having bean ImX mHHR
made with Mr Holmes while he wjs In 7 'iAHIKll
Salt Lake l- rldav He arrived hero to. (A fc$jflnBU1J
night, and sa)s that the Utah ladles win 11 jUSrHHU
iirrlvn on tho morning ot tho 20th, coming tm H1HM
vl.e Saciainento, Ihey will havo nearly ( UffiHK
half of ono wholn rloor ot the hotel and ijKil'JHl
their quarters will bo among the hand- tm mumjUl
somest of any of tho numerous delegu- Mr aiCWf
tlons, which aro now arriving by evorx Eft WHJetB