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EVENING DULLETh. HONOLUtU, It. T., THURSDAY, DKC. 20, 1901.
Cnal Treaty Passed
Six Dissenting Votes
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Washington, Dec 16 Tho Senate
today rutlllcd tko llay-Pauncofote Isth
mian canal treaty by the decisive ote
of 72 to 6. The oto was reached a
few minutes before S o'clock, after nl
most te hours' discussion bchloa
closed doors. There were no sensa
tional Incidents unrlng the entire time.
The debate was confined exclusively
to a discussion of tho merits of the
agreement and the policy of Its pro
visions. The pilnclpal speech of the day was
made by Senator Teller, In opposition
to tho treaty, and ho was followed In
rapid succession by twolvo or fifteen
other Senators, who spoke briefly
cither lor or against tho motion to
Whin tho treaty was laid before the
Senate Teller expressed confidence
that the resolution would be adopted,
and while he had no purpose to pro
cnt that result, he was comlnccit
that there aro very few Senators who
aro really satisfied with the treaty.
Willi ureal liritam in nor present
mood, he believed, he said. It would
have lx.cn possible to secure a treaty
which would give entlro satisfaction,
and he sharply criticized the State De
partment for falling to-do so. Ne took
tho position that It would hac been
sufficient to abrogate tho Cla) ton Dill-
wcr treat), and said that England
knew well enough that with that re
sult accomplished she could very well
trust tho United States to maintain
the neutrality of the canal, as this
erldge, Burnham, Burrows, Burton,
Clapp, Clajl; of Montana, Clark of
Wyoming, Clay, Cockrell, Cullom,
uenoe, ueltricii, Dillingham, Dolllver,
I'alrbanks, Koraker, Koster of Louis
lana, Foster of Washington, Kr)e, Gal
linger, Gamble, Gibson, Hale, Hans
luough, Harris, Hawlcy, Hoar, Jones
of Arkansas, Kcarns, Klttridge,
Lodge, McComas, McCumber, McUn
ery, Mel.anrln of South Carolina, Mc
Millan. Martin, Mason, Millard, Mor
gan. Nelson, Penrose, 1'prklns, Pettus,
Piatt of Connecticut, Piatt of New
orlc, Piltihard, Proctor, Quarles,
Scott, Simon, Spooner, Stewart, Tur
ner. Warren, Wellington. Wotmore
Senator Bicon then offered an
amendment striking out of the prcam
ble in the reference to tho Cla) ton
Uulwer ticaty the words "without Im
pairing the general principle of neu
tralization established In Artlclo VIII
of that convention," also tho follow
ing words In Article VII relative to
tbe pin chafe of stock, "subject to the
revisions of the present treaty" also
of Article 111, relating to tho natural
ization of tho treaty; also all of Ar
tlclo IV declaring against change of
territorial sovereignty. All this wns
embodied in one amendment, and was
defeated, 18 to CO, as lotions:
A) es Bacon, Bate, Berry, Black
burn, Carmack, Clark of Montann,
Cla), Culberson, Dubois, Harris, Helt
leld, McLaurln of Mississippi, Maltory,
Money. Simmons, Taliaferro, Teller,
counto could bo prepared to do so for .Tillman 18
many jcarn Noes Aldrlch, Allison, Bard, Ilcver-
Among the other speakers of the oft-1 Idge. Ilurnliam. Burrows, nurlnn.
ornoon wcie Senators Clay. Fairbanks,! Clapp, Clark of Wjomlng, Cockrell,
McCumber, McLaurln (Mississippi), Cullom. Deboc, Dietrich, Dillingham,
Culberson, Mallory, Mason, Tillman, r.olllvcr, Fairbanks, Foraker, Foster
Bacon and Bate. Senator Clay was I of Louisiana, Foster of Washington,
ono of tho Southern speakers who. Fne. Galllnger. Gamble. Olbson. Hale.
spoko in fdvoency of the treaty. Ho
contended tho treaty should bo rati
fied because It secured the abrogation
of the Cla ton Bulwcr treaty.
Senator Mason made a strong plea
for the treaty, expressing his gratifi
cation that American diplomats had
succeeded in obtaining such a triumph
as was this treaty oer the original
Senator Bacon's speech was made
In connection with a motion tb amend
the treaty. In presenting this amend
ment ho said that ho was In favor of a
canal and would tote for the treaty
with tho DaIs amendment. Ho op
posed the treats because he did not
bcllovo It would give, the United
Hansbrough, Hawlcy, Hoar, Jones of
Arkansas, Kenn, Kcarns, Kittredge,
I odge. McComas, McCumber, McKUl
cry, McLaurln of South Carolina, Mc
Millan, Martin. Mason. Millard. Mitch
ell, Morgan. Nelson, Penrose, Perkins,
Pettus, Piatt of Connecticut, Piatt of
New York, Prltchard, Proctor, Quarles,
Scott, Simon, Spooner, Stewart, Tur
ner, Vest, Warren, Wellington, Wet
The treaty was tnen ratified by a
oto of 72 to 6, as follows:
A) cs Aldrlch, Allison, Bard, Bate,
Berry, Dc erldge, Ilurnliam, Burrows,
.Burton, Carmack. Clapp, Clark of Wy
oming, I'lnric or Montana, Clay, cock'
it'll, Cullom, Deboe. Dietrich, Killing.
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Washington, Dec. 1G Just before
the adjournment tonight the Senate
confirmed the nomination of I'hllan
dcr C. Knox to be Attorney General of
the United States. When tho Senate
had disposed of the canal treaty tho
Attorney General's nomination was
called up. The discussion turned upon
a motion made by Senator Jones of
Arkansas to recommit the nomination
to the Committee on Judiciary, In the
meantime publishing the testimony
bearing on the case.
SAN BLAK ON REhF.
States full power over tho canal. Ho ham. Dolllcr. Dubois. Fairbanks. For.
said Great Britain rejected tho amend- nker. Foster of Louisiana, roster of
od Hn)-Pauncefoto treaty, but sent us Washington. Frye. Galllnger, Gamble,
another treaty about identical with Gibson, Hale, Hansbrough, Harris,
tho former treaty as amended, ecept Hawley, Heltfeld, Hoar, Jones of Ar
as regard the Dals amendment. He Kansas, Kenn, Kcarns, Kittredge,
lonsldcred that fact tho most Impor- Lodge, McComas, McCombci. Mili
tant feature of the whole controversy, cry. McLaurln of Mississippi, Mcl-atir-Thcre
was an exceptionally full it, of South Carolina, McMillan, Mnr-
Senate when ..,o tlmo armed for a tin. Mason, Millard, .Mitchell, Money.
vcte, but tho certainty or ratlllcatlon Morgan. Nelson, Pentose, Perkins, Pet
had become so apparent that there tus. Piatt of Connecticut, Piatt of New
was comparatively little Interest In the York, Prltchard, Proctor, Quarles,
proceedings. Tho votes on tho Scott, Simmons, Simon, Spooner,
nmnmlmi nlH Mloppptlpcl pftrh flthor Rtnwnrt Tnllnfprrn Tilrnor. Vpat
t quickly. 1 Warren. Wellington, Wetmore 72.
senator uuiocrson onereu an ameuu-1 rsoes nacon, uiaciiuurn, uuiDcrson,
mint to Insert the Dai Is fortification Mallory. Teller. Tillman 6
amendment of the last session. This Bailey paired with Dcpew and EI
was defeated. 15 to 02, as follows: kins.
Ayes Bacon, Bate, Berry, Black- Rawlins paired with Hanna and
burn, uarmacK, uuiuerson, uiidois,
Heltfeld, Mci.aurln of Mississippi,
Mallory, Money, Simmons, Taliaferro,
Tillman, Vest 15.
Noes Aldrlch, Allison, Bard, Bev- and Quay,
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who did not vote and for
whom.no pairs were announced aro:
i Danicr. Jones of Nevada, Patterson
Washington, Dec. 17. The Home
San Francisco, Dec. 19. The Pacific
Mall Steamship Compiio's steamer
San Bias Is fast on Itemldeos "reef.
about five milts north of La Llbcrtad,
on the coast of Salvador. The owners
have received but meigcr news of the
loss of tho vessel, but the tenor of the
dispatches bo far rcrnlved Indicates
that the steamer Is n total wreck. All
of tho crew and the passengers wer
snved, and )esterday morning thoy
wcru nt l.n Llbcrtad. Tho men of the
crew wero soon afterward taken
aboard the steamer Newport of thu
samo company, nnd tlyt vessel, by tho
latest reports, was standing by the
wreck. Tho company ordered a tug
from Panama, about GOO miles away,
to tho Bcenc of the wreck tu render
any nsslKlauco possible to tho strand
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sufficient proof to convince President
Stetson of tho North Pacific Coast
Hallroad that the San Ilafael was at
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diveis down though tho powerful un
del current that runs past Alcatraz,
vlieie tho wreck lies submerged, acts
as a great hindrance, to tho work of
bilnglng up wreckage or raising tho
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made tho report of the committee in
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FUNSTON IS CONFIRMED
Washington, Dec. 18. Tho Senate
today continued nooral hundred Army
promotions and several promotions in
tno Navy; also tho following:
Ilrlgadlcr General I.lojd Whcaton,
United Stntis Army, to be Major Ocn
To bo Urlgndler flcncrals Colonel
J. II, Smith. Secntccnth Infantry;
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The report refers to the "exhaustive
report made b tho Isthmian Commis
sion, of which Admiral Wulkcr Is hi ad.
In which every feature of this enter
prise Is full) ami at length discussed,"
"No doubt Is expressed by tho com
mission as to tho practicability of the
enterprise; on the contrary they join
with a score of predecessors In express
ing their belief that the work can be
carried to a successful termination,
within the limits of reasonable cost,
and reasonable time. All of the great
political parties aro committed to the
policy of the construction of this ca
nal." The report then quotes the declara
tions of tho tarlous party platforms
nnd Presidents McKlnlcy and Roose
velt, favoring tho canal. In conclusion,
"In lcw of tho many thousands of
rages written and spoken In advocacy
of tho Immediate undertaking and com
pletion of this work, In lew of the
pledges made by the parties that It
should bo undertaken and completed;
In Icw of tho reiommemhtlons made
b tho President nf tho I'nlteil States,
and In lew of the almost universal
demand of tho American p"oplo that
Congress should at once do something
effective In tho Inauguration anl
speed) completion of the Isthmian ca
nal, )our commlttco content them
selves with this brief report embody
ing their earnest recommendation tint
tho bill pass,
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