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tever and anon encouraging the burly
Texan ivith a smile or a nod. Seeking
to appear as If the busings ef the Sen?
ate, anil the prospect of a spscisl session
vere of no concern t ? > them, th?? so-ca!)od
? drmlnistratlon Senators strolled into the
chamber whenever the presiding officer >
b?U Indicated a call for a quorum, aa?!
having answered to their names, strolled
back to committee room or cloak room,
???hare, with mono'onoua iteration, they
voiced their condemnation of the ob?
stinacy of the Chief Executive in terms
as graphic, if les? vehement, aa those
which they formerly applied to the con?
duct of hie predecessor, President Roose
The House has t>e?*nin work on Its last
appropriation bi'l It hrs .Scared up the
major portion Of its calendar, and will be
prepared tor adjournment by noon of
The unanimous opinion of Senators
this grtnlni la that onh- by ? mirad
?i,, ?gppgr Boom uugHpleU it.* work.
and that a sptcial session is inevitable
- ? a .- ?
SAYS HE GOT STOLEN CATS
Police Refused Warrant for Ar?
rest of Wellesley Professor.
[By T?! i-raph to The Tribun*]
Natlck. Mass. Feb. 21.?Hiram C
^o-vti, chief of the loca! pollos. arP'-ar^d
before Judge Mul?p?.. tO*?8tf and re?
quested th*t his horor is?=ne a verrant
trir ihe arresi of Albert r Morsa pro?
fessor of goolnfj a? Wel)?8fley CoUega
on the eharg4 <'f receiving stolen prop
gfty Thlf- application, ?irai an a?ur
math Of flM fnin? of John So'iires, a
Welkste? C*"*U?8ge janitor, Saturday,
<*her-red with iTeaUner a valuable Arrgaro
cat, which ne turned over to th* zoolog?
ical departmen* at the college.
Judge Mu'ilipan refused to Issue the
??arrant. Chief Br'\?.n brought tc the
?>:dgf's notloa s number Of specific in
gtgttt?)i wliara household ptti bsyn pgpg
ptolfn it: "Sb'v:\ SI fl i'i! !.???! over to the
.... ' ?; ? | of tha c-Ql
>ge. In cm. POfl Of his ?tsnd, Judge
Mull.?. . that he did not relieve
this prof! M r --'xperiments
?vere bslBf rnao* v-jth purloined l?;ltt'.?-s
"Snufflf s "" th-* cat alleged to have been
Stolen by >- 1r:r-. ?wag hurled to-day.
T-.-.' " -' ' : Heft ofk-ials. it .?as
p*ate?i ?to-night, w|*J prohaWy diseharg?
bbtb I'libi*!. C. W?0o4s and John
Squires, both M Whom, it r.??*v t-eems.
.? -.i with the cotlega
f *. ? - .-..?. mt?**
Holief <"o*Tirni?sif*'nrr ?~>"M.<r*i. of Bos
t . -.?.?n'l-v i?-, numeroua eonplglnta
eonoerr - I - "'ins eg pets for cher
rato ? ? * ? " - haa promlaed
?. i> ri ? tut gatlos K ha flnda u
iS STRETCHING HIMSELF
Boy Expectl *o Gain Half Iir-h
and Join Navy.
.rcen ?.cars Old, v.ho la hall <."? l&Oh
?oo -'? ' ?n the lia*.?', i? b\?ii:t:.ng
?._., ? . . . ? ' Ii bsad
? Itfht, Tii-.* rig
i frfc .
?\ftei ' i Im bag
?? of an Inch to bis height
?. ? - i he mu? id ta
| I ? c . -.
INDIANA ?SUFFRAGE BILL DIES
W*MI Weep afi Hont?* Volg| Against
Measure?MaabdM Change Votes.
Indianapolis,. i>h .-->. ? hun?
dred ?women U
stats Cuptu wa
hetnr take** at ? civ?* the ?
au.t'rajje to womss i and ? wu el?-.-.
feena Magy womei
? nd kep? tab on '.he -
Fever*] aaerabsri ?i! ?-? r
bm weal ?juisi ? t'a 4?
ht-1 th-:r .
*'?'?' ' -? against
groen? try. th? M * their
av?6 were wei ai tbey tiowiy
?** ' sla me
right of en?fra
BUY RAILWAYS. SAYS BARBER
Match Manufacturer Would Have
Government Pay with Bonds
I ? - - I Tribune. 1
AkT?i.. Ohm, F< ft -.\ r m by wi ?
t,"i eoanmoa eouM o*?--n ?h? rail?
T**?i-j ef Um ''??: ??. * ttatea la rroro*?'^ by
?"?Wo C BUS -. t.i rr,j:t:-nii:iivi^iif matcii
r maajsi ?.->; ?? .. ??.
gi?:M c;: ?... i problem
iiarbw. v- BghUng hish '??".|
; - has t?pou?e'l tha
faus-j. of tb? ra|nat ?*api?
tfc.1 efe! ? ? * rif th?
?but ih- govern?
m?nt tHk- ? ailrojd? by li.-ulug i
V'J* cent r"'(. I 90m tOt "II 'be
saHgnd tUocks sad 8?**st*ritlw
PEMAJiDS CASH FROM CONVICTS
W-Tpe in Korait Manufa?-tiirin*j Coni
-tan:; Ml Order? Settlements on Stot'k.
""'??' ' ?':? ? i?i i ark, sa retarse,
bga fr>-**f,-iir?.3 to thi I ntted ftstea Dis?
titt <"* ? fala abttlUea
ft Criarle- v.. y.Y .-> *??i irw. : r Oraras,
ttv p- . I Um Karaft Maaufaeturtng
?firat preeasdlng !-?. ardai wHJ !? ?. .. ?
FKis ir* Urarsa ? .-: tba trust?**?
1 'SA;?j> :;, ? ? ? ? ? realtsea
; - ' ' ? 'fron t . g-aital atock
iM ; ? r i? ara!?
It la tlss edvMad t si the Komit otficui.?
r--?^ la l aot I'll
? ;??'->.;mat? ly ?y;
??) rtp't renu Un
? - ? aere.
.'?"'? i r ?? gteisi
... ? ' - ;... | ,. u.
- It lit?, raii.1. Th '
?? "j?m in Hit
AU ?- i-i ? pt. -? > wlttea Ute igiistsea
i.? n ?*> j- t:- 'i llg
m . -.i- ? . Among ti.t
iy.,1?, leiick, Msnbst?
Best remeay for
CONCERTED ACTION T?
FORCE OUT SHFEHAN
?Democrats Opposed to Caucus
Nominee Organizing for
CANDIDATE STANDS FIRM
Dix May Be Compelled to Make
Statement as Individual, but
Wont Take Place
"?????rat*'? to "The Tribun* 1
Albany. Feb. ?7.-B-lieving that the only
?nay to get William F. Sheehan out et *J*?e
United States ?enatorship contest Is to
force hin) out, anti-Sheehan Democrats are
org;.nlr!ng a ?ystomatlc campaign tor that
purpo*?. The insurgent Demoerats In the
L?gislature at a meeting to-day decided to
'?>}'- part In the campaign by doing what
they could to SWfnf their colleagues now
-rotlng for Sheehati into line against h'.tn.
No effort a-fll be made for a time to cort?
en ? rote the -iiri-Sheeht-n men on any one
Candidats? The ini-'.'rgents will pl?:k off an
orf-anii-atlon" man here and there, as they
can. beginnlnc vl'h upstaters wlv* are
? a I ?-'ring now .
In addition te ?bat, a'ntl.bor-.- Democrat*
OUtaldo the Legidature will undertake a
little ppMlstt* work to eeunteruct ?hat
done by Mr. BhcobOJI and others for him.
It i.- likely that Edward M. tfhepard may
! address a mass me.ttr.5 In Brooklyn on the
i genera! ISenator.'-hip ?dtuatlon with refer
to the Democratic party and It.i po
I '.bical prospects l?i the future. Thomas
' Mott Osborn?: and others will make SpesCD
ss I sving a bearing on the deadlock.
Efforts to get Mr. tsheehan to retire, both
?before and after it became known that Mr.
.1 v-si to take himself out of the
contest haie, failed. Organization Demo
bevo urged him, for his own good as
?a? 11 as that of the party which he ?jsyf
he ha* tened faithfully for a llfe-lnae, to
retire uid obtain that much credit out of
the rnesi. These men *-*i> it is not only
useless, but elmoet impossible, to toil, to
Mr ??"h?<'b.an on the ?jubJect He t* rep?
resented as having virtually an obseysien
. that he ij Hi? 1..ideal and only posdible
candidat- for the SeBetOtShip, that he mud
..? . will be sleeted and that anybody who
at ';-. will be defeated eveOtU?
r'suitaut damage to De>
?? ' ? 'Pin-." and :-lnld. r Indi?
vidual, actuated by deep malice. Bonn of
?n **.ho have tried to taiK ?Pith him
**** ?.?ww? Seep ?e_T?-?t that he ehauM
loot his .isuiil aeeesatS sense of pro?
portion ?tnd that his keen political Jud-r
ni? nt ? ?h'.alu have bees wt-'ped "because of
hie intento a ?r bit Ion to pain the Seoatoi
They fe,-?: tiiat ne u takl**?- the fight
*rraatly to hear? that his health will
Can't Eliminate Sheehar?.
\ urding to Democrats who !.*??<? miked
Besa" Murphy reosstly, hi would
be entire]*.* willing to swing I :a men to
another candidat? ?o-niTrow If be could
eliminate Sheehan He has
- m prou ont 1 amman
. htrusea Of tbs Leglflature that the
npstati ?Dem?crata still vitmg for the esu?
? lik? y to break ewoy at
I i State BMU, it It*, said here,
? ?i,- him ' .....
?? i ?'. legislators in Una moeb lenser,
u >.? ? i, told that the aati ?to
mai la ai I ?Legislator, ara "?oing
k oi thi wabbltng She Ilanltet alto*
1 re'ber ?be <?!iiia?iot?. s? bis sentiments are
ted here, does ne? loci i?.-,-a;< to him
>?:?o?e\?3lt ?o Bight I--H.16 public a
. - iras * fhellenaaj te nee*
S ?ndraw and .. SO%S too veiled hi
fi to "Boss ' Murphy of Tat?- I
1 I ? iff the caucus sbaeklse and let
l < i . - ? lo It worli iQboai
"It bs? been ?.rnp'.v *Jem****Stlatad.** he
.- s .-'?! sa
lmp?*??e|b|lltri ?Hat 'os election would *n??an
nd dlfMatlsfacttofi ii? the part*-,
i. o? Ian?-.? who helped to carrv
? I I "." part to '- i.-'.-r*- 'n 1?10
? ? . ' ? ' ? . , -
The ?? er, arhe o?-p,,?.> htva taai that, the
nrtbiHty for WOb a condition would
??!? lerelp irttb Mr, Iheehaa and those
Udacy. They feel that there
DsmocPStl In the state who
would tot - r-?T?able. and t'nt>y believe that
nemTMtrs Of th? T^eeitlature ?f allowed to
I exerd tl right and dnty to vote un?
it ram "nel'ed by dictation from outside
Ottl >:H i-ttn tteet a man who will bring
.? , - es? to bis party and ?he
d *>? ? fork "
? epststars ?n the Legislature
?omina mom restive each da*. as?
? ? .-??? ay, of Pteubea ?County, and
I ASMmM*>***"ia** Patrie, of Greene, a'-e ex
ted to bolt Bheahaa ten "?.on. leeley
i said >-r.ls*!:t ?bat be ha." nothing SgSlnei
I Mr S! <.-?!,an personally, hm ;-. ??-?.? .,-,,.
i ? i thai ae oboloi Could be r?sched
?Ahile M-. BhSehSS wai In the ?*gh?. ?nd ?
Id be readied verv soon - | ,
| ? of Hie IXmocrauc party.
The withdrawal f Mr. Bhepard has ?n?
eeurased 0?*vern?**i Dix, who sold to-day
; t"-'"*! he arai bop?ful that tht >ltuatiun
! would soon be okersd He feeh thst ?ome.
tbll?S should be ?done tS brim- about (be
m at a United States Sena'or, that
Legislature nasy proceed with *-'???? wtsrli
of en?ctlni the l?iglslati<si promised hy th.
pany i?i it* R?>c*restttr platform, it i.- said
- IhOt "?H be compelled to maki |
StstameSt ??? a?* Individual, ?etillH fonh
w'?._l la. belli SS tO b?-. the prfiner r?inr?-'?
' of action to creak the d.a.?ock.
'? ? ' ??? ? "'?? accon plished ha?
? not yet been deelded, but the Qoeeruor ha*
-rirtB ti'-: natter mueh r*ertoui ?*onsidera.
Hoe during thi laet ft n ????
P?en Under Cona.deretion.
nOSt important jiati BOdei "'i
lion ?.>ui.i release all Demeures*.
fi*oni r otbei pledgee puid provd.?
?or soother ..onferen???? freel]
available senatorial eandldatea
It I? sold that Oovemor Dix has conM
I,, tbS SQUClMSlSII that It Iihs he-', preit.v
o - ,...-tr ?.'-.I flint Mr. ShOOl up
cannoi .? under present eoadltiona
i,..; ?. ? would ?-??" m '" i" hl - duty, m
?r ?. r?. -t -.; ' ; ? - . fully to rc
?t a bompromise osndldajt? may
i ov sgr?*od
It Is not ?I- tir.ltely kn.-*?' that Qo*?S-*lMC
! Dix ii?*? anj ?pedal man li ? feele
,i. ; 'i ni of ??? "??> :' men in
? . Dome ratlc psrty from whom ? candi?
'date could be saleoted without difhcttlty
whowouldieementan tnctiouaoi tht part*
|aad ?allsfoeiwlly rssrtseni th? united
i uaaeeeaey ??f t!'?? state
'iin- Qovernor deeleted smpbsticsllj/ t..
nlght that be bhneelf '.?*. n?.t a candidate
for the ?-ei,a"oi dop, ?sever hau l-e?n and
would not sscapf Ii under an circum
The Oovornor*! declarstlos > ??-. la re
-( a -? to ?r\ Inqulrj i ? r, ?f eie -t
? pompraoBlse candidate?, h? would
AssetTiblv m an t-? ?v balieTSfl the 00*
-????,r. If pUt ! -r..utd a.- I ioiiipr.?ini->e ?an
?J.'dat?. srouM l"e elocied on the iMt ksl St
governor Di?, on hi? return fr<^m .*?...
i'ork is ?dey, ssid ht bad nethlsg t<? add
statement of leal ntg'-it, rshes i.e es?
prcosatl the belief thai "the situation i*
cleerlni ?and ?"'??> ni'?'t "'**' the i^ib j
??tur? ? t "" e - ? ft <-? uit'-r -r.-.'jt fur? !
d irpt** th? 0? ssrnoi
caJled - -.-tt-r-Ja.? f"i a ie ?? mlnut'? I
after t*ht***?*h when the lfnsto?*ehlp *</as
b'iefl- III replj ,?. ,i, inq ,|r ? j
[pi M whether h? had decided that if the
l.egiflsture failed to elect a Senator tve?
fore adjournment he would havs the power
te make an interim appointment ihe Gov?
ernor said lie had be?*n advised that lie
i\ .;ld ha\a no such pow<r anj dad not
1,.ok?>'l the matter up further
Mr. Phepard's withdrawal apparently ?oc?
casioned no surprise at Mr. Sheehan's
headquarters. A statement from there to
?Jay BSys that "for nearly a week past the
retirement of Mr. Shepard has been ex?
pected here. It is now up to the Detno
cratk minority to fall In line with the
majority and elect Mr. Ftr-ehan to the
United ?tafH Renate."
Speaker Frlnhle of the Assembly, In a
statement to-day, declared without found*
tlon the reports that the recent Republican
victories in the town election*. In Bcho
harle County were due io his attitude on
the eenatorshlp situation. He assigned the
change In the political complexion of the
board of supervlnors of the county as due
|f purely local cntise<i.
\ "The question of who shall b? enojen
' T'nited States Senator." said Mr. Frlsble,
I did not affect the result in the !ea?t.
Those who would seek to affect public j
opinion in the senatorshlp by drawing at- |
fmtion to the result in Schoharl?? t'ounty
on Tuei-day Isst a*a leaning upon a broken
In conclusion the speaker prstsod Mr.
To-day's Joint ballot, fo'ilowln?*, tha with?
drawal of Mr. Shepard. was unimportant,
?as no quorum was presen?, except that It
mmked e. further scattering of Insurgent
vote?:. Three new cgadMstea were votad i
i for?Lieutenant Governor Thomas f. Con- I
Iwag, ex-Altorntv ?Jenfral Simon W. ROSSU?
I nul? and Edward M. Orou?. forme.- Con
; troller of New York City.
John D. Keinan, of Uflca. received ten
of the twenty-five Insurgent votes, while
William p. lhasban'a vats totalled nine.
The vote follows: ?
DimocrstB?Sheshan. S| Kernan. 1? , Llttle
rr 4 Balsar, 4J, O'Brien, 2; Glyna. i. Hepr*er,
1; Dougbenj-, 1; Csrtl'l?, !; Simo*? IV. Hi ???".?.
dale. 1. rbomau r. Convia:. 1; tMwgt* M.
HepuMleia \*kpew, *
Total rota cast. 3?.
fSnllSSai from flr.t iiape.
? IfStg, that Mr. Shepard, in spite of his
! frequently admitted devotion to the. Demo? ?
i era'!?1 partv and Us principles, openly \
: threatened to boll the ticket and stump the
1 ?t?te against it uniese Mr. Metz ?tre est
I a.-lile in favor of some Other man.
i have never quite understood wl Mr
SJi.'panl in if?; decided t.. defeat Edward
IM. Grout, th? r?gulai '? ?? i ocratlc candi?
dat? for Mayor of the old city ol Brooklyn.
! be ivii.'-inU red thai In tl a! ?
Ipalgn .Mr. Shepard ran indcpendenily and
? ?-??? i bou l i Ine thou and > itei a
??'?-m aumbar l? ?.? .?omi>il<>}i lha ??ei???.? w
Mr Grout. Mi Bhepiird'a coures at that i
time turned that rlty over to the (teptlbli? ;
ca a, I eaded bj alayoi Wurster
w: at was ? ter -***-111, Mr. ? i
tfom* yoort ? et Ih? ol the greaiei .
elty answer* d tin tlon ?
twin elected Mr. Grout foi Controller, and
urg. d upo.i --V' t, .... i ?epl ,. third
ti. bo ereat had been his servie? ? h
Wny was it In (h< tnpalgi
thai Mr. Shepard, after nominating Mr.
Qsynor for .Mayor, refused to
spe ':??* In the campaign ? . ?
U i?- I't-'h-tp? entirely -.Ithin the rights
of f men who fui'?? to get the support of'
Tammany Hall to abuae it?- leadei
rail .it |t| powsTi bul III SI,eii.ii?; wo?
very glad to a* i epi ?' buppoi ; ?? lien he ;
?- candidate for Mayor In ':?", and I I
(rienda he*.e alnei tbai tim? several times
Bought favora for him from Tamman) Hall.
It la s?*ld??m n?.-ce- .?-.it ; fir m*J "o dw?
? ? ittei I do not believe ip doing
-?? no? Sei perhaps It I ? ary for'
nforn mon f thi Democratic ? ????? -
of the ?ilat?* ot New V?"k fw ii" to Bay :
.'?i- friend Mi William I
Church Chtborv, Mr. .T.'.im D, Crtmmlns, Mr.
i*i. derick *) Allen, Mr William N Dyh?
map. Mi Lee Kolin ??nd othe CMlle? on
m?- to lelioil the auppor! ol Tammanj Hall
m vu inter?s! uf Mr. Shepard's can
for I'tii'"'i St.;..- Senator, Tbft was 1" ,
before Hie |otnl eatwus a is held it Albem
on Janear** If
Incidents at Rochester.
\A er' I tO .jo back further, I n: gbt |
of various Incidents which occurr?
Rochester during the pwlltntnarn of ih?
eta! convention, it ,'.us made ery
there that he a o ij j ha? c been ?? ? i
to receive th? support of Tammany H
?..r. ?,. obtain ri*-" nominsti n <
.?mor sa would Mr. Thomas Mot! ?>?->oni>
' end aevei m othera s be ean nos
much evil In t i Democratic organisation
..f \..? Torh count]
Can any fair Blinded n >r, bellev? lha! If
the .1oiiu '?au.'uf' ol Democrats al Albany '
?". Januar} if h*?d aslaeted Mr. Bhapard oi
Mr Osborne there would hat? been mj
thing but praise from theee eminent gentle?
nan and their friend's for the caucu
tern, 'he method by ?srblch -ill United Btatea
Senators of thle BtSta havi been nominated i
end elected for nearly ons hundred j ?
?Tha men who constitute iht n in
?.. .-i.. into caucus befon January M In or?.
de- t?> eeitct Benator Wagner md Bp? kei
Friable for their reapectlvc places In the
fjfn.'t.e and Asaembly and Fince thai dat*
ifjaln "'in Into raucua to ei?.-c ?t
Elkus .-?- n*-g-m of the ui -?' ?? of th?
wbat reason Juatlfl?*? their action in
, a... caaei and their refusal to eau?
th? senatorshlp? l= it that Mr. Shepard I
end bis friends only >??*nt to play when:
thev are ?un they are ?o win'.' Their
o! Tammany Hall ic beatd* tha
poli it ?.a the old reaon of the loser.
know In their heart?, how uafoun I? 1
ai??"the chargea w!>i<?: th.y mik.? a
?democratic organisation ol New York
If Tamman? were s hal Mi Shepard sug
pe.i?. suralv Samuel J Tilden, Grover
cieveland. William J. Bryan, David B Hill.
: ;... Roawell n 1 Ii s ei.
v." B Parker, r? Cadj Harrlck, William
l? Hearst, J Bl lyveaan! : hauler, join.:
\ Pi\ . nd many other well km 11
i.rat-, l.ncludlas M* Shepard iftn?eir. v.. u?
havi not I ean so ave accepte?
i Certamly Hit presen? Is a ran ?.Tr-inr"
A.i or oui Den ? ratl? frli
ths minority at Mbany Mr Pranda Lyndel
j Btetson. Mr. Shepard and nearly !l
ted In '!?? welfar? of th* Democratic
party, Bpeak of Mr. Pheehon in Btron**
; terms ??f apprehetlen ??? to hla capedtj ?ni
Integi lt?. y? ' th< v i. ?' In d? daring
; that Mr Bheehan, ti-.e candidate of "?
I rty in ?h? .'t3ti-, shall i ot l.? ele.'?,-)
Murphy Fails to Understand.
As h plain, svary-dSj Pemocrat, i ??ennot
understand thai aprl ol logic it strikesI
j tri?? thai *?'?'!?' "f Mr Bheel in'i partv as
I ?toriaif" in tiieir opposition to him 'have
adopte?! tor themselves j paculai tea of
n r. =-?*f ol perfopm etn 1rs. erhti
? plain every day i lemocrat a 11] >i ., it?
I re;,d with much Interest Mr. Bhepard'a
I remarka, which bj Inferen ?, if not r.? <i.
1 rc.-i application, would ?-p.-Hk ?t tin. Drnio
i era I arho voted In th* f-Oln! ? metis ;.? Al?
bany a.i a f-ort ?if 'voting trust." Surely, in
? n',\ Judgment, there would have bee? no
ment as to a ? oting truit" h.-i?l Mr.
, si . ;.,i .) ?,:? one of ?l;? .Hi. ' notable 11
mentioned t'.r the I nit?-?i Btalei Ben?
..i'.r.'.ip bien selected by ?t.i. Join) i ?
? ? ?no! nev, Mai ?? i" r? call t., t ...
* on of such ???-il Informed Demo? rai sa
Mr. Shepard thu* tins sama "voting ti ist
rendered material -'??:? l tu s.imi'i .! Tilden
and Groyer ?Cleveland. William J. i run
and ...i th* Democratic candidates we h?ve
? id lince Ihe ?'Ml War These eminent I
Democrats dW no! apeak "t Tammai
I .i "voUng n - ???." ii baa I v?-?? lafl foi Ml
Shepard 'n ?peak ol th? orgai ia|
tha! i? -i n. i ? ?' ganlsatlofl a hi? noml?
I nated ...r. Bhepstd tor Mayer In UM, the
Organisation to which Mr, Shepard's friwida
appealed, Mr Crlmmlna, M? Osborne, Mr. j
. Al'? n and ethers, fur suppo I o! Mr ?hep
; ..i*i m i;'? candida?*"/ for United Bta. Ben
I ator, and then onl> after h? had failed to
' <?iit.-i n its support f? r his various candida i
Mi Shepard speaks ??'' "!be Integrit; ol
th? party," and I thoroughly agree with
; i.lm. The Igtegrit) ol the Democratic
?<: ?h?' Mate la ?t Make The rule of !
the majority, whteJi ha? bava the rule for
liona, ? .?m...i i.? ? t .? !?!? ..n j lb*
' int? grlti ?-i the party maintained.
M? Pnepard asks, "Haa not tha ?lilemma
been already ?ulBdentl? disastrous' ' Who
dill 'in- ? :
i :i"k : why was it thai th.- mlnotit]
war? irviii -.-?! to remain oal "f the j"int i
?-.j?! : of Demo ruin" Would th*
have been h?t?mlnated to iin-ir places in the
LeglsJeture list] u i?e?n known thai the]
*?-eie tu opposa t ?? randldati ?<* th? Iwm?
?c!a?i?- part] foi 1'i't-ii si.iicr- .s? natoi
nominal? d ;? oordlg to ??? ? I ? pre ?? d<
? . ? tun "i th? Paru ? \\ he Indu? wl
? th?-?-?- gentlemen. I should ?tv.?- t.? n?k, t<?
remain oui of their pad) ? I'icus and for
I what |.iiii"i*e *?-?re th?y ashed la dm p?
Upstate Voraus Tammany.
Mr Bbepard harki I n I is tha ,<n*t te
talk -it Ml Iipgtgtt ! ? DIO ' ??? . ind thi
Tammany Democracy We had sue?oeeeded
.-.ftei -..:.. ot efforl ",. ? ilini up these
dlffareo? -. hii?I in i.rinsl.is 1 r? t*> existence
for the Brei Mu.e tu pian) ?? irs ? Democ
raev In which localby did not count, I
whirl, met it. ability and service to th<
pie nen the standards by which men
l-i be Judged nnd results were to bu an
I kno?v that this, in ts i-.hown b|
?p-eech of Mr. t"hepard in Brooklyn In
last. In whi'h he advocated a revlv
the old alllati. e betw-e.-n the ?ipstat
moeracy and the King.- C?onw D?
racy agatc-t the Democracv of lia "*?*
New York ? ?i>. I? not ut.at Mi. Bh.
would like to ace, but the results o:
lint election proved ?hi wisdom of ou
T',..,,, hurt been In ?he past W
of the por*y whose temporary ?**?'
iras won ?Along the lines set up toy
Bhepard, but '?ich success was riearlv
for 1 v the p-*r?v bv many ?.ears of di?
<.rd defeat Is It for a return to i
?lavs tlet Mr Shepard and bis friend?
The Demoerats of New Jersey. Ohio
diana Missouri, Nebraska and otter st
have elected their United .??ates Sena
and elected them all l y the caucus Biet
and the r.emo<-rats of these ?-tat?-?? arc
oaeding in the work of upbuilding the p
prej r\-at..rv to the catnptlgn of lllz.
lf has been id*? to Mr. fhepat.l ano,
?hiende at Albany to defeat the effort
Strengthen tbo party In our own state
10 bring about fi condition of affair? n
can bring the party again only to di"
II in spit" of S'l the efforts of the fail
Demorrnts of the state Mr Bhepard
his friends succeed in their work ftt set
aside Democratic u?*aae and principle
preventing th. overwhelmlne maiorlt?
the part? from eo**< rnin_. then It is i
?heir shoulders t'c.r.t the responsibility
ensuinr disaster must rest.
N<> 'iierarv ?kill, no finished rnin IlOV
to himself no self-Issued certifie,?..- ...
votlon t<? Democratic t rlnclple. no sop
try of sny kinri nan conceal tront the p
??einoriit?. if (he -tale the tact tha
this fleht Mr Klier-ard is fiahtlns With
mlnetity to rtverthi-ew th? rule of the i
?orilv and to defeat tb? par?v'a nom!
for some rcsson SO un-Araetrioaa and
Dam?V^atic th.? be do? - no? dare ever
Apparently th" ?rlthdrawal of
t*'h'*pard from the race, with the evid
Impression on the part of in*. Me
thst It would also force out Mr. Shoeh
has only made the rauoi? choice in
stubborn than ever 1n ltlc Intentkttl
Stich to his flght.
The Murphy etatgmsnt came OUi
late to get a reply from Mr Shop..
Earlier in the day, in speaking of
?S?natorial eituatlon. he bad sitd: "1
situation has proved enormously .
structlve. The Democratic party 1
lost all the prestige that It gnii*"?l at
last election, apd If an election we?
1)0 held to-doy there could bo n.> dot
Of the result."
Mr. Shepard said that If h-? ?person?
favored any candidate for the Senate
would not deem It wise to name hlin.
"I have ne Idee whom Ute members
the Legislature msy MffM on,H he i
"I do no*, know what effect the wit
drawal of Mr. ohepsrd win ?have up
t enatorlal contest at Albany," s
Mayor Caynor yesterday. "I can or
say that I deplore it* existence. I tie
not say again the very hip!, estim?t!
' evt of Mr Bhepard? I favored biro. I
: States Benstor I.aus? of I
idmlratlon which I have im
had "f his Qualities as s man and as
-, ?. ?o- m of the Brsl order, in I
I'nited sta" - ?Senate he would from t
> ? : lay 1 - - bees ???-?nsplcuous ev.
among tl ?? ablest men In that bod
; ., ' ? i thai le not to tx. Mr. Bhe
aid's public ueefulneso, bowe*
at an ? nd. '? those In <
ti,-,- ?vi... do most for the welfare of tl
Mr. Mm |.?i?' had no comment to ma1
.. leu -r rddreesi d to inn* I
tii iv. Utth ton. ! rceelv?td It I
day," he mid, "??nd it will be tl
all letton are treated thai i. ?
at i ammany HalL Non oi them is i
?i t- belie* ed, re|
v.h?i n..? '??' ? r< pi] at i
but mei ' ' :
DROP SiTeEHAN, THFY SA
Fichar,**) Crokor and W ?T Cor
net-p. Talk a?- Palm Boach.
: '?? * i 'Flngl v ", r onn' re, .
v.... fork, ."nd M?* "r John t Fltsgersj
of Boston ro? together ?. fi *? r
ti ?? . little Chat Na? .
dril I to the Jiew T?rk.fjfi
Mr, Com ' They ought to pu
i. ifi ? ,."..??! . Qrnu . ? Ii ' '? a no
pi i d then i ?nark, d -v ?
ban '-. ' - ? ' dooi ?"?' thing * the | **<***
I t\o\ f .-"? vbv !:?? doesn't v?!i.|!r??
rather than npnlhtl-te the Ken ->rk cu
Dem?crata T.Ms I-. a national ?.?sue, a
as one la which the Mei fort CU
i smocreey is liable to ;>? shaken-"
"Things are coming to s pretty p?u-,
said Mr ?.orner-?, "it We bave got to U
twenty meg dictate, but that Is J.j?? f-.
?ase s '?
Mr ?broker said that of the tWOI ty Wh
wer? ' - ?? en rdstees had ne?e
ted "You mustn't ti-bk that a1
the Ken York Democrats cos bs ?? '??
into line In as Issue of tids. sort unless th
Situation Is thoroughly discussed befor?!
laid" be ?-aid. "That ts j"st .'.hat v. a
not <i.->n" this yi ,
"Bom? thing radle.il has got to b? d-'n
r_ ' sway, ?.t.) Conaera, ' "? p event :
that hi bound to effort the Dem
ocrats m New York I Ity, the state end th
try, and Murphy .-an do thu if be Wil
.; -??i end '?' him drei
tl Mttteel "
MEW BILLS "AT ALBANY
Radical Changes in Method o:
Namir.g Teachers Planned.
Iliv Tsiea-UI . . Trd.itr- 1
ah, ny. Y>\}. p.?Aesamblymas Goldberg
of New Turk, to-night Introduced .-? bil
making radical ebanges in the metl
nominating pile Ipol? ol i boota, beads o
dopsrtments and teachers for sppotatmsni
by th. Bosrd of ESdueatkm in Men \-rv.
At present such nonrinstlons must ...
from th- thrsi peisooe whom nan
highest m the appropriate silgtble data
Under ths am-.?iirn-.-ni tht names -i- .i
be pooped according to ti.?-ir standing.
The lirst group \g to tot the ? M P'T
cent, th ?jecond between Bead M per ??cut
and tb?- third group thorn bsloa v> p??r cent
Momlnatlom must bs ma.*?? from tb? higl .
g-reup bavin-,- Dseessloyed persons and
mum be esssrdlng to the Mm?; of getting
lets tb? ireup,
a Ml) - dseauibljiimn tVsrd, of Ks?
York, voi.i.t inelude among the tl
which aas] oonsUtuts sstortlon, s threst
to kidnap ? person or his relative or to
injure property by the use of exp?o?
Tb- (? ipis'.rnerjt ror this kind ?>f estortion
i.? mad-? imprtaonment f"r not '?--. t?-in ?,\,
faun "r n""?? thee tun
HUPPUCH. P. ?S. COMMISSIONER
Dix Signs His Commiraion-Resipng a*
MriafUM a. Kuppueh,
lly i >i?'n?.i i-.-day m chalrmas ?>t
' ? i ?? ? ?tie Bui . ,,,.,, .-? .,,,!,,.,
i -'< signed bi* comiiii ? ?on ai i ?
the epetsts PuMle Bet -, i
? l- r In ? o b-t.er i.? loun \ MSSOI
of tb,r i oiiii.iltl. , Mr ?|
i; i? ?Aiiii much ragt*" I that i ten? .. ?
tin DemocratI. rttau Conmiitte.
;;?-?<? . ? -.. itlr.n
chairmen I ?. ?i. in ? ii a ol mj ; i
i mini n ?? ?aoall n on. ?? ih. i
<fl.,,,,. , -, rnmlssloni n of i iri, i
to v? i.i.-a i ? . rec?*ntl* ap ?otnt? d bi 11
??rni'i !.i\ tii.it n .?in noi.mi -i
? ? - ltd -? I ?Mil b.
i ? i form foi me to retain tl
"i ....-????... ,.i. t?
I v?iPb ie ? tot thU ? ? ? ? hinlti ..t ?
lue 'h?, ?iiet.ii.it? of th. committee foi th?
m I - I.' i m He ? m, ..m '.? h|
? i lumls i i-'fi ?a as cl Irn an and ?? I
Mble to havr? ? .|i OUI .1" ?>
Resolution Introduced by Assem?
! CITE CASE AGAINST GARDNER
Lower House Adopts Resolution
Against Raising Postal Rates
Illy TOt.rr.-irh ?? Th* Tribune ;
AU-an?. Feh. .T This being the last day
on which resol'itl'TiM ran be Introduced or
called up, that class of business wan IhS
order In the Assembly to-night. One reso?
lution introduced by Assemblyman War?
ren, of N'e-v York, cnllf.1 f?*r another l<*g??
lative Kraft, htrostlgatlnf committee of two
S? natorx and threo Assemblymen to ex?
amine Into the "barges "verified or unvc-rl
Sed against any member of thi* or iny
past i*igletatuia.'' The introducer ?>ai?i
that th? ree^nt c*!?f- asalnst (rfenator
Gardner, in Mew York, furnlfehed *lndLi
put.ibi?. evidence that there remain?, much
to ,:w,?!oy,*. and manv condition?? to rem
adjr." If? said that the limitations placed
about th* Merrlft Invstlgallng committee
restlltsd jn an investigation not thorough?
going, with no proof or disproof of th?
chartes ?if corruptl-m. The resolution wa?
referred to the Ways ari Means i'otnmlt
A resolution by Ass<-?nb'ymar. O'~onnor
psfced the President to call a constitutional
convention for the couEidcratlon of thf
proposition to elect T*nlf??<l States Serators
by direct vote of the people, and another
by Asaemblyinan Cuviuier sailed for a leg?
islative conunlttos to invastlgato ti>? Pub
H?? BsrrlCS commissions. It appropriates
MUM, Governor Dix has already decided
to have the commission? Investigated nx
John N. Carlisle, whos* term aa P'iblle
Servir?* CornniUsionsr upstate Is about to
In *-i?lte of a apSSCh in opposition by Mr.
Merrltt. minority leader, many Republican
Aseen blymen voted with tho Pemucrats I
'? - the ?Walker reeolotlooi dlasjiprovlng ths
Inteiitlon Of POStnustSf General Hitchcock
tu Increase th" postsge on pjMgaglne ad
? r.ibing pac?M ..??sernblyman Walker de
tlargd Hat the pesposed increase would
trlvi manv BWgastnai from the rt?r-l<]. and
? Meg put out of buiiness many plants
fing large numbers of people. The
resolution ?ama adopted by a vote of 102 to s
Mi-, Merritt deelated that, in view of the|
fact that lionif of these magazines get
8i7,of?<t f'.'r a p.'ige sdvertleeineat on the
bad 'ind pd.'Seg for th" middle pages, there,
wasn t en much room for ay mita thy even
if they ?lid bars to pay a little more to
support 'i". gov?arnmant
Ti s aasen-My oarfonetosily passed the
Br*oekS r,taotUttOtm ?ailing or, Congress to
Sdopl 8 constitutional u:ncndm-*nt provtd
tog thai tha PrssMenl of the United states
ted *ot s sit-y??r term, and that he
?*un only et.* one term A viva voce rote t
??.,is taken, Jiid wMI? tiii "rocs'' sounded j
8 Ion?! as tha "ayes" Speaker Frlsbls
declsrod tha resolution adortc?!, ami no one'
a k?"i for a rollcaU.
Thi income ta\ r-solution na.?, not called j
up te-nlght, and is a result the action of ;
litre Assenting on if v/11! have to he dff.'rrM
until after it comes o*.er from the Senate.
DEMOCRATS LAY ASIDE BILL
It. Would Saddle E.pense of In?
vestigations on Comities.
1 ?? igrspt te Tl ' r.ii-'inc.i
Albany, Feb. ft,?i-iecaus.* they lackedI
the ?on-, t'. pass it. the Dsmocrel to
nigh! v.- f'l-.'.i t y lay a*=ide the bin pro?
viding t!?:i? \if,. re ?deputies era dsaignsted
in futur* !' lb* Attorney Geaeral'a ofltoa
. ? '? iiteged Crimea m eountU 1
? p.'. h?ll pay ?he rxp'-ns of flip |
laveatlgati ? flenstifi Biacltett i>rocested 1
the measure vigorously, caving 111
?vas an attempt t.- shift ths expone?
Senator 1 toses eh, lasur?
gi ni l" ".? .- ' -i H srotild irarh a great
n ? ?? ' est ol 1 tutela at County,
m lave Ugatlon of conditions at Mai
.under nay That area an in?
.linn Of Mit'e offl'-ers by ?-ta'e offl i
a Bald, an?! the atate should bear the
? , ablch wi'ii'i not be the ease If
).. une law.
nator orady made * plea for the, Desas?
ta stand togetlier 'to hold up the
i. QovernOT and help him work
.?ut th ' B malee lo ??-??Ich he i?, commit
He did not dare have a vote on the meas- '
uro for fear soma Dsmociato, voting with!
RepubUesni agalasl -t. wojij kill it.
"BIG TIM" REPUDIATES BILL i
Says Bribery Measure Was;
[Bj rnlsgrapli te The irlboae.]
Ubanv, Feb. tl ?B?eeanea of **onstdera?
ble criticism of .i bill bearing hi?, mime,
riiii Tim" BulUeas ??'-r.ic'it re
?'1 it. It :??, one of tho bills advocat?
ed by th> Iferritt graft h'tntlm- .-..mmis
-i. n. but, aa framed, i? is held by the Ott
8sna Union and othera to mahe bribery of I
..(!?-i.ii- impossible of proof in*'- id
of preventtog It ahlch hi the ostonsi >u ?
purpof' of the resssure The Mil provides
?aa? arhea s briba 1- offered to a i-nisiutor
he must report It Immediately. Senator
Sullivan ha?i ooosldstable ?Uflfcultj? t?>-night
m treeing hie system of what it contain?-!
ebost thi- measure, but flaelly did tt as
"i h??id m ms h.?nd u. bin purporting i"
be Introdoesd by Fenator t D. Bulllvsn.
Now, 1 have ?-"? to tefl ebon! thai MIF-not
every! ilng, 'vit enougfe *?> as jrou'll know
arbora 1 ataad. There eras a Mg batoh of
bills drawn up by the legislative invcrtl
BemnlttoSi and they aera hamled -.?
me to put m. ii.in.; an uusopblstoeated
: outh ami new at thai bustaesa i 1 ut them
?ii in without, looking at them. Tbla guid
brick tesa one. but I did nut know a thing
Sboul it until I w?*k'? up the Other morning
and -aw In h I! tl? papers that l ha?l ?ntro
.',' ec,| ?t 1.111 to m;ilte hrlberv OOSf.
"Hem, than ?alb be ? mastaag sf tha
committee to-morruw. and f want the folk
tnat 'eft this child or, my doorstep to come
sad Identify the offspring in iw en hand.
sad if ihsy don't tre-.k up in ehup its
1 ? 1.1 ?.?fr mi aeff "
? ? Assembly cenuntttos Immediately
silled lb ama Mil bttradueed In I 11
SCHOOLGIRL DIF?S FROM WOUND
Shot Herself Because Eyesight Failed,
She Told Hospital Attendants.
?fnglsweodi v J., beb. If.??Lena 'Jeb
1 1 ? .-ni??en year.? old, who eras B
member of tin class ableh win grad?ate
from '?? ' ?'""! ii'i'c in Jun?- und who
liv.i nt Bergen Plslda died to?day el the
Bngtosraod H".*i'itai from ? iii-t ?.
. iii'ti.vl was 8?if-!tilll. led.
.-.. 1 rt.i begun to worry bereuee I r vo*
aighl bad wl bssn good aad area getting
poorer under tha .-tiaiu of bar! study. Her
rrtends thooghl tie ehootlag might have
been seetdental bol ta the hospital ths -ui
admitted It ?sr*aa her earn set, the sttend
si 1 *
?m. t. |v.v ? tara 1 wks ??so g|
1 . - : :. mi. la B* rg? a fb I la Tiie bul?
? i? 1 tl a lefi mas at. Tl ? ..i ?
broughl here, ?ni it ???a.' though! foi a 1 ma
? 11 r* ???
*> ... _
Two Pine Aulomobiles
Four H?gh Grad? Pla/er Pianos
Three Sets of Handsome Furniture
and s thousand other valuable prize-,
will he a.varded in the Tribune's Great
Proverb Contes?, just beginning. 9tt
larqe announcement on another paqe.
moer hits muohiy
Criticises Do-Nothing Character
of Session Thus Far.
GRADY MEEKLY REPLIES
j Senate Adopts Resolution Asking
Taft to Gall Session for Im?
mediate Tariff Revision.
fBv Te!?sirr.aeh ?o Th? Ti-lfjure.t
Albany, Feb. 27.-By a strict party vote
the Senate to-night adopted Assemblyman
Cuvilller'e resolution asking President Taft
to call nn extra nesslon of Congress for
the Immediate revision of the Payne-Ald
rlch tariff. The Democrats mustere?! ex?
actly the requisite ?wentv-six votes for It.
Discussion of this reiolution ?rave to Ren?
ato? Wracket*., minority leader, an oppor?
tunity to criticise th? .?.?luabbling, fruitless.
di -nothing charncter of the legislative ses?
sion so far. He suggested that the Demo?
crats in this Legislature mind their own
business and do some real business, rather
than Interfere, with the national legislature
and the tariff. The lest retort the major?
ity could make?voiced, by the way, by
Senator Gtady, who wat-, thrown QOt of
the lead'rshlp In a moment of Democratic
"pandering to the moral element ' in the
corr.munlty?was tnat, while the Democrats :
hadn't managed their LegMatnra very well, j
they badal done anv worse than the Re?
publicans frequently did.
"We ar?* sitneasing now an exhibition of
party inconipetency the. like of which has
not been seen la a generation," declared
Senator Braekett, addressing the Demo?
crats. "You all know it. and some of you
admit it, privately. You have gone so far
? 3 to call on the Governor pf the -?t?te to
#ave you from yoi.rs-.lve?. You have real
i_.?d Into what a eiough -.ou have fallen
atid have Implored the Governor to help
yen When impartial history comes to be
written. It Wffl not be held against the
executive that he declined IS attempt or I
assume the roll of party dictator. Yet j
your great party journals, recognizing your
Incompetence to elect a Senator even after
you have caUOUOOd and select-id a candi?
date, are calling on the Governor to in?
dic?is his choice, so that a Senator, some
hSSr, may be elected. PrOOOtttty POS *?'IU
l-?o ealllng, after the fashion of old, for the
rocks to fail on you and hide you.
"There are great problems confronting
this Legislature, if you, the. respondo!?- ;
majority, were to attempt to solve some of
the questions, pressing here, would It not
be more tn keeping wi?h the buslnesa o*
the legislature of the State of Ken York
than to wsnder a'leld thus? When the
time sfttnoa when you can say you have
done something end done it well it will be
time to adtiss the ?Pr?sidant and Ceugmas
on the -solution of a purely national
problem. Until then wo of the minority
think It behoove? you to be very modest."
Turning bis attention to ti-,?? tariff issue
for a moment. Senator Bra-kett said h?"
expected the 'craze" for free trad?; to dl?
out eome time. It B?gtlt I??- necessary first
for the country to undergo ?ome measure
of free trade. That would produce "f'ich
a cyclone of distraes a*"d business distur'*
snoe that roa will think any previous
panic lust ? gentle June zephyr."
Benstor Orady declared that be didn't
iiko resolutions of this character m a
SteedT di?*'. but ?jeesSthnee they became
Becessary. Turning his attention to Sen?
ator Bracket?., h? reminded him of the time
when be and Senator Ifalby, "the smallest
'.and of InsorajentS on record." by convert
Ing another Senator manesed to put Sen* :
atcr Stranaban, the icepubiiean leader,
'Into ttie bag" on the Issue of biennial ;
sessions, which the two insurgent*? op-1
CALLS ANTI-TOXINS SHAMS j
London Surgeon Lectures Before
Foes of Vivisection.
Dr Herbert Snow, for twentjMtinc ye."-rf
surgeon to the London '"-neer Hospital,
delivered a lecture before th?* Antl-Vivisec?
tion Society, et Berkeley LyOSSm, last
night. Dr. Snow brought o'Jt the different
effect:- of certain poisons on men and ani?
m?le, He cited several ssamplee of the
Influenes Of t-al? both upon human being?!
According to the i?tUTST, salt kills
chlekenf?, atid while prusstc acid promptly
kills men and elephants, yet horses and
hyenss take it with impunity. Rabbits eat
?belladonna, goats are fond of the tobacco
plan? and nlso of conbim. A grain of
morphhte w?ll kill 0 man, and a pigeon
will take twelve grains without apparent
effSet. All of which Dr. f-now said, went
to show tho mischievous character of drug
experiments or? animals.
"All vivisection triumphs, without excep?
tion, are simply bubbles saetty pricked by
any one who takes the trouble to Investl
gat? All serum? end anti-toxins are more '
or less Bbsma They -?ail under false LOlSTB
and nr? not what they pretend to be. i
They profess to be tho serum of the horse, i
or sometimes of other animals. That !
serum could not be kept more than two or
three ?lays Without becoming putrid. So
al! scrums have to he adulterated with a
Dr. Snow ?-ondemned diphtheria anti?
toxin, the use of tetanus serum, the
Pasteur treatment for hydrophobia tmd
antl-venene, the remedy for ??nake bite*.
He added that cancer research as it stands
now t.- the reductio ad absurdum Of the
whole ?yetO'B* of :.dng animal exnorlmen
He also condemned certain forms of
?meetheels as having been responsible for
many death?- Much of his lecture was
devoted to cruelties alleged to have been
practised on both human beings and
beast", most of the instances being of a
CUTS A $10,000.000 "MELON"
Scars, Roebuck & Co. Declares Stock
Dividend of 33 1-3 Per Cent.
A melon In the shape of a stock dividend
of "?a id p,?r >-.?nt was cot by the directors
of Basis, R.*-ebuck & Co. yesterday. The
dividend Is payable April 1 to stockholders
of record March 1">.
Tho "melon cuttln-." was made possible
by nn lacrosse of nfcMMN la h??? common
Stock, from PMSMH to I'O.O?o.ooi*. author
ssd b] Uta ?-i.-ckholder.? at the annual
meeting held here just before the directors'
?lean, Rot ?tuck & ?'<>. is one of the Isrgsst
retell msll ordsr houses in the country. Its
Kros> earnings wer?? so huge the company
was snablsd tS Increase tht dividend on its
common stock from .?j to : (?-,- ,?,.lU a
year. The hasdgiiarters <>f the oomiissj are
in Cbic.-iKO, nut It iras lncotporated under
?va of ihls state, and that is why the
annual lasting*, am beM here. The com?
pany bSS no bonded debt In addition to
the PMtMtS OOmmSB itock, there Is IMMl?
?a?; i p.r cent prsbftSd stock outstanding.
JURY DISAGREES IN DOG CASE.
After a trial before ?? lodge and buy
them la ? prim winning It pwuerd dog
Which doesn't kin.* Its nsstsr or lt> name.
John Stokes, owner ?>t tho RtdgeOoM Kan
aid that the st Bernard belonged to
bun and WSS BUHOU. IfontShSfS <?. Kahn
and Mr and Mi> I.??.. Hvrnan, the piccnt
euatodlans of the annual, dsolersl that
n Um Iswfui ownera The piaintitr
aid thai l|,e do? ?vas ( .- DukS Of RldSO
Utd the defeini?n,,, ?at,?* ??.?i gguti
Certainty ?hat It WSS BkWOOd Monarch.
El ? mimai didn't s?.?em t,. ,?aie whether he
duke or a monarch pa long aa he
? d deep in the w/rm courtroom. The
jurj disagreed yeaterday, n for ? while it
I ill be r.lk-vod Mona---?,
Telegraphed Husband Before
Bringing Smith Charges.
DENIES MOTIVE OF REVENGE
Will Not Say if She or Another
Woman Was Insulted?Only
Four Know the Truth.
f fly T<?Urraph to Th? Tr:b?jr.- |
Philadelphia. Feb T, Mr?. Georg? Bar?
nett, who8?s hufbatid. Lieutenant <'olon#I
Birnen, of the Marine ' orps, is stationed
ot the Philadelphia Na.y Yard, scorr.-l t ?
day s suggestion that rhe was aetuatsd h??
o deilre for revenge alien she Usufled
ai/aln?.t Captain Guy It B. Smith, r?o<?ntl
dlsmlss?.'d from fhe arm} after a t*r..
'?".???lain Smith Insulte?* the wife o( s
?cllo'v officer." she said, "and thtrrfof?
he ?area put out of the eenlce. I ?JscUjm
to give tha name of the woman ?he *n
Insulted, but I will say that us f-r si th?.
scandalous features of the case are con?
cerned they have been gr*ose!y exaggerates]
C?ptala Smith'? offence tras 4 OtfBOM gf
hi? position .if an officer and ? gentleman "
Mrs. Dstnetl would not acknowiedgs ky.
day that she was the woman whom Cog
tain Smith insulted on *n army trans**"-?**
comir,?* from the Fa?* East. ?She said onl?
four persone in the world Knew th? detail??
or the case, and thit they had been sworn
tg oeSM f. She would not say that or.? of
the other three was not a woman.
"It Is ridti'tilous to My that I was raoved
by revenge to give the Information I did
against ?aptaln Smith." she said, "f never
m*t him before the time that T embarked
on ths transport. I never saw hlrn in fry
life, and I hop? that I never ?hall igsUn
The thing that happened on ths boat was
k?pt aa ?-lulet as possible, and Captain
Smith was not put under arrest, as ivs
been reported, until we reached Und.
"When ?re arrived at Hong Kong I cab!?!
to my husband, who was In China, to bag
him what I should do about it. He cable?*
back to me to do my duty and think of
the good of the service. I have followed
out hi*? instructions from th? first, ?nd tha?
of two officers of the army in the West
who told me that it was my duty to pre
fer charges against the man.
"The complaint -va?, brought, !n the first
place, on my charge, by the captain of t*.?
transpon on srhleb *?'o were sallint,* ?V
the time the affair took place. After *Mk
had arrived at San Praaefses he and an
other officer came to me and asked me to
repeat my charges. Once this was done
the matter parsed out of my hands and
Into that of the military authorities "
A local afternoon paper to.day pr'.ntM
an alleged Interview with Mrs. Barnett, In
which she was quoted as admitting that
she herself was the woman insulted b?
C'ap'aln Smith. When asked about thi?.
story, however, Mr- Barnett refused te
affirm or deny the truth of this Interview
AN EMERSON CROSS BILL
Expected to Resalt from Divorce Soft
'h fMastasn '??> ^ ' ~
Baltimore, Ke\ 17-Attorney.?- represent
lip Mrs. Kartelle A. EnMSSOa, wife of Cap?
tain Isaac Bmsrssa, Sled thsfe appearsase
wi'h the clerk of the Circuit Court to-day
aa repreientlnij lira Emerson in her ex
pet ted answer to Emerson's p?tition fot
divorce. They have twenty ?laya in s ?
to tile easwer to the bill and It is expected
that a cross bill v.Ill be died within tha?
Mr Bryan, of counsel for Mr?. Erne
has intimated all at? n| that Mr?. F'
would mako a strong defe,nee to her lius
band's suit. T'nllke the ?erition filed b*'
Captain Kmerson, whleb WSS faksn pot
session of bv tiie eourt h- eoon as Bled *j??J
tbUS kept from the newspapers, the ES
esrer of lira Bbkmsou la expected to be
filed openly In order thai the pubM? may
know h?*r al<" ? "f th* e??>*?.
? ? o
ARIZONA CONSTITUTIONAL VOTE.
Phoenix. Ariz., Feb. 27. By an 3ffir?r,aU?"?
vote of more than ?lfj per cent of *h*
total, the proposed tmnsUtutlOB of Ai
was ratified at the recent election. The pi*
flelal canvaoa sraa completed to-day nn*
or if M| ?rotea east 12.117 irere in tarer of
the conatttntlon, aith 1.828 agalns! ft.
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