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THE WASHINGTON "HERALD. TUESDAY, MARCH 4. 1913.
Coutlaned from Paa-e One.
Following this presentation, another
supnse was sprung when fapeaKer iarK,
!n tb name of all members of tho
Home, presented Representative-elect
Charles R. CrisD of Georela. who will be
House narllmentarlan as lone as tha
Sixty-second Congress exists, with an
exceptionally handsome silver fruit dish
and tray. Judge Crisp, as he is famil
iarly known, was taken completely by
surprise b- the presentation, but Major
ity Leader Underwood, who was In the
chair, recognized "the gentleman from
Georgia1 and Crisp came up to scratch
with a rattling good pre-malden effort, a
brand which is almost without precedent
in the House
The Senate, although still a Repub
lican bod. felt a touch of the will of
the President-elect last night, and In
consequence the employers' liability
and workmen s compensation bill,
which passed the Senate last session,
was passed in the House Sunday night
with amendments and agreed to In
conference jesterday, waa permitted to
die a natural death When the con
ference report was brought In the
Senate conferees, accepting all House
amendments. Senator Hoke Smith an
nounced that he would filibuster
agcinst the measure If it should be
Senator Sutherland immediately an
nomced that he would not press It.
and the bill was killed. The action of
Senator Smith was brought about h
the hitter's knowledge thaf President
elect Wilson opposed the measure.
A final attempt to clear the wa lor an
agreement upon the natal bill failed a
little after midnight, when the House.
In oting upon a partial agreement on
the bill, refused. b a Aote of 168 to
1M, to agree to the Senate amendment
providing for two battleships
Chairman Padgett, of the Houe con
ferees, fought all da against again
bringing the matter before the House,
but Senator Penrose Insisted that there
would be no further discussion of the
bill until the House had been given
further opportunit to ote on the ques
tion. Padgett flnallv gae in and
out on a roll call vote Majority Leader
Underwood led the debate agaln't agree
ing to the two-battleship amendment of
the Senate The bill returned to con
ference, where it Is predicted it will re
main District nill. Prnd.
Plans were pending earl this morning
for the passage in the closing hour of
two important pieces of District legisla
tionthe Pete-s bill limiting the employ
ment of female-- in the Wstrit-t to eight
hours a daj exctpt for domestic and
the Kens on "red l'Kht bill which his
been on the House calendar for two
As a result of the unyielding attitude
assumed b Senators lodge. Root, Kern
and others in the senate on the pork
barrel" public buildings bill, the House
conferees nnall klded enough groand
to procure an agreement with the Sen
ate managers a little before midnight,
the agreement gliing the District one
large item. JlSooouO for the condemnitlon
of land ljing along both sidis of Rock
Creek between Potomac and RikK Creek
p-irks This item is trimmed from JW.
CO All other District items and the
J3,rtoooo item for the New York court
house site, go bj th- board under the
conference agreement Preiousl the
conferees had reached a partial agree
ment, leaving out the District Items and
the large New York Item but the Sen
ate refused to a-cept a partial agree
ment. It is b no means ceriain that the
Senate will accept the full agreement
reached b the conferees
MaJ. Ila Loses.
After iwo lensth executive sessions
lasting In all more thai foi r hours.
frinds of Maj Beecher Ra pave up
the ight to obtain a confirmation of
lus promotion to he lieutenant colonel
Maj Rav thesenior n Jor of the pav
trps cf Vn annv, wa-. ccrcerned in
an arm scit dal involving the name of
the wife in a thill in subordinate The
iiffaii wis huhtd hv the ai Depirt
rient Oatenslblj to pro-ect the name of
the woman in the case The cae was
the subj-t of H Congres'ioin! invtstiga
lior I t&t sesFion when Secretarv of
Av ir Mlnison and ranki-g aimv olflcera
refused to trn over to the ( ommittee
on Li"ndit ire-, in Ihe War Deoartmcnt
the japers in the cise.
After awaiting for some time the re
sult of the investigation. President Taft
sent the name of MaJ Ray up for pro
motion Senator Pomerene was success
ful last night in his fignt against the
confirmation, and the probabilities are
now that Maj Rav will be retired as a
major in order to rrevent further block
ading of the line of promotion In hi:
A lone filibuster bj Senator 1-all of New
Mexico against the acceptance by the
Senate of the conference report on the
Indian appropriation bill opened the pos
sibility at an early hour this morning
tnat this bill, with the "pork barrel
public buildings measure, would fall of
An agreement was reached on the
Agricultural appropriation hill late In the
evening. Senator Root withdrawing his
opposition to ine amendment which em
todied the McLean migratory birds Dill.
Much Interest was displaved at the
Capitol over the probable fate at the
hands of the President of the Sulzer
Horali bill, creating a new executive
department of labor President-elect
Wilson, legislators have been given to
understand, has planned. In framing his
Cabinet, for this new position, but the
tardiness of Mr. Taft in acting upon It
and sundry more or less authentic bits
of Information on the subject. Indicated
that the President may decide to veto
the bill or let it die without his signature.
Representative W. B. Wilson of Penn
sylvania, chairman of the Labor Com
mittee, who retires with this Congress,
has been selected for the post. If It Is
created. It is understood
Of this the members of the House
are so certain that in granting time to
srak last night on the seamen s bill
hpsaker Clark referred to the Penn
sylvania member as 'the Secretary of
At midnight the Senate ugreed to the
compromise report on the post-office ap
propriation bill, providing for the ex
penditure of more than J2S3 OOO.OfiO This
is nomlnall) the largest of the great sup
pi bills of the national budget, but as
the Post-offlce Department is practical
ly self-supporting, the appropriation is
In reality compensator. It Is the larg
est appropriation in the history of the
At an early this morning the confer
ence report on the sundry civil bill was
reached, and was being discussed In the
House. The House previously had agreed
to a $500,000 appropriation for the gov
ernment exhibit at the Panama Exposi
tion in San Francisco
mates. It is S00.U In excess of the bill
first .reported out by the Appropriations
Committee. All the Important legisla
tion tacked on the bill In the Senate la
carried along, including the compromise
Jones-Works excise bill, the Galllngsr
public utilities bill, and the La Follette
Up to ID o'clock last .night Indica
tions were made that at least two of the
great appropriation bills would not be
passed at this session the "pork barrel"
public buildings bill, carrying between
13.000,000 and W5.0OO.00O. and the naval
bill, which, aside from the battleship
construction programme carries approxi
On neither of these bills had the con
ferees reached a full agreement: on the
naval bill the House conferees refused to
report In a partial agreement and permit
a second1 vote on the battleship question,
and In the public building bill the Senate
refused to accept a partial agreement,
sending the entire measure back to con
ference. In this case the latter measure the con
ferees reported agreement on all except
five Items, a S3.000.OGo site for a court
house in New York, a J1.S0O.000 memorial
bridge over the Potomac River to Arling
ton, a Jt5O0.O0O Rock Creek Park Im
provement project.' and Senator Root's
iiOOOOO item for the construction of a
memorial building to women nurses of
the civil war.
Assay Offices Eliminated.
The House conferees made no demand
upon the Senate managers to decrease
In any way "pork" Items In the bill, but
refused steadfastly to ask the House to
sccept anything that might be of Interest
to the general public, but of no direct
Advantage to either body.
While the legislative bill, carrying
about $33,000,000. had not been agreed to be
cause of a fight in the Senate over the
POLICE ARE HUNTING
Score of ReqaetbAre Made to De
partment to Fia3 the.
VALUABLES REPORTED LOST
Score of requests to find missing per
sons were .made to the police -yesterday
s the result of the separation of wives
and husbands, parents and children, hosts
and -visitors and others In the mammoth
crowds which Jammed the downtown
thoroughfares during the procession of
the advocates for equal, votes.
Except In a few cases the missing were
found and the -police search was stopped
Eight persons were still missing at mid
night, according to the police record. Ev
ery effort Is being made by uniformed po
lice and detectives to locate these persons.
James R. Hewett, of Silver Spring, Md..
was separated from his wife while view
ing tho procession, at Pennsylvania Ave
nue and Sixth Street After a fruitless
quest for Mrs. Hewett the husband asked
the police to locate her.
John Alfrlend. fifteen years old. who Is
visiting friends at 3030 P Street North
west was separated from a party of
friends and relatives In the crowd and Is
Still mlaaine Th l.lri ftt n ntrnnirF fn
CaUSO Ul "bMl .--. ... K.w . - raw- --.
elimination In the House bill of assay I the city, but those who notified the po-
DBTEICT BUI GOES
TO PBESIDENT TAFT
Carrying appropriations totaling $11.
3S5.99S, the District budget was agreed to
in both Houses esterday, and will be
signed by the President some time before
coon this morning.
The conference agreement both as to
the excise amendment and other features,
as reported fully In The Herald yester
day morning, was adopted 'by both
Houses without discussion
As It finally goes to tha President, the
bill carries only $1,342,739 less than the
total asked In tus Commissioners- esU-
offices at Carson. Cit. Nev.; Helena,
Mont, Boise City. Idaho. Salt Lake City.
Utah. Charlotte. N C. and Deadwood,
N Dak . indications pointed to a compro
mise and the final acceptance of tha
The rivers and harbors. $31,000,000; Dis
trict of Columbia. $ll,O,00O: tho Army
bill. $34,000,000. Diplomatic bill. $3,600,000:
Post-office. $125.000 000 (approximate);
Agricultural. $18,253,000. Mllltarj Academy.
Jl.OOrtOOO, Pension. $1S0.000.000. General
Deficiency. $25,000,000 (approximate). Sun
dr) Civil. J115 0000CO (approximate), either
were awaiting the Presidents signature
or seemed promised acceptance before
The fortifications bill, carrjing approx
imately $3 000 000. already has been ap
proved by the President Conferees have
agreed to the Indian bill, despite
threatened filibuster In the Senate by
Fall of New Mexico, It seemed assured
PIONEERS WERE IN LINE.
ElKhl iinrtiRlata Had an ABsrrennte
Vte of fl'.'U tears.
The Division of Pioneers in the suffrage
parade was in two sections, the Early
Pioneers and the Later Pioneers.
The aggregate age of the eight Early
Pioneers amounts to SIS ears. Mrs Uel
va A Lockwood. in her eighty-third jear.
was the first woman to be admitted to
practice before the Supreme Court of the
United States, and is the foremost advo
cate of the peace movement in this
country, having been a delegate to for
eign countries in that Interest seven
times Mrs Mary S Lockwood is a
writer, and at the present time the D.
A It official for the District of Co
lumbia Miss Emily Howland. cighty
ecven v ears of age. was the first woman
appointed a bank director, and still oc
cupies the position In the First National
Uank. of Aurora. N Y. Mrs U. V.
Walte wife of Judge Waite. of Chicago
and Denver, eightv-four vears of age,
began suffrage work with Susan B.
Anthonv, Marj A I.lvermore and tnxa-
beth Cad Stanton She and her hus
band were instrumental in establishes
the tirst law for the improvement of the
propert rights of women in the State
of Illinois that the woman should sign
a eed to the propert Jointly with the
husband Mrs Emily Lee Ragan was
a writer nf hooks and a Journalist Mrs.
Ellen Titian Urockwa was charter
member and president of the Brookln
Club, whlc-ti was the third woman s club
organized in the United States
The skin of a black fox Is worth
from $" to $10, and the animals are
now being raised In captivity to sup
pi the demand for their pelts.
lice of his disappearance s.ii they be
lieve he can take care of hl-nself
Mrs. L. B. Purnell. sixty-five cars old.
also Is missing She has been stopping
with a Mrs Merrlman, In the Rocham
beau Leroy Redman, two years old. of 323
Virginia Avenue Northwest was separ
ated from his parents In the crov-ds. and
is being sought by the police. No trace
of the child has been found, although a
general lookout for him was sent out by
Aaron Goldstein, of 1030 North Capitol
Street asked the police to locate his slx-
ear-old son The lad wore a gray coat
and soft hat whea he was separated
from his father.
Mary Moore, sixteen veara old. Is miss
ing from her home at 1330 Four-and-a-half
Street Southwest The girl is five
feet five inches tall and weighs about 140
pounds When she disappeared sho wore
a Illllle Burka hat purple waist, and
Officials of the Florence Crittenton
Home has asked the police to find Sadie
Colbert seventeen years old. and Mar
Ellis, eighteen jears old. The girls wero
living at the home and left yesterday
morning They gave no Intimation of
departing, and apprehension for their
safety is entertained
Mamr ! Articles.
Exidenco of the disorder and near
rlotlng attending the march of the wom
en crusaders for votes jesterday Is found
In the lists of lost and found propert
reported to the police.
In Pennsylvania Avenue tho police
found scores of battered hats, broken
canes, umbrellas, gloves, necktie", wom
en's scarfs, and wearing apparel of al
most every description Most of the ar
ticles had been trampled and ruined.
Onl the articles of value were reported.
In struggling with spectators, who In
sisted on blocking the line of march.
Policeman N. W. Jones, of the Tenth
precinct, snd Foliceman J I Hicks, of
the First precinct lost their badges.
Mrs Philip Herzog. of 17tO Oregon
Avenue. Northwest, lost a black leather
handbag containing two purses, money
and cards The White House police
found a woman's black mink neckpiece
near one of the entrances to the Execu
Police of the First precinct found the
following list of lost articles. One music
case, one child's fur muff, one handbag
containing mone. card and papers, one
silver hatpin, one black fur muff, one
silver mesh bag containing money and
kes. Police of the Eighth precinct are
awaiting a claimant for a brown fur
neckpiece found In the street
Continued. from Paste One,
badly hurt. Suffering, from cuts and
bruises of -the face, shoulders. Knees,
and elbows. '
Nathaniel Pekopsky. twenty-two years
old. ot uw u Bireet nonawni,
and cut Not seriously hurt.
Escapes Brlns; Made.
Joseph Mayer, thirty-six years old. of
226 Eleventh Street Southwest who wore
a cork leg; and bis three-year-old son.
Joseph Mayer, Jr., narrowly escaped be
ing killed. The father was knocked
down, and his cork leg, was crushed. He
escaped Injury except for bruises and
cuts The lad was trampled and pain
fully hurt The child's scalp is lacerated
and his body is cut and bruised.
Rioting was narrowly averted when a
woman marcher was dragged, from the
ranks, kissed and otherwise maltreated
by a score of Intoxicated soldiers before
a group of angry citizens could Interfere
and rescue the suffragist
Flying fists, hats, canes and umbrellas
attracted the attention of the police and
Fort Myer troopers and they charged the
mob of fighters, separating them and
forcing them to flee In the crowd. In
the excitement the woman escaped and
her namo was not ascertained Efforts
to Identity the command of the soldiers
also were fruitless.
Extra Cots Installed.
Dr. Harry S. I-ewis. superintendent of
Emergency Hospital, foresaw the casual
tics of the day and installed twenty-five
extra arm field service cots In the
rooms not supplied with beds. Both
ambulances, an auto and a horse-drawn
vehicle, were put Into service.
Patients were received so rapidly that
Superintendent Lewis. Dr Arthur Zlnk
ham, resident physician. Dr. George
Eoyce and Dr. Benjamin New house, in
terenes. and Dr. Rifter, exterene. w erf
pressed into ambulance service The ser
vice was hampered by the failure of the
police to open a path for emergency
traffic at the chief thoroughfares lead
ing from the hospital
The onl street open was Fifteenth
Street and this was blocked by a Red
Cross ambulance, the driver of which re
fused to move so that the Emergcncv
Itorpltal ambulance could drive into
Pennsylvania Avenue. Dr. Lewis, who
was In charge of the Emergency ambu
lance, ordered the driver to force a path
on one occasion as the call was urgent
Tho wheel guard of the electric vehicle
as torn off.
Dr. Arthur M Zlnkham. resident phy
sician of Emergency Hospital., bad to
use his wits and fists In order to re
move, a patient In an ambulance from
the Raleigh Hotel to the hospital while (
the suffrage parado was passing througn
Penns)lvanla Avenue I
An unidentified man. clad in a sum
hat. frock coat and cane, and represent
ing himself to be a congressman. ,
Jumped on the ambulance step and or-1
dered the driver to stop "You cant
go through this parade, shouted the '
Dr. Zlnkham exhibited his police badge
The stranger refused, and Dr. Zlnkham
started to work The silk hat went one
wa, Its wearer another.
'I k An XL &H&
v $i? 0J5fA rx ltor yrr
An automobile chapel car Is to be
used b) Catholic missionaries of the
Middle West for traveling In remote
sections where the railways are few.
RAIDS TICKLER DEPOT.
Five Thousand of Them Confiscated
1) the Police.
Julian Blelaski. manager of the Cosmos
Theater, a member cf the publle order
committee, and vested with special poll e
authorit. raided a store at 607 D Stret
Northwe't last night, and confiscated
more than S ( ticklers "
In the excitement of the raid the man
selling the "ticklerp escaped and his
identity has not been learned Tl c ' tick-
lers' were loaded Into a touring ar and j
removed to the First precinct st itlon
The bundles of -ticklers" were plied Into
the auto as high as a load of hav
aiaj l-yiv enters oraer inax no iick-
lers are to be sold or used, was rigidly
enforced last night Three arrests were
made on the ordinance
An English city is experimenting
with granular calcium chloride to com
bat dusty roadwas, appljlnc about
half a pound to the square ard.
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B. B. Wilson, Assistant Treasurer.
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