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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC.
ST. LOUIS. MO.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1901.
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THE PRESIDENT SINKS SHORTLY AFTER MIDNIGHT.
Bulletin: Buffalo, N. Y., 2 a. m., Friday The Associated Press is au
thor ized to say that the President is now critically ill.
FIRST DAY OF NAVAL INQUIRY
DEVELOPS IMMEDIATE INTEREST.
Admiral ITowison Believed Kioin Duly a :i Member of the Court and
lit' Challenge of His eligibility iiMnincd Sampson's Conduct
Will Xol lie Considered :md There Will Be Xo Comparison
of H Bcroid With Thnt of Admiial Schley Judge Ad-
oiaie Lemly Outlines the Polity of (he Department
Court Will Kesiimc as Soon as a Successor to
Admiral Ilowwon Ibis Hern .Chosen.
TESTIMONY THAT DISQUALIFIED ADMIRAL H0WIS0N. "
j iie rcuiey -ouu 01 inquiry sustained the c-hallence of Hwtr Admlr.it
Schley. mieMioning the eligibility of Admlial Hun tan to -it as a member of
I tip court.
la the formal challenge. Hear Admiral Srhlp.voliari.-pa that A.lmir.si iir.i
had exprt oil an opinion prejudk ill to hiia and lil-a IiiuthMs and that he had
publicly given tin ranee to e.pre-Mon- that made him ineligible, .is member
The forma! challenge was -.unpolled by the idenre of three it...
Iteporttr Trot of a Boston paper testified that Admiral Howi-un li.nl i,i .mr
Sampson nai entitled to the credit for the vlclorv at Santiago and that he .-,
a superior man to Schlev in every way. W. K. Spoil, a New York merehnm
testified that lie had heard Admiral Howlson suy, on an ocean steamer, on
which they were passenger, that Scliley should have been court-martialed.
1'o.tPr Nichols a publisher, testified th.tt Admiral llonloun had said to hlni
that Schley had no bti'ir.cs-s In the navy.
In rei!y Io thetc statement. Admiral Howtan ald thnt he mb-lit hn
said some of the things credited to him. but could not remember. He asserted
that he wn not lnnuenced by any opinions or statements he had made, but una
able to try the case on its merits.
Admlials Dewey and Henham excused Admiral Howison from further servi
on the court. Itjs expected that his succe.svir will lie n..n. A,imi.,i nitii
Aa-hlngtnn. Sept. 12 Within three hours
from the time of convening the Court of In-
The quettion of Admiral Samp-
i-tui's conduct Is not before this
court. This Is not a question as to
whether some one did or did not do
better than Commodore Schley. It
N a question as to whether Com-
niodnif Schley did hi, whole duty In
the .Santiago campaign and at the s
battle of Santiago, and the geiieial
question as to whether some other ot- s
fleer of the navy Is a better man
than Commodoie Schley nv not so s
good a man is not the point." Judge
Advocate Leml.v's Announcement. s
3:40 a. m. The President is still con
scious but rapidly sinking.
FOLLOWING AN EVENING OF DOUBT
SERIOUS SYMPTOMS FOLLOW FAST.
quiry to-day. It was announced near Ad
miral Hon tan was disqualified from serv
ing as a member of the court, and was
"xcusl from further duty. This brought
proceedings to an abrupt termination, and
aused a temporary adjournment ot the
court in order to permit the Navy JDepart-
mcnf io designate an offic'-.fo succ I A"
mirsl Howisnn. . .
No further session is possible, until the
' early part of next week.
It had been ctpectcrt that little official
business would be accorrpllshed on opening:
day and the prompt decision as to Admiral
Howlson tame as a surprise.
Prior to the court's convening a good
sized crowd assembled at the Washington
Navy Yard, where tile court meets, to wit
ness the coming of the prominent naval
othcers. who were to take part in the pro
ceedings. They canio ununirormed and un
til the fiill-dress uniforms hail been donned
at quarters inside the ard. for the actual
sessions of the court, there was little to
lend dramatic effect to the occasion.
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MEWBV AAI1 iiCII LEV.
Dewey and Admiral Schley were the
premier figures in popular Interest. The
latter had about him a distinguished party
of counsel. Including Honorable Jere Wil
son. Attorney General Idore Raynor of
Maryland and Captain James Parker, with
Mr. Teaguc, acting as advisory counsel.
The German naval attache. Captain Re-beur-1'aschatz
occupied one of the seats In
the public area, and the number of wives
of naval officers present was noteworthy.
A salute of seventeen guns, in honor of
the Admiral of the navy, marked the open
ing of the proceedings at 1 o'clock. The
usual formalities on the opening of court
were transacted with dispatch.
The first skirmish was opened by Ad
miral Schley rising from his seal and
speaking In a strong voice, calmly and de
liberately, challenging Admiral Howison's'
eligibility as a member of the court. Threa
witnesses were brought forward In support
of this challenge, namely, Mr. Francis S.
Frost. Mr. William E. Spon. and Mr. Fos
ter Nicholls. They gave very positive tes
timony as to expressions they had heard
Admiral Howi?on make favorable to Simp
son and unfavorable to Admiral Schley.
HOW HOWISOV EARNED
Mr. Frost testified 'to a statement Ad
miral HonlEon had made to him at Boston
while the witness was seeking news rs a
reporter; Mr. Spon to remarks made while
he and the Admiral were Journejlng bsck
to this country from Europe on a trans
atlantic steamer; and Mr. Nlcholls's con
versation occurred during a call at Admiral
Howison's private residence at Yonkers.
In concluding this testimony, the question
arose whether Admiral Howlson would Join
Issue with the statements made by the
witnesses, or would rest on his privilege to
withhold any answer until he chose to sub-"
The Admiral met the Issue by turning at
once to Admiral Dewey and announcing he
would make a writ of rejoinder to the
statements of the three witnesses. This
rejoinder he prepared very speedily. While
conceding the accuracy of some points in
the evidence. It threw considerable doubt
on other points-, and disclaimed any recol
lections of talks said to have taken nlare
on the transatlantic steamer.
It was not enough to counteract the very
direct testimony given by the three wit
nesses, and. moreover, the Admiral him
self, in concluding his statement. Indicated
plainly that he had no desire to remain on
the court and was there simply In obedience
to orders. He even appealed to his associ
'ates on the court to decide all doubtful
questions as to his eligibility In favor of
Before submitting the" challenge to the
determination of coupt Mr. Raynor cross
examined Admiral Howlson minutely as to
ms personal" eemjmcnts toward Sampson
and Admiral Schley and developed that Ad
miral Howlson had expressed certain defi
nite convictions as to Admiral. Sampson's 1
retention or authority nnd responsibility I
was submitted Io the court, which was nar
rowed down to Admiral Dewey and Rear Ad
miral Benham to pass upon. After hardly
more than fifteen minutes spent in retire
ment to the consultation-room of the court
Ad-niral Dewey briefly announced that the
court sustained the challenge and that Ad
miral Hovvison would be excused from fur
Tho decision came, so Quickly, and unex
pectedly that It sent a nutter" throughout
the room. There was a buzz of animated
comment and Admiral Schley and his par
tisans exchanged looks of satisfaction. Ad
miral Dcwej then at once closed the pro
ceedings of the day by announcing court
would adjourn indefinitely until the Navy
Department had named an ofllcer to suc
ceed Admiral Hovvisor.
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Tho department having Insisted upon Ad
miral Howlson serving, placed Schley's
counsel In a much strnnaer position, and
to-day's proceedings showed to their ad
vantage and gave them the first points in
the contest beyond doubt. Former Con
st essman Ranor. now State Attorney for
Maryland. Is remarkably quick nnd aggres-Flve-ind
the manner In which he handled
Schlej's case to-day made a" distinctly
favorable Impression upon all present. He
manifested no fear whatever of the naval
establishment, and his brief questioning or
Admiral Howlson. after the latter had sub
mitted his statement, was so vigorous and
sharp as to confuse the Admiral not a lit
tle. Mr. Raynor speaks with great rapidity
and crowds his questions so fast upon each
other as to show- that he has the details
of the case at his command. It Is prob
able that his crass-eYnmlnatinno i
partments leading witnesses will prove
As tho controversy is understood by the
best Informed here. Schley has tho popular
approval, but the disapproval of practically
all the expert opinion in his own profes
sion. It Is argued, therefore, that It was
specially important that there should be no
reasonable suggestion of bias upon the rart
of any of the three members of the court.
A finding seriously against Schlev's profes
sional record would hardly be believed by
the great majority of his advocates out
side the navy, so earnest and biased are
i.i. aunougn it might be entirely satis
factory and convincing to naval authori
ties everywhere. In order that tho rs..i.
of this very expensive inquiry might be us
convincing JS possible, and at least quiet
further discussion in Congress, it i,
thought it would have been much better
had Admiral Ho'wison been relieved from
duty on the court apon receipt or his let
ter by Assistant Secretary Hackett. It is
impossible to predict the duration of the
Inquiry, but the best opinion io that it wilt
Inst more than three weeks at least.
OF COUIT OF IMU'IRV.
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Stomach Disorder, Combined With Heart Weakness,
Causes a Collapse That Gives Rise to Gravest
Rumors All Physicians Sent For
Dramatic Scenes in the
THERE IS NO CONCEALMENT OF REAL FACTS.
THE SUN RISES THIS MORNING AT
0.39 AND SETS THIS EVBNINO AT 6:1.
For Mlmionrl Fair Friday aad Sai
nrilay. northerly irlnrtu, tteeomiac
For llllnnU-Fnlr Friday I fresfe
nnrthttrftfprly nlnda.. Mtnrday fair.'
For ArkanKaii Fair Friday aad Sat'
nrila), nouilierlr wladi.
3. Annual Reunion or the G. A. R.
Sedalla State Fair. '
Bryan Forecasts IssUes of 14.
1. Entries and Results at the Race Traciti
5. ttaseball Garner
7. The Railroads. .
Jewish New Yeur Begins To-Day.
t. Republic Want Advertisements. f
Record or Births, Marriages, Deaths.
New Corporations. ;
The scene within the courtroom at the
moment the court convened was one or Im
piesslve dignity. The distinguished partici
pants had laid atlde their civilian dress and
appeared in the brilliant full uniforms of
the naval service. The conruslon that hart
Drevalled throughout the great hall sub
tided to an nwellke hush, and the uniformed
guard of marines hurried strangers into
their seats. "Boom, boom" came from a
""' un Ji outside the building. It was
both a salute and a signal that the court
had opened. The first rash of the gun
startled spectators. Then they waited as
the seventeen guns, the number given in
honor of the Admiral of the navy, had been
fired, when every ear was strained for the
first word of the proceedings.
At the Instant that the firing began Ad
miral Dewey and his two associates had
entered through the rear doors and taken
scats at the spaclous-'tablc.
The formal proceedings ot the court were
begun with the reading by Captain llmh
,or Admiral Schley's letter requesting The
convening or the court and the Navy De
i,mhA rr'. T,mcd. a llrtn" attitude,
but Admiral Schley, known as "the armii
rr" '" .tnc.9a. S'OCOnly indifferent at
tention to the document. The a,i...
Who was disqualified from serving as a
member of the Board of Inquiry.
member of the court in place of Rear Ad
miral Kimberley, and he continued to give
careful heed when his letter to the depart
ment asking for a modification of para
graph 5 of the precept, regarding Ad
miral Schley's disobedience of orders, whs
read, together with the department's refu
sal to comply with the request.
None of these documents received more
than perfunctory attention from the audit
ors, but there was a general change or at
titude when the next order of proceeding
was reached. This was the challenge on the
part of Jtear Admiral Schley or Rear Ad
miral Howlson as a member or the court
While this challenge, or course, was ex
pected, it created no little commotion, com
ing, as it did, without preliminary an
nouncement bejond the question on the
part or Captain Lemly as to whether the
applicant had any objection to the court
to urge. Admiral Scliley responded prompt
ly. Rising from his seat, he said:
"I have to state with extreme regret that
I am obliged to object to Rear Admiral
Howlson as a member of the court."
ClIAI.I,EN(;n OF IIOWISON.
The following Is the full text of Admiral
Schley's challenge of Admiral Howlson aa
member or the court:
"Hear Admiral W. S. Schley, in the exer
cise of his legal right of challenge, objects
to Rear Admiral Henry U Howison upon
"t That Rear Admiral Henry L. Howlson
has already formed and expressed an opln
loln on the merits of the case about to be
Investigated and that he is therefore Ineli
gible for service as a member of this court.
"2. That Rear Admiral Henry Ls Howlson
hns already formed and expressed an opin
ion on the merits of the case about to bo
investigated adversely to said Rear Admiral
W. S. Schley, thereby indicating n bias and
a prejudice which renders him, said Rear
Admiral Henry L. Howlson,-Ineligible for
service as a member or this court.
"3. That Rear Admiral Henry U Howlson
has. In connection with the subject matter
about to be Investigated, expressed an un
favorable opinion on the rersonol and pro
fessional characteristics of said Rear Ad
miral Schley, thereby Indicating n bias
and prejudice which renders him. said Real-
Admiral Howlson. ineligible for service us
a member of this court.
"4. That Rear Admiral Henrv L. Howl
son. In connection with the opinion formed
and expressed by him upon the merits of
the case about to be InvestlsntMi. hnE insti
tuted and announced a comparison between
the acta and personal and proressional char
acteristics or the principal parties to the
present Issue, v'z: Rear Admirals Samp
sen and Schley, to the disadvantage and
disparagement of the latter, thereby lndl'
eating a bias and prejudice which rrnrten
him. Rear Admiral Henry L,. Howison, In
eligible for service ns a member or this
EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT
ADMIRAL SCHLEY'S CHARGES.
A hurried consultation among the mem
bers of the court followed. Admiral Dewey
first turned to Admiral Benham, then
stepped around the table und engaged Cap
tain Lemly In conversation. He afterward
spoke to Renr Adm'ral Howisoh.
Captain Lemly then asked if there was
any evidence in support or tho statement
concerning Renr Admiral .!.
which Mr. Raynor. speaking for Rear Ad
miral ocniej, saio. mere was. Admiral
Dewey announced that this would be heard.
Mr. Francis A. .Frost of the Boston Rec
ord, who had reported a conversation with
Rear Admiral Howlson In which ihe latter
was alleged to have made reflection upon
Admiral Schley, was called to the stand.
me witness explained the nature of his
duties In securing news from the Charles
town Navy ard. He then detailed the con
vcrsathm ho Is sa d to havo had with Ad
miral Howlson. This occurred, ho said. In
tho Commandant b ofllce. and. while it had
At an early hour this (Friday) morning there was a notable
change for the worse in President McKinley's condition following
a day of more or less alarming symptoms.
Shortly before midnight his symptoms caused much uneasi
ness and Doctors Mynter and Mann were summoned from New
Before their arrival the medicine administered to the President
to relieve his stomach, which had been unable to digest the food
administered .during the "day, took effect' and more hopeful condi
tions seemed to result.
The favorable reaction was only temporary and the turn for
the worse followed rapidly in its wake. His physicians were
summoned to his bedside for a consultation.
At 3 a. m. no other restoratives than digitalis had been ad
ministered. It is the President's heart which has given the physi
cians and surgeons the most concern, as it seems to be very irregu
lar in view of other conditions.
Republic Want" and
Real Estate AS
10. Grain and Other Markets. v
11. Financial News.
East Side Happenings.
12. Five Hundred Men at the Barracks. .-.
Postal Facilities for World's Fair.
BEGAN TO SINK AT 2 A. M.
Milbtim House. -Hnffnlo. Popt i:i. (Hiillclin) .-r.S a. m. President
McKinley experienced a sinking spell shortly after 1 o'clock.
The physicians are administering restoratives to him with the
hope of reviving him.
A general call lias gone out to the physicians and the members of
the Cabinet now in tho city.
Doctor Park reuched the house at L:."iO a. m., and short Iv after
him came Secretaries Hitchcock and Wilson.
The Associated Press has been authorized to sav that President
McKinley is critically ill.
ABNER. McKINLEY ARRIVES.
Milburn Ilouse, Hnffnlo, Sept. l.'l (Hulletin). At 2:48 a. in.
Abner McKinley, brother of the President, was called to the house. He
came by carriage nnd pressed into the house at once. A messenger
was dispatched at the same time to summon two absent nuises.
HEART STIMULANTS EMPLOYED.
Buffalo, X. Y.. Sept. 1.".. At 3 o'clock all of the Dinsi.-inna -,.,.,.
gathered at the bedside of the President.
It was statetl that digitalis was being administered to the President.
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THE SCENE DRAMATIC.
Buffalo, X Y., Sept. 33, .' ;05a. in. Several messengers were hur
ried from the house, and it was undeistood . that thev carried dis
patches to the absent nienibeis of the Cabinet and the kin of the Pres
ident. Additional lights burn for those in the Milburn home and the
household is astir.
Beyond the statement that the President is critically ill no fur
ther announcement lias been authorized, but it is manifest thnt the
wounded President faces ii grave and menacing crisis.
Alarm can be read in the actions of those to whose nursin" and
care he is committed. The scene about the house is a dramatic one.
The attendants can be seen hurrying about behind the unshaded
and brightly lighted windows and messengers come and go hastily
through the guarded door.
Outside half a hundred newspaper correspondents are assembled
aw aiting news. '
MESSAGE SENT TO HANNA.
Telegrams were at once sent to Seilhfor Hanua and others. J
ANOTHER NURSE SUMMONED.
Milburn House, Buffalo, Sept. 13, 3:1(1 a. m. Mrs. Jewell one of
the trained nurses, suddenly called; arrived at 3:lo. , '
one sprang irom an electric carriage and ran down the sidewalk
lo the house.
Buffalo, 3:20 a. in. Mrs. McKinley Williams just arrived. She
is Mrs. McKinley's most intimate: friend in Buffalo.
Buffalo, Sept. 13, 3:10. n. m. 1c is understood that aside from
."Buuiis no viuvi icsiornttve-has been Use' -
Milburn Houe. Buffalo, N. V.. Sept. 12.
Fcr the first time there was a bad strain
In the news from the President's bedside
to-night. Possibly the alarm It caused was
exaggerated, but that genuine apprehension
existed there can be no question.
To-morrow will show whether the com
plication that has arisen Is of a s:rlous
The rood given lo the President this morn
ing has not been properly assimilated and
passed, and the administration or food by
the mouth has been discontinued. The
President continued to complain or the fa
tigue noted by the official bulletin In the
His pulse Increased to 128. This Is con
sidered entirely too high for his tempera
ture. One of the consulting physicians said
that. Judging by medical records, his pulse
should be Si. The acceleration of the pulse
was attributed partly to the revulsion of
the stomach against the food, and Doctor
Mann privately assured Secretary Hitch
cock and Secretary Wilson, Ihe President's
brother, Abner McKinley, and others as
sembled below stairs In the Milburn house
10-r.igni tnat tne undigested food would
possibly pass away during the night atld
that the President would be better In the
EARLY Dll.r.RTIS CAISEO
Tho doctors held thlr evening consulta
tion earlier than usual and they frankly
announced In their official bulletin, at S:30,
that the President's condition wag not so
good. They are standing firmly by their
resolution and promise to keep the public
fully advised of the true state of affairs
In the sickroom.
Doctors Wasdln. Stockton and Rlxey re
mained in the sick room throughout the
night, and those who left after the early
evening consultation, contrary to their
usual custom, slipped away to the side en
trance. This in Itself was considered sig
nificant, to say the least, by the little army
of newspaper men. Heretofore, they hava
not failed to give verbal Interpretation of
the official bulletins to the newspaper men.
Doctor Stockton, a local general practi
tioner, with a high reputation, was called
In for the first time to-night. It being- ex
plained that the complication that had
arisen was one with which a physician and
not a surgeon would have to deal. Secre
taries Hitchcock and Wilson, who were at
the Milburn house until It o'clock, said'
when they departed that there was no
cause for alarm: that the trouble was In
the stomach, and not In the wound, and
they believed the President's condition
would bo Improved In the roornlnr.
coxorrio9 changed for
BETTER ABOUT MIDNIGHT.
Doctors Wasdln, RUey and Stockton re
mained at the Milburn house durinr the
"J'lLH&JKffe constantly In the' room of -ihf.5t,l1SLl5r
I""1 to "e Prcsk!ent,
imreu io iragm uj me treatment to which
occasioned by the failure of the organs ot
digestion and assimilation. a'
"the nonsuccess of the treatment added toi
the depression that existed, but just at
midnight the relief so much desired came.
He had two operations of the bowels within
a tew minutes. This gave great encourage
ment and changed the character ot the buli'
letin which the physicians were even then
PRESIDENT EViOYED I
CHICKEN UROTH ASD COFFEE. "
The President had had a restful ni.ht
and th'beer Juice which the doctors cars
him yesWday had.be,en relished io keen
ly that thlr morning he was given solid
food for the first time. He was bathfdr
and then enjoyed a bowl ot chloken broth,
toast and coffee."
Hefelt so good after this somewhat sub
stantlal meal that he asked for a mild cl
gar. Doctor McBurney. the dean of thl
corps of attending physicians and surgeons,
was thoroughly satisfied with the patlent'a
condition, and went to New York .at 1
o'clock to look after some urgent private
affairs. His intention Is to return In a
Meantime he will keep in constant touch
with Milburn house and be prepared to
ccme back at a momert's notice. Secretary
Root left on the same train. ,.-
A slight reaction, however, followed ttiS
buojancy of the morning. The President
complained of being tired. The attending'
physicians at the afternoon consultation,
true to their promise to take the public In
to confidence, chronicled this fact with
scrupulous care, but they displayed no
alarm-. The doctors said the President'
restlessness was only natural and what
might be expected.
"Besides, his breakfast did not especially
agree with htm." said Doctor .Mynter. "Tha
President Is feeling the strain of his lone
siege without food, no nourishment at all
having been administered during the first
three days, and Ijlng day and night irt the
same position Is fatiguing ahd hard for
even the most exemplary patient to bear
"The manifold responsibilities of the chief
magistracy for four years do not exactly
fit a man for such an ordeal as this," said
one of those closest to him to-nlghu
e"mma OI,DWAX PROBABLY 1
IH. BE RELEASED.
The District ' Attorney here announced
publicly this afternoon he had no evidence
against Emma Goldman and that unless
some turned up no requisition on the State
or Illinois would be made Tor her.'
This does not mean that the bottom has
dropped out of the conspiracy theory. It
simply means that no evidence has yet
been secured to connect her with the crime.
If she Is released, she will be kept under '
the closest surveillance, and 'It will be
easy for the authorities to place their
hands upon her If she Is wanted later.
There Is a hope here that some Way will
be found "to hold her at least until Investi
gations now In progress by Secret Service '
people in all the cities where anarchist or
ganizations exist are completed. She ins
arrested wholly upon the responsibility of. '
the Chicago police under the general order
sent out by Superintendent Bull to appre. .
head all persons who might have knowl
edge or the assassination. . ,,
While no evidence has been' round against
the Goldman woman, the Government is
satisfied that Cxolgosz crossed her path. and.
in due time It Is believed whatever connec
tion, it any. there was between them will
be. discovered. The Secret Service men will
trace Czolgosz's whereabouts back step by
step. K ,
One of the things which Is desired Is a
complete record of the lectures the Pres- '
Merit's assailant said Inspired him to com
mlt the deed.
RECEIVE BULLETINS DIRECT.
Governors Dockery and Yates Are
Among the List.
.Buffalo, Sept. 12.-The following Is a. par
tial list of persons who are receiving bulle
tins on President McKinley's Condition di
rect: J. Plerpont Morgan, New York.
- Opvernor McMlIlln. Tennessee.
Henry C. Paine. Milwaukee. Wis.
Governor Stanley. Kansas.
Governor Dockery, Missouri.
Henry T Scott, San Franclseo.
M. A. Hanna, Cleveland.
governor J. rj. Beckham ot Kentucky.
Governor Nash or Ohio. ""w-ay. ,
Governor Yates of Illinois.
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