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KING EDWARD ED WARD CONVENES CONVENESTHE CO VENES VENESTHE I
4 THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT PARLIAMENTIn
In n na a GoldenTJoacli Golden o cll He Rides in State with the Queen Queento Queento Queento
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D DROIrAI DiOtARBS AIrnS S B IUD D IS APPROACHING APPROAGHIKGThe
The Scene In the HIIHSC 1I0B C of Lords Was Wasin n nin ns nsIn
in Striking CoMtrant to That Irc Ircf lrcented Prcrtented
ented f nt d at the Opening of o the Last LastSCNI LastSCIlon LaatScNrdon
SCIlon SCNI IOH When helt All 11 Was n8 In Sloiirn SloiirnIH llollrnf 3fonrn1ngInterest
1ngInterest IH f Interest In Colonel Lynch the theIloor theIucr theHoer
Hoer Menilicr of the House of ofCommon orCOltllHon oftiemmons
Common tiemmonsLOYDOX CommonLONDON COltllHonLONDOK
LONDON Jan Ja K 11TIHt The beauty lieyet ef thepageant the thepageant tHPAleaat
pageant attendant upon the openingParpamesit opening tag of ofParHaaMat oft
ParHaaMat today t tod was dimmed by It raw rawBriaty raw1eQ rawmisty
misty 1eQ weather and threatening rain rainThe ral ralTINt rasaThe
The numbers Blben began to arrive at mid midnight aidillght ¬
night 1 4ast night for the purpaae M of se securing Mcu aecuriag ¬
curing cu advantageous ahata places placesThe plaeoaTate placesThe
The Hon He Mr She Sk SkewesCox wee wCox Cor the mem member MeRIbel aeaber ¬
ber from the Richmond JUeJu o d division of Yorkahtre York Yorkshire YorkIIJdre ¬
shire North Riding was the first to ar arrive arrlve arrive ¬
rive and by daybreak nearly nearlywore a MOre MOrewere seorewore
wore pr prBy praeat praeatBy preseatBy
By oclock this morning the crowdsbegaa crowds crowdsbegan crowdsbepa
began to gather along the route front frontXariberoush tr9IBJilartli freesMarthrough
Xariberoush Nou Noose to Waetmta Westminster WestminsterItecr Wo tlBluterDoer ter terIloer
Doer Colonel Rlrnia Rlvn Monarch MonarchNext MonarchNest IollurchNext
Next to the presence of Keg Khag Bdwaru Bdwaruthe BdwartM lMwarrithe
the interest everywhere centered ceRter in Col ColArthur ColAltJmr ColArthsr
Arthur Lynch the aewlyelactsd member memberfrom JltelllDert aemberfree
from t Galway Calwa a warrant for whose arrest ar arreat arr
rest r was issued ia the Bow Street Police Polleert PoliceCoart Petteeeort
Coart rt yestoraar charging dIarP hitch treason treasonfor treuoaror treaaoafor
for bearing arras nu against the ElM be King Kingloaae KID KIDIt KingIt
It II leetrsd that Lyada WU In Bn Deslogie BnJot
loaae Jot tet1 two days ago but did not t dare to tocross tor tocries
cross r to Kcglaad He said Iel however that thathe tal1Ie thatbe
he wood surely Aftl appear at the opening of ofParihweat orraruat ofPa
Pa Parihweat ParihweatAt raruat iiaseat iiaseatAt t tAt
At l at oclock clock the sergeaatatarma sergeaatatarmawtth tatara i iwWI
wWI a eampacy of retainers tal8en performed performedthe perfonaedtile performedthe
the aacteat ceremoay of searching re the theParliamentary UIel thePrtIa
PrtIa Parliamentary l eatery ceOars for Gay Fawkes FawlteacrapiiatorL FawkesAt Paw PaweeMPInteIL
eeMPInteIL eeMPInteILt
At 1 oclock clock tonic t tsanicoat c wan stopped thrcagh thtcghvat thrcaghaad t ftAlpNt
oat Weatntlaater W ac a ad two rarjamta of oftkeir lG ofGsredG
G GsredG tesk ap their positions to boW the tIaeIi thehilt
Ii hilt tar the royal PJOIIRM Proirea t to the n or orP orAt ofFem
Fem FemAt P
At as a brigade ftIi Poet JPu011r Osasds sad sadothsr
011r othsr tnet0 mi wttIt Qe ahe p pde ice te k tip tiptheir
their de i r pcs pcsUion vciwa Uoea along aloae the route routeThe rauteThe GUteTIIa
The windows iacIo of bt bvUdlags b UcUop In Whitehall WhitehaUTO WJ Whitehallli teJaaIl teJaaIlDISTRiff
DISTRiff BitPTO BILbg BILbgTO li ° u
TO BE REPORTED REPORTEDluiise
House CammittBe Commi ni 111 8e a Disposes Disposesof is poses posesof
of Several SeveralIt SeveralRIPfR1S eerR
RIPfR1S PQRTSt r cws or TYPHOID TYPHOIDIt YPOOIDR
It < ii iaseatatlve r rfClttatlv > e tatlvo Jfwrteu wrteu rfell I IMtructet1 Iit < M meted < l to toReport tonep toRupert
nep Report t the Mentwixe MeR e Jfavorably JfavorablyiVPIroval la llavorablyitjroval oralll orallljJlroval
iVPIroval jJlroval tiee 188 H Given Irepoieil IrepoieilI lrOJf8JtlrftWt IrepescdIlhH4tattiea
IlhH4tattiea I rftWt ltetitrttkn tH or U I4ears > r of elLahor Labor to toBetiwoaH tuDctM toDct
Dct BetiwoaH DctM > woa a I n HI HIanll and 4 1 I 11 i in nnThe inTha ZOTIle
TIle Ifcmse Dbrtrtct Committee COIDIaittftof disposed disposedof
of several Mils this moraing orning The ant arste antr listoast
r oast e canalderta I Illend was House hill C391 1351whkh C391wMch mIwtIkIa
wMch was aJ M M aa n the Jae table at the last lastuniting lutfit lastnistliS
uniting of die coauotttee The bill was wastokan w wta wastallest
tallest ta ap p snit referred to tile sabeaannit shsneaitjsMdary sabeaannittoe
toe t an Jnnlciary which will h Jt M a meet meeting st sting t tI8r ¬
ing next Monday 1Io1lda morning at 11 uetoek uetoekwhan setoekwhen dock docktile
when tile District Solicitor and District DistrictAaeeaaar DlatrlctA DistrictAssess
Aaeeaaar Daraeilte will appear and ex exluafa extIaIa exaM
luafa aM the measureInterest measure measureiHtercKt JMU1UeJ
Interest J terct ou Tax ArronrnKcx ArronrnKcxThe Arrt ArrenragcaTh > Arnc Arncon
Th The bill provides that the rate of interest in interest IDt ¬
t terest to be charged on arrearages of oforal gen peaotwd genoral
oral taxes prior to July Jul 1 19 1J4t 0 shall be 6 6per iper sper
per cent ia t lien of the rate sad penalties peJIl ea
11Id and special pee stands which aleh had been erected erectedfor erecledfor erectedfor
for the occasion were filled with Ith a fash fashionable tashloble fashIodable ¬
ionable throng throngThe tltroftgTlte throngThe
The peers and peeresses ia full court courtarrived eourtdrea courtdress
dress arrived early earl at the House of Lords LordsAmong LordsAlIICq LordsAmong
Among them tbe were ere the Prince and Prin Princess PrI PrIeH Priaceca ¬
cess ll ef Wales and the other members of ofthe oftae ofthe
the royalty who did not form a part of ofthe ofUte elthe
the royal ro 1 procession which w 1t was reservedfor reserved reservedfor r4ll Cnedlor
for the King and aadQueea Qu Qoea u only onlyThe olyThe IT IT1be
The Royal Cavalcade Cnvalcndcalcade CnaleadcIt
It w was 1 1iO oel oclock k when U the royal a aahead CAV CAVIea
ahead alcade Iea escorted by the yeomen eeMCIt of the theguard theguard he heguard
guard left Maryborough House HouseThe I IioesecThe oue oueIM
The first ive carriages were drawn by byteams lot trytsars
teams t of blacks and bays and were occu occupied oeeupIe4I occupied ¬
pied by the ladles and gentlemen seatle e of the theroyal t troyal theroyal
royal household including the Earl Ear of ofDerby ofDerby ofDerby
Derby the Duchess of Buccleuch and andether aJMlUer sadether
ether Uer bearers of the proudest ro t na nathe aaUteS In isthe Intlte
the United UBlt Kingdom who for the honor honoref ltonorof honorof
of being near royalty assume e the titles titlescf Ut1ecf titlescf
cf stewards and mistresses etl of the M robes robesand roHa rohssad
and a bedchamber bede a1 ber women of the silver silversticks 811 811sticka atlversticks
sticks women of the gold scleka atlek etf etfwhich et etwalca etrwhich
which originally possessed but mental sigailasee sig significance 8IgJ ¬
nificance J 6caae4lSlxtk f s s51xth
Sixth in the preceaaicn pNC pr ocesskR came the rival rivalgolden Tft7a1 Tft7a1sow f6algolden
golden eeack eatbfoaeaed Waao with Itk arm ar areas sad aadpictures apktures sadpictures
pictures and drawn by eight creams creamseach erea ereaeac erneseach
each eac pair directed by a postillion and a agroom asreom agreoa
groom afoot afootWithin afootWltkb afootWithin
Within the 1 e coach were the King and andQueen sadQusa 1Id 1IdQtI
Queen QtI who bowed 1 gravely to 1 the plaudits plauditsof tIaudl tIaudlDC
of the t e crowd The party proceeded at a awalking awaUdg awalkiag
walking pace paceAs paceAs ce ceAa
As the royal processlan proeea Mpareached approadlodlil MpareachedWestminster ltIMMdHIdl
Westminster lil l a salute al of Jortyoae rortyeIr guns gunswas graswas
was feed Ir front fr St SL James Ja Park ParkA PuleA ParkA
A StrlkliiK Contrast CoiitrnMtThe ContrnNtTIM ContrastThe
The scene sees In the taterlar of the H HLords Howe Howeof
0 Lords was radically different rOllt from fromthat freethat rea reaUlat
that at the last J t opening opestaiwlg awing to the theabsentee thea1lH theabsence
absentee of 0Detore maumtag maumtagBefore aearehgBefore
Before the t eeremaay eeJ was chiefly rem remlateeent n nt reeshalaost
lateeent t of f the dead Qaeea but today todayevery
I every very suggestion ioa was that l of a reigning reigningmonarch rel reitutaaoesrch la lack
monarch ck and ef t the future futureIn f1a fatareIa re
In the galleries pl on the eatakfeis atftldrtI1 1dr ef the theassembly UNMre theasaeltbiy
assembly where Mre the peeresses bloomed la lafull litfull Infall
full court dress Instead ef the deep deepmourning deepiD deepmoosing
mourning of the prevloua pre9 occasion oce siee the thethe t teNt theseat
seat baghga were of cJ crI8IMD and aJMIOle andthe
the whale effect eet of the glided chamber chamberwaaeiever Cuberwaa chamberwas
waaeiever was e eT never ftaer ftaerTo AuerTo
To T avoW teat years JMl aeramhle hIe many manyof MaQof neater neaterof
of t the asrtbera of the M MaimliM Kwoe of eoua eouaIeDIM CoeeoestCstiacd
tCstiacd w Sensed Ie IeI Pilet
I snowy bed It 1a law aM an accrued rests roeMCii1Y restsaspires
aspires Cii1Y etnl eairwilxes i4Di artia artiaos pa paJ
J I oa or before Mf < e January JaIl 1 I 111N 1H 1HA uI
A favoraMa faV tavov le report was waaMil er recIHe oa oaHowe
I
He Mil ttJC axing the hoars of the theI tileiB theemplyea
employes ia t tDistrict the gas IalMwator laboratory sad Ute UteBuildl theDistrict
I
District Building Buildl at frost 9 a a m te 4 p pTyKhoId pass
ass
TyKhoId Fever Reports JlcportThe RcpurtllIDeat ReportsThe
The feast Important taat measure cuei considered consideredwas cOIutllh derd derdf r rI
was the Babcock bill to require eases casesef easesof easesd
I ef typhoid fever oeeariaa ia the District Districtto
to be reported to the Health Department DepartmentThe Depar DepsrtawstThe t t11ae
The second section ef the hill which re reanircs retpdra resires
anircs sires nay person ia charge of a patientto patient
to report a typhoid fever case eue where 1Nnt no nophysician DOJiQaIela nopbysidse
physician is 1 to attendance was stricken strickenoat IItrtdwI01It stitchesoat
oat The bill as amended was ordered to tobe toIte oiie
be favorably raYon reported by Representative RepreseestativeXorto RepresentativeNorton RepreaeaaUortoII
Norton NortonHOgRIKGAROUND XortoHOYBRINGARDUND ortoII ortoIIHO
HOgRIKGAROUND HO KURRENSBERG KURRBNSBBRGllritiftli KURRENSBERGHrilisit
llritiftli Report Presence of IIoer lloerll In InOrange InOraJlJe inOrange
Orange River Colony ColonyLADYBRAXD Colon ColonLADTBRA ColonyLADYBRAND
LADYBRAXD LADTBRA D Orange River Colony ColonyJaa ColonyJaIl ColonyJan
JaIl 1C It8traglers Straggters from various Boer Boercomma BoerJIIIIoe Boerenmaados
enmaados comma JIIIIoe anon continue to hover yer around the theKurrensbers tbe4I1at1ct theXurrcabrg
Kurrensbers district districtColonel 4I1at1ctCoIeIIof districtColonel
Colonel Pilcher encountered Command Commandant Coauaadt Commandsat ¬
ant t Bodes Bode forces yesterday y and INI chased chasedthem c chasedtales eIt
t them t e in the dir direction Uoa of Ooxburg TheBritish The TheRrittah TIleI
I British BrIt took two Beers prisoners and cap captared capt captured
tared t 30M 3 cattle Three burghers sur surrendered surrosdored r rNIMIOlM ¬
rendered renderedThe NIMIOlMi rosdoredThe
i The health af the British troops tr In the theLaeybraad thee
I Laeybraad L 1Ina1Ml and Ficksburg districts ellatrle is ex excellent exj exeellent ¬
j cellent The cattle and sheep eep are in I II good goodcondition goodcoeditios
condition conditionRemounts eGIIditioaI coeditiosRemounts
I
I Remounts are dtfileuK It to ohtat obtoiajn ii these thesedistricts thesef
districts owing to the fact that
all these theseavailable t tanllahle closeavailable
I available have already alread Mea b en comman commandeered COIBllt8Rdeered eemmaadoeered ¬
deered by the l British BritishI BrIt BrItIt BritishIt
It Ie reported u that there Ie a greeter 8Jetert greeterteadeecy
I tendency t y to surrender among K the fighting t1g t1gI g
I I burghers in this neighborhood oocl than t s far a ayear ayr ag ayear
year past at
ST S P LOUIS SEEKS TO HAVE PRINCE HENRY HENRYVISIT HENRYVISIT HENRYVISIT
VISIT WORLDS FAIR WHILE HERE
3 ss G Governor on rnor Francis and Mr MrAdoiphufi MrAdotphus Mrtphut
Adoiphufi tphut Busch Come for forThat forrlhat forThat
That Purpose Purposebeaaaaar PurposeP PurposeFewer
P Governor D L R lands of MIsso Mis Misss
so ss rl and Mr MeIpIIa BaIIda of It Itx St1mgs
x 1mgs sr bore to urge t the tieraan A AMIl Am Ambarder
beaaaaar MIl kecretary 1Ieentar Hay to MM their theirle tltelrJ theirIMaessa
J IMaessa le have Prince Prt cce Hoary of Prusala Prus Prussia Jrwa ¬
ala to vMt the worlds worit fair city during 1Iriag 1IriagtJd hisas3surn Ms Msaafaan
aafaan tn this entt eoantry y brands ia praldeet prsal prsald pr prof
d deet nj of the Worlds 14 Fair Company cN and aadMr ai aiMr andMi
Mr Baach rseh is chairman dM r of the foreign foreignrelation fore foreaU foreignrelations
relation aU committee tee of f the exposition expositionr ex expositionLirkaaOk UOlL UOlLo
> LirkaaOk > r Ananeht was wa closeted with Secre Secretary Seeretary Seer Seertarp ¬
tary liar Car some time t this morning and andat aadat andat
at the theeseehasha eae eeaelualsa of Ms conference ex oxpress expressed expce ¬
pressed pce press d confidence ia St 11 Louis Loa succeedingia succeeding
ia ascurlng CMrh1g Prince Henry a u a guest guestThe peatTh4I guestThe
The German OU Ambaaeador announced aft to today leday today ¬
day that Priaea J Henry woeld 141 be the tlteoC guest gaeatof guestof
of the th KattMuay while m It WshiitagiseAlso WaaMngton WaaMngtonAlno Waaltl gtee gteeAlo
Also Wants ant 21000000 21000000Dulng > aIiUuUuU aIiUuUuUDu HHIOUO HHIOUODuring
During Du ing their visit here they will m center centerwith eoal eoalitb conferwith
with itb the President and the heads of the theaiCcrtnt tINtJfuent thedifferent
different dtpartmeat dert of the Government
exhibit ex lbft that will III be b Installed and iacl iaclaaauily 11Ie1tan hcldeatally
aaauily tan will de what missionary JRl loaary work worko workUIe workthey
UIe they eaa to o persuade mem mem1ta > rs > rs ef O CD CDr CalFm
r tt e u t Rppropitt1 spprop lxtNa for Oihc the ihcShfMt t tlWt theestbIklt
ShfMt ia t question tI soaMtMajc III fa the theneishaerhaed tlw1IeM thesigkboraed
neishaerhaed 1IeM af 2MAM t3ISwitlll < 2MAMAVI
itlll AVI 111 11 Open on Time TimeThere TimeIII Timeiheire
There m s no troth whatever la the theto thetIIat thestory
story that we an Jtere to persuade Con C8IIat Cone
at su to poatpoas lb tha fair far a year yearsaid y yearaid
aid said Governor 0 Francis The fair will willu be betmtt bepew
pew aa a aeaaauls time timeeral tleneTh
111 Th rr that titer thorn Is t 1M a gee geeoral ft
oral labor r boycott Ntt aa the enterprise terprtH ta taawewttheitt IeaIM isalso
aIM awewttheitt wltt foasdatlen The Building BuildingTrade D iithdtagTrades fhll fhllTIR
Trade TIR a Council which comprises all the thetrades tMtra thetrades
trades tra that will ill work oa a the fair build buildings bldWlap beihilag ¬
lap lag m Ia in I perfect sympathy with wttllOul us usOnly usOnly
Only Oul Hint Was Vms Untrue UntrueThe UatraeTM UntrueThe
The only OI hint of labor trouble t e is in the theprating thepZ1 thep
pZ1 p prating attag UlIg line caused ca by a story drew circulated clreu1It drewhated ¬
hated 1It that we save contracts eo tra for a print printing prt printlag t tag ¬
lag ag to a aenunlan 11 flrm 2r whisk was wactlle aa aatrue n ntruo
true No boycott af any sort has been beendoalared beenlloe1ro1 beendoslarod
doalared nor will OHO be aimed a asaiset asaisetthe agalnettht ptaettlit
the lair
NOMINATED BY THE fRBSIDENT PRESIDENTIMiilnilclpliin fRBSIDENTIhiJntlcllJl FRBSIDENTlhHndclplsin
IMiilnilclpliin n Collector of Cnstoi CnstoiAntony CntolUAJlUIIJJ Customs CustomsAmong
Antony Xe New civ Officials named XamcilThe XalUcilTe namedThe
The President today sent the following foltewinsBoaiMtfoas fol followingnominations i
nominations tt to the SeAate SenateTo SeAateTo SeaateTo
To be collectors COI tor af tustoms tustomsDavid < twt twtDvW tlStIJ1tl
David H Jarvia oC Pennsylvania rJln for forthe lerthe rrtlie
the District of r Alaska AlaskaThorn AlaskaT1Io AlaskaThomas
T1Io Thomas Thorn O Thompson TIte for the district tihttrtetof Mstrictof
of New London Cons COBRFrank Co CoFrak ConsFreak
Frank J Naramere for the district ef efFulrfteW olFaJrIeW ofFairless
FulrfteW COBS COBSTip C CoriTip RR RRTip
Tip Warren Varr for the district of Apa Apalachicola AIlae Apalachicola
lachicola lae ieola Fla FlaJehu FlaJohn FlaJohn
John E SUIiman for tb the district riet ef efPeneacola ePe ofPensacola
Peneacola Pe aeolA Fla FlaThatcher FlaTltlchor FlaThatcher
Thatcher T Hallett HalleW for the Matrfet at atBarastable efD8ra ofDernetable
Barastable D8ra ta le Mass MassC MassC s
C Wesley ley Thomas for the district of ofPhiladelphia ofPhiladelphia ofPhiladelphia I
Philadelphia Pa PaBEET PaBEET PaBEET
BEET SUGAR MEN ACTIVE ACTIVEUeloicntloiiN ACTIVEDelc AGTIVEDelcsntlons
UeloicntloiiN Delc JntlollJlc From rom Michigan Seek to toInlluoiice toIntauenre
11111 Inlluoiice Dence IrcHldcnt IrcHldcntHeadetl IresldcntBeaded t tHeadEMl
Beaded by b oxRcprescatative Bradley Brad Bradley DnMlle ¬
ley le of Bay 1M City ORe of the largest t beet beetsuBar lHetau beetsugar
sugar au r manufacturers RIICadurerB a delegation will willcall willcall willcall
call at the wffle We House today to They will willendeavor willcDdetlvor willendeavor
endeavor to show SRe the President Pre ldeat th the ham hamwMch Mrmw harmwhich
which w ck would w uld toe dose the beetsugar t U8r in interests Intercat interests ¬
terests if the l tart tariff concessions asked ked by byCuba byCM byCuba
Cuba CM are granted grantedRepresentative IraDiedRepreBeutative grantedRepresentative
Representative W 1t Alden FicUh of ofMichigan ofUe ofMichigan
Michigan Ue lgR called on the President today todayattd t04lay114I todayand
and 114I arranged for a conference co fere lee with him himtomorrow 111 111tomorrow kisstomorrow
tomorrow OH other beet sugar uta interests interestsMR tateretsMR InterestsMR
MR SMITH SAYS GOODBY GOODBYExPoKtmnKtor GOODBYExPohunter GOODBYExPoatmnster
ExPoKtmnKtor ExPohunter General Callw at the theAVhlic fhebHe
AVhlic 11 hilt IlouHO JJOUR Before Lcnvliifir LcnvliifirCharles Len LentIiigCharles IIIJ IIIJC
Charles C arles Emory Emor Smith SIBil who was succeed succeeded eeeedcd succeeded ¬
ed yesterday as PostEMsterGeaeral P08tma terCeBeral by byHenry byHellry byHenry
Henry C Payne Pay ad who will leave leaveWashington leaveWasklgtoR leaveWashington
Washington this evening for Philadel MtllA4olIll Philadelphia j jphia
phia Ill la where here he will 111 sesame the editorial editorialdirection oiltodaldlreeUen aittorlaldirection
direction of the Philadelphia Pr Prbade Frees Freesbade
I
bade President Pre hloat Roosevelt good goo4lty by early earlythis earlytkl8 earlythis
this afternoon afternoonMR attcrlHtORMR afternoonMR
MR MORGAN AT WHITE HOUSE HOUSEHe
He Confer With lth the President on onCnnnl onCauRI onCnnnl
Cnnnl Matters MattersSenator MnttcrxSenator Iatter IatterSeaato
Senator < Morgan of Alabama Ala called at atthe atthe t ttlte
the White House this morning and aada had buda hada
a lengthy conference with itk the President Presidentan Pretthe
an the canal question eueetioaIt qtlHUoIt
It ia suppose suppeer that in the course cetI ef Ms Msconversation RkconyeratieD hisconversation
conversation with the President Pr Weat Sen Senator Senater Seaater ¬
ater Morgan learned that Mr Roosevelt Roosevelthad KOOHTeltllad Roevoltbed
had requested reqte41A Admiral Walker to eaR eaHthe eaRtile callthe
the session se of tbe Canal Coarateaieb CoarateaiebMr CoIIImhlBieLMr CmissielAir
Mr Morgan was noneamaaiaieaUve noneamaaiaieaUvewhen
when he left the White 1Itte House H and declined de declined decllDed ¬
I clined emphatically eJDpbaU an to discuss the inter interview haterTie interview ¬
Tie view between himself kl 1t and the Prestd Jt 11 t
CORONER CORONERBEIGINS CORONERBEIGINSWBECK BldlNS BldlNSPROBING BNGINSPROBI
PROBING PROBI iG WRECK WRECKBlame WRECKBlame WBECKBlame
Blame for or New N ew York or Dis Disaster Disaster Disaster ¬
aster tOe tf o Be e fixed fixedMANY FiIe FiIeMANY ixe ixeMANY
MANY WITNESSBS TO TESTIFY TESTIFYScholcr 1 STIFY STIFYSllolcr STIFYSelsolcr
Scholcr Instructed Jury Which lllch Met Jletat Metnt let letat
at 10 oCIock Today dafo to < o Dcter DcterHlblllty Dcternllne Determine
mine and Declare thcre Jlere UeJI10n UeJI10nHlbllU Itcr ion ionelblilty
Hlblllty HlbllU for the Accident Aecle t Ilcstit IlcstitInvestigation Ite ItcstsInTcstignthon b bInTeltlJntion
Investigation Will Ill Probably Oc Occupy OcCUI Occupy ¬
cupy CUI a WeelNEW AVecU AVecUNEW eek eekEW +
c
NEW EW YORK Jan iJTke afc lTke The inmost inmostwhich tlHItIestwBie Inquestwhich
which wBie Is to determine t the eauee i of the thedisaster thedater thedisaster
disaster ia the Park Avamie tunnel last lastweek futweek lastweek
week and the responsibility re pouslblJfty for it began beganbefore hoganbefore gan ganCore
before Core Coroner Scholar this morning JDOIBlngThe morningThe morningThe
The twelve t ehe jurors were er sworn la yes yesterday MteNia yesterday ¬
terday teNia and afterward made a trip through througttthe J JUte Ithe
the tunnel ia a special observation Wna 18B lees leesmotive l llItO Ieeemotive
lItO motive ive furnished by the New York Cen Coalral Central CeBtral ¬
tral Railroad RailroadThey RailroadThey I II1Iey
They were OB hand early this tit morning morningat
at the coroners coroners office for f8rltlle the proceed proceedings JKoeM18gs proceedSags ¬
Sags were scheduled to l begin at at it 1 oclock oclockEngineer ocJckEnglncer oclockLrnalneer
Engineer AVInker lHker in Conrt ConrtEngineer Conrtngtaer CourtEagiseor
Engineer Wisher was a aa early Iy arrival IB IBcourt tacourt iscourt
court He was w represented repreHct 1 by y Lawyer LawyerPraak LawyMPraRk LawyerPrank
Prank Moss The strain of et the t t aeeWent aeeWenthas aeeNeRt1Iu aeeidstbas
has told heavily on Wisher Wiskerl Dark ringsunder rings ringsunder riDgelIMier
under his Ia eyes contrasted coalruttMlatrang81y strangely with withhis withkis withhis
his light complexion and Indicated the themental themeatal themental
mental anguish aB UIk he wa wa wssuKorlag avJTorlBS orlag Most Mostof Y Meatof III IIIf
of th the time h Ite sat with bowed hewed head without with without ¬
out < looking up upDistrict upDl upDistrict
District Dl trld Attorney Altorae Jerome Jere e represented representedthe repreMlltedtlie representedthe
the State at todays session ses Vblle Iklle Charles CharlesG
G Pauldiag looked after after tae legal inter interests It Interests r reats ¬
ests of the New ew York Cealrfal C Cstryh t Railroad Railroadspectators Rallroe4lThe RailroadThe
The coroners court wall w well 1t AIled with wUktHetators withspectators
spectators man manB many of whesb w1MHltwen tivere pHea pHeaserB paseagers
serB B ra oa the illfated train trainOn tra traOn trailOn
On the opening of the court District DistrictAttorney DlatrktAttorney DistrictAttorney
Attorney Jerome made aa address to the thejury lhery thejury
jury ry showing then the wahiek wajjfrswhlek wa ldek their theirduty Uaetrduty theirduty
duty lay lIe inform informed theta Utitat tttt their theirduties l1teJrdutfee theirduties
duties were ere merely inquWttarial j rlal and JMI to toascertain toueartata toascertain
ascertain if possible It erirae lBe was eoa eoaneeted coaneeted eoaaeeted
neeted with lth the affair Ae tejguilt or r an annoyance aaaee asnoyance ¬
noyance aee of 0 any person or persons co concerned coa coacemod 1eerJloo
cemod they had nothing to do They Theywere The Thewere TIlewcre
wcre were simply to ascertain JlJHJwlWe if pawl pamibie We w wlto wltowas who whowas o ocrl8laaUy
was criminally liable for 4e 411 eaccident eaccidentIf accident accidentIf see19atl
If there is criminal xeeaoaeibtlity lhfMty it itis Itb itIs
is asy RlYihtty duty to pursue it aaMjgofomc aaMjgofomcIt asid Severe SevereIf
If It there te negligence eglt < eaee or Of had cl railroad railroadmaunxement ratlr railroadmacagement d dJilaIRcmenl
maunxement then the State S Railroad RailroadCommission RaUroaComml RailroadCommission
Commission Comml D will take up Bet matter matterThe JBtterThe matterThe
The names Da e6 of 0 the vkttaw Tkt and the find D4 ¬
lop of Coroners Physician Rata West Westtharea4 werethen were werethen
then tharea4 rend to the t Jury and placed on rec record ncord record ¬
ordThe ord
The The findings h showed that the victims u in inthe Jatbe Isthe
the majority of iaatoacea Iu came to their theirdeath tWrdeath theftdeath
death by the fracture of the sknlL Rela Relatives ReIatlvea Relatives ¬
tives of th the victims vlct w were ro called sad tea teatlficd tea teaUiri teatiled
tiled to the Menttty ef these killed in inthe I ItM Iathe
the accident accidentDeputy aftWeatty accidentDeputy
Deputy ty Fire Chief Carrell stated stat thai thaithe t1latUte thatthe
the engine eaaI of the Harlem train penetrated penetratedebeite eM afar peaetratodfar
far Ito u rear coach ol tIM New x xltetle Reebelle
ebeite local and had Jammed amed the pas passenger IUHDgers peawagers ¬
wagers so W6 c cthat close te the sides c the car e8CUtat carthat
that it w wne nee neesides necessary to ela chap sway wa tM tMside thesties
sides side before the dead and I living could be beremoved ere beremoved
removed re
lOMStennl
Steam unit Fog J10 in Tunnel TunnelFire TunnelFlreCaptaiB TunnelFire
Fire FlreCaptaiB Captain Fret > l t teatthcl stMed that he had hadresetted baclreRued hadrescued
rescued fourteen bodies frost the wreckHe wreck wreckHe wredtHe
He gave a detailed account of the weather weatherconditions wea weathercnditloas ter terCfHMIltkMul
conditions on t tshowing tIN dy ef the accident accidentshowing t tshowig
showing that it was w snowing and tire tbrrawas t1lo1l8waa tirewan
was much steam Btea and fog ia the t tunnel tunnelJohn t tJoitn tusaelJohn
John Fox a policeman 11ceR testified t that ho hobad Jeltacl hehad
bad gone to the cab and asked the fire firewhere ar arwhere Srealrs Srealrswhere
where the engineer was The engl englspoke engineer engineerspoke lIeeI lIeeIspoke
spoke up said Fox Fox and saM saMt wYMt saidYea
Yea go and de wt t yet yo y cam 111 be behere Mhere behere
here when be you M come eo back backFox 1taekPox beckFox
Fox sa sahappened said 141 1M asked the engineer how It ItuppeHd ithappened
happened and the engineer rented rentedThe N1t1IedT repliedThe
The T e tunnel was so Sited IIM witt with stoam stoamand st staad stentaand
and smoke ke that I could net nee e the thelights tileli thelights
lights lightsAGREE li lightsAGREE kts ktsAGREE
AGREE ON OHINKSE EXCLUSION EXCLUSIONPacific EXG1USIONPncU1c EXGLDSIONPnei6c
Pacific Const Congressman Perfect P rrcct a aDill aBill
Dill to Advocate AdvocateThe tdiocateThe docateThe
The Pacific Const Senators tor lid Repre Representative KepreMBWthN Representatives ¬
sentative Met again today and put the theBntebJag tilehl thelaiohlag
BntebJag hl Wg touches on the CMnone GIlt ex exUmioa exeIOB enlusloa
Umioa Mil which is to have their mo moport 1MttJHHt support
port They adopted oJKecl a resolution answer apprevlag answering JIIM Y YIg ¬
lag the policy lie and general ge pro proor provisions JKwsC
or the bill which they have e requested requestedRepresentative reqantedReprtaUve requestedRepresentative
Representative Kahn to introduce in Ute tneHouse UteHOUM theHouse
House and JHI Senator Mitchell in Ute Seaate Sea Senate Seaate ¬
ate This TIt wilt not affect the privilege of ofany elaBY ofany
any weather Mr to perfect the same by byamendment byamea4I118t byamendment
amendment amendmentThe amea4I118tTft amendmentThe
The point upon which they experienced experiencedtheir exncMelithetr experiencedtheir
their greatest dfwcuKy 1ty wn was hairy 11 11pesed Ant Antposed disposed
posed of in the following fello section MetIoR 2 ft the thebill tINtbill thebill
bill billThat
That frees < and after alt the passage of oftbU oftltl ofthis
this tltl l act the entry into the American Americanmainland AJHrteaJBal Amerfesamainland
mainland JBal lalMl territory ef Ute United U States Statesof aetIeC Statesof
of Chinese laborers coming front any aaTtlte of ofthe ofthe
the insular possessions of the t e United UnitedStates U LnikdStates e eStatec
States shall HaIlH be absolutely al Mlutel prohibited proI bile4 bile4tlte jand jandthe ad adthe
the prohibition snail H Il apoly to all Chinese Chineselaborers elaMeera Chineselaborers
laborers as well 11 as those t wne WM were in issuch insuch IaSllCh
such Insular posneislnat Jl8 toK at the time tetimee er eref ordines
dines ef the th uqui enuis4if loon on thereof tiller respec respectively reepeetlvely rospeetivsiy ¬
tively by y the United Ud States or these thesewho t tw80 thesewho
who have lMK coma or been bm there UaeftalMl since sinceand aisleand
and these who may e ethereafter coma M MUlereaner be born bornthereafter
thereafter thereafterThe UlereanerT thereafterThe
The bill bltlia in a aIndefinite pepemd exteaM for for11HIe8ke foras
as Indefinite period the laws Ja exetadteg exetadtegChinese e eChIDeH exeiudlagCbiaese
Chinese
MOVEMENT MOVEP ENT INAUGURATED TOllCURE TOiSECURETHE TOiSECURETHENOMINATION THE THENOMINATION THENOMINATION
NOMINATION OF OFlEr QFJR MR M 7 ROOSEVELT IN 1904 1904l
l f
0 0Reported
Reported That Work of Get Getting GettingState Getting ¬
ting tingState State Organizations OrganizationsInto
Into o Line Has Begun BegunTho BegunI
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I
TIM orawtlzattoiTotOteoeevelt ornai zatJeB > iA sJtsoeve1t lt ltpallia proaa pteopagaada proaat proaapmeticalty
pallia t the obJect ol whlda1t which 3S1Atahs a aNaCUea apractically
practically NaCUea It vaaaiasou Ieoa delegation 1riii 1riiieach i ieach from fromeach
each State to the next Republican Kational Nattonlcoaveatioa Kationaleeaveatlaa NataoalCOIIyeat
eeaveatlaa COIIyeat is one of the strong political politicalprobabilities politicalprobablUU politicalprobabilities
probabilities The fret of tbe State or organizations orplaat1oa8 orgasisatlons ¬
ganizations the interest of the aminatios nomina nomination JIOIDIDa1Ioa ¬
tion of Xr Roosevelt ftlt to credited to t Sea Senator Seaator Seaator ¬
ator Quay Qtta of Pennsylvania That TIIa gentle gentleman patiomaD gentleman ¬
man only returned from tro Florida a few fewdays fewap fewdays
days ago but It is not to be assume assume 1 that thathe tMtJte thathe
he devoted all n his time to cutting jmlt belt andeshieg and andThe aadOlal
eshieg Olal during rlq his sta stay iti In tile tileTIte SO th tha
a The Penas Penassetting PellI Pennsylvania Senator has a habit lIIt of ofttlog ofsetting
setting band a d lines in Pennsylvania PftlJIyI for the theEMSS tlteI theitEiss
I itEiss EMSS INSISTS HIS HISCHARGES HISCBARGES 1118LT
CHARGES ARE TRUE TRUELT
LT GOV WOODRUFF SCOUTS THEM THEMIleix THEMUej THEMReiss
Ileix Uej Reiss Said That > lftnaJer l naRcr of Kings KlnpnCounty J Kingsluunty IJJr IJJrounty
County ounty Jl4j nfApubllcnn + ubIIeau Jluclilne JluclilneAVere Inchlneerc UtchlneWere
Were erc AVor Vorlle e Than Tarn Tarnmany 1nlnnann Innsmnuy
many nann Ever AVa AVaNBW Was WasNBW a aBW
NBW BW YORK Jan lBut Bert Roles the thoyoung tkeYMag theyoung
young lawyer who last night aeetmd Col ColMichael Celfichael C1Michael
Michael J Dady of having Itul g compelled compelledSheriff e4 eejapehiedSbertK jllpeUedSheriII
Sheriff Guden to sign stZ an agreement to togive togive togive
give him hi all he ea eaRed aed over 1209 1 a year yearand yearaM yearand
and also the appointments aJ of his subor subordinates nltordtaatea ssberdisates ¬
dinates immediately after Gudens aeal neiratis aealnatLsa 1 1t18
natLsa t18 was naked this morning ralas what had hadled heelled
led him to make this tat charge and others ethersin othersin otbenlIn
in the same e speech against Lieutenant LieutenantGovernor Lleute LieutenantGovernor at atCoerBOr
Governor Woodruff oedruft and others In t the theKings theKings
Kings county Republican organizationWorse organization organizationAVornc orpalzaUoaorlCc
Worse orlCc Than Tammany TnasmnnyBecause TammanyBecause Talnlupn
Because Beca e said kI Mr f Refs Re these three threemen threemen
men who run the Kings county eo t Republi Republican Repobllan ¬
can ca organization descend te t o practices practiceswhich praetleftlwhiek practiceswhich
which would make tree yea the politicians politiciansof polltteia polltteiar
of r Tammany Hall blush bin They run theRepublka the theRepublican liteRepublkaa
Republican party part of Kings for their own ownprivate ownprivate wa waprivate
private seal ad selfish ends I have nothing nothingto
to add to what I said 141 last night I spoke spokeas
as I did then because of my y love for the theRepublican tkeRepultileaR theRepublica
Republican party as a whole The people peopleought p plet peopleought
ought t to know what sort of men ell are lead leadIng 1eadlac leadlag
lag them It is I up to the other side new aewto Rewte newto
to disprove my charges chargesllcisH cllarsHUcbti chargesItcixe
llcisH Mn 3Iny JII lie UlKgrrnutlcO UlKgrrnutlcOY DhogrunUecLYonDg Dis runtlcd runtlcdIotmg
Y YonDg ouag Xr Reins Re was unsuccessful eatul in ingetting JIIletUq hagetting
getting the appointment of sheriffs iJHrur coon counsel COUBHI cooneel ¬
eel for which many ma of his Jet friends said he hewas 1Malted bewas
was slated He ran fur Congress COBgN COBgNa1aoaDd Cosg eas once oncealso see seealso
also a1aoaDd and was defeated He is s allied with withJacob wl withJacob 1I 1IJe
Jacob Je b Worth the former loader of the theKings liteJIRgas theKings
Kings county organization and former formerSheriff tOl11erSttel1rf feroaerSheriff
Sheriff Butllags ButllagsLleutecaut nUI8PLleuteDaut ButlingaLieutenant
Lieutenant Governor Woodruff later latersaid latersaki latersaid
said today loda speaking la 1 reference to Mr MrReiss lrRein MrReiss
Reiss charge ebargesThe chargeThe cllargeThe
The charges are too ridiculous ri4lle1tl to answer an answer aRawer ¬
swer coming from such a source sourceRegarding MUraLROJ8rtUng sourceRuparding
Regarding the charge rgo against Celonsl CelonslDady CeleaolDady CelendDad
Dady Dad y the Lieutenant Governor said saidIt saidIt Id IdIt
It could not possibly poNt ly be true in the thenature Uteutre themature
nature ef r things as the sheriffs salary salarywas 88larywa salarywas
was wa fixed by law In a bill which I assisted assistedvery nHl assistedvery tttd tttdvery
very mater matt ally lill in passing last year
capture of caucuses caur and Dd conventions tloDs while whilebe I Ihe j jhe
he is engaged tap d in pulling ia tarpon on a atwelveounce atwelveounce I Itehe
twelveounce tehe ace rod from the t e waters oaters of the theFlorida tbeFlorida theFlorida
Florida Peninsula He Is neocoramittal neocoramittalas COlDllllttal COlDllllttalu
as to his luck in I connection with the thePennsylvania UsePeBRsyl thePesani
Pennsylvania PeBRsyl aaia hand linos line bat he doom not notttea ROly notdeny
deny y that be baa pia planned aua auaUea s ulld deieg deiegtlea
ttea from rut the Keystone Its ataVc te fIN Reese Roaaevelt RMMYelt Reesevelt
velt In InSeunor 1S 1SSenator 154r
Senator Quay QlIa 1ay IMtucIre IMtucIreIt at atIt e
It is reported 8eaatar 8 11atGirJr > Mrid ° IIIW a areporter 34tiRa 34tiRareporter T Treporter
reporter to him this t afterswea aftrsein Ct that you youare youare youare
are organizing orpail1 a ROOMMKH Rooeees It machine for forPenBsylranla ferPeBuln forPennsylvania
Pennsylvania PeBuln in I 19v4 1 Dq De gels aa are re to toudtlR say sayanything sayanything
anything about it itI r rI 1
I have Ita had BO apporta opprtIr tty u rand thepapers the thepapers tJtepapen
papers today toda and dont dontthing > i b say y aII aIIlatg any anything
thing an the subject at t thin toWtIMe HMO Then Thentbe TIIHtlte Theathe
the Senator smiled tled and is p back te the thej uegeNite theSenate
j Senate chamber chamberZVoed dtUDMrXI chamberseed °
seed XI ed Cause Ca nMe Xo Sukjyrltie SukjyrltieREAR SUfJU1iMOM uzheise uzheiseOse
OM el the Senators di friends to toREAR to toREAR
REAR ADMIRAL AD tiiIRAL EYMS BY E YA NS STAFFf STAFF
f
II1 JIb Pint OHicerx on Occasion of of1rlntc orJrln ofPrint
Print Jrln + e IIeuryJ IIcnrdttliU IIcnrdttliUReal Vfsi1 Vfsi1Rest rKlt rKltRear
>
Rear Admiral Evans Ev ife of will ill be in incommand IIIad iscommand
command ad of the seuaa IMI squad fHf to receive receivebe receivePrieto
11 Prieto HettI Henry at New ew yIItH 1 who will willbe 111 111tile
be the special escort of Harprtaee JJ while whilethe wH1eUte whilethe
the latter is la the UaUe UMIB t states Sa SaNleetH has hasselected hatsselected
selected as his 11 staff tall Lieut LlfMKr LlekfFrQdalek Frederick 1ek T TChapin TCltapla TChapin
Chapin tag lieutenant and Weut t Thomas ThomasWashingtoH TIMtM TIMtMkla ThomasWashingtoa
WashingtoH kla lI flag fta secretary secretarylTiea secretaryWhen >
When Admiral Evans Xya saas g s to t the Phil Philippines rIIllIppllIeII PhilIpptses ¬
ippines in April to be weed 41 in ceecomaend cont contttcers CO COco
co comaend of tile Asiatic ltet these orI of ofleers
ken will accompany him la ia similar MIlar eapadtles ea eapacitiea capItCIU
pacitiea pItCIU
pItCIUASKS ASKS 10000 DAMAGES DAtMAGBSAlleged DAMAGESAlleged D MAGES MAGESAUtgetl
Alleged AUtgetl Drnecratlou of the Grave Graveof Grn4of Cravesof
of Child and 3Igiher 3IgiherBecame I I5ther I5therBecause iher iherDcellie
Became of the alleged Desecration i seeratioa ratlon of ofthe efthe ofthe
the graves of his child as aa4 mother Mr MrCharles MrCharl MrCharles
Charles Charl T Altman today toGA lied suit against againstMr agalaetlr againstMr
Mr John B n Altaian and the German GermanEvangelical GenBaUEyaRielieal GermanEvangelical
Evangelical Society to y recover eover 1 1elal 1 1ei 1eielai WO WOclaimed
claimed elal aed ed as damages It ir 1rexpialned explained < that thatthe thattile thatthe
the defendants conducted a eemetery on onProspect QIIProspect onProspect
Prospect Hill D C and that fiat the bodies bodiesof IHHII IHHIIoC bodiesof
of Mr Charles T Altmaxts AltmaMs s child and andmother aMmother andmother
mother were interred there thetet but afterward afterwardremoved aftNIremoed afterwardremoved
removed by the defendants defendantsSTEAMER dettDd1MLSTEAMER defendantsSTEAMER
STEAMER REPORTED REPORT RBPORTEDWPlKhD RBPORTEDWPlKhDFrench DWftlTIED DWftlTIEDFrench rlP rlPFrench
French Shin Said to 1s 5 Cone ConeDown Gonenunn ConeDown
Down AVI Withs IUI tli Many Jlan Pna rit CM CMMARSEILLES cr crXARSEILLES craMARSEILLES
MARSEILLES JaR J 11t i French Frenchsteamer Jlre Frenchsteamer ek eksteamer
steamer Sidon which sna ssalGstl > d f be Le Levant Let Levast ¬
vast t oa Saturday Saturda last Iat wfth a e n nher num number M MI ¬
her I of passengers e aboard tr t > ted to tohave t8Mye tohave
have been wrecked vreekedat fat at Patras PatrasGreece lUrasCreece PatrasGreece
Greece GreeceSIENKIEWICZ CreeceSIENKIEWICZ GreeceSIBNKIEWICZ
SIENKIEWICZ IN T TJ TJSnininouetl lE lESnJUlllouctl 1 E ESnmmonetl
Snininouetl to Answer i arise of ofBBRL1N orlcJoIe oftune
tune 3InJefc 3InJefcnBRLl lnleatoBIIRLIN
BBRL1N nBRLl Jan 16 1SHe Hoar r Vtowiem Vtowiemthe 1rIe 1rIethe biewleathe
the Polish novelist noyolktt has be amened amenedto AMene4to
to appear before the Jaw eu pie t Pesea PosenHe PeseaHe PeseDHe
He is charged with leso leeoama ma It by r th thGoraMB the tbeCer theGerman
German Cer n authoritiea authoritieai authorltieLLnd authoritieaLady
i Lady Lnd Roberts Uuber Xlec XlecSALT SedSALT situ situSALT
SALT LAKE CITY matt Utah Uta 1 l6Mrs l6MrsAlice Mra MraAlice r3 r3Allco
Alice M JoBBBtoae JOh atoRe a niece ad ady dy Rob Roberts ReberU Relterlc
erU died hero yesterday utarda of ahrltis fol followlBC following ol ollevl
lowing levl operation fof fee apps appta ap Us
Senator Quay Said to Have HaveLaid EaveLaid HaveLaidPlanEto
Laid LaidPlanEto Plans to Secure Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvnia Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania Delegation Delegationany Delega iou ioudep
s any hald TIt That Jfr Xr k Quay QuJ should w declare declarefar 41ee1areI declarefor
I far Roosevelt RoeeeveK need surprise aa one aae He HeL Hewas
I
I was a L Roeeevelt adherent for seoand seoandplace etIae eodplace
place Iae oa o i 3Sr J at t tile PUtadetoMa PUtadetoMaConvention PhiMdeipWaCoevenden Itpa ItpaeoeatIM
Convention fat ttt ISIS it lt nr9 e efact this ddatet thisfact
fact that Senator Sea eaatr Quay Qua te Jupllible largely rtrp rtrpsibie ma mastole
stole far the 1Mtua feet act that Mr r eftPraicleDt RooseveltPresident Roosevelt RooseveltPresident
President today todayIt tedaIt todayIt
It is to be expected peete41 that Mr Qaay Q8a t eay will willbe willbe willbe
be for or him in M4 aad it is perfectly safe safeto ateto safeo
to predict that he wilt carry the entireParWaata entire entirePeaaoyhrania tatIreJIIa
Peaaoyhrania JIIa fieHgatisa cI with tll hint far farTheodore ferTModere furTkeodere
Theodore Raaaevett far first place an the theRepublican tbeKep1IWteaa theRepublica
Republican ticket in 1994 1994CHICAGO 11MCHICAGO 1504CHICAGO
CHICAGO POLICE AT ATWAR ATWAR ATWAR
WAR WITH CHIEF CfflBIDECLOSDRBS CHIEFDISOLOSURBS OfflE OfflEDISGLOSURBS
DECLOSDRBS ARE PROMISED PROMISEDEffort PROKISIDI PROMISEDEtrort
PROKISIDI I
Effort to Disrupt Protective Iroleoti e Asso Association Asaoelation ¬
I elation May Jla la head to Pnlltlcal PnlltlcalJSviioKiire InlftlcRIUqoure PnlltienfJsxposure
JSviioKiire Coitecrnif CoitecrnifVI11 Conc Concerning rnhla Carter CarterVIII
1 VI11 ll Sacrifice Themselves ThemselvesCIIICACO TbeHlehesCHICAGO ThemaclvcsCHICAGO
CHICAGO Jan IS 1iClaMt Chief o 01 Puce PeticeOXeill PuceONelll PoliceONeill
OXeill sent out a general l order lest kwtnight JMtJtIpt lestnight
night ia which he stated tat plainly that any anymember RayMeJBlter anymember
member of the department department who ceatlnusd ceatlnusdhis cqtiadhis tJaMd tJaMddtatlollS
his aJRltatlOBS with the Pollcemens eaa Pro Protective Prot Proteeth ¬
tective t teeth ethe association AuociaU weaU either he dis discharged aIacJtarK discharged ¬
cJtarK charged or suspended front fro the force forceJInvc treoIInc forcellnre
JInvc A Story to Toll TollThis TeUI TollThin
This order makes war between Chief ChiefOXeiH C ChiefONeill IeC IeCOXelU
I
OXeiH and his men Already Air a plan has hasbeen Ita Itabeea hasbeen
been formed to attack Mayor Harrison Harrisonaad Hrr HrraBd Harrisonand
and Chief ONeill for their attea attempts lte pta to todisrupt tedl8natlt todisrupt
disrupt the association A prominent prominentmember J prominentmember
member of the protective body hod announced announcedafter aRlMMUMiedafter announcedafter
after the issuing of the chiefs eJaW order that thatthe tltattlte thatthe
the members eatltelll of the association a would wouldmake wouldmake 141 141Jll8kft
make putriia the facts fets la I connection with withthe wtklke withthe
the ttM fund raised in the police de department departlHtit departmeat ¬
partment in h the last campaign for the tbesupport tlteapporl thesupport
support of Carter H Harrison HarrisonW1H HarriMIIUI IiarrisoaPilt
W1H UI Sacrifice crJfiec Themselvea TheniselreaThree ThemselveaThree TJlemelveIJI
Three IJI 8 men en whose names will be with withheld witltMId withheld ¬
held until UI the policemen are ready read to tomake toke omake
make ke their attack and who were er active activesupporters acliTepporten activesupporters
supporters pporten of Carter H Harrison a ahelped aDd aDdJt1fkd andhelped
helped to levy le the assessment t en the pollee po poHce pollee
llee force have Ita Ye voluntarily yohuataril offered to sac sacrifice sacrlke sacriles ¬
riles themselves ia the interests of the theProtective tlMPreteeUve theProtective
Protective Association aoelatloa and 841 will tell bow howthe bowtlte bowLb
the Lb Mayors May9l clique of City Hall peliti peilticlaas peliticmas pelltIda
cmas da claas levied tribute on the plice PG pate 11ce farce farceto rreeto tore toreo
to aid the Harrison cause causeBach e1IMek causeBack
Bach ek of the throe lkr men has served 19M twen twentyfive tweDQfive tweatyfive ¬
tyfive years or more and is therefore thereforeeligible t ereforeellglWe thereforeeligible
eligible for retirement on half If pay Their Theirplan Theirplan
plan of action will be to first resign fror frorthe f fllie om omthe
the force and then go before ore the CrVI CrVIService Civil CMISontee CivilService
Service Commission and a disclose dI8e every everydetail everyetaU everydetail
detail etaU of the collection eoll U of the 140050 Her Harrteoa Ilarrl6o Hernoes
rteoa noes fund fundMini tlllufJUlio fundARss
Mini Could Goes to Texan TexanST 1cxnaST lcxnlCST
ST LOUIS Me Jan lsdtta II l1a Helen HelenQoBlU Hele HeleOo HeleaCould
Could Oo l and her party left last evening in latheir intheir Ia1110lr
their special ear Atlanta far C Texas After Aftera
a few days at Galvesten Galve toa and Heuetoa H lHIWB theywill they theywill tkeywill
will proceed te California
A STUMBLING STUMBLMLGCK = BLOCK APPEARS APPEARSIN
IN WAY OP PANAMA PANAMAHolding SCHEME SCHEMAAmericans SCHEMEAmmlcaJlS
Americans Holding Railway ilway Stock Necessary to Be BeA BeAquire Ac Acquired 9cquired
quired Decline to Sell SellIMPORTANT Sellt SellIMPORTHr BellII
t
II IMPORTANT POPTd T FACTS BROUGHT l OUT DURING DURINGSBSIOx DUS1ISESSIOS DURIRGSKSSION
SESSIOS OF THE CAM COMMISSIOriOffl CQ
Admiral Adm tl Walker Makes St I Frtrss FrtrssTRIP Pr Prr Prrin rss rssia
ia g Seftisie tM tl tlTRJP 1M ki s sTRIP
TRIP TO NW YORK FRUH FRBITI Y1UJITESSFrenchmen SS SSIfrBoknl SS SSProHchiMcn
Frenchmen B Said te Be Unable Uaa le to < e Deliver De DCliver Den4r
liver to U the r UiiJU United l Stittca Govern Government Gevornmcnt Goornnaent
mcnt the Rights T rItleCy Pities tle and Prep Prepertj Propert Preperty
ertj ert > Mentioned In Their Irepo Jrepml Jrepmltien 1reposltten I Itten
tten VnleiMt Uale They Can Get the t1 e SQ SQcsritlea Soctrfles o oc
csritlea c r U Mentioned JleutlonodAa Jent1onocLa MentionedAn
Aa interesting fact taet and see J at Is Israther IsratJter israther
rather startling atarU to the adw iiieiali iiieialiFrench estea c 1 Uw UwPretIC theFrench
French Panama 1 Canal ca1at scheme developed developednt
at the meeting aotio nf the tit iwhriwa lathmoaa Canal CanalCommmuuia cJc Caaa1Commission
Commmuuia c this merging It to well wellknowB weltknows 11 11kaowa
knows that a large Jar Mack ef the Panama PanamaRailroad PaagaRaPreM PanamaRailroad
Railroad stock te held by hyAaertcaKa hyAaertcaKaaf tmeticaa a aeC waistof
af wheat are rasldeaU af f New York It Itaaw Itw Itnow
now tarns Uie eat thai several af Wits UInetJc giatcaca gaar gaarUemcn
Uemcn tJc have served notice af their the renal re refusal re repart ¬
fusal to part with their Mack or to toto agree egretto agreeted
to the prepoMII pr posei ted sale off the property property3Ia pnperVJlnJolt propertyMust
Must 3Ia t Acquiesce IB Sale SaleThe 9aleT galeThe
The situation of these stockholders stockholdersruder stnekholaerouaaer rL JrUB JrUBtJae
uaaer ruder the peculiar construction 1IriIea af FrenchItsw French Frenchfew Pr PrJ
few J w is such that their aesmleaeeaee NIles to tothe IatJte Inthe
the sale Ie aad their actual ad signatures o totes to tothe tothe
the tnt transfer are ahsahstsry arrsasarr r In rt to topass topass I
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pass a perfect title to the United 11 State Stateto StelesThis I ITIda
This It is said Ia tIN Ant street Iiinctof evi evideaee
deaee produced of t lb on hahllty c ue uePfWh theIeudmtn
Ieudmtn PfWh it ive e a dear mad title titletMtr tidet
to t thdr property y as they have no 118tol eaav eaavtrol sentrot
trot ever the actions aC eW tha Ajnaricaa arrarIpsrstockholder AjnaricaasteckhoMera
stockholder W The United Unitedthe deniesIsis tit iaa + sim simthe i iu
the Acct maintained tit tittake tkt that Ii if it t wrsk ti titake t ttake
take aver the Panama Pape Caaal Cualit CualitUTO It mast ajbai ajbaihave abs abshave
have the Pia ama JIIaiIINM JIIaiIINMIay liailraadMay
May Iay Uleelc the Deal DealaeU DealTIle DealThe
TIle PI pepositis a eC the VkJ dnmea L ta taU toson
son U ant eedt their hilitnna to tile Unite UniteStates uItieIIIMt Uabsd UabsdStates
States far st0 0SUN MM lharetara lharetarathe tlseefetsMoe
IMt the riHraai r the majarftr at IIIwJIIeI the thawhich ahiel ahielwhkk
which wJIIeI ia n hjsM > by the teal canal coatpaay coatpaayteahiBty ftiatr ftiatrtafiw Their TheirmU
teahiBty mU to tti tafiw afsr fiie white at oratodt t taw tawstack t5rsock
stack would tt ItUIeIr ia entsned iaralMate iaralMatetheir IavsINatotheir
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their entire aKar aKarThe rec recThe
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The visit Idt of Admiral Wa Walker WaDer er and er
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Sstw P el Ute caI tlaelslsllll tlaelslsllllt tb tbMew
t Mew fork < k 1 whence then tINr imvtt aat aatturned Nt Nta
turned wwa is aadea a tal tjf tjftIIIiI cif rt rf rfaedve
aedve tIIIiI gaestfett but It Is 1earMI 1earMItIIe7 learned had hadthey
they amaa aa progress aregraesRailway JlNFeMRafha progressRafhway
Railway Rafha Attoraeyit Heard HeardAt HeardAt HeardAt
At the eaaeetal request r of the Isthmlai IsthmlaiXelsoi letJunlareaal IsthmlaiCanal
Canal Capmissin S I IY AQ wuu Xelsoi XelsoiCrsawell NelsotCromwell oI oIC
Cromwell C of the arm fist of SalHvaa cI d Croat CroatI Cromi Crosweu
i I well wtlI general esaaest far the Panasn Panasnjfev PIuIIua1Ir PaaasRalireed
Ralireed Osmpesy sad jfev Ir E J X X Drake DrakeI DrakevkepsMnst
I I vlc vkepsMnst pnBliaat of that rnthissia today 7 ap appeareA ap appesrod
peareA teM before the OMwaCaahM tl ± z ssiee 10 tar toe par purnaa pre parpew
I pew naa ef explaining the IeTw aftsMttea tltuadeaThis
Tw phase el the ease has net hereto hsretofare 1HretoJteea heretofore
fare been made nuaUa la any any1 of the hear fecaxtefs kearIatPJ hearIs
tefs Is n before the th s Senate eamailttee It tee 01 01elaewaero 01aIIII ofelsewhere
elsewhere aad it it1a hi thaaaht t that th thDrench the theeKtaCfIoM thiBreech
Drench rearMtaUrfvus have q either over overlooked oerJeebcI overleelted
looked or concealed OCIIICe tMI the situation situationThlnU slblatloaThink situationThink
Think Mr Morgan Correct Correctter COZlreetSneraI CorrectSeveral
Several Senators wile haft heretofore lNretororeMe heretoforebeen
Me IIIdIItetI to 1 fatr Ute ra Canal Ca1l1Ie Canalhave
have Ie learned these fasts WitIaia the last lastfwt lastto
ter fwt b reiahchauTs bt hais and are 0 boning to tobeMeve to1teIIft tobelie
belie that Bonnier Morgan M tit correct ia iahas 1 1We ishis
has eantentlaa tedaa that it will be impossible impossiblefar lble lblef
far f th tile United States to secure a valid validtitle validUtJe validtitle
title to that property propertyA prepertySupplenul1taJ
A Supplemental Report ReportOa ReportOa
Oa the other hand It fa s add that the thetoday the0111I theCmaa
0111I Cmaa ull1 Na today about t dstfiii to pre preIsaiiBtal pre prea prore
re a appNmestal rJw IsaiiBtal IIMI report r to the Preal Prealaaat PrMlauc Preshd
aaat d ut sssltng auc with the Paaamn eswr Ker and aadwin JICIU andwill
win U make a gsmmtndatisa r en this sub subject subjecL subject ¬
ject It is also said that the Commission Commissionia
ia ia poiceaalea OII I of information which sat aatits sathole t tIt
hole its messhers that a clear title can canbe canho aa aa1M
be secured to t tCeanaisetoB tJM lb Panama waterway wateMlraclMJoa The TheCSMabdon
CeanaisetoB has practically determined determinedmaking MltmIIlaMUte determinedopus
opus Ute course to he pursued Ia making makingthe makingthe k1Bg k1BgtIte
the purchase JMIIdIue1f M it it fas decided to accept the theIt tJhJoller theover
over overIt ollerIt
It is s of the opinion III of the Commission CommlssioaItat ea1 Commissionthe ioD ioDtile
Itat the same wfll have lIa to be ratified ratil by byth byPnIIda bythe
th the Freach court which idda appointed she sheof theDssi he
Dssi tee of the Paaama Comaaay The TheJratstep TIMm Thehd
Jratstep hd step wQI m be Jar the atockbalaen atockbalaenin tk tiers tiersfo
in agree to the tJae1e Bale Then the KQuida KQuidatar Ilaaidater
tar tiIr who eorrasponds tor to a a recatocr ia 1JaAallfU au auAaaanena anAmesicea
Aaaanena court will m secant an orderMs order orderframv ordKt
framv the Preach mart directing the Utetile M Mto stir stira
t a tile pr pejy ACCoICIIas to the et r rnose
nose cads
M LAMHtSS LAMFR S 0 OWl TKHMOJT flSfIlOY fi STIYQ IY Df IN PBDBP PBDBPMAK1S PRIITMAKS
MAK1S CLEAR GTi AR TITL8 TITT B TO TOOAJA1 CAIAL oo DOTB
The Official Report on Hearing HearingSfaows H8riDgShows HearingShows
Shows Some Intsaresfcia IntsaresfciaStataoaoite Interesting InterestingSt2tements Il tt ttS
Stataoaoite StataoaoiteThe S ateanIts ateanItsTb
r ateanItsr
The Tb sta atant stameat meat of oftile M XZdsasrd Maunrd Lasspra Lassprahsfar Lai Laibeds
beds hsfar the Morgue committee r a ts tsmseraceaale 1M 1MeceIde thetrieroceaak
mseraceaale eceIde canal eaDa was laid laidof an the thenatta the thedetb
natta of Senator Suat today toda An Iaalea tatoreathm tatoreathmvea rterestiy rterestiyfetatkre
lea of tile statement is gives vea in the theadditional OleaAI1I theaddittosal
additional aAI1I acts stated by M A Isere Iserewknrialad lamai lamaiwhen e ewlteeN
when wlteeN recalled oa Tueaaay Tueaaaywhat r ssday Be corrected correctedwhat ouu1 ouu1w
what w he said wan an error in the tMrepoIt tMrepoItpreno raaart raaarter reportof
er his prevtooa testimony The enquiry eaa4 enquiryas tnouUjiand
and corrected correctedThe eorreet arswet readThe Jt JtCJi
The Chab CktabTwa i maa When the eM eMpaay a apaay eem eempaaaY <
paay failed cad went late mart a d I Ioa Iyou Iunderstand
understand you to ear that the I tatenIIt tatenIIttile tereet tereeta
oa tile beads erased creasedair erasedMr l lMr
Mr LaapreT Laatpre Tes sir I Iit id IDle IDleto meno
to be understood tiler thoroughly sad to tolit make
lit it dear That is to say at that time the thebondholders tileJteDdboWora thebondholders
bondholders coal coalinterest conic not JU to tolatert have the theinterest
interest paid by b the liquidation an acSENATE ac acSENATE acSENATE
SENATE RECONSIDERS RECONSIDERSBILL RECONSIDERSBILL
BILL AFFECTING 1 1GARB B01RS B01RSGARB BOJRSARK
GARB ARK OF PRISONERS PRI80K RS IN BERMUDA B8RMQBAMatter HlItIUDAInttcr BERMUDAMatter
Matter Kefei KefeiCommittc nef Referred rrcd tu I Pereign relJn Uela Item Itemlions
Hun lions COlUllllttceTbe Committc CommittcBrlilcRroom sewn York YorkDr1clegroolU YorlcBrhlcgroom
BrlilcRroom Welcomed cleoBletl Hack Hackb Hackby Unckby
by b III lUx Colleagues ColleaBHejThe CoUoagaeJTIte ColleaguesThe
The Senate thai morning agreed tintwhen that thatwhen utwllea
when adjournment was token tak today It Itbe Itbe itbe
be until Monday at 12 1 oclock Mr Hale Haleof Haleof Haleof
of Maine who made the tINtltat motion statedthat stated statedthat
that the committees were all busy and andfar aMtor sadneeded
needed far their work the time which whichwould whiskwould elt eltWfHIId
would be thus tJtuaMr afforded affordedMr aferdedMr
Mr Depew the New Tork TorkSenator TorkSftator brie o m mSenator
Senator appeared in the chamber c cOle during duringthe itui lag lagthe
the consideration of morning pratag buaoaess and aadtook aMtook andtook
took his new seat aaat the aae formerly oc occupied oe oeeuphd cccopied ¬
copied by the hue General Sewell ef New NewJersey NewJcnoy NewJersey
Jersey His H HI first greeting was to htt httcolleague JdIJeoIleape > w wcolleague
colleague Mr Platt It was brief III1ef bat batcordial MIteenUal butcordial
cordial Many Seats later paid W their thafrrespects tlloirrpeets theirrespects
respects to Mr Depew and extended sea seagratulattone eaagra eeasnWlaUou
gra snWlaUou snWlaUouInteret gratulattoneInterest tttlatlaaa tttlatlaaaInterest
Interest IB Boer Prisoner PrisonerHoar rrIM8RerHUP PrlseacraUpon
UP JMtioa of Mr > Hoar tile ti f freconsidered St StreeouWered Senatereconsidered
reconsidered its vet vote t aa the assntian af afMa elol7eyre t this
Ma resolution of ol7eyre yesterday reque r ana 11 11ruoa t ting eg h hfarmaUan Ms Mstoretloa
farmaUan aa to the reported exactton exacttonof actle actleel
of duties Uea OH 0 ctothlng seat to the Boer BoerHis BoerprkileMtS Boerprieoeers
prkileMtS fIJI war U at Beroda His Hishe Hk Na NakJ roea0
a0 5 fee ahis kJ tile mJIIItJ8a sent se to reeoaaIIIer reeoaaIIIer1H
he stated to e1ftnI be bealn beepiret
1ftnI the tact that nhtho + lEit Gnat Brit 1Irttala Britala
ala had agreed eed to The Hague CaaveaUaa CaaveaUaawhich CeaftatJaBW Cnwendaaawhich
which presided that detains etetlllllCertI ehth riglee Jar puls fiUna fiUnaera ti tiers
era af war should be Neat UranspartmV en Oav Oaverameat Os Osenmesh
eat rathanas and a delivered deUe red free at
I count of the failure bat when W the theaft thet thetweld ttm ttmwasJd
wasJd weld hare came far dMaiea ef whales whalesasseb w wassets wrta
assets rta might have haw been left In the theaf basis basisc
af c the naataatar UV af eosin hi the nnsaH MeIIIIIII tof aeaeglof nnsaHef
of the amount to t be gtuaa to each banaV banaVer MII6MIller b bholder
MIller er they tK y w winterest would laws area addadl Ills IllsIstrrust
interest up ytip to the tfeaa af the tau a apaay t ftile roCthhe
tile company paay if not paid paidSenator paWmdeII paidSe
Se Senator atar Mitchell mdeII naked M Tsaaan If IfeeIDpaII afi afiHBpaay > r rarmpany
eeIDpaII armpany HBpaay had had aatharity from tha Ut1aa Catans CatansMaa r rtin
Maa tin Gevenuoeat to make the ue sale ftIr ftIrfeUowM T ak akaioaay It Itolioquy
aioaay followed feUowMlaIQIe followed1L
followedYea
1L laIQIe Yea Yes sir air t thianh reegh the oc ocwaa Qbabtu Ga Gathe
waa Yktlwr has hasinter
waaJiIIIdIeDl
inter JiIIIdIeDl JiIIIdIeDltile altw Ira o hues huesthe
the q ti t ttoa asked Man rsjht hare hssesow vat vataaw Iiapca
sow ape apca warm at ha bases matt ata atato statea stateaIs 11 11Sa
to It has t uaeajhe ups the leper tetterii MAl MAliL adinuei adinueiM
ii iL Hutt Huttx Hatfn HatfnPaaama H1IdaL
L x LampertYes N Yts 1IIr 1IIrrIM arrTk
rIM Tk craimagAad AIIII open openaL aa1 aa1x
x aL LaalIIftIuI uses nothing ale 11IMX aleM
X M BtIUa ia tile direet general 0It 0Itrua Urns UrnsPaaama
Paaama Canal Csataaay He Hettec infermsa tm tmttce the thecommittee >
committee ttce by letter that the Calammas Calammasuneat Uf OslomMmnCoverrment I L LGonuaeat
Gonuaeat uneat acceded to the tmaafur tmaafurall truderaU trnlafsrall
all charges tile Senate had net yet lette agaaaliof agaaaliofto agina aginato
to that thatto COft Ma and r IIJIIIt stmtthe IIJIIIttile
tile c el 13erm won rnisemot rnisemotto I Ito
to have stated his hispromptly purpose to I see leI leIromptIJ ssnEi ssnEipromptly
promptly to tile Legislature 1 ago 8 to rgaaaj the thaprovision uprevlalea theprovision
provision i repairing injuli mi the collection at eCIL eCILcJIItML t tduties srtls srtlsduties
duties cJIItMLTIMt dutiesThe dutiesThe
The aiMlaa mot leu was agree agreed qrMIIr to die diereaatetimt seipal seipalrelatis
reaatetimt r waa recalled anal the tilerefeiTM matfiar ssatiarwas
was 1 referred to the CommKta eo eooa an Far Fareisjn Ftleeisa
eisjn Rriatieaa RriatieaaDeetbt Rest oa oaDeeM c cDecdd
DeeM for District Property PropertyA
A House Mil to provide far the thettan tie tieIII < null nulldsta
ttan In the Philippine Irramie tad l JWiIt JWiItJUeo Per PerRico ana anaDistrict
Rico oC dsdt fer lasddt situated fa faDIIItrtct the theDistrict
District of CaHmtbia CaHmtbiapa rani reported Iii IiiWItb ant antwith
pa sat i with WItbto ameadmeats extending fsa hsap fsaacspi
sap to any territory of the theStates lied ueIisea liedStates
States StatesRBHOMINATBD sea StatesRENOMINATID
seaRBNOMlNAmD
RBHOMINATBD FOR OQRONBR OQRONBRTJiC
The Ircxhdent lresid 1rel eDt Bt Appoints IIPolnt Dr J Ramsoy Ram KamuKey RRBIHCr
Key Xevltt e1tt t to Saeceod Illtna ItImaglf ItImaglfThe lf lfThe ltTIle
The President p that attemaaa aItenNIeaW resirrinetod raaaaaV raaaaaVaated
aated W Dr J Ki Ramsey Nevttt to he Curiaar cel Coro Curiaaraf rs
af 1 the District D61 1ct of crtIII Cahatshla DB iraiitl iraiitlReeaeveK lthalltssppoetu
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betweea Secretary Cetf CetfSmyth c Cr u y u XayerJio Mayor 1 A Ar A ASmyth
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