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Special SP dal Message Seni to tothe tothe I Ith
the th Capitol This ThisAfternoon ThisAfternoot1 ThisAfternooi
Afternoon Afternoonmm Afternoot1RECITES AfternooiRECITE
mm THE PLEA PROM PALM PALIFinancial PALMFinancial PAUFinancial
Financial Ruin Staring theSmall the theSmall the theSma11
Small Republic in the theFace th thFace theFace
Designed With a View to the Adoption Adoptionof
of Such Reciprocity Treaty as Might MightBe MightBe MightBe
Be Necessary NecessatyDemand Demand for Greater GreaterInterest GreaterInterest GreaterInterest
Interest on the Part of the Natives Nativeson Nativesthe
on ° the the Island IslandThe IsiandThe IslandThe
The President today sent to Congress Congressa
i a special message on the Cuban sugar sugarsituation sugarsituation sugarsituation
situation The message is isa a follows followsTo ronowsTo followsTo
To the Senate and House of Representa Representatives RepresentatIvC ¬
tives tivesI tIvC tIvCI UveI
I deem it important before the ad adjournment adjournment adOUrnment ¬
journment OUrnment of the present session of Con Congress Congress Cont Congrass ¬
gress to call attention to the following followingexpressions foHowlngexpressions
t k expressions in the message which In the thedischarge thedischarge thedischarge
discharge of the duty imposed upon me meby meby meby
by the Constitution I sent to Congress Congresson
on the first Tuesday of December last lastElsewhere lastElsewhere lastElsewhere
Elsewhere I r bare discussed Us ussed the ques question question queslion ¬
tion of reciprocity In the case of of Cuba CubaHowever CubahoweTer
4 However there are weizy wei ay reasons of ofmorality oflIwraUty oforality
morality orality and of national Interest why whythe whythe whythe
the policy should be held
to have ba7ea ba7eapecullar a apeculiar aTecuJIarappllcatjon
peculiar TecuJIarappllcatjon application and I most earnest earnestly earnestlyask earnestly ¬
ly lyask ask your attention atfen lon to the wisdom In ¬
deed to the vital Tltalneed need of providing for fora forsubstantial fora
a substantial reduction in the tariff tariffiluUes
duties on Cuban Imports Into the United Unitedatates
States Cuba has in her constitution constitutionaffirmed constitutionaffirmed constitutionaffirmed
affirmed what we desired that she should shouldstand shouldstand shouldstand
stand in International matters In closer closerand closerand closerand
and more friendly relations with us than thanwith thanwith thanwith
with any other power and we are bound boundy
by y every consideration of honor and ex expediency expediency cxved1cncy ¬
pediency to pass commercial measures
Inth6 Interest of her material wellbe wellbeinK wellbe1n wellbeflg
inK 1n flg
This recommendation was merely EV EVInK Jd Jdln giv giving
InK ln practical effect to President Mc McKinleys McIinIeys Ie IeKin1eys
Kinleys words when in his message messageof messageof mcssageof
of December 5 1S9S and an4 an4December December Deeemt r 5 51S3 5i89
1S3 1891 > he wrote wroteIt wroten wroteIt
It Is important that o our r relations relationswjth relationsFJthth1i relationsvJth
wjth FJthth1i vJth this thI people of Ciiba C CuxthalI r shall < a l be beof beofthe of ofthe
the most friendly character charactei4s < and d our ourcommercial ot otcommercial
commercial relations 1icJaUo s close clgse5id afnd d reclpro reclprocal reclprol reciproWhav
cal l Vfs Whav e Save accepted accopteda a trust trustthe trutthe trntthe
the fulfillment of which heh calls for the thesternest thesternest
sternest Integrity of purpose purpos and the theej theclse
ej 3 < srclse clse of the highest wisdom The Theiie Tnete Thetent
te iie tent T Cuba vet to arise from the ashes ashesof ashesof ashesof
of the past must needs be bound to vs vsby vsby IS ISby
by ties cs of otsingUlar ofsingiilarintimacyand singular Intimacyand intlmac and strength strengthIf
If f its enduring welfare cUare Is to be assured assuredThe assuredThe aasuredThe
The greatest blessing bleSsln which can cancome cIncome cancome
come to Cuba Is the restoration of her heragricultural hera heragriculturel
agricultural a lcuJtural and industrial prosperity prosperityYesterday prosperityYesterday prosperityYesterday
Yesterday June 12 I received by bycable bycable bycable
cable from the American minister in inCuba inCuba inCuba
Cuba a mast st earnest appeal appealfromPresI appealfromPresIdent appealfrom from Presi President President ¬
dent Palma for legislative relief be before before before ¬
fore it Is i too late and his country fi financially flllanciaUv 11nancially ¬
nancially ruined ruinedThe TUnedThe ruinedThe
The granting antlng of f reciprocity with Cuba Cubais Cubais CubaIs
is a proposition which stands entirely entirelyalone entirelyalone entirelyalone
alone Tho reasons for it far outweigh outweighthose o outweighthose twelgh twelghthose
those for granting reciprocity r i proclty with any anyother anyother anyother
other nation and arc entirely consist consistent consistent consistent ¬
ent with preserving pre rnng intact the protec protective Jjrotectlve rotec rotectIre ¬
tIre system under which this country countrylias countrybas country1ia
bas 1ia thriven so marvelously The pres present present present ¬
ent tariff law was designed to promote promotethe promotetbe promotethe
the adoption of such a reciprocity reciprocitytreaty r reciprocitytreaty clprocltytreaty
treaty and expressly provided for a a re reduction reduction reduetlonnot ¬
duction duetlonnot not to exceed 20 per cent upon upongoods upongoods upongoods
goods coming from a particular country countryleaving countrylenlng countryleaving
leaving the thetarlff tariff rates on the same ar articles articles artides ¬
ticles unchanged as regards all other othercountries otbercountries othercountrics
countries Objection has been made to tothe torthe tothe
rthe the granting of the reduction on the theground theground theground
ground that th t the substantial benefit benefitwould benefitwould
4 would ould not go to the agricultural pro producer producer producer ¬
ducer of sugar but would Inure to the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American sugar refiners In my Judg Judgment judgment judgmeat ¬
ment provision can and should be bemade bemade bemade
made which will guarantee us against againstthis againstthis againstthis
this possibility without having re recourse recourse recourse ¬
course to a measure of doubtful poli policy poliCY pollcy ¬
cy such as a a bounty in the form o of a arebate arebate arebate
rebate rebateThe rebateThe rebateThe
The question as to which If any of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the different schedules of the tariff tariffought tariffought tariffought
ought most properly to be revised does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not inter Into this matter in any way wayor wayor wayor
or shape We are concerned with ith get getting getting getting ¬
ting a friendly reciprocal arrangement arrangementwith arrangementwith arrangementwith
with Cuba This arrangement applies appliesto appll S Sto
to all the articles that Cuba grows or orproduces orproduces orproduces
produces It Is sot In our power to de determine determIne tieternilne ¬
termine what these articles shall be beand bean beand
and an < i any discussion di u SloD of the tariff as it itaffects Itaffects itaffects
affects special schedules hedules or countries countriesother countriesother countriesother
other than Cuba is wholly aside from fromthe fromt fromtJ
t tJ the subjectmatter to which I call your yourattention youraUQutfcn yourattention
attention attentionSome aUQutfcnSome attentiont
t Some of our citizens oppose the low lowering lowering lowering ¬
ering of the tariff on Cukan products productsjust productsjust
4 just as three years ago they t ey opposed opposedthe opposedthe opposedthe
the admission of the Hawaiian Islands Islandslest Islandslest Islandslesi
lest free trade with them might ruin ruincertain ruincertain ruincertain
certain of our interests here In the theactual theactual theactual
actual event their fears were proved provellJ provedbaseless
J baseless as regards Hawaii and andapprehensions their theirapprehensions theirapprehensions
apprehensions as to the damage to any anyladifstry
1 ladifstry Ind stry of our own because eea se of the pro proposed propoeed proposed ¬
posed measure of reciprocity with Cuba Cubaseem Cubaseem Cubaseem
seem to me equally baseless In my myJudgment m mjudgment myjudgment
Judgment no American industry will be behurt behurt behurt
hurt and many American Industries will willbe willbe willbe
be benefited by the proposed action actionIt actionIt actionJt
It is to our advantage as a nation that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the growing Cuban market should be becontrolled becontrolled becontrolled
controlled by American producers producersThe producersThe producersThe
The events following the war with withJ withSpain withSpain
J Spain and the prospecUve prosvec je building of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Isthmian Canal reader re1d r it certaii certaiiihat certaltthat certaitthat
that we must take In the future a far fargreater fargreater fargreater
greater Interest than hitherto in n what whattappens whathappens
happens 1 ppens throughout the West Indies IndiesCeaitral IndiesCeftrnl IndiesCejtrnl
Ceaitral America and the th adjacent adjacentcoasts adjacentco adjacentcoasts
coasts co stc and waters We e expect Cuba to totreat totreat totreat
treat us on an exceptional footing po politically po1iticallY p0utically ¬
litically and we should put her In the thesame thesame thesame
same exceptional position economically economicallyThe
The proposed action is in line with tbo tbocourse thocourse tbqcoUrae
course we baTe pursued as regards all aUthe allthe
the Islands with which we have been beenbrought beenltrousht beenbrought
brought Into relations of varying inti intimacy intlmac thUtuacy ¬
macy mac by the Spanish war Porto Rico Ricoi Ricond
i and nd Hawaii have been included Inc uded within withinoar wltbinour withinour
our tariff lines lines1 to their great benefit benefitas
as well as 5 ours and without Ithout any of the thefeared thefearoo thefeared
feared detriment to our own industries industriesThe IndustrIesThe industrIesThe
The Philippines which wh h stand in a dif di
ferent relation relnt n have been > ecn granted sub substantial sub5tantml substantial ¬
I stantial tariff rl concessions concessionsCuba conceSSIons conceSSIonsCuba concessionsCuba
Cuba is an Independent republic republic but a arepublic arepublic arepublic
republic which has assumed certain spe special special apecial ¬
cial obligations as regards her interna international Jnternational laternational ¬
tional position in compliance with our ourrequest ourrequest ourrequest
request I ask for her certain special specialeconomic specialeconomic specialeconomic
economic concessions in return these theseeconomic tbes tbespconomlc theseeconomic
economic concessions to benefit us as aswell aswell aswell
well as her There are few brighter brighterpages brighterrnes brighterpages
pages in American history hi toIT than the page pagewhich pagehich pagewhich
which hich tells of our dealings with Cuba Cubaduring CubaIluring Cubaluring
during the past four years On her be behalf belJaI behalf ¬
half lJaI we waged a war of which the main mainspring mainspring mainspring ¬
spring was generous indignation against againstoppression againstoppression againstoppression
oppression and we have kept faith ab absolutely absolutely absolutely ¬
solutely It is earnestly to be hoped hopedthat hopedthat hopedthat
that we will complete In the same spirit spiritthe spiritthe spiritthe
the record so well begun beg n and show in inour Inour Inour
our dealings with Cuba that steady cor cortinuity cortinuity cortinuity >
tinuity of policy pel Icy which it is essential for forour forour forour
our nation to establish In fcr Irgn gn affairs affairsIi
Ii we desire to play well we our art > as a aworldpower aworldpower aworldpower
worldpower worldpowerWe
We are a wealthy and powerful na nation Iiatlon ralion ¬
lion Cuba is a young republic s E7 ill fllweak mweak illweak
weak who owes to us her birth whose whosewhole who whosewhole e ewbole
whole future whose very ery life lif must de depend depend tiepend ¬
pend oa o our attitude toward her I ask as1
I Meeting Will Be Held at atKingston atKingston
Kingston on Sunday SundayLABOR SundayLABOR SundayLABOR
Conference CGnferenceOrd Ordered red for Next Ne Sunday Snnd y in inWilkesbarre inWlkesbarreThe inWflkesbarreThe
WlkesbarreThe Wilkesbarre The Secretaiy of ths thsmicois th thIllinois thIllinois
Illinois Mine Workers Will W ll Be Pres Present Pre PreentLDevelopments PresentDeve1opmenth ¬
ent entLDevelopments Developments in Situation SituationWILKESBARRE SituationWILKESBARRE SituationWILKESBARRE
WILKESBARRE Pa June 13 13It It is islearned islearned islearned
learned today that a meeting of the theBrotherhood theBrotherhood theBrotherhood
Brotherhood employes of the Delaware DelawareLacakawanna DelawhreLacakawanna DelawareLacakawanna
Lacakawanna and Western Railroad trill trillbe willbe trillbe
be held h ld at Kingston near here on Sun Snnday Sunday Sunday
day C H Morrissey grand master of ofthe o othe ofthe
the Brotherhood of Trainmen Tralnm n will pre preside 1re 1reside re reside ¬
side The men will discuss discusstheir thelr r position positionIn Jos on onIn
In the anthracite strike and an decide de lde upon upona
a policy
Two Developments DevelopmentsSPRINGFIELD DevelopmentsSPRLGFIELD Deve1opmentSPRINGFIELD
SPRINGFIELD ni IlL June 13 13Two 13Twosignificant two twosignificant wo wosi
significant si lficantdeelopments developments in the miners minersstrike mln minersstrike rs rsstrike
strike situation came to thesurrace thesurracehre the surface surfacehere surfacehere
here today when it was w wa learned that thatW thatW thatB
W BJ B Ryan R j1 secretary secret iy of tn the MSneWork MSneWorkbrs MineWorker Mine Work Workpro
brs er pro of 0 Hlinoisv mnoiS and ndother other State tat tatC leaders leadersTsere ICfders ICfdersfere letdorsere
Tsere fere ere ordered orofr der dto d to be in Wllkesbarre Pa PaVfflffl PaORD PaORBli
Pawtucket Under Iron Rule Ruleof Ruleof Ruleof
of State Militia MilitiaPROVIDENCE Militiat MilitiaPROYIDEXCE MilitiaPROVIDENCE
PROVIDENCE R I June 13 13The 13ThemlUtary 13Themilitary The Themilitary
military authorities did bucness bu ness at atPawtueket atPatucket atPawtneket
Pawtueket today todayDuring todayDurIng V
During the night a council pf Q t war was washeld WL1 WL1held washeld
held at which it was decided that when whenthe whentbe whenthe
the troops troops left the armory this morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing Capt Gardner C Sims had or orders orders ortiers ¬
ders to remove all effigies all obnox obnoxious obnoxious obnoxbus ¬
ious signs and banners and to clear clearthe cle1rtbe clearthe
the streets streetsTo street8To streetsTo
To the several commanders of the In Infantry infantrY infantr3 ¬
fantry and cavalry companies instruc instructions instrucHans Instructioas ¬
Hans were given to arrest all who re refused retused refused ¬
fused to move on to shoot down the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first man who threw a a stone and if any anymissiles anymlssnes naymissiles
missiles were thrown from a window windowto
to shoot directly dlrecU into it regardless of ofwho of ofwbo ofwho
who was there man or woman for the thewomen thfwomen thewomen
women had been more active than the themen themen themen
men in throwing stones stonesThe stonesThe stonesThe
The cavalry and Infantry formed a acomplete 3complete acomplete
complete cordon and the machine gun gunbattery gunbattery
battery was stationed where the gun guncould guncoul gunlcould
could coul sweep the places pJa es where the mot mothad molhad xnothad
had been beeacongregating congregating day by day dayAt dayAt dayAt93O
At At93O 330 the first car started tbrougl tbrouglfrom tbrouglfrom througlfrom
from the city line to Main Street Paw Pawtucket Pawtucket Pawtucket
tucket the cavalry keeping about it and andwith andwith andwith
with loaded carbines were ready to toshoot tosboot toshoot
shoot down the first man boy or womaa womaawho womaBwho womaswho
who threw a stone at it itQUEEN ItQUEEN ItQUEEN
Believed That She Was Permanently PermanentlyInjured Perm1nentlyInjued PermanentlyInjured
Injured by the Operation During DuringRecent DuringRecent DuringRecent
Recent Illness IllnessAMSTERDAM I1JnessAMSTERDA IllnessAMSTERDAM
AMSTERDAM June 13 ltReports Reports from fromCastle fromCastle fromCastle
Castle Scbaumberg Sc aumberg state that Queen QueenWllhelmina QueenWUhelmlna QueenWilhelmlna
Wllhelmina is so weak from her hol he recent recentillness recentillness recentillness
illness that she is still carried about abo t on onstretcher ona5tretcber ona
a5tretcber a stretcher It is believed that the theQueen theQueen theQueen
Queen was permanently permanenUylnj11red Injured by the theoperation theoperation theoperation
operation performed perform d during uriOgber her illness illnessEARLY lIlnessARL IllnessEARLY
The early closing of the Government Governmentdepartments Governmentdepartments
departments on Saturday afternoons llfternoonsdurin afternoonsduring afternoonsduring
during durin > the months of July and August Augustwas Augustwas Augustwas
was considered favorably by the Cab Cabinet Cabmet ¬
inet at Its meeting today todayIt todayIt todayIt
It was decided deeldedtliat < < Jt t at atthc the custom which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has obtained in past years should bo bocontinued bi bicontinued becontinued
continued and that thatthe the departments departmentsshould departmentSshould departmeaisshould
should close eiose at t 3 oclock each Saturday Saturdayafternoon Saturdayarternoan Saturdayafternoon
afternoon during durlDgtoo the summer sum il r
that we help her as she struggles up upward upward ¬ I
ward war along the painful and difficult road roadof roadof roadof
of selfgoverning independence I ask askthis askthis I
this aid for her because she Is weak weakbecause weakbecause weakbecause
because she needs It j because we have havealready havealready havealready i
already aided hrr 1 I ask that open openhanded openhended openhanded I
handed help of o ft s kind which a selfre selfrespecting selfrespecting selfrespecting ¬
specting people can accept be given to toCuba toCuba toCuba
Cuba for r the very reason that we have havegiven 118Teginn havegIven
given her such help In the past Our Oursoldiers Oursoldiers Oursoldiers
soldiers fought to give her freedom and andfor amlfor andfor
for three years our representatives representativescivil
civil and military have toiled unceas unceasingly unceasIngly unceasingly ¬
ingly facing disease of a peculiarly sin sinister sinIster sinister ¬
ister and fatal type t pe with patient and un uncomplaining uncomplaning uncomplalning ¬
complaining fortitude to tearii tear her 1tr how howto howto howto
to use aright arigbt her new freedom Never NeverIn Xeverin Neverin
In history has any alien country been beeathus bee beethus beenthus
thus administered with such suc high in integrity Integrity Integrity ¬
tegrity of purpose such s ch wise Judgment Judgmentand Jud judgmentand ent entand
and such singleminded singlemlndeddevoUon devotion to the thecountrys thecountrys thecountrys
countrys Interests Now I ask that tho thoCubans thoCubans theCubans
Cubans be given all possible chance chanceto
to use to the best advantage the freedom freedomof lreedomo freedomof
of o which Amerlcaas have such right to tobe tobe tobe
be proud and for which so many Amer American AmerIcan Amerlean ¬
ican lives have been sacrificed sacrificedTHEODORE sacrificedTHEODORE sacrificedTHEODORE
White House June 13 102
on on Sunday to attend a conference conerelcP of oflabor oflabor oflabor
labor leaders leadersWhat IeadesWhat leadersWhat
What the definite object of o the con conference conrerence conference ¬
ference is or what Its powers may be becannot becannot becannot
cannot be be learned here for all miners minersare minersare minersare
are reticent and refuse to deny or af affirm affirm atfirm ¬
firm firm any of the rumors In circulation circulationA
A practical confirmation of the story storythat storythat storythat
that the Illinois mine workers did not notbuy notbuy notbuy
buy the last issue Issueo of Sangamon county countybonds countybonds countybOnds
bonds because they were advised to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep funds In cash and ready at hand handwas band bandwas bandwas
was obtained this morning Miners ad admitted adImUted adntitted ¬
ImUted mitted that until last Saturday theyfuIIv they theyfully theyfuily
fully intended to buy these bonds and andhad andhad andhad
had made all arrangements arrangements for that th t pur purpose purpose parpose ¬
pose but on an Saturday they decided not notto notto notto
to make a abid abidDisch bid bidDischarged bidDischarged
Discharged Disch ged Brakemen BrakemenHAZLETON BrakemenIIAZLETO BrakemenHAZLETON
HAZLETON Pa June 13 13Tohn John Grady Gradyand Gradyand Gradyand
and Dennis Doogan the two Delaware DelawareSusquehanna Deaw DelawareSusquehanna re reSusquehan
Susquehanna Susquehan and Schuylkill Railroad Railroadbrakemen Railroadbrakemen Railroadbrakemen
brakemen who were discharged yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day were let out according to strikers strikersbecause strikersbecause strIkersbecause
because they refused to handle provis provisions prolsions provisions ¬
ions for nonunion mine workers and andconsiderable andconsiderable sadconsiderable
considerable indignation Is being belngec belngecpressed ex expressed aspressed ¬
pressed by railroad men here The Themen Themen Themen
men were under pledge to the union to torefuse torefuse torefuse
refuse to handle provisions and their theirdischarge theirlschargem theirdischarge
discharge lschargem mayhave rbaean an Important bear bearIng bearjngon bearlag
lag jngon on the proposed prop s d sympathetic sriDpatheUc strike strikeaction striketIon strikeactIon
action tIon by by railroads TalIr railrO dh employed IBployed by the theanthracite theJ theanthracite
J anthracite railroads railroadsHOUSE raf1roadsHOUSE railroadsIIOIJE >
To Construct Warships in inGovernment inGovernment
4 4Government >
Government Yards YardsThe YardsThe YardsThe
The House Committee on Naval Affairs Affairstoday Affairstoday Affairstoday
today discussed dl eugsed at some length the Sen Senate Senate Seaate ¬
ate amendment to the naval appropria appropriation approprJation appropriaLion ¬
tion bill lIL The Tb committee decided to in ineist InIIlst inslat
slat on Its provision for the Construction Constructionof onstructioaof
of a battleship and cruiser In the Gov Government Government Governrnent ¬
ernment navy yards yari The Senate Senatr Senat struck struckout struckout struckout
out the provision It was also alsodecided alsodecidedto decided decidedto
to demand deIDanda a separate vote ote on tie ie e Sen Senate Senate Seaate ¬
ate amendment authorizing the pitrhase pitrhaseof 1 hnse hnseof
of five submarine torpedo boats boatsChairman boatsChaIrman boatsChairman
Chairman Foss of the Naval Commit Committee ComOittee Committee ¬
tee will probably report the naval bill billto bfUto billto
to the House today and ask that tbat It be besent besent besent
sent to conference conferenceLAST conferenceAST conferenceLAST
Rev D J Stafford to Conduct Services ServicesTomorrow ServicesTamorrow ServicesTomorrow
Tomorrow Afternoon AfternoonFuaeral AfternoonFU1er AfternoonFuneral
Funeral FU1er I services will be held over the theremains tberemains theremains
remains of o Mr Ir William Gait for many manyyears manyycars manyyears
years ycars the head of one of the oldest and andoestknown andDestknown antieestknown
oestknown Jewelry establishments In InWashington InYasbington inWashington
Washington tomorrow tomorrowarternoon afternoon at his hislate hisate hislate
late ate residence Ninth Street and Grant Grantlace Grantlace Grantlace
lace at 5 oclock oclockRev oclockRev oclOckRev
Rev Dr Dennis J I Stafford pastor oj
3t IL t Patricks Roman Catholic Church Churchjrill ChurchKill ChurchsIll
Kill officiate The funeral at the house housevlll housexfll houseslll
vlll be private privateInterment privateIntMnent privateIntetinent
Interment will be made at Congres
ional lonalCemctery Cemetery There will be no hon honjrary honrary honrary
rary pallbearers pallbearersSTUDY pallbearersSTUDY pallbearersSTUDY
Recent Incident in Louisville Louis ilIe School SchoolThought SchoolTbought SchoolThought
Thought to Demand Such Action Actionby Actionby Actionby
LOUIS LOUISVILLE VILLE Ky June 13 13No No for formal formal forma ¬
mal ma action has been taken in the case caseof caseot caseof
of Laura Talbott Galethe thirteenyear thirteenyearold
old girl who refused to sing March MarchIng 1larchlng Marchlog
log Through Georgia in her class at the theEighth theIghth theEighth
Eighth Ighth Ward school and who stopped her herears heretrs herears
ears with her fingers that she might not nothear notbear notbear
bear it itThe ItThe itThe
The school sho l board will consider the thecase th thcase theease
case and It is not improbable that the thestudy thestudy thestudy
study of the civil war In the public publicschools publicschools publicschools
schools will be stopped stopp d Until within withinthe withIntbe withinthe
the last few years tbis phase of Amer American Americen Asterlean ¬
lean history was tabooed in the schools schoolshere schoohbere schoolshere
here and it is believed there is IsstU1 i stIH too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much feeling for it to be continued continuedElevator continuedElevator continuedElevator
Elevator Iall Fatal FatalRICHFORD FatalRICHFORD FatalRICHFORD
RICHFORD Vt June is 13AU Au elevator elevatorcontaining elevatorcontainIng elevatorcontaining
containing twentyfour employes fell a adistance adistance adistance
distance of three stories in the veneer veneermill veneermill veneermill
mill of C C Manuel Son at Richford Richfordvillage RichfordHlage Richfordvillage
village Hlage yesterday afternoon As a result resulttwo resulttwo resulttwo
two persons were killed kUJ d Instantly and andseveral an anseeral antIseveral
several others seriously Injured two of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them probably falallyr The dead are areCharles areCharles areCharles
Charles Wilson aed 19 Richford R S SHarvey SITeY SHarvey
Harvey ITeY ated 36 CTrcetabnrk Liweetsh wee r rg fiuebec be
Ohio Congressman Invited InvitedHome InvitedHome hivitedHome
Home for Conference ConferenceW Confer ConferejicW h hW
Will Remain Re ain at the Head H ad of the theCounty Hew HewCounty I ICounty
County Organization OrganizationSpecial rgauiza ionSpecial Special Cam Campaign Campaign Campaign ¬
paign Advisory Committee May Be BeNamed BeNanied I INamed
Named for Congressional Campaign CampaignCLEVELAND CampaignCLEVELAND i iCLEVELAND
CLEVELAND Ohio June 13 13TbP 13TbPlocal 13Thelocal The Thelocal
local political trouble in this county countywhich countywhich countywhich
which involves Congressman T E Bur Burton Burton ¬ i iton
ton chairman of the Rivers and Harbors HarborsCommittee HarborsCommittee HarborsCommittee
Committee has not been settled Local Localleaders Localleaders Localleaders
leaders have announced their willing willingness willingness Uling Ulingness ¬
ness to permit Mr
Burton to name an anadvisory anadlsory anadvisory
advisory committee but Mr i iis
W P Abel Abelis AbelIs
is not to be placed at the head of the thenew thenew thenew
new new county organization Mr Burton Burtonhas Burtonhas Burtonhas
has been advised to come to Cleveland Clevelandand ClevelandamI Clevelandand
and look over o er the situation Mr lr Frank FrankChandler FrankChandler I
Chandler United States marshal from fromthis frontthis I
this district who wto is supposed to torepre torepresent repre represent ¬ I Isent
sent Senator Hanna makes this state statement statement statemeat ¬
ment concerning the affair affairIt affairIt affairIt
It is my honest opinion that
Mr MrBurton MrBurton Ir IrBurton
Burton has not only been misinformed misinformedbut
but that t at he has been maliciously mis misinformed misinformed misinformed ¬
informed Someone has deliberately
lied to him concerning conc nln5 the organization organizationof
of the county committee
We e cannot ex explain explaln ciplain ¬
plain matters to Mr Burton at long longrange longrange longrange
range and we think Mr Burton should shouldbe shouIJbe sbouljbe
be asked to come to Cleveland as soon soonas lIOonas soonas
as possible or before he reaches a con conclusion conclusion conelusion ¬
clusion In the matter of remaining on onor onor onor
or withdrawing from the ticket and andstudy airdstudy andstudy
study the situation for himself himselfConcerning hlmseJfConcerning himselfV
V Concerning a Compromise CompromiseAs
As tothe to the reported reportedcomp compromise omfse propo propo proposlUon proposition j
sitlon I wish to say that Mr Burton has hasalways hasalways 1 1always
always had a campaign or or advisory advisorycommittee advisorycommittee advisorycommittee
committee of his own and andthere there Is no noobjection nooQjection noobjection
objection to hisrhavlng his hl <
having one In the ap approachlng approaching
preaching campaign The county com committee commfttcf cornmittoe ¬
mittee Is perfectly willing to work in inharmony inbarmony in inharmony
harmony with any ny committee that MrBurton Mr MrBurton MrBurton
Burton may appoint and the committee committeewill comn1itteow1Udo comniitteowill
will w1Udo do all in Its power to Insure Repub Republican ReIbI1cnn flep b bilcan ¬
lican success lint any proposition 1i 1ilog Sav Saving l a aIng ¬
ing for its purpose v1 pose tlje t1lec complete IDplete sub submission 3ubmission b bmission ¬
mission of orthe the county committee is 18out 18outof but butof ut utof
of the question Mr Abel will remain remainas
as chairman chairmanBurtori chairmanBurton chairmanButton
Burton Not Only One OneIt OneuIt OneIt
uIt It might as well be understood understooddiow how howfiver however i iever
ever that the country committee will willnot wIIlj wIIljnot willnot
not be oblorofgme OhlQret FecL < L Thereare Thet Thearebesides 4lre tethers tethersbesides t 1 rS rSbesides
besides Mr Burton who have a principle principleat prhiclple prhiclpleat
at stake In this matter BSveryWmbejr BSveryWmbejrof J1efYme every embej embejof nbtt nbttof
of the county commlttee commltteefVas was honestly honestlyelected hGneSt1ielected hGiei hGieielected
elected < and and they were elected to repr represent reprsent ¬ I Isent
sent the Republicans of their respec respective r re5eetire spec ¬ II
tire wards and townsships in the omclal officialorganization omclalorganization
organization of the party It is to those thosecommltteemen th05eommltteemen thoseCommitteemen I
Committeemen that the Republicans Republicanslook Republicanslook Republicanslook
look look for advice adfceand and Instructions in ref reference reference reference ¬
erence erence to the conduct of the campaign campaignMr
Mr Ir Abel was honestly elected ag chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man of the committee The members of ofthe otthe ofthe
the committee commit ee exercised their rights rightswhen rightswhen rightswhen
when they voted for a chairman Mr MrAbel MrAbel fr frAbel
Abel has selfrespect and I do not seej seejany see seeany seeany
any reason reasonwhv why he should step down and andout andout i iout
out of ofa a place which morally legally and andIn andIn andIn
In every way rightfully belongs to him him1r himMr 1 1Mr
Mr Burton Is expected here next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week weekBANKER weekBANKER weekBANKER
Man Who Was Compelled to Take Off OffHis OffHis OffHis
His Hat to Picture of Emperor EmperorIs
Is Undecided UndecidedCHICAGO UndecidedCHICAGO UndecidedCHICAGO
CHICAGO June 13 Hanker K W WKempf WJCempf WKempf
Kempf is undecided about pushing thq thqcharges thqcharges thqcharges
charges against the Austrian consul consulhere consulhere consulhere
here who he says compelled him to totake totake totake
take off his hat before tae picture of ofEmperor orEmperor ofEmperor
Emperor Francis Joseph The papers papersthat papel papelthat papersthat
that he expected to send to Secretary SecretaryHay SecretaryHay SecretaryHay
Hay in Washington ashlngton are still In his of office 01Ace oflice ¬
Ace and it Is likely that they will re remain remain remain ¬
main there thereAccording thereAccording thereAccording
According to toa a dispatch from Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington the department officials were en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged yesterday In looking up author authorities authorlUeJ authorties ¬
ties on international law pointing po In tlng out outthe ou outthe t
the proper action for them to take in insuch Inuch insuch
such uch a case The department would pre prefer pr prfer prfer I
fer to have the matter settled quietly quietlyas
as agitation might develop embarrassing embarrassingdiplomatic embarrassingdiplomatic embarrassingdiplomatic
diplomatic complications Uuoubtedly Uuoubtedlysu tnoubtedlvan
su n intimation to that effect ha < reached reachedllr reachedlire reachedMr
lire Kempf and caused him to t chunge cl nge his hismind hismind hismind
Goes Into the Ring With English Col College College College ¬
lege Men on His Own Responsibility ResponsibilityCAMBRIDGE Responsli1ityCAIBRIDGE ResponsibilityCAMBRIDGE
CAMBRIDGE Mass laS8 June 13 13C C Ger Gerald GeraliI Geraid ¬
aid Dodge the Harvard man who ac accompanied aecompanied accompanied ¬
companied Fred Wenck the Yale boxer boxerto boxerto boxerto
to to England to meet Oxford and Cam Cambridge Cambridge Cambridge ¬
bridge men in the ring goes on his own ownresponsibility ownresponslbility ownresponsibility
responsibility and not as a representa representative representativ representatire ¬
tire tiv of Harvard HarvardDodge HarvardDodge HarvardDodge
Dodge plav played d on the 04 eleven In his hisfreshman hIsfresbman hisfreshman
freshman year and last year was on onthe onthe onthe
the varsity arslt3 squad squadTO squadTO squadTO
Bill for His Elevation as Rear Admiral AdmiralFavorably AdmiralFavorably AdmiralFavorably
Favorably Reported ReportedThe ReportedThe ReportedThe
The Senate SenatebHI bill to place Capt John JohnRussell JohnRussell TohnRussell
Russell Bartlett on the retired list listwith listwith listwith
with the rank of rear admiral was this thismorning tbismorning thismorning
morning ordered favorably reported by bythe bythe bythe
the House Committee on Naval Affairs AffairsCaptain AffairsCaptain AffairsCaptain
Captain Bartlett organized the mos mosquito mosquito mosquito ¬
quito fleet during the war with Spain SpainThe SpainThe SpainThe
The House committee amended the theSenate theSenate
Senate bill so that Captain Bartlett will willnot wiU wiUnot willnot
not receive the pay of a rear admiral admiralon
on the theetiredlst retjred list This I was satisfac satisfactory sati satisfactorytohim c ctoutobim ¬
tory toutobim torytohimV to him >
V i 4 1
t Testimony Before the Wailer WallerCourt WailerCourt
Court Also Wanted WantedSecretaries WantedSecretaries WantedSecretaries
Secretaries Root and Moody General GeneralCorbln GeneralCorbin GeneralCorbin
Corbin and the other army arm officers fficerswho fficerswhohave who whohave whohave
have been absent from the city during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the past two days attending att ndlng the centen centennial centennIal centeanial ¬
nial exercises at West Point Point were were at attheir attheir attheir
their respective desks this morning morningThe morningThe morningThe
The case of Brig Gen Jacob Smith Smithwill Smithwill Smithwill
will go to the President immediately immediatelyafter linmedlat immediatelyafter y yafter
after the receipt by Secretary Root of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the proceedings of the court which tried triedMajor triedIaJor triedMajor
Major IaJor L W T WaIler of the Marine MarineCorps MarineCorps IarineCorps
Corps These papers should get to toWashington toWasbIDgt toWasbiagteii
Washington WasbIDgt 1 within a week Although Althoughthe Althoughthe Althoughthe
the Wailer case cas is a closed incident as asfar asfar asfar
far as the guilt or innocence of that thatofficer thatomcer thatofficer
officer Is concerned the President de desires desires tiesires ¬
sires to have at hand when he reviews reviewsthe reviewsthe reviewsthe
the Smith S xiIth case the testimony given at atWallers atWallers atWaIlers
Wallers trial trialMajor trialZlajor trialMajor
Major Wailer Waller himself has been as assigned assigned assigned ¬
signed to duty In New York and Is ex expected expected exposted ¬
pected to arrive there next week
Administration Is Behind Behindthe Behindthe Behindthe
the Course of Gen General General GenV ¬
eral era Wood WoodHIS WoodHIS WoodHIS
Conferences CEnferences Confere cesBetween Between Senators SeIlat < r and d the thePresident th thPresident thePre5identat
President Pre5identat at the White House HonseCau HonseCauOtis Cau Caucus u uens ¬
Otis to Be Held With a View of Cre Creating Creating Creating ¬
ating a Party Measure MeasureThe MeasureThe MeasureThe
The Administration has come to the thedefense thedefense thedefense
defense of General Genetal GeneralWoGd Wood and his appro appropriation appro appropriation appropriation ¬
priation of o Cuban funds to promote the thecause th thcauS thccause
cause cauS of f recJprjblty r jJpr QU between thaTJnKed thaTJnKedStates th the Unlted UnltedStates Baited BaitedStates
States States and Cuba CubaSecretary cribs cribsSec CubaSecr c
Secretary Sec Secr taO tari Root authorizes the state statement staimenl st to tomeat ¬
meat that tbatGeneral General Woods payment paymenttOt paymenttOtthree < of ofthree ofthree
three drafts of f 52880each 2880oeach to F F B Thor Thurber Tbtir Tbtirbel Thorher
her for the circulation of reciprocity lit literature lIterature literature ¬
erature was fully approved by both the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President and the War Val Department DepartmentAs
As military governor of Cuba CUbaSecre CUbaSecretary Secre Secretary Secretary ¬
tary Root points out General Wood had hadfull hadfuti hadfull
full authority to appropriate Cuban rev revenues revenues revenueS ¬
enues for tr any purpose that In his jufig jufigent jligt1ent jwgment
t1ent ent would advance the Interests of the theisland th thiland theisland
island islandIt ilandIt islandItis
It Itis Is the belief of the President and andthe andtte andthe
the Secretary Secretary of of War that the expendi expenditures expenditures expenditures ¬
tures tures which the beet sugar men now nowt nowcriticlse nowcriticise
t criticise were wise and fully justified justifiedby justifiedby justifiedby
by the situation In the island which whichdemanded whichdemanded whichdemanded
demanded that something be done In the theInterest theInterest theInterest
Interest of the planters and of closer closercommercial closercommercial closercommercial
commercial relations with the United UnitedStates UnitedStates haltedStates
States StatesBecause StatesB V VBdcause
Because B cluse of his position as governor governorSecretary governorS governorSccretary
Secretary S < < cretary Root says that General G nernl Wood Woodwas Woo Woodwas < l lwas
was in duty d ty bound to administer ad > 1lnlster his hisoffice hisomce his0111cc
office for the benefit of Cuba and to do doall doall doall
all he conscientiously could to advance advanceIts advanceits advanceits
Its Interests F B Thurber and the theexport thfexport theexport
export association merely acted a ted as dis distributing distributing dietributing ¬
tributing agents in the United States Statesand Statesand Statesand
and were employed by General Wood Woodbecause Woodbecause Woodbecause
because they had extended mailing lists listsand listsand
and facilities for circulating the docu documents documents documeats ¬ I
ments Secretary Root says that neither neitherhe neitherhe neithethe
he nor General Wood ood had any knowledge knowledgethat knowledgethat I Itbat
that the association was also employed employedby employedby
by Mr Havemeyer of the Sugar SugarTrust SugarTrustThe Trust TrustThe TrustThe I
The authorized statement from fromSecretary the theSecretary I
Secretary Secrelsoof of War ar and the equally au auELGIN auELGIN auELGIN
Three Persons Injured and Many Hun Hundreds Hundreds Ensdreds ¬
dreds of f Dollars D arsJ Worth of Prop Property Property Property ¬
erty Destroyed DestroyedELGIN Destrored DestroredELGIN DestroyedELGIN
ELGIN Ill June 13 13Three = Three persons personainjured personsInjured personsinjured
injured and many hundreds of dollars dollarsworth dollarsworth dollarsworth
worth of property damaged are the re results resuUs resuits ¬
suits of a small tornado which swept sweptElgin sweptElgin sweptEigin
Elgin and vicinity at 630 oclock last lastevening la lastevening t tevening
evening Hundreds of persons took tookrefuge tool toolrefuge tookrefuge
refuge In cellars tellarsCbarles cellarsCharles cellarsCharles
Charles Dane night watchman at the thewatchcase thewatchcase thewatehcase
watchcase factory factor was hurt by a falling fallingplank faIlingplank fallingplank
plank Mrs Irs F Jayne of o Algonquin was wasburled wasburled wasburied
burled under the ruins of a barn barnCharles barnCharles barnCharles
Charles Splller was cut in the breast breastby breastbr breastby
by flying glrfss glrfssIn gltssIn gkfssIn
In some parts of the city not the theslightest thesJlghtest theslightest
slightest damage was done while In Inother Inother inother
other parts telephone poles and trolley trolleyand t trolleyand olley olleyand
and electric light wires were a hopeless hopelessmass hop hopelessmass less lessmass
mass greatly interfering interferi g with traffic trafficThe trafficThe trafflcThe
The Illinois National Watchcase Fac Factory Factory Factory ¬
tory was unroofed and an icehouse on onFox onFox onFox
Fox River was blown down Boards Boardscarried Boardscarried Boardscarried
carried two blocks landed lan ed on the roof of ofthe o otbe orthe
the D C Cook Publishing House break breakIng breaking breakfog
Ing a 600 skylight skylightCAPT slcyUgbtCAPT skylightCAPT
RICHMOND RICH1ro L > Vn June 13 13CapL Captl RC R RC ItC
C Croxton Croxton U U S A who has been in inbad inbad I Itad
I Iphilippines
bad health since his return from tha thaPhilippines thePhilippines
I Iwlthf
Philippines shot himself in the head headwlthfa headrevolver
wlthfa revolver this tbismornl1g morning with sui suicfiiai s I Icidal
cfiiai Hl1 cidal jlntent Intent He will tUll i i > probably p probably b blY dtb die f
Tracy and Merrill Are Being BeingChased Being1Chased
1 1Chased Chased in Oregon OregonPORTLAND OregoPORTLA OregonPORTLAND
PORTLAND PORTLA D Oregon June 13 lZWith 13With25e With
250 militiamen deputy sheriffs con constables constables constables ¬
stables city marshals and nrlvate citi citizens citizens citizens ¬
zens In their wake the outlaws Tracy Tracyand Tracyand Tracyand
and Merrill who killed thee guards arid aridescaped a addescaued id id03C3t1ed
escaped from the State penitentiary at atSalem atSalem atSalem
Salem Monday have proceeded thirty thirtymiles thirtymIles thirtymiles
miles over hill and dale In the direc direction direction threetina ¬
tion of Portland PortlandThey PortlandThey I IThey
They were last seen near Molalla vll vlllage siF siFlage 11 11la
lage la e in Clackamas county yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon where they took dinner and andfive andfive andfive
five pounds of bacon at the residence residenceof
of a farmer named EL E D Graves Sheriff SheriffCooke Sheriff SheriffCooke SheriffCooke
Cooke of Clackamas lackamas county has now nowassumed nowassumed nowassumed
assumed command having hadn hurried to toMolalla tofolalla toMolalla
Molalla Corners last evening evenlD from fromMarion fromfarlo fromMarion
Marion farlo He is backed by the Oregon OregonCity Ore OregonCity on onCity
City Militia Company which left at 830 830last 830last 830last
last night nlchtThis nihtThIs nightThis
This morning It is believed to be beonly beonly beonly
only a matter of closing in on thecpn thecpnvicts thecnvlcts theconriots
riots but this is s a process requiring requiringmore reQuirJnAmore requiringmore
more more or less discretion and no no definite definiteresults definiteresults definiteresults
results are lookedfor looked for till afternoon
thorftatlve horitatlve Interview given yesterday by byGeneral byGeneral byGeneral
General Wood ood at West Point In which whichhe whichhe bieh biehhe
he claimed that he used the mailing maI1in lists listsof Ustsor listgof
of the export ex > ort association Just as he hewould hewould hewould
would have used u ed a directory dlrecto y will prob probably probbly probtbly ¬
ably bly make any formal announcement announcementfrom announcementtrom announcementfrom
from the White House unnecessary unnecessaryWhite unnecessaryWhite unnecessaryWhite
White House Conference ConferenceImmediately ConferenceImmedf ConferencaImmediately
Immediately Immedf tely after the Presidents Pr sidents sidentsturn re return return ¬
turn to Washington last night Senators SenatorsPlatt SenatorsPlatt SenatorsPlatt
Platt of Connecticut and Spooner called calledby caUedby calledby
by appointment and had a lonp confer conference conference conference ¬
ence ence with him It Is understood u derstood that thatIt thatit thatit
It it was decided d cIded tolrcss to press the fight for forCuban forCuban forCuban
Cuban reciprocity with vigor Every In Influence Inefluence influence ¬
fluence Is to be oe brought brou ht to bear to towhip towhip towhip
whip the Republican beet sugar men menUnto menInto meninto
Unto Into line The President declares that thatbtMis that thatb thathn4s
btMis b In the he flit ht to tolOtJy tolOtJyTmtt stay stayTlit stayTht
Tlit Tmtt It will be a very pretty contest contestIs
Is matae ma e certain br the th action taken by byhf byt bybeet
hf t be beet st sugar Sugatm men mesterday4a mesterday4acoxiferncein n7es yesterday ay iVta iVtacon 4 ta taco
con co coxiferncein terfne erfncft la Senator SenatorElkIris Elklns room room room thir thirteen tbirte tfii tfiiteen ¬
teen te ri ItepubUcsn IfepubllcEh Senators beIng being present presentmndjsflveaothers Jltesentland plesentandflveothers
mndjsflveaothers land n others promising their support supportIt siippprt siippprtlt
It was wa > decided decidedm decidedthat e < l e m that th t they th y would ol1ld con continue eontinue On Ontinue ¬
tinue their opposition to the t e Cuban Cubanreciprocity CubanrecIprocity Cubanreciprocity
reciprocity plan These eighteen Re Republicans Republicans lIepublicane ¬
publicans agreed agreedto to vote Ute with the Demo Democrats Democratg Democrate ¬
crate for the tbeadolUon adoption of the Housebill House Housebill Hotisebill
bill which while giving a tariff con concession conceSsion conceSsion ¬
cession of o 20 per cent to Cuba abolishes abolishesthe aboUshesthe abolishesthe
the differential on refined sugar and andrequires andreQuires andrequires
requires the Cuban government to adopt adoptlaws adoptJaws adoptlaws
laws similar to o those of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States on immigration and contract contractlabor contractlabor contractlabor
labor laborThey labor1Tbey laborThey
They will announce this decision to tothe tothe tothe
the Administration Senators and offesi offesias offe offeas offetas
as the only alternatives either the en entire enUr entirO ¬
tire Ur abandonment of ot the Cuban xariif xariifrelief tan tanreHet tatifrelief
relief idea dea for this session or the adop adoption adoption adoption ¬
tion of the rebate plan planCuban planCuban planCuban
Cuban Committee to Meet MeetOn MeetOn MeetOn
On the other hand the Administration AdministrationSenators AdministrationSenators AdministrationSenators
Senators expect to call caUe a meeting meetln of o the theCuban theCuban theCuban
Cuban Committee on next Tuesday and andreport andreport andreport
report the Spocner bill providing for a ast astIflg astrsig
st stIflg igbt reciprocity arrangement with withCuirfi withCuia withCuin
Cuirfi They Intend then to hold a cau caucus caucutnd cancue ¬
cue cutnd and try to make the bill a party partymeasure partyme partymeasure
measure me < sure The beet sugar men have not notyet notyet notyet
yet decided whether they will attend the thecaucus thecauus thecauus
cauus but if they do it Is predicted predictedthat predictethat predictedthat
that there will be a lively time They Theyclaim Theyclaim Theyclaim
claim to have a great deal of ammuni ammunition ammunition ammunilion ¬
tion In reserve which they are not now nowusing nowusing nowusing
using because It would not help the Re Rei Republican
i publican ubIican party in the approaching cam campaign camjJaign campaiga ¬
paign They will It is said give the thei thepart theparty
i party part managers the choice of coming comingto
to their terms te s or of having this ma material materIal materlal ¬
terial made public publicENGLISH pUblicENGLISH publicENGLISH
Dr Kuyper Dutch Premier May Lose LosePopularity LosePopularity LosePopularity
Popularity and Power With WithHis WithHis WithHis
His People PeopleAMSTERDAM PeopleA PeopleAMSTERDAM
AMSTERDAM A fSTERDA l June 13 13Eng1fsh English sug suggestions suggest saggestions ¬
gestions gest ons that Dr Kuyper the Dutch Dutchpremier Dutchpremier Dutchpremier
premier be Invited to attend King Ed Edwards Edwuds Edwards ¬
wards coronation as a reward for his hispeace hl hlpeace binpeace
peace labors have raised a storm of ofhostility ofhostility ofhostility
hostility which may cost the premier premierhis premierhis premierhis
Committee of Cardinals Have Prepared PreparedDocuments PreparedDocuments PreparedDocuments
Documents Which Will Be BePre BePresented Pre Presented Presented ¬
sented Tuesday TuesdayROME TuesdayROME TuesdayROME
ROME June 13 13The The committee of ofcardinals ofcardinals ofcardinals
cardinals appointed to discuss Governor GovernorTafts GovernoTafts GovernorTafts
Tafts propositions regarding the tbeJbiJ tbeJbiJipplnes Phil Philippines Pbi Pbiippines ¬
ippines have already examined these thesesnd thesend theseand
and nd prepared counterproposition counterpropositionwhich countcrproposltfonwhich countcrpropositjonwhich
which will be presented resented to Governor GovernorTaft GovernorTaft GovernorTaft
Taft on Tuesday TuesdayCAR Tuesda TuesdaCAR TuesdayCAR
The House Committee Committee on Interstate Interstateand Interstateand Interstateand
and Foreign Commerce today agreed to totake totake totake
take up uptbcautomatfe the automatic car coupler bill billnext bilI2tIues billuext
next 2tIues Tuesday y It will be favorably re reported rei reported
ported i rted to t the house housef huseoW
oW i iv
Senate Committee Raises RaisesTotal RaisesTotal RaisesTotal
Total to Nearly Ten TenMillions TenNiiIlions Tenfviillions
Millions MillionsTHE NiiIlionsTHE fviillionsTHB
Estimate Is Now Less Than ThanOne ThanOne ThanOne
One Million Behind ThatRequested That ThatRequested ThatRequested
Requested RequestedINCREASE RequestedINCREASE RequestedINCREASE
Increases Granted for Streets anf anffioads an anRoads anRoads
Roads Sewers Business High School SchoolEnlarged SchoolEnJatged SchoolEnlarged
Enlarged Police Force National NatioD Ho Homeopathic Homtop Komeop ¬
meopathic mtop thic Hospital HospitaJand and Salaries ol olDistrict o oDistrict oDistrict
District Officers OfficersThe OfficersTbe OfficersThe
The District Dfstri t
appropriation bill was wasreported wasreported wasreported
reported to the Senate today and taken takenup takenup takenup
up during the morning morning hours h urs Pollen Pollening Follc Follcing Fohloslag ¬
ing is a summary of or the changes in tho thobill thobill thebill
bill from the first estimates of the Com Commissioners Commissioners Cornmissioners ¬
missioners missionersAmount missionersAmount missionersAmount
Amount of estimates for 1S03 as
ap approved a1 a1proved approved
proved by the theSecretary Secretary of the Treasury Treasury7820I6 2 2Amount
57826016 57826016Amount 7820I6Amount
Amount of estimates submitted by tie tieCommissioners UteCommissioners theCommissioners
Commissioners of or the District of Colum Columbia Columbia Colonsbla ¬
bia 1076749797 1076749797Amount 1076749797Amount 107674979TAmountof
Amount Amountof of bill as as passed by the House HouseS7S9741097 House7S9 Houset789T21097
S7S9741097 S7S9741097Increase t789T21097Increase 7S9 21097 21097Incre
Increase Incre se recommended by the commit committee illmmittee cmrnjttee ¬
tee net 1951463 fl951463Total 1951463Total 1951463Total
Total reported to the Senate nat 39S4S 9S4g 9S4gG7397
67397 67397Amount G7397Ainonntexclusive 07307Amount
Amount Ainonntexclusive exclusive of the Water De Department Departn1en Dcpartment ¬
partment 9725S0797 9725S0797The 972536797The 972530797The
The bIll as resorted is is less than the theCommissioners theCommisSIoners theCommissioners
Commissioners estimates + 018824 It Itexceeds Iteds I Iexceeds
exceeds = eds the Treasury estimates 52022 2022 20226a9
65797 65797Amount 6a9 6a9Amount 6597Amount
Amount of bill as s resorted exclusive exclusiveof
of the Water Department which Is paid paidfrom paidrom paidfrom
from rom the revenues of that department departmentpayable de departmeupayable artment artmentpayable
payable from the District revenues Z4 4 1
111015399 111015399Amount 001539 001539Amount 901591Amount
Amount of bill as reported exclusive exclusiveof
of the Water WaterDepartmentlayable VnterDcpartment Department payable from fromthe fremthe fromthe
the treasury of the United States SI SI535153OS 4 4SSxl539S 1
SSxl539S SSxl539SThe 83 535153OSThe = 15 9S 9SThe
The chief increases la the bill made madeby mldethl madehr
by the thl Senate S nate AppropriatlonCbjnmJtteo AppropriatlonCbjnmJtteofroads ApproprlattoICaiDmltte1 ApproprlattoICaiDmltte1ar tppropriatlonCooimlttceareasXeLows
ar areasXeLows areasXeLowsConstructio Q1Q < V c cconstructi
constructi of if cmkitry > 3 aI J q su suburban suburbanroads u ur
roads r adsu and d streets streitsii2i Sii0 feyjjEko feyjjEkoSewers a aSewers T TSewers
Sewers 4347000 4347000Filtration 5347000Filtration 347000 347000FfItrntfcn
Filtration plant 5500000 5500000Business 560QCOOBusiness QOOO QOOOBusiness
Business High School 577500 577500Increased 77500 77500Increased 77500Increased
Increased police force fcr 525100 525100Increased 525100Increased 5100 5100Increaaed
Increased Fire Department 516230 516230National 46250 46250National GzoNational
National homeopathic hospital hospftal25000 hospftal25000SalaxIes 525000 525000Salaries 25000 25000Salaries
Salaries of officers and clerks of per personal personal personal ¬
sonal tax department 518000 518000MACHINIST 518000MACHINIST 18000 18000MACHINIST
Rogerson Fired on Man Who Said as asHe asHe asHe
He Passed Pass d Theres a Scab ScabCHICAGO ScabCmCAGO ScabCHICAGO
CHICAGO June IX ltAlbert Albert Rogerson Rogersona
a machinist emplojed by the Allis AllisChalmers AllisChalmers AllIsChalmers
Chalmers Company Is locked up upcharged upcharged upcharged
charged with having shot a 11 supposed supposedunion supposedunion supposedunion
union picket 0 The shooting occurred at atS atG atC
S oclock last night when hundreds of rfworkmen ofworkmen ofworkmen
workmen were pouring out of the build building building buiidlug ¬
ing Rogerson saw three men standlpg standlpgnear standlpgnear standipgnear
near the west entrance and as lie liepassed hepassed Itepassed
passed them one shouted Theres a ascab a ascab aScab
scab scabRogerson scabRogerson
Rogerson got into an argument with withthe withthe withthe
the strangers and drawing a revolver revolverfrom revolverrrom revolverfront
from his coat pocket fired The bullet bulletstruck hulletstruck bulletstruck
struck one of the men in the right side sidaof sideof sideof
of the face and he fell to the street streetunconscious stre1Stunconscious streetunconscious
unconscious The Injured man was wasdragged wasdragged wasdragged
dragged away by his two companions be before before before ¬
fore the police polfcearrived polfcearrivedRogersol arrived arrivedRogerson arrivedRogerson
Rogerson gave himself fmsel up to the theo theoficers of officers ofBeers ¬
ficers and claims that be shot in self seltdefense selfdefense selfdefense
defense The authorities a th rities haTe been na naable unable usable
able to learn the Identity of the wound wounded ViUunded wounded ¬
ed man manThe manThe manThe
The strike had been settled about aa aahour nahour enhour
hour before b fore the shooting but the men mendid mendid mendid
did not know 1n w it itSTRIKERS ItSTRIKERS itSTRIKERS
Indications Point to Serious Disturb Disturbances Disturbances Disftrbmances ¬
ances Before Another Week We < lc by byIdle byIdle byIdle
Idle blisters JSinersSCRANTON 1JinersSCRTO blistersSCRANTON
SCRANTON Pa June 13 13The The uneasi uneasiness uneaslness uneas uneasness ¬
ness of the striking striking miners is beginning beginningto
to assert itself tsel in all parts larts of of th thLackawanna thI2chawanna the theLackawanna
Lackawanna Valley and in intlc ieaIon ieaIonpoint i > iona ionapoint ionzpoint
point to disturbances beforo another hllotharweek knotbarweek anotherweek
week It will require require the most deter determined determined determined ¬
mined effort of the mine workers oM officials oMcials omcials ¬
cials to hold lold the turbulent tur ulent element la lacheck I Icheck incheck
check and the word was sent out frost frostdistrict traQdistrict fromdistrict
district headquarters headquart rs this tblsmornlng morning ta taexert toexert taexert
exert every infiueice influep e toward the main maintenance malntenmce maintenance ¬
tenance of good order orderThe orderThe orde ordeThe
The Lacbawanna company has set Its Itsdetectives Itadeto itedetotives
detectives deto tives to work to ascertain ascert n the thaboycotters thebocottcrs theboycotters
boycotters of business people who were werfcselling weriseHing wereselling
selling provisions > rovlsions and other supplies suppliesto su pl1el pl1elto
to its deputies and men at work In lastrikers Instrikers Instrikers
strikers places and proposes to prose prosecute prosecute proseelite ¬
cute every person so engaged as well wellas we1las wellas
as the getting out of injunctions at atonce atonce atonce
once to prevent further boycotting by bythem bythem bythem
Shipload of Wild Animals AnimalsNEWPORT AnimalsNEPORT AnimalsNEWPORT
NEWPORT NEWS Va VaTune June 13 ltTha ltThaGerman ILTheGerman Tha ThaGerman
German steamship Eapola Captain La Laioni Lntonl Laion
ioni ion Is In port from Hamburg with one onoof oneof oneof
of the largest consignments co gnmentsof of wild an animals anImals anitnals ¬
imals ever brought to this country countrywhich count countwhich countrywhich
which she will take ttketo to New York after afterdischarging aft aftCrdiscbaiiua r rdicllarglt18
discharging part of her cargo car

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