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I I ji j j Tuesday Tuesdayfalfandcooler this Unsettled afternoon aftern fair weather and and 1 cooler tonight 0 with showers showersj coder coderji ccoer J j jNumber 1 S o b bt e U VtU VtUNumber U 1itJ t m Ie r I I J IlVIORN READ MORNING MORNINGI TIMES THE NG < < il f > 0 0Number The 1 Washington WashingtonMONDAY News klPag of All AllMORNING
Number 2147 y ASlIINGTON MONDAY ION DAY JUNE 16 1902 1 902 Price Prfce One Cent C nt
J POINTS OUT OBSTACLES OSST ACLES IN INWAY If IfWAY INWAY
WAY OF NICARAGUAN NICAR tGUAN ROUTE
Senator Kittredge Refers Refersto Refersto Refersto
to Costa Rica as a Stum StumblingBlock SturnblingBock StumblingBock ¬
blingBock blingBlockm
m EEM5OF p PA Sg OF THE Th QUESTION ODESfMHe QUESTIONHe UET1ON UET1ONHe
He Says Construction Could CouldNot eQuIdNot CouldNot
Not Be Commenced Commencedat
at Once OnceABGUES OnceARGUES OnceARGUES
ARGUES IN INFAVOR FAVOR OF OFPANAMA OFPANAMAIn PANAMA PANAMAIn PANAMAIn
In Latter Case This Government Has HasOnly HasOnIy HasOnly
Only One OneCountIy Country to Deal With and andCompletion a1aCompletion andCompletion
Completion of Negotiations Would WouldBe WouIaBe WouldBe
Be Simple Declares South Dakotan DakotanWhen DakotwWhen DakotanWhen
When the Isthmian canal bill was laid laidbefore Iaidbefore laidbefore
before the Senate today Mr Kittredge KittredgeRep KittredgeRep KittredgeRep
Rep S D IU a member of the tbeCom tbeComartttee Com Committee Cornmittee ¬
mittee on Interoceanic Canals and who whohas whohas
has been Mr Ir Hannas chief lieutenant lieutenantIn I
In looking after the interests of the thePanama thePanama I IPanama
Panama route presented a new phase phaseof pbase1f phaseuf
of the question questionHe questionHe questionHe
He combated the principal conten contention contenUonof contenLion ¬
Lion Uonof of the Nicaraguan advocates that thatIf thatif thatIf
If the Hepburn bill ss s passed by the theHouse tbeHeuse theEcuse
House was wasacce accepted > ted everything eve thing would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be settled settJedand and the work of o construction constructioncould construcioncould constructioncould
could be begun He declared that this thiswas thiswas thiswas
was an extraordinary assumption and andone andone andone
one not borne out by the facts for be hesaid beEald becaid
said that the records showed that the thesitaatfon theslt1aUon thes1taation
sitaatfon In this respect was far clearer clearersimpler clearersimpler clearersimpler
simpler and plainer as to the Panama Panamaroute PlDamaroute Panamaroute
route The cost of the Xicaraguan route routeover routeoer routeover
over the Panama would not only be 5
000000 he declared but many times timesthat timesthat timesthat
that thatMost
Most rust Reckon With Two Countries CountriesSenator CountriesSen CountriesSenator
Senator Sen tor Kittredge 1nttre g called attention to tothe tothe tothe
the fact tact that while the Panama route routelay routelay routelay
lay through one counry ounry and that a sat satisfactory satiSfactory satfaetory ¬
isfactory proposal bad been received receivedZrom receivedtrom receivedZrorn
Zrom its I government concessions would wouldhave wouldhe wouldhave
have to be settled from frOm two govern governments goernments governruents ¬
ments In order to build the Nicaragua NicaraguaCanal Ni NicraguaasaI gua i ianal
Canal anal The foundation of the l great greatoncbuda greatSonchnfla i ion
Sonchnfla on clmda dam a f the key to the t e iwhale iwhaleway WhQ ivhalesastorn e
3aStcrnUl sastorn dMslqp Ql1o 1f 1fway j
way will lie onehalf in Costa CoA CoAIts Hica m d an anIts n 1 1Lts
Its construction would Hood a So great greatarea greatarea I
area of that country country so he maintained maintainedthat maintainedthnt niaintainedthat
that a treaty with Costa Rica was as es essential essenUa1 essential ¬
sential as iz one with the government governin nt of ofNicaragua ofNlcara ofN1caragua
Nicaragua Nlcara Without treaties with both boththere boththere bOUtthere
there could be no canal The proposl proposlf proposition
f tion from Nicaragua he ne said was only onlya
h a tentative one similar to that of Co Colombia Colombia Celotnbia ¬
lombia while Costa Rica had not only onlynot onlynot onlynot
not entered into a protocol but b t had of officially officially officially ¬
ficially announced announ ed its inability to do iso isolie so soHe soHe
He read the notification of the Costa CostaEli CostaRican CostaRican
Rican Eli can government to the Secretary of ofState orJ ofJ
J
State and nd transmitted to Congress May
16 1902 in which among other things thingsit
it said
Costa Rica Powerless PowerlessThe Power1ess4Tbe PowerlessThe
4Tbe The government of Costa Rica is ispowerless ispowerless ispowerless
powerless to enter Into any positive osiU1e ne negotiations ne1otlations neotlatlons ¬
gotiations otlatlons with that of the United States Statesanless Statesanless Statesanless
anless there shall be previously passed passeda
a constitutional amendment 1Jy ay which whichsuch whichsuch whichsuch
such concessions for the construction constructionof
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of an interoceanlc canal may be au authorized authorized onthorized ¬
thorized or the matter referred to pub public public pubtic ¬
lic opinion In some somcotber other way by calling callinga
a constitutional convention conventionThis conventionThis coneutIonrhis
This proposed route declared Mr MrKittredge MrKittredge MrKlttredge
Kittredge Is blocked by an Impossible Impossiblebarrier Imposslblebarrier impossiblebarrier
barrier Even if that government was wasready wasready wasready
ready to consider the matter a long longtime longtime longtime
time must elapse before anything final finalan finalTn finaln
Tn an n be accomplished for this amendment amendmentwould amendmentwould amendmentwould
would be but the prelude to the negotia negotiations negotiailons negotlaUon ¬
tions Uon between the governments of Costa CostaRica CostaRIca Costar
r Rica RIca and the United States StatesBut StatesBut StatesBut
But we need not consider that ques question QUCSlion quesLion ¬
lion for no such such treaty will be made madeCosta madeCosta madecosta
Costa Rica will not even negotiate negotiateTherefore neoUaterherelorc negotiateTherefore
Therefore the fact is that we cannot cannotsbtain canootlbtaln cannotbtaiu
sbtain any new concession requisite for forthe torthe forthe
the construction of the Nicaragua Ca Caaal Calal Caai
aal ai In Panama on the other hand the thetray tberry thea
a tray Is open with every prospect prospe t of a alatisfactory aJ3tlsactory atIsfactor1
latisfactory result resultThe resultThe resultThe
The Panama Concessions ConcessionsHe
He pointed out that the only eonces eoncesiloas eoncesdons concesglons
dons in Panama were those held by the thesew theew
sew ew Panama Canal Company and the thePanama theanama theanama
4
Panama anama Railroad Company and saW that thatill t1lattll thatill
ill the property and a d rights In I question questionjelonged questionelonged questioneIonged
jelonged to to the canal company the re rereiver reeiver yeeiver
eiver having been authorized by court courtto courtto courto
to o join in the conveyance The IawJfllcers
1 ifficers of the United States Govern Government Governnent Governnent ¬
nent could examine the title Then Whenmis Thenjls Thenthis
this was done he declared that all legal legaltuestions legalluesUons legaliuestlofls
tuestions would be disposed of ofWith ofWith ofWith
With reference to Nicaragua Mr MrSIttredge 11rrIttredge Mrgittredge
SIttredge said the legal questions were wereintricate werentrIcnte wereatricate
intricate numerous and troublesome troublesomelor
lor 01 r the United States Government would wouldlot wouldlot wouldlot
lot Immediately acquire any of the theand theand theand
and and further It would have to deal dealrith dealTith dealrith
rith the concessions granted the Atlas Atlasind AUaslld Atlastud
ind the Maritime fariU ne Canal companies The Theropositon TheroposiUon TheropoaitOn
ropositon of Colombia he said was wascade wasnade wasiaade
cade without that government being beingible beingble beingbie
ible ble to obtain any Informatics from any anymthorlzed anyLutborized anytuthorized
mthorlzed officer or agent or this Gov Government Govrnment Coyrnxnent ¬
ernment of Its desire or orexpectatloDG orexpectatloDGbe expectations expectationsbe
be Secretary of State having taken takenhe takenhe takenbe
he position that he could not In ad adance adance adance
ance of the authority of Congress ne neotiatc DeotIate neotlate
otiatc upon any subject but that be beould heDuld beould
ould only onl receive suggestions and trans transait tran81it
4 Je alt them to Congress CongressMerger Cangr CongressMerger SS SSMerger
Merger of Banking Firms FirmsLONDON FirmsLO FirmsLONIION
LONDON LO ON June J ne 16 16It It IB announced announcedhat aJuouncedhat announcedbat
hat the firm of Smith Payne J t Smith Smithtankers Smithankers Smithaukern
tankers Is to be absorbed by the Union Unionlank UnionJa1k UnionJasik
lank of Losdon
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HOW SENA TOR KITTREDGE SUMS SUMSlJP SUMSlJPTHE UP UPTHE UPTHE
THE ISTHMIAN CANAL SITUATION SITUATIONIn SlTUAfl01V SlTUAfl01VI
In Panama the way is open with every prospect of a satisfactory satisfactoryresult satisfactOryresult atisf1ct ry
I
I result resultWith IesllltI
I With Vit reference to Nicaragua 1arurua legal questions are intricate intriC3tc arid Costa CostaKica C CostaRica ta I
Rica must be treated with before work on the canal can begin beginNicaragua bcgmNicar1gna beginNicarariia
Nicaragua canal will involve in coct many many millions n llions more than the theproposed theproposed theproposed
proposed Panama waterway
Rum EllW EBYIARB ARDS ILLNESS ILLNESSCAUSES IbbI IbbIcAlJgEg
CAUSES SOME OIE ALAffi ALAffiBelief A1ARfiIBelief ALARTIBelief
Belief Gaining Ground That ThatHis ThatHis ThatHis
His Disorder Is SeriousLOlDON Serious SeriousLONDON SeriousLONDON
LONDON June 16 16Sir Sir Francis Knol Knollys Knollys j jlys
lys private secretary to King Edward Edwardhas j jhas
has telegraphed in reply to an Inquiry Inquiryby Inquiryby Inquiryby
by the Central News agency as to the theaccuracyoC theaccuracy j jaccuracy
accuracy accuracyoC of alarmist reports that his hismajestys hismajestys
I
majestys condition has become much muchmore muchmore muchmore
more serious seriousThe seriousThe seriousThe
The best answer that I can give gi e you youIs youis I
Is that the King goes to Windsor this thisafternoon thisafternoon 1 1afternoonn
afternoon afternoonLord afternoonn afternoonnLord afternoonLord
Lord Farquhar master of the Kings Kingshousehold KIngshousehold Kingshousehold
household announces that the theKfng King is ismuch ismuch i imuch
much better and that lie willi reach reachWindsor reachWindsor 1 1WIndsor
Windsor at 6 oclock this evening evenlngALBER3HOTT ecningALDERSHOTTTune eveningALDERSHOTT
ALBER3HOTT ALDERSHOTTTune June IS IGWhic While no of official official OfIlcial ¬
ficial Information has yet been vouch vouchsafed vouchsafed ouch ouchsafed ¬
safed the belief is gaining ground here herethat herethat herethat
that the illness lllnesso of King Edward is of a aserious aserious aserious
serious natureIn nature natureIn natureIn
In the first place the King did not notattend notattend notattend
attend the review An air of depres depression depression depression ¬
sion was noticeable about the royal royalpavilion royalpaviIfon royalpavilion
pavilion where the King is housed and anddisquieting andtilsquietI anddisquieting
disquieting tilsquietI Jg rumors about the place were wereother wereothQr wereother
other signs that the Kings 1lloo illness wasapparently Wasapparently was wasapparently
apparently more than a temporary in indisposition indisposition indisposition ¬
disposition It was stated that the theKing theKing theKing
King suffered great pain yesterday and andthat andthat andthat
that laudanum was was as administered to re relieve relIee rehere ¬
here it
WILLIAM ILllAi ALTS ALT I WILL WILLFILED ILL ILLIILED IbTFIJEB
FILED MS PROBATE PROBATENumerous PROBATENumerous PROBATENumerous
Numerous Bequests for forCharitable fori forCharitable
Charitable Purposes PurposesThe
i
The will of r the late William Gait Gaitdated Galtdated Gaitdated
dated December 21 1S97 and an a codicil codlcHdated codicildated j jdated
dated March 18 1S93 were filed for pro proI probate i ibate
bate today He directs the following followingdisposition followingdisposition ollowingdlsDOSlt1on
I disposition of his estate To the Little LittleSiaters LItUeSisters LittleSisters
Sisters of the Poor 1000 to St Vin Vincents Yineents Vincents ¬
cents Orphan Asylum JlwOO 1000 to St StJoephs 5tJOophs StJosephs
Joephs Male Orphan Asylum 1OW 1OWto 1000to 1O4Oto
to St Anns Infant Asylum 1W 1000 to tothe tothe tothe
the House of the Good Shepherd 1000 1000to iodOto 10 < K Kto
to the Washington Home for Incurables IncurablesSL0M IncurablesLOO
SL0M 1000 LOO to the Central Dispensary and andEmergency andEmerrency andEmergency
Emergency Hospital 1OCO to the Night NightLodsinK Nightroc1 NightLodging
Lodging roc1 inJ House Association 1000 to tothe totbe tothe
the Childrens Hospital 31000 1000 to tothe tothe tothe
the president and directors of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Georgetown College for the thebenefit thebenefit thebenefit
benefit of the Georgetcvn Georget < 7rD Uni University Univendty University ¬
versity Hospital JlOOO to the presi president prcsident president ¬
dent and directors of the Ganzaga Col College College Colloge ¬
lege for medals for deserving pupils pupils1WK pupilslOOO
1WK > to the Commissioners of the Dis District District District ¬
trict of Columbia 2000 to be invested investedand Investedand Investedand
and the income used for medals for pub public public publie ¬
lic school pupils to the pastor of St StMarys StMarys StMarys
Marys Roman Catholic Church Alex Alexandria Alexandria Alexandria ¬
andria Va a 1600 to be used by him himin himin himin
in assisting worthy poor people in the thetown thetown thetown
town townAll townAU townAU
AU the rest of the estate Is divided dividedamong dividedamong dividedamong
among the members of the family of the thedeceased thedeceased thedeceased
deceased deceasedBy deceasedBy deceasedBy
By the terms terms of the codicil John D DCoughlan DCoughlan a aCoughlan
Coughlan and William E Edmonston Edmonstonare
are named as executors of the will with without without without ¬
out bonds
1 REFUSED REFLJSEDTffTAKEUP REFLJSEDTffTAKEUPMATTERAT TO TOT TAKE KE UP UPMATTER UpMATTER
MATTER MATTERAT AT ONCE ONCEThe ONCEI ONCEThe ONCEThe
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The Senate refused to give Mr MrTellers MrTeIJers MrTeUers
Tellers resolution immediate con consideration consideration eonsideration ¬
sideration objection being raised raisedinistration raisc raiscby aisedbj
bj Mr IrKenn Kean Tle propotion is isaimed isaimed
aimed nt the AdJ Adiinistration inistration bill billfor billfor billfor
for Cuban relief it itiS is said saidfor snidor saidor
for or the whole period of the military oc occupation occupation occupatlon ¬
cupation of Cuba and andWhereas andVhereas andWhereas
Whereas It is important that thatstatcment a astatement aetatement
statement be now made of the account accountlereafter accountlereater accounttereafter
lereafter named therefore be itReSolc4 it itResolved ItRcsolve
Resolved That the Secretary of War Warbe Warbe ar arbe
be and Is hereby directed to send to the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate the following followingA
A full Itemized ata staturnent + sznent of all pay payments paymentE payments ¬
ments made out of Cnban funds to any anypersons anycrsonB anycrsons
persons crsonB or corporatons corporatII > Dt > if 1 any for the thepurpose tbepurpose thepurpose
purpose of promoting reciprocity be between between between ¬
tween the United States and Cuba at atany atany atany
any time during durin the military occupation occupationor
or Cuba by the United States and wheth whether whcthr whethtr ¬
er r such payments were authorized or orapproved orapproved orapproved
approved by the Secretary of War WarImmediate Warimmediate VarImeoolate
Immediate consideration was asked askedfor askedfor askedfor
for forUpon Upon objection by Mr Ill Kean the reso resolution TCSOlction resolutlon ¬
lution went ent over overThe oorThe overThe
The London dock bill that has been beenirregularly beenirregu12rly beenirregularly
irregularly considered for many days dayswas dayswas j jwas
was then taken up
MAY IAYAEAISTBON ABANDON CUBAN CUBAIEECIPBQCIT CUBANREGIPRO CUBANIIECIPRO
EECIPBQCIT REGIPRO GITYFIGHT GITYFIGHTReport CITY IffiHT IffiHTReport FifiRTReport
Report That Matter May GoOver Go GoOver GoOver
Over to Next Session SessionThe
The Cuban reciprocity question was as a atopic atopic atopic
topic uppermost in the minds of a anumber anumber
number of official callers at the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House this morning morningSenators morningSenators
Senators Dietrich and Millard of Ne Nebraska Xebraska ¬
braska braskawere were among the early callers callersand callersand
and had a conference with the Presi President President ¬
dent The first named nan1 d Senator has been beenan beenan
an ardent supporter of the Administra Administration Administration Administration ¬
tion in the entire course of the Phillp Phillpuino PhlIlpulno Phiiipuino
uino inquiry by the Snate committee committeeand committeeand committeeand
and his support of the President on the theCuban theCuban j jCuban
Cuban question is likewise expected ul ultimately iiitlmateiy ¬
timately despite the fact that the beet beetsugar beetsugar
sugar interests In his part of the coun country country country ¬
try are especially strong strongSenators otrongSenators
Senators Quarles of Wisconsin Fair Fairbanks Fairbanks ¬
banks of Indiana and Patterson of ofColorado ofColorado
Colorado disclaimed any political im importance irnportance ¬
portance attaching to their calls today todaybut toda todaybut
but their interest in the settlement of ofthe ofthe
the Cuban question Is regarded as not notInconsiderable notinconsiderable
Inconsiderable Incon slderable Senator Scott of West WestVirginia W VestVirginia st
Virginia who was passing through the theWhite theWhite theWhIte
White House portecochere as they hap happened h1ppened happened ¬
pened to be leaving commented commentedtace commentedtaceliously face facetiously facetlously ¬
tiously on 0 n the interest of Senators in inmaking Inmaking Inmaking
making such early calls at the White WhiteHouse WhiteHousc WhiteHouse
House HouseAccording HouscAccordIng HouseAccording
According to a report current In the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House this thl morning the Republican RepublicanSenators RepublicanSenatorE
Senators Intend postponing considera consideration consideration ¬
tion of the Cuban reciprocity bill until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the next session rather ath r than open up upthe up upthe
the entire tariff subject which whl h the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic Senators threaten tbreatentodo to do if ifthe Ifthe Ifthe
the Cuban bill is pressed pres d
PLOT TO ASSASSINATE ASSASSINATEEMPEEOS ASSASSINATEEMPEROR A3AgINATEEIIIPERORFIIA
EMPEROR EIIIPERORFIIA Mil JOSH JOSHTailor JOSEFTailor JOEFTailor
Tailor Alloted Task by Anar Anarchists Ararchi Acarchists ¬
chists chi ts Has Disappeared DisappearedVIENNA
VIENNA June 1C 16An An anarchist anar hfst plot plottc plottc plottc
tc assassinate Emperor Franz Josef Josefhas Josehas J sef sefhas
has been discovered A Trieste tailor tailorwho tanotwho tailorwho
who was allotted the task has disap disappeared disnppen disappeared ¬
peared pearedThe pen pearedThe red redThe
The police are In a fever of apprehen apprehension apprehension apprehensian ¬
sion as is the Emperor disdains to accept accepta
a close guard and dally drives from fromSchoenbrun fromSchoenbrun fromSchoenbrun
Schoenbrun to the palace Jn Vienna in inan hian Inan
an open carriage His majesty passes passesthrough passesthrough passesthrough
through crowded streets str ots and is an easy easytarget easytarget as7 as7target
target for an assassins bullet bulletThe bulletThe
The detective force has been strength strengthened strengthened strengthcited ¬
I ened
for the new republic These remarks remarksrre remaritc remaritcre rernarimare
are re not made mndepublli publi but > ut It Is said that thatthey thattbey thatthey
they were of the warmest and heartiest heartiestnature heartiestnature heartiestnature
nature and alluded to the persona personafriendship personal personalfrlends personaifriends1ip
friendship frlends Jp of the President with both bothQuosada bothQuesada bothQuesada
Quesada and nd President Presl Presfdentj I Palma PalmaThe PalmaThe
The presentation presentn tlon speech s speech eech and an reply replywere replywere replywere
were were as followo followoSenor fon followaSenor wj wjScnor
Senor Qnesadafs Qt1esada s Remarks RemarksMr Remarks1r RemarksMr
Mr 1r President t I have hJve hdve the high honor honorof honorof honorof
of handing you the letter ltter which accrcd accrcdi aecredits
i i Its me near your Government as Envoy Envoyi Envoyextraordinary
i extraordinary and minister plenlpo plenlpoi plenlpotentlaryo plenipotentiary
i tentlary tentlaryo of the republic of Cuba CubaIt CubaIt
I It gives me pleasure to transmit to toyour toyour toyour
your excellency th the most cordial greet greeting greetIng greeting ¬
ing of the president Tomas Estrada EstradaPalma EstradaPalma EstradaPalma
Palma and his fervent vows ows for or the thecontinued thecontinued thecontinued
continued welfare and prosperity of the theUnited thenited theUnited
United nited States StatesFaithfully StatesFaithfully StatesFaithfully
Faithfully interpreting interpr tlng the sentiments sentimentsof scnUmentof
of the Cuban people It Is his hisd desire desirethat dasirethat lrc lrcthat
that the relations between the two twocountries toccuntriel twocountries
countries strengthened by new ties of ofmutual olmutual ofmutual
mutual commercial InteJests Inte egts shall be beevery beevery beevery
every day closer and friendlier as they theyshould theyshould
should be in any case elise by reason of ofthe ofnoble ofthe
the noble and disinterested conduct of ofthe Ofthe ofthe
the American Amerl m i people peopleMy eople eopleMy
My 1y constant aim Mr President will wIllm
m
JIPUTIES PURSUED PURSUEDi
i I BY mm I A1iN smm smmNumber STRIKER STRIKERqmber TRIKER TRIKERNumber
Number qmber of Shots Fired But ButNo ButNo ButV
V No One Injured InjuredOLD
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OLD FORGE Pa June 16 1GA A desj desjperate des desierate
I perate encounter between a score of ofdeputies ofldepuUcs ofileputies
deputies employed at the William A Acolliery Acolliery
I colliery of the jjehlgh te Lehigh lgh and Wllkesbarre Wl1kesba WiikesbarrCoal i iCoal j jCoal
Coal Company a this place and 200 200armed 200armed
armed Italian strikers occurred here at
11 oclock last night Ight At least twenty twentyshots twentyshots twentyshots
shots were fired but so far as al known knownno knownno knownno
no one was hurt hurtFor j iFor
For some unknown reason the depu deputies depu deputies dep depties ¬
ties left the colliery just before mid midright midTight midright
right and started to walk toward Tooles ToolesHotel ToolesHotel ToolesHotei
Hotel The Italians heard that they de deserted deserted deserted ¬
serted the mine and many seized shot shotguns shotfouns shotguns ¬
guns and pistols and pursued the theguards thego1ards thegiards
guards The latter when apprised of oftheir oftheir ottheir
their danger started on a run for the thewoods thEwootis thewoods
woods back of the town the Italians In Inhot inhot luhot
hot pursuit pursuitAs pursuitAs pursuitAs
As the deputies were scattering In the thedarkness thedarkness thedarkness
darkness the Italians Bred upon them themwith themwith themwith
with pistols and rifles and the guards guardsreturned guardsreturned guardsreturned
returned the fire The colliery Is today todaywithout todaywithout todaywithout
without protection and the whereabouts whereaboutsof w ereabouts ereaboutsof
of the deputies Is unknown unknownWILKESBARRE unknQn1VILKESBARRE unknownWILKESBARRE
WILKESBARRE Pa June 16 l6Ev l6Every 16Evcry Ev Every ¬
ery labor organization In the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Is in sympathy with the striking strikinganthracite strIkinganthracite strikinganthracite
anthracite miners because it is Is the theavowed theavowed theavowed
avowed intention of o operators to break breakup breakup breakup
up the miners union and this would be bea bea bea
a severe blow at all organized labor laborThis laborThis laborThis
This statement was made this morning morningby morningby morningby
by Jasper Clark of Toledo Ohio presi president presldontor president ¬
dent dontor of the International Team Drivers DriversAssociation DriversAssociation DriversAssociation
Association who Is here conferring to today ¬
day with PresidentMitchell President Mltchen With him himIs himis himIs
Is Dennis Connell Pennsylvania State Stateorganizer Statecrganizer Statecrganizer
crganizer of o the Teamsters Union UnionMISS UnionMISS UnionMISS
MISS MABEL HANNA TO TOBE TOBE TOV TOBE
BE MARRIED TODAY TODAYWeds TODAYWeds TODAYWeds
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Weds Mr Harry Parsons at Home of ofHer ofHer ofHer
Her Father in Cleveland ClevelandCLEVELAND ClevelandCLEVELAND ClevelandCLEVELAND
CLEVELAND Ohio June 16 16Miss 16MissMabel Miss MissMabol
Mabol abcl Hanna eldest daughter of Son Senator Scnator Sonator ¬
ator and Mrs Hanna will be married marriedthis marriedthis marriedthis
this afternoon at 430 oclock to Mr MrHarry MrHarry MrHarry
Harry Parsons The RL Rev W V B BLeonard BLeonard BLeonard
Leonard Bishop of Ohio will officiate officiateThe officiateThe officiateThe
The ceremony will be performed at the thehome thehome thehome
home of Senator Hanna on Lake Ave Avenue Avenue Arenue ¬
nue nueThis
This evening Mr and Mrs Parsons Parsonswill Parsonswill Parsonswill
will leave Cleveland for Sault Ste Ma Marie 1130rIe Mane ¬
rie ne where they will spend a few months monthsat monthsat monthsat
at the summer home of the bride In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the fall they will return to Cleveland Clevelandxvhere Clevelandwhere Clevelandwhere
where Mr r Parsons will be engaged in inbusiness inbusiness Inbusiness
business In the office of Senator Hanna HannaAll HannaAU HannaAll
All day today presents were pouring pouringinto pouringInto pouringinto
into the Hanna Hann home and several rooms roomswere roomswere roomswore
were set aside asill to accommodate them themCONFERENCE themCONFERENCE themCONFERENCE
CONFERENCE ON NAVAL NAVALAPPROPRIATION NAVALAPPROPRIATION NAVALAPPROPRIATION
APPROPRIATION BILL BILLThe BILLTbe BILLThe
The House today disagreed to the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate amendments to the naval ap appropriation appropriation appropriation ¬
propriation bill and mdasked asked for a confer conference conference conferonce ¬
ence Messrs lf sr8 Foss Dayton and Meyer Meyerwere Meyerwere leyerwete
were appointed conferees on the part of ofthe ofthe oftheHouse
the theHouse House House
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EXCISE BOARD REPLIES REPLIESrO REPLIESrOATTACK TO TOATTACK TOATTACK
ATTACK ON SUNDAY SUNDAYCLUBS CLUBS
A V
I MR CUNNINGHAM CHARGES THAT THATTHE THATTHE THATTHE
THE CLUBS CL UBS ARE IMPROPERLY Y RUN RUNThe RU1VThe RUNThe
The Excise xcise Board through its clerk c1erky today toda sent nt a report to the Dis District District ¬
trict Commissioners on the the charges < made by Mr J JF P Cunningham Cunninghamtbnt I
tbnt clubs in it the District are improperly run The board denies the thecharges thecharges I
charges declaring dccl ng that no remonstrances remonStrnmes hare been received roceicclaml and police policeand polieand policeand
and inspectors reports made many times a year do not show a condi condition ondi ondition ¬
tion of affairs as represented by Mr Cunningham CunninghamV I
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NEW CUBAN MINISTER FORMALLY FORMALLYPRESENTED FORMALLYPRESLWTED Y YPRES
PRESENTED PRES WTED TO PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTExpressions ROOSEVELTExpressions ROOSEVEIT ROOSEVEITExpressions
Expressions of Desire Foz Fo oz Stronger Ties of Friendship FriendslzipBelween Between the IheTwo Two Republics RepublicsCordial RepublicsCordial RepublicsCordial
Cordial Response to Senor Oaesadas Address on Behalf of the People Peopleof Peopleof Peopleof
of Ire Je Isand IslandSigrnfzcanl Significant Additions to the Speeches
The first minister of therejnlbUc the republic of ofCuba ofCuba ofCuba
Cuba to the United States StatesScnorGon StatesScnorGonzalo StatesSenor Senor Gon Gonzalo Gonsub
zalo sub dcQuesada deQu dcQucmdawas gndawas was formally formallypresentell formallypresentellto presented presentedto
to the President > this morning by Secre Secretary Secretary Seeretary ¬
tary Hay The ceremony i was of espe especial espccial espocial ¬
cial moment Not only does dob it mark the theactual the he heactual
I Ictual
actual ctual beginning l > of a a new ncj republic but butit butIt butit
it terminates the endingof endinjJoc a period of ofthirty ofthirty ofthirty
thirty enrs of strife by the people of ofCuba ofCuba ofCuba
Cuba lor the Independence independEince which they theyhave theyhav theyhave
have hav finally obtained obtainedI obtainedmaln I mainly maln y through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the good offices of the Government o othe or orthe ofthe
the United States StatesAbout StatesAbout StatesAbout
About thirty years ago Secretary Hay Haythen Haythen Haythen
then secretary of the United States le legation legation legatiou ¬
gation at Madrid Spain SpalnpartIc1 participated ated in insecret insecret insecret
secret negotiations vnder nderwhose nder whose terms termsCuba termsCuba termsCuba
Cuba was to be giver giv x her freedom from fromSpanish fromSpinlstJ fromSpanish
Spanish sovereignty by the payment of ofabout oCnbout ofabout
about 160000000 Teat was In Grants GrantsAdministration GrantsAdmlnstration GrantsAdminIstration
Administration AdministrationPresidents AdmlnstrationPr AdminIstrationPresidents
Presidents Pr idents Informal ImGnD < il Speech SpeechSo
So this morning It seemed fitting that thatto thatto thatto
to the cold words of his official address addressPresident addressPresident addressPresident
President Roosevelt should l hould add an in informal Informal informal ¬
formal speech expressing presshlg his hfsloodwill hfsloodwill2nd goodwill goodwilland goodwilland
and his hopes for a successful future
WANTS CUBAN c UBAN MATTER MATERMr MATTERROtB
r f < l ROtB l7dD1EtT JE > EDl111Jb ED T TOTE g l 0011tl 0011tlI B E 9TnM T T 01W 01WV
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Mr Teller Te ler Takes the Initia Initiative Initiative Initiative ¬
tive in the Senate by Introd In Ini Introd
i i traducing trod cing a Resolution ResolutionCalling ResolutionCalling ResolutionCalling
Calling for a Full Itemiz Itemized Itemized Itemized
ed Statement of All Pay Payments Payments Payments ¬
ments Out of the Insular InsularFunds InsularFunds InsularFunds
Funds for the Purpose of ofPromoting ofPromoting ofPromoting
Promoting Reciprocity ReciprocityThe
The Senate met this morning an anhour anhourearlier hour hourearlier hourearlier
earlier than customary It will continue continueto
to do so during the next three days of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the interoceanic canal struggle struggleThe struggleThe struggleThe
The routine morning business con consumed consumed consumed ¬
sumed just five minutes Including the theopening theopening theopening
opening prayer There were one dozen dozesSenators dozenSenators dozenSenators
Senators and three palmleaf fans in inevidence incldence Iaevidence
evidence cldenceYr I IMr IMr
Mr Teller who has been leading the thefight thefight thelight
fight against the Cuban reciprocity reciprocitymeasure reciprocitymeasureaivocated reciprocitymeasure
measure measureaivocated advocated by the Administra Administration Administration Administraaba ¬
tion introduced the following resolu resolutions resolutions resolutions ¬
tions tionsWhereas
Whereas It seems Sf IIl Impracticable to toprepare toprepare toprepare
prepare during this session of Congress Congressan
an Itemized statement showing the col collections collecUcns collectlrns ¬
lections and disbursements disburs nents of all funds
be to do all that Is jpossibio in order orderthat orderthat orderthat
that the harmony and fraternity btj btjtween b btween
tween the greatest nation o of America Americaand mcrkaand nerka nerkaand
and the youngest shall be as lasting as hawill aswill asv1l1
will be eternal etornaltbe the cult for the memory memoryof memoryof memoryof
of those who po shed their blood that thatCuba thatCuba thatCuba
Cuba might mfg t be ras cl1Sohe as she is today a free frteand frtieand freeand
and Independent IDdC endent nation cationMr I nationrfr atlcnMr
Mr Roosevelts Formal Reply EeplyThe R ReplyThe ply plyThe
The Presidents formal reply was as asfollows asoJlows asfollows
follows followsMr followsMr oJlows11r
Mr Minister It Is with great pleas pleasure p pleasnrc ea eaura ¬
ure that I receive from your hands ihe iheletter l he heletter e eletter
letter of his excellency the President Presidentof PrnsldcItof
of Cuba accrediting you as envoy extra extraordinary extr extrordInary extrgordinary ¬
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary
from Cuba to the United States and ac acknowledge aelrnowledge acknowledge ¬
knowledge the presidents cordial greet greeting grectInr greetlag ¬
lag ingYou
You may assure him that I 1 shall omit omitno omItno omitno
no opportunity to draw closer the spe spesial spesial apesial
sial ties of friendship and association associationwhich ass associationwhich iatlon iatlonwblch
which already unite the thcpccples peoples of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and of the th republic of ofCuba oCCuba ofCuba
Cuba CubaI V VI
I cordially eordtallYtelccme welcome you Mr Min Minister MiiiIster Iin Iinister ¬
ister to this Capital Cnplt l and am confident confidentthat confidentthat confidentthat
that your residence here will ii1 materially materiallycontribute materhll1yontiibute materiallycontribute
contribute ontiibute to the good relations r l tlons which whichboth whichbotb whichboth
both governments are anxious anxious to man manaln rna man4am n naln
4am aln
Baron Shibusawa Present Presented Pres Presented nt nted ¬
ed at the White House HousePLEASED HousePLEASED HousePLEASED
PLEASED WITH VJl H THE COUNTRY COUNTRYDenies COUNTRY COUNTRYDenies COUNTRYDenies
Denies That He Is Here to Bring B ng About Abontla Abouta
a Great Combination of Capital CapitalTo CapitalToVisit CapitalTaVisit To ToVisit
Visit European Countries Before Before He HeReturns HeReturns HeReturns
Returns Home HomeThe HomeThe HomeThe
The Baron Eiichi Shibusawa ShibusawaV Shibusawathe the most mostnotable mostI mostnotable
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notable industrial figure of Japan J epan to together together together ¬
I gether with the Baroness Shibusawa Shibusawaand Shlbusawaand Shibusawaand
and a party of prominent Japanese who whoarrived whoarrived whoarrived
arrived In Washington last night were weretoday weretoday wrsretoday
today presented to President Roosevelt RooseveltThe RooeeeltThe RooseveltThe
The baron and his suite occupy occupy the thewhole thewhole
whole second floor of the New Willard WHlardHotel WillardHotel WillardHotel
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Hotel and besides the merchant prince princeand princeand princeand
and his wife the party includes Miss Missfishlkawa MissNishikawa MissNishlkawa
fishlkawa Mr Ishihara the barons In Interpreter interpreter interpreter ¬
terpreter Sir Yashohima secretary to tothe tothe tothe
the baron and Slessrs Hagiwama HagiwamaUmeuera HagiwamaUmeucra HagiwamaIlmeucra
Umeuera Shiralza and Shislshawa ShislshawaMr
Mr Ir Ishihara the barons Interpreter Interpreterthis Interpreterthis Interpreterthis
this morning denied the rumor that the thebaron the thebaron thebaron
baron was in America lor the purpose purposeof purposeof purposeof
of bringing about any great combination combinationof
of capital ca ltal He said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The baron is here heresim simply ly on a pleas pleasure pleasure pleasure ¬
ure trip He has never been to America Americabefore Americabefore j jbefore
before although he has been to Europe EuropeHe EuropeHe EuropeHe
He is however deeply Interested in ineverything Inr inleverything
r leverything everything American He is at the head hoadcf headof headof
of immense Interests In Japan and as ashe ashe ashe
he needed a rest and change of scene sceneCORONATION sceneCORONATION sceneCORONATION
CORONATION HONORS HONORSTO HOIORSTO ll0TORTO
TO BE GIVEN BY Y KING KIEMany KINGMany KJN KJNMany
Many Prominent Persons to toBe toe toBe
Be e Raised aised to Knighthood KnighthoodLONDON KnighthoodLONDON KnighthoodLONDON
LONDON June 16 16SpeculaUon Speculation Is rife rifeas riCeas rifeas
as to what persons will be honored at atcoronation atcoronaUontime atcoronation
coronation coronaUontime time Of the opposition it itnow Itnow itnow
now looks as if the Right Honorable Sir SirWilliam SirWilliam SirWilliam
William Harcourt will be offered a peer peerage peerage peerage ¬
age Herbert Bcerbohm Tree the tarn famous tarnQua ae aeous ¬
ous actor will In all probability be beicade henade bemade
made a knlsht knlshtThe JmlhtThe kninhtThe
The Jewish community Is also likely likelyito likelyto
ito to figure in the honors Baron Roths Rothschild Rothschild Rothschild ¬
child will doubtless get a step higher in inthe inthe inthe
the peerage and Sidney Lee editor of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Dictionary Bilgraphy Reuben ReubenSassoon ReubenSassoon ReubenSassoon
Sassoon the AngloIndian Jew and Cap Captain Captain Captam ¬
tain tam Marks who distinguished himself himselfIn
In South Africa will be raised to knight knighthood lmlghthood knighthood ¬
hood hoodThe hoodThe hoodThe
The Evening Sun today says thati thatiSir that thatSir thatSir
Sir Ernest Cassel who gave ve 280000 280000for 20OOOfor 200000for
for a tuberculosis hospital and Sir SirThomas SirThomas SirThomas
Thomas Lipton are not likely to gain a apeerage 11peerago apeerago
peerago owing to Premier Salisburys SalisburysOpposition Sallsburyspppositlon Salisburysppposition
Opposition LIpton recently stated that thathe tbathe thathe
he would refuse sucll such an honor If It Itwere itwere itwere
were offered to him
RAILROAD FLYERS RUN RUNAHEAll RUNAHEAD
AHEAD OF SCHEDULE SCHEDULETwentyHour SCHEDULETventyHour CllEBllLETwentyHour
TwentyHour Trains From FromChicago FromChicago FromChicago
Chicago to New YorkliEW York YorkNEW YorkNEW
NEW TORK June 16 16Tbe The two new newtwentyhour newtwentyhoqr newtwentyhour
twentyhour flyers between New York Yorkand Yorkand Yorkand
and Chicago Just put Into Int service servlce by bytho bytho bytho
tho New York Central and the Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Peansylmain ¬
vania railroads completed their maiden maidentrips mal maidentrips en entrips
trips this morning arriving In this citybefore city citybefore citybefore
before schedule time in both cases casesThe casesThe casesThe
The Pennsylvania train which Is Isknown IsoWu IsksoeVn
known oWu as the Special Specl l arrived at 835 835oclock 835oclock 836oclock
oclock two minutes ahead head of time The TheNew TheOew TheNew
New York Centrals Ciintrals train known as the theTwentieth theTwcntfcth theTwentieth
Twentieth Century Limited came c In Inat Inat inat
at 926 four minutes ahead of the sched schedule schedulc schedule ¬
ule uleThe
The Pennsylvania Railroads RaUroadsnew new flyer flyerwas flyerwas flyerwas
was twelve minutes late lat at Philadelphia PhiladelphiaAt
At Newark the engineer had made up the thelost thelost e
lost time and was fast gaining on the theschedule theschedule
schedule The run from Philadelphia Philadelphiato
to Jersey TeriJeyClty City was made In I hour hot and and3K andg andminutes
3K g minutes or la better Unto than the thefastest thefaitest thefastest
fastest special between the same sam same two twocities twocities twocities
cities At Philadelphia the conductor conductortcld ccn conductorteld uctor uctortcld
tcld Engineer Lee to make up the lost losttime losttime losttime
time at t any cost costThere costThere costThere
There were five cars on the train thisj thisjmorning thl thlmorning thimorning
morning three sleepers a dining dlni g car carand carand carand
and a combination car Thirtyfive pas pasecngers passengers peasengers
sengers were on board bOflrd jwhen when wI hen she he arrived arrivedin arrledIn arrivedin
in Jersey City I
JAPANS FINANCE FINAPCE KING KINGI KUVGV
V j jCALLSON
I fc EAMriQN 3iL r L bNRRLgJiV8 BRESffiENT T
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he decided to take a tri trip around the thsworld theworld
world for It coming to o America first firstDoes firstDo firstV firstDoes
V Does Do Not Know Mr Morgan MorganAs
As Af far as Is possible in n so short a astay astay
stay he will visit isit American factories and andindustrial andindustrial
industrial concerns and study their theirmethods theirmcthodHe theirmethods
methods mcthodHe He is also deeply Interested InterestedIn I JterestedIn
In your yOur system of philanthropy philaIlthropy arid ed education edncation ¬
ucation He is himself the finance financeperrlser sn snpervlser
pervlser and a member ni mber of the executive executivecommittee executive executivecommittee executivecommittee
committee of the Womens University In InJapan InJapan iaJapan
Japan which is a now new thing tlih g I have haveseen hare haveseen
seen it plated tated in the American papers papersthat papersthat papersthat
that the baron is worth about bout 100000
000 and seen him referred to as the J JPierpont 3PlOrpont J
Pierpont Morgan of Japan I don don1now dnnt dnntkilow c cknow
know Mr Morgan so cannot say how howfar howfar cowfar
far the parallel holds good but he is at atthe atthe atthe
the head of or connected with i b concerns concernswhich concernswhich concernswhich
which control very ery many man millions I Icant Icsnt Icant
cant say exactly how many There are areover areoer areover
over forty corporations over which w lch he hapresides hepresides hepresides
presides and he is vice cepresident president audi auditor auditor auditor ¬
tor or finance director of a great cat many manymore manymore manymore
more He is the president tf sftTcral sftTcralbanks s secra1banks ycrnl ycrnlbfnks
banks including the he first baalrof Japan Japanand Japannd Japantn
and tn nd presides over numerous railroad railroadnavigation railroadnavigation nroad nroadnnIgatlon
navigation shipbuilding coal mining miningInsurance miningIn5urance mininginsurance
Insurance and miscellaneous Industrial Industrialcorporations industrlalcorporations Industrialcorporations
corporations corporationsFavorably corporationsFavorably
Favorably Impressed Impre ca With America AmericaThe Ame AmericaThe ca caThe
The baron has ha been very ery favorably favorablyimpressed faVOrablyimpressed favorablyimpressed
impressed with America AmerIca so soCnr far and is isonly isonly
only sorry s6rry that he cannot make a long longer longer ¬
er stay We leave Washington either eithertonight eithertolight eithertonight
tonight or In the morning and on Jane
25 2 we will sail on the Oceanic O anic for Eu Europe Eur Europe ¬
rope r rope pe The Baron will ill visit islt England EnglandFrance EnglandFrance
France Germany Holland Austria AustriaSpain AnstriaSpain
Spain Italy and other European coca countries cotntries cocatries ¬
tries He will go home by > y way of o the theSuez theSuez theSuez
Suez canal visiting China oa the way wayTO wayTO wayTO
TO BEGIN PHILIPPINE PHILIPPINEBEBATE PHILIPPINEDEBATE PHILIPPINEDEBATE
DEBATE 01 Ol THURSDAYDecision THURSDAY THURSDAYDecision TIIJR8BAYDecision
Decision Reached by the theHouse theHous theHouse
House This Morning MorningWithout MorningWithout MorningWithout
Without opposition the House this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning adopted a resolution to take takeup takeup
up the Philippine civil government bill billon billon billon
on Thursday As s heretofore stated statedgeneral state stategeneral statedgeneral
general debate will III continue for five fivedays fivedays
days and two days will be devoted to toconsideration toconsideration toconsIderation
consideration under the fiveminute fiveminuterule fivemhiuterule
rule ruleDuring
During general debate the House will willmeet willmeet
meet at 11 oclock instead o or 13 oclock oclockand oclockand
and night sessions from S until 1030 1030will 1030will 1030will
will be e held heldBELATED hedBELATED heldBELATED
BELATED PRAISE IS ISAWARDED ISAWARDEDTO
AWARDED AWARDEDTO TO STEUBEN STEUBENA
A favorable report has been submit submitted submitted ¬
ted by Representative McCleary of theCommittee the theCommittee theCommittee
Committee on Library of the House on onthe onthe
the bill to erect an equestrian statue to tothe tothe tothe
the memory memoT of oiBaron Baron Steuben In Wash Washingtcn Washingtcn Washingtcn
ingtcn The report gives full If he belled heIftled helated
lled praise prah to the great soldier who whogave whoaYe whogave
gave aYe his ail n l to serve the youns youn Repub Republic Republi ¬
lic 11 and who was but meagerly rewarded rewardedfor rewarllecfor rewardedfor
for his work
Declares Dec1 res Police Reports ReportsF ReportsFjilto
F Fjilto FiI il to Show Violation Viola Violation Vio1ation ¬
tion of the Law LawtO LavNO
tO NO REMOMTSAliCES RECITED RECITEDHas HEGBiVEDas PECEiV PECEiVHas
Has as No Desire to Continue ContinueOrganizations ContinueOrgaIiiziltions
Organizations that Are AreImproper AreImproper ire ireImproper
Improper ImproperA
A REQUEST FOR EVIDENCE EVIDENCECharges EVIDENCECharges EVIDENCECharges
Charges Preferred Preferredby by Mr James F Curi CurininghSia Cunninghiim Cmininghsrn
ninghSia That Certain Sunday Clubs ClubsAre Club Clubre ClubgAre
Are re Merely 1 ely Drinking Places Answer Answered AnswerV AnsweredStatus D3wer D3wereaStatus ¬
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ed eaStatus Status of Clubs Defined by Law LawMr Lawrr LawMr
Mr rr Roger Williams clerk of the Ex Excise Excise Encisc ¬
cise Board today submitted an inter interesting Interesting Interosting ¬
esting report on behalf of the ExCIse ExrIseBoard E ExCIseBoard dse dseBoard
Board to the District
Commissioners CommfsshmernEi on onthey ontheV
they Ei subject of Sunday clubs The matter matterwas mattcwas matterwas
was brought to the attention of the theboard tlleb02rd theboard
board through thr ubha a letter written by James JamesP JamesF
F Cunningham Cunninghamseerely severely condemning con emnlng the thepractices thepractlcef thepractIces
practices allowed In the socallel calleJ1 social socialclubs socialclubs serialclubs
clubs on onSunday onSundayLleenees Sunday SundayLicenses SundayLIcenses
Licenses are granted to clubs says saysMr saysJr saysMr
Mr Rogers In his report under nder the theprovisions theprovIsions theprovisions
provisions of section 6 of the ihe act of ofCongress orCongress ofCongress
Congress approved March 3 1803 1S9 known knownas knownas knownas
as the excise law The board requires requiresthat requiresthat requiresthat
that the application for license llcCDse shall be bosigned besigned besigned
signed by the principal officers of the theclub theelub theclub
club usually three in number and that thatwith tb thatwith t twith
with the same there shall baII be filed a cer certified certified corrifled ¬
rifled tified copy copyof of the articles artiel of Incorpora Incorporation IncorporatIQn Incorporation ¬
tion the constitution and bylaws and anda
a roster 6f f the members mem ers of the club all allof allor allof
of which WhI hPilPelS papers are read and considered consideredby coAsId recl reclby
by the board before a license Is i granted grantedDifferent granteclDifferent grantedDifferent
Different From Saloons SaloonsUnder SalpQnsUnder SalponsUnder
Under an opinion of the Attorney for forthe forthe or orhe
the he District no signatures sign turPs of owners of ofproperty otpropert ofproperty
property and residents resId nts In the vicinity vicinityare vicinitynrerequired vicinityarerequirnd
are nrerequired required as In an application for an anordinary alr anordhiary
ordinary r i < ir barroom rroomllcense license nor under en enopinion 2n9IJ1nfonof anopinion
9IJ1nfonof opinion of the same officer does the theprovision th thif thejfrvisiofl <
provision if v lon against a n1nst the thelocating locating loca ing of ofa a place placeTvhere placewhere placeehera
where intoxicating liquors are sold soldwtthin soldwttfu soldwIthIn1
wtthin wttfu wIthIn1 jp 9i jfeet feet tOf of f ti a chttscVr ch churuir Iti o school schoolappjr schooln schoolapply
n appjr apply itwhidl which would W 1ld seem seentto to indicate indicatethai indictethai indicatethai
thai the framers of tho law Intended to toplace toplace toplace
place clubs on a different fbatleg r ttBg from froma trCInat
a at barroom barroomEighteen barroomEighteen > nrrcom nrrcomEighteen
Eighteen Clubs Clnbs In District DistrictAt
At present pescnttltero there + are in the District Districtof DistrilCof Distrinvof
of Columbia eighteen licensed clubs clubsfifteen clubsfitteez clubsfiftee
fifteen fiftee being 1 cllg composed or white mem members m mrrnbern i ibers ¬
bers and three of colored The police policereports poJicereports policereports
reports made each year yea on the applica applications applications ppUcations ¬
tions and the reportSoCthe reports of the boards In Inspector Inspector inSpector ¬
spector made many nm mady y limes during the theyear theycar theyear
year do not show showa a condition cf affairs affairsas affairsaz
as represented repesentedbY by Mr Cunningham Cunning am It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would seem that if tho places are areconduced amcon1ucecI areconthzced
conduced as ashe ha says they are re the thaneighbors theIleigbbos theneighbors
neighbors would naturally protest protestagsicst protestaglIst protestagainst
against the annoyance necessarily necessarilycaused necessarilycaused necessarilycaused
caused by such conditions No remon remonstrance remont remanctrance ¬
strance t rance has ev ever r been oeen received by the thatcard th thtoard theboard
board against tg lnst the the three places men mentioned mentioned mentfcned ¬
tioned by hyhim him from those living adja adjacent adjacent adjacent ¬
cent to tbo th said places the nearest llear st ap approach ar arIro a apreach ¬
preach Iro ch to a aprctct pretest being an anonymous anonymouscommunication anonymltcommunicallon aaonyniouncommunication
communication against the locating Qf Qfone efone < j jone
one of them which was Inspired Ins ired by I 1not Iot Icot
not ot emanating emaIUlUngrcm from one who had a 11 IIcensi 11cens 11cenen
censi cens as 3 a dispenser of liquors In the thenear th thIleaI thcnear
near neighborhood and feared the ex exIstence exi enIstence
Istence i tence of a more privileged rival rivalHas rivalHas rivalHas
Has Refused Re sea Licenses LicensesSince LicnseSince LicensesSince
Since the year 1S91 1S9 S94 this beard has hasrejected hsarejectcd hasrejected
rejected the licenses of five fiv clubs based basedther basedher basedtiher
ther her on a bad police record or on the thecomplaint thecmp thecomplaInt
complaint cmp aint of neighbors n ighbors During said pe period period povied ¬
riod the board has refused to license at atleast at3St atleast
least < 3St fifteen clubs clubsAsks clubstiks clubsAnita
Asks for Evidence EvidenceThe EvidenceThe EvidetmiThe
The board has > no desire csire to continue continuea
a club which it not bona fide or is not notconducted notconducted notconducted
I conducted in a proper manner If Mr MrCunningham MrCunningham MrCunningham
Cunningham when the licenses for forclubs forclubs forclubs
clubs are considered next year will willpresent wIllprC3ent willpresent
present evidence in substantiation of ofthe ofthe otthe
the charges made the board will bear heartint bearHni
tint 1 m and give the matter the considera consideration consideration consideration ¬
tion which Its Importance Invites InvitesHII 1n InvitesllIGIi te5 te5HIGH
HIGH LICENSES TO BE BEYICGROFSLY BEVIGOROUSLY BEVICORO1JLY
VIGOROUSLY FOUGHT IOHGHTLquor FOUGHTLiquor FOUGHTUquor
Liquor Dealers Oppose Tax TaxEncroachment TaxEncroachment TaxV TaxEncroachment
Encroachment EncroachmentThe
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The members of the District subcom subcommittee subcomI subcommittea ¬
mittee of the House Appropriations APproprla tlons Com Commlttoc C Co Comittee < m mmlttCe <
mlttoc since the passage lsSlge of the District Districtappropriation DlstrlOppr DistriOappropriation
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appropriation ppr > priation bill by the Senate Satur Saturday Stnrday Saturday ¬
day have hav been fairly flooded < with lot lotSers lotrers lotbra
bra from leading hotel men and liquor liquordealers liqDorc1ealcrsprotestlng liquordealers
dealers c1ealcrsprotestlng protesting against the Senate Senateamendment Senateamecdmcnt Senateamendment
amendment increasing the liquor license licensetrom neenstrom licenseIrom
trom 5400 400 400 to 800 per annum annumTha alnumTh annumThu
Tha Th Liquor Dealers Association will willask winask willask
ask for a hearing before the bill is sent sentto sentI sentto
to conference but It is doubtful if l tha tharequest thOrequestwUlhe thsrequest
I request requestwUlhe will be granted The action ot otihe otthe otthe
the Senate Appropriation Committee ia laIncreasing Iaincreasing
Increasing the liquor license is regard regarddby regarddb regarddby
1 dby db the liquor dealers d aJcrs as taking snap snapjudgment snapudgnent snapjudgment
judgment on them inasmuch as as they ha hano hi
no 10 opportunity to be beheard beheardStea1IlS heard heardSteamship heardSteamship
Steamship Stea1IlS ip Arrivals ArrivalsNEW ArrivalsNEW ArrivalsNEW
NEW YORK June 16 Arrived ArrivedSteamship ArriveAstorllL ArrivedI
I Steamship eamsliip Astoria from Glasgow GlasgowSteamship Glasgowteamshp GlasgowLteamship
Lteamship Steamship Minneapolis from rom London
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