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YOU FURNISH THr Hr KGOM KGOMTIMES h i0 1 1and
Farr and warmer W1rI7 C tonight tonightand 1
and tomorrow 6 with light llfhtsoutherly aLnta fiington ime TIMES E Yjr WANTS WANTSWILL WANTSsout K
sout southerly erly winds rii ds WILL tUL FURNISH THE BOARDER
II IUMB NUMBER UMBHR R 3599 WASHINGTON WiSHIN GTUN MONDAY EVENING APRIL IS 181904 1904 I PRICE ONBCSNT ONfi CANT
DEMOCRATSAGE DEMOCRATSAGEBIllER DEMOCRATS WAnE WAnEBITTER
BITTER WAR OVER OVERJUDGE OVERJUDGEPARKER
JUDGE JUDGEPARKER JUDGEPARKERBattle PARKER PARKERBattleor
Battle Battleor on o Today in in New NewYork NewStnte New1a
1a York State StateINDORSEMENT Con ConINDORSEMENT oo ooIeimt
Ieimt p pINDOS
INDORSEMENT INDOS mENT QUETION QUESTIONHill QUETIONHill
Hill Favors an Instructed InstructedDelegation InstructedDeleg instructedDelegation
Delegation Deleg tioD While Tarn Tarfan Tarnniany Tan1tl
niany tl fan iny Is Opposed OpposedALBAWY Oppc O > p ed edALB edALBANY
ALB IfY N Y April MiP IIJW IIJWflnot tfc tfcflrMt the thefirst
first Urn time Mao ao Graver develane Clew ClewnomllUHct was betanominntd wasnominated
nominated for tile Presidemy Jn U to toeems 1SIR it itma t tseems
seems ma likely IIkI that the be delegates tram frotaNw tNDX tramKew
Nw X Y Yurk 1 ore rk State to the national natISt 1 conven Cotrreation convention CQIIYefttion ¬
tion which hilh will be held IB laSt 8C at Louis In InJuly IeJlllly InJrily
July will go Instructed for a candidate candidateivr te tetr
ivr t r Pr < siilent sidcntPoliticians sldntPolltidan siilentPoliticians
Politicians say the dnlsgatirui d1 will go1 go1t CO COto goto
t to < > St Louis directed to lei for AltosB Alton AltonB Alt Altii
B Parker Former IT rtt IIn ertates t Sena Senator 1iIeftatur en entor ¬
tor David B Hill his hl colleague Edward EdwardAlurphy EdwardMurphy EdwardMurphy
Murphy jr of Ronsxeiaer Rcnsseaaercounty iaereouDty > county Nor Norman N Nman Norman ¬
man E M Muck 1k ok at present national oosft oosftjyiitteennin con11tteeman cosamltteeman
jyiitteennin from this th State and Patrick PatJ1ekHtIlr PatrickHenry PatrickHenry
Henry MoCarren 1 < Carren of r Kings who wtomanaing aremanaging are aremanaging
managing the Park Parker r campaign CaIDlMt data datathat eIaImthatth skimthatthe
thatth that the action It taken will be fellow foBowadoption fellowttJ foowrd
ttJ within the next three Weeb by the thedojtilJn theadoption
adoption of similar instructions In by byenough bynou byenough
enough nou Stueu Stlh in the t tb South and 114 1i Middle MiddleWest iDItIlW die dieNest
West W t 8t to litHure the nomination of Judge JudgePurker Ja4pParktr JudgeParker
Parker
Tammany Makes 1ces Passat PassatThe Plllt PllltThe PXStSILThe
The claim is contented con ted vigorously and aadbitterly aa4blttt andbitterly
bitterly blttt > rl by that section of the State upon uponwhich IIpoawhlcb uponwhich
which the > Democracy mOCJC must depend If it It1M It1s
1 1M to carry New York for the Demo Democratic Deocratlc Democratic ¬
cratic ticket next fall fallThe tallTht fallThe
The Tammany Hall delegation bead headed beadId beaded ¬ i
ed by Charles F Murphy upon whose whosethoulders WhOMthouldt whosethoulders
thoulders thouldt > rs rests eats the mantle of Richard Richardtroker RlcbanlCroker Richardroker
troker roker have fought to the last ditch ditchagainst dltclaagaint ditchagainst
against Instructions InstructionsThey Instructionrhey InstructionsThey
They have hu yO lost and Senator Hfil 1 and andhis an4his andhis
his friends have granted no noThtY qi qnrter qnrterThey ter terThey
They argue that there Is no 0 reason Why Whythey Whyh 117 117thy
h they wy should mak make any ny nyTammany sbec1OsmI9 sbec1OsmI9Tamahtny Itiov If Ifumlllun
Tammany umlllun claiming e thai thaigitnisailon tha thaguniaallon the nttal nttalgunlzat
I
gitnisailon gunlzat Ion la In dut dub > bound to tol1ne fall tm tmline Tealine
line and uphold the action X t the beJority tae ma rMJority majority ¬
jority of the delegates delegatesBreakers delatesBrken delegatesBreakers
Breakers Are e eThis Ahead AheaiThis AheadThis
This latter contention may ma yet spilt spiltthe t1hf opftthe
the N Nw w York Democracy a u fights fightsalong fightsalong bts btsalone
along similar lines have spilt It It In the thepast Utepilst thepast
past That however boWCv to a proposition prnpoetUoehltb propositionwhich propositionwhich
which hltb mu must t be contended with next nextSeptember Matptem meatSeptember
September ptem r when the State convention conventionwhich COftVftltloawhkh conventionwhich
which will name a State ticket meets meetsat meetsat meetsat
at Saratoga SaratogaOpen BaratopO SaratogaOpen
Open O n charges < at tad faith faithncaJnet sr arc made madeagainst anode anodeagainst
against Senator Se ttor Hill by Mr Murphys Muiphyainttmates Murphysintimates s sntlmateJl
intimates but the latter sphynxUke sphynxUkedeclines smeUkdcJ1ne aphynxlikedeclines
declines to discuss diJK the attitude of Tam Tammany Ianamany Tammany ¬
many The chief bone of contention oontentlollt is isthe Isthe
the t hf ek election ctlon of a new State committee committeeat
at this convention conventionTammany convention conventionTamrnany < onventlon1ammuny
Tammany claims that Senator Hill Hillpromised Htulromld Hillproeeiaed
promised that the selection 8e1 tion of the com committee eommltttt comtnittee ¬
mittee would ou14 be the work of the fall fallinvention fanunfetlun fallnnvcatlon
invention and andthat that this promise promt e Is to toVx tobo tob
Vx b violated viola violated tfd simply to Insure the tb success successoi nt eu
oi Put Patrick rick H McCarren In arising the theitudvrviup th thIadnhjp theI
itudvrviup I r ehip of Kings KI enmity 7 Mr Mur Murphy Murl Murphy ¬
phy l made mOld an attempt last Nat night nI t to save saveirom AveJrom saveIrum
irom decapitation lba th uAltate State committee committeemembers cosamltteemembers mttee mtteermtMr
members who voted with Tammany Hall Hallat Hallat Hallat
at the th meeting of the committee COM mlttee which whichtiled which11t whicha
a tiled 11t > d todays today convention He H failed faUe4Stnator as asSenator asStreator
Senator Will and his following tol do not notintend notjnttnd notintend
intend to take t any chances of ott losing losingi losingthe
the i lie control of of the committee comaaUteeJlcLaeP committeeMcLatllhtia committeeMcLavcUia
McLavcUia a Must Ge GeThe Gelhe GeThe
The changes eba that will be reads ms s > tonight tonightare toiaWbtar tesghtare
are ar in some cases ca very Important I Impstaat UK Hugh HughMcLaughlin 11 11McLaUChlin HughMcLaughlln
McLaughlin of Kings Kin an oldtimer oldtimerwhose oIdtlm oIdtlmwh oldtimerwhose
whose wh council in the past have always alwaysiteen alw alwIwn alwaysbeen
been eagerly listened to by upStateleaders upState upStateleaders uPfMateladtn
leaders is to be supplanted by Michael MichaelJ
J Cummings < ummin and in the Ninth district districtt dlatJ1etKJnas
t of > f Kings Howard Glennon will be su arperceded super AItrf
per perceded ceded e4 by Conrad Hasenflug Hasenflughattan HaaentluaXo
Xo e changes are expected ha the Man Maaha Manhattan
hattan ha ttan delegation In the Twentythird TwentythirdMichael Tw TwentythirdMichael ntythlnl ntythlnl1hat1
Michael 1hat1 McCabe who voted with Tam Tammany Taaa Taaamany Tammany ¬
many at t the last State committee comll ttet meetink meet meeting JDMtInlf ¬
ink I ILean Is to be uoeeded by Arthur A A Mclean Mc Mcl
Lean l an and in the Thirtyslain John JohnDunf ichnDuntee I IDunfe
Dunfe of 0 Syracuse Syraeu who also supportedTammany supported supportedTammany supportedTamllt
Tammany UY is to give way to Kelvin J lvtn Z ZHaven Z ZJl Zleaven
Haven HavenIn Jl leavenIn ivea iveaIn
In the Fortyeighth district Dr Matt
Nerd who was the subject t of the theheated theheated
heated r ov eth = cg cgh
heated controversy co In the last commit committet commitIre
Ire h meeting metl mi eting will w l be reelected reel In the theFiftieth theFiftieth
Fiftieth district Thomas H H Dowd will willretire wUIrtire willretire I
retire of his own accord and nd will m be bevurcecJ bEIUIttJod houeeeJM
IUIttJod vurcecJ d by James O Bennett John JohnM Johnl JohnM
M l Dijsney ntY or John Oi 1t Agar will wUlsucc succeed succeedMil succeedMk I
Mil dlikl hatI hat 1 J Walsh of West Cheatercount Chester Chestercounty Cbeatlrcuunty
county count from the Twentysecond Tenty Tentytrkt dis district diatrtt ¬
trtt trict t while George R R Finch will sue suecerd succeed 81ttd ¬
ceed ttd his brother Jeremiah T Finch aeh of ofGlens OfG ofGlens
Glens G ItDli Falls as commttteeman COIIUDln from tb tbThirty the tblThlrtftnt theThirtyAlst
Thirty Thlrtftnt ThlrtftntTzy ThirtyAlstTempsrary Arst ArstT
T Tzy Mfgfar Orfatttzatfea OrfatttzatfeaThe
The convention was called to order at atS
2 p m by Chairman Frank Campbell CautpbellGeorge CampbellOeorg eauo
George o Raines of Rochester Roe was elect elected eIeetfd sleeted ¬
ed temporary teIII chairman After the vari various various M MOUa ¬
ous committees had been appointed a re recess re reCr recw ¬
cess Cr Ras a d1 taken until ntll 8 p p m when w the thetemporary thettmpora thetemporary
temporary ttmpora rJo organisation will be made madepermanent madept madepermanent
permanent pt rmannt and the real r work of the theconvention tIlflCQnVfrHlun theconvention
convention begin beginAt MdnAt beginAt
At th evening session of the commo oanveetion commotion ¬
tion New N w Yorks york ork s delegations de delegationsto to the nutiunal nu national nut1unal ¬
tional convention In ntkm will be named Then Thenwill The Therewill
will 111 be seventyfour H ntyfour delegates Iept and four fourdelegatfsatUrg tourdt fourdelegatesatIatge
delegatfsatUrg dt > making the theSuites theStiat Etpsthe EtpstheStates
Suites Stiat representation npr rt tSon seventyeight seventyeightUpStaU seventyeightUpStated t t tUpState
UpState ts Cofttnl CofttnlThe 1Lhe Costs CostsThe
The Big Four will most likely ha hacomposed b3compolttd hacomposed
composed of four of the most prominent prominentDemocrats JIIO prominentDemocrats t tDtmocrats
Democrats in the State Its composi composition compoaltion COID COIDt1 ¬
t1 tion < m bus not entirely ntlrel h luen 11 < 01 agreed ulotabut urea ureal UJOD UJODhut
l hut ut it Is said dd by tn those se > who ought to toknow tAtk10W toknow
know that t t its composition comp hH1 win wm1k probably probablybt
bt as lulows Jlow Dai l av t H Hill of Al Albany AIbmy 1 1bany ¬
bany Ward Slur MurtiV urr s jr r r or Rensae Rensaelacl R Rlat nanaNlace
lat James Jam W Rktgwuy Rid w ofduct of Kings Kingsand KiD KiDaud
and August Augu t Belmont of New He York YorkCharles YorkCharlrll Tort TortCharles
Charles f t Murphy Tammany Tamm lead leader le lefr leader ¬
er tntits lnt > His to go a WI n i district delegate delegatebut dtltgakbut delegatebut
but if h I hi < had the th naming of one of the thedlegal thed thedelegat
dlegal d lepL1trR v at atlarse htrtTr he h would name Con Conpi CouIald Conreasnr
pi Iald II I H BHUk > tirke urk IokrHti l I nn Senator SetrutorWill SenatorHill STauturHIli
Hill fcvvir t curer vd disirts drsir + to let ic n nft > fJ < > but butStrong butalrcona butslrvng
Strong iirk k i r re r sre f i n < and th thro throfut1 thcr thcrfure < r rfoiT
foiT Mr XciTiu Lyra u mi Wlj jC put vul ul u Ul ahI Uic
1 UDnlng
JAPS MAY LAND LANDON LANDON LANDON
ON PENINSULA PENINSULATransports
>
Transports Sighted b Heading for Kin in Chau ChauAbout ChauAb ha u
About Ab A bout ut Seventyfive Miles ides ides0f in Rear Rearof Rearof ear
of Port oft ArthurWARSHLP Arthur ArthurWAR i iWARSHIP
WARSHIP WAR HjPSQUADRON SQUADRON ARRIVES ARRIVESOFF
1 OFF FF COAST OF VLADIVOSTOK VLADIVOSTOKCommandant VLlDIVOS 11 S 0K 0KC t ts
Commandant C Commandantaid lnnl dant Is s Preparing to Resist ResistAttack ResistAttackaIJdWo Attack Attackand
and aIJdWo Work of Completing Fortificationnerg Fortification FortificationProceeds FortificationPr
Proceeds Pr ceeds With Feverish Energy EnergyTIENTSIN EnergyTIENTSIN nerg b bTIENTSIN
TIENTSIN April 18 i8A A report rep > rt reached here today that seventy seventyJapanese seventyJapanese seventyJapanese
Japanese transports tl2 sports have been sight ed heading for Kin Chau a a1o a1out eut t sev seventyfive seventyfive se seentyfive ¬
entyfive mites to the rear of Port Arthur on the LiaoTung peninsula peninsulaA
A landing b by Ja Japanese there would w9U1d mean mean the beginning be nning of the in investment investment ¬
vestment of Port Arthur by b tend tendLONDON kmdLONDON laudLONDON
1 LONDON April A pill 18 Te T Central News has a dispatch frori froriRome frolll frolllRome fro froRome
Rome stating sta statiii Dg that a ter telegram ijaeeived ed there from Harin Manchuria Manchuriaconveys Manchuriaconveys Manchuriaconveys
conveys the intelligence that i t < squadron tqb dron ron of Japanese warships has ar arrived arrived ar arrived ¬
rived rived nejr iVladivostok iVladivostokThe Vladivostok VladivostokThe
I IThe
The commandant e of or the town is preparing preplMnt prepttr ng to resist the attack athI k of ofthe tfthe ofthe
the squadron
squadronSCOUTS
SCOUTS IN KOREA BAY BAYLONDON BAYLONDON BAYLONDON
LONDON April IS 18A A dispatch to the Reuter Telegram Te egmm Com Comany Company Company
pany > any reports that on April 12 Japanese destroyers actingas acting as as scouts sco1lts ap appeared appeared apred ¬
peared i red in Korea l 6ay ay tY They were < re received with a heavy fire from the theland thland hew
land iland bttteries butte te and subsequently su iuently retired to the flagship The 1he dispatch dispatchadds dispatchadds h hadds
adds that Admiral Togo later recalled real d nine transports on their way toland to toland tui
land troops for Ping Pi Yang Korea KoreaThe KoreaThe i iThe
The dispatch d eh is indefinite inasmuch as it does not state in whatportion what whatportion vhatportion
portion of Korea K l oea Bay Bayfj1e jjbe ie destroyers were Were sighted o1 As thiye they too drew tirlv fir firfrom ficefrom fl flfrom
from the Russians ussiansjis 1t it is 1s probable tikt t they were werein te In n the theneighb neighborhood nelghlrdlooct rhoodof rhoodofthe of ofthe ofthe
the Yalu River estuaryind estuary estuaryTo estuarygJinds
gJinds ind 4t4flOoflVffljefl 4t4flOoflVffljeflTo 1t lnoonv NJ t nt i t tTo
To Keep Jap J ap Prisoners
98T PKTBHSBITRG PETI BU 1tG April 1Reply 18Replyag 18 1Replylac Reply Replylag
lag ag to a question by the Omar c r as a to why why1h wbJ1M whyhe
h 1M was not taking any IIY prisoners pritJOllEt GeA General GeAenal Geaoral ¬
oral Kaahtillmdcl commanding eonalll dlng the Rue Russian RuaIaa Ruestan ¬
stan forces at a the Yalu has tele telegratAed t telegrIphed e eI
gratAed grIphedI
I dont And it convenient to keep keepprisoners keepI keepprisoners
prisoners as I am not well suppliedwith supplied suppliedwith auppKedwlda
with rope ropeAs ropeAa repsAs
As there ha bkiJ been continual skirmish skirmishing sklrmtllhInc skirmishing
ing along loD < the Yalu thus giving General GeneralKashdlinifki Geneia1KuhtUllUkl GeneralKashdunrkl
Kashdlinifki ample opportunity to cap capSENATE capSENATE capT
SENATE m N 01 T TO YIELD YIELDON YI Y1EL Y1ELffl ELu ELuON
ON ffl STREET STIIEETETEN8ION8 STIIEETETEN8ION8tfpiter EXTENSIONS EXTENSIONSUpper
Upper Chamber Helds Firmly to Com Compact Compact Compact ¬
pact efttl ef f I T S and Would W oold Assess Half HalfCost HalfCOlt HalfCost
Cost Upoa UJt a Government GovernmentWhite GovernmentWb GovernmentT GovernmentWhile
T
White at the White Howe this mom momIns JROIUt mornlug
Ins t Senator OalMnger r of New Haanpahire Hamp Hampshire Rpeblft ¬
shire chairman of the Senate SenateIMetrtet SenateIMetrtetCOMIIdttee Dtstrlet DtstrletCommittee DlstrletCommittee
Committee was asked ked concerning eGllcerllld1rpropoeedJltlHt some someproposed com comproposed
proposed propoeedJltlHt street extensions In reply replyYe replySenator replythe
the Senator said that it wall DOt likely likelytIte likelythe
the proposals would be called up at th thUme thIs thIsUrns
Urns Iia view of the dtttereat polities polletesOtt
Ott the House and Senate on the manner mannerot mannerof
ot apeaaing q the cost oC such Improy Improyt8 lmproyemlNnts
mlNnts mlNntsYou t8 t8Y
Ye Y You know there is something like Hkedeadlock Uk4Ioek likea
a deadlock Ioek on now 110 said the Senator Sellatorreterrtns Senatorreferring i ireferring
referring to the action of the House In Inssstssing inasamring
ssstssing 111 the whole cost cost of street streett8Ion extension ex extension ¬
tension as embodied in bills recently recentlypassed recentlypulled recentlypaared
passed on the District after tter the Sen Senate Senate Sonate ¬
ate had returned natu to the observance of ofhe dttle ofhe
he old agreement between the nation natiouand nationand atlound
and nd District governments that such suchtost lIuchlI08t suchost
tost ost should be divided between them themequally th themequally m meQuallr
equally equallyi eQuallrdvocate8 t tAdvocates
i Advocates of the divided cost plan are areencouraged areencouraged I Iellcourased
encouraged to believe that the Senate Senatewill Sentftwin Senatewill
will perserve rMlYe its attitude on this ques quesi question question
i tion and that at the th next session e ton the theHouse theHou theHouse
House Hou may be Induced to abandon its itnunfortunate iblunfortunate itsunfortunate
unfortunate policy of assessing the thewhole t twhole thewhole
whole burden of such improvements improvementsagaiast Improvemenbaplt Improvementsagainst
against the already overburdened Dis District Dilltrlct District ¬
trict trictTAFT trlctTAFT trictTAFT
TAFT OVERRULES ACTION ACTIONOF ACTIONOF ACTIONOF
OF THE GENERAL STAFF STAFFveraeoT STAFFec STAFFSecretary
ec Secretary tary Tat has reverJd veraeoT his former for termer forIDer
mer action in the camn camp site controversy controversytee controventbaa
baa overruled the action oC the pner era erastag l l8td
stag ad baa asked tM Senate eot eottee Comssit Comssittee
tee on Military Affairs to pass the cas caMp campsite p psite
site bill b1l in Its present form formWEATHER tormWEATHER formWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTShowers REORTSbowers REPORTShowers
Showers are indicated Icated for the lower
IsJtj lake region and upper Ohio Valley to toLwl to toItcht toeight
eight Lwl with h clrtng weather tomorrow tomorrowIt
It will d be warmer tonight In the Ohio
Valley and thenoe southward to the theGulf theGulf theGulf
Gulf of Mexico and warmer tomorrow
la th the south Atlantic Atkndq AtlaIqtea States Colder Colderrawer Colcratber folderweather
weather po indicated for tomorrow Ia the
lower take alt region restonTSMPEJU1t1JUI regosia
TSMPEJU1t1JUI
a m ii iiZ
12 Z ra00 11009 11009R ear SO SOI
1 R po > m mS alt
S p P m es fli fliT1S3
THB9UK THB9UKHiph TIt T1S3 SJ1f SVXihtll
ihtll r Teddy JR JRt
ilea rises t tompv UIflIf w wTi 111 1ft 1ftI
tn Ti Mi TABS TABS1Iiph rA rAHi
I Hiph Hi tide U toda1 d r JH 11 p p m militfit 1aIIWiu
ilitfit tkkr We unawrrvw tatawrvw1010 1011 a a e mt MC ipp p n nJLow m mLow >
111 1 Low Udte Ud toinorrvw4Wu tomorrow 414 a m 5E 5 < p in
ture prisoners there is considerable considerablecuriosity eo considerableeufioefty lderable lderableeurtoelty
curiosity Manifested tIted as to what disposal disposalis dl poH1 poH1Is
is made de o ttbemwhelher of them whether the general generalreleases generalrlea generalreleases
releases rlea es them them or finding this finpracticable imprac impracticable Impracticable ¬
ticable kills k those e takap tak into custody custodyThe cu custodyThe tody todyPort
The Port Arthur correspondent corre pOltdent of theNovoe the theNovoe theNovae
Novoe Vremya Yrem wires that reports re are arecurrent arecurrent arecurrent
current there that Japanese transports transportshave transportIJbave transportshave
have been oft Yinkow Ylnkowy the seaport of ofKiuchwang oCNluehwanc ofNiuchwan
Kiuchwang Niuchwan Th T The correspondent C adds addsthat addsthat addsthat
that the Russian troop are arelmpathmt arelmpathmttom impatient impatientto
to tom meet t the Japanese on land landtAtll1u8 lantfNOT lm1CAUCUS
tAtll1u8 CAUCUS RESOLUTION RESOLUTIONNOT IIE8LUTfflMWIlT
NOT OFFERED TODAY TODAYHeld
Held Over in Order to Procure Better BetterRepublican BetterRepilb1i1an BetterRepublican
Republican Repilb1i1an Attendance Atten ance in inthe inthe inthe
the House HouseI HouseOwlnc HouseOwing 41 41her
I
Y
Owing to Ute absence ot a large num numbeT number
her of Republicans Republ cau from the House to today today today ¬
day th tM tht leaders lelidnI1eelded decided not to report reportuntil reportvntU reportanal
until tomorrow 106n the resolution re for the theenstderation tbelderaUon theenakleration
enstderation lderaUon of the statehood bill agreed agreedto agr agrk
to in caucus teat Friday night nightAnother nhJhtAl nightAtiethet
Another Al odIer appeal I was 1 sent out to the theRepublican theRepobllean theRepublican
Republican members to be present pre ent to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow Their presence ix required requiredthat requiredtbat requiredthat
that there may BUI be no hitch In putting puttingthe putUn putUntho puttingthe
the rule through to prevent any amend amendment amendI amendment ¬
I ment from being offered with the one oneexception oneexception oneexception
exception of tn amendment to prohibit prohibitthe prohibitthtt prohibitthe
the sale of liquor to Indians In lAItS in the pro proposed propoaecl proposed ¬
posed new States of Oklahoma and andArtoona andA andArtaofia
Artoona ArtoonaThe A Artaofia ArtaofiaThe a aThe
The Democrats De purpose making a fight fightI lightagainst Sht ShtapJnat
I against the union of Arizona and Now Nowi NttwMexleo NewMexico
i Mexico and against the basis bR of repre reprei rpres repreaentation
i sentation s tat1on which the measure accords to toOklahomaIndian toOklahomaIndian toOklahomaIndian
OklahomaIndian Territory TerritoryHopes Territor TerritorPRESIDENT TerritoryPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT HAS A8 FUN FUNWITH FUM1T
WITH 1T HARVARD TEAM TEAMHpaa TEAMHopes
Hopes They May Win Every Game GameClean GameClean Gamep
Clean Up to the End of ofthe
p r rthe t tthe
the Season SeasonThe SeasonThe SeasonThe
The Harvard baseball team under the theleadership theleadnthlp theleadership
leadership of Cpt pt Waiter Clarkson Clarksonwere Clark Clarksonwere on onwere
were received Ne ved In private audience by b the thePresident theP thePresident
President P 1dent inis nls morning moml There are twen twentysix twetttyax twentysix ¬
tysix men in the team and the Pros President Presltent Prosdent ¬
dent had a word ol and a cordial hand handShake handIake handslake
Shake Iake for each He then made a short shortaddress shortaddress hort hortaddreM
address to the boys extolling his love loveand lovend loveand
and nd devotion for his alma mater and andbis andbW andhis
his hop hope that they t ey would win every everyTne everyp everygame
p game from now to the end ot the ea eaMOQ seaeo
eo MOQ
MOQJM
erne underftv u luates were w emuekp1 emuekp1at much pleaood pleaoodat pi piat
at on one ama remain + i of the President While Whilethey WillIet Whilethey
they t were In n cft die private office Captain CaptainLowtner CaptainLcHIIIIw CaptainLoaslierthe
Lowtner Loaslierthe the vettan y ttn doorkeeper came cameIB cameIn
IB with wtihtM the card tv o r a Senator SenatorYes Senatory SenatorYea
y Yes I know snid iJt the President PrM dent tho thoanteroom UtaJt Unoanteroom
anteroom Jt is I full of Senators and Rep Representatives RpprtaUves Represeatatives ¬
resentatives but but laughing lauchh Uth UthJ they theymeat theyMt
Mt meat st be taught ta ht their place when a Har Harvard Httrard Hkayard ¬
yard ard delegation is I about
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BOYNTON GALLS CALLS CALLSBLUFF
OFFI1LIUPF OFFI1LIUPFDeclares OFFICIAtBLUFFor BLUFF BLUFFOFMAFARLAND
or OFMAFARLAND OFMAFARLANDI OFMAFARLANDDeclares M GFARLAND GFARLANDI GFARLANDDeclares I
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Declares Commissioners CommissionersStatement Cor missioners missionersStatement issloner s sD
Statement 1Qes 3ne 3neM D Th es s Not NojMeetll NotNe8ttl
Meetll M eet tl CaseTtCALLS Case CaseCALLS I If
f F FCALLS
CALLS FOR FOR f TtCALLS 1 E RECORD RECORDReiterates RECORDReiterates RECORDReiterates
Reiterates Charge h < rge of Per PerWhittgRhing Perjury PerJury
jury Jury Grt > rrors 1 and andvVhi andVhr
WhittgRhing WhittgRhingTT vVhi ti hing hing1Witor hen g gib
TT ib a the Editor of Tl i Jgyui Times TimeslJommtssloner TimMCommtasionor TitnoNComml
> Commtasionor Comml aioner IfcScarlanda rlands selection selectionfa selection9f
01 fa a few point polnt CJilp amply eply plY to my some somewhat somewllat somewhat
what volumiaolgk OIumiD Jjptaignment faignment 1nmOftt of the theracord ther therecord
record r and metla4ll metec C the Investigation Investigationvt
vt u school con condigtpht < IJIlBt > was perhaps ju jutcioua jut judicious
t cIoWi > tcioua But ev evilfii e hte HM children in n our ourpHmsry OUIprtry ourpvltnsry
pHmsry schools wilt have no difficulty difficultyIB
IB sediuc that It by no means m ans meet meetth meettM meetthe
tM th case which h1eh I presented upon the theproper th thJIOPer theproper
proper call of Th TIM Times ImettMy Time TimeMy TimesMy
My statement going onoernin llng the Board Boardof Boar Boar1of 1 1v
of Education was to reply to public assertion as assrrtlon asIItrUon
srrtlon that the case in question had hadbeen hadtftn hadteen
been investigate by the board and ra favorably racl ravtaabiy ¬
vorably cl bly passed npOR w olL On this point I ISUM 1add Isaid
SUM adduWmtler
SUMWhatever uWmtler Whatever our board has done in the thepending thepending i iPEndlng
pending aile < ia ase e haa been without investigetton investi investipptkm JnvestIPtton
pptkm without Ut at sesing ag the full record recordar recordaaklg recordo
ar o asking for it itCotnm ItCommsa ItCommbaioner
Cotnm Commsa Commbaioner jjikmer onerM Mftflfarland is much muchmore muc11motoe muchmore
more specific sayings sayl The Commission Commissioner
U eii hovinff unanimously unan voted that th threcord thr thrttord
r record should be sent t to the Board of ofEducation ofirducatiou i iJIducat1c
Education t whenever it requested it not notonly notonly
only > Old id not request requt U It but sent to the theCommissioners tb tbCommlaBloners theCommissioners
Commissioners a rssslution utlon expressing expressingits
its It I confidence la 1 the teacher in question ques question quetlion ¬
tion and again acat In regard to the themember thsmember th3member
member of the board The Board of ofKtiucation oCYAucation ofEducation
Education adopted and communicated communicatedto eommunl eommunlto
to the Commissioners a resolution exyresatng ex exyressine exKe
yressine Ke lng its appreciation a app odatlon of o his character charac character character ¬
ter and servicas l anfl its regret at h his hl8refusal hisrefusal s srefusal
refusal to serve serveHiahl hm arM arMHiatas r rHiatus >
Hiatus n Time 3fcieThe TimeThe Wt 0 0The
The first resolutl resolutlKdence reeo reeoli4eDce resolytlbh ten tenAdence
Kdence thus reji rejithe re <
24 24s 24the
s = thusIf4I If4I
the recoM ion npxm W vot votWhile o ote io 0 0WhUe lrtL lrtLWhile
While this had been received by the thepresident theptMIdent thepresident
president of the board bo board rd its presentation presentationwas n nwas
was delayed pending further corres eerreapondence correspondence eerrespondence ¬
pondence until March 11 The resolu resolution re resolution olutloo ¬
tion therefore could not have been beensent bMnsent beensent
sent to the Commissioners Commt lonerz as a reply replyto rep1rto replyto
to ta the offer to send the record under undercertain undercertahl undercertain
certain conditions and t t1 throe > 4se as a mat atiltter matter It ¬
ter t of fact were impossible conditions conditionsCommissioner condttloMCommlAaloner eondttloniCommissioner
Commissioner Macfarland is credited credited1with creditedwith creditedwith
with having read law and attended attendedlecturer attendedJeetureH attendedlectures
lecturer of the Law School of Columbia ColumbiaUniversity Colum ColumUniversity ColumbiaUniversity
University It would be interesting interestingto
to be cited to some law authority ttx ttxing rtxInK lx lxlag
InK the legal value of verdicts render rendered rer rered rendered ¬
ed not only without looking at evidence evidenceor
or askng asic g for it It but not receiving It Itwhen itwhen itwhen
when officially offered It should be noted noted not noted ¬
ed in this connection that the fact1 fact1is fact taetIs factis
is withheld that neither nt lther of the resolu resolutions re resohttions ohltlons ¬
tions to which reference te made was wasuanamiously wa wauanamloualy wasuanamiously
uanamiously adopted and further that thatan tha thaan thean
an application of of the president of theboafor the theboard theboard
boafor board for a copy of the record made madein madein madeIn
in exact accord with the method prej prejscribed pre prescribed prescribed
scribed by Commissioner Macfarland Macfarlandhimself XactarlandhIDJ Macfarlandhftcself
himself hIDJ H1 was refused refusedOfficial retusedOfficial refusedOiilicial
Official Record Wanted WantedIt
It will occur to most that the pub public pubI pubtic ¬
I tic discussion of this matter has reach reached rf1tcbed reached ¬
ed a a stage where what is needed to tofrttle to11t1e toatUe
frttle it is not rough language In e but butthe buttite buttae
the oMcial record Until that i Iii in thehjnds the thekjndft he hevnda
kjndft of the public nothing will be ac accomplished ae aecorwpllbtd accomplished ¬
complished by crying cry scandal mongering monger mongerlag mODprpurveyors
lag purveyors of acQddal c Jdal > ames assassins lUJ8aaalns amessins ¬
sins alns and so on to exhausing the theother tbevocabulary thevocabulary
vocabulary ot the fish IltArkelor any anyother anyother
other form of bluff or intended intimidation intimi intimidation Intimidation ¬
dation dationConcerning dationConcerning dationConcerning
Concerning this record I desire e to re repat re reIoat repeat
pat what seems wen to have escaped e Com Comnl Comnh Comtntmoner
tntmoner nl nh loner Maefar9 Macfarlands nda attention in my mypublished myIbllehed myIaibliehed
published statement statementHaving IttaltemenlHaving tsttementHaving
Having read It all as the investiga investigation InveBdglltlon investigation ¬
tion progressed ed I 1 am in position J to say sayupon sayupon sayupon
upon my official o klal responsibility that it itwUl ItCI t twt1
wUl CI if produced show important muti mutilations mutilation muttlations ¬
lations It will show perjury of an im important Important important ¬
portant witness established by com competent COIIIpetent coinpotent ¬
petent testimony It shows refusals to toreceive toreceive toreceive
receive important testimony tE > and a d pre preventing prevfnUng pre preventing ¬
venting witnesses fr from m producing tes testimony t4tlmony testimony ¬
timony from high authority It shows showspersistent JthowsJHrallitent showspersistent
persistent disregard of an authorised authorisedmessage authqrlqdmfllllge d dmessa
message messa a from the President of the Urtft Urtfted Udteel LsiWd
ed e d States States It shows a settled purpose purpOMtG purpOMtGforce to toforce
eforce force leading witnesses wltne es into the post position 1 posttie Oe1 Oe1tlon ¬
tion tie of defendants defendantsI detendantErrors defendantsErrors
I Errors in Reporting ReportingIn
In the earlier stages it shows gr grenvrs grits grGISeriUlS gritseriurs
envrs in reporting roepo reporting Ung It shows all th ththings these theseUtlP thesethings
things and much more that is I open to tosevere tollevete tosevere
severe criticism crttlc as to methods while whilethe wbllethe whilethe
the elements e mentll of whitewashing for which whichail wblchan whichall
ail the Commissioner were ere not re responsible re reapon responsiWe ¬
sponsible apon lbt are so clear that even the thewayfaring theVoyfarlDC thewayfaring
wayfaring man cannot fail to observe otaervethem obtierveth observethem
them th m In short the record I is one that thatIf thatIf thatif
If it ever ver sees the light will 111 astonishthe astonish astonishth utonlahthe
th the communKy conununttyt tail arouse its keen In Indignation Indlcna indlgnation ¬
dignation dlcna tion and awaken A wak tt the Ut wrath 1Ir th of ofevery orevery ofevery
every father and mother of the great greatarmy gr grarntt greatarmy
army of Children In our schools And Andthta Andthis Andthis
this astonishment asto bJbment and nd indignation will willbe willbt wiltbe
be caused quite as much by the man management manaement management ¬
agement of the case winch lftch was dominated domi dominated domlnatfCl ¬
nated by one official a aIC ny > y the school schoolconditions choolrdltJona echoolrenditions
conditions rdltJona which hlch were shown to exist existand exlatand existand
and which still exist so far as s the de demoralizing 1e 1emoralizing demoralizing ¬
moralizing talk which they cau caused d is isconcerned Iconeernfd Isconcerned
concerned concernedISven coneernfdEven concernedEven
Even if the withholding of a record reeoNand recordand rfCO rfCOnel
and nel consequent verdicts without seeing
It need no comment from CormnH CormnHloner CommlIoner Commtei
i loner Macfarland it will probably seem seemto e < ni nito mto
to the Washington public that the spe specific specific apeciflc ¬
cific statements Jltatem nts of the preceding pr lng para paragraph paraCraph paragraph ¬
graph do seem to require comment from fromhim tromhim fromhim
him H V BOYNTON BOYNTONWashington BOYNTONWuhlngton BOYNTONWashington
Washington April 17 17FEW 17FEW 17FEW
FEW CALL TO SETTLE SETTLEUP SETTLUP SETTLEUP
UP DELINQUENT TAXES TAXESToday TAXESToday TAXESToday
Today was was the last opportunity given givendelinquent alVetd givendelinque
delinquent d delinque ll14uet tt taxpayers to redeem the theproperty theProperty theproperty
property sold by the District Dt trfct government govern government goverftmeat ¬
ment in IMC 1 for unpaid taxes taxesOnly taxetIOnly taxesOnly
Only five or six pei Jl4ttGU on called at As Assessor AJIMWOr Assessor ¬
sessor Darneilles Dlaraetll office this the morning to totake totake totake
take advantage of the chance to redeem rddeemtheir rGdliemlhdr redeemtheir
their houses bO 1f and lots lo
DL D A AR R LEADERS ASSEMBLE ASSEMBLEIN
IN THIRTEENTH CONGRESS
MRS CHARLES W FAIRBANKS FAIRBANKSPresident FAffiBANKSPresid FAIRBANKSPresident
President Presid nt general of the th Daughters of the American Revolution now n9w in inthirteenth inthirteenth inthirteenth
thirteenth annual session here hereSuffrage hereSuffrage hereSuffrage
Suffrage Question NotFor Not NotFor
For Official OfficialR BZ BZlicafisloth u g t tI A Au ADe
De rOi Q c I b Democrats el1osrqts l PI e P PhcansBoth u uits
licafisloth llicans oth Part Partof Parties its Hearffl Hearfflof Heart Hear WM rl err Tear f9 lXr
of the Pro Proposition p ositiorig
Conferences were were Held this t merging mergingrefettve mor JItOro JItOrorelittfR ing ingteratvee
refettve to the proposition pro to have Ye Yete a avote arote
vote te on the tbtrsuftnce tkitrsuffrnge suffrage question in the DIe District Dtstll DIehlet ¬
trict tll t of Columbia Col mWR when the the ti a people are arevoting areYeUng arevoting
voting at the primaries primariesThe RrirnuJesThe primariesThe
The principal prt dlmeeu meeting was held in the het theoffice thed1t
office t d1t fllce of Edwin Sef Sefton ton chairman of orDemocratic the titeDemocratic theDemocrtc
Democratic elections committee Charles CharlesW Cha ChaW Charle4w
W Slater the leader of o the Hearst Hearstmovement Hearat Hearatmoement Hearstmovement
movement and several other prominent prominentwrrkers prominentWtTkens promlaentworkers
workers were present At the con conhtt4on co coehttfon omi omit
< htt4on of the conference it was a ajirunced Aft Afti aniacuncedd
i jirunced uneed by Chairman Chairman Sef Soften ton that the theprQDoaition theDOIIltlOI1 thepsv
prQDoaition psv DOIIltlOI1 could not go to on the offl offlclal oftII edlebil
I clal ballots as some nte of the leaders had hadBPjegeeted hade hadm
m BPjegeeted ggeeted e ted because e the lbe elections eom eomnJhsion eomIwIon comliIbslon
nJhsion had no power po to put it there thereRepublicans thereRepubIicans thereRepublicans
Republicans in Line LineThe LineThe LineThe
The matter was also Iso taken up with withChairman w1LhChairman withChairman
Chairman Chapin Brown of the Repablicati Re RepdbHcaii ReItGbltean
pdbHcaii harmony committee cone hittee He also ateobald a1eofIlld alsoBald
bald the KepVfbll ipbbltzans ans could not make makethe makethe makethe
the vote an official one He thought thoughthowever thoUCht1owever thoughthowever
however that something should and andwould andCuld andwouid
would Culd be done in a little while whileIt whileIt whileIt
It seems that all parties and factions factionsarc factionsart factionsarc
arc for the proposition but the leaders leadersare leadersare leadersare
are in doubt as to We best method to
begin bean m the tight ftg t Some think the voters votersshould votersshould oteri oteria1tould i
should feat attempt to get a bill through throughCpfk tbrouChClftgrMS throughCCrgresa
Cpfk ClftgrMS resg giving the District of Qolum Qolumtia GoIUmtta Cplumbla
tia a it Delegate Del te on the floor as have the thefight theother theother
other Territories and w kter make a ag1tt afight
fight g1tt for the right to elect the District DistrictCxmmisftioiters DItItr DlatrttCmIiissloier t tmltluiouen
Cxmmisftioiters mltluiouen Others are of the opinion opin opinion opin10ft ¬
ion drat the election of the Commis Commissioners Commwnnrs Commissevflrs ¬
sioners should be taken up first firstCombined ftrstCombined firstCombined
Combined Action Favored Favoreiit Favoeoj
oj it I t is my hope now no mid Chairman ChairmanSef CIIaInnaDft ChairmanSeftopt
Sef Seftopt ft ton Qtt this afternoon that as soon an anthe allt asUe
the t e irlmarjew rlDNU1 are over the central tom eomntlttee eoBtmltt tommittee
ntlttee mltt of the tbeDent Democratic eraUe aDd Repub Republican ltepubI Republean ¬
lean I n parties will get together her and take takecombined takedmbinned I
combined CCm blned action tJon I believe the people peopleshould peoplpshould peopleshould
should vote on the matter and I favor favora favorprimary
a primary after the coming conventions conventionsI
I also a bellpve bel ve that the Commistrioners Commistrionersshould Cqmmlnsionerss elll elllshould
s should ouM be elected by b th the t e people they theyare theyJoyendn theyare
are governing Later we could get the theDelegate theDelegate theDelegate
Delegate in Congress CongressI Con ConI
I favor fav any method d that will get the thesuffrage tbeUft i iautra
suffrage Uft autra a for the District paid said Chair Chairman Chairman Chairman ¬
man Chapin Brown and the Republi Republicans RepubllCaDS Republicans ¬
cans I nelieve believe will work 1JOIkia orkin In conjunction conjunctionwith ciDnJuncttonwith cOnjunctlonwith
with with the Democratic Dem rat1c or any other patty pattyto part partto prtyto
to bring brln < about the change changes ehaqeFrtd
J Fred Kelley went on record In Caver Caverof faYOrof favorof
of the suffrage and Charles WSAtor WSAtordid W Stater Staterdid saawrdid
did the e same
EvenBreak Even Break in inFight inFightForOhioPatronage Fight FightFor FightFor
ForOhioPatronage ForOhioPatronageFight For Ohio Ohi Patronage PatronageFight Patronagefoi
foi foifightBetween
Fight fightBetween Between Foraker and Dick Results in aDrawEach a aDraw al alDrawEach
Draw DrawEach Each Procures Appointment Appointmentof Appointm nt ntof
of One Candidate i
In the matter of the appointments at atSandHSky atSand atSandusky
SandHSky Sand Ohio the thtCOICet1 forces of Senator SenatorForaker SenatorPorak SenatorForaker
Foraker Porak < and Senator Dick have fought foughtto
to a draw drawThe drawVIle drawThe
The President today sent to the Sen Senate Senate Seaate ¬
ate the nomination of Charles A Jud Judson Jud8On Judson
son to be collector of customs at thatpoint that thatpoint thatpoint
point and James A Melville to be post postmaster postmaster ¬ I
master masterThe masterThe
The outcome of the struggle has ha b been beenanticipated beenanticipeted n nanticipated 1
anticipated with Intense interest interestSenator interestSenator t tSenator
Senator Foraker had demanded that thatEd thatEd
Ed Zurhorst the present collector be berefused beretUMd berefused I
refused reappointment and that tha Charles CharlesA
A Judson who is a member ntem of the theOhio theOhio I IOhtO
Ohio Ohio State Senate be appointed to suc succeed succeed sueeeed ¬
ceed him In this tb h he was U successful sueceastutBut successfulBut aueeeutulBut
But he also o asked for the resppdntj resppdntjment reAppoInt reAppoIntmellt reappointment
ment of 0 Postmaster Lehrer who was wasRIVAL wasCOLOMBIA wasOMgIA
COLOMBIA OMgIA NOW t1E SHAKES SHAKESWITH 8AKE8IT
WITH IT RIVAL VENEZOEIA VENEZOEIAi VEN VEELU ElU ELA ELAStrained LA LAStrained
i Strained relations between tween Colombia Colombialand CoioMblaa Colombiaand
land a and d Venezuela will 111 come to an end at atoJtee atonce t tonce
once Both af the countries l1lye have agreed agreedI
I to reinstate reln consuls COIl8U who were with withrelations wtthdraw withdraw
draw at the U thne 01 the bPeaJdq oK of ofrelatlona ofrelations
relations relationsThe relatlonaThe relationsThe
The State Desarqtmeat was w otteial otteially oOdally
ly notified this morning of the changeof change changeof c cor
of heart on the part of of t the two tw South SouthAmercan SowtliAmerican SoftthAmerican
American republics bllea by ittsystrli from fromMinister fromMinister fromMinister
Minister Bowen at Caracas for three thrwyears tbrCearz threeyears
years earz tl the e two nations have been n at outs
most mo t active in the campaign B BZurnor nZurhorstn against againstZurhorsts agara t
Zurhorsts t reappointment Je ntnaeut Lehrer had hadthe baathe hasthe
I the backing of Senator tor Foraker and Dd rf rfRepresentaive afRepr ifRepresentalve
Representaive Repr talve Jackson of ofthe the Sandusky Sanduskydistrict SaJtclu Sanduskydistrict ky kyI
I district districtThe dtrtetI districtrhe
The Dick people plf opposed Lehrer on ontho onthtt onthe
I tho the ground that certain charges preoeidr pre prevDtu prely
vDtu oeidr > ly made against t Mm merited ted the thedefeat tiled
defeat d t of his aspirations At the last lastmoment lastIment lastmoment
Iment moment they succeeded N in holding op opLehrer
up
Lehrer Lehrers s appointment appolntl et which Wtlle h h hrqudr had ha4retU1F al alreadr
I readr rqudr ben bentor agreed upon between betweenForaker tWHR S ator
tor Foraker and the President PresidentJames Pr PresidentJames t tJamal
James A Melville name was then thensubstituted t tI theneubatltuted
substituted for Lehrers hrers and nd was today todaysent todaySfJftt todaysent
I sent to the Senate SenateOtner SenateOlner Senate010cr
Otner nominations nominu nQ ntlone ions received today were wereWar we weWar wereWar
War Infantry arm arnTo To be captains captainsFirst capta1aaI
I First Lieut William H Jordan 1l Jr JrEighteenth jIJlshteenth iseighteenth
Eighteenth Infantry Intan y 1irst W Jieut rt Court Courtland Courtland Url Urlland
I land Nixon Second Infantry InfantryNavy Infant InfantNavyTo InfantryNavyTo
Navy NavyTo To be a lieutenant U junior Uaorcrade juniorgrade olor olorgrade
grade Ensign Walter WI X Hunt8ETOI1 Hunt HuntSEiTOR HUIltSENATOR
SENATOR ALLEE PLACED PLACEDON PLACEDON PLAEUt1
ON CONGRESS COMMITTEE GOIII1TEESenator OMMITTES
Senator S mator Allee ee of Delaware Delaw this after afternoon afternoon r rnoon ¬
noon received reset + e4 notification from Chair Chairman Chairman ¬
man 11 Babcock Ba k of the th Republican Con Congressional ConlIeIiISIonal Congreasional ¬
gressional Campaign < n Comnittee of law lawselection hUJMlectlon busselection
selection as Delawares representative representativeon rep taU taUIon
on that committee committeeBoth committeeoth committeeBoth
Both oth Senators mttor Alice Itt and Ball 11 were werecandidates wercamlidatt4 werecandidates <
Ion candidates for this honor A3 As1 J Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬
ward Addioks H the th national commit committeeman commtfor commitfor ¬
teeman for Delaware the selection of ofSenator orI ofSeuitor
Senator Aller All his hi chef hd liutenant 1i denint nlnt f fo foth for forthe r rthi
the th oth other r high pcsitu In n tl tlK ± e pare paricouncils ltarteouncUIJ parecounctis >
I
councils iua intrtncheti atrtiuUe thUtaI th the AiiUks M1 icK1t fuittd fuittdmore tw twmore fuiuamore
more firmly than aver ver before
Every State and Terri Territory T TerritorY erri erritory ¬
tory Represented at atChases atChases atChases
Chases Today TodayMrs TodaylYlrs TodayMrs
Mrs Fairbanks DeskCovered Desk DeskCovered DeskCovered
Covered With Flowers FlowersFrom FloversFrom FlowersFrom
From Admirers AdmirersCommittee AdnlirersConlmittee AdmirersCommittee
Committee Fails Fa s to Ap Apportion Apportion Apportion ¬
portion Seats and Con Confusion Confusion Confusion ¬
fusion Results ResultsWith
With the inspiring In plr1ng notes of a bugle buglecall buglecall5
call call5 111 sounded unded by t i trumpeter t in intinetal Ci Citlndll + u utlnttal
tlnttal uniform the II Thirteenth + itinental 1 1tinental 1tintntal
tinental uniform tea th 11 Thirteenth Thlrttfntht < itat o othe
the t American Am rkan Rev Re < htMn tdn was formally Jorniaiifopened formallyui or 1il 1ilullId
opened ui n d at 10 oclo ocJk ocl k his morning inChases in inChases inChaStM
Chases Theater The t Mrs lr Charles Virr rp nFairbanks n nFairbanks nFairhanlrN
Fairbanks preaWU president nt t s g neral l1 ral of tin t tit 11 national na national n ntfonal < ¬
tional society oclt prstdi pNI pre o i and more mr than thanar th B BTon
Ton 011 ar + delegates de legates from every ec d r > State and all Ter Terlitory T Tlitory Tritory
litory in the th Union Cnh nll1 n responded to roll nalcull rollcall T11all
call < all
callThe allTbt
The theater through thre throughut U h tit t was decjratil decjratilprofusely decIu decrat1profusely 11 11profusely
profusely in the nitioul r I LI colors COhi OIJ > 1L 1LWere I In I + it itWere t tWe
We Were festooned akiiv bmh 0 rh balconies ba1c nles jd jdover Jdoer e d dover
over the th boxes box s Krum the djs OVHT OVHTthe nv v ir irthe r rthe
the stage a large American Ann rican tag nun nundirectly hU hurt hurtdirectly l ldirectly
directly back ba < k of tn uie n < i L tssk k occupied uccupi1tht Iff Iffthe 1 1the
the president genral gen rtl and 00 Small smeller r onts ontswere 1Jr 1Jrwtrt or orwere
were hung about the lh stage rage setting SfttUI setting A Alarge AJ Alarge
large J USt framed picture p1ct u r if f the prop J d dContinental dContinental
Continental Hall eeiod < i Iid > i > d a rutspiruaisplace conspieuoui conspieuouiplace cn pilI < UJ UJpJa
pJa place < tj on the platform pl tturm > cad ad a numb number r rpalms if ifpalms > t tpalms
palms and large larw ferns rl were used in inth Inth Iflthe
th the decorations decorationsa decoratJoM3ftra decorationoars
a oars rs Fairbanks tabi tI was comi eoni1t eoni1tly cmIlt cmIltly > lt ltly
ly covered with wit h fliiai tJ a I tributes tribut fr f iu iumany litmany inmany
many of f her friends in the th convert onn1fiL onn1fiLone i ione tone
one of them tbem a hug 1u duster ll r 0 Ann r ran r11Beauty ranBeauty a a aBeauty
Beauty i iSy roses and Est F ast r Uht lilies attrat attratespecial < ttrad ttradeal
Sy especial eal clal attention attentionFailed atttntH11lailed attrnuonFailed
Failed to Apportion A > port m Seats SeatsPractically SeatsPractically SeatsPractically
Practically no bui bu buint inets was wn Uis di dii > I If ifof Iof
of f at the morning sr < talon lon owinC owin wirJ < 10 10the IItile tothe >
the failure of the th committee ommUt in t ihuive ihuivef Ilaytpi liar d dpt
pi f arrmsigeinents to provide fur the t II ira iramedhte in inmedate lrlte
medate medhte te seating of d ddptts ddpttsJfIII legates legatesWft legatespktu
pktu JfIII Wft Fairbanks Fairbanks kll called call the convention te teW tAc tCand
c and W alter af r the opening J ening pray prayer r bycttgiagjstRrti by bycn lyyct
cn cttgiagjstRrti jpRiB fe brai rn Mrs tin is Tunis 3 3Jiaoibn So Somhn dliamhn
Jiaoibn mhn and the singer slnglrig of Ti T The Star SiirBpangled Shri Starspangled
i spangled Banner I by y Mrs JIIr Mortrti MrganLewis MortrtiJLwls MrKnLewlstnd
Lewis Lewlstnd u ttn4 d the convention Mr Mrs Kur Kurbanks jollrr i alr alrbanks
r banks made her annual annu address uddrt > riiie riiieMrs lifesaid he heI
I said
Mrs Fairbanks Speech Speechfnce Speechn
fnce n nee t the > meeting of u the last coij coijKi CPl CPlgJHB c e egrss
gJHB Ki x there has been h tn an tn increase IncrOa oi If iii iiimembers t M7 M7members 1 1npmOtI
members to your surlety st soItt < > ty Thin > iui iuiof rLIof ni niof < >
of these lh are the th rijiiiKUters or or soldi old ft ftwlio 1 1who rswho
who sev HVf eved > d in lIlt VAT Ar fur in indrpea indrpeadene < li < n nen
dene < en t n < These 1h 4o > orti uftr very very vn I feral riu riudaiKhteis LIlje LIljedulKhters + ie iedaughters
daughters are ar welcoinil weic onted with sin s + i it itlltiisure tIlt t tInto
lltiisure Ilt eurr into th ttlt siit grJtrgaltlzall grJtrgaltlzallwhwh at organizata orgaii iza in inwhich t twhich
which was formed ti t perp JltTpttU1 t tatl t me meideas lIeIdtaJO dueideas
ideas their tI elr fathers fatha ra fouirht to estahl estahiix estahiixits sUhl1h a alt
its h token to n of thir tht tb + ir r uelcomo el omf > iai a1t a + h I Ithh if ifthrc f ftheev
theev special p tCtal < cial members is pres pr presented > spntd nt d wih wihsiuvtiUr 11 11uul
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pay its debts and announce us ustude its h Na Natude II IItude
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