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Rain This Afternoon
Yesterday's Circulation, 48,826.
ffefCS ONE CENT,
SATUBDAY EVENING, MABCH 1, 1913.. Sixteen Pzgts.
. VISITORS ARFMVL
Public Comfort Committee is
Swamped' With Requests for
' Rooms in District.
ILLUMINATION TEST TONIGHT
Vile President-Elect and Wife
': Are Photographed and Plan
for Churcft Going.
Hundreds of inaugural guests flock
ed into the city.t'nia afternoon to take"
part in the inaugural fete which is on
in full blast today.
He public comfort headquarters,
shifted to Union Station, found them
selves swamped with applications for
rooms fors guests without previously
Everybody was happy, from the Cul
ver cadets, who marched down the
Avenue at 7 o'clock, to tho last lone
visitor from the far-away West, who
was almost lost on the Avenue. Every
body is on pleasure bent. Washington
extends them a welcome. The inaugu
ral fete is to be the greatest in the
history of the country.
Tonight the Avenue will blare forth
for a short time with the wonderful
Illumination scheme of festooned bulbs,
Tomorrow night and. every night until
the next week-end the lights win con
vert the Avenue Into a gay White Way
The beginning of the inauguration fete
found the Vice President-elect and Mrs.
Marshall tSe" center of activity. Barring
real social engagements until the Larab
Sferlev dinner Mondav nletit at the New
Wlllard In honor of the MarshallcSfand,
the Indiana .Congressional jlergatfon
.is Marshall! Toda found themselves
SXj jwrreunded b a? large grou J of .friends.
l T newspapermen, pnoipsra-jncre, oenaiurz,
f Congressmen. -
Mrs. Marshall devoted her morning to
Sitting r photographers, and receiv
ing a number of friends. Mr. Marshall
greeted a few writers, personal friends,
i and legislators.
, Visit President Jaf t
He planned to -visit the White Houss
this afternoon to .pay bis respects to
President Taft, and afterwards to go
to the Senate.
"I want to get acquainted with the
men with whom I shall ue associated
during the next fpur years," declared
Mr. Marshall today. "I think it a good
idea lo go to the Senate right away
and get an early starts on acquaint
ances." Tomorrow the Maishalls will at
tend the Church of the-Kplpbany. where
the Culver, Ind., Military School Cadets.
Mr. Marshall's escort, will be present.
The mounted troop boys -will go to the
Foundry M. "S. Churcn and the Cath
olic students to Catholic churches. Mr.
Marshall breaks his usual rule by at
tending an Episcopal church.
He will attend a Presbyterian church
here regularly, but he has not decided
on what one it shall be. Mr. Marshall
posed for pictures today. Senator
Shively of Indiana was one of Mr.
The Vice President gives every in
dication of being a "Democrat in every
sense of the ord. He is a great base
ball -enthusiast; he smokes cigars, and
occasionally a cigarette. He is cordial
.May Attend Cabinet
He agrees with the ideas of President
elect Wilson and will go into Cabinet
meetings if that is Mr. Wilson's plan.
Of the Mexican situation he says that
he cannot speak in an official capacity,
but that personally he thinks that in
tervention should be the last retort.
He declines to discuss the matter of
President-elect Wilson's Cabinet ap
pointments, aitnougn ne is undoubtedly
as thoroughly acquainted with
situation as Is Mr. Wilson himself.
PresIdent-cJecrTmson will receive to
night by special delivery the last word
on arrangements forinauguratlon Sec
retary Vlck this afternoon dispatched
a letter containing directions for the
reception Monday afternoon at the sta
tion. He also Inclosed a Picture of the
' Court of Honor, marking the Presiden-
ernor Mann and staff of Virginia
ipeciea nere tonignt. Other gov
wilt be arriving tomorrow and
John A. Wilson and Edwin Wil-I
kln of the Prestdent-clect. came,
jH-tht city today, and registered at the
aaHiE-iiBiD xiuici. n ucre ine wuson iau-
vijinner. Miss Caroline A. Howland,
-ar aidlanapons, is also at the Shore-
uTjirt." as the guest of the Marshall.
v '4Fi joirji congressional committee
.Je rearranged for ten seats in the
VSesse and ten seats in the gallery
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sH VEATHER REPORT.
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Suffragette Trampers Arouse
New Interest in Parade Set
for Next Monday.
REST WORKS BIG CHARM
Sleep and "Regular" Food Does
Women Lots of Good
They All Look Better.
The suffrage hikcjrs" rfrom New
York have captured the city. Even
the inauguration is forgotten today in
the interest excited by the women
who completed the 250-mile tramp yes
terday. A good night's sleep and sev
eral hearty meals, of "real food" ''not
like that furnished at some of the
wayside hotels," has worked wonders,
and the women, who arrived in a some
what bedraggled condition, many of
them wan and tired looking, made their
appearance today at headquarters, full
of vim, looking bright and rosy as if
tramping from New York to Washing
ton were only an incident in their
They were scarcely recognized to
day, for "hiking togs" have been ex
changed for some of the sweetest
gowns," with lace about the neck, and
furs to guard 'against the cold. But
this is only a concession to conven
tions. Activity Is Renewed.
There is renewed activity at head
quarters with their arrival. The let
ter incident has been patched up and
all have decided to unite in the great
Arrangements for the banquet of
honor to the "hikers" are completed.
There will be about . 200 guests at
1 of " Colorado."' will 'be 'toons " !thet?tl
speakers. Congressmen Richmond
Pierson Hobson of Alabama. Edward
T-. Taylor of Colorado, Mrs. John
Rogers. Jr., of New York; sister-in-law
of. Secretary Stlmson: "Gen."
Rosalie Jones, and Miss Constance
Leupp, of the "pilgrims;" Miss Alice
Paul, chairman of the congressional
committee in charge of the pageant:
Mrs. Fitzgerald, recording secretary
of the national association, and prob
ably other members of the "pilgrim
The pilgrims have established new
headquarters at 422 Fourth street
northeast. They retired early last
night, but were out bright and early
this morning and had seen "half the
sights in the city before the rest of
the people were up.
"Early rising is our forte." Miss
Jones said. "We learned It on our
Like Treatment Here.
All are enthusiastic oyer the recep
Tlie pilgrims" will occupy a special
section in the pageant Monday dressed
in their regular "hiking" costumes. The
letter sent by the National Association
(Continued on Second Page.)
Sentence of Forger
Oden B. Gray, convicted In the Dis
trict Supreme Court of forgery and
sentenced October 26, 1912, to three
years In the penitentiary, will be re
rcleased in April. His sentence was
commuted to six months oy President
Gray was convicted of forging his
brother's' name to a check for S50.
Those seeking clemency in his case de
clared to Pardon Attorney Klnch and
to the President that Gray bore a good
reputation, and was under the influ
ence of liquor at the time of the act.
He is esteemed by the firm that em
ployed him, ana upon nis release will
Be given a responsible position by the
v. B. Moses Company, according to
Information given the pardon attorney.
4 Condition of Banks
The Comptroller of the Currency Is
sued a statement today, showing that
the resources of the 7,424 national banks
In the United States -a ere $11.153,599.2(56. 47
at the close of business February 4, at
rnnwiio r, a tntmnf . v,.
Child Is Injured
By an Automobile
Virginia Montgomery, seven, years old,
of 207 Tennessee avenue northeast, was
knocked down by an automobile at
Eighth and B streets northeast last
night and hurt about the head. The
child was taken to the Casualty Hos
pital where It was said her Injuries were
not of a serious nature.
Four Hurt in Crash v
On Pennsylvania Road
BUFFAID. N. T., March 1. Four per
sons were injured when Pennsylvania
passenger train No, 111, bound for
Philadelphia and Washington, collided
with a switch engine in the yards here
today. The switch engine was "over
turned. Three of the injured are rail
Titanic Hero Honored at White House Today. Accompanied by Wife
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WEBB BILL PASSED
For Second" limen 'fifteen
, .Years Congress .Overrides
Action of Executive
The House this afternoon passed the
AVebb bill, - governing Interstate ship
ment of liquor over Ihe President';!
veto. The vote' was 244 to 95.
Thn Senate enacted tha .measure over
Taffa disapproval yesterdajvand it now
becomes a Jaw. , ,,
This Is the second time laflfteen-years
that the President's veto .has thus been
When the vote was . announced by
Speaker Clark prohibition members on
the floor and ''white rlbboners" In the
galleries, broke into general applause,
and the Speaker was forced to banc his
desk vigorously to restore order.
President Taff's message vetoing- the
bill was read to the House soon after It
convened today. .A message from the
Senate announcing that that body had
over-ridden -the veto was also read,
and Chairman Clayton, of the Judiciary
Committee. Immediately movM to re
consider the bill and pass It, "the Presi
dent's objection to the .contrary not
withstanding." Sunday Session Seems
Probable in Congress
Owing to the rush. Incident to the
closing of the session, the Senate Is
planning a Sunday session. Senate
leaders said today Ahat recess would
probably be taken late tonight until
sometime tomorrow. House leaders will
do liken I.e, If necessary.
Jury Gets Conway's
CHICAGO. March 1 Evidence on
yhlch, the Stat? expects to obtain tho
convlotlon of Charles Conway and
Beatrice, Ryall, on trial charged with
'the murder of Scphla T3. Singer, Bal
"timore "woman, v.as given to the Jury
today. It was the confession of 'the
crime made at the coroner's Inquest by
House Bill Preventing
Rate Raises Slumbers
No action will be taken In the Sen
ate on the House resolution, which fs
intended to prohibit an increase in hotel
and boarding house rates here during
the inauguration period.
The resolution has been referred to
the Senate District Committee. All the
indications are It will there die a nat
Young Man Slashes
Throat With Razor
In the Cacualty Hospital Edward
Dougherty, twenty-two years old, liv
ing In Virginia' avenue, southeast. Is
recovering today from the effects of
slashing his thrat with a razor at
Eighth and L streets southeast yes
terday afternoon. His condition Is
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CAPTAIN MRS. A. H. SOSTSON.
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De la Barra, as Vice Presdien
Will Assist Nephew ;of
the Former Dictator.
MEXICO CITY. March 1. Gen. Felix
Diaz in all probability, will direct the
affairn of "revolution-shaken Mexico. It
Is planned to designate Senor de ta
Barra, former Mexican ambassador to
the. United- States, as Vice President,
to assist the nephew of the deposed dic
Upon de'la Barra's shoulders, will rest
the .renponslbillty of guiding the des
tiny Of Mexico until such a time -as tho
United States Is assured that the prop
erty of Its citizens In this country is
safe from harm, both from the hands
of the government and the Mexican
Th IJberal Democratic Club, com
posed of the moat publlc-nplrlted men
In' the .republic, is meeting this after
noon, and will lndirse Diaz and de la
Earra for the Presidency and Vice
DOUGLAS. Ariz.. March 1. Con
demned Xa death for their part in the
recent Mexican revolution. President
Vlciorlano Huerto and'Gen. Felix Diaz,
provision commander-in-chief of the
Mexican army, are to be executed
"when apprehended," according to a
manifesto Issued by the Maderlst
forces, encamped eighteen miles from
EL PASO, March 1. Mexican federals
and insurrectionists are reported to be
vaglng desperate war against each
other in he icinity of Canada, the
large copper mines owned by American
stockholders. American lives and prop
erty are in danger.
Colonel Romero Is in command of the
federal forces, numbering 3,500, while
while the Insurgents, being followers or
former President Madero, number but
Wilson's Successor Is
TRENTON, N. J.. March 1. Woodrow
Wilson quit the statehouse here for
good at 1 o'clock this afternoon after
watching the inauguration of his succes
sor. Senator James F. Fielder, and mak
ing a speech before the Joint session of
the eglslature in which the keynote
was the need of courage In public men.
He also declared that the country must
be ruled by conscience and not ny ex
pediency. A crowd of 7,000 attended the cere
monies filling the streets and the capl
Jailed as "Brains"
Of Band of Firebugs
NEW YORK. March 1. Charged with
being the "brains", of one of the most
notorious firebugs ever operating In
America. John Dantcs. keeper of a
roadhouse in the Bronx, was today com
mitted to Jail for thirty days by Magis
trate" Levy. In the Center street police
court, to await the arrival or cxtrad!
tlnn njLNra from Chtcsao.
Denies and. his wife both Insisted they
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FORI MYER CLERK
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C. W. Baines, Assistant to the
Quartermaster, Takes Life
C W. Baines. sixty years. old. chief
clerk to the quartermaster at" Fort
Myer,,shot and killed himself shortly
after noon yesterday Jij .his quarters at
the fart. 'Baines aimed at this heart,
but the bullet entered" his body Just be
iow that organ aiid passed through his
abdomen. He died-in -the way to the
hospital.. Ill -health1 vis .given as the
cause for suicide.
Baines was a native of New Orleans,
.where his wife, and several grown chll-
urea npw uve. ne mta ueen 'empioyea
in (thei qunxteanaater's department at
Fort Myer for many years, an,d had a
great many friends.." both inj Washing?
ton and Baltimore.
For severalr-months Baines; had been
suffering, with 'a malady which he be
lieved incurable, and had often re
marked to his. friends that life was
hardly worth the living to a man who
suffered as he did. The suicide, how
ever, came as a shock to all who knew
him. 5f ,
At noon yesterday Baines went to his
room, atid evidently laid down for a
short while., He then procured a serv
ice revolver and shot himself. The shot
was heard by passers by and his door
The funeral will take place tomorrow'
afternoon from Fort 'Myer with mili
tary honors. The Interment will be In
Arlington Cemetery. i
Let Castro Come
Here for Inauguration
Clpriano Castro ,can come to Wash
ington to see the Inauguration ";lf he
wants to. No obstacles will be 'placed
in hlswayby Government officers or
p.gcnts;-and he H' free to re-enter' the
United States and go uhereyer hojvy-llls.
The Venezuelan' is still, however.inder
the" watchful eye ofagen(s of tbVjJu
reau of Investigations of the Depart
ment o'f Justice. "
Secretary of. Commerce and tabor
Nagel made positive statement today
that his departmisi hrnjip'hjj.mmlgra
tlon channels, would BI "j7 ""
bar casiro a mouu un, .au
not Interfere wilh. his entorim
United States at any port.
coming to wasaingiun.
". ta avnPlpH flPr
the inauguration, and will stay atfthe
Bellevue. i ,
Report on Army
, Accepted by Senate
The Senate agreed tothe conference
report on the army -bill today. As th
bllt stands it carries a total of 9iS66,l.
This is $3,9s7' more than the bill as
It passed the House. .'
The provision allowing &000 for sub
sistence of West Point cadets while 'lo
Washington stays In the bill. The pro-,
vision tor amendment of the law as -try
courts-martial .remains. , 7
A.romnromls was effected as to al-
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Confers ' Congressional Honor.
on Titanic-Hero, in Presence.
of Notable Companyv 4
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r Capt. A. H. Itostron, rescuer ojf more:
than seven hundred survlvorsLpf the
Titanic, was presented a Congres-i
slonal medalln the East Room of the.
White House' at 2:15 this afternoon
by President Taft. The presentation-
of this medal, which represents the'
highest .recognition. Congress can be
stow for acta oLtimnuil hernlam. vr
witnessed by Captain Rostron's w;fe,1
wno came to Washington, with him
yesterday; Ambassador James'.Bryce,
Third Assistant Secretary of State
Chandler Hale, wharepre'sented the
Secretary of State; members of the
House Committee on Foreign Affairs,
th'e Senate 'Committee on Foreign Re
lations. Mr. Thayer of Philadelphia, a
survivor of 'the Titanic and Mrs. Lu
clen Smith, whose husband was- lost
when the great l;ner went, down.
The medal, designed by John Flana
gan, of New York, and presented by
him in person to President Taf& cost
Captain Rostron, who is the guest
of an old .friend. Dr. Henry Fry, 1920
Nineteenth street northwest, arrived at
me wnue .Horse, from tne British em
bassy, where he attended a luncheon
in his honor at 1 o'clock.
After the presentation of the medal.
Captain Rostron returned with the Bri
tish ambassador to tho embansy, there
to be presented with the American
Cross of Honor. This medal Is award
ed once a year by a society which Is
composed exclusively of men and -women
who have been given medals by the
Ignited States Government In recogni
tion of heroic acts.
The presentation of the Congressional
medal by president Taft. had in It an
element of personal Interest, in that
the same disaster which gave Captain
Rostron a chance to show hln itioKIa
and to turn the Carpathla back on her;
course to thread her way. through Ice
strnwn spas toward the tlnv hnAtn In
which were the surviors of .the .Titanic,'
cost tne me .ox aiajor Arcnioaia tfutt,
.Via Diu.M.nl. M M,4 f. 1
Captain Rostron.- .who. since attract.
Ing world--wtde notice by his rescue-of
tn 'manic survivors., nas continued
modestly In the service of the Cpnard
company, has been assigned to the
command of a vessel larger, than the
Carpathla. With Mrs. Rostron, he will
return to New York tomorrow at 1
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Thaw Obtained a writ of lja',?EuI"
In the eupreme court, on f ""J"'
appear to have another,,,n,'n
made into Ms. mental coM"&E JW
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Public Buildings and IKvtrt
and Harbors Mtam Jtttfc
Apparently Defcattd. -, t
FILIBUSTER AGAINST LATTER
District Projects Are Lost if
Former Diet in ConfereMt,
as Appears Certain.
Two of the great apBWpnatie
measures before Congress -are. appar
ently defeated. Neither Will WaBenr
ed. to become a jaw 'this seesioa nnJese
greatly modified. They are the
lie buildings bill sad" the 'riven and
If the public building bilf faik it'
will defeat the propose J BenMriei
bridge across the Bntomef, the pan
to connect Bock Creek IPart and -Po
tomac Park, the District Jumary aai
the building for Toyil women of the
civil war. s
The public buUdaS; bill wiU in afl
likelihood die in conference. The con-
conferees' on the Wlh havejnei, and
are unable thus fr to 'agree:
Newlands Starts Filiater.
The rivers and-Tia'rbors bilf probably
wiU be .talked td;deatb. 'A'aUbaater
against. ,it began, this morning In the
Senate .when Senator Nelsoit broocbt
up .the. conference report and Senator
Newlands began to. talk agaJnnt time
in opposition to .it. '
She two bills' carry a total of about
198,0(0,080. The -public buUttscn saeas-
ure roughlyKrrlea 45.,-. and the
riveraand-hnrbors -nteaawe' HMWWt.'
tswre orcne'iwo mi
Jleverthe Democrats of nnliTi inih in
men caused by charge of'ttqchse eat
travagence. - ' f f ..
Special ' Importance attaches' to Use
public Jmllsangs WXt focthe JMstrlelv'sn
fernsfa?sry Inithe Dtttrtet'an nllov-
ance. at.maw.m- fr.n'pnrlc;esjaectlac
noes, vrseaanc aaaOTiwisr ,j-ara;
and also' made "Drovlsien. for tha two-.
posed IraOdlnr. for the- krral tronun of
ui ci-ni war, lO'De-usea as nemoqnar
tem for the ;Rdi Cross.
Taffa AttknJe la Tartar.
-WlUj'theftaule of the bill, all 'of
theaV I terns' wffl'ifalL
f ,JTfle Souse 'and Senate conferees could
not agree on 'any of the large Item for
the District -which the Senate attached
to tho bill. The-House conferees) re
fused to agreeto them. Furthermore,
the House conferees refused to agree to
'the Kerh 'amendment, which wan sat
on In the-' Senate. Thin ameadmeat ls-
Intended to prevent any at the money
appropriated or authorized -in the pub
lic buildings bill being used in a town
unless the jpostoftlce receipts reach
$10,090 a year. .
Unless there Is unexpected yielding
hi conference', the public buildings bill
is doomed. . It was generally taken for
granted about "the Capitol today that
it would be found Impossible to get to
gether. The fact' that President Taft stand
ready to kill the public buildings bill
by a "veto, r either -a direct one ora
pocket veto,- is a factor in the situation.
Members- are not particularly anxious
to give him a chance to veto the meas
ure and claim the credit for economy.
This' is especially true of Democratic
!Means Retrenchment for Year.
The trouble over the rivers and har
bors olll centers around the Newlanda
amendment for'a great national board
of river regulation and control. The
conferees knocked this provision 'out of
the bill. Senator Newlanda began to
talk aaainst the conference report as
soon as he got an opening this morning.
ana- killed time urging his amenament.
He is not alone In the filibuster. With
him are a number of Senators. Includ
ing Owen. Burton, Kenyon.. and sev
Failure of the public buildings bill
and the rivers and harbors bill means
an actual cutting' do fwn of the expen
ditures authorized for the coming fiscal
year. It, Is possible the District bill will
fall this session, but if It does it wiU
be enacted next session.- This will mean
nothing In the way of economy.
If the public buildings bill and rivers
and harbors measure are wiiea. no at
tempt at 3uch legislation will be made
until a year hence.
Garment Strikers ..
In Hard Battle
BOSTON,. May 1. Two strikers were
arrested.: a r number of heads were
broken, and ariot call brought out. a
large squad of reserves when pickets of
i uarment jaaraers .union
breakers today .engaged In, a
the neart orpine ,aown-
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ANetaMit Are' ThrtM Ef
Wat- Me t
Defend ant Cottoeim
Two suits for dWMgea
ssmwe were.ed mi tho,
prose Cavt edar affaieat
SteUwagea, WilKnia V.Ji
Hut a SediessV as, an
the Congrwri a.1 iaaoranee
CenHnerckl Fire TnTiinnrn" fiPnif
and the First NatienalW Inwuiasjen
.GsBpaay, tie two Wnnhingie eernw.
reewtty Jnnder. anretifntist
by the Bens Coraittee. Each jwiw
for ISSe.MrdaBMgea,. - si
Z Wfcirt Th Out ft. ; '.$;
It is set forth in the declajraJUom'the
th-,three defeadairtsi. between Deeess.
bert and U, "did nntewtnOy. wickedly,
federate, and agree together to mjsn
ane destroy tho"; good '3Bae.- tasne,
crefft. and buslneee" of tiutwa cosa-
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xThe ailegeji onspiraey'aoaststed. Ifla
aTesresT. of "InstHllae insCte: salad at
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vmm-iammmc, u pwtnnry,ponry
an. stakeholders. ,stnast nn i
wsnC'J, n; pnrfweetethe,5nUts
oonslraey;l;i: ohared thai,.fl
rauduMttt.- and ooBostve i
or Mneetstsnning: Between ns
ptelntHfa and: Ha eSleera and .agensn
uma the. Saiermteseator ! IneasBneeT'
whereby, the 8enthenhalldin; wan
W appraised, at a& jpjfnfraMBflesaa
to tne ana tnatttni
flats their, assets.' .
Tha eharsa. la
ants alleged that the -eve
placed, on the building wnejto be-.eeed m
a basis to advertise, fraudolssrUy asjt
seU stock .at ajBtoher'prteeand,."
cover up Josses whlcK it had prevlewnty
experienced; and to sJww-k'iswra.psee-peroua
condition than It was? enMtte
to show." It Is charged, that " thrnefh
the publication of these etstei ts'tnei
companies were greatly dasaaned.':
The-attempted pnbflcaMeepeeVaai en
planatron by Commissioner, Jndeen hi
regard- to the reappraise-aent eC the
Southern building in- snade ia-iHrrtjier
ground for the suit. ItiaelaesMd Ansa
"onlv because of thevnCaaai.'of -
newspapers, on acconnt of. Me
uatoo". uniair ana ptejeescsst i
to .nutnian" said .Ta taw ana m
statements contained hi sid"i
Dartlal explanation that the del
were prevented from earryinr isrt i
run ana 'compiete-eneci uar-ui
wicked and malleleue jBtentJen."
That the defendaau sent tnv
nation In nueatloa- to" S-.Congrei
committee and conspired-to' have Jt 1
corporate in speecnen ana xonasT pw
llshed on the floor of the JIeee.'te
further charge made by theplfintura -
Another AHefntieA. s . ;;;'
Anotheh allegatien In the the.
dants "In' pursuance of- sJA i
and conspiracy, falseiy rereesMer te
the above-named membeee ef the HeeT "
and commfttees. and? otheen-thet- Seh j-S,
ert Tuttle. the third vteenreeldsnt. and, i
a director of the Tirt NnUeneiVir m--
Buraace Company. aj?.'Frearic!t.'.
Dudley, the secretary and treeee,.,.)
and a director of the oafaar.:.aajsrV -Richard
WlghUnaa. a. dtraeter of. the. '
company, were insurance tsissse :ad v
had been driven out of the-.8baisi.efc-New
York on account- of lonijn4 ?
frauds there comsaltted.by tllsenv-; .
It Is -also charged that its defendae' '.
represented to the members ef Cearea
and others' that Justice Ashley rt
Goulds of the District Snpresae Court, m'
director of the FlrsC National Ftre'Ja- j .
murancA Comoany. wan betaar brake. . -
company the sum of E.M a year te.se-.''
cure the use of hla name'andteeeeer; .
"and to further the fradnlent pnrnaee t
'of said plaintiff company- fit treeltos;
poor ana ignorant people.'' CJ,V
As a consequence of. the stalem "
credited to tne aeieBBwma. it asiusri .
In the declaration. the-Pteis4ie,cefc;rv js
nles have sunerea greai"a. "!'.
damage." I; . foZL
IN CX)NGRS JODeXI-.
Senate met .at 10. - " " .
Army appropriation bill conference re-. rfj
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.port liKCU IU. j .t. rX.
ReaoluUon adopted authorising he.-.
ing of street, cars -on Pennylvnnie,tN
avenue durine suffrage, parade. T ... -
Filibuster over river and harbor bill and; "
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tmnniA ir rnmanKCB ucc: . aiwwbw -.
building bUC B,oth. expeetedte ajl.' 'fl
PuhHc building blU.contalMi(tseorni - '
Eulogies for 8enatoi.Heyburn and Je h
Davis -today. . . -i .? avi . v : '
Senate wiU probably he liseaeieexTspcr s -i
day. . -- '3,H:
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