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BY HIS PHYSICIAN
Lanham Will Get Here Late in March
or Early in April Henry and
Stephens Also
Special to The Post
Washington March Ianham says I
expect to return to Texas liy the last week
ot this month or the flrst week ot next to
open my campaign foe governor I will
leave here n soon as I can do mi consistent
with the public Intercstb
ltoprciontiillve Stephens nlll leave here
the middle ot tho week
Mr Do Oraffenrcld will be detained for
some time because ho has charge of the
hills of tbe admission of Oklahoma Now
Mexico and Ailzoni Ho ran lint leave now
without detriment to these bills which arc
of National iiiiporlutuc
Senator Ualley who has bccil quite 111 for
seme rttys will on the adUco of his pby
blau Uturn to Texas to recuperate fur
several weeks Ho will probably lea > c
AVeducsdaj
Since the Items of the bill have been re
ported from tin committee on rhurs and
harbors Mr Henry Is making blh arrange
ments to return to Texas to glu attention
to his campaign From a number of the
members of that committee It was well un
derstood that each item on the bill wan
uncertain and undetermined until the pub
lication was made yesterday bonce It wan
absolutely OKsciitlal that Mr Henry should
remain bore lu order to jjlvo tho Urazos
rher item proper attontlon Hluce the phh
miro of tho bill by1 the Iioumi U u certainty
after be and Mr llurleiton effect certain
arrangements with reference to this matter
at the Donate end of tbe capltol which can
be accomplished within a few dayx he will
return home He will piobably leae Fri
day or Saturday
MISS STONES CAPTORS
Their Punishment Demanded by tho
American Minister
Constantinople March 3 The United
States minister John A Leischman has
presented a note to the porte regarding
the capture of Mis6 Ellen M Stone by
brigands demanding the punishment of
the guilty parties The porte in replying
repudiates responsibility and denies all
liability
Natlonil Bank for Enloe
Bpeetl t The Port
WasMcctou March 3 The comr > trnn t
of the currency bat approved tbt applica
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HOUSTON TEXAS TUESDAY MARCH 4 1902
HENRY IN CHICAGO
2L
The Prussian Prince Was Given a
Most Cordial Reception
MANY GERAIAN VETERANS
Were in the Crowds and Lei Their
Loyalty Be Known
GERMAN AIRS AT THE BANQUET
Carter Harrison Wished Long Life to
the German Emperor
TUB STAR SPANGLED BANNER WAS SUNG
And the Audience of Thousands Joined
in the American Sona Enthusinstis
Number Fifty Thousand
Chicago March 3 A glare of led flie
that could liu seen for miles the blazo ot
huudreds of torches the sparkle of myriads
of electric lights and the cheer of thou
sands of people made up the first taste ot
Chicagos hospitality that was given Prluco
Ilcury of Prussia upon his arrival In this
city this evening His train arrhed at the
depot of the Chicago aud Alton rnllroud nt
fliO oclock and from there after he bid
been formally welcomed by Mayor Harrison
and the members of the general reecptlon
committee Prince Henry rode through
streets packed with a multitude whose
cheers compelled the distinguished visitor
to bow coutlnunlly to the right aod loft
For the entire distance the sidewalks were
solidly massed with people so closely
packed that It was with the greatest dllTI
rulty that tho lino ot policemen drawn up
In front ot th curb for the entire distance
rould restrain the people from crowding
ovci into the street and cncioaihlug upon
the line of carriages Kvery building along
the route from the depot1 to the Auditorium
hotel was gayly decked wltb bunting the
pievalllng scbome being the American and
fJcrman Hags intertwined Tilth tbe black
eagle of Prussia over nil
Many of the buildings had upon their
fronts elaborate devices made up of hun
dreds of electric lights At the same second
the lights were turned on The torch
hearers who were German veteran soldiers
lit their torchc almost the same Instant
and from end to end of the boulevard be
tween the bridge and Michigan avenue
twothirds of n mile awny there wan an in
stantaneous blaze f red lie from both
tides of the street
Waiting fay the princes arrival at th
railroad station were Mayor Harrison and
the members of the reception committee
warmth of his welcome nnd bowed and
smiled repeatedly and after he had taken
his seat he nodded right and left to bis
cnlertnlneis as they sealed themselves
F Willis nice proposed the health of
Trlnce Henry It was drunk amid loud
i titers and bafore onethird of the guests
had suuk Into their scats the prince was
on his feet
I I propose the health of tbe president
of tho United States be called In ring
ing tones and up came the banquctcrs and
the health of President Hoosevelt was
drained in hearty fashion Mayor Harrison
then rose from his seaU Long live the
emperor ot Germany he called holdlug his
glass high Oucc more lu volume as deep
as before cumc the cheers all tho guests
waving their napkins wildly
After the banquet which ended shortly
before S oclock the prince nnd hU suit
drbve to tho armory of tho First Infantry
where the Uirmuu cltlsams of Chicago hud
niraugtd a choral festival In bis honor
Michigan avenue sidewalks were lined as
closely as the people could be packed A
roar of cheers greeted the prince as he left
the hotel and from then until ho passed
within the doors of the armory there wan
ono continuous shout which was eclipsed
In volume only when he entered the ur
xnory where COOU people most of thon
born In the Fatherland or descendants of
those who bed breu wert gathered to meet
Ulin
Several thoutand people were on tbe out
side of the bulldltg and they added their
cheers to those that swelled up In the In
side of the building As the prince entered
ttie hall tbe great orchestra of more than
100 pieces burst forth lu the national an
them of Germany Then there was another
outburst of cheers that was reechoed by
the Immense crowd outside
Directly under the box occupied by
Prince Henry w a buife platform upon
whjcli w if r td the members of the great
rhorns nmltr ttur direction of Oustav 15 > er
tern IWuclly in licnt f tbe chorus was
Special to Tbe Post
New Vork March 3The lnlrlck trial
has Rotten down to n cut and dried affair
nud the testimony today wni plvcn In n
rapid and towc wny Ofbnrnu Is tryliic
now to Impress the potnt he has made In
Jouoh story nud does not Intend to let the
minds of the Jurors rest until they have
receUed all he can ulvo them It looks
now an If every name that lia o or been
mentioned in tho case Is to appear mnonc
the witnesses Tho number who htivu ap
peared hits been a surprise Today offlee
and bell boys appeared upon the stand no
noil as A Cohen who was Klces agent
lu Texas
A little In the wny of handwrlllnc opin
ion wus furnished by Judpe itartlne who
atllrmed that the Klpnntures In the 1WK
will wero not Pennine The judne Is an
executor In both of these wills but Is much
better off If tho Inst will is probated A
Syiacuse expert lu haudwrUlug Rave the
jury another lecture In chlrojraphr will en
that body hardly felt they needed Mr
Osborne Is careful however not to have
too many of these experts nppear together
as It would be quite Impossible to compre
hend their testimony If too mueji was heard
at once The HUgpestlon of forsery Is al
ways kept before the Jurys mind and the
handwriting testimony Is Riven In doses
that they arc supposed to bo able to dl
Ront
Some very Important testimony was pre
sented todny In way of witnesses who
showed Tntrleks movements to be as the
proserutlon alleged that wero at or ahouf
the time of Mr Itlces death Patricks
office boy was the most lnterestlnc of these
In more ways than one Incidentally ho
showed how great an expense one Item of
the trial nlone amounted to The exofflce
boy was brought from Flerlln nt the people
expense nnd presumably will he sent back
there when the trial Is over H also nf
Arms that his mother Is to receive r > 00
from tho county for the sort Ice of persuad
ing cr son to come here and testify On
the direct examination the young mans
story was not given In an effective nnd
seemingly sincere way Tho defense too
was able to shake the witness In some de
tails and he spent an uncomfortable time
while on the stand
Kxactly wutu the prosecution will rest
Its case ran hardly be Jndged now Os
After presentations Mayor Harrison form1 borne has evidently changed his plans or
ally Rrcited the visitor on bchalt nt the exaggerated matters when ho said some
city of Chicago i ten ilayjiugo that the prosecution would
Tflnee Henry bow hlH WlcmWlffl XJ STOr T
ments flt Mayor Harrisons greeting saying
simply I thank you
Mayor Harrlsou then Introduced to the
prince tho committee of the common roun
ell and members of the general recptlon
committee
The mayor and the prince followed by
the others then passed to thojstroot Hing
ing cheer tilled tho air nH tho pilnce pawl
ed between the lines of bluecoated officers
and emerged upon the sidewalk
Tho cavalry escort quickly wheeled Into
place the pilnce entered his carriage In
which Mayor HnrrlsoL and Admiral llvans
were seated with him and the drive to
the hotel was begun
A feature of tho procession from tho
depot to the hotel whs tho great number
ot veteran tiennan soldiers who lined tho
slrcols and who went fairly wild lu their
efforts to show their devotion to the prlnc
Tho llrst banquet to tho prince begun at
i M p m at the auditorium
As tho prince escorted by Mayor Hani
son nnd others entered tho banquet hall
tho hleaguans made th room ling with
their cbueiK Tho oicheslra which was
placed behind a rrcat mass of ferns an
palms truck up the German national an
them
The prince seemed greatly pleas d at the
go on now for many days for there Is an
Infinite amount of dstnll to cover It the
district attorney sees fit to fry to do so
As to the defense It Is known that the
main point they will contest is that a mur
der has been committed They believe that
they can Judicial show that no homicide
wis proven to haxe occurred and the pros
words that It Is not proven bejoml rea
words that It is not prove nbcyond n rea
foiYblc doubt that Hlce < 1M not die from
natural causes
A B Cohen one ot William M Itlces
agents In Texas who was on the stand
when tho court adjourned Friday was re
called today In the trial ot Albert T Pat
rick He told of delay In his pay thecUs
ot July and August jnoo He corroborated
the story told by Charles F Jones that
there was such delay Jones tenlflrd that
he held back the chocks at Patricks direc
tion and that bo Anally sent to Mr Cohen
seated the orchestra under the dlrectlou of
Carl Ilunge
Tho female members of tho chorus all
of them members of the Chicago Ladles
rhoral society were placed In the gsllery
sbov the main singers
Die chorus sung The True Oermnn
Heart and then Chairman Leffens read his
address of weleomo to Prince Henry
VM rtioriw aceonipanlod by the or
chestra then tendered The Prayer Before
the Battle the original poem wns then
read br H V h fioss
The orchestra struck up The Baftlc
Hymn of the Bepubllc wlileh was sung
by the members ot the Ladies Chnral so
ciety and when the music swung Into The
Star Spangled Banner every man and wo
man In tbe ball ruse the prince aud the
members of his suite rising also The
first notes of the song were utterly lost lu
the wild cry of delight that rang out us
the old war song was heard This died lu
on Instant and then with a force that
seemed to shake tlio very roof Itself the
entire nudlcuce followed the orchestra with
tbo words of the song
It was shortly after 10 oclock wben tbe
prince nd the jnembers of ids nulto loft
the armory At least 150000 people wcra
waiting on the outride and tho reappear
ance of the prince was greeted with tbe
same chcrrs that marked his arrival at the
hall The prluce then drovo to the Audi
torium hotel to take part In the great ball
The chief event of the stay of tbe prlAce
In Chicago was tho grand ball held to i
night In the Auditorium It was perhaps
the must tnagnttlc ut social eveut ever
witnessed In tuU city surpassing even tie
of Admiral
great ball given In honor
Dewey two years ago
The entrance of tbe prince was innrkrd
with the strictest formality nnd the pr
eatatbl jo Mm Carter II Harrison bis
otaduYC witx niado In luauuvr as
quiet tls jSFa dignified
Asmeuj > tho distinguished visiter
had 1r select for
touch V r
their qcejvA V S HrsHsrrlson to
h no h
to pn r n
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cfcaPS
id iiwnrdlatily trgan
be bail room stop
tie front of tbe
went tb rrucrtra
ia walu The
Pit 013 5 CENTS
PROVING SMALL PO
JSpw
That Is Now the Object of District
Attorney Osborne
Bell Boys Patricks Office Boy and Handwriting
Experts Were Put on the Stand Monday
to Corroborate Jones
two checks handed to him Joues by Pat
rick Coheu Identified the checks In ques
tion Ho sold ho lilted out tho body of thn
checks and mulled them to Mr Itlcc for sig
nature They reached him signed Septem
ber IP tnx >
John Hoollhun one of tho ball boys nt
No CHX Madison avenue said ho was on
duly from S a in to 7 p in ou
the day of Mr nice death He saw
Jones lono the house at tl tt p tu after
having used the telephone witness M1
not see Jones icturu This evidence was
In corroboration of Jones statement that
nt about 015 ho left the apartment houso
nrter telephoning to Patrick to meet hln
ut the telegraph oftleo
Paul Tleseh the night elCTator runn tes
tified thut when Patrick loft Itlce s miM
ments ho canled a valise
Hi told me eulit Tloscb that 1 wits
remembeicd In Mr Itleos will but l inrt
better not talk about It because Jonos was
not remembered
Croisevamined by r 1 Tinner of Chi
cago for tin defense Tleseh said he could
not tie sure of tho time he went on duty
that nlgiit Ho supposed It was 7 ocloei
because that was his usual time to report
Tleseh said he had talked with Jones
In tho district attorneys offlee Jones
asked blm to testify that Jnncft had In
troduced Patrick n Mr Smith but this
the wltne s would not do as he hail always
known Patrick as Patrick
Joseph Mnjer testified that he was
formerly employed as office boy by Pat
rick He first saw Jones In June 10nO
Patrick told hlin lo put nil letters marked
W M Ittce lu his Patricks desk He
never saw Itlco In Patricks ofibe nnd
never went to Rleen house for Patrick Hr
Curry was nt Patricks oftleo about ten
times In tbe summer of lltoit The witness
vented a wife deposit box for Patrick short
ly before Itlces death
DblPatrick glvo you aij Instructions
as to what answer you should give when
questioned lit the examination bcloic
Justice Jerome asked Mr tlarvan
I do not recall what was said but I
think Mr Patilck did say that the oftcner
I could reply dont remember would
be the better for all concerned
Mayer went to Europe some months ago
nnd be was examined by the United Stales
consul general at rteilln lu that state
raett he said he got tablets for Jatrik
once nnd Inter when Patrick was In thn
and calomel Today be said bo bad 6Ct
xntrlck swallow some of the tablets
Were jou promised any money for tesll
ftltig In this ease
My mother wtts promised oW said
Mayer
At the afternoon scsslvu two witnesses
who wero examined relative tothe signs
tine eihlblta pronounced tho cenccded sig
natures to bo genuine nil tbe dlsputod
one jw forgeries Ono ot thuso witaesKis
was John l > Dnrtluc formoily Judge of
tho court nf commou pleas of New Jersrj
bfr Itartlne testified to an acquaintance
of many years with Mr llce He drew
tho will of jSi a for Itlco and Is also uiimtd
as ono of he executors of the 18K1 will
and tho present petitioner for the probato
of that will Tho other witness was Joan
Truesdcll fi note broker ot Syrseuse N
V who was still on the stand when eourt
srilourned for the day
a ot eaee o > oae oaoe > aa o e < iese oc9aaooaaaaa sa
prince went to his bor nud remained there
for tho greater part of the evnlng talk
iug for the most part with Mrs Harrison
and the other ladles who were presentod
to him Just before midnight ho was
escorted to the upper room Here at the
request of the prince all formality was
laid asldu and for fully an hour before
he retired to his apartments he met and
epoke to several hundred people
AT ST LOUIS
The Prince Was Kept Buoy for Four
Hours in that City
fit Louis Marth t Piince Henry spent
nearly four hours lu St LouIr today and
during that tlmo he was kept busy fol
lowing out the program laid down for
his entertainment by the local eonimlttsot
From tbe tlmo bn entered tbe Uulon atjij
tlon until his deparluro for Chicago tbe
royal Wslior loceUed u constant ovation
He made a splendid Iraprcssldn nud lib
remarks nnd bearlug showed that ho was
pleased with nil he saw as well as the re
ception nccprded him In the only iiddvcvj
delivered here by him the prince reiterated
the statement mndu lu New York thnt
hfs mission to this country was to cement
thn friendly bonds between Germany and
tbe United States
Albany N V March 3 Trains on all
railroads running into this city are being
operated regardless of schedule and street
n result ot tbe freshet in tbe Hudson rlier
VfcT
COTTON SEED
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Q C Street Co
BOERS VICTORIOUS
Tliey Killed Wounded or Captured
632 of the British Force
THE AlULES AIDED TIIEAl
Scattered the English Soldiers Who
Were Then Ridden Down
TWO FIELD GUNS WERE TAKEN
The Fighting Lasted Two Hours and
Both Sides Were Stubborn
DUTCH HAD BLTWEEN 1200 AND 17C0
That Is the Estimate Placed en the At
tacking Force by the Commander
of the British
ronden March 3 In n dispatch from
Pretoria dated today Lord Kitchener
sends details of the dlsatter to the escort
of the convoy of empty wagons jn Vnudkop
southwest of Klcrksdorp Transvaal colon
The IJrltlsh casualties In killed wounded
nnd men niado prisoners reached the total
of itV2 The Hocrs captured two guus
Lieutenant Colonel Anderson who com
manded the Itrltlsh force and who ban
returned to Kratipan Capo Colony with
nine officers and 215 men rVports that when
his advance guard was within ten mlcs
of Klcrksdorp during the morning ot Feb
ruary 21 the Iloers opened a hesvy tide tiro
on the troops from the scrub The burghers
wero driven otT and the convoy resumed 1U
march when a more determined attack wan
made on thn convoys left flunl the Boer
getting within 100 yards and stamredlno
the mules harnessed to a rmtnber ot wagons
Tho attacking forces worn again driven off
At titMl In the morning tho rear guard was
attacked by a strong force of Ttorrs n < t
slmnltsneously snothcr body of Boers bold
ly charged the center of the convoy and
stampeded the mulrs In all directions
throwing tho escort Into confnslon durlns
which the Boers charged and recharged
riding down the s psrated British untfs
Tho fighting lasted for two hours durlns
which the two British guns and a pom
pom all bad exhausted their ammunition
A detachment of iixvmounted Infantry from
Klcrksdorp attempted to reinforce the Brit
ish but wpro hold In check by tho Boers
Lieutenant Colonel Anderson stated tbo
stTfefitne o f TfiTT Boers was estimated nt
J200 to 1700 Com m rid ants Dclarey Leni
iner Woltnarans and rolgclter were all
present Commandant tammrr Is ssld to
have been killed
SHOULD NOT ACCEPT IT
RtiCOMENDATION AS TO THE PAN
AMA CANAL OFFER
Subcommittee Has Decided that tho
Legal Complications Aro Too Numer
ous Minority Roport to Bb Made
Washington March The subcommittee
of thn committee on tnteroceanlc canals to
day agrved to recommend to the full com
mittee that tho legal complications sur
rounding the Panama offer are hmiSx that
the Inlted Stales should not ucrept It
This subcommittee consists of Nonstorn
Morgan Mitchell Kltrrldge Pritctnird Fos
ter iLti and Turner
Senator Prltchurd was not at the meeting
today while Senator Klttredge mid that
he reserved tho right to make a minority
icport to the full committee The other
four members united in the reeommenda
tlmi
TEXAS QUESTION DECIDED
OF INTEREST TO LAND PURCHASERS
UNDER THE ACT OF T879
United States Supreme Court Holds tjut
Contracts Made Under It Hare Not
Been Impaired
Wathlngton March arlndftc Sttraw set
the Unt < d States Rnprcme c njt toSxj 4t
ltvered thn opinion of that conn ti tbe
case of WUson vs Btaudltrr aftontyr
the decision of the court of civil apfcal
for tbe Third supreme Jndldal listlet of
Texas The case Involved he qaestlM as
to whether the provision of the act of the
TtxxiB legislature at 1S79 forfdtlug the par
chase of lands from the Etfle crs ag to
tbo failure to pay interest aa prese tbf
was rendered nugatory by the adoption of
a subsequent law dispensing wth the re
quirement for a Judicial Inquiry In inch
proceedings The opinion handed downft
day holds that no contracts under the act
car traffic Is completely at a standstill as of 1870 were Impaired liy subsequent lels
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