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VOLUME XV. NO. K12,
MAIHON, OTIIO. TUESDAY EVENING. .IANUAIIY H.1907:
ntlCE TWO CENTS
FORAKER AND LODGE CAN
CHINA flAY PREVENT
OUR WAR WITH JAPAN
NOT REACH AN AGREEMENT
A S h&W
Ihe Brownsville, Affair Comes up for Discussion in
the Senate and the Ohio Senator Makes
a Very Heated Speech.
He Refers to the Sixth Ohio Regiment and Declares it was
"Bravest Regiment That Ever Wore the Uniform"-
Foraker will Probably Uffer a Substitute for the
Original Resolution-Galleries Were Packed
at Yesterday's Session.
Washington, Jan, S. At tho con- substitute, hut It Ik expected ho will
elusion of Monday's debate In flic oUw ("institute of his own.
Bcnate. It was ng.eed by senate ., PiHiry to his discussion of
, , ' , L the Brownsville Incident, Lodge nre-
Icoden, that a settlement of tho con- scntC(1 hs sUhstltute res)i,ltion ,.
trovqrsy bHweou Senators Foraker pared by Ifnox confining the proposed
and Lodgo on tho discharge or tho senate Inquiry to the "affray" at
negro troops of the Twonty.flfth In. Brownsville and eliminating any re.
,,,, . ,,, view of the president's action.
fnntry was not In sight, . . . , ... . ,
' , , , Lodge followed Senator Ocailn,
Prior to the speech by .Mr. Lodge who ,,n(, roncllItU(1 n two-hour speech
It had been the intention of Mr. on the Japanese question. The gal.
Foraker to offer a substitute for his lories, Including that reserved for
own resolution, and In this substitute tho, diplomatic corps were crowded
as,: the committee of military nf- VSl
fairs to conduct an Investigation into For.iker said ho was opposed to tho
nil of, the matters pertaining to the i,0dce position,
nffray at Brownsville, Tex. Tho -cheia is no autocracy In this
term "all of tho matter," It is mid country," said Forakor. "no auto
would havo permitted an Inquiry Into t.ra,jCf dictatorial, unrestrained and
ho constitutional questions, although nreitrltcd power, no. no even In tho
that would havo been a question for coir.mandcr.in.chiof of the nriny. All
.the decision of the committee. power Is derived from the conslltu-
Scnalors who sought to end tho tlon."
icor.troversy between Forakor and wiillo ho disclaimed nny Intention
eunjwrtors of tho president's action (0 dlssus-. the affray at thta time
V.asjimetl tha tho milltatV affairs Forakor icmarked ho would say in
committee would havo con!rtoietl passing "that If what Is contended
that the constitutional and legal for here be true; that thoie was .such
nations involved were for tho dc- l(l conspiracy, and such consummation
liberations of the Judiciary commit. t0f it, and that tho numbo- of men
teo 'fa.'.Ht ,'-., " ' 'f'1' i'I' ensaRoil in It, amVthc nuinbor oTac.
' Foraltor said that ho caiel llttlo ccssorles beforo and after the fact
for thu ithraseojogy, but ho did ob. neccsary to can- It out, vers a
Jet to Lodgo's Interpretation of the charged, it Ir u thing which han
n:b3tltuto prepared by Knox, and of- 'never happened in all the history of
.iiMcu ii) nit: .Mu--ui-mi3cuo Dcnuiui .
fl'lifci nmiflntl litm in nr&n fl.n T ntlfv. ',
Utlli lllCM Jlllll IU llHf-V Kl i "In-
H PENSION FOR
Rockefeller is Determined That the University Professors
Shall not Lose by Being Discriminated by Carnegie
He, will Give $3,000,000 for Pension Endowment.
Chicago, Jan. 8. John D. Rocker
feller's next large donation to tho
University of Chicago will hn a gift
of $3,000,000 as a pension fund for
superannuated professor of the Instl.
tutlon. It U announced that tho "oil
king" will moro than reimburse tho
university for whatever loss It might
lmvo suffered through tho slight fiom
tho Cnrneglo fund.
Already plans which ecllpso the
possibilities of the Cnrneglo fund and
It Is stated that ho "warmly nppiflvea
them' ' Tho university officials,
knowlnc thai, they would not ronio In
for a share bf the Carnegie money,
began work some time ago on a pen.
slon fund of tholr own and havo
nearly completed tho task.
Fayno Gllmart Is Rearrested. 1
' ... n .tan. 8. Payne Oilman!
was reavreBted Mondny on a chingc
of nldlne ho murder of l.or bIb ei
Dona The uflldavlt wa flleil In Squlie
Marey'8 court by Dotecttvo Hoiummi
of Cincinnati, who lo In the city In
connection 'with the grantl Jinys
m-obo of tne case. iuo u.iuih
Banie as that on which tho defendan
waJ tiled in Sanl.e Wasno.'e . comt
Boveral weeke oro nnd acquitted,
her motnor aim wuuiui,
held to mo Bruno jmy.
im iiav Pavno Oilman
waived examination nnd was bound
over to the grand jury under bond at
I5.00U himlHheu uy ncr umnnm.
GeorfllariB Bolted the Caucus,
"WttaUIUBtou, Jan. . Hlimlnsham,
a in wn nelocted ua tho location foi
o ,...w fiub.tiottBury by u caucus
southern HCtutors and ropiesentatlves
at the canllol Monday. Columbia, B
C and Birmingham Avero tho oul
cltleu voted upon in tho final ballot
and tho Alabama city Won by u vote
of 17 to 10. TheOoorgln cjeleaatlou
bolted' the cauoiis amid neither At
luiita'r.o'r Savannah wuh votod upon
by the citucus, which wuh attended bj
inreBentatl04 of the dolOBatlom
fiom .Florida, South Carolltia, Ala
'bumu uua'TenncgEeo. . , ,
uur priminai jurisnriuiouio. Such a
.thing never could happen, never will
"Chicago Is excluded from the
Carnegie fund because provisions of
its charter piovldc that Its. president
must be a llaptlst and two.thlids or
Its trustees Haptlsts."
Dr. Thomas W. Gondsprcd, regis
trar of the university, and sen clary
of tho boaid of trustees, slid today
tho university never had made a pica
for admission to tho Carnegie fund,
nnd that bore was no cause for sur.
"Wo h-ivo boon woiklng on a fund
of our own for n year, and It will bn
only a short tlmo beforo oiir plans
will bo put Into effect " ho said. Mr.
Rockefeller has gono over tho plans,
nnd warmly appro vos lliom. Wo have
not yet' finished thom. Wo undaubt
edly will have a system which will
bo even better than tho Carnegie
scheme. It will bo In tho nntuie
of n special endowment fund.
Fight Which wilt Mean Fi
naacial Ruin is Begun by
Morgan's Ship Trust.
New York-, Jan
. S. A trans
war xvlll bo foughS
other of tho hljj
Unftoa StnKM a financially wiecUbd.
The light in for eontiol of continent
al traffic Tho ship, trust, formed
by J, V, .Morgan, precipitated tho
eonlllej by tiiq announcement thpt
it would U30 tho clpiniiol jioylH tit
big uhlpa of thu Whl Star luo In-
tead of BondliiK them uto Llvewicu!
happen nnd never did happen."
Foraher said (heso arrests wore
made, but as yet none of the men
charged had been tried or given op.
portunlty to refute the charge against
them with evidence.
Mr. Foraher challenged aliy ono to
snow a single precedent for tho ac
tion tiiken; to show one single In
stance whcie a man has been dis.
charged fiom the nrmy without honor,
when thnt man has been charged with
crime anil where be protested against
so being discharged.
"is the president of tho United
States over and above tho law? Can
ho Ignore It," he asked.
When Mr. Foraher icmarked "and
now I come to tho Sixtieth Ohio,'
on air of Interest swept tho chamber
"Will some one tell me why that
regiment was cited as a pi credent?"
be asked, and, loplying to hit own
question said, "but 1 know, and ev
ery ono hcio knows why It was sj
cited. It was the bravest leglmi'iil
that ever woio the uulf'Min."
Mr. Foraker maintained that the
regiment had been honorably dls.
chaigcd. lie said he had been Hood,
od with letters, nnd n number of these
he read to sinw that thu rculment
was disorganized while under parole
and hehl In tho service after Its term
Washington, Jan. S. When tho
Senate mot, tjod'iy, tho public nnd
private gallorle.i wcio crowded. Hun.
dreds of people tiamped thioiigh tho
rain in expeotation of thi Meld day of
tho debate nn tne noted Inownsvllle
When tho resolution was (aken up,
Foraker who hadn't completed his
lomarlts ycbterda; in criticism of tho
administration, explained that he
preferred to speak at a later dato.
Ho announced, .that TlUman.'jio
hepe'f to "take tho "floor "today, was
detained at homo by Illncsi. Over,
man, under tho pievlous ngrcoment,
discussed tho question of executive
usurpation nnd state rights, after
which Daniel to')k up the negro
ho Cunard lino will nccopt tho
challenge of tho ship trust nnd land
Its p.isscngcis at Cheiboun; and the
dock nt South Hampton. With tho
continental trafnc to Cherbourg, dl
vhjed between (lennan lines and the
America lino, the advent of tho White
Star and Cunard lines means n light
which is not' id to bo bitter. German
lines despatches,, f rom Hamburg today
say' they will meet tho new eompetl.
Hon by rate cuttings,
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u. va5?j i t&mmmMimw. -. . mz-r ..
wmmmMY"mr, mi mws jm
"r .s 9.r "mi) iwr: i -'m i vi ww . a
'; f ' "John D, Rockofolhr, Jrv U a tookholdti tho new American Konao company."
. ' , I K t , . BIL'i ' -..., Dratlky In Chicago Nw.
1. 01. .vikv . . . . o. .VJIK v '
it v '. e f " n i k. mammm h -r
,A, LiM!l A.A..LLiJ..uLiaaC,..-V,"'V- A ' jMg,, H''ttTf ." i A S .. . . U Lj' . .
Cause Arrest of Three Lead
ing Business Men of Ne
vada, a Dry Town.
Upper Snnlifek.v. 0., .fan. 8.
Phillip Allioim, 1-. H., Krmer, and
B. (I. Ihiuff, Ihive oCVXexMiln
leading liu-uiiess men, Torched, as
they claim, cae.s f beqr i CliriM
tnas pioveiils fiom u brott cry. They
wcie n rusted Sntuuluy IJvTtlie anti
Saloon Ijiglio uiulijr .".thof Search
and Sei.uie act and lijilay I inner
.mil AIIkmiu weic rinol!jy."0 and
Msts by .Mayor PaiicoaBl . llaulTs
icrviiifj will occur lulcr'.Ki'Wiilii U
i dry town. 'fi
BELIEVU MISSING VESSEL
IS BEING TOWKI) TO POKT
slcauisliip "Poikc'' Jnnj; joverdue
'mm l'Hi IWco, is ImLVvOil la be
n tow iif I lie Hliwinliip
f tin Trinidad TrndiU',' company,
.vhicli was duo bore lust Sunday.
Tlie ".Mmnu'i'N" was uii'iVpoi led
'.Iris niorniii and shippilijj men be
lieve n!io full in wiUi diiato)-od
'Piiine"anil lis lowim; lier in ihis
noil . rive voxels urunntv seaicli
Mir for the Ponce.
Wants no Tampering witli
the Ballets Cast.
Xeew Yoik. Jan. 8. Iou nctinjr
inder the aijtliorjty of Attorncy
icueral .lackxon, who yeslerday be
Mil suil ito ou-t M'.iynr McClellau
rom oil I co., early tijday paid a viil
o the iiu'1ioiic nt Staplelou
vlieu' wore i cleaned many ballot
oxes n-eil in Ilia elcolioit of 1 !)().').
i'Iio exact purpoM! of tins move lini
notvel ilevi'U pfvi. I lie ponce oiieivnibt by fie jmirt coniniiliee oi
die explanation Mint the attorney-' miner and ininc owueis, which will
souoinl wislu. to ."ccuiv njrainst' pvi bibly end Hie miners' stiike.
auiporinjr with the ballols con- The operator njrii'eil lo an "advance
lained in the boxes , wh ch are in pnv for -killnl miliei-s to ." iior
lion ii to hae bean broke:i.
THE KONGO WILL BE ALL RIGHT PRESENTLY.
(q to care rgm4Wm A?
TRIPLE TRAGEDY IN
A SEATTLE SA LOG N
Seattle, Wnliinj,'lou, .Inn. 8. K.
IU Turner, u wejl known lawyer and
niiiiiii"; mini, was shot and instantly
Iflil'led ln-t nij-bt by Captain Kul
ii'oiw. tlio iiiopiielor of u cijcnr
staiml. Andrew Wu-sell, I lie jiropti
cloi' of the wiImiii in illicit tlio
lnift injr occurred, was 1mi Mint by
Kiiimoiis'. Kmmoiis then -lint ami
killed li'uiM'If. The lnii'ily win the
result of i ipuirrcl.
BY A COW
Four Persons Develope Well
Defined Cases of Rabies in
New York Institute.
Xcw Yoik, .Inn. 8. r-William (,(W-er-dck,
wife, son and hired man,
aie in the Piolem institute heie
lotlny Miffi'iliu fiom liyili-(i))liobiii,
as I ho ici'.It of bcinjr billon by a
low. Two -week- no a mad ilo-r bit
the cow, mill a wick nn the animal
lui ned mi three 'members of tlio
fci.ii'ly and the lihvil man, ami bit
all. YeMeidny all four developed
FARMER SHOOTS HIS
WIFE WHILE SHE SLEPT
,. T'Juichsville. 0., Jm. .S.-Qracil
by an hallucination that, enoiiiic"
Were' Ju-y'tiar to drive him frum lioinc
Simon liiuilliuer, acd (10, a well
'o-do fanner rcsidinjr thiec inilc
wc-t of here, last niht shot
killed iiix wife ns she Mejif
I'riival of n ijoii rit'ciili'il
oiidi'i;,' hi own Jifc.
STRIKE AT GOLDFIELD
NEAR A SETTLEMENT
(iohlfie'd, XoMid.i. .Tan. S. An
jii(.'iiii('iit was leached Info l.Tst
day and lo lop men io $l.fi0.
'i'ffif'R i '
ma1?' ' ' '
If Other Powers Can be Interested in Manchurian
Commerce the Task of Checking Japan
will be Divided.
Diplomats Place This Interpretation Upon the Invitation
of China to Great Britain, Germany, France, Russia
and the United States China is Determined to
Put a Check on Japan's Ambitions.
Pckin, .Inn. 8. "Tho Awakenim,'
of ( liinn," which is mi iniicli heard
of lately, may avo the I'nitcd
Slide, from u war willi .lapan in tho
not far distant fiitme. Diplomats
fi.tw flffii'eil that .Japan's insatiable
ambiliou will noii('r or later briu
her into confiict with tJie Unilcd
Slates. "Awakened" China, how.
oxer, proposes to put a (died, on the
Japanese aiub'tion even in the ori
Thus is the interpretation placed
upon the invitation id' Cbin.i to
Client llrilain, (iennany, France,
Uiissin iiud tile Coiled .Stiites, lo
ARE HELD IN A CHURCH
Henry Buchtel, a Methodist Minister and the Chancellor
of the University of Denver Becomes Governor of Col
oradoReception will Supplant Inaugural Ball.-
Denver, Col., Jan. 8 Homy
Ilitrhtel, Cbancollor of the Unlvcralty
of Denver, nnd n .Methodist Hiiiieopal
mlnlflter, was at noon today inniigu-
lated Oovernor of Colorado.
The cercnioniCiX attending the ln-
aiigiiietlou resembled a minlsterbil
affair 'n almost every le.peet. The
Trinity Methodist Hplscop.il rhnich
was tho hcene of the Inaugural ceie.
inony and huclitel tools tbe oath of
offlie In tho pulpit. All former gov
ernors weio liriiiuurateil In the cap
Itol. Tills Is perhaps tho first time In the
h'-!'! or i be t'nlted Statesi that a
tuiiitla" icremoiiy was held In the
'clitvnjh. In accordance with ilie
wlt'hes of the governor, tho usual In
augural ball xvlll not lollow, to
night, but In-tead a reception xvlll bo
held at tbe i.ipitol.
llucbtel's Inaugural addicsa and
OHIO PENITENTIARY WILL
At the Next Session of the Legislature This will be One of
the First Things to be Considered-Health Conditions,,
are Extremely Unsatisfactory at the Institution.
Columbus, Ohio, .Ian. 8. The
fiiestioii of removing Hie Ohio peiti
lentiaiy 1'inm Culiimbiis and axx.i.x
Prom any center of population xxill
be one of the first Ibings taken up
al the next Ms-ion of the IcgVdn
(jov. HuitU has ju-d pxon his
uoiil that h will appoint a cimimis-
slon to tn
e up tlio (iiustion of the
' null H IO"H "llin W4 HOI) l UMlll
leinoval of Hie "pen" as soon as be siippuwil as a niiUunco, doij
ilic leislatum coineues. Tlio Iciris. o,.rs, ) n,,, mMU health."
nthe ad t'leutin." tho coiiiuii.ssioii1
pioks Unit ils niuinhor.s .must bo
ippi.ixed li.v the .senate. In coiiso
iiienco an appointincnl liy I he gov(
ninr 4ii mis nine would no use
ess. Tim miiilal sickness of Cover
nor l'aili.son prevented llio naniiiiK
of the 'i mniiis-ioii a ytur '.io.
"it is iucvLliihlo tluit the penin-
cnliary will be reinoxcil from Co
lumbus" said Senator Ward. "The
delilor.ilile eiiiid'itinus exisling wiilli
in the prison xxalls xxill never bo
NATIVES IN PHILIPPINES
SUFFERING FROM COLD
Manila. 1, I.,
wavo sxvept over
.Manila Is r.ri.r.
.Ian. S.A cold
Luzon nnd tho nd
Tbo tompornturo In
degiees, xvhllo nt
-vv a A
join her in a conference to diseim
the coininerc'al fiitme of Manchu
rin. it shows Jier dctcrmin.ition lo
Iic.kI ol f .lapan l'mm obtaining the
preponderant influence in Mnnchu
rin. If the oilier nations can lio in
ducetl to become bidders for Mnn
eliuriaii liudo, China .cnliyes tliey
spi'tdily l.'mit .lapan '.s infliiencp
liieiv. Once the other nations have
Milllcitnt interests in the Pacific, to
demand pioterlion, the entire bur
den of checking .lapan will not "bo
lift tn the I'liilcd Stales alone, n
would be tlio case if Japan's ambi
tion leil lie' 'nto nsMiminp: a dan-t-eroiis
uitilnde, nt picsont.
mesnage to the sixteenth assembly,
levloxvs the pledges put Into the He.
publican platform and which he says
must bo hept. Regarding rallxvay
i-onunlFMlon control of tho state's
conimiece, he holdn that the legisla
ture should decide with a view to
giving t lie railroads Just protection,
and as io xx bethel tho commission
should have the authority to approve
special rater made to aid tho now
Industrial sti.te. He wishes that all
legislators could close their car to
tho clamor of lobby 1st, and declaies
he will pay moro attention to tho
silent protests of tho common people
that be will to the pleadings of those
who ore alxvays desiring something
fiom the state. Ho nsls for compre
hensive and conservative Insurance
and banking laxvs and mentions popu.
Inr senatorial elections without coin,
i edit icil n loii,' as the institution
reiii.iiiis in Columbus, . '
"At picsont touditioiis- tat ilho
penitentiary are worse- than over,
and yet the pr'nnn ol'ficiul.s .are not
particularly to blame. The prison
is aiiliiiiateil, overcrowded, and tlio
win l;liops niv in i'turfiit shape.
Take the pnson cijf.U' l'actory, for
in-taiui'. It is in Mich ulinpo that
if il. uiio ill flnvnlninl wluilliKi.
,. ,n1:11 ,.;. ,..ii. ,. .t .t .i.i'
The tlnlics of die commission In
be naiiieil by Hie snvenior xxiill bo
I to tnho an inveinorv lo dek'nuino
the xalue of Hie picsont
I i.iiiii nun iiuiiiiiiig.s ami to ionic up
am. I her ite for tho smto lieuiil in-
t ;'tut n . The idea is to locato a
now ipeuiontinry out in the coun
try xxlicie from l,r00 to 'i,000 nciws
of ground can be utilised, prisoners
lo he woilced out of ilnors ami tho
prcM'iiei simp system abandoned ns
far lis possible,
Dagulo. provlnco of Bongnl, It Is 30.
It Is the coldest weather experienced
In tho history of Manila. In 1872t
tho tompcraturo reached 50. G. The
natives urn siilferlng us they nro not
provided xvlth clothing for cold
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