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VOL. XXV.—NO. 100.
DEBATE IS AID
WARM WORDS OF IXSLRGEXTS IX
II HAN CONTROVERSY MAKES
REPUBLICAN LEADERS SQUIRM
Representative .Morris* Pour* Hut
Shot into the Sugar Trust. While
Smith Establishes R'.'imtalioii .
as Orator in the Fight
TAWNEY TO CLOSE ARGUMENT
FROM THE GLOBE BEREAU,
AVasliiiiKlon. 1). C.
WASHINGTON. I>. C, April 9.—Excel
lent Democratic campaign material wa.s
furnished today by speeches in the house
of representatives by Representative Page
Morris of Minnesota, and others of the
sugar insurgents. Representative
Babcock, who has managed many cam
paigns, listened and squirmed. Bereno
Payne, Adgeted and tried to smile. Rep
resentative Grosrvenor road a newspaper
and glowered over bis spectacles.
In the mi antime Morris and \v. All' n
Smith and others poured in scathing shot
on bouse leaders, charging that the Cuban
bill was Inspired by and drawn in the
Interest of the sugar trust.
•'1 am opposed t.i this legislation," Mor
ris declared, "because every year that
it is in force it will make a gratuitous
present of $-'.-'>" .'<"» to the sugar irust. 1
declare, without fear of contradiction,
that this sentiment in behalf of .s jtT< :•
ing Cuba has hen systematically work
ed up for months by agents of the sugar
This was the tenor of Morris' speech
which he tnnk nearly an hour to deliver
and which bristled with facts and ftgure*
. • Us accusations. The gentleman
from Minnesota was listened to with at
n and by a ].uu- audience. Be was
b< m< what, overshadowed by the effort
Of William Akltn Smith, who pri
him, and who has leaped into fam< as
an orator at one bound. Smith's perora
te :. i.-, tonight the talk on all sides.
Tawney to Close Debate.
gressman Tawney Is to close the de
-1: ' for the Insurgents. v.- has i. en
Cut linni'd on Fourth I'ayre.
ASKS AID FOR THE BOERS
c;;>V. FATES' RELIEF COMMITTEE
iss« los i BGEXT APPEAL
Hopes to Collect $5,060,606 in
Checks mid Draft* for $1 Each*
Which will Go to Succor
CHICAGO, April <>.-The Gov. V it, s 1
relief fund committee today Issued
the following appeal to the public:
"Gov. Y.u. s, of Illinois, has appointed
Igned a commits c to collect
funds for the unfortunate Inmates of
the South African reconcehtration i<nrj>-:,
and President Koosevelt has recently ac
■ from us $5,000 which he nas for
warded by cable to the American consul
al Cape Town. South Africa, for distribu
tion in the camps.
"The entire population ot the two Routh
in republics at the beginning of the
war was less than one-tenth that cf the
: a,tion of Cook county, 111. Th«s
handful of people have for thi>-ty months
been at war with soldiers gathered from
Jill over the world by Great Britain. F.ir
li'otv than one year the women and el il
dren have been herded in reconcentrado
camps, being thus deprived of all meat s
<•; self-support. They are now totally
dependent. One-half of th« children are
dead; but ther.» is still time to help the
oilier half. The mortality amongst the
women has also been frightful.
"They desire to collect live miiUjn
checks ami (trails of one dollar ■;>■ ii,"
from all parts of the United States, pay
able to Theodore Roosevelt, to he pre-
Bt-nted to him as a petition for such aid
jis hi may be able to render these peoi ie,
and as a practical and beni flci< nt d< mou
stration of the sympathy of the people
of America for tins, reconcentrado oamp
puffers. These cheeks and drafts should
1:. sent to Peter Van Ylissingen, 172 East
Washington street, Chicago.
—Edward F. Dunne.
—Carter 11. Harrison
—Peter Van Vlisslngen."
AMENDS ON A DEATHBED
IXK\OW\ IV ST. PAUL MAKES HKS
TITITION WHBH XK.AR BKD
Silks ii ml l>i:i inoinl- Stolen From
lt«:ji nl i hi; Houmc Hut Seven Veari
Ago Are Res(ore«l to Their
Special to The Globe.
RACINE, Wia., April I'.—J he death oca
confession of an unknown woman at st.
Paul solved the theft of y.X'O worth or
diamonds and silk from the fashionable
boarding house of Mrs, F. A. UastelK)
over seven years ago.
Mrs. Castello received a letter from
Mrs. K. Clarks, No. !,f.fl Clark street. St.
Paul, stating that a woman had died in
her house, her dying request being to send
< . rtaln property to Mrs. Castello, of
Racine, she having stolen the same.
Mrs. Castello wrote for the property and
today received two diamonds worth $iuo,
n silk shawl worth $123 and other prop
erty. Efforts are being made to karn the
name of the girl. At the time vf the
robbery an actress was suspected.
WIFE HELD FOR MURDER
Sim IS CHARGED WITH DRIVING A
SAIL IXTO HER HUSBAND'S HEAD.
WELLINGTON, Kan., April 9.-ln Grant
county, Oklahoma, just across the line
fr. m here. Mrs. Peoples, a Bohemian, is
reported to have killetr her husband by
driving a nail into his head.
Peoples, who was a fanner, went home
drunk, beat his wife and after ordering
I" r t<> get supper, went to sleep with his
head leaning against a pine partition.
Wheu supper was ready the woman tried
t" rouse him. but failed.
Fearing that he would beat her again
when li<- awoke for not calling nrm, sac
drove a nail through from the other sue
of the partition in the man's head, killing
him. She made no attempt to escape.
& "£t fUtll flffk
*^ V— s
The Democratic party of the city of St. Paul here-
by commends its candidates and its platform to the
consideration and requests for both the support of all
citizens, regardless of party ties, who believe in an
honest, able and economical administration of munic
By an unprecedented vote, cast under a primary
law which insures the full protection and absolute in
dependence of the voter, Robert A. Smith has been re
nominated for the office of mayor. His well known
ability and integrity and his unblemished private life
of nearly half a century in this community insure to
the people of St. Paul, in the event of his election, an
able, clean and dignified administration.
Otto Bremer's renomination for the office of treas
urer is the reward of a faithful public servant and
upright and capable official. We especially commend
him for the vigilant check which he has kept upon the
hose business methods of the present city comptrol
ler, and in particular for the firmness and ability
which he demonstrated in compelling the comptroller
to comply with the provisions of the charter requir
ing of him daily reports to the city treasurer.
By the nomination of Louis Betz for the office of
city comptroller the people are given the opportunity
of selecting an expert accountant and of placing in
that position a man of honesty and standing, who will
treat the public with the courtesy and consideration
which always become a servant of the people.
The nominations for both branches of the council
and for the several other positions on the general
DAY'S NEWS SUMMARIZED
Weather Forecast for St. Paul and Vi
cinity—Partly Cloudy Thursday and Fri
day; variable winds.
Democrats present platform declaring
for municipal ownership and Improve
R< publican work< ph are wroth over ex>
posure of the- r campaign fabrications.
Auditor Dunn homo from Washington.
Dr. Renz \>y experiments on a mouw
proves presence of aconite in Tommy
Minnesota teachers enthusiastic over
N. E. A. Convention.
i aunty superintendents plan move
ment for larger rural school appropria
Unusual activity in building around
Game and fish commipsion prepares to
collect millions of wall-eyed pike egfis.
Bethe] boat Interferes with use of levee
and must move.
Antl-vaccinatJonista reply to Dr.
Manager of Home Co-operative asso
ciation arrested to test status of concern.
Creditors of M. E. Doran & <'o. refuse
to accept notes in settlement ot their
Liquor Dealers' association takes excep
tions to order of mineral water company,
notifying employes not tv patronizi sa
Anna Schlossa suicides at brother'!
IM Ml X STIC—
Combination of all tlic hardware inter
ests In United States with capital stock
of $120,000,000 Is reported.
Mark Twain buys a J-iT.JUO summer
home at Tarrytown.
Presideni Roosevelt in Bpeech in
Charleston praises the "New South, 1 re
joices i\er reuniting of the nation and
pleads for kindness toward Cuba.
Glen. Shafter declares he will r.oi run
for governor of California.
Lake navigation la opened at Buffalo.
Four members of family are charged
v. ith murdering Caleb France.
Qov. Yates' committee tor relief of
Boer prisoners issues an appeal for $5,
Eloquence of Republican Insurgents in
Cuban reciprocity debate aid Democrats
in providing campaign material.
Pennsylvania and Maryland visited by
severe snowstoms and Hoods.
Unknown woman on deathbed con
fesses to theft committed seven years
Miss Maud Talmage is married in
Washingon. Dr. Talmage's condition is
considered serious by his physicians.
Fire insurance rates in Michigan ad
vance- 25 per cent.
Girl slain in public view on streets of
Detroit and slayer escapes. Neither vic
tim nor murderer has been identified.
Hubbard's railway bill to be acted
upon by lowa senate today.
Students at Ihe Kentucky agricultural
school in a state of insubordination.
Rioting in Belgium marks celebration of
ruler's birthday anniversary and King
Leopold is mobbed in the street by so
Wife of a Washington bank cashier
kills her husband, her four-year-old child
Representative Baboock is re-elected
chairman of the Republican congressional
l'rincc Henry's son ill in sanitarium at
Large shipments of grain and ore are
held up at Duluth by a stiike of tug
Cattlemen's aESoc'atkm at Rapid City,
S. D., indorses proposed legislation af
The railroad commissron will inquire
into the passenger rates in Minnesota in
putsuance of the Daly resolution.
A new railroad in Montana will con
nect the Burlington, Northern Pacific and
Great Northern systems.
Rush of homesttkers to the West con
The first boat of the season leaves St.
Faul for Wabasha.
Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gr.lf road is sold
and the Rock Island is supposed to have
President of ball players' protective as
sociation advises men to respect Ameri
can league contracts.
Change of weather at Richmond per
mits Saints to resume spring practice.
Hamline university team defeats St.
Paul Central high in a twelve inning
Dale Gear may bring Kansas City con
tract jumpers into court. .
Jack Dunn signs with Now York.
Brush calls National league meeting.
THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 19O2.—TEN PAGES.
Bulls rule wheat pit, owing to reports
thai shake confidence in the winter wheat
Bulls again rule in Wall street, and
trading is conducted on a. surprising mag
SCHEDULED TO OCCUR TODAY.
Metropolitan—"The Climber?." S:l3.
Star—"Victoria Burlesquers," 2:30 and
Board of Coliseum directors at Commer
cial club, 4 p. in.
Meeting at army building to discuss
proposed government harbor line.
Board of abatement in. els dt Z o'clock.
31OVEMKXTS OF STEAMSHIPS.
Tort. Arrived. Sailed.
New York.... St Ivrmis.
New York .via |< stlc.
New York.... Southwark.
Queenstowa . Noordland.
Queenstown . ivi rnia.
Sal. mo Argi 11.
Southami)l<in. W.der Gr s •
Southampton. St. Paul.
Cherbourg ...W.der Gios-o.
St. Michaels.. All- r.
Liverpool .... Oceanic
Naples !'!n icsia.
I—Tariff Fight Aids Democrats.
Roosevelt Praises "New Smith."
Riots Menace Belgium's King.
T. Dewitl Talmage Very Low.
lowa Will Pass Uubbard Bill.
2—Proves Tommy Hannon Poisoned.
Anti-Vaccinationists Reply to Ohasre.
Home-Buildi ig < 'o.'s Manager Am : t© j
Council W ill Move Bethel Boat.
Mr. Wright Takes Wrong Horse.
v Grain Tied up by Strike.
Family Held for .Murder.
News <'f the Northwest.
Snow and Floods in East.
New lurk Letter.
s—Baseball "Jumpers" Face Court.
Sport ing News of the Day.
Daily Short Story.
T—News Fr:>m Minneapolis.
S— Ro'-k Island Buys Road.
News of the Railroads.
B Bulls Control Wheat Tit.
Stocks Take a Rise.
News of the Markets.
Teachers Coining to Minnesota,
Ift—Rural Schools Need More Money.
Great Demand for Wall-Eyed Pike,
Building Boom Vn.
Plans for New Armory.
HUBBARD BILL IS NEXT
IMPORTANT RAILROAD MEASt RE
I'IKST OX IOWA t'ALE.XDAH.
fepecial to The Globe.
DES MOINES, April P.—The Iluhbard
bill to permit the owning, operating and
control of and consolidation of lowa
roads with oilier roads in other states
will come up in the senate tomorrow for
consideration of the house amendments,
which are technical in character. it
will be passed. Gov. Cummins has given
no indication of his attitude toward this
measure, but it is understood he will not
The Mcleiberry Isill relating to the in
debtedness pf lowa railroads has been
abandoned by its friends in the house,
and no attempt will be made to pass it,
although it easily went through the sen
ate yesterday. It is generally under
stood that Gov. Cummins notified friends
of the measure that he could not approve
it, having \etocd the first bill on the
The first bill as it passed the senate,
permitted railroads to issue bonds to
flic extent of $30,000 on their single track
lines and. $45,000 on their double track
lines, and to three-fourths the value of
their terminals. The Rock Island was
much interested in the mileage limit on
account of its Texas lints, and the Rur
lington insisted on the terminal feature
of the bill.
GEN. SHAFTER DENIES EUMOR.
S:ij» He In Not a Candidate fur Gov-
ernor of California.
BAKERSFIKI/D. Cal.. April !>.-Refer
ririg to the rumor that he will be a candi
date for governor of California, before
the coming Republican convention, Maj
Gen. Shatter said:
"1 have no intention of trying for the
office or the nomination. This has all
come about through a letter Written to
me by one of my hid army friends, stat
ing that I was talked of as a candidate
for the nomination.
"Many of my army friends would be
glad to see me in the gubnatorial chair,
but I must disappoint them. I would not
relinquish my position on the retired
list to accept the >sgovernorshl^,"
VA/HICH ST. PAUL DEMOCRATS STAND.
ticket are remarkable for the excellent character of
We are proud of the splendid po!ic3 service of
Mayor Smith's administration, and demand that that
service be continued. John J. O'Connor and John
Clark have rescued the city from the reign of crime
and lawlessness which prevailed at the commence
ment of Mayor Smith's term, and the people, regard
less of party, demand their retention. The people
cannot forget that F. B. Doran in 1896 received from
the hands of Chief O'Connor and Captain Clark a model
police force and an orderly city, and that F. B. Doran
without delay demoralized the police department and
surrendered the city to thugs and thieves.
We pledge the Democratic nominees to the literal
enforcement of the contracts of all public service cor
porations, and, believing in the ultimate municipal
ownership of public utilities, our candidates are
pledged, if elected, to inquire into the feasibility of
the city acquiring and owning a lighting plant. We
demand that the city legal department take immediate
steps to enforce by the proper legal proceedings the
provisions of the new charter with regard to the fil
ing of annual reports by the franchise corporations
and with regard to their paying a license fee of not
to exceed five percent on gross earnings, and we
pledge our nominees to enforcement of these provis
ions. We pledge our nominees to inquire into the
question of cheaper lighting and telephone rates and
procure the same, if feasible and just. We pledge them
NEW SOUTH PRAISED
piu:sini:\T «<iosi:\ ki.t tuumcma
THAT X.VI-IOV HAS BKEM
1*1:1 '.\ it !•:.!>
THOUSANDS CHEER WOEDS
After Speech Referring to Culm and
the Trusts and ; riM-»ciitiitioii of
Sword to Col- .Jenkins. liuiihC-
«'lt Leaves Charleston^
CHARLESTON, S. C, April U.-Ureet. d
and honored bj manifestations of tne
respect and esteem <>t enthusiastic thou
sands, President Roosevelt was the gu<:>t
of the South Carolina Interstate ana w;*;.
Indian exposition toctey. The Weather was
ideal. The events of the day began witn
a grand procession through the Streets
of Charleston, and afterward there Were
speeches in the Auditorium, the presenta
tion of a sword by me president to -\iaj.
Mioah Jenkins, a luncheon at the woman s
building and inspection of the groumis
The enthusiasm of the people was un
bounded, and there was standing room
only on the Bide walks and pon ties ant
doorways ana in the wide plawaa or tno
hoasea along We line of march.
The route was along yueen, Meeting
Calhoun, Rutledge and Grove streets to
the exposition grounds, and time ait
time the president stood in hi* carnage
and acknowledged With a smile and bow
the enthusiastic plaudits of the people. A
tally-ho containing members of Charles
ton's Harvard alumni, decked with the
college colors, greeted the president wttn
the college yell. Arriving at the exposition
grounds the president reviewed the troops
from a stand near the Auditorium. .Mi.-.
Roosevelt stood at the president's left.
The president was particularly pleased
with the appearance and march of the
jackies, and made several complimentary
remarks as various stare troops passed
Flags and hunting were draped within
the Auditorium, and a dais erected tor
Mr. Roosevelt was covered with a large
!!:"-;. Tile and!,-lice heard the .si Oaker witll
attentive appreciation and cheered ttio
.sentiments expressed. President Roose
velt's incisive, clear-cut words never re 11
on mo!<; attentive eaSTS^
At the conclusion of the president's
speech, President Wagener ann< .
that the friends and admirers of MA].
Jenkins in South Carolina, wished to pro.
sent a sword to him on this occasion, and
introduced Gov. Thompson t6 the ttuui
President Presents Sword.
Applause mark, d tk. close of the former
governor's address, and this swelled to
an overwhelming greeting as the presi
dent came forward with cv.dent delight
and, taking the sword from the hands of
Gov. Thompson, turn' d to Ma.i. Jenkins,
who was in the undress uniform of a
major of rough riles, and prc-seuud him
with the sv.
The sword is a beautlfal weapon. On
the cover !&' a gold plate on which is en
graved "Maj. Micah J-enkins, Rough
Riders." The blade is importej, irTlaid
in gold Arabesqpe designs, by a system
known only in Franc.', and showing also
the United States monogram and coat of
arms and the American eagle. The hilt
is of exquisite Resign, surmount-d by a
magnificent sapphire, surrounded by
twenty diamonds, jhe tassels attached
are of silver bullion hea*Oy plated with
goM» The scabbard is of heavy nickel
with gold trimmings upon each side. On
one side appears this:
"A gentle ami courteous South Caro
linian—in action a perfect gamecock."—
Theodore Roattcvelt, colonel. Rough
On the other side is engraved: "Mai.
Micah J. Jenkins, Rougr-* Riders—a testi
monial of his effioteosy and soldiership,
and of his galar.try in aeticn while serv
ing with the army of the United States in
Cuba. From friends and admirers In
South Carolina. Presented by President
Roosevelt, April 9, 1902."
Accompanying the sword is a heavy
belt of sliver plated with gold.
Close Guard for President.
After the exercises in the auditorium
the president and his party made an in
spection of the different buildings and
viewed all the exhibits they could see in
the limited time at their command. Be
fore the inspection all the buildings were
cleared of visitors as far us possible by
the United States marines. Guarus were
at the doors of buildings and wile the
president was in a building no one was
allowed to enter.
A luncheon at the woman's building was
the closing event in the president-: visit.
Mrs. Sarah Calhoun Simmonds, the pres
ident of the woman- .>uilding. proposed
the health of the president, who in turn
toasted "the men and tyomen of Charles
ton." lie said that he had enjoyed every
minute of his stay, that it was impos
sible to do justice to the hospitality of
Continued on Seventh I'mto.
to such action as will result in overhead electric wires
being placed underground as speedily as a just con
sideration for the rights of interested parties will
permit, and to like action looking to the removal from
the public stredts of telegraph and telephone poles.
In view of the enormous earnings of the Twin City
Rapid Transit company we pledge our nominees, if
elected, to take such action in the common council
and in the courts as shall determine the legality and
justice of reducing street carfares, and in the event
of sue*) reduction being found legal and just we
pledge pur nominees to secure for the people a three
We are proud of our school system and pledge our
nominees to make ample appropriations for its main
tenance and support. We believe that every child of
school age is entitled to full tuition and we promise
that there shall be a speedy abolition of the half time
cd cation which the last Republican city administra
tion forced upon our children. We brand as niggard
ly and contemptible the attitude of the present city
comptroller in all matters concerning the school sys
tem, and especially in his treatment of the teachers.
We congratulate the citizens of St. Paul on the
operation of thi n3M horn rule oiarter, as adminis
tered by the present citj goudrnrmnl A beneficial
feature of this charter is the power given to the peo
ple to secure its amendment, and we pledge ourselves
and our candidates to the prompt enforcement of any
amendatory provisions which the people may adopt
ETHICS IN CURRICULUM
NOTED M V. rORK I'ASLOH TAKBfI
I'll. l'll AM) CHAIR AT STANFORD
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, <\il.. April
».— The dedication of the (Stanford Me
morial church has been postponed until
the :i!i of next September owing to the
delay In tin mpletlon of the buildtxur.
Rev. Heber R. Newton, wha has resign
ed the pastorate of AH Souls' church tn
New York to take charge of the cpllcge
pulpit, Is expected to give a course n>
* tines in addition to Ms other work, it is
rumored that his salary as preacher ana
instructor will be S\uoo a year.
RIOTING IN BELGIUM
KIXG MOBBED IX THE., STREETS
AFTER EXPULSION of VISITING
POLICE USE THEIR SWORDS
Home of Catholic Deputy Stoned.
Cafes Looted nml General Dis
turbance Mark Ruler's
BRUSSELS, April o.—An assault on
King Leopold while in his automobile in
the streets of the capital today is fol
lowed tonight by rioting • :' a tclalists.
King- Leopold was mobbed by tl
cialists this afternoon on his arrival here
from Biarritz. The meeting between bo-
Ls and ill' king was accidental. The
king's automobile was surrounded by ex
socialists wim shouted: "Lung live
the reiuihiic!" "Long live universal suf
frage,"-and waved red flags in the kinjg's
The socialists had collected ai tho iail
road station to bid farewell to the mem
bers of a delegatl n of Spanish Repub
lican deputies who had attended the
socialist gathering? here, and who had
participated in last night's demonstration.
The police this morning informed the
Spaniards that taey must h ave Brtmseli
forthwith and the delegat i were e-c rted
to the station by a large gathering of so.
cialists, bearing red flags. The king hap
pened to arrive at the sane tira
difficulty in getting his automobile out of
i rowd, but he finally found an open-
Ing and burrii d from the mob.
The anti-Catholic agitation culminated
in a riot, here tonight.
Police riinrjje AVIIh Sworils.
A thousand socialists r.ttended a meet
ing at the Maison dv Peuple and after
wards inarched to Sentin street, where
thi y stoned the house of a Catholic
deputy. The police charged the rioters
With drawn swords. Several o fthe latter
were severely injured and twenty were
The smashing of windows, revolver fir
ing and other disorders continued here
throughout the night. A crowd of rioters,
inarching towards the suTJurb of Bchaer*
1 k, drove three policemen into a cafe,
The rioters looted this cafe and wound
ed all three of the policemen by revolver
shots. Reinforcements of gendarmes have
I), en sent to Schaerbeek.
At Liege »r.c rioters smashed the win
dows of a Jesuit church and seminary.
A deputy oamed Troelet was among the
persons wounded there.
In the chamber of representative a to
day M. Kn.rnemont, Social^t, gave notice
. f his Intention to interpellate the gov
ernment OB what he termed a "groi -
breach of international hospitality," in
expelling the Spanish deputies.
Belgium!* Kins I* 111.
The sixty-seventh birthday anniversary
of King. Ivcopold was today observed bi
a holiday throughout the kingdom. Since
his return here from the Riviera, Kin^
I.i opold has been very ill, and on ac
count of his advanced years and the ir
regular life he has led, his intimates fear
he may be near his end. His doctors
say little except that he Is sufferng from
throat trouble, but there may be a hint
of anxiety in thfir remarking that they
have earnestly enjoined the king to follow
strictly certain directions in order to
It is reported further that tfie king
has been much disquieted t>y the politi
cal unrest in Belgium, which first mani
fested itself last week x in a public hoot
ing yf Prince Albert, heir to the throne.
T.iKGE, Belgium, April P.—A proces
mrsons met the delega
tion <f Spanish Republican deputies, who
were expelled from Brussels, when they
arrived at the railroad station*here. The
Spaniards were given a riotous welcome,
but the gatheiing was dispersed by the
police. Four persons were injured.
During an anti-Catholic riot at Ghent,
several pe-rsons were injured and a num
ber arrested. Troops were called out to
quell the troubles.
PRICE TWO CENTS-f &™»;&
MISS TALMAGE MARRIED
DR. TW.M \im.i:s GOXDITIOH lti:_
_ GABOEO AS IIAM.I'HDIS
l'r<>\ :tMii IK in to ins Have been Ak-
11l II 1.-, I l» ? Contention of the
IJrniii. ami In \oiv L'iicuiihclouh
the (.rial, I'jiil of the Time.
WASIIIMiTu.v, Apr!] M ,, s
Dewitt Talmage, daughter of Key. T. i>
witt Talmage, and Clarence Frederick
Wyckoff, of Ithaca, .v. v , were m i
here todaj at th< reside nee of the bi
parents. !:■ v. Frank DewJtt Taimage, oi
< 'hicago, brothi r Qf the bride, otM< ,
Only the relatives ol the contracting par
ties and a few personal friends of the
briile witnessed the ceremony.
Mr. Kenneth Chlsfaolsa, o New York.
acted as best.man, and -Miss Hazel jai
taage Smith, a niece of the bride, v.....
The couple l< it ror a wedding tour, the
duration of which will depend upon the
condition of the bride's father.
R< i ■ Dr. t. Dewltt Talmage, wbo b«j
been seriously ill since his return from
the South about a fortnight ago, iq « . n
worse today, liis condition, particularly
in view of today's relapse, has given rl&c
to much apprehensii n. Hia phyi
his. condition Is dangerous, though no im
mediate radical cl
The prevailing symptoms In J>r xai
mage's case have been aggraval • i b
gestion of th< brain, whlel tl tation
of physicians todaj determim .1 no t
ists. The pal lent lias hi en na
day unconscious and bis |
is verj grave.
BABCOCK STILL AT HEAD
\vis((i>m\ >i\\ < i:\ntM\\ of in:-
VI III.M \\ COM.HITTKE.
WASHINGTON, April 9.—Tne KepuOlic
an congress ona • at a
meeting tonight .it which Representative
Mercer, of Nebraska presided, unanin
|y re-elected «)!•■ •■ill ofij,-,•■•.« aa follows:
Representative Babcock, of Wisconsin,
Representativi . of New York,
• ha irman.
Representativi . sec
CoL W. B. TVompson, oi this city, treas
The chairman waa authorized to appoint
an '-xicutiv. committee of nine members
ami to fill anj vaci I ng hi the
membership of the committee. The only
vacancy now existing is that of the mem
ber from Oregon. '1 •■ ■ g was har
MISS MORRISON FREED
SHE IS RELEASED FROM JAIL IX-
i)i:n n«»M»s of fio,ooo.
ELDORADO, Kan., April 9.—. Alter »m
--prisonment for eight months in the county
jail Jessie Morrison, awaiting her ttnrci
trial for the murder of Mrs. Olin Castle,
today was released on $10,<X l 0 bond. There
were four signers to the bond who Quali
fied for (50,000.
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4* /Way 2S//i. f
$ Coliseum Pay. %
j^ 3] 'twere done 'twere batter 1
V 'twere done quickly.
r. Ifou can get on the Roll of jfonor today '<+
c* by pledging jf
One Pays Sowings.
DEMOCRATIC OKGAVrzATION imii
nun platform OK (AH
PAIGX TO VOTERS
CITY OWNERSHIP PLANK
CnnaidatearAre nnnnd to the Snpport
of Good School*. lloncMt Govern
ment iiikl Municipal Im-'
RECORD OF ADMINISTRATION
• \ try line with the princlpU
uneni and pledging the
of iln- l democratic pari y to coi
unswerving watchfulness In th< .
of the whole people, was las) nlgl •
ed by the Democratic pn clnct ••■ i
men by a unanimous \ ote.
The platform Is a
the work accomplish* d i>> me ■
Democratic administration and <1<
tion of the prlncipli s on which the i
cratic party stands and on \\ h l<
'or a continual lon of the nuppoi I
voters of St. Paul, it pie.
date a to the support of proper ami
flcient school tacilltii s. m
■hip tif public
in;' plant; the enfon mi n( to tl
"i contracts with h
and !!:.• removal ol o\ erh ...
ringing otteranci a ol t ■ plal
eh i r< (i to the . cho and th< m
without :i dissenting vot<
entin ntativ c of Lne i ■■ n
ration ami the candidati h
Ped< ration hall was all t
accommodation of the Democrats
cinct committeemen and members, .
rank and Hie of the party who i
there to adopt the platform pi ■
the special committee. The b<
■ri *\ led almost to suffocation 1I ■
W( re filled and far out In the lobl
thusiastl ■ I>< in tcrats . rched v
strained their ears for the sound
good things In the platform nn<l
their plaudits to the enthusiast!
Mnyor Receives Ovation.
U i\or Bmith ent< n d th<
after 8 o'clock. His appearanci ■
signal for an ovation, continued until he
■ II) bowed >n
Treasure r Bremi r, i nd
Bets, candidate tor compi n
the recipients of mark. ,i d< monsti »
of confidence. Secretary M :
op*ced the meeting with a
ment of Its i bj< ct . and In) i
man c. J. Michaels, of the plat I
mittee. Boa l>. R i.., v . i, .
Ittee, moved thi
the I'■ mocratic position on ih<
the campaign was formally plac<
ihe i" ople.
The adoption of the platform was fol
lowed by speeches by County Attorney
Kane, as .speaker of the evening, mayor
Smith, lion. D. R. Lawler, Treasurer
Bremen Louis Uetz, Assistant County At
torney O. H. O'.Ncil. Michael Doran, Jr.,"
and Wlnn Powers, candidates for Hie as
sembly, .Mr. Kane dealt with the records
of the candidates of the respect Ho par
ties and the party organ refutation of the
campaign arguments of McCardy and
Doran. Mayor Smith devoted :l brief
speech to comments upon charges and
Statements made by Mr, Dor; and Mr.
Lawler dwelt upon tin; character of th«
"campaign which tho Republicans liavu
pressed In the absence of Issues or
records uponTwhlch to stand. Mr. Kan©
■aid in part:
the n.-xi two • • irs. Wi
of the eltla na of St. Paul an
national campaigns, bul I
ford to be Indlffi reni In a camp
■■-■ so closi !■. home to thi >
public office a<
does leprosy oi
Chll f issn
secure in our pr< >erll
i" rimeni uhi -h we had undi r ■
ceding Republican ad-minl
City Prospers l u«l«-r D*m«rrat»,
"For forty years prior to l*f>2 St. Paul
nourished and grew under an almost un
broken chain of Democratic administra
tions. It achieved fame as the railroad
center of the Mississippi valley— tho
business metropolis ot eleven states. Its
schools reached a plane of excellence
which made them the models of the coun
try and brought delegations from tho
older eastern statr H to study our sys
tem with a view- to Its adoption. Tho
fire department was built up until St.
Paul risks were the best In the United
States, and the Insurance rates lower
than in any city in the United Stat.-s,
with two exceptions. Its police depart
ment was at th lx-ad of the list of con
stabulary departments of the municipali
ties of the United States. And In alt
that time there, was never a Democratic
oflieial placed bind prison bars for vio
lation of a public trust."
Th. Republl :..; .. ■
( iinllniii'il mi Third I'nu'--