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RECIPROCITY FIGHT WON. fIfLL'S PASSAGE ASSURED Republican Opposition in House Has Almost Vanished. Traox mr aaaaaaai Bmnr 1 TTash'nrton. BTo*. 13— RepuMicar. cppociTion '- •*■' x: . "■:?'" '<■ the eractmer.t cf Cuban reci paJg >r.eiatlon is gradually disappearing, and , BBtßtn Itel by next Thursday, ■when the . -tp aO be taker., the number who •"•::! go on rtsB iris sissi s5 aaajtaal Ha passage •will net a the ;««-«• menace the success cf the measure. A csrefc 1 . raaai of the Republican side of the citrif to-day revealed the fact that only six Bf wM twenty F-eputlicans -who five days ago ■arnlf • i rh»!r Intention of voting against Cuban wtapr r " t"} -"'T-.f tirjr ta defeat a rule which vssjM close debate and render axnendzcent Im j*st'i:* v .**e r*main«d firm in this purpose. On tfte f.r^l passage of the ■In the. House It is .' ter. r-o-elve Republicans will vote «i:s;rFt '.',. but this will is - - way endanger its ■ ' -^fe Repubiicans who are unalterably op 7>^std '■-• tta tasMatm aad will vote according -r.s. five ar» from Michigan two • froaa Mmr.escte. two frorr. <^aliforr.ia. ■ BBa (MB Colorado. P»erreser.ratlv»« . .^ud. Daxrxgh and McMorrar.. of ■ - Baa; Hogg- Bf Colorado, tad McLa-chlan.. rf Califc-raia. Aral cast their votes with the v apaicst tie aicptlcn of the rule. a th? eittsl Df Oka Republican orposi at rneas-u-e as it now «Sat>. and "when lered that at the Republican f UfHB tao -ear? age th» recalri»rar.ts as ■ r. apparently gow3 reasc-. tha' tt had a rrajcntv ara.ir.?» reciprocity Ic-eislatlcn, - 1-*1 -* BBBSBSafIa cf lh^ BMtt BBflßtttaß ani ac ■ - —.7 li^hed cinoe tha T ■aa can be more thor rreciaxel The earnestness cf the President aad the hercic efforts of Speaker Can 808 ar. 1 ! Represer.tative Pajiie. of New-Tcrk. v t -c fervesJ to dissip^t* the opposition and In ' - c the ■orccr 1 cf :h» m'^sure to which the ..... -<■•-_, LVIUItIV tßtMSßfli Th» fee'.ir.c arr.cr.g the Republican leaders hi BBM Bt KBttOt satisfaction and relief that T ie - : • - - .en r*cer.tly ttev -were Car * -zr. :■- - ' the fate of the BBBBBBVa •--.- they were VtDBBS KB air.it or than It was I advisable fcr fr.T.:.-.- --•paper? In r-.ai* public They feel 111 irtlTll ".-.at he Bgirt 'MB :- ■'. ~ r "' .'" *Uh Cuba is a*s^r»; CIF BILL REPORTED. V'te To B '■■ Taken iv the Home \exl Thursday. rcov. 13— AJiother step tcward the osaaatsßhr- cf abac reciprocity wa» :-'..-• - vc*e cf fourteen to T ; :c«--;n:r being absent the - Way* .:.2 <i i a nj '-.thou* ■.- ■. . • a T h>? r.'.l : . ■ r ■ .- r : : • • . . . •:■-•:-• Into '".-•■ The K'-re viil bt^" cnsideration cf the t . >■ :' -day ar.d. by agreement ---—..: " " . re rta'r.ti •! o'clock - ~ r.Ti .-■ 7- 1 -rrangement gives one mere : ■ ..ft br.i ttaa araa arffl --. caaceasißp to the i ■ :- ■ ~ ' PPOI " .-.«■■ ------ ;jf«i an BOUX T*o -~ . - ' "- r f? c r«-1 by tba rr. .: 1 ! ■ - - ■ - — ve'e. Or.* «caa :: : Sexas —.:: ■ - :■-■ bag at QwCnban treaty 1 .--•-■■-"•=• wi:' ■ ■ ■ - — .- : ' the remove": of ■ 1 sugar : rtaan. of LoassV i Mr. Cocpe' H i against a ■ ■ Btaa represented ■ ■ . - - ;gar grower? tt ■ tut t'. J -.'• ■ ■ : sat-tßc owas --■= " "- ■ - law ■« r.<»ce? ■ - . ._ . ...... • • xxstry ar.d Bt con •• ■ taka - »c been 27: •" nstitutlon I Pr-s:der.t ard the Ser.a'e - - . - • treaty chaaj - I Tr-a' power is ex: • ■ • - tca4*d h»re reasons or. this records of C \ . • • Bnnattwa of t racti t- cf Oangfaaa I am* cir*- I ■ - I ed cf suf • ■ -r.e an extraordinary • nSer tB tk • T.^on — . • ' ■ • rtment • ■ ■ • I '• ■ M to any ( iuct r i this . .ca. receive the ' . r the same . ar was placed above ■ • •- ■ c 1 npaaa at f* mm ~ ■ • r ..^:ed expressly for a - • • - -s <■• r' :t roca] trade a«re*r - h it jrj'-horized \Y.? Pref Sem . has for fcan r than any ueceaaity required Hi ... ... j. areA TS» r«"-..- -- - '.eaves Jt arrpiy pro asaag - ' HILTMOrK rb c w rirfuwri EttaU Will Be Made o Cm owe Preserje. 4afee il>. :c C . Nov 13 —The deal which has "■H p*r.2ins for *ome tiae btnveen George ttT. 1 ar.d Edgar B Mocre ef K--n:. *c." *-fcf teaK at the Elltimcre estate »•■_■ W«t«fl to-day Witt the exception of one thou •*"4 ares immediately surrounding the Bilt - ineion. Mr Moore mill have control fcr BO cf an area cf 125.000 acres. This x ~* r ' of l&r.d will be converted into parr.' 1 pra* am«e A clut. erf on* hundred members will be fttaed ': ;. Kr ;.!oore fcr tfai ; impose cf hunt ■*» and Qafetas; on the estate, ar.d peaching will k* prevented by a staff of raaantga ai.d Kuar4*. VET'S WINES ARE PURE ' _. "B::y of the mtkrri. "We are the makers " a- T Zj**.cy *• Sue* C- 3 Fu;t«,a St . W. Y.-A«vt. T+wtrr^tt.'&r&Z'Zu YORK. SATURDAY- NOVEMBER 14. 1903. -SIXTEEN PAGES.-»,T ! :^!?^bw* JXDREW H. GREEy, Who was shot and killed by a negro yesterday. I Copyright, is;-". by Rock-^ood. I MAY REMOVE HILLIARD. Republicans Dissatisfied With the Vote m His District. !>T TZ:Z SAFE -- THE TBIBOT ] Albany Bow 18 —It was reported at th* Cap e. ---day tha* George Hilliard. Special Deputy C'.~rr.:;?:or.er of Ei:.se for New-York City. wtU be removed from cff.c;. Mr. Hilliard up to the time of the recent primaries was leader of the F.epublicar. orgar.izaf.cr. :r. the XVlth New-York District He '.vas defeated at Ok primaries by ? ? Koer.ir BapnfeUcn State leaders who have had a keen eve en the situation in one or tiro New-York district*, particularly Mr. Hil liard's. ar= rPßv;noed that the affairs of the rrTir-izaticn m these districs are far from sat isfactory Under Mr Eoenig's '.es'ership the vote given Mayor Low a* tha racettt clectlcn in the XVJth Dittri'-' BJU iirr.ost as large as it was two years ago. while ur.der Hilliard s 'I'""' last year the vot? for Governor Odeil was cor.spicu- BOBty small. In 1901 Low received 2.585 votes Dw Mayer 35 ff 1*"1 *" 3- 14 for Shepard. In IMB Own IKJI Odell received 1.721. and CO: 4.252. The vote for Mayor at the rece..-.* election was 2*'» l for Lot.- ar.d G.92S for McClellan The. larr" Tarr.rr.ar^- vote polled in 1902 ar.d tha chirre that Mr Hilliard vas workir.e hani-in jlove mtth T--— .rr.ar.y trough: about his down fall as district iea^r. It was alleged against Mr HOSard 'hat he hai arranged to put . r..- BM9 IB is Republican election officers The strong light ir/o which Koenig ? fin© ■work lr. tbt i:str:c' tfefOwa Hilliard ? alleged Bflßfl ■ BBa fti.'-ed a d?n.ar.d for H:;l:ard's re ._. _ ~ ■ ■ r»ff. C c of Special Deputy Com missioner cf Excise. Mr Hiilisrd was appointed ?f?:ial PtlHllf Ccmrr^f.nr.'r by former State Co.T.rr.issior.er Lyrr.-n. Patrick W Calll is r.ow State C-mmssicner Neither Mr Cullinan 6OT rls d'-;j*" '■' U "• ' •'■•-day A ieidir.g Republican in the State said to-day: The Dp-Stata leaders an aroused over the way thing? have been run la New-York The only tti t» that made a creditable showing at the recent vm the- Sixteer.-.h and the -- rtlj now L*vi«cr."s district Both districts bs*« n*w leaden Tb« natural coiarlmilnn is that if the management of the ether districts had batn pot - the hands of new men the vote for Low wcuid hay*- been »niiQ>raMy larger than 1* ■» M - ■M . ■ - " Hur . Mr Hin to hsv» him ■ LOST FAITH IX GORMAX. Democratic Senator* Distrust Him, and a Liicly Rozc Is On. Draoa the nsra ■CBS4C 2 WafßdnCtoa Nor 13— Democratic Beaatan IMB *o early in lha "-ssion. have lost faith la their l^sdfr Senator German, of Maryland, and aa c ItSnSt th"re ■.« a lively little tilt in the DQBOCraXIe steering committee. Senator Gor man, whose fondness fcr adjusting tariff sched ules has before This caused the radical element bl his party some dissatisfaction, has MM de lllinfwJ to pet one ef the Democratic scats on tba Fir.ar.ce Committee ar.! had almost landed th's desirable as?:gr.mer.* when it was said on the Democratic fide cf the Senate chamber that Mr Go-man's financial views were too rlo#ei> akin to those entertained ty Senator Aldrich Immediately the Popullstlc faction or. th » steering- committee entered an emphatic protest Mr. Gorman -i as unwilling to relin quish the object of bis blUAat ambi ion. es pecially as It is the belief of all Democrats, a* of rrany Republicans, that a readjustment of th* tariff schedules will occur at the first session cf the LlXth Congress, but present indications are that he will be defeated and that R will go to Senatcr Dubois. of Idaho "This reversal of his vW» thus early in the sestlon. If accomplished, will prcve • serious tlo* to the leadership of the Mainland Senator, NEGRO KILLS ANDREW H. GREEN FOJ? FAXCIED GRIEVANCE M ADM AX SHOOTS VIC TIM IX HIS DOORWAY. A-< mn Who Taken His Arre*t Coolly, Talks of Slander and Pene cution — Lynch Talk in Crowd. Many thousands at people in this city were shocked and grieved yesterday afternoon by the information raat Andrew H. Green had beer. murdered in cold Mood at the door of his home. No 91 Park-av#. The news ran like wildfire through the city, and expressions of sorrow and regret for the assassination cf Mr Green were heard on ever- side, while flags were placed at Canal on the City Hall and on the public school halUUafja Mr Gre?:: was slain by Ccrn*Uus Williams, a negro of middle age. who never had any ac quaintance with him. It is believed, but who had become i.-.sane and had harbored a delu sion that Mr. Green had slandered him. That a crazy notion of revenge was the main motive for the murder was shown by the f«.cts that Wllllaßlt made no effort to escape arrest, and that all his statements after he was arrested showed an unreasonable enmity to a man Who hal been a complete stranger to him The murder was a? cowardly as old be imagined The powerful negro, having lain in wait (or Mr Green a feeble man of eighty three years, fired at him from behind, sending a bullet into his brain at short range, and then shooting at his prostrate body four times more. emptying the revolver. He did not attempt to strike Mr Green with his hand, but waited until Mr Green had turned away from him and had passed thro . the iron railing in front of the house. * Thre<=- witnesses of the dastardly '-rime were near a: hand Patrick Dyer, a cabman, of No. 3*55 Wart Bixty-aeooad . passed the house only a few seconds before Mr. Green was met by the negro en the sidewalk at 1:33 p. rr. and in passing Dyer noticed the negro loitering at the vestibule of the house. T:ie vestibule inside the railing is raised above the sidewalk only by a short step. Emil Michaeison. an errand boy. of No. 433 East Seven^y-nfth-s' . -.- 9 the house about the same time, en his way to deliver a. parcel at a neighboring house. Mrs. Annie Bray. of No. 330 Baal Trurty-nfth-st.. who has been going to the hous; to wash and scrub there reeu'.2.r!v. went to the door about the time the negro left the vestibule and went to meet Mr. Green on the sidewalk. NEGRO ACCOSTS HIM. Mr. Green ha been to his office. la the Na tional Park Bank Building, in Broadway, and !-£d ridden uptown on a Madison-aye. car from the postemce. He had alighted from the czz in the tunnel at Fortieth-st and be was walking sickly down the e.'.s' side ot Patk-avo . when the negro, who had been on the watch for him. left the vestibule and advanced to meet him. Half a dozen steps from the vestibule the negro accosted Mr. Green, saying in a whining- tone: "Mr. Green, why did you tack that ".an to slander me"" Mrs Bray was the only witness near enough to hear the question. It i? probable that Mr. Green did not understand the question or real ize that the negro was insane. He probably thought the mar. -a as some strar.ee beggar, a.-d he said: "Go away from m». I Ao not know you" Those were tttC last words he uttered. As h* turned away from the n»gro. walked through the gateway of the low railing ar.d was about entering the vestibule he was struck in the back Of the heed by the first bul.et Pulling a .38 ;alibr ■ revolver from his pocket and following Mr Green closely. Williams had raised the weapon quickly ur._il its nuzzle wai only a few inchfs from Mr Green's head At the first shot Mr Grata fell senseless on the vestibule step, the bullet having entered his brain H« proba bly was killed instantly Williams leaned over Mr Green and Bred four more shots, and it was supposed that all the bullets <?nt*red the body Then the negro leaned against the railing, put the empty re volver back in his pocket and wiled, as if ex pecting arre-t. Mrs. Bray s. reamed loudiy af ter the first shot, and in a moment aaea weee running toward 'he house Mr Green who *as t hpHnlrtr hid lived in the rr.use with his nephew, two ni-ces and a few MTVaata. One AX DREW H. GREEN'S HOUSE. No. 91 Park-aye. Hr was standing in the doorway when shot. of his nieces ran cut of the house a fe-v mo ments after the last shot was fired, and. kneel ing on the v»stibule floor raised his head and called to h.m piteously. asking him to «r-*ak to her. The negro glared dnwn at his victim and said: Damn yea, I kr.eT Id get you' " William H Bums, carriage starter far the Murray Hill Hotel. was one of the first to reach trie negro. He says that V.'illiams was about to walk away. whe_. be eraf-ed him by the throat, with the remark: "Oh, no: you don't get away so easily ' He turned him over to Patrolman Houghtal ing. of the East. Th;rty-fifth-st. station, and De tective Kelly, of the Grand Central Station, who rushed up a moment later. A crowd quickly collected, and a call Cat an ambulance v.-as sent to Bellevue HospitaL While awaiting its arrival one of Mr. Green's servants ran to Uta office of Dr. H. H. Forbes, at No. M " -.'«. and summoned the physi cian. Dr. Forbes however, could dc nothing. When he reached Mi Grwn'l side Mr. Green was dead. CROWD TALKED OF LYNCHING. Patrolman White took temporary cf Mr. Green's body and helped to carry it into the house, while Hvjghtaling handcuffed the negro to himself and took him away, accompanied by Kelly. When the ambulance arrived the sur geon couic only say ha- Mr. Often was dead and then drive away. In the gathering crowd there were seme cries indicating a desire to se« the negro lynched, but nobody attempted vio lence as the negro was I- I away. When the negTO reached the East Thirty fifth-st. station, where he was taken by Houeh taling. he was hurried into the office of Acting Captain Daly. In the course of his journey Williams had been somewhat roughly handled, but he was not in the least disturbed. His man ner was calm and he was perfectly cool. A Bearch of his clothes revealed a razor, a knife. a pocketbook containing £5 and ■ dispossess notice, the details of which he later gave to the reporters. Except in the case of the moato . d^t negro raised no objection to the removal of his property, but stolidly gazed at the rapidly in creasing crowd. In reply to the questions of the poiicemen. he declared that his name was Cornelias Williams, and that he lived at the Hotel Gilbert, at No 254 West Twer.ty-six:h-s r . He gave the number 156 at Srst and then cor rected himself. When the police had finished with him. a group ft reporters took a hand at the examina tion, Williams ar.sw.?red questions with readi ness, and was apparently far less concerned than many of the bystanders. Here is part of his itory as he told it. not thirty irjr.ut?s after he had committed the crime: ■I was born in Virginia." he said "I am forty-six years old. and I have lived in New- York for twenty y^are. I used to be a caterer, but am now raking car» of furnaces. One place where lam employed is at Dr. Fishers, at No. 19 West Fifty-second-st. In ISBS I waa looking for a boarding place ani noticed a sign for boarders at No. 132 West Fifty-Third-? and hired a room there. While I lived there the col ored woman who kept the boarding house. Bes sie Davit-, made a request of me. and when I re fused she slandered me in such fashion that all my friends shunned me I was a member of the Mount ' ■■""' Baptist Church, and in good standing un'il that time. After that all 'he people avoided me If I went to church people pointed me rut and said: •That is the mar." "I might have been married but for that. I was" engaged to a girl, but she believe* the slanders and jilted me THE Mt-RDERER'S STATEMENT. While I was livinc at Bessie Davls's house I saw Andrew H Green come there one day. I never caw him except that t!m» until I shot him to-d'y. He said to the a vis woman: Cootlaw-4 oo third pa*«. MARCHING ON PANAMA. 1 A Large Colombian Army on the Way to Recover Isthmus. Guayaquil, Nov. 13 General Plaza. President of Ecuador, sent a dispatch to President Marro quin of Colombia, sympathizing with him in i the recent events on the Isthmus of Panama. President Kajrroaala has replied, thinking Gen eral Plaza, and adding 'hat Generals ?ey*s. Cicaileros. Ospir.a and Hoi gum are marching on . Panama with a large army M MM I the ; Isthmians. "Washington. Nov. 13— Beth Secretary Hay i and General Young, the chief of staff of the i artry. had retired when the bulletin announcing ! that in army from Colombia, was zr.arch;ns ' against the Isthmians came, so M was impos sible to lea- what action 'he department -;?^ tak? to meet the issue -vhi-h has t^n raised Rumors -:- current tc-day that The govern ment intended to send United States troops to the Isthmus of Panama, but positive official de nials were made that such was the intention of the administration, which some • ne ago a.5 serted its purpose to prevent fighting that would endanger the free transit °* the isthmus. UXITY IX BOGOTA. Recevt patches Tell of Plans to Regain Lost Territory. Lima. Nov. 13 —The Coiombiar. Minister to Peru has published her" cable dispatches re ceived from his government, dated at Bogota. November Ml 11 and 12. respective!*.- The dis patches say that the Colombian gov^rr.ment haa tajcen measures to suppress ' the isthmian traitcrs." ar.i add tha* all parties and ail classes have offered to the government their lives and properties in defence of the national territory. CUTTERS STOP A VESSEL. German Steamer Bearing Only a Frightened Alcalde. Colon. Nov 13 — Cu't»r3 frcm the American ■warships here were dispatched this morning r o step the German steamer Markcmann^i. which ■was seen two miles of? towing a gasolene : . . toward the aarboi It was thought tl- • Markomar.na ■•vt. <-nrr. I rsr from * port, but it tmrnir* thai sr.e had been char tared at 3ocas del Tcro to bring th that port to Oei There was great, fear at Boras del Toro «n the receipt at n *»■*•» by waj of Pc Lirr.-^r.. Ons*i Rica, that the Colombian BWvrcmeSt «a3 BaBOV i-'g SjODQ troops |n retake the port. Wfttcß r.ai recently deciired lt.« :iV.^zi3.cc° tn the BY* re pabUe. and the alcalde started en Urn M mar.nia for Colon for Ltie purpose of obtaining anna and ar.imur.ition to equip a*>> volunteers to resist the expected Colombian attack The alcalde, hf>we\ er, has returned :o E^^js M Torn to allay the DBBfSJ of the pcp':lar^ arl W give assurance that the landin? ot Colombian troops there ■*v:il not be allowed READY TO MAKE TREATY Panama's Desire to Hasten Canal Xegotiations. Panama. Nov. 13 — Jos-f Augnstin Arar.xo. president of the junta, received to-day n?^rs of President Roosevelt's reception of Philippe Bu r.au-Varilla is Minister of the Republic of Pa nama. Seficr Arar.go exr reused grear gratifica tion. saMng that this act of President Rrjose velt's made posrfnle tSa negotiation of a canal treaty, and that such neicotixtton would proba bly be completed before IBM P-namese held a convent'on to »ltct a N ■.'■!■ 'art r.l idopt a constitution. Seflor Arar.-^o confirmed CIM staif :r.?r.< mad* al Colon yesterday that Governor Meler.d z f folon •would not permit General teyee, who is mnillia frrm Bcgota on a peace niasion. to land unless he cam* as the envoy of Colombia, ae rredited to the Republic cf Panama, and that in no other capacity would ha be received, by the government. I: is feared :h»t if General Reyes persists in landing otherwise tha.n aa an envoy so accredited his presrr.ee will create trouble. II is rumored that the situation at Bogota is extremely critical, and that there is a continu ance of the manifestations of furious despair over the loss of the Uthmua. The feeling against President Marroqutn is growing in Intensity, and one rumor has !t that he has been deposed. The populace of Bogota are talking of pending a big expedition to recapture the Isthmus at any I cost. In their exc!tabl!lt\' losing sight of the I futility of such an attempt. PRICE THREE CE> fHE CANAL MUST BE DUG. SO THE PRESIDE XT SAID. And Xo Further Trifling by Colom bia Would Haze Been Tolerated. Washington. Be* 13 —For sevral w-eks President Booaavatl has had ta preparation his annual asessa?' to OBBBTCBBj to he pr*s"?nted at the opening of rh* r'T'iiar sesaicr; on the ftrst Monda:-- of December Thir put «C the tneasig* In which he dircussed the ne?otiaticr.s between the United ■*■*■ and the BOVCRSBraI ef Colom bia for an isthmian cm.i! treaty, it • aaM waa completed about two weeks ago »nts which nave occurred on the isthmus lr.d ir. this coun try since that time hay» made M necessary tar, him complete; 7 to rewrite the part of tn* a*"" sage dealing with the ranal necottattOßai In the opening sentence el ha discus?:' - the negotiations with Cclcnibta the Pr-^daeal said: I regret to report that, contrary to all .'*.'*.'.?* tlons. the government of the P.epubltf cf <'oloni bla refused to r3--fy t- v - treaty for buildln* * canal across the Isthmus of Panama. Then, after iayU^ that the treaty had ■■•■• negotiated at the earnest r-nuest of the gor* ernment of Colombia and subsequently was dis-» approved by the Cataashtaa Senate, the Pt«b*« dent said that the powers exercised by the) United States under the treaty of I*4. were so large tn the protection of transit across thai Isthmus that it sometime* had been <;u«tior.e<t whether It was r.-cessary now to obtain a treatjj for the purpose of building a, canaL -wh«a», he wrote. High authorities) on LllllliallMlWl la-r helcf ttet the canai can he tea —3 " t-'iient to -»x ercising the power to prevent the oos-.ru^- 5 - ■ •raffle across th<- isthmus. -> v * rrhe^ ! ?- K in , £~ eordance with our settled poncv of beha\.-8 with scrupulous fairness aad generosity tovaxd our weaker sister republ.c3 of the talcing no position that can even by implication C£ t.reate.l a.« unfriendly, unlai VxzzaJp :^rce«t thereto we have enleavor* 1 to provide for th* building of the canal by treaty Ir IMS. IX«8H w. went .as far as it is possible for us to go !3 the direction of making concessions to ta*» Cattad States of Colombia. No tarth-r conces sions can or should be tnaie by thi3 covernraeo^ The President then sa."l "J* 'he clrcura-* stances of the --anal CSS* WOT paeaQar. Tn« canaL he said, must r? dv?. I* i»ma3d><t by the interests of this nation and by those nC — civilized -arorli. ,The United States ha<S solemnly pledged tta word that i: shoul-i be freq to the commerce of the world. r«»servin« *• ourselves merely OM itgM BB see that tt shall never be used to our military Oaadcastaca." H-» eondnwd: A prtv**,. i unpaay which ta the aaat «adertook >■ build the eaaal baa fin* it Th» na" •< the laM fp^ rears warrant a* la a«w aayaas not only thai tha> caaal aball a«« be eenstructeti by soy ftx*i*B a*»«sa> meet, hot that it to lot to b« <— trartej br jadT nrivats company I*- saaat. tbinhti. bo *aj br tbaj guiMOTaw of tba Catted State* Referrics; farther aksssj ta tbt ---r.---ry tt-» netted by the canal, he vncac On the <aae hand. th» laslad s*ate» 4nlm us aas* r mrd with »oraprU«a» care t!» tatefst iai Of aasjaw of «ach coonUT or eamatrtat. On th* *» haul, Is my jtidsaK-nt. if to tana to *•!■' taat the besassssai of the canal cannot be mnch luasvr delayed. TbJs> nation doe« not dcßlre to be uarwasonable or irr.patleat. but it caaast and wiil not permit any body of men. prrcaonently to obstruct one of BBS «rea» world bi«-b ,,t. of traffle; aad refaaal to permit the bcildias •• the canal aaaetots to such •buraetUwa. «>f t«ai". *a» ia»i*t apoa aamatnawslr ter=a» b> e«s»Tateat to a t»-« : sari Alluding Dl r -e naxaai al Cbl Spooler \nr which says that the pTef.-i^r.: shall hay« • reaac ■ ttOMT M a§WfflH?na as heiwe^- t>.» Panama and Nic.iragua routes. h«* wTCte: Reasonable time in the case of such an ester* pr^3e as this, an enterprise wMcn haa beea thought cf for nearly torn mituiteJ. wfcfcfc ha* baa ettumed in detail ar.d it for haif % teutmy and which when completed «ID -ndur« forazes and «--.ii CBSBBfi the geography of * h-rr.ispr.ere ar.l the trade rcutc-s cf tm worlu, mast, of coats* mean wna aom .3 neces sary to cuuiiaw oaraatw r h:i* ma course *» are>fon<ro tog is wise • ad proper. It •^-wa» «-rtdra» that in * matter sorb ■— thl» w »h»old BaaUy decide which is »ie bei* nM*. aad st tile adTaatasc* ot this rout* «wr any a«ber ■■■■)<■ roate are antOcinttiy martrd. »<- should t&ra &*•. mMm that we earn s* loader «ot»mlt to trMkac •» ta-» ShMSBS linaltar sa the part of lbM« whom theacci tat of n-tlnai haa ciareJ to t *" >r^ raotrol «C tile »i n— IBJ •••* ■•rhirl* tie ront* most pas-. rfc*» l! ahsy sal com* *» *"■«« ***** ** am MraasM fonrmrd fashion we «h.jU ia i>rtura act ant — wltl» justicr h«t with ifarrwity; and tint TT TWEY FACE. to come to srrH »■■'■■■■ with r-*. mt MTST FOFTHI»ITH TAKE THE >f.%TTEK rVTO OCTS OWN HAND*. COXTROL OF CANAL ZOXfl Perpetual Incase Probable — Admin istration's Attitude Secure. - r^BOM thi T«r3;-NE WKMMMS.} V.;-;-;'-v NO" l:; — 1 • ' " "• i accorded to- lay BB Mr Ban t-XMX envoy* _•- - r•• ir 1 rr.:r. :?*- ■ I -...-• • ► rh<» r - ' * Pan ama, by the President ar.d tn-? Se< retary "£ gr ir c completes f he <r.. - : repubi: ".ac* or. ta» ra(a cf oattam ■. , 1 acpccacntßd :.^ wash-* lr.gton. and pOßtlmles tfce preliminaries ro_th« negotiation of a tr^^ lffT**** 1 of the Panama Canal. There is Lttle likelihood thu . - -« will seek to acquire »ab»o'ut* ownersnip of rf»* canal aoo ' v- -r ■ - . •■: ■ - ■ ■ m jarded by scrr.* ?******* BBd p^rtv i^i-iers aa d^sirab'.-. but 3ecr»tarv- Hiv r..l:ev»s ■nat a per* petual lease woUd accomplish -very purpose, and it fba> ■aaa> f ••• ' TiittrVtm that tali : tc> a«r» quire additional territTy or looked wi»h a -ravet ova eye on the r 1 f Arr.erica. A perpetual leas". MBtvad of some of ih<» posstbly ■jnjllißtal Ilit^ff «■" thr Baj^Harna cn • dao, providing that thi» country shiill have net or.lv 'he pr:v ( .l»sr? ■ f ; "- ■ but of fnrtifyin* (Bfl rar.il. this to be stipulated to •xpli -.* BffSflfc would. ." the catUnatftaa of ibs m^n who bsem ror.f-rred with the President ad other cf2cia!» recently, serve a«et9 leetraele -r.d. ar.d it mmit be predicted with comparative safety that «ucl» win be th- fbraa of- tt* ajrwm?nt cab«a b« «fl •with Minuter Va: SENATORS SUPPORT PP.ESIDENT. As •»<!■* aaid In The Tribune this mcrnlaj. entire acquaintance with all the fact* rj'.atiaff to the revolution and the conduct of the adrr.. lstrarirn served to assure th« Senator* who con ferred with the President la-- r.ijht that Cba attitude ef the United States in the premises is impregnable and there were sonoe abie inter national lawyers among those who gathered h\ the state dining rcom of the White House last night. Attention is called to th» cecessitr. in ronswlertns; th« Panama rr.o.ation. of bearirix In mind Secretary Har's ccaunent on the aver-