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CZAIt TO AVERT ERT WAR WARUnslis IrtnnUS WithIIussIa
Unslis nUS II I Heply to Japans Moderate De Demands De Demand Demands ¬
mands mand One on Ian 2 Not Yet ct Pub Published puiUhedCUa ¬
UhcdCoal lished Coal for Japanese Vessel elr Ile IleInc De DeInr BeBOUihtflUSIfl
Inc Inr Bought DOlhlnuslan BOUihtflUSIfl HiiMliu Ship ShpSal ShlpiatI Sail for Fast RastSfeelal FlSiccal FastcCt
Sfeelal cCt CabH Ca le Dttpatchti Dtpallt to Tns Til Snx SnxLOVPON Sl SlLoON Su4LoNDOfl
LoON Siccal Jan S 5Tho Tho Daily Daiy Express ExpressMVS Ezprtl Ezprtlavs
that King Edward is I bringing bringingpressure bringingI
MVS avs vs it learns lerns earns llng i
to bear on the Czar in favor of ofpeac ofpe ofpeere
I pressure
peac prsur pe peere The Th Express believea belevea that Japan Japanhas Japanba Japanbus
has ba the most complete cmplete war al fund and says saysthat laya layathat eayathat
that she he will wi issue I ue Treasury Trasury notes which whichAmerican whichA whichmekan
American A ican and English Englsh banks have agreed agreedto agrd agrdt
to support supportThe up rt rtThe
t toThe The Tokio correspondent crfpnden of the Tele TeleffrapAnotenaRroatfalllnthopricesof Tclegraph ce cegaph
ffrapAnotenaRroatfalllnthopricesof gaph graph note > a groat rat fal fall In theprlceoof thopricesof stocks stocksmany Itock Itockt stocksmany
t many of which show declines dclnes 10 per cent centgreater centJrater centgreater
greater Jrater than occurred ocurd at the outbreak outbral of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ChineseJapanese CinesapMea walI warIt war warIt
It Is I officially ofcialy announced Innunced from frm St Peters Petersburg Petersbug Petersburg ¬
I of the theFar theFar theFar
burg bug that Admiral Adirl AleTleff Alexlef Viceroy Vicery
Far East has ha been bn instructed instruct in regard lgar to tothe tothe tothe
the reply rply Et to Japan His Hi reply rply will wi be neither neitheryes neiher neiheres neitheryes
yes yes es nor norno no but will wi take the form of rea reasoned ra raloned reaoned ¬
soned proposals proposalsConcurrently prp8al propoatConcurrently
Concurrently Cncurenty with this thll comes cmes a state statement atatemen statemeat ¬
meat authorized authoriz by the Japanese Japnese lega legation wgatlon Lgation ¬
tion men In Londonthat IndonthattheJapn LondonthattheJapaflie the Japanese note asked askedRussia askedRussia
Russia RU81 to agree agre to first frst a n Jtual engage engagement engagement engagenient ¬
ment that tht Japan Japn and Russia RUAI would respect respectthe repe repetho respectthe
the independence Idependenc and territorial territoril integrity integrityof
of both bth the Chinese Chiese and Corean Coran empires empiressecond empire empirelond empiressecond
second lond a mutual mutul recognition rcgliton of the special specialInterest tpeil tpeilIntees bpecialIntezest
Interest Intees of Japan Japn in Cores Cr and Russia Rusia in inManchuria iuMancuia inManchuria
Manchuria Mancuia and third thir a mutual mutul engage engagement engge enggemet engagemeat ¬
meat met In accordance accrdnce with the principle of oftho ofthe oftho
tho equality equaUy of and the opportunity opprunity for forthe forthe forthe
the commerce cmer of all al nations ntons that neither neitherJapan neitherJapn neitherJapan
Russia shall interfere with com commercial corninercial ¬
Japan Japn nor nr Ru eaU Ierfere cm cmmeril
In China orCorea Corea acquired acquiredby
mercial meril rights rght Cin or Cre acuired acuiredby
I by the other Power by virtue virue of its It I own owntreaties owntretes owntreaties
treaties tretes with those th08 countries curies respectively respectivelyThe repectively repectivelyTe
The Te foregoing propositions propositon are ae regarded regardedby regled regardedby i iby
by the press prM here nsj being beig very reason reasonable reasonable reasonable ¬
able and there will wi be b great surprise if ifRussia i ifRussia
Russia RUi refuses refuss to t enter entr upon the engage engagements engagement engagernents ¬
ments ment asked alted There is i ii good reason for forstating forstatng forstating
stating statng as regards the te integrity intgrity of Corea Coreathat Coreathat Coreathat
that Russia Ruia proposed propsd a neutral zone ex extending extndg extending ¬
tending tndg south suth from fro the CoreanManchuriau CoreanManchuriaufrontier CraManchurlan CraManchurlanfronLe CoreanManchurianfronUer
frontier fronLe to t Gensan Gens twelve twe1e miles mie south southof touth touthot southof
of Port Lazaroff Le on the to cast and to Ping Pingyang Pilg Pilgyang Pingyang
yang on the west wet Thin amounts ount to t prac practlcaJly practlcy practlcaIly
tlcaJly onethird onotlrd of the peninsula pninsula and Is Isentirely Isentiely isentirely
entirely entiely unacceptable unaccptble to Japan JapanTho JapanThe JapanThe
The expectation expctton that tblt Japan will wi take takeimmediate takeImmedite takeimmediate
Immedite immediate steps to secure IUr her interests interestsin itcrests itcrestsIn
in Cores Crea is confirmed oonfrmed by the Daily DIII Mails MailsToklo MailsToklo MaiZ8Toklo
Toklo correspondent crespondent who says sya that Rut Russias Rutuss ¬
uss sias 8 rejoinder rjoinder is officially omcily considered un unfavorable untavorblo unfavorable ¬
favorable tavorblo The newspaper AsM says saysthat sys systhat saysthat
that the te reserves of the Second Army ArmyDivision Amy AmyDvision ArmyDivision
Division Dvision have be be been n called caled out ou The Ad Admiralty Admilty Admiralty ¬
miralty milty is I buying buyig cool col extensively exesively at atSasebo It ItSSb atSasbo
Sasebo SSb Nagasaki Nagkl and od Karatsu KaratsuIt Krattu KrattuI
It I was officially ofcily stated at at the Japanese Japaneselegation Japanes Japaneselegation
legation today that so far as was known knownthere knownte knownthere
legaton tdy t 8
there te Russia RUMI hadnot hc no sent her reply rply to toJapan toJapafl
Japan In viewhowever vlew bowever of unofficial unofficialJtstegrams uofolal uofolaltlgs unofficialtelegrams
f Jtstegrams tlgs telegrams ap from frm St Petersburg Petrsburg and d Tokio TokioIt
T It Is 1 j considered osdeed probable prbble that tht she has hs done doneto
to 1 within Iti the last lt twentyfour tetyfour hours hoursROME hoursRo hoursRoiz
ROME Ro Jan 4 4There There Ter is i a persistent persistentrumor pr persistentrumor tnt tntrmor
rumor rmor that tht Germany Grny will wl interpose Intrpos between betweenJapan b betweenJapan wen wenJap
Japan Jap and Russia and proffer proler her good goodoffices goodoffices
offices ofcs as a mediator mlatr There T re la Itnow now an anoptimistic anopUmeto an anopthnistio
optimistic opUmeto feeling felng in political pltcl circles croles where whereth whereter wherethere
th ter there re ws was considerable Cei4erbie alarm arm up to t today todayPARIS tod todayPARIS y yPARIS
PARIS Jan 4 tA A despatch despth from Oran Oranin OranI
I in I j the te Mediterranean Mcitrean says sys the Russian Russianbattleship Rusin Rusinbtelp Russianbattieship
battleship btelp Emperor Nicholas Nichol I and the thetorpedo thetrpeo thetorpedo
torpedo trpeo boat bot destroyer destoye Abbek sailed sie for forthe forthe forthe
the Far Fa East Et yesterday yesterdayMALTA yesterdayMALTA tenay tenayMALTA
MALTA Jan 4 4The The Russian Ruian battleship battleshipOslabya battel battleshipOslabya Ip IpOibya
Oslabya Oibya and ad the cruiser crr Dimitri Dmtr Donakol Donakolwhich Dnekol DnekolwWch Donskolwhich
which were wer to t go 0 to t Piruua Prlu with tho cruisor cruisorAurora cruisorAuror cruiserAurora
Aurora Auror have h8 been bn detained dete here hel Admiral AdmiralWlrenius AdmiralWlniuJ AdmiralWlzenlus
Wlrenius WlniuJ has received rcive fresh frh instructions instructionsand inJtrctlons inJtrctlonst
t and it is believed beve the entire ente division divion will willrail willMil i
rail for the Suez Canal nal at the end of the tiieweek thewelk theweek
ml to
week weekTOKIO welk welkTOKIO weekToto
TOKIO Jan 4 4The The Asahi prints prnt a report reportfrom reporttom reportfroni
from tom Port Pr Arthur Ahu that tht Admiral Adr Alexletf AlexletfViceroy Alexlel AlexioffViceroy
Viceroy of the te Far Fa East Et said sid In a I speech to tohis t tohis
hi his officers ofcr the te other ote day dy that tht Russia Rlla would wouldtake wouldtke wouldtake
take tke up a struggle with Japan Japn if there ther were wereonly wer werony wereonly
only ony three t docks dok at Port Arthur Artur and two at atDalny atOalny atDalny
Dalny but btt at present preent Japan was as bettor bettorequipped bettr bettrlulppd betterequipped
equipped lulppd as a regards rgards means mean for repairing repairingships rpiring rpiringhlp repairingships
ships hlp after ator a naval nval defeat defet than was wa Russia RussiaTherefore Ruala RualaTprefor RussiaTherefore
Therefore Tprefor war for the present prlont should be bevoided beavoided
voided avcl avoidedIhe voidedThe < d
The correspondent crrlpondent adds it Is I a fact that thatmany thatmany thatmany
many of tho Russian Rusian worships wohlps are ar greatly greatlyIn graty gratyIn
In need ne of going Into dry dr dock dockIEKIN dockPERI dockPEKIN
IEKIN PERI Jan 4 4A A report rprt has hB been ben received receivedhero rceivod rceivodher receivedhero
hero her from Toklo that Russia Rusia agreed agred to give giveJapan RlvoI3pan giveJapan
Japan a reply rply to her note of Jan 2 The Thereply Therlply Thereply
reply has ha not been ben published publishedWASHINGTON publihed publihedWASHIGTON publishedWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON WASHIGTON Jan 4 4Army Army and navy navyofficers navyofcrs navyofficers
officers ofcrs who are familiar famiar with wih advices advlcs from frommilitary frommitary frommilitary
military mitary attaches atach s abroad are ar of the opinion opinionthat opinionlha opinionthat
that war between Russia RU611a and Japan cannot cannotnow cannotnow cannotnow
now be avoided Both the War and Navy NavyDepartments NavyDparments NavyDepartments
Departments Dparments are ar making preparations prparatons to tohave tohave tohave
have officers ofcr of the thl respective rspectve services servicesaccompany servicesaccompany ervicesaccompany
accompany tho land and naval forces forcs of the thetwo thetlO thetwo
two tlO countries in caso co there Iher is war warMVlXa warIMiIx71 ar
MVlXa 1110 IMiIx71 CUl TO MR LOW LOWtorn LOWFrom LOPEro
From Ero torn Head leadl Of Departments Indtr tndn Him HimMr 1m 1mIr HimMr
Mr Ir Sturgis turJII Not ot Present PresentTho Pefent PefentTho PresentThe
Tho heads of the city departments of oftla oftJe
cty dprmentF
the tJe last administration gave gaO exMayor exMayorLow exlayor10w
Low 10w a I farewell fartel dinner at tho University Univerity
Club Cilb last night and ald presented prcfontcd to him a ailver aelver asilver
silver elver loving cup Former ormel Corporation CorporationCounsel Corpratlan Corpratlanotn CorporationCounal
Counsel otn 1 Rives RlvtJ made me de the presentation presntaton and andMr ane andMr I
Mr Low lo in response rcspotsi spoke chiefly chiefy of the theefficient tbeefcient theeficient
efficient efcient work of his men The inscription inscriptionthe
on ° the cup is isSetj
01 1 1h 1Hon
Hon Seth Slh Low Lo Presented at a tho cloao of ofn oftis
h tis 11 tl tem kOf of ofc office as Mayor of the city or orew ofSW
ew iork Qr > Jan 4 1004
4100 4100Dnf >
Dnf n wsides ldea thcso thcKI named there were present
Fresidcnt Irannan Brannan name of the Bllc Board oC1rusteeH of Irustoes I
rBAldent r Beilevuo Ieuo Ind and Aled Allied Hospitals Richard Richardung RichardOung
Oung ung Jare James L Well Wells Dr E n L l Gould i iuJ
L Ogden GUltav Gustav Indnthal Lindenthal 1 Homer HomerIf HomeI j
Folks uJ nDl iillam l Rm R Wlrx VI1lco Dr I Ernst If Ltjdorio derle derleJohn derleJ
WnD nD rl
R R W DeForest eroreHt McDougall leDougnl Hawkes Dr DrH
John J h McflftwwbodburylJohnri McGaw Woobury Woodbtiry John E Eustis EustisJ EURtS
H 11 J A nosers Rogers James Jnme McKeen McKen and Thomas Thoml
w Hynes Hynesn 11 ynll
n Oln en firfene fireene Thomas Thomnl Sturgis SturglF and James Jamesand
D
Reynolds wer were not prsent present len Orene Greene
and Mr Ir Reynolds Jlynold8 were out of town townVO tOWUo
VO 0 CHAXtiK CllAXlOpCOVEXTON 1 AWU OF COETIO ttJVITIN CITY CITYWenntor CITYSPnnter IT I
Wenntor nRtor llannaj lannas Reply Rlpl to Invitation 1I lon of ofNaratosa ofHaralola ofaratoa
Naratosa aratoa Ituslnens luslne Mm MmSABATOCU MenSJiSATOOL lln llnSARATOG
SABATOCU SARATOG Jan Jai 4Senator Sentr Marcus Marua A
flnnnaclmlrmanof IlnMchalrmn of tho Republican Rpublcan national nationalcommittee natoll natollommltee nationaleernmittoe
committee ommltee in reply to t the Invitation Invitaton ont
by Saratoga mloga writes wrtes to t Cassliu Cn8iul I B Thomas
president rHIhmt of the Husinem UIlne Mens TomuR Ansocla
tan Iln ns IS follows foloWM Alwwl
l do d > not anticipate antcipate any change In tho
Placo PJce p ace of holding the th convention as satis satismrB MtiI I
rlctlory aetory arngeent armrIgemen cnwnton wi will doubtlll loubtIess Mti Mtirlctlory lie t
mrB t r with the hotels lotel at It Chicago Chicagost le
fne C Kyi Saratoga ° Ka invitation Imtatm Included th the I
st Utemeii ttldrelt that tat should the committee ro ron
LonRI n onsider flder er Its It vol vote ° naming Chicago commltcl for or th ththo the r
nata flatianal cnventon Coflvention and this pl pla o be sub
ox cxclve Utltl the mtee hotel here her would not exact eact
7
CUDAX cU114v LOAX LOI HILL IJLI PASSE PiSSIWOnl PtSSBDOnly n nOnly
Only Onl One oe Senator Snator Voted oted Against It I In Its ItsModified II IIUolfed 11iUodifled
Modified Uolfed Form FormSpecial FormSptrlul FormSpechil
Special Cit b1e > le Dupalch to 0 Tun TIK SUN SUNHAVANA SUNHU SuNHAVANA
HAVANA Jan 4 4The The Senate Snate passed passedtho p passedthe l >
the Loan Lan bill bi today only one vote being beingcast beingcst beingcast
cast cst against it i The To law of Feb 27 Is IF modi moditied modifed inodilied
tied fed as al follows followsArticle folow folowAriclo followsArticle
Article Ariclo I authorizes the President to toissue 10 10ISuo toissue
issue ISuo bonds bnds for external debt to un amount amountnot nmountnot amountnot
not to exceed exce 132000000 13OO at the rate rte ol oC48C
3480 48C per pound pund sterling eterlng bearing interest interestat Interlst Interlstat
at the rate rto of S per cent and nd redeemable redeemablein relemablo relemabloin
in forty fory years YfI The 11e principal principl and interest interestwill intert intertwi interestvili
wi will be exempt from all al kinds Itndl of taxes now nowexisting nowoxlstlng nowexisting
existing or that may lay exist in the future futureByArticlell futur futureByArticlejl
ByArticlell Dy ArlcleI the Itepublicof Iemblcot Cuba Cub pledges pledgeeits
its good faith flith for the punctual puncul payment paymentof pyment pymentof
of the interest ilterest and ald sinking Ilnklng fund The TheExecutive Te TeExcu TheExecutive
Executive Excu ive is empowered empwered to pledge plege the thecustoms thocusoms thecustoms
customs cusoms receipts in II any form f rm or manner manneihe mimer mimerhe mannerho
he thinks fitting ftting for the above Iboe purpose purposeThe purpse purpserhe purpo8The
The President is l also alt authorized to agree agretto agreeto
to the conditions cnditonK or Issue and service s rlc of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this loan and is II to report repor to Congress tongref the theresult thorelmlt theresult
result of the operation operationTo operton opertonTo
To guarantee guarante the sinking fund and interest intercuton
on 01 the he loan in fulfilment fullment of clause clauA 3 of ofArticle ofAricle ofArticle
Article Aricle LIX of the Constitution Cnsttuton a special specialpermanent speial speialpenanent specialpermanent
permanent penanent tax Is created crated on the manu manuflcture rnanufacture
1 fucture flcture sale 81Ie and consumption clmmptlon of certain certainarticles traln tralnartclel certainarticles
articles articlesArticle artclel articlesArticleVil
Article Aricle ArticleVil VII VI provides that the loan shall Kln l be bedevoted bedevoted
devoted devote to t the payment payentofth of the Cuban Cubn revo revolutionary revoluUonar revolutionary ¬
lutionary luUonar army so s far aa a it I will wi go g Con Congrew Cl Clgrl Congress
grew grl in II view of the amount of salaries lalarM of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the dissolved dlSlve army any which may remain rmain un unpaid unpad Unpaid ¬
paid pad will wi provide prvide a u as to the manner mIneI In which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the republic rpublc will wilette settle the liability labity though thoughwithout thoughwihout thoughwithout
without wihout in any way ay affecting aletlg the guarantees guaranteesof guaraltes guaraltesof
of the tle loan loa mode mae under the present prsnt law lawArticle lawArtcle lawArticle
Article Artcle VIH VI is i the theee same as al in the old law lawSeflor lawnor lawtieftor
Seflor nor Zayas ZaYI opposed oppoed the bill bi because becauseit b cau8e cau8eIt
it does dos not provide for the payment payment of tho thobonds thobonds thebonds
bonds of ISDfl 181 and also ailo becausu if the loan loanshould loanshould loanshould
should be b placed plad at less than 90 9 it would wouldprejudice wouldprjudic wouldprejudice
prejudice prjudic th the city oty loan of 12800 28000000 which whichwas whlohWI whichwas
was WI contracted at 90 90Seflor 9 90Sofior
Seflor Sdor Sanguily Sgiy objected to Article Atlce II IIwhich I IIwhich
which he declared declard was wal unworthy of the therepublic therpubUc therepubljc
republic republicKAISER rpubUc republjcK4It4Rhf
KAISER KUSfll CLOSES LOif TUEATRE TUEATREIloyal TIIEAIIILRoyal HfA1Rf HfA1Rfnat
nat Opera House lolu Shut Till Ti Certain CertainChanges t CertainChanges tlaln tlalnChnlef
Changes Chnlef have IlnJ Been Made3pSCdi Made MadeIftclal
Iftclal pIIQI OMi Ca Uetpatch Dtlach to Tea So SoDUBLIN SOaRLIN Svx SvxBantIN
DUBLIN Jan 4 4Emperor Emperor Emperr William Wiiam has hasissued ha haiSue hasissued
issued iSue an order that that the Ile Royal Ryal Opera Oper HOUBshall House Hu6e Hu6eshal Houseshah
shall be closed until certain crtain work for the theprotection timeirutection
shal cos unl Ile Ileprteton
protection prteton of the lives lves and health hlltl of those thoseengaged tos toscngage thoseengaged
engaged cngage in performances prormances there Iler line la been beencompleted heencomplet beencompleted
completed completedTho complet
Tho Emperors resolve to close cloi the opera operabouse opra oprahoWo operahouse
house hoWo followed folowed a I report rport from the chief of ofpolice ofI ofpolice
I polce police and od th chief of tho lire fre brigade brigadewho brigadeI brigadewho
who caused cIUed experts expert to examine the house houseon
I on Saturday Additional exits from the tiiestage theItage thestage
Stunay Additonal ext
I stage Itage will wi be b built buit and the wooden wooen stair staircases staircases talr talr1i ¬
cases 1i will wi bo b made mde fireproof freproof The stage stagewill stagewi stagewill
will wi be rebuilt rebuiltIt rebuit rebuitIt
It is probable probble that the house will wi be b sub subsequently subsquenty subsequently ¬
sequently squenty largely rebuilt rbuit as from the stage stagewhich stae staewhich stagewhich
which is in building is almost almostI almostimpossible
a roar rer buiding escape eflpe I amOt amOtimpOible
I impossible impOible The work will wi begin toinor toinorE tomorrow tornorrow
row
E 111 LXIJOE HOV TAFT IN TOKIO TOKIOA TOKWnlpflon TOI h ht
A t Reception nlpflon In His Ils Honor lonor Honorat at t the theoltrlcn theoltrlcnL American AmericanLegation 4merlesmLegatlon
Legation LegationSp L LegatlonSpcat ton tonpcal
Spcat Sp < pcal al cubit Dtipatti la Tni Ts Sos SuxToKiq 51 SosT0KIQ
ToKiq TOlIQ Jan an 4 4ExGov ExGov raft and his hisfamily hisfamiy hisfamily
family famiy who are lre on their way wy to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States from frm Manila Mnll arrived arrhe hare hor this morn morning mor znorulug ¬
ing A reception rcepton in his honor was given givenat
at the American morlcn Legation Iegalon tonight A Ahundred Ahundre Ahundred
hundred hundre guests gUft8 were present preBnt including includingmembers inoludlngmembrs includingmembers
members membrs of the Japanese Japnes royal royl family familyRIVAL famiy famiyi familyIfhi4i
i RIVAL lm OLXEY fXF1 OISEY3iassaelmusells HOOMS HOOMSMassachusetts IJ
I Massachusetts Ja elu huts Democrats at a Odds Over Overlie Onrthe Hierthe
the lie Honor lonor of Starting Starln rhem ThemBOSTON rhemI rhemBOSTON
I BOSTON BOFTON Jan t 1A A sharp contest cntest is i being beingwaged belnl beingwaged
waged wage inside 1nlde the Democratic Dmocratc party of ofI of118lchuscttt ofMassachusetts
I Massachusetts 118lchuscttt over the question as 1M to toi t towho
i who started the Obey Presidential Presidental boom boomSo bom bomS boomSo
So far four claimants have turned
I S up They Theyare Tey Teyare Theyare
are Josiah Josih Quincy John F Fitzgerald FitzgeraldWilliam Fizgorald FizgoraldW1ia FitzgeraldWilliam
William W1ia S McNary lcXar and Col Col William Wiiam A ACanton AGlton AGaston
Canton CantonAt Glton GltonAt GastonAt
At tho bottom hottm of Congressman Cngrman McXarys McXarysdeclaration MoNarysdeclaration loXnrs loXnrsdelaraton
declaration delaraton that tla Now England was for forOlnoy forOlnoy forOinoy
Olnoy was a a clever ceer political pltcallheme scheme Col ColGoston ColGMton CclGaston
Gaston objects objeU to MnXary lo ary remaining at the thehead thehead thehead
head of the Democratic Democratc State Slat oommittoe oommittoeand oonunlttneand
and plans plun have have been laid to turn him down downat downat downat
at tie annual annuI1 meeting meetng McNary got wind windof windot windof
of the plot and asked Gaston if he were going goingto
to be put 111 t aside asideCol uMldeCol asideCoh
Col Gaston denied denie it I but the Congress Congressman ConrC ConrCman ¬
man realized realzed that the launching of a Presi Presidential Presidental Presidentist ¬
dentist dental boom by the Gaston Glton men would ould put putliis puthis puthis
his committee commlttle out of business bl lne s so ho appro appropriated appropriate approprlated ¬
priated priate whatever political ollcal prestige prestge that thatcomes thatcome thatcomes
comes come from such a move by saying that thatOlney thatOlney thatOlney
Olney was wa the man all al New England Demo Democrats Democr Democrate ¬
crate cr s would indorse Indore In the convention conventionCol couventol
Col Col Gaston Oaton now 10W seems flml to want to throw throwcold throwcold throwcold
cold water on the Olney OIIIY boom as started startedby startl startlby startedby
by McNary McXal and at the same se time tmo put forth fortlione forthone forthone
one himself hlmnlf Today Col Col Gaston Oaton said saidAs saidA saidAs
As A far as a I know Mr Olnoy Oney is not a I can candidate candidt candldatc ¬
didate didt He has hn never In the slightest slghtst dogree degreeintimated dogreeIntmtod dogreeintimated
intimated a desire for this thl nomination nominaton or orauthorized orauthorz orauthorized
authorized Intmtod any declaration declaraton to this end endThe endThe endThe
authorz The demand demnd for his candidacy cndidcy by lead leading led led1n leadlog ¬
all the United States Statesis
log 1n Democrats Demorats al over Unite
is 1 based on his acknowledged aknowleged availability availabilityas Ivallbity Ivallbitya
as compared comprd with wih any ay other Democrat Democratsuggested Demoor Democratsutgested t tSugpo
suggested a ted for the nomination nominton The Te Demo Democratio Democr Democratia
cratio Sugpo cr to party IJry is i fortunate fortunte in having such a aman amn aman
man mn His Hi courageond courage and ability abi y are proved provedHe provedHe provedHe
He is II In temperament the exact opposite oppositeof
of President Prldent Roosevelt and If tho people peoplehave peoplohae peoplehave
have the opportunity opprtunity to choose between betweenthese betwoenthe betweenthese
these the two men I think Mr Olnoy would woud be beelected beelecte beelected
elected The Democratic Democlalo party pary has ha been beensuccessful beensuceful beausuOCeSt3fUh
successful electe suceful only onl when it has beenaconserv beenaconservotlve benlcoMerv been aconserv aconservolive I Iolve
olive party and It has its is best opportunity opportunitythis
this olve year If I the party pary Is looking for a aman aman aman
man to win then Richard Olney Is the theman theman theman
man
M1XE 11 LEADERS LB L14 DElIS DEPORTED DEPORTEDPress n DEPORTEDIress ponnm
Press Cen lln Censorship orlilp 4rMhlp Established Establshed In a Colorado ColoradoCount ColoradoCOlnt ColoradoCount
Count CountDwrvKB COlnt COlntD CountDavan
DwrvKB D VKn Col Col Jan 4 4Under Under the th procla proclamation proehlmaUon proclamation ¬
mation issued Ifued by Gov Peabody declaring declaringHan delaring delaringHn
Han Hn Miguel county cunty to be b in H 1 state stat of in insurrection Insureton Insurrection ¬
surrection sureton and Ind giving the military mitary full fullpower ful fullpower
power pwer to two U such measures mea ures ns nl they deem deemproper dem dempropr deemroper
proper to restore rftor peace pl Major Mljor Zoph ZOIh T THill Tll
propr
Hill ll commander commlnder of the military mltry at a TeUurido TeUuridohas Teluride TeluridehaM Tehiurldohas
has established ellbU hed a I strict press censorship censorshipand cnlorhlp censorshipand
and Ind taken 18 ken control cnlrol of both bo h telegraph telgrph and andtelephone ani andtelephone
telephone lines linesMajor linesMajor
IneB IneB1njor
Major 1njor Hill 11 rounded up III twentyfive twentyfve of the tholending the1fldln theleading
lending 1fldln union agitators agiatr Ij Including Inolldlng President PresidentMiller PrePldent PrePldentMier PresidentMiller
Miller of the Miners Mlne Union and marched marchedthem marhld marhldIhem marchedthem
Mier the railroad station stationA
them to the rairoad slaton slatonA
A detachment detadl1t wn wnl WaS t ut to the office ofce of ofEugene ofEugne ofEugene
Eugene Engloy exAttonicyGencril exAttneyOencral of ofColorsdo ofColordn ofColorado
Colorado Colordn and now representing IprlnLn members membersof memors memorsof
of tho Miners Uncl Union He was arrested uIRled and andordered antiordered
ordered deported dprtld All Al worn wlln warned not to toreturn torturn toreturn I
return rturn to Telluride TellurideSenator feihuuritleSenator elurdf elurdfSfnRtor
Senator SfnRtor hums Goes 0t8 lo tl Chicago ChicagoCLEVELAND Chl CbleaoCLgvEiv ru I
CLEVELAND CL IIND Jon 4 4Senator Senator 8lltor Hannadid Hannadidnot Hlnl Henna rid ridnot did didnot
not sea srI many mny callers clors today today being anxious anxiousto oXIOl1
to clean up his business blln < before he foro train time timeHi tme tmeHI timelie
Hi left for Chicago early this th evening on 01 a avtelt avllt avisit
visit vllt to lila bl daughter daghtr Mrs 1 McCormick MoCormlokHo MoCnok
Ho expects expls to stay Itay nearly tho entire entre week 1ek
SEVEN TO TWO FOR GEN WOOD WOODSEATE WOODUtf WOODSEVIT1
SEATE Utf COMMITTEE 01plTTlm VOTES lOT S IV IXFAVOR IVft IVIAItR
FAVOR ft nm OF 01 Ins IlS PROMOTIOX PROMOTIOXTwo lIUIrt lIUIrtTwo
Two nciuoiTRls Democrat Cockrell toekrel and amllIUls Iettus Vote VoteWith otf oIe oIelttI
With Utl lttI the tbfIIJorl MajorltSeotl tlajorlty 8cutt tlt Rrpiilillcan Rrpiilillcanmill Republcan
mill 111 Ulackburn I einocrat > Vul oll ote No Noneport o oRepr oReport
Report Repr Rxoiieralrs Ronrralt Woml oUI or Charges ChargesWASHINGTON Charlts CharltsW charesVASUINOrOW
WASHINGTON W AS INOTON Jan 4 4The The Senate Slnte Com Committee Cm Cmmitte Cornmittee ¬
mittee mitte on Military Mitary Affairs AtllrR this morning morningby moring moringby
by vote ote of 7 to 2 agreed agr to report ropr favorably favorablythe
the nomination nominaton of BrigGen Wood Wod to be bea bea bea
a MajorGeneral Messrs Mers Hawley Proctor Proctorand Plcor Plcorand Proctorand
and Hale were cre absent but Mr MI Prootor Prootorvoted Irotor Irotorvote Irootorvoted
voted vote by proxy prx Those voting yotng to report reportfavorably reprt reprtfavorably reportfavorably
favorably were Messrs Mcs3r Warren Cook CookQuarles CookQuarle CookQuarles
Quarles Quarle Foraker Joraker Alger Proctor Prcor Cockrell Cockrelland Cockrel Cockreliand
and Pettus and those
Petus voting votng unfavorably unfavorablywere unfaorublywer
were wer Messrs lesr Scott Scot and Blackburn BlackburnIn Dlckbul
In the executive session this
eecutv thlt afternoon afternoonthe afernoon afernoontho afternoonthe
the nomination nomiuiutlonwas wna WI reported reprt1 to the Senate Senateaccompanied S Senateaccompanied natt
accompanied acmpnl by a report Iepr by Senator For Foraker Foraker Foralter ¬
aker reviewing the testimony tesimony heard hear by bythe bythe bythe
the committee ommite during its It I recent hearings hearingsThe h hearingsThe rlngs rlngsTe
The Te report reprt represents rfprtstnts the views of Senator SenatorForaker SenalorForker SenatorForaker
Foraker Forker alone although other members membersof memberl memberlof
of the committee cmmite favoring Gen 1m Woods Woodspromotion Wod Wodpromotol Woodspromotion
promotion promotol agree agre with wih its conclusions conclusionsMr conclusioD
Mr Forakers Jorlers report makes maltll the assertion assertionthat alsortol assertionthat
that the thl utmost utmolt latitude was WW given to wit witnesses witnessts witnesses ¬
nesses nessts and that the only restriction rKtrldion was wasthat w wthat wasthat
that purely purly hearsay hearlY testimony should not notbe notb notbe
be b received rcived and that even eVl1 this restriction restrictionwas rstrloton rstrlotonWI
was WI removed rmoved in some cases cass The report reporttakes rllort rllortte reporttakes
takes te up each of the charges chargs against llanlt Gen GenWood OenWo GenWood
Wood Wo and discusses dils t the testimony testmony for tor and andagainst alldaghl studagainst
against aghl t them themOf themOf themor
Of Charge No 1 to the effect lect that Gen GenWood GermWood I
Wood Wod as Military Mitary Governor OOernor of Cuba Cub issued issuedorders LU LUonr issuedorders <
onr orders and ald instructions Insluclonl to the courts cUrl in inthe II inthe I Ithe
the postal cases CWI in violation Iolaton of the code codoand cde cdeand codeand
and prejudicial prjudicial to the rights of persons persoiison perKOUI perKOUIon
on trial tril Mr Foraker holds that thlt Gen Wood Woodhad Woo Woodhad
had vested in him not nt only 011 all al executive executivebut txectnl txectnlbut executivebut
but all u1 legislative leglltvc authority autholity arid that ho hohod hohad I
had ha power pwel to alter or amend the coda codaHU codeHis I
HU HI orders orel therefore therefor had ha the effect elect of ofamending ofamending I Iamvndln
amending amvndln the law iw Instead Iltead of violating Iolatng it itFurthermore It itFurthermore
Furthermore Mr Foraker
Furhermor argues lien lienWood Uel JonWood
Wood acted under Instructions Iltructon of the Sec Secretary 4eoretary c crtur ¬
retary rtur of War who in his hli testimony tetlnony before beforethe Lfore Lforethe beforethe
the committee cmmitee approved of all ll that Wood Woodhad Woudad Woodhad
had ad dono in the thl postal pOtal cases casesMr Clel cesesMr
Mr Foraker di scusses CU the Cuban Cubn postal postalfrauds pOtal pOtalfraud psitalfraud
frauds fraud at It some length referring to tho thofalse thofllo thefalse
fllo false credit to Xeeley Xeeey on account IOOUlt of the theallegud thealeged thealleged
alleged aleged destruction dftrullon of surcharged stumps stumpsl
of abut about l Zl0000 IAV1S1 10 If n 1harding ardlng 11 Major VI l Bath Rathbonos Bathbones U l lbones
I bones connection with WIt h the matter matel Mr MrForaker MrForaker h hJoller
Foraker Joller says saysIlathboiiea sa1 saysilathuboumes
Ilathboiiea latlbolls relation rllntol to Him thillrln lhi transaction clon was wiiashown WIISshown wasshown
shown by lien Brlntows report to ba of such xueha sucha ch cha
a character < r that both boll the Secretory or War Warand Wlr Wlrand Varand
and Gen Gel Wood wt were > re of otthie the opinion oplnlol that lie liewn hI hiwile
wn wile In complicity complct with J eeley eele mind Iteeves le s in inthe II inthe
the fraud i perpetrated Jrptrted > in connection cOlncton with withthe withtbe vithithe
the destruction lstructon of the tht surcharged stumps stumiisund stallK stallKuud stumpsarid
und It was WI further furher shown f11011 l b b1 > j Urn thl report that thathe thathe thathu
he hu was In 11 the opinion of Mr 11 BrUtow Drl tol guilty guiltyof Ilt Iltor
of numerous numcroU frauds fraud of various arlou > kinds on his hisown hisOII hisown
own OII account accountWhether account accountVheher
Whether he was WI guilty Iult of any an of the thl offence offenceBO ottucel otTeuiceaso
BO 10 charged cllrKed or entirely entre innocent of the name nameit IIUe IIUei saunait
it i was alnol not the province rovln of the committee eommllte to todetermine todlcrnllne todetermine
determine dlcrnllne and the committee commitee did not make makean
an Investigation InvtitKuton with such u purpose I PUrpOMl1 in view viewTho viewthe tew tewIhe
the object of the investigation Invelthraton was wa to ascer ascertain a8trInln ascerlain ¬
lain whether whlther there tlfre was any basis blel for the thecharges thecharll thecharges
charll charges W09d W09dIn made by b Itnthbone Intbbone against atalnlt Gen GenIn Gtn GtnW09d GentIn
In referring rterrlng to Rathboneti Rt hboue allegation allegationthat alegaton alegatonthat allegationthat
that Gum Wood Wo arbitrarily arhltrrly ordered orerd hw hwfBathbones hi hithboneo hitRathhoneui
fBathbones thboneo arrest arrt and fixed fxd the bail bai at atp5000
p5000 25000 250 Air 111 Foraker Forer quotas Gen Woods Woodstelegram Woodslelegrm Woodstelegram
telegram lelegrm making such order orer and says saysThe I IThe saysThe
The Judge fixed txed the bond at the nniourit nniouritnamed IUount IUountnlme numnountnamned
named by Jan en Wood Woo preBiimably Iwauau Iwauauhe h HUU HUUht
he nlme ht nifrced lret with wili Grin 011 wood 01 oc4 prp81lmabl thnt tiie thl nniount nniountnamed OII ammuountmuamel
named wits WI no larger lall < I than it should hi Iw for forhe rorhe forhe
lamt he wa WI was doubtless doubll R like ikI Gen Wood Woor nnd the theSecretary th thIrrttllry theSecretary
Secretary Irrttllry of tSar thinking Ihlnkinl not only 011 of tho
4000 000 0 for which Rathbone Rathbon was WI then under underiirrest und tinderarrest r rIrlst
arrest Irlst but also 0110 of his apparent complicity complicitywith complclt complcltwith complicitywIth
with eeley PIIY mind Ind Reeves pes in the tl many othor othorcraver othorrlvr otherrraver
craver rlvr and more serloiiH Rerlout frauds fraud > nnd nd crimes crimesMr crhl1 crhtuiesthat
that made tit the general nernl 811unlon 811unlonMr situation situationMr
Mr Foraker argues that Charge Xo Xoto Xolo Noto
to the effect eOct that oxparte affidavit afdais iwre iwrehy tore toreadmitted cre creadmitted
admitted liy Gen Gel Wood Wo to the damage of ofpersons ofperon ofpersons
stantiated stantiatedCharge peron stanUate uutantiatedCharge persons on 01 trial trll in Cuba Cubt was damale not sub substantiated lub lubstanUate subuutantiated ¬
Charge No 3 that Gen Wood Woo accepted acceptedgifts accrpltdgits accepuslgifts
gifts gits from the Jai Alai gambling gamblng concern concernto
to whom he had granted granler a I ten years Ylal ex exclusive excluslvo oxclusivo ¬
clusive concession conceslon In violation of the so socalled socale socalled
cale called Foraker law Ilw is it discussed di8cuHe at length lengthby lengthby lengthby
by Mr Foraker Forker He makm mlmM tho admission admissionof admifIOI
of overwhelming overhelming testimony tl test Imony that Gen Wood Wooddid Woodrld Woodiil
did is rld thus in fact fat given givenI accept aept such gifts glt8 but bin hi exciiso exciisois excuuIs
I In the mere fact that Gen Wood eeml accepted acceptedclfts ICCIPlo nocepiedgifts
gifts Ilrt from froU the Jut Alai iiti iety I ty or others othlrllllre othlrllllreI SnOre tnereU SnOreIs
U I nothing lothla to be criticised critclsd It is L N simply In Ineach II himermchm
each instance Insllnct a matter IIUer of taste tsh mid Iml tli the cotn cotnmlttee COII monmmumhttee
mlttee fully rulY agreed olretd with wili the tIl hit Heuretjiry HetretHY of iir iirwho hrwho
who In his hil review revlt of the name 1111 charge char found foundthat rotundthat 011 Irl
that the charges hafC 1 hud no Justification JustificationThe jU > tllton tlltonTbe
The charge char was WI trlou aerionmnt eriou and ald It wax wal proper properto propr
to hear hea testimony toslnlny with wih resrHtt to tl it at great greatlength Irelt Ireltlenltb Mreatlengtb
length lenltb as al the committee cnlnlte did only on because becauseIt btcnUH btcnUHIt
It carried < arrlo with lth it the th Insinuation Inlinunlon 1 that Gen GenWood uenWood n nWoo
Wood Woo had nd grunted Illtt a concession to the Jai JaiAlnlSociety 01 01II180cielY aI aItiatSociety
AlnlSociety II180cielY HS I set ld forth in the charge Cbarll in II con consideration canIderaton consideration ¬
sideration Ideraton or the gifts lina referred referT to In short idiortthat Mhortthat shortthat
that it laid been guilty guit of corruption In il tint tintmutter Ihomlter thurmutter
mutter mlter There Is I no 10 testimony telllony whatsoever whatsoeverthat vhnutsoioerthat
that supportH any 11 1151 sUch iiidiniirtioii ln lnthe Onthe
the tbt contrary ontrnr the thl facts flLB 555 end nla clrtumstunces clrtumstuncesare clrcum lance lancere I
are re of such fuch character M 11 cc to warrant the state statement stateiflenit Ilt ¬ I Imcut
< ment that such lucb nn ull18inuHjol Insinuation It II but blt a hiineless hiinelessslander Im hmnmsel eh8s + s sshander
slander slanderThe Illndcl shanderThe
The evidence Mr Ir Foraker Forker says affirma affirmatively alrma alrmatvelv airrnatively ¬ I
tively tvelv refutes refutel tIme insinuation In8inuaton that Gen GenWood GenWooi ionWood
Wood Wooi was wa guilty guity of corruption crrpton The Therecord ihierecord ho
record ho says sys shows that Gen Wood did didnot didnot didnot I
not rn grant grt any oy conccasion onc8Ion to the Jai Alai Alaisociety Alaidety AiaIsociety
society dety of any such character charater and that thatconsequently thatconsequently
cne consequently uent to t begin with there ther was wa no nobasis nobll nobasis I
basis bll for or any charge Mr Ir Foraker orkar quotes quotesthat quotethat ItloteSthat
that testimony of Secretary Sortary Boot Rot to the theeffect thoeeot theeffect
effect eeot that the Jai Alai Ali has hI nothing to do dowith dowith I
with the gambling gamblng
It I iu I not a gambling gamblng game testified testifiedMr te testifiedMr tfed I
Mr Boot Rt any moro mor than horse hor racing raing is isa 1 Isa I
a gambling gablng gomeThe game galo gamelhe
The fourth charge relates to the so socalled 1 socalled I
called caled Kuncie article artcle in which it i was WIS aliened alienedi Ilo allogedthat ed
i n 1 i llf i i M 1 1iluncle
that Con Wod Wood In cmplcity complicity wih with Maor MaorHunce Major MajorRuncle I
iluncle Hunce Runcle prepared prpared and published publlhed an article articlereflecting aticle articlereflecting I Irfetng
reflecting rfetng discreditably dirditably upon upn MajorGeneral MajorOenell MajorGeneralBrooke i iBrooke jDloke
Brooke Dloke Senator Foraker says saysTho sarl saysline I
line he only olly question questol is il whether wlvthr or not lot UfI Jan JanVood ien ienWood I
Wood made a I truthful statement stltment to tho Presi President Preident Pmesldent ¬
dent when hen he said rald In II his ht > letter letr of Feb 35 5 liMXi liMXithat 11 1tK 1tKthat
that he had no knowledge of the article arlolf prior priorto Irlorto irriorto
to Its publication There 1her li 1 some lome conflict h hthe I Ithe Ithe
pUblcatOI
the Is testimony on this point Iloint but very little littleMajor ltHo ltHoMuJor littleMajor
Major teltmolY Knncle 1Incl8 testifies t8ttf8 that t lt ho and Gout Wood Woodnnd Woodld Woodand
and Mr Ir linker dined together tOle lur Immediately Immediatelyafter Imle imuutedinttalyafter hlt ly lyoCer
after Mr Ir l takers arrival arlynl at SuntliiKO unlago thtit thtiton tl1t tiviton
on oCer that occasion occn lon such luch nn In nrtlole wu WII was talk tllkd tllkdbout taikod taikodabout < 1 1about
decided lItmuS Ituncle should shouldprepare hioitldprepare
about and It wits iit Itclder thlt lunde Ihould Ihouldprepare
prepare it itMr ItIr itMr
Mr Ir flitter and < iOn ln Wood both say 6 that thatno thatno lustno
no such article IrUole wiS IS talked about Ibolt on 01 that thatoccasion thatocci310n thatoceaion
occasion occi310n or any 11 other octn oOIlon oeeaIon lon when nil ui three threowere threeivere
were Ire present nnd nld that no 11 agreement Ireellt was wasmade vnmMniade IIR IIRIl
made e or even mentioned lntolld thnt llunclo win wnt I to toprepare topro toprepare I
prepare pro Il < arn tiny ny such article Irldn for or publication publicntionJlajor pUblclton publicationtaJor
Jlajor rajor Uiincle ulcl ndinlW lulllf on 01 his uro cross hc ainiiin ainiiintlon unlll imuuIrunitloim
the nrtlcle while Oen OenWood Jan JanWood
tlon that fhlt he prepared preplllli urtcl whl 01
101 Wood wns absent from 1101 Santiago tlntago nnd h hforwnrdod ha haforwnrded heforwarded
forwarded it to Mr Ir Hiker U k r without witholt hiirlnit hiirlnitever hulnl hnivlmrgaver
ever shown It to ten elL Wood or without wiholt ever everhavlnu plr plrhavlnl averhaving
having told hen Wood WOOI of the nature of It ItFor i ItFor
havlnl For this thi reason NIlon added to the fact thnt thntaccordliur thntlocordhll tintnceordtmuc
accordliur locordhll 01 to his IIR own O1n Htnterent lrtI nt Major flJor Iluncle Ilunclewni nUlclO ltiiuncInrwas
was W wllllneto wlini to uttnuk uttlck Mr 1 Brooke niionyinoiittly niionyinoiittlyor ulon lol > ly lyor
or throne throllh Mr linker which WHS wie neither Ipihl r a amnnly IImnnl itmanly
manly mnnl nor lor u soldierly act Ict the tht committee committeenrc cormlttn cormlttnMe
attn of the th opinion that in no fur flr ns I there was wasany Ia Iaany wasarmy
should the statements statementsof at5teniemmtor
any eonfllct onnet they el0uld accept nCCPt stltemlntf
of len Wood and fnd Mr Baker rather than those thoseof thosor thiossof
of Major lljor Bunch For or these reasons Shun th com committee commltt countrnittenr ¬
mittee conclude that the th nocalled localed Ruiicto Ruiictonrtlclo nUlcio nUlcioIrll flunchearticle
article mltt was 1 prepared rpd and published Jlbl > hld In the thomanner theIlnnfr themnntnner
Irll manner shown howl Irp without wihout the knowledge klowldgn or orapproval orIpprovnl orapproval
Ipprovnl approval Ilnnfr on 4n the he part or Jemi ien tI Wood Wod ood n ns to It Itharictur III its itslhorachtr
harictur I and ald that t lust he was 11 not entity or orany i inny Ifny
any fny nii IIHHtutrentR mnisstnutanmnonts t toriients or iniareprenentdtlons li rlJrl ntatons Jult In Inconnection II humcoumneetion
connection onnpcton therewith therewithTho thffwih thffwihTho tinsrewinhThe
Tho fifth ffth charge made me by Major Rathbono Rathbonoallegine nathbol Batlibonoalleging
alleging IleRlng that Oen Wood Woo directed diret I and caused causedthfl cU8Q cU8Qhf raused rausedthe
the hf auditor of Cuba to vjolato violate the thp law In the thetreatment theIreatment thetreatment
treatment of accounts in dismissed dilmlie by Mr MrForaker Mrorlter MrForalter
Foraker orlter with the statement that there is isaboolutely i isabsolutely
absolutely abloltely no testimony tetlmony whatever to war warrant warrant warrant ¬
rant the making of such a charge chargeFour chargoour chargeYour
Four our pages page of the report rpor are arl devoted devote to tothe tothe tothe
the charco charJt that Gen Wood utilized utized the ser ar ¬
1
vices vlcs of exConvict Bellairs Belalrs to depose dep0e Gen GenBrooke OenBroke GenBrooko
Brooke Broke and secure secUr to himself hlm81 the vacancy Yancy
thus thu created createdThis crated cratedThis createdThis
This charge in view of testimony testimonynays tstmon tstmonlays testimonysays
nays lays Mr r Foraker seems em to be b only a spite spiteful Iplt spitefui
ful and Ind malicious malcious one onemnde made without wihout excuse excuseof eCI excuseof
of any kind in a spirit of revenge and andwanton andwanton andwanton
wanton vilification vilificationMr vifcalon vifcalon11r rveng
Mr 11r Foraker Forker declares declars that tlat limo testimony testimonyshows testmony testmonyshows testimonyshows
shows that Gen Oel Wood Woo had nothing what whatever whateer whatever ¬
ever to do with Bellairs1 Blalr employment by
the Associated Assoolatd Press Prl nor with his transfer transferfrom trMsffr trMsffrflom transferItem
from Item Santiago Hntago to Havana and from Havana Havanato
to China ChinaSecretary ChIMSecrty ChinaSecretary
Secretary Secrty Roots Rots testimony t6tmony on the ques quesat quel queslion
tol lion of the Ca Castaneda concession is quote quoted quotedat
at length as a disproving dlprovln ea COIClion the charge chago that thatGen thatOen thatGen
Gen Wood Woo had ha improperly Improply if I not ocr corruptly 11 ocrraptly ¬
raptly ruply granted that concession concessionSome ooncston ooncstonBome concessionSome
Some apace Ipl0 is L given by Mr Foraker Forker to tothe tothe totime
the charges chlrgt made me gven by Alexis Alei B Frye Fre for forand formorly forutterly
utterly superintendent of shoolR schools In buba bubathat a athat
that Gen Wood WiS was guity guilty of faco falsehood falsehoodand
and bad bd faith fath in school matters mtei in II Cuba CubaMr Cba CubaMr
Mr Forak Forlwr Foralmr r omltu omit the specific spilo testimony testimonycontaining teltmony teltmonycntaining testimonycontaining
containing cntaining flue thegramfn gravamen of the charges chargesadmit chargeRalalnt chargesagainst
alalnt against Oen Jon Wood le He dles does how however howeveradmit wr wradmit
admit that tJt Mr Frye Fre testified teltHle that a letter letterwhich Jetterwhloh letterwhich
which ho wrote wrte to t the Secretary of War Wardid Wardid
I wJl did not excul excuse Wod Vood oC Srtaryof any nl les lies i he tla tlaor told toldor
or for anything anythllg else els and that tat Gen Wood Woodmisled Wod Wodmlded Woodmisled
misled him and made
I mlded misrepresentations misrepresentationsto m rprntatone rprntatoneto
to him and trifled trlfed with him until unt It became becameimpossible beme bemeImpolillu becameImpossilile
impossible for him to render efficient
Impolillu t rnder efcient ser services serv aervices ¬
vices v and that it was wa in consequence IMlquenco of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that that kind of things that ho resigned rc ned Mr MrForakor MrJQrakor Mrorakor
Forakor JQrakor comments on this as follows followmMr followsMr olowl
Mr tr Fryes testimony tltmonr shows Ihows on 01 its facie faciethat fao facethat
that ho h 1 an emotional emotonn and excitable excltlble and andunreliable Ind Indulrlable andsmorehiable
unreliable ulrlable witness wllPS and that the charges and andInferences alInternc andinferences
Inferences Internc > drawn by him regarding clarles the thestatoments theItotamen thestatements
statements Itotamen and action Icton of Gen tI Wood Woo were werenot weronot werenot
not only not justified jUltlfed but absurd abluld and andridiculous andldloulous andridiculous
ridiculous ridiculousThe ldloulous ldloulousThe ridiculousThe
The allegation aUcRaton that Gen Wood was WI guilty guiltyof guity guityot
of o insubordination Inuboninaton or as Gen len Brooke Drke ex expressed exPrl axpressed ¬
pressed Prl it conduct cnduct verging crgllg very II closely closelyupon oOely oOelyupon closelyupon
upon it i is best bet answered anlwerdtla1 says Mr Foraker ForakerHe Forltll Forltllby Forakarby
by the rcrd recortls of time Wur Department Department Departmentlie
He holds that there tWI IH no ground for such a achargu I acharge
charge and that Gen Wood Wo was fully Culy HUS HUStained HUStaine suetainted
tainted taine by b tho War ar Department Ieplrtllut and au the thePresident tht timeirestdent
President Ireident as a to all al poinU olnt of f difference differencebetween uiifTerenctbetween letrencl letrenclbehn
between him and Iml Ien en Brooke BrookeFORTIFICATIOX BrooltelnIlffW BrookeFIlfhlIt4TlO
FORTIFICATIOX lnIlffW OF OJ UlUHi SllW HAY HAYJulni IIHIulill 1141Iuhiul
Julni Army 11 und Navy Sn Hoard DonI Crgis rln immune Immediate immunetUate mnlc mnlcIUlte ¬
diate Action eIOI liy I fungrei fungreiWAHHINOTON CnmngreeVtr4hitNaToN 115rt
WAHHINOTON WAlm orO Jun 4 4The The joint Army Armyand Armyami Aramyand
and Navy avy Hoard oald today transmitted transtltt to the thoHouse the10ult theHouse
House 10ult its It report reprt upon upn the fortifications fortificationsof fortUlcutol fortUlcutolof
of Sublg Bay Dy and Manila Janll Bay liY P I IThe Ihe Ilhe
The he report repr says 18 it Is i the th unanimous unanimousopinion Ulllimous Ulllimousoplnlol unaniuumousopinion
opinion oplnlol of the board bard that without a forti fortified fortilied ¬
lied 10 naval base b in the Philippines Phippine the Asiatic Asiaticfleet Asiaticfleet llato llatofet
fleet fet cannot canlot keep kep open OPI the tht lines lnes of com communication comluliaton coumimnunicationt ¬
munication luliaton for supplies lupplls from the tht United UnitedStates UnitedSttet UnitedStates
States Sttet or between ltwlel the army ann posts po t within withinthe withinthe withniunthe
the Philippines Phiippines without which supplies suppliesthe supples supplesthe
the military IIWrj forces of the tl United Cniteo States Statescould Statescould talel talelcould
could riot net hold command commllt of the inlands inlandsThe 1 islandsTime lald laldThe
The report reprt further furthll says K that Manila Manilais lania laniaIs
is not but Sublg Bay Is a suitable sultlble place placefor placefor placefor
for a 1 naval nlval base bO and all station stWon and of all allharbors al alharbor alliumtrboms
harbors In the archipelago archiplago it ia i the t e best bestadapted bestadapte bestadapted
adapted adapte for the purpose that the fortifica fortification fortiIca fortiIcation fortificaSian ¬
tion of Sublg Bay By is I essential ecntul to the security securityof Icurltyot
of a naval navil station staton there that a fortified fortifiednaval fortife fortifiednaval
naval base be at Kubig Bay By will w1 contribute contributematerially lon contributematerially lbutl lbutlmaterlaly
materially materlaly to the defence of Manila lanlo Bay BayThe BayThe BayTue
The report reprt which is il written writtn by Admiral AdmiralDewey AdmiralDewlY AdmiralIewey
Dewey DewlY urges ugl that appropriation appropriton for the thefortification thofortfcton thefortification
fortfcton fortification of these two bays bay should be bemade b bemade
made by Congress Congll without delay dely in order orderthat orer orerthat orderthat
that the development of the naval nyal ftation ftationand Ftationand stationand
and its it defences defenc may proceed prod together togetherand tgeter tgeterInd togetherand
and that the commercial and
Ind commercil military militaryrcflurces mitr militaryrestirces
rcflurces rMlr of Manila anla may Be 0 guarded guardedThe garded gardedTho guardedThe
The consequences cOlequenco of neglect or delay delayho
ho says NYB may be b nothing less les than national nationaldisaster natonal natonaldlater nationaidisaster
disaster disasterThe dlater dlaterTe disasterThe I
The Te policy plc of Congress Congre he says l may be boassumed bealme beassumed I
alme assumed to be b to hold the Philippines Phipplno in inAmerican inAmerican inAmerican
American possession pOElon1 as against any foreign foreignenemy foreignenel foreignenemy I
enemy enel but although alhough the thl islands Islnds have been beenin bcn bcnin beenin
in our possession pesion now more than five fve years yearsnot year yearnot yearsnot
not a 1 gun has ha been ben mounted mounte nor nn In earth earthwork Elrth Elrthwork earthwork ¬
work rnioed ra raisedto e to protect any anyortheir of their harbors harborsXAXTrcKET barborstTII harborsISTfCKET
XAXTrcKET tTII ET LIGHTSHIP ll II TSIII GOXEf GOXEfllellef tm tmUrltf GOXEiieiirf
llellef Urltf That Thi HIP thl Vessel essrl rl Was Wa Knrpl W111 Out to toSea 10Sra hoSea
Sea nn Sunday SUII Simunla Afternoon AfternoonBOSTON HI tflcrnoomiBosios frooon frooonROSTON
BOSTON Jan 4 Information Inrormalon received receivedfrom rllvc1 rllvc1from receiverifrom
from Buzzards Bay today indicates that thattho tln tlnthe thatthe
the relief relof lightship lghtship on 01 the Nantucket South SouthShoal SOl SouthShoal h hHhoal
Shoal station 12 2 miles mies southeast southElt of Nan Nantucket Ni Nantricket I
tucket was swept from mutt its moorings looring some sometime sOle sOlelme sonretime
time lme on Sunday afternoon aferoon A terrific terrificgale terrifc terrifcgale terrificgale
gale was wa blowing at tho time tme A wireless wirelessineusage wlrflc wlrflcIl wirelessunessisgo
ineusage Il lle was aq received rllnl at the thl Nantucket Nnntuckclstation Nnnttlwtstltlon Nantucketstation
station stltlon shortly Khorly after uter 2 odock yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon ttlrday ttlrdayafernoon
afternoon afernoon The Im innsfago mlmge said saidHeavy saidHeavy aid aidHtlwy
Heavy Htlwy gale ale blowing Sea Sa very nl high highHave hil hilHavl riim1inve
Have Havl full tul head hlld of t teaii 1tn1 on to relieve rle the theslruln lhestruln th thstrain
strain upon Upl the thl anchor alchor cables cablesNothing eabll cablesNothing
Nothing more linn hnt been ben heard from the thelightship thel tinelight
lightship l light htshlp shui p since IIICI i mmcc The information Infonatlon inforrnat Ion today todayIH lodl I Iinn
IH li that tht she he has his been bn carried crrlrf from frm her posi position pOilton P ° l llion ¬ I
lion ton and swept out to sea fS The lightship lightshipis lghtlhlp lghtlhlpI
is I fitted fleel with fth a wireless > i apparatus appartuH and nndIf andIf nd
If she had not met with some KOmf injury to the thenpparatua tlt tltnpparllu theapparatus I
apparatus npparllu who would by b this thlf himi time Ijtt I mat have havecommunicate haveher haveCOm11
communicate COm11 flu nmicateJ her position pOiiol ic1st iorm to tl tho I inc Van Vantucket Xln XlnI Na vu vuiuckat
tucket I lckH station stationNanlucket sl stationNuumtucket tlon i
Nanlucket Nlllucct Harbor Harlol li I frozen over olcr and andcommunication nl11 ninthconuntmnication I Icommunicaton
communication communicaton by wire Wif ceased CliO at 4 oclock oclockthis ocloC oclockthis i ithi
this thi afternoon dteloon Tlio last 1t report from fron the theisland th thIslnd tireisland
island Islnd Bald id that the reildimts JEldcntH were wIe short shortof fhort fhortof shortof
of provisions provisionsTlio 118101 II0Vsi0rt II0Vsi0rtlho
Tlio Pollock P lock Rip Rp lightship l htshlp has boem bO1 blown blownfrom hlownrrom blownfrom
from her station staton off 01 of Chatham Chlthl1 but hit her heranchoiH heranchor heranchomet
anchor caught Cu ht and nd she is li holding on about abouttwo aboutt abouttwo
two t 0 miles mitJ HOiithwost Houth wost of her tegular I egulr peel position p peeltion l lton ¬
ton tion The lighthouse lghtholS9 steamer ltamcl Azalea Azlea will willbe willbe l
be ordered orerj to her hISsi6tanc lie assistance Immediately ImmediatelyTWIXS Immedlatlly1J8 inmmeciiatalyTflIXs
TWIXS 1J8 ir4vrii J4 fW ron on A PLAY PLAYThe 1 PL4ITime I
The Thr Virginian nrllnlan irgImthumnCal1afor calls lal for the tie Vertices sCrllt8 of ofn ora ofa
a Matched Pair PairWhen lslrWheum I
When Whel The Virginian lnlan is produced at atthe I Itho Itho
tho Manhattan Mauhatan Theatre tonight two t rug rugbabies mugiaUies
babies may have to take the place of the thelive th thIh thelive
live Ih ones on1 the te irnnageaient n RI agfEnt would woul like 10 to tohave tohao tohave I
have in the show In the christening
il Ile Ihow ehrl3tlnlnr scone sconein Bone BoneII scenein
in II in Act I 1 Lcinida and Faistlc alclc baby twins tln twinsplay i iplay i
play Important Iuprtunt parts pnrt In answer alvor to an ad advertisement j jvertisement i ivrtiement
vertisement vrtiement yesterday foe twins twlnl a 1 score Rcre of ofmothers ormoters ofmothers
mothers moters with the thl genuine goods goodi appeared appearednt npPclf >
nt It tho theatre theatreThey thratrt theatrethey
They alt al hud 11d an Interview IntlfIrw with wih tim th press prE pressagent j jaccent iaIent
accent aIent who is bald hiid amid nl unmarried unmarrit Out Outof O Outof > I Iof
of the number that alple applied he picked picke out outthree outthro outtiurco
three thro pairs any al of f which I 10h will wi do doApplication doApploalol doApplication
Application Apploalol will 1 bn b wade to Mayor McClel McClellan McClelIan MeClelIan ¬
Ian today for Co a permit penult for the appearance nppearanooof npptlaneo npptlaneoof
of the twins None pennlt of the babies 1 11 Is yet yeta yc yca
a year old oldOLD ohtiOld
OLD 011 CASHIER JSllIW TO RETIRE RETIREMr 1l1Il 1l1IlIr
Mr Ir Illnkok Will 1 Hentaln Uelain a nireetorof Urretor4f the theNational IbellonAI timeNational
National llonAI Park Prk flank flankmeeting Iali I1aimlI
J t 14 u Ideltood understood that lit Ile the cming coming annual annualmuceting I IIwclng
meeting Iwclng on Jan 1 J of the board bORr of direr directors dirertoes ¬
toes 101 of rf the National Nntonll Park Bank Bnk George nfrgeS GeorgeS
S Hlcltok lUI1 will wi offer 0111 his hil rrfiKnrtion rrlJnton oscashier oscashierMr a8cshlor a8cshlorMr
Mr Hlokok lakolt resigns rlgn entirely onUrly on account of ofliirt ofh ofhis
his h advanced ago Ho Jn is now no about 7 7yean 75 75years I
yean ycarl old nnd has been connected conncte with withtho wlth wlthIha withtime
time bank almost since flnoa it wan aM organized organizedin I IIn
in IRSfl IA O lie I has beon its I cashier Ialhior for the thepast timepast I Ipalt
palt past fifteen ftln or sixteen IIIen years yearsLast pl yearsLast I
Last L t fall fal Mr Ir Hlokok hud hurl a severe leere attack atne attackof j jof I
of vertigo vltg Hn I mid aid than that tlat ho thought thoughthe
he would coon lon have hlo to to give Re up the active activeduties aotivodulll8 actmvoduties
duties dulll8 of cashier cashierMr Clhllr ClhllrMr cashierMr
directors directorsIt dlntDI Mr Hlckok Hckok will i remain rmlln in thn ti board of ofdirectors ofdlntDI ofdirectors
It Is II naid eld that Edward hvar J 1 Baldwin now nowasslfitant now411Rtt nowassistant
assistant 411Rtt place I cashier clhlr will wi be put In Mr Hlckoki Hlckokiplace Hickk Hickkplace Hiekokplace
J
BELOWZEROANDG01NGLOWER BELOWZEROANDG01NGLOWERSTREET BELOW BELOWZERO ZERO AND GONG GOING LOWER LOWERI LOWERSTRET LOWERSTREET I I
STREET STRET CLEANERS SVFFEROXE SVFFEROXEDIES SIJFFE1fOVE1IES I
DIES OX HIS IlS SNOW SVO CART OARTS
48 S Hours nOln of Weather ealler Like LkeTls This lifts la Given GivenIr Gien GienDr GinenDr
Dr Woodbury 1oodbuy the Stiffest SllTcst Winter Job Joblie Joble JobHe
lie le UasI8c 1as Il s Hart Hidt A Chance Cance of More Ilore Snow SnowToo Snowloo
Too 100 on Top of This 11 Frozen M 111s 111sThe 3lsss 3lsssThe ss ssThe
The Governments Govcrlment mercury struck strok zero zeroat zer zerat zeroat
at 10 minutes IOmlut to t II 1 oclock oclok lost lat night thereby therebycorroborating Ilorby Ilorbycrbrtn therebycorroborating
corroborating crbrtn the te unofficial unMola thermometers thermometerssome termometer
some 1mI of which had it 2 degrees degrs below zero zeroThe zer zeroThe
The Te Weather Bureau Buru shut up shop hoj soon BOOHafter lon lonaftr soonafter
after aftr with zero still the record but ex expected expetd oxpected ¬
wih zro stl te rn
pected petd a lower mark mrk between betwen 2 oclock ocook and 3 3The 3The 3The
The unofficial unofcial thermometer therlomete had it 4 de degrees deIrees dirgrees ¬
grees Irees below blow at a 1 A M MIt MIt I Il
It l has lial not been no 1 low officially ofcialy in Janu January Janu January anu anuany ¬
any ary since ISWSwhen 180hen the record rcor wasSdegrees wasSdegreesbelow wa3degrees wa3degreesbelow was3degreesbelow
below A peculiar pular feature Ceture of the tempera temperature wmpra wmpratur Lemnperutune ¬
tune tur was wa that it was several sveml degrees d gree cooler coolerat coler colerat
at midday tl 1n tln < n when the widest oldest hour hournormally hournonaly hournormally
normally nonaly come cmt just before befor the dawn dawnFrom dawl dawimFrom
From FrlD 8 degrees degr I dropped < rppe to S degrees degr at
10 oclock yeaterV yeter yester n morning mr rfl lag and stuck stuckthere stuokther stuckthere I
ther there until untllhorty shortly L i T I r noon when it began beganslowly beganslowly beganslowly
slowly to ascend Bcnd 4 ing 1IgII its frosty frKty nose noseover nso nsoover noseover
over the 7 degree degre run runs at It 5 oclock in the theafternoon theaternoon tineafternoon I
afternoon aternoon It I went down with the sun sunlike sunlee sunlike
like lee most ol the breee brze tumbling tumblng to t 3 du dugrees dl dlgre tiegeese
geese gre at 8 oclock in the evening 8enlng and at 10 10to It 10to
to 1 degree degr above aboveThe aboveThe aboveThe
The coldest oldst January Janu any weather recorded recordedhere reorde recordedmere
here was WIS on Jan 101878 10 1875 when the mercury mercuryregistered mercuryreglllere mercuryregistered
registered reglllere 0 degrees de greK below It I was Wil zero zeroon zeroon zerocmi
on Jail 29 2 1873 18i 1 degree dgre below on Jon Ja 11 11and 1 11and
and 16 1S83 1 3 and 3 degrees dgrl8 below blow on Jon Jonl Ja
e l 18 1890 ie In February FeIrury taut la t year it i touched toucheda
a i degrees df gepM below belowThe blCw blCwThe belowlhie
The Washington forecast for today tod and andtomorrow andtomorow andtomorrow
tomorrow tomorow ia i Fair Fall and nd not 80 cold cld clddl A Adisturbance AdIsturbance
disturbance dl tuIalc was WIS dlovtrd discovered last night Ilght off offthe 01 oflthe
the Carolina Crln couKt ca conjecturaliy cnjecturaly moving movingnortheast InovlngIlorlhea mnovlnmgnortheast
northeast t This 11 inspired lusplr Washington WII Wash IlgtOI immgtoim to toorder toortr toorder
order ortr up storm ator warnings from Columbia ColumbiaS Colum i
S C to Sandy Sndy Hook A high northeaster northeastermay IOr northeastermay laller lallermlY
may mlY reach this tbl count Clt today tod or tonight tonightbringing tonightbringing tonigintbringing
bringing a snowstorm SUlwttorr with it itSine ItSinw itSinci
Sine New York reallY ralY began to remove removesnow rmovo rmovoenow removesnow
snow from its Iti streets strU the work has hUl probably probablynever probhy probhynever probablynever
never been no 10 severe eer as a it was Wi yesterday yesterdayNot YterdIY YterdIYot
Not ot only was wa it hard harl work but there ther was waaacute wat wasacute
acute aute physical 1lyicl1 suffering ucering among Imonl the anon meuwho 10n 10nwho anonwho
who did dii it itFor ItFor itFor
For more limn fortyeight hours 1111 tlio tliomercury tht thtmercurv thurinmercUry
mercury lots lUll hung around the zero ZO mark markand markand mnaikand
and in tine big army of street ttrot cleaners ce811ert cleaners whom whomCommissioner whol whomComnmlneuioner
Commissioner Comm loner John McOaw Woodbury Woodburymany Wobur Wobursen Woodburyeeumt
sen eeumt forth to cpe cope wih whtim the hlav heavy snowfall snowfallmany I Imany
many men have been een prostrated proRtrted or frost frostbitten frtl frtlbitten frostbitten ¬ I
bitten and hundreds hundrds have been bn compelled compelledto cIled cIledto
to drop out for fol hours hour at a a time tme in il order orer to toof tokeep tokeep I
keep from tr freezing > zlug At lelt least one ha has died diedof diedof
of exposure exposurdied exposuredied died on his snow SIOW cart cartThis cr cartThis I
This Thi man was w William WllaJ Hooks luol0 The fore foreman foreman foremart ¬
man of the gang that was WU removing rltoving romnovmn piles plfB of ofsnow oCsnow ofsnow
snow from gan the neighborhood of Third Thirdavenue Thir Thirdavenue
avenue aVlnue and the Southern Souther Boulevard Doulevan yester yesterday YMrday yesttrday ¬
day afternoon aremoon called caled out Hookas 10ltss name namebut mumunobut
but hlt got no 10 response rlpOIIe Then he sent Ient William WilliamHeller Wiiam WiiamHeler Wihliammmhailer IUIO1
hailer Heler a a shoveller showlal to find fnd Hooks Hoks Heller Hellerfound Heler Helerfound Ileiherfound
found Hookas Hooll cart art but Hooks Hook wasnt Wlnt on onthe onthe I
the seat sat Several eral minutes minut later Iater they found foundHooks foundHooks
Hooks Hokl unconscious uncolclous on the floor foor of the curt curtHe cartHe < r
He was WI dead dea when an ambulance ambulanc got there thereIn thcreInMplte thereIn I
In InMplte spite of zero 7r icy Ic snow and scarcity earlty of oftrucks of oftrucks
trucks trck and wagons the Street Strt Cleaning CleaningDepartment CeaningDeprtment CleaningDepartment
Department has hI made good god progress prgrs in ingetting InKettng inetting
mae
Deprtment
getting Kettng the principal prncipl street Itt of the to city cityclear cly clycler cityclear
clear cler The Tie financial tlancial district dltrlct and lower lowurBroadway loworDroadwav lowerBroadway
Broadway wore wer cleaned clened up first frt and wer werevirtually were werevirtuallyfre
virtuallyfre vlrualyfre virtually free from snow Inow by Sunday even evening evenIn evening ¬
ing In The thoroughness thorughJss and speed apd with withwork withwimielt
which Dr Woodburt Woodbtmrys force got In It its I Iworic
work on Broadway BradwlY was wa of immense aid to tothe t tothe I Ito
the firemen fremen at Sunday nights fire fn ct lt Leon Leonard Leonand ¬
to
and street Iret Broadway for blocks north northhad northhad I Ihad
an had been cleaned cleano and the lire fre companies companiesfound cmpaniea cmpanieafound comapaniesfound
found tho street stret in front of tho burning burningbuilding burninghllding burningbuilding
building hllding in perfect IJerect shape for fire fr fighting fightingiWTho fghting fghtingIHTho fightingThmo
iWTho Thmo department devoted its il efforts effortsveaterday etorts ettortsyesterday
yesterday veslIday principally prlncipalr to clearing cllurng upper upperBroadway upperrndway upperl3rondwny I
Broadway rndway tho Bowery thu ferry fery streets stiwtH175th Ktl streets125th tH I
175th 1 th street strel Fifth avenue and other of tho thobusier thohuslr timebusier
busier thoroughfares IholOIRhfal A like lke system 8 tel was wasfollowed WIS WISfolowed wasfollowed
t tCQmmllloner
followed folowed InThe In The Bronx Brnx and in Brooklyn BrooklynCommMoner Broldyn BrooklynCommissioner
Commissioner CQmmllloner Voodbury Woo dbl r directed Irtie the thework Iheork timework
work ork in person plln visiting vlsitinv all IIparll parts of the city cityin cityin I IIn
in turn I I r and I nd working wo rklnp like lke it 1 beaver bl3 vel all al tin tintime til timetime
time 1101 Dny lnlld 1nynmmd mid night nipht nighutsineethenow wince the snow rnow stopped stoppedand Ktoppednnd stoppedand
and for hours hOI before hcflrA tho Commissioner Commissionerhas COlllb lollr I
has ha been hen in the th field feld almost 11U0H constantly constantlystraightening ruttant I Istraigimtening
straightening strailhtening out tangle and complications complicationsand tlplcatonl
and rushing rushill the work and encouraging encouragingbin meolrinl I
bin hi half frozen fenel workmen workmenLate workmenLate Iolkmen IolkmenIate
Late yesterday afternoon when Dr DrWoodbury DrWoodbury DrWoodbury
e8terta
Woodbury dropped drpp d into 1110 his hl office ot in them thuPark thoJark themlark
Park Row Building Duldinl for a short fhort visit illt his hisface hiI misface
face was WI blistered hlitert from from exposure lpOllrl and he helooked ht lielooked
looked Inolld as a If he had gone through an Arctic Arcticnight Artc Artcul Arcticnighnt
night ul
nightWeve ht I
Vice fe had a good muny Illny heavier hlalr snow snowfalls snowStalk no ¬
falls fal to contend ollolo with wih said 8ld the Commis Commissions omml ommlalonI ounmisnilonci ¬ I I IWI
sions but fow when the Ihl temperature temperaturevas tmlptrulure
vas WI so inueli luth against agailt u us u Ul am i it In II now no Thc Thncintense I I Iintense
Iltpn intense cold has III held us lS buck a great Int deal dealIn dealII dealiii
In II g gtltnK getting ltin the snow out Olt of 01 the way WI and andconsidering al amidcorneideriuig
tho weather conditions
considering n idering ndllol wo wohave WOIlwo trohave
have Ilwo mode mue good headway Tho tern ternporalure tI ternprntture
poralure however has ha been something sorretimiugfrighiful >
frightful for the men ml n Many lal of them themhaw themhaE tinerumhave
haw haE been brn completely prostrated proltrald by I the theterrific theterrifc theterrific
terrific terrifc told Some of them have hlve been at ntwork atwork atwork
work with their toes tOOI aotunlly aotual out of o their tholrihotH theirhOlll theirmhoemu
ihotH and Ind have 135 bit i1 lwui n without wihollt glove You Youoan YOI Torican
oan imagine Imllno what hILt work for tlevi tle poor poorfelows mioorfeiiows or orfellows
fellows felows means II an along aloll the thf river front fllt atinid atinidniftht at mid midnicht raidnlht
niftht nicht with tho temperature tliprnture around zero zeroWhy zto ztoIY zeroVhiy
Why IY early eary tills tlL in moring iaorniung or nine it was WII so cold cld that thaillont thatI
1 llont sent one man III to the Sew Xo York Hospital Hospitalfrom HospilHIfrom Hospitalfronm
from Broadway and II Fourteenth fourtenlh street streetHe slrcet umtrceHe
He was wa badly bad I frostbitten flollJiten And there therewere therewere therewere
were plenty plnty more wen who suffered sufel in the thenarre the11are tinenatra
narre 11are way j
Dr Woodbury Woodbur said that if the zero weather weathercontinued wcathlr weathercontinued I Ioltnued
continued oltnued there was no way of telling toilng when whenthe whenthe i
tll the deportment depa lelt would ould get Iet all al tho snow snowremoved snowremotd snowrenmoveti
removed remotd The cold has been s bO > o great that tHt thatthe 1 1the I Ithe
the snow KIOW has formed practically prlcticly into int a athick 1 a athick
thick icy coating cotng almost everywhere and andthe amithe andthe
the men are ae obliged oblge in many places lilals to at attack Rttak ¬ I Itack
tack tak it with picks pick to break it up This Thiswould Thil lhmiswould
would he slow work ordinarily odfnally but ut with withthe withthe Withthe
the cold so intense that the th men have to tostop tl tostop
stop ItOp frequently frquonty to t get Jet warm wan and many manystopping lany lanytopping mnaumystopping
stopping altogether from from sheer inability inabity to tostand 10tand I Istand
stand tho exposure the work Is 1 doubly re returod retnrded i itardod
tardod turod The Thl epsur Buffering lutelng among the hoi ironies ironiesInns sen senhas I IhaB
ononp
has been very great also and the fiOls they
alO
cr
frequently frquurty set e add Idd appreciably npprecab1r to tho thodifficulties thl itmudifficulties j
dlicuitea difficulties of the work workIt t
It was aR estimated e8tlmaud yesterday by Dr Wood Woodnirys W cod I
111 burys nirys snow ItOW removal rmoval experts expers that about abrl
1000000 300 cubio Ibio yards of snow RIOW will wi have to toremoved toh
h removed from rar Manhattan Manhatan Mnntnattanandlhe and The Bronx Bronxill Drnx Drnxal flronctill I
al till ill told of which whJh 1175000 11 OO is I to be taken takfiirom Inktl takenfrom
from rom the streets streltl in this borough boroujh Tho Thoxperts ThoIxlrts liioexperts
experts Ixlrts havent havent been able to make any anyguess i iues
guel guess ues n al as to tho amount to be taken away awarin I In I
in n Brooklyn BrooklynA looklvn looklvndav I Iwork
A day force fHe Once of about 8800 6 mfn m was nt ntvork ntwork
work in the three boroughs horu hs yesltirday yeAtriIt3and ellriar j jmd I Iand
and the thl total numlior 11111 of trucks IItckH and wagons wagonsivory wagonsevery a on onewry
ivory available avnlahlc vehicle Vhlcle bailiff Uill bolmi preened d into intolervice 1110 1110flrice brieservice
service flrice was wa 2UOO 2100 204 M 1 0 Boutcn JrH suporin suporinendent luprin luprintendent ennporintendent
tendent of snow removal rlnoval Mint 11nt a cull cI1 to the thenoighborlng timeneighboring
neighboring cities ctle anti lol towns for moro morovnions mor morewngons I
wnlon wngons wngonsFor vnions vnionsFor
For or racil truckload trcl < oad of snow Inow carted carttl away awaymd awayami awayanti
md dumped Into the river rhlr then th contractor IntrnctorpOY contractorPUTS J JOVH
pOY PUTS OVH 70 cents For waRomoada S5 3 tvnts 1Jnt I Iraid Is itpaid I Ipaid
paid raid Estimating Etlmltul that eiu Ilrh envii < h vehicle in II in inrisen j jIBB
risen U81 carted Crted off of twelve loads yesterday terda and andhat andIha andthat
hat Iha time load IOIe averaged Ivern 1 IJ4 n cubic yards yardst
I it t won aR figured ftrd that about 45000 O crumb clblo yards yardsf nrd nrdof
of f snow were wlr removed rmoed from from Manhattan Manhattanitrcetfl Manhatan ManhatanItr Manhattanstreets
streets Itr In course coule of the day day A force fa r of ofi ofa
1 a i thousand thotMnd or more mor men len and about no nocapons o fl0wegons
capons and trucks trckH worked all al night alto altoInvqtinE aiMdovotln alsodovoting I
dovotln InvqtinE n I good Iood pliaro Ihnre of its HI attention utlnton to tothe tothe tothe
the Sixth 81rth avenue a avenue nte chopping fhopplnl district districtBocauflj dlMrlcl districtBecaniw
Bocauflj neUf of the snow fno drills drln up tp the th Slate Slateiwirly Stle Stlenorly Statenerirly
iwirly norly all it ho h trains t mln running runnll into the Grand Grandntral Grnd CirnmnriCentral i
CEltrl Central > ntral Station Btalon w were re nrlll Hei more n orl or Iffis IrfR lain lainant halelast
lali last ant night night The Empire Stnt wan 111 an hour iintirind hourand hnonnramid I
and a half hlf behind blhlnd while whie tho srwnd eind section sectionf I ctlon
of > f the Southwestern Iut Soul hWffter hweetcrn Limited Lhnlrd cot Iot in five fivehours fivehours e ehours
hours late latE On Hw Ih he N XfW New w York New Harm Harmfind Ialn Ialnand havenand I
and Hartford Hrfor Railroad Itirld tho trains trahll from fromBoston fromBlion fromsten
Blion Boston sten and beyond worn worl moro than thlo nn nnhour tinhour
I
hur hour late Ltt
XO 10 PREFERENTIAL PBEFERENTJL TREATMENT TREATMEXTBat
Bat Expense Epne of 0 Maintaining Hltnlna Blockade UlockadiAcalnit BlockadeAaalnlt lilockadeAimminet
Acalnit Venezuela enezlrla Is Allowed AllowedSpecial Aloe AllowedSpncS
Special Sp SpncS cla Oot Cr Cabis > n j DnpoSch Dpic to 101 Tax SON STOBBCBBKLS SONlRUSSI1LS JusBiwsagLa
BBCBBKLS lRUSSI1LS Jan 4 4The The Petit Bleu alleges allegeito allegesto
to have authority for saying that The Hague Hagui HagueTribunal HagueTribunal
i Tribunal has already outlined its it judgment judgraeivin
in the Venezuelaca e The paper saystlmt saystlmttho say 1hat 1hattho
tho tribunal disallows the claims of tho thoblockading theblockading thoblockading
blockading Powers that they should be re regarded reganled regarded ¬
garded as privileged creditors and that they theyshould the theshould theyshould
should be allowed to recoup themselves themselvesbefore themselvesbefore themselvesbefore
before the other Powers from the customs customsrevenue customsrevenue customsrevenuo
revenue but allows the expenses of the theblockade Uleblockade timeblockade
blockade which was undertaken in the thepublic thopuhlic thepublic
public interest interestWhen InlerestWIlen interestThen
When these costs are recovered all the thecreditors thecreditors thecreditors
creditors will w111sharo share in the customs revenue revenuein reenueIn revenuein
in proportion to their claims The judg judgment judgment judgmont ¬
ment will be announced in February FebruaryGAVE February0l1 FebruaryA1pl
GAVE A1pl 1000000 AWAY AWAYC 4 4W4 tl 1 1Capt
Capt C pl Pabst Distributed That Sum to His HisFamily H1IIFamily HisFamily
Family on Christmas ChrlstmuDurled Hurled Yesterday YesterdayMILWAUKEE YesterdayMILWAUKEE cstMda
MILWAUKEE Jan 4 4Capt Capt Frederick FrederickPabst FroderlckPabst FrederickPabst
Pabst whoso funeral was WaB held today todaymade toda todamade todaynmade
made on Christmas some special gifts to toevery toevery
every member of his family f mlly the aggregate aggregateof
of which ta I said by close friends to repre represent represent reprosent ¬
sent some 5000000 At that time Capt CaptPabst CaptPabst I IPabst
Pabst fully realized that his illness was of ofa ofa i ia
a fatal character and that the end was wa not notfur notfar notfur
fur off To his wife and each one of his hisfour histour hisfour
four children he handed stock certificates certificatesand
and deeds representing something over
1000000 in each case caseNotwithstanding caseNotwilhlltandlng caseNotwitlmmmtandiimg
Notwithstanding this distribution of ofwealth oCw ofwttaltii
wealth w lth the will of capt Pabst will 11 dispose disposeof
of large additional amounts It is esti estimated IstIulted esttmated ¬
mated by friends that his entire wealth wealthwill wealthwill wealthwill
will amount to about 10000000 That he heremembered herelllember heremembered
remembered various philanthropic and andcharitable andcharitable andcharitable
charitable institutions to which he gave gaveliberally gaveliberally gaveliberally
liberally during his life is firmly believed believedby believedbr believedby
by his friends friendsIOWAS flletldsIOn5 friendslO1EetS
IOWAS CAPITOL DVRXED DVRXEDA BrJREIIMIOOOooo
A A 3OOOOOO Uulldlng Dulld1naGovernor Governor helps HrtpsSave HllpsSall helpssft
Save sft C Library LibraryDCS Llbrl1lYI LibraryDxs
DCS I ltS MOiNES la Jan 4 4Iowas Iowas hand handsome hand80me handSante ¬
some 3000UOO State House was as gutted guttedby guttooby guttedby
by a tmtLt lilt started this afternoon from froman floman froman
an i < 3rly insulated electric light wire wirein wireIn wirehum
in I he h att io to of the building buildingKlevtiii buildingIevlu buthhingEleveum
Klevtiii fire companies were called out outbut outbut
but were uuublo to prevent the spread of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the flames on account of Insufficient water waterpressure waterpretmm
pressure and the height of the Capitol CapitolGov CupltolGov CapItolCoy
Gov Cummins headed a rescuing party partythat partythat
that did splendid work in saving State Staterecords Statereconls Staterecords
records and many volumes in the he State Statelibrary Stttelibrary Statelibrary
library libraryTho libraryIho libraryThe
The loan is estimated at 500000 The TheLegislature lheLegislature ItmeLegislature
Legislature which convenes on Monday Mondayis
is confronted with the necessity of securing securingtemporary 80curmgtemporary scctmrmngtemporary
temporary quarters quartersvo
vo 0 PRiZE TO XEGRO GIRL GIRLAlthough OIRllIhoucll 131R11Ahtimomigim
Although Judges Not Seeing the Color or orHer ofHer
Her Skin Awarded It to Her HerDBS lIerDEli 11crDas
DEli MOINES Iowa Jan 4 4Judges Judges of ofpiano otpiano ofpiano
piano forte music seated in an adjoining adjoiningroom adjoiningroom
room and not permitted to see the per performer perfonner performer ¬
former awarded first prize at the recent recentState recontState recentState
State eisteddfod hold by tho Welsh people peopleof
of Des Moines and neighboring cities to toMarguerite tolnrgurrite toMarguerite
Marguerite Field FieldMarguerite Fieldillarguerlto FieldMarguerite
Marguerite was born with a black skin skinand skinand skinand
and the wise men of the eisteddfod called calleda
a meeting to discuss the race question questionIt
It was decided that according to tho rules rulesof rulesof rulesof
of the association the color line must be bedrawn bedrawn becirawn
drawn and that the prize that had been beenawarded beenRwardd beenawarded
awarded by brthtl the judges could not be given givento
to time colored girl girlCHtCHILE girlflfrIbtIr I IltllIl1
CHtCHILE ltllIl1 STEEL RECEIVERS RECEIVERSJudge llEI IfECEIIERSluulc nEnS nEnSJullll
Judge Uufflncton Appoint Them on i iPlltsburg a a1ltUbllrtr aIitlsbnmrg
Plltsburg Application ApplicationPITTBUURU tpphlcahiomuPivTtnmuitu pplleatlonIITTRIIURU
PITTBUURU Jan 4 4A A bill in equity was wasfiled WIJSt winsfiled
filed t by tho Crucible Steel Company of ofAmerica ofmerica ofAniienica
America In it tho United States Circuit Court Courttoday Courttoday Courttoday
today asking for the appointment of a areceiver artcellr areceiver
receiver for the Clairton Steel Company CompanyThe
The matter was immediately heard by byJudge byJudge byJudge
Judge Buflington and ho appointed William Williaml1
l1 l Park md the Union Trust Company of ofPittsjurs oflitlsIJllr oflnittstjrmrg
Pittsjurs receiveia to take charge of the theproperty theprolert theproperty
property and operate its plants plantsWilliam plnlltWilliam plantsihiinmn
William ihiinmn O Park is the chairman of the thoBoard theollrd timeBoard
Board of Directors of the Crucible Steel SteelCompany Steelompany Steelornparmy
Company ompany of America The bill says that thatthe IhatIhe thatthe
the company his a floating indebtedness indebtednessof 1 1of
of about 4500000 4 OOOOO now due and rapidly rapidlymaturing rapidlylIIiLturing rapidlyznatimring
maturing nnd the company has not been beenable beenuble beentmlnie
able to obtidn the money necos nmoeesttary try to tofinublo toCIImblo tormiulnlo
finublo it to pay off this thmi indebtedness and andcarry aUlICLHI auntcLirmy
carry CLHI on its operations but that I ha it has hasinsurance hasSIIlrarwo huntessurance
insurance that if a receiver is appointed appointedso
so that the court can authorize tho giving givingof gl vlng vlngor
of proper security s curity for tire repayment repa mon of ofthe orthe oftine
the money advanced it can obtain lh lhnecessary lhf lhfnl0II1IY thuusJeMtry <
necessary funds to enable it i to continuo continuooperations continuooperatlonR comitinueoperations
operations anti will be able to pay off its itsdebts Itsdebts itselebtnt
debts debtsThe elebtntfime debtsThe
The plant occupies 115 acres of land at atClairton a aClairton atCiairton
Clairton his threo blast furnaces twelve twelvefiftyton twelvefiftytoil twelveflftytotm
fiftyton open hearth furnaces with bloom blooming hloomIng bloormiing ¬
ing mills and billet mills m mil It IB I the most mostmodern mcstmodrn mostmodern
modern plant In the world wo worldiIET11Jll I1d I1dJIl
JIl iIET11Jll 1 > I ETHIC TIl11I U HYS IIRST 1OIXT 1OIXTIlls 1nUIIlls IOIXIHIs
Ills Dcmurrrr to lolnt Conspiracy Charge ChargeIs 41iumreis harleII
Is Sustained SustainedOMAHA SlIsllltl1ldO SimatalnetiOauAmnt
OMAHA O IAI Jan 4 1Jenalor Senator Charles Ii HDietrich IiDitlld IIDietrieb
Dietrich won the first fir t point in in his trial In Inthe inlhe mmLime
the post office bribery cases Judges Judg Munger Mungerftnd Mnnrerand Mmmngerand
and Van ItO Doventer O > cnter sustaining fu talnlng his demurrer demurrerto
to tho indictment for conspiracy < y and dis dismissing dl dlmlll4lng dhnminodng ¬
missing time ease oasuIn O1 easeIn e eIn
In rendering this decision Judge Van VanDnvcnter nn nnOeventel anDeventer
Dnvcnter raid tills was Wl done because tho thobribery thohrlblry timelmribery
bribery indictment covered tho point made madeiu
iu in the conspiracy charge The he joint con conspiracy con8pira conspirac3 ¬
8pira spiracy indictment was therefore quashed quashedTiie quashedThe quasimedIine
The Senators trial on the bribery brlbel charge chargevasRotfor chargewas hl1lIowa
wa was vasRotfor 1 set t for Tuesday l1Ito < ay morning ConCowin ConCowinlhe6fn Gcnlowlnlhe Jon Cotvirn Cotvirnthe
the lhe6fn Senators itor80oijnHelinterpo < tiounitel itt terposed d 1 is demurror demurroritid domlrrrand dcnmnrrerarnd
and tlin court took the matter under ad advisement IdlIemen advisemen ¬
visement visement7T lIemen t t tII
7T 110 II J IIKIUULKS IIIWi1i II I S niSMlLKI niSMlLKIInn IllS 1154 JIJ Il L El ElIlaim n nIIIL
Inn IIIL hero HorklnB nn the S Strluulcd milled Mire MoeottMn MireeutiniuiiCll Ile I
ottMn 1 lnTIcd Tuweil Into Norfolk NorfolkXunrmK NorfolkNonrnijc I IXU
XunrmK XU IOIlt Vn Jan 4 fTho Tho GOIlllImfnt Govenunmrrrttrig lovernmptit lovernmptitItlg I Ilug
lug Hrrcuioi which has hn been at Ctlrrittlck Ctlrrittlcknlet CurritllckInlt CurnlttnckIrmiat
nlet N C helping to save time submarine submarinelorpodo flllhmarinetorproo snmhnmrinetorpedo
torpedo bout b itt Moixn MOtXflWifl in wa towed In hero heroioday 1110lod meretoday
end cnclllJillfJr Miners Trarui Traruiortntion rmmntsliortntioum
today lod by the Merchants I Ilorlation
lorlation > ortntion Company fttcamnr Frederick Frt > Irick from fromtnvannali fuornt4evannahm
tnvannali The Hrrculcn blow hl out tho thoclInclrr tirecylinder 1 1m I
cylinder 111111 or hpr enl 11 in durlll dtmrirrg 111 t lie > gul gmutcii I
on m Hunday and nn Ihc t ire Frederick fft lcrick < nicked llolell lIar Imrip hrup lIarnip
up ip whtn IIdpiC nflplriw and a lrI drnKgini liar Itr nwhor nwhortf I IottO
ottO tf Cafr aflye yi > Inlit on tin th Noth oth Cajnliiiji CajnliiijiLOttKt AolinlJoa anolinlatna5t
LOttKt tna5ttine LOttKtThe oa t tTho
The wrecking rlckin tiift William Coloy oley Iropoiin Iropoiino 1 hats gOini gOinito n nto
to o tho nA 1I1IIalll itanrf of tire tl Ciovernnniit trig IIF i iPeoria I IPeoria IPeoria
Peoria in culllns off o tl time > Moccn Mocenhin ll in fiotn fiotniirritucl flolnCtlrritud hrinmnnrni5mmrl
iirritucl l Ioach ach Jhe wirckois IIf ktI lucre nay nayLhat sin sinthat ay I Illltt
Lhat the he n new w position 1I itlon of the Moccasin is isFavorable Isfavorable
Favorable to her rescue 6oue I
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DEMOCRATIC DEMOORATICLOVE LOVE FEAST FEASTA i it
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A t XOTARLE CATHERIXf SOUXDt SOUXDtCAMPAIGX SOllICUI sOiivpCIMP1IIGN
CAMPAIGX CUI PUG WAR NOTES XOTESCleveland OTES OTESClenland I
I ICletchand
Cleveland and Parker Not Iherr hue huefciciul huelId busSemi
Semi lId Messages lessaesIIItd Alleged MBrconlsram MBrconlsramSays laroonllJralll21a1
Says 535 Ilrj Dr3III1s aiis Hearts With time roast roasters Feastera ¬
I In
ers n and Dont Forget Western Votes VotesHill ltS r b
11111 Makes fi With Murphy lul1lbOlnrr MmmrphyOincyCalls OIncj OIncjCalls 1 1RlIs
Calls RlIs for Cleveland to Lead LeadThick LeadThickII11rouII11 Thick ThickHarmony tI tIHaromony
Harmony Lniler OIltr Ilaurke Cockran CockranDemocrats CockranDemecrat8 n nDemocrats
Democrats of high and low degree to totho totho totime
tho number of 450 and more sat around the themahogany themahogany themahogany
mahogany at Sherrys last night ate and anddrank anddrank anddrank
drank and smoked the th woods 1II of peace peaceAnd peiOOAnd peaoeAnd
And the menu cards said that the eating eatingand eatingand eatingand
and drinking and the Incense burning were wereall wereaU weraall
all for the honor of George Brinton MoClel MoClellan MoClellan MoC1elIan
lan the young Mayor of the city of New NewYork 4 n nYork
York His hosts were citizens of the olty oltyho oltyhe cityho
ho rules rulesAn f n nAn
An alleged Marconi M rconI telegram from WJ WJBryan j jBryan Jl JlBryan
Bryan at sea on the Celtic was reoelwd receivedIt 3
It said aaldMv saidMv
I
Mv heart is with von Dont forget the theWestern theWestern theWestermm
Western Democrats who polled l 01100000 01100000votes 01500000votes O50OOvotes
votes in 1000 1000Mr 1900Mr i iMr
Mr Olney also at the close of his speech speechsprang apeeohsprang epeohsprang
sprang a mild sensation by practically practicallynominating practlcal1ynomlntltlng practicaiiynominating
nominating Mr Cleveland for fo l the Presi Presidency PJIIdenoy prealdenoy ¬
denoy lIe had said that wo had become becomesated becomesated becomesated
sated with sensations that we e now wanted wanteda
a rest and a chance to digest our new de dependencies dependenclOfl dependenciemi ¬
pendencies Then he went on to say
The man of all men in the United Ul ted States Statesmost Statesmost Statesnmost
most capable of giving us the kind of ad administration administratIon ¬ I Imlnistratlon
ministration we want the most repre representative representaUye reprosentativo ¬
sentative and the best qualified to make makeit i iIt
it effective the opportunity being given giventhe giventhe r rtime
the man with the proven courage of his hisconvictions hisconvlctlonll hisconvictIons
convictions who never yet turned his hisback hisback hisback
back upon the approach appro of a public duty dutyand dutyand
and h too old to learn how now nowthat that man mania manis
ia exPresident Grover Cleveland whose whosepast r rpast
past record is a guarantee of wise and andpatriotic fi fipatriotic
patriotic action actionIf I
If the dinner was intended to be besides besidesa
a tribute and send off to Col MoClollan a aDemocratic m mDemocratic
Democratic love toast of national proper proportions ¬ f
dons It nerved its purpose Harmony Harmonywas
was so thick you couldnt cut it with a razor razorf
f Bourke Cockran as chairman of the thedinner thedinner
dinner committee was toastmaster At Athis Athint
his right sat the guest of honor At Mr MrCockronal MrCochrans
Cockronal loft was Mr Olney said to bo boregarded beregarded
regarded by Massachusetts Democrats as asPresidential t tPresidential
Presidential timber of first growth growthMr growthIir
Mr Olney might be said to represent representthe r rthe
the Cleveland wing of tho Democracy
Four scats to the east of him sat the Hon HonCharles HonCharles
Charles F Murphy leader of Tammany
Hall which in the days of the primacy of I IRielnard
Richard Croker didnt harmonize much muchwith muchwith
with Mr Cleveland ClevelandOver tr trOver
Over on Mr Olneys right and next door doorto doorto
to the Mayor sat the Hon David B Hill Hillwho 5 5who
who when ho camo to speak said the thoDemocrats
loveliest possible things about all kinds of
Democrats particularly about the great greatand greatanti
and silent loader of tine Democratic party
in time city of New York Incidentally i iMr
Mr Hill spoke right out in meeting to the theextent theextent
extent of serving notice on everybody
hereabouts that while Mr Murphy leads
Tammany Hall as he is leading it now nowtherell nowtherell
therell be no quarrels between the city cityfcevoral cityand
and MrHill and Iris friends up the State StateSeveral
Several seats over on Mr Hills right but butJustice btmtat
at time same table was Supreme Court CourtJustice
Justice D Cody Horrlck of Albany who whoonco whoonce
once didnt harmonize with Mr Hill as asmuch asmuch
much as he might In between thes these two twosat I Isat
sat Judge Donis OBrien of the Court of ofAppeals ofAppeals
Appeals Justice Charles H Van Brunt of ofthe ofthe
the Appellate Division of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court the Hon James M Guffy Democratic Democraticnational Democraticnational
national committeeman from from Penn PonnPennsylvania Pennsylvania
sylvania exGov Robert E Pattleon of ofI
Pennsylvania I and Representative David DavidA t tA
A Do Armond of Missouri MissouriOthers MissouriOthers
Others ut the head table were wereWilliam r rWlhiinunm
William F F Harrlty of Pennsylvania ox x xchainmm i ichintirmrtmm
chainmm of the thn Democratic
national com committee ¬ r s
mittee Norman li EMackDemoorationatiotmal Mack Democratic national nationalrommltteeman I Iooumtmnhtteenian
rommltteeman from New York John B
Stanclifleid of Elmira who once ran for forGovernor I IJovernor
Governor agianst Odell A J Mon MontiiBuo c
tiiBuo of Virginia AttorneyGeneral
John Cuuneen Charles A Towne Willlnm
A A flnetnn hasten flf of junussachnusette 1llcunnlt < lo 4ta < rnwn Comptroller llA llAOrout
Orout ExMayors Smith Ely Franklin
Kdson und Robert A Van Wyck Senator SenatorCon
Pnntriek ii 3icCarren John Fox Charlea V VFornes
Fornes Whhiiann 1 Connors an Br I P
Con Conmtvnq ConmtvnqThere way wayThere
There were two great absentees One Onewas Onewas
was Mr Cleveland The other was Judge JudgoAlton JudgeAlton
Alton B Parker It was expected that thatthese thattitent
these two would surely be at the dinner dinnerIt dinnerIt
It had been given out in fact that Mr MrCleveland MrCleveland
Cleveland had accepted A telegram to toTIIE toruin
ruin SUN from Princeton last night said saidthat I
that the exPresident had never accepted acceptedthe
the invitation Inquiry about this at the thedinner thedinner
dinner brought forth this statement statementMr
Mr Cleveland never formally accepted acceptedtho
limo committees invitation but the corn oommitteo cornmittee
mitteo understood that ho had sent a verbal verbalacceptance verbalacceptance
acceptance acceptanceMr A
Mr Cleveland sent this otter lottorMr otterMr
Mr Clevelands Letter LetterrmxcETOv LetterrnrxcavoN
rmxcETOv Dec 31 IMS i i7mr
The Him it lloitrkc Cockran Chairman
Mr UKAJI Sin iIt I very much regretfthat regretfthatvexatious regret that a I 1 1veiatlomii
vexatious indisposition prevents me from fromattending I Iattnnudlrng
attending DIM dinner tendered by time citizens citizensof I Ior
of Ktnv aw York to their newly elected Mayor
the Hon G Gmrge prtfo B McClellan As s a former formerresident formerrasndnnt
resident of the city still interested In afi all that thatpertains n
pertains to its welfare I would be pleased pleasedto
to participate in an event which wfil will gIve civsopportunity 1
opportunity for the expression of a well wellgrounded wellgrounded
grounded anticipation of the civic benefits benefitswhich ii iiwhich
which should result from the triumph of the theeW
hew eW lork ion Democracy p
While htltt the thm assumption of the duty Involved t
in the government of the greatest city of our ourcountry i 1
country creates grave responsIbilities thn i
impressive thought cannot ho nvnded that the thein I Irammer
in rammer inner in which th the Democracy of the city citysljidl I IsWill
sWill meal its municipal responsibilities responsibilitiesHill
Hill in a large degree determine the extent extentto Ii
to ti which our fellow countrymen in every everypart i ipart
part of the land will be willing to trust th thDemocracy the thethruocracy
Democracy of the nation In broader fields of ofgovernmental ofgovtrnmantril
governmental rule ruleThaw mu I
Thaw far beyond the limits of New York Yorkwlo YorkcI
wlo cI o home ihe IPn Ijunocratic party confidently
expert that tho methods of the new municipal municipaladministration muninlempalnndii
administration nndii iruistrit will be b o el ciemn nn und cdlcient cdlcientnnd I
arid Iu hili purple so manliest mnaul hi aCt in all thines thinesus I IIts
us to t Imprest the entire nnIr country with th thsecurity the theavetirity
security and pence jiromlficd by the national nationalsnpreinniy nationalanpremnnnnr
snpreinniy y of u safe nnd conservative Democ Democracy iemocracy ¬
racy Vour munru very truly
GlIOVLT ClKVjrLANB ClKVjrLANBThe V VTire
The erPresidcntrt communication was wasloudly wasloudly
loudly applauded but the greatest demon demonstration demonetrationi ¬
stration of thin evening followed the read reading readlog ¬
log of the follovliig telegram from Judge JudgeParker JudgeParker
Parker
I IJmmnire
mine Parkers Message MessaseIleaee Messagellnse
Ileaee extend rt tend my contrrntillation congrltt mninUonis to Mayor
MeClellun lfin < a of lic compliment you youunif youmn
unif mn nit In I nm paying ma yt II C him tonlnlit tou I rut nt nnd in nui nlao ii iso upon upontin uponitint
tin opimrtiinity tit I lninre m roine to him him of ofvivlriif ofoivlnuv
vivlriif to Sotv nmv Vork ork iia Rood If not tine ne best bestmItt t tndiiiiiiUtrntloii
ndiiiiiiUtrntloii mItt u thur Itt not our of its rrsr i t uovcrnuientnl uovcrnuientnliifiiilrH tJ vcrrnmentnr I Ia
iifiiilrH a thnt I ii S It hits hid Tiie Tin tnsk is not n umnll umnllono amnu ii iitine
ono for lhi I lVii rity ri t hn nflr < liren fortiinnte horn tnnmln te In hnvlnff hnvlnfftills havhnet
tills t I mint treat ofrke 05th filled with w it h many ut route imrl imrlinpililr nnmrrtnnpati
inpililr IIIPII who linvn itnit Klven lo tire lie trust triwtrtpo trusttm
rtpo i In tm tliem t their n hneI u best ires IntPlllBenee I ii til I cc re nnd nndhlitheijt a rid ridmi
hlitheijt mi lnsl Iliduvora rItlnI vors Hut I wlint t other Mnyow MnyowImvenonethniiiiirMityociiudo 1nuyrmrclrnmc
ImvenonethniiiiirMityociiudo lrnmc doris t Ira to nr hmyn en u In anddouhtlvu anddouhtlvuvlll amnd doniItls doniItlstuul
vlll io a for hU rrilille rm till n titlernnrvii ml t ernr nett Indleate intd term te thnt thntlie tier tierme
lie veil npr nnllnrucjtne > noiit < < thnt h serves his party partybest partytest
best who tnt l I St cnrvis the I h Hihli HihliI
I resret that It hifi provrl to lj be Imprnctl Imprnctlmills inrprr eti etirirlle
mills Ifir Hi1 mrn to o liiv Vt the I Ita IMIT In rn time tinni to join joinyon joInmen
yon ut the I ie dinner nnd pi O rtr T any roiiKniin roiiKniinlatloim rorrarnm a ato
latloim to thr ho Mayor itor nnd Miud numt to tlionir thuo ulio uliold t inn innt
ld the t tre DeiiiDifnti1 I i it mare ti forn t lo I a victory ttet ry in I n Novem Novembr eve rim rimbr
br my inicl ulnep1 sin filifiiitionK filifiiitionKviov
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of tire ho our of Apri nit r Ihu th fai faiThirr u uIt
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