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VOL VOLLXXLN0 141 NEW YORK TUESDAY JANUARY 19 1904cOlliQ 19O4copure t 104 1004 bl b The 81n Sun Prinlna Prinlinu and Publshing PubUehng Association PRICE TWO CENTS
Vt txt llemoerntlo Ilmalrnlo Convention Connnton Should Be Besillnii nr nralrl lieaflirHi
sillnii alrl Kansas IRn S City Ciy Declarations Ueelaratol and andName andanhI
Name 0 anhI III NI No I Candidates anlldlt IS Whoso lose Democracy DemocracyUlll
11 Ulll lie II I1 an Issue lSue In the Campaign CampaignNfuraskniM Cmplsn CmplsnStbraliln CanipalnNetFMIfllt4
NfuraskniM Stbraliln Greet the Old Od Lender IeaderLISCIS LeaderLiCOI LenderLINCOIS
LINCOIS LISCIS LiCOI Neb eb Jan 18 18W W J Bryan Bryanwas Bra Brawa y ywas
was royally rouly welcomed homo bor tonight at a abanquet abanll1ht abarIIlkt
banquet wa and anl rucoptlon I in his honor at tho thoMnriell thoJokl thoLlndtll
Mnriell Jokl Hotil lohl Eight hundred hundrd Democrats Democratsfrom Dmorats Dmoratsrrm DemocratBfrom
from rrm nil ni parts pars of tho State Including four fourGold rourGoll fourGod
Gold Goll Democrats DelocratB shook Mr Bryans Bryanshand Brransland Bryanshand
hand land James JIIP1 Manahan won wr wa toastmaster toostmasterand toatmaster toatmastersnd
and speeches peoh1 were made mdo by exAttorney exAttorneyGeneral exAt oxAttorneyCenera1 torey toreyCrneral
General Crneral Hmytlio W V D Oldham Odham G W WBerge V VForge
1 Forge re H It 1 IL Flaherty W H 1 Thompson Thompsonand
and exCongressman Congr8sman Shellbarger 8hellrgr All Allbreathed Al Allp Allbcathel
p breathed brathell defiance dcfanc to tho reorganizes reorganizesTho rorRlmlzer rorRlmlzerhe
The he keynote enole of Mr Bryans Brans speech spech was wasNo wasNo
No 0 surrender surTndr He le said in part partInstead par partInste1l
Instead IntMd of talking of concessions concesion and andcompromises anclcompromls andcompromises
compromises it is time lmo for honest and andaggressive andIggrrlilo andsggrrlvo
aggressive action We are confronted confrontedwith conrrontedIt confrontedwith
Iggrrlilo Rcton
with It a condition conditon that may my well wel alarm the thothoughtful thethoughtful thethoughtful
thoughtful and patriotic patriotc We find fnd corrup corruption corrp corrption corruption ¬
tion everywhere elerywhere Voters are bought at so somuch somuch somuch
much per head representatives rEpresentatlves in our city citygovernments citygoernmenU citygovernmentS
governments goernmenU pr are profiting proftng by their positions positionsand psionl psionlAnd
and even elen Federal officials ofcials aro selling lng their theirinfluence theirInfuenc theirinfluence
influence influenceWhat Infuenc influenceWhat
What Wlnt Is II the thl commercial cmerial spirit that thatputs tbatputs thatputs
puts a price on everything and re resolves r r1fs resolves ¬
solves 1fs every question queston Into Int Will Wi it pay payThis py pyThis payThis
This commercialism cmercialsm has h given popularity popularityto ppulrlty ppulrltyto
to that tht theory thery of government gvermont which permit permitthe prmit prmitthe permitthe
the granting grantng of privileges privlege to a favored favoredfow favor favoredfew
few and d defends derend the theory thor by an attempt attemptto atempt atemptto
to show that tht the money mony thus thu given directly directlyfinds dircty dirctyfd directlyfinds
finds fd its Is way indirectly Indirety back into Ito the pockets pocketsof pckets pcketsor
of tho taxpayers taxpayersWe txpayer taxpayers1We
We see I this tl theory teory in operation oprton on every everyside ever everyside
schedules BcliediflesIllus BcliediflesIllustrate illus illustrate
side Tho protective protectve tariff trf Bcheduelus Bcheduelustrte ¬
trate trte It itj our ou financial fnncial system sytem rests rst upon upn It Itthe Itthe itth
the th trusts trt hide themselves temelves behind bhind it It and nndimperialists andImplalt andImperialists I
imperialists Implalt are ar substituting substtutng this thi theory theor for forthe forthe forthe
the Constitution COlttuton It I is not strange strnge that thatmoney Uat Uatmoney thatmoney
money Is I used u to t carry cry elections electon If I a aparty apry aparty
party pry makes nke certain crtin classes clae rich rch by law lawwill lw lwwi lawwill
will wi it not naturally natuly turn to t these Uese classes classesfor clase classesfor
for contributions cntbuton during dug the te campaign campaignIf cmpign cmpignU
If Congress Congr adds add millions mlon of dollars dollr an annually annualy annually ¬
nually nualy to tariff tarl barons bron money magnates magnatesnnd mgDtO mgDtOand
and monopoly monoply It Is I natural ntura that tht Aldermen Aldermenshould Aderen Aderenshould Aldermenshould
should traffic In the te small s constitution cnttuton of a acity acty acity
city cty Council Counci and if I officials ofclnl high hgh and low lowuse lowus lowelse
use us the Government Goverent as 8 if it were wer a private privateasset privat privateaset
asset a et is it surprising surpriing that tht many mny Individuals Individualswho Individul
who are without official ofcia position polon yield to the thetemptation thetemptaton thetemptation
temptation temptaton to sell sel the only political pltcllnuenc influence influencethey Influencethey
I they have hve namely tho ballot ballotWhat blot blotnt ballotVhat
What nt is the te remedy There is but one oneremedy onoemedy oneremedy
remedy an appeal to tho moral sense sn of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country cuntq an awakening of publlo publo con confidence conlienc conscience ¬
science lienc And how can this appeal be mode modeXot mae maeSot madeNot
Sot by showing a 1 greater desire for the thespoils thespois thespoils
spois spoils of office ofc than for reforms but by byturning byturning byturning
turning a deaf dea ear to the contemptible cntomptblo cry cryof cy cyof cryof
of anything anyhing to t win and by announcing announcingan
an honest honlst and straightforward stralghtlorard position positionon posiion posiionon
on every publlo publo question If I we would wouldappeal wouldappeal wouldatpeal
appeal to sincere sincre men wo must mlst ourselves ourselvesl ourlves ourlvesr
r bi l sincere sincre and our or sincerity sincrIty can bo b shown shownofcly shown41y
ofcly c If by a willingness wiingl to suffer sufer defeat deleat rather ratheruan rther rtheran rathertan
tan an abandon the cause caus of good govern government government governtnent ¬
ment mentShall mentSh11 Shall Sh11 we e accept Imperialism Imperialsm as an ac accomplished nocomplished ¬ I
complished cmplshed fact ract in order to appease appeae those thosewho thos thosewho I Iho
who ho are willing wiing to Indorse Indor government governmentwithout goverment govermentwithout governmentwithout
without the consent cnsent of the governed governedThere govered goveredIher governedI
I There Iher can be b no thought of such a sur surrender surrpnder surrender ¬
render for who would trust rst us to t deal dealwith dealwith dealt
t with other questions It1etions If I we prove prve false to tothe tothe tothe
the fundamental principles prnclple of selfgov selfgovfrnment selrgoverment seltgovernment
frnment frnmentShall erment ermentShal ernmentShall
Shall Shal we change our position positon on the trust trustquestion trst trst1lon trustiucetion
question < 1lon in order to secure sere the support spport of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the trust tn t magnates maguat i Not for a moment momentcan
can an we v think of it I We want the trust trustmagnates trult trultr trustntgnates
magnates r gnls against us UF not notlor for us Their TheirppcBition Theirppcsilon TheirPPCstiOfl
< ppcBition ppcsilon la proof of our 011 partys fidelity fidelityI fdely fdelyI
I heir support supprt would wOlld cast cst suspicion upon upn us usShall usShal usShaii
Shall Shal we abandon our advocacy advoccy of bl bliiienllism blretnll bitntniiim
iiienllism retnll m in order to conciliate concilato those who whodefeated whoiefrte whodefeated
defeated iefrte the party In former campaigns campaignsXover cmpaigns cmpaignsXer campaignsNovr
Xover Some phase ph Me of the money ques question clUe ctuestion ¬
tion on is i always alwlY before bfore Congress CongreR Congressand and no one onean onean
an predict predict when whln the coinage cinge phase of tho thomoney thoioue theioney
money ioue question CueFlon will wi again become bcome acute acuteNo acuteo
No 0 reform rfforr of any kind would bo possible possiblewith poslblo poslblowilh possiblewith
with the tim money changer in control of the thoparty thepartr theparty
party partyShall partrShul partyShaIi
Shall Shul we Wl change our olr position pOFlton on the theuiriff thelar theiriff
uiriff lar questions qlstionl in order to win over Demo Democrats Demorh Demoerat ¬
crats rh who are enjoying tho benefits benfts of ofprotection orIrotpdlon of1rntetion
protection It I is il absurd abFurd to suggest it itfor Itfor ittor
for the same f1mO vicious principle princple runs through throughall thrugh thrughal
all al of the abuses ubls1 from which the people peoplesuffer peplo peploMIier peoplesufrer
suffer nnd so with wih the partys position positionen p81ton p81tonIn
en the labor labr question queston on tho election eleton of ofSenators ofHpr ofSnatorg
Senators Hpr or by tho people peplo on watered stock stockcontrol stockentrol
control 01101 of corporations corortons and on other issues issuesThe iSRuesThe issuesThe
The Kansas City platform platrorm was sound in inevery Inevery inevery
every plank and the thE first Irft act of tho next nextDemocratic nextDemocrtic nextDemocmtic
Democratic Democrtic convention should bo b to reaffirm reaffirmit rafrm rafrmIt
it in its is entirety ntrety and its next next act should
bo b the addition Rtlditiol of new planks In harmony harmonywith hrony hronywith
with it and Iml am covering such new questions as
queston 1
demand consideration considerationTho conslremton conslremtonT
Tho T convention enventon should choose choO candi ¬
dates who believe belevo in tho platform platror candi ¬
dates dt R whoso Democracy Dmoay will wi not be b an issue leue
In tho campaign and whoso whos fidelity fdoUty to
Democratic DpmoCalc principles princplcs will wi bo L doubted at
the election eltcion and then tho committee cnitte ahould ahouldannounce Ihouldannun ahouldannounce
announce annun that it will 1 neither neiher ask Ik nor re rewivo reCIC reCqvo
wivo CIC campaign cmpign contribution contrimton from those thosono thosewho thosewho
who no are Ao entrenched entrnche behind the bulwarks
hich hih wo are attacking Atacking
Then let us defend our position not
posilon upon uponwe upone
we the e low ground of dollars dollrs and ad cents
but by showing how Republican Rpublca policies policiesnokte polcle
io nokte te moral principles and invite Invie the
Punuhnwnt ulhmfnt that sooner or later overtakes overakee overakeewrongdors overtakesus
tte wrongdoers wrongdoersMl wrongdors wrongdorsbWl
Ml such a course coure insure Insur victory The
bWl beet ° wt 5t Te
that tlat our party can do Is to deserve deSrvo
Ifffyi f Ctry r and an appeal appal to the conscience conscienceMOSEVELT
tue e Amorcan American poplo people Is sur sure to concence Win ulti
uta Itelyand teyand e 8Ucces 8UccesROVELT 5uccessROosIVELT orore offers the bst best promse promise ollmro of Wn imnie ult
tolislppi 1llllPIII senate Senateflenoupeeg Denounces the President Presidentfor Ptldent PtldentJ
for or the Imllanola
Affair Affairjcxsotf
Inlianoll lalr lalrACK80
01hcxso J jcxsotf ACK80 Miss MII Jan 18Alcorn 18Alcor Glover GloverIndZ1 Oover Cloverti
ti f COhoma county introduced a re8lu resolu resoluin
n In in the State Senate
Stte today scoring scoringInst
IndZ1 1111deni Inst dent t IooHvelt Roosevelt ° ° S for M hll his action acton lornR ire the thec theCe > 8
Manoh anola i Post
Ce aola Office Ofco matter mater It I was wr ac aca actir
c Bfci tir by > a I decided deided majority majorityfacttwesi majorityti majorityrae
facttwesi facttwesilulloncalla rae t P r resolution oluton > lulloncalla cals calls a attenton attention ention to tho thoh
fil h ti that LIat ln Indlanola < anola is a town of several Ioeral Ioerali IoeralUnred severalLu
Unred Mrecl red inhabitants and that tho
i Lu Inhahltnntl post oflIco oflIcofapffi1
fapffi1 tac taca a neclttary < cp1Har > institution Intl tuton It I plt cites cies ollco ollcotac tho thoCox thoresl thereif
resl thldt at ionic I Cox the negro postmistress postmistressn
reif pstmlltrlf pstmlltrlfn
n Kn gard the oleo oflico two yeaII years ago and that thatI that thatI
I H1Cecssor UC UCCffOr CffOr hll iizis lien been appointed while
whie whieI
1gM 5
I Cox ox continues to drawthe draw the
I contnues drw salary salaryMnlrooney slary slaryp slarylulroonlY salaryUliIrooney
Mnlrooney lulroonlY Pallas rai lnhIassNceretary as Secretary SeeretarI Seeretarark
I 10Park p air ark Commissioner Pallas Pal118 has appointed appointedMr
Mr r fMlllr lh IIIToney ° ney his private secretary secretarytenant fcrtar secretarytrna
tenant tenant70rloywafl trn trna t ulroorey 70rloywafl wal was one ot Sheehanrt Sheehanl lieu lieunffiJf leu leuI lieulrtthfltl
lrtthfltl nffiJf nffiJftho t r tho Twentyaecond Twenty cond district but butfor butror butfor
I for Taa Tan aampalgn ampalgn ny ho was W8 an active acivo worker
Indianas Chief Cl Kxectitlve Rueutve AKain Tells Tels of ofHis otHis ofHia
His Roosevelt Interview InterviewINDIANAPOLIS InterviewINDIANAPLI9 InterviewiNDLNAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS INDIANAPLI9 Jan 18 18Go Gov Durbins Durbinsinterview DurbinIntervlow Durblninterview
interview with wih the President Prsidcnt in which ho hoinformed heInlored hoinformed
informed Inlored Mr 11 Roosevelt Roevelt that there ther was wasstrong W8 wasstrong
strong trng Hanna lanI sentiment Intment in this State State has hasbrought ha hasbrought
brought him to the front as the Hanna Hannaleader lanna lannalender liannaleader
leader and letters lotter are ar coming to him by byevery byever byevery
every ever mail mal urging him him to go to the he national nationalconvention naional naionalconventon nationalconvention
convention conventon as a a delegateatlarge and to use usehis usehis 10 10his
his influence inluenc to bring brng Senator Sntor Hanna HanI into intotho Intotho intothe
tho race rc for Cr President PresidentMany Pldent PldentMany PresidentMany
Many of tho letters leter indicate Indicat that the thewriters thewriter thewriters
writers writer have received receive an erroneous errneouslmpres errneouslmpresalon impres impresBion impresdon
Bion don of what occurred ocurre between btween the Presi President PlISI PlISIdent Preeldent ¬
dent and tho Governor GOlmll and tho latter laUr mado madoa mao maoa I
a statement today so to remvo
as a remove any anywrong anywong anyWrong
wrong wong impression impreion He denied donle telling telng Sena Senator Sna Snator Senator ¬
tor Scott Sctt that Hanna would announce announc his hiscandidacy hiscandidacy hiscandidacy
candidacy within three weeks and then thensaid thensaid thensaid
said saidThe
The President lrolcent asked aske me If there was waq a aHanna 1 ailanna
Hanna lanna sentiment entment in Indiana and after af or I Ihad Ihad Ihad
had assured aqure myself myelf that he wanted wante an anhonest anhontt anhonest
honest hontt expression expreion I told him 11m that there therewas theroa therewas
was a undoubtedly a strong Hanna feeling leelng
in this State and anybody anyby who heard tho thoburst thoburt theburst
burst burt of applause at the recent reent love feast feastin feMtil feastiii
in il this city cty when whel the name nae of tho distin distinguished distn distnguished ditiiiguished ¬
guished Ohio Senator was mentioned
WI mentone can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not in Indiana IndianaI doubt that Senator Hanna lanna is popular popularin ppular ppularin
I however told him that as far as I Icould Iculd Icould
could culd see se no organized organlZo attempt atompt was being beingmade bing bingmde beingmade
made mde to have the Republicans Rpublcns of Indiana Indianadeclare Indianadeclr Indianadeclare
declare declr for Hanna I also al told him that thattho thattho thatthe
tho Republican Hepublcan nominee nomine whoever ho might mightbe mightb
be b would carry cary Indiana President Roose Roosevelt Rose Roosevelt
velt olt replied repled that tht Mr Hanna lanna had a perfect perfectright prtect prtectright perfectright
right to announce himself llimelt for the Presi Presidency Presidency Presidency ¬
dency if i he wished > to There Tere is no use of ofanyone ofonyone ofany
anyone any one trying tring to deceive decive the President Presidentand Preldont Preldontand Presidentund
and he is not a man mn who wants to bo b de deceived decived deceived ¬
ceived ceivedWhen cived civedWhen ceivedWhen
When asked aked for his personal perona preference preferencens prererenc
ns between btwen the President and Mr Hanna Hannathe Hannathe
the Govprnor Govmor refused rrud to commit himself himselfbut hlmsot himselfbut
but he said sd he always alway questioned quetoned the policy policyof polcy polcyof
of trading trding horses after ater the race rac Is made mde up
There Tere is no lodger lot er any question queton in tho thominds theminds
minds of leading Republicans Hepublcns that the theGovernor theGovernor
Governor Goveror is for Hanna HanI and it is believed believedthat beleve believedthat
that tht he has hs insisted Insiste that the Ohio Senator Senatorenter SItor SItorenter Senatorenter
enter the race rac and has h8 pledged him tho thoIndiana thoIndiana theIndiana
Indiana delegation delegaton if he will wi be a candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date dateCOX dateCOX dateCON
Cincinnati aoclnnat Leader Ifder Wants to De a Delegate Delegateto
to the Chicago Convention ConventionCINCINNATI ConYoton ConYotonCINCINNATI ConventionCINcxseATI
CINCINNATI Jan 18 18George George JB B Cox Coxof Coxof Coxof
of this city cty the Republican Hepublcan leader today todaymade tocy tocymdo todaymade
made mdo known know to his friends that tht ho would wouldbo wouldb wouldbe
bo b a candidate cndidate for clelegateatlarge delegatoatlrge to tothe tothe tothe
the Republican Republcn national natonal convention conventionThis conventon conventonThi conventionThis
This Thi can mean men nothing else than that thathis thathi thathis
his hi candidacy cndidcy will wi bo b in opposition oppition to toSenator toSenator toSenator
Senator Foraker Forker It I will wi also alo bo b taken as asof r asof
of great significance signifcnce from the fact that thatCox tht thtCox thatCox
Cox is a veteran friend and lieutenant leutenant to toSenator toSnator toSenator
Senator Snator Hanna HannaEver HannaEyer HannaEver
Ever since einc this thl county cunty Hamilton Hamion rolled rolledup rolt roiledup
up a majority of 50000 50 for Herrick Herrickmore Herick Herickmor Herrickmore
more mor than onefourth onefourt of the total totl major majority mjorIty majority ¬
ity from tho eighty counties counte of the State Statethe Slte Sltethe Statethe
the friends rrlend of Mr 11 Cox here and efoewhero e1ewher sewhere
have hve been bn clamorous c1oruln in their congratula congratulations cngtul congratulatlons ¬
tions lon and good gd wishes WIBhe for the veteran veteranBoss veteranBoss etera
Boss Bss of the county cuty Hundreds Hundre of tele telegrams tele telegrams ¬
grams gam and letters letter rained rine in upon upn him fol following rollowing following ¬
lowing the election Ho has been
eleton h ben urged urgedpersistently urgd urgdperistenty urgedpersistently
persistently peristenty to come cme out for this particular particularhonor paricular paricularhonor particularhonor
honor honorMr honorMr
Mr 11 Cox wan WI ill 1 and unable to attend attendthe alend alendthe attendthe
the Inauguration at Columbus of Coy
Inaugurton Clumbus Gv Her Herrick Herrick Herrick ¬ I
rick but his close cos friends frends from here her who whoattended whoatende whoattended I
attended atende were wer besought from all al sides Iide to tourge t tourge I
urge Cox to allow alow his hil name to bo b used usedToday uted utedTody usedToday I
Today Tody in response reponse to these th solicitations solicitationshe 10lcialoDs 10lcialoDshe I
he announced announce that tht he would be b a candi candidate cndi cndidat candidate ¬ I
date dat for one of the four dolegatesatlargo dolegatesatlargoMARYLANDS delegateatIargo1ARrLA delegatesatlargoMARYLANDS i
MARYLANDS 1ARrLA D SENATE FIGHT FIGHTDemocratic FI FIGilTDeinooratle lT lTDfmocrate
Democratic Dfmocrate Canons Cauln Adjourns Wltliont WltliontChoice Wihout a atolernRerS aCheleellsyners
Choice tolernRerS Cheleellsyners Kayners Chances tan ts Good GoodANNAPOLIS GoodANeAPoLas JoodANNAPOLIBld
ANNAPOLIS ANNAPOLIBld Md Jan 18 lBTho Tho first frst direct directengagement directengagement directengagement
engagement df the bitter biter fight fght which is isnow Isnow isnow
now going on in Maryland Iarlnd for the seat Bat in intho Intho inthe
tho United States Senate Snte now occupied occupiedby
by Louis Luis E McComas McCmas wa was fought tonight tonightIn tonght tonghtin
In tho Democratic Democratc caucus cncus and resulted resultedencouragingly rosultd rosultdencuragingly resultedencouragingly
encouragingly encuragingly for the te supporters lupportrs of Isidor IsidorRayner Isldorynor Isidorflayner
Rayner ynor who has been ben making a brilliant brilliantcampaign briiant briiantcmpign brilliantcampaign
campaign cmpign against the State Stte leaders leadersRayner leadersRyner leadersRayner
Rayner Ryner developed such strength strngh that the themanagers themanager themanagers
managers abandoned exGov John Walter WalterSmith Waler WalerSmith WalterSmith
Smith and took up Bernard Brnrd Carter Carer a well wellknown wellknown vei
known railroad rairoad attorney atoroy of Baltimore BaltimoreSmith Blmore BlmoreSmith BaltimoreSmith
Smith however refuses rruss to leave tho light lightand fght fghtsnd fightand
and his friends rrlend and those thos of Rayner united unitedcaucus unitedtonlght unitedtonight
tonight to ad adjourn Jour the caucus cucus without withoutfor withouttaking withouttaking
taking any action As the blotng balloting for forJto lorSentor forSenator
Sentor Senator bJins begins tomorov tomorrow this wi will hare hnvotho harethe
the effect of forcing an open vote Jto a ncoup ncouplor acoupfor > coup coupfor
for contended contendedTho which tho Rayncr yner people pople have al al along alongcontended alongcontended alongcontended
The result tonight showed that tho thoState thoStte theState
State Stte leaders have deliberately delberatel shelved shelvedSmith shelve shelvedSmith
Smith but that Smith Smih has ha refused refus to t retire retireand rotre rotreand retireand
and the managers are helpless to elect electCarter elet eletCarter electCarter
Carter Upon the veto for the adjourn adjournment adJour adjournmont ¬
ment before bror the secret Bret caucus caucs had fixed fixedupon fxed fxedupon fixedupon
upon a nominee for whom to t vote tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row tho Smith and Rayner Ryer forces lined lned up uptogether uptogothor uptogether
together and carried the motion moton by a vote voteof votoof voteof
of 53 3 to 35 It I is il the belief blier of tho Rayner Raynerpeople Raynerpeople Raynerpeople
people that he will wi be b much stronger in an anopen anopon anoDors
open vote than in any nn other as a a number numberof
of o the members will wi not dare to oppose opposethe opposethe
the will wi of their constituents cnsttuents which Is Isvery I isvery
very strong Itrong for him himCarter himCrter himCarter
er Carter was able however howeverl through tho thohelp thohelp thehelp
help Crter of tho Wi leaders leader to break Into nto the Balti Baltimore Dalt flaltimore ¬
more city ctydelegationwhiCh delegation which was wa planned plnned togo togofor togolor togofor
for Rayner eight of the twentyone voting votingagainst votnR votnRapalnst votingagainst
against Rayer adjournment adjourmont They may my not refuse refuseto rruse rruseto
apalnst to support lupport Rayner Rynor on tomorrow s ballot ballotwas balot balotI ballotIt
It is the goneral feelng feeling that the leaders leadersmado loadersmade
I made i a mistake In shelving Smih Smith and that thatth6 thatthe
the only chance to have defeate defeated Ryr Ryrwas flayner flaynerwas
was to have lave given Smith consistent support supportJIECKHAM supportBEOKIAl supportISECKIIAJI
The Tle Governor Ooveror Will I Not Try Ty to Succeed SucceedIllackliurn SucceedBlackburn SucceedBlackburn
Blackburn an al Senator SenatorFnANKFOBT SenatorFRANKFORT SenatorFRANKFORT
FRANKFORT FRANKFORT Ky Jan 18 18In In a letter letteraddressed lettoradresse letteraddressed
addressed adresse to t tho Hon Ell El Brown Brwn Speaker Speakerof
of the House of Representatives Representatvee which whichtho whichtho whichthe
tho Speaker read rea to tho Assembly shortly shortlyafter ehorty ehortyArtr shortlyafter
after Artr noon today Gov Beckhum BokuAm replied repliedin reple
in vigorous vgorous fashion 18hlon to what he terms tho thounwarranted thowunwarrante theunwarranted
wunwarrante unwarranted and vicious vicous attack attk made madeupon madeupon madeupon
upon him and the other members mebe of the theStato thaState
Stato Administration Aministraton by Senators Camp Campbell Campbel Campbell ¬
bell bel Cantrill Cantrl of Scott Sott county In a speech speechIn I
In the Senate a few days ago ngoThe agoTe agoThe
The Governor Goveror denounced as a untrue untruemany untruomany untruemany
many Te of tho thostatenienta statements ftatement made mlin by Senator SenatorCantrill Sntor SntorCant SenatorCantrill
Cantrill Cant tho chief denial being that ho is isBucking I Iseoklng iscooking
Bucking rl to build buid up on legislative leglslatvo measure measuren lelUrl
n machine to insure his election electon to the United UnitedStates UnitedState EJnitoiStates
States State Senate The Governor Goveror declared declaredthat delared delaredthat declaredthat
has not been and will notle
that ho is not ha wi not notbo
bo two years yer hence a candidate to succeed succeedSenator eucceedSenator succeedSenator
Senator Blackburn lackbur in the tl Senate Sente but that thathe thatho thatho
ho will wi serve sere out to tho last Int day death deth not notIntervening notintervening notIntervening
Intervening his hi term ter as Governor Goveror to which whichowes whichthe whichthe
the peple peoplo elece elected him M he lee feels s that he heOW0 heowes
owes OW0 it to them not to stop aside aide from fromthat fromtht fromthat
that tht duty dutyAUTOMOIUII dutyAUOJOOUE dutyAVTOXOWIn
Quickest Oulck t Home loute via Pa Pa B II n and Southern Sulber fly ItyDaily ly lylalyarlce flyDaily
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PARKER PAn l STOOD STOOl IN 1896 1S96Some 1896Some 1896Some
Some Bryan Bryn Votes otes for Roosevelt ir irCleveland I ItCleyciand
Cleveland Clevland Is Nominated Thinks Tinks Na National Natonal NatlonaI ¬
tional tonal Committeeman Commiteeman Ryan RnRoosevelt RnRooseveltler RyanRooseveltItears nooscvclt nooscvcltHears
Hears ler of IHngero BnStrl for Chicago ChicagoWilliam ChlcasoWilam ChlcaloWilliam
William Wilam J Bryan is to bo b In New York Yorkcity Yorkcty Yorkcity
city cty on Friday Iidy to attend atend the annual dinner dinnerof dinnr
of the Holland Holand Society Sciety Judge Judg Parker Prker also alsois alsoIs alsois
is to be a guest guest of the society soiety on the same sameevening sameevening
evening Some Democratic Dmocratc politicians pltcans said saidyesterday eld eldyestlrday saidyesterday
yesterday yestlrday that Mr Bryan would investigate investigatethe Investigte Investigtethe
the report rpr that Judge Judg Parker opposed oppsd him himin himin himin
in 1890 Some Sme of Mr Bryans friends Irllnds said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that they believed beleve that Judge Judg Parker Prker had hadopposed hadoPp8o hadopposed
opposed oPp8o Bryan in 1800 180 and had voted te for forPalmer lorPalmer forPalmer
Palmer and Buckner BucknerThey Byvknor ByvknorThey
They also als Bykner ByknerThoy said sid that Judge Parker was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the owner or part owner of a Democratic Democraticnewspaper Dmocratc Dmocratcnespaper Democraticnewspaper
newspaper published publshed at Kingston N Y Ywhich Ywhich Ywhich
which opposed opposd Bryan Bran in the same Bae cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign Those Thes friends of Mr 11 Bryan went wenton wenton wenton
on to say sy that letters were wer in existence existencewhich existenc existencewhich
which went to prove that Judge Parker Parkerhad Parkerhad Parkerhad
had not voted for Bryan Bran and that all al these thesematters thes thesematters
matters mater are to bo b made publlo publc before bloro the themooting themeotng themeeting
mooting meotng of tho Democratic national com committee commitee cornuiiittee ¬
mittee mitteeIt mitee miteeI
It I has h8 been known for some time tme that thatBryans thatBrans thatBryans
Bryans Brans friends frenc were wer making investiga investigation Invlstpa investlgation ¬
tion ton of Judge Parker Paker Supporters Supporers of Judge JudgeParker Jldgo JldgoParker JudgeParker
Parker snid last lat night that Bryan Brnn had hadalways hadalway hadalways
always alway been ben a stickler slcler for regularity 1gulnriy In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Democratic Democratc party and yet had him himself hi himself ¬
self sel bolted in 1 1891 and 1885 18 from frm the sound soundmoney soundmOMY soundmoney
money platform pia Uor adopted by the Demo Democratic Dme Dmecrn Democratie ¬
cratic crn tic national convention conventon at Chicago Cicago in
1802 Then Judge Parkers friends
1812 Irlend pro produced produced ¬ I
duced the following tolowlng letter which he wrote wrotein wrte wrteIn
in 1897 when he was wa a I candidate for Chief ChiefJudge Cief CiefJUdge ChiefJudge
Judge of tho Court Cout of Appeals and Bryans Brvansfriends BryansIrilds Bryansfriends
friends threatened threalmcd to knife him in the State Stateof Statoof Stateof
of New York YorkTo YorkTo YorkTo
To Me lion IonlWiol Elliot Dan Danforlh forth Chairman State StateDemocratic Saelcnlcralil StaleIcnocraie
Democratic lcnlcralil Committee CommitteeMY COIWc Corns tIter tIterMY
MY y lEAR IEN DAXVOIITII DxtonTn It I was aR entirely entrely rlcht rlchtfor rl rlvhtfor h
for you to bring brlnl to my attention attmton the th question questionwhich QUlston QUlstonwhich questionwhieli
which the sincere Illcre friends of Mr lr Bryan are arepressing areltR arepressing
pressing ltR lnl upon In you I Icon can nay flY to you YOI frankly franklynnd franklyInd
nnd Ind sincerely that you can assure IIsure them them that thatI
I voted for the t he last national natonal nominees of the thoDemocratic theDemoerato theDemocratic
Democratic Demoerato part party as lS I liars voted for all ni of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the insular Tllar Democratic Democratc nominees s since sinc I had hada
a vote Yours Your very truly trlly
Judge Parker does not say sy in his letter letterwhether leler lelerwhether letterwhether
whether or not not he approved approv of the Chicago Chicagoplatform Chicagoplatform Chicagoplatform
platform of 1800 1800Any 1896Any 1806Any
Any amount of national ntonal political poltcal gossip
is heard in New York city nowadays nowaAYs For Forthe Forthe Forthe
the Democrats Demorats yesterday yestoray T E Ryan RyanDemocratic HyanDemortc RyanDemocratic
Democratic Demortc national committeeman comitemn for forWisconsin rorWloln forWisconsin
Wisconsin Wloln did most of the talking talklngt at the theHoffman theHolma theHoffman
Hoffman Holma House oU With him were wer Norman NormanE I
E Mack Democratic Demomtc national natonal committee committeeman commite
man for New York and James M 11 Head Headnational Hea Headnational
national natonal committeeman commiteeman for Tennessee TennesseeJames Tennese TennesseeJames
James Jlmes H I Eckels Ekel of Chicago who was waslands wasComptroller a
Comptroller or the Crrency Currency In Cleve Cleveld Cleveland
lands Comrtroler ld land s last Administration Admnstraton also was wa In the thecity thecity thecity
city Mr Fkels said lald that the former formerPresident lorer lorerPrsident formerPresident
President Prsident was wa easily elly the strongest candi candidate candidate eandidate ¬
date for the Democratic Dmoratc party to nomi nominate nominate nomlnato ¬
nate and would have the support lupprt of the thoDemocrats theDmorats theDemocrats
Democrats Dmorats of Illinois IllinoisMr Ilnois IlnoisMr IllinoisMr
Mr Ryan said saidThe sid sidThe saidTlie
The sentiment anUment in Wisconsin Wiconsin Is not yet yetcrystallized ye yetcrystallized
crystallized crytalzed about abut any candidate candldto but butJudge butJudge butJudge
Judge Parker of New any York has a 0 good goodmany goodmny goodmany
many mny friends and appears to be lJ in jie jielead ffie ffielead e elead
lead Cleveland has h8 appur many admlrersMpd admlrersMpdbut admlrl admirersdvdbut cll I >
but bu the third thir term Idea Is I Is dlstastefaPvb dlstastefaPvbsome dltaet dltaetsom distastefs1nsome
some som and they believe blive that tbt the cry c against againstIt agint agintit
It would weaken Mr Clevelands Cevlands chances chancesIf chancesIf
If I Mr Cleveland Cleyolnd should be b nominated nominatedby nominte canc
by the Democratic Democmtc party prty It Is not improbable improbablethat Imprbble Imprbblethat
that n apart part of tho Bryan element would vote votefor votefor votefor
for Itooaovolt Roosevelt Roevelt Bryn is i at the head headof hed headof
of the radical wing of the Republican Rpublcn party partyand partyand
and in a measure mCur ho stands stnds for many of pry the thoideas theideas
ideas of tho Bryan Bran element While Whie Mr MrClevelands MrClevelands MrClevelands
Clevelands friends frend in Wisconsin Wilcnsin would wouldprefer wouldprefer
prefer rerer him to any other candidate cndidate they
do 0 not regard his nomination nominaton an al practical practicalor practcl
or probable probableFrom prolble
From frm what wht I heard in Washington Wlhlnjton I Ibelieve Ibelieve
believe that the sentiment Hntlcnt of the te South Southwill Southwill
will wi be solid 80ld for Gorman Gorn Concerning Conomlng the thomoney themoney themoney
money plank plnk in the th Democratic Dmortc platform platformI pltorm pltormJ
I believe beleve that It will wi be b a declaration declaraton In Infavor Infavor Infavor
favor of international interatonal bimetallism bhnetlsm with without without without ¬
out any mention of ratio It seems sem to bo bogenerally bogenemly hogenerally
generally genemly understood un ortoo that wo will wi go no nofurther nolurther nofurther
further than that On the Republican Republcn side sidethe sidethe aidethe
the sentiment Rntment of Wisconsin WL cni is iunqueslon iunqueslonablv unquestlon unquestlonablv unquestlonably I
ablv for Roosevelt HOovel and the Republican Hepublcn dele delegation dologat10n dolegatlon ¬
gation from tho State will wi undoubtedly be besolid liesold beSOlil
solid sold for him
Republican l plblcan political policl gossip olp told of a avisitor avisior avisitor
visitor visior to President lrtldent Roosevelt Hooselt who turned turnedup turnedup turnedup
up in town last lt night and said sid that the thePresident thePlldent thePresident
President Plldent was wa greatly greaty worried worrie over a report reportwhich reprt reprtwhic reportwhich
which whic had reached reahe him from lrm Albany Alblny to t the theeffect theefect dieeffect
effect efect that Republicans Ucplllcal close coe to Gov Odfll Odfllintended 01 Odeliintended
intended to elect in their Congress CongrC dis districtfl dlstrlcU districts
trictfl trlcU what are known ns ringers rlngerl that thatis thatis thatis
is delegates delegat 1 who will wi pose as a Roosevelt Rooseveltmen Uoost1lt Uoost1ltlen
men len but who are opposed oppS1 pse to tho Presidents Presidentsnomination PCidents PCidentsnominaton Presidentsnom6ation
nomination nominaton nom6ation and who will wi not vote for lo him himIn hil hunin 1
In the convention conventionPresident conventionPresident 1
President P sldent cnventon cnventonP Roosevelt ROOovclt it was wa said lald is L greatly greatlyfretted greatlyfretted Taty TatyIretcd
fretted Iretcd over this report and Ind also a report reportto j
to the effect etect that some Republicans in inNow inNow inNew
Now York Stato would like lUt to nominate nominateEllhu nominateEihu nominateElihu
Ellhu Eihu Root for President Prffidtnt Mr 11 Root re retires 10 10t1 rotires ¬
tires t1 from President Roosevelts Roovelts Cabinet Cabinetas
as 1 Secretary Seretary of War on Feb 1 1Those 1Thos 1Those
Those Thos who heard head the Root Rot report reprt Raid fld that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the President should Ihould not be b worried worrie over overit ove overit
it inasmuch Iulunuch aa a Secretary Sretary Root Rot retired retr in inorder inorder inorder
order to resume reFume tho practice prctlco of his profes profession prorC profession ¬
sion 51 on and and had ha also alo declined deHned the Presidents Presidentsoffer Prosldentsofer Presidentsoffer
offer ofer to tomake make mae him chairman charan of the Republican Republicannational Rpublcan Rpublcannatonal Republicannational
national natonal committee also alo that it was W8 con contrary contrary contrary ¬
trary to national natonal political poltca ethics etic to t drop dropone drp drpone dropone
one New York man Roosevelt Hoovelt and take tae up upanother upanother upanother
another New York man mn Root Such a aprogramme aprogrmme aprogramme
programme progrmme it wan W stated stted would create createa
a schism shism In the party paty which would surely I
lose It the State StateYet StatoYet StateYet
Yet it was W recalled realed that in 1802 Levi Lvi P PMorton PMoron PMorton
Morton Moron was set st aside for renomlnatlon renomlnatlonas rcnomlnaton rcnomlnatonVicePrelident
as VicePresident VicePrelident and another Now York Yorkman Yorkman Yorkman
man Whitelaw Whiclw Reid Rid substituted substuted notwith notwithstanding notwlth8tandlng notwithstanding ¬
standing that Morton was a regularly regularlyelected reglrly reglrlyeleted regularlyelected
elected eleted VicePresident VicPrsident and serving as a such suchwhereas fchwhereas suchwhereas
whereas Mr Roosevelt Rosevelt was elected elete Vice VicePresident Vic VicePresident
Presldlnt President and came cmo to tho Presidential Presidentialchair Presidentil Presidentilchair Presidentialchair
chair through thrugh the death of Mr McKInley Mcinley
Eminent Emnent Republicans Rpblcans connected connete with wih the thenational thenational I Inational
national committee commte received roelve letters leterl from fromtheir Iromtheir fromtheir
their friends In tho Western Weftor States yester yesterday yster ysterday yesterday ¬
day that thlt the Roosevelt sentiment sentment which whichwas whicha whichwas
was a strong six months ago Is I now on the theItRlDGE thewane thewane
wane waneBIIGE waneBRIDGE
Plans Ordered for the th Biggest Bssest Span Hpn In Inthe Inthe inthe
the World WorldSIDNEY WorldSYDNEY WorldSYDNEy
SYDNEY 0 B Jan 18 18The The announce announcement announc announcernent ¬
ment is Imado made that a well wel known engineer engineering engineerLag ¬
ing firm frm of Kansas Kns City has ha been bcn commis commissioned commisstoned ¬
stoned slone to prepare prepre plans plan for a mammoth mammothbridge mmoth mmothbridge mammothbridge
bridge across acoss the Strait of Canso Tho bridge bridgewill brdg bridgewill
will wi be of cantilever cantever type tye and the main min span spanwill spanwill
will wl be tho longest longct In tho world a length lengh of
1800 18 feet let feeL 100 10 feet mure than that tht of the theFirth theFirth theFirth
Firth of Forth Forh Bridge Brdge which holds hold the pros present prc proseat ¬
ent record The bridge will wi be b 150 IrO feet let above abovehigh abovehigh above111gb
high water waterso so that tho largest largt ships Ihp can go goCapo goundereath gounderneath
undereath underneath with perfect prlet erety safety and wi will willcross
crosl cross the 8trlt strait btween between HMtng Hastinga and andCapo andCape
Capo Porcupine PorcupineThis
This hls will wi necessitate necSltate a a change In the theIntercolonial theInterclonial theIntorcolonial
Intercolonial Interclonial terminals terinls and will wl shorten shortentho shortontho shortenthe
tho distance distac between betwcn Truro Truo and Sydney Sydey Sydne Sydneby
by doing away with tho train trin ferry lery which whichIn whichIn whic whicIn
In severe evere winter weather finds fnds great geat dif difficulty dilfouly diffaulty ¬
faulty fouly In docking doking on tho Capo Cap Breton side sidefour sidefour si do dofour
four or five fvo hours hour being bing frequently lrquenty con conumcd cn cnumed consumod
umcd In that way waySPEND wayIPE waySPEND
at Plnchurst In hut Reached nea be by Southern Solhern Railway RailwayKull 11Iwa 11Iwatul HallwayFull
Full tul Information Scorn tom Southern l0ulhem Hallway alw3Y nlDcei mc
271 21 and MM IS Hrnadwny Imldwl or ttom S 1 II Hardwlck liardwlcktf
HarwIck HarwIcka
a p A Wublllgo Waabinhluu U i OIa PAJs rlm 1
Report That Tat Recall Recls an O Oel OdelL < l ll Visit and andlie andtle andthe
tle the lie Lease Lao of Pier pterGov 94 94Gov 240ev
Gov Odell Odel it was 8 announced annouqce announced yesterday yesterdayby
by his friends Irends is to appoint exDock exDck Com Commissioner Cm Cmmsioner Cornmissioner ¬
msioner missioner 1aDougai MacDougall Hawkes to be b one oneo oneof oneof
o of the th five fve expert engineers enginer to take up the thepreliminary thoprelmnary thepreliminary
preliminary prelmnary work on the Erie Canal Caal called calledfor cale calledfor
for by tho referendum referndum which demands demandsan
an expenditure expenitur of 101000000 10100 for the canal canalMr canalMr canalMr
Mr Hnwkess Hwkess friends declined delne to affirm afrm or ordeny ordeny r rdeny
deny the report reportLast rport rportLt reportLast
Last Lt spring a scandal sandal was wa created crate in inNow inNew InNew
New York city by a visit viit of Coy Odell Oel to toDock toDok toDock
Dock Dok Commissioner Cmmsioner Hawkes lawkes and an the sub subsequent subsquent subsequent ¬
sequent squent leasing leag of Pier 24 2 North River Riverto Rver Rverto
to the Central C ntra Hudson Steamboat Steambt Com Company Cm Cmpany om ompany ¬
pany of which Gov Odell Odolls is treasurer treaurr and andhis andhis andhis
his father is president preldent Tho pier is one oneof oneoHhe oneofthe
of oHhe the citys most desirable pieces of river riverfront riverfront riverfront ¬
front property proprty and Gov Wells Oels company companyafter companyafter companyafter
after his visit viit to Hawkes Hwkes secured 8eure tho lease leasefor le8e le8eror leasefor
for twentysix years yeaa at a rental described describedas desribd desribda
as a ridiculously riiculously low in comparison compain with wih the therents thernts therents
rents rnts which other companies companie are a paying payingfor pying pyingror payingfor
for wharf rights in that tba vicinity There Therewere Thorewero Therewero
wero higher bids for Pier 24 2 than tha that of offered ofrere offered ¬
fered rere by Gov Odells Oels company compay but Com Commissioner CommJioner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner mJioner Hawkes HawkEs went to Albany and had hada ha
a conference conrernc with wih Gov Odell Odel and the Coy Governors Go Goernors Coyernors ¬
ernors company compny won oven though its itsbid iF itsbid
bid was wa only SUO 31000 a year yearHEATH yearIETl yearIILATlI
HEATH IETl NOW 0 FOR Ol TAFT TAFTIlannas TUTnannas T4FTIlannas
Ilannas Friend Fiend Starts a Boom 100m for Coming ComingWar CominsVal CoiningWar
War Val Secretary Sfeetar for President PresidentSALT le ProeldentSAIr ldfnt ldfntSAIT
SALT LAKE Utah Uah Jan 18 ISPor 18Perry Porry s sHeaths SHeahs SHeaths
Heaths Heahs paper p paver r the Telegram is out 01 in an aneditorial aneditorial aneditorial
editorial boom bom for Judge William Wiiam H Taft Taftfor Taftlor Taftfor
for the Presidency Prosldlncy Tho Telegram Tel ram says saysTho Iye IyeThe saysThe
The homecoming homecmig of William Wiiam H Taft Taftjust Taftjut Taftjust
just jut judge able statesman 6tatesmn splendid Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can promises prml8 to bo b the signal for an out outburst outburt outburst ¬
burst burt of enthusiasm on the part pr of friends friendsand rrlendl friendsand
and admirers admlrr that will wi not cool col till ti he shall shallhave shU shUhve shallhave
have hve been ben rewarded rwarded with the highest hlRhB office officewithin omc officewithin
within tho gift of a grateful country countr Al Already Already ¬
ready the t he Orient Orent is i aglow with praise prs for forhtm lorhim forhim
him His Is journey homeward homowar is I marked markedwith markedwith markedwith
with the same sm manifestations IlnUestaton of worshipful worshipfulregard worhlprul worhlprulrgard worshipfulregard
regard rgard that characterized chamcored Grants Grnts reception receptionIn rcptol
In the Far East If 1 it shall ehal so 8 transpire transpirethat trneplre transpirethat
that tht the illustrious iutrou Ohioan 01ioan than thn whom as asMr asMr asMr
Mr Roosevelt RoSelt declared declard at Fargo last l t April Aprilthere Apri Aprilthere
there is I not in this nation a higher highr type ty of ofpublic ofpubli ofpublic
public publi servant srant shall ehl come before bror tho Re Republican R Republican ¬
publican publc national nionl convention conventon at Chicago Chicagothere Chicagothere Chicagothere
there will wi bo b but one voice olc of praise prise for his hisworth hisworh hisworth
worth worh Will Wi he bo b able to disprove dlpro Blames Elainesmaxim Blines Blinesmaxi Blamesmaxim
maxim maxi and prevent prvent himself himsel being big a I candi candidate candidte candidate ¬
date dte for President PresidentnEItTil PrsidenU PrsidenUBERTI PresidentIIERTII
Democrat Dlmolrat who 10 Leads reat a Band When Presi President lfl lfldent Prealdent ¬
dent Arrives Arrhls at Oyster liar liarSecretary Da Daretar RaySecretary
Secretary retar Shaw has ha appointed Maurice MauriceE Mauric
E Townsend Townsnd Democratic Democrato leader leaor of Oyster OysterBay OYltr OYltrBy OysterBay
Bay By to be b a special spca Treasury Teury agent Mr MrTownsends 11 MrTownsends i iTownends
Townsends Townends brother Is Col Cl Robert Rbrt Town Townsend Townsnd Townsend
send snd an a Assistant Aitnt District Distict Attorney Attorey for forNow forNew forNew
New York city Maurice Maurc Townsend Townnd is I well wellknown wel wellknown
known in Oyster Oystr Bay By as a a leader of one of ofthe ofthe I
the te bonds bds that tht always aways greet President PresidentRoosevelt Psidnt PresidentRoosevelt i
Roosevelt Roseyelt on his visits viit to Oyster Oystr Bay Dy and andon andon I Ion
on a number numbr of occasions ocalon there have hve been beenclashes bn bnclahes beenclashes
clashes clahes between btwen Townsends Townends band and his hisfollowers hist hisfollowersand
followers t followersand lowersdad and the tle Republican Rpu IJ ns headed oadlr by
4 Biklted dted t States Stlte District D trlct Attorney AUry1o Toungs Toungsand Iouhgsand
and ad their tei bonds bad Anyway Anyay Maurice Mauric Town TownBend Townfnd Townsend
Bend fnd now has ha a comfortable comfortale berth brh in the theTreasury theTea thelreasury
Treasury Tea Department DepartmentatORE Depatmnt DepatmntllllE DepartmentMORE
MORE llllE ODELL OD L MEN EN IN THE TIE CLUB CLVRItepnblleans CU CURfpnbllni CLUBIlepublleana
Itepnblleans Rfpnbllni Elect Large Iase Number Nnmbr of Non NonResldent NonRrldent NonResIdent
ResIdent Rrldent Members MembersAt Uenlbfls UenlbflsAt
At tho annual meeting meetng last 11t night of the theRepublican theRepublcan theRepublican
Republican Republcan Club Cub these the officers ofcr were wer elected electedPresident electedPresident electedPresident
President Louis Stem
vicepresidents vicepresidentsRobert vicepresidentsRobert Icprefldents IcprefldentsUobrt
Robert Uobrt N Kenyon Frank Tilford Tiord and andGeorge andGerge andGeorge
George Gerge II 1 Sargent Srget recording rerding secretary secretaryDonald secretar secretaryDonald
Donald Donad McLean McLan corresponding crepnding secretary secretaryHenry sertry sertryHenry secretaryHenry
Henry BIrrell Blrrl treasurer treuror J Edward Ewar Leay Leaycraft Leaycrft Leaycraft
crft craft Committee Comtte members membr also alo were wereelected wereeecte wereelected
elected Among those elected resident residentmembers residentmember residentmembers
members member eecte were wer Capt F 1 Norton Goddard GoddardDavid GoddardDavid GoddardDavid
David B Henderson Hendern Gen Edward A AMoAlpln AMoAipin i
MoAlpln Dr Wendell Wendol C Phillips PhlipR and Cor Cornelius Cornelu8 Cornelius ¬
nelu8 nelius Vanderbilt Vanderbi An unusually unu8ualy largo largonumber largenumber
number of applications applctons for nonresident nonresidentmemberships lonrefident lonrefidentmemberlhlpl nonresidentmemberships
memberships memberlhlpl was wa acted acte upon A large largepercentage largepercentgo largepercentage
percentage percentgo of if these names were those thosE of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men known knwn to t bo b friendly rrlomly to Cloy Odell OdellIncluded Odel OdellIncluded
Included among tho new nonresident nonresidentmembers nonrcsldentmembr nonresicientmembers
members membr are amonj Edward Edwad Lyman Iyn Hill ll Super Superintendent SuperIntondent Superintondent ¬
intendent Intondent of Public Publo Works Charles Chalo S Boyd Boydof
of Albany Assemblyman Assmblymn Louis 1mls Boded Deel of ofGoshen ofoshen ofloslien
< Goshen Cornelius Crelus V Collins Clns Superintendent Superintendentof Superntendent
of State Prisons Prlsls Charles S Francis Frnei of Troy TroyState TroyStatE TroyState
State StatE Historian Istorlan Hugh Hastings Hastngs William WilliamJ Wilam WilamJ
J Mime Mine president prsldlnt of the Stats Stt Normal NormalCollege NormalColegc NormalCollege
College Colegc Norton P Otis Otl of Yonkers Yonker State Statenglner StateEngineer
Engineer nglner Edwar Edward A Bond Gen Roy Stone StoneCngre8man StoneC
Cngressman Cngre8man C ngresrnan Gervfga Geoge A Southwick and andCounty andCounty
County County Clerk Leslie eslo Sutherland of C Went WeRtchester Westchester
chester county countyMMANVS cunty cuntyUNlS countyM8IANUS
Snow Bemoval Removl Superintendent Snperlntlndtnt Locked LockedUp Loekt LockedUp
Up for the Punch He le Care CareEdward GanEwr GaveEdward
Edward Ewr McManus McManus tho East Est Side super superintendent euperIntendent superintendent ¬
intendent of snow removal rmoval for Contractor ContractorWilliam Cntrcor CntrcorWllm ContractorWilliam
William Bradley was arrested last
Wllm wa arrsted evening eveningley eveningfor
for asultng assaultln John E Walsh one or Brd Brdleys Brad Bradbys
ley leys s men in the te contractors cntractors office ofc at atISI
151 East Est Twentyfourth TwentyIourh street strt Walsh Walshwas Walshwa Walshwas
was wa a foreman formon When ho went to get et his hispay hispy hispay
pay last evening he found that McManus McManushad McManu McManushad
had py reduced rduced him in rank rank to that of assistant assistantforeman aliRtant aliRtantforman assistantforeman
foreman forman and the two two got Into a row rowMcManus rowMoManus
McManus knocked knocke Walsh Walfh out with wih a apunch apunch apunch
punch over the eye eyeEXPLOSION oyeIXILOSlN eyeEX1LOSION
Boiler DoleI In I a Sawmill Sawmi In James lame Iame City Cty N c cGoes CGo cGoei
Goes Go to Piece PleceiRALEIGH PieceRALEIGU Pieces1ULEIOU
RALEIGH N C Jan 18 18Dy By the explo explosion oxploBion explosion ¬
sion of a boiler bier at James City Ciy just across acrossthe acrlf acrossthe
the Ile Trent Tr1t River HiveI from lrm Newborn Newber N C this thismorning tis tismoring thismorning
morning moring seven sven persons prns wore wer killed kit Instantly Instantlyi Instnty Instntynd
i nd a sawmill swmi belonging to S E Sullivan Sullivanwan Sulvan Sulvanwal
wan wal wrecked wrcke It was 930 oclock and the thomill themi themill
mill mi had been ben stopped while whie workmen were wererepairing wer wererepairing
repairing a belt T1 T1cold The water weather being very verycold
cold cld all the hands handsmoment hndl who were er Idle for ver the themoment themoment
moment ran rn to t tho Ire fro room rom Tho 111 explo explosion exploson explodon ¬
don son occurred oc while whie tho mill mi was stopped stoppedJames stoppedAmong
Among UIOs those kie killed wal was a daughter stopp or orJames ofJames
James Smallwood Smalwood who had gono there ter to tocarry tocr tocarry
carry cr breakfast brkfa t to her father The body bodyof bdy bdyor bodyof
of Sidney Pritchard Pritchar cannot cnnot be found It is issupposed Issupps Issupposed
supposed that Ilat it was as blown Into Int the te river riverThe riverThe riverThe
The supps other oter bodies have been ben recovered recoveredAll rovered roveredAl
All Al the to persons prns killed kie wero negroes negroesLOW ngres ngresLOW negroesLOW
May Go as a Delegate to the Chicago ChicagoConvention alleaSoConenton ChicagoConvention
Convention ConventionExMayor Conenton ConentonEMayor ConventionEnMayor
ExMayor EMayor Low Lw who will wi sail ellor for Naples Naplestomorrow Naplc Naplestomorrow
tomorrow tho Doutschland Dou tschland will
tomorrw on wi re remain reman remain ¬
main man In Europe Eurpe until unti early in June and tour tourItaly tourItaly I
Italy Itly Germany Germny and Franco Frnco Before Blore return returnand rtur returning
Ing he wlspnd will spend a low weell In England Englandand Englandand
and talk tak with wltl Joseph Chamberlain Chambrlain on the thenew thenew thenew
new tariff trI plans for Great < reat Britain Britainho Brtin BrtinI
I It I is Mid that there I is a poibity possibility tht ththo that thathe
ho will wi go to Chicago as 1 a delegate delegat from fromthe Iromthe fromthe
the Thirteenth Tirtnth Congress Congr6 district dbtict The Thounderstanding To Toundertnding Theunderstanding
understanding undertnding among tho Assembly AMmbly dis district dL district ¬
trict leaders leders of that tht district dltrlct Is however howeverthat howeverthat howeverthat
that Ellhu rlhu Root Rt and Cornelius Corel W N Bliss Blisswill Di Blisswill
will wl bo tho delegates delegatesAWAY deegates deegatesAWAY delegatesAWAY
Take Tae the Llr Seaboard abar Air All lAne Railway Raiway to Ptnehunt PtnehuntPull PnelurI PnelurIrJ PinehurstFull
Pull Information I on application in Seaboard Ale Aleline MILine
line rJ Hallway u office c 1183 lrl lrlI Broadway I or at from C B BRyan
Ryan Rya U I P A iurWinoutd lunIUIIb Va VsAdp aAa Adt cl
Scheme Hay Be D Announced Annoueld Before Dtore Ian SO SOWhen 2 20ithen
When hen the Sheldon Syndicate Expires ExpiresWill Eplr EplrI Expiresivlil
Will I 11 Involve oho a Modification lUodlnCton of Mr MrSchwab 1Ir 1IrSchwabs ilirSchwabs
Schwabs Claim to a Prior Lien LJenA Ltn LtnA LienA
A report repr gained ground grund in Wall al Street Streetyesterday Stret Stretyesteray Streetyesterday
yesterday yesteray that the differences dlerencesbetwenth dlerencesbetwenthconfctng between the theconflicting theconflicting
conflicting confctng interests interets in the United States StatesShipbuilding StatesShipbuiding StatesShipbuilding
Shipbuilding Shipbuiding Interests Inerestl would soon be ad adjusted adjusted admeted ¬
justed and that a modified modifed plan for the thecompanys thecmpnys thecompanys
companys cmpnys reorganization reorganl7ton would be ac accepted accpte nocepted ¬
cepted cpte by all al concerned concernedIt concrned concrnedI
It I was learned lcared definitely defntely that two weeks weeksago weeksago weeksago
ago friends of the Sheldon reorganization reorganizationcommittee rerganlzton rerganlztonoommltee reorganizationcommittee
committee oommltee and disinterested dlflnterested representa representatives reprsenta reprsentatves repreoentatives ¬
tives tves of tho bondholders bondholder who have fought foughtthe fouRhttho foughtthe
the proposod reorganization reorganlrton plan took up upthe upthe upthe
the task of finding fnUng a common ground on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which the two interests Intersts might mght meet meetConferences met metCnrernce meetConferences
Conferences Cnrernce toward this end have been beenheld b beenheld en enheld
held and it is believed that
frequently rrequenty beleve a acompromise acmpromise acompromise
compromise cmpromise plan pln acceptable acceptble to both the thecommittee thecommtee thecommittee
committee commtee and the objecting objectng bondholders bondholderswill bondholdcrswi
will wi be announced shortly shortlyOn shorty shortyOn
On account of the various details detais which whichmust whichmust whichmust
must yet be b agreed upon no announcement announcementof
of the plan pln could be obtained obtalned yesterday yesterdayIt yesteray yesterayIt
It ia understood understoo however that the dis disposition dl disposition ¬
position peiton on the part of the reorganization reorganizationcommittee rorganzaton rorganzatoncommitee reorganizationcommittee
committee commitee to meet met the bondholders and andtheir ad adtheir andtheir
their representatives rprSntates who had cared cae for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their interests interts In a plan which shall ehal protect protectthe prot protectthe t tthe
the interests Inttrsts of all al has ha gone gon far toward towardcreating twar towardcreating
creating creatng a better bter feeling leelng among Shipbuild Shipbuilding Sipbuld SipbuldIng ¬
ing interests Intersts generally generallyCounsel gentraly generallyCounsel
Counsel Counsl for the complaining complning bondholders bondholdershad
had said sal l repeatedly repately that they would woul not notobject notobject
object objet to t any fair lar plan which protected protectedtheir protete protectedtheir I
their clients clents interests interestsIt Interets
It I is not unlikely unlkely that tho amended amende plan planof pln planof
of reorganization rrganizton will w be announced annouc before beforeJan bfore bforeJan beforeJan
Jan 29 Under the original arrangement arrangementthe aran ement
the Sheldon syndicate sydicate which was Wi formed formedto rorme
to take over about abut 4270000 4200 of Shipbuild Shipbuilding Shlpbuld ¬ I
ing bonds bnds from the Trust Tret Company of the theRepublic theRepublic I
Republic Rpublc expires expirs by limitation lmitaton on that thatdate thatdate I
date The To syndicate sydicae it is understood understo has hasalready ha
already alreay paid pai in about abut 80 8 per cent of the thounderwriting theunderwriting
underwriting underwritingIt underwriing
It I was wa said yesterday yesteray that the presence presenceof prsnco prsncoor
of a temporary temprary receiver r elvr in charge chage of the theUnited theUnie theUnited
United Unie States Shipbuilding Shipbuiding Companys Companysaffairs Companysaairs Companysaffairs
affairs aairs would in no way hinder the consum consummation cOlm cOlmmaton consummation ¬
mation maton of the modified moife plan of reorgani reorganization rorgai rorgaizton reorganination ¬
nation nationThe
zationThe zton
The objection objeton to the present presnt plan has bosbeen b8 hasbeen
been to the clause clus which has ha given to Charles CharlesM Chrles ChrlesM
M Schwab Shwab priority prorty of security surty through the theplacing theplaing theplacing
placing plaing of the Bethlehem Bthlehem bonds ahead ahea of ofthe atthe ofthe
the present prsnt first frst mortgage morgage bondholders bondholdersThe bondholder
The new nw plan pla will wi contain contan a modification moifcaton of ofthis atthis ofthis
this feature featureThe rontur featureThe
The Illness Ines of Judge Kirkpatrick has hascmised ha hacltl hascaused
cltl caused a postponement polpnement of the Shipbuilding Shipbuildinglitigation Shipbuiding Shipbuidingltgaton Shipbuildinglitigation
litigation ltgaton There Ter will wi be no hearing hearng until untilMonday unl untilMonday
Monday Monay Jan 25 25FLAG 25FLAG S SEJAG
Lady Ldy Loses a Bet an it Piney Pney Odor Odor Follow FollowWhere FollowWhere olow olowWhere
Where She fhe floes floesA OOtsA GoesA
A faint odor oor of turpentine trntl pervaded pervadedthe prade
the assembly ambly hall hal of the Professional ProfessionalWomens Poleeslon PoleeslonWomens ProfessionalWomens
Womens League Lage yesterday yeterday afternoon aternoon at atIts atit atits
Its it monthly dramatic damato meeting meetingFresh meting metingwFresh meetingFresh
Fresh paint pant questioned quetoned several leveral mem members membrs mernhers ¬
hers brs drawing dawing high their berufflod berfe skirts sklrtaNodeclaredAuntLoulsa skirt skirtsNodeclaredAuntLouisa
NodeclaredAuntLoulsa No delae Aunt Loui Eldridge Eldidge who whopresided whoprsided whopresided I
presided prsided Must be b rheumatism rheumatismSeveral rhoumatlm rhoumatlmSeverl rheumatismSeveral
Several Severl members membe of the West End Repub Republican Repub Republican ¬
lican lcn Club began bgnn to laugh laughIts lugh lughWItsannu1 laughItaannual
WItsannu1 Its annual elect elecion elections Ions said sid Mrs M Merry MerryAll Mel MerryAU
AU the women became lme curious curous and andthe andthe andthe
the story stor came out from frm the th West WM End Endwomen Endwomen Endwomen
women ut the close of the day dayn on condi condition cndi cnditon condition ¬
tion ton that tht the victims victms name be withheld withheldIt wihel
It I was wa an election elolon bet be and Mrs lrrs Belle Bne de deRiveras deUlveral doRiveras
Riveras Ulveral defeat was responsible rpoUlble for the theturpentine theturpentne theturpentine
turpentine turpentineJust turpentne turpentnewJUt
Just Bald Miss flees ReeaThat fleesThat
wJUt guess why ald Mis Res ResTat
That Tat the loser losr would use us turpentine turpentinefor tuntno tuntnofor
for a perfume for a month suggested suggestedMrs
prme suggse
Mrs Mr Place PlaceYoure Plc PlaceYoure
Youre YoUJ not anywhere anywhor near warm wa said saidMiss sid sid1Is saidMiss
Miss 1Is Roes RoesThat Hos Hoshat fleesThat
That hat shed attend atend an oil al painting paintng class classThat cla classThat
That shed paint pint floors foor or walls wall or doors doorsor door
or something emeUling were wer among aong the guesses gueseeabut guSft guessesbut
but none was wa right rightOh rightOh rightOh
Oh I have to tell tel finally fly admitted admittedMIssRcea admited admited1Is admittedMiss
MIssRcea 1Is Miss flees You YoulmowMr know Mrs There ThereI Tlere TlereI
I started stared to blurt blur it out well wel you von know knownext knownx knownext
next to the West End Republican Rpubfcan Club Clubtho Cub Cubtho Clubtho
tho nx Methodist MethoiBt Missionary Mlllonary Society Scety and ad par parliamentary parlaentary parliamentary ¬
liamentary laentary law she loves 100 tho American Aerican Aericanfag Americanflag
fag flag 1 Wel ell J11 she U he blt bltThat bet betThat It
That shed paint one Interrupted Interruptedseveral Internlptedseveral Interruptedseveral
several severalNothing several severalNotliing
Nothing of the kind She bet t that thatMrs thBtMr thatMrs
Mrs Mr do Rivera lvera would ould win and said if she shedidnt ehedidnt shedidnt
didnt she the loser losr would have Old Glory Glorypainted Gor GloryPainted
painted paintedAnd 1aintedAnd
And presented prsente to the club questioned questionedMrs questoned questonedMr
Mrs Mr Place PlaceNo Plac PlaceNo
No but butwelwhen butwellwhen well when she takes tak0 off of her herdress herdrs herdress
dress drs tonight therell therel bo a picture of Old OldGlory OldGor OldGlory
Glory Gor between betwen her shoulder blades bldes And Andshe Andshe Andshe
she never novel will wi forgive forgiv Mrs Mr de Rivera RiveraTho River RiveraThu
Tho victim vici had ha departed depared before the thestory thoetor thestory
story etor was W8 told toldl but Aunt Louisa suggested suggestedUfc sggested sggestedthat suggestedthat
Ufc committee Hl An l be formed l ll llto
that a comm tteo lored to objet objetto object objectto
to raising rallng the flag fag on German Geran ground groundROR grounduBOn groundBoll
Man Ilan Who 10 Dies Dps of Alcoholism AlcoholSD Supposed snppotd to toHave tonave tohave
Have Been DP1 Talbots Slayer SlayerA
A man who said sd ho was Robert Rober Kelly KellyKi Kenyyear
Ki years year old of Park row rw and James Jamel streets streetsand 8tret streetsand
and died die of general genorl debility debity and alcoholism alcoholismIn alcoholsm alcoholsmIn
In the lower Fulton street strtet police polc station stationBrooklyn etaton etatonBroklyn stationTirooklyn
Brooklyn Broklyn yesterday yeeteray morning morlnR is believed believedto beleve
to have been ben Bob Bb Kelly ely the Fenian FenianKelly FenianKely FenianKelly
Kelly Kely was wa found unconscious IncoMcou at Fulton Fultonand Flon Flonand Fultonand
and Prospect Prspet streets trel late Sunday night nightand nght nghtand nightand
and taken to the station staton house hOl8e Several SeveralIrish Severl SeverlIrleh SeveralIrish
Irish Nationalists Natonallt said Iaid yesterday Y teray that they theyhad theyha theyhad
had ha lost track of Bob Kelly Kely of late but butit butIt butIt
it Is known that he has ha been ben living lving in Bowery Bowerynnd Bower
and Park row rw lodging loging houses houE and drinking drnking
heavily heavilyand heaviy
Bob Kely Kelly the Fenian In 1871 shot shotand shotand
and killed kie Police Polco Inspector Inptor Talbot of the theIrish theIr theIrish
Ir Irish h Constabulary in Dublin Dubln because becauseby beauel becauseIt
It wa wiia aleged alleged Talbot ha had ben been Relete selected selectedby
by tho British Brtlh Government Govorment to spy on tho thoFenians thoFenlnn theFenians
Fenians FeniansAccording Fenlnn FeniansAccording
According Acrig to a 0 story stor told by Kelly Kely when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he was wa a patient patont in Bellevuo Belevuo Hospital in
1002 10 ho was wa chosen by lot to kill 111 Talbot TalbotKelly TalbotKely TalbotKelly
Kelly Kely was wa charged with wth murder murer but escaped escapedwith ffapedwih escapedwith
with wih fifteen nron years yenl in jail jai on a charge of ofmanslaughter ormardanghter ofmanslaughter
manslaughter mardanghter when It was wa shown that Tal Talbot Talbot Telhot ¬
bot died dIe as 8 the result of unskilled uMkle medical medicaltreatment meical meicaltratment medicaltreatment
treatment tratment Kelly ely came care to America Amerca after afterhe ater aterhe afterhe
he had ha served serve his sentence and was received receivedhere rcein rceinher receivedhere
here her as 8 a martyr martyrTo maryr maryrTo
To Nell Hel Academy Aelemy 1teadrmyof of Muslo Site SiteThe SiteThe ie ieTho
The stockholders stockholder of r the Brooklyn BrooklynAcademy BrooklynAcdemy BrooklynAcademy
Academy Acdemy of Music Mulo Corporation Corraton mot In the theLong theLng theLong
Long Lng Island Ilnd Historical Histricl Society Sciety building buildingClinton buiding buidingClntn buildingClinton
Clinton and Plerrepont streets lost
Clntn Ilorepnt streol lt night nightand nightand nightand
and voted in favor ravr of the directors diretr plan pln to tosell toIel tosell
sell Iel the present n ent site sit on Montague Mon guo street streetfor streetror streetfor
for not less than thn 600000 George Gerge W WChauncey WChauncy WCbauncey
Chauncey Chauncy F E Dodge OQ Frank Lyman LymanJohn Lymn LymnJohn LymanJohn
John S Frothlngham lrlhlnghm and R W Raymond Raymondwere Rymond Rymondwer Raymondwere
were wer elected directors directorsFAMOUS dlrotr dlrotrFAJIOCS directorsFUIOVS
N Y Sic 16 Special I la ItO P M lie la Weal WealIndian W WIndian WestIndian I
Indian Ltd Ld 825 1A A M Uaexcellcd Uaucocd service srice via viaPtUO vi viapeas
peas fl I a AUWUO AIIII OOMI Cu1 UB III 91 PwrfAit WAa
A Mississippi IlllllulPIII Plan Pan for Beating Datns the Federal FederalConstitution Feera FederalConstitution
Constitution ConstitutionJfaw Cattuton CattutonW ConstitutionW
Jfaw W ORLEANS Jon Ja 1ft 18Tho l8Tho The Mississippi MississippiLegislature Milslppi MilslppiLgilatur MississippiLegislature
Legislature Lgilatur will wl try tr to make mke tho term tOr of ofRepresentatives otRpresntatvee ofRepresentatives
Representatives Rpresntatvee in i Congress Congrs four lou years yearsinstead yar yearsInstead
instead Intead of two in spite eplo of the United Unied States StatesConstitution StatesConsttuton StatesConstitution
Consttuton Constitution The Te Legislature Lgiltur which has hascomplete hascomplete
complete control nominations nominationswill
cntrl over party nominton nomintonwl
will wl pass p an a act declaring deolanG py that tht all al Congres Congressional Cngrs Cngrssional Congressional ¬
sional nominations nominton shall shal bo b for four years yearsIn year yearsIn
In this way all al Congressmen Cngrlmen will wi bo b re returned r returned ¬
turned tured without wthout opposition oppiton for a second snd term termand ter terand termand
and will wi be b chosen cho n every evr Presidential Pidentil year yearfor yearor yearfor
for or two terms ter of two years yaII each eachMississippi eah eah111sllsippi eachMississippi
Mississippi 111sllsippi has h discouraged dlscourg frequent frequentelections frquent frquentelecton frequentelections
elections electon Its Is Legislature Lgiltur is elected elece only onlyonce onlyonc onlyonce
once onc In four years yearsRelative yer yearsRelative
Relative Rlatvo to the Congressmen Congrelmen It is i ex explained explained oxplained ¬
plained that tht they have hT to spend spnd so much muchtime muchtme muchtime
time tme looking after afer their political poltcal fences fencesfor lencs lencslor fencesfor
for reelection releion that their publlo publo efficiency efficiencyis efclepoy efclepoyIs
is materially mterlly impaired impairedSTOLE impird impirdSTOLE impairedSTOLE
Thieves 1 Get et Away A AwayCongressman yConseuman Congressman Hulls HullsCandidate lul HullsCandidate
Candidate Nominated Nomiated for fo Mayor MayorDKS MayorDas Iaor IaorDX8
Das MOINES Ia Jan 18 IBGoorge George W WMattern WMat WMattern
Mat Mattern rn brotherinlaw brotherInlw of Congressman CongressmanJ Congresmn CongresmnJ
J A T Hull Hul chairman chairmn of the Committee Committeeon
on Military Mity Affairs Mar was W8 nominated nominat for forMayor lorMayor forMayor
Mayor by the Republicans Rpublcan of Des Moines Mainesthis Moinesthis Moinesthis
this afternoon atron in one of the 11 most mot bitter bitterprimary biter biterprimy bitterprimary
primary primy contest conteel coptests in the history hitor of the city cityJohn cty ctyJohn cityJohn
John MacVlcar MaVlca exMayor exMayo and secretory secretoryof
of the League Lage of American Municipalities Municipalitieswaa Municipalte
was wa defeated defeate by a narrow nrow margin mgin He Herepresented Herprsnte Herepresented
represented rprsnte Judge Proudy who is a candi candidate candidat candidate ¬
date dat for Congress Congess against agint Hull HullWhile Hul HullWhile
While Whie the vote vot was W8 being counted in the thoFirst theFirt theFirst
First Firt precinct preinct of the Sixth Sith ward two men menentered menentere menentered
entered entere the room rom and seized seie the Mac Ma MacVicar MacVicarballots Vicar Vicarballots Vicarbalot
ballots balot After Arer turning turing out the lights lght they theyescaped theyesapd theyescaped
escaped esapd though fired te at repeatedly repeatedlyICE repatly repatlyICE repeatedlyICE
The Thermometer Termomtttr Registered Reglsterld SO 3 Below BelowZero BelowZero BelowZero
Zero In Sua Saratoga to sa County COlnty Yesterday YesterdaySARATOGA YesterdaySARAToGA esttrdaySARATOGA
SARATOGA Jan 18 18To 18The Tho repeated repeat cold coldwaves cld cldwaves coldwaves
waves aro developing ice ic so s rapidly rapidl that thatIcemen tat tatIcmen thaticemen
Icemen Icmen aver that It already is I becoming becmig too toothick to totic toothick
thick tic for profitable proftlo storage purposes puposs as a its itsweight It itsweight
weight wight affects aet tho easy ey handling handin of the thecubes thecb thecubes
cubes cb This Tis morning the te mercury meru regis registered rlgi registoned ¬
toned tre 36 degrees degres below zero zr at Schuyler Schuylervillo Suyler Suylerle Scbuylervile
vile le the te coldest cldet point pint In Saratoga Sratga county countyIt cunty cuntyI
It I marked marke 30 degrees degre below here her and av averaged averae averaged ¬
eraged erae from frm 30 3 to 30 below at other oter places placesin plcs plcsIn
in the te lower Adirondacks AdlrondacksSriucuaK Adirndacks AdirndacksSYACUB AdirondacksStIUCUBE
SriucuaK SYACUB Jan Ja 18 18Te 18The The thermometer thermometerregistered teometr teometrrgitr thermometerregistered
below at the theweather theweater theweather
rgitr registered S degrees degres zero zr
weather weater station stton here her this tis morning mornin All Allsuburban AI Allsuburban
suburban trolley trley lines lne were wer delayed delaye and andsteam andstam andsteam
steam stam roads ras trains train were late lateCONSPIRATORS lat latCONSPIATORS lateCONSPIRATORS
Detective Testifies Tfst el About Abut Plan to Form a aRepublic aRpublc aRepublic
Republic RepublicSpecial Rpublc RpublcltcaJ RepublicSpecial
Special ltcaJ Cable Cab Dispatch Dupatcl to t Tna Tn RUN RDMMANILA RUNMANIA SOSMANILA
MANILA MANIA Jan 18 Constabulary 18Constbur Detective DetectiveScarella Detectve DetectveBrela DetectiveScarella
Scarella Brela testifying teetylng today tody in the case C of ofGomez ofGomlz ofComes
Gomez Gomlz who is accused accd of conspiracy cnpircy to tooverthrow tooertlrw tooverthrow
overthrow oertlrw the th American Aorcn Government Govrnt hi i in the thoPhilippines th6PhiUplne thePhillipines
Philippines PhiUplne swore swor that tht the th conspirators conspiratorsincluding cnspltor conspiratorsincluding
including the th well wel known kno Gene Gn Malvar MalvarLueban MavI MalvarLueban
Ltehn Lueban and Nortel Norel frequently trquenty conferred cnfel in inthe i inthe
the last Manila anil Club Cb as A recently rnty as a September Septemberlast Spt mbr mbrwt
At these th conferences cnrerncs it was wi wad arranged arrangedthat arrangedthat
that tht Dr Gomez was w to be b elected elecd President Presidentof Prident
of the now republic rpublc Meantime Mentme the prose prosecution pr prcutlon prosecution ¬
cution formation formationIT forton fortonI is I investigating Investgatig Scarellaa Scarlas tardy tary in information information ¬
Take Tke Charge Carle at a Blaze In Alken AlkfD 8 C Cand Cand Cand
and Saves a Building BuildingAIKBM Boidlol BuildingAIKm
AIKBM S C Jan 18Willlam ISWllam C Whit Whitney Wt Wtney Whitnay ¬
ney has ha won a now title tte to distinction todlstneton that thatof thatof thatof
of a successful sucBrul fire fr chief A small sml build buildIng buid buidIg buildtrig
trig Ig on the place plce of Thomas Thoma Hitchcock Hthcok was wasburned wasburned
burned bune today and the main mn building buildingcaught buiding buidingcaught buildingcaught
caught twice twce ExSecretary ESecrtary Whitney who whowas whowas
was 11 there therdlrte theredirected directed the local loal fire fre department departmentand deparment deparmentad
and ad It was Wa through ltrough his good work that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the house 10u8o was wa saved savedMr sve savedMr
Mr Whitney Wltnoy was wa among the first frt to toreach torah toreach
reach rah the scene when the alarm of fire firewas fre frewa firewas
the local de demoralized demoralie demorallzedhe
was wa given Seeing Selng loal company ¬
moralized moralie morallzedhe he took charge and soon had hodthe ba hadthe
the firemen frmen working well wellFRIGHTENED wel welFRIITENED wellFIIWIITENED
Woman Collapses Colapse When len She Sees Sfel Husbands HusbandsBloodStained IllubandDoodStalnte husbandsBloodStained
BloodStained DoodStalnte Face FaceMichael FaceMicael FaceMichael
Michael Micael Eckes Ekes who owns own a flathouso fathouso at atS0
530 S0 Courtlandt Courlandt avenue The To Bronx Brnx had a afight afght afIght
fight fght on Sunday night with some boys who whowore whower whowere
wore wer ringing tho bells ble in the house houo In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the fight fght Eckess Ekess face la was wa cut cutHe cutHe cutHe
He returned rotured to the house hous With wltl blood blo on his hisface hi hisface
face la and when his hi wife saw him she slO screamed screamednnd scrame screamedand
and fainted Eckes ran for a doctor dotor but butbefore butblor butbefore
before blor ho arrived the woman was W8 dead deadCoroner dea deadCoroner
Coroner Berry Bry said lid yesterday yeteray that the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman had heart hear disease dlae and that tat she Ihe evi evidently evidenty cvidently ¬
dently denty had been frightened to death deathDOWN deathnON deathDOWN
Winters nters Second 8eeoli Cold Snap Comes Come Without WithoutMnch WithoutMuch lhout lhoutloch
loch Heralding HeraldingThe lerldlns lerldlnsTe heraldingThe
The Te second Ind real cold snap of tho local localseason localBon localseason
season Bon came on last lst night At about 11 11oclock 1 iioclock
oclock oclok the Weather Wether Bureau thermometers thermometersregistered therometer thermometersregistered
registered rgL terd 2 degrees deRlS above zero zro The TheWeather TheWether TheWeather
Weather Wether Bureau Burau man ma said ld that it was wasgetting wa wagetlng wasgetting
getting getlng colder clder rapidly rpidly and that tht the zero zeromark zro zromrk zeromark
mark mrk woqld wotld soon son be passed passedUnofficial pad padUnofcil passedUnotllciai
Unofficial Unofcil thermometers thermometr put tho tem temperature ttm ttmp ternperature ¬
perature p rature at 1 degree dcgr below blow at 1 oclock oclockthis oclok oclokthi oclockthis
this thi morning moring It Itwas was wa blowing hard hrd then thenand thenand thenand
and people peple who were wer out felt mighty cold coldA coldA coldA
To lie Published ttblhhed by b the Presidents Prehlents Friends FriendsIn rlendsIn
In Nassau Nassu County CountyIlFMrsTEAD CountyI CountyIIEMPSTIUD
IlFMrsTEAD I MrTEAD L I I Jan 18 18A A movement movementhas movementhI movementhue
has hI been bon began by supporters supprtlrs of President PresidentRoosevelt Pesident PesidentRosvelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt Rosvelt in Nassau Nau county cunty to start a news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper which Is to be called caled tho Republican Republicanand Republiran
and IM to boom the tho President Plident for nomination nominationand nominaton nominatonand
and election electon It I will wl appear appar on Jan 30 30To 30To 30To
To Stop the te Use of Piers by the Gover Governors Gonrnors Governors ¬
nors Steamboat Company CompanySenator CompanSenatr CompanySenator
Senator Senatr Plunkitt put In a bill bi In the theSenate theSena theSenate
Senate Sena te yesterday to stop the use of ofpiers orpier ofpiers
piers pier on n the North River Rlvlr between btween Fifty Fiftysecond Fly Flysoond Fiftysecond
second soond and Fiftythird streets trcts by Gov GovOdells GovOdels CoyOdells
Odells Odels Hudson Hudn River Rver Steamboat Stamboat Company CompanySenator Cmpany CmpanySenatr CompanySenator
Senator Senatr Plunkitt says sy the piers pier ostensibly ostensiblywere 08tenslblywcr
were wcr set It apart for Hudson Iudn River Ryer craft crf and andcanal andcanal andcanal
canal boats boatsOverworked bats batsOenrorktd boatsOverworked
Overworked Musician llsl lan In the Insane laane Ward WardFrederick iianlFrederick ard ardFrderick
Frederick Frderick Houlihan Houlhn a young musician musicianwho musicianwho musicianwho
who according accorig to his mother Mrs Mr Mary MaryHoulihan Mar MaryHouiihan
Houlihan Houlha has been ben working very ver hard hardrecently har hardrecently
recently rcnt was WI taken to the Insane Inee pavilion pavilionat pavion pavionat I
at the 1levue Bellevue Hospital I0pltallt last evening evning from fromhis frombls fromhis
his home at 333 3 East Et Nineteenth Ninetenth street streetAUI strt streetJAIl I IAI
JAIl AI Dmrfoot Dertoot Farm Sao Saisages Saisagesare a M I Iare
are made at the be Farm ar Southboro Bubbr Mess a Their Theirnucceu Telr Telrfcre Theircarcass I
carcass fcre Li L owlet to the choice materials malera and ad the thenoatntM tbeIO thenotsi
noatntM IO and iI4 4 cU I < aUW4JS tt > tK prawaUWtA
I Colombia Hold loll This Tis Government Goernmtnt Respon Respontlble R Responutile n nabe
utile abe for the Dismemberment of Her HerTerritory Hr HrTeritory 4ti 4tiTerritory
Territory Teritory Sari Say Gen Reyes ney and nd tor torErIU torEvl forEvili
ErIU Evl to Come ComeUlarlh ComeWU1 Will March on Panama PanamaWASHINGTON Pam PamW PanamaWAamNOTO
WASHINGTON W AmNGTO Jan 18 18Th 18The Tho President Presidentin Prsidnt PrsidntIn
in accordance accranc with wit his hi expressed ex1 determi determination deteri deterinaton determination ¬
nation naton to mike ko public publc every evor scrap scrp of infor information Itor Itormaton information ¬
mation maton on tho Panama Pna subject transmitted transmittedto tranitte
to the Senate Snate today additional additonal cor correspondence cr ¬ 1 1respondence
respondence rspndenc between btween Secretary Sortary Hay and andGen an andCan
Gen Reyes Ryes relating rltng to Colombian Cloa bln and andPanama a andPanama
Panama affairs aall The correspondence corspndonc in includes I ineludes ¬
eludes Gen Reyess Ryess formal forl protest prtest against againstthe againt againtthe 4 4the
the action actin of tho United Unite States and Secre Secretary S ¬ i4 i4tary
tary tar Hays reply rply thereto therlo Several Sveral letters lettersfrom letter lettersfrom
from rm Minister Buchanan Buchnan to Secretary Scrtar Hay Hayand H Hayand y yand
and a I letter leter from frm Minister BunauVarllla BunauVarlllato Bunan Vail
to Mr Hay wore wer transmitted trmitte also alsoOn aO alsoOn
On Dec 23 Gen Rafael nfael Reyes trans transmitted tran ¬ i imitted
mitted mite to Secretary Scrtar Hay a 1 statement ltatement of ofgrievances ofgrievancs ofgrievances
grievances grievancs of Colombia Clcmbla This statement statementcalls statementcli statementcalls
calls cli attention atention to Section Secton S I of artloit artloitXXXV at artIo artIoXXXV
XXXV of the Treaty of 1840 which whichvldes pr pivides i ivides
vides that in case co of violation violaton of the treaty treatythe traty tratythe treatythe
the aggrieved aggrieve party pary may submit eubtit to the thoother theothor theother
other a statement of injuries Inuries and damages damagesdemanding damges damagesdemanding
demanding justice jutc and satisfaction satisfactionGen Itsaclon ItsaclonGen
Gen Reyes Ryes then reviews rvlewl the history htor of oftho ottho ofthe
tho HayHernm lyHern treaty trty and argues that tht th thRepublic the theRpublc thRepublic
of Colombia acted within withinIta withinits
Republic Rpublc Colombi actd entirely entrly witi
its It right and according accrding to the treaty traty treatyitaelf treatyitaelfwhen itself itselfwhen itl
when it considered cnslderd the th treaty trty in Congress Congresaand Cngr Cngrand Congressand
and finally fnaly rejected rjee it If I the United Unie States StatesSenate Stt StatesSenate
Senate had hd rejected rejetd the te treaty traty says IYI Gen GenReyes Ge IonReyesthe
Reyes Reyesthe the disapproval dpprovl would have hve Involved Involvedno Involve kt ktno
no grievance grievanc for Colombia Clombia The rejection rejectionof rjeton
of the treaty trty by Colombia ho continues continuesdid contiues contiuesWdd coitlauedid
Wdd did not disqualify dua1y the Government Goverment for the theconclusion theconclulion theconclusion
conclusion conclulion of another anoter treaty taty with wih the to Gov Government Goverment Coyernment ¬
ernment erment of your Excellency Eclency and it indeed indeedresolved Ide indeedresolvd
resolved rolvd to make mke a proposition propositon to that tht effect effectNeither efee effectNeither
Neither did dd that tht course cur imply any slight slighttoward Blght Blghttoward slighttoward
toward the Government Goverment of tho United Unl UnitedStates UnitedStatesOn ted States StatesOn Stt
On the contrary contrr tho Senate Snatobsr observant observantof t
of the existing existg friendly Iriendy relations rlatons relied rled on ontho onto onthe
the to sentiments sntment of f American Aorcn fraternity Iratrly by bywhich bywhich bywhich
which It was wa animated aimtd for the introduction introductionin Introducon IntroduconI
in I tho new agreement agrment that tht was wa to be b made madeon md 4t 4ton
on stipulations stpultons moro mor consonant cononnt with wih the thenotion t1 i inotion
notion noton of sovereignty soverlfty entertained enterted by the thepeople tb thepeople
people pople of Colombia ColombiaI Clombi
I firmly frmly believe blev that that it fhe Ins he Co Colombian Colombian Celoinbian ¬
lombian Senate Snatet Senatet would have approved approvedthe approvd approvdthe
the convention cnvnton with wih amendments that thatwould tht thtwould thatwould
would probably probbly have been bn acceptable acceptableto acptable acptableto
to the United States had not the theAmerican theAmerlen theAmerican
American Amerlen Minister at a Bogota repeatedly repeatedlydeclared rpatedly rpatedlydee4rd repeatedlydeclared
declared In the most positive positve manner mnner that thathis tht ththis thathia
dee4rd his Government Goverent would wouli reject rjec any amend amendment ¬ l lment
ment mnt that tat might bo b offered offeredGen oerd oerdOn offeredlen aen
Gen On Reyes Ryee quotes from frm one of Minister MinisterBeauprds 1Dnr 1DnrBaupr MinisterBeauprbs
Beauprds Baupr s notes note dated dted June 131903 13 19 1903 to the theMinister theMinister theMinister
Minister of Foreign Forign Relations Rlton ending as asfollows ls lslolows Pi Pifollows
follows lolows If I Colombia now rejects rjects the thetreaty thetrty thetreaty
treaty trty or unduly delays delys its Is ratification ratificationtho rticton rtictontho
tho friendly Irondly relations rlton between btween the te two twocountries twocountres lit litcountries
countries countres would bo b so 8 seriously rously compro compromised compromisd compromised ¬
mised misd that our Congress Cngrss might mht next net winter wintertake wintr wintrtake fj j
take that good friend of Colom Colombia ¬
steps stps tht every evr go frend Clom Clombl r rbin
bin bl would regret rgt with wit sorrow sorrowNo lorow lorowNo IjI IjINo
No one will wl wonder wonde says sys Gen Reyep Reyepthat Rye Ryetht fleyeithat
that tht under uder the prr pressure of threats thrats so soserious soserious
serious Srlous and irritating Irtatig and In presence prsnc of a aformal alorl 1 g
formal lorl notification notfcton from lrm the party which whichhad whichh whichhind
had h authority authortr to serve srve it that tht pry no amend amendment aend amendmont ¬ I Imont
mont would be b accepted acpt preference prlernc was wasgiven W8 wasgiven
given to disapproval disapprovalReferring dispproval dispprovalRlering
Referring to the alternative provision of ofthe f l lthe li lithe
Rlering atrtve
the Spooner act requiring rquirng the President Prsident to toturn Th Thturn J Jtumto
turn tumto to Nicaragua Nicraga if the canal cal rights at atPanama atPanama t
Panama could culd not be b secured scrd Oen Reyes Reyesnay Ryes RyesIY8 t tsays 1
nay IY8 saysit a aIt j
It was wal to be presumed that the action aclon of ofthe ofthe
the American Government presume could not over overstep overstep overstep ¬
step the limits lmits therein fixed th > Wheni It Itfollows Ittolows p
follows tolows that tht the sole evil evi that tlt could befall befallColombia betuJ I pt i iColombia
Colombia If I her Congress Conlref should disapprove disapprovethe dlslPprove dlslPprovethe
the treaty trlty was that the route eventually eventuallyelected ventualy ventualyaelec II IIselected
elected aelec would be that of Nicaragua Nlcralua It Jtmaybe Itmay L4 i imay
maybe may be that we fell ftl into error error when we w enter entertained pntertalne ¬ 1 + hf hftamed
tamed that belief belel but It I was WIS sincere slnNr and andw andwe andwe
talne led Into it t by the profound li I Iwith
w we were wer le ito th 11rotollli respect respectwith
repct repctwith
with which the American Amertcn laws liwplre us uaAll usAl iti 4 4All
All Governments Goverments being beln as I a Is well el known knowndependence i ibound it itbound
bound Al to respct respect the rllnt rights brn born or the In Indepndenc independence
dependence depndenc and sovereignty loverelgty of nations the thnpremature J Jproiiiaturt
premature recognition recolition by the United Unlta IuitetStntes natons 8tnte 8tnteof Stoteof I
of the Province Povinc of Panama Panaml rising rlsln in 11 nrms nrmsto orml 1 I Ito iii iiito
to detach Itself elf from the country of which whichIt I Iit
It Is a part while whle it is is a matter mater of public publicknowledge publo publicknowledge I
knowledge knowlego par that the mother country com commands cm ¬ 11 11mands I Iinand
mands sufficient forces forcR to subdue lubdle It con constitutes constitutes ¬
stitutes sufcent according to the moot ancient Reltnt and andmodern andmodern andmodern
modern ttute accnln authorities authorltFs on International Interlotonal law lawnot lawnot Ii Iittute J
not only a grave grve offence olence to to I Colombia but butalso butitiso i inlso
also a 1 formal attack atnck upon her ler wealth wealthBofore 1 Ii IiIlefore
< Bofore the coup de 10 main lilflIfl which proclaimed proclaimedtho pro lawled lawledthe iii iiithe
the Independence of the Isthmus lthmuB took tfok place plncoat I Iat
at Panama there were In I Iii this very vc city clt agent agentof alent agentsof
of 01 tho authors of that coup olI In conference conferencewith eonter nC I Iwith
with high autlors personages personaje clothed clothe with official officialcharacter omclalcharcter i i idiameter
character charcter as a Is asserted o8erte by reputable Amen American ¬ A Acan
can newspapers newsplplrs I I hove received Informa Information Inormn ¬ 1 I j i 4 4don
don to the effect E1rt that a bank In Now Nfw York Yorkopened Yorkoppne Yorkopened
ton opened a considerable credit In their thelrravor favor favorwith n nwith
oppne with a knowledge of tho general Ipnprl line 18e for forwhich j j jwhich
which It was WIS Intended Intende even eVln though thollh un unaware unaware unaware ¬
aware that it wan Wil applied appled illiPlil in II part to the thebribery F ryj ryjbribery
bribery of a large part ot the garrison at atPanama atIanacna i ianaml
Panama PanamaGen anaml anamlen i k khen
Gen en Reyes comments cmments politely pltel on the op opportune ¬ i 7 7portune
portune arrival arival of cruisers crilr at Panama Panar and andColon andColon op opprune
prune Colon and tholr orders to prevent prevent Colom Colombian Clom Clombian an ¬ f
bian troops trops from lrm landing lnding on the Isthmus Isthmusand Isthus
and 111 asks 8ks that tht the claims cli he makes may bo boreferred b j iTti iTtireferred
referred rrorrd to The Hague tribunal trl unal for set settlement s ¬ jii jiitleanent
tlement tlementSecretary I ISecretary
trmont trmontScrtar Secretary Scrtar Hays reply dated Jan 5 I say saythat sy sytht I Ithat
that tht the Government Gvrment of r the United Unie States Stateslias Statol 1i 1ihints
hints carefully orruly considered conider the complaints complaintsmado cmp 4I 4Imade
made by Gen Reyes The questions uestionewhioh which whichyou i iyou
you submit says Mr Hay can bo viewed viewedonly I 1 1only
only in the light of accomplished facts factsThe factsThe
The Republic of Panama has become a amember j J Jmimberof
member mimberof of the thefpnillyof family of nations He Ileadde IleaddeWith adds addsWith
With every disposition to advance the pur purpose ¬ 9 11 11Pose
pose of your mission the Department has hasread 1j jri jriread
read with surprise your repetition of groan groanImputations fl flImptitations
Imputations upon the conduct And motive motiveof motivesof
of thl this Government which are said to have havnappeared haveappeared
appeared In reputable American news newspapers newspapers ¬
papers Any charge that this thl Government Governmentor i 1 I Ior
or any responsible member of It held Inter Intercourse ¬ ii3 ii3OUrse
course whether ofllclnl 01 unofficial with withagents J Jngnts
agents of the revolution in Colombia Is utterly utterlywithout 4 4without
without justification Kqmillr so In the In Insinuation in4inliation ¬
sinuation that any action of this Government Governmentprior t t j jprior
prior to the revolution In Panama wan the theresult theresult
result of complicity with the plans of the tharevolutionists therevolutionist
revolutionists The Department sees fit to tomake Q 4 4make
make these denials and It makes them finally fInallyMr
Mr Hay reviews the history of the Hay f S SHerrantreatyand
Herrantreatyand the negotiationsproceding 41 41it
the assertion that Colombia Colombiabefore
it 11 IIJUnillK making bliu tnraj nun 111111 wuiuujuio wuiuujuiobefore
before the treaty had been placed before beforetho Iii F Fthe
the Bogota Congress had already violated violatedtho violatedit
it by attempting to make a new deal with fi fithe
the New Panama Canal Company The Thealternative f falternative
alternative offered to thin Government by bytho 1 1the
the revolution at Panama is thus de described ¬ 4 c cscrlbed
scribed by Mr Hay HayBy iM iMBy
By the declaration of Independence of oftho Ei i ithe
the itepubllo of Panama a new situation won woncreated wascreated
created On the one hand stood the Gov Government ¬ 1 1crantent
ernment of Colombia Invoking In the name nameof i iof
of the Treaty of 1840 114 tho he aid of this Govern Government Governnient ¬
ment In Its efforts to suppress the revolution revolutionPanama revoiutionon
on the other hand stood the Republic e ePanama
Panama that had come Into being In order orderthat orderthat
that the great design of that treaty might mightnot i I Inot
not be forever frustrated but might ba ful fulfilled ¬ i ifilled
filled The Isthmus won threatened with withdenotation Z Zdesolation
denotation by another civil war Nor were werethe werethe
the rights and Interests of the United States Statesalone Statesalone
alone at stake The Interests of the whole wholecivilized if ifcivilIzed
civilized world were Involved Tho Republic Republicof tI si l lof
of Panama stood for these Interests the theGovernment flhi 1 1Iovernrnent
Government of Colombia opposed them themCompelled 4
Compelled to choose between these two twoalternatives t1i f falternatives
alternatives the Government of the United Unitedmates 11111
mates in no wise responsible for the situation situationthat till t tthat
that had arisen did not hesitate It recog recognized ¬ f t iil iilnized
nized the Independence of the Republic of ofPanama i iPanama
Panama and upon Its judgment and action actionthe actionthe
the Powers of tho world have set the seal ot ottheir ll l ltheir
their approval approvalMr f fMr
Mr Hay recognizes that Colombia hiss haaBuffered J Jsuffered
Buffered an apprecIable loss through the therevolution hi J Jrevolution
revolution and offers the good offices of ofho ofhe
< ho United Stolen with a view to bringing bringingabout fljiI5t fljiI5taboUt
about some arrangement betweon b twcen Panama Panamaand Panamaand
and Colombia on a fair and equitable basis basisY

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