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Mat I1a the thf II Senate s natf Being Deln5 P Part rt of the Treaty Treatymaking Ttat Ttatmaktnr fleatyrnakIfl
las making maktnr Power pOfr the nisht to Demand Demandof Dmand Dmandot
President AH Documents Dootient Bear Bearing DraInl Hearln ¬
ot the t hI Prsldrnt 1 Doolents
ing Inl ln on ft Treaty rreatyHut rrat Bust Dlst of Washington WashingtonWAsiiiNoroN Washln5tonW WashIngtonVAi1NOTON
WAsiiiNoroN W TsorS Jon 28 21In 28In In the Senate Senatetoday Snat Snattnrlay Senatetn1aY
resolution olution was d accept accepting ¬
today a joint rp WI passed pl
rig H reproduction of a 1 bust hUlt of Washington Washingtoninp
I rs nted by citizns citizens of Fran France nd wmltr tnder tndering
rn inp to t the donors donor the thanks thanl of Congress Congresssnd Congrs Congrsnd Congrcssrind
rind nd the th American Amerian peopK peopKA ppl
A 1 hill h tf wna wn wn passed pl1d authorizing autlorzing the Seer Src e etary t ttar etArY
tary tar of tho Interior to grant right rght of way wayfor wayfor wayfor
for piP 1ipt lne ilnes nes through trough Indian Idin lands landsjjr landt landtlr andsXIr
jjr Culberson Culhern Porn Dm Tex called cle up uphii upj upbli
lr the President for foranj rornr for1n3
hii bli resolution oluton calling calng on
anj j nr f correspondence crppondenc rrP0flddI between beten the Govern Governniente Governnentl GovernflIEflt
niente nentl at t Washington Wasington and Bogota Bgot regard regarding rgar ¬
ing In the tht HayHerran HayHerrn and HayBunau HayBunauVarillii layBunau layBunauyiria HayBunausarlUa
Varillii yiria treaties trEatis trenti A sharp discussion dlollion arose aroseo aroseOr aroseover
amendment offered by Mr Cullom CullomRep CultornRep
o Or r an aendment ofere r1 Culom CulomRep
Rep IU I inserting in ertng the te usual ue al l phrase if ifnot Ir10t ifziot
not 10t Incompatible 1 lratible with wit the te public publc interest interestMr intrst intrstIr
Mr Ir Culberson Culbersn and Mr r1 Tillman Tilan Dem Demfl DenicI
fl C cI Insisted Ilsi tP that the Senate nt being a part partof partnf partIt
of It the treatymaking tfatymnking power had the right rightto rl ht htto
to te all al documents in in the possession psEslon of the thoPresident theP5Ident theprstdent
President P5Ident hearing hEarng on a treaty Mr Till Tillman Ti Timan Tillman ¬
man declared Ifcared that tho te insertion inerton of the thophraso te tephrl thephraso
phraso was Wi Wfl in I the nature nntur of a 1 surrender surrendernf 8urrnder 8urrndernf
nf If that t1l right rght and ho did not wish It included includedfor
for that reason reasonMr reasn reasnMr reasonMr
Mr Gorman Dem em Md denied the theriargt thecbargll therbarg
riargt made by h Mr Cullom Culom that the tt roan resolution rso rsoluton roanlitlon ¬
lution was the outgrowth outgrwt of tho Demo Dcmorr Democrato DemorratiC
rr luton crato rratiC tic caucus was one calculated calculatd for par partisan partan partisan ¬
tisan advantage ad vatgo or that tlat Itwas It wa an attempt attemptnb atempt atemptat
nb insinuation Ilhlmtion that there was W Information Informationin
in the tlO Presidents PNidents hands which tim Fxecu Fxecutlvo Fxrcu Fxrcuth Exocutivo
tlvo th and the majority Uajority in tho Senate mato were wereunwilling wereuwiing wereunwilling
unwilling uwiing to make malt public publicMr publo publoMr
Mr Gorman went on to argue ariue that the theSenate theSnate theSenate
Senate Snate had a right to t any information informationregarding informaton informatonregardin informationregarding
regarding the treaty trety quoting quotnK numerous numerousprecedents numerousprecedents I IpreedEnts
precedents for the omission on 8ion of the t e phrase phraseDiscussing phraseDiscussing hrase hraseDisuSin
Discussing DisuSin the thePann Panama treaty trety he heltml intimated intimatedtiat intimatedthat td tdtbat
doubhatall hatall the cir circumstances drumstances
that there was wa grave doub doubthatal < dr drejjmstancea ¬
cumstances connected connote with 1th its it negotiation negotiationwere ne otaton otatonwere otiution otiutionwere
were distinctly honorable hOMrble and the informa information mform information ¬
tion was wanted to make It clear one way wayor wayor wayor
or lon theother The nations natons mae of South Suth America Americahe Amerca Amercahe
he said id were suspicious of the good inten intentions Intentons intentona ¬
tions of this Government Goverment and ho expressed expressedthe
the tons opinion that tat the United Unite States Stte would wouldDS wouldI05a wouldkse
I05a their confdence confidence and their commere commerce
DS well wel wellUnleSS ttir unless unll it were ere made madeperfectlv perfectly perety plain plainby plainhv plainby I
by the publication publcaton of all al the facts fat m I fri con connection conn connection ¬
nection n tlon with the revolution revoluton and the con connection conntllUon connation ¬
nation ntllUon of this Government Goverment with wth it itMr itIr itMr
Mr Ir Spanner Rep ep Wis referred refered sar sarcastically Mrcticaly sarastically ¬
castically to the disclaimer d clnmEr of the Senator Senatorfrom Senatorfrm SenatorromMaryland
cticaly from frm romMaryland Maryland Iarland that there thcrewBs was any political politicalmotive polteal poltealmote politicalmotive
motive concealed c ncea le in the resolution r6oluton Every Everyone
one mote knew he said sid that the tle Senator was wasutterly wasuterlY wasutterly
utterly without guile guie but ho was afraid afraidsome afraidore afraidsome
some uterlY other Senator on the Democratic Democraticside Demorato DemoratoBrle
side Brle ore might mi ht hereafter herefter if the Republicans Republicansrtelinea Repuhlcans Repuhlcansdlllc RepublicansrlACljnJ
rtelinea rlACljnJ to pass plS the tl resolution remllton without withoutthe wihout wihoutthe withoutthe
the customary customT courteous courtlous phrase phra insinuate insinuatethat insinuatethat insinuatethat
that they t1Y were w re actuated by partisan partsan motives motivesMr motive
Mr Spooner went on to say that the ne negotiation neotiaton negotiation ¬
gotiation otiaton of treaties treatiE was a 1 power conferred conferredexclusively conferrd conferrdf3ChI5ielv conferredexclusively
exclusively f3ChI5ielv upon the President Preidrmt and the theSenate theSlnate theSenate
Senate Slnate had no part in that function Ho Howould Hewould liewould
would not imagine prt the Senate had a right rightto
to demand dfm3nd of the Executive Eetutve all al the secret secretinstructions secretinstrctionl secretinstructions
instructions instrctionl to the Ministers Miniters and docu documents documeats ¬
ments of that character charater The President Presidenttoo Preident Preidenttoo
too was not the servant of the Senate Senateand Snate SnateRnd Senateand
and it was wa wa not for the Senate to command commandhim command commandhim commandhim
him except I n certain cerain legislative legilative directions directionssuch directionsAuch directionssuch
such as the execution executon of the laws laws Ac c It Itwas Itwas Itwas I
was therefore perfectly proper for the thePresident thePrlldent thePresIdent
President Prlldent to withhold wthhold any papers concern concerning concer concerntrig ¬
ing any phase phal of the negotiations negotlaton of a atreaty atreay atreaty
treaty treay when in his hi opinion the public publc in interest interet interest ¬
terest teret would not be served by transmit transmitting trnsmit trnsmitting transmithag ¬
ting them He le contended contende that tht the papers paperscalled paperscoiled
called cIM for in part partbythe by bythe the resolution reolution referred referredto referre pprs pprscIM
to tho HayHerran IlvHlrran treaty trtatj which was wa wa dead deadkilled deadkIed deadkilled
killed kIed at Bogota and not in any way under underconsideration underconsidertion underconsideration
consideration considertion now and the Senate could couldnot culd culdnot couldnot
not put forth forh the theplea plea that they were neces necessary necessary ¬
sary treaty to the ratification rtitction of the pending pendingtreaty pendingtreaty pendingtreaty I
Mr I Tillman Tilan Dem SC differed dtered from Mr MrSpooner MrSnooner lr I Ipooner
Spooner pooner on both bth propositions proposiions The Hay lay I I Ilerran
Herran Heran and ad the HayBunauVarilla HayBunauVarla treaties treatiesboth treatie treatiesboth
both concerned cOlcert the canal question qUfton and the thepending thependilg thepending
pending treaty could not be b acted acte upon uponintelligently uponintellientlv i
intelligently Itolgfntly without all al the facts con connected connecteO ¬ I
nected nete necteO with wih both bothMr bothl bothMr
Mr l Spooner Sponer did not believe beleve there was wa a asingle asingle asingle
single scrap scrp of paper in inhe the State Depart Department Depar Departmont ¬
ment bearing baring on pper the canal question queton which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would not be h sent to the Senate Scnte by tho thoPresident thoPrldeut thePresident
President Prldeut and repelled repelcd the insinuation insinuationthat iniluton inilutonthat
that I here was anything to conceal in re regard regard regardtothe ¬
gard gardtothe to the negotiations negotaton of the revolution revolutionThe
The pages and the employees of ofhe the Senate SenateLibrary SenateLbrnry SenateLibrary
Library Lbrnry vie kept ket busy bus for an a liour or orprecedents ormore ormore
more furihiug furnhbkig Looks uooks for the ctaion citation or orprecdent ofprececJns
precedents us to th the action acton of the Senate Senatein SenateI
in I the use lSP of the phrase phrWe if not 10t incompati incompatible inconrnatitIlO ¬
ble with the public plblQ interest and of the thePresidents thePrtsid thePresidens
Presidents Prtsid ns right to t refuse information informationand il formationand
and the desks deakl of Senators Gorman Bacon BaconMitchell BaconItchel BaconMitchell
Mitchell Itchel Lodge Spooner Aldrich Aldrch and andCullom andulom andCullom
Cullom ulom worn piled pied with them Precedents Precedentson Predcts Predctson
on both tides of the thf question quston wore read readby readhy readby
by those Senators Some of them went wentas wenta
as a far flr back as a the Administration Administraton of Presi President Prsi Prsid Presilent ¬
dent d nt Washington Washingtonr Wwhington WwhingtonIr
> r r t r ii iicdents
Mr Ir Lodge after quoting numerols numerous prec precedent preeedents
cdents edent asserted 85prtrd that t rluotn lt the Senate Sfnat might mightlegally miht mihtIllaly mightlegally
legally Illaly call cal upon the President Prtsldent for papers papersin
in connection connEction with a treaty but the pBpT Presi President Prsi Prsiefnt President ¬
dent efnt had an equal nal right h legally lealy to withhold withholdany withholdalY
any alY that that in his hi judgment ud r ment would ould in any fny way wayaffect wayafect wayaffect
affect afect the public publc welfare The resolution resolutionundur rfsluton rfslutonIldif resolutionundc
undur Ildif consideration conideraton without witholt including
the phrase was not only lacking in courtesy
hut was wa in tht th nature of a demand dpmand and he hedid hedid hedid
did not think it was wa a good go thing to adopt adopta
a I demand unless uness them was as power to en ¬
force it itMr itr ItMr
Mr r Bacon Bcon Dem Ga made a long argu argument arguelt argunent ¬
ment elt to maintain the right of the thf Senate Senateto Senat
to demand information of the President Presidenthat Prsident Prsident1r
Mr 1r Spooner repled replied taking tlt the positon position
that in all al requests rtqUEatB of the President Pr 8ident for Ior
Information bfonatlon in its Is nature confidential confdenta the theSenate
Senate should invariably insert Insrt the pro prono proCiso
no 110 if in his judgment jud ment not nt incompatible incompatiblewith
with the public publc service spric Courtesy and ad fair fairwaling
waling this and the
daing required President Presidentnould Preidlt PreidltIllould
nould not be h placed in the position positon of being
compelled ompeled to refuse refu information Inrorlaton asked a ko for forby
by the Senate when the transmission tralmlssion of ofwen orJch ofmeb
wen Jch information inormation would be injurious to the thopublic thepublo thepubtic
public publo interests interestsThn InteretRTe interestsThe
The Te Senato unanimously agreed areed to take takevote tke tkeyotc takeII
row II vote on the Culborson resolution rEsoluton tomor tomorrow tomor tomorrow tomortow ¬
rowMr Mr 1r Proctor Protor Rep ep Vt offered ofere an a amend amendment aend aendment amendmeat ¬
ment to the Army Appropriation Appropriaton bill bi ap ¬
propriating J135000 130 for the purchase purhase of ofmy
my 2tV acres adjoining Fort Totten Toten L L L5ni I Iymg
lying 5ni between otwcen the post nnd Bell Bel avenue avenuewe
we land being required reuire for the sanitation sanitationLode saniaton
d enlargpment enlargement of the pst post and and as a pro prodJg prov
dJg lag round for the sebool hool of submaine submaineefen submarine
defence defenceMr efen e eIr
Mr Ir Lode Lope ReP op Mass ISI > introduced introuce a aequalize I
bril bill to equalize equalze the pay of retired officers officersrank OmCeT
of the line engineer pyor medical retre and
Or Orthhe thhe lne engier meialao pay corps
o of t the e navy with 1th ofcer officers or corresponding
rank un 3n on the retired retre list lst of the corepndln army armyMORALES army1mRES army1oL1
le fs Annie A oDe Relation Relntont With Wlb the Provldonit ProvldonitOoernment Pro1elonalGOHrment ProsiMonalGoernment
Ooernment GOHrment of Santo Domingo DomingosnivoTox DomlnroASI DomingoWAsI1IOTo
WAsI1IOTo ASI snivoTox GTO Jan 28In response rOponee to t an anJiquiry annqUiry anaqury
Jiquiry W v L Howell loel United Unied States Statesjtarg Statts
jtarg Charg dAffaires dAairll at Santo Rnto Domingo Dmingo city cityas cit
hs baa ° as Informed Ifored the State Department Deplrtmet that tht
t be has hs recognized reoglzed the te provisional proviional govern government gover govern3ent ¬
ment ent of the Dominican Dominicn Republic Republc tinder Inder Inderident
President ident Morales Morale The Te Department Deprtment has haseided
Decided eided to let this thll recognition reogniton stand There Tber
Ia a as a a disposition dispositon on its It part par not to recog recogfr
rcg rcgflzo
flzo iz ie the Morales Morles government goverment but blt in view viewSorter
L fr f Mr r Powels Powells action an opportunity will
acton wi
e gven given tht that goverment government of showing that
itates itatesSailor It tlP tlPr is IS deservig deserving 01 of the rrecd8hip friendship or te the United
Sorter Sior Sanchez Moralens orles Minister of ofMth
r rorelgn orelg AalT Affairs who was acredlted to the
IJnl IJnlibld tinftpd ibld Sttf States al ae Miister Minister acreied hld had an Intriew interview
Mth t Acting Secretary of State Loomis to
Actng Seretr Stte Lmle
bi My say Thofeatures The fMtlres featitrrje of the claim caim of the Santo SantoPjH t
Domingo omlngo Improvtmet Improvement Company or New Nework
lCIrk PjH ork against the Dominican Domllcl Republic
whIch nich is is s now nw being arbitrated were die disvi dls1e
1e tsed It Is 5 supposed that the principal
vi > itmess IIUe of Sefior Sior euppe Sanchez Sachtz In this prcipl country cutr
i to raise rale money mon for his hi government goverment governmentMi
A Republican Republlen Humorist rlst 4 From Fo Minnesota MinnesotaWho t MtineotaWho irnHota irnHotabo
Who bo Was Once a Democratic Demoerato Officeholder OfficeholderWASHINGTON OMeehoderW omeehoiderWASUINOT0Ne
WASHINGTON W A8HINOTONI Jan 28The House HOWe to today tody today ¬
day dy went Into i to Committee Committe of the Whole on onthe onthe onthe
the Urgent Urgtt Deficiency Dfciency bill bi and Mr Benny BennyDem Bnny BnnyDll BennyDem
Dem Dll N J addressed addrse the committee ommlte in indefence Indefenc indefence
defence defenc of Mr Bryan BryanMr Bryn Brynl BryanMr
Mr l Bode Bde Hep Minn lnn made lrde a serb seriocomic srlo srlocmlo serbeomio ¬
comic cmlo political poUtol speech spch in which he Invited Invitedthe Invite invitedthe
the Democratloparty to disband dl8b nd como mo into intothe Intothe intothe
Dmoratcprty <
the Republican Rpublcn party prty and thus thl make mke an anera nnora anera
era of good feeling felng Ho 10 said sid that Roosevelt Rooseveltwas Rooseyeltwa
was wa stare 111 to be b reelected rlect and that the Demo Democrats Demo Democrts Demoorate ¬
orate crts would wOlld be b in better bter condition cndton four fouryears rouryenT fouryears
years yenT hence henc If I they should unite with wit the theRepublicans tbeRpubUcn theRepubliasna
Republicans RpubUcn and make his election electon unani unanimous unanimou unanimona ¬
mona mousDemocrats mou monaDemocrats
Democrats Demorts taunted tunt Mr Bode de with the thefact thefact thefact
fact that tht he had hd once been bn a Democratic Democraticofficeholder Democratc Democratcofcholder Democratboofilcoholder
officeholder ofcholder to which Mr Bode Bo made mde hu huniorous humoru hufl000Uz3
niorous moru reply rply He told a number numbr of stories storiesillustrative storiesiutratve storiesillustrative
illustrative iutratve of his argument which 1hlch con convulsed convuld eonvulsed ¬
vulsed vuld theHoasewithujughtermany te the Hou House e with lughter laughter many times timesThe tme timesThe
The only opposition oppion to Roosevelt Rovelt he said saidcame saidcame id idcame
came from frm the Populists Populst of Wall Wal Street Streethe Strt Strthe Streethe
he called cle them Populists Populst he said ld because becausethev ble blethev becausethey
thev deal in flat flatMr fat fatMr flatIlr
Mr Richardson Rchron Dem Dm Ala Al attacked attackedthe attcktd attcktdthe attackedthe
the provision prilon of the Deficiency Defciency bill bi to pay paymembers paymembers
of membr members Congress CongressMr Congr mileage mieage for tho regular rgur session sessionof Ii0n Ii0nof py pymembr
Mr Lamar Lmar Dem Dm Mo discussed dlscIed the thetariff thetaif thetariff
tariff taif question queston from lrm a Democratic Dmorato stand standpoint standpint standpoint ¬
point pointMr pint pointMr
pintl Mr l Hill Hi Rep p Conn debated debtd the te finan financial lnn lnncll financml ¬
cial cll question queston and made mde an argument argment for forcurrency forcurency forcurrency
currency curency reform reformMr r10r reforniMr
Mr Ridder Own Dlm N Y advocated advotf the theconstruction thecnstrcion theconstruction
construction cnstrcion of an Isthmian Ithmian canal canalMr cnl canalMr
Mr Baker Bker Dora Dm N Y renewed rnewe his hisattack h hisattack
attack atack upon Boss Cox Co of Cincinnati ClncinU and andnskcd andaske andnaked
naked aske to upn insert In8rt additional additonal remarks rmrk on the thesubject thesuhjEct thesubject
subject suhjEct In the Record Recordupon Recordlr RecordMr
Mr lr Palmer Hop Pa objecte objected wher where whereupon
upon Mr Ir Baker Bker pave nve notice notc that no more moreRepublican mor moreRepublican
Republican Republcn speeches a he would be extended extendedin
in in the Record under unanimous unnimou consent consentwhile consentwhie consentwhile
while whie ho vas as in the House HousoWithout How HouseWithout
Without concluding cncludlmc consideration cniderton of the thoDeficiency theDfclenoy theDeficiency
Deficiency Dfclenoy bill bi the House Hou adjourned until untiltomorrow unt untiltomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowSTATUS tomorrw tomorrwTATU tomorrowSTATUS
STATUS TATU OF DR CRUM CRUMSecretary cnuuSreretar CRUMSecretary
Secretary Sli Shaw w Nays s1 He le I1eis la De F Facto oto Col Collector Coleet Collector ¬
lector leet r at the Port of Charleston CharlestonrftsniNOTON Carlrlton CarlrltonABIINOTON Charleatonsn1oro
rftsniNOTON ABIINOTON sn1oro Jan 28 28Soretry 28Secretary Secretary Shaw Shawtoday Sha Shatody Shawtoday
today tody in a letter leter to President Fryo Fo of the theSenate theSnate theSenate
Senate Snate replied reple to t the resolution resoluton of inquiry inquiryconcerning Inquiryconcerin inquIryconcerning
concerning concerin the tle official omcia status of Wilam William D DCrum DCrm DCram
Cram Crm colored collector coletor of the port of ofCharleston ofChaleston ofCharleston
Charleston Chaleston S C Secretary Sereta Shaw ad admits admits admite ¬
mits that Crum Crm was reappointed rtappolnted on Dec De 7 7the 7the 7the
the date when the extraordinary extraordinar session sessionot sesion sesiona
ot a o Congress Congres ended ende and Ind the tle regular rgulr session sessionbegun sesion sesionbegun sessionbegun
begun but he does not make mke clear oler whether whetherthe whetherthe whetherthe
the appointment appintment was made mde during durng the theconstructive theconstructve theconstructIve
constructive constructve recess re ess The letter says saysWilliam sy syWiiam saysWilliam
William Wiiam D Cram Crlm was wa appointed appinted Collector Collectorat Colector Colectornt
at the port of Charleston S C March 20 20il02 21 o
il02 1 anil a temporary commission commlRlon Issued IssuedMr Isue issuedMr
Mr lr Crum Qualified oualff by executing tlcuttnl a bond for foryWOOOand for5ooand foroooo
yWOOOand 5ooand oooo and took the tht oath of office March 30 30OOJ 30DOt
DOt Mr II Crum Crui was again appointed appointe Dec
7 1304 1 and hns glen bond in the sum of ofysoOOOnnd of5t0 of5Sl000nnd
ysoOOOnnd 5t0 nnd took tok the th oath of office onlc on Jan 0 9HUM 01ft04
HUM There has his been beln no third appointment appointmentnnd appolntmlntnnd
nnd 1101 no fourth fourh appointment The same sme In Information Information information ¬
formation Is contained contllne in a letter leUlr to th the Hon Honn fon fonn
n R Tillman under date of Jan 8 1004 and undwhich andwhIch andwhich
which n flman appears appear in the Congressional COlurt8ionl Record Recordof
of J Ian 2S S 1004 1004The I IThe 1004The
The resolution re olutlcn asks Is Mr Ir Crum now noW in inoffice Inomcl inoffice
office omcl nndlf fnd and if so o under what authority of oflaw otlaw oflaw
law AVIlllam Wiham D Crum Is de facto Collector Collectorat Colecor Colecorat
at the port of Charleston S C Whether S hether h hholds hholds he heholds
at holds bin position positon under authority authorty of law Is Isdeterminant Isdeterminable Iadeterminable
determinable not by the executive executve depart department depar department ¬
ment mlnt of the thf Government Goermpnt but by the thelndl thelndlcary Judi Judiciary tudiciary ¬
ciary and by th at only Ue is not receiving receivingray recelvnl
cary ray pa because of the provisions of section secton t7Gl t7GlNATIONAL 176 176X4TION4L
It I Provide That Tat Itaslneti ItoslfU Corporation CorporationShall CorpratlD CorporationsShall
Shall ShaI Oe Organized by b Congress CongressWASHINGTON Conll CongressWASRINOTON
WASHINGTON WA IISGTON Jan 28 Representative 28Reprlntatle 28ReprlntatlelcDermott 28RepresentativeMcDermott RepresentativeMcDermott
McDermott Dem N J today introduced introducedin introuOd introuOdin
in the House Hous a a joint joit resolution rsoluton providing providingfor prviding prvidingfor
for an amendment to the Constitution Constitutionwhich Consttuton Consttutonwhich Constitutionwhich
which shall shal stipulate stpulte that tht no State shall shallcreate shal shallcreate
create crate or authorize authorze the creation cration of any anycorporation anycororaton anycorporation
corporation cororaton to engage fngge outside the terri territorial terl terntonal ¬
tonal toril jurisdiction juridicton of such State Sat for profit profitin prft
in j trade trde commerce cmerc manufacture mnufatur or other otherbusiness otherbusinf otherbusiness
business businf except excpt banking bning and ad insurance insuranceand Insuranc insuranceand
and further furher providing prviding that Congress Congr shall shallpass sbal shallpass
pass pas all al general ienerl laws under which such suchcorporations suchcororatloM suchcorporations
corporations cororatloM may my be b organized organizd to engage engagein engagin
in business buslntss In two or more mor States and andforeign andforign andforeign
foreign forign countries countres and under which all allcorporate al allcorporate
corporate corprato power so conferred cnrerd may my be beregulated beregulated
regulated rgult < d controlled cntrolkd and forfeited forfeitedmake foreite forfeitedThe
Te The bi bill alo also provides tht that Cons Conress shl shall shallmake
make laws for the reorganization rlrgal1tlon of all allcorporations al allcorporatIons
t corporations now existing esistnl under uder the laws lawsof Jws lawsof
of 01 any an State and authorized authonzd to carry cryon cryoncmmerc on oncommerce oncommerce
commerce cmmerc beyond b yond the territorial territoral jurisdic jurisdiction jurisdicton juriacliction ¬
tion of the State StatoGEN StateI StateGEN
II He Goes to Darranqullla Darranqota and Thence Tenee Pro Pronerds Po Poret Proreeds
nerds ret to Bogota DocotaWASHINGTON BootaW BogotawsniNoTo
WASHINGTON W AS SOTO Jan 28 28Gen Gen Rafael the thespecial theIpecal thespecial
special Ipecal Colombian envoy fnvoy to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States HtatC who wh left lef Washington after ater informing informingSecretary infonlng infonlngSecretary informIngSecretary
Secretary Hay lay that his Government Govtrment would wouldinvade wouldinvae wouldinvade
invade invae the Isthmus of Panama has ha sent sentword lent lentword sentword
word from New York to Dr Thomas Thoma Her Herran Herran Herran
ran the Colombian Colombia Charg dAffalros dAalr here herethat brethat herethat
that he will wilil sail on Saturday Sturday on the steamer steamerValencia stemer stemerYalenda steamerValencia
Valencia for Barranquilla Baranquiar and ad on his hi arrival arrivalthere arval arvalthere arrivalthere
there will wi proceed proed immediately immeiately to Bogota BogotaReports Bogot BogotaReports
Reports from the Isthmus to the Navy NavyDepartment NavyDepartment
Department Departent say that tat quiet prevails prevais and andthe andthe andthe
the marines are engaged engage in obtaining infor information inor inormaton iriformation ¬
mation that will wi be b vaJudable v3udable in the event eventof eventof eventof
of maton land operations Navy avy surveying parties partiesare parie parieare
are busy also There is one Buneyng case cWe of yellow yellowfever yelow yelow1eer yellowfever
fever at Panama but it is causing cauilng no un uneasiness unesiness tineasiness
easiness easinessSERVICE esiness esinessmlE easinessSERVICE
It I fJlvw ivta OS lS a Month for oo 0 Dayi 810 110 for forTwo forTwo forTwo
Two Tears earl and 913 81 for Three Te Years YearsWASHINGTON TearsWA8UOTO4 rar rarWASHNGTON
WASHINGTON WASHNGTON Jan Ja Representative 28RepresentativeLoudenslager 8 8Repreentate 8RepreentateLoudenslger RepresentativeLoudenslager
Loudenslager Loudenslger Rep ep N J today toda intro introduced intr introduced ¬
duced a service pension bill bi It I differs differsfrom difers difersfrom differsfrom
from the Sulloway Suloa y bill bi in that tat It i provides a apension apension apension
pension of 8 a month montlto to all al soldiers sldiers of the thearmy theamw thearniv
army and sailors siors of the navy nav who served servedninety servedninety
ninety days during durng dunlngtheWarof the War of theRobellion teRehelon
110 10 to those thos who served FerJ two years and S12 S12to 12 12to 12to
to thOM who served three thre years and have havereached haerehe havereached
reached the age a e of 02 f years yearsIt yearsI yearsIt
rehe It also provides that all al widows wdows of sol solrate soldiers aoldiers
I alo
diers or siors sailors shal shall reeive receive pension at the therat therate
rate of J10 10 a month excepting excfptng those thos who are arewidows arewdovs arewidows
widows rat So of soldiers solder or ors1110rs sailors who would be beentitled beentted beentitled
entitled entted to draw 112 12 a month and these are areto areto areto
to draw the 12 12Diplomatic 12Dplomatc 12Diplomatic
Diplomatic Dplomatc and Consular Consola Bill BUIWASHINGTON Hi HiW BillW8Hr0TO
WASHINGTON W ASHIIOTON Jan 28 2Chairman 28Chairman Chairman Hitt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Committee Commitee on Foreign Affairs Afairs today todayreported todayreported todavreported
reported to the House Hous the Diplomatic Dlplomato and andConsular andConsula andConsular
Consular Consula Appropriation Appropriaton bill bi which carries carriesan
an expenditure of 1996600 1986 an increase of
28350 expndlture over the law lw of last year Of his thil thisincrease hisincrease
increase Increas 283 12000 120 is on account aoount of service servlcoin lric e eIn
in Panama Panaa and 11000 10 incident Incdent to the es establishment cctablishinent I ¬
tablishment of three thr consular consilar posts potl In InManchuria InManchuria inManchuria
Manchuria Increases Incres are ao made in in the thesalaries thesalaries thesalaries
salaries of thirteen thirtefn ConsulGenerals ConsulGenprale and andConsuls andConsuL andConsul5
Consuls ConsulsPrornollon ConsuL ConsuLItromoton Consul5Promotion
Promotion Itromoton in Revenue nnrool Cutter ulr Servler ServlerWASHINGTON ten1eeWASHTOTOt rn1r rn1rWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Jan 28 28The The President Presidenttoday Plldent Plldenttoday Free ident identtoday
today sent to the Senate the following followingnominations folowing folowingnomntion followingnomlnatbons
nominations nominationsRevenue nomntion nomntionRevenue nomlnatbonsResentle
Revenue Cutter Servlc ServlcTo To be R Captain CaptainFirst CaptainFirst CaptainFirst
First Ll Lieut ut Percy Perc W Thompson to be a aFirst aFirst aFirst
First Lieutenant Second Llwit LI Jt Waker alher W WTaynes WlaynO 1 1laynes
Taynes to be chief engineers enllnlr with wih rank of ofFirst otFirst ofFirst
First laynO Lieutenant t First Assistant AStstnt Engineer EngineerHoratio Enlneer EnlneerHorato EngineerHoratio
Horatio Leutenant N Wood and First Assistant AFslstan in intfn tn tnner Engineer
tfn Horato gineer ner r John Q Walton Walton1avt Waltn Waltnlay WaltonLeave
lay > Granted Grnte Fiftytwo Ffyto Midshipmen MidshipmenWASHINGTON UldshlpnienWAannOT0N ldshlp en enWAS
WASHINGTON WAS IOOI Jan 28 28Levo 28LeaVe Leave has been beengranted ben bengant beengranted
granted to fiftytwo tfytwo of the graduating graduatingclass grluatng grluatngclu grduatingclass
class gant of midshipmen at the th Naval Navl Academy Academyand Acaemy Acaemyad Academyand
and clu ad two of them Midshipman lldhlpml E 0 Fitch FitchJr FitchJr FitchJr
Jr and R B Billiard Hiiad bav have been ben ordered orderedto
to t the Santo Sante SanteGoests SanteeGuestS e eOaests
GuestS of the thf President PresidentWASHINGTON Peldrnt PeldrntW PresidentWA5UlN0TO
WASHINGTON W AS INOTON Jan 28 28Se 28Secretary Secretary Root Rootand Rot Rotand Rootand
and Got Taft TaI t Mr Roots Rts successor Iccor In the theWar theWa theWar
War Wa Roosevelt Rwrlt Department Dpaent at luncheon were wr today tday guests get of of President PresidentRoosevelt Prffdent PrffdentRwrlt PresidentRoossvit
The Te Legislature 115111at lre Besieged lsl15ll by b Members Ifmhlr of ofthe of1he ofthe
the Two Patriotic Organizations OrIRli7tO Orgniitzatlenslhe OrgniitzatlenslheIatiies Tlio Tlionames
names Ialt8 Win In the tle nrst 11rI Skirmish Skirmishllald IkirmlshhaIti klrmlshnahl
haIti on the tlIecv Mow Cw jerk ork City CI Treasury TreasuryAUIANT Treaelr TreaelrAUIANT TreasuryAU3An
AUIANT Jan 28 28horo Tliore is woo wo in li the thehearts theheart thehearts
hearts of the legislators legisltors They hey are up upagainst uPagainst upagninsta
against a very vor difficult dlttulL proposition propositon It I is isnot Isnot isnut
not a matter mter of mortgage taxation taxaton Neither Neitheris relther reltherIs
is It how they shall shal vote on the question fuEsUon of oftho oftho ofthe
tho Sunday opening of saloons sloons The TheGovernors TheGoverors TheGovernors
Governors Goverors canal bonding scheme theme pales palesInto palesInto palesinto
Into insignificance Inlgnfcauce as compared compare with this thismomentous thismomentous thismomentous
momentous matter nmter The trouble is that thatboth thatboth thatboth
both the Colqnial Dames of America Amtrica and andthe andtbe andthe
the Daughters of the American Ameritan Revolution Revolutionhave Revoluton Revolutonhave Revolutionhave
have established e > tablshe headquarters in this tls city cityand cty ctyand cityand
and have already alredy instituted a vigorous vigorouslobby vl vigorouslobby orous orouslobby
lobby Today Tody the Daughters Dalghters got in theirfne their theirfine theirfine
fine fne work among the Assemblymen having havingsurrendered havingsurendere havingsurrendered
surrendered surendere the Senate Selate to the Dames The TheDames TheDames TheDames
Dames therefore came over ovtr to the lower lowerhouse lowtr lowtrhouse lowerhouse
house and are mapping out a path over overwhich overwhich overwhich
which they they hope to march mrch to victory victoryWithin vlctr vlctrWihin victoryVithin
Within Wihin the next few days the Assembly Assemblychamber Asembly Asemblychamber Assemblychamber
chamber is to be the scene of the greatest greatestof grlatest grlatestor
of all al battles battesbetween battlesbetween between the Dames Dlmes and the theDaughters theDaughtersand theDaughtersand
Daughters Daughtersand and the Assemblymen now nowwish nowwish nowwish
wish the Jumel mansion had been de destroyed destred dostroyed ¬
stroyed stred when the British withdrew wihdrew their theirarmy theirarmy theirarmy
army from rrm New York in 1783 178 or that Wash Washington Wah WahIngton Washlngton ¬
ington had taken some ine other place for his hisheadquarters hisheadruaters hisheadquarters
headquarters headquartersThe headruaters
The fight fgh being bong waged waed between these the two twopatriotic t1O t1Opatrloto twopatriotic
patriotic patrloto organizations organizatons for the possession possessionof pos > eslon eslonof
of this mansion is one of the most interest interesting Interesting t ting ¬
ing that has has ever come before the Legis Legislature Legisl Leglslhture ¬
lature l ture So far the advantage is all nI with withthe withthe withthe
the Dames Today the Senate advanced advancedtheir advancedtheir advancedtheir
their bill bi introduced by Senator Grady Gratlyto Graly Gralyto
to a third reading and it probably will wi be bepassed bepe bepassed
passed pe early next week None of the theSenators theSenators theSenators
Senators has taken cognizance of the theclaims theclaim theclaims
claims claim of the Daughters DaughtersToday DauhtersToday DaughtersToday
Today Assemblyman Assmblymn Newcorabs bill billgiving hi billgiving
giving the mansion mnsion to the Daughters Daughterswas Dauglers Dauglerswa
was wa introduced Introduce It I was referred to the theAssembly theAsembly theAssembly
Assembly Asembly Cities Clte Committee Commtee When WeD the theGrady theGrady theGrady
Grady bill bi passes pae the Senate both measures measureswill measuresil measureswill
will il be in the possession pssesion of the Assembly AssemblyMr
Mr Newcomb is a member of the Assembly AssemblyCities Assmbly AssmblyCtes AssemblyCttea
Cities Ctes Committee Commtte He le said sid that when he hepromised hepr hepromised
promised pr msd to introduce the Daughters bill billit hi hiltit
it was wa from a a spirit pirt of merriment But Buthe Buthe Buthe
he realizes realzes it i is a serious seroua matter mater now or at atleast atleat atleast
least leat he regards re arrJ it as such suchMr suhMr iich iichMr
Mr Newcomb has h a habit of saying sayng that thatany thatany thatany
any bill bi that he h Introduces Intr uce will wl pass pAS There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are 150 15 members member of the Assembly Aembl Mr MrNewcomb MrNowconth Ir IrNewcomb
Newcomb is i is one of that 150 Therefore Thertfore It Itis ItIs itis
is hard to see where his hi claims clalm for so much muchassurance muchurno muchassurance
assurance urno como in il When he was wa in the tholower thelower thelower
lower house hou o two years ycaT ago the name nme of ofNewcorab orNewcomb ofNewcomb
Newcomb attached atache to any legislation legislaton did didnot did10t didnot
not 10t have any apparent magical mgical effect effectThen efec effectThen t tThen
Then however Mr lr Newcomb Newcmb was posing posingas ping pingas
as an outandout outadout Citizens Ciizens Union man manHe mn mnHe manHe
He says sy he knows better bter now nowSenator nowSnator nowSenator
Senator Snator Grady says lYS his hi bill bi will 1 pass the theSenate theSnate theSenate
Senate Snate Mr I Newcomb Newcmb says sYB he will m not per permit pr prmt permit ¬
mit mt the Grady Gray bill bil to passthe plsthe Assembly AssemblyThe Assmbly AssmblyThe
The chairman chairmn of the Assembly Asembly Cities CIte Com Committee Commtte Corninittee ¬
mittee mtte is Jean L Burnett Burett of Canandalgua CanandalguaMr Caadalgl
Mr I Burnett BUttt has ha in the past pat shown that thatwhen thatwhen thatwhen
when it comes to dealing dealng with ith matters mter of oflegislation orlegislaton oflegislation
legislation legislaton before bfore his hs committee cmmite he can use usepretty ue uepretty usepretty
pretty tine fne judgment and therefore it itwould itwould itwould
would not be b at all al surprising surpriing for the un unexpected unexped unexpected ¬
expected exped to happen and the Urady bill bi come comoout comeout comeout
out of the committee committeeBut commite
But Bu the members membrs of the Assembly are arepuzzled arepuzzle arepuzzled
puzzled puzzle as to how they can beet bet appease appae the thecharmin thechning thecharming
charmin charminclaims chning charming women who are adoting advocating the theclai theclaims
claims clai of both organizations organiztcn If I they thty dont dontpass dontpass dontpass
pass either bill bi tho Dames Dame will wi be angry agry agrybeau angrybecause
because beau the Daughters Daughtr are ar now in pos possession peasession ¬
sein session of the Jumel Ju l mansion mnion and there therelore therefore ps pssein ¬
fore the Assembly Aembly chamber gives glvf promise promiseof
of being bing the scene of a battle btte that will wilmalle wilmallethe promie promieof make makethe makethe
the battles bt le of Monmouth Monouth and Yonkers Yoner tame tamein tamein tamein
in comparison comparisonTo cmparion cmparionTo
To have hve New York city pay a 1 sum Ium of ofmoney ofmoney ofmoney
money that will wl be but little ltle short shor py of 2000 20
000 0 is i the object sought in a bill bil introduced introducedsimultaneously introducedsiultaneouly introducedsimultaneously
siultaneouly simultaneously in both bth branches branche of the theLegislature theIegiture theLegislature
Legislature Iegiture by Senator Snator Keenan KI nan and Assem Assemblyman Assm Assmblymn8ulvan Asseinblymansullivan ¬
blyman blymn8ulvan blymansullivan Sullivan Democrats Demort who hail hai from fromQueens fromQuen fromQueens
Queens Quen borough The volunteer firemen firemenof tlemel
of Richmond Rchmond and Queens Quen boroughs now nowwant nowwant OW OWwant
want the city cty to pay them for services servicesrendered servicesrendered tTices tTicesrendere
rendered rendere since the creation of the city six sixyears sixyears ix ixyers
years yers ago Bills Bil of this thi character have havealways havealways havealways
always been ben looked upon as 8 containing containingsomething containing80mething coptainingsomething
something good for somebody smebdy other than thanthose thanthose thanthose
those who are to Ixj 0 directly diectly benefited benefitedA benefted beneftedfew
A few years eal ago tho volunteer ollntlr firemen firemenin femen femenin
in the tht former towns of Kings county man managed mal loanaged ¬
aged to have a bill bi similar similr to the one in introduced Intr intieduced ¬
troduced tr ucd today today passed psed The 111 Hoard Bord of ofEstimate ofEtmat ofEatimatm
Estimate Etmat and Apportionment Apprtolmlent under ulder Mayor MayorVan MayorVan IayorVan
Van Wycks administration admiltrton adjusted adjuted the thoclaims theclaims theclaIms
claims at the rate rte of 6 a month monthand and the thetotal theI thetotal
total totl amount aount paid pid was wa something over
I 700000 700 Of that amount the attorney atorney who whopushed whopuhe whopushed
pushed puhe the bill bi received rctlved a generous generou pro proportion proprion proportion ¬
hence tho is looked lookedupon lookedupon
portion prion henc measure mealUT today today loked lokedupn
upon as a good god thing for somebody somebdy beside besidethe bsidel bsidelthe besidethe
the upn claimants climnts if it should shoud go through throughIn thrugh thrughIn
In Queens Quen county alone thqre thC there are ar over
1500 15 volunteer firemen fremen who 1ho would benefit benefitby bneft bneftby benefitby
by this bill bi1 and as the he bill bi authorizes authorzes the theBoard theBr theBoard
Board Br of Estimate Etmat and Apportionment Apprtonmlnt to tosettle tosette tosettle
settle sette their claims clims for six Ix years par past pst it can canbe cn cnb canbe I
be b seen el that over 1000000 1000 would be b in involved Invole insolved ¬ I
solved vole by the bill bi for that borough brough alone alonewithout alonE alonewithout
without wihout taking tking into intC consideration consldernton the theclaims thecaim theclaims I
claims caim of the volunteer firemen frmen of Rich Richmond Richmond Richmond ¬
mond borough boroulh At tho time tml that the theGreater theGrater theGreater
Greater Grater City bill bi went into effect efect the only onlypaid onlypid onlypaid
paid City pid Ci fire fre department deprmlnt was as in Long Island IslandCity l LslandCity lnd lndCi
CityNot Not Jot satisfied Mtsfed with providing for the pay payment paymaui ¬
ment for services srviCs supposed suppd to have been beenalready hfn hfnaleady beenalready py pyment
already aleady rendered renderd the bill bi also als provides provldfs for forthe fortho forthe
the tho practical prctcal establishment estblehment of a 1 paid pid de department df dfprtmtnt dl dlpartment ¬
partment out out of the volunteer volunter forces forcs now nowin nowI nowin
in I prtmtnt existence existenc in the counties counUts with the ulti ultimate ult ultimate ¬
mate mt intention intnton of placing placn the members membersin meml rs rsin
in the regular rgular city fire fr department deprment The Thebill Te Tebi Thebill
bill bi authorizes auth riz tho Board of Estimate IUmate and andApportionment andApprtonment andApportionment
Apportionment Apprtonment to fix fx an annual annul I compensa compensation com compensation nA ¬
tion for the members meml1T of th the volunteer olunter forces forcesin forCs forCsin
in the th two two counties ountes who wll may render service serviceas
as such in extinguishing fires fl or hold them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves in readiness rladineRs to render rndEr such service serviceAssemblyman frvice frviceA serviceAssemblyman
Assemblyman A mblyan Sullivan Sulvan who is a member memberof momhEr momhErof
raid that the bill billinstead billInstead
of the volunteer volunter fire fr force for bi
instead ILtead of imposing impBlng a burden buren upon the city citywould cty ctywould citywould
would in reality ralty save s it a alar largo 1 sum of money moneyin
in that it would do away with tho necessity necessityof ncssity ncssityof
of establishing estb8hlng the regular rgular department deprtment in inthe inthe inthe
the portions prions of cr Queens county in which it itdoes itdo itdoes
does do not now no exist existSenator existIenator existSenator
Senator Ienator Russells Ruelf bill hi to compel the thecomfortable thecomfortable I Icomfortable I
comfortable heating heatng of elevated elEvated nnd street streetsurface streetsurfaee trelt
surface urfae railroad rairoad passenger paRengtr cars in in cities citlt > of oftho ot ofthe
the first fIt class claS was reported favorably in inthe inthe inthe
the Senate Senatl today from the Committee ComritEe on onCodes onCoM onCodes
Codes CoM The original bill hJ was wa defectively defectivelydrafted defftlelydraftNl defectivelydrafted
drafted so the committee commltel reported reporter a new newbill MWbi newbill
bill bi It I adds a new new section atlon to the Penal PenalCode PenalCoe PenalCode
Code Coe which applies applei only to roads that are arenot arenot arenot
not propelled proplEd by steam fteam power The Te bill billmakes bi billsnakes
makes make it a misdemeanor for any street or orelevated ordelte orelevated
elevated delte railroad rairold msdemenor company to have it Is Its oars oarsheated earsheated art
heated htate at a temperature tempEroture less 1E11 than fifty fiftydecrees tfty tftydf fiftyde4rees
decrees decreesSenator
df rtsSenator de4rees
Senator rts Russell Rusll also introduced introuced a bill billwhich hi billwhich
which provides provdt > for the election leton of three threeadditional thrEf thrEfaddiional threeadditIonal
additional city civ court Justices JuAtle in New ew York Yorkcity Yorkciv Yorkcity
addiional city He also put in his bill bi of last year yeariroviding yearrcviding ar arpr
pr civ iroviding iding for inspection In8pton of oyster and shell shellsh shellElsherg h1
sh beds bedsSenator
fs Senator Snator bes besSnator Elsberg introduced Introuce a bill hi per permitting permittng permitting ¬
mitting the court to strike from the primary primaryremoved primaryroll primaryrolls
roll rolls the names or persons who have die died diedremoved
removed from th thwere the district or wholo whose namei names nameswere
rlmoe were enrolled enrole illegally illegallySenator iealy iealySnator illeallySenator
Senator Martins Marin s bill bi incorporating incorporatng tho thoPersonal thoPerlonal thePersonal
Personal Perlonal Snator Property Loan Company of New NewYork Nlw NlwYork pw pwYork
York city was wa reported reportd favorably by the theSenate theSenate theSenateJudiciary
Senate SenateJudiciary Judiciary Judiciar Committee COmlitee Thodirectorg Thodirectorgare The lretoT
are James Jame Burrell Burrel Alexander P Dyle DyleMalcom DyleMalcom DyleMalcom
Malcom W Nlyer Nver Niver John J Fenton Ftnton and andRobert andRobtr andRobert
Robert Robtr B Noohey NooheyAt Noney NoneyAt
of William D Homblower Homblowerof
At the request Wiiam Horblower Horblowerof
of New York reuet city cty Assemblyman Asemblyan Fish Filh has hasintroduced hasintrouct hasintroduced
introduced introuct a a bill bi amending the Constitution Constitutionso Con ttton tttonf
so f as O to give the Court of Appeals Ap right rightto rlgbtt
to t review the facts factf in all al cases C8O that come cornabefore comebeor comabefore
the court courtcannot courtcannot courtcannot
before that court cour At present preent
beor cannot review facts rat where wlere the Appellate AppellateDivision Appelte AppelteDlvalon AppellateDivision
Division rvf has unanimously confirmed confed the thefacte thefacts
facts Dlvalon In the case Te The Cmt Court or Appal Appeals
has huHl in a a number n jibrollnttce of Instances Iasta a upheld uph ld the thodecisions thedeiions th thdecisionsot
decisions deiions of the lower court curt but at the same sametime sme smetm sametim
time tim has said it would have reversed the thedecisions thedeision thedecisions
decisions deision tm had ha sl It been ben empowered rever to review reviewtho rview rviewthe reviewthe
the facts The cases c as empwere a a 1 rule rle are referees refereesreports rltrC refereesreports
reports reprts which have been ben confirmed confme by the thelower thelower thelower
lower courts courtsAssemblyman courtsAsemblyman courtsAssemblyman
Assemblyman Asemblyman Adams Introduced Introuc a a bill billconferring bl billconferring
conferring the rank of police polce sergeant sergeanton sereaflton erg ant anton
on city cnerng all al probationary probatonary officers ofcr in New Yorkciy York Yorkcity xorkCltLsemblyinan
ciy CltLsemblyinan Assemblyman Aemblyman Sullivan Sulan introduced introuce a bill billproviding hmproviding billproviding
providing that no telephone telaplWle company companyshall companyIhal companyshall
Ihal shall charge char e more mor for talking taldng from one oneborough oneborugh oneborough
borough borugh to another in Now York city cty than thanis thanil
is il charged between places plae in the same sameborough Hameborough sameborough
borough for a five fve minute yinute conversation conversationAHHOinblyman convefation convefationAHtembhman conversationAssomblsrnan
AHHOinblyman AHtembhman Wallace Wall i aliace e has ha Introduced Introducedthe IntloucP
the bill bi of Iwt last year YEar fixing the compensation compensationof
of armory employees emploree fxinj in I New oompnaton oompnatonof York ork and andBrooklyn andBrooklyn andBrooklyn
Brooklyn at 3 a day instead Insted of 2 3Assemblyman 2AHemblymn 2Assemblyman
Assemblyman AHemblymn Remsen Rep ep Kings Kingswill Kinswi Kingswill
will wi once onl more mor try to secure seour better beter pay for forthe fortho br brtime
the prison keepers IIleper of New York city cty He Hehas le Hehas
has 111 pron reintroduced rintroduce his bill bi grading the thekeepers thekelpers thekeepers
keepers kelpers into five f ve grades rlleR The first fft grado gradokeepers gradokcepeT gradekeepers
keepers kcepeT shall shal receive reeive a salary salar of 1200 1200second 120 1200ROcOfll
second oold 1100 IIOj third thir 1000 10 fourth fouh 000 000fifth 000tfh 900fifth
fifth tfh 10 800 800Assemblyman sooAssemblyman
Assemblyman Assemhlymn Hewitt Hewit Rep Cayuga Cayugastands Cagatands Cayugastands
stands sponsor sponor for the first frt eI anticigarette anticigarettebill antcigarete antcigaretebi
bill bi of the session Iefsion This Ths was wa the favorite favoritecorporation favorie favoriecororaton favoritecorporation
corporation valentine valentne of Little Ittle Tim TimSullivan TimSul TimSullivan
Sullivan Sul cororaton van when he was wa a member of the theAssembly theASfembly theAssembly
Assembly AssemblyPASSENGERS ASfembly ASfembly1SSImmS Assemblylt
PASSENGERS lt BAGGAGE BAGGAGETreasury ntot ntotTeasur BtGGtJITreasury
Treasury Teasur Clrcnlar That Tat Is Expected Expeetd to toFacilitate tol toEsellit
l Esellit Facilitate aeUtatt ate Examination ExaminationWASHINGTON Eumlnatol ExanhlnationVAsIrnoro
WASHINGTON WASfNOTON Jan 28 281he 28The The Secretary Secretaryof
of the Treasury Trtaury today tody sent out to to col collectors colletors collectors ¬
lectors letors of customs custom copies of a 1 circular circularto
to passengers passengel giving full ful instructions instructionsas Iml ructons ructonsas
as to the law and regulations rlgulatons affecting afectng
the baggage bggago of passengers returning rtturnlng to totliw tothi totlif
tliw thi tlif country from psengers abroad The circular circularis
is to be mailed mltd under official oltlal cover to each eachperson pach pachprson eachperson
person person prson registered regitered assailing as salnK sailing on foreign foreignbound roreignbound foreignbound
bound vessels vEsell torn American ports the theaddress theaddres theaddress
address addres being 5m on the list lst furnished furished by
tIme agents of the steamtahp lines lnes It I is isthe isthe isthe
the expectation expecaton of the Treasury Trllur Depart Department Dpar Departmont ¬
ment that the distribution distributon of this circular circularwill circularil circularwill
will il greatly greaty facilitate facltate the examination examinationof examiaton examiatonof
of palsenger passengers baggage at the pert of New Newa NewYork NewYork
York a KIN unu and that there thEro will wi be prt much less lessfriction le lessfriction
friction fricton in enforcing Enrorclng the law lawThe lawTh lawTime
The Th circular advises advie passengers paslngeT on onmany onmany onmany
many points ints regarding regaring the law and the theregulations theregulatons theregulations
regulations regulatons and tells tell them how they can canby canby canby
by preparation preparaton before landing greatly greaty
facilitate facitate the tho customs inspection both in intheir Intheir intheir
their own interest interet and the interest interet of the theGovernment theGovernment I
Government Goverment Among other things thing pas passengers passenger passengers ¬
sengers senger are requested to prepare in advance advancef ad vance I Iof
of f landing a list lst of articles IrlclC contained containe in intheir Intheir Intheir
their personal baggage and to hand that thatlist thatlit thatlist
list lit to the inspectors InJtors on the wharves wharve They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are also advised advIe to preserve preerve the receipts receiptsfor reeipts reeiptsfor
for money paid for articles artice purchased purchasedwhile purchaed purchaedvhil purchasedwhile
while vhil abroad abroadSecretary abroadSecretary abroadSecretary
Secretary Shaw Shlw also made public publictoday publo publotoday publictoday
today the text of a letter sent by him on onJan onJon onJan
Jan 7 last lat to the Collector Colecor of Customs Customsat Cltoms Cltomsat
at New York In this
thi letter leter the Secretary Secretarycalls Secretarycall Secretarycalls
calls call attention attenton to the decision deciion of the second secondCircuit secondCircuit secondCircuit
Circuit Court of Appeals Appels in the famous famouspearl famoui famousicr1
pearl perl necklace neklac cases ClfS He adds the fol following following following ¬
lowing explanation explanaton of the law relating relatingto
to passengers plenger baggage baggageA baggagere81dent
A resident of tho United States returning
thereto Is Ii entitled enUt1 to bring with him returnlnl free ot otlutr
duty lutr personal effects effets taken aboard by him himus hll hiiiias
us u baggage laggale provided they have la e not 10t been beenremodelled bl1 besimremodelled
remodelled rerodeUl1 or Improved Ilproe abroad luroad so as to in increase increase increase ¬
crease their value and In II addition addltou thereto theretoarticles theretoartces theretoarticles
artces articles rlrrhasO purchased purchased or otherwise e obtained obtainednbroad obtallt1 obtallt1Ibrond obtainedebroad
nbroad Ibrond or 0 a total value not exceeding iluo iluoSuch Sto itcoSuch
Such lch articles urtcesla may be for the use of the person personbringing personbringing personbringIng
bringing them or for others but blt not for stile siileCustoms sulf stileCustoms
Customs CustOIS officials otncllis are instructed in trudtt to Inquire Inquireinto InquireInto inquireInto
into the bona bOI tides tdp O of the journey journe and the theactual theatlll theatIlill
actual atlll ownership of the goods foods Either the thepresence thoprCnce timepresence
presence prCnce of an ni unusual 1118uol amount Iluount of nny class classof das8of classof
of highly dutiable dutable merchandise merchlldise or frequent frequentand CreQuentane frequentand
and hasty journeys Is sufficient to raise the thepresumption thepresulpton thepresitimiption
presumption ane presulpton of had faith falth Such Sld I canes a will willbe wi willhe
he subjected 5ubJeete to most careful scrutiny and andprosecution andprosecuton andprosecution
prosecution prosecutionTRUSTEES prosecuton prosecutonTIS1ES prosecutionTRISTEES
Special Splflal Meeting leet1 to Decide Dccldeon on o New e ew General GeneralAgent Generalcent GeneralAgent
Agent cent In Place of the lie Late Lte Dr Curry CurryWASHINGTON CurryVAstmuoros urr urrW
WASHINGTON W ABINGTON Jan Ja 27 27The The Te trustees trstees of ofthe 0 ofthe f fthe
the Peabody Pebd Educational Eucatonal Fund held a aspecial 1 1speil aspecial
special speil meeting meetng at the Arlington Arlgton Hotel Hoteltoday 10 Hoteltoday tel teltoda
today toda to t decide upon the appointment appointmentof appintment appintmentof
of a new general upn agent for the board boardChief boardChief boardChiiefJustice
Chief ChiiefJustice Justice Justce Fuller Fuler Fuhlerpresidedtat presided prcde at the meeting meetingnnd motng motngand
and among aIonj tlioso thos thosepresent present presnt were J Pierporit PierporitMorgan Pierpontlorjan lierpontMorgan
Morgan lorjan of Now Ke York Samuel A Grlen Grlenof ireen ireenof ireenof
of Massachusetts laachusUs James D Porter of Ten Tennessee lennessee en ennesee ¬
nessee nesee William Wilam A Courtenay Courtena of South SouthCarolina SouthCarolna SouthCarolina
Carolina Carolna Henderson M Somerville Smenie of ofAlabama ofAlahama ofAlabama
Alabama Charles E Fenner of Louisiana LouisianaDaniel Luisiana LuisianaDaniel LouisianaDaniel
Daniel C Gilman Oiman of 01 Maryland 1arllnd Senator SenatorWetmoro SenatorWetmoro SenatorVetrnore
Wetmoro of Rhode Rode Island Islad Senator Hoar Hoarof Hoarof Hoarof
of Massachusetts 1aSchuteUs Former ormlr Secretary of ofState ofState ofState
State Olnoy of Massachusetts Maehusots Bishop
Doane of Albany and ald Morris lorrs K Jesup Jesupof Jesupof
of New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The last l8t general agent aent of the board boardDr boardDr boardDr
Dr J L I XI 1 Curry Cury died inst st February
in i Asheville Asheie N C and at the last meeting meetingof metng metngof
of tho board bOI rd a committee comite consisting of ofSenator ofSenator ofSenator
Senator Hour lonr Dr D Gilman Glman and Hoke HokeSmith HokeSmith HokeSmith
Smith of Georgia was wa appointed to choose choosehis cho06t choosehis
his successor sucCeAr The Te matter mater is considered consideredof
of the te greatest reatest importance Imprtlce to the proper properdistribution prper prperdlstrihution propercIistriiution
distribution of the fund and it is not ex expected expected oxpected ¬
pected mediately that n 1 decision deision will 1il be beched eached im immediately hnmediately hamediately ¬
Mr lr Green Gren who has hi filled fle Dr Currys Currysplace Currysplace Currysplace
place since slnc the latters lattrs death will wi serve serveuntil serveuntil eneunti
until unti next October OctoherI Mr Green Gron was aK de defcirous debirous desirous
fcirous of being relieved reHeve of his duties uut but butwas butwets
was 8 prevailed premled upon by his fellow felow trustees trusteesto hubtel
to t remain as I general generl agent until unti next nxt fall fallAccording fal fallAccording
According ccorling to Mr Ir Green no decision decibiol was wasreached wasrenchtd wasreached
reached renchtd today by b tho trustees trltpes as a to any Iny
important matters mattrs concerning cncring the dis distribution lis listribution Liistribution ¬
tribution of funds fundsBills fundi fundiDis fundsilills
Bills Dis Introduced In the House HouseWASHINGTON 10use houseWA8il10TO
WASHINGTON BINGTON Jan 28 28Among Among the bills billsintroduced biR billsintroduced
introduced intrduce in the House lole today were the thefollowing thefolowing timefol
following followingBy folowing fol lowing lowingBy
By Mr 11 Small SmallDcl lcm V C eITo To remit tariff
duties dltes on OI articles Irtde entering entrlnl into Int the building buildingof buidlnl tarlf
of ships for foreign account Icoount or ownership ownershipor owntrshlp owntrshlpor
or of American Amerian vessels e sllr adapted for employ employment eumploynient I plo plonlent ¬
ment in foreign CorclKI trade tradeBy trarr trarrB tradeBy
By B Mr lr Morrell Morel lOop ep Pu PuIpproprialnl PubAppropriating Appropriating
130000 00 for the erection Erecton in Washington of a amonument 4 arnoiiumnemit
monument to the memory memor of the lute Hear Ttar Ttarrlulral
Admiral rlulral John A Pihlgren PihlgrenBy Dlbllren I
By Mr 11 Berney Derey Dew PI N J JTo To extend extendthe extlnd extendthe I
the Hen for mariners a to the
len sages gps masters mastersof xii5stemof 5 5of
of vessels vesselsBy vesselsBy esslh
By Mr Ir Lamb Dem VnAnthorlzlng VnAnthorlzlngnn ajAlthcrl1ing ajAlthcrl1ingnn I
nn appropriation of JISOOOOO tl2oOO to the thE Negro NegroDevelopment NPir NegroDevelopment
Development DenoPIEnt nnd Exposition ExpslUon Com Comlli pun of ofthe ofth ofthe I
the th tnltcd Inlted Stated StatedBy Htatlr Statesfly
By r Mr Tan nn Duser fern lrl Xev evA A reso resolution TP iesolilt ¬
lution lulon lilt ion calling cal1nl upon the PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneralfor Potma asterGeneral asterGeneralfor terGEner1 terGEner1for
for Information Informaton as to what extent articles articlesfor 4rUcps 4rUcpsfnr articlesfor
for that thlt Department Departl nt manufactured manuracture by con convict lonvlt ccpnvict ¬
vict vlt lubor have hlp been purchased purchasedBy pnrchasfd pnrchasfdRr
By Mr Ir McClcnry Hep Minn
ICleary Iep MinnAppro MinnApproprinting lnnAppro lnnApproprfatnl Appro Approprinting
printing prfatnl SinoOOO 1100 for the erection erecton In Wash Vsl Vslington IRh IRhInlton ¬
ington Inlton of a I monument nlCnument to the memory of ofAbraham orAhrahnm ofAbraham
Abraham Lincoln LincolnBy llncoln lincolnHi
By I Mr 11 ir Scudder Dejn De I N N Y YDirlctn YDirlctnthl YlDirseting Directing I
the thl SeTetary SITPtary of War ar to submit plans pflnR and nndpRtiiiat Illd IlldRUlllt andCstllfltlS
pRtiiiat RUlllt for a breakwater hrPlklter off or and to the thowest theft theeat
west ft eat of Hortons Point Long Ionl Island Sounr Sounrnnd SOln SOlnnnfl Soin1iinl
nnd for 1 fits he establishment ftnblRhmpnt there thEre of a 1 harbor harborof hnrbCr hnrbCrot
of refuge rcrul also plans for the thl dredging drfd clredglngofOreenport gin of ofOreenport ofOrplnprt
Oreenport Orplnprt hnrhor und Ind mindsterling Sterling Sterlnl basin basinCotin haRlnonn basinCotinsel
Cotin Cotinsel onn el for Maohen Opens C Case ur r for the theDefence theOefCnrt theDefence
Defence DefenceWASHINGTON OefCnrt DefenceWssnioio
WASHINGTON WASISOTON Jan 28 28Counsel Counsel unlel for the thedefence th thofel thedefer
defence defer ofel in 1 the MachenGroffLorenz lachenfrofIorem con conspiracy conpiracr eonspiracy ¬
spiracy trial made the openingarguments openingargumentstoday optninRargumentl openingargumentstoday
today today and placed its iA first flt witness winess on the thestand thestand thestand
stand Miss 11 Ita S Llfibhardt who was waschief waschief al
chief clerk to former formlr Superintendent Ruperitfndent RuperitfndentIachen SuperintendentMn
Machen MachenThe Mn Iachen IachenThp cherm chermThe
The contention of the defence dpfenc is il that thatlegitimate tht thtlpitlmat thatlegi
legitimate lpitlmat legi t Ima to business transactions tranfclons transact Ions occurred occurredbetween occurrd occurrdhetwEen occurredbetween
between hetwEen the codefendants codefAndnts and that this thisfact thll thisfact
fact was responsible rsponsible for the circle of ofmoney ofmonY ofmoney
money from the Groffs Grofs to Lorenz Lrnz and from fromLorenz fromIorenz fromLorenz
Lorenz to Machen MachenThe MachenThe MachenThe
The defence defenc expects fPfcts to take tke about Ihout a aweek I aweek
week ek and It is not believed the ease Cse can canbe canhe canbe
be given fn t to > the jury before hefoT a week WElk from fromnext fromnext fromnext
next Saturday SaturdayPresident fatlrdr fatlrdrPr SaturdayPresident
President Pr ldenl Recommends a Kite Hle for the theStatue thl theStatue
Statue of Kojclnsko KojclnskoWASHINGTON KoclnskoW ioclnkoWA5n1NoTo
WASHINGTON W nNGTON Jan Jan2SThePreident 28 28ThePresident The President has hassent hl hassent
sent 6pnt to Congress 8 a message mBge recommending recommendingthat recommenUngthat
that the pedestrian pEestran statue of Kosdusko Kosduskooffered Kocusko Kocuskoofcr Kosciuskooffered
offered by Polish citizens b be erected
ofcr byPo1sh ctzp erete on one oneof oneof oneof
of the corners comeT of Lafayette Layete Square Squa in instead i instead ¬
stead of placing Iacng there ther the equestrian equetran statue statueof statueor statueof
of Pulaski provided provide for by Congress It Ithod Itha Itbad
bad ha been bn recommended rcommende that the Pulaskl Pulasklstutue Pulaki Pulakistutue Pulaskistutue
stutue be placed in the email tman open space spaceon spae spaeon apaceon
between olen Thirteenth Thirteenthand Thirteenthand
on Pennsylvania avenue bttwen Tireenth Tireenthad
and ad Fourteenth Foureenth streets Kt rttl leaving leavng Lafayette Lafayettesquare Layetl Lafayettesquare
square squar for pedestrian pdOtran statues statue If I tht thtPresidents thl thaPresidents
Presidents Prildent8 suggestion luggeton is i followed rolowe there therewill therwi therewill
wi will be on the four rOlr corners crer of Lafayette LafayetteSquare Layete LayeteSqua LafayetteSquare
Square Squa statues statue of Lafayette Lfayette Rochambeau RochambeauTon
Ton on Steuben Steben and Kosdusko K0cuko
MSlmblfman AuesnbInian Ajaembl > man Newcomb Intnlattl Intlmmtei Tl 1at 1atJe flIt flItlie t tII
II Je lie Drafted Draftrl It to Meet Governor GovernorView GvCmorl GvCmorle GovernorsteSA
View teSA e A Legislative Ilblatho Leaderfl Ledt8aGov Ledt8aGovlellncw y > 1GOV 1GOVkiell Govi GoviMell
Mell lellncw Know It I Wmllelns WaHetngCalled Delorcailr Called Ill 01 ills Bill Bl BlALBANY DillALnAbeT BillAUUNTJ
ALBANY Jan 28 28Go Oov Odell haa ha backed backedand bke backedand
and filled fled again Owing Owig to the opposition oppositionof opPiton ppositlo ppositloof
of the AntiSaloon AntSloon League Lague and an the upState upStaterural upSte upSterml upStaterural
rural rml legislator legllator tothe to the he Newcorab Newcmb Sunday Sundayopening Sundayopnng Sundayopening
opening opnng of saloons sloon bill bi for New York city citythe citythe citytIme
the Governor has ha said sid that he does do not notfavor notra notfavor
favor ra vor the bill bi and that he tried trie tnledto to dissuade dissuadeMr dissude dissude1r
Mr 1r Newcorab Newcmb from introducing intrucng it Mr MrNewcomb MrNewcomb MrN
N Newcomb wcomb neither denies denie nor affirms afm this thisHe thi thisHe
He says eaysI sys sysI saysMI
MI I have but three things to say First FirstI
I will wi call cU attention attenton to what the Governor Governoreays Gveror Gverorsy Governorsays
says on the subject of home rule in i his hismessage hismlsge hismessage
sy message mlsge and also als that tha this tbl bill bi has ha the theapproval theapproval theapproval
approval of the New York county cuty Repub Republican Rpub Rpublcn Republican ¬
lican lcn legislative leg atve delegation delegaton second end this thisbill thl thisbill
bill bi is i going to pass paSj third thir this thi bill bl was wasshown wa washown wasshown
shown to Chairman Chairmn Halpin Hlpin of the execu executive exeu exeutve executive ¬
tive tve committee commitee of the New York county countyRepublican oountyHtpuhUcn countyRepublican
HtpuhUcn Republican committee commitee and It has ha his hi ap approval approval ¬
proval provalWhile provalWhie provalWhile
While Whie none of the legislative legilatve leaders leadersbelieves leer headersbelieves
believes bleve the Newcomb bill bl has ha the remotest remotestchance rmotet rmotetchance remotestchance
chance of passing ping yet they are ar amused amusedat amuse
at the seriousness seroune with which it is i being beingtaken blDg blDgtaken beingtaken
taken and especially epialy by Gov GO Odell Odel Said Saidone Sid Sidor Saidone
one of them themThe themThe
The Governor knew from the first ft day dayof dayof dayof
of the session that this th bill bi was W8 being big called calledhis cled calledhula
his hi bill bil The impression Impresion was a permitted permittedto
to go forth forh that Assemblyman AasemblymanNewcomb AasemblymanNewcombwa Newcomb Newcombwas
was wa drawing the measure meaue to meet mee the ideas ideaeof idea ideaof ideasof
of the Governor In this direction directionGov directon directonMOO directionGov
MOO Gov Odell Odel did not then cause it to be bepublished bepublished
published publihed thathe that he was wa not behind bhid the bill billand bi bIlland
and that he was trying to toprval prevail upon uponthe upn upnthe uponthe
the introducer not to introduce introuc it It is ismy Ismy ismy
my opinion that had the Governor Goveror told toldMr toldIr toldMr
Mr Ir Newcomb a week or so ago not to t Intro Introduce Introduce introduce ¬
duce that bill bi it would not have made mde its itsappearance Is Isapprnce itsappearance
appearance Mr 1 Nowcomb would have havethen havethen havethen
then apprnce known that even should the bill bi pass passthe pa passthe
the Legislature Lgislltme it would not be b enacted enactedinto enaced enacedInto enactedinto
into a law as it would not meet with wth exacts executive exe exactstive ¬
tive approval approal But the Governor need neednot neednot neednot
not have hve any fears We will wi save sve him himthe himthe himthe
the pain of having either to veto or sign signthe signthe signthe
the Newcomb Newcmb bill bi It I will wi never reach reachhim rehhim reachhim
him in the shape shap of a 1 bill bi that has h received receivedthe recehe receivedthe
the sanction nction of the two branches of the theState theState theState
State Legislature LegislatureThe Lgl > lature latureThe
The Governors Goveror desire to have it known knownthat knownthat
that the bill hil is not favored favore by him came camesomewhat camesomewhat camesomewhat
somewhat as a a surprise When spoken spokento spken spkento
to concerning concerling the Sunday opening question questionprevious queton quetonprevlouA questionprevious
previous to t the introduction introuctIn of the bill billlie bi billhe
he evaded evde giving g ln any expression expreeioD of his bisviews blsiew hisviews
views iew on the subject subjet But the te AntiSaloon AntiSaloonLeague AtSon AtSonLeague AntiSaloonLeague
League yesterday issued Issue a statement Btttment in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the Governor was wa severely setrely criticised criticisedfor crilclse
for his hit position positon and especially epialy as a he had hadnever hadnever hadnever
never disavowed disavowe before that it was U his hisbill hi hisidil I Ibi
bill bi But the Governor has ha shown how more morethan morethun morethan
than once that he is good go at changing front frontnnd rrnt rrntund frontand
und can shift shir his hil attitude atitude to suit ult the ex exigencies exfgenciO exigencies ¬
fgenciO igencies of the situation situationSome tluation tluationSome situationSonme
Some members memher of the New York city citydelcation cit citdelegation
delegation are not inclined inclno to look lok with withfavor withfavor wit witfavor
favor on Mr Ir Newcombs bill bi and they theythink thevthink theythink
think Mr Ir Newcomb is taking tkng a good goo deal dealupon del delupon dealupon
upon himself himslf to say sy that the measure is isthe isthe Lathe
the New York county couty delegations delegatons bill billAssemblyman bi billAssemblyman
Assemblyman ARemblyman Ierhom Perha who is Senator SenatorEtebergs SenatorEbers SenatorEbborgs
Etebergs Ebers Assemblyman lemblymAb h says he never neversaw nevera neversaw
saw a th the bill bi that was wa introduced Introuce s1 and he is isnot l lnot inot
not for it i Ho also als says sys that when it comes comesto comesto
to speaking fpEnking for the Twentyninth Tentyninth New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Assembly District he is I the one to t do doit doIt doIt
it and he will wi not delegate that authority authorityto
to any selfconstituted slconstute leaders leadersSenator leer leadersSenator
Senator Elsberg Elsbrg was wa approached approche by byMr byfr byMr
Mr fr Newcomb in regard to the bill bi but he hedid hedid hodid
did not IOt approve regar or disapprove difpprove of it He Hetusked HeIked Heasked
tusked Iked to be permitted perite to t see 6 a copy of the themeasure themeasure themeasure
measure but Mr Ir Newcomb Introduced Introducedit
it without ahowine It to him hm and it is not notthought notthouht notthought
thought that ho looks lo k with favor upon it itWhile ItWhie itWhile
While Whie Mr lr Newcomb has ha not said sd upn that he heintroduced heItrouce heintroduced
introduced Itrouce the tfe bill bi with the Governors Governorsapproval Goverors GoverorsapproI Governorsapproval
approval yet he has ha permitted permite the Im Impression Impresion Impression ¬
pression to be b drawn that such was wa the case caselie cueHe caseHe
He admitted that he had shown sow the bill bi to tothe tothe tothe
the Governor and ho added addedI ade
I 11m nm not foolish foolsh enough to introduce introuc a abill abill
bill bi which whih I know kow before introduction introucton will willnot wmnot willnot
not b b be approved of ofIn ofIn ofIn
In view view of this statement sttement Gov Go Odells Odellslatest Odel Odellslatest
latest latet denial is considered considere in connection connectionwith conneton connetonwith connectionwith
with its it it source 80urCl But it is in keeping with withthe wlth wlththe withthe
the way he has ha wiggled wiggle out of other otherdilemmas otherdiemma otherdllemmas
dilemmas dilemmasMr diemma
Mr Ir Newcomb in discussing disuesing tonight tonighthis tnight tnighthis
his reasons rClons for not making maing public publo before beforetoday beforetoday beforetoday
today exMayor Lows 1ows letter to him re regarding reardln rogarding ¬
garding ardln local lo ootion ion intimated intiatd that in inview InIew inview
view Iew of Gov Odells Odels oR repudiation repuditon of the bill billintroduced bi billintroduced
introduced by b him him he thought this tis was waathe wastIme
the th moment to publish puhlsh Mr Lows views viewson
on the question to neutralize Mutralze the effect effectof efet efetof effectof
of the Governors Goverors attitude atitude He le said Mr MrLows MrLows MrLows
Lows letter leter plainly showed that he favored favoredthe favoredthe
the main idea of the Newcomb Xewcomb bill bi to legalize legalizethe legalze legalzethe legalizethe
the sale of liquors lquor on Sunday Sundy in the back backrooms bkroom backrooms
rooms of saloons 1I100n customers customcT to t use the theside theside theside
side doors as the only ony remedy remed to op op police policeblackmail polkblaokmal policeblackmail
blackmail blackmailIOn blaokmal blaokmalOR blackmailIoR
IOn OR COMMISSIONER COUJls mR BAKER ttAKERBrotherhood BAKERBrotherhood RAKERBrotherhood
Brotherhood of Locomotive Ioeomotve Engineer EngineerRecommends EngineersHeeornnwnds
Recommends Deeomolnds Ills I ReappoIntment ReappolntmentALBANT RC3ppulntmrnt RC3ppulntmrntALDAJ ReappoIntmentALBANY
ALBANY ALDAJ Jan 28 28The The legislative Itgslahe com committee cm cmmite cornmittee ¬
mittee mite of the Brotherhood Brotherhoo of Locomo Locomotive Locomotve Locomotive ¬
tive tve Engineers EngineeT today adopted a resolu resolution reolu reolutlon reeolution ¬
tion thanking President Prsident Roosevelt for forhaving forhalg forhaving
having halg appointed appointe W H H Webster of ofBuffalo 01Bufalo ofBuffalo
Buffalo Bufalo a member of the Brotherhood Brotherhoodas Brotherhoo
as Consul at Niagara Iagara Falls Fals Ont OntThe Ont OntThe
a The Te engineers enplnrer afterward atterard visited lte Gov GovOdell GovOdel CoyOdell
Odell at at the Capitol and were introduced introducedby
by Odel Chairman Jerry Jerr Harris Haris who told the theGovernor theGOtror theGovernor
Governor GOtror that the Brotherhood Drotherhod was a par particularly particularh particulorly ¬
ticularly interested Interote in the welfare of Stato StatoRailroad StatoHIirol1 StateRailroad
Railroad HIirol1 Commissioner Commissione Baker Baer atid wanted wantedhim wante wantedhim
him rcappointedGov rcappointed reappointe
Gov Go 10 Oclell Odel tried tre to convince convinceihe the Iheengineen Iheengineenthat engineers engineersthat engineersthat
that he did all al that was in his power for forCommissioner forommis forCommissioner
Commissioner ommis ioner Baker by b reappointing reappointng him himand hm hmand himand
and said that it wan wa not his hi fault that tha the theSenate theSmate theSenate
Senate had not confirmed contrme tho nomination nominationGov nominaton nominatonGo
Gas Go Odrlli Odrl lleceptlon Ieeepton to the Initial Jalatore JalatoreAlnNY Legislature LegislatureATBANT are areAIBANT
AIBANT Jan 28Tho 2TA 28Theannual annual annuallegielatyo annuallegielatyoTlptOI legislative legislativereception legislativereception
reception TlptOI was given at the Executive EXlcutlvl Man Mansion Mn Mn6ion Manion ¬
Seven thousand invitations invitationshad invitationshad
sion ion tonight Sven thousnd invittons invittonshad
had been sent tent out Olt to legislators le itlator State Stto of officers 01tcers offleers ¬
ficers tcers Judges JudgoE leprosejitiitives 1 epresut4tives of Republican Iepublcncount Republics Republicancounty n ncounty
county count committees ccmmitees and to personal peronal friends friendsof
of tho Governor Goveror and the mansion maelon was wasthronged wasthronged wasthronged
thronged from 9 to 12 oclock ocok The Te guests guestswore guetswee guestswere
wore received rIC ed by the Governor Goveror and Mrs MrsOdell Mr MrsOdell
Odell and wives of the State Stte officers ofcT as assisted aeII asslated ¬
slated II Od1 tpd by Major H K Bird the Governors Governorsmilitary Ovtrnrf Ovtrnrfmitar Governorsmilitary
military secretary Chairmen Chlntn Charles H HMurray Bllrar HMurray
Murray mitar llrar ecrtr William Wiiam Halpin Mr Ir Ten T n Eyck Eyckand EyckId Eyckand
and Id Deputy Excise Exc e Commissioner Commilloner Healy Healyof lt ly lyof
of the tht Now York county clnty Republican Rpublcan com committee committM cornalittee ¬
mittee attended atended the the reception recpton The mew members mm mmbers mewhers ¬
bers of the Governors Goverorf military mitr staff sti were werepresent weapresent
present ns IR well as 18 many mn National Natonal Guard Guardofficers GuardofceI Guardomeers
officers officersCourt ofceI omeersCourt I ICourt
Court of Appeal JprBI Judges Judlrs Visit 11 the Governor GovernorALDiNT GoumorLDN GovernorALDANT
ALDiNT LDN Jan 28 Z8Thl 28The The Judge udgf of Hi HiCourt the theCourt theCourt
Court of Appeals paid their thei annual visit visitto vsit vsitto visitto
to the Governor GOIeror at the executive exeoute chamber chambertoday qhaber qhabertoda chambertoday
today toda The Thf Judges were clad cad in the therobes therobes therobes
robes of at office ofco and were headed hede by Chief ChiefUUU Cief CiefJudge ChiefJudge
Parker the others In the party partybeing
Judge UUU U 11 I V1 l J others > v prty prtybing J Jbeing
being Judges Judgf Gray OBrien Bartlett BartlettHeight Brtett BrtettHaight BartlettHaight
Haight bing Vann Cullen Cuten and Warner Judge JudgeMartin Judgellrtn JudgeMartin
Martin llrtn wan W absent absentRochester ahsnt ahsntRochestrr absentRochester
Rochester Rochestrr trig < rtl G A R EncampmentAUIANT Encampment FeampmrDtALfANt EncampmentAtnAuT
AUIANT ALfANt Jan 38 2SThe The council counci of ad administration administration administration ¬
ministration of the State Stat G A R decided decidedtoday decidedtody decidedtothy
today to hold the annual annul encampment entmpment in inRochester inRochester inRochester
Rochester on June 141 14 16 and IB next Presi President Prei Preident Prealdent ¬
of Invited Invitedtho invitedthe
dent Knapp Saratoga Springs
the council Knapp to t fix fx upon that village vllge The TheRochester Te TeRohetr TheRochester
Rochester Rohetr boomers bomers upn were headed by H S SRedmond SRonl SRedmond
Redmond RedmondState Ronl Ronlltlt RedmondState
State ltlt Medical ledlCI Society Elects Officer OfficerALBANT Omeer OmeerALBAN OmcerALBANY
ALBANY ALBAN Tan 28 28The The State Statt StateSooiety Medical MedicalSociety
Society olet today tody unanimously unamously elected elect Dr DrHamilton DrJlmlon DrHamilton
Hamilton Jlmlon D Wey We W of Elmira Ellapeldnt Ellapeldntand president presidentand presidentand
and Dr Joseph D Bryant Brant of New Ne York Yorkvicepresident Yorkvlpreldent Yorkvicepresident
vicepresident vlpreldent and reelected relt Dr D F C CCurtis CCut CCurtis
Curtis Cut and an Dr D O D Ball B of Albany Albny AlbnyBcrta u usecretary assecretary
secretary Bcrta and treasurer tMre respectively rpvel
Old M lian an n Attacked ttukN WyTwo ty by To Two Men feDWlh With One Onev Oneof Oneof Oneof
v of Whom Hil 1fI Been Chatting ChittingTwo CatlDl CatlDlTwo ChattingI
I Two robbers robbrheld held up William Wiiam G Gessner Gessnera GeAner GeAnera
a retired rtre builder buider 74 years year old on the stairs stairsof stair stairsof
of 0 the elevated elevatd railroad rairod station etaton at Tre Tremont Trem Tremoat
mont m nt and ad Third Thlr avenues aveQues early yesterday yesterdaymorning yesteray yesteraymorning yesterdaymorning
morning morningThe morningTe morningThe
The Te robbers rolbtr grabbed grabbd a I 100 10 diamond stud etudfromhlfl sLudtrmbMshlrt studfronihis
fromhlfl trmbMshlrt shirt front and were vere trying to go gothrough gotrugh gothrough
through trugh hlapockets when wilm George Hoffman Hoffmanthe Hofman Hofmanthe Hoffmanthe
the ticket toket chopper scared snrd them off offGessner of offCeesner
Gessner GOner lives in Boscobcl avenue now nowJerome nMrJerome nearJerome
Jerome avenue aveple avepue and was WI riding beam when whena
a 1 man ma who whoMt sat next to him began talking talkingto
to him himThey hi himThey
They chatted chated away until unt the train stopped stoppedatthe stoppedat
atthe at tIle Tremont Trmont station staton when Gesuner Gesunerstarted Oestner Oestnerstrtd Gesmanerstarted
started strtd to leave leae The stranger sranger Bald ald that thatthat thatthat timatthat
that was wa his hil station staton too He took Gees Geesners GISS GISSners ieeeners
ners arm saying he would help hElp him down downstairs downetlr clownstaIrs ¬
stairs etlr lest let he slip slipGessner slipGeasner lp lpGesner
Gessner Gesner looked up when they got to the thefirst thedt thefirst
first dt landing and ad noticed notced a young man be behind behnd behind ¬
hind hnd who sprang forward forard at a signal signa from fromthe fromhe fromthe
the he talkative tlkatve man The two bore bor him to tothe tothe tothe
the floor floorWhen foor foor1en floorWhen
When 1en the younger robber was wa trying to toold toget togot
get hL hand in Gessners pocket oket where he heha hehad
ha had Imethlng something Iko like a hundrd hundred dolar dollars the theold theold
old man broke away and yelled yeled for help helpThe helpTe hueilmTh
The Te Th ticket tcket chopper choppr started down the stairs stairsto 8talT stairsto
to t his assistance alstancl when whln the tho robbers ran randown randon randown
down the stairs arid ard disappeared disappare Gesuner Gesunerwent Ckssnerwent hllmer hllmerwentto
went wentto to the Tremont Trmont police polc station stton and left lefta let leta
a description descrpton of the men and told of Ills Illsloss Is Islo lilalose
loss lossLITTLE lo loJITTLE loseLITTLE
Old Style St If Badges for Nome HOle Cops Cop and No NoMore NoShore o oore
More ore Roundsmens Dunks DunksAfter DunksAter HooksAfter
After Ater a conference conerence with wth Inspectors Insp ors Cort Cortright Cot Cotrght Cortright
right rght and Brooks Broks Police Polce Commissioner CommissionerMcAdoo CommilonerMcAdoo CommissionerMoAdoo
McAdoo yesterday ordered that tho old oldstyle tld tldItyle 111style
style shields to restored to sergeants sergelnts de detectlve detetive detectivo
tectlve tetive sergeants srgets and roundsmen rundsmen Gen Genj GenGrene ConGreene
j Greene Grene when he numbered the patrol potroli patrolmens patrolmens
i mens shields withbig wlhrbig figures fgures had the thebadges thebages thebadges
badges bages of the other members memherl of the force forcej foreobelow forcebelow
j below the rank ran of captain fixed fxed the same samei sameway sameway
i way The Te Central Office Ofce sleuths the ser sergeants sergeants ¬
geants gents and the roundsmen round men complained complainedthat complaine
that the new shields shield were too big Further Furthermore Furthermore Furthermore ¬
more they tey figured fgure that the big figures figureswere fgured fguredwere figureswere
were an insinuation insinuton against their honesty honestyThe honestyThe
The Commissioner Comssioner also als issued Isued an order orderyesterday orderY0terdy orderyesterday
yesterday Y0terdy abolishing ablshing the Roundsmens RoundsmensBook Roudemens RoudemensBok RoundamensBook
Book This was another innovation Inovaton of ofthe ofthe ofthe
Bok the reform Ts administration admistraton A rounds roundsman roundsman roundsman ¬
man had to carry car a sort of diary diar in whichhe whichho which whichhe
he recorded reorde the time tie and place of meeting meetingthe metng metngthe
the other men on the force forceIn forceIn forceIn
In abolishing ablshing this plan Mr McAdoo said saidyesterday sid sidyesterdy saidyesterday
yesterday yesterdy that that he thought it unnecessary unnecessaryinasmuch unneessry unneessryInasmucl unnecessaryinasmuch
inasmuch Inasmucl as a the roundsman round man was expected expectedto expeted expetedt
to t note any neglect neglet of duty any way wa and andthat andtat andthat
that he therefore need not be bothered botheredwith botherld botherldwih botheredwith
with wih tat keeping keping an account acount of the work that thatwas thatwas lintwas
was done properly proper properThe
The Commissioner Commisioner also nll issued issue an al order ordercalling ordercalng ordercalling
calling calng the attention atfnton of the force fore to the therules therles therules
rules rles of the department regarding regardng con conversation converston conversation ¬
versation verston ilians Ilans with 1ith other policemen polclmen and civ civilians civIlans civihians ¬
UOPY 7ll Bl BlPfrml
Pfrml Permits Savings Banks Dnkl to Invest In Bonds of ofLtlea ofUtM ofUtica
Utica UtM Clinton Clntoo and anl Utnshamton Dnchamton H It ItALBANY nAANY ItAL55NY
ALBANY AANY Jan 28 28ntor 28Senator Senator Townsend Townend of ofUtica orUtca ofUtica
Utica Utca today introduced introuce a bill bi permitting permittingsavings permittng permittngsavngs permittingsavings
savings savngs banks bas to invest invet in the bonds of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Utica Utc Clinton Clntn and Binghamton Bnghrton Rail Railroad Hil Hilroa Hailroad ¬
road roa Company Cmpany Mr Townsend Townend said the thobonds thebondl thebonds
bonds bondl were guaranteed guaate by the Delaware Delawareand Delawae Delawaeand Delawareand
and Hudson Huson Company of which 1hlch Edward EdwardH Eward EwardH
H Harriman Haan is i a director dietor Representa Representative Repre5entatve ¬
tive tve James Jame S Sherman of Utica Utca who ia i a amember amembe amember
member membe of Gov GO Odells Odel Tapeworm Club Clubis Clubi Clubis
is i a director diretr of the Utica Utca Clinton Clntn and Bing Binghamton Bng Bnghtn Binghaxnton ¬
Railroad There
hamton htn ltoad Company are
800000 0 of the bonds issued iued in 1889 189 for forSO forye
SO years ye and the y bear be interest Intrest at the rate rateof rateor rateof
of 5 per p cent centThis cnt cntThs centThis
This Ths bill bi is a a departure depture from the estab established estb estblihe established ¬
lished lihe rule rue which whch does not permit permt savings savingsbanks svings svingsb savingsbanks
banks b to t invest in the bonds > of any railroad railroadthe rairoa railroadthe
the stock stk of which has h not paid a a four fourper fOlr fOlrpr fourper
per cent divident for ten years Ye proceeding proceedingThe preeeing preeeingTbe
pr The stock stk of the Utica Clinton Clnton and Ring Binghamton Bin Binhamton Ringhamilton ¬
hamton Railroad Riroad pays a dividend of 3 3per 3pr 3per
per cent centThis centThraoa centThis
pr This Thraoa railroad company compay owns own a steam steamroad stem stemroa steamroad
road thirtyone thityone miles mie long between betwen lisa Kandallsville Uan lisadallaville
dallsville dalsdle roa and ad Utica Utca and another thirteen thirteenmiles thiten thitenmie thirteenmiles
miles mie long between Clinton Clnton and Rome which whichis whch whchIs
is operated by the New York Ontario Ontrio and andWestern andWestern andWestern
Western oprato Railroad Rroa It also alo owns own eighteen eighteenmiles eighten eightenmies eighteenmIles
miles of electric eletric road rod in and ad about Utica Uticawhich Uticawhich Uticawhich
which mies is operated oprate by the Utica Utca and Mohawk MohawkValley Mohawk MohawkYaey MohawkValley
Valley Yaey Street Railroad Rload Company CompanyLegislation CompanrLegilaion CompanyLegislation
Legislation Legilaion permitting Pmllttlng savings banks to toinvest toinyelt toinvest
invest in such bonds as Ithe thesfl the usually en enhances enbance enbances ¬
hances bance their thei value aue from ten to Twenty twtnt wenty points pointsIt I
It is said that that certain cetain persons have been beenbuying hen henbuying beenbuying
buying up the bonds of this railroad raiload in inanticipation inanticpaton inanticipation
anticipation anticpaton of the passage pasge of this bill bi by bythe h hthe bythe
the Legislature Legilatue A close political poltcal friend friendof
of Mr Sherman received reeive 50000 50 for putt puting putingthough putting puttingthrough ing ingthrough
the Legislature a few
through though years Jl ago agoa agoI
a bill bi to permit the savings banks of New NewYork KewYork NowYork
I York State pnlt to invest in il the bonds Lond of a Wes Western Western Wastern ¬
tern railroad railroadMISS ralrod ralrodUS railroadMISS
Alte Alleges Libellous Lbrlou LIbelIousLSe tsc of Her Irr Photograph Photographtn
tn an Advertisement AdvertisementALBANY Adrtrmrnt AdrtrmrntALBAY Athertisement4LBAKT
ALBANY ALBAY Jan Tan 28 28Ilil 28Lillian Lillian Coleman Mom Morrisen Momneon 1or 1orrieon
risen a Chicago actress is suing pub publishers pubUshers ¬
Ushers Street A Smith of New York for the thealleged thealleged
alleged libellous use of her photograph for foradvertising foradvertising
advertising purposes The case was argued arguedhero arguedhero
hero before the Court of Appeals today todnyon
on Miss Morrisons appeal from adverse adversedecisions adversedecisions
decisions in the lower courts She seeks seeksto seeksto
to recover 10000 alleging that her herphotograph licephotograph
photograph appeared in Aiwslcta Meg Magazine Megozine ¬
azine in connection with a suggestive auggestivoadvertisement suggestiveadvertisement
advertisement of the publishers The ad advertisement advertiaemnent ¬
vertisement in question reads as follows followsIllustrated followsIllustrated
Illustrated new book Up to date The Theexperience Theexperience
experience of a giddy lddr typewriter giti in yw ywYork Newyork
York typewritten Good Is no name for it itSent ItSent
Sent In plain wrappers to toThe tcThe
The use of her picture in connetion connetionwith ronnertionwith
with this advertisement is ma alleged by the theplaintiff theplaintiff
plaintiff to bo libellous as indicating that thatshe thatshe
she was the heroine of the adventures hinted hintedat
at There is no complaint on the ground groundof
of violated privacy The lower courts courtsdecided courtsdecided
decided against the plaintiff on the ground groundthat groundthat
that the wording of the advertisement was wnanot wasnot
not libellous per se seCharges seCharges
Charges of Cruelty at Manhattan State StateHospital StainHospital
Hospital Not Sustained SustainedALBANY SustainedALnANr
ALBANY Ian 28 28The The State Commission Commissionon
on Lunacy has approved of a report on an aninvestigation anInvestigation
investigation of charges nwdn by a New NewYork NewYork
York newspaper of illtreatment of pa patients a atients ¬
tients bv certain attendants at the theManhattan theManhattan
Manhattan State Hospital The report reportwhich reportwhich
which was submitted by the superintendent superintendentof
of the Institution says that the investiga investigation Investigation ¬
tion did not develop any testimony I hat IliaCsubstantiated hatsubstantiated
substantiated the charges chargesTo
To Prevent Desecration of the Flag FlagWASHINGTON flagWA8HTNOTON
WASHINGTON Jan 28 28The The Senate Mili Military Miiitary ¬
tary Committee today made a favorable favorablereport favorablereport
report on a bill to prevent the desecration desecrationof desecrat ion ionof
of the American flag by its use for adver advertising advertising ¬
tising purposee by making such act a de demeanor diemeaner ¬
meaner punishable on conviction by a afin aflue
fin flue of oflO 10 and imprisonment for thirty thirtydays thirtydays
days A like penalty is provided for forwantonly forwantonly
wantonly tearing down trarapline upon uponor uponor
or treating with malice or indignity or orwantonly orwantonly
wantonly defacing or destroying the United InitedStates UnitedStates
States flag or coat of arms armsEstimates armsEstimates
Estimates for Sunlg Day lJa Natal Station StationWASHINGTON StationWsnnrnrome
WASHINGTON Jan 28 28Secretary Secretary Moody Moodytoday Moodytoday
today sent to the House estimates for forbeginning forbeginning
beginning the work on the naval station at atOlongapo atOiongapo
Olongapo Subig Bay aggregating 812400 18124410ofwhich 812400of
ofwhich of which 500000 is for a coaling plant The TheDepartment theDepartment
Department proposes to send 125000 tons tonsof
0 of coal to this plant which will cost when whencompleted whencompleted
completed 1350000
I 5 5Ancient
Ancient and Modern Ideas on onthese o ohec
these Interesting InterestingSubjects interestingSubjects
Subjects SubjectsUPTODATE SubjectsUPTO
For Purifying and Beautifying Beautifyingthe Beautifyinthe
the Skin Scalp Hair Hairand Heirand
and Hands HandsSocrates j jSocrates
Socrates called beauty a shortlived shortlivedtyranny shortliveultyranny
tyranny Plato a privilege of nature natureTheocritus natureTheocritus
Theocritus a delightful prejudice prejudiceTbuophrastus prejudiceTbeophrastus
Tbuophrastus a silent cheat Curueadcn Curueadcna
a solitary kingdom Homer a glorious gloriousgift gloriousgift
gift of nature Ovid a favor of tIm thngods tImgods
gods Aristotle affirmed that beauty beautywas beautywoe
was better than nil the letters of o rec recommendation recommebdation ¬
ommendation In the world world1 and yet yetnone yetuntie
none of the distinguished authorities authoritieshas
has left us even a hint of how beauty beautyIs
Is to be perpetuated or the ravages of ofPRC ofege
PRC and disease defied Time soon soonblends soonblends
blends the lily and the rose into this thupallor thispallor
pallor of age disease dots the fair face facewith facewith
with cutaneous disfigurations and andcrimsons andcrinisons
crimsons the Roman nose with unsight unsightly ¬
ly flushes moth if not rust corrupts corruptsthe
the glory of eyes teeth and lips yet yetbeautiful ye yebeautiful
beautiful by defacing the complexion complexionand
and Ills the sensitivesonl with agony agonyIf
If such be the unhappy condition of ofone ofone
one afflicted with slight skin blemishes blemisheswhat blemlabelwhat
what must be the feelings of those In Inwhom inwhom
whom torturing humors have for foryearn foryears
yearn run riot covering the chum with withScales withscales
Scales and sores and charging the theblood theblood
blood with poisonous elements to be become become ¬
come a part of the system until death deathIt
It Is in the treatment of torturing torturingdisfiguring torturingdisfiguring
disfiguring humors and affections of ofthe I Ithe
the skin scrp and blood with loss of ofhair ofhair
hair that the Cutlcura remedies have haveachieved haveachieved
achieved their greatest success Orjg OrjgInal Ociginai
Inal In composition scientifically com compounded cowpounded ¬
pounded absolutely pure unchange unchangeable ¬
able In any climate always ready and andagreeable andagreeable
agreeable to the most delicate and ecu senBlttve ecusuite
suite they present to young and old oldthe oldthe
the most successful curatives of mod modern modera ¬
era times timesFEAR timesFEAR
Digging Stopped Till Safety Measures Can CanDe CanlIe
De Taken After a Letter From the theninreli timeimurehm
ninreli Corporation to R T Board BoardNo BoardNoJroper > o oMroper
Mroper Precautions PrecautionsTaken Taken Letter Says SajnThe SaysThe
The officers of f Trinity Corporation are arofearful arefearful
fearful that the subway excavations in inlower inlower
lower Broadway will endanger the safety eafotyof
of the tower of Trinity Church At yester yesterdays yesterdays ¬
days meeting of the Rapid Transit Com Commission Cornmissicn ¬
mission a letter was received from the corporation cor eorporation ¬
poration pointing out that the foundations foundationsof
of the tower are only nine and onehalf onehalffeet onehalffeet
feet below the flagging in front of the thochurch thechmujch
church churchThe chmujchIhie
The excavations for the subway being beingconsiderably beingeorietIeraby
considerably below that point will lim n our ouropinion ourorlmimloim
opinion eiidutiger the stability of the tower towerand Uiwerand
and owlncto In ir 1 the I hu depth ii of ml tho I iti subway ii II bay trenches trenchesand treim C lei leia
and a lid the I e character elms ru or of tho 1 i soil ni I In I a that section sectionwe sectlomivP
we vP believe lelje there Is I creat gratlmimgu danger to t the ground srounoXnot I Inot
not only under und r the t 110 tower tow Cr but also along I lomg thfl thflBrondway th P PJIrcuuiwiy
Brondway front of the churchyard V Vdo Wi i ido
do not consider that adequate precautions precautionsare preeautIoniii
are iii C beinc taken t ken to protect the tower and andmust aulmiit
must respectfully request that Immediate Immediatesteps 4 4utpi
steps be b taken to t secure the stability of th thtower time iji ijitot
tower tot er against lie m Inst damaee dmrrti cc and to t provide for forsafe forsafi
safe maintenance of the soil beyond the possi possibility hessIbully ¬
bully of f disturbance cIisturIemn e or of the I he sllshUst sllshUstmovement 1 1izmoveiiielmt
movement movementCtiiiif i iChif
Ctiiiif Engineer Engmn ° r Parsons said that in inconjunction inconjunction
conjunction with engineers employed by byTrinity 1wrrinity
Trinity Corporation teryratitmm he no was determining determiningon
on plans for safeguarding the tower New Newplans Ne I IPhmuta
plans were being worked out carefully and andm andin
m the lhm mean time no excavation work would wouldbe P Pbe
be done near time church churchTills i i iThls
Tills letter states that the excavation excavationworlt excavationwork
work has not been done properly Pres President Prctsident ¬
ident On remarked remarkedI u
I imagine that statement was put in inthe inthe
the letter to provide a basis for a possibl possiblsuit poesibhsuit >
suit by the Corporation said Mi Boardman Boardmanof 41 41of
of counsel to the hoard hoardI
9 I am anxious about thin matter Mr MrOIT M MOii
OIT continued I know that the goil goilbeneath I
beneath the tower is all sand That is iswhv kwhy
why Ihavo I have felt that there Is cause for un uneasiness aneasiness ¬
easiness not to say anxiety anxietyTho anxietyThe
The letter was referred to Mr Parsons Parsonsfor Parsonsfor
for report Comptroller Grout said hn hnwanted fj fjwanted
wanted to have an official report from the thoChief theChief
Chief Engineerso that it oorld be rondo n nrecord arecrrl
record fhoiild suit be brought by the Cor Corporation Corporation ¬
poration porationMAYOR poration3141OR
Friend Irsf Him to Sock Damages for forIroquols forIroquois
Iroquois Fire Arrest ArrestCnirAGO ArrestCnimAao
CnirAGO Jnii Jolt 27 27Mayor Mayor Harrison may maysue k ksue
sue Coroner John F Traeger for damages damagesfor
for false arrest Pressure to that end is isbpinn isbeing
being brought by the Mayors frienclf frienclfHe iJ iJHe
He is also being urged to retaliation by his hispolitical hispOlltlttl
political associates They are angry over overthe overthe
the stigma put upon the Mayor On Sun Sunday Suitie ¬
tie day afternoon the Chicago Democratic DemocraticCluh DemocraticClub
Club will meet and at that time the Mayors Mnyoracourse li liCourse
course may bo deciried upon uponRelease
Release from the findings of the Coroners Coronersjury Coronersjury
jury in the Iroquois fire inquest may b he hehad < 3 3had
had by each of those held to the Gram GramJury GrandJury
Jury mid all those held may nba > prosecute prosecutoCoroner prosecuteCoroner
Coroner Trncgor for false arrest If an anopinion anopinion
opinion of Corporation Counsel Tolman Tolmanexpressed Tolmanexpressed
expressed today i is sustained Mr Tel Tolman Telman
man held IliaC the warrants under which whichthe whichthe
the eight persons were taken into custoiy custoiywere 2Jt 2Jtwere
were Illegal necause they dM no specify epeciiythe specifythe
the charge for which the porecns were ar arrested arrested ¬
rested He ilfelarefl that the Coroner Coronerjury oronrs oronrsjury
jury overstepped its jurisdiction in holding holdingpersons holdingpersons
persons not charged with murder or man manslaughter marslaughter ¬
slaughter slaughterTho
The first personal injury suit reuniting reunitingfrom i ifront
from the Iroquois Theatre fire was filed In Inthe inthe
the Circuit Court today The plaintiff plaintiffis
is Miss Lillian Aekermann lf > years oars old oldwho oldwho
who was in the theatre in company with withseven wilhseven
seven friend three of whom were killed killedShe i iShe
She carried a child whom she he found on th thfloorof titloorof
floorof the second lialtony from the struct structure i1 i1ore
ore and a nd was obliged to climb over tn tniron auiron
iron gate in order to reach a sinirwny leaii leaiiing kating
ing from the theatre She was soverel soverelburner severe severeburnec
burner about time head and taco tacoak SB SBasks
asks ak for 12110cr 2010 damages and names s sthe as asthe
the defendants the Iroquois Theatre Com Company Conmpan ¬
pany pan and mind the George A Fuller Company Companywhich omupan3 omupan3which
which put up the building buildingFor buildingFor
of tie tieBLADDER
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