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TIl THE SUN FRIDAY FEBRVARY 51904 5 1904 L 8
EXPELLED FROM PRINCETONI PRINCET01STUDENTS PRINCETONISTUDETS PRINCETONISTUDENTS
STUDENTS ACT SUMMARILY SU1HMARILAOAIXST SUJlJIRILY SUJlJIRILYWANST SUMMARILY4ait1XST
AOAIXST WANST CRIBBING CRnnlNG FRESHMEN FRESHMENFive JRESHlIEN JRESHlIENFlu
Five ElouKht Uou5h Examination Exminaton Papers Ppr Fro FroTownsman Fom FomTownlman From Fromlownillian
Townsman Who Wo Told Ills II Son to Ste SteTIIMII Steal StealTheft
Theft ThtP From 00 Printer PrlnleloUele PrinterCoHere Collece Walt Waltand Waler Walerand Walter Walterand
and Man Ian Who Sold the te Papers Ppn InJal InJalPRIXCETON In Jai JaiPnISCETON Jail JailPRINCETON
PRINCETON N J Feb 4 4The The pledgi pledgihonor pledged pledgedbonD
honor of gentlemen has ha been ben except excepttwo I n ntwo
two instances Instance all al the guarantee guaateo needeto needed need neededto
to to prevent cribbing crbbing in examinations exinaton t tPrinceton at atPrlnccton atPriuceton
Princeton University Univerity for the past pat twelve twelvyears twelvevlr twelvevearfi
student foreswore h hiionor his hisilmor hianor
years vlr vearfi In 1894 180 one foreor
iionor nor and and was WI expelled expcle from frm the uni unimsity unl unlvfrAlr univertity
msity vfrAlr Yesterday Yeterday four freshmen frehmen an anone ad adone and andone
one special student were dismissed dsmle froi froithe from fromthe fromthe
the institution instituton because beause by their own con cotfriwlon conIflion contfseion
friwlon Iflion they received reeive assistance aBlstnce in th thmidyear the themiryrar thetudyear
miryrar midyear examinations examinatons that are ar now on t tPrinceton at atIr atlriaetiI
Princeton ICOI and thereby betrayed thei theiown thllr thllrown their theirwfl
own Ir wfl honor violated violate the conditions condions of tti ttiuniversity the theun theunirersitY
university un crsiy and forfeited rorrlled every ever right tob tobknown to tobe tobeknown be beknown
known by Princeton Prnceton men as a gentlemen gontlomciThe gentemen gentemenThe gentlemenThe
The two men who furnished furnishe the assistanc assistancare aistnce aistnceore asaistanceare
are now nol in il jail jai in Trenton Trentn awaiting awtig th thaction the theacton theaction
the Monmouth Gran Granjury Grand GrandJury
action acton of county cunty Grnd GrndJurv
jury on the charge of receiving reevng stole stolegoods stlen stlengoods stolengoods
goods goodsAlthough goodsAlhough
Although Alhough the faculty faulty and ad the officers ofcerl ocers of th thuniversity the theuniversity theuniversity
university have endeavored endevore to t keep k p a aknowledge all allknowledge
knowledge knowled e of the case ce from the public publlitome publo publoIme publicsome
tome Ime of the facts leaked lee out thlamornlnf thlamornlnfand thi this morning morningand
and little lttle else has ha been ben discussed diu durln durlnthe during duringthe
the day da on the campus cmpul and in the town towiT townTo townTo
T To catch tch a 1 Princeton Pinceton man mn cribbing Is I a aration as asmush
ration m h of a sensation 8nsfion in this particular patoular patoularton set settion eection
tion ton of New Jersey as would uld be the success ruccoeiful eCO successful
ful fullootlng looting of the vaults of the SubTreasur SubTreasurIn SubTreasury SubTreasuryin
In New ew York It I is not only a 0 violation violationcollege violaton of ofcolege ofcollege <
college colege tradition traditon it is a violation violaton of a cod codof code codeof codeof
of morals and places pllc the violators vlolator outaidthe outside outide outidethe outsidethe
the pale of association qclaton with th their fellows fellowiA felo feloA
A convicted conicte cribber is ostracised1 oltralse even evn b bthe by bytIe bythe
the tIe college olee janitors janitorsThis janitorsThlF janitorsT1II
This ThlF T1II latest latet case of cribbing crbbing has b some dit ditI dlstrEAing distresRing
reusing trEAing I features reture Even members member of th thfaculty tho thorlculty thoacuity
faculty admit admt that tht there is a possibllitthat possibility pOiblty pOibltytIat possibilitythat
that tIat the te young youg men who ho were expellee expelleenot expele expellednot
not by a vote of the faculty raclty but by th thfiat the thefat thefiat
fiat fat of the te student body boy were perhaps perhapimore perhapsmore
more sinned sie against than sinning siing There Therpeems ThereFtml Therecoems
peems Ftml to be little ltle doubt that in I a way wajthey wayt waythey
they t were the victims victms of the two unscrupu unscrupulous IrpU IrpUlous unscrupubus
lous men who are now in jail jai These Tee m mare men menarc menare
are Thomas Tom alias alas Turp Tr Kinney Kney a waite waitein waier waierin waiterin
in one of the te freshman frehman eating etig clubs am amJohn and andJohn andJohn
John N alias alM Sport Thompson Tompsn by turn turnan ture turea turnsan
an a insurance Iurnce agent agen t and ad a piker at cards cardsThe cas casTe cardsThe
The Te examinations examinatons at Princeton Prncton ore a heli helitwice held heldtwlo heldtwice
twice twlo a year yearIn yearIn in February Febrar and In JuneThe June JunoThe JuneThe
The examination papers paper are ar printed prt at th1 th1office te teofc the theoflice
office ofc of the Princeton Prlncet n Prttt Prtll the weokl weoklpaper weekly weeklypaper
paper papr of the town The Te devil devU in thi thiPress the theltll thePrras
Press ltll office ofc is I the son of Thompson Tompon a leu leuabout lad ladabout
about 17 years year old According Acording to the story stortold storytold
told today tday by H B Fine dean den of the uni universlty unlerlty university
verslty erlty based bae upon upn Investigations Investgaton con conducted conduct conclucted
ducted duct during durig the past pat three tr days Thomp Thompeon
eon lon was 18 talking to t his son early earlyat last week weekabout wee weeabout ek ekaut
about aut the papers paper for the midyear midyar ex examinatlons exation exanilnations
aminatlons ation In IBM 10 The boy by told his hi father fathothat fathertat fatherthat
that tat they tey were then being bing printed print in th thPresf te tePa the thepleas <
pleas Pa office officeWell ofc officeWeU
Well Wel son sn Thompson Tompsn is I reported rp t thave to tohave <
have hav said Ild I want wnt you to t get me some o othose of ofto ofthose
those to papers papersI papl
ii I couldnt cudnt do that tht dad d replied replct th thboy the theb theboy
boy b without wthout getting getin into trouble troubleID touble toubleIn troubleIll
ID In Bee to t it that th you dont get into an antrouble ay aytrole any anytrouble
trouble trole said sid Thompson according acorig fr frthe to tothe
the te story sO1 you get some of the te papers ppr am amitll and andItll
itll be b all right rightThereupon rightTeeupn rightThereupon
Thereupon Teeupn the boy said la he would d dwhat do dowht dowhat <
what wht he could coud and ad the next day d y according accordingto
to the thaUegatlor allegations he gavo to his hi fatheicopies father tathercopie fathercopies
copies copie 1 of the trigonometryand trgonmety trigonometry ad and chemlstr chemlstrpapers chemitry chemitryp chemistry chemistrypapers
papers r for the scientific sc lentlc division diviion of the theruns thefrehn thefreshman
p frehn freshman cla class Thompon Thompeon 80 the stry stryr story storyruns
runs r hunted hue up Kinney Knnr and an told tld him hi what whahe wht whthe whathe
he had h Kinney Kny has h been ben around aoud the uni university un university
versity veity for many mny years yerand and knows know a grea greamany geat geatmny great greatmany
many mny of the students student Further Fuher than thn that thathe thathe thathe
he usually manages mage to t know about ex examlnation exainton ciamination
Uuy
amlnation ainton time tme what wht students student are ae llkel llkelto liely lielyt likely likelyto
to flunk Dun in the examinations examinationsThompson examinationsThompson
t examnton
Thompson Tompsn told Kinney I Y that there was i ichance 1 a achance
chance chc for both bth to make some money mony b bEinney by by8eln byselling
8eln selling ople copIes of the papers to Itudents Itudentswho students studentswho
who woud would most ned need ppr them Kinney fell felin fel fellin
in with the scheme tcheme made me such luch Inquiries Inquiriesas
as 1 would oul enable enble him him to t have definite defnte knowl knowedge knowledg knowledge
edge edg of the te weak brethren brthrn among amog the fresh freshmen frsh frshmen freshman
and thereafter to the
men theraftr according accring story storyapproached stor storyapproached
approached several with the proposition propositionto prpiton prpitont
to t provide prvde them with wit copies cpies of the trigo trigonometry trigonomtr trigonometryand ¬
nometry nomtr nometryand and chemistry chemltr papers papersIt
It is I said sid that tht fifteen frton p or pr twenty tenty fresh freshmen freh frehmen freshmen
thus The
men were thul approached approache Te majority
declined dee any of Kinneys assistance aAlstnco one onewarned ana anaware andwarned
warned ware him hm that tht he was Wi monkeying wit witn with witha
a n flroirn frr firearm which tiV l had orl a ml mighty hty LTu kic kick I it itappears Tl Tlappeara
appears appeJ that Kinney Knney didnt ddnt take tke the warn warnIng war warnlog
log Inj seriously seroully and finally fnaly got into touch touclwith touchwith touchwith
with four freshmen trOhmen and a special fpoial student studentwho ftudent ftudentwho studentwho
who fearing ferng the result of an honest ex examination examinaton exanimation ¬
animation aminaton were inclined Inclned to listen lsten to the thitempter thetpter thetempter
tempter tpter Kinney told them in substance substanceas fubstnce fubstnceI
as I the te tale tle goes that there was wai no reason rcosoiIn reaon reaonIn reasonIn
In the world why they shouldnt avail avuithemselves avai availthemselves
themselves themeves of such a golden Iolen opportunity opportuniy
It I was done all ai the while whie he Bald ld and no nobody nobody nobody
body was wa evor the tlO wiserfor wlsclror it What Wht woitho was wasflic
tho Ihl use of taking takln the oliancw dbance of flunking flunkingwhen funking flunkingwhen
when hen they could make their calling cn1ng and elec election ele dcc dccLion ¬
Lion lon sure by simply paying p ing him a moderate moderatesum moderte modertesum moderatesum
sum for a copy of the examination exarnatlol papers papersFinally papel papentFInally
Finally Finaly he made a dicker with theso live liveyoung Ivo Ivomung livevoting
young men tho specific spcfc terms terll of which whichhave whichhwe whichhave
have not been made public puhlc by which he hercould hewould hewould
would furnish furish them with wih copies cpie of the thotrigonometry theIri thetrigonometry
trigonometry Iri onometry and chemistry examination examinationpapers examinaton examinatonpapr examinationplpers
papers Ho reported reprted to t Thompson Thompn and andThompson andThompn andThompson
Thompson papr Thompn caused the copies cpie to be b pre prepared prepared preparei ¬
pared Kinney delivered deUvere them to his hiscustomers hiscURtomel hiscllstornerto
customers cURtomel Meanwhile Meanwhie some of the fresh freshmen frsh frshten freshitlen ¬
men ten who had hll declined declne Kinneys offer ofer die discussed dlsuMed dieciueed ¬
cussed tho thing thinl generally ieneraly Finally Finaly one onenf onenf oneof
nf them declared decare himself himelf To several of ofhi ofhi ofhl
hi classmates he paid paidThere coldThere aldThere
There is an honor system in tills institu institution InRttu InRttutfnnunder institulion ¬
lion tfnnunder under which the thestudents students Hytc pledge plege them themCWPS themRchf theml
CWPS Rchf l e to 0 neither give ive nor receive reive assist assistance lalRt lalRtInCA assistabbe ¬
ance InCA during durinj an examination examinaton So far as 1 I Iran Irn Ican
ran rn learn Ipar Princeton men have done all al in inthnir Intheir intheir
their power to uphold this system ever eversince everRlnce everMince
since it pwcr was wn put in force I am told that tht it itis Itis itis
is regarded re arded as I the duty of every Princeton Princetonman Princton Princtonmn
man mn to nee that tho spirit as al well wel as 8 the theletter thepter theiftter
letter pter of thin thl system is 1 maintained mintained There Therefore There Therefore ¬
fore Im going to Inform the chairman chairmn of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the honor system committee commitce of tho uni university unlerity uniersjty ¬
versity erity
Hi 1 classmates cla matel applauded the thl remarks remarksof
of this thl young freshman and agreed apd that he hehad hehall hehail
had HiiRgnsted RUIIffted the right thing to do In Inorder Inorder Inorder
order that th t what followed fololec may bo b the better betterunderstood bter bterundlrstood betterunderstood
understood undlrstood it should shonle Iw said Bl that in 1802 1802it
it was wal proposed at Princeton Princton that the stu students studentl iandents ¬
dents dentl themselves themslve should become responsible responsiblefor respnible respnibletor
for the honest trials of examinations examintion To Tothat Tothat Tothat
that end an honor system committee committeeconsisting commite committeeConsisting
consisting cOIRllting of the president presidont of tho four fourcjw fourcM fourclajses
cjw cM clajses IS > s and a junior and a senior nor selected selectedfv seleted seletedIw selectedby
fv Iw the class cas presidents presldent was Wi appointed appointediinrlcr appintd appintdnllcr appointedunder
under this system examinations oxamlntonF were to bo bowld b
wld lell in Examination J xamlnaton Halt lal without any anyJjiporvmlon anysllriHlon anysIIptrvjioI
Jjiporvmlon sIIptrvjioI of any member of the faculty taulty
On the tli days daYI of tho examination oxamlnaton the papers paperswcro paperswere
paprs paprsef
were ef placed on tho desks de ks and tho students studentsnt student studentswnt
wnt cat nt In and sot to work at them themn themthe
n 011 the examinations emminltols were to be concluded concludedithln conclude concludehithln concludedwithti
withti hithln ithln a certain specified speifcd time tme but during
that I ar time tm any nov student tudEnt was W8 allowed alowe to leave leavehe leve levetlhe leavethe
tlhe the he hull hal nt at will wi go where he chose Ch08 and ane come comenick comowhen
nick when he h got ready redy When he finished finishedpxamlnation fnished fnishedIl
Iii Il examination fxamlnaton however he was wa to sign signinn Ilgn IlgntlP signthe
inn tlP the following foloing declaration declarationI dllnrton dllnrtonI
I plfldtre my honor as a gentleman that thatJ
J 11 11hl Iwvn hl Iui IP noit nli neither her lY given nor I received rlelved Ientemln assistance assistancering Ilistance Ilistanceuril
luring uril ring this examination examinationfwplvp examinaton examinatonTwchp exaniinatlonTwelvp
fwplvp years cnl ago that system was in inAiiKurutml innUllrhl iiislgiirijti
AiiKurutml nUllrhl and am yu no Princeton Prnceton student studentM Itudent Itudentr
M r t fur flnr as I is tho thl rewords re ords show Fhow has proved false falseinJils falsoo falsorl
inJils t o his dirlaratlon drluaton iI 1LrfltjoI except one man rnn In 1804 1804nun 1804and
nun 811 rl ih Ihf > live In men this th18 year The practical practicalworking pratcal pratcalnrk practicalenrkntg
working nrk n of the system has been been that evcrj
jlltJent etililent iiiient taking flkinj an examination examinaton regarded regardedTV relnrdea relnrdeaI
I irnlr r nR n I a commitee committee of one to Ae 553 that thutecr that5ery
ecr 5ery TV man Ian in Examination Examinton Hall Ial did honeht honehtJork honft honftnrk honotnrk
Jork nrk It hue hnF boon heenregarded regarded us tl the highest highestiity highethlI highestthiity
thiity hlI iity lit Princeton students ftudents to t report rport to tho thohnirman thefhiirmnn
fhiirmnn hnirman R rman of the Honor System SYltcm Committee Committeeii Committe
ii 1 1R name Omr of t nny roan detected detetf In cribbing
The Th inorfTTOtliasbeen plf ffecthins t has been that generally leneraly speaking speakingn spraklnnrl
n nrl no ° Princeton Prn pton man would any more think thinkcribbing thinko thin thinof
° of cribbing during duing an examination exarnaton than
he would think thnk of stealing steng hi h his roommate roommatewatch rmtl roommateswatch
watch watchagreed wath wathWhe watchWhen
Whe When th this lytem system wa was b begun the fauty fautyagr faculty facultyagreed
agreed to let tho students student run n tho examine exaraintions exia exiaton examinetions
tions agr ton The Te case ce of any reported repre cribb cribbwas crbbr crbbrwa cribber cribberwas
was wa to be b investigated Invetigate by the honor BJ aye ayetern
tern committee commItee and ad the penalty of oonvi oonvition convietlon sy
tion ton was wa to be b the recommendation recommendaton pnty to tl tlfaculty the thefaclty thefaculty
faculty by the chairman chirm of the committee commlttthat committeethat
that tht the convicted cribber cribbr be b immediate immediatedismissed Imeditely immediately
convce
dismissed dlmle from frm tho university unlvorlty
When Wen therefore therefor the th particular paloula fresh freshman frh frhmn freshman
man mn who had hd declared delar that tlt he was wa going gointo
to report Kinneys proposition prpoiton did dd inform mformthe informthe inforithe
the rpr chairman chairn of the honor system commit committee committee
sytem
commt commtte
tee te of the facts fa as a he knew them the it ma maeasily my myeiy may mayeasIly
easily eiy be b understood undertod something was wa done donat doneat doneat
at once onc The Te chairman chairm of this thi years yers cow cowmlttee cm cmmttee cornmittee
mlttee mttee is I Howard Howa H H Henry Hnr of Philade Philadephia Phlael Phlaelphi Philadelphia
phia phi a son of one of the trustees trte of th thuniversity the thouniverltr theuniversity
university univerltr and right rght end on lost lt year yearvarsity yrs yrsvarity years yearsvarsity
varsity varity eleven elevenAs elevenA elevenAs
As A soon Bn as a Mr Henry Her had ha been bn inf informed informedof orme ormegether
of the fats facts he cale called hi his committee to togeter together
gether geter and ad an investigation Invetgaton commtto was WI start startAll stte started startedAll
All Al the men known to have been ben B Bproached ap apprhe approached
proached prhe by Kinney were called cae befo befothe bfore bforethe before beforethe
the committee committe and gave their testimony testimonFrom ttmony
From Fm this the committee commitee got a pretty prottaccurate prettyaurate prettyaccurate
accurate aurate notion noton of who were wer the student studentwho student studentswho
who had ha accepted aept Kinneys Knneys proposition propositloiThese propsiton propsitonTee propositionThese
These Tee young men were called cale before bfore th thcommittee the thecommlth1e thecommittee
committee and every everyone one of them wa wamanly was wasmanly
manly enough to own up
The committee comtt laid lad the facts fat before btore Dean DeaFine DeanFine DeanFine
Fine and recommended rommende that the flv flvstudents fve fveItudent five fivestudents
students Itudent be b immediately Immeiatly expelled exple from th thinstitution te teinttuton the theinstitution
institution inttuton Then the committee comitt got t tthing to towork towork
work on Tompn Thompson ad and Kney Kinney Te The ft ftting first firstthing
thing ting done was 18 to t get one of the te freehmeto freshmen frmen frment freshmento
to t make re a bargain with wit Kinney to supply supplhim lupply
him with copies coplo of both bth the trigonometry trigonomelre trigonometryand
ad and chemistr chemistry ppr papers for I 30 Te The e pape papewere papers paperswere
were wer delivered deUver and ad the te student gave t tr t to toKinney
Knney Kinney r a check chek for the amount Kinne Kinnethe Kney Kinney
ture turned the check ehek over over to t Thompson Tompn wh whindorsed who whoidore whoindorsed
indorsed idore it and ad got it cashed cashedThe cae cashedThe
The Te check chek yesterday yteray got back to t the te ban banon bnk bnkon bank bankon
on which It was wal drawn dwn With no O muc mucof much muchof muchof
of the goods god on Thompson Tompon the corn oorrmittce cm cmmitte cornmittee
mittce mitte caused caU warrants warant to be b sworn som on onfor out outfor outfor
for both bt him and Kinney charging sac sacwith Iach Iachwith each eachwith
with having received rive Kinneychargng stolen stto stolt goods gol Hot Hotmen Bth Bthmen Both Bothmen
men were wer taken into custody cU8tdy yesterday yesterdajand yetray yetrayand yesterdayand
and when confronted cnfrontd with the evidence evidenceagainst evidenc evidenceaganst
against aga nt them virtually vlrtU1y confessed cnfe thai thaiguilt thrgit theirguilt
guilt git Thompson Tompon was wa searched srohed and andcopy a acpy acopy
copy of one of the papers was found on him hireThis himThis himThis
cpy te
This was taken tken to ppn the professor prter who pro propared pr propared
pared the te questions queston and ho identified Idontifleit identifiedIt
it pr as a copy cpy of the examination examinaton which whch h hhad he hehd hehad
had hd prepared preparedKinney
Kinney Knney prpr and Thompson Thompn were wer arralgneibefore arraigned arraignedbefore
before btore Justice JItc of the Peace Pe Lavake Lvake Lvaketray yes yesterday yesterday
terday tray afternoon aftroon and held in 1000 10 bal bail baileach Dai Daieach
each ech to await the action nclon of the Grand Grnd Jury Juy JuyTey
They ton Tey were wer taken to t the county cunty jail jai in Teen Trenton Tn Tntn Teenton
tn
tonIt It was Wa said Bld here her tonight that Thomp Thompsons Tomp Tompsons Thompsons
would arrested also alsocharged alsocharged
sons eon lon probably prbbly be arrte a1o a1ochrge
charged chrge with grand grnd larceny lareny According Acrding ti tithe to tothe tothe
the laws of New Jersey Jerey a person convicted oonvictoiof convictedof
of having hving received reive stolen pron goods may my b bsentenced be belctence besentenced
sentenced lctence to throe thro years yer In I the penitential penitentialand penitentiaryand
and fined fne 11000 110 1000 or both It I was wa pointed pointeiout pointedout
out by those who are ar Inclined Iclne to make th thoffence the theoloce theoffence
offence oloce of the students student less le heinous than tha 1 1otherwise It Itotheris itotherwise
otherwise otheris would have hlve been ben that tht the special speciastudent speial speialsdsnt specialstudent
student sdsnt had ha only been be in I the university univerit i ifew a afew
few fe weeks wekl and the freshmen froben only sine sineSeptember sice siceSptember sinceSeptember
September It I is argued that tht they had haihardly hadhrly hadhardly
Sptember hardly hrly been ben in the te IUjUe university unieity long lonp enough enoualto enoujh enoujhto enoughto
to become beme thoroughly thorulhly impregnated Imprgate will willthe wth wthte withthe
the te spirit 8plrt and traditions tritonl of the te institution institutionIt Insttuton InsttutonI
It I is I also alo pointed pointe out that tht the young me meviolated men menviolate menviolated
violated violate only the spirit fplrt of their pledge pledgeThe plege plegee pledgeThe
The e signers of that tht pledge pl ge give their won wonthat word wordthat wordthat
that siger they have hve not given or received reive assist assistance Ilst Ilstao assistalice
alice ao during dung an examination eamnaton The Te point pointis pint pintI pointis
is I made mde that t1t the students Itudent who negotiated negotktecwith negoit negotiatedwith
with withexaminations wth Kiey Kinney got the Ilstanc assistance bfor before the theexainaton theexaminations
examinations gt More than all al this thl th thchemistry the thechemtry thechemistry
chemistry exainaton chemtry examination examiton has h not been bn heliyet held heldye heldyet
yet One of the th trigonometry trigonometr oxamina oxaminations examinaton oxarnina oxarninations
tions ye ton was wa held a few days ago but the other othcwas otherW8 otherwas
was W8 held today toay Therefore Terefor if copies cpie copies o otodays of oftdays oftodays
todays tdays papers were wee purchased purhse the scheme schemwas schemewedlcvore schemewas
was wedlcvore discovered pp In time to prevent th thbuyers the thebuyer thebuyers
buyers buyer of copies cpie from tme availing avlng themselves themselveof themelvC
of the value of their thei purchases purchasesWith puchae purChasesWith
vue
With thin ti view viw of the case Ce the student studenbody studentbdy studentbody
body bdy do not sympathize syptiz te They say BY tha thai tht thtevr that thatevery
i every student who comes cmes to Princeton Prinootoiknows Prtn Prtnknow Princetonknows
knows evr know or ought to know just jlt what wht the honor honosystem honorlytm honorsystem
system la 1 and that if he attempts atempt to t evade evadior edeor
or lytm violate violat its It provisions prviion tt he h must mlt do so at hi hiperil hi his hisperil
peril pri They Tey say sy that tht If one case c is iF handle handlewith hndled hndledwith handledwith
with gloves there ter Is no reason rason why othershould other oter othersshould
should shoud not notbe be b and the honor of the t university universitydemands uiveriy uiveriydelnd universitydemands
demands delnd the severest svrst penalty in each case caseThe C caseThe
The T official oIcl1 te sentence sntnc of pnltri the faculty facty in th thcase the thec thecase <
case c of each of oftbe the five fve was wa that tat he be bepermanently b bepermanently
versity verity permanently prnenty dismissed dimlSd from the te uni university univerity universlty ¬
For reasons raons which they believe bleve to t be b gooc goocneither good goodneither
neither the faculty fncty nor the members membr of the thehonor thehonor thehonor
honor niter system lystem committee coritt will wi give out the thenames thenme thenames
names nme of the five fve young men gv who were wereexpled wereexpelled wenexpelled
expelled expelledNOTICE expled expledNOTICE expelledNOTICE
NOTICE TO NATIONAL NATllAL BANKS BAKSRlmt BA1K BA1KIlult BANKSMust
Must Ilult Be Prepared Pepnd to Pay Py on Demand Dema 7i 7iPer 20 20lr 20Per
Per Cent of Federal Jtdtral Money They Tey Hold HoldWASHINGTON BoldI fieldWASHINGTON
I WASHINGTON WASHNGTN Feb 4 4The The Secretary Scta o othe of ofI ofthe
I the Treasury Taur sent snt a circular cicur letter ltter toda todato toy toyI today todayto
I to every national bank holding deposits depOlt o oFederal of ofFederal ofFederal
Federal ever money giving givig notice notic that tht the thernutit they theylUt theyrnut
rnutit lUt bo b prepared preprd to surrender surnder to the Gov Ooveminent Goverment Goveminent
eminent erment about 20 per cent cnt of such deposits depositsso depolta depoltaso
pr
so t that the Treasury Traury may ma be b enabled to mee meethe met metthe inset insetthe
the prospcthl prospective large largepaYfents payments on accoun accounof acout acoutof account accountof
of the Panama PanoCnal Canal CanalTho CanalTho
Tho letter letel which gives all al necessary necsry de details detail details
tails tail together with wih the reasons reaons for thi thiwithdrawal the thewithdrawal thewithdrawal
withdrawal withdrawal at this thi time tUP is I as a follows followsIt folows folowsI
It I seems semf probable plobble that the Government Oovernmenwill Goverment Govermentwi Governmentwill
will wi be called cle upon in the near nor future t tpay to topay topay <
pay 50000000 500 preliminary prelminAr to the construe construetiou contnlo contnloton construetion
tiou of nn ni interoceanic interocenic canal canal In addition additionto
to ton this tll there is outstanding approximately approxmately
5000000 of United Unie States Stt bonds which whichby whichby whichby
100
by their terms term matured mtured on Feb 1 1004 1004and 104 104and 1004and
and Congress Cngre is considering coniderng a proposition propositioito propostion propostionto
to loan lon between betwen 4000000 00 and 1 5000000 00 t ttho to totho tothe
tho Louisiana Louisina Purchase Purchse Exposition T Tmoot To Tomot Tomeet <
moot mot those thOe probable prbable demands demnds it will be benecessary beneCar benecessary
necessary to withdraw wihdrw at least let 30000000 30000000from 30000000from
from neCar depository depcltory banks banksYou banksYou banksYou
You are therefore therlore requested reuete to make makeimmediate mke mkeImmtolate makeimmediate
immediate Immtolate preparation preparaton for the payment paymenton
on demand demnd of 20 per cent at New York YorkIn YorkIn YorkIn
In the near future possibly pBlbly within wtln ten tendays tendays tendays
days you will wl be asked aSKe to transfer this thisamount thisamount thisamount
amount to t some one of the New York de depository depository dopository ¬
pository banks to be used us in settlement settlementfor settement settementfor
for the canal right rght of way wayIf wayIf wayIf
If you desire to sell sl at once a portion porion of ofthe orthe ofthe
the securities seurte now held by the Govern Government Gover Government ¬
ment against your deposit you will wi so soinform s soinform
inform this office ofce and arrangements arangement will willbe wU wUbe wiUbe
be made for the immediate Immeate transfer so 1 as asto asto
to avoid actual atual withdrawals from channels channelsof chanels chanelsof
of trade tradeThe tradeThe tradeThe
The Department Deprtment will wi surrender no noUnited noUnited noUnited
United States State bonds held as a security for fordepslt fordeposits
deposits 1 with n any 1 bank 1 untl until U such I S bank bankhI bankhas 1 1ios
depslt hI has ios withdrawn withdrw all al State and ad municipal municipalonds muncipnl muncipnlbonds municipalbonds
bonds > now held heldaluch as such security seurty but secu secuitles se securities
itles rlle of the District D Di itrct strict of Columbia Philip Philiplino Phip Phippin Philippine
pin pine lino Islands and Hawaii lawal will wl be retained retainedf
it f desired desiredO desird N NNO
NO O DISLOCATION OF MONET MARKET MARKEl EX EXPECTED EXPECTED EXPECTED ¬
PECTED PECTEDIt PECTEDI
It was WI the opinion of important Imporant local localInancial localfnancial localfinancial
financial I interests yesterday yeterday that no die dlsurbance disturbance dieturbance
turbance fnancial to the money market mrket will wi result resultrom resultfrom resultfrom
from rom the call cal In fact the result reult is likely likelyo lkely lkelyto
to o tend toward towad further easiness A lness of money monoyathor mony monyrather moneyrather
rather than otherwise The money for the theanama thePanama thePanama
Panama anama Canal payment will wi be paid over overo overto overto
to o J P Morgan payent t Co who will wJhandle wIllliandlo handle the theransaction thetransacton thetransaction
transaction for the Panama Canal stock stocklolders stok stokholders stockholders
transacton holders thus thuf releasing relealnl that amount of ofnonoy ofmon ofmoney
money mon y from the Treasury Treaur It I is il not thought thoughthat thoughtthat thoughtthai
hat there will wi be any need ned for tho expor exporation elportation
ation of gold as a result reult of tho payment paymentufflclent paymentthl paymentthe
thl the taton supply of long sterlng sterling here being belnRsufcient beingsuillclent
ufflclent to take tke care of of the remittances remittanceso remlttancef
sufcient to o France A very ery large amount of Panama Panamatonal PanamaCanal PanamaCanal
Canal stock is II now held here The follow followng folow folowIng following
Ing ng statement sttement Is made in the February Februaryjrcular Februar Februarycircular I Ioircular
circular of the National City Bank BankThere Bnk BankThere I
There Is naturally nnturlUy much Interest Intrrest In tho thofTcct thoflert theeffect
effect which the transfer of 40000000 10000 to tohe tothe tothe
the flert he Panama Canal stockholders and Jtooooooo Jtooooooonont S 310000000to 00
to the rtIrCACntatlVeS at the Panama Uovern Uoverninent
rlprccntatves tovcr
nont will have upon our own Om money markft markftn marklt markltIn
In n that wi connection It Is interesting Intcrpstng to note notehi notetht notethe
the hi opinion rnnrclon which hlch Is II held In financial circles circlesn clrcllA clrcllAIn
In n Paris that perhaps perhapl half the Panama Panma Canal Canaltock CanalItQk Canalstook
tock ItQk Is II now controlled controle h Iy > > American Arlrlcn In Inerests Interest Interests
erests and the thl payments will wil therefore thereforeir thereforelarlely thereforelargely
larlely largely ir ely remain rrrnln In this thll cpuntrj cpuntrjTho Cuntry CuntryTe count countThe
The Te deposits depofls of United Unied States Govern Government Gover Goverment Government ¬
ment money mOley In the New York banks ap aproximate approximate topproximate
proximate roximate 30809000 3080 while whie the total de deicsltB deposltl denosits
icsltB posltl of Government funds In the national nationallanks nationalbankR nationalbanks
lanks banks throughout tho country countr are 100344
119 10 Twenty per cent of the deposits deposis of ofhe orthe ofthe
the 19 he New Nfw York city banks in conformity conformityrith conformitywith
with with the call cal cahlof Yorl of the Secretary Seretary of the TreoH TreoHry Tre Treur Treasury
This would wouldavo wotildleave
ury ry would bo about 7300000 730 voulc
ur leave avo about 22700000 2700 to be taken tken from the thoountry thecountr thecountry
country banks bankl This amount brought brough to tohis tothis tothis
countr this his city would remain til hero on deposit with witlitin wih wihthf withthe
the tin national banks in this city at least lelt until untilhe unt untilthe
thf natonl bnk
the he Panama Panam Canal Canl treaty is ratified ratfe by bylonpress b bConfes byCoiiieress
lonpress Confes
THE GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY COMPANYOF COMPANYOFNEWYORK
OF OFNEWYORK OFNEWYORKEstabUhed NEW YORK YORKEstMbhtd 1 1Et
EstMbhtd Et br ht 1860 I860CORNELIUS 1860CORNELUS 1860CORNELIUS
CORNELIUS CORNELUS DOREHUS DOREn US PRESIDENT PRESIDENTANNUAL PRESIENT PRESIENTANNUAL PRESIDENTANNUAL
ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31 1903
INCOHE DURING 1903 1903Premium 19 1903Premiums
Premium PremiumInterest Plmluma PremiumsInterest tl1MlCOgR tl1MlCOgRMIB28588 SIIDICO88 SIIDICO88Jntereat
Interest and Renu Rent MIB28588 MIB28588ASSETS 140588 140588NC910 140228588ASSETS
NC910 NC910ASSETS
ASSETS ASSETSDondj
Bonds and MorUBies Morrarc1 on real estate estateState estateState II4POS03000 IOO
State city Ciy Railroad Illrod and other bond bondReal 1077518014 IO1161 lo775i8014Real 014 014Rul
Real Estate owned ownedCash 311814550 aleU1 Ltle14550Cash
Cash on band owne and In banks banksLoans 80304047 80304047183I4B480 8600n 8600n10an 00304041Loan
Loans on Policies PoliciesAdd Polelea 183I4B480 183I4B480Ml48387000 181 102140450ii40287000 < 180
Ml48387000 Ml483870003MM3tJ ii40287000 ii40287000Add 118700
Add AddInterest AddInterat AddInterest
Interest Interat and ad Rents Rtn due du and accrued accruedDeferred aceruo 3MM3tJ SMmlalderld 355262151eferred
Deferred lderld Premiums Pllum net netPremiums 203575110 29357500Premiums 2611
Premiums Prmlum In course coure of transmission transmlalon net 34440106 34 < 010 010Total
Total 3347011560
Guarantee and Dividend Funds on the th Legal Standard Stndard of the State Sll of New NewYorlc York 45Ob671O4 45Ob671O4that 450bo71 4 4The
The Inurco Insurance Depr Department men 01 tao n State at New Yorlc catculate calculates lablllte liabilIties except a as 10 Polcle PolicIes Ilue Issuedalnee ano January 1 1001 on the assumptIon assumptIonthat
that tht Fnd Yund3 lnve Inve inveatrnentst given tmenwiwul mentlweam above will earn 4 4percentpranum per cent ccn per annum The Te Th assumption aumptlonot of a I lower rate would reduce reuc accordingly acorlnrly the figures Irur of the Guarantee Guaratto and ad aumpton aumptontht Dividend DividendOn Dfldtnd DfldtndFnd DIvIdendYund3
On I a SWJ 3 p per r cent basis bu the Guarantee and ad Dividend Dvldend Funds would be be362837004 be362837004On t3 MS70e4 MS70e4On
On a S per cent basis bal the Guarantee and ad Dividend Dvded Fund would be b242810 1340381104 1340381104which
which fit Irur figures urea anew lhw the unsurpassed UUrae financial Icl strength trDr h of the ho Company CompanyPayments CompanTPayments CompanyPavment
Payments to Policyholders Polcyholders Since SinceOrgenization Organization 5321333501 5321333501HUBERT 532133301HBi 53213335o1HUBKRT
HUBERT HBi T CILLIS CLS VicePresident VicPrdet MAX MA A WESENDONCK WESEDONC 2d ViceP VicPresdent VkCPtCSidC0 VkCPtCSidC0JOHN dent dentJOHN
JOHN JOH FiiHRER FHR Actuary Acuary BOARD OF DIRECTORS DIRECTORSTHQMAS UIRECTORSTQMAS CARL CL HEYE HYE Secretary SecretaryBOARD Screary ScrearyBOARD SecretaryBOARD
THQMAS TQMAS ACHELIS ACRLIS EWALD EALD FLEITMANN FLEtTMAN HEBJR1CH HEIRICH ROSE ROI WILLIAM WILLAM STEWART SWART TOD TODHENRY TODHENRY TODUENRY
HENRY A A CAE3ER CAESIR CAUL CAL GOEPEL HERMANN IERMANN ROSE p VON v BERNUTH BERNUTHHUBERT DERNUH DERNUHHUBERT BERNIJTHHUBERT
HUBERT CILLIS CJtL1S CAKL CAL CAll KLOENNE XLENNE HUGO JIGO SCHUMANN SCHUMAN KARL VON WESENDONK WESENDONKALBERT WEENDONK WEENDONKALDERT WESENDONZALBERT
ALBERT K 1 DOENCH ALBRECHT ALBRECH PAOENSTECHER PAOENSUER JULIUS JULIS A STURSBERO MAX MA A WESENDONCKCORNELIUS WESENDONCK WENDNOK WENDNOKCORNELIS WES1NDON0KCO8JELITJS
CORNELIUS CORNELIS DOREMUS ALFRED ROELKER CASIitIR CAUUR TAG TAOFREDERIC TAGFREDERIC TAGFREDERIC
FREDERIC S DOREMUS Metropolitan Metropoltan Manager 20 2 Nassau Nas au Street Stret New York City to whom or to the theCity theCity theCity
City Department Rooms 2425 capable and trustworthy agents agent will wi do well wel to apply
HANNA A VERY SICK SIK MAN MANHE
HE SHOWS SOME SYMPTOMSO SYMPTOMSOTYPHOID SYUPTOS SYMPTOM OF OFTJPHOID OFTYPHOID >
TYPHOID TJPHOID FEVER FEVERSpecimen FEVERSpcimen FEVERSpecimen
Specimen Spcimen of Ills mood Taken Tke Which Whichto bleh I 11 11to
to Be Examined Emine by a Specialist Specallte SpecallteSenator SpecialistThe SpecialistTheSenator Th ThSenator
Senator Suffers Sntrrs From Fom Profound Pofoud Phys Phyileal Ph Phleal Physleal
leal Depression Deprflon Ills Ils Physicians Say SayWASHINGTON Sa SaWABINGTON SayWAsHINGTON
WASHINGTON WABINGTON Feb 4 4I 4It It became beae ap apparent apparent
parent from todays developments development tha thaSenator that thatSenator
Senator pnt Snatr Marcus Macus A Hanna Han of Ohio wh whhas who whoh whohas
has h been bn ill i ever evM since sinc his return to t Wash Washington Wah WahIngtn Washington ¬
ington Ingtn several sveral weeks wek ago is a very ve sic sicman sick sickman sickman
man Although the physicians phyica bulletin bulletinIssued bulletinsIssued
Issued from the sickroom sickrom continue ver verguarded ver vergadeq very veryguarded
guarded in tone tne merely mentioning mentoning that thathe thatthe thatthe
the gadeq Senator Snator Is suffering suferng from Mprofoud Mprofoudphyicl profound profouniphysical profoundphysical
physical phyicl depression deprion it is feared fe by those thosiabout thoseabout
about aut him that the Senators Sntors real rea ailment aiimenis aiment aimentIs ailmentis
is typhoid tyhoid fever Whether this thil is true tniiwill tre trewi truewill
will wi bo b positively psitvely known tomorrow tomorow morn morni mornIng morning
i Ing when the result of the blood bloo tea teawhich test testwhich testwhich I
which is being bing made mae by a prominent spe specialist sp specialist
cialist calst of Washington Wahington is made known knownSenator knownSnator knownSenator
Senator Snator Hanna lannn has ha been confined confne to hi hirooms hi his hisrooms
rooms rms in the to Arlington Aligton Hotel Hotl for practical practicalall prcicaly prcicalyal practicallyall
all al of the time tme since sinc his hi return rtu from frm Ohio Ohioi Ohiosveral Ohiosoveral
i several sveral weeks weks ago His li allmont was 18 ding diagnosed dingnosd dingnosed
nosed nosd as 8 grip Last Lt Saturday Sturay night nightagainst nightaaint nightagainst
against aaint the te advice ad vic of his hi physicians physici hi hiattended he heattndP heattended
attended attndP the te annual dinner diner of the Gridiron GridiroiClub GrldlrD GrldlrDClub GridironClub
Club but this ti did him hi no harm har On Sun Sunday Su Sunday
day and Monday he received rciv many visitors visitorsand viitr viitrad visitorsand
and ad tho strain and excitement excltent proved prve UK UKmuch t toomuch
much muc for him Lost Lt night he had ha a con congestivo cn cngestiv congestivo <
gestivo gestiv chill chi and a serious BrlOU relapse rlps and andtodays nndtaYf andtodays
todays taYf bulletins buletlnl although alhough meagre meagr as tc tcdetails to todetil todetails
details detil have ha indicated Inicat that tat his hi condition oonditioris cndition cnditionI
is I serious srious and that his hi recovery rcvr even evn I II If Ifhltne Ifhastened
I hastened hltne by all al the te favorable circumstances clrcumstanceipossible cicstaCs cicstaCspBlble circumstancespossible
possible pBlble wU will be a 0 matter mattr of weeks weeksLost weks weksLt weeksLast
Lost Lt night Dr G E Brewer of New York Yorkwho Yorkwho Yorkwho
who has h attended attnded the tle Hanna Hann family famiy in i pas1 pas1years pt ptyear past pastyenta
years year was wa sent snt for at the to request reqUet of Sen Senator Sn Snatr Senator <
ator atr Hanna lann and this thl morning morig ho h was 11 Ir Irconsultation In Inconsuttion inconsultation
consultation consuttion with wlt Surgeon General Generl Rixey RixeyU Rxey RxeyU
U S N and Dr Floyd Foyd Magruder Mgrdr of Wash Washington Wah WahIgtn Washington
ington Igtn At half hf post pat 12 oclock oclok the fol foKfowing folfowig folfowing
fowing fowig bulletin buleti was wa Issued IssuedAt Iued IuedI
At the consultation held hel this tis morn morll morning tin no ncnew nonew nonew
I new feature cnsulaton was found In Senator Henatr Hannai Hannaicondition Hanas HanasI liannascondition
condition Ho Is suffering suerlng from a recurrent recurrentattack recurrentattack recurrentattack
I conditon attack of grip with wih an a unueual uueua amount amout ol oli of ofphysical ofphysical
physical depression There are no alarming alarmingsymptoms alarmingsyptom alarmingsymptoms
i symptoms and ad no reason roan to believe bleve that thatrecovery thatrecvery thatrecovery
recovery recvery time syptom will WlllOt not take place plac In I a reasonable reasonabletime reanable reanabletme reasonabletime
timeThe tme
The assurances lurcs contained coted in I this t bulletin bulletinwere buleti bulletinwere
wer were dispelled dipled soon son after afer it was wa issued lued b ba by bya
a further unofficial unofcil statement sttment from the thephysicians thephyicans thephysicians
physicians that tht even under the most mOt favor favorable favorable favorable ¬
phyicans
able circumstances cirumetancs and providing prvidg no com complications cm cmplCtol cornplications ¬
plications plCtol ensue cnue Mr Hannas Hanns recovery recoverywould recver recoverywould
would woud bo b n matter mttr of weeks weeksIt week
It was wa then apparent that tht the te physicians physiciansbelieved physiciansbelieved
I appent
believed bleve that Mr Hanna lanna was suffering sufferingfrom sucrng sucrngfrom sufferingfront
from some other and more mor serious srOI ailment ailmentthan aUmentthan ailmentthan
than grip and oter that his profound physical physicaldepression phyicl phyicldprion physicaldepression
grp
depression dprion was W8 wasnotdueentirely not due entirely entrcly to the te thelatter thelatterdisease lttr lttrdia1 latter latterdisease
disease dia1 Thus TL belief blet was WI confirmed cnfred when whenIt
It became known that a specimen of Son Senator Sn Snatr Sonate ¬
ator ate bcame Hannas blood blod had h been ben spcmen taken at the themorning themoring themorning
morning atr moring consultation cnultton and would be b sub subjected subject subjected ¬
jected to Inspection InspectionThe
ject Inpction InpctionTe
The evening bulletin buletn which wa wu signed signedonly signedonly
only Te by evenng Dr Rixey was wa as a follows followsThere folo foloThere followsThere
There Is no change in the Senators Senatrs con condition conditon condition ¬
dition since tho morning report He was wasrest wasrestliig
rest diton restnlwl restliig In r well lce at 8 oclock A blood blod examination examinationU exmaton exmatonIs
Is being made and ad a report will wt be made madepublic madepublic
mae maepublc
public publc at 0 oclock ocloc tomorrow to morrow morning mornlnsADMIRAL morlnl morlnlADIRAL morningADMIRAL
ADMIRAL DEWEY WINS WINSHouse WINSfloue
ADIRAL WIlS WIlSlouse
House louse Naval Committee Commitee Adopts Adoptl Ills I Recom Recommendation Recommendaton flecomniendritlon ¬
mendation mendaton for New Ships ShipsWASHINGTON Shp ShipsWASHINGTO2
WASHINGTON Feb 4 4Admiral Admiral Dewey Deweytoday Deweytoday Deweytoday
today carried caie his hil disagreement digreement with tho thoGeneral thoGeneral theGeneral
General Board over the building buidlnR programme programmeof progame progameof
of tho Navy to the House Committee on onNaval OnNaval onNaval
Naval Affairs Alalrs and In major mjor part won his hispoint hispoint hispoint
point The Admiral belittled belte the propo proposition propositon propositlon ¬
sition siton to construct contnlct small smal craft and advocated advocatedtho n vocated vocatedtho
tho building hulding of strong fighting ships shlpI that thatcould tbatcould thatcould
could give and take te flhtng Following Folowing his hissuggestion hissuggeston hissuggestion
suggestion the committee decided deide to in incorporate Incororate incorporate ¬
corporate suggeston in tre the Naval Appropriation bill billprovision bi billprovision
cororate provision for the construction constrcton of one battle battleship batte batteIhlp battleship ¬
ship two armored cruisers three scout scoutcruisers scoutcrisers scoutcruisers
cruisers crisers and armore two squadron colliers collierstho colerR colerRAtr colliersAfter
After much conideraton consideration of the subject subjedthe subjectthe
the Atr committee commite has h decided deide to incorporate incorporatein incorprato incorpratoIn
in its bill provision provsion for an appropriation appropriton of
4000000 It bi to be used in tho discretion discetion of oftho ortho oftho
100 tho Secretary Seretary of tho use Navy for tho erection erectionvidod erecton erectonor erectionof
or a Government armor plate fator factory pro provide provided
vided ho in unable to obtain obtin in his hi judg judgment judgment judgment ¬
ment vide satisfactory prices from tho three threeconcernH threeconcerl threeconcerns
concerns satsfatory now manufacturing manufactuing armor aror plat platethe plate platetho platetho
concerl tho Bethlehem BethlehemconcernH BethlehemWorks BethlehemWorks
tho Carnegie Crnegie Company Cmpan Bthlehem BthlehemWorks
Works and the Midvale Steel Stel Company CompanyDiplomatic Cmpany CmpanyUplonlato CompanyIIpIoniatIe
Diplomatic Uplonlato and Consular Hill 11 Passed PassedWASHINGTON Pued PuedWASHINGTON PaaedWASRINGTOe
WASHINGTON Feb 4 4The The House today todaywithout toaywihout todaywithout
without amendment passed ps8d the Diplo Diplomatio Diplomtio Diplomatte
wihout matte and Consular Consulr Appropriation Appropraton bill billwhich bl billwhich
which mtio carries crcI an expenditure expnditure of 1006000 1006000Army 100 100rmy i006000Army
Army rmy and Navy Orders OrdersWASHINGTON OnlerURINOTON OrdersSVAOII1NOTON
WASHINGTON Feb 4 4Tbcae These army ary orders orer were wereLuueil fr frLled weretasticil
Luueil Lled today todayCapt todayCapt todayCapt
Capt Abraham S BlcUhnm Bckham Quartermaster Quartermasterrom QuTeraler QuTeralerIrom
from rom Fort F or Washington to Fort Hancock Hancok In charts chartsof chrre chrreat
of construction work worltMalor work11alor workMajor
Major con1trclon George Ctorlc Bell DtJ Jr Twelfth Telh Infantry Inlatr from fromTort tramFor fromFort
Tort Potter to the Philippines PhilippinesThe 1hllpplnea 1hllpplneaThe
For The orrr resignation rt n of FIrst tr 1 Iteut Anton Seeman SeemanPhIlIppines Hermanhlllpplnes
hfnalo I
hlllpplnes Phlpplnea Scouts accepted acceptedThese ac acceptedThese d I ITbeM
These naval orders were Issued IssuedHear IMuedRtr IssuedHear
Hear Admiral e e U Slijsbec SI < abce from League Itlrue Island Islandfavr 111 IslandNavy and andNavy
Navy Rtr Yard Ylrd to command South Atlantic tante squadron squadronCapl squadronCapt quadronCapt
Capt VV 0 H Emory Emo to command the Hancock Hancockt lancok lancoka
a at t navy yard New Nel York YorkCapt ork orkCapl 0thCspt
Capt nvy li F t f t Wilde Wide from navy yard Boston Bostonto
to League 1 Island yard yardCapt yardCapt yardCapt
Capt A S Slow from navy yard New Iew York Yorko Yorkto Yorkto
I
to o navy yard Ylrd Boston DRion an captain captainCommander cAplalnCommander captaInCommander
Commander nav C K Curth CUil from navy l yard Nor Norfolk NortO Norfolk ¬
folk tO to command of the Montgomery MontuomeryAssistant 0 e
Assistant Naval lo Constructor tAc1 S F Smith Smth from fromnavy tremnavy fromnavy
navy yard ard New York to t Cavlle Cale In charge of de department depalment departmeflt ¬
partment of construction and repair repairAssistant repairAMlunt repairAssistant
palment ontnlclon Inl
Assistant AMlunt Naval Constructor Conatrclor W H Robert from fromnaval tl froansval
naval nval station tatoD Cave to Washington WalnltD
I
DISBURSEMENTS DSBURSEMENTS DURING 1903 1903Claims 19 1903Claims
Claims by Death Dtllb 11I011M73 11I011M73Matured 1110111 itl8I12073Mtured
Matured Malure Endowments Edowment 8I6U47 8I6U47Annuities 81653451AnnuIties I8661 I8661a11
Annuities AnnuItiesDIvIdends i ssMOes ssMOesDividends a11
Dividends DivIdend and Surrenders Sumnder UOooflW UOooflWTotal 600 600Tll 53060003Fetal
Total Tll paid toPollcyholderi toPollcYholderln In KM ICo t571M76l t571M76lExpenses 257104701 257104701Expoases lD10 I IExpnc
Expenses Expnc Including Taxes Fees Commissions CommtsloDs Salaries Slares fto c 12M2MS8 12M2MS8Excess 1220 120429098lfxcess
Excess Ixce of Income over Disbursements Utlurement for reserve rtaere funds tund 178014877 178014877LIABILITIES 11181 11181t0310
t0310 t0310LABILTIS 505030570 505030570LIABILITIES
LIABILITIES LIABILITIESReserve LABILTIS LABILTISRetre
Reserve Retre Fund as per pe Certificate Cerfele of New York Insurance Depart Departmentj Dear Departmont
mentj mont dated dalt January Januar soth 2b 1IKM 11 12782844000 12782844000tit 208440
neaere fleserve 1eed Id for extra rSk1 risks surrndtr surrender value values 40 1342J3CS 1342J3CS10487S80 1418 1418Death tit titDeath
Death losses 10el reported rpored awaltmi awaIt awaiting nr proofs prOfs 4c 4cUnpaid 0 10487S80 18418 10402580Unpaid
Unpaid Dividends Dvldend of IMS 10 t due to Pollcyholde PollcyholdeGuarantee PoUcynolder Policyholders 4207454 42045 4207454Guarantee
Guarantee and Dividend lvldend Funds 467104 467104Totat 4500071 4500071K470115 <
Totat K470115
HORSE AND CARRIAGE OARRIGE GRAF GRAFSecretary GR4FT8aretary GRAFTSecretary
Secretary 8aretary Cortelyoti CrteJyou Has la Eight Elht Horses HorseiTen 10re 10reTen HorsesTen
Ten Vehicles and One Automobile AutomobileWASHINGTON Automobie AutomobieWASHIGTON AutomobileWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON WASHIGTON Feb 4 4Secretary Secretary Srtay Cor Cortelyou Cortelyou Cortelyou
telyou of the Department Depatent of Commerce Cmerc am amLabor and andLbor andLabor
Labor Lbor today transmitted transmitd to the House Hou8 his hliresponse hisrepn hisresponse
response repn to the carriage ciage graft gaft resolution resolutionIt reoluton reolutonI
It I shows showf that there are ae maintained maintine in the theDepartment theDeptment theDepartment
Department Deptment and accredited acrditd to the Score Secretarys Sr Scoretarys
tarys ts office ofce five fve horses hore the aggregate agggat cost coslof cot cotof costof
of which was wa JllOO 10 in the census cenu bureau bureautwo bureautwo bureautwo
two horses which cost 500 and in th thbureau the thebureau thebureau <
10
bureau of fisheries ifherie one horse hor8 which wloh cost
8125 125 In tho Departmentand Deprment Department and tho various variouibureaus variousbureaus variousbureaus
bureaus under it there are ton tn vehicles vehicleswhich vehcle vehicleswhich
which cost cst J42GO 126 4260 and ten tn seta st of harness harnesewhich harnesswhch harnesswhich
which whch cost ct IOS5 10 085 Four Fou drivers drver are a main maintained maintine maintamed ¬
tamed tine carried cie on the rolls roll as 8 messengers messengersassistant menges mengesaitant messengersassistant
assistant aitant messengers menger and laborers lbore the thesalaries theaai0 thesalaries
salaries aai0 000 of those thos being bing 840 80 720 S 080 and ad
16 000The
The Secretary Sretr explains explain that some of olthese ofts ofthese
these ts equipages equpages came cae to the Department Departmentfrom Deptent Deptentfrom Departmentfrom
from the various bureaus bureal which are ae in incorporated Incorpratd incorporated ¬
corporated corpratd in the Department Depatment of Commerce Commerceand Commerc Commercand Commerceand
and Labor Lbor when organizedand organl2e organized and are used usedby We usedby
by various variol persona pron for official ofcial purposes purposesTho puposl purposesThe
Tho Secretary Sretry reports report one automobile automobie the thefirst thelrt thellrst
first lrt one thus far reported reprtd and says lays it if ifused is isusc isused
used to carry mail from the bureau buau ol olstandards of ofstadard ofstandards
usc car mal
standards stadard to its It laboratories on the Pierce PierceMill PierceMill
Mill Mi Road Rad six miles mies from the te city cityTHE cityTHE cityTHE
THE WAR WAIJJ Iff VRVOVAY VRVOVAYGovernment URUGUAI URUGUAIGoverment URUGUAFGovernment
Goverment Government Force Forc Boated Rut d by the Rebels RebelsFlee RebtllFee flebeliFlee
Flee Fee to Montevideo MontevideoWASHINGTON MontevideoW MontevideoWaemcoroN
WASHINGTON W AHGTON Feb b 4 4The The revolutionary revolutionarymovement rvltonry rvltonrymovement revolutionarymovement
movement in Uruguay Urgy which whch was WI regarded regardedas rgrded rgrdedI
I as a about over has h assumed aumed serious riol propor proportions propr proprtion proportions ¬
tions tion Cable reports rprt to t the te State Stt De Department D Dopartrnent ¬
partment ptment from frm Montevideo say sy that tt the theGovernment theGoverment theGovernment
Goverment Government forces forcs were wer routed ruted in I a battle battlewhich batte battewhich battlewhich
took and Sunday Sundaylast Sundaylast
which place plac on Saturday Satry Sudy
I last lst and fled fed panicstricken panlctlcken to t Monte Montevideo MonteI ¬
I video leaving wounded wouded and guns gns on the thefield to toI thefield
I field fieldAn feld
An attack attk on the capital cpial la I feared fe and andall andal andall
all al the entrances entrancs to it are ae heavily hevly guarded guardedby iure
by Government Goyernmnt troops troopsThe trop troopsThe
The insurgents Inugents are mrlng marching on Monte Montevideo Montevideo ¬
video vdeo in great get force for with the evident evdent in intention Intenton intention ¬
tention tenton of attempting attmpting its It capture captureA cpture cptureA
A meeting metn of the diplomatic dlplomato corps cor at the theAmerican theAercan theAmerican
American Aercan Legation Igaton has ha been be called cle to die discuss di diecuss ¬
cuss tho situation situationTiEW situaton situatonNEW situationNEW
NEW WHITE WH1TEHOUSE HOUSE RULE RULEThose BULEole RULEThose
Those ole In Whose Ioe Honor Inor Beceptloni Ar ArHeld Are AreIEld AreHeld
Held IEld Will 10 De Received Pint PintWASHINGTON Fnt FntWoSHOTN FirstWAsimaroN
WASHINGTON WoSHOTN Feb 4 4A A possible posible ember embarrassment emb embereasement
easement rment was wa averted avere at the reception receptiongiven rcpton rcptonglvon receptiongiven
given by the President Prsident and Mrs Mr Roosevelt Roosevelttonight Rvlt Rvlttonlght Roosevelttonight
tonight in honor of Congress Cngrss through thrugh a anew anew anew
new disposition dispolton of those thos members membr of the theDiplomatic theDplomalo theDiplomatic
Diplomatic Dplomalo Corps Crs who attended attendedAt atended atendedAt
At the te White House Hou reception rcpton two weeks ireekaago weeksago
ago for the Judiciary Judiciar the diplomats diplomt were werereceived wer werrcivd werereceived
received rcivd before bfor the members membr of tho Su Supreme Suprme Supromo ¬
promo prme Court Cour and the other Federal Federl Judges Judgesin Judgs JudgsI
I in I whose Wh08 honor the affair alal was W8 held heldThis heldI holdThis
I This caused cle a controversy cntrovery on the spot spotbetween lpt lptI spotbetween
between btwe Chief Justice JItc Fuller Fuler and Associate AssociateJustice Acat AssociateJustice
I Justice JItc Harlan Hrln on the one hand hnd and Major MajorCharles MajorCarle MajorCharles
Charles Carle McCawley Mcwley of the Marine Marne Corps Corpsassistant Corp Corpsassistant
assistant asistant master m tr of ceremonies crmonlcs on the other otherMajor otherMajor otherMajor
Major MoCawley refusing rfllng to t let the Su Supreme Suprmo Supromo ¬
promo Court enter the Blue room rm until the thediplomats thediplomt thediplomats
prmo Cour entr te unt
diplomats diplomt had been bn received rived in spite fplt of ofhe ofhe ofhe
he indignant indignnt protests prott of the Justices JusticesA Justcs JustcsA
A complaint cmplaint was wa lodged loge next day dy with withAssociate withthe withthe
the Prident President by the Cef Chief Jltc Justice and andAfoiote andAssociate
Associate Afoiote Justice Justc Harlan and the te Presi President Psi Psident President ¬
dent sought to ascertain Irln some way through throughwhich thrugh thrughwhich throughwhich
which the Diplomatic Diplomto Corps Crl and the Su Supreme Supreme Supreme ¬
preme Court Curt might ght be b received rive in future futurewithout futur futurewithout
without giving offence olenc to t either eitherThe eitherTe eitherThe
The Te plan pla finally fnly adopted adoptd and put into intoexecution Intoexecution intoexecution
execution for the first frt time tme tonight tnight was wasborrowed W Wborrwed wasborrowed
borrowed borrwed from tho custom cltm prevailing praing at atfunctions atI atfunctions
functions at the Spanish court curt In Madrid Madridtho Maaridtho Madridthe
I tho diplomats dlplomt te are ar Spnih grouped jrupd in front of the thethrone thetrone thethrone
throne trone but as 1 a similar limllr arrangement argment was wasImpotable wa wasImpossible
Impossible at the White Whit House Hol on account accountof aunt auntor
of Impihle the limited lmited space in front of the place placewhere pla placewhere
wher where the President Prsident lpc Mrs Mr Roosevelt Rvelt and the tholadies theladles theladies
ladies of the Cabinet stand stnd in tho Blue Blueroom Bue Bueroom Blueroom
room while whie receiving rciving guests gest a modifica modification modifc modification ¬
tion ton of the Spanish Spnih custom ctm was wa made to tosuit t tosuit
suit the conditions conditionsThis conditons conditonsTs conditionsrids
This Ts te modification modifcaton consisted In Inviting Invitingtho ivtig ivtigthe invitingthe
the members of the Diplomatic Dplomto Corps Cors to toplaces toplae toplaces
places plae behind the line lnN in tho Blue Bue room roomThey roomhey roomThey
They hey were not received reeive and all al were ex expected expeted cxpocted ¬
pected peted to t be behind behlnt the line lie when tho thoPresident thoPresident thePresident
President in receiving reeiving entered entere tho Blue Blueroom Bue Bueroom Blueroom
room with wth the others of the receiving receivingparty reeivin receivingparty
party Thus when hen tho reception reepton was wa be beSin begun begun
gun the members of tho Senate Sente and the theouse theHouse theHouse
Sin House ouse in whoso whos honor tho function functon was washeld wa washeld
I held were the first frst to t be received reived tho thoAmbassadors thoAmbaBdorR theAmbassadors
Ambassadors AmbaBdorR the te Ministers the thl Charges Chargestho Ca s stho
tho Secretaries 80retarel and ad the attaches atths being beingmerely beingmerely beingmerely
merely honored honore spectators spectatorsHereafter Snetator spectatorshereafter
Hereafter Horentr at all a 1 White House louo official officialreceptions ofcial ofcialrecptons officialreceptions
receptions recptons with the exception excepton of that for fortho forthe forthe
the Diplomatic Dlplomato Corps CorPt those thos in whose whos honor honorwhllo honortho honorthe
the repton reception Is hela held wi will b he recived received frst frstwhio first firstwhile
whio while the diplomats will wl not be b received receivedthe recived recivedat receivedat
at al all but wi will b be Invtd invited to pla places bhind bhindthe behind behindthe
the line lne N At the receptions recptons In honor of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Diplomatic Dlplomato Corps CorJ tho diplomats dlplomat will willbo wi willbe
bo 11 received reClve first frt and will wi not bo b invited invted to toplaces toplaces toplaces
places behind bhind the line lineArchie lne lnerchle linetrehie
Archie rchle Roonevelti Rosevelt Snow Fort FortWASHINGTON FonWASINOTON FortWaSIIINOT0N
WASHINGTON WASINOTON Feb 4 4Vlltor 4Visitors Visitors to Prod Prcsilent Proddent Prosdent
dent Roosevelts Roos eveltl evelts office ofce this thll morning morl were werebilged wereobURe wereobliged
bilged obURe to pans in I front of a huge hugelnow hugeenow snow fort fortrooted for forterected
rooted erete by Archie Roosevelt Ro8velt the Presl Preslents Prel Preldent Presidents
dent dents ents young son which commands commandl the en enranee entmnce entrance
trance ranee to the Executive Eeutve Building Buiding The Te walls wallsf wall wallsof
of > f tho fort tor which are formed fore of large larle blocks blocksof
of f snow fnow are areuly fully eight elghtet feet high The young youngjullder youngbuiler youngbuilder
builder builer of the fort conducted conducte offensive olenlve or orlefenslvo ordefensive ordefensive
defensive operations opertons from the th shelter of the theortlficatlons thf thefortifications
fortifications this thll morning morlnl the enemy be beng beIng heing
forifcton
Ing ng the te Secret Seret Service Serie officers ofcer and polio poliojacn poUo poliomen
men me stationed sttone at the White Wt House Houe
OUR FLAG DOWN IN COBALAST CUBAI CUBAIlAST CUBAILAST
LAST OF THE TiE AMERICAN AllERICAN TROOPS TROOPiSAIL TROOPSSAI TROOPSSAIL
SAIL SAI AWAY AUAl IN HONOR HONORHalliard HONORBalard HONORHalilard
Halliard Balard Breaks a a as the Single Star o oCuba of ofCuba
Cuba Cba Rises RIII In Place of the Stars am amStrlpef and andStripNoble andStripesNoble I
StripNoble StripesNoble Strlpef Noble Tribute Tbute of President PreildenPal Peldent PeldentPma PresidentPalma
Pal Pma Palma ma to Ills Jls Countrys Conlr Dtllvcrrrt DtllvcrrrtSftclal DeJverrr DeJverrrSlco DeliverersSp
Sftclal Slco Sp ctaZ cablt Cabl Dcipatcli Dupatl to 0 TOT TB TUBIrAVANt SUM SUMHAVANA StN StNIAVN
HAVANA Fob Fe 4The last
IAVN four com companirs compnlof cornpanics
panics pnlof of American AmcicnartUeryln Americanartilleryin artillery in Cuba Cb bearded boardexthe bade beardedthe
the transport trnspr Sumner at the Triscornlj Triscornljwharf Trscrl Triecorniawharf
wharf whar at 4 oclock this afternoon afternoonThe afernon afernonTe afternoonThe I
The Te ceremony cremony of leavetoMng leealdng was wa very verysimple Vr verySlalpie
simple At about 2 oclock oclol President PresldenPalma Prident PridentPalm PresidentPaima
Palma Palm accompanied acompnie by Mr Bqulera uler the theAmerican theAmeritan theAmerican
American Ameritan Minister and the te members membr o othe or orthe ofthe
the Cabinet Cbinet crossed crMo the tht harbor and went wenito wentto wentto
to tho American Amercn camp behind bind the Cabafli CabafliFortrenB Cbn CabafiaFortress
Fortress FortrC wherethe where the Twentieth Tentfth and Twenty Twentysecond Twentysecond Twentysecond
second companies cmpnies were wer stationed Itatone and andwhere anc andwhere
wher where the Seventeenth Sventnt and Nineteenth Nineteenthcompanies Nietnth Nietnthcmpnle Nineteenthcompanies
companies cmpnle which arrived arhed yesterday Yftery from frm
Santiago HntiaRo were wer also al waiting waitng
The four companies cmpnie stood in line lie upon upontho uponthe uponthe I
the green gen slope beyond the camp omp In I
front of them was wa a n flagstaff tgtal with the Ameri American Americn Amencan ¬
wth
can cn flag fag flying tyng from it Two companies cmpnie of ofGuard
Cubq Cubaz arUery artillery and a squd squad of the Rural RuralOuard RuralGuano
Guard then formed fore on the right and left of ofand ofthe ofthe
the lne line Preident President Palm Palmatheofficial tie ofcial party partyand
and about 400 other py pyand
abut 40 persons ronl mostly motly Amen Ameriposite Amer Amencans
posits positeThe plte canl cans lvg living here and toult touj1sts stoo stood op op opposits
The troops trp troops presented preete arms am and the
American Aericn flag fag was wa lowered lower and ad the Cuban Cubanflag bn bnI
flag fg was wa hoisted hoite in its 11 place plac As A the flag flagwent fag fagwent
I went went wentaloft aloft alof the th Cabana Cb a Fortress Forr fired fr a asalute aBlute asalute
salute Blute of twentyone guns gunsPresident gun gunsPresident
President Psident Palma Palm addressing addrsslR Minister Ministermuch
I Squier Squlera In Eglsh English said that he felt to too toomuch
much emotion emoton to make mke a long address addrss addrssI
He added addedWe addedSo
ndpd ndpdWe
I
We So are ar in tho presence prlnc of the most mot ex extraordinary exI extraoreiinax7 ¬
traordinary trordlnar fact fat recorded In the annals annls of
I history histor Wo are ar rcore hero her to see off 01 from frm fromour fromourshores our ourshores ourshors
shores shors tho remainder rmainder of the troops the theI
I United States Stts left in Cuba Cb after helping helptg us usto usI usto
to secure scur our independence independenceThey indepndeno independenceThey
I They could stay longer longr under any anypretext ay ayprtext anypretext
pretext prtext whatever They could culd enforce enforceany enrorcei enforceany
unjust demand but the
i any Govern Government Gover Governenent ¬
ment of the United States Identified Identfed with withthe withtho withthe
j the liberal lbrl spirit and noble character charcter of ofthe ofI ofthe
the American Americn people pople Is i willing wlin wilIin to prove provethe prv provethe
I the Impersonal Imprnal Interest Intert and sincerity sincrity of
the aid it rendered rnder us showing at the same sametime satnotime mo motme
time tme that we have hv as 8 an independent independentpeople Indepndent Indepndentpople independentpeople
people pople the confidence cnfdenc of one of the most mostpowerful mostpowerul mootpowerful
powerful powerul nations natons of the earth earthThe earh earhTe
The Te example set lt by the United Unite States StatEs
In withdrawing wihdawing her troops reflects ever ¬
troop refes ever
lasting latng glory glor upon upn herself heJel and ad causes clC us usto I usto
to be b proud of ourselves ourelv It I shows that thatnobody thatnoby thatnobody
nobody noby doubts our ou competence for self selfgovernment sel selfgovernment
government gverment and ad ability abity to maintain mitain peace peaceIn peaceIn N NIn
In conclusion conelllon President Preldent Palma Palm pace asked askedMinister ake
Minister Squiers Squier to be the interpreter interreter of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the good goo feeling felng of Cuba Cba and bade God Godspeed Gods Godspeed ¬
speed s d to the troops troopsMajor troop troopsMajor
Major Brown Brw replied reple thanking thaking the Pros Prosfor Prel Preldent Prosident
dent in the nae name of the ofcr officers and men menfor menfor
for his good god wishes wishesThe wshe wishesThe
The troops troop then marched mche about abut half ha a amile arails
mile to where wher the Sumner was waiting wating for forthem forthem forthem
mle them The Cuban COI troops trop led le tho way
There Tee was wa one incident of the ceremony cremony
that attracted attracte everybodys everbodys attention attnton The Theusual Theusual Theusual
usual salutes uts were exchanged exchge when the thoAmerican theAerican theAmerican
American Aerican flag fag was wa lowered lowere and the te Cuban Cubanflag Cban Cbannag Cubanflag
flag hoisted hoited As the latter lattr was wa being bing I
hauled up one of the te halliards haiard broke A Asoldier ABoldier Asoldier
soldier tried tred tocatch it but the breeze breezecarried breze brezecarried breezecarried
carried it out like lke a piece piec of string with the thoflag thefag theflag
flag fag attached attched and amid ominous wth silence silencethe sienc silencethe
the emblem eblem was wa hoisted to t tho top of tho thostaff thostd thestaff
staff where It twisted twist and floated foted like lke a acolored aclor acolored I
colored clor rope ropoSCARE rp rpSCARE ropeSCARE
SCARE EM E WITH PATROL WAGONS WAGONSCapt I WAGONSt7pt AGOl AGOlcpt I
Capt cpt Dnrnss Rrns Men Make 1Iake a Round of Sus Suspected SU Suspected ¬
pected Poolrooms PoolroomsTwo PoolroomsTwo PoolroonisTwo
Two patrol wagons wagon and ad twenty plain plainclothes plainclothe plainclothes
clothes clothe men left the Church Chuh street station stationat staton statonat
at 3 oclock ocok yesterday yetrday afternoon Going Goingthrough Ging Gingthrough Goingthrough
through Washington Wahlnton Dey and Cortlandt Cortlandtstreets Cortandt Cortandtstrts Cortlandtstreets
streets strts the sleuths dropped droppe off 01 in threes threesand thre threesand
and fours four After Afer they wore all al scattered scatteredtho scatere scatteredthe
the circuit of certain certainstreets certainstreets
patrol wagons WIOI began a ciuit crtain crtainstret
streets stret stopping for a few minutes minute in front frontof frontof frontof
of each eh suspected SUFpte place plae and then driving drivingon
on to the next nextTho nextThe nextThe
The appearance of the patrol wagons wagonskept wagonakept wagonskept
kept a apparance good gO many visitors vlslton from entering enteringthe enteringthe
the suspected places phlcel Capt Cpt Burns Buns himself himselfspent hlmselrspent hiniseirspent
Slpte
spent a good part of the afternoon on the thostreets thestreet thestreets
streets street Ro Ho le personally pronly prt inspected Inspete most of ofthe oftho ofthe
the places pln under suspicion suspicionWhllo suspicionWhile
While Whie the captain sWPlcon sWPlconWhie and four touT of his men menwere menwore menwere
were standing stnding in a hallway halway in in lower Dey Deystreet Deyetret Dc Dcstreet
etret street a man mn came and seemed seme to be much muchat muchat muc mucat
at home Finding that he could not get getinside getInide getinaido
inside Inide ho h turned tune to the plain clothes eothe men menand menand menand
and asked ake why Theres nothing doing doingreplied doingrple doingreplied
replied rple the captain captainAro cptain cptainAro captainMAre
Aro the police plco next to tho place he hnasked heaked heasked
aked akedThey askedThey asked
They are v replied repled the captain captainThe captin captinThe captainThe
The captain captin said later that hn 11 had hd been beencompled beencompelled
compelled 1 Y to I resort 1 X to l t this l s methoe method 11 1 1je beauKe beauKehe because becausehe
compled he je could not prevent the poolrooms poolroms from fromoing frol froitidoing
doing business bllnes in any other way wayTHE wuyTHE wayTHE
THE CONSTRUCTIVE RECESS RECESSTlllmanf RECESSUr
Ur Tlllmanf 1lmanl Resolution Rrloluton Toned Tontl Down Downnd Dwn Dwnand Downand
and nd Adopted by the Senate SenateWASHINGTON SenateWAB SenateWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON WAB NGTON Feb 4 4Mr Mr lrTlman Tillman Dem DemC
S C called cale up his constructive contrctivo recess recesitesolutions reel reelresoluton recessresolutions
resolutions resoluton in the Senate today and Mr Mrroctor MrProctor MrProctor
Proctor roctor Rep Vt offered olere a letter from fromlecretary tromSeretar fromSecretary
Secretary Seretar Root giving the War nr Depart Departments Depat Depatments Departmonts ¬
ments view of nny appointments made madeluring madeduring madeduring
during the constructive conltruotve recess ree on Dec De 7 7Mr 7Mr 7Mr
Mr Tillman Timn at the suggestion suggeton or Mr Mrlalo MrHale r
Hale toned tonc down his resolution repluUon some somerhat somewht somewhat
what wht by striking ttrkln cow out a clause cJueo ashing Ildng tho thoudlciary thoJldlcary theJudiciary
Judiciary Jldlcary Committee Commite what course cure was waslecessary WB wasnecessary
necessary ne88ry to prevent the holding of office officoiy omcnby officeby
by iy persons appointed by the unlawful unlawfulxorciie unlawul unlawulexercse unlawfulexorcise
exorcise pron of executive ocutve authority authorityWith authorty authortyWih authorityWith
exercse With Wih this amendment the Senate Snnte agreed agreedo agr
to o the resolution resolutoD
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Final Clearance Sale of ofSuits ofSus ofSuits
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Cassimere in mixtures and of Cheviot CheviotThibet CheiotTlibet CheviotThibet
Thibet Tlibet or Serge in black or blue To Toaugment Toaugment Toaugment
augment the above garments we will wi also alsooffer alsooffer alsooffer
offer several hundred light lght and medium mediumweight 1 Y Yweight
weight suits for Spring wear wearFormerly wearFormerly wearFormerly
Formerly up to 2000 2000Atnoo 2000At i iAt
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highgrade fabrics Of the Tourist Coats Coatswe
we have all al sizes Box Models are for the themost themost J
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Of Madras in neat woven or printed designs designsatachec attached or ordetached ordetached ordetached
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Formerly Formery 150 to 200 At 85c 85cStiff 8 8Sff 85cStiff
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i ROCKEFELLER ONLY OlLY HELPS HELPSi HELPSWill HEI HELPSWill PS
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Will mi Not of Himself Imlel flimseitMake Make the Unlverslt Unlversltof UnlnrslY UnlnrslYof Eniveraltyof
of Chicago Cle o Independent IndependentCHICAGO IndeprndentCmcAoo IndependentCUICAGO
CHICAGO Feb 4 4Joh 4John John D Rockefeller Rockefellerfounder Rckereler Rckerelerfounder Rockefellerfounder
founder of the University Unlverity of Chicago Clcgo does doesnot doesnot
not Intend Intn to endow the th institution insttuton to the thepoint thepint thepoint
point pint where whr it will wl need ned no further furher en endowment endowment endowment ¬
dowment according acrdlng to President Pident Harper HarperIn Harr HarrIn
In the course cur of an address addr to the te mem members membr momhers ¬
hers br of the senior 8nlor class cl Dr Harper Hrr assured assuredtho a assuredthe
the students student that tht the university univerity would wouldbo wouldb wouldbe
bo b compelled cmple to depend depnd for future rutur endow endowment endowment endowment ¬
ment as l much on other wealthy welthy friends friendsas
as a on Mr Rockefeller RockefellerUp Rockefeler RockefelerUp
Up to the th present prnt time tm said President PresidentHarper Prsident Prsidentlarr Presidentharper
Harper larr Mr Rockefeller Rckereler has h given gvn the theuniversity theuiverity theuniversity
university uiverity 11200 12000000 From other sources sourceswe surcs sourceswe
we have hv received rcived 8000000 00 Mr Rocke Rockefeller Roke RokeIntnds Rockefeller ¬
feller intends Intnds always alway to t keep kep his hi gifts gft in injust Injut injust
just jut about abut this proportion proprion to the gifts glt werclv wereceive we wereceive
receive rclv from other friends friendsTho frend friendsThe
The students student had been bn expecting expcing the an announcement annoucment announcement ¬
nouncement noucment of a gift gft of 1500 25000000 from the theoil theoi theoil
oil oi man manSTOCK mn mnSTOCK nmnSTOCK
STOCK CERTIFICATE RAISED RAISEDOne
One Share of the Smelting Smeltnl Co Made 01 01nncl OJand 01anti
and a Broker Arrested ArrestedRobert Arrsted ArrstedRobert ArrestedRobert
Robert 8 Campbell Campbel a 0 broker brker at 25 Broad Broadstreet Brad Bradstrt Broadstreet
street strt who lives IIs In Yonkers Yonker was W8 held for fortrial fortrial fortrial
trial In 5000 50 bonds bnds by Justice Juto Wyatt in inSpecial InSpecial inSpecial
Special Sessions Ssions yesterday on a charge of ofhaving othalng ofhaving
having uttered a forged forge stock stck certificate certificateAccording crtfcat certificateAccording
uttr
According to Assistant As tnnt District Attorney AttorneyKresel Attrney AttrneyKr AttorneyEresel
Kresel Kr crinl l Campbell Capbel bought a share sar of ofAmerican ofAtrlcn ofAmerican
American Atrlcn Refining Rfnll and Smelting Hmelig Company Companystcck Cmpany Cmpanysteck Companystcck
stcck early In November and soon son after aftertried aftr aftrtred aftertriert
tried to borrow borw 5000 50 from George Gerle W WDresser WDrcSr WDresser
tred t
Dresser DrcSr of 41 Wall Wal street strt on the certificate certificatewhich certfcat certificatewhich
which had been ben rained ralE so 8 as to make It Itappear Itappar itappear
appear appar that tat he was wa the to holder of nlnety nlnetyonn nlnetyonA
one shares sharesDresser sharesDresser
Dresser Dresr snrs snrsDresr communicated ommunicat with the te Smelting Smeltinecorporation Smeltl Smeltingcorporation
corporation crraton and learned l nrnP that tlat Campbell Campbellwas Campbel Campbellwas
was the owner of only ono share shar He ac accordingly 10 10crlngly aocordingly ¬
cordingly wa to ownM laid the realtor mater before bptor the te Dis District Di Distriot ¬
crlngly te
trict Attorney Attrey and caused cale the brokers brokersarrest brokersareft brokersarrest
arrest arrestCampbell arrestCampbell
areft areftCampbel
Campbell denies having attempted attmptd to t de defraud defraud defraud ¬
fraud Campbel Dresser DrBer Ho says that soon Bn after afterho aftr aftrho afterho
ho had purchased the share a friend bought boughtit bujht bujhtit
ha < te snr
it from purc8 him This Tl friend frpnd was wa pressed prM for formoney formoney
money later and borrowed borrwed 1500 15 from frm the thebroker thebrker thebroker
broker giving among other things the thesliaro theshare
brker aong oter ting te teshao
share shao of stock stck as a security curly Campbell CmpbeU de declares deearcs dechores ¬
chores that the certificate rtlfcato must have been beenraised bfn beenraised
raised earcs while whlo tat in the possession psBlon of this thi friend friendWhen rrltnd rrltndWhEn friendWhen
When rie WhEn he received rclf it back ho says sys he did not notnotice notnotc notnotice
notice that it had hn been raised raisedH raisd raisdHe raisedHe
notc
H He said that the friend Is in London or orLiverpool orLiverpol orLiverpool
Liverpool Liverpol and that tat he has hn been unable to tocommunicate tocmmunicat tocommunicate
communicate cmmunicat with him himCampbell himCampbel himCampbell
Campbell admitted that ho bought ono ononharo on oneshare
share Ma Campbel of Western nmitt Union stock and a share are of ofPennsylvania ofPennsylvania ofPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Westrn Railroad Halroa stock at the tht time timnho tmn tmnhe timehe
he got the Smelting Smeling stock Ills ILi wife ho hosnldj heMid hosaid
snldj Mid had aske asked kf l him to t buy several shares sharesof shaf1 shaf1of
of stock for her and had ha instructed iltructed him to tohave tohavo tohave
have each share in a different d Ilennt corporation corporationHenry croraton croratonlrnr corporationHenry
Henry lrnr Jackson JakRon of the tie Hotel Hotl IWleclaire IWleclairefurnished iblleclairofurnished leclalre leclalrefurnbhed
furnished ball bal for the broker brokerREITttLICAX brokerltlBUtN brokerItEII
ltlBUtN ItEII REITttLICAX BLICIX EDITORS MEET MEETNenttor UrT UrTttnalor IIEETSenator
Senator ttnalor nepew Secretary Tafl and ex exCov cxFrank
Cov 0 Frank rank S mark Daek Deliver Aililrcsaes AililrcsaesWASHINGTON AtitiresoesWASnINUT0N drc88 1 1WASINGTON
WASHINGTON WASINGTON Feb 4 4The The National Katonal Re Republican Republcan Republicari ¬
publican publcan Editorial Eitorial Association Aloiaton and the theNew theNew theNew
York Editorial Associa Association Association ¬
New Republican Republcan Eiorial Asoia Asoiation
tion held a joint session at the Arlington ArlingtonHotel Arlngton ArlngtonHotel ArlingtonHotel
Hotel tonight prior to attending atending the theCongress theConlrts theCongress
Congress reception rCptlon at the White House HOUHOPresident HouBt HousePresident
Conlrts President John Joln A Schlelchrr presided presidedand presidedand presidedand
and oxOov Frank Fak S Black Back of New York YorkSenator YorkSenator YorkSenator
Senator Depow of Now York and Ind Secretary Secretaryof
of War Taft at delivered delere the principal ad addresses addrelsC addresses ¬
drelsC dressesJoy dresses dressesOov
Oov Joy Taft concluded the speechmaking speechmakingHo lpechmaklng lpechmaklngle
Ho left politics poltc far behind him him save RaVI as a an anincidental anIncdental anincidental
le incidental issue and just gave gaVI one of his hishenrty hiI hishearty
Incdental anl
hearty jovial como to me me sort of little littletallw ltte lttetallH littletalks
talks tallH that put everybody in a good goo humor humorand humorand humorani
and started thorn them on their thCr way to the White WhiteHouso Whie WhieloUB Whitehouse
house rejoicing rejoicingiov rejoicng rejoicngov rejoicingCoy
loUB Coy iov ov Taft TaC said Md that what tho Philippines Philippinesneeded PhllppinEf Philippinesneeded
needed was Wi American AmErcnn enterprise enterprse push PUF and andioney andmonoy andmoney
money and that the foolish fools11 idea idea in the thelinds thomlndf theminds
minds mlndf of the nubile publc about abut the bad climate climateo clmato clmatoof
of the Islands had 10ne clone and 18 was contnuing contnuingt continuing continuingto
t to o do a great deal d 11 of harm in keeping people peopleiway peplo peploawoy peopleaway
away awoy from that part of the world worldWhile worldbie worldWhite
While bie Home 10ui0 Reception RItpton to Congress CongressWASHINOTON Conlrl ConlrlWASTNOTON CongressVAST1lNCiTON
WASHINOTON WASTNOTON Feb 4 4The The Tl annual re reeptlon rE rEcepton recoption
eptlon cepton given tonight by tho President Presidentnd plident plidentad Presidentand
ad and nd Mrs MI Roosevelt to the Congress CongrC was wasAttended W Wattende wasattended
attende Attended by the usual insignificant In81gnlfcant sprink sprinking sprinklng sprinkling
ling lng of Senators Senaton and Representatives Rpreentatve Mrs Mrslhaw Mr8shawl MrsShaw
Shaw shawl Mrs Mr Knox Mrs MI Hitchcock Ichcok and Mrs Mrsobert Mrf MrsCortelyou
Crte Cortelyou you aliste assisted Te The Presidents uncle uncleHobert uncleRobert
Robert B Th Roosevelt Rsevelt of New York was 18 waspresent
preent present
TO DISFRANCHISE DISFR4NCHlSE NEGROES NEGROESMaryland NEGR NEGROESMaryland f jf jf1lanland
Maryland 1lanland Democrat Demoert Preparlni Pernl to Work Workthe Wor Worithe 1
the Grandfather Grndfather Clause Caule Rue ButeANNAPOLIS RueANNAPLIS RuseANNAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS ANNAPLIS Md Feb 4 4A A A bill bU was w in introduced Introducd introduced ¬
troduced troducd in the Legislature Lgilatur of Maryland Marylandtoday Mrlnd Mrlndtody Marylandtoday
today tody having havig the te avowed purpose pU of f die disfranchising di diefranchising ¬
franchising frnchllng practically protcly all al the te negroes negroeswho ngs ngswho negroeswho
who are ar now no voters votr In the State Stt The T bill billprovides bi billprovides
provides prvids for the submission Bubmllon of a consti constitutional ontl constitutional ¬
tutional tutonl amendment jto t the voters votr of the theState te teI theI
I I State Stt at the next general gnerl election electionThe electin electionI
I The disfranchisement difrciment of the te negro negrovoter I voter voterI vtr vtrI
ng
I is I to t be b effected electd chiefly chlefy by means meaN of what wht ia iaknown I Isknown
known know OH a the te grandfather grndfater clause cll such oh as asi a aswas
i was wa adopted adoptd in I North orth Carolina Crli The Te eX oxercise eXeruJ
I ercise eruJ of suffrage sUlrg is I to t be b limited lmitd to t three threeI thr t tI
I I I grades grdes first trt those tloe who can c read rad and ex explain explain ox11mm
plain 11mm satisfactorily stlfactrly any part prt of the te State StateConstitution Stt StateConstitution
Constitution Consttuton which may bo b Indicated idictd sec second 8C 8Cond eecond ¬
ond those thos who were voters votr prior pror to t Jan Ja 1 1line
189 18611 and thir third de8ndt descendants in a liea lieaI lineal r
line lne of such persons personsUnder peron personaUnder
I Under this tis law it will wl be b seen sn that tt no nonegroes nonegros nonegroes
negroes negros will i bo b able to t vote vt unless oley quail quailfled qul quellfled
fled fed under the te first frt provision proviion The Te ad administration administrton administration ¬
ministration ministrton of this thl provision prviion will wi be b under underthe uder uderthe underthe
the discretion dicrton of election electon officials officialsMore ofcll ofcllIore officialsMore
More Panama Pnama Correspondence s lnt Sent > nt to tothe tothe i ithe
the Senate SenateWASHINGTON Sen lc lcWAIINOTON I IWAsileNarcer
WASHINGTON WAIINOTON Feb 4 4Te 4The The President Presidenttoday Pdet Pdettody Presidenttoday
today tody complying with wih the resolution resolutionoffered reluton resolutionoffered J Jofered
offered ofered by Senator Culberson Clberon sent to t the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate some additional additonal correspondence corepondenc in inconnection I inconnection
connection conneton with the Panama treaty trty Under Underthe Underthe Underthe
the terms term of the resolution reoluton the correspond correspondence corpnd corpndenc ¬
ence enc will wi be presented preente in executive exeutve session sessionFOR seon seonFOR sessionOR
FOR OR WOMEN WOMENMuch L1j L1jtM
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Desires to Know KnowAbout KnOYIAbDUl Knowabout
About Sanative Antisep Antiseptic ¬
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And about the Care of the Skin SkinScalp SkinScalp SkinScalp
Scalp Hair and Hands HandsToo
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the great value of Cuticura Soap SoapOintment SoapOintment SoapOintment
Ointment and Resolvent in the anti antiseptic antiseptc antiseptic ¬
septic septc cleansing of the mucous SUN SUNfaces SUffaces i 1 1faces
faces and of the blood and circulat circulating circulating circulating ¬
ing fluids thus affording pure sweet sweetand 3weetand sweetand
and economical local and constitutional constitutionaltreatment constitutonal h htreatment
treatment teatment for weakening ulcerations ulceratlonsinflammations ulcerationsinnammations i iinflammations
inflammations itchings irritations re relaxations relaations reiaxations ¬
laxations laations displacements displacement pains and ir irregularities irN irNregulariies irregularities ¬
regularities regulariies peculiar pecular to females Hence Hencethe Hencethe t tthe
the Cuticura remedies have a wonder wonderful wonderful ¬
ful influence inluence in restoring health healthstrength healthstrength i istrength
strength and beauty to weary wear women womenwho womenwho womenwho
who have been prematurely aged and andinvalided andinvalded andinvalided
invalided invalded by these thee distressing distresing ail ailments anment allmnents ¬
ments ment as well wel as a a such sympathetic sympatheticafflictions sympathetc sympathetcarr l lafflictions
afflictions arr lctions as anxmia an mia chlorosis hys hysteria hysteria ¬
teria and nervousness nervousnessWomen nervousnessWomen nervousnessWomen
I
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appreciated appriate the purity and sweetness nweetnesgthe fwetnos I Ithe
the power to attend aonl immediate Immeiate relief reliefthe relet reletthe reliefthe
the certainty of speedy spedy and permanent permanentcure I Icur
cure cur the absolute safety and great greateconomy grat grateconomy greateconomy
economy which have made mae the Cuticura Cuticuraremedies Ctcra Ctcraremeies Cuticuraremedies
remeies remedies the standard Itandar humour remedies remediesof rmeIes rmeIesof
of the civilized clvl2el world worldMillions worldMiions worldMillions
Millions Miions of women use le Cuticura Cutcura Soap Soapassisted SoapIlte Soapassisted
Ilte assisted by Cuticura Cuteurn Ointment Ontment for pro promrvina pro f fserving
serving Prvlng purifying and beautifying bautfying the thet thefkln theskin
t fkln skin > kin for cleansing the scalp Icalp of mists mistsecales crustsscales i iscale
scales scale and dandruff dandnlT and the stopping of offalling I Ifalng I 1 1failing
falling falng hair for softening sofening whitening whltenlnRand whiening whieningand
and soothing Aothlnp red rough and sore hands handsfor bandsfor handsfor
for annoying nnnorlnp irritations irlatonl and ulcerative ulcoratlveweaknesses ulcrtve ulcrtveweakncscl ulcerativeweaknesses
weaknesses weakncscl and nd for many lany sanative Iantve an antiseptic antl anticeptlc ¬
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themselves themstlvts as well wel OH l for nil al the pur purposes purpOI purposes ¬
poses pOI of the toilet toiet bath and nursery nurserySold nunr f
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