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4 M THE 1HHsUN SON SA SATDltDAY tURD yF FJ5BKUARY tU 1ty 6 1904
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SITES iis FOR NEW POST OFFICE OFFICE3IEETIXO OFFICEJIEI OFFICE11ElTIXi
3IEETIXO JIEI TJltW OF THE NEW YORK VORKCITY IORKCITr YORKCONGRESS
CITY CONGRESS CONlWESS DELEGATION DELEGATIONThe DE1 O Tl TlThe
I
The Sties Sils Offered Olered by the he Pennsylvania Ptnnsylvanla anil anilNew amiNew anINew
New York ork Central Ballroadi Rairoad Agreed Alrell AlrelloCOllltlO AireedToCommittee AgreedTo
To ToCommittee oCOllltlO Committee Named to 0 Get the theWhole thehole thethoIc
Whole hole Subject Uefore ldore Congrrw CongrrwWASHINGTON Concr ConcrWASINOTON
1
WASHINGTON WASINOTON Feb 5 5The The members member of ofthe ofthe oftIit
the New York city cty delegation In tho thoHouso tho10uso thehouse
house met again this morning moring to hear the thereport therport therPIOrt
10uso
report rport of their subcommittee fubcommie on plans plan for forobtaining forobtnlnlnr forobtuhuiiig
obtaining consideration conideraton by Congress Congres of the theNew theI theNw
New obtnlnlnr York Post Office Ofce matter mater The Thequestlon Thequestlonof question questionof
I of r hlto Ito it was wa the one which aroused aroued much muchdifference muchd muchdilTerenco
difference d lIe rnce of opinion Representative RepresentativeDouglas Uepresentatve UepresentatveDour11 1tepreontattveI
of a anew anew
I Douglas Dour11 advocating mlvocalng the appointment
J new commission to determine detrmine and Repre Representative Itpr Itprttutve Iteprebentative ¬
sentative ttutve Sulzor contending that the te matter mattershould mtter mttershould matterI
I should be proceeded proeeded with wih upon the te basis bi of oftho ofthe ofr
r the recommendations reconunendalon already made mae by bytho byI bythe
I the commission commJlon consisting conitng of tho Secretary Secretaryof Sertary Sertaryif
if of tho Treasury lrcMury the PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneraland PostmltrGeneral PostmltrGeneralant
I and ant the AttorneyGeneral which has hl ha already alreadymade oay oayIf alreadymade
If made its Is report in favor of two sites sits one oneoffered oneii Onefferei
offered olered by the Pennsylvania Penn8yIvaia Railroad Rld and andtho andtho andI
ii I tho other by I tho New York Central CentralMr CentralMiS
Mr 11 Douglas vigorously opposed oppos this thisproposition thispropositon thist
t proposition propositon as iu one which would bo con construed conItrled constriid ¬
strued Itrled as I a catering to railroad rairoad Interests InterestsMr Intrts IntrtslIr
Mr lIr lr Sulzer said sai It was wn tho only sensible sensiblewuy sesible sesibleWiY sensibleI
I wuy WiY to t proced proceed that another commission commissionwould commissionwOlld commissionI
I would wOlld moan mo a delay of two years In getting gettingtho gettingthe
r tho poet pOt office ofc and that no possible poslblo ad advantage a advantage ¬
vantage could coud accrue acruo by selecting selectng another anothercommission anotherI anothercommission
I commission commiion to do the work which had hadalready hadalready
already areayben been done by a commission com composed cornI ¬
I 1 i posed poed of the highest officers ofcrs of the Gov Government Govt Governrnont ¬
ernment ernmentMr ernmentMr ernrnontI
t I Mr Douglas Duglus went so far as to declare declarethat declarethat
J
that he would oppose oppse In the House loue any pro provision proviion provision ¬
vision viion which embodied emodied carrying crrying out Mr Sul Sulzers Sulzers SulI Sulers
I zers plan Just at this moment Senator SenatorDepew Snator Snatori Senatorp
p i Depew Depw appeared appared upon tho scene scne and the thematter themater thematter
matter mater of difference dllernc in the delegation deiegaton was wasexplained wasexplained
explained to him hm Ha H Immediately took tooksides tooksldt tookI
I sides sldt with Mr Sulzer and Mr Douglas Douglasbeat DouglaI Douglasbent
I beat bat a hasty halty retreat retreatand retrat retratI retreatSenator
I Snator Senator Dpew Depow Imid that the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaI
I I I and nne Now York Central were in entire har harmony harI harIflofly ¬
mony in tho mntU mnUIr r of post p t office ofo building buildingThe buidlnj buildingI
I I The former foner offered ofere a site fite which it would wOlld sell sellto seUt sellto
I to the Government for 2000000 2OO and prq prqpbsrd prQpi1 prqposedabuilding
t pbsrd pi1 posedabuilding a building buiding which would cost ct S1GOOXX S1GOOXXwhile Sl5O Sl5Owhie 15OOOOwhile >
while whie the Now York Control offered olend a lease leaseupon leasel leaseupon
upon l n a structure strctur which It was wal to erect erct it itself 1 itself ¬
self felf Both Bth hn hI said were wprt favored fuvord by the thePostmasterGeneral theP0tmSter thePostmaster
PostmasterGeneral P0tmSter Postmaster General who innintud in i ted that thatthere thatthere thattIurr
there should fhoull ho two buildings huicinJ1 in order to toproperly toI
I I properly proprly handle the great Irat volume of pOHtnl pOHtnlbusiness polalblslnsB iMtalhiiigiis
business blslnsB hiiigiis carried by these two road roadl The TheNew IheNew rhoNiw
New York Central Cntrnl site sie ho said laid would not notonly notonly notonly
only afford aford a point of iidvantocu Idalt o for re receiving repiviflg ¬
t ceiving civlng and distributing di 1j trihutn ri Iut i g mnils mnis flJ us but h t for local localdelivery locnldlver localdIlvery
delivery dlver In the populous populouf area from Twenty Twentythird TwentyI
I I third street stret 141 reL to 110th 10th I lflth stnot stnotSenator strt st re reSenator
Senator Depow Dt plw said Id tho Now ow York Cen Central CenI Central ¬
I tral purposed pUllsed IlIrlosf spending between bel ween 20000000 20000000and 2OOOOOOOiincl
i and 25000000 250 01 In improvements imprvements in erect crectfor erecting
1 anc Ing a buidint lniihuiii r unt cIi elctrifiug iltct ri fving If its lues luesI hoes hoesfor
I for local loal travel It I It wu Will us willing wilI to reserve reservefor rpl reservefor fo fofor
for the requirements reulrements of the Post Office Ofke De Department Det DoPartment ¬
t partment between 100000 100 and 120000 1200 h20fu square squarefeet ICuare ICuarei squarefeet
i feet for a I post office ofco This building buiding he hosaitl hefnd heahi
saitl fnd ahi would to he completed within within ithin four years yearsperhaps yers yearsIn
1 perhaps in three and l a half years yersand irsand nnd that thattime tllt tlltII thatIt
II It could be leaed loaieii for tfy hifty yearsl years with tho thoI thoprihifet
I t priviege prihifet of renowai ut tho enl end of that thatII thattiriie
II time tme for another fifty tty years Vlas and that the therental therenta1 therental
rental suggested was ca 00000 00 a year year It Italso Italso ItR Itals
also R als Iso proposed electrical eletrical apparatus for forholst forholstine hoist hoistrental lllst lllstii hoistlag
ii Inl lag and nd lowering lowerng tho malm mnlf from from the post postoffice pst pstft postoflic
ft office ofce oflic to tho curs The iIi effort elort ffij to appoint appointa
I 1 a new commission to select selet a site ie when whenono whenone
it ono had already been bepl recommended nommende by
the commissionhe commission ho Raid raised an entirely entirelynew entrely entrelynew
new question queltion other than that of getting gettinga gettng gettngI
a new post office building
I ofce buldin buldinIt
fj It was accordingly agreed that a com committee commito cornmittee ¬
mittee mito consisting consistng of Messrs Mtsr Sulzer Suler Rider RiderDouglas RiderDoujl ElderDouglas
I Douglas Doujl Goldfogle Dunwell Dunwel DunweilBarrisonand DunweilBarrisonandShobor Harrison an and andSliober aa aaShober
Sliober be appointed appinted which was wal done doneto doneho
1 to consult with wih the chairman of the Com Committee Cm CmI Cornmittee ¬
I mittee mlle on Public Pblc Buildings Buldlns uildngs and ad Grounds GroundsRepresentative Grunds Grundst Groundsii
ii t Representative IeprenlUve Olllett OUett with Mr r Hemen Hemenway lemen lemenway Hemenchairman
way chairman of the Committee CmmHte on Appro Appropriations Appr Appropriations ¬
priations priatons and ad with Speaker Speer Cannon to toset toIct toI
I set Ict eL their support irrngreeing lIagreeing hr agreeing to a provision provisionin provison provisonIn
I i in the public publc buildings buidngs bill bU if one Is to be beIntroduced beIntroduce bei
i Introduced Introduce at this ths session seion to t appropriate apprpriate appropriateI
I 2000000 200 for the purchase pUlcble of a I site If Iftjiero IfI
I tjiero tiern was to t be no public publo buildings buldn s bill billtiien bi billto
tiien t 1 to mako an effort elort to get the provision provisionin provsion provsionIn
in 11 the sundry civil cvl or some other bill The Thedelegation Iherlolegnton ShehlgtItiifl
delegation rlolegnton will Wl meet met again aan on Tuesday ueday
i to hear Ier the report of this committee committeeThe
l The lhe Postmaster Potmatr General Gnera today commtte tay received receivedfrom receivedfrom receivedfrom
from the New York Central Cntrl Railroad Ualroad Com Company Company Coinpany ¬
pany an offer oler to t lease leae a site for one of the thoproposed theproposd therroposed
proposed New York post office ofce buildings buildingsThe buidings buidingsfhe buildingsflie
The Postmaster General Is understood unerstood to toapprove toapprove toapprove
approve the offer oler and is II preparing a a bill billto bl billto
to be b Introduced Introuced in Congress Congres providing prvding that thattho tbattho
1 tho site sit bo leased Icaed for fifty fty years yeas instead insteadof
of ten the limit of all
t tn lmit al government governme tlea leases leasesunless
tr 1nlos8 unless Ipclaly specially provided for by COnKreH Congress CongressIh
The Ih orer offer today wa was for 4000 10 square squarefeet squarefAet squarefeet
feet of ground grund at an annual rental of 00000 1900 tOO000a 00000the
a the proposed proposd building buidinl to be constructed constructedby contructed contructedby
I by the tle New ow York Central Cfntrl This Tis proposition propositon propositionIj
Ij in no way affects alect the pending ndlng plan pln to con construct conI contrUct ¬
I struct the tim main p post < 5st st office ofce building buiding on the thesite thefite theii
ii site fite of the new Pennsylvania Pennylvania Railroad Railroadstation Iairoad
1 1 station stationP stationfI
P O OVER CENTRAL iJE TRAIN YARD YARDLatest rAnDr
fI
r II I Latest Iattlt Solution Solnton of oruptown Uptown Site Sie Problem ProblemOffered Poblem PoblemOrerel PrnblemOffered
Offered OfferedPresident OfferedPresident
Orerel OrerelI
I President Preident W II I Newman of the tle New ew York YorkCentral YorkCntrl YorkCentral
Central Cntrl Railroad Rlroa has ha written wlton to Postmaster PostmasterGeneral Postmater PostmaterOenerilenr PostmasterGeneral
General Oenerilenr Henry C Payne Paye calling calng attention attenton to totho tothe tothe
the advantages advantgesofere offered by bythespace the space spae bounded boundedby
by Lexington Lxington avenue Madison Madion avenue avenueFortyfifth avenueortyffh avenueFortyfifth
Fortyfifth ortyffh street Itrct and Fortysixth Fortysith street treetl as asii asIL
ii I site sie for the proposed proposol uptown uptow post pOt ofllco ofllcobuilding olco olcohuidlng oflicobuilding
building huidlng This Tis will w1 be part of the Centrals Centralsproposed Centralsprposc Centralsproposed
proposed prposc now train yard yardThe ya yardThe
The Te plans set forth by the New ew York YorkCentral YorkCentral YorkCentral
Central would provide the Government Governmentwith Goverment Govermentwith
with a working floor foor of about 77000 70 square squarefeet squae squarefeet i
feet fet over the tracks with an a additional additionalarea additonal additonalarea
I area for office ofce purposes purposoq of about 19000 19000quare 100 iti00oI
I square feet fet a total of nearly 100000 100000square 100 ioooooI
f I square feet The building buiding would be so soarranged soarranged
I arranged that mall mal could be handled hundle to and andfrom andfrm andfrom
from trains without the delay and
frm trins wihout expense expenseof expne expneof
of moving by wagons wagon The Central Cntral offers offersthis olers olersthis offersthis
this space spne to the Government Goerment for a long longterm longterm longterm
term of years yel at an annual rental of sao SO000 SO000with Oooowith
with wih the understanding that any increase increaseof increao increaoof
of space desired dCllred can bo provided provide for on a asimilar a61miar asimilar
similar 61miar basis basisIn b118 b118In basist
t In a statement Rtatom nt attached aUache to the offer offerW oter oterW offerw
W J J WilgiiH Wigus fifth fth vicepresident vicepreident of tho thoNow thoNew theNew
New York Central Centrl seta letl forth in detail detai the theadvantages thearvanaguI theiulvnntagos
advantages arvanaguI of the proposed propote site sie Of the thegeneral theRenell thegeneral
general Renell desirability delrblty of locating loatng the post postoffice postomce postsilica
office near the Grand Central Station Staton ho hotays hoIayn hosays
says taysninlU Iayn IaynAI saysAt
AI At the prc prcnt lnt tme tiiiie over 7 75 pOl pcc cent of the
I ninlU 0111 to nnd from trol mlii New York State and aUtlunada andanada
Cunnda and to tl tho WtHt Wltt tst and Northwest Northwelt In Inover II Isover
over tIm tl lines lnes c cftrlnq csntr1ni ntrlnK In tho Grand yen en ¬
tral Irll Station Sllllon and all al tho mall mal to and nd from <
New NfI KnKland JmIut centres nt that point This
l Ilrt lnrie r e amount of mail which aggregates a
mal
dully t1ul duhI weight eflht of more than 400WO aggrUlutes pounds a
400m
14 I handled hlndlld by wagon WUlon at a largo larlo expenso eptn PUndK o aim aimwith ul1 ul1with and andwith
with much delay It I therefore uiroears es esHintinl Cssntini
alllars alllarsntli
Hintinl ntli that a Oovernmcnt Uoerm nt post pOlt ofllcn should IhOlld
be nt lt or near nar the Grand Central Centrll Btutlon Btutlonvonlent Rtaton ca cavnlt cavpnlent <
vonlent vnlt to tho general public publc and so located 10lnted
Hint tho malls mnls may bo handled to nnd from
through I hroulb and suburban luburban trains without tho thotisn thl thulisa
lisa u n of wagons wllons These hlK objects can CII bo bt at ¬
tamed lainId by the tht construction lnstrlclon of tho building buildingover buldtli buildingover
th the tracks havln
over having the working workln floor
directly dlrecty over the earn cat with wih electric belts belR foor or orcaiiilly orlqlliy orcrilinhly
caiiilly lqlliy convenient convenlnt mechanical dnvlces dlle for forcurrying fornrrlm foreiirrylnjr
currying nrrlm tho mull lu1 matter mater from the working worklnl
floor to th tl the earn carl without wltholt trucking trlcklnl arid 1111 with without withOllt withalit ¬
out Iritirfercnco with wih the general public I IUblhUonshleratloti
bie bieonllertlol
Consideration onllertlol should Ihoull ho h given Alven to the nc ncr arssqlhihli
IC ICRRlhl
< r ssqlhihli RRlhl iblllly of this thI proposed prposd post ofllco ofr 11 to the thetlollrli
tlollrli lomral lost IOt OltliH Ole by means IfnR of the pncii pnciinmtlo 1111 piieiilulatlo
nmtlo tlihn tub now in use Ile which requires but blt
Ihrcn IIpn IlltO minutes mlnlte iiihiittt for first frst class matter materl rerllirel and by h hIlbway IIsubway
subway Ilbway ram ars which can pii plUS 1a8 8 to and lud from Iror horn tho
lencral irn ral Post Office OOc directly tlrlety under this thl tracks tracksnt trackl
nt lt the Oranil Central Centrll Station Itaton and directly directlyconnected dlrccl dlrcclrnnlctld directlyionnctei
connected rnnlctld with wih the proposed proposld new post ofllco ofllcooverhead onlcoVfrhead ofticeOVPrhefli
overhead overheadTho oVfrhead oVfrheadTho OVPrheflifun
Tho advantage advanta o afforded alorde by tho th direct directconnection diret diretonnrton directeonrection
connection onnrton of the road with the now Sub Subway SubS ¬
t S way SYILV also ailo in net let forth forthMr forthi forthMr
i Mr Wllgim Wigus gives gl figures turcl to show the do dorrablllty dollrlhlty dosralIlitc
llrlhlty rrablllty or thi tIl tl Centrals Centrll site Kie from n 1 finan financial tnln tnlndil finariciiI ¬
cial dil point pint or view At t present prrlnt hn nays MI siis the theGovernment theOovernment theOovernnient
Government ImmUra handlrl mail mai from Station II IInear I IInear
i near nCr the Grand Orlnll Central It occupies ocuplet about aboutMO
35000 MO square suro feet fct for which it pays pys about abu
I S35tO 35000 oolj a year for rent To this thi may L Ladaed be beaae bePadded
Padded adaed about yer as a much again agin for trucking truckingbetween truckingbtwe truckingbetween
aae between btwe Station Stton B and ad the te Grand Ora Central CentralIf Cnt
If I a space lpa of approximately ppotoy 100000 100 square aquarofe IlO IlOfct squarefeet
fe fct feet t is it furnished furnhe at a a rental rnW of SO 90000 a ayear ayerI ayear
year yerI it will wl afford about three thr times tmes the thearea theae thearea
aor
area ae now used at Station Stton H and add an anadditional anadlonl anadditional
additional adlonl ue coat ct to the Government a of but butS20Oa
S20Oa 20000 a year y r It I is I ezpeoted expt that the thebuilding thebuldig thebuilding
building buldig can ca be ready redy in three the years yearsAttention yo yearsAttention
Attention Attnton also is I called caled to the street stet ad advantages advante advantagss ¬
vantages vante to bo 10 had h when the tracks are ar de depressed dopressed ¬
pressed and the cross cros streets above Forty Fortyfourth Fortyfourth
pree fourth stret street rstore restored and to the arhi arhitetual arehi arehiteetural
1 tectural tetual beauties bute of the new ltW Grand Central CentralI Centralstaton Centralstation
I station stationTHE stationTilL
staton statonTIlE
THE ssnriCK PENSION lJSWV SChEME SCBEMEThe SCURmTe SChEMErue
The Te Army Arm anil all alit Navy HeElslcr Opposes OpposesIt OppOSt1 OppOSt1I
It I as Predatory IJredator Legislation LcelsUUonWASHINGTON Lptslaton LptslatonW LegislationVsIfINoToN
WASHINGTON W ASlNGTON Feb 5 GThe The Army and andNavy andNa1 andNary
Navy Na1 Register in its it issue istue tomorrow tmorrow will willprint wi willprint
print prnt a long editorial citria opposing the proposed proposedservice proposed8rlc proposedservice
service 8rlc pension scheme It is entitled entitledPredatory entted enttedPretory entitledPredatory
Predatory Pretory Legislation Lgislaton and says saysOne sy saysOne
One of the menaces threatening this GOT Government GOTernOcnt Goyeminent ¬
eminent ernOcnt with wih opportune precipitation prtclpltuton by byIts byIs byIts
Its Is authors l IA 1 service Irvlce pension pt nelon bill bi destined destinedto dostnw dostnwto
to add to the pension ponlion roll rol of the country country602G80 ooutr country6025O
602G80 102180 beneficiaries at on u increase tncrele In tho thopension thoIlension thepension
pension Ilension pension benefcaries budget of 47090302 per year ytllr It Ithas I ItIII1S
has las been ben elated from trol what must be re reHpected repectt tospected
state
Hpected as a reliable rllahle source of information informationthat Inrormatlonthat
that pectt the scheme originates or llnatts with wih Gen John 0 0Black CBack L LBlack
Black Back the CoinmauderlnClilef COlmnuderinChlet of the 0 A Ai
11 who happens to bo e chairman of the Civil CivilService Clvltervlce CivI8ervlce
Service tervlce ConiniUuilon COllison and occultly occultr reooirmzea reooirmzeaby recognized recognizedby
by Gen isp Sickles us u a Presidential Presldenta pomnbllltjr pomnbllltjrGen 1osslbllty 1osslblltyGen possibIlityflea
Gen mack recently appeared before the theHouse tbeHoue thehouse
House Committee Commitee rlcenty on Invalid Invald appeurt Pensions no nonnd accompante nocompanied
compante companied by other lembcr nienibers ot the 0 A H Hand itand
and presented prpsent their thrl claims for this formid formidublo tormldu formidable
able u ln raid upon tho public publo treasury A tow towmonths lowitionthis tw tw10ntbl
months 10ntbl prior to the national natonat political poltcal con conventions COI coiiventions ¬
ventions and the approach to what promises promisesto promlles promllesto
to vntons be a critical Presidential contest ottered otteredthe o oeredthe
the beat est cltclil posulblo p08 lblo Prtldcntal opportunity for cudiceUmir cudiceUmirCongress cudjeng cudjengCongresl cudgellingCongress erl
Congress Congresl and tho Chief Executive into u usubmission usublllon asubmission
submission sublllon of acquiescence xeoutvo In the face fact of ofnn ornn ofan
nn exorbitant forbltant demand which at one swoop swoopby swoOIIlels swoopswells
swells the pension bIll of this Oovernrpnt Oovernrpntby Cioverninemmt Cioverninemmtby
Ilels
by u sum equal to onehalf of the total totalamount totnlamount totniamount
amount appropriated spproprlate for the maintenance maintenanceof latntlnlnct
of the military mitay establishment establslulent or the support supportof
of the navy
Of Oreoursothiose course curse naV those who are arecharged clutreed clmrlpd with wlh t honor the theharboring honorboring har harborlug
boring of th this financial Innnclul flnnnciairesources resources or this Gov Government GovernOtnt Uovernament ¬
ernment ernOtnt realize realze well wel enough that a service srice servicepen servicepenIon pen pension penIon ¬
sion Ion bus all al the elements flements of a predatory proatory vial visitation vialtatfon lsl lsltaton ¬
tation upon the Government lovermnent The he acuteness acutonesaof
of taton the political situation however bO or does not notwholly notwbolh notwholly
wholly pltlal deprive siuaton many lany of these tbes guardians guardiansfrom guard guardiansfrom tans tansCrom
from exercising the power of protection protectionThe protecton protectonThe protectionrime
The suffrage sulrge rXlrcsnl Influence lutuence buck of the ho demand demandfor demandCor demandfor
for a service lervlce pension cannot be Ignored tlore at atthis atthis atthis
this time It must be treated treuted with respect respectIf respectI
If not tm with adoration The he excessive excestvo demand demandwill demandvI demanuwill
will I be wih honored adoraton as a something beneficial bnefcial and andthe undthe andtime
the vI elements elemtnts of opportunity opportuIty influence Ifuenle and andnecessity andnelesslt amidnecessity
necessity nelesslt conspire Illsplre to crown the efforts etorte of the theraiders tbero theraiders
raiders ro Idlra with success successIt succss succssIt
It Is a great reat pity that Congress Congess cannot cannotafford cannotaford cannotafford
afford aford to oppose successfully sucoe8ruUy a measure which whichwill whichvhii vhlchwi
will wi add to our olr pension expenditures expenditres the theannual tht timeannual
annual sum of M7000000 M7000000SEATE U7000 U7000SEATE 47OOOO 47OOOOSEXATE
SEATE PROCEEDINGS PROCEEDINGSThe
The Ilrlston Report Called Canel For ForUr Mr Mil Millory MmmlIor 11 11lor
lory lor Advocates Alhocatts the Canal Treaty TreatyWASHINGTON Teaty TeatyWASlNOTON TreatyVAsmlmsoToN
WASHINGTON WASlNOTON Feb 5 5The The Senate Snate today todaywithout todaywithout todaywithout
without debate agreed to a resolution resoluton of offered offere offered ¬
fered fere by Mr Gorman Dem em Md on Dec
19 instructing Instrucing tho PostmasterGeneral IoatmntorGenerl to tosend toHeD tosend
send HeD to tho Senate the report repolt of Fourth FourthAssistant FourlhA8istant FourthAssistant
Assistant A8istant PostmasterGeneral Bristow Dristw on onthe onthe ontile
the postal pstullnvestgaton investigation and the reports reprt of ofMessrs ofIessr ofMessrs
Messrs Iessr Conrad and Bonaparte Bonapre on tho Tul Tulloch Tulloch Tulloch
loch charges chargesIt charge
It l also adopted a joint resolution resoluton provid providing proldling providI ¬
ling I lag for the transportation transpraton of COO 0 Porto Rican Rcn Rcnteacher Ricanteachers Rlcnnteachers
teachers to the Unltd States State and return reurn on ona ona ona
a Government Goerlnent transport tranpor The Te teachers teaoer are areto areto areto
to pursue purue a summer sumer course coure in the univer universities unver unversles universltiem3 ¬
sities sles in the East EastTho Est EstThe EastThe
The Bacon Bcon resolution rsoluton advising advsig the Pros President Pr Prosdent ¬
dent to negotiate a I treaty trety with wih Colombia Clombi to toadjust toadjut toadjust
adjust adjut differences diferencs Between etwen the te United Unt States Statesand Sttes Sttesand Statesand
and that country countr was discussed discuse by Mr MrMallory MrMallory Ir IrlaUor
Mallory laUor Dem em Flu who strongly advo advocated advocated advocated ¬
cated ratification rattclton of the Panama Paam Canal Canaltreaty Canaltreaty Canaltreaty
treaty treatyThese
These bills bia were passed pasuedTo paSd
To 0 expedite business buslnCs Id hI the United Unied States StatesDistrict StMesDlstrlrt StatesDistrict
District Court for fol Oregon district by author authorising authorizing lthor lthorhlnl ¬
ising hlnl Circuit Cirolit Judges JudifS relol to hold District DIBtric Court Courtlit
lit 11 the absence of the District Judge JudgeAppropriating JUdfe JUdfeI JudgeAppropriating
Appropriating 1204004 10100 20000 for an Immigrant Immigrantstation Immigrantstation mmlrantstat
I station stat Arpropriltnl ou at San an Francisco FranciscoAmending jrnclsco jrnclscoAmendiul FranciscoAmending
Amending Amendiul tho act relating relatnl to Shipping
Commissioner Commsslonerl making it a misdemeanor misdemeanorto mlsdemeanor mlsdemeanorto
to detain eeauions StIIUS clothing clothlnl with wih a maximum maximumpunishment malmum malmumpunishment nmaximnumpummishmuont
punishment of six months 10ntbs Imprisonment Imprisonmentand tmprlocment tmprlocmentand
and SO 300 OO fine fne or both bothEstablishing boh bohEstablshlnl bothEstahuLshinm
Establishing Establshlnl a life le saving 8vlng station at the theentrance tbeentrance theentrance
entrance of Tlllamook flamook Bay Oregon OregonAuthorizing Orelon OrelonAlthorlzln OregonAuthorizing
Authorizing the Secretary Secetar of the Treasury Treasuryto IMsUry IMsUryto
to fix fx the salaries sularlps of the Deputy Collectors Collectorsof Clectors Clectorsor
of Customs ut Seattle and Tacoma at not notto notto
1 to exceed eceed S200 S OO Hentte each eachI eachI
I I I I AGRICULTURAL DILL nll PASSED PASSEDAttempt PASIWI PASSEDAttempt
Attempt In the House to Strike Out the theItem theIem timeheal
Atempt ltule
I Item Iem for Distribution Distributon or Seeds SeedsWASHINGTON SeedlI SeedsSVASimIN0T0N
I WASHINGTON WAsUNGTON Feb 5 5fhe The House to today today today ¬
day passed pBed the Agricultural Agrclurl Appropriation Appropriationbill Appropriaton AppropriatonbU
bill bU which wMehcres carries an expenditure of 5711 71
240 2 to a net increase IcrCo of S23OO 233080 over ove the te amount amountappropriated amou amountappropriated t tapproprite
In the law for the
appropriated approprite lw current currentyear currentyer currentyear
year yearAn yer yerA An A unsuccessful u0uccessful effort elort was made mde by byRepresentative byRepreentatve byRepresentative
Representative Repreentatve Sheppard Shepprd Dem De Tex Texto Texto Taxto
to strike strle out the item of 1290 290000 for the thedistribution thedistrbution thedistribution
distribution distrbution of needs sCs and to offer orer an amend amendment amondment amendmont ¬
ment providing provdIn that tht only new and untried untriedneeds untred untredsee untriedseeds
needs be distributed dstrbuted by the Department Departmentfor Departmentfor
see
for experimental experentl purposes pupose This Ths ho hodeclared hedelre Imodeclared
declared delre was the te intention Itnton of the te original originalTho originalirovjsion
provlion irovjsion for the distrIbuton distribution of orignal orignalprovlion seeds seedsrho
Tho proposition proposion provoked prvoke much discussion discussionMr dicssion dicssionMr sees seesfho
Mr Sheppard said Bid the present preet method methodemployed methodtmploye methodemployed
employed tmploye by the te Department was al a farco farcohowever farcoOtler farceOther
Otler Other member members WWI nlrl rural consttents consttentshowever constituents constituentshowever
however strongly trngly defended defendc the dlstribu dlstribuUon dstrbu dstrbuton distribuUon
Uon ton of garden seeds seedsMr se seedsMr
Mr Lucking Dem Mich advocated advocatedlimiting advorAte advocatedlimiting
limiting lmitng the number of doses of black blck leg legvaccine Ifgvaccine legvaccine
vaccine to to 200 He said
one applicant applcant 20 sid the theGovernment tbeOoyermet timeOovernmelit
Government Ooyermet Oovernmelit was encroaching encroachinj upon what whatwas whatwas whatwas
was rightfully rightuly private IJrvate industry idustry in making
large lrge distributions distributionsNo dstrbutlons dstrbutlonsNo
No material mterl amendments amendment were made mde to totho tothe tothe
the bill bi as I it was W reported repore to the House Housoby Hous Houseby
by the Agricultural Agrcltul Committee CommitteeTho Cmttee CmtteeTI ComanitteeThe
The TI House adjourned adjourc until ut Monday MondayWashington Mondayashlnlton MondayWashilnEton
Washington Society Notes NotesWASHINGTON Notel NotelW NotesWBIt1NOTON
WASHINGTON W SINGTON Feb 5 5Scretr 5Secretary Secretary of the theNavy theNav theNavy
Navy Nav Moody was WI the guest of honor honorat bonorat
at at a I dinner tonight tnight given by near Ad Admiral Admlml Admimi ¬
mimi and Mrs Mr Chester ChesterSenator ChesterSntr ChesterSenator
Senator Sntr and Mrs Mr Dryden Drden entertained entertainedat entertined entertinedat
at dinner diner tonight tonightSenator tonightSnatr tonightSenator
Senator Snatr and Mrs Mr Dopow Dopw gave a recep recp ¬
tion ton from 9 to 12 oclock tonight In honor honorof
of the New York Republican Itpublcan Editorial EditorialAssociation Editoril EditorilAsoiton EditorialAssociation
Asoiton Association and the ladles ldles who accompanied accompaniedthe
the party Memlwrs Member of ofthe the Cabinet QcblnotSuprenie QcblnotSuprenieCourt t Supreme SupremeCourt Suprme SuprmeCourt
Court Justices Justces Republican lopublcan Senators Snator and nndmembers andmembl andmemben
membl members of tho House IoU called cled during tho thoevening thuevening
evening to the number numbr of several Fveral hundred to toevening
Haleys laloys Band gave a musical muicl programme programmeMrs pro prograimacwhich rme rmewhich
which lted lasted throughout the evening and andnn andan
nn elabrto elaborate bulet buffet suppr supper WM ffed ffedMr served servedMrs
Mrs Mr Platt wife of Senator Snatr T 0
Platt assisted If1td Mrs Mrf Dopew Depw in receiving rciving
A small smal dinner party prtY for Miss l Ida Butler Butlerand Dute Dutennd Butlerafll
and Miss Jowphino Joephine Barber rbr daughter dughter and andnieco andniec andniece
niece niec respectively respetivey of the Hon lon E H
I
Butler of Buffalo JulaIo preceded proded the to reception
Mr and andlmirs ll Mrs Robert Hoort RoberiW W Patterson Pattron rcpton opened
the ballroom balroom of their beautiful blutul new opned house houseon hoU mouso mousoon
on Dupont Circle tonight toni ht by giving Ivlnl a acotillon acotlon acotihlon
cotillon cotlon in honor of their daughter Mbw Mi
Eleanor Eeaor Patterson Pattron who is I spending her
first frt winter hi i Washington WashingtonReport Wlhlngtn WlhlngtnReport WashingtonReport spnding
Report In New York Post Office Investiga Investigation Invsta Invstalon Investigalion ¬
lion lon Handed landed In InWASHINGTON InW inWAsi1INaTo
WASHINGTON W ASINGTO Feb B 5Te 5The Tho report of tho thoInspectors thoInspectors thoinspectors
Inspectors who Investigated Inveft at conditions cnditons In Intho Intho inthe
tho New York Post Office omc Ofilceonthe on tho te Postniastsr PostniastsrUsneralH Postmlt PostrnastrIrtmernis r rnlral
UsneralH nlral special specal order ordlr has been ben received receivedat reoeive
at tho Mr
Department Payno has ba not
had hnr tlmo to glance glance at Its contents cntnt nnd nndwill nndwi nodwill
will wi probably prbnb probab ly delay drllY formal consideration considerationof cmddrralon cmddrralonof
of the report rprt until untl the return rtur to the Depart Department Dplrt Dplrtment Departmnent >
ment of Mr Bristow Britlow who is i Ill I with wih grip gripat gripat gripat
at his hi home homeInquiry homInqnlry homeinquiry
Inquiry About Abou Trust Tst Cases CasesWASHINGTON CasesW CasesWASIIXNQTON
WASHINGTON W ASnNGTO Feb 6 5The Tho Rouse Houo Com Committee Commitre Conmimmittee ¬
mittee mitre on the to Judiciary Judicir today tay authorized authorizeda luthollz d dIt
a favorable fa vorblo report rprt on the bill bi Introduced Introducedl Introd nced ncedIy
l Iy by > y Representative Ueprelntathl Snlth Anlh Darn nl Texas Texasculling TexI Texasculling
culling caln upon upn the tht AttorncjGsiisrai AttrrJU ALLoriieyUnnral 19ral for in Inurination ¬
formation as al to II thu thl decfeioiirt Itc1loll in II onset ho
has brought brughl against agailHt the Ile trusts and as I to towhether towheter tosvhotherany
whether wheter svhotherany any ay cases Cles have hav trusthand upon his l1 motion moton motionY
bcen Y n advanced a y on o thocourt calendar C a J 54
1 I SENATOR HANNA HAS TYPHOID TYPHOIDTHAT TYPHOIDThAT
THAT FACT ASCERTAINED III IIITHE 1fFTIlE
THE TiE II 1OOI BLOOD LOO It TESTS TESTSHe TliTle TESTSlie
He le Is nesting Ucmmtln Well Wel and Ii Ilrlgter lrllttr anti anilAfore antiAI andMore
Afore AI ore Cheerful Now That Tat Ho le Know Knowitho lnoe lnoetlc Knowthe
the tlc Cause Caue of Ills 1lness1 Illness IllnessIt It Is Believed Belevd BelevdHe Jirlievetilie BelievedHe
He Became Infected Inreett In Columbus ColumbusWASIIINOTON ColumbulWABIIOTON ColumbusWAsluwoToN
WASIIINOTON WABIIOTON Feb 6 5Tle 5The The official ofcal an announcement announcement announcenient ¬
nouncement made by SurgeonGeneral SurgeonGeneralHlxoy
Hlxoy lxey this thi morning moring that Senator Hanna Hannawho Hannawho Hennaviio
who has ha been ben ill I at the Arlington lighm Hotel Hotelever Hotelever Hotelever
ever since his bl return retun from Ohio Ohi several severalweeks severl severlweks sev ral ralweeks
weeks weks ago was wa Buffering sUerlg from typhoid typhoidfever tyhoid tyhoidfever typhoidfever
fever did not cause cue much surprise suri to those thosewho thee theewho thosewho
who were familiar famiar with wih the patients patents con condition conditon conditlon ¬
dition ditionAs diton ditonAs ditlonAs
As published publihed in i TUB SUN SU this morning morningevery morig morigever morningevery
of the Senators condition conditionthat conditionthathas
every ever symptom syptom Snto1s cnditon cnditonthathM
that thathM has been ben observed obser since sic lost lt Sunday Sundayafternoon Sundy Sundyafernon Sundayafternoon
afternoon afernon tended tende to the belief blef that tht he was wassuffering wassurerig wassuffering
suffering surerig from something more mor serious seriousthan serlouathan
than grip and ad when the recurrent recurrentfever rcrrt rcrrtfever recurrentfever
fever was wa noticed notod the temperature temperatur big bignealy beingnearly being beingnearly
nearly nealy normal non each eeh afternoon ateroon and rising risingto riig riigto
to nearly 103 10 at night the physicians felt feltpractically feltprctcUy feltpracticaUy
practically prctcUy assured lur that Mr M Bannas ali aliment al allmont ¬
ment was Wi typhoid tyhoid fever feverIn feverIn feverIn
In view of the te profound prfound physical phyicl depres depression depreasion ¬
sion which whch sometimes smtme follows folowl a bad bd attack attackof attk attkor
of grip frp such as a the Senator Setr had recently recentlythey rety retythey recentlythey
they delayed delye making mking the te announcement announcementuntil anounment anounmentunU
until unU their views were confirmed confre by the thablood theblood
blood test made Dde by Dr Edward Edwar Behron Behrona Dehon Dehona
a bacteriologist bacterologist of Washington Wahingtn The morn morning mornIng mornlug ¬
ing bulletin bule Un announcing the te diagnosis diagois of ofMr orlr ofMr
Mr lr Hannas Hanns illness Iness was wa as a follows followsSenator folows folowsSenator followsSenator
Senator Hanna lanna has ha typhoid fever The Thadiagnosis Thediagnosis he hediagosis
diagnosis diagosis U II confirmed contmtd by the complete cmplete blood bloodexamination Moodtxumlnatou bloodexummiluation
examination txumlnatou reported reporte this thl morning morln by Dr DrKdward Drdwlrd DrEdward
Edward dwlrd Behron The Senator rested reltrd weU welllast weUlast weUlast
last night and ad this thll morning his temperature temperaturewas temptrature temptratureD
was D lot 10 and his pulse 82 82Afer 81After 2 2After
After Afer the morning morIng consultation cnultton between betweenDrs btwen btwenDr betweenDis
Drs Dr Rlxey Rxey and Magruder Mtder the te physicians physiciansleft phyiCi
left the sick room rom and ad announced anowlcd that thatunless tt ttunles thatunless
unless unles some unexpected uexptd change ohge for the theworse te tewor theworse
worse wor occurred ocurd they would woud not return returnuntil returnuntil
until unl B oclock ocock The Senator Sntor passed pd a arestful arHtfu areatfid
restful rHtfu afternoon atroon save for the te continuance continuanceof continuanof
of the to pains pi in i his hi stomach atmach and the th aches achesin
in his bi back bck limbs lmbs and joints joint During Duringtho Durig Durigtho Duringtim
tho afternoon aftron Dr William Wiim Osier OHlel of Johns JohnsHopkins JohnsHopkins
Hopkins Hopkin University Univeriy of Baltimore Btire arrived arrivedin
in Washington Wahigtn and this thl evening evenig held a 0 con consultation conHultaton consultation ¬
sultation Hultaton with wih Drs Dr Magruder Magrr and Rlxey RlxeyFollowing Rley Rleyolowlng RixeyFollowing
Following olowlng tho conference conferenc the te following followingbulletin folowlg folowlgbuletn followingbulletin
bulletin buletn was wnf Issued by Elmer Emer Dover the theSenator themntorf theSenators
Senator mntorf private secretary FCrtr
prvate
Dr Osler of Baltimore DBltmore who examined examinedMr fxamlne
Mr 1 r Hanna several sveral days ago called caled again againtoday againta agaimmtoday
today ta and ald was wal In consultation couslltat agol on with Drs DrsMagruder DrsMagruder UrsMagruder
Magruder and itlxey After Aler the consulta consultation consula consulaton consultatiomi ¬
Hxef
tion Dr Itixey Issued Issuld the following tololn foIiowin I state statement statement statemnemit ¬
ment ton The Uxef Senators central condition cndIton 1 1rood Is Isood isgood
rood There are no complications complcatons Ills Illsteinuvrnturo ls lstelperlul Illstemnleraturdm
teinuvrnturo telperlul at t U oclock was u 1018 and nil nilpulxi hi hipul hipuiM
pulxi pul bi biTho biJ biJrho bCFho >
Tho most mot encouraging encouaging feature featur of Mr MrHamiad MrHanna Mrhennas
Hanna condition condiion according to his phy physicianH physiclam playsiclans
sicianH and those who are acquainted acquate with withthe Wth Wththe withtime
the details det of his illness is the fact fat that thatwliilo thatwhUe thatwhile
als hi InC
while his weakness wealmes and physical depression depressioncontinue deprion deprioncontnue depressioncontinue
continue unabated unabate he has h to a great grat extent extentregained extentrgaine extentregained
contnue regained rgaine his hif mental poise Yesterday Yesterdayhe Yetrday Yetrdaythe
the Senator apparenty apparently didnt cae care whether whetherhe
he lived lve or died Hismental Hi his menta mental depression depressionwas deprelonwas
was n as profound a as his physical wean0 weakness weaknessHis
wasHis His physicians oould give him no satis satisfactory Mtl satlafactory ¬
factory Il physici answer as a to his hI condition conditon and ad he heappeared heapptard lieappeared
faoor
appeared apptard to be b very ver much disheartened disheartenedToday diheaned diheanedTo disheartenedToday
Today To ay however after afer ho learned leae that thatho thathe thatho
ho was wa suffering sufering from fr typhoid tyhoid fever he hewas hewas howas
was much brighter and a grt great deal del more morecheerful mr morecheerful
cheerful oherful This Thl morning shortly shorly after ater the thephysicianj te tephysician thephysicians
morg
physician loft he sent But for his hi private privatesecretary prvato prvatoscrtar privatesecretary
secretary who had not been bn In I the tio sick sickroom sik sikroom sickroom
scrtar
room since Ino last lst Tuesday Tuesdy When Wen Mr M Dover Doverbent Doverbent Doverbent
bent over him the Senator Snator whispered whisperedWell whiper whisperedWell
Well Wel they tell tU me I have typhoid tyhoid fever feverAttend fe feverAttend
Attend Atend to te thugs thig as a best bet you can until unt I Iget Iget Iget
get well wellMr wol wellMr
Mr Ir Hanna then Indicated that he de desired deaire dosired ¬
sired aire to have llav certain cCtln bills bil that he has ba had hadin hadIn
in preparation prepratlon Introduced Itroduce in Congress Congressand Clgros Clgrosad Congressand
and ad said sai that Senator Sntr Perkins Icrk of California Californiawould Cauorla Cauorlawould Caurorniawould
would attend to some of them and ad Senator SenatorFairbnki Snatr SnatrFalrblnki SenatorFairbankm
Fairbnki Falrblnki to t the others othersThU othorsThlo othersThim
ThU Thlo evening tvclllni It was Wi learned that further furthertesta furter furterhst furthertests
tests hst had ha been be61 made to determine detrmlo whether whetherthu whetherthu whetherthu
thu Senator was mae suffering sulerng from any form formof formof formof
of kidney troublo Although AltLugh the bulletin bulletinissued buletn buletnissued bulletInissued
issued tonight contained contined nothing with withlearned wih wihrar withregard
regard to this featue feature of te the CI case It wa was waslearned
learned Itared rar unofficially unofcily that the te Senators Senatorskidneya Sonatrs Sonatrskidneys Senatorskidneys
kidneys are In excellent exclent condition condlon His Hlaheart ll Hisheart
heart action Is I also o strong strongSenator strongSenator strongSenator
acton
Senator Hannas laas a friends frendsbeleve friendabehieve believe that he hebecame hebecame hebecame
became infected inet with Ith typhoid tyhoid while wl le In InColumbus iuColumbus inColumbus
Columbus Ohio O o some weeks weks ago He Hebecame Hebeamo Hebecame
became beamo ill i about tho 22d or the 23d of last lastmouth lat latmonth lastmonth
month which allows alows just about abut the nine ninedays ninedays ninedays
days period for the fever to develop Their Theirbelief Theirbelef TheIrbelief
belief belef to this effect efet is strengthened strengtened by the thefact te tetact thefact
fact that tat there ther have been ben about a thousand thousandcases touQd touQdces thousandcases
tho disease in Columbus
cases ces of dseae recently recentlyAs renty rentyA
As A there have lUve been only seventeen deaths deathsout deathl deathlout deathsout
out of this large number of cases Cle the Sen Senators Senators Senatorms ¬
ators friends are ae hopeful that his attack attackwill attek attekwi attackwill
will prove to be mild mildMore mildMore
wi prve t b mld
More than 200 20 cards card were left lel at the tle hotel hoteltoday hoteltoday hoteltoday
today by friends of the Senator Sfnator who wholiad whohad ho hoIUd
had IUd learned leane that he was Wi suffering suferng from fromtyphoid tromtyphoid fromtyphoid
typhoid fever and who called cle to ascertain acerain acerainh ascertainhii4
hiH h exact exct condition cnditon There Thee were almost almostaa almot almotas
aa many mny telephone messages mCgl and telegrams telegramsreceived telegams telegamsreceived telegramsreceived
received and many personal pronl friends friend of the theSenator theHenator theSenator
Senator sent flowers flowersPresident fower flowersPresident
President Prldent lioogevclt Hoooyeltwl was among the thefirst thefrst thefirst
first frst callers this morning moring He le walked walkedconsultation walkedfrm walkedfrom
frm from the White 10u house < arrivig arriving whie while the thocnulaton theconsultatIon
consultation cnulaton between btwen Dma Dr RJxey Rxey nnd nndMagruder nndMIJrder andMagruder
Magruder MIJrder was WI in progress progl He le talked talkedwith tlke talkedwith
with wit Secretary Scrtar Dover for a quarter qurter of an anhour anhou anhour
hour hou with regard regar to the Senators Snators condi condition conditon condition ¬
tion and then the returned retured to the White Wite House HouseSoon Hou houseSoon
ton
Soon Bon afterward atard a 0 jar of longstemmed longstemmedroses longtmed longtmedrOfef
roses rOfef from the Wlilto Whit House loUe conservatories conservatorieswas ctprvatorle ctprvatorlewa
was wa taken to the sick room The Tle mem members membr mombore ¬
bore br of the Cabinet either eihe called cled at tho thohotel thohotel timehotel
hotel in person or sent nt messages mfBlages of in inquiry ¬
quiry ulr and prn sympathy Ivmpathy Philippe Ihlpprl Bunau Bunauvnrilla Dunn Dunnur Bunamilarilla
vnrilla la the Minister Minilter of Panama Ianara was WI the thoonly theonly theonly
only ur member membr of the Diplomatic c Corps Corpswho Crpl corpswho
who called caled at the hotel although Ilhough several severalmade seeraimado severalmade
made inquiries Inquirie by telephone telephoneor telrphoneTho telephoneTime
Time queton question ot seding sending for or tho members membersof memherf
of Senator Hannas lannal family famiy was waf discussed discussedby discussc
by the physicians and it was W finally faly decided decidedthat deide decidedthat
that such luch a step at present prefent was not war warrnntpd warrnte warranted
ranted rnte Mrs Mr Hanna Mrs Mr Medill ledU McCor McCormick McCormick McCormick
mick a daughter and Miss 1f Phelps a niece nieceare nlcc nieceare
are already here her Mr McCormick is ex expected e expccted ¬
pected by tomorrow tomorrowGltlOSItYS tomorrowOnrmmJS tomorrowGRWSRIS
pe
GltlOSItYS CASE ASl HEARD HEARDThe EAnl EAnlTle
The Tle Hough Uoth Rider Rder Blade District Attorney Attorneyat Atornty Atorntyat
at Nome NOle Accused eclsld of Taking a Bribe IlrlbcWASHINGTON Irlbe IrlbeWABINGTON BribeVtaIr1NaToN
WASHINGTON WABINGTON Feb 5 5A A hearing hcring was washeld washeld washeld
held In the office ofco of the AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneralthis
this afternoon on the charges char C filed fe against againstMelvin againstMelvin againstMelvin
Melvin Origsby United States State District DistrictAttorney DistrictAttrey DistrictAttorney
Attorney Attrey at Nome Alaska Origsby was wasthe W Wthe wastime
the organizer and Colonel Clonel of a regiment regimentof
of Rough Riders Ridcrf in inNorthandSoutliDakota inNorthandSoutliDakotaduring North and South Suth Dakota Dakotaduring Dakotaduring
during tho Spanish Spaish war and he at one time timedisputed tmo tmodisputed timedisputed
disputed with wth Theodore lhedoro Roosevelt Roosvelt and nndLeonard andLeonrd andLeonard
Leonard Leonrd Wood the distinction distncton of having havingoriginated havingor havingoriginated
originated or Iglnn ted tho Rough Rider idea In 1002 1002President 190 1902Ires
President Ires ident Roosevelt Ioosevclt largely for senti sentimental snt sentlmental ¬
mental reasons realns appointed Col Col Origsby
District Dlltrlot Attorney Atrey at Nome NomeThe NomeTe NomeThe
The Te charge against Origsby on which whichtho whIchthe whichthe
the hearing was held today Is Ii that ho hoaccepted heaccepted hoaccepted
accepted from the Pioneer Pioner Mining Mh ng Com Company Compny CornpanT ¬
panT within wthin four or five fve days alter afer his hisarrival hlf hisarrival
arrival pny at Nome Noml a bribe of SIOO 110010 10000 on the theasmirance theassurnce theassurance
assurance assurnce that that tho company should be beImmunefrom bp beimmune
Immunefrom Immune from prosecution proKecuton In the Federal FederalCourt Federl FederlCur FederalCourt
Court Cur OrigHby GrlJKby admits almlf that he received receivedthe recived recivedthe receivedtime
the money but hit declares that it was wn u I atamer re retainer retainer ¬
tainer for legitimate le llmnte legal services ex expected mepeced mixpected ¬
pected peced to be rendered renderd by him to tho Pio Pioneer Pioneer Ploneer ¬
neer Mining Company ComiwnyOrigsby Companyrsby Companyirigaby
Origsby was Wi represented roprsentd at the hearing
today toay by exSenator exSntor John M Thureton Thuretonof Turton Turtonof
of Nebraska Nebrka Several members member of tho thoNorth thoNorth theNorthand
North Northand and South Suth Dakota Dakotadelegationsin delegations delegatons in Con Congress Congrss Congross ¬
gross grss were wor present presentMovements preent preentIovements presentMovenionls
Movements of Naval Navl Vessels VesselsWASHINGTON Vt8tls Vt8tlsW VesselsWAshINGTON
WASHINGTON W AutNoTON Feb B 5Tho The battleships battleshipsMissouri battehipf battleshipsMissouri
Missouri lIssouri Texas 1exa and Ind Iowa Iowl have arrived arrivedat
at Hampton HUlllton Road time thl gunboat lnhoat Machias Machiasnt Machll
at Alexandria Aexlndrla and nd thn I hI he gunboat Don Juan Juando Juando Juanclmi
do Austria at Port Said SaidTho Hit HairSTime
Tho battleship battChlp Maine has sailed saled from
Tompknvle Tompkinsville for Hampton Jlpton Roads Rcd
LONGS LNGS BOOK NOT EXCLUDED EXCLUDEDIt EXtLUDBD EXtLUDBDIt
It b I Going Gol into It the tbeNa Navy Department DepartmentLibrary Dplt DpltLbr1Y DepartmentUbrary
Library Lbr1Y and LJbrarlr LbraH of Wanhlpi WanhlpiWASHINGTON WabJ WinbipaWASIIINOrON
WASHINGTON WABJNGTN Feb 6 GTe 6The The ion JohnD JohnDLongs JChD JChDLngs J hn D DLongs
Longs Lngs book of recollections rcleUon la I going goig into intothe Ito Itothe intothe
the Navy Department Dprment library Ilrr and ad the thelibraries thelbrrw thelibraries
libraries lbrrw of menofwar mllwar There Ther never was wasany W Wany wasany
any intention Intenion oh o om theyart of the President Presidentthe Prsident Prsidentthe
the Secretary Scrtar of the Navy NaV or anybody anyby else elseIn elsein
In authority to exclude It In fact lao Mr MrRoosevelt MrROvit MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt ROvit did di not hear until unt today the thereport therpor thereport
report rpor that tht has h been bn hi I circulation clrution in naval navalcircles nval nvalciilcs navalcircles
circles the ciilcs Administration AdministrationOne Admiitrton AdmiitrtonOne that the th book bk was WI objectionable objecionable to totho tothe tothe
One story stor had hd it that tb t what wht Mr Long said saidabout sid sidabout saidabout
about Rear ar Admiral Schloy or Admiral AdmiralDeweys AdmiralDEweys AdmiralDeweys
Deweys DEweys part par In the Schley Schly case cos was wa re responsible t responsible ¬
sponsible for the alleged alegd decision deiion to exclude excludethe exoludethe excludetime
the work Another report rpor was wn that tht the theBureau theBurau theBureau
Bureau Burau of Equipment Eipment which whch has ha charge of ofsupplying ofsupplYing ofsupplying
supplying books bk to shipslibraries shlpslbmrNlobJeoted shlpslbmrNlobJeotedto ships libraries objected objectedto
to it because bcu Mr Long argued arged In the book bookthat bookthat bookthat
that the bureau burau ought to be b abolished abolishedWJion abUhed abUheden abolishedVhon
WJion en the report rprt that tht the book bok was wa ob objectionable ohjectionable ¬
jectionable jectonble came ce to his hil ears er Secretary Srtary
Moody thought thouht of Issuing l an order orer for forIts forIt forits
Its It Installation Intalaton In ship libraries librare and only onlyrefrained onlyrfrine onlyrefrained
refrained rfrine from doing doin no 10 because bu such suchaction suchacUon suchaction
action might mght make mke it appear that It re required requr required ¬
quired qur special spial instructions Intructon appar to t secure sur the therecognition thergiton therecognition
recognition rgiton of the book bk which he felt feltsure teltsur feltsure
sure sur would woud be b distasteful ditstfu to Mr Long Lng
Whatever Wtver difference dllerno of opinion opinon there ther may
be b among others oter as a to the justice juUo of Mr MrLongs MrLngs MrLongs
Longs Lngs views vews on naval nval affairs afair as s expressed eXrd
In his hi book bok Secretary Sctr Moody Mody regards rgar It as asof asof asof
of great grat value historically historicaly and as a being beingan bing bingan
an authoritative authoritatve statement ttment of the policy policyof
plcy plcyof
of the naval nval administration administraton of his hil prede predecessor pre preCor prodecessor ¬
cessor Cor and it I will wi bo b placed plac In the Navy
Department library lbrar and In ship libraries librariesACCIDENT lbrare lbrareACCIDElT librariesACCIDENT
ACCIDENT ACCIDElT ON THE IOWA IOWABoth IOWABoth IOWABoth
Both Guns of the te Forward EightInch EightInchTurret EllhtInehTurret Elht4nehTurret
Turret Blow Off Ol Their elr Muzzles MuzzlftWASHINGTON lluzzt MuzzlesWASUINGTON
WASHINGTON WASHNGTON Feb 6 GTo 5The The Navy Nav Depart Department Dear Departmoat ¬
ment today made mae publlo pulo a telegram telegr re received recive recalved ¬
calved cive yesterday yeteray from apt pt Train Ti presi president preI preIdet president ¬
dent det of o the Naval Nav Board Bo of Inspection Ipelon and andSurvey andSuey andSurvey
Survey Suey at Fortress Forre Monroe Monr reporting rring the theblowing theblowing theblowIng
blowing off of of the te muczlea muze of two eight eightInch eightInch I IInch
Inch guns gunll hi the forward for f rward turret tuet of the Iowa Iowayesterday IowaYlterdny Iowayesterday
yesterday Ylterdny during durg a test tet His telegram telegramsays telegr telegramsays
says saysWliile sy
Wliile Whie th < t Board Bod of Inspection Ifpolon was wastesting WI wastesting
testing tetig the battery bttery this thi morning moring both boh guns gunsof gul gunsof
of the starboard forward
sarbOnforad eightinch eightich turret turretblew turretblew turretblew
blew off of their muzzles muzze No damage damage ex except except oxcept ¬
cept to guns gun and ad one whaleboat wbaeboat No cas casualties C ensualties ¬
ualties ualtiesThe ualte ualtiesTime
The Iowa had ha recently reenty left the Brooklyn Brooklynnavy Brooklynnavy
navy yard yar after repairs rear that tha consumed consumedmore oonue consumedmore
more than a year ye and ad when whe the guns gun ex exploded exploc oxploded ¬
ploded ploc was wa undergoing udergoing the required require in inspection Inspeion Inepection ¬
spection speion preparatory prepamtor to joining the battle battleship battleship battleship ¬
ship squadron of the North Atlantic Atlato fleet fleetThis leet leetfhls eot eotThis
This is i the second seond accident acident of the name namekind lale lalekind samnekind
kind the Iowa When she
to was wa last lat In Incommission Incommiion incommissiomi
commission commiion the muzzle of one of her twelve twelveinch twelveInch twelvemcii
inch turret guns gus was wa blown off of offduring during target targetpractice targe targetpractice
practice prolce and some men were tilled kie by the thepieces theple thepieces
pieces ple The To reason reuon for this thi explosion explosionwaa exploion exploionWI
was WI never clearly cler shown shownOwing shownOwing tibowimOwing
Owing to the accident of yesterday yeteray the theIowa theIowa timeIowa
Iowa will wH be laid lad up again agiin for repairs repair She Shewent Showent Suewent
went into commission comision for the tIe first frt time tme in I
1807 187 under command comand of Capt William Williambattle Wilam WilamT WilliamT
T Sampson tampmmon paricipate participated In tJe time Sntiago Sntiagobatte Santiago Santiagobattle
battle batte under uder command of Capt Cpt Robley 1 1Evans D DEva UEvans
Evans Eva and saw much service frvlce since then in Inbh inboth I Iboth
both bh the Atlantic Atatc and ad the Pacific PacificJlfiUE Paolfc Paolfcl111E PacificM2IIE
JlfiUE l111E SOHVaAfUfHEIMC SLOS SLOSHer 8LVOSHer SLVGSHer
Her Song Recital ReeltalAttended Attended Attndt by an Audience Audienceof
of Unusual lnlu Size BiceErnestine Slz SizeErnestine
Ernestine Enestne SchumnnnHolnk ShunHelnk gave her heronly heronly j jonly
only song sng recital ritl of the present prt season lon at atCarnegie atCanege atCarnegie
Carnegie Canege Hall la yesterday yestday The occasion occasionwas ocalon ocalonwa
was wa one of extraordinary extarn public publo enthusiasm enthusiasmEvery entula enthusiasmEvery
Every Evry seat set and a box In the big auditorium auditoriumwaa audtoriu
was WI occupied oupie and all al the standing stning room roomwas roomW roomwas
was W filled fled Furthermore Furermoro so tO great gret was W the thedemand thedead thedemand
demand dead that nearly nealy the entire entre stage stgo bad hd to tobe t tobe
be utilized for auditors who
b utiie auditr occupied occupiedchairs ocupied ocupiedollr occupiedchairs
chairs and looked like thoso the
ollr lke on plat platform platfor pIntforms ¬
form for at some important Iprtnt political pltical meeting meetingor mAtng mAtngor
or a convention comenton of universal uDlverl1 suffragists suffragistsMme sufragist suffragisteMme
Mme SchumannHelnks ShumnnHelks programme programmeconsisted programe programeconsistd programmeconsisted
consisted consistd of an a air nr from Rossis Mitrane MitraneSchuberts Mlrane MlraneShubrts mIitraneSchuberts
Schuberts Shubrts Du blst die de Rub Ruhv Rastlose RastloseLiebe Rtose RtoseLebe RaatloseLlebe
Liebe Lebe and ad Die Allmaoht Almht the eight tongs tongsof lngs
of Schumanns Shuas cycle orle Frauordlebe Faueleb und undLeben undLben undLeben
Leben Lben Wagners Waers Der Engel Egel Franzs FranzsEs Fras
Es F hat die de Rose Rse seld bekloeht bekt Strausss StrausssBefreit Strauss StraussBefreit StrausssBefreit
Befreit Hugo lugo Wolfs WoUs Heimweh Helmwe Hook Hookers ilockers ek ekers ¬
ers FruliUngszeil FrhUngszeit and ad Burlelgha Lul Lullabv Lullby LulIt
labv labvIt lby lbyIt
It Is wholly wholy unnecessary uneessr to t give a detailed detailedaccount detled detledacount detaileda
account acount a of the singers interpretation Intrtton of ofeach ofeaoh o oeach
each Bong sn She was never neve in better bet voloe voiceand voloead voloeand
and ad her sonorous norus tones tone rolled role out Yt withorganllke with withorganlike
organlike orgalke majesty and opulence Her de delivery delvery dolIvery ¬
livery lvery however was wa monotonous monotnous in the theextreme theextreme theextreme
extreme and in some cases cas at variance with withthe withthe
the meaning of the te songs songsDie songsDie varace Yth Ythtbe
Inls InlsDie
Die Allmacht Allaht she sang sg with wth apparent apparenttimidity appaent appaenttmidity apparenttimidity
timidity tmidity rather rathe than with wt any ay attempt attmpt at atimposing atImposing atimposing
imposing breadth bredth of style din In melnem melnemHerzcn melnemHerzcn moinernHerzen
Herzcn an melner Brust Drt gave her an anopportunity a anopportunity
opportunity opportunit to t display name me archness archnesswhich ahnes archnesswhich
which she did dd delightfully deightfull The audience audiencewas audence audenceWi
was Wi most enthusiastic onthuslato and tried tre to t get getmore getmore getmore
more than the regular number of encores encoresJosephine encoresJosephine encoresJosephine
Josephine Hartmann Hartmnn played plyed the accom accompaniments acom acompanlnents maccornpanlrnents ¬
paniments panlnents to t the songs ngs with much dis discretion discreton dincretlon ¬
cretion creton and also alR contributed contribute a piano solo soloby slo sloby soloby
by way of relief reliefPARSIFAL rolef rolefP4RSIFAl reliefPARSIFAL
PARSIFAL MATINEE 1ATINE SEATS SEATSAll
All iii Tickets Now Sold Save for time tie Or Orclifstra Oreltstra Orelmestra
clifstra eltstra Orchestra Orchltra Circle Crcle and Boxes DoxcsTle BoxesTime BoxesThe
The Tle management mangement of the te Metropolitan MetropolitanOpera MetropolitanOpera letrpltn letrpltnOpra
Opera Opra House Hou announces announcs that tat no seats Rat are areleft ae aelef areleft
left lef for the matinto matn of Parsifal Parifal to t bo bogiven begen hogiven
given on Washingtons Birthday Drthday except exceptIn excpt excptIn
In the orchestra orchestra circle and In the thoboxes theboxes
te teboxes
boxes The TI salo of seats nt opens opn on Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day morning moring and only these places pl are ar to tobo t toho
bo had ha Time 1le rest rst of the to house hous has ha been beenallotted beenaloted boonallotted
allotted aloted to t those tIOB who wrote wot In advance advanc for fortickets tortckfts fortickets
tickets ticketsWhether tckfts tckftsWhether ticketsWhether
Whether Mme Tornlna Terlna or Miss Weed Weo will willsing wi willsing
sing Kundry KundT at this performance performanc has not notyet notyet riotyet
yet been announced announce Andreas Andrea Dippel Dippl is isdelighted Isdel isdelighted
delighted del htd however that he Is I to have an anopportunity nnopportunity anopportunity
opportunity to sing Parsifal He will wi take takethe takethe takethe
the port par for the first frt titno on Feb IB 1 Ho Hesong Hosag Hosang
song sag It at It the dress rehearsal of the opera operaand operaand operaand
and made n 1 great grat success He Ie was Wi in indespair Indel inlespair
del despair palr at tho thought thou ht that ho might not
have the opportunity to appear in the theopora theopura theopera
opera after nfer having havlnJ studied studie it itMr ItMr itMr
Mr Conned has h cast him for Partial Partialat Parsifalat ci ciat
at tho performance performnce which is i to toko te place placeon plae plaeon
on Tuesday Instead Insted of Thursday Thurday of next nextweek nextwek nextweek
week wek on II Flauto Mogico Magic is II to ho sung sungnext sun sunnext sungnext
next Thursday Thuldny night nl ht for the benefit beneft of oftho ofthe oftime
the Herman ermn Press Prs Club ClubIt ClubI ClubIi
It I Is not improbable that that arrangements arrangementsformances aragementa aragementawi arrangementswill
wi will he Iude mimado for a scriM of Pamlfal per
formances formancC following folowing the regular regular season seasonLEllsIr seasonLElslr seasonLEiisIr
LEllsIr LElslr dAmore at the tie Opera OperaAt Opra OpraAt OperaAt
At tho Metropolitan Metrpolan Opera Opra House last lastnight lastnight iaslnight
night Donizettis LElisir LEl lr d Amore Amor Amo was wasrepeated WB wasrepeated
repeated repte to the manifest mniest delight delght of an anaudience anaudience anaudience
audience which packed pake the auditorium auditoriumTho auditorum auditorumTho
Tho public publc especially espcialy that considerable considerableportion considerableporlon considerablejortlon
portion porlon of it I which adores bet canto han hanawakened haRa hasawakened
awakened a to the tlaeknowledge knowledge that tho brilliant brilliantcombination brlint brlintcomhilaton brhhliijntconihimmation
combination comhilaton of Mme Sembrich Rembrch and Mr
Caruso is soon foon to bo disrupted disrpte by anr tim t e de departure deprure departure ¬
parture prure of its Ia tenor half hai Both of these thesoHlngern thes thesesimmgersj
Hlngern lilIJJ exerted exere themselves tl mslveA to tothe the utmost utmostto utmolt utmoltto
to give their admirers admirer an enjoyable even ¬
ing andthey aUihey certainly crtainly succeeded ucce Capable Capableatu Cpble Cpbleaid Cepubleaid
aid was rendered renderd by Mr Scotti and Mr
Rossi RossiGotham RossiGotm RoasiGotham
Gotham Gotm Theatre Tratre to Open on Monday MondayThn MondayThe MondayThe
The new Gotham Theatre Teatre on 125th street streetnear stret stretIelr streetnear
near Ielr Third avenue will wl be b boopeimed opened opeed on Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day night Sullivan Sulvan A Kraus the th pro proprietors proJr proprietors ¬
prietors Jr torf Announce that they thpv have given givenespecial givenfpcial givenespecial
fpcial especial attention atpnton to the safety tr of the au
dlencm dlencf and that all al the M requirements reuirement I of
tho building builing laws IlwI have been ben met The Thenew Te Tenew Thenew
new theatre is 1 to be devoted devote to vaudeville VUd
HOT ATTACK ATTACKOH ON CLEVELAND CLEVELANDSENATOR CLYID CLYIDSElATOB OLEYELADISENATOR
SENATOR SElATOB PATTERSON PABBON SAYS BE BEDEFEATED BEDEFllATED HEDEFEATED
DEFEATED BIS PARTY PARTYDy
Dy Forcing Forols the Repeal of the Sherman ShermanSilver ShermanSiver ShermanSiIve
Silver Siver Purchasing Puoba Purohasin Act ActAmtH ActAdmire Admires Presi President PeI PeIdent President ¬
dent Roosevelt DOenlt and the te Peerless PeerlessLeader Peelesl PeeleslLdeAdmltt PeerlessLeademAdmitsmat
Leader LdeAdmltt LeademAdmitsmat Admits That 10 to 1U 1 b Beaten BeatenWASHINGTON DeatenW BeatenVAsHINoToN
WASHINGTON W 8HINGTON Feb 6 GTho The Senate Snto re resumed reaume rosumed ¬
sumed aume consideration conideraton of the Urgent De Deficiency Doficlency ¬
ficiency fcincy bill bi today tody and the political pltci debate debateof debte debteof
of the renewed renewedMr
tb post pt three thre days dy was wa
Mr Patterson Patteron Dem Col Cl made mde a 0 speech speechholding sph sphholding speechholding
holding that the countrys cuntrys prosperity propity was wasnot wasnot
not due to tariff tarlI legislation leailLon Ho recited recitedthe recitedthe
the famous fam01 lines Ine Drover Grover will willlive wl willlive
live lve four fou more years yer in clover to prove provethat prve prvethat provethat
that the first frt Cleveland Clevelan administration administrationwaa adminitrton adminitrtonWM
was one of unusual unuua prosperity prospriy Tho panlo panloof
of 1893 was wa not due to four fou more years yer of ofCleveland ofClevelnd ofCleveland
Cleveland Clevelnd said sai Mr Patterson Pattero but bu rather ratherto
to the failure fanue of Baring Bring Bros Bro which whichtroubled whoh whohtrouble whiohtroubled
troubled trouble the financial fnnolal world and caused causedmen causedmen
men to gather in i their money moneyDuring moneyDuring moneyDuring
During the second seond of Mr M Clevelands Clevelandsterms Clevelnds Clevelndsterm Clevelandsterms
terms term shouted shoute Mr Patterson this thi coun country country country ¬
try did di not have hve a Democratic Demoto administra administration adminlatration ¬
tion ton A Democratic Demomto President Preident championed championeda
a Republican Republca measure mfauretho measurethe tho repeal repal of the thosilver thesiver thesilver
silver siver purchasing purchaing clause cluo of the Sherman ShermanAct Shet ShermarActand
Act Actand Actand and the result rult was WI to throw thw the party partyinto pay payinto partyInto
into an odium oium that of course coue brought broughtabout brouKhtabut broughtabout
about abut its itl defeat defet He characterized caracteriz Mr MrCleveland MrCleveland
Cleveland Cleveld as C the aidedecamp aidedecmp of the Re Republican R Republlcan ¬
publican publcn party partyMr pary paryMr partyMr
Mr Aldrich Rep RP R 1 J Infer from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Senators Sntor remarks remark that hu would not notlook notlok notlook
look lok with favor on a third term telm of Mr MrCleveland MrClevolamJ MrCleveland
Cleveland I trust I am a not doing the theSenator theSn theSenator
Senator Sn tor an injustice injusticeMr injustce injustceMr
Mr Patterson PattnonI I would not look with withany wih wihany withany
any degree degre of favor on a third term of Mr MrCleveland MrCleveland MrCleveland
Cleveland As the Senator Snator from tro Texas TexasIMr TeJ TexaslMr
lMr lMr IMr Bailey Daley said sid yesterday yesteray Mr Clove Cleveland Ceve Ceveand Cloveland ¬
land is I hardly hadly In existence exlstenc any longer The TheDemocratic TheDorato TimeDemocratic
Democratic Dorato party pty since sinc 1893 has ha been pay py ¬
ing for the te mistakes mistke of Mr Cleveland Clevelandor
or some sme misconception mincpton of his authority authoritythrough authorty authortythrough authoritythrough
through some preelection preelecton understanding understding
between btween himself hilU and ad the money power powerMr pOWerMr
pwer pwerMr
Mr Patterson Patteron said that tht tho Republican Republicanparty RpubUcan RpubUcanparty Republicanparty
party owed owe much to Mr Af Cleveland and that thatit tt ttit thatit
it ought to acknowledge aknowledge its It debt debtMany debtMay debtMany
Many May things thing that President Pretldent Roosevelt Roosevelthas Roovelt Rooveltba Roosevelthas
has ba done I admire aire continued contnue Mr Pat PatIn Patteron Patterson
teron terson I adir admire nl latin for hs 1118 brave act actIn actIii
In forcing the railroad rnlroad presidents prCldent to t meet meetthe met metthe meetthe
the minors miner I admire adire his act at in the suit suitagainst suitagainst suitagainst
against the railway raiwaY merger and the suit suitagainst suitagaint suitagainst
against againt the Meat Trust TUtt But the per performance perforinanco ¬
formance falls fall far fa short shor of the te promise promiseHe promis promiseHe pr prformance
He Il has ha ignored Ignore altogether alogether the criminal criminalclause criminalclaue criminalclause
clause claue of the trust laws the one single singleclause slngloclau singleclause
clause clau that is a terror tror to violators volator of law lawand lawand lawand
and which the Senator Sntor from Ohio Mr MrForakerl MrForakerl MrForakerl
Forakerl is now seeking to have repealed repealedSaid repele repealedSaid
Said Snld Mr Patterson PattersonEven Pattersn PattersonEven
Even the people peple of my State the great greatest groateat ¬
est silver siver producing prducing State tate of the Unionrealze Unionrealize Union Unionrealize
realize realze that the issue Isue of 16 to 1 has been beendecided ben beendecided
decided deide against aaint them But they do not notsurrender notsurrender
surrender to t the money power pwer I rejoice rejoicethat rjolce rjolcethat
that there are men yet in tho West Wet strong strongenough strongenough
enough enoulh to t fight fght and protest prtet against aglat tho thocruelty thocrely thecruelty
cruelty crely and encroachments encrahments of the money moneypower moneypower moneypower
power If I it I had not been ben for the plat platform platfor pIntform ¬
form for of 1890 180 and the magnificent magnltcent leader leadership lcder lcderaMp lendership ¬
ship that was Wi given to tho commonpeople commonpeopleof comonpeple comonpepleof common people peopleof
of the country the Democratic Demorato party paty would wouldalmost wouldalmost wouldalmost
almost have gone out of business businessAfter busne businessAfter
After Afer a few remarks remrkB by Messrs Mers Teller TellerDem Teler Telerem TellerDem
Dem em Col C and ad Bailey Dley Dem em Tex on onthe onthe onthe
the point of order orer made me by the latter lter against againstthn aat aatthA agaInstthe
the amendment providing prvdng for a loan loa of
1600 4600000 to t the St Louis LuI Exposition Expsiton the thepoint thepoint thepoint
point was wn overruled oerle by the Chair Cr The Theamendment Theoendment Theamendment
amendment oendment was wn agreed to t without wihout di division d division ¬
vision and ad the Urgent agre Deficiency Defclency bill bi was wasthen wasthen wasthen
then passed passedURUGUAYAN pas pasURUGUAYAN passedUJ7UGUAYAN
URUGUAYAN CAPITAL tAPITAL QUIET QUIETPanto QUIETPnlo QUIETPanie
Panto Pnlo Over Onl and 1OOOO 100 Men 1len Are Ready Readyto
to Resist Rellt a Rebel Attack AttackWASHINGTON Attck AttckWASUIGT01 AttackWAsntovoN
WASHINGTON WASUIGT01 Feb B IIn 5In In a telegram telegrm to tothe tothe tothe
the State Stte Department Deprtment today tday concerning concering
the political pltcl situation situaton Mr Finch the theAmerican theAmercan theAmerican
American Amercan Minister at Montevideo said that thatthe thatte thatLime
the te panicstricken paictreken feeling fflng which followed followedthe folowed folowedthe followedthe
the rout of the Government forces forCllt lost Sun Sunday Sunday ¬
day had hd changed and there was wa now no fear fearof fearof fearof
of an a attack attok upon upn the capital which was wasguarded waf wasguarded
guarded guared men by 10000 100 well wol armed armed and disciplined disciplinedntlls disciplned disciplnedmen
Hula BUs Introduced Intruoe In the House HouseWASHINGTON HOUe HOUeW HouseWASHINGToN
WASHINGTON W SHINGTON Feb S GAmong Among the bills billsintroduced bis bisIntrouc billsintroduced
introduced Introuc in the House today tday were the thefollowing thefolowing thefollowing
following followingBy folowing folowingDy
By Mr Bartlett Bartett Dem Ga OaTo To reout rout the thegreat theIreat thegreat
great Ireat seal of the United states ttate from the theoriginal th thorliinal timeoriginal
original orliinal model so that both the obverse and andreverse andreverse andreverse
reverse sides may be used and appropriat ¬
lug ttzO 1250 therefor thereforcollection thereforBy thereforBy
By Mr Taww Tawn y Ilp Rep MlnnFor the theconsoldaton theconsolidation
consoldaton consolidation and reorlanlzaton reorganization ot oetoOI oetoOIooleclon customs customscoilectioma
collection ooleclon districts districtsBy dlstrtctl districtsBy
By Mr Rider Dem N Y YTo To appropriate
13000 3 ooo for free lectures Iem in the public publo approprate approprateooo schools schoolsof schooi
of 01 o Washington WashingtonBy Wablngon WablngonDy
By Mr Lorlmer Lrimer Rep Ill 11 by request reQuet
To charter national natonal mortgage banks no bank
to have havt leas than than100000 1100000 100 morgago capital capitalIlrUtow cpial cpialBristow capitalJiristow
IlrUtow Seriously Seriouly III I With Grip CripWASHINGTON GripWAStNOTON GripWsnINoToN
WASHINGTON WAStNOTON Feb 6 5Fouh 5Fourth Fourth Assistant AssistantPostmaster As1lstant As1lstantPostmatr AssistantPostmaster
Postmaster Postmatr General Bristow Britow who conducted conductedthe oonductd oonductdthe
the now famous taous postal post service scandal scndal In Investigation Invest Investigation ¬
vestigation vest gaton Is II seriously srloUly ill I at his homo hom homhere homehere
here with grip grp Acting Actng Actin Fourth Fourh Assistant AssistantConrad Asistt AsisttConrad AssistantConrad
Conrad said sid today tdy that Mr Bristows con condition oonditon condition ¬
dition diton was Wl causing his hs friends some un uneasiness unealne Uneasiness ¬
easiness easinessRussells ealne ealneRnssell easinessRussells
Russells Rnssell Nomination Nomiaton Confirmed ConfirmedWASHINGTON ConnrmtdWABINGTON ConfirmedVASIIINOT0N
WABINGTON WASHINGTON Feb 5 GThe The Senate Snate today todayconfirmed tody todyconfrmed todayconfirmed
confirmed confrmed the nomination nomnaton of William Wiia W WHUBI V VRussell
Russell HUBI of Maryland Mayland now secretary secreta of oflegation oflegaton oflegation
legation legaton at Caracas Cra Venezuela to t be secre secretary socretary re retry ¬
tary try of the new legation lega lon at Panama PanamaX PanamaArmy Panaa PanaaArmy IanarnaArmy
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Army and Navy Orders OrdersWASHINC1TOK Orer OrerWAII OrdersWAsmuzorol
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laaurd bu d today todayCol todaCol io day dayCei
Col U I W V hubbell Habbel Anltr Artillery front frm the > > < Philip Philippines Phlp PhlppInta Philippines
pines to Fort tor Barrancas rrancas and command artillery artillerydlMrict ariery arieryltUtcl artillerydistrict
district of 1ensacoltt 1ensacolttLieutCol PensacolaLeulol lcnmacmlaLleut4oi
ltUtcl LieutCol Leulol L I V Cazlaro Carlro from Kort Wadsworth Wadsworthto
to tti Fort Moultrlc Moulrlc to 0 command artillery arlcr district dlslrcl of olLieutCol ofCharlealol ofL
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LieutCol 12 T C Klehmond nahmond relieved r lcved as artil artillery uriliIry ¬
lery Inspector Inpeclor Department of the Columbia to t arl Fort FortWadswortb For FortWadsworth
Wadswortb WadsworthMajor
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Major William Wiiam R Hamilton lamUlon from Fort For Terry Ter to toFort toFort 0 0Fon
Fort Moultrle MoultrleMajor Moulre MoulreMajor MonitrieMajor
Major Hamilton lamllon Rowan 10wan from Fort Hamilton Hamlon to toFort 10Fon toFort
Fort Terry TerryMalor Ter TerryMalor
Malor David Price Prce from Fort For Adams to Fort FortCreole FortOr Fortooimrtmardhi
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The general renerl courtmartini o01rlm3rtl31 at a Fort Columbus has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been dissolved dissolvedNavy dlssoledNavy dissolvedNavy
Navy orders Issued 1I d tOMlay tOMlayRear toda todaHear todnynear
Rear Admiral 1 n 1 1 P Lomberton Lmbtrlon granted three threemonths Ihree10nlh threemonths
months 10nlh sick leave leaveCommander leve leveCommandr leaveConimanderJ
Commander JC J C Wilson to hospital Hot 10t Springs SpringsArk prlngsAiIm rlnrs rlnrsArk
Ark for treatment treatmentCommander tealmenl tealmenlCommander treatmentCommander
Commander A O Krllozj KtlolrJ retired retred from Boston Bostonduly DoslonNavy BostonNavy
duly dut Navy Yard t to Norfolk Nlvy Navy lard lard for courmantal courmantaldut courtmartial courtmartialduty
dutCommander Commander U Morrell Morr l from New York Navy
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