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c THE SUN syNVENED WEDNESDAY AYFEBRUAtty FEBRUARY 11 1 lQ 1904 4 I I
PLfflS FOirHANNA FOR HAHHAFUNERAL HAHHAFUNERAL8BlfVIOBB HANNA FUNERAL FONERAlSERVICES FUNERAL8ZRVIOU
SERVICES rro BE HELD IN TEE TBBSENATE rlHBBBNArll TEESENATE
SENATE CHAMBER TODAY TODAYthe TODAYTheBodWottoUe1n8tatInWaihtng lODAYne
the TheBodWottoUe1n8tatInWaihtng TheBodWottoUe1n8tatInWaihtngtondlbree Body Not lo Ue In State In Training Trainingten 1fuhlDKtoaTllree
ten toaTllree Three Members of the Cabinet CabinettoGo cabln cablnto CabinettoGo
toGo to Go to Ohio Oblolbe The Action of Centred CentredTalk ConKftllIa1k CongrigsJTaIk
Talk Ia1k of the Senatori Successor SuccessorWISBXKOTOX SuccrnorW SuecenorWArnTo
WISBXKOTOX W mNGTON Fob Arrangements teArrangementsWere Arrangementswen
Were completed this afternoon for the thoServices theIleMicel theBvtceetoboheldtntheSenatechamber
Services BvtceetoboheldtntheSenatechamber BvtceetoboheldtntheSenatechamberinmorrow to be held hi the Senate chamber chamberbomorrow ohambermOJTOW
bomorrow mOJTOW over the body of Senator Hanna HannaThe HannaThe flannaThe
The body will not lie In state and the ser service service sorvice ¬
vice will be brief and simple simplePresident simplePreeldent simplePrtident
President Roosevelt will be present In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Senate chamber but will not go to toOhio toOhio toOhio
Ohio for the funeral ceremonies there thereSecretaries thereSecretaries thereSecretartea
Secretaries Taft Wilson and Cortelyou Cortelyouwill
will however go with the body bodyThe bodyThe bodyThe
The body of the Senator will be taken takenfrom takenfrom takenfrom
from the Arlington Hotel to the Senate Senatechamber Senateohamber Senateohambez
chamber at attbo the Capitol at about 11 oclock oclocktomorrow ocloektomorrow oclooktomorrow
tomorrow morning The funeral escort escortwill escortwill escortwill
will consist of delegations from tromthe the Senate Senateand Senateand Senateand
and the House of Representatives the themembers themembers themembers
members of his family and close personal personalfriends personalfriends personalfriends
friends friendsAfter friendsArter friendsAfter
After the funeral servicee in the Chamber Chamberthe Ohamberthe Chamberthe
the coffin cox guarded by Capitol police will willremain 11111remain willremain
remain in the theclo closed ed room until 5 oclock oclockwhen oclockwhen oclockwhen
when accompanied by the funeral party partyit
it will be betak taken n to the railroad station to tobegin tobegin tobegin
begin the journey to Cleveland where the thoburial theburial theburial
burial will take place placeAa placeAs placeAs
As la usual UlJUI on such su h occasions In Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington the number of persona who will willseek wUIIiOOk willaeeI
seek admission adml slon to the Senate galleries gallerieswill galler gallerieawW t twillbo >
will willbo bo far beyond beond their capacity and al although aIthough although ¬
though admission will be by card only the thegalleries thegalleries thegalleries
galleries and corridors will be filled to over overflowing overflowing ¬
3 flowing hours before the time set for the theopening theopening theopening
opening of the services servicesAt
At the conclusion of tho service in thn thnSenate thiSenate
73 Senate t chamber i b rth the doors d rs will lib bo closed closedand closedand i SI SIand
and will bo kept closed until after the thefuneral th thfuneral thQfuneral
funeral party has left the building buildingThe buildingThe buildingThe
The suggestion has ha been made that owing owingto
to Mr Hannas great popularity the body bodyriiould bodyMould bodyshould
Mould lie in state either In the rotunda rotundaof
of the Capitol or in the marble room of the theSenate theSenate theS
S Senate wing This has < been regarded as asimpracticable asImpractlcable asImpracticable
impracticable and the usual custom of ofhaving ofhaving ofhaving
having the coffin closed c1o < ed and kept within withintho wlililntho withinthe
tho Senate chamber cham er until the hour of its itsdeparture itsdfparture Itndeparture
departure will be followed followedThe followedThe followedThe
The clergymen who will conduct the theservices theervices thersrvices
services are the Rev Edward Everett vorett Hale Halechaplain Halechnplwn Halechaplain
chaplain of the Senate the Rev Henry N NTCouden NCoudenchaplaln NCouden
Couden Coudenchaplaln chaplain of the House of Repre Representatives Reprosontatives ¬
sentatives and Bishop Leonard of Clove Cloveland Clovelandlt Clovelandif
land landlt if ho arrives in Washington in time timeThe timeThe timeThe
1 The tickets for admission to the Senate Senategalleries SenateaUerie3 Senategalleries
galleries aUerie3 wero distributed Oils afternoon afternoonto
to t the Senators accompanied by the official officialprogramme officialprogramme officialprogramme
programme of exorcises printed on plain plainwhite plainwhile plaina
a white paper heavily bordered in black blackThis blackThis blackThis
This programme pro ramme reads as follows followsOrder followsOrder i iOrder
Order of services at the funeral of Marcus MarcusA
A Hanna lIannalatel late a Senator of the United States Statesfrom Statesfrom Statesfrom
from the State of Ohio The Senate will willmeet willmeet willmeet
meet at 13 oclock noon Feb 17 1904 The Thebody Thehody Thebody
body of the late Senator Marcus A Hanna Hannawill Hannawill ifannawill
will be placed In the Senate chamber prior priorto
to the assembling as emblJng of the Sonata SonataThe SenaleThe SenateThe
The President of the United States and andhis andhis andhis I
his Cabinet the Chief Justice and Associate AssociateJustices AssociateJustices AssociateJustices
Justices of the Supreme Court thc th House of ofRepresentatives otR ofRepresentatives
Representatives R the Diplomatic Corps the theAdmiral theAdmiral theAdmiral
Admiral of the Navy and tho Lieutenant LieutenantGeneral LleutenantUeneral Lieutenanttieneral
General of the Army hav have < s been Invited to toattend t tttend teattend
attend the services In the chamber and will willoccupy willOCcupy willoccupy
occupy the seats on the floor of the Senate Senateassigned Senateas8l Senateas
assigned as8l as igned ed them by the sergeantalarms sergeantalarmsThe
The President and his Cabinet will meet meetIn meetIn meetIn
In the Presidents room The Supreme SupremeCourt Supremeourt SupremeCourt
Court ourt will meet in the Supreme Court room roomThe roomThe roomThe
The louse of Representatives will enter cnt r the thechamber thelwmber thechamber
chamber in a body 1 Iho ho Diplomatic Corps CorpstheAdmiral CorfstheAdmlralof CorpstheAdmiral
theAdmiral of the Navy and the Lieutenant LieutenantGeneral LieutenantGeneral LieutenantGenerai
General of the Army will meet in the Senate Benatareception 8enatreceptton Senatereception
reception room The committeeor arrange arrangementswill arrBD6ement arrangemonte ¬
mentswill monte will meet In the marble room roomThe roomThe roomThe
The VicePresidents room will be reserved reservedFor resenedtor reservedfor
For the members of the family of the late latoSenator lateSenator lateSenator
Senator and the officiating clergy whence whencethey whencethey whencethey
they will be escorted to seats on the Senate Senatefloor Benatefloor Senatefloor
floor Seats will be reserved for those en entitled entitled enfitted ¬
titled to them on the floor to which they theywill theywill theywill
will be shown by tho attaches of the Senate SenateUpon SenateUpon SenateUpon
Upon the announcement of tho President Presidentof
of the Senate pro tern the clergy wll 111 conduct conductthn conductIhll conductthe
the fun funral ral ceremonies All the Senate Senateiralleries Senatea1erles SenatemlIeries
iralleries will be reserved on tills nls ocasion ocasionand oca ocasionand lon lonand
and admission will be by special card only onlyAccording onlYAccording onlyAccording
According to the present schedule the thetrain theI
rain I bearing the Senators body will arrive arriveat
at Fittsburg Pitts burg about half past 6 oclock on onThursday onThurSday onThursday
Thursday morning and will reach Salem SalemOhio SalemOhio SalemOhio
Ohio about 8 oclock At Lisbon Ohio Ohiowhere Ohiowhero Ohiowhere
where Senator Hanna was born Gov GovMyron GovMTon OovMyron
Myron T Herrick of Ohio and his staff will willfrom willtake willtake
take charge of the body and the run runfrom runfrom
from Lisbon to Cleveland will be made madeon nwdeon madeon
on a slow schedule There are no stops stopsprovided stopsIlrovlded stopsprovided
provided for but the train will practically practicallycreep practicallyreep
reep along alon in order that those citizens citizensof
ot Ohio whether residents of Its cities or orfthe orIf
of If fthe the country may have a chance to view viewtho viewtho viewtim
tho funeral train as it passes by and pay paytheir paytheir paytheir
their last reverence to the mortal remains remainsof
of the dead statesman fJtat < 8man It is expected that thatthe thatIhe thatthe
the train will reach Cleveland between betweenII
II and 12 oclock oclockElmer oclockElmer oclockElmer
Elmer Dover the late Senators private privatesecretary privutl6ccretary privatesecretary
secretary said this morning that telegrams telegramshad
had been received indicating that J Pier Pierpont PlerllOnt Pierpout
pont Morgan Cornelius N Bliss B1issClementA B1issClementAGriscom Clement A AGrisconi Ariscom
Grisconi riscom J J McCook and many other otherprominent otherlromInent otherprominent
prominent men would bo present at the thefuneral thefuneral thefuneral
funeral services in the Senate chamber chamberMr
Mr Dover also said that several thousand thousandtelegrams tlJOusandtcltgram thousandtelegrams
telegrams of sympathy and condolence condolencehad
had been received at the hotel last night nightnnd nJghtAnd nightand
And today from frienU and admirers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the dead statesman in all parts of the United UnitedMates UnitcdtatC5 UnItedstates
Mates tatC5 Xo effort has been made as yet yptven yet1m yeteven
even ven 1m to open these messages but they will willbn U
bn 11 1 read and answered as oon < as 1 < possible possibleMrs posaibloIr possibleMrs
Mrs Ir Hanna who broke down yesterday yesterdayunder ycsterdayt yesterdaytinder
t under the strain just about all hour before beforethe heCorethe beforethe
the end came was much improved this thismorninc thl thlmorniiu1 thisniornitsa
morninc and will bo able to accompany accompanvtho
the body to Cleveland on the special specialtrain srecmltrain specialtrain
train It WaR learned this morning that thatMiss that1i thatMiss
Miss 1i 1 Ruth Hanna and Miss MI Phelps had hadalso hadal80 hadc
c also collapsed last night some hours after afterthe atterthe afterthe
the Senators death wan Wll > l announced They Theywere TheyWErfJ Theywere
were both much improved d this morning
K f M Boctlcr made this morning a profile profilephotograph prof profilophotograph lo lophologrnph
photograph of the Senator in addition to totho toIhe tothe
the death mask made last night by U S G GDunbar GDunbar GIunhar
Dunbar thn sculptor sculptorrni sculptor711n sculptorTill
Till TRIIIUTES S OF 0 CONGRESS CONGRESSIinth CO GllESS GllESSlIoth
Iinth Houses Adjourn After ftrr Naming the theFuneral thrIuIIUIiI theFuneral
Funeral Committee CommitteeWASHINGTON CommitteeWAIlJUOTO CommitteeVASIILNOTOy
WASHINGTON Feb 16 t6Both Both the Senate Senatennd SenateRnd Senateiini
nnd the House Hou e of Representatives ad adjourned adJOllrnoo adjourned ¬
journed today toda on the receipt of the theofficial theomclal theofflelal
official announcement of Senator Hannas Hannaarl HannasrIlth Hannasctat
rl rIlth rIlthThe ctat enth enthTho h hTho
Tho scene in the Senate was wa one of un unusual unlI UnIletlal ¬
usual lI unl solemnity Scarcely a Senator was wastljwnt wasnt was5Iseflt
tljwnt nt from his seat and the galleries were werefilled werefill1 werefiled
filled with silent visitors when the President Presidentpro
pro tcmpore Mr Ir Fryo ry appenred with the thechaplain thehuplnln thel81iaifl
chaplain Dr Hull
After the chaplains prayer Senator Sella tor Al Allrith AIflr Aldriih
lrith flr < < h of Rhode Island moved that the read IfadJng irailng
1 ing ng of the journal be dispensed dlt < rpnfled with Then Thenwas Thenevator IheneP
eP evator ltor Foraker ofr Hennas colleague colleaguoWIJR
was recognized He said saidMr fIIIidIr F3flidM
Mr M Ir r President rrc lhmt t 1 have a painful duty dii I y to toPform toPrrorm top
Pform p rifl It l Is that of rniiKlup formal nu auI1III a aJ
1 niiifninent J I1III II inent nt of tI I thn t h < di loath uth th of r my in y Into IIlt col to
Ixtrut1 I c Il MiirriM llrl Iirr iii A llamm 111111 Ho 10 Il departed dtpircdI
t I 1 lifo lL In il Mils thl city < iU lt lit it tin ArlliiKtoti triiiitn rlllto Mr1 Mr1n lotI lotII
n I I npri lI i lui h had Inr IMCTI h1 residing r lrllg durng liirlnj till tillior tlaiI J Jor
ior I or of If the tfIII Scniil niI lt Ut t Dm th hour linii hOlr of 040 < o P M 1 1n ltrd
v ° i < i trd rday rru i y htirroundn it lrrolld1 I rroiiiiI < l br his hil fonllly fanly and
ii I iimato Iia I friend rrhr
lie 1 I Ic is 1 mourned nel by I I all hist Ii Is countrymen r lntrlen lInt ryi lien
1 II I his hlf i i political rIUteulIAoclat I it iai associates ni not ii nt alone C becauon becauonwas becull
I 10 > was Wi a i their Ih t lr tfrHt IrNlt Ir t organizing rrgtiI Izirig Ione lender who whor whorIJ
r rIJ > ont aldl ati IIy y led Id them to victory but ulso 111 and ad aralIrrc
tnoro rro Irrc specially because becaus lrcau he ha had gained their
lections RteCtol and reigned rplled In their hearts as al a
iiivorlto flvorlo by his hi political opponents opronent because becauseicy bcause becauseC
C they icy are arl ar chitnlrous und generous enough to tojiorlence torlrIinc
orlJ rlrIinc jiorlence rlence sorrow HOrrOI when hll hen Imerous ft bravo man falls fallsoiil lal1 tall
Rtr I hCC118 tbry roclllze rencl Ized II in him a OI hold
oiil A foarleM fRrl 1 fnttnan lo man who ho commanded their theirspcrt
rsrcCt rp spcrt anil nd excited their admiration admirationSenator nlrlr iulrilratlonSenator ton tonRenalor
Senator Forakcr Foralcr ended by introducing introducingit introucing
it resolutions rsolutonl ri nltitions for the appointment of a com comI comInito cornitto
applntment
I Inito itto ° to ° arrange arrng for tho funeral services servicesi serlC
III U Wnhlngton W ashlngton and 19 t9 8Ompany accompany the bo body
i nv
to t Cleveland CeeldIiblcmltt This TbIscommlueewaavamed committee was named
by byMrFye byMrFyeMessrs Mr M Frye FryeMcssrs Fe Feless
Mcssrs less Forakcr Forer Allison Alsn Aldrich Atdrcb Hale HaleHansbroueh
PlatbConn Plafl Conn4 spooner Perkl PerkIns Wetinore
Hansbroueh Han roulh Warren WarrnFarbaksDe Fairbanks Depow O
Kean Scott Boreridce Algcr KlttredBe
Bveraae
Fryo Fre Gorman CockTil Cokrl Teller Aar Bacon liar liarOn
tn tin Ilackburn 1Iackburn MoRnery MoRneryOn UoEnr
On Mr 11 Forakers Forers motion moton the th Senate Sne then thenadjourned thonoue thenadjourned
adjourned oue The desk dek and ad chair ohar occupied
bythe late Senator Senaor were then draped drpe with withblack withblack withblack
black This mark of mourning moumlg will willuntil wi rmwn rmwnuti remain remainuntil
until uti after ater the funeral fnral on Friday Frday The Theflag Thofa Theflag
fa flag at a the th centre centr of the Capitol and those thoseat thoo thooa thoseat
at a the Senate Sente and House wings wing were placed placedat
at a halfmast htmt this morning mornlg
In the House Houo of Representatives Reprentatve the theresolutions tboroluton theresolutions
resolutions roluton of regret rgrt were sent to the desk deskby deskby deskby
by Congressman Congrsman Grosvenor The reading readingor reaing reaingot
or them fell fel to tho lot of E L I Lampoon Lampoonwho Lampsonwho Larnpsonwho
who for many years yors had been a 1 warm per personal personal personal ¬
sonal friend frend of Senator Hanna BannaAs HannaA HannaAs
As A he began to read his voice choked chokedand clInkedad chokedand
and ad tears tea came to his eyes eye Several Seerl times timesho timeeho
ho was wa obliged oblged to stop to brush brfh aside tears tearsand tearsand
and to recover rover his hil voice When ho had hndfinished hadfnshe hadfinIshed
fnshe finished Mr M Lampoon Lam on eat Blt down almost In Ina Ina n na
a state or collapse collapseTho colaPe colaPeTho collapseThe
Tho committee comitee chosen to represent rprCelt tie tieHouse tle tleHouse theHouse
House at the funeral and to accompany accompanyRepresentatives accomplYtho accompanytho
tho body to Cleveland Is mde made up I as follows tollowsfepresntltvee followsilopresentatives
Representatives fepresntltvee Grosvenor Grolvenor Van Voorhh VoorhlfBurton VoorhhBurton VoorhhBurton
Burton Southard Dick ck Morgan Mor rU BpkUor BpkUorOhio BpidlorCaselnaharn pldlcrC8sslnlhnm
C8sslnlhnm Caselnaharn HUdebrant I Cyle yle Nevin Suook SuookWarnock SnookWarnock
Warnock ladlr Liadger Onrbr Oarber Gobel Goebel Jackson JacksonKennedy 8cksOlii
Kennedy Iouworth Rnd WlNI Weerns ni cli a aOhio oI oIOhio
Ohio Bartlett Batlett of Georgia Lucking Lucklagot of Mlcnl Mlcnlfan Mienigan lcn
fan WUey of Alabama Dalzeli Dalzel of Penn Pennsylvania PeunIyanla Pennsylvania ¬
Aabamf
sylvania Iyanla Watsol Watson of Indiana Burke of South SouthDakota SouthDkota SouthDakota
Dakota Currier of New hampshire Hampshir Sherman Shermanof ShermanofNnw
of ofNnw Now York Rodenborg of Illinois Jlnoll McCleary McClearyofMinnesota McClearyof
Minnesota onlnnesota of and Culderhead Calderhlu of Kansas KansasFILLING liansl lianslFILLING KansasFILLING
FILLING HANNAS PLACE PLACEWashlncton PLAOEWashllton PLACEWashington
Washington Washllton Already ready Gossips Cosp or Those Tose Who WhoJlay 1o 1o31ay WhoMay
May Succeed the Senator SenatorWASHINGTON SrnatorWASHINGTON SenatorWASHINGToN
WASHINGTON Fob 16 16Seator 16Senator Senator Hannas Hannasdeath Hannasdeath
death doth brings about important Iportant changes change hi hithe inthe
the Republican Republcn party pry not only in Ohio but butin butIn butin
in the national organization organizton and In I the thoUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Stte Senate SenateHis SenateHs Senateills
His Hs passing pnslg away ban hI a smaller smaler signifi significance signif signiticance ¬
cance in connection conneoton with the work of the theRepublican theRpublcan theRepublican
Republican Rpublcan national natonl committee than thn would wouldcontinue wouldl wouldcontinue
l hu
1It trotOc
I continue contiuo as its is head hNd It I became known knownmany knownmany
many weeks ago that Mr Hanna did not notczpect notexpect notcipect
I expect to retain retal the chairmanship chirnship of the thenational thenatioll thenational
national natioll committee after ater noit net July when whenthe whenI whenthe
I the national ntional convention conventon will wl be held heldI heldA heldA
I A new committee commite will wl be chosen chOel nest nestsummer nettsummer nextsummer
summer It is it possible posible that exGov Mur Murray Murray Murray ¬
ray Crane Cno of Massachusetts lasl1cuaeUs will wil be elected electedto
to the chairmanship chlrnnhlp but this has not yet yetbeen yetbeen yetbeen
been positively decided upon even eVln in I the themind themind themind
mind of President Preident Roosevelt RooseveltIn Roosevel
In the meantime mentme PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneralHenry PostnwsterGenerl PostnwsterGenerlI PostmasterGeneralHenry
I Henry 0 Payne Paye vicechairman vicehairan of the thecommittee tbecomittee thecommittee
committee comittee and the recognized reccglze political politicalrepresentative poltlrl poltlrlrlprenttve polItIcalrepresentative
representative rlprenttve In Mr Roosevelts Cabinet Cabinetwill Cbiet Cbietwi CabinetwIll
will wi act as IS chairman chairmanAn
An interesting iteretig political poltcl situation situtcn hi I Ohio Ohioia OhioI OhioIs
ia I brought about by Mr Hannaa lnas death deathAa deth dethAs deathAs
As the Legislature is now in session pslon the thevacancy thevacncy thevacancy
vacancy vacncy in the Senatorshlp Senatorhip will wi not be filled filledby fled fledby filledby
by appointment of tho Governor but by byregular byregulr byregular
regular regulr election Many leading leding Republi Republicans Republ Republicans ¬
cans cns including incuding several feeml members of the theOhio theOhio theOhio
Ohio delegation delegtion In I Congress Con rcs will wi certainly certily
be candidates candidatesAmong candidatesAmong ndldatcs ndldatcsAmong
Among those most mos mentioned mentoned are Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary of War William Wiiam H Taft Gov Myron MyronT Mvon MvonI Myronl
T I l Herrick Herick Representative RepreBentatve Charles Dick Dickand Dickand bickand
and Representative Hepresentutvo Theodora E Burton BurtonJudge BurtonJudge BurtonJudge
Judge laft att took up the War portfolio porfolo only onlya
a 1 few re days ago and it is well wel understood understoodthat understoo1that understoolthat
that he is slated for appointment eventually eventualy
to the United Unied States Stat s Supreme Court These Thesofacts Thesefacts Thesefacts
facts may eliminate elminate him from consideration considerationas cnsideraton cnsideratona
as a a Senatorial candidate candidateGov cdIdate candidateGow
Gov Herrick Herck has ha a strong following folowing in inthe inthe inthe
the State and was wai intimately Intmately associated associatedwith a6clated a6clatedwith associatedwith
with Mr Hanna Haa The same saro is i true tre of ofRepresentativoDick ofRepresctatvaDlck ofRepresentativoflick
RepresentativoDick RepresctatvaDlck Representative Repreentatve Burton Burtoncomes Burtoncome Burtoncomes
comes come from Cleveland 1eveld the late resi residence residenc realdence ¬
dence denc of Senator Srntor Hanna lana but politically poltcaly
he was wa not on cordial cordlalten terms with the Senator SenatorSenator Sentor SentorShtor SenatorSenator
Senator Shtor Hannas death causes cUes a vacancy
in i Ihe he chairmainship chalrlDmp of the Senate Snate Com Committee Cummltee Ccznmitteo ¬
mittee mltee on Interoccanio Interocnic Canals Cana a place plac to towhich towhich towhich
which ho was appointed at the beginning begnning of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the present Congress Congres to succeed succe Mr Morgan Morganof
of Albamn Alabama a Democrat Tho work of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that committee cmlttce however has hn practically practcly
been bn completed cmpIete at least leat so o far as a the im important 1mport important ¬
portant port legislation legslaton authorizing authorzing the con construction constrcton construction ¬ I
struction strcton of the thegrt great waterway waorway is con concerned concre concorned ¬
corned Senator Sntor Hanna Han was a 1 member of cfother ofother ofother
other cre important Imporant committees commites of the Senate Senatenotably Snate Snatenotably Senatenotably I
notably those on Commerce Cmerc and Naval NavalAffairs NavalAralrs NavalAffairs
Affairs AffairsCLEVELAND Aralrs AralrsCEVgLND AffairsCLEVanAND
CLEVELAND CEVgLND Feb Fe 18 10The The Forakor Forker men menin menin ln lnIn
in Ohio are for Gov Herrick for Senator SenatorHe SenatorHe SenatorHe
He was wa always alway a Hanna Han man If I he were werechoson werecho werechoon
choson cho on LieutGov LeutGov Warren C Harding Hardingwould Hading Hadingwould Hardingwould
would become Governor Harding is a astanch a astanch
stanch Foraker man and would woud probably probablywrest probablywest probablywrest
wrest west the party paty control In Ohio from rom the theHanna theHln theHanna
Hanna Hln men mn Gen GEn Dick Dck seems ems to be the thofavorite th thtavorte thefavorite
favorite tavorte just now although athough if he and Her Herrick Herrick HerrIck ¬
rick each eanlmst insist upon election eletion Burton may maybe maybe maybe
be elected electe as a upn compromise comproms The State StateLegislature Stat StatLgslatuo StateLegislature
Legislature will wi elect elet Hannas Haas successor successorCINCINNATI succesor succesorINCLNAT successorCINCLNNATI
Lgslatuo CINCINNATI INCLNAT Feb Jeb 16 Representative RepresentativeSmith Heprecnrtve HeprecnrtveSmilh
Smith of the Hamilton Haltn county delegation delegationsaid del delegationsaid aton atonsad
said sad today that the legislators of this thiscounty thiscounty thiscounty
county would undoubtedly undoubttdly cast a compli complimentary compl complimentary ¬
mentary vote in the caucus for George Gerge B BCox BCox BCox
Cox for Senator Senatr to succeed Mr Hanna Hannawhether Hannawhetber Hannawhether
whether he was a candidate Cldldte succee or not Mr MrCox lr lrCo MrCox
Cox Co said sad to a reporter reprter tonight tonightAs tonl ht htAs
As to the matter mater of Senator Hannas Hannassuccessor Hannassucce8 Hannassuccessor
successor succe8 < r I have nothing to say Before Beforethe Betorothe Beforethe
the burial of tho Senator certainly is I no notime notme notime
time for or serious discussion disuRinn of that ques question questin question ¬
tion land tme tin I shall shal attend atend the funeral in Cleve Cleveland Cleveland Cloveland ¬
CLEVELAND CIEIEIJiNI IX 1 MOURNING MOURNINGPreparations UOtllNl hIOURN1XGPreparations G GPrrparalon8
Preparations Prrparalon8 for fortliellanna the Ilanna llnna Funeral FuneralTo FuneralTonod FuneralThe FuneralTheflody The TheBody
Body nod to Lie Lo In State StateCLEVELAND stateCLVELD StateCanvaLtD
CLEVELAND CLVELD Feb 18 16Slowly Slowly Cleveland Clevelandis
is being transformed transtorme into a city of mourn mourning mour mournlog ¬
ing Flags Flgs are aa at hah hal mast mt over all al public publicbuildings publo publobuldngs pubilobuildings
buildings buldngs and many private prmto ones and andmany andmany andmany
many business houses and residences are arebeing arcbeing arebeing
being draped dape in mourning Samuel Sauel SamuolMather SamuolMatherJudges Mather MatherJudges MatherJudge
Judges Sounders Sunders and Williamson Wiiamon and J B BZerb B7rb 13Zerb
Zerb as a a committee comtte on arrangements arragements for forthe torthe forthe
the Ilanna lana funeral met with wih th Mayor John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son tonight tonigh to complete preparations preparationsThe preparatons preparatonsThe
The Senators Snatora body will wi arrive core from fromWashington tromWashington fromWashington
Washington Thursday morning at 10 10oclock 10oolok tooclock
oclock oolok and be met by n local committee committeeand commto committeeand
and police polce escort esort and taken to tho Chamber Chamberof
of Commerce Comerce building buiding where It will wi lie lo in instate Instnte Instate
state twentyfour hours On Friday mom momEpiscopal moming mornIng
ing the body wi will be r rrnoved < moved ta St St Pauls PaulsEpisopal PaulsEpiscopal
Episcopal Church Kuclldnncl ucldund Case Cae avenues avenueswhere aelurs aelurswhere avenueswhere
where Ruth Hanna and Joseph Medill MedillMcCormick Mel MedillMcCormick
McCormick lcCorck were wereniarrieci married Ilrled a short time ago agoBishop ogoBIBhoI agoBishop
Bishop BIBhoI Leonard Ltonard will wi conduct cnduct the funeral fiiriornlservice tunml tunmlserice funeralservice
service serice on Friday Fridy afternoon atemoon at 1 oclock oclockand ocock ococknd oclockand
and nd the remains relln8 will wi then t1 be taken to Lake LakeView Lke LkeView LakeView
View Cemetery and placed for the time timebeing tme tmeein timebeing
being ein in tho same 8m vault In which reposed repoaedthe repoted repotedthe reposedthe
President Garfield GnrfleldMemorial GarfieldMemorial
the body boy of Grteld GrteldIemorlnl
Memorial Port POft G A II of which Senator SenatorHanna SenatorJnna SenatorHanna
Hanna Jnna was a member expected expecte to surprise surprisetheir Aurprao Aurpraotheir surprisetheir
their comrade with wih a budge set in dia diamonds diamonds dinmonds ¬
monds Mr Hanna was WIS appointed aide to toCommanderinChlef toComanderlnChlet toCommanderinChief
CommanderinChlef ComanderlnChlet Black and tho tle badge badgewas badgewa badgewas
was wa intended to represent represnt that rank rnk It Ithas I Ithas
has h8 now been decided deided to use lEe tho money moneywhich mney mneywhich moneywhich
which the expected to for
post expecte spend a abadge abadge abadge
badge design for torn a floral foml tribute shaped sh1po in I a G A It Itdesign IIdesIgn
EULOGY RY 8 B THE ALDERMEN ALDERMENSenator IUnWJIEYStnltor t 141EIt1IEXSenator
Stnltor Senator Hamixs lIaluaa Career Caler Pointed Out as an anIllustrious al au auLiliuctrions
Illustrious lusrl01s Kxatuple Rllllle to Young olng Men MenAklemmn MeuiAlderuutan fl flAldermn
Aklemmn Aldermn Goodman Godman leader of the Re Republicans Republlanl Republicans ¬
publicans publlanl moved move and Alderman Alderan McCall McCallleader 1cCul McCallleader
leader of the Tammany Aldermen Alderenseonded Alderenseondedat seconded secondedat
at yesterdays yesterays meeting ml > tlng of the tlA board a reso resolution resoluton resolutlon ¬
lution luton dcplorinptho deplorlnptho deploringthcdeathofSenatorMarcus deploringthcdeathofSenatorMarcusA death of Senator Senltor Marcus MarcusA 1arcul
A Hnnna 9n in the the zenith nith of his hi fame and andpower andpower andpower
power end Ind It was WIS adopted ld opted by a rising risingvote rldng rldngote risingvote
vote voteThe voteThe ote oteThe
The resolution resoluton lauds Mr Hunna HUlna UK II pre preeminently pr prneminently ¬
fifllfmado his hissuccors hissuccess
eminently a f11lmmlo man owing hit
succors tucc I to untiring untring industry Indltry patient ap application lP lPplcnUonanr apeplicatlon ¬
and Indomitable
plication attn
plcnUonanr Indomitahlf pentoveranco pentoverancohis
his rise rlseo to biisinenH blllhle1 million fllton and Ild pollcl politicai politicaipower political politicalpower
and illustrious illustriousexample illustriotusexample
power placo setting Hotlng an lustrioll
example pwer to tho young YOltg g men of our OU count country countryore countryJersey ry ryJersey
ore Jersey Legislature LKlslature Honors flannai Memory MemoryTBENTON MemoryTnEtcxoN lrDor lrDorT
TBENTON T ElON Feb 18 16Rpublc 16Republicans Republicans and andDemocrats andDemorts andDomocrate
Democrats Demorts of the Now Jersey Jery Legislature Legislatureunited Lgilature Lgilatureunitd LegIslatureunited
united unitd today in i paying pay Ing tribute to the mem memory mmory mcrncry ¬
ory of Senator Sfnator Marcus Marls A Hurinu lanna Senator SenatorChilds Senltor SenltorChids Senatorhilds
Childs Chids Dem of orSmeret Somerset county intro introduced ltro ltrouced Introciuced ¬
duced uced a 1 resolution rslution of regret reget which was waaadopted wasadopted a
< tho in introduced introduce introduced
adopted adopte unanimously as RI wan Wa one ¬
troduced troduce in the House by Assemblyman AssemblymanDe j
De Lazier Lzer
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UNIFICATION UNIFIATION BIL BILL FIGHT ON ONSTILL OHTILL ONSTILL
STILL UNCONSTITUTIONAL VNONtIurlONAL SAYS SAYSMARCUS SASVAROUB SAYSMARCUS
MARCUS T 2 HUN HUNDespite HUNDlple hUNDespIte
Despite Dlple That and ad Senator Snator Gradjrt Crad Vigor Vigorous Vigoreel IKo IKoou
eel ou Protest Ptrt It Is I Advanced AdTnC to Third ThirdHeading ThirdDeedingIt
Heading RellnKI DeedingIt Its Defenders Say Sa That Tat the theDill thehull
Dill 01 Will Wi Kill Ki Educational EucUona Polities PolitiesALBANY PolttlcALBANy
ALBANY ALBNY Feb 18 lSTe 1GThe The educational eucatonal uni unification unificatlon ¬
fication fcaton bill bl came up In the Senate today todayand todayand todayand
and for the first ft time tme an opportunity opportuty to todiscuss todsus todiscuss
discuss dsus the measure meure was WI afforded aorded the oppo opposition opposition ¬
sition sion Last Lt night the bill bi was Wa amended amendedby aended aendedby amendedby
by providing provldlg that the Commissioner Com80ner of ofEducation otEducation ofEducation
Education to t bo b elected elete by the Legislature Legislatureshall Jgsatue JgsatueshaU LegislatureahaU
shall have absolute abslute control contl of the common commonschools comon comonSllool commonschools
schools Sllool high schools shools and ad the academies academiesand academiesad academiesand
and ad the Regents control contrl of the colleges collegesuniversities coleges colegesuiversities collegesuniversities
universities uiversities and technical telmlcaand and professional professionalschools professionalschools
schools schoolsSenator shols sholsSnator schoolsSenator
Senator Snator Grady the minority nnorty leader leaderdenounced lenderdenounced leaderdenounced
denounced the bill bi in the Senate Senat as l an arm arrogant a armgnat ¬
gnat gat and barefaced bareface grab gab of the schools Ihool by bya
a political poltcal machine mahne which was 18 audacious audaciousin
in Its Is boldness boldne Ho said Ild that the Demo Democratic Democrato Democratlo ¬
cratic crato party might mght well wish wsh the thl Odell Odellof Odellmachine
mahino machine godpe godspeod I in the endeavor to dag dagtho drag dragthe
the shool schools ot the pelo peoplo Into pltcs politics He Heieste Heinsisted
ieste insisted UIlt that 11 all the unconatitutlonalfeaturos unconatitutlonalfeaturosof
of tho bill bl had not been ben corrected corted and andread andread nd ndrlad
read this thl letter
ALBAKT ALBAN N T Feb 16 16The 16TAe iSThe
The Han Morton E Lewis Lelil Chairman Chairan Senate SenateCommittee SenatsCommitee ScuctComnduiee
Committee Commitee 101 on Education Eduation Senate Ciamor CiamorAlbany ChambrAlbanl C1uambrAlbany
Albany NY N Y YY YMv
Albanl
MY Y DEAn DE SIB I see ee by t the morning morlna papers papersthat papersthat
that amendments have been made to the theunification theulltcnton theunification
ulltcnton unification amendment bill bi recognizing recoltlnll ben the te obligation obligationof obliation obliationof
of the legislature 111 lature to conform this measure measureto
to constitutional consttutonal requirements rOQulrement In words wordsbut wor worbut wordsbut
but I regret to say ay not In 11 1r substance snb tnce The Theamendments rheamendment Fheamendments
amendments would seem sem to t accord with wit that thatMachiavellian thatMnchlavcla thatMachiavellian
Machiavellian precept precpt that tba It Is wiser wier to tocultivate tocultvate tocultivate
Mnchlavcla cultivate the appearance nppearanc6of of virtue than virtue virtueItself virtueItSAl virtueItself
cultvate Itself as in the credit of virtue there Is great greatgain greatgain greatgain
gain ItSAl but virtue itself 11011 oftentimes ofntme True cumbcreth cumbcrethaction cumbrth cumbrthacton curnberetbaction
action actionTheso actionThese
acton actonheso These heso amendments appear In terms term to toof toJP toa
In thp Rnrr t 1Ioent a lug part partofltpr partni
of JP its present powers J But tared 7aY lEat CaS1WK CaS1WKpowers suon suonpowers m mpower
ofltpr rit
powers shall shal ltP be exercised by the Commis Commisthe Commlsioner Commisstoner
power
stoner 01 Edutton Education nppolted appointed by the Legls Leglsuoes Lgis Legialature
luturo ThIs In my Judgment does not re relieve rehero ¬
hero leve the measure mellro from tho constitutional constitutionalobjection constitutonal constitutonalobjceton constitutionalobjection
objection that it provides for the transfer transferto transfert
to t objceton and ald the exercise by an officer newly created createdbr cretd cretdby
by the Legislature LRialature ecrcse of the functions of the theRegents theRellent theRegents
Regents Rellent of the te University Univerit Very Or truly trly yours yoursMAKCCS your yoursMutcco
MAKCCS lbnccs T HUN HUNSenator HVNSenaor huNSenator
Senator Senaor Grady Grd sought Eought to havo the bill billamended bi billamended
amended amende so as to provide for unification unificationunder unicaton unicatonunder unificationunder
under the Regents Regets and the election eleion of tho thoCommissioner theComissioner thoCommissioner
Commissioner Comissioner of Education Eucaton Edtucat ion by the Regents Regentshist Rgents Rgentslstcd Regentsinstead
hist lstcd instead cad of the Legislature LegislatureSenators Legisltur LegislatureSenators
Senators Elon R Brown Brov White Whie and andLewis ad adLewI andLewis
Lewis LewI defended dccnde the bill bi urging that while whileit whie whieIt
it would not inject ljet politics poltiC Into the schools schoolsits
its operation opertion on the other hand had would wouldeliminate wouldelmite wouldeliminate
eliminate elmite from the State school shool administra administration ndmlnlstmton ndmlnistration ¬
tion ton educational educt lonl politics polti which whic they theydeclared theydeclre theydeclared
declared declre was ws even more mor detrimental to tho thopeoples thopeoples thepeoples
peoples Interests Interpts than a partisan parisn adminis administration admlls admllstrtion administratibn ¬
tration trtion of the schools schoolsSenator Ichools IchoolsSenator schoolsSenator
de defeated defetcl defoated
Senator Gradys Grdys amendments amEndmentl were ¬
feated fetcl by a party pary vote and tho bill bi ordered orderedto
to a third thir reading reding
A bill bi introduced ltruc by Senator Senntr Elsberg
increases tncrell the retirement relirment fund of the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York City Teachers Tecbers Association A8oiaton by adding addingto
to it 1 per cent centof lot of all al teachers taher salaries salariesThe salariNIThe salariesThe
The bill bi also ao provides for graduated rauat pen pensions penIions penclans ¬
clans Iions One feature of the bill is in in doubt doubtIt
It is istho the provision glvn giving the teacher tacher a aright a aright
right to retire voluntarily after atr thirty thirtyyears ililry ililryyear thIrtyyears
years year service servic Senator Sellatr Elsberg suggests suggeststhat SUgg0ts SUgg0tsthat suggeststhat
that instead Imteld there should bo b an a age limit limitof Imlt Imltof limitof
of 05 6 years e for men and Id 00 6 for women womenSenator womenSenator womenSenator
Senator Barnes Bares introduced itu Introdu ce cod a bill bi today todayappropriating todayapprorratng todayappropriating
appropriating approrratng 5000 50 to establish etblish in the theState theStat theState
State Stat Prison Pron Commissions OmisBlons department a alaboratory albortory alaboratory
laboratory lbortory for the study studyot of criminal crm derartent nal pauper pauperand pauperand
and defective detectve classes A director dirElor pnupr pnuprand of the thelaboratory ile ilelabortory thelaboratory
cas
laboratory labortory is to bo b appointed by the Gov Governor Govcrnor Governor ¬
ernor at a salary salay of 3000 3000OVAIIDSUEX 30 30GUARDSUEN 3OOOGUAIDS3ILX
OVAIIDSUEX HEAR IIEAlGENOHAFFEE IIEAlGENOHAFFEETe GEN CHAFFEE CHAFFEEThe
The Te State Association Alsoolaton AssoolatlonChoosci Chooses Coosel Major Drlds Drldsman nrdS Bfldgman
man of This Tht City Ciy as 1 President PresidentALBANT Prrsltent PrrsltentALANY PresidentAuuar
ALBANT ALANY Feb 16 ISThe Tho National Naton Guard GuardAssociation Guar GuardAssociation
Association Aciation of tho State Stae held its annual annualconvention annualconvention
convention conventon in I this city cty today and Id elected electedMajor eleted electedMajor
Major ajor O B Bridgman Brdgman of Squadron Squaron A A of ofNew ofNew
New York city cty president presidentGen prldrnt prldrntGen presIdentCcci
Gen Adna Ada R Chaffee Chfe Chief Cef of Staff Staf of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States State Army Ar was wa the guest guet of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the association asocton this thl evening ovenlg and an delivered deliveredan delver
an address nddrC in I the Assembly wpmhly chamber on onMilitary onMitary onMilitary
Military Mitary Progress Since 1801 1801MR 186 1861R 1881MR
MR 1R UAXXAS HAlNJtS WEALTH WEALTHKstlmates WEALTHE WEALThEstimates
Estimates E Umates In Cleveland That Tt It I Huns From FromSTOOOOOO From87000OO rom rom8f
STOOOOOO 8f 000000 to 6SOOOOOO 88000 SS000000CLEvLND 6SOOOOOOCLEVELAND
CLEVELAND CVLm Feb 16 16The Tho value of the theestate theestate theestato
estate left by th the s Into Ite Senator Snator Hanna laa is isestimated isestimatd isestimated
estimated estimatd at from 17000000 00 to 8000000 8000000It 8QOOOOIt 00
It is said that ho owned owed at least let IS per pr cent centof centof centof
of the stock Itock of the Cleveland Electric Eectro Rail Railway Rl Railway ¬
way capitalized cpialzd at 23000000 2300 In 11 addi addition add addjtion ¬
tion ton to being largely interested in I vessel vesseland vesel veseland vesseland
and iron he direc director dlrector
mining properties proprte was wa a direc ¬
tor iu il the te United National Natonal Bank Dk Guardian GuardianTrust Gurdian GurdianTnt GuardianTrust
Trust Tnt Company Compny the te Peoplos Savings Svigs and andLoan ald aldLoan andLoan
Loan Company of this city cty and the te Clove ClevelandPittsburg Clee CloveIandPittsburg
landPittsburg Railway
landPitslmrg Halway HalwayMr
Mr Hanna was a largo stockholder in intho Inthe Inthe
the American Shipbuilding Shlphajdln Company Cmpany and andtho andtho andtho
tho Pittsburg Pttburg Coal Company He le owned ownedthe owne ownedthe
the tf Euclid Eucld Avenue Opera Opra House Houe In this th city cityClvlo cityChle cityCiwlo
Clvlo Federation ederaton at t the Funeral FuneralThe FunrralThe FuneralThe
The headquarters hedqurters of the National Nntonal Civlo CivloFederation CivloFeertion CivieFederation
Federation Feertion at 281 Fourth avenue will wi re remain re tomain ¬
main mi closed today tody Thursday and Friday Fridayout Fridy Fridyout Fridayout
out of respect repet for Senator Sentor Hannas HI memory memoryand memoryand memoryand
and Oscar S Straus Stru vicepresident vlepresldet of the theFederation theFedeaton theFederation
Federation Fedeaton telegraphed telrgrphe yesterday yeterday to its itsexecutive ls lstxl itsexecutive
executive txl > uthe committee In the East Est asking askingthem nklng nklngthem askingthem
them them to attend atend tho funeral tunerl today Mr MrStraus 1r 1rStrus MrStania
Straus Strus S R Calloway Caloway Cornelius N Bliss BlissCharles Blst BlissCharles
Charles Chrle A Moore Marcus Lucu M Marks and andV anQ anQV and andV
V Fveritt Fveritt Macy llcy went to Washington Washi on yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day on tho Congrif Congrsionnl sionnl slonll Limited LimitedWins Llmlt LlmltUln LimitedWins
Uln Wins Naval nnl Institute Instute Prize PrizeANNAPOLIS llzrANAPOLS PrizeANApoWs
ANNAPOLIS ANAPOLS Md Feb leb 18 10Te 10The The board of ofcontrol orcontrol ofcontrol
control of the Naval Institute Inttute this thj after afternoon atternoon afternoon ¬
noon awarded the annual prize for the thehost thebeMt thehtt
host prize essay MY to Lieut S P Fullenwidcr FullenwidcrU FUlenwider FUlenwiderU
U S N The subject subjet was W8 The le Fleet Jlot and andIts anu anuIs and andIts
Its Is Personnel PerBonnel The prize priz was 20i and andlife andle andlife
life le membership in tho institute instituteThe Instute InstuteThe InstituteThe
The Weather WeatherA
A evere cold wave e unheralded uneraded reached the thisAtlantic theAtlolc theAtlantic
Atlantic Atlolc States yesterday and caused eaued A drop of of2u 01u oftu
2u u to SO s degrees In the temperature which whch touched touchedG
G decrees betow zero at Binghamton 3 degrees degreesbelow derreesbelow degreesbelow
below at Albany 4 dejreej deree below beow at Northfleld Northfleldzero
zero CTO at Boston and ad 1 abovo zero cr In I this city cty On Oaaccount Onaccount Onaccount
account of o the bl high h wind wnd It vu the severest severet day dayof dayof dayo
of o the Ilc winter The Th crest of the e cold was wa over the thaLake theLake theLake
Lake Regions and U I llkrly Ikry to pass pa this Ihl secUon this thismoraine ti thLmornIng
moraine moroln and from trm then on each cah day dy for several severaldays sovera severaldaya
days da will wi be warmer warmerThere warer warerher warmerthero
There her was wa s a storm over western wester Montana which whichmoved whch whchmovd whichmoved
moved In from rom the north aorh FaclHo PaUlo Coast causing causingcalcj caUlnr caUlnrrles cauainggaics
calcj rles over the Northwest orbwct States Stle and south over overColorado onrColordo overColorado
Colorado Colordo There Tlere was IVa rain In I the northwestern northwesternRocky norbweter northwesternRocky
Rocky Roky Mountain States and cloudy coudy threatening threateningconditions LlreaLenlnr LlreaLenlnrconditions thrcatenlngconditions
conditions obtained In the Southern States
Soulber else elsewhere elsewhere ¬
ese esewhere
where the weather was IS fair fairIn lairla fairIn
In this city ciy It was wa fair with wlh a cold wave lowest lowesttemperature lowettCllpClaturc lowesttemperature
tCllpClaturc temperature 1 degree above zero ero from trm 7 A M to too
0 A a M wind wild high hi I northwest norllvet average humidity humiditySU humldllYS
SU S per cent barometer baromeer corrected corpc d to read to sea sealevel scaleve sealevel
level leve at 8 A M 2 3002 30 3 P M 2003 2003Tbe 2O 2Ohe niOtthe
the he temperature yesterday as recorded recorcd by the theofficial theorc1 theofflcit
official orc1 table Ib1e thermometer tlermomctor Is I shown In the annexed annexedtable annexd annexdIb1e annexedtubic
1U04 IIIH 1903 10 1904 10 1803 1803S
S A M 5 t 1 4 IM I IS ISB
B A M I S3 3 8 P M J O OI > 33 33li
li I M 4 n 0 I > M B M Ma eca
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a p I M 1 5 l si is Mid 4 4wtsuturoTos 2S 2SWASH 28WSHLoOTOY
WASH WSHLoOTOY wtsuturoTos WOTOVrOHECASTrOBTODAT FORECST FORTODAT AND TOMOBnOW TOMOBnOWFor To10nnow To10nnowor TOMOitflOWIor
For or eastern Xtie ew York lor lair continued eOTlnUld told to today 10dau today ¬
day tomorrow 10morrOI increasing Inceadlg cloudiness daudlltu and cornier tcarmtrprobably uarm uarmproOaOlu cornierprobatitU
probably snow snol by night nIgh dmtnl3htng dlllnlshlng northiceit norlhuut to teen teenulntli l wejfwtfldu < st
ulntli ulntliFor 111 wtflduIor <
Ior western New York orl snow today todaYIxcepL todaYIxcepLrslr except nxceptfair exceptfair
fair Iu II the southeast portion continued cold to tomorrow 1 tomorrow
morrow morrw mow and ad warmer variable varable winds wd b bcomue b be becoming
coming cmlr easterly eaterlY and ad brisk briskFor brk brkFor briskFor
For New England fair today 10
ay except snow In Ineastern Inetern Ineastern
eastern etern Maine Aaine tomorrow to morow fair continued cootnued cold coldhigh coldhlrh coldhigh
high west to t northwest northweL wttids wnds diminishing dlmll blnr by bytnnlcbt bltnnlehL bytniglui
tnnlcbt tnnlehLor tnigluiFor tnnlcbtFor
For or the District Distrct of Columbia Maryland New
eastern eatem Pennsylvania and Delaware fair
cold today 10cy tomorrow partly rlly eloudy eloudynd
nd warmer warer probably prbablY mow by night fresh north oorl florUo
o northeast aorlle 1 winds wd
I 1
AMERICAN MEBOA CONSULATE CONSUL4TEINVADEA CONSUL4TEINVADEA110w ONSLrBlABa ONSLrBlABaR INVADED INVADEDBow
Bow R w at S SIII Sanusna rn n Santo StoUomo Domingo Ma7Lad MayLead
Lead Lad to Retaliation RetaliationWASHINGTON BrtaUatoa BrtaUatoaWABBINOTONFeb MetshhatlonWASUINOX0N
WASHINGTON WABBINOTONFeb Feb 18 leA A despatch re received tocelved
ceived celve at the State DpentfomW Department from fromW W L LPowell IaPowell
Powell Powel UnitedStatea United State Charged Chg d Affaires Mar at atSanto atSanto
Santo Snto Domingo Domngo City Cit says sy that tht United Unt State StateViceConsular Sta StaeiViceConsular
ViceConsular VicConul Agent Van Villain at Sanianahas
has h informed lore Mr Powell Powel that inugentl inugentlentered Insurgentsentered
entered our consulate conulte at a Stamina Sna with witharmed withaed witharmed
armed aed force toro and took tok two refugees refugeout refugeoutFolowing out outFollowing outFollowing
Following Folowing so quickly the killing kiing by Do Dominican Donilnican
minican mlnlca Insurgents Insurgent of Machinist Machint Johnson Johnsonof Johon Johonot
of the United Unie States training ship Yankee Yankeethis Yankeethis
this Invasion of an American Aeroan consulate conulte consulatehas consulatehasaroused has hasaroused
aroused arousd the Government to a point where whereemphatic whereemphatic
emphato emphatic action acton may lay be b expected expte The TheState TheState
State instructions instructionsto
Stlte Department telegraphed telegraphe intctons intctonsto
to Mr Powell Powel to make a thorough thoroughlnvst Investi Investigation Investigatlon ¬
gation gaton of the Samana Smana incident 11cldent and to pro protest po potest protest ¬
test to tho Dominican Government It Italso Italso
also sent a a copy of Mr Powolls despatch despatchtq delptoh delptohtq
tq tlw th Navy Nav Department DepartmentRear Departent DepartentRear DepartmentRear
Rear Admiral Adiral Wise left Santo Domingo DomingoCity DomingoCity DomingoCity
City yesterday for Guantanamo Cusntano In I the theflagship thefagship theflagship
flagship fagship Minneapolis Minneapoli Ho probably know of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Samana a affair affairAdmiral oair oairAdira affairAdmiral
Admiral Adira Wise has been benlnvestgatng investigating the thekilling thekilng thekilling
killing kilng of Machinist fachnlst Johnson Johnsonwhoh Johnsoawhioh which accord accordIng acord acordIng according
Ing toMr to Mr Powellwaa Powelwl deliberate delbrate and adup unpro unprovoked unPoyoked o oyoked ¬
yoked but which according to Commander CommanderHeilrier CommanderHejilnor
Heilrier H ihier of the Yankee was probably unin unintentional unintentlonal ¬
unn unntenton
tentional tenton The Battleship Dattehlp squadron squadronof of the thaNorth theNorth
North Norh Atlantic Atante fleet fet under Rear Rr Admiral AdmiralBarker AdmiralBarker
Barker is at Guantanamo Guantano and available availablefor avaable avaablefor
for duty in Dominican Doncan waters watersWILL watefllWIL watersWILL
WILL WIL SENATOR SE J1TOR TELLER QUIT QVlTfColorado GUll GUllCGlordo QUITColorado
Colorado CGlordo Republicans Uepublcan Expect Eet Him to t Fol Follow Follow Eellow ¬
low Sbafrotbs Sbarotbs Example Eumple and Resign ReslrnDXKVEB RI ResignDErvEn
DXKVEB DElE Col Col Feb 16 lSCloro 10Colorado Colorado Repub Republicans Rpub Rpublcans Bepublicans ¬
licans lcans ridicule rdouo the action aeton of Congressman CongressmanShafroth CongressmanShafroth
Shafroth Sharoth hi I resigning reignn and term ter his h dramatic dramaticaction drto drtoacton draznatioaction
action acton in the House Houe yesterday yetera a grand grtd stand standplay standplay standplay
play They say ho knew kew all a about the themajority thetI themajority
tI h11hR tJhl
majority mjort and that ho waited wated until ut the last lut10ment lastmoment lastmoment
moment 10ment resigning resignng simply simpl to avoid being beingkicked beingkicked
kicked kicke out They say every schoolboy schoolboyknows schoolby schoolbykows schoolboyknows
knows kows there are ae four wards ward here bert tn which whichnegro whichnegro
negro neero voters are hi I a majority and ad that thatthese thatthee thatthese
these thee wards war have been bn carried caie by Democrats Democratsfor
for years ye because beaue they prevent the negroes negroesfrom negroesfrom
from voting votng Democratic Democrato leaders lees here herehave herehave
have announced anouc that they will w burn bu Mr MrShafroth MrShafroth
Shafroth Sharoth in effigy efg on the charge cage of being beinga bei
a quitter quitterThe quitterTe quitterThe
The Te announcement anouncemeut of Shaf Sharotha Shafroths roths resigna resignation resignation ¬
tion ton was followed toUowe by the prediction prcton that thatSenator thatSentor thatSenator
Senator Sentor Teller also alo would woud resign reign as a he hewas hewas hewas
was elected electe by the votes of members membr of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the General Assembly who were counted coute In Inby Inby Inby
by the same conspiracy conpiracy that Mr M Shafroth Shafrothpublicly Shatrothpublicly
publicly publcly acknowledged ackowlege in Congress CongressGov CODr CongressGov
Gov Peabody Peaby will wi call cal an extra ex session sessionof Ieion Ieionot
of the Legislature Legislatue to elect Mr lr T Tele Tellers Tellerssuccessor ll r rsuccessor
successor sucesor If I ho resigns resignsWOMEX resignsWOEN resignsWOMEN
WOMEN BALLOT 14LLOT BOX STUFFER8 STUFFER8The STUFFBRSTe S SThe
The Te Shafroth Case lse Made llade an Armament ArmamentAgainst MlumentA5alnst ArgumentAgainst
Against an Equal Eua Suffrage 8urraKi Law LawWASHINGTON Lw LwWASHINGTON LawSVASHINGT0N
WASHINGTON Feb IB leWomen Women filled fe the theroom theroom
te teroom
room of the House Committee Cmtte on onta the Judi Judiciary oud Judicia1 ¬
ciary cia cia1 today They Toy were wer there toro to urge urgeI uo uofavorable urgefavorable
I favorable action aoton upon the te proposed propoed six eixteeuth sixteenth sixteenth
teenth amendment amondent to t the Constitution Constitutiongiving Cnttuton ConstitutiongIving I Iglvlnl
giving glvlnl women the th right rgh to vote Every Evey ¬ I Ithing
thing went along nicely until utl Representa Representative Heprenta ¬ I
tive te Alexander AI xander of New York member memberof
of the committee cmmItelndlcate commltteeindicated indicated his antiequal antiequalsuffrage antleual antiMualsuffrage
suffrage surae vlewsby jews by calling clni attention attonton to the therecor thereord therecord I
recor recorelection reord record in the BonyngeSharoth BonyngeShafroth cntete contested contestedelection
election case ce showing Bholl that tat women had hadstuffed ha hadstuffed
stuffed stue the ballot blot boxes boxesMrs box boxMr boxesMrs
Mrs Mr Meredith for the th women voters voter of ofColorado ofCloro ofColorado
Colorado Cloro explained that the women womenr re repeaters to topastors ¬
pastors peters in Denver were of the dissolute dissoluteclass dlolute dloluteclR dlssoluteclass
class classAmong clR classAmong
Among Amon the speakers speaers for the amendment amendmentwas aendment aendmentwa
was wa exGov Alva Adams of Colorado Coloradowho Clomdo Clomdowho Coloradowho
who said that ho knew 10000 10Owomln lO000wcmen women voters otrS otrSIn
in the State StatE and that equal suffrage sufrage was wa a asuccess aSUcce asuccess
success SUcce In Colorado ColoradoMiss Coloro ColoroMi ColoradoMiss
Miss Mi Susan Sl B Anthony Athony headed hede a dele delegation delegaton delegation ¬
gation gaton which appeared appred before heroreilie the Senate SenateCommittee Snate SnateCommite SenateCornniittec
Committee Commite on Woman Suffrage Surge The Theother Theother Theother
other speakers were wer Miss Ii < Emily Ely HowlandMr HowlandMrs Howland RowlandMrs
Mrs Mr Ida spers 1i Husted Harper Hal1r Mrs Mr Maude
Nathan Natban the Rev Anna Ana Shaw and Mrs MrsMary MrsMary I
Mary Mry Swift Swif of California CaliforniaThe Cailornla Cailornlahe CaliforniaThe
The he National Nation Womans Womns Suffrage Con Convention Conventon Convention ¬
SuUrag
vention venton adjourned adjoured this thl afternoon afteroon after afterreeiecting afterreelecting
ater aterreeletng
reelecting reeletng all al the old officers officersWOULDNT ofc ofcWOULDXT officersWOULDNT
WOULDNT SIT IX I CONGRESS CONGRESSGeorgia COGRESSCror51a CONGRESSGeorgia
Georgia Congressman Cou5resman Refused to Take Ills IllsSeat 11 liiiSeat
Seat Because Deuse HI I His Election Electon Was Wa Tainted TaintedSAVANNAH TaintedSAVANNAH t
SAVANNAH SVANNAH Ga Feb 16 16Georg 16GeorgIa Georgia has hasa h
a precedent preedent for the action acton of Mr Shafroth Shafrothof Shoth Shothof
of Colorado who refused rtusd to retain retan a seat seatin se seatin
in Congress Congres because bcau he believed beloved ho lo had h been beenelected b beenelected
elected by fraud When J C 0 Black Blackof B1
of the Tenth Congress Congres district ran ra against againstThomas agalntfoll againstThomas
Thomas foll E Watson for Congress Con rC ho was waselected wa waselected
elected by a large majority It
1 I was openly openlycharged openlycharged
opniy opniychaged
charged chaged that Mr Blacks election elcton was the theresult theresult theresult
result of fraud in Riclunond county When Whenhe Whenhe Svhenlie
he heard of these charges chages he forwarded forwardedhis
his resignation relgnaton to Gov Atkinson AtkiDon torare telling telng tellin tellinhim
him he could not 10t take the office ofc If I he h had hadbeen hadbeen ha habeen
been elected fraudulently traudulenty Ho did dd not even evenwait evenwalt evenwait
wait to RO JO to Washington before acknowl acknowledging aknowl aknowledginF acknowledginghbu ¬
edging edginF edginghbu his determination determinaton not to totake take tae a place placetainted plc placetainted
tainted tanted with fraud fraudThe fraudThe fraudThe
The Governor Goveror ordered a new ne election electionand elecion elecionand electionand
and Mr Black Back was wa elected a second tune tuneCAMERON tie tieCUERON timeC4MERON
CAMERON FORBES ACCEPTS ACCEPTSHell ACCEPTSIeU ACCEPTSHell
Hell IeU Go to Manila Manliansa lana as a 1 Member of 9t the thePhilippine thePhlpple thePhilippine
Philippine Phlpple Commission CommissionWASHINGTON Commision CommisionWASHINGTON CommissionWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Feb 10 t6Seret 10Secretary Secretary Taft Taftannounced Tananounc Taftannounced
announced anounc after aftr the Cabinet mooting mot to today t today ¬
day that W Cameron Forbes Forb of Massa Massachusetts Masschuseta Massachusette ¬
chusetts chuseta had accepted acrpted the appointment appointmentas
as a member iembr of tho Phippie Philippine appitmet appitmetOR Commission Commissionmat Cmlon Cmlonand Counndsslonand
and that the PesIdent President would snd send h his nom
iaton Ination mat ion to the Senate Snat immediately Imelatel ImelatelMr
Mr Forbes Forb s will wi probably leave lev for fo M MJInhlk MJInhlkwithin n nwithin >
within wihi a few weeks Ho lo will wi be at the head headof h headof
of the Department Deprtment of Commerce Comer and ad te Police Policeand Plc Policeand
and ad will wl take an active actve part In I the con construction constrcton constructlon ¬
struction strcton ippines ippinesSecretary of a railroad rairoad system sy tem in i the Phil Philippines Ph Philippines ¬
Secretary Taft Tat and Mr Forbes ForbR are ex expectod expcte cxpectod
pectod pcte to go to Now York on March Marb 10 ao accompanied aocompanie aocompanled ¬
companied companie by Col Clarence CLuenc R Edwards EdwardsChief Ewads EwadsOhlef EdwardsChief
Chief of the Bureau Bureu of Insular Insula Affairs Aa for forin fora
a conference wih with some rairo railroad others
in regard to plans plan for granting grntlg franchises frch16 OIcef
for the construction constucton of railway raiway lines linesDOVRT lne lneDOUBT linesDOUBT
DOUBT ON REYESS IlSS ELECTION ELECTIONState EI lTlON lTlONState
State Department Hears That Tat Its I a Toss Tossup Tossup Tossup
up lie net Between t ween Him 11m and Velez VelezWASHINGTON VeiezVAsrIINOrON elez elezWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Feb 16 16Tis 10This This telegram telegramfrom telegra telegramfrom
from Mr Snyder Charge1 dAffaires dAIaresot of the theUnited theUnite theUnited
United Unite State at Bogota Bo ot dated dted Fob 13 13was 13wa 13was
was wa received reived at tho State Department Deparent
today todayComplete tocay tocayClllcte todayComplete
Complete Clllcte quiet prevailed rrntled Presidential Presidentialelections Presidentialelections
Preldtntal Preldtntalelections
elections passed Isscd quietly No one knows knowswhether knowswlnther
kows kowswhther
whether whther Hoycs or Velcz was W elected electe Talk Talkabout Tailtttout
al
about ahlut Panama seems 8EmS to havo completely
subsided subsidedReyes subsidedThe Uh8Idl Uh8IdlThe >
The HoE referred to Is Gen Rafael
Reyes ReyC YicoPresident YleePrealient of off ofColombia Colombia Ral and andsailed
Its special envoy to Washingtn Washington f le lesaied He Hesailed
sailed saied from New York ork last week for France France
Veloz is president of the Colombian Senate SenateMovements Senate310H Senato3tosenicnts
Movements 310H lcllls of Naval Inl Vessels VesselsWASHINGTON YcsciiVAOIIINGT0N rssrl rssrlWAfUNGTON
WASHINGTON WAfUNGTON Fob 10 The Te supply ship
Supply has arrived arn > at Honolulu the battle battleships btto battleships ¬
ships Keanwrge Kcrrge AJ1 Alabama ama Illinois Ilnois and
l1HtOhuRets MiiHHiiohusotts at Guantanamo Guantannmold and the sup simply supply ¬
ply Hhlp Hercules Herulel nt League Lague Island Iland sup The Thetug Thetug he hetug
tug OHceola OHccll has hl8 sailed salM from Sail SRn Juan for
Koy West the cruiser cru r Minneapolis lInno II from
Santo Sato Domingo Domiu o City for Guantanamo Gutamo the theauxiliary theauxia theauxiliary
auxiliary auxia Prairie from frm Colon for Guanta Guantanamo GUantanao Guantanaino ¬
namo nao the cruiser crui r Raleigh Rlegh from Cavite Cavlt for
Shanghai the auxiliary alxiar Frolic Frolo from Cavito
for Shanghai Shaghai and the thecrul8r cruiser Now No Orleans Cavte
from Cavito for Chefoo ChefooLeave ChefooLeae ChefooLeae
Leae of Absence bsellre for Admiral Cotton CottonWASHINGTON tolon tolonW CottonWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON W A NGTON Feb l leRar 16Rear Rear Admiral AdmiralCharles AdmiralCharlO AdmiralCharles
CharlO Charles S Cotton Coton has been bn relieved releved from
the command comnd of the European squadron
ha hu received reohe leave EurPa of absence squan abroad ab
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NO HOPE NOW FOR HOME RULE RULEI RULEODEI RULEODELL
I ODELL ODEI L HAS SEEN A LIGHT LIHT SINCE SINCEMONDAYS SIOEVONDAYS SINCEMoNDAYS
MONDAYS CONFERENCE CONFERENCEMoreover CONFERENCEMoreover ONFERE CE CEMoreover
Moreover New Turk 1ork City CI Would Woud Vote ot for fortbe tortie forthe
the tie Sunday Snc Sale Be of Uquor Jquor If I It I Had Hadtbe Uadtbe Hadthe
Its Not NotLikely NotUrly NotLikely
And
tbe Ounce CaeeAd ChanceAnd Anyhow Aow I
Likely Urly to Have Hve the te Chance Chnce Ibis Year YearALBANY YearALaNv ea eaAUIN
ALBANY AUIN Feb 16 16Gov Gov Odell Odel In state statemccta etatement statemeats
meats ment made mne today tody practically pratcy admits admitsthat ait admitsthat
that tht he does not hope hop for anything anyhing In the theline theline theline
line of home rule re At his hi home rule re con conference confernc conference ¬
he learned something somethingof
ference fernc yesterday leane lomethlng lomethlngof
of the th powers power the cities ctes hare under their theircharters theirch theircharters
charters ch Today Tody he announced aounc that tht the theonly theony theonly
only ony trouble with wth the cities cite was wa that they theyfailed theyfailed theyfailed
failed to take tae advantage advantge of the powers power they theyhad they theyh theyhad
had
hadBefore h
Before the conference conerence it was wa understood understoodthat understoodthat
that tha the Governor Govrnor wanted to eee ee his way wayclear wayclea wayclear
clear clea to granting gatng to New York city olt saloon saloonkeepers woonkopsthe saloonkeepers ¬
kopsthe keepers the right to sell sel on Sunday Bundy To Today Today Today ¬
day ho does not think thin there is any aZY need ned of ofsuch ofsuch
such ach legislation legislationThe legslation
The 1 Raines Rne law was wa one of the things dis discussed ds dsC dlicussed ¬ I
The TheGovernor TheGvernor TheGovernor
cussed C at yesterdays yeterdays gathering gatherg
Governor Gvernor today tay showed that he had hadloomed hadloe hadlearned
loomed something methng for he now knows kow of ofthe ofthe ofthe
loe the evils of the Balnea Rne law lw hotels hote Ho Hodidnt Hoddt Hodidnt
didnt ddt ev hesitate heitate to say sy that the worst rt feature featureof featue featueof
of the law lw was wa that It let such soh places ple exist existwas estH enistHe
He also Bald tht that he supposed the law laww lawwas
H si sPP
was w be benot bei being a enforced In New York a as he ha had hadnot
not received rfved enor any y complaints that tt It was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not He said however hower that that he believed believedthat beleve believedthat
that tt something Imethlg should oud be done whereby wherebytho herby herbytho I
tho local lo authorities authorte could coud have hve more dis discretionary di dtscretlonary ¬ I
cretionary power In I granting licenses loD He Hethought Hethought Hothought
cton thought that tht the Police Polc gtig Health Heth andBuUd andBuUdcations ad and BDd BDdIng Build Buildbig
big deptent departments shoud should pa pass upon alllppl all appii appiications
cations ction for hotel hot licenses licensesRegarding Ucnes UcnesRegrdig licensesRegarding
Regarding the te question quetion of home rule re as asfar a asfat
Regrdig
far fa as the Sunda Sundaconcerned Sunday opning opening of woon saloons I Is Isconcerned
concerned concmed he said salePeople saidPeple saidPeople
People Peple In New York city however do doThis donot donot
not wt want the sloon saloons opened on Suday SudayT Sunday SundayThis
This T I know kow and If I the opne question queton were wer put putin putIn putIn
in the tbfor form of a referendum rerdum I know kow that thatit tt ttIt thatit
it would not pass While Wle I do not approve of ofthe ofte ofthe
the woud Sunday Sday opening p of saloons woon I do doblve doblvett believe believethat believethat
te oplg
that tt some m provision prviion should shoud be b made mde so that thatthose tlt tltto thatthose
those to who conduct eonduothotls conduothotels hotels under th the present presentlaw prt prtlaw presentlaw
law should sould be compelled ompUe to run r them in a anotable a arespectable
respectable notable manner mannerome mer merHom mannerHome
rpble Hom Home ome rule re for foztes forcltleo ities said sid the te Governor Governorlicense Gvemor Gvemorsould Governorshould
sould should not be onte construed to me mean a generl genera generalicense
license 10 to do what wht they please plee without wthout any anycontrol an ancntl anycontroP
control cntl by the Legislature Lgislt The desire desi of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the majority m to accord acrd to the municipalities municipalitiesof
orit munlclpll
of the te State Stte a larger lrger measure mesre of local lo au autonomy autonomy asstonorny ¬
tonomy does dos not mean me a general throwing throwingopen thwg thwgo throwingopen
open o n of the doors doorsWilliam dor doomWilliam
William Wil tle Barnes Bae Jr the chairman chan of the theexecutive theexeutve theexecutive
executive exeutve committee comttef ot the te Republican RepublicanState RpubUca RepublicanState
State Stat committee comte who attended atende the con conference confere conference ¬
ference fere at the executive axeutve chamber yester yesternowspapor yeste yesterdaybaa
day daybaa t b tas this te to sy say In a leang leading etor editorial editorialin
In h his newspaper nespapor tonight tonightThe tnght tnghtThe tonightThe
The Republican party plrt ultimately ultmntely will wi turn turnover tur turnover
Rpublcan
over this question to the people of tb tbe city cityof oltyot cityof
of New York Queton or the people of the olty olt of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York will wi turn tur over the Republican Rpublcn party partyNot partyNot partyNot
Not that the people of New York want wanttbs wanttbsSunday the thsSunday theSunday
Sunday opening te of saloons They The want the therower thepower thepower
power to settle sette the Question Queston The LeBls LeBlsNEW Lll Legislature
lature may have been a w wIse e father t to th the thepeople
people of New York upon thl this quetlon question bU bUth but butthe
th the chid child has grown roW to such tremendou pro propQrlens proportions
portions that he desires t to tr try the expriment exprimento experiment experimentof
pQrlens o him of controln controlling h himsel himself ad and It should be Ilven Ilvenhim given givenhim
himNEW
NEW MUNICIPAL IUlIPAL COURT RILL RILLProvides BILL BILLPo1drl BILLPresides
Provides Po1drl for the Election Elect0n of tbe Justices Justicesat ousUee
at Large by the Ue Boroncbi BoroncbiALBANT norouKhlALBAN floroughiAasusrr
ALBANT ALBAN Feb 18 16Snatr 16Senator Senator Elsberg Esberg and andAssemblyman ad adAemblyn andAssemblyman
Assemblyman Aemblyn Perham Pehm have hve introduced Itoucd a abill abi abill
bill bi abolishing nb01hng the present preent municipal muicp court courtdistricts cur courtdistricts
districts dtrict in i New York and providing for the theelection theeleton theelection
election eleton of a new set of Justices ustC in inNovember inNovember InNovember
November NovemberThe Novemberrhe NovemberThe
The bill bi calls cll for the election of the Jus Justices JusteO Justicea ¬
tices teO at Largo Lrgo by boroughs Manhattan Mnhattan to tohave tohe tohave
have he 14 Brooklyn Brkly 5 Queens Que 3 Richmond IUchond 2 2and 2and 2and
and The Bronx 1 The To new Justices Justce are to toreceive toreive toreceive
receive reive 7500 76 a year er instead Inste of 6000 0 and andmust andmust andmust
must have been ben lawyers lwyers for ten te years yers in instead instead Instead ¬
stead of five fiveIt fve fveI fiveIt
It I wan Wi said that the UtI bill bl was introduced introducednt ltrucd ltrucdlt
nt lt the request requet of tho Commission Cllon on the theLaws thelws theJAWS
Laws lws Delay Dely There fher are those who seek seekto seekto
to connect connet it with Col Col Abe Grubers Grbers lack lck so of ofmiccess otAUCCe1 ofsuccess
success AUCCe1 In electing eletg Justice Bennett BeneU in the thoTwelfth theTelth theTwelfth
Twelfth Telth district dtrct of Manhattan ManhattanThe Manhlttan ManhlttanThe
The bill bi would ould givo Manhattan Manattn one more moreJustice moreJustico moreJustice
Justice and take takooDfrm one from The Te Bronx BronxMAY Brnx BrnxM4Y BronxAf4Y
MAY KEEP MOLJXEUX RECORDS RECORDSCourt RECORDSCourt RECORDSCourt
Court f Appeal Refuses Rfosrs Ills Ji Application Applicationto
to Have Uav Them Destroyed DestroyedALBANT DetroJrd DetroJrdAUNY DestroyedALBANy
ALBANy AUNY Feb 16 ISTe 16The The Court C of Appeals Appealshas Appl Appealshas
has b decided agaInst taganlt Roland Rlnd B Mollneux Mollneuxin
in his hs action acion to compel the State Stt Super Superintendent Supr SuperIntendent ¬
intendent of Prisons to deliver delver to him the themeasurements thf themeasurements
measurements mtaurement and photographs photogrphs of him himmade himmade himmade
made for the Bertiflon Brion criminal ormnal records recordsbureau rrda rrdabureu recordsbureau
bureau bureu Judge Jidgo Vann who writes the theopinion thf theopinion
opinion oplZlon says sys that Molineuxs Molneuxl only wte recourse recuJ
is to the Legislature Lgllatur and that sometimes
an tht lometme
the t innocent bont must pay for the privilege
mUt p te
ehiJI fJiving in i a country cUtr governed lovr by 171w law v
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BUILDING CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTIONThe 4 4The
The Te Company Cmpy desires to call cl attention attenton to its it facilities facities for confltraot
lag ig large fireproof feproof tfiiildings tfiiildingsIt Iiding coDo
It I has fully ful equipped equipp offices ofcs in many may of the largest cities ctes It I is i abl able r
to concentrate concntrte quickly qucky upon any undertaking udertkig an adequate and ad expert experienced e experteneed ¬
enced enc force forceThe forr forcei
i The Te buildings buidig whch which it has b constructed contruot are evidence evidenc of the character characterof chr chrof
of its It work ana ad and they are ae BO numerous nuerous and ad well wel known kow that hat it is i un unnecessary u unnecessary ¬
necessary necs to enumerate them themmagnitude themTe themThe
Te The Compay Company ha has a large cpitl capital and is one of te the cnttuent constituent corn cornpanics m mpnle
pnle panics of the Unit United Stte States Rely Realty and CODtrucloD Construction Compy whlnh
ha has greater getr facal financial reourcs resources t than ay any other corporation engaged wb In Insimilar
corprton ongm I
sill similar business I It i is therefore prepred prepared to uderake undertake traCn transactiong 01 01magitude ofmagnitude
magnitude magitude and in I proper cases cse to give owners owers financial fnancial assistance assistanceNEW assitac assitacOFFICES assIstanceOFFICES
OFFICES OFFICESBOSTON OFFICESNW OFFICESNEW
NEW NW YORK YOR CITY CITYWASHINGTON CI BOSTON BOSTONPHILADELPHIA CHICAGO CHICAGOPITTSBUBO CHIAGO
WASHINGTON W AmNGTON PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIABALTIMORE PfLADELPHIA BALTIMORE BATMORE PITTSBUBO PITSBUG
YOUNGSTER SET SCHOOL AFIRE AFIRELEWIS AFIRELEWIS AFIRELEWIS
LEWIS LUCIUS SAYS SS HE WANTED WANTEDA
A LONG l NG VACATION VACATIONElevraYearOld l VACATIONElevenYearOld
ElevraYearOld EeNeOd Pupil In P S 94 Locked LockedUp Lcked LckedUpl LockedUpHe
Up Upl UpHe He Lighted L5btrd Piles Pr of Paper Pper When WhenKept ThenKept hen henKept
Kept After Ater Hours IoUsA A Schoolmate SchoolmateTelli SchoolnlateTel SchoolmateTells
Tells Tel of It I and Then Ten He Confesses ConfeiietLewis Conrle ConrleLwis ConfessesLewis
Lewis Lwis Lucius an elevenyearold elevonyerld school schoolboy schoolby schoolboy ¬
boy by of 109 10 West Wet Sixtyfourth Sixtyfouh street stret was wasarrested wasarrested
arrested arreete late lto yesterday yestery afternoon aferoon charged chargedwith chargedwth chargedwith
with wth setting stting fire to Public Pblo School Shool No 94 1 at atSixtyeighth atSixtyeighth
Sixtyeighth street and Amsterdam
Sixyeigth Aterda avenue avenueThe avenueThe avenueThe
The boy by confessed contess his hi guilt guit and declared declaredthat declaredthat
that tht he wanted wante a good long vacation vacton and anddidnt anddIdt anddidnt
didnt dIdt ace oe any other way to get it but to toburn tob toburn
burn b up the schoolhouse schoolous The Th boy by was waslocked waslooked
locked loke up last lt night in the West Wet Sixty Sixtyeighth Sixy Sixyeighth Sixtyeighth
eighth street station staton house houe where he made madehis mde mdehis madehIs
his confession contelon again aglin Later Lilr he was 11 taken takento tken tkento takento
to the Gerry Ger society soety He will wi be b arraigned arraignedthis arralied arraliedthis
this morning in I the Childrens Clrs Court CourtYoung Cut CutYoung CourtYoung
Young Lucius has not borne
bme a good repu reputation reputtion reputation ¬
tation ttion of late lte with his teachers teaher Six weeks weeksago weeksago weeksago
ago Miss Ms Cordelia Crdela Khmer Kler principal of the thePrimary thePrr thePrimary
Primary Prr Department Depment found that that a supply supplyroom supplyroom supplyroom
room had been bn broken into and a number numberof nuber nuberot
of books bok and papers stolen Another Anotherteacher Anotherteacher notherteacher
teacher told tol her that tht she had ha seen sen the Lucius Luciusboy Luciusboy
boy by tearing taring up the books and papers paprs in the theplayground theplygound theplayground
playground plygound and the boy by was wa taxed tae with wih the theact thea theact
act a He acknowledged akowlge tho theft and ad when whenhe whenho whenhe
he promised prome to do better the teachers repri reprimanded reprirnandcd ¬
repr
manded him and gave him hm another chance chanceLast chce chceLet chanceLast
Last Let Wednesday Miss Martha Mrh Hand Hnd his histeacher hi histeacher
teacher teher kept him hi after hours hou The boy
had been playing plylg truant trnt and with several severalof
of his hs follow felow pupils pupis had hd been ben unruly unry during dug
the afternoon afteroon Lewis Lwl after afer his compan companions com comionl companions ¬
ions ionl had been bon allowed al0we to go home was wa left leftalone leftalone
alone alon In the room rom while whie Miss ls Hand went to togossip togossip togossip
gossip with some of the other teachers teachersWhile tmcher teachersWhlie
While Whie the boy was ws alone James Jame J Curt Curtl Curtin Curtinwho In Inwho
who is I employed eploye In the schoolhouse shooloue went wentto wentto wontto
to tho room rom to clean clen up He recognized recognizedLucius recognIzedLucius
Lucius as the boy who had confessed confee to a atheft athett atheft
theft and chased ched nun hi him from frm the room rm When Wen Wenhl
he hl had cleaned clonl it ho went ent to another room roomto rom romto roomto
to continue contiue his hil work workLucius workLucius workLucius
Lucius it is charged charge watched Curt Cin Curtin in
depart depr and ad then went wert back bck to the room
He gathered gther a quantity quantty of paper and andplaced andplacedit placed placedit
it in the waste wate basket bsket under underl Mini Bands Hds
desk dek Then The he put more paper in an In ad ¬
and joining jolnlnl ran ra wardrobe away set se fire lre pper to both bth heaps heapsand heps hepsand heapsarid
Mrs Martha Matha Gallagher Gallgher matron mtrn of the theschool thesol theschool
school sol and nd Cornelius Cornelu Wallace WaUno Wallace teacher teher of ofthe oftho oftbo
the graduation gaduaton class clRS who were we on tho
floor for above abve smelled amoled the smoke Imoke and rushed
down dow stairs stirs They got to the room rshe just as
Curtln Crtn who had also detected dette the smoke smokegot smokegot smokegot
got there The three thre put tho fire lr out with withpails wit withpails
pails pals of water No fire fro alarm alar was w sent in
Young Lucius went back to tho room roomwhen roomwhen roomwhen
when tho excitement was a over and was wasnabbed wasnbbe wasnabbed
nabbed nbbe by Curtin CurtinDid CurtinSay CurtinSay
Say you boyl demanded the later latter
Did you start star that tht fire fre What did you do
it for forwouldnt forI
1 dIdnt do It replied the bay I Iwouldnt I I
wouldnt do it It wouldnt be e right It Itwasnt Itwasnt I
wasnt me meThe meThe meThe
The boy was wal allowed alowed to go and might mightQmMr mght mightDROWNS
1 1BROWNS
BROWNS BroncblaTrobe Bronchial Troches
QmMr JIMP JtaTlof 11 11CUGHS for forCOUGHS
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have escaped eped detection deteton if I he hadnlTUuTa bsddt1
falling ralng out with a companion compaion b Yesterday Y Ymomlng
morning he quarrelled quale with Peter Pee Dyl
8 I years yors old of 317 West Wet Sixtyseventh Sbtyveth D1 street eet
At noon non the Doyle boy told his teacher
Mary Mar J Lynch that Lucius had hi started t tat
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The Te Doyle Doyl boy was 111 taken before tlfore Thin P Thincipal Prinninth
elpal John D Rblnqn Robinson of 1M Wet West Eighty
ninth street strot where he repeated npratc hi hI81 his Elat Elatninth story
Mr Robinson Robinon sent Rnt word to tho West Wet Sixty S SeIghth
eighth street station staton and Detective DteUv Net NO >
geamlth was WI sent snt over to Investigate
When Npegeamith Neggemlth got to ivetigte the te schooUunuw schooUunuwbe sch01 achoolhonsyesterday
yetArdy yesterday utrnoonlr afternoon Mr Robinson hod Miss
H Hand and scnd send LuchtR with another pupil h HI u a aguard
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200 pieces of fine Chlnese PorelaIn Porceigxa abt ui d
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