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out InvritlcallnB unltlatln Pnilal PoitilftttncI Aonndali flenncllll11 flenncllll11AItnd V VAttend
Attend to tile LAW U the Word ordl UJ UJConEreu Ix IxConmru Iet IetConJlCII
Conmru Jo o Home If old fikiI Noldler Noldlern Holdlenant
I n Tnt ant nt Iore Money on y Ill IlUJIvp Give 11 to Them TliemWASHINGTON ThtmWABIJJNOTOH ThemI
I WASHINGTON March M9rthof so 8OCon Conslderntlo Conslderntloof lderatlon lderatlonof
of the Post Onico Appropriation bill wa wabegun wall wallbegun a abegun
begun In the Senate today todayMr todn todnt toclayMr
t Mr Gorman Own fI1I1 Mri kL pointed 1 polntdt > oIntro ou outhat out outI
I t that the bill an a It passed tho House carriothe carriethe carrie arrloothe
the largest l rg t appropriation over mndo ii iithe In InIhe Iithe
the history of o the Government and tha thafter thAL thALatler thaafter
after a few hours consideration e by th thSenate the the6IIDl1t thp
p Senate Committee Commlt It was wa reported to th thSenate Ihe IheIj iiSenate
Ij Senate SenateI
J t I confew he Bald that I havo neve neveknown nlwerknown nveknown
known such haste in the consideration o ouch of ofl ouch
l uch great measure m allurt6 as rum h hoi JI l hocn > oen attemplei attempleithis att atternitethis mted mtedtbls
this session There has ha been a roystcrlou roystcrlouInfluence mslcrlousInftuence my8tcriouJic
ic Influence at work all during this session t thurry to tohurry tf
f hurry through measures ml UlrCII affecting th thPest tho thoPut thPeat
Pest Office Department DepartmentI
I do not charge that tho present prfl nt Post PostmusterGeneral Posti
Y i musterGeneral or any of his assistant assistanthavo IlBsl isLtantil tnntB tnntBhaVII
l have been unfaithful to their th lr trusts but butdo butdo I Id
do d assert aseer that there havo been a laxity o odiscipline of ofdlsclpllno nc
c discipline and a want of good oou adminintra adminintraion adllllniFltratlon adtiiInItration
ion of the he affaire of the Department D Wi Wihave Woha W We
e have ha ve tried to get et at tho facts connected will willthe withi Wit h hI
i I the administration of the Pont office Do Dopartmcnt Dei tiepartinent
i I partmcnt For the first time In tim hlstor hlstorof hl hLtor3 hLtor3of tory toryof
of this body the majority has uu sought t tprevent to toprevent tprevent <
prevent such an Investigation InvestigationMr In vcstlgallonMr
Mr Gorman recited the resolutions offem offemby orcclby
2 by Mr Oarmack and others demanding aj ajinvestigation all allinvestigation axinvetJgatLon
investigation of tim Pest Office Departintn Departintnand
K and and tho action taken by the majority U Uprevent 10 10t tct
t t x prevent their adoption The Republicans Republicanshe HepuhllcunsI
he declared had vigorously fought hii hiiamendment hlRamendment hiamendrnen
t amendment lo Mr Ir 1enrcses IIrI risolutiui rtseluiujrequiring risolutiuirequiring nlJOlutiuJIrequiring
I requiring the ho Committee on Pest Ollicei Olliceiana OlllCPII1nu Oihceanu
ana Pout Roads to invrstigato Iho Ito 1csi 1csiOffice IcSIOffice PcstS
S Office Department and report r pon curly in May MayU Ja Jat
t U Is said continued Mr Gorman lliul lliulfrom IJllltI thltLlzx
zx I l t from some source in the Uovmimont ro roquests roqllst rest
st quests amounting arnoun ling to orders hud goim oul oulthat oult
t that Congress must be disperseu dl ptrINl and il ilappears It Itnppellrs itj
j t appears lo be1 understood that this Con Congress lvllI ¬
i I I gress will surrender lIurr ndor to this hits mysterious mysteriouspower mbterlouso mbterlouspower mybterioupower
o power Never until now has the Republi Republican ¬
jiL can party in Cungrrcs C Cngr < ngrrFII surrendered to o opower a aJlower
1 power in some other part of the Govern Government Goernmlnt Governt ¬
meat Hut the time has now no been reached reachedwtun reMhtI reachedk
t k I f wtun Ofl honesty honeit Is preached when the purityI3c purity purltrt
I3c t 1 of Jr th the service is harped upon yet the lie silence silenceit
i j it a like n fcg when a request r quest is made foi foiInformation rorInlornlatlon or orintorniatlon
Information InformationA InlornlatlonAJ
A portion ortion of the people peoplelIald caid nid Mr Gorman GormanU Gorrnn9a
9a U AJ dissatisfied Il atitltled with tho present form olGovernment of offt ofGovernment
ft Government and wants power concentrated concentratedin
t9 iff in the hands of one man like n czarr czar czarHavent
r 1 Havent we reached the point when another anotherbranch anal anotherr her herbranch
r branch of tho Government has hll taken the thepower theJ thepower
J power Men who have a high opinion of oftheir oftheir
1 their own abilities and distrust the ho ability abilityof abl11t abl11tof
of others believe In the centralization entrnIl7at Ion of ofpower ofIi ofI
I Ii power If a law cf Congress does not notcult notf notcult
f cult the Executive chango it If agreat a agreat nr
r 1 great body of men knock at the thedoor theI thedoor
I door of Congress for an increase of ofbounty off
f 1 I 1 bounty tell them them It is not necessary n ceS8nrv to ask askCongreea askCongrtJfJ8 akCongreee
Congreea An executive exCutl ve order will do it itFrom iIIi itFrom
Ii From 5000000 IS000O to 15000000 per annum annumIs
I J Is isaddedtotbeexpendilurCtloftJleGOern isaddedtotbeexpendilurCtloftJleGOernt added to the expenditures of the Govern Government Governnient ¬
t I ment I do not criticise the amount butCongree but butCongreea buLit
it Congreea is overrun Will WU1l Congress ngre6f submit submitand submlLp 8ubmltand
recording body That Thati
and become a mere
p 18 all we are Yet i In j ii the words r at A the Sean Senator Seant r rtor
L t tor from Vermont and others we must mustadjourn mustt mustadjourn
t adjourn There Is nothing to do but to towrite towrite towra
write across the recommendations from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the President TVo approve and golIcmQ go goJicmo
1 f Jicmo JicmoA acmQ acmQn
I A new light lI ht has dawned to the west of atthe ofthe
the 1 rnnUAl Capltol < IU TMI altend t ni to Limo 1 law I Is a the theword theword U Uword
word let Congress go home Ill give the theold thet theI
I old soldiers more money Ill amend the thoInterstate IholntersLate
1 Interstate Commerce Commereeact act and permit com commerce commerce ¬
1 t merce to flow across the borders It mayI may maybe mnvbe
I be that this conduct may ma pass during this thisyear thfsyear thisi
i year It may be that we can condone the thomany Ihenany thektt
ktt nany things that hae occurred for the thetime thei
i time being But I believe that the Re Republican Repubhican ¬
1 1 publican party If it remains reml nsln in power will willstay willatay
0 stay this thing that it will by taking action actionthat a acttozithat toll tollthat
that cannot be Ignored make it Impossibleduring impossible impossibleduring Impoeslbloduring
during the next four years Iara to usurp tho thonowers thonowers thei
i nowers of Congress The Senators and andMsmbers IIndIhmbers andMembers
Members of Congress hero are as IL a honest honestas hone t tAS
as anv President Nobody questions th thPresidents thPrlsidentll the thePresidents
f < Presidents honesty honest His judgment aiid aiidconduct widconduct tu4dc
c conduct of affairs are are open to criticism and nndno andno lndi
i no matter how often ho proclaims his su soj superior sui ¬
j t perlor honesty honeet I doubt it so long as he ro rofuses rlo rlofURe3 reJ
J i fuses to open opentho the books and allow us to In Inspect Inrr Inectthe ¬
rr I root ectthe the expenditures of the Govornmcit GovornmcitNo
tit f No o honest man ought to want to close the thebooks thei thec
c i books Let us open the books Give us usn URn usa
n fair opportunity to look at them If Ifthere IfI Ift
t there Is further corruption them let therascals the therascals theY
I Y rascals be exposed nnd kicked from tho thopublic thopuhllc theit
it public trlIOO crvico crvicoMr ervicoi
i j Mr Penropo Rep Pa replied that tho thoresolution theh1
1 h1 1 I resolution of Investigation ine tI otion offered by him himhad himtiNY himhad
11 had been n Intended Intend 1 < 1 to forestall fOr < IIUlll and render renderimnerweary render11nnecwllnry renlert
tiNY t imnerweary rhetorical political pyrotech pyrotechnics pyrot6 pyrotochr < h hI ¬
r I nice Indulged In by the other pfdo ido He Hedenied HerJetlled Hec
c denied that there had bren en anv undue unduehaste unduetv
I tv 1 haste In presenting the Post Office Ap Appronrlatlon Apnf Appronriatlon
½ nf pronrlatlon bill billMr billMr
1 Mr Lodge defended the committee It Ithad Itl1ad Itd
d had dono everything eenthln in Its rower to got gotthe JltI getthe
t i the bill out and advance nn early adjourn adjournment ndjournmellt adjournnlent ¬
ment The party In power nnd respon responsible respont ¬
t J sible Ible for the public hln mipinws fI had decided decidedfo decld decldl
I l to adjourn early carl if possible No InEtruc instructions InEtrucp inetruc4l ¬
4l p ions had been b n received from any quarter quarterfo quarlerfJi
fJi fo o far aa he knew knewMr l knewMr < new newMJ
MJ Mr Clav Dem Demt On Gat declared that an anment nnjifJ aninsstlgation
jifJ In1Mtigation of tne the PORt Office Depart Departs
s j i mont m nt was imperative and mentioned inI ini In Inparticular
i particular the cape of Perry S Heatht heathwho Heath Heathwho
I t who ho Bristow Conrncland Conrad and Bonaparte and I1n1pven andeven andeven
even the President hlmpelf had declaredt declared declaredrhould
t I f t > S rhould be Imeatl Investigated ated No further InI inatihiy In Inonlry
x onlry Into his case had been made however howeverHe bowOeri
I i He alto quoted from the Bristow reporti1 report reportto
i1 l to show there wore irregularities in thejc the thoPOIIt thePost
jc < Post om Office Department which should beInQuired bed be beInquired
d Inquired IntoWithout IntoWithout Into IntoWithout
Without disposing of the bill theSenato theSenatoat the Senate Senateat
a at 610 adjourned until tomomrowk tomorrow tomorrowFOR
J I IFOR
FOR NEW1OS7 YEIK EJV 1OST OFFICE OFFICEProvtilon OFFIOEPr01tllon OFFICEProvision
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Provision for Pnrelmlnu Pennsylvania PennhanllSSUe PenniylvmmniaSite PennsylvaniaSite
Site In Inserted erted b by Senate JInte CommitteeWABUINQTON CoflIiiltteeWA8IJiNaTot Committee CommitteeWXsuiNOTON
WXsuiNOTON March 3OThe 30 The provisionInserl provisionInserted provision provisionInserted
Inserted Inserl < < lln In the Post Office Appropriation bill hillby billbV billby
by the Senate committee for the purchase purchaseof
of f tho Pennsylvania station site for a newpoIIt newt new newpost
t post oKoe for Now York city instead ofleMlnS ofleasing of ofleasing
leasing a building on that site reads as foiI follows fol follows ¬
lowsLi lows
Li I lowsFor For the acquisition of n sloo IU for a post postwar P08tl potI
I l oJ1ce bulldlnltt n the cilY tty ot NewThrk ewYorkIiStatn State or orNew ofL
L New ew Yorkl York situated within the block bouniiemi bouniiemiby oundpd oundpdby
by Ellhth 111111 Thlrtnret streot streotThirtythird str ct ctThIrtythird
ThIrtythird street trl t and a private street or orway
1 war to be tl opened o nod for tho use of tho Govern OovcrnNew Government Oovornmeat
meat parallel with Eighth avenue and Un Unrt emrest
rt westward therefrom such a tt te > to he heaubJent heubjeot
aubJent to the right oC the Pennshftnla PennshftnlaNew
New ew York and Lone Inland Railroad Coma Corn CornPIU1 CornpaJ1v
PIU1 to use for platform and trackalfo undoor undoora
I a plane 20 feet below the curb line of tho nd adjolnina ndnot ndJolnln
Jolnln < < streets provIded thAt such use 10 10not dom domr
r not interfere Interfere with the erection of supports supportsnecessary 8upportlnC aupportsnecessary <
nC necessary 8 ry In the construction of n RiilMblo RiilMblopoet Rult1blopoet auittblef
f poet office bulldlne but such appropriation appropriationtall pproprltlonhall
tall not become available until the said site sitefor siterot It Itror
for post office building hlllldl I 18 acquired nnd tho thoPontmasterOonernl thoPostmllll theostmaaurOonernl
PontmasterOonernl Postmllll rOenprnl shall have hft VI certified to tothe tothe toA
A the BecreUrr of the Treasury that the terms termsand termlland
and conditions of such purchase meet with withhis withhll withhi
4 his hi Approval tooo0K tooo0KThe 000010 000010The OOO OOOThe
The House provision proL lon for leasing for forrental fortwentyftve forS
S twentyftve years nll a branch post office at atthe atthe
the New York Central terminal at atan an annual annualrental annualrental
rental of JOOOO was retained In the bill billPetmm billPenna billPenni
Petmm R n and the be New w Post Office OfficeA
A committee of the Merchants Associa Association AS8OClatlon Assoclathen ¬
then interviewed Fourth VicePresident VicePresidentRhea VIo rmjjden rmjjdenk
k d Rhea of the Pennsylvania Pcnnllylv J1n Railroad yester yesterday ¬
r 1 day with a view to finding find lag out If the Penn Pennsylvania Pennj ¬
j 1 sylvania will sell ell a section of Its under underground underground underground ¬
ground terminal site to the Government Governmentfor
for a Post Office OfficelOCllllonat locution at the cost of the thereal Ihoreal theI
I real estate plus interest Intcf t since its acqulrn acqulrnm aCCJulrnment aorpilrS
S m meat nt The question will be referred referr d to toPresident toPresident toPresident
President Cossatt CossattTftw CwIattJfw CasaattVew
Tftw Postmasters AppointedABftfliOoN Appointed AppointedWASHINGTON Appointedl
l WASHINGTON ABftfliOoN March SO BOThe The President PresidentMM Preeldentnt Presidentaent
MM nt to the Senate today the following followingnominations followingnominaUona followingnoyalnattona
nominations nominationsPo noyalnattonaPostmastersNew
Po I PostmastersNew ItmAilenN tm t r Nfw York Richard H Mcln Mcliire
tjrre tyra re at Saranio hake JVtinnrlvniiln hurry hurryLt
Lt B 1UJ l44PIIOFmpiab Ibt Ora IPIaD Charles A 1 ttlrarssor rat180r
a II lnI urer
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It Admit Some or jj the Clmnje Made nn nnKxplslns Dnd Dndplllni anlxplaun
Kxplslns plllni CUllen CUllenW OtherSANht1NOTON IthrnWAHHINOTON
WAHHINOTON W AHII1HOTOH March 30Tho reply c ctlio of ofthe o otime
the American National nod Cross to th throraon tho thoromoMtrnnco thremonstrance
remonstrance roraon trnncj of Don John M Wilson nn antwentyone nntwnntyono and andtentyono
twnntyono other oth r suspended members wn wndelivered wedellvorod 101 101de
delivered de lvered to Senator Proctor today It I Isigned III IIIIIlgmcI I Ialgmt
signed by Joseph JO fIh Htioldon Thomas 1 1Hopkirw n nfopklrllt IIhlopkunui
Hopkirw and h I A HtobblrtH nttorneyiand nttorneyi attornesand attonneytanti
and declare that there In an awful con corsplraoy conHplraoy conucplraoy
splraoy against MIsH Clara nrl1 Barton In dli disotissung dlioiiHuing dlsoUlllllng
oiiHuing thin pliiiHo of o the t hc lied Cross ross ncandi ncandithe I4candalthe mmcandxtho
the reply wtyH wtyHCould MYKCoulll anysCotihmi
Could humun IUflhsun Ingenuity clnvlco c11I o a greate greaterefinement greaterrofinernlnL greateroilnemnent
refinement of combinivl co rnlJ I 1Ill1 Ingratitude IrJiiHticu In InjURtiCII Injustice
justice and cruelty than this consplrac consplracto
to rule or ruin backed IJ ckPd an it Is by unlimited willroltemeana unlimitedmeanH iiniimitcmeans
means mind most Influential friends un urconsoiotiH unCOnQOUK Unconscious
conscious of the true motlvM of the con conspirutorH consplrulom on onspiratorM
spirutorH who base been able oven t trojtch to toroach troach
roach und to some extent poison the mm mmof mind mindof miniof
of our utmost upright and honored Irenulcn Irenulcnof lrlfldentot
of tIm Initod 11111 < 1 StatM StatMIt tJtatelIt htatisfIt
It la II admitted that moneys contributed contrlbuteito
to tho Itod Cross were nomollmPH diverted dlvcrteito divertedto
to wes other than those for which the con contribmioiw contrlbutlol1l contnibutions
tribmioiw wens mode and cite as an in inHtanoo InHlIlooo instanue
Htanoo that the ho relief Intended for Ctibai CtibaireconcentrndoH Ctibaireconcontrados
reconcentrndoH was IIS used for or American Amerlcaifoldiorn AmericanoldierH Americaioldiers I
foldiorn and In giving food to the men ii iitlio In Intho iithe
the Held for tho tiHMntitn the Itougl ItouglItldcrH ltoughltldortl Itougthliders
ItldcrH whoso gallant leader was eve evemindful eer eermindful gtemindful
mindful of their welfare welfareIt WII rare rareIt
It is admitted that money contribute contributefor eontribuledror
for relief work did not all K KO ° through th thhand fbi thohanda fbihnnthm
hand of tho Il Itld l CTOSH treasurer and the thomost thnt thntI1ost theiOSt
most iOSt of it wall received T1l hl < t and distributed b bMiss hy hyMiss bjMiss
Miss IJarton In tho ho field but It is uxplalnei uxplalneithat txpil1lnedthut explolnemtlmut
that this was necessary to quick and efficient efttclendistribution efficientdilltrioution efhlelendistribution
distribution of relief reLl f and that Miss Barton Bartoialways Bartonnlllny Barteralways
always receipted to tho contributors fo fowhat for forwhal foiwhat
what they tho gave KIIVOIt IueIt gaveIt
It is also alt > admitted that It was not at al altimes all alltlmo altItmiui
times practicable to hoop accounts of the thedHburaorncnt thedRuurlloll1enL thc1sburaemnunt
dHburaorncnt of funcU though carofu carofurecordu CIIrefulrordM carefurecords
records wero kept of the receipts In semi eomicases semicases omeCIIHe8
cases complete records of both recolpti recolptiand roceiptannd receiptuarid
and dlflhuTS disbursement < JmentH woro kept n IUI for In Instance InIJtanCl in inuit4inct
stance In tho Armenian relief work aid i iIH It ItII 11
IH II declared to be the wish of the society socletjto
to submit its books relating to this work workTwo worklwo
Two of tho most important features o otho ot ottho oltho
tho reply are those relating to the collection colloctloiof
of funds in New York by Amos T 1 1 Atwol Atwolin Atwellin
in IWXl and the collection of money In Now NoviYork NowYork IonYork
York by W V W V Howard for Galvcston ro roUef relief nohot
hot UefTho TIm remonstrants charged char ed thnt Atwel Atwelhad Atvellhad Atwellhail
had retained the money collected by him himThe himThe him himTIme
The Hcd Cross explains that it entered Into InUa Intoa
a contract with Atwell to collect funds fundiand fundsImd fundmiflid
and that lie had collected SI655 516551 when Ellor Ellorbiieiiror JoJlenipelllor hJlonSiezor
biieiiror MuEseyjiow Mussey now a suspended member memberborame memberbo memberbeanie
beanie bo ame counsellor countel counsellor or of tho society and re repudiated repudiated repudlated ¬
pudiated the Atwell contract Atwell then therthreatened thenthrenlt thentlireahtied
threatened threnlt > noo to sue tho society for or injuring injuringhis Injuringhll Injuringhis
his reputation Minn JlR8 Clnra Barton had tconference a aonferlurn t econferemice
conference with Atwell and the result ol olmich of ofHuch ofsuch
such conference M says RB 8 the reply was ar aragreement IInlIrCt1monL anmigreemeimt
agreement that Atwell should retain the theentire thoell theentire
entire ell tire sum that had been collected colloo e < 1 by him himand himand himand
and that in addition thereof the president presidentshould presidentIIhould presidentshould
should pay him out of her h r own private privatemeans privatemolnll privatemeans
means the sum of 1000 This agree agreement agreement agreemont ¬
ment it is said was approved by Miss MissMiisaey MlSJIIIlqel MissMiisse
Miisaey IIIlqel and the binrd of osntrol osntrolThe oJnlrolThoned ofltrolThe
The Thoned lied Cross admits having authorized authorizeda
a committee consisting conslstln of W V W Howard HowardSamuel HowardSamull HowardSamuel
Samuel Janis and Walter P Phillips to tcraise toralso toraise
raise funds for Galveston and it is II said saidHoward MidHowarrlileimitted saIdhoward
Howard Howarrlileimitted admitted that he collected < l in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York in the name of tho Ked Cross 12000 112000It 12000It 12000It
It is also admitted that Howard novel novelturned neverturned noverturned
turned over any such money to this re respondent repolldent respoiident ¬
spondent hut the respondent expressly expresslydenies expresllydenlell expresslydenies
denies that a report was WI not made to tide tidesociety thisIoclety Id Idsociety
society of such collections but on the thecontrary thecOlltrory thecontrary
contrary avers that a report was made madewhich mndowhich madewhich
which was laid before the board of control controland controland controland
and fully full considered cOI1 lderDd by b it itDenial HI itIenial
Denial I > enlal is made that Jarvis or Phillips Phillipsollected Phillipsollooled Phillipscollected
collected any nil of the money or received any anyif anyof anyof
of if it and tho responsibility of not proceedlag proceed proceeang proceeding
lag ng against Howard to obtain obtl n an accounting accountingifter accountlnafter accountingafter
after the th offices wero closed by authority authorityof
of if the Ked Cross rose Is placed upon throe of ofha ofthe ofthe
the ha remonstrants who the reply says saysore 8I11Sare saysare
are alone responsible if there has been any anyimission anyomlaslon anyomission
omission to tako proper steps stepstRACKETT stepsBRACKETT stepsIJIfACKETT
tRACKETT TTVS 15 IN THE SENATE SENATEretires SENATESecurea SENATEecurca
Securea retires Enough Votes otel to Report HU Jodie JodiePension dndlrllen510n JadsesPension
Pension Dill III1IALBANY DillALBANY BillAtnwy
ALBANY March 30 3OTbero Thoro was a passage passagif pusngeor
or f arms in in the Senate today in which Senaor Sena Senaor 8 < na nator
tor or Edgar T I Brackett of Saratoga scored scoredi scoredpoint
a i point pon over Messrs flames and Malby lI1alb the theRepublican theRepublican theRepublican
Republican loaders Brackett Is one of tho thoeadtng theleading thoLeading
leading advocates of the passage by the thoionato theSInate the3onato
ionato ofa bill pensioning Court of Appeals Appealsfudges Appealshuclges I IJudges
fudges and Supreme SupremoCourtJustlcea Court CourtJUlItlees Justices Haines Kainesrnd Hainesand htathesmad
and Malby lInlb are trying to defeat the measure measureDespite measureDespite measureDespite
Despite their opposition Brackett obtained obtainedinough obtainedIlough obtainedmough
inough Republican votes added to the theDemocrat theDemooratlo theDemnooratio
Democrat io support to secure a I recess of ofjio ofthe oftime
the Senate and enable the Judiciary Com Comnittee Commlltee Cornraittee
nittee to meet and report rcporthls his bill blUravorablf blUravorablfA favorably favorablyA
A judges pension bill introduced by byAssemblyman byAffemblnBn byAssemblyman
Assemblyman Finch inch had passed the As Aslembly AfIse Astembly
se lembly bl1 but a caucus of Republican Senators SenatorsleciUod Senalorsdeclc100 Senatorsieciaod
leciUod ieciaod thai it should not pass tho Senate SenateSenator IenateSeuator SenateSenator
Senator Braokctt thereupon introduced Introduceda
a i new judges pension bill asserting that thathe thatthe thatthe
the he action of o the Republican caucus on the thefinch tbeInch theFinch
finch bill would not apply to his bill as it itlad Ithad ithad
had provisions proL ion different Irom those of the thoFinch theFinch theFinch
Finch measure Tho Brackott bill was wasefeiTcd wn wnrefeiml i irofelT1
efeiTcd to tho Judiciary Committee CommitteeThis CommitteeThis Committee1liix
This committee held a meeting mC < ting this morn mornng mornIng mornIng
Ing ng io to take action on the bill SenatorsUmachett Senators Senatorsirafkott SenatorsUrarltJlt
irafkott Hill and Davis < Republicans Republicansoted nepubltcanIJvoted Itepubitcangvoted
voted with tIme Democrats to report it favor favoriblv favorimbiv I Iabl
abl iblv But n majority of the members of ofJio oftho ofthe
the committee could coul not be secured for the thoill thebill timebill
bill ill owing to the absence of some of the theDemocratic ilieDemocratlo thoDemocratic
Democratic Senators SenatorsAfter SenatorsAlter > nalol1l nalol1lAfter
After the Senate met Brackett moved movedhat movedthat movedthat
that a ten minute recess bo taken BO that thatJio thattho thatthe
the Judiciary Committee could meet with withill wliliall withiull
ill tho members present to tako action on onho ontho onthe
the ho bill billSenators billSenalom billSenators
Senators Malby and mines declared declaredhat dednredIllnL declareddint
hat this would bo an unusual proceeding proceedingAfter proceedingACtor proceedingAfter
After a heated discussion dL cUI6lon tho motion to toako totnlto toLako
ako a recess rec was carried by a vote of otto 24 24o 4 4to
to o 19 Ph eight Republicans Hepublk IJI Ambler Barnes BarnesSrnckett BarnesBrackett Barnesl3rnckett
Srnckett Davis Gates Ooodsell Hill and andLiIJommediou andIJIJommedleu and14Ilommediouvoting
LiIJommediou 14Ilommediouvoting voting with lIh sixteen Demo Democrats Democrats Democrate ¬
crats In the affirmative affirmativeTho affimlatleTho amrrnativeTim
Tho Senate then took a recess and the thofudiclnry theJudiclnr theJudiciary
Judiclnr Judiciary Committee met aU the membersbeing members membersoing momblmbolng
bolng being > present and decided to report tim thoCrockett timDrackelL tImhlraekett
Crockett bill favorably Messrs Brackett BrackettIlll BrackeltHill
Hill Illl and Davis Republicans favoring such sucheport suchreport suchreport
report reportWhen
When the Senate convened after the recess recessSenator recellllAenator recessRenator
Senator Malby moved a clcso call of the theJenato IheSennlo timelenato
Jenato before Brackett could submit the thoeport timreportof I IroporLof
roporLof eport of tho Judiciary Committee on tho thoicnuion thopenllon thepension
penllon pension bill This Ihl was wa ordered and there therensued therenRued therernmed
nsued a parliamentary battle between betweenSenators betwlenSenntol betweensenators
Senators Malby Ialb and Itainea on tho one side sideind sideand sideand
and Senators Brackett and Grady on the thoither tJmI tJmother thethor I
other oh the question of receiving the re retort reporL tonrt ¬
porL tort Lleuttiov Higgins finally decidedthat decided decidedhat decidedthnt
hat the rerort should fJhouldlie bo received and tho thoall thocall thea1l
call all was suspended and the bill referred referredo
to o committee of tho tJlfnvhole tJlfnvholeOn whole wholeOn
On tho ground that the bill provided for forState fora forStato
a State expenditure Senator Malby moved movedhat movdthat movedLhat
hat It ho referred to tim Finance Com Comnitteo Committee Centrnittno
nitteo for further consideration This Thisras Thiwas ThisWas
was defeated by a vote oto of ayes 21 noes 23 23senator 23Sonator 233enator
senator Eisberg at first voted oloo against refer refering referrln referring
rln ring the bill to the Flnanco Committee but butwhen butwhen butwhen
when ho paw that Senator Brackett had hadenough hadenough hadtnough
enough votes without him he withdrew withdrewds
hili ds vote ot BO that it could not be said he had hadjolted badbolted liedlioltod
jolted the caucus canonsWAS caucusWAS caucusWAS
WAS JOHN ir 11 COES SON SONliters 50 50Letters soxtettcrs
Letters liters Found In the Hoonu of John N NCor NCot NCoe
Cot < In San Francisco Prove Identity IdentitySAN JlIlntlhS4N IdentitySan
SAN FRANCISCO March 30 30Iet lotUirs Jm dis disoverexl dllloovere disovered
oovere overexl < llnlho In the room of John H Coo who was wasound wa wafound wastound
found dead d deadatthehottom ad at the bottom of a afhlghtof flight of stairs stairsicro stairshere talrsbere
here icro on Saturday show that Ills J father fatherras fattierivas
W ras R the late John W Coe formerly state Statotonator SLBtoJI1alor state3itnator
tonator from Brooklyn The Coroner is ismdpclded IIIundcleipei isLundpcidCd
mdpclded whether Coo committed suicide suicider
or > r was ns killed by drugged liquor In which whichnuriatto whichmuriatlo whichmuriatto
nuriatto acid was mixed mixedAn mixedAn mixedAn
An analysis of the stomach showed that thatle
he le died of acid poisoning poisoningArmy po3onlnjtArm poisoningArmy
Army Arm and X Su Jasy vy Onle Orders OnltrtV OrdersWsflxxOtOmt n nWjumiKdiox
WjumiKdiox V March StThes These navy orders orderswtn orderlwere orderswere
were Iwund Iu d tocUr tocUrCommander 10dAYCJommMder todarOommander
Commander J 1 C Vtlnon from trncrU reDer hospital
Hot Springs and wait order orderporamandtr Crd erdeiiinimaac1er r rComD111der
poramandtr ComD111der a U L Urn from command ot the
Mlianv Iban In Guam uftm M a Rovtmor RovtmorUrut kwtrnorLiect oOVtmor oOVtmortut
Urut W o 1 hoper from the Gloucester to tolOtne totome
bome tome and w wait all H ordrrUviit orders ordraJIut ordershieui
Uviit IFHutrMMB I from th the Mohlru to mon5va mon5vatOi4isi naval navalio
bOIIItt io < > ul Uare Mar IUnd fur tlf trralmcnl tt tncatmeuiAcihif lmeot
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trom romn Newpo It I tlJ 1llda tidwy 1I111ds 1I111dsI
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FINAL ADJOURNMENT APRIL APRILt6 APRILt68ElATE 1 1BEN 1SEIATE
BEN 8ElATE ATE WILL WILIADOPT ADOPT DATE ttXE ttXEttV FIXLJIll IXED IXEDDI
Ill THE ASSEMIILY ASSEMIILYThe ASSEII JiLT JiLTThe
The Ttilnl Home Bh Shapin plnC I tlllatlonI tlllatlon iliUtlo iliUtloat
at I Ncvrr IlcforcSfntto nrfore fnate Pa Ialn M W Yater YaterHtorlo YatcStorage l lNtoriRo <
Storage Mill and the t he llllt for a Ho Hoof nail nailof Ilaof
of Agriculture at t Cornell Unlvcrlt UnlvcrltALHANT VnlnraltyALnAHT UnltcraltALUANT
ALHANT March 30The Sonata Flnan FlnanCommltteo Jolnnnce JolnnnceCommltteo FintLncCommittee <
Commltteo decided tonight to nppro npprotho approve approvetho apprOthe
tho Assembly concurrent resolution provle provleing proldIn proviclag
lag In for or the final adjournment of the togli toglilaturo JAJpislaluro Lsighlatmiro
laturo at 1 oclock on Friday oftornooi oftornooiApril nItornoonApril aItorflOOTApril
April 15 This resolutIon will l be > e adopts adoptefonnaUy adopted adoptedfonnnUy adoptsformally
fonnaUy by the Senate tomorrow Lai Laiyear LalIt LalItear Layear
year ear tho Legislature adjourned adJournedon on April 2 2This 28 28Thla 21 21This
This year It could jaM as well have adjourned ndjournea adjourneda
a month earlier than Is I contemplated contemplatednothing IUI IUInothing ii iinothing
nothing of moment In the Interests Intere tll of tli tlipeople the thepeople thpeople
people of the State has or will be acconr acconrplluhed accomplished aecortphiahed
plluhed at this session sessionOf
Of course about a dozen boodle bill billwhich bills billswhich billwhich
which have been lying dormant In th thcommittees the theoommilleell Lbcommittees
committees for weeks will be brought ot otand out outand onand
and passed during the last dayo of th thsession the the501810n thsession
session Those Thc e measures will be decided decidedagainst decidedly decidedagainst
against 1 nlnst tho Interests of the people but thewill the thewill they theywl11
will do much toward enhancing the ban banaccounts bank banknccolmts baniaecoiint
accounts of those members of the LegU LegUlaturo Loglslature Legislaturo
laturo who are commercially Inclined Incllnecand Inclinedand inclinedand
and thoro are not a few of them themThis themJ themIhiis
This J bls Legislature will go down Into We Wetory hJstory history
tory as having accomplished nothlni nothlnithat notblngthat nothinithat
that did not tend to strengthen the Odol OdolStato CdellStato OdelState
Stato political machine or to add to th threvenues the therevenues thirevenues
revenues of the band of political grafter grafterthat grafterllthat grafterthat
that surrounds him In fact act the thinbouse thin thirdhouse thinhome
house as the lobby end of tho logislntiv logislntivbranch leglsJolIvebronoh legislativibranch
branch of the State Government Is termed termedwhich tennedwhich termedwhich
which Is dominated by the most exalted exaltepublic exaltedpubllo exaltecpublic
public official in the State has had more raorto moreto monto
to do in shaping the legislation of th thpresent the thepresent thipresent
present session such as It is than has eve evebeen everbaen eweboon
been witnessed within tho memory of th tholdest lhe lheoldest thioldest
oldest attach of the lobby Probably Probabljit
it Is because of the community of interes intereswhich InttrcstwhJch intereswhich
which certain high officials of the Ansembl Ansemblhave ASBemblyhave Assemblhave
have toward measures which the member memberof membersof
of the third house are interested Interesl < < l in tha thathe thntthe thathe
the Assembly floor during this session ha hanever hlUl hlUlnever Ixiunever
never been so overrun with lobbyists lobbyistsAfter lobbyistlAfter lobbyistsAlter
After tho longest debate of the session sessionthe 6eB sessionthe lon lonthe
the Assembly today t < by a vote of 83 to topMBld 44 44ting 44parsed < <
parsed the bill appropriating ting 250000 with wlfof withwhich witiwhIch
which to cllLabllsb ahnIJ a hail of agriculture a aCornell at atCornell at atCornell
Cornell University Mr Palmer the ml mlnority minorl mlnority
nority norl leader said that he was W 8 tired o oafter of of6eelng 01 01seeing
seeing Cornell Corne coming to the Legislature Legislatureafler Legislaturuafter
after appropriations while tho other unl unlversitieH unlwnlitiell unhvenimities
versitieH of tho State received nothing notliingThe noU nothingThe ng ngThe
The Senate Finance Committee decided decldectoday decidedtodAy decidedtodAy
today to report favorably tomorrow thStewart th the theStewart thcStewart <
Stewart bill Tho Assembly bill however howeverwill howeerIll howevervlll
will Ill be substituted for It and passed it inthat itthat In Inthat
that branch of tho Legislature Leg l4ture The bill U Ubeing Is Isbeing ixbeing
being shoved through at the order of Gov Govdefending GovOdell GovOdell
Odell to reward President Schurman for fordofendlng fomdefending
defending tho Governors educational uni uniDeal unification unifleation
Deal fication ion law lawAssemblyman lawA8semblrmnn lawAssemblyman
Assemblyman Hemscns East River Ga GaCompany GII8Company GaxCompany
Company Astoria plant bill was reportedfavorably reported reporteifavorably reportedfavorably
favorably In the Senate today as was also alwSenator al80Sonator alsoSenator
Senator Fitzgeralds bill regulating the ttoprice theprice he heprice
price to be charged by electric power corn cornpa compaT comrnpanics
pa paT panics panicsThe nits nitsThe ell ellfbe
The Assembly Taxation Committee reported re rloported reported
ported favorably the bill restoring to the thiWestern tbe tbeWestern theWestern
Western Union company the taxes taxMlUegalJy taxMlUegalJycollected illegal illegalcollected illegallycollected
collected from the company in lSl lSlamounting 1S81amounting iSSiamounting
amounting to 200000 5200000One 200000Ono 200000One
One of the biggest scandals of the Ian Iansession Jalltsosslon lastsession
session resulted from the efforts made madion madeon madeon
on the floor tloorof of tho Senate to pass the Adiron Adirondack Adlrondnolc Adirondaolc
dack Water Storage bill which is in the thiinterest theinterest theinterest
interest of lumber men and corporation corporallonswhich corporationwhich corporoUonswl
which wl ch desire to utilize the water storage storagidams slorogednms storagedams
dams to generate electric power Toda Todathis Today Todaythis fodaythl6
this bill which was W 8 introduced by Senator SenatoiLewis SenntorLewll SenatorLewis
Lewis passed the Senate byavoteof28toH byavoteof28toHwith by a vote of 28 to H Hwith 14with
with hardly a ripple of opposition op sitlon Iifact Ii In InfaeL Infact
fact tbo only man who had the courage couragiopenly courageopenly courageopenly
openly uly to oppose oppo oppoton the measure was Senate SenatorBurton SenateM 8eDl1LorDurton
Burton ton of M IJrc Brooklyn r I 1 t but t tuly the ways were werihod weregreased weregreased
greased and even It every ono of the four fourteen fourteen
teen Senators who voted against the bill billhad billhad
had kept the Senate for hours pointing ou outho out outtho outthe
tho viciousness of the bill the result wouhhave would wouldhave wouldhave
have been Just the same sameThe sameTIle sameThe
The Senate today passed one of the theGreen theGreen theGreen
Green bills favored by the New York Tax TaxReform TaxItcrorm Taxiteform
Reform Association which changes the themethod themethod themethod
method of taxing the capital stock of do domestic domestlo domnestio ¬
mestic corporations A companion bill billIs billwhich billwhich
which was beaten In the Senate last week weekIs
Is to be resuscitated and passed passedSenator pIISCd8cmitor passedSenator
Senator Frawley introduced a bill which whichwou whichWM whichwait
wait advanced to a a third reading authoriz authorizing authorizIng authorlzing ¬
ing tho Police Commissioner COlJlIl S6loner to reward the thefamily theflUui1y thefarmmily
family of a policeman who meets death deathin
in tho discharge of his duty by paying the thefamily thefamily thefatally
family a pension of 1600 160 800 At present prnt the theCommissioner theCmmL theCommlsaionor
Commissioner CmmL < loncr Is restricted rtrietod to S 300 a year yearTho ye yearIho
The Finance Committee today reportedfavorably reported reportedfavorably reportedfaorably
favorably an appropriation of 250000 250 to tocontinue tocontinue tocontinue
continue the purchase of State lands lanes In Intho Intho inthe
tho Adirondack Adlrond k and Catskill Cntkl State park parkSenator pnk parksSenator
Senator Snntor Dowllng Dowlng today at the th request requestof
of the New York city authorities autborlte intro introeU Intro introduced
duced te a bi bill providing that If a polcema policeman policemangets
gets eU Into trouble In I the discharge dlharge of his hisduties hlfluties hi
duties get and legal lesal steps sters follow folow an Assistant AssistantCorporation Aistt AisttCorporotion AssistantCorporatIon
Corporation Counsel CUe can Cn be assigned ligne to todefend todefend todefend
defend him himThe himTlo himmiThe
The Silver Lake Park Pak Commission Commllon which whichhM whichbaa
hM 100 Tlo charge Sivr of the new prk park in i Richmond Richmondborough lchmond lchmondborugh Richmondborough
te
borugh borough Is 1 not to be abolished abolihed as ma Tammany Tammanyeported Taany Taanythought Tarnnmanythought
thought The Senato Snto Cities Clli Committee Committeereported Commltlu Commltlurlporte
reported today Assemblyman AmblIan Cookss bill billiroviding bi billproviding
rlporte providing for an appropriation approprition of 10000 10000or 200000for 200000 200000or
rrovldlng for or the commission Ion to complete the work workrammany worl wormTammany
Tammany comme had h a bill introduced which whichloused whichpl whichpassed
loused the be Senate Sente abolishing ablihing the te conunis conunislon cnnls cnnlsslon coonnission
slon pl lon and te giving the New York city cty Park ParkThe ParkCommLoloner ParkCommissioner
Commissioner glvJ jurisdiction urldlctlon over the prk prkhla park parkThis
This hla bill wi will die dieThe e ehe
The he bi gas and electric light lght companies oopnn of ofIew ofNew ofNew
New > York city ciy today tony practically prtcy killed ie the theVallace theWaloce theWallace
Waloce Wallace bill ui giving gllng New lew ew York city the > right rightto
to o construct cottrucL pipe and wire subways subwaY It Itvas Itwns Ittaa
vas on the order o er of third reading rding In the thelEpembly theAEIembly theAssembly
AEIembly Assembly Assemblyman semblymn MoKoown MoKoow moved movedo
to o havo tno tho tbbiiI bill bl recommitted rommitted for a hearing Theaningtoniorrow hearingoniorrow hering heringtomorrow move
tomorrowAEIembllu tomorrow toniorrowAssemblyman oniorrowAepcmblyman
Assemblyman AEIembllu Wallace Wall said Ild ho realized realizedhat rlze realizedLha
hat Lha it would woUd bo useless ulC to try to oppose the thenotion themot themotmoli
mot notion Ion and d he consented connt to Its opp adoption adoptionhia acopton acoptonThll adoptionrhix
Thll hia undoubtedly kills kis tho bill billAnother bil billAnother
Another AI0ther bill bi that tlL was killed kie in the same samenanner Mmemanner samemanner
manner was Assemblyman ASEcmblymn Platts anti antilatent ant antipatent
patent latent medicine mclelne measure measureuVLE mcnsurenULE measureFZIJLE
uVLE FOR FOl IMPEACHMENT IlPEACHUET CASES CASESicnator CASESSenator CASEStenator
Senator Hoar 10r Proposes Irop611 to Prevent Inter Intermillion Iter Iterrupton Interrtiption
million rupton of Legislative Lell lathe Business niulntssWASHINGTON DUlne DUlneW BusinessW8U12aT0N
WASHINGTON W ABUNGTON March 30 3OSenator Senator Hoar Hoariffered Uoarofered Hoartifered
ofered iffered a proposed propostd amendment amendent to the thoienate theSenale the3onate
ienate rules rles today ton which w1ch was referred referre to toho tothe tohe
the ho committee committ on rules rulc It I proposes that thatn thatIn
In in n all cases ce of Impeachment lmIohent other than thanhoso thanth08 thanIhoso
th08 hoso against the President Preident VicePresi VicePresilent YicePr YicePrlent IcPei IcPeident
lent or officers ofcers In line 11 no for the Presidency Presidencythe
the he Senate shall II hear the opening state statenent stte statenent
nent of the managers mgefll of the Impeachment Impeachmentin
on in The fart part of the House Hous and the state etatenent stte sttement staternent
nent of 0 the accused e or his counsel cunel and andhall andshal anduhall
shal hall then refer the case C to a committee of ofline ofnine ofhne
line Senators Sonatrs to be appointed appointe from both bothIdea bolhsld0 bothtides
sld0 Idea of the chamber who shall shl tako test tcotinony testmon testirnony
mon nony and submit a written report r porL to the theenate thoS1nate theSenate
Senate > The committee commite Is authorized authoriz to tolit toslL tomIt
lit during the sessions sCllons of the Senate Sente and andhe andhe
the he regular reglar legislative legilaUvo business buslne8 of an the thejennlo theSenate I
Senate is not to t be interrupted Interpted by Im bepeachment Imjeachment 1mpeachmtnt
peachmtnt jeachment proceedings proceing Disputes Diput of the theidmlssibllity themllblty theidmisslblhity
idmlssibllity mllblty of testimony testmony shall a1 be referred referredo refere
to o the Senate nate which shall determine detmin them themmd themand themsnd
md final fnal argument on both sides shall shal be bejcard beberd bebeard
berd beard by argment the whole Senate SenateMr Sente SenteMr SenateMr
Mr Hoar explained explne that tht the object objet of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he amendment was wa to prevent interrup Intrrop Intrropton
Ion of the legislative legisltv busIness buafne of Con Conrena Congrt Conress
ton grt rena which might occur or at any time Urs by one oneir oneor onetr
impeachment trials trialsor trialsror
or ir more ImpMhment trlal trlalFor
For or an Investigation InTrltgaUon of the tle Post P omen omenDepartment omoeDepartment
Deptm DepartmentWASlllOTOW Department DepartmentWASHINGTON nt ntWA6INnTOI
WASHINGTON WA6INnTOI March Iroh 30 Representative 3HeprCtative 3HeprCtativeDe 30RepresentatIveDe Representativee
De e Armond Dem Mo today Intro Introucod Introduc introlured
duc lured a resolution rOlution providing for the ap apolntment nppolntmnt appointmnont
polntmnt olntment of a committee comltt of five members membersf
of f the House Houle to t in Inetlgatn investigate vest I pa to the Post Office Officeopartment OfcI OfflcDepartment
Department and aei sit during the recess re If Iflocessary IfnooC Ifnecessary
nooC Dpent necessary the Inquiry InquIr to be b directed cspe espedaily cspetially Ce CeclnUy
daily tially to clearing cMrlng the tle innocent Innot from the theof tbelhdow theihatiow
lhdow ihatiow of unmerited unmerir Ilplcion suspicion to uncover uncoverng
In ng the Inefficient Inefcient careless alle and an offending offendingma olendlng olendlngnO
nO end ma to make me recommendations remndUons for the cor coroction or orrecton oornotion
recton notion of abuses abus to t tho end that tht Justlcouxy justice Jutco Jutcomy justicenay
my nay be b done to t individual Indlldu and ad that tMt time tharrico timeervlco
te tervl
rrico rvl < may my be improved f fw r the benefit benefitit beiie beiieif
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QN O N September 1st 1903 we placed the te largest l rgest export order on record recordwith recordwit
with wit Cornelius Crelus Heyl of Worms Wor Germany Geany taking his entire OUtpUt for this new newtannage newtanage newStannage
tannage tanage of leather leatherThis leatherThis leatherThis
This new Patent leather is far superior to anything ever producedIt producedIthas produced It Ititev Ithas
aying
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II Arrested Atlter for laln IIaln Havlne CInched Cnnbe a Dar Dartender Jlartender Bartender
tender to Death DeathPoliceman Deth DethPolicmn IeathPoliceman
Policeman Policmn William Wilam H Boise BoS of the Claseot Claseotavenue CB0n CB0naenue Clarsonavenue
avenue station Brooklyn lJrookly was as arrested arrcBtetyesterday arlt arrestedyesterday
yesterday yetray on a warrant issued fsued by Magifl Magifltrate Magistrte Mxtgistiate
trate trte Higglnbothatn charging him hm with Millmurder withmuer withmurder
murder muer in the lirut til degree delree for having clubbed clublxxtarrcllLynchawiloon clubbedto
to deat death Patrick Far Farrell a brtendor bartender In Inoarl inFarmelI
tarrcllLynchawiloon FarmelI oarl Lrnchs ton saloon at 212 Myrtle Mytle avenue avenuon aenueon avenueon
on tho morning moring of March 20 2 Farrell died diedwithout diedwithout diedwithout
without 24 2 regaining regainng consciousness cnclotuO on March Mnrh
Accordlnp Accrdln1 to Police Polee Captain Maude Mude Boss Bsse Bsserported Bosseisported Bossreported
reported rported that ho found Farrell Farl violatlni violatlnithu vloiatinthe
the thl excise law Trent wpnt Into the te saloon flon an anorderod and andorder anordered <
ordered order four men out Whilo Whie talking talkg to toFannil toam toFarrell
Farrell am he h said and anl whllo whlD the th four men menwere menwer menwero
were wer leaving Iavln Boss Boslo saw IW Farrell Jorl totter tottr and andfall nndfnl andfall
fall fnl to the floor 10r Calling Calng to the four men mento mento mento
to watch wach Farrell Farel while whlo he went for an am ambulanos ambulan0 antbulanos
bulanos bulan0 Bosse Ds declares declar he left the place ploceSubsequently plneeSuboquenty placeSubsequently
Subsequently Suboquenty the 11 captain captln says 1 Bosse BoS re returned returned noturned ¬
turned with tho te ambulance only to find findthat findthat flndthat
that the saloon floon was locked locted and that tht Farrell Farrellbud Farrcllhud farrel
hud apparently recovered cered and gone home homej homeJoh homeJohn
j John Joh apJrnty F Farrell oarl a brother of the bar barmen bartender bartender ¬
tender sys says tL that D0e bosse after orering ordering the themen themen
men at the te bar br to leave began to upbraid upbraidthe upbroidthe
the bartender brtnder finally laly hitting him over the thohead thehod thehead
head hod with wit his club and fracturing his skull skullIt sll skullIt
It I is further furthernlcged furtheraiieged alleged that Basso D8l seeing that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the man wan badly hdl injured InjuredlofL loft time place placelocking imlacelocking lace lacelokng
locking lokng the door behind On Fanells oarrels side sidewho Iieio Iieiother sidethere
ther there Is n witness known on118 oniyasAdamn oniyasAdamnwho Adam Adamwho
who it is wild Bdd was too frightened to tell tellwhat tel tellwhat
what ho had seen spcn when hen the ambulance ambulno and andDetective andDetethe andDetective
Detective Detethe Robinson Hblnon of Inspector Mclaugh Mclaughlins McLugh McLughlns MeLaughline ¬
line lns staff fJtat arrived arrivedBefore arive arrivedBefore
Before Iforc tho arrival of tho ambulance ambulanc it itla Itis itis
is said sid friunds fricnl of Farrell Fall removed him him to tohis tohil tohf
his hil hf brothers home nt 05 Adelphi street streetwhere slreetwhero streetwhere
where Dr Fowlor attended atcndod him It was wanthrough wasthrough wasthrough
through Dr Fowler that toL the case ce became bocamoknown becamekown becameknown
known knownInspector kown kownInpctor knownInspector
Inspector Inpctor McLaughlin has been blen trying to toget toIet toget
get Iet at the foots of tho capo 01 for moro tryn than thana
a week ck Bosso Dso denies dellC having halnJ struck Far Farroll Farrl Fartell
roll rl Ho le has hl been ln on the the sick list over since slncotho sincethe sincethe
the night In question qUltlon and Capt Maudo Maudehas Maudohas Maudohas
has been bn unnble to find fnd any witnesses ltt88C either eitherfor eiher eiherfor eitherfor
for or against the thf officer officerBOHEO ofCr ofCrBOo officerBosae
BOHEO BOo was WI arraigned arralgno before MagistrateHigglnbothumrn Magistrate MagistrateHigglnbothnm aglstratoHlgglnbothnm
Higglnbothnm yesterday afternoon aferoon and andparoled andproled andparoled
paroled proled in the custody Ctod of Capt Opt Maude MaudeTho MnudeTo MaudeTho
Tho To Coroners Corlrs jury found foud last Jat night nl hL that thatPoliceman that thatPolcemn thatPoliceman
Policeman Polcemn Basso Bs wan W responsible for Far Farrells Farrlls Fartells
tells rlls death deth dethlloo
52500000 lloo SAVED TO THE CITY CITYDill
Dill 01 Loading T Per PM Cent at Cost of White WhitePlains WhUeIlalll WhitePlains
Plains Ilalll Road Roalon on New York YorkClty orkCt City Defeated DefeatedALBANY Derelted DefeatedALBrr I IALB4
ALBANY ALB4 March Marh so 3The 30The The charge that thatassessment thatIment thataseesement
assessment Iment lawyers wore to receive rive S 300
000 for putting through thrugh the Legislature LegLlatu thebill the thebill thebU
bill bU imposing imping 75 per r cent of the coetof cot of tho thoimprovement thoimprovment theimprovement
improvement improvment of tho White Whie Plains road In InThe Inhe ittTime
The he Bronx upon New York city ct was W re responsible r nosponsiblo ¬
sponsible spnsible for upn defeating defeting the bill bl > in the theAssembly theAmhly theAssembly
Assembly Amhly today todayWhen
When Assemblyman Amhlm WalnwrlghtV bill billfor bi billfor
for the Imposition Impition of the th Walnwrlghtl cost Ot upon thecity the thecity thecty
city cty at largo came cme up In the lower house housethere houeethre housethere
there thre wan WI a spirited spirlle debate In opposition oppositionto oppition oppitionto
to It In the Senate when Senator Car Carpenters Carpenters Cam1entorB ¬
penters similar simiar bill bi came up some time timeago tme tmeao timeago
ago Senator Snator Grady made mo the statement statementthat statementthat tatment tatmentthat
ao
that that ho would woud prove that tt a number numbr of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York city ciy attorneys wore to receive rol 300000 300ooofor 300000for
for putting attorj the bill bi through thrugh Senator SenatorCarpenter Snator SnatorCantr SenatorCarpenter
Carpenter Cantr has not moved move his hl bill bi since sinceand Ilnco IlncoRnd slacoarid
and no one has h JI asked Senator Grady Orv to toprove toprov toprove
prove prov the charge chargeToduy chargeToday chargoToday
Today the charge charR was repeated Tte In the theAneomblr theAlmbly theAssembly
Assembly Almbly Mr lr Walnwright Waiwight however de denied denie donied ¬
nied nie it but nt the same 8I time tme it is I knownthat known knownthat
that t there ther has hl been bn a Q persistent pfltt lobby loby main maintained mal maintamed ¬
tamed tlnP in the interest Intrest of the t bill bi Mr Wain Walnwright Wainwght Wainwright ¬
wright wght could cud secure 8ur only ony 70 votes ote In favor favorShould favr favrof favorof
of th the mau measure 78 beig being ne neoessazy to pass
It ad and 6 8 ngUve nbgaUve vt votes wr were rred rred8b rooorded rooordedShould
8b Should the t bm bo b passed It It will mean that thatNew
New Ne York city cty will be b obliged obl w me to t pay
11600000 11I0 for the tl > improvement hount hmimvvvzuentar py
ar ar4d
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ELUCIDATORS ELUCIATORS GO UNHEARD DNHEARDWANTED UNHEARDWA1TED UNHEARDWANTEfl
WANTED WA1TED MERCY FOR A CASHIER CASHIEiCONVICTED CASHIERCONVICTED CASI7IEI1CONVICTED
CONVICTED OF LARCENYPresented LARCENY LARCENYPresented LARCENYPrelenttd
Presented the tie Principles PrincipiI of a New School Sohooof Seboolor
of Thought Known Inown as the CoohratSystem Cochran Cehan Cehanltcm Cochranyetcm
System ltcm or Universal Cnlnna Equity EllFhe EllFheUont EqtiityFlve EqtiityFlveIonthms Flvt FlvtMonths
Months Uont Bald sid the tle Court Cout UnyieldIng LnyleldlncThe VnyleldlnsTe
The Te petition ptition of The Committee Comltt of Eluci Eluoldntlon Elucidation Elucidation
dation Formed for the Purpose Pe of Making MakingClear Makng MakngCor MakingClear
Clear Cor the Principles Prlnclpl0 of a 1 New School Shool o oThought of ofThought ofThought
Thought Known Ko as 8 tho Cochran Cohran System Systemof
of Universal Unierl Equity Equty failed fnle yesterday to Uget toget toget
get Judge Newburger to suspend supd sentence sentenceIn
In the cases of Arthur ArthurCWoodhllof C Woodill Wol of 15 155 Hem Hemson Hm HmfJen Remsort
son street Brooklyn Brkyn and A J OOradj OOradjof
of 168 16 East Et Thirtyeighth Thlrl elght street Thejwero They Theywere Theywere
were respectively rpctively cashier chier and clerk ir irthe in inthe Inthe
the office ofee of the Adams Aams Express Expl Company CompanjIn Compny CompnyIn
In Canal street stt and on Nov No 2 last lat OGrndj OGrndjforged OGradyforged OOrndyforged
forged an order for 2600 265 which Woodill Woodillcashed Wol Woodillcashed
cashed Cbe They pleaded guilty guiltyLawyer guity guityIwyr guiltyLawyer
I Lawyer Iwyr P J Carton Crlon of 220 22 Broadway Broadwaypresented Broway Browaypresented Broadwaypresented
presented the tle petition ptlon of the committee committeebut oommltte
but when Judge Newburger heard its title titleho tte ttehD titloho
ho Mild MildThat Ild IldThat saidThat
That will wi bo b enough You may mn file fe your yourpetition yourpettion yourpetition
petition Five months h Ia c the penitentiary penitentiaryfor
pettion mont pnitentary pnitentaryfor
for each och defendant defendantTho defendanlTho defendantTho
Tho petition potion for the undersigned to totbo 10the tothe
the Hon lon Joseph E Newburger Ncwbuger Justice Justiceand Justce Justcennd Justicecurl
and Adams Adam Express Company was wa signed signedChairman fJlgnedChlrman signedClutlrman
Chairman Chlrman Frederick A Peabody Peaby Presi President Prelldent President ¬
dent Rev Rv John James Jam D P Perry repreaent repreaentins repre relreeenting ent entIn
ins In Bishop C K Nelson of the Episcopal EpiscopalDiocoao Episcpl EpiscplDiooR EpiscopalDiocese
Diocese DiooR of Georgia orga VicePreaident VlcPrdent Lyon LyonH LyonWeek
H Weeks Week editor odltr and author Edward Eward P PBraeton pDrnston PBraston
Braeton secretary screwr W H Frank ran Kennoy Kennoytreasurer Kennoytrasurer Konneytreasurer
treasurer trasurer of 1427 Fulton street strt Boston BostonTho Boton BotonTo BostonThe
The To petition pottlon in part prt said saidThe saidThe Id Idrhe
The committee cmmite after afer giving Ilvng tho Woodill Woodillcase WoOI Voodhlicase
case most careful Investigation tnvesUratan and earnest earnestconsideration earet earetoonsldernton earnestconsideration
consideration oonsldernton do herein respectfully rtspectullmplore rtspectullmploretho Implore Implorethe Implorethe
the complainant and the Court Cur that thefvin thefvinalctivcness tuIln tuIlnalctnnes thevln thevlnaictiveness
alctivcness alctnnes of the te law In the adjudication aJudlnUon of ofsaid ofsid ofsaid
said sid case bo b waived 1ahf In favor of the operation operationof ooeraton ooeratonof
of the principles nrncples of True Equltr EQ ull uitr aa associated associatedwith nsoocnte associatedwith
with the functions of justice JustCl In the establish estabUshmeat establishment estabUsbment ¬
ment of Right Rrbtand and the te prohibition prhibiton of Wrong WrongThe WrongThe WrongThe
The petitioners ptlonem object to Imprisonment Imprisonmentfor
for first frst offences olenc and say eayWill MYWi sayihi
Will ihi the complainant complinant and the Court RO on onrecord onrecord onrecord
record Wi as withholding wihholding clemency pmenC when IO its itsexercise Itaxerclse Itsexercise
exercise means the he stability Ilblll of < f a home homercco a arecognition arecognition
rcco recognition of tho boundless boundllM lore lol of a de devoted dC devoted ¬
voted alton wife ICe righteous consideration for
vow w a rllhteous cOlldrlton an aninnocent aninnocnt aninnocent
innocent innocnt son and crippled crlppl < little Itll daughter daughtera
a I support and encouragement tncuralemcnt to time tht spirit spiritof splrlLof spiritof
of reformation rrormton a prevention prevlnton of unnecessary unnecessaryphysical InncClry InncClryph tunneccasaryphysical
physical ph lOI suffering 8uterlnc and premature prmature death deatho deathled
llod led o forbid that our great geAt corporations ran ranhlaved ranI canbe
b be 8 so cruel or our court courts or JUtc Justice 80 In InIlave en enlaed
hlaved to the strict lines lne of tho law as not to toheed tohee toheed
I Ilave heed hee our t fervent appeal op al that thlt mien Plch disposi disposition dlepopllon diepoaltion ¬
lon tion of the case C bo made as l will 11 restore rcstor the thedefendant thederendant thedefendant
defendant to his home hl his family and give givehim givehim
him an opportunity to reclaim himself hllel 11 and andbeoomo
I become bcmo an opponity honor to society odt odtIn recllm
In presenting pr8ntnl this ths petition ptition we Wf are actuated actuatedsolely nctutd nctutd5011Iy actuatedsolely
solely 5011Iy by b devotion deoton to the best Interests Interst of
Bortetr 80Mt tn the guardianship 11Prdianphlp of the principles principlesof
of True Ta Equity Equiy and A prevention pCutlol and Rnd elimina elimination elmna elmnation ehlmunaion ¬
tion ion of wrong from the th operations oprllons of civil civilsocial civilsocial
social Industrial Indultlal commercial and religious religiousInstitutions religiousinstitutions civi
Institutions Inatutona and practices practicesPanhandler practeu practeuIanandn practicesPanhandler rellfoUI rellfoUIInatutona
Panhandler Ianandn Panhandled PanhandledTwo Pnhlf PanhandledTwo
Two panhandlers phdlers were wt arrested arl last night nightfor nght nghtfor nightfor
for attempting atempting to lift 1t a I leather lIath lit front frontot trontof frontof
of fl3 f Park row When Whln they were we searched searchedat shf
at tie te police pllee station staton ono of them thm had hd hdad i iand tand
and ad a watch watchWhy wat watchWhy
Why be panhandled phe me for a a nickel nickelcried ncel ncelce ok okorient
cried ce the tl other ol making mg a sprlnjj sprLa rp i to 1 punch punchthread ptmn ptmnthebeed
thread te d of htofeltow hlteU prtaooST prisones
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SIGNED SlFD BY Y GOV GO ODELL ODELLDill ODE1LDi ODELLUHI I
Dill Di Pensioning Pension Ins lllram Ilram Creek Conk and Four or orSenator orSenato orSenator
Senator Brackens Jlrek ttl Dis DisALANY Bills BillsALBANY BIllsAxnANmr
ALBANY ALANY March 30 SGov 30Gov Oov Odcll Odel this thi morn morning momiug atomnlag ¬
lag signed the bill bi to pension pion Hiram lram Cronk Cronkof Cronlof
of Oneida Oneida county couty tho only surviving vet veteran vet veteman ¬ I
eran era of the War of 1812 at the rate rta of 72 72a 72I 72a
a I month Cronk Cnk is I In Ill I health helth and Is not notexpected notexpeote notexpected
expected expeote to t live a very long time timeGov tile tileGov timeGov
Gov OdoR Odel also al signed the te bills bils of Senator SDl1tor
Brackett providing for thirty call cl firemen firemenand Ilremenand firemenand
and IncroasiiiK Incoslur th the < pay payor of tho permanent permanentfiremen plnnanentfiremen permanentfiremen
firemen from 8300 8J to 560 000 a year Yer in SaratogaSprings Saratoga SaratogaSprings BtolR BtolRSpring
Springs Spring and also uL providing that the Presi President Prol Proldent Prosident ¬
dent of Saratoga Sratoa Springs shall shal receive receiv an anannual nnannUI anannual
annual annUI salary Biry of 510 1000 1000lie 1000Ho
lie le also nl signed < 1 Senator Bracketta bill billamending bi billamending
amending the executive ooutle law 111 and authorizing authorizingtho
tho AttorneyGeneral to t agree agre to the rats ratsof ratnof ratRof
of compensation compnston specified fPlfed by the court courtfor curt curtfor courtfor
for a ref rerorle referee orpo appointed in an action to which whichtho whichthe hlc
tho State Is n I party prty
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