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hi This CTty Tt TsHtay T Ts dy and Msmlay MsmlayMight MORIf MORIflilithl MendayHight
Might at t th the start off of an InveetlRa InveetlRan hltI hltIttrn
n non > n begun 1 J1m yesterday by b Supt William WilliainII
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H Hotrhklea of the State Insurance De Derartnifnt Derarlnnt Derarnnt
rartnifnt Into the affair and nd legislative legislativertivitiM IfalalatlerlnII kgklativartrnes
rtivitiM rlnII of fire insurance companies companiestrttinvmy comlnlIntlmollY companiestretumony
trttinvmy was aa given of a fund of SIOOIW SIOOIWr 110000rali
r rali i > H hy the flrr > insurance 4 interesta Inlto for forth forIh forth
th purpose or taking Iakln care 8 of certain certaini cerUinreflation CtftalnjIItlon
reflation i in the early rly part of 11101 11101Hlf l BO BOHalf t tHif
Half of thin thl amount according to thertunony the thet th thtlmMY
t timony went wt t to the Republican State Statecommittee StatN Statecommitteeor
committee N mmitlMr or its secretary Ii the late latePeuhen lalePlhfon latePMCben
Peuhen L I Fax oJ Th other MOOO 33 OOO wan wanmattered waKattrnod weaKattred
mattered around among various rio people peoplerf peoplefrolitiralifRurnce
rf olltirallnftunC 1 political Influence The Th only one who whocam whocam how howtam
cam was mentioned was George W WAidtdge Wd WA4rnds
Aidtdge d trlltfl of Rochester R hHtr who hn It waa said saidgot aaidjot Id Idj
jot j M0r M0rthough l5fter VI VIthouh
r though Mr Ir Aldndg S name wan the therlT Ih Ihn therely
n rely rlT one which came out It looked very verymuch VffJm1th varymtuh
much from lh therav rrav that Supt Hotchkia Hotchkiajvd Hotchkisaasdhs
jvd asdhs h Insurance Department counsel counselAfred couruoIrld
Afred Afr rld d Hurrell went nt at the thine thin that thatihr lhatCuld thatrh
ihr rh y could mAke a alronc and close cI RUfM gue RUfMm a atorn
u torn m other without half trying Ben Benamm Bfonj Benamen
amen K OEella Ck 0 < > Hs 11 name came into the thetnmony th thtestimony
testimony 1 more mo than once but he hu wa nottsenfened not nottrnliened j
trnliened trnllen tsenfened reeeivinc Re any an part of the themoney Mefr I I1IItM
fr money moneyThe 1IItM 1IItMThe eneyThe
The witnin wttn In through whom thews Ih the mat matrrt malChlf mateon
eon chl ehle9y 3y were re brought hrou < hl out waa 10 Klijnh Klijnhh EIIp h hh
h Kennedy who t la a member of the Ih firm firmWood flrmf
f < 0 Wood t < Kennedy flr II fire Insurance Insurancetrer Insurancetrszen unuue unuuet
trer trern t r itt
10 n 1901 Mr Ir Kennedy wan a member memberhe
et < he law la and legislation committee committeeh
r h he New York ork Bond of Fire FI Under Underrt UnderThere
rt P rs There Th wfta 10 wt A bill in Albany Alban to toi i iI
i raw w th the fire ft inurance companies to tonutlet Inl1iuI1 ton
nutlet n durt the amount of their unearned unearnedrr untAmtdrrmll1D18 unearnedrrmtuma
rr rrmll1D18 mmma front their taxable aasetw a aAfI et MrKennedy Mr MrKennedy 11 I Innldy
Kennedy nnldy it appear thought that Gov GovMll Con ov I
Mll was wa favorable U to > the bill and a awren an antonn allon
wren on a u It had panted both house hnt of the theLr Ih theekulature i ilIlatl1111
ekulature Lr i lature Mr Ir Kennedy Knn d returned reI 11m Id in inV Innrk toSaw
Saw V w York nrk not DO expecting any troubleunt trouble troubleihont > l latlOlt
ihont the Ih bill becoming comlnRTho a law lawThe lawThe
The > Legislature adjourned on April 31 31h S Sh is
s + h the insurance measure left rt ntnong ntnongh ernongeh
eh 1111 h r thirty thirt day hill with the Governor GovernorTwntyeight ovmnroul Got ernnr ernnrTwntyIght
Twntyeight out of lh the thirty day hadtet had huded hadrHft
rHft tet ed when btn the liuiiiranoa intvrmU IllhltMlahepn began beganto I
to wonder if liter all the Governor won wonmm wnsimnt r I Ir01
mm imnt c to Rlgn It Mr Ir Kennedy lK nned put on onr on onf
r ti hat t and nd Marted for Albanyil Albany AlbanII
II wu nrrnmpanimi I er he hesaid caitl by b George GeorgeK
K Malby llIlh then n Stale Senator r and now nownngmwtman nowe nownltman
e nngmwtman rnd Commodore P Pdder Plirl Pt
t dder lirl r They The went right r to the th Cover Coverrnr
rnr t ukid ked him ulioiit dlO it and found more moreCT mo moI
CT le I n to their mirprme thtt th t he not only onl onlhtJ onlyhad
k had < il not approved It but th that t he h hid hiledtt hdMod hidorb
Mod edtt It out and nd out outMr OlltIr outMr
Mr Ir Kennedy Bald that Ih he and at h nitl i all aswruntes a afi
wruntes > fi 1141 te ar argued ued OId and argued with the theGovernor Ih IhQmor theOn
Governor On mor aci a ar o finally succeeded aUC 8Ct in con conn conlIqn
n lIqn ° mg Mr Ir Odnll that the bill ought ou < ht to tot
t igned The veto waa chanced to antprroval an anmewher n nIrrrIlV
IrrrIlV IrrrIlVmh tprroval tprrovalmewhere
< mewher Along about the th time when whenth whenthre hn hnIh
th thre r w was a e a good < ODd deal of worry about the theH Ih Ihit tlmlei I
H Mr II Kennedy K nnedT said Id he had a cht with withV
V Sh fo Fox who hll suggested IIU < Mtfd tht it would be benr beerr
err nr me and nd kind of f the insurance + people peoplef
f ryhould hey hould contribute a Wt bitooo bitooorr bitsay say Hcoo Hcooirn coo coorare
rare rr to the tll Republican State committee committeeh COmmlttM1
h 11 h p was U in need of fun CUllda da Along withth with withuRc withulfltflltloa
th suggestion uRc tlon Mr Kennedy Kennfldyld said Mr Mrf
f e railed hi b18 attention to the fact factt fa faI IIIrl <
t the < h Republican n organization in the thewta Ihewu thewea
wta rfcthsr well disposed to the thet
t ts rare interests interestsr
T e Ww trt > wa raised maidTh I ITt I
Tt no investigation which started 1Ud off with withihi withPhu
ihi hlt veiopmni > > had It Its rat heartag heutallIn I
T Mar in tb be ofaea o of th the Superin Superinai 8uJIftID1
ns ai 1nt nt of Insurance at IM Broadway j jt
Mr Ir t Hotehkia it seam white io6kttbg io6kttbgxt looktngl looktnglrh lo lmC I Ih
xt rh h affairs of th tha Phenlx Insurancer Insurance i iorptjy I
orptjy 1I r > my r of f Brooklyn Br kITD not long ago p
1 1 n lIP pin some Clatter which he j I
t ffc r would bear Investigation on theft thehrUBt thtrunt o oMUat
T < MUat UBt unttJn I Iten
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S ten he h got through with th the Phsnlx Phsnlxiul4 Phnlxae
at iul4 stare parr the eh men he set his h fore forceref foreif
if f > m thirty Ihlrt examiner at work en la lar the thee
c = r rrtlhlma rrnhle > bl m ms That Th at was early In Jan JanWhat JanI Jsnear
I ear What ht b wanted tc know in par parr
u a r was u the th reason for certain heavy
e e htrh had been presented atfd to the New Newr
1 > r hoard lV of Fir ITnderwrlter Undrwrltenlforpa for nay naytwt
IV nr r twt uween n 19 101 and th the present nt date datehint da dafrt datetP
frt T tP hint w were r lt going on in the theI way wayHnw
I I c Hnw n legialation at Albany The Theta
1 ta r ra went ne Into the affair of fifteen fifteenflr tltanIIr fifteen I
IIr r I fir Are Insurance compaiiUa compan k allf all
I If
f + II presented to th the Board of Fire
11 Irrr Underwriter by Mr Kennedy KennedyiM Kennfld KennfldIhe
Yt > iM sed i the excitement yesterday yesterdayi
va ao i M New York May fa 7 1901 and andrt andate nd ndIr
Ir ate > rt rj i I 1tr IV
V tr e < < Do DoaD AMD or 0 risi 1xnanwiiiTim 1xnanwiiiTimTi 1 nJI1TP1 nJI1TP1r
Ti r K R Ktnntdt Dr Drn Drel Y
re < n el l feet r telegrams Islspbonas Islspbonasni IIpba
< ni m s u + xp spea ea ns s for self Ir lid on J JT JI JConfMuerf others OIbftltiA othersCmdaud
Cmdaud ConfMuerf tiA OH Third Peg P J
IHISII WORK HY F9LICK F9LICKlwyrr HUCFIff PALICFlawyer
lawyer Arrested to toRobert Sabway c cTIMItt CeAsplalaa CeAsplalaaAgslest
Agslest TIMItt TIMIttRobert TbeeRobert
Robert M More a member of the thilaw theIw thelaw
law firm of Stauaon Moore A kof Beare Beareof
of 7 11 Wall WaUatreet atre street t warn arrmted t l early rl last laanight atnl lastnight
night nl < lIt by b two policemen poll mPR from the Merc Mercatreot Hroer Hroertreot Mrctstreet r
street aUtlofl who charged him with withdisorderly witldisorderly willidlaordrl
disorderly conduct Ueut Walah WalahfUH re refused rofueeed
fused to entertain the complaint rom plaint am amMr and andMr nd ndHr
Mr Moot left I rt the thetation station houee seokin aeekinrevenge seokinrevenge Hklnrev =
revenge rev II He II said that he wits going treport t treport 10 10repo < °
report repo the matter to a magistrate anc ancif anit nd ndir
if he couldnt get t aatiafnction there he heee hei heisee
1 see Commissioner Baker or Mayor Gay Gaynor G7nor Gaynor
nor who ho has been paying Home attention attentionto
to aravts sr is by b the lb police policeIn
In the math hour In the subway at Four Fourteenth FOiltntb Fourteenth
teenth street Bernhard levy I If evy of ofProapect sv svProspect toProspect
Prospect avenue The Bronx dropped droppethis drop 1 1hla
his ticket ipto to the Ih hot hut in doing M Mwaa 110 110wu enwas
was forced fo to set t down a able big bundle h hwaa haa he hewan <
wan aa currying nc He If was pushed aside by bya b ba ba
a special p officer om r whose name the lb police pollnfailed policefalltd policefailed
failed to get and be made a fus fut Th Thcrowd The Thorod Thecrowd <
crowd behind him warn held up The Thespecial ThepPcial Thepedal
special officer o r shook lx Iv levy ry by the nspi nspiof nf18of nepof
of the neck and every one began hee to abuse ahibxthe al altho abusetho
tho copIt cop copIt copIt
It looked as II though there would Ix Ixa hemixup bea
a mixup when bM Policemen n Flood and andUIianM andWllliama lId lId1I1ia
UIianM 1I1ia arrived from the Mercer street streetstation str 1 1Itlnn l lstation
station Mr Moore 100 who ho wan in the crowdwanted crowd crowdwantml row rowantd
wanted In take the names nlm of the guards gumrdland au aund guardsand
and nd special policemen n but Flood and andWilllnma ahdWllllllm andWilllama
Willlnma are alleged to t ° hive pulled him himaway himaa himaway
away aa Finally Flood grabbed him Ac According Accontine According ¬
cording to Mr Moore the policemen policemenlipped pollcmeaUpptd policemenclipped
lipped a pair of handcuff on him h1l whilt whiltthey whdlethey hil hilthfO
they thfO were taking him to the Station ttalionHe StationHe Uon Uonlie
He fought all 11 the way IIY and Wit pretty prettybadly PI1UJMdl prettybadly
badly Mdl roughed up when he h w wu < u brought broughtbefore hrollabtbefore hrnugbtbefore
before the lieutenant lieutenantThe
The policemen slid thit Mr 11 Moon Moonwaa Moorewsa oore ooreCtlne
waa creating a disturbance but lent UeiHWnUb Uelltalab lentWalsh
Walsh alab discharged d haraed him jest the same sameThe earnTIe sameThe
The lawyer law 4W v iio very ry angry n < rr He said saidthat saidthat Id IdthAt
that he would seek k every p rv mean fornNhrvse for foiredrew forIfMirNa
redrew and that he would bring charge chargeagainst cur curalnt chargeagainst
against < alnt Flood and nd Williams WilliamsCapt WiIIlanurapt Wllliamaapt
rapt apt Dominick Henry of the III Mercer Meroertreet Merceretreettation Irofratllon
etreettation treet station last night aorta nta t complaint complaintagainst COI1pllnplnat complaintagainst
against Policemen Flood and Wln WlHUiiiM WlHUiiiMto mA mAto ie ieto
to Commlaiiioner Baker Flood who has hasbeen tuubeen II IIbffon
been on the force for about four years yearshas ytIIanha yearsha
has ha been In trouble before b4fo Willlami WBliamrecame Willlamicame Wllliameeamf
came on about a month ago Among the thewimesaes th thwitneMe thIm
witneMe Im who ho substantiated Mr Moons Mooreistory Moo Mootory Moonsstory
story were w Charles M 1 Estey FAt of 7 Tt Fifth Flftfcavenue FUUtU8 Fifthavenue
avenue U8 and Morris B Keller of It I Union UnionSquare ValoBSqua Uniontuare
Square SquareHKFSTrR Squa tuare tuareIRRFSTFR
SquatRIlFITr
HKFSTrR AFTER t fJ FZRL FZRLPrprleter a arrfIAr lf lfPreprleter
Preprleter and 1Id Emp Beplsr > re Held as asrtso a ari Naspl Naspltoes
toes ri riR fmaa fmaaHenry Pt PtHenry
Henry R G Allen AII a manufacturer of ofwomens 01wom ofwomna
womens wom n hal at t 10 Waverley place tac when whenthere whrtIIh wherethere
there Ih was a fro yesterday afternoon and andPerry andPerry nd ndrerry
Perry Barrow the negro engineer of thsbuilding thebuilding the theI
building were ere arraigned in the th nightpolkecourt night nightpolice nlabtpollecourt
I police pollecourt court charged with being suspicious auspiciouspersons suspiciouspersons uapldouapersona
persons Fire Marshal W h I Beers ra and andhis andbla andhim
his assistant Itant David Kelly had investi investigated InYNflcacd inveadgated ¬
gated the fire and It was upon their report reportthat reportthat reportthat
that the men m were n arrested Magistrate MagistrateHarris baiatraHrria MagistrateHarris
Harris Mid h ld them In 13000 I3 o each eh for furtherexamination further furtherexamination funherumlnatlnn
examination examination Monday Mond ond + y in n the Jefferson JeffersonMarket JeffersonMarket n nMarkft
Market courtAlkens court courtAllens courtAlIfII
Allens place wa on the th third floor of often orItn ofa
a ten story building in which about Uu Uupersons uuperson II IIraona
persons raona mostly moatl women were 1 employed employedand mpl mplIU1d
and the firemen had a hard time keeping keepingthe
the women from jumping from the thewindows Iheindo thewindows
windows indo On One of the Ih girl Lillian Weoh Weohstein WhIln Wrhetein
stein of ITU Waihlngtcn avenue fnt The ThaBronx ThoBronx TheBronx
Bronx was wa crowded out of a window on onthe onth onthe
the th third floor and nd fell ff1I11 to the Ih street Her Herleft HrIrt Herleft
left leg was U broken and she h w was other otherwise ¬
Iwien I wise wi hurt She Sh was wit tcken kPn to St Vin Vincent Vincente In InCff1t ¬
cent lloepitnl lloepitnlTo
I To prevent the thlltirlA girls from frn jumping from fromthe fromthe
the window before hfc lilt t firemen f1Pn could couldreach tOuldreoach couldrach
reach them th with Ivlciers hld waior we Ir was thrownlupon thrown thrownupon thrownIllpon
Illpon upon them Almiit 10111 twenty were w ttken ttkendovn tklOdo ttkendown
down do ladderThe ladder ladderThe Iadd I1I I1IThfl
The fire ft start lan1 in n the tl wash room roomPerry roomP roomPerry
Perry P Barrow was 3 nt work lrk < there Ih he heay heN herye
N ay rye fixing nxln the Ih flush Im nil nnd there was wasan wann u uan
an explosion VhM hat Bused Mil it he h did didnut didnot didnot
not know knn The fire fir pld pr vi < l rapidly and andItefore andIlfOfnr andbefore
before It wa was put nut hvl hllmod > urno l from fromthe fromthe
the third to ten fourth Il floor < r The damage damagewa
1 wa eetltnated at SlOmv SlOmvAllen IIOJIIIAII 91nrnAllen
Allen AII n wa found In n rrotiurant a blockaway block blockaway Mockawar
away after the Ih fire fir He II slid u d he went wantthere wentthere 10 10the
there the tn find hi hil sister Hi Nla unswera 110M tn togneetlona tnqiwwtlons 10qUllona
qiwwtlons its authorities did not con consider considerwttieractnry ider idermtlsfactniy r radlfCtllrr
mtlsfactniy The fb negro nt < ro was w found in inanother Iqanlthr inanother
another building buildingH
H MOW fiR H K IB RIRrK RrKi f KK KIf i S fRIXD allt V > IIe IIeRegnret It KY KYfar
Regnret 01 far Part HM flirts lth lthUllllt il uiIce lre tn tntllmt S SMlnd
tllmt Their Own BustsesMayor Hln HlnIyor Huilneu HuilneuMayor
Mayor Gaynor has lie made repose to toa toa u ua
a resolution 1 1111 on adopted by the Ih Queens Queenscounty quHOnllcounl Queencounty
county counl Grand Jury and forwarded to tohim tohim tohim
him by h Dintrict Attorney Fred O DeWIlt DeWIltThe rmwlttThe DeWittThe
The resolution was that thatThe lhatTh thatThe
The Mayor Ia 1y or of the rltv Ill of New S York orll sad sadthe andthe nd ndIlh
Ilh the Public < ftervlre 14fI Commlnilon tomm l n of the th First FtrstDUirki FirstDlatrkt
DUirki be and they I h esrh Nr hereby sr ue uetlUHled rc re requested r rque ¬
quested que td to forthwith report sad ad furnish furnishto fum
to 0 the trend Jury Jar of the county enllnl of Queen Queenfull Queenfull
full sod dualled d lIed information of alt n plan pisesadopted plaadopted planadoptsl
adopted or roatsmplstsd for Ih the construe eoastmctton elruetlOII construeson
son of subways in th he city ell of Nw York Yorktoc Tottilocelbr yothtogtbsr
toc locelbr tbr with ltb full Informal Ion of the rh pro proposed promllihod proposed ¬
posed method of financing such conttnic conttniction eOllaruelion eoastructton
lion especially whether wll lh say aY pan of the cootof cost costof eGeCof
of ooustructlon 11rueUo to to b be levied upon the thetsxable 11Mcasabl thetszabi
tsxable property In any borouch ethr ethrtbsn IIIMrIbAn otherthin
thin the th boroughs in which such subways subwaysare utnra utnraare
are proooMd to b be b e constructed and ad whether whetherprovision wlecherproloD whetherprovision
provision has ben mad or Is contem contemplated C01lI C01lIplated contemplated ¬
plated for providing tubways ub or other etktrform olerlonnll otherforms
form of rapid transit In the Borotch of ofQusea IIfQUNIU ofQueen
Queen QuseaIt
It was direct directed d that copies of the resolu resolution I88lutioa reesluion ¬
ion be tent to the Ut Mayor the 111 Public PubHefiorvlc PulsHotenc Publicfxrvics
fiorvlc Coramltaion cad th the Board of ofEstimate clEetlmat ofEstimate
Estimate The Mayors faor teepee rMpoMedrMNd ad eAdressed addressed ¬
dressed to District Attorney Attorn DeWltt WM WMM WIdfollow warLa
M follows followsD followsDgan
D DII Dgan n flm J t am m In receipt t f of your mar Inter Interof 1 1of
of March II eaclsstog a resolution by the theGrand lb lbGDd theGrad
Grand Jury of Queen county flMJIIl direction directionwhere dlretlluheft directingwhere
where snbwayt ub should be built and ralliac ralliacOD
OD the Mayor and a4 the Public Bervlc Com Cotnmlnslon Commission C CmIMIoD
mission to furnish them with Ith full and Dd de detailed decalled ditailed ¬
tailed Information n of all 11 pa plan adO ted or orcontemplated nrrontH1lplaiptf orcontemplated
contemplated for th the construction of sub eubwsy subways ub ubne
ways n ne so good s as to Inform the hand OrandJury OndJury handJury
Jury that I shall do no curb thln thing It has hasbecome haGme ha habecome
become me the custom of Grand Juries to set setthmsclvea sstihemselve NtIheIY
ihemselve up as a having authority la all allarts allsort 11 11MM
MM arts of matter with Ih which lrh they Ibe have ha no noauthority DOulborlt noauthority
authority ulborlt whatever Their business I k to toInquire toInlulre toinquire
Inquire Into rIme Teri V PIi r truly trul yourW yours yoursW oura ouraWT
WT W 3 riarxoN riarxoNMr OayoIr fayxeaMr
Mr Ir DeWltt turned Mayor Oaynor Gaynorletter Oaynorletter Oaraorleu
letter leu over to the Ih Orand Jury ad ml that thatbody lbabod thatbody
body bod la considering the situation but butha buthu buthas
ha hu nothing < to say for publication publicationPref
Pre WllUeas ftlll 1 tilt tfe Ran In llroe llroeRxxo lleaellDo ReaItnco
Rxxo Xev March 11 b 19 leMrs Mrs Alice AliceWUUon AUeeUI8aa AliceW
W Bison today toda filed suit for divorce divorcegainst dlfarceAPInat divorceagalnt
gainst her husband bubandJanx James I Thorn Wlllaon Wlllaonprofeeaor WI1IaonID Wllisonrofeeor
profeeaor la the medical department of ofCoraell ofII ofbrencit
Coraell II University UDI at Ita braacfa First Firstavesas FirstaNlUle Nlew
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avesas avenelYew ADd Thlnyeighth ntitetPthY d street Stre t New NewYerfe
Yew Y = The cssplitet e p1 t i b sealed There Theraare The Theare
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TAFT TO MEET CANADIANS CAMADIAIISHK
HK HAS TAKKX CHAKGK 9F r THK TRRTIRIFF THKTARIFF TH THTa
TARIFF Ta PRGKIKM PRGKIKMM
1nfI 3ket M < t Mtntalrr ff Yielding PI Hi AHiaa AHiaaTalstit AlhasTaught Ib IbTeoeIt
Taught and Uetrraeraeorral Ger06 6eeeral err errPnltalsl Grey GreyPrbabty r y yrretoatilr
rretoatilr WtH m He TnerarresMeat TnerarresMeatta TttrT NNe NNeIII
ta i Crest Hssx H of f KcttHng Tangle TangleRecnaaTBR T TIlecHTa TangleRecnstaalMarchisThetariRdead
RecnaaTBR RecnstaalMarchisThetariRdead RecnstaalMarchisThetariRdeadlack March IB ITh Th tariff tarilrdMd tarilrdMdleek dead deadlack
lack between this country COlla try and Canadamay Canada Canadamay
may 1 b tJjf broken at Albany Albn tomorrow tomorrowPresident tomorroPresJdfOt tomorrowPresident
President Taft told friends here he tonight tonightthat
that Ut t be hail taken over th the rein him himaatf himeeK himealf
aatf and had arranged for a conference conferencewith
with W M Fielding Minister of finance financeof RM RMor
of the Ut Dominion of Canada nada that countrys countrystariff couatl7arir countrystariff
tariff rir expert at t the New York State Cap Capitol C4pUo Capitol ¬
itol itolEarf
Fur Grwy 0 Oovernor OovernorUrril Osrertl of the theDominion theDominion theDominion
Dominion is I to lie at t the banquet given givento
to the President by the University Club Clubtomorrow ClubtomolTOw Clubtomorrow
tomorrow night nl < bt He H may taa attend the thetariff thfltarir thetans
tariff oon conference f C CIt aluo aluoIt at atII
It la almo t certain rtaln that Counsellor CounsellorHoyt C CounsellorHoyt unellorKo
Hoyt Ko of the State Department I and Charlo CharloM ChrlatH
M Pepper tariff expert of that th Depart Department Dftpartmen Departmaci ¬
men will be at Albany AlbanyThe Alhan AlhanTh AlbanyThe
The President aean aeemvd nd J pleased < l at t the theprospect theproapect theprospect
prospect of talking over the situation situationwith alltlonwith situationwith
with Minister Fielding i ldinl although the thedeadlock Ihechadlook thedeadlock
deadlock with Canada nada ba b has been the thesource IheIIIroIt thesource
source of more mo worry lo the Adminitrtipn Adminis Administration Admlnl1111I ¬
tration 1111I than have the tariff difficulties difficultieswith tllllloulllflllItl
with Itl any an dozen others oth ra Mr Taft evidently evidentlywas
was 11 in hopes hopetonightnf tonight of fixing things thin up upWhether upWhether upWhether
Whether he will roach a tentative tentallvelleDt agreetnent agree agreement ¬
ment or not the President did not In Inform Infonn inform ¬
form his hi caller but he intended to do doall doall doall
all that was possible II wa a saidAuanv said saidNT Id IdAun
Aun NT March H I According to plans plansarpuigad planaIJI1C plansarpngd
arpuigad IJI1C d for the stay llta h he hero re of President PresidentToft PrldentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft It U the tli expectation ftx lion that th the Presi President Prealdent President ¬
dent and nd Kir ul I Grey will give ive a short reception re reoCMptlon reoption ¬
option at t tin hotel ho 1 previous to sitting sittingdown alllinedown sittingdown
down to th the < dinner tomorrow night nightPresident nl nightProvident < ht htPrMidt
President Taft and the Canadian dig dignitaries dl dlnltari dignitaria ¬
nitaries nltari will meet a sejand time as guest guestof cuetaof
of Gov Go Hughes at the Rxaoutive Mansion MansionSunday MansionSunday blUllolIfjunda
Sunday fjunda afternoon IPt elan t an Inform luiuiheon luiuiheonto
to he given < I by the II Governor in n honor honorof
of the President l who i to b be hi hI guest guestduring cueatdurinS guestduring
during his Albany Alban visit A number of ofothers ofotbors ofothers
others have been Invited Invil to thaluncheonla thaluncheonlaincluding this thlalllncheon thlalllncheonlaohldlnc luncheon luncheonincluding
including President Krn Ernest t Fox Xichol Xicholof Sichorof
of Dartmouth College Col1 e Mayor Jam B BMoEwan BMoEwan I IYcEwan
MoEwan of Albany Albn who ho was a college collegecUssmat oolleeclaaamate collegeclarmat
cUssmat of President Taft at t Yale YaleexGov Yalex YalexOov
exGov ex David R Francis of Missouri Missouriand Missouriand lia ttri ttriand >
and several rat prominent Albanians AlbaniansPrMldent AlbnlnPadfO AlbanianPrssldnt
PrMldent t Taft i it esednlI < > > ied tII1 > il l to t arrivehere arrive arrivehere anlefItore
here at 2 Jn P M tomorrow from finch Rochester RocbNter finchKey ¬
ester esterOTTAWA KeyOrrawa
NterOTTAWA
OTTAWA March U There I la Intense Intenseexcitement Inl Inlxcitemenl Intenseexcitement
excitement today loda as to the th outcome outC me of ofth ofIh ofthe
th the oncalled II tariff war r Some persona personawhq pt1II01UIwhq personnswhq
whq are r here on theIr way Y home from fromWashington frombineton fromWashington
Washington bineton and nd who have ha had the oppor opportunity opporIlInit opportunity ¬
tunity IlInit of discussing the Ih situation with withPresident withrri withPresident
President rri lent < Taft agr that he hili i fo very likely likelyto
to Impose the maximum duty as a matter matterof
of I legal fauwi bslpIIJ pmammrtm ttofrnrn otnI rigid and un unbending unnrlln unbendingprovision ¬
bending bendingprovision nrlln provision of the new n tariff To Todo Tndo Todo
do no however may mil lie I for Mr Taft a apeculiarly IIuliarly apeculiarly
peculiarly uliarly distasteful undertaking undertakingTh IIndrtak nlt nltTh
Th President is i said tn b t personally personallyfavorable ptlIOnllllfavorahl personallyfavoratrie
favorable to Canada He H did not spend spendao
ao many summer at Murray Bty 8 without withoutgetting trithoulttlne withoutgetting
getting ttlne to know kno the th Canrdian people peoplennd poooplJnd peopleand
and their country countryWhat OunlrrWhat countryWhat
What will happen on thin side of the theline Ih Ihlinfl theline
line if the maximum i is imposed i la the thenext lhenxt thenext
next question The first l1It impulse Impu i to toatrike 10atrike tostrike
atrike back with retaliatory duties There Thereare
are a influences here however that disap disapprove dlupeproe disapprove ¬
prove such a course Oil immediately at least leastIf 1 1If
If circumstances and conditions are a such sucha
aa a to justify ihi this line of action It may mayh m mkn
h h x 4akn < akn but there i G not likely Ii y to he lieany hen heany
any n hurry about it itThe ItTh itTh
Th GovernorGeneral Govcrnor Gcnrel end lady lAd Grey Greythi G Gthl Greythis
thi this afternoon attended the opening of ofthe ofIbfI ofthe
the Proteelinl Infant Home Montreal MontrealKrrl 110ntltrrl MontrealFrrl
Krrl Grey 0 will III leave IN for Albany Alban tomor tomorrow tomorro tomorrow ¬
row ro to meet President Taft and nd Oar GovHughe 00 00JlllahM OariAughes
Hughe at the dinner of the Ih University UnivermityClub Unlvil Unlvilh
Club h of Albany AlbanyHTJoiiNND Albanyttr
HTJoiiNND ttr JOHN N n March la I If the th United UnitedHtate UnitcJRtat UnitedState
State Impose Im the maximum tariff on onCanadian onCanadn onCanadian
Canadian Import business bualn in both coun countries countriM countries ¬
tries will III suffer In IlIlh th opinion of shipper shipperand ahlpperaand
and manufacturer here h re While a tariff tariffwar tariffwar tariffwar
war would not seriously riollI injure InJu the lum lumber lumber louther ¬
ber trade st ftt John localise 1 A large largepart Iar Iarpart largepart
part of the lumber manufactured her heri bereI
I is i cut in Main and nd reshipped free of ofduty ofdill ofduty
duty dill th the enforcement of the maximum maximumerhedule mallimum1C1 maximumschedule
schedule 1C1 lIl would atop practically all 11 ship shipments shipmente hlpment ¬
ments of pulp from New N Brunswick BrunswickGeorge BrunawlkChoor BrunswickGeorge
George Choor tt VI 1 KeN Key of Pepperell Mae Maeone Masone Iueone
one of the owners own of the pulp mills at atChatham atChatham t tChatbam
Chatham said that if the maximum duty dutyon dllt dllton
on pulp Sll n a ton were 0 exacted the plant plantwould plantwould plantwould
would be shut down In hi h his opinion opinionevery ollnloney opinionevery
every ey American manufacturer of pulp pulpIn
In Canada would be obliged obll d to buy bu sup auppHea suppH Ip IppHM
pHea pH In European countries or the th West WestIf I
If he expected to keep k op his mill running runningMr
Mr X Keyes came her he thiaywcek t k because becausof beoaUMof I
of th the threatened tariff war He R and andother andother nd ndoth
other oth Americans hare ordered all 11 pulp pulpstored pulpatorod pulpstored
stored in their warehouses wreho to be shipped shippedacre shippedscrar hlpped1Ierea
acre 1Ierea the line Immediately ImmediatelyTh ImlMCllatelTM i
Th New ew Brunswick Legislator past Uatojht IuaIeht pastartst
aIeht ojht dtecuMed d th the pulp wood situation situxtlonaad llitU1tlORad situationand
and ad adopted etd a resolution unanimously unanimouslyxpraaaUtg URaalmoUilyxpraseaa unanimouslyexpressing
xpraaaUtg th the view that all 11 pulp wood woodaaif woodUII woodanL
aaif wood for pulp pul making kla purpose purposecut purpoHSCNt
cut oa th the crown land Iall of Kw N Brunswick BrunswickfeAuJd ruMwiokIhelld Brunswickaheeldbe
feAuJd aheeldbe b be mmtfacturUUt i paper paperwithin paperwithinthe wl wit wittIM thta thtaKxcernea
tIM pre preKXE province provinceISXCLPTIAXS
Kxcernea KXE I TO THAW BILLS BILLSTract RILLSTrKee 111TnltH
TnltH Tract Roger er Mara Allege An AIItSCIa > g Tkat Rem flamClaimants RemClafests
Claimants CIa Hate Seem vtrpattf erevpMdhrrtsrno vtrpattfPrmsrno 1VJIdnnatllo
Prmsrno March areh it Bxosptloaa were werefiled werefiled werefiled
filed today tode by Roger OMra truat truatin trustee trusteein
ID in bankruptcy for Harry K Ie Thaw to toclaim toclaima toclaim
claim of creditor creditorThaw creditonBaw creditorj
Thaw j w allefM aU that a claim cia of DI Salvo SalvoKro B1Yo1tnM salvoBros
1tnM Kro for MM IS for merchandise furnished furnishedto
to his wife Ife U not allowable aa It i is not notTor notfor notfor
for necessities neocasitleTh M eMltJeen
Th claim of John B Gtaaaoa for WOMO WOMOfor 110 110Cor ieoeeofor
for asrvlon aa attorney ttom4I I ill disputed d the thepEltloser thapetfUoaer 1Molaim
petfUoaer claiming olaim tHarThaw UtatrhawtiulrMd UtatrhawtiulrMdpaid ha already alreadyMid alreadypald
Mid Gleason more than he wa worthMartin worth worthMartin wortlilartln
Martin W Littletons claim of tajno Oalolo la laaUo I Ialso
also dlaputud disp utd Thaw claim Littleton Littletontos
baa ha been paid In excea of his hi worth worthCfcrtatlaiita wortht
Cfcrtatlaiita d t tfcrtaca Ie a a Mraag IItn rant sage BtnL BtnLi
I i Capt Pooek of th the Hamburg HamburAmedoan HamburAmedoanlinn Amsrioan Amsrioanliner Amedanliner
liner ChrMlanla In last evening Inc from fromClenfuegoo fromClenrueoo fromCintuegoe
Clenfuegoo brings b p a bird supposedly supposedlylet
let the stork family which wbl h flew 8 aboard aboardth aboardthe boardthe
th the ship off offKey Key West after a battle the with witha
a gal In exhausted condition eondlt It la lablaok IIbIaok lablack
black and whit with a very lone loneand teak teakand beakand
and ate anytAbts an that ja Ia set et before It ItTh It11M ItTb
Th skipper will offer ta the bird to the thaBronx tbeBronx theiirax
Bronx roe 1Itn roertggmArCARmLIRAATLAnTA oo oottKIBA
rtggmArCARmLIRAATLAnTA rtggmArCARmLIRAATLAnTAHasse n ttKIBA CAJiatIMAATtJiMTA CAJiatIMAATtJiMTAr LA4T14nA LA4T14nAlinlMald
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tto Hasse firfiwar lasjoirs e Are 1 Ills u i r B war s Ma <
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TARIFF TotH riSACK K4C fTIf TN fHAXCK fHAXCKTaft aACTTaft
Taft AnnewaenMetiteweat 04 ef f BMHwHte RiMeatMesTe BMHwHteTMSJII 1 1T 1RoeTn
Te TMSJII Riga AgreeMrnt 1 greens ent Today TodayRocaBaTxn T TdayRocgsatnR
RocaBaTxn March 18 1lrHIdetlt Preaidmt Taft Tartannounced Taftannounced Taftannounced
announced here tonight that the threat threatened threatrorwd threatened ¬
ened tariff diMcultlea with France have havebeo havebeeo
beo 0 averted Franc ban agreed to glvs glvsthe givlb Iy Iylb
the lb United Stale R her lowest 10 duties dlt on onabout ntbout onabout
about M per cent of the American goods goodaImported cnodaImported goodsimported
Imported ImportedFrance Importednca importedFranca
France nca refused ref to make lie seen eo conces concessions COftCllleeIolU1 cone conesinus ¬
sinus tn the United State 81 wanted to which whichQermsny whichkormayntJ which4ormeny
Qermsny kormayntJ recently agreed The President Presidentwill
will sign th the agreement t at t Albany Alhlln to tomorrow tnmorro tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowWASHINGTON morroW4e morrowWAsstxovoS
WASHINGTON W4e IN01O March is I Theaanouac ItThouaoemea Theaanouacment The announce announcemeat
meat mea that France will reeelv th the mini minimum minimum lei leimtlm ¬
mum rat rates of th the American tariff law lawwa lw lwthe kwwas
wa was th the expected culmination ci Ilo of the thsnegotiations th thenegotiation
npt
negotiations ncUt0 which have ha been a In 1 progress progreaobetween proc progressbetween
between btWe th the two countries C unhl for severalmonths several severalmonth el elmMI
month mMI Up to t about bt two week weu ago a the Iksnegotiation lh thenegotiation
negotiation nClatlo dragged dr along aloB unsatisfac unsatisfactorily latWa tmsatkfsotorily ¬
torily but since Ince that tht time tm both bt aides d to toth t tothe
th t the dispute ut hays bn mad mde concessions coneeaaionsTh CeO
Th The detail of the jCrvaakAraerican jCrvaakAraericanagreement Frvsh Amriaatt Amriaattaget
Te delJ JAleo JAleoaarMIIt
agreement aarMIIt will wi he b b mad Id public pblo at t the theState theSt theState
State St Department I OprtmOllt tomorrow tomorrowWith tmolw tmolwWih tomorrowWith
With Wih the settlement tlemt of 0 the th le French Frc tang tangdispute Urifldicpute trif
dispute dipte every Important hpnat Eu Europeancountry European Europeancountry
country c will get the th minimum alalmw tariff taril rata rateswhen ratawhen rat
when wh the Ih maximum and d minimum milu featurens fea feature f fI ¬
ture I of the th tariff tl act go C Into effect et on onMr froMarch < > n nMarch
March Mr SI next nextftHtFT nntr nextSHIFT
SHIFT r OF 0 fiKKRAt alr4 OtFtCKItS OtFtCKItStint aTCKt aTCKtf
tint f Barry r t to 0 Bofccesl I Cl Nett r at t west westPket WertPetal W Ww
Petal New > ew w rmmaads tqr r ether etherWAIHIXOTOK 81 BIbersWAsnixurix
WAIHIXOTOK 41101 March Id I MajorGen MajorGenThomaa MajordenThomas
Thomas T H I Barry B has been b selected I for forduty rorduty forduty
duty aa Huperintendrat t of the Military MilitaryAcademy MIr MilitaryAcademy
Academy Ace Sup at t Weal Wft Point succeeding 1 lne Col ColHugh ColHlla ColHugh
Hugh Hlla It I Scott a who will I be b relieved Iive oa oaAugust O onAugust
August SI next Col Cl Hoott tt will wi return returnto um umt
to t th he Fourteenth Cavalry Cylr as a Major MajorGen Maor MaorO MajorGew
Gen O Barry B was formerly fonerlr1 in command of ofthe oflb ofthe
the lb Army Ary of Cuban Ch Pacification Pncato and a I Inow I Is Isnow
now serving Mylnc at 1 Han H Francisoo ranc a as com commanding cornminding < ¬
minding mlC o otCtf oMcer cer ol the Department Det of ofCalifornia ofClfola ofCalifornia
California Clfola BrlgGen Brle Taaker H I Bliss Bliaassistant BI Blissassistant
assistant Iat chief cief of staffwtll tali be transferred transferredto trfPlr
to command Cman the te Department Dt of Cali California CaUroi Califorma ¬
forma forniaThere roi formaTerre 1
There n will I be b a shift alft of general 1 officers officerson olc olco
when UajorGen Leonard LeonardWood LeonardWood
on o April n wh Wo Ir
Wood commanding the Department of ofthe ofeh ofthe
o ell t Ortt
the eh FAit will wi assume < e hi hla duties dutea aa chief chiefof elf elfor
of staff at of ta t the army n vice f1 MajorGen HoO J JFranklin JFrkll JFranklin
Franklin Frkll Bell MajorGea Yao F D Grant Grantwill Grlt Grltwl Grantwill
will wl be b transferred tf from fr Chicago Cdcc to 0 New NewYork S So NewYork
York o BrigGen Bric Charles CI U 1 Hodge 8o now nowin noW nowlot
in command Cma of tk the Department t of Dakota Dakotawill Do Dowi Dakotawill
will assume command of tk the Department Departmentof
wi att
Om o t otnt otntof
of the t Lake Lkflll at t Chicago Clc BrigOn BrigOnP BS BSF
F A Smith Sih now in command Ola of Fort FortD Fo
D A Russell at Cheyenne en Wyo will willb willbe 1
be b transferred tn I the command of the theDeportment theDepartment
b tfe Cm te teowt
Deportment owt of the Mb Missouri > ouri BrigGoa BrigGoaWalter Brieo BrigtenWalter I IWltr
Walter How Ho will wi take te command cm of tn tnDepartment It the theDepartmwt
Department Dt of Dakota Dota with headquarter headquarterat bMuarte
at t St 8 Paul Pl Minn Wh BrigGen Brla R WHoyt W WHoyt WH
Hoyt H will 1 take te command c of Fort D I > A ARussell A ABusseli
Russell BusseliXER RussellVr7IT RI RIF
Vr7IT F PROOF IRO OF THK THKTsMrt T nruar nruarTb1 DELI OK OKTattler
Tattler Cram Pr Mppur H Id Read el ny I PrsT PrsTIlllpreeht e PrrItllpre
Illlpreeht 11ln Itllpre 4it trrtfles r the Bible Wsry RtsryPnutanrtrnxa WsryPHILADELPHIA P
PHILADELPHIA PIUDIRla March II Prof Her Hermann Hermnn Hermann ¬
mann mnn V t Hllprecht of the University Unloit of ofPennsylvania ofPennsylvania 1
Pennsylvania pnJlvania now no offers of to the th world worldproof wor worldproof
proof Jrf that Abraham Ahrham was a real 1 historic historicpersonage hlatoriclprnp historicpersonage
prnp personage A lilt ltl little I piece pf of haitfened haitfenedcUy har4el har4elci henfenedclay
clay ci upon which are traced lrc th th the mystic mysticsign mysticsigns
sign i of a language lnltuap that no 10 tongue Innl has haauttered hasuttered
uttered in common speech Jb for fil rore more than thanx000 1
3000 30 years YNr supplies ppli Ih h evidence evidenceBut idHC
But Slt Abraham Abrham I k only a secondary ndary figure figurein fllu flluIn
in this th new ne development dflyelopnt of ancient anrent Ma Malory h hbtory ¬
tory lor The T chief hi of fact fac brought brlabt out la I that thatthe tl tltb thatthe
the tb people rple of Ur from which Abrahamcame Abraham ArJrham ArJrhamCf
came Cf the people PplfO of the plains Illn of Bhimar Bhimarhad Rhlmr Rhlmrhlul Shitnarhad
had a story of the deluge dehl almost identical identicalwith Identcl Identclwith identicalwith
with that of the Old Teatsrosot TeatsrosotAmong TNtmt TNtmtAmo TeatametAmong
Among Amo Ib lb the tablet blri brought out of ofNippur ofNippur j
Nippur by I the thf lat lt expedition explton xp dltion from the theUniversity eheUnlve lb lbUniversity
University Unlve 11 of Pennsylvania wa wa one frag fragment fragmeat ¬
meat Int which bih IH part of n 1 deluge delu story storymore storymore to tono
more no ancient by h I 1000 GOO 0 years ye than thn any an that thathas thatbaa I
has b been found and nd antedating antftn by b at least leasttar laast2W lt ltyra
2W year the time that lbc Abraham Ahrahm left Ur Urto Urt Urto
to t go to the tb land lnd of Canaan CanaanThis lknaanThis nan nanThl
This fragment f < rnt has hA teen 1 deciphered dfl b 1 by byProf h hPf byProf
Pf Prof Hllprecht Ilpnht after afar month mont of labor laborEven labr labrE1 laborEven
Even E1 the Ib error ITOI In the te translation of oftbe ofIbe ofthe
the Bible Bble text from fr Hebrew Hew to English Kngliohmark Fn Englishmark < 111 111k
mark k the striking rkln similarity Imlall between lietweenthe
the Nippur Slpl story 11 of the deluge dhlC and nd that thatof tbl tblof thatof
of the te ancient alee Hebrews Hrob Prof Hllprecht Hllprechtpoint Hlprh Hllprechtpoint
point out Ot that the word ord which thetrane thetranelafors the trano tranolatoraof I Ilaloraof
latoraof lafors of a few r hundred hlnn yearssgn rendered renderedwindow I renderedwindow
window and ad which appears in all later laterversion ItrroM laterversionns
version roM of th the Bible Bibe as window wlndo really redlymeant reallymeant 1
meant roof rf in th the old Hebrew Hbr Where Whereour Whn
our Bibles BbIMY say a window Iadw shalt thou make maketo mkta
to th the ark rIt It should lold have h read I by bcort bcorttuo correct correcttranslation correcttranalatlon
translation tuo a roof rf shalt lal thou Ihol make to the theark theark
ark
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The Th tablet tablt story trr of o th the d dlup luge written riu I
3109 210 B C which hlh Prof Pf Hllprecht Hlprht ha hatraaststed b hatranslated
translated st contains etn this ella The e Lord Lr of th thGods te teO the theGods
Gods O says With a strong aC deck dek or roof roofcover rf roofcover I
cover It ItTh itThe
Th T history of o this tN tablet la given ya to the thepublic th thpubtto t i
public pb la tk t the fifth t YN vohns of o th lh the record recordof r neoordaof
of o th te the Babylonian Rbka expedition qlllo of the theUarrmity I IU theUahrity
Uarrmity U e of o Pennsylvania PIn Th T The book bookto b
to jut Ju off o th li pretax pretaxTk pt s sThe
Tk T tablet tabl ar are mad of o unbaked uaNIM stay clayprohah1y stayprokaely ea
prokaely p hardened kr being dried d in I tk tkstm t1 the theae
stm Tk wrtttag w wit traced t oa tk th the sur surfae w wfae
fae ru of tk t than tablets th la I character Cr whfeb whfebgreatly whlehheat
greatly heat 1 rvesmbl tk d the CktMa a method mo of ofwritbtg o ofwriting
writing of o tfc e rho pretent p day dayBeeause dayReswe
Beeause of o pie I long tka ts ha u f the tk tn earth eartkth earththe
th the tablet tW was teeraetad with wiU erytHato erytHatoof cl
of nitre Du wktck w fllled m up tk the charactera characteraBetide er charnetessEealdstheclay
Betide Eealdstheclay tk t clay ci waa in i a state of o decoei decoeiposlUoa d deoogtposition
position sad exceedingly difficult
xOlaly ccult to tokandl toIJ tohandle
pto
handle IJ without witot destroying r tn tM tablet tbl and aadlosing al andlosing
losing lo th th the preciou writing wq on o it itFor ItFor itFor
p
For week wM Prof P Hilarscht Hltt worked workedovers wr workedseveral
several overs 1 hours bo a day dy to t remove t the th te crystals crystalsand C
an and to t put p tk t the tablet tbl Into i a state In which whichit wl
it could be deciphered Then he h
It ol b dp n set et to towork t towork
work wc to translate tnt the th writing writings writingSRITCIINEX tnC tnClITCIF
lITCIF SRITCIINEX s travr T STRIKK STRiKFCnten STRIKKmien TIIU
mien 1 ere teprecfttaHv 1 ef e teHrMs RltrseaeReset teHrMsvarti
Reset aa Agruwet AgruwetCRwaco A ACscao gr tun nit nitCniraoo
Cniraoo Cscao March J ILin it IIIn In thwage e the wags C eon eontrove B Btfurr
trove t y between b th th the awttehasea mth of North NorthAmerica Noh NohAloa NorthAmerica
America Aloa and the Western Wr raflr raflrwhich railroad Iwbc i iwhich
which wbc has been before Wo an a arbitration arnto arbitrationboard I I Iboard
board tr for a week an agreement 1t waa waareached was0 was0reached I Irh
reached rh tonight tonightBoth tpt tonightBoth I
Both sides ald make m concession O and D a long longtbl lc lctbl kingtable
table tbl of o rates r was w submitted nblU4 and a agreed agreedto ae I
to t by b both b side a All fear fr of a at strike tk tkD ikeare ikearestow ro ronow
now D peat peatAH
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Week W ef e tk Great O tauten I Artist Ar May MayNwaM M fayNew
NwaM New Raseesalletrepst eaatM lHflU lrBHiaMasemi lrBHiaMasemiJa ian M Me Heisn Heisnens
ens Ja e ef f the Pew e In 1f Which W a Load Loadtaae L sadsraprlppeansIHstsry1OwnersNp
sraprlppeansIHstsry1OwnersNp sraprlppeansIHstsry1OwnersNpThe taae f Appears r Htatry t o oxlbltlo f ewatrtMp ewatrtMpTk
Tk exhibition xlbltlo yesterday toa for the first firstUrn fr firsttitre
Urn t of th the painting pltlnc by b Frans lisle I the thefamous thetAI thefamous
famous tAI Dutch Ddl artist alt of ofblmlf himself and family familyla fmi
la I th IU Metropolitan Meroplt Museum ul m of o Art Ar Ulnga Ulngaout In Ino
out o th the h fart fa of the purchase plrcbu of this thl paint palnttag paintteg pailtlc
tag lc from fr Duveen Oy Bra Bro by b Otto 010 H Kahn Kohnth Kan Kanthe
th the banker bker Mr Kahn lian procured prrd It within withinth wltin wltinb withinthe
th the b last W month at t a private sal sale Ie so 8 that thatthe tbtthe thatthe
the actual acual price paid is not no known to the thepublic t thepublic 1 1pubic
public pubic Roth Bb parties prtl refuse rrfl to give this thisInformation Ui thisinformation
Information Iforatl but lit tho conservative CMtve fctl 9stlmate fctlmate l lte
mate te of those tho who ho know plane paO the figure figuresomewhere fcur figuresomewhere
somewhere hero between Jwtn S2000W 10 and ane CJOOOO CJOOOOThsjjalntlng S 0600 0600Th e
Th Thsjjalntlng Thepatlnr painting which is I T 7 Tt by It I 112 ladiesI ladies IDcea IDceaI
I I a family rml group consisting conillnc of the tb artist artistaad artlatd artiatand
and d his bi second Id wife Lybeth 1MI b Ileynlers Ileynlerstheir 1II 1IIther Iteynientheir
their ther son e and daughter a regro r a slave slaveand aave aaved slaveand
and d the th family fmi dog In one on corner cmr of tbe tbepicture tbeplcu thepicture
picture plcu U I a view vl of I lie Ih old Dutch city et of ofHaarlem ofnr ofifarlem
Haarlem nr It I i ill one of the few f paintings paintingsby plltinl plltinlb
by b Hals In which landscape lacup apx aPIJ appetr appetrThe r rThe
The Te first lr recorded rn41 l ownnr ownerof of the th painting paintingla plnllne plnllneI
la I William Wllm Brivlow of Ioti 1ldon < lon who wh isaupposed I Iuppoevd la laaupr
uppoevd aupr to have brought it I 1 Ins 1 Dover Doverstreet Overatr DoverStreet
street atr early in th b eighteenth Itlrth centuryAt century Ontur
At C the Ihe1 sale of Brintown Hlto collection ollelon in ITM 1TaIapproximately ITMapitroxlmately n nPJlxlmalel
approximately bis hlnepb hi nephew John Ward Wardpurchased Wardpls Wardpurchased
purchased pls It I It had ha stayed e with wih the theWard tht theWard
Ward since until Col Ward Wanleof Wardof
Wa family IVI ever aln0 Intl 1 Wne Wneo
of o Ih 12 tbs present generation < ratlon of flquerrys flquerrysCourt Rue RueCr SquerrysCourt
Court Cr Westerham Wealrbn Kent Ket who added add tb tbe the thee
e to t th the family faml name na disposed dlp of it itto I itto
to Duveen OYe Run Bm who exhibited nhibie Ib tlupainting Ibpainting IhpalnCn
painting palnCn until lint I Mr Kahna peurouase peurouaseThe puroi puroiThe pro Ie IeTh
The Th painting plnlln until 1011 IBM 1 had reposed re 1 in inthe Inthe inthe
the Ward Wane private collection rllplloll unknown unknownto Inklon InklonCo
to the te public plbllc During Drln < that yea it Itshlbiled wa waexhibited waexhibited +
exhibited at the old Id Martin Iatll exhibition exhibitionfat exhibitlunI
fat I the Royal Ryl Academy Acem at London LondonMr Iondo
Mr Kahn la II planning plnln < a nw IW home and andIt ad adIt
It la I possible plhle that there the will il bn hf a special specialroom specialroan IMal IMalr
di ed in which thin
room r dmigned < Ihi painting paintingwill plntlnc plntlncwn
will wn hang bl Mr Kahn Kan said Id yesterday Iny hat Ihth thathe hath
h he would wol in all al probability Irobahilty leave love the thepicture th thpicture he hepu
picture on exhibition in th the Metropolitan MetropolitanMuasum MetropolitanMnssum 1rJII 1rJIIJua
pu
Muasum Jua until unti next nex fall He II cited ctt an aninteresting anInt8inc anintsre
interesting Int8inc intsre ting calculation ccllaion In reference refernc to tothe tothe tothe
the pictures pcure value yaue If I the Wards Wan hat hatpaid ba hadpaid
paid tie 30 originally nrielll for it which hle la I I in all allprobability al alpil 11 11probability
p
probability pil a smaller mar sum am thai ta they theyactually the theaul theyactually
actually aul did pay pe that n 10 d r deposited po pil1 ited a at atthat I Ithat t tth
that th time would old now under udr compound compoundinterest compolnd compolndIntr compoundinterest
interest Intr amount aunt to more no than ll XMSOO AM or orroughly orray orroughly
roughly ray tttftoon tttftoonTff It3o0ooTA o oT8
Tff INIfK OlK LtXKHS 1FHT IT lfHT tlGilTRtemshlp lfHTMrantvhlp WIT WIT1
Mrantvhlp Men Ha 1 Rsr That T1 With Wih the Ih Am Ambrie AmCann Ambros
brie Channel It la ire Nrressari NrressariAgents NerrsarAgents r rAata
Agents Aata of all Al transatlantic steamshipline steamshiplineswhh steamship IrmblpInMwllb
lineswhh line InMwllb with terminals at this port p conferred conferrecyesterday confer conferredyesterday
yesterday with Collector Clleor Ioeb AntUt AntUtaBT8feMry AMt AMtH Asslat1MtfIiRr
yery 1MtfIiRr onhe CurtU CurtUCommissioner furtiCommissioner +
aBT8feMry H > HfArorU t4S9 e Treanry Clrtl ClrtlCnmllofr
Commissioner Cnmllofr of f Immigration Immllntlon William WillUmiiHealth Wiim Wiim1llh WilliamHealth
Health 1llh Officer OfCr Doty Surveyor Klrynl Clarknon ClarknonDeputy Clrkon ClrkonDpt ChurksonDeputy
Deputy Colle or John Williams and andDeputySuneyorsRaitckiawicxandHmyth andDeputy
WIIm
Dpt an anI
DeputySuneyorsRaitckiawicxandHmyth DeputySuneyorsRaitckiawicxandHmython oput Deputy RlnfOo Rasckiewica RacklewlC and nd timyth Hmyh Hmyho
I on o the th subject ubJ of docking dOklnl ateamiihirM Itmahlp at atnight alnehl atnight
night nightTlie nehl nightThe
nehlTle The Tle conference CnfrrnN agreed c hat lhl night nl h dock dockIng dockI docking
Ing I was a necessity sloe In 4 the th opening of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Ambrose Amlm Channel Cnn1 and that nothing nothingsaould lolhinc lolhincMoul nothingshould
should Moul be h done to t hamper hamJr the Ih commerce commerceof rmlr rmlrof
of the greatest port In the th world worl1 It wan wansuggested wassuggested a aauf
suggested auf that the bent way w to faciliutenight facilitate facilitatenight fdUlolfnlt
night nlt docking d klne would olid l 1e to Inertw InC the theforce Ihefr thefurve
force fr of o Inspector from frm Mel t flfl to one involv involving InolIne involving ¬
ing an n additional dl lon I expenditure xpniturtl of < > f about aboutS37mn ahult ahult11tm shoutM7tOxt
S37mn 11tm by h the Treasury Department DepartmentTh Ortm1 Ortm1T
Th T present force fo it wa w wild wan a not notbig no notbig
big bl < enough Inoulh to do d UM tl > work uk properly and amiit Ild IldIt andit
it I I Is likely lkel that the th Collector Collfnr and AMixt AMixtant Aillllnt Assistant
ant lnt Secretary Karr Curti will I recommend rco m 1 the theemployment fut futeplOlt theemployment
employment eplOlt of additional addllIOllnllpo inspectors who whowill whoI
I will wlllM Iw selected kf from the civil vI service rllt list lUtThe listThe
The 1 unanimous lnnlmoua opinion of I the confer conference cnfer cnferN confersac ¬
sac N won that night docking doklol bad come c to tostay toIta
Istay Ita stay and that the lir only question qulon was how howthe bo bo11M howthe
11M the pnsaenger P I baggage 111C might micht h l IN > e + ex examined to1 to1alnO etamined ¬
amined alnO and the th paanenger 11 siedd ieed < > d with without without lib libout ¬
out Involving unusual unlal work ork on Oi the I jwrt jwrtof Ino art artof
of o the th Inspectors InniiectorsAIK InlMOh InlMOhUFO Inspectorsi1EX1
AIK UFO i1EX1 TtER FR JHU MWOVIM HF rU rUI ll llHe illHe >
He I Via One of r the Ih Original elln Klaiulanl KlaiulanlfMI lallanl lallanlomn
Men MenCrxcwNarr MctiCINCINKATI
oft Cempanv omn r
CINCINKATI CUIUIUT Marsh arh IH I Word Hr1 wa re received r rC recrewed ¬
crewed C here late tonight of no tli the > death d4alh to today 10d today ¬
day d at t tong Beach Cal la of Alexander AlexanderMcDonald tkzamlerMci xndfr xndfrMcl
McDonald Mcl > n ald l of f this city rt a member mmllr of the theoriginal th thoreRI theoriginal
original oreRI Standa Standard Oil 01 Company CompanyMr om n nHr
Mr McDonald eOnal left ft her hr six Ix weeks wk ago agoto al agoto
to leash M > k health hl h on the th Pacific Pal slope Iop accent accompanied accentpealed ¬
pealed pled by b his two granddaughter nu he and andsoninlaw a andtawInlaw
soninlaw lnI Edmund mun K Stalin StalinHs StatinH Sllo SlloH
Hs H had made his hi home hm principally prnclpl at atth atthe t tIlhe
the th WaldsrfAstoria WalrIorla Waldsrf Mtoria in New w York for forseveral forseveral
several NI years ra sine Inc the tb death deth of hi Ii his wife wifeMr wifeMr if
Mr McDonald YeDald was horn hm in Scot Stln Scotland Scotlandand bind bindand
and cam cam to t thi this country count in IMI 116t llewa llewapresident II IIplldHt Ifs was waspresident
president plldHt of th the Standard 8ndr Oil 01 Company Companyef Compn
of Kentucky IltUCk and nd a rtlrertornf drorf the theCmel theCmegle theCmegleTrust Carnegie CarnegieTrust
Trust Trt Company CmpR the C C C A fit I DRailway L LRailway
Railway Company COIP th th the Gulf QIIC and Chicago ChicngoRailroad Clmo ClmoRll ChicagoRaittead
Railroad Rll th t the Interstate Intetto Rsouritlen srit Com Company Compayad Compay ¬
pay payad and th the 1oble Mobile Jackson JtUn end Kansas KansasCity Kn KansasCity
City at Railroad RailroadCOVKT Rlr Rlreel RailroadCAraT
CAraT eel EJ9tH J tVflV tVflVM t tJ iNlAXlint
M J lint jt T4t 1 Beet 8 tC e ce Cetre Men Hh 1 Have HavKccHraed H Hr HaveRadgaM
KccHraed Free r Ita H Mtmbfrsfcla MeebersMpCnicaso MtmbfrsfclaCKICAOO H HCIIC4M
CKICAOO CIIC4M March Ml 113ien U 1 Xn who b have havrsstgncd nv havererlgned
rsstgncd 1 from a labor lh union N1 may ma Had gadpeeteetlat Hadprotect ki
protect peeteetlat tot ll i in th the court c from f coercion coercionby <
by tk t the union U which whle theyhavekft they tuhln have Uft Sothe SotheAfjwMat Stho SthoA SotheArtte
Court held In decision decisionregarded decisionregsrdid
AfjwMat A Cl he1 today toT a dlo dlorl
regarded a as vital flta in I th the adjustment aJuCt of oflakwr o oflabor
labor rl I dWr 4HC differences differencesThe nc ncThe
The T case C grew a out of a plea pia for an anInjunction anlucO aninjunction
Injunction broughtj by employees of tk tkChicago rte rteChicago
lucO bq b epl o 1
Chicago Ci Railway Rlw Company P7 who held heldthat hl heldthat
that tht Division Dlyll Jtl 2 of the te Street r Car Men MenUnion K ManUnion
Union Uni from which whi they t bad h resignedwa resigned rp rptllpioa
wa attempting tllpioa to secure cur their hflr discharge dischargeby dlrl
by b tb the company companyEvery t conpsnysEwry p
Every Er one o ha h ha the th right to enjoy nJo the thefruit thefri thefruit
fruit fri and nd advantages adnnt of Ii his own m indus inditetry lA industry ¬
try t try th 1M Court C bold bol If I oa it ls I urgedthe urged urgedthe ur
the purpose of the tlo conspiracy olracan and tlt tltcr threatscharged threats threatscharged
charged cr pr was 1 to secure Ire the u complainant complainantdtsntiarge tmplalnt tmplalntIn complainanttltehatgn
dtsntiarge In the event net that tt they refused refusedto rPf rPft
to t withdraw Wihdraw their tblr resignations IICo from fr the theunion Ihllui theunion
union ui It ws W was an effort U t > coerce them themto tbe
eo
do what In their Judgment their
to blt I thll Juct own m owninterest
Interest did didlot not require rul and a was unlawful unlawfuland unlawfuland
J
and wrongful won wraptulToday a ulfull I ITodays
a To Today a finding fln re reverse the decisionef decision dei
ef th tlel lower court c where whre the alt suit to t en1 en1jofat en enjobs
jobs Jo o th the union uJ was W dismissed dl Tbe Te bill billa 1I bi billII
a filed f to the t Circuit Crit Court Cr recited rt that thatth thatthe
th the complainants cplalt resigned from rr tb tbualea t the theumlon
ualea 1 ul because b they L objected obl r to speeding speedingMStO apUnf speedingiieo
MStO eo of f th tb the fund t of o th the organisation ergsniaationigrorpasra organisationfor lrUCD lrUCDpr <
for tnkmpaign igrorpasra purpose pr in i support Ip of ofp ofr
p 1
r
AVSTRRU3SIAX ArJTrtUN COMPACT COMPACTThey CVPAC CVPACT
They T Will W Caeperat c la tu Ik Wear I Ic Baa BaaR 8 a aReport
R Report rt to toSfftitl inSyrttr
Sfftitl CtUt c DrnmtH Dcl M t Tie T Ben BenLOXDON ensLennox
Lennox Lxo March Urh It ItThe The St S Petersburg Petersburgcrraspondent Petersbarjcorrospondeat u uctpoadat
corrospondeat ctpoadat of th the T TolIrspt jrasA says thai thaiaa tt tta thatas
aa a Important Ilporn agreement aalt bstwsen w Russia RuwUand A Aad Russiaand
and ad Austria th the result ult of recent r t nsotta nsgotiations nsottatlons IItt
tlons Io will wll shortly abrt I be b aaaouaced aaaouacedTb alloUM alloUMTh
Tb Th two countries cuatrie will under utr the agree agrearaent agreement 1
raent mt cooperate cpte harmoaloutJy hr harmoafot lou ely la I the theNear theSer theNear
Near Ser Fast E being bn not so e much mich tied Ue to each eactother e eachother h hothr
other othr a bound blnd to Identical IdftUcl EUfpn EUfpnInte Europeaninterests European EuropeanInterest
Interest InterestThe Inte interestsTh
InteTM
The St S Petersburg P bure correspondent crptont of lh lhrRi he theTim heth <
Tim says th th the agreement crmPflt between bten Roams Ruesuand RUa RUaad Roamsand
and ad Austria Aura recognize plZ the Ih status tatt quo qu In Irthe Inthe inthe
the Balkan llllUl and ad leads to th the resumption resumptlorof umplon umplonof
of cordial clal relation The Th correspondent cnrrespondtnlsucribn Crpdellt Crpdelltcb correspondentaecribe
sucribn cb RuaslaM lilal concession cn lon of cert Crtl Crtlpnta certain certainpoint air airpoint
point pnta to tl the recent rnt auspicious aupicioll change c In irh Ine inshe
she h e Turcollulgarisn TurUI Turcol ulgarin < rin relation 1tloM which war warrant wrrt warrant
rant rt confidence co dtuce in the peaceful pCful develop development dllylopmtnt development
ment In Balkan Blkn affair DIIra In n the future futureSTRIKK fuuro fuuroTI huuroSTRIKE
STRIKE TI cMirn 11 ton tonKnapp m 11AXMA1 11AXMA1Knapp I IUa1
Knapp Ua1 tad > rl r e4H T Trsag Tr > leB llanl ani le f finest Hf a iTraet aT aTruss
Truss T > Belwren BI Railroads end nd Inlen InlenCHICAGO 1stnCHlcano I
CHICAGO March a h IN II With the thf tint tme for forthe forI forthe
the I walkout wkolt of f 25as 25 < iio 1 member meb of the theBrotherhood I theBrotherhood h h8rolhrhod
Brotherhood 8rolhrhod of Railway nI1 Firemen Flra and nd En Enginemen Fo Enginemem
ginemen < hfmf1 employed mplo on 01 fortyeight fortY abt abtIm Ww Wwtern Weetern
tern roilnuul raUrol fixed for Monday siren sireniiou atnIOU atrenonus
onus IOU uforts nort ortA are re being bnc made by byKnpp Messrs MessrsKnapp MessrsKnapp
Knapp and ad Neill Xi to effect tr a truce truceTht lr truceThe
The T > foot fat that the strike o I Irik ride IUM hut been I called calledfor cl calledfor
for Monday 101ly was w disclosed diaclof today tod although al although 1 1tholab ¬
all affectetl hound l lu luM tosecrecy
though IXTBOIIH rli rel1 are ar < i isecrecy
secrecy secrecyChairman M secrecyhairman
Chairman nn W C Nixon lllon of the II railroad railroadgenera ra111 railroadgeneral
genera Cnr general managers maner committee mmmlttf declares decltnwthat de1 declaresthat
that thI there th I is nothing 10tbn < to say at 11t 11tW trcetit trcetitW
W H Carter rlfr president 1ldent of the union Illon IllonIhat says sayiHint saysthat
Hint the th only agreement an nt thus for f rearlteil rearlteilI 11J1
I 1 k that 1ht neither lellhflr side I Ia to make any anyAtalerneut anyotatetneut ny nytlelt
Atalerneut tlelt O 01 It I Dlckeon Dlckenclahpokea Dlckenclahpokeam Dickesonudiclalspokesman iflclal spokes spokesman ¬
man m for the th I he general r managers mu has hasnothing h hasnothing
nothing nolhln < to tuRIYflout give out beyond bo I he th assert assertion assertionthat ion ionthat In InIhat
that the Ih situation in I hopeful hopefulsr hoplul hopluliTtH hopefulASTOR
ASTOR sr iTtH K KSTATE IU4Ti E TITF RKAPPRAISAl RKAPPRAISAltppellale 1FIIRUU 1FIIRUUplai REIPPRIMAIlppellale
tppellale plai IHtlalea 1 fpnM k1 the tl ftcrrcsatt ftcrrcsattta kI kIIII
ta IIIThf Ordrrtag One OneThe OneThe
The appeal a PJ I by John Jacob Jacb Astor AstorM
M 1 Orme Or Wilson Win and William Wii M Crulk Crulkliank Clk Clkhank Cruiksfank
hank as executor Xfto of the th will i of Mrs MrsCaroline MrarUnfl MrCaroline
Caroline rUnfl W Astor from the te order orff of olSurrogate of8ulTO ofSurrogate
Surrogate 8ulTO < I Cohalan directing dlntlaR a reap reappraisal reeprpraisal p prralll ¬
praisal of the estate Ie wa w dismissed dlml by bythe bythe bythe
the Appellate Division Ovllon of the Supreme Spfme SpfmeCourt SupremeCourt SupremtCourt
Court yesterday r The estate tte was ap appraised appraised p ppral ¬
praised pral at lleit2M 1t12123 aa a the gross co real realand realand 1 1and
and personal Jr1 estate but bil the tb Surrogate Surrogatewouldnt 8ulte 8ultewouldt SurroBtewouldnt
wouldnt wouldt confirm It because bl he h said Id h hdidnt he hedldnt hedidnt
didnt think that the appraisal ppr1 had bd bdmild been bestmade beenmade
made with ih the care cno demanded dmndO He de declared d dci dodared ¬
dared ci that tht the th appraisal of thefurniture thefurnituresilverware thfumitl thfumitljwI thefurnituresilverware
silverware jewels Ac should lould have havbeen haveb havebeen <
been b accompanied by affidavit amdavltsIIREHI19 affidavitIIHKRIiS tdta tdta18FRI
IIHKRIiS 18FRI niFFIClLTIKS niFFIClLTIKSV DrTICflLTIU DrTICflLTIUahl
V 1 M Warship ahl le I Br B tent lt There Tte to I Curb CurbIMiMitrrl ru Curbttserderq
IMiMitrrl IMedr Tribes TrKKVIBHIXOTOX T TribesWaansorox
VIBHIXOTOX W RIO March rch in I At the t re requ request
qu quest t of the Ih Liberian lhn Government OOYmMt th thState te teHlte the theState
State Hlte Department Drtmet will wi send d the scout scoutcruller aut autnlr scoutenuiser
cruller nlr Birmingham Blrlltham now no at lt Norfolk Norfolkto Sorok
to the coast ot of Liberia Iber to help the t floe Government 0 floemnm ¬
ernment Pmft mnm nt in quelling qlltln the te disorderly dlory tribes tribeswhich trib tribeswhich
which are threatening thtine the Government GovernmentThe Oovmment OovmmentTe
The Te Birmingham HlrlnC4m will wi later lat < r be b relieved len by bythe byIhe bythe
the crui Crir cruiser er Dm Moines MoinesA lonea loneaA
A war wa vnsel will be b sUloned tlo In Ll LlIwrisn I IJberian
Iwrisn hern waters until Inlll the State Depart Department lpn lpnmlOt Department ¬
ment decide I I what bt action clon Is to t be taken takenupon takenupon km kmupn
upon upn the recommendation rwluDrdlo of the com commlMion c cornmission
mission wnicb recently visited yJale that cht coun uountry country c ¬
try lilwrU 1lhr is practically pricly bankrupt bnkrpt ami amithe sndthe n1 n1lhot
the Government Gov mmMt ia i trying Irnc to Induce Indu0 Am Amcan AI AnteIvan >
Irn Ivan can bankers hllkt to give < ye financial nnandl assistance assistanceSIUCKIETWS alln allnilIUFT assistanceSHiRlETON
SIUCKIETWS ilIUFT 8 NEXT KT rT TRIP TRIPmil TR TRIPMID
mil 1 G ie Kxptertag R1plo In 1011 111 Mf tsf Ha Today Todayf T TfrTttr dsy dsyfr
f frTttr frTttrr fr r TW i wuntrj wuntrjpm untr untrpnt I
+ pm pnt l CN rf r < lr titipitt ro It I Tae Tn flex flexLONDON I ReaiOSDONMarch
iOSDONMarch LONDON 1ON March 11r1 I is Sir Kruel Shackle Shackleon Rkle RkleIon I
Ion on ia I contemplating IlrmplalnJ another aloth south lt pole poleexptlllbin pl polexpilillon
exptlllbin xpdltln in 111 n on 01 a larger scale Ie than thanany tb thanany
any In Antarctic Anl lc enterprise ntrprl hitherto hihrto II 11 will willrobahly willprobably
probably 1111111 > need ne two dripsThe ships shipsThe hlp
The aim im will wi not Ixf h to t reach the th pole poleat pl plat
at any rate while wble the Scott Kt expedition especilu i iweklng I is isseeking
seeking kina to reach r ch it The 1f chief clttf object obJf will wille wl willbe
b be > e geographical clad and ncrcntlflc intlf exploration explorationn
In n Jp the Ih region r < lon between Ie n Cape p Adair and andGaiiM anc andOnus
Onus Oal Bay BayThe BayThe r rTh
The expedition xJllilol la I supported lpPrtf by hyof some someof cornof
of the th men most mt prominent prmln nt In the th scien scientific litn litntlro scontific ¬
tific tlro world It Ii will be b financed ftnanC privately privatelySir
Sir Ernest t and his wife wf will I sail I for New Newiork Se Seork NewYork
York on 01 the steamer mr Lusltania LIitl tomorrow tomorrowOFFKK tmorro tmorrofFFER tomorrowOFFER
OFFER fFFER TO COMPROMISE COIRfVUF TAX TAXKmnerfy TXu TAXKremedy
Kmnerfy u Relate idmlnlatrater ltrato Reek > eh r le leAvem I IR1 leAvstd
Avem Expensive R1 Utlgatlra UtlgatlraST Ut
ST Pave PACL March larh AttorneyGeneral IeAttornsyGsnenlSimpson IB 18AtomOMnl 18AtomOMnlAmp AttorneyGeneralSimpson
Simpson Amp who ho returned tumf last It night from fromthe tromte fromMie
the te East Et submitted Ilbmtt to t Oov G Eberhart Eberhartand Eb
and an State Rta Auditor Auit Iverson Innn today tyn aa offer offerof oe offerof
of th the administrators admlnltnto of tb the estate t of ofJ ofJ ofJ
J S Kennedy Key of New X fork Yo to pay pSI pSIIn StMme StMmeIn iNeeOIn
In settlement llet of Mineecotas ot claim elm ef efsomething 0 ofsomething
something Ihn like lk IwJOWO 1t a as State te loheri Inbenlance loheritanc lahe
lance tn tax taxThi ax taxThis
This doe do net llerily necessarily mean ml tk tkAttorB t the theAttorneyGenera
AttorB AUonO1 AttorneyGenera yOenral explaiasd 11 that t tk tkadministrators 111atrtora the theadntlnktratora
administrators atrtora acknowledge clot tk the State Sttaright StaterfaM Statesright
right to collect oa stock owad by b7ta a sea searye a arojideata
rye rojideata deata ta and 11 r represented cr eatd by property la lath I ItM lathe
th tM But but te merely to avoid npellllifUClalion xpaivlitigation xpaiv ipueslvelitigation
litigation litigationMr
Mr Simpson it te aaid ta not la I favor favorof I
of accepting th the compromise tale sad te I not notsure DOtarue notsure 1
sure th the State can accept It It but h he peek probably pnsIbly peekably ¬
ably will abide by tk the declaim of the tbeother t totlln theother
other confers COIIft COIIftIr confersIf j jIf
If th the compromte te accepted th thlegal t tI the thelegal
legal I text L of tha t lb applicability Of th the inMrltance in inheritance laherttaace ¬ I
heritance tax law to holding heldn of nosresidenta noa noaresident nolireetclettta
resident will be deferred deferredTRIAI deferredTRIAL rnd rndTaUIHfI
TRIAL sP V tr THE THE TilEMere PAPS PAPSMare COPS COPSMere
Mere malt TIt f Itmntrrd lIrHi Were ne Ip lpTn an anrhatgr enCharges
Charges Yesterday YntmrvtayThere Tn YesterdayThere HrIa HrIaThere
There were ere lot ewes on the trial calen calendar calendar eatendar ¬
dar at Police Headqua HeadquartorB ter yesterday yesterdayThe
The number r heretofore haa seldom 1c1omebey passed passedthe
the eighty mark and yesterday Second SecondDeputy 8tICOIIdDtpul SecondDeputy
Deputy Commissioner Kirby KirbyaI wa s shelp ss sslipied
aI lipied to help cut Trial Commissioner CommissionerWalsh COnI1BIeaI COnI1BIeaIYttta CommissionerWalsh
Walsh Commissioner Kirby conducted conductedbte cofId cofIdbia
his traps in th the waiting Itlnll room of th the pea pension pealion peaalon
lion office and Commissioner Waleh need needthe INdthe usedthe
the trial room Both place were crowded crowdedM
M day da Commlsion C r Walsh had forty fortyfour Conrour fortyfmu
four ease and Commtealoner eo Kirby sixty sixtyBarter a1ztJc sixtyIfipter
Barter c C4ltl lee i e f t a e New Twill TwillIar BersM RrraNslay BersMBdr
slay Nana fie Special 1aJ swla iatte and ao4CJu arUclj arUcljClarawsrrla uudSCtara
Clarawsrrla CJu nerve lets J Terwt rerrcMsrsaa r and BvirMa f fcte 7 7Ii Tb
cte Ii b BcaaiUul utut picture plflfnft ta color vr WHHsm WHauaesdog WHll4V
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WAHHIKOTOW March in Speaker Cart Caanons Cznon Cartnons
nons non close I friends acknowledged t tnight tI1lpt tot totnight
night that the combination of inetirgeati inetirgeatiand lnaurnand nsurgeutand
and Democrats has control of orUM the sit situation aituaUon tituation ¬
uation in lie the I House and that unless un sonic oomeomprombwi aomcompromlNl soniccompromise
compromise can he effected 1tCIfd or then thenis
is I a break hkln in the Democratic ranks the theSpeaker thaSpeaker llIe8pebl
Speaker U isslikely likely to go down to 0 defeat defeatTWa defNL1bLa defeatThis
This admission was made with notice noticeable nfjceable noticeable ¬
able sadness by the men who have stood stoodshoulder Moodboulder stoodshoulder
shoulder to shoulder with Speaker Ca Canoa l lnoe CaR CaRnit
nit for many year in domtoatlag dotRJaatlqaln UM UMaffairs thestain
affairs aln of the HouseMr House HouseMr
Mr Cannon friends frl believe b411 furtherthat further furtherUeat rurtiMrt1Qt
that he may ma resign from the SpeakerehJp SpeakerehJpif lp lpII
if be b Ie beaten s in the he present fightSpeaker fight flabtSpeabr fightSpeaker
Speaker Cannons Caa supporters then thenselves IhftBI thssselves
selves I after an all U night struggle on th thfloor tboor the thefloor
floor oor of the house made overture to toth tothe tothe
th the Insurgenta in the hope of reaching reachinga IcIChlDIcommon
a common ground on which wl b both can canttaad canataad camstand
stand Three conferences were told MidntatlVe3 by byrepresentatives j jlepresoatatlvea
representatives ntatlVe3 of the two 0 Republican Republicanfactions RapubUcarafactiON Republicanfactions
factions in the course Mil of the day da but butwhen butwlwft butwhen
when the House voted a recess at 4 oclock oclocktbk oclockthltl oclockthis
this afternoon until unt tomorrow morning morningthe mornla mornlat
the t deadlock was wILIIull still oa oaThe ORTIle onThe
The Caaaon force have eomeated cexwnt t 4 to toaa toaa toan
aa enlargement nlar mDt of the Committee oa oaRule 011RuM onRulem
Rule from five n to 0 ten member six 11 to tob tobe tobe
b be selected from the majority and four fourfrom fourfrom fourfrom
from the minority mlnorit party They have havefurther b btunb harefurther
further tunb consented to have these ten com coromittfemen cornmittretnen
I
mittfemen nominated by a party caucui caucuiaad cauCUIand caucusand
and elected by the House instead of biting be being IIna
ing appointed by the Speaker SpeakerThe i iThe
The Norris revolution which has iwbrought hasbrought I Ihrollhe
brought the trouble In the House to a ahe ahedfprovide
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hfladlprovld he d provide for the tb election of fifteen fifteenmembers ftflNtlmflmb4ra fifteenmember
members to the Rules Ru Committee by the thiHouse theflouts h hUOt
House UOt The compromise proposition profllillIDubmlttcod a asubmitted ae aesubmitted
submitted by b the Cannon force fo la I ac acceptable acceptable ¬ 1 1ceptabltt
ceptable to the th noar insurgent insurgentoreept insurgentoreeptin except exceptIn o I IIn
In one additional Addlti lal feature T The e near n r in insurgents in insurgents Inallraml ¬
surgents to any nothing nolhln of the lb rwil ru noIcala rulcal ruicals
Icala will ill not lint lilltn en to any proposition propositionwhich prorrosltionwhich I Iwhich
which doe not include the elimination eliminationof
of the Np Speaker aker from the membership of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee This 1 is the II point x > lnt on which whichthe whichthe biob biobthe
the two Republican factions In lire Housi Housiare 11011 Housare i ia
are a immediately at Issue tIuHker IssueSpeaker IssueSpeaker
Speaker Cannonn friend fri nda have ha told toldthe lldIhe toldthe
the near Insurgent that they th will not notstand nocaland notstand
stand for any ny proportion lh hilt t humiliate humllittbe humiliatethe i ithe
the Speaker through such aa n elimination eliminationprovision olimlnalJB3provision eltminstioaprovision
provision The Th Insurgent conferees confe hue htvefound huefound hivefound
found it impossible Im lble thus far frto to accept aay aaycompromise sgycompromise 8 i icompromla
compromise that does not contain thli tlthfeat tIt thlifeature a afeature
feature feat uno and nd members of the insurgent insurgenthand huutband insurgenttstnd
hand were w emphatic tonight in declaringthat declaring
that they the will not alter their attitude attitudeEfforts altudelIori attitudeEfforts
Efforts lIori are re being helD made tonight aad aadprobably aadpro andprobably
probably pro bl will be continued In the morning montefto
to get the Speaker himself to solve aol this thisembarrassing tkJ 1 1embarrassing I Ibarraaaiflc
embarrassing question Several Bev itj of Mr MrCannons MrChances I ICalla
Cannons Calla t1 closest friends are re urging ur him himto W himto I Ito
to go lato a party confereaee e and volun volunteer fol ¬ I Ileer jtee
leer the Ut assurance uranco that he wiN not aotOR serve servaoa serveon
oa a new Rules Jlu CommitteeAxoris Committee CommitteeAXOTMB Commit Commit4f0Tll
AXOTMB woman or COMPKOVIB COMPKOVIBAnother 01111I14onoll1 coatpn lag lagAnother
Another grouod for compromise colBplOftSlMII that thatIs
Is being boI suggested by the Csnaaa t4 f fsrdre fsrdreis re
1 is that t th the Speaker be allowed to serve serveout serveout i
lout out bis hi term oa the th present Ruts One Onemit Cornelttee 1
IlBlt mit elttee c until UIIiJllIuch March 4 under a at genttaMaa genttaMaaagreement R Ragreement
agreement t that thathewill I1owil1ot he will not serve gtssiMs gtssiMsdal f tr tkat tkatdata
data cia Iwa Ia letsthehep 11 ef > ettataefM tIM seise swek sewtaider sewtaidersfaiicting tstdsr tstdsrstanding t
i standing e eaa b be reached c a resolution was waadrifted wasdrifted
drifted dr M todajra to dats conference which wktekwhile whichwhll
while providing for tk the estarg eskrgeest e eat t of oftka 01JkIeII ofeke
eke Rules commune COS d and its e selection Iflt n bythe by bytk byKOI1e8
tk the Rouse contain nothing derogatory derogatoryto deroratoto
to tIM Speaker Her H la I ta the resolution resoluUoatkat reeolutloabaa resolutionflat
flat baa been proposed for substitution substitutionIn
In place of the th Nom resolution tvaolutlcaThe
The Committee on fides 1M shall 11 consist rOllalltleD of ofln often
ln nxtmber ftl six lx of whom shall be msmbsrs msmbsrsof
of toe roajavtty J IIr party and nd four of whom whomshall wumahal whomshall
shall be member mber of the III minority party all allof aUIIf anof
of whom shall be elected ele ead by b the Ih House by bymajority b7mJoril bymajority
majority vote voteThe voteTh 0109Th
The Th Committee on Kales till shall sefeet fd Its Itsown Itsow luown
ow own chairman chairmanAll
All rule lea or part thereof Inconsistent lnfoeslitatwith
with this resolution atloa are hereby repealed repealedIt
It to understood that the plea of th thorfjaalxation 1M 1MolllMitJon theorg
orfjaalxation org seJsation leaders 1 tonight to It a osm osmpromla CitfBproM cltnptontlee
promla proM along these line can b be reached reacheda
fa a that hill resolution or on one similar m M to tot tola
I la t shall 1 b be Introduced in I the House hy hyUr hIMr byMr
Mr Cannons own Rule Committee Coenml at attomorrow attomorrow attomorrows
tomorrow session on and pushed through throughwithout throughwithout cbithout
without debate Speaker Cannon him himkIf 111mMlrlt himself
self Mlrlt it la understood ha taken th the stand standthat etndthat standthat
that ha will go dawn fighting nvther nvtherthan II nMherthan br brtball
than consent to the humiliation that thatwould thacwOQId thatwould
would attend th the postage of a resolution resolutionpeolflcaUy resolutionspeettfeallyeiminatingblrnfrom Iution IutionPft
speettfeallyeiminatingblrnfrom peolflcaUy Pft eliminating him II from thsRulea thsRuleaCorttoiHUw tbeRulMCommJtie the Rules RulesCommittee
Committee Tit The S Spttfccr takere clAM fri friends frifilldala friendsaka adi adiJM
JM aaid feat tlwy wlB taU with bte tCp IC
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