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THE IOLA REGISTER; FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1002
W sv A. K HARD ON TILLMAN Held that nabe wiih In Coutcmiit of the bemito It Would not be Proper for Jlliu to Attend Washington, Fob. 24. The Presi dent has withdrawn his Invitation ex tended to Senator Tillman of South Carolina to attend tho dinner given tonight In honor of Prlnco Henry of Prussia at tho Whlto House, It Is stated that this action upon tho part of tho ProsldentBwas raado necessary from the fact that, owing to occur rences upon tho iloor of tho Senato last Saturday, tho Senator from South Carolina was declared In contempt of tho Sonato. Sonator Martin, of Vir ginia, a member of tho commltteo on naval affairs, has accepted an Invita tion In Tillman's place. Tho lnvlta tlon was extended originally to Mr. Tillmanjowlngto tho fact that he is tho ranking minority member of tho naval affairs commltteo. There was a sequel to tho decision of tho President to elimlnato Senator Tillman from tho list of dinner guests. Tho Presldont sent for Senator Cock roll of Missouri, and asked him as a friond and Democratic colleague of Mr. Tillman to suggest to tho latter the propriety of withdrawing his ac ceptance of tho dinner Invitation. Tho President oxplainod his attitude in tho matter and said that In view of the contempt proceedings Mr. Tillman's presence would not only be an alTront to tho Senate, but a discourtesy to Prlnco Henry. Mr. Cockrell necepted tho commission and later teler honed tho President that Mr. Tillman abso lutely refused to withdraw his accept ance, in response to tho President's suggestion. Tho President immedi ately cancollcd tho invitation In a nots bo dispatched directly to Mr. Tillman shortly boforo noon today. In this noto which was very brief anil formal tho Presldont stated ho regretted that ho was obliged to withdrawitho invita tion, simultaneously Senator Martin of Virginia was invited to tnko Mr. Mr. Tillman's place at tho dinner, as tho noxt ranking Democratic member of tho Sonato naval alTalrs committee. MOHK SENATE DISOKDEK Washington, Fob. 24. Tho Senato mot today at 11 o'clock. Both tho South Carolina senators wero upon tho floor. Mr. McLaurin camo in first and Mr. Tillman just as tho chap lain offered prayer. A small bunch of red rosos and whlto carnations lay on Mr. Tillman's desk. At tbo request of Mr. McLaurin Mr. Prltchard offered a resolutiou direct ing the privileges and elections com mltteo to Investigate Mr. Tillman's charges ,that Mr. McLaurin was im properly influenced to vote for tho Spanish peace treaty. Tho resolution was referred to that commltteo. In the debato that followed Mr. McComas of Maryland denied Mr. Wellington's charge that tho former was influenced to voto for tho troaty by promises of President McKlnley. Mr. Wellington showed intense feeling. Senator Wellington, replying to Mr. McComas, said that If Mr. Mc Comas would repeat outsidetho Senate chambor what he had told the Senato In tho speech he had just made, he (Wellington) would toll McComas that It was a cowardly and malicious falsehood. Mr. Hoar promptly called Mr. Wellington to order and tho Pres ident pro tern, as promptly directed Mr. Wellington to take his seat. MAY HE KESTOKEU By Ecrlpps-Mcllne lrea ABa'n. Washington, Feb. 2."). Tho Senato took an adjournment today after a fifteen mlnuto sosslon when a resolu tion restoring Tillman and McLaurin to tho rolls waB presented. THEIHINAMES HESTOKED Washington, Fob. 23. ThoTlllmnn McLaurln squabblo was takon up this morning In tho senate commltteo on privoleges und elections. It is ex pected a resolution will bo passed sus pending both senators from partic ipating in tho proceedings of tho senato for a limited tirao. Washington, Feb. 25. Tho most I m portant dovolopmont today in connec tion with thoTlllman-McLaurlneplsodo of last Saturday was tho act of Sena tor Fryo, president pro tempore of tho senato, in ordering the clerk of tho sonato to rostoro tho names of tho two South Carolina senators to tho senato roll. Tho order of Sonator Fryo for tho restoration of tho names to tho rolls was issued almost immediately aftor tho senato convened today and was the result of a general conforenco among tho Republican leaders of tho Bonato. Whon asked for an explana tion of this order, Senator Frye said: "In my rulings yestorday, I bollovo that I was strictly within parlimontary laws; that senators In contempt aro not entitled to recognition either to speak or to voto, and that, logically thnlr names should not be called. I still adhero to that opinion, but do slrous lof shifting tho responsibility from tho chair to tho sonato, I have directed the olork to rostoro to tho rolls tho names of tho two sonators from South Carolina." When asked If tho result of this ac tion would bo tho recognition of the senators to voto or speak, Sonator Fryo ropllod that It would not, that that was a quostlon which must bo de cided by tho senate. Ho declined, Dr.Fcnncr'sd oMSuitisHuuntls.llhi'uiiiatWnitNeuiiilyift, MnoMinMnHWtaWkMmMl 12 A tiiuk Bricmc it ali, INFLAMMATION fiorethront UeaiUche (ft minutes). Tooth, none (I minute), Cola SoreM'elont.ett' "tc. jjoinsrojminjyjjvorBHmH, (CUKES ANY PAIN INSIDE OK OUT I a in one lu uiiiij iiuiiiiifb. Bjiteiltn. Tho doc. ilie by mall COc. Freloala,N.Y. For salo by C. II. Spencer, however, to state how tho question would bo brought to tho attention of tho sonato. Inquiry In othor quarters developed tho fact that thcro had been a confer ence of senators In Senator Aldrlch's committee room during tho forenoon, and that tho extent of Sonator Frye's ruling, and especially Its far-reach-effect, not only in this case, but as a precedent, had been very exhaustively discussed, the'constructlon being that tho action of tho president pro tcm in striking tho names of tho South Caro lina senators from tho roll and his re fusal of a request to have their names called, was beyond precedent In the sonato and not entirely justified. TILLMAN'S PROTEST. Washington, Fob. 21 The protest which Senator Tillman today endeav ored through Senator Turner to pre sent to tho Sonato Is In part as fol lows: "Tho undersigned, holding a com mission in this body from tho sover eign state of South Carolina as ono of its Senntors, and having been in tho full and undisputed exercise of that high office for seven years last past, solemnly protests against depriving him ;of tho right of such Senator to voto on tho pending mensuro and to take part In the proceeding of tho Sen ato for disorder committed in its pres ence on tho last legislative day boforo tills, an act committed in tho heal of blood and which ho regrets and has apologized for.JThat incident has past and gone and ho is now in his place as a Senator, desirous .of proceeding in order and in 'accordance with tho rules of tho Senato In the performance of his high duties Intrusted to him by tho authority and under tho seal of tho state of South Carolina. "In making this protest tho under signed is not moved by considerations personal to himself. Ho is not restive under tho just discipline of this body. Ho is ready to cheerfully accept such orders as It may make for the vindi cation of its rules and Its dignity. But, until that order shall havo been made, and until ltshall have adjudged his expulsion, if tho Senate thinks his offonso merits that punishment, he cannot silently permit his state to bo deprived of its full constitutional representation on tho floor of this chamber, which is most notably extra pllfled in its right through its Sena tors to vote and speak upon every measure beforo it. All of which Is respectfully submitted for tho consid eration of the Sonato." KANSAS AN0LE0 STATE Second in List of Producers with '22 IV r Cent of the Total Washington, Feb. 24. Secretary Wilson of tho Department of Agricul ture has transmitted to tho Senate, which has tho House bill intended to kill tho oleomargarino Industry, a roport showing tho production and distribution of oleomargarine in tho United States. The statistics show that Kansas ranks second in tho manufacturo of oleomargarine, with about 22 per cent of tho total product, aud that Illinois Is first with 40 per cent. In 1900 tho output of oleomarga rino in Kansas was 10,080,400 pounds. In 1001 It was slightly less, tho llgures not bolng givou. Tholproduct of Mis souri in li)01 was approximately 4 million pounds. BOUyi)UVEl. NO BON) Kay, the Wife Murderer, Maintains mi Air of Stoicism. Topeka, Fob. 24 James C. Kay, who murdered his wlfo on tho night of February 0 with a flatiron and then attempted to hang himself, was bound over to tho district court this morn ing. Ho was brought into court shortly boforo 0 o'clock and during tho ontlro hearing sat with his oyos fixed upon tho iloor and his right hand upon the tablo. Ho never onco moved hlB posl tlon or shifted hlseyes. His muscular neck showed no sign of his attempted sulcldo. TO GO OUT SATURDAY Motcalf Will Soon bo In Clmrgo of Pension Olllce. Topeka, Fob. 25 General Motcalf, who is to succeed Cyrus Lelnnd ns pension agent noxt Saturday, called on Loland today and paid his re spects. It Is the first time ho has been In tho ponslon office slnco his appoint ment. Loland showed the General around through tho offices and ex plained tho work In detail. General Motcalf will havo only ono appoint ment to make in tho olllco. He is allowed a confidential dork. Lotand's confidential man was his son-in-law, Harry Flnloy. Flnloy will probably loavo tho pension olllco whon his fathor-ln-law stops out Saturday. General Motcalf Is not ready to say who his confidential man will bo. That position Is not under civil sorvlco, THAT INDIAN "UPRISING" No Thought of War, Says a Crcok Editor. Eufaula, I. T., Feb. 24 Alcxandor Posey, editor of tho Eufaula Journal, believes that the "uprising" of tho Snako band of Creek Indlanshas been unduly magnified by nowspaper cor respondents, and Ithat tho intentions of tho Creek aro anything except war like Posey Is a Creek citizen himself and in speaking lof tho proscnt "up rising" ho said: "For a week or ten days two or three hundred Creek Indians of tho Snako faction havo been encamped at Hickory Ground. Last Wednesday they wore joined by about fifty Chero kees. Theso people aro too numerous for councilors and too few for war. They aro aB farfrom meaning harm as tho corps of government clerks at Muskogee. "Theso poor pcoplo aro in a 'pitiful condition. Thoy llvo principally on 'sofkey,' but last year thoy raised llttlo or no corn, so thoy now havo little or no 'sofkey' to cat. Thoy aro tho most Ignorant among tho Indians and, llko tho most ignorant among tho white people, thoy bcliovotho party In pnwor makes good or bad crops at pleasure. As a consequenco thoy do- ploro tho Porter administration In tho Creek nation. "These poor people aro assembled at Hickory Ground to do "some thing." Somo of them want to sell their land and buy a now Creek na tion in Mexico or South Amerlcn. Others, tho most numerous, aro trying to reorganizotho ancient Creek gov ernment hero and expol tho whlto pco plo by reviving an old law untlor the operation of which no Indian may Ieaso or rent land to a whlto man or employ a whlto laborer. "An attempt was inado last winter to carry this law Into effect. Armed light-horsemen' of tho Snako govern ment rode over tho counry In bands warning Indian Inndlords to dismiss their whlto tenants and threatening punlshment'lf not heeded. Punishment by whipping was Inflicted in a fow in stances. "Tho alarmed landlords nppealedto Undo Sam for nld. Deputy marshals and soldiers and Indian police were sent and thoy arrested tho now Snake government, which nover dreamed of wrong-doing, and put tho olllcials in jail on a charge of 'disturbing tho public serenity.' As tho courts of tho United States nover recognized tho Snako government, tho habeas corpus writ did not operate so as to release tho men. Snake and his folks lived in jail until thoy promised to be good. Then thoy wero discharged on parolo after pleading guilty to something or other. "Nothing was said In tho parolo about what was to be dono in case of a failure in tho corn crop and a conso quent dearth of 'sofkey.' So, tho un expected having happened, tho Snakes are again disturbed and there are 'doings' at old Hickory Ground." THE SENATE PASSES IT Appr oves Philippine Tnrifi Hill Uy Strictly Par Vote Washington, Fob. 24. Aftor eight hours of tumultuous'dcbnto today, the sonato, shortly beforo 7 o'clock this ovening, pnssed tho Philippine tariff bill by n voto of 40 to 20, a strictly party voto. Mr. Tilman and Mr. Mc Laurin, tho two senators from South Carolina, who. on Saturdaylast, wero declared by the senato to bo In con tempt becauso of their light in tho chamber, wero not permitted, by voice or by voto, to participate in tho pro cecdings. Mnny amendments wero offered to tho Phlllppino bill, butoxcept those of fered by tho committee, only ono, an amendment restricting tho operation of tho sedition laws enactedby tho Taft commission, was passed. Tho amend mont of Mr. Foraker, fixing tho rato of duties levied uponproducts coming Into tho united States from tho Phlli pines at CO per cent of tho Dlngloy ratos, instead of 75 per cent, fas fixed in tho bill, was lost, but it received a largo Republican vote. IIudtho Dem ocrats voted for it as a party It would have carried, but many (Democrats) voted against it. As passed, tho mcasuro providosthat articles Imported Into tho Philippine archipelago from tho United States shall bo required to pay tho duties levied agalnBt them by tho Philippine commission and paid upon llko arti cles Imported into tho archipelago from foreign countries; that artlclos Imported into tho United States from tho Phlllpinos shall pay a duty of 75 percent of tho rates flxedjby tho Dlng loy law, less any export! taxes paid upon thoartlcles Bontfrom tho Phlllp pino archlpolago, as required by tho Philippine commission. All articles now Imported freo Into tho United States shall bo heroaftor oxempt from export duty Imposed in tho Philip pines. Tho dutlos and taxes colleetod in pursuanco of this act shall bo paid In tho treasury of tho Phlllppino Island? and usod for tholr benefit. Farm Loans. Five percent ontorest, ronsonablo commission. Call or writo I. II, Kus beer. Iola, Kansas. METEOR LAUNCHED Rain and n Chilly East Wind did hq Dampen tho Ardor of tho Ex pectant Guests By Ecrlpps-McHne Presi Aas'n. Now York, Fob. 25-The Kaiser's yacht, tho Meteor, was launched at ten-thirty this morning at Shooter's Island. It was ohilstenod by Miss Allco Roosevolt. Rain was falling and a chilling oast wind blow. Miss Roosovolt, tho President, his wlfo and Prlnco Henry stood at the stand near tho bow of tho vessel. At tho propor moment Miss Allco severed tho ropo with a sliver hatchet, tho weights wore released, pulling out tho wedges which released tho vessel, and It slid slowly down into tho water. As tho boat moved, Miss Allco crashed a bottlo against tho bow nnd said "In tho namo of-tho Emperor of Germany, I christen thee Meteor." Tho Presi dent and Prince Henry waved their hats as did tho crowd as tho vessel swung Into tho mlddlo of the stream. Tho President and tho Prince's par ty after the launching ropalred to the banqueting room In tho ship yards, but did not partako of tho luncheon. Toasts wero drunk at Henry's suggest ion to Roosovolt, and at tho hitter's call to the Prlnco nnd tho call of a guest to Miss Allco. Tho Prlnco es corted Miss Allco to tho ferry boat, after having presented her a boquet of roses. All left tho Island at cloven-ten. Thoy had arrived at Jersoy City about eight o'clock. Their arrival at Shoot ers island was marked by a saluto of twenty-ono guns. After thoylhad walk ed through the distinguished guests to tho stand tho German and Marino bands played national airs. Hesldes 2.10 policemen, two battalion of naval militia and secret service men by scores, polico tugs provented any but invited guosts from approaching the ways. Many thousand viewed tho launching from tho Long Island Bhorcs, in a licet of excursion boats. Despito tho weather tho launching was a great success. Beforo leaving tho Island Henry cabled tho Kaiser to this effect. 3LII CURTIS PRESIDED. In Speaker's Chair When Prince Hen ry Visited the House. Washington, Fob. 24. Representa tive Charles Curtis, of Kansas had the distinction of presiding over tho de liberations of tho house when Prlnco Henry and his suite entered tho speak er's gallery. Tho prlnco was greeted with a great burst of applause from the members on tho floor and the spec tators in tho gallery and many ladles aroso in their seats to see tho fine looking body of visitors. Mr. Curtis waited until tho prlnco had bowed and ho and his sulto had taken their scats when, as tho disturbance still con tinued in tho gallery, Mr.4;Curtis rapped for order and said: "Order must bo preserved In tho gallery and tho business of tho houso cannot proceed until all persons' havo taken their seats." Tho ladles ceased rubbering and scrambled into their seats, Mr. Curtis pounded out a fow moro raps and then resumed his usual dignity in tho chair. MORMONISM IN THE EAST West Virginia Furnished H.OUO Con verts Lust Year. Washington, Feb. 25. A largo num ber of ladles representing tho Federa tion of Women's Clubs, tho Interna tional Council of Womon und kindred organizations opposed to polygamy, wero heard by tho houso committee to day In favor of a stringent constitu tional amendment against polygamy practices. It was stated by tho vari ous speakers that Mormontsm and polygamy wero lurgoly Increasing in soveral far Western statos and rapidly Invading tho Eastern statos. Tho state of West Virginia, ', it was stated, fur nished 3,000 converts 'to Mormonlsm last year, and Pennsylvania and othor states were divided into districts nnd wero bolng systematically canvassed by Mormon missionaries. Representative Fleming, of Georgia, suggosted that a congressional com mltteo of lnvostlgationlgo to Utah und learn tho facts. Tho ladles wero will Ing to nccopt tho investigating com mltteo if a constitutional amendment could not be secured. Tho commlttoo did not, howevor, take final action. GIFT TO MISS ROOSEVELT Golden Bracelet With Picture In Dlainons of the Kaiser Now York, Fob. 25. Boforothelunch oon given upon tho Imperial yacht Hohenzollorn today In honor of Pres ident Roosovolt by Prlnco Honry of Prussia, a golden bracelet with a plcturoof Kaiser Wllholm'ln diamonds was presented to Miss Alice Rooso volt. It was tho omporor's gift to tho young woman as sponsor for tho now yaeht'Meteor. Tho presentation was raado by Prlnco Honry on bohalf of his brother, tho omporor. Tho prlnco mado a brief address and Miss Rooso volt thanked him. Tho bracolet is of vory handsome workmanship nnd tho portrait of tho omporor in diamonds is well mado. OUTLAWS' CONFESSION. Two Members lof lien Cravens' Oiuig Tell, of tho Murder. Guthrie, O. T., Fob. 25. Two of tho men, Joo Mobloy and Al Wllllnras, who wero cnpturcdat tho Atoka, Choc taw nation, light last Friday, and brought to tho federal jail horo for safo keeping, havo confessed tho entlro story of tho murdering of Sheriff Georgo Smith and his deputy Deck, near Anadarko a few weeks ago. Tho confession wns voluntary on tho part of tho prisoners, and evidently mado with a view of saving their necks and to throw tho blnmo on Dort Casey, tho only member of this gang of outlaws that escaped at tho Atoka light. MR. LENTZ' CONTEST Ohio Tlllninn Trying to llrenk Into the Lower House. Washlnglon, Fob. 25 Arguments In tho contested relection caso of ex- Representative John J. Lontz against Emmett Thoraklns, of the Twelfth con gressional district of Ohio, wero bo gun today bofore house elections com mltteo No. 2. Ex-Attorney General Frank H. Monnett, of Ohio, presented tho caso in behalf of Mr. Lontz and will continue his arguments tomorrow. The contest is mado on allegations of election irregularities, the alleged uso of money In ajnumber of specitled in stances and tho illegal casting of votes by State employes. TO ADD TO PORTO RICO Danish West Indies Likely to he Un der (Jovernor Hunt. Washington, Feb. 25. It has been practically decitled that tho formal ceremonies incident to tho taking over of tho Danish West Indies by tho United States shall bo performed by tho army, and it is probable that a detachment of troops from Porto Rico will bo sent to tho Islands soon after tho oxchango of , ratifications of tho treaty to raise tho Hag and formnlly take possession of the new territory. Whilo not dellnltely determined, It Is stated here that tho Islands will bo placed with Porto Rico under tho con trol of Governor Hunt. POSITION FOR AN EDITOR New of Indianapolis Offered First As sistant Postmaster Oeuernlsliip Washington, Feb. 24. Harry S.Now of Indianapolis has been offered tho position of first assistant postmaster general to succeed William M. John son of New Jersoy who has resigned. Mr. Now has not yet given his final answer. He Is a member of tho Re publican national commltteo from Indiana nnd is tho editor of tho In dianapolis Journal. The chango will tako place within tho next two months. HITCHCOCK DENIES IT Ho Docs Not Contemplate Ite signing From Cabinet. Washington, Feb. 25. W. Scott Smith, secretary to Secretary of tho Interior Hitchcock, today denied the reports that Mr. Hitchcock contem plated retiring from tho cabinet. Tho denial is by authority of Secretary Hiuhcock. LUKBAN CAPTURED. General Cliall'ee Cables the News to Washington Ily Scrlpp-McIUe Tress Aas'n. Washington, Feb. 20. A cablegram to tho War department from General Chaffeo announces tho capture of Gen eral Lubkan, the notorious guerilla chieftain. William Dunston, n deserter, was captured by Licutennnt Pratt. His factory for making arms nnd ammuni tion for tho Filipinos was destroyed and cloven natives killed. Itiicklen's Arnica Sulvo world-wide famo for marvellous Has cures. lotion, Corns, Ulcers Soros, tions: anteed It surpasses any other salve, ointment or balm for Cuts. Burns, Dolls, Sores, Folons, Tetter, Salt Rhoum, Fovcr Chapped Hands, Skin Erup- Infalllblo for piles. Curo guar- Only 25o at Evans Bro's. ARKANSAS RIVER CASE In the Supremo Court the Arguments Wore Heard. Washington, Fob. 24. Tno United States supremo courthoard arguments today in tho Arkansas river caso in volving tho states of Kansas and Col orado. Tho attorney general of Col orado appoarcd for that stato and Attornoy General Godard and Eugene G, Waro for tho stato of Kansas. Und to Conquer or Die.. "It waB just about gono," writes Mrs. Rosa Richardson, of Laurel Springs, N. C, "I had Constipation so bad that tho best doctors said I could not llvo moro than a month, but began to uso Dr. King's Now Dls covory and was wholly cured by seven bottlos and am now stout nnd well." It's nn unrivaled life-saver In Con sumption, Pneumonia, La Grlppo and Bronchitis; infallible for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Hay Fever, Croup or Whooping Cough, Guaranteed bot tles 5oo and 81.00. Trial bottlos freo at EvanB Bro's drug store. A LONG-FELT WANT' It Is Supplied at Last in loin Good-natured pcoplo aro often irri table If you know tho reason you would not. bo surprised. Ever have itching piles? Not sick enough to go to bed; not well enough to bo content. Tho constant Itching sensation. Hard to boar; harder to got rollef. Spoils your temper, nearly drives yoiff crnzy. Isn't rollef and euro a long felt wantr You can havo rollef and euro if you will follow tho advieo of a local citizen. Mr. D. II. Howard, smelter, of 500' south Stato street, says: "Somo six months ago I poisoned my anklo In tho lead works. It resisted all my offorts to check let alono euro. I tried everything that camo to my notice from reading and about which I was advised by friends. It struck mo that Doan's Ointment might help mo so I went to C. H. Spencer & Co. 's drug for a box. Tho first application stop ped tho itching, A continuation proved that I had at last procured tho4 necessary salvo and I bought a second' box. From Jtho results obtained I hnve not ;tho slightest hesitation in snying that Doan's Ointment Is tho best preparation I over used. For snlo by all dealers. Prlco 50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Uuffulo, N. Y olo agents for tho U. S. Ue.iiembor tho name Doan's and. tako no substitute Gates' Tours MEXICO, CALIFORNIA GRAND CANYON of ARIZONA NINTH REASON First tour leaves C'IiIciko, I'eliruary 6, 1902. Second tour leaves Chicago, February 19, 190J Third tour leaves Chicago. I'ebrtiary !G, 1902. 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