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4 THE THEWASHGTONHEWEDNDAYNUAEY WASHINGTON HERALD WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 1907 97 I
VICTORY FOR SUBSIDY SUBSIDYMerchant SUBSIDYI SUBSIDYMercllaut SUBSIDYMcithaut I
Merchant Marine Committee CommitteeVotes ConunittoeVotes ConunttceVotes
Votes favorable Report BoporfcA
A STORMY SESSION IS ISbrJIIocrflhl4 HELD HELDDemocrat HELDlJrmocrnt14
Democrat Lead Advocates of 3Iea 3IeaAre Jlcncrc Ucns Ucnsdtre
Are Into Int Trap Ir1tJ Latter Rescue KesoneThemselves JtCoIcncTllcnl RescueTlicniieIve
Themselves Tllcnl ches by h KonRlwhoil non llfhOil Action ActionHill ActionHIi tctio ii iiii
Hill HIi ii Will IJ lie Jammed Through rlarl Ih the thellGKe thclI theIhiui
llGKe lI Ihiui t Under Special Sllc > lnl Rule RuleAfter RuleAfter RuleAlter
After a stormy day the compromise sub subsidy nb20iidy 5Ubddy ¬
sidy measure emerged from the House HouseCommittee 1I0U8eCommittee flouaeComndtte
Committee on Merchant rchaut Marine arIne and Fish Fisheries FIabtrles Fbcries ¬
cries late yesterday afternoon with a fa favorable fayontble favor4hle ¬
vorable report The committee held two twomeetingsone twom tworneetbiZone
meetingsone m ttnzsone in the forenoon forenoOihkh Which bleh termi terminated termInated Lerm Lermnated ¬
nated after an acrimonious discussion Jn Jni Ina n nit
a i situation of tense teDMleeIIn teeing < between betweenfriends betweenfriends betweenfriends
friends and nd opponents of the bill bID and andthe andth andth
the th other at 5 oclock to the afternoon afternoonwhen aftenaoonwben afterDoonwhen
when the compwmlse com comthrooab was Jammed Jammedthrough inmed inmedtiirob
through by b an n 8 to 7 vote voteThe voteThe voteThe
The vote in the committee wa w as 8 fol follows follows 1011ow ¬
lows 1ow For the substftuteGrosvenor substftuteGrosvenorOhio
Ohio Minor Wisconsin Fordney Michi Michigan Mlchigan Miehigun ¬
gan Wachter Maryland LitUefteW LitUefteWMaine LtttJelWkJtaioo Uttleek1Maine
Maine Humphries 1l Washington Littaaer Lltta8etNtw LlttuezNew LittaaerNew
New York YCJ ok and Watson Indiana all 11 Re Republicans Be BeJJ1bUaanL R RubHnL ¬
publicans JJ1bUaanLAgalut publicansAgainst ubHnL ubHnLAgata
Against Agata the substitute w thstltuteBtPdeal tuae1 Btnfcwl Iowa IowaWilson Jewa1brGD IDWaVilsoe
Wilson 1brGD Illinois ami Hinanaw Nebraska NebraskaRepublicans NelakLRpubU eIIrubRepublica
Republicans RpubU and GooMkn QoDM Kew York YorkMaynard YorkMaynard YorkMaynard
Maynard Vi Virginia Sheriey Kentucky KentuckyPatterson KeatuekyFa
Patterson Fa tte18Oft North Carolina Democrats DemocratsWhen DemocratsWbell DetnocrataWhen
S
When the committee met in the morn morning J1IOtD J1IOtDing mo u uing ¬
ing the opponents of subsidy three Se Sepuhlicans JiIe JiIepublic BepuhLhns
public a and four Democrats bad plan planned planntd planned ¬
ned a surprise an for the others They TheYde TheYdea made madea
a formal motion to report the QalUnger QalUngerbill GaJUncerhill GaJlerbill
bill which had passed the Senate e It Itwas Itwa Itwas
was wa the plan of Chairman Grosveaior Grone8Orhis apd apdhis a ahis
his associates in the flght ht to vote town townthis eG eGthis sownthis
this proposition PlOll tio although he is In favor favorof fafOlof favoroC
of it It fearing f fearh that it would stand little or orno orno orno
no chance of passage e in the House When Whenthe Whenthe Whenthe
the roll roDwu was called the Democrats voted votedsolidly oWsolidly votedsolidly
solidly for Che Qejlrager G nlaaer bill bill as Md MdMessrs tItdle8S18 didMessrs
Messrs Littlefleld Minor Fordney and andHumphrey aa4H andHumphrey
Humphrey H This made the vote in favor favorof favorof favoror
of the Senate measure 8 to toT 7 and threw threwthe threwthe threwthe
the chairman and his colleagues coUagues into intoconfusion tDtocon Intoconftedos
confusion con Thereupon Mr r Humphrey Humphreyone Huaapbftyone thirnpbnYone
one of the strongest advocates of the theGaflmger t tGaI1ser theGaIltger
Gaflmger GaI1ser bill was compelled eompelledo 4o 6 > Change Changehis Cbuphis changehis
his vote and declare against the motion motionto
to report r his h favortte fafDtte measure measureMttaiicr measure1lttHucr measure1Ittxiicr
Mttaiicr Substitute Suh SialMtItuleThis dtute dtuteThis x xThis
This defeated it It and a motion was then thenmade thenmade thenmade
made to substitute the LJttaner bill U To Tothis Tothis Tothis
this Mr Sberley objected on the ground groundthat poundthat groundthat
that there was nothing noth before tile com committee committee oemmitten ¬
mittee It having voted adversely on the theSenate thenate theSenate
Senate nate measure Thus caught In a trap trapthe trapthe trapthe
the leaders determined determi to ride rough roughshod roaphod roughshod ¬
shod hod over the rules and act upon oe the LK LKtauer Utta Littauer
tauer ta uer measure any fly way While this uIolnl was wasgoing wsgoing
going en the hour of 12 oclock ock arrived arrivedand arrtvedand arrivedand
and Mr Sherley made the themf point that the thecommittee tilecmmlttee thecmmItten
committee bad not tot t the yet yetHouse of tile tileHouse thehoUSe
House to lit daring the sessfcm of the theHouse theHou the1EUSe
House HouseMr Hou HouIr 1EUSeMr
Mr Ir Watson n hurried out of the com committee COMmittee cornrnitee ¬
mittee room to go to the Home and andask andask andask
ask unanimous consent by 1 Y the commit committee eommlttee committee ¬
tee to continue Its Itseed meeting meetln Mr Patter Patterson Patterion Patterson ¬
son Democrat followed him hba and in informed laiormed hiformed ¬
formed Minority Leader Williams of the theproposed thepropoeed theproposed
proposed move ov When Mr Watson arose arosein aroeeIn arooein
in the House to get consent for the com committee conaI conaImlttee cornmitten ¬
mitten to sit sit Mr Williams WiD objected and andit aDdit andit
it was therefore necessary for the com committee MIDtrittee earnTrittee ¬
trittee to adjourn until tn after the dose dosef cI08e1f close4f
1f f the session Oft of the ue ueWheD House HouseWhen houseWhen
When the Republicans were ready to toadjourn toadjonl1 toadjourn
adjourn the House e the Democrats flU filibustered ftUbu flUhuterrd ¬
bustered bu tred in opposition to the MnUon 4ti and andit andit andit
it became IM necessary to call the roU on onthe oathe onthe
the question thus consuming COI nearly an anhours IIhour anhours
hours hour time The motion to adjourn car carried eacTied r rned ¬
Tied by 114 to 77 and the members of the theMerchant thehrchant theMerchant
Merchant Marine Committee C ttee at once oncehastened oncehastened oncehastened
hastened to their committee room to wit wit7i wlt1l wit1Ie
7i 1Ie ss the finish of the days day work Hardly Hardlyhah HardJyha Hardlyhalt
hah ha i an hour was occupied oe then There Therewere ThereWfre Therewore
were a few points of order and some ob objtrtion objetlon ohjetIon
jtrtion to what the opponents OJ of the bill billcalled biDealled billttIktd
called highhanded procedure and then a avote aote ayote
vote ote was as taken with the result ukthat that the thebill thehill thebill
bill was ordered reported favorably to the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House HouseThus HouseThua HouseThus
Thus ended so far as the committee committeewas committeewas committeeWas
was concerned a fight that has been beenwaged beenwaged beenwaged
waged with varying fortunes f rtunes for ten tenyears tenyeus tenyeira
years Among Amon the men wWo voted for the thebill thehill thebill
bill were two or three who wbofer for years yearshave yeaI1Ihave yearnhave
have led in opposition to subsidy in any anyform anyform anyftjrm
form In the final action Mr Littauer Littauerhad Llttauerhad Uttauerhad
had all arrangements made and conducted conductedtiie cond1let4tdthe conductedthe
the ceremonies c with precision and din dispatch dtspatch dinpatch ¬
patch He told the committee that he hehad behad hehad
had assurances from Speaker Cannon Cannonthat Carmonthat Cannonthat
that if the Senate or OalUnger GalU bill had hadl hadhftfl
l hftfl een n reported out as a at first was at attempted attfmpted attempted ¬
tempted the Speaker would have denied deniedits cleoredits deniedits
its consideration and all hope of ofany passing passingany passingany
any sort of a subsidy bill this a session sessionwould IIeSSIonwould sessionwould
would have been lost tostWill IoatVIII lostlviii
Will VIII He Pushed Through ThroughIt
It is the programme of those them behind beltbHIthe behindthe behindthe
the measure to have a rule brought in the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House providing for consideration and andfinal andfinal andfinal
final vote without intervening motions or orthe orthe orthe
the right to offer amendments The adop adoption adoption adoption ¬
tion of such a rule Is I believed to be the theonly theonlY theonly
only chance the measure has bu1o Ho pass passThe pensThe 11 11The
The Llttaner substitute which eb provides providessubsidies providessubsidies providessubsidies
subsidies for steamship lit lines carrying carryingmails canylacmalls carryingmails
mails and freight freJ ht to the amount of J50 O
00000 < > a year limit the subsidies to A Ae 33oouo
e 0009 > 0OM the amount mOU9t that to earned above aboveexpenses aboveexpe abeveexpenses
expenses expe by the foreign foretpIl iail service serviceFriends serviceIrlems serviceFriends
Friends of the proposition claim that the thepassage tbepaasa thepaaoage
passage of the substitute will meatman meatmanaddition mea mean an anaddition anaddition
addition of thirtyone vessels T to the mer merchant merchant merchant ¬
chant marine Its I opponents PP declare that thatit tbatIt thatIt
it will merely wipe out present competi compeUUon coinpetition j jtion
tion between the lines linesThe l1Desrhe linesrhe
rhe bill provides pr vicla for seven subsidies as asfollows ufollows anfollows
follows A line from an Atlantic coast coastport coeatPOrt coastport
port of Rio Janeiro Brazil IMMIt N month monthly monthly da dab ¬
ly 1800089 N fortnightly fortnightlyFrom fortaiPUyJo1rom fortnighUyFrom
From Atlantic coast port to 1i Angenttna Angenttnamonthly Aapatbaaoo Angentinamonthly
oo monthly 33OO WXXWO fortnightly fortnightlyFrom fortiilchtlyFrom fortnlghtlyFrom
From a port on the Gulf of Mexico to toColon toCllon toColon
Colon l54fO 000 fortnightly f09M lO weekly weeklyFrom weeklyFrom weeklyFrom
From a port on the west coast of the theUnited thernltfd thernited
United States to Panama Peruand Chili ChiUnooW Chillnui
1700000 monthly WOOUO 000000 010 fortnightly fortnightlyFrom fortniabUylorom fortni iuy iuyProm
From a pert on the Pacific coast north northof BOrthof northo
of o Cape Mendocino to Japan Ja China Chi and andthe andtbe andthe
the Philippines 5350000 monthly 1t8 1t8fortniptly 7 SOOu SOOufortnightiy 000 000fortnightly
fortnightly fortnightlyFrom fortniptlyFrom fortnightiyFrom
From a port on the th Pacific coast south southof southof Ua Uaof
of Cape Mendocino M ndoriftO to Hawaii Japan JapanChina TapaaChina JapanChina
China Pbili Philippines JMM 33SUN monthly ym ymouu MLlW S Su
ouu u fortnightly fortnightlyFor
For an additional flue under contract contractfrom COIatractfrom contractruin
from ruin San Francisco to Hawaii Samoa Samoaand Samoa Samoaani SDIDODand
ani and Australasia AuatJa 1200000 one trip every everythree ewlt everythree
three t h weeks weeksThere 1IIrftkaThere WeeksThere
There was sharp criticism of the amend amendnint amendmnt amendfl1n
nint fl1n > providing for subsidies for lines linesnorth JinesrJrtt lineniirth
north and a south of Cape Mendecioo sadoctho their theirpurpose theirpurpcJIe theirpurpoee
purpose being bel to afford subsidy benefits to tothe tot tothe
the t h Hill lIil1Winds3r Windsor WlDdt M line which bleb has Seattle Seattlefor Sattlefor Seattlefor
for its terminus and the Pacific dAcaU dAcaUwhkb Mail Mailwhich Mallwhich
which has San Francisco for tt tg terminus te teTh terminusTh j jThe
The Th subsidy In this t respect win operate operateit
it is claimed daimed to crush competition in ineoistwise InOltwl8e ino5twIse
eoistwise < trade tradeFree tradeFree tradeFree
Free Material for San PrnitclNco PrnitclNcoMr lrunclHcotr Prazicisnotr
Mr tr tr Kahn of California yesterday in introduced introduced ¬ I ItroducfId
troduced a bill to suspend usp > td for five years yearsthe yearsthe j jthe
the cciection C tttion > f duties on structural steel steeland nteelard
I Iand
and eth ether r building bUildln C materials IDa terlals imported for foruse foruse
use in ita 11 i ih In reconstruction of San 5a Fran Prancisoe Pntnci8ce
0 cisoe made 1 lUh nee flCSUy < ssary U by the earthquake earthquakeand eartb earthquakeand < luake luakeand I
and fire of April April1S1IiiIt 3 tsinet last i
CANNON FOR SUBSIDY SUBSIDYOOXT1XUKD SUBSIDYII SUBSIDYCUITLUgD
II OOXT1XUKD OO CTLiUSD = JtKOU ItO1 F1UST YfltSTadvance PAGK PAGKadvance IAGKadvance
advance If oar o r farm and factories factoriesshould actorlesshould fcWr1esshould
should cease the world would starve rve to todeath toItb Indeath
death within a faw fes months monthsUnder t tOnt1tUndfl iliontheUnder
Under the existing conditions It doenf doedflttake t ttake ttake
take international merchants to get et this thisforeign tb tbfortip thisforeign
foreign business The world needs our ourgoods ou ougooda ourgoods
goods and has to come here to get the thecommodities thecomJDOtllHa thecommodisis
commodities comJDOtllHare commoditiesWe
We re will wtllifee see UM day when we w will 111 need needInternationa ReedIntemadonaJ needInternational
International merchants to Mil H foreign foreigngoods foreigns onolsnsoocJa
goods s During Durt the present century in InopInien my myopinion myopinicu
opinion the severest contest t for the mar markcts Jfl markets I Ikets
kets of the world will be witnessed I Iearnestly Iflrtly Iearnestly
earnestly flrtly trust that this contest will be bebloodless bebIeodIeu b bblondless
bloodless As certain as you boniness bueln men menlive Jftert JftertJtve meitlive
live Jtve the time is I rapidly approaching a cblnw when whento whenMJ
MJ 0 > to speak the United States tatp Int s will be up upagainst upit upagainst
against it when It comes eo to t ito foreign foreigncommerce forelgC01BlDe1CE foreigncommerce
commerce commerceRnilrondN C01BlDe1CERnllroulK commerceRalironils
RnilrondN Are Inadequate TiindcqunteThe JnnclclliluteThe InadequateThe
The secretary aloe stated that while whilethe whilethe ohllothe
the railroads wore tCe ete the greatest of the theworld theworkl theworld
world they hadnt kept pace with the de development de developmeat dovelopment ¬
velopment of the country and that they theywere tbeyW theywere
W were iaaeqwite malequate to handle bud the trade of the theUnited thei theUnited
i United States Ill Ii this connection he men mentioned menI mentioned ¬
I tioned favorably the improvement of the thewaterways theI thewaterways
I waterways of the land landAt landi ian ianAt
i At the opening session of the national nationalboard alionalI nationalboard
I board a resolution was wa presented < to the theetfect thei theerect
i erect r < ect that the unnecessary agitation agitationwhich alttIODwhich tatloR tatloRwhich
which stirs up class hatred and feeling feelingwas teellDwat feelingwas <
was deplored d and expressm es enpieming its confid confidence eonftenct confldence ¬
ence in association as cell0u lawfully orputiaed orputiaedPresident CJ1U11IedPresident gganledPresident
President Frank D La 1 Lean delivered deliveredhis Wvrrecthta detiveredhis
his annual address add at the morning ees pesslou pesslouIn session sessionin lo lola
in which he spoke oftbe of the growth of the theorganisation theorpniatton theorganisation
organisation during dun the past year yearThe JftUTbe yearThe
The meeting meetJ of the board will be con continued eontlnued continned ¬
tinned today todayHO todaJINO todayI
INO I HO FORTS FOR PHILIPPINES PHILIPPINESDeoli
Home Deoli DeoliBes es to Strengthen De Defenses Defens Dofensos ¬
fenses fens in Islands IslandsSullivan IslandSSlIl1hnn Is1ndsSullivan
Sullivan Protects A tgalust aln alust t Retention Retentionof
of Insular PoMwefKloiiK lo5eslOfltU AH Amoml Amomljuunls Amollllm 4tiiieiidniIiI4
juunls m llif Are 4rc Defeated DefeatedTne DcfentollTIle DefntodThe
TIle Boos continued oonskteraUon Qall evttea of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fortifications apprwtatiou aJPI blU yes yesterday yeat yesterda ¬
terday t terda ACt m among g other things refused refusedto retuMcII refusedto
to provide d for additional fortifications in intne taUte Inthe
I
Ute Philippines PhWppnesThe PhilippinesThe
I The Senate resolution antnornonsA tem temporary teIni ternporary ¬
i porary leaves leaveaol of absence for homesteaders homesteadersm rs rsfa
m fa North N th Dakota South Dakota Dakota Wyo Wyolo WOI Wyoadmig
I admig lo Minnesota and Montana Woa aa was wasRepresentative 1 1l 1I wasRepresentative
l
I Representative Hepburn of Iowa re renewed rei renewed ¬
i newed his fi apt ht m In the House agates the thepowder theI thepowder
I powder trust He objected to the War WarDepartment WartDeJlartlMnt WarIMpsrtmsnt
Department and the Navy Department Departmentbeing DepaItMelatI Departmentbeing
being given ven adoption a option on the amount of ofmoney ofI ofmoney
I
I money to be spent in baying powder powderHe powderHe
I He declared it to be his b belief that the theUnited theI theUnited
United States owns the patents to toleu smoke smokeless smokeless ¬
I
less powder now made by the powder powdertrust pewtlerI powdertrust
trust We educated men mea detailed men menpaid mea meapaid menpaid
I paid men to make certain experiments experimentsthen experiatenllthea experimentsthen
then permitted them to sell the patents patentsand PlitftltsI patentsand
I and the powder po produced uced therefrom to tothe toi tothe
i the enemies of the Unied States StauIi he hesaUL hemid
Ii saUL That powder has been pat In Inthe InI Inthe
the hands of European countries to he heused 1Mu beimed
I
used a ala a powder against us m Ia tune of ofwar ofwar ofwar
war Officials who permitted perm1t this were werenot wereDot re reDOt
DOt fit to be given any option m In relative relativematters reJatlYematte relativematters
matters matte he concluded The House ap applauded ap applauded applauded ¬
plauded him him but did nothing < more moreI mereTben moreWhen
I When Tben the fortifications measure eaaure was wastaken walltakea wasttken
taken up Mr < Graff of Illinois a member memberof er erot
of the Committee on Appropriations de defended de defeaded dotended ¬
fended the action of the committee in re refusing Fe Fefust refusing ¬
fusing fust to enter upon the project of con constructing con8t eonstruetlng ¬
structing 8t tlng an artificial island at the mouth mouthof mouthof mouthof
of Chesapeake Bay for the fortification fortificationof
of the entrance tiance and In limiting HmJU the ap appropriation ap appreprtatloB apiWeiNlatIon ¬
propriation for fortifications of the thelMu thelMutar lain insular lainher ¬
tar possessions possessionsWILL JGII8MaionsWILL possessionsWILL
WILL NOT OPPOSE BAILEY BAILEYIlurlosoii BAILEYllurleon BAILEYIlurleson
Ilurlosoii Outlines Condition Under UnderWhich ruderhleh IJiiderVhilchi
Which hleh He H WouM oulll He tadldnte tadldnteR ORiuIIilato ORiuIIilatoRepresentative aiidIdnteRepresentative
Representative R taUve Burleson of Texas who whohas wh whI whobaa
has been mentioned In dispatches from fromthe fromtile fromthe
I the capital of that State as a possible possiblecandidate poesIbieelKUdate possiblecandidate
candidate against Senator Bailey made madethe mad madI madethe
I the following statement yesterday yesterdayI 7 7I
I I believe Senator Bailey U the Demo Democratic Demor Deocratic ¬
cratic nominee to succeed himself In the theSenate tilei theSenate
r
i Senate He is entiUed uUped to a full and fair fairinvestigation fairI fairInvestigation
I investigation of the charges cha which have havebeen haftbeen havebeen
been made against hint bi since nee the date of ofthe otI ofthe
I the Democratic State convention and anduntil aeduntil soduntil
until this is had and It is shown that he hewill bewiD hewill
will not no be reelected I would not accept acceptan acceptII acceptan
an election to the United States Senator Senatorship Senatoreblp Senatorship
ship if same IDe was tendered me meTESTS IDeTESTS meTESTS
TESTS HEW TORPEDO TUBE TUBECruiser TUBECrulNer TUBECruher
Cruiser Vesuvius Ye luJl IM to < o Be UKCI as an anExperimental nnqJlrhllellt anHXjerhIItC1Itl
Experimental qJlrhllellt 1 Ship ShipAlterations ShhJAlterations ShipAlterations
Alterations on the cruiser Vesuvius are arenearly areJIMfIy arenearly
nearly completed and nd she is coaling coalt in inanticipation inanticipation Inanticipation
anticipation of sailing aaW Sunday Sanda morning morningfor momln momlnfor morningfor
for Key West t Fin where she will 111 take takeaboard takeabfMn1 takealmerd
aboard the BUss torpedoes tOt with which to totest totest totest
test her newlyinstalled newly flInch sub submerged submdr b bJR ¬
merged mdr torpedo tube tubeHeretofore tubeHeretofore tubeHeretofore
Heretofore the largest submerged to topedo topedo topedo
pedo tube used in the United States Statesnavy StatesnV7 Statesnavy
navy er known to be used in any aa foreign r r1IAV7 foteignnavy foreignnavy
navy has been of e eighteen inches diame diameter diameter diametee ¬
ter and It Is believed by the experts at atthe attAe atthe
the navy yard that the amch tube will willeclipse wtliecIIpee willeclipse
eclipse any device of its kind now in inservice InBerVlce Inservice
service serviceThe BerVlceTbe serviceTb
The Tb dynamite armament has Hen seen re removed re removed romoved ¬
moved front the Vesuvius V and sne she Is used usedfor UHdfor usedfor
for an experimental ship hlp rile Fn torpedo torpedoarmament torpedot torpedoarmament
armament t carried ied by her is unchanged unchangedexcept 1IIICba 1IIICbaexcept unchangedoxce
except oxce for the new tube and new ne training traininggear traininggear
gear on all tubes which renders them tltemeully as aseasily aseasily
easily aimed as smaller and lighter lighterpieces I lighterInformatIon R RpIeceL
pieces piecesInformation pIeceLJltormatlon
Information concerning the new tube tubeIs tubeJDe88IU tubes
Is s meager as the Navy Department is iscarefully Iscarefully iscarefully
carefully guarding paiocJt against lft t any au publicity publicitybeing publicitybeIn publicitybeing
being given it It but It te known that the theSitech the21taelt the21Inch
Sitech submerged 8Ubmec d tube is totally unlike unlikethe unlikethe unlikethe
the flInch deck tube The new tube is isrequired Isrequired Isrequired
required to start the small 11 turbines hi hithe litthe Inthe
the Bliss or the mechaatein 6ID of the White Whitehead Whitehead Whithead
head before launching the torpedo which whkhis
is submerged subme ed from the instant in of o its itsrelease ItsreIea itsree
release releasePELRGE ePEmCE reePEIIWE
PELRGE HAD HAYS APPROVAL APPROVALState APPROVALStntc APPROVALState
State Department Fully Irun nxoncrutC4 nxoncrutC4Jliliister ItxoneratcsMiTi1ter lExon crates cratesIHinLstcr
IHinLstcr to Norway NorwayIt Xornn XornnIi Norwayii
It Ii is declared at tlw State Department Detmentthat Dejrtmentthat Departmentthat
that there Is nothing noth in the charges chargesmade chargesmade e emade
made Monday before the House e Commit Committee Committee Committee ¬
tee on Ways and Means eau against aI ut Herbert HerbertH
H D Police at present t United States StatesMinister StateMlaJ StatesMinlater
Minister MlaJ ter to Norway NorwayWhen NorwayWhen NorwayWhen
When Mr Pefrces nomination aonatttoft for his hispresent hllJprneat hispresent
present position was being MQI considered e by bythe bythe bythe
the Senate the same matter was brought broughtup broucbtup
up and Secretary Root ascertained that thatMr thAtMr thatMr
Mr Prirce ree had acted with rlth the fuU con consent COftlIMIt consent ¬
sent of the late Secretary of State John JohnHay JohnItay JohnHay
Hay
Peimlon JcII lon for ISxScmitor Blair IHnirUnder IUulrUDder BlairLDder
Under a suspension of the rules the theSenate tbeSenate theSenate
Senate yesterday passed passer1 a bill granting grantinga
a pension of 172 V a month to exSenator exSenatorHenry txSenatorHrnrr exSenatorHenry
Henry W V Blair of New Hampshire HampshireAlways Hamp HampshireAtwAy hke hketWY8
Always tWY8 Remember the Ftafl bll Nome NomeCores Nomeaxative
axative B Quinine QuinineearesaCodinOna OuluineCuresaCocthiOneDay
Cores earesaCodinOna CuresaCocthiOneDay aCoIdlnOnoDay y Gripm crlP c1 3 2 Da > ay ayori t tt ton
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ori oevy oevybhj every evcyb
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REVIEW Mmm REVIEW RTTt DlLfi BlL BILE QPflREft SCORED SCOREDPeoples SCOREDPCO1IQS DvUMIl DvUMIlPeoples
Peoples Lobby Lobb r Questions the theCrumpaejier theCrulnpacer theCiiumpaker
Crumpaejier Measure MeasureSAY MeasureSAY MeasureSAY
SAY IT WOULD WOULD PROTECT FRAUD FRAUDIntimated FRAUDInUmntcll FRAUDIntimated
Intimated LInt ConRremimcii TVJio TVJioFavored JIO JIOliu JI JIlnvorcd
Favored liu orClI Its It InnnnKC by b the Houe HoueWere lItuHeVerc hinuNeWere
Were Xot Dl DIKlnterettteclIlrllon DIKlnterettteclIlrllonKnlnNt DlMInlercstedIersonAgaiJMt intere ted Person PersonAKuiiixt
AKuiiixt Whom Government linn linnProceeded Un UnIrucecded haslrocecded
Proceeded Said SuI 11 to Be Behind It ItHenry ItHry ItHenry
Henry Beach NeedMm who Is in incharge incharge n ncharse
charge of the local headquarters Mtf the thePeoples thePeople thePeoples
Peoples Lobby feeued hetied ed A statement stntemonr yw ywteVday YtSitdrdy UIi UIit4nlay
teVday on behalf of that organlzajJoH organlzajJoHin orgtnl organlzutoltIn oh ohhi
in opposition to the Crumpacker blli billriding tt87 r rviding
viding for j judicial iclfIl review rovto of Poetotflifc PoetotflifcDepartment P08toffiiftDclNrtment PostoiflS PostoiflSDepartment
Department fraud order The W UiIpassed Hjis Hjispassed Ws Wspa8Htl
passed the House and is now Iii j3sa j3saof It Itof The Thehads
hads of the Senate Committee on Judi Judijr J Judidy dI dIdb
db jr Several ral Congressmen Congte men are severely severelycriticised aeyerolycrltJd8ed seyerelycriticised
criticised in the statement statementIt taLementIt
It is the Information and Ixrilef 1 ler oC oCthe o othe othe
the Peopjes Pee Lobby Lo 1 says the docu document document decoment ¬
ment that the bill is promo promoted UN by b inter interests Interne Intereats ¬
eats which are antagonistic to this tit welfare wcitreof
of the thewhole whole people peopleThe peopIeThe S Sme
The real 1 purpose o of this legislation legislationit tfoa tfoaIt
it is said in another aaotberiplace nisce is to paralyse paralysethe JMira1yxethe peralysethe
the effective work heretofore done by Ute Utegovernment iJMKOVerDlheRt thegovernment
government to suppressing aupprMiJl fake setrich setrichquick getrichquick
II quick schemes quack medicine curealls cureallsfraudulent eureanfraudulent cureailsfraudulent
fraudulent turf investment enterprises enterprisesand enterprisesand
I
and an inconceivable variety of confidence confidencegames I0UfldO1tCOgames
I games p perpetrated trat through false and a mis misleading salsI misiead1g ¬
I leading advertisement advffd8eMeAta such as have in inthe iaI Inthe
I the past Put cost the public millions of dol dollars dollAra delA ¬
lars lAraA
larsA
A paragraph pa from he the hut report of the thePostmaster tINPoIItmaater thePostmaster
Postmaster General II li f which reference is ismade 1 1made Ismade
made to the t1e fraud orders issued 1 by tho thodepartment th thdepartment thndepartment
department Is cited and aJlCl it Is s asserted assertedthJt u ertet assertedthit
thJt t this exeerpt make kes it star r that th thcourts the th4courts thecourts
courts do now no review the action of the thePostmaster tblI thePostinahier
Postmaster General in issuing fraud fraudorders fraudorden fraudorder
orders In that connection it is Is as asserted u ulerted ansorted ¬
I
sorted however that the PrnKmaater PrnKmaaterGeneral lsetmaaterGeneral tma ter terGeneral
General to not opposed ttf tJ J ah IIn a express expressprovision expressprovision X Xproyt
provision of the law for a review in inthe Inthe Inthe
the manner provided by Representative RepresentativeFaster RepreMnaUnFoeter RepreseitatlveFouLer
Faster whose plan it to alleged A 8d was wasignored waalpored wasIgnored
ignored in favor of o the Crumn CrumJMcirer Crumputer crer bill MILXot billXot billNot
Xot Submitted to Corfelyou CorfelyouThe CortelouThe CorteIouThe
The measure which passed the House Housewas Housewag e ewu
was not submitted to UM Postmaster Gen General aeReral Genoral ¬
eral the statement says Th Thg Assistant JMIataatAltOrDeY AssistantAttorney tassiantAtiorney
Attorney General of the Postotttce Ice De Department Dertment Dopsrtmnt ¬
partment rtment appeared before the committee committeeand ooltteeand committeeand
and argued against the bill WII on the thegrounds tho1OUD4 tbpgrenade
grounds 1OUD4 that It provides trial by Jury and andmakes aDdmaJtn andmakes
makes possible bIe the exclusion of a Iipart large largepart largepart
part of the departments testimony on ontechnical 011tecbDlca1 ontechnical
technical grounds The bringing of wit witnesses wlteaa witiieasez ¬
nesses from from places remote from UM coin coinwould CfKtwould cot cotwould
would be necessitated and this would wouldmake WOUldmMe wenMmake
make the expense of the trials almost almostprohibitive alaaoatproIdbittve almostprohibitive
prohibitive prohibitiveThe proIdbittveThe prohibitiveThe
The Peoples Peo Lobby statement says that thatthis Ulatthla thatthin
this view as to the effect of toe bill was wasconcurred wuconeurift wasconcurred
concurred In by Representative Repre ma1fTe LIttle Ltttlefield LIttlefield Littlefleld
field field whose boIe remarks r In the course of UM UMdebate tiledebate thedebate
debate are quoted quotedIt uotd uotdIt
It to positively poQ asserted by the Postr Postrofltoe Pocee Posl00e
ofltoe Department the statement t J8etIt gees on onto CM1to onto
to sty f7 ay that the wftnencM hIA behind hlnd the theCnunpacker theCeker theCniinpsdcer
Cnunpacker bill are X G Lewis of St StLouis 8tLouts fitLouis
Louis Prof Thomas i V Adkin 8f 8fRocbe8ter ofRochester f fRochester
Rochester and the Hon B F Han Hansen Banof Hansea
sea of Chicago ChicagoIt
It to alleged that the action aetio oT the thePosvonlee UteodIee therosolnee
rosolnee Posvonlee odIee Department in issuing 1M a fraud fraudorder fraudonIer fraudorder
order against Mr Lewis as promoter promoterreviewed proaaoerof
of the Poems Bank an OIl Jab JIll hIe WH WHreviewed wa wareviewed
reviewed by the United States CircuitCourt Circuit CitetiltCourt lt ltCourt
Court and the Circuit Court l f Appeal Appealand Appeaand Appealsand
and the Postmaster General was fully fullysustained fullysustained
sustained sustainedThe suacaJnecIbe sustainedThe
The Supreme Court of the District of ofColumbia ofCohllabla ofColumbia
Columbia reviewed and sustained the theaction theaedon theaction
action of the department m 1ft issuing 1s8uI a afraud afraud afraud
fraud order against AdkI Adkin it Is s asserted assertedAdkta art artAdJcIn assertedAdhin
Adkta Is said to have been b the head of ofthe oftlM ofthe
the socalled N New w York Y dc Institute of ofPhysicians 0PbJBldam ofPhysicians
Physicians and Surgeons of Rochester Rochesterwhich Rodlaterwhlcb Rochesterwhich
which printed extravagant Advertise Advertisement Advertblemeab advertiseiDeate ¬
iDeate among them tb one to the erect eet vhat vhatIt hat hatIt batIt
It had talked a dead man back to life lifeThe Ufee lifeThe
The e fraud order against Hanson it Is tosaid Isw Issaid
said in the statement was followed by bythe byth bythe
the th prosecution of that person who was wasindicted w whl4lleted wasindicted
indicted and convicted on the charge of ofmtousing ofmisusing
misusing the malls mallsCoincidence maDliCoincidence mailsCoincidences
Coincidence Are Cited CitedIn CitedIn ClteIln
In view of the organized lobby pro promoting pro promotm promotini ¬
moting the passage p e of the Crumpacker Crumpackerbill
bill it to MId to the statement It to tointeresting IeIntel8dn IsInteresting
interesting Intel8dn to note certain eerta1t eotncMencee In toregard Inrd inregard
regard rd to members of Congress who he have haveactively haveactIftly haveactively
actively favored the legistatton Jesl8Iat In Repre Representative Repre8eI1tadft Reprosenative ¬
sentative Crumpackers district Is located locateda
a large patent medicine concern at the thetown thetown thetown
town of o Kramer H L 1 Kramer Is the thehead thebead thehead
head of the concern and he Is also vice vicepresident vicet vicepresident
president t of the Lewis Publishing PubHhln Com ComRejHesentative Company Coinpany
pany of wideji btch L G Lewis Is president presidentReJHe presidentRepresentative
Representative ReJHe entative Littlefield LlttJe eld who openly openlydefended openlydefended openlydefended
defended the measure on the floor of o the theHouse theHoWJe theHouse
House halls from the adjoining adjoint > county to toBelfast toBelfut toBelfast
Belfast Me de The Hon E F Hanson Hansonwas nauonWU Hansonwas
was sometime mayor rer of Belfast and it itwas Itwas Itwas
was there that the Nutriola Company Companywas CompRywas Companywas
was born bornRepresentative bornR bornRepresentatlve
Representative R tatJve Perkins also spoke apokethe for forthe forthe
the Crumpacker bill He to from the theRochester tbeRocheat theRochester
Rochester r district and numbers among amonghis a ahla amonghis
his constituents Prof Thomas P P Ad Adkin1 Adkid Adhis
kid his by whose wnderful 1I v nderfui nderfulleg power accord according rd rdJoe ¬
Joe to the advertisement advertisement a dead man inan n ntalked was wastalked wastalked
talked back to life lifeThe nfeThe lifeThe
The charge is made that the Crust Cruntpacked Crumpacked Crustpacked
packed bill was railroaded through throu the theHouse theHoue theHouse
House and the Congressional Congres l al Record to toquoted 15quoted isquoted
quoted as bearing bearin out that charge It to toasserted 111uertecl Isasserted
asserted that Mr 11 Crumpacker got the thebill tlaebill thebill
bill through largely on the statement that thatit UtatIt thatit
it had been submitted to Chairman Over Overstreet OVfIatrfft Overstreet
street atrfft of the Postofflcc Committee and andthat an4I andthat
I that Mr Overstreet had said it should b bpassed be bei bepassed
i passed passedAs edAJ5a I IAs
As AJ5a a matter matt r of fact the Stat statement statementgoes statementliOes ment mentpes
goes on to say the chairman of the theCommittee theCemndttee theCommittee
Committee on Postofllces P toffices and Post PostRoads PostRoads PostRoads
Roads made the strongest speech in oppo opposition oppoIItUon opponttion ¬
sition to the bill when it came up for forfinal torfinal forfinal
final action on January Tanuar 7 and objected objectedprivately objectedprhately objectedprivately
privately to Representative Crumpacker Crumpackerthat Crumpeckerthat Crumisickerthat
that morning mornln on the inadequate ina eQuate time to tobe tobr tobe
be allowed for the consideration and dis discussion dllleuaton illscession ¬
cession of ao vital a measure measureCHANGES measureCHANGES measureCHANGES
CHANGES LAND ORDER AGAIN AGAINNew AGAINXew AaAINNew
New Instructions Issued Affecting AffectingISiitrlen AffectIngUnities Ufectha UfecthaDntrlcH
Unities of Public lizbhI Domain DomainAnother DomnlnAAotber DomainAnother
Another modification hats been n made In hithe Intlte inthe
the order of C the President issued IflllJuodmonU some somemonths omomonths
months monU ago 0 withdrawing from entry entryshout entryabout entryabout
about S0stt0tt 60 acres of o land within the thepublic Ulepublic thepublic
public domain sakl Id to contain deposits depositsof
of workable coal The latest order pro provides provideI provices ¬
vides that t nothing In any withdrawal withdrawalof
of lands from ooal entry entr heretofore made imadeshall madeshan madeshall
shall impair any right acquired in Ingood Ingoodfaith good goodfaith goodfaith
faith under er the coal lands and existent existentat
at the date of such withdrawal wlthdrwal In Inother Inotltcor Inother
other words that entries or declaratory declaratorystatement declaratorystatfment declaratorystatenwnt
statement with a view to entry entr on file at atthe atthe atthe
the date of the Presidents PrskI nts order shell not notbe notbe notbe
be affected by b such order ord r The first modi modification dlftcaUon inodificatlon ¬
fication of the order authorized by the thePresident thePresldc thePresident
President Presldc t was to the fact that lands con containing containing contaming ¬
taining coal but which were wer more valu valuable valuable vaInable ¬
able for agricultural than for other pur purposes purpoees purposes ¬
poses might be patented by the Seen Secretary Seentary Seertary ¬
tary of the Interior Int rlor under the terms of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the various land laws lawsThe 1awsThe lawsThe
The Modoc forest reserve roserve In North Northeastern Northt2tem Northcasteru ¬
eastern California C 1tfomla has been enlarged by bythe bytbe bythe
the addition of f 49P1 4lJlto 0 acres of land III nd In InaccordJrnce Inaceonlnce Inaccordince
accordJrnce with an order Issued L ued by the theSecretary theSeeretar theSecretary
Secretary Seeretar of the Interior
CONGRESS IN BRIEF BRIEFThe
The Howe 1I5j4 amrietud the forUftwUntu fOrtIIICiU Mil in inGetasiitlee inI Inn
Getasiitlee at the Whole A All a tuncwtaaent j ito JIfOridteg ito1dIng o ortdteg
I
rtdteg for taematne Iscteln UM defends del of th the 1hittp 1hittppteei I IpiDe Ihihtpvu
pteei wu defected M s ww 1IIft sr otbrn JsakfaiK aakis pto ptoM 1110riIioa pmThis
riIioa This M i for In forlUkatfoM nt t UM Month of Ohwa OhwaIHMriw CIteIaItaJ CIinRhey
IHMriw Il hey r Md for 01 the enlMSfmBt t at o Wart WartIlMBtnaa JtwtII linthIiihts
IlMBtnaa II AdfruiMMBt WM taken to toIR kMkf kMkfI toileyIs
I IR Uw fxawt the dfromtoa d of the BWWM BWWMvflte Biomsim W IriDIt
vflte im iMWwt WM omtinwd Mr Spoons oen oenIde omclwdis n nMs
clwdis < Ms defense w of the pJftide Iedils IresWent t The Ther VIII VIIIinmiS Vfe VfeCMMiK
CMMiK SCMlor Sont r MTCTrtT OttidMlA Mtf It TMtMK TMtMKfer ThMafer ThInI5tsr
fer tin Jailers lau attitude OH the noertten of oftaMhmg ofaebilllr oflmebis
taMhmg lmebis Mr Ir Tflfcww crttad tile i alhwteas to toMm to1I toMn
Mm hanHfng u and a cl MM he ii would nqrfjr mar41If tator tatorH ktern
H prawkrs to giw 81 hfe oftpotHMti their aB of ottVnmmkm ofdinailo
tVnmmkm W 01 UM race proWem The mm DGIIIhM DGIIIhMu asekietktin n nUOM
UOM at MMM OortoM Meyer 11 OarfoM Oar11 M awl awlSwith aMSMitlt an anSiskb
Swith ww were ronitwMd and II UM Uewite iNeIs ad adjaanml 114to adjoined
joined to today when the Urownsrttfe debate debatewfll dtewill ddsteam
will be ntmmtd ntmmtdCONPIRM edCONFIRM re reCONFIRM
CONFIRM CABINET OFFICERS OFFICERSSenate OFFICERSScnnte OFFICERSSenate
Senate Acts Aqt Favorably J nornhl on Cortelyou CortelyouGartlcltl Cortc1OtlI
I GarfIeld and nut Meyer MeyerThe tIe Icer IcerThe er erThe
The Senate yesterday tenly afternoon con oonflrmed conftrmed conShined
Shined the nominations of George B Cor Cortelyou Cortelyou Cortelyon
telyou as a secretary ecre tr7 of the Treasury TreasuryJames Trea Treaswt7James ry ryJames
James R R Oarneld as a Secretary of the In Interior Intftlor Intruer ¬
truer George L L Meyer as Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PiJsterGe PseusastorGeneral
General Ge enal and Herbert K K Smith as Com Comt COIftJ Corntmioner
t J asioner aat ner of Corporations These changes changeswjll chns changeswJll
wjll 111 all 11 be made Starch 4 4The 4The 4The
The opposition Itioll to Mr CortelyoH which whichhas whichhas whichha
has ha been expected in some quarters did didnot lk1not lidnot
not materialize His 11 nomination was fa favorably favOrAbly 1 1vorably ¬
vorably reported by the Finance Ftn nce Commit Committee Commlttfoe Committee ¬
tee yesterday morning and was con confirmed conftnned conflnned ¬
firmed at a very brief executive cession cessionheld srmioitheld Ion Ionheld
held at the close of Senator Spoooerg Spoooergspeech SpoofterlPffCh SPOOSIOrSspeech
speech speechBARS lPffChBARS speechBARS
BARS ELECTION CONTRIBUTIONS CONTRIBUTIONSCommittee CONTRIBUTIONSConllultten CONTRIBUTIONSCoiiiiiiitfe0
Committee Iteiyirtx nCI ort Tlllmaii IIIH Af Affeetiiif AlfeutIma C CfeetlnJ
feetiiif feutIma IIl1l1kH 1m 11 UK and Corporations CorporationsChairman CorJlorntlonilChairman CorporationsChairman
Chairman Gaines of the Committee on onthe 011tile onthe
the Election of President Vice President Presidentand PraldeDtand Presidentand
and Representatives In Congress yester yesterday reaterday yesterday ¬
day reported favorably to the House the theTillman theTillman theTiliman
Tillman bin prohibiting national aUoaa1or bunks bunksor bnksor
or any corporation organlsngl by authority authorityof
of Congress from tfom d o making klD < money y coatrl contributions coatrlbutiosis ¬ i
butions in connection with elections elec to toany toaay toany
any political office officeIt o olficeIt llce llceIt
It also prohibits any corporation from fromcontributing 1roIhoontributhtS troutcontributing
contributing funds for the election of ofFederal ofFederal ofFederal
Federal officers officersMINORITY oftlcenMINORITY odicersJ11NORITY
MINORITY LEADER IGNORED IGNOREDSpeaker IGNOREDSpeaker IGNORBDSpeaker
Speaker Turns Down Two Oommit GommitI Oommittee Oommittee
I tee Recommendations RecommendationsWilliam Reoozrtmenda ReoonmendationstVilhiaiiis tions tionslIl1anal
William lIl1anal StiKKCMtcd StI Jcotcll Small aid nil II Wybfor Wyb tqhmhfor hh hhfor
for VacHiiviti YncuJluiCI4CftnlHJn VuciiuelesCitn Cannon no a Appointed AppointedMoon IIIJOlnteclMoon lIoI U ted tedMoon
Moon and Shorlcy ShorlcySneaker Shorle ShorleSpeaker ShiorleyI ShiorleySpeaker
I
Speaker Cannon Canaoa1porecI has ignored two twoIIIe1I4atiou recom recommendations recoinmendadona ¬
mendations for minority committee as assignments u8Ip asslgnments ¬
signments made by Minority Leader lAMerToIut lAMerToIutSbarp John JohnSharp JohnSharp
Sharp Williams WIUIa recently recentlyThree NCftItb11afte recentlyThree
Three or four week w weehi ago Mr WUttams WUttamsrecommended WIIIIamIIrecommeft Willismsrecommended
recommended ed Representative Repreae tadYe Small of ofNorth afNortb offlorth
North Carolina for f a vacancy en the theRivers tileRivers I
Rivers Rtve and nd Harbors Committee but the theSpeaker t theSpeaker I
Speaker appointed Mr Moon of Tennes Tennessee orMr Tinoessee ¬
see Mr Smalls U district has a long coast coastUne eoutbe Coastline
line be Mr Moons 008 is in the Mountains MountainsWithin JaOaIItaInWIthin mountainsWithin
Within the last few days da Mr VpBlama VpBlamarecommended 111 111ncollUMtHhd YIUhamarecommended
recommended that Representative Webb Webbof Webbof Welibof
of North Carolina be added to the minor rIty minorIty minority ¬
ity representation on the Juileiary C Cmiftee Cndttee Corn Cornmittee
miftee Yesterday Mr Cannon announced announcedthat aouacedtl announcedthat
that tl Representative Sherley of Ken Kentucky Xefttucky Kentucky ¬
tucky had been given the place placeFriends placeFIWDda placeFriends
Friends of the minority leader < are arepointing arepotnlin arepoIni1ng
pointing < to these developments as a illus illustrating tnU8tradn hUn hUntrating ¬
trating < the difficulties under which he helabors helabo helabors
labors labo N Ne4abiy 4abiy in the cases of Messrs MessrsShackteford M MSbaeldetord MeasrpShackleford
Shackteford and Lamar he has been beenseverely beaaMY1y beenseverely
severely criticised by members of his own ownparty 01 01party ownparty
party because of recommendations made madeby Madeby madeby
by him Now be Is I being advised to toleave toIfave toleave
leave the whole matter in the band of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Speaker as Senator Bailey did when whenhe wbellbe whenhe
he was leader of the House minority minorityMr m1DorityMr minorityMr
Mr Sherley Sheny is conceded to be one of ofthe 61the ofthe
the ablest of the young lawyers wy In Con Congress ConKnI Congross ¬
gross and he h has many friends t who whothink whotabak whothink
think the aono offered him by the theSpeaker t tSpeaMr theSpeaker
Speaker is fullydesrved fullT deNrved He has not notyet DOty notyet
yet y t said d he will accept acceptINDORSE a acceptINDORSE t tINDORSE
INDORSE PRESIDENTS ACT ACTMinnoiiri ACTlhuUJRrl ACTMlmIIouri
Minnoiiri Democrats 1 > It1 CrRt Outvote llcpuli llcpulilloaitN IICIJtI1llIonn ItepubIlanus
lloaitN Who Iao Onno Orlioce lllln e Resolution ResolutionJefferson HeHolutlolJeraon ResolutionJefferson
Jefferson City Mo Jan JiThe The house houseof h hof houseof
of representatives today over the pro proteeCf PfOt peoteats
teats t of Us Republican members In Indorsed Ins indorsed ¬
dorsed the action of President Pre Rooeevel RooeevelIn
In I discharging dtacba the negro soldiers con connected COltnected connected ¬
nected with the Brownsville riots The Theresolution There Theresolution
resolution re was Introduced by b Represent Representative R liepresentative nt ntatlve ¬
ative Holcomb of Kansas Xa City CityThe CityThe Cityflue
The resolution was passed the Demo Democrats Demoerati mo moerat ¬
crats erat voyng vo voIng ln < for it and the t Republicans Republicansvoting RfpubUcaJMvotln Republicansvoting
voting votln < against it itASKS ItASKS itASKS
ASKS PAY FOR INVENTOR INVENTORI1IH
I1IH Provide OOHH Octn > for Man Who WhoPatented Vho VhoIaleuteil ho hoPRttutc
Patented PRttutc Armor Device DevicePeter IJclcer 11ev ice iceJeter
Peter r McMillan an inventor of Pierce PierceCity PlereeCitr Piercecity
City Mo wants the government aovemment to com compel compel cornpot ¬
pel the big shipbuilding < companies to tosettle toWe tosettle
settle We with him for a patent teat of tote which whichit wlalchIt
it is alleged they are using II in the con construction eonstTUCUon construction ¬
struction of battle ships shipsRepresentative abtpaRepre shipsRepresentative
Representative Repre Shartel of Missouri Missouriyesterday Missouriyerterdpy ourL ourLyesterdfY
yesterday introduced introd a bill providing prOVkU that thatthe thAtthe thatthe
the Secretary of the Treasury shall pay payover payovtr payover
over to McMillan the sum of iOJOo C8MWI t in insettlement InaettIeInilt I IIletUemrt
settlement of his hi claims Representations Representationsare
are made that McMillan cUlaa obtained talned in 1 1a JE JEpatent la
a patent for the assembling of armor armorplate arJllOrplate armorplate
plate and a device locking IocIda It to vessels vesselsby v vb vesselsby
by b means of a key or keif ky The invention inventionwas Inventionwu inventionwas
was regarded as valuable and it was put putinto putInto putinto
into use by the tb various varia shipbuilders The Thepatent TIMpatf Thepatent
patent nt = was 35 first utilized in putting armor armoron armoron
on the United States battle ship Oregon Oregonand Orft8onItd Oregonamid
and every battle ship and armored cruiser cruiserbuilt erukterbunt cruiserbuilt
built since then te said to have hud her herplates herplates herplates
plates fitted with ltb the cAllllan patent patentTREASURE MttentTREASURE patentTREASURE
TREASURE SEEKERS FOILED FOILEDEquipment FOILEDRllulmlent FOILEDRI1IIIPUelTt
Equipment for Raixiiifc Ship IK IKWa bu IsVnsblng
Wa Vnsblng u I1III1J l iiiK Into him the scn SenMexico scnMxtto ScnMexico
Mexico City Jan J n 16 l ILAccordIng According to a adispatch adispatcb adispatch
dispatch to the Herald from Guadalajara Guadalajarahope GuadAlajarahope Guadalajarahope
hope of securing the Jl500006 1600 in gold goldburied lOldburled goldburied
buried In the hulk of the tb steamer Golden GoldenGate GoldenGate GoldenGate
Gate sunk on the Colima coast in UK UKli liltat 1 1I
I li at an end 1Id for at least a year yarThe yrThe yearThe
The 2S Gfoot foot pier built from the beach beachto beachto bechto
to the wreck wrllC boilers centrifugnj pumps pumpsand PUmIWand pumpsand
and other equipment built by the parsons parsonswho personawho personswho
who undertook to regain the treasure treasurehave trcaaurthave tresaurehave
have been swept into to the Pacic Ocean by bya bya bya
a storm stormXewlierrjf IItormXewherty stormNewhierry
Xewlierrjf Prolien JVuvy lU Scandal ScandalTruman ScnndnlTruman ScaitilalTruman
Truman H Nftwberry N wberry Assistant At Utnt Secre Secretary SeClretary Seeretary ¬
tary of the Navy has gone gee to New York Yorkto Yorkto Yorkto
to make s further investigation htTe tJ Uen of the thecharges thochA thecharges
charges chA against George W Lederie and andJohn AlldJobn andJohn
John West employee in the general generalstorekeepers senoralstorekeeperif geiteralntorekeeper
storekeepers department who are al alleged 81leg l lhegod ¬
leged leg to have Ita ve received money from the theGotham theGGtbam theGotbain
Gotham Can Company The Navy De Department Department Dcpartment ¬
partment has l h heen en looking lookln into the af affair affair atfair ¬
fair for several veral months and a after pro procuring proeu proeuing ¬
curing eu 1ng what seemed to be sufficient oil oridence ovlflence oildeuce
deuce flence had the th arrests made madeFuneral madeFllncsal madePumieral
Funeral of air JlrH 1rs 1rsThe Durrah DurrahThe IJurrnhThe
The funafru fun rP of 0 Krs rl Martha iA A Durraji Durrajiwho Durrnhvho DurrajiWho
who died d Su S ulJl1 IILy < ay night t as the result of ofburns ofburns ofburns
burns received in an accident at her hertome herhome herhome
home IMS Seventh street northwest were wereheld werebetd wereheld
held yesterday at the chapel of S H HIllnes HfllnN HHines
Hines 1715 l7l Fourteenth street The serv services ser serI services ¬
ices I were > conducted by Rev Re G E White Whitehouse Vht VhthlU VhItehouse
house hlU e Interment was made in Forest ForestLake ForeatLake ForestLake
Lake Cemetery
TRACTION BILL IS UP UPAction UPAction UPa UPAA3t1011
a
Action Taken on Old Street StreetEaihvay Sta Stat1Railway t tRailvay
Railway Measure MeasurePOWEE MeasurePOWER MeasiucPOWER
POWER TO THE COMMISSIONERS COMMISSIONERSaiciiKiirc COMMISSIONERSJlclumre COMMISSIONERSthcztsnrc
aiciiKiirc Introduced Two Yenr Years enr AK AKIlcHiirrected Ago AgoItesurrected JtO JtOncurrect
IlcHiirrected HI and Given Life Ic I bthe btheI by y the theDistrict titeliistrlct
District I INtrlct Subcommittee S SuhconiiiilttceThe lheOl1lliattceThc The Whole Wholey WholeIn hole holeQllcHtion hioleQuestion
Question In ex t Ion of Regulation ReJuintioli y Put in the theHandM timeJIRlICIN
HandM of the ConmiiMsloiierx ConmiiMsloiierxTh ComnalMttioncrnil
Th nil Vbbcommlttee on Streets Street StreetRailways StreetRailways StTOOtRahiwys
Railways and Avenuas A venu of the House Die District DtItrkt Dietaict ¬
trict Committee completed ebnsWeration ebnsWerationyesterday eiott Ic1eratkHte essiderati0eyesterday
yesterday e of the Babccck bill to regulate regulatethe regulatethe regulatethe
the street railroads of o Washington and anddecided aMcJedded anddecided
decided to report the measure favorably fvorabl to tothe totbe tothe
the full committee The subcommittee subcommitteecoMrfsts au1 subcommitteeconsists commltteeeoats
consists of Mr Babcock the chairman of ofthe oftho ofthe
the full and also chairman of tb the sub subcommittee aubcomttt subcommttto
committee comttt and S W Smith of Michigan MichiganAmos MichiganAllen 11en 11enmoa
Amos moa Allen AIIeft of Maine fal atso W H Wiley of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New Jersey William S Greene of Manna Massachusetta M McbuHtta Mannachunetto
chusetta T W Sims Sf of Tennessee and andAdoiph andAdoIph andAdolph
Adoiph Meyer cf Louisiana LouisianaThe LouisianaThe
The bill taken up yesterday av was intro introdujced iatrodLCecI Introdmced
dujced dmced two years ago Jt It has been in the thepigeonholes tileCOlI thepigeonholes
pigeonholes COlI of the committee clerks clerk desk deskever cleMy deskever
ever y since The Tb recent agitation and the theprospect tbePNlIteCt theprospect
prospect of some oem distinct dIiItIQCtI dIiItIQCtIe5Ylattoa I legislation on onthe OfttM onthe
the sub subject ub t along tile line of the short and amiclear andclear andclear
clear bill Introduced by Representative RepresentativeMadden Betreae RepresentativeMadden tadve tadveXaddeta
Madden Madden this session has It served to tot toreetit resw reswrect
rect reetit reetitrile t tt ttThe It ItThe
The Mil stands opposed to the Madden Maddenbin Maddea11m Maddenbill
bin In that it places pIae the control af the thelocal the1oca1 thektuii
local street railways ra wa la the hands of the theDistrict tileDIstrict theDistrict
District Commtoslonerm The friends of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the measure assert that it gives them themthe oethe theunthe
the power to require universal uatvenalThe transfers transfersThe trnsferLThe
The Babbcock bill 1 tUnd limits the weight of ofto olears ofcars
ears used Oft Waahton street ra railways railwaysto Wa7S Wa7Sto
to W 8 pounds po but the Commtssfcmers Commtssfcmersmay ConD ConDmay
may give ve special permits for heavier heaviercars haYlcars heaviercars <
cars cars restricting the speed at atbIeb Whfch they theymay tMYmay theymay
may be run All cars bought by the thecompanies thPeomJDln thecompanies
companies hereafter must m comply with withrequirements wltJarequireIaens withrequireisenis
requirements made by the tilerrllll Commissioners CommissionersWithin Commissionerslrsinsfer
rrllll lrsinsfer rer ArrllllAeJilen trrmmigciuents trrmmigciuentsWithin N NlTlthla
Within thirty days cia after the passage of ofthe eCtile ofthe
the bill aH street railways operating in inthe IDtile inthe
the District are required to report to the theCommissioners tMColllJlllalo theGommisnloners
Commissioners their t tune schedules Mdulea and andtransfer aadtraufer andtransfer
transfer arrangements alTD t8 for their aprovaL aprovaLTne aprovaLTIM aprovalThe
TIM bill provides that the UI Commission Commissionera
era shall hall approve such schedule route des destinations deuuo destlentlouus ¬
tinations and transfer arrangements a haY having MYbow haYbig ¬
big however bow full power first to make makesuch Maka8eb makestick
such alterations as a they may consider considerneceaaary COIIaktercI considernj
neceaaary nj = ry and It shall U be unlawful 1tall for forany torOM forany
any one of the companies to operate te its itscars I IC8l11t Itscars
cars Upon another schedule 8CiM ule or route or orto orto orto
C8l11t to aifil a = other destination or noon upon any anyether an anbel anyether
ether bel Jransfer anster er arrangement than that tbatproyet ap approved spby ¬
proved fey the Commissioners CommissionersThe CoIIImiaaIoDenThe
The railway companies are required to touse toue touse
use clean cars well lighted and 4 heated heatedavoid heatedaYeW heatedavoid
avoid fiat t wheels or any appnaneee appnaneeethat a athat appliancesthat
that cause undue and noise and use emit emergency emitsenc r rbrak ¬
gency senc brakes brak on all ttnes where there are aredistance aftpaM ategrades
paM greater than i tft CIIIt for any 117ovr anydistance
distance over 1569 feet feetlletrulntlon teetUeJtllntlon feetItegalatlon
lletrulntlon of Pare PareTne PnrelTIae ParesThe
The bill repeals section 5 of the t act actJlebnMI7 ef efFebruary ofFebredry
February M Ink l which authorised Jnc JncBrtghtwood JMBrlPtwoo4 jieRrIghtwood
Brtghtwood Railway Company and the theGeorgetown theand thewgetown
Georgetown wgetown and Temallytown T ytown Railway RailwayCompany RailwayCompany RailwayCompany
Company to sell four coupon coupon tickets for fortwentyfive t ttWftltyft fortwentylive <
twentyfive tWftltyft cents for a continuous trip tripover trtpw tripover
over either of o those roads but It provided providedthat ftIecJtIaa providedthat
that tIaa t nothing notht In this tit section shall 11 be con construed CODatl1Md construed ¬
strued to repeal section 2 of the e act ol olJuly oCJul 1 1July
July Jul 7 IWb 1 requiring ufrl the Brigntwood Brigntwoodcompany BrtPtw004company BrIglitWoOdcompany
company to abandon a its overhead o trol trolleys trolleys tieIlays ¬
leys on Kenyon street feet between Seventh Seventhand 8eveuthaDCI Seventhand
and Fourteenth streets atree and portions of ofthe oCtile ofthe
the act of February X 1 IMS J 11 are retained retainedIn retainedin
In order to provide penalties penaIdeaIt 4 4It
It to provided further that It shall be beunlawful beunlawful
unlawful to charge more than the pies present piesrut ¬
ent legal tare for one on ear rid ride for forlngle a asingle
single trip in either dlrnctioa Ir within the theDistrict tbeDl8trlct theDistrict
District of Columbia between any 1 point pointon pointon pointon
on the Brlgfctwood Brltl twood railway or on the theGeorgetown tMOeGl theGeorgetown
Georgetown SDWn and Tennallytown railway railwayand railwayand railwayand
and any point on the line of the Wash Washington Wultton Washingion ¬
ington ton Btectric and Railway Company Companyi ComaySecUea CompanySection
i Section S provides that every suburban suburbanroad IIU IIUroad suburbanreed
road whose wIa tracks now DO intersect or con connect 00ftJMCt connect ¬
nect with or hereafter befatlft may be made to toconnect toconnect toconnect
connect or intersect with tracks of tiny tinyof KAYof anyof
of the urban street railroads ral to required requiredto
to run can over the Ji tracks of the urtmu urtmustreet urba urbastftet urbaastreet
street railroad into the business bwII section sectionof ectIeRof sectionof
of the city And each urban railroad is isrequired isrequiftd inrequited
required to permit the suburban street streetrailroad trwtraUroINI streetraUrosd
railroad to run cars over its it Uses II IISuprem The TheSupreme TiteSupreme
Supreme Court of the District Dl tJ1ct to to set setUe Nttie settie
tie any matters in this t connection that thattne thatthe thatthe
the railroads cannot agree on onViolations onYIoIaU0n8 onViolations
Violations of the t law by any company companyare comlMnyare companyare
are punishable by fines of from 530 30 to UN UNfor I Itor 11for
for each offense The Commissioner tII are areempowered nrcempowered treempoe
empowered empoe d to begin legal proceedings proceedingsagainst proceedlDpapJut proceedingsagainst
against the railway employee eploy in case of ofsuch otaucb ofsuch
such violations The bill will be taken takenup takenup takenup
up by the full committee tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The subcommittee voted to report reportfavorably t reportfavorably port portfavorably
favorably the bill introduced br oy Repre Representative RepretaUve ReprosentaUve ¬
sentative taUve Allen to wide Mills Mill avenue annue in inLangdon J1Landon inLsugdon
Langdon from 25 to 50 feet Benjamin BenjaminW
W It Holmes HoI a representative of the theLangdon lIMLan theLangdon
Langdon Lan Citterns Association appeared appearedbefore appeuedbefore appearedbefore
before the committee committeeWIRE commltterWIRE committeeWIRE
WIRE TAPPERS GET 70000 70000Xew 70009 70009Sew 7OOOONet
Sew York ork Horse Owner Swindled SwindledOut Swl SwIndledOut ll1cll ll1cllOut
Out of Hope lIt1 e Some SnmNew SomeNe SumNew
New Ne York Jan 15 iOn On complaint of a ahorse Ahone ahors
horse owner that be had been swindled swindledout sinc1ledout swindledout
out of fe000 lL 30000 by wire ire tappers rs the poitee poiteetoday peIteetodaT polleetoday
today instituted In a search for members ol olthe otthe ofthe
the gang believed to be re responsible J1OMlble for forthe fOrtbe fOrthe
the swindle swindleA
A downtown < town to broker 1 was v innocently innocentlyused iADOeenuu Imuiocstitlyused
used u according acconll to the pence poIt e to work rk the thescheme theebeme thescheme
scheme He was Drought into the game gameand Jmeu4 ganicand
and allowed to win Sltst 1 iiN He told of his hissuccess hisI hissticcess
success to a horse owner with whom lie liewas 1 Lewas e ewu
was acquainted acquaintedThe aequaJntedThe acquaintedThe
The latter was familiar with itb the fake fakewire fakewire aki1re
wire 1re tapping game but the scheme via winworked viaworked nsworked
worked so smoothly he failed to detect It ItIn ItIn t tin
in time He was first allowed to win winI winfl
I 36000 fl Then the wire 1 tappers got him hhnto himto himto
to pu 1mi up 70000 7OO on a big bI bet They have havenot bAvenot havenot
not been heard from since sinceWITHDRAW sinceWITHDRAW sinceWITHDRAW
WITHDRAW NAVAL FORCES FORCESSpain FORCESSlmln FORCESSpain
Spain to Make Proposal to France I1 Prancea nncc nnccConccroln
0 Concerning Conccroln Tangier TangierMadrid Tnn PzLnger4adrId ler leradrld
Madrid adrld Jan 15In view Iew of the flight flightof flightof lght lghti
i of o Raisouli Ra lOult and the consequent eon lessening lesseningin Ie8H8tng11ft
11ft in the danger of the situation the cabii cabiinet ca cabi cabinet l lI
I net has ba hasthekled decided dd Vp 0 approach France with withthe withthe itJa itJathe
the proposal that a portion of the Franco FrancoSpanish FraneoSt1ftn FrescoSpanish
Spanish St1ftn h naval forces fo be withdrawn from fromTangier fromTaugter fromTangier
Tangier
Street Widening hlcIlIIIK Bill BillRepresentative nlllI 11111Representative
I Representative Repre eatatlve Allen AII n introduced yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day a bill providing for the condemnation condemnationof
of land within the lines of Warren street streetformerly street streetfOrmerly streitformerly
formerly called Xcnia stneet st et between betweenFortyfourth brtweenFOftourth betweenFortyfourth
Fortyfourth and Fortysixth streets and andwithin andwltbin andwithin
within the lines of Fortysixth street be between be beI betwee ¬
I tween tw twee Alton place and am Murdock Mill mad madAssessment I11i ruaLAssessment
i Assessment AS6cspn nt of benefits te provided al AdiOO aii1w
5509 w appropriated for the cost co t of legal legalproceeding legaln legalAlways legalproceedings
proceeding n
Always the Same SameTharps SameTharps SameTharps
Tharps Pure PureBerkeley PureBerkeley
Berkeley Ry Rye Rye81z
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SPOONER REBUKES REBUKESPITCHFORK REBUKESplTCHFORK REBUKESHTCHFORK
PITCHFORK SENATOR SENATORCONTINUED SENATORCQ SENATORCONTINUED
CONTINUED CQ TIXUED FROM IlllST PAGB PAGBfiy PGHI PAGUby
I t
I fiy f y Incited people to commit crime against againstthe lgaIn ngtlnstthe t tI
I the black mace He paid a glowing tribute tributeto trlbUtto
i to the Southern people who ho he doclured docluredwers decluredwerw daciuredwere
were not not In sympathy with the preach preaching preachnS preachhugs ¬
ing hugs nS of the Senator Senat r from South Carolina CarolinaOnca CarolinaOnce CarolinaOnce
Once when Mr Tfllmen sought to In Intarrnpt Intarrapt Intwrnpt
tarrnpt Mr Spooner objected o1 Jeetod that tho thoquestions thoqueatJo thequestions
questions queatJo S put by the former wore too tootoneso toJon toplongso
toneso Jon H long > g that no one understood understoodthem under8tOGdtJae understoodthem
tJae them themI
tJaeI
I notice you understand tnd nd me me TIn TfJImanswapped TIni TftImanlulapped
i swapped swappedNot lulappedNot pped ppedI
Not N ot alwsjrst alwsyi Mr Speoner S replied repliedSometimes repliedsU repliedSeinetlmtm
I
Sometimes sU lot I i wish wt lt I could think I Dad Dadmisunderstood bJtdI liut4lmisunderstood
I misunderstood l the Senator Se t Cram South SeuthCarols SOI SouthCaToIile
I Carols CarolsWhen CanJ CanJWhea CaToIileWhets
When Mr Xt Spooner ftalshed some of the thepeople tbeI thepeople
I people in the galleries Ilerles began M to clap their theirhands theIrhaJHIIi theirhamids
hands but were silenced by the gavel of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Vice President PresidentThe PretddtThe PresidentThe
The debate on the Brownsville BroiMvaUe matter matterwiH matterwll matterwilt
wilt hi hi continued today todayWbeij wclJtyw jodaywhteij
Wbeij w the the Senate is ready reaciyto to vote the thepending thrpending thepending
pending pending Poraker Porak resolution will be with withdrawn wlthdrawn wIthdrawn ¬
drawn and another resolution prpvidthg prpvidthgmerely prvldSnsmerely prvidthgmerely
merely for an Inquiry by the Committee Committeeen
en Military Affairs into the t f fajta cts ta of the theBrownsvttte tbeBrowa theBiewnsvme
Brownsvttte vtl1e riot will be adopted ad eL The Thequestion TItequoR Thequestion
question raised ra e4 as to the constitutionality constitutionalityand UltionIIllt7 UltionIIllt7and
and legality of the Presidents action will willbe willbe winbe
be left open for future determination determinationAfter determinationAfter rmlDatloD rmlDatloDArter
After the U th close of Mr Spoolers speech speechthe apeeebtIIe speechtile
the Senate te h MId W a brief executive executlYelUMCl1I01ne session sessionpassed ieuslonjunmed
passed lUMCl1I01ne some pension tension n bills bW and adjourned adjournedto
to today todayREPORT toc1ayREPORT todayREPORT
REPORT IS IN ON O GATOH ATUI DAM DAMShows DAMSho DAMShows
Shows Sho s That Foundation Is Soft SoftWill SoftWill SoftWill
Will Be Considered Tuesday TuesdayChairman TuesdayChnlrmnn TuesdayChnirman
Chairman Shun Says He In I Satin SatinJlort SnthtJloll Satishod
Jlort That Clay CIn IH I Stifllcientlr StifllcientlrStniile Su SutllclenlyStalmie lcientl lcientlStnhle
Stniile to Unilil On OnNext OnNItJq OnNext
Next Tueeditys s meeting tIIIg of the Senate Senateuee Se SenateumiUttee 1e 1eUe
umiUttee uee Ue M oiiatroceinkciaakprm oiiatroceinkciaakprmhes Interoceanfc latelMM CiaahT prem premises plelllto ¬
ises to be Interesting The whole w aole aoletJoa ques question quesibis ¬
ibis as to whether Congress eesr has not notmade ROta sotmade
made a a big mistake ke ht deciding to con construct conatruct constzuct ¬
struct a lock canal at t Panama Pa Instead Insteadof lastdof Insteadof
of one at the sea level probably will be bebrought behrouPt bebrought
brought up again againIn againIn ft
In response r to the request reque t of the com committee committee cornmittec ¬
mittee the canal commission ll8lOR has for forwarded forwaoded I or orwarded ¬
warded to It data regarding the borings boringsmade boringswtUItR borIngsnisde
made wllMn the last year to ascertain ascertainthe aseertaintJae ascertainthe
the character of the foundation upon uponwhich uponwblcb uponwhich
which it is proposed to build the great greatOatun Jreatot1lll greatOntun
Oatun dam upon the strength anc a effi efficacy efficacy efficacy ¬
cacy of which depends the entire lock lockcanal lockcanal lockcanal
canal ptaa The Tb commission requested requestedthe requestedtbe requestedthe
the committee t8e not to make the report reportpublic reportpublic reportpublic
public at pt H ast st until alter the committee committeehad committeebad mlttee mltteebad
bad had tot opportunity to consider it itand Itand Itand
and it is therefore vitkheM behl until after afternext aflerxt afternext
next xt Tuesdays meeting meetingThe meettngTIM meetingThe
The report t is accompanied by maps mapssnowing mapssbowta mapsshowing
snowing sbowta different strata through which whichthe v1dchthe widehthe
the borings were made on the site of the theproposed thedam theproposed
proposed dam They Ta 7 show that there Is Issoft Istt Issoft
soft tt material practically mud mudtbe beneath beneaththe beneaththe
the indurated clay cia upon which wt it te pro proposed propoNd proposed ¬
posed to base the foundations foun aUoas for the thedam thedaJa thedam
dam daJa and that in certain places the clay clayIs claylliyerytbtn cIyIs
Is lliyerytbtn lliyerytbtnCbaJrman very thin thinChanman thinChairman
Chairman Snouts Sbo tB in forwarding th the re report report report ¬
port has sent a letter declaring that the thefoundation tMtoundaUon thefoundation
foundation Is perfectly satisfactory In Inview Invie Inview
view vie of o the fact that the Senate commit committee eemmlttee committee ¬
tee last session expressed ex considerable considerabledissatisfaction eoDSldenabie18atl considerabledissatisfactiOn
dissatisfaction 18atl tacdoa at the proposition t t tc ° ac accept a acep ¬
cept c even en indurated clAy as a suitable suitablefoundation SIIltabletoUDClatton sulteblefoundation
foundation for the great work the Pr0s Pr0spects pros prospects prospeeis ¬
pects point to a lively discussion OR and andperhaps andpr
perhaps 1 aps a strong report on the subject subjectIt subject subjectIt subjectIt
It will be remembered that the com committee commltt cornmuttee ¬
mittee mltt reported in favor of a sealevel sealevelcanal sealevelcanal malevelcanal
canal but the t Senate overruled it and andvoted aJldvoted andvoted
voted that a lock 10 canal should be built builtASSASSIN MailtASSASSIN builtASSASSIN
ASSASSIN IS IDENTIFIED IDENTIFIEDSlayer IDENTIFIEDSln IDENTIFIEDSlayer
Slayer Sln er of Prefect of Police Member Memberof
of Aristocratic Family FamilySt FnmilrSt
St Petersburg Ptatenbur Jan 15 ThTIIe The assassin assassinof ftSNS8Inof assassinof
of Prefect of o Police Gen von de Launltz Launltzhas Launllzbu Launizhas
has been identified as the son of a promi prominent MOmInenl promlneat ¬
neat personage e connected with the rov rovand goveranient ov overAtnent
erAtnent and a member of an aristocratic aristocraticfamily artstocraUcfalldly aristocraticfamily
family familyThe falldlyThe familyThe
The identification which was WA anally 11111 ee eetablisbed establlabed entabilshed
tablisbed today fans canted a a commo commotion COIIUMtioft ceminethel ¬
tion In the inner circles of the govern government governmint overn overnDMmt ¬
mint mentAMERICAN mintAMERICAN
DMmtAMERIOAN j
AMERICAN HELD IN LONDON LONDONCharged LONDONChnrJI LONDONCharged
Charged ivlth Ith Attempting to VUHH In InOJm lasnfltus VUHHBOJCTIM
BOJCTIM OJm Check In Hotel HotelLondon HotclLondon HotelLondon
London Jan 15 15Charles Charles Martin of ofNashville ofNa ofNashville
Nashville Na h 1 lie Tenn alias Payne Fuller FullerWeils FullerWells FullerWells
Wells w was committed for or trial at the theMarlboro thearlboro theMarlboro
Marlboro arlboro Street Policy Court today for forconspiring forconspiring forconspiring
conspiring to defraud the Carlton Hotel HotelNovember HotelNovember
November Nov mber 21 last last by means D of a bogus boguscheck boguscheck
check checkALLEGHENY
checkALLEGHENY
ALLEGHENY CITY FLOODED FLOODEDK FLOODEDDnnl FLOODEDDamim
Dnnl DrenJ Breaks and Pltt Iittsburg ht1rJ K in Dan Danger DnnerStreetH DangerStreets ¬
ger gerStreets erStreetH Streets Under Water WaterPittsburg WaterPlttaburg Vuterpttt8ba
Pittsburg pttt8ba Jan IS 15Plttsbur Pittsbursr had a day dayof d dayof y
of great t uncertainty talnty and much high wa water water watee ¬
ter About noon the heavy IleAv waters waiers la the theAllegheny UteAI theAllegheny
Allegheny AI River burst the government governmentdam governnMntdam governmentdarn
dam about twelve miles Iftl above Plttsburg PHtsburgSeveral PlttsburgSeveral PlttsburgSeveral
Several houses were re swept away and andabout andabout
about IN families fa ItA a the low 10 ground rouM m mthis in Inthin
this vicinity fled to the higher ground fer fersafety ferfety forsafety
safety safetyThe safetyThe fety fetyTIM
The city ett of Allegheny U y which 1 h U Is > situated situatedabbot altuatedabOut situatedabbot
abbot four feet below beIo the level of Pltts Pittsburg Plttsburg Plttsburg
burg is in a serious condition tonight tonightfrom tonightfrom tonightfrom
from the flood The railroads are from fromtwo fromtwo fronttwo
two to six feet under water and about aboutZS9 Abouti aboutzidli
ZS9 cellars are flooded Abot 400 families familiesmoved familiesJaOved familiesmoved
moved to higher and dryer quarters dur during durlag thurlag ¬
lag the day and many lived in the sec secend socond see0usd
end stories and did alt 11 their outdoor work workin workms workIn
ms in skiff skiffs
Cincinnati Face Flood FloodCincinnati Flooc1Clncinutf FloodCincinnati
Cincinnati Ohio Jan IS liT lThe The Ohio OhioRiver OhioRier OhioRiver
River shows signs of An n oldtime flood floodAt floodAt floodAt
At t oclock tonight the stage of the theriver theriver theriver
river river as recorded at the city elt water waterworks wat waterworks r rworks
works was 49 4 feet eet U Inches about C feet feetbeyond feetl1eyond feethIeyond
beyond the 0cnlled danger line Steam Steamitoats Stoom1IHts Steqm Steqmheats
heats are compelled e tftpIIfd to lower their smoke smokestacks sm smokestacks ke kestacks
stacks In passing IMs ng under the Suspension SuspensionBridge SuspensionBridge SuspensionBridge
Bridge Trains are all running as usual usualbut usualbut usualbut
but A S feel feel which stage will probably b breached 00 00r hereached
reached r hed tomorrow will shut all trains trainsout trainsout trainsout
out of the Union station stationDISCOVER stationDISCOVER stationDISCOVER
DISCOVER ANARCHIST PLOT PLOTSeveral PLOTSccrnl PLOTSevern
Several Prominent Madrid People PeopleWere PeOllleerc PeopleWere
Were erc to Have Been Killed KilledMadrid 1ll1ellMadrid KilledMadrid
Madrid Tan 16 16Th The police have discov discovered discovered dtscoverod ¬
ered an anarchist plot Iot in which a num number number auntbetS ¬
ber of parsons are involved to kill sev several so soel1 ccvend ¬
end prominent persons on January 21 1 the theday theday
day fixed for the opening of the parlia parliamentary PdrllaBlent8nr perliamentary ¬
mentary debate on the attempt on the thelives thenve thelives
lives of King Kln Alfonso and Queen Victoria Victoriaon
on the d day ry of their marriage e May 31 last lastSenator lastSenntor instSenator
Senator Frye I rc I Is Successful SuccessfulAugusta SucccMHfuIAUgHsta SuccessfulAugusta
Augusta Me Jan 16 16Ballots Ballots were werecast wereCftst werecst
cast in the Maine legislature today for forUniJLed forUnited forUnited
UniJLed United States Senator In the house houseSenator houseSDBlor houseSenator
Senator William P Frye received nc recIved lved eighty eightysix elghtya1x eightysix
six votes etes and William H PanneHthej PennII the thoDemocnHle theDemocratic
Democratic sheriff of o Cumberland CumberlandCounty CUmberlandCou CumberlantiCounly
County Cou u sixty The senate gave Mr MrFry MrP17 MrPz7
Fry twentythree votes totes otes and Mr Pen Pennell PenneU Pennell
nell six
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PLAN FOR NEXT CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNLeague t tJcagtle 4League
League of Republican ClKhn BXCQU BXCQUtivc Rxcouthe Itxciutive
the Committee nt Work WorkActive WorkActive ork orkAeUft
Active steps toward the formulating formulatingof f fot
of plans for the national campaign campa of ofie ofwere ofwere
ie were taken yesterday 7 by the execu executive eueutift esueutire ¬
tire committee e of the National League LequeoC Leagueof Leagueef
ef Republican Clubs which wbJc met at the theRaleigh theRaleigh theRaleigh
Raleigh Previous to the meeting Iag the themembers tbemembeQ themembers
members of tbeeoainlttee the contoittee Wee Basi ppthslr their re respects re reBpeet resports ¬
sports to UfM tPresidont PresMeat t to wbseu wb1rn the thewere alley alleyv theywere
were v preseatt9i pres by Qen g Qe gdwiaA Edwin Ire A Me MeAlpttt MeAlpta McAlpia
Alpttt of New N l w York Yerk presides PI r rt < > < the theleague theleague theleague
league and Gui A Scbuld wbe w wterday wbsmes was yes yesterday y yterday ¬
terday elected assistant secfttaKJri secfttaKJriUpon secratry secratryUpon aI7 aI7Upon
Upon returning to toe hotel botem1ttee hotelmittee thfcMn thfcMnmlttee
mlttee was called to order by 6asv IIk GedMcAipin IIkAlpin ntc ntcAlpm
Alpm whoouUined who outliaed the prospective tft tftor itavk itavkof ik ikof
of the league The South Is regaded regejdedby regejdedbymany by bymany f fmany
many of o the members ben as debatable dbLpbie bleter bleterrltory tee territory teeritory ¬
ritory and the member aemberi bera were urged to toeffect toeffect toeffect
effect strong organizations In that section sectionReeeiutkmc 1IeCIIDnRtJons sectionResolutions
Reeeiutkmc highly blY commending the thePresident tlaePresident thePresident
President and pledging p to hint the con continued eoDtinue4 continned ¬
tinned support of the league I were wereat wueat ro ped pedat
at the evening meeting The ways and andmeans andof endmesum
means of organizing dubs d fer fthe the cam campaign aIIDia cmijialgu ¬
paign ia of 1908 especially in the Southern SouthernStates SoutIaernSUlt SouthernStates
States SUlt were discussed discussedA
A number B1I of committees COlllll tteea were appointed appointedto
to further the work of the organization organisationof CJII
of dubs and the routine work of the theleague melangue theleague
league As St Louis Lou Chicago Cincin Cincinnati CiBdntl deem deemnati ¬
nati tl and Indianapolis contended for the thenext thenext thenext
next meeting place of the committee t it itwas ItWAS Itwas
was finally decided that tha t the t place and anddate Deldate anddate
date should be decided by Gen McAJpin McAJpinpresident McAlpInpre8tdaat MeAlpinpresident
president of the league to be announced announcedlater DD01IIIetdIattr announcedlater
later laterSMITE IattrSmTH laterSMITE S
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Kentucky Kcntuck Mountaineer DcHlev De Deni les He HeVaH HenIC HeVng
VaH nIC Trylnjr to KNcanc Tan lianvJackson TanJaekOD LoWJackson
Jackson Ky Jan 15 liGlvUl Givan sikh sikhbrother Stoithbrother nith nithbrother
brother of John Smith wh wh was arrested arrestedlast anited anitedJut assistedlast
last night on Otter Creek in in Breathltt BreathlttCounty atldttCounty BreathlttCounty
County surrounded by y his hla friends t tthat den denthat denise denisethat
that his brother was attempting Pdlccape to es escape encape ¬
cape into Perry County C UDti In a statsnMiit statsnMiittoday t ttodaY
today he said that limp John Smith fearing fearingassassination feutDnaUoIa fearingnrnasinatlou
assassination naUoIa had taken refuge ref in th thwildest tbwildest the thewildest
wildest part of Breathltt County in oreVr oreVrto fII1krto mr mrto
to protect himself bl from fro men whom he hehd h hhacl hehad
hd been warned would kill him l m CMvmn CMvmnwas GIftnwas Olvanwas
was taken to Beattyville and placed In Injail InjaJl Injail
jail jailThe
The writ rit of prohibition against Special SpecialJudge SttedaITuc1ce SpecialJudge
Judge Came was w n nit yr t beard at Frank Frankfort Fnuakfort Frankfort ¬
fort today t claT On account of the amended amendedpetition sedpetlUoa amendedpetition
petition setting > up facts to disqualify disqualifyJudge dlaquallfyJude disqualifyJudge
Judge Carnes the hearing was 81 postponed postponeduntil pcMItpoaeduntft postponeduntil
until tomorrow tomorrowGOLDMAN tomorrowGOLDMAN
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Charge Apwit Agn nhtHt inst the Anarchist AnarchistDropped Annrcbht1rOIJllcd A immtrcJmiIslroppcd
Dropped in Yew feM e York VorkNew YorkNew YorkNew
New York York Jan 15 15AC Acting DI ntfpn the therecommendation thereeommendatton therecommendation
recommendation of Assistant District At Attorney Atorney Attorney ¬
torney Keough Magistrate Moss M in tb tbEssex the theE1I8eX theEssex
Essex Market Court today signed the thedischarge thedlscharp thedischarge
discharge papers of 0 Emma Goldman the thewoman theWOIftD thewoman
woman anarchist rchlst and her companions companionsAlexander companionsAlexander 1 QII8Alxander
Alexander Berkmaa and John B CoryeH CoryeHIn ColIIn CoryeIlIn
In asking for or the discharge discharge of the trio trioMr trtoIr trioMr
Mr Ir Keough K h said Id he was liifiueneeH lulbe8CIIIII Inueus by the thefact the1Aet thefact
fact that the grand jury a a few days ago agohad Cobad agohad
had refused to indict Mfes GnHssiii for formaking lorDlAkln formaking
making DlAkln an alleged incendiary aMseh aMsehtime some lIOIDetime somethee
time ago at the Manhattan Ly Lydefendants Lyeernn Ht Htaid Hesaid >
aid the present ot case against 1a8t Ute three tIIftedteadanu threedefendants
defendants was of a similar character characterland dulraeaeran4 characterand
land and that he believed it woujd wovd wovdto bt btto 1Mto
to further prosecute them themI themJOIIt themnJust
I Just what hat I expected said the Is woman womananarchist womananarcblBt womananarchist
anarchist as she was leaving court courtJIM eowtJIM courtri
JIM ri CROW LAW SETTLED SETTLEDOklahoma SETTLEDOldnlunun SETTLEDOkialmoimma
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Dallas Tex Jan 15 15The The Jim cn ew ewraliroed w wrailroad Wrailroad
railroad car question n was finally ftnall7in settled settledin nestledIn
in the Oklahoma State constitutional con tttudol al alention con convention casiventIon ¬
vention at Guthrie today todayAs todayAs todayAs
As a compromise e to meet aU objections objectionsso o oso
so 5 ° far made Delegate Tracey Tra of Beefier Beajrerintroduced Beefierintroduced r rIntrnduced
introduced a proposition compaflmf mil milroads railroads 11 11ro
roads ro ds to maintain separate parate coaches cea hes and andwaiting aDdwaltlng andwaiting
waiting rooms for negroes n j ita itaan Oklahoma Oklahomaand Okiallernaand
and providing that this t l6 article In t con constitulion eoAsdtuUon Coilstitution
stitulion shall be submitted aepamtejr parate for forthe forthe forthe
the vote ote of o the people The proposition propositionwas n nWAS
was adopted in this form formKILLS formKILLS formKILLS
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Lubeck Germany Jan 1iBrnst Ernst Stiller Stillermanager StIllerJJNUlAger Stillermanager
manager of the local Bank of Commerce CommerceR
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was shot and killed in a street here to today to today today ¬
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