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I Wall Senator Defends His HisRight HisRi HisRight
Right Ri htio to Senate Seat SeatNEVEn SeatsNVER i iPOLYGAMY
Declares DooJucIhnt That Any All Mormon Who Vllo Has HasTaken lIusrnltcn I1a I1aFakc2I
Taken Plural Wife Since 3Ianlfcsto 3IanlfcstoShould 3lanifeitShottlil nnUest nnUestShon111
Should Be Prosecuted ProHocutedBndowment ProHocutedBndowmentOnl1 Endowment EndowmentOatih
Oath Not ot Hostile to Government GovernmentVote Goernmentyotc GovernmentVote
Vote to lie Taken Today TodayHeed Todn TodnHeed TodayReed
Heed Smoot spoke > for himeeif tf yester yesterday yuterday yeaterdiy ¬
day The Jons 11111 Qn and a d dignified l srilenee he hehas hehas hehas
has maintained during the four years 7e rsthat rsthatk1s that thathis thathis
his fitness ntn for a seat in the th Senate has hasbe ft hasberi S Sbe
be be beri n on trial rtal wag w at last t broken and his hisvoice hisvoke htsYoke
voice was wa heard in his hi own defense defenseHe dtfen dtfenH dtfeneeHe
He H took the floor shortly attar the theopening theOJntnr theoenng
opening Although the time Urn of moating mCQtlngwas me6tlngwas moatingwas
was an hour earlier then customary c stomary al almost AImost I Imost ¬
most overy very Senator was in 1 his seat The Theman TheMan TheMan
man who for or four our l years has been almost almostconstantly almowteonslantl almoitconstantly
constantly eonslantl In the public eye y as a result of ofdemands ofdemands ofdemands
demands by organisations tlon throughout the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country that he be excluded because of ofhie orhie O Obe
hie church connections moved from his hisplace hlaplaee htaplace
place in the rear renror at the chamber to the themain thsmaIn themain
main aisle where ere he could be plainly plainlyseen plainlyseen p4alnlyseen
seen and clearly hoard hoA b by y every Senator Senatoron
on Oh the th floor oor and every spectator spec Ltol in the theHe thecalleri thegalleries
calleri calleriUe galleries galleriesH
He H reaH 1Wt his speech from manuscript nU ertpt and andconsumed anclcedWINd andcoosMm
consumed coosMm d hardly hardl half an hour in Its Itsdelivery Itsdeltery Itsdeltuery
delivery Senators Se lltors followed every word wordThere wordTlaere wordThs
There were no interruptions Interrupt When he heconcluded h hconeluMd 1wcosehided
concluded Senator Senat r Ahjrich the tactical tacticalRepublican tacticalRepublican tacticalRepublican
Republican leader was w one of the first flrstto firstto firstto
to congratulate him The speech s was wascharacterised waachanlcltertMd wacchaaeterleed
characterised by a a spirit of dignity and andfrankness andr andfrnkne
frankness r without a tinge of bitterness bitternessagataet bitternesst htternessabt
agataet abt t these who have been fighting ht1n to tohave tohaft tohave
have Mm It unseated unseatedHns uae ieeatedlIns tecl teclUnft
Hns But One Wife WifeJlrst Wifebit Uc UcJII1oat
Jlrst bit I desire to state t he said uto utothe to tothe tothe
the Senate SIsats and ad to the country that I am amnot lunnot amnot
not not and never have ba vt been a a poiygamlst poiygamlstI poI7 m mI
I never a ver have had but one wife and she is ismy Ismy Ismy
my present eseat wife wifeTaking wifeJaIdatr wifer1di
Taking r1di up the charge that there have havebee baWlbeee havebee
bee beee ppijrgmaiovs oyamous mantes manIIa mtregot since nce the themanifesto themad theiuaidfto
manifesto mad Senator Smoot aatd with em erophstte emoor emphM
phstte phstteI phM
oor I have ve no hesitation bnltatlOll Mr President in indecbutsjg Iadec1ata
decbutsjg decJJu dec1ata to the Senate and to the Amer American AmerICII AmerSeals ¬
Seals people that in my opinion any man manwho manwho
who has h married a polygamous poI7P wt wtsince wife wifesInce
since snee the manifesto tato should he prosecuted prosecutedand proIIeCwt proIIeCwtand preecutadand
and and If convicted oYIcted TIcted should suffer the pen penalties penaka penatlee ¬
aka of the law and I care not who the theman theman
man ma might be or what position he might mighthold mIkthold
hold in the church be should receive the thepunfcmntent thepunistunent
punfcmntent pronounced by the law hvwagainst a lawaaIaet W
against Ida crime crimeThe cilmePh
The Ph testimony t taken before the com cemmAt enmmittee commute ¬
mute mAt tends to show s that there the have havebeen banbeeJI havebe
been be i some polygamous marriages since sincethe aloesthe nee neethe
the manifesto 1 believe that such cases caseshave eaMIhave coatshave
have been rare They Tb y have not received receivedthe recelftdthe receivedthe
the sanction action or 0 the eaeouna encouragement nt of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Church They have been sporadic sporadicand 8piratllcand spiradIcand
and not systematic sy in their occurence occurenceSenator 0CCV1fttCegeMator occvrencesenator
Senator Smoot then entered into a dis discussion d dcon dcuIon ¬
con of the famous oo endowment ndo 1It oath oathwhich oathwhlela oathwhich
which It has been charged disqunHnes disqunHneshim d qwclUfeshi diaqualideahim
him hi far the o8ice of Senator SenatorThe Senatornste SenatorThe
The Senate nste will understand under he said saidthat eaJdUthat caMthat
Uthat that these ceremonies are of a sacred sacreddiameter meTedcharacter cred credchaetr
diameter to thow > participating partlctpaU in them themand ematd themund
and are therefore tore not divulged divulgedJVo dhul dhulo divuIedo
JVo o Hostility to Government GovernmentThere OOlrnmentT1M1e GovernmentThere
There does not exist In the endowment endowmentceremonies enc10wMelltC8lel endowmentceremonies
ceremonies C8lel OltIetlthe the temotfSt remotest suggestion ot otbfttttgKy otIf otOt
bfttttgKy of If fJt f antagonism to th tb United UnitedStates UaitedStaa 1oItedStat
States Stat or to t any ether nation ti They are areof areoC areDC
of It purely religious nature JUt ture wholly wboll be between bet betweei ¬
tween t the person taking them and his hisGod 1t18 1t18Got IdaGod
God and tUId as with the ritual of various variousfraternal vartovsfratelMl varlouefraternal
fraternal organization regarded as assncrod Jag8ft asmeTed
meTed 8ft and secret secretThere eeentTbftoe secretrhere
There hi not a solitary Instance where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the influence of the endowment ceremo ceremonies oereIROna osremonice ¬
nice has been displayed < in an act of oft hen hostility henlilkJ ¬
t tility to the government vernment If J any effect effecthas efleethas effecthue
has been wielded It has been for the themost themost themost
most devoted loyalty to our own nation nationThe nationTIae nationrho
The Senator then paid a tribute to the thepatriotism thepatltottllm thepatriotlein
patriotism and loyalty Jo1 t of the people of ofUtah orrtab18 ofUtah
Utah rtab18 m the war with Mexico exleo the civil civilwar civilWhr
war w r and especially h lJ In the SpanishAmeri SpanishAmerican ¬
can war and subsequent lighting in the thePhilippines thePbl thePhIUes
Philippines PhilippinesI Pbl PblI PhIUesI
I formally and solemnly aver de declared dfl dfldared dotored ¬
dared Mr Smoot SMoot in conclusion u that in inevery Inevery Inevery
every vote and action as United States StatesSenator statesset StatesSenator
Senator set I shall I be governed velftd in the future futureas tuUireas
as I have been In the past st only by my myconvictions mytOItvle myeonvlctlons
convictions tOItvle OM of what hat is best for the whole wholepeople wholepeolle wholep0014
people of the United States I have never nevertaken nevertalt nevertakes
taken talt any 7 oath or obligation religious or orotherwise orotherwise orotherwIse
otherwise which conflict in the slightest slightestdegree sll slightestdegree htest htestd
degree d ree with my duty as a a Senator nator or as asH ua ona
a cftioen I owe no uliegiance to any anychurch anychureh anychurch
church or other organisation which in inany inany Inany
any way interferes with 1th my supreme alle allegiance aileglaRCe all allglance ¬
glance in civil affairs to my m country counlryan counlryanal countryanallegiance an anallegiance
al allegiance which I freely fully and glad gladly tla4lJ7 gladly ¬
ly give
Dillinglmm Defends Smoot SmootSenator SmootSeMt SmootSenator
Senator r Diltingham of Vermont who whoJoined whojeMed whojoined
Joined in the minority mlft rltT report followed followedMr folloedMr followedMr
Mr Smoot in defense of the latters right rightto rllhtto rightto
to Ms h seat He declared that the fight fightagainst fighta fightagainst
against a lut Senator Smoot had cl proceeded on onthe onthe enthe
the false assumption that he was a polyg polygamtet polygamtt polygamlet
amtet Mr Dllllngham read the testi testimony te testimony tl tlJ1OII ¬
mony of Dr Buckley of the Methodist MethodistEpiscopal MethodistEpIIcopal MethOdIstpl
Episcopal pl Church who visited Utah and andmade andmade andmade
made an Investigation ht tigatioft which resulted in inconvincing InOftYlncl inonv1nchg
convincing OftYlncl him DtlHngtam DlIHn JR that See Senator Seeator n nater ¬
ator Smoot was personally above re reproach re reproaeh repreach ¬
preach Even E Senator Burrows who whopresented whopn whopresented
presented pn eated the report against Senator SenatorSmoot SenAtorSntoot SenatorSmoot
Smoot admitted the tltelatter latter was not a apotygiunfst aThe apolyal
potygiunfst potygiunfstThe polyalThe
The Senator from Vermont said It had hadbeen hIulbeen hadbeen
been sixteen years since the Mormon Mormonchurch Mormonhurell Mormonehurek
church received a revelation indicat indicating JndkatIIl Indicatleg ¬
leg that in commercial political and andchurch Andchurch andcharch
church matters Jltatterg flers the Mormon brotherhood brotherhoodno
no longer claimed to act purely upon uponrevelations uponrettoM uponrevMdoao
revelations given to them through their theirpriesthood Uwlrpr theirprhotheod
priesthood priesthoodThe pr prhotheodThe tHod tHodThe
The Senate will m vote at 4 oclock this thisafteroeoa thisaftftBeOR thisateraeoa
afteroeoa on the question whether Mr MrSmoot Mrsmoot MrSmoot
Smoot hi entitled to retain his seat Sen Senator Senat Sonatr ¬
ator at Dubois will open the t debate and andSenator and8enator andSenator
Senator Burrows will close Among the theothers theothet theothers
others who 110 will ill apeak are Senators Bev Beveridge Bevrtd Boyeridge
eridge rtd Farakw Farak Spooner 4 and Dolllver DolllverIt
It is I conceded that Mr Smoots right to tohis toh tohis
his h seat will be upheld by a a large JartelnaJortt7 largelnajoiti largemajority
majority majorityEEGEET lnaJortt7REGRET lnajoitiREGRET
Women omcn Arc Pleased However with rrlthHiN withHb withHin
HiN ICrnnlcitcxs on Mormon Issue IssneEvery Isliuewoman Issueevery
Every womans organization or nlzation hi the theUnited thetnlted theLnItSd
United States is to receive a list of the theSenators the111tors theSeniters
Senators 111tors and their recorded vote on the theReed theRfed theR
Reed R ed Smoot issue The list t will be com compiled compfltd cornpiled ¬
piled and sent nt out by the National League Leagueuf
uf Womens Organisations the purpose of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which Is to protect the country against againstfte agaill8tt
t fte te treasonable and polygamous teachings teachingsand teacJ teachingsand np npand
and practices of o the th Mormon hierarchy hierarchyand hleTareh7Ild hierarchyavid
and to maintain Christian Chrt ttan ideate of mar marriage marrjagt marri4ge ¬
riage The women WO 1fn are keeping keepl an honor honorli honorIIt
li IIt t and a list of dishonored dishonoredA dishonoredstatfmnt
A statement was Wi1 Issued yesterday enJa by bytho bytbl bytI
tho tI organization which says SI say that while whiletho whiletht whiletll
tho tll women regret t the th Pre Presidents ldellts attitude attitudeon
on 0 tin tti Mormon question they the are pleased pleasedtht edtild pleasedt1it
tht he ha hap 50 openly stated his position positiona pollltionald positionaid
aid a id placed himself on record before fore uie uieAmerican C te teiiwrIean
American 10 public for th tM retention of a aMormon armon aMrinon
Mormon rmon apostle in the United States Stat Sea SentT SeaL
tT I L r The Th statement deals at length with withic withthe
ic issue
In the S SeMte i te Mr Smeot dtfemfcd Ms hi right ta taMs Ie1ds Isuk
Ms scat est ar and Mr DBHagHflm she xaa iaa4e je e a aIn tpteek tpteekfa ee b bla
la We beJwir Most h t at tile tb aftorwens M easi easi1t5 snIsawos fe few
w wos 1t5 s dcwted dctet d to l flit tt pangraph P tMt rd teb relatleg t IIg g 1 to the theKcneev the1kfMK theUcuow
Kcneev ef Perettry Fer la f Uw isrienUvral appravrlt appravrlttiM apmdaUsa
tiM MH S Sueral reral minor Inor Mils vttt we 16 pU4 at AtRIcttt ft ftBigttt a3icst
Bigttt sessten The Swute inate adjwnwd ta today at
11 0cfecfc 0cfecfcTho o edeckThe cl c1c c1cno
The HBBSC devoted deTot d praeUally iwaett caUy Uw wte ot its itsR ttsn KSaMlun
aMlun R Mtan n te Ute i potocice tOIt > o toflicc aMHttprfettaa l ti f1 MIL I The Ttwprerfetooji Tkprerkfons Theiverkions
prerfetooji for rtdawlfteaUoa of p pettat tel e sledS erS aad aadcarrian aadc andcanher
c carrian 1IiIn whhh wo vocid ld haw JtU bad the etfaet e tet of in inensMas InC IncMdng
ensMas C salaries went rat OB po pof pone < Bta et f Older Olderraa merMaile aiderua4e
Maile raa k by g Mr Ir MMOS Meo of St ArtoMM tb tkaaiA 31r Mtirpk Mtirpkf 1 1of
of f Missawi dtlirend a sp Clefeh eh in tttnport tIt of Mi MianUappias WIantitillfia bkantltIisg
anUappias bill The lift 116ttH a fJeonted aarMd ta t tMOBE te teeL to toda1
eL da1
Three Hour Devoted to Profitless ProfitlessDl Profltle ProfltleDIsCUPl810IL ProfitlessDiscussion
Dl Discussion cn lou of Forestry Bureau BnrcnuThe DurnuThe BureauThe
The Senate devoted three hours yester yesterday yeaterday yocterday ¬
day afternoon to dLscussing d cuS8lng those sec sections Metions atetions ¬
tions of the agricultural appropriation appropriationbill
bill relating to the administration of the theforestry theforestry theforestry
forestry bureau of which Gifford Pin Pinohot Pinehot Pinohot
ohot Intimate friend of President Roost Roosevelt Rooselt Roostvolt ¬
volt elt is the chief At tho conclusion the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject was not exhausted The reser reservoirs resort reservoirs ¬
t voirs ot oratory which Senator Proc Proctor Proctor Preetor ¬
tor of Vermont who had charge of the theagricultural theagricultural theagricultural
agricultural bill declared Monday to be beinexhaustible belnexMu beinexhauetible
inexhaustible lnexMu tlbIe seamed as resourceful resourcefulyesterday resoureofulYCsterda3 resourcefulyesterday
yesterday There was much of the som somber somber sombor ¬
ber sameness in the debate but occa occasional eceaston occasional ¬
sional l flashes of humor humorIt humorIt humorIt
It lacked ten minutes to 6 oclock at atwhteh atwhich atwhich
which hour the Senate was to adjourn adjournwhan adjournwhon adjournwhen
when Mr Lodge of Massachusetts MtlStachu etts took tookthe tookthe tookthe
the floor Once a year Y ftr Mr L Lodge odgc gets getsvery getsv getsvery
very v ry much in earnest reflecting an up upheaval up upheaval upheaval ¬
heaval of popular sentiment in Boston BostonIt BostonIt BostonIt
It is when the item in the agricultural agriculturalbill
bill Is reached appropriating money to toaid toaid toaid
aid in extinguishing the gypsy moth mothand mothand mothand
and the browntall moth Patiently PatientlyMr PatientlyMr PatientlyMr
Mr Lodge waited during the whole after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon while Senators talked about forest forestflres forestftres forestfires
fires When he gained the floor finally finallyhe ftnallyhe finallyhe
he was in a hurry When Mr Newlands Newlandsof
of Nevada sought to interrupt Mr MrLodge MrLodgo MrLodge
Lodge was Impatient ImpatientI
I have only ten minutes and I have havebeen hAvebeen havebeen
been sitting here all afternoon and I Ihavent Ihaent Ihavent
havent spoken once he paid paidThe MidThe sldThe
The apparently injured tone ton with which whichMr whichMr ch chMr
Mr Lodge resented reH > nted the oversight aroused arousedlaughter ArOUHdladghter arousedacghter
laughter in which the Massachusetts etta Sen Senator Senator Sonator ¬
ator bad to join J As he saw the joke jokehe jGk jGkho jokeho
ho remarked remarkedMI
MI I know that tha t is a long time for me to tekeep tokeep tokeep
keep silent silentAt slleRtAt silentAt
At a night glat session numerous minor minorbilks mmorbIIt minorblqs
bilks bIIt were passed Mr AMrich called up uphis uphis uphis
his socalled currency bill when hen it was wasreached 188rMcMd wasreached
reached ori the calendar but after it ithad Itbad Ithad
had been partly read suggested sUlge ted that it itgo ilge itgo
go over The Senate Sena te then adjourned to totoday totot1a totoday
today todayGIVES tot1a tot1aGIVES todayGIVES
Congress to Shift Responsibility for forPanama forPlnama forPanama
Panama Construction ConstructionClause ConstructionOJnuolc ConstructionClnue
Clause In Sundry Sunllr Civil Bill Allows AllowsContract 4lIosContrnetH MlowsContractM
Contract for Whole hole Work With WithI Without Vlthout
I out Cot Limit LimitIn LImitIa LimitIn
In the sundry civil appropriation aJfHO rtatIOR bill billwhich btUI1dclI billwhich
which was completed by 1 the Hewse H Hens Com Committee ComIWtUft Coinuttsat ¬
mittee on Appropriations yesterday nIILy nIILyIs there thereis thereis
is a provision pro of legislation which author authorises aatboriRS authorIses ¬
ises the President PreIdeut to make contracts for forthe fortJte forthe
the construction of the Panama P Canal Canaland CaulaDd Coastand
and which 1l eb according aceonn to the interpreta interpretation Interpretation ta tatIon ¬
tion placed upon it by members of the thecommittee tb tbeoanntttee thecommittee
committee leaves him unrestricted as to tothe tothe tothe
the amount of money which shall be ex expended expended enpended ¬
pended under such contract The bill billprovides billproYkles bittprovides
provides that nothing nothln in the canal act of ofJune orJUIM ofJuno
June 2S 3S MOB I9I shall prevent t the t President Presidentfrom Pretlklefttfrom Prealdeotfrom
from entering into such contract ontroc trae or con contracts COIIl1aes eontracts ¬
tracts R s may be deemed expedient by byhtm byhim byhim
him for the comptetten oompied er f the construe constroctton coutructJoK construetion
tton of the Panama Canal CanalThfe canalThin I ITId
Thin section is construed to empower empowerhim emJlOWfthilR empowerhim
him to make contract contracts to complete the thework thework thework
work whether the cost eo t Is oQfCOoJ 13X4 < P3 or orM orrooooo orZLlOGt
rooooo ZLlOGt M > 09CiOa as many believe it will wilt be beCongress be beConcreu beCongress
Congress thus relieves Itself of the de details de detaUs dotails ¬
tails of construction tructfon and leaves lea Tn the entire entireadministration entireadmlnlfinuion entireadminlatration
administration In the hands of the Presi President PrMtdent Prealdent ¬
dent and the Canal Commission On The Theargument Thearwumeat Theargument
argument hi made in behalf of this pro provision prGvUlon provlalon ¬
vision that inasmuch as no contractor contractorwould eoatraelorwould eontrCtorwould
would take the canal work under the re restricted re restrtcte4 reatricted ¬
stricted appropriation that Congress CoftgretlStbus te Isthus tethus
thus forced to give the President un unlimited unHmltH vulimited ¬
limited authority to make contracts contrilctl or ordevise ordevIM ordevise
devise some 10 other plan for digging cft slD the thebig thebit thebig
big ditch ditchThe dttthThe ditchThe
The provision is the result of the re recent recent recent ¬
cent conferences which Secretary Seeretar Taft Tafthas TaCthas Tafthas
has had with Uh the subcommittee which whichframed wttlclttnuned whichfiamed
framed the appropriation Mil Incidentally Incidentallythe InetdefttAU InetdefttAUthe
the enactment ene t tnent nent of this provision it Is Isclaimed Jsclaimed isclaimed
claimed will mean an additional bonus bonusto bonuato bonusto
to the contractor if the canal Is to be bebuilt bebuilt bebuilt
built by contract If the total cost of ofconstruction o oconetructton ofconstruction
construction is increased IncreA the contractor contractorwould CGntraetorwould contractorwould
would receive r elve on a percentage p lCentage of the thetotal thetotal thttotal
total cost C93t a much larger sum than If the theexpenditure theexpenditure theexpenditure
expenditure were held down to the theamount theamount theamount
amount originally contemplated contemplatedFIND contemplatedFIND contemplatedFIND
Assertcil that Committee Amend Amendment Amenfmeut Amendmeet ¬
meet Favors nvorll Holland Boat BoatFriends DontFriends floatsFriends
Friends of the Lake Torpedo Boat BoatCompany BoatCompany BoatCompany
Company have discovered what they theydeclare theydecJare theydeclare
declare is a Joker in favor of the theHolland theHollanel theHolland
Holland Torpedo Boat Company in the thenaval thenAvAl thenaval
naval appropriation bill as reported to tothe tot tothe
the t he Senate SenateThe SenateThe SenateThe
The hill as passed p ued by the House con contained eOfttalned contamed ¬
tamed a provision for an appropriation appropriationof
of 21 300iQO for the purchase of sub submarine submarine submarine ¬
marine torpedo vessels ve els to be accepted acceptedafter acceptedAtter acceptedafter
after certain tests te ts The Senate Com Committee Committee Cornmittee ¬
mittee amended this provision by add adding sddIng addlag ¬
ing the following words No part p rt of ofthis ofUsb ofthis
this appropriation to be expended for forany forany forany
any boat that does not in such tests testsprove testsprove testsprove
prove to be b equal in all respects to the thebest tbebest thebeat
best boat now owned by b the United UnitedSuites UnitedStates UnitedStates
States or under contract therefor thereforThe thereforThe thereforThe
The only torpedo boats now owned by bythe brthe bythe
the government governmen t are of the Holland Hollandmake HOllandmake Hollandmake
make and should this amendment bo boadopted boadopted beadopted
adopted any competing boat would wouldhave wouldhAve wouldhave
have to be equal to them in every re respect respect resport ¬
spect In order to have any chance of ofbeing ofbeing ofbeing
being selected The friends of the Lake Lakeconcern Lakeoneern Lakeconcern
concern assert that its vessels esselsare are not notas notail notas
as speedy as the Holland boats but are aresuperior are1Iuperlor aresuperior
superior in every other way wayIt wayIt wayit
It was the intention of the Navy De Department Department Dopartment ¬
partment to prescribe tests in which all allpoints aUGints allpoints
points should be taken into considera consideration con consideration tdera tderatlon ¬
tion so that if one boat was not as asgood asgood asgood
good as another in one respect but was wasiuperior wasu wassuperior
superior u r1or or as good in another respect respectthe respectthe respectthe
the general average of excellence would wouldbe wouldbfI wouldbe
be considered eO ldtrld and such a vessel might mightoe
oe selected on the showing made by its itsaverage ItsAvera Itsaverage
average Avera Under the amendment added addedby addfdby addedby
by the Senate Committee such average averagetests Averatetetlts averageteSts s
tests would be impossible impossibleThe ImpossibleThe ImpossibleThe
The contention of the friends of the theHolland theHollund theHolland
Holland boat is that it is only fair for forthe forthe forthe
the government to stipulate that any anysubmarines anTsubmarln anysubmarines
submarines it may purchase in the thefuture thewlure thefuture j
future wlure shall be at least as good in infivtry hiftry liievery
every ftry way as a Uios those already In the theservice tbeervlCf theservice >
service It is i understood that the whole wholematter wholematter wholematter I
matter of o submarines in the navy nav will willbe willbf willbe 1
be opened in the Senate when the theamendment thelUntndJlacnl theamendment >
amendment comes up and that some someinteresting someintISUns someInteresting j
interesting developments may mil follow followAlways followAlW followAlways
Always AlW ys the Same SameTharps SameTharps SameTharps
Tharps Pure PureBerkeley PureBerkeley
Berkeley Rye
812 F St N W Phone Main 1141 1141Special 1141Special
1 Special Private telivery i le1hry elh
KILLS PAY INCREASE INCREASEClassification INCREASEClassification INCREASEClassificatioii
Classification of Postal Em Employes E1Uployes Employes
ployes Stricken from fr from lll Bill BillDUE DillD BillDUE
He Submits Poinis of Order nnrt nn I ISaxtainecl Ifil IfilSUMtnlned IsSustained
Sustained by b Chair CbnlrOerwhehuln CbnlrOerwhehulnJlnJorlt ChalrOverwlLelmlug ChalrOverwlLelmlugMajority Overwhelming OverwhelmingMajority
Majority JlnJorlt Doaires Provisions Re Iletnined RetnlnecI3lneh RetniiiedMiiclt
tnlnecI3lneh tnined Much Time Devoted to toSpeecheH toSpeecheH toSpceclLea
SpeecheH Not Germane to Dill DillThe nUlThe BillThe
The House devoted practically practical all of ofyesterdays ofuLerd8Ys ofyesterdays
yesterdays session HS lon to further considera consideration consldoratO considoratkfl ¬
tion tO of th the postoffice appropriation bill billin billIn billin
in Committee of the Whole The moat moatimportant mo htlOStimportant t tImportant
important changes made wore through throughthe throUlhthe throughthe
the elimination of provisions for the theclassification tboettlcaUon theclassification
classification of city clerks and carriers carrierscarrying carriersCIllTlng carrierscarrying
carrying raise of salary which went out outon outon outon
on point of order by Representative RepresentativeMacon RcprosontnUeMacon RepresentatIveMacen
Macon of Arkansas Arka S in spite of tho obvi obvious obvious obvlone ¬
ous desire of an overwhelming overwhelmln majority majorityof majorltor
of the House to have them retained retained The TheCommittee TheCommittee TheCommittee
Committee of the vfoote hoIe did not conclude concludeits conc11I1eIta conclpdeIts
its work on the bill WI and will m continue it ittoday Ittoday Ittoday
today todayWhen todayhen todayWhen
When hen general debate e was resumed Mr MrBennett MrDennett MrBennett
Bennett of New York complained that thatwhile thatwhUe thatwhile
while the Committee on Postoffice and andPostroads nndPOitrOAds andPostroads
Postroads wa was doing what it could for forthe fOlthe or orthe
the larger cities in the matter of In Increased Increased Increased ¬
creased salaries for clerks and letter lettoroar lettoroarrlera car carrier oarnero ¬
rier rlera nero friends of the Increase in the ver vernacular vernacular vernocuhir ¬
nacular of the street had been handed handeda
a a lemon He asserted that the pro provisions proTlelons provisions ¬
visions of the bill on that subject would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not Incraaae the salaries of these t classes classesbat claStleebut chancesbut
but instead In nine yoars would cause causea
a low lowA lOAA iouA
A number of speeches followed which whleh11M whichlit whichin
in the face of the enormous amount of ofbusiness ofbdneu ofbuSIness
11M business to be transacted in the few re remaining reJDainlng remolalug ¬
maining days of the session had b d MO MOreference noreference
I reference to the pending bill A number numberof numberof
of short speeches relating relatJn to the pro provisions provlsto provisions ¬
visions vlsto of the measure mr were also ao made madeafter made madealter madealter
alter which the reading of tho th bill for foramendment foralMJKlment foramendment
amendment was begunAdvcr1IaIur begun begunAdvertising n nAcIcrtbluJ
Advertising Item Intact IntactMr Intnetfr IntactMr
Mr Murphy of Missouri moved to re reduce reduce redue ¬
duce due the heat item carried in the bill billjm btUI biliSUN
I SUN jm for advertislngio aGveru ctgto 11500 I4 J6 0 H He thought Uaougtatte thoughtthe thoughtthe
the latter amount sufficient wmcient especially especiallybecause csp especiallybecuae el J JbecaUH
because although aJlho the ov government Bmont pos possessed IHMIthe peesessed ¬
sessed the largest 1r printing ogles o iee in the tlteworld the1OI1d thewarki
world 1OI1d the Postmaster General contracted contractedwith eOIItractifMIwith contractednitli
with private parties for the publication publicationof pu UcAU UcAUeC
of the Postal Gride GrideMr aeMr GueMr
Mr Overstreet of Indiana in charge of ofthe oCtM ofthe
the bill bW pointed out that the shot went wentwife weatof wentwide
wife of the mark inasmuch as that tMtDOt wasnot was wasnot
not the appropriation out of which 1dek the thePostal tilePowl thePostal
Postal Guide was pvMiahed The amend amendment amendt antinidmeat ¬
meat t was rejected rejectedOn rejectedOn rejectedOn
On a point of order Mr Murphy Mur was wassuccessful wuI wassuccessful
successful I to eliminating eIDIMtJa an item of oftor offor SnV SnVfor
for printing the opinions oplnto of the theinstant tileMtaDt as assietant
instant attorney rHy general l of the depart department drtJneJtt deportmost ¬
most mentWhen JneJttW mostWheis
When W that portion of the Mil billed was wa reach reached renched
ed provldl providing for the classification c tJon of city eityclerk cityclerks
clerk and carriers the only uuttreeUitg IRttf IRttfrule
feature of the days daT proceedings procee4m came up
Mr Macon Xecon of Arkansas Arka who no recently
has been active In preventing increase increaseof Increa Increaof Increasesof
of salaries on appropriation Mil bin bills made madeseveral madera1 modesecerol
several ra1 points of order thereby bringing a
down upon himself the wrath TIltl1 and ob objurgatkma 0b 0bJurgations ohjurgatIon
jurgatkma of almost t the entire member membership membermlp membership ¬
ship Betraying some impatience Mr MrOverstrlet MrOventrlet MrOverstrkt
Overstrlet Overstrkt conceded the validity of the thepoints thep thepoints
points p and aadjet said that if the gentleman gentlemanfrom teJtUnfrom gentlemenfrom
from Arkansas for notorietys sake sakewanted sakewaated sakewanted
wanted to block legislation desired by at
Kast W l per cent C the members mers of the theHouse tIMIIOUR theHonor
House the responsibility reepo must go 0 with withit withIt withit
it It The gentleman fttJeman was u quite within his hisright II IIJ1Pt hioright
right Mr Overstreet said saidArlijumnn aWArl saidArlhtnsnn
Arlijumnn Arl nnnn Resentful IteHentfnlMr ReHcofolir ResentfulMr
Mr Macon hotly resented Mr Over Overstreets OYerstreet Overstreets
streets street remarks rtts Mr Fitzgerald enlkl < of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York sold he did not propofet to permit permitgentlemen penultgeatlemen permitgentlemen
gentlemen like Macon to reap the bone benefits 1teJIeIta bonefits ¬
fits of the rules of the House and then thenprevent tbenpre thenprevent
prevent pre ent other Representative Repre notsituat notsituated HOt ttuat ttuatcd attuated
ed like them them from benefiting be eIlU from the theoperation theoperation theoperation
operation or those rules rulesAn ru ruAa rolesAn
An Amusing Am controversy followed with withChanman withChairman WithChairmen
Chairman Currier who sought to t t keep keepMr kHPMr keepMr
Mr Macon within wlt lft the pale J of parnamen parnamenUry NU1tame NU1tametary parliasnentory
tory usage l in alluding to Mr Ir Fitzgerald FitzgeraldMr PltzgeraidMr
Mr Macon Anally subsided subsidedSeveral wbekJfSeven subsidedSeveral
Several 1 amendment were added tided In Increasing Iacreaal hicreasing ¬
creasing creaal the appropriation for clerks In Inflrst Indrat Inftrat
drat and second class offices SSCi000 Af After After Attee ¬
ter disposing of 14 pages pa of Ute bill the thecommittee tilecommittee thecommittee
committee rose roseOn JOROft roseOn
On motion of Mr Sherman of New NevYork NewYork
York a a conference was as asked on the Sen Senate Senate Sonate ¬
ate amendment to the bin making al al1otmnt ¬
lotments Iotmen of Indian trust fund ful1df in the theTreasury
Treasury TreasuryAt
At 63 oclock the House Hous 6 adjourned un until ¬
til today todayCANAL todayCANAL todoyCANAL
Objection Prevents Action liy II Com Committee Comlultte CornmnItteeflIhl ¬
mittee mnItteeflIhl Bill nl Reported ReportedA R ported portedbill
A bill modifying the present law so soas 110as soas
as to permit the Panama Canal Com Commission ComIIIItOtt Cornmission ¬
mission to be composed of any 11 num number uUmer nunther ¬
her er of persons between one and seven sevenwas sevenwon en enW88
was favorably reported to the Senate Senateby Senateby Senateby
by the Committee on Interoceanie InteroceanieCanals InterfCeanleCanas InteroceanicCanals
Canals yesterday This authority is de desired desired dosired ¬
sired by the President in order to con concentrate COncentrate concentroto ¬
centrate the responsibilities re pon lbUlUo and man management management managenient ¬
agement of the canal construction constructionThe construetlonThe constructionThe
The committee also made a favorable favorablereport favorablereport favorablereport
report on onan an amendment to the sundry sundrycivil sundr7CITIl sundrycivil
civil bill appropriating US3n 29S t7 to topurchase topurchase topurchase
purchase the outstanding bonds of the thePanama th thPlUlama thePanama
Panama Hallway Company for the thoPltr thoPltrpose par purpose parpose ¬
pose of merging with the canal c nal i The Thestock Thest Thestock
stock st Ck of the company is already owned ownedby ownedby onOdby
by the government governmentThe govclnmenLfhe governmentThe
The committee took up the nomina nominations nomlnatlonll nominatiens ¬
tions of Chairman Shonts and the other othermembers othermembers othermembers
members of the Canal C llal Commission Commissionwhieh Commissionwhleh Commissionwhleh
whleh were inadvertently withheld by bythe b btbe bythe
the President since nee the beginning of ofthe orthe ofthe
the present session of Congress Ob Objection ObJection Ohjectlon ¬
jection was made by Senator Culberson Culbersonto
to a favorable report on the name of ofMr or1r oftr
Mr tr Shonts on the ground grouncIthat that he was wasdrawing waselmwlng wasdrawing
drawing salary 1ar7 as the head of the In Interborough Interborough I Iterborough
terborough Company Com ny of New York YorkMr YorkMr YorkMr
Mr Shoots who was before eCore the House HouseCommittee Hous HousCommittee HouseCommittee
Committee at the time time ivas wn 11S sent s nt for forand forand forand
and declared that he was wa not drawing drawingpay drawingpa drawingpay
pay pa from the company com pan The hour of ofadjournment ofadjournment ofadjournment
adjournment arrived before any action actioncould actioncould actioncould
could be taken takenInvcntiffntlon takenIncllltlgntion takenInvestigation
Invcntiffntlon Combination Combinations
A favorable report was ordered orde d by the theHouse theHouee theHouse
House Committee on Interstate and For Foreign Foreign Forolga
eign Commeix yesterday yesterdn on the resolu rasolution resolutioq
tion 1101 offered by Minority Leader Williams Williamsflirecung VUUttmsftlreocUng
Oirectlng the Department of Commerce Commerceand CommerceAnd Commerceand
and Labor to investigate and report the thequestion Utequeetkm thectuestIOn
question of ownership by b the New K ew Haven HavengOO Haveimand
and Hartford Railroad Company and the theSoutltcrn timeSouthern
Southern Pacific Railroad Company of ofsteamship ofstNmahip ofsteamship
steamship line lines engaged In coastwise COoSlwJSQtrade coastwisetrade
trade tradeXo tradeXo tradeNo
Xo Hone for New Xe York Building BuildingPostmaster DulIlHngP06tJnufer BuildingPostmaster
Postmaster P06tJnufer Wllteox Qf Q New York York re returned ra raturned raturned ¬
turned home yesterday convinced that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there is little or no prospect of securing securingan
an appropriation at this session se for or the theconstruction UleCOllftrucUon theconntruction
construction of a public building at the thePennsylvania thePennsylv3ala thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania terminal in the metropolis metropolisBtforts metropolisJlmDrts metropolIsrts
Btforts rts will In be made to Induce the th Sen Senate Sentf SonEtc ¬
ate tf to incorporate in the sundry civil bill billj billan
j an m Hem of 8000000 for or the proposed post poatI POldoflce postufilce
I 1 offlce building buildln
Senate DtapaHeit Disponesof of n Number of ofHone ofJlonllc ofHouse
Hone Measure MeasureThe MeasuresThe lenSt1reHTho
The Senate SO tilte last night passed p 9sod the fol following following totlowing ¬
lowing District bills billsH bUIllH billsH
H R l 120 To open a connecUng park parkway parkwa parkway ¬
way wa along alol g Piney Branch between Six Sixteenth Slxtoooth Sixtoonth ¬
teenth street and Rock Crook Park ParkH ParkH ParkH
H R n ll7J 1I7 To incorporate the National NationalGermanAmerican NationalGerman NationalGermanAmorbu
GermanAmerican German meIkan Alliance AllianceH AllianceH
H R R S1 111 W To 10 amend the nW entitled entitledAn entillodAn entitledAn
An act regulating the relent on con contracts contracts contracts ¬
tracts with tie District DistrictH
H R 28 21t1 To Include wll police in inspectors InsP InspOctors ¬
spectors sP under the police pension law lawH tawH Iawr
H r R RII 23860 To authorize a thorlz6 the recorder recorderof recur er erof
of deeds to recopy old records in his office officeH omcoH
H R R 2WJS 64Z To protect owners of milk milkbottles millbottletll milkbottles
bottles from larceny of the same samftSenate sameSenate m mSenale
Senate 4M6 To provide for the better betterregistration betterroglltrat1on batterregistration
registration of births birthsH blrUlsH bIrthsH
H R Rm75 3JK5 To extend Fortyfifth street streetnorthwest streetnorthW08t streetnorthwest
northwest northwestH
H IL R R S13W Ii1 To open Warren and Forty Fortysixth yortyslxllt Fortysixth
sixth street northwest northwestSenate north northSeonate northwestSenate
Senate S3tf I1 Authorizing the extension extensionof
of Park place northwest northwestSenate northwMtSelMlte northwtmtSenoteINS
Senate SenoteINS MM To create the Bnrnaby road roadfrom roadfrom roadfrom
from it Its intersection with the Livingston Livingstonroad Livingstonroad Livingstonroad
road to the District Dt tt1ct line lineSenate JlneSenate liesSenate
Senate 7S2f To authorize the District DistrictCommissioners DistrictCommlonelll DistrictCommianloners
Commissioners to close and abandon abandonThad abandonThadways bad badwaY8 fbadways
ways in the District outside of the city cityof cityof cityof
of Washington and transfer title of the theUnited theUnlt theUnited
United Unlt States Stat in said k1 roadways to abut abutting abutting abutting ¬
ting owners ownersSenate owne owneSenate ownersSenate
Senate MM i To provide for the Incor Incorporation Incur InoorpOrttIon Incurporatlon ¬
poration of bank banks within the District DistrictSenate DistrictSenate DistrictSenate
Senate SC S To authorize street railway railwaycompanies IftUwaycompan railwaycompanies
companies compan in the District to convey small smallfreight smHUfreight smallfreight
freight express B matter between midnight midnightand midnightand midnightand
and 6 a m mSANTO mSANTO inSANTO
Senate Committee Will 111 Attempt to toArrange toArrnuJc toArrange
Arrange for Immediate Vote VoteThe Voterhe VoteThe
The official copy of the new treaty with withSanto withSanto withSanto
Santo Domingo which hleh was signed recent recently recently ¬
ly 13 at Santo Domingo Domt Ao City by Minister MinisterThomas 1UnlaterT1ao1D8S MinisterThomas
Thomas C Dawson and the represents representative repre representslive enla enlatlve ¬
live of the Dominican government was wasent wansent 118 118llent
sent ent to the Senate yesterday It will willtake wilttake
take the place of the th treaty sent In Willi a aweek aweek aweek
week ago which was w wa a telegraphic copy copyonly copyenly copyonly
only onlyThe enlyThe onlyThe
The Senate geiate Committee on Foreign Re Relations ReJattona Relotions ¬
lotions will hold a meeting today tode for or the thepurpose thepUIJMH thepurpose
purpose of considering the new conven convention convenUon conventhin ¬
thin and arranging if possible lbI for taking takinga
a vote before befor the expiration of the pres present preaent present ¬
ent session sessionPLACE euIonPLACE sessionPLGE
Interstate Commerce Commission Di Direoted Direoted Direoted
reoted to Take Up the Matter MatterScnntc MatterSennte MatterSenate
Senate Interstate Commerce Com Committed Committee COniiuItt ¬
mitted iuItt Hn has JVo 0 Qnornm to Con Consider OonicIer ConNitler ¬
icIer La Ioliettc II1I1 II1I1TJie UIIIQIe luiil luiilltie
TJie ltie Senate Committee on Interstate InterstateCommerce IatellltateC InterstateCoinmerce
Commerce C failed to have ve a Quorum yes yesterday 7 7lenta yesterday ¬
terday lenta to continue coat eansWeraikm of the theLa tMLa theL
La L Follette bill provMtn pieviding for the valua valuation va vatlon valutlion ¬
lion of o railroads as a bask be for making makingjust JIIIIktogJut makingJust
just and reasonable rates At At feast there therewas UIeNwas therewas
was no Quorum until about one on minute minutebefore minutebefore minutebefore
before k was time for or the Senate se to meet meetand nMetaDd meetand
and the committee had no authority to tosit tosit topit
sit while the Senate is in session Seas Senstor SeIulor SeastoT
toT KIkins ElIdu the chairman of the commit committee commtttee committee ¬
tee tee expressed ex deep regret that the com committee COIftmlttee cornnmittee ¬
mittee could not proceed to report on the theMIL thebill thebUt
MIL There Tber were present Senators TIU TIUman TiUman Tillman
man Elkins Kean k n Crane Newlands NewlandsMcLaurta NevIaJMlMeLa fewlandsMvLaur
McLaurta MeLa MvLaur Carmacfc qtrmack and DoUtver DoUtverMr DoDI DoDIJr Dolflver4r
Mr 4r Elkins klns had a a letter from Chairman ChairmanKnapp ChatrtnaAK ChairmanWipp
Knapp K of t the Interstate Commerce Com Commission CoIamtIoa Cornmimlon ¬
mission stating that the proposed valua valuation ftl ftltIoa valustiots ¬
tion of o raO railroads wa was u a work calttng eaIII for forexperts CorexperU forexperts
experts and the cotnnnsnlon was 0 well wellable wellable weltable
able to undertake direction of o it It Atten Attention AtteatJoa Attention ¬
tion was called to the fact that the com commission comIon cornmniedon ¬
mission Ion had m hi May last year y consid considered COMIdttIed considered ¬
ered the subject The reason why the thecommission thecom thecommission
commission com In its last t annual report had hadnot hadnot hadmitt
not urged legislation 1U for the purpose Urpoeethat wa wathat WMthat
that the new rate law had been recently recentlypassed nlCellU nlCellUJIIUMCI rucentlypinased
passed and It was not deemed advisable advisableto
to ask for any an more legislation of o the thecharacter thecharacter thecharacter
character Indicted during durta the short son session MIllon sonion ¬
sion ion of Congress eo The members of the thecommission tlaeCOID thecoinmiaston
commission COID understand that the same samereason menuoR samereason
reason explains why the PrejsWeat Pr reideit t did didnot dfdBOt didnot
not take tak up the matter in his message j8 to toCongress tobt toCongress
Congress hi December DecemberA
A conference as recent as February 14 14between l4 l4Ntweea 14between
between the President and the commis COlD COlDsIon coinminslon commission ¬
sion was held to consider the matter of ofrailroad ofraUroad ofrailroad
railroad valuation and the President Presidentnaked Pre Presidentasked k1ent k1entMked
naked the commission to gather data and andprepare aaaprepare amidprepare
prepare to report on the nsjtter mmtter within withinthe witishithe 1UdAthe
the next few months monthsOFFICERS monthOFFICERS monthsOFFICERS
OFFICERS SHUT THEM OFF OFFBrovrnvllle OFFrovnPlvl1lc OFFBrownsville
Brovrnvllle WitncHsew Sot ot Allowed Allowedto
to Tell Gnrlln GnrUnJton toii All Fncf FncfThe PnetH PnetHThe FatctThe
The chief interest in the Brownsville BrownsvilleInvestigation BrowMvll1ehReRlptlon Brownsvilleinvestigation
Investigation before the Senate CommU CommUtee Colllfllttee Conmtttee ¬
tee on Military Affairs AKa1T yesterday arose arosefrom aroaefrom arosefrom
from from the assertion of several witnesses witnessesthat wttneaesthat witnessesthat
that they bad been prevented by the offi officers orocers ciiicers ¬
cers who ho first interrogated them from fromtelling fromtellla fromtelling
telling < aU they knew 0 about the th affair affairCorporal affairCetporal affairCorporal
Corporal Wheeler of the guard on duty dutythe dut7th dutythe
the th night of the raid said Id that Gen Gar Garllngton GarIID Gtelington
llngton IID on had shut him oft when he e at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to tell of having < heard the gal galloping salIopfnf galloping ¬
loping of o horses horse outside ou the barracks b tracks at atthe atthe atthe
the time of o the shooting aIIootJ Gen Garting Gsrlbt GsrlbttDD
ton he said bad told him bi to answer only onlysuch onlyucb onlysuch
such ucb questions as he asked ked him and this thisalso thksal thisalso
also o had prevented the witness from tell telling tellIn telllug ¬
lug In the officer that he had heard the thewhizsing thewhlzal thewhizoing
whizsing whlzal of o bullets over the garrison garrisonSomewhat prrl80nSoqaewhat garrisonSomewhat
Somewhat similar testimony was given givenby tlvcnby givenby
by Corporal Anthony Franklin who said saidthat SRldthat saidthat
that Copt Lyon had shut him off when whenhe whenbe whenhe
he started to state in his afildavlt n1 da1t that thatlie thAthe thathe
he had heard the whizzing of bullets He Hewas Hewall Hewas
was certain that he heard lead bullets bulletswhich bulletwhich bulletswhich
which were not the kind used u et1 by the sol soldiers 801rUfIS sotdisru ¬
diers rUfISThe
The Private Rooi Rooms in oar new Fireproof FireproofSlnngt 11reprootStiitag
Slnngt taflding are at ar thoroughly approved bjf bjfIto bJdie igLike
Ito hire LJodenrritrr LJodenrritrrW IjndennihTW lJtiderirritrrw >
The KfectreHe MUM Mayer fe the latest and andtkt andbftt andlant
tkt wlfpUring PttebMut tt t cbMrttt Operated with without vitltOllt wIthCan ¬
out uvdaling Can be h installed 1ft M any Make MakeReductions 1IIIIkeof sak sakBRASS
of pIanO pIanOBRASS
SALE SALEReductions SALEReductions
Reductions 25 to 33 33THIS 33i 33iTHIS 33TIIS
We r e believe our new Brass BrassBed BrassBed BrassBed
Bed room and and its stock to be bethe bethe bethe
the finest in iii the country countryWe countr countrVve countryTt
We Tt know that the values valueswere valueswere valueswere
were offering are umnatch umnatchable ullmatcha unniatcliable
able a le anywhere anywhereW anywhereW anywherew
F FStCor St Cor 11th
Notice NoticeofApplicationfor of Application for Charter CharterNotice
Notice is hereby given of the intention of the undersigned to toFlV toapply toapply
the Commissioners of the District of Columbia the the18th thei8th
apply FlV to IU lC < Jlllllll aiUllGia ltlt JUHBI t vi > WILIIIUIU w on i ii8th
i8th day of March 1vIar h 1907 at 10 oclock a m for a charter of incor incorporation incorporation incorporation ¬
poration under the provision of an act of Congress entitled An Anti AnAct AnAct
Act Provideior Provide for the of ti Trust Loan r Mortgage Mortgageand flortgageand f fn
n l to IU JL 1UVU1U lUl U1C A Incorporation uw pw QIHJH w L i iiii jwunt IIAW vj u uand
and certain other corporations within the District of Columbia Columbiaapproved Columbiaapproved Columbiaapproved
approved Qctober i 1890 and embraced in subchapter II of the theCode theCode theCode
Code o ot the District of Columbia ColumbiaThe C C1umbiarue lumbia lumbiaThe
The name of the proposed company shall be The United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Trust Company CompanyThe CompanyThe CompanyFlie
The company is to be organized for the purpose pUt UOSC poseof of doing gen general general general ¬
eral trust loan and mortgage business bt sincsst and such other business businessas
as may be authorized by said Act of Congress CongressThe CongressIhe CongressTile
The names of the proposed incorporators are areDANIEL areDA areDANI1IL
CAPITAL 41000000 41000000A 31000000THE
Being organized under a special Act of Congress relating to tothe to tothe tothe
the District of Columbia
C J r RIXBY RL First Vice President PresidentCHAS PresidentCRAS PresIdentCHAS
CHAS A DOUGLAS DOUGLASSeeond Second Vice President Pro ldent and General Counsel CounselRIGNALD CounselRIGNALD CounselRIGNALD
RIGNALD W BmAJUTj Third Vice President PresidentRICHARD Prc PresidentRICHARD ldent ldentRICHARD
RICHARD B CLAUGHTON Treasurer TreasurerJames TreasurerDIRECTORS TreasurerDIRECTORS
James M Baker BakerJoseph Creed M Fulton FultonAndrew wnifani flHam L L PenfleW PenfleWJ Pen PenflekiJoseph eld eldJOfIeph
Joseph F Birch BirchJoseph Andrew Glass GlassHarry J L Sprigg Poole PooleC PooleJOleph PooleJoseph
Joseph H Bradley BradleyRignaid Harry A Kite C J Rlxey RlxeyCharles RI RIRlgnalcl
Rignaid W Beaif Beaifwfiiiam BeaJf William H Martin MartinFrank Charles W Semmcs SemmcsT SemmesWilliam SemmcsWilliam
wfiiiam William G Carter CarterW Cart Frank P Milburn MilburnDaniel T 1 Franklin Schneider SchneiderDr
W v Wallace Ch Chl8we1l la well wellRichard Daniel N Morgan MorganDr Dr Presley M Rlxey
Richard E ClaughtOR ClaughtORCharles CIn < htOR Dr R Midyette MidyetteO South Trimble TrimbleHarry TrimbieCharles
Charles Hale Davis DavisCharles O T Martin MartinGirson Harry Wardman WardmanM WardmanCharles WardmanCharl8
Charles A Douglas DouglasB Girson Nordlinger NordlingerOwen r M 1 A Winter WinterCharles WIntprB
B L Dulaney I ul nty Owen Owen Charles E Wood WoodWashington
611 61 1 Fourteenth St N W WWashington I
Washington D C Telephone Main 244
3lr fr Murphy Iurph Get Gets In n Fiveminute FiveminuteSpeech FhrmluutcSlteech FIernimmuteSimeech
Speech on Jilw III Proposition PropositionRepresentative IJrOltOHltlonRepJeMntaUe IropusitlonRepresentatIve
Representative Murphy of o Missouri au author gthor sothor ¬
thor of the antlUpping bill bin go lJOt five a alites fir min minutes am ammites ¬
mites in the House yesterday y lo call atten attention attention aLtosdoe ¬
tion to the measure meuure In the course oC oCwhieh eCwhIeIt ofwhieb
whieh he added to the store of informa information informatiess WIIIa WIIIadon ¬
don of members of the House generally generallyM IYto
M to legislation on the subject subjectIt
It has been branded by Dylab some ome as fool foolish feellilt ¬
lab tegtotatlon he said but bV it IB no nomore nomore noniore
more foolish than when members provide providethat pnwIdethat providethat
that the old negro coachman coach who 110 stood stoodin 4in stoodin
in front of the Baltimore and Ohio depot depotIn depotIn dopotin
In the cold and in the ram rata should make makecertain makecertain ke ketaltt
certain taltt charges for his service Tipping Tippinghas TIppIngbecome Tippingbaa
has become a nuisance and a discrimina discrimination dleerhnlnaties r1ndDa r1ndDatJ ¬
ties tJ and if there was nothing else to tocommend tocommea4 tocommend
commend the bill the t argument ar meDt made mafOft be before before ¬
fore the District Commissioners juetMes juetMesits
its passage P The head waiter of one of ofWashingtons oCWhfDc1oD ofWashingtons
Washingtons famous fa restaurants sent lei If Ifthey Ittbe Uthey
they thought a man would not tip them themhe tMlabe themhe
he would not receive service serviceThe vteeThe serviceThe
The Business Mens Association of the theDistrict theDtatrict theDIstrict
District of Colombia In a resolution in indorslag Iador indoming
tag dor the bill bill said tipping had become becomea 1MeonMol
a species of bribery Bat some say we weare weare weare
are Interfering with personal liberties Ubertarau A Arailroad Arailroad
railroad rau company hi I not permitted to tomake tomake tosnake
make a present of a rebate toa to shipper shipperWe sbI sbIw shipperwe
We w are not allowed a to tip a voter for forvoting forvoUDg forvoting
voting a certain way Why should we be becompelled 1ftcompelled becompelled
compelled to tip a waiter What te the thedifference thed1Uereace thedifference
difference between tipping t a a waiter who whoreceives whoreceiv whoreceives
receives receiv a small salary and hi tipping a adry adry adry
dry goods clerk who receives about the thesame thesa thesame
same sa lilt salary salaryEngland salaryEngland iary iaryEnPind
England has passed an antitipptng law lawwhich lawwhich lawwhich
which took effect January 1 1 TGffl l This Thisbill ThisbUt Thisbill
bill fallows t lklws the New York law and the theWisconsin theWacoutn theWisconsin
Wisconsin law The same sort of a bill Milhas billhas billhas
has passed the t lower house of o the Mis Missouri MiaJqurl Missonil ¬
souri legislature ture It has been said Id that thatwe thatwe thatwe
we cannot judge Jud e France by Paris nor norcan ROIeaa
can 03 w we judge England by London but butwe butw butwe
we w ought o t to be able to judge the Untied UntiedStates UJlttedStatetl UnitedStates
States by its own capita capital capitalJ L LJ
Given 3Ini IntJll innsaeiimmsctte ncliuwctt Governor His HisIdcn UlaIden HisIdea
Idea of Turin Reform ReformRepresentative ReformReprNeDtatlve ReforimiRepresentative
Representative John Sharp Williams Williamsyesterday Williamsyesterday UIaM8 UIaM8yeetentay
yesterday sent t to GOY Curtis Guild of ofMassachusetts otM8SMdtUHtta ofManstehuseLtS
Massachusetts the following letter In re reply re reply reply ¬
ply to one from tro Mr Guild a few days ago agoindeeing agoInclosing SO SOIndblg
Inclosing copies of a petition to Presi President Pr Prdent Preddent ¬
dent Roosevelt Roe velt and Congress for tariff tariffrevision tart tartrevi8loa tariffrevision <
revision end Mr Guilds GuIld Jetter etter of trans transmiUal tnMmtttal transmIttal
miUal miUalThe mtttalThe
The doctrine of a maximum and mini minimum JIItnlmum minimum ¬
mum tariff Is not a new one to me I Ibelieve Ib IbelIeve
believe b 1teve I was the ftret rst man ma to suggest It Hupon Itupoa itupon
upon the floor of o the House of C Represen Representatives nepreHfttatlve Representatives ¬
tatives As the doctrine d is sought to be bemanaged bemana bemanaged
managed by Mr McCleary Senator SenatorLodge SenatorLodce SenatorLodge
Lodge and others it is I take it a new newone MWeM newOne
one to everybody If Senator Lodge Lod takes takesthe takMthe takethe
the same me view of it that Representatives RepresentativesMcCleary RepresentattvsMcCleary RepresentatIvesisteCleary
McCleary J Cannon and Dahsell do and andI
I have understood that he hedoes does namely namelythat namelylba namelythat
that lba t the minimum tariff should be the thepresent tbepre8eftt thepresent
present law and that a a maximum tariff tariffshould tarttroukl tarittshouid
should be something S9 larger by an agreed agreedpercentage agreedpe agreedpercentage
percentage percentageMy pe percentageMy Ata8e Ata8eUMy
UMy My own idea is to make the present presentlaw presentlaw presentlaw
law the maximum tariff and 4 to make a arevised Iirevled arevised
revised tariff ta tl the minimum giving by law lawthe a athe lawthe
the minimum tariff to all such countries countriesAS
AS do now no or shall hereafter ler admit to totheir tothotr totheir
their markets free of duty the products productsof
of our farms forests and ml mines e8 and also alsoto a alsoto Iso Isoto
to such countries as do now or shall shallhereafter shallhertafter shalthertafter
hertafter admit all of our our goods to their theirmarkets theirmarket8 theIrmarkets
markets at their minimum tariff rates ratesIn ratesIn rat ratIn
In other words I am in fayor of a maxi maximum maximum maxlmum ¬
mum and minimum tariff as a means to toward toward toward ¬
ward reciprocal trade relations and not in infavor Infavor Infavor
favor of two maximum tariffs the higher higherof
of the two to serve the purpose of re retaliation re retaliation retallatlon ¬
taliation only onlyThe onlyooThe onlyThe
ooThe The tr trouble with this second scheme achemeis elM elMIs
is that it leaves Jeav out of consideration eonshleraUpn en entirely eIIUre tamtirely ¬
tirely Ure the gigantic gl ntJc interest of 0 the Amen American Amerfcan Amencan ¬
can people in their commercial relations relationswith rela relationswith ttons
with such countries as Great Britain Britallt for ferexample forexample en enewmiple
I example which grant ntnt us every consid consideration eonekleraUon Conideratios ¬
eration and which are our largest cus customers eustDmers enstomers ¬
tomers tomersYou tDmersYou tomersYou
You Trill excuse me in saying before be or I Iconclude Iconclude Iconclude
conclude tills letter that in my Jn opinion opinionyou OPhttollou oplntopyou
you ou might just as weD look to a bald baldheaded bRldheaded baldheaded
headed barber r r for nn effective hair re restorer r rtorer restorer ¬
storer as to look to the Republican party partyfor partfor partyfor
for any revision of the tariff in the direc direction direction diraction ¬
tion of freer trade relations with 1U1 the theworld theworld theworld
Xo o DlKcriminntion Shown ShoiriiThe ShownThe ShiounTue
The House Committee on Commerce CommerceHeard Comlllercelteartl Commndrceheard
Heard Chairman T P Shoots and Pur Purchasing Purchasing Furchasing ¬
chasing Agept Aget D W V Roes of the Panama PanamaCanal PIU1ftmAI PnarntCanal
I Canal Commission Commission yesterday ye terdll to deny the thecharges thecbares thecharges
charges that in the purchase of materials materialsand mntorlRIsamI materialsantI
and supplies for the th canal zone the port portof gortof ott ottof
of New Orleans was unjustly unju tly and discrimi discriminated dlcrJmlnated discnimulnated ¬
nated against in favor of New York York3Iiiy YorkMay
May 310 Keep cep Oltl Medals MctlnlThe MedalsThe elnb elnbThe
The Housu Ho of Representatives passed a abill tblll abill
bill yesterday providing that holders of ofmedals ormodal8 ofmedals
medals of honor issued ls to veterans of the thecivil theclvfl thecivil
civil war under the acts of 1862 1I and 1SSZ 1SSZi lSQneed I Ineed
i need not surrender them in rase new newmedals newmedals newmedals
medals arc issued ssuc ssuedunder d under und r the act of 1SOL 19 L LI
Rules For It and Hours of Service ServiceMeasure ServiceMeasure i iMeasure
Measure Decided On OnDny OnDo OnDay
Day Do of FiveMinute I Speeches to Be BeGiven DeGIen BeGiven
Given Subsidy SoluclclyVlctor Victory for Each EachMenKure EftchJlenfure finchMeaNure
MenKure Probable ProlmbleThe ProbubleTIM ProbableThe
The effort O ort to get the subsidy y Mil b I be before be before before ¬
fore the Hence H resulted yesterday In an anagreement aAreemeAl anagreement
agreement reemeAl te bring in a rule for one onedays onedays
days 7 COIIIIIdera consideration tIOft ef c that j measure measurewith JlHl measurewith sare sare1th
with 1th flvemtnnte speeches speechesIt peedMtIt
It was also a agreed to bring In a rule ruleto ruleto ruleto
to put through the Htech B h substitute for forthe forUte or orthe
the La Follelte bill to Unlit the beers ef efservice ofatrylee
service for railroad employee employesFriends employeeFriends
Friends of the Esch bill were predict predicting predlctlug predictlag ¬
lug yesterday that t t would be peeeod peeeodwithout pu psesodwithout od odvUhout
without any debate and without oppor opportunity opportuit opportusity ¬
tunity tuit for amendment The friends of ofthe ortlte ofthe
the railroad mens organizations are arestriving ftrestrtvlag arestriving
striving to get some modification of the theplan thelM1I theplan
plan and a a chance ence to o offer otr r amendments amendmentsThey amendmentsT amendmentsThey
T They denounce nee the bill as wholly sub subversive subvetetve ¬
versive of c the purpose of the original originalbin originalbill
Besides the element that desires to get geta geta I Ia
a law for Uniting the hours of railroad railroademployes nU1rOAdenaItle7e raflroademployee
employee yesterday there appeared appMl oo a amovement amoement amovement
movement to include the employee empl 6 of ex express exJH88S oxpress ¬
press companies under u the terms of C the thebill theDill thehilt
bill It ig claimed that no consideration considerationhas COR8IderaUeDhas considerationhas
has been given to their conditions of ofservice oCservice ofsOrvice
service at any stage in the perfection of ofthe o othe ofthe
the bill MMThe billThe billThe
The struggle has now settled down to toa toa toa
a direct light t between oetw ea thee tIM railroad in interests inters isteronts ¬
terests and A d the railroad rall 8d employes organi organizations orgaRIa orgamilnations ¬
nations a o 8 including the Brotherhood BlOtherlMod of ofLocomotive ofLocomotive ofLocomotive
Locomotive Engineers Brotherhood of ofHallway orRallwa ofPJJlway
Hallway Rallwa Trainmen and the Order of ofHallway ofRailway ofRailway
Railway Conductors ConductorsRepresentativee COIHkIetorsRepresentatives ConductorsRepresentatives
Representatives Sterling of Illinois and andBartlett andBartlelt andBartlett
Bartlett of Georgia the former a Re Republican itaJMlI RepubiIean ¬
publican JMlI and the latter a Democrat In Introduced Introduced Introduced ¬
troduced resolutions re yesterday sterdq for a rule ruleproviding rulevtdlng ruleproviding
providing vtdlng for a general debate dob te under underthe underthe underthe
the fiveminute rule While the railroads railroadshave nJirOftdsve railroadshave
have ve a majority for the Esch bill it ntij ntijturn nt ntturn ntturn
turn out out that enough votes may ma break breakaway breakaway breakaway
away to Insure fair play with 1th matter matterof matteror matterof
of debate and a chance to amend the bill billby billby billby
by cutting out Its worst features and andpossibly andpoMtbIy andpossibly
possibly including express messengers messengersunder mneeeengersunder ngeP8 ngeP8U1Ider
under Its terms termsThe termsThe termsThe
The two rules will 111 be reported r ported as soon soonas so soonas n na
as a the poetoffice po appropriation Mil is dis disposed dlspo disposed ¬
posed of ofAt ofAt ofAt
At a conference held at the White WhiteHouse ktte
House 1 e yesterday in which the President PresidentRepresentative Pr PresidentRepresentative sldeDt sldeDtReprege
Representative Reprege tative Watson WAls Speaker Cannon Cannonand Caanonand cannonand
and several other leading Republicans Republicansof
of the House participated It was agreed agreedthat sgrOfdthat agreedthat
that an effort < ort should be made to hold holdsessions holdaeeeIons holdsessions
sessions tomorrow and Friday nights for forthe forthe forthe
the consideration con ldemtlon of the shipping bill billTo billTo billTo
To do this it will be necessary for at atleast atleast atleast
least MO Republicans to attend the night nightsessions nltbtslo nightsessions
sessions slo 8 as the Democrats will 111 oppose opposethe OPP opposethe e ethe
the bill and raise a point of no quorum quorumin
in committee cem tltt e of the whole if there are areless areJess areless
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