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4 THE WASHrMTOUHEBALDWEDtfESDAY WA I TONH 1 LDWEDNESDAY UNiTARY 26 191 1910 1
REPLY REPL Y BY NEED NEEDHAM NEEDHAMFinancial EEDllAMFinancial HAM HAMFinancial
Financial Methods ethods of ofG G W U UAttacked UAttacled UAttacked
Attacked at Hearing HearingPROPERTY HearingPROPERTY ficaringPROPERTY
PROPERTY DEAL EXPLAINED EXPLAINEDSenate EXPLAINEDSenate XPLAflFJDSenate
Senate Committee Hears Arguments Argumentsfor
for and Against aPropoBed Propo cd Amend Anientlment Ament1ment Amendntent
ment Extending Aid to Local In Institution Intitutlon Inititutlon ¬
stitution Womans Professional ProfessionalLeague Profe Profeii1ona1League slonal slonalLeague
League Classes It Thirdrate School SchoolReplying SclaoolRepl SchoolReplying
Replying Repl Ing to the statement made before beforothe beforethe
the Senate Committee on Agriculture yes yesterday yesterday OS OSterday ¬
terday by Dr Elnora Folkmar that the theGeorge theGeorge
George Washington University had loaned loanedDr loanedlJr loanedDr
Dr ClarIes W Needham 16000 on prop property property property ¬
erty which had an assessed valuation of of ofS500
58500 8500 the president of the university last lastnight lastnight
night said saidThe saidThe
The facts in this case do not warrantthe warrantthe warrant warrantthe
the statement statementIn statementIn
In the tall of 1906 the question of my mycompensation mycompensatIon mycompensation
compensation as president and professor professorIn
In the law school was considered and andit andIt andIt
it was agreed that certain free money of ofthe ottho ofthe
the university should be Invested In a ahouse ahouse abouse
house for the president presidentThe presidentThe presidentThe
The property was selected the cost costprice costprIce costprice
price being 13600 This property had to tobo tobe tobe
be changed and repaired the cost of Bach snchchanges Bachchanges suchchanges
changes being estimated at 3100 iOO Sixteen Sixteenthousand Sixteenthousand Sixteenthousand
thousand dollars was appropriated for the thepurchase thepurchase thepurchase
purchase and refitting of the house The Theproperty Theproperty Theproperty
property was purchased subject to a mort mortgage niortgage ¬
gage of 2600 maturing In one year and andthe andthe andthe
the title was taken by the treasurer of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the university who made the contracts contractsfor contractslor contractsbr
for the repairs repairsAfter repairsAtter repairsAfter
After the work was begun it was dis discovered dlscoered discovered ¬
covered thero was a tile sewer under under the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house and that the plumbing could not be beincreased beIncreased beincreased
increased on account of the size of the thepipes thepipes thepipes
pipes It was necessary therefore to totake totake totake
take out the old sewer and plumbing plumbingThis plumbingThis plumbingThis
This Involved a heavy additional expense expenseIt
It was wa found also that the heating ap apparatus apparatus upparatus ¬
paratus was defective and Inadequate Inadequateand Inadequateand inadequateand
and a new heating plant had to be in installed Installed Installed ¬
stalled the result being that the repairs repairson
on the house cost much more than had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been estimated After considering the thematter thematter thematter
matter and the desirability of some fur further further further ¬
ther Improvements to be made I sold a afmall aOmall amaI1
fmall place in the country and offered to tofurnish tofurn1sh tofurnish
furnish th the university the remainder of ofthe otthe ofthe
the money needed over the 15000 to put putthe putthe putthe
the house In good order orderThis orderThls orderThis
This was done and when the mortgage mortgagematured moctgagematured mortgagematured
matured in 1107 I furnished 5500 5f OO to py pyoft pa paoff payoff
off the mortgage mort ge making the total coat coatof COIItor coator
or the house amount to about SHEOO After Afterthis Afterthis Altarthis
this was done it was thought best that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the treasurer should convey the property propertyto
to me to secure the U5GO 5500 5OO which I had hadfurnished hadfurnished hadfurnished
furnished and for me to give back a trust trustdeed trustdeed trustdeed
deed on the property for the li000 ad advanced adyanced advanced ¬
vanced by the university the university universityto
to have the rightto dispose dlipo e of the house houseat houseat houseat
at any time when it desired to do so and andreimburse andrelmburre andreimburse
reimburse Itself It > > elt out of the sale Ie for the themoneys themoneys themoneys
moneys it had advanced advancedWhatever advancedWhatever advancedWhatever
Whatever balance was left would go goto goto goto
to reimburse mo for what I had per personally personaly personally ¬
sonally advanced advanced In the meantime I Ihave Ihae Ihave
have paid the taxes and Interest on the themoney themone themoney
money mone supplied by the university for the theuse theuse theuse
use of the house The interest for the thefirst thefirst
first year was 5 per cent but in 19W 1 it was wasreduced wasreduced as asreduc
reduced reduc d to 4 p per r cent centDr centDr centDr
Dr Harlan Explains ExplainsRev ExplainsRe Expia1nRev
Rev Re Dr Richard D Harlan and Dr DrCharles DrCharles DrCharles
Charles W Needham attended the sea session sasslor seaslor ¬
slor before the Senate Committee C mnltte on onAgrlctilture onAgriculture
Agriculture and Forestry and the former formeranswered formeramrnered formeranswered
answered In detail each of the criticisms criticismsthat crIUcIsmsthat criticismsthat
that have been directed at the Institu Institution Institution institution ¬
tion since the present agitation began beganHe beganHe beganHe
He explained the George Washington WashingtonUniversity Washingtoninlvcrslty WashingtonVniverslty
University was not a sectarian Institu Institution Institution insUtution ¬
tion and that Congres Is not asked to toaid toaid toaid
aid the university by a subsidy but It Itis Itis ItIs
is asked to extend the Merrill act benefits benefitsto
to the young people of Washington WashingtonThe WashngtonThe WashIngtonThe
The representatives from the univer university unhersfty university ¬
sity were not given an opportunity to re reply reply reply ¬
ply to the allegations of the Profes Professional Professional l lslonal ¬
sional Womens League because adjourn adjournment adjournment adjournment ¬
ment was taken shortly before noon to toallow toallow toallow
allow the members of the committee to toa toattend
attend a ttend tho session S55lO of the Senate SenateOcean SenateOcean senateOcean
Ocean Steamships SteamshipsNew
New ew York Jan Arrived Minneapolis Lon London LoDden Losdon ¬
don January Janu 1T 13 13Arrived 13Arrived 13StIdTCd
Arrived out Lusitania at Liverpool Liverpx1at MlBaehaha MlBaehahaat ID ha haat
at London LondonRailed LoodooRailtod Lndmi1ed
Railed i1ed from foreign ports Kaiw Wlh WUhdm lm der derfJroese deJ6Se dertrc6se
fJroese J6Se from Bremen BremenHervous BremenACID BrenienACID
ACID DYSPEPSIA DYSPEPSIANervous
Nervous People Are Frequent Suf Sufferers Sufferers Sufferers ¬
ferers from Too Much Hydro Hydrochloric Hydrochloric Kydrochloric ¬
chloric Acid in the Stomach StomachA
A Trial Package of Stuarts Dyspepsia DyspepsiaTablets DrftpcpJllaTablets DypcpInTablets
Tablets Sent Free FreeSour FreeSour FreeSour
Sour stomach or acid dyspepsia II IsA IIA Iia
A form of indigestion In which entire ¬
ly too much hydrochloric acid Is se secreted sacreted socreted ¬
creted by the stomach A sour taste tasten
in n the mouth is the most common commonsymptom cemmonsymptom commonsymptom
symptom of acid dyspepsia dyspe sla and the thesaliva thesaliva thesaliva
saliva which is normally alkaline alkaUnej is
found when tested to be changed changed to toacid toacid toacid
acid or just the opposite of what It Itshould itshould itshould
should be and IB a state ate of the secre ¬
tion which which causes eau es rapid and extensive
destruction of the teeth teethEverything teethEverything teethEverything
Everything oaten turns more or less lesssour 16S5sour lesssour
sour in the stomach but sweets and andacid andacid andacid
acid fruits are far worse in this re respect repect respect ¬
spect pect than other foods If the eructa eruct ¬
tion of liquids from the stomach oc occurs 00curs occurs ¬
curs they have such an extremely
sour taste as to set the teeth on edge
Hydrochloric acid Is an important importantconstituent Importantconstituent importantconstituent
constituent in the gastric juice but butwhen butwhen butwhen
when too much of it Is secreted it does doespositive d06Spos1tl doespositive
positive pos1tl e harm to the mucous lining of
the stomach and when acid dyspepsia
Is long continued it often sets up
chronic gastritis gastric ulcer and andother andother andother
other serious diseases seasS The premature
loss of all 11 the teeth has been caused
by acid saliva which was dependent dependentupon dependentUpon
upon the excessively acid condition of
the stomach stomachSTtTAHTS stomachSTeARTS stomachSTtARTS
STtTAHTS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
besides bt > sldes furnishing pure aseptic pepsin
to the stomach to dilute the excess of
hydrochloric acid and to digest pro
telds and albuminous foods very thor thoroughly thoroughly thoroughly ¬
oughly also contain bismuth subnl
trate and calcium carbonate which are areantagonistic areantagonistic areantagonistic
antagonistic to the acid and therefore thereforeneutralize thereforenputral1ze thereforeneutralize
neutralize the effect of tho excessive excessiveamount oxcosslveamount oxcesIveamount
amount of acd In the stomach and
the continued use of these tablets will willchange w11lchange willchange
change the perverted condition of the thesecretions theseeretlons thesecretions
secretions to a normal state
If you are suffering from hyper hyperchlorhydrla hyperchlorhydrla hyperchiorhydria
chlorhydrla as physicians term It Itor Itor itor
or In other words acid dyspepsia dyspe Sla and andexperience andexperience andexperience
experience a sour taste In the mouth mouthwith mouthw1th mouthwith
with acid eructations e ctatlans or heartburn be begin begin begin ¬
gin at once the use of Stuarts Dys Dyspepsia Dspepsla Dyspepsin ¬
pepsin Tablets using one or two after aftereach attertach aftereach
each meal or as may be required and andtho andtho andtha
tho same quantity at retiring time for
If this trouble Is allowed to run on
it may cause serious organic changes
In the stomach There are cases on onrecord onrecord onrecord
record where the lining of the stom stomach stomach tom tomJuh ¬
ach has been completely eaten away awa
through perverted action of the secre ¬
tions tionsStuarts tionsStuarts tionsStuarts
Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets have been beentried beentrtoo beentried
tried in all forms of indigestion and
dyspepsia with unfailing success so sothat rothat enthat
that no matter which form you may
be suffering from the quickest way to
bring about a cure Is through the use useof useof useof
of these powerful stomach tablets tabletsSecure tabletsSEcure tabletsSecure
Secure from your our druggist a fifty flft cent
box and get cured of acid dyspepsia or orwhatever orwhatever orwhatever
whatever form of indigestion you may be besuffering besuffering
suffering Also send us your our name and andaddress andaddres andaddress
address for frae sample Address F A
Stuart Company 150 Stuart Bldg Mar Marshall Marehall Marshall ¬
shall Mich
z
THE THELOSTPIFE THELOSTPIFEUpon LOST PIPE PIPEUpon PIPEUponth
Upon Uponth the th joyous New Years Day I threw my briar briarpipe pipe away awayI
I said with conscious rectitude liThe The smoking habits base and andlewd andlewd andlewd >
lewd it taints the breath and soils the teeth and often stains the thechin thechin thechin
chin beneath the smokers tongue is badly seared and he has hasclinkers hasc1inkersin hasclinkers
clinkers c1inkersin in his beard of nicotine he is so full no selfrespecting can cannibull cannibul cannibull
nibull would eat him raw well done or rare and een his neckties necktiesand necktiesand necktiesand
and his hair his hat his breath and trouserloons suggest plugcut plugcutand plugcutand plugcutand
and cuspitoons And so I throw my pipe away upon this gladsome gladsomeNew gladsomeNew gladsomeNew
New Years Day my friends no more will have to choke and andwheeze andwheeze andwheeze
wheeze in my tobacco smoke Since then the days drag slowly slowlyon
on it seems as though ten years have gone I walk the floor the thelong thelong thelong
long night through and jealous watch the kitchen flue fluefor for it itcan itcan itcan
can smoke and hold carouse and not bust fortyseven vows the thecookstove thecookstove thecookstove
cookstove makes my vitals gripe for it can dlt use its trusty pipe pipeThus pipeThus pipeThus
Thus far Ive kept the vow I swore but do not tempt me any more moredont moredont j jdont
dont talk of cabbage on the place or flaunt alfalfa in my face faceCopyright faceCopyright I IC
Copyright C rorlpt 1910 by b George Matthew Adams dmS WALT WALT VAIT MASON
DANIEL IS SETBACK SETBACKElected SENT BACK BACKElected BACKElected
Elected to United States Sen Senate Senate Senate ¬
ate for Fifth Term TermJOINT Torn1JOINT TermJOINT
JOINT BALLOT WILL BE TODAY TOBAYSeparate TODAYSeparate TODAYSeparate
Separate Vote Taken by Virginia VirginiaCongress VirginiaCongress Irglnln IrglnlnCongreu
Congress Yesterday e tcrday Alter Flood of ofOrntoryBill ofo ofOratoryBill
OrntoryBill o 1 for State Law Ex Examiners ExAminer Examincra ¬
aminers Apparently Passed None aieacre lleasure Nonere
Playing PlayingSiwAd PIalngto PlayingSrzcisl
cre re to Prevent Football
SiwAd taTne to The Wasfefcgtcn Wa lr roo Herald HeraMRichmond HeraldRichmond UeradRichmond
Richmond Va Jan SFollowing SFollowingfioods Following Followingfloods FoiowIngfloods
floods of oratory In both houses of o the thegeneral Utegeneral thegeneral
general assembly eembly Senator John W Dan Daniel DanleI Daniel ¬
iel was today tod y elected in separate sop ratt1 session sessionto sessionto
to represent the State in tho National NationalSenate NationalSenate NationalSenate
Senate for the fifth consecutive term To Tomorrow Tomorro Tomorrow ¬
morrow morro at noon the legislature will meet meetIn meetIn meetin
In joint session and will again ballot this thisbolngr thisbolng thisbeing
being the final vote on tho Senatorship SenatorshlpThe SenatorshipThe SenatorshipThe
The bill providing for a 8 board of State Statelaw StateIw Statelaw
law examiners was apparently passed passedbut passedbut passedbut
but Lieut Gov Ellison ruled that it re required required required ¬
quired a constitutional majority which it ithad Ithad ithad
had not received eo It was W 5 declared do lared de defeated d dfetited dofeeted ¬
feated feetedI
I
Argue Emergency Pension PensionThe PeI1l1onThe PenslonThe
The early e rlY hour of the house session sessionws HUlonwas sessiontaken
ws taken up In the main by an argu argument argument argument ¬
ment on on tho emergency pension bill Af Afteran Atter Alteran
teran ter an Interesting session tho house com committee committee coinmittee ¬
mittee on schools and collages decided to toreport toreport toreport
report favorably the bill requiring divi division division dlvisian ¬
sion school superintendents to be reel reeldents residents reeldents
dents and voters in the divisions to which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they are elected electedThe electedThe electedThe
The amount of compensation received receivedby receivedby receivedby
by the clerk of tho Hustings Court of the thecity thecity thecity
city of Richmond was before the house housecommittee hoUi8commIttee housecommittee
committee on counties cities and towns townsAssistant townsAssistant townsAssistant
Assistant City Attorney George Wayne WayneAnderson WaneAnderson WayneAnderson
Anderson said that no one knew what the thei thecierk theclerk
i clerk received receivedThe r receivedThe elved elvedThe
The senate rejected tho bill to permit permitrailroads permftrailroads permitrailroads
railroads to establish block signal gnaI sys systems systems
tems in lieu of telegraph stations stationsI staUonsThe stationsThe
j I The bill to prevent football playing In InInstitutions InInstItutions Ininstitutions
Institutions supported In whole or In part partby partby partby
by the State was considered In committee committeeand committeeand committeeand
and a favorable report to the senate was wasdecided wasd wasdecided
decided d lded upon uponPOSTAL uponPOSTAL uponPOSTAL
POSTAL BANKS ASSURED ASSITKEDEarly ASSUREDEarly ASSIJXEDEarly
Early Favorable Report on Carter CarterBill CarterDill CarterflU
Bill IB Certain CertainThe CertainTho CertainThe
The Senate Committee Commtt e on Postoffices Postofficesand P05tofflc65and Postofficesand
and Post Roads considered the postal postalsavings postalIHLvlngs postalsavings
savings bank bills yesterday at a special specialmeeting speclalmeeting specialmeeting
meeting and will resume the subject subjecttoday subjecttoday subjecttoday
today The three bills before the com committee commlttee cornmittee ¬
mittee are the Carter or administration administrationbill
bill Senator Borahs and Senator Bur Burketts Burkett Burketts
ketts kettsCommittee kett kettCommlttca kettsCommittee
Committee members declared an early earlyfavorable Orlyfavorable earlyfavorable
favorable report on the Carter bill Is Iscertain Iscertain Iscertain
certain The bill may be slightly slightlyamended sllghthamended slightlyamended
amended amendedJUDGES amendedJUDGES amendedJTTDGES
JUDGES SALARIES FIXED FIXEDCustoms FIXEDOustoms FIXEDCustoms
Customs Court Item Remains in the theDeficiency tbeDeficiency theDeficiency
Deficiency Bill BillWhen BIUWhen BillWhen
When the paragraph in the urgency de deficiency deficiency do doficlency ¬
ficiency bill under consideration In the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House yesterday esterda providing for the th sal salaries salaries salarias ¬
aries of the judges and other officiate offici aIR of ofthe atthe ofthe
the court of customs appeals was reached reachedan
an attempt was made to eliminate the thewhole thewhoJe thewhole
whole proposition inasmuch as this para paragraph paragraph paragraph ¬
graph specifies that the judges shall be bepaid bepaid bepaid
paid at the rate of 7 7110 0 a year ear or 3M 3Mless 3 3less 3OOless
less than the authorization under the law lawcreating lawcreating lawcreating
creating the court courtThe courtThe courtThe
The effort failed but the paragraph was waachanged waochanged waschanged
changed so that the 7000 rate applies appliesonly appliesonly appliesonly
only to the remainder of the fiscal year yearand yearand yearand
and not to say any period after that thatFOLLOWS thatFOLLOWS thatFOLLOWS
FOLLOWS TAFTS SUGGESTION SUGGESTIONDawaon SUGGESTIONDawon SUGGESTIONDnwaon
Dawaon Bill Authorizes Civilian to toManage toUanage toManage
Manage Naval Observatory ObservatoryIn Ob erTatory erTatoryIn
In line with the recommendation recomm ndatlon of ofPresident otPresident ofPresident
President Taft Taft In his annual message messagethat messagethat messale messalethat
that an eminent astronomer be appointed appointedfrom appointedfrom appointedfrom
from civil life to manage the United UnitedStates UnitedStatoa UnitedStates
States Naval Observatory Representative RepresentativeDawson RepresentativeDawson RepresentativeDawson
Dawson of Nebraska yesterday Intro Introduced introduced 1 1duced
duced a bill providing a salary of 6000 6000for 6000tor OOO OOOfor
for the new official officialIn officialIn j jIn
In the Senate Son ate the Commissioners bills billsregulating billsrlgulatlng billsregulating
regulating the building operations In the theDistrict theDlstrlot theDistrict
District were Introduced by Senator SenatorGalllnger SenatorOalUnger SenatorGallinger
Galllnger Senator Rayner relntroducd relntroduc relntroducthe reIntroducjthe j
the bill providing for the improvement improvementof
of Pennsylvania avenue from Bowen road roadto roadto roadto
to the District line lineCONGBESSIOffAL lineCONGRESSIONAL lineCONGRESSIONAL
CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFS BKEEFSThe BRIEFShe
The he Senate ai n esecutlrt session a elon yesterday after afterjwxm aftuJIOQ afterimon
jwxm confirmed the nomination of Edward Veer Voorhles Yoorhies Veerhiss
hiss postmaster po < maMtlr at t Brodklm and N A Warren Warrcapostmaster Warrenpoeuna Warrenpeeunttzter
postmaster poeuna tcr at Yonkers YcnkersA
A bill authorizing the payment of 10009 1OOOOto to Theo Theodore TJtrodore Todare ¬
dore Schroetcr for injuries receired while in the ew ewptey fIRplGy e epoY
ptey of th the government on the Panama Canal CAnalIntrcdu was wasintrodmed wasthtrodued
introdmed Intrcdu by Senator Depew DepewAn DepewAn DepewAn
An experimental teat of the parcels post on rural ruralroutes ruralroutes ruralroutes
routes in ten counties not over one fn < n each State Stateis SttsIs Stateis
is authorized by a r Joint resolution offered in the theBenato theStMto theSenate
Senate yesterday ye terdty by Senator Bumhiim urnhlUIl of c New NewHampshire NewlIam Newllatarohire
Hampshire HampshireSenator lIam llatarohireenatar 1re 1reSenator
Senator enatar Frye introduced introdn a bill yesterday provid providing prcniding rorld rorldIng ¬
ing for the roluntary retirement on SO per cent cf cfthalr eftk t tt11e1r
thalr tk salaries of letter carrier and postoflJca clerks clerkswho clerkswho clerkswho
who hare reached the aga of serentyflre and hare
been fortynie years tU3 in the service serviceTie seniccThe serviceThe
The President tmn tranmlltted mltted to the Senate yesterday yesterdaya atttdaya
a report by the Secretary of State setting out tea reasons raOD teascm ¬
sons OD why the OTrernment should participate In tw twinternational two
international eiiwaltkraj in commemoratien n of the
fiftieth anniversary of the kingdom of Italy whteh whtehara wblebAre ujiithleLto
Are leLto to be held at Rome and Turin respectively nsTM I in InThe
mi
miThe
The Senate Se t8 Committee on Military JlJitUJ Affairs report reported Ttvartad wpotod ¬
ed farcraWy a bill increasing the th representation preseatJ of ofcadets ofcadets ofrndets
cadets at West Point As SOOt1 soon as as a cadet finishes
hk third year 1 r his saccessor Is to bo b renamed under undertie undnthe
the provisions of this bill It Is estimated that this thischange
change in the method at appointing will increase increasethe ns nsthe
the number at the Academy from 533 to 710
YESTERDAY IN CONGRESS CONGRESSJanuary CONGRESSJanlW1 CONGRESSJanuary
January 25 1910 1910SENATE 1910SEN 19 19SENATE
SENATE SENATEThe SEN SENATEThey rE rEDie
The Senate caaneed at soon soonA DOOnA noonA
A wuBlwr of calendar bills were passed passedSenator passedSeMtser L LBeaat
Senator Beaat < < Dillinchara submitted amendment de designed delgaed deelgatel ¬
signed to mebe Mbte Immigration Ootomlwlon to fin finish tinl finIsh ¬
ish l to I work workSenator weekS imrieStnater
Senator S natee Rayaer Introduced Introd d bill to Improve ImprovePennsylvania ImproTePtmWlyhn1 linprotePenasyiranla
Pennsylvania avenue from Bowva read to District Districtline DistrictIbw Districtlies
line lineBills
Bills regulating building restrictions submitted submittedby ro1mIUtdb1 enisnittedby
by Senator GalUnsw GalUnswSeeood GaWB OdiliegerSsoiM t tSoo
Seeood Soo nd bearing an 8 bill to t aid G W U con condwtad condtttUd condeM
dwtad by Besets CbramlUee on Agriculture AirlcuJturePUohlg Agrltulwrcl7sIIowlsg AgricultureFIk
FIk PUohlg rfeg an aarartife session tho Senate ad adJounted adat adjounied
Jounted at 215 15 oclock oclockHOUSE oclockHOUSE ocockHOUSE
HOUSE HOUSEllama HOUSEIIoare HOUSEfleioa
llama convened at sees MXNLKapry JMfLn seesIteiweesifiatho
Kapry n Iteiweesifiatho > BUtly aU Booaett Boae aoett replied to Representa RepresentaUre ReprescntaUTe flepresentatire
UTe Mawms aOORs chargta against Immigration Cwa Cwamiwkm Un Un11IU cin cinMIMICS
MIMICS miwkmBin
Bin authorizing allthorlzl atn aatIutam eaMr < < from civil life to totake totAke totake
take chug of United States Naval 111 Observatory Observatoryoffend Obsemto17oCIend ObservatoryiCeved
offend by tj Reprweniatlvo R Unl Damon DamonMMSOTO DIffO1llIu DawsonMMMUu
MMSOTO llIu ro creating cre IterMv B of Mioea Une3 and Mining Miningpassed MinIngThe 11n111ivu
passed passedTh vu ed edThe
Th The House adjourned at 510 oclock oclockFORTIFICATIONS oclockFURTIFICATIONS oclockFORTIFICATIONS
FORTIFICATIONS BILL PASSED PASSEDSenate PASSEDSenate PASSEDsenate
Senate Allows 5817200 for Ameri American American Amen Amencan ¬
can Ooast Defenses DefensesDincuesion DefensesDl5cusslon DefensesDiscussion
Discussion Relate to Independence Independenceof
of Philippines PhlllppineliXewInnd XcTTlnndM Plead Pleadfor PleaWttor Pleadsfor
for Hawaiian Protection ProtectionThe ProtectionTbe ProtectionThe
The Senate yesterday passed the forti fortifications fOlUficatlons fortifications ¬
fications bill which carries arr1es an appropria appropriation approprIaot appropriatIois ¬
tion of 6U1W S173W This Is two and ono onathlrd on onthird onothird
third million dollars lees than was ap appropriated approprIatoo upprepriatod ¬
propriated for fortifications a fI year ago agoAppropriation agoAooroprlaUon agoAppropriation
Appropriation for fortifications in the thePhilippines thePhlllpptn6fJ thePhilippines
Philippines attracted some discussion discussionand discussionand discussionand
and evoked a a reference to the future in independence Independence independence ¬
dependence of the Islands Islandsflverybody i Islandsvcrybody laOO5 laOO5mverybody
flverybody agrees that a change will willsooner willfIOOner willsooner
sooner or later take place in the govern government government governmeat ¬
ment of tho Philippines observed Son Senator SootJtor Sonator ¬
ator Bacon The money now being ex expended expeaded oxpoaded ¬
pended in fortifications and in establish establishing eatabltshIns establishlug ¬
Ins a naval base ought ou ht not to be lost lostto lostto lostto
to this country when hen the change in gov government government govorusnent ¬
ernment takes place This bill provides providesfor pro1dosfor providesfor
for seacoast batteries In the Philippines Philippinesbut
j but does not indicate where they are to tobe tobe tobe
be located locatedThe locatedThe locatedThe
The location of a naval base in the theislands theIslands theIslands
islands is one over which there is wide widedifference widedttterooco widedifference
difference of o opinion Cavite can never neverbe neverbe neverbe
be made safe for ships at anchor and andthe andthe andthe
the same me is true of Manila An army armyengineer armyen armyengineer
en engineer n r has informed me that Corregl Corregldor Correldor Correidor
dor can be made a veritable Gibraltar GibraltarA
A naval officer ot oer has disputed this state statement statement statemont ¬
ment and says Corregidor is unfitted unfittedfor un unfittedfor ttei tteitOr
for such purpose purposeSenator PUlpG purposeSenator e eSonMor
Senator Newlandz of Nevada express expressed exp expressed 59 59ed ¬
ed the opinion that the fortification of o the theHawaiian theHawaIIan theHawaiian
Hawaiian Islands Isl nd Is more m re Important than thantho thanthe thanthe
the defense of tbo Philippines PhilippinesWhatever PhilippinesWhateer PhilippinesWhatever
Whatever the future of the govern government government governmeat ¬
ment of the Philippines he said Hawaii HawaiiIs
Is a part of this nation and will bo our ouroutpost ouroutpost ouroutpost
outpost In the event of a naval war warThe warThe warThe
The fear was expressed by Senator SenatorBacon SenatorBacon SenatorBacon
Bacon that the South Atlantic coast Is Isnot Isnot isnot
not adequately protected but Senator SenatorWarren SenatorWarren SenatorWarren
Warren said a reading of the items of ap appropriations approprIations appropriatlons ¬
propriations Indicated Indkat d that the Southern SouthernBoacoest SouthernSOOCiORst Southeniseacoast
seacoast had been favored vorad In tho estab establishment establishment establishment ¬ 1
lishment of fortifications fortificationsReplying fortlftcaUonsR fortificationsReplying
Replying R flying to the suggestion that the de detailed detaUed tietailed ¬
tailed appropriations should be enumer enumerated enumerated enumerated ¬
ated in a a report accompanying aCC lnpan1lng the bin binSenator binSenator binSenator
Senator Warren said It was not the cus custom customto cuetern ¬
tom tomto to unduly advertise to foreign nations nationsthe nationsthe nationsthe
the exact location and character of forti fortifications fortifications fortifleatlone ¬
fications ficationsDISCREDIT ficationsDISCREDIT fleatloneDISCREDIT
DISCREDIT LANDIS AS ASCAUSE ASCAUSE ASCAUSE
CAUSE OF BEEF PROBE PROBEOfficials PROBEOfflclals PROBEOfficials
Officials of the administration who are arein areIn arein
in a position vo 1t1on to know were amused yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday terday at the statement of Judge Kene Kenesaw Kenesaw Kenesaw
saw Mountain Landis made at Chicago Chicagothat Chicagothat Chicagothat
that he was responsible re ponelble for the contem contemplated contemplated contemplated ¬
plated prosecution of the beef bee trust trustIn trustIn trustIn
In his statement Judge Landis said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that two days after he had notified the tbeUnited theUnited I IUnited
United States district attorney at Chi Chicago Chicago ¬
cago that ho had information on which whichthe whichthe whichthe
I the beat trust should be prosecuted tho thodmlnlstratlon theadministration i iadministration
administration from Washington gavo gavoout gaveout
i out the announcement of such a suit suitI suitIt i iIt
I It was not denied that the hand of ofthe otthe ofthe
the government was forced but It was wasrumored wasrumored j jrumored
rumored yesterday In many quarters that thatJudge thatJudge thatJudge
Judge Landis himself forced It through throughfear throughfear throughfear
fear In Washington that the judge would wouldhurt wouldhurt
I hurt the governments case by premature prematureBALHNGER prematureI prematureaction
action actionI actionBALLINGER actionBALTTNGER
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BALHNGER BILL OPPOSED OPPOSEDThe
i The Senate Committee on Public Lands Landswill Landswlll Landswili
will not report favorably the bill pre prepared prei proparod ¬
i pared by Secretary Ballinger authorizing authorizingthe
I the Secretary of the Interior to make makewithdrawals makei makewithdrawals
i withdrawals of public lands In his dig discretion digcretlon diecrOtlon ¬
cretion The objection to the bill Is that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the power Is already lodged In the Presi President Prcsli President ¬
i dent In the opinion of the committee committeeand committeeand committeeand
and a majority of his colleagues colleaguesWhen collenguesVhen colleaguesSThen
When the committee assembled yester yesterday yesterday ester esterday ¬
day to consider consk1 r the Ballinger bill ex exSecretary exSecr cxSecrtary
Secretary Secr tar of tho Interior James R Gar Garfield Garfield Garfield
field appeared and requested a brief hear hearing hearIng hearlag ¬
ing He declared that the Balllnger bill billwas billwas billwas
was unnecessary because been use the power al already already already ¬
ready existed In tho President and had
been exercised by President Roosevelt RooseveltBoth RooseveltBoth RooseveltBoth
Both Senator Nelson and exSecretary oxsecreiary
Garfield took the view that It was wiser wiserto wiserto wIserto
to adhere to the view
that the power ex existed exIsted cxfated ¬
isted In the President than
to raise
a aquestion aquestion aquestion
question as to legality of past with withdrawals withdrawals ¬
r drawals
Big Uleetinp Expected ExpectedThe ExpectedThe EXpEctedThe
The House Committee on Postoffices Postofficesand Postofficesand Postofficesaisd
and Post Roads will hold the first Qf Qfa Qfaserlas f a aseries aseries
series of hearings on the proposed ad advance advance adVance ¬
vance in the malllhff malU charge char ge on second secondclass sCcond sCcondclass secondclass
class mail matter tnls this Is morning at 1030oclock 1030 1030oclock 1O3coclock
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ISLAND ISLANDPRINCEDIHED ISLANDPRINCEDIHEDCongressional PRINCE DINED DINEDCongressional DINEDCongressional
Congressional Party Gives GivesSpread Givespread GivesSpread
Spread in Bis Honor HonorSO HonorSOJOURN HonorSOYOUBN
SO SOJOURN JOUEN Iff HAWAII RECALLED EECALLEDRepresentatives RECALLEDR RECALLEDRepresentatives
Representatives R reentat1ve Barckflelu and Bar Bartholdt Darl1oldt Bartholdt
tholdt Make Short Speeches Prais Praising Prabing Prais1ni ¬
ing Hospitality Bonds Between BetweenTTVO DetweenTwo BetweenTwo
Two Nations Lauded by Kalaula Kalaulanaole lCnlaulanaolcPrlncCIIII KalanianaoicPrincces
naole naolcPrlncCIIII Princess Responds to Toast ToastPrlnco TonetPrince ToastPrince
Prince and Princess Kalanlanaolo of ofHawaii otHawaii ofHawaii
Hawaii wero given a Ii dinner last Ia t night at atthe attho atthe
the New WIHard by members of the Con Congressional Congressional Congressional ¬
gressional party who visited Hawaii last lastyear lastyear lastyear
year yearRepresentative yearRepresentatIve yearRepresentative
Representative Richard Bartholdt of ofMissouri otMissouri ofMissouri
Missouri and Representative A J Barch Barchtleld Blltchfleld Barohdeld
tleld of Pennsylvania made short ad addresses addre81s addresses ¬
dresses In which they spoke of the hos hospitality hosplto1lty hospitality ¬
pitality extended to the Congressional Congressionalparty Congressionalparty Congressionalparty
party and of their ploasant sojourn sojournwhich aojournwhich sojournwhich
which was wnS made possible through the thocourtesy thecourtesy thecourtesy
courtesy of the Prince and Princess PrincessTho PrincessTho PrincessThe
Tho social life of the island was also alsopraised alsopraised alsopraised
praised for its hospitality There was wasmuch wasmuch wasmuch
much said about the peaceful relation relationbetweon relationbetweon relationbetween
betweon Hawaii and tho United States Statesand Statesand Statesand
and of the bond cementod by the visit last lastyear lastear lastyear
year ear
Responds to Remarks RemarksPrlnco RentarluPrlnco RemarksPrince
Prlnco Kalanlanaole responded to the theremarks theremnrko theremarks
remarks of Representatives Barchfleld Barchfleldand Barch Barchfieldand eld eldand
and Bartholdt Barthol t and said ho hoped the therelations therelations therolatlons
relations now existing between the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and his country would be beoome beaome become
come so strong and their Interests so soInterwoven soInterwoven sointerwoven
Interwoven that nothing coulfl over dis disturb disturb duotueb ¬
turb the bond He spoke in glowing glowingwords glowingword glowingwords
words word of the National Capital and Its Itspeople Itspeople itspeople
people stating the city was one of ox oxceptional exceptIonal oxceptional
ceptional beauty and its people lavish in intheir Intheir intheir
their hospitality hospitalityMrs bospltalltYMrs hospitalityMrs
Mrs Bartholdt drank rank to the health and andbeauty andbeauty andbeauty
beauty of the princess and the Hawaiian Hawaiianwomen Hawailnnwomen Hawaiianwomen
women and said sho hoped the Inter Intercourse Intercourse Intercourse ¬
course and exchange of courtesies would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be beneficial in promoting all that is isgood Isgood Isgood
good in the social life of both countries countriesTho countriesTho osuntriesThe
Tho princess lifted the cup to tho long longUfa longlIfo longlife
lIfo of American women whom she pro proclaimed proeJalmed proclaimed ¬
claimed the fairest of the fair and andpraised andpraised andpraised
praised them for their grace gentleness gentlenessand gooUenoMand gentlenessand
and hospitality emphasizing that they theywere theywere theywere
were ever ready t t8 administer aid to the theweek thewook theweak
week and JK1 needy needyINSURGENTS needyINSURGENTS needyINSURGENTS
INSURGENTS NOT POPULAR POPULARMinnesota POPULARtllnuuotl POPULARMinnesota
Minnesota Candidates Told They TheyMust TheyIust TheyMust
Must Iust Be Regular RegularSt
St Paul Minn Jan 26Gov Gov Eber Eberhardt Eberhardt Eberbardt
hardt who told President Pre klent Taft at the theWhite theWblte theWhite
White House Hous last Saturday that the Re Republicans Republica Republicans ¬
publicans publica of Minnesota were getting Into Intoharmony Intoharmony intoharmony
harmony and that the feeling against againsttho agaInstth againstthe
the th new tariff law was dying out here herereturned herereturnocl herereturned
returned from Washington today and andimmediately andImmadhltely andImmediately
immediately summoned to his hi office the theheads theheads thebeads
heads of all the State departments departmentsHe
I He told them that It was highly de desirable deI doslrable ¬
sirable and necessary to Republican sue success sueeels secces ¬
I
cess ces that this talk about insurgency be bestopped bostopped bestopjled
stopped and urged them to work Ork to together together togather ¬
gether to stop It ItAll It ItAU ItAll
All the officials are candidates for re reelection reelectIon reelection ¬
election except State S te Treasurer Dine Dinshart Dine1art Dinebart
hart who is running for Congress If Ifl Itey Ifthey
l they ey cooperate H the way Bberhardt Bberhardtasks Eberhardtasks Bherhardtasks
asks Insurgency will be killed In illnne illnnesota Mlnnesot IInnesota
sota sot
ANOTHER ROW IN SIGHT SIGHTA
A marry fight over tho Presidents Pre ldents pro proposal proponl propoal ¬
posal to authorize temporary withdraw withdrawals withdrawals withdrawale ¬
als of power sites from agricultural and andother andother andother
other entry Q try is in sight In th the House The TheHOUM TheHouse j
HOUM Committee on Public Lands has hasso hasso hasso
so far taken no action on the Presidents Presidentsmeasure Presidentsmea Presidentsmeasure
measure mea ure for this purpose purJtOHaDd and at a meet meeting meetInr meeting ¬
ing of the Interstate Commerce Commis Commission Commission Coasmissloii ¬
sion yesterday the suggestion was made madethat madelhat madethat
that that committed could take up the thematter theJI1fl thematter
matter matterIn JI1fl matterIn tter tterIn
In case the bill which has been Intro Introduced Introduc Introduced ¬
duced duc In the Senate but never ne8 offered offeredIn
In the House is ignored by the Public PublicLands PublicLand PublicLands
Lands Committee of the Hous Chair Chairman ChalrDlan Chairman ¬
man Mann of the Interstate Commerce CommerceCommittee CommerceCommltt CommerceCommittee
Committee will attach atta h an amendment to tohis to tohis tohis
his dam dam bill putting into effect the Presi Presidents ProsldODts Iresidents ¬
dents views These withdrawals wIt drawaltl of dam dampower dampower darnpower
power sites have been made de so far un under under
der Executive orders which it is claim claimed claimed claimed ¬
ed excoeds the Presidents authority In Inlaw Inlnw inlaw
law lawThe
The Idea I ea is S to control for the public publictho pubUetho publictho
tho lands bordering on streams in which whichtho whichUto whichthe
the fell of t water can be made to generate generatepower generatepower
power to be transmitted tr U3mltted as electricity electricitymany 61ectrJcltymany electricitymany
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Washington Herald Optimists Shoud ShouldRead ShoudRend ShoudRead
Read This ThisBY ThisBY ThisBY
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ten prizes of 9100 100 each ncl for the thebent tbebefit thebest
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ten ten members to receive prizes priceseach prizeseach prizeseach
each week instead of only eight eightn eightOs
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on the name level le eJ of excellency excellencyvrhlch excellenc3nlJlch excellencywhich
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those who ho award them themthe the dlfil dlfilcnlty dlfficult difficulty
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thc topic for breellnthe brcII11ltheboue brcII11ltheboueoptimists bredinthboneoplirnists bone boneoptimists
optimists but will he the first firstchance llrll llrllchonce firstchance
chance to compete for the ten tenSJOO tenJOO tenIco
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mists A new line of subjects lUbJeet Is Isto 18tu Isus
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PROBE BEGINS TODAY TODAYBallingerPincliot TODAYDallingerPino1tot TODAYBailingerPinchot
BallingerPincliot Inquiry Will WillStart WifiStart
Start with Glavis Present PresentTho PresentThe PresentThe
The Joint committee of Congress on the theInvestigation theInvestigation theinvestigation
Investigation of the BalltngerPlnchot BalltngerPlnchotcontroversy BalUnrerPlnchotcontroversy BaliingerPinchotcontroversy
controversy will begin Its hearings today todayat todayat todayat
at 230 oclock and Louis R Glavis will willbe wll1be willbe
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be called as the first witness witnessThis wItnessThis witnessThis
This programme was decided upon at atthe atthe j jthe
the meeting of the Joint committee yes yesterday YESterday yesteMay ¬
terday terday afternoon aft rnoon Tho hearings will be boheld behold j
held In the public hearings room in the theSenate theSenato theSenato
Senato office building After the testi testimony testimony tostimony ¬
mony of Glavis who was InWashlngton InWashlngtonand In Washington Washingtonand
and at the Capitol yesterday esterday the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee will have haV four sessions each week on onFridays onFridays onFridays
Fridays and Saturdays from 10 oclock In Inthe inthe Inthe
the morning until 1 oclock In the after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon and from 2 in the afternoon until untiloclock 5 5oclock 5oclock
oclock oclockThis oclockThis oclockThis
This plan was agreed upon In view of ofthe otthe ofthe
the custom of the Senate and House to toadjourn toadjourn toadjourn
adjourn over from Thureday until Mon Monday lond Menday ¬
day d y in order that the investigation will willInterfere willInterfero willinterfere
Interfere as little mUens as possible with the thesessions theI thesessions
sessions of Congress CongressThe CongressThe CongressThe
I The fact came out tn the hearing yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday that Georgo Wharton Pepper of ofPhiladelphia ofPblladelphla ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia will appear as attorney attorne for forGIfford forGltrord forCifford
GIfford PInchot Overton W Price and andAlexander andAletander andAlexander
Alexander Shaw In a letter to the com committee commltteo cornmitteo ¬
mittee Mr Pepper announced this fact factand tactnnd factand
and made mention of the fact that he hd hdconferred hdconferred hdconferred
conferred with Joseph P Cotton of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and Louis D Brandies of Boston Bostonattorneys Bostonattorneys Bostonattorneys
attorneys for Louis R Glavls GlavlsPRESIDENT GlalsPRESIDENT GlavisPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT HOT OT BEARHumor BEARRumor BEAR BEARRumor
Rumor His Statement Caused CausedSlump CausulSlump
Slump 81 urn p Refuted RefutedHIS Rein RefutedHIS ted tedHIS
HIS MESSAGE A WARNING WAHNINGAfter WARNINGAfter ARNINGAttcr
After the Wild lId Tumbling of Prices Pricesin PricesIn
in Wall Street an Adminlutrativo AdminlutrativoStatement AdnuiuuietrativaStatement
Statement I II limned Denying that thata
a n Trustlmstlng Campaign Is IsAliont IBAbout IsAbout
About to Be Prosecuted ProsecutedAccording Pro ProsecutedAccording eeuted eeutedAccording
According to men close to the admin administration admtnbtcaUon adntlnIstration ¬
istration yesterday the slump in the thestock thestock thestock
stock market might have be been n avoided avoidedhad avoidedhad avoidedhad
had attention been paid to what the thePresident thePrasldont thePresident
President said in a a recant message It Itwaa Itwas Itwas
was contended by those men that the theidea theIdea theIdea
idea had gained currency among a a good goodmany goodmany goodmany
many business people pO pJO who had read the themessage themGi themessage
message mGi ga that Mr Taft did not mean meanwhat meanwhat meanwhat
what he said while others having big bigbuatattfl big1m bigbusiness
business 1m tntN interests had either read the themessage theme themessage
me message sage carelessly or having read or orheard orheard orheard
heard of its contents had overlooked its itssignificance Itssignificance Itssignificance
significance
Since the message was delivered to toCongress toCongress toCongress
Congress a a lot of gossip has como to toWashington toWasbJncton toVasithsgton
Washington front other places that Mr MrTafts MrTafts r rTafts
Tafts policy toward the trusts was go going going golag ¬
ing to be exceedingly exceedln ly mild and there Is Issome Isacme isacme
acme reason to believe that talk of o this thischaracter thischaracter I Icharaeter
character following the plain statements statementsof
of the President in his special al meaaage meaaagereached meeaageNlaehod messagereached
reached the White House and served to toannoy toannoy toannoy
annoy Mr Taft TaftReports TaltReports TaftReports
Reports Arouse Administration AdministrationNothing AdmlnlatratlonNothing AdministrationNothing
Nothing has tended to make the Presi PreslidaBt President President
dent and aDdhls his official advisors get out of ofpatience ofpat1eneemors ofpatience
patience pat1eneemors more than the repetition of ofstatement ot8tatemen ofstatements
statement that Mr Taft was pursuing a avacillating avacillatIng avaciilating
vacillating course courseIt courseIt courseIt
It Is maintained by those closest to tothe tothe tothe
the President that his attitude has been beenabsolutely beenabsolutely beenabsolutely
absolutely consistent consistentAlready consistentJroadY consistentAlready
Already JroadY the Attorney General has be begun 00gun begun ¬
gun preparations prep raUons for instituting an in inquiry InQull Inquhy ¬
quiry Qull Into the affairs of trusts which whichare whichare I ch chare
are suspected of violating the antitrust antitrustlaw antitrustlaw
law 1
lawNews
News of the slump In New York stocks stockswas stockswas stockswas
was brought to the Cabinet la session sesstonat ses sessionat len lenat
at the White House Immediately alter sUerthe afterthe alterthe
the drop When ben It was learned that the thefall thefall thefall
fall was attributed to the publication of ofstatements o ostatements ofstatements
statements that President Taft was te teengage 18engage Isengage
engage in a a trustbusting campaign every everyone evyon everyone
one on got busy busyStatement buS buSStntcment busyStatement
Statement from Tuft TnftAs TnttA9 TuftA
As A a result of a discussion of the mat matter matter mattar ¬
ter between the President and his official officialadvisers 01lo1aIadvisers ocia1advisers
advisers the following statement was wasgiven wasI wasgiven
given to tho press roas after the Cabinet Cabinetadjourned Cabinetadjourned Cabinetadjoprned
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adjourned adjournedXo
Xo ttainaeat has w 1MMcI ed ekfecr from Uw > Attorn AttornGeMadi At AtGeMa1 Attheeey AttheeeyOeaersla
GeMadi MIleS or from f fzo the White How n Hoses Mtoattog MtoattogUtat IudIesthsgtiust I
Utat tfc Ow pirpoM fvp M of tfc tke atateblratfea a DiIlratioa with refer reference Iee IeeMiCS ¬
ence to JrO wosoeutlaiM > eatiol under the natttrott tow Is Isother iaotMr Isother
other man as set forth fot1 ia Ute nesatfe eseqs of e U the Pnct Pnctdntt PnIIdaM PeMIdiM I
daM of January 7 tttt 11 SMMtioal aUUBcaU 3a as asU IIIit asU
U tlwre YHt were to b be A 4 seer d dortsme fx > rtnra and ft4 M ascriMinaLs iadfe iadfecriafaue iDIUat
criMinaLs t prowatUca of e t important iaAntrfef have haveno huem haeein
no fetmiiatloB The purpott purJO enoce t 8 ef UM lie admtariftratiOB admtariftratiOBis
is exactly as already stated In the Freddwts s me me1IiI m msagr
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The message messa e to which the President Presidentrefers Preeldentrefers Presidentrotors
refers was his special communication communicationrecommending communicationrecommending communicationrecommending
recommending amendments to the Inter Interstate Interstate interstate ¬
state commerce law and the enactment enactmentof enactmentof
of a law providing for the Issue of eel certlflcates eelt11oat05 ocrtificates
tlflcates of Incorporation by the th Federal Federalgovernment Fooeralgovernment Federalgovernment
government to corporations engaged in ininterstate inInterstate ininterstate
interstate commerce In that message meA83ePresident messagePresident messagePresident
President Taft said it was his duty and andpurpose andpurpose andpurpose
purpose to have the th Department De > artment of Jus Justice Justico Justioo ¬
tice Investigate through the grand jury juryor juryor juryor
or otherwise to ascertain ns taln whether there therewas therowas therewas
was ground to suspect us t that Industrial Industrialcorporations Industrialcorporations Industrialcorporations
corporations wer were violating the antitrust antitrustlaw antItrustlaw antitrustlaw
law The President indicated that he herealized herealized herealized
realized the danger to business that thatmight thatmight thatmight
might ensue from such a a course and put putforward putforward putforward
forward the Idea that business busine s danger dangermight dangermight dangermight
might be averted through offering to tocombinations tocomblnatlons tocombinatIons
combinations a means of changing their thtSircharacter theircharacter thdrcharacter
character so as to bring them directly directlyunder directlyunder directlyunder
under Federal control and supervision supervisionBUEEATT supervlalonDUBEAU supervisionBUBEAU
BUEEATT OF MINES FAVORED FAVOREDHouse FAVORED1I0ufllc FAVOREDhouse
House Passes Pu es Bill Despite Opposition Oppositionof
of Ole EIconomf EconomistAfter Economist EcoiiomlHtHAfter t tAlter
After a stormy session during which whichevery whichevery whichevery
every effort was made by b Representative RepresentativeTawney RepresentatheTo RepresentativeTawnay
Tawney To WJ1e chairman of the Committee on onAppropriations onAppropriations onAppropriations
Appropriations and other economists to todefeat todefeat todefeat
defeat the measure the bill creating a abureau 1 1bureau abureau
bureau of mines in the Interior Depart Department Department Departmeat ¬
ment was passed by the House yester yesterday yesterday yostorday ¬
day dayThe
The bill provides for the appointment appointmentof
of a commissioner of mines at a salary salaryof Hlaryof salaryof
of 5000 a year ear It transfers from the theGeological theGeologicll theGeological
Geological Survey Sunc to the to bureau the su supervision suporlslon onporvision ¬
pervision porlslon of the Investigations Investgatons of struc structural strc strctural structural ¬
tural materials and the analyzing aalyzing and andtesting andtetng andtesting
testing tetng of coals lignites ligites and other min mineral mineral mIsoral ¬
eral fuel substances substancesThe substancesThe substancesThe
The principal speech In support supprt of the themeasure themesure themeasure
measure mesure was made by Representative RepresentativeDouglass Roreentatvo RoreentatvoDouSlas RepresentativeDouglass
Douglass DouSlas of Ohio who wh h recently rooty made madean Iade Iadean spadean
abroad abroadThere abroadThere an Investigation Inv6tgtIon of mining operations operationsabroad oratons oratonsabroad operationsabroad
There was a greater gater loss of life lte In the thomines themine themines
mines mine In this country he said and gen generally generly genorally ¬
orally erly conditions conditons here were so bad as to tocall tocall
call 01 for adequate adequnte supervision superision by the theFederal theFederal theFederal
Federal government glernmcnt such as was provided providedIn
In the bill bl The Indications Ind1catons are that the themeasure themeasure themeasure
measure will wi bo passed by the Senate Senateand Senateand Senateand
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OVER IMMIGRA IMMIGRATIONBOARD IMMIGRATIONBOARDUncle TION BOARD BOARDlincle BOARDncle
Uncle ncle Joe9 Joe Unmoved as Choice Samples of ofParliamentary ofParliamentary i iParliamentary
Parliamentary Courtesy Couresy Are Exhibited Exhibitedon 1 1on
on Floor of the House
The following example of parliamentary parliamentarycourtesy prUamenty prUamentycurtoy jarliamentarycourtesy
courtesy curtoy was heard he in the House of ofRepresentatives otRee8taUves ofRepresentatives
Representatives Ree8taUves yesterday yesterdayMr yesterdaMr
Mr Macon acn of Arkansas ArkansI ArkansasIf If I gave up upa upa
a a 10000 100 job jb that t1t was ws permanent permaent to ac accept a act ftccept ¬
cept ct a a 5710 7K 1 job that was wa Indefinite Jndeit I Iwould Iwld Iwould
would wld consider cnsldr myself either a fool fol or a aknave akave aknave
knave knaveMr kave kaveMr knaveMr
Mr Bennet of New Ne York YorkI I accept acept the thegentlemans tbepntemn5 thegentlemans
gentlemans pntemn5 characterization cbracterton of himself himselfMr blms1 hImselfMr
Mr M Macon Maon a moment ment later lat6ne laterOne One gen gentleman gentieman e ¬
tleman Is I entitled ntte to as much muc credence credenceon creene creeneon
on the part prt of this House as the other otheruntil otheruntl otheruntil
until untl one Is shown to be a liar lar and the theother theoth theother
other oth a saint sant and the gentleman gentema from fromNew fro froNew fromNew
New York Is not a saint sainLUncle saintUncle saintUncle
Uncle Joe Unmoved UnmovedAll UnmoedAl UnmovedAll
All Al the while Uncle Unle Joe Cannon Can n lie listened Uste8 lietened ¬
tened te8 unmoved unmed and an did di not bring brng down downhis dwn dwnhs downisis
his hs gavel gvel to call cl anybody anbod3 to urdu On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the other oter hand had when Representative RepresentativeBartlett Representatve RepresentatveBartlett RepresentativeBartlett
Bartlett of Georgia Georga objected objete to the way wayMr wayMr wayMr
Mr Bonnet was wa Interrupting Interrptng Mr rr Macon Maconwithout Maconwitout Maconwithout
without witout waiting waitng for recognition recogitn by the theSpeaker theSpker theSpeaker
Speaker Spker Uncle Joe remarked remarkedThe remarkedTho remarkedThe
The Chair can do a great gat many things thingsaccording thing thingsaccording
according Acrding to report reprt but it I cant pull pul a astring astIng astring
string stIng and make mae members membe stand stad up and andsit an ansit andsit
sit down downIt downI downIt
It I was the Immigration commission and andits ad adIts andits
its expenditure epnditur of more than tha 957000 e7O 7OO In Inan Inan inan
an Investigation Inestgton In this country and andabroad andabo andabroad
abroad abo that caused all the trouble troubleRepresentative touble toubleRepreenttvc troubleRepresentative
Representative Repreenttvc Bennet who is vice vicechairman vicechairman vicechairman
chairman of the commission started the thefun thefun thefun
fun by replying repl ing in an a indignant indignat tone to toa toa toa
a charge of reckless expenditure made madeagainst madeagainst madeagainst
against the commission Monday by b Mr MrMacon MrMacon I
Macon who caused the House to deny denythe denythe denythe
the commission comission another penny pennyMr pennyMr
Mr Bennet declared declaed the te penn3f informant Into Intojmant ant of ofMr orMr ofMr
Mr Macon Macn was James A Patttn P PatjJn t n secre secretary secretay secretary ¬
tary tay of the Immigration Immigaton Restriction RestrictionLeague testrictionLeague estritIon estritIonLeague
League whom he had ha refuid reu to give giveemployment giveemployment
gve gveemployent
employment employent on the commission commtss n Accord According Accr According ¬
ing to Mr Bennet Mr r Patfen Patten went Into Intohis Intohis intohis
his district ditrict and tried trie to dlfeat dfeat reat him for forCongress forCongress forCongress
Congress by charging that tha he defrauded defraudedthe defraude defraudedthe
the government In the matter m m4tter ter of spend spending spen spendlug ¬
ing money for the Immigration Immlgraton imrnigatlon commis commission commisson commisaba ¬
aba
son
Gives Glv JII the th Lie LieThe LIeThe LeThe
The information Informaton upon Avhich vhtch h1ch Mr rr Macon Maconbased Maconbsed Maconbased
based bsed his charges was characterized ch racterlzed by byMr byMr byMr
Mr Bennet as a 0 wicked cruel malici malicious malicione ¬
ous and deliberate delbrte He HeHe 10 lieHe
He also denied that Morton Morton E Crane Craneone Craneone Craneone
one of 01 the secretaries of the commission commissionwas commissionws commissionwas
was ws a nephew of Senato Crane of Mas Massachusetts Masschusett Maesachusetts ¬
sachusetts schusett and laughed down Mr r Ma Macons Macons Macons
cons charge that Prof J W Jenks of ofCornell ofCornel ofCornell
Cornell Cornel University UnlvorsIy was wa wsth appointed for forpolitical forpoUtlcl forpolitical
political poUtlcl reasons Furthermore Furthemore he stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that William Wilam R Wheeler Vheel r of San Fran Francisco Frn FrncIsco Francisco ¬
cisco another aother member of the commls commission commlsain commlszion ¬
zion ain had given up a lucrative lucratve position positionat posUol posttloiat
at the solicitation soleiathm of farmer frmer t President PresidentRoosevelt Preldent PreldentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt RooseveltWaxing RooseveltWaxing
I
Waxing Waing earnest Mr Bnnet B nnet denied the thecommission thecommiion thecommleson
commission commiion had ha made a pleasure lcsure trip to toEurope toEurope
Europe and then made up upIts Us Is report from fromold fromold fromold I
old documents The Information un
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earthed earthe by b tho commission cmmissin he said sai was wasbeing wa wasbeing
being used use to great geat advantage advant8l against againstthe agatn againstthe
the white slave slwe traffic In New York Yorkand Yok Yokand Yorkand
and Chicago ChicagoAt Chicgo ChicgoAt ChicagoAt
At this point Int Mr Macon ao reasserted resseted that thatthe tha p pthe
the te commission cmmission had gone ge to t Eacope Ewo on ona o onft
a 8 pleasure plesure trip tip with a a a lot of clerks c that thatdid taatI thatdid
did not do any an real rel work workI ok
I 1 deny that tt I took tok a secretary saretry along atengshouted alnj alongshouted
i shouted shoutO Mr Bonsai BennetWell BenMt BonsaiWell
Well Yel the gentleman getemn certainly ceWnly got gt men menappointed me menappointed
appointed appinte to work wok for the te oommisstoa oommisstoaresponded cmmJ8 comoniseloiuresponded
responded repne Mr rr Macon and an Mr Bonnet Sennetadmitted BeDJet BeDJetamite Bonnetadmitted
admitted amite that fact factCommission tactCommbalon factCommission
Commission Dies Hard HardThe HardThe HardThe
The Immigration Immigaton commission commion composed composedof cmp
of Senators Stors Representatives Repreentathe and a civil civilians chill civillans ¬
ians l has rallied rali for a final straggia sa in inthe IntM Inthe
sa
the Senate Senao to save the body b from fusses Immediate inn inndtlte fussesdiate ¬
diate dtlte extinction extinctionSenator etUncUonSenator extinctionSenator
Senator Dilllngham Dilngham the chairman chairmn yes yesterday yesterday 9 9terda ¬
terday terda offered ofere a proposed props amendment amenment to tothe tothe tothe
the urgency deficiency defciency bill bl appropriating apoltmg apoltmgUO
126030 to enable
UO the Immigration Immlgto oem oemmlsslon om ommission esmmission
mission to close up its work When Whe the theappropriation theappoprIaton theappropriation
appropriation appoprIaton bill bi comes over from fro th thHouse t the theHouse
House Senators Dilllngham Diingha and a an Lodge Lodgowill Loco Locow1 Lodgewill
will fight hard to have the Item
w1 had hve te restored restoredThe restore restoredThe
The amendment offered o1ere by Senator Seat Dil Dilllngham Di Diilingham ¬
llngham lngham carries a proviso polso that no n mom marnber member momber
ber of tho commission shall shal draw drw salary salaryafter salar salaryafter
after afer March 1 next net and that tat the cent centmission cm cmmIssion cornmission
mission shall shal close Its It work finally finaly and andreport andreport andreport
report to Congress not later than De December Decomber ¬ 4 4comber
comber 1 next nextARMY nextARMY nextARMY
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