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THE WASHINGTON WASHlnGTON HERALD FRIDAY FEB FEB1fUARY ITAUY 4 1910 3
ELK1KSASMPRY ELK1KSASMPRYWants ELKINS ASKS INQUIRY INQUIRYVants IUiRYWants
Wants Investigation oflligh ofllighCost ofHigl1Cost ofiligliCost
Cost of Living LivingIAY LiYingMAY Living1AY
MAY IAY BECOME AN INSURGENT INSURGENTExasperated r INSURGENTExaapernted SURGENT SURGENTExnapernted
Exasperated by Delay In Getting GettingAction Gettln GettlnAction GettingActIon
Action on Hlj Iii Resolution for In Inquiry Inqulry Inquiry ¬
quiry the West est Virginian Starts StartsColloquy StartsColloquyAllrlch StartsColioqnytIdrjc1i
Colloquy ColloquyAllrlch Aldrioh Hastens Un ten to De Defend Delcnel Dcfend ¬
fend Tariff TarIffLodge Lodges Bill Indorsed IndorsedThe IJldor IndoredThe el elThe
The Senate was stirred to lively col colluquy colluquy colluciuy
luquy yesterday over the varIous pending pendingresolutions pondlnlresolutions pen4llngresolutions
resolutions authorizing an Inquiry Into Intohigh Intohigh Intoiigh
high prices pricesThe pricesThe prIcesThe
The many man efforts of the Senate leaders leadersto leaclersttl Iederst
to t put Senator Ledges resolution r Itkm through throughard thro throughird h hcrd
ard sidetrack the measures mo sures of Senator SenatorIlkins SenatorIlklns SenatorI1kIn
Ilkins I1kIn and other Senators who had pro proposed procs proped ¬
posed cs J inouiries led to heated ho ted but In Informal Infrmal InfrmaI ¬
formal consideration of the subject subjectSenator subjectnator subjectsenator
Senator nator Lodgo came Into the Senate Senateuh Senateal1 Senstec
c uh a 8 favorable report from the Finance FinanceCommittee Flnancoin FinanceminIttee
Committee in minIttee m1ttee 1 bn > n his resolution Introduced IntroducedWednesday IntroducedW IntroducedWednesday
W Wednesday fdne day When the report was sub sttbrUtted subritted ub ubrdtted
rUtted Senator Elkins looked pained painedA
A little later Senator McCumber of ofKcrth o orrth ofrth
Kcrth rth Dakota who had introduced a aresolution arEsolution artsolutlon
resolution and referred it to the Agri Agricultural AgrIcultural Agricultural ¬
cultural Committee requested a It rerefer rereferrce rereferuce rerefercrce
uce < rce of It to the Committee to Audit and andControl andControl arniControl
Control the Contingent Expenses of the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate to which Mr Lodges resolution resolutionhad reaOtutlon reaOtutlonhad resolutIonhad
had been consigned after the favorabf favorabfreport favorabreport
report from the Finance Committee CommitteeStone Cotmlttee CotmltteeStone ConrnItteeStone
Stone Starts TroubleThen TroubleThen Trouble IronljleThen
Then Senator Stone of Missouri illOurJ started startedthe startedthe startedthe
the trouble He inquired what the Com Committee Conlnliltee Cornnilttee ¬
mittee on Audit Ac c had done to Senator SenatorElkins SenatorEkins SenatorElkIns
Elkins resolution more than a month mentnbefore montnbcore monthbefore
before that committee committeeThis committeeThis committeeThis
This called Mr Elkins into action He Hedeclared HedE Hedared
declared dE dared there was something remarkable remarkablein
in the fact that the Finance Committee Comntlttaacould Commlt Commltcould Committeecould
could act on Mr Lodges resolution re olutlon ovor ovorrJstt ovorrlglt overright
right while whU the Audit A dlt Committee could couldnot couldnt couldnt
nt get action on his hi own resolution IK IKtlIrty If Iftllrty i it1Irty
tlIrty days daysIn daysIn days1n
In my course cour as chairman of the Com Committee Committee Cornimttee ¬
mittee on Audit and Control replied Mr MrKtan MrIran llr llrI
Iran I tn hI I have tried to follow f llow the example exampleof
of the distinguished d chairman of Inter Interstate Interstate Interstate ¬
state Commerce who whoP as Senators know knowet knowems cnow cnowfWlmS
et fWlmS ems oms never to be in a hurry to report reportbills reporthi1l reportlJIllsu
bills hi1l lJIllsu
When the Senator from fr m West eAt Virginia VirginiaEfts Vlretnlaet5 Virginiagets
gets et5 to be a a member of the Finance Com Committee ComMIttee Cornrnlttee ¬
mittee he will be able aliI to expedite his histills hlatm hislfll
tills tm observed ob8 nOO Senator Bailey BaileySenator Daneyenator iai1eynator
Senator enator Elkins Elkl declared the newspapers newspaperscharged MW8pperscharged ntwlpaperscharged
charged that the Senate leaden were weratrying weretrying Wef8ulng
trying to avoid av k1 bringing the tariff into the theinvestigation theIn theizvetigaflen
investigation investigationThis In izvetigaflenThis Vftigatlon Vftigatlonfhls
This brought Mr Lodge to his feet feetThe teetThe feetThe
The fact that only a a few days ago I Imade Ir ILiale
made r m e a speech on the very subject of the therelation t therclation e erdatlon
relation of the tariff question to prices pricesought peSceN1Kht pricestught
ought to prove that I am not trying to to7ndge to1odge toodg
< 7ndge odg the tariff question In this invest investigation Inve investLtion t1 t1f ¬
f gation ation said Mr Lodge LodgeQuote LodgeQuote LedgeQuotc
Quote from Pre PreThe Prea PreaThe PreuThe
The press of the country says that thattins thattJ
p tins tJ is an attempt to dodge the tariff the thetrcnator thetnator thenator
trcnator nator from Massachusetts says It is isnot IIItnt isrwt
not replied Mr Elkins ElkinsWhich EikinsWhich ElkinsWhich
Which does the Senator from West WestV WestVrginia WestY
V Y Vrginia rginla fceHew evI1 inquired Senator SenatorPailey Se SeaatorPa ator atorPli1ey
Pailey Pa ley
1 1 rwMWvejMK rMI1aVe deelston 81sk > n ttmawaltttte ttmawalttttecourse to tovaive1tthoiurse i1llltU e eilur48
course iurse of events here 1t replied Mr MrIlkJns 1frLIkins MrIlkins
IlkJns IlkJnsMr LIkinsr IlkinsMr
Mr r ElkiHS Elkl read from his own resolu resolution re resolutLn olu olutjn ¬
tion the direction to the tbecommlttee committee to toinvestigate toImstlgate toInvestigate
investigate the lite relation of legislation lation to toprices toNkes tojrIes
prices That means the tariff said he heThat heThat heThat
That has been bee left out of the resolution resolutionreported resolutionS
S reported p rttd by the Senator from Massachu Massachuttts Macbut
ttts tttsCommenting t rtt rttCmmenUng tts
Commenting mmenUng on the delay in reporting reportinghis
111 1 his resolution resolu on Mr Elkins said saidI saidI
I observe that when hen the Senator from fromRhode fromRhode fromRhode
Rhode Island IslaJt gets back here things thln move moveparticularly moveparticularly moveparticularly
particularly fast because becau e they relate to toHit totlf totl
Hit tl bill he pushed through the Senate SenateMr SenateIr SenateMr
Mr Ir Elkins told how he had followed followedMr followedIl followedMr
Mr Il Aldrichs leadership and complained complainedthat complainedthat complainedthat
that he should not be treated that way wayI
I told the Senator from West Vir Virginia VIrdnia VIrglnia ¬
ginia dnia when this tariff bill was wa under underconMderatkm underon undercon5lderatlon
conMderatkm on ideratlon how h be could get et every everytMns ever evert everytIn
tMns t tIn ln he wanted for his own State slm slmjr simI
jr T by voting against inat the Jn Income ome tax taxpiVl taxni1 taxri1
piVl Mr Ir Bailey BaileyThen BaJleyIhen BaileyThen
Then in Slavery SlaveryI SJnTer
1 was then in slavery replied Mr Mrrlkins MrLIkins MrLikins
LIkins I had to follow the advice ad e of ofthp ofthp ofth
thp th chairman of the Finance Committee Committeeeven Comnattteen
even ven n to get a few drippings from the thetariff tMt1fff thetirIff
tariff bill for my own State Next time timeIll timenl
Ill 1 11 follow the advice of the Senator from fromTexcp tromrEXl fromnator
Texcp TexcpSenator rEXl
Senator nator Aldrich Al rfcb denied there was any anyposition anylj anytspisltlon
lj tspisltlon position pl itlon to dodge the tariff question questionJr
Jr 1 the forthcoming forth omlnb om1n Investigation He in invited In1ted Invited ¬
vited 1ted Senator Elkins to tell the Senate Senatewhat Senatewhat Senatewhat
what In his Elkins judgment occa occasinned occasnned occasrrned
sinned high prices but Mr Elkins replied
YESTERDAY IN CONGRESS CONGRESSFebruary CONGRESSFebruary CONGRESSFebnxy
February 3 1010 1010Tho 1010SEX 1010SENATE
SEX SENATE SENATEThe TE TEno
The Senate convened CI fW1OO at noon noontor noo nooSe noooBoaster
Se Boaster ator tor Elkins protests against effect to sWold sWoldtariff aIO1dtartlY l d dtaritC
tariff in agitation for probe of high trials prioaaOn Imce ImceOn trialsOn
On motion at Senator Hejlmm draft of bill billeobroittcd bUlrahmltUd billtAzblfllttcd
eobroittcd by Baliinger is returned as a rebuke rebukeInterstate rebukel TSbllkelntertate
Interstate l lWltate Commerce Committee befite OOIi hear hearing hIlTisi ¬
ing on rate Mil MilSenator billSeMtoc h411Senator
Senator Bnrket introduces bill rdattaB relaUs to la laboron 1 1boren laIiocei
boron hours in Dktrict DktrietoaUDnd DkIIioCusitlnusd DktrictCtmtlmnd
Ctmtlmnd opjWBltlon manifested manl e ted against D t postal postalsar l iwstalmt4Is W WI
mt4Is sar < nBi I bank Mil Milx WILr
a x r an eueaitlvc exec tIfC session teon n the Senate ad adJou adjcM
jcM Jou 01 1 at 45 4f oclock oclockHOOSE o oclockhOuSE oIock oIockHOUSE
HOUSE HOOSEiOe HOUSEe
iOe es e HDON II cwTOfwd at noen noenEntire noenRutiN noonhstke
Entire tfew of searion lsOfl n aomwMd oo tl8Md Is t tt ooMUwa ooMUwatiM 5555llJJfltioi
tiM t oa of f ttw U tli a ItrictIlttlt ricMltare appropriation WU dUo dUoIMed uftfek uftfekpoased lcli lclipasse
poased passe IMed abcrtlj before adjournment adjournmentDtscwioa adjournmentDhca1Iica adjournmentDiscasics
Dtscwioa of 0 UM tile owsnlar awl dlntociatte d te bill bigbeira bill1Jewqa billbeiis
beira to Committee of the Whole WhotePmtorabto WItoIeFa1OrableT811Ort Whole1hrabk
Pmtorabto Fa1OrableT811Ort Tetwrt onlered on nhl oklll wbsHy bill billTho bUlThe billTh
The Th Hot heels e adjourned at 4 40 > 0 oclock oclockthat odookthat oclockthat
that It was wa a matter for or tho committee committeeto
to ascertain ascertainSenator ascertainSenator ascertainSenator
Senator Stono said the ignoring of Mr MrElkins lIrElkinS MrElkins
Elkins resolution was an expression expre slon of oflack oflack oflack
lack of confidence In him by the leaders leadersSenator leadersSenator leadersSenator
Senator Bailey disagreed < l with 1tlt this view viewIt Iew IewIt j jIt
It Is because those in control want to togo togo togo
go around tho tariff in this investigation investigationthat Im88l1gatkmthat investigationthat
that they the do not want tb Intrust the theInvestigation theInveatlgaUon theinvestigation
Investigation to the Senator from West WestVirginia WestVirginia ct ctVirginia
Virginia said Mr Ir Bailey More Ioro than thanonce thanonce thanonce
once the Senator from West eiit Virginia Ylr nla has hasgotten hasgotten hasgotten
gotten off of the reservation re eratfon over there thereHo thereHo thereHo
Ho hap ceased to be an anarchist and andis andIs andIs
is r rll dl becoming one of our most mostuseui mostI mostuseu
I useui use UI jrlcing Insurgents He favored favoredthe favoredthe favoredthe
the income tax He wanted to vote for forIt forIt forit
It but could not notletter notLater notLater
Later Senator Elkins reintroduced his hisfood hisfood hisfood
food Inquiry Inqul resolution and had it re referred referred reforred ¬
ferred to the Finance Committee Baying Bayinghe sayinghe nayinghe
he intended to test tho sincerity slncerlt of that thati thatcommittee thatcommittee
i committee committeeSENATE committeeSENATE committeeSENATE
SENATE REBUKES BALLMER BALLMERReturns BALLINGERReturns BALL1NGERReturns
Returns His Draft of Bill on Hey Heyburns Reyburns Heyburns
burns Motion MotionVice MotionVice MotionVice
Vice President Irc ldent Sherman Forced to toAct tolet toAct
Act Under Rule Invoked Last Last3pnr Lutnr Lustnr
3pnr nr AgaInst Jnlnlt Roosevelt liooseveltYl RoolecltYlu RooseveltVies
Yl Vies a President Sherman a aeUnS Ung under undera
a rule of the Senate adopted in tAO last lastCongress latCongreu lastCongress
Congress by way of rebuke to t President PresidentRoosevelt PrealdentUOONvett PresidentRoOvelt
Roosevelt and Secretary Garfield yester yesterday yeterday yesterday ¬
day returned to Secretary Ballinger the thedraft thedraft thedraft
draft of a 8 bill which the th Secretary had hadsent ha1Hnt hadsent
sent to the Senate nt t the request of the thePresident thePrdent thePresident
President PresidentThe PrdentThe PresidentThe
The communication was received In the theregular ther8 theregular
r8 regular < < Ular course of morning mornln business and andordered andordered andordered
ordered referred to the Senate Committee Committeeon
on Territories Immediately Senator Senat r Hey Heyburn He Heburn Heyburn
burn of Idaho got ot into action actionHe ActionHe actionHe
He called for the reading of the rule ruleadopted ruleadopted ruleadopted
adopted by the Senate by way a of discip disciplining dlsclpUnJn disciplining ¬
UnJn lining Secretary Garfield Ga rfteld which hleh directed directedthat directedthat
that thereafter all bills sent to the Senate Senatevoluntarily Senatevoluntarily
voluntarily voluntarU by heads of o departments not notin no notIn t
in response to a request of the Senate Senateshould Senatehould Senateshould
should not be received officially or re referred referred referred ¬
ferred to committees but be returned to tothe tothe tothe
the oflicor o lcer who transmitted it itSenator It ItSenator itSenator
Senator Dolllver called attention to the thefact thetact thefact
fact that the draft of the bill was sent at atthe atthe atthe
the Presidents request requestSenator requestSenator requestSenator
Senator Bacon a member of the Com Committgo Commltt Cornmitto
mittgo mltt e on Rules declared that the rule ruleapplied ruleapplIed ruleapplIed
applied to the President equally with withthe withthe wIththe
the departments under him himAfter himAfter himAfter
After the rule ruI bad been read re d Vice VicePresident ViceProsldent VicePresident
President Sherman explained that he had hadsimply hadsimpl hadsimply
simpl simply followed the usual procedure antI andit antIIt antiIt
it was evident he was not aware of o the therule therule therule
rule He made an order at the demand demandor
or Senator Heyburn annulling tho refer reference reference reference ¬
ence to the committee and directed the theSecretary theSeerotary theSecretary
Secretary of the Senate to return the bill billto billto m mto
to Secretary Baliinger BaliingerThe BallingerThe BallingorThe
The proposed pro proposee bill related to the care careof caroof careof
of the Insane I 8 ne in Alaska AlaskaGRILLS AlaskaGRILLS AlaakaGRILLS
GRILLS PRESS AGENTS AGENTSRepresentative AGE AGENTSRepresentative TS TSRepresentative
Representative Tawney made a a fierce fiercebut fiercebut fiercebut
but ineffectual l fight on the floor of the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House yesterday 1e terda to limit the activities activitiesof
of o the press agents of the Forest Fore t Service ServiceHe SenleeHe ServiceHe
He claimed It was impossible for a amember amember amember
member of Congress to criticise one of ofthese oCtbese ofthese
these departments without gOtting belted beltedover beltedover beltedover
over the head shortly thereafter In the thepublic tbepublic thepublic
public press at the Instigation of one onethese onethese onethese
these press agents who he thought also alsoprevented 0110pronnted alsoprevented
prevented economy In the administration administrationof
of the departments by stirring up public publicsentiment publicntlment publicsentiment
sentiment ntlment requiring money to quiet down downRepresentatives downRepresentatives
Representatives Keifer of Ohio and andScott andScott andScott
Scott of Kansas defended the press pressagents pressaxenttl pressagents
agents and Mr Tawneys amendment to toprohibit torrrohtbit toprohibit
prohibit them from sending out Inform Information Informtlon informstioti ¬
tion except when asked was lost lostDistrict lostDlfrlcf lostDistrict
District Committee Meets Today TodayThe TodnyThe TodayThe
The Senate District Committee will willmeet wlUmeet willmeet
meet this morning and dispose of a num number number nurnber ¬
ber of bills on which favorable reports reportswill roportwill reportswill
will be made to the Senate Immediately Immediatelyfollowing Immediatelyfollowing immediatelyfollowing
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MEYER MRVPD lilJiiM TW Hi IN NA NO rtU HIIRRV HURRY HURRYSanction llUu1 llUu1Sanction flUMi flUMiSanction
Sanction of Congress Cong less Is Not NotNeededforEeorganization NotNeeded NotNeeded
NeededforEeorganization NeededforEeorganizationBUREAU Needed for Reorganization ReorganizationBUREAU ReoiganizationBUREAU
BUREAU CHIEFS BALK PLAN PLANSecretary PLANSeeretnry PLANSecretary
Secretary of the Navy Him No In Intention Intcntlon Inteiition ¬
tention of DlHctpHiiluer DIMCll1J llug Capps Cnlll and nndRoffcr nl111RogerlJ andRogers
Rogers for Criticising Ills Methods MethodsHouse JlctItoclsHouse Methodshouse
House Committee Will ISot ot Hamper HamperHim IInmlterI1huAllllrded liuniperIlliuApirthed
Him I1huAllllrded Apprdvcd l It by y Taft TaftSecretary rnHSecrltary lnf lnfSecretary
Secretary of the Navy Moycr Is con confronted conCronted confronted ¬
fronted with the problem of dealing with withthe withthe withthe
the cases of th the two bureau chiefs who whohave whohave rho rhohave
have pressed prO Hd before the House Naval NavalCoommlttee NavalCoommlttee NavalCooiumlttee
Coommlttee Coommlttee their opposition to his roor reorganisation roorganlmtlon roorganization ¬
ganisation plan planThey pluThey planThey
They are Washington L Capps chief chiefconstructor chlerconstructor duetconstructor
constructor and chief of the Bureau of ofConstruction o ocoqatructlon ofCoqatruction
Construction and Repair and Eustace B BRogers BRo BRogers
Rogers Ro er paymaster master general and chief of ofthe oClhe ofthe
the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts AccountsThere ACQOuntsTbese AccountsThese
There officers gave testimony criticising criticisingMr crlt1clslngMr criticisingMr
Mr Meyers plan for reorganization reorganizationXo
Xo No Rebuke RcbuJ e Imminent ImminentMr Imminent1Ir ImminentMr
Mr Meyer Ieyer it was said has no inten intention int1n int1nUon intntion ¬
tion of disciplining them as he recog recognizes reeognlzu recognizes ¬
nizes the right fit J tf > t a committee of Con Congress Congress Congreen ¬
gress to interrogate interr gato officers of executive executivedepartments cxooutlvedepartments executivedepartments
departments Their testimony however howeverMr howeerMr howeverMr
Mr Meyer believes has made It plain plainthey Dlalnthoy plainthey
they are out of sympathy with his Ideas Ideasand Ideasand ideasand
and he Is endeavoring to ascertain ascertainwhether ascertainwhother ascertainwhether
whether or not it will be more advisable advisableIn
In the interest of his administration to toobtain toobtain toobtain
obtain other chiefs in their stead steadThis steadTh18 steadThis
This would be difficult however as aspractically asIractlcalb aspractically
practically all the members of the con construction construction construction ¬
struction corps are allied with Chief ChiefConstructor ChleConstructor ChiefConstructor
Constructor Capps in opposition to Mr MrMeyers MrMeyers Ir Ir1lo3rs
Meyers reorganization There will be no nohaste nohaste nohaste
haste it was said in dealing with the thefwo thefwo therwo
fwo recalcitrant bureau chiefs chiefsMr chlersMr chiefsMr
Mr Meyers reorganization reor nlzatlon plan float floatnot doasnot doesnot
not require r qulre the indorsement of the House HouseNaval HouseNaval HouseNaval
Naval Committee and there is some someQuestion lomequootlon somequestion
Question as to whether the members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee will attempt to interfere interferewith Intorforowith interferewith
with the plan which has been in opera operation optratwn operation ¬
tion since December 1 last lastSeveral lastSevenl1 lastSeveral
Several members of the committee feel feelthat feelthat feelthat
that the reorganization scheme proposed proposedby proposedby
by b Truman H Newberry Newberr former Secre Secretary Secretar Secretary ¬
tary tar of o the Navy was not given 8 a fair fairtrial fairtrial fairtrial
trial Mr r Meyers reorganization It was wassaid wuHid wassaid
said Is entirely an administration meas measure moalure measnrc ¬
ure and it does not require either tther the theapproval theapproval theapproval
approval or oi Imtorsement of Congress CongressThe ConsreuThe CongressThe
The House Naval Committee it was said saidhas Midhas esidhas
has inquired fully into the reorganiza reorganization reorganization reorganization ¬
tion because becau of o Its general interest in innaval Innaval hinaval
naval topics topicsCommittee topicsCommittee topicsComnaittee
Committee Is Divided DividedAlthough DhIJelAlthou DividedAlthough
Although Althou the members of the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee are divided evenly upon Mr Meyers Meyersplan Meyersplan Ieyersplan
plan it is not believed the committee will willtake willtake willtake
take any steps to hamper Mr Meyer in intho Intho inthe
tho administration by requiring a return returnto returnto returnto
to the Newberry plan of o administration administrationin
in order that it might be given a more morecomplete morecomplete morecomplete
complete trial trialMr trialMr trialMr
Mr Meyers M ers plan was approved by byPresident byPresident byPresident
President Taft before It was put in oper operation operation operation ¬
ation Mr Meyer Me er has not asked for or reor reorganization reorganization rearganizatlon ¬
ganization legislation at the present ses session session seaslon ¬
sion of Congress except for the aboli abolition a1 abolltion > o1l o1ltj4n ¬
tion of the Bureau of o Equipment He Hewishes He15hos Hewishes
wishes to have his reorganization schemo schemoIn
in operation for a a year or so before ask asking nlkIng askbig ¬
ing Congress Conge s to enact It into law lawWANT lawWANT lawWANT
WANT GRANT ENROLLED ENROLLEDG
G A R Urges Ur es Con Congress cress reJOiIl to Make MakeGeneral MakeGeneral talte talteGencral
General n Civil War Var Soldier SoldierUring SoldierUrlng SoldierUring
Uring that Gen Frederick Dent Grant be beenrolled beonrolled beenrolled
enrolled as a soldier of the civil war the theU theD theU
U S Grant Post Po t G A R of Brooklyn BrooklynN Brooklyn BrooklynN
N Y yesterday transmitted to the Sen Senate Senate Senate ¬
ate a petition asking that a law be beenacted beenacted beenacted
enacted for this purpose purposeThe purposeThe purposeThe
The communication states that the com commanding commandlng cornmanding ¬
manding general of o the Division of the theLakes theLakes theLakes
Lakes desires to be mustered In as a asoldier asoldier asoldier
soldier of the civil war by the Secretary Secretaryof
of War For the benefit of the law lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers ¬
makers the veterans In their petition petitioncite petitioncite petitioncite
cite some historical facts that were read readwith readwith readwith
with Interest InterestIt IntereatIt
It is set forth that Gen F D Grant Grantthough GrantalthoulIh Grantalthough
although though a boy of thirteen years served servedas
as a a volunteer aid on his fathers staff staffthrough statrthrough staffthrough
through the siege of Vicksburg In 1S63 1S63and 1563and 1863and
and was wa twice wounded while carrying carryingmessages carryingmeSNges carryingmessages
messages to Gens Sherman McPherson McPhersonand 1IcPhersonand McPhersonand
and Logan LoganHe LoganHe LoganHe
He was under fire at the battles of ofGrand atGrand ofGrand
Grand Gulf Port Gibson and Champion ChampionHill ChampIonHIlI ChampionHill
Hill The Grand Army post states with withevident witheldent withevident
evident pride that the lad who wore the theuniform theuniform theuniform
uniform of a captain conducted himself himselfwith hlmseltwith himselfwith
with bravery that endeared him to the theboys thebo theboys
boys bo S In blue blueAGRICULTURE blueAGRICULTURE blueAGflICULTThRE
AGRICULTURE BILL PASSED PASSEDAuthorizes PASSEDDnIJ PASSEDBudget
DnIJ Budget t Authorizes Appropriations
Amounting to 13417130 13417130The 1341TlaoThe 134171343The
The House yesterday completed consid consideration consideration consideration ¬
eration of the agriculture appropriation appropriationThe approDriattonThe appropriationThe
The measure authorizes expenditures expendituresamounting expendituresamounting expendituresamounting
amounting to 13417136 13417136A
A provision In the bill authorizing the theSecretary theSecretary theSecretary
Secretary of Agriculture to make an anInquiry anInquiry aninquiry
Inquiry into the cost of living went out outon outon outon
on a point of order made by Representa Representative Representative Representativo ¬
tive Shirley Shlrle of Kentucky KentuckyJust KentuckyJust KentuckyJust
Just before the House adjourned It pro proceeded proceeded proceeded ¬
ceeded to the consideration of the diplo diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic ¬
matic appropriation bill Representative RepresentativePerkins RepresentativePerkIns RepresentativePcrkins
Perkins of New York chairman of the theCommittee thlCommittee theCommittee
Committee on Foreign Affairs announced announcedthat announcedthat announcedthat
that It was the purpose of his committee committeesoon committeesoon committeesoon
soon to report a a bill providing for the theerection thoerection theerection
erection or purchase of embassy build buildings buildIngs buildings ¬
ings in some of the big capitals of Eu Europe Europe Europe ¬
rope
Protect p tct Pending Milk Bill BillThe DIUThe DIIIThe
The Vice President yesterday laid be before beforo before ¬
fore the Senate Son ate a 8 petition from the Dis District Dlstrlct District ¬
trict of Columbia Maryland la Jand and Virginia VirginiaDairymens VIrglnJaDalrmens VirginiaDairymens
Dairymens Association protesting against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the enactment of ot the Gallinger milk bill billAnimal billAnnunl billAnnual
Animal Leave for Employes EmployesProviding EmploycsProviding EmployesProviding
Providing that each and every employe employeof
of navy yards ards and government v rnment depots be begranted becranted begranted
granted thirty days da s leavo in each cal calendar calendar calendar ¬
endar year ear Senator Penrose yesterday yesterdayI yesterdayintroduced yesterdayintroduced
I introduced a bill which was referred to tothe tothe tothe
the Committee on Naval Affairs AffairsCONGRESSIONAL AffairsCONGRESSIO AffairsCONGRESSIONAL
CONGRESSIONAL CONGRESSIO rAL BRIEFS BRIEFSA
A bill to confer the th trade of rear admiral retired retiredon
on Commander Robert rt E Peary U S N the cx cxpfcrer expknr oxpkrer
pfcrer was introduced in the Senate yesterday by bySenator bySenator bySenator
Senator Half Hal of Main MainPreaMent MsiiPresident a1ll a1llPresident
President Taft yesterday offered the position JX > Iltion of ofsurveyor cfsurreyor f f5U1nI10r
surveyor of f the port of New York to Charles D DHilled DIIIn Dlilihi
Hilled IIIn Second Assistant Ill ist4nt Secretary of the Treasury TrcasU TrcasUIr
Mr Ir Hilled took tooktlte the offer under advisement advisementBy ndrfsemtntBy ndclsemrntBy
By the terms of a bill introduced in the House Houseyesterday HOUSYMterdar Houseyeeterday
yesterday Representative Cuington Ct ington directs the Sec Secretary SeentMr 5ccrethzy ¬
retary of War to cause ClUt to be constructed ctetct in the theSusquahanna UleSUSQuehanna tieSuxuahsnna
SUSQuehanna River near Port Po Deposit Md Id eight eightice elshtire eightice
ice piera at a cost of 30033 30033RepresenUtiTe SOtnRepresmtatlTe 30001Bepresentatire
RepresenUtiTe Griest yesterday submitted a con concurrent roncurrent am amcurrent ¬
current resolution J1 1utfon directing d1rectln that 10000 copies of tho thofollowing thofollowing thefollowing
following songs 5On be printed and bound boun for distribu distribution distribution dJjIJten ¬
tion to public and school libraries The Star Stari StarSpnngkd
i Spangled 8Pntl < < l Banner Banmz Hall Coluahia America Americaand Amerlcsand
i and Yankee Doodle
I SUCCESSOR TO RIXEY R1XEYAppointment RIXEYi RIXEYAppointment
i Appointment of Surgeon General to toBe toI toBe
I Be Decided Today TodayTho TodayThe
I
The appointment of a surgeon general generalof
of the navy to succeed Presley M Rlxey Rlxeywill Rbccy RbccyIll Rixeywill
will Ill be decided at the Cabinet meeting meetingthis meotlngthis meetingthis
this morning Dr Rlxpy has been sur surgeon surgoon stirgoon ¬
goon general since February 5 1902 1902There 10012There 1l2There
There are two candidates for the office officeThey officeThey officeThey
They are Medical Inspector Henry G GBeyer GBC 0Bayer
Bayer BC 6r who is now on duty In the Bureau Bureauof Bureauor Bureauof
of Medicine and Surgery Surge and Surg SurgCharles SurgCharles SurgCharles
Charles F Stokes who IB on duty at the theNaval theNaval theNaval
Naval Medical School 11001 In this city citySecretary citySecretary citySecretary
Secretary of the Navy Meyer and Sen Senator Senator Sonator ¬
ator Perkins chairman of tho Senate SenateNaval SenateNaal SenateNaval
Naval Committee are In favor of ap appointing appointing appointing ¬
pointing Surg Stokes Dr Beyer has hasthe hnsthe hasthe
the support of Senator Hale former formerchairman formorchairman formerchairman
chairman of the Senate Naval Committee CommitteeSecretary CommitteeSecretary CommitteeSecretary
Secretary Meyer expects to announce the theappointment thoappointment thenppointmont
appointment at the conclusion of todays todayssession todayssSslon todayssession
session sessionDr sSslonDr sessionDr
Dr Rixoy will not retire for age until untilIflll untilHlt
Iflll although he is eligible for retire retirement rotJfemEnt rowemont ¬
ment under the thirty years service law lawSETTLE lawSETTLE lawSETTLE
SETTLE TARIFF ISSUE ISSUEUnited ISSUEUnited ISSUEUnited
United States and an < l Germany GermanyExchange GerluanyExchange GermanyExcliange
Exchange Minimums MinimnmsBOTH MinimumsBOTH MinimumsBOTH
BOTH COUNTRIES ARE PLEASED PLEASEDVolume PLEASEDYoluDle PLEASEDVolume
Volume of Trade Estimated at 350O 350OOOOOOO OO
000000 a Year In Statement Made MadePublic lUadePublic MadePublic
Public Yesterday IT uy Secretary Sceretl1r of ofState ofStRt ofStntq
State StRt Stntq Knox Explaining the lit Terra TerraTariff TermsThrift rermsrnrlfr
Tariff rnrlfr War nr Has Been Averted
I Tariff negotiations between the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and Germany which have been beenpending beenendlng beenpending
pending for several months have been beenconcluded beonconcluded beenconcluded
concluded satisfactorily to both govern governments goornmonts governmonts ¬
monts The United States will obtain not notonly notonly notonly
only the German minimum rates now on onJoyed onjoyod enjoyed
Joyed under the special agreement that thatexpires thatexplros thatexpires
expires on February 7 but will 111 receive receivealso r receivealso Cele Celealso
also the benefit of all the minimum rates ratesof ratcKof ratesof
of the German C rmAn tariff now accorded to toforeign toIQrel511 toforeign
foreign governments governmentsIn
In return return Germany will receive the min minimum minImum mm mmimum ¬
imum tariff rates rat of the PayneAldrich PayneAldrtehact
act after March 11 next when the maxi maximum InaxtInum maximum ¬
mum and minimum features of the Amer American Anuoriran ¬
lean law will become operative Inci Incidentally Incldentally lad laddentally ¬
dentally the successful luccc ul outcome of the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present negotiations is a s diplomatic tri triumph triumph tn tnunuph ¬
umph for Secretary of State Knox KnoxThe KnoxThe KnoxThe
The fact that a a tariff war IU has been beenaverted beenaverted beenaverted
averted is especially gratifying graUft p to offi officers officers ouilcern ¬
cers of the State and Treasury Treuur depart departments departments departmeets ¬
ments because of the fact that In the thecalendar thecalendar thecalendar
calendar year just ended the direct Inter Interchange Intcchanlfe interchange ¬
change of commodities between the theUnited theVnlted theUnited
United States and Germany exceeded exceededIJO exceeded1Oeo
40900060 IJO Allowing for importations importationsinto ImportationsInto importationsinto
into Germany through throu < < h other countries countriesthe countriesthe countriesthe
the volume of trade between the two twocountries tocountries twocountriOs
countries is estimated at about U6OOOCoQO U6OOOCoQOExchnn 10000000Exchange 0000000 0000000Exchange
Exchange Exchnn c of Miiilmnuii MiiilmnuiiIn
In announcing tho conclusion of the thenegotiations thencgotlathms thenegotiations
negotiations Secretary Knox made this thisstatement thisstatement thisstatement
statement statementThe statementThe statementrho
The rho basis of tho settlement Is that thatGermany thatGorman thatGormany
Germany Gorman grant to the United States Statesher Statesbel Statesher
her full conventional tariff rates rates in re return return return ¬
turn for the minimum tariff of the Unit United lJnltcd United ¬
ed States atM This Is an echange of mini minimum mInimum minimum ¬
mum for minimum It places the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States on exactly the same terms as all allother another allother
other countries to to which Germany grantd grantdconventional grantJconventional granticonventional
conventional rates under her various rloue com commercial commercIal cornmorcial ¬
mercial conventions or mostfavored mostfavorednation mostfavorednation ed ednation
nation treaties treatiesIn treatiesIn treatiesIn
In the Presidents Pre ldents opinion tho respon responsibilities respOnsibilities responsibllities ¬
sibilities devolved on him by b the Payne PayneAldrlch PaneAldrich PayneAldrich
Aldrich act require from all countries a agrant agrant agrant
grant to the United States of substan substantially sUQitanUaUy su1stantially ¬
tially their lowest tariff rates ratesThe ratesThe ratesThe
The satisfactory solution has been in a alarge alarge alarge
large measure due to the friendly frlendl and andconciliatory andconciliatory andconciliatory
conciliatory spirit of the German govern government government governmeat ¬
ment It was recognized rocoinlzed on both sides sidesthat sidesthat sidesthat
that while In the variety varlet and complexity complexityof
of modern commercial conditions some somepoints someJOlnts somepoints
points of divergence dhoer ence between two great greatcommercial STeatcommerctal greatcommercial
commercial nations would be encountered encounteredtheir encountoredtheir encounteredtheir
their nature was not such as to preclude precludean
an agreement which would be beneficial beneficialIn
In the mutual markets marketsXo marketsNo marketsNo
No objection Is made to microscopic microscopicinspection mlcroscoplofn microscopicinspection
inspection fn pedlon by foreign countries but The TheInsistence 1heInsistence theinsistence
Insistence on certificates of microscopic microscopicInspection mlcr microscopicInspection oplo oploInspection
Inspection from the United States and the thefailure thefallure thefailure
failure to recognize the present Interstate InterstateInspection InterstateInspection InterstateInspection
Inspection which was substituted for It Itwas Itwas itwas
was a bar to the admission of these theseproducts theseproducts theseproducts
products into some of the German ports portsThe portsTh portsThus
The Th reasonableness of this position has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been recognized by the German govern government gDcrnmente government ¬
ment mente and under tho agreement concluded concludedthe concludedthe concludedthe
the Imperial authorities will take steps stepsto stepsto stepsto
to modify the present regulations under underwhich underwhich underwhich
which customs officials at some ports have haverefused havoretused haverefused
refused to admit American pork products productswithout productswIthout productswithout
without certificates of microscopic Inspec Inspection Inspection inspeclion ¬
tion thus securing uniformity uniformityThe unlfonnltyThe uniformityThe
The scope of the negotiations covered coveredthe coveredthe coveredthe
the discussion of all tho various ques questions questions questions ¬
tions that have In recent years ears vexed the theexporters theexporters theexporters
exporters of o both countries The admis admission admission ailmissian ¬
sion of American live cattle for slaughter slaughterin
in Germany and the regulations relating relatingto
to the Importation of meat products of ofvarious ofvarious ofvarious
various kinds the German customs rules rulesgoverning rule3governing rulesgoverning
governing the drawback of duty dut allowed allowedon i ion
on flour when exported from Germany Germanyall
all of which are of exceeding interest interestfrom interestfrom interestfrom
from the American standpoint have been beentreated beentreated beentreated
treated on their merits as questions en entirely entlrel entirely ¬
tirely tlrel aside SIde from that of equivalent tariff tariffadjustment tarlttadjustment tariffadjustment
adjustment adjustmentINSURGENTS adjustmentINSURGENTS adjustmentINSURGENTS
INSURGENTS LYING LOW LOWPlotting LOWPJuttlnJ LOWPlotting
Plotting Further Trouble for the theLenders theIenders theIeaders
Lenders of House Organization OrganizationWhile Or OrganizationWhile nnlzatlon nnlzatlonYhllo
While tile Republican insurgents in the theHouse theHouso theHouse
House have been cn reticent for a day or orso orso orso
so they the are plotting further trouble and andthe andthe andthe
the leaders are looking out for squalls squallsThe squallsThe squallsThe
The Insurgent leaders now say they will willmake willmalte willmake
make no effort to enlarge the Commit Committee Committee Committee ¬
tee on Rules or depose the Speaker from fromthat fromthat fromthat
that organization through the medium of ofa ofa ofa
a party caucus caucusThey caucusTho caucusThey
They Tho believe If they took their case caseInto caseInto caseinto
Into a caucus they might be beaten beatenThe beatenThe beatenThe
The plan is to lay low for the present presentand presentand presentand
and seize the first favorable opportunity opportunityto
to bring the matter up In the open Just Justhow Justhow Justhow
how this is to be done has not been beendisclosed beendisclosed beendisclosed
disclosed but Representative Gardner Gardnerhas Gardnerhas Gardnerhas
has been intrusted with the duty of ofpointing orpointing ofpointing
pointing a way wayIpriodf wayApricot wayApricot
Apricot Cordial CordialA
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INAVY Ml NAVY OPPOSES OPPOSES BILL BILLMann BILLManii I If IMann
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Mann Measure Would Civil Civilianize Civiliauize Civilianize
ianize Lighthouse Board BoardSENATE BoardI BoardSENATE BoardSENATE
I
SENATE MAY AMEND MEASURE MEASUREHear MEASUREHear I iI i iHenr
Hear Admiral Mnrlx Secretary Sccrctnr > a aKel mtgel
gel el mud Capt It L I ItuKsell U S SX 5ic
X Oppose Plan to Remove Officers OfficersIllinois OfflcerJJlllloli Officersillinois
Illinois Representative Ih Want a aCivil nChU aCivil
Civil Commissioner In Washington WashingtonOpposition VnshlllJtOIlOpposition VaslmingtonOpposition
Opposition to the plan of Representative RepresentativeMann RepresentativeM RepresentativeMnn
Mann M nn to civfHanize the lighthouse lighthouseboard U lighthouseboard hthousf hthousfboard
board developed yesterday morning mornln at IIIhearinl a ahearing ahearing
hearing before the th Senate Committee on onCommerce onCommerce onCommerce
Commerce CommerceWithout CommerceWithout CommerceWithout
Without successfully succe CullY controverting controvertln the theaesertiori thesEtrUon theassertioti
aesertiori sEtrUon that there should he a control controlling controlling controlhing ¬
ling head for the Lighthouse Service in inWashington InWashlnston inWashington
Washington those who appeared appear < d objected objectedto
to the removal of the officers omc rs of the army armyand armyand armyand
and navy from its membership membershipIn
In the bill passed by the House a abureau a abureau abureau
bureau of lighthouses is created In the theDepartment theDepartment theDepartment
Department of Commerce and Labor Laborover Laborover LaborOver
over which a 8 commissioner at 5000 Is iato Ist isto
to t preside After hearing the objections objectionsoffered objectionsoffered objectionsoffered
offered to the change the committee re refcrred referred reerred
erred the bill to a subcommittee of Sen Senators Senators Sonators ¬
ators Elkins Smith Michigan Burton Burtonand Burton3n1 Burtonand
and Simmons SimmonsIt
It is expected they will materially materiallyamend mBtorlaIlyamend materiallyamend
amend It attempting to strengthen tren then the theorganization theorganization theorganization
organization but retaining officers of the themilitary themilitary themilitary
military service experienced in matters mattersof matterof mattersof
of navigation upon it itXapel It itNagel
Xapel Enters Opposition OppositionIt Olp ltlon ltlonIt I
It was urged by Secretary Nagel of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Department of Commerce and Labor Laborthat L8borI L8borthllt Laborthmt I
that there be created a responsible head headfor headfor headfor
for the lighthouse establishment He Healso Healso Healso
also expressed the opinion that the bill billmight billmlKh billmiht
might perhaps go unnecessarily far in inexcluding Inexcludlnt inexcluding
excluding officers of the army and navy navyfrom na nafrom navyfrom
from the board
Capt R L Russell Judge Advocate AdvocateGeneral AdvocateGeneral AdvocateGeneral
General of the navy appeared for the thedepartment thedePftrtment thedepartment
department to oppose the removal of Its Itsofficers Itsofficors itsofficers
officers and to urge that aids to naviga navigation navigation navigathin ¬
tion be located by a navigator navigatorRear navt navigatorRear tor torReal
Rear Admiral Adolph Marlx of the thepresent tbepreHnt thepresent
present board saM it lacked proper or organization oranlzatlon organization ¬
ganization anlzatlon and President Livingstone Livingstoneof LlvIn LIvInstoneof ston stonof
of the Lake Carriers Association AiJ OC ltlon held heldthat heldthat heldthat
that the War ar Department might well con control control ¬
trol the lighthouses lighthousesRepresentative I1gbtho lighthousesRepresentative N NRepreHntaUe
Representative Mann > > ann is opposed to the thecontinuance tbecontlnuanee thecontinuance
continuance of military officers on the thelighthouse theIihthouae thelighthouse
lighthouse hoard His contention has hasom ltasrome hassome
rome om weight from the fact that the theboard theboard theboard
board without a a responsible re IJOMlble head has hasdeveloped hasdenlOfed hasdeveloped
developed some contentions which memos seemeabeyond semeabeyond memosbeyond
beyond adjustment adJu tment ex eXMpt ept through reor reorganization reorsanlzaUon reorganization ¬
ganization ganizationCHAKITY sanlzaUonCHARITY ganizationCHARITY
CHARITY RESOURCES STRAINED STRAINEDUnnllc STRAINEDUnnble STRAINEDUnable
STRAINEDI I
Unable to Keep tp Work ork Because Decanneof
of Funds FundsWith FnndWith FuntIsWith
With less than halt of their budgets yet yetraised yetraised yetraised
raised the Associated Charities and Cit Citizens CitIzens Gilizeas ¬
izens Relief R lIet Association report that their theirresources theirreaourcca theirresources
resources are being beln strained to the limit limitboth limitboth limitboth
both as to funds and as to the ability abutt of oftheir ortheir oftheir
their workers work rl to keep up with the de demands demands tiemantis ¬
mands made upon them themThe themThe themThe
The Associated Charities is in receipt receiptof recolptot recal recalof
of the following contributions contributionsMa
Ma rs Junta 111 Jazz JMIC 1 11 Un In Mwy 1lJ C Xercbut en1unt WthVmtiS
8 1 TODim wm flIs H IL Scnddtr Scu di It 1 Bogeoo ltue B SUTMM SteT tevese IS ISDr 05Dr 5 5Dr
Dr RcgtaiiM R Walker WsIk B Porter D Ha hluk11SammL Hwkoll eU 8 8Samuel Ii6alau
Samuel 6alau l Art Arts 2 Thomas Tb Du J Headtmo U SI 3 MM MMCtan 111MOkn MtIlclan
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PSI 0 Wahii Wub Waabuiston too Topbwa Tc h U 2 It M Uwrcnoe LawrenouVlflla 8 8WUMuK 3 3WIDIaa
WUMuK Vlflla B CbUtotj C William Y SwJfgett SwJfgettMi I 5Mrs
Mi Mrs U 1 X Fowls S 5 Jtarau lamll M t BwtWt M MOtrenco ItChrenrc 15caienee
Otrenco G Alton Al 8 5 Kadntph ltadotJ Kaoffinuw SS S Mr Mrtad Siraed fro froat
tad at MT Is Frearw R Wbraton J6 Rear Admiral AdmiralAlfred AdmiralAliml AdmiralAUral
Alfred S Barker ill T W Stantoo JS 5 Mrs J J1C JIt JK
1C Hench JLSO 15 1ro Dr dairies E Grew 5 DrU DrUWaft DuWW DsrdVal
W Waft Val r 5 3 5 K Kmroan C 5 A DtrkLvm 5 6 B BP hiF
P Wttingpr BlumII S Knxn tetw T Dougherty rty H I Josfj JosfjrMl J JI Joeeith
rMl I JB Dr James Franklin Jweion MtH MtHII tlsa I Ill
II I L Ltodaly lAndau 5 MK Mr III W V I P Gram tt ttFor S3 S3FOr 3 3For
For the Citizens Relief Association the thefollowing thefOIIolng thefollowIng
following amounts have been received receivedMm receivedtIlL
Mm tIlL Julian Jane Ja SM It Mrs In Willim 111i1 H H HSanUMrland IISoIIUwIand HSmihIrlatid
SanUMrland It Eugene K K Sfettna emaa JS Ii U Hr tr Ad Admini AdWUlud Admisat
mini Willurd H IL Browwwn 1C 1 Mrs Irs ViHard lDani H HBrawMon 1 1rowDIoD H8roon
BrawMon rowDIoD III Mrs Irs John J F Wilkins 55 Mr 1kIrs and andMrs us us3lrs
Mrs Irs William Wflila IllIa WUwn Matey Fl1e J W ltadolj hludoliir > h Knit KanffBttna Jtauaear Knites
Bttna es Stf Clanww ear e O Allen 1 P 3 Mm lZI UUderan UUderanCarlMe 0 Meeost MeeostCarlisle Ier0ft Ier0fteadkle
Carlisle 39 J W V V Cox S 51 3 J H il lIeD11e1 nsley nsleyHoward Si Sillond 1 1Hosanit
Howard University through Mr Mrs Ira B Eo 1 Mcwcr IawrDr 3 3Dr 5Dr
Dr John Prurtna Jameson 5 Mr Mrs rs W 1 lCraw 1GrafeoJ 1Grate
Craw 3Through 3 3Through 3Through
Through Its treasurer Howard S Roe ReesWe RHside Roeside
side the joint finance committee acknowl acknowledges acknowledges acknowledges ¬
edges the th following contributions contributionsMrs
Mrs n S R Norman 1 George W White Ci Cicub 3 3cash 3 3cash
cash U I 1 Henry C Swan 2 MiM Ii Sarah arah Byrd ByrdPritcncU RtltPritmett hrd hrdPritdett
PritcncU 5 2 night Rev R Alfred Harding 10 lion HonGeorge lionG8Olj8 lionCesege
George F Huff m M Herbert H rbfrt C HenssUer Jln er 9 i MaJ MaJEdward MajEdward laj lajEdnrd
Edward I Gnwier Gntt eJ U Ephpbatba Sunday School SchoolJl t cboot cbootIi
Jl Ii 1 cash b Jo 1 Mrs JUlie II KeUeer Kelle 5 5 Mrs Julius JuliusC Jultnan JuliusC
C n Harrow 55 5 cub 3 5 Mrs Irs U L I M t EUiORer JS JSWilliam 5V1ihun 5 5William
William IL H Walker S3 3 31 Matter btter Douglas UJephane UJephaneH UltVha JlephaneIi
H 1 Robert H Chapman 3 S MISS IIN Kate Kat Bradley
10 Mrs In George G Cabot Ix 1 Lodge > dge JS i Harold E I Dojle l > oyk oyki
5 i cash 1 William Wailer 55 Mrs William WilliamWaller WilliamsWalor 1m 1mWaUer
Waller JT 5 Fred H Mofflt dUt Slt M Robert J rt A Church
55 1 Paul C Patterson 55 The Washington Wahl Vuhlnton Times TImestOO
jlOO tOO W R IlodenlKTRBr S 2 Thomas Henry Lever Levering LeYfIing Lecerleg ¬
ing M Ii l Her R William T Russell D I D 5 cash cashM caMi cubIS
IS i M r It C 5t 1 cash Jl I Henry Oldjs it 1 1Claude W WCUude WClaude
Claude Barrett 5 2 Pensioner Pe > > ionCT ionCTWILL 2 2WILL 2 2WILL
WILL INSPECT MILITIA MILITIAGen MIlITIAGen
Gen Wood ond Assign IIIIIJ11 Officers to Make MakeExamination MakeExaminations fakeExnnllnntlonlf
Examination ExaminationInspection ExnnllnntlonlfInspection ExaminationsInspection
Inspection of the District Militia will be bemade bemade i imade
made March rrch 7 according to an order orderissued orderIssued orderissued
issued yesterday by MaJ Gen Leonard LeonardWood LeonuIWood LeonardWood
Wood commanding the Department Dep rtment of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the East EastGen EastGen EastGen
Gen Wood has designated the following followingofficers followingofficers followingofficers
officers for the Inspection Maj Samuel SamuelReber SamuelReber SamuelReber
Reber Signal Corps medical and hospital hospitalcorps hospitalcorps hospitalcorps
corps Capt Morris E Locke Third Field FieldArtillery FieldArtillery FieldArtillery
Artillery First Battery Field Artillery ArtilleryThe ArtlUerrThe ArtilleryThe
The dates assigned assl ed are as follows followsBy toUowsBy fo1lowBy
By Ma 1 Fallsoo 1aUlODJl Yallsonlleabpmanters Headquarters tIqUlrten and Second Bat Battalion BattaUon Battallon ¬
talion Second Scene Infantry March llreh 7 and S Pint Bat Battalion Batlathe ¬ I Italion
talion Second Infantry March > arcll 3 and 9 headquar headquartcis beadqaartem besdquartome
tem and First Battalion First lafantry March Iarch 9 9and 9and 9mid
and tt Second Battalion Pint Infantry Infanb March Iareh 10 Nand 10and 10and
and 11 Third Battalion First Infantry March U Uand 11and Iiand
and 12 First and Second Infantry bands March arcll i
13 field and staff First Separate Battalion nat1 on March MarchU Iarol II
11 and 15 Third Battalion Second S oad Infantry March ardt
16 and 17 1 brigade headquarters and staff depart department department departmonte ¬
ment excepting ex IJtiDI medical medl l department March 13 13awl 18and 13anti
awl 10 10By 1 1Uy 10By
By Ski Iaj ReynoWsMedfcal Department and Hoe Hospital Hatal Hoepital ¬
pital tal Corks March Iarclt 17 17By 1 1ny 17By
By Maj laj Ueber Ueber8lgnal Signal Corps Company March I
18 aad 19 19By 1 1By 19By
By Capt LockeFirst Battery Field Artillery ArtilleryMarch ArtUlEryYarcb ArtilleryMarch
March 13 1 and li liACCUSED 1iACCUSED l lACCUSED
ACCUSED OF DEFRAUDING DEFRAUDINGGrand DEFRAUDINGGrand DEFThIIUDINGGrand
Grand Jnry Returns Four Counts CountsAgainst CountsA CountsAgainst
Against A njl1st Malcolm M Campbell CampbellMalcolm CUJUlllclJMalcolm CajupliellMalcolm
Malcolm Macgregor Campbell formerly formerlyof formerl formerlot
of 1712 Fifteenth street was yesterday yesterdayindicted yesterda yesterdaIndicted yesterdaindicted
indicted by the grand jury on four fourcounts Courcounts fourcounts
counts charging him with the use of the themalls themans timemails
malls for the purpose of d dC T 1g 1gCampbell l lCampbell ijj ijjCampbell
Campbell described himself as a civil civilengineer civilengineer civilengineer
engineer and surveyor and Is alleged to tohave tohave tohave
have victimized a number of wellknown wellknownfirms wellknownfirms wellknownfirms
firms by obtaining books coins stamps stampsmerchandise stam stampsmerchandise s smerchandise
merchandise and other property on ap approval approval approval ¬
proval and converting them to his own ownuse ownuse ownuse
use without making settlement settlementCampbell settlementCampbell settlementCampbell
Campbell left Washington some time timepgo timego timeigo
pgo go and has been located In the West Westwhere WestWhere Westwhere
where every effort will be made to obtain obtainhim obtainhim obtainhim
him
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Ellis
Spear vice President PresidentJohn PresidentJohn PresidentJ
John J ohn B Lamer LarnerVice LamerVice LamerVice
Vice Pres and Gen Counsel CounselAndrew CounelAndrew CounrelAndrew
Andrew Parker vice President
Harry G Meem Treasurer TreasurerBoyd TreasurerBoyd II
Boyd Taylor
Assistant Treasurer TreasurerThomas Tro TroasurerThomas urer urerThomas
Thomas Bradley BradleyReal BradleyReal BradleyReal
Real Estate Officer OfficerFrederick OfficerFrederick OfficerFrederick
Frederick Eichelberger EichelbergerTrust
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Charles B Bailey
William E Barker DarkerJohn BarkerJohn BarkerJohn
John R Carmody CarmodyAugustus CarmodyAugustus CarmodyAugustus
Augustus Crane jr jrJoseph jrJo JrJoseph
Joseph Jo ph J Darlington DarlingtonJohn DarlingtonJohn DarlingtonJohn
John Joy Jo Edson EdsonA EdsonA EdsonA
A P Fardon FardonA
A F Fox FoxJohn FoxJohn FoxJohn
John A Hamilton HamiltonPhilip HamiltonPhilip HamiltonPhilip
Philip Hlchborn
John A Johnston JohnstonGeorge John5tonGeorge JohnstonGeorge
George A King
William King
Martin A Knapp
John B Larner LarnerWilliam LarnerWtlliam IjrnerWilliam
William A Stearns MearnsH StearnsH IeamsH
H D Mlrick MlrickWatson MinickWatson l1riCkatson
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Andrew An rew Parker
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Louis P Shoemaker ShoemakerThomas Shoemakerrhomas ShoemakerThomas
Thomas W Smith SmithEllis SmithEllis SmithEllis
Ellis Spear SpearJohn SpearJohn SpearJohn
John A Swope SwopeGeorge SwopeGel SwopeGeorge
George Gel e Truesdell TruesdellB
B H Warner WarnerA
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the really important and interesting news To this dis display display display ¬ i
play of the the current events there are added every Sunday Sundaystrong Sundaystrong Sundaystrong
strong departments such as sporting society financial financialreal financialreal financialreal
real estate dramatic fashion the Optimist and house household housei household ¬
i hold pages all of which are recognized among the best bestin bestin bestin
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There will 11 be articles of excellent and exceptional exceptionalmerit exceptionalmerit exceptionalmerit
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meritSunday Sunday Feb 6 1910 1910Which
Which ihich you should not miss miss Chief among these will be bea beI bea
a thrilling story of aerial warfare This story will make makeyour makeyour makeyOtir
your pulses beat faster The writer Edgar Wallace a awellknown awellknown awellknown
wellknown author of short stories portrays the attack attackof attackof attackof
I of an aeroplane destroyer upon a great airship which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has been harassing an army army in Morocco for weeks The Thebattle Thei Thebattle
battle in the clouds at nighttime is a thrilling bit of de description description description ¬
i scription and youll be certain to enjoy it itThere itThere itThere
There will be other good stories in the Literary LiteraryMagazine LiteraryMagazine S SlIagazine
Magazine Section Se ion There will be a story of deep human humaninterest humaninterest humaninterest
interest by Arthur Henry Gooden author of The In Invader Invader ¬
vader entitled The Voice Voice He Heard There will be beanother beanother beanother
another by b Alice Perrin author of East of Suez en entitled entitled entitled ¬ I
titled In the Court of Conscience There will be a large largeinstallment largeinstallment largeinstallment
installment of At the Call of Honor Hon r by Marchmont Marchmontand lIarchmontI Marchniontand
and various shorter short r articles arfir es and ndstories ndstoriesChar10tte stories storiesCharlotte storiesCharlotte
I Charlotte M Conger tells of the initiation S or hazing hazingof hazingof hazingof
of the new Congressman This picture drawn from life lifewill lifewill I
S will appeal to most Washingtonians who do not stand standappalled standappalled standappalled
appalled at the sight of some national character as do dothe doi dothe
the residents of any other the city ci y not excepting New York YorkJames YorkJames
i James B Morrow finds find some entertaining incidents incidentsin I
in the life of Victor Murdock the robust and picturesque picturesqueyoung picturesqueyoung picturesqueE
E young insurgent in in the lower branch of Congress who whotersely whotersely whotersely
tersely explains what the battle with Speaker Cannon Cannonreally Cannonreally Cannonreally
really means He says that he ceased to be Ua a good In Injlian 1npian Inlian
jlian lian when he tried and failed to stop the illegal payment paymentof
of 5000000 oooooo annually to the railways for carrying the themails themails tilemails
= mails Mr Murdock predicts that Cannonism as he hecalls hecalls hecalls
calls it will be crushed at the first good opportunity and andsays andsays andsays
says that a majority of the Representatives are insur insurgents insurgents ¬
i gents 0 at heart hearti heartThe I
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