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department d depaitmnt partmpnt dallY daU from 1010 a a m to noon and 230 to 5 p m I1 The ThepubJlc ihepublic mepublic I
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man maii wfafc whnprctites practices economy in bis clothes buying Savings that thatseldom thatseldqm thatseldom
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and grays Sleeves with cuffs Cvil or plain platoHighe plainJghes j 8 7 5
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ROOT OOT PLAN IS READY READYContenlplttes READYContenijiiites READContemplates
Contemplates Eetireraeut t of ofTimothy ofrri ofTimothy
Timothy rri ill 0 thy L Woodruff WoodruffSENATOR W WoodrnitSENATOB oodrnff oodrnffSENATOR
SENATOR TO EMVE AVE SATUEDAa SATUEDAaot SATUltDHXot
Xot ot aolaff GolalOto Oo1i to Albany lint AVH1 nl See SeeGov SeeGov SeeGov
Gov JI JhJb jlies in Nan York YorkReor YorkReorganizatf8R YorkfleergnIzRtteH lleor lleorKranlxatfan
Kranlxatfan of Repnbllcan Party in inthe Intile Inthe
the IliiiDir State st t Widuly Yjtlul Dls Dlscussed Db1I85ellVlnh hacuasegWllhlant
cussed cuasegWllhlant 1I85ellVlnh AVIlHam J11 Loeb Jr JrUure JrUureSenator More HoreSenator MoreSenator
Senator Root will visit New York City CitySaturday Clt7Sat Cityaturdy
Saturday Sat urday and it is I assumed that no he h will willconfer willower willconfer
confer ower there with Republican leaders who whoare whoare whoare
are to be identified with the party re reorganisation r rorganisation rourganlation ¬
organisation now under der way wayIt wa11t wayit
It is understood that Mr Root will willmeet willme willmeet
meet t Go Hughes Hugbetlln in New York York and that thata
a a number of leaders from up p tbe State Stateas Stateas StateS StateS8s
as well as Republicans in the city will willconfer m mconfer II1confer
confer with them to dUcuss ways aJII and andrmans andInms andrnzn5
rmans of uplifting the party leadership leadershipMr leadenhlpMr
Mr Root has no present pre ent intention of ofvisiting ofi81t1ng ofviaItng
visiting Albany as baa been reported reportedThe reportedThe reportedThe
The Senator himself as well as those thosewho th thho thoa thoawho
who ho are art working with him bim are satisfied satisfiedthat aatiaMdthat dsfie4 dsfie4that
that the th situation There can be handled handledat
at long ong range At 4 this tlm time Mr Root Rootdoes RootdofS Rootflt
does not think It t will be necessary nee y to totako totakt totakt
takt further ruth r steps to bring into tee those thosename thoseRpub1iran thoseepublican
Rpub1iran Senat SenatOrs wh are I4ed to toname tonamt
name as their Jeador JeadorGov e dr one uattieJIJy uafrIsIly to toGo toGov
Gov Go HugHcs HugHcsIt Hugn HugnI fuglleaIt
It I t Is I taken for tainted ItI here that the theSenate theSenate thiSenate
Senate Republicans R publleml at their caucus to tonght tonght tonglt
nght will name as their spokesman wn Sena Senator Senator Sen Sentor ¬
tor Harvey D Hteman or some 4tber 4tber8oator otberSenator ther therSenator
Senator who is recognized rec laed as a supporter supporterof upporterof
of the State administration admb stlatJon Tint Federal Federalgroup l Feder Federgroup ederlt ederltgroup
group prefer that Mr Hinman shall be benamed beJlamed beriame
named riame although its members admit that thattn thatto thatto
to save their faces fac the State senators senatorsmight senatorsmight ton tonmight
might make overtures to select selc some someother someuther someether
other friend of the governor However Ho1rever1t
It is the expectation that Mr Hinman Hinmanwill HinmanViII Hinmanvi1I
will be selected FPleded and when hen this has been beendone beendone beendone
done Republicans Re ubIieanl believe that a long step stepforward stepforward stepforward
forward will have ha been taken In the di direction direction dlrertlon ¬
rection of rehabilitating the party partyAttitude partyAttltmle partyAttltud0
Attitude of Woodruff WoodruffThere WoodruffThere Vootlr1ItfThere
There is a good deml of speculation here herea
a to just what attitude Timothy L LWoodruff LWoodruft LWoodruff
Woodruff will assume toward the plan of ofreorganisation ofreorganlzatlon ofreorganization
reorganization An n intimate friend of o the theState tbeState tb tbState
State chairman said yesterday that his hisinformation hi hiInformation htsinformation
information was that Mr Ir Woodruff 004ru < would woulddie woulddie woulddio
die in the ditch before he would ac acquieMe acQul ccqutesee
quieMe Qul e in the proposal that he should shouldvacate shouldcate shouldVacate
vacate cate his place at the bead of the state stateorganization stateorGJ stateorantzVlon
organization orGJ Z tion Other members of the New NewYork NewYo NewYork
York Yo k delegation do not I ot look for deter determined determined determined ¬
mined opposition opposition by byMr Mr Woodruft Thy ThyBay Tb TbBay Theysay
Bay that he will yield to the wish of o the themajority themajority themajority
majority that there ther shall hall be a new deal dealall dealAI
all 141 alone the line in the State It ia iaknown 1sknown Isknown
known that within the past twentyfour twentyfourhours twentytourhours twentyfourhours
hours Mr Woodruff has advised Wash Washington Waahlngton VMb1ngton ¬
ington friends that h he will stand his
ground It Is recalled however that thatwhen tbatWhfn thatWhen
when a L candidate for the Senate to suc succeed succeed sueced ¬
ceed Thomag C Piatt Piatt Mr Woodruff al almost 1mo ciThot ¬
most mo up to the last la moment insisted that thathe thathe thatle
he had enough votes to win He fell Into Intoline tDtoline intoline
line for Hughes at Saratoga immediately immediatelyafter immediatelyafter Immediatelyafter
after an announcement that he would wouldEtard wouldstaJd wouldatand
Etard out against him to the end en So it itis ItIs ItIs
is the expectation U Ectatlon here that Mr Wood Woodruff Woodrutt Woodruff ¬
ruff win soon come co e out with withdeiIar1n a statement ement ementplarlnl
declaring deiIar1n < plarlnl that he has decided to give up
the State chairmanship chairmanshipRoot chairman chairmanReot chairmaaishlpRoot
Root to Retire WoodruffSome WoodruffSome Woodruff VootlrntrSome
Some people h br r take the position that thatit tbatit thaiIt
it will nut be ftecea necessary al for Mr Woodruff Woodruffto
to vacate before betar tIM Statft Stat convention conventionThe convectionThe
The Root plan of reorganisation reorliaJ1 IIlUOI it is un understood understood undoratood ¬
derstood contemplates the retirement of ofMr orMr ofMr
Mr Woolruff long Jon < before the party meets meetsto meetsto meetsto
to nominate a State ticket ticketTho ticketTba ticketThe
The hope is expressed exp by Republicans RepulfUoanIn
In Washington that Mr Woodruff will willoercom wHlo willocereom
oercom o ercomc th t tic M prejudice he expressed reccntly 18ently re yecnt1y
ccntly < ently against agan t a career in n the diplomatic dtpl diplomaticservice rnUc rnUcBenice
service of the United States StatesWiHiojii Stat StatWIJ1tfun StatesWINtain
WiHiojii Loeb Jr collector of customs customsat cu toma toma8t
at New York is tn Washington He H ia iahere 18ere ishere
here ere primarily ri ri1y on o Official business Mr MrLoeb MrIoeb MrLoob
Loeb appeared aped before fn the Committee on
WHY SALVES FAIL FISLTO FAILTO FAILTO
TO CURE OTRESince ECZEMA ECZEMASince
Since th the oldfashioned theory of curing CW1 curln f
ecxema through t Irollgh the blood has been be given <
up by Kientlsts many different salvef aaJ f
have been tried for skin diseases dt But it
has ha been toun1 that th thse se salves only unl
clog Iog the pores and cannot nnot penetrate > to
the > inner skin below the theepldrmls epidermis where
th tb > ecsema ec ma germs ger are lodged lodgedThl8ti lodgedThisthe
Thi Thl8ti the quality of penetrating pn pntrat1ngp trattnSptl trattnSptlably piolv piolvabiy oh ohably
ably explains the tfemendous gucce SUtCe suc iJ of
the onr only etandard
liquid eczema cure cureoil eureoil cureoil
oil of wtnterg wintergreen rven thymol srlvterine ke kefl5 c cas
as compounded in DD D D 1 I n Prescription
After ton years of cure ure after cure we weourselves weourselves weourselies
ourselves do not hesitate hes tat to recommend
D D D Prescription at JlCO a bottle
But for the benefit of tise who have
never H er trltd the preseriition WA w f arranged arrangedwith alTan arrangedwith ed edwith
with the D I D H rt T laboratories of Chi Chicago Cbicago Cliicago ¬
cago for a specml s 1 large 181 e trial bottle at
25 cents on c a spec ipelbl ial offer now This Thl first
2 > cent ent b bttj tt1 oiiKnt U pt to convince < OJ1vnc fry suf ¬
ferer f rfl pfrhapg Pf hap9 it wfll m affect a complete tomtete
cure a as it f la In II
o n < jm in case at any an
rate rnt it will WI surely t tike kp away t tt tat < ifci ift
at once onceHenry i iH I IHenry
H Henry nry Evans Ji vanJ Ifttf lt F stre stresn atreeft1jwent thwest1
sn an1 i Peoples POOP1C I Trig > ns Co 7tb 7t Itcjctts 1
cli cjctts tts avenue northwst northW t ti tc tIMusaJ
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Ways and Means yesterday yester ay to urge fa favorable ra ravorable tavorable ¬
vorable action on the Fasaett Fa bill provid providing providIng providlag ¬
ing that customs brokers shall be 11 licensed 11I 11eensed ¬
censed After Att r the hearing < he proceeded proceededto
I to the House wing of the Capitol where wherehe wh whbe wherebe
be had a long loa talk with New York Repub Republicans RepunIIcaal Republicasis ¬
licans Mr Loeb was wa not inclined to dis discuss die dieeo dlicuss ¬
cuss eo polities H Be intimated that the pres present prreorpnbratiOD preeout ¬
out reorganisation would be conducted QO in ina Ina ina
a thorough manner Mr r Loch L eb is a guest guestof t tof
of Representattve Yo Faasett casett Ha H expects to toreturn toret1lrJt Isriturn I
return to New York tonight tonightVETEBANS tonightVETERtANS tonightVTERtANS
VETEBANS TO GET TENTS TENTSIIOUKe TENTSIIoutce
IIOUKe Pusses Hill Ileyburn 9bjocteil 9bjocteilio hJochHIto hjoctt1 hjoctt1to I
to in the Sojmte SojmteThe SupnteThe Sunnte SunnteThe
The bill authorizing the the use of govern government government guvernment ¬
ment tnt tenca t nts by tile veterans who will at attend attend attend ¬
tend the Confederate COft te reunion at Mobile MobileAla MobileAla ObIk ObIkAlL
Ala on April M 27 7 and 28 was Wu passed passedby edby ilSedby
by the House yesterday yesterdayThis 7 Y Ylbls
This wns w the measure that prompted promptedSenator promptedSeator I
Senator Bertram of Idaho Itaho to make mck bee bissonaatfoaal htauoDal beeseisstloiial I
sonaatfoaal speech In the sate some somedays somedays
days 4 ago when wbe n be opposed the bill on onthe ontH orthe
the ground uac1 that government equipment equipmentshould equipmentIlbouJtf equ1pmonshould
IlbouJtf should not lbe b be turned over to men who whofought whotoucht whifought
fought against apI the Union in the theMr oVs oVsMr WsMr
Mr Heyburn was tIM only Senator who whovoted whovoted
voted against the bill in the Senate It Itwas Itwas j jwas I
was passed by th the House without oppo opposition opposition eppoaitlon ¬
sition sitionAPPOINTMENT sitionAPPOINTMENT aitlonAPPOINTMENTIS
APPOINTMENT IS CRITICISED CRITICISEDBaltimore GRITICISEDBaltimore
Baltimore Business Men Mens MensProtesi Protest ProtestAgainst ProtestAp ProtesiAiitst I
Against Jt Stones Renomination RenominationPresident ReJlominationTaft RenominationLiesIdnt
President Taft wa Wq criticised In no un uncertain UDeertaJa ¬
certain terms In a a petition presented esenlid at atthe atthe a athe t
the White Howe and aa atatf ale flied Ied in tn tnSenate tbe tbeI thSenate
I Senate yostoriay y by Thomas Tho J Went W6atworth j jworth
worth worth secretary etuy of Use aua Business Meai MeaiAssociation Mea MeaI MeniVssoclatIoIt I
I VssoclatIoIt Association of Baltimore BaIUmOre which akh is 1 pro protesting protes proteSting
tes testing strongly against Mr Tafts ac action ac action ¬
tion in renorainating William F Stone Stoneas Stonecollector Stonias I
as collector of the port of Baltimore BaltimoreThe BaJtuaoren BaltimoreTb
Tb The nomination WM sent to the Senate Senateby Senateby Seitiby
by President dent Taft Tuesday The petition petitionleft petitionleft I Ileft
left at the White House Hou yesterday says saysthe n nth6 I Ith
the th President took this step after he hehad behad hi hihad
had promised to listen to a delegation of ofBaltunoreans otBaltimoreans a C CBaltimoreans
Baltimoreans on March 12 which In Intended Intendt Intended ¬
tended to urge ur the appointment appointment of Isaac IsaacH IsaAcH lanaiH
H Scates At the White W ito House it was wassaid WaBII r rsaid
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said last night that tho President Preld e t sUll sUllexpects sUllexpects I Iexpects i
expects to ee ee a delegation on March 3 12 12It 1I 12It
I It was declared also that Mr Stone who whois whoria whiIs
ria is sergeantatanns of the RepubMcan RepabcanI RepubMcanNational C CNational
I National Committee has the best sort sortof rtot icr t tof
of Indorsements from business bu ln688 men of ofBaltimore ofBaltimore a t tBaltimore
Baltimore There have until yesterday yesterdaybeen yuteaybees I Ibeen
been no complaints against hImThe himThO Him HimThe
The President it was said will wll not notanswer notanawer no t taniwer
answer the criticisms of the Balti Baltimora BaJUmo Baitimorcaci
mora mo morcaci s At the lb Treasury Department Departmentit
it was made known that there have been beenso beenso
so far no charges cbiug flied against Stone StoneThere Stone StoneThere StoneThere
There have been many letters of recom recommendation recomJft recoinmndt1on ¬
mendation Jft ndatJon but none of censure censureThe cerururen censorsThi
The n petition avers that Stone has ar arbitrarily 8rbUuy arbitrarily ¬
bitrarily and despotically de used his office officeto oftlceto olflosto
to build up a political machine aura that
he has violated the civil service rules ruJSworn rulesSworn
Sworn testimony in our possession possessionsays JOIIIeatQDan posseeskinsty
says sty the petition bows that men have Avelot haveloot
lost all their money In playing cards oariand cardsand
and that two men m WON driven to suicide suicidethleup suicidethrough
through their losses and subsequent ruin ruinthat ruinthat ruinthat
that one man lost e > in one nights nightsgame nhts nhtsme nightsgame
game that card sharps and cold decks deckswere decbwere deckswere
were used to fleece and rob robAccompanying robAocompanylug robAccompanying
Accompanying the petition were sev several 5evoral
aral documents purporting purpor o < to prove that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Union League Republican Club was wasa wuplaoe wasa
a a place for gambling and that Stone Stoneshared StoneshRtd Stoneshored
shared in winnings winningsCAUCUS wtnnlnpOAUOUS wthnlngnCAUCUS
CAUCUS MAY BE DEADLOCKED DEADLOCKEDHoots DBADLOQKEDRoots DPJADLOOKEDRoots
Roots Telegram Not ot Enough to toIPorce toforcc toIPorce
IPorce Hlnmans Ulninit Selection SelectionAlbn SelectIonAlbany
Albany Albn N Y March 1 tI LXndicatlons LXndicatlonstonight Indications Icat1olUl Icat1olUltonllbt
tonight were that there would be no nochoice ft9 ft9choice nochoice
choice in the Republican caucus tomor tomorrow tomorrow tornorrow ¬
row night for the office of temporary temporarypresident 8J7 8J7preeJdent
president of the State Sta senate to succeed succeedSenator auaoeeclSenator suoceodSenator
Senator AJid AUdi At least this wu the thee theexpectation th thexpectation
e expectation taUO of tile HtanumDavis JlnmanDavtator sena senators ssitori ¬
tors tor The adherents of Senator Cobb Cobbboever
hoWever declared that he would have bavetht havethe
I Right the votes to nominate him tomorrow tomorrownieht tomorrowRight tomorrownight
The Cobb people declared that if Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator George e A Davis of Brie Erie retired retiredfrom retiredTom retiredfrom
from the th nght ght ht Cobb would got as many manyof manyof manyof
of the Davis votes ft ac Hinman would wouldoutside wouldouulde wouldOutside
outside of the eight Insurgent ln t senators senatorsand enatorsand ora oraand
and that the strength Cobb would wo d get getfrom et etfrom t ttrom
from Davis would more than offset his hisloss hlaloss 11 11loss
loss due to the Root telegram telegramSo tel telegramSo sram sramSa
So far as the antiCobb people were wereconcerned wereconCerned wereconcerned
concerned tonight their hard task taskstetned taskMemed taskocemed
stetned to be to iron 1r n out the Davis skies situation sJtuatlon skiestion ¬
tion in favor or Hiiunan They admitted admittedfrankly admittedI adqItte1frankly
I frankly that they would have a hard hardtime hardI hardtime
I time getting a majority JaaIorlt of ortlte tWo Republi Republican Republican Repuhilcan ¬
can senators to support Hinman ind indthey and andthey 00
I they took the trouble tonight to make makeft
ft plain that the Hughes or Insurgent InsurgentBcnators In Ineurgentsenators urgent urgenthad
senators had not yet abandoned Davis Davisfor DaviafOr DavisOr
for Or Hinman HinmanThis HinmanI FlinnianTh1
I This Th1 attitude attlt Je on their part tn was for the thePUlPOb thepunpoac
i purpose of preventing pr venttnc the disintegration disintegrationof I
j of the > Davis forces until it was certain ceLainthat
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that the Davis strength could be switched switchedto 1
I to Hinman It was for this reason that thatthe
I th the > HiumanDavis coterie < of canator canatorton pnatorannllJnN enatoraznnound
annllJnN znnound ton tn tinght l ht tlat they the wo would uM bold bolda
a eoiuei cjnfer Cili CiiCo ict Ct to totnorrow morrow afternoon Isime Isimedialely f lIunediately l ldialely
dialely upon the adjournment of the tIleI
I AIMs trial
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No H I1OI4OR R FOR > PEliit PEliitROTISA PEAfIIHoiisn
House Committee Votes to toPostpone toPostpone toPostpone
Postpone All Action ActionINSISTS ActionmSISTS ActionINSISTS
INSISTS UPON UFON SEEING SEEING DATA DATElIl1oop DATAMacoh
lIl1oop Macon Issues Islln Statement Stacmp ltt Sa Sntlng liisr lie lieI llerSltatlcl Her
I rSltatlcl r Skeptical A Alton out t Explorer Ever EverHaving Eh EverUaIii r rh
Having h g llenqliertPoleTrlic nca Reached l1cclPOI POler1te Iic Cite Olteu Dr DrCooks DrCooka
Cooks CO Ws Statements St tAmeitt to Support Him HimQuestions lUmQuestion TRimQuestions
Questions Travel Figures FiguresBy FIguresBy FiguresBy
By an almost unanimous vote the t e sub subcommittee subCCf1llmtttH subodninItte ¬
committee of the House ComiftlttQe Coml tttee on onJtovad onNlval ontval
Jtovad Affairs AftaIr ftalrs Which baa been considering consideringtht consideringth
tht t th btlis proposing to reward Civil Engi Engineer Englnr Engina ¬
na neer r Peary for hla discovery of the pole poledecided polei1 poledecided
decided i1 lded yesterday ye tertlay to po postpone tponc all action actionuntil act1onuntil actionuntil
until Mr Peary submits his original rep record rec record repordi ¬
ord ordi and proof to Congress for public publicscrutiny publictln publicscrutiny
scrutiny scrutinyThe scrutinyrho tln tlnThe
The resolution to this effect which was wasadopted was wasadopted wasadopted
adopted by the th subcommittee was oftorod oftorodby oltoradby offorodby
by Representative Bates of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniawho PennsylvanIawlJo Pennsylvaniawho
who has heretofore been considered a asupporter a asupporter asupporter
supporter of the explorer expl rer Representa Representatives Ropresentnt1Tag RopresentaLives ¬
Lives Butler of t Pennsylvania ln lvanla chairman chairmanof
of the subcommIttee Roberts of Massa Massachusetts MassaclnaaeUs Massathuotts ¬
chusetts Dawson of Iowa Macon of Ar Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas ¬
kansas ant Gregg of Texas voted to topostpone topostpone topostpone
postpone The only dissenter was Repro Representative ReproHDtatlvo Reprosentativo ¬
sentative Bnglebrigtat of Wisconsin who whostoutly whostoutly whostoutly
stoutly contended that t the subcommittee suboomralttaQhad lIuboommltteahad
had sufficient proof OB which to base baseaetkm basaactloft baseaction
action in recognition reOlJltl n of Mr Pearys Pearysaeblovcmant PaarysachhtTcmerit Poarysachievemezit
aeblovcmant However 1tfrEnglobrlght 1tfrEnglobrlghtdid Mr BnglabrJght BnglabrJghtdid
did not vote against the th adoption of the theresolution there8Olution theresolution
resolution resolutionMr re8OlutionMr resolutionMr
Mr Macon issued a Ions statement on anthe onthe
the subject He has been in polities since stneanumhood fiteemala
mala numhood o and prior to coining to Wash Washington WnshInstoa ¬
ington his lit farthest rthest north was WI the sunk sunklands ilunkInd enk
lands region oftof of Arkansas ArkansasCItos ArkDIUCIton
Cites Dr Cook CoolcIn CookIn
In opposing the the reward Mils Mr Macon Maconattempted MaconIttemted
attempted to discredit dl red1t Mr Pearys claim claimand claimaDd
and cited statements of Dr Cook in sup support supOrt support ¬
port of hla position positionI Uoft
001 I think that all legislation by Con Congress ConPHI Consaid ¬
PHI said Mr Macon In his statement statementought state umt umtoopt
ought to be open and above board and andthat andthat andthat
that the people ought to be folly advised advisedof advisedof
of every detail and fact upon up n which the theRepresentatives theRepreeentaUve
Representatives predicate predlca their thi r overy act actI actI
I confess eonf that I am exceedingly ex n8b skeptical skepticalabout skepticalabout skepticalabout
about Mr Peary ever having discovered discoveredthe dlleOverldthe discoveredthe
the pole and I am going om to protest protestagainst pretestagIn st stany
against agIn any honor being conferred l upon uponhim uponbIm uponhInt
him by Congress until he astabltehas e be beyond beODd ¬
yond a reasonable doubt that he did die diecover dloover
cover it It and it mast t be established tbIJu l in inthe InU Inthe
the open and not In the dark darkOne darkOne rk rkOne
One One of the points to towhlek which I desire desireto desireto
to call your attention specifically apec14 llY ia the thaspeed tIIaIJeeJ thespeed
speed of travel claimed by Pay from fromthe tremthe fromthe
the very day that Capt Bartlett loft him himuntil hhftDattl himuntil
until he e returned SO the lb same ouap ouapagain a mpaDd ossapgI
again gI and thence on to Cape Columbia Cotmbhlaftd Columbiaand Columbiaand
and especially e to the speed he claim claimto cltUmto elSimsto
to have ave made from the Ume be left Cent CentBartlett CtJpt CtJptBartlett C CBartlett
Bartlett until he again again returned to the OMIsame theme
same me spot pot when he was u traveling tnlVeUD over overunknown 01Wunknown oerunknown
unknown sea seas with his negro valet and andJBskirao 8ndo andSkIiflO
JBskirao SkIiflO o companions companionsIn
In his travels from from rom Cape Colombia to tothe tothe tothe
the point where Capt CaptBartlett Bartlett left Mm Mmand Wmami 1Mmand
and returned he traveled thirtyone U daj dajand 1 1made da damade
and made 281 l miles or an average avera or of 9 9utRes 9 9per I Isnes
utRes snes per day This Thu was not as a good ah ahaverifcgo anav an anaverage
average av of miles MU of travel as mad ma 6 by Dr DrCook DrCook DrCook
Cook 111 iLl > in the same s mo latitude Jadtudell JadtudellIncreallWi istitudsaIncreases latitudeIncreases
Increases Slncnlur SlncnlurTne Slnln1urTIM
TIM astonishing part of Mr Pearys Pearysstatement Pe PeczyrStatement rys rysIItatemeat I
statement IItatemeat Is 1a however howev the Lb numbe number Mer ojC ojCmiles QJmiles ol olmiles
miles he says ya he traveled every day ay after afterBartlett altlJrDanJett altarBartlett
Bartlett had left him WID when no white mn mnwas IMnwu mciiwas
was with him as witness hb his > only on com companion comlaDlen cornanIon ¬
anIon being n his valet t of twenty years yearsservice yearsMrvlee yearsservice
service and four INririmofl k1moa and his great greatest greateat greatmarches ¬
est marches singularly were all north northof northof
of the Bfxtlett t camp From that time timeforward Umeforward timeforward
forward going to the pole and returning ret1r lnr to toCape toCape IsOape
Cape Columbia CoIumbiaH Mi wiles uMlesh fee claims to have havemade haTemade liavimade
made an average of twentysix lx miles per perday perday perday
day or to be accurate 24 par day dn for torlh forfive
lh five days until he reached the pole 032 ISmU 131 131miles
miles mU and 41 miles per day from the pole pOlehack polehick
back to Bartlett camp 1J 1S2 miles three threedays threeda7B threedays
days and 944 4S for 1 Si sixteen days from the thepole Uteole thepole
pole back to Cape Columbia 418 miles milesthe mUesthe mIlesthe
the latter being betn almost three times as asgreat ascreat cagreat
great an average as a be made with his hiesupporting hliJaup hissupporting
supporting aup Orting party The greatest increase increasesingularly Increasesingularly
singularly commences on the very day
they left and practically ends on identically IdonUocaHy identi Idontically ¬
cally the same spot
QLMSTED BILL HEARD EEAEDDemocrats HEARDDO hEARDDemoerct
DO Democrats toeratoJ Tense Tcn e Opponents About AboutPromise AboutPromlsc AboutPvende
Promise Made Porto RicnnConsideration RlcanCcn18lderat1 Ricans RicansConIderotIoa
Consideration of the new Olmsted bill billfor l1UJor billfor
for the government of Porto Rico gave gavethe gavethe ve vethe
the Democratic mocratle members of the House
j Committee on Insular AfflUrs a chance to totease toteu totease
tease teu their Republican colleagues a bit bitWhen bitWhen bit bitWbn
i When the section relating to citizenship citizenshipwas
j was wa reached the minority members sug suggested suggeated suggested ¬
i gested that the cltJaentalng cltlaenuUn of the Porto PortoRicans PortoRicans PortoBicane
Ricans as Individuate was not > otln In accord accordwith acoordwith r rwith
with the last
Republican national
con convention conve convitition ¬
vention ve tfOn platform which asserted we be ¬
line the native inhabitants of o Porto PortoRico PortoRico
1 Rico should be h at once collectively made madecittaens madecitimna
cittaens of the United States States and that all allothers 3Uoth allothers
others oth properly qualified under existing
laws residing re Jdl g In said saJ island should have havethe havethe havethe
the privilege privi for becoming naturalized
The citizenship feature was y not disposed disposedof d posed posedof
of
REOPENS SUTTON CASE CASEJoint CASEJOIKt CASEJoIst
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j Joint Resolution Re8 RO1tI luU n Provides ProTt < tea for Yew IVeTVIiianiry NcuIJuJnlry Yewlnniulry
Iiianiry on Officers DeathSenator DcntbSenawr Death DentinSenator
Senator Chamberlain of Oregon yes ¬
j terday introduced a resolution In the
Senate authorizing the
appointment of a aJoint 3Jobtt aJoht
Joint committee of throe Senator and andthree andthree andthree
three Representatives Repre eqtattai to 0 conduct an in investigation InvNtt invedgatlon ¬
j vestigation vNtt tlon into the causes cau es of the death deathof deathor deathof
j of Lleut Janses Jan N Sutton United States StatesMarine StatesMarine StatesMarine
Marine Corps who lost lo t
his lift In an anaffray unatrray anaffray
affray in the Naval Academy grounds grounds1 groundsatAnnapolis at atAnnapolis
Annapolis over ov r a year ago agoThe agorho 0 0The
The resolution carries an anap appropriation appropriationof roJtlatfon roJtlatfonof
of 25j00 600 The matter was referred to the theCoramttee theComlllttee theuninttee
Coramttee uninttee on Naval Affairs of the Sea Senate S Seaate n nate ¬
ate The measure was also aJ o introduced In Intoe Inthe Inthe
the House
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PLAN TO WIDEN WIDR GAS INQUIRY INQOIitfHouse INQUIRYHouse 1NUIRY 1NUIRYhouse
House Seeks to Join in Senate SenateI l lvestigation Ihvestigation
vestigation Under Way WayDistrict WayDistrict VayDbtrlct
District Committee Acts on Various VariousMeasures VariousMeasures arlOUIIIQurea
Measures After Dlacn DL1ccunlnl DL1ccunlnlGary DlacusslngGary lnff lnffGary
Gary Dill DillIf DIUh BillIt
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I It a movf tnQ made yesterday by t the e iBoU House HouseDistrict RoUseDistrict e eDlstrtct
District Committee i Is fruitful of results resultsthe rulttbelCOpe resultsh
the tbelCOpe t h scope of the proposed Senate lnve Inv lnvOitt lnvOittallon fltt flttgatlo tf tfgution
gution g allon of the Wwhtogton Gaslight Corn Oomp QomJIUI7 Cornony
p JIUI7 ony ny will be oonsiderab COMI4 r bro brO 115OSdOMOd d ftRed afl Tbe TbeHous TbeHouse Theiouse
Hous House E District Committed decided to eon eonfar eontor 000ox
Ef
far f ox with the SeDAte Committee on his District Dtstrlct hisrict ¬
trict t rict Corporations Chairman Smith being beingselected beingseleottd beingeloetod
selected s to wait tt on the Senate committee committeeand commltteoand oommttt oommtttnd
and a nd make such a proposal propo aJ and if the theSonata thoS theenate
Sonata S 1lflta committee aeeedea Chairman Irman smith smithwill smithw Smithwill
will w t name jive members to aid the Sena Senators Senators Seemorn ¬
tors t orn from his committee committeeThts coJlUllitteeThis coenmitiaeThIs
This action was taken during the course courseof ceu o oof
of o f the consideration of Representative RepresentativeGarys ReprntatIvoGRrrs RepresentativeGerm I
Germ bill providing for Woent gas in inthis litthis liihis
this t his District In view of the Senate in inquiry Inquiry n nuiry ¬
quiry q uiry it was deemed unwise by the House Housecommittee HoWIecommittee I Iommittee
committee c to proceed with the Gary bill billhearings bOthearlnga I Ihearings
hearings at yesterdays y te session sessionThe sonThe sessionThe
The committee authorised favorable TOports re reports yeports ¬
ports on tile following bills billsTo bUtTo billsTo
To ooable We the telepoet company to con oonstroet constrUet contZflet
stroet s its plant and transact business bmIn in intha Int I Ihe
tha t t he e District and to make necessary con conneettoos connec connectioiiii
neettoos nec ou with other parts of Its system systemTo qatemTo systemTo
To require r WRail all telegraph companies oom in intha mthe I Ithe
the Dtetrtet of Columbia to pay a 4 4cent per percent P Pcent
cent tax per annum on their gross re receipts re reaeIpta recptL ¬
ceipts ceiptsAutborhOax aeIptautboriatug cptLAutberlatng
AutborhOax the extension ton of Princeton PrincetonItoca PrlneetOllIMe I Iplace
place northwest from Georgia 010 avenue ana to toUia tothe tc I Itho
the Rock Creek Church road northwest northwestwith JaOrthweetwiUt northwestwiLt
with a width of not less than sixty feet feetTo feetTo feetTo
To authorise the extension of Tan TanBores VuBuna I IBuyer
Bores street northwest from its present pretanteaotem preHDteutent t teaatorc
eaotem terminus west of Fifth street to topresent topreeetlt U C Cproust
present western terminus t nulnua east of Third Thirdstreet Tb1rdnorth I IStreet
street north with a a width of ol111aet7 Ninety feet feetTo ttTo fastTo
To authorize AU the extension of Under UnderyvooA Underod
yvooA 804 od street northwest from its present presentwestern et etVffiIna I Iwestern
western terminus east of Piney Branch Branchvead BranchfDJWt I Ivet
vead vet to uP1ne7 Ptney Brands rod with a width widthThe wtdthc L Lot1nty
ot1nty c feet feetbe featThe
The following hula were tabled by bytJte bytJteeemat the theeonunittee thej1ttea
eonunittee eonunitteeProviding eemat j1ttea j1tteaProviding ee eeP1OIkIIDg
Providing for a superintendent of ofbotNUitgB a r rbuildings
buildings 1 1I and supplies under the board boardOf boardor I Iof
Of education ed hi the District DistrictTo DistrictTo
To prohibit kite flying < in the District DistrictAmandins rtatAmfMlOa DistrictAmending
Amending the local Iocalla laws with reference referenceto I Ito
to medical ka1 inspectors in the public publicsckoote publicels pubiliseboole
sckoote sckooteTo sebooleTo els elsTo
To htcrjQOje the license tax on Due Dueball basebail ba o obail
bail grounds la the District DistrictFor DIRrtctFer DistrictFor
For the purchase Ue of land for widening wideningPark wk11111DgPark wIdedn t tPark
Park road roadThe roadTbe roadThe
The bill authorizing a1Itho the closing of a apart aput i L Lpart
part of Fortyfirst street northweat was wasnot wunot a anot
not acted on by the the committee commStteeor as some someof ooo I Iof
of the members desired additional infor information information Infermation ¬
mation mationRAILWAY mationRAILWAY mationRMhVAY
RAILWAY BILL IN THE SENATE SENATErrade SEN TI I
Unfinished Business B JineSs After Be Being Being Being ¬
ing Read First Time
The administration railway bill pro provflllng provlUnS prov5llng
vflllng for the creation ere tJ4m of a a court of ofcommerce oCcommerce ofcommerce
commerce and amending the Hepburnrue Hepburnrate Hepburn Hepburnrate
rate law came up somewhat unexpect unexpectedly u lutexpecteilj pect pectediT ¬
ediT eilj in the Senate yesterday While WlWe the thecalendar thocnllnllar thecalendar
calendar was under consideration and andMite andbills andbills
bills were being disposed of at the rate rateof rateot rateof
of on one a minute the rate bill was reached reachedin reached reachedIn
in the regular rep order 0 of things Senators Senatorsdowned SentorlSI Senatorsdoenesd
I downed the oooaolon oo asloa opportune opp for the thefirst tbofirst thefirst
first reading of the bill and this formal formality formaJty orma ormaity ¬
ity was observed observedAfter oblenedAfter observedAfter
After the reading of tho bill which con consumed consumed consumoti ¬
sumed an hour It was made unfinished unfinishedbusiness unfinishedbuatnea unhininhodbusiness
business with the understanding that it itwttl itwttl Itwill
wttl not be 11 taken up for oonslderatlon oonslderatlonuntil ocmatdratJonuntil oonslderationuntil
until next Tuesday TuesdaySenator TueedaySenator TuesdaySenator
Senator Heyburn offered the bill creat creating crGtIng crostlag ¬
ing land courts as an amendment to tho thorailway thomflway therailway
railway bill billSenator blUSn billSenator
Senator Sn tor Cummins of Iowa who Is to tolead toJend tolend
lead the insurgent fight ght against the themeasure themeasure themeasure
measure expects to speak in opposition oppositionwhen oPposltloftwben oppositionwhen
when phe the he bill comes up TuesOay TUIH1fi Sena Senator SenatOr SenatOr ¬
tor Money oney the minority leader gave gavenotice svenotice gavenoUco
notice of a minority report reportThe reportThe reportThe
The House Committed on Interstate Interstateand Intetltatnnd Interstand
and Foreign Ownmerce C6mm rce Is playing ducks ducksand ducksHid ducksfl
and fl tI drakes with the bill After a lively livoiyexecutive Jtvol JtvoloxecuUv6 livelyexecutive
executive session yesterday morning the thecommittee thecommittee thecommjtte
committee commjtte adopted a motion to substi substitute 6ubstItute substltote ¬
tute the Interstate Commerce Commis Commission Commission Commisaba ¬
sion for the court of commerce c mmecce as the thotribunal th thtrlbu1 thetrlbujial
tribunal trlbu1 trlbujial 1 to receive petitions or applIes applications 8ppllcaUon applIestion ¬
tions Uon of railroads desiring deslrtn to acquire in interest Interest n ntarest ¬
terest In other roads roadsThe roadsThe readsTue
The motion In question was carried by bya byn bya
a vote ote of 9 to 7 two members of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee being absent Chairman ChairmanMann ChalrmtnMann ChairmanMann
Mann who all along has been beeI1opp0se4 beeI1opp0se4to opposed opposedto
to the th court C t1rt of commerce feature of the thebill thebll1 thebill
bill voted with the Democrats ts as did didRepresentative dkIRe dt dtRaresentaUve
Representative Re res ntaUVe Stevens of Minnesota
PASS CUSTOMSHOUSE BILL BILLThe BILLThe BILLThe
The bill requiring requir1ngcustQgshouse euetoitisnouse custoJlsb ulie brokers brokersto brokersto
to take out Federal lioftise which was wasIntroduced wa waIntroduced WaIntrOducOd <
Introduced by b Senator Sen tor Root Root of Now NowYorki NowYork NewYork
York passed I1luued the Senate yesterday The Theprovisions Theprovisions Theprovisions
provisions of the bill do not apply to any anyparson anyparson
parson transacting tron aeUng business bu fnea In regard rd to tohis tohis
his own Importations ImportationsSenator ImportationsSenator ImportationsSenator
Senator Root explained pla1ned that by requir requiring requiring requirIng ¬
ing brokers to aXe out licenses lIce ses protec protection protecUon proteclion ¬
lion would be afforded Innocent citizens citizenswho citizenswho citizenswh
who wh ar are often victimised by b rascals rascalsFor rascalsFor SPor
For Submarine Submarh e Signals SlgrnnlsThe SJgnnlsThe SignalsThe
The establishment of t submarine signal signalstations signali signaistations
i stations along the coasts of the United UnitedStates UnitedSt3f UnitedStatts
States St3f s at such points as a the lighthouse lighthouseboard lighthouseboard I Iboard
board may consider desirable de desirable lriblEy is provided providedfor provIdedfor provideafor
for in a bill that passed the Senate yes yesterday yest yesterday ¬
terday t day The measure carries ac appro appropriation approprIation approprlation ¬
priation of o1001JOO 100000
pssMLpthGs p SSEmLD INGs BILL BILLNev xt xtNow
Now Department Homes on onPennsylvania onjJel1usyJvania
Pennsylvania Avenue AvenueSBflATOBS A AvenueSE1ATORS venne venneArORS
SBflATOBS ArORS VOTE FOR MEASURE MEAST7EESicott
i Sicott i5 < oU Plan Advance 0 11 ii Step Toward TowardFninilmcut IowartFulftJlmcntWtll TowardFaInhinicntwll I
Fninilmcut FulftJlmcntWtll Will Pass iiip ih lie house lloncSenator lIon houseSenator c cScnator
Senator CanNtIc OrluftU About Itented IlentedQuarters ItentedQunrter ItentedQunrtira1Vnnta
Quarters Qunrtira1Vnnta Want nnt IJHHlncss 3IethodJUourne 1lcthodIJDournc MethodS
JUourne ou oh Commission aOl 1Jui8Slol1 Approved ApprovedTfce AIJprOotlbe ApprovedThe
The be Senate yeittrday ye terdav nnftwln l1nlUtlm0 unanimously i 11 ly pass passd IJMd PU PUd
d the Scott SQ lt bill to erect ettber one or ortlirgo orthr
1111 tlirgo thr e Indldfofs for the departments of ofjitato oftato oftItte
jitato tato JBsflee Juett and Commerce and nd Labor LaborOn Laborn LaborOn
On n t die tii s blOCk bl ck bounded by Pwmsylvaoia Pwmsylvaoiaavenue Iealuylvanlaavnu PenIeiylvaniaavenus
avenue avenus the Mall awl Fourteenth and andFifteenth andFifteenth andFifteenth
Fifteenth streets streetsThe atreetaTho streetsrho
The measure carrier an appropriation appropriationoC
oC ao much of J324ie000 2OSOO0o as 5 may b M nec necsary uecw uecwsary necosnary
sary available aa needed neededTht neededThe
The bill will pass the be House Ho and will willbo willbe 111 111be
be signed by the President Senator Scott Scottsaid ScottHid ScottSaid
said last night nl ht so that tb t plans for tbe con construction DOnstruoHon constiuotion ¬
struction of the new department homes homeswill homelwlU homeswill
will be b put in work In the th near future futureSenator futureSonat futureSenator
Senator r Scott said that SOOD 011O or not notmore notmOre notmore
more mOre than 0000 60000 o the ltGOO 12000000 will be beneeded benooded beneeded
needed for the present and this small smallsum smallSUm smalleum
sum will be used for th the architects plans plansIt JIaaIt plansIt
It Is axpeoted expe ted that five years will elapse elapsebefore eJ4IItbtore elapsebefore
before the work Is completed completedRoot completedRoot completedRoot
Root KnoTF Icitows Conditions ComllilonSenators ConUUonSenators ConditionsSenators
Senators Root Roo Clay and Warren were wereamong wereamong woreamoug
among those who spoke m ta 1 favor of toM tbapassage toMpUsabe thispaSsage
passage of the bill In the Senate yester yesterday yter4ay yesterday
day Senator Scott asked tbd aid of ofSenator ofS6NULtor OfSenator
Senator Root 4rho he wag formerly rmerl Seers Secretary Seerslazy ¬
lazy of State and w well U qualified t tat fpeak fpeakaf 2eakOf
af the expense e of housing the dftpartment dftpartmentof cJepI eprtmSntOf t tof
of which ho wu at the head in rented rentedquarters rentAt4quarters rentedquarters
quarters Senator Root started to aid aidSenator aidSenator aidSenator
Senator Scott to have the bill passed 1NM8dIOIIg as aslong asbeg
long as during his h SecratarrsJifp SecratarrsJifpSenator SeclBtar1I1htPSenator SecretanypSenator
Senator Shivoly disdaimtns any oppo opposition oppoItUon oppoilLicit ¬
ilLicit to the bill asked a8kedtbat that it be ex explained explaiDed expinhead ¬
pinhead for his benefit Senator Scott Scottpointed ScottpolI Scottpointed
pointed ed out that It is very poor economy economyfor eeoDOJnytor economyfor
for the government to erect G V600 or GrpuWIc oriQ
869400 iQ public buildings 1 such as post postoffices postomce t toffices
offices offices in smaller town town of the country countrywhore coaauyw1lora omnirywhere
whore quarters can be secured to carry carryon earryon
on 0 the work tor 80 per year rent rent and andneglect aDdnes1tct andilOgieCt
neglect to build structures for great 8t de departments de department doirtiuenta ¬
partments such ac those of Commerce Commerceand COIIUIIerceand Commerceneed
and Labor Justice and State for whoso whosoannexes wbolealR8Xte whoseannexes
annexes alR8Xte bureaus burea 118 and mooches scattered scatteredaround seatteredarOUftd scatteredaround
around Washington WUh the government acnoeramentJ1OW is isnow ispaying
now paying pa DI out a heavy sum IB rent t be beoawa be beaJ beosise
oawa aJ the antiquated cJ quarters 4i < ln Ip which whichthey wblchth whichthey
they th 3r are now housed are not large enough enoughor enoughor
or modern enough for their use useBusiness uses UHIJDuslnwill usesBusiness
Business Methods Not Used UsedSenator UsctlSonator UsedSenator
Senator Scott last night remarked lI IMU1EecI re neuted In tnspeaking InlpMJdar inspeaking
speaking of his bill bt11 that it would be bewell bewell bewell
well if I tb the House passed the govern government fOYemJD governinmit ¬
JD ment at bosteMB methods commission bill billat biUat billat
at one 8D88 and the members l mb rs of the commis commission commlaalem commisaba ¬
aba were named and got down to work workThe workThe workThe
The way this tit governent IOYer nttralQCta transacts some someof Mmeof someof
of it lu business affairs Senator Scott Scottsaid Scotisaid
said 4 to ridiculous 1w considering eoulderln < these theseaffairs tb tbaaau theseaffairs
affairs In the light of modern business businessmethods bualneum businessmethods
methods m thods I have eonteaded all along that thatit thatIt thatIt
it is a ridiculous thing thth for the United UnitedStates UnitedItaUIe Unitedtats
States tats to rent r t building and offices in inWashington btWallhtact inWubengton
Washington n instead of building for its itsown Itahn Itsi
own i tiaes UIIIIiII as it t should I expect tbe bull businoas buaiI bullnose
I eMS method J elet et commJathm eo to oo cio pretty prettynearly pretty1I8IU17 prettynearly
nearly what Senator r Aldrich SId he could couldio eoaiCto
io in the fray Wa of otvtog saving money to the thegovernment tbeenuneat thegovernment
government enuneat and if Senator Source could coaldglv coeldEf couldgive
glv Ef give the time to It I should think he ltewotlld howould
I would be the sort or good badness buaia man manthat IlIaDthat manthat
that Is needed to head the commission commissionOUSTOMS COIIUIIJMIoILI commissionOUSTOMS
I OUSTOMS COURT NOMINATED KOHTNATEDR NOmATED NOmATEDi
i
R 31 Montgomery of Michigan to toBe toDe toBe
Be Chief of Tribune TribunePresident TrIbunePr TribunePresident
President Taft decided to s send ad to the theSaaaio theyeater theSenato
Saaaio again yesterday yeater ay the names of the thamembers thememlHn themembers
members of f the Judges of the new COB COBterns CuIItams Cu Cutais
terns Court a net he withdrew some time timeago nego timeago
ago agoThe go goThe
The only change in tho original list is isthe t ttke isthe
the substitution of the name of Robert RobertM Robertl RobertM
M l Montgomery of Michigan KD for fortJtat that of ofAlbert ofAJbelt ofUbart
Albert R a Coxe of New York York as chief chiefjoaU chIetjutJtw chiefJusthe
jutJtw Justhe joaU o The other members members of the court courtwill courtYo1It courtwill
will be as follows followsMarion followsMarton fo1iouMarion
Marion M Da triee tien of California O OM OM 0M
M Barber of Vermont William H 11 Hunt Huntof Hunt Huntof Huntof
of Montana and James F Smith Smith of Call California CaUfONli8 Callfornift ¬
fornia
ALASKAN BILL ANALYZED ANALYZEDProposes ANALYZEDPropose ANALYZEDProposed
Proposes I Legislative Council aright arightAbolish MightAbolish rtghtA
Abolish A bolbh 100acrc Tracts TrnotaA
A rather warm debate de was prectpltetod prectpltetodbefore PeolP1ttOdbefore tated tatedbetoro
before the House Committee on Terri Territories Territories Terntories ¬
tories yesterday when Albert Flock Pf ek an anattorney anattorney anattorney
attorney of Nome Alaska said that if ifthe Itthe Ifthe
the bill to create a a legislative council for forAlaska forAlaska forAlaska
Alaska became a law 18 the first act of the tbecouncil thecouncil thecouncil
council In all probability would be to toabolish toabolIsh toabolIsh
abolish the ISOacre tracts tr cts After Aft a lively livelyInterchange JlvelyInterchange livelyInterchange
Interchange of opinions It seemed to be betho betho bethe
tho view oiew of the committee that only onlyCongress emI emICongreea onlyCongress
Congress had the right to Jeglslate con concerning concerning concorning ¬
cerning those e tracts Delegate Wicker Wickersham WIckersham Wickersham
sham of Alaska said he was not in infavor infavor Infavor
favor of too much power being vested in inthe inthe Inthe
the council council as it might mJ ht result In carpet carpetbaggors carpetbaggers carpetbaggers
baggers becoming millionaires millionairesIf
If If it Is assumed that the President Presidentwill Proskientwill Presidentwill
will appoint men who will yield yJo1dto to cor corrupt COrrupt cotrupt ¬
rupt Influences Mr Finale rejoined rejoinedthat rejoInedthat rejoinedthat
that might be the case caseMr caseIr caseMr
Mr Ir Wlckerahain explained that he had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not intended any an unpleasant Insinuations InsinuationsMONUMENTS InsinuationsMONUMENTS InsinuationsMONtflLENTS
MONUMENTS FOR SOLDIERS SOLDIEBSSenate SOLDIERSSennt SOLDIERSSenate
Senate Sennt Passes P JUI S Bill Hills Providing for forShields forSI1 forShields
Shields SI1 cIlls and Stark Shafts ShaftsThe ShaftsThe ShaftsThe
The Senate passed a bill yesterday au authorizing authoriztng anthorizing ¬
thorizing the erection of a monument mooumeat over overthe overthe Overthe
the grave gr ve of Brig Gen James Shields SbJ8I S in inSt InSt InSt
St St Marys Cemetery at Carrollton Mto MtoThe YoDh MoTh
The Dh Secretary S er 1ry of War Is authorized and anddiracted and anddlractec1 anddirected
directed to cause ca cauSe the monument to be baoracted beiloroo beerected
erected c1 at a cost not to exceed 3000Gen 3000 3000Gfen 3000Geit
iloroo Gen Shteldswag Sbt iWU a soldier in the Men Mexican Mexlean MenCan ¬
can wr and in the civil war He waa wa a amember Itmember amember
member Of the Semite Se thro three times each I
time from a separate gtat6 Stat t representing representingin
in turn Illinois Minnesota 1llnes t and Missouri MissouriHe MiSSourlHe MissouriHe
J He saw sawaervice service as a member of the house houseof hoUleor houseof
of representatives in the Illinois legisla legislature JeglslaI legislature ¬
ture tura and was a justice of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
I Court of Illinois He served one term as asCommissioner uI asCommissioner
I Commissioner of the United States Gen Genoral GenI Gsaoral
I oral Land Office Hi His grv gr grave ia I unmarked unmarkedbut uDmwkedbut unmarkedbut
I but tq tile State of Illinois authorised the theplacing thet theplacing
t I placing of a a statue of Gen Shields in inI InStatuary
I Statuary Hal at t the Capitol as orp on of ofI ofthe
I j the th represents representatives tivoe there of o Illinois IllinoisGen illinoisCeo
t Gen Shields also enjoyed > d th the notoriety uotorkt notoritvof
j i of having oncf O one challenged Abraham fin Lincoln LlnOln fincoin ¬
coin to a duel whldb whici 1 Lincoln acepted aceptedchoosing cept ceptchooalng eeptedchoosing
choosing broadswords but after the prin principals prtnct prlnc1icls ¬
cipals ct 818 repaired to an island id the Missis Mississippi MiBgslppf Misalsatppi ¬
sippi River which whh h wa w was to be the scene sceneof Hceneof sceneof
of the encounu r th the trouble was adjust adjusted n adjustea tju1t < ¬
ed 9 without bloodshed bloodshedTha 4 4rho
Tha Senate also passed a bill authoriz authorizing 8utbo 8utbolog authobig ¬
log a statue of Maj Gn n John Stark of ofRevolutionary ofReoluUonary ofRevolutionary j
Revolutionary fame fam which will be erected erectedat erectedat erectedat
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All the th t fiercest fier ficrcestwails wails you hear wails of discontent come from frommen frommen frommen
men who through the year ear seldom earn rn a cent c nt Go Wherever Whereverloafers wJ1ereverloafers whereverloafers
loafers rest I friendless and andalone alone alone and nd from every idle breast breaj there therewill therewill therewill
will rise rise a groan Of the woesneath w wcs esncatli neath which whi h they stand stanQJ th tiyl1 iyl1 ll giv givcatalogues give givecatalogUes glvtt glvttcatalogues <
catalogues they theywil will show you that the land tr travels velst tothe th dogs dogsThey dogsThey dogsThey
They will name a lot of laws that the t11CCOiuttry country countryuceds needs they will wail wailand wailaDd wailand
and wag their jaws till your bosom bosombl bleeds they will work their theirjaws theirjaws theirjaws
jaws and tongues to gucs beating all the baid bJul they will work their theirwilling thtirwilling theirwilling
willing lungs lungsbut but they ey rest their htds WI11dS Folks who in the good goodold goodold goodold
old way toil with all their might working Wor l1g out their stunts by day daygoing daygoing day daygoing
going home at night dont have time to wail and shriek oer our ourdownward ourdownward ourdownward
downward race r r cc c doat d nthaTe hare rnudi mu h deSire to seek seekany any wailing w iling place placeToiling placeToiling placeToiling
Toiling on as best they can on their little l ttI stage stae treating fairly fairlyevery fairlyevery fairlyevery
every man maIl earning all a 1 their wage salting down some hpnest h nest bones bonesfor bonesfor bonesfor
for the day of ofrainwltat rain rainwliat wliat to them are all the th groans why should shouldthey shouldthey shouldthey
they complain Theres a cure for all the ills which too long en endure endlre endare ¬
dare laws are merely merely mer l nostrum pills pillsVorks Works the safest cure cureOMnlRtsmivOeo curet cureby
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UPHOLDS THE OEANIG LAW LAWGallincer LA JAWCiulluntrer W WGalUnrcr
Gallincer Sa Say It Should Not Be Vio Violated YloIntetl 1o 1olateti ¬
lated Over Playgrounds PInysrroundstastoU Plny PlaygroundsInsisting rOtUld8 rOtUld8updft
Insisting tastoU s upon its amendment to the theDistrict theDllttrlct theDistrict
District appropriation bin providing 17 17for i iOM 17 17for
OM for the playgrounds on the halfunfl halfunflbalf baltimdhalt halfandhalf
halt basis to be used fer supervision saiporvlslonmalntenancB WP6rvlslonmaiD supervisionmaintecance
malntenancB maiD ftC and equipment the Senate Senateyesterday Senateater Senateesterdsy
yesterday ater y on motion of Senator Gal Gallinger Gal11n Gallinger
linger 11n recommitted the bill to its con canfereea confuees confaceS
faceS fuees and ancllt it te iBezpec igeipectid expected ec1 that the tangle tanglewhich tansJewbieh tanglewhich
which has aien arisen over th the lIght la the theHouse theRouae theHouse
House on the playgrounds item It will wflleventually riltnftt1J1ly willeventually
eventually be adjusted t4ld satisfactorily The TheSenate TheSenate TheSenate
Senate conferees are lU Senator QaRhiger QaRhigerSenator Galltq8iSenator GailtugerSenator
Senator Ethics and Senator Foster FosterSenator FosterSenator oster osterSenator
Senator OtJlinger objected ob to the rtoi rtoitkm visit 1101adon visitlion
don of the principle contained in the tbeHouse moHOWJe theHouse
House plan to grant the money to th thplaygrounds the th6playgrounds theplaygrounds
playgrounds provided the appropriation appropriationwa
wa was taken entirely enUrel from the District Districtrevenues Districtftenuu Districtrevenues
revenues revenuesUnder ftenuuruder revenuesUnder
Under our organic taw Senator Gal Oaillnger CJaJUnger Gallinger
linger said said aA an eq equal al division of this thismoney amoney th1 th1money
money should come from the Treasury Treasuryand lreUurycI fresauryand
and cI from the District During my long longservice longservJee longservice
service in the Senate there has been no noviolation noTiolatlon noviolation
violation of this principle principleThe prlndpieThe principleThe
The House conferees Messrs Gardner GardnerBurteoon GardnerBurlMon GardnerBunleson
Burteoon and Taylor yIor reaPPOInted by the theSpeaker theSpeaker theSpeaker
Speaker after atie the row in the House on onTuesdav onTOHday onTuesday
Tuesday over the elimination of the 517 17
000 for the playgrounds will tak6 the thomatter thematter thematter
matter up with U the Senate conferees in ina Ina ina
a a day or O two two and it was believed yes yesterday YMterday yeateeday ¬
terday that an amicable adjustment as asto asto asto
to how th the money shall be charged and andas andto anda
as a to whether It may be used for super supervision supervlJloD supervislos ¬
vision of the playgrounds meaning sal salaries alu1M salarias ¬
aries of o officiate will probably be arrived arrivedat arrivedat arrivedat
at in the near future in order not to tohold tohold tohold
hold up tho entire District Distrletappropria DistrletappropriaI appropria appropriations approprialions ¬
lions because of the tJ disagreement over overthis overthis overthis
I this one small item
ROOT OPPOSES PENSION BILL BIGLGives BILLGhctl BILLGives
Gives Xotlce Xotlcc oUcc lIe Will Speak AjminutCertain Ajminut 4gnlnatcerlnbi znlnlltCcrnJt
Certain CcrnJt Widows Won Drawing Cash CashDuring CashDuring CashDuring
During the consideration of an omni omnibus emnibus mnl mnlbus ¬
bus pension bill in the Senate yesterday yesterdaySenator JelJteldaySenator yesterdaySenator
Senator Hoot Hoot of New Yoriy Yor ge g1I gene e notice noticethat noticethat noticethat
that he would oppose a raeagane favorably favorablyreported tavori1hlyroported fevorkblyreported
reported by the Senate Committee on onPensions onPensions onPensions
Pensions which gives the right to widows widowsof widowsor widowsof
of deceased d soldiers or sailors of the late latecivil lated11 lateclvii
civil war who were married subsequent subsequentto
to Jane 26 UW to draw the regular pen pensions penstoPS penaloes ¬
stoPS for widows widowsThat widowsThat widowsThat
That date arbitrarily determines the theright theright theright
right of a widow to the benefit of tbe tbepension tbepension thepension
pension laws The object of the limita limitation UmUatlon limkation ¬
tion was to prevent marriages marrla to old sol soldiers sOl sOl4ters aoldiets ¬
diets by women whose chief motive wouldbe would wouldbo Id Idbe
be pensions after the th death of their bus husbands busbands busbaud ¬
bands bandsIt bandsIt baudIt
It is estimated o tmated by the Pension Bureau Bureauthat Bureauthat Bureauthat
that the bill bUr if enacted into law would wouldgir wouldn wouldgive
gir give n a pensionable pe status to some s sonic 9 000 000widows COOwtdows 000widows
widows wtdows who are are not now ojatlUad to topensions topelUtions topensions
pensions aDd that it would w uk1 IncraBso IR r the tbepension thepenllfon thepension
pension appropriation from 51 iQIOO0 C < MOQ to toft toIlO3
ft 1 IlO3 9jftQ lJOO or CMC90 per annum annumINDIAN aonuntINDIAN annumINDIAN
INDIAN BILL EEPOETED EEPOETEDThe
The Indian appropriation bill was wafported re reported reported ¬
ported to tbe Senate yesterday Y The Sen Senate Senatecommtttee Sonate ¬
ate atecommtttee committee made a net increase IlICr in the theaggregate theOf theaggregate
aggregate of appropriations ppropriat mate ma b b5 > the tfaeHouse tbeHoule theHouse
House of 1 1The Ult UltThe i M MThe
The most important Senate amendment amendmentto
to for the th relief of o the wandering bands bandsof bandsof s sor
of or Pottawatamte Indians in Wisconsin Wisconsinwhich Wiecinslnwhich 8efttIn 8efttInwhich
which makes available able for their benefit ht benefit447a > neftt nefttur
144739 ur an a amount withheld from their theirallotments theira1lotmonts theirallotments
allotments many manyyeara years ago ao because becau e they theyrefused tl ticyrefused r rrefused
refused to migrate west of the Missis Mississippi Mi1isippi lis lisslppi ¬
sippi River with the main bfend bfendThe bbdThe btnndThe
The bill will probably be aken taken up for forconsideration fexconsIderation forconsideration
consideration today
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