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THE4Jg5HTR m VXrnrmffT1r1i T fN 1rn1tAtD ERgLD THURSDAY T HURSD A Y MAY MA Y 26 2 G 1910
Committee Not to Wait Dn Dntil Until Un Until
til After Election ElectionWILL ElectionWILL i iWILL
Politic Will VJll Be Left Out When WhenFinal WhenFlnnl 11en 11enFJnnl
Final Consideration IN Taken and andReport nutlUelJUrt nudReport
Report Will Vltl jl1 He Made Public Says SaysMember 5n 5nlemlJcr Snyslfentbcr
Member of Committee Rellrrllessor Regardless RcKurdlessof
of Its It Effect on ElectionThe Election ElectionTho ElccUonTho
Tho joint commlttoo of the Houeo and andSenate andSenat andSenate
Senate of which Senator NeHwn of ofMinnesota otlUnneaota ofMinnesota
Minnesota Is chairman will not post postpone poItpone postpone ¬
pone Its report on tho BallingorPinchot BallingorPinchotinvestigation BaUlnserPinchotJnvestlgatlon BalltngorPinehotinvostigation
investigation until after the November Novemberelection NovemberelectlolW Novemberelections
election While the committee has madeno made madeno mAdeno
no formal deotelon throe of its It momborssaid mombors momborssaid momborssaid
said yesterday that a report would be befiled be11ld befiled
filed as soon as tho cue could be fully fullyreviewed tuUyroYlewec1 fullyreviewed
reviewed reviewedA
A member of the committee made thisstatement this thtestatement thisstatement
statement yesterdayThe yesterday yesterdayThe yeeterdayThe
The Tumor that wo had decided to todefer todeter todefer
defer handing down our report until af after aUerthe afterthe Ur Urthe
the elections is 1 absolutely ab olutely without foundation foun foundation foundation ¬
dation I think It is the desire of every everyone oeryone everyone
one connected with this affair to bring bringIt bringIt bringit
It to an end ns quickly as possible It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would be much more hurtful politically politicallyto
to keep kee the report under cover coverPolitic coverPollUcs coverPolltic
Politic to lie Left Out OutThere OutThere OutThere
There Is at least a probability that the thecase thecue thecase
case may be robbed of It Its political sig significance atgnUlcance eignlticance ¬
nificance by two or three of tho Demo Democratic Democratic Democratlo ¬
cratic members signing sllnln the majority ma1 rlty re report 10port roport ¬
port It has been eon assumed uum l for some someveekft g somewceka < 1M 1Mwektl
veekft that there would be throe reports reportsone rcportltone
one by the majority of the Republicans Republicansanother Republlcananother Republicansanother
another by Representative Repre entaUve Madison a aRepublican 8Ropubllcan aRepublican
Republican insurgent lnsurl nt progressive and andthe andthl andthe
the third by the Democrats It is knownhowever known knownhowever knownhoweeI
however that the Democrats have been beenin beeftin beenin
in consultation with Mr Ir 11 Madison with witha withview
a view to reaching reaebln an agreement which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would enable them to sign the report reportthat reportthat reportthat
that he has In course of preparation preparationFrom prePArationFrom preparationFrom
From all that can be leacned lea ned none of ofthe orthe ofthe
the reports of the committee will hold holdSecretary holdcretary holdSecretary
Secretary cretary Balllnger to have been guilty guiltyof guilt guiltor guiltyof
of any wrongdoing The minority report reportor
or th the report of Mr lr Madison and the theDemocrats U UDemocra18 theDemocrats
Democrats a as the case may be it Is Isbelieved isbelieved isbelieved
believed will criticise the Secretary 5 < < retary for foralleged toralleged foralleged
alleged lack of propriety proprietyArgument propr proprietyArssuntcnts t tArJumcntll
Argument IIuKiu Friday FridayArguments Irilln IrillnArgumenUi Fridayarguments
Arguments in the affair will be begun begunbefore b begunbefore n nbefore
before the joint committee Friday and andwill andwl1l andwill
will be concluded < l on Saturday Five hours hourswill hounswJII hourswill
will be given ven to each side Fifteen days datlwtll datlwtllbt will willbe willbe
be given ven counsel In which to file le briefs briefsThe belersThe briefsThe
The committee will 111 therefore have the thecomplete thecomplet thMcomplete
complete record before it on June 1 11 Re Review RevIf Review ¬
view vIf of the th testimony te Umony and the argument argumentwill argumentwUl argumentwill
will then the begin A member of tho commlttee com committee committee ¬
mittee declares that the report will very verylikely verylikely ery eryI1kfly
likely be ready for publication UbUcaUon about the themiddle themiddle themiddle
middle of July JulyTh JulyThfi JulyThP
Th Thfi rep report rt wan again pin revived yesterday yesterdaythat yterdAytht yesterdaythat
that Mr lr Balllnger Ballta < < er contemplated resign resigning remcnIng resigning ¬
ing his post po t as Secretary of the Interior InteriorIn hteriorIn InteriorIn
In this the latest rumor It was I related thatan that thatan thatan
an agreement had already been made madewhereby mad madwherebY madewhereby
whereby Mr Balllnger D JUn er would wc > uld retire rtire from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Cabinet Cabinet soon after tho joint commit committee commlttfl committee ¬
tee tfl had completed its ts labors UI I have haveno Myeno haveno
no intention of resigning said Secretary SecretaryBnlllnger SecretaryRnllln SecretaryBallinger
Bnlllnger Rnllln r hut night Ul I have not talVed tlkedwith talVedwith tal ed edwith
with the President about resigning rosl > lng nor norhas nortIns norhas
has he talked to me on the subject IUb t I Iawait Iawait Iawait
await the report of the joint committee committeewith committeewith committeewith
with confidence confidenceHEARING confidence confidenceHEARING conftdencHEARING
A subcommittee of the Senate Commit Committee Commlttee Committee ¬
tee on Judiciary will today resume the thetaking thetaklne thetaking
taking of testimony In the matter of the theAlaska theAlqka theAlaska
Alaska political situation situationThe altuaUonThe situationThe
The investigation now under way re relates relate relates ¬
lates late to the alleged domination of politi political poUUcal political ¬
cal affairs aaair in Alaska by the Morgan MorganGuggenheim MorganGuggonhelm MorganGuggenheim
Guggenheim syndicate Charges have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been made that the recent ro < ont removal of ofUnited orUnited ofUnited
United States Attorney Boyco and United UnitedStates UnitedState UnitedStates
States Marshal Sutherland at Juneau J JU nea MU was wasbrought wasbrou wasbrought
brought brou ht about by the MorganGuggen MorganGuggenheim MorganGuggenhelm rorgnnGuggenhelmsyndlcate ¬
helm helmsyndlcate syndicate It Is likely a motion motionwill motionwill motionwill
will be made for public sessions here hereafter hercafter hereafter ¬
after afterGov afterGov afterGov
Gov Walter E Clark of Alaska who whorecommended whorommended whorecommended
recommended the removal of Boyco Boa and andSutherland andSutherland andSutherland
Sutherland was U present at the hearing hearinglast hearinglast hearinglast
last Monday Monda Much of the testimony testimonywas tetlmonywas testimonywas
was given by James Wtekersham Dele Delegate Delegate Delegate ¬
gate from Alaska Wlckersham is a apolitical avolitlcal apolitical
political enemy of Gov Clark President PresidentTaft Pr PresldentTaft dent dentTart
Taft has sustained Gov Clark and nd has hasnotified hu110tl hasnotified
notified 110tl ed the Senate committee that he hewill hewm hewill
will not withdraw tho nominations nominationsENGINEER nominationsENGINEER nominationsENGINEER
Chicago Chlca o Slay 25 25Edmund Edmund T Perkins Perkinsengineer Perkinsengineer Perkinsengineer
engineer in charge of the Chicago bureau buroauof IMJroauoC bureauof
of the United States Reclamation Serv Servico SeryJco Servleo
leo and nd one of the chief supporters of ofSecretary ofSecretary ofSecretary
Secretary of the Interior Ballinger BaUSn r In Inhis 1fthis inhis
his controversy with Mr Pinchot an announced announcd announced ¬
nounced today toda that he will retire from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the active service of the governmentThe government governmentThe KOvernmentThe
The engineer who ha hag Just returned returnedfrom returneclfrom returnedfrom
from Washington where he testified teaU od In InMr inNr
Mr Balllngers behalf said that ho had hadInformed hAIlJnformed hadinformed
Informed his h chief of his Intention to togo togo togo
go Into private practice and that ho howould hGwould hewould
would leave I his office office in the the Federal FederalBuilding F FederalBuilding t1eral t1eralBundln
Building Bundln as 8 soon as a successor could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be found probably within a month
Ive heard the cats above the ceiling turn loose a raft of fright frightful frightful frightful ¬
ful squealing at dreary midnights hour they scernqd scQm d to say sayThough sayThough sayThough
Though rocks may thump us well still kick up our beastly rum rumpus rumpusthcy rumPusthey ¬
pus pusthcy they made made m c e my 111 blood turn sour I got my 111gUI1 gun and said CA CAlondll A Aloadll Aloadll
loadll convince them that th the < y cannot yodel 0 del all night upon my 111 roof roofI roofI
I sent some buckshot catward winging but butstiU still the brutes brut s kept up uptheir upth uptheir
their th ir singing for cats are reasonproof You cant convince a ablamed ablamed ablamed
blamed old tabby tabb its voice is bum and weak and flabby and harshand harsh harshand harshand
and flat and raw it seems to say I beg your pardon but Im thefamous the thefamous thefamous
famous Mary liar Garden and also Ellen Yaw And there are sundry sundryhuman sundryhuman sundryhuman
human critters who jar me like a dose of bitters who leave me sore soreand sorcand soreand
and pained they y come and tell me ancient stories as stale as last lastyears lastyears lastyears
years morning glories and think Im entertained I say to some someheartrending someheartrending sonicheartrending
heartrending feller uY You ou are the punkest story teller that repro reprobation reprobation reprobation ¬
bation earns and if you you OU spring spring ring another fable Ill break your wish wishbone wishbonc wishbone ¬
bone with itha a table so help me Tommy fomm Burns Youd think hed hedleave hedleave hedleave
leave me to my sorrow but no he comes around tomorrow tomorrowanother tomorrowanother tomorrowanother
another yarn to spring another hoary tale to garble persistent as asthe asthe asthe
the cats that warble and think that they can sing singCororigW singCowrigllt singComnight
CororigW ttW bjr George MatUunr uatUi w Aduas A WAlT rV AtT MASON lISO N
Amazed to Receive Protests from fromAll fromAll fromAll
All Sorts of Doctors DoctorsDeclares DootorsDeclures DoctorsDeclares
Declares They Object to Interfer Interference Interference Interference ¬
ence With lth Medical Freedomline Freedom FreedomHUB FrcellomlIus
HUB Studied Therapeutic TherapeuticSenator TllerUlCUUCSonator TherapeuticsSonator
Sonator Owen of Oklahoma defended defendedhis drnd drndhlB defendedhis
his bill providing provklt for a A department of ofpublic orpubUc ofpublic
public health h lth in t a the Senate yesterday yesterdaySaid ye yesterdaySaid teraay teraaySaid
Said he heI haUl hoI
Ul I have been amazed luna and I suppose supperevery supposeevery IIVplJOH8nry
every Senator on this floor has been to toreceive toreceive toreceive
receive many mAn telegrams tel ra from homeopaths homeopathsosteopaths homeop homeopathsosteopaths t tCMJtlOpatM
osteopaths eclectics chiropractic and andpractitioners andrftCUtionenl andpractitioners
practitioners rftCUtionenl and believers bell enI In Christian ChristianScience ChrJattanSclenc ChristianScience
Science and suggestive 8u < < lIest1ye therapeutics and andfrom andtrom andfrom
from other good cltisens protesting protestingagainst protesttntagalmlt protestingagainst
against the department of public health healthapparently l1ealthapPRrontly healthapparently
apparently with the unfounded unfOUft notion notionthe 1Ioon 1Ioonthe notionthe
the bill introduced by me proposed proposed t or ormade ornuwle ormade
made possible IJOAlb some 80 Interference by the theFederal theFederal theFederal
Federal government with the practice of ofmedicine otmediclne ofmedicine
medicine and aft constituted a poestble JJCMMdb e Invasken in invasion invalJlon ¬
vasion of the medical freedom of thecitben the theclttaen theclU3en
clttaen to employ whom be pleases when whensick whenlick whensick
sick sickThey lickThe
They The simply protest against ap1n t an inter interference interCnee interference ¬
ference with Ilh the medical freedom of thecittaen the thecitizen theclU3en
citizen with which the bill contemplates contemplatesno
no interference with which the Federal Federalstatutes Federalstatutes t ecleralatatute
statutes cannot Interfere in any State StateSenator StateSenafor StateSenator
Senator Owen declared that be had hademployed hadmploed hademployed
employed homeopaths homeopa tha and osteopaths and andallopaths alllaUoptbJI asdallopaths
allopaths to treat himself and members membersof
of his family He had also studied tho thodoctrine thodoctrine thedoctrine
doctrine of suggestive therapeutics aad of ofChristian orChl1 ofChristian
Christian Chl1 ttX Science ScienceNO ScienceNO ScienceNO
Appropriation Needed ccllcrl for Irobe of ofShip ofShip ofShip
Ship Subsidy Snll11111 Scnndnl ScnndnlUnless ScnndnlUnl ScandalUu1se
Unless Unl the House makes a supplemental supplementalappropriation supplementalapproprlaUon supplementalappropriation
appropriation for its contingent expenses expensesthe expene expenethe expensesthe
the inquiry into the th ship subsidy aub tdy scandal scandalauthorised JlCRndaJauthorized scandalauthorised
authorised by the Steenerson resolution resolutionwill reeotuUonwill resolutionvtlt
will have ha to be terminated terminatedThe terminatedThe terminatedThe
The contingent fund of the House has hasbecome hubecome hasbecome
become exhausted Chairman Olcott of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the special subsidy committee brought broughtthe broqhtthe broughtthe
the matter to the attention of Represent Representative ReprettentaUve Representative ¬
ative Tawney chairman of the Commit Committee Committee Committee ¬
tee on Appropriations Mr lr Tawny at atpresent atpr atpresent
present pr ent is i inclined to keep down expend expenditures eXJ8IHIIture expenditures ¬
itures Mr Olcott conferred ccml < < recl with Speaker SpeakerCannon SpeakerCannon SpeakerCannon
Cannon who 00 when the situation was explained ex explained expllftd ¬
plained to him replied The House Housemust HOUMmut Housemust
must pay IML Its billsAccordingly bills billsAccordingly bU bUAccordlnel
Accordingly a resolution is to be intro introduced Inlroduced introduced ¬
duced making an appropriation to cover coverthe coverthe coverthe
the cost of the subsidy hearing and such suchother nehother suchother
other contingent expenses ex as a may arise arisein arifleIn arisein
in the House during the remainder of the thesession tbeHMfon theseaslon
More Iorc Time for Construction COII trlleHot1 Given GivenKant GhcngUNt GivenHurt
Kant AVnsliIiiKton Company CompanyRepresentative CUmI1UnRepre CompanyRepresentative
Representative Repre entaUve Smith chairman of the theHouse theHOU86 thehouse
House District Committee yesterday ye tertlay In Introduced IntrooUCfll introduced ¬
troduced a bill to extend for eighteen eighteenmonths el eighteenmonths < < hteen hteenmonth
months the time for the construction of ofthe orthe ofthe
the East Washington Heights Traction TractionRailroad TractionRaUroac1 TractionRailroad
Railroad This additional a dttlooal time is granted grantedwith grantedwith ranted rantedIth
with Ith the provision that the track exten extension extension extenslon ¬
sion from the present eastern terminus terminusto
to Branch avenue a ue bt completed within withinsix withinsix Ithin IthinIx
six Ix months monthsThe montbThe monthsThe
The bill roquiros the company to depositwith deposit depositwith lposltwith
with the District a total of 1000 as X a aguarantee 0guaranteo aguarantee
guarantee guaranteeTo
To Widen Mcn Flmt Street StreetThe StrcctThe StreetThe
The Senate yesterday eetenla pasted a A bill pro providing prOIdlng providing ¬
viding Idlng for the widening of First street streetnortheast streetnortheast > > treet treetnortht
northeast along the eastern boundaries boundariesof
of squares uaNli C7S C7S t and 177 to a width widthof widthof
of sixty stxt feet These The e squares face the theUnion theUnion theUnion
Union Station reservation reservationDlxtrlct reHrvationnbtrlct reservation1istrict
Dlxtrlct Dill fills Delayed DelayedLack DclucrllAck DelayedLack
Lack of a quorum yesterday prevent 1ventthe Prevented Preventedthe ad adthe
the regular r r weekly meeting m etl < < of the House HouseDistrict HouseDl8trlct HouseDistrict
District Committee As M the House con convened eGftvened convened ¬
vened early at U oclock a m Chair Chairman Chairman Chairman ¬
man Smith decided to call the meeting meetingoff meetingofr meetingoff
off Action on several important local localbills localbills localbills
bills was postponed
I Free Sample Digests DigestsWhat
What Stomach Couldnt CouIdn
When a person finds himself suffering
from chronic Indigestion there J8 g ju just justonll justone t tone
one of two things to do Discontinue the theuso theU80 theuse
use of food almost almo t entirely enUrel or obtain obtainsomething obtatnsoDlcthhigo obtainnernethietg
something that will digest tho food foryou foryou for foryou
you until your our stomach muscles aroin aroinworking are inworking In
working order again againIt againIt againIt
It is possible poe 1tle to obtain a remedy 100101 that thatwill thatwill
will m digest food oven when the stomach stomachcant stomachcant stomachcant
cant and nd we can obtain the word of ofmany orman ofmany
many man reputable people to prove 1U It Since Sinceindigestion SinceJndlge Sinceindigestion
indigestion Jndlge Uon is 1 usually u8uall complicated with withconstipation withcon withconstipation
constipation con UpeUon and liver trouble It te S noc nocoesary nocet necessary
oesary et aary to get a remedy rented that has laxativeas laxative Icxativoas
as well as a digestive dlge Uve properties and which whichat whIchat whichat
at the same me time contains ingredients ingredientsthat ingredientsthat ingredientsthat
that will tone and strengthen the stom stomach stomach stomach ¬
ach and bowel muscles Such a remedy remedyaccording remedYaccording remedyaccording
according to the testimony testlmon of people for fora forn fora
a quarter of a century Is Dr Caldwells CaldwellsSyrup CaldwellsS CaldwellsSyrup
Syrup S TUp Pepsin which hlch can be obtained of ofny otrny ofc
c rny ny druggist druggf t at GO cents or 51 1 a bottle as asIt asIt asit
It comes com In both sizes But If you OU are areone areone areone
one who has never used this grand rem remedy remedy remody ¬
edy and you OU would like to make a test testof testof testof
of it 1tOOore before buying of your druggIst then thenpond thennd thenRend
pond nd your name and address addr ls to Dr Cald Caldvvril CaldrH Caldweil
vvril rH and ho will gladly send you OU a free freesample rrEeaJDplo freepamplo
sample bottle for trial In this U way thou
sands of people have bern brought to touse toUse touse
use it itYou It ItYou itYou
You cannot obtain a better or more re ¬
liable remedy for general ten ral family use as asit 88It asIt
it is I very curative In constipation con tlPAUon of tho thomost thomost themost
most stubborn kind In Indigestion liver livertrouble livertrouble livertrouble
trouble sour stomach sick tck headache headacheand heaclaohoand headacheand
and other troubles caused cau ed by disorders dl orders of ofthe ofthe
the UI stomach liver or orOOwol bowels Thousands Thousandsof
of o families like that of Mr Frank Con Connor Connor Connor ¬
nor of 108 State street Madison adliion WIs WIsand Wisand Ia Iaand
and Mrs lrs Virginia Cunningham of Weir elr
Misn 1U no longer use u e the ordinary dy dys dyspepsia
pepsla euros for Indigestion nor ca ¬
thartic pills or salts for constipation but
they get Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin Pepsinwhich Pepsinwhich Pepsinwhich
which Is truer and more genuine milder milderand milderand milderand
and more pleasant and yet thoroughly 1 1ofCeetive
effective Try It and see the Uie good ro
sultu you will obtain obtainDr obtainDr obtainDr
Dr Caldwell personally will be b d
to give you OJ
any medical advice you OU may
desire dlr for yourself OurHl or fa family t tlly IIY pertaining pertainingtall
to the stOtnach liver or b bowels wel absolute
h ly free oC
charge Explain your our case In
n letter and he will reply to you ou tn 10 la
tall For the free sample simply send
your name and address on In a postal card
or otherwise For either request tho doe do ¬
tor tors s adlrr address pa g Is Dr W V B Caldwell > 1 TL It
tks is Caldwtll Building Montlcello 111 111t
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Texans Hill Offers Opportunity for forJoke torJoke forJoke
Joke on Turin MenTwo Men JlenTO MenTwo
Two Texas Tex citizens imported a fine Suehorse finehorse ftJMhone
horse for or show purposes awl gave at bond bondto bondto bondto
to the Federal government Overnment for the ant animals ul1M antmals ¬
mals 1M return to Mexico exlco within a year yearIn 1rIn yearIn
In that way ar they avoided paying the thetariff u utaritt thetariff
tariff duties duu The horse however howeY < < died diedaad diedand diedand
aad and the owners found themselves liable liableunder Hableunder liableunder
under their bond for the tariff tariffRepresentative tartttRepreeentaU tariffRepresentative
Representative Smith of Texas intro introduced Introduced introduced ¬
duced a bill for their relief and the tbeWaTS tbeWaTSand Waysand Ways Waysand
and Means eADIt Committee spent a large llU part partof JlUtot partof
of yesterday yesterday considering it It They formally form formally formaUy ¬
ally reported it favorably to the th4 houseRepresentatives House HouseRepresentatives HouseRopresentatheI
Representatives Champ Clark the mi minority minority minority ¬
nority leader ader and a member memh < < of the com committee commlUee committee ¬
mittee seised ael d upon the opportunity to tosay toHY tosay
say that be considered the whole h Ie Payne PeyaeAldrlch PaoueAldrich PayneAldrich
Aldrich tariff law 1 uvery very much of a dead deadhorse deIwJhorN deadhorse
horse on the country countryTRAOKS coualrTTRAOKS countryTRAOKS
TRAOKS TO NAVY YARD YARDHcprcKcntatlvc YARDJteIJrccntuthc YARDItcprcxceutati
HcprcKcntatlvc c Slum Submits nil nilto 11111 11111tu 8111to
to Nasal nal AffalrM Committee ContnuittecStall CommitteeStill Cummltteesun
Still another bill providing for the theestablishment UteeetabiiahaMtnt theestablishment
establishment of new railroad track con connection connection connection ¬
nection with ltb the navy yard was U Introducetl intro introduced IabOsueed ¬
duced in the House yesterday Some Sometime SoaMtime Sometime
time ago Representative Repr entadve Sims sa of Te Ten Tenintroduced Tenn n nneeeea
n neeeea introduced a bill appropriating appropriatingSMOM appropriatingSI000
SMOM 000 and authorising the Secretary of ofthe olthe ofthe
the Navy to construct a single track trackswitch trackIV1tch trackswitch
switch along lonK the Anacostta naaMIUa RiverThe River RiverThe RiverThe
The Senate having ha added to the naval navalappropriation navalappropriation > > val valappropriation
appropriation bill an amendment requir requiring J8qulrthe requhtag ¬
ing tag the railroad company compaa to maintainits maintain maintainI
I its present tracks on grade for two twoTears twoyears
I years Mr Sims SIn yesterday re tftday amended his hisbill hlabill hisbill
bill and changed chan < < ed the reference from the theDistrict tbeDl theDistrict
District Dl trtct Committee te t the Naval AffairsCommittee Affairs AffairsCommittee AaalnCommittee
Committee It directs the Secretary S etary ofhe of ofthe ofthe
the Navy to construct the track connec connection CODDeOtion connection ¬
tion along the Anacostia Anaco tla River and In Increases Increuea Increases ¬
creases the appropriation n to 200 200MARX 200000 200000MARK x00000MARK
MARK FOR OLD BATTLE SITERepresentative SITE SITERepresentative SITEIlclrcJlltntuthc
Representative Slemp SIcm Ask inks for or SIoii Motuuntcut SIoiiiimeiit JlonUJt1cnt
iimeiit on Historic CloyiCx Chld Farm FarmRepresentative llnrmRepreeentaUve FarmRepresentative
Representative Slemp of Virginia Ytr nla introduced in introduced Introduced ¬
troduced in the House yesterday yeet rday a II bill billappropriating billapproprmUng billappropriating
appropriating JSMO OO for the erection of a amonument amonument amonument
monument on Cioyds Cloyd farm battlefield inPulaski in inPulaskl inPulaski
Pulaski County Va VaWhile VaWhile VaWhile
While the battle which hich was fought onMay on onMay
May 1 S 1S84 between Union and Confed Confederate ConCedorate Confedorate ¬
orate forces tore was w one of the smaller smallerengagements smalleronpsementa smallerengagements
engagements of the war I between the theStates theStAto theStates
States It wets Sa notable in that two menwho men menwho menwho
who afterward became Presidents of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States participated in it It Theywere They Theywere Theywere
were William Imam McKinley McKlnle and Rutherford RutherfordB
B Hayes HayosGmimnkcrM HILYesG1JllmnkcrH HayesGnnneakcrs
GmimnkcrM io < o Get liaise liaiseSecretary ItnIseSecretary ItaIseSecretary
Secretary of the Navy Nav Meyer will willshortly wltlortiy willshortly
shortly ortiy reconvene the the wage t board at atthe atthe atthe
the Washington Navy Yard and submit submitto flUbmltto
to them a proposition looking Jookln to th the in increase incresac ¬
crease creuuln in the wages of mechanics in tho thogun thoIf1IU theglut
gun shop A subcommittee of the House HouseNaval HOUHNaval HouseNaval
Naval Affairs Committee consisting conatl ofRepresentative of ofRepresentative otUepreeentaUvo
Representative Bates Hate and Dawson asked askedthe Askedthe askedthe
the Secretary Seeretar yesterday terday to take th thaction thisaction this thisaction
actionInnngnrnl action actionInaiipriirnl
Inaiipriirnl Ilcnoltitloii Offered OfferedSenator OfCerCl1Senator OfferedSenator
Senator Carter yesterday introduced In hethe Inthe h hthe
the Senate the Henry resolution r uUon author authorizing auUtorIzln authorIzing ¬
izing Izln a constitutional amendment for torchanl8 achange a achange
change In the date of Inauguration In uguAUon day dayfrom cIAyfrom dayfrom
from March 4 to the last Thursday In InApril laI inApril
I April Aprili AprilJc
LeiUca Jc lIclI Opens Local Ilnrcnn IlnrcnnA
A sign sn that the Republicans RepubUc expect expecta tXfCta
a hotly contested campaign c mpalln Is shown in inthe inthe inthe
the establishment here of a local l eal bureauof bureau bureauof burelLuof
of Leslies Weekly It is the latest IR news newspaper n npaper newspaper ¬
paper to Invade the Washington field ehl and andhas andhas Jul Julhas
has opened offices ome ll in the Munsey l1U H1 Build Building DuUdlng Building ¬
ing in charge chorcoC of Robert D Helal for formerly ¬
merly merl of the New York Sun John A ASleioher ASielohr ASleicher
Sleioher the editor of Leslies Lnlle has hit fur furmany furman formany
many man years been prominently Identified Identifiedwith J4Une1With Idontifelwith
with the Republican party and the estab establishment etttxtUshment steh stehlishment ¬
lishment of a Washington bureau 1 in 1smien intafcen 1 1taken
taken as an evidence that the adminis administration admlnltratton administratlon ¬
tration is to have hav an energetic supporter supporterIn
In Leslies Weekly Veolel and Judge both ofwhich of ofwhich r rwhich
which are publfehad by the same com company COh1pan company ¬
pany pan
Pope See Sccs Aero Flight FlightRome FIIhtROllte FlightRome
Rome May iThe The Pope saw 11 an aero aeroplane Act Actplane acreplane ¬
plane flight Iht for the first tltno to today todar today
day The machine was W 8 Invented by a apriest Itprlt apriest
priest prlt > St of Spoleto who successfully succe sfullr soar soared soared 0111 0111ed ¬
ed above the Vatican gardens He rp rpcelvcd rt rtceJnd received
celvcd hearty h > arty congratulations from his hlaholiness hisholiness hishcliness
holiness on alighting aU htJDJe
Directs Some of Remarks Remarksat
at Senator Elkins ElkinsTWO ElkinsTWO ElkinsTWO
Wisconsin Statesman Charges Modl ModlllcatioiiN JlodItlCUtltHlN Modltlctttlons
llcatioiiN of Original 1rovlnloii 1rovlnloiiHave l Irovlslonlletve roIMloJJIlInc
Have AVcnkcntMl cnl entHl It to Meet De Demand Denmlld Beneands ¬
mand of Railroad Presidents l Who WhoHave Vlto VltoIl1ne VltoItavc
Have Visited IKHed Washington WashingtonSenator VnshiiiWt0nSenator n8hhJ on onSenator
Senator La Follette made au allday alldayspeech aUdayspeech alldayspeech
speech yesterday in support of the Cummins Cum Cummins Cumutlu ¬
mins amendment to the railway bill billwhich billwhlcb billwhich
which would require approval approv I of changes changesin hang hangIn
in rates by the Interstate Commerce CommerceCommission CommerceCommlon CommerceCommission
Commission before tore they are put into intoeffect Intoeffect intoeffect
effect by the railroads railroadsDeclaring raUrolldsDeclaring railroadsDeclaring
Declaring tho railroads have had their theirway theirway theirway
way in legislation for forty years 8flU he hesaid h hHld hesaid
said saidIf If Senators listen llat to mo I will bring bringthorn brIngthorn bringthorn
thorn to a realization of the fact that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they have the sins of many Congresses Congressesto Con Conto
to atone for before eforo they pas pass this bill billSenator billStor billSenator
Senator La Follette sakl ho wished to toaddress toaddrea toaddress
address a a part of o his h remarks to Sena Senator SeMtor Senator ¬
tor Eikins the chairman of the the Inter Interstate Interatate Interstate ¬
state Commerce Committee but ha haadded hoadd8tl headded
added UThe The Senator does not do me the thehonor thehODOt thehonor
honor of being beln present presentOh prentOh presentOh
Oh yes Y he does suggested n letlted several severalSenators severalStnators severalSenators
Senators from the Republican side sideHurln sideHurls > > k1e k1eHurl
Hurl Some Sarcasm SarcamnAh SnrenlllJ1Ab SarcasmAh
Ah I sea he is 1 on the Democratic Democraticside DemocrILUce Democraticside
side e was the sarcastic comment of ofSenator otSenator ofSenator
Senator La Follette I dont dont know eM what whathe whathe whathe
he is doing dcMa over there th < < 6 I Had had missed him Mmfrom himfrom himfrom
from his h seat seatSenator HIltSenator seatSenator
Senator La L a Follette charged the pend pending pendIne pending ¬
ing amendment to the Ue railroad bill ufor uforwhich for forwhich forwhich
which the Senator from West VirginiaMr Virginia VirginiaMr VlrsmtaMr
Mr Elkins mId and the Senator from fromRhode tromRhode fromRhode I
Rhode Island Mr Aldrich are re making makingsuch IllAIda IllAIdaucb makingsuch < < I
such ucb a stubborn light w hi wholly whoU wholly in the theinterests UteIntereata tiesinterests
interests of the railroads r1Jro s i
Mr La Follette compared compu the pending pendingMil pendlqbftl pendingbill
Mil with the draft of the bill which was wmsprepared WUplepAl8d wasprepared
prepared and submitted baIIUed to the U President Presidentin
in November last awl a la this Uta connection connectionsaid COIUMOtIeaaid connectionsaid
said saidI
I And upon comparison of section I f of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that bill with section > > I of this thl t t bill which whichrelates wbIchrela whichrelates
relates rela t especially to the suspension of ofnew ofnew c cDeW
new rates rat that that commutes commltt took tookeven tooker tookever
even stronger er ground OWIIl than that proposed proposedunder propo proposedunder ed edunder
under the pending pendt amendment DC1ment I twotethis quote quotethis ts tstbi8
this prevision as originally drafted and andbefore aJMIbefore andbefore
before it had undergone modifications modificationsweakening modtftca oaa oaawe s sweakening
weakening we ess1r4 it presumably to meet the thewishes thewisbes thewishes
wishes of the railroad ra road presidents who wboIted via visited vialied ¬
ited Washington between NoverrUjr Is IsIMs IL ILlit
lit IMs 1 when It was so drafted and Janu January J Jary Jaanary ¬
ary If ItM when it was first introduced introducedin
in the Senate nate as now pendingRates pending pendingKitten pendingUatc
Kitten Too lllprli 111ghThe lllprliThe IU h hThe
The Wisconsin WIKoa n Senator contended the thepresent tbepraent thepresent
present freight rates are too high and the thepending thep thepending
pending p t bill provides pro1cS no measure by bywhich b bwblch bywhich
which the commission can determine tletern ne the thoreasonableness thereuonableD thereasonableness
reasonableness reuonableD of any rate He made an anextended antend anextended
extended tend argument a ent hi favor of the vales valuation vaJuaUoo valestion ¬
tion of railroad rallrol property of the country countryas countryII
as a II basis baa for freight rate rateCommissioners rates ratelCommtui ratesCommissioners
Commissioners Commtui Mra Knapp and Prouty Prontywhose ProutywhOM Proutywho
whose who Ideas > > doubtless douDtte prevailed in theoriginal the tMaa1 theoriginal
original aa1 framing framlA < < of that paragraph paragraphcontinued parapaphconUDued paragraphcontinued
continued Mr r La Fol Follette ette well under understood 1IIMIe1tood underMood ¬
stood that if 1 it Is sound doctrine that thatthe thatttMI thatthe
the railroads lroadll should not advance rates rateswithout rat ratltbout rateswithout
without ltbout investigation Invesliga on and approval by bythe bythe bythe
the commission It is unreasonable to pro provide provt provide ¬
vide vt e that advances should ou1d become Hco ef effective eCtecUv effective ¬
fective at all before bef the commission co unI toD has haspassed baapulecJ baspassed
passed upon the justice of 0 the advances advancesThey ad adTbey advancesThey
They well knew the railroads constantly constantlyemployed COIUltnUemploY constantlyemployed
employed emploY thousands ef C expert rate men menwhose men1a4Nle menwhose
whose 1a4Nle sole duty it is In the Interests of ofstockholders orockboklen ofstockholders
stockholders to enlarge the dividend dtvidends by byincreasing b7Iftcreutl1 byincreasing
increasing Iftcreutl1 the ratesIt rates ratesIt rat ratIt
It is generally conceded COIKe ed by b Republican Republicanleaders Republleaftleaders Republicanleaders
leaders m In the Senate that a final vote votewill votewill votewill
will not be taken ra In the Senate before beforeth beCoretht beforethe
the th middle of next week Senator La LaFollette LaFollette LaFolktte
Follette will 111 occupy another day In dis discussing d delUf dlsceasing ¬
cussing the Cummins amendment amendmenthnrimcr amendmentlorlmer meIHImenLJorhncr
hnrimcr May Jn Speak Today TodaySenator Toda TodaSenator TodaySenator
Senator Lorimer of Illinois has a long longspeech longspeech o oPftCh
speech to be made today or tomorrow tomorrowdealing tomorrow tomorrowdeaUag tomorrowdealing
dealing with the charges ch made against againsthis A againsthis < < ahat ahathis
his election as a Senator Saturday has hasbeen basbeen
been set a apart rt t under a special order orderfor orMrtor orderfor
for eulogies eulogiesIt eu
It is possible that a vote may be bereached bereacbed bereached
reached in the Senate sat before the end ef efthe ofthe r rtbe
the week on the Cummins amendment amendmentWith ameswlmentWltb amendmentWith
With the disposition of the Cummins Cumminsamendment Cu Cumminsamendment 1llliM 1llliMamencJment
amendment and the perfection of section sectionI sectionof
I of the bill the principal question that thatwill thatwill
will 111 remain will be the last three sec section HelIona eectlons ¬
tion lIona of the bill relating to stocks and andbonds Anetbonet armybonds
bonds There is likely to be considerable considerabledebate considerabledebate aldable aldabledebate
debate on these three sections Uon Senators SenatorsCummins SenatorsCummins SenatorsCummins
Cummins and Dolllver have amendments amendmentspending amendmttntspending amendmentspending
pending to these sections sectionsG eectJonaG sectionsG
At the request of President Taft the thedate thetlate thedate
date of the biennial convention of the theNational theNaUona theNational
National Republican League which will willbe wUIbe willbe
be held in New York City at Carnegie CarnegieHall CarniSIHal1 CarnegieHall
Hall has been changed ch ed from June JuneI 28 28to 21to
I to June 2425 24 5 to enable the President Presidentto
to attend and make mxk the opening speech speechBesides speechBesides peechDe
Besides De ldes the President Vice President PresidentSherman PrdentShennan PresidentSherman
Sherman a number of Senators and Representativos Rep Representatives Rep1tl8ntaUvu ¬
resentatives and a majority of the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican governors will attend attendThe attendThe attendThe
The convention will be the first of its itscharacter 118cbaneter itscharacter
character held in New York sinceIns since
Ins 1 and promises to be a large affair affairOn affahOn affairOn
On the evening tnlng of June X a banquet will willbe willbe willbe
be given at the offices of the league at atthe atthe atthe
the Hotel Astor at which President PresidentTaft PruWentratt PresidentTaft
Taft Vice President Sherman and other otherleaders otherleaders otherleaders
leaders of the party will ill speak speakA
A great demand is I expected for seats seatsand seatsand
and those In charge are now making arrangements ar arrangements arraementa ¬
rangements for the seating tln of the guests guestsTo guestaTo guestsTo
To this end temporary headquarters will willbe willbe
I be opened at the Hotel Astor on June JuneIt JuneIL
It 1 IL In charge ot Secretary pro temAtherton tem ternAtherton temAtherton
Atherton Delegates are requested to toregi tor toregister
regi r register tr t r there thereAT thfreAT thereAT
Get the theOriginal theOriginal theOriginal
Original Original and Genuine GenuineMILK GenuIneHORl GenuineMALT
JJIWtdau W ae aelicFoodDrinkforAllA Jmitatkizd JmitatkizdfhcF it itW
TheFoodDrinkforAllAges TheFoodDrinkforAllAgesRICH fhcF licFoodDrinkforAllA oodDrinkfor AllAges AllAgesRICH gas gasRICH
fdot Q w in e any Ilk Uk Trust Trustgjgy TrustInsist
gjgy Insist on HORLICKS HORLICKSTake
Take a package paok o bom home
House Republicans Hold a aThreehour aThreehour aThreelieu
Threehour Caucus CaucusANOTHER CaucusANOTHER CaucusANOTHER
Fourteen Insurgents Fail to Put in innn innn innn
nn Appearance AIJIJenrnnclDelJute Debate Indicate1 Indicate1tlmt 1t1lUcutlfhnt Iudieatsthat
that Mnny Jnn Are Friendly llrlcmllCoJUlJrO llrlcmllCoJUlJrOmlu Comnro
111 mlu IHU on Section In Controversy ControversyExpected ControerMYEXIJecteIAmcndmcl1 ControversyLrhectedAmendments
Expected EXIJecteIAmcndmcl1 Amendment t Adopted AdoptedAt Atlop ter terAt
At the conclusion of a Republican cau caucus cauQUS cancue ¬
cue last night which luted for more morethan morethan morethan
than three hours called for the purpose purposeof purpoMot purposeof
of reaching an agreement lreement on the postal postalsavings poIftalaYinp postalsavings
savings banks bank bill House lIo leaders ex expressed exprenect cxpressed ¬
pressed the opinion that the administra administration admlnlstrtlon administration ¬
tion measure would oulcI be passed without withoutany withoutany withoutany
any difficulty difficultyNo dUllcullyNo dUcultyNo
No conclusion was reached at the caucus cau caucus CAUcus ¬
cus and an adjournment adjourn meat was taken until untiltonight unUItonlsht untiltonight
tonight When Representative Currier Currierof Currieror Curriesof
of New Hampshire chairman of the cau caucus cauc caucus ¬
cus c called the meeting metlft to order only 141 141Republicans 141RepubUcan8 141Republicans
Republicans answered to the roll callHowever call callHowever call callHowever
However It Is said assurances aMUraAC have been beenreceived beenreceived n nreceived
received by the leaders that practically practicallythe
the entire Republican majority will sup support support support ¬
port the bill which te expected e pected to be beagreed beaareed beagreed
agreed upon at the Ut meeting tonight or orat orat orat
at a third meeting that may m be called for fornext tornext fornext
next week weekRepresentative WHkRepreeentatlve weekRepresentative
Representative Dwight of New New York Yorkthe YorkUte Yorkthe
the Republican whip w tp expressed the theopinion th thopinion theopinion
opinion that the postal savings vlnrs bank bill billwill billwill billwill
will bo passed by the th House by a Re Republican Republican Republlean ¬
publican majority of at least 11 11I It IthlUrJonhf i iLtaurgonts
I hlUrJonhf n NU FROM M Stay Agar AtrnrFourteen AgarFourteen 0 0Jr1urteen
Fourteen Insurgents I failed Jled to put In an anappearance anappearance anappearance
appearance last night ni < < bt They were wereCooper wereCooper wereCooper
Cooper Lenroot and Nelson of Wlscon Wlsconsin Wisconsin Wlaconan
sin an Davis Halstead and Lindbergh of ofMinnesota ofIdixneeota
Minnesota Hubbard and Ad Woods oocIa of ofIowa ofIowa
Iowa Norris and Htosfcaw of Nebraska NebraskaPotadoxter NebraskaPeindexter
Potadoxter of Washington Fowler Fowl of ofNew ofNew
New Jersey and ad Gronna of North
Dakota DakotaAt DakotaAt DakotaAt
At the outset of the caucus last night nightRepresentative nightDitIW8IIentadYe nightRepresentative
Representative Gardner Otu lMl of New ew Jersey Jerseyauthor Jeneyauthor Jerseyauthor
author of the tb compromise bill and Repre Representative RepcetaUv Representative ¬
sentative taUv Weeks W of Massachusetts btt chair chairroan ebaJrman ehairman
man of the Committee on Postoices Postoicesand PMtomeaAd Poetoiilasand
and Post Road explained the provisionof provisions provisionsof HOvi8Iou HOvi8Iouof
of the measure at length lengthThe least leastThe lengthThe
The debate demonstrated that the great greatmajority greatmajority t tmaJority
majority of the Republicans are more morefriendly moretrlendly morefriendly
friendly to the u bill than was generally generallysupposed lenerallysuppOMd generallysupposed
supposed A number of minor amend amendments amendment amendments ¬
ments wer were ere adopted rotating largely to tophraseology topbrueolog tophraseology
phraseologyOnly phraseology phraseologyOnly pbrueologOul
Only Oul Point In Controversy ControversyThere ControcrsyTben ControversyThere
There was only a brief discussion of ofsection orMetlon ofsection
section f of the MIL b 1 This relates to the thedisposition thetllapoBaUeft thedisposition
disposition of funds deposited in postal postalbanks poMalbaDb postalbunks
banks It is really the only point in con controversy contron controversy ¬
troversy tron Western W estern Insurgents are dis disposed d dpeMd die dieposed ¬
posed to insist lnat that a portion of the funds fundsdeposited fundscJepueUe4 fundsdeposited
deposited in postal banks shall baJl be re retained retaIJMd retained ¬
tained m 1ft the communities where w they theyoriginated Ute Uteorlsinated theyoriginated
originated They want a mandatory rraft atory proviska pro provision proYIa ¬
vision YIa to this th effect e < < ect Inserted in the bill billThe hiliThe billrite
The rite majority of the Republicans favor favorsection favorMCUoa favorsection
section MCUoa I of the Gardner bill bill which pro provides proYI proeddes ¬
vides YI et that S per cent of postal savings evingashall savingsShall vlap vlapIIaaII
Shall be held ma a reserve lWI reserve erv fund 47fc 47 per percent perCent percent
cent Cent invested in government lO nuaeat bonds and andthe and1M andthe
the remaining remaln fltt 4fl per 1 cent retained m mthe tit titthe inthe
the communities where it is deposited depositedexcept depositedexcept led ledexcept
except that tballt it may ma b be diverted for invest investment In Inmeat investmeat ¬
meat in government bonds boD a In times of ofemergency ofemersency ofemergency
emergency at the discretion leredoll of e the Preeldent Presi President Prt Prtdet ¬
dent dentIndications detIJldlcaliou dentIndicaUosa
Indications are a that at the adjourned adjournedmeeting a4ljournedJDM adjournedmeeting
JDM meeting D tonight a compromise will 111 be beeffected beelrectecl beeffected
effected on this provision provisionWANTS provlaloaWANTS provisionWANTS
Key Granddaughter Grnndl1nn 11tcr Will 111 A tsk sic 1 Taft Taftto Tarttu Taftto
to Aid Id IIutliHnd IIutliHndPresident 1IhnndPresident llu hand handPresident
President Taft will be asked ked to Investi laveatlJa1e Inveetigate Investigate ¬
gate the dismissal of A MacdooaM Mc McBlair McBlab oIc oIcBlaIr ¬
Blair as assistant uuat attorney attGrDe of o the De Department Department ¬ 1
partment of Justice Juat His Ift wife wit a grand granddaughter granddaughter ¬
daughter tIa bter of Francis Scott Key author authorof authoror authorof
of the Star Spangled Span Banner has been beenmaking beenmakla beenmaking
making makla < < vigorous efforts e < < ort8 to have aVI him re reinstated relutatecJ reInstated ¬
instated instatedMcBlair lutatecJMcBlalr InstatedMcBlair
McBlair was dismissed dhlnd fMci on the grounds groundsthat srouncI8that groundsthat
that his services were e not satisfactory satisfactoryIt tJafactoryIt
It is claimed that the true reason reasonwas 1IallOlw reasonwas
was w to make room for another man Mc McBlair McBlair MeBlair ¬
Blair was appointed under the Roosevelt RooeeveltBonaparte ltooHyeltBonaparte RooseveltBonaparte
Bonaparte regime and shortly afterward afterwardwas atterwardWu afterwardwas
was married marriedHis marr1ecLHia
His wife wit was Wa formerly Miss Mary Tay TayK Tayloe Taybe
loe K > e Key daughter of Charles Char H Key Keyyoungest Keyyounaat Keyyoungest
youngest son of the author of the national nationalanthem ftUcmalanthem nationalanthem
anthem Her mother moth was Elisabeth Lloyd Lioydof Uodot Lloydof
of Wye House Talbot County Md Mc McBlair MeBlair McBlair ¬
Blair is I the son > > OIl of Charles H McBlair McBlairn
n A naval na 1 officer who was at one time ad adjutant adjutant adjutant ¬
jutant general of Maryland MarylandMcBlair XaryJanddeBlalr MarylandMeilair
McBlair and his hi wife have been in instraitened Instraitened instraitened
straitened circumstances since he lost his hisposition hblposition hisposition
position positionCOWIE positionCOWIE positionCOWIE
Paymaster Oencrnl Roper Ro cr Surren Surrenders Surrelltier Surrenders ¬
ders tier Office to Succcmtor SucccmtorPay SuccclIlurPay SuccessorPay
Pay Director T J Cowie arrived yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday fcom fr m Annapolis Md d to take takecharge takeehule takecharge
charge of the office of the Paymaster PaymasterGeneral ParQUterGel PaymasterGeneral
General of the navy succeeding succee tnS Pay Paymaster Pa Pamaster Paymaster ¬
master Gen E B Rogers RO < < eIS who is re relieved re reUeyed relieved ¬
lieved from duty dutyPay tlut tlutPay dutyPay
Pay Director Cowtes duty will be tomporary tom temporary tomporary ¬
porary until Secretary Meyer approves approvesPaymaster appIOYe8Parmaater approvesPaymaster
Paymaster Rogers application for retire retirement reUr reUrDMnt retiremeet ¬
meet mentPaymaster DMntP1mutor meetPaymaster
Paymaster Rogers left yesterday for forNew forNew forNew
New York State where he will rest for fora fora fora
a few days He has notified DOtf the Secre Secretary SeereI Seereary Secretary ¬ I
tary of the Navy that he Intends to take takean takean takean
an indefinite period of leave leaveMARIETTA leAeMARIETTA leaveMARIETTA
Report Ilc a rt on Responsibility for Condi Condition C01l1l1Hun Condition ¬
tion Forwarded to Department DepnrhaentThe DepartmentThe IIIRrhncutThe
The court of inquiry which has spent spentthe spenttill spentthe
the last several s several veral weeks making an Inquiry Inquiryinto InqulrInto inquiryinto
into the responsibility rospon tbUlty for the alleged allegeddirty allegeddirty allegeddirty
dirty condition of the gunboat Mari Marietta Marietta Marlette ¬
etta ha bq completed its work and for forwardod forwardod forwarded
wardod Its report to the Navy Department Depart Department Department ¬
ment On the completion of a Uur of ofduty otdut ofduty
duty dut in Central American waters the theMarietta theMarloUa theMarietta
Marietta was inspected at Portsmouth PortsmouthN PortamOuth PortamOuthlK
lK N H Navy Nav Yard several months ago agoIt asoIt agoIt
It was found that the proper care had hadnot hatlnot hadnot
not been taken of o her machinery machlner ac according according according ¬
cording to the inspection officers Com Commander Commander Commander ¬
mander Frank 1C K Hill U S N was In Incommand Incommand incommand
command of the Marietta during her hertour hertour hertour
tour of duty in the tropics tropicsAt tropicsAt tropicsAt
At first r t it was decided to courtmartial courtmartialCommander courtmartialCmmaooer courtmartialCommander
Commander Hill This intention how however however however ¬
ever was abandoned and the court of ofInquiry ofInqulr ofInquiry
Inquiry was convened to determine the theresponsibility theresponsibility theresponsibility
responsibility for the condition of the theship thesblp theship
ship Tho court consisted of Roar Ad Admirals Admirais Admlrals ¬
mirals A S Barker C H Davis and andB andB andB
B Bradford all retired officers of the thenavy thenav thenavy
navy nav
largest Horning Mornin Circulation Circulationr r
Chance for Eastern EasternManufacturers EasternManufacturers EasternManufacturers
Manufacturers to t Win WinSouthern WinSoutheYn
1 Southernand Southern Southernand
4V and Latin LatinAmerican LatinAmerican
2 American AmericanTrade AmericanTrade Americanr9
r9 Trade TradeWorlds TradeWorlds TradeWorlds
Worlds Panama Exposition if held at atNew atNev atNew
New Orleans would open up Fertile FertileNew FertileNev FertileNew
New Territory TerritoryN TerritoryThe TerritoryNew TerritoryNew
N New Orleans OrleansfJ
fJ 11 t f
The Logical Point PointHeretofore PointHeretofore PointHeretofore
Heretofore Eastern manufacturers have havefound havefound havefound
found the Sputhland a difficult field in inwhich invhich inwhich
which to introduce their goods although althoughit
it is a wellknown fact that the South is isimmeasurably isimmeasurably
immeasurably immeasur bly rich and a section destined destinedto
to lead this entire country both in natural naturalresources naturalresources naturalresources
resources and manufacturing activity activityNew activityNev activityNew
New Orleans is not only the metropo metropolis metropolis ¬
lis of this great rich Southern country countrybut countrybut countrybut
but is the focal point for all the commer commercial comlnercial commercial ¬
cial activity of the Southwest South Amer American Alnerican American ¬
ican countries countries Cuba Haiti and Mexico MexicoOwing IVlexicoOving MexicoOwing
Owing to the peerless location of New NewOrleans NevOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans buyers from all this section would wouldbe mouldbe vouldbe
be able to visit New Orleans and attend attendthis attendthis attendthis
this Exposition whereas if located at the theproposed theproposed theproposed
proposed more distant point only a small smallpercentage smallpercentage smallpercentage
percentage would be able to pay the im immense immense immense ¬
mense transportation charge chargeWith chargeiTith chargeWith
With the opening of the Trans Tr TransAndean TransAndeanRailroad nsAndean nsAndeanRailroad Andean AndeanRailroad
Railroad Buenos Ayreson Ayres on the East Coast Coastof Coastof Coastof
of South America will be brought nearer nearerby nearerby nearerby
by six or eight days to New Orleans by byway byvay byway
way of Chile and the West T est Coast of the thePanama thePanan1a thePanama
Panama Canal than steamship line direct directup directup directup
up the East Coast CoastNew CoastNev CoastNew
New Orleans is by far the nearest large largeNorth largeNorth largeNorth
North American Seaport cit city to the topo topographical topographical topographical ¬
graphical and population center of the theI thegreat thegreat
I great zone most immediately affected by byI bythe bythe
I the opening of the Panama Canal and andmost andmost andmost
most immediately interested in the newmarkets new newmarkets nevmarkets
markets the Canal will opqn op n up upExhibitors upExhibitors upExhibitors
Exhibitors at the Worlds lf orlds Panama Ex Exposition Exposition Exposition ¬
position in New Orleans would be offered offeredthe offeredthe offeredthe
the chance of a lifetime to exhibit their theirwares theirvares theirwares
wares before a public representing the rich richest richest richest ¬
est territory in the world More Southern Southerntrade Southerntrade Southerntrade
trade could be secured in this way in a few fewmonths fewmonths fewmonths
months than five years of urgent < j soliciting solicitingcould solicitingcould o ocould
could possibly produce and at a fraction fractionof
of the expense expenseNew expenseNev expenseNew
New Orleans is nearer to the center of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the population of the United States than thanSan thanSan thanSan
San Francisco and more than half the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people of the United States could attend attendthe attendthe attendthe
the Exposition at an average cost of about
1 15 5 each eachtvo two cents a mile Less than
5 per cent could possibly pay their way wayor wayor vayor
or spare spare the time required to go to the themost then10st themost
most distant city cityIt cityIt cityIt
It is directly to the interest of every everyEastern everyEastern everyEastern
Eastern manufacturer to see that New NewOrleans NevOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans is chosen as the site for the greatest greatest great greatest >
est exposition ever held in this country countryand countryand countryand
and celebrating the most colossal human humanachievement humanachievement humanachievement
achievement the world has ever known

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