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Pretoria retoria Despatches Announce An onl1ce the theFall theFall
Fall of Wepencr WepencrAnother VepenClnotllcr
Another notllcr Story Stor From the Same Source SourceOredltN SoureeOrecJltH
OredltN Commnutliiiit FroncuinnuAVltli Froncmnnnlth Froncuinnu
AVltli lth llnvinp 11nvin nciutcil the HrltUh HrltUht
Jnre nr c Force nC Dnr UurjIers htr lIurrln lIurrlntu
t tu < Intercept General GeneralLOUREXCO Currln Cnrrligtizi hu huLOUREXCO
LOUREXCO MARQUES April AprlllDA 19 19A A re report report ¬
port from Pretoria says that Wopener has hasfallen basfallen
fallen and the thai part of the garrison under underColonel underColonel
Colonel Dalgotty has surrendered surrenderedAnother surrenderedAnother surrenderedAnother
Another Boer report says that Com Comriwndant Comftndant
riwndant Fronemann pursued 400 British Britishtroops DrltIshtroops
troops across the river in the direction of ofAliwal ofAllwal
Aliwal North orth capturing several prison prisoners prlsoners prisonIs ¬
ers < Is
ersA A large force f Boers fa reported hurry hurryIns
Ins to intercept Intorce t Carrlngtonfi men oq ox the themarch
march through Rhodesia RhodesiaLO
LONDON LO mON April 13 19A A despatch from lomJouro
LoureDeo Jouro o Marques states that Gen Sir Ir IrFrede1ck
Frederick Carrington ba has arrived at Beira BeiraPortuguese DelraPortug1OEo
Portuguese East Africa His corps of ofAustralian ofAftstrallan
Australian bushmen preceded him by rail railto railto
to Salisbury Sdlsbu It ILls s expected that General GeneralCarrlngtons
Carringtons forces will soon bo within withinstriking vithinstriking ItMn ItMnstriking
striking distance of Mafeklng MafeklngCecil IafeklngCecil
Cecil Rhodes it is claimed Inspired the theWar thear
War ar Office to publish Roberts criticisms criticismsof
of Duller and ani the other generals In South SouthAfrica SouthAtrlouDuUors SouthAfrica
Africa AtrlouDuUors Bullers reputation has been de destroyed destroyel1 ¬
stroyed and 1011 his recall n call or resignation is isexpected Isexpected
expected at any time as is that of o Sir SirCharles SirCharles SirCharles
Charles Warren Rhodes condemned Bul Bullers Dullers flu ¬
lers campaign tactics months ago because becausehe becauthe
he did not rush his entire force to the re relief reJlet
lief of KImborley KImborleyThe Klmberle KlmberleThe
The War Office Is being criticised for not notburying notbu notburying
burying bu ing the criticism sent by Roberts un unless unles ¬
less it is the intention to recall the cm cmcers cm cmcers
cers criticised cr lelsed The Boer war already has hascaused hascaused
caused much friction in the British Army Armyand rmy rmyand
and the recall of Duller and Warren If Ifthis ifthis iithis
this is done will add to the dissatisfaction dissatisfactionThe dissatisfactionThe dissntisfctIonThe
The Manchester Guardian states that thatwhen thatwhen
when It was decided to publish Lord Rob Roberts Roberts Robert ¬
erts ert criticism of General Geneml Bullers opera operations operations operalions ¬
tions in in Natal atal Duller was informed of the thetenor thet
tenor t nor of the field marshals despatches despatchesHe d6Spatch d6SpatchlIe
lIe took BO notice of the despatches de depatche patch and andmade andmal1e an
made no response responseDUTCH nuponlleDUTCH
IlrHisIi Trefi Tr Treutenicut lenient of liner n r Irltoii IrltoiiCIM Irloionc
CIM c CI Cotmiieiiilctl nt the Cnnc CnncCAPE CIIIeCAlE
CAPE TOWN TOW April prH 1 19ie55 ld55 a m mThe mThtJ rnThe
The successful efforts of the military au authorities auUlorltles ¬
thorities in fighting the fever epidemic epidemicamong epldemtcamong
among the Boer prisoners pri oners has appealed to tothe totb tc
the tb gratitude of even the pronounced pronouncedDoteh pronouncedDHteh pronouneet
Doteh newspapers newspapersMr nOMlMperaIr nowsppersMr
Mr Ir Duplessls the secretary 8ecreta of tho Boer BoersJek Boerslek
sick fund has II a letter in the One Land Laadtoday LaDdtoda
today toda in which ho says HS that the British Britishmilitary Drlt1hmllltnry Brutalmilitary
military officials deserve eMrQ deep gratitude gratitudefer sraUtutlefer
fer their willingness s to afford every ever relict relictpossible reUe11056lble I IIIO5tbie
possible possiblelie 11056lbleHe IIO5tbietie
lie adds add that for the present the friends friendsand trle008anll
and sympathizers of the Doer prisoners prisonersmay prilonersmay prieonermay
may rest aeatrod that everything fleece necessary neceasar ¬
sary sar for their comfort will be done doneJOTKrASSI doneKUMASSI doneximrissi
Cuveriior oernor Hoilcsoii lIod soll lInk llnko nke Vrpteiit lit Iteiitet Ih1IICit litfor
iitet for TrooiiK TrooiiKACCRA rrooluACfRA rrOl1eACCRA
ACCRA April A rii IS lSews News has been re received recehcd rccetvod ¬
ceived from Sir ir Frederick Hodgson the theGovernor theGovernor th 8 8Governor
Governor of the Gold Coast Colony COOD that thatKumass thatICum the t tICumeesi
Kumass ICum i Is closely invested and that the thesituation ihe ihealtuatlon lb e esituation
situation has become acute acuteHe acutelie acuteHe
He asks that all available troops be s snt sntat ssn nt ntat I Iat
at once and adds that matters wll as assume as astime asneme ¬
time a serious phase if ifreller relief is delayed delayedSENTENCED dalayaSENTENCED deiayelSENTENCED
The First FlIlninoM 101111110 tit He Ji IliuUIi 1lInl1 1lInl1Cor d df LI LIfor
f for ir niiorrlllii Wnrfnre WnrfnreMANILA Vnrfna VnrfnaMAULA nrCnr nrCnrfAILA
MANILA April priI 10 196 6 p m mThe The mil military llltary tailltary ¬
itary commission commission sitting slttfn at Calamba Calambawhich Calambahlch Calambawhich
which hlch has been considering e cases of ofFilipinos f fFilipinos
Filipinos accused of brigandage In Infound 1M L Lfound
found three natives guilty guilt and sentenced sentencedthem sentencedthem 1
them to fifteen years ears imprisonment
These are the first convictions of
persons personscharged C Ccharged
charged dlr ed with ith carrying earryl on a guerrilla war ¬
fare fareEARL ttreEARL fareEARL
The First of f Ills III
Title Kxulrr l xllre
uC uClnellnOIln f fPltCUIIIOIlIll rloen
PltCUIIIOIlIll loen uon In ill i i 1011111 1011111LONDON IolldnllLOoDO LiuiiioiLONDON
LONDON April 19 19Wlllla William Henry For Forester Forester Foreser ¬
ester eser WeateoH the ke first fir t Earl of Londecbor Londecborowsh Lond Londe5roegh bor borMIgh
owsh < Med < ed today of pneumonia He was y wo
bern b In I 1S34 lIe w WitS very or wealth xreaHhrPRIMROSE wealthPRI1rrnOSB wealthyPRIMROSB
The Yellow tlIo Kluiver of Spring Irlll IrJ1l5 in Kvl Kvltlfiiee GItInee EviEcrysliere
tlfiiee Kverjtvhere KverjtvhereLONDON JJerhereL EcrysliereLONDON
LONDON L mO April 1S1lrimrue Primrose Day Da was wasushered witt wittulter8 wi S Sua1ered
ushered in by a hot and glorious sun and andtJlO an i ithe
the pale JtalYOUOwColored yellowcolored emblem of spring springand sprin pringmd g gand
and Imperialism was more universally universallyworn universallywOrn univorsnl y yv
worn wOrn v rn than ever before The plinth of the theDoacduafiold theDanclnflohl th C Cliuncdnefleld
Doacduafiold statue was embedded in a amuss alJlt8a a1ft
muss 1ft of primroses fi surrounded by b a shield shieldand shieldnl1 duel d dand
and nl1 coronets made of the same sameThe sameThe sameThe
The Queen sent a massive wreath to the tli tliEarl
Earl or Boaconsflelds grave at Hughcn
The IIeiiteiinnt Iirutcun ii t Send lliinie 11 Col Collection Collection L Llcctloii ¬
lection u < iC f A irin rUB mi K nml Curios CtirloxNEW CurluEW Curiosrnv
NEW EW YORK April 19 19The Tho American Americanbark Americanbnrk a abark
bark Adolph Obrig which arrived this thismorning thismorning thi is ismorning
morning from Hongkong brought a num number I Iher ¬
her of < cases of
guns shot and
war cu curios curios I Irios ¬
rios also a mast from the Spanish
man manofwar manof I Iofwar
ofwar of wnr Don Juan De Austria
was wascaptured wasctlptured wa Is Ischptured
captured by AjJssiral Dewey
These war llr relics are shipped by Lieu ¬
tenant Hobnon from
Hongkong The mast mu
will 111 be sent ont to Lieutenant Hobsons 1lobson native natt
town In Alabama to be erected there thereMETAPHYSICS thercMETAPHYSICS theretIELPflYSICS
rriiiccton Alumni u III II I 1 oihthIlh K lnlilI Ii n 11 11lirnry 11hrnr L 1 1lirary
lirnry hrnr Kuml itt the lie liiivernlty liiivernltyPRINCETON luhtrOlIt luhtrOlItJ UniscrilylRlCETON
PRINCETON J RICETO N J April 10 19Th Th class classof cJaIJsof cia ta taof 3
of 1SSS 1SS of Princeton University has depos deposited deposIted 3 3tied ¬
ited with tth tho
university uDIerslt treasurer an en endowment endowment c cdowinent ¬
dowment of 1S50 for a class cJa library or ormetaphysics o omotaphyske ofmetaphysics I
metaphysics and logic Of this amount amounttlOOO smoun t tlOdO
tlOOO 1000 IB to be permanently permanenU Invested and and andthe a id j
the Interest used in purchasing book bookwhile bookwbllo bookwhIle
while the remainder 8 810 is to be expend expeni II ¬
ed c l at once onceThe oneeThe onceThe
The new collodion e lloeUon of books will be ie add adi 1 ¬
ed to the library lIbra on ethics ethlc founded by I y r
Mrs Chariot barloi V Alexander and will 111 fur fu 1 ¬
nish tsh the philosophical pblhwophl l department with a
very tof > complete equipment equipmentIll
Ill ill buving l in rlin rinr IIn or iFi tirii t Jriof < < ftmiiure L i u
C Ii < sin n 1 io tj 14 HII 4 < > Ci Sft first r1 ist istMr t lon lonrO 10 10Jor
Jor rO I t lif lHot t rteiilt r lll Silc ik k tvtiv tVUY tU Saiiinljv 10 a in inJlcud IUlItenl is1cti1
Jlcud 1cti1 yonr our Fences Se > Illlioj 1lbh ihhey < A 1 Co CoPittuis 0 0Pld 0PILiL5
Pittuis Pld > rsv fIfi nni mw at 104 l X 1 t
Xlucteen Ni NiSh neteen Italians handcuffed anil anilSent nnllSent nndSent
Sent to the Gnaril Tent TentCROTON TentCROTO TentCROTON
CROTON CROTO LANDING N Y April 19 19Sheriff IDSherifi
Sheriff Sh eriff Molloy arrived here from Tarry Tarrytown T Tarrywn rry rrytown
town to wn early this morning with warrants for forstrike forstrike forrike
strike st stfo rike leaders and Immediately set about aboutmaking aboutmaking aboutaking
making m aking arrests A cordon of sentrie was wasformed wasformed Wasrmed
formed fo rmed all about the Italian settlements settlementsand 5etUemllntsand
and an d the sheriff with his deputies md nd a aguard aguard aard
guard gu ard of soldiers went from house to tohouse tohoUe touse
house ho use Up to 11 oclock nineteen niseteen men tad tadbeen tadbeen baden
been be en arrested five of whom were Samuel SamuelPettlnato SamuelPottlnato Samuelottlnato
Pettlnato P ottlnato hack driver Mariello Uotella Uotellasaloonkeeper Uotellasaloonkeeper ltotelialoonkeeper
saloonkeeper sa saer and Interpreter for the strik strikers strikers struta ¬
ers er a Antonio ntonlo Rotolla the saloonkeepers saloonkeepersson
son so n a man of the name Dlan of Guzzi and An Antonio Antonln ¬
tonio to nin Mastagrano lIasta gran 0 grocery and dry goods goodsstore boodsstore
store st ore proprietors proprietorsThese proprietorsThese
These arrests were all made In the Bow Bowery Bowery ¬
ery cr y and the prisoners were handcuffed in inpairs Inpairs
pairs pa irs and sent to the guard buat l tent at head headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters quartersThere quartersThere q uarters uartersThere
There was practically no change In the thesituation thesituatIon
situation si tuation at the dam today as far as the thenumber tbonumber
number n of returning workmen were cencerned cencerned cen
c cerned ce rned No more common laborers went ent to towork toworl
Y work w ork and of the 200 OO men who responded respondedtoday respondedtoday
t today to day 175 were the skilled workmen who whohad whohad
j had ha d never struck but who bo merely merel had to toquit toquit
quit qu it when tho operations at the new dam damteased dam1ealled darnaaed
teased e aaed The men still ask 1 150 JO a day for foreight roreight
eight ei ght hours instead of Jl26 125 for a artay a111Y
Jfl rtay da y of ten hours Many Ian conferences wereneld were ere erenell1
neld D ew late yesterday afternoon and last lastaight lut1lght
aight ni ght between the contractors the strik striktrs strikrs
trs ir rs s the sheriff and nd his deputies deputiesOEDERS deputiesORDERS deputiesORDERS
r The T he COIINU nt Aeiv eV York to JIlKro JIlKroKiirtl JlMrcanrll
Kiirtl nrll the Croton Dam Affair AffairROME anlr
ROME RO E April 19 19The The Government bas bascable hascable
cable c < the Italian Consul at New York not notto notto
to t o concern himself about the Croton Dam Damstrikers Damstrikers
strikers s unless they continue their disor disorderly dlordery ¬
derly d < erly conduct conductThe conductThe
The Premier Lieutenant General Pel Pelloux pelloux
loux l out called at the American Embassy to today to today toay ¬
day d ay and expressed his regret at the mur murder murder ¬
der d er of Sergeant Douglass He also eon condemned eondemned ¬
demned d < emned the author of tile outrage outragePROGBESS outragePROGRESS
ChlutlIeJ C liliiesc 1lInntlcll Hnthcrln nod nnllJrllllnJt
Drilling nt TienTain TienTainSAN IlenToihiSAN
SAN FRANCISCO FRA CISCO Cal April 19 19Coples 19Coplesof Copies Copiesof
of o f Shanghai newspapers just received here heregive hereglo
give g ive some startling details of the progress progressmade pregresmade
made m ade by the Boxers the Chinese Society Societywhose Soeletywhose
whose w hose members mombersare are pledged to the exter extermination extermination ¬
mination I of foreigners and native Chris Christians ChrlUans ¬
tians t They are now collected in large largenumbers largenumbers
numbers n in TienTain iaetead ia of being
406 4 O miles away as they were a month ago agoThey agoThey
They are gaining saialng recruits sally and andthough andthough
though t the officials deny reports of daily dailydrills dallydrills dsiI
drills d rills by organized org alaed band abundant evi evidence eIdeDce ¬
dence d euce is forthcoming to show that the etA official Iclal ¬
cial c ial denials are valueless valuelessA
A proclamation has been scattered scatteredbroadcast seaHerEMbroatkaetaaiDg sestteretroadcast i
broadcast broatkaetaaiDg b saying that the t e Baddblct Dlld l gods godsare I
are a re angered by the spread of the Catholic Catholicaad Cat ollc i
aad Protestant religions and aad that if tbe tbeforeign t1letoreign tb
foreign f religions are areBOt an not destroyed there therewill tJterewill ther t
will Wit be no rala Mil drought aad as famine faminewill tallllDewit 1
will prevail Recruits are required to take takesolemn lMce601emn tak i
solemn o oaths to drive out o t the foreigners foreignersThe torelgnersThe
The Boxers openly avow ow their intention to tomake tomake Itmake I
make a suddeH onslaught on foreigners foreignersjust foreignersjust foreignersust
just j ust as they thp avowed that they would ge to toTienTsiH toTlenTsiR I ITienTsln
TienTsiH TienTsiHTbe TlenTsiRThe
The press asserts that there can be no nodoubt DOdoubt p piouht
doubt that the Boxer Boxerare are secretly encour encouraged eD eseowrged CMlr CMlraged ¬
aged a ged by b the government and ftlate aloetestae UI of ofthe DCthe 01 01the
the officials officialsBEATING o kialsBEATING olScialsBEATING
BEATING THE ALIEN LAW LAWJiiliimee LAWJUlllluloie LAWJztiinntse
Jiiliimee Laborers Supplied AVIth AVIthMoney VitIj Itil I Ilotie
Money 1 lotie UII < to to rn Pass I InI ItsieIIon ItsieIIonSEATTLE > i peetion peetionSEATTLE < ttlun ttlunSEATTL
SEATTLE Wash April 10 19Snee Since Feb February lcbruary Fobruary ¬
ruary about 2COO OOO Japanese Japane laborers bave bavebeen Mebeen S
been brought into Puget Sound district districtaad distrIctaad L
aad 2000 OOO more are scheduled to arrive by byMay bylIay b bMay r
May 1 It Is averted that the alien con contract contract eontract ¬
tract labor law is being openly and outra outrageously outrageously ¬
geously violated by b mea interested in inbringing inbrin Is Isbringing t
bringing brin iD cheap labor to the United States StatesAt StatosAt
At the inspection by the United States StatesGovernment StatesGovenment StatetGovenment S
Govenment officials each immigrant must mustshow must8MYo inusi L Lshow
show 30 in cash under penalty of being beingsent beingsent beingsent
sent back as a pauper Two schemes it itis itIs ii L
is i s charged are being worked to beat in inspection inspeetlol1 InspOetiOn ¬
spection and defeat the law The money moneyused mODeyused moue r
used by b one immigrant Is cleverly convey conveyed cOBeyell coaveyed ¬
ed to the next and so on until 30 Ias IasdODO Ia > as asdone S
done duty for perhaps 290 arrivals arrivalsThe arrlrnlsThe
The other plan is somewhat more expen expensive expenshoe oxpensive ¬
sive but less liable to detection Each im immigrant Jmmigrant immigrant ¬
migrant gets 30 upon the arrival of ofship a aship aship
ship from an agent who goes aboard at atPort atPort al I
Port Townsend the arrangement alT1ln ement being I
that each shall give up his 90 O as coon on as ashe ashe ai S She
he lands landsFROM landsPROM
Sujxar 1I tr Ilnittatlnn Inliorcr Shipped ShippedA ShllICll ShllICllnlt IiillC4 I
A niiiMt Their IVIII IVIIISAN ili ilii
i SAN FRANCISCO April 1Eleyen Eleven Ty Tyrolese T Troletle
rolese laborers labrers were carried crrie away yester yesterday > eter ¬
day 8 to Hawaii lawlI against aglnat their will wi and an eleven elevenothers elevenothers I
others escaped eped in this thi city ciy They Tey were werehired wereblrEd
hired in Tyrel to work on Hawaiian HawaIan sugar sugarlantaticus spr sprlantat sui
lantaticus lantat 3 at 1 per day da This somod soemeO soemeOarge soeme i inrge
large arge to them but bt when hen they arrived nred hare hareind horend S Stnd
ind nd talked tlked with wih some l0me of their countrymen countrymenthey eountrmenthey 1 1they
they became becme dissatisfied dissatisfiedPending dll dissatisfiedlending ufe
Pending the sailing sUng of their steamer steamerthey stemer stemerthey r rthey
they were em allowed anowd to stay aboard aboardthe alrd alrdthe sheen I Ithe
the vessel but got their meals mels ashore ashoreHalf ashoreHal ashoreunit
Half Hal of o them became b me so wrought wroug t up over overthe oerthe ove r rthe
the stories ttorles told of life lfe on sugar agr planta plantations plantatons plantations ¬
tions tons that they thtY deserted and were hidden hiddenon 11 11on
I on shore by friends The remainder ap appealed appea1ed uppealed ¬
pealed to Austrian Consul Korbel who at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to secure their release relese but the tbeFederal theFederal tb e eFederal
Federal authorities authoriies refused to interfere interfereas i ias
as Hawaii HawaI is still stl treated as a foreign foreigncountry toreigncountr a acountry
country countr Before the consul could
Deore culd secure ha habeas babeas habean ¬
beas corpus corus papers the steamer sailed sailedThe saied saiedThe sailedThe
The Austrian Consul says the Southern SouthernPacific Suthern SuthernPaclf II IIPacifin
Pacific Paclf Company which runs the steamers steamersintended steamersIntended I Iintended
intended to prevent the people from re regaining regaining regaining ¬
gaining gaining their freedom and he will wi refer referthe refe r rthe
reer reerthe
the matter to Washington and Vienna ViennaAPTEB Ylenna YlennaAFR VicansAFEER
The Most luMt Imjiorfnllt
Important Proltlem Irollem in inTransContinental Inrrnu l I Irraisctui
TransContinental rrnu rraisctui Co l t Inenfnl Triune TriuneDENVER Irnle IrnleDE rnlfle rnlfleDENVER
DENVER DE VER Cot Col April prH 19 19Prttent 19PrttentDurt 19Presiden President PresidentBurt t tBurt
Burt of the Union CnlonPaclnc Pacific
Railway Raihv has hasbeen hasbeen ha a absen
been in Wyoming going over the big im improvements L Lproveiflents
provements ordered orderel and contemplated contempJate on onthe onthe o n nthe
the main line lne from Cheyenne to Ogdcn OgdcnHe Ogen OgenHe I Ilie
He says sys much of the main min line lne between bet een eenpenne n nCheyeane
Cheyenne ed penne and Omaha will wi be doubletrack doubletracked dObletraek dObletraekThe t ted
The Oriental OrieJal trade js assuming aunln great greatproportions Ireat IreatpropoUonl gret It Itproportions
proportions propoUonl he sold fl and an < it is J now a aease aeEO aease
ease eEO of westward stard the star far of o commerce commercetakes commece commecet me metakes
takes t ke its It way Before Deore long the Siberian SiberianRailway Sibrinn SibrinnRdlway n nRailway
Railway will mi link IhtI the t two aemhrphcrea Jmlb r and andthe as id idthe
the road rod that ha b aa 41 A entrance ta e he 1n Pa 1 Pt I Isrn
stfte srn I Coast Coes is I the forfjnate lrJnate line lie lielk uscsis
tiik lk sis > our 01 drusrsriMt Irubf far Ivretol IvretolsiaT Ir Krctol1i tnl j
1 1i Ld bi3isa 1II r Lti t tt rirg finii ti fir t g gsuft a
I siaT k I Co Cor 1f I tc c is suft I i Rt R tjii 1 ti tiNJ t tii
r NJ > d Ixt t rtiir rn r < v d 1 g rd 1 itt In InI iflI
I 1 1il 2 I by > 1 lZIudi lh th IMckctM lh1 4 1 ft tn tnI
Le I i t d P L L c
Ali Au Ferronji Ferlon lr Bey Confers Confcrsiith yitli Vib Act ct cting
ins ing ill Secretary Hill HillPorte Ji Jilhc
lhc Tu e Reltrecltntc Representaltee or tb the < Sublime SublhneIorte
Porte Given Glen to Untler Cnlerltntl Unilerstand timil That TbntAmerlu
America Ix in Earnest in Jcr Her lie Ue11Ulll Dcbiaziil
11Ulll biaziil for Illlemnlqulck IndentitityQuick Acton Actoncecnr Action
XcccttNnry cecnr ecessnry to 5 Avoid 011 SeriouK Sc lout Results UCoiuUSAU
All Ferrouh Bay Be the Turkish Trkish Minister Ministercalled lnl ter tercaned
called ca lled at at the thi State Department Department today and andhad andhad
had ha d a tenminute conversation tonarsaton with Act Aciins ActIng
ins la g Secretary Hill about the claim caim of the theUnited theUnlod thenited
United Unlod U nited States for indemnity on account acount of ofdamage ofdamage ofmage
damage da mage done to American property proprty during duringtbe turlut duringa
tbe Us a Armenian troubles trouble No 0 ultimatum was wasdelivered wasdelvered
delivered delvered de dere livered to the Minister nlstor and no threat thret of ofretaliation ofretalaton oftaliation
retaliation retalaton re taliation against Turkey was insinuated insinuatedbut Insinuatedbut Insinuatedt
but bu t the Minister fnlster carried carriel away from the theDepartment theDepartment
Department D epartment the idea that the situation situationwas sllaton sllatonwa
was wa w as exceedingly eceedlnely gr gle gx5e ve and that tt serious seriousconsequences
cnsequeces consequences co nsequences to Turkey Trke could be avoided avoidedonly Roldedonly
only on ly by b speed in compliance complance on her bel part partwith art artwih
with wih wi th the American Americn demand demandThe demandThe
The impression imvrCslon given in I despatches despaUes from fromWashington tramWasllreton fromaslIrgton
Wasllreton W Washington aslIrgton that the United enied States Stateig is p ay aying
Ins in s a game of bluff bluf and has no intention intentionof intenton intentonor
of adopting adoptng extreme measures if l Turkey Turkeydoes Turkoydoes
does do es not pay the te indemnity indemniy demanded is isnot j jnot
not no t based on anything anrhlng more than thn surmise surmiseThe stumiieThe I i
The T he State Stte Department Departent Is apparently apprcnty intent intenton inl nt nton I
on o oq n bringing the matter mater ia a 3 concluson conclusonquickly cndufon j I
quickly q uckiy It I is admitted dmlted officially ofcialy that the tbeGovernment theGoernment
1 Government G overnment has gone too far to recede rde fro frodoptlng froas n nadopting
adopting a radical radicl measures measre if I Turkey does doesnot doesnot I
not n ot redeem redeeI the Sultans Sultns promise llromls to pay paythe y ythe
the th e indemnity Indemniy The pride Jrlde of the United UnitedStates UntO Unitedtates
States S tates Is I involved 1Dohe to suoh an extent oxtelt taat taatfailure tatfaiure taatilure
failure faiure fa ilure to act in a positive way a would wul it is isexplained Isexplained
explained e place the Government in a ri ridiculous iiculous ¬
diculous di culous attitude atttude before btor the world worldThere worldThere worldThere r
There Is no present preent intention Intenton on the part partof
of o f the th Government GOernment to send a fleet feet to Smyr Smyrna 3m prt prtof r rna ¬
na n a to t 16 back up a demard demnId for the payment paymentof
pmeot pmeotor
of o oc f damages That course cOlrse was considered consideredcarefully cnsiderd cnsiderdcrerul
carefully c but was deemed
crerul blt demed nnnecessary
and ad a ae nd Impracticable impractcble at this time tme UnnCeHr The Gov Governments GO GOemmenls 1evruments ¬
ernments emmenls e plan vhl of action acton to be b applied appl in inI inthe
I the t he event that the money monc is not paid BOOB j
is to recall rel Mr Ir Criscow Crlsom the American Americn
Ch Charge C harge dAffaires dAfaIres at Constantinople COnaDtn e and
hand h and AH Ferrouh Ferrh Bey his passports pst hop ¬
ing ID f ng such action cton will wll have the effect efet of
bringing binging b Turkey Tkey to a realization relzton of the thetemper thetemper
temper t emper of the United Cnle States StatesThe State
The Turkish Minister lnilter says that his Gov Goveminent Govprnment Govrnment
eminent e Is not liable lable for the indemnity Int6Dlty
because huse b ecause no proof has been submitted submlU that thatthe tht thtthe
the t he damage to American Americn property prorty In Ar Armenia Armenll1 ¬
menia n was indicted In lte by Turkish Turkuh subjects subjectsand subjets
and aD a at nd that there is an agreement agement between betweenthe bweeB bweeBthe j
the t he
two governments that this proof must mut
be b b e had before Turkey can be b held por liable liableHe liabe
He l ie says sy also that the Sultan Slan did dk not Bt prom promise po ¬
ise l ee to the
pay indemnity
Is py indemniy Surprise Is I ex expressed expree ¬
pressed pree p ressed in Government Go > ornment circles ircl over these thesestatements tbe tbestatements
statements s as the Government Gov rDIEDt bas evi evidence elde ccleoce ¬
dence de d eoce of the Sultans Sultn acknowledgment akDlemeBt of ofthe
the justice jlstle of the claim CIs1 and aa ate JtI promise promiseto
to t o pay py it It it This promise proise according 3 rdlBe to of official ¬
ficial fcial A cial documents doument oa o file fle at the tle State De Department D o ¬
several Iverl s partment prtment p times timesOfficials was al not made mae once onc only tlly but butseveral bt btIverl
Officials 01 here hee say they Ule know lDW of na D agree agreement ag ¬
ment s Bt with wth the Sttan S in I the th H Latn xatter utter that thatoffsets Ut
offsets o 5 the Sultans pledge that
o StISRS plte tht the U in indemnity Indemniy ¬
demnity demniy d will wi be b forthcoming rotboIlag rotboIlagAU forthcomingAlt
AM Ferrouh Ferob Bey De the Turkish Ttr1hs Minister Ministermade Utrmae
made mae the following statement atteRt to a Time Timereporter TI
reporter reJrter r this thi afternoon afternoonThe aferD aferDThe
The noise nl in the newspapers Jpper in the thecountry tl
country eentr wilLjnot wl1 o affect t t tbe friendly rrcdty re relationsbet re ¬
lationsbet IatlstwecB lationabetween weca the two countries cMate I 1hpe
hope hpe and aD think that the question tu li will willbe wi wiltbe
be b settled stle in an amicable amicbe manner The Theamount Te Teamont
amount amont involved invohel is entirely etreIy too to small smallto S1 assailto
to cause cuse a rupture rupure and there ti ere is i BO BOdoubt D nodoubt
doubt dbt but bt that tht it will wi be settled lette to the thesatisfaction tBesUstaction thesatisfaction
satisfaction of both
sUstaction governments governmentsThe goverameats goveremestsThe
The he newspapers nCpape have greatly retlJ crag exaggerated eragberated ¬
gerated the affair afair and an are making a agreat agreat agreat
great fuss about abt it I while whie the amount amn is isnot i isnot
not quite 1160000 160000 which bl k
quie 6000 as yo YO yoc see seeis ee eeIe
is too small ImU to cause any as > serious 8ers com cm cmplcatos cornpiieations complications ¬
plications plicationsI plcatos plcatosI
I have often oCen said iak that my Govern Government Covn ¬
meet was wa not no responsible r oDbe for the sat eairages Bt Btrages
rages committed comite upon UPB Americas Am la prop property JO ¬
erty ert during the Armenian AreRlaa troubles trobe bat batthere bt btthere
there is no doubt doub that everything tverllDg will willbe wi wiltbe
be settled setto satisfactorily satisfactorilyThe satisfactorly satisfactorlyTe
The Te Interview between btwo n Acting ActD Secretary Seretr Secretsr
1i Hill JI 1 1111 and the Turkish Minister lnlser today tea will willU wi
U I i t is believed btleved serve to bring matters to toead a ahead ahead
head h he ead as the Minister will wi inform his Gov Government G9YerDme 1evrninetit ¬
ernment erDme e t by telegraph telegrph of the attitude atUtle of ofthe a el elhe
the t he United tTDted States State as explained explalae by the tle Act ActMINISTER Ac
Ing l ag Sertr SertrMSTER Secretary SecretaryIZIINISTER
He le l ie Sny Sn ± ny the iH t he i ito Oltll nittt Ihrl Vlirr Irolllhell Irolllhellto lroni Iei I
to Iny In th til the 4 tl tlNEW Clniin ln1n ln1nEW
NEW EW YORK YORK April Apl IS ItOr 19Oscar Oscar S Straus StrausUnited Strau
United States Stte Minister lnieter to Turkey T e who wlo bas basbeen h I
been bel b eea at home on leave 16ve of o absence abee since sinceFebruary slu alnetFebruary
February Febury S admitted amite this thi morning mralDg that thatthe tht thtthe I
the t he situation ltutOD In regard regrd to the tle BeB BOBpayn nt ntr at atof I
of o r the Armenian AreBlaJ Indemnity InemDt was wa a adite aditeoae adolicati delicate delicateone r
one o ne Whether tbr or net the tl State Stte Department Departmentintended Deprtmeat DeprtmeatIntead t tntended
intended Intead i immediately immeatey te seed a aa ultima ultimatum ultm ¬
tum UU t urn to the Sultan SulaR Sultanor or whether Secretary SecretaryHays Secreary Seeretsr r
Hays 185 h ays visit 18f to Nevr ew York hart resulted rele in a asolution atluUO m molutioa I
solution tluUO s of the question q elo Mr r Straus St said ah he hewas hewas hi e ewas
was not at liberty Ibeny to state stateThe ste steThe stateThe
The matter matt r Is Is I the hands hndl of the te Sato SatoDepartmentaxid SatnDepartmenthl SatiDepartmentsaid
Departmentaxid Departmenthl Mr Ir Stiaus and sn all l in information informaton information ¬
formation formaton as a to the measures reasure to t be adopt adopted adopted adoptml ¬
ed to force tore the Sultan Sulan to keep kepp his prom promise promiee promice ¬
ice to pay p1 this J160000 80000 claim caim must mut come cam camfrom
from Washington The situation dtuaton is In Indeedv Indeed indeed
deed deed a delicate decate one and I regard regrd it as asgrave asgrave a S Sgrave
grave unless un1eS the Sultan Sultn promptly prompty fullfiils tuUfUs 5
hs promises promlse Three times tmes he has hs definite definitely defDie defDieI definitestated ¬
ly I stated his intention of paying paYlnl tho in indemnity indemnity indemnity ¬
demnity He promised promise fn n December 18US 18USshortly 18 18sborty 1591shortly
shortly sborty after afer my arrival arl in Constantinople Constantinopleagain Contantnovlo Contantnovloagin Constantinopleagain
again agin in June Jun of 1S03 lS aa3 aniI a a third time timeshortly tie tieshorty timeshortly
shortly shorty before fore I left leftMr lefl leftMr
Mr Ir Straus would not state whether hether or ornot o o a anot
not his his leave of absence absnce was for merely merelypersonal merei mereipersonal erel erelperonal
personal peronal and business busines reasons or whether whetherIt wbetherI r rit
It I was supposed suppose to imply Impl > a threat of a asevering aseering asevering
severing of diplomatic diplomatc relations relatons between betweenthe betweenthe n nthe
the United Unite States Sttes and Turkey Trke in case ce the theSultan theSulan tim 0 0Sultan
Sultan Sulan persisted in his hs delay delayShall deJy deJyShaH delayShall
Shall you remain in the United States Statesuntil State State S Suntil
until untl this matter mater is settled setled or is there a apossibility aj3siblty apossibility
possibility j3siblty that you may return as a me mediator mediator mediator ¬
diator in case the Sultan SUlan continues contnus his hi S
delay 2 was wa asked askedThat askedTat askedThat
That Tat depends on the action acton of the tb
State Department said Mr fr Straus Strausshould I Ishould Ishould
should be very glad to be t relieved releved of my ta 5
mission to Turkey but I am a true and aai ii
loyal son nevertheless and must obey obe S
the orders orers of my Government I conducted coniucted i
the negotiations negotatons through r til l the stages stage of a
diplomacy and did my best to avoid fric ¬
tion ton but I assured th the Sultan however howeverthai howevertha howevemthai
thai tha our Government expected him himpromptly himprompty bin a apromptly
promptly prompty to fulfil fllIl ruIn hs promises The T claims claimswere claimswere claim claimwere
were carefully crefuly investigated by b the Minis Inls ¬
tar of Foreign For ign Affairs Afairs and by the te Council Councilsi ii iiat
si l Ministers nistes and the latter laler body bd reported reprted Cunci LI
to the Sultan recommending recmmending payment payent I
impressed Impreed upon him that good faith t tt as aswell aswen a S Swelt
well as harmonious relations relatons demanded demandedthe dennlne
the payment paymentJobs payment paymentJohn
John Hay Secretary Seceta of State Sate was w at the Ui e
Holland SJlnd l flaml House Hous today He could oJ not be bewen beqe b a aseen
wen wenYurfalkAVushltiKton qe qefrrolkIhln seenynrfoiZcAVuiltiitoii
YurfalkAVushltiKton frrolkIhln ton Stcnuiliont 5t n lot Co CoiteliSfctfal Co1ttfe Ct CtflitItbtf1
iteliSfctfal 1ttfe trips trps d d dilly Uy at 630 6 p m m to Old Oi Paint Paintrivfcirt roletn Poli it itntt
rivfcirt n ntt t Nt7 eaiQtt t Kcws Nc Norfolk SQrfok and Turin b
Bcjilu ncJt I ii Fcr F seted schedule t Se pigc J e7 e7lnr 7 7ctinr Yni1 rf rflnr
< > ctinr lnr lnr Poets rurt S ft lonjr 5 j > ct ctccrer et1T etr etrreter
ccrer 1T r decay d best bCt made nde Call aU at t 6tlT 6ta4i CtluseI ami N T
Mr lr Mrpa Mclvlule MeICiuleynnd IchlnIer > nu nnt < l Party inrt Leave lor lorIaterMOM lorlnterllu or orPaterson
lnterllu Paterson X c cThe J JThe JThe
The President and Mrs lrB McKinley and acdparty andpnry andrty
P party pnry pa rty left lef this morning at 14oclok lO 1OocIok ocloste via viathe
the th e Pennsylvania Pennylvna lines In for to Pateron Paterson N XJ NJ Nwhere
J 1Ga 1 where they will wi be the tbeueatS guests get of Mrs MrsGarret Mrsrret MrsGarret
Garret Ga Gawi rret A A Hobart until unl Saturday Saluday They Theywill Theywi Theyll
will wi wi ll reach New ew York on thft tntit day and in inthe inthe
the th e evening te the President Pesdent will wJl address addreS the theCongress theCongres thengress
C Congress Congres Co Cogte ngress of Protestant Missions slons in Carne Carnegie Carnegie CameHalt ¬
S1 gie Hall HallSunday HallSunday HaltSunday
Sunday the President aid Mrs Mr McKinley McKinleywill McKinleyll lcKinleywi
will wi wi wipr ll leave for Canton to Supervise upeMise im improvements Improement Itoovomeats ¬
provements proement pr ovomeats at the McKinley lcKntey i te evidence tesideneeturning evidenceReturning ldence ldenceneturnln
Returning neturnln Re Reab turning they will wil reach Washington Washingtonabout Wa WasbingtonoutThurulay lnton lntonaoout
about ab abth outThurulay Thursday Thuny next next The Tepny Tbeparty party leaing leaingthis leatingis
this th is morning included the President Pesident Mrs MrsMcKlnlcy MrscKinley
McKinley M cKinley Secretary Secretar George Cortelyou CortelyouMrs Cortelou CortelouIr
Mrs M Ir rs Garret A Hobart Hobart and Garret A Ho Hobart ¬
bart bar ha hava rt jr The trip tip is being made ide in a pii piivate private pu pute
vate va te car attached attched to regular rgla train trainTHE trln trlnTH trains
The Tu e I Ircsident r I tnt t to Attend tc d Memorial llcniorlalnt l nlorlnl nlorlnlnt
Services nt Carroll CarolfiJnl hell UlnllPATERSON
PATERSON X J 1 April ia 19The 19The The special specialtrain peeal peealtrain
train tr ain bearing President Predent and Mrs frs McKin McKinley McKiny lcln lclnloy ¬
ley le y Mrs Irs Hobart Hobrt and an the other members membersof melnbrs melnbrsor
of the party will wi arrive ar in this ths city cty at
320 3 20 oclock ocloK The party Wl will alight at the theBroadway tbeDrodway
Broadway Drodway Br Brbe oadway station staton and there thee carriages rase will willbe wi
be b In waiting waing to drive them to Carroll CarrollHall rroll rroll1al
Hall HallIn 1al H all
In all al probability probUty President Present McKinley McKinleyMrs lclnleyr
Mrs M r rs McKinley and aD Mrs r Hobart Hobt with withGarret wih wihGarret witharret
Garret G arret Hobrt Hobart jr will wi attend ated the memo memorial omo omorial ¬
n rial a services eriee tonight at the Baraet Daret Temple TempleThe Templehe
The T he party prty will wn remain in this thi city cty until untilturday
Saturday Stury Sa turday morning when they will wi go g to toew toew
New N ew York to attend atend the conference conerence ontoeig on onforeign onreign
foreign toeig fo reign missions misions at Carnegie Carele Hall on Sat Saturday Satday
urday ur day evening The President lroldent and an Mrs MrsMcKinley
McKinley M MM 1cKlnley cKinley will wi be b the private prte guests gest of ofMrs otIr cirs i
Mrs M Ir rs Hobart Hobrt while whie here no invitations invitationshaving InvIttons InvIttonshavin I Iaving
having havin h aving been ben issued Isu to any one O to meet meetthem meetem
them th em Carroll CrroU Hall Hal is being beil beln put In readi readiness real realno ¬
ness no n coa for the theTecepUo theTecepUoTH tbereceptioaTEE > receptioa receptioaTHE
DiKcnKhlou D of the SInl avul Ai Altllrolrl Altllrolrlufal Approlriotious > i ronrl ronrlntioii
ntioii ufal Hill III Continued ContinuedConsideration < ontnul
Consideration Conideraton of the tle Xaval avai Appropria Appropriation Appopria Appopriaton ¬
tion ton ti on bill bi for the fourth tourh consecutive COICU day daywas daywas dayas r
w was as resumed reume in the House House today tAY immedi immediately Imtel Imtelatel hamediely ¬
ately atel at ely after afer the th reading of the journal JmJ The Thematter Thematter I
matter m atter in order at that tine thB was a the le para paragraph par parsraph ¬
graph gph g raph appropriating pproplaUog SIMM n for fo ocean ocen and andlake I Ike
lake la ke surveys 80Mes It Is proposed propsd sropose practically pcHcly to toestablish toetabUsh ti
establish etabUsh e a new coast ca t survey to t be b under underthe uDderthe
the t he naval Dal control cntol which would wold parallel parallelthe pralel praleltho I
the th e present peseat Coast Cost Survey Surey HJtdfer le the Treas Treasury Treasury ¬
ury u ry Department Dprtment In place plcet at it Mr Ir Can Canaoo CanBO
BO s aoo oil offered olere a substitute StNUtute for e paragraph paragraphappropriating pragaph pragaphapreritng
apreritng a appropriating ne 16040 for ocean oan surveys surveysr suntoys4ne
n r v Hntj nt the narmnr rarpral tarsgraei h U I the WU bt Mr MrMoody Mroody lr lroy
Moody M oy oody reviewed relewe the history JMo of the present peent peentCoast piesenioast
Coast C oast Survey Surey In the efforts efort that tht had hd been ben bento 1
made m ade to transfer tner it I to t the tba tbauot tODUO ton
uot UO u ot of toe ti Nary I Department D slate IIRe JSC JSCwhen S Shen
when w bD hen it i bad ha bees takes tkeR sy 7 from k that thatDepartment thatartJt the
Department D epartment artJt spec the th roeomtoendatloo roeentl of ofthe e ehe f
the t he Secretary Seeta7 thereof tier If 1 If this tb military militarysurvey mllftar r rorvoy
survey s une were established e establishedbe llhe be Mid the tJt pros present J6 prosat ¬
eat e at Coast Cot Survey Sune would wel have e to be b abet abolished ab abetsbod ¬
I ished ishedTbe sbodThe
The Secretary Sretl o of < rf rfce he JC Navy r wrote wroe to tbe th 0 0pesker
Speaker Spker S pesker yesterday yeey telling teUDg him Shl that tht t tdtDDt the thedepartment lb C Ceportment
department dtDDt d eportment at present prt was 1447 oScers oScersshort B Bbort
a short of o the ti number DUMb Jey aeeasasy eajjuy to i man mn the theskips tkeP th 8 8hipo
skips a P now DW la the tl eataMtUMMMK etDt Was Wa it itlikely I t tkely
lkey li likely kely Xr r Moody oody y ask asked 4 tttt the thes theory S ere eretary
t tary t ory would we expect ept Congiefe Cag t to exte etM extsasi d f the theactivities tb C Cctivities
activities aUttl a of o the tb Navy Det Pipartmeat over fe a aproper aroper
proper p p roper civilian dl service lc wfcr w It I was w short shor t
IH 1 1447 447 officers officersThe otAcersThe
The T Navy aYY had I not D the ers ottftrm men e sad sadshlps sni t
shlps s si I HIps to ao d 4o the worfc w work < i sad ad WMilll muli B not ot do doIt t 0 0t
It i t economically ellJ IB I aajes ac aYeaVO Xtral Tl oflkers oflkerstoo o oeen I Ioo
too t oo ho 10 saW Hi were n sot B as SMeBt at fer this thisw thiswk thi thiork
wk w ork as tM tllcers r 0 of tb Ct Coast S4rY S4rYa Svr Svrad
s w a ad eaaaot c anot d d do it i so 8 well It would 1Oh be a agreat aJet areat
Jet great g reat mistake tae eve of e the te worst 1t steps eJ that thatto thatC tha t tsuld
C e suld b be tke takes wee were Ceg Cegrsa to abolish a a agreet aSMt arett
greet SMt rett cirlllaa c11 department rtB sad aa snbsttaMe Bube a anecessarily aIly aeceasarily
meSL necessarily Ily s inferior le mllKary at establish eetsblishINSPECTION ebt1 establishmeSL
1 1lntr
i ratr lntr nlllitKrr nllllJ Cnll Celia for Iteport Iteporton n ptrt ptrton t ton
on the 11 lii Subject SnltjretMr SnbJ SubjectMr < ct ctr
Mr r Olige Oalliager today t8ly iatreatoeed ne in the theSeaate theSte Ui e eenate
Ste S Seaate enate a resolettam rellk which wll was agreed agree to todirecting tortDg tt tttrecting
4 directing rtDg the District Dtrrt Pnaimtiirlnnnri Ine to tofvraioh tofaW t 0 0araish
fvraioh faW f the be Senate Ste with a report r from the theIsvpector thelto tim e enspector
Isvpector lto i of 0 Dairy Dir Products PuS showing 1h 1RC the thequality thequliy tim a auality
quliy q quality aad al ronditioo Nlti of f milk mtk and aD cream creamsoW cm cmsl crest a aoW
sl s soW oW la the District Dtrkt of e Columbia umba and andwhether aDdwl an d
whether wl the t e same 0 coataicf ctd contatn a aD asy y foreign foreignaubsUnces a
s aubsUnces Mt e deleterious dele te be US It and if J so soto S So 5s
to t o give gve a description desrpUo of e s sh th substances substancesaad lotanes lotanesa t tnd
aad a a nd suggest wgget legislation JeglUoR to arreet rrect et the evil evilSETTIJNG 1 1SETLG I ISETILING
Dnviil I zuvid Torrrnee Turxrlef to Ilnve Irn 55OO OOOO OOOOFrom OOOOFrom 0 0Frouii
From Ills 110 KutherM KNtnte KNtnteCHICAGO BtnteCHCAGO
CHICAGO CHCAGO April Apf 19 ISJte 19Sedge Jwfee Burke at atthe attie s she It
the tie t he Instance InKe of e the t Illinois ItDIS Trust TM and 1U11 Sav Saviags Sa Sa Sags
lag I iags gs Bank Bnk estcutors uu of o fihe i be rift rl of o the tie late lateGeneral laleGeerl 1st IC ICeoersl
General Geerl G eoersl Joseph 8 Torreace Torrene aad of r the other otherheirs oler olerher otht n neirs
heirs her h eirs and andiegatees Jegatees Jegte of the will wil has b issued W a aTorrenee a11ee aecree
11ee d ecree reuiring requiring the ha bsik to pay to Dai Davi id idTemrence
Torrenee ao soa of r the th deeea deeeassl ed a i G1 M in insettlement instt I a aettlement
settlement stt s t of o alt the th costs l cmims elm against againsthis aolDt aolDtlie again it it41e
his lie 41e fathers estate eate The T de c e will m be b fol followed folwed to I Iowed ¬
lowed l wed by the dismissal dial of Ld vid Tarreoees Tarreoeessuit rreBes rreBesstlt s sIi
suit stlt s uit against agl the tb persons pn iiam naaed d ia the will willDavid wl wil Ii
David Dvd Torreace Torre e was Wa beta 1mm o General Oeand Tor Torreace To Toeace r ¬
reace r eace and an his bi I arst wife ia I ISC 1 The pa parents p ps psents ¬
rents Jnt r were divorced chorce in i ISS IS ram tbe tbetime tbetme ti tiime
time tme t ime of 0 his birth the no bs b mt m t been ben beenmember a amember amemBro
member memBro of the he generals geRels family familyCHARGED tayCHGB familyCKARGED
Albert Cuntley onH on Trjcl dcI ejiti nt Hicli Hicliiii IUchIIOII Stir 1 1itittlid
IIOII itittlid iii < > ml Vsu VsuRICHMOND n nRCIUIOXD
RICHMOND RCIUIOXD Va April Apl l tte tLThe The trial triil tnlilthe of ofthe ofthe 5 t
the negro man Albert GuMlqy GUIe alia ala AI A Itr l lbert
bert Coleman charged wf < ji the murder murderof murIer murIerot murdt tr f
of Policeman Polceman Robert Rober Wt Austin usUn has hasbegun basbegun lit litbegun t
begun In the llusttngs UuUng Court CourtThe CoutThe lout
The murder of this thif officer w wcommitted was wascmmited vm vmcommitted is 5
committed cmmited on Broad Brad Street S ro in the early earlymorning earlymorning ear ly 7
morning of April Apri 11 1 180S Since that time timethe tme tmethe tin 10 3
the police olee authorities authorites have hve used ued every ef effortjo efrorto e efont4oeton f
fortjo rorto font4oeton geton eton the track trackor of the slayer slayerThe slayer slayerTh
The Th accused acused was ws arrested arte some weeks weeksago weel Sa
ago and Is strongly trongl suspected suspcte of being bing the theright tberight tl tlright te
right man On the tbewiwo5s witness stand one onec010red ci e
colored witness imes positively posltlei Identified Iderte him himas hi hia n en
as a the man who ran rn away away after ater the snoot snooting 8hootIngof shooing
ing Ingof of Austin A ustn The trial trn will I probably pro bly oc occupy occupy o C Ccupy ¬
cupy all of today todayGovi toda todaGoernment todayGovern
Govi GoviThe Goernment Govern fluent Ucceillfl ltccciptss rocar rocarThe toduy toduyThe
The receipts of the Government GcvrnmJnt today todayreached todYreached toch 11 11reached
reached the sum of Sl6856C556 169ef which whic is ismade Ismade ismatte
made up from customs 75155118 iII1 1sslis Inter Internal Internalrevenue late r rant ¬
ant nalrevenue revenue 877225421 S72 1 miscellaneous miscellaneous9S5917 mJcen unlscellaneot neou neoul Is IsBt4lS9I >
9S5917 l The Te expenditures expendiurs amounted to to3JJO to119O4SOO o
51330000 119O4SOO 3JJO leaving an excesS exM of r receipts receiptsover recept recti its itsover s
over expenditures expenditure today toay of 299O54C 299O54CCubout 002556 002556Cuban 9o G GClbun
Cuban Clbun C CThe Census < cIa < Rcti tteinrns tteinrnsThe nl
The following f01 olng cablegram cbltSrM eablsrsmfIorn Jt fio ron Govern Governor mu muor ¬
or General Generl Wood with with rafeience erence to the thepublication thepubltllon II be bepubliiation e
publication publtllon of census cel returB ret retnand and an the tb ntvr ntvrelection n nelectQn at ST STelectiQn r
election electQn law was as received rleived at atthe the War Var De Department U e epartmemst ¬
partment partmelt this afternoon aferooD densus returns returnsand retur retur retursad 3
and election elect n law will wi te pwWI pOhe ph1trhe censs hei late lat tbh tbhafternoon thhafemoon ti tiafternoon
afternoon afemoon Election Eleton Just Jf JfThe S fl flCooler 1 1Oi
Cooler Oi It CIi Case vrued vruedTe
The Te case against alnst Ghcevep Chcvd Conlee Cnleowho Cnleowhowns wi wiwan who whowas ho
was indicted Indicte for assault a aut with lth lh Intent Intent to tobill tokU tokill
bill kU was as today nolprocfife nol notpro prol < 3 Conlee was wascharged w as aschanged
charged car ed with shootingstjaa Shoottg t F ilcCar ilcCarter lcCar lcCarter r
ter in the Stewart Stewrt fluThiibg ViBaing 1ifng corter core conmrSiXth of ofSixth orS rof
Sixth S and anc D Street Strt Strea nortMc nor n rthsv4 s in s Septran Septranalw a aber1asL
b ber1asL r last 7 54 54SI te 1 pe I
SI 3 cndZxl nllx np 1taPCdeked d 4 1 t tolY5rfady u ualways
alw olY5rfady always ys ready Libboy Lb I i Co C 6tl 6 6t1 acd axis S X Y avc a it
Some S ome Startling Starting Admissions Ad issions Made Madeby
by Dr Hugh FranceActing Fraucctng France
Acting i ctng ctlnr a as Sheriff S hcrla He e Made Inde Arrest Arrestn rrcfll
n nN He le Pleaded II PleasedWarrants netVnrrnnt Warrants Not Xec XeccKury XeeCNlrPrIMon I
cKury CNlrPrIMon csieuryPriaontrs Irlxoncr rH Never eer Knew the theIencth i iLel
Length Lel tb of Their Telr Sentence Sentcnceue Sentcnceue1ulrementJ Sentencelie Ilc Ilcuulrenieotx
uulrenieotx 1ulrementJ for Permi Permit Ju to Work AVorlcThe orkj orkjThe
The hearing hearlnl on the labor troubles trouble in the theCoeur te teCour
Coeur Cour C oeur dAIenes d Alene Idaho 14ho weg W2 resumed before beforethe betor betorthe
the th e House UoulO Committee Commlte on Military llt Affairs Afairs Afairstody
today to tos day The chamber cLambr was crowded crow e with ith ithspectators
spectators s who took tk great geat interest in the theproceedings thepro
proceedings pro p rocedIngs dlng9 Dr Hugh France county countycroler
coroner croler c qrouer of Shoehone Shohone was wa the only witness witnesscalled witnes witnescUcd
cUcd c called and some oe Interesting Inter6Etng acknowledge acknowledgements ackcow ege i iments
ments m eats wore made by him during the morn mornIng
ing ta g
Dr France resuming his hi testimony telmoDY un under unIler
der d er crossexamination cro emlnatlon by Mr rr Sulzer Sulzertted
tted stated s that he had been deputized to rep repNnt repr
sent s ent martial mrtl1 law by Bartlett Barlett Sinclair 5Inclal on onIay
May M Iay ay S last last He le bad h d direct diret Instructions Intructtn to toalow
allow alow a llow no man m4 to go to work without a per pr prmit
nIt m
mitI If I any man d3 work without wihot a permit permityeu permity
yeu y y ou arrested aroe biiA hll asked aked Mr rSulzer rSulzerhat Sulzer SulzerThat
That hat is about abt right rgh was wa the the answer ans er
Is the permit perit system Stem etill tUtn In force tOto tOtoIt
It Ills is isDid IsDid
Did you not charge chare fl 1 apiece apiece for the thefirst te tefrs
first frs fi rst MO 30 permits peit
I Ididumot did not ot otHow
How many man iKtmita pult have hav bojjn b n issued issuedsince Jc
since s ince May Iay S cf laaY la1f last year yearAbout yearAbut
About Abut 7000 7000Have 7000Have
Have not prospectors propector working on their theirown t1eir t1eiron
own o oa wn claims claim been arrestcG arrest for being with Tvlthout vlth vlthot withlIt
out ot a lIt permits permitsI Jerlts JerltsI
I dont know knowAttorney knowAtome
Attorney Atome Robinson for the miners miner then thentok
took tok t ook up the crcs crceaamln cresaexamloation exainnaton < tlon of the wit witDid it itne
ne n eoc
Did Dd you not not sign a petition asking the theBunker theDllnker
Bunker Hill and Sullivan mineowners to toreduce toreduce
reduce r the wages of the minors in their theiremploy theiremploy
employ employI e
I did not notMr nctIr
Mr Ir Robinson then read a printed pail petition petfHon ¬
Hon l ion to the Bunker Hill and Sullivan mine mineowners mineowaer8
owners o purporting to be signed sI ed by the thecitizens b bcitizens
citizens c of Wardner ardner aad Kellogg and ask asking askIng ¬
ing l og that the wages of the miners be rodeo reduced reduotd rodeott ¬
ed o tt to t 0 3 per day and laborers tg 2 per perday
day d ay
dayDid Did you not sign this thisI I
I I I did didMr didI
j Mr Ir Robinson than tRe read from the Idaho Idahocode I ho hoeo4t
c code ode showing a that tlR coaaty earner bad badthe badtlte
the t he right to act as sheriff sheriffHow PerlIIn
How n came yon to get oat t the proda prodamatioa JllloeIamatiOllregardJag
matioa matiOllregardJag z stlon regarding the porarft ay Qate8l Qate8lJ s2temr tem temAj
Aj a State Represaatatfve RepresaatatfveWere RettrdftWere
Were you ever elected by the peOple of ofthat t tttat
that Sister StaterNo State StateI
No = 0 not to my kao ksoe1ode 4a < e I wax ap appoteted appoI
I pointed poI cd by Bartlett StaeUir StaeUirThis SinelsirThis
This then gave e you potter to make lie ar arrester arI ¬
rester resterI r
I hare wtde e arrests arrestsYou arrester arrtarYea
1 Yea made ma is arrests n witbaat wit warrant warnlet or orwithout orwlfMat em
without any iinmplnlnt e r bot cc a eutkT ath athTes drr drrr
Yes r I IYou ha haYou bave
You regarded as a crime m any aa attempt attemptmade atitmade
made by a miser er ta work sst wttfeoat wW wMbo t a p prr r rThere rm1t
m1t tour
There was DO limit t tAa ten BOWS a 5 tara ef eftanprhionmeat ci f I
tanprhionmeat R lleat was We tberdJ tberdJNo f shoverNo r ri
No i I tnKed tho aMitar over Ofe1wtth vn tae taeGevemor tJleo
Governor GevemorDid o GovernorDld e
Did yfljn ever sign a warrant for the thearrest thearrest m
arrest of Allen C Austin AaettaI
I 4L 4LWas tIJdW
Was W bercbarged he lnniecIWUh with lth a any crtme crtmeHe criM criMUe c4tnaT
He was tmder iadtetmcai far 1 < araaa aIH arus ami amiother audOd161 a I
other vWatlsnt vWatlsntDM vIoIat vIoIatDW violetlsasD4d
DM y you W1 u ever see the bwHetmeat DM DMyou DIdyou Bk I
you ever see It JMlWSshe411 published publishedI
I aw NI sot aotYou B sotThem t tYou
You know k ow that the iodietmaat bed Itadnever bedDner bet I
never been be ll pabtl INbll pubflobeet he4 he4I e41
I did atdAfter didAtl6I didAfter
After a half hoar of examination the thewitness thewitDeM tb S
witness acknowledged ztcktlOWl6II etI that ia I order to st stwork retwwk go I Iwork
work under the permit system a man manwould manwwld I Iwould
would have to bear false witness against 1Iast 1Iastbl < t
hirasf hirasfYou bl blundltYou lt ltYou
You have been preventing nieH whom whomyou whomOtl 2 2you
you Otl even thought bad been principals or orsympathizers ors71Bltathlzers e r rsympathizers
sympathizers from getting work workThats ork orkThats
Thats right rightWith rightWllh rightWIth
With laws punishing murder arson and andther andother am I Iother
other ther crimes in the th State code code you rou took tookit tookIt tool C CIt
it Into your hands lo 0 add to the punish punishment IMiDlsbment ¬
ment by b refusing men any opportunity r
to laber laberI
1 would not let them work ark no noWas noWas
Was not the permit system depted deptedpriGI adopted adoptedprior i iprior
prior to the riots of April AprilIt 2 2It 2i
It was wasThen wasThan
Then this lb pain and an penalty of depriving deprivinga I Ia
a man of the right to tabor wag 8S devised I Ibefore
before the Intended victims had eemmtt eemmttted eemmttted eemunjtted
ted any crime crimeIt crJmeIl crimeIt
It was devised May fa 8 8ATiy SWhy 8y
Why y did you not tell Mr Ir All n bow kowlong bo v
k long og he was vas to remain la prison prtaonIt prhlonl prhlonlIt prisonIt
It was not necessary necessaryYou naeesea17Yec necessaryYet
You kept a man In prison until you fait foltlike tel t tlike
like releasing him himYes himy himThe himYes
Yes YesThe y YesThe
The hearing was then adjourned until untiltomorrow itniU itniUtomorre intl Ii Iitomorrow
tomorrow morning at 11 oclock oclockFOR ocleekFOR oclockFOR
A i Hill Introduced 1 iii rodueeil In Conjrr Con Coiiunrsa r1 xs to In Incretme Inere I Icrcuise
cretme ere its Bfllcleitey BfllcleiteySenator EtUclenc EtUclencSesator EfllciencySoaaior
Senator Shoup has introduced a bill for forincreasing toriocreaslD to r
increasing the efficiency of the Signal SignalCorps 1
Corps of the Army It provides That Thatthe Thatthe ma t I
the commissioned force of the Signal SignarCorps Signs ti tiCorps
Corps of the Army shall consist of one on e eChief j
1 Chief Signal Officer with the rank of orbrl if ifbnigndier I
brigadier brl adler general S colonels 2 lieutenant lieutenantcolonels lieutenantcolonels it itcolonels
colonels 5 majors 12 I captains 15 lieuten lieutenants lieutenants lieutenants ¬
ants and that the grade rade of Assistant Chief ChiefSignal ChiefSignnl Chit if ifSignal
Signal Officer with the rank of colonel colonelshan coloneshall
shall cease and terminate after the pres present prescut
ent incumbent shall vacate the same and andtbat an d dthat
that the officer of the Signal Sh nll Corps as assigned assigned asetgned
signed to duty as disbursing officer of said saidcorps saidcorps sal d dcorps
corps shall be bonded and while perform performing perrjrming L Llag
ing such duties shall have the rank pay payand payand pa r rand
and emoluments of major Provided That Thatthe Tbatthe Tha Lt Ltthe
J the original vacancies in the commission commissioned I Ied
ed force created by this act shall be filled filledfirst finedfirst fihle I Ifirst
first by promotion through seniority of ofthe orthoIDcers St Stthe
the thoIDcers officers of the Signal Caps of the theArray theArmy th e eArmy
Army second by selection from the Vol Volunteer Volunteer I Iunteer ¬
unteer Signal Corps officers who ho served as assuch assuch a Is Issuch
such durincthe durin the SpanishAmerican war watthird ar arthird i ithird
third by competitive examination from fromthe rromthe from 0 0the
the officers of the theiine line of the Army ArmyExnenncK ArmyEXIenCM ArmyExpenses
Expenses of IliiliiHttut Comnilxxlon ComnilxxlonA 1 1A
A statement of the expense of the Phil Philippine Philippine
ippine Commission has been sent to Con Congress Cotgreas
gress by the President in response to toSenate toSenate I 0 0Senate
Senate resolution of March llarch23 23 3 1900 re re requesting ye 5 5questing i iquesting
questing the President if not incom incompatible incompatible incouxpatible ¬
patible with the public Interest to send sendto sendto sen sento
to the th Senate an Itemized statement of the tbeexpenses tim timexpenses
expenses of the Philippine Commission Commissiontogether Commissiottogether
together with a statement of the amount amountpaid amountpaid amoum it itpaid
paid to each Commissioner for his services servicesand serTieesaDd service is isand
and Inditgdual expenses The total totalamount toti Si Siamount
amount is 1171S580 1171S580Trniinferre l1il8589TrnllCerrttl 11718589Trmiiisferreel
Trniinferre l to 0 the lie nvj In Department DepartmentSecretary Delnrhll ni niS8cretary 11 11Secretary
Secretary Gage has as informed Congress Congressihat ongress ongressihat is isilsat
ihat by direction of the President the theSecretary tb tbSecretltY ie I
Secretary of War 11 under date of April 7 7transferred 7transrerred I
transferred to the Navy Qy Department for foruse ft 0 I
1se u use as a a coaling e ling station st stimll i i1 the group of ioli ioliIn iel ielands is isands ftI I I
ands known as To Tortugas s whi whidh 1 han b bIn be bein
In use by b the tbeTreasuryDepartment Treasury Department as a aquarantine a4Iuar8atIne auamaatine
quarantine uamaatine station since ISiS 1SS8Uest ISS8Det ISiSheat
heat Pence Peneenonrllxftt IJoartlvnt 1GO 1GOper 1GOr
per rrr r lUG eq < j ft imzd dry d1trillt brisbt 8th and Dt1 S Y Yate YIre Vare
The Th Thda e Porto Rican Joint Resolution ResolutionThe ResolutionIl Resolutionjnreed
jnreed Il To ToThe ToThe
The joint resolution Introduced yester yesterday yestery r rday ¬
day da y by Mr r Foraker providing that the offi officers omcers ¬
cers ce rs performing civil duties in Porto Rico Ricoshall RIcoshaU R1coall
shall sh shpr all continue to do so until the officers officersprovided omtWrs omtWrsprovided offindrsovided
provided pr prap ovided for in the Porto Rican bill are areappointed aroappointed arepointed
appointed ap pointed and qualified not to extend extendhowever 6tetid 6tetidhowever
however ho wever beyond the 1st of August At2Sullt 1040 1040was Into 190s
was wa 5 s reported back by him from the Com Committee commlttee Cornittee ¬
mittee m ittee on the Pacific Islands l aDas and Porto PortoRico PortoRico Porteico
Rico R ico today and after dtecoesloa it was waspassed waspassed wasssed i
passed passedIn pa paJe ssed ssedIn j jIn
In the course of a discussion on the sub subject subct j
ject Je ct Mr Ir Tillman indulged in one of his btecharacteristic hischnractorlstic
characteristic ch aracteristic outbursts He supposed he hesaid hesaid
said sa id that the object of retaining military militarymen militarymen militaryen
z men m en in the civil offices of o Porto Rico was wasthat 85 85that
t that th at they should assist a siat in the grand pag pageant4o pageaqtto
eant4o ea gt4o come off there on May ay 1 when the thoinauguration theinauguration
j inauguration in of the new Governor O vomor is to totake totake
take ta ke place with the greatest ceremonial ceremonialever coromonlalever
ever ev < er seen in any part of the United BUed States Stateson Stat Staton Statesthat
o on that day He imagined that the purpose purposeof JMlrposeof
t of that display was to impress the let islanders Ianders ¬
anders a with the grandeur and greatness greatnessof
c of the United States as well as to Impress Impressthe 1rettSthe
t the th e people of the United States with the thenew tkenew
i new n ew policy of imperialism by which an anAmerican anAmerican
j American A proconsul was to take peses pesession poesa
i sion ab a of that island islandAfter IslaDdAlter
After a a while hlle of course he coattoaed coattoaedwe C8Btflul COHUHitOIIwe d
we 1 wIll have another Governor seat to totbe tothe
the th e Philippines and Dd he will be of an mtcn mtcngreater Jllttteh Jlltttehcreater
greater g reater importance than the Governor af afthe fthe
t the th thP e little Island of Porto Rico that I sap sapacross sapose
I pose P ose he must have a navy to escort him himacross
across a cross the Pacific and must have umbrel umbrellas 1IMwellas ¬
las la s held over him like the Dey of Algiers Algiersaad Algiersnd Ite
and a nd the Sultan of Morocco We will HI have havehim havehim I
1 him h hS im attended by our subject princes prI es ia the theSulu theSUluarchlpelago theulu
J Sulu SUluarchlpelago S ulu archipelago with Mahometan body bodyguards bodyguards ¬
g guards uards and all that sort of thing tbl g If that thatis i
is the purpose of o keeping these th e Army An y offi officers ¬ I
cers c < ars in Porto Rico I will 11 not iaterpoee any anyobstacle aayobstacle
obstacle o to the passage of the Joint ieo ieolution le10luticn
lution lutioni luticnIn lu tictL
i In a colloquy between Mr Bacon Ba OI1 and andi andlr
i Mr M lr r Foraker the former alluded to the tbepurpose thepurpose
1 purpose p of having an adjournment of Con Coagress Co1grosS
grosS g ross in June in deference detereneeto to the wish o oi of ofthe
i the t he Executive and said We Ve have heard heardLit heant
Lit It t stated on this floor within itbln twentyfew twentyfewhours tWBtyr tWBtyrhours
hours h ours alluding anudin to remarks by Mr Hale Halethat Halethat
that th at Congress ought to adjourn by y the theI Uaefirst
I first fi rst of June and that i Is entirely prac practicable rac 4 4U ¬
ticable U cable bJe to do so While i doubt that tJt K can canbe caDbe cane
be b e done I have BO doubt do bt whatever w uader uaderthe l lMkr lMkrthe
the t he statements made and ad the wishes 18 ex expressed x xpressed ¬
pressed p ressed that we will m adjourn a ounl daring the themonth t tmonth
month m onth of June JUDe sad in all < probability be before 1Ie 1Ierore ¬
fore f ore the middle of JUDe JuaeIf JUDeIt JuneIf
If that be the case is not the tll Seoater Scustorxtending
i exteadiag e the limit too far when be axes axesit b bIt laos laosfor
it for the first of August IB other words wordsIf wtc
Ifa If we e are to adjourn by It the middle of Jose Jvacand hIM Josend
and a nd if almost alt of these officers are areeabrnsed e > be beeeaSrmed
eeaSrmed e Ly the Senate oacht MJ t sos the themit
I limit li mit to be such that t there can be r r5 r5J roesusa a oa oaI
I Me h i probability J rObal lity that appointments appei cs may r be beconfirmed He8aDrmed
confirmed e nflrmed before the ecers nVers en enter aa their theirdaties rdtttles
daties d itties Is not this an invftattea to 1 have haveBorainaUos ha
tHRBlaa s BorainaUos Oq made subsequent 1I t ta the ad adbeen adjounu I
jounu j earnuseat elK ot CQli Coasgres eas sad afI alt after Ie op op opottanity
MN1UDity p 0 COIlfUlIatioa or rejeedoe baa I I t
been b eets lost lostMr I I
Mr Koraker O oraIt r assured urtd Mr Bacon that the theadjonrameat Utej4RImweat I
adjonrameat a of ConigrQes bad nothing aothiag4o aet iag to towIth i
4o 4 with the hi axing of tile Basic That had hadsot
sot n ot occurred to hiss 11 nor to the Secretary Secretaryof
of War with t whom w he Us had talked talk aa the thesubject
subject s He thovght that perhaae mnat mnatof est estf I
of o f the appecatmeats ww wo M be mm made a before beforeCongress beforeeagross
Congress C eagross ea atf udjsarsee4 Jovraed jeHr ed Some of Ukm IJ IJnet a might mightet U Unat
nat n et be He aapreclatod the ss rthMvef rthMvefth Mleaeftlw idea
th tlw e Seaatar from Georgia Ge bat he i lr 1 Far Faraker PwrMer F Fhoe
aker s hoe did net kcav kna w wa ta s Caacreos woaW woaWaajoara WetIW1ItIJcnIra Ii1 Ii1da
aajoara aajoaraMr 1ItIJcnIraMr a da daSir
Mr Ptatt of Coa toHH1kttt eseetl ectic vt t with a Jaafe of offraay att
fraay f ans We oa t taw side of t the Chamber Chambershould L
should oel4 be obliged OWts to the Senator frc frcGemTia r frm
GemTia G ia that he is able to eoawMiaiaUe eoawMiaiaUeto bate bateto
to t o as what the express 8Jt1fe1SW1 wink of the e Frost Precl4eat Pr I IIleal
4eat 4 eat of the UaHed States is with reIatIeDto relattoa relattoato
to t o adjovrameat Per eec e I feel very much arachobliged h heWlgtd
obliged o to MIl b4 1 1 hat u ne heard cf it be before 1tetore ¬
fore f ore
torePerha orePerbap Perha Perbap lll that t is because J Jane nt ntreati
reati r ead Ole new9pern per cat ibis city itr Ba Dalater j jcoa
coa c oo interposed iaterposedI later
I think I might my 1Ir > ir Platt ro romarKctl r rmared
r marKctl aarsed in the same temper t r that I 44 44net 1 1 1not
net n et hear of ollt it ewes eD if I had read the t news BeW5papers j jpapers
papers I have yet te leara that when wheathe Tlteat whenthe
the t o Presldeat expresses eqtl a wish is to Ceo Coagress C Cgress
gress he expresses H through the city eltynewspapers dtynewsp
newspapers newspapersMy newsp pers persIy
My Iy statement state at was at saM a Mr 1 Bacen Bacenthat Beeeotut
that the newspapers su tlted ted the fact that thatthe tllatthe
the t he President bad communicated his wish wishes wishes ¬
es e s to the leading members of the omlaaat tlemtnaatpartY dominant dominantparty omlaaatparty
party in both Houses of Congress CongressMr CgressYr
Mr Platt PlattAs As I do Rot reckon reck myself myselfamong It Itamong I
among a the domiaaat members of any aD party partyIB PArtya r
IB a either house I may not have ve heard l1r l of ofthat otthat r
that t express wish of the President sad aadtherefore utitherefore sadherefore
therefore t I am m exceedingly obliged to the theSenator tltSeaator S SSenator
Senator from Geergte for communicating communicatingthe cossmuaicatin
the t he fact to the Senate eUe and to me Bat Butdo I Ido ItIo
do want to say sa Oils That whatever the thePresident t tPresideDt lb lbPresident
President may thiak d ak about the e wisdom or orpropriety orty a apropriety
propriety ty of an early earl adjournment and tbe tbepossibilities tJtepesmbiHttes tb e
possibilities poe lblHt lea of it with a aae due e regard raga to tbe tbebusiness t1ebuaiBess tim a ahosiaess
business of r the t e country so far a no I knot kaawnators kMwtile 5 5the
tile views JeI or Senators nators they are all ia ta faso taver tavor
ver c aa cony rty adjournment aM I think thinkgo
so far a I know be seaUaaeat of the coos caoatry eoatItIJtklil coostrythat
try tIJtklil that the coaatry will be very s glad d to tohave S S
have 11 ve as adjoara eves e a before Hler Ute 1st of ofJuae elJUR e eJune t St
JUR June JuaeMr
Mr Ir Bacon BcnoitI I think that the Sevaler S ater k kentirely 18entirely I a
entirely correct Nothing etkf1g eaa ea be dose fa fathis I Ithis ii C
this lOB Soa of Cerress C t8S except it is the thework tilefKk rh rhwork 8
work of oCtllo the dominant d party aad the less lessof eMor lee S Sof
of it that Is i doe doBe the better Awl the thesooaer Utesoo tb 0 0sooner
sooner soo er we adjoara aeoern without doing tioi g any of it itthe itthe iithe
the greater the gratification of the country countrywill roatat roatatwill I Iwill
will be beMr beMr beMr
Mr Hawley HawlerI I think on the contrarr contrarrthat coatntrrtbat cootusrythat
that the country expects u utJ to stay here hereAfter ereantI her 0 0arid
antI do ateer I isant aad illlQNrt illlQNrtt illlQNrtAtter
ant t
After some farther theetwHoa MI the jotat jotatresolution jeii jeiiresolution jets t tresolution
resolution was adopted adoptedMr atlopttilMr adoptedMr
Mr Penroee reported from the he Commit ComatHtce Committee
tce on Commerce a bill appropriating M S
000 for the construction or purchase of ofrevenue a arevenue
revenue cutter of the third class for har harbor haroor barher ¬
her service In Philadelphia and it itpassed was waspassed wa S Spassed
passed passedHousem passedhouse
House Housem Mil relating to the allowance of ofexceptions orexceptions a 1 1exceptions
exceptions by United States judges vas vasalso wasal Wa S Salso
also al o passed passedA
A resolution was offered by Mr Ir Chand Chandler Chandler Chandlen ¬
ler and was agreed to Instructing the theCommittee theCommittee th e eCommittee
Committee on Printing to investigate the thefacts thefacts Ui e efacts
facts connected with the compilation and andpublication andpubJicat10n an U Upublication
publication of the messages and papers of ofthe ofthe c d dthe
the Presidents the result of the permis permission permission permisgiven ¬
sion given to private F Jrsons rsons to use the thestereotype thertereotype Ui e eatereotype
stereotype plates the distribution of cm cop cops copes
ics es s the sales made > y private persons personsand personsand 5 5and
and the methods adopted adopt In making such suchsales suchsales sue is issales
sales and other material facts and to re report report report ¬
port the results of the enquiry and such suchlegislation suehlegislation sue h hlegislatIon
legislation as it may deem desirable desirableXXFESAVEfG desirableLIFESA desirableLIFESAVING
A Xnml Number er of C r esv Appliance PIJI1U H to o B nhl BThe e eInspected
hl Inspected InspectedThe lltcttd lltcttdTh
The Th Board on Life Saving Sdi Appliances of ofthe otthe Sr Srthe
the Life Saving Service will m meet in the lat latter latter L Licr ¬
ter part pat of Maywhea they will wtillpact inspect all allmatter a 11 11matter
matter and inventions pertaining to the theservice theseMiee tim IC
service which has ba ace accumulated makU tl during the theyear th thyear timyear 1
year and recomnvnd for acceptanc acceptancideas a ceptn tb tbidea thss thssideas
ideas idea a and nd appHznees appftne which bfeb In their ojria ojriawill q optais B 4M1 a awlU
will tend to Improve the service Thai TfaiarS Ther Therar ThainrA
arS ar a large number of Ufeeavia liCe lifecaving wR1 jackcte jackctebelts Jadletbelts 5 5beltS
belts boats helmets lights buoys buo aad aadother aMotber a td tdother
other appliances appUa in the office o e of Chief Eta KlmJsall KI KIball I Ihaii
Jsall ball of tho Life Saving Service which via wiabe viaM vi U Ube
be submitted nbm1tWd to and passed pas upon pon ttf h the theward t It ItrSnnu
ward wardllr °
llr rlf11 rSnnu a Hnjlncnn nnfIU ft Collejre con Silt cud nll K K7ccia Ht I ItSCctaua
t tSCctaua c 7ccia Offlec omev Examination ExaminationHemlock Eaml EzaminatThn3 EzaminatThn3Hemlock traD traDUcntluck
Hemlock IeneluK r ntlnJt inC mid miff 1x12slwajs 1x1 miffalways
always iu tttcL td Call 11 on I F Jjlbr IJt 1 fc Co eo
N1i LIFE WITH A Aicide RAZilW RAZilWSnicide
Snicide Su icide of Abraham Fadeley FadeleyTreasury FadeleyTl ii iiTre
Treasury Tl Tre nrr Department Clerk ClerkCat ClerkCUb Clerki
Cat CUb Cu ts niiiTfiTJiront rnkThront hront at His Boarding DoxrdiD DoxrdiDRoue BonrdinRouse
Rouse at nn EArly Hoar Tlit This > Morn Morntnt Iornf Iornflu
Inc lu tnt nn and l Expires Explr at the Emersrencyrj Em Emeruxenes EmeruxenesIlospltalNu rerieTt
Iloupitnl lIopltuIXo Xo Hennon AitHicneil bMI ell fog fosiHie to totbe fogthe
the Deed DeedUaN AYaM Well ell Thought Of OfAbraham orAbraham Ofbraham
Abraham A Fadeley a clerk In the Treasury TreasuryDepartment TrltasuIYDepartment Treasunipartment
Department De partment fifty years of age agelhlngat lisinat living afc
317 1 H Street northwest died at the Emer Emergeney Emergeney Easerney
gs geney ney Hospital at 11 oclock today asjtbe asjtberesult aslbetftult aslbosult
result re sult of a selfinflicted wound Shortly Shortlyafter ShOrllyafter Sboztlyter
after af ter 4 oclock ocl k this tll manning he cut bte btethroat blsthrMt hIereat
throat th reat with a rasor and was wa taken to the thehospital theho thespItal
hospital ho ho spItal pUa for treatment treatmentMr treaUlleatSimmot treatmeatMrL
Mr MrL Slmtaot who conducts the boarding boardinghouse oarcHnghouse boardinguse
house ho use was aroused by the sound of groins groinsand groins1Dd groa5 groa5d
1Dd ha and d gasping which came from the apart apartlent a aparteat t tment
ment m lent occupied by Mr Fadeley She q fttI qeiskiy qeiskiytified Wly Wlynotified T Tnotlftedhor
notified notlftedhor no tified her husband h baod who hastened hasten d to the theanfprtucate ikefortunate 6 6tI11
anfprtucate tI11 fortunate rtunate zaaas maD side aDd feand him himstreggliag 1i1IILstngsliag himraggling
streggliag st en the floor ia a pool of Mood MoodDr bI bIDr bloodDr
Dr Levin Sotheren was summoned ind ind8110n ni niupon nL1 nL1oa
upon wp oa his arrival found that the man Bad Badnearly hadarly ad adneary
nearly ne arly severed the anterior jugular vela velaand vetnand veind
and an d had also slashed the outer covering coveringof coveringthe
of the large jugular jugularThe jagularThe jugularThe
The victim was removed to the Emer Emergency Emerency RIflerncy ¬
gency ge ency ncy Hospital and desperate means wore woreu wreeet pro pro1t5
u 1t5 9d to save his h life bat without avail availo availNo
No o possible po lble motive could be found ff lDdox foe foge
the th e deed deedAt deedAt deedAt
At the Internal Revenue Office 3f atreasury f he ha
Treasury T reasury Department where Mr Fadeiey Fadeieywas FatlQreYwas Fadetoyas
was w as employed it was wa learned that he had hadrecently badreceBtly battcently
recently re cently bees granted sick leave of absence absenceoa absenceaccount ne neOR
oa account < of his physical condition Foe Foethe Fore
the th e post two weeks he has remained IrV Ws
bis hi s room and until Sunday morning mornin there thereappeared thereappeared therepeared
appeared ap peared to be nothing nothln alarming about his biscondition hisCOCditlO11 hisndition
condition co ndition Daring Darin c the day Sunday he was we weeard
heard b eard to make In e certain eertal strange aDd an anatural a anatural anattral
natural n statements ts about his desire to die 4iee
He H e appeared to be morose sad saduiet WMMMHy y
qeiet q uiet bat the day foMowiag he seemed eBNMI to toregain toregals Icegain
regain r his usual cheerful c maaa ma811 < r which wbfebwas wblehwas whichas
was w as always ala very marked aad which w lda caused
him h im to have hosts of frfeads frfeadsHis trleadsHis fnicadsHis
His associates speak ia the highest bi t t taunts a3 a3of
of his deportment tJDellt and character sad maRY oaayjthy
etpreA e1 pres of regret aM sympathy thy wero weroTO wereeard
Jward b eard when the they learned oC the uafncpx uafncpxate K Kauea
auea n ate affaIr affaIrTO
n eport Irt ou n Kill Granting Antiiorltjj tuihorlty uthorlt i
to tile Secretary Srcrcta of IVnr tar tarThe ar arI1Ie i ifavorable
The Seeete Committee t today enIeftdt enIeftdtrTonNe edudi sC sCvorable
favorable fa vorable report on a MH aathorfeiag aaat oddlig the theplus illa illary tbeecretary
S ecretary ry 01 War ar to lease the 1L use IIf stir strplus stirus
plus pl us water ater power created ia the aawfcsa nus1aIiie nus1aIiieeams 1ie 1iesu e
streams su st eams by dams buIlt 1 wifmvt ow amA co cmi cmiolled on ontrolled l ltolled
trolled tr olled 5 101 y the tb Government is at aW mf mfgattoo 1IIt IsatkL noelatlee
gattoo g atlee The raea ra coodttioiic CIDIIIIIItIoa and yododc J4O4OIFthe yododcfor od odfar
for rc the leoasa 1 lease ire to be ia 1 the liliaa 4IiIcItof dudha dudhathe usfua usfuaof
of the t Seere Seeretasim rj or War bat the MM els elsBOt fs isoe
BOC fl oe to exceed exc ell twenty teat7A years yaarjmake yearsA
A faTOl8It1e r report 1I also de os 1 1jf aii
b jf ii gIving Ute Secretary e War ewer to toke toke
make mu ke rsgalnttoaa r govamlag KDW Ue
of logs l ra aad rafts ia aavisabte 8Y rivers riwrsHO3OIOPA3XHIC rlYftLHOMBOPAlH riversBOhtEOPATHIC
A Dill Ue1lnllu tlu Them Tlientthe futrbdlJq Jutrbdoe itl itlin Cl Clin
in the House HouseRepreaejOaUTe IOD IODR oust oustRepreeeMite
RepreaejOaUTe R n Babeack k bn1i > io i1 a < IJa IJa1III1 M a abin sC sClfl
bin b lfl in the Howe to re rblaio Ma e the theof praetaw praetawof poueef
of o f JtomeopatJaJc phasssscy Ia the Jlbtrit Jlbtritof
0 of 1 Columbia ColumbiaaaH II k in iig taat taatmalt hers hershall
malt s hall be created a a bear rd f t > be k ktile I nans s she H Hla
la tile t he Board of Caaamfr Caaamfrpatblc t oses 0 0tatlllle ouj oujatbic
patblc p atbic PbaraMCjr tbs OtMrict Dd t a t Cplent CplentMa 9i Cauin
Ma ilia b in which sIt > hI l eostnt cna of three tlar sjc t tIMtJtlc v vpataic
pataic p othie ph sn > afpot agpci poIIrl n t t r r f C3JE C3JEnjls CJaDlhs4eDImI C3edosieners
njls Dlhs4eDImI n enera of o1E4 i t l cb o ac acleast ucast c cle8K
least le ast five yea y 1 s Ifi Ifipee5BIoe < m i irofesoloe hjk hjkprofeseioa
profeseioa p rofesoloe ar a < jr 4fl is in inpreceding t tmneilssy tmneilssyeceding
preceding Kee pr < eceding dug his nt c t a asaW i tIIIIIIetU > ot otuhI ofato
saW n ato District DistrictThe DistrieLTbe DistrictThe
The appoints appo lta t sii s i first made D shell ho hooae l hane e eoae
o oae ne for eec year one ne for two two years Y6 ysasac us aacl 1He aaclone
one sa c for three yearJ yearJappoiatmeat and thereateer osh oshppointment h happotntmeBl
appoiatmeat a shaH ska1 1 1cept lie fU three e pears za zaeept ox oxcix
cept c cix such h as may be rendered aeaesesre aeaesesreby B neeasesC i9l y yI
by h I death th reeigaattoa reelgllClt or removal ia wbfolif wbfolifcase wbtcihf wbtcihfcue whfel whfelase
case c ase the appoiatmeat shall all be for tlteBMli4er tae thets5inder re remaiader
maiader of the o aexpared term Bath Bathappointee Ea Eahppointee 1i 1iappoiaee
appointee a shall lIall within thirty days after afternotiaeatioa at atDCKikalloaot afteroctacatiomu
notiaeatioa DCKikalloaot n of Sic appointment take tak ami amiswbscribe amIMbscri andoheerthe
swbscribe Mbscri s to aa oath to impartially and andfaithfully andaithfully 1011fait
faithfully fait f fU discharge his duties as prescrib prescribed JH tb tbe ¬
ed 4 by this bill The position of any com commisstoaer Oi 1iYlMer coatmiesiseer
misstoaer who H1I shall fail to do so 56t 56FORA aa eheK eheKacant N be bevacant
vacant v t
Seeretnr S ecretory > Gone Trsii Trsiidntiuit TrIIIo Trnnuits > natt a 1 Heconi lieconitmendatinir
mcnlln mendatinir dntiuit tiUIt to Con ConSecretary CUI1sr Congress CongressSecretary
Secretary O Gops ge has traauaittH traa mitu4 u Gus Cmigreus cgre Gusa
greus a eaatanatcatiam akatiea from f the tb Umat Umataonse LiIIfIItltene Lihahouse
aonse house Board submitting aa D estimate far faraa faraa fe
aa 8 appropriatlKj r a new Majuhaaac see veaeel seeei
eel ei for the Ftttk Flf FUtk Ut Usathaaga APlin APlinTIle dtstriei dtstrieiThe dtuticlThe
The new ship suIt iII take ta die pines at atBramble tiIO tiIOBraIBbh 0 0Bessuble
Bramble This steel twiaacrew nrilleftIndtt laawth laawthirac iuitwus
irac buttt ia 1S79 1 aad bs a JI w past putTIle rapaar rapaarraslna rep repj
TIle j bail III 11 a f very bad COIIdlttoa COIIdlttoar coedlttosnislee
raslna haviae iag partly eatam eet away aa pIM ptatdBframes stnulHIs pisktsfne
frames aad rivet fa fasteslues nnlncii Ta The lieek tketrotten IB IBrotten 16rortee
rotten rortee and the deck d k beams ea teams badly Iy ear eared t tezp4 tezp4ad n nT
ed The T e boiler is about twelve yasrs yasrsand e1 e1aDel < e1t e1tstud
and is too small for the engine aawr to invessel the thevessel tjeesHI
vessel It would weul4i ia the opiai 0 ttbe cC Utleant fte ftepair
leant be a waste te or moDe te farther 16 16IRk re repair
pair the vessel vesselWAS VflJRIWAR veasolWAR
VflJRIi i
Honvc Committee Make Makenlile a Hnor4 Hnor4nlrlc Iavor011k
nlile Iteport Ihp rt for or loole t Mu MuThe HUNt HUNtThe liuntThe
The Committee CamJBttt on 8f War ar Claim Claims has poe pweeented Jllesented poeseated
seated a favorable le report tt to the He U ifoese at atRepresentatives f fRepresentatives CRepresentatives >
Representatives on the bill for the reffef reffefof rcla rclaof reoCof
of Poole G Hunt of Baltimore BaltimoreThis BaIUmoreThis BaltimoreThis
This bill provides for the parmcat JNlFm t to tothe tothe tothe
the claimants of the award la their favor favormade favormade aver avermade
made by the Selfrtdge board in December
1865 The claimants had contracted to de deliver tleUer deliver ¬
liver the cosine and machinery of iho ihowood Ihovoodpn thewooden
wood wooden AH doubleender the Mackinaw b bfore be before be betore
fore the 2 24th tth th of March 1S ISA 3 but the bull bullwas MIlls belluas
was s not delivered to them by y the Go Govern Gornment Governmeat arnr arnrment
ment until August 1S6S and the work ork was wasnot ik iknot wagnot
not completed mpleted until February 6 186 lS 1504 H Dur During Dur DurIng Duflag ¬
ing this delay with Ilh the hull uJl the prices pdCtot pdCtotlabor ot otlabor t tlabor
labor and material advanced rapidly rapidlyMr rapl raplLtne rapidlyLeave
Leave for CroIIIC Ilhfnl Ilhfnl1k leilicenicij leilicenicijMr
Mr Kenney today introduced In the San Senate SIR4 SIR4ate Sanate
ate tf a bill providing that each e cli of the 0 spa special spaelal pe peeial ¬
cial policemen stationed stst at let J Jcros ustseay ustseaycroaMgs i ttvKiy ttvKiycrossings
cros crossings tgs and iotera tDW intersettisna Ias la 1 tM tI Cyo CyosbJCb dtysmfil jtty jttyshofrbe
shofrbe smfil entitled to twenty day dayn loavw loa bay of ofabsenco 0absenco ofabeenco
absenco absenco each year with 1t1l pay the time at atwhich atwbieb ar arwhich
which their leave shall U he taken 18 te b o de determined dttQlIJ1 tietuemnised ¬
termined tQlIJ1 ed by the tb District 1kt Cewrnifslon Oossmirsionra OossmirsionraFbeh ra raH r rEach
H Each cb of these policemen police n is also to le l al allowed 11lowell aliowtil ¬
lowed the same skI Jaav lsie e with like priv privIlegofi p prlvliegoe iv ivIIC08
Ilegofi and upon the same ame terms a and cn cndftioas c n ntHtlo aelittosa
dftioas as a hi attotte4 te the members ell bea oC oCthe o otke ofthe
the MetropoHnin PMcfX P6 8l tie t Distri ii > t tlZir tifI tIEta
ifI lZir = > to Ilnltioiure and lieluru 1 ttlru via viaU sinILt rn rnD
U ILt Jt O ijjttiirilnj Snturlhl and Snintny Snintnytdl < nii nllI nllIiIri1 Ia Iai >
iIri1 t sat i II 22 gsed Md for Wurr WurrUljriMr tgr J t t5isday 1 1y
5isday y T Tkkta gss4 as aS U 1r4a 1r4aited r al alI
ited itedIn
I In buying ill < ceHtal M1II eI1I r t tC tt n Hc r r i n t tCo ft ftC
C Co G 3o sac ius A Ca i list C C4H i HC t rrt IJt l t iit a1t a1tIIft i I
4H best fMUKi It 4lt il i trvrv tSC H < aunil J to tonriwnlers m mnrfnters
nrfnters Llt Llsts till o on very Tfr l lo lotbe Posy r rthe w wthe
the rriendl rriendly > Corner at tUi tim and S 1 Y ave u

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