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I NUMBER 1483 WASTIINGTON V S GTON MONDAY APRIL 30 1900 PRICE ONE CE CEN
BOER ill GAMPS ABAlillONBll ABAlillONBllBurghers ABIBOIIBurghers
Burghers Moving in the Direction Directionof
of T f the Transvaal TransvaalBotlmM TlansaaIDotbaK Trallsvaal3otj1ft
BotlmM Forces limpidly Leaving LenrlncTheir LcnvlnlTheir LeavingTheir
Their Free Stat State luHltlunMTJu luHltlunMTJule IONItiOUMTJiIew ltloiiH TJ TJXew >
Xew le Finn of Campaign Saul to toContemplate toContemplnte toContempinte
Contemplate n lletermliicd Stand Stnnilat StRn11at Standat
at the Pawnrrt Entering Eiiter1i < the he South SouthAfrican SouthAfrlean SouthAfrican
African Hepuhllc UepubllcGcneral General Ilouertn IlouertnCompletely nobertCOlUplete ItobertMCompietei
Completely COlUplete Outwitted li by > the Op Opponinp OppOftlnl OppoNlng
poninp Commander CunullftndcrLundon London Great Greatly Greatb GreatIy ¬
ly b Dlipleniied Over On r the Failure Fnllareto 1allureto
to Trap the Federalists Army ArmyLONDON trinyLONDON rJII rJIILOSDO
LONDON April 30 30Despatches Despatches from fromLourcnco fromLourenco fromLourenco
Lourenco Marques nrques say 1511 that the Boers have havedecided havedecided havedecided
decided to abandon nban on the Free State to the theBritish theBr1Ush theBrtUsh
British BritishIt Br1Ush1l BrtUshIt
It Is said that the burghers will make makeno mllkeno makeno
no stand against Lord Roberts south of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Vaal aaI River and that the movement of oftheir ofth oftheir
their th lr forces across that bat stream has al already alread atready ¬
ready read begun begunThis begunThis begunThis
This involves the abandonment of Brand Brandfort Brandforl Brandfort
fort and Kroonstad and it is understood understoodthat understoodthllt understoodthat
that the Boers are already moving away awayfrom awayfrom awayfrom
from those tbosolal jlaees lares 11s toward the Transvaal TransvaalIt
It is believei that the burghers have come cometo cometo cometo
to the conclusion that they cannot cope copesuccessfully copesuccessull copesuccessfully
successfully successull ith Lord Roberts large ar army army army ¬
my in the comparatively open o en Free State Stateand Stateand Stateand
and will try to stop him at the passes en entering entering entering ¬
tering the Transvaal TransvaalThe TrnDsvaalThe TrnnsvaalThe
The Britlsn have evidently abandoned abandonedthe abandonedthe abandonedthe
the pursuit of o the Boers who were at We Wepener Wepener Vc Vcpener
pener and De Wets Dorp as General GeneralFrenchs GeneralFrenchs GeneralFrenchs
Frenchs cavary is returning to Bloemfon Bloemfontein Dloemfonteln Bloemfontein
tein Besdes Bes de a despatch from Pretoria Pretoriaunder Pretoriaunder Pretoriaunder
under date of o April 27 says that Comman Co mnn ¬
dant Gravel telegraphs from the Boer Boercamp B Burcamp r rcamp
camp at Brandfort that the Federal forces forcesfrom forcesfrom orcts orctsfrom
from De Wets Dorp and AVoi Woer 011er ier 1ae 1aenrrived taiearrived ave avearrived
arrived safely safelyOther safelyOther safelyOther
Other despatches dep t hu from rom the frot fro cay ay the theEtrong theEtrong theEtrong
Etrong position at Kruonstad KIIt Qstad v1i vli i on V Vpractically b bpractically bpractically
practically abandoned by tb it < au audeclare andeclare
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declare the first real stanl sttm stai1English l r de deEngll ue ueEnglish
English Engll h will m be made on tfew L of th thl thVeal j jVaal I IVaal
Vaal VaalThe VaalThe VealThe
The retirement from Jb t a t Free FreeState FreeState FreeState
State it Is reported Ir i veil eii un und < lf i r v The Thereturn Tbereturn Thereturn
return of Frenchs cavitirj cavn cavttir q to Hl tm tnfnteiu tnfnteiushows Jirionteiu Jirionteiushows ntelu ntelushows
shows that Roberts irosienye movoment to tocapture tor tocapture tocapture
r
capture the Boors in this southeastern E pair paitof par parof pairof
of the Free Suite is a allure General GeneralBotha GeneralBotba GeneralBotha
Botha has completely outwitted the British Britishcommander Britishcommander Britishcommander
commander commanderLondon commanderLondon commanderLondon
London is greatly displeased over the thefailure tbefailure thefailure
failure and criticism of o Bobs S s now rife rifeThe ritThe rifeThe
The uSlandaJd Standard says it is s disheartening dishearteningto difbeart ming mingto
to find that these elaborate maneuvres maneuvrcshave maneuvreshave maneuvreshave
have had so small a result resultThe rSlItThe resultThe
The UDaily Daily Chronicle says uWe We are re reluctant reluctant reuctaat ¬
luctant to criticise Lord Roberts but it Is Isimpossible sImposslbla s sImpossiblo
impossible to shut our eyes to the fact that thatduring thatduring
4 during the last ten days we have gained gainedvery gainedvery gainedvery
very title from our enormous display of offorce offorce offorce
force Without doubt these operations have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been of a very ver exhausting ex austlng nature and will willInvolve wUlJnvohe willtavolve
Involve further delay delayThe deiay deiaye delayThe
The e stanch friends of Buller Warren WarrenMethuen WarrenIethuen arren arrenMithuen
Methuen Mithuen and Kitchener can scarcely senrcel con conceal coneal conceal ¬
ceal eal their feelings as they are ire delighted delightedat
at the criticism Lord Roberta is receiving receivingThey recelIngThey receivingThey
They say Roberts blundered when he open openly openy openty ¬
ly y condemned his subordinates and the theWar theVar theWar
War Var Office added to the blunder by making makingthe makingt makingthe
the t criticisms critcisms public publc at such sch a late date dateWARREN date dateW dateWA1BEN
WARREN W ARE AT CAPE AE TOWN TOWNGrlqiinlaml TOWNGrlqunloncl TOWNGriqunin
Grlqiinlaml Griqunin nd WeMtii Vc eKtH t Xew ev Military MilitaryGovernor MilitaryGovernor liary liaryGoerlor
Governor Goerlor En Haute HauteCAPE nouteOAE ItouteCAPE
CAPE OAE TOWN TOW April Apri 30 30en Gen Sir Charles CharlesWarren Charlesuren CharlesWarren
Warren uren the newly ncwl appointed nppolnte Military Mitar Gov Governor GOYcror Governor ¬
ernor cror of Griqualand Grqualand West Wes arrived a lved here hereyesterday hereyesteray hereyesterday
yesterday yesteray He will wi start strt tonight for Kini Kiniberley Kh Khberfey Kim Kimberley
berley The Imperial Imperia Horse left let here Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday for Kmberlcy KmberlcyA KmberlcyALL
A ALL w WELL AT JIAFEKING JIAFEKINGThe MAKG MAKGTbe
The B nle Redege4I IofrPd fc1 rovn Again AJnll Bombard Bombarded DOlt1arll DOlt1arllcl ¬
ed Ml cl on Ul April Alarl ril 11 13LONDON 11LQNDO I
LONDON LO DOX April Apri 30 30Julus 30Julius Julius Well who whohas whoha I IhaJJ
has ha a branch office ofce at Mafeking has re received receled recelved ¬
ceived dcspatc dcpatces dospatces es from that point up to toApril toApri toApril
April Apri 12 1 by runner to Kimberley KimberleyThe ItlmbcrleyThe KimberleyF
F The latest despatch depatch says s We e are most mostcheerful moslcbertul moatcheerfuL
cheerful cbertul Everything Is moving along sat satisfactorily st stIsfactorly satIsfactorfly ¬
isfactorily Isfactorly The semianniversary semiannierr of the theciege tbeslege thesiege
siege slege was W9S celebrated celebrte by the Boers Bar firing firingheavily fring fringheavil firingheavily
heavily heavil into the town The attack atlck was wa re repulsed repulsed repulsed ¬
pulsed at 10 a m On April Apri 11 1 we re received recelte recelled ¬
celled celte sixtyeight shells but there were wereno wereno wereno
no casualties casualtiesCOLONIAL cualies cualiesCOLONI casualtiesCOLONIAL
COLONIAL COLONI REBELS RE CASES CASESA CASE CASESpecal
A Special Specal Tribunal Likely LIel in lie Cre Created Crentell Crcated ¬
ated to Try Tr Them ThemCAPE rhell rhellCAPE rheiiiCAPE
CAPE WWX 6WX April Apri 30 3015 lO115O 1150 a n m mIt mI mIt
It I Is learned leared on on excellent ucelenl authority authorty that thatthe thalthe thatthe
the the Cape Government has ha decided to sub submit submit submit ¬
mit a a bill bi to Parliament nrIament for the establish establishment eslbIsb eslbIsbment establishmeat ¬
ment of a special tribunal trbunal for or the trial trialof trialof trialof
of Colonial Rebels Rebels This Tis tribunal will wi con consist conslst conslat ¬
slat of Colonial Judges and its It creation creationwill creaton creatonwi creationwili
will wi obviate the necessity necesjly of o Imperial leg legislation legIsmton leglsjttion ¬
islation Ismton lsjttion for this purpose purposeThe purpose1e purposeThe
The 1e Cape Parliament Inrlament will wi meet in the thelatter te telater thelatter
latter later part of June when the measure will willbe wi willbe
be submitted It Is probable that
submited I mem members member memhers ¬
hers of the Afrikander Bond will
ber DoId wi oppose opposethe opposethe opposethe
the bill bi but buttbe the Government is bound bund to tocarry toCrry tocarry
carry it I through as many Dutch members memberswill member memberswill
wi will support it itThe ItTbe itThe
The Xiital tal Parliament Parlament will i meet on May
2 and a slmiliv slml bill bi will wi be introduced introducedTO introducedTO introducedTO
TO AID BOER WIDOWS WIDOWSW
A OE WOWS WOWSDourke
W v llonrkc Cockrnn
Distributing Dlltrlbutn an nnNEW antleal anAppeal
Appeal tleal for Iund IundEW FndNEW
NEW EW YORK April Apri 30 30W W Bourke BourkeCockran BourkeCkrn BourkeCockran
Cockran Ckrn Chairman Chalrml of the National atonal Boer BoerRelief BoerRelief I
Relief Rele Association Associaton which has offices ofce in the theSt te teSl theSt
St Sl James J1ne Building Buiding this cit et is distribut distributing distributing distributing ¬
ing a million miion appeals appeal to the American Aeric peo people pe peopie ¬
ple for funds to aid the Boer widows and andorphans andorhan andorphans
orphans orhan
DREXELS DRES YACHT YACH LAUNCHED LAUNCHEDflic LAU HD HDhe
rue he Margarita lnrnrln Leave the Wnyi Way YnTJ at atGreenocU ntGrccnock atGrecnock
GreenocU Today TodayLONDON Tocla ToclaLOXDO TodayLONDON
LONDON April Apri 30 30A A J Drexels steam steamyacht stea steamyacht
yacht 7bt Margarita Margrl was as launched launchei by b the Scott ScottCompany ScottCompany ScottCompany
Company at Greenock Gren k today todayL todayL todayId
L L Watson the designer Ilesgner of 0 the boat says saysshe saysshe saysshe
she cost 150000 150OO She is 323 feet In Inlength InItngt inlength
length Itngt 36 3 feet beam blm and an 18 feet deep Her Herdisplacement Herdhrplaeent Herdisplacement
dhrplaeent displacement is 2000 20 tons ton and her engines enginesare
are expected epect to develop develop 5000 50 horse 1or power powerwhich pwer pwerwhich powerwhich
which wi will give her a a speed spoe of o seventeen seventeenknots sventeen sventeenknots seventeenknots
knots knotsllnnt knots knotslut knotsInt
llnnt lut Ornur C f Caricaturing CalJc turln Victoria VictoriaBRUSSELS Vietori5BRUSSELS Ietorl IetorlBRUSSELS
BRUSSELS April Apri 30 30Tbe The police Jolc have haveordered hve hveorered hareordered
ordered orered a prominent prminent newspaper newsaper artist ar st to tocease tocee tocease
cease cee caricaturing caricturing Queen Victoria Victoria on pain painof Pn Pna painof
of a expulsion expulson from the country countryRorfolUJtAVn couutt couutt1ortolknhhl countryiorfolkWnahizigton
RorfolUJtAVn 1ortolknhhl iorfolkWnahizigton hInston ton Steamboat Co CoDellshUul CoDdfbUul CoDelightful
Delightful DdfbUul trips trpddlT daily at t 630 3G p m m to Old Point Pointromfort Pint
romfort romfort Newport Ner New New News Norfuili Norf il and TinioU
Beach Beuh For chnlulr fchfule tre ut se page Pge PgePrompt 7 7Prompt 1 1Prompt ViCl
Prompt service JcrTlce Lumber Iumbel aeut ent out o otiaae on onte onti3C
tiaae te and an boards boad only 1CO 1C at Cth and X Y 1 ave Ve
DEW DEWEY Y IN I CHICAGO CHICAGOThe OHOAGO OHOAGOTb
The Tb Admiral Achllrni Warmly nrml Welcomed elcoUed by bythe b bthe bythe
the Mayor Inor and Citizen CitizenCHICAGO Cllel9 Cllel9CHCAGO CitizensCHICAGO
CHICAGO CHCAGO April Apri 30 30Admil Admiral Dewey and andhis cd cdbls andhis
his party prty arrived In the South Chicago ChicagoStdtion Chicgo ChicgoSt ChicagoStatIon
StatIon St Uon at 950 oclock this morning moring and andwere nn nnwere andwere
were met by a special sleclal committee commlteo of twenty twentycitizens twentycitzens twentycitizens
citizens citzens headed by Mayor Harrison Harsn Upon Upontheir Upontheir Upontheir
their arrival in the city ciy proper the party partywere partyWere partywere
were escorted escorte to the Auditorium Audiorium Annex AnnexMrs Annex AnnexMrs
Mrs Ir Dewey being accompanied by mem members membT inembers ¬
bers bT of the Womans omnns Reception Recepton Commit Committee Committee Committee ¬
tee including Incuding Mrs 1 Carter Harrison Harlon Mrs MrsP Irs IrsP rs rsP
P Camondon and an Mrs Chatfield Taylor TaylorDuring TalorDurin TaylorDuring
During Durin the run to the city cly31ayor Mayor Harri Harrison Hari HariI Harrison ¬
I son extended etende to the Admiral and his bls party partya prty prtya
a hearty official ofcal greeting geetng When Dewey Deweyarrived Deweyarried Deweyarrived
arrived arried a salute rlute of seventeen guns gn was wasfired wasfre wasfired
fired fre on the Lake Lke Shore and also by the therevenue thereveue therevenue
revenue reveue cutter cuter Merrill forrU In the harbor hror There Therewill Tberewi Therewill
will wi be a dinner at tha th Annex Anne tonight fol followed folJowed followed ¬
lowed by a ball bal in the Admirals honor honorThe honorTe honorThe
The Te reception receptln to the Admiral Admirl threatens threatensto thr tens tensto
to become beome a peoples peplcs ratification ratifcaton of Dewey Deweyas Dewe Deweas Deweyas
as a candidate canddate for President Preident For a astrictly astrcty astrictly
strictly strcty nonpartisan non partsn entertainment nterlnment it I has hastaken hastaken hastaken
taken a strange strnge turn Here and there therealong tberealoug therealong
along the buntingstrewn buntngstrewn streets are ban banners banner baanezs ¬
ners ner with 1h the legend For President PresidentGeorge PresidentGeorge PresidentGeorge
George Dewey Thousands ThoWonds of buttons buttonswith butons butonswih buttonswith
with wih similar simiar Inscriptions Insriptions are being sold soldby soldby soldby
by street stret fakirs and groups of men are areheard areheard areheard
heard cheering the Admirals dmlrls name The TheAdmiral TheAdmlr TheAdmirtt
Admiral Admlr l himself himsel as well as a the commit committees commlltee committees ¬
tees tee in charge ohage may mi refrain rfrain from all ref reference re reterence ¬
erence erene to political pltcal matters maters while Thle he is in inChicago InChicago inChicago
Chicago but it 1 is believed beleved that the crowds crowdswill crwds crwdswi crowdswill
will wi not notThe not notThe notThe
The city ciy was en fete this morning Build Buildings Buid BuidIngs Buildings ¬
ings are almost hidden under decorations decorationsFlags decoratons decoratonsFlags decorationsFlags
Flags are everywhere and the sidewalks sidewalksare sidewalksnre sidewalksare
are black with wib people pople The crowd is im immense Immenseand imniense ¬
mense menseand and people pople have been pouring in on onevery onevery onevery
every train and each lake steamer Two Twohundred Twohundred Twohundred
hundred thousand visitors dsior it is expected expectedwill expectedwi expectedwill
will wi be In the city ciy by tomorrow morning
THE TH ASAHI AA GOES GOE ASHORE ASHOREJnpniiH AHORE ASHOREJnpnns I IJnpnnH
JnpniiH lug Il Battleship JntleNhlp A Aground ro rothe ruuud In inthe
the KliKllKh lu IIh Channel ChannelLONDON ChnnnelLODO linziuelLONDON I
LONDON April 30 30The The Japanese Japaneo bat battleship batteship batdeship ¬
tleship teship Asahi Ashl of 15040 15 O tons ton is i ashore at atSouth alSouth atSouth
South Sea in the English Engls Channel She ran ranaground rn rnagrond ranaground
aground agrond there after afer leaving Portsmouth PortsmouthHarbor Portmouth PortmouthJlarbr PortsmouthJiarbor
Harbor Jlarbr It I is feared fore that she may heel heelover heelOTr heelover
over OTr during the ebb tide tideA tde tdeA tideA
A number of tugs tugs are trying tryug to pail pni her heri herof heroff
i off of but so s fir they the have he been ben unabe uDb e to tomove tomove
1 move the big blr ship shipThe shipThe shipThe
The Asahi Asbl which losaid isald to be b the larg largest larget largest ¬
est et battleship batleSllp In the world word was launched launche a alittle alittle
little lte over a a year ago from the Clyde Bank BankYards BankYards BankYards
Yards Glasgow Gago She is of 15200 tons tOD dis displacement displacement displacement ¬
placement which Is said sd to exceed eced that of ofany ofan ofany
any an other battleship btleship by one hundred tons tonsOn to tonsOn
On February Februar 22 2 this year ear she had a nar narrow narrov narrov ¬
rov escape escpe from serious rous damage at Ports Portsmouth Port Portsmouth ¬
mouth where her heavy hoV guns gM were being beingplaced beingplllced beingplaced
placed In position poston While Wble a 6Inch 6lnh rapid rapidfire rapldfre rapidfire
fire fre gun gn weighing at least five fve tons was wassuspended wasespeno wassuspended
suspended espeno above abe the te deck dek preparatory prepartry to tobeing tobing tobeing
being bing lowered lowere into position positon It slipped slppe and andfell andCel andfell
fell Cel Just grazing the ships side an anC < falling
Into the water It I was wa thought tholht at the thetime thetme thetime
time tme that if I the gun bad struck tha th ship it itmight I itmight
might have gone through throgh her decks and anddouble ad addouble anddouble
double bottom bottomTHE btom btomT bottomTHE
THE T EXPOSITION EOSITION DISASTER DISASTERThose DIATE DIATETbole DISASTERThose
Tbole Those ResMoiiMlhlti R llaO JHlhJe Denounced by b the theAntiGovernment tlitAiitiCoveriznieut
AntiGovernment ntGoernnteut Press PressPARIS lrCI lrCIPARIS lreaaPARIS I
PARIS April Apri 30 3Xlne 30NIne Nine dead ded and an nine nineseverely nineseverely I Iseverely
severely injured Injure is the accurate acurle record reord of ofthe orthe ofthe
the accident nccdent at the Expedition EXplton grounds groundsyesterday gond gioundsyesterday
yesterday esterda Two victims vetI a a a woman woma and a a alittle altte alittle
little ltte boy 0 have not yet been identified identifiedThe Idenle identiedThe
The Te antiGovernment antGonrnment press pr is bitter biter in inits inits inIts
its denunciation denunclnton of those th to t blame bhe for the thecareless te tecareleS thecareless
careless careleS construction cODtructon of o the bridge brdge which whichcaused whichcause whichcaused
caused cause the disaster disasterThe disa disaterThe tcr tcrTe
The Te Matin Iatn says SyS There is only o oe oejudgent ocejudgmentto = e eJudgment I
Judgment judgent judgmentto to deliver delver on the sad sd event event It ItIs ItI Iti Itis
Is i this thi Those Those who did not no n think tink of pie pieventing preventing pceventing
venting the public publc from passing p < lng under unr a acardboard acardbn acardboard
cardboard cardbn bridge after afer having havng themselves themselvesrecognized temlves temlvesrecogized themselvesrecognized
recognized recogized it I as unsafe and ad these who whohave wbobave whohave
have bave opened attractions atrctoM to visitors vlslou which whicharc wblcharc whichare
arc not protected proteted against agalDt fire fre are guilty guiltyof giy giyo guiltyof
of o crime crimeREPORT crlmeRORT crimeREPORT
REPORT RORT ON THE TH CARTER CAT CASE CASEAlleged CASEAlleged
Alleged AleJecl Arrangement ArranJemcnt for the tae Divis Division Dhll Divlsion ¬
ion of Government Money MoneyATLANTA JIunc JIuncA MoneyATLANTA
ATLANTA A TLA Ga April Jprl 30 30The The report repr of ofEdward orEdward ofEthvard
Edward Johnston the expert detailed detie by byAttorney b bAtorey byAttorney
Attorney Atorey General Generl Grlggs in the Oberlin Oberln M MCarter MCarter 1 1Carter
Carter case cse brings brng out the fact that be between between ¬
tween Carter Carer Grecn Grern and Gaynor there therewas therewa therewas
was wa a a regular reglar onethird onethir division dlslon of o the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment
Government money The Te expert report reportshows reportsbows reportshows
shows a continuance contnuance of the divisions divisionsmonth dlislonmnth divisionsmonth
month mnth by month as the money was wa raid raidby rad radby raidby
by the Government from the beginning bgnning to tothe totbe tothe
the end of Carters control at Savannah SavannahIt
It shows Carters onethird of the spoils spoilsto spis spist spoilsto
to t have been ben over 550000 inclusive of his hisshare blsSare hisshare
share Sare In the the last checks for 57574990 57574990which 575 575749Owhich 4990 4990which
which were paid over in New ev York at t the thetime thetme thetime
time tme Carter was ws about abul to leave the dis district dlstlcl district ¬
trict tlcl when succeeded succeeed by Captain Gillette GilletteIt Giete GieteI
It I will w1 be remembered rmembered that th on the court courtmartial courtmrial courtmartial
martial mrial trial tral it was wa shown that tht Captain CaptainCarters CaptainCarters CaptainCarters
Carters personal expenses xpensc had increased increasedgradually incred incredgnuUy increasedgradually
gradually gnuUy from frm about 2500 In 1891 189 to 30
000 per annum In n 1S97 and that he was wascontrolling wascntrlng wascontrolling
controlling cntrlng a large amount of o bonds and andother nndother andother
other assets which hlb he testified testfed belonged to toMr tor toMr
Mr r Westcott Westctt his fatherinlaw and the theincome th thIncome theincome
income from frm which Carter testified testf testifieki West Westcott Weslcot Westcott ¬
cott cot had hd allowed nlove him to use since the death deathof deth dethof deathof
of Carters Carers wife wie in 1892 It I will wi be be recalled recalledalso recled recledalso recalledalso
also that Westcott Wetcot was wa in Europe Europ when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the courtmartial courtmartal of Carter Crter was S In projr projrress pro proess progress
ress ess and declined declned to return and ad t testify try in inthe inthe inthe
the case caseIt cse cseI caseIt
It I was on the refusal reru l of Westcott Yutctt to ap appear appear appear ¬
pear and ad substantiate substntate this statement sttement that thatAttorney tbatAtorney thatAttorney
Attorney Atorney General Griggs largely based be his hisdecision hisdecsion hisdecision
decision decsion affirming afrming the judgment judgent of o the thecourtmartial thecurtmartal thecourtmartial
courtmartial curtmartal in the reference of the case caseto caseto caseto
to him by the President The correctness coreness of ofhis ofbls ofhis
his conclusion has been overwhelmingly overwhelminglydemonstrated overwhelminglydemontrted overwhelminglydemonstrated
demonstrated demontrted by recent developments The Theofficers Theomccr Theofficers
omccr officers of o the Governnront GCernDnt now have in intheir intheir intheir
their possession pOEt6son a written Tlten statement from fromWeEtcott fromertcotl fromWestcott
WeEtcott ertcotl In Inhlch which he repudiates as a fab fabrication fabricton Tabrication ¬
rication ricton Carters statement sttement that the assets assetswere assetswere
were Weelcotts estcotts
Carpenter Cnrpeuterl Defer Their StrIke StrlUeHAZLETON StrIkeHAZLEO StrikeHAZLETON
HAZLETON HAZLEO Pa Pa April Apri 20 20It OI It has been beendecided beendeided beendecided
decided deided by the Hazleton Haleton Carpenters Carenter Unio Unioto Unioa Unioato
to give gie the local locl contractors contrctors two more moreweeks moreweks moreweeks
weeks weks In which to consider conside the demands demandsrecently demds demdsreenl demandszecentty
recently reenl made by the union for a nine ninehour nlnehDur nineheur
hour day and ad a a wage age scale scaJe of 225 22 A Acommittee Acommitee Acommittee
committee commitee will wi calj cal on the contractors contractorswith crttors crttorswth contractorswith
with wth a view of winning winig them ove in n the themeantime thementme themeantime
meantime mentme all al the tradesmen trdesmen la the city citywill ciy ciywl citywill
will wl be thoroughly thorughl organized orgnle orgnleTbe organizedTue i iThe
The Io lOIe lie Keeelven ReCcl e Xoblea XobleaROME XoblesROME 01le5 01le5ROME
ROME April Aprl 20 OTho The Pope this morning morningreceived morningreceived morningreceived
received a number numbr of nobles some Italian ItalianI Italianpilgrims
I pilgrims pigims and others oter This TIs disposes cou of the therumor te terumor therumor
rumor that His Holiness Holnes was a taken tken ill illafter Illafter
after yesterdays yeterdays reception reepton at St Peters PetersCheaapenUc Peters PetersChenlunkC PetersChesapeake
Chesapeake ChenlunkC Beach on the Bay BayDaily DR DRDal BayDaily
Daily Dal excursion ectnion trains trin commence cmme May I Leave Lne
Crpke Chesapeake Junction Juncion 10 a m and 4 p in m Leave ve
Beach 1230 12 290 23 and 630 p in m 50 5 cents cnt round roundtrip roandtrp roundtrip
trip trp Take Columbia Clumbia car carShelving cr crSlehlng carSlaciving p
Shelving Slehlng Hoard Ioarlb Boards 12Inch wide and andiretsrA anddrrru anddreaM
dreaM drrru Libbey LbbI two 4 Co ades sidea lde and both bth edges tgf Bli e 2V 2 cents centsLibbey centsLibbey nt ntLbbI
BOAST OF THE FILIPINOS FILIPINOSAgninaldo FILIPINOSAguinalo FI1FIOAguiiialdo
Agninaldo Aguinalo Likely Soon to Rally Rnl His HisScattered HisScatered hisScatteretl
Scattered Scatered Forces ForcesDcKjmtcliCH FoiccsDcapatelie olces olcesDelatcllcK
DcKjmtcliCH Front Hongkong1 Joukoug Declare DeclareThat DeclnreTbat DeclareThat
That Otis Ha Inl line Utterly Uterl Failed 1nled to toluell toquel toQuell
Quell quel < the InHurgreiits InlurgeutsColnmerchtl InlurgeutsColnmerchtlInterClt InsurgentsCommercial InsurgentsCommercialInterests Commercial CommercialIntercut
Interests InterClt SufTcrlnK Snferln in Luzon LuonStnh bosonA bosonAState A AStatv
State of Aiiarvhy A Jareb Said to Exist KxlxtLONDON Ellt ElltL ExistLCNDON
LONDON L DO April Aprl CO OAccordlng According to the theDaily t theDaily e eDnl
Daily Dnl > Mails Hongkong 10ngkong correspondent correspondentthe crrpondent crrpondentte
the te situation sltuton In the Philippines PhUplnc is more se serious 5 5ril asrious ¬
rious ril u than thn General Otis Ots reports indicate indicateT Indicte IndicteH
H T says eaysIn sys sysn saysIn
In n spite spie of O General Generl Otis Ots proclamation proclamationfiat proclamaton proclamatont11 proclamationt41
fiat t11 the rebellion rebelon in the Philippines Phlpplnt Is com comVietey cm cm1letel corn1ietey
Vietey 1letel crushed crlhed and that a state of tran tranquillity trn trnuUly trannuillity ¬
quillity uUly exists the condition conditon of affairs alalr from froma
a commercial coumercnl point pit of view Is most unsat unsatisfactory unst unstbfactor unsatisfactory ¬
isfactory bfactor Almost twothirds twtblrds of o the exports exportsto expor
to and md onehalf one hl of the Imports Import from the tbeislaids theislaLds thetslaads
islaids pass pas through Hongkong Hongko and arc archandled nrehandled archandled
handled by English Eglsh firms frms directly directy or as asagens a aagens asagens
agens for or American Amerlc or 01 other oter houses housesFirms house housesFirms
Firms doing big business busines in Manila Mania and andwhich andwhich andwhich
which made preparations accordingly suf suffered su an anfereti ¬
fered fercl a great financial nnncal loss los by the tardiness tardinessof trdine
of Otis Us In clearing cearing out the few insurgent insurgentbardft Insrgent Insrgentbt insurgentbards
bards bt that tht make It Impossible Impible for the ag agricintural agrlcutural agricuturai
ricintural classes clnsc to cultivate cultvate their lands landsFor landa landsFor
For months past the merchants mercbant have been beenhoping benhoping n nboplng
hoping from frm day da to day that tha active actve steps stepswoull 2HP sepswouli
woull ouU be b taken tktn to effect efet this result resultWhen resulLWhen resultWhen
When General Generl Youngs men swarmed swarmedfront swarme swarmodfrom
front froU Dagupan Dgupan to Aparri Aparl It I was thought at atlast allast atlast
last the decisive decshe moment had hd come After Aftorwarl Afterwari or orwarj
warl It I was found that this movement was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not countenanced cuntenanced by General Generl Otis and andfrom aDdfrom andfrom
from that tht day do to this things have gone gonefrom Ine Inefrol gonefrom
from frol bad to worse worseThe worsrbe worserhe
The Islands are practically prctcnJy In a a state stateof stateof stateof
of anarchy anarhy and can only be compared compare with withAcheen withAc withAclicen
Acheen Ac een which w lch the Dutch have been trying tryingto tring tringto
to conquer for or ICO 1 years yearsThe yearsThe ei
The Filipinos Fipinos in Hongkong boast that thatas tat tatS thatas
as S soon as tbe rainy season pesn begins IB II May MayAguinaldo MayAguinaldo 1ay 1ayAguinaldo
Aguinaldo who Is I hiding in the mountains mounialusof
of northern Luzon will nih 1 organize another anotherInsurrectionary anotherInsurrectonar anotherinsurrectionary
Insurrectionary Insurrectonar government and nd rally rly his hisscattered his3tered hisscattered
scattered 3tered followers folowers once more moreIt more moreI moreIt
It I is generally gene mi conceded concede at the War De Department Deprtment Dcpartment ¬
partment prtment that the t1e campaign cmpig in the Philip Philippines Phip Phippnes Philippines ¬
pines pnes will wi be discontinued disntinue for the next few fewmonths fewonths fewtnonths
months onths The rvlny rlny season commenced commencedabout commencel commencelabut commencedabout
about abut three weeks ago and will wi be at its itsheight it itsheight
height by the middle midle of May 1ay While ae aeknowledges sekrwl asknowledgthg
knowledges krwl gng that the American Amercn forces will willI wi willbe
I be compelled compele to remain reIln inactive Inacthf for some sometime sometime re retme
time tme War ar Department Deprtent officials ofcials refuse to tobelieve tobeUee tobelieve
believe that the insurgents Insurgent will i gain aay aaymaterial any anymaterial
material mterial advantage during during the Interval IntervalThis Interal InteralThis intervalThis
This opinion however is not consistent consistentwith con911tcntih consistentwith
with ih the experiences of last year Yta and an it J is isapparent Isapprent isapparent
apparent apprent that Secretary Secretry Root Rot is greatly greatlyconcerned greaty greatycBcerne greatlycoscerned
concerned over the possibilities The ac activity actvly activity ¬
cBcerne pllblte
tivity tvly at at the War Department Deprtmen In furnish furnishing furnlsbIng furnishlog ¬
ing men and an supplies srpUe for the Army In the thePhilippines thePhippines thePhilippines
Philippines Phippines does os not seem sem to indicate IDl te that tbattbe thatthe thatthe
the Administration AdmlnlHrton expects expect an a early ery peace peacein pe peIn peacein
in the archipelago archipelagoDEED archipelagoDID archipelagoDIED
DEED DID AS A THE TH FTREBELL FEDE RANG RANGCaptain BAG BAGCnlatnln RANGCaptain
Captain 3IcAvoy Jle 0 Expire a as > He Ic An Antttverx ln lnser n nner
tttverx ner the Call CallNEW Cal CallNEW
I NEW EW YORK YORK April AprJ 3 3Tbere 3There There was wa waclngng a ackmging aclanging
clanging clngng of the gong goge Firemen Fireme slid sll down downpoles downpoles downpoles
poles The Te harness brne fell upon UIOD the Impa Impatient impa Impatlent ¬
tient tent horses boes But Capt Ca Michael lcbel McAToy McAToystarting Mekty Mektystr1ug McAvoystarting
starting str1ug from fromhl from1his his chair at the te old o familiar familiarsignal fastiftarsignal lr lrl
signal l which teh had h tailed le led him zo oft otea often a to todanger toInge todanger
and tottered and fell back backdying backdying
danger Inge a daring drin toter ad b
dying He had tried trie to answer aBw r his ht last lastcafl lutc isatcall
cafl caflThis c call
This Tis was ws at noon D Saturday atray In the e quar quarters qur qurter quarters ¬
ters ter of Engine Engue Company Compny No o 0 O < W at atEal atEast 506 506East
East Eal 137th Street Stret IK b I Kse ks h as than two wo boors boorshe bus busI boorshe
I he le was dead ded Before Bfoe the ad came eme a 3 kindly kindlypriest kisdlypriest
I priest priet and the stricken strlken mans wife wie awl a son sonwere Mn Mnwere senwere
were with him He died In his wifts arm armwith mu armswith muwih
de
with wih the priests prets hand haR upon upn him himHe himHe himlie
He was wa foreman of o No o 69 t 6 and a bad led ledbis le ledhis
his men into all sorts rt of places pac where wheredeath wheredeath bee beedeath
death lurked lurke The alarm alan which sounded soundedat sne
at noon nn Saturday Sturd was not n in II his bi district districtbut 4lat districtbut t
but bt it I is the rule that the men In shall shal go goto goto goto
to quarters and aD the te horses bores to harness brne at atevery atecr atevery
ecr every alarm alam in order to be ready readyThe r rqadyThe dy dyThe
The foreman who was wa snayone S tyone year yearold yearaolt yearsold
old was on the second floor r of Ihe th build building 11 buIldtag d dIng ¬
olt seO te
ing when the gong gg soume 5uoe aoundeL L The men menwere menwere menwere
were at their places in a a moment They Theywondered Tbeywondered Theywondered
wondered that tht paces be bad bd proved proe laggard fcc fcrthe ferthe fccthe
the Diet frs time tme but they did not know kn He Hebad Hebd Hebed
bad bd sprung up at the familiar sound sufd but buthis bt btbis buthis
his heart grew suddenly weak eak and ao he fell fellback feUback fellback
back almost almOt lifeless lfele As there te was wS no sec second s seeend ¬
ond alarm alarmlhe the men went up to a see what wht bed bedbefallen hd hdberaJen hadbefallen
befallen beraJen their chief and an so they found fond him himstricken 1m 1mslckenbis himstricken
stricken slckenbis his ears ers dulled dule tj t the te sound sund cf cfballs c ofbells
balls bUs forever oreer He le was ws alive alhe no n more moreThey me meTbey moreThey
They ran r for doctors dotor and an two responded respondedAfter respode respodeAler respondedAfter
After Aler a brief examination examlntor hey said al be was wasdying wasdying
dying and ad a fireman frman ran o the Church of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St St Jerome and hurried hurrie H messenger mesnger to t C31 C31East C1 C1East 6iEast
East 139th Street whjre Mr 31r Mrs McAvoy McAvoylives McAvoylives 1cA oy oylves
lives lves She arrived arrhc soon son with wih her fifteen fifteenyearold fteen fteenyearol fifteenyearold
yearold
yearol son sonHe fcnHe sonHe
He Joined joine the Fire Fir Department Deprtmenl in De December December Dccember ¬
cember 1S65 186 became assistant assslD foreman in in1SS2 in18S2
1SS2 and foreman in 1SS7 lS8 He bad not notbeen notben notbeen
been ben ill 1 previously previouslyA
A CHICAGO CCAGO BREWERY REY BURNED BURNEDThe BURNEDThe UED UEDThe
The Atlas Jta Company COmllnJ Plant Destroy Destroyed DestroyciL ¬
ed ciL With Ith JSITOOOOO oooon Loss LONKCHICAGO LOJf LOJfCHJCAGO LossCHICAGO
CHICAGO April Aprl 30 30Tbe The Atlas la Brewing BrewingCompanys BrewingCompanys BrewingCompanys
Companys brewery hrewcr at 6SO 60 50 Blue Island IslandAvenue Islad IsladAene IslandAvenue
Avenue Aene was S destroyed destroye by fire early ealy this thismorning thismo thismorning
morning mo lng Flames Flame were first f t discovered discvered in inthe Inthe inthe
the drying drlng room rom on thi th upper floor for The Thebuildings Thebuidings Thebuildings
buildings buidings are practically prctcly a total tota loss The Thevalue Thenlue Thevalue
value of the plant was over 1200000 1200000Fire 20000 200000 200000Fire
Fire Chief Denis Swenie was thrown thrownfrom thrownfrom
from rom his buggy bu g while wble going to the fire and andbad andhad andhad
had one on leg painfully plllnuly bruised bruisedLUMBER brl braisedLUMBER d dLUfE
LUMBER LUfE MILLS Me MAY MY CLOSE CLOSEThe CLOSEThe CLOSEThe
The Market Badly ladl Affected Ateeted by b Car Carpentcr Carientcr
pentcr Strike StrikeNORFOLK Strlkel StrlkelIORFLK StrikesNORFOLK
NORFOLK IORFLK Va Ya April Apri 30 30Fm 30From From an au authoritative nothoritative u utborltU ¬
thoritative tborltU e source It it was ws learned leaned today toay that thatinteresting thatinteresting
Intere interesting tng developments are ae expected expectedfrom expot expected expectedfrom d dfre
from fre a meeting meetng of the North orth Carolina Carolna Pine PineLumber PineLumber PineLumber
Lumber Association ASScaUon which wblc is scheduled to tobe tobe tobe
be held here next Tuesday TuesdayThis Tueday TuedayThi TuesdayThis
This Thi association 85oclaton is composed of o the own owners owner ownera ¬
ers er of about abut twenty mills mis In Virginia Virgnia and andNorth andNort andNorth
North Nort Carolina Carolna and practically prct faly controls controlsthe controlstbc controlsthe
the lumber market maket It I is understood underto that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the association oclaUon will wi very probably prbbly order orderall orderal orderall
all al its It mills mis to shut down on account accoJt of ofconditions o occndtons ofccnditions
conditions ccndtons brought about abut by the tl strkes strke of ofcarpenters ofcarpenters
I carpenters center in the North ortb anC nne West West These Thesestrikes Thesestrikes Thesestrikes
strikes have hve affected aeted the lumber trade to toa toI toI
I a great gal extent extent Two months Ionths ago the mills millsi mis misoull
I I oull ould nol supply the demand Today they tbeybave theyhave
i bave millions mllos of feet eel of olumbe lumber for or which whichthere whlcbtere whichthere
there is no demand The Te closing coslngor of the tbemills themms themills
mills wonld throw at least Jet 20000 men out outof outo outof
of o employment employmentSeeking employmentSeekln employmentSeekinir
Seeking a Porto RIcnn Judsship JudsshipELIZABETH JUlhslfp JUlhslfpELIZABETH JutigahipEUZABETH
ELIZABETH N J 3 April Apri 30 30Frank 30FrankBergen 30FrankBergen Frank FrankBergen
Bergen started strte for Washington Wasblngon yesterday yesterdayto esteray esterayto
to consult cnlt Senators Senator SeweR Sewel and Kean it is issaid Issad issaid
said sad relative relatve to the movement movemen on foot fot to tosecure tosecre tosecure
secure secre for him the appointment appintent of o Judge in inPorto InPorto inPtrto
Porto Rico Governor Voorhees Voorhees Is Is strongly stronglyurging stongly stonglyurging stronglyurging
urging Mr Bergen for fer the place and ad it Is IssaW issid isants
saW sid he will w1 have the te endorsment eD0renl of At Attorney At Attorney ¬
torney torey General Griggs If I Mr Ir Bergen Bergen finds findsthat fnds fndstht findsthat
that tht the two t o New ew Jersey Jerey Senators Senat rs will 1 en encourage n ncurge iicourage ¬
courage curge him bm he will i become becme an activaap activaappirant acHval activeasplrant
pirant for the place Should he
plae receive relve the theappointment theappolmmenl th thappoifitment
appointment he would retire rUre from the the th Gon GonFowler Gongreslona oa oagressionai
greslona gressionai contest contest making making Reprentve ReprentveI Representative RepresentativeFowlers
Fowler Fowlers s renomination io a certainly certainlyDoor ccrlr ccrlrDoorl eertatatcDoors
I Door Doorl mode smooth tmoth a as silk UU and free freefrom freeIrom freefrom
from arc any Unote kpot price prc only nJy J1S3 n2 105 at 6th and ao X i Y Yarc Yan i iare
DIRECTOR nIoOf JOHNSOtf JOHSOlf RESIGNS RESIGNSTo RIGNS RIGNSTo
To Retire Jetre From the Ilrarran Bua1 of En EnKrnvlntr EnIralnI Engraving
graving IralnI and Printing PrlntrnjrSecretary lrluial lrluialSret PrintingSecretary
Secretary Sret ry Gage this mornjngrecelved morJn reled the theresignation tbereigaton theresignation
resignation reigaton of o Claude M Johnson J hon Director Directorof Drtor Drtoro
of o the Bureau Bure u of o Engraving EngrVm nd and Printing PrintingThe Printng PrintingThe
The Secretary Secet has not accepted acctte It l but will willIn willin J
In all al probability probblty do so in the te course cure co rseof of a afew afew afew
few days daysIt daysIt daysIt
It is said that Mr Johnsons Johnwll resignation resignationwas relgllton relglltonwz
was wz expected by the te Stcmary S cAtar and It i la lafurthermore I isfurthermore
furthermore stated froaia froc reliable le source sourcethat adurcethat
t1a surc surcthat
that the Appointment Clerk aietw of Je the Tr Trury T Tmury
ury Charles Chrle Lyman Is 1 issleted > slated s e toLJUl toLJUlposition toliuipositfon o l
position polon vacated tCte by b MrJlhns MrJbnsiii Sir Johnsiui M ME ME MB
E E AlIce private rvate secretary seeT to t Ui UiStates UIState UIStates
States State Treasurer Trurer Roberts Robers Is 1 i being ben i itloncd Itoned ztioned
tloncd toned as a the successor succCor of t Mr r Lyman LymanChief Lymanche LymanChief
Chief che of o the Appointment AppoltCenl Division DivisionMr Dvisio Dvisior DivisionMr
Mr r Johnson when seen s n by y a reporter reportersaid reportchsaid epor
said Zld that tt business buslne engagements enggent of or1 ofa a pri private pr private ¬
vate te nature and 1d the lh condition cndltQ of o his bl health healthprompted bealh healthprompted
prompted prpted his resignation resignation He HI will 1 engage engagein engge enggei engagein
in i business buiness in New York orktutth tut bu the greater greaterpart greaterpart greaterpart
part of his hs time tme he will wl st stsi4in id l In Wash Wasaington Wah WahInston Washington
ington ingtonMr Inston1r ingtonMr
Mr 1r Johnson Jobnsn was wa appointed apPolttel to t his hi present presentposition pr presentposition nl nlpoiton
position poiton seven years year ago bjr bj Secretary etQ Car Carlisle Culs1e Carlisle ¬
lisle ls1e He le is a holdover holdovr Deupsrat D ort and his hisretention hisretention i
retention has been oppos oppE oppos4 by the rep representatives repreonttves represontatives ¬
resentatives reonttves of the labor Jabr unions unloM Mr MrJohnson MrJohnson r rJohn
Johnson John on favored the use of machines mahne in inthe i Inthe
the Bureau BureauTEN Bureu BureuTN BureauTEN i
TEN TN YEARS YS FOR tILLER iLTLLERThe tILLERTue L LThe
The Franklin Prnukln Syndicate SndJeue 3Iaii lazi Sen Sentenced Sentencect Seistenecit ¬
tenced to Sinn SlnJ MK SIn 1rlMoi 1rlMoiXEW lrlNowXEW irisonNEW
XEW YORK YORK April Apri 30 30Wllm Z0lVilllam William F Mil Miller MUIcr U
ler the 5 30 0 per cent man of the Franklin FranklinSyndicate Frnkla FrnklaSyndicte FreaklliSyndicate
Syndicate Syndicte fame was sentenced senteb by Judge JudgeKurd JudgeHurd JudgeHurd
Hurd this morning In tbe county wnty court of ofBrooklyn o oBrkyn ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn Brkyn to ten years Jeaf in Sing Sing Sing The Tbesentence Thesenteme Thesentence
sentence was wal pronounced pronounced on n bt but t one of the tbetwenty thetwent thetwenty
twenty twent Indictments Indletment for grand larceny larcenywhich lareny larenywhich larcenywhich
which were returned returne against to Miller 1iel the theone te teone theone
one in which blch he is charged cbaro with wih stealing stUn stUnt800 stealingl0o
t800 1100 from Mrs lr Catherine Moses oses one of ofbis O Ohis ofhis
his depositors depositorsMiller dopos1o dopos1o11er depositorsMiller
Miller 11er was a brought broug down to the te court courtroom cout courtroom ¬
room rom from the Raymond R08d Stnwt t Jail Jai Be Before Defore Belore ¬
fore sentence seDtene was wa pasted ped Miller Rler said aald that tbatbe tat thathe
I be was w twentyseven years yer old that tht he hewaa beW hewas
was W born bor in New York city ety that tat he lived livedat 1hed 1hedntl3 livedat
at ntl3 132 Vernon Avenue Avene that tat ke was w a brett broker brk brke bretter ¬
er e that he was S not no addicted addt to t the tse tseof 1se 1seor sseof
of intoxicating iDoxlCtng liquors Jqlor and bad had never be beto4 beto betO
to4 to been ben convicted convlete of crime crimeFrederick ermt crimeFrederick
Frederick Freeck House Hose representing reprt tn the tb de defendart de dofwsdat
fendart fWt moved move for a new ne qlon 4riaI < rlal on eight eightgrounds eightgonds eightgrounds
grounds gonds The principal prlncll poisxs on which whichMr whlcb1r whichMr
Mr 1r Hose House based bs his hs plea ple pt504 were err that hat the theverdict theverict theverdict
verict verdict had been contrary cntQ to 0 law and andagainst a andagainst
against agins tho weight of the evidence ijdene that thatillegal that1egai thatIllegal
illegal 1egai evidence had ba been aJoweO aUow by the thecourt Ibecort thecourt
court cort and aD that it I did not appear apa from frcm the therecords therecrs therecords
records recrs what wbt the crime was sf e which Mil Miller Mu MuIcr U Uler
ler was as 5 convicted covlete The Te motion moton was wa denied deniedMr denie denieLMr
Mr House lGase then moved mon d for a 1 a suspension spensln of ofjudgment o ojugmont ofjudgmunt
judgment jugmont and this th motion moUo ira W was also as denied deniedMr dentedMr enfe
Mr Ir House Hole after sentence seDt was ws Jr Yffo Yffonenec ro roEcanes
Ecanes nCon went before beore Justice Jus Maddox Mddox of ofth o otbl ofthe
th tbl the < Supreme Court of Brooklyn Brh n and ad made madea Ide Idea
a cjotion otoa for an order er to sbar sw she why a eec certlftte c eectifistte
tlftte tute of o reasonable reSbe doubt dub should a0uld nn be begranted b begranted
granted Justice Maddox granted nted the
gote Justce at thl ir iroer frW zrdr
oer W It appoints apIDt May a 4 jfs tjyday 1t day on onwblck onwblch onwhich
which arguments agments will wl be neard Br on n the thecerti8cate he hecertificate e eeerikte
certificate eerikte thus acUng uatif uatt that tt time as asTHB a asa
a teThCe say stay upn upon the errIn carrying st t a of tn the 5Cn 5CneDe yen yenteThCe
eDe
eDeTI THE TI STRIKE SI SITUATION SEFUATIOITEfforts SIUATON SIUATONEfort SITUATIONEfiorti
Efforts Efort to Arbitrate the he Xetv eW York YorfeCentral Yurkcntrnl YorkCentral
Central UllScalry UllScalryBUFFALO DUfcul DUfculnrF DiiflcnltyBUFFALO
BUFFALO nrF LO N Y 1 April Apr 30 3UBl ZIakag Unless the tnedemands t thedemands
I MDDS demands of the Xew York Central Cest ear er re repair n repair ¬
I pair lr and aD yard yr men me are a granted gni or f some somesteps se seI somesteps
steps sep are taken tken by b the te atrd railroad iIread company companytoward ompy ompytowr companytoward
toward towr bringing bIging about abt a settlement sJement of the tkeexisting t theexisting e eesing
existing esing strike srike this ti afternoon atenion the labor laborleaders 1abr 1abrleder laborleaders
leaders leder say sy they will U call el out 0 all al New York YorkCentral YorkCentral YorkCentral I
Central ear er repairers repier and a yard j men me be between b between ¬
tween Buffalo Bufalo and an Xew York York The esti estimated esUmhjd estimnia4l ¬
mated mhjd total toal in this thi line JBe of o work wok is 20008 20008men 20SOImen t
men me Settlement Settemenl of the strike sk all al rests restswith re restswith
with wJh the New ew York Central Centrl officials ofdals The Theother Te Teoher Theother
other oher roads rd interested Intee the Western Wetern Xew XewYork XewYok NewYork
York Yok and Pennsylvania PenDsylnl Delaware Dlnwre I Lcka Lckawnn Lacks Lackscanna acka ackawanna
wanna wnn and Western Weter Lehigb Lhgh Valley taley Xlckel XlckelPlato ickel ickelPlato cel celPlae
Plato Plae and an Buffalo Bufall Rochester Rohete and an PiUs Pittsburg Plt PiUsrg
burg brg rg whose employes emploJe to te t number of orI
I 760 decided dlde to quit Saturday Satur lY night and andyeuterday andI andyesterday
I yesterday yeterday are said ld to be willing wlng to abide abideby abideby bide bideI
I by tbe Xe Xew ew York Yok Centrals Centl Decision flsfon ecision in the tbematter te teI themstter
I matter All Al the other oher men me are lre striking srikng in insympathy InI insympathy I
sympathy with the Xew York Central
svpatby wih Cntl men menand menaD menand
I and aD because beaue they were er compelled cple to repair repairand repir repiran repairand
and an inspect Inpet Sew York Central Cc cars cr ac according accrding according ¬
cording crding to t a joint agreement sremet that t at has bees beesin be beenin
in force forc for some time timeThe time timeThe
The State Stte Board Boar of Mediation Iedlon and d Arbi Arbitration Arbitraton ArbiIration ¬
tration traton Is trying trJhg bard hrd to De D of some serv service ser service ¬
ice in arranging aranging a settlement sdteme of o the te strike strikebut strikebt strikebet
but bt thus tht far has met with little ltte success successA suce successA
A Ameel meettjjg g was held hed late yesterday yeerday after afternoon afer aferno afternoon ¬
noon no at which the strike sike leaders leier submitted submittedtheir submitd submitdtbelr submittedtheir
their best bst terms to the New ew York Central Centralwhich Centralwblc Centralwhich
which wblc have hve not changed chage in the te slightest slightestdegree sJgbtest sJgbtestdegc slightestdegree
degree since the work
degc men quit qui rk They Theywant Tbeywlt Theywant
want wlt more money than they have been beenpaid ben benpnld beenpaid
paid a slight s1ght increase which whic aggregates ngegate a alittle alte alittle
little lte over 4000 00 per month In the payroll payrolland pol payrolland
and ask that the 150 15 men that tha were dis discharged dlscbarge discharged ¬
charged cbarge after the union nade ade its It demand demandbe demandbe demandbe
be reinstated reinstatedCommissioner reinstatedCommlsioDtr reinstatedCommissioner
Commissioner CommlsioDtr Delahanty of the State StateBoard Stte StteBoard StateBoard
Board returned to Xew ew York last night nightand mghtand nightand
and this tis morning moring was in consultation cnsulttln with withSuperintendent withSuperintendent Ith IthSuperntenllot
Superintendent Superntenllot of o Motive otve Power Wilt W li lit He Hewlll Hewill
wlll 1 telegraph telegph the result of his Js conference conferenceto cnference cnferenceto
to Buffalo Bufalo trying tryig to get gettt it here this art arterncon a afterncon
erncon ernconLABOR ernconLABOR
erneonLOR LABOR LOR TROTJBLE TROUL AVERTED AVERTEDtectlcut VERTED VERTEDConnecticut TED TEDConuetcut
Conuetcut Connecticut tectlcut Builders DnllhrH Grant Their TlselrMen TheirIen TheIrMen
Men Ien an ElchtHour EhhtJo1r Day DayBRIDGEPORT DayBRiDGEPORT Dn DnBRIDGEPORT
BRIDGEPORT Conn Cnn AprU30Tho AprU pri SO 30ThO Tho de demand demand deinand ¬
mand of the Carpenters Cnrenter Masons on Brick Bricklayers Bricklayer Bricklayers ¬
layers layer and Plumbers Uhionsif Uhiousor no iOl or an eight eighthour elgt elgtbour eighthour
hour day da was granted gantedtod1 today toda by tbe As Association Associaton Assoclation ¬
sociation sociaton of Contracting Contractng Builders BuildersA Buide
A strike was averted by the th concessions concessionsmade cnccsslons cnccsslonsmade coacesslonsmade
made madeDEMANDS j jDEVIANTS t tDES
DEVIANTS DES OP BOSTOK BOSTO OST j LABOR LABORSeveral I0R I0Rj LABORSeveral
Several Strikes Likely Likelytoe to Be e Jnnnpru Jnnnprurnted Inau Inaurntell Inaugurated
rated on May Ia Iny Day DayBOSTOX Dah DahBOSTO DayBOSTON
BOSTON BOSTO April Apri 30 30AUve 30A A lively May ay Day Dayin DayIn Dayin
in labor circles crcles is promised promlse for f r tomorrow tomorrowTbe toma tomaThe tomorrowThe
The brewers have refused to o grant the thedemands thedemands
r gnt
re te teI
demands of the engineers engineer for an n eighthour eighthourday elghtbourdny eightboorday
I day at 3 A strike has ha accordingly a crdngly been beenordered ben benorer beenordered
ordered orer The Te brewers brewer may goiont gOlont with Uh the theengineers tbeengineer theengineers
engineers engineer and tbat would tleVup te up the te beer beersupply beersupply beersupply
supply of the city cityAbout ciy ciyAbout cityAbout
About About 100 1 carpenters carenter alcdhave ak hae made madeemand a ademand ademand
demand for an eighthour eighthor 3ay a T at a a mini minimum minimum minimum ¬
mum wage of IIS 15 per pr weeK and antt wi will also go goout goout goout
out out Various firms frms firmshave have agreed to this de demand demad domand ¬
mand mad and of the 1100 110 who Jad jnad made it only onlythe onlythe oSlythe
the number named name has been left leftThe 1e1 left leftThe
The garment gament workers vorker are r talking of o a astiike asfke asttikebut
stiike sfke sttikebut but no D definite deta understanding u1erndlng has hasyet hasyet
yet ye been cached cachedThere eache eacbedThere
There Tere are ar SCO 0 oo lathers Inters who want 250 0 or orS3
S3 3 a a Yr vk trrek < ck advance advanc In theef thcti6nt the ceent ent of ofthe the de demand demu demand ¬
mand mu d clng lng refused nu d the inca mClhavdbeen have bavebeen bcen or ordered ordere ordered ¬
dered dere to strike strke strkeSeeretnr strikeSecretary i iSecretary
Secretary Seeretnr Lonpr Lon Loszj itclnrnji itclnrnjiSecretary hetu teiurn teiurnSecretary i iSretar
Secretary Sretar Long Lng has h returned r Ue to tothe the le city cityfrom ciy ciyI cityfrom
from Boston and was a at his hIs desk d k at a the theXavy theSav theNavy
I Navy Sav Department Detnrmenl this tbl J gprnlng gprnlngFlynnit orning orningFlynns r g gITnn
Flynnit ITnn Business Cu CtsflcgeJth eetb se > > tb and anl 1C 1CAVIndotr ICI5Cesaus
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TAYLOR IN FRANKFORTI FRANKFORTIe FllNFORT FllNFORT1e
He 1e e Demands Delant to o Know if There Are AreIndictments Are AreIndictments AreIHdiCtIllelItS
Indictments Against Him HimPnllx lim limInl 111wPnii
Inl Pnii Pnllx to Get n Satisfactory SutllractOI Answer Annwerand AnNwel AnNwelnn Answerand
and nn Will 11 Iteturn leturn to Washington nahlnJton at atOnce atOne atOnceSuspects
Once One OnceSuspects SuHpectM SUII ct in the AMnn Assassina Assassinalion nlnu nlnuthn Ina Inatl
lion tl m u of < if Oocticl Goelcl to De BeArraigned Arraicrned rrIJ d Be Before liefOre c crore ¬
fore Judge Cantrill Thin ThIIAIeluoon ThIIAIeluoonLUISVILL Afternoon AfternoonLOUISVILLE AfternoonLOUISVILLE
LOUISVILLE LUISVILL Ky April 30 3OW OW W S STaylor STaylor STaylor
Taylor who ho arrived arived here yesterday yeteray from fromWashington tromWashington fromWashingtoo
Washington went went to Frankfort Fkor this tis morn mornIng mor mornfog
Ing and demanded demnd d to know 1O whether whethe any anyIndictments nnyidictents anyIndictments
Indictments idictents were wee outstanding outndlng against agnst him himHe him himHe
He could get no n satisfaction sUsfUon from frm the Dean Democratic De Deortc Deanocratic ¬
ocratic ortc officials OmClil and Ind will wi return retur to Wash Washington W Washington h hington ¬
ington at once once It I Is not probable proble that tt iiier iiierindictment iie tb tbindictment
indictment will wi be made7 made7public mad public publc for several severaldays scerl scerldays severaldays
days While Whie all al the officials omcils refuse reue to dig discuss di digcuss ¬
cuss cus the matter mter It Is generally generly understood understoodtbat unaerstcodthat understoodthat
that the indictment was wa filed fle with Judge JudgeCantrill JUdseCatrI JudgeCantrill
CatrI Cantrill ten days ego go and is still si In his hispossession hispoe hispossession
possession poe lo where It will wi remain remai till tl he sees seesfit see seesfit
fit ft to make mke it public publicAll pubUc publieAl
All Al Al the morning morng Taylor received reeive visitors visitorsmost viior visitorsmost
most mot of o them tem being bing prominent promIn nt business buslnesamen busineS busineSmen businessmen
men of o this city ciy It I is 1 said that tht Taylor Tylor ia iaprepared i isprepared
prepared prepaed prepared to furnish furnih bonds bnd for any ay amount amountTaylor amountTaylor ount
Taylor admitted adited sending sendI a n a telegm telegram to toCommonwealths toCommonwelhs toCommonwealths
Commonwealths Commonwelhs Attorney Atoe Franklin FnkUD ask aaking asklag k kIng
ing if I ho was wa Indicted and receiving a a re reply reply reply ¬
ply referring reerng him to Judge Cantrill CantrillTaylor CantrlL CantrlLTaylor CantrillTaylor
Taylor said bo did not like lke to discuss discussthe disus disusthe discussthe
the case ce tbat was ws before beore the United Unite States StatesSupreme Sae SaeSupreme StatesSupreme
Supreme Court but felt quite confident confidenttbat confdont confdonttht confidentthat
that tht if i the Judges considered considere the matter matterat mte mteat matterat
at all al he would win He said id his talks talkswith talkslb talkswith
with lb Governor Gov rnor Roosevelt Roeel former forer President PresidentHarrison Presidet PresidetHarrison PresIdentHarrison
Harrison and former Secretary Secretar of the theTreasury th theTreasury
Treasury Teaur Carlisle CaJae bad h strengthened strengened this thisopinion thisOph thisopinion
opinion Oph OD While whl Mr Ir Carlisle CrUsle did not bold boldas holda boldas
as a sanguine sngl views yiews Iews as a General Gener Harrison Harrisonstill Harisn Harisnstl Harrisonstill
still stl he said Std the case was w the te strongest strongestof stngeD stngeDof
of its kind ever enr offered of < e in the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court CourtTaylor Court CourtTaylor
Taylor Tylor said sk tbe moot m pleasant plesnt Incident Incidentof lucenl lucenlof
of his visit visi to the te East Ea was wa his hs meeting meetingwith meeing meeingwit meetingwith
with wit Governor Cooro Roosevelt Rvel that tht he wanted wnted to tothank totbnk tothank
thank tbnk him hi personally penly for forhis his bl kind words wordsGovernor wo wordsGovernor
Governor Govror Roosevelts Poseelts reply repl was wa that tht there therewere th6e th6efre therewere
were fre no thanks thlks due l e hEm He had only onlydone ony onydone onlydone
done what be heconcelvcd conceived cnceive to be his bl duty dut and andit andI andit
it I was his great gret regret regre that tt be could not do domore domore domore
more for one of the most mos persecuted perecte men menIn menIn menin
In the history hlr of o the country countryWhile cunt countryWhile
While Whle he would wold cot o discuss discs the guber gubernatorial gler gleri guberastoria ¬
i astoria natorla nomination Dointon injsse in Incase c the suit si was wasloat waslost
i lot in the Supreme S reme Court Crt Taylor Taylr de denounced de denouMe Cenoussed ¬
nounced nouMe as another anbe infamous Infmou lie le the thestory tbestor thestory
story stor that tat be wanted nted to f g geT T C but t of Ken Kentucky Ke Ketucy Kentueky ¬
tucky tucy and an was w hopeful hopeul of securing seeBg a mis mission mi mis misslon ¬
sion s to same Eee foreign foreg country countr countryIn in ease Frost President Ie Frostdent ¬
det dent McKinley eKnley was ws reelected reelectedThe relete reelectedThe
The arraignment aigaet of o the suspects sp who wh are arela arein areIn
in custody csody and an who have hve ben ben indicted Infete for forcomplicity ro rocompUdty forcomplicity
complicity in the assassination a Qaton of o William WilliamGoebel WUU WUUGbel WilliamGoehel
Goebel Gbel will 1 take tke place ac today tay The T1e bear bearing hl hearlug ¬
lug lg ot o proof prot on the te applications appt8 for bail bailwill bU bUwl bafiwill
will wl be b nearly nerly as a complete mpee as a tbe trl trials trialswhen trialswhen
when hn they the finally f Jy eonte cne on o as akIs it It is under understood nntor nntorsO naderMood ¬
stood sO both bth sides Me wit wl introduce la8e practically practicallyall prctely prctely2J
all 2J the proof prof they have on O band at t this thistime thi thistime
time timeThose te teTbOC timeThose
Those TbOC who h will wf be b arraigned arrigne are Caleb CelebPowers Cleb ClebPower CalebPowers
Powers Power Harian Han Wkltaker Wltke John obn Davis DavisWharton Dr DavisWharton
Wharton Golden Gode W H I Cotton Cclon and aD Tal Tallow Ta Tallow ¬
low Dick Dlk Combs Cmb colored cl r henry Henr E E Yout Youtsey Yot Yotsy Youtsoy
soy sy one oe of the defendants defeat who will wl be Ie in incourt Ine incourt
court e on application appUeton for bail bi has h already alreadybeen trety trety1en alreadybeen
been 1en arraigned aige and n has h entered entere a plea pe of ofnot otI ofnot
not no suHty gty His attorneys L L J Craw Crawford Crw Crwford Crawford ¬
ford and R R W Nelson Xelson ot o Newport er ar arrived arrive artired ¬
rived rive last night nightJudge night nightJudge
Judge uge Cantrill CaBtI will 1 not arrive arive from fromGeorgetown frm frmGeetewn fromGeorgetown
Georgetown Geetewn till ti noon non today toay and an the court courtwiil crt crtm courtwill
will m not n be ae convened cnvene until unt 2 oclock ocok The Theproof TheproC Theproof
proof proC on the motions motons for ball bl in the cases casesof cse cseot casesof
of Powers Power Davis Das Wbitaker Whllker and Combs C mbs It Itis ItIs itis
is expected exected will wl be entered entere upon upn first firstthough lnt firstthough
though this is not compulsory cmulsor and will willdoubtless wi wiI willdoubtless
doubtless consume the entire day As Assoon AsI Assoon
I doubtess cnsume daY
I soon son as this is disposed dispse of oCproldlng providing the thequeetion theI thequestion
I question queton of change chaue of venue enue is brought up upfirst upfrstthe upfirstthe
first frstthe firstthe the evidence eiene affecting tectng the guilt git of ofthose orI ofthose
those tboe who ho are are arraigned arrige and an who are ask asking ak aklng asktag ¬
tag for bail will be entered upon upn and it I is isbelieved IsI isbelieved
believed will occupy tbe most of this thisweek thisweek
I week weekEightyodd weekI weekEightyodd blee wU ocpy tis tisweek
I Eightyodd Elgbtyod witnesses winese bave been ben sum summoned sumi sumatoned ¬
i atoned mone in connection cnneton with wit the motions moton for forball forI forbail
ball 01 and also aso large numbers who ho will wi tes testify testfy testify ¬
I tify tfy as to whether bether the suspects sus t could or orcould orcould orcould
could not get fair trials in this county countyS cunty cuntyECKS countyBECKRAMS
BECKRAMS ECKS S BRIEF RIF RIFTbe PILED niiEDTlie PILEDThe
The Governor GOClnor of Kentucky Iientuck Answers AnswersAV AneraS
AV S Taylor Complaint ComplaintThrough ComplaintThrgb ComplaintThrough
Through Thrgb his counsel counsl Lawrence Lwrence Maxwell Maxwelljr Mwel
jr of Cincinnati Cincnnat and W S S Fryer Por an anLewis anLewis au4 au4Lewis
Lewis McQuown McQuow of Kentucky Kentuck Governor GovernorJ
J T C W Y Beckham Becka of Kentucky K nucIr this thismornlns thi3morning j jmorning
morning filed fle a brief brle In the te Supreme Court Courtof Cour Couror Courtof
of the United Unite States in answer to the thecomplaint te tecomplant thecomplaint
complaint complant of W S Taylor appellant appllt from fromthe fromth fromthe
the th Court Cr of Appeals of the State Stte of Ken Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky ¬
tucky The Te case ce Is the contest con contestfor teal tealfor j
for the Governor Govercr hip Ip of Kentucky Kentuckywhich a awhich > Iwhich
which Governor William WI1 Gccbel lost lo iis iislife ie iele Iqlife
life and which hich has cost that State State sciii sciiimoney muumoney
le an cos
money and trouble troubleThe troubleThe troubleThe
The brief bre filed red this morning state stte that thatthe thatthe thatthe
I the gist gis of Taylors claim clam is that he has hasbeen hasbeen
been deprived deprved of the office ofce of Governor Goveror Goverorwitout Governorwithout j jwithout
without witout due ce process proces of o law In answer the thebrle thebrie j jbrief
brief says sy that tht the highest higbes court cur of Ken Kentucky Ke Kentucky
tucky has ba held that tht Tpylor Tylor never nver acquired acquiredtitle acquiredtiUe
title tte to tbat office ofce under und r the method metho pre prescribed Drescbe nrcscribed ¬
scribed scbe by b the constitution conttuton and laws law of ofKentucky orK ofKentucky
Kentucky K nlucky The decision decsion of tbe State court courtinvolved courtinvolved
involved Invole no Federal question queron and ad there therefore tberefore therefore ¬
fore tbe Supreme Suprme Court Cour of o the United UnitedStates Unied UniedStates UnitedStates
States is without wihout jurisdiction jursicton It I contin continues contn contnue continusa ¬
usa ue the argument arment by claiming caiming that tat Taylor Taylormust Taylermust Taylormust
must first frs show title tte to the office efce Fcr Fcrmore Fr Frmore Ftrmore
more than a hundred bundre years year the Kentucky KentuckyConstitution KentuckyConatitutica
Constitution Consiuto has provided prdded that the te results resultsof resut resultsof
of o the elections of o the Governor Govenor and Lieu Lieutenant Ueutfnant Lientenant ¬
tenant tfnant Governor shall sl be b ascertained aserined and andfinally andfnnly andfinally
finally fnnly ture settled ete and declared declare by the Legisla Legislature Lgisla Lgislature Legisiature ¬
tureThe
The State Constitution Consttuton of 1709 provides providesthat prides pridestat proridesthat
that tat contested cnteted elections elftoDs shall be deter determined determine dotecmined ¬
mined mine by a committee from frm both bth houses bousesof houes houeso housesof
of o the General Generl Assembly A smbly When When n ape specific apedde ¬
cific cfic mode moe for fo the determination deterinaton of a con contested contese contested ¬
tested tese election electo is provided provded by the tb State Statelaws Statelaws Statelaws
laws that mode moe is exclusive cuslve the te decision decisionby decisionby decisionby
by the Legislature Legslature was final fnal and not sub subject suhject subject ¬
ject to judicial judica revision rviion or annulment annulmentGovernor anulmenL anulmenLGoernor annulmentGovernor
Governor Goernor Beckhams Bekhms title tte is founded founde on onthe onthe onthe
the declaration decarton of the Legislature Leglatue while whileTaylors whileTaylors hle hleTaylors
Taylors claim is s based base on a certificate certificateIssued cerUf certificateissued te teisued
Issued isued to him by the the State Board Bod o of f Can Canvassers C Canyassers ¬
vassers vaser finally fnly superseded superseed and nd annulled annulledby nnnuled nnnuledb annulledby
by b legislative leslative action actionThe acton actonTe actionThe
The Te trial court moreover moroer in Its Is decis decision deis deisIon deciston ¬
ion jbted stated statedeertaln certain certin conclusions of fact fat cited citedIn cied ciedIn citedin
In the brief These findings not
fnding are ae open opento opn opnto opento
to review rvi w Taylors Tylors whole bole complaint says saysthe saysthe
the brief brIe Is that tal the State court ert refused refusedto
to admit certain certin parole parle testimony testmony to sho shot1at show showthat r rtbat
that t1at legislative legislatve action acton in n the te matter mttcr haS haSbeen h LaIbeen
been tainted by fraud No Federal
bn llnted ud Fe r ques question QUe question ¬
tion tt alleges Is Involve in this A
ton t ale e Inoll tis po political political ¬
litical Utc office o1ce created ceted by the State S1te Is rot rotproperty rotproperty Iotproperty
property under tbe Fourteenth Fourtenth Amend Amendment Amendmentmder Amendmeat ¬
meat mentmder under a recent decision decsion in the Ken Kentucky Kenucky Kentucky ¬
tucky ucky Circuit Ciruit Court Ccurt Court not yet reported rorted it itIs ItIs itIs
Is not property proprty at all allFrame al allrame allFranie
Frame house loQte Weather eather Hoarding oardlo oardloincb 6 6inches < 5 5inchrs
inches incb wide made mde tmootUly tDlOtb1n price pric 8135 1 155 at Cth Ch Chand 0thand
and N Y i aTe
SYMPATHY S ATIFOR FOR THE TH BOERS BOERSIleolntlon BOE BOEAu BOEBSAn
Au Efort Eort to Take Up Ill the PeUI Pettigrew PettigrewResolution r rUColaton
Resolution UColaton Defeated DefeatedIn D feated
In the Senate today toay Mr r Pettlgrew Pettgrew moved movedto movedto moveditt
to take lJe up the resolution reoluton offered ofend by him himFebruary hi himFebruary
FebruQ February 2 expressing expresing sympathy sympnt for the theSouth te teSout theSouth
South Sout African Afrcn Republic Republc and a best bet hopes hopesfor hODesfor honesfor
for the full success suces of o their determined determinedcontest deterIne determinedcontest
contest cntes for ta liberty lbry The Te motion moton was de defeated defeted Cetented ¬
tented feted by the following folo1I vote voteYeas voteYeaAler ToteYensAlleit
Yeas YeaAler YensAlleit Allen Bate Berry Be Chandler ChandlerClay ChandlerClay ChandlerClay
Clay Hale Harris Haris Heltfleld HeIt1elt Hoar l0r Jon JODS JODSor Jones Jonesof s sof
of Arkansas Arkl Kenney MeCumber Mcumber Slfc SlfcEnery J1t MbEnery
Enery Eer Martin Matn Mason Io Pettigrew Pettgew Hess HessTeller Ro RossTelIer
Teller Teler Turner and Vest YetZO YetZOXaysldnch Vest20 Vest20NaysAidneb 20 20Nays
Nays Xaysldnch NaysAidneb Aldnch Allison Allsn Bard Carter CarterClark CarterClrk CarterClark
Clark Clrk of Wyoming Wyomin Davis Dvis Fairbanks FarbaDks Fos Foster Foster ¬
ter Frye Frc Gallinger Galnger Gear Hawley Jones Jonesof Jonesof
of o Nevada Keen Ken Lodge Lge McComas cmas Mor Morgan Morgnu Ior IorIn ¬
gnu In Neleonv Nelson ehon Pesrose Peros Perkins Perkn Pettus PettusPlatt Petu PettusPlatt
Platt of Connecticut Cnnectcut Platt Plat of o New Ne York YorkScwell YorkSewell
Scwell Scwel Snoup Soup Stewart Stwat Sullivan Sulvan Warren Warrenacd Waen Waenaid Warrenand
and aid TValcott WalcottOil WalcottOilTHE Walct2 Walct2TH 23 23THE
THE TH NEW N DISTRICT DIC CODE CODEDiftcuKxIon CODE CODEDf CODEDiscussion
Discussion Df enlllon of f the he flatter Jlater to Begin De ln In Inthe Inthe inlie
the lie house Uou e May lay 3 SThe 3Te 3The
The Te bill bl to establish eblsh a code coe of law lw for forthe forthe forthe
the District of o Columbia Columbi was called cle up in inthe Intbe inthe
the House Hou this thi afUrnoon arLroon This bill bi after aftera
a number of hearings bearnls was wa reported reporte to the theHouse te teHoe theHonee
House Hoe on April Apri 14 1 having been introduced introducedby Intr ed edby
by Mr Ir Jenkins Jenkin of o Wisconsin Winsl on March Marc 2L 2LIt 21 21It
It will wi be discussed disussed In I the te House Hoe on the theevening theetenlnc theevening
evening etenlnc of Thursday Tursdy May y 3 3
PRINTERS PRmTES FOR OR THE T CENSUS CENSUSA C SUS I IA
A Favorable Report In the Senate SenateHill Senateon Senateon
on I a Joue House Hill HillSenator 111 BillSenator
Senator Sentol Carter Cte today ty reported repre favorably favorablyfrom faeeraMyfrom verby verbyfrom
from the Committee Commte on Census Cesus the te House HouseMil Ie lisosebill
Mil bU relating rlating to the Twelfth Tefb and d sabs sabsquent sbf sbfquent subee subeequent
quent censuses cenues giving the Director Ilrer of the theCenaus thpCenus theCentus
Cenaus additional additonal power pwer enabling him to toappoint toappint toappoint
appoint appint a Superintendent of Printing asia salary s asiaI3 ¬
ry Q 2500 O and to appoint appnt a staff saf of printers printersto printer
to issue l5ue the te documents doment and reports repr for fo the theCensus tbeCemu theCensus
Census Cemu Bureau BureauAT Burenu BurenuAT BureauAT
AT THE J H r WHITE WT HOUSE HOUSEA HOUSE HOUSEPart
A Party Part > of Buffalo lutn1o Bn Dntne BusIness lne Men Ien Call Callon Cal Calon CuEon
on Mr 11 3IcKiuley 3IcKiuleyA lel lnle lnleA
A party pary of Buffalo Bualo N Y business bslDe men mencalled mencle mencalled
called cle on the President Peet today to toinvite tQInvte toiavlte
invite Invte him 11 to attend aten the te ceremo ceremonies ceremo ceremonie eereaioales ¬
ales nie in that tht city ey incident IDdeDt to t lay laying laying laylog ¬
ing the cornerstone cnrne of 0 the Federal Fecel build building hU buildtag ¬
ing for the PanAmerican PanAmericn Exposition ExpositionMr EpslloB ExpositiosMr
Mr McKinley was also taviud 18I to at attend attend attend ¬
1 lclnJey W as t
tend the Mecklenburg 1leklenbrg celebration elebrtk to t be beheld te tebeld beheld
N C 22 22There 22There
held at Charlotte Chrott May 1y 1yThere
There were wer 1 a number of o callers cler daring daringthe donDgte daringthe
the te morning mornin among them betec BI Judge JudgeBartlett JadgeBartlett lge lgeBarlet
Samoa Bartlett Barlet Tripp Trpp formerly formerl Commtaskmer Comlker to toSamoa toSmoa toSamoa
Smoa SmoaPORTO
PORTO RICAN RIOA STUDENTS STUDENTSFourteen STUENTS STUENTSFourteen STUDENTSFourteen
Fourteen of Them Uetrelved Ie hed nt St St3IaryJs StIal St3lnrys
3IaryJs Ial Seminary Baltimore BaltimoreBALTIMORE Unlimore UnlimoreBALTDIORE BaltimoreBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE BALTDIORE April Apl St JFotea 3SFourteea Fcnrtee Porto PortoRican Foo FooRc FortoRican
Rican Rc ecclesiastical eeill students suD who came ce to tothis totbi tothis
this tbi country cnt te study stT English EDgl arrived aiv at atSt atSt
St 51 Marys rs Seminary Semin b Ps lest st night night They TleT are areRev ceRev axeRev
Rev Eiadio Eafo Yzquicrca Y21ulc a priest pl and aadMewrs a a1en andMessrs
Mewrs Urbano Tlamaz Joe J Jose Rivera An Andres Andres Andres ¬
1en Urbo TJ RiTr
dres EcaevAiria E keVa Pedro Poo Torre Tore Ramon RamonMartinez R RamonMartiaez on onraez
Martinez raez Pablo Po FarradeHas Farrd Ms Juan Rivera RiveraJ RIera
J 1 E Eu4u Eotaqvio U < i ilo Czar Cn Mariano Madano1arelis aanVrl yaraJle Je JMO JMOcastro O o oCastro
Castro Ctr Romaic Rmlo scaxr0Sio Vl Vletorfijfe VletorfijfeFemaadez Yletofii VietortijFenneadec
Femaadez FMDtUI48 and Ranson ROI Tiaagera mager lie Te Tesven TaSt TaStseven ltseven
seven sven are ar from ro foarteea foneea to sixte mten sixteen a years o oage ot of ofage
age e and an will U pursue pnce their tei studies ues at St StCharles StChes StCharles
Ches Charles College CollegeTbe Colege ColegeThe CollegeThe
The party pt arrived arve at New Xt York Saturday Saturdayevelrfe Stury SturyeTe SaturdayeYelg
eTe evelrfe l on o the te United Unte States Stae transport transportCrook tn tnCrk trsns2ottCrook
landed SUB SUBday SURdy Sunday
Crook Crk from San Juan U1 They The Jl
day dy morning mornig and were met by Rev Dr DrHenry Dl DrHenry
Henry Henr Granjojj Gro of 0 St Marys ars Scmiaary ScmiaaryBisicpele Sir SemtaaryBIspeIect
Bisicpele BI eJ t of o Tucsoa Tu Arts A He eoadtict eoadticted cacl voeducted
ed e tera t m to St SL Agnes Ags Catholic Cth Church ChurchIroo Cbur ChurchIkootrt
Iroo Iot Ikootrt ti where they attended aten mass m They Theytb TheTthen Theythen
tb then then n seat ent to Jersey Jerey City Cty and a took the thetrain te tetin thetrain
train Baltimore BaltimoreRev BaltimoreRev
tin far for Blltm BlltmRev
Rev Dr A L 1 Magde Yagea president pet of St StMarys St StMarys
Marys ars Seminary Semar accompanied aempned by Dr DrGranjon DrGrnjon DrGranjon
Grnjon Granjon presented preente the Porto Rfoans Rin to toCardinal toCrin toCardinal
Cardinal Crin Gibbons Glbs today toay Dr D Migaiea gla will willafterward willafterward 1
afterward aferrd take th t the younger ycuuer ones to St StCharles St StCharles
Charles Carle CoHege Dr D Magmten MaJen said slt that thatthey tt tttey thatthey
they tey all al appeared appeaed very er bright bl t and an Intelli Intelligent IntelJ intelitgent ¬
gent and that tat he expected exete them to be b suc successful su sue sueeaseful ¬
easeful tul In their studies One of the te stu studnts ntisdots
stu o su sudnt
dots dnt is said sd to be b a nativebora natvebn Spaniard Spaniardbut SpeDbrd Spaniardbut
Rico but he has h lived lve most mo of his hi life is i Porto PortoRico PortoRico PorteRico
RicoA
AN A INTERNATIONAL DTNATONA DAM DAMTexan DA DATexnnH DA3tTexans
Texan Kavoralily Ff olnbl Impressed With AVitliIt WithIts Ith IthIa
It Ia Its Great Benefit BenefitEL neuettx neuettxEL BenelitsEL
EL PASO Texas Teas April AII 3 3T6 3The Tke equita equitable el12 el12ble equitable ¬
ble distribution disibuto of water for for the purposes purposesof PI PIof
of irrigation Irigton In I tbe arid aid sections setNs of e tbe tbeUnited tbeUnie theUnited
United Unie States Sttes is a problem pr bleni that tat has ba r rmandsd e ema coos coosmanded I
mandsd ma the best bt thought of legslators egsiltc and andengineers andenginer andengineers
engineers enginer In the Rocky Roky Mountain oDtln and a Pa Pacific Pat Paelfic ¬
t cific cfc States Stte and a Territories Teritries the success s of ofagriculture o oagiculure ofagriculture
agriculture agiculure depends ded upon upn an n artificial arU1 pro process pr prces proceas ¬
cess of o securing scurig the te requisite requiie moisture mstu for forthe fertbe forthe
the soil soi The Te annual rainfall rlDfalis is barely b y suf sufficient suffcent sufficient ¬
ficient fcent to make mae grass g grow gow on the ranges rangesand ranse ransead rangesand
and ad even then the supply is I meagre meage since sincefrom sincefrm sincefrom
from frm five fve to twenty acres ae of grazing gnglad gngladae land landare landare
are ae necessary necesr to sustain sutin a single animaL animL It ItIs I Itis
Is therefore therfor impossible impOlble to produce pruc a crop cropof cropo cropof i
of o grain gin or grow gw an a orchard orhd cave m ve by bymeans b bmeans bymeans
means of irrigation Irrgtoi The Te soil is i often ofe a awide awide awide
wide level stretch of o alluvial aluvl deposit depoit upon uponwhich upn upnwhic uponwhich
which whic nothing notblg thrives thves but cottonwood ctowoo trees treesand tes tesad treesand
and ad useless ueless bosque bsque but watered wtere amply the thereturns te tereurns thereturns
returns reurns for each acre are surprisingly surrngly prof profitable profiable profitable ¬
itable iable There Ter is scarcely sccelT a a day in the year yearwhen yearwhen yearwhen
when the agriculturist aglrlturst cannot cnnot labor lar in his hisfields hi hisfields
fields felds more mor than ta one crop rewards him an annually annuly annually ¬
nually nuly and his bi products pruct bring brng better beter prices pricesthan prces prcesthn pricesthan
than thn are realized r lzed in the East Et or South SouthConsidering Sut SouthConsidering
Considering Cnsidering then then that tt there is more land landthan lad ladth landthan
than th water with wih which to irrigate irrgate It it and andthat ad adthat andthat
that In the West W t as elsewhere agricul agriculture agicul agiculture agriculture ¬
ture is i an a essential eseta foundation foundaton of o prosperi prosperity pr ¬
I ty 7 It is i not surprising srrsing there is i a constant constantagitation cnstnt cnstntagitton constantagitation
agitation agitton of the question quetion of o an equitable equitabledistribution equitble equitbledlslbuUon equitabledistribution
distribution dlslbuUon of the available water wter sup supPl suppl supPIT
Pl PIT PITSince
Since only the te Government Goverent can Cn control controlthe cntrl cntrlthe controlthe
the distribution ditrbuton of o water for the Irrigation Irrigationof IrrIgton IrrIgtono
of o land and since the te inhabitants Inhabiat of New XewMexico NewMexico ew ewMexico
Mexico and Colorado Colordo cannot cnnol be b deprived deprved of ofthe otthe ofthe
the water they now use use it seems sems not notunreasonable notunreanable notunreasonable
unreasonable unreanable that thl legislation 1elslaUon should be In Invoked InToke inrotted ¬
rotted Toke to construct cnstct the international IDteratonal dam damAs da damAs
As an act of international Itertonl comity cmiy the dam damand d dand damand
and reservoir recroir would restore retre tbe ancient ancientrights acent acentright ancientrights
rights right of Mexico Iexlc and a a friendly frendly nation cationwould naton natonwould nationwould
would rejoice rejoie at at at the simple justice justce in equi equity eui euity equity ¬
ty which would wouldthus thus be shown shownMOB shownMO shownNOB
MOB MO LYNCHES LYC A NEGRO NEGROlie NEGROle NEGROlie
lie le Shot the Sheriffs Slu rl1 Wife rc in Eicnp EicnpInK EcnpIn Enenping
InK In From ront Jail JailMARSHALL Jnl Jnl1LHALL JailMARSHALL
MARSHALL 1LHALL Mo April prn 30 30A A mob mobbroke mobbrke mobbroke
broke brke Into ht the Jail jai here here at 11 1 oclock oclok Sat Satunlay 5t 5tnray Satunlay
unlay nray night and ad lynched lyched Hindee the negro negrowho negroho negrowho
who ho In escaping jail Friday Fridy night Dlgt knock knocked klk klke knocked ¬
ed e the sheriff herf senseless senless and d then shot the tbesheriffs theheitrs thesheriffs
sheriffs heitrs wife wifeTh wfe wfeT wifeThe
Th T The man mn was recaptured Tecptured Saturday Studay andbrught and andbrought andbrought
brought brught back bck to t JaiL His companion cmp3nlO has hasnot hasnot
not nt been b e found He was as IdsntlDed l tfie by Mrs MrsWilson MrsWilson
Wilson Wlscn as the man who shot sot her This Ti in incensed Incnd Inceased ¬
censed cnd the citizens citizensMrs ctzens ctzensr citizensMrs
Mrs r Wilson WiSn is badly bdly wounded woucded but ut it is isthe isthe igthe
recover the opinion of her physician pbylclau that tat she he will willrecover willrecover ll llrover
rover
1 roverThe
The hawaiian Jawafan Dill nll Signed SignedI SI necl
I I 1 The President Pesident signed siged the Hawaiian Hawin Ter Tert
t ritorial ftorial Government Goverment bill bi at at 1240 1O oclock oclockI ocok ocokthis oclockthis
I this afternoon afternoonI ate afternoonsk on onAd
I A Ad sk U your our druggist dIRtlt for Kretol KretolI Kretolrhrbt EretolBright
I Bright rhrbt new Jew tICS kiliidrird klucrlfII Lath LUut Jut jatreceived Jutrcncrd Justreceived
received rcncrd ready for or use u Price Pie t 350 Liblwy Lbb Libbe o Cu
LOCAL MEG AN1ll SUPPLY SUPPLYTiie iiFi iiFiThe r rThe
The Secretary of War 7 lC Sends Sendsa a Re Report Report Repozt
port to tlie tb Senate SenateThe SenateThe SenateThe
The Feasibility FeaslblJh and Desirability Desirabiiy of ofFiltration ofFitraton ofFiltration
Filtration Fitraton Urgently tr entl Ue leomreAded leomreAdedal Recommended Recommendedas ommended ommendedas
as al Necessary > eceary ecear for the be Public ublc Health HealthImmediate Iealb IealbImmediate HealthImmediate
Immediate Legislation LeJblutlon Asked sked4 sked4timnied kedE Es Estimated ¬
timated tmuted Coat of lropo lrovoed cd System SystemS SystemThe SltCm SltCmTe SystemThe
S
The Te Secretary Seretr of War today ty forwarded forwardedto foraed foraedto
to the Senate Se te a a report rer on o the te feasibility feasibilityand felblty felbltyand feasibilityand
and propriety prprey of filtering fler the te water wte sup supply rp rpply anpply ¬
ply of Washington Wahinton The Te document doent con consists cn cnIlt consints ¬
sists Ilt of a letter leter from trm the te Chief Chle of Ecgin Ecgineers Engineers gn gneer
eers eer Brig Gen Ga John ohn M Wilson Wiln reporting reportingthe replng replngtbe repoHiagthe
the results rat of o an a extensive eve investigation investigationInto ivetgton ivetgtonInto Investigationinto
Into the te matter mUer sad aD a a detailed dee estimate e teGr teGrte at atthe ofthe
the te cost cst of o the work required reui The Te Inves Investigation Inve iaveztigation ¬
tigation tgaton was wa made by Lieutenant Leutenat Colonel ColonelMiller Clmel ClmelMie ColonelMiller
Miller Mie who has h charge chr of the Washington WashingtonAqueduct WashingtonAqueduc Yahlfgox
Aqueduct Aqueuct and an General Geerl Wilson Wiln concurs concursIn cncu concursIn
In the conclusions conclusion and ad recommends r ommend that thatthe tht thtthe thatthe
the work of o filtration fltn be taken ten up at once onceas oce ocea onceas
as a necessary De ar for the public puble health het He Healso Heas Healso
also as suggests sugge that tht Congress Conges enact ect such suchlegislation suehItglslaUon suchlegislation
legislation ItglslaUon cee ceed as a will wi permit pt the work ork to pro proceed 1 procee ¬
The Te investigation Investgton was made under the thoact to toact theact
act approved June 3 3 3S 1898 188 which enables enablesthe enble enablesthe
the proper officer of the te Government Goverent hay having ha haIng haying ¬
ing charge chare of the Washington Wahinton Aqueduct Aqueductand Aque Aquedtictand ct ctand
and water wte supply npp of o the te city cty of Wash Washington WashIngt Washington ¬
ington Ingt D to make mke an a investigation ivetgton of o the thefeasibility thetelbUty thefeasibility
feasibility telbUty and d propriety of filtering ftelng the thewater thewter thewater
water wter supply spply of o Washington Wablngon and an to t sub submit submit submit ¬
mit to Congress Conge a a full and ad detailed detUe report reportthereon repr reportthereon
thereon and to meet all al necessary neesr ex expenses e oxpensea ¬
penses peD of o said al investigation Invegto S66 se S Is Isasked I isasked
aked asked for SaW Sai report repr shall sl be b accorc accorcpanted aer aecompanted
panted paie by a a detailed detied estimate estmate of the cost costof cst costof
of the th work required and In making the theinvestigation theinvestigation
a to toInvestgton
Investgton investigation and in i the preparation preprton or orthis ot ofthis
this thi report reprt the te Chief Chi of Engineers Egneer of tbe tbeUnited tbeUnie theUnited
United Unie States Stl Army Ary shall shn be b associated associatedwith a5ted a5tedwt associatedwith
with wt the proper officer omcr of the te Government GovernmentIn
engineer engineerThe encleel engineerThe In charge of the te Aqueduct Aquect as a cooetiltJng cooetiltJngengineer eltg eltgencleel eooeuliibgengineer
The report repo states ste that tat the te water w r oapply oapplyof snpy snpyof
of o the city ely has ha received Teve attention ateat ca t8 coetem coetemporaaeeaely tem temporaaeetteiy 1Y
poraaeetteiy pray with vtb the he original orgnal laying Jyg eat eatef ft fte eatof
ef e the tJe Capital CapL A history or of e Ue le efforts eot to t
bring bnB pure Ire water to Wasbtegtoe Waeig fc tln from m
Great Gr at Pails Fll and aD other oer point pDt follows foi w wch wchthe with withthe h htbe
the w wek week rk done de by Iy Congress Cges state s MS J iS aDd aadrelates aDdretes ansirelates
relates retes that tbt Major aor LEafaat LEDtast under er
General Gene Washington Walgto made ma na nr nuercs er cs nor surveys s norveys ¬
veys vey for fol this purpose purposeTbe pre preTe purposeThe
The daily coMuntptton of water bs the
Te dly Cum e e bf M the
District Delt of Columbia Cohlmia as furnished fue by I the tbeaqueduct thoaquett theaqueduct
aqueduct aquett has b increased mro front rI 17 17S64S48 11a48
S64S48 gallons ia 1S74 t t6i9S
a48 glO n 1 to t toOi9Si
979856 6i9S ia II ISM 1S Tae Mptedtoet awt ays aystorn B systern
torn is described delb as a taking tkag the water watersupply wter watersupply
supply sply from fr the Oe POC Potomac River Rvet at Great GreatFalte Grt GrtF2k GreatFSIIS
Falte F2k about abt fourteen foreen miles me8 above abve the city cityAt ot otAt eityAt
At this tj6 point pnt a masonry mr hun d < extends extendssetose eue exaendnacoos d
setose ac the tle river ne from rom tbe Maryland Yarll to t the tbeVirginia te teYJrgDa theVirginia
YJrgDa Virginia shore shoe Its It total tl length 1eBgt to 2 2Th 2Thfeet 77 77feet
feet feet and a the width widt of 0 its it erect er t in the tle Vir Virginia VIr Virpints ¬
pints gDi channel c1D1el and aa across acr Coons Ca Island bll is isS I
S feet 3 inches l he and in the Maryland ebas ebasael e ehaanel a aBel
aa te I
ael 7 feet fee 9 Inches Ine Is 1S0596 1Si26 tie e crest crestof ee er t tof
of the d dm dern m was w raised re from fre a a r ree referease refereaseof feren o oof eo
of o 14S feet above abve mean BU U tide the at the tJe Waebr Waebrsaae Waektagton r rlago
lago tagton Navy a Ya Yard tc li i5 fee feet a aHme abave t tsame
same datum dtum plane planeTbe pae planeThe
Tbe The e Dalecarila Dlel Reservoir Reerr has a a n nae star starage ar arage
age ae capacity CIt of e shoot a1t la I54I 6 Mf g gall gallis U Uis >
is i practically ly wfihont wEt paved alepg sp p saJ ra rajjrfecdy 1 s sectly
jjrfecdy ey ectly protected pete against aglt poflMfcja r rthe athe
the he drainage drlse of the te stsiraaadtng sroag sroagas pl COM COMand seaand
and is i provided pov with wt a a spillway SY the tkeerence e eenne i ierenee
erence enne of o the t bottom bt of o which is i H 1 144 let letThe ret tout toutThe
The Te distribution IUswtt reservoir reMr has hs a atoras atorascapacity meeagecapacity S Sepcty
capacity epcty of o about abt 15 1 15SS S5666 s gallon gll and andis sadis d dI
is I divided dvde by a paddled pl and ad pared Jy waili wailithrough wt wall i iUrs ithrough
Urs through which wheh is a passageway pgewy which w can eaabe 0 0b canbe
be b closed with wft stop s plank pb into iat two sec sections s seetions ¬
to tions containing etalDiD < S7WOW 7 M O M and a 5X25M60 5X25M60gallons 35LOgalions
gallons gln respectively respectivelyThere rptve1y rptve1yThere respectivelyThere
There are ae four fCr reservoirs reor including ID g tko tkoFort tie tieFo theFort
Fort Fo Reno ReD Reservoir Reror which whil was built 1k and andis a andLa
is controlled trole by the th Ccvmisdeners ml of e the tkaDistrict te teDltl theDistrict
Dltl District of o Columbia Cluml The Te capacity epty o at < the tkalatter tD tDlatter thelatter
latter is about 4 JMM The
i abt gallons lk T io iota 10 lotat ¬
tat ta storage soge of all al reservoirs rerors is I about abouteee aM I ad adeeu
eeu eee > Md t gallons gallonsThere gle aiis aiisThere
There Thee is now B under 1Be constructies C for forincreasing forlncraa forincreasing
lncraa increasing < tbe water wter supply Sppy of 0 Wnshiag Wnshiagton Wig Wigton Wssiagton
ton a a tunnel t1nnel from frm the present pret dtstrtbst dtstrtbsting l distributlag t tIngreseror
lag Ingreseror reservoir to a a new leW reservoir reSrr situated situatednear nitnetednear te
near nea the Howard Howa University Uuiverty The T sew tewreeerroir LeWreror sewreservoir
reeerroir reror has ba a a capacity cpty of o Mdotteft JMM O5SI gal galloss galk galkIons
loss thus raisins the of g
lO ring capacity cpaeiy 0 storage storageto eg egto
to 6KM6666 i gallons glons The Te new reservoir reservoirbeing reserveirbeing r r
being bB situated stuate shoot ab foils miles mles east e oC oCthe orte ofthe
the te present peeat distributing dbtDg reservoir reseroir will 01 oc occapy 0 oneulty
capy cpy a more mr central centrl distribution ditbn point pt and andthus ad adtus antthus
thus tus somewhat Swat reduce rea the loss 1 5 of orhet bead beadHOW bendnon
D1 HOW obtaining oaining at Capitol Capto Hill 111 and ar east eastthereof et ettherat eastthereof
thereof therat The Tie level lev of wter water in this thi reser reservoir r rosecvoir r ¬
voir tor will l be b 114 11 and a it is I estimated eimte trill trilladd i1lladd f
add ad about nbt If Itee Mteeu teen feet eet additional adlnal height heght to totbe tote tothe
the te water ater delivered at Capitol Hill HillFrom HUIFrom HillFrom
From the figures given it will ill be seen seentbat seenI seenthat
that the Potomac River affords aa shim abundant lltndCUlt shimdent ¬
dent supply for the District of CohtnMa CohtnMaTbe CoiveshlaThe IaToo
Too present consumption eoasumptioD4I coenumptiea4 3A6M4M gal gallons gallons galIons ¬
lons per diem diemis is only about 7 per cent ee t of oltbe ofthe ofthe
the minimum U nimum discharge of 7666MM 7NIM Tka Tkapresent Thopresent Th0present
present population pop atlou ef the District of Co Columbia Co Cobia Cebzmbta ¬
lumbia bia is estimated as 2SM an and willaccording willaccording will willaccording
according to estimate probably ptOba ly ieek t k 6W tt
000 in 1930 At t the present rate of con consumption QuI consumption ¬
sumption this population would require a aper aper aper
per diem supply of about 1M0M6M 1GOO gal gallons gallons galIons ¬
I lons about 15 per cent of tile Bristaam Bristaamdischarge SEam SEamdischarge nImsmdischarge
discharge dischargeThe dischargei dischargeThe
The results of o analysis show that thot thotPotomac the tboPotomac thePotomac
Potomac water is dangerous to health byj byjreason by byreason byreason
reason of the quantity of bacteria present presentThe JtriSentt JtriSenttThe prsentThe
The number of bacteria present in one eu cubic eublc eubic
bic centimetre of o raw water has varied variedfrom variedfrom variedfrom
from 48 S to 51664 51 The bacteriological ex examiCKtion oxamication I II
I amiCKtion of o the influence water wat r was prin principally principally peiocipaily ¬
cipally conducted for fo the purpose of ascer ascertaining ascertaining ascertaming ¬
taining the quantitative results res lts or nuns number n nunsher m mber ¬
ber of bacteria without regard r gard to ciaasifi ciaasifiation a claselfiatioa ffi ffilUon
ation present In the raw water Qualita Qualitative Q Qualitatire alita alitatlve
tire examinations were made only to as ascertain ascertain ascertain
certain the presence < e of bacillus cell com communis commUDIs communts
munis This is the bacillus of excreta and andits anllits andits
its presence indicates sewage contamina contamination contatnination ¬
tion or contamination of like character characterfrom cbaracterfrom characterirons
from surface drainage Of O the specimens specimensexamined specimensexamined specimensexamined
examined 50 per cent cent or onehalf indi indiraay indicated mdicated
cated the presence o of this germ and Itf Itfmay it itmay
may be concluded that the water supply of ofWashington 0 of ofWashington 4 4Washington
Washington is dangerous to dealth and re rei re requires ccquires
i quires filtration filtrationIt filtrationUIt
UIt It may be stated however tbat Wash Washcity Wasbington Washfngtoa
ington bas as good a water supply as any anycity
city where filtration has not been adopted adoptedbut adoptedbut adoptedbut 1
but a system of filtration must be adopted adoptedand adoptedand i iand
and at once The filter tests bave shown shown1 shown1that t tthat rthat
that the water Is unobjectionable after be being beIng being
ing filtered and will be a clear brilliant brilliantand j jand I Iand
and colorless c lorless liquid The cost of the sys systeia S51 S51tem systern
tem Is estimated at 246133S 161318 for tho thoEnglish theEnglish t tEngll6b
English system and 1951237 for the tbeAmerican thoAmerican theAmerican
American system or JS51 Sil and 876 8 87 per permillion permillion permillion
I ITbe IThe
million gallons respectively respectivelyTbe
Tbe American system is recommended ia iatbe mth j jthe
the th report reportCHAHGES reportCHANGES reportORANGES
CHANGES AT ST ELIZABETHS ELIZABETHSExtennive ELIZABETKSExtensive S t tEdeull
Extensive Edeull ve Improvement Reeoiu Reeoiumended R Recoinmended eJJu eJJuntended
mended for the Hospital 1I0tltaJThe hospitalThe HospitalThe
I
The Secretary ot the Treasury has trans transmitted i imltted
mltted to the Speaker of o the House tranSf oCJ oCJSecretary of ofRepresenl3Uves ofRepreaentatives
Represenl3Uves a communication from thOj ths thsSecretary
Secretary of the Interior enclosing eDcl ng a let letter letter lettar
ter from the executive committee ol r the theBoard tboBoard theBoard
Board of Visitors for to the Government G vernment Hosy Hosypltal Hos HospUal Hospital
pltal for the Insane calling attention atte tlon to tothe tothe tothe
the necessity for certain extensions and andimprovements andImpronmtnts mull mullImprovements >
improvements at the hospital antI recoini recoinimending recom1mending recentimending
mending that appropriations therefor tbereformade bei bei92a b bmade
made madea
92a a To ToNorfolk Norfolk ortolk and andfletnen andfletnenia Return X iJ iJVln t1 t1Ia
Vln Ia l cnnxylvnal lCnul noia Railroad RailroadAccount Railroadrrount RailroadAccount
Account rrount Democratic State CoBxentkn a1 V Nor Norfolk 9 9folk 9T 9Tfo
folk fo c Ta a Tickets on sale ale lc April 20 to Majr 3bygocd 3bygocdto f X i ito Ollf Ollfto >
to return to May 3ofa T 9 926 0 round roundtrip roundtripCarpenterstind trip tripCarpCnttIX V Vin
CarpCnttIX Carpenterstind Ond no nodelay d laT in delivery dlllIvel3or dellver dellveror
or ntimatin estimating It irid y Comer 6th Ad sy Y at av4

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