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NUMBER 1506 WASHINGTON SATURDAY MAY 26 1900 PRICE ONE CENT ENT
iFriga BRITI H GROSS ERO THH VAAL YtALAdvance
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Advance Guard Enters the Trans Transvaal Tranyaalon Transvaal ¬
vaal yaalon on the Queens Birthday BirthdayGeneral BirthdayCcnernl BirthdayGeneral
General Roberts Report That llnm llnmlltonH IInml1ton HnmColumn
l1ton lltonH Column lit I at DoMchlmnlc DoMchlmnlcand DOMclllnnkand flocltjpnnkanti
and the thcSeoutlng Seoul InK Force nt Vlljoens VlljoensDrift V1jocnsDrIfThc llJocnaDrlftTht
Drift DrlftTht The 3IIne Unell Faanil to lie Un Uniiijurctl Uno UnInjured
o iiijurctl and In Operation OperationA A Dc DcIintcli DeJutell Des Deshutch
hutch From Pretoria A tNerts MHert crtH That Thatthe Thntthe Thatthe
the Federal Force Have lleoecn lleoecnl UeoccuIlle1
l Ille1 leil Ilvllliroii lIellhron5teyn Steyn on Ills Way Wayto a at
to t Join the Hoers at LnliifrH Lnln H k UIlurshertt klJurhcr kUurghcr
Ilurshertt lJurhcr MasulnK 1nMIn Xcnr cnr 31afcki Mnfck1nLONDON Infeklns InfeklnsI InfeklnsLOSDOI > er erLONDON >
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LONDON May Iay 26 2GGeneraIRoberts 26Gcncral General Roberts baa htamade haamadt baamade
made his whereabouts known to the War WarOffice WarOffice WarOffice
Office and there Is plenty of enthusiasm enthusiasmIn
In London today over the announcement announcementthat nnnoumementthat armounomentthat
that tho advance guard of the British Army Armyhas Armyhas ArmyS
S has crossed the Vaal and the Inference Inferencethat Inforenethnt inferencethat
that It has started on the real advance to toPretoria toPretoria toPretoria
Pretoria PretoriaThere PretoriaThere PretoriaThere
There Is notbiog In General Roberts de despatch detpath dopatoh ¬
spatch to Indicate that his h s men met with withthe withthe withthe
the slightest sUghta t opposition oppo ftfon from the Doers in incrossing IncrolllliulO inS incro
S crossing cro aing the river Roberts announces announcesthat announesthat announzesthat
that the t advance portion of his force forcecrossed fcreecro9Soo forcecroned
crossed the Vaal on the Queens birthday birthdaynear birthdaynear birthdaynear
near Parys and unless there has been beencome boensome beenEonc
come unexpected obstacle it is believed in inLondon inLondon inLondon
London that news will m soon be received receivedshowing receled5ho1ng reeetvedshowing
showing that the main body s pushing pushingforward pU5hlngforward pushingforward
forward toward the Transvaal capital capitalThe capitalThe 3pUalThe
The only disturbing despatch Irj one from fromPretoria fromPretoria fromPretoria
Pretoria which says that Commandant CommandantChristian Comm CommandantChristian ntant ntantChristian
Christian Do Wet reports from Frankfort Frankfortthat Frankfortthat Frankfortthat
that the Federal edera1 forces have reoccupied reoccupiedIloilbron reoccupiedIJIbron
Iloilbron in the Orange Free State This Thisinformation IhlsinformatIon Thisinformation
information comes from an official bulletin bulletinissued bull bulletinlrmiod Un Unsuoo
issued in Pretoria on Thursday afternoon afternoonIf
If it is true truethat that there Is a siable force forceof forceof forceof
of the Boers at Heilbron they the may event eventually eentually eventually ¬
ually manage to harass the British rear rearTho rrorTh rearThe
The Th same official bulletin at Pretoria Pretoriaannounces PretoriaIlnnounces Pretoriaannounces
announces that the British have occupied occupiedVrcdefort occupiedVrodefort occupiedVredefort
Vrcdefort and were advancing on Schoe Schoemans Schoemans Schoemans
mans Drift The accuracy of this report reportleads reportleads reportleads
leads experts here to give credence to the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter portion of the bulletin declaring declaringthat declaringth declaringthat
that th t the Boers have reoccupied Heilbron HeilbronAccording HellbronACOrdlng HeilbrenAetordtng
According to tho official advices Hamil Hamiltons Hamiltons Hainiltons ¬
tons column Is at Bbschbank and the thescouting tbescouting thescouting
scouting party of Ceneral Roberts is mov moving moving moying ¬
ing in the vicinity of Vlljoens Drift The Thelocal Thelocal Thea
a local mines have not yet been disturbed disturbedby disturbedby disturbedby
by the burghers and operations are pro proceeding JlroceDdlng proceeding ¬
ceeding ae usual usualGeneral usualGenoralRoberta usualGeneral
General GenoralRoberta Roberts despatch follows followsWoevenhoek iol1owsWocenhoek iollowsWoovenheek
Woevenhoek May lay2ii918 2t 918 a m mThe mThe inThe
The advance portion of this force forcecrossed foreecrossed forcecrossed
crossed the Vaal River on the Queens Queensbirthday Queensbirthday Queensbirthday
birthday near Parys ParysHamiltons ParysHamllrons ParysHamiltons
Hamiltons column Is at Boschbank BoschbankOur DoschbankOur BosebbankOur
Our scouts are now at Vlljoens Drift DriftThe DriftThe DriftThe
The local mines havenot been injured injuredand Injurednnd injuredand
and work is going on as usual usualThere usualThere usualThere
There Is no enemy on this side of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the river Hunter reached Vryburjy Vryburjyon
on May 24 24A 24A 24t
t A report from Harrfemith IIarrt mlthIndlcates indicates that thatthe tltatthe thatthe
the Boers who have retreated in front of ofBuller otBuller ofBuller
Buller may be about to offer an engage engagement tffIgagement dagagement ¬
ment President Steyn of the Free State Stateis StateIs Stateits
its is said to be at Vrede and It is reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedthat
that he Is en his way to Lalags Nek Nekprobably Xekprobably Nekprobably
probably on a mission ml l n of oBcouragement oBcouragementThe QMOuragementThe
The Harrlsmlth despatch de patch tid udde da that the theVrede th thVrede theVrode
Vrede burghers are returning to their theirfarms theirfarms
farms farmsAccording farmsAccording
According to a despatch dllltt tch received here heretoday heretoday heretoday
today there is a probability of some sharp sharpfighting sharpfighting sharplighting
fighting in the vicinity of Mafeklng It is israid IsEnid israid
raid that the Boers are massing ten miles milesto milesto milesto
to to the east of that place and are preparing preparingto
to meet the further advance of the Brit BrltIsh DrltIsh Britlab
Ish IshBOER
BOER ENGINEER DISMISSED DISMISSEDOpposition DISMISSEDOIlolOltloll DISMISSEDS DISMISSEDOppoMitlon
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Opposition to DeMtroln + if ifGiven tile lines JlinesGhcn linesGIcu
Given a nit the Ci CiCAPE Cnne CnneCAPE CauKeCAPS
CAPE TOWN TOW TO May 111 26 2GA A despatch to tho thoCapo thoCapo theCape
Capo Argus from Lourenco Marques says saysthat saysthat saysthat
that State Mining Engineer Klimke who whoa
a few days ago said that he was opposed opposedto
to the destruction of the Johannesburg Johannesburgmines Johannesburgmines Johannesburgmines
mines has been dismissed dlsmls by the author authorties nuthorltIcs authorities
ties tiesThe
The Transvaal Government the despatch despatchsays despatchY5 despatcbsays
says Y5 is now nowl5eulng Issuing paper money moneyBEGBIE moneyBEGDIB moneyBEGBIE
BEGBIE WORKS EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONAll
All Persona Acciixcil eeIlHe1 of Complicity ComplicityHave CompIlclt CompIlcltIInc Conipiicljyllnsc
Have Keen Acquitted AcquittedLONDON tcquittcdLONDON eqllittedLONDON
LONDON May 2C GA A despatch from fromPretoria fromPretoria fromPretoria
Pretoria under Thursdays Thursda s date says says ays that thatall thatall thatall
all the t e persons accused nccu ed of complicity in inthe Inthe inthe
the blowing up of Begbies engineering engineeringworks esglneerlngworks engineeringworks
works at Johannesburg have been acquit acquitted acquitted aequttted ¬
ted tedAn
An n application D was afterward made that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the be b rearrested and sent across the theborder theborder theborder
border This was also rejected rejectedA
A despatch from New Castle Natal Natalsay Xatalsays Natalsays
say says that Mr lr Koch an Orange Free State Statemagistrate Stateznagtatrate Statemagistrate
magistrate znagtatrate surrendered on Friday FridayJTJUAN FridayJULIAN Friday35U141AN
JULIAN RALPH IN LONDON LONDONCorcxpoiidont LONDONT1te LONDONilie
T1te War Ul Corcxpoiidont CnreJClu ldunt Likely Lllel 1 1I to toIollc toLne
I Iollc OHO u Limb LimbLONDON LhnbLONDON LimbLONDON
LONDON May Ia 26 21iJullaft Julian Ralph the thewefUknowR thewellJUloWII theweliknow
wefUknowR newspaper corespondent ar arrived arrived arrivod ¬
rived ia London today invalided through throughInjuries througbInjuries throughInjuries
Injuries received in South Africa Af ica He will willprobably wUlprobf1 willprobably
probf1 probably h lose one of his legs legsA legsA legsA
A London despatch on February Februllr 3 said saidthat saidthat saIdthat
that Mr Ir Knight a correspondent of o the theMorning theIornl theMornlng
Morning Iornl g Post Po t who had arrived there therereported therereported therereported
reported that Mr Ir Ralph had been wound wounded woun wouncd woundoil ¬
ed in the abdomen at Belmont by a spent spentshell spentshell spentshell
shell Another despatch received from
London this week Mid that twentyone twentyonewar
war correspondents have been killed or
have died of disease dlH SO during the be war The
Daily Mail Iall this despatch said ld had been beenparticularly benpartlcularl beenparticularly
particularly unfortunate as ten of its cor correspondents correspondents carrpondenta ¬
respondents had been put out of service serviceS
S by death or Illness IllnessRoliertH UlneRobertM illnessRoberta
Roberta IVcphciv > ctben Accidentally cclelentnll Shot ShotCAPE ShotCAPE ShotCAPE
CAPE TOWN TOW May 26 26Ueutennnt 6Lftu Lieutenant DOnt Rob Roberts Roberts Roberts ¬
erts a nephew of General Roberts was wasaccidentally wasnccldentally wasaccidentally
accidentally shot in the right knee by his bisservant hisfienant hisaervant
servant at the Modder River camp Wcd Wednesday Wcdneday Wcdnesday ¬
nesday nesdayDecoration nedayDeefrntlon nesdayDecoration
Decoration Day DR nt Chautnucitin ChautnucitinBench CbnntnlleillnDcnell ChautiijtiBench
Bench BenchYon DcnellYou BenchYe
Yon Ye can enjoy joy a pleasant outing oaU at this 1l1i de ¬
lightful salt w water am tnr resort on CtKsaprake Day
Rate fyr fir adults 60 cent aenta ckiMrvt half fare Trtinj
leave ltav WnthiBRton W riBltton II D t O Depot 810 80 a m 130
and 480 p m nL ItetnraiBc Uelumi have Chantaaqua vw
waqua waquaCIIHSAP12AKE
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CIIHSAP12AKE CliltS1q1tl r I1EACH UEACUSIXDY UEACUSIXDYIollr IA cii3 cii3Four StXDYY StXDYYFour
Four Ei Excursion lcllrsloll ours I on Trains TrainsLeave Trnlllllva TrniiieLeave
Leave va 1ft 1 a ra nt 11 A HI 2 p m m and 4 p p m m
Last train J leave ave Booh tIee tIIcia 630 p P m and 10 p m m in
60 costs t8 roan ra trip Take Colombia ear to depot dspetB dflQtD
B t O WeekEnd ccloEnd Country Countrycursious Ex Excurxlou Excurlilon
curxlou curlilonTIcket cursiousTictets curxlouTickets
Tickets soW SJtimfcys Saillftla and Dd Sundays SaRd ftr return returncntll return1Itil retumtatti
cntll Monday Bends following at reduced rates from
Washington to CboriestoHm Frederick Annapolis nn pons
Junction ud d interntcalt l point pointOotnpj IO fttCoin poiu1Coing
Ootnpj Coin to buy hll Lumber LumberCall iunibcrfCall
Call dent and etc c our L50 beat lairds rds F tab
bay be Co Co
CHURCHMEN IN DISORDER DISORDERUproar DISORDER DISORDERUvronr DISORDERUDroar
Uproar in the Methodist Conference Conferenceat
at Chicago CblcnsoCHICAGO CblcagoCHICAGO ChicagoCHICAGO
CHICAGO May Iay 2J 2Tbe The most remarka remarkable remllkble remarkablo ¬
ble sceno of o disorder ever enacted In a aMethodist aMethodist aMethodist
Methodist General Conference occurred at atthis atthis atthis
this mornings session It arose over the theamusement theamusement theamusement
amusement question and the wheat pit in ina Ina ina
a panic was as nothing compared to it itGovernor It ItGovernor ILGovernor
Governor Pattison had brought up his ma majority majOrity majority ¬
jority report removing rem vlng the ban from dane dancing t1lnCIng daneIng ¬
ing cards and theatres theatresIn theatresIn theatresIn
In the debate de te following F A Arter of ofthe othe ofthe
the he East Ohio Conference a layman un undertook undertook undertook ¬
dertook to reduce the question to absurdi absurdity absurdity absurdlty ¬
ty by introducing a resolution removing removingfrom removinltfrom removingfrom
from the amusement ban a list of 150 or orOl
200 Ol alleged sports The list included dog dogfights dogfights dogfights
fights bujlnghts bear baiting prize fight fighting fighting fightlog ¬
ing golf yachting a htIng bowling faro tennis tennishorse tennishorse tcnnihorse
horse racing and everything Arter could couldcollect couldcollect couldcollect
collect in the course of an hour after the thsopening theopening theopening
opening of the Conference ConferenceHe ConferencelIe ConferenceHe
He read the list In a loud tone and rap rapHy rap1Iy rapily
Hy but had not gone far when pandemo pandemonium pnndemonlum pandemonium ¬
nium broke loose Fifty men were on their theirfeet theirfeet theirfeet
feet shouting at once declaring the matter matterwas matterwas matterwas
was disrespectful irreverent out of order orderetc ordere orderIn orderetc
etc e
etcIn
In the midst of the trouble Bishop Mc McCabe McCabe Ic IcCabe
Cabe came down in the floor of the house houseand houseand houseand
and attempted to persuade Arter to with withdraw wlthdrn withdraw ¬
draw drn A question was as raised ra cd as to the theBishop theBishop theBishop
Bishop getting on the floor at all Arter Arterasserted Arterasserted Arterasserted
asserted the Bishop tried to bulldoze him himIn himIn himIn
In the midst of a perfect pandemonium pandemoniumBishop pandemoniuMBishop pandemoniumBishop
Bishop Vincent presiding sustained Atiers Atiersright Atlesright Atiesright
right to introduce his resolution Appeal Appealwas APpcalwas Appealwas
was taken to the Conference and the cbalr chairwas cbalrwas cbalrwas
was sustained by 333 to 243 243Bishop 243i 243Bishop
i Bishop McCabe was forced < to apologize apologizeand apolagland apologizeand
and explained in a shamefaced manner mannerthat mannerthat mannerthat
that he was only en the floor to speak poo to toa toa toa
a brother on business Arise finally with withdrew 1tIldrew Withdrew ¬
drew the resolution saying its purpose was wasaccomplished WIiSnccomplfshet1 wasaccomplished
accomplished accomplishedThe
The amusement question was finally set settled fcttied rettIed ¬
tied on a motion to adopt the minority mlnorlt re report report ¬ I
port recommending no changes in the tbelaw thelaw thelaw
law regarding amusements The roll rail railfor callfor all alltor
for ayes and noes finished the session A Amotion Amotion Amotion
motion to make no changes was ordered orderedby orderedby orderedby
by a majority majorityof of nearly twentyfive votos votosVA2n votanVANDERBILTS 0tY 0tYV
VA2n V ANDERDILTS > EB33IITS NEW ISLAND ISLAUDCnual ISLANDI ISLANDCnunl ISLANDCanal
I
I Canal Completed Around Idle Stile Hour HourFnrm 1I0urFnrlll hourFnrin
Fnrm nt Onkilnlr OnkilnlrNEW OnkclnhEW OnkilnicNEW
NEW EW YORK May Iay 26 GIdle Idle Hour Farm Farmthe Farmtbe Farmthe
the property of William K K VanderbIlt at atOakland 8tOakland atOakland
Oakland L 1 I is now an island the canal canalaround cana canaaroun canalaround
around aroun it having been completed yester yesterday yeaterday yesterday ¬
day The canal cairn is three th miles long and andfifty aDd11fty andflftyfeet
fifty flftyfeet feet wide Building material can now nowbo no nobe nowbe
be Drought brought In by water and unloaded oa oathe 011the onthe
the ground groundTHE groundTHE groundTHE
THE PANAMA l CANAL CANALOrder CKN CANALOrders AL ALOrderM
Order Sent From Inrin to Ilcsnmc IlcsnmcVorIc Uesunleork htcannieWork
Work ork nt Colon ColonCOLON ColouCOLO ColonCOLON
COLON COLO Colombia May Iay 26 6Tlle The Panama PanamaCanal PanamaCanal PanamaCanal
Canal Company has received orders from fiomParis flomPAris fromParis
Paris to resume re work on a large teal scale A Agreat Agreat Agreat
great many IMD mechanics and laborer labor r are be being beIng holog ¬
ing engaged engagedThe engtlgedThe engagedThe
The United States gunboat Maehfas ehlas has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been ordered to prolong her stay at Cobs Coloaand COIOBand Cobsand
and that vicinity vicinityAffairs vkiultyAffaIrs iciBtt iciBttAffairs
Affairs at Colon awl Panama are quiet quietTTSGED quietURGED quieLUBGED
URGED EBUGZB TO SURRENDER SUBHEADERBoer SURRE1ITDERBoer SURRENDERHoer
SURRE1ITDERI I
Boer Delegation Waits nlb Upon pon tho thoPresident tbeI tbeireldcnt thi thiPresident I
President nt Pretoria PretoriaCAPE lrctorlnClPE PretoriaCAPE
CAPE TOWN May laY 3 MTAe The Boers o othe ot otthe ofthe
the Transvaal are becoming more anxious anxiousfor aDxlousfor anxiousfor
for the restorattoH of peace peaceAn peaceAn ce ceAn
An Influential delegation of burghers burgherscalled burKherscalled burgherscalled
called on President Kroger at Pretoria Pretoriaand Pretoriaand Pretoriaand
and urged him to surrender The Presi President PrestdeBt rrestdent ¬
dent replied that that matter was now ia iathe iatbe Isthe
the bands of the military militr commandants commandantsSEEN cmmnea cmmneaMT cousmandastsMEN
SEEN MT TO GUARD GUAD BRIDGE BRIDGEBOOTH BRIGE BRIGEBoer BRIDGEDoers
BOOTH Fenr Io IoAVIth ioas or COlununlcnton COlununlcntonHi Cosuisiunientlort Cosuisiunientlortll >
AVIth Hi ll DelaRon Dcll eu hay linyLONDON Un UnLOXDOX hayLONDON
LONDON May 2 2gA C A despatch detch to t the theDaily theDaly theDaily
Daily Daly Mail 31al from fro Lourenco Marques says saysit sasIt saysit
it is reported that the Boers are alarmed alarmedfor alarmedror alarmedfor
for fear that the British Drf h will wU reach rech Koomati KoomatiPoort Koomat KooinatlPoort
Poort and blow up the bridge brdge there thus thuscutting thuscuttng thuscutting
cutting cuttng off railway raiway communication communicton between betweenthe btwen btwenthe betweenthe
the Transvaal Trnsal and Delagoa Delago Bay They have havesent haesent havesent
sent a commando comandu of 540 5 QO men to that point pointRUSSIAS point pointUSSIS pointRUSSIAS
RUSSIAS USSIS GUT GI TO CRONJE CRONJEA CONJ CONJA
A Inr LrJe Large e Silver Iuncb Howl Conti Conti7OOO Cotnl Coating
7OOO 000 KonlilcH KonlilcHMOSCOW HonbleMOSCOW hLoubleMOSCOP
MOSCOW May Iay 2C CThe The subscriptions subscriptionsfor subrlptons subrlptonsfor
for a gift for General Generl Cronj the Boer Boercommander Bor Borcommandcr Boorcommander
commander who is i now a prisoner at St StHelena StHelena StHelena
Helena amount amont to 7000 7 roubles This Thisamount Thi Thisamount
amount was wa subscribed sbscribed by b 290W 29OO 90 parsons parsonsA prns prnsA
A sliver sler punchbowl puncibowl a yard high will wi be bepresented bepresented bepresented
presented to General Cronjs after the
Generl rnj afer war warIn wnrIn warIn
In the mean time lme the gift tlft will wi be b displayed displayedat
at the Paris Exposition ExpositionFORMER Expton ExptonFORMR ExpositionFORMER
FORMER FORMR CONVICTS CNVICTS ARRIVE ARRIVEMullet ARV ARVllet ARRIVEMullet
Mullet llet niul Fltrhnrrl Amoncr Amon the lu luNEW 11 11ennin liicanins
ennin canins SteernAe Steerage InMHelAerH Inaseisgera InaseisgeraNEW I IXEW
NEW YORK May 4ay 26 GAmong Among the steer steerage steerage ¬
age passengers pnengcr on the Lucania Luenla which hieh ar arrived arrie ardyed ¬
rived rie today were the th two former Irish Irishconvicts Irishconlcts Irishconvicts
convicts Joseph Joph Mullet and James Jame Fitz Flz FlzI Fitzharris i iharris
I I harris haris alias alas Skin the Goat GoatTheir GoL GoaLTheir
Their Teir presence prence on board the steamship steamshipcreated steamshipcrete steamshipcreated
created crete much discussion t1leuMon among amOI the cabin cabinpmwengers cbn cbnpnger cabinpassengers
passengers pnger as to7 to tdwhether whether they would be bepermitted bepermlto bepermitted
permlto permitted to t land l n by y the authorities authorites It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was the general generl opinion that tlat they should shouldbe shold sholdb shouldbe
be b try tr prohibited Iohlbfe < from coming into the coun country eun euntr eountry ¬
Died nt lice he Asc l of lOG IOCHAVERSTRAW lOGHA 106HAVERSTRAW
HAVERSTRAW HA ERTRAW N Y May aY 26 2 Thomaa ThomaaFlynn Thom ThomFlynn ThomazFlynn
Flynn died die here la 1 last t night nlglt after afer having havinglived han hanIIc havinglived
lived IIc six years yer beyond the century mark markFlynn markFlynn
Flynn Fynn who was born in Waterford aterford Ire Ireland Ireland Ireland ¬
land In July 1794 came ome to America Americ In
1822 1822 Although Alhough bedridden b rlddcn for the past 1at four fouryears touryears fouryears
years he retained retaine all 11 his faculties faultes except excepthis ecept ecepthi excepthis
his fire hi eyesight eyeight which whl h he lost Je at at the Chicago Chicagofire Chicgo Chicgofire Chicagofire
fire fireLOlleH
Louses LOlleH Krom ronl Fever ecr anti AVoundj AVound YoundaLONDON ound oundLNDON
j LONDON LNDON May 25 2 26The The War Office Ofce Is Issues Issues issues ¬
sues a list lst of fiftynine fftynine deaths of sofdiers sofdiersfrom sol1er8 sol1er8trom soldiers soldiersfrom
from disease together with wIh fortyseven fortysevenother fortyscenother fortysevenother
other casualties casualtiesNominated casualtes casualtesXomlnnted casualtiesXonslnntcd
Nominated Xomlnnted by b l the Ircwtdciit jreHllcnt jreHllcntThe lresidentThe IrcwtdciitThe
The President today toay sent the following followingnominations folowing folowingnominatons followingnominations
nominations nominatons to the Senate SenateTo SenateTo SenateTo
To 1 b be > collector cltor of customs csto for the th district ditct of ofHawaii oflawi ofhawaii
Hawaii lawi in the th Territory Tertory of Hawaii HawaiiE flwji llaw5itB
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Te t be b first frt lieutenant lrumnt Forlyelehth FotehhUl Islantrv IslantrvSrR 18lnto
SrR sqnt Srgeant ant Maj 3jer Major r FREDERICK JREDERCK McC Me SMITH Thir Thirty Thirtydgth Thirtyeigbth
ty tydgth tyeigbth eighth Unitnl tnhl States Ste Volunteers VolunteersOpening VekinteasOpening lntf lntfOlcnln
Opening of Chniitnuquii ChnutDICun Icneh IcnehA hiacIA Itcncli ItcncliA
A remarkable rmrkble tranefarntttioo tru11ormato of Bay lJ Ridge RidgeOpens Rdge RidgeOpens
Opens Opn for the season U5n May 30 3 Unlimited tnlmie attrac attractieiffl atrc atrctio attracfleas
fleas tio Trains Tin leave levC B k O Depot D l Washington AVasMngtonweek Wa Washingtonweek iDton iDtonweek
week days da1 030 3 a m 410 41 p m I Sulrs Senders 030 030a
a a ra m Itate Itte for adults a uls SO 0 cents ct children cbidrcB 25 cents cta ctat
151115 1 > to Baltimore Dnllmorc and Ilctarn fictur via viaIi In
11 1 t 0 Saturday Sntureln nn nlll nod < 1 Sunday Suiulnyliar SundayMay
liar 11 F 20 and 27 2 good go for return retur until untl following folowng folowngt
Monday Limited LimitedAutlctnm UnitedS Tickets Tkel good go on all al trains trw except e pt Royal Royalntetnm
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Autlctnm ntetnm Battlefield nattcfehlJln BattleaehihIn 31ay > 30 30Account 30Aecut 30Account
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Washington asntn S 835 I a m iretumieg turnlng leve leave Eeedj I ITme
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insten iaonld and Metropolitan Merpltan Branch points pointsConsult flQint flQintoln pointsCoing
Coing oln to build mid n llue llueC honed S SCaaiult
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GITY ffY POSTOFFIGE AFFAIRS AFFAIRSOIcbs AFFAIRSOffiel1s
Offlcinls OIcbs Reticent Retcent Concerning the theCharges theChar theCharges
Charges Char es of Irregularities IrregularitiesThe IregnIaliies IregnIaliiesThe IrregularitiesThe
The Vontxnniitcr loJtmnJtcr General Declines Declnelt to toDlscuHS toDlcUJ toDiscuss
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Without Uhout Jlciitlcrlnf Service Sc ServieePoat ServieePoatnaister lcelot lcelotnUlter Io t tmnxter
mnxter nUlter 3Icrrltt anti Comptroller ComptrollerTriice COmltroler COmltrolerTrnceueU ComptrollerTrueeve1I
Triice TrnceueU vcll Invite Investigation InvestigationSenator InTclthnton InTclthntonSentor InvestigationSenator
Senator Sentor Plntt and Ilcpre UClrecntnte UClrecntnteLOUt1 Itepresentatlee ItepresentatleeLoud ciitntive ciitntiveLou
Lou Loud l Confer Con reI With lll the blend of the theUepnrtmcnt theDepnrtmcntAdmllHlon theflepnrtmentAdmiesalona
DepnrtmcntAdmllHlon flepnrtmentAdmiesalona Uepnrtmcnt Ailml ionn of the theChnlrmnn tbeChnlrJIJ theChairman
Chairman ChnlrJIJ of the Ilounc Committee CommitteeIn Oonlmltee Oonlmltee1n
In the Postofflce Potoffice Department Dep rent this morn morning morning mornlag ¬
ing the utmost silence sience was maintained maintainedconcerning maintne maiotalnedconcerning
concerning ccerlng the charges chrge of irregularities Irreglnrftfes in intbe Inthe inthe
the matter of carrying on the payrolls payrols of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Washington Wahingn City Ciy Postoffice the names namesof namesof namesof
of persons who performed no service serice for forthe to tothe forthe
the pay received and of others who were werepermitted wee weepermited worepermitted
permitted permited to draw drw more than one salary salay on onaccount OD ODa onaqeount
account a ount of the te postal service serice in Porto PortoRico PortoRc PortoRico
Rico RicoPostmaster Rc Rico RicoPostmaster
Postmaster PostIste General Genel Smith declined d lne to see seenewspaper sCenowspaper aCenewspaper
newspaper men a score ore or more of whom whomsent whomfent whomaent
sent fent In cards to hUn hiQ before bfore noon noon The ThePoatmester To ToPtmeer ThePeetmester
Poatmester Ptmeer General Gneral said sh that officials officialsprivate ofcals ofcalspriftcscretr otheialsprivatesecretary
private priftcscretr privatesecretary secretary to t all al but bt a a few newapa newapaper new newper newepaper
per men whb represent repreent journals jourals that tht arc arcsupposed arcsuppo aresupposed
suppo supposed to be eager ager to defend the Ad Admlnltratlon Admtnirton Admlnitration
mlnltratlon mtnirton says sys you ou will wi have to excuse excuMhim excs excshim excusehim
him today toay He has hs nothing to say JY about aboutthe abut abutthe aboutthe
the charges chares of Irregularities Irreglariie in the D Dpartmcnt Departmont De Department ¬
partment or in the Washington Waington City Ciy Post Postoffice Pt Ptoffice Poetoffice
office and refers retera you yo to the Comptroller Cmptoler ot otthe otthe otthe
the Treasury TreasurySenator Teury TeurySenator TreasurySenator
Senator Platt Plat of Connecticut Conncctcut the most mostvigilant mostiglant mostvigilant
vigilant iglant champion in the Senate of the Ad Administrations Admlnlstratons Administrations ¬
ministrations mlnlstratons colonial policy poley and Chair Chairman Chairman Chairman ¬
man Loud of the House Hose PostofSce potomce Commit Committee Committoe ¬
I tee te were In conference with wih Postmaster PostmasterGeneral Potaser PotaserGeneral PostmasterGeneral
I General Smith Smih for more mre than an hour hur this thlfimorning thl thismorning I
after left his bisoffice hisoffice
morning mrning Immediately Immeiately they hi I Ioffice
office Mr lr Smith Smih sent for First Frt Assistant AssistantPostmaster Aslsant AslsantPotaster AssistantPostmaster
Postmaster Potaster General Generl Perry Porr S Heath Heth and andPostmaster andi andPostmaster
i Postmaster Postmater Merritt of the Washington Was lngton City CityPostpffice Ciy CiyPotpce Cityrosipince
Postpffice Potpce These Ther officials ofcials remained remaine with withtheir wih wihtheir withtheir
their chief chle about a n half hal hour hor and when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they emerged emcre from the office ofee rectified re e to dis discuss dIseus diecuss ¬
cuss eus the subject subjet of their conference with withthe wlththe withthe
the Postmaster Potmaster General GeneralChairman GeneralChairan GeneralChairman
Chairman Chairan Loud Lud seemed seme willing v1lng to talk talkfreely talkfrely talkfreely
freely frely about the matter mater but he claimed claimedthat came ciatmedthat
that he was unable unble to see that there was wasanything wasanrthlng wasanything
anything in the charges I called ele to t see seethe seethe seethe
the Postmaster Potmastt General GIer on o another aher mat mattor matto mattee
tee to said sid he to a Times Time reporter reprter but bt of ofcourse orcorse ofcourse
course corse we informally Informal discussed diuse the thecharges thecharges thecharges
charges of irregularities Irreglarite growing growag out ot of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the early erly establishment etablshment of the postal ptl serv service Hr HrIce service ¬
ice in Porto Rico Rc I am prepared prepre to be believe belce beHove ¬
Hove lce that some sme abuses abse crept into the theservice thesenle theservice
service senle at first firt but I am satisfied stldle that thatI thatthty thatthey
I they have all al been bn corrected rrecte since sice the ser service serce service
vice in Porto Rico established
ce was etabUshe on an anI anindepeent anIndependent
I independent indepeent basis bsis I do not believe blev bow bowever hw hweor bowever
ever that these the abuses abse at aay stage of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the establishment otablsmet of the Porto Poto Rican Rin ser service sr srIce earvice ¬
vice Ice amounted amoDted to anything anyting more mre than ta a atoo D atoo
too to eager eger but ht natural naturl desire del to put putfriends put putfriends
friends friends into easy ese < sy berths That is a form formof for formof
of o abuse abs that creeps into all al departments departmentsof deprtmnts
of 0 the public pblc service Public Pbli officials ocls are artnotalag arenttag arenotislag
notalag nttag more mr than human before b and a UI are areapt r rapt <
apt ap to permit prmit their thltr friends to impose Iml upon uponthem uponthem
thm them Still Sti 1 am m not nt ready redy to believe believethat blive blivethat believethat
that gra grve grave abuses ao have marked mrke the th ad administration 84 admhnistratlon ¬
ministration mInIstrton of the Washington WaID City Cty CtyPI CityPastodlee
Paatoffice PI tce or tbe Postofflce Pot Department DepartmentAt DettJsL DettJsLAt
At the same sme time tm if anybody aayby bag b specific specificcharges speeIcchares
ehnr charges e to make mke I tbiak they teY ought to tobe tob tobe
be ed b carefully crefuly and aD searehingiy serelogty S SMr Investigat Investigated hveUgt hveUgteo ¬
eo
Mr Ir Heath Intl Decllle Declines to Talk TalkFirst Tnll TalkFirst
First Assistant Postmaster Potma Poetmaate General GeneralHeath C GeneralHeath ar1 ar1Heatb
Heath sent snt out ot word that tht he ww wa too to busy busythis hy hythis busythis
this morning mrning to see se reporters reprte and an referred referredbis rferre referredbla
bis hi callers cl r to George Gerle Beavers Devers who is car carried carned ¬
ned rle on the rolls rol6 as Chief of the tie Division Divisionof
of Salaries Salares and Allowances Alonces but who in inthe Inthc inthe
the absence nbence of Private Secretary Sereta George GeorgeATion Gerge GergeA7 GeorgeAen
ATion A7 en is acting actDg in II that capacity capcity for or Mr MrHwXb MrH0h MrHetb
HwXb H0h Postmaster PotJster Merritt had told tol The TheTimes Te TeTmes TheTimes
Times Tmes reporter repter that Beavers Bever as a Cblef of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Divison Divlon of Salaries Salarie and Allowances Allowancesought Ahlciwanoes Ahlciwanoesought luwances luwancesoght
ought oght to be able abJ to throw thrw all al the Lgbt de desired desired desired ¬
sired on o the alleged ale irregularities irreglarUe Not Nota ot ota
a word wprdnot not a word ord snapped snapp BeaverJ BeaverJwhen Dev Beave Beavewhen J Jwben
when questioned questoned by b a a Times represents representative re representstive res nt ¬
tive Its Is up to the Postmaster Potmater General Generalto Generl Generlto
to talk if f he wants want to to Youll Youl get nothing nothingout nohll nothingout
out ot of me Xo slrree slrre youll youl get nothing nothingout nthias nthiasout nothiagout
out of me mePostmaster mePotmaer mePostmaster
Postmaster Potmaer Merritt Ierrlt stated this morning morningthat morningthai
that he ht courts the freest freet and an fullest tuUes laces investigation Inve lacestigatlon ¬
tigation tgt0n of his office ofce I have hed ibis ibisposition tils tilsptin thisposition
position ptin less le than th a year yer said sid he and andyou andyou
you ou will wi observe obere that the charges clres ante antedate antedate antedate ¬
date my inductlou InutOb into tto office o About AIt the thefirst thefrt thefiret
first thing I did when I
frt was appointed appointedPostmaster apintd apintdPostmaster appointedPostmaster
Postmaster of Washington Washingto was WI to die discharge di diecharge ¬
charge chrge a man named Dme Tulloch Tuloh from frm the po position pcaitlon ¬
sition of cashier chier of the office oft and an put pit in inhis Inbls Inhis
his place plae a man mn whom wh wboonI I knew I made madeBO madeno
BO D charges chares against aglnst Tulloch Tuloch He was not notprotected notprotected
protected by the Civil Ci1 Service Selc rules rle and aD I Ionly Ionl Ionly
only onl exercised C9rcsed my privilege in dlichargiag dlichargiaghim dbnrglng dbnrglnghim dichargiag1dm
him I suspect that he ie i responsible repD ible f br brthe frthe jr jrthe
the newspaper newsppr charges of irregularities ileglarte ia iathis 11 inthis
this office ofce and an in the Department Deparment The Thepostofflce Te Thepostotilce I
postofflce ptoIce has ha not been bn inspected inpeted since sue I Ihave Ihave i ihae
have had charge of it It But that is not my myfault m myfault I Ifaul
fault faul I wish the inspectors Insptr would come comehere cme cmehere comehere
here now and carefully Creuly cxaarfoe cxlme every eer ne account necunt necount ¬
count In the office If there is
cunt I tere I anything anythingwrong nnythngwrong nythngwrong
wrong I want to know kDW It 1t Whoa R I took tookcharge tok tokehare tookcharge
charge ehare here on July 1 1S99 1S 18 a man named namedJonas namedJonesJohn
Jonas Jon8John JonesJohn John E Jones Jone I think a newspaper newspaperreporter newspaperreporterwas
reporter reporterws reporterwas was being carried crre on o the rolls roI as asi ua asa
a physici physician at a salary IMY of UO 1700 i a aJones yer yerJOe year yearJones >
Jones JOe resigned re rcs1ned Ded on July 31 and has ha not bean beanon b beanon n non
on the th payrolls pyroUs of this office ofce since sinceDid sio sinceDid
Did you ou force Jones JODe to resign resignThe reign reignThe eesignr eesignrThe
The question queion caused cus Postmaster lotmster Merrkt Merrktto errKt errKtto
to hesitate hesiate for a moment Well he hefinally hefnaly hefinally
finally fnaly said sid Jones resigned reigned a month mnth aft after after aftor ¬
er I took charge chare of the office and aD that is isall j jnil
all I care to say about it I dont want wantto wat watto wantto 1
to be quoted as a claiming to have ha caused causedJones causedJones
Jones to resign resignThe rcgn rcgnThe resignThe CIluee
The Postmaster Ptmster General Generl told tol me this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning morning said sld Congressman COgrcsa Loud Ld later laterIn InterIn laterIn
In the day that several weeks week ago ago he hewas hewas hewas
was told that a number of women were xrerebeing werebeing werebeing
being carried cied on the payrolls of ther thWnsh thWnshlngton theWash theWashIngton Wash Washington ¬
ington Postoffice Potofc as cleaners who did no nowork nowork nowork
work He investigated Inestgate the matter mater and andfound andtund andfound
found tund that the charge was partially paraly true trueAs tre treAs trueAs
As I remember reember the name he told tod me that thathe tt tthe thathe
he discovered dsCered that a newspaper newsaptr woman womannamed woman womannamedJamesUrs omao omaonamedJamesMrs
named namedJamesUrs namedJamesMrs James Mrs James Jamebad Jameshad had been n re receiving receiving recelving ¬
ceiving a 1 salary slar as a scrub woman at a asubstation asubsaton asubstation
substation subsaton and that she was physically physicallyunable physicly physiclyunable physicallyunable I
unable to perform the work work He had her hername herI hername hername
name dropped from the rolls rols It I seems seemsthrt seemsthrt seemsthrt
thrt this ladys experience experiece typifies typifes the thesmall thesmall thesmall
small abuses if i any that hat have crept ino inothe Inothe inothe
the service serice Some friend of hers he In Ui UiPostoffice up upPostofhice l lPostofce
Postoffice Postofce Department had her name put puton pulon puton
on the he payroll payrol to tide tde her over a hard har pe period period perind ¬
riod in ber er fortunes fortunes I I think you will wi find findthat fnd fndthat findthat
that If there are any other abuses
I oter abuse which whichhave whih whihbae whichhave
have not been ben corrected coree they are ar similar similarto simiar simiarto similarto
to that of this newpaper newpper woman womanAround WODl womanAround
Around the Postoffice postmce Department today todaythe toay toaythe todaythe
the atmosphere was surcharged surchared with wih abuse abuseThrough abuseTbrough abuseThrough
Through Train Tnln Service SerTlce to Atlantic AtlanticCity Atlnntc AtlnntcCHT AtlaittaCity
City via in Pennsylvania IcnuHhnlln In Railroad RailroadCommencing Rlroud RlroudCllng RIlroa RIlroaCenuneneing
Commencing Cllng June 23 2 and ad continuing c tnuing until
September Stnb1 1 through throUil train trin of vntibaleci T veetiboledand tible coaches coachesarriving unt
an and bufet buffet prlor parlor or cars wi wihi Ite leave Wabigton Washington wek week
dIs days at 11 115 p m zn Irrhinl arriving AtbntcCiy Atlantic City 530 530p
p m Returing Returning levc leave Atantc Atlantic Cty City 2 230 p in inarriving
arriving arvinc Wahinlton Washington lOu O p m m Via Dclawart Dlwa
Urde Bridge route without wthout change of cars carsNorfolk car carorrolk carsNorfolk
Norfolk > orrolk t WashlnKton Wahlnlon Steamboat Stelbont Co CoDelightful CoDlightul CoDelightful
Delightful Dlightul trips tp daily di at 630 p m m to Old Point PointComfort PointCmort PointComfort
Comfort Cmort Newport Newr News ew Norfolk orol Virginia Virinia Beach Beacband Bec Beachand
and ad Ocean Oe View For schedule bedle see se page p 9 9Do 9Do 9Do
Do yon ou want wat MlllvrorU MlllvrorUWe MihiworkIWe IIhTork IIhTorkWe
We sell n wisaow W frames f 76 11c F F Libbey Lbbr r Oo C
I of the luckless luckes Tulloch Tloh whom who Postmaster PostmasterMerritt Postuter PostuterMerritt PostmasterMerritt
Merritt very nr frankly franky avows DOWS he discharged dischargedfrom dlsbage dischargedfrom
I from the r position > o8ltlon sfon of cashier l ler of the Wash Washingtoa Wab WabIngon Washington
ingtoa Ingon City Ciy office ofce In order to make room ro for foranother foranother foranother
another man m Tulloch Tuloh had hadb hacibeen been n connected connectedwith connecte connectedwith
wth with the City Clty Postoffice Pcnomcefor for years yel In vari various variou van vanoils ¬
oils ou capacities cpctes His Hi father te at one time tme was waspostmaster wasptaster waspostmaster
postmaster ptaster When PcBtnVvter PO ter Merritt 1errtt took tookcharge tookchnrse tookcharge
charge of the office a year r ago a it I is said saidhe saidhe ad adhe
he discovered dllcocre Tulloch Tuloh was wn connected cnnected with witha witha
a local electric light Ibt company copany and that his hiscivil hiscivI hisclvii
civil civI employment interfered iterf e with wih his hi offi official omclal othcial ¬
cial duties dutes Tulloch Tuloch Is i blamed by the post postofflce 108t 108tofc postofIlce ¬
offlce ofc employee employe with all al of the responsibili responsibility responlbf ¬
ty for the charges cbuges of irregularities neglartes pre preferred preterre preferred ¬
ferred terre It I Is alleged nlcge that tt as D soon son as he bewas heWM hewas
was discharged by Postmaster Potmter Merritt h hbegan hbegan he hebegan
began to tall ominously omlno I about aout frauds and andother ad adother andother
other irregularities Irregularies In rhq Tha th postal Jorl service serviceof selce selceof ocrviceof
of Porto Rico which hla at IE rrt was conducted conductedas onducte
as a a part pat of the Wasblngio City Ciy Postofflco PostofflcoIt PostofficoI
It I Is farther alleged that tbt Tulloch Tloch has ba been beentrying bee beentrying
trying for a year to got his h charges chargs into intotbe Intothe intothe
the newspapers newspapersWhen newsppers newsppersWhen newspapersWhen
When the attention ateto of Chief Inspector InspectorCohran Inpector InpectorCo InspectorCochran
Cochran Co = hrn of the Postoffice Postfce Department Deprtm nt was wascalled Wacale wancalled
called cale to the statement stateent tbfct there the existed existedan exsted exstedan
an understanding among olg officials to let letthe Jetthe letthe
the Washington City Cit PcslofJQce Pctoee alone lone and andthat andthat andthat
that high officials oclals would step in whenever wheneverfull w wheneverfull encer encerful
full ful and thorough th rough ugh inspection inSeeln Is under undertaken undertaen undertaken ¬
taken taen he smilingly Ungly said that he did not notcare Lotce totcare
care ce to make any statement sttement regardicg the theassertion theaerton theassertion
assertion aerton Mr r Cochran Cchran refused to deny denyor denyor denyor
or affirm the truth of the allegation nlegatoD and andsaid andsaid nd ndsad
said sad that the Postmaster PCtC General Geersl would te teth te tethL bethL
th thL < proper person prson to make a statement statementJohn sttoment sttomentJobn statementJohn
John E Jones a reporter reprer for to the Even Evening Eve Eveslog ¬
ing Star Str when questioned que about abut his al alleged alleged alleged ¬
leged position 111tIon as a physician phslan to the he Wash Washington Wa Washington h hIngon ¬
ington Ingon City Cfy Poetoffice Poelomc at at 170 17i per year yearcald yearsaid ear earmid
mid ic h an enquiring tone You Yo know kow that thatI tt ttI
I am ii l regular reglar practicing pretiJg physician physl0ao Be Beyond Deyond Beyond ¬
yond this he refuted refU to t give any further furtherinformation furor furorInformaton furtherinformation
information Informaton neither neitr denying deg nor Dr aSlrmiag aSlrmiagtbe nmrmig nmrmigthe adirmiugthe
the statement statementWhim sttemeDt sttemeDtWhm statementthui
Whim the attention 2tenUon o 0 of Auditor Audior Castle Castlefor Casle Caslefor Castlefor
for the Postofflce PostoCt Department DrmeDt was ws called calledto cale calledto
to the alleged aleged irregularities Irglarde IB 11 disburse dtebuifements dlbre dlbrements disbursements
ments of salaries Hlare and andother other oher questionable questionabletransactions quetoBabe quetoBabetranscions queetloaabletransactions
transactions transcions In the Postolflce PoIce Department Departmenthe DeprmeDt DeprmeDthe
he mid that Irregularities Irrclrdf are a common commenoccurrence CmIn CmInoccurrenct commonoccurrence
occurrence but they are not D necessarily necessarilyillegal necCrir necCrirlegn necessarilyillegal
illegal legn or criminal criminal Sometimes Somete Mr r Castle CastleNiid Cate Cateb1Id Castleasic
Niid various arlout officials olls fail f11 to t accompany accompanytheir acmpy acmpyt bccompanytheir
their t elr accounts accunt with the be proper vouchers vouchersand vouchersand oucber
and subvouchers In eases where there thareIs thereIs r
Is i susricion rlclon of Irregularity Irreglar ly In the service servicewe senIce senIcewe servicewe
we notify noiy the chief inspector ID tr who detail detailan deti detailsan
an inspector Irsper on the case cse for or investigation investigationsaid Invetgtion Invetgtionlaid InvestigatIonsaid
said Auditor Audior Castle Cae Regarding RegardlJg the ap appearance appearnce appearance ¬
pearance pearnce of 0 the same s name nae on two or o three threepayrolls thr6 thr6lyrUt threepnyrolie
payrolls lyrUt Mr 1lr Castle Cte said Mi that tat the te law Jw al allows allows allows ¬
lows a persons perns to fill fl two tw or three tre positions positionsas plUOOB plUOOBa5
as long ICng as a no n one on of the salaries lmp attached attachedthereto attJ attachedthereto
thereto exceeds the sum 8W of J25W 2 Con Concluding CO Conc1udig ¬
cluding cudig Mr JI Castle Caste said sW Our Or books bks and andrecords 30 andrecordo
records reorde are open ope to Inspection lleUn upon a aproper aproper aproper
proper order ore from Comptroller Ceple Cemrolier Tracewell TracewellAH Tcl TclAl TracewellAll
AH Al accounts aont go finally Asly to the Comptroller Comptrollerof
of the Treasury Treasur for fo bte hi hI I approval approvalComptroller approval approvalComptroller prol prolI prolConlltroler
Comptroller Conlltroler TraccTrellM Trncewel1 Statement StatementComptroller StntesJent StntesJentComptrler StatementComptroller
Comptroller Comptrler of o the Treasury Treay R R J Trace Tracewel TrteweJ Traeewell
well weJ sId sid this moraine mr81ng that tt there hee was in intruth LOtth notruth
truth tth In the statements stteent that tht he Lad L been beearequired beenrequired
required reuIred to drop the Investigation IDvesgt ef tbe tbeaccounts tbeAont theaccounts
accounts Aont of the he Washington YallRtoa Pestofflco PMtoe and andto andto
to allow alow them tem to t regulate reSle their t er own ex expense exp cxpanes ¬
panes p account acnt He added a the t e remark rk that thathe tt ttt thatI
he t I was wa not n ot 0 the kind kl wae wh who could l be b gag gagged gg ggG gaggesi ¬
ged G > K > r held up la II the te matter Dttr of o image irregularile jrgu jrgulalu imagelanitea
larile lalu in accounts aeunts of the e disbursements disbursementsby dl6reCt
by tl 1 tte e Washington Washl toB PostoSko Posta be said sid that thatthere tht thttr thatthere
there tr bad b been ben a great gt xaaay my irregularities irregularitieswhich ireulart irreguinelelonwhich
which wlle aggregated aggete many la thousands tho n of e dot dollars dl dlMr dotJars ¬
lars Mr These T dlscrepeoetea 4arp however hoever ho hecould hocl hocould
could cl not ncre recall aa taviag 1at been bae oC other othertbaa otherthan
than tI the U ordinary onr character cha ter that tat come c be before h before ¬
fore his hl office ee elite daily diy aad were wee not Dt exten extensively ext extenutveiy ¬
sively found fod in tbe dlilrarsements dlbmt ti t the theservice theme thescyvice
service me ia Porto Pt Rice R but were wer mom Jl nu numerous numr numemos ¬
memos ia the payment ot the e local Jol ac account a nocounts ¬
mr te pyeDL o
count ena Many lay of o the t claims bad h been b al allowed a a abowed ¬
lowed lwe and aD others oher dte 4T < v vpt H as a seemed seemedproper RmM RmMJr seemedproper
proper Jr after ater his hi review rne ot o each 0 case c Tn Tbt The Thedecision 3 3decision
decision t ia each een ioaMaoe I he stated e was waaa wa waa wasa
a matter mter of o public plbl recors re roco and d open on to in iaspeetiou inst inson
speetiou speetiouComptroller st son sonComptroller
Comptroller Cmproler Tracewell Twtl recalled r the t case caseof cs caseof
of 0 John Jom E Jones who wh i was w stated stt bad badbeen badbeen
been bn employed eBpleye as a physician p7dal by the City CityPcstoSee CU CUPGtoe CityPestoce
PcstoSee PGtoe Jones Joe the U Comptroller cpler cx cxI explaine cxplaineti
I plained plaine ba b bad t be bB been a employed cmp e asa an aolerk olerk to toinvestigate toIve toiavestigatss
investigate Ive tlgau such sUk absences ab8c of o tho employ employes epoy epoye ¬
es e of the te PestoSce PetG as a were werearll ascribed to tosickness tolk tohlckcass
sickness lk u and an no D physician pylcn was ws employed employedin empye
in a nrofesslonal rofeslona capacity by the Post Posto P0t P0torce PestoVe
o orce oVe ce As he recollected reclete ep the matter mter the theJonts theJos theJoiSts
JoiSts account ace t had been disallowed disallowedComptroller dlsowed disallowedComptroller
Comptroller omptoner Tracewcil TraceweJ repeated repete the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement that the business slnl of his office officewas ofce ofcewas oce ocewas
was of public pubic record rcord and ia I all ni its It details detailsopen detlsopen detailsopen
open to investigation investigationCHARGED Invc1gatoD Invc1gatoDCGE InvestigationCRARGD
CHARGED CGE WITH WTHr WITEBIGA1t1Y WITEBIGA1t1Yt IGAMT IGAMTA IGA
A t Long 101 Inland City lioapltnl 1 It 81lnl spltnl Orderly Orderlytnder Ordcrl OrdcrllOuder Orderlymdcc
lOuder ArrCmt ArrCmtLONG traetLONG et etLO
LONG LO G ISLAND CITV CITY L 1 I May 26 26Philip 26Philip 6 6Phlp
Philip Phlp Render Rener a a hospital hoia orderly was w ar arrested nrrte amrested ¬
rested rte in Whitstooe Whl to late lae last Jat night by De Detective Dctective ¬
tective teln Butler of 0 District Dstrict Attorney Attorey Mar Merrills Marmills tr trrls ¬
rills rls staff stat charged chare with wit bigamy my He was wasfound wasfound
found fon living lng with Wth his hi brlJe bJe of a few fe days daysReader a3YS a3YSRenr naysRender
Reader Renr is said sid to t have n carried mre Mrs lrs Ann AaaPiersoa AnnPlersol AnnPIerson
Piersoa Plersol a 3 nurse nre on o June 25 1S9S 155 Subse Subsequent Sebsequent ¬
quent to his hs marriage marrage be b was 1S arrested arte and aadconvicted andconvicted
oDleted convicted of horse stealing stealingWith stll stealingWith
With Wih the aid ad of o a lawyer law be Ie managed ma to toget t6get toget
get his bi wife wlt to give him b all l the money Dey she shehad se sehad shebad
had Reader ReDr was ws seat s L to Slag SBg Slag 118g for fortree fortre forthree
tree tre years year and dlx s x mouths I He was w re released relse released ¬
leased lse about at two months m ago ip and an tried tr to toretina t toretu
retina reu retu a to t his wife wie but see H4 s refused to hate baveanythtar hateaDythl haveanything
anything Jto to do with W WOn 1t ROft himOn
On May 17 14 he married marn Maria McVick McVickthirtyseven 1leVkkdhtMeJl MeVickr
r thirtyseven years old U of Flushing FlushingThe Fla FleshingThe iug iugThe
The ceremony cereuuH1 was performed edocmed ed by Rev RevMr Ite IteIr liarMr
Mr Ir Wyatt of the Methodist Church Clulre aad aadhe aadl1e andhe
he compelled Reader n ader to mike m ke an affidavit affidavitthat a l4aittbat s ldavit ldavitthat
that Ills first wife was dead cJficL At the time timeshe timeshe timeshe
she was 1U liviag only OI Y two blocks > away Mrs MrsPierson MnItterSJ Mrslieesou
Pierson discovered that her husband had hadmarried hadmarrt hadmarried
married marrt d again and made mKalJie the he complaint oa oawhich OKwhich onwhich
which the warrant was IMUed Render Readerwas RenderWs Renderwas
was arraigned before Mafiatfate laPtta Connortoa Connortoathis ConnortORIl1ls ConnomionIbis
this morning and committed to the couaty couatyjail COUBtyjail coustyjail
jail to toalt await examination examinationTINDER examlnaUoUNDER examinationUNDER
UNDER ARREST FOR MURDER MUBDEEVronilnent MURDERromlnent MURDERIromlnent
Vronilnent Indiana Farmer Charged ChargedAVIth CbnredYHh ChargedWhOle
WhOle KllliuK Kiiliisigi n Girl GirlEVANSVILLE HrlrVA lrl lrlEVANSV1LLE
EVANSVILLE rVA SVILLE Ind May y 26 26Josopl Josopt D DKleth DKletb DKieth
Kleth a prominent farmer of Warrick Warrickcounty Warrickcounty Warrickcounty
county Is under arrest for murdering Nora NoraKlfer Xora5Uer NoraKifer
Klfer The girls horribly mutilated body bodywas bodywns bodywas
was found In a creek creekKeHhe creekKeths creekKeths
Keths son Jesse aged thirteen years is isalso Isalso Isalso
also held on suspicion of being implicated implicatedWilliam ImpUeatedWnllam ImpliestedWilliam
William Clark who was engaged to the thegirl theJlrl thegIrl
girl Is held as a witness wltne s The girl met metKleth met1lcth metKieth
Kleth on a bridge over the creek and was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not afterwards seen alive aliveGovernment aliveGovernment he heGoernillcllt
Government Reoetitt Today TodayThe Todn TodnTae TodaaThe
The receipts of the the Government today todayreached todayreached todayreached
reached the sum of U585 lS89S l5O62l4 ST14 14 consisting consistingof onalsUogor
of customs 43474 4H4sT 7 internal I trnal revenue revenue51C06679Z3 ret revenuelCd66933 ne neIc667933
51C06679Z3 Ic667933 miscellaneousf mlscenitnoo misceil neous 63S34J4 The Thopxpenditures Thercpendltures Thetpenditures
pxpenditures amounted to tolG4O > jlC400 0 leav leaving leavlrIg leartog ¬
tog lrIg an excess of receipts recoi t over expenditures expendituresamounting crpendlttlresnmounULg expendituresamounting
amounting to 46525714 U652iiHJO u u1O
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Company CoupnnT Account Aeeou Confederate ConfederateVeterans Confc ConfederateVeterans ernte ernteetcrnn8
Veterans Reunion RcnnionTicket RennlonTickeu Reunionf
f Ticket on sale ul May 27 2S s ind and 29 oed r return rtomng ton tonng >
5 5ng ng until June 10 1900 with cxtenrion until Jane
15 r it deposited with joint aritat agattat ascnt nt LonUrille rou Tiflco and andpaymevt andp
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TO PROBE CUBAN CBA FRAUDS FRAUDSThe FIIAIIBThe
The Bacon Resolution of Enquiry EnquiryAdopted EnquiryAdopted EnquiryAdopted
Adopted in the Senate SenateAn
An Investigation Ordered of All PI PInnncinl FInnntlni F Fnnniai
nnncinl Affairs of the Inland From Fronttlte Fromtl Fromthe
the tl Dttie D e of Occupation by the thethe theForee theForces
Forces 0 of the United SI SIittee Stutea StuteaConamlttec StnteutCommittee
Committee ittee for the Purpose PnrltOaeMr Purposefr I IMr
Mr fr Gaiypger Galnger from the Committee on onContingent onContingent onContingent
Contingent Expenses E penscs today reported fa favorably tavornbly farorably ¬
vorably In tbeTStoate tbeS at the Bacon resolu resolution resolution reaoiutlon ¬
tion providing for r an Investigation of the theCuban theCuban theCuban
Cuban postal frauds fr r tfds ds The resolution was waathen wasthen wasthen
then adopted nd ptcd by the Seaate with an anamendment a1amendment anamendment
amendment amendmentThe amendmentThe v vThe
The resolution reSluUoh directs that the Com Committee Committee Coinmittee ¬
mittee on Relations with Cuba Is hereby herebydirected herebydirected herebydirected
directed to investigate Inv tlgate and report to the theSeaate theSennte theSenate
Senate as early asV a practicable regarding regardingthe regardingthe regardingthe
the moneys received and expended In the tbelaland theIland theisland
island of Cuba by by through and under th thofficials thomclals the theomcials
officials and representatives of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States both civil and military from the thedate thodate thisdate
date of the occupation of C Cmilitary Cuba 5y the themilitary themilitary
military forces of the United tSatee until untiland untiland untiland
and including the 3 38th th of o April 190 190Said lstOSaid 1950Said
Said committee eommltt e shall investigate Inv tlgate and re report report roport ¬
port as to receipts as follower From cus customs custeme cuetame ¬
toms from poetol service from Internal Internalrevenue InternalreY Internalrevenue
revenue reY nue from all other sources specify specifying speclfyIQS specifyleg ¬
IQS the details as far as practicable and andparticular andparticular andpart1cularl
particular the places where and dates dateswithin datoswithin datesWithin
within which hleb e said I amounts were collected collectedor
or received and the t e officer or oQeers col collecting eolleetlng collecting ¬
lecting and receiving r IIDg the came as well as asthe asthe asthe
the law or authority under which said saidamounts damounts saidamounts
amounts were in e each ch instance so collected collectedor
or received receivedSaid receivedsald maccitedSaid
Said committee shall investigate and re report report report ¬
port as to the expenditures of the said saidamounts saidamounts 1111l 1111lamouDts
amounts GO received the necessity neees ity and pro propriety pro propriety propriety ¬
priety thereof specifying tetryIBg In classes aad in indetail Indetail indetail
detail so far as practicable said expendi expenditures exJI expandituree adl adltures ¬
tures and particularly the work work services servicesor
or property for which said expenditures expenditureswere
were made and the value thereof also the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law or authority under which each of said saidexpenditures saidexpendltures naidexpenditures
expenditures was made the officer civil or ormilitary ormilitary ormtiitamy
military by whom said expenditure wasauthoriHd wasauthorized was wasauthorized
authorized and the officer civil or military militaryby mlUttrYby militaryby
by who wheta hOf said expenditure was made and andtbe aDdthe andthe
the particular fund fila from from which the money moneywas moneywas moneywas
was takea for said expenditure expenditureSaid lcpediture lcpeditureSaid peLdltureSaid
Said committee shall also report a astatement nstateJDeat astatement
statement of all public works ot every everykind everykind everykind
kind including buildings wharves rail rallroaog ral1roaQB railroses
roses and all other structures built or orcoaetructed orCOBtItnscted orcoestmucted
coaetructed improved repaired or deco decorated decorated decorated ¬
rated by or under the authority of o any aaysuch anysuh anysuch
such officer civil or military and In each eachinstance eawIDBta eachinstance
IDBta instance ee the cost aDd value valueSaid raIseSaid Iue IueSaid
Said committee shall also o report a astatement astatement astatement
statement of the personal property wfcfch wfcfchwas wZkhwas teh tehwas
was purchased or ox procured aad entrusted entrustedto
to any ay officer civil or military fa Cuba Cubavritala Cubawitl Cubawithta
vritala Jl said time the ocst aad value awe of oftbe 0She ofhe
She he same and tbe uses to which said saidproperty saidpropert saidpropemty
property Baa bees put ad the disposition dispositionwhich dl dinpoeltionwhich posklonwhidJ
which has beeR made thereof thereofTe thereefThe thereofThe
The amendment as adopted Is aa fol folJaws folJGW6 fotSaId
Jaws JawsSaid
Said committee is authorized to con conduct condUtt conduet ¬
duct said investIgation aDd make such re report re report yeport ¬
port by subcommittee or committees ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed by the chairman and the i itee commit collualtee committee
tee ee or any subcommittee thereof is au authorized autzed anthorized ¬
thorized tzed to sit during durlD the recess of ofCongress otCcttgrHS ofcongress
Congress at saelfptaea su suci place or r places in the theUnited tJaeUnitedStates theUniiMtstes
United UnitedStates States pr Cuba as any y be necea oeceaaary neceaarJ neceasexy
sexy and Is Is empowered to send for ferpersoas forperMBS forpersons
persons and papers issue sub subpoenas MIlt MIltJHenas subpoenas ¬
poenas administer oaths examine wit witnesses wltnesH8 witnessea ¬
nesses employ stenographers expert ac accountants aceountants aceountants ¬
eountants aDd other ot er necessary assist assistance aHIatanee assistance ¬
ance and the expenses expe es of said investiga investigation InvestfgatieR investigaties ¬
tieR shall hall be paid out of the contingent contingentfund contlogentfund contIngentfund
fund of the Senate upon vouchers approv approved approed appmoved ¬
ed by the chairman of the committee committeeTHE committeeTHE committeeTHE
THE HOUSE SEEKS LIGHT UGETVotCM LIGHTote LIGHTVotes
Votes ote to Call Upon Cabinet Officer Officerfor OmeerJlor Oincerafur
for or Information InformationThe InformntlonThe InformationThe
The House today toda adopted three resolu resolutions rc recoinLions olu oluUors ¬
Lions reported from the Committee on In Insular Insular Insular ¬
sular Affairs and which were ere called up by byMr byMr byMm
Mr Cooper Chairman Cha rman of that committee committeeThe committeeThe commItteeThe
The firstYesoluUon first re resolution uUon taken up was that sub submitted S1bmitted submitted ¬
mitted by Mr Hay on May 16 It fol follows follows foilows ¬
lows lowsWhllre
Whereas Whllre It t is stated that E E G Rath Rathrone Rathone Eachhone
one rone Director of Poets In Cuba made a ic icfort lerort ccport
fort to the Postmaster General of the Uni United United lintted ¬
ted States en April 23 i960 In which he hestated hestnted hestated
stated that the be postal accounts of postal postalofficials pM pastalofficIals tal talotHclals
officials in Cuba were correct c and andWhereas andWhereas andWhereas
Whereas it is stated ia the public prints printsthat printsthat printsthat
that the postal inspectors i pectors ot the Cuban Cubanpostal Culanpostal Cutanpostal
postal service had not made any inspection inspectionon l tloI1 tloI1on
on reports of that data Therefore ThereforeResolved ThereforeRefolvoo ThereforeResolved
Resolved hat the Postmaster General Generalof
of the United Suites be requested to inform informthe informthe informthe
the House ot Representatives whether E EG B BG SG
G RatSbOBo Director of Poets P ts in Cuba did didoa didoa didon
oa April 23 180 lW or thereabouts make makesuch makesuek makestick
such a report reJlO t and what said report con contained cantamed n nUlined ¬
tamed an and t to further Inform the House of ofRepresentatives ofRepre ofRepresentatives
Representatives Repre eutatlves whether such report per purported IIrrorted perported ¬
ported tobe to t be based OB reports made to E EG E EG SG
G RathbOne by postal inspectors in tors in Cuba Cubaand Cub Cubaad Cubaand
and whether the Postmaster General bas basany baslIltS hasale
any ale tefonaatioa l as to whether said postal postalinspectors p01taliD po3tblinspectors
inspectors iD OOI ia Cuba Cu ever made sica slcl1 reports reportsto
10 E E G Rathbone Director of Poets in inCuba inCulNL inCuba
Cuba I IThe IThe IThe
The second resolution re ohU6a adopted a was 1iS that thatsubmited thatsulHBited thatsubmited
submited on May la7 17 by Mr Ir Jones of Vim Virginia Vlrghria Vimgluts ¬
gluts calling for Information eoaeenti eoaceraiDg eoaceraiDgthe g gthe
the furatsbias furDl hl to oalcers oeers ia Cuba C aad Porto PortoRico PortoRiM PorteRico
Rico of quarters The resolution follows fellowsResolved followshResoJed followsResolved
Resolved That the Secretary of War is ishereby 16heretty ishereby
hereby directed to report to the House of ofRepresentatives otReprCien3tles ofRepreeenattres
Representatives the following informa information information information ¬
tion tionFirst tionFirstWhether First FirstWhether Whether aay officer of the Army Arayof Armyot Armyof
of the United States who is nsw no or who whohas whobas whoban
has been on duty either in Cuba or Porto PortoRico PortoRico PortoRico
Rico since the date of the declaration ot otwar otwar ofwar
war by b the United States against a nst Spain Spainhas SpaiDbas Spainhas
has had furnished to him by any person peraoaor
or authority any quarters other othe than such suchquarters suchquarters suchquarters
quarters as such officer is entitled under underthe tnderthe underthe
the law to receive If 1 so what Is the thename thename thename
name and rank of each officer so furnished furnishedwith furnishedwith urnlshedwith
with such quarters and what quarters in ineach Ineach ineach
each such instance have been so furnished furnishedSecond turnishedSecondWbat furnishedSecondWhat
SecondWbat Second What rent has been paid in ineach Ineach ineach
each instance InstlD < e for or quarters thus furnished furnishedto
i to officers of tie t e Army during said period periodeither periodeither porlotieither
either in Cuba or In Porto Rico RicoThird RicoThirdWhat RicoThirdWhat
Third ThirdWhat What amounts have been ex expended expended cxpended
pended In each instance in repairing re refitting refitting refitting ¬
fitting or improving any quarters occupied occupiedby occupiedby upled upledby
by any officer of the United States Army on onduty onduty onduty
duty In Cuba or Porto Rico during said saidperiod sakIJiCrlod saidperiod
period and for which officer in each in instance Inztance inatance ¬
stance was such quarters thus repaired repairedi repairedrefitted repairedrefitted
i refitted and improved improvedFourth ImproedFourtilhat ImprovedFourthWhat
Fourth Fourtilhat What amounts have been ex exj cx1niS
j 11 1321 via In B t O to Louisville Ky Kyi Ii Iinnd Kyand
i and Return ReturnAccount Returnnt
Account A coent nt United Qjf < OflfMH2t fr rate Veteraas V t raas Reooien ReooienTfcfceU itesnirnfichets Cln ClnAclifts
TfcfceU geed gwtatfiy laF K SS sad 29 9 retorting retortingr rdartl l lto
to It leave Louisville U1Jtlt June 1 10 except ftpt by de deMit ole olet
Mit t UHi oa osyirg rg 50 cents they may r be extended crttDCkdto ensnddto
to June ane aneaTo 25 25I3To
aTo 173 To Ten Mar and Itctnrc ReturOI7g ReturOI7gl223To H HTo 175 175SfS
SfS l223To SS To O Qattyipnrg tty ttYJllmr l nrK nntl lie UeturnIn Il 5 5Special
turnIn Pennsylvania Unilrunel UnilrunelSpecial itnllreaolSpecial
Special train from Sixth Street Station Statto 336 35 35in a am am
m bv lav SO SIDoceration IVceration Pay under auspices auspiCCSXeI auspiCCSXeIson Xel Xelton Xe Xewa
ton Co Knights of Pythhs PythhsB
B A f O o41 1 to Hnrncr llnpera Ferry and andIVlncucmter nndincileter andWincheater
IVlncucmter IVlncucmterBy incileter incileterI
By special train luring Washington s a m mikj m m1aJ iniay
I ikj iay 27 2 Returning tore l Winchester 7 and Bar Harper Hsrr Barpers
per pers Ferry r S p m same day Tickets also al o sold soldIrom SilldI soldjrone
r Irom intermediate Y t tx i relate relateDo > ioU ioUyon
I no yon on need Ploorinc Ploorincft FiooringtWe I It
We ft t have some at 163 per 100 ft It F Lil LilibeI y i Co J
pended In each instance In famishing or ordecorating ordecoratlng ordecorating
decorating any quarters occupied by any anyofficer anyomcer anyofficer
officer of the United States Army fn a Cuba Cubaor Cubaor Cubaor
or Porto Rico during said period what was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the character of such furnishings and dec decorations decorations dccorations ¬
orations and for which officer In each In iastance Instance instance
stance were the quarters thus furnished furnishedand furnishedand furnishedand
and decorated decoratedFifth decorat decoratedFifthWhat d dFiftbbat
Fifth Fiftbbat What amounts have been ex expended oi oipended oxpended ¬
pended for horses ho s or mules harness ve vehicles Tehides yehides ¬
hides or equipages or any kind to be used usedby usedby usedby
by any officer ocer of the United States Army Armyon Armyon Armyon
on duty in Cuba or Porto Rico during durln said saidperiod saidperIod saidperiod
period and for which officer la each in instance instance instance ¬
stance were the horses mules harness harnessvehicles harDes6veblcles harnessvehicles
vehicles or other equipages furnished furnishedSixth furnishedSlxthhat furnishedSixthWhat
Sixth Slxthhat What amounts have been paid for forthe forthe forthe
the hire of servants or as compensation for forservices forserdces forservices
services rendered r8 dered in and about the quar quarters quarters quartees ¬
ters of any an officer of the United States Ar Army Army Army ¬
my during said period in Cuba or Porto PortoRico PortoRico PorteRico
Rico and in each instance wHo 110 was the theofficer theomcer theofficer
officer occupying said quarters in and about aboutwhich abootwblch aboutwhich
which said ald servants were employed or said saidcervices saidsenices saidservices
cervices were rendered renderedSeventh renderedSeyenthhat renderedSeventhWhat
Seyenthhat Seventh What amounts have beea paid paidfor pa1 pa1for paidfor
for supplies of any kind J B4I furnished furala ed to any anyofficer aayoIDcer sayofilcer
officer of the United States Army during duringsaid duringISald duringsaid
said period In Cuba or Porte Rico other otberthan otherthan otherthan
than the allowances to which such officer officeris ecer eceris
is entitled under the law and a each in instaace 111staneO instance
stance who is the officer o er thou th receiving receivingsuch reeehin reeehinsuch resettingsuch
such supplies suppliesEighth suppliesElghthW1utamounts suppliesEigbthWhatamountshave
Eighth ElghthW1utamounts What amounts have been paid la laCuba JaCub3 isCuba
Cuba in the way of allowances and salaries salariesto
to the commanding general eneral the heads ea s of oftbe ofthe
the various departments of the United UaitedStates UalteclStates UnitedStates
States military government sf Cuba C be in including lachiding Ineluding ¬ I
chiding all persons employed as dersor dersorotherwise elet decks or orotherwise Orotherwise
otherwise under said goverameat goverameatNinth governmentNinthWhat
Ninth NInthVhat What amounts hare ae heeD paid paidin paidin paidin I
in Cuba to the th officers of the late Cuban Cubaaarmy Cubanarm Cubanarmy
army arm and what hat amounts if say ng are be being 116Ing belog ¬
ing paid at the present time to said sill officers omcers sillcars ¬
cers cersToata cersTenthIn
Toata TenthIn Ia eack of the expenditures expendituresconcerning expe expendituresconcerning dlturesconcerning
concerning which w leh enquiry elMlUh is 1 Made out ef efwhat etwllat ofwheat
what fund was said amount paid paidThe peWThe paidThe
The third resolution re agreed to was that thaterapowcrjrg thatempowig thatempowtg
erapowcrjrg the Spanish Bank ef Porto PortoRico PertoIUco PectoRico
Rico to cubage C ckange tlS iU name to that of Beak Baakof IJaakor Beakof
of Porto Rico and to substitute fer its itscapital Itscapital Itscapital
capital in pesos e5OS the equivalent in money moneyof m ueyot moneyof i
of the United States at tile ratio establish established established established ¬
ed by law and to amend article thirty thirtyone tslrtyone thirtyone
one of its bylaws by laws so that to be a coon eoaBcUor cooncilor councilor ¬
cilor of said bank It may not be neceosary neceosaryto
to be a Spaniard and further to modify modifyand IB modifyand lfy lfyand
and amend said bylaws but t always ia iaaccordance laaccordance inaccordance
accordance with existing law and subject subjectto ItJect ItJectto
to the approval of the goveraor of Forte ForteRico PerceIUco PorteRico
Rico RicoSTATUS IUcoSTATUS RicoSTATUS
STATUS OF APPROPRIATIONs APPROPRIATIONsSix
Six of the General BUlK Bill Hare Bee BeeApproved Been BeenpvroTcd BeenApproved
Approved by the President PresidentSix PrclildentScr IrealdentSix
Six of the general appropriate bills of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the present pr nt session have become laws lawstwo Jawstwo lawstwo
two are in the bands of o the President Presidentthree Prideelthre Preeldeetthree
three are Ia conference aDd the remain remaining reIDatDing remainbig ¬
ing five are in an advanced stage Those Thosewhich ThOMwlttch Thosewhich
which have bees approved iUd the date dateof dat datol datesof
of their approval follow followUrgent tollowUrgent foflowUrgent
Urgent Deficiency approved February FeW ry
9 Pensions April 4 Consular and Dfpte Dfptematic DlpIemaUe Ip1ematic
matic April Aprll4 4 Legislative Executive EXe t1ve aad aadJudicial aadJadldal andJudietal
Judicial April 17 Urgent Defleteacy Defleteacyadditional DeAdeacyadditloDal Dedelencyadditional
additional March 30 Urgent DoCeieacy DoCeieacyadditional DeAeI DeAeIaddItIoDal Dee4ee y yadditional
additional April April3 23 Those that have havegoae lavego havegoee
goae go e to Ute President PrelcleDt but which bad not notbeea BOtbeen notbeen
been approved appro this forenoon oon are FortMca FortMcatioas FertttIeat1086 Fecttcations
tioas and Agrtcutural Those ia confer coafereace COBfereaee confereace
eace are the District of Cehtabia Feet FectoQce Peeto Feetoce
oQce oce and a Naval NavalTbe NaTalT NavalThe
The status of the reeaiaia remaining seaeral eoeral ap appropriatioQ apNOPriatlou appreptiation
propriatioQ bills is 1 as follows followsIndian fellowsIJHltaa InflowsIndian
Indian Affairs aln conference CODler report agreed agreedto agreedto
to by the Senate aate Army confereeee ee report resortagreed reportacreed reportagreed
agreed to by the nonce Sundry Civil re reported repQrt ccported ¬
ported pQrt 4 to the t e Sesate with amendments amondaioateMay ameMBlelltsXay amendmentsMay
May 25 S General Defteisaey Dekl y passed pa sari Ute tbeHouse UteReuse theHouse
House May 14 1 Military Academy report reported NPlNtcd reportad ¬
ed to the Senate with amendments May a 24 24CONFERENCE 4 4CONFERENCE 24CONPEBENCE
CONFERENCE REPORT ADOPTED ADOPTEDaic ADOPTEDTIle ADOPTEDThe
TIle Senate aic Jnxistn on Pneumatic PneumaticTnlie PncumntleTuhe PneumaticTabe
Tnlie Service Servicela 5erlcclathe ServiceIn
la lathe the Senate ute today to the conference report reportoa
on the ice Appropriation bill was re received received raceived ¬
ceived aDd adopted Mr Wolcott thea tbeamoved theamond theamoved
moved that the SeDate insist oa its amend aaieadmeat aDle aDlement amendmeat
meat of 22S H for pneumatic tube service serviceThe servtceThe serviceThe
The motion was agreed to toOUTLAWS toOUTLAWS toOUThAWS
OUTLAWS IN WYOMING WYOMINGOfficers WYOMINGOffiecrs WYOMINGOffIcers
Officers Start 1 1Dexperadoen In Scarch or a Gnnl of ofDepcrndocH ofDesperadoes
Desperadoes DexperadoenCHEYEXXE DepcrndocHCHEYEX DesperadoesCIIE1ENNE
CHEYEXXE CHEYEX E Wyo May Ia 26Federal 26Federaland Federal Federaland F eraI eraIand
and State Stat officers have been informed that thatthere atthere thatthere I
there is a gang of desperadoes In hiding la lathe 111the a athe
the Hartvllle Hills Itt miles Berth of ofCheyenne eCCheyenne ofCheyenne
Cheyenne and that it ia the iatoattoa la4l8tkuthe of ofthe ofthe
the bandits to bold up the paymaster of ofthe oftlbe ofShe
the Burlington traeklaylng gangs or th thbank tkbank the thebatik
bank at Guernsey GuernseyOfficers GuernseyOJHrers GuernseyOlUocis
Officers have 1m ve gone to the scene and aadshould alld3bould andshould
should the outlaws attempt to carry out outtheir Nttheir sottheir
their plans they will be shot dews dowaTAYIOB ttwBTAYLOR dewsTAYLOR
TAYLOR B BREAKING G DOWN EOWXKentucky DOWNKcntuck DOWNKentucky
Kentucky Kcntuck > Refugee Coin Going to 3IIclii 3IIcliiKnn JllcllInn 3IIchoigan
Knn nn to Recuperate KecnperateST
ST JOSEPH Wclu Hiek 1ie May ray 2 fA fAnent A vmtff vmtffneat preVneat
neat Rcpubtieaa of this county bas bees eeacomrBualcatloB la lacoamuaicatioB Iscommunication
communication with the secretary S of ofs W WS WS
S Taylor late claimant to the t Tk Goveraer GoveraerIp llovernorship > veraer veraersbip
ship Ip of Kentucky and as a result Taylor Taylorhealth TaytorwlH ThyMewift
wlH soon visit this lMaIity 111 seerek of ofhealth ofhealth
healthTaylor healthTayior health healthTaylor
Taylor Is suffering from nervous arostra arostratioa prostration a atlos
tioa aDd being ia fear of a general break breakdown beenkdews
down wishes to recuperate at a health re resort resort nosort ¬
sort on the St Joseph River Taylor wttt wtttcome wiltcome witicome
come here iacog iacogAVnhinrton iDCOgTn incogWashIngton
WashIngton Tn hlnJton Telephone Company Dill Dillla DillIa BillIn
la the Senate te today Mr Jones of Ar Arkaasas Arh1UlSaS Arkansas
kansas offered O erec1 a resolution raoatloathe discharging diacharslastbe
the Committee oa the District of Columbia Columbiafrom CohuaIfrom Celemblafrees
from further trt e r duty te regard r to I the bill billcreating 11I11creatlag billcreating
creating the Washington WaalaiBzt Telephone Coat Coatpray cDftJlY Gempony
pray and that the Mil go back to the tbeeaten tIHtcaleB thecalender
eaten calender ir The resolution reMl tloB was laid oa Ute tbetable Utetab1e thetable
table
The Army trm Bill Signed Signedproprieties 51ioouedTM SignedThe
TM President has signed the Anay AIt AItpreprittUOR Ap Apprepmistlon
proprieties bill Wli and also the FottlScat Fertlllcntand Fonicajs Fonicajsand FottlScataad
and Armament bill billniaelcbnms billBI1e billBlackburns
niaelcbnms BI1e burn I Credentials 1rewenteil 1rewenteilIn l > relientelIn
In the Senate today Mr Jones of Arkaa Arkaasas ArkanSan orkusas
sas presented the credentials ef Seaator Seaatorelect Seuterelect Seonieeelect
elect Blackburn DI kbura of Kentucky issued by byGovernor hyCoerner byGovernor
Governor Beckbam The credentials er eB were wereplaced wereplaced wereplaced
placed oa the files of the SeMIte SeaateAsralnst SeMItenln SmateAgainst
Against nln < t the Grout 1III1 1III1The JIIIIThe 11111The
The Committee en Agriculture of the tbeHouse eHouse theHouse
House met today aad beard arguments argllmtalrr iff iffMr bpMm
Mr Wilson of Arizoaa Art and Mr Williams Williamsof
of Mississippi against the Grout Anti AatiOlooeargerine A AOlOOtmll1eriae AntiOleomargarine
Oleomargarine bill and ia favor of the theWadfiwortb theWd theWadsworth
Wadfiwortb Wd bill as amended and reported reportedby reportedoy reportedoy
by oy the subctsnailttee subctsnailtteeShad subC subcaItteeShad ImIIittee ImIIitteeShnd
Shad Fry Fr Front Maryland MarylandSARATOGA lnrInntl lnrInntlSARATOGA l lSARATOGA
SARATOGA X Y May 26 CTIIe Tbe United UaltodStates Ualt4MlStates UnitedStates
States Fish Commission yesterday YeMe e eOI placed planed22ossc
2 22ossc 0MM OI shad fry from Maryland ia tile tbeHudEOB tilelludeOR theHudson
Hudson River Rl er above Glens Falls FrfteThronsh FallsTbrollg1L FallSThrough
Through Conch Service to o Atlantic AtlanticCity AtlatieCity t1nntlcClt
City Clt via in Pennsylvania l > ennlC > lanln ItuIIrond ItuIIrondOn ItullroaOn
On week T < 1 d days ye May iS to Jaa ionic 28 a new tar tarMOB UarTe thrmh thrmhoetibld
Te oetibld tilNled eampedie te eoaeB coach 1 latelt a ¼ o wilt wiltbe wi wibe
be epjlft epeqted ell tni irate Ife leaving W WasbMtm X a amoss Itti IttiDMe
MOB arriving Atlantic OWy Oi ty 5 i51 t p to m n ni t wn wntug ta taiBp
tug i o caT kaT leave Atbutic City M3 1I3t a L HL In in aitrar flic 1T 1TDOST WiDgtB g gingten40pni
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DOST DO FORGET I OltGl < T IT ITL ITFon ITFoui
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a m In 2 p P m maM a aid d 4 p po I w 1R 43 vest h TJCM r resad trip uifiTale
Take Columbia ear to epee epeeVlynn depssVlynna 3p 3pFlynn
Flynn Vlynna Kn nudneJJI tncRJ College Sth and nnd15Ccn1Ia 1C 1CDo KtSCcruz
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Do yon on vnnt the finest Lumber Lnmserand Lnmblrand Lumberand
and BuliworL Call alnays 1 at CUi ind nd N So 1 ave
ITILT TILT OVER A LOCAL BILL BILLMr
Mr Allen Denounces ilelhods Metho s Used Usedin Usedin Usedin
in Condemning Property PropertyHe
He Offers Objection to a Provision for forthe fortbe forthe
the Extension Exten lon or OrColnmbla Colombia Bond RontL31r RondIr BondMr
31r Ir MeJIIllaii Defend the l roVOtOI 1ropoailion > ropo roVOtOItlon I Ii
lion aH i Presented 1 b by > > the Commit Committee COUlD1Ittee Commitlee ¬
tee on the District of Columbia ColumbiaAt Coiumbla CoiumblaAt
At the close clos of o the morning business In Inthe Intl Inthe
the tl e Senate S ate today Mr r MtJHlaa stated that thathe thatbe thathe
he would devote the the th balance of tho day to toDistrict 0DlstrIet toDistrict
District of Columbia bills actosii according g to his bisnotice liisntlce hisnotice
notice given on May 16 Mr Allison ab abjeetod Gbjeeted ohjaded <
jaded and asked > ked that the eoaaMeratku Uol c ctbe ct ctthe ofthe
the Sundry Civil Mil be eooliawed Mr MrFrye M MFrye McFrye
Frye President pro te tempoe poe evenaie 8e1fhMI tte tteraoUoB tomO stemotion
motion of otMr Mr Allison sad the Senate pro proceeded pro proeeeded peaceoded ¬
ceeded with the consMoratteei coD6Wera eC DtsrieC DtsrieCNils Dlsretbins Discnienhula
bins hulaThe NilsTbe
binsThe
The bill providing for the e eeMltm eariea of ofCotoabia ofCoIulBbia ofColombia
Colombia Road east of TfeirUeach Street Streetwas Streetwas Streetwas
was taken 1IP p Mr r Allen effected to the thesecoad thesecUon thesecond
second section sf the bill which relates relatesto relatesto relatesto
to the ceadeaaattoK of the land landto iRlM e < t tte
to be 1Iev used H Ha He spoke at length on the theWrGug thewrong
wrong dose property boWers under the law lawa law lawand
a a d said lei that condemnation B pfoceei poceedtegz poceedtegzwere eee gs gswere 8 8were
were sot fair fairTh i1rThe fairThe
Th The Mil Mi provides that within tw twenty aty toys toysafter daysafter YS YSafter
after the passage of this act th the C Csfeaers eo eoOIIerS lemms lemmsatoners
sfeaers of the District J of C Columbia i uaMa be ej and aadth aBdthey andthey
th they y are hereby authorized a t and directed to toinstitute kJ1Mtltu toinstitute
institute 1Mtltu In th the Supreme Court of the Dis District DIstrict Dietnict ¬
trict of Columbia CoIaw slttlag sluta > as a district districtcourt < Heirletcourt Iet Ieteourt
court by petition particularly describing describingthe 1CrJblngthe describingthe
the lands to be take takes a rereading 1JI eetiDg te rem remte remto
to condemn the JaM that may be Beceeeary Beceeearyfor JIeCryfor necessaryfor
for the extension ef Ceh Columbia bi Road K east eastf eatof eastof
of f Thirteenth Street threvgh Meek twenty tweatjthree tweaqthree twentythree
three eC Columbia Heights with Wi a wkkb wkkbof wl tii tiiof
of sixty xty feet feet se that the t e western w tera terasfWM terasfWMdirect tenaItMso
o of Stettltea Street will he connected Ia n ndirect adirect
direct manner with the eastern tenatatts tenatattsf
l f Colombia la Re ReM d as now located west ef efThirteenth eTbirteeath ofThirteenth
Thirteenth Street Streetby StreetThe StreetThe
The bill and amendments were framed framedIt framedby
by It the Attorney foe the District Dl of cb1a 1 Cohsia Cslambin CohsiaU CohsiaMr
U bin
b1alr
Mr MeMUtam defended the MM argtslas
that Ute jury vry would JUke a fUr meting as asto asto asto
to payment He stated that he desire iio iioMe to tosee tosee
see the District of Columbia inpcxwed 1 in inevery ineeIT inevery
every way and u wanted te see the streets streetsopened sUeelsOSIeaed streetsopened
opened openedMr OSIeaedIr openedhr
Mr Ir Allen asked if Mr MeOUtfan c itIaa would wouldwithdraw W4MIIdwlt1Hlraw weokiwithdraw
withdraw the second section of the MM MMI blhlI
I will ill not not Mid Mr XeHfltas XeHfltasNo Xd1lnaBsaid MeMiflanNa
No said Mr Allen HYM you waat to take takea
a a aaus property that is worth J13W 1 1IN aI midalter ai aiafter IIIalter
alter condemning it it will give sivefor him 1410 1410for K Kfor
for It as a a benefit as presided U I this fem femMr 1t1lL 1t1lLr b1ILMr
Mr r Galliager stated that t u all impr Js pr frv frvmeau vemonte ve vemenu
menu made IB the District of CbUariria CbUaririaheretofore Q kaWa8eretorore CoLmbIaheretofore
heretofore had been a 1M de through the thesame tilesame thesame
same eoademMttioa COIIdemM OII itroeeedfags proeeeMa proeeeMaThere proceedingsThere v vThere
There are a a large number of unjust 1HrJtstattea unjuststatutes jit t tstatutes
statutes IB effect IK I t tiHsabla the District r C Ce Cebumble
bumble 1 baa said Mr Alice I knew of f a bait baitdosea hairden baiLdosen
den of them themMr 0IeJILXr themMr
Mr Stewart stated that sever ia aay aaycase aay11M anyease
case had a jury awarded a property owner ewaerless ew ewleu ownerless
less Ulan the value of his property propertyMr prepemtyMr rtY rtYXr
Mr Allen stated that he had hoard that thatit tMtIt thatIt
it was a coatom In the t e District at eCWa ofbin Oataat OataatMa
Ma for mast ea to go out into the 0ut wkktli kirts at atthe ofthe t ttile
the city and after rt haying g a piece of lend teadwould IendwfMlld lendwoo
would woo have a bill WlIIe8ed penned extending g a astreet astreet astreet
street aer aera ncrsan this property aM than reap rettlhanest reapaharveet
a aharveet harvest hanestCondcmnntion
Condemnation Section SectionTho SeotlonTH SectionThe
The section relating ul IIf to eeaO eeaOas ceodemastisa < III IIIas toas
as follows followsThat followsThat oIlowsrat
That of the aaoaat found to he due dueaad dueand e elid
lid awarded a as daawges g for and ia lesoeotof J sesp sespof lesoeot SIHIIIItel
of tile land J condemned for the exteaeteo exteaeteoof n nof
of Colombia C hHBhIa Hood as berets provided s 54MIh 54MIhUHMIat eseltamount ob obamouat
amount thereof t Fbail lIall be atoooiod by b the tbeJury tJtejury thejury
Jury hereinafter provided as beaeSts sad acdto aEdto sadto
to the extent of such beaoftts ts against agaiaitthose againstthose alt alttbo
those pieces er parcels oi o land oa each s side sideof We Weof Neof
of said ld Columbia Read as extended exten e tbroe t tWoek threwahi threwahiblock b bMeek
Meek 22 of Columbia Heights and also alsoen ahoen alsoen
en any or all pieces eces or parcels P8 e of f lend laadwhich Ia8dwltl lendwhich
which will be benefited by y the exteacien exteacienot
of said Colombia Road Oa4J as said jury aay aaytod neylad y y1M
lad sa sabeaefited SlIM pie or parcels or laM tIt tIt1aetteftted be bebeaedted
beaefited and in determining tbe te3m08ntJ te3m08ntJte > aznoanU
te be assessed against said pieces or par parcels pareel1it pareels ¬
eels of land the jury shall take into con consideration consWerat consideration ¬
sideration sWerat ll the t e respective respeeti e situations of o such svehpieces sehpIecef suchpieces
pieces or parcels Is of Iud and the benefits benefitsthey helielllStHY beneessthey
they may severally receive from the ft fttaI8Iea txteeiea TE TEtcaolott
tcaolott of ColUBBbte Road as fereeeM aforesaidProvided fereeeMProvMed W WI
Provided that K l the tIl aggregate e aai aninene ea oi ofthe j II
I i ftSllat ftSllatl = = i
the beaeftts to be assessed as deterraiasd deterraiasdby
I by b eaid jury pursuant MIrs Rt to the prevtatoas Ke peet1smihereof I I1IereeC 4 4of
hereof III hem 1 o ehaK of the amount ouetoC
of the damages awarded for or and ia re respect reIpet re reupset ¬
upset of the htcil coadoaaaed ClNidp tbeCoiaaiic tbeCoiaaiicsteBers 1lt the omi omisioIters Comesisstoners
stoners of the District of CoiuaibJi s may mayin y yin yia
in their diacrettoB within thirty cajs after altertbe aftertilt afterthe
tilt filing of said awat a awari reject Ute award awardaad alnlrdaBtl awardand
and assessment a of said ill jury sad alt po poeeediage JI JIeeedill86 pseeedisp
eeediage hereunder shall be anti and voidMr YeiILlr void vsiLMr
Mr AlMa AU B held that t tate was a aroag wrong and aadMBstrous aMJlleUtrous andmonstrous
monstrous proposition ad was gotten up upby 111IIt upill
by Ute chairman of the committee flr Xr Me Me3ItliaJl Mc3itllaa tc tcMillaa
Millaa act became be wanted it it but Mati te tewhile inwhile
i while away the tine tf of tb tile Senate Se sad no notbe NIt NIttM askthe
the peer people of the t e District Distri of Cohmbja Cohmbjato C CIi
U there ever was a altpsknd pepndtisa pepndtisato pnt Tlf Tlfto
to rob property holders aaid Ji8 Ji8seetioa he tate tateseettoa sbtosection
section is OM OMXoiell oneNotices
Notices to La Land ml Owners OivncrxMr Own OwnersMr crt crtr <
Mr AlIB An n them read the third borden ot ottbe etI f fthe
I the bill bill which dt provides that whenever wtaaMwrtile te tethe Inthe
the jad JHcaeat eat of the court < it to toto into prn II IIte
to oo 5 so a copy of tile unties to atlaait 8UeBclNllrt atsenutconei atlaaitcourt
court shell n be served oa cuch property propertyholders eItyJioNeIs perty pertykeMets
holders as May y be found hi the District of ofHere ttCaI ofCelumids
CaI CaIhHere Celumids CelumidsHere
hHere Here la a alee trap did be it K pen joucaa J9tlea peneon
eon ea get et a man out ot tile District ricthear far a aia no noheirs
hear JCMI taR seine It his ia property JIf JIfu by byttoa bydamnation >
damnation ttoa and seed net servaaajr semn scttoc scttocci ICdIIIeJOe nettocegos
egos ci JOe n Mai unless you von fed like it This Is Isauccstitetieml Isccutlt1tieeal touncoustitetisual
auccstitetieml yet eat the Senator fzcv fzcvMlcklgaa mllddgaa bmMichigan
Michigan states that it was dratted br a adtatteguisbed adIaiafuisIted adtsciaguished
dtatteguisbed lawyer ia tile District t of Oo OohMBMa ee eeXot Csinmbi
hMBMa Xot the eUgbteet notice U rellKnd rellKnday maxdany rooi rrf rrfor
or any ay sign ign of a suauaoas The jury jurybe Y Ybe MHT MHTbe
be summoned tbe preeeedtag bad aDd the thewhole tilewhole thewhole
whole matter settled before the acaportv acaportvbolder JaC8HrtiltohIer propsctsholder
bolder knows anything about H It j jthe A AM dteIl dteIlUte shenithe
the latter baa BO o power to do aotJlhlg aotJlhlgTills antbingrbis aajtSi g gThis
This bill also provides for a jury y of ofsevea etMnB ofseven
seven men Now OW if you caB do away w hlYe whflee uthi uthiflve
lYe men oa a jury for the law throughout throughouttbe tbreetthe t1 t1t
the liMited States Is twelve twelveaad twelfeeaat twelvecant
cant you do away wish six lBO maand n nad
ad make sac e ana the tk jury jurylMr jlHJXr juryMr
Mr McMfllaa heM a brief briefwith briefwith det detwidi
with Mr Ir Allen aad then tbeatbe tlte sans sansthe bal baltile
tile object of Mr Alloas o ohave kmd kmdhave tG tGay
have ay the t e bill consolidating g HIll eenrailways street eltlktn streetrailways
railways n ia tile District of e Oa Oaback bia a alIedt ga gabeck
back to tbe calendar ealencarThis caleD4iarThis calendarThis
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