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Fair Fair tonight and tomor tomorrow ¬
row light westerly esterly winds windsNUMBER vin ls Ub it ngton Ui tm t THE MEDIUM MEDIUM BEST ADVERTISING ADVERTISINGMEDIUM ADVERTISINGl IN THE THECITY THECITY
< CITY OF WASHINGTON WASHINGTONMONDAY W I INUMBER
NUMBER 3186 ASHINGTON V MONDAY MARCH 2 1903 PRICE ONE CENT
WILLIAM R DAY NOW NOWON NOWON NOWInducted
ON SUPREME BENCH BENCHInducted BENCHInducted BENCHWILLIAM
Inducted Into Office in Presence of a Most Distinguished DistinguishedGathering DistinguishedGatheringCourt DistinguIshedGatheringCourt
Gathering GatheringCourt Court Then Proceeds
Justice William llUam R Day succeeding succeedingJustice succeedingJUstice
Justice George Shims jr was Inducted InductedInto InductedInto
Into office as an Associate Justice of the theSupreme
Supreme Court of the United States to today todAy today ¬
day In the presence of a crowd of mem members members ¬
bers ot the bar and visitors which which filled fill d
line the historic chamber to overflowing The TheRth Thetoath
toath Rth which differs dltrcr from that usually
taken by officials In that he swears to do doxact doeX1
eX1 exact xact t justice
between rich and poor poorWithout poorwithout poorwlthout
Without fear or favor was administered
by Clerk McKenney lcKenne The new ne Justice Justiceappeared JUsticeappeared
appeared with his
associates taking a aaeat alleat
seat beside the clerk while the prelimi preliminary prollmlnary ¬
nary formalities were enacted enactedChief ennotedChieC
Chief Justice Puller announced to the thePOISONED thePOISONED
POISONED HERSELF HERSELFCLINGING IISLLNG1N
CLINGING LNG1N TO A AROSE AROSEIrih ROSE ROSEInhales ROSElriTh
Inhales lriTh les es Chloroform Fumes FumesWfih Fumesn FumesW FumesWfthFlowers
n
Wfih W WfthFlowers fh Flowers Scent ScentNEW ScentNEW ScentNEW
NEW YORK March Iarch 2 2Holdlng Holding a awhite awhlt awIiit
white whlt rose in one hand and using tho thoother thoother
other to prosij pros to her nose a cloth satu saturated saturllted ¬
rated with cloroform Mrs Charlotte CharlotteVelln
Welington Velln on of o Haddenfleld died yester yesterday yesterIn ¬
day In under the Influence In uence of the deadly deadl deadldrug
drug She was found by a servant In InJior Inllrr
Jior room at the boarding house of ofThomas orThomas
Thomas S Toung oung 223 23 East Main Street StreetOn StreetOJ
On OJ a table near by written in a flrm flrmll
liand ll arei r qn Q11cJlcateIY delicately scented paper was w s a anote anoto
note 11 toInebieh In which hch Is found the only known knownreason knownrea80nfortho
reason rea80nfortho for the suicide The note reads readsI readsam
I am the last member of a distin dlstlnJl11phed distingpished ¬
guished family left so alone that I am amtired amtired
tired of life Will you kindly see that thatiny thatmy
my remains Are decently buried I en enclose enJOS8 enJose ¬
close Jose money to pay expenses My Iy
clothes give to the poor poorCHARLOTTE
CHARLOTTE WELINGTON WELINGTONIt
It p S SPlease Please keep this as quiet as aspossible as1I05Slb
possible possibleNear 1I05Slb 1I05SlbNcar
Near the note was a picture of the thedead thedead thedead
dead womans womans mother so placed that It Itwas Jt1Vasprob itwas
1Vasprob was probably bI the last object she gazed gazedupon gaz gazedupOn d dupon
upon Enclosed Ec l s d In an envelope was wastlflt I1s 75 75the 5 5anc1
anc1 ft goJfwatoh golwatch golwatchtho
1 R I tl1f Wtrs ingtor r s
the life otTa 0 otegay 4gaT fiay gathering at the Young Youngresidence Youngrcaldence Youngresidence
residence She did not retire to obex obexTcom 4jerrcom her herrcom
rcom until nearly midnight She Sh did didi d did2ot d d110f
i 110f ot appear ppear depressed depressedWhen depleuedhen depxessedWhen
When hen she failed to toappear appear at break breakftst breakftst breakftst
ftst a servant knocked knock knocki at her room roomdoor roomt1oor roon roondoor
door Receiving no noanswer answer she opened openedthe openedtbe openedthe
the door which was wasunlockedand unlocked and found foundMis foundrIrs foundMrs
Mrs Welln Vellnhton ton lying on the floor dead deadJife de dead12fe d dJlre
Jife had probably been extinct for some somehours somehours somehours
hours hoursThe hourslhe
The news of the suicide of Mrs Irs Wcl WclIngton WalInston WelIngton
Ington quickly spread and was a shock shockto ahockt shockt3
to t > the many persons In the town who whoknew whoknew whoknew
knew her her1iJ1
1iJ1 herT T JjJiten 1fiton wa was 42 4 years 0 old oldShe Hi HiEhl1ad
She Ehl1ad bad had formerly f rmorly ri rly TesidcdafAIbany TesldedLt Albany and andBoston andBoston andBoston
Boston In which cities she had relatives relativeswho rolatlvesIo rolat1eswho
who Io died diedin in the last few years yearsTHEY yearsTHEY j jTHEY
THEY DO DOSAY SAY SPIRITS SPIRITSDISLIKE SPIRITSDISLIKE SPIRITSDISLIKEREPORTERS
DISLIKE DISLIKEREPORTERS DISLIKEREPORTERSThose REPORTERS REPORTERSThose
Those Who Know Declare They Are AreBashful AreBashful i
Bashful When Wh n Scribes Are Near NearPHILADELPHIA NearPI11LMLPH1A j jPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA March 2 2Thc 2ThcAmerloan 2TheAmerloan The TheAmerican
Amerloan Branch of the Society for forPsychical forPjhl forPsjhicul
Psychical Pjhl l Research which meets on the theflrst lheflrsL theflrst
flrst Sunday In each month for the pur purpoHo purP080 purpose
pose of investigating alleged supernatu supernatural 5u supernaturl rnatu rnatur ¬
ral r happenings spiritualism and kin kindred kInIred kindred ¬
< dred < subjects held an executive mooting mootinglast mocUnglast meetinglast
last night at the home of a member m bcr of ofthe ofthe 01the
the society In Poplar oplar Street StreetJust StroetJust StreetJust
Just Just what subject was tinder investi investigation InvesLIgntlon investigation ¬
gation oould not bo learned Members Membersof lI Membersof om bus busor
of the society were not communicative communicativeand
and all except members were excluded excludedAt excludl1dAt
At the last st monthly meeting a man who whoposed I Iposed
posed osed as a reformed medium oxplaiNod oxplaiNodsome oxplalNud8ome explaisodsome
some tricks which ho said JSa said d were ere prac practiced pr prtlced pra praticed ¬ I
ticed by mediums it wassald was Bald that this thisalleged thisalleged thisalleged
alleged exposition led several SQ al modtam modtamto modhanuJto
to volunteer to give seances sean s before the thosociety thf thfzsoclGtT thesociety
society last night nightTheir nightTheir nightTheir
Their performance rformance was giiton as a rea reason reason reason ¬
son for excluding the nevranfepar new glfn per report reportera repor reporers reportcr5
era It being explained that the he prosoaoe prosoaoeof presoaQeot presoneeof
of reporters might cause tfce t e spirits to tobecome tobecome tobecome
become bashful bashfulWEATHERINDICAffIONS i iWEATHER i iWEATHER
WEATHER WEATHERINDICAffIONS INDICATIONS INDICATIONSFnlr
l
Fnlr weather is indicated for toniRUt toniRUtand tonbhtand thuighland L
and Tuesday TuesdayJn in all parts olf c tho Wash Washington WaahInldon WashIngton ¬
ington forecast district districtThe districtThe districtThe
The temperature changes changesj will 111 be un unimportant unImportant unImportant ¬
important importantThe ImportantT1ll ImportantThci
The T1ll winds on the south jAtlantlo Atlantic and andthe andeaJIt anc ancaet
eaJIt aet Gulf coast will Oorilln oofltint fresh from fromtho fronthe
the northeast on tho middle mld le Atlantic AtlanticStates AtlanticStates AtlanticSthtes
States light to frolh westerly westerl winds Inds will willprevail willpreval willprevail
prevail prevalII 0 0TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE TaMPERATWIEisain I
9 isain isain12m a m 33 1
12 12m TO 41 I
1 lpm p m n u A 48 48Sun 43THE I II
THE SU SUSun SUN SUNSun
Sun sots today todaySun 11 p m mSun mSun
Sun rlss tomorrow tomorrowTIDE ft34 31arn 31arnTIDE a in inTIDETABIE
TIDE TIDETABIE TIDETABIEHigh TABfcE TABfcEHigh TAB E EIUgh
High tide today 10j4 lD 4 p m mLou mLo rnLow
Lou Lo tide today > 4 4 4as p m mHigh mHhh inHigh
High tide Ud tomorrowlt47 h hi1igp2 am ll p2 pm pmLow prnLdOW m mLow
Low tide tomorrow tomorrow448 4is amtf a am m Sttgs 5 pm pmi pmI
0
i
I
members m mo embers of the bar that William R It Day
of o f Ohio who
had been appointed to a ascat as
scat s ent al on that bench was present and andready andready andeady
ready r to take the oath oathClerk oathClcrk oathClerk
Clerk McKenney read his commission commissionand commissionnnd
and a nd the new Justice read the oath In a aflrin afirm arm
firm fi rm clear tone and followed It by kiss kissIng kissIng kissg
Ing la g the he Bible upon which he made the thedeclaration thede theeolaration
declaration de d laraUon So holp me God evidently e evidentlyo ldently
to t o the surprise of the clerk clerkTho clerkThe clerkThe
The court and audience still standing standingarshal
Marshal M arshal Wright escorted Justice Day to tohis tohis tois
his h is place at the oxtreme left of the
bench b ench where he was welcomed by Jus Ju ¬
tice t ics White to his scat This ended the thoceremony theceremony
ceremony c and the business of the court courtproceeded courtproceeded courtroceeded
proceeded proceededNNA proceededI p
I HANNA NNA NOT MOTTO TO APPEAL APPEALIN APPEALIN
IN OR DRUMS M8 BEHALF BEHALFRequest BEHALFRequest BEIIALFRequest
Request of Negros Friend FriendMet Friend5l
Met l et With Refusal RefusalSenator RefusalSenator
Senator Hanna has been appealed to toby toby toy
by b y friends of Dr W D Crum the negro negronamed negronamed negroamed
named n amed to be collector of the
nC port at atCharleston atCbarleston atharleston
Charleston C S C to demand a record recordvote recordvote L
vote v ote In the Senate on the question of ofthe ofthe 01he
the t he confirmation of the nomination nominationHe nomfnatIonHe nominationHe
He has refused the request on the theground theground
ground g round that all of the remaining time timeof tImeot tlmcf u
of o f the session must be devoted to the theconsideration theconsldetatlon theonsLdeitlon
consideration c onsLdeitlon of matters ot o much great greater greater ¬
e er r national importance and that such sucha suchmotion suo1motion
a motion on his part would result In Indelay fndelay Inelay
delay d elay through a Democratic filibuster filibusteragainst filibusterfgalnst filibustergainst
against the nomination nominationSenators nominationSenators nominationSenators
Senators Tillman and Clay have de decided decided deWed ¬
cided o Wed to prevent a vote on the nomina nomination DomJnat1Qn DOminain ¬
tion t in and it remains now to be seen seenwhether zseenwhether seenwhether
whether the President will make good goodhis goodhis L Lis
his h is threat to reappolnt Crum In case casethe casethe casehe
the t he Senate Senaternlled failed to act upon the ad adverse adcrse aderse ¬
verse v erse report of the Commerce Commit Committee Committee Commitee ¬
tee teeUR teeI t ee
U UMR
I
MR PARKERS CONDITION CONDITIONSblGHTLY CONDITIONSbI
SblGHTLY SbI 8LIGHTLYIMPROV 8LIGHTLYIMPROVStricken HTlY IMPROVED IMPROVEDStricken H PROVEO PROVEOStricken I
Stricken Clothing Merchant Resting RestingEasily RestingEasily RestiniEasily
Easily at Emergency Hospital HospitalThe HospitalTbe HospitalThe
The condition of Harry B Parker Parkersenior Park Parkersenior r rsenior
senior member of the firm of Parker ParkerBridget ParkerBridget ParkerBridget
Bridget Co who ho was admitted to t the theEmergency theI th i iEm
I Emergency Em rgency Hospital Saturday night suf suffering su suterlng suZerlng ¬
fering f with stroke of apoplexy Is report reported reported reported ¬
ed improved by the physicians today todayHe todayHe todayHe
He Is still critically ill mhowever however al although although nIthough ¬
though more hopes are entertained at atpresent atpresent w wpresent
present for his his recovery recover than at any anytIme anyime
time t since he was stricken strickenSave strlckonSave strickonSave
Save thIs his slight Improvement there therehave therehave therchave
have been no further developments In Inthe Intbe h I Ithe
the case casePRESIDENT casePRESIDENT casePRESIDENT
PRESIDENT RESENTS RESENTSSUGGESTION RESENTSSUGGESTION
SUGGESTION OF DEAL PEALHotes DEALHolts EAL EALHolts U
Holts Appointment Due to New York YorkBars YorkBars Yor k kBars
Bars Wishes WishesPresident WishesPresident WishesPresident
President Roosevelt is angered by the thereport thereport th e ereport
report that a deaf was made between betweenSenator botweenSenator n nSenator
Senator Platt and himself by which whichtwo whichtwo whic h htwo
two or three assistant a8I tant appraisers appraisersof 3 3of
of merchandise e at New York were wereto were wereto war a ato
to be b removed In consideration con hleratlon of ofMr oCIr c f fMr
Mr Ir Platts consent to the appointment appointmentof t tof
of the Presidents choice for federal dis district district dietrict ¬
trict judge In Now York The statement statementthat statemontthat t tthat
that this deal or any other has boon beODmade bee boonmade a amade
made is Indignantly denied deniedIt deoledIt deniedit
It was said officially today that thatGeorge the t tGeorge
George C Holt would be appointed to tothe totile t 0 0the
the additional federal judgeship Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Platt also said that be bad ac acquIOBcefi acquloJiOe acquiosceb
quIOBcefi quloJiOe In the th proposed appointment of ofMr oCMr a f fMr
Mr Holt although his hi eaadidatc for the theplace theplaoQ th e eplace
place had been Lynn Bruce BruceMr DrvceIr BruceMr
Mr Ir Platt denied moat emphatically emphaticallythat tmphaUcallythat y ythat
that there had been any arrangement arrangementwith arrangemont1Uh arrangemonwith
with the President by which the U0 cU cUml88 dSemissat < U0mlssal
mlssal ml88 < 11 of throe assistant aeelzt nt appraisers appratsorsat appratsorsatNew at atNew a t tNew
New York was made the condition of ofwithdrawing ofwlthdraJng o f fwithdrawing
withdrawing opposition oppoltlon to Mr Holts Holtsappointment Holt Holtappointment 5 5appointment
appointment to the Jadgoablp jUd e bl He de declared dttclared ¬
clared that his willingness to aoqultwaa aoqultwaaIn aoquieeeIn a
In the appointment of Holt and the thesidetracking theIIldetracklng Hi C Csidetracking
sidetracking of Bruees candidacy was wasbrought wasbrougbt wa 5 5brought
brought about wholly by b the evident evidentfact evidentCaot t tfact
fact that Holt was the Choice of 0 the theNew theNew Hi 0 0if
New York bar and leading citizens of ofthe o othe cthe if
the city and State of Now York H Hhad lIe lIehad S Shad
had never he said entertained any do decided doclded docided ¬
cided objection to Holts candidacy candidacythat oandldacythat
that is his objections were not based basedon ba8edon base baseon d
on radical grounds groundsCONSULS groUndsCOrSULS groundsCONSULS
CONSULS DECORATED FOR FORAID FORAID FORAID
AID IN CHECKING REBELLION REBELLIONHONGKONG REBELLIONHONGKONG REBELLIOHONGKONO
HONGKONG March Iarch 2 2It It is reported reportedthat reportEtlthat reports it itthat
that the viceroy at Canton has tele telegraphed telegraphed ¬
graphed to Pokin asking ask I ng the Dowagor DowagorEmpress DowagorEmprflIs r
Empress to decorate the governor of ofHongkong ofHongkong f
Hongkong and the British Brlt1 h and German Germanconsuls Germanconsuls n
consuls at Canton for their services in inchecking Incbecklng I a
checking the recent rebellion and that thatshe thatshe thu thushe L I
she has consented to do so soThe soThe soThe
The Fronoh expect to run two largn largnsubsidized larg largubsldlzed l lsubsidized
subsidized steamers between Hongkong Hongkongand Honglronand
and Canton next autumn Thevqssels at atpresent atpresent a apresent t
present employed in this service will be betransferred betr h e etransfeired
transferred tr nfeqed to the CantonWuohow Cfinton uohow line
AGREEMENT REAGHED REAGHEDON REAIIEEll1
ON FORTIFICATIONS FORTIFICATIONSConferee FllTIFWATION8Conferees
Conferees Concur on Appro Appropriation Appropriation Appropriation ¬
priation Bill BillCIVIL BillCIVIL BillIVIL
CIVIL C IVIL BILL WILL COME UP UPAdjustment UPAdjustment UPdjustment
Adjustment A of Differences Pertaining Pertainingto
to Postoffice and Agricultural Bills BillsMay BinsM3y BillsMay
May Also Be Reached ReachedThe ReachedThe ReachedThe
The conferees on the fortifications np npproprlation p pproprlaUon
proprlation p bill reached an agreement agreementthis agreementthis agreementhis
this t his morning and tho sundry civil bill billwill billwill bIllill
will w ill probably be disposed of in a similar similarmanner similarmannor similarmanner
manner during the day dayThe da daThe dayThe
The Postoffice and Agricultural bills billsare billsarc billsre
are a re also In lair fair way for an adjustment adjustmentof
of o f tho differences difMrences between the two twohouses hiohouses twaouses
houses h ouses No trouble is expected with re regard regard reard ¬
gard g ard to the general deficiency bill as no nounusual nounusual nonusual
unusual u amendments have been added by bythe bythe byhe
the t he Senate except tho appropriation for forthe torthe forhe
the t he Department of Commerce upon uponwhich uponwhich uponwhich
which the House committee has already alreadyagreed alreadyagrced airoadygreed
agreed a
Fight on Bill BillTho BillTho BillThe
Tho mcst serious complication Is over overthe overtho
the t he naval bill the differences on n the size sizeand sizeand sizcnd u
ta
and a nd number of new battleships author authorIzed authorIzed authcraed
Ized l being apparently irreconcilable The Theconferees Theoonfercus I
conferees c lc lI hold a session last ast night last lastIng lastIng lastng
Ing I ng until after midnight and were at it itagain ItaJroln II IIagain
again this morning morningMost lIlornlngIost
Most Iost of tho minor details in dls dlsgreomont dlsasreemont disagreement
agreement asreemont wore disposed of and the bat battleship battleship batSheship ¬
tleship t question Quostlon was discussed at length lengthwith lengthwith lengthwith
with no signs of an agreement in sight sightThe sightThe sightThe
The conferees will meet again this aft afternoon Afternoon ¬
ernoon and tonight No doubt Is felt feltbut feltbut fellbut I
but that some sort of a conclusion will willbe willbe wit I Ibe
be reached eventually and that the bill billwill billwill L Lwill
will booonie a law before final adjourn adjournment adjournment adjournmoat ¬
ment mentENGLAND mentENGLAND moatENGLAND
ENGLAND REJECTS CHILEAN CHILEANAND CHILEANAND CHILEANAND
AND ARGENTINE WARSHIPS WARSHIPSLONDON WARSHIPSLONDON WARSHIPSLONDON
LONDON March 2 2In In the house of ofcommons orcommons ol r
commons today Prime Minister Bal Balfour Balfour Balfour
four announced that the government bad baddecided hLddecided I
Ii
decided that the Chilean and Argentine Argentinewarships Argentinewarships Argentlnwarships i
warships now under construction in inEurope InEurope ii i
Europe and offered for sale were not notsuitable notsuitable noi noiauitnble I
suitable to British Brltls needs needsUNKNOWN needsUNKNOWN needsUNKNOVYN
UNKNOWN BARK GOES GOESDOWN GOESDOWN
DOWN WITH YIU I ALL iNl iNlStrikes R Xth bS1 bS1Strik 1
Xtht
Strik Strikes s on Cornwall Coast and Sinks at atOnce at atOnceNo a aO t
Once OnceNo O ceNo No Trace of Crew CrewLONDON CrewLO CrewLONDON
LONDON LO DON March M rch 2 2111e The gale which whichswept whichsweptthe whichswept
swept sweptthe the EngUeh coast for a week past pastcarrying pastcarrYing pastcarrying
carrying death and aac disaster dl Mer in Its train traincontinues traincontinuos traincontInuo
continues unabated unabatedA
A dispatch from rom Penzance Cornwall Cornwalltoday COrnwaltOda Cornwalltoday
today tOda states that
an unknown bark wall wajwrecked wallTooked walsTeoked
wrecked near there last night and andthat andthatall that thatall tha t talt
all on < n board boardwent ard went down dow with her herA herA herA
A lifeboat attempted to reach the Yes Yessol roeaol os
sol but the latter
sank almost as soon soonas soonI 2
I as she struck and mid
ne trace of her crow crowcould crowcould ere ur urcould
could be bl found foundOLD roundIOLD foundiOLD
IOLD OLD SOLDIERS IN OFFICE OFFICEHOT OFFICENOT
HOT NOT TO TUBE BE DISTURBEDSecretary DISTURBED DISTURBEDSecretary I ISecretary t
Secretary Hitchcock Says Positions of ofVeterans ofVeterans o f fVeterans
Veterans Are Secure SecureThe Secuep SecueThe
p 1 1The
The ojd Od soldiers In Government
em employ employ employ ¬
ploy will not be disturbed through the tb 0
Introduction of younger men as clerics clerIc S
In the Interior Department said Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary Hitchcock today on leaving the Ui
White hlte House offices after a conference conferencewith conCerencewith conferoncwith
with the President
This remark was wasmade wasmade iva ivamade
made In reaponue re pon e to a Query regarding rogardin
the effect of Comm18 CommbMlener
loner Wares
ares re recent recent rocent ¬
cent order ordvr fn n the Peosiaa Office OI ce taking takin
in thirtynine young ouog lawyers and five dv ve
doctors as part of the office om e force forceThe forcej
The j action of CommlnsIOner Commt sltk1er I
Ware are la launderstood IsunderstoOd I a aunderstood
understood to have been taken within withi n
the limits of his own
responsibility re p nslblllty as a S
the head k ad of the
Pension Office
and not notas notas no t tas
as an Administration measure measureSATURDAY m meagurSATURDAY a ure ureSATURDAY
SATURDAY NIGHT FRACAS FRACASTERMINATES PRACASTERnnNATES
TERMINATES DISASTROUSLY DISASTROUSLYWith DISASTROUSLWith r
With Vlth a bullot wound directly
over the thebeart theheart
heart Frank Bowen colored lies at the
Garfield Hospital In
a precarious con condltloft condition ¬
dition baring been perhaps mortally mortall mortallI
I wounded In I a fl fight bt with JJ Upton ton Clagett Clagettalso Clagetti Clagettalso
i also colored st Roekvllle
Saturday Saturdayn Saturdaynight
n nt night nightDowen Kht KhtBowen ht htDowfn
Bowen is I reported as somewhat better bettertoday bettertoday bettertoday
today but his condition Is still critical criticalhas
It has been Impossible
so far to
ox oxtract cxtract x xtract
tract the bull which
ledged In the
mus muscles muselos mugcbs ¬
cbs of his hi back Ciagott wa was captured capturedyetord capturedyestorday capturedyeterday
yetord yestorday y morning morningThe mornIngThQ morningThe
The shooting was the result of
a quar quarrel quarrol quarvol ¬
rel between Cls Clagett < < ett and Bawons sister sisterto sisterto
to to whom the prisoner has boen
paying payingattention paln palnalteotfon payingattention
attention for some time The three bo bocame bocame became
came Involved In a heated discussion in intho Intho inthe
tho store of David H Warfield and while whllostill whilestilt bllo bllostilI
still wrangling the men left the place placetogether plneetogcth placetogether
together togcth r On reaching the street the
lIght was carried on with more vigor vigorand vigorand
and came to termination only when
Cla Ciagett < < Itt drew a revolver and fired point
blank at his opponent opponentWhile opponentVbllc opponentWhilu
While the frightened onlookers hasten hastened ha8t n ncd ¬
ed t to the wounded mans assistance
ClngsU made bis hi escape oacipo Ho was not
found until 3 oclock tho next morning
when a as searching party parL discovered him
hiding fn fnthe the cellar of Lo Lee Offutta resi ¬ I
dence I
INDEX TO TODAYS TIMES TIMESi TIMESIExtra TiM 3 3iExtra
i IExtra Extra Session of Senate SenateJudge SenateJudge SenateJudge
Judge Day Takes Oath OathVeterans OathVeterans OathVeterans
Veterans Not to Be Disturbed Disturbed2The DisturbedsThe
2 2The The Burdick Murder Mystery 1rlystery3Five Mystery3Five
3 3Five Five Enterprises Incorporated Incorporated4Congratulations Incorporated4Congratulations
4 4Congratulations for Mr rIr Macfarland MacfarlandsBasebaJJ Macfarland5Baseball
5 sBasebaJJ Baseball Racing and Other Sports SportsEvents SportsEvents SportsEvents
Events in Alexandria Alexandria6Editorials Alexandria6Editorials
6 6Editorials 6EditorialsMarquise 6EditorialsMarquise Editorials EditorialsMarquise
Marquise de Fontenoy FontcnoyPolitical FontenoyPoJitical FontenoyPolitical
Political Gossip Gossip71n Gossip7In
7 71n In Societys Realm RealmHeard RealmHeard RealmHeard
Heard in Hotel Corridors Corrld rs rs8The rsSThe
8 8The The Government Departments D DepartmentsgTrade partment partmentgTrade
9 gTrade Trade With Porto Port Rico RicoWith Ri RicoWith o oWith
With the Railroads Railroadszo RailroadsloFinance RailroadsoFinance
zo loFinance t Finance and Commerce Commerce2Funeral Comthcrce2Funeral
12 1 2Funeral Funeral of Mrs MrsH M A A Fletcher FletcherNews FletcherNews FletcherNews
News of Georgetown GeorgetownMEMBERS GeorgetownMEMBERS
MEMBERS OF OF8EATEAD SENMD SENMDHOUSE SENATE AND ANDHOUSE
HOUSE AT WHITE HOUSE HOUSERepresentative HOUSER llOSERepresentativegoner
Representative R Representativegoner presentative Wiig Wagoner ner In Introduced I Introduced n ntroduced ¬
troduced by Gdlleaaue GdlleaaueSenatorelect lleague lleagueiiI JteagueSenatorelect
i iiI iiISenatorelect
Senatorelect LevI kAnkeny A Q9Y of Wash Washington WasbIngton Washiigton ¬
ington I was Introduced introduced4 tothe t the President Presidentat Presidentthe
at the White House HOU8 1frimc offices s today by bySenators bySonators bySenators
Senators Foster F ster and TUrneri T er r He suc sucT succeeds succeeds sueoeds
T
ceeds c the latter latterSenator
f fI j >
Senator Dopew DopewcaldfearLy called cal1td r early arll upon pon the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President regarding an nny appointment appointmentSenator sppolntmentSenator appointmentSenator
Senator Burrows had a a conference onercnce with withtho withtho withhe
tho t he President as a did I Senator enator Dilllng Dilllngham Dillingbarn I Iham
ham of Vermont VermontSenatorelect VermontSenatorelect VermontSenatorelect
Senatorelect Heyburn of Idaho paid paidhis paidhls paidhis
his respects r spects to the President PresidentJudge Pi PresIdentJudge 81 nt ntJUdge
Judge William R Rj Da lately ad advanced advanced advanced ¬
vanced to the United States t cs Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court to succeed Justce Justice 1ustceShlras Shiras paid paidhis paidhis paidhis
his respects to the President Priis den this morn mornIng mornIng mornag
Ing l ag
Representative Wagoner Wagon roC r of St Louis Louiswho Louisho Louiswho
who ho was given the Twelfth Tw irth district scat scatin S seatn Dt DtIn
in i n the Houso last weekvthrough wee hrough the un unseating unseating unseating ¬
seating of Representative Representa Representative lve Butler was wasa wasa wasa
a caller at the While yltc House offices this thisIn thismornln thismornin
mornln WIe Ke was 1 Inoducid 1t U d by Rep Rcpreaen Represeaut1veJoy
reaen reseaut1veJoy iUve Joy or S St4uis St4uisMr uls ulsMr
Mr Wagoner regre regretha llha the action actionIn actionhs
In his QRSC ase should have ha bav4icL td d tp the till fillbusteflng tIllbuitaiing
busteflng 1tit rl g which wht h the Democrats amocrnt havi bavo in indulged IndUlged indulged ¬
dulged In at each ea ll session l5es l n i 0 > r Y the Ui ITouHe ITouHesince Ho 6iTh 6iThsince 3 3slnce
since but naturally does not not think the theresponsibility theresponslbIlltY theesponsibility
responsibility r lies with the tho Republicans RepublicansONE RepublicansONE RepublicansONE
ONE YOUNG LAWYER LAWYERDECLINES LAWYERUECINESTHE LAIYYERIIEC1NESTHE
DECLINES UECINESTHE THE OFFER OFFERThree OFPERThree OFFERThree
Three of Commissioner r Wares Ap Appointees Appointees Appointees ¬
pointees Report Nevertheless NeverthelessThree Neverthelessi NeverthelessThree
i
Three of the th young copyists recently recentlyappointed recenUyappointed recentlyappointed
appointed by Commissioner Ware re reported rerorted reorted ¬
ported orted at the Pension Office this morn morning mlrnrng marning ¬
ing for service sen Ice and a number of the theother theother theother
other appointees appolnte 8 have written that th t they theywill tboywHl theywill
will arrive in Washington in a short shorttime shorttime shorttime
time Only one of the thirtyfour young younglawyers younglawyers oung ounglawYf3rs
lawyers appointed baa Informed tho Pen Pension Pen810n Pension ¬
sion Office officiate that he will not ac accept accept accapt ¬
cept tho position positionThe positlonThe Joslt1on Joslt1onTho
The appointments became effective effectiveMarch erIQlJthcIarcb effectiveMarch
March 1 and a reasonable time will be beallowed beallowed beallowed
allowed for their acceptance The eligi eligible elIgible eUgible ¬
ble Hat contains the names of near nearlY 100 100more 100more 100more
more young lawyers so thoro will UI be no nodifficulty nodifficulty nodifficulty
difficulty In filling the places of mon who whorefuse whorefuse whorefuse
refuse the 900 positions As soon as asthe af3the a athe
the Civil Service Commissioners Comml slonots com complete complote complate ¬
plate the marking of the papers of men menwho menwho menwho
who took the medical examinations a anumber anumber anumber
number of additional medical clerks will willbe willbe willbe
be named by Commissioner Ware WareTHUGS WareTHUGS arc arcTHUGS
THUGS PAY DEAR FOR FORSALOON FORSALOON FORSALOONPISTOL
SALOON SALOONPISTOL PISTOL DUELOpen DUEL DUELOpen DUELOpen
Open Fire When Refused Free Drinks Drinksand Drinksand Drinksand
and Are Both Shot ShotCHICAGO ShotCHICAGO ShotCHICAGO
CHICAGO March 2 2Rofused Refused credit creditfor oredltfor creditfor
for liquor in the saloon of John ohn Griffin GriffinChicago GrlmnChlcago GriffinChicago
Chicago Avenue at 2 oclock this morn morning mornIng mornlug ¬
ing Tom Gallagher and Joe Driscoll Driscollboth Driscollboth Driacollboth
both said to be exconvicts opened fire
on Barkecpor Edward Baynos The lat latter latter hatter ¬
ter returned shot for shot with deadly deadlyeffect dendlyoffect deadlyeffect
effect Gallagher received porhap a amortal amortal amortal
mortal wound wo nd In the abdomen while whileDriscoll whileDriscoll whileDriacoll
Driscoll was shot in the shoulder shoulderThe shoulilerThe shoulderThe
The battle continued until all three threemen threeJDen threemen
men were in the strot and the police policearrived polleenrrlvel1 policearrived
arrived Baynes D ynfJ8 was wa uninjured uninjuredSeveral lInlnJur uninjuredSeveral d dSevornl
Several persons in the saloon at the thetime thetlme thetinie
time tlme narrowly escaped death in the theshower theshower theshower
shower of o bullets bulletsPAINTERS bulletElPAINTERS bulletsPAINTERS
PAINTERS UNION GIVES UP UPITS UPITS UPITS
ITS ANTIMILITIA FIGHT FIGHTSCHBNECTADY FIGHTSCHENECToDY FIGHTSCHENECTIDY
SCHBNECTADY N Y March 2 2The 2ThePotter 2ThePotter The ThePotter
Potter case brd b lird d been settled by the thfcPainters th thpnlnters thePainters
Painters pnlnters Union abandoning abandonln its position positionand positionand positionand
and William Potter will be allowed to togo togoto go goto goto
to work as a union painter and at the thesame thesame thesame
same tlmo remain a member of the mi milita militia mllitla
lita litaThs litiaThe litlaThe
The agreement was ns reached at a con conference CODcrencc conferenco ¬
ference crencc between a delegation from the tboPainters thePainters thePainters
Painters Union a n a committee from th thBuilders the thoBulhlers theBuilders
Builders Exchange and First Vice VicePresident VIcEPresldont VicePresident
President Hedrick of the International InternationalPaintors IntornatlonalPalntors InternationalPainters
Painters Union UnionHodrlpk UnionHodrf UnionHedriek
Hodrlpk Hodrf k told the local painters that thatthe thaIthe thatthePotter
the thePotter Potter case had injured the organiza organization organization organization ¬
tion more than anything a ythlng that could hap happen happcn happento ¬
pen pento to it and must be settled
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT CALLS CALLSAN CALLSAN CALLSAN
AN EXTRA SESSION OF SENATE
REPUBLICANS PLAN TO TOSTOP TOSTOP TOSTOP
STOP FILIBUSTERING FILIBUSTERINGWould FILIBUSTERINGWould 1LL1BUSTERtNWould
Would Prevent All Unneces Unnecessary Unnecessary Unnecessary ¬
sary RoHCalls RoHCallsTo
To further expedite the transaction of ofbusiness orbusiness ofbusiness
business in the House and to prevent preventunnecessary prevc prcvcntnnecessary t tunnecessary
unnecessary u rollcalls the Committee Committeeon
on Rules has agreed to report the fol following following folowing ¬
lowing l order of procedure for the re remainder remainder renainder ¬
mainder i of the session sessionResolved sessionResolved sessionResolved
Resolved That Immediately upon the theadoption theadoption theadoption
adoption of f this order or at any time timethereafter timethereafter timehereafter
thereafter t the Speaker may maylay lay before beforethe berorethe beforethe
the House the bill to regulate the Im Immigration Immigration iramigration ¬
migration of aliens into the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States now on the Speakers table and andthe andthe andthe
the Senate amendments thereto having havingTjeen havingread havingbeen
been read the question shall be at once oncetaken oncotaken oncetaken
taken without debate or Intervening Interveningmotion Interveningmotion interveningmotion
motion on the following question Will Willthe WIIIthe Willthe
the House disagree d gree to said amendments amendmentsen
en bloc and ask a conference with the theSenatef theSenate theSenate
Senatef Senate And If J this motion motion shall hall be bodecided bedecided bedecided
decided In the affirmative the Speaker Speakershall Spe Speakershall ker kershall
shall at once appoint conferees without withoutthe withoutthe withoutthe
the Introduction of any motion It tho thoHouse thoHouse theHouse
House shall decide the motion In the thenegative thenegative thenegative
negative the effect of said vote shall shallbe shallbe shallbe
be to agree to said amendments amendmentsAnd amendmentsAnd amendmentsAnd
And further That for the remainder remainderof
of this session whenever a conference conferencereport conferencereport conferencereport
report shall shali have been presented and androad nndrood abelroad
road there shall be ten minutes of de debate debate dobate ¬
bate and at the end of that time the theprevious theprevious theprevious
previous question shall be considered consideredas
as ordered on agreeing to said report
DAUGHTERS jGllRS WOULDpRESERVE WOULD YiOIILOSee
PRESERVE BLOCKHOUSE BLOCKHOUSESee
See President Concerning ConcerningFort ConcerningFort ConcerningFort
Fort Duquesne Duquesne3Itsrihiyr
4 r Jt JtMts
3Itsrihiyr Mts t I1UY Uj irtf t 1t fr o ot the hePonnsylvanl hePonnsylvanldi Pennsylvania TaansylvanlaIdnaForl Pennsylvaniadn
IdnaForl di l fliitr r iniroHuofdlS Hi rdl the n President this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning a delegation of Plttsburg mem members members inemheirs ¬
bers of the Daughters Daughtersof of the American AmericanRevolution AmerlcanRevolution AmericanRevolution
Revolution who wished to bring to hisattention his hisattention I Iattention
attention the threatened destruction of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the blockhouse at Fort Duquesne which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the Daughters are anxious to preserve preserveA preserveA
A picture of the historic place was wasshown wasshown is isshown
shown the President and a reqeust was wasmade vasmade wasmade
made that when ho visits Plttsburg Plttsburgagain Plttsburggaln Pittsburggaln
again galn he Inspect the site personally personallyAn personallyAn
An interesting fact was brought out in inconnection inconnection Inconnection
connection with the talk about the old oldfort oldtort oldfort
fort In the Presidents book The TheWinning ThoVlnnlng TheWinning
Winning of the West est he speaks at atlength atlength atlength
length of Fort Duquesne but he told his hiscallers hiscallers hiscallers
callers he was under the impression that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the famous relic of that period had been beendestroyed beendestroyed beendestroyed
destroyed The Daughters told him that thaibusiness thatbusiness thatbusiness
business had threatened the destruction destructionof destrucU m moC
of the fort 1 1It but that they had preserved preservedIt
It Those in the party were Mrs Mellon Mellonvice MelIcarice IellcnIce
vice Ice president of the national board boardMrs boardlrs boardMrs
Mrs lrs McKnlght Mrs Irs Nlmmick Mrs MrsWilliam MrsIlilam MrsWilliam
William Ililam Thaw Tha Jr and Mrs Bateman BatemanSEEKS BatemanSEEKS BatemanSEEKS
SEEKS AN APPOINTMENT APPOINTMENTTO
TO THE NAVAL ACADEMY ACADEMYName
Name of Joseph Breckinridge Urged to tothe tothe tothe
the President PresidentSenatorelect PresidentSonatorelect PresidentSenatorelect
Senatorelect McCreery o of Kentucky Kentuckycalled Kontuckyeallod Koptuckycalled
called at the White House offices today todaywith todaywith todaywith
with Representative Vincent Borclng of otthe ofthe ofthe
the same State and asked sked the President Presidentto
to appoint one of their constituents to toa toa toa
a cadetship at Annapolis AnnapolisThe AnnapolisThe AnnapolisThe
The Senators candidate Is Henry Skill Skillman Skillman Skillman
man Breckinridge son of Gen Joseph JosephBreckinridge JosephBrecklnrldge JosephBreckinridge
Breckinridge The young man Is a can candidate cnndldate candidate ¬
didate for a oadetshipat cadetshlpatlnrgc cadetshlpatlnrgcVhUe oadetshipatIargeWhile large largeWhile
While the thePresident President did not make mak any anydefinite nnydefinite anydefinite
definite statement regarding his Inten Intentions IntentIons intentions ¬
tions It is believed bellc ed the appolntmont appolntmontwill
will b be made
HEADON WRECK DUE TO TOFAILURE TOFAILURE TOFAILURE
FAILURE FAILURE OF AIRBRAKES AIRBRAKESCHEiBNNE AIRBRAKESCHEYENNE AIRBRAKESCHEYENNE
CHEYENNE Wyo March 2 2Two 2Twopassenger 2Twopassenger Two Twopassenger
passenger trains on the Union Pacific PacificRailway PaclDcRailway PacificRailway
Railway No 1 westbound tbound the th uFIerand Flyer Flyerand Flyerand
and No NO1 4 eastbound met headon at Me Megeath Megoath Ie Iegeath
geath fifty miles east of Sydney Neb Nebyesterday Nebyosterda Nobyesterday
yesterday No 4 I had orders to meet No
1 there and to take the siding but the theairbrakes thealrbrnkes theairbrnkes
airbrakes failed to work and the east eastbound enetfound easthound
bound train crashed into the flyer flyerThree flyerThree er erThree
Three engines eD lns were badly damaged damagedbut damagedbut damagedbut
but as far as can be learned no one was wasinjured wasinjured ns nsInjurod
injured Traffic Tramc was not delayed to any anygreat anygreat anygreat
great extent
ATLANTIC CITY THIEVES THIEVESHAVE THIEVESHAVE THIEVESHAVE
HAVE PENCHANT PENC ANT FOR CURIOS CURIOSATLANTIC CURIOSATLANTIC CURIOSATLANTIC
ATLANTIC CITY N J I March 2 2The 2The 2The
The auction store of Shimamura Co Coon Coon Coon
on the Boardwalk was entered by bythieves bythieves bythieves
thieves Friday night and ten carved carvedIvory canctlhor carvedivory
Ivory hor Images Imag valued at 1500 were werestolen wprostolen werestolen
stolen A tray of rare old coins were werealso werelflo wareilso
also lflo taken The auction storo of Mogi MogiEmanary llogiEmannry MogiEmanary
Emanary Co and the he store of Mo Moraonl Moinoni 10 10onl
raonl onl Co were entered QnteredoorJY eajly in the theweek theweek theweek
week and several rare old art pieces piecesstolen plecQstolen piococstolen
stolen
j
U
TWO BILLION DOLLARS DOLLARSEstimated DOLLARSIN
IN APPROPRIATIONSEstimated APPROPRIATIONS APPOPRIATIU8Estimated
Estimated Amount Set Aside Asideby Asideby Asideby
by 57th Congress CongressIt
It IK I estimated that when the Fifty Fiftyseventh Fiftyseventh
seventh Congres adjourns on Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday
day at noon It will have appropriated appropriatedduring approprIateddurtJS appropriatedduring
during the two years of Its existence existencenot existencenot
not less than two billion dollars dollarsDespite doHarsDespite dollarsDespite
Despite the fact that much of this thismoney thismoneY thismoney
money has been set apart for much need needed needed needed ¬
ed internal Improvements such as river riverand rivernnd riverand
and harbor works public buildings Irrl Irrigation Irrlgation ¬ i igaUon
gation projects etc and the Increase of ofthe orthe ofthe
the navy aV the Democrats are ready to tor torlse torise
r rise ise the charge of extravagance extravaganceRepresentative extravaganceRepresentative extravaganceRepresentative
Representative Livingston of Georgia Georgiathe Georgiathe Georgiathe
the leading Democratic member of thoHouse thoHouse tho theHouse
House Appropriations Committee refer referring referring referring ¬
ring to the large total of the appropria appropriations appropriations appropriatione ¬
tions says saysIt saysIt saysIt
It means that the expenditures of the theGovernment theGovrrnment theGovernment
Government are far greater than the thegrcwthof thegrCfU thegrcwth7ofthecountry
grcwthof grCfU grcwth7ofthecountry orthecountry the country warrants Of Ofcourse Ofcourse Ofcourse
course allowances s must always be made madefor madefor madefor
for growth but the development is be being beIng belag ¬
ing exceeded by tho total of our dis disbursements dIsbursements diebursements ¬
bursements I di diparing do not favor a cheese cheeseparing cheeseparing
paring policy but I think the appro appropriations appropriations appropriations ¬
priations of this Congress arc far In ex excess excess cxcoin ¬
cess of the amount they should be beWith beWith beWith
With a tarlffforrevenueonly tariff forre enueonly policy policywe poUtYwe policywe
we could manage the affairs of the theTreasury theTroasury theTreasury
Treasury much better obviate the great greatsurplus greatsurplus greatsurplus
surplus without Injuring the state of ofour orour ofour
our finances and thus eliminate any anychance anychance anychance
chance for extravagance
SMOOT NOT OT WORMED WORMEDBY VORRIEDBY
BY POLYGAMY CHARGES CHARGESDeclares CHARGESDeclares GIIAIIEDeclares
Declares Them False and andDoes andIDoes andDoes
Does Not Worry WorryJS Worryeter4L
JS eter4L eter4Lno 5atar J e4ot ioi rR d b iij alip J Jno s sno
no ifgars mrstt fSf 1fn EffS iuturer utur tpte ana a a1i no qualms qurslmsof u lm6
of 0 conscience con clence for tho past pa t so far farcharges as ascharges a achargos
charges of polygamy are concerned concernedThe concernedThe oncornedThe
The allegations made by the Minis Ministerial lIInlsterlal MInistonal ¬
tonal Association of Salt Lake City now nowrepose nowrepose nowrepose
repose In the archives of the Senate SejiateCommittee S SenateCommittee at8 at8Committee
Committee on Privileges and Elections Electionsand Electionsand Electionsand
and the outcome does not worry oITy the theSenatorelect theSenatorelect theSenatorelect
Senatorelect Mr Ir Smoot was a ailUQt ailUQtnt aallat aallatat eall r rat
at the White ylte House offices this morning morningand nf nfFningand rnlng rnlngand
and saw the President PresidentThere PresidentThero PresidentThere
There Is nothing to be said about the thecharges thecbar thecharges
charges cbar es now 110 said the Senatorelect Senatorelectcacept SonatorelectOJcept Senatorelectexcept
except that they are false In their en entirety entirety n nt1rety ¬
tirety When hen the matter is taken up upby upby upby
by the committee that will be tlmo tlmoenough tlmoen timeenough
enough en ugh to go Into any further furth r details detailstLey detallstLy detailsthey
they may wiph wiphMr wtlJhMr wItLMr
Mr Smoot will be ready to take aka his hisseat hraseat hisseat
seat In the extra session as soon as s the thaSenate theSEnate theSenate
Senate uniy be called together by the thePresident thePrcsldont thePresident
President On the Interposing ot ob objections obJcctton ohicetiofliL ¬
jections he will Ill ask Immediate con consideration 008sll1nratJon considoration ¬
sideration and force the issue to a con conclusion COBc conelusion ¬
elusion c elusionLEGISLATURE clusionLEGISLATURE n810n n810nLEGISLA
LEGISLATURE LEGISLA URE OF IDAHO IDAHOAPPROVES IDAHOAPPROVES 1114110APPROVES
APPROVES OF REED SMOOT SMOOTi SMOOTBelieves SMOOTBeIiees SMOOTBelieves i
Believes Agitation Against Senator SenatorContrary SenatorContrary SenatorContrary
Contrary to American Spirit SpiritSenatbrolect SpiritSenat SpiritSenatbrolect
Senatbrolect Senat olect Reed Smoot of o Utah Utahwhose Utahvhose Utnhiwhose
whose seat has h S been contested has ro received rocelved roceiveel ¬
ceived the following dispatch from the tbuIdaho thuIdaho theIdaho
Idaho State Legislature LegislatureGreetings LegislatureGreotlngs LegislatureGreotings
Greetings The house of representa representatives represenlaUes represenistlves ¬
tives of the State of Idaho extend to toyou toyou toyou
you best be > t wishes of C Its members col collect eolIecn cclhectvly ¬
lect Iecn hectvly i ely IY and separately sc > arately We Ve view view cw with withprofound withproto withprofo4jtd
profound proto d regret the agitation against againstyour againstyour againstyour
your Molng olng seated as a United States StatesSenatM Stat08Senat StatesSenat
Senat SenatM an office to which you have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been ioson by the Legislature of Utah UtahIn UtahIn UtahIn
In the proper exercise of lt its sovereign sovereignpower 8Qorclgnpower sovereignpower
power We believe that the opposition oppositionto
to you ou bccaise of your belief is contrary contraryto
to the American spirit demanding the theseparation theseparation theseparatiok
separation separation of church and Plate and that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this opposition oppo Ulon contemplates violation violationof
of section 3 Article VI of the Constitu Constitution Constitution Constitution ¬
tion of the United States which reads
No o religious test shall hall be required as asa asa asa
a qualification to any office a public publictrust publictrusl publictrust
trust under the United Uolh fl States This Thismessage Thismessago Thismessage
message is forwarded > d to you ou in the thename then thename
name n ml of the people of Idaho Respect Respectfully Rnpectruny Respectfully ¬
fully J FRANK l RAn HUNT Speaker SpeakerROBERT Spcak SpeakerROBERT r rROBERT
ROBERT McCRACKEN Chief Clerk ClerkA Clerku ClerkA
u A motion that this be transmitted to toyou toroll toyou
you was carried cnrrl d unanimously by the thehouee thohoule thehouse
house of r presentatlve reprsentatlvSAYS representatives representativesSAYS presentatlveSAYS
SAYS REPUBLICANS WILL WILLREAP WILLREAP WILLREAP
REAP THE WHIRLWIND WHIRLWINDIn
In the course of the prolonged de ¬
bate on the omnibus Statehood bill I Iwarned Iwarned Iwarned
warned my Republican colleagues on the theother theotber theotbr
other 8ld side of the thequ86t1on question that they wor worlowing wore woresowing
lowing the wind that would reap the thewhirlwind thewhfrlwlnd thewhirlwInd
whirlwind It will 111 bo b ton years befor beforany beforoany
any Republican can stand up In the theSenate theSenato theSenate
Senate and reprove his opponents for forusing forW1ng forusing
using obstructive tactics In debate debateThis l1ebateThis debateThis
This is the opinion expressed today toda todaty
by ty Senator Foraker of Ohio alter a acull aull arail
cull < < ull at the White hlte House offices The Thenator
Cinator nator hai little hope of securing the
Philippine 1 legislation so earnestly 4 4Ired 4sired < < Ie
sired Ired tr by b Governor G rnor Taf TaCt t though he thinks thfnlcsch thtnlrsJuch thinksclc
Juch ch legislation should by all means moans moansftn ho hosuaoted beauinoted
suaoted ftn
f
Public Interests Saysthe Says Saysthe Saysthe
the Chief Executive ExecutiveRequire ExecutiveRequire ExecutiveRequIre
Require This Action ActionRatification ActionRatification ActionRatification
Ratification of 1anama 1ana Eanama ana anama
ma Canal and Cu Cuban Cuban Cuban ¬
ban Treaties TreatiesHouse TreatiesHouse TreatiesHouse
House May Be Called CalledIf CalledIf
If Philippine Tariff TariffBill TariffBill TariffBill
Bill Fails of Passage PassagePresident
President Roosevelt today Issued the thafollowing thefonowlng thefollowing
following proclamation calling an extra extrasession extrasessIon extrasession
session of the Senate SenateWhereas SenateToroas SenateWboroas
Whereas public Interests require that thattho thattho thatthe
tho Senate should convene in extraordi extraordinary extnordlnary extraordtnary ¬
nary session therefore I Theodore TheodoreRoosevelt TheodoreRoosevelt TheodoreRoosevelt
Roosevelt President of the United UnitedStates UnitedStat08 UnitedStatus
States do hereby proclaim and declare declarethat declarethat declarethat
that an extraordinary occasion requires requiresthe requiresthe requiresthe
the Senate of the United States to con convene convone convane ¬
vane at the Capitol In the city of Wash Washington Washington U8h U8hIngton ¬
ington on tho Hh h day of March next at
12 oclock oclo k noon of which all persons personswho personswho personswho
who shall at that time be b entitled to toact toact toact
act as members of that body are hereby herebyroquired herebyrC1qulred herebyrequired
required to take notice noticeGiven noticeGiven noticeGiven
Given under my hand and the seal of ofthe orthe ofthe
the United States at Washington the 2d 2dtyof 2ddqot 2ddaaot
dqot tyof March In the t c year of our Lord
one thousand nine nlnohundreil hundreil and three threeand threeand threeand
and of the Independence of the United UnitedStates UnitedSlates UnitedStates
States the one hundred end twenty twentyseventh twentyseventh twentyseventh
seventh THEODORE ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTMBy ROOSEVEIJrHBy ROOSEVEI1By
MBy By the President PresidentJOHN PresldeDtJOHX PresidentJOHN
JOHN HAY Secretary of State StateNot StateNot StateNot
Not Unexpected UnexpectedSenators UnexpectedSenators UnexpectedSenators
Senators had already made m de up their theirminds theirminds theirminds
minds that they hey would have to remala remalaIn
In extra session after Mar March h 4 In or order 00der ordee ¬
der to ratify ratlf the Panama Canal and the thaCuban theCuban theCuban
Cuban reciprocity treaties when word wordwas wordwas wordwas
was received this morning that President PresidentRoosevelt Prealdent3Q PresidentRoofueveIt
Roosevelt 3Q velt had ad issued sued the th proclamation proclamationSenaWForgao procamatlonSen proclamationScnaar
SenaWForgao Sen Scnaar Qrror 2brafl nS4yahels says he IB Iswilling willing to toadp toJt toajbpt
adp ajbpt Jt t fri fie hefulikesboaslhUitfr biJ lf pojiaibUil P J1 b J rrefr Or tho thooallfed thooalre th thoalred
oallfed oalre session Most U st of the newSen newSenators ne neSeaators Sen Senators
ators are already here hereIf horeIi hereIfthe
If Ii Ifthe the present Congress adjourns with without without without ¬
out taking final action on the Philippine Philippinetariff PhUlp Philippinetariff > lne lnetariff
tariff bill It is quite possible that the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President may decide to call the House HouseIn HouseIn HouseIn
In extra session as well The urgent urgentnecessity urgentn urgentnecessity
necessity n sslty for the passage of the bill has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been reported In a special message from fromthe fromthe
the President PresidentThe PresidentThe
The bill is held up in the Senate Senate by a acombination a acomblDation acombination
combination of beet sugar and tobacco tobaccoDemocrats tobaccoDemocrats tobaccoDemocrats
Democrats led by Senator Patterson of ofColorado oCColorado ofColorado
Colorado who believe that any further furtherreduction furtherreduction furtherreduction
reduction in the tariff assessed on their theirproducts theirprodt theirprothicts
products prodt cts coming from the Philippines Philippineswould PhilippineswouUl Philippineswoulti
would work ork Injury to those Interests in inthe Inbe inthe
the be United States StatesThe StntoThe StatenThe
The House BilL BilLThe Billne BilLThe
The Heuse bill proposes to tax all allPhilippine anPMlIpptn allPhilippine
Philippine prodMotx 25 per cent of the theDhigloy theDingley theDingley
Dingley rat raLPH s The Senate bill provides providesfor providesfor providesfor
for the admission admUl n free of all products of ofthe o othe ofthe
the Island except sugar su and tobacco tobaccoa tobaccoaad tobacconed
a ned d to allow the entry of these at 50 50per 50por 50per
per cent et the Dingley rates Existinglaw Existing Existinglaw Existinglaw
law assesses all Philippine importations importationsat
at 75 7 per cent of the Dingley rates ratesDespite ratesDespite ratesDespite
Despite the opposition of 0 the Demo Democrats Democrats Demoorals ¬
crats to the bill It Is still possible that thatit thatIt thatIt
it may be passed before the end of the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present session sessionNew sessionNew sessionNew
New Senators to Attend AttendPresidonc AttendPresldonc AttendPresident
President Roosevelts Idea In calling callingtho call1ngtho callingthe
tho extra sosoion at this time Is to af afford a aford atford ¬
ford opportunity for newly oleoted Son Senators Scnaters SonaLoes ¬
aLoes to reach Washington by the date datesot datesot datesot
sot March larehAlthough S SAlthough 5Although
Although the purposes are not set setforth setforth setforth
forth In detail the object is the ratifi ratification r atifi atification tifi tification ¬
cation of the Panama Canal and the theCuban theCuban theCuban
Cuban reciprocity treaties treatiesALDRICH treatlfsALDRICH treatiesALDRICH
ALDRICH TO CALL UP UPFINANCIAL UPFINANCIAL UPFINANCIAL
FINANCIAL MEASURE MEASUREChances MEASUREChances MEASUREChances
Chances of Bill Being Approved Held Heldto HeIdto Heldto
to Be Uncertain
Senator Aldrich expects to to call up his hisfinancial blsnanela1 hisOnanelal
financial bill as soon as the general generaldeficiency generaldofclency generaldeficiency
deficiency bill is disposed of Tho Thochances Thochancos Thechances
chances of Us Ib passage in the Senate are areuncertain areuncertllln areuncertain
uncertain for some of the Democratic DemocraticSenators DemocraticSenators DemocraticSenators
Senators have announced their Inten Intention Intention intention ¬
tion of talking it to death With the thashort thoshort theshort
short time of tho session remaining a afew afew afewof
few fewof of them could easily accomplish this thisend thisend thisend
end but whether or not they will carry carryout carryout carryout
out their thelrthreuts threats remains to be seen seenThe I IThe aThe
The leader der of the opposition is Senator SenatorDubois SenatorDubois SenatorDubois
Dubois who acknowledges the existence existenceof
of such a program among his colleagues colleaguesto
to defeat the bill by this moans moansJOHN moansJOHN meansJOHN
JOHN R OGLE DEAD DEADJohn DEADJohn DEADJohn
John R Ogle OJ le fortyflve years old olddied olddied oldtIled
died at Cabin John Bridge at 130 1 30 this thismorning thl8Qrnlng thismorning
morning Qrnlng Funeral services will be held heldWednesday heldednesda heldWednesday
Wednesday ednesda morning at 10 oclock when whenrequiem whenrequiem htn htnl
requiem l qulem nabs will be celebrated at St StAnns StAnnR StAnns
Anns Church Tenleytown Interment Intermentwill Intermlntwill Interafentwill
will be mado in Holy Hal Rod Cometey Cornett CornettMr
Mr Ogle is survived by a daughter daughterMrs daughterIrs daughterMrs
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