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Over One Hundred De Deposit D Dposit Dcposit ¬
posit 1 at the Police PoliceStations P PoliceStations lice liceStations
Congress Will Be Asked A kedto kedtoPass ° to toPass toPass
Pass Old Bill for Re Ren10ving Removing v vmoving
moving SnowWith1n Snow SnowWithin Snowithin
Within ithin the post ClMt ten t n days a3S more than thanInrormations thanl1f thanAKi
AKi l1f Inrormations have beat sworn > > out outfti outIll outire
Ill the Police PoJi Court a caIAst alagt property propertyowners propertyownf propertyowners
owners ownf > rs agenca CII and tenants tenaJ s in Wash Wasliington 1Va WashIngton ll llingtm
ington for the the nonr nonMmoYat moval of snow enowfrom snowtrom snowfrom
from the sidewalks aldewalka 10 I Iq the to majority majorityof
of cases the th persons pe na served Be have oJe oJer deprrstted le leprwited
prwited r > Slted Jl I at a polio poU station and the thecose theOtl8P th thchse e
cose was ended In the remaining cases casesthe C ca cathe sea t8 t8the
the persons > tIMna accused went Into the Pot Po Police PoIce ¬
lice Ice Court for trial and were assessed a e ed
1 by bYJUfl Judge Kim Kimball ball in accordance withan with withan wilhan
an act of Congress CongressThe CongressThe CongressThe
The District Di trlct prosecutor pro ecutor says SIlS most of ofthese orthese o othese t
these cases were against property own ownors ownors owners
ors whom > houses hOU8t are unoccupied The Thesidewalks Thesldewa1ks Th Thsidewalks e
sidewalks around vacant lots were no nochnrod not notcleared notolearc et t
cleared olearc > d of snow and the owners wer werserved Were Wereserved tcreserved e
served with warrants for violating the th e
law It is not asserted that any owner owneragent ownerls owneragent
agent ls > nt or tenant within ithlr the city dt limits
deliberately dellb > ntteb left the th snow on the street streetpreferring streetpreCf streetpreferring
preferring preCf > 1rlns to p pay iy 1 but in n most cases casesthere casestJtE casesthere
there tJtE > le appear appears apPPa to have been either an anoversight anoersfht a aoversight
oversight or an inability to procure prtCU suf sufficient sutficltnt suffleh ¬
fleh ficient nt men to clean off the snow before beforetho hero r
the 111 < expiration of four hours the time timeallowed tJmeallowed timeallowed
allowed for its removal removalUnconscious removalUnconscious removalUnconscious
Unconscious ViolationToday Violation ViolationToday VioiationToday
Today more than 100 persons called calledat calledat cal calat ed
at the various arou police < olice stations and de deposited deppslh depnsited ¬
posited ppslh > d SI for what is f termratlt termed terml C1 unCOnscious uncu uncuecioua uncon unconscious n ¬
scious violation Vi01atfpn viola n of the lawAn law V VSrrnt 1
An act ot Qengre ngress approved PPJ1OJed 11100 11ta r
2 l 7 7agrnt or t TJtat TJtatarnt
arnt Srrnt or tenant of each 11 house r i sth other otherbuilding er x xinlildfng
building b lIdlng or lot or lots Jot of grovftd In to the theDistrict theDistrict
District of Columbia shall within Wtthl l the theflirt theftt th thS e
S flirt four hours of daylight after ever everfall every y
fall of snow cause the tb same to be bemoved P re removed ¬
moved entirely lntlrfiyfrorn from off ft the paved slder slderwalks side sidewalk ski skiwalks rre e
walks opposite ench > nch house building lot lotor lotor lotor
or land under penalty of 51 1 for each eachlot eachlot eachlot h
lot for every vry such uch neglect ntg t to be paid paidby pakIb paidby
by b said owner own r Rent or tenant tenantSeition tfnantSection tenantSection
Section 2 That in case where the thesidewalks the1ddpwalks t tsidewalks he
sidewalks are covered with ice the own owner ownr ownor ¬
er r agent as t or tenant of any an building bu11cIlalot bu11cIla bulIdlnlot
lot or lot lots of ground rJund in the District Districtof I Iof
of Columbia shall hall promptly cause eatldepaved tin tinptived UIe1ed thetheir
paved sidewalks or paved portions thee of ofthe oftht o othe e
the sidewalks opposite his h her r or ori their thenpremises theirpremig
i premises premig to he strewn with aahea asaea sand sandsawdust MOO8fl sandsawdust
sawdust 8fl wdust or s 8mt < > me > other suitable sub subStance hbstane substance
Stance that will insure or contribute to tothe tothe t tthe °
the safety Sartot of pedestrians under the thenlty Utenlty e ealty n
nlty of II 1 for each lot for each e eh neglect neglectWould neglectWould H HWould
Would Reintroduce ill illThe i1lThe illThe
The District Commissioners today de determined detrmlned determined ¬
termined to request reruE t of Congress tha thaSt that thatSt thatna t
St note na te bill JWO providing prov dlnc for the themoval themoval re removal ¬
moval of snow and ice from the side sidewalks aidewa sid sidwalks ¬
wa walks lklC of the th District Dll < tncl be > reintroduced retntrodncedBvery reintroducedftort reintroducedJte
Bvery Jte ery > effort > ftort will be > exerted by the Dhstrict Dis District DIatrid ¬
trict authorities to te obtain Its passage passageThis pausageThis P3iI8afeThis
This bill was first introduced > d by y the thel tI tIlatt th that e
l latt at t Senator McMillan during durI the thesession th drat flrstsession 4r dratass t tsEMlon
session n of the Fiftyseventh Flfty Fiftyseventh eventh Congress CongressIt CongreeIt Congr ass
It passed the Senate Sena t but was wa killed in intlie Intilt It t ttle
tilt House Houseof HouseIt
p It provides that It shall hall I he the dut dutof duty dutyoC y
of every tenant or occupant of any lot lotor lotor to toor t
or lots of ground in the District Dhnr < t im improved impruvf 1 1proved m ¬
pruvf proved > d by a house wu t or building adjacent adjacentto adjaeento t
to any improved sidewalk lJ within the theftrt th
flrst four hoars tours of if daylight after the theceasing thecfasln th therasing e
ceasing cfasln of any an fill of snow to cau causaid cauSbl caus M
s Sbl said + ril < snow now to b be removed from rom the paved pavedsidewalk pav4dstdwalk pav pavstd
std sidewalk walk adjacent to such lot or lots lotst lotsthe lot lott s
t > the extent in length to which said saidlot saidlot sat ii iilot
lot or < Ir lots abut thereon and to the ex extent e etnt etent a ¬
tent in breadth of not n t leas than se seIhet six sixftet I X Xt
ftet t L
Mutt Sprinkle WalksShould Walks WalksShould WaJtsShould
Should the snow melt m lt and form ice icefreezing leefrt f ffr oe
freezing frt fr ezing > zlng to the tI pavement Ja fJnt > nt the tenant tenantshall tenantsshall tenantshall s
shall sprinkle the to sidewalks with sand sandsawdust sandawdu aan aansawdust d
sawdust awdu t or some similar substance to topr toprnnt t tpr o
pr prnnt vrnt yr nt pedestrians pede trlana from slipping slippingA UPIlngA
A violation of thb thini act is to t be pun punished PlllJahrd p pfished ¬
fished by a tine of not more than 96 ISImprisonment er erimprisonment 81hnpriHOnment
imprisonment tn the workhouse for not notmore RotmoJ no nomore t
more moJ > than lire days daysThe dHlsTJw daysThe
The bill also al o provides that tin District DistrictCommissioners D8tJ1etCommldoners PtetH PtetHCommissioners
Commissioners shall hall keep clean th tl the thewalks side sidewalk IIIdewa ids ¬
walk wa lk4 adjacent to public building and andpi andpI an anparks d
parks pi irks rkJ and they are authorized to clean cleansidewalk clean81dtalk c csidewalks
sidewalk In front of unimproved unlmpro lo lots lotsand Iotlland lot lotSntl
and au as 5 the charge ugulnst the t he prop property propcat pro prooa p ¬
oa erty cat ty in case 18 a compliance cumplhn < t > with the law lawcannot lawOQnnot la lacannot
cannot be obtained < d from the owner ownerthe o of ofthe otUtE
the > property propertyWEATHER pruPlrtyWEATHER propertyl
The Th < temperatiros > S In New N w England an aneejtern and andeastern andeesttrn d
eastern X Xw w York have again fj rlI fallen n to toZfro toru t0xr
xr Zfro ru r and blow llw Th Iwre tfrf < rr has a al alga Ittn hrrnconsiderable l en a aconsiderable aconsldrablt
considerable fall alone the mid n1IrJU < ilr and andSouth aDdsouth a asouth
South A AUltiC critic coast coastThe < oast oastTb < > ist istTh
Th The rl 11u1U l1ae < au r flhn Ki gin n drpreFsfm dfplftl lon wi wiwove will willnv willtrVf 1
wove nv v enstsoith Nt restsoutheast 1IOtthast ast during th t h next nextthirty nx n e ethirtysix a t tthirtYMix
thirty thirtYMix six hours giving 1lng rain in fix th low low31iesisppf I 1wlr 1wlrlalsalsal w < r rMississippi
Mississippi lalsalsal pl and l Iwr < wer w r Ohio vilivs vellr y an allsnow ansnow < i isnow
snow In n the uptx upOtr r Ohio and I wr w r ldrogton lil lilroglon tb tbroglon <
roglon tomorrow tomorrowThe tornfTroWTh tomorrowThe
The Th < temrwnWuiv tfrntW1III u will rise In II I th II talc laKregion I talcrogton Hw Hwroglol e
region tonight and t nfi al It will I iye > warmer to tomorrow t tmorrow
morrow in th the < JIII i valley v811 and the tb low lower lower Ioner ¬
er Mississippi vaay vai y including Tennes TennesTCMPKKATIH TfnnesQt Tenn Tennpee
pee Qt
TCMPKKATIH T16Ii1P1 1ttiTiit
9 n m 19 19U
12 noon nooni n
1 p m
2 p m
Sun s ftt tn today todaySun tul y 504 Ij 04 pm pmSun p m
Sun rises tomorrow tomm ruw 71 11 lri > a am amTIDE arlIE m mTIDE
High tll < today toua titG ittaM ittaMIUgh Cum CumHigh a aAfgh m
High tide tld ti i tomorrow t anorrow9it morrow 914 am sm91 m9II11n m9II11nLow 9t pm pmLow Af AfLow n
Low tide tomorrow tomurrotr328 828 am SJ8 9 JI > l p pm I
trA11 All Democratic Citizens CitizensInvited CitizensI CitizensIntl
Intl Invited I vited ified to Unite UniteWith UniteWith UniteWith
With Us UsOF USNn
Nn MT CT 1 ETING 1 IG N NArrangements OF F COMMITTEE COMMITTEEArrangements COMPfITTEEArra1genlents
Arrangements to Be Com Completed Completed Comfeted ¬
pleted p feted in Conference Conferenceat onferen e eat
at St Louis LouisTit L LouisTite uis uisTlte
Tit Tlte Hon James K Jones chairman chairmanof
of the Democratic National Committee Committeethis CommttteeW Committeethis
this W afternoon issued the call for thenUonel the thenational thenation
national nation convention to b be hold at St StLouts StLouis StLouts
Louts on July 6 Under th the terms terms of the thecall thecan thecall
call each ell State Stat Is entitled to representa representation repr representalion nta ¬
1 lion equal to double the number of its itsSenator itsSeaatolV
Senator and Representative In Con Congress Congreu Congrass ¬
grass and each aaclit aacliTerritory t Territory Alaska AJa ka In Indian Indian ¬
dian Territory rrrtte and nd the District of o Colw Co Columbia Coluinbta ¬
lw lumbia bfa ate delegates The call concludes con concludes concludes ¬
cludesAll cludes cludesAll cludesAll
All Domoomtlo citizens of the United UnitedStates
States who can < unite with ux u in tho ef effort erfort effort ¬
fort for a pure and economical consti constitutional constitutlonalgONrnm8llt constitutional ¬
tutional tutlonalgONrnm8llt government are cordially rdlaUy Invited Invitedto
to Join us in n sending delegate to the theconvention theconvention
convention compntionPersonnel conventionPersonnel conventionPersonnel
Personnel of CommitteeChairman Committee Committeej
j I 1 Chairman Jones also announced today todaythe todaythe
the personnel of the committee on arrangemtnnts ar arrangements nrranemul1 ¬
rangements ranemul1 for the convention oonv ntlon and has hascalled hascaned hascalled
called a mooting of that committee for forFebruary Correbruary
February 2 next at 10 oclock a rn at atthe atthe
the Southern Hotel St Louis Mo MoThe
The membership of tl1 the committee isas Is Isa
a as follows followsJiuwoBlt
JiuwoBlt JAftleB Jtl tesR 1t Jones chairman ex offlolo offloloWilliam omoioW1min otltoioWilliam
William J Stone st ne vice olmlrman oimlrmnn ex exofilaio exomeo
officio ofilaioN omeoJ >
I J fIf G Git1Yt 1fGY PanJl P9rtnsylvanIn P9rtnsylvanInaf l nt ntlt
+ lt t mp u Dtfahtgiln g n nN
1 N 1 B Mk > k N Nw w York YorkJ
J G Johnnen Jo1m ea Kansas KansasJohn ttan ttanYohr
John Hi n McLean Ohio OhioJ
I J M Head Tennessee TennesseeJohn TenneMeeJohn
John E Osborne Wyoming WyomingPOSTAL Vyom ng ngPOSTAL
Conflicting Orders as to toi toBett toBeavers
i Beavers Bett Yers Considered ConsideredRUNKEL onsideredRUNKEL ed
Solicitor General Hoyt Asks That CaseBe Cases CasesBe CasesBe s
Be Advanced AdvancedMotion Motion Is Still StillUnder StillUnder
Under Consideration ConsiderationThe
The pesio pestofnce 8 scandals eandal mad made their theirflrst theirftnt that thatfirst r
first appearance In the United State StateSupreme Stat StatSupreaae
Supreme Court today to < < 7 Judge Laroombe Laroombeof
of o the United States Circuit Court of ofNew o r rNew
New York had ordered that George Oeor e 1t W WBeavers
I Beavers former chief of th the division divisionsolarias jf jfsalaries Jrt
salaries larl and allowances who Is I under underidlctment underIndlctlnent
t Indictment idlctment should be turned over to th the theFederal e
Federal authorities in Brooklyn for trialJudie trial trialJudce trialTucIae
Judce Holt I lolt of the United States Stat district districtcourt districteaurt
court In n New York had granted a war warrant warrant warrant ¬
rant of ° t removal re > movat to Washington hlR < < tnn in th the thecase thecalle e
case of MaurlceRunkel Maurice Runkel who Is Indicted Indictedhere Indlctudbre
here Both hav have appealed a to the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCot SupremCourt e
CourtSolicitor Court CourtSolicitor Cot = 1 1St
Solicitor St > llcltor General Hoyt today aske askod askodthat askll1that d dthat 1
that the cases be advanced for hearing hearingthe hearingthe
the Runkel case to some time after th thmiddle thmiddle thv
middle of March the Beavers case to tosome tosene
some Urn U earlier than the first v veep veepin eelt eeltIn elc elcIn
In April AprilThe AprilThe AprilThe
The motion was a taken under consid consideration conslderaUon ¬
eration by the court courtSEEKING courtSEEKING
A delegation headed b ad by b Governor Van VanSant VanSlUat Vanliittnt
Sant of Minnesota was heard thismsltetng this thismorning thl thlJlUtMaiDg
morning by the tb House Committee on onRivera onRivel8
Rivera and Harbors on the proposition propositionto prolto Uon Uonto
to improve th the upper Mississippi Kl I8 lppl River lilacsfrom Riverfront Riverfrom
from Cairo III to St Paul Minn a adistance adlfltanee adistance
distance of 1WO miles m e The etimatrd etimatrdcoat rttrnatedcoat ttmatld ttmatldcoat
coat of the Improvement Is 16000000 16000000The 11001000The 16000000The
The committee asked that the 1m 1mr m mprow
I I PrGVfweta prow etas be completed by r the time timethe
the PSmyim J > ct nra Canal Is opened to com commerce earnmerce corncoerce ¬
I merce the Ilie members of the th delegation delegationwith delegationwith delefpatlonwith
with Governor Van Sant were Th The Hon HonE HonI IJonL
I E B Usher of La Crease Cro e Wla Pis IIL Capt CaptAlonxo CaptJonso
Alonxo Jonso nryw nryaon n of Davenport Iowa IowaFrank IoaFrank
Frank Gaiennie of St Louis Lou and Lewis LewisB LewlllR Lewist3oswell
I ROME JanJ Jan Ja 1STbe The Pope today hadu had
a long Interview ante ew w with the French am ambaxsudor amba
baxsudor ba ador as to what protection Francewould Fntncewould France Frdncewould
would afford Catholics in n the Far Bast Bastin KKKtin
in the event of war between bet Russia Russiaand Ru Russiaand la laand
and Japan His HI Holiness said If Frar Frarwas Fr Frarwas r rwa >
was wa unable to grant sufficient oro Protootlo1l Protootlo1lhE rotectltnt too ti on onhe
he would appeal to other Catholic pow powFather powI
I rrs rll
Father Johns Medicine Cures Colds ColdsIrvents Coldsi
i Irvents lr irea ants Pneumonia 5U u years QIIrs in use useA USI1A4v
A Adv < Sv
Investigation investi ation Ordered OrderedInto OrderedIlito OrderedInto d
Into Death of Offutt Offuttt OffuttBoard OffuttBoard OffuttBoard
Board of Charities Appoints Committee to In Inquire Inquire Inquire ¬
quire Into Treatment Given Him at atEmergency atEmergency
Emergency Hospital
An investigation Invo < UgnUon Into the clrcum clrcumstnnces olrcumfJtnnces oircumstnnces
stnnces surrounding the death at tho thoEmergency thoEmorgenc theEmergency
Emergency Hospital recently recentJ of Henry
L OfCutt will be mnde by a committee committeefrom committeefrom committeefrom
from the District Board of Charities Clmrltiesconsisting Chnrltiosconsisting Charitiesonsisting
consisting c of John Joy JO Edson and Dr DrChurlea DrI Drharles
I Churlea ChlLrJ C harles P Nelll The investigation will willbe w1l1i willbe
i be begun immediately immediatelyThis Immedhtebi immediatelyThis
i This action was decided upon hint wat waturduy Ga Gaarias at
I arias urdll evening at a special meeting of ofthe ofthe 1
the board The verdict of the Coroners Coronersjury Coronersjury Coronersjury
jury to the effect that Offutt wag not notaccorded notaccorded notaccorded
accorded proper treatment for a frac fracture fmeUI fracture ¬
ture UI of the skull uU was considered but butthe buttlsuboard butthe
the tlsuboard board decided upon an independent independentInvoRtigHtlon IndependonthQftJgoa independentimestigauon
InvoRtigHtlon InvoRtigHtloni hQftJgoa lion lionIt
i It wan suggested that the board takft takftthe talcethe ttcethe
the testimony adduced at the inquest inquestand 1nquftnand lnquedLand
and the verdict founded thereon as fact factI tUctthus factthus
I thus compelling the hospital authorities authoritiesto uthorltiesto
to assume the burden of proof In es e8tnbl estabushing
1 tablishing tnbl shln that OfCutt did receive re he proper properIN properREBELS
Jiminez Loses Stronghold Strongholdill
ill in Santo DomingoPROBABLE DOluingoPROBABLE Domingo a aPROBABLE
The News Confirmed by Dispatch to toNavy toNavy toNavy
Navy Department From Commander Com Commander Commander ¬
mander DillinghamProse Dillingham DillinghamProse DillinghamPrOM
Prose reports of the capture of Puerto PuertoPlata PuortoPlata PuertoPlata
Plata by b the Morales forces oros are con confirmed confirmed confirmed ¬
firmed by a dispatch received this mom momIng monlIng mornag
Ing l ag by the Nvy vgvy V Department from Com Commander Commnnd Commander ¬
mander mnnd r DilHnghnm DIU nghnm of the cruiser De Detroit De Detroit Derolt ¬
troit troitm rolt
m i d dlspufdh dlspa ah x wJiIeh sht tlchwnS was dated at atwru5Plnta ntrto atrto
wru5Plnta rto Plftta on January 17 says that thatafter thatalter thatalter
alter a fight beyond b yolld the cordon estab established estblIshed established ¬
lished by us outside of the city limits Hmltnthe l1mlUfthe limitsthe
the Jiminez forces occupying Puerto PuertoPlata PuortoPlatal PuertoPlata
Plata surrendered unconditionally unoondltlonall to the theMorales theMorale theMorales
Morales forces Perfect order is saidto said saidto saidto
to prevail Business of port is ex expected expect4d expected ¬
pected to begin tomorrow morningThere morning morningThere morningThero
There were no casualties ClUlu 1tlea among non noncombatants noncombatants noncombatants
combatants and no destruction of prop property proplarty property ¬
erty The surrender and arrangements arrangementsof
of terms was conducted with order in inpresence Inpretence Inpresence
presence presence of Captain Robertson Robert on and andCommander andCommander andCommander
Commander Dllllngham DllllnghamCaptain DillinghamCaptain DlllinghantCaptain
Captain Robertson who is mentioneIn mentioned mentionedin d
in the dispatch is an l English EngJl nglieh h naval offi officer officer oilear ¬
cer who has ben cooperating cooper tin withCpmmantler with withCpmmanrter withCpmmnmler
Cpmmanrter Dirilngham In protecting protectingforeign protectingCorelgn protectingforeign g
foreign Interests at Puerto Plata PlatoThe PlataThe PlataThe
The stronghold of the Jiminez forces forceshas t forcehas OrCE8 s
has been at Puerto Plata and the fall fallor fallo J
or 0 that city Is regarded as the tnd of ofthe ortht o othe f
the stubborn fight ft ht Jiminez has made madeagainst madeagaln8t mad madagainst e
against the Morales government governmentSpanish goverftmenLSpanish governmentSpanish
Spanish Cruiser Sails SailsThe SailsThe SailsThe
The Spanish cruiser Rio de la Plata Platahas PIntabas Pia Piahas
has Called alled from New Orleans for Santo SantoDomingo SantoDomingo
Domingo where it will 111 look after the theInterests theInterests theinterests
Interests of Spanish citizens clUze threatened threatenedby tbreAt threaten threatenby n6d n6dby
by the revolution A dispatch announc announcing announcIng announcing ¬
ing the departure of the cruiser fro froNew from fromNew fromNe m
New Ne Orlerle Orlecf Orlec II s was received by the NavyDepartment Navy NavyDepartment Nav NavDepartment
Department this tbl morning morningPresident morningPresident
President Morales will make another anotherappeal anotherappeal anotherappeal
appeal to the U United Ued States to recognize recognizethe recognizethe recognizethe
the temporary government he has es established I1StabU established ¬
tablished tabU hed Senor Sanchez the Morales Moralesminister Moralesmlnl Moralesminleter
minister mlnl ter of foreign affairs is now on onhis onhiB onhis
his way wa to Washington to solicit the therecognition th threcosnltlon therecognition
recognition of the Dominican provisional provisionalgovernment provisionalgovernment
government governmentMinister
Minister 2 > Powell is still resisting the thealleged th thalleged e
alleged blockade established e tabllahed by the Mo Morales MoralCfC Movales ¬ I
vales government He recently recentl rafu refund ed edto e Ito
to allow President Pre ident Morales to Inter Interfere Interfere interfare ¬
fere with the movements of the Clyde Clydesteamer Clyd Clydsteamer Clydsteamer I
steamer New York The United States Statescruiser Statescruiser Stat
cruiser Columbia Is i now at Santo Do Domingo Domingo ¬
mingo near n r which there Is constant constantskirmishing conatantsklr t
skirmishing sklr 18hlnG
Michigan Men Cheer CheerThe CheerThe 1
The President Loudly LoudlyUnusual LoudlyUnusual LoudlyUnusual
Unusual Enthusiasm Evinced by a Delegation Delegationat Delegatioat n
at the White House HouseInvited Invited to Republican Repub Republican Republican ¬
lican Day Celebration elebration
I Would there be any an harm In Inquir Inquiring InquIring inquiring ¬
ing whats what the matter with Roosevelt Rooseveltimo
I came imo in deep tones from one of the themembers theI themembers
members of a Michigan delegation dleptionora dleptionorahundred of a ahundred ahundred
hundred citizens in the East Ea t Room of ofthe ofthe
I the White House at noon todayWhats today todayWhats todayVhats
Whats the matter with Roosevelt RooseveltHes RooseveltI RooseveltHes
I Hes He all right wa was the response reapon e from fromthe tromi fromthe
i the entire crowd Cheers and applause applauseand applau applauI applaussand
I and stamping of feet emphasized the en anthuslasm enthusiasm onthcasm ¬
thusiasm thuslasmThe thusiasmThe thcasmThe
The delegation was headed by b Sera Seraators Senaators Seanatoms
ators Burrows and Alger the members membersof membersof
of the Michigan delegation dele Uon in Congress CongressGovernor CongreuGovernor CongressGovernor
Governor Bliss and James ODonnell of ofJackson ofJockaon ofJackson
Jackson its chairman
The visitors ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived here last night on a special 8p lal train trainto trainto trainto
to invite the President to attend the thefiftieth theI thefiftieth
fiftieth anniversary of the birth of theRepublican the theRepublican theRepublican
I Republican party at Jackson MichJuly Mich MichJuly MlchJuly
July 6 Speeches of invitation were weremade weremade
I made by several including SenatorsBurrows Senators SenatorsBurrows
i Burrows and Alger Governor Bliss and andMr andMr
I Mr ODonnellThe ODonnell ODonnellThe ODonnellThe
The President addressed ndc1re sed the delegution delega delegation delsntlon ¬
tion briefly in n response respon e saying hewould he hewould hewould
would attend If 1 lble
possible pos and would re return return return ¬
turn a definite answer soon He was
treatment treatment It Is understood that one oneor onoJr onejr
or Jr two pertinent questions wore omltod omltodin omltodIn omitaddo
in the examination of witnesses however how however howeQJ ¬
ever and anc tho board bQar believed it host bestto hostto bastto
to let let its I committee on medical charitiesferret charities charitiesferret challUosferrot
ferret out the facts for itself itselfAS Itselfsoon itselfsoon
AS soon soon as a tho investigation can be beleted befetea beleted
leted fetea a report r J > ort in full will 111 be made madehe madee
4 he e Board of Charities < J and trans transtcd trauKtcd traiiated
tcd to the th District Commissioners Commissionersthrough Commissionersthrougb Commissionersthrough
through Commissioner Mucfarland MucfarlandThe MacCarlrtndThe MacfarlandThe
The Coroner Jury found that Offutt 01uttUft Offuttwas Offuttwas
was Uft taken to the th hospital suffering from froma
a fracture fra ture of the skull through which whicha
a portion of tho brain was oozing Not Notwithstanding NotWithstanding Notwithstanding ¬
withstanding this fact the hospital sur surgeons surgoons surgeons ¬
geons it Is said < ald delayed treatment untilthe until untilthe untIlthe
the nature of the Injury could be as ascertained alcertnlned ascertained ¬
certained It Is argued that the na nature nature nature ¬
ture of the Injury should have boon self selfevident selColdent selfevident
evident evidentDISTRICT oldentDISTRICT evidentSTRICT
To Reach NonResidents inAbating in inAbating inAbating
Abating g Nuisances NuisancesTHE NuisancesTHE NuisancesTHE
Mr Longworthy Replies to Attack UponEim Upon Uponim Uponlim
lim im by Representative Baler BaKer on onOhio onOhio onOhio
Ohio Politics PoliticsThe PoliticsThe
The House devoted its entire session sosslontOdaytQ sessiontoday
today tOdaytQ Sq to the consideration of District Districtbusiness Districtbnslnofls Districtbusiness
business bnslnofls This was the thefirst first District Districtday Districtday Districtday
day in the House thus far In this Con Congress Congross Congross ¬
gross and and six bills were were passed passedThe passedThe pass Cd CdThe
The flratjblll first bill JlltaJen taken talfen up up mas vtfas as the meas measure moasUte1titxctfi1 maasureiilt4Iiced ¬
ure Ute1titxctfi1 ureiilt4Iiced Ititc dubsd 9d 3lJvBabooflk dIrB 1 hoaal oak p aJijfc i ilag k kIng
Ing for trie the abatement abatoment atlmQnt of f nuisances nuisancesExplaining nutstlttcesExplalQlng nuisancesExplaining
Explaining the measure Mr otr Babcock Babcocksaid Babcocksnld Babcocksaid
said the present law was defective d uctJve in inthat Inth inthat
that th t it does not reach nonresidents norirasidentsand nonrosldentsand nonresidentsand
and does not provide a means for the thecollection thecollection thecollection
collection of o expenses incurred In cor correcting correcting correcting ¬
recting these abuses The pending meas measure measure measure ¬
ure he said was to correct these theseabuses theseabuses theseabuses
abuses and to roach nonresidentsHeight nonresidents nonresidentsHeight nonresldentsHeight
Height of Buildings BuildingsThe BuildingsThe BuildingsThe
The next bill considered was the thecommittee thecommltt th thcommittee e
committee commltt e bill to amend the act to regu regulate regu regulate regulate ¬
late the height of buildings In the Die District DI DItrlct Dieof ¬
trict of Columbia The bill was passed passedas
as was also the Williams bill providing providingfor providingfor providingfor
for the rasubdivislon r ubdivision of lots on blocks blocksThe < < J JThe
The next bill considered and pQSIedwas passed passedwas passedwas
was the one amending the act wltic wlticgives which whichgives h
gives the Commissioners authority t to todesignate todeslgnnte 0
designate business streets streetsThe streetsThe 0t
The bill relating to the establishment establishmentof t
of building lines was also passed ptl scd It Itprovides Itprovides 1 It
provides that the damages awarded in inthe inthe i ithe n
the establishment of building lines shall shallbe shallbe shal shalbe 1
be paid out of funds available for open opening openIng openfag 1a ¬
ing extending and widening alleys and andminor andminor anc ancminor a
minor streets and in all payments the theaccounting thoaccounting theaccounting
accounting officer shall take into ac account account account ¬
count the assessment for benefits and andthe nndthe an anthe d
the award award owr for damages and shall pay payonly payonl pa y
only onl such part of the award as may ma b be bein beIn C C1n
in excess of ate the assessment for benefits benefitsagainst benefitsagninst bonefi bonefiagainst
against the part of such lot not taken takenand takonand takenand
and there shall be credited on such as assesament WIse assessmont
sesament se mont the amount of such awnrd not notin notIn no noIn t
in excess exc S6 of said assessment assessmentThe assetsmentThe assessmentThe
The House then went into Committee Committeeof Committeof e
of the Whole hole on the bill to enable the thePIntsch thePlntsch thePintsch ec c
PIntsch Gas Company to extend its itsmains itsmains
mains to the now Union Depot Whit Whitthe While Whilethe Vhl1ethe e
the measure was under consideration considerationMr
Mr Longworth Rep Ohio took oc occasion oc0n ¬
casion east 0n to reply t to o the attack of Repre Representative Rep ro ¬
sentative Baker In the House recently recentlyupon rcenuyupon recentlyupon r
upon Ohio politics and especially upon uponBoss uponBoss upo upoBoss n
Boss Cox of Cincinnati CincinnatiThe Cincinnatirho CincinnatiThe
The committee then arose and pass passed passedthe passedthe
the bill billThe 1 billThe > 111 111The
The House adjourned at 125 oclock
freely treel applauded He said he considered consideredthis consideredthis considerethis d
this Invitation stood In a class clns by b It Itself Itselt itself ¬
self and that tho policies now being belnsfurthered bola bolafurthered R
furthered by the tb Administration wore woresuch werosuch wet wetsuch o
such as to warrant a celebration of tho thoanniversary thoannlversarl th thanniversary o
anniversary anniversaryMany annlversarlMan anniversaryMany
Many Man prominent Michigan politicians politicianswere politicianswero politicianwere s
were wero In the party ExGov John T Rich Richand Rlohand Rio Rioand
and 8 number of the
8 State officers were wjjrepresent werepresont w > ir C Cpresent
present presentGeneral presontneral presentGeneral
General neral Grosvenor of Ohio at the theWhite theWhite th thWhite e
White House today talked with the thePresident th thPresident thPresident e
President on the factional contest in the theBuckeye theBuckeye th thBuckeye e
Buckeye State between the Hanna and andForaker andFomker an anForaker d
Foraker forces General G meral Grosvenor de deClares dedares I Iclarets
clarets the seriousness of this has bdon bdont b bee beeexaereited 6n 6npx n
t px exaereited exaereited17iere xasrerated xasreratedThere erated eratedl
There l l ero is no such tight in my own dis district district dI dItrict s ¬
trict he said We e are all Hanna men menand mennnd me meand n
and Fornkor men and Roosevelt Roosevelt men in inthat Inthat I Ithat nI
that district and nre not quarreling quarrelinghave I Ihuve Ihave
have no apprehension that the contest contestnow contestnow coutesnow gt
now on In certain districts Is to become becomeState becomeStnte beeornState e
State wide wideGovernor wideGoernor wideGovernor
Governor Cummins of Iowa who is on onhis onhis o ohis n
his way wa to Washington will confer with withthe wit witthe h
I Ithe
the President probably tomorrow oil oilthe o othe n
the political poll tical situation in his State J j
Adopts Amendments Re Requiring Requiring Reuiring ¬
quiring Panamas PanamasSupport PanamasSupport PanamasSupport
Support SupportMORGAN SupportMORGAN SupportMOR
50000000 r Payment Not 1 toBe to toBe toBe
Be lade Until April Aprili Aprilat Aprilat
i at Earliest EarliestThe
The Panama Canal treaty wn was today todayordered todayordered todayordered
ordered reported favorably to the Sen Senate Senate Senate ¬
ate by > the Committee on Foreign Rela Relations RelntlQ Relafd ¬
tions tlQ fd ms S Several amendments which were werecomparatively werecCmlnnltlvlI werecomparatively
comparatively unimportant In their ef effect eCfect effect ¬
fect but which will necessitate sending sendingthe sendingthe sendingthe
the treaty buck to Panama for con concurrence concurrence concurrence ¬
currence were adopted adoptedThe adoPtedThe adoptedThe
The debate here Is expected to occupy oc occupy oceup ¬
cupy eup > from four to six weeks and it will willthen w11lth willthen
then th < > n take at least a month to send sendthe sendthQ sendthe
the treaty down to Panama P namn have hav it itacted itacted itacted
acted upon there and returned to Wash Washington Washington VashInston ¬
ington for the exchange of ratifications ratificationsNo ratificationsNo ratificationsNo
No Payments Until April AprilIt
It is believed therefore that the pay payments payments payrrlents ¬
ments to the Panama Canal Company Companyand Companand Companyand
and the Republic of Panama aggregat aggregating aggr aggregatlagi0000000 gnt gnting ¬
lagi0000000 ing JnOOOOOOu OOOOOO will not need to bu b financed financ financed financed ¬
ed before April at the earliest earliestMorgan earliestMorgan earliestMorgan
Morgan Charges Subterfuge SubterfugeThe
The decision d cJslon to report r port the treaty fa favorably favorably favorably ¬
vorably was not reached without a x pro protest protest protest ¬
test from the minorityAfter minority minorityAfter mlnorlt mlnorltA
After A ttf > I four fou amendments had been beenadopted l beenadopted cn cnadopted
adopted providing for certain sanitary sanitaryprovisionr sanJtnryprolslonr sanitaryprovisions
provisions and giving to the United UnitedStates UnitedSttes UnitedStates
States the absolute absolu control of the harbors har harbors harbors ¬
bors of Colon and Panama Mr Mor Morgan 1101gan Morgan ¬
gan moved that article 22 of the treaty treatybe treatybe i
be stricken out outMr outMr i
Mr Lodge objected and to sustain hispositionread his hisposition I Iposltlonread
posltlonread position rend ji II motion he had filed Sat Saturday SatI SatIurda Saturday ¬
urday urda providing that the treaty trea shouldbe should shouldbe shouhbe
be reported after pending amendment amendmenthad am amendmentshad ndmcntC I
had been disposed of Mr Morgan oorgan as asserted asserted asserted ¬
serted warmly thatJie that ale was lS not presentthrs present presentthat presentu
thrs u GaturilaYIl fiaturdaxua 1 r bargen bargenthat h rge4 rge4that
that none was heldr held find inllt hat thatt thattwas at t rdotloir rdotloirwas n1otI01 1 1WIUt
was a subterfuge subterfugeThe subterfugeThe I
The motion of Mr Lodge was agreed agreedto i
to and the treaty treat ordered to be re reported reported ¬
ported favorably to the Senate SenateMessrs SenateMessrs SenateMessrs
Messrs Foraker Bacon McCrearyand McCreary McCrearyand I
and Clark of Montana were absent absentIN
London Ascribes Change of ofView ofView offlew
View to America AmericaRUSSIA mericaRUSSIA
Will Confer With the Japanese Minis Minister rr1iD1Steriot ¬
ter teriot Not Prepared Preparedto
to Eight EightLONDON Fi EightLONDON ht htLONDON
LONDON Jan lBTho IS Tho barometer ofthe of ofthe orthe
the Far Eastern sltutttlon sltu tlon which bAS 1msnow bASnow
now dropped and again risen today fore forecasts CereCftst1 era eracasts ¬
casts pence > Galce A spirit of optimism hastaken has hastaken hastAken
taken hold of semiofficial circles and andeverywhere undovorwher ten d
everywhere ovorwher this morning the prospect prospoctof pr08pt t tor
of war is ignored and reasons are given givenwhy gl givenwhy n nwhy
why the Czar and his advisers must re retreat retreat ¬
treat from the position they have taken takenand takenand takenand
and submit to the Japanese demands demandsAll dem nds ndsAll
All dispatches from the sent of trou trouble trouble trouble ¬
ble seem to bear out this optimistic at attitude attitude attitude ¬
titude From several sources comes th threport the thereport thereport e
report that Russia Ru ia is about to drop he hepretensions her herpretensions herprotenslon r
pretensions regarding Korea Iore and go stillfurther still stillfurther MUllturther
further toward opening ports in n Mancharts Man Manchuria Inn Innchuria ¬
Due to AngloSaxons AngloSaxonsIt
It Is generally thought that the two twothings twothings twothings
things which have done most toward towardbringing towardbrlnsins towa towabringing rd
bringing about this state > of affairs are arethe arctho ar arthe c
the arrangement of the commercial commercialtreaty commerchdtronty commerchttreaty
treaty between the United States and andChina andChina an anChina d
China giving America commercial ports portsin portsIn portsin
in the Flowery Flowct Kingdom Insdom and the speechof speech speechof spt h hof
of Premier Balfour at Manchester Mnnche ter Inst InstMonday las t
Monday 2 > night in TMCI he stated that thatEngland thatEnsland the theEngland t
England would curry ctltT out all her treaty treatyobligations treutyobllsntlons treat treatobligations Y
obligations In the Fur Enst EastA EnstA EnstA
A dispatch from Berlin this morning morningquotes morningquotes morningquotes
quotes a telegram from St Petersburg Petersburgwhich Petersburgwhich Petersbur Petersburwhich g
which appears in the Cologne Ga Gazotte Gazotte
zotte and which states that the th Japa Japanese Japanese Japanose ¬
nese minister at St Petersburg will b be bereceived berecolved 0
received In special audience by b the Czar Czarat Cza Czaat r
at the Tsarkoe Selo Palace > today to ay This Thishas Thishas
has given rise to the belief that the theRussian theRusslnn ih
Russian ruler Is determined l termlnad to arrange arrangepeace arr nge ngepeace
peace and desires to discuss ways and andmoans andmoans an anmoans d
moans with the Japanese represents representaRussia ropn > senta sentatle
Russia Needs Coal CoalThe CoalTho CoalThe
The Manchester Dlepatch hears that thatRussian thatRussian thatRussian
Russian unpreparodnesi Is the most po potent potent ¬
tent factor In the maintenance of peace peaceThis peaceThis pose
This Is especially o peclaJly rue iift in the matter of ofcoal otcoal o
coal supply The deficiency 1oficionc In coal coalsays Coial onl onlSKS
says the paper could not be remedied remediedbefore remeilldbefore remediedbefore
before the end of the winter winterLEXINGTON winterLEXINGTON
LEXINGTON Ky Jan IS ISM M Suma Sumagata Sumagnta
sofa to Tokyo Japan who Is believed believedto belheto 1
to bo an agent agl > nt of the Japanese govern government goernment government ¬
ment arrived hero last night While hlle he hedeclined hedeclined h
declined to make known I nown his business businessin buslneain s
in this city elt It is the general belief that thatho thath
ho h Is trying to buy a large number oC oChorsos o f
horses hON S for the use of the Japanese Japanesearmy JapaneseIlrmy Japanesearmy
IN 11 I MACHEN MACH EN 1 CASE CASEGovernment CASEGovernment 1 1Government
Government Traces Relations Between Lo Lorenz Lorenz Lorenz ¬
renz and Former Superintendent SuperintendentDe SuperintendentDefense De Defense ¬
fense Scores Another Point PointMILTON PointMILTON
rAssistent Assistant Ssistan Attorney C General encral A Assigned i Z11 gA ed d ta the Postoffice Postoffi ce Cases Cast
I Tracing the relations between betw > n the de defendants dt dttendants defendants ¬
fendants was begun this morning in the thetrial th thI thntrial
I trial of A W Macheh the th Groff broth brothers brothers brothers ¬
ers and Mr and Mrs George E Lorenz Lorenzon Loren Lorenon Lorenzon
on the charge of conspiring to defraudthe defraud defraudthe defraudthe
the Government in obtaining an ex excessive eCee excessive ¬
cessive ee slve price for Groff letter box fast fasteners tftSteners fasteners ¬
eners enersA enersA enersA
A boardinghouse keeper was put on onthe onthe onthe
the stan and testified that Lorenz lived livedat Uvedat livedat
at his house and that he sometime sometimecame somett sometimescame eH eHcame
came home in a carriage with Machen Machenbut Machenbut Machenbut
but but that the latter did not enter the thehouse thehouse thehouse
Signatures Identified IdentifiedVlUlam IdentifiedWilliam j jWilliam
William Sepp assistant superintend superintendent ¬
ent of free ree delivery In the tb Toledo Ohio Ohiopoatoffice CJhIopOstoffice Ohiopostofice
poatoffice testified testi ed that MaChen M hen was as assistant assistant assistant
sistant Postaster there when Lorenz Lorenzwas LoJrenzvas Lorenzwas
was postmaster 3 A Smith cashier cashierof cashierof cashierof
of the Raleigh Hotel identified registers registersof regl ters tersor
of that Hostelry no l1 lry containing cOnt containing dnlng entries of ofLorenz otLorenzs ofLorenzs
Lorenz Lorenzs is name In 1911191 1SH 190S and 1908 MrSapp Mr MrSapp lIirSapp
Sapp identified Ident1ded the signatures of Lofenz Lofenzon L Lorenz Lorenzon enz enzon
on the registers regt ters and a dispute was wasavoided wuaV wanavoided
avoided aV lded by b the defense admitting that thatthey tbatthey thatthey
they were hisThe his hisThe btLThe
The defense again a a1n succeeded s eded this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning In keeping from the Jury or orders ordrs orders ¬
ders and Mile for the fasteners on the thej thefround tileground
ground that they were evidences 1den < < s of aA aAallled analleged
j alleged conspiracy and that conspiracy conspiracyhad cOl1sptra conspiracyhad y yI
I had not been proven Justice Prlteh Prltehard PrItekerd Pritchard
ard allowed the papers to be identified identifiedbut idenUftedbut identifiedbut
but would nut allow all w them to be read reaflto rea4to
to the jury Counsel on both sides said saidthey stdthey 14 14the
they the would stand by b that ruling for the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present and wait watt until the technical technicalpoint tecbnlcalpoint
kpotitt point involved Inolv d la t argued fully tomorrow tomorrowor tomoirnvror
or the next day dayThe da daThe dayThe
The rulings on that point are by no nomeans nomeans nomanna
means unanimous unnntmous and th the argument r n10ftt IB IBexpected itsI
I expected to be prolonged and Important ImportantTfl lmPOltUtNEGROES importantMEGRE8
Tfl TO ID otmr SERVE QPRUC i flo AS AQ JUnUtio JUnUtioUnited JURORSi JURORSiUnited IHRflRQ
United Stat States Supreme Court ReversesDecision Reverses ReversesDecision I IDecision
Decision of Alabama Tribunal in inthe I
the Rogers Case CaseIn CaseIn
In the case of Rrjers vs v the State Stateof I
of Alabama the Supreme SupremttCourt Court of the theUnited thoUnited theUnited
United States today sustained su tallMtt the right rightof i iof
of th t the negro to serve as a juror in incriminal 1acriminal I Icrhnln61
criminal cases casesRogers cusesRogers easesRogers
Rogers was tried for murder and andnegroes I Inegroes
negroes were not allowed to sit on the thejury thejur theJury
jury jur > for no other reason rea on It is aileg alleged allegedthan d dthan I Ithan
than that of their race and color The TheSupreme i
Supreme Coor of the United ted Sta Staholds StaUa StaUaholds Star Starholds < ds
holds this thl to f e ea a denial of equal ual rights rightsunder rt3kUunder rightsunder
under the Fourteenth F rt nth Amendiuent AmendiuentThe Ameadrmtrhe AmendrentThe
The court based Its ruling 11 lu this thiscase thiscase thiscase
case on the precedent tone t un In that of ofSeth I ISeth
Seth Carter v Vt < the State of Texas the theopinion theI
I opinion in which wits handed down byJustice by byJustice byTu
Justice Tu tlce Crar CrarThe Ora OraThe OraThe
The decision of the AJaUan Afa1aama Aa ma supremecourt supreme supremecourt npnmecourt
court against ag in t the negro ne o Rogers > was wasfor WHSfor VIlM VIlMtor
for the reasons eta stated ted reversed reversedNEGRO r revcrsodNEGRO flnoo flnooNEGRO
Among the th callers o OR the President Presidenttoday Preahienttotla Presidenttoday
today totla were war several prominent negro negromembers negromembors negromembers
members of r the Grand United Order 8C 8COdd e eOdd f fOdd
Odd FollovJa of America who have been beenattending betDI bee n
I attending attendings ti a session session of the executive executiveboard executhbonr1
board In IntUladohlhla PrJlftdelnhku Grand Master MasterJ Ma tr
J McHonry McHonr Jones and Grand Secretary SecretarJ
J F Needhara were among the numberS number
as each side has prepared an extensive extensivebrief extensionbrief
brief on the subject subjectMajor subkctlIajor subjectMajor
Major James Jam > s E Bell superintendent superintendentof
of city c1 delivery in the Wa Washington > nfngton post postoffice postoffice postofice
office was on the stand this morning and andexplained andoxplalned andexplained
explained at length the workings workln of the theGroff thoGrotr theGroff
Groff fastener fasten He sold there thpr was onfile on onfile onftle
file In the department no official letter letterfrom letttrfrom letterfrom
from the Washington Vashrn ton postmaster ask asking askIng asklag ¬
ing for the device nor was there any anyrecommendation anyrecommendation anyrecommendation
recommendation or comment by the themajor tbeJ themajor
major J 04or upon the device such as Is al always alw always ¬
ways w s made when the city postofflce tries triesan triesan triesan
an experiment experimentMajor ex > erJmentMajor erJment erlmentMajor
Major Bell was emphatic in his state statement statemfnt statement ¬
ment that the tbeCasteaer fastener was a good thingand thing thingand thingnnd
and well 8nworthy worthy of a place among Gov Government Government Goverament ¬
ernment erament supplies The defense de fns was wasquestioning wa waquestIonins wasquestioning
questioning him along that line > wiefi wll N > fetr tx
District Attorney Attorne Beach for the thecution > JrosE JrosEcutlon Xrose Xrosecutlon
cutlon said St d there had never nevt > r a rH oc4 < L
f j any J
dispute about the merits of the fovven fovvention inentJo nven nvention
tion tJo
Defendants Are Tardy TardySamuel TardySamuel TardySamuel
Samuel A Groff was the ugly ot Olp of
the defendants deend = nts or attorney < pret preLer pr eTt eTtwhen ertwhen > t twhen
when court met and the session see9f n did Vnot a h > t
begin until 1035 1 15 a m After fmee gt gtting gttlng gti
ting tang started Justice Aritchard A rite hard i vursUtI vursUtIhit yursut > rsu vi vihl i ihis
hl hit his policy of requiring all funslsten funslstenhaste runsistenhaste < unstetenk unstetenkhaste
haste and stopped Ntopp d sexera several us > line diss dissevasions dis disCis discussions
evasions evasionsThe Cis lons lonsThe t tThe
The attendance has dwindled andthere and andthere andtr
there tr was a number of vacact vacai t seeks sevs Se In Inthe Intbe inthe
the courtroom this morning mor ing Late LattMwhen Lattlwhen Latewhen
when toe inspectors and otb other r experts expertsare PXpErtsare expertsare
are put on the stand and the n testimony ftstlmony1a stlmonyis
is in regard to the detective work done doneon doneon doneon
on the tb case the evidence will t ie more moreInteresting morehtereatJitg moreItteesthtg
Interesting to the general nera public pth and the thecourt thtco thecourt
court co rt officers orn rs anticipate a larger lumber lumberof liJmbtorof numberof
of spectatorsCaitlssed spectators spectatorsCoRtUMKHl spectatorsCaRtt
CoRtUMKHl CaRtt eeIl OB Second Page PagePil Pa PaSENATOR PageIJIJAY
Laughable Incident in the Corridor ofCapitol of ofCapitol ofCapitol
Capitol Leading From Rotunda Rotundato
to t the North Wing WingUor WingSe WingSenator
Se Senator Uor Quay Q whose astute a1tuhuNH nrss niss invariably Inva Invariably Invalotftbly ¬
riably protects him against ny n potttl potttlcal politted politlcal
cal surprise was Wl held up todujr In th thCapitol thCapI thb thbCapitol
CapI Capitol J He was brought to a standstill standoJliUby stands till tillby
by two doorkeepers doork < ept > rs of the lnit United d States StatesSupreme StJUeJISreme StatenSupreme
Supreme Court but took tir t Incident lacidfntFOd incidentgood Incidentfood
food aLtuN naturely ly u i even made mld some somejocular tiomaJecular somejocular
jocular comments mt1nls upon the incident inddentThe inekientThe incidentThe
The Penn Penavlvanui Pen vlvuua haI1lH Senator was pro prooeeXUag profrom
needing from the th rotunda to th the Sonata Senatejust SonataJust S4 > 1lita
Just before noon He was pa P11 passing wing Ing the theSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Court chamber > r when the sig signal gign signal ¬
nal n 1 was given that the augus body bod ofjustices of ofjustices
justices was as about to cross r s i < orndor orndorj
to open the court Instantly lnlctu1tl die he twostalwart two twonegro
stalwart negro doorkeepers docdt sprang for Torward forWfttd for forward
ward directly in front fro t of tht 3enuor 3enuorand eiuuor eiuuorand eI Uor Uorhili
and his companion and put up ife the bar barrier barrier
rier of long slk liken i cords cordsWhen >
When Uu inch cn iWI1 < ral p1 passageway p sagtwar is iatlrti34 iatlrti34closed ii ds Js Jsclosed
closed for the i rcw a1 w moments momt > nts necessary necessaryto
to permit the court to cross Uv tI tb corridor corridoreveryone co1ridort
everyone < < > t > ryone even a r Snator 5 taator has to stop stopMr stoPMr stopMr
Mr Quay took the interruption good goixluaturedly goodnaturedly
uaturedly and smiled as his hi friend re remarked r rmarkecl remarked ¬
marked Theyve gotten out rn lujunc lujuncton
ton t on against you youOnly youI youOnly
I Only nh a temporary t t1pornr on one lrtptly r rnptly re replied r rI ¬
plied the Senator Im not n > t s scared ured ai aiall a aall atall
I all about tie t ll consiquncis consiquncisThe conStqupnrlSThd coasequeneeThe
The barriers were wor then nosed and the theSenator theSlnator theSenator
Senator proceeded proc cded Into the Senate

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