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Over One Hundred De Deposit Deposit Deposit ¬
posit 1 at the PoliceStations Police PoliceStations P lice liceStations
Congress Will Be Asked Askedto AskedtoPass to toPass toPass
Pass Old Bill for Re Removing Ren10ving Removing
moving Snow SnowWithin SnowWithin SnowWithin
Within the past ten days more than tbanJOO thanBoo
Boo informations have been sworn out outfn outtn outht
fn the Police Court against property troP8rtYowner propertyowners propertyowners
owners agents Ire caancl and tenants in Wash Washington WashIngton Ut UtIngton ¬
ington for the nonpetnoval eX e attowfrom snow snowfrcm 45110 45110frem
from the sidewalk eidewalka ldewalk In the lf majority majorityof 1 < aJorlty ajorityof aJorltyor
of cases the person p4Yaoda served have rave de deposited de deposited Ieposuoo ¬
posited 1 l at a police station and the thecase theoaae t tCase he
case was ended In the remahjlpg remhiipgthe cases casesthe CAkSth
the th persons accused went into the P Pd Po Police Polfee c ¬
d lice Court for trial and were assessed kaeeseedit e ed edI
91 I by Judge Kimball in h accordance with withan withan withan
an act of Congress CongressThe Longr LongrThe CongressThe
The District prosecutor says moat mo t o othese of ofthese orthf8t f
these cases t 8et1 were against
property ownors own ownors ownrs
ors > rs whose houses are unoccupied The Thesidewalks Theslciewalks Th Thsidewalks e
sidewalks around vacant lots were no noolonrud not notcleared et t
cleared of snow and the owners were wereserved w wer werserved < > re reBcncd e
served with warrants for violating the th e
law It is a not asserted a88erte < l that any owner owneragent ownerasent owneragent
agent or tenant within the city limits limitsdeliberately liml limldt ifmldeliberately
deliberately dt > Ubf > rately left the snow on the street streetpreferring streetlrefeITlng streetpreferring
preferring to pay 1 but in most cases casesthere ca5C8there ca cathere se8
there appears to have ita been either an anovefsight anovetSltht anoversight
oversight or an inability to procure Hut nuffleloit HutfieJelt Ku KuP
P fleloit men to clean off the snow before beforethe btfo btfothe hefothe n
the expiration of four hours the time timeallowed tImeallowed timeallowed
allowed for its removal removalUnconscious removalUnconscious removalUnconscious
Unconscious Violation ViolationToday VioiationTcdllY 7ioiationToday
Today more than 100 persons call callat called calledat ed I
at the various police stations and ad de deposited deI deposited e ¬
posited 1 for what is termed 1uIc exam nwcunscloiis examsclous n nfCIOU8
scloiis violation of the law lawAn lawAn V VAn
An act of JC1bngrese Ctoftgrese CcrIIgre approved appmvedfCl appreveft appreveftagent itajroli itajroliagent t011
2 wo at atJtftit
agent Jtftit or tenant at each elt bourn bournbnllcting r rbulMing r rImltdlng
bnllcting or lot or lot iota 9f tf ground fit i fit the theDistrict UaeDistrict theDistrict
District of Columbia shall wHhia bl t the theflret theflrst th thI e
I first four hours hour of daylight after every
fall of snow carpe cause ca the tl1 < same me to bemoved be re removed nomod ¬
moved entirely t > nUrt > ly from oft the paved pavedwalk side sidewalk sidewalks
walk opposite > each house hou buildingor building buU4in lot lotor lotor
or land under penalty IXnalt of 1 for each eachlot ftLChlot eac eaclot loth h
lot for every vej such neglect to be paid pUdby paidby
by said aid owner ag a agent < < nt or tenant tenantSection ttnantStUon tenantSection
Section 2 That In case where the thesidewalks theI th thsidewalks e
I sidewalks are covered covtrt > d with tee the own owner owner owner ¬
er agent or tenant of any an building
lot or lots of yround round in the District Districtof Dl DLtrieof trlet trletColumbia i
of Columbia shall promptly cause the thepaved tilepuv4Pd thepuved
paved sidewalks or paved portions lJOltl o othe of ofthe 01the t
the sidewalks opposite his hi a her or their theirpremises theirpremi8es the thei
i premises to be strewn with ashes 1UJhe send sendsawdust aendsawduat nc1 nc1sawdust
sawdust or some 80m aomi > other suitable sub substance substance ub ubIKAnce ¬
stance that will insure or contributethe contribute to tothe totM
the safety of pedestrians under thealy the theaUy ea eaalr
alr of 1 for each lot for each neglect neglectWould neglectWould
Would Reintroduce ill illThf i1lTh illThe
The District Commissioners today toda de determined detfrrriloo d dtermLed ¬
termined to request reqt > lIt of Congress Conl that thatSenate thatSenate tha thaSenate t
Senate Mil 3190 providing for the thentoval re removal removal ¬
moval of snow now and ice from the side sidewalks aldewalks sidewalks ¬
walks of the District be bf > reintroduced retatroducedEvery reintroducedEvery < l lEver
Ever Every effort will be bf > exerted 4I > by the DIstrot Dis District ¬ I
trot authorities to obtain its passage paaasgeThis PMareThill passageThis
This bill was Jlrst rift Introduced by It the thelate thelate t tlate he
late Senator McMillan during durl the theseeMon first firstsession ftratsEMlon firstIn
session of the Fiftyseventh Congress CongressIt I
It passed the Senate but was killed killedthe in inthe I I Ithe
the House HouseIt HoueeIt
It provides that it shall be the duty dutyit ctut ctutof dutyof v
of every tenant it or occupant of any lot lotor lotor lotor t
or lots of ground In the District im improved imP improved ¬
proved P od by a house or building adjacent adjacentto adJa adjaennto nt ntto r
to any improved sidc sidewalk ak within the thefirst th thftrst L Lfirst >
first four hours of daylight after the theceasing theCfA th thceasing e
ceasing CfA lng of any an 1lJ nll of snow to caue cauesaid eau eausaid JIu < psaid p
said Know to be removed OYe4 from the paved pavedsidewalk pav pavsidewalk pavadMeeut
sidewalk sidewalkto adjacent t to such lot or lots lotsto lot s I Ito
to the extent in length to which said saidlot as aslot id I It
lot > t or lots abut thereon and to the ex extent cxtent ¬ i
tent In breadth of not n t lass w than thanfeet six sixfeet I X Xftet
Must Sprinkle Walksa Walks WalksShould WalksShould
a Should the snow no melt and form ice icefreezing IcefrtZlnlr 1 1freezing
freezing to the pavement pa vtmtnt the tenants tenantsshall tenants8bU tenantshall s
shall sprinkle the sidewalks with sand sandsawdust undNwdust san sansawdust d
sawdust or some me similar substance to toprevent toprevfnt t tprevent °
prevent pedestrians from slipping nllppingA
A violation of thl act is to be pun punished punIhed punfished ¬
fished by a fine of not more than 16 or orimprisonment 01 01Jmprbwnment o oimprisonment r
imprisonment In the workhouse for formore not notmow notmor no t
mow than five IIv days daysThe da dar daysTh
Th The r bill also provides that the District DistrictCommissioners D rlstrt rlstrtCommissioners trlct trlctCommlslonerw
Commissioners shall n keep clean the th side sidewalk sideIk sidewalks ¬
walks walk Ik adjacent to public building and andparks andp an anpsrks d
parks p l1ul and they are authorized to clean cleansidewalk cleansidewalk clea cleaaidewalks n
sidewalk in front of unimprovedand unimproved lots lotsand JouRnd
and a alelt iM > H8 the charge leidnst + igin t the pro proerty prop property proptrty p ¬
erty in case > a compliance with the th law lawcannot lawCAAot la lac w wof
cannot c neot be obtained from the ownerthe owner of ofthe ortbe
the property propertyWEATHER propertWEATHER propertyWEATHER
The temperatures in New England and a aeastern and andeastern nd
eastern New Nf > w York have again fallen flI to toaero toero t0zero
aero ero and lnt below bt > low There > has also l been beenconsiderable > e n a aconsiderable acoll8k1f1oblf
considerable fall along the middle and andsouth aDdsouth a asouth
south A Atflt Aautic antic coastThe coast coastTh eoaetTb
Th The < > plaiau rrjsiiD rC < < hn depression will willsnove willovt wi wiove lI
snove ovt enstsoutbeaet PftKt outlaeaet during the nex nexthirtysix n nxt nxttblrty1riJ xt xtthirtysix r
thirtysix hours giving rain in the > lower lowerMisehslppi If low lowMI r rMJ
Misehslppi MJ Ifslpr1 and lower 1OW r Ohio valley valle an ansnow an1 an1snow c csnow
snow in the > upper Ohio and lower L hi hiion 111 111rCJdon rl rlre > <
rCJdon re ion tomorrow tomorrowthe t tomorrowThe morrow morrowThe
the temperature will rise rill In th < lake lakeregion Jak Jakregion lakregion
region tonight and It will > > warmermorrow warmer to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow in the Ohio Ohl hlo valley am and the th low lower lower to toer w ¬
er Mississippi van valley y Including Tenncoe Tennes Tennessee Tt > nml nmlee ¬
see oe ee
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Sun rls ri nets tR < s tumor tomorrow row 7ltJani 7ltJaniT1I 716 16alTI 16alTIfUJE a aTIUE m
High ti thin < l tilay t Iay KWHITI KWHITIHigh t44 01 < < a aHigh am amHIgh m
High t tm tauter W iumurruK 4u turao ruw91arn ruvH 914 am amJi li 4 pm pmLaw µ m mLow t tLow n
Low tide tomorrow 328 am 336 3 pm p m
All Democratic Denloc atic Citizens CitizensInvited CitizensInvited CitizensInvited
Invited to Unite UniteWith UniteWith UniteWith
MEETING 0 OF COMMITTEE COMMITTEEArrangements COMiVITIEEAtrangenlents Ik IkArrangements ITT E
Arrangements to Be Com Comi Completed Colnhfeted
i pteted in Conference Conferenceat
at St Louis LouisThe LouisTI LouisThe
The TI Hon James K Jong Jonn chairman chairmanof
of the DemoaadeNatlonal Democratic National Committee Committeethis Committeettue Committeetitle
this afternoon issued the call for tho thonational thonatlODlLl thenational
national convention CODven 8n to be held at St StLouis StLoW StLouis
Louis LoW on July 6 Q U Under er the terms tarms of the thecall theeall thecall
call each State Statets IB entitled to representa representation 1epresentllUon represantaUon ¬
Uon equal to double the number of Its ItsSenators ItsSeoatorv
Senators and Rspresentatlees Rejffcseii Reprellel1tatl88 tativea In Con Congress CongrM ¬
gress and each Territory Alaska A1 ska In Indian Indian ¬
dian Territory and nd the Ut District of Co Columbia Colulbbta Coluthbla ¬
lumbia six dolORWtes The call con concludes concludes aonciudes ¬
cludes cludesAll cludesAll ciudesAll
All Democratic dtfeene of the United UnitedStates
States who can unite with UK In the effort ef effort erI
I fort for fora a pure and economical constl consUI constltutional
I tutlonal government are cortttalry Invited Invitedto h1 tied ftodI
to Join us in a sending delegates delept to the theconvention
I convention conventionPersonnel C conventionPersonnel < uentlonPersonnel
Personnel of Committee CommitteeChairman
i I Chairman Jones also announced today todaythe td tdthe
the personnel of the committee on nr arrangements nrrangements ¬
rangements for the convention mid has hascalled hasalled hascalled
called a meeting of that committee for forFobruary forF
dribn Fobruary F uatry ry 2 next at 10 D oclock n m atthe at atthe atthe
the Southern Hotel St Louts Mo MoThe MoThe 0 0The
The membership of the commIttee Is laas Isas isas
as follows followsJamoB followsr08
JamoB JssatosR JC Jones Jone chairman ox Xi officio offlcioWtllhtm officioWUlam
Wtllhtm J Stone vice VlcDolmlrman chairman ex exofflato exofUelo e eotlNtdc
offlato offlatoT
J aP t qlUl l lQttijt
Qttijt QttijtN 111g1t1 111g1t1N
N T L L Maek Naw Yorkl YorklJ York YorkJ
J G Johnson 101 1sOo Kansas KansasJohn
John H R McLean Ohio OhioJ OhioJ
J r M Head Tennessee TennesseeJohn Tenne TennesseeJohn ee eeJohn
John E Osborne Wyoming WyomingPOSTAL
Conflicting Conflicting C0l1flict 11g Orders as to toBeavers
I Beavers ConsideredRUNKEL Considered ConsideredRUNKEL
Solicitor General Hoyt Asks That Cases CasesBe CasesBe Case CaseBe s
Be Advanced AdvanoedMotion Motion Is Still StillUnder StillUnder
Under Consideration ConsiderationThe
The postoiBce ee scandals can4aI made their theirfirst theirtint the thefirst r
first appearance hi the United States StatesSupreme Stat StatSupreme I
Supreme Court today to4a Judge Larcombe Larcombeo
of o the United States Stat Circuit Court of ofNew orNew o oNew
New York had ordered that George W WBeavers S1
I Beavers Bean former chief of the division of ofsalaries r rularNa l lalaries
salaries and allowances who Is I under underIndictment underIndJ
Indictment IndJ tmQt should be turned over to the theFederal thePederal
Federal authorities thorltlea In Brooklyn for trial trialJudge trialTudp trialJudge
Judge Holt of o the United States district districtcourt dlstrlctcourt
court in New York had granted a war warrant warrant ¬
rant of removal to Washington Iutrton in the thecase thecalM thecase e
case of Maurice Runkel who Is lncdlelhere indlct Incllcltttl Incllcltttlnre ed d dhere
here Both have appealed to the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremRCoc SupremCourt e
Court CourtSolicitor Coc CocSqlldtor CourtSolicitor
Solicitor General Hoyt today askedthat ask asked askpllthat < ul ulthat i
that the case ca cases be advanced for hearing hearingthe h8t1rlngthe hearingftunkel
the Runkel cas ease tc t some time after the tlwmiddle th thml4dle
middle of March the Beavers case to tosame tosome tosome
some time earlier than tha the first week weekIn veelcIn
In n AprilThe April AprilThe AnlThe
The motion was wa taken under consid consideration consld11on ¬
eration 11on l by r the court courtSEEKING courtSEEKING
A delegation headed h aded by Governor Van Vanint Vaaliialat VantGart
liialat int of o Minnesota was as heard this thisrntaff thl8DMrnhlc thismeriting
meriting rntaff by l y the tb House Committee on onRiver onRJvera
River and Harbors on the proposition propositionto
to fmpt improve + ove the upper Mississippi MlMI lppl River Riverfrom Riverfrom Riverfrom
from Cairo III to St Paul Minn adistance a adistance aditltanee
distance of 0 1 lf186 > miles m e The estimated estimatedcost ptbnatcdcoat sUmatcdcoat
coat of the improvement Is 1ioo 15000000 15000000The 1LgOOo 1LgOOoThe OOO OOOThe
The commKttft asked that the Im Improv Imt impeovardteitts
t prov peovardteitts gn nts l be e completed o m lfUd by the time timethe timcI
i I the remuna F Canal is opened ned to com commerce comI cornmanse ¬
manse The n w members of the th delegation delegationwith delgatlonwith delegationHon
with Governor Van ant were The Hon HonE HonIE Honr
IE > E r B Usher of 0 La Crosse Wia Via Capt CaptAlonuo CaptAlon
Alonuo Alon O Brjrson on dt Davenport Davenport Iowa IowaFrank IowaFrau
Frank Oaiennie of o St Louis Lou and Lewis Lewisi LetB LevvfsBoswell
i B Boswell of Quincy 111 111POPE IIIPOPE IllI IllFRANCE
I ROME Jan Ja lLThe The Pope today had hada
a long interview with th the French am ambaHsador Rmba ambassndor
baHsador ba MBador aa is to what protection France Francewould Fntncewould
would afford trd Catholics In the Far Kant Kantin RatttI itastin
I in th tho event of war between Russia Russialand ItUIIHIRand Russiaand
land and Japan Ta an His Holiness I said If Frarwas Frar Frarj Frarwall >
j was unable to grant sufficient Jrotectiuu Jrotectiuuhf protection protectioni
i i he would appeal to other Catholic pow powFather powI
I era < r
Father Johns Medicine Cures Colds ColdsPrevents
Prevents Jr tmts Pneumonia SO yoars In use useAdv useAc1v
I Adv
Investigation OrderedI Ordered OrderedInto OrderedInto
I Into I lito Death of Offutt OffuttBoard OffuttBoard OffuttBoard
Board of Charities Appoints Committee to In Inquire Inquire Inquire ¬
quire Into Treatment Given Him at atEmergency atEmergency atEmergency
Emergency Hospital
An investigation Into the clrcum circumstances clrcumsttinces clrcumstnnees ¬
stances surrounding the death at tho thoEmergency thoEmorsenc
Emergency Hospital recently of Henry HenryL
L Offutt will be made by a committee committeefrom commlttoetrom committeefrom
from the District Board of Charities Chnritiasconsisting Chnrltioscons Charitiesonsisting
cons C consisting tlng of John Joy Ekteon Ed on and Dr DrCharles DrChare DrCharles
Charles P Nelll The Investigation will willbe wlUbe willbe
be begun immediately immediatelyThis ImmodlatelyThis ImmediatelyThis
This action was wa decided upon last Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday evening e onh at a special meeting of ofthe ofthe I
the board The verdict v ict o of the Coroners Coronersjury Coronersjury
jury to the effect that Offutt was not notaccorded notaccorded
accorded proper treatment for fora a fraeUlre frac fracture fmeutre ¬
ture of the skull dl was H considered con Jdered but butthe butthe II IItile
the board decided decld d upon an independent independentlavas independenthlv
lrt lavas hlv tigntlon tigntlonIt
It It was wa wathe saguggested suggested ugge ted that the board take takethe taltothe I
the testimony adduced at the Inquest Inquestand inqueStand I Iand
and the verdict founded thereon as fact factthus factthus I II
thus compelling the hospital authorities authoritiesto
I to assume the burden of proof In es establishing esI establishing ¬
tablishing tnbl Bhln that Offutt did receive proper properREBELS proporI propers
Jiminez Loses Stronghold Strongholdin
in Santo Domingo DomingoPROBABLE DomingoPROBABLE a aPROBABLE
The News Confirmed by Dispatch to toNavy toNavy toNavy
Navy Department From Com Commander Commander Commander ¬
mander DillinghamPress Dillingham DillinghamPress Di1linghamPross
Press reports of the capture of Puerto PuertoPlata PuertoPlata PuertoPlata
Plata by b the Morales Moral06lorces forces are con confirmed oonfirmed confirmed ¬
firmed bjr n dispatch resolved this morn mornIng mornIng morning
Ing by the Navy N V Department from Com Cornmender Commander Commntlor ¬
mender Dllllnghtun DJIlh1 gham of the cruiser De Detr D DJ Detroit
J tr trJBHtt troit It
JBHtt dlspnt diapali0h fpn h which was dnted atrPlata at atSrto It ItrWPIRfB
Srto rWPIRfB rPlata Plnfs on January 17 says thattdr that thattdr thattDr
tdr a fight beyond the cordon estab ostablishod established established ¬
lished by b us outsidV of the city limitsthe limits limitsthe limItsthe
the Jiminez forces occupying Puerto PuertoPlata PuortoPlata PuertoPiata
Plata surrendered unconditionally to the theMorales theMorale theMorales
Morales forces Perfect order is said saidto saidto saidto
to prevail Business Busln of port is I ex expected expected expected ¬
pected to begin tomorrow morning morningThere morningThere morningThere
There were no casualties among non noncombatants noocombatants noncombatants
combatants and no destruction of property prop property propert ¬
erty ert The surrender and arrangements arrangementsof
of terms was conducted with order in inpresence inpre Inpresence
presence pre ence of Captain Robertson and andCommander andCommander andCommander
Commander DillinghamCaptain DltUnghamCaptaIn Dillingham DilinghamCaptain
Captain Robertson Ro rt oD who is I mentioned mentionedIn
In the dispatch is an Enllsh Bn llsh naval oil oilear J Jcer
ear 1 who has been cooperating with withCommander withCpmmanlIer withCommander
Commander Diflfngham Dll ngham In protecting protectingforeign protectingforeign protectingforeign
foreign interests at Puerto Plata PlataThe PlataThe PlataThe
The stronghold of the Jiminez forces forceshas foret forethas forceshas
has been at Puerto Plata and the fallof fall fallof fallOt
of that city eft is regarded as the end ofthe of ofthe otthe
the stubborn fight Jiminez has made madoagainst mad madagainst madeagainst
against the Morales government governmentSpanish governmentSpanish governmentSpanish
Spanish Cruiser SailsThe SailsThe Sails SailsThe
The Spanish cruiser Rio de la Pla Plahas Plata Platahas Platahs to
has Called from New Orleans Orlea H for Santo SantoDomingo SantoDomingo
Domingo where It will look c after ter the theInterests thernterest theinterests
Interests of Spanish Sptlnl h citizens threatened threatenedby threatenedb threatenedby
by b the revolution A dispatch announc announcing announcIng announcing ¬
ing the departure of the cruiser from fromNew fromNe fromNew
New Ne Orleis OrIel J s was received by the Navy NavyDepartment Nav NavDepartment NavyDepartment
Department this thl morning morningPresident morningPresident
President Morales will 111 make another anotherappeal anolherappeal anotherAppeal
appeal to the United States to recognize recognizethe recognizethe recognizethe
the temporary government he has es established estabU establtshed ¬
tablished tabU hed Senor Sanchez the Morales Moralesminister Moralesmlnter Moralesminister
minister of foreign affairs ie now on onhis onh onhis
his h way to Washington a bington to solicit the therecognition thorecognition therecognition
recognition of the Dominican provisional provisionalgovernment proI8lona1Jol1nmont provisionalgovernment
governmentMinister government governmentMinister Jol1nmontMlulster
Minister Powell is stilt resisting the thealleged th thalleged e
alleged blockade established e by the Mo Morales Motales 10 10rales ¬ I
rales government He recently reentl refused refusedto
to allow President Pre ldent Morales to Inter Interfere Interrere
fore with the movements of the Clycl Clyclsteamer Cly Clyteamer Clyde Clydesteamer
steamer New York The United States Statescruisur Statescrulsur
cruiser Columbia is now at Santo Do Domingo DoI ¬
mingo near which there Is constant constantskirmishing contantsklr constanskirmishing t
I skirmishing sklr lshlng
Michigan Men Cheer CheerThe CheerThe CheerThe
The President LoudlyUnusual Loudly LoudlyUnusual Loudl LoudlUnusual y
Unusual Enthusiasm Evinced by a Delegation Delegationat n
at the White House HouseInvited Invited to Repub l2epubican Republican Republican ¬
lican Day Celebration
I Would there be any harm In innirlog Inquir Inquiring InulrIng ¬
ing whats the matter with Roosevelt Rooseveltcame ROOHevelteame Rooseveltcame
came In deep tones from one of the themembers themember themembers
members of a Michigan delegation of a ahundred Ithundred ahundred
hundred citizens In the East Room of ofthe orthc ofthe
the White House at noon todayWhats today todayWhats todayVhats
Whats the matter with RooseveltHes Roosevelt RooseveltHes ROOllevoltHe
Hes He all right was the response rt8pon e from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the entire crowd Cheers and applause applauseand applau applauand applauseand
and stamping of feet emphasized the en enthusiasm enthcsaam enthrsissm ¬
thrsissmThe thusiasm thusiasmThe thcsaamlhe
The delegation was headed by b Senaators Sena Senaators Senaator
ators ator Burrows and Alger AJs r the members membersof
of the Michigan delegation In CongressGovernor Congress CongressGovernor CongreuGovernor
Governor Bliss Dll and James ODonnell ODonn II of ofJackson otJaektlOn ofJackson
Jackson Its chairman
The visitors ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived here last night t lght on a special trainto train trainto t1lnto
to invite the President Presld nt to attend the thefiftieth thefiftieth thefiftieth
fiftieth anniversary of the birth of the theRepublican theRepublican theRepublican
Republican party at Jackson Mich MichJuly MichJuly MichJuly
July C Speeches of invitation were weremade weremAde weremade
made by several including Senators SenatorsBUITOWH SenatorsBurrowH SenatorsBurrows
Burrows and Alger Governor Bliss and andMr andMr andMr
Mr ODonnell ODonnellThe ODonnellThe ODonnellThe
The President Pro ldont addressed the delega delegation deJezuUon delegutlon ¬
tion briefly brlefi in response respon e saying he hewould heI hewould
would attend If possible and would re return return return ¬
I turn a definite answer soon He was
treatment It Is understood that one oneor oneor oneor
or two two pertinent questions ware omited omitedin omltdIn omitedIn
in the examination examlnnU n of witnesses how however howOVC1 howover ¬
ever and tho board believed it best bestto bostto bestto
to lot its committee on medical charities charitiesferret chtultI charitiesferret a aferrot
ferret out tho facts for itself itselfAs ItsoltAs itselfAs
As soon soon as as th this < investigation can becompleted be becompleted becomptete
completed < t a rvort 1 ort in full will be made madeto madeto madeto
to the Board of Charities and trans transmitted transmitted ¬
I mitted to the District DI trlcl Commissioners Commissionersthrough Commissionersthrough Commisslotersthrough
through Commissioner MacfarlandThe Macfarland MacfarlandThe MacfarlandThe
The Coroner Jury jU1 found that Oftutt Offuttwas Oftuttwatt orcuttwa
watt wa taken to 0 th titttospltal noHpital suffering from froma
a fracture fra ture of th tht > skull through which whicha
a l portion of tho th brain was oozing Not Notwithstanding Notwithstanding Notwithstanding ¬
withstanding this thlstnct t iafact fact the hospital sur surgeons surgeons surgeons ¬
geons it is said sf d delayed treatment untiltlte until untilthe uotlltho
the nature natltre of the injury could ba as ascertained n ncerlained ascertained ¬
certained It Is argued that the na nature nature nature ¬
ture of the Injury should have bean self selfevident seJ seJoldent selfevident
evident evidentDISTRICT oldentDISTRICT evidentSTRICT
To T o Reach NonResidents in inAbating inAbating in inAbating
Abating Abating Nuisances NuisancesTHE N NuisancesTHE nisanc s sTHE
Mr Longworthy Replies to Attack Upon UponHim UponHim UponHim
Him by Representative Baker onOhio on onOhio onOhio
Ohio PoliticsThe Politics PoliticsThe PoliticsI
The House devoted Its entire session sessiontoday sessiontoday on onr
r today tg R the consideration of District Districtbusiness DistrictI Districtbusiness
I business This was the first District Districtday DistrIctda Districtday
day da In in tho the House thus far in this Con Congrogs Congro Congross
grogs gro s and > lldlx nd six bills were were wcrcJlassetl wcrcJlassetlTho passedThe passed passedTbo
The first first nrstlllll lull When n up sstas as s the th c moos moosIng moasur teeasure
ure ur intcc 1nhcf lc < tithed kd = M 1 B nb nblne b bing
Ing for the abatement abatement of f nU nuisances nuisancesExplaining nufsttn sancea sanceaExplaining es esExplatnlng
Explaining tho measure Mr Babcock Babcocksaid Babcocksnld Babcocksaid
said the present law was defective in inthat Inthftt inthat
that it does not reach nonresidents nonresidentsand nortr nonresidentsand Idents IdentsAnd
and does not n not t provide a means for the thecollection thecollection thecollection
collection of expenses incurred in cor correcting correcting or orrccUng ¬
recting these abuses The pending penillo meas measure mfIlSure measure ¬
ure he said was to correct these theseabuses theseabuses theseabuses
abuses and to reach nonresidents nonresidentsHeight nonresldentiHeight nonresidentsHeight
Height of Buildings BuildingsThe BuildingsThe BuildingsThe
The next bill considered was the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee bill to amend the act to regu regulate regu regulate ro n nlate ¬
late the height hol rht of buildings In the Dis District District District ¬
trict of Columbia The bill was passed passedas
as was also the Williams bill providingfor providing providingfor proldingfor
for the reeubdlvlslon of lots on blocks blocksThe blockThe blocksThe
The next bill considered and passed passedwas pnS8edwas passedwas
was the one amevlljig nm Hlhlg the act which whichgives wldehgives whic whicgives h
gives the Commissioners Commls loners authority to todesignate todesignate todesignate
designate business streets streetsThe streetsrhe streetsThe
The bill relating to the establishment establishmentof t
of building lines was Vas also passed pll 6ed It Itprovides Itprovides I Itprovide
provides that the damages awarded in inthe Inthe I Ithe n
the establishment of building lines shatbe shall shallbe shnllbe 1 1ei
be paid out of funds available for open openIng openIng
Ing extending and widening alleys and andminor andminor an anminor ei
minor streets and In all payments P yments the theaccounting thoAccounting thuaccounting
accounting officer shall take Into ac account account account ¬
count the assessment for benefits and andthe andthe an anthe d
the award a ward for damages and shall han payonly pay payonly payonl
only onl such such part of the award a ward as may b bin be bein beIn
in excess of tho assessment asse ment for benefits benefitsagainst benefitsagnlnst benefitsagainst
against the part part of such lot not taken takanand takooand takenand
and there shall be credited on such as assessment asse assesement ¬
sesement sessment se me 1t the amount of such award not notIn notIn no no1n t
In excess eXCe B of said assessment assessmentThe assessmentThe assessmentThe
The House then went Into Committee Committeeof
of the Whole ou o the bill to enable the thePlntsch thePintsch thePlntsch
Plntsch Gas Ga Company to extend Its Itsmains Itsmains Itsmains
mains to the new Union Depot Whilethe While Whilethe VhlJethe
the measure was under consideration considerationMr
Mr Longworth Rep Ohio tool oc occasion occasion occasion ¬
casion to reply repl to the attack of Repre Representative ReprasentaUe Representative ¬
sentative Baker In the House recently recentlyupon recentlyupon recentlyupon
upon Ohio politics and especially upon uponBoss uponBoss uponBoas
Boss Cox of Cincinnati CincinnatiThe CincinnatiThe ClncinnatlThe
The committee then arose aro e and passed passedthe passedthf passedthe
the > bill billThe billThe
The House adjourned at 125 oclock
freely rree1 applauded He said ho considered consideredthis consideredthis considerothis d
this invitation stood in a class by b It Itself itselt itself ¬
self and that the policies now beln belnfurthered being h
furthered by the
Administration were weresuch worosuch n nsuch
such as to warrant a celebration of the theanniversary thennniversan th thanniversary °
anniversary anniversaryMany nnniversanMan anniversaryMany
Many Man prominent Michigan politicians politicianswere politicianswor pollticlnuwere s
were were wor In the party ExGov John T Rich Richand Rlc Rlcand Ricand
and a number of the
a State officers were werepresent woroprcsont leer leerpresent °
present presentGeneral prcsontGoneral presentGeneral
General Grosvenor of Ohio at the theWhite U Uhlte tin tinWhite e
White hlte House today talked with the thePresident thePro tit titPresident °
President Pro fdont on the factional f ctlonnl contest In the theBuckeye theBuckeyo th thBuckeye e
Buckeye State between the Hanna and andForaker andForftker an anForaker d ed
Foraker forces General Grosvouor dedare de declares declarea ¬
clares dare the seriousness sorlou sorlousueasof lless of this has boon boonexarecrated bOunexa boa boaexaeeerated n
exarecrated exarecratedThere exa exaeeeratedThere er8ted er8tedl
There l hcre Is no such light in In my own dis dintrlat district district ¬
trict he said We c are nil Hnnna men menand menamI me meand n
and Fornker men and and Roosevelt men In Inthat Inthat 1 1that n
that district and are not quarreling quarrelinghave I Ihave Ihu
have hu e no apprehension that the contest contestnow contestnow contesnow t
now on in certain districts Is to become becomeSuite becomoStute becotn becotnState o
Suite wideGovernor wide wideGovernor wideGovernor
Governor Cummins of Iowa who Is on onhis onhis or orhis n
his way to Washington will confer wi withe with withtho withtho th
tho President probably probabl tomorrow on onthe o otine n
the political situation In n his State I
Adopts Amendments AmendmentsCOMMITTEEVOTES Re Requiring Requiring e ¬
quiring ulring Panamas PanamasSupport PananlasSupport PanamasSupport
Support SupportMORGAN SupportMORGAN SupportOR
50000000 Payment Not I toBe to toBe toBe
Be Made Until April Aprilat Aprilat Aprilat
at EarJ Earliest EarliestTho est estTho
Tho Panama Canal anal treaty was today todayordered todayorl1ered todayordered
ordered reported favorably to the Sen Senate SenI1t Senate ¬
ate I1t by the Committee on Foreign Rela RelaUun R4 Reiatlclns > ln lntlun
Uun tlclns Several amendments which were werecomparatively WEreC1mra11ttlvlly werecomparatively
comparatively unimportant In their ef effect erfeet effect ¬
fect but which will 111 necessitate sending sendingthe sendingthe sendingthe
the treaty back to Panama for con concurrence eoncurreoncc concurrence ¬
currence were adopted adoptedThe adoptedThe
The debate here Is expected e < pectcd to oc occupy ocCUp occupy ¬
cupy CUp from four to six weeks and It will willthen wllJi willthen
i then take at least a month to send sendthe stndthe sendthe
the treaty down to Panama have It Itacted Itacted itacted
acted upon there and returned to Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington for the exchange of ratifications ratificationsNo ratificationsNo ratificationsNo
No Payments Until April AprilIt AprilIt
It Is s believed therefore that the pay payments payments payntents ¬
ments to the Panama Canal Company Companyand Companyand Companyand
and the Republic of Panama aggregating aggregat aggregating aggregatInt ¬
ing Int WOOOOOU 50OOQ0 i will not need to bo financ financed llnllnced flnaneed ¬
ed before April at the earliest enrllestMorgan elrllestMorgan earliestMorgan
Morgan Charges Charg s SubterfugeThe Subterfuge SubterfugeThe
The decision to riport the treaty fa favorably ravornbly favorably ¬
vorably was not reached without a pro protest protest protest ¬
test from the minority minorityAfter mlnorlt mlnorltAtter minorityAfter
After four amendments had been beenadopted beenadopted beenadopted
adopted adopted providing for certain sanitary sanitaryprovlslonr sanitaryprovlslonr sanitaryprovisions
provlslonr and giving to the United UnitedStates UnitedStntes UnitedStates
States the absolute a1molu control or the harbors har harbors harbors ¬
bors of Colon and Panama Mr Morgan Mor Morgan Morgln ¬
gan moved that article 22 2 of she he treaty treatybe treatybe treatybe
be stricken out outMr outlfr outMr
Mr Lodge objected and to sustain his hisposition hispo lilsposition
position po 1tlonrend read a motion he had filed Sat Saturday Saturdn Saturday ¬
urday urdn providing that the treaty should shoulitbe shouldbe
be reported after afterpending ponding amendment amendmentshad amendmenthad amendmcntlChad
had been disposed of Mr Morgan as asserted assertfJd asserted ¬
serted warmly that that1e ihe Wjoskiot wits riot present presentatth presonttUtu presentatth
atth tUtu + s Saturday Saturda Sattrrdatet J Jjm > jqy3Sg fltiabargcd fltiabargcdthat h barged bargedniotiou rge4 rge4thnt
that none was held hednnd uhd nntlthat nntlthatwas thaDthornotlcru thaDthornotlcruwas thafihrmotIouwas niotiou
was a subterfuge subterfugeThe subterfug6The subterfugeThe
The motion of f Mr Lodge was w Ut ugreeJ ugreeJto
to and the treaty ordered to be re reported reported reported ¬
ported favorably to the SenateMessrs Senate SenateMessrs SenaleMosarR
Messrs Foraker Bacon R on McCrecry McCrecryand lfcCr McCrearyand r rand
and Clark of Montana were absent absenti absentCZAR absentCZAR
London Ascribes Change Change of ofView ofVie1v
View to America AmericaRUSSIA AmericaRUSSIA
Will Confer With the Japanese Minis Minister Ministerlfot MinisterNot ¬
ter terlfot Not Prepared Preparedto PreparedtoFisht
to toFisht toFishtLO Fight FightLONDON FightLONDON
LONDON LO DON Jan SrTho barometer of ofthe oftho ofthe
the Far Eastern situation which lias liasnow lIASno lassnow
now no dropped and again risen today fore forecasts for forCftsts forecasts ¬
casts peace A spirit of optimism lIftS hastaken 1mstaken lIftStnken
taken hold of semiofficial circles and andeverywhere nndeorywhere andeverywhere
everywhere this morning the prospect prospectof
of war is ignored and reasons are givenwhy given givenwhy givenwhy
why the Czar and his advisers must re retreat retreat retreat ¬
treat from the position they have taken takenand takennnd takenand
and submit to the Japanese demandsAll demands demandsAll demandsAll
All dispatches from the seat of trou trouble trouble trouble ¬
ble seem to bear out this optimistic at attitude attitude attitude ¬
titude From several sources comes the thereport therepOrt thereport
report that Russia is about to drop he hepretensions her herpretensions herpretonslons r
pretensions regarding Korea lore and go stillfurther still stillfurther till tillfurther
further toward opening ports In Man Manchuria Manchuria lan lanchuria ¬
Due to AngloSaxons AngloSaxonsIt
It Is generally thought that the two twothings twothings tw twthings 0
things which have done most toward towardbringing towanbrIngln towardbringing
bringing about this state of affair are arethe nrethe ar arthe e
the arrangement of the commercial commercialtreaty commercbtltreaty i
treaty between the United States and andChina AudChina an anChina d
China giving America commercial ports portsIn portsIn portsin is
In tho Flowery Flower Kingdom and the speech speechof spteChf speechof h
f of Premier Balfour at Manchester Manche tr last lastMonday lR8tMonday Ins t
Monday Monday night in which he stated that thatEngland tlut tlutEngland t tt
England would carry out all her treaty treatyobligations troolyoblhmUons treat treatobligations Y
obligations in n the Far East EustA FastA EastA
A dispatch from Berlin this morning morningquotes morningquot morningquotes
quotes quot s a telegram from St St Petersburg Petersburgwhich Pelersburgwhich Petersbur Petersburwhich g
which appears in the Cologne Ga Gazatto Gazolte Gazotto
zatto and which states that the Japa Japanese Japanese Tapanese ¬
nese minister at St Petersburg will be bereceived borecoived b u
received In n special audience by b the Czar Czarat Czarat CzarThis
at the Tsarkoe Selo Palace today This Thishas Thishas Tltl Tltlhas
has given rise to the belief that the thaRussian theRussian
Russian ruler is determined to arrange arrangepeace arrangopeace arrangpeace e
peace and desires to discuss ways S and andmoans andmoans an anmoans d
moans with the Japanese represents repreaentaRussia repr06cntntlve
Russia Needs Coal CoalThe CoalTho CoalThe
The Manchester Dispatch Dl patch hears that thatRussian thatRussian tha thaRussian t
Russian unpreparodness unpr larodne1Js Is the most po potent pot ¬
tent t nt factor in the maintenance of peace pffJceThis peaceThis
This Is especially 08pecl especially ll true trans Ilene Ilenematter in the matter r of otconI ofcoal
coal supply The deficiency det1clenc 3 in coal < < 1 1sas
says the th paper could not be romedlebefore remedied remediedbefore romoiHedberore d
before the end of tho winter wInterLEXINGTON
LEXINGTON Ivy Jan IS IbM M Sump Sunragata Surnata
said ta to Tokyo Japan who is believed believedto 1 l lto
to be bt an agent lnt of the Japanese govern government gtwernment government ¬
ment arrived here last night While hlle he hedeclined hedeclined h
declined to make known his business businessin bushelIn s
in this city It is the general gt > neral belief that thatho thntho tha t st
ho Is s trying tr lns to buy a large larg number of ofhomws orhonH8 o f
horses for the use U8 of the Japanese Japanesearmy Japanuseurmy Japanesearmy
V f
IN MACHEN CASE CASEGovernment CASEGovernment CASEGovernment
Government Traces Relations Between Lo Lorenz Lorenz Lorenz
renz and Former Superintendent SuperintendentDe SuperintendentDefense Defense De Defense ¬
fense Scores Another Point PointMILTON PointMILTON
d < i =
Assistant Assistant Attorney General Q neraIAsigned Assigned A gned to to the e Postoffice Cases
Tracing the relations between betwE an the de defendants dt dtfendants defendants > ¬
fendants was begun bg1Jrzthls this morning in the thetrial thetrial thetrial
trial of A W V Macheh the Groff brothers broth brothers brotners ¬
ers and an Mr and Mrs George eorgo E Lorenz Lorenzon Lorenzon Lorenzon
on the charge of conspiring to defraud defraudthe defraudthe
the the Government In obtaining an ex excessive exco cxcoesive ¬
cessive co le price for GrofT letter box fast fasteners fastoners fasteners ¬
eners enersA onersA enersA
A boardinghouse keeper was put onthe on onthe ontbe
the stan and testified that Lorenz lived livedat Uvedat livedat
at his house honlf and that he sometimes sometimescame some sometimescame es escame
came home in a carriage with Machen Machenbut Machenbut Machenbut
but but that the latter did not enter the thehouse theItouse thehouse
Signatures IdentifiedWilliam Identified IdentifiedWilliam IdentifiedY1IJlam
William Sapp assistant superintend superintendent supfllnt n4 n4ent ¬
ent of free delivery hi the Toledo Ohio Ohiopostofflce OhioI
I postofflce testified that th t Mathen Ma i1 hen was B as assistant assistant assistant ¬
sistant Postaster there when Lorenz Lorenzwas Lorenzwas Lorenzwas
was postmaster S A Smith cashier cashierof cahlfrof cashierof
of the Raleigh Hotel Identified registers registersof regt tera teraor
of that hostelry containing ciont lfttng entries of ofLorenzs oCLOrel ofLorenzs
Lorenzs LOrel zsDflme namo in 19tl 1 1903 1 i9f1 and IMS MrSapp Mr MrSapp MrSap
Sapp Sap identified Identtfledthe identltted the signatures of 0 Lof L Lotenz Lotenzoa lenz lenzon enz enzOR
OR the registers r ers and a dispute < > was wasavoided was wasav wasavdlded
avoided av Ided by the defense admitting that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the were ere MaThe his hisThe blLThe
The defense again a n succeeded this thismorning thismornlH thismorning
morning mornlH In keening from the jury or orders orders orders ¬
ders and bill bills for the fasteners on the theground thtground theground
ground that that they tbe were evidences ovIden s of an analleged analleged analleged
alleged conspiracy and that conspiracy conspiracyhad consptrachad conspiracyhad
had not not been proven Justice Priteh Pritehard Prltekard Pritchard
ard allowed allOwed the th papers to be identified identifiedbut Identlftcclbut identifiedbut
but would net allow U w them to be real realto r rea reato a ato
to the jury Counsel on both sides sld 8 said saidthey 88ldthey saidthey
they would stand by b that t at ruling for the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present and watt until the technical technicalor
Mint 1 1t Involv involved cI hi argued tully tomorrow tomorrowor tomorroor
or the next day dayThe da daThe darThe
The rulings on that point are by h no nomeans nomeans nomeans
means unanimous unanimoUs and the argumentexpected argument argument is isexpected Isexpected
expected to be prolonged ard a d importantEGRE important importantUnited Impo t tNEGROES
United States Supreme Court Reverses ReversesDecision ReversesDecision
Decision of Alabama Tribunal in inthe inthe
the Rogers Case CaseIn CaseIn CaseIn
In the case of Rogers vs the State Stateof StAleor
of Alabama th thft Supreme Court of the theUnited th thUnlte theUnited
United States Stat tadajr t k1ay sustained the right rightof rightof
of the negro to serve as a juror in incriminal 1ftcrlmlnnl i icriminal rt
criminal cases casesRogers casetRogers casesRogers >
Rogers WHS tried for murder and andnegroes andI andnegroes
negroes were not allowed to sit on thejury the thejury Utejury
I jury for no n other reason It is alleged allegedthan aJI aJIthan
than that of their race ace and color The TheSupreme TheSupreme
Supreme Court of the United States Statesholds Stat Statholds Statesholds
holds this to be a denial of equal ua1 rights rightsunder rJ rightsunder ku kuundr
under the Fourteenth Amendment AmendmentThe Amendraflltlhe AmendmentThe
The court based its ruling in this thitcase thlbc8e >
case on the precedent found in that rf rfSeth
I Seth Carter vs v the State of Texas XIUI th thopinion thI the theopinion <
I opinion In which was handed ha down by byJustice byJustice
Justice Gray GrayThe Gt1tfThe
The dcclslon decision of the Alabama Ala supreme supremecourt supremecour supremecourt
court against ag reasons lb8t the negro Rogers was wasfor waMfor wasfor
for the t r rNEGRO rea on stated reverend reverendNEGRO er ed edNEGRO
Among the callers on the President Presidenttoday PrNldenttodoy Presidenttoday
today were we were several prominent negro negromembers negromembers negromembers
members of r the Grand United Order of ofOud ofOad o oOad f
Oad Fellows o of America merICft who have Jun been beenattending l1ffnI bee n
I attending a session of the ec ftcut1t ftcut1tbonrd < cutlve cutlveboard e ec
board in Philadelphia Grand Muster MusterJ Ma ylaat ylaatJ tr trT c r
J T McHonry McHonryJones Jones and Grand Secretary SecretarJ
J F Nedhttm were among the number
as each side has prepare DrtP r an extensive extensivebrief exte1S1Vebrlet extensivebrief
brief on the subjectMajor subject subjectMajor subjfctMajor
Major James E Bell superintendent faperintendentof JerlntndEntof
of city delivery in the Washington postoffce post postoffice tJOstoffice
office was an the stand this morning and andexplained andexplolned andexplained
explained at length the w working rkings of the theGrofT thoGrorr theGroff
GrofT fastener t1ll > teutIr He suit said there th r was on onflle onIIle onfile
file In the department no official um lal letter letterfrom Ifturfrom letterfrom
from the Washington postmaster ask asking Gsktor asklug ¬
lug for the device nor was there any anyrecommendation anyrecommendadon anyrecommendation
recommendation or comvnejit omD ilt by b the themajor thenaqor themajor
major upon the device such as is al always a1Wlts attvays ¬
ways made mad when > vhe th the city postofflce tries triesan triesn triesan
an n exeriment exerimentMajor ei rlment rlmentMajor rlmntMajor
Major Bell was emphatic in his state statement statemfnt statement ¬
ment that the fastener Paste er was a good g od thing thingand thingand thingand
and well worthy of a place among Gov Government Cr Crernment Government ¬
ernment ernment supplies The de dei < nse was wasquestioning wa waqu wasquestioning
questioning qu tloning him song oog that line lineDistrict w wkeh tI
District Attorney Attomf Beach for the th
5ros 5roscuUon > rose roseeutlon ruseeution >
eutlon said there had never ovt oee t any
dispute about the merits ox the tnvention tnven Invention tnventJon ¬
Defendants Are Tardy TardySamuel TardySamuel TardySamuel
Samuel A Grot was the only o 0I1e e of
the defendants d > endants or attonrAs attorn S prert prertwhen pre pr ert ertwhen ET1twben
when court met and the sOision s ion did vr invt rvt t
begin until 1015 a m After Arh > r once onceti g gt gtUng vt vtting
ting ti ng started Justice TU8tl A ritchard pursufvl pursufvlhl PursUtdblR pursuc p phis
hl his policy of requiring all consistent consistenthaste consistt sten stenhaste > n nhaste
haste and stopped several useless dis discushions discuselons
cuselons cushionsThe cuselonsrho cuselonsThe q
The attendance has dwindled andthere and andthere andthere
there was a number of vacant va ant seats inthe In Inthe Inthe
the courtroom this morning Lat Latr Latrwhen i iwhen Iwhen
when the inspectors and other experts expertsare fXptlSare expertsare
are put oa the stand and nd the th testimony testimonyis t
is in regard to the detective work doneon done doneon doneOft
on the ease the evidence will 111 be more moreInteresting morelItereetlQl more1ttereeth
Interesting 1ttereeth g to the c general eoeral nera pc public bli and the thecourt thtcourt thecourt
court officers om officers rs anticipate a larger number numberof numbfror numberof
of spectators spectatorsCOBtiaued
COBtiaued on Second SeroDdI SeroDdSENATOR Serond8ENATO1 Pa PaI
I Laughable Incident in the Corridor of ofCapitol ofCapitol ofCapitol
Capitol Leading From Rotunda Rotundato
to the North Wing WingSenator WingSft1or WingSenator
Senator Quay whose astuteness lava lavatiabiy Invariably tnvarla1tto ¬
riably protects him against any politi political pol1Ual poUtical ¬
cal al surprise 3Upri t was held up p today in th thCapitol thCaplt tht >
Capitol Caplt 1 He > was was brought to a stands stande111 stande111by tand Ull Ullby l1 l1b
by b two doorkeepers of the > United Lni lnlt ed States StatesSupreme St StatenSupreme < 11 11Supreme
Supreme Court but took the Incidentsod incident incidentgood Incidlntpod
good natundly nntundl and even ev n made some someJocular sumeJocular somejocular
Jocular comments mmt > nts upon the lh Incident IncidentThe injdtntThe incidentThe
The Pennsylvania Senator WitS proceajdtng pro proceeding proce4Jdblg ¬
ceeding from the rotunda to the Senate SenateJust S1atejust Setatejust
Just before noon He was wa parsing the theSupreme theI theSupreme
Supreme Court chamber wh when ai the th sig signal signal signml ¬
I nal was given that the august lIgn t body of ofjustices otjustke ofjustices
justices was about to cross cro s th I corridor corridorto
i to open the court Instantly the two twoI twoI twostalwart
I stalwart negro doorkeepers sprang for forward forward
j I ward directly dlre < tly in front tro t of the Senator Sf Senatorand al0r al0rI
j I and his companion lotr > aJalon and put up the lh bar barI bartier
I tier of long silken cords cordsAVhen eO cordsWhen I II
When the 11l general gnf orul passageway pas ug > way is I U U105ed their thtRclosed t tclosed
I closed for the th few moments necessary necessaryto
to permit Ermlt the court to cross tro s fh f tl corridor corridorevery corridorcvrryo9e
I every cvrryo9e ero one even a Senator tuit h ti to stop stopMr stoPMr
Mr Quay Qun took the interruption inlrru interrup Jon goad goaduaturedly gooduatur
uaturedly uatur edly and sailed MS his riend d re remarked romarkfld rem7trked ¬
1 marked Theyve Tbt e gotten out an Injunc Injunction Inju Injunet la laton ¬
t ton on ugMinet you ou C t tOnly
Only a t tf st 1 Hf Hfpiled e + wla promptly re replied repiled
piled the Sentu Set Set4tu1 t l i m et t scared at atall ntall
all about alJouttM tMt CQiiBeQu O opttsequThe USiMlu T TThe H Hlhe
The barriers Were the th lifled hied iled and the theSenator thoSlnator theSenator
Senator proceeded into th tl ennate wjate te

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