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4 SENATORS SENATORSVAINLY VAINLY I IFIGHT IFIGHT
FIGHT HALE ON ONDEFICIENCY ONDEFICIENCY
DEFICIENCY HILL HILLOratory BILLOratory
Oratory Avails Not and andthe andthe andthe
the Bill Is Finally FinallySent Fin FinallySent lly llySent
Sent Through ThroughAMENDMENTS ThroughAMENDMENTS ThroughAMENDMENTS
AMENDMENTS RULED OUT ourDemocrats OUTDemocrats OUTDemocrats
Democrats and Republicans RepublicansProtest RepublicansProtest RepublicansProtest
Protest Against Grip of ofMassachusetts ofMassachusetts ofMassachusetts
Massachusetts ian ianWlth Man ManWith ManWith
With a flourish of oratory oratoryand and almost almosttearful almosttearful a1mosttearful
tearful appeals from from a 0 number of prom prominent prominent prominent ¬
inent Senators SenatorS In bahalf of projects projectsurged projectsurged projectsurged
urged by b them the general g neral deficiency deficiencybill doficloncbill deficiencybill
bill was passed by b tho Senate late yes yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
terday terda afternoon After having hain been beenunder beenunder beenunder
under consideration for practically the theentire theentIre theentire
entire days session the th final amend amendments amen amenments amendments ¬
ments were cleared up like a flash and andthe an anthE < r rthE
the bill oassad oassadMr tJassodMr uassadMr
Mr Quarles made an Impassioned ap appeal appeal appeal >
peal for Justice to the Stockbuidge In Indians Indians Indians ¬
dians of Wisconsin Mr McComas McComaspleaded MeComaspleaded McComaspleaded
pleaded Ineffectually for rebates to BaU BaUtlmore Ba1 Ba1timore Baitimore
timore people on coal duties paid after afterthe atterthe afterthe
the duty had ha l been removed in the thecourse thecourse thecourse
course of the anthracite strike strikeMr strikeMr trIke trIkeMr
Mr Pettus and other veteran Senators Senatorswere Senatorswere Senatorswere
were f ruled uled out on points of order orderagainst orderagalnst orderagainst
against the amendments they the proposed proposedand proposedand proposedand
and Mr Foraker shared the same fate fatein fat fatIn fatl3In
in his effort to o get 257 unclassified lab laborers laborers laborers ¬
orers in the department in Washington Washingtonunder Washingtont
1 under civil service protectIon rotect1on
Mr Hale Defiant DefulntThrough DefiantThrough J JThrough
Through all the verbal pyrotechnics pyrotechnicsof pyrotoohnlC3of pyrot chnics chnicsof
of the afternoon Mr Hale In charge charsethe of ofthe ofthe
the bill bill wore ore a 0 halfsmiling halfde halfdefiant haUdffiant haltde1ant ¬
fiant looky as one after afte another of the theamendments thenmendments theamendments
amendments was suggested and ruled ruledout ruledout ruledout
out of order on his objection Even Mr MrLodge atr atrLodge i iLodge
Lodge did not escape such a ruling on oneveral onseveral I Iseveral
several amendments of interest to the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District of Columbia ColumbiaWith ColumbiaWlt ColumbiaWith
With Wlt the exception of the Senate Senateamendments Senateamendments Senateamendments
amendments to enable the Secretary of ofState f fState fState
State to pay the French Cable Company Companymm CompanyS
S mm 77712 for damage to Its gables in inCuba InCubn inCuba
Cuba in the Spanish S SpanishAmerican nlshAmerI American n yriuv yriuvwhich y ywhich vj vjwhich
which was withdrawn by Mr JJarqi Bafgtl11 Bafgtl11the Har all allthe anthe
the other Sertatfc S l1artf amenflmentg in n11ments over overagreedtow1t were wereagreed ivereagreed
agreed agreedtow1t to wHnU alr rgv changes cingesphraseoiog 1i nges Qtj o ophrnseolog
phraseology in several se ral of them themGormans themGormans themGormans
Gormans Protest ProtestAs ProtestAs Protestkg
As kg thn afternoon wore on and onej onejsubject on onsubject Onsubject
subject af afOtanother afty yji another was s disposed dfposetIin 0 0in 04 04In
in a twinkling twIhk1ft Mr Gorman put 1 t m In a aprotest t1protest ILprotest
protest against ag lnst loading down the bill billwith bl1l1with bftlwith
with all sorts of amendments amendmentsWe amendmentsWe amendmentsWe
We are piling It up without any con consideration consideration consideration ¬
sideration whatever he said UIt If these theseamendments theseamendment3 theseamendments
amendments are merely to be used by bythe bythe bythe
the conferees In the final consideration considerationof
of If tho bill that Is one thing but it itseems its itseems
seems s ems to me It Is the most reckless leg legislation legislation legislation ¬
islation I have ever wHnesaG ttneseG even evenin evenin evenin
in the expiring hours of a Congress CongressIt Con ConIt
It Is too to late for either the Mary Maryland Maryland Maryland ¬
land Senator or for me to deliver homi homilies homIlies homilies ¬
lies on onextravaSftnce extravagance said Mr Ir Hale HaleI
I appeal to him to Join with me m mgetting mgeUng ingettlng
getting the bill disposed of today todayMr todayMr
Mr Gorman said he had no disposi disposition diSposition disposition ¬
tion to delay deta the t th q progress of legisla legislation JegIslatlon 1eg1aLlion ¬
lion but he had not iiotthe lot the least doubt doubtthat doubtthat clouhtthat
that at the speed spe d things were going golng1n golng1nthe Jn Jnthe Inthe
the Senate Se ate all the jtmendmonts amendments would woulddrop woulddrop Ould Oulddrop
drop at just about the center cen er of the theCapitol theCapitol theCapitoL
Capitol He said he understood Jtle tood an ¬
other appropriation bill wte ready to tofollow tol toy
l y follow this one OD and he hebnly brily wished 1Sbed to tocull toC tocult
cull C U general attention to the haste hl f > te which whichwas whlc whlcwas whlctwas
was being beln shown in gettingsuch impor important Important important ¬
tant measures I out of the way wa witn witnpractically witnracticalIy 1tn 1tnlracticall
practically no opportunity for Senators Senatorsto Senatorto
to look into any of the Utt matters per personally personaUy personally ¬
sonally I IQuarles IQuarles i
I
Quarles Vain Appeal AppealMr AppcalIr AppealMr
Mr Ir Quarl Queries of Wisconsin W1cons1nother Yl consln wme zm zmother 2It1other
other Senator who expressed eXpr 8ed his con consternation conaternatlon n nstemation ¬
sternation at t the speed with which the jUiebill Uu Uubill thebill
bill was being pressed pre Hd to its passage passageAn passage passageAn passageAn
An amendment amundmt > nt proposed ny D y him to pay payclaims payclulms payclaims
claims relative r 1lUve to an allotment of tne tnelands tnelands tnelands
lands of the Stoekbridge Indians l of ofhis ofhift ofhhi
his State wee w ruled out on Mr Halef Halefpoint Hale Halepoint HaIepoint
point of order Before h ht he could get in inany Inany inany
any remarks other matters were under underdiscussion und underdiscussion r rdl
dl discussionAfter discussion discussionAfter usslon usslonAfter
After a little while Mr Quarles was WHSrecognized WH3rtcognl7ed wasrtcognzed
recognized and reverted to the amend amendment amendment amendmeat ¬
ment he had offered He said his hi breath breathhad breAthhad breathhad
had been taken away by the haste with withvhch withhch withvhch
vhch hch Mr Hale had gotten a ruling rulingagainst mhnsagainst relingagainst
against the amendment He then made madean madean madean
an impassioned speech speeahJustice speechJustIce speechJustice
Justice and right and equity are areWgh arel11gh azchigh
high above > matters of mere procedure procedureDeclared proeet1ureOflared procedureaeciared
Declared Mr Quarles The Th poor In Indians Indittns Indiana ¬
diana named in the bill put confidence confidencein eonfld eonfldin
in the faith of o this Government GO8mm nt in its itstreaty ItatrmU ta tatroaty
treaty obligations but irineo tneo 1866 they theyhave theyhavE theyhave
have waited in vain for the Government Governmentto
to fulfill Its It word wordIn wordIn wordIn
In another body bod which I should not notcriticise nott nutritic1se
t criticise here h re the imperious will of on onman OM OMIn1 oneinFtll
man is interposed fntuDOtled and we can have no nohope no110pe nohope
hope of getting thi this matter through in ina Ina Ina
a ieparate bill These poor Or Indians arc arcoven arteven arceven
even afraid to die I dare say for fear fearthat fearthat fearthat
that In the great hereafter they may maycome molYcomt mtycome
come upon the shade of the Senator Senatorfrom Senatortrom Senatorfrom
from Maine to Impale them again ugan on a alolnt aJOlnt aIoint
lolnt of order It is a S shame > > and an anoutrage 1nGutrkge incutrsge
outrage that th < it these poor and simple sim te pee people peepIt pecpie ¬
pIt should be deprived of their tights by bya bya bya
a great Geverament like this tnteMcComas thl thlMcComas thisMcComas
McComas Has Bad Luck LuckAfter LuckAfter LuckAfter
After many man attempts to attract the theattention theattentiGft theattention
attention of the Chair Mr McComas McComaswas MeCom88W1S McComsswas
was recognized and presented pr onted his coal coalstrike CiMl1trike coaltr1ko
strike trike rebate amendment affecting some someBaltimore someBaltimore someBaltimore
Baltimore Baltimore firm It wa was ruled out of or order order order ¬
der and another Senator was recognized recognizedon
on another matter matterMr matterMr mattsrMr
Mr McComas kept clahnlJur clatatin recogni recognition reeogJ reeogJUon recognition ¬
tion of the Chair and nd Anally got the thefloor the thefloor thefloor
floor He went into detail on the merits meritaof mPlltsot meritsof
of the amendment wniah had ban ruled ruledout ruledout ruledout
out and said the same courtesy and ftn law lawought Jawought lawought
ought to be extended to Baltimore a ahad ae aehad ashad
had been given 1en to other cttlds c t Mr Lodge Lodgeagreed Lod Lodgeagreed e easreed
agreed and said Boston ought to have havejust hlv hlvjust havejust
just as good treatment bat lied not notMr notMr notMr
Mr McComas had to content hhn himselfwith himself himselfwith elt eltwith
with getting hi his protest prote t Into the Reo Reoord I1enI eo1 eo1t
t ord
ordMr Mr Pettus of 01 Alabama present presented presentedamendment dtat dtatamendment t tamendmnt
amendment on whlah whl h Mr Hale retail retailContinued ruunthe r rthe
the point or order on the gr ground unc that tnatContinu thatContinued
Continued Continu d on Third Third Pg Page
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BRYAN LASHES LASHESPARKER LASHESPARKER
PARKER AND THE THEN THEN
N l Y PLATFORM PLATFORMNot
Not a Line Written in inBehalf inBehalf inBehalf
Behalf of the thePeople thePeople thePeople
People PeopleEVASIVE PeopleEVASIVE PeopleEVASiVE
EVASIVE AND AMBIGUOUS1 AMBIGUOUS1Nebraskan AMBIGUOUS AMBIGUOUSI AMBIGUOUSNebraskan AMBIGUOUSNebraskan
I
Nebraskan Declares It to Be Bea Bea BeaDishonest
a Dishonest Declaration of ofPrinciples ofPrinci ofPrinciples
Principles Princi pie of ofthe the Party PartyCHICAGO PartyCHICAGO PartyCHICAGO
CHICAGO April April 23 23Befor Before a a crowd crowdof crowdot crowdof
of people which filled the Second Regi Regiment R Regimeat 1l 1lment ¬
ment Armory Armol until the police for safety safetyreasons sn saetyreasons et etreasons
reasons would permit no more to enter enterWilliam enterPUllam enterWilliam
William PUllam Jennings Bryan twice the thestandard thestandard thestandard
standard bearer of the Democratic party partyin partyIn partyIn
in national campaigns spoke his disap disapproval disapproval ¬
t
proval of David B Hill Judge Alton B BParker BParker BParker
Parker and the recently recontl adopted New NewYork NewYork
York platform platformIn I
In his audience were wer many ministers ministersrepresenting ministersrepresenting ministersrepresenting
representing numerous denominations denominationsall enomlnationsaU
all there on the popular invitation of ofthe ori ofthe
i the speaker who said saidI
I desire to have the ministers at attend attend attend ¬
I tend because they the can and should exert exertan exertan exertan
an Influence in behalf of honesty and andfairness andtnlrness andjairness
fairness in politics politicsHolds politicsHolds politicsHolds
Holds to His Purpose PurposeMr
Mr Bryan had said he would not take takesides takesides takesides
sides with Uh any particular candidate for forthe forthe forthe
the honor of carrying the banner of ofDemocracy otDemocracy ofDemocracy
Democracy in the coming battle of na national naUOItal natioa1 ¬
tional ballots but he did not say sn he
would not take sides against a 0 particu particular particular particular ¬
lar candidate and he did not deviate deviatefrom de1ntefrom deviatefrom
from his expressed oxpresse purpose purposeHe purposeHe purposeHe
He did dl not take sides with anyone anyonebut pnonebut tnyonebut
but he most decidedly took sides sl es against againstJudge agnlnztJudle againstJudge
Judge Parker et al alHis alHis alHis
His speech was In part as follows followsWhat followsW1wt followsWhat
What are the Issues Issuesbefore before the coun country count country ¬
try t The trust question is certainly an anissue anissue anIssue
issue and yet et there there Is nothing in that thatplatform thatplatform thatplatform
platform that gives any encouragement encouragementto enctlUrascment enctlUrascmentto
to the opponents of the trusts trusts There ThereIs ThereIs Therei
Is i not n word or syllable that binds bln s a aperson aperson aporson
person elected on such a platform plat orm to todo todo todo
do anything nri a ythin t inir that the trusts tr sts Ht re unwill unwilling uilw11lIngt unwilling ¬
ing Ingt to hawwdflne M bao4oneImpr1a1sm ne neImp f fImperialism
Imperialism Imp thtJ m is an n issue issueThe Issue IssueTh issueThe
The Th labor Jabor Question is an issue The Thelaboring TheInbqrI Thelabqrins
laboring InbqrI g men have have been before befc > ro the thecommittees th thmmlttees theCommittees
committees mmlttees of Congress endeayoring to tosecure tosecu tosecure
secure secu e S special > ec alme measures mecisures ur Ont q rI 1s thn thnarbitration tbnarbitration the thearbitration
arbitration of difference betweenv b bOtwe tween ii cor corporatlons cor corporations cdrporatlons
poratlons engaged in 1w Interstate c6m c6mraerce C e6cmerce l land
raerce and their the r employee Both the theChicago theChicago theChicago
Chicago and Kansas City platforms de declared declared dcdared ¬
clared In favor of arbitration The New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York platform fails to refer to the ar arbitration arbitration arbitratfon ¬
bitration plank of these platforms but butit butIt butIt
it fails to write a new plank covering coveringthis coveringthis coveringthis
this
The laboring men are also trying to tosecure t tsecure tosecure
secure an eighthour elghtho r day but b t the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York platform is silent on this subject subjectThe subjectThe
The laboring men are trying to secure securethe securethe < 1 1the
I the abolition of government gqv govgrnmont rnment by injunc injunction Injunction InJunction ¬
tion Both the theojilgngo Chicago and Kansas KansasCity KansaaClt KansasCity
City Clt platforms contained obnf Infd planks plankson on thia thiasubject thl3subject thiasubject
subject but the New York platform platformdodges platformdodges platformdodges
dodges this as it does all other vital vitalvital vitalvital 1 tal talvital
vital questions questionsOn questionsOn quesUonsOn
On the tariff question no Issue Is Isjoined isjoined isjoined
joined J It t was reasonable to suppose supposethat sUppo supposethat e ethat
that en this question < uestlon at least some something somotilinG sometiling ¬
tilinG would be b said id but Mr Hill and andJudge andJudge andJudge
Judge Parker seem ta be as much muchafraid muchatraJd muchafraid
afraid of the tariff question as of other otheriemieg otherI otherMoney otherMoney
iemieg I
Money Not In It
The money mon y question qu stion Is ignored en entirely entirely entirely ¬
tirely No reference Is made to bimet bimetallism blmetaUtm bimetalitem ¬
allism aUtm at any ratio rationot not even t > 6n to inter international International international ¬
national bimetallism to which Mr Hill Hillseemed Hiliseemed Hillseemed
seemed to be so o attached In the Chicago Chicagoconvention Chicagoi Chicagoconvention
convention nvenUon No reference reference is made to the themeasure theI themeasure
measure now before foreCengresB Congress to melt meltup meltup meltup
up nearly six hundred hundr d million legal ten tender tendr tender ¬
der silver snv r dollars into subsidiary coin cointhat cointhat cointhat
that is only a limited legal tender tenderNothing tenderNothing
Nothing is said about the asset cur currency currenc currency ¬
rency renc which is a part of the scheme of ofthe orth otthe
the th financiers nnac1 rs Nothing is said about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the Aldrich bill which proposes to sub subsidize subtdlze subidIze ¬
sidize the th banks Into opposition to tax taxreduction taxbeduttlon taxIeduetion
reduction by loaning them the surplus surplusmoney Hurplu8muney surplusmoney
money in the treasury treasur rhere Is no nocondemnation noc nocondemnation
condemnation c of the corruption that thatttuah thatHush thatsushi
Hush u system would lead to toThe terhe tcrhe
rhe platform does not antagonize antagonizethe I Ithe
the proposition now before I Igive
Congress Congre to togive togive
give the national banks unlimited con control conI conItrol control ¬
trol over the volume of paper money moneyIn moneyIn moneyIn
In other words there is not no a line in inthe Inthe inthe
the platform that is written in behalf behalfof behalfof behalfof
of thepeople the ple not a line that will excite excitecriticism excitecritIcism excitecriticIsm
criticism in Wall Vall Street4 Street4The StreetThe Street4The
The platform Ignores the income taxr taxrit tax taxIt taxIt
it fails to indorse the election of Sena Senators Senatora Senatore ¬
tore by dlr direct ot vote and nd also omits the theplank theplank tlteplank
plank of the th Kansas City platform de denouncing denouncing denouncing ¬
nouncing corporate domination in poll polities poUti polltics ¬
ties ti CIoJ
A Dishonest Platform PlatformThe PlatformTh PlatformThe
The Th New York platform Is a dis dishonest dlshonest dishonest ¬
honest platform fit only for a 1 dishonest dishonestparty dishonestplty dishonestparty
party No one but bu t an artrul dodgeiwould dodger dodgerwould dodgerwould
would stand upon uvonlt uvonltThe it itThe IL ILThe
The submission of such a platform platformto
to the voters of a State is an insult insultto Insultto Insultto
to their intelligence i This Thi platform platformproves pl platformproves + 1tform 1tformproves
proves that the opposition to the Kan Kansas Kansa Kansea ¬
sea sa City platform is not opposition to tosilver tosilver tosilver
silver but opposition to every needed neededreform neededreform neededreform
reform and opposition to all that the themasses themasses themasses
masses desire desireI
I had expected e cted that a platform pre prepared preptted preured ¬
pared by Mr Hill for Judge Parker Parkerwould Parkerwould ParkerWould
would bo evasive and lacking In frank frankness frankness frankness ¬
ness but I did not conceive that any
body of men calling themselves Demo Democrate DemoerataJ Democrate
crate would ould present pre ont such a platform as asa asa asa
a recommendation rt > COmmendatton of a candidate candidateThe condldateThe candidateThe
The New York platform is amblgu ambiguOtui amblguQU amblgucue
cue uncertain evasive and dishonest dishonestIt
It would disgrace the Democrats of the thenation thenattoato thenatIon
nattoato nation to adopt such a platform and It Itought Itou Itought
ought ou htto to defeat as an au aspirant for a aDemocratic aDemocratic aDemocratic
Democratic nomination any man who whowould whowould whowould
would be willing to have it go forth as asa nsa asdeclaration
a declaration of his views on public publicquestions publicflUe public4uestionL
questions questionsMRSFENWICK flUe 4uestionLMRS Uona UonaMRS
MRSFENWICK MRS FEN FENWICK IC DEAD DEADAT DEADAT DEADAT
AT FUNCHAL MADEIRfLONDON MADEIRA MADEIRALOrDON MADEIRALONDON
LONDON April 2 3Mrw Mra Fonwlok Fonwlokdaughter Donwlokaughter enwIokaughter
aughter of the late SldTney Everett of ofBoston ofo of1oeton
Boston o ton died diodtTunehaI gtrtPunehql t 1 = unehJ1J on 9 April 19 19Best 19Best 19Best
Best Bnariis Bo rJs SISO 150 Per oo Feet FeetjFrank F FetFrank et etk
jFrank Frank k IlbJley tbeY Co4flth C CoCth CoCthAdv 4Gth NwYTAveJ NwYTAveJAdV Y 4ve
AdV
D A R CONGRESS CONGRESSADJOURNS CONGRESSADJOURNS
ADJOURNS AFTER AFTERSTORMY AFTERSTORMYSESSION
STORMY STORMYSESSION STORMYSESSIONMrs SESSION SESSIONlVlrs
Mrs Fairbanks Receives Receivesan I Ian
an Ovation From Loyal LoyalDaughters LoyalDaughters LoyaIDaughters
Daughters DaughtersPOLITICS Daughterst DaughtersPOLITICS DaughtersPOLiTICS
t
POLITICS IN ELECTION ELECTIONChoice ELECTIONChoice ELECTIONChoice
Choice of Mrs Quarles Con Considered Considered Cong Congsidered
sidered Triumph for the thePresident thePresi thePresident
President Presi lent General GeneralThe GeneralThe
The Thirteenth Continental Continental Congress Congressof
of the National Na lo al Society Soclet of the Daugh Daughters Daughters Daughters ¬
ters of the American Revolution was wasbrought wasbrouht wasbrought
brought to a close at 1115 oclock in inChases 111ChaS inCh
Chases ChaS Ch es s Theater last night nightMuch nightMuch nightMuch
Much enthusiasm prevailed duringHhe duringHhelast durJigthelast duringthelast
last minutes of the Congress and Mrs Mrs5harles lUxsharles Mrscharles
charles harles Warren Fairbanks president presidentgeneral pNsldengeneral presidengeneral
general of the society soclet was given an anovation anovation anovation
ovation as she left the hall A guard guardof guardof guardof
of Minute Men was on hand during the theentire theentire theentire
entire evening session a picturesque pictaresquesol pictaresquesoldier sol soldier sol soldler ¬
dier being stationed at the head of cv every cve cvcry ¬
cry e aisle In the house When Mrs Mr Fair Fairbanks FalrbankJ Fairbanks ¬
banks declared the congress at an end endthe endthe endthe
the guard accompanied by b its band es escorted escort encorted ¬
corted cort d Mrs Fairbanks to her carriage carriageamid c rriage rriageamid riageamid
amid the cheers of several hundred loy loyal 10 10al byal ¬
al daughters daughtersShowered daughtersShowered daughtersShowered
Showered With Flowers FlowersFlowers FlowersFlowers FlowersFlowers
Flowers Flowers were thrown at the president presidentgeneral presidentgeneral presidentgeneral
general as she passed passe < out of the theater theaterand theater theaterand theaterand
and her carriage was besieged by en enthusiastic enthusiastic entltusiastic ¬
thusiastic women women who wh wished even at atthat atthat atthat
that late hour to prolong the th event eventDespite eentDesplto eventDespite
Despite the fact that hiiLashortitlmei hiiLashortitlmeiwas t a short tlme tlmewas
was left in which to dispose of t unfin unfinished unfinIshed unfinished ¬
ished ljsiness the session last night nightwas nightwas nightwas
was one of the most stormy 8tonn and spirited spiritedof spiritedofthe
of ofthe the week w k It all came about through throughthe throughtht throughthe
the > report of the insignia committee and andwhat andwhatwas andwhatwas
what whatwas was understood to be an effort 10 10oi 10ctwrre to todeprive
deprive oi > rle Mrs rs Eleanor Dutcher Key ct cther other cther
her rights of ofconttact contract to furnish mem members meg ¬
bers of the society with the recognitpx recognitpxPin recogntilhMisunderstood recogn1iipin
Pin
Misunderstood Motion MotionThe Mopon MoponThe MotionThe
The report of the committee was pre presented pr prsented preseated ¬
sented to the congress and d voted on at atthe atthe atthe
the afternoon a temoon session se8810non on Friday but butgates butmfm1P butrD11h
rD11h a mfm1P isapDbenontt1e Jlb iI on tf tfgalts def c cgates
gates voted to accept the report r port with without wthoui Ith Ithout
out oui understanding that thntt they y iwere Wer ero Vl Vltrg vio violating vlllLthjg ¬
lating llLthjg trg h resolution rf1oUtfonmade made and u 1d adceptedby a aeept ccPt dbytwo dbY
the tlluongre1ls congress tw two years ago At t1 t that thattime thattimd t ttJritl
time Mrs 1 jay by holding b 1 nt1 the contract contlnct a aresolution 11reso1 aresoltttloi
resolution reso1 t1 n jvasv vas s passed that shOuld sh uta the thesociety thesoCfe thesobletyL
society soCfe o desire des desireto rei to withdraw wthdtan from its contract con contract Ol1 Ol1tract ¬
tract tract with her it should sh uld give her notice noticeof notice noticeof noticeof
of the fact one year In advance Ills Disregarding DI DIregarding Illsregarding ¬
regarding this resolution a contract was wasmade wa wamade wasmade
made with J 1 E Caldwell Co of Nw NwYork N NwYork w wYork
York to furnish the Insignia xo J mem members m n nbers nbern ¬
bers of the society and in its report reportI reporttne reportthe
I the committee recommended the discon discontinuance discontinuance discontinuanee
tinuance of the manufacture of the therecognition th threcognition therecognition
recognition pin
Parliamentarian at Sea SeaBy SeaBspeclal SeaBy
By Bspeclal special order Mrs Key was given giventhe IIvcnthe giventhe
the floor when the session opened ol > ened and andshe andshe mdshe
she stated that she sh still held her con contract contract On Ontract ¬
tract and had received no n notice that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the society wished to withdraw It Upon Uponmotion UP UPmotion Upmmotion
motion of Mrs Ellen Spencer S > lncer Mussey Mu sey of ofthe ottbe ofthe
the District the question was opened and anda andtl anda
a lively debate followed In fact the thesituation th thsituation thesituation
situation became so O complicated through througha
a series of misunderstandings mIsun crstlindlngg all ov or orhe overIhe r rthe
the he house that the parliamentarian who whohas whJhas whohas
has done yeomana service during th thtrying thtIlng thtrying
trying days as of the convention com completejy eompletttly cornplet
pletejy plet ly lost her head and had no idea ideaof Ideaor ideaof
of what was going on In the house houseShe houseShe houseShe
She tried to explain the situation but outthe butthe butthe
the more she said the deeper she got gotinto SHInto gtinto
into the mire and surely surel when the theparliamentarian theparliamentarian theparliamentarian
parliamentarian did not know knoWi it was wasnot W Wnot wsnot
not to be expected that any delegate de delegate ogate in inthe luthe inthe
the house was better informed Ques Questions Questions ¬
tions of various natures came from all allparts nilftrts allperts
parts ftrts of the house and it was some sometime SOntetime sonictime
time before things were straightened straightenedout
out One delegate declared that if 54000 54000could 1000 400Gcould 1000could
could be sunk in the societys magazine magazinesurely mabnzlnsurel magazinesurely <
surely surel the nominal expense of the man manufacture manura manufa ¬
ufacture ura turv of the recognition pin could be besustained besusthlnod besusfhined
sustained especially as a part of the theprice thejrlce theprice
price paid came back to the national nationaltreasury natlonnltreasury nationaltrethury
treasury
Mrs Key Wins WinsAnother WinsAnother WinsAnother
Another deplored the lack of patriotic patrioticspirit pntrlotlcspirIt patriotic3plrit
spirit which would permit an outside outsidefirm outsidefirm outsidefirm
firm to outbid a 0 Daughter of the Amer American AmerIcan Amerlean ¬
ican Revolution and the debate ended endedwith endedwith endedwith
with an overwhelming vote In favor of ofcontinuing ofcontinuing ofcontinuing
continuing the contract with Mrs Key KeyLater KevLater KeyLater
Later on motion of Mrs Wood chair chairman chaiman chairman
man of the insignia committee the con congress con congress congress ¬
gress was authorized to notify the firm firmof tlrmot firmof
of Caldwell Co that It would relieve relloveit
it from consideration of the therecognition therecognitionpin recognition recognitionpin recognitionIn
pin In
The report and recommendations on onthe onthe onthe
the desecration of the Hag which whiohwas whiohwasnot was wasnot ivannot
not completed on Friday was read and andthe andthe andthe
the rest of the evening was given overto over pverto everto
to motions and votes of thanks to vari various various van vanous ¬
ous oltlcers committees and person personin J personsin > er on onin
in general On motion of Mrs Little LittleState LittleState LittleState
State regent of New York and twelve twelveother twelveother tweiveother
other national olllcers it it was recom recommended recommonded recommended ¬
mended that the word general should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be eliminated from the bylaws of the thnsociety thflsoclety thesociety
society This resolution re oluUon as with others othersby othersby
by b a vote taken a few days ago will willnot wllnot will willnot
not be acted on for two years yearsReward jearsReward yearsReward
Reward for Pages PagesOn PagesOn PagesOn
On motion of Mrs Tulloch souvenir souvenirspoons souvenirspoons souvenirspoons
spoons of the convention will be pre presented pr prsent preseated ¬
seated sent cd to the pages who served during duringtho duringtho duringthe
tho congress conres A rising rl lng vote of than thanks thanlci3was thankswas lea leawas
was tendered to the president presl ent general generalMrs geriertlMrs generalMrs
Mrs Fairbanks and a series of simi similar sm smlar sImilar ¬
lar courtesies was oxtended to other otherofficers otherofficers otheVofficers
officers who have given their services servicesto
to th the < congress congressMrs congressMrs 1
Mrs Lockwood was greeted with a around around I
round r und of applause appl use from at least ono onocorner ono onocorner onecorner
corner of the house when she moved movedfor movedfor movedfor
for a a rising vote of thanks to the theboys theboys theboys
boys and girls of the press Some Somebody SomebHly Somebody ¬
body interupted the enthusiastic recep reception reception reception ¬
tion of Mrs Lockwoods motion m U n despite dospitetho dospltltho despitethe
tho frantic calls for itg lt accepts ice i co by byono b bone byone
one sturdy young man within the or orchestra orchttstru orchentrtt9ti ¬
chestra rail railThe railTho
chentrtt9ti chentrtt9tirecelevd The society receievd a elf gift t of SIOQ for forContinental torContln forCOfltiulOIltiil
Continental Contln t I Hall lIa Hail 1 from fpm Mrs Mary Mar Ai AiTurner A AUurner it itTurner
Turner a frinjf rrl trIn bill b t nota member of ofthe oth ofti
the ti h society o letyM Mrs Turner 78 se s in the lan language languag Ianguage
guage of the president general eighty eightyI3 eJghtyCont1I1Ued eightyContinued
I3 Continued on on Second Second Page
o
Mrs RUTH RUTHM M G PEALER PE ER I
I Genealogist of the D A R Rlonf one of the hL1 most t important import nt offices in the society societyGRIDIRONERSHAVE 0 j jGRIDIRONERS
GRIDIRONERS GRID GRIDIRONERSHAVE GRIDIRONERSHAVEA IRONERS HAVEA HAVE HAVEA
A ROLLICKING ROLLICKING TIME TIMERoosevelt TiTvIE TiTvIERo TIMERoosevelt
Ro Roosevelt s vglt Park Parkerand r aiid Qd Hearst Receive Hard Hardfc HardI HardKnocks
fc Knocks I lock aiop aid rEventh Even the Supreme SqprqraeCouiri SupremeCouit iIp n e eC
Couiri C Couit tl ill 44s Not Spared S ireQ
c
UT The e Honorable H o e the Chief 7 Justice Justiceand i iusticc iusticcand u e eal1d
and the the Aspclat A soclate Justices Ju Justicesof tlcesp the t e Su Supreme Supr SuprOmo ¬
prOmo pr mo Court of the United J States tates announced an auinounced tJ tJnounced
nounced a stentorian s stentorlanvoiced ontOrlanvolJe voiced member mem of oftMiGHdlrph 9 9Grldlron o ot1niGrIdIron
tMiGHdlrph Grldlron Club at t thed t the I ffrjrg r rfgdinncK rfgdinncKHotel di tn 11 11l
l t orgrtniz1ilfon Iti rnn t tHotel
Hotel last night f Tho TheniI11 h n i1lr ilne mtintjeW mtintjeWof in membeniof 1 r rof
of the cub cubS sown gowrtOd d hi Iate4lack J fe qft1o f act tTSbej1 tTSbej1of rdbed rdbedof f fot
of the the Supreme S reme Court marched Into 1nt th thhdll t11h the thehdll
hdll h U cwl wlilie 1i1 the h eyes of Justices Haijajr HaijajrwiCh H Ha1ciu Ha1ciuaria 1 r rnn
nn aria Brew Biiwer r who were present bUIgl bUIglwlrh bulged bulgedwith
wiCh with arfonlshment arfonlshmentAll ift nlshment nlshmentMI
All persons jcrsons having business bu iness with the thocourt th thcourt thecourt
court were admonished to draw near nearas nearas nearas
as the court was wa Va declared to be sit sitting sItting altting ¬
ting by the crier using the exact form formof formor formof
of the announcement made mad in the thehlh thehlhest high highest highest ¬
est court In the land with 1th its Oyez OyezOyezl Oy OyczOyuzi z zOycz
Oyezl Oyez and all the rest r 6t of it itEverybody iLEverybody it itEverybody
Everybody wondered what was com coming comIng corning ¬
ing Then the club member imperson impersonating Impersouatlng impersoliating ¬
ating the Chief Justice said Gentlft Gentlftmen Gentlllmen Gentlemen
men men be seated and the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremtC SupremeCourt
Court C < lrt was turned Into an uproarious uproariousminstrel uproariousminstrel uproariousminstrel
minstrel show with a bang bangAmong btngAmong
I
Among the Guests GuestsAmong GuestsAmong GuestsAmong
Among the ftatingulahed tln3UllJl ed guests were wereMr weret wereMr
Mr t Justice Ha H Harlan r rlan Ian and and Mr Justice JusticeBrewer Ju JusticeBrewer tce tceBrewer
Brewer of the United States Supreme SupremoCourt Su SupremeCourtWiiiam remQ remQCourt
Court CourtWiiiam WHllam H MOody Mo dy Secretary Secretar of ofthe ottbe orthe
the Navy NaV Senator Aldrfch Senator Al Allison Allison AlJison ¬
lison Representative J Adam Bedo BedoCapt HedoCapt lSodoCapt
Capt B B Bradford nr dford of the navy navyFourth na naItourth navyFourth
Fourth Assistant Postmaster General GeneralJ
J L BrIstow Speaker Cannon Senator SenatorCullom S SenatirCuIlum nat3r nat3rCullom
Cullom Representative Cushman of ofWashington OfWashington of ofashtngton
Washington Representative RepretJ ntatly DalzeJl Dulzall or orPennsylvania at atPennsylvania t tPennslvanla
Pennsylvania Senator DJcfc Ulckot Jek of Ohio OhioSenator OhioSenator I ISoitutor
Senator Dolllver of Iowa Senator Senator fair fairbanks 1n11banks bailrbanks
banks of Indiana Repres R preseit1ve natlve Hay Hayof l1a l1aor Hayof
of Virginia Gov W V H Hunt of Porto PortoRico PortoRico PortoRico
Rico Senator Kean of New Now Jersey JerseySenator Jers JerseySenator y ySenator
Senator Kittredge of South Dakota DakotaRepresentative D DakotaRepresentative kotn kotnRepre
I Representative Repre entaUe Landhs L ndhs of Indiana Rep Representative Reprosent Reprusentative ¬
resentative rosent t1c Lovering of Massachusetts MassachusettsSenator MuueliusettSenator lUHJIchusettiSenator
Senator Millard of Nebraska Repre Representative RpriBontaUve Reprasentatve ¬
sentative Powers Pow rs of Massachusetts G GE GE GE
E Roberts Director of the Mint lUntGrant lUntGrantB Grant GrantB
B Schley of New YQrk Senator Scott Scottof Sc tt ttot ttof
of West Virginia Francis JCynde Iynde ynde Stet Stetson Stet1Ion Stetson ¬
son of New York Representatlvev Sul Sullivan Su SuUvanof Sulivan ¬
livan Uvanof of New York Thomas Fl F I Walsh WalshJohn WalshJohn WalshJohn
John Sharp Williams Domo Domoorritlc rrttlc leader leaderIn leaderin leaderin
In the House Hou e and Commlstiiontir Commllontr Yerkes YerkesA YerkCRA YerkesA
A Negro Chorus ChorusThe ChoUsThe ChorusThe
The Supreme Court minstrel minstrel show showbegan SQOWegan showbegan
began egan with a rollicking negro negro chorus chorusRoll chorusnoli chorusRoll
Roll Out Dat Cotton and nndended ended with withn
n n song by The rh Gridiron Clubs 410000 410000Prize 10000 10000Prize lOO3O lOO3OPrize
Prize Quartette who had a ballad balladwhich ball bahltidwhich d dwhlcb
which the intorlooutor said was called calledPeeping calledPeeping calledPeeping
Peeping Through Thr ugh the Knot Hole In InPapas InPapas inPupas
Papas Wooden Leg err r Who Built the
Ocean So Gloat to the ShOre This Thiswas Thiswas Thiswas
was based on the old negro song Lit Little LIttle Littie ¬
tle Black Bull and an ran like this thisDavid th thisDavid s sDavid
David B Hill came opwn dwn the t cmoun cmountnln moun mountain rnountairi ¬
tain tainHoosan tnlnHoosan tairiHoosan
Hoosan Johnny 1ohnn Hoosan Johnny JohnnyDavid JOhl1n JOhl1nDavid JohnnyDavid
David B Hill came down the mountain mountainLong rnbuntalnLong mOuntainLong
Long time ago aeoEach aloEach agoEach
Each singer in the burlesque quArtet quArtethod q quirtet quirtethad rtot rtothad
had a line He picked plc ed out a man m n vhost whostname whosiname vhostname
name Is Parker He said Dont talk talkand talkanl talkand
and well beat T Roosevelt and He Hedidnt Hedldnt Hedidnt
didnt say sa a a word all spring or sum summer summer summen ¬
mer Than the wholo court joined in inthe Inthe inthe
the last stanza which which was wasBut WJUSBut wasBut
But when was a dumb man sent sentto to the theWhite theVhlte theWhite
White House HouseHoosan HouseHoosnn HouseHoosan
Hoosan Johnny Hoosan Johnny Johnnyi Johnn JohnnBut JohnnyBut
i But when was a dumb mb mfan nsont sent to the theWhite theWhite
White Wrrew Wrrewos House Housej HouseLONG os
j IX LONG > NG TIME AGO AGOHit AGOHit AGOHit
Hit at Miles MilesIn MilesIn MilesIn
In view Iew cf t the proposition to nominate nominateGen nominateGen nominateGen
Gen Nelson A Miles for President on onthe ontheProhlbllion onthe
the theProhlbllion Prohibition ticket one of the song sonpsters songsters sonfsters
sters had a clever paredy on Pfcul PfculWests P111Yests PkulWests
Wests Im on the th Water atr Wagon WagonNow VagonNow Vag n nNow
Now which he gave with great effect effectThe etTectThe effectThe
The respects resppcts of the court were were werpaldto werpaldtoSecretary paid pnldto pnldtoSecrctao to toSecretary
Secretary Secrctao Moodyand Moody and the Other ohernaYft noyal noyalheroes nayalheroes I Iheroes
heroes present resent with a nro parody < 3y6n y On ntlJ tlie tliesong tIIesqng o osQns
song sQns H He W3 as a fI Sailor SailorThe Snfl SailazThe t tTho
The show contjnuaowfQr COntinuQdor half an anhoju anhojuamid hojir hojirj
j amid great greatmerrlmont merriment m rrlmunt Some SOple of thW thWjokes th thjokes th thjokes
1 jokes wercc wer werUWhy weuWhy v vWhy
Why Is HoarstB chase after the
Democratic Dempcr 1Uc nomination nomtnatIori norninationlike like living living at an anAmerican anAmerican anAmerican
American American plan 1urt hotel hotelBecause 1i hotGT hotGTBecause t l 1 1E >
Because E cause you pay pay for for for4t lt whether wh ther you youget youget youget
get It or not notnFnDk Y YPrank
nFnDk Prank for Parker Parkere Paik r ri
i J SU 19 it t tlIt t4k t4kittivp
lIt ittivp > e Imi 1fUt lit the Republicans n evu bl i s are going gol7g Ofrg to toihai t6t111t to1f9w
ihai ihaiHOw t111t t111tow
HOw 1f9w ow are a e the tl Republicans 01ubl1Qansgoing going to tofrank tofix tofix
fix j iii iiiTom
T jT Tom Plait pi it ffi thndz tJ dt9senf to send Parker arter do dornnk afrank
frank so he can nn < XIiress press an opinionrThnt opinion Opniunrhnt piitoalhot
rThnt rhnt was a a great gre t victory victOryth the Gov Government Govcrnment Govcinrnent ¬
ernment won on In the mergercase mergercaseYou mrgero merger case caseYou caseou
You ou bet the president resdent was supi supiported sup supJOrted supported
ported by b a vote oe of four and I live 11veulshts liveulghts 1 1ulshts
ulshts out Of 0 a possible nine nineThe nineTheIowa nineThe
The TheIowa Iowa Idea IdeaDolliver IdeaDolhiver 1 1Dolllver
Dolllver Is still holding h ldlng out for the theIowa thtJow thclowa
Iowa Jow idea ideaWhat ideaWhat ideatVIiat
What is the Iowa 10wn Idea IdeaTo ideaTo Z ZTo
To get all alltheoffic the offices 15 you Qu can and andholler andhoUer andholler
holler for more and nd take the tariff off offcodfish ottcodfish offcodfish
codfish and keep it on on wheaL wheaLWhy wheat wheatIhy vheaLWhy
Why was It a great grent thing tiling for r Tim TimFujlivan TlmSullnn TimFullivan
Fujlivan tucomc tu come to Congress CongressBecause CongressBccau tolgressBecause
Because Bccau he found und but out t when he got gothere botbere gothere
here that the United States isn t tbounded tBtunded tbcurded
bounded by b the Jie e Bowfery Baw r and Coney Isl Island Is1nnd Isianrl ¬
and andWhat What iw I the latest executive order orderfrom orderfrom orderfrom
from the White hlte House HouseThe HouseTho HouseThe
The President Is going to to give serv service sarvICt service ¬
ice ICt pension to first voters votersMassachusetts votersMassachusetts oters otersII
Massachusetts MAssachusetts Gets It ItWhy ItVh itWhy
II Why Vh is Secretory secretnr30 Moody going to ru respn ruyn ruTt
spn yn 7
spnIt It twouldrit wouldnt be fair f 1r for him to say sayThere suyl1ere sayThere
There l1ere are three tlireeor or four f ur people In Mas Massachusetts 11111SDchusetts Musnchusetts ¬
sachusetts nchusetts who ho havent i b been > een en Secretary SecretaryJohn Secretar Secretaror Secretaryof
or the Navy yet yetJohn et etJohn
John Sharp S arl > Williams of oJ Mislsslppi Mislsslppiwont MicsissijpIwort UrslssIJlPIwont
wont get et the Democratic nomination to foVlcp toVIc toic
Vlcp VIc ic President PresidentWhy PresJdentVhy Presidcuntthy
Why are you of that opinion opinionBecause opinionBecaus 1 1Becnus
Because the South Js too busy re rememberlnfi remtmberlnpher tomembenlaP
memberlnfi mtmberlnpher her dead men to pay any at attention attention attention ¬
tention to her live ones onesWhitevashers one oneWhitc onesWhiteashers
Whitevashers Whitc ashers Appear AppearAfter Appe AppearAftor r rAftor
Aftor the fish flsh fish had had been b en served a club clubmember clubm clubmember
member m mber dressed dressed fii in a 1 flaming tfu lng red uni uniform uniform uniform ¬
form and carrying a big gong came cameInfo cameInfo cameinfo
Info the t o room room beating bfatlngthegong the gong lustily lustilyHe lustilyH lustilylie
He H announced a mouncW that tho Gridiron Clubs Clubawhitewashing CIub1whftowaahlng Clubswhitoisasllillg
whitewashing committee committeeVaS was jo o hold an anopen anpen anopen
open pen session to whitewash whlteW Jl1 some someproII prom prominent prommont ¬
mont lnentmen men who vlio are accused of various varioushigh varioushigh arlous arloushigh
high crimes and misdemeanors The Thewhitevtiahlnj Thewhltew1alfhln Thewhite4a3hiflii
whitevtiahlnj committee appeared appearedheaded appeareclheaded appearedheaded
headed by bya a member carrying the great greatmace grealmace greatmace
mace of the House of Representatives Representativesand ItepresentaUvcSand
and followed by b a whitewasher dressed dressedIn dressedin
In white and carrying a whitewash pall palland panand pailand
and brush brushThe brushThe brushThe
The culprits tw were re Attorney General GeneralKhox GenemlKhO GencralKnoc
Khox KhO Knoc who who was charged with being too tooreckless too tooreckless toorecklesS
reckless In the pursuit of trusts trustsSpeaker trustsSpenker trustsSpeaker
Speaker Cannon who was charged with withbolnff withbelm withlOiflJt
bolnff absurdly Infatuated Infatuat d with the Sen
ate fl t and t nd tho American Arneri an Institute In Utu te of Arch Architects Architects ¬
itects Representative J Adam Bede Bedewho Bedewho Bedewho
who was charged with being a a humor humorist humorisf humorist ¬
ist Senator Fairbanks who was wascharged wasc1arge waschargeti
charged c1arge < l with 1t11 being entirely too radical radicaland radiCaland radicaland
and unconventional In his views and andFourth andFourth andFourth
Fourth Assistant Postmaster General GeneralBrlstow GeneralBristow GeneralBristow
Bristow who was charged with trying tryingto trflngto tryingto
to put Congress In a hole l1QlcKlox Knox Can Cannon Cannon Cannon ¬
non Fairbanks and Bede were ex expedftiously exI
I pedftiously whitewashed d the th official officialwhltewnshsr oflclalwhlteW officialwhitesashr
whltewnshsr whlteW ldl r daubing lifesized 1Jf sled pictures picturesof
of them after the decisions had been beenreached beenreached beenreached
reached The committee C mmltteo decided to towhitewash towhitewash towhitewash
whitewash Bristow although the evl evldoncfe 01donc cvidence
doncfe against him was very cry strong but butthat butthe butthe
the whltewa whitewasher her was obliged to rpport rpportthat Iort
that that the whitewash would not stick stickand stlclcand stickand
and the meeting of the committee committeebroke CQmmlttuebrokoup committeebroke
broke brokoup up in great dlO dnrer dnrerHonOrs < H < < rder rderHonors r4erHonor3
Honors to Members MembersEarly McmbersEarly MembersEarly
Early In In the course of ofthe the the dinner It Itwas JtWtLOJ Itwas
was announced nnnoun dthat that the Gridiron Club Clubvotes Clubvoteq Clubvotts
votes Gridiron honors to distinguish distinguishpersons dIstinguishpersons distinguishpersons
persons persons every nineteen years oars Ballots Ballotswere Ballotswere Ballotswere
were distributed for t rtho r the members and andguests andi andguestp
i guestp The ThefirSt first ballot was was on Who WhoIs Whois ho hoIS
Is the t w handsomest man man In Congress CongressThis ConrcssThis CongressThis
This resulted rcsute In a tie vote between betweenRepresentative betweenRepresentative betweenBcpr
Representative Bcpr sentattvc Cushman of Washington Washingtoil Washing Wnshlngton ¬
ton ton and Representative Powers of ofMassachusetts ofla8snchusottEJ of4MassachusOtt
Massachusetts A vjva vva voce vote was wascalletffor waslleffor wascalleil
calletffor calleil lleffor for and nn Cuahman CU8 Cushinaii tnon won Powers Powersgave Poersrnvc Powersgave
gave him hlmn n i nilrrbf tn mrrot rror on in behalf b bhalf halt of the theolub theolub theolub
olub and Cushman C sh prfcsonted r s ntcdPowers ntcdPowersC Powers Powersi PowersCnt1flued
i XCtfjUtaued C Cnt1flued n nued on ThirdvPage T lroip ge
COCKRAN FLAYS FLAYSHIS FLAYSHIS FLAYSHIS
HIS OPPONENTS OPPONENTSIn
In Great Speech on Tariff Issue J Noted NotedEammany Notedfammany oted otedatr
< Eammany atr rrianyOratorPuts Orator Puts Republican Republicanv Rep RepublicanHouse bli n nY
v House Leaders le ders to Flight FlightO FlightvALZELL FlightDALZELL FlightDALZELL O
vALZELL DALZELL GETS G fS FEARFUL GRUELfNG GRUEL NG
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Representative W Bourke Cocknuv Cocknuvyesterday Cockrmerter Coclqan CoclqanyertrcIay
yesterday erter ay enlivened the proceedings proceedlngsor proceedlngsorthe of ofthe ofthe
the House with another anot er of his great greatoratorical greatorctorcnl greatoratorcal
oratorical efforts It was greater by bytar bynr byar
tar nr than his hi effort lIort of two weeks w eks ago agowhen agoWhcor ago1w12tr
when he made his initial speech upon uponhis U1 uponhm = Qn QnhIs
his return to Congress It was greater greaterIn greateril
In il i eloquence greater in dramatic Inci Incident Incldnt mcidant ¬
dent greater In interest and andof of greater greateradvantage greateradvanta greateradvantage
advantage advanta e to his party partyHe part partWas partyHe
He > > > was in his oldtime form for he hcU hewas hewas
was U talking chiefly upon his hi favorite favoritetopic favoritetopic favoritetopic
topic f for Or r assault Il sauIt the protective tariff tariffhe tnrlthewasestcrday tariffhewas
he hewasestcrday hewas was yesterday more like Uk the Bourke BourkeCtfCkran BourkeCuckran
CtfCkran jf f a decade ago when he made madehit mnde mndehiI madcfile >
hit masterly masterl argument upon the Wilson Wilsontariff Wilsottariff VIIso VIIsoturltI
tariff bill he was vastly vastl different from fromthe tromthe fromtheBourae
the theBourae Bounce Cockran of two weeks agp agptinil a agpbuLl p ptlilLl
buLl the th rcene which he produced was waantfcry wu wun1l wastth
ntfcry n1l J like the scenes cenesln in the Fiftythird FiftythirdI Flttyth FiftythirdGokgi 1t1 1t1Go
I Gohgresa Go Gokgi utes > than anything which has ha oc occurieQ occup ocuned
curieQ cup uned ttsln since c that time timeCheered timeCheered timeCheeze
Cheered Cheered to Echo EchoThe EchoThe EchoThe
The The Democrats cheered him to the theecho theecho theechc
echo time tlme and and again as he sailed sdlediato sdlediatothe tiled into lntothe intothe
the Republicans Republl ans and one on after another anotherput anotherp anotherput
put p t their leaders to rout as 1 now and andfhen andthen andthen
then they arose to Interrupt him Some Somehe Someheleft11eelng Someheieftlleeing
he heleft11eelng heieftlleeing leftileelng in anger others he simply simplyknocked simplyknoclced simplyknoOked
knocked over with wllhhls his oratorical shafts shaftsof shaftsof shaftsof
of wit it logic loglcand and eloquence and left leftthem lerttti leftthem
them tti m where they had fallen fallenThe fallenThe fallenThe
The climax was reached in his great greatsptoch greatsvGch greatsaecch
sptoch when he encountered Represen Representative RepresentaUve Representative ¬
tative Dalzell Rep Pa one on of 9 the theleaders thelcLacrs theleaders
leaders lcLacrs on the majority side As a a re result reS resull ¬
sult S l of their t eir colloquy a feeling of such suchbitter suchbitter suchbitter
bitter personal enmity enm1t was engendered engenderedthat engenderedthat engenderedthut
that taking Mr Cockrans remarks as asmeaning asm asmeaningwhat
meaning m meaningwhat anhlg what hat he said these two states statesmen statesmeui ¬
men me meui until untIl today today warm personal ersonal frfends friendsare frfendsarehencetorth frfendsare
are arehencetorth henceforth hated personal p rsonal enemies enemiesAll enemIesjn enemiesA1l
jn All But Butthe the Lie Lie
The 110 lie wasjpassed was waspassed Passed in all but the use use6t usellie useof
6t of the he word Itself It came about he hecauser bccti becdtse
causer cti s Mr 1 rD r Dalzell 1z ll charged that Mr MrCockrah MrCochran loll lollCockrah
Cochran Cockrah had tad been Il paid for the thrspeeches thrspeechesw speeches speecheswjiich speecheiivilch
w wjiich ivilch Jch lie made In support of McKinley McKinleyJn McKinleyIrteB
Jn IrteB n jSaS wilch hlch charge Mr Cockran de decallea deanlQ5t deand1
anlQ5t catb = 1 auage and1 and1a1l I1 I1ll
callea a1l ll d l uijonv u iijoit n Mr Daizeir Dalz ll to name ntu1 the theman th thmnl1 thaalum
man from tr m whom he had obtained his hisinformation hisInformation 1isinformation
information informationTnis InformationThIMr informationTltis
Tnis ThIMr Mr Dalzell D lzcllsneerlng sneering declined to todofook tod tode
dofook d de fookthe look the rebuke which Mr Cock Cockran Cockran Cockran
ran gave ive him hl n without ithout even yen so much as asa asa a aa
a word of ofreply reply and slunk away awa amid amidthe amidthe amidthe
the hisses of the Democrats leavingthfr leavingthfrImpression letdngthImpretslon 1eavIngtheimpression
Impression that he could not substan substantiate substantlatethe substantate ¬
tate tlatethe the accusation which he made madeBut madeBut madeBut
But Mr fr Dalzell although he came In Infor intor infor
for the most severe welts from Mr MrCockrans MrCo MrCocans
Cockrans Co ns oratorical Qra todeal shlllalah was not notalone notalone notahOneamong
alone ahOneamong among the witty Irishmans vic victims vieUrns Ie Ietims ¬
tims 3Ir Payne Mr Grosvenor and andothers a1dothers andothers
others who dared to rise and interrupt interruptcame InterruptcarneJn interruptcame
came carneJn In for their share of his lashing lashingbut lashingbutH lashingbut
but no such 5J ch bitterness of feeling was wascaused W wascaused 5 5caused
caused as as was was produced by Mr Dal Dalzells Dalzells Daizehls
zells Interjection Int dectlon
T Spoke Two HoursThe Hours HourThe floursThe
The Gardner Oard 1er bill to appoint a n com commission commission cornmission
mission of members of the Senate Senateand SenateandFQUSO and andHQUSO andouso
HQUSO ouso to Investigate the th Condition of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the American merchant marine and andrecommend andrcco andrecommend
recommend rcco mend measures for its develop development developmeat velop velopmel1t ¬
meat was was before the House Mr MrCockran MrCOQkranobtnlned MnCoekranobtalned
Cockran COQkranobtnlned obtained the floor to speak for forthirtyfive torthirt forthirtyfive
thirtyfive thirt fie minutes He talked for two twohours twohours twohouIs
hours drawn on by b questions from the theRepublican tbeRepublican theRepublican
Republican side lde and urged by b the theDemocrats theDem theDemocrats
Democrats Dem rats toreply He began by b shoe shoeing ahovIng showing ¬
ing the connection between the protec protective proteclive protective ¬
tive tariff and a ship subsidy In which whichdirection whichdlrectI whichdirectThn
direction dlrectI n the pending bill he said sal led ledThe ltd lrdThe ltdThe
The protective pr tect1Vo tariff he declared declar d was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the foundation of all allDolltIcal political corrup corruption corruption corruption ¬
tion A subsidy sl1b rd was was In short a a pro proposal propps proposal ¬
posal pps l on the part Jtrt of the Government topay ta tapay tapay
pay individuals for carrying on on a 0 los losing 10sring losag ¬
ring ag business If l it was well to pay In Individuals Individuals indlviduals ¬
dividuals for conducting an enterprise enterpriseat
at a loss lqss how much better It would be behe behe behe I
he said sal to pay them for forclrr carrying lng on a abusiness abusiness l lbusiness
business which was as profitable The Thepayment TMpLymcnt Thepaymeat
i payment to those who carry car on a losing losingbusiness losIngbushiess losingbusiness
business must come from those who whocarry whocarryon whocarry
carry carryon on a a 1 lucrative business some somebusiness someb somebusiness
business b sln ss must prosper prosper in order order that that a asubsidy asubld asubsidy
subsidy subld might might ± be paid to another suc success s sUe sUecess c ccess ¬
cess Is therefore penalized In order orderthat orderthat orderthat
that inefficiency may mil Be b encouragedInequalities encouraged encouragedInequalities encouragedThequalities
Inequalities of Protection ProtectionIf
If everybody got like benefits from fromprotection fromprotection fromprotection
protection nobod nobo > would wou d be benefited benefitedat
at all and nobody nobod would ould be injured It Itwas itwan I Iwas
was only onl the Inequalities of protection protectionwhich protectionw11ich protectionwhich
which made plade it profitable to some to ad advocate adoctite advacate ¬
vacate octite Vlt dt it because they the derived that
benefit at a to others
at length leng h the fundamental tundam ntaJ principles un underlying un underJlng UnL ¬
L denying the doctrine of protection protecti and anddeclared anddeclared anddeclared
declared among other things that the thefarmer thetarmer thetarmer
tarmer had protection only onl upon the thestatute thestatuto thestatute
statute books but none at the custom customhouse customhouse customhouse
house houseBetween houseBctwecn houseBetween
Between the principle of free trade tradeand traiJcand tradeand
and the doctrine of protectiOn he de declared declared dedared ¬
clared there was all nlJ the difference be between between 1etween ¬
tween tween civilization and savagery Mr MrCockran MrCockran MrCochran
Cockran had been talking t lking along this tillsline thisline thisline
line for a while when Representative RepresentativeMarsh ntpre81mw ItqprescntaiveMarsh Ive IveMarsh
Marsh Rep Ill Interrupted Intcrru > t d being the thefirst thetlrst thefirst
first ono bold enough to do so Mr MrCockran MrCockran MrCochran
Cockran was reluctant to yield Ield but butMr butMr butMr
Mr Marsh lIarshlnslsted insisted upon getting In Inwherpupon Inw Inwher
wherpupon w wher er upon Mr Cockran amid Demo Democratic rJ romocratic mo mocratlc ¬
cratic applause exclaimed exclaimedMr I IMr
Mr Speakcr I will not exactly yield yieldbut ylellbut yieldbut
but I will submit submitMr submltu submltuMr submitMr
Mr Marsh asked if Mr Cockran had hadnot htulnot hadnot
not voted for the Wilson bill which whichembodied whl wh1bembodied 1 1embodied
embodied the principle of protection protectionHelped protectionHelped protectionHelped <
Helped Frame Wilson Bill BillReplying Bi BillReplying t tReplying
Replying Replying Mr Cockran declared d clnredthat that thatho thatho
ho helped to frame tIme that measure and andhad an andhad l lhad
had voted for for1t it when In a a blaze of t en enthusiasm enthusiitsni ¬
thusiasm tbusl m It I passed the House but ho hodeclared hadecla hedeclard
declared decla d amid loud Democratic ap applause apptt1u applause ¬
plause ptt1u e that ho had voted votedaslnst votedaslnstn against againstamendments nginstumendment
amendments n endments added a ded in tftft tJ Senate Senatethr Senatethrough enate enatethrough
through thr h th the the < i corrupt rrupt influences i 4u < < nces of r cor cor corI
I
porations which had been strong strong enough enoughto
to write the schedule in that body Mr MrCockran MrCochran otr otrCockran
Cockran proceeded roceeded to define prosperity prosperityand prosperityand prosperityand
and declared that the Republicans Rcpt lnns could couldmake couldmale couldmake
make no Issue Jsue out of that as every everyDemocrat everyDemocrat everyDemocrat
Democrat as well as Republican was wasin wasIn wasIn
in favor of it but the policy of pro protection protaction proteetlon ¬
tection he denounced as the policy of ofplunder oflunder ofDlundcr
plunder plunderMr DlundcrMr lunder lunderr
Mr r Dalzell arose to ask if Mr Cock Cockran Cockran Cockran
ran had made speeches of that charac character ch1r c ctel cter ¬
ter tel when in the campaign of 0 1SS6 he hahad hehad hehad
had supported McKInley McKlnle Mr Cockran Cockrandeclared Cockrandeclared Cockrandeclared
declared that in supporting McKinley McKinleyhe
he had not changed changttd his views viewsUpon upon anf anfsubject un unsubj ansubject
subject subj ct or issue In supporting McKln McKlnley lIIcKlnley McKmnhey
ley he had h d supported Democratic doc doctrine doctrl doetrine ¬
trine trineI trl
I supported Mr McKinley fcKinlcy declar declared declared declared ¬
ed Mr Cockran with wlthemphnsls emphasis be becase becnse becase
case I thought he was right You of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Republican party supported him be because becnuse because ¬
cause you OU thought It was was profitable profitableDalzelPs profitabieDalzells profitableDalzefla
DalzelPs Ugly Charge ChargeI
601 I will state that I have been in informed Informed Informed ¬
formed declared Mr Dalzell again In Interrupting interrupting Interrupting ¬
terrupting Uthat that It was profitable to the thegentleman lhogentleman thegentleman
gentleman from New York to support supporthim supporthim supporthim
him when he did didAt dIJAt diLAt
At this there was a loud outburst of oflaughter otlaughter oflaughter
laughter and applause on the tb Repub Republican RepubJlcnn RepubPenn ¬
Penn side Both the statement statement and tho thogreeting thogreeting thegreeting
greeting which it received greatly an angered angored angored ¬
gored Mr Cockran He turned white whitawith whitewith whitewith
with anger nnger as he replied repliedMr replieduYr repliedMr
uYr Mr Speaker Spe ker that is a statement statementwhich statementwhich statementwhich
which has h s been made wherever there therehas therehnR therehas
has been found a mouth foul enough to toutter toutter toutter
utter words behind which there was no noconscience noconsclencc noconscience
conscience conscienceDemocratic consclencc consclenccDemocratic conscienceDemocratic
Democratic applause greeted gr eted this dec declaration de delaratlon deeharation ¬
laration but It was as only the beglnnLijr beglnnLijrof
of the tumult which whichwas was to follo foll follChall follow followChallenge v vChallenge
Challenge Chall nge to Defalken Defalkenj Defa11 Def DefIt i iIt
It has deen my m fortune fortunTJt fortnsoCvariOuS fortnsoCvariOuStimes at j various varioustimes arIOuSUrnes
times to support different political par parties partles parties ¬
ties continued Mr Cockran 601 I have havenever havenover havenever
never yet gone through a campaign campaignwhere campalgnwhere campaignwhere
where some one did not throw a stone at atme ntme atme
me me as asthls this gentleman does I challenge challengehim Qbn1lengehim challengehim
him he proceeded charging down the theTalsle theatSl theftslO
ftslO Talsle atSl and and1 undpnflngiaflngerSharPlY > Tdnflngnis > fnUng w finser9harply at atMrJDaTzell AtJrDa12ell atMrDaiacll
MrJDaTzell and all the the cohorts of vice viceand vicennd viceand
and crime a3d a d corruption that are em embodied embodied m mbodied ¬
bodied in the Republican party to show showthat shoWthat showthat
that the national naiomU committee commlt ever con contributed co cotributed contnibuted ¬
tributed as a much as my railroad rroa fare fareduring taredurIng fareduring
during all that campaign cmpatgn Prolonged Prolongedcheers Prolongc Prolongedcheers
cheers cheer and applause applause on OD the Democratic Democraticside DenUc DenUcsIde Deniucraticside
side 1 lvonder wonder if i the gentleman gentem will willanswer w1 wiUanswer
answer that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Dalzell Dazel1 DalzeUI I dont jont suppose supp se the gen gentleman gentlema gentiemait ¬
tleman tlema paid any anyContinuing an anContnuing anyContinuing
Continuing Contnuing pid Mr lI Cockrah Cock h declared decard that thati tht ththepad thathe
i he paid his own expenses xpense wherever he hewent hewent hewent
hepad
went as he had always done in all allto aUcampa1 allcampaigns
campa1 campaigns s and when he wet went anywhere anhcroto anywhereto
to deliver deU er an address addres upon a subject subjectother sbject sbjectother subjectother
other than politics politic He had challenged challengedcontradiction chened chenedcontrdicton challengedcontradiction
contradiction contrdicton while whie Mr Hanna Hnna chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man of the national natona committee committe was yet yotalive yetalive ot otalve
alive alve
Contributor Contbutor Not Recipient Recipientt Re RecipientFor pient pientFor
t For the post twenty years he said he
had beeh a contributor to campaign campaignfunds campaignfunds campaignfunds
bee
funds rather rotheI than a recipient of them themBut thtr themBut
But sir sfrhe he continued continued I welcomo welcomothe welcomthe welcom3the
the Interruption Interrupton as It I shows exactly exct tho thoweapon thoWeapon thuweapon
weapon with which this thi organized orgnIze cor corruption cr crrupton corruptiop ¬
ruption rupton that tht we call cal republicanism republicanismmeans republcanim republcanimmean republicanismmeans
means mean to conduct cnduct this tis campaign cmpsn 1 said saidit saidit ad adI
it I had worked the demoralization demorlzaton of our ourcivic ourchcour ourclvic
civic chcour our political poltel as well wel as our In Industrial Industrial industniul ¬
dustrial system and who testifies tetfie to It Itso Itso t tso
so strongly as a the gentleman gentemal who at attributes attribute attributes ¬
tributes tribute to me what he knows to be the tfcauniversal ta tauniversal theuniversal
universal custom of every eer Republican Republicanpolitician RepublicanpOltician Republicanpolitician
politician politicianAt pOltician pOlticianAt At this the Democrats responded reponded with withcheers withcheer withcheers
cheers cheer applause applaue and cat calls caJS which whichlasted whcll whclllate whichlasted
lasted for several secrl minutes minutesI
late 601 I can c say sa for or myself shouted Mr MrDalzell dr drDaizell tr trDalzeU
Dalzell when his hi voice olce could be heerdabove heerd hef hedabove
above the din imprecisely Iprelsel what tfcS tfcSgentleman t tg th thgeatieman
gentleman g ntieman has said sid as a to t himself hlma with withrespect wih wihr withrespect
respect r spect to campaigning campaigningA
A Stinging StnJg Retort RetortIt Rctor
It I would not have been len necessary necessarysaid neca1 aeceaiai7said
said sid Mr Cochran to have stated sUted that thatto tht thtto thatto
to me for until unti that tha interruption Interrpton I Ishould Ishould Ishould
should not have suspected suspecte the gentle gentleman Inte Inteman gentleman ¬
man man but it has been my m experience eerenc in inlife InlCe Ialife
life lCe that no man min is quick to accuse accuseanother accusea accuseanother
another a other of an infamy inay unless he has be become beCme bec4me ¬
come Cme intimate Intmate with wit It himself himel This ThUwas Thi Thiswas
was the first instance Instnce where a shot had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been delivered deUvere home to Mr Dalzell Dael The TheDemocrats Th TheDemocrats
Democrats Democrat relished relshe it and applauded applaudedloud applaude applaudedloud
loud and a dIDnl long longThe longThe
The he gentleman aenUt > mnn had better beter apply that thatlogic tt ttloslc thatlogic
logic to himself right now sneered sneer Mr MrDalzell M MrDaizell
Dalzell Dalzel when when he could culd be heard herd and andJet andlet and andJet
Jet me say to him that tt l have hae been ben In Informed Informed informed ¬
formed But Mr Dalzell Dalztl could get getno g getno t ttn
no further furer then for Mr Cockran Cokr noif noifaroused nQWarouse no noaroused
aroused tn to great anger shouted shouteday shoute shoutedny
arouse ay when uy ± y Whoa vlom ay whom sir sirName s sirName
Name Name him here and now nowBy nowUBy nowBy
UBy By a 0 Democrat replied rpUel Mr r Dalzell DalzellMmself Dazell Daizelltlmselt
Mmself becoming much bested
Cockran Coclan Demands Demnds Name NasieName Nae NaeUNnme NameName
UNnme Name him hJm name him I demand that thatyou t th thyou
you Ou name him himThe hlmThe himThe
The Democrats Deocrat joined tn In thevchona thevchonaand thCOr thCOraJ1d thecboruaand
and shouted name him him naMe name me him himMr him himMr
Mr fr Cockran Coclrn rushed ruae madly m l down th thaisle the theals theaisle
als aisle e and fnd shaking his flat fst at Mr jlr Dalzell Dalzellagain Dae DaixcUagain
again demanded demande that lhtt Mr Dalzell DheU izelI ntuna ntunahis nn niunslis
his informant Intormant Great Gret confusion onulon pre prevailed pre prealed provailed ¬
vailed aled and the Speaker Sptker hammered hfLJllored hazpered loud loudly Jouc loudb ¬
ly b with witl his gavel be for order orde but It I wan wanno wa wanno
no use for several minutes mnu for pande pandemonium pandmonlum pandomoiluni ¬
monium reigned reignedThen reiged reigedTheu reignedThen
Then came the thp climax Umax as A Mr Cochran Cockranpitching Cockran Cochranpitching
pitching his vole vocp oie to a still stt higher key keyuntil keyljnt keyuntil
until ljnt It I could be b hoard hord clearly above the thedin thedin thedin
din exclaimed eclimed uNiure Name him n ne ne him himor himor himor
or admit udml sir s1 that tat you are ae he heel hesitated hesltnted heeltated ¬
tated an an instant Instnt and den wUIj Wii equal equalforce eual eualorce equalfcrco
force orce and earnestness eet sfcoutctX 9out wnat wnatcunnot wnatOlnot wiatcannot
Housc House Olnot cannot be sold upon upn the te floor tr of this thiaHouse ths thsHousc thisilouse
At t White Vhite Heat HeatAt HCtt <
I At t this tls the th Democrats Democts broke forth forthaaev rort forthanev
anew anev with With tumultuous tumuluous cheers che cat et calls callsi7hsties cll eLlIswlisties
i7hsties wlisties 7h stt5 nnd applause and ad alm almost t m mins 10 10ing najag
ins nS nSr us one man an Joined oln Mr Cockran CQcJn in incemundng IncemandJng igGemalding
cemandJng cemundng that 1lnt Dalzell DiUzel wane nl hi 11 man manIt tun tunIfS untoIt
It was an Intensely ttesolydrmtUi dramatic soittCv sqsse and andliotu andboth d d1Qlh
both IfS Mr 10 CopXrnn and nd Mr ri DofsaH D Dnsell s n wero weror werOufwbh weroa
1Qlh a white 1 h ltoht Cpkrn t Mr Dfbe Dttlzell I Coflied firt first firstuud
ltld uud ufwbh aitid a r with wIh i t sneer snM ted Why Wla o ocourse of ofto ofCOURSe
course to s 1 1 will m not name nme htm whereat Whert

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