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Three army nny ycorps corps are are assigned to S1 St StPetersburg Petersburg terihurg II
Grand Duke Vladimir Vla mir eldest iincFe of Czar fiftyeight years ye rs old I
holds chief command
Guards are the thecorps corps delite deliteof of the he Russian army
They The y yare are selected from all by bylr o P Per lr er r the theernplre empire e p re from f xom among a ong the tallest talle st
and andmostiobustmen most robust men I
They are accustomed to exercise x t nise i5eand and ma maneuvers uversunder under the eyes
of the Czar 1 <
They are always alwa is commanded comman command d dby FbYSO by some me Vmeinber > me thber b of oithe the imperial I
family I IfaniBy
They form a picked corps
They The = are brilliant in indress dress perfect in drilling and in precision of I
movement unequaled in Russia
Two army corps numbering numbering25OOO 2500 men each h two divisions of I
guards numbering 12500 each cavalry cavalryJf of the t theguard guard guard including iI cluding Grena ¬ I
diers diersUhl UhlandSy ndse Cossacks ossacksand and others O thers numbering n iID b eri rig 50OOQ 5 do d > service in
the city proper v I 1
All are are re under direct dire t orders from the 4 Winter Winter WlnthrP Palace lace 1
of =
f Continued Con tinued from Second Page
fiercely rcet tha that i is some s om e eo of o f the th wor w rkn rkn kmen ien en had ha d
barely time to toescapcby escape by byv v jumping from
the th windows
The The fire burned burned for forse several ral hours ho urs but
the docks were saved saye TI The origin ri ln of
the thefir fire ftr is unknown but bu t Is believed to
be incendiary
Revolutionary Re Revo vo lutionary Incendiarism
LONDON Jan 24 2tThe The Kieff corre ¬
spondent of o tthe the tandard Standard ascribes
the recent destruction of o f fnaval naval depots
at Sevastopol Se asfopol to torc revolutionary o utlonalJ Incen
diar diarism ism in whic h the UiesaUors sailors of the
Baltic I c fleet i1 t twho who lived on shore in bar
r racks ckssb shiired red
He quotes an ane eyewitness ey ewitness withess as saying
that thlt the t te e sailors Sailors were badly ba db victualed v lctu led
overworked o verw rked and unpaid They The were
sent sent to war without be being ing allowed to
bid farewell to their th < ir relatives Finally Fln lly
they openly refused to obey orders On
one occasion sailors s ilors who wl1ow were r on the h
eve of starting st rting for the East pelted their
sulmiral a mlfulwith with all sorts of missiles aft after r
lie 1 heJiaaxnade i had J1 d made m ade a farewell speech to them
Revolt Re vo t of Sailors S ilors
At Atanoth another anothqr time the men who wh were were
confined to their barracks for an obnox ¬
ious reason reason forced forc d the gate and swarm ¬
ed to the officers orncersquarte quarters yelling End
the war Down DQ vJwith with absolutism
Rioting following The e mutineers who
bad armed themselves with iron rail ¬
ings forced forcedthe their lr way into the th dwellings
pf quripopu1ar unpopular officers maltreated maltreat cl them th m
and randtset 5e set fire to their dwellings They Th y
then rushed to the headquarters of the
naval staff where a detachment of In ¬
fantry was on on guard
Fired Into Air
> v The troops troovsvere were ordered ortler d to tofite firea fire a pl
ley at the rioters but tl t1 tly > y fired Into
the theaIr air and none of the sailors S nors
hurt The troops were were thereupon or
dered to their barracks and another de
tachment t chment was w ds sent to replace them
These heseacted acted similarly
The Ex Express prcss publishes a story stolJsim sim
3f iiarto liartothe the foregoing but represents repr en
mutinous 1rutlnoussaUors sailors as causing caUSlngthefi the fire e
This however is obviously untrue untru as
the sailors of the Baltic fleet left Sevas
topol some time tlm ago ag
RGMEi Rm OcIF E > Jan Jan 2s 2LAdispatCq ZLA A dispatch from
Tokyo states that Field Field1Iarsh MarshalOyama rarshatOy lO ama ma
commanding comma iidlnb the Japanese Jap ncse armies In
b Manchuria has issued issu da a proclamation
to his army urging uglngthem them to to further en
durance remarking 5 in connection co nection
Russias internal int rnaltroubles troubles
is with us
ST PETERSBURG Jan 24 24Kuropat Kuropat
sin in Ineportlngthe reporting the details of
Mlstchenkos recent ce1t raid in the neigh
borhood of Niuchwang Niuchwangstates states that
Russians a lost t 33 i officers and 310 iO
c killed and d wounded i tuu uu e
ROME Jan 24 21The The Italian
have discovered dlsco ered that Father Gapon
leaders of the St Petersburg P strikers
dt 0 Italian descent
His m i grandfather they the say was
Alfred Alfred GabbonL He H was waS one one of Napo
leons officers and accompanied th
French zenc1iarmy army army to Russia In 1812
He remained r mairicd In n Russia Russiaasafarm as a farmer r
whence he hcwas was followed by his wife
twojf to twoyearold Y earrpld ar Qld son who was t the 1efath
of f the f present Russian Russk1 strike leader
Got Ideas Here
BOSTON BOSTO Jan J n 24 21 Father Fat her Capon Gapon
leader of the St Petersburg strikers
first rst drank In his republicanism in tli1
s State tate 1te according to toTohn John Baker
ilelrose i a Russian Rus fan nihilist nlhl lstwho who goe
under an assumed name and who whoi I
widely jdclY known in the State as asa a
and lecturer on Russian Russl n matters
According to Mr Baker Father
wa was as In this State S 1t in 1901 1901 901 heading h ading a Rue
sian iandelegatfon delegation tothe local Young 3len
Ehrlstlan Christian Association which was cele
Ifrating its fiftieth anniversary annlversar
h hI I had a six hours talk with
Gapon said Mr Ba Baker ker u ule I le p
to him h m our formef form of government go nlmcnt in
points it differs differsfQm from that ihatof of Russia
the advantages of the liberty we enjoy
how the th soldier Is subordinate to
civilian ci lan
u Theoung The tyoung young priest for he was
only thirtyfour or thirtyfive years old
was as intensely Intensel Interested lntere3tedln in ail that
said and was able to verify verlf the
important impo nt of the matters ma ters I called to
attention He leaned forward as
talked 1alkedandsecmeq andsecmed to drink in in cve evet
word He seemed scarcely able to com
prehend such wonderful liberty Jibert aft
his 11lsIntimate Intimate knowledge of how
are arercgulatedInthe regulated in the land of the Czar
A Socialist Then
Father Gapon had socialistic ideas
even at the time 1 had the talk wit
him and these ideas have helped
in hthls his work with the people people He te wa
never 11cvera a real priest but was more of
monk In the pr p priesthood iesthood more wh
would correspond with the cowlcy cowlc fath
ers of Boston He has been
much since he went back to Russia
Father Gapon whose real name i
Agathon was present prf > sent at a
given Inm the delegates by Governor GOlemorCrm Crane Crar ie e t
and those who met the priest say 801
lie IH > was greatly Impressed by the pro
ceedings especially the governors ac
tion in shaking hands with those thos pres
cnL nt He is described as a very Cry ener
getic person and thoroughly tl1orouhl
over th the condition coJidltJonof of the common peo
ple 11 In his country countl
LONDON Jan 24 24A A news i1 news ws
dispatch dlspatchsas says that that1 M Pobedonostzeff
the procurator general gen eral of the Russian
r Orthodox Or hodox Church Is seriously 4 ill
Pobedonostzeff has been one of the
most powerful Influences in the the en ¬
tourage of the Czar in pre preventing ntlng
trom llste listening riing to the advice adlceof of liberal
minded mind d ministers mI lsJe and in Inhol4ing holding out j I
against the th reform rcorm refo demands of the j
zemtsvos zem Vos and other bodies representing I
the mrtsses of the Russian RussL1npeople people j 11
Prince Prln e Peter P ter Kropotkin the well
known kno wn Russian RusSl n socialist leader who is s
a refugee in London is suffering from
i bronchial brQn hlal pneumonia and was was too ill
yesterday y sterd to be b seen s seii e 1 His wire W fie was a s
seen however and she said fl
While Whllewe we are ar are deeply deepl distressed by t
the th fearful loss 10 S So o f tUfe life still itllIWe we we hope h OP it =
will lU lead tp Improvement Improv ement t of the con on 1 t
dition o of our ourpeople people pe ple < J
PARIS Jan J n 24 24tl Tl1 fhe correspondents i o rrespondents
I of Frehcli F Fr r e 1C i papers p peron and agencies depict
the Russ Russian an imperial family as pros
trated trat dwith with t terror Tor
The The Czar is dejected and indecisive
in mood
J J3e Is i greatly worried by the ther reports ports
that tha t tnumb numb numbers rso of str sfr strikers ikers iremarching re reo o niarching
on St Petersburg Pete rSburg from the th outlying outl ing dis
Czar CzatSaid Said to t Have HaveFled Fled
I I LONDON LONDONi LONDONJan2tAccordi1g j Jan Jan2tAccordi1g 24 24According According to the
I St S1P Petersburg tersburgcorr correspondent spondentof of the
n nT Te T Tefraph iegraphJ r grap the r imper Imperial ial family has
fi fled d from TsarsjtoeSelo T Tars1oeSel ars1oeSel
Ke es says yst that after ter threeda three days and a
hl half fo of ofsrecy rsgcre s g greiy reiy ey lnd and frequent changes c cha a ges I
ironi from p palace 1 to paJa palace < the Czar C r hurried ¬ i
ly left le tTsa Tsars TsarskoeSelo koeSelo koeSeIoonlIonday on Monday morn II orn I
ing ingwhen in 4when when the news arrived arriv d that the
strikers from Kolpino had chosen the he i
palace pilla < eU there ereasthegoal as the goal f > 4i ith their lrm march r 1 i
Despite reassuring statements from
the thecourtdlg court dignitaries itarles and military miUta9offi offi i
ccrs ccr s the Czar it is alleged lost his
rierve nerye nerve iKimediately Immedlat lY and announced his
intention Intentionto to go to his summer residence
Peterhof Palace
Go G to Gatschina
Objections were were raised by the Dow ¬
ager ag r Empress En Enpress press whqsuggesteoNGatschina wJQ wjiosuggestedGa uggest a tscblna
The Czar Cza r consented and an i th thEf1in thd imperial erial
family faml1ystar star ted for forthere fo there hastily
Another Arioth A oth rrep riepOrt report rt says sa s that the Czar in ¬
spected his new yacht Alexandria Al xandria on
Monday but bu It is s pot not stat stated d where
I Iernment ernment t ent has h si issued > e an an official o clal statemelit s a Imeiit
thro itir irougl1 ugh the th clumnofthOmcial coliim c l mn hsoitheP o p1ficial icia i Mes
I senger st stating ti1gtbatthere that there the Ve were no tlose se
rlous clashes Jas1 yesterday sterday and no casual ¬
u ties s occurred o curred
The statement reads I 1 IThe
There Th re were no 11oconflicts conflicts yesterday esterda be between
tween the crowds and anc1the the troops and I I
the latter were not required tp t use fire
irms The crpwds crpw s were scattered by
the ith e timely tIm eb appearance apP a r nc of 0 f t the he military m m tan
The military during the day prevented prevent d 1 I
any attempt to attack ttac the Gastonlg
G Gate
In lf the theerming evening the h men men working wo rkln at
the electric el tric light lightwofkSjolnedth woksjolriedthestrik woHtsjolnedthe sInk sInkj j
Era rs Consequently In the darkness
groups gr groups upshcgan began breaking the windows of
shops in Inseverll several streets Order was
soon restored
In tli the course c Cd i1fseQf r of Qf yesterday esterd y nobody nobod
was injured
h hThe The The number numberof of casualties on Sunday
I Ireport report reported d irm fiftythree registered aria
i bularice centers ce lt S were 96 killed and 333 j
wounded w unded
KOV2CO Russia R ri riss ss a Jan ran 24 24The The strike i I
movement Is growing here and rioting
has begun
No 1Il0 serious damage has as yet et been
done don I
ROME Jan 24 24Archblshop Archbishop Schem
I beck of ofrohIlefC Mohiieff i the Catholic C thollc primate rlmate
of Q Russia has telegraphed to the Vati ¬
I can that the thcRussian Russian revolutionists have
seized sc z d dseveral several Catholic churches ch rch e eintend intend ¬
ing to fortify themselves In them
agAInst ag lnst attack
l He adds that thatseveral several leading Catholics t = atho1i tho1ie5 s
E who were wereknown known to toji be 9jfl5ymptthywith In Insmpahy sympathy with
the aspirations a so of the fh people have dis ¬
appeared recently rcc ntl and amtthat that their fate is
ST PETERSBURG Jan 24 24Atter After the
I first flrstyo volley l ley ey was fired firedSunday Sunday afternoon
at tha th procession of strikers led by
Father Gapon the priest was thrown
to the ground and crawled to a neighbor
ing house where he put on civilians
I attire ttlfe a ana anaso rid so was was able abl to make his
I escape ca e unnoticed u fnotced
FRANKFORT Jan 24 24The The St Pc
tersburg tersburifcorrcspondent correspondent of the Frank
t fart urt Gazette wires details dcta details 1 1s s of an Inter
view ylew which he has had with M Kirturf
chairman of the Russian combustible
syndicate ndlcalcwhose whose workmen are out with
the strikers
I The chairman is quoted as sayIng
that the syndicate Is reasoning on on the
principle that it is impossible to nego ¬
tiate with workmen who have fourteen
different demands all of which whlchnre are un ¬
acceptable to the syndicate
The syndicate he says has coke
enough to k kep ep Its factories working workin
for tot fora a month Qnth Its stock of coal Is lower
but bu arrangements have been made to
procure coal from abroad
Sewing Machines for Kent
L The Singer is known to b b bC < j the the lightest I
running and most convenient of any an It
can be bcrentcd rented by the week or month at
veo vex elJ low rates upon application at any
Singer store Look for the red S 171C
14th st at nw nwCl69th CIS 9th st nw nw229 229 29 Pennsyl
vania ave se Washington D C
Oppose the TlueeMimite llu > eeMin ute
Amendment to Law
Declares That Substantial Results Have
Been Accomlished ccom ccomIishe Iishe Iished d and Recites Recit s j
Need Nee d of Inspectors i
The District Commissioners today to
transmitted to Congress their report on
the > proposed proJos d threeminute three minue amendment
to tothe the existing smoke law I L WoO They The decline
to recommend rccc lmend the enactment euctmentof of the
amendment or any other amendment ex ¬
c cept ceptoI1e one extendin c cxtendtng tending g the provisions proyis ons of the
law l aw to buildings owned by b the Govern Gov ern ¬
r men i nent t and the District and as far as
r possible plsib e to locomotives 10comJtlvesesecla especially l1 those those
c employed for switching
Colonel CoJonH I Biddles id lrs decision in the smoke
matter Saturday aturdi made it possible tore to re ¬
r port porLoi on the bill today after months of
p delay l It is known the theComniis Commiss Commissioners sione ioners rS
a are are riot unanimous in the repOrt rep rt but b t
C Commissioners Com nissionersMacr Macfarland rland and an < Biddle
a are a a majority ma j jrlt rlt of the board boar d dand and Com
mission f er r restwlU West T estwlU will not submit ibmlt a amhor minor
j Jty tyrev tyrepOrt report r1
The rherZport report sets t forth the belief b lief that
the thepresent present law has accomplished accompllshesu d sub subc ¬
stantial results and says that it given givcna ti
s sufficient inspection force to fully fu 11 en ¬
force fOl e it as las has been recommended d dand and
if prosecutions pro ecutions are are followed foll wfd by b adequate adXu t
i fines nes the object 011 jcet of the thelaw law aw will wHlbe be ulti ¬
1 mately obtained
Conditions Improved
The report repOrtsa says sthat that thatby by b warnings and
prosecutions pr secu ons conditions hale been Im
proved First FIrst violations vlolatfOnsand and infre
quent violations ylolatlon have not been classed
with wIth wIthcmtlnual continual and persistent viola Iola ¬
tions No plant has been b en prosecuted prosecut d
for a single s ingle emission of less than one
The report also says
The TheCi TheCiInmlssioners Commissioners > would be entire
ly I willlng w iJUlgto to o have the practice of pros pr s ¬
ecuting for no emission of less than
one on rilmute mute and not to exceed a small
inumber number of minutes in a a day at long in ¬
tervals tericlsembodie embodied in lawr la las V j i1 cut 1k it this
would riot not be satisfactory satis ctory Co theownerR the owners
of plants who are pressing for an an
amendment of of the law and who desire
lnlongti pa U longer period p riod of permissible emission
and at more frequent intervals
The Commissioners cannot in In view Iew
of om the interests of the whole communi com munl ¬
ty tyagree agree to any an of the th amendments
suggested believing that the least ob ob ¬
jectionable of them would be a step
backward in the effort to diminish dlminlshtlie the
smokenuisance in the District and so
enhance its attractions and would be
unfair to those citizens who have sue su
ceejJedi ceEd d by the expenditure e of m ne
and am care in stoking in preventing pr entlng un h ¬
lawful smoke emiss emissIons ions
Would Fill Atmos A Atmosphere mos phere ph re
If the law should be amended tmen tmendedas dedas as has
been suggested so as to togiyeevery give
plantIn plant In the District Dstrlctlnc including ludlngthose
now now complying with the Jaw nuthority
to toemIt emit dense black or or gray gra smoke
three minutes m inutes at a time even at in
tervals of 0 an hour more or less
would mean that more than j 150
would w uld be filling the atmosphere w with
denSje gei enp > bHickor black blacl or gray smoke sm k every
In the day da The great majority of o f
emissions < under which
have been brought could be
made under such a statute Moreover
If the law were amended in this
the Commissioners would have havetOhavc to
an inspector for every eer plant
It might be necessary ne essary to < watch each f
day to see whether it violated the per
mission to smoke only onhatcertaln at certain In
tervals tU al S throughout t the day d itY Of course
no such force of inspectors could
The proposed amendment
emissions to three minutes would
cover coveroccasIonal occasional unavoidable emissions
which are liable to be five fiv minutes
The exceptional cases should be han
cUed as heretofore her tofore with the exercise
discretion by b the officer charged
the enforcem enfore enforcirent mtt1t < = nt of the law
Continued Con tinned from First Firs tPage Page
passenger His companies he said op
erate 140 miles of singletrack sin letrack
There ought not to be free transfer
with the 3ccnt fare he argueJ argul Sue Suet
a thing would not do at all This is
matter matt r which has not been h er talked talkeIor of a 11
all and an d If It deserves great consideration consider tlon J
He concluded by saying a in the passage J a s ge o oj
it 3cent fare bill would instantly result
Jn n his companies going immediately Inti <
the hands of 9 f a receiver
President Dunlops View
President Pre i Ent Dunlop of the Capital Trac
ton Company said in his turn thai
his company has received no complaint
from the public against a ainst the fares f res
vogue Ol1 In the t le District
There is IIP 11 > said saidemphaUcall emphatically n ni
public demand for o the 2cent fare here
He also submitted to the ommltte <
a set of flcnires showing he claimed th tin
inadvisability inadisabillt of Instituting a Hcent eent
I in Washington nr
h hIt It costs he said aid COC00 a mile 0
single track for the mere laying of th thE
I Itrack i track ThIs is without the cost of land lan 1
power or cars car
h hYe We Ye run our lines most economically
he continued and we give the pu >
a good service servce We T Te e have no complaint
about the service s nIceor or the fares
Why Vh then th < n are we asked to give
3cent ent fare
I I tell you gentlemen he heassert
loudly the th < scent cent fare will mean tha
1 we e will have to reduce our
I believe In simple justice to my stock
holders and to the public and the reduc
lion of expenses will have to follow
BOSTON Jan 21 tReprescntath Representatlv
Fiske of r Boston hao ha > presented In th
Legislature Legi lature a petition of Benjamin W U
Wells Vells for the incorporation of a com
pany pan to carry carr on an underground frelgh
transportation business In Boston sim
liar to that of Chicago
It is understood undE > rstoo that prominent finan
clers are behind the themeasurc measure
ALBANY Jan 24Prof 24 Prof Lewis Boss Boss
astronomer of ti > Ludley Ludle Observatorj O scrvato
of this city cIt has received recc hed official notlc not1
that he had been awarded the medal o
the Royal R yal Astronomical Society Societ of Eng
land la
This lshonoris honor Is conferred each yea
upon an astronomer not previously re
ceiving It whose accumulated work I h
considered to place him at the head 01 0
the profession
NEW ORLEANS Jan 24 24From From th
number numh r of arrivals for the thecoU coltpn cotton n con con on
ventlon which begins today the th prob
ability bmt is there will be close to to2 200
delegates and onlookers
Senate Sena te Begins Ber i s Trial Trfalof of
Judge ChitrlesSwayrie Charles Swayne
House H use Managers Are Received R 1 F Fiv ceived iv d Impeach
nnent rOentAtticl Articles Beai Pead e ld d and itfGath Oath Ad ¬
ministered mnisteredto to the th th Senator S Sn n tor tor5 S
The Th Serate Serltethisafte this afternoon r rnOQn nOQn at a 2 oclock o clock
took t06Itu up pthe the impeachment Impeach ent proceedings
Instit instituted ted by b the theHous House of Representa Rel > r epta
dyes t thts hes hesa a agains gahl inst J Charles ha rles Swayne Swa 11e of the t ie
NOrthern Korthern district distr ict of fFlQrlda Florida c charged
with h hig hlgh h hcrimeS crimes crlm sandn and mis ls demeanors dcmea norS norSi i
The oath prescribed by b law was w wa ad I
m ministered inistered to th the th Senators S natorsThe The scene scen
was wasan nn impressive one orie and a nd will long Qng be 1
remembered r memoer d by those who witnessed It It
Partisan Debate interrupted I I
At 1230 oclock o tockin in the midst of orn a par
tisan tIffi n dISCUSSiOfl of ofa a resolution reso lUUon calling 1 1tIffi
upon the thePresident President for Informatlonre
lating htin g to Santo Domingo Domlnboannoun announcement ement
was wasmade made of the arrival of the House 1
1 managers I
irerldtent i Jd Jdnt nt pro tern Frye Interrupted I
I Ithe the pending debate de bate and authorized the th i
Serseantatarms to make the formal I
announcement ann QJhcement by law I
Hear h ye c rang out the voice of Ser
geantatArms geanta tAnns Ransdell Ran ll all persons l ire are I
warned wa urned rI1 d foketJ foketJsnent to keep > silent snent under penalty pehal of ci I
Imprisonment Imprlsonmentwhlle Impris nm nt while the House HOUseo of Rep
Tesentatiyea resen resentaltheii trl11E > s makes exhibitions exh biUO ns of O f the th e I II Iarticles
articles of impeachment in the case tho of I
Charles Swayne Swa ne judge of the Northern o 1
district of Florida I
The Senate became beca e quiet immediately
ALEXANDRIA Jan 24 2tThemajor 2The > The mayor
the president of the Business Mens
League L and nd a number of ofclty city officials
and leading citizens met President R It
i T Myers and General Gen eral Manager W T
Duke of the WashlrigtbnSdnthern WushltrgtbnS nthern
Railway Company connecting c Quantico
I and the South wlth1Yashingtonat with Washington at the
rooms of of the Business Mens League
yesterday estera Y afternoon
E S Leadpeater Lead eater AG A G Uhler Capt
Herbert Ht > rbert BrjaiH Brya It and others thers presented presen ed
to the railroad officials the importance e
of ofthe the WashingtonSouthern rn Railroad
resuming Its relations as a a passenger passenger
road r ad between Alexandria and Wash ¬
ington w which lch It had before the estab ¬
j jlnglOn lishment of the electric railway
Mr Myers expressed a willingness willlngn ss to
oblige o Uge the citizens cUlzensof of Alexandria as far fn
I as asp possible ssible bu but sugge suggested ted that under
t the e present connection wIth the Penn ¬
I IS sylvania S hanIa Railroad R a ilroadhIS his company would
receive rec hc only 5 cents out of a ascent 2ocent
I fare
Then Th n too owing to the congested
condition condIUonof of railroad traffic at this
time there was asaerY a very great delay In
securing se securln cu ringa an n entrance e ntra nce of his cars into In to
the Sixth Slxtl1Stteet Street Station St tlon of the Penn ¬
sylvania Company In > Washington V hington
trains train s sometiriies being compelled to re
main mainbn On on Maryland rylandAvenuean Avenue an hour or
more mor e before enter entering ing the th station
Presiae Presl President nt ht Harlow of the Business
Mens I Ins n8Asso Association < IationcaJl cajled the attention
of Mr 1Ir1Iyers Myers to the th fact that in the act
of Congress authorizing tHe union de de ¬
pot there was wasap19vision a provision for author a thor
jzing the establishment of O a asubs a substa 1
ti tibn non on Maryland Avenuej Avenue somewhere son ewhere
tbetween betweenTweIrth Twelfth and Seventh S Sdventh nth Streets
so that Southern Southemik1sSengers passengers arriving in
Washington would wauldnot not be compelled to
go goa a mlle or rtwo two out of their way wa
A substation snbstatloncouldbe could be put up Ltpnow now on
I Maryland Ma landAYenue Avenue say near Seventh
I Street for a a small expense pense to afford atIo rd
accommodations to travelers from Alex
trndria and a nd the South T
Mr MrJlyers Myers was very Ieryfd fcipnaly fd n a4lytoward lytmard > toward
the thet rfsiresentatives iesentatlves of ofAl Alexandria ndrla inter
cats While he said he could make no
i promises pr mises as as he had no nlauthorlty authority to do
so he would wouldwll1lnglycooperate willingly cooperate in any an
available avaHableplan plan for The accommodation
of the travel between Alexandria and
Washington V hlngton
Samuel R PTnylor Taylor a negro ne ro is locked
up UpatpclIce at police headquarters charged with
obtaining obtalningt200 200 from the Mercantile re ntUe Rail R3n
I Cordially Codi lly Greeted eeted by President 1 1sid sid tan an d
I Members Ivlernbersof of Cabinet Cabi CabInetSayS ietS Says ys St S StLcuis Lcuis
Booms After Exposition Exp s ition
President P sIdent David R R Francis of the
Louisiana L u s lana Purchase Exposition called
r lit the White House this morning to pay
his respects to toPresi President ent Roosevelt Roosev 1t
The Cabinet was assembling at the tne tnetime
time and all the members greeted Mr
Francis Frah ls cordially cordial
When asked for the reason of his
I mission In Washington Yashin t9n Mr lr Francis Fraricist
said he hardly har dl knew
Yes he h added there is one thing
I I want w nt to tell the members of Con
gress that we have paid every cent of
that 4600000
You knowsomc know some of the members pre ¬
dicted that we would never pay it It I
promised pr mised that It Ibwould would be paid by b the
1st of last la t Decem ber and every eer cent of
S it has been covered into the Treasury
h hlinlik Unlike most exposition expositf n cities St
f Louis emerges emcrge5 from this fair with wlt1111 fly
i in ing colors coors It had been ant antcipated i cipated cipat d
that the exposition would make the
town KO o broke as they say On the
contrary St = t Louis is just as prosper
t tous ous now no as she ever was and even
I more m r so
1 I
An internal revenue reenuecollector collector from rQm one one
of the mountain mnun mnuntnln tnln districts who Is is s in
Washington Va5h ngton on business tells of an
airusinfc t1rtsin letter lcttE he received from one of
I I I his gaugers gau lrs stationed s tation cd at a certain distil
II J lory le The letter reads something like
this tl ri riea Dear ea Sir I wish wi hYOU you would send
some S mp Government officerup here at once
I tc take my place Last night me and
th thQ < r boss of o r the distillery dls tI ler hall haaa a fight
1 t tThis 1 This morning he h died dlc 1
Mary lIar Clancy GIan H Hand and 2d sts riv nw 6S
Catherine Smith 3413 Prospect ave mv n no o 4
Elizabeth VIse 131 K at tit mv 17
David Coates X5 GQ5D < D st ne 67
Edward H Sipe Slp COO Mass ave nw iS 9 yrs r
Smos and 1 1 day
1 I Vivian v Vaun u 1n n lBS JOhl0 Ohio ave c 25 i
Harry H Harr m Brown 213 13 3 Virginia ave se 9 mos
20 days Prd d
i George Gr W Kettelle Kette ile Prov Pr Pro Has 7SL 75
Reuben I L Allen 209 7th th si st stse se 9 mos 7
S < days
Xorah BH Ilpn n Trailer 651 C Cst st se 31 yrs T8 6
moa21 mo 1S21 21 days
Annie Am ile Loving Wash aah Asy Hos CO yrs
Martha Spencer Sr > n Freedmans FreetQ1ans Hos SO 54
tflffl VIitiam I Lo L Rowzee Rowzecpro Prov Hos 45 13
Peter PeterJ J Pierce Woodburn oodburn D C 72 7
C Sallle A Evely 722 7227th 7227thst 7th 7thSt st sUse se 72 7
Jeaben5arrell Je sb n arrell SUmner S mner ave UIHsdale HlUs dnle D C
1 yr rllm 11 IEOS s
Cldney E Giles Freedmans Hos SO 0
V WllllaIl1 nilam II Sutton Hilt 8th st nw 32
Richard W V Pollard ollard 12S 2d d st sw 56 6
Beatrice atr1ce llerrltt ISIS 12tH lthst St nw 5 irios ino 11
days da s
Leona Lco OedeKoven 727 21 13th st at nw D 17
Henry HenfE S Wo Woodbur pdbury 2225 L st st nt nw 79
Maey E E flames lIal es 132 I3 Jackson st sL Anacoatla Anacos tla
D C 56
The House managers were then es
i corted to five large chairs placed in In
j itroneor I IfrOntof frontier the thefi first trow row of desks deskion on the
j I Republican ReP1 ReP1li li E Ese side se
I The Theh chair hairflan rnt ri riati ati immediately mmediatel began
f Ireading reading r 1Lalri bF r i the th articles artfcleso iticIes of
I agreed upon by the House specifying
the charges Chargesnnd and citing cltInsrudge Judge Swayne to
I appear here ereJnhiS In his own defense
Qn the conclusion of this th1 reading the
President It Bi sident eJ pro tern announced anno ncc that tha
Senate wpuld would take appropriate action
and an the Rouse mariagers
withdre ithareW w
< Resolutions Adopted
The Th Senate Se atec hnmedlatel immediately agre a agreed grt ed dto to u tlI e
following resolutions
By B Mr Platt of Connecticut ConnectlcutAuthor Author ¬
izing the printing o of f the record of the
Swayne Sway ne case ca e for Jorthe the use useo of the th Senate
I By B Mr MrPlatf Platt of Connecticut Connecti ConnecticntFlxin ntFixlng Fixing
I 2 oclock thisVafternopn this aternoona5 as the time for
I beginning the t11 thptrlal trial
I fJ r ljy Mr 1J Fairbanks Falr b nks Requesting the
presence p presCnceof r e Sene 0 of the he Chief lli Justice T U Sti ce of 0 the t h esu Su
preina pr me Court to administer the oath to
Senators SEnrttorsa as prescribed by b the law lawgov gov ¬
r rp erning Impeachment
The Chair appointed Mr lr Fairbanks
and MrBacoh lIrB3cona5thecommlttee MrBiconaS as the committee to no no ¬
tify the Chief ChIefJustlce Justice
way Bu Building Buildingand liding and Loan Association un
der false falseprf pretenses t nses
The rifgro negro claims he h has committed commlttednc n sic >
crime and nd that when the case is in in
vestlgated he will pr prove rOve ve the deed eEd o oj
trust which hich he executed is good goo
The Tli case asewUl wilL he Investigated by Jus Ju
tiee Ic Caton tomorrow
John T nn Bryan Edward Carter CarleranG ann
j Charles Harris Harr were fined 2 2 each by b
I Police P liceJustlceCaton Justice Caton this morning morn ng foi
j I contempt COntcI pt of CfCQurt efcourtin court in not n notappearing t appearing whet
I summoned sllmmonedlra In 0 0a a case tried yesterdaj
I morning
The Yom T un ii aiens I J1s Sodality Sod ility uty Lyceui
hold 1CI a speClal irieotins meli g at their hall ii it
Duke Street last a t n night ight and decided t tc
give an excursion ex urslonto to Marshall Hall o Or
July J July11 ubi 1L
Charles Frinks of Fair F3 Fairfax irf fjix county count
milkman reports to the police tha thaI
some som one oneentere entered < his stable stableeste yesterda rda
and stole a abuglq buggy
The Tl e infant t daughter of David mid Few
ell died dle at her parents home corne
King and Payne Streets Stt ts last lastnight night
AnnOuncement lt has been beenm made de of thE
approaching approac hlngmarrlageof marriage of Mary WallacE
Pollard daughter datight r of p1tr Mr and andMrs Mrs
Frank FrukJ J Pollard ol1ard to A BCrane B Crane o oj
WrfsliJngton W l ngton r p >
Th The ceremony eremonyviUtake willtake place pJ ce in Feb
wary lUary next n xL
In the corporation corporatloncour court Judge Bar ¬
Icy le presiding the will of the late latelIrs Mrs
Mary Mar < Smith was wasadmltted admitted to probate
and Mrs Ballenger qualified as asexecu execu
The Theylsltor visitor leaves h aYes a house on Fair
fax Street between betwecnQueen Queen and andCam Cam
eron Streets to her daughters dau hters Man Mar rJ
Eliza KSHey r Fannie S Williams W ymiams Illiams ant
Emma n ma Ballenger Bal1 ger
l il
i Cler Clergy Clergjrcian gy gyman man and d Worshipers W orshiP ers Force
l A I Vtb to Take T keto toChapeL to ChapeL
I PLAINFIELD X J Jan 24 2Alarm Alarm
ed edb by a bat the congregation of th
I First Methodist ethodist Episcopal Church
was thrown n into disorder and driv J
from the th building within fifteen minute
I IanerSundl Iafter after anerSundl Sunday nights n i ights ghts service was be
gun gm i
I The little creature creaturefiew flew down from th
belf elt ry whirled w hIrled i ried over r the heads of won
shlpers S 11pers and frightened the women o
the choir ch h ir lr vo voiceless iceless i e1fSs by darting d amon i
I them
The singing was stopped stoI 1ed and the Re
Dr W V C Ci i Snodgrass the pastor asket
I Imcn men mcn in the congregation to get the in
truder truderout out
This was was more easily asked than
Books were thrown at It and broom
1ere were ere swung in the air but the theba
I I Iclrclct1 circled silently ceaselessly and
I I Alter At r a time the windows were opene
I and the lights turned turn down < and
five ve minute the thew worshipers rhlp < rs sat wit
I Iwraps wraps on and collars turned up
I When the th place plac was was illu illuminated agai gai
the bat was still flying fi ing
I At last in desperation < e pcraU1n Dr Sno gras
gathered up his notes and calling upo
the congregaton to follow fo llow him made
way 1110 to th the > cnapel cnaI 1 In the rear of th
church There he h delivered l lhered his sermo
withou 1 t Interruption Int rrpp lon
The bat remains in possession po possession s < ssion of th
church and nd the janitor is wonderln
how he can get it out before next Sun
day 1a <
I r
ALLENTOWN E Pa Jan 21 21Four Four at a
miring autolsts autols s whose machine ha
I caused a horse to run away with w th Mrs fr
Adam Lobach near Honsingersvillt H
gave her a purse 6f f 520 Q when they sai sa
how she Ihest stopped pped the horse
I Dropping a rein rcn she pluckily climbe
out on the iie thills hll and astride the thehorsc hors
whom she lC stopped by b sawing at th
bridle reins rems
and andgoodBrains good goodThains Brains
are made from
Urape = Nuts Nu ts
Trial proves
Continued from First Page
Lake Lal in in 1SSS 18SS He Is a a trustee of the I
First FII1t Congregational Congregational Church Churehand and from r m
March J Jr r h 190i to June 1903 was assistant assistant
united States District Distri t Attorney and
lie healso also 9lso held local offices o He Is a Dem ¬
bcra oera crot lt iand ana and a nonMornu non Ionn n
fitness i iitness itJ1eS has always aken an Interest
In h inpoiitlcs politics olltics but has hasnot not been an active
worker worker ork r Prior to the manifestopJbUc manifesto public
feeling ran high After At r the people di ¬
vided on party part lines the feeling began
to to decrease In charitable work there ther
has always been a a good deal of coop ¬
eration by byIormons Mormons and nonMormons
At the time of otheTohnstown the Johnstown flood
8000 S000 was thus raised There was not
this feeling in religious work although
the Young Peoples Christian Endeavor
Society Q on n the way wa to San Francisco Fran CiSCO
stopped over Sunday Sundayat at Salt Lake and
accepted a ceptc the Mormon MormoninvtatiOn invitation inv tation to use us
the th tho temple tern p Ie for r or a Sunday sun da service Serv ice The
Y M MC C A is also alsoestahlished established in in Salt
Lake o and witness is the tii president of
the ocal orKnjzatiohT orgn1zatI Es v
New Political Politi al Lines Lin s
Mr Van Cott Inquired into the thecli5 dissor Io o
lutloa of the Liberal party and an d i jhe he
es esfablis tablishing hing of partisan political lines llnes
To these Questions witness answered nsver
When u heI a a mans mans religion r glon is attacked atta tta ked
he 5s Is strengthened strengthe strengthex x ed edoo in It It and nd as n aS long IOng
ps as we were wercrtrying trying trJ D Do o oo In a minority mlnorl to
defeat d feat the Mormons who were In a mar ma
Jority we could not see any success
a ahead head It seemed better better tobae to have t lor
mon bishop ort O the Democratic Demo ratlc Side sld op
posin posinanother g 1another another bishop on tins th the Republican
side and am have them fight fightone one another
instead of having them light together
against us tis
As tft tQthe the stability stabllit of Mormons In
holding 10 to the political party they the es es ¬
pouse pause witness Indorsed the claim that
they the remain rather constant consta11t Jn Ir their
affiliations If church interests inte rests restswere were
involved however witness believed the th
support of some Mormons might be turn ¬
ed away a wa from the political party to
which E1ich they tl1e belonged through some ex
erclse of Influe lnftuence rice
Church Influence
U UT There T ere are various kinds of influence
continued eontinu d the witness wltne itness s There i ere is the
Influence that that any a any ny respected man man j has in
Il hIS iis ls commuiiity co mnlUnitj and then if he is a
member rit riternber ernber of a church iOm ome additional addiUorialln in ¬
fluence That would be true in any
I church and perhaps a little UtU more so
in the Mormon Church
There Thereareabou are about 25 per cent of the
Mormons who wh can an be swung svung to one
political parry partyor or the other
Q QThen Then 75 per cent arc stable
A AXo No I would not say sa that I do
not think any man is proof against all
Inducements IrtQuc me ts I believe that many ID Mor ¬
t mons would resent dictarion from the
l 1 first presidency pr esidenc Y
I Taking up upthe the nomination nom nItion and < elec dcc ¬
tion of Elder El er B H Roberts to Congress
1 witness acceded to Mr r Van Cotts sug ¬
gestion that Roberts could not have
been el elected cted if I he had not received Gen ¬
tile votes
1 I As assistant United States attorney
L iwitness witness hail hailprcsecutedmil prosecuted and convicted
some some Mormonsfor MO nDonsfor unlawful cohabita cohabl 1 ¬
L tion tlonTlles These prosecutions gradually de ¬
1 creased until January Ja ulary 1S3S 1113 when hen Utah Uta
was given Statehood Popular senti
ment as to ignoring such cases was then
inquired in < lnired into byMr Van Cott
Has Not N t Condoned EviL viL
h hI I ds d dfnnt nt mean that tlint we w have havecoJd condoned 1e1
or ornp approved oed thecontlnuance of polyga
mous relations declared d C1aredwitness witness cm c m
phatically when when Mr 4 Van Cott put a
I slighiy slighl slighlydifferent different construction upon upon his
i aisxcers a aTigverS di die e rs
ri The e general nEral fcelingls feeling is ths th thstno tno punish
f c cm merit m menti menticould r t tcould could b be too severe seyere1Joth both on the
persra per solemnizing sOl mriizing the marriage marriageand and the
contracting contn > ctlng parties 1rtiES 3swell as well since sln e the
manifesto said sai witness We Ve depre de dero > re
cated catede very much the th continuance tof of
polygamy but 1 woui woud d hesitate to prose
cute a person erson In that position posltionbeC11 because s
of the children affected We do not
by any an means me ns approve the continuation
1 of such a custom
1 f Senator Foraker inquired whether whethewit wit
refs s knew of any nn nevr ne polygamous mar mu
rages r ages
I Witness said he had heard of such
r t things In sporadic orldic cases but personally
I Jdld did not know of any such having hayIn taken
1 Iplace place
The T eo best bestsolution cst4 solution S0IU t ion of general ge n er al conditions eon ii < t 10n S
now no ebcisthig witness thought was to
I have hav children cliildr n of a nlural marriage given
as much respect as other children chUdr n in
order that they th might grow up p as good
citizens rather rath r than as persons perso s without
any standing
Witness UnESs thought thou ht there was u uno no suffi ¬
I cient public publi sentiment senti ment to stir up U p prose pros e ¬
cutions at the present time He thought
If the present investigation had not been
started his children would not n t have
I known about the bad conditions exist ist ¬
I Wo Would d Prosecute ProsecnteSmith Smith Siii ith
President PrcsldentJoseph Joseph F Smith SmithouSht ought to
be prosecuted witness declared for not
setting s tting a better example e mple to the people
of Utah in general and to the members
d of the Mormon Church Inpar in particular IcuL r
I Smlths case is a flagrant h one wit
1 ness agreed and he could not under
S stand why wh the president resldent had not been
In answer to Senator Forakers ques ¬
tion witness said
a Senator Smoot stands very ery l high gh in in
Utah His Hisreputatlon reputation is of the best I
have heard it said by persons opposed
to an apostle going to Congress that t11tK if
any apostle had to go they would rather
have Smoot than some others
Senator S > m tor Overman Inquired whether
Smopt was a sufficiently big man to
have gotten the election clect nir if hi he had not
been an apostle Witness said he thought t aught
the th holding h ldlDg of an apostleship operated
against his hi5chances chances rather than help
Ing < them because be ause Ue putting up a high
church urch official for 9r political polltlcalhonOrS t honors was W
like ii holding holdingout out a red re9 re rag ra before aL a
bull b
Against All Interference
Senator Hopkins asked whether Utai ttaI
people would object obj tnIso also to 3 a Presby
terianor a Methodist minister beIng sent seu ent
to t Congress C rigrciS
i Witness Iti ciS ciSat at first firs first t thought iot rt i dt t so much
i io Iopposition opposition o jPositfonshou should ldbe be aroused irous ea but on on a
little U hIttI tlt reflection rC1i ectfon declared de cla clared red he thought thou g ht the
I same am opposition would be found in the th
I case of any anyhigh high church offic offic1at ia l break
InS Into Int politics
I In answer ai1SW anwer r to Mr Van Cotts inquiry l qur7
as asAq to the ret results of the u handsotr hands off
i theory tlieTadvocated advocated by b th the Mormons Morx 1 1S wit
ness thought that the progress prOo eSshas has
i been very satisfactory tlsaJtory U in the th past few ew
i years t
I Senator Dubols read a part of a speech
made by him In the Senate in February
1903 19or 190 which had been put Into the official
record In connection wi wIth h the t testimony
of a previous witness Step1iensex Stephens ex
pressed his bwn oinl own view w agreeing agrecingalmost almost
e enti entirely htirelv r IY with W th1Ir Mr Dubois DUb 0iJre xeviewr ieW 0 of > t
I conditions condlilonsat at that time me
In I lrepl reply to Mr Forake Forakes s queries q eries as
to the t fie pcssible continuation continua don of t plural
I marri marriage ge wItness thought that hat her here e
after it t would be practically as rare as at a
bigamy elsewhere Well perhaps not
so unusual as that he added but
mainly in cases ca eswhere < where a man would lm t
pose on a i minister m in order to get a a S
plural wife i
WprtMngton Wprtl WprtlngoIl Wprtli ngoIl Bits Ilits OW Osren L
Mr Worth1i Vbrthington gfon th thent6o tliOrttoOlt ntO c up the th
examination and Inquired inqu ired into In to the tbecon con ¬
test t st between between Rawlings Dem Dem and
Smoot SmootRep Rep for or the Senatorship There
were other candidates caridI tes but no no other
I Mormon w witness itness thought
l tWouId Would either party rtydlr dare to nomi
I Irate Date a man who bad been active In
polygamist pro p pioecuUons secutions ecutions 1 asked ur
Witness recalled one Instance that in
which Representative Allen AI len was sent s
to Congress in 1SJ5 t5
Mr Mr1Vorthlngton Worthington tried to explain the
stirring up uyof bf the recent antipolygamy
agitation agitati n in in Utah entirely entirel to toinfinences influences
outside the State
Was rr it i not due to the + Vi > TT visit l lr < r r of f rr CharleS hnrle
Marston Ia rston Owen there asked as Mr 1II
Wcrthin WorthIngton
h hMr Mr Owen uiu did tijc createa create a good real Ieal of
newspaper 11e wspaper discussion by bYhis his a activity tlvlt rr
replied repliedwItness witness C
I Tayler T yler Resents Attack
Attorney Tayler then took took up the
lcro I crossexaxninatlon ss examIna tion and followed up 1
line on which Mr Wr Worthington bad at
tacked Mr Owen He suggested that
everything had been be en perfectly perfec tlY quiet un ¬
ill ru Mr lr Owen appeared in Utah
Witness did not assent to this ex eX x ¬
treme t e m esta statement iemen tb but ut said S that tha tw while l lle
conditions conditl ns were wer generally known they
I It were eie not notgeneraliy o generally g leralIy talked ked about
Asked < as to Elder Roberts R b rts election
t6 C Corgrisss gi switi iVIthdSS ss lid < not know
f fwhether whether he had voted for Roberts 0 or
not but knew Roberts had ba three wives wives
I When Mr Tayler T ler quoted quot dm witness tn ess
statement on direct examination that
I conditions were how now satis satisfactory factory
I I witness said he desired to correct that
I declaration declara tio 11 They TheYha had d not n t made ma de as
I I great progress as they had hoped in
1S90 1 he s said saidr sai id r
1 Again Aiain AiainDenounces Denounces Smith
1 YlfnEssagain YlfnEssagaincondemned Witness again condemned President
I Smith Smithforltis for hiS pplygamoaS J l gamo i acts and felt
Ilit it w inota liQt liQta 3 ° a 3 proper roPer roPerp proceeding p ro on The Ii
lp I ie ieLii 1t D1 Lii t tb r b iiead d c of r rile the cliurch chureh Fred
I Ident dent Wilfprd Woodruff had ceased c ed his
p polygamous mous relations when the annul nI ¬
I Ifesto I festo was wtis promulgated and the people J
I expected as much from his successors successo
I In this they the had h d been disappo inte inted d d
I J Mr Ir Tayler then took up the he question
of popular p ptlars sympathy mpat y for the children of
plural marriages marria cs t
I Mr Ir Depew Depe inquire at length Into the 4
subject 5Ul > ject of revelations and whether the
people really believed they were meg m
iSigS 1 sages from God
Witness admitted 1 thai in in his own
I sew = cw the people pcope often thought ought revela re ¬
tions 10ns to lie e divine origin because it
suited SUi their t C ir purpose t to 050 so believe
Th Tha usual r recess s was then takEn
I Logan Regiment 2Co o 2 2 Union Veter Vet r ¬
ans ans Union will celebrate the seven ¬
1 teenth anniversary aIUli of its organization org nlzation
ton tonight ight at ibearm the armory 0 h9Sbtth ii siXth Street s
I northwest n rthw St All comrades are r invited L
I The he second trial t rlal of Dr Sigmund SI ti tind nd A A A
Czarra before the District Board of olMed < Med ¬
I lent Supervisors on on a charge of dishon ¬
I Iorablc orable and iinorofessional conduct be
gan this afternoon in the Health Offi Office
The chief c1 ef count ount in the theeharges charges on
I which vh i h his license was ordered revoked
was as distributing obscene literature
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