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Fair ton ight Tomorrow
increasing cloudiness an d tt
change in temperature
Only the Nearby East
Will Wilt Be B Better Rep
r resented resente d
General Johnson J hnson Will Use
Them to Give Directions
to the theMarc Marc hers her
Marching Mllr < hlng clubs o1uband juJjsand and military rnll1tnryor orgrmiza Iza
tlonsfromrthe t1ons tIonzfrorntheSoUth tromtl eouth South are preparing to
take tak a prpm jr ml inent ent i Pat part > art lnthefnauguIal in the Inaugural
parade pa deplxreL pixje D11e Landfill Landy1i1 t1d ffill really 111Iy be better 1etter
represented repr fScnted Inth in the big blgprocesslon process procession ion than
any ariyQ1el o i ther section sect1 nof of the tliecountI tliecountIexcept country except
the nearby East
New New York yorkandPennSylyanhf and Pennsylvania will send
the th lar largest stnumber number of o f fmep mep men to keep step s tep
with wlththeJ1usIc the music along a ong Fennsylvana ave iLve ¬
line but that was only to be e expected
Among 1nOng the theSouth Southern rn organizations
Which which w hich have h yemadeJ1Pp made app application lication to par ¬
ticipate t1 = lJmte in th3 th t1 parade are reBattery Battery A Pf o I
Charlotte N C < X a company com pany of infantry
from Alabama c labaro cadets tit of the the Georg Georgia ia
Military MiUf ryAcadcmy Academy a battery batteryand and com ¬
pany from Florida Jrlo rlda a company cOtn any of in ¬
fantry fatltryfromNorth from North Carolina tw two regi ¬
ments ments from fromVlr from Virginia ginlaon one exeglmen regiment tfrom from
Maryland Maryl d and 1idthe the the governors gov rIiorJO pf O cLouio Louis ¬
iana lanaMarylandand Maryland and Virginia and nd their
c staffs
In Inorc1 order l to to Increase the cavalry cav J r rrep rep ¬
resentation In in the procession pr ocessIon Lieuten Lleu te n
4nt 1q General Il ra1Chatte Chaffee the t4eu grand grandII1 mar ¬
anal has ordered 91der 1the the attendance u of the
First Squadron Sq dron < of f the Ninth colored co ored
now nowa at jtJt Fort Rlleyy RIle Y Ivan K n
The boys of the Juvenile JuvenlleC Catholic tholic
Protectory Prot to ty Ban BU1dof Band d of New New York Xrkc c city ity
who played at atAlban Albany when w len President Jres lde nt
Rodsevelt RQ evelt was inaugurated governor govern or
willI willITe Wll Te e given a npr n prominent rnlhentpla place e in inthe the
line x o of > t rnarch After the exercises at
Albany Aib D p on i the t occ occasion Slonme mentioned Uo 1 d the
leader l a r tif the t1 e youngsters qun ungsters ers band an < las aske lle d t
Slay iay we 3 iJlaYwl1en > iay 1ay w when hen you are ar made
a aPresJdent President Hle ipQtbe of the tlriited UnIted States
Governor Roosevelt laughingly re ¬
plied M Bjgya 30YL Boy t Jf if I am Aver ever aver elected
President Pr eslde rit your you band shall shallsureli hal1 surely play pl i
1r 11 thq thQpaugtiria ntPJgi r Par paradf3 de
Work dri oIi Inaugural 1na1gulSfan Stands s
Work Vorkon on th the inaugural stands tand wasre was wa re ¬
newed new d with withdonble double interest today Great G at
forces ort orc of omen men were were put IHlt to work wor kc kcean c dean lean ean ¬
ing frgoff off the snow and nd ice from the l lum m ¬
ber and aDdon on some the stan stands ds sweepers sweepers
were W re used us dto to clear c cearoff earoff off the packed snow
sleet sleEtand and ice
Work was started startedto today ay on the three
stands statldsot at tt the Treasury Tr Freasurr asury Department
Altogether 1together 7000 7000seats seats will be erected
about aoout2QOO 2000 more than was first expected
To Direct litectPar parade ae Tby > b3r Phone
General G neral Johnson i ic c chief hief hle f of the thestatf staff of
General 1 ral Chaffee Chaffeegrandmarshal grand marshal of the
Inaugural innUln1ralparade parade has arranged a com corp ¬
plete jJet telephone tel phonesystem system system by w Which which hich he wlll w ill
direct the th progress lJrogressaIid arid maneuvers ma 1euversof of the th
Itaugural lrauguralpar parade de
All along longthe the line of march from the
Peace Jeace eace Monument to Eighteenth street
and Pennsylvania avenue General John
son will have telephone booths erected
and andthcs these will be supplied with tele ¬
phones phon 2S a day or two before the parade
The telephones will be connected with
the police poUcecxchange exchange At each of thti th
booths a amanwlll man will be bestatloned stationed most
likely Uttelya a policeman in in citizens itlzeUScIOtbes clothes
General Johnson will thus be in a aposl posi ¬
tion to direct dlrecteverythIn everything In case of a
disturbance dls r1lanceofanykind of any Icind police assist
anceyeariL ancecar be obtained instantaneously jnstant neously by
rise of these thcsetelephones telephones
Work at Pension P nsio nsioxiBu xiBu Bu ilding
The Th great Pension building Is 1 being
rapidly rapldlyput put in s sha shape hape efOr for the inaugural
ball Florists FIQ ris pca1YE carpenters nters and nd decorators
are hard at atworkchimging work changing the ihcstrncture structure
from fIort1a a itprosaic prosaic l osrocofflC office building to a com ¬
modious auditorium and when the elec ¬
tricians turn the current Into the thous
ands a and ndS of bulbs ulbshIddenamong hidden among the flags
and nndg greenery enetY it Is predicted that th the e <
efforts of oeall all au former ormeJ occasions will b be <
outdpne The chorus of 60 6O 6OIeked picked Iclced voices
that tnatwl1l will sing patriotic patrIotIcsongs songs at ai the th > bal all
is being carefully careull drilled drll1e ibyProt < by Prof Percy
Foster Fost r The Inaugural lnauguralcommlttceex committee ex
heats an ai attendance atten tance of 12000 at the ball b U
Treasurer idles reports satisfactory
sajes of ball tickets Tickets for fOlthe the
ball are re Ptt on sale salen at forty ortyor or more m r places
arid at the thepresent present rate rateotsales of sales It is is
predicted Iredtctcd that more persons will attend
the ih inaugural I ball of March 4 1905 1han than
on any other previous occasion occasfonln In th the <
history hlstcrryo of the country air MrUes r Ailes ziiIe today
gave out a complete list of the places
where he has tickets on sale
Both Boihth the Alabama Alabamaatld and Onta OntaIo f flo io depres
Eon E sona on i of ot Monday morning have passe passed
off to t sea selt and andtair fair weather W atherpreyalls prevails ir
the Atlantic coast districts except ir
eastern Georgia ergla rg iaand and on the South Caro
Una coast Light rain has set in along alon
the lower Jakes and rain continues it
the north Pacific Coast States
It is decidedly dC1d dly warmer warmer In New Eng
land and relative relatively ly high hlghtemJeraturef temperature
prevail in all districts except the South
ern States
The shallow depression depresst m in Intheuppel the uppe
Mississippi valley will wmadvanceslowl advance slowlj slow1
eastward eastward In Inthe the next thirtysix hours
and nd cause cau erain rain along the lower lake
and In in the upper Ohio valley and the
northern portion portIono of the middle Atlantic
States with wlthonlysllght only alight changes in tern
9 Dazn a m mf f > i 3
32 I i noon Q S 4
1 lpm p mv > A
< Regiatersd negs teredAftleck ir4 Affleck s Standard StandardThennoneter Ther riiojneter
8 9a a m 2
12 nooni noon O E I i 4
lp lpxn m > t 5
Sun Sunsptq sets today u 64 5
Sun rises tpmorrow t mQrrow 64 6
X IQwtlde Low i Ow tide today tpda 350 p m
High tdfi tdeWday today 944 9441J p p m
Low tide t1 1etPn < toniprrpw 9rrow41G 416 a am442 m 442 p Po m lD
High JIfglttidetomorrowlOC9 tide toroorrowlO09 a m rolOS3p rnL 10S3 1O p m
St Stns Mis PJsfilp hips Baton lt n Hall and PhiJttd P Phi1ad1pia 1 Fhia FhiaB B
Badly a9Iy Dama Darnaged ged gedMuch Much Mu Freight Frei ght De f
stro stroyedc yed yedLoss Loss Los 15 J 1500000 000 Q OQUiXjS >
BOSTON Feb 2U 21Inthe 2LIn In the most exten i
sive Sh > e a and d disastro disastrous us fire ftr e tha that tthIS this city c u t I
has seen seenf fOr r years yeErspiers piers 3 and 4 of the
Hoosic Tunnel Docks were totally de i
strayed stro > ed the steamships Dalton Da lton Hall of I
the Furness line lineand and nd Philadelphian o f
theWllsonFurne the WilsonFurnessLeylarid ssLeyland line badly
damaged and hundreds of oLth thousands usands of
dollars do lIais worth of o r freight tr ight on the piera
arid andcargo cargo in the the vessels wiped out by
flrebetwesn fire between nl30aIld 130 1 and 4 oclock oC1oc kfhIs this morn ¬
Starting St rtlng on npler pier 4 on the ground floor I
in some way wa y the theftames flames spread spr ad liken like a
piairie fire ftreeenaga1nstthe even against the windleap wind leap ¬
ing across the water to pier 3 and inside
of ten ten minutes after the alarm alarmbQth both
great greatsheds sheds wereoncmuss were one mass of flame
leaping high into the tbealr air and andthreaten threaten ¬
ing not tlot only the piers on on either side
but butalsoth also the mammoth shed was doomed
and by b the time extra xfia help 1 help elp bad arrived ar rIved
theothershed the other shed was was doomed Every piece
of firefighting firefightingapparatus apparatus In the city
except the ver very y few left to cover cov qrcertnin certain
districts was wascalleduponltwas called upon It was the th
first time In years that a general g neral alarm
had been b en rung In
j Escape of Ship Crews
The fire firew was s attended by the mostex most ex ¬
citing Incidents in cidents Off pier 3 lay the
Furness liner Dalton Hall and an d when
the th flames flam s swept through the pier to ¬
ward ward the liner Captain tl Gordon Gor d dn n tried tried to
get the crew crew to warp wa rptl1 tije th vessel out
The crew Crew paid no atten at attenfOn en tion tr trn n and for
some time there was Was mutiny y yon on board
Finally FIna lly after the vessel had had caught c ughto fire
a line wasp was passed ssed from the draw of
the Charlestown bridge to the vessel
and the almost alm std doomed omed vessel yesselwas was
pulled from tromherberth her berth berth
On the the other o thersId side of pier 4 lay the
WasMngtQns W tn Bmll1aYAtl BirtMay Ad ¬
dress dre 1 1s s at TL TI of P
Baron and Baroness Von Sternburg Ste p tlIg
Accompany JHhnD Him flintDegree Degree gr efr for
Kaiser William
President Roosevelt R osevelt will go to Phila 1 hl1a ¬
delphia tomorrow riiorn morn orn lng ing to todel1yer de deliver liver a
Was Washington hington Birthday Birthdayaddress address Before the
student body of the be University Un lyer sltyof of Penn ¬
sylvania He will also receive from the
regen r regents gents ts of f the theunive theuniverSJty university rSJty the thedegrce degree of
Doctor Docto17of of X Laws < aws
Accompanying Ac the President will be
Baron Speck von Sternburg Sternburgthe the German
I Ambassador AmbnsSadorwhowillIeceive who will receive the degree
of ofDoctoro Doctor of Laws faws which the theunIversity the university
will confer canfetupyn upon Emperor William the the
Baroness Sternburg Surgeon S1rgeonGe General eral
Rixey Rix y and Secretary SecletaryLoeb Loeb
Leave in inEaryMorni Early Morning ng
The party will leave Washington In
the the morning and will arrive in Philadel ¬
p phia hia about 10 oclock They will be met
by the First City Troop of Philadelphia
an d escorted to to the Academy Academyof of Music
where the tbeexerclses exercises will wUlbe be held There
the President will deliver his address
Upon the conclusion of the ceremonies
the President will go to the armory armory of
the First City Troop who will entertain
the Presidential party at luncheon
Home for Dinner
About 3 oclock 9cl ck the Pres P Pres President res ident will wll tako
the train for Washington WashiQston arriving here
in time for dinner
District Commissioner Henry B F
Mac Macfarland farland left today for Providence
R I Ij 1 j to make an address before the
Sons of the American Revolution at
their annual ban banquet quet in honor of George eorge
Washingtons birthday
Convicted in Philippines Phmppinesof Philippines of
Government Gove m nt Vouchers VouchersWill Will
L Take an Appeal
MANILA Feb 21 21Major Major Carrlngton
was was today t < dtysentence sentenced sentence to serve a term of
r sixty years ycarsandfiyedays1mprlsonment and five days imprisonment
for falsifying Government vouchers for
the amount of 31500 1500
He was tried trtedand and convicted d don on five
counts an and the sentence on each of
these was twelve years y arsand and one day
The The case will W m be carried to the supreme
court of the Philippines and andtalUng railing
I there will probably be bet taken kel1 to the Su ¬
3 preme Court of the United Unlte States Stat S Sr r
0 Appointments in the Department of
the Interior w were re announced yesterday
3 as as follows
I Raymond H Van V nNest Nest of the Dlstric
of Columbia fourth assistant examiner
Patent Office Qfflceatasalary at a salary of 1200 1200
annum William W1 lIan F Cramer of New
York ork mess messenger nger boy bOY360 360 per annum
1 and R Raymond aymon d C c Casler aslelor of West W est Vir
ginia glnIamcenger messenger boy 3CO GO per annum
0 C co
WilspnFurnessLeyland WllsonIuro ssL yl nd liner li lin er r PhilaqjT rl1n1 lkl i
phian When the the crew crewgo got up p on ondeck deck
there thEre was no nobope hope fOIthembutto for them but to
take to the water No time was left
them to get getth the vessel vesSelout out no n thnetQ time to tq
lower boats boatsaI and dget get aWay but tJlllhands all hands
jumped ju mped and andthattbeYWere that they were all saves si d
was wa s due to th the the courage courttgeartd and an d cPPlheaded c o1headed
riess ness of the men 7 about out the t1 wharves and
to some somepatrCllmen patrolmen
Saved SilvedPiers Pier 5
The T Thc h Philadelphian Ph Ilade 1 p bian lay IUbet between fC en piers
4 4c 4an1 c and 5 and an Jis assheC3ugntJireshe s she ha caugrit fire she saved
pier pJer5 5 from being eJng aeStroyed d s iroyed Tliat flh at pier
is in in process roceSSt of construction construcI having IHVd g
been b n leveled by fire lesstb less than na a year ar
ag ag1 = l
Through hroughthe the excellent work WQrkof of the
firchpaf s the th Phihtdeiphlan phn tJelI > hia ri was < saved s1v d
from total loss being eventuall cv ntlJal y pulled
cut Into Int the stream tr am by tugs
When the vessel was wa > mpycd moved Put utsl1ed s shed hed
115 No 5 > caught augbtfireIna fire in a few rcwplac places So on
th the roof but It was w ssuved saved rnJIlpraC from prac ¬
tical t1 aldumage damage
Early Erythls fJYJhls this morning the thelcport epprt spread
fjnin the th sailor s 1110 r ha haven an where h < r cth the Q Phil
a delishians ndelphianscreW crew was quartered quartered that
two tcs > Si Sif f their crew were w reniissJng missing 1
Loss Is 1500000 I IJ J
The estimate SJhateof estlr ifate of JhcloSS the loss Js is 15X5000 15o
Two firemen and andon one of Q the Philadel PI iladel
phians phia ifs crew cre w wweres were weres were wereseverely severely v relyJnjuredand injured and ancL
with withtw two other mem memberso members bers of the the crew
picked out outo1 of the th water W Wterar terar are are at the relief re Uef
station s lt1on They heY are a1 Firemen FlrelllenJohn John F
Murphy concussion cOncussiOnf of tl1cbrnIn the bruin Den ¬
nis Driscoll toes crushed crush d and back in ¬
jured Fred C CCusbing Cashing of London
England Engl nJ right leg fractured fractU1 d Charles
W v Tate of London Londqnsutferlng suffering from Im ¬
mersion mer ion arid imd1011n John W V Fellows j Uowsof of Liv I iv
erpopl r ooJEnglani England suffering suferlngIrom from immer
sipni si sioji
Srlng During the forenoon the themlssing mIssi missing pg men men
were found and all hands have there ¬
fore laeen bee beeg accounted for
i il l f
PresfdentTl President Thanks an1s Eepre ere
sentatlyes sen tativeslor for Support
Will Get Them ifthe if the Sena Senate te Does Does Not ot
I Upset tJp e tBilr Bill Jus Just t fP Passed s e
I hy byH House us
Mutual lIutualcongratulatioDs congratulations on the passage
in the House last n ight of t the e nayalap naval ap
pjoprlatlori proprl Uon were indulged In in this morn morli ¬
ing Ingby by the thePres Pres ident Id nt aildil arid a number of
Represcntiitivcs who stood sto dby by by the Ad d ¬
ministration Inistrationand and cast their Votes for forthe the
item in the bill which provides for fortbc the
construction constructJonQf pf tWQnewbattIeshfps two new battleships
Several members memberso of the Committee on
Naval NavalAtfalts Affairs called 3t at the White House
To 10 all a ifo of them the President expressed
his thanks for t their aIrsupport support They
fntumcongratulated in turn congratulated the President PrtsIdentup up ¬
on on qn the success o of f his efforts
Sulzer Su lzer for the President
Among the naval navalcommfttee committee who Whostiw saw
the thePresidcht President were Chairman Ch lrman Fpss
Representative Representa tIve Dayton of West Vir ¬
ginia gIrH 1ndRepresentaUy and Representative Meyer 1 Ie er P Of
Louisiana Another Congressman ongreSgmaIl who
expressed expressedelatWn elation over overthepassageot the passage of
the bill was Repres Representative ntative William Wll11amSul Sul ¬
zer eror of New York
I Iamwlth am with thePresideI1t the President every
he h Is with the American Amer can people gai
the t e New York Representative And
may add that just now he is with th
American people to a greater
than any other President has been <
the days of Abraham Lincoln The pas ¬
sage of the naval nav al bill with the pro provi d ¬
sion for two battleships could not <
been beena accomplished without the help 01
the Democrats We stood by the Pres ¬
ident Identand and he appreciates it
i Senates Attitude
The Representatives s could throw n
light l1ghton on the probable tateO fate of thebfl the
at the hands of the Senate The Pres
Ident did not notdiscusstbis discuss this phase of th
matter w ith them They Tl1 ys said ld
Senator Spooner w who ho also also saw th <
President P Preslden reslden tthls this morn morning ing lngexpressel expressed tn <
opinion th that i there would wouldbe be a fight
the theSenat Senate over overthe the naval navalbUl bill He
not know exactly e xCtcHy how things thingsslood stood
said but he knew enough to feel
there would be a fight of some sort
probably Jrobablya a hot one
HELENA Mont Feb 21 21The The
yesterday yesterd lyunseated unseated Con Conrad rad jKohns
person per3onnJ al friend frlendot of President RoPsevelt Roosev lt
and gave gI ve the seat to John JohnL L Bielenberg
his soninlaw
This fate also killed kUIedthe the bill to pre
vent t the remarriage of 9fd1Yorcedp divorced persona rson
BERLIN Feb F b 21 nThe The reichstag ap
proved today by a yotefl92 vote of 192 to 53
first ar aru tlq ife < fe of the th rec reci reciprocity recI i procity procity treat
between Germany G many and Austria AnstrlLiand and
ccpted < l t d the therema remaining fn1ngp paragraphs aragraphs with
oi out t it t4 debate bale
This was wM the first votaon vote on the th L jotn rn
mercial treaties tre Uesad and the large lar < emttj majcrit
surprised surprisedevctl ef een en the t cApllrans Agrarians All li th
1 pther 9 ethier the rtr treaties atlCft dOU doubtless buess1illb will be accept a <
ed eda atter aei r short Ji l1ortpcdoiliJ periods of debate
i < C < 0 0 > 0
St State t of 0 f Ara Aaic pat Ghy h hy Pre
valls fl the
Czars zas Tro rO l5 f ps s Perl Pei 4 4ecting ecti ecting clin n g K
Their Ill e r For FoiIfiatio1s tlfitatiqns ationsat at t
4 >
Vlao V1aoistok fosto k
tJit ST PYTERSBTJRC ij Fob r t 21An l urn i
pesfalji pe al u2c khse ise issued todayi today prpytdes for fo I
the taxation taxati nof of f fOeigrs dr r > f ig1 gsergt 1l passports paS PFtSth the
procp Plo proccd ji iI as to tpgO go tp toLrd Q aTd 1dt1CtCi18ing incrcasiriglthe increasing the
revenue rcve 1tCOf of the th R pj4 R5dtosC c jJOsfQSs a 9SS Society ociet
Ten TQIi ro roubls roti bl bles 5 tax TIJf1 ilftb Wb1s R c charge h Jl Jle > e d dll1t don Pri on the 1
passports of ot Iore Iorei6n for forncrx i6n 5S rs 1caVln leaving icaingRussia J11s Russ > ia Ia
and t an 11fJycr d five roubles JfbJe on Ol Oil j J ijfose those h pe of OfP persons r S 0n8 en e n ¬
tering teringR Russia ssinr ffi > V 1 1teringR
The Ti1cukascauthQrhes ukase authdriafes the co collection oUecdonol ilection of
these th Hettlxes taxes for forti t tt iv tit timoflths t inpnths nQ lhs but byt it i is
stated l the th temporar tcm Jor ir r m mq mc ksure 1ure will IJI last
till t1l11heCIfl the crifi e of t the H war W nr In IllheFarEtst lube ne Far East
ptspi Dspdih Dspatches ichfts s from pa Bairn itu statQ stAt tat that thu Jstlcet street
fighting brolce brQl eout out tlj there r onSun on Sunday a Y Qe be
i tTjreeij twef > n1IJssulmnn Mussulmans and Arme Armeni Armehians hiahs ns
Thjrtyj Th Thtrtyllve t > rt rtPOrS rfve persons POrS Il were eie kille 1t111ed d cr c
Woi wounded indcd il1c1 gThc The n hostil hOtilitles 1Htes ities were resumed
yesterday yester Y All th the tlt rioters r are ar weli w li
armed arme and the police P91fc policewere were were t11 unable ibJe to
cops with V1t the thesitu sltuatiprii situatiOn t q
Business Busincss1s d Is 1s Suspended l1 p nde d
I A All l business uinesswa was suspended uspendedon on ac ¬
I IcQmtQf count cQmtQf of the the trouble tr pble and nd l last lst evening v nl g
it was WJ feared civil chnwar war pn 9nas a srna small wa il n scale qaI
wa fmrnl1ent imminent Reeafprcements Re nf9rCc1Den were wel
summoned and today J dny Jhe the j riptferfj rl rlotti rlottiare trs are
being heingS subdued bdUed
The T h e cause c of the pu outbr outbradk tbreak enk is supposed 5 Up p O sed
i tp to have haveb be rieen en en a blood bloodfe feud d r i
Oyama Ma Makes kes Report Repo epo t 1
j TOKYO Feb Feb21 21 2LField Field FieldI Marshal rs l1a l Oya 1
mareports ma reports a 0 small m lI infantry attack
by the < Japanese ane on Fangshan Fall an yeaterr 3 tet
day >
He H also asol asolpor vrepqrttnW repotte por th that ttl f the e K < Russians
she shelled ilea Xjipatal p on feSunaaj unda with heavy
iii 1 1if f
preparatiptj pjellata tQ tot an a expcctedqa expeete xpe t fl a rt f tac tach t on o n
Vladivostok Vladi vs fk by yt the J J Japai panesfe i e i the t RUs Rt s
slPris s nsare are throwing ap intrenchments
on the northern bank of the Tumen
Police Find More Bombs
In Houses of Suspects
LONDON Fe Feb b 21 21TheSt The St SL Peters J cters 1
bur burg burj georrespondent correspondent of o the Dally Mali Mp i
confirms Cbnfirrns the reports th that that at theCZ the Czar r the tpe j
Dowager Dow ger Empress and Grand Du Dukes kes
Vladimir arid Alexis are practically
pr prlso prisoners isoners ne rs in their own c n pa P palaces a laces He Hcsa says say g I
that if they thcywIsh wisit to go out they must
preserve a a strict ln incognito ognlto
The police insearchinlr In searching the thehouses houses of 1 I
suspects have ave found four bombs w which hich I
they th declare are areofreisn of f foreign make Any An
one neQf of them Is iss1fiIciently sufficiently powerful po erfulto to i
destroy dMtroya a House lOuse
The Th The e welIthyresIdentlare wealthy residents are getting g pan ian ¬ i
icky iek and many of them are are making ar r
rangements r ri ge r rHmts Hmts to tor reside 9Id abroad ab ond permanent p erman nt ¬
ly A number n tn pberaf of capitalists capitallst are Ulevlndfng winding
up their businesses t o
Hard to Get Passports
Therefore the government governm nt ntn in n order ordertc to J
prevent a wholesale flight tUg ht of the rich
and an a run on the banks is isp placing lcit g op ob
staclos staclesIn In the UieWUY way of issuing issu 4ng passports p assports
A St Petersburg dispatc h 1 to the Reu
ter terT Telegram l gram Company which I is some ¬
times an indfrectcnannel indirect channel for official offfc1alan an ¬
nouncements confirms con firms the numerous re ¬
ports that the th Czar z9r has ha definitely dCilnItelYdectd decid ¬
ed to convene the Zemski sobor pr or peo ¬
pies plesassemblY assem assembly bly It adds that the decree
calling the thetlssembly assembly to meet is expected
to be issued on onJGarch J March arch 4
The Th Moscow lIoscowcorrespondent correspondent of the
i Daily Dailla Ma ia ll Hsas says sas that th t although the edu ¬
l cated ca ed industrial and even the theupp upper upper r
classes may discuss assassination assassinatl n with
levity it is impossible to doubt that
the peasants whoformthe who form the bulk of the
population regard It with wlthunmiUgated unmitigated
2 horror and detestation
Peasants Wait Outside
Thousands of peasants are arepatientl patiently >
waiting outside the Chudoff Monastery
Church for an opportun opportunity ity to to share in
the continuous solemn masses that thatllrE are
being said beside the coffin conta containing ining
the fragments of the body of Grand
Duke Sergius Sergi us Their heads are now now
L bowed In prayer now Uplifted in Intense
emotion while within the church the tl1
scenes of weeping and l lamentation mentaUon are
The students did not appear on the
streets Monday Monda in In their academic uni ¬
> forms fearing f arlng that they would be at ¬
l tacke tacked d by the crowds who WhobeUcve believe them
to be responsible for the killing of
Sergius SergI us
Students StudentsSpeak Speak Freely
Their Views on Revolution n
ST PETERSBURG PElERsBU PETEiBURGFeb G Feb Feb21oThestu 2lThe stu ¬
I dents of f the unIyersltYhayingQbtained university haying obtained
Governor Gov rnor Geni Gen GeneL iOl l TreppfCs sanctIon to
meet in the hall of otthe the university tp to dis ¬
cuss whether they would wouldrcsum resume their
studies or orcan continue lnue their abstention filled
the hall tQoyerfiowing to overflowing
The lhestudentshad students had previously sent n a a
deputation dapu aUontQ tp the fOlelgneorrcspond foreign correspond ¬
cuts at their hotels to invite them to at ¬
tend the meeting so s that an Impartial
record of the proceedings might be
Those taking part Partin in thefuec the meeting tlng were wcxe
greatly greaUyexcitedand excited and the speeches spee ches wer9 were
extremely violent iole tOnespeakera One speaker anathe nlithe
e matlzed the war as contrary Contrar to the in In
teresta of the he people whp did idnotc Ikinot npt care rea a
V f button for Manchuria Another Anoth r speaker Bvet1r r
urged urgedhlsllearers his hearers not to quit the hall
until they had sworn to destroy the
government governrnen t
Was thel there e he asked a amaramong man among
s them themwllUng willing to saCrifice himself himsclftok1ll to kill
V I GeneralJ General J Trepoff
e I This hIS evoked o d wild 1 Id applause Others O the rfi ap
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Jn Under ler Inst Instructions 1cions Prom the EIl1PQrlits Emperor His EIiesJ Eldest Son Calls CaI1ff 02 a Meeting Mt ng
With His HisEian Fiancee ee
ferrnanLroWfJPrince German Croum Prince
ll NOw OW tn in 1 Deep lrJt c 1 Ua1fJ naE2dWy ry 11 11t t I
FQ1iJ Found Duchess C sS Cpciiia C Ceciia Qjli JI Alone ny Iri in p Pfor Florence r l1 l1e e
and Sought Kaisers AdvicePromptly
BERLINrFeb B BERLIN RLINi f Feb b 21 21Although Although A1thoughthedIt the dif ¬
ferences feren sthnt that arose between betweenCr Crown wn 1 1feren
Prince dn ce Frederick F r d erlc I William T JIIi a m and a n d his fiancee n a ft ftc c ee I
or orthe or the family of his fiancee at Florence loren e II I
have iiav not nots so s far led to a formal forlnal15reakiQf Breaking
off otto of his bIsengage engagement engage ment to t r the Duc Duch Duchess hess 5
Cecilia Ce Uia ofiIecklln of MeckleriburgSchwerin 1 itrgS hwer Jthe the the
trouble has husb by no 1oUieanBbe mean means been IsmOo smoothed 1cd
over t an and d the outcome out ome is fnd9ub in dou doubt bt
i Oi O Instructlonsfromthe instruction from the Kaiser th the th
IC German rman consul at Florence Foren e nvestigated J1VesUg te i
the < c circumstances clr umsl nces of the in misunderstand misunde rstand
I ing arid ll1drIiiH1e made a 3 full tullrepoIt report
I Whfcn th the plan JEtn was first proposed Prop sed by b l
the prown crown prince to visit yis it the Duchess
Cecilia somewhere in the south Em
Vctrdaman Will ftVillOppose Oppose
juTtn J Jhn W hn f 7 Tfl ShCll Sharp f nciip ri 8 TTf TS A p IT Wi Williams H Ha > IT a f iiiiU iiiiUjns f I T liams T XV s jns S O
Governor JovernrofMissis of Mississippi ipptov Owns Ow hsArnbittQns is Ambitions to to
Enter t the the the United Un ited States tates5enate Senate SenateHas Has fl StrOng tr f ng > J
ViewS on the theRa Race eQuesti Question I
N3W NEW ORLEANS QgLEXNSFeb Feb 21 21AdYi 21Adyies Adyiaes es
from rpm Jackson Jackson Miss state that Gov
James 11 Vardaman var Vardarnan daman of Mississippi il1S ls ippi
will wUf positively positive ly oppose the election of
Representative Represent tiveJohn John Sharp Williams
as the successor of Un ited States Sen ¬
ator Money
Mr 11 yilllams is accepted as the
most available avaIla ble candidate but Gov ¬
ernor ernor Vardaman is ambitious ambit1 us to enter ent r
the Senate The breach Is is widening
between them and an d dwlum when Representa ¬
tive Williams WHIiamsreturr returns s to the State
after the adjournment of Congress he
Re presentative R l es nta tive Babcock Bab Babcockand oc kandCCJ1In and Ccmm issioKer issio 1er West VVestGonfer Con fer
Upon Uponthe the Matter MatterSchool School teachers TeaGhersaI and Afir Fire f
> J men in Sam Same Category F
During During the lhesummer summer recess recess of ofCon Con ¬
gress Dis District trIct Commissioner CammIss oner Henry L L
Vest at the the request requestofRepres of Representative nt tlve
Babcock chairman of the House Com ¬
mittee znilteeon on the Distr ict o of f Co lum bia will
I frame a o bill to be Introduced at the
next I xt session classifying the Metro
politiin poUtnnpoUce police force a along lines already alrea dy
proposed propose by Major Sylvester
Jtis It is also intended to divide members
of o f the public schcol teaching force
and an d the Fire Department into classes
according cordlng tol to length ng th of service
Bills for both these departments fswm will
be prepared in the near nearruture future An In ¬
crease cre e in Ut salaries salarieawili will be the result pr °
the thencwclnssIftcufion hew new classification
R Representative presentaUve Babcock n bcockcalled called on Cj Com om
missioner m1ssionerWest Westthfs West thsmorningand thIs morning and had a
long conference with him relative to
District DI > trlct salaries al rIes 1t t is understood that th t
favorable action actionwUI vUll nil be taken taltenon pn the
proposed p rG p edb Dills lllSl at t the O next n > < ti qession < S Slon In I n
brief it is proposed propose 1 to toproq1ote promote a amem morn
mer of the pplice force orce for instance
from fro m one once c lass fa ss to t Another at the th e con ¬
elusion of three threean ana five years tho o service s
q < cc o < < c < F L y
pcror rJ William mlaII1 made the t 11e condition I gl t Il that
she must rnu < t be b accornpanif tceonnedby tj qvyh ljy her rrnot4 nipther r
WtJcl1coPQrmcd whlcli vhilchi conformed with Germari qermanidetsof ideas of
J proprie proor topr le lely ly in such Sttcb cases caS s
The Grand Duchess Anastasia was an ¬
t gry ii T because the Emperor bad not per per ¬
mit mitted mitte edthemeetinlto d the meeting to ta Lllte take ke place at
Cannes Cannesb11tfinaHYCOl1scntWto ji but finally ponscrited cozisented ti to > Flor ¬
ence l1CC as the place plac for the meeting but
when wh nth the date datearlJved arrived she shed delayed llye her
departure and let Cecilia Cecillagpalone goj go alone
promising to follow in 1la a a JewdaysTl1 few days The
crown prince IHiJlc s eeing ejng the thc3Wltwardness awkwardness siwkwa fclnes
of ofthasituation the situation arising aXis J from the ab abO
serice sence of his fiancees fianceemothE17 flancee mother and an d the I ISehce
delay of ofn her ernrrhaL arrival W wrote rot e t tp to Oth the eEm Erii EmV V
peror for advice The Emperor tele tei
graphed p dSend Send end Cecilia CecUiato to her mother II other
You LO11 return at once once 1
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will not f find nd thc governor 5 suchan cha v ar r I
dentadmirr dent admirer of f his J + >
Friends FrlendsofGovernorYardaman of Governor Vardaman = con n ¬ I
sider the tQeyacanc vacancy in prospective prospcctiveScp Sea ¬
ator Moneys IQneysseat seat as asoneopportunity one opportunity
for the thefurthcr further advancement of 0 Gov ov
ernor ernorVardamanand Vardaman ardaman and there ther Is reason
to believe be fieve that the governors governors an ambition ibitlon
lies In that direction
The lh governor has strong v views iews cn
the race raceq question estion He cannot succeed
himself himselasgo as governor ernor of Mississippi
and there is no pr probable pbrible Congressional Congressio lal
vacancy v can y in his district distri tandtheSena and the Sena ¬
torial tori a 1 probability P offers 9ffrsm more D re induce e ¬
meats mentsthan than a Congressional Congrm sional possi p ssi ¬
bility <
respectively > The law r wnrPtcscribe will prescribe an
absolute term t rm of service serviceand and an abso ¬
lute salary for each class class120Qbeing 1200 being
fixed for the maximum salary sal rv for fori a
private of class A
Thp The annual appropriation appropr iation d bills there ¬
after will not notspccifr specify the number pf of men
in each class classr r which has heretofore l been ell
estimated by the Commissioners but ut
will ma mal make ke > c a lump sum appropriation for
police J salary alarypurposcs purposes to be dIvided lhlefl
according cCQrdlng tQ t the actual number Inetlch in each
Second S on d Lieut Francis Fra11cls M 1 Boon Nine
I teenth Infantry has been sentence d by
in a courtmartial at Vancouver Yan ouver Barracks
to he hedimlsscd dismissed d from fromth the army One of
the charges cltarg esa against a in st Lieut t B Boon O CIi was the th e
I taking of ota a Colts revolver
I For 01 a persistent persist ntc cough ul1 Pisoa J lftaGure Cure for o
I Consumption Is an aneftcctW11 effectual rcmaj rOInQi1 iv > A 01 IW
f 1
c 2 c
O Or OsTAllnknn r sTAllnknn lH nfr OIL l
r rl l fi u H U i
1 ppeal PP ppe S l l to the President
tffi t to J Extend xtyncl the tl1eh1V tnyes
tigati tigation r tr
MtvRoo Mr Roosevelt veltlJ Alay aygtt1dy Study the
SittJ Situation tjQl1 aj at kFirst First
2 H IIand nd
FreslftDrit Prfsident Soflseveft Pooaeclt HSff HSffmpst will mpst most likely
malferavpefsohar make 1 i Jj personal irtv investigation stsatiPi5 i in into to the
oil oilsi6iatIoi5i situation Qt of 5ii 5iies Texas es fWheivlie when he iakea takes
his trip to py Sari Antonio next next itaprith month
It tls Is eharod har b g4t d j jfiat that a tthe tthes the Stiaa s Snndard 41ri1rtlOJ ra Oil
Qomnanjr O l1 pyh iSa has fc f1 jpraeileHlis > prtectceiiiy ict Ml y tui jiiiiea the thEe
Beaumont Bea II39D t fie fi lichi M ity by Y jt itS ritex mercIless riess aiinl wni <
ni1ati nhlation nllatjph n of o oppo OppOSitOfl PPQ Sfipn U lt ite itS arbitrary l itraryqQn cpn 0072
trpl pf oitha the pipe pipe lines Utl lincr l its mPnppo mon rnoropoly poIYQ ly of
th the wfiter > water iiter rights rightsottle of the river river IveraI1dciQPt arid epast coast
cities and md tnd jt1is its secrpt SCCrCt ctrebate rebate contracts ontr ctJf
with the t the etaHroads railEPaasjof railroads af the the < State ftate As a
result res11tthepoom Vthe the boom Wl which which Ch was wasstarle starte d In
Beaumont anf1piq and prqinlsed i ed to iQke1 to make It t Jle the
1I Mecca cca of pfan an enoriripus enor enormous ousIrntnigl immigration t Yl an arid d
speculative population QPul QPula QPultonhas a tonhas has been ecn extin t1I ¬
guis gui guished hed the the1ortunes fortunes that have haY been bce
sunk in private r vate wells have b been Il lost
and ndllie the the pit oil ll iJrpducers pf small ltlall means ett
beggatedi eg redr
That t the t tn e people peopl Q of Texas rr are itehQfu fhpPt thor
oa oU oughly ghly hlyarousedOer aroused pyer over the the the cpnditiori l itjAA itjAAOf Of
things is Is IsplaiPlYShPw i plainly plaiPlYShPw lanll shown by b tii the AELitid ittitada atlituc le
of trie tue Legislature ezjSl tur which w iclf i is is pr preparing paring
to tofoIrrrWK follow Kansas nns3 > lead in in the establish UlQll li ¬
meat mentofftateretltieries of o State refineries pnQ act and the t regil
lation lationo of o the pipe lines Jirt
Appeal lo to Campbell am Jbe r
Representative R Pr ctltutIve Campbell aut aullorut author iiOr a of the the
HOl1serCioht House resolutlcri I n calling for Oi an flI an j investi
gatJpn aliqno of tPt the Kansas Kansasrnan maheawrs uverg of f the
Standard st amlari is tsJn is In receipt o of f hunareds h1t hundrds lrgqs ot o
letterstN1Jl letters from Texas TeXfis beggfegT be rgihg < hi him m mt i tit t to in i
tlucc 1 UCC thepres the i ii i t taa Prsident aa ir iriaTi d iaTi tta f to in include rtf tisftf ludeth the lie T Io Lone onei 1fJ
Star st I State Stateintlles in tiie tii sePi n0e eo > > e trfr < ti tIte jn Mquirr qu tf
y i esterdaV es estEr0ay erQ Y lnr Mr u Carapttell 1au < > hJ1 Ja laid d before e the th
PlS1q Presldsjtr 1 Ji 1 request 1 qtlMt from ttotn the fh speal speaker erof jJ of
theT tile Texas hduae h u ofrnre5eIltntivtS of 1 rspresentatives that at
air ln lr Garfielr be sen s sent t t to Texas Te ea eaaftet > after lift h he
c0J1clud concluded dbis1il Ms lat labors hers inKr1ri Ip In Kansas is
r Tin b Rte Tredcltnt S1 d n t cd1 did d 1 rOt iP t 11d int hicats c ate bf hn 1I do
t Cli Ciilon 3BBMm IOi ItE7Ca5e jg f j1m mLnaeihohi P f ffi iS1 5eldi n c ct t to 0 d
t JeMiS Ut uiersonnext person xiet ii7YtlI ItIS lElinet m t
ceifein Haintb tftat that fhe he wiiycacanbrnG will combine mb1 ritht1 tJiSr the pleasure c
ot his trip w wt witiL ith pu p public blic 1m l business J in ps to 0 tbs
extent p ofqucstlontng of qucstionirig the tii men menl1e met lie Tir3 rrr is
about t the th great State eviL By Ythe the time
he h leaves Texas Teash ae he will undoubtedly unlolbt dly
l1 ha have ve a aprettygQod pretty sopd idea Ia idea a cfthcsitn of the situation t1pn
Hcgaests RCqh 3tsInv investigatiQn ristigat Qn
HepreHentative nepr s ntatiY P Pv v p pCaJI1pb Campbell 11 < > f f
Karisas Ka 1 called caJledoIJ on the tb Secretary SecIeta ryof of t the
Interior l 1terOlto today ay and ndrcqll requested < ted Mitt J nl to Ip in
yes Yestf vestiTgtte tfgatfr ttC fu fu fully py llx the he blanket luket l Ifease as fo for
i9 7iO00 700005 > OOJucr a feresof CIe 9Lthebest of the best oil arid andg1s g gas ks lanS landa
of the theOsqge Os Osage dge Indian I c1i n Reservation Rese alion knots lrnqwq
as as tbeI the Fester < cster < Mease
air > C Ctniibell mIlhell bell nasrenucsted l1o reflu requtsied 8tcdS Secretary r t y
JjItchcoe it hccc S kto to u investigate inv e etiga tiga ethe the jiufestloA qU questica SUO l
fully wltita YiL with tfl > a view yiewtodetcrinining to detcr determining inlnins how
the l lease e wis as originally Obtained who
the present beneficiaries benefic < lri are ana and an
whether wh thEi > or orn not t laud ftaudvtitered entered into tad
mrilngeII1entQ aiTangemeiit so that if Justice de demands riiands
it it the lease i asec may be arinulled <
Kansas 1antafI I Ii egislatiire i Takes 1 kes
Hand 1 nd m in the < OiKBaMe il Battle
The fight o oL tie the KansagoU l fis prcducCr5 rcdu et
and of oi the thCStllt States jt Itseli 1tuI against a st th tha <
StaKdard Stan lard OllJGoiKsmiiy 01 CoxtpiOy CrIJ i11yandltsageIl and ItS asentg
continues without interruption i erup qo iI The T a
Pros iclont lQnl of the United l States the
President Prf > ident rro rrPtm ten of Oft1J ofthie trie SerrAte Scn 1tq tta tl
Speaker Spc lli lliroft4eHGuse roft4eHGuse of the Reuse of cfRe Representatives IrcS 1tatiVt
a oat id h various 1IIogst1icr other p pr persons r on sJn lri n high official offlcial t
statlttn st stt tl on nre recelvca Jv t1t1 tiimcrjiine Isis i mcrnin1 mGrniig by b wire wire a
concurrent co nC rre xit resclutipffi SClut nQ of protest pr t < tP1SfJ pnssjed
by both both j j9U5 hoasss 9U5 SAfheI iof of Ue Kansas nsa > Legisla ¬
ture 1ur i i
The protest prQt st is isa against pJp t the he renewal renewal of
t HlelitlS2 the he Icsise to to the theJar la Iar4s psts qsot of tl1f the Qsag g in Jh
dians d ans mad madV mads in n1E9jthceAseCvhc4 ifOi lt9the the lease which ii
its its itsyer veryMnception yer very inceptjongl inception the Secretary s cr ta1of of the t e
Interior 111te orhas has reeenti rec recentlY nti itcclared l c dtQ to hav < =
Been ee t ta a public scandal E and The hcttl1ewal reriewal
of the lease leaetQ to thi VStaridi StIn StandOrd d4r lOilCom X3iV Oil Com ¬
pany or th the agaijts i1 95 t1r reprciseiitativ 3
cf of that corpprit cerr cerp0rniO tionv t Fth the peglslatura egisiaturc g sIatur
thinks lhinl would be boa F greater gr eater arid nd grayer grav < r
scandal andal Tli TbcidztetftrY esi 4ffrsXiry iellly fe t arcestly c cst1 b be < s
sought sou ht tp vithJSjpId th I dcp dcpctiQn action ctiQn
Tert rertp of fIfesolup Sesplutipa Resolution
The The resolutipii resoluqQ resoluqQw4 wa w4 w s wired wir d to Represer ti tipreset preset
tatlve ta tative tive Carnpb Cgniplit1I r pb JL H cf f Kansas I a1 w Wlio ho iO intr JntrF 1ntro = i
i duccd uced t tfeorlhitii tile he Of otttZiI fjjirai resolution providing
for an investigation invstigat lnof o of the e conditions <
rtfEecting lf ctirg the prediction prod iCJionan < and sale s ale of dl 11
in that thatState State Tiie Thircs01utiPRIs The resolutipjEf is lens o as fol
10s la
laWherens 4 Wherens Wh rMs the Standard Standardon Oil Company
has a blanket le lease ns for 01 oil and gas of
the Osage Indian Reservation Reservat on lriowu known as
the FosterL Foster fceitise lS which If it cpntindca mtlmlca
to ho hold 1CJldwnr ld will make it tiQle able to to destroy
private rivateI producers > rod G h > an iin d ddrlVethem drive them out of
And An d dwher wliere whereas ias Vis th thf the Secretary Secre 1ry of U the
Inter InterIor ior has 111 dee declared cJlr lare jl ain in pu PllbUc public blic prints
that this t1 lease which w Ide Is sconll cpriimoniy non y
known aS the th Foster Fost r Lease L ase passed into
the control con trol a rid ntlownersbip ownership of the said
Standard Sttn dar dOilCompany Oil Company by O fraudj fra fraud d
And Whereas thereas the t11eSecretaTY Secretary of p the
Interior Inter or has consented under protest Brotest to
renew to the Standard OilCo < Oil Company mpanJ or
its agents and andrepJesetltaUye representatiyeji the t lease
of t nt nearly > arly 700000 acres 3crsof of thi thiS land l nd
And whereas the7cOOOOacn the 7CO0 7ft1OOd acrtS acres he has
selected is Infhe in the heart and body P9d of to t the 1
oil and andfas gas portion of the reservation
leaving for individual indlviduallessee lessee or pub
chasers cbas rs only pasture land
And < nd whereas Wl1erens the tb said aid TOOv 700 70O01I fil I1 acreS is
the richest portion IotUonof of the Western V t rn oil
field and Its continued cont1ntiedp use e and develop
mont by the iheStandardOn Standard Oil Compauy
WO would 11dadd add to the power pow loi of tlwtcoroparty that company
to annihilate oth other er production
And whereas the Standard StandarilOU Oil Com COII1
parry has been declared by public opinion
to be bean an outlaw and an by byits its tyrannical
practices and unfair competition th the
enemy of honest hQnestcOInmer commerce e
Should Ii Not ot R Reissue Re issue ssu
Therefore be It ltre resolved > olved by the
senate enat of the State Stnt of Kansas ians Jl1 the house
concurring thereto ther o That the President Presi eIit
the Secretary r of Interior and aIdtheQon the Con ¬
gress of the United Un tedStat States be b and andth they the y
are hereby here b reauested reaue > ted to tqhold hold upt u iffi nd an <
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