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10 THE WASHINGTON W TIMES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 19 190S too
STATE STATE OF UNREST UIK5TKeYolutionary UNRESTIN UNRESTIN
IN SANTODOMINGO SANTODOMINGORevolutionary SANTO DOMINGO DOMINGORevolutionary
Revolutionary Seeds Are AreNow AreNowBeing AreNow
Now NowBeing Being Sown SOWllUNITEP i iUNITED
i 1UNITED
UNITED STATES HELPLESS HELPLESSQuestion HELPLESSQuestion HELPLESSQuestion
Question of Distribution of Revenue RevenueCollections RevenueCol1 RevenueCollections
Collections Col1 c ons Proves Iovesto to P Bone Boneof B Boneof e ei
i of Contention ContentionThe Conr ention entionThe 1i on onThe
The State Stnte Department Depar nont Is much m ch con concerned con concerned concerned ¬
cerned over the th situation In Santo Do Domingo Domlngo Domingo ¬
mingo as It has been b on reported by bytnited b bTnlted byVnlted
tnited States Minister Dawson DawsonIt
It Is clear from trom the reports which whichhave whlohhave whichhave
have been constantly constantl received from fromMinister from1I1nIster fromMinister
Minister Dawsonthat Dawson that a state of unrestexists unrest unrestexists unrestexists
exists among a large large part part of the pop population population populatton ¬
ulation of Santo Domingo and that thattroublous thattroublous thattroublous
troublous times whidh whl h are likely lIkel to tovertuate toYentuate toCvertunte
vertuate In a revolution revolution are coming comingin comingin comingin
in the island islandOpposed IslandOpposed IslandOpposed
Opposed to Americans AmericansAccording AmericansAcc AmericansAccording
According Acc rding Jo to the reports Deceived l8colved by
the State Stat Department P partment there is Isto IstoiCr a iCr iCrtnln cer certain tertain ¬
tain element in Santo Domingo Domlng which whldhhas whichhas whehhas
has always been opposed to the Anteracan Amer American Amer13n ¬
ican administration of the customs or ofthe orthe orthe
the island which in the past have havefurnished haeurnlhed havefurnished
furnished for them a source of largeJrsonal large largepersonal largepersonal
personal revenue Under the American Americanadministration Am Americanadministration rlcnn rlcnnndmlnlstrnUon
administration the 45 per cent of the theustoms th thlstoms thec
< ustoms dues that have been turned turnedover turnedOVCt turnedover
over to the Santo Domingo government governmentexceeds governmentetCeeds governmentexceeds
exceeds the entire revenue collected in ini Inthe Inthe
i the he past by unscrupulous agents of ofthe ottile ofthe
the government sovert1 nent and given to the San ¬
to ti Domingo treasury
The growing revenues of the thecustoms customs customchouses
houses has made the revolutionary tile ctleIn1t tilerrcnt jlemnt
mnt In the th Island more desirous than thanever thanet thanever
ever et r to gain In possession of the customs customsa customsad
a ad + Hi more dissatisfied with the
present presentairangement pr presentaarsngement cnt cntlr2ngement
aarsngementthe airangement airangementThe lr2ngementThe
The fact that the United States h hpowerless is ispowerless fgpowerless
powerless to take drastic action action to pro prottct pro prot prott
t tt ct the modus Vivendi now fn force for
the admlnistcaUon of the fiscal affairsof affairs affairsof atralrjiot 1
of the island Islan Is each day becoming bet ¬
ter tt r understood In Santo Domingo
The rh officials of the State Department
iKlieve bE UEe that the Senate will this year yearcertainly yearcertainly ear earcertaInly
certainly ratify the treaty treat between
Santo Domingo and the United States Stateswhich Stateswhich Stateswhich
which would place this country on OJ a
firm footing in the island and give It
the right to protect the custom houses housesand housesand housesand
and prevent revolution revolutionHIT revolutionHIT revolutionHIT
HIT BY CAR CARStruck c CARStruck R RStruck
Struck by a westbound westbound car at Soy Sev SevI1tJ1
entth nth and fl G streets t i nortlnkasfc north t rdora Cora
3ri1lth mithi th who refused ret sed tbgfte tb glve her add dc1r ss ssreceived gss slI
received a 1 severe shock and seu seavral S w rnl
brUises about the body yesterday after
noon about 530 oclock She insisted
on boarding the t1 e car car i and proceeding on
her wa >
If
Hepb Hepburn rli MeanstoPush MeanstoPushflis1nterstaf Means to Push PuskHis PushHip
His flis1nterstaf Interstate Interstate Billhairman Bill BillChairman BillChairman
Chairman of House Committee on This ThisQuestion Th ThisQuestion s sQuestion
Question Determined to Have H ve His Bill Billon Billon Billon
on Railroad Commerce Considered
Com Commlftee Co Comlttee Committee
Chairman Hepburn of o the Ipuse
Foreign Com Commerce Commerce Commerce ¬
tnte and
mlftee on Interstate Int n
merce announces ann4un s that htf h will Intro JnlrQduoe Introduoe introduce
duoe Immediately after the opening ope of ofVWHSFBSS ofCOltsress ofCo
VWHSFBSS COltsress Co ess his Iito bill for the reorganl reorganization reorganization0f Uon UonIf
Commission Commissionthe CommissiontheeCten Commissionthe f
of < If the Interstate Int rstate Commerce
and the increase In Increase increase ¬
the theeCten extension lon of its powers
crease of the salaries salariesThe salariesThe salariesThe
the theHepburn theHopburn theHepburn
The same measure was known as
Hepburn bill In the last Congress and andfailed andftbl andfaded
vote to secure adop adoption adoption doP doPtlon ¬
failed ftbl d by a a single sl gle ote
tion as the majority report of the com committee oommlttee cornml ¬
the BschTownsend measure measurebeing measure measurebtolng measurebeing
mittee ml tee
being sent out instead Chaiamast Chairman ChaI aJ1 Hepburlr Hep Hepburn Hepburn ¬
that thntthls this time tlmalegislation timelegislation timelegislation
burn burlr expresses eXpr s confidence cont acnce
legislation will vIJI pass both House and andSenate andScmate andSenate
Senate and that It will be of the kind kindthat kindthAt kindthat
that the President and his supporters supporterswane sUPPorters1lnt supporterswant
wane 1lnt He believes belh es his own bill Is In Inline in inline Inline
line with these thes requirements and there therefore therefore there therefore ¬
fore proposes to give it another 1l0t4e JT t try tryThe > y yThe 4 4The
The Hepburn Measurei Measure MeasureThe
i 1 1The 1 1The
c
The Hepburn lIe burn measure measure provides pr r ovddCs iIId = f tot totatboUshlng forabolishing of ofMbolishing
Mbolishing abolishing the present Interstate Com Comwisslon ComY1sslon Cornf =
wisslon f + sslon and then creating a new new oneunder one oneunder Qneunder
under the same name As first draftedthe drafted draftedthe draftedthe
the measure contemplated a commission commissionof
of seven members instead of the fivetitat five fivethat fiyctbat
that now constitute the commissionLater commissionLater commission commissionLater
Later however it was raised to nine nineand nineand nineand
and this is the number the chairman chairmannow chairmannow chairmannow
now hits 18 In mind He proposes pr poses to fix fixthe fixthe fixthe
the salary at 10000 1000 annually which IP IPthe I Ithe isthe
the same sam same that judges of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremCourt SupremeCourt
Court receive receiveThe recchcThe receiveThe
The measure mt > aIlre provides for a Court ot otCommerce QtCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce to which appeals from tr m the thecommission thecommission thecommission
commission shall go This court court Was to tobe toe tobe
be e made ma e up of otoIrcult ° olrcult judges assigned to tothis tothIs totics
this particular work for limited periods periodsby periodb periodsby
by b the Chief Justice Ju tI e of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Its jurisdiction was to t be ex exelusive exClISlve eselusive
elusive as to transportation tru1i1portatlon matters matters and andAppeal aJ1dflPpe andappeal
Appeal flPpe lI should He from tr fn It Yo to 0 the Su Supreme Supreme Supreme ¬
preme Court CourtThe CourtThe CourtThe
The particular occasion for dissatis dissatisfaction dl diysCIsfaction s tis tistaction ¬
faction with the measure on the part of ofadvocates otadvocat ofadvocates
advocates advocat s of regulation was was that It did didnot db dbDOt didnot
not provide for forthe the Immediate taking tak1n ef effect effect effeet ¬
fect of a rate determined to be reason reasonable r reasonable nson nsonablE ¬
able by b the Interstate Commission CommissionProvision CommissionProvision ommlsslon ommlsslonI
Provision ProvIsiOn was made made m d for the suspension suspensionof
I of the new new rate nit on order x Of > f the courtpending court courtpending courtpencJil1gproecution
pending pencJil1gproecution prosecution of th the appeal a1W al Thi ThiIt This ThisIt Thist
It t was was urged violated the essential essential feature fea feature tellturf ¬
ture of the Presidents Presl ents plan What TIi ithe itheradienl the theradical theradical
radical reculatlonists rant vaht Ig that t9nt whe whethe when whenthe w en enthe
the the commission denounces one otle rate ratct and andafter ail ailafter id idatter
after investigation names names a as satisfactory satisfactoryone satisfactory satisfactoryone siactor siactorone
one to take UB It place that rate shall shallimmediately ghlJIbecome shallimmediately
immediately become effective etlecU = e and re remain remain remain ¬
main in effect etr ct until on appeal It shall shallhave shaHhae shallhave
have been be n decided eclded unfair
There Th re rew was also objection obje Uon to the plan planon planQn planen
on the th ground ound that that the judges j dgesasslgned dgesasslgnedfor assigned assignedfor assignedfor
for service sI serifceon vIce on the court cout t of o commerce commerceserving commerceserving omm rce rcesorvhlr
serving only for short periods periods would wouldnot would wouldnot vo ld ldnot
not have opportunity thoroughly to tofamiliarize tofamiliarize tofamiliarizehemselves
familiarize familiarizehemselves themselves with this tbI branchof branch branchof
of legal procedure proce < lurt and with the questions Ques Questions Questions ¬
tions involved In making rates and de determining detcrmininl determining ¬
termining their reasonableness reasonablenessNotwithstanding rERSonablenessotwlthstal1dlng reasonablenessNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding these objectionsfrom objectionsfromsome objections from fromsome fromsomt
some of the ardent nrdentsupport supporters rs of theplan the theplan theIllan
plan to rehabilitate the commission commfssipnthere comm1sslonthere commissionthere
there is apparent a growing feelinj tcellnf feelin that thatsome thatsome thatsorite
some sorite such su h compromise will be Dressed Dressedupon ressed ressedupon
upon 1 n the 1h President and that he h mayaccept may mayaccept mOyaccept
accept It ItOne itne itOne
One ne of the the best b st known advocates ofvigorous of ofvigorous otIgorous
vigorous regulation measures when whentold w whentold n ntotq
told told that the Hepburn bill would w uld be In Introduced Introduced introduced ¬
troduced troduced again expressed much sur surprise sur surprtee surpriee ¬
prise saying he could could not > bel believe elieve ve the themeasure Uiemeasure themeasure
measure retaining the ess essential ntllil teaLures fear feartures tea fealuresthut
Lures luresthut that characterize characterized 1 iMastf It Inst13csslori Inst13cssloriCQ lastBCSloncould session sessioncould
could CQ ld get through tne House House H use He Hethought Hethought i ithought
thought the vigorous manifestation ofdisapproval of ofdisapproval otdlsappronl
disapproval that was noted at that time timewould tlnrewould tinewould
would be repeated re ated and that the House Housewould Hous Houswould Housewould
would never be willing to take Its stand standfor standtor standfor
for such a bill He thought howeverthat however howeverthat howeverthat
that that if the House could be induced topads to topas topajs
pas it the Senate might do tho sameHe same sameHe sameHe
He also suggested s the possibility that thatthe thatthe
w1cn when Speaker SpQakerC SpeakerCannon
1 the vllG Uouse JTlOUric iiU14 committee llfcfcit llfcfcitCannon
Cannon C nnon shall have effected the meohgabn meohgabnIzaUOf Reorgan Reorganization reorgnnbnt1on ¬
ization of his committee list mlgiht 9 9found be befound befound
found to have a majority of BepubU BepubUI RepubUcans Republicans
I cans cans who would be willing to bring out outsuph out8Ucn outone
ure There was only one onethe onevote
suph sucha a measure me make
vote lacking In the last session sessooi to t o make makelhebl11the
the lhebl11the bill the choice of a majority maj 3 ofRepublicans of the theReoublicana theRepubUcans
Republicans on the committee In such suchu suchu
u situation with the Senate accepted as aswith asopposed a
opposed to the Presidents plan and andwlth a awith
with the House committee reporting reportinmeasure reporting 3 3measure a ameasure
measure unsatisfactory to moat of 1 o > t th thbackers the thebackers ld
backers of that plan the situation would wouldbe w w0 w0be uld uldbe
be so thoroughly muddled as to add addgreatly add addgreatly nddgreatly
greatly to the difficulties dlf lcnttes of securing securingany securingany secu g gany
any legislation at all allBR1GHTS allBRIGHTS ailBRIGHTS
BRIGHTS DISEASE KILLS KILLSONE KILLSONE KILLSONE
ONE OF OLDEST POLICEMEN POLICEMENPoliceman POLICEMENPollcemari POLICEMENPoliceman
Policeman George T 1 McGlue a a pro probationary probatlonary probationary ¬
bationary officer connected co mected with the theBoard thep theBoard
Board p rd of otChlldrens Childrens Guardians died at athis athis athis
his his home 610 Twentysecond street ofBrights of ofBrighfs otBrights
Brights disease yesterday afternoon He Hewas Hewas Hewascontined
was wascontined confined confin d to bed only a aO aOweek > weekThe week weekThe weekTh
The Th dead officer Qmc r who whodwas8lxtyrour whodwas8lxtyrourye whowas wasixtyfour wasixtyfourvears sixtyfour sixtyfouryears
years ye rs old had been connected with the thejiaars thel
Metropolitan l pollee torcefor Or e tormorftba tormorftbathl more than
thl jiaars 7 ° ars He la Issunried survived bya byawidow by b u uwidow uwldow
widow and amr Tour grown grown children The Thefuneral Thetunerol Thefuneral
funeral will be held from the late resi residence residence res resdence ¬
dence Monday afternoon at 3 o Qclock QclockElk 4cloekElk cloolc cloolcI
I Elk Grovethe butter but r that t t keeps firm 1x
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The T Colonial Wine Company cc Where Where Quality QualityIs Is Paramount Paramount1In ParamountThanksgiving ParamountI
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goods The Colonial Wine Companys label on a bottle is a a guarantee guaran ee of absolutepuricY absolute absolutepurity absolutepuny
i purity and highest quality qualityWere qualityWere
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> To Rd Up His Tars TarsMany F TarsMany rs rsI rsMarlY
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Many Missing As sS Sailing ilingHour Hour Approached ApproachedPolice Ap ApproachedPoliceand roached roachedRance
Police Policeand and Immigration Officials Hunting Huntingfor Hunl Huntingfor ng ngfor
for Men MenNotYet Not Yet Aboard
NEW NEW YORK Nov 18 13Because Because Beca of the thegreat tlic tlicgreat l c cgreat
great number num ber of ofinissing v missing sailors s ilors from fromthe troJrithe fromthe
the English fleet Prince Louis squad squadron sQuadron squadron ¬
ron did not npt sail today as originally originallyplanned QriglnallYpl griginallyplanned
planned pl nned butwill butwll walt Vritil uhtll1 fMjMriyio fMjMriyiogive Mdliay riati fo foghe o ogive
give the themenachanceto men mena a chance chanceto to recuperate recuperate rec perate and andeturn andreturn andreturn
return to their ships whicharecoalea whicharecoaleaSince whichure which are coaled coaleidSince coaledSince
Since the arrival a Tiv l here of thefleet the fleet de desertions desertions desertions ¬
sertions have increased as the days dayswore dayswore dayswore
wore on o Commissioner commI sIon r of Immigration rt1lnatlon
I
CUBAN eu BAN DEIECTIVESfll DEIECTIVESfll1HS D DTftTIYE8 ETEGTIVESFINDARMS IIND IINDARMS
ARMS HIDDEN IK IN I eEl eElIncluded ERnO ERnOIncludedTwo ERROIncludedTwoMathineGuns
IncludedTwo IncludedTwoMathineGuns Included Two < Mathine Guns and 1Bfles 1BflesConsidered RSfleiC RSfleiCConsidered Rifl a aC
Considered C Considered n a r d < Evidence Eviaenceof EriiI riceoin riceoinJutionaIyPlot ofltevo ofltevolutionary Sevb r J JjLutionaiy
jLutionaiy JutionaIyPlot JutionaIyPlotHAV Plot PlotHAVANA PlotHAVANA =
HAVANA HAV NA Cuba Nov 18Government ltovernmentdetectives 18 18GovernmentdetecUves Government Governmentdetectives
detectives detecUves today seized fortyrifles forty rifles rlfte twen twentyone tjen tjent twehtyone ¬
tyone t one carbines carbines nrl > lnes two two machine machine guns guns gunsend and d
35000 cartridges together with wJ h other otherwar otherwar otherwar
war materials which whlohwore wore found In ahouse a ahouse ahouse
house In Cerro a suburb of the thecity thecityThe cJty cJtyThe cJtYThe
The discovery of the arms and ammu ammunition amtJ ammunition u unlUonroves ¬
nition nlUonroves proves the existence xistenceota of a arevolu arevolutionary revolu revolutionary revo1uUonary ¬
tionary plot of magnitude lnvestljja lnvestlgation lnvestljjation lnvestlgo1tlon >
tion is being made to run down the par parties parlies parties ¬
ties responsible for collecting col1 ctlnjr the armsAs arms armsAs an1H an1Hs
As s yet t no arrests have ve been made ma e
Watchorn W Watchorn tchorn the police and the British Britishconsul BrltlsJtco Britishconsui
consul co sll are rounding roun round ng up the deserters today to today toaay ¬
day wholesale whole e orders for ar arrests arljes > ests having havingbeen havIngbe havingbegn
been be begn n issuedThe issued issuedThe IssuedThe
The men for the most mostpart part the thoo thoofc of offllcers offlcers
fllcers fc rs of the fleet hope are rf deserters deserters fir irriiname ilrinanie firSzatrle
iname only onlythat that Is they theyhave have been won woniover wonover wonover
iover over by the generous gcneroushospltnUtY hospitality shown shownthem shown shownthem shownthem
them by the Americans and and 1d are resting restingup restinguP restingup
up after a hard siege of pleasure
ARRANGEMENTS FOR VISIT VISITTO VISITTO VISITTO
TO WASHINGTON iN ASNIN GTON COMPLETEDBALTIMORE COMPLETED COMPLETEDBALTIMORE COMPLETEDBALrIlIORE
BALTIMORE Nov ISArrangements ISArrangementsfor 18 Arrangements Arrangementsfor
for a conference between representa representatives representatives representatives ¬
tives of business organizations of Balti Baltimore ¬
more more and Secretary Shaw have been beencompleted beencompleted beencompleted
completed and the delegation will leave leaveGamden leaveCamden leaveCamden
Camden Station Monday morning < for forthe torthe forthe
the CapitalIit Capital CapitalIn
In the delegation will be Mayor 1tnyorTf 1tnyorTfmanus Ti Timanus Timanus
manus Collector of the Port William F PStone FStQne FStone
Stone Robert Ramsay RnmsaY1 president > r aldent of the theBoard thoBoard theBoard
Board of Trade E Stanley Stanle Gary pres presdent presi president president ¬
dent of the th Merchants arid arid Manufactur Manufacturers ¬
ers Association Assocl Uon Douglas DougIlia AT MWylIe MWylIepresident Wylie Wyliepresident Wyliepresident
president of the Chamber of Commerce Commerceand Commerctand Commerceand
and delegations from each of the or organizations organizations organizations ¬
ganizations Congressmen COnGTe88 en Frank C CWachtcr CWachter CWachter
Wachter and John J hn GUI will also accompany ac accompany accompany ¬
company the delegation delegationThe delegatfmiThe delegationThe
The party will lay before Mr Shaw Shawthe Shawlhe Shawthe
the plans for developing a park p rk on the thewfat theWflt thewest
west side of the new custom house housewlih housewL housewi
wlih wL wi ch h was wasrecenUy recently suggested at ameetingof a Qmeet QmeetlJ1g meet meeting ¬
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GOtOie cOlOR D JEN MEN OF TEXAS TEXASDENOUNCE 1 1DENONEIIAESBRUTES I IiDENOUNOE
DENOUNCE DENONEIIAESBRUTES DENONEIIAESBRUTESDeclare RACES RACtSBRUTES RACtSBRUTESI BRUTES BRUTESDeclare
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I People to o Stand tan for LawandOrder Law Lawi
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I HOUSTON Texas Nov 1SColorcd 1SColoredmen IS 1SColorcdmen Colored Coloredmen
men from fortyf tortfour our counties o of Texas Texasassembled Tcxa Tcxaassembled Texasassembled
assembled here < today 0 to hold an onanU anti anticriminal anticriminal
i criminal assault conventionSeveral convention conventionSeveral
i Several 1 hours hour were consumed consumed In the theappointment theI thegppnintnlent
I appointment fp Ofntment of ofeommittees committees and aind listen listening listenIng listenlugto ¬
lugto ing to tobricf brief talks from the delegates delegatesirdih delegatesfrom delegatesrdm
from rdm the rural districtsAll districts districtsAll districtsAll
All expressed the th opinion that th t the time timehail timehad timeKati
hail come come when the best of the race racemust racem racemust
must must m st take tnke a firm stand for law order orderand o cederanti der derl
and l morality must assist the officers officersand otrlcersand offleersand
and not the culprits dulprltsNat lprits lpritsNnt j jNat
Nat Q Henderson delivered the address ad address address ¬
dress that that will be submitted to the pub13c pub public publIens ¬
lic lIens as setting forth the purposes pur os s and andobjects andobjects andobjects
objects of the he organization organizationA rg nlzatlon nlzatlonA
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Andrew A dr w Carnegie has promised me1 me1tlatt me met medatarnount
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A new new Aw Idea dea for torthe the problem of bnngr bnngrinr branglag
lag In the buyers and sellers of second secondhand secondhand econdhand ¬
hand cars together to ether has been worked workedout workedout workedout
out by a New few ew York concern styled the theInterstate theInterztate theInterstate
Interstate Automobile ClearIng Com Comiajjy C Centparly ttl ttlpany
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buyer and Just the desired customer for forthe forthtJlclIer forthe
the thtJlclIer seller Those having secondhand secondhandcars secondhandcarii secondhandcar3
cars and those seeking 8cekin them will Ul be becharged becharged becharged
charged a a small mall fee e for registration registrationBargains registrationBargains registrationBargains
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