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Thursday ht n askfugtoue hinllton i LAST AST EDITION EDITIONDUMBER EDITIONNUMBER EDITION1VUlIBER
DUMBER 65 6576 76 WASHINGTON WEDNESDAY EVENING EVE TING JANUARY 5 1910 PRICE ONE CENT
ti PLUG INSURGENTS INSURGENTSVERBATIM INSIIRQETSI
I VERBATIM ORDER HERConfirmation ORDERON ORDERCV
ON APPOlNT APPOINTMENTS APPOINTMENTSonfirmation ENTS ENTSConfirmation
Confirmation CV Gives of Re Report Report Report ¬
port That Patronage Is IsWithheld IsWithheld IsWithheld
Withheld WithheldPRESIDENT WithheldPRESIDENT WithheldPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT IS NOT NOTASSISTING NOTASSISTING
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ASSISTING CANNON CANNONFriends CANNONFriends CANNONFriends
Friends Declare Taft Will Not NotRecogmze NotRecogaize NotRecognize
Recognize Opponents of ofParty ofParty
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FxiMide Frie k of f the PresMsnt Pre WeDt willie ad adBiitUng admlttJlag ad1nItttag
BiitUng today that be is ftgbttng g the theinsurgents theulo8ur8flllts theIsurgents
insurgents of the House aa atsd Senateby Senate Senateby Senateby
by withholding wtthboidt g from them a share in intbe Intho n nthe
the Federal patronage explain expideed od thathis that thathis thathis
his action a < < Soft does not mean be is in Incomp a acompact acompact
compact comp ct with with Mr ir C CIt cIt Catuaos CatuaosIt
It does oes mean however aoWEtHl that he has a alegislative a a1t8ieJatlve alegiciatve
legislative program te t put MIt tnroogh this thisCongress thisCongre thisCongreee
Congress Congre e t3at t 3at he waste 1JIiffUK the Republican Repnbllcanvotes Republicanvotes Repubi1canvotes
votes necessary te t carry it through and andthat andthat andthat
that be means to do anything b Jie can D to topromote toproJDOt topromote
promote party JoildaiKj natty and andregularity andreguJrttY andregular
regular regularity regularityWbea reguJrttYWheR lty ltyWbea
Wbea members berg et Congress go to him hhnasking himasking hhmasking
asking for patronage vie lie on the ground groundtbat groundtbt groundthat
that they are 1e Republicans be wants wantsthem wantsthem wantsthem
them to prove i rowe that they are Repub Republicans Repub11C8DL Republicans ¬
licans If they are le insurgents irellt8 against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the partys PArty i iRepublic poIlde they are le ant good goodRepubltca1l goodRepublicans
Republic RepublicThis Republicans Republtca1lThis RepublicansThis
This is the position taken by the theident Pres President President ¬
ident according accordln < < to his h friends and his hisaction hisaction hisaction
action does not mean that be te i help helping helpng helpng ¬
ing ng Cannon On the contrary be takes takesthe taktSthe takesthe
the position that be te helping the t e coun country country country ¬
try and promoting its It welfare by trying tryingto tryingkeep
to keep within th the lines 1bM the tilenumber necessary necessarynumber necessarynumber
number of votes for his hiliDrier policies policiesDrier policiesOrder
Drier Given Gi Out OutPitta OtltPI OvtPtn6
Pitta PI th the insurgentsThat Insurgents u uThat
That Is the terse order r WhIch Bas been beencirculated bHI1clrcalated beencircuhued
circulated in tfc the Postofftee Po to < < tce Department DepartmentThe DepsrtseatThe
The exact exactused expression < Quoted above boTe was waa1Isecl wasaced
used by b T one of the thegeneral assistant I8taat postms5ters postms5tersgeneral er erKener1
general in apprising his bisof subordinates s8BordlDatesOIl tJ
of the order which had acl been 0 promul promulgated protsauigated MOIDUIM4 ¬
gated M4 by Postmaster er General GeB < < l l1rk HKheock HKheocko Htcehoecacerne
Tw = nta ntai erne
i o of tb 1rk Tiiauvhsj igLiil3 enls n s today by 7 an anofficial anGtDclaI anofUetal
official in the PostofOce Department DepartmentI Departmentwas Depertmefttand Departmentand I
and u the letter In which the expreulou expreulouwu
was used nro nrofloo IIIOMbly will be read on the theaooa
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floo tlQOI9C aooa of the be Hoi HoiThere House HouseThere I ITbere
There was confirmation n on every band bandtoday handtoday
today of < < the assertion Il tbat patronage patronagehad ptIOfta patronagehad < < e eh
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had h been denied eaied the t e insurgent t Senators Senatorsand SeatOlSand Senatorsand
and Representatives pending a request requestof r ror requestof
of the House and ad Senate leaders Jea en thatthe that tbatthe j jthe
the Administration nut J Ut its stamp of dis disapproval disapproval ¬
approval ap CO on the insurgent r movement moweme t byrrfu by byrefuel byrCusar
refuel rCusar rrfu iser m meaboe ambers of that movement movesentrecognition movementrecognition
recognition r to the PoecoTfce p Depart Department Dgertruent t t1lJent ¬ I
ment 1lJentPostmaster ruentPostmaster i iPostmaster
I Postmaster General Hitchcock Is in incignant Iant i
cignant c nt because ala position po ItIoR h the ftghc ftghcagainst AgIacEtBIDt > ghc ghcazatnet
against Speaker Speak Cannon has become becomepublic beeosepublic I Ipublic
public property The IDMI insusrhaeate n urientg are areJubilant arejubilant I Ijubilat
Jubilant They are confident COft clel > t that their theirause theire I IaU8e
< ause e has been helped in the public publicestimation publtee i iestimation
estimation e beyond their wildest wilde t dreams dreamsShewiag dreIIISItewi dreamsSpewing
Spewing SItewi Organizations O aJ zatins Hand HaaeLber HaJHiThe HandThe
The fact that a member ber of the Presi Presidents Pres PresdntlII Presi Presidentabtset ¬
dents dentabtset Cabinet frankly refuses to reeog reeogof JODgrl recogriae
rl riae the recommendations UoII8 of a member memberof JIMID er erof
of the House because that member Is teKarded Ist isppo
t ppo ppoeed ed to the itepu Republican hlican leaders Iea er i lee regarded re reJOOanlecl
Karded by them as the best thing thatr that thatruld thattukl
r rind happen to illustrate Plu trate to what ends endsThe endsT
The T he organization nizUoII te ready to go for the tbeiinpose theNlTTOEoe theiurpoee
iinpose of whipping them into lineRepreeentattye line lineRepresentative IDeRepre
Representative Repre eR Miller came out intothe into intothe iatothe
the open today aDd declared that be was W3ithe wasthe
the man to whom hOln P Prxtmaster > 3t tnaster lW8ter Genera General1lltcheock GeneraHitchcock
Hitchcock 1 confided tbe reasons r DII why in insurgent in1Irseat inanrgent ¬
surgent recommendations for the time timebeing dmebeing dinebeing
being would not receive ve favorable cenContimued cen cenConttnued cenCoottalMd
Conttnued on Page Twelve TwelveWEATHER TwelveWEATHER Ive IveWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The disturbance reported e as devehp40gl devehp40glover developingover developing developingover
over tn the Plains States Tuesday TYes Y gained gainedmarked gainedmarked
marked intensity and it has moved movedthence movedthence movedthence I
thence to upper Michigan attended by byhigh byhigh byhigh
high winds and ftd heavy snow in the up upper upper ¬
per Mississippi and lower Missouri XJ eourt val valleys valJes valleys ¬
leys and the lake region r on Another storm stormis 3tonnII stormis
is II developing ftvelot lD over the west we t Gulf Pre Precipitation PrfdpltatJoD Precipitation ¬
cipitation has also occurred in the form formof formof i
of < > t rain or 01 snow in the Ohio valley valle the tbeGulf theGulf I Inul
nul Gulf States the Plains States and theRocky the theRocky 1 1Rock
Rocky Rock mountain region regionThe regionThe
The temperature has risen rl en decidedly 44cl e IT in inthe Inthe inthe I
the lake region r the Ohio valley Tennee Tenneepee T TfH TennesFee
pee th the middle Gulf States and the tbefare theorthweet thanNorthwest
Northwest aIMI a sharp fall tn temper temperare temperanre
fare are Is reported from the Southern Southerne SoutbemPlains SOuUteraPl1n
Plains States and the th thwest e extreme South Southwest Sort SortwtSt ¬
west Unusually Unu uaUy low temperatures t ure areagain are areagain aregAin
again gAin reported on the Atlantic seaboard seaboardnorth seaboardnorth i
north of Georgia GeorgiaThe GeorldaThe GeorgiaThe
The indication are that there will be begeneral 1 begeneral e eFfneral
general precipitation on east of the Mteete Mteeteslppl XI nedsslppi I8 I8ppt
slppl ppt river during duTta < < the next t thirtysix thirtysixhours thirtysixhours thirtysixhours
hours it will be in I n the th e form of snow snowIn 1MM snowIn W WIn
In the north rain in the south and andsnow a anow andsnow
snow now or ram rata in intermediate districts districtsTbe dl8trtctsTbto districtsThe
The temperature will rise rI tonight tOlt t and andThursday andThuredsy ail ailThunMlay
Thursday In the Atlantic States and ad It Kwill Itwilt
1 will fail to the lake region the Ohio OMovalley 011Ioalley Ohiovalley
valley Tennessee T and INl the east c G Golf GWtStatd GolfStates lf lfStates
States StatesFORECAST StatdFORECAST StatesFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT DISTRICTSnow DISTRICTSnow DISTRICTSnow
Snow Snowrising or rain toItt tonight and Thursday Thursdayrising TItanMIayrbl
rising rbl tentnerature tare mtetlmuiii rd elmum wa tempera temperatare telBl teeeperat M Mture
t tare ee tonight about K S legreee a egress Mereaatak MereaatakTJEMFKRATURS lllereubag lllereubagea increasingeaMerhy
ea eaMerhy teri7 wtaMJ8 wniaTEIW wtaMJ8XBlIpRATtn
TEIW TJEMFKRATURS TJEMFKRATURSS RATU1tB RATU1tBS E Ea
S a m 36 36a 15II
II a M X 1C1t 161tf
3 1t a m 17 1
11 1 aL a m 17 1
12 1 JH u 1iTIDE
1 p m 18 1t 1ta
2 p L m K KTIDE
TIDE TABLK TABLKToday TAJJL1IBIh TABL8Tthdav
Today High tide ie SOI a m and 331 331p 33 33p 31 31p
p m iow Lo tMe IS 3K S a m and ad MA m p m mfSaG 18BIIda inTetaotrow
Tetaotrow fSaG BIIda t ides M > 4t ttf aa a m m4t15 and and40i aDdS
40i S p in JIlL Low L tWe 0 1IS I dB a i m and aJMlUtS
1146 P HB HBSun 1
SON TABLE TABLECONDITION TABUIa TALESua
Sun a rises risesSOB rises risesSun
SOB sets tll tllCO t tCONDITION
CONDITION CO DITIOX OF WATER WATERTTATTPER WATERFnPER WATERFAFPER
TTATTPER FERRY TV Va JanBoth Jan 5 5Both 5Eoth
Both rttcrs zit ers clear
May May Be a City Ruler I
CREED M FULTON
DE JANON SEARCH SEARCHLEADSTO SEARCHLEADSTOBALTIMORE
LEADSTO LEADSTOBALTIMORE LEADSTOBALTIMOREReport BALTIMORE BALTIMOREI
I Report That Missing Girl Is IsIn IsIn IsIn
In Hospital There De Denied Denied Denied ¬
nied By DoctorsBALTLMORX Doctors DoctorsBAI DoctorsBALTI
i
BAI BALTI BALTLMORX T > MOItK > ORE Jan 5in 5 J Ml M MB Roberts Robertsseveral RobertaB
B lie Janen J tiM PI Plsiadea pIII 1MI6reste 1MI6restever1 betimes to toseveral
several ver1 milHone who disappeared De December DeSo December ¬
cember 2S So with a man named Ferdinand Ferdi Ferdinand FerdlDaM ¬
nand Cohen is isbeen being aettght Ja BaItI Bainmore BaItIDM
DM more Ie The VUce department here bas h1Jn basbeen
been n asked askt t make a 1 thorough thoroughof t oroUh search searchof earcla earclaOr
of the city for the missing girl girlThte I girlThis kL kLTId
This TId 3 3Indirect morn morning the omca18 received an anindirect A AIndkeet
Indirect tip that a girl answering an wertng some somewhat j jwhat I Iwhat
what the description of the much muebMD 1 1sought I Isought
sought MD ht heiress teIrS1 was at one of 0 the hoepktule hoe ho hopltaJ j jpiteto
piteto here A rigid investigation laY tlgt tton te to tobe tobe I IDe
be made of the story At one hospital hospitalwhere bo hospitalwhere pItal j jhere
where here it was said hi there was w such suchpatient a apatient
I
patient pat nt a denial that Miss JIU IJ de Janon Jaeunwas JanonTbe TADOnwas
was there was e entered tele4l by the doctors doctorsThe
The detectives also received a tip that thatone thatone J Jone I
one of the clerks of the Hotel Kernan i jmight imight
shed some light Ifh t on tbe case ca e a as asbe asbe j jbe
be was well acquainted with Cohea Aa ADinvestigation Aninvestigation j jinvestigation
investigation in that direction however howeverevelopcJ howeverdeveloped j jI
I developed the fact that while the clerkin clerk derkin clerkIn
in question had known mown the man at one onetime onetkRe onetime
time ia Philadelphia be e bad not seen seenbun 5eeI1hila seenhim
bun here hereREACH hereREACH hereREACH
REACH SANTO DOMINGO j jSANTO i iSATO I ISANTO
SANTO DOMINGO Jan iThe 5 The Kay Mayflower MYSlower j
flower having on board Secretary of oCWar ofWar j jWar
War Dickinson General Edwards and andparty aiMll aiMllperty andparty
party has arrived here j
PROSPECTS BRIGHTEN BRIGHTENFOR BRIGHTENFOR BRIGHTENFAR
FOR AVIATION MEET MEETCordand MEETi MEETCortland
i Cortland Bishop Explains Delay in Visiting Sites Offered Offeredby Offeredby Offeredby
by Washington Club ClubPresident President Walsh Denies In Intention Int Intenhon ¬
tention t ntion of o Holding Independent Tournament T oumament oumamentI
I
Prospects for the tbe great international internatieaalaviation intern internationalaviation tlenal tlenalavtatioR
aviation meet in Washington were werei wereJteYer werenever
i never brighter than at the present time timeanaounced tiIfteF timeannounced
anaounced announced Thomas F Walsh WaIs presWent presWentof
of the Washington Areo Club this thtemorning thismorntDg thismorntng
morning morntDgCortland morntngCortland morningCertland
Cortland F Bishop secretary of thenational the thenational theJUltIonaI
national organization has recentlycommunicated recently recentlycommunicated recentlyOOIIUftullicated
communicated with Mr Watoh an announcing anDOUDCIDf aflnoertclag ¬
nouncing > his friendliness frien ltBe 8 toward the theproject thet theproject
project t and Dd apologizing 8Jh loglziag for net having havingvisited havingylslted havingvisited
visited the city to Inspect the the8Ite site selected se selected MJeeted ¬
lected by the club for the meet Mr MrBishop Yr YrBishop MrBishop
Bishop was stormbound Btonnb uDd but Ja t week we4 we f and andwas andwas 1 1then
was then compelled l to rush out t to Los IMBAngeles LosAa LeeAngeles
Angeles Aa In connection with the meet at attbat attt atthat
that city cityBouncement The delay 1ft the formal an anJMHIRCemeat announcement
Bouncement of the t e selection of Wash Washington WMIftIDgtou Waehhagton ¬
ington as the place for the meet has hasalso hasIso hasalso
also Iso been caused bv the fact that en entries entrie entries ¬
tries trie are not closed until March 1 and andit andIt andit
it is necessary to await the completion completionof
of the entries before time and INl place placecan placeeAD placecan
can be definitely determined upon uponTbere upeRThere uponThere
There Is no doubt dou as to the Utee enthu enthuj dlu dluj
j siasm of 0 Mr Bishop ia the Washing Washmgproject WaehmI Washington
ton project said d Mr Walsh this morn morning mornIn morning ¬
I ing In We Ve have his rnttre ntfre tfr jrupT support Up > rt and andfrom Androm andfrom
from rom information I have just received I
J
PRESIDENT NA NAMES NAMESMUNICIPALJUDGES ES
MUNICIPAL MUNICIPALJUDGES MUNICIPALJUDGESAlfred JUDGES JUDGESAlfred
Alfred Coxe Co e At Head of New NewCourt NewCourt
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Court of Customs CustomsAppeals CustomsAppeals CustomsAppeals
Appeals AppealsTbe
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The President p this morning sen snot iw iwof wbe tuthe
the be Selmta nominations matIeINr for the Mathoipal Mathoipalctitiitt XJntIDlJ fli fli0IMIrt
0IMIrt and K for the the presiding Kefiidtagte Judge and andseeochate
seeochate te Judges of 0 Ute Court of Cus Cistows Customs 0 0to ¬
toms to Appeals llte J created under the recent receattarifr recenttariff i itariff
tariff act actThe actThe actThe
The four Justices ju tlce whose wboee terms expired expiredwere expiredwere xptredIe
were Ie reappointed lntecl for municipal judges Juogesof judgesof es esor
of the District They Th < ey are Ouufes Char Me F FBundy FBundy i iBundy
Bundy Thomas H Callan Ldc Luke C CStrtder c1 c1Strider CStrider
Strider and Robert H lL Terrell TerroRThe TerrellTbe I
The presiding Judge Ju ge of the Court Cem t of ofCustoms eCCustoms ofCustoms
Customs Appeals J Alfred C C Coxe oxe ox now nowUnited nowUnited I IGnlted
United States Judge for tile second MOOIMIRon Pee session Peeson ¬
Ron was nominated nominatedThe 1I01 nominatedThe 1nated 1natedThe
The associate Judges appointed were wereWilliam wereWilliam 1 1W
William W ltua H Hunt United States district districtJudge districtfudge l t ct ctj
Judge j e for the district of Montana James JamesSmith Tamest
t I Smith Sadt formerly governor general of ofthe orPhilippine ofthe
the Philippine Islands I lands judge Jud e of the thepume su supreme Fu Fup1rube ¬
preme court < OUrt of the Philippines and ad col collector collector collector ¬
lector of the customs cUJto in the Philippines PhilippinesO
O M Barber of Vermont Vermont and Marina MarlonDe XrieftDe MarinaDe
De Tries Vrk chairman chat tmamt of the board of gen geloral general pneral ¬
eral appraisers appJ1Ll ers of New York YorkSamuel YorkSamuel YorkSamuel
Samuel C Mills IUls who was a municipal mtintcipalJudge municipalJudge mdDldpAljudge
Judge in the th iHstrict Di trict and was not seappotnted pe peappotated Peappotnted
appotnted announced some time ago agothat ao aothat agothat
that he I would not be a candidate candidateHis again againHis ta taHis
His service in this capacity has haslong been beeaoDg beenlong
long oDg and efficient and it is understood understoodhe understood understoodhe
he c cdesired could have been reappoi n > appointed bad H Hdel bedared
desired del red It t Judge MHI > however decid deedded decided tI tIeel ¬
ed that he bad reached that ag age where wherehe wlteceh wherehe
he h was entitled to a rest from official officialcares o officialcares < < IeiBJ IeiBJeareL
cares
do not believe there Is the sMghteat sMghteatchance s IgMeatchance ltteet ltteetchaaee
chance now > > ow of our not capturing C8iKur the thebig theJlH thebig
big meeting JlH etln There will be some delay delayto delayIn delayin
In the formal announcement nIt Uncement because beeu e k itwill kwill kwill
will be necessary DeC to ascertain Just who whocan whocan whocan
can come and decide upon the best time tuneto timeM timeto
to have the meet Most tIo t of the aviators aviatorsof
of the world are in France where bigmeetings big bigmeetings bI bIs
meetings s with large prizes pria are areconstaatly bed betesconstantly bedconstantly
constantly held heldIt bekLIt heldIt
It te 1 our intention to make the prizes prizestbe priseshere Kias Kiashere
here In keeping with Le importance of oft ofthe
the t e meet We will offer most valuable valuabletrophies valuabletrophies hlbl9 hlbl9trophies
trophies We were anxious to have Mri MriBtsbop x xBi MrBishop
Bishop Bi ftop take plenty Bty of time to go ever everour oYerpntje overour
our project pntje t with us and inspect the thej tIHtgrounds thegrounds
j grounds We were therefore very verywent veryJ1ad veryglad
glad be did not vy a hasty vist visit but IMItWeBt butwent
went to California first He will re return return return ¬
turn here h < < e after the Los Angeles An meet meeting DteetID meetlug ¬
lug ID and Dd will then take up our project projectMr projectVr projectMr
Mr Walsh was asked a ked if there wax any anychance anychance Ul UldtRce
chance of an indcnpendent meeting meetI be beheld belac beheld ¬
lac held eIc1 here in the spring for loc locitors local JoealaVIators localaviators
aVIators itors He said no such thing thln w wever was wasIver wasever
ever contemplated nor had the idea ideaever Ideaeger ideaever
ever been suggested because the mem members meMben messborn ¬
ben of the club and those others In Interested InterestMl Interested ¬
terested in the international gathering
have h e never n ver for a moment doubted thatWashington that thatWashington thatashington
Washington would capture the Big Bigi bigmeet Bigm
i meet m t tII
II IIr
r
CREED M FULTON FULTONBEING FULTONBEING
BEING CONSIDERED CONSIDEREDAS
AS come comeI comeLawyer I
Lawyer Is Now > Favored FavoredFor FavoredFor
For Position on City CityBoard CityBoard CityBoard I
Board i iE iE iE
E H THOMAS OUT OUTOF j jOP II
OP OPTfE THE CONTEST CONTESTCorporation CONTESTl
I CONTESTi CONTESTiCorporation
l Corporation Counsel Is Now No NoLonger I
I 3 Longer Loog r Likely to Get theAppointment the theAppointment theAppointment
Appointment By President PresidentE
i
E H Thomas has been eea olimfaated olimfaatedOB
OB a pedhi possibility > > II 1Itty ity for the District Com ComThe Comm1M CormmkedonersIdp
mkedonersIdp mkedonersIdpThe m1M m1MThe
The race nile at present JlCe eIK wit with C Cao ao II IIRudolph llRudot IIpudoiph
Rudolph Rudot k seined musty naily for one 1M of theacaacks the thevacancies thtacaDdM
vacancies on the board Is in such a astate atate astate
state tate that either Creed er M Fulton hit or orGen OtGea ores
Gen es John r A A Johnston U GoO S A re retire retlrel retire ¬
tire tlrel I wilt be named f rr c the second secondvacancy zeooadvacLDCY secondvacancy
vacancy vacancyThe vacLDCYTIM vacancyThe
The end of Xr Thomas TIIDM s IB ascribed s a c ihd ed to toPresident totbe tothe
the fa foot < < that persons have beeR to the theP thePresident
President P with ssnimn that be e should shouldR0 shouldnot OW OWIIOt
R0 not lie sWViM6 sWViM6Hasy aJlJtd aJlJtdl apps4tte41Many
Many l By Objections ObjectionsTo 0Dec D5 D5I
I To sellers el lM1I today te t whom Mr Taft Tafti Taftsaid
i I said be wmdd ws fcl name either Johnstonj Johnston
j or Fulton the Prwrtdent Pr laughingly Jug IRgly re remarked remark remarked
marked mark that M snon as it was W known knownthat kDowntht knownthat
that a man bad been I eeI tentatively teatatlY8l select setectvarious selectad lect lecteel
eel for the ClII1hnenldp persons HW M In Invanos invarious
various gKiteds nertedc rtedlt began M criticise Mm Mmand himand dmamI
and declare biro un unfit t for one reason or oranother oranoUMr oranother
another to fll UN ItP > post nostIt postIt ot otIt
It eeoms probable p that tb Mr Fulton Fultoni Futtonwill
i will be the meal nai choice of Mr r Taft as asIt asIt 8 8It
It te contended CODt by lawyers familiar with withthe wtththe withthe
the District DI I1ct law that two civilians civiliansman etIII civiliansmust As Asmua
must be aproemted ntEd t1r serve with a third thirdman I ImaD
man who shall be beignated an army ofneer dM dest I Ite
t ignated te serve 01 01mtsstooers the 1iI Bosri < 1 of Cora Coramiseioeers
mtsstooers Major Majorignated Kajarhldllela Jtidaoa Is thus des designated M MGeIIerIJaJ
ignated General GeIIerIJaJ Jo 1olmatoa cannot In any By
way be qaslgnslui t as a civilian eIvt1 accord according acec accordlug M Mlag
lag to the Mstieean bvMqr ns who knee e eUte examined exacsinedinto examinedinto
into Ute matter n Thus > as Ida IneltgiWHtr IneltgiWHtrI JeeIt JeeItJ JeeItI Ieopgllblgtyseems
seems aesst J
I Is Weft We t Kaewn KaewnMr XiMWXr newn newnMr
Mr Fntoon te a WasMcgton Wa ldcgWe JawysV JawysVwhose inwyekwhose a aWbo
whose Wbo e ability a an a practicing attorney Is tewell IsWell iswell
well known and for this reason be bemeets lieJDHQ bemeets
meets with the Presidents approbation approbationin
in h that Mr Ir Taft wants want a j jon good 1 1OR lawyer lawyeroft
on the Board of Commissioners CNII 1I1 rltteCS Mr MrFuHons MsYukons Mrhlts
FuHons recommendations nCUldtJWlltdatlofer for the pose posehave posthoots 08t 08thAft
have been moos than usually 1IMI1Iyd numerous numerousand numerousand
and d have come from practically all the tbelattan thevanou thevarious
various ehmeata or the Dl Districts trlct popu popuIt populatios
lattan lattanIt latiosIt
It te the Presidents desire lre te tethe settle settlethe
the matter of the District Commission OommteolonenUps 0 ha haIOOR
enUps as soon as possible e but when whenit when1 when1te
lit it te settled be wants 118 it settl settgi ett1 l correot correotIt correotIT
IT It te for this reason tbat he has haschanged M McbIr1Iced haschanged
changed his ha mind several times te re reHe nr nrp rsstood
stood p nI to W WHe its selections selectionsbowetha
He Hetion pGIIIdve tocIy y m his declare declratIoR declaretics
tics however how bowetha that he Will wfllserve name to to3Iene toaere
serve with wM Major Judson Ju eo and AtI Cone C H HRudolph IIRudolph HRudolph
Rudolph either General aaI Johnston or orMr orlir orMr
Mr Pukes FuMonSCHOONER Fak PukesSCHOONER a aSCHOONER
SCHOONER OAKWOOD OAKWOODIN
IN GRAVE DANGER DANGERAground DANGERA DANGERAground
Aground A round In Dutch Island Harbor HarborAnd HarborAnd
And May Pound to toPieces toPieces toPieces
Pieces PiecesJOEWPORT PiecesWPORT
NEWPORT WPORT R I Jan LFaVJraNe fc LFaVJraNewt Favorable Favorableweather
weather wt er only can save from fromwreck a total totalWtIdC totalwreck
wreck the twomasted schooner sclt oner Oak Oakwood OakWOOd
wood of Karragaitsett N ett Pier wMoa Is tegrounded Isoun6ed Isgrounded
grounded oun6ed on the beach in Dutok Island Islandharbor I Islandharbor aIId aIIdhrber
harborRheat harbor harborWhat hrbervheR
What the vessel came to an aaobor anoborage aaoborage aaoborage
age the wind came out to the north It Itblew Itblew Itblew
blew a gale the vessels vees ls anchors failed failedto failedi j jto
i to hold and DCl she be dragged until she shebrought e ebrought j
brought up on tbe beach beachThe bechThe beachThe
The Oakwood lies dose off of a rooky rookypoint rookypoint rookypoint
point that makes out from the Cottrell CottzIfrW
farm farm and ad should a gale spring ng up she shewin sfeewill lIe lIeWIll
will drive further on shore and at pound poundto POUDdto nd ndto
to pieces piecesCOURT pheesCOURT piecesCOURT
COURT POSTPONES POSTPONESWORLD POSTPONESWORLD POSTPONESWORLD
WORLD LIBEL CASE CASEAbsence CASEAbsence CASEAbsence
Absence of Press Publishing Com Companys CamI Cornparrys ¬
I panys Attorney Ati y Causes De Deferment Defennent Deferment ¬
ferment of Trial TrialNKW TriaLNEW TrialNEW
NEW YORK Jan 5 511tex L When the case caseagainst CaEeagaJn8t caseagainst
against the Press Building Company Companypublishers CempDputtlshers Companypublishers
publishers of the New ew York World in indicted IDdJctM indicted ¬
dicted for criminal libel as the result of oftbe oCthe ofthe
the publication during the last la t nationscampaign national nationalcampaign D8UonaloalDpig
campaign of t charges erge of 0 alleged graft In laconnection InoonDeC Inconnection
connection oonDeC Oft with the Panama canal canalproject CJta1project canalproject
project was called ia I the United States Statescircuit Statestirott
circuit cult court for trial today t tJay it was put putover putover putover
over until January 3 JI l by request of 0 Die District DIetrict ¬
trict Attorney Wise WiseHe WiseHe WiseHe
He stated that De Lancey Nicoi attorney at attorney atto ¬
torney to for the company te engaged m mthe lit litthe inthe
the trial of the Tobacco trust tru t eases e8e be before before before ¬
fore the Supreme Court in Washington Washiugtenand Yashi 1ten 1tenlid
and lid could not n < < be present presentOATH pre8entOATH presentOATH
OATH OF OFFICE OFFICETAKEN OFFICETAKEN
I TAKEN BY GORDON GORDONCoL
CoL James Gordon the pictures picturesexConfederate Picturesque PicturesqueexCOIItedelate picturesqueaxConfederate
exConfederate soldier ierlqtpOnted appointed Senator Sena Senator Souator ¬
tor from Mississippi to succeed the late lateAncolm lateAtsehn ate ateAD88IM
Ancolm J T McLaurin took the oath to today toda today ¬
day da He was wa escorted e corted to the desk by bySenator bySenator bySenator
Senator MoneyMany Money MoneyMany MoneyMan
Many Man of the older Republican states statesmen 8tatesmen statesmen ¬
men smiled oncl 3Jtd even laughed as he hesubscribed hesub8erlbed hesubscribed
subscribed to the ironclad promise to tomaintain tomaintain tomaintain
maintain the th Constitution against all allenemies alltnemies altenemies
enemies foreign fore and domestic domesticSenator domesticSfnator domesticSenator
Senator Gordon was given a seat in inthe inthf inthe
the rear of thp Democratic side just justback justback Justiack
back of Senator La Follette
i I
I Ballingers Defender Def nder II
SENATOR WESLEY L JONES JONESWho JONESWho JONESWho
Who Introduced in the Senate Today To ay Bill Ordering Investigation of Interior InteriorDepartment InteriorDepartment InteriorDepartment
Department
HUGHES MESSAGE MESSAGEGAU MESSAGECAUSESSURPR
pmorq uftuoLo GAU CAUSESSURPR CAUSESSURPRGovernor ES OIIDDDI OIIDDDIuftuoLo oUnrn oUnrnGovernor URPR URPRfl
fl flGovernor
Governor Advocates Radical RadicalChanges Radi RadialChanges al alChanges
Changes Which Cause CauseConsternation CauseConsternation CauseConsternation
Consternation ConsternationAI ConsternationALBANY
ALBANY AI ALBAfY BAXT N Y Jan JanZ LGcw caries cariesz 011 011E
Z Hughes believes MtIeY Ui Uinot UN people should shouldnet 8IIouWt
not t elect minor State SbLt > e officiate but if he hehad hebad e e1
had his 1 way he would model the Stats Statsgovern Satei Stategovernment
i govern governtional government along the lines of tile sa satlonai 11 11u
tional u aI electing a governor and Ifevtoa IfevtoaI 1hetMouaat
I I ant at governor goS JMK and allowing allowing the e governor governorto M DOl DOlto
to appoint a cabinet which would nil nilTbte anthe Alithe
the p places ces DOW held by eIectI eIectITIrt8 elective CAcere CAcereThis
This te the ideal system he JteaM tes tesand tnetetcand
and if adopted would permit Ute people peopleto peopleI
I to hold the governor gGTe r responsible r8 tM for the thebusiness tIHadmlBI8trUon thebusiness
business administration of the UteThis Stats 8taeThte StatsThis
This recommendation Is but one of a anumber aa anumber
number a of sensational Uona1 suggestion Gov Govaor Goveraer Govetnt
eraer aor Hughes makes in bte btege his ahmuaLmeo ahmuaLmeoge aD JItM JItMrp
rp ge to the Legislature which was re read refMIPtd readpad d dR
pad R d caused much Deh consternation don ia ladIe ladIetwo leeewe be betwo
two houses today todayTbe tCMlqThe todayThe
The break between betw eR Hughes H aM nd the theRenvMicaA tJteRepuWlcA theRepubticau
RenvMicaA machine JlNtC1d te made more moreprominent JROr6pMlnent moreproathtemt
prominent by Ms MI Suggestions gOetiRS and andthte aJMIthis andthis
this following followlngtM the election of J P PAlms PAlI PAltos
Alms AlI 6 a rabid antiHughes antiHughespresident anUH1Ig M mR as aspresident aspresident
president pro tent of the senate to sue 5QCceed succeed j jseed
ceed the late Senator John Ratites indi indithe IDdIeates lmdisates
sates Governor Hughes Intends to light lightthe gilt gilttbe
the organization f tV1l fully y as bitterly lIhte y as to topast IIIpaat Inpest
past years
Causes Surprise SHrpriseOne SarpIise SarpIiseOne Surpriseone
One feature of Governor eyenMK Hughes mes mesaga JDefiage moeage
age that CAme as a complete surprise surprisebows MKKtMJwws surprisebows
bows to what extent certain rich men menand JDeRI menand
and women are willing to go to protect proteotContinued pnKeotContiDued protectContinued
I Continued on Third Page
NEW NE YORK SUFFERS SUFFERSSnow
a STORM
7
1
Fior Is iceBound h hSnow and
Snow Interrupts TrafficExcept Traffic TrafficExcept
Except in Few Streets StreetsNEW StreetsNEW
NEW TOEK TOE K Jaa S i2Iew New York bar harbor barber
bor Is Icebound and 1 navigation is pro prooaeding prowith prooeedtug
oaeding with difficulty the streets are areblocked ar arblocked artblocked
blocked with Wtt snow that fell Christmas Christmast Chrltmasit
it nt ht t and which has been beenfares removed i jonly iOI
OI only Iy from the > most important t thorough thoroughfares orough oroughtaree
fares a howling northerly wind is drivtag driv driving ¬
tag Io another snowstorm down on the thecity thedtj thecity
city and with the temperature eleven elevendegrees eleende elevendegrees
degrees de < < reea above zero tbe poor are facing faeiDgcond1tiohs facingconditiobe j jconditiohs
conditiohs that are sure to 0 leave suffer sufCeimc sutI sutIJnc sufferlug
mc lug and death de th in their wake iwith
with Ith It all however there is i an abBence ab absence
sence of the tb utter misery isery of former formoryears fo formeryears r rYenI
years This is due entirely to the re recent reeeIIt recent ¬
cent prosperity whk which h has reduced the tbeemployed thenumber
DUll number et or the UD unemployed employed pIoyed to minimum minimumog minimumthere minimumIlgures
Ilgures there being og plenty of work ia knthe iatbe
tile city for all who will work workWarnings woricWarnings workWarnings
Warnings Sent Out OatAll OutAll
All of the railroad and surface trans transportation trnsporttlo ttansportatlou ¬
portation companies have been be en warned warnedto
I
to prepare for heavy snow TIM fore forecast foreca forecast ¬
cast ca t says it will be warmer tonight and andtomorrow andtOlfto8TOW andtomorrow
tomorrow with plenty ple ty of snow two twodistinct twodbJUnct twodistinct
distinct blizzards being en route to the thecity thecity
cityIncoming city cityIncomlnJ
I Incoming ocean liners report e or1 wintry wintrygales wintryJes wintrygales
gales Jes of 0 great violence and Del constant constantbittoB cGD constantmowstorms tant tantfgr
mowstorms for the last few daS and andmaRY andmany
maRY or the sailors are teTer severely 1y frost frostWttoR frostbitten
bitten bittoBAt WttoRAt bittenAt
At 1 oclock this Is moraine it was five fivedegree fi fivedegrees e ed
degree d e above zero ero at 19 1 > twelve above aboveSnow aboveand bove boveaINl
and the mercury Is now slowly wly rl rising risingSnow ing ingSnow
Snow Expected Here Heregan HereThe HereThe
The drizzling rain and sleet that be began be began
gan falling about noon may turn to tosnow toRtOW tosnow
snow tonight according to the weather weatherThe weatherJIIKJL weatherass
assTae ass JIIKJLThe
The snow depends de ends entirely u utemperature upon a aslkht alot
slkht lot CftaD change ia temperature tem however howeverit howee1ana howeverand
ana It it remains remal warm the rain may maycontinue maycontiftue maycontinue
continue continueIt
It Is not possible to estimate e dmate the tbeamount theameunt theamount
amount of rain or snow fall at this thistime tbIstime thistime
time he said but it is likely to continue continueContinued OOBUnueContinued continueContinued
Continued on Third Page
NUMBER OF DIRECTORS DIRECTORSWORRYING DRECTORSWQRRYING DIRECTORSWORRYING
WORRYING CHAMBER CHAMBERBody
Body Trying to Decide Whether H HS G C C Stiles and andJoseph andJoseph andJoseph
Joseph I Saks Are to Continue on the Board Boardfor Boardfor Boardfor
for Amother Year
The legal sohme among the directorate directorateof
of the Chamber of Commerce c Co > tmnerce oe were werescheduled wereschM werescheduled
scheduled schM this afternoon to fight t out outmud a amuch a amuck
muck mooted question q eedoR to decide e whether whetherten whetherten
1 ten or ortweh twelve directors would be chosea choseafor cbO cheseaI ea eaI
I for the Chamber at Tuesdays T s election electionThis el electionThis < < Uon UonI
I This conclusion was to determine determinewhether determineI etermlnewhether
I I whether 1 the terms of H C C StIles StHesand StIlesJ Stilesi
J and Joseph Totte t I Saks will 111 expire Tuesday Tuesdayor iue da daor
or run another IUt ther year yearThe yearI yearThe
I c The Chamber has fallen f l6B into the greatret great greatrst greatcon
ret constitutional con tlttioBal entanglement en Bt of its itshistory ItsI itshistory
history all because beC8u e H recently receRtl amended amendedits
I its constitution consUtuti a Under Its termer organk or ordirectors 01sanle
sanle body it was required to drop the thedlrec thedirectors
directors dlrec ton who were elected to jilt va vacancies V8candee vacancles ¬
cancies at attbe the end of the yeax ye r Under Underits UncleIIts UnderIts
its present constitution the directors directorswho directorswho directorswho
who are chosen c o8en to flit vacancies are required re required required ¬
quired to serve > the full term termII tennI termH
II HC C C Stiles and Joseph J I L Saks Sakswere Sakswere
I were chosen to fill vacancies which had hadtwo hadtwe hadtar
1 two > years to run ID The first year closes closesiwith c1oefSwith closeswith
with Tuesdays election The question QuftlUonI
< I
Is Are Mr Stiles and ad Mr Saks sensing sensingunder noing noingvader
under the old constitution which was wasor wasIn wasin
In elt effect t at the time they were elected electedor
or are they bound boundby by the new constitution constitu constitution constltutkm ¬
tionIn tion tionla
la case of o the th former their successors successorswfll 5UCCesOI3wUl succesaor9Will
Will have ve to be named at the coming comingelection cemlngelection comingelection
election if the latter they will have haveanother haeanother haveanother
another year to serve serveThe serveThe serveThe
The directors of the chamber are areabout areabout areabout
about as much divided in their t ell opinions opinionsas
as to which constitution con tituUoll Mr Ir Stiles StUesaDd StUesaDdIr and andMr andMr
Mr Ir Saks Saksr iro rc rcc rcserving serving n under undunder as 8 it would wouldbe wooklbe wouldbe
be possible to c imagine imagineShould ImagineShould t tShould
Should it be decided their terms right rightfully rlshtfully rightfully ¬
fully expire at this time twelve new newdirectors newcHreetors newdirectors
directors will have to be elected This Thiswill Thiswill Tidewilt
will produce confusion for the reason reasonvised ro reasonthat on onthat
that seine met method od wilt have tG be de doYiaed
vised t determine which two of the thathe thetOleive thetwelve
twelve d ectolS els4eted will serve only Oftlythe onlythe
the one year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The first skirmish in Tuesdays h battle battlewill hattlewill ttle ttlethe
will bE In evidence > at th the meeting or orthe ofthe
the directors at 4 n vcJork elock this afternoon afternoonand afternoonand afternoonand
and a warm session is Tooted for
BALLINGERPIKCHOT BALLINGERPIKCHOTINQUIRY BALLINGERPINCHOTINQUIRY
liQIIIRY INQUIRY STARTED SIMEDffers STARTEDBY STARTEDr
BY SENATOR JDNS JDNSOffers JQN JQNOffers r
Offers ffers Joint JointBY Resolution Or Ordering Ordering Ordering ¬
dering Investigation ofInterior of ofInterior ofInterior
Interior Department DepartmentWASHINGTON DepartmentWASHINGTON DepartmentWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON SOLON SOLONDEFENDS SOLONDEFENDS SOLONDEFENDS
DEFENDS OFFICIAL OFFICIALSecretary OFFI OFFICIALSecretary IAL IALSecretary
Secretary Declared to Be Hoaest HoaestMan Ho HoiestMan est est1tan
Man Anxious to Clear Him Himself Himself Himself ¬
self Before Nation NationEXPECTED NatiGnEXPECTED NationEXPECTED
EXPECTED TO JUDGE JUDGEBALLINGERS JUDGEBALLINGERS JUDGEBALLINGER
BALLINGERS BALLINGERS S ACTIONSSENATE ACTIONS ACTIONSSENATE ACTIONSSENATE
SENATE SENATENelson HOUSE HOUSEDalzell HOUSENeJsOJI HOUSENelson
Nelson NelsonHoot Dalzell DalzellMcCall DalzellRoot DetachlRoot
Root HootSutherland McCall McCallMartin McCallSutherland IcaansuCJerIaBd
Sutherland SutherlandFlint Stevens SteveRFUnt StevensFlint
Flint FlintPaynter Martin MartinSherley IartJa IartJaPauter fartaPaynter
Paynter Sherley SherleyBy berleyHughes herleT herleTHu
Hu Hughes he Reward HewartLBy RewardBy
By JOHN SNURE SKUSEThe SNUREThe SNUREThe
The longexpected joint resolu resolution resolution resolution ¬
tion for an investigation investi tion by a jointcommittee joint jointcommittee jointcommittee
committee of Congress Con ess into the In Interior Interior Interior ¬
terior Department and its several severalbureaus 5eVetlibureaus severalbureaus
bureaus including indudin the Reclamation RecbmatieaService RecfeinttkmService ReclamationService
Service and into the Forest Service Servicewas Servi Serviwas Servicewas
was introduced ki both houses the thiafternoon th thafternoon theafternoon
afternoon afternoonSenator afternoonSenator afternoonSenator
Senator Jones of Wasluin Washington W ton in introduced introduced introduced ¬
troduced the resolution in the Sen Senate Senate Senate ¬
ate and requested that ft be re referred referred referred
ferred to the Committee on PuHic PuHicLands Pnr1i Pnr1iLands PtthliLands
Lands but Senator Lodge objected objectedand objed c1 c1and J Jand
and the resolution resoluti n was left to lie on onthe i1 nthe i1the
the table In the House Representa Representstive Representafive Representative
tive Humphrey H a mtreT ey of Washington V2 pre preseated pr prseated prseated
seated ike toBEGINS te teBEGnfS sesoWioKr sesoWioKrBECTEfS
BEGINS INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIONThis
This marks the b hegtnntag i jCongress iCongress iCongress
Congress of ofaD an invefticatJon inv tisatJoa into intothe intoth jawthe
the th BeJllngerPiadiot eo CotrONrb CotrONrband tr overs oversand
and its ItsamilictioBs ramifications It is ex expected e epected espetted ¬
pected to prove one of the DOs raosnoteworthy DOsnotewortlJy nosnoteworthy
noteworthy of 0 inquiries la the Lis Listory is istory istory
tory of o the country For 01 01thin 01thing Oht Ohtthing
thin thing the pwbilc Interest la it is isgreat i igre isgreat
great gre t Moreover large potitica potiticaimportance politicaImportance tOIitj3lmportance
importance attaches to the iavesti iavestigatlon iarestigation iavetstigation
gation President Taft bus given givenSecretary l giverSecretary Ver VerSecretary
Secretary of the Interior iDt ior B Bolting Boltingthe IHnge IHngethe Jtog Jtogthe
the strongest kind of pttWfc san santion saction r rtlon
tion Should Sbotd the t e findings ftDdia of th thCongressional thCongressioDl the theCongressional
Congressional committee not be besach besuch besuch
such as to dear cle r the t e head e8 of the tbeInterior thtInterior theInterior
Interior Department fully of the theaccusations theaccusatlors theaccnsati9is
accusations accusatlors against him it fe roe recognized re reognized roeognined < ¬
ognized everywhere that the t e Ad Administration Administration ¬
I ministration will be Injured hy it itBears itI itBears
I Bears on Conservation CeaservatiesMoreover CG ConservationMoreover ervaticm ervaticmI
Moreover the Inv
investigation to of m merant menmt insmut
smut In its bearings be rlags on the goes queotlm queotlmconservation ius or orCODServtJoD o oconservation
I conservation and the carrying carryingpractical tat iatpractical tatpracUc1
practical operation of conservation e4NtSerYtfeaclplee wte padacipiee wtectptoe
ctptoe ctptoeSenator clpleeSeoator cipieeSenator
Senator Knute Xetee of oCchairman Minnesotat Minnesotatchairman Minnesota Minnesotathe
chairman oC the Sea Senate t Public LAn LAnCommittee Lands LandsCommittee
Committee will head ea4 the eoJIUIIItt committee 01 01the on onthe
the part of the Senate etaate and lid will b bChairman bE bEchalImfUt hechalranaa
Chairman of 0 tAe joint jot t committee eomttt ee < Sen Senator Stnater Senater ¬
ater Xefeon X bas he made de it clear that if h hheads bheads a aheads
heads tile committee there will be a athorough athereeSh athorough
thorough investigation investigationAimed fa investigationAimed Uoa UoaAimed
Aimed at the t e Pretest PretestIn
In presenting his resolution re ohatten asking f fan fan fan
an investigation Jnve tlgatlon of the BaMogerPin BaMogerPincbot BaUhI BalitaserPinchat erPin erPinchot
chat controversy Representative Represea Hum Humphrey Humphrey Humy ¬
phrey or Washington said that it had haibecome hadbecome ha i ibecome
become a a matter tter o of common kn knowiedg knowiedgthroughout 1mewledgthroughout wledg wledgthroughout
throughout the country that tbe at attacks attacks attacks ¬
tacks upon Ballinger were really at attacks aJtacks a atacks ¬
tacks upon the President PresidentMatters Presidenti
i I Matters have reached an D ictofctrab labeierabstage Jm ictofctrabstage lenLb lenLbstaSe
stage be said If either of these thestoittcials thHofIlcla1s theseotrlci
otrlci oittcials Is hs J guilty 1IIlty of the offense 0 < < charge chargeagainst cll cbergeragainst rf rfasalnst >
against them them be should be remove JtIIIOVErom removed removedfrom i ifrom
from rom the public pubileservlee pubileservleeA service servicesides serviceA
A large crowd or members from hot hotsides hotsides
sides of the political HItUcal f fence nc gathered gatheredabout gat gathereabovt ere ereab
about ab dt Humphrey during his speech an anthe anothe artthe
the resolution which whlc was read hnmed hnmedately lMmfdiately immediately
ately was listened to with great eat atten attention attenThe attention
tion tionThe
The resolution re oIuUoR which was introduc introductoday JatnHlutoday Iwtreduetoday
today is sweeping eeptng in its terms tft It pro provides pl plIdes prosides
vides Ides for a a committee of atx Ix from V tlSenate Vi th thSe
i Senate Se te and six from the House llOu e to I1 I1appointed tv tvappointed btappointed
appointed by the Vice President Pre ijeat anil anilthe a1tAe an l lthe
the Speaker respectively It confer conferample eonfframple conferample
ample power on the committee to obtai obtaiinformation Obt3iInformatJoa obtaiinformation
information from witnesses VOItt and to se Qecure secure tt ttGure ¬
cure records and papers More > > e than thanthis thanthis thanthis
this it provides that any lJy person I er8Oa refus refusing refu refulag refufag ¬
lag to answer the questions of 0 the t e corn commlttee cornmlttee cornmittee
mlttee shall be deemed guilty of contempt con contempt < n ¬
I tempt and jurisdiction is conferred conferredthe n nthe nthe
the Court of Appeals of 0 the District I > Istrl < t of ofColumbia f fColumbia rColumbia
Columbia to try and determine any su sucharges sue puccbargS suecharges < >
charges of contempt contemptThe contemptText contemptTeat
Text of Ree Reoatiea ReoatieaThe eu euThe
The text of the resolution lutloa follows followsResolved twsResolved followsResolved
Resolved by the Senate ana and House H a e of ofRepresentatives ofRe1Ie OT OTI
I Re1Ie Representatives eRttlves of the t 8 United States o oAmerica 0In oAmerica
America in Congress C aagainblcd aase bkd I I That a aspecial aspeela1 aspecial
special committee eo unlttee of twelve members Dens h happointed b8t i iappo
appo appointed 8t nterl six of whom shall BaU be desicmated desic desicnated desi desinated
nated by li T the President Pre kk of the Senat Senatfrom Senatfrom Senatfrom
from the members mem of that body and fix fixef 1i ii iiof x xe
ef e whom shall be designated ed by bTth bTthSpeeker th thSpeaker thSpeaker
Speaker of the House of Representatives Representativeswhie RetNeDttl RetNeDttlfrem Repraeentatlvefrom
from ue members of t that t body whit whiereeled whkceuRlttee whitcommittee
committee 18 berebyell hereby empowered wend aDd ii iire iireeled
> re reeled to make a therojgh tnoro tbec00i C and cc m mptete mpiete
ptete Investigation of the admioistra admioistraI a4m administraLion Di8tra Di8tratIon
I I tion and conduct of the Interior It erior rtor Depart Departnent DeparIafnt DepartrnenL
nent Its several veral bureaus officers ar ari a ai aj
i employee > touching or relating Iatin to tot 1 1rEClamaUon treclamation
t reclamation conservation COII rvation managem managemor manacfIDfor
or disposal of the p pi public tc lands lan < 3J
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