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Fair Cloudy and Warmer Tomorrow Tonight TonightCloudy in m imr I I JLriu AST 1 LsUl FnmnN L LJr LJrTUESDAY
Blow low Which Will Make MakePanic MakePanic
Panic of 1907 1907Tame Seem SeemTame SeemTame
Tame Predicted PredictedDECISION PredictedDECISION PredictedDECISION
Appeals Made to Administration Administrationfor
for Ll Leniency iency Are Un Unanswered Unnswered Unanswered
answered answeredBy nsweredBy
By JAMES J AXES HAY JtFrom Jr JrFrom JrFrom
From Wall Street there have 8 eomowithin eMewithin costs costswithin
within the last few days pleas for Help Helpwhich lfetpwhlth list listahleh
which the Administration AcImlnJ tratJon so far tars has tan net netbeen JMtbfEn netbeen
been able to anea answer answerThe anewerThe er erThe
The heads of the big bi < < corporations of ofth ofthA ofthA
th thA country have written to the Attor Attorney A1tornP Attorr ¬
ney r nP ey General nera1 and to the President t hlm hlmE hlMst
E st < > Jf f pointing oui ou that if the United UnitedStates Untleditatp8 UnitedCrates
States Supreme Court upholds the Gov Governments Govrnmtont Governments ¬
ernments rnmtont contention m ia the Tobacco Tobaccotrust To Totrust Tobaccotrust
trust and Standard OH cases there will willrr willf
l rr f no way for the big bI holding ho com comranlf1 comranlPS
7 ranlf1 an2 and the corporations known as asmonopolies asmnr0J11es asvnnnpoiles
monopolies to hang together er and do dotuslness eIolu dowlri
tuslness tuslnessIn lu wlri < ln lnIn ss ssIn
In other words onle the big business men of ofthe ott ofte
t the country a entry see in the expected Mel Melnni declFnn9 j jfn
fn nni of r the Court a bloW at the in invftsrod InS inr
vftsrod r S red d capital of the country which will willrake willr
1 r rake rke k the panic of 107 tame m In com COlOr comIarsnn
I Iarsnn arson with what will follow in the therrxt thelCxt therctt
rrxt few htuntbs htuntbsThe JntnthaThp hlcnthsThe
The President and his advisers are arerbsniutely areriGnlutely i iI
rbsniutely I < r > 1ulely confident that the court in int Int
t r two cases mentioned will point the dieay thefor i ixv
xv ay for the prosecution of holding holdingc I ImpanJes
c rnpanies combinations in restraint re raiftt of oftil oCtd oft
til t LQ and all monopolies The Fres Freslclrnt Pr Prj Prealdrnt
lclrnt j rnt and his Administration A are pledged pledgedto pt ptt
to t 1 go after att r the corporations corporra o against againstwl a D8t
s wl 2 nm < > m there to ground for preceding precedingApparently proced1DlpJarf procedingpparently < <
Apparently lpJarf > ntlJ there is no way to avoid avoidt avoidLr avoidtr
t Lr p wholesale prosecution which wlU w1Ul wlUIc wiDIe
Ic l c made not only w7 possible po a1b1e but almost almostianlatory aJm almostr et etl
l r ianlatory an latory by the decisions oC the theourt 1MuUft theu
ourt u irt
Peasimistk View Taken TakenConsequently T TakenrnsegneoUy u un
Consequently n equeaU the situation is this thisTVir th thTh thisThe
Th The great corporations of the country countryan atuatryarc
an gT fare to face with the practical cerj cerjtuinty cer cerCInt certinty
tuinty CInt that under the taw they 7 wjl wjlto wjJlt
a 1 e to t change their method of ofL being dohurviness beingil
il viness L r7ess f but will be offered by the law lawr
1 r > substitute lIb titute for their present mod ot otf otpraline
c f rating From this It can bo beeea seen that thatI tMt1sm
I 1sm L sin iness a conditions may y easily 1 bioomi bioomit b bantic
t antic aoticN
N t only on are aretbe the heads of corporations corporationsi ecwpcwaU ecwpcwaUrmfd eorporUoosrrM
i irmeA ever the outlook but the t most mostj mostIrnminE
j IrnminE rimineot statesmen in Washington Washingtontake Vuhingtonta
take ta ke the same me pessimistic jml8tk view of f the theFituatton thefituatton theFituation
Fituatton So far the Administration Administrationhas
has not found the man who can tell the thecorporations tlteIrpor thecnrpor
Irpor < corporations which will be hit by the thecxpectea 11Mox theexpect
cxpectea expect ox ted decisions how to hold to together toI together ¬
gether I ther and std continue their business with within wlth2n within ¬
in the requirements of the he Sherman anUtrlst anti antitrust antitr18t ¬
trust a act t Members of the Cab Cit nt pt t hold
that nor n nett < even the Presidents Pr ldent Federal Federalincorporation Fedfrali1 Federalinrnrpo
inrnrpo incorporation i1 lion act would save ave the situa aituation situation ¬ i ition
tion and d even if It could there is no nopossibility noro nopusFlb
pusFlb possibility ro llb It Ity of its till beta hfolnk enacted In this thisEeszion i
Eeszion Honor of Congress CongressrromiliwMU CongressIrnntjlnen L LrromllUn
rromiliwMU Senators and some of the theI
1 11 rr r oldmns Idf tll most trusted advisers are arelrv aNIn areIn
In im line < l to believe beltf > ve that the only way to toEO toJol tosoli
Jol EO e he problem is to amend the thet th th81rm theSl
t 81rm Sl rmn rm n antitrust act Against this tnjsJxOKi thisIna
JxOKi Ina 0 1 + r the th President Prt 1lkl nt has on several severaJc ev evI
c ai SLUM s I declared d lared himself and it t is a ar awhtther aeu
r eu tn i whether his hi support for such a afi aJI axTu
fi xTu > x < s lion could be gained at this time timeSir timeJ
Sir J hi t r i taken tak < n the view similar trhn lar to Mr MrKr JIllC r r3c
Kr C > 3e < Weira > f Nts It that if the business bt 8Ine s of the thej thentl
< j nt ntiy ntl Y is betnjltranaafted being transacted contrary to
IJT 1 v ffi t lP e < bnsinem system must b br read readju readJ readftslc
ju J ftslc tod I l I to meet the demands of the law
Ir I isf i doubtful however whether even evenContinued eyenont evenontnued
Continued ont nUed on Eleventh F enth Page PageWEATHER Pa Paget < < t tVEA
TJje TI a 1VestP Yesten estpin n storm has moved from fromthf fromth fromthe
the th i middle plateau region ron to the eastern easternelojw easternsloe ern
sloe 610 e ot the Rocky mountains and it ithas ith
has 11 increased decidedly idedly in Intensity It Itis ItlS Its
is s ausing showers and nd thun thunderstorms thunderstormsovfr rstormJ rstormJiV
ovfr V r the th plains State tate and the upper upperl upperlee
l iV ke region r n and it ha has caused rains rainsaiill raJoaAI rainsanti
anti AI I snows in the Rocky mountain and andplateau andI andPI
PI plateau I tMU regions regionsutherly i iutherlr
Southerly utherlr sales ta are reported from the theBtfuthern theuthern I Iuthern
Btfuthern uthern and middle plains SUX States e and I
h hteh 1 gh northerly winds are blowing over overtie overtip
tie 1 pRock Rocky mountain and plateau reIThe re regions reion8 ¬
gions gionsThe ion8 I
IThe The temperature t mJMmLtu has risen decidedly in inthe inthe I Ihf
the hf miIdle Atlantic and New England EnglandCates I
grates tatP8 and the upper Mississippi and andmiddle andmiddle
middle Missouri valleys and It has I
fallen considerably in the Rocky moun mountatn mountain ¬
tain tatn and plateau regions rec ns and on the thenArlli ther I Ii
i nArlli Pacific coast coastFreezing ro roastFreezing rt
I Freezing temperature prevails In In the then
if JVuky n ky mountain and plateau regions regionsThe rqlonsTh regionsThe
The Th western storm will advance MYaIKean1 easl easlward t tnard
nard an1 and cause ca showers ho ers and thunder thundoretnrms tbunchretnM118 thunderEt
etnrms Et rms tonight tonl < < ht or Wednesday in the theIf thei theLit
If Lit ice i region rf the Ohio valley Tergesseeard Tennessee TennesseeRTft T Tnrd
RTft the east QuIt States The Th a WeatheN weather weatherft r
ft the Atlantic States Stat will wuf be be fair to tortM torj tofollowed
rtM rj lt followed by increasing Innean cloudiness cloudinessTuesday eloudl eloudl1J1t8day cloudinessR
R Tuesday TuesdayFHRKCAST 1J1t8dayFnnPCA ineedayFnFFCAr1
For the District fair and warmer to tojvRht ton tor
jvRht n ght h t Wednesday Wedne day partly cloudy and andtinned andtifn1td andc
< s tinned warm light to moderate moderatesoutherly moderatesoutherly
southerly windsTIEkPRATURE winds windsa wtnclTJDPK
S a m = it ita i
a a m M Mlnam
3 lnam rl 1 a m M
11 1 s am amr to m mr 75 iiJ I
r r J m 77 7
1 ptn ptn1i p T n nD na 7 7SUN
D to trtl t tfINN 79 79N
F In I n rb ritee 5lii8 5lii8SUlIita i iSun
Sun SUlIita sets k C2i C2iTCDB llTtDII i iTIDE J
TodayHhdi TodayH thfel tide 1 101 a m and 11 Ulii8 Ulii8m iip 8 8p
p m lx Low w floe 4M maM m and 5D8 ia p mTomorronHigh m mTomorroM mTomolTOAHIch
TomolTOAHIch TomorroM High doe aw TIM a aln aln1IS m and
1 1IS is p m Low tide 5 58 a m and b bD 54 54CONDITION i4a i4apo
D po m
HARPERS FERRY W Va March MarchBoth KarehRoth MarchBoth
> Both rivers rt n dear this morning morningEstablished moraiacrtablilhec1 morningErtablisied
Established 1804 6th and New York YorkAve YorkAve YorkAve
Ave Old Reliable GenutneAdvt Genuine Advt
I L Lcorivicted Convicted by Colleagues l
New York State Upper UpperChamber UpperChamber UpperChamber
Chamber Declares Charge ChargeIs
Is SustainedLaL Sustained SustainedALBA2CY
ALBA2CY ALB LaL Y N KY Y Mai March eh 2 dBy dByvote By a avote avote
vote of 4ft to S the th e Semite today de declared declared dedared ¬
clared that the charge that SenaUM SenaUMJoiiiam SeIIaWIotiaa SeaanrJotuam
Joiiiam Iotiaa P Allds while w Ue a Megthtassembly member Iief of ofthe Oilthe
the thebribe assembly u embly solicited 8OI1ett and accepted a abribe abribe
bribe of Lf WOW Sl M for his inAueawe to kill JdJltlon killlegislation
legislation tlon aimed against a lDat the Bridge Bridgetrust Bridgetrust Bridgetrust
trust brought br qht by Senator Bonn n Con Conger COftgfr Conger ¬
ger bad been sustainedResitaa sustained sustainedResifa
Resifa R Under FireALBANY Fire FireALBANY
ALBANY X Y March 2 21State 21StateSenator stateeJtllter State StateSenator
Senator eJtllter jotham P F Allde half an JlJIhoar anhoar
hoar before te Senate met to vote on onsustaining onsustaining ft ftsuetaSnlnK
sustaining or rejecting < < the charges char of ofollcitttvg ofIOIlcUill ofsoliciting
ollcitttvg IOIlcUill and accepting ID a bribe bribebrought IJrlhebre1Iglat bribebrought
brought against him by Senator Ben BenConger BeoCoager BenCesger
Conger aid his hi resignation rMtpt with thesecretary the thesecretary thtHCretary
secretary of state stateIt tawIt
It was WU reported that AJlds took this thisaction thl thlaction thisaction
action to save his friends from em embarrassment embarnulsmfnt embatrrassment
barrassment in voting votln on the question questionat
at issue sane and it was also claimed thathe that thathe thatbe
he had promises proml e that the senate would wouldconsider wouldconsider ould ouldoonsldtr
consider a resolution declaring d lrlog the theConger thtConger theConger
Conger charges not ot sustained talntd but
that enough eaou h evidence reflecting on his hisAllds hisAlld hisAIMS
AIMS course as a State senator 8 > tor had
been uncovered in the investigation to towarrant towarrant towarrant
warrant the senate believing he heshould h hsbould heshould
should retire
I IUrges
Urges Morrill Fund Aid for forSchool forSchool fo foSchool r
School Rather ThanG Than ThanG Tha ThaG
A school boy pleading plMdt for the exten extension exten80n exteepion ¬
sion of the benefit of higher h her edueattbeto education educationto ueatieQhl a
to himself hl lr and his fellowstudent of ofthe ofthe o othe t
the District before a committee of Con Congress Cooeu Congross ¬
gross eu was the spectacle presented reIfe tett in n the therooms th throo throoms P
rooms roo of the Committee on Agriculture Agricultureof rleulture e
of 0 the House this morning when H P PGreenwaM PGrefDwakl PGreenwald
GreenwaM a senior Pfnl r at the Technical TechnicalHigh T TbchnicaHigh 1
High School presented pre ented arguments for forthe CortM fo fothe r
the application of the Morrill fund to tohis tobl t this o
his bl school rather than th the George G r 6 Wash Washington V8 ¬
ington I < < ton University UniversityArguments rnlvel8ltyArgumntK UniversityArguments
Arguments also were presented M ooted by DrM Dr DrM DrM
M Page Smith Attorney P J Ryan Ryanof RanoC Ryanof
of the Central Labor Union ami ant th thRev the theRev theRev e
Rev T Milton WaWron covering the th thcontention e i icontentions Icontentions
contentions of the opponents of George GeoreeWashington GeorgeWashington I IWubln
Washington Wubln ton University UniversityBay UniversityBey I IBey
Bey Presents CaseThe Case j jThe I IThe
The closest attention and the biggest biggestimpression bigg biggimpression t I IImpce88lon
impression was created by young oung Green Greenwald Greenstaid
wald who ko spoke briefly and to the thepoint lkepolftt the thepoint
point pointHe polfttHe pointHe
He asked that the poor student of th thDistrict the theDistrict 1 1Dwtrlct
District be given an opportunity opp rtunlty to ob obtain ohtats ¬ i
tats a college CO training pleading the die disadvantages ¬
advantages under which the studenttabor students studentslabor I Ilabor
labor and the th difficulties of obtaining obtainingeducation obtainbneducation
education facilities rclllt such ae are enjoy enjoyby enjoyed enjoyedby ed I
by the boy of every ever State in the theUnion t tUnion I IUnJoft
Union and the Territories of Hawaiand Hawaii Hawaiiand HawaIIand I
and Porto Rico as wellNo well wellNo wellNo
No More HearingsDuring Hearings HearingsDuring HearingsDur
During Dur the course of his argument argumentagainst aIumeatapJn8t argamenagainst t
against the bill before the committee committeeDr i iof
Dr Smith called < < attention to the acUon acUoof
of ftllM the Board of Education at its meetinlast meetin meetintest JlMiUnlast
last evening venin and declared de < laroo hat such ac action BetJon aclion ¬
lion was as farcical a rclcal as 8 the members of ofthe ofthe o othe t
the board had not given the matter due dueconsideration dueconaideraUon du duconsideration
consideration in the first place and but butflve butftve bu i
live of them were present when the thematter themattfr th thmatter e I
matter was considered Dr Charles CharlesNeedham Charlt8Needham CharlesNeedham
Needham and Professor Richard D DHarlan DHarlan DHarlan
Harlan of George Washington Univer University Uriiverlty ¬
city lty were present during the evening eveningWhen evnln evnlnWhtR eveningWhen
When the arguments had been heard heardand heardaDd hea heaand sal
and the committee had risen Chairman ChairmanScott ChairmaScott saln n
Scott announcd that no more hearings hearingson herJn herJnOft hear hearon
on this partlular bill wouki be b granted grantedINDIAN ranted rantedINDIAN
J N B Hewitt will address the An Anthropological Anthropological Anthropologial ¬
thropological Society on The Whit WhitDog White 1YhlteDO WhiteDog e
Dog DO < < Feast of the Iroquois at Ilt the theGeorge ttef th thGeorge e
George f Washington University tnlven ty tonighat tonight tonightat toDJ ht htAt t
at 8 oclock od k An address on The Return Re Return Return ¬
turn of o the Hop Sky God will ill be de1 de1llvered de
livered by b J Walter alter Fewkes
Detectives Shadowing Two TwoSuspected TwoSuspected Tw TwSuspected
Suspected in Poison Poisoning Poisoning Poisonng ¬
ing ng b Case CaseCHICAGO CaseCHICAGO
CHICAGO March ITo Two persons personswho pe pewhe perso persowho ns
who have been seeretly etJ watched watcta by bydetective b baMtgetlvMCor bdeteetlves Y
detective aMtgetlvMCor for more than a month will willprobably wUIpro
probably pro aDly be arrested within the next nexttwentyfour aexttwentyfour sex sextwentyfour t
twentyfour hours in connection wit witthe with withthe Uh Uhthe h
the mysterious death of Alex K KMoody KJlroodY KMoody
Moody the wealthy baker and broth brothInlaw kothInlw brothinlaw
Inlaw of Congressman Con reumA W J 1 Moxley Moxleywho Ioxieywho oxley oxleywho
who died dle of poison on February Febru CY CYCerontr 20 20Coroner 2 2Coroner
Coroner Hoffman and Assistant taDt Po Police Pollee Police ¬
lice Chief Scbuettler both declared
today to today tody ¬
day that there is 1 strong reDK evidence t tproretthat to toprovettvat toJro a
provettvat Jro daat these the tWQ person P < < 8OIUJ 8OIUJtered admial admialt adet adettared a4
t tered red the M Je a < en 4nf enic < which was N found ln tnIar t tbarge lnlarge n
large Iar e quantities q in Moodys stomach stonwurhafter JttebaCter stomachafter
after death deathThe deatJThe deathThe
The authorities declare there Is n ne
doubt that the wealthy wealth baker was wasmurdered wasmurdered aa aaBUrderM
murdered and their statements aresupported are aresupported aretlujporl
supported d bv b Charles H and Frank U L
Moody brothers of o the deceased The
two brothers have been active act Iv in demaudtng de demanding demaa4Wg ¬
manding a complete Investigation InvestigationCAMEL rnvMlUpatlonCAMEL hnvettgationCAMEL
CHICAGO III March arch 2ITwlu Twln were ff8
born to Old Bel Afrin Alrl a Siberian camel
In the winter 1nte
quarters of a cirrus at atAnboo t
Baraboo Wte It to said this th to the nr first t
time camel twin twl have hav ever made their
appearance in this countryASSETS country countryNew eountryASSETS
New CoJumbia Organization Organizationin
in Control of Golf Asso Associations Associations Associations ¬
ciations Property PropertyThe
The Columbia Country COWIlr Club the tai latest lle eat t
adjunct to Washington
society took over eve r
the lb assets a actJI of the Ie Columbia Golf club Clu b
at a meeting meetln in the Raleigh RleI 1t last night ht
when a resolution was
adopted turning turnln g
over to the new
organization the prop ¬
erty of the Georgia avenue a venue elation
By the terms
of the
reac ton the th e
Columbia Country Club takes over the th e
moneys and property of the
golf oll club at
th the same time
keeping the scorns eou On 0
Georgia avenue in
condition until Jus i
own grounds at Cbev
Chevy Chase
are ready reed Y
for play playIt lay layIt
It te expected that the
tnagq magnificent nlftcenl t
clubhouse e and grounds at Chevy ChOV Chase Ch
will be in readiness r dlfte8 by fall
The Th work wor k
on the new ne I 54 > xrj < clubhouse < Iubho and
cietj cle < r
ins ing away of L f the L LS acres has begun begunCONFEREES
Every eft rt is s being beln
to rnh ru t h
the work and 11 is h
asserted that
wh ryhu m n
plans ae completed t the
and air d
rounds ot the th Columbia
will 11I h ho Country Clut
second ond to none In this section
the countrY countrYCONFEREES countryCONFEREES o
House Refuses Ref uses to Accept Amend Amendments Amendments Amendments ¬
ments and Senate Sends SendsIt
It Back BackThe BackThe BackThe
The District appropriations approprJatl
n bill wa was
sent back to conference COftfer today OR mo me110ft ¬
ton of o Senator Galitnger GJIIR < < er The The House we
a few days d S ago refused to I
accept aoceptnumber acceptnumber k
number of changes ha es made by b the con conereea ¬ t I
ferees ereea and sent the bill back to
con ¬
ference ferenceThe ferenceThe erence erenceThe 11
The Senate action today was taken in i n
Consequence consequence of the recent action of th I
BOSTON March llar h 29 29Advlc Advices s S Sbr received receivedby recety ed
by wireless at the 6fflces of the Calu Calumet Calumet ¬
met and HeclK Mining Company today todaystate toda todastate todaystate
state that th t Prey President dent Alexander AgascAz AgascAzof AJs h hthat
of that company died d ed today t < < on the thelearner th thsteamer e
learner Adriatic of the White Star StarLine StarLine StarLine J
Line enroute to Europa Europar
Controversy ControversyTOENODIFFERENCES Over Randolph RandolphMacon RandolphIvlacon RandolphMacon
Macon Colleges b bGeneral to Go to toGeneral toGeneral
General Conference ConferenceVIOLENT ConferenceVIOLENT ConferenceVIOLENT
AGAIN IS RAISED RAISEDAppointments RAISEDAppointments RAISEDAppointments
Appointments of Ministers Made MadeClifton MadeI
Clifton Forge Gets NextGathering Next NextGatnering NextGatnering
I i
Gatnering GatneringThat GatneringTt
That the controversy COIItrov ra7 over the th control controlad cnntrolauto ntro ntrolMrsidp
ad ownership lMrsidp of the Randolph MA Mam Mambklaaaepitt < oncllrga on oncottegea
cottegea which w bklaaaepitt fl has hasapltt split the Baltimore Baltimoreconference BaltlmorreofweMe Baitimoreceaferena
conference of the Southern Methodist MethodistChurch MPtvdiMtChurch fOt frliO < 1 1C
Church C new in tsatiton at Mt Vernf Vernnri3lotho4bt Vet VernfMet no n nMethodtot
Methodtot Met Church will in be appealed appealedthe < l lUte t tthe
the general conference of the t e Southern SouthernMfttfcedtot Soath SouthernMethdit T11 T11Met
Mfttfcedtot Met Church c at Asheville AalteontIR N NIn NIn +
In May and will ill m Ia alt probability 1rtaken be betaken trtaken ¬
taken rate the tb courts was w decided a athis aU ar arthin
this U mornings nl lanston of the c cnfr cnfrcnee cnnPretxe mf r rence
ence cneeI
For l or > r a second eI time U during the th rrsr rrsrI r pr prconvention j jeonenUolI
I I convention the question as to v h htil htilI < th thor <
j I or not the Baltimore Battbn Conference Conferenceforce Cont rfOn P is isforce > d dII <
II force the trustees of the Randoij RandnipMacon RandoijMacon RanlffIIMAcon
Macon colleges colle 10 change cllaa the harllr < har harllrtM r rthe o othe
the institution raised ral a violent t riebat riebatThe drl + atThe
I The issue wm was haJerlcld mjert d Into this thl morn mornInls mnrnbngs
I Inss session H8 i0n when the Rev E V R + gester g
i ester er secretary of the conference conferencethe J JJ
I the J reading rea bl < < of memorials rialII from tb tbBaltimore t tBalttllMMf thBaltimore
Baltimore conference COllt to the general npral npralI en eni < w wi
i ference in May lay came to one which whichf whichbeets
f beets ethe the he RandoipbMacon college collegesThe collegeThe eollgT
T The e JIaQriaI JIaQriaITM MaserialThe
The memorial itawn c a by b the commr commrtee commrtee omm r rIe
tee Ie on memorial orta of which bJCla Dr CoHir CofirDenny CoHirl ColilDaua
l Daua Denny > enny Is chairman to one which ask askthe a askthe k kUte
the general conference co fereee to htak take susj susjsteps 8 su u r reo
steps eo as may III be needed to secure to n nchurch nl nletaurch
church all the educational educ tloDaJ institute institutebuilt Inst mstitutnbuilt It lit ft ftIll
built Ill up by the wisdom wINo toll and Rift Riftof Iet Ietc
of c the church and to Vtt eetk t e l bevon bevoncavil bf + e anl anlcavil on oncavil
cavil the th ownership and ad control controlthrough ontr ontrthrouh 1
through boards of trustees of ortloDal edu educa educational a atloaal ¬
tional Institution so far as the th law of ofthe n ntbe othe
the States will allow AIIo the church to own ownand ownand ownand
and control these institution institutionThe InetltuchMlllThe
The memorial also request the th gen general genoral ton tonral ¬
oral ral conference to enact that n no no > con conference confereftce conference
ference shall levy an aasessm assessment u t or ormake ttmake
make a appropriation orp or an appeal ap apptl l forthe for forthe torlite
the bfMtoftt of any educational Inattiution Inattiutionnot I Oft Oftadt
not owtoeo o + rited a ant and a lid controlled by th the thocbtnreh thechtrreJa
church I
Armstroets Anut s Speech SpaeckTbe
Th Tbe T f e reading of the memorial t Orlal we w WU + s fol followed toilowed ¬
lowed by an impaaawned speech against againstIt i iIt
It made by C M Armstrong n troftI one of ofthe ofthe 1
the trustee of the RandolphMacon RandolphMaconcoteses RandolphMaconcollegee I IcoIe
coteses coIe fJfi and also a member of 0 the Bal Baltimore BaItbnor Baltimore ¬
timore conference He H declared that by bythe D bythe 1 1tbe
the lawn of Virginia v the charter of the thecolleges thecollege i
colleges colle es cannot be chanced as the Bal Baltimore BaIl Baltimore ¬
timore conference desires r and asserted assertedthat assertedthat ed edthat
that the conference could withdraw Its Itsappropriation Itsappropriat1oft itsappropriation
appropriation from rom the RandolpuMacoM RandolpuMacoMcolleges Randolp Randolpulaeoacolleges l lcoIletee
colleges without appealing the matter matterto
to the general n raI conference conferenceMr eonl eonlfr
Mr fr Armstrong spoke 8t e at some length lengthagainst lengthagainst th thallNJt
against the memorial and was AS answered answeredbriefly answeredbrlefiy
briefly but heatedly by Ur Denny Dennywho Dfoaayno Dennywho
who no has led that side 8M of the conference conferencewnich cOstere f nee ce cewnteh I
wnich desires to compel e 8Ipet an amendment amendmentin
in the charter of the Randolph Ra dolth Maconcuiieges Macon j j joll
colleges oll tS so that the name of all trus trustees trulItetfll trustees ¬
tees of the colleges hall be submitted submittedbefore Mlba submittedbefore tted ttedbctore
before election tkw tlon to the approval of the theconference t theconferen 8
I conferen conference conferenceI < onereR onereRI
I Memorial Adopted AdoptedWhen AdepteiI
I When hen 11 vote ote was at taken th t the betray bfttn bfttnmemorial betraymemorial Dennymemorial
memorial to the th general conference COItler e was wasadopted wa waadoptecI wasadopted
adopted The matter Uer will l come before beforethe beCOCethe beforethe
the general conference coafer eaee In May MayThe MayThe 1 1Tbt I
The statistical report read ln4 at this thismornings thblmorning thismornings
mornings session of the conferenceshowed conference conferenceshowed eonlereacewed
showed wed the total membership member b of the con conference COftTeRCe conference ¬
ference TeRCe to be Wilt i an a anus4 that there are areeAl
fiIOO W church building bulldiD belonging ag to the theconference thecnlerenee theconference I
conference the th property of which bleh is isvalued invalued
valued at 12048313 2 < M8313 During the past year ear
SlelC7 has been raised Iftd for mlll ministerial ministerialsupport ministerialsupport < < tal talsupport
support supportClifton supportClltton
Clifton Forge Virginia Ylr nla wtt wtl be the thenext
next meeting place of the conference
The appointment of ministers was w an announced a anounced ¬
nounced by Bishop BI hop Wilson lIMn this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon noonThe noonThe noonThe
The following appointments pj tatmeBts were made maden
in n Washington churches churchesMt
Mt t Vernon Place the Rev J H
Wells WellsMt WellsIt
Mt It Pleasant PI ftt the Rev C W Jeffries
Epworth the Rev J W i Smith SmithMarvin SmithIanJI SmithMartin
Marvin the Rev Re H HrI rI L Hout HostSt HoutSt HoutSL
St Paul the Rev Re W V E Henry
Calvary the Rev J L > Kibler KlbierClarendon KiblerClarendon KiblerCiarondon
Clarendon the Rev Re J J Revee ReveeAlexandria RevC61Alexndrta
Alexandria the Rev RIt H M I Canter Canterhe Cl1JIterI Canterhe
he h Rev Rt F J Pettyman is presiding presidingelder pre8tdIJllelder residingelder
elder of the Washington district districti districtCoudreys di8 district CL CLI
I i
Coudreys Measure Will Be BeSubject BeSubject BeSubject
Subject of Inquiry b by byHouse byHouse Y YHouse
House Committee CommitteeRepresentative CommitteeRepr CommitteeRepresentative
Representative Repr ntaUv Coudreys bill pre providing previdlng prevldiag ¬
viding that gas as companies in the Dis District Dl5trltt ¬
tract of Columbia shall not issue steek steekor
or certificates o Indebtedness n debtednen except exceptwhen exeeptwhen
when the money brought from Cro the thesale thesale thesale
sale therefrom is expended in im improvements hMprovements ¬
provements pro vemeets is s to be made the subject subjectI
of o a special hearing before the House HoulfeDistrict HouseDistrict
District Committee Thursday morning morningat mornin morninat
at 10tll 103 10 38 oclock oclockChairman odockChairman oclockChairman
Chairman Smith of the House District DistrictCommittee DistrictCommittee DistrictCommittee
Committee this thlsmornlns morning said that thehearing the thehearing thehearing
hearing on the Coudrey bill probably probablywould prob8b1ywould
would be an extended e tended one As many manywitnesses MaRYwllneaes manywitnesses
witnesses as may desire d re to testify will wttlbe wBtbe
be heard It will be determined atThursdays at atThursdays atThursdays
Thursdays meeting how much time will willbe 1t1lbe will willbe
be given the witnesses on o both 1 1in sides sid and andin alMlIn
in all probability a dectakm deet doss dossof lon will be bereached bereflche e
reached as to the > number numberDolor of hearings hearingsthat hearingse hearingsrached
that will m be > < conducted conductedmitten onduet before b > forf the com committee e m mmlttte ¬
mittee decides decId to make m e a report on the thebill thebill
bill t
Notable Career Is Ended I
Edict Makes M kes 75000 Temporarily Tem Temporarily Temrarily ¬
porarily rarily Homeless HomelessVolca HomelessVolcanoes Volca Volcanoes Volcanoes ¬
noes Active Alternately AlternatelyNAPLES
NAPLES larch 1Owtng a Owing to the tile re resumption reumptlott
sumption a of activity 1Iethtt of MC It Etna the theauthorities theauthorities
authorities cawed order today for the theevacuation theeovaMJatlon
evacuation a 0 of the entire uke southern JIOttt slope slopeof Idopeof
of the mountain This Th means IIS that 7601 7601persons iifJ iifJnroRII 7 471 471persons
persons nroRII will 11t be rendered temporarily temporarilyThe temponu11yftoMel temporarilyhomeless
ftoMel ftoMelThe homeless homelessThe
The reopening IIC oC Xt Etnas craters cratersprevented cnLteraprfvented cratersprevented
prevented a sertouji earthquake in UK UKopinion UteoC theopinion
opinion of many scientists Daring the thefew Uteew thefew
few ew hour that the vent V4n were ere closedthe closed closedthe clottedthe
the rumblings rvmb np of the mountain increased increasedIn
In severity decreasing th the moment the theeruption theeruptlen
eruption was Wu renewed renewedJust leDftW leDftWJU8t renewedJust
Just ac Vesuvius displayed dt plaYeti activity activitywhen ACtivityhen activitywhen
when hen the eruption s at t ML ilL EtA ceased itFubstded it itsubsided ItliUb
subsided liUb ided when the Mt It Etna eruption eruptionstarted erupdoft1Itad eruptionstarcd
started again ln indicating ndleatl that both hot vol volcanoe ToltanOflll volcanoes
canoe are affected aff ted by the same tIDe sub subterranean tlUbtfrra Pubternsean ¬
terranean tfrra eaa power powerWOULD powerVOULD powerWOULD
Asquith Asks House of Commons Commonsto
to Consider Proposition Propo PropoLONDOX
sition sitionLOXDOX sitionLONDON
LONDON March 26 IIn In the t e house bet se of ofcommon oti ofcemmelae
common i today Premier AsettKa h moved movedthat movedthat
that the House R 18 into committee ef g the thewhole UCwle thewhole
whole to cmmMcr a resolution aboUbIB aboUbIBthe abolMites abolMitesthe
the veto power of f the house of Ionia IoniaFRANCE IoniaFRANCE unlLFRANCE
PARIS March tThe 29 The chamber of ofdeputies ordepuUe ofdeputies
deputies today toda ratified the new tariffagreement tariff tariffagreement tartitagreement
agreement with the United States
PLACE DEATH LIST AT 350 350Door 350Door 35 35Door 0
Door Nailed at End of Room Prevents Escape of Panic PanicStricken Panicricken Panicstricken
Stricken ricken Dancers Who Fight to the Death in inEffort inEffort inEffort
Effort to Get Out
MATB6S6ALKA MASS 6ZALJU ALFA Austria A March 3 3Three 21 1Three
Three hundred and aiD ally Hvea t ed were w < < c need needlesety JteedY
lesety e sty Y sacrificed i IR the Are m III the dance danceball clonehall < 1aDeeall
ball at Ovkoertto a vittas of f 1360 1 ac according HoordDC socrdIg ¬
cording to the report today of anthem aathorities autherlties anthemties
ties who investigated iHv ted Sunday nights nightstragedy MitktstJas6ol ttigktsuagehiy
tragedy tragedyHad tJas6olHAd uagehiyHad
Had a apanic panic not noised upon poll the 5 5merry 5f 5fmerry ibis ibismerry
merry makers who cro CO6 crowded ded ed the large largecoachhouse Ir Ircoachhouae largecoachhouae
coachhouae that had been turned tem temporarily temporarily temporarily ¬
porarily into a dance hall all could couldhave e couldhave uJd uJdhtle
have escaped ped There WR one 0IIedoor huge hugedoor S Sdoor
door at the end of the halt throughwhich through throughwhich b bwhich
which an might have passed p aaed safety eI had hadNot JtadJlot hadnot
Not th the frtefcttned frt2tt trt2I tend n rush t h toward toward the dour dourcreated dOQcre
created cre ted a a fatal jam Jamt
Representatives RepresentativesBY of 0 fAIl fAIlClasses f A11 A 11 11Classes i iClasses
Classes Extend Condol Condolences Condolences Condolences ¬
ences to o Family FamilyAwed
Awed by the t e sudden blow deaths deathshand deathbaud atiaseaJt
hand dealt eaJt in the night rses representa representative entapentaUvee ta tatk ¬
tive tk of every clans c of the National NationalCapitals Net NetCapttah IaiCapitals Tan i
Capitals eomx eo complex IIIMx society let vhdfted vieksdstricken the thestricken tbelItJ1tken
stricken home of 0 the late Justice David DavhtJ Da DaJ
J Brewer NoW t tdolencea thIa 1DCJCIIIa morning to seder coo coodolencea
410 dolencea the t e formal expression u ezpresa oa oashocked of 0 0oete4 I Ishocked
shocked oete4 grief griefThe griefTine I
The President Pr oieDt the Vice President PresidentChief the theChief tJMChW
Chief Justices J the t e Speaker wish wt ala aladre48 hun hundreds h hdeeds tun ¬
deeds of members of the executive ex eutlve JucUdal Ju Judicial u udicta ¬
dicta and legislative Ie departments delta rtawtIta of o the theGovernment theGoerlUl theGo
GoerlUl Go Government eroeat eat together t with hosts of 01lvlduab ofdividuais In Individuals 6r ¬
dividuals friends t friends fellowpurists messelates mess associate MMetatM ¬
elates in religious or phUanthrepic phUanthrepicwork p pwork phi phiwork
work were among IIIOI1J the callersThe callers callersThe ca en enThe
The arrangements ar IIi for the funeral funeralawidt f fa fawait
await a the decision of e the officiate otPdalathe of ofthe ort
the t Supreme Court and ad the member 111 membersJustice H La of ofJustice c cJUfitce
Justice Brewers family who are con consulting CDIt8u1 eonsuiting ¬
suiting 8u1 this afternoon The remain ar are areto C Cto i ito
to be removed to Leaven L4aentia worth Kan Kanfor X Kfor aa
for interment intermentThe Iat InlrmeatThe < < JDellt JDelltThe I
The funeral arrangements were din dtecuesed dincussed I Inaned
cussed this morning though they theynot will willnot wtt1DOt
not be determined deta rmioed definitely ctdnlteiy for fOCtwelve fartwelve another anothartwelve
twelve hours hou Justice Brewer had fre frequently frequently Irequentiy ¬
quently expressed a wish for a sdm sdmceremony simple simpleceremony pre i iceremony
ceremony and his wish Iab will III IIIin be beIn observed observedin
in making the theClnsrch plans plansChurch plansChurch
Church Services ServicesIt
It te probable prebA that a church e 8ft1a servicwill service servicewill e em
will m be held in the tA First Congregational CongregationalChurch C CClMlrch Ceugregai CeugregaiChurch iettah
Church because becau e of c the large number numberwho noun nounwho Mi Miwho
who want t to attend This service prob probably probably p pable cob ¬
ably wilt be h hold W on Thursday ThanJda after afterJust alterROOD afternoon
ROOD ROODJust noonJust
Just what bat form t the tribute from tb the theSupreme UteSupreme C CSupreme
Supreme Court will take is not yet yetknown yetkne ye yeknown t
known kne 1 n Chief Justice Fuller lIut said th thmorning thte thtemorning thiIEmornlDS ie
morning that the court would arrange arrangesome ana anaMint
some means of paying their reapocts reapoctsContinued r rCotinMd S SContinued
Continued on Second Page Pa fi
The ather1des au auwa fOaM
that Ute thewas dt oor oorW6 + er
wa W6 nailed up upbut alter the thebut daac t
but light I t nails wore used an and > Ni those who whoaid whocHd M ho
aid tinily a lly 11 break open the t door declared d
it yieMed readily readilyThe readilyThe readilyThe
The condition of the bodies of the v vtiros vic victims v1etinls k ¬
tims shows what a frightful fight lightplace t took tookplace aokIAe toe > i
place IAe before ore the roof of the uefell buUdtng I
fell in and completed the t fmiicii havoc havocMany haorlADY hav havgamy ex
Many of the bodies were cut with w wkrdv 11th
krlv e and the b uses es uf f others bore er t tnark the thenarks tbeINrk lee
narks nf i ikll1 booth boothIt ls lsIt
It will be tnn tmthte vTesihi BiMe to count the h e dewd dewdas tlftdth den denas d
as the th reins r have revealed no pile 01 01I
I Charted Tra5m aam t nts nf s that f d < lo n not t indicate indicateaccurately UMli mdicaaccurately < at te
accurately the number of v dead I
Rehearing However Only OnlyRemote OnlyRemote OnlyRemote
Remote Possibility Says SaysAttorney SaysAttorney SaysAttorney
Attorney General GeneralSAME GeneralSAME GeneralSAME
Speedy Appointment of o SuccessorMay Successor SuccessorMay SuccessorMay
May Be Followed by Re ReArguing ReArguing ReArguing
Arguing Arguingthe ArguingTltere ArguingThere
There is ally 1 a remote II pesalMlty I r that thatthe thanthe
the south of Justice of the Supreme SupremeCourt SlttN8IDet SupremeCourt
Court t UIt Brewer win aococoiteUe a re reiiearhvg relI TBilearfit6
iiearhvg lI of the Standard ON and To Toloce Toltceo Tol
l loce cos trust eaeM ea < ec now W beCere the S Srrrme Sw SwO1IIe Sarne
rrrme rne Court accordiac aceenit a eed c to Attorney Genc Gen Ge Gef
c il 1 Wlefettcshaat WlefettcshaatI Y1cke Y1cker
I has boon suggested g that t at the t deathv death 4ieathoC
r a tsamher oC tile cant Ddgt1 void voidof
< 01 t the e proceedings Ju the till eases and andaka ad adlJte
v aka < It neeesoary to go g ever the ea eamatter etIf etIMIt ea5tter
f < matter 5tter agate agateI a aI
I see o hot oae powMMty petj ley of e Justice Justices J Justicertseta e ewer
rtseta wer death ca casnk g s a rehearing r in9tandaad in inStandard Inr
Standard r OH and Tooaec T1 I8ec > > trustyes trust trustald tnI t tG
> yes ea suM ald Attorney A General 6 a rai Wicker wtrkCIII Wiek r
5 am III ac 1M h entered the titstile Cabinet room roomthe rsomtho
tile White Hose a aTIle today todayThe todayThe
The matter Mr would Me entirely easr dy at the therretiea theredelt thecretiss
rretiea of the court If the court courtod court courts
s < od four t to four on a proposition teal It Itpi Ittllat itpnbsMe
pi pnbsMe hank that a rehearing weald we I IIfill bfc bfclered belead
lead rather than allow the death of ofa oCa ofa
a member to decide tIe the case Th TIle court ceortn ceurtght
n t ght consider that justice to the coon eouniter C01III1e coonaod
aod 1e the II litigants tooted be served servedter MlYedtler
iter by awaiting the appointment apoomtmcnt ofa of ofsuccesoar 0 0a
a succesoar and hoMing a rehearing eItesrta for forhi forhi forhis
hi his benefit fit That fe the only oat jnaoftim jnaoftimof mt mtof Its Itsof
of the cams e being reopened reopenedQpiaWB r roiaiH reopenedO
QpiaWB O iltiaa at Cert CetirtBrewer CMrtAt CertAt
At the courtroom today the
e opinion epillionw opinionwas
w was expressed that Ute death d c J JWMIiIc Justice JusticeBrener
Brewer womitl wonMaot wonMaotM nest aroredi 1 rl i a a nr nrof reheartMt
M tMt < < of the a e two caaae maamMcli W Tn J i + as only onlywans eatyoe 3y 3ycote
oe eleestelatiue r wans g cite IN1a4IeIeIIMe JuarfcSaf had hadUfe icedtakoel
Ufe 1a4IeIeIIMe takoel pee awoe the tJHos were formally formallypresented fermailypresented JJ JJP
P presented M to the court courtThere eewLTh courtThere
There Th e are precedents however for the thecourt th thteart thetout
court on its own motion
reaneettag refill J II a aeeeeeoi areau areottbnib4one
reau reottbnib4one oC c cases U Pr President TAt TAt811eeeaer Tafteelorta
eelorta a 811eeeaer eeeeeoi to Justice Brewer Brewerbe Jke Brewershortly r r8bert1
8bert1 shortly It may y bt tt the t f plan eC ha hat bar barI
I t the
tWIt biggest ea aces r re zgued JDa JDaM mabe
be adopted adoptedcatted TMIs WU done in I1 Ute so socalled
called eaIIe California c suet Oregon cue eases wh whargued when whenJustice
Day aeeuemed the seat t an the thebeyteh
beyteh beytehSince
Since e these tIMehas bas
eM edy been one coo ceItc cooanltatlsi
anltatlsi nof c tIN j justiiaem sfiree the Stared Staredand
and Oil and
tOI1IOn1tie1t tax
tines WAr WArIt were
argued It is s not Jh thought that a vote voteahfe ot
was taken and the JMOM pe obabilkiee U are t tOUrt the thecourt
court < < = itself Ir
not yet decided ugn t the h
decree f 1n tills sse unless a vece baleen takffty baleenus
us > oq y showed we < < a tie k ie sot prob probIk
able Ik that a rehearwg would be asked askedBarteB ukedin
BarteB in mind 1M that demist alwa alwa1OUDd Jw >
bed ba c around 1OUDd the th
decfehm 6rd on of eiaa any gnaccar creai creaicav JTI JTIaa
car aa hi the Supreme Court writ H at her ha haactually Itaactually
actually tlecn paeced en it t wa was todiy tedt tedtPI tedltpredicted
predicted PI kteII that the death of f Juti bestir bestir3rearer 1 <
Brewer > t strengthened + It the hang of l ihr th t h
Government o t ill n
m tAe Standard OIl
case ensSevea ta taaIId caseand
and lo u tI the TT Ttto bece trust tJUlltSeyeR ease
Seven Fit It far D Ditty Dittyatl ty
The Ibe death atl
of Justice
Brewer leaves letreethe leavesthe I n ntM
the Supreme Court with seven taeeaber p
fit for djty d JQ Justice
Moody Moodyck blue kPT 1 1tkk
rick ck for laonths He will not parUdnatc tIdpa ± c
in either of 0 the cases cacecPresident eueLPre casesPresident
President Pre Ide1t Tait
may 1 appoint a aeaaber new newmember
member eaaber of e the court at t an early date dateto dat datto
to succeed Justice Brewer Brew < < and ad Is ex exported expecoted expeeled ¬
ported to do m But the justice jaadceappebated so soappointed 5
appointed may y not take ta e part m lo the de decwkm Meillioa
cwkm of either the Standard Oil or UK UKTobacco UkTobacco theTobacco
Tobacco trust contentions contentionsIt eonte dfMtl5 dfMtl5It
It is possible therefore t erefore that both of ofthose eltIIeM
those cases will II be decided dee = ded e by y a aoeurt divided dfvUedcourt
court perhaps perba s four to three Four Fourmembers FourMtJDbers Fontmembers
members of the court could return a alegal aJe alegal
legal Je < < aI opinion opb oa so far ac either of the thecaaeg tMfis thtvP
caaeg is concerned but h would woultl1tM not asa as asa asa
a matter of fact be a Anal dechdoB dechdoBIt
It would not be a dechdon by a ma majority maJority ¬
jority of the court and the ineritpM mevitaM mevitaMeffect tI be bee
effect e < < t would be tWat the ease wo Houtz Houtzhave M Mhave J JDaveto
have Daveto to be b reopened reo and no final settle settlement tIE tIEMfM ¬
meat of the questions involved YOI eII had unIn un unCAHSS untB
tB at beat t 1 Ave justices M4 agreed agreedCantos 9eM 9eMCa1l
Cantos Ca1l Diecusaiaa DiecusaiaaThe D Dilc1lH c s i 8R 8RThe B BTh
Th The question of Just ju t how Justice JustieBcewer JusticeBrewers JtDticcoeoer
Brewers coeoer death will sleet eet the t e K iDe iDee imeu imeue ey eyfthe
e fthe the court on tbw t there two fanportanr fanportanrantitrust bnpsrtantantitrust lnt lntaJIdtnIet
antitrust cues was f widely 1deI7about dVens dVensabout d1stasled d1stasledabort
about the Capitol today todayIt todavIt cedar1t
It is the belief of those best informers miorraerithat iaf iaftilat
that the court fe Hkely Wiet n Ie > be found foundwith fountll foundwith
with tll Justices Satins Lurton Lan Day Da an anMeKenna a aoIcKetma sad sadMcKenna
McKenna on the Government side in inthese Jn JntMaie inthese
these ease easeThe cueL cueLThe easelThe
The pO position Iden of Chief Justice Fuller Fullerand Jlul JlulSlId Fullerand
and of e Justice Whit fe looked on as asmure uJnOIe asawn
awn likely to t be adverse to the Got Govern Government wit witmeet tII tIIJneDt ¬
meet Justice Brewer ae the asset most MMttive con conservative ¬
servative tive member sombbeltner ber of the bench be had he heUved I t tUve4
Uved It 1s believed oMf would have ba v e eerp lined linedMB U Uthf
MB erp ngamst a the Government A good gooddeal w d ddeal
deal dealdoubt 1 of doubt is expressed epre aotd as to Just Justwhere Justwllere
where Justice JU8 Celobne Holme win be found f with withreapcet w th thrspect h hrespect
respect to the Interpretation interpr > ltation of tne tneOf tnesemaaa
semaaa kw Ia in tM sails b question q1M8tfonor
Of course the bends as to 0 whore we th thvarious aka tlwlvarious akavarious
various members of the coot stand standcan ataadAn standcan
can An onl only be reasoned out froM former fonIwrbftv
de aduss they un tondo OC Irene their thPhi
seeming i attitude attlt at the ti tibearings time of the theo
J bearings of o the theso case caseSo
So far aa Justice Brewer Brewerthe wa w con coneerned conCtmed
eerned be was doubtless doubt the thecen met con conservative ft fte ¬
servative > > e > ntke member of the court It ta te a afact afact
fact worthy of comment that he has hasbeen hasI
been I efn more met conservative fa recent years yearsOn yearsOn ears earsOn
On matters matt that appertained pIHWaI to the ex extension fOXtn11 ¬
tension tn11 lon of th the r fftJ1toy sulstoTi power po of r Uw tAAGon thet
Gon to t rnmfnt rn In ma mat ld tcr that related to

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