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PRICES BOOSTED BOOSTEDBY
PV DI BY BUI UTTER Dl TiTR ILn TRIIQT TRUST TRUSTPresident TRUSTPresident Iliuol IliuolPresident
President of Elgin Board BoardConfesses BoardConfesses
Confesses Purposes of ofBody ofBody ofBody
Body BodyNEWMAN BodyN BodyNEWMAN
NEWMAN N VMAN ADMITS ADMITSPOWERS ADMITSPOWERS
POWERS OF BOARD BOARDDeclares
Declares Elgin Quotations Have In Influence
fluence on Cost Through Throughout
out Country CountryPresident CountryPresident
President John Newman of theTBIgln theTBIglnboard tJle thetgin thetginboard ls1n ls1nboard
board of trade admitted before the Sen Senate Senate Senate ¬
ate Cost of Living Lhln Committee today todaythat tOdaythat todaythat
that his board was 8 organized for the thepurpose thepurpoee thepurpose
purpose of getting u a much for butter butteras butt6las
as the market would stand standIt standIl standIt
It has beer charged by previous wit witnesses witnesses witnesses ¬
nesses that the Elgin butter prices had hadgoverned hadgovornPd hadgoverned
governed the country count and that these theseprices Ule c cprIces
prices were arbitrarily fixed by the theboard theboard theboard
board of trade Mr jMewnuui Newman uou uouthat denied deniedth dentedthat
that th t the Elgin boards quotations gov governed governed governed ¬
erned all butter prices but upon cross crossexamination crOMexamination crossexamination
examination he confessed confI Sed that the theprices theprices theprices
prices were arbitrarily arrived at atExplains atExplains atExplains
Explains Conditions ConditionsIt
It was explained however by b the wit witness witness witness ¬
ness that market cuudittons cu + iditlons were con considered considerPd ¬
sidered in order ord r to determine what the themarket themarket themarket
market would stand He didnt want wantthe wantthe wantthe
the Impression Impre lon to get et out that there was wasany wacan wasany
any an holdup by the Elgin people because becauseits beeauseits becauseIts
its board determined d the prices which whichshould whichshould whichshould
should govern Its members membersIt s sIt
It was shown before the committee committeethat committeethat
that out of a little more than 200 O members mem members members ¬
bers the Elgin board has nearly nearl one onehundred onehundred onehundred
hundred Chicago Chlca o butter dealers on Its Itslists Itslists itslists
lists This was regarded as signifi significant slgnlftant significant ¬
cant < ant by the committee in view of ofthe the thetestimony thetestimony
testimony to the effect that the Elgin Elginmarket Ellrlnmarket Elginmarket
market was controlled by farmers and andproducers andproducers andproducers
producers and for their benefit instead insteadof
of for the benefit or protection of the thedealers thedealers thedealers
dealers dealersPresident dealersPrt dealersPresident
President Prt > sldent Newman explained that the theChicago theChjcaJo theChicago
Chicago dealers were members but butthat butthat butthat
that many of th then m owned on dairies in inaddition Inaddit1on
addition to being sales agents of butter butterFixes butterFixes butterFixes
Fixes Quotations QuotationsIt
It was determined during the exam examination examInation examInatlon ¬
ination today that the Elgin boarmeets board boardmeets boardmt
meets mt > ets every Monday morning and fix fixquotations fixes fixesquotations Ces Cesquotations 1
quotations which shall remain in effect effectduring etectduring effecduring t
during th the entire week A quotations quotationscommittee quotationscommittee quotatlocommittee j
committee meets and considers prices pricesand pricesand pricesand i
and their report usually ll4uall becomes the theaction theaction th thaction
action of the whole board Aboutpounds About 900600 900600pounds 5OO6 O Opounds 1
pounds of butter a week eek Is traded in inon inon i ion n
on this marketWhen market marketWhen market1Vhfln
When asked why there had been beendrop a aIn adrop t
drop from 36 cents to 30 cents a pound poundIn poun pounin d 1
In butter on January 34 at the th height of ofdent orthe o othe f r
the high cost of living cru crusade ade Pref Prefdent Pre Predent
dent Newman Iman said It was done because becau becauother e eCltht I
other Cltht > r markets had lowered their prices pricesHe pric pricHe
He would not say that public sentiment sentimenthad 1Ientlmenthad sentimenhad t
had anything to do with It It He did say saythat sa sathat y
that the storm prevailing at t that time timewas timeIOtas tim timwas
was In a measure responsible for the theaction tbeC1CtlOn th S Saction
actionLE1SHAN action actionAmerican C1CtlOnLEISH
LEISH LE1SHAN MAN ANGERS ANGERSENVOY
ENVOY FROM SPAIN SPAINAmerican
American Ambassador 1 1Italy to toItaly t tItaly 0
Italy Said to Have Over Overridden Overridden Overridden ¬
ridden Customs CustomsBOMB CustomsROME
BOMB RO April 6 6StraJned Strained relatio relatioImvo relations rclatlonshave ns nsh
have developed between John A Ielsh Leishman Leis h
man tho American ambassador and andMarquls theor the theMarqu1Q
ilarquls de Valdeterrazo ambassador ambassadorfrom ambassndor ambassndortrom ambassadfrom or orat
from Spain according to a story that thattoday thattOday th thtoday at attin
today made Its 1 rounds of the diplomatic diplomaticcorps dlplomatlooorp5 diploma diplomacorps tin
corps corpsThe oorp5Tbe corpsThe
The trouble arises from Irishmans LelshmansIoged al alleged alleged ¬
leged Indifference to a lot of the dlplmatic diplo diplomatic diplomatic alo o ¬
matic red tape that still wraps Itself Itselfaround Itselfnround itse itsearound
around every official In Rome and h hconsequent his hlBconsequent
consequent delay dela In notifying notif lng the mar marquls marQu1s m mquts ar
quls when It would be convenient formarquis for the themarquis themaquis th arth
marquis to pay his respects re pccts to him himAsks himAsks himAsks
Asks to CalL CalLMarqulsde Call1tfarqulsde CallMasquls
Marqulsde Masquls de Valdeterrazo Is the newest newestcomer newetcomer new newcomer est estrid
comer In the ambassadorial corps and andshortly andshortlY a ashortly rid
shortly after his he ridc
arrival he sent a sec secretary 8ecretarJ se seretary c ¬
retary to each of the
foreign embassies embassiesto embasalto es 3
to Inquire when ho might make his hIsftlclal h is isrs a
official call It it
upon The ambassadors rs s
all JI replied promptly except Welshman
The marquis accordingly wrote rote re s ¬
peating his Inquiry No
answer T The La e
marquis marquis called at all the other em
Ibassies bass es but still no answer from tho is ho o
American A nercan embassy emb ssy This made the
mar ma r ¬
quis Indignant Ind1gnantor or worse orge He used t the e
telephone and asked Leishman for the t he e
last l st time to at
say what time the t te e
ambassador of Spain might have the tl he e
honor of being heln received by the Amer r
lean ambassador ambassadorTomorrow am ambassadorTomorrow baMador baMadorTomorrow
Tomorrow morning at 11 oclock
was the reply repl The marquis considered consider E 3
the thereply reply extremely extremel abrupt The hour was w a
said to be early for official visiting In n
Rome Nevertheless the marquis called calle d
The usual compliments and common n
Places were exchanged exchan ed Then the mar r
quls remarked
remarkedNot
Not Important ImportantI
I began to fear I would not be per permitted pe pemltted panItted ¬
mitted the honor of visiting your OUr ex excellency exce1lenc e ecdlency ¬
cdlency0h cellency cellencyOh ce1lenc ce1lencOh
Oh replied Lehman with a bored boredair borednlrthls bor borairthis ed
air nlrthls this least is
at the way the mar marquis marquls ma ¬
quis is telling the story atorythese these official ofnci a l
introductoriee have no importance importanceall aue at atall ata11
all Theyre merely relics of antique antiq ue
absurd customs customsThe cutltomThe customsThe
The marquis left about two minutes minut
later miffed IPllT d to the depths of his soul soulCOURT soulCOURT soulCOURT
COURT SUSTAINS SUSTAINSPOWELL SUSTAINSPOWELL SUSTAINSPOWELL
POWELL ENDOWMENJustice ENDOWMENT ENDOWMENTJustice T
Justice Shepard Upholds Validity Validityof Validi Validiof
of Fund for G W USought U USought USought
Sought by HeirsThe Heirs HeirsThe HeirsThe
The validity of the Admiral Powell Powellendowment Powellendowment Pow Powendowment elf
endowment to the Columbia n nGeorge now nowGeorge noonGtorge ° w
George Washington University for foreducation the theeducation theeducation th e eto
education of young men desiring desiringl toIt to toprepare toparc
l prepare + parc for l or entrance to the Naval NavalAcademy Naa1Academy Nay NayAcademy It >
Academy which was attacked byadmirals by the theadmirals theadmlrals Itthe thetl
admirals heirs is sustained In inopinion the theopinion theplnfon tl
opinion of Chief Justice Shepard of ofDistrict the theDistrict theDistrtot theto
District Court of Appeals rendered renderedday to to9v
day iflavThe 9v 9vThe
The trust fund was 8 created by the will willof winot w wo ill
o of Admiral Powell Pow > 11 In ISSi lSS The adml admlverted admiral admiralverted admiralerted
verted in the Columbia University t the h
title In trust tru t to his home on I street ad adolnln a d
joining olnln the Faragut apartment house housewhich housewhJch ho howhich use
which Is now valued at fW000 40000 0IrJ
The validity of the bequest boqne rt was 8S at ¬
tacked ta eked by the heirs but the university unhersltQ undversi t3
won UB t case Q in the th lowex lo courts and andf andR
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BNAI B NAI NAICalifornia BRlTH TALKS TALKSOF
OF OrIMMIGRATION Ir MIGRATION MIGRATIONCalifornia
C California Senate President PresidentSays PresidentSays PresidentSays
Says No AsiaticsAre Asiatics AsiaticsAre AsiaticsAre
Are Wanted WantedThe
J The Chinese immigration problem this thismorning thJsmorning thismorning
morning paved the way tothe to Ute adoption adoptionof adoptioof n
S of resolutions by b the Constitutional ConstitutionalGrand Consti utional utionalGrand
Grand Lodge Bnai Brlth rlth by which wblchthat whichthat
that order put itself on record with re respect re8pect rect ¬
spect spe ct to immigration In general lathethan rather ratherthan rathorthan r
tin than the specifi immigration of the Jew JewEdward JewEdward Jewdward
Edward E I Wolf olt of San Francisco Franciscopresident Franciscopre Franciscopresident I
pr president pre ldent of the California senate an anmon and andSimon antISImon a
Simon Si mon Wolf of Washington led the de deb tIebato dete
b bato ba balag to in opposition oppo ltlon to any an reference be being ¬
InS laggr contained in the report of the Imml mm mmfixation
fixation committee concerning the imml immiation
gration gr ation of Asiatics AsiaticsThe s
The warmest session of the conven conventlon
tlon was s precipitated shortly before beforenoon beforenoon
noon today todK when Harry HarT Cutler of o f
Pro Prorl3ence ence R r L presented the repOrt
on immigration The first part of th the e
report referred i to 10 the history hI8to of the th e
nation nations a restrictive immigration enact
ments
Objection Made Madehen Madehen
When W hen the words up to 1SS2 1S8 11 > S2 except
In a the cast of the restriction of the th e
Chinese as to the property of which whichwe whichwe whichwe
we express no opinion were read ilr Ir
Wolf of San Francisco
< o Interposed an anobjection n nobjection n
objection objectionuLet
Let us speak on the whole subject subJecthe
he said We Ye want no Asiatic immigra immigration Immlgtatlor inunigralion ¬
lion In my m State StateIt StaleIt
It was evident that the reports refnce ref rorerence
erence tra nce to the Chinese Chlne e matter tier without withoutas withoutseeking withoutseeking
seeking to put the convention convent non on record recordas race raceas rd
as being favorable or opposed to the act actof ac acof t
of 18S2 1181 would meet with opposition on u n
the part of a number of the delegates deleatesDeplores delegatesDeplores
Deplores Exclusion ExclusionSeveral ExclusionSeveral
Several speeches sp che8 favoring the elimina eliminatlon e1lmlnatlon eliminan
tlon tio n of all reference to the Chinese Chinesefollowed Chinesfollowed e
followed followedSimon followedSimon
Simon Wolf of Washington Wa hlngton urged urgedthat urge urgethat d
that the only onl safe course the conven convention conventlon
tion could follow would be to treat the theimmigration theImmigration tinmigration e
immigration Im from a general viewpoint viewpointoobon viewpointWhen
When I am gone you ou will remember rememberwhat r
what I bald a Id to you on April 6 6 1910 iRashington In Inashlnbton 1
Washington he said The Pacific PaalftcCO Paalflcoast °
coast CO 8t may want what wh t It t will I deplore deplorethe deplorethe deplorethe
the exclusion of proper Chinese Just justaB jus jusas t
as I deplore the exclusion of a proper properImmigrant Dropsmigrant r
immigrant im migrant of any an nationality
Mr Ir Wolf oJf moved that the words con concernlng concrnlng concerning
cernlng the Chinese situation be strikeout strike strlkenout
out An attempt was made to have th the theconvention theconvention S Sconvention
convention go Into executive session treslonto n i
to further consider the matter matterNothing
Nothing to Conceal ConcealI
I hope you will not go 0 Into executive executivesession executive8eSlon executhsession e
session protested Mr Wolf WolfAmerican As A AAmerican
American citizens we have nothing t to toconceal LOconceal 0
conceal concealVh
When Vh n the motion to strike out th the e
Chinese reference In the report was w as
finally finalh out it carried unanimously unnlmou ly
After Aft r the reading of the report and an 1d 1dbefore d
before the discussion di cUH8ion of the feature re reJating relating
j i lating to the Chinese commenced Mr MroIC a r
Wolf 11 oIC made an n address in which he heupheld
upheld the Administration of the pres present Dre Dret s
ent ea t immigration laws lawsof lawsHe lawsHe
He paid a tribute to Secretary Nage1 Nage1of agel agelor
of the Department of Commerce andLabor and andLabor andLabor
Labor LaborThe LaborThe LaborThe
The report rOJ > rt adopted by b the convention conventionprovides conventionprodes conventionprovides
provides forthe for the admission adm1 6ion of all aliens alienswho aliensw alienswho
who w omay may be afflicted wlthvnp wlthnolnCurable wlthnolnCurabledisease wlih iho Incurable Incurabledisease incurabledisease
disease and who may not possess poSsess moral
disqualifications disqualificationsConsiderable disguallficatlonsConsiderable dinquallflcaUonaConslderable
Considerable discussion dlscu Slon followed the
introduction In Inte of a resolution calling at atntion ¬
tention te ntion to the condition of f the Jewish Jewishpeople Jewishpeople Jewishpeople
people in n Russia and averting dertlng that tho thotime thotime theme
tie time ti me had come when freedom for the theexpression theexpression thexpression
expression e of thoughts thou hts and liberation
from violence was here It was finally
voted to leave the consideration of the thequestion thequestion theuestion
question q to the executive committee for forsettlement forBettlement
settlement settlementAt
At 1 oclock adjournment was taken takenuntil tnk takenuntil n nuntil
until tomorrow morning Previous Pre lous to toadjournment toadjournment toadjournment
adjournment tickets to the banquet
tonight were distributed A full attend attendance attendance attendance ¬
ance is a expected = pected at the banquet tonight tonightManitou tonightFINDS
FINDS F f 1 I REAL GUSHER GUSHERDRILLING
DRILLING A WELL WELLManitou
J Manitou Now Boasts Na Natural Natural ¬
tural Gas and Hot HotSprings HotSprings HotSprings
Springs Too TooCOLORADO TooCOLORADO
COLORADO SPRINGS Col April 6 6anltou
Manitou has a a real gusher It was wasstruck wastruck
s struck by J G Helstand owner of the thefamous
f famous iron springs and is the first firstgrusher firstgusher fl flgusher
gusher c ever opened In Manitou nltou
Vhiln drilling at a depth of 190 feet eel
f for mineral water a a flow of gas was wasencountered wa waencountered wasencountered
encountered and the gusher rose tea
feet f above the drill drillHelstand
Helstand announced announ d that he will willspend 111 111spend I
s spend a fortune If t necessary in de deeloplng
doping v the flow of gas and it is s be beshot
i lleved a a shot hot spring has been opened
f in this connection plans lans are now wilder under underway undeway
way to build a mammoth bathhouse bathhouseand
and advertise adv rUse Manitou as a hot springs springsresort springsr springsresort
r resort ort In conjunction with the famous famousmedicinal famousmedicinal
J medicinal qualities of Its mineralwaters mineral mineral1oa
waters watersNatural 1oa terse terseHu
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Water WaterQuickly WaterQuickly
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Stomach Disorders Disordersand r rand
and andCONSTIPATION andCONS11PATION
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SOUTH S AMERICAN AMERICANWAR AMERICANWARSEEMS WAR WARSEEMS WARSEEMS
SEEMS ALMOST CERTAIN
Republics R h In NeighboringContinent Neighboring NeighboringContinent NeighboringContinent
Continent Unable Unab e to Get GetTogether GetTogether GetTogether
Together TogetherSTATE TogetherSTATE TogetherTATE
S STATE DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTKEEPS DEPARTMENTKEEPS DEPARTMENTKEEPS
KEEPS HANDS OFF OFFDiplomatic OFFDipl OFFiplomatic
Dipl D Diplomatic m11tic Tender of Services S rvices to toBring toBring
Bring About Peace However Howeverr H Howeverslay wever weverMay
r May Be Made MadeTh 11adeTho MadeTint
Th Tint LatinAmerican LaUnAmerlcan diplomatic body bodyof bodyof bodyWashington
of Washington as well as the Depart Department De Departwent t tment ¬
m ment of State is standing on tiptoetoday tiptoe tiptoetoday tiptoetoday
to today awaiting awaltln developments in the war warlike warlike ware ¬
like situation In South America AmericaFrom AmericaFrom AmericaFrom
From dispatches dlsp tches received at the State StateDe StateDeJartment StateDelartment
D De DeJartment rtment today it is apparent that a atemporary atemporary
temporary te mporary lull in hostile demonstration demonstrationhas emon tratlon tratlonha
h has ha s followed the storm of the last two twodays twoda
days da va in Peru and Ecuador EcuadorConsul Eeuad61onsul EcuadorConsul
Consul onsul Dietrich at Guaya GuayaquU < tuil confirms confirmsthe confirmsthe confirmsthe
th the report that the Peruvian consul consulafter coMulatter consulafter
af after taking refuge in the American con consulate consuJate ¬
sulate su late has sailed for o Lima LimaWhether LimaVhether LimaWhether
Whether the quiet is s to be interpreted interpretedas
a as preparatory to more warlike meas measures meaures ¬
ui ures or whether it t means that the con conservative eenseratlve conrvative ¬ j
g servative se element Is if exerting exertln an infla inflaence lnfluce nouence
e ence on ce toward pece per pe e is a question questionUp questionUp
Up to this pr point int the State DepartmentIs Department
Is maintaining a ononcommittal noncommittal atttttade atttttadebut atttltuclebut atttitndabut
u but it t is quite probable that If 1 Peru and andEcuador aDdEcuador
Ecuador do not both solicit the good goodces c cflees
fl flees ces < of the United states within the thenext thenext
n next < day or two Secretary Knox will willsuggest will1Iuggest willsuggest
g suggest in a diplomatic dplom tlc fashion a way wayof wayor wayof
0 of bringing about peace peaceTho peaceTho peaceThn
Tho interests of Latin aUK America and andthe andthe
tl the United Stat Statvs a hinge upon the poNt possibilities poNtbll1Ues posatbiltttes ¬
bl bilities of general chaos which confronts confrontsthe confrontthe
tl the PanAmerican Conference which kto Is Isto Ieto
to be held at Buenos Ayres In July and andfor lUI lUIor a
for or < which the United States has madeextensive made madeextensive madeextensive
e extensive preparations This Is I essen n ¬
tl tially flail a peace conference for the pro promotion promotion proo ¬
v motion of o friendship and commercial co cooperation coop cooperation ¬
J operation op < raUon between the American repub ¬
lics
licsAs
As it is now Un so many of these repub ¬
H lics are so hopelessly at odds nd that if f
t there tht > re is no improvement within th thnet the
n net fortnight or two it t is taken for fargranted forgranted tlrgranted
granted that the objects of the confer conference eonCerence conference ¬
ence will be frustrated if the event te Isnot s snot
n not called off of altolletherIt altogether
It Is a now expected ex tM that Peru will break
off ot ° diplomatic relations with Colombia Colombiaas
a as a result of the offer of the th latter lattercountry lattfcountr
country countr c of 5f0 arm to Ecuador This Thiswill Thiswill Th Thx111 fa
will t leave le e Peru In bad relations Iatlontl with tth Co1 Co
lombia 10mb Ecuador and Chile ChileBolivia Ch1JBolivia COI y
Bolivia and Argentina also have se secred seBred t tered
C1 Bred diplomatic relations relationsIt r
It is s doubtful whether the delega dele ¬ I
t dong of these countries untrtt8 eta c n meet on the itt e I
H Hoot of the conference In addition I Irecognized
21 Nicaragua has no government oern t that thatecognized Is i
I
r recognized by the United States I If Iftroversy f
o other countries take > aides In the con I
t troversy trovers that is almost atmost a most certain to de deI d r I
v velop it seems likely that half the coun
t tries if not more will 111 not send dele delegations del e ¬ J I
g gations at ions to Buenos Ayres AyresI 1
I m
STATUS OF AFFAIRS AFFAIRSIN
IN SOUTH AMERICA AMERICAPEUTT AMERICAPERUArm AMERICAPERUArmy
PEUTT PERUArm Army 4000 regulars equip equipment equp equpment equipment ¬
ment 20000 Mauler rifles riDeJIl1Xlm 24 24Maxim 4 4Maxim
Maxim and Gntllnsr gun 24 4 light lightfield lightfield lighttfield
field guns guns navy three cruisers cruiserstvro crul cruiserstwo er ertwo
two transports trnn ports two dispatch dispatchboats dllpatchbontll dispatch dispatchboats
boats boatsECUADOR bontllECUADOItArm boatsECUADORArmy
ECUADOR ECUADOItArm Army 4300 regular regularnavy rClUlarlDn7 regularsnavy
navy torpedo boat and transport transportCAUSE transportCAUSE transportCAUSE
CAUSE OF THE TROUBLE TROUBLEA
A long time tlmeoundar Jioundary dispute now novrIn DO DOIn now1n
In the hands of Kinf Alfonso of ofSpain ofSpain ofSpain
Spain for settlement settlementRapid settlementCANNON ettlementGANNON
CANNON AND HENRY HENRYIN
IN ANGRY DEBATE DEBATERapid
Rapid Fire of Retorts Shot ShotBetween ShotBetween
Between Speaker 1Speak r and andSoutherner andSoutherner andSoutherner
Southerner SouthernerSpeaker SouthernerSpeker SouthernerSpeaker
Speaker Cannon and Representative RepresentativeHenry Repre RepresentatIvHenry entatlve entatlveHenry e
Henry Democrat of Texas both lost losttheir lsttheir to totheir
their tempers during durln the reading of ofthe otthe o othe
the Journal In the House this thS morning morningand morningaBd morningand
and for awhile it t seemed that the macwood mace macewould mecWO p
would WO kl have to be brought to force Mr MrHenry MrHenry r rHenry
Henry to takehis take his seat seatAs seatAs seatAs
As soon as the chaplain had finished finishedprayer finish nIBhedpra
prayer pra er Mr lr Henry demanded that the theSpeaker theSpeaker th thSpeaker t
Speaker rule on a point of whetherquorum whether a aquorum aquorum
quorum was present He quoted a rule rulethat rolethai rulethat
that thai the Journal should be read only onlywith oniY1lth oat oatwith y
with a quorum present The Chair de declined decllnQd d ddined ¬
dined to rule ruleThe ruleooThe ruleThe
The clerk will read the Journal Journalsaid Journalsaid Journalsaid
said the Speaker SpeakerI ker kerI
I demand that the Chair rule said saidMr 8QJdMr sa saMr
Mr Henry HenryThe HenryThe HenryThe
The dark cl lk will W proceed and the a gen gentleman gentleman gentleman ¬
tleman from Texas Tex will take h his seat seatsaid HAtsaid seatsold
said the reddening reddenl Speaker banking betall fi the thedesk thedesk
desk deskI
1 demand that the Chair rule reit reiterated reiterated reeforated ¬
erated Mr Ir HenryAll Henry HenryAll IIenryAll
All the while th the clerk w vas e attempting attemptingto
to read and the tb Speaker was hitting the thedesk tlMdesk t
desk Mr r Henry kept repeating his 11 de tleand dcmead
mead and Mr Cannon was or 0 r this time Urnthoroughly timethoroughly timethoroughly
thoroughly Incensed and shot eiders to toprocesfcton t ttake
take h II HIt at Xr tr Henry lit rapidtinprocession rapidare rapidareprO
procession prO < < ltion Just for a motacnt Mr MrHenry 11 11Hfnry
Henry eat 1 t down Than The he aro arose arosesaid aad aadsaki I
said sakiI
demand I dernaftd a quorum quoru there te n wen nGRPreflftt n npresent e
present t tTM >
The Chair had n begun to count when whenMr wbeRIr
Mr Ir Henry added addedI
I will do my duty if the Char will willnot 1
not do his hisI
I congratulate the gentleman iro from n1 1
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said Id Mr Cannon very angrily an i1Y and with
fine sarcasm sarcasmI
I regret that I cannotin Cannot In turn con congratulate cotgrntulllte congratulate
gratulate the Chair snapped na OO Henry
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gratulatlons of the gentleman r e esponded esponded eaponded
sponded 3r Cannon with increasing increasingwarmth ancreaslnSwarm increasingwarmth
warmth warmthNor warm warmthNor tho thoNor
Nor will be l > e get it sali Jr ir Henry Henryas Henryas
as a final shot shotMr shotlr shotMr
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and announced that a quqrrm qUQ m was not notIn notIn notn
In n attendance In fact there was vas but a ascattering ascattering ascattering
scattering attendance perhaps somefiftyodd some somefiftyodd someCttdd
fiftyodd Cttdd members being In the Hcso H Hc 6o at atthe atthe atthe
the time Th The roll call was then de demanded demanded demanded ¬
manded and proceeded proceededCOMET proceededCOMET
COMET IS NOT NOTBEFORE DUE DUEBEFORE
BEFORE NEXT WEEK HEKSkygazers
Skygazers Sky who are up betimes 1m these thesedays thesedays
days and cutting short S Ort their morning morningnaps morningnaptl morningnaps
naps in order to welcome Halleys comet com comet ¬ J Jet
et back after its absence of seventy six sixyears sixyears sixyears r
years or thereabout UlereabouUlmay may as well go goback goback goback 1
back to to bed d The comet Is on the waraccording war waraccording wayaccording
according to the astronomers but It Ithas Itbas ithas
has not yet arrivedFather arrived arrivedFather arrivedoather
Father Hedrick director of the ob observatory obpenatorJ obrervatorr ¬
servatory at Georgetown University Universitystated Unlventltstato Universitystated >
stated stato this morntn morning that the comet will willnot tUInot wiltnot
not be visible for about one week yet yetThen yetThen
Then It may be seen at about sunrise sunriseuntil IilUprleeuntil sunriseuntil
until May Iay 14 4 after which date it wilt wihbe wlhbe wiltbe
be visible in the evenings for a time timeWhen timeWhen timeWhen
When it says goedby to earth it will willbegin willbegin
begin again its long Joo Journey around the thesun thesun I I
sun a Journey which requires threequarters three threequarters I Iquarters
quarters of a century
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from earth at present and whenS when whenldsible rtble rtblewill iblewill
will be but little nearer nearerSpring J JSpring
Spring Humors HumorsCome I ICerne
Come to most mo t people and cauae carne manytroublespimples many manytroubles manytroublosplnaples
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boas besides lose I M of appetite that tired tiredfeeling turdfeeling
feeling bfitoUMMM bOlo s indigestion and andheadache anflheadache I
headache headacheThe headacheThe
The sooner oner you get rid of them the thebetter thebetter
better and the way to get et rid of them themand thelland themand I
and to build up the system is to take takeHoods takeHoods takeHoods
Hoods Sarsaparilla SarsaparillaThe
The Spring Medicine par excellence excellenceas
as shown by unequaled radical andpermanent and andpermanent andI
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permanent curesGet cures curesGet curesGet
Get it today in usual liquid form orchocolaied or orchocolated orchoeolated
chocolated tattlers t letJI known as Sarsatabs SarsatabsSPECIAL SrsatbsSPECIAL SarsatabsSPECIAL
SPECIAL NOTICESSPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESSPECIAL NOTICESSPECIAL
SPECIAL MEETING EETI G OF THE BRICK BRICKLAYERS ¬
LAYERS UNION r IO NO 0 1 of 0 D C on onCoctellos
ThutrdaY rhur day April pril the 7tlt at t S P x at i
Coctellos Coat el1os Han Business Bu inet of > f importance
By order of the tb president presidentSigned presidentSigned ent
Signed GBO GE 8 W ELLIOTT ELLIOTTRecording ELLIOTTRecording
Recording Secy Sec
Members of No 2 requested to be beprecent bepresent
present apS3t apS3tOFFICE ap St StOFFICE I
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS BB8 OF THE I
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COLL COLLat 8U Waabtagum wa
March X h 28 s IBM Notice 1 Sa hereby b < < ebo ctv given tveR a that
in accordance < e with tb the prov 1 rOdMOBfS s4oas of Public
Act Xo 0 47 approved February 1 lJ > ma 1 en entitled entitled entitled
titled An Act to authorize certain chances c
IB th the permanent system IItem of highways plas IaB I
IMstrict of Columbia the Commissioners of
the District of Columbia wll give a public
tearing in the Board Roon of 0 said Com CommiMlooera C Cmil Cornmiaalenera
miMlooera mil oa April 16 1 i 11 ut eleven oclock oclocka
a m to all parties Interested or owning
land within and surrounding the territory
1 lying t ng west e of Rock Creek north of Mssa Massachusetts
ehuretts et avenue u asd OJeera Obeeraory IL ry Ciccie c east eastof e eof eastof
of 36th street west south tJa of Cathedral Csthe ra1 ave aveDue avecue ¬
Due southwest of Oevatand av avenue au south th ot e
Calvert Cahe street and southwest of Connecticut
avenue A plan of the proposed change within
the above abcn limits will wtllbe be displayed and the
CommlMlooers will wi consider any Dy suggestions auggest1GnsOC
or protests concerning tb the proposed propo change
and location or any highway or portion oC f
highways h1g ways as shown oa above a e meaUoaed plan
CLNO Ii RLDOLPH JOHN JOtr A JOHXSTON
WILLIAM V JUDSON CocuaUk CommlHtonens > ners Dis Dt ¬
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Boxes and Refrigerators repaired 2S + i
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THOSE PERSONS WHO WHO WITNESSED WIT ESSED
an accident occurring on 9th st between
E and F sis nw n on the > night of March rch I
160 f at about 11 oclock when hen a a man was
thrown from a car and injured will aid I
the injured lnju names man ma n ma materially terialsy by sending
their names and addresses to Rooms I
20S200 OO Evans BIdg BI < < 4 city ap3t api3tA j jA I
A MEETING OF ALMAS TEMPLE TE PLE
for the election of a representative to
the Imperial Council to flit a vacancy CRDCY
caused by b resignation is hereby ordered I
for THURSDAY Y EVENING EVE mG APRIL 7th
at S O LOCK National Rifles R1 es Armory i I i
first floor Conferring g order short I
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