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THE WASHINGTON TItttiS, TUESDAY, 3IAY 23, 1911. -J--CJ. - "i-g - "i.pR LITTLETON BITTER, DENOUNCING PLAN TO RECALL JUDGES Jn Maiden Speech Asserts It Would Prostrate Ju 1 'dicial Power. A bitter arraignment of the plan for the recall of judges as a blow which would "strike from the splendid struc ture of free government the arch upon which It has come to rest with unshak en confidence," was made In the House today by Representative Martin W. Lit tleton (DemT. N. Y.). It was Littleton's maiden speech as a Congressman, and received closest at tention. He spoke with nls desk piled high with formidable looking docu ments, and opened the day's debate on the Arizona and New Mexico Statehood Resolution. "The seasoned and staid traditions of Impeachment are to be translated Into a trial by tumult. The orderly processes of regulated justice are to be converted Into sporadic assaults born of hate and disappointment. "The dignified minister of the estab lished law ennobled by the grandeur of his lofty station and disciplined by the pressure of a sober responsibility Is to be degraded by the impending threat and distracted by the uncertainty of precarious tenure. Malignant Passion Menace. "The misguided or malignant passion of an unimportant fragment of the com munity may recklessly accuse the most stainless judge, and by a groundless charge put suspicion In the place of confidence and distrust in the place of faith. "The lying litigant, baffled In his mendacious effort to subsidize the court to make secure his fabricated cause. Irys his unscrupulous hand upon this ruthless weapon to strike from public esteem the upright judge. "The culpable confederates of the convicted criminal, audacious In that freedom which has foiled detection and angered at the thought that tardy Jus tice has overtaken one of their number, can assemble and foment the necessary and Irresponsible fraction to put on trial the conservator of public honor. The corporate bandit, marauding through the legitimate fields of honest commerce ind finally condemned by the firm hand of an Incorruptible court, can turn Its passive chagrin into active revenge and summen sufficient of Its dependents to write a recall. "The ngrarian agitator, whose up lifted hand is always against the sub stance and the symbols of order, unable to write his crooked creed into the court's decrees, will call for venal vol unteers to rebuke the judge who dared deny his loud protestations. "The reformer, whose righteous task and unbalanced Judgment makes him at once the most attractive and most dan gerous of men, will find the courst ar chaic and too rigidly bound to serve the elastic purpose of his pretentious program, and his honest wrath will stir the souls of his faithful followers to issue a recall In the name of all polit ical virtue. The Joint resolution, which will prob ably pass the House today, sends back the Arizona constitution, with the hint that that Territory shall eliminate the recall of the judiciary. If It retains the initiative and refer endum and the recall of other public officers the HouBe will let the Territory have Its waj, although it Is understood that the President would not sign the proclamation admlttlnc the State with the recall of judges still in effect. The New Mexico constitution goes back in order that It may be made eas ier of amendment, charges halng been made In the House that It is hidebound and practically unamendable. Murphy's Man Wins. ALBANY, N. Y.. May 23 Wlthovt any serious 6r pronounced opposition, the Senate has confirmed the appoint ment of Danitl F Cohalan. close filend of Chailcs F Murphy, of Tammanj Hall, to succeed T'nited Stafes Senator O'Gorman, as Judpe of the Supreme Court MARRIAGES HECKEKT CASASSA Sadie M Casassa to James W Beckert. No ember 18, 1910. by Rev Father KniR, at St. Paul's Church. DEATHS BROWN On Sundaj, May 21, 1911 at 3 a m ARTHt'R, son of Lucy Brown Funeral services at the residence of his wife, Mary E Iirnwn. 2006 Einhth street northwest. Tuesday. May 23, at 3 p. m. Friends Invited BOGI.EY Suddon! on Sunday, May M. 1911 U 11 50 p. m , at his residence, 1507 Twenty-eighth street northwest. REUBEN A BOGLEY. SK . In the seventy-seventh year of his ace Notice of funeral later. CJtOW-vOn Monday. Mj 22. 1911, at' 5.30 a m . FRANK T , beloved husband of Mary Crow. Funeral from his late residence, IMS V street northwest. Wednesday. May 24. at 9.30 a. m . thence to St. Paul's Church. Fifteenth and V streets northwest Rela tives and friends Invited. HABLAM On Sundaj. -May a, 111, ESTHER D. HASLAM, widow of the late Lieut. Thomas Haslam Funeral from her late residence, 10$ E street northwest. Tuesday. May 23, at I p. m Interment private Please omit flowers KNOOP On Monday. May 22. 1911, at 7:10 a m FREDERICK KNOOP. aged sixty eight years Funeral service at his late residence. S10 Q street northwest, Wednesday May 24, at 3 p m. Interment private LITTLROn Monday. May 22. 1911, at her residence. 524 D street northeast, ELWA BETH, the beloved wife of Israel W Lit tle, aged sixty-five vears Notice of funeral hereafter. BTREETT Suddenly, on May 31. 1M1. at II noon. WILLIAM F STREETT, aged six teen, son of Carrie and the late William Streett. Funeral from late residence, 910 Fifteenth street southeast. Wednesday, May 24, at 2 p m Friends and relatives Invited to attend WALKER-On Sunday. May 21, 1911, at Children's Hospital. EDGAR WALKER, beloved son of Frank and Nellie G. Walk er aged eight years. Funeral from parents' residence, 134 Balti more street northwest. Wednesday. May 24, at 3 o'clock p ra. Relatives and friends respectfully Invited to attend. (Fredericksburg, Va., papers please copy.) ZIER-On Monday, Mav 22. 1911. PHILIP W . the youngest and beloved son of Philip R. and Lottie C Zler (nee Rick). Funeral from his parents' residence, on Canal road. D. C, "Wednesday, May 24. at 3 o'clock p. m. Relatives and friends re spectfully invited to attend. Interment at Prospect Hill Cemetery- UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER AND LIVERY. 332 Pb. Ave. X. W. Telephone M. 13SS. Washington, D. C FUNERAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS. ef every description moderately priced. GUDE. 1214 F St. Window Shades Fitted To Yon Windows, 30c Best quality oil, band-made opaqu Hartshorn Hollers, hang free SSa Crotch Holland Shade 75 THE WM. BLV91 STORES. 743 to 747 Eighth St S. E. Bring Tola Ad For Aboy Reductions INST GAT TO ALL OFFENDERS Bill Passed, by Mexican Con . gress Corral -Resigned, Is Report. .(Continued from First Page.) surrender because the garrison numbers only 300. Peon del Valle, vice president of the congress, has resigned because Diaz is resigning. It Is believed all the friends of Diaz will follow his example. Many Are Slain. Official reports of the national rail ways confirm the reports of a massacre of 206 Chinese at Torreon. a majority of whom were naturalized Mexicans. Newspaper dispatches assert that an attack on Torreon after the massacre, resulted in 1,000 dead and 600 wounded. This Is unconfirmed. Bands of rebels nightly board and search the 'Mexican Railway train near Codoba, hunting for Reyes. They mo lested passengers last night, and a band attacked the train between Ksperanza and San Marcos, and robbed the express of 4,000 pesos. The passengers were un molested. The rebels menace Leon and Guana juato. They entered Cuernavaca yes terday and are maintaining order. The federals evacuated and camped on the outskirts of Mexico City last night, en tering today in company with forces from Cuantla, bringing sixty wounded. Financiers fear exchange will be shat tered because there are no exports, and all trade is In imports. As the result of the revolution $38,000,000 In gold coin was shipped from the country this month, besides bullion. Outlook Is Bright For an Harmonious Cabinet, Is Report JUAREZ, lay 23. Ernesto Madero's announcement from Monterey that he would accept the portfolio of finance in In the ministry that is to counsel Senor de la Barra as provisional president, has given great -satisfaction to Fran cisco I. Madero, Jr., and his chiefs. They said today t"hat the outlook for an harmonious and effective cabinet was auspicious. Its components, as agreed upon now, are Ernesto Madero, minister of fi nance; Manuel Calero. minister of colo nization and industry; Manuel Bonilla, minister of public utilities, Francisco asquez Gomez, minister of public in struction, and Emlllo Vasquez Gomez, minister of interior administration. Vasquez Tagle. of Mexico City, has not yet accepted the portfolio of Justice. Ill health Is said to deter him. Disquieting reports continue to reach Madero's headquarters from various parts of Mexico. The clen tiflcos is reported to be preparing to offer Madero all opposition possible In the formation of a .new govern ment. The opposition Is not expect ed to be anything but political, how ever. . The fact that the fighting by independent rebel bands has not ceased is ta hat alarms Madero more than anything else. If President Diaz causes another breaking of the armistice he had bet ter look to his head, according to a message received by the rebel chief tain. LaXeri. the "Amazon rebel leader," operating In Sonora state with the army of General Guerrero has threat ened to cut off the aged President's nead and present It to Madero on a silver charger. When Madero's telegram to Guerrero reached the latter's enmp, LaNerl tel egraphed back. She told Madero she would lay down her arms but If Diaz did not live up strictly to the terms of the peace treaty, she would Im mediately carr yout her head sever ing threat. Envoys to Interior. It was apparent today that Madero regarded it as vital to his leadership that he bring peace among the insur gents, now that has has signed a peace treaty with Diaz. Todav he sent his brothers, Gustavo and Emilio, Into the interior of Mexico to pacify the rebel bands still insisting upon continuing to fight. The operations of the socialist party of Mexico are causing considerable trouble to Madero. Copies of La ite generaclon, organ of the Los Angeles Junta, were confiscated by Madero to day.' The edition contained an attack, on Madero, calling him a slave driver, ' and demanding the election of Edward Magon as president. "Magon and Figueroa are nearly so cialists," said Madero. sr., today. They want to cause trouble here as they do everywhere else." Cannot Burn Cannot Explode. PJVA Cleans Fancy Ties Vests CARgjWA Cleans i Flanne Serge and) Suits Cleans All Wearing Appara Remove Grease Spots Instantly. lie, 85c SOc, fl botUet. All drug atonn. AIONB THE REBELS 1 ff Peteraaa'aDtecoTcry km bed M V bass and 4sMtrgg- A sura prarenthn.M I Peteroaaa'a Roach Food us roaches, water bee sad beetle. Stand- I t ardforM mi. A Petermaa't Moth Food Odor- M loss ITWii itln A ar preventive, gt Lpctermao'i Ant Food MW H k ut Mad fliCH. jF H BW ioMost on Fetcnnv& r H I fcAtaU4eakcvpr CARB mi vtl i TtN .WiWil . k us i we in n Y?i: i!' KfciEilUISri 'I fSifca ,r& MVh CONGRESS TALKS OF RECESSING TO AfOlO THE HEAT r Lapse .From Jirly to Octo ber Is Plan Dis- ' , cussed. (Continued' from First Page.) morrow, but they will not be the kind of showers for which Washlng tonians had hoped. Even if It does rain, there will be no drop In tem perature. V Light variable winds are also prom ised for tomorrow, but they wllUbe the same kind of winds that have blown over the city today. They will not deceive any one into believing that it Is colder than the thermometer says It Is. The class rooms In the different graded schools got so hot this morn ing that Superintendent Stuart de cided to close all the buildings after the morning session. Classes were held Onlv in tho hlch Bfthnnl. tut- afternoon. Many a boy who had a half-holiday, thought longingly of the time When th hflthlnn hAnith will .. ed and he can take a cooling swim. " "is ueen planned to open the beac On June 3. SlftOT- thA Rnhnnla .1aa nA that the attraction will not prove too strong an inducement for some of the boys to play "hookey." How ever, if it is decided to close the schools every afternoon. It may be decided to advance the opening date at the beach. ..Y?.rm weather continues In all the Middle Atlantic States, the upper Ohio valley, and the western portion of New England, according to the bulletin Is sued at the Weather Bureau. New England is promised a lower tempera ture tonight In the western portion, whllA MnrvlnrM Vtrfl-lnln , w nearby States will fare about the same d me ivjoirici oi uoiumDia. The heat prostrations reported yester day were: i-mma Bowie, a negress, was treated at Casualty Hospital after she had fallen from the heat in a drug store at Seventh and Massachusetts avenue. She was able to go to her home this morn ing. She lives at 401 Childs street. Mrs. Mar- Lee. white, thirty-five ears old. who lives at S30 Eleventh street northeast, succumbed to the heat last night while she was In front of her home and, falling, received several painful cuts. She- is at Casualty Hos pitals Her condition Is not serious. Vincent Miles, a negro, forty years old, was taken to Casualty Hospital from Thirteenth' and K streets south east, where he fell prostrated from the heat. Charles Llnklns. of the Gospel Mission, on John Marshall place, was taken ill from the heat, and removed from 1609 Seventeenth street northwest to Emer gency Hospital. His condition Is not serious. Charles Briscoe, a negro, is at Emer gency Hospital. He was overcome on the street yesterday afternoon about 3:30 o'clock. All Grade Schools Are Closed at Noon Because of the Heat Every graded school In the District of Columbia was closed after the morning- session today because of the hot weather. The action was taken by Superinten dent A. T. Stuart following the filing of numerous complaints during the last few days about the excessive heat in the different buildings by parents of the children, who have suffered greatly. In the twenty-flve portable wooden buildings the conditions are such that the classes may be discontinued alto gether If the hot weather keeps up and other quarters cannot be found Announcement that there would be no afternoon session today was made In the classrooms Just before the clos ing of the morning session, and brought Joy to the hearts of the 60,000 schoot children who have sweltered over their books and recitations in the .hot, stuffy class rooms. The question of the closing hour for the morning session was left with the supervising principals of the different divisions. In the buildings where the heat had made the rooms unbearable the schools were closed at the regular hour, 12 o'clock. In some of the other buildings where the heat ;was not so bad the sessions continued until 12-30. All of the schools will convene at the regular hourv tomorrow and the question of closing altogether, or hav ing only a half-day session, will de pend entirely upon the weather. Mr. Stuart decided yesterday that if the hot weather kept up It would be necessary to take drastic action today. Hundreds of complaints haw been re ceived from parents of small children, who wrote the superintendent that It imposed a great hardship on the chil dren to return to school through Oie hot streets for the afternoon session. Some of the children live a considerable distance from the schools, and are obliged to walk seVeral blocks to their homes for lunch. MODERN REFRIGERATORS Ice Chests, Water Coolers. Ice Cream Freezers OJfBStiJKuiuitA'iiuif'Htfj SirUtirriTrtfUHlrt. White House Floor Oil- BARBER TtC.V . K . j?- : ,-cjz '. w SUGAR TRUST WINS GREAT VICTORY IN E Injunction Granted Restrain ing Commission From In terfering With Privileges. (Continued from First Page.) disposition to make itself a sort of appellate commission. In the Califor nia switching cases the commission ordered that certain switching charges be discontinued by the South ern Pacific and Santa Fe roads. When the case was appealed, Judge Mack was sent to California to take some new testimony for the commerce court. The commission, considering tha the Commerce court had no authority to do this, but was bound to accept the commission's findings of fact, sent Attorney Farrell along. When Judge Mack started to take testimony Mr. Farrell, for the commission, en tered the most determined objections to the whole procedure. He made it so strong that Judge Mack returned to Washington for conference with his associates on the bench, as to their right to proceed in this wise. Question Still Up. The court Is still In consideration of this question, and apparently has not decided whether It will press Its claim to authority to pursue original Investi gations, supplemental to those of the Commission. The developments In these two" cases have convinced officials, of the Com mlsslom that the Commerce Court is determined to assume the very broadest authority over all proceedings of the Commission. It is the determination of the Commission, so far as could be developed today, to resist this claim, and to carry to the Supreme Court every point at which the Commerce Court assumes to trench upon what the Commission considers Its exclusive Jurisdiction. Officials of the Commission today declined to permit themselves to be quoted with reference to the breach for such It Is widely regarded between the Commission and Court But there was not the sllghest difficulty In secur ing most vigorous statements of the position and the feelings of the Com mission. Big Trust Executed On Masonic Temple Four hundred thousand dollars Is to be paid the National Security and Trust Company of Washington by the Thirty third Degree Scottish Rite Masons with in the next five jears to retire forty mortgage notes given In securing a loan for the erection of Its new temple at Sixteenth and S streets northwest A deed of trust, conveying the temple and site to the trust company, was filed for record yesterday. The mortgage notes are to bear in terest at the rate of 5 per cent per annum. C01 RC COURT inHaa(aasaHssssH y wV ill mil i W i raSPKfiL If you are going to buy a Refrigerator, don't fail to inspect our stock. We carry the largest and best stock of Refrigerators of any store in Washington. Refrigerators that are constructed on scientific principles, embodying the best and only construction for reaching a very low temperature in the shortest time and with the smallest consumption of ice. Refrigerators White Mountain Refrigerators, $0 up. Oohn Syphon Refrigerator, $35. Stone White Refrigerators, (20. Nursery Refrigerator, 92.50. Ice Chests White aionntaintfci Chests, $5. White Enamel-- lined Ice Chest, $6 up. ' & ROSS. J- a--yA-Jiji .- :Tf.-te " VS6.aH - Icemen Giving Full Weight, Says Haskell Things are breaking good for the Ice man. Not only Is the weather entirely suitable to him, but he stands- In the full glow of public approval bestowed upon him by"Coi: W. C. Haskell, super intendent of -weights and measures. This Is the season of the year when the colonel dons his gum shoes and seeks the trail of the Iceman. His In vestigations have shown that dealers are delivering their goods In large pack ages. "Complaints this season have been few In number, and some of these were discovered to be unfounded," said Colo nel Haskell today. "The Icemen are giving full weight, and I have nothing but words of commendation for them. "But It may be added that I shall not relax my vigilance. Wc shtill continue to keep an eye on them.' A SEASONABLE SHOE SUGGESTION rPsx Look over our large and mer stock before you decide on your shoes. The REGENT Shoe isa shoe ofclass all varieties of styles and lasts and along with "quality and service you save a Dollar. The REGENT, 943 Pa. Ave. N. W. 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Ice Cream Freezers Yon can have frozen dessert rrhenever you want them, and at little cost, If yon have a freezer. Beat Freezera at low est prices here. Water Coolers You'll Trent to have Ice water on tap these hot days, and will need a good cooler. AVe are: showing Best Coolers at very reasonable prices. The Best in America You Should Use It on Those Floors You Will Get Gratifying Results 11th & G Sis. X ; IfcSJ " - 'V'vl -mmi 4$ Vw- f -AjJf Tolson to Be Returned To New York'Police John Nelson Tolson, arrested yester day by Detectives Howes and Messer, who found In his possession hundreds of dollars' worth of Jewelry, will be held for the New York authorities. Mrs. Harry Salvin. Tolson's sljjter, hap pened to be In Washington and Identi fied the valuables as belonging to her. Her husband Is the proprietor of a ho tel at E34 West 147th street. The New York detective office has asked thelo cal police to hold "Poison. , Detective Islah Cox of the local Cen tral Office, says that he arrested Tol son more than a year ago for grand lar ceny, while Tolson was making his home in Washington. At that time, according to the detective, Tolson was sent to serve a term In the Atlanta penitentiary. The REGENT $2.50 Shoe for Men beautiful Spring and Sum SERVE F N. W. out harm to its lustre and whiteness. Not only is Cuticle Enamel crack less and chipless it will not peel nor blister indoors or outdoors. Forms a tough, elastic skin, and keeps its elasticity always. Impervious to dirt, germs and moisture. Not softened by acids, ammonia, or hot weather. Hard but not brittle. Unstainable. There are inferior enamels that look like Cuticle. 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