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WKKKtEJTABr.IHKln3l. DAI LV esTAHLlMlKUlMZK. RICIIMOXu DAILY PALLADIUM 'WEDNESDAY. .1 AXUAU Y 13, l!M2. ONE CENT A COPY LODGE AND HOAR INDIANA STATE IIOl'SE. PHOTO BY E. F. DALBEY. DISTRICT BIG HMOND The Senators Do Not Agree On the Philippine Situation. HOAR WANTS TO KNOW lie Says There Are Confrnsr State merits About Affairs uml A-kn Another Committee. Mr. Loilge Who It Chairman f -I'reseut Committee Naturally Objects. Washington. Jan. 15. For the first time this session the Philippine ques tion was yesterday touched on In the senate. . The interest taken indicates that It will occupy the attention of the upper branch of congress for some time when the tariff bill is reported. The Philippines were the subject of an address by Mr. Hoar of Massachu setts, who spoke on his resolution in- iENATOR GKORC1K F. HOAR tr-xluced Monday providing for the ap pointment of a senate committee to investigate the administration of those inlands. Mr. Hoar spoke at some length regarding the unreliability of statements which hare been made ttotn time to time regarding the sit uation in the Phllppines and the catnretrlinls Ij-tcr&roiihrcAi.' , He urged that there should Be a place where any " senator in his offi cial capacity could go ana ask for two witnesses to prove correctness or in coirectness of any question upon which light is desired. Mr. I,olge. Mr. Hoar's colleague, said he regarded the resolution as a reflection on the Philippine committee of which he was chairman, and the necessity for the hitler would cease were this resolution to be adopted. His committee, he said, was perfectly able to han..le any in vtstigation which might be conducted. Mr Carmack (Dem.) agreed with him. The discussion was leading rapidly to an opening up of the whole Philippine question, when it was agreed that the resolution should go over. Mr. Mason of Illinois made a speech In favor of reciprocity with Cuba and discussed the protective policy generally. IT CAt'SKS TALK Mr. Ittev I'mpiwitiiin freites Much Washington. Jan. 15. The house continued the debate on the pension impropriation bill yesterday and de voted much time to the proposition ad vanced by Mr. RUey of Virginia to open the doors of the soldiers' homes to ex-Oonfederate veterans. Two no table speeches were made in support of the proposition, one by Mr. Gard nv, Michigan Republican, and th ether by Mr. DeArmond, a Missouri Democrat. Mr. DeArmond's eloquence atc-tzseil both sltfcs of the house. The Tie 5-iihlicans. with the exception of Mr. Gardner, took no part in the dis cussion of the Rixey suggestion, which rcot with niMi orpssition on the Dem erratic si.le on the sfound that it was tr-r!y !:;ipract'cccle. Mr. Lamb ct Virgin! read a number of telegram? Item prominent ex-Confederates of Richmond pro estfeg against It. the t'aii troMxition. Washington, Jan. 13. The house Nicaragua canal bill was considered jvsterday by the committee on inter oceanic canals, but action was de terred In order to permit further in vestigation of the proposition made by the Panama canal company. The ac ticn was due to the expressed wish cf a majority of the members of the committee to afford an opportunity to give fair consideration to the Panama proposition. There was also a senti ircnt expressed against any prolonged post pooement. Si. Louis Shirt Factory Burned. St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 15 The building occupied by Rice, Stis A Co.'s shirt factor v burned today. Loss $250,000. Partly insured. Henry O. Johnson went to Piqua today on a case In which he is one of the counsel. DECEMBERDEATHS in Indicna and Stcknesi Report for the Same Month. Reports to tie State Board of Health fcbow th re were 2,842 death n the whole state in December, 1901, rbich is an annual rate of 13 3 in t.000 In the preceding month there were 2 4U2 deaths and in DcCtjnberj. I'.HK) tin re wre.'2,fe805-''.- - i - , By important ages the December deaths were as follows: Under 1 year 380 or 14 2 of the total number; t to 4 years of age 151 or 5.6; 65 and ver 7t5 or 28 7. From important causes the deaths were: Tubercu'osis 35y. typhoid fever 86, diphtheria 51, scarlet fever 18, measles 3. whoopirg cough 11, pneumonia 380, cerebro spinal meningitis 22, innuenza 2a, puerperal fever 14, cancer 81, vio lence 14S. IHBAX AND RUARL DEATAS. All cities, total population 847,302, report 1,110 deaths, arate of 15 4 per 1,000 annually; the country, to'al population l,669,lt0, reports 1,732 deaths, a rate of 12.2. The cities, therefore, thow a rate which is 2.1 above the average for the state, and the country rate is 1.1 below the average for the state. SICKXESS IS DECEMBER. The cases of smallpox reported number 465 in the following coun ties: Vanderburg 40, Kosciusko 26. Tippecanoe 41, White 1, Union 13, Lawrence 1, Spencer 31, Vigo 1, Owen 3 Scott 12, Pike 1, Marshall 3, Switzerland 1, Randolph 3. Dearborn 9, Wamn 1, Kntx 4, Wabash 19, Warrick 41, Shtlby 12, Jt ffer on 80, Marion 12, Wane40, Davis 41, De catur 3, Madison 2, Pcrrj 20, Dela ware 4 One death in Warrick count and one in Tippecanoe. The folii wiig ditcuM s ptc vailed in the order given: Tnailiti0, bron chitis1, intfueLZ. rheumatism, pneu monia, typhoid fever, intermittent fevtr, pleuriti, s-carlet fever, diph theria,diarrhXfcl troubles.erys j.e'ac, intlamation of tte bowels, lueasles, dysentery, pueiptral f-ver, whoop ing cough, cerebro spinal menini is, cLolera morbus, cholera infLt jui. Officers Elected. The board of lady managers for the Home for the Friendless on Jan. 13 elected the following officers: Mrs. L. E. Ewini, resident. Mrs. E;iza Hiatt, first vice presi dent. Mrs. Richard Sedgwick, second vice-president. Mrs. Mark Wilson, corresponding secretary. Mrs. A. M. Taylor, recording sec retary. Mrs. Charles Bell, treasurer. Mrs. Sedgwick and Mrs. Folger Wilson, auditors. Great Interest at Grace Church. The revival meetings at Grace church are of remarkable interest. Many are turning to the Lord. At every service there are many con verts. Workers and seekers are at the church until 10 and '11 o'clock. Congregations are very large and the interest is widespread. There is xxd indue excitement in thes" meetings, jut i he pople are con vine d t,t the ruth c.f the gospeland accepting the call to Chi ist. Pajne Installed. Washington, D.C , Jan. 15 Hon. Henry C. Pajne took the oatb of office as postmaster general today. Engineer's Fatal Mistake. Peru, Ind , Jan. 15. J. E. Sible, an engineer on the Wabash, was fatally ir jured last night by jumping from a train when the-ligtis of the town of Attica appeared, he mistak ing them for a signal that the switch was turned. He stopped tha train and jumped crushing his skull. The track was all ribt. Health Office. Born to Joseph and Clara Smith Hickey, 651 south H street, a daugh ter, first child. Measles is reported in the follow ing families: Jeff Ferguson, 103 south sixteenth street. Margaret, a?ed 9 years. James Nichols, 812 south ninth stree. Lio, aged 10 year. Alotzo Grice, 1100 Main street. Marie, aged 8 years. Fred Wernstett, 509 south ninth street. Leslie, aged 9 years. Harmon Hasecoster, 712 south thirteenth street. Albert, aged 5 years. William A. Shroyer, 113 School street. Lena, aged 8 years. Jacob Fox, 106 south twelfth street. Roland, aged 8 years. John Hammei, 128 south seventh street. Bessie, aged 11 years. SMALLPOX. Tomoi row Mahlon Bell and son, the only occupants cf the pest house, will be released and sent home. The pest house will then be vacant. THAT SHOCK. i " It Was Caused By An Ex plosion Near Win 's Chester. j Peop'e all over town were c jnsider ably alarmed by a sudden shock which awakened a' least half of the poouUtion at about 3 o'clock this morning. It seemed as if a sudden ! powerful trust of wind had struck ihc ' side of the house, shaking the doors and windows e-pecially on the north side. Many were so startled that j they could not get to sleep again at ail and got up. There are all sorts of rumors with . regard to it. One was that a gas , well had blown up near Geneva. A man who came down from Winches- j ter at noon says that it was an ex-1 plosion three miles south of that J place, out particulars were not vet known in the came away. city at the time he LATEST QUOTATIONS. Chicago, HI , Jan. 15 . Wheat, 761 Corn. 601. Oats, 441. Toledo, O., Jan. 15 Wheat, 87J. " Mrs. George McCanley and - Miss Lillie Heckman were at Dayton, yes terday, gue&ts of Mrs. George Lantz Lynchers Fail. Maysville, Ky.. Jlkn. 15. A mob sturtn-d the jail at Fleminsbure early this morning to get the n gro priscc r, Cbarh s Caskirs, who is eh rged w'th the trurderof James Rj'ar, son of Officer Ryan, atd who had been kpt in the Newport jail fur safety until yesterday when the trial began. The jailor ma?e desperate resistance. The outer door was brtken open ar.d windows smashed with a dynamite bomb but it failed. WTben daylight came the lynchers withdrew, fearing ldentmeation Foraker Declared .Elected. Columbus, O., Jan. 15. The legis lature on joint session today declared the election cf J. B. Foraker U. S. senator for the second term. After the declaration of the result Senator Foraker was intro uced and made an address which was rieeived with ap plause. Multi-Millionaire and He Died. Appleton, Wis , Jan. 15. A. W. Pat ton, the mlti-miilionaire paper manufacturer, died today. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Mitchell Mrs. Cynthia Mitchell, aged 61 years, died Tuesday after noon at the home of her daughter, corner third street and Richmond avenue, from softening of the brain. The remains were taken to Indi anapolis this morning for interment. Baanett Mr. Barnett aged tixty years, died at his home, number 46 south fifth street, Tuesday after noon at 1;30 The funeral will take place from the home Friday at 2 p. m. Friends may call any time after Thursday morning. Rev. I. M. Hughes will officiate at the funeral. Interment will be at Earlham. McAdams Mrs. Wiliam H. McAd ams died at their home, 724 north eighth street, at 1:30 this afternoon, at the age of 53 years. The fuueral will be announced tomorrow. ; In his will, recorded today, B. B. Bet s m d.rects that if his children are not satisfied with the distribu tion of his property as in the will it shall be adjusted by three disinter ested referets to be selected by his executors, whoe decision shall be final. The property is to be divided beiween his widow, Alinda Beeson, and his children, Isaac Bee son, Mary Tavlor, E. O. BeesOQ and F. L. Beeson according to the common law of the state. Samuel Lamb and E. O. Beeson are named executors. Dated Janua-y 2, 1902. D. S. Wiggins and Zimri Harrison are the witnesses, University Extension Center meets this evening at high school. Ad dress by Dr. Charles Zoeblin of Uni versity "of Cnicago. Augustus Malott and Ida M. Han agan, of Centerviile, were granted a marriage license todav. A marriage license was issued this morning to Frank Archibali and Anna Allen, of Richmond. Webb lodge of Masons have their regular meeting this evening. . . THE TOTE CASE. Prospects in Circuit Court for a Right Lively Time. The case of Mr. White v. the C, R. & M. Railway Co., which has oc cupied the circuit court for some weeks, is nearing its end. , It has been very hard foaybt case from 4 the begjnniwgf, beipg oneff tt rroT-, important mhf try thi. court fi" being represen t'-d tef it.7r woowrist. The other are fighters. Yesterday the dav a taken up with the arguments of John F Robbing and T. J. Study. ToJay R. A. Jackson and John L. Rupe c'osed the argument. It is not thought there will be any criminal cases tried at this term for lack of time, thi ugh there may be. The next case on the docket is that of the Ice Company vs the C. R. & M. for filling up Thistlethwaite's pond, but it setms to be understood this case will not be tried this term. The February term opens in about two weeks and it is likely the crimi nal cases will be all sent over to that term in an attempt to clean up the civil docket a little. With the nu merous liquor cases and other indict ments by the last grand jury the Feb ruary term bids fair to be a particu larly bard one. The saloon men are going to fight, and the Good Citizen's League also mean business. WITTS STATION. Miss Edith Brattain has been out of tchool the past three weeks on ac count of sickness. She will return to the Richmond high school, how ever, in the near future. L. C. Witt returned to Muncie after a visit with friends in this vicinity. j The schools of tv is township closed . this week until the smalipox scare; has abated. However there have j been no new casf s late'y. J Tom Lamb shipped a car load of hogrs from this point Thursday. i The majrity of our neighborhood have been vav.c n-.ted. HAGERST0WN. Mrs. Minor Horning returned from a visit to ber brother at Delphos, O. Bennett Weaver has accepted a po sition with the Wilkie Refrigerator Co. at Anderson, Ind. Rev. Warbington went to Marion, Ind., last Tuesday week on a busi ness trip. The Masons conferred the degree of entered apprentice on six candi dates. The Republicans held their town ship convention last Saturday and elected a chairman and township committee. Mrs. Leah Staocm went to New Castle to spend the winter. The Irving Terry combination, who were at Indianapolis last night, passed through this morning on a special train enroute to Columbus. While here Sir Henry paced the platform and expressed great grief at the closing of "Caught in the Web." Republican Convention at Cambridge City - What was Done And Said. The sixth di-trict R -publican con ention at Cambrice Citv ttday -a attended b a large reprecta iou from every tmui in tuj dis trict. Miles K Moffitt asca-riuan ot the district e mmitte call d the n eet tog to order. On motion, Charles S. Herniey of New Castle va5 Ucted peruuauent ch.irman and W. S. .Vlonigt m-ry of t ren field sec-rtary. The ctairmt-u of the repevl've county e uauaittres wre appointed a committee on resolutioi s. Ti res olutions deplored the dt-ath i f Mt Kinley, Harrison and Mount; en dorsed Prt-s-ident Roosevelt, the In diana Republican delegation "la con gress, making special mention of the -enators and Hon. James E Watson, representative of the sixth d. strict- The time for the congressional con vention was fixed the 20th of Feb ruary acd Connersviile was selected as the place for holdiug it. Miles K. Moflitt was re-elected dis trict chairman by acclamation. Speeches were delivered by C. C. Binkley, Perry Newby and H. C Starr. The train which took most of the R.cbmond delegation over to Cam bridge was about an hour la:e this, mornirg, and the meeting was about over wuen they t;oi there. ACCIDENT At the Polo Game at the Rink Last Night. Arch Johnson, one of the memo re of the Muncie polo team, went heme today with a broken arm, as the re sult of too much ardor in the game. The accident is not charanie to any hard feelings, simply ot e of the dangers of the game. Boil teams were working hard, atd tiete are two stories of how the ac cident occurred. Johnson atid Van ; yllen were after a high ball. The marks on Johnson's w: is V show he met with a terrible blow, hut how it was reeeivediis not clear On story is hVanjaAJln in tifikiLi isiihc b.a" xw tiir t - wit ti latter acYs:riw is t bat joonson a -a . wrist was caught between the polr club and the railing and snapped off". " He was taken to the Westcott phar macy and Dr. Bulla called, w ho re duced the fracture and sent the man home. It is hoped there will do permanent results, but time will be required to tell that. CHESTER. Chester R publicans sre wide awake and mnv of ttem wer at RchmoLd Saturdey to attend the township convention. Solomon Huffman has been visit ing friends at Cincinnati. A jolly party of young peopl paid their friend, Miss Grace Bulla, a sur prise vi&it at the home of her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Bulla, in Spring Grove Fridav evening. The parties attending were masked.Tbere were twenty five present and a verr merry evening was passed. Miss Tru&ia Williamson entertain ed Saturday eve-iing in a social way in honor cf herc usin, Miss Lottie French, who is visiting her. Frank Pitman and Roy Robinron visited at Middletown, O., over Sun day. Orville Sheiffer, who is attending business college at Indianapoli?, is very much interested in his stWHe and is very pleasantly situated. Clifford and Homer Frazier, for mer Chester boys, write from their new home in California. Clifford is -much pleased with his home stead, is busy improving it. He. went out one morning a short dis tance from his home with his- gut and had the good luck to shoot two' fine deer. Wild game is very plenti ful where he lives. Homer is work ing at the steam laundry at Red ding, the county seat of Shasta county. Both are getting along fite and en joying themselves. Rev. Randolph and wife, eyangelist& of Cleveland, Ohio, will commence a, revival meeting at the Friends church Wednesday morning at 13 o'clock. Meeting to continue to ara. indefinite period. Mrs. Cora Frazier Isenhour has been here visiting her parents. Alexander Martin, our mail car rier, entertained a number of hist friends at a fine dinner Sunday. Sev eral from Chester were in attend ance. Rev. Harter's appointment was filled Sunday by Rev. Laugbmaa. Hannah N. Grave of Richmond was visiting relatives here last week. Her sister. Mrs. Jane Stidham, ac companied her home. Grandma Smith, who is spendiir the winter with her son, Sawuei Smith, is enjoying the best of health, and will not return home until spring.