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SIGNALSFROM SIGNALS FROM ENGLANDTO ENGLAND ENGLANDTO
r f TO AMERICAS SHORES SHORESWireless SHORESWireJe SHORESWireless
Wireless WireJe s Telegraphy T From Rocky Cornwall Coniw llto to St StJohnsNewfoundland StJohns StJohns
JohnsNewfoundland JohnsNewfoundlandMarconi Johns rNeyfQundland rNeyfQundlandMarc NewfoundIandMarcOn3
Marconi Marc niScores Scores the Greatest Greatest Scientific Success Su cessint in the e History of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th World
St John N P Dee De 14WIIUaM 14WIIUaMN 14 WillUm WillUmMarconi
I Marconi N TOOm announced the tb moat wonder wonderful VOQIierful wosderlul ¬
ful actevtiflc discovery of modern time timetonight tiJaestonl8ht Umeton1ht
tonight in btstauag stating that he had rm received receivedelectric stvd stvdT eeJ eeJelectric
T electric signals across the Atlantic Atlanticocean Atlabtlooceantrom AtIaIUOocean
ocean oceantrom from his station in Cornwall CornwallBorland Com Cornw1lEngland n nEncland
Borland He explains that before beforeleaving beforeeaving beforeleaving
leaving England be made plans for foraccomplishng 10raccompUbng foraccomplibn
accomplishng this result for while whilehis whUebia whileh1
his h1 primary object wa was 10 o com0iraicate com0iraicatewith comrJdeateWith commrnhcaewith
with ocean Users in midoeean JD1doeeaa110ped he hehoped e ehoped
hoped aleo to succeed in attaining at l lwonderful Uk Ukwonderful tI tIwonderful
wonderful scientific scleiiU l6c achievement of ofartelew 0eIe
1 artelew eIe telegraphy across the Atlantic AtlanticSignor AUtleSignor AtlsntleI
I Signor Marconis station in Cornwall Cornwallis
1 is vev ve rowerful He possesses an eke eleetric eleCtric eketric
tric foice tOI CP generated gener ted there 100 times timesCenter timesTMter tImeskr09ter
Center TMter than his hi ordinary stations Be Before BetOie Befoe ¬
fore K t J left England he arranged with withthe withthe withthe
the ekCtriclan in charge of the station stationwhich atdonwhich attftrnwhich
which is i located at Pold Poldu iu that signals signalsshould signaliI iiWJahol
I should d be sent daily nfter a certain certaindate certaJadat certIndate
date hich he would cable him after afterhaving afterbav afterhaviug
having bav perfected his arrangements arrangementshere arranernntshere
here hereSigner he hereSIXnor
heSlpol
Signer Marconi arrived here a week weekgo 1 ek ekngo k kIi
Ii ngo go o Sriday selected Signal hill at the theentrance theentl theentrance
entrance n e to the harbor as an expert experimenting expertmentlDC expertmenting ¬
menting station and moved his equip equipment equipmtnt elutpnunt ¬
ment there Last Monday K 1day e cabled to tothe tothe tothe
the Poldhu station to begin seudiag seudiagEignals ll seudingcignals u ift iftilnala
Eignals at 3 p m daily and to continue continuethem continuethem contInues
s them until 6 p po m these hours being beingrespectively belnereapeetlMIy beingrespectively
respectively 1130 a a m and ad 111 S p m mStJohns InSt mSt
StJohns St Julin time During these hours hoursWednesday MUftiWed hoursWednesday
Wednesday Wed 8dq Signor Marconi elevated a awith aWIth awith
with an aerial wire by means of which whicheignals whichEipIs whichI
I eignals are sent or received He re remained remained rernalned ¬
mained at the recorder attached attac ed to the thereceiving th threceiving thereceiving
receiving apparatus and to his pro profound pr0 pr0found prOfound
found satisfaction signals were re received received rece1ed ¬
ceived by him at intervals according accordingto
to the programme arranged previously prevlOUJlYWith prevtou1ywith previouslywith
with the operator o rator at Poldhu Thee Theesignals T1aeftsignals Thsesignals
signals consisted of repeating at Inter Intervals Intervals intervals ¬
vals the letter S which in Marconis Marconiscode Marconiscode MarconIscode
code is made by three t ee dots or quick quickstrokes quickitr quick3trekes
strokes itr kell This signal I was repeated so sofrequently 80frequently sofmequently
frequently and so in accordance with withthe withthe withthe
the detailed plan arranged to provide providesafeguards provieJe8teguards providesafeguards
safeguards against possibility of mis mistake JDIa JDIatake mistake ¬
take thrt th t Signor Marconi was satisfied satisfiedthat utJII8edthat satledthat
that It was a gentulne gentulnefrom transmission transmissionfrom transmissionfrom
from England EnglandAssurance EnglandAS1IUlAnce EnglandAssurance
Assurance Doubly Dou Doubi ly Sure SureAgain Surealn SuraAain
Again aln on Thursday djtriaff the eme emehoura same samehours minehours
hours tfee MW ttt was elevated and the thesame theme theSan
same San me etgHsis were rene1l renewed This ms ie iethe iethe itthe
the assurance Dce so o complete plete lkt tllatJIPor tllatJIPorMrcont agnor agnorMarconi gnor gnorI
I Marconi cabled bled to tobla his mincfpsJg JK1n irtndps1aZngland a aEngland i iEngland
England and nd also informed the fov fovernor fOVernor ov overnor
ernor of New Foundland Sir Cavenfti ealr t i
i TOOL MAKERS r COMBINE COMBINECapitalized COMBINECapitalized COMBiNECapitalized
Capitalized atIO000000 atlOOOOOOTeI atlOOOOOOTeII atlOOOOOOTeIephone Tel Telephone Telephone
ephone Business in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
I
United States StatesNew Statej StateNew
j
New York Dec MThe reports reportsof o the theconeolUadOM theCOJ1foUdatlcla thecoiaoUdatios
coneolUadOM of plants s of Wadtag ksdlIIgers ksdlIIgersof t Xers Xersof te teol
of pmiinastlc neusmdc tIc tools t tTbe has a been eopflrnlA eopflrnlAThe eaWkM eaWkMThe
The new oom 007 MD7 > ny wffl not take over ver 1 1tbe aH aHthe e ethe
the pneumatic tool manufacturers nafeture as WHS WHSat wuaat wusat
at first expected but win include the va various various vailous ¬
rious concerns in which J W Dund Dundi Duntley Duntleyis
is i president and the ChMtoJm ChMtoJmManufacturing C CIIISOIIflManufacturing IB IBXanutactunng
Manufacturing cotnpacy of Cleveland d 3 3W IW 1w
W Duntley will be the president of the thenew thel1ew thenew
new concern concernIt
It is reported that tI the company Is to tob tobe tobe
b be capitalized at MJMttO 10 and that an anextensive anextenlltw anextensIve
extensive plant for f the manufacture of ofr ofI otpneumatic
pneumatic c specialties peclaJU may be 1 bmflt in inGrmany IQTelephone lnfjtiinany
fjtiinanyr Grmany r
r I Telephone Business BusinessNew Batn BatnNew BusinessNew
New York Dec 14 HThe The Electrical Re Review X Xview Review ¬
view gives data on the telephone business businessin b bIn
i in the United States Stat showing that In mrluding Inrludlng ineluding
eluding all companies there are 4411 ex exchanges achaJlges exchazges ¬
changes in operation with 2138317 tele telephones tetepbOIWS teIcphones ¬
phones In use The total capital capltallnyfltt capltallnyflttill invest investis
is nearly nar1 neary 500000000 One t ne company em employs employ em1oys ¬
ploys 1oys 33 33JIOO < iOO persons and handles handlesOO 2W6ew 2000110O
O 000 nUs < ills lls per year ear The manufacturing manufacturingside maDU1acturmsHe
side s estimated to produce a total of oft f
t l 3000 telephones tellph nes per cay Iay the annual out output output output ¬
put of f instrument with their accessory accessoryapparatus a accessoryapparatus esaory esaoryapparatus
apparatus being bf lnc valued val M at between betweenOIK 160 16000i 0 00G0
00i 0G0 0 and a nd ptOOOOOO ptOOOOOOItAISDf > 00000 00000BAisnr 000000C
C RAISIN CROP OOXKBRBD OOXKBRBDffhat OOXRBBDI Kxmumrht
I ffhat is the Bscuse Exeu e Offered for fornwn fornwnPricetl4 Baiftn BaiftnPrice1 B4n B4nPricee
Price1 Price1Wrsno Pricetl4tJno 4 5 5reano
Wrsno reano tJno Cal Dec 14 141 Al M Griffin a axneMber aneaber
1
xneMber of the American Raisin Packing Packingcon PadrlqCODpan Packingcompany
con company > pany han ha securo1 secure control of nearly nearlythe ararlythe nearlythe
the entire raisin rai ln crop The advance in inthe Inth tothe
th the prices for aeodod raisins annooaoed an anyes annoOaotdyeserda annooaoedyeaerda
yeaerda yes erda > by b the American Raisin Pack Packing PackiOf PackIng ¬
ing company was dictated by Qritfin QritfinDec GrtttmDee OrIUInS
S Dec 1 word was sent to each of the th sev several ev evteal v verat ¬
teal paeliing pad tg firms included in the AHWTI AHWTIran A Acall AinetINIn0any
ran crnnpany that th they y must confirm the thepurchase he hepurchase hepurchase
purchase of their proportion of the rop cropThe ropf ropthe
the 4 ollowing n day a r forfeit the rht rhtThe
I IJ1Wrket
The f season was a well I advanced d cAd the themarket themarket
market uncertain and with itb one exbeptlon exbeptlonon tl011 tl011one
on one aier aft > r another declined d > llIned to confirmtheir confirmtheir confirm confirmtheir
their po p rata of the I > rchas Thi This ex exteption tXe cxreation
teption e tlon was Griffin who ho practicarJ pur purchased purhaaEd purthased ¬
chased the > whole crop cropMADAME cropMADAME cropt cropIADAME
t
MADAME NORDICA HAS HASNOW HASNOW HASNOW
NOW MANY AHY RELATIVES RELATIVESOUiLara
1
OUa OUiLara Kan Dec 14 UJ S W DowB a areal aor areti
real estate dealer of 0 Ottawa ou assorts that thatif thatit thatS
S it MM Noraica Nor ca the singer wins w s her hersuit hersclt heratit
suit against the government go eroment for a sum sumsaid sumMid sumsaid
said to be between 00000 1OOOo and nd 94000000 94000000he 000000 000000he U0O000be
he will cot < < in for a share of the money moneyXmt moneyMm moneyMmt
Xmt Nordicrs Sordl claim i is for co money paid paidthe paidthe paidthe
the Unit d States by the French govern government goverifltFit 00er1 00er1JDel1t ¬
ment for the destruction de trultlm of ships that thatbelonged thatbelonged thatbelonged
belonged to Ichabod Norton jrton an sncoitor sncoitorThe auctorThe c tor torTbf
The money it in said lld was never paid pt l over overto overto I
to the Norton heir he Ichabod hab d Norton > n was wasthe vatthe tI tIthe
the grandfather > r of t v Mr Dowde grand grandmother grandmother grandmother ¬ 1
mother accjrding Sec rd1nc to a record in Mr MrDowds MrDowds MrDowtYs
Dowds possession Mr Dowd May he hevhc hEhc hehce
vhc hc hce ilways Alw y known of a claim that his hisfamily biaamHy hisamity
family held hel again t the th hI government but buthsd buthad buthad
had never made any effort eff ° rt to collect It ItAnother ItAnother itAnother
Another Kansas I heir and relative of ofHine oflme ofLrne
Hine Lrne Nordica f e Mr > J D I Bowersock of ofLaurence of ofLaurence ofS ofLaurence
Laurence Mrs Knwrsock and Mr MrDowns Mri MrS
S i S Downs Dow wis s mother w wft re cousins cln ufl Mr Dnwd Dowdsays DnwdY5 Dnwdsayc
says Y5 there t ere are several other thc r heirs in the thesouth thesoth
south lOt tho I
0 0Steamer
Steamer Fireman Drowsed DrowsedTacoma DrowedTacoma I ITacoma
Tacoma Wash Wa h Dec 14 HD D MulUn MuIUna I Ia
a fireman on rn hoar the British steamer steamerOceano 1 1Oeano
55 Oceano ean now no chartered as United UnitedStates UnitedStatea I IS
States S tf transport fell t H overboard and anddr anddr I
dr drn ivnd w md ct whi hile going oin aboard the ves vesPt yesSt I
Pt ffiriv d ri this 11 thi s morning He H shipped shippedfrtir Mhlppedfro I Iu
fro frtir u bhiciuc hul l ajfUiui i I i tight months I Izl
zl ago agoS agok l
S
k S
Boyle who apprised the tJteBrlU8h British cainet cainetof
of the success of the experiments experimentsSlfnor experimentsSlporKarconl experimentsSignor
Signor SlporKarconl Marconi though satisfied with withthe withthe withthe
the genuineness n ineness of the signals that he hehas hehae hehas
has succeeded in his attempts in estab establishing establt establIIng ¬
lishing lt Jtia communication across s the th At Atlantic Atlaattc Atlantle ¬
lantic without the use of wires em emphasises emphU emphsiset ¬
phasises phU the fact that the system a tem is as asyet asyet asyet
yet only onl in its embryonic stage and andthat andthat andthat
that the Us possibility po 1Uty of its ultimate de development development development ¬
velopment is demonstrated by the suc success succe sueCe
cess Ce of the tb present experiments with withincomplete withIDeoIDplete withincomplete
incomplete and imperfect apparatus as asthe asI
I the th signals cam ca only onl be received by the themost thet themoot
most t sensitively tively adjusted adju t apparatus apparatusand
and he hi working worldn under great difficul difficulties difficulties dilliculties ¬
ties owing to the th conditions prevail prevailin prevailiq prevailkflg
in inTTke iq
TTke 1 Cornwall coast is lWf 1 miles from fromSt fromSt fromSt
St Johns JohnsIn JohnLIn JohnsIn
In vl of thesuccess the 8ucce s attending these thesetrials thesetn thesetrials
trials tn Signor Marconi will for the pres present prest preseIst ¬
ent t Disregard the matter of communi communicating communleaUDt coinmunieating ¬
eating with transAtlantic steamers steamersBe steamersHe steamersHe
He win return to England next week weekand weekad weeksad
and nil conduct the exeprimetns from fromFoldhu fromPoldbu fromPoldhu
Foldhu himself He explains that the thegreater tHepoeat thegreater
greater poeat electrical power there will en enable enable enable ¬
able him to send more effective signals signalsHe signalsHe
He will undertake this work himself himselfleaving himselfleavlDl himselfleaving
leaving assistants here to erect a mast mastand mutau mastaM
and receive the signals as he forwards forwardsthem forwardathem forwardsthem
them It Is not possible to send return returnSignals return18u1li returnsignals
Signals from fr m here until a powerful elec electric electric citetile ¬
tric batter shall have been installed installedSir
Sir Robert Ro rt Bond premier of New NewPoundland Newroundland NewFoundland
Poundland offers Signor Marconi every everyfacility everyJcillty everyficIhlty
facility within wthln the power of the colonial colonialgovernment colonialiovement colonialgovernment
government for the carrying out or his hispJaas hisIa hisilas
pJaas pJaasSignor Ia ilasSignor
IaSI Signor Marconi arconi intends to build a alarge aI alarge
large e fully equipped experimental expe rlmental sta station station etation ¬
tion near St Johns John beside be the Lloyds Lloydsstation Lloydsstatton LloydsstatIon
I station at Cape Race The former will willhave willbve willhave
have the same me equipment as the Foldhu Foldhustation Poldbustation Poidhustation
station and will play the same part on onthis onth onthis
this th side of the Atlantic as Poldhu does doeson doeson doeson
on the other The St Johns station stationwill stationwill
will communicate with New York on onone onone onone
I one side de and nd Cornwall on the other otherbeing otherbelD otherbeing
being < midway between the two twC tw This Thisestablishment Thisatabll Thisestablishment
establishment atabll luaent will probably cost about aboutHOM6 aboutud aboutwill
HOM6 and will perform the same work worka workIt worksa
a It the modern cable station stationSignor stationStp10r stationSignor
Signor Marconi arconi announces that he hewill hem hewill
will m remain J1 in England until after the thecoronation thecoronaUn thecoronatkn
coronation of King Edward next sum summer summer summar ¬
mer and that be hopes to send the thenews thene thentwi
news ne of that event across the Atlantic Atlanticby A antlc antlcby
by the wireless netted il so as to tI prove provethe proveUte provethe
the capability 0 t the system for ttuch ttuchpurposes lJUchpulpOlllK 1uchpurpoess
purposes He will probably in the themeantime theqseaaUme thefleanftme
meantime equip all vessels ve of l the lead leadIng leadIn leading
Ing In lines of steamers steam r with his ap app app appa
p p r 11 rt5ttis > tns tu
BRIDGE WENT DOWN DOWNFireman DOWNFireman
Fireman Killed and Conductor Conductorinjured ConductorInjured ConductorS
S injured in Accident on onthe onthe onthe
the Big Four FourTror FourIrqr Fourrmr
Tror 0 Dee 14 ltThe 14Tbelatt The hut span n of the theBig theJov theBig
Big Pour bridge across the Miami river riverosjehalf riveroshalf
osjehalf mile east of Troy went dowaj down dowatat downt
tat if t I oclock Iock this morning JnOm1 as a a westbound we westboundfrelat tbound tboundtreIIdat J Jfrdgfet
frdgfet train was croMto clOMhag Ffreman W WH WH WH
H differ elt of Indianapolis was killed killedand kUIedand killedand
and at t U oclock today his body bad not notbeen notbeeft notbees
been recovered vered from the river The en enln enflHman englater
glater ln sr fireman and conductor con tOl were im imM la1M InthO
1M M call of the engine at the time The Theconductor Theco Theconductor
co conductor Georg Henry had his right rightbaad rightlaad righthead
head bsdly bec ly scalded but the o e1g1neer > gineer ea eapaped e eMId esl
l paped MId without a scratch The bridge DridgeauDUOeed was wassupposed wassumoeI
supposed to be one of the best on th thmad tM tMMia thereid
mad The Tb engine and nine nl cars went to tothe tothe tothe
the bottosa of the river riverDOWAGER riverDOWAGER riverS4
S4 S
DOWAGER IS FAILING FAILINGEMPEROR FAILINGEMPEROR FAILINGEMPEROR
EMPEROR IS BETTER BETTERBekin
Bekin Dec 14 HRepot Report received here herefrom 1aerefrom herefrom
from the court say that the dowager em eraress empreu empress
press ress is 1 la failing health The emperors emperorsealth emperorsb emperorsheIth
ealth b th Is improving improvingThe ilDpro1nIbe ImprovingThe
The foreign minister think that when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the court returns here the freer comnmni comnmnieartos COIIImunteatlow Communteatloawith
eartos eatloawith with the emperor guaranteed uan nteed them themby themby themby
by the protocol of settlement will ill tend tendto tendto tendto
to curb the courts s domination by the theempress theelllP1M8 theempress
empress dowager dowagerThe do1ragerThe dowagerThe
The Zionist Movement MovementLondon MovementLoa MovementLondon
London Loa on Dec 14 HIvael Israel ZangwIII Za W1lI ad addressing addq addressing ¬
dressing a London Zionist meeting to tonlfht tonlpt tonight
night held simultaneously with 5M6 5M6similar 5 5similar 5010slinllsr
similar meetings throughout the world worldsaid worldaa14 worldsaid
said that Christians sympathized with withthe withthe withthe
the Zionist Z1oni movement the object of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which is to further plans for the es establlshment estalupent establtahment
tabllshment of the Hebrew state In InPalestine InPaIe8tine inPalestine
Palestine nee in Zion Mr Zangwill Zangwillsaid ZangwlUaai4 ZangwllLsaid
said they th would develop the country countryThey countryThey countryThey
They were on the stream he declared declaredand declaredand declaredand
and the tide was with them and now nowwas nowwas nowWas
was the time to row and row hard hardWUl hardwm hardS
S S SWin
Win Absorb Ab the theLondon Nickel NickelLondon Niokellondon
London Dec 14 14The The Pall Mall fea feasette baJette a asette
sette this afternoon says 78 it is I incline inclineto liKlineto < I I
to credit the rumor that the United UnitedStates UnitedStates l lState I
States Steel corporation to trying to toget toget toget
get control of the Nickel corporation corporationThe
The paper finds support of the belief beliefin
in the reconstruction of the latter com companys company cornpanys ¬
panys board on which appears the thename theTame therame
name of Colonel Hunsacker as chair chairman chalrmaD chairman ¬
man The Pall Mali Gazette under understands understand understands ¬
stands that Colonel Hunsacker repre represents repreaenta repretents ¬
tents the to eel corporation corporationRecognized corporationI corporationaecognlaed
I I8L If If1teco
1teco Recognized ized His Jewels JewelsOmaha Jewels01a11 3ewelsOmaha
Omaha Neb Dec 14 14Albert Albert F Low Lowtnthal Lownthal Lowenthal
tnthal the jeweler who was robbed in a aPortlanl aporttn1 aPortland
Portland Ore hotel of ttM 0 worth of ofdiamonds ofdiamonds ofdiamonds
diamonds and jewelry arrived In this city citytoday citytody citytoday
today to Identify the diamonds found hi hion tnthe inthe
the possession P on of True Johnson and W Wntsday WH WH
H H Woods arrested In this city Wed WednHday Wednesday
ntsday Lowenthal called on Chief Dona Donahoue Donaboue
houe and nd was able at once to recognize recognisethe
the jewels j as part of those stolen from fromhis tromhis fromhis
his room in Portland Portl Be has filed filedcharge filedchar filedchargee
charge char against the pair who are in jail jailh Jailhere
h here re
Ci CiI
I Will Not Pardon Josie JosieLondon 3osieLqndon JosieLondon
London Dec 14 HTbe The home office to today today today ¬
day notified counsel for Miss Josephine JosephineEastwick JosephineEutwlck JosephineEaztwtck
Eastwick of Philadelphia under sentence sentenceof enttn < e eot
of six tx months imprisonment for forcing forcinga
a railroad certificate certlfl < ate that the petition petitionfor petftJontor
for her pardon on the gound of insanity insanitycould tnsJnttycOLld insanitycoti4
could not be granted ranted No reason w wgiven hixlftIt itgiven
given The Tb action of the home office was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken in spite of great pressure brought broughtto bro bt btto
to benr in Miss East EutWlcks wicka behalf by the theofficials tbeottictalll theofficials
officials of the American embassy here hereSousa hereSousa hereSousa
Sousa Coming Comin Ho HoIxjndon lLautl lLautllondon HtJuLbLondon
london De Dee 14 HSoua Sousa and his band bandiaiiPd bandtl1Jf banda1ifd
iaiiPd tl1Jf > d from SuuUwunpton u IWIIIIpt n for New NewYork NewYoric ew ewYvrk
York today on board the steamer steamerPhiladelphia nea steamerPhiladelphia r 1 1hiJadelphia
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaI hiJadelphiaf
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1 xf T t disappointed me meT S SS SS S S
fVfRYONf I VEil ONL fN LNDORLS ORDS DE WE WEHis p4Th p4ThHis
His Conclusions Conclu ion Will Live in History Long After the Others AreForgotten Are AreiF AreS
S Forgotten F fgottenJ Says Sherman ShermanWiII Will Be BeNo I INo
5 No Further Action s
ITT ASmNGON I Dec > ec 14 1IThe The secre secretary secreta secrew ¬
WASHINGTON w tary ta of the navy has before him himfor himfor himfor
for review reIe the report of the court courtof courtof courtof
of Inquiry in the Schley S case ca He is isnaturally isnaturally
naturally 1 taking time to do io this care carefully carefun carefully ¬
fully fun so that immediate action action is not notexpected notexpected notexpected
expected Meanwhile the th court is istechnically IsteehnlcaJly IstechnicalLy
technically in session and will remain remainso
so until dissolved by order of Secretary SecretaryLong SecretaryLong SecretaryLong
Long who convened It it The practice practicein
in such cases is laid down specifically specificallyin
in naval regulation number 1739 re respecting respecting respecting ¬
specting courts cour of Inquiry The ques question question question ¬
tion has been raisedSince raised Ince the appear appearance appearance appearanon ¬
ance of two reports IR n print how far farAdmiral farAdmiral j
Admiral Dewey the fhepre president ldent of the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court court subscribed to the opinion ex expressed expre8Md expressed ¬
pressed In 1 the first report and in the thefindings theftndings thefindings
findings by appending his signature signaturethat SibDturthat Signaturethat
that signature being required of him himapparently himapprlently hintapptrently
apparently by the tlt regulation above al alluded alJuded nIladed ¬
laded to regardless of his individual individualopinion Indhidualopinion Individualopinion
opinion In response to inquiry on this thispoint thispoint hispoint
point the judge advocate general of otthe ofthe I Ithe
the navy says saysAccording sayAccordlng saysAccording
According to naval practice Admi Admiral Admiral Admiml ¬
ral Dewey by affixing his signature to tothe tothe tothe
the report of the court of inquiry in inthe inthe inthe
the case of Rear Admiral Schley ex expresses expresses expresses ¬
presses fullconcurrence fU fuft concurrence in all the thefindings thefindings thefindings
findings of fact and in all the opinions opinionsreached opinionsreached opinionsreached
reached by the court except those with withrespect withrettpect withrespect
respect to which he has in terms sig signified slgnlfted signified ¬
nified dissent dl eent in his minority opinion opinionCaptain opinionCaptain opinionCaptain
Captain Parker Pleased PleasedNew PleasedNew PseasedNew
New York Dec 14 14Captafn Captain Parker Parkerof
of Admiral Schleys counsel was told toldearly toldearly
early this morning of the purport of ofthe ofthe
the two Schley reports rep rts He said saidAdmiral saidAdmiral
Admiral Dewey better than any anyone anyoneehle one oneelse oneelse
else in the world was qualified qaUft d to judge judgethis judgethis judgeth1
this th1 case He is the one man living be beside beside beside ¬
side Admiral Schley who conducted a acampaign acampaign acampaign
campaign and fought a battle with withmodern withmodem withmodern
modern ships under modern conditions conditionsHe
He probably found there was a differ difference difference differonce ¬
ence between theory and practice and andjudged andjudged andjudged
judged Schley in the light of his own ownexperience ownexperience ownexperience
experience The two other members of ofthe otthe ofthe
the court were highrainded men of the thehighest thehltbe thehighest
highest t character and men who would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not misjudge knowingly or willingly willinglyThey willinglyThey willinglyThey
They never had the experience the ad admiral admiral admiral ¬
miral had had and probably did not see seethings seetbtnp seethings
things in the same me light as he did We Weshall Weshall Weshall
shall leave the matter to the judgment judgmentof
of the people of the country confident confidentthat confidentUlat confidentthat
that in the just ropukw mind nd the thefindings theftn4lnp thedndlngs
findings of JLdtntoU A Dewey Pe will 4il be sus sustained sustaIRed nuntamed ¬
tamed tainedCaptain taIRedCaptala S
Captain Parker Pa ker seemed eemetMtnost almost as asmuch aamuch asmuch
much pleased that Admiral Dewey had hadsustained hadsutalned hadsustained
sustained Rear Admiral Schley as if ifthe ifthe ifthe
the court had been unanimous in the theverdict theverdict theverdict
verdict that he Dewey rendered renderedOpinion renderedOpinion renderedOpinion
Opinion in the senate is divided as asto asto asto
to the probability of a congressional congressionalinvestigation congrellslonalInye congressionalinvestigation
investigation Inye tlgatlon of the Schley controversy controversybut
but on the whole is against the proba probability probability probabuity ¬
bility of such course A majority of ofthe oftM ofthe
the Republican senators appear to be beadverse beadverse beadverse
adverse to the reopening of the ques question QUestion question ¬
tion and those holding this view vl In Includes Ineludes Ineludes ¬
eludes friends of Admiral Schley SchleyHoi SchleyHOlr SchleyBopr
Hoi HOlr r Is With Dewey DeweySenator Deweyfenator DeweySenator
Senator Hoar expressed himself hlm8 1f as ascontent aslOnlent ascontent
content to abide by the opinion of Ad Admiral Admiral Admital ¬
miral Dewey because of his superior superiorfacilities superiorfacilities superiorfacilitIes
facilities for reachinr a correct con conc conc
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elusion and Senator Mason toek a sim similar simlIar ¬
lIar position adding thatthe that t tie e position positionof po
of the admiral of the navy navYould would be beaccepted beaccepted
accepted as the verdict of the court courtregardless courtregardless courtregardless
regardless of what conclusion other othermembers othermembers othermembers
members of the court might have havereached havereached havereached
reached reachedSenator reachedSenator reachedSenator
Senator Hale thought there would be beand beand beand
and should be no further investigation investigationHe Inrestfgt1onHe
He is chairman of f the committee COl1u 1fttee on onnaval onnaval onnaval
naval affairs and said he would use usewhatever usewhatever usewhatever
whatever influence tJ uence he might possess possessagainst po possessagainst sess sessagainst
against further inquiry as detrimental detrimentalto
to the best interests of the na ri nay 1l Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Cullom declared that further in inquiry inQuiry inquiry ¬
quiry would be tomfoolery and nd that thatno thatno thatno
no more light on the subject could be besecured besecured besecured
secured than had been beenDemocratic beenDemocratlc beenDemocratic
Democratic senators generally seemed seemedto
to wait upon the expression expre t of opinion opinionby
by the friends of Admiral Schley bley Sen Senator S Sator Senator
ator Martin said that while lie 1 did not notfeel notfeel notfeel
feel called upon to present 8 declara declaration declaration declaration ¬
tion he thought that congress congr should shouldadopt shouldadopt
adopt a joint resolution stating its con confidence confidence confidence ¬ I
fidence in the admiral admiralWhat admiralWhat admiralWhat
What Bacon Would Do DoSenator DoSenator
Senator Bacon said he would wou be glad gladto gladto I
to vote for fora a resolution re declaring Admiral Ad Admiral Admiral ¬
miral Deweys s position po ltlon to be the cor correct correct correct ¬
rect position Senator nator Money Moneya88ented assented assentedto I
to the proposition that congress should shouldact shouldact shouldact
act if action was desired by the friends friendsof
of Admiral Schley Senator Rawlins Rawlinsthought Rawlinsthought Rawltnethought
thought a resolution re of confidence confidencewould confidencewould
would be In order and Senator Jones of ofArkansas ofArkansas ofArkansas
Arkansas thought it most probable that thata
a resolution bearing upon the question questionwas
was among the probabilities probabilitiesRepresentative probabilitiesRepresentative probabilitiesRepresentatIve
Representative Pierre of Maryland Marylandvrho Marylandwho arylndi
who represents the Maryland district districtfrom districtfrom districtfrom
from which Admiral Schley came cameStated cametated I Itated
tated today that he would Introduce e a aresolution aresolution aresolution
resolution for a congressional Investi Investigation investlgation Investigation ¬
gation of the entire SampsonSchley SampsonSchleyaffair
affair unless his colleague from Mary Maryland Maryland Maryland ¬
land Mr Schlrnt who had contem contemplated contemplated contemplated ¬
plated introducing such a resolution resolutioncarried resolutioncarried resolutioncarried
carried out this action Mr Pierre Pierresays PierresayS Pierresays
says he has not formulated he details detailsof
of the proposed congressional congre slon1 inquiry inquirybut Inquirybut inquirybut
but he thinks It would be desirable to tohave tohave tohave
have It conducted by special commit committee committee committee ¬
tee rather than by one of the yeguter yegutercommittees eguiarcommittees gulr gulrcommittees
committees of the house houseChairman hou8eChairman houbeChairman
Chairman Foss of the house hou e naval navalcommittee navalcommittee navalcommittee
committee declined to express an opin opinion opinIon opinIon ¬
ion as to whether congress would deal dealwith dealwith dealwith
with the Schley case He says he has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been careful to avoid taking sides on onthe onthe onthe
the subject as it might come before beforegeneral beforethe beforethe
the committee and he WJSh wIshW J Jserve
serve a wholly impartial t tL tLArnone
Arnone Mr Fo s associates If s the thegeneral e egeneral
general understanding that tba t the chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man Is not favorable to congressional congressionalaction congressionalaction lonal lonalaction
action actionChairman actionChaIrman
Chairman Payne P yne the majerity floor floorleader floorleader floorleader
leader when asked ked if a congressional congressionalInvestigation congresBlonalInvestigation congressionalInvestigation
Investigation was likely to be held heldsaid heldsaid heldsaid
said saidWhy
Why should congress go g into the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject Admiral Schley has katf his hisday hisday hisday
day in court and I doubt whether it itwould ItJuld itwould
would be avlsable for congress congr to go goovor goover goover
over the ground already covered by b bthe
the court courtMeyers CourtMeyer our1
° Meyers Sound Utterance UtteranceRepresentative l3tteranceRepresentative
Representative Repre entat1e Master M r of Louisiana a amember amem amember
member mem er of the naval committee and andContinued andContinued andContinued
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merican m erican fed Federation elation of Labor Completes Its I s Work orkNew New Orleans OrleansIsChosen OrleansIs
IsChosen Is Chosen as the Place for the Next NextConvention
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Scranton Pa Dec Dee 14 itThe The Amen American Amerlean Amencan ¬
can Federation of Labor in the last lastminutes lastmil1utes lastmlutes
minutes of this afternoons session put putitself putt putttslf
itself t el on record on two questions which whichhave whichhave whichhave
have been agitating the delegates since sincethe sincethe sincethe
the convention convened ten days ago agonamely agoname1Y agonamely
namely Trade autonomy and social socialism oetalIsm sociallam ¬
ism The greatest gr atest of the two in the theminds th thminds theminds
minds of most of the delegates was wasthat wasthat wasthat
that of autonomy In brief the spe special speclal apecml ¬
cial committee on autonomy recom recommended recommended recommended ¬
mended that where there t1J e are only a afew afew afew
few craftsmen in a large industrial industrialconcern Industrialoncern Industrialconcern
concern the best bslintereata interests of all would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be conserved by b the few joining the theparamount theparamo theparamount
paramount paramo unt organization organ Ization in such estab establishment estabhishment ¬
lishment and promulgation of sub subdivided subdl1ded subdivided ¬
divided crafts into district dl8trI di tnict t and nd national nationaltrade nationaltrade nationaltrade
trade councils where w re ail all disputes disputesshould di disputesshould putes putesshould
should be settled The recommenda recommendatioru reeommendatiorW recommendations ¬
I
tions ef the committeeto committee to the surprise surpriseof
of many were unanimously adopted adoptedwithout adoptedwithout adoptedwithout
without a single remark being made by byany b bany byany
any one The recommendations are areviewed areIee arevlewe1
viewed i differently differentI by the delegates The Theminers ThemIners Theminers
miners who have favored industrial industrialautonomy Industrl1autonomy Industrialautortomy
autonomy and who have put that prin principle prlnclpleinto pnincipleinto ¬
ciple clpleinto into effect in the mines look upon uponIt uponIt uponit
It as a victory while the brewery breweryworkmen breweryworkmen breweryworkmen
workmen pressmen and longshoremen longshoremensaw
saw some concessions conce slons in the report reportThere reportThere reportThere
There are not a few who were die displeased d18ple diepleksed ¬
pleased ple sed and declared that the whole wholereport wholereport wholereport
report was no more than a straddle straddleand straddleand straddleand
and that the question will 1Il come up upagain upagain upagain
again The recommendations of the thecommittees th thcommittees thecommittees
committees report are as follows followsSesult followsResult fellowsResult
Result of Organization OrganizationFirst Or OrganizationFirstAs anization anizationFirstAs
First FirstAs As the magnificent growth of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the American Federation of Labor is isconceded Isconceded isconceded
conceded by all students of economic economicthought economicth011ght economicthought
thought to be the result of organization organizationin
in trade lines and believing it neither neithernecessary neithernecessary neithernecessary
necessary or expedient to make any anyradical anyradical anymdlcal
radical departure from this funda fundamental fundamental fundamental ¬
mental principle we declare that as a ageneral agenf4ral agenqral
general proposition the interests of the theworkers theworkers theWorkers
workers will be best conserved by ad adhering AdherIng adhering ¬
hering as closely clo ely to that doctrine as asthe asthe asthe
the recent great changes in methods of ofproduction ofproduction ofproduction
production and employment nt make makepracticable makeracUcable makepracticable
practicable However owing to the theisolation theisola theIsolation
isola isolation tlon of some few Industries from fromthickly fromthickly fromthickly
thickly populated centers where the theoverwhelming theoverwhelming theoverwhelming
overwhelming number follow one onebranch oneranch onebranch
branch there owing to the fact that in insonpfe inrq Inscw
sonpfe rq scw industries comparatively few fewjrK fewAr fewQnln
Ar Qnln jrK ra s fare engaged engtl overwhelming overwhelmingQparattlorganizations overwhelmingAAP
S AAP Qparattlorganizations t organizations clalnt jurisdic 5junlsdicflon jurisdiction jur18dlcflon ¬
flon ivt ivdtbelIee ydbell believe te that jurisdiction jurl dlctl n In hisuch Insuch insuch
such industries by the paramount or organization organization organization ¬
ganization would yield the best results resultsto
to the workers therein Nothing con contained contained contained ¬
tained In this declaration is construed construedor
or shall be construed to mean a re reversal reversal reversal ¬
versal of any decision rendered by b for former fa famer former ¬
mer executive councils or previous con conventions cnvenUons conventlons ¬
ventions on questions of jurisdiction jurisdictionClose jurisdictionClose jurisdictionclose
Close Alliance Suggested SuggestedSecond SuggestedSecondVe SuggestedSecondWe
Second SecondVe We hold that the interests interestsof tll tllof
of the home trade movement be pro promoted promoted prometed ¬
moted by closely allying the subdivided subdividedcraft s stbdividedcraft bdivtdf > d dcraft
craft giving consideration to amalga amalgamation amalgamation amalgamatlon ¬
mation and to the organization of ofcouncils orcouncils ofcouncils
councils to which should be referred referredquestions retrrpdQuestions referredquestions
questions in dispute and which should shouldbe
be adjusted within craft c atl allied lines linesThree linesThreeThe linesThreeThe
Three ThreeThe The American Federation Fe < of ote
e e
Labor being a voluntary association associationcannot U8OClatloncannot associationcannot
cannot direct and should not adopt adoptmethods adoptmethods adoptmethods
methods antagonistic to or in conflict conflictwith conflictwith conflictwith
with established trade union laws and andin andIn andin
in order to carry the above recommen recommendations recommendatlonslnto recommendatlons ¬
dations datlonslnto into effect and in full recogni recognition recognition recognitimi ¬
tion of its logical position the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can Federation of Labor pledges its itaoffices ltoffices itsoffices
offices to aid and assist in the adjust adjustment adjustment adjustrnent ¬
ment of such chaft encroa encroachments hments as asdisputants asdlsputanta asdisputants
disputants may ma be willing to submit to toits toIts toits
its arbitrament arbitramentThe
The failure of the socialist delegates delegatesto delegates delegatesto
to attack the substitute resolution resolutlonwas resolutlonwasa was wasa
a surprise of the day The socialists socialistsin
in declining to take up the discussion discussionexplained discussionexplained discussionexplained
explained that the convention hod so somuch somuch somuch
much business bustn es to dispose of in the Jim limited Umited Jimited ¬
ited time at its disposal that they theywould theywOllld theywould
would not seize the opportunity at this thfetime thistime thistime
time to to show that socialism could cure curethe curethe curethe
the ills ill of humanity The substitute substitutewas
was adopted by a large majority It is isas isas
as follows followsResolutions f followsResolutions > Uows UowsResolutions
Resolutions on Socialism SocialismThe SocialismThe I ITh
The Th committee c on resolutions having havingcharge hayingchar havingcharge
charge char e of the e twelve resolutions on onsocialism onoclIlem onsocialism
socialism made its report as follows followsThfe followsTb followsTbi3
Thfe alms desires and aspirations of oftrades oftrades oftrades
trades unionists comprise all that t is isnecessary isneee isnecessary
necessary neee or possible to the well being beingof beingofthe
of ofthe the human family and in the pur pursuit pursuit pursuit ¬
suit of the accomplishment ac of which whichwe whichwe whichwe
we cheerfully actapt and in fact de desire de1re desire ¬
sire all the assistance which can be begiven begiven begiven
given our movement by those reform reformforces reformtorCH reformforces
forces which stand for the festerment festermentof b terment termentof
of mankind In this position wg w are ar in inclose Inc101e Inclose
close relationship to the greater body bodyof bodyof bodyof
of socialists and with hem agree that thatnot thatnot thatnot
not only should the burdens of toll be bemade bemade bemade
made lighter but that each worker has hasan hasan I Ian
an undeniable right to enjoy the full fullbenefit fullbenefit I
benefit of that which he or she pro produces produces ¬ I
duces duc We like them stand for greater greaterliberty greaterliberty i iUberty
liberty and are determined so to act actthat actthat actthat
that the future shall I tall be more con conKenial conltenla1 congenial
genial to the whole human family and andespecially andespeciany andespecially
especially more bright and enjoyable enjoyableto enjo 8ble
to the man and women breadearners breadearnersof
of North America whom we directly directlyand direcll direclland directlyand
and indirectly represent It is true truenevertheless trueneverthele truenevertbele
nevertheless s that In furtherance of our ourclaim ourc oureim
claim c m namely that our principles com comprise comprise cornpitae ¬
prise the fullest and highest scope of ofhuman othuman ofhuman
human activity and from time tp time timewill timewin timewill
will be advanced In accordance with withthe wIththe withthe
the demand of human needs The Thepeople Thepeople Thepeople
people we represent the working class classhoM classhold classhold
hold different dl < erent views on the best method methodof methodoffurthering
of furthering the desired end even al altvt alt alth
t th tvt ° qtjii7e MTe re Js J ljtfl JttIN difference among amongrftbillty amongffti amongthet4
thet4 ffti dUIr dMJrbiltty rftbillty bmty of the post posiTrade posltfori posttkn
tfori h6P I t lttlln nLtWnTrade lttllnTrade
Trade Union Plan Best BestWe EestWe BestWe
We unhesitatingly announce that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the trade tr dc union movement theory rep represented repreanted represented ¬
resented is the most practicable safe safeand safead safeand
and legitimate channel through which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the working men and women of North NorthAmerica NorthAmerica NorthAmerica
America should not only continue to toseek toeek toseek
seek redress for or their wrongs but bywhich by bywhich byI
which they can c ca n strengthen their eco economic economic ceonomle ¬
nomic posltlonuntil it will m control the thepolitical thepolItical thepolitical
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political field and d thereby place labor laborin
in full possession of Its inherent rights rightsWe rightsWf rightsWe
We declare that th t since the Inception of ofour orour ofour
our movement Inquiry Into the best bestform bestform bestform
form of government has been Its guld guiding guldI ¬
I lug star and will so continue while whileContinued whUeContinued whileS whilePage
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INDIANS INDIANSHAVEINNING HAVE INNING INNINGBEFORE INNINGBEFORE S SBEFORE
BEFORE THE SECRETARY SECRETARYBut SECT EJARY EJARYBut
But Bu the Savages Evidently E idently Do Not Understand Un erstand th thTerms the theiT theS
S Terms T effiS of the Case CaseSenator CaseI CaseSenator CaseSenator
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Senator R Rawlins wlins Says That the Florence Mining Company is isMythical IsMy
Mythical My fcal
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S SjMtl I to The Tb Herald HeraldWashington Hera1cIWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Dec D 14 lL8eaatora Senators Raw Rawlins Rawlins flawline ¬
lins and Kearns and Repn Representative RepresentativeSutherland ntatfve ntatfveSutherland i iSutherland
Sutherland had another conference conferencethis conferencethis conferencethis
this morning with the secretary of th thinterior the theInterior theinterior
interior Interior on the subject of the lease of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Florence Mining company on the theUintah tbeUintah theUintah
Uintah reservation A delegation of ofIndians otIndians I IIndians
Indians consisting of Verney Mack MackTim MackTim MackTim
Tim Johnson John Johnson Joh John JohnDuncan Jo1nDuncan JohnDuncan
Duncan and Big Joe were present and andwere andwere andwere
were questioned by the Utah delega delegation delqation delegation ¬
tion when it developed that they knew knewscarcely knewscarcely knewscarcely
scarcely anything about the terms of ofthe otthe ofthe
the lease except that they the wanted it itgranted itgranted itgranted I
granted Two important things how however however however ¬
ever developed First that the In Indians Indians Indiane ¬
dians would not object to the opening openingof
of the reservation if they were amply amplypaid amplypaid amplypaid
paid for the same by the governmentand government lJYemmentand
and second that the tease granted to tothe tothe tothe
the Florence Mining company would wouldundoubtedly wouldundoubtedly wouldundoubtedly
undoubtedly be approved unless u the theobjectors theobjectors be beobjectors
objectors corroborated by affidavits affidavitsthe atlldavltsthe altidavitathe
the assertion that the consent of the theIndians theIndians theIndians
Indians to the same was obtained obtainedthrough obtainedthrough obtainedthrough
through groups gr misrepresentations The Theobjectors Theobjectors Theobjectors
objectors were given ten days in which whichto
to file these additional affidavits affidavitsIf
If the representations of the Indians Indiansto
to the effect that they are willing to todispose todispose todispose
dispose of their lands if guaranteed guaranteedpayment guaranteedpayment guaranteedpayment
payment for them amounts to any anythingI auaything anything ¬
thing Senator Kearns will Ml immediate immediately ¬ I
ly introduce a bill in congress rea asking askingfor Dgfor askIngfor
for the appointment of a commission commissionto tllon tllonto
to confer with the Indians and report reportas
as soon as possible po upon the terms termsfor termstor termsfor
for opening the reservation reservationAfter reservationAfter reservationAfter
After the hearing the secretary bad bada
a conference with the Indians and andAgent andAgent andAgent
Agent Myton My ton for the purpose of ques questioning QuetII questioning ¬
tioning the Indians stating they were wereevidently wereevidently wereevidently
I evidently timid about expressing them themselves themselves ¬
1 selves in the presence of so many manystrangers manystrangers ny nystrangers
strangers and that he desired to learn learnsomething learnsomething learnsomething
something further if possible po of them themRepresentative themRepresentative themRepresentative
Representative Sherman of New York Yorkhas Yorkhas Yorkhas
has been present at both hearings At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the last he was accused ed of having an aninterest anInterest aninterest
interest in the lease which he denied deniedexplaining deniedexplaining deniedexplaining
explaining his presence by reason of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fact that he was chairman of the thehouse the110U5e thebopse
house committee on Indian affairs affairsSenator affairsSen affairsS
S Senator Sen tor Rawlins Views ViewsSllelkfp ViewsSfleaking Views ViewsSneaking
Sneaking of the 1 leasing1 leasing1proposition 1eMaiag proposition propositionSenator proOlll proOlllSenator propositoSenator
Senator Bawltas said saidThe RidThe saidThe >
The Florence FJor DCe Mining company ap appears appears appears ¬
pears to have ha e been incorporated under underthe uDderthe underthe
the laws of New Jersey Jer ey No one in the theinterior tbeInterior theinterior
interior department has seen its ar articles articles artides ¬
ticles of incorporation Incorpon lon nor seems to toknow toknow toknow
know who the officers or stockholders stockholdersof
of this mythical concern may be It Itappeared Itappeared Itappeared
appeared in the examination of My Myton Myton Myton ¬
ton that Henry C Payne chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the executive committee of the na national national national ¬
tional Republican committee Is pres president president prosiderit ¬
ident The secrecy and dispatch dl patch which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has been displayed in obtaining for forthe torthe forthe
the Florence Mining company the priv privilege prhliege prirliege ¬
liege of exploiting the wealth of the theUintah theUlntah theUintah
Uintah reservation together with oth other other 0thor ¬
er susplcous circumstances indicate a adtsIJO adisposition a adisposition
disposition dtsIJO ltton to secure to t a few favor favorites favorItes favorlIes ¬
ites in public life valuable rights from fromwhich tromwhich fromwhich
which other people are excluded
Secretary Wilson intends to secure securethe securethe securethe
the transfer of the appropriation for forthe t forthe r rthe
the care and maintenance of forest t re reserves regenas reserves ¬
serves from the interior department departmentbudget departmentbUdget departmentbudget
budget to the department of agricul agriculture agriculture agricultune ¬
ture and thus secure congressional congressionalsanction congressionalsanction congressionalsanction
sanction for a proposition to place the thefull thefuII thefull
full control of forest reserves with the theforestry theforestry theforestry
forestry division under GuiJtod Pin Pinchat Pinch Pinchet
chat ch t in line with the recommendation recommendationmade
made by President Roosevelt Roo in his hismessage higmessflg hisinessdge
message It is believed Secretary
Hitchcock wll Inot oppose this change changeas
as he is now heartily arWy In accord with withthe wIththe wththe
the idea of Secretary Secreta Wilson and Mr MrPincbot II MrPinebot r rPlnchot
Pincbot on forestry forestr subjects Ib1et There Thereis Thfre
is 1 every reason to believe bve Secretary SecretaryWilson SfcretY SecretaryWilson
Wilson Wisn will wl accomplish aClompU his object ob as aswestern 3 3weter aMwestern
western weter men in congress co generally are aresatisfied sro sroBtsfe aresatisfied
satisfied Btsfe with wth the way the te interior Inttlior de department ft olepartment ¬
partment prtent has administered almlnier reserves ret rVeS in inthe n nte rtthe
the past
te pt
pte Hew e Irrigation Ir Bill BillThe Bi BillThe
The Te subcommittee subcommite of western wetfrn mem members membrs meatbars ¬
bars brs of congress cness which wbh has ba been bf I fram framing t frrnlug m mtI ¬
lug tI an irrigating Irgatng bill bi completed cmpJ r d th thmeasure thmeasure thmeasure
measure today It is il a combinati combinatiby
by Hansbrough HaDb1ou b ShafntAh Sha t Ntjwlamls Ntjwlamlsand N + wJand wJandad
and ad other memoers memors its it main feature featurebeing featurbeing eaturdbeing
being as a follows folows The creation ceatn of ofrlamaton t treclamation Ireclamation
reclamation rlamaton fund from the te monies muliN d drved 1 1rived 1lived
rived rved from the disposal di l of public Janus Janrithe Janf Janusthe
the secretary sretary of 01 01 the Interior to t see selereserve Re Rereserve seereserve
reserve sites withdraw withdrw lands iequfr lqulrd lqulrdtOr d dfor I Ifor
for reserves resnes from entry 4ntry determine dterllnf deterioiinepracticability th thpracticability thp thpprctcabity
practicability prctcabity of 0 of irrigation Irrtio projects pOj t8 and andlet a11let aollet
let contracts cntracts fur their construe cOruclon construction Lion th thcst ti thcost
cst t of no project to exceed 1 lacre an anacre a acre
o 1
acre cre Lands Lnds BO R irrigated irite shall be 1 su suject cuJect L Ljet >
jet ject only to homestead homutea entry with withan ih S fan
an acre additfonal and ad entries enies limitel limitelto Hmlf I Ito
to t eighty acres The Th management maa managementthese ment o othese <
these the reserves resrves to pass P to t users of wa water W1ter sv svter ¬
ter when the majority maorit of the land landunder landunder landunder
under them are taken ten up Perpetual Perpetualwater terpetua Perpetuawater
water rights for private lands to I Ioid h bsold
sold fd at 5 per acre if the te water wate pr prvided prvlde prvided
vided vlde by the government aoyemment works worksmore work worksmore
more mor than tha sufficient sufcent for the reciama reciamation rlam rlamton recIamtion
ton tion of irrigable Irri able public publc Ianla un undo undoeach unieach > i ieach >
each project The secretary srtar of th thinterior the theInteror thinterior
interior Interor is authorized authoriz to acquire acquire tit titnecessary tt ttnecesr ti tinecessary ¬
necessary necesr rights right of property prprty by o Cd cg cgdemnatlon < rf rfdamnation
damnation d mnaton under undr judicial process processthe prC88 prC88the processthe
the United States or state court courtNething coupNeting couriNothing
Nothing Neting in the act at is to be constru c n8trup1 cOnatrucias > n8trup1a I Ias
as a affecting atng or interfering with withsat withstate r rstate
state laws regarding appropriation appropriationdistribution
sat regardng apropriatIon apropriatIonditrbutin S Sdistribution
distribution ditrbutin of water for ivigati ivigatiand i iga 1 j jand Iand
and beneficial bnefcial use us is to be b the t e ba baand baj bajand baand
and measure meaur of water rights Th Thmeasure Timesure Ii Iimeasure
measure mesure framed is red regarded as a ten tentative lDtatlve i o otative ¬
tative one and will wi be b submitted 8bmit d to t t tfull t tfull >
full tul committee comlte of western tr senators snator a arepresentatives i irepresentatives jrepentaUves
representatives repentaUves on Wednesday Wenesda nr nrIt nf nox noxIt
It I is believed bleved the t bill bl will wi be adop adopby adovb adopby
by b the general committee coite nubstantia nubstantialy Iubstant IubstantIy
ly as a framed framedWestern red redWt framedWestern
Western Wt Men Takn n Care C Of OfThe OfT OfThe
The T western wester minority ty senators stna torI a abeing abeing
being b g well WEl taken tak T Tfriends tre4 aJe by y p pfrnds Pfriends
friends frnds on the senate ate commit commitis cmmi cmmiIs commiis
is designating deigatng committee cmlte plHP plHPth picesthis
this th congress congs Senator Sn tar RawIns RawInsundoubtedly Ra w i n I r rundobtedly rundoubtedly
undoubtedly undobtedly get a place on the for fri torplrelatons lcT lcTrelations 5 5relations
relations relatons committee commite in addition additionthose addi additionthose rion riontho
those tho he e already alreacy has Senator Senat Tli Tliwill T1w1 T Twill
will w1 retain retin the chairmanship chalnanship of ofcommitte u ucommittee i icommittee
committee committe on private lan5 lan j oUiin oUiinSenator Tr TrSenator
Senator Patterson Pater n it I is i believed bl beli en 1 wi wibe wi wib v vbe
be b placed on the committee commitee d < r irrifc irrifction jrj jrjUon lrrgtion
tion and reclamation rlamaton of arid and a aprivilege dprivieges o oprivileges
privilege privieges and elections eletons and it itthought itthought itthought
thought he will wi also al be b given gvpn a pls plson pison 18 18on <
on the committee commite on revision rvia n of th thlaws rho rholaws t tlaws
laws of the United rnie States Stte S 8na 8naDubi > narv narvDubois 2 2Dubols
Dubois Dubi who is i on the committe committecommittees committfP committfPcommiteo comniittecommittees
committees commiteo has generously asked askedno i kfd f fno r rno
no definite dfnltf assignment asigent and after 3 f fr h hing rF rFIng hing < >
ing other western minority minoriy senator senatorthe Renatote serato9the
the te best bst places obtainable will wil be beisfled b beladed
laded led with wih anything that is Ift leftthe Iftthe Iftthe
the new Republican Republc members membrs Sena Srtr SrtrKerns SenaKearns r rKearns
Kearns Kerns will wi probably probly be b placed paCEtl on enpublic t tpublc h hpublic
lands and recta JEclatin echotion
public publc irrigation ton < i itton
tton tin of arid lands mines and nd mfrn mfrnand mIn mInand rainand
and other committees comlte of important importanthis impoltn impoltnhis S
his part of the country count Senator Snator V Vlard d dlard J Jlard
lard of Nebraska Nebr will Wn be > on the themittee theI themittee >
mittee mltt on interstate Inte at commerce commerl and a n < i iteroceanic jterolc n nteroceanic
I teroceanic terolc canals canalsSenator cls clsSnto canalsSenator
president Senator Snto tomorrow tomorw KearnS Kea will wt dine with the thepresident th thpresident thepresident
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PERSONS KILLED IN RAILROAD WRECK WRECKARE 1 1S <
S ARE CONFINED CONFINE IN BURNING CARS 11
Rtickfera R k Ills I Dee De 1A ILA A fast t js jssenger o osenger
senger train In on the t Illinois Central Centralrailroad Ct1 Ct1raJrOdtun CenIalraiiroadtbound
railroad raJrOdtun raiiroadtbound stbound from f Dttbuqne DI for forChicago t forChicogo
Chicago Chiego was wrecked wre about a 1 oclock oclockthis oclk oclkthis oclockthis
this morning Jrning near Br Perryvtlie Pe Ills ma the thefirst t t1rt thefirst
first 1rt station sto southeast sutht of this ti place placeThree p pThre placeThnee
Three Thre persons rn are reported rre killed klled and andseveral andIveral andHe
several Iveral He injured injuredIt 1hjuredI
It I is reported reprte here hee that tt three tr of the thecoa tbecole thecoetdheg
coa cole coetdheg rites were wer burned bur The T wrecked wreckedtrain wrkM wrkMtrain wreckedtrain
train which whih was known kwa as No 4 41 Is Issaid issaid
said Sld train trainA trainA trainA to have hv collided cld with wth a freight freighttrain t freighttrain
A relief reBe train trn left ln Rockfocd Roo for fo the thescene thescne thescene
scene scne of o the t wreck wrk at t 141 1 this U morn morning mornlug ¬
lug Ing IngROOSEVELT lugROOSEVELT ingROOSEVELT J1
ROOSEVELT IS HEIR HEIRTO HEIRTO HEIRTO
TO A LARGE lARGE FORTUNE FORTUNENew I INew
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+ New York Yok Dec 14 l iLThe The T Times Timesrf T Timessays +
+ rf says SyS According Acrln to a decision decisionhanded dlo decisionhanded + I
+ handed down dow by Justice Jutc Lawrence LawrenceIn Lwrence LwrenceIn +
+ In a suit sit brought bght for the purpose purposeT ppe + I Iof
+ T of obtaining obtanl a construction ctntn of the thewi thewill + f fwill
+ will wi of Cornelius Crnlu Tan Schick Schiickf Sh SchickRoosevelt lck lckRosvelt +
+ f Roosevelt Rosvelt who died dl J J In New Ne York Yorkin YorkIn + f fIn
+ In 1887 187 President Prhent Theodore Teore Roose Roosevelt Ros RooseveIl +
+ felt who is a nephew neew of the tes tesf testator teslater +
+ f tator Will Wl inherit a fortune foune of of1tween oft + f fbetween
+ t between 1tween 100000 laO and an 1O00OSenator 130000 130000Senator iO +
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Senator Sewall Dying DyingCamden Dyig DyigCAmden DyingCamden
Camden N J Dec D 15 1230 123 a m mUnited 1 inUnited
United Unite States Stte Senator Snto William Wilam J Sew Sewall Sewal Sewall
all al who is 1 ill 1 at his h home here suf suffered suftoned uf uffere ¬
toned fere a a relapse rP yesterday yteray and his hi death deathif dealhmometrl deathmontentarhly
if momentarily mometrl expected extM Since inC his rc rctJirn r rUrn roUrn
tJirn Urn fi fl ftSin m Aeheville AbeviUe N C 1 Senator SenatorSeAvall Stnator StnatorSeWal SenatorSaWall
SeAvall terday SeWal teda had been bn improving Impr ing until Yes Yesterday yesterday > s steda ¬
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Troops Troop For Fr the Philippines PhilippinesColumbus Phippine PhilippinesColumbus
Columbus Club 0 Dec 14 14General leneral or orders ord order ¬
ders d r for the te removal rmoval of troops an anl1f anl1ffeers and < l of officers > f fflcers
flcers feers numbering 440 441 44 from the th toium toiumbU8 toiumbus olum olumbus
bus barracks 1rc were werf received TNeed today toa The Thetroops Thf Thftroop Thetroops
troops troop are to go to the Presidio PrE idio at San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco an anFrnc
Francisco Frnc ond from there thre embark eblk for forthe forthe mrthe
the Philippines PhilippinesDrank PhilippinesDrank hlppne I
Drank Wood Alcohol AlcoholBeverley Alchol AlcoholSBeverley
Beverley Mass Mas Dec Dc U HTwo Two m mn mnare IThnare n nare
are dead and two others othE are at th thj thpoint the thepoint >
j point of death here htrf from the thf effect ffec of ofdrinking ff ffI ofdrinking
drinking drindn wood wo alcohol al nilI Thursday hmsda Join JoinJ Jolll JolllJ
I J ODonnell ODonnel and Frank Fank Wa Wanet Waggett getl died diedtoday tiiedtoday
today todn
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Information IDfotn received at 4 a m from fromthe fromth fromthe
rve i
the th scene of the te wreck wk is that tht at atten J less lessteii a aten <
ten persons jlns lost I then ti lives lve in i the te fc fcaster f d s saster
aster atr and that the t bodies bie were burn bur burnN l lNo
No N trace tc of them th was wa left leftBoth le leftBoth
Both Bt trains were w consumed Ced by b th thflames ti t h hflames
flames fam Five persons p were we killed kUe4 an1 an1their In1 In1thei an antheir
their thei remains rem ins incinerated inctl In the wreck wreckThey WffK WffKTey wreckThey
They Tey were wereRichard wereRihard wereRichard
Richard Rihard Ormaby Osb passenger er engineer engineerChicago eqin engineerChicago r rChlc
Chicago ChicagoJames Chlc ChicagoJames
James Reardon Reardo Freeport Frt fireman freman on onpassenger or orpner orpassenger
passenger pner train trainRobert trainRbert trainRobert
Robert Rbert Thompson Thompn American Aercan express expressmessenger expn expnm C Cmessenger
messenger messengerJ m nger ngerJ
J W Falk Flk passenger pnger brake brakelD brakeman brakemanDavid man manDavid
David Dvid Behl Bhl engineer engineerWILLBE enneer enneerWlllBE engineerWILIOBE
WILLBE SOME RELIEF RELIEFIN RELEF
IN THE MONEY MARKET HARKETNew
New York Yok Dec D 14 HI 14It It is I expected expcte th ththere ththere
there ther will wi be some relief relef in I the mono moncrmarket monomrket moncImarket
market mrket during durng the current curent Week wtdt throag throagthe througthe
the prepayment prpyment by the treasury trea UY of th thJanuary t thJanuary
January Jaur interest due by the go g ernrn irnm1 irnm1Judgg rnm1I rnm1IJudging < n nJudging
Judging Judgg from experience exprience hOWL er lot roimuch Ti lotmuch
much impression probably will wi be e eby nrd nrdby n nby
by these tbe payments paymEDt which whi < h will m ani amin aminI a > n nto
I to about abut 300000 01 < > at New York becti bectithe btclj bectithe
the need for money is so urg urgLt t List Listweek L Lwek Lstweek
Ii ne
week wek the flurry in the money market marketWas marketa marketWas
Was partly responsible reponble for ne ie e fairly fairlylarge rirl rirllrge furlylarge
a ptly
lrge large sales sle of miniatured unmtur bonds and id idpayment th thpayment thpayment
payment by the riubtreasury ubtraury for ihtse hts htsturiies se securities e eeurities ¬
curities turiies amount1 amOmtl to 255i 2I5Schecks > t Td Tdchecks T Tcheck
checks check were collected cotptf over the inter Jlnter of ofthat orthat ofthat
that institution insttuton in order rer that tat tu oroceeds oroceedsmight Irocds Irocdsmlgbt oroceedamight
might be b made > immediately immete Available AvailableA al ble blemovement
A movement which vii Il has ba begun bl f r be Im Imlrtnt lotjiortant m miwrtant
iwrtant lrtnt is the withdrawal witdwal of i t W r coins coinsold eoinsold oin oinold <
sold old as a well wel as a silver from th s ibtrap ibtrapury lbtr ibtreaptiny po poliry
tiny for holiday presents Sv S i with withdrawals wlth1rawals withtrawais ¬
drawals last w wk > k amounted i > about about50000 aboutL5o000
t50000 50000 and it is I is likely that th volum volumwill volumwill volu voluwill
will increase > tins tJI week Th There < re was wg r revidence revidence < t tpvldenle
evidence last wt < is J of contributions to tothe t ttht tothe
the > need of the th Yew ew York monty mar mark markt mariot
k kt < t by the Oanuiian banks This is issomewhat i iomewhat t tsomewhat <
somewhat surp lirp ising song because hf cause usuaiv usuaivwhen UHH1 usuai usuaiwhen i iwhen
when mney is i dar here these th bank bankseek bankPfk bankosoek
seek to t Lk < k itl ntage of the th fiet ict pl plhriTij orlhoing < rl rlbrinjf
brinjf gold 01 < > VTT the I hp border for he > pur purpose plrpp prpose ¬
pose pp e of loinins it in In New York York The b fa r rthar Vi ViIha S Sthat
that Vedneaday > t dne 1 1 day and
on > ay Friday of J8 a aw r f
w week < eek money was freely freely offer oftenj in i
last hour by large banking nk n inter intorthe 4 tait taitthe wit witthe
the result of breaking the th rri rd r I e eporarily fr frporarily tnporarlJy
porarily to the lO eet of th
lowest the t e we 4 yff tt ttto flm P Pto <
to show that these interests a Inter Jntrnupon Intfmupon Interupon
upon preventing U possible 1 oderangtnnt undtf un u >
derannn df rangmnt > nt of th market
ar 8 thfir thfirresounes th thrl thtresources
resources < oun > o s are
rl supposed iob to h irmo irmotht rmcth rnoethey
tht th they y will ill most mo t likely sac s iTf rp > + thpfr o <
fort to restore normal norma ccnuiuons < to o omo lu lumontary 2 2mougtary
montary mo tat7 situation
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