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indicted Oregon Or on Co Congressman essman Ap Appears Appearsin gpeaxs ¬
pears pearsin eaxs in the House for the First ErstEme FirstTime irst
Time 1 me This Session SessionPOSITION SessionPoSiTION
W Washington Shtngt Jan 15When 15 Wlian thehouse the thehouse thehouse
house met at 11 oclpaH oclOQ Mr Babcocktook Babcock Babcocktook Babcocktook
took the floor on a question of personel person
el privilege He based this on a state statement strutement statement ¬
ment of a local newspaper entitled entitledHow entitledHHow entitledHow
HHow How Came abcock to Rebel and andwhich andWhich andwhich
which gaveas gaveas gave as a reason for his h1sopposi h1soppositlon opposi opposition opposition ¬
tion to joining Arizona and New Mex Mexico Mexico Diexico ¬
ico as one state his pique at not being beingmade beIngmade beingmade
made chairman of the appropriation appropriationcommittee appropriationcommittee appropriationi
i committee committeeThe committeeThe committeeThe
The statement Mr Babcock said to totally totDlly totally ¬
tally rnisrepreseritedTliim misrepr n1e h and Jld he also alsobelieved alsobeUeved a150belie
believed belie ed edzvhlch the th sosc soMailed S IlIed Iedstalwarls Iedstalwarlswh1ch stalwarts stalwartswhich
which he understood unders god meant the house houseorganization houseorganization housec
c organization or g gbeen anization Hehodhe HehOd He = Ixtd he said never neverbeen ne7erbeen
been an applicant appUcant for the chairmanship chairmanshipof
of the appropriations committee He Hehad Hehad Hehad
had not wanted that chairmanship andhad and andhad andhad
had It been tendered tende ed him hhnehould should havea have havedeclined havedeclinedi
a declined itas as I did not feel fe l that under underthe underthe underI
the circumstances clrcurrtstPnCes circum titinCes titinCest I could lave filled 81Iedj 81Iedthe filledit filledit
t it to the satisfaction sSt satisfaction fachon of the house houseOpposed houseOpposed
Opposed to Joint Statehood StatehoodAs Sta ehood ehoodAs
As to statehood stat hood Mr Babcock said he hehad hehad hehad
had always been opposed to joiningArizona joining joiningArizona joiningArIzona
Arizona and New Mexico as one state stateand stateand stateand
and had always opposed oppos d it it At t the lastsessionhe last lastsession lastsession
sessionhe session he saId id the th opposition support supported ¬
e ed d djoining the rules committee of the house housejoining hou e ejoInIng
joining the statehood question as the thebest thebest thebest
best means of killing the bill billAs bUIAs billAs
As to the views on the t + he tariff Mr MrBabcock MrBabcock DirBabcock
Babcock said they had not changed changedHe changedie
He ie presented a resolution adopted by bythe bythe bythe
the Wisconsin delegation in congress congressJan congressJan congressJan
Jan 14 1005 lOO in favor of the revision revisionand revIsionand revisionand
and said While lowing as a party man manto manto manto
+ to the programme he still adhered to tothe tothe tothe
the opinion that revision should be had hadThere hadThere hadThere
There w was s no reply to Mr Babcooksstatement Babcooks Babcooksstatement Babcooksstatement
statement and when he concluded someof some someof someof
of his hiscoUeagues colleagues applaudedResolutions applauded applaudedResolutions applaudedResolutions
Resolutions calling on the secretary secretaryof
of the na rtsry TjT fo Q 1 retfbrtU epobt fl dbeeha8 bere 17e shas has been beenany b liesnany m many
any delay in delivering material to the thebattleships thebattleships thebattleships
battleships Connecticut and Louisiana Louisiananow Louisianat
y now bollix built or any change In the thecost thecost thecost
t cost or pking y Pk a13s 1S v crl the ships were agreed agreedon
Cyclone Predicted PredictedIn
In o opposition pP osition to the Philippine Pbiliro > lne bill billr
r Davis of Minnesota asserted that thatlie that1e th a t tr
r lie 1e recent expedition exi > ed1tlon ofmenlbarsUf ofmenlbarsUfthe of menbar f fj t tthe
j the Philippines was gotten up for the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of passing the pending bill He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said the beneficiary of the legislation legislationwould legislationwould legislationwould
would be the socalled sugar trust and andmrchasers andthe andI
the Spreoltels people who were the on only onlyt I y yi
i t purchasers mrchasers of raw sugar in this tJh s coun counry country coonly
try ry
ryAnnouncing Announcing himself blm lf in favor of tariff tariffrevision tariffrevision tariffrevision
revision Mr Days Pavs concluded with a awarning a1earnlng awarning
warning to Republican representatives representativesof r presentatives presentativesof
of manufacturing districts You hadi had hadbetter hadbetter
i better be wise in time he said You Youhad Youhad Youhad
had better retain the friendship and co cooperation cooperation cooperation ¬
operation of the farmer and thus sevo se secure secure ¬
cure and retain his vo vote votebecause te because my myfriends myfriends m S Sfriends =
friends there may be a time when if ifthe itthe ifthe
the gentle zephyr does not affect you youa
t a cyclone willThe will willThe willThe
The sacredness of the schedules of ofthe otthe ofthe
the DIngJey tariff was tv as made the subr sub subject subject ¬
r ject of a speech of castigation against againstRepublican againstRepublican againstRepublican
Republican Inaction regarding tariff tariffrevision tarIffrevision tariffrevision
revision by Mr r I De > e Armond of Mis Missouri 1tItssoud Diiseouri ¬
souri With an overwhelming majority majorityIn
In the house and senate and a declded decidedly ¬
ly 1 overwhelming majority in the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse Whiteouse
House ouse he said the Republican party partyhad partyhad partyhad
had no excuse for InactionDebate Inaction InactionDebate InactionDebate
Debate Closed ClosedMr ClosedMr ClosedDir
Mr Boutell closing the debate re reviewed reviewed ref ¬
f viewed the provisions of the bill and andurged andurged andurged
urged the following reasons for Its Itspassage Itsa558ge itspassa
passage passageThat passa passaThat a558ge a558geThat
That it will meet the approval of the thegreat thegreat theeat
great eat mass of Americans that It is isnoped Ishoped isaped
hoped it will prove of inestimable ben benefit benefit benefit ¬
efit to both the Philippines and the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and that all educatedFilipinos educated educatedFilipinos educatedFilipinos
Filipinos favor the measure measureAn measureAn measurei
An entertaining digression dJ resslon was made madeby madeby madeby
i by Mr Boutell Involving the prosper prosperity prosperity ¬
l ity of the state of Missouri He wasdescribIng wasdescribing was wasdescribing
describing its richness In biblical lan laneruage language language
guage when wh n Champ Clark Interrupted Interruptedto
to Inquire if Mr Boutell was going togive to toplve tofve
give fve the Dingley tariff law credit for allthis all allthis aUthIs
this thisIt thisj
j It had given Missouri producers better bet better better
ter prices far their products in this thiscountry thl5country thiscountry
country was the repjy repJ When the theDIngley theDIngley theDingley
DIngley law was passed ed Mr Boutellsaid Boutell Boutellsaid Boutellsaid
said the mortgages on n Missouri farms farmsmade tarmsmade
i made the state look like a tented fieldnow field fieldnow fleldnow
now therewere there were not notenough enough such mort mortgages mortgages mortgages ¬
gages to furnish paper on which the therecent therecent thef
f recent speech of Mr Clark could havebeen have havebeen bavebeen
been writtenAccepted written writtenAccepted writtenAccepted
Accepted the Challenge ChallengeMr
Mr Clark was on his feet Wait Waitsaid Waitsaid It Itsaid
said Mr Boutell I have yet other otherMissouri otherflssouriblessings otherliissourl
Missouri flssouriblessings blessings to recount The Thelast Thelast Thelast
last wets zra s the fact that Missouri had hadplaced hadplaced hadplaced
placed herself in the Republican column col column column ¬
umn The next would be the conver conversion conversion conversion ¬
sion of o Mr Clark to protection and his hiselevation hiselevation hieelevation
elevation to the senate He challenged challengedMr j
Mr Clark to join the debate in his dis district district district ¬
trict Dirt Mn fl1 Clark to advocate tearing
down the custom houses and Mr Boutell Bou Boutell Boutel1 ¬
tell to advocate advo te the Dingley rates oreven or oreven oreven
even higher ones onesMr onesMr onesDir
Mr Clark accepted the challenge He Headded Headded Headded
added that his tear down customshouses customs customshouses customshouses
houses speech was made nine years yearsago yearsago yearss yearsago
ago How long do you think it will
s be before anyvgentleman any gentleman on that side sidewill sidewill siderill
will make a speech which will live for Pornine fornine fornine
nine years he asked amid general getterai j
laughter I IAppearance
Appearance of Hermann HermannRepresentative HermannReprese HermannRepresentative
Representative Represe 1tatlve Finger BingerH Hermann r nann of Ore Oregon Oreon Oregon ¬
gon on presented himself and d took the oath oathns oathns oathas
ns a member It was w wad his first firsta appear appearance aUearance ar arfiIlcB ¬
ance onIthtfloor on nth e Dr Jhi b Me A > glphiiil ip11a ip11aAt f fAt l lAt
At 435 oclock 0 C 1oclt ock the house adjourned adj urned until un until until ¬
til tomorrow at noon noonWILL noonwuL noonW6liLL
W6liLL WILL iB BE TOTAL LOSS LOSSAtlantic LOSSAttantfcCity LOSSAtlantic
Atlantic AttantfcCity City N J Jan 75Captain 15 15Captain f fCaptain
Captain Archibald Archl ald his two mates matesand matesand 4 4and
and the life iaYtng ytng crews tonight tonightabandonedLe tonightt f fabandoned
F abandoned abandonedLe ° tfie tr e steamer CherokeeThe Cherokee CherokeeThe A AThe
t + The ves vesselprobably cl tobablY will be a lotal 3ota1r 10 tal talloss it itloss
r loss < Xl l r
3 3t
Sending Sen of Delegates to the Horocdan HorocdanConference MoroQ taraetanConference < 1an 1anConference
Conference Deprecated by Sen Senators Senators Senatohs ¬
ators Bacon and an 1 Hale HaleLIKfeLY XaleLIKhY
4 4Wasblngton
Washington Jan 15 15ln In the senate to today today today ¬
day a bill bl I presented by Mr MrSmoot Smop giv giving giving giving ¬
ing to homesteaders on the recently recentlyopened
opened opened Ulntah reservation an extensionuntil extension extensionuntil extensIonuntil
until May 15 1906 to establish residences residenceswas res denc s swas
was passed passedMr DassedI DossedDir
Mr Bacon introduced the follow followIng followins ollowIng + +
Ing resolutionResolved resolution resolutionResolved resolutionResolved +
Resolved by the senate Thatinterterence That Thatinterference 4 4interference
I interference with or participation ion in inany 4 4any
any controversy between European Europeangovernments Europeangovernments Europeangovernments i <
governments relating r lating to European Europeaninternational Europeaninternational Europeaninternatlonal
international questions is a viola violation violation f
tion of the well settled well defined definedpolicy definedpolicy definedpolicy +
+ policy of this government governm ent which has hasbeen hasbeen 4 4been
+ been recognized andobserved and obServed formore f for tormore or u umore
+ more than thana a centtiry centt y > past pastfRoots pastRoots pasURoots
Roots Indiscretion IndiscretionMr In iscretion iscretionMr
Mr Bacon acon stated frankl frankly that thattle lie had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been Induced to offer the the r resolution a s elution by b be v vth
the th e action taken by the senate on hisDioroecan his hisMoroccan hisMoroccan
Moroccan resolution He commented comm nted on onan onan onan
an article In the Washington Post which whichtold whichtold whichtold
told of permission given by Secretary S cretary
Root to the writer to examine all the thepapers thepapers thepapers
papers relating to the participation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States In the Algeclras
Spain conference sndsald and said he had nodoubt no nodoubt nodoubt
doubt that the statements in the article ar article article ¬
ticle were inspired by the secretary ofstate of ofstate otstate
state stateMr stateMr state4tr
Mr Lodge asked Mr Bacon if he wasprepared was wasprepared w wprepared
prepared to say that the article art cle was wasentirely wasentirely was wasentirely
entirely upon the authority of Secretary
Dodged the IssueAir Issue IssueMr IssueMr
Mr Bacon challenged Mr Lodge and andlater andlater andlater
later Mr Aldrich to obtain from Sec Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
retary Root a disavowal of that por portion portion portion ¬
tion of the article which he held to be bedisrespectful badisrespectful j
disrespectful to the senate Mr Lodgesaid Lodge Lodgegestion Lodgesaid
said he did not care to follow a sug suggestion
gestion by Mr Tillman that he Mr MrLOdge lirLodge j I
Lodge call up Mr Root over the tele telephone telephono rolephone ¬ =
phone and ask for a disavowal disavowalMr
Mr Bacon said that it was dispectful dispectfulfor
for Secretary Root to withhold papersfrom papers papersfrom papersfrom
from the senate and at the same time
display them to newspaper men Mr
Tillman said he thought an explanation explanationdue
due ue In order not to do Secretary Root Rootan Rootan hootan
an Injustice and called attention to themat the thefaot theblat
blat that the secretary had not refused refusedthp refugedthp refusedthnAforoccan
thp thnAforoccan Moroccan papers for the reason that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the senate had not asked for them as asthe asthe asthe
the resolution had not been adopted adoptedStrong adoptedStrong adoptedStrong
Strong Talk of Senator Hale HaleBoth HaleBoth HaleBoth
Both Bacon and Mr Tillman Tillm n referred referredto
to Mr Lodge as the defender of the thecabinet thecabinet thecabinet
cabinet members nembcrsI j
I think that on all matters submitted submittedto
to the senate involving jnrQly g treaties tXeati or oreven orevenf11 orevenfife even eventHe
tHe f11 negotiation of treaties said Mr illyHale MrHale MrHale
Hale it was never Intended to shut the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate out of f participation I do not notthink notthink notthink
think the senate should stand dumb
In such matters as some senators seem seemto seemto seemto
to do doIt doIt doIt
It Is said he went on that we may
trust the executive I think we may
But suppose we should have an execu earecutive executive executive ¬
tive that we could not trust Whatwould What Whatwould Whatwould
would happen if such an executive should shouldfind shouldtlnd shouldfind
find It desirable to rehabilitate his own ownfortunes ownfortunes ownfortunes
fortunes or those of his party What Whatin
in such a case must happen if the sen senate senate senate
ate should be compelled to wait until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the mischief Is done doneCould doneCould doneCould
Could Be Checked CheckedMr heckedMr
Mr Spooner asked what could be done doneat doneat doneat
at such a stage and Mr Hale replied repl d
I have no doubt if it was found that
the executive was taking advantage of
his power to commit the country to awar a awar awar
war policy the senate with the house of ofrepresentatives ofrepresentatives ofrepresentatives
representatives could interfere and put puta
a check to his course courseI
I dont believe he said that In thepresent the thepresent thepresent
present case the secretary of war will willallow willallow willallow
allow the country to be Involved and I
do believe that the conservative interests interestsof
of the country will be guarded I see seeno seeno saeno
no alarm but I wish that the secretary
of state and the president had determined deter determined determined ¬
mined not to send delegates to this con ¬
ference It is not called In the interest interestof
of commerce It Is a 1l Simon pure and andoutright andoutright andoutright
outright political affair and has to dowith do dowith dowith
with matters In which we have no con concern concern concern ¬
cern I cannot speak for the president presidentor
or the secretary of state but I should
think that if the conference was to be
held now they would hesitate before beforeagreeing beforeagreeIng beforeagreeing
agreeing to enter it But they have gone
too far to recede at this stage The
danger Is not from the president nor
from tho secretary but from the war warspirit WatspirIt warspirit
spirit of this country countryNo counLeoyNo count < y yNo
No Question About It ItMr ItMr Itilly
Mr Bacon expressed the opinion that thatnine thatnine thatnine
nine out of ten who had h d heard the de ¬
bate b e agreed with the position of Mr
Hale and he asked what would happen
if a Question Involving serious political politicalquestions pol1t1caqu politicalquestions
questions qu stlons should arise and the American
delegates should havethetie have the tie vote
In such event replied Mr r Hale I
believe that Secretary Root backed by
the president would telegraph the delegates dele delegates delegates ¬
gates to withdraw irons thQ conference
Mr Bacon responded d that while all allmight allmight allmight
might be safe under the present admin ¬
istration the Important point is that a agreat agreat agreat
great precedent is involved The timemight time timemight timemight
might come when bad men would be inplaces in inplaces inplaces
places of responsibility as it had In one
instance when a man who was after afterwards afterwards afterwards ¬
wards tried for treason had cast a de deciding decIding ¬
ciding vote voteMight voteMight voteMi
Mi Might g ht Become Involved InvolvedConcluding InvolvedConcluding nvoly ed edConcluding
Concluding Mr Bacon said he had hadmeant hadmeant hadmeant
meant no reflection on the president nor
the secretary of state both of whom he
highly respected but added that thepresident the thepresident thepresident
president not being a lawyer law er might mighteasily mighteasily mighteasily
easily become Involved in some matters mattersrequiring mattersrequiring mattersrequiring
requiring legal discrimination as evi ¬
dently had been the case In a matter of ofa ofa ofa
a treaty which had never been submitted
to the senate but which is nevertheless
In full force and effect effectMr effectMr effectDir
Mr Bacon Bacons s resolution was then at hisrequest his hisrequest hisrequest
request referred to the committee on for foreign foreign forei ¬
eign ei relations and the merchant merchantm marine rIne
bill bi 11l 1 I was laid before the senate Mr
Ga1U Gallihger 1ger offered a number of amend amendments amendmenta amendments ¬
ments to that bill which were agreed
to The amendments related principally
to the naval militia proposed by the
bill billAt
At 3 344 4 p m the senate went Into fntoex fntoexecutive ex executive executive ¬
ecutive session and adjourned at 402 402CHAFFEE 9102p
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Washington jV Jan 15 15Licutenant Lieutenant Gen General General ¬
eral era today tendered his resignation as aschief asc111efof aschief
chief c111efof of staff U S A to take talreeffect effect effecttoday
today and it was accepted by the presi ¬
dent General GeneraIChaee Chaffee does not go on onthe on
the retired list until Feb 1 but he deetred de desired deaired ¬
sired a fifteendays fifteen days leave Ieavtofabsence of absence be ¬
fore retiring retir mg from active service serviceen serviceeneral < Gen Genajal Gener
eral er < ajal a1 Bates Bat assistant asslst nt chief chiefof of staff will willsucceed wiUu
s succeed u < eed him himI
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Proper Pro p er E Equipment ui p lllent for a January Tnnua r3 Thaw
Two More Added to the Long List of Crimes Recently Com Committed Committed Commiffed ¬
mitted in Chicago ChicagoMurderer Murderer of Mrs Hollister HoliisterExamined HollisterExamined HollisterExamined
Examined by b the Police
Chicago Jan 15 15Two Two more murders murderswere murderswere I Iwere
were added last night to the long list listof listof
of crimes that have taken place in thiscity this thiscity I Iclty
city of late TC Try first rat victim was Anton AntonSpychalski AntoSpycha15kI Anton6pychalsli
Spychalski who was attacked by two tworobbers tworobbers tworobbers
robbers at the corner Corner < orner of < y Washington Washingtonboulevard WaShington WaShingtonboulevard Gashingtonboulevard
boulevard and Sragataon Stt1gan gahion OYl8tree street He Heshowed Hi Hishowed Hshowed
showed fight fl ht and one one of thm thfm th m shot him himcaused himthrough himnd
through the bod body inflicting a wound woo woocaused nd that thatcaused
caused his death in two ° Tours ToursThe ours oursThe oursThe
The second crime was committed at atthe atthe atthe
the intersection of May and Ralphstreets Ralph Ralphstreets Ralphstreets
streets where Joseph Kane was attacked attackedby attackedby
by thugs who beat him so terribly about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the head that his death ensued within a ashort ashort ashort
short time
Examination E of Ivens teensChicago IvensChicago IvensChicago
Chicago Jan 15 15RIchard Richard G Ivens Ivensselfconfessed Ivensselfconfessed Ivensselfconfessed
selfconfessed murderer of Mrs Franklin FranklinC Fran1dlnC
C Holiister was today subjected to a asevere asevere asevere
severe examination by the police in the theeffort tbeeffort theeffort
effort to obtain from him the names of ofIsSrlJuH oftJ1 ofas
tJ1 as opl dip + zve v JIe 3 3had
IsSrlJuH r9S 1 tm1f11 fttS hadno had no accomplices During Du During During ¬
ring the examination the aged father fath r of ofIvens ofIV ofIvens
Ivens IV ns sat in the room with the teass teassstreaming te teo4sstreaming 13 13streaming
streaming down his face When the theexamination theexamination theexamination
examination was concluded the old man manasked manasked manasked
asked his son sonDidyou sonDid sonDid
Didyou Did you really do this alone aloneYes aloneYes aloneYes
Yes I did it alone replied the son sonIt sonIt sonIt
It Is the intention of the police topush to topush topush
push the t e caseagainst case against Ivens
Chairman Payne Unwilling to Make Mal < e Any Concessions to the theSugar theSugar theSugar
Sugar and Tobacco Grbwers GrowersSome Some of the theStalwarts thet
t S Stalwarts alvdarts Wavering
Washington Jan 35 J 76Chairman Chairman Payne Payneo
of o the house ways and means committee committeeannounced committeeanLounced committeeannounced
announced tonight that he a was = as confident confidentthe
the Philippines tariff bill will pass with without withouL without ¬
out amendment when put to tos a vote He Hesaid Hesa1d Sesaid
said he was unwilling to accept the theamndments theamndments rhoamndments
amndments proposed by the beet sugar sugarmen sugarreen sugarmen
men and declared it would be better for forthe forthe forthe
the bill to o be defeated than tb n passed in insuch 1nsuch issuch
such form that the amount of sugar per permitted perzritted permitted ¬
mitted to come to the United States an annually annuaUy annually ¬
nually at reduced rates would be lim limited limited limited ¬
ited to a definite amount In the opinion opin opinion opinIon ¬
ion of Mr Payne such limitation would woulddefeat woulddefeat woulddefeat
defeat the purpose of the measure measureFruitless measureFruitless measureFruitless
Fruitless Conference ConferenceSeveral ConferenoeSeveral ConfereneoSeveral
Several conferences were held today be between between between ¬
tween Republican leaders of the two fac factions factions 4actions ¬
tions but the administration faction refused re refused refused ¬
fused to accept any of the compromise compromiseamendments compromiseamfndments compromiseamendments
amendments suggested by the insurgents insurgentsalthough insnrgentsalthough intinrgentsalthau
although althau ti the overtures of the Insurgents Insurgentswere
were carefully considered Many of the thestarwarts thestarwarts thegtarwarts
starwarts who were reported to be belined belined belined
lined up firmly with the administration
two weeks ago are now said tobe to be show showing showing showing ¬
ing signs of weakening and andtavor1ng andtavor1ngamendments favoring favoringamendments favoringamendments
amendments satisfactory to either the thesugar thesugar thesugar
sugar or tobacco Interests in their re respective respective respective ¬
spective districts districtsStrong districtsStrong districtsStrong
Strong Home Influence InfluenceEarly InfluenceEarly lnfluenccEarly
Early In the session it was vasannounced vasannouncedth announcedthat announced announcedthat
that th t the entire Nebraska delegationwould delegation delegationwould delegationwould
would stand by the administration Twonembers Two Twonicmbers TwoIttembors
nicmbers have weakened already and sev several sev several several ¬
eral others are said to be wavering and andinclined andinclined andinclined
inclined to favor the amended bill The Thebeet Thebeet Thebeet
beet sugar Interests of the state are re responsible responsible responsible ¬
sponsible for this change in view and anda
a a number of other representatives from frommiddle frommiddle Prommiddle
middle western states are reported to be beyielding belelding bolelding
lelding to home influence On the other otherhand otherhand otherand
hand and there are several representatives representativesfrom representativesfromsugar representativesfrom
from fromsugar sugar beet districts who like Repre Representative Representative Representative ¬
sentative Cooper of Wisconsin announcethat announce announcethat announcethat
that they will vote for the bill as es itnow it itnow Itnow
now stands and are confident that a fulleapIanation full fullexplanation fulle
explanation e 1 > lanaUon of Philippine conditions will willpersuade willpersuadcth willper9uade
persuade persuadcth their lr constituents constltu nts that no harm harmwill harmwfll h hwill
will result to home grown sugar from the thesmall thesmall e esmall
small amount of Philippine sugar whichwill which whichwill whichwill
will come here under under reduced tariff rates
Defense Offered No Testimony Test ll10ny and the ProsecutionDid Prosecution Did Not NotPut NotPut NotPut
Put All of its Witnesses on the Stand StandCourt StandCourt StandCourt
Court Meets February 20
Boise Ida Jan 15At 15 At Caldwell to today today today ¬
day Probate Judge Church committed committedHarry commIttedHarry committedHarry
Harry Orchard on the charge of havingmurdered having havingmurdered havingmurdered
murdered exGovernor Frank Steunen Steunenberg Steunenberg Steunenberg
berg on Dec SO 4 The Thedefensooffered defense offered no notestimony notestimony notestimony
testimony The accused man is In jail jailat jailat failat
at CaldwelL The next term of the dis district district dsfrtct ¬
trict court will open there on Feb 20 20but 20but 20but
but it It t is not yet known whether the theprisoner theprisoner theprisoner
prisoner will be tried at atthat that time Twen Twenty Twenty Twenty ¬
ty witnesses In all were put on by b the thestate thestate thestate
state in the preliminary eleven on Sat Saturday Saturdayand Saturday ¬
urday urdayand and nine today todaySome todaySome todaySame
Some of the Witnesses WitnessesThe WitnessesThe Itnesses ItnessesThe
The most important importanttoday today was Andy AndyJohnson AndyJohnson AndyJohnson
Johnson a Boise officer who talked talkedwith talkedwith talkedwith
with Orchard several times before and andafter andafter andafter
after his blsarrest arrest He lied a collection of ofexhibits ofexhibIts ofexhibits
exhibits connected with the case W H HSchenck HSchenck HSchenck
Schenck testified that Orchard had hadroomed hadroomed hadroomed
roomed with him for two weeks in No November November i Ia Iaember ¬
vember and that during that time twostrangers two twostrangers twostrangers
strangers visited him Several witnessestold witnesses witnessestold wItnessestold
told of having seen Orchard in the Vicinity vicinity vi vicinity ¬
cinity of the house houseof of the victim Julian 3uIianSteunenberg JulianSteunenberg JuUanSteunenberg
Steunenberg son of the former gover governor governor severnor ¬
nor testified that a dan who he identi identified Identified identified ¬
fied as Orchard came to him on Wednes Wednesday Wednesday tiVednesday ¬
day before the murder and asked when whenhis whenhis whenhis
his father would be home He said hohad ho hohad hohad
had a deal with hfs father for some somesheep somesheep some someslices
sheep and was anxious to tosee see seehlm 11lm The Theboy Theboy Theboy
boy told the man manhisfather his father would be beback beback beback
back Friday nightOrchard night nightOrchard nlghtOrchard
Orchard Was Nervous NervousAmong NoreenAmong eJVols eJVolsAmong
Among the witnesses shvas lwas was A Ballantyne Ballan Ballantyne Ballantyn
tyne tyn aCaldweA a Caldwell business IYusin ss man m mail who whosaw whosawOrcllatda saw sawOrchard saw sawOrchard
Orchard Orcllatda a iew f fewmlnutyibetore ewTtotautef inutea beforV etor tl on tb the
i J pjjf 4
evening of the murder not more thanfortyfive than thanfortyfive
fortyfive minutesbefore minutes before b fore thebomb the bomb wasexploded was wasexploded wasexploded
exploded He testified that that Orchard was wasin wasIn wasin
in a nervous state evidently preoccupiedwith preoccupied preoccupiedwith
with something He failed to answer answerquestions answerquestions answerquestions
questions and otherwise gave evidence evidenceof
of being under some strain Mr Ballan Ballantyne Ballantyne Ballantyne
tyne Is believed to be the last man who whosaw whosaw whosaw
saw Orchard before the explosionChemist explosion explosionChemist explosIonChemist
Chemist Not CalledThe Called CalledThe Call d dThe
The state had several witnesses on hand handwhom handwhom handwhom
whom it did not call Some of these are arebelieved arebelieved arebehaved
believed to be important Among them themis themIs
is Chemist Ch mist Jones of oithe the state university universitywho universItywho universitywho
who has ha analyzed the powders and other othermaterials othermaterials othermaterials
materials found In Orchards sroom broom oom and andIn andin
In his trunk Nb hint of the th result of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his Investigations has leaked out The Thecase Thecase Thecase
case was submitted subm1ttedwithout without argument argumentand argumentand argumentand
and a few minutes after the state had hadrested hadrested hadrested
rested Jud Judge e Church formally committed committedthe committedthe
the prisoner to the charge of the sheriff sherifftb
tb await trialSE trial trialSENTENCE
BURBANK P WILL I L STAND STANDLeavenworth STANDLeavenworth D DLeavenworth
Leavenworth Kan Jan 15 15Advioes 15AdvioeslceIved Advices Advicesrcelved Advioesrcelved
rcelved at Fort Leavenworth from frpmWaghington trqmWshlngton fromWashington
Washington state that President Roosevelt Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt has declined to interfere interterewith with thefindings the thefindings thefindings
findings of the oourtmartlal In the case caseof caseat caseof
of Lieutenant Sidney So S L Burbank Sixth Sixthinfantry Si Sixth Sixthinfantry th thinfantry
infantry recently sentenced in the Phil Philippines PhilIppInes Philippines ¬
ippines to fifteen months imprisonment impriaonmentand
and dis dismissal asal from the army Burbank Burbankwas Burbankwaa urbankwas
was convicted of deserting his Filipino Filipinowifewho l4lUplnowiewho Filipinowife
wifewho wife tho sometime Bome tlme ego ego was granted granteddivorce u 1 1dlvorco
divorce and nd alimony
f a
R 1
Mrs rst A AI J JI Hembree em roe and an Her HerI HetDaughter e ea
I Daughter a u g ter Evidently vi ant Y Yere Mur MurI NlurJlered ul
I dered ere Ere re House ouse Burned BurnedTillamook BurnedTi11amook urns urnsTillamook
Tillamook Ore Jan 15 15Another 15Anotherdiscovery Anotherdiscovery Another Anotherdiscovery
discovery has been made in connection connec connection connection ¬
tion with the mysterious death of Mrs MrsA DirsA
A A A J Hembree and her daughter parts partsof partsof
of whose bodies Wer found t und In the therula theruts theruin
ruts of their home at Sand Sa > ld Lake All Allthat Allthat Allthat
that remained remainedgof of at Juhe the womenafterthe womenafterthears Women aftertb aftertbtvere after th thwtfre
ars tv wtfre rea s iew f ew v cTfarreoL 1 rreu bones The Thesuspicion Thc8uspicion Thesuspicion
suspicion that so small a house as asthat 1L3that asthat
that In which the family lived could couldhardly co couldhardly ld ldhardly
hardly give such a heat In burning to toentirely toentirely toentirely
entirely incinerate a human body led ledto ledto ledto
to further investigation with the re result result result ¬
sult that what Is believed to have havebeen havebeen
been the skulls of the women has beenfound been beenfound beenfound I
found n sheetiron a stove which was wasin wasin wasin
in the Hembree house when it w wburned was wasburned wa3burned
burned down downA j jA
A J Hembree the husband andfather and andfather andfather
father who was arrested in connec connection connection connection ¬
tion with the supposed murder is now nowin nowin nowin
in the Yamhill county jail where he hewas hewas hewas
was taken after waiving examination examinationin
in this county to prevent a possible possibleattempt possibleattempt possibleattempt
attempt < at summary vengeance veng ce on the thepart thepart thepart
part of Hembrees neighbors who whofirmly whofirmly whofirmly
firmly believe that the prisoner Dr oner com committed committed committed ¬
mitted the crime to conceal the fact factthat factthat fa et etthat
that he had maltreated his daughterThe daughter daughterThe daughterThe
The discovery of the skulls in the thestove thestove thestove
stove seems to be conclusive evidence evidencethat evidencethat evidencethat
that the women were first murdered murderedthe
the heads chopped from the bodies bodiesand bodiesand bodiesand
and that afterward the house was set seton seton seton
on fire fireI fireon
Condition on ition a of Marshall ors a Field FieldShowed FieldShowed ie ieowe
Showed owe Marked are Improve Improvement I mprove mprovement mprovement ¬
ment Yesterday YesterdayNew ester a Y YNew
New York Jan 15 15The The condition of ofMarshall ofMarshall ofMarshall
Marshall Field showed marked im improvement Improvement improvement ¬
provement early tonight The Th rally rallywhich rallywhich rallywhich
which he experienced between 2 and 3oclock 3 3oclock 3oclock
oclock In the afternoon continued fivehouse five fivehours fivehours
hours after it began and so noticeably noticeablyhad not1 bly blyhad
had Mr Field improved improvedat pt t the end of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this period that those watching at his hisbedside hisbedside hisbedside
bedside bea began m to hone for recovery recoveryOne r recoveryOne overy overyOne
One of his three physicians who whoearlier WhoearIler mhoearlier
earlier In the day had announced tothose to tothose tothose
those at Mr Fields bedside that prac practically prS pratorally < ¬ i itlcalIy
orally all hope of o saving his life must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be abandoned srjd s < > id tonight that he hebelieved heb hebelieved
believed b 1feved Mr Field had a chance of re recovery recovery ¬
covery coVer During the rally Mr Field Fieldwas Fieldas leld leldwas
was as perfectly rfeotly conscious It was stated statedby statedby statedby
by those who had been with him and andwas andwas andwas
was better than he had been at anytimeduringthe anytime any anytime
timeduringthe time during the preceding prec ding twentyfour twentyfourhours twentYfourhours twentyfourhours
hoursDuring hours hoursDuring hoursDurlI
During DurlI g the earlier Dart of the day daythe daythe daythe
the patients condition was considered consideredso I
so grave grati e that a forecast o ot the theweather theweather theweaher
weather conditions tonight and tomor tomorrowwas tomorrowwas tomorro
rowwas rowwas ro T ° was asked k d for by his physicians physiciansIn
In the hope that a change from theoaiceeding the theexceeding thee
exceeding e ding dampness of the last l t twodays two twodays I
days would be a a factor factorin in hisfavor hisfavorHis his f favor favorHie vor1 vor1Its
His Its strength was very low but he heseemed heseemed I Iseemed
seemed to t 0 indicate 1ndi tea a determination to tofight tofight tofkht
fight the disease to tdthe the very last lastAlthough lastAlthough 3ast1lthough <
Although the area of congestion was wasstill wassun wasstill
still confined to one lung early to tolong to tonightthe ¬
nightthe night the lone strain n had made m a fie de great greatInroads greatinroads i iinroads
Inroads upon Mr Fields Fl ldsstnmgth strength andheart and andheart andheart
heart stimulants were freely administered adminis administered admlnlst ¬
tered t red
Colonel Colo el Robert G Gi Lowe LoweGalveston LoweGalveston LoweGalveston
Galveston T8C Tex Jan 15 15Co1onel Colonel Rob Robert RobertG Robert ¬
ert ertG G Lowe owner and publisher of theGalveston the theGalveston theGalyeston
Galveston News died today after a shortillness short shortIllness shortlUne
Illness lUne iS 70 11 years of age Daring the war warColonel warColonel warColonel
Colonel Lowe was in n the Confederatearmy Confederate Confederatearmy Confederatearmy
army and attained the he rank of 0 major majorAfter majorAfter maJorAfter
After the th war he boughtan bought an interest inter interPStin interPStinthe st in inthe inthe
the Galveston News and he also alsostarloa alsostarloathe started starlodthe startedthe
the Dallas News A widow two sons sonsand sons sonsand sonsAnd
and three daughters survive himCommodore him himCommodore himCommodore
Commodore W P McMsnn McMsnnNew McM McMgnnNew nn nnNew
New Rochelle e IT 1 T YJan Janlc J IuCorliiuo IuCorliiuodora Commo Commodore Con ino inodore ¬
dore WilliamP W11Uam P McMann McMannU llfclli ann JCT > S = N retired re rettireai reitire
ttireai itire tired died d = at hIs homajhere h JU f re today to tos 4r
s 7 7F f i 1 r rj rt
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1 i if ir
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SEAIONICE i M6Rr M6Rrh Y YSalton >
h c
Salton Sink Ink Being Restored to ItsAncient Its ItsAncient ItsAnoient
Ancient Condition By B Y Ythe Waters i of ofthe ofthe
the Colorado River SaverSURVEY RiverSURVEY RiverEE
W WashiAgiOn hingionifJaii ngio J Jan lo 15Tho The changesnoiv5 changesnoiv5taking oh ahang8e Ull S Stakhig no notakilig1
taking place r hi that part of Souffiecif SouffiecifCalifornia Soutl1e Soutl1eCaUfOrnlawhich Southelailir SouthelailiCalifornia
California CaUfOrnlawhich which la Isknown known as asthB the Saitoh Saitohsink Saltl Sal r oa oasink > ri riSl
sink Sl k Salton Saltona sea a Imperial Imperial Imp rhil valley or orColorado or orColorado r rColorado
Colorado desert have hayeresulted resulted in the di director dll dllrector director +
rector of the United States geological geologicalsurvey g60logicaIsurvey geoloicalsurvey
survey ordering an immediate survey surveyor surveyorthe ptthe of ofthe
the entire area areaWhat areaW11at areaPhat
What Is now a fertile and populous populousvalley populous populousvalley populousvalley
valley was for many centuries a great greatlake greatlake grantlake
lake or inland sea a hundred miles In Inlength InHmg Inlength
length Hmg > th Into which flowed the waters of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Colorado river Owing to changes changesin
in the course of the river the inflowceased Inflow Inflowceased InflowceMed
ceased and the water of the lake finally finallyevaporated fInallYevaporated finallyevaporated
evaporated At the lowest point in tho rhovalley thovalley thovalley
valley a salt marsh was left the bottom bottomof
of which was nearly nearl 300 3Q feet bolow sea sealeveL sealevel sealei
leveL lei eL
Once hlorea More a Lake LakeAbout LakAbout Lake4bout
About a year ago an Irrigation com company company company
pany pany cut a shallow ditch through the thebank thebank thebank
bank of the Colorado river into this basin ba basin basIn ¬
sin A little later at a time when the thewater thewater thewater
water In the river was was very high the thebanks theb5nks thebsnks
banks of this ditch wore cut away and andIts andits andits
Its bottom was scoured out by the rapid rapidcurrent rapidcurrent rapidcurrent
current so that now practically the en entire entire entire ¬
tire volume of the water wat r In the river riverflows riverflows riverflows
flows into the basin During the past pastiSix pastslx pastslat
slat or eight months thousands of dollars dollarshas dollarshas dollarshRS
has been expended in various Ineffectual ineftectuulAttempts Ineffectualattempts IneectuuJattempts
attempts to control the Inflow of the thoriver thtriver theriver
river The salt marsh has been enlarged enlargedto
to form orm a a lake forty tort or fifty miles in inlength Inlength inlength
length The water is rising at the rate ratsof rateof i iof
of about an inch a dayWIII day dayWill dayWill
Will Furnish DataThe Data DataThe DataThe
The proposd surveys will furnish datafor data datafor i ifor
for an accurate map of that portion ofthe of ofthe II
the old lake that lies within witl n the UnitedStates United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and will enable the cartographers cartographersof cartogr hers I
of the survey to show in correct position posi position position ¬
tion on the map the numerous towns townswithin townswithin
within tho area the channels of the two twostreams twostreamS izrostreams I
streams that carry tho water of tho thoColorado thoColorado ChoColorado
Colorado river to the lake and various variousother variousother
other topographic features With thisdata this thisdata tWsdata I
data in hand a careful estimate can bemade be bemade bemade
made of the time that it would take takefill o ofill I
fill this great lake basin again sh shcfcnd shcfcndtho sh1 sh1t d dth
tho t th hti i course course of the Colorado river not i n nchanged aa aachanged e echanied
changed changedP changedEMPLOYE chaniedA >
P PIRI R Fahey a e Y Yr Yonto Co o Stock tat and andGaiJihBrpkersof an
GaiJihBrpkersof r CIYelafGh
0 i iC1eveIand Go onto Into Liquidation LiquidationCleveland ui anon
Cleveland Jan 15 lbP P R RFahey RFaheyCo Fahey FaheyCo
Co stock and grain brokers announced an announced announced ¬
nounced today that the firm will go goInto g1 g1Into gointo >
Into liquidation and retire from busi busijiess busin business
n ness ss owing to the peculations of atrusted a atrusted atrusted
trusted employe emplo e and nd the continued ill illhealth illhealth illhealth
health of the senior member P PFahey BFahey B BFahey
FaheyIn Fahey FaheyIn
In an official statement Issued today todayby todayby todayby
by the firm customers are requested requestedto
to order all open transactions closed closedat
at once In carrying out his pecu peculations peculations pecu peculations ¬
lations the employe it Is added soaltered so soaltered soaltered
altered and falsified Individual ac accounts accounts accounts ¬
counts that it will prove a complicatedmatter complicated complicatedmatter compUcatedmatter
matter to straighten them out Amember A Amember Amember
member of o the firm said today todayWe todayWe todayVe
We Ve are simply 21m ply going Into intoIiquida intoIiquidation liquida liquidation lIquidation ¬
tion and no one will lose a cent as asa asa asa
a result of our retiring from business businessIn
In explanation eX > lanation of the official state statement statement statemeat ¬
ment John L Doyle the manager of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the firm said this afternoonPe afternoon afternoonWe
We Pe have in reality been liquidating liquidatingfor
for the past two two months and at thepresent the thepresent thepreSent
present time we have not an outstanding outstand outstanding outstand1ng ¬
ing loan of any kind nor do we owe owea
a penny to any financial Institution Institutionhere institutionhere institutionhere
here or elsewhere Ti We e have left l ft on onour onour onour
our books only about thirty speculative speculativeaccounts speculativeacoounts speculativeaccounts
accounts to liquidate the total amount amountinvolved amountInvolved amountinvolved
involved being less le than 50000 50000The 50000The 50000The
The firm did a general gen ral brokerage bibkeragebusiness brokeragebusiness brokeragebusinesS
business in New York securities Chi Chicago CbicagO Chicage ¬
cago grain cotton coppers etcThe etc etcThe etcThe
The full extent of the employes employesshortage employesshortage employesshortage
shortage Is not known knownFOOLISH knownf knownFOOLISH knownFOOLISH
e f
Washington Jan 15 15Senator Senator Warner Warnerof
of Missouri upon leaving the WhiteHouse White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House today after presenting some con constituents q constituents n nstttuents ¬
stituents stituents characterized as supremely ri ridiculous ridiculous ridiculous ¬
diculous his boom for the Republicanrioriinailon Republican Republicannomination Republlcannonination
nomination for president launched laun hed by byRepresentative bygepresentatlve byepresentatfve
Representative Bartholdt He said he hedid hedid hedid
did not take It seriously himself nor did didhe didhe didhe
he believe D lIeve anyoneelae anyon anyone else did
l A ti til IREIJii +
s Is IsT
Cguncil 9 Cot Ilcll il Stands S cs by KajfcEfconips02 KajfcEfconips02in z ff i ray T hom m solh o oi F Fl
i in li l NamingUJan aIf1131 hlan f > Suttee Succeetkkirtjr l kirtjr g gBywater f fBywater
Bywater BywaterPOLICE Byw BywaterPUEICECHANGES a t e r
Fire Fire Chief ChiefCharles Charles T TValI TVaihfolic Aall AallPolice J JPolice
Police c Department DepartmentEdgar DepartmentEdgarJanney D e p artmont Edgar a d 9 9Jan ar 1SI 1SIJanney I
Janney Jan q c Y du duty t1 soy sergeant 9 cant r JosephE JosephEPugsiey JOQ J oseph ph E EPugsley EPugsley
Pugsley John A Lenzi desk deskecr deskecrgeantS ser sergeants acigeant5 ¬
geants George Johnston assistant assistantjaijer assfst assiataxtJailer nt ntj
Jailer j ler W H Wilkinson Wl kin n night nlghtJall nlghtJallcr jail jailer J ll llcr ¬
cr Earl Rlpley George Georje PhIIUpsr PhflllpsW PhflllpsWH Phtlt I r rH VA VAH
H Chambero Fred Schulze Schul Jj J JKelly FX FXKelly F FKeII
Kelly KeII Y patrolmen patrolmenBoard patrolmenBoard R Ri3oard atraman
Board of HealthDr Health Div RW RWFisher R i w1 w1Flst1er Wr WrFlsilel
Fisher Dr DrF R F H Raley Ral y f fClerk I IIerk tFf
Ff FfClerk I
Clerk Ierk of Board Boardor of Health HealthWJO HealthWJONorrell HealthW6 VVSO VVSONorrell O ONorroll
Norrell NorrellCity NorrellCIty
r r
City Chemist ChemistHerman Herman HermanH HarmsJ HarmsJClerk Haiiilisc HaiiiliscClerk J
Clerk of Street Departments Tc T TS
S AtkinsSecretary Atkins AtkinSecretary AtkinsSeorotary
Secretary to Mayor MayorAfexan MayorAcxandarS Alexander AlexanderS er erS
S Fowler I IWith
tWith t tWith
With a stray Democratic vote against againstIt st stit
It here and aDd a nd there thore the the glorious reform reformprogramme leorLprogramme refarzprogramme
programme of the American a iericaa party was wasadvanced W Wadvanced wadvanced as I
advanced to the th extent indicated above aboveat a ove oveat
at the mooting of the ° city ty council COUncJl last lastnight l setaction st stm
night night2vb
2vb action was taken t ken with reference
to the position of superintendent su p erigtendent of wa ¬
terworks or oro the board b nrd of public works worksh
fl < < tie h romov l of FJre Chief hiBi William H
Bywater and the appo appointments ntments of one oneor oneor oneor
or two of the new police officers offIcerswere were
the only matters that provoked debate d debate b te
Councilman 1t Welte W ells spoke against tho thoremoval thoe
removal ieruoval e oval of of Bywater He said he didnot did didnot dhinot
not agree wl wUh v ih h Mayor Ezra Thompsens Thompsensst
st statement sta teoment thfct th it th removal was for thegood the thegood
good of the department departm nt as as It was net
disputed d rpttted that Bywate pwater was iiW the best chief chiefthe chlrthe
4he the city had ever Y r liad ltadernstrom liadernstrom liadernstrom
ernstrom folloWed m la the th thex a same same win winexpressing1 Hillex
expressing1 ex g a fear this tb the ahangjt dlang = might mightresuIK mlghtresula m1 g ht htresul
resuIK resula In advanced adva rived Insurance Tales r es
Mart Martin lIart replied brieflithe brlelfcy brI fjy fjylhe
The council c until concurred in the r re rep < u u
by a atra3 straight straJghtvote ht v voie of nine to six Pt Ptand t tand t tand
and the fire ve Democrats D qemocrats mocrats voting > a1 < d n ir irThe C
the ramn rmnval rmnvalThep
Thep The Tb r rmously 1A 1Athe q qr s x
r fP tfie4f 1 1 1the
the appoir1t1 a eop Coui r rr r i > rl rlmotlsl 1 1mously
mously motlsl Y Mr Ir r Tafl VafipWa5 was rcdnn t ithe i ime L Lthe
the me ijio fire ue d departmem partnlem iiiiuueiii for lor fourttcr lOUrieCP lOUrieCPteen r rteen f fteen
teen years serving as electrician electricianof t7 1 1of = r rp
of o p that Dime DimeShemt fxtneSheets L e eShe
Sheets She + 5cked t cked Jj JjmumcaUoni UP IJ F FPolice
1f If IfPolice
Police C Ciiei iet corg orge + Afi S a amUnleatlOnre ae aernugicatioa
mumcaUoni re r euvo euvotesk o j i > g Pdl1ce Offlcttr tifflegrseight Offlcttreight I
eight namea namsS ten an L Bddh Bddhant Eddlrlkt9 ti <
Desk Sergeant Sere nt ° bu tt Jr J s iSt iStant istant =
ant Jail Jailer r S JS KImball ro itn ball Nighf NIgh Nighfi Ilec flocGronway IlecGronway UwGronway
Gronway par fyatfolmen 1 t > htror iatroIinen nen B W5 1 Pal Palmer ralmer l lmar
mer J B Fusfsr Fti C J LeakervjaB Leaker aa81 an TW T TW TW
W Milnerr Desk Sergeant Charles Qv QvIngsten v vIngston vingston
Ingston and Patrolman W C A Smo SmDot SmDotjr Smoptjr tj tjjr
jr had tendered their resignations whenasked when whenasked whenasked
asked for them so their names nameswerd werd wer not noton noton loton
on the list listOf
Of the new appointees ap Intees Edgar M MJan MJanney MJanney Jan Jannay
ney named namedas as sergeant is well we11known we11knownas known knownas
as a former police officer and later l teras terasa as asa as asa
a a a guard at the penitentiary Fred Schulze Schulzenamed Schulzenam Schulzenamed
named nam for patrolman was also a a prison prisonguard prisonguard prisonguard
guard A gueetton as to his qualifica qualification quaUtIcotion quali > rica ricatlon ¬
tion was raised by byPorn Fernstrom tram The Thequ ques question u s stion stionwas ¬
tion tionwas was based on ontha tho fact act that Scnufea Scnufeamoved ScnufzemGved Sc u e emaned
moved inside the city eft limits onjya o ony y a a fe fedays f fdays fsr4 fsr4daS
days daS s ago Schulze contends that lliatii Ji po police poUce police ¬
lice officer need not be a voter to hold holda
a jx position DOmtionWells positionWells > ftion ftionWells
Wells stated stet e d irankl frankly y that t there there were weresome wiresome er ersome z ze
some men on the list for whom he wbfild wbfildnot wotlJdnot wohldnot
not vote and he voted no Barnes Barnesvot Baxnesvoted Barnesvoted
vot voted d against confirmation without Say say ¬
ing anything about it and Uegnstirom Uegnstiromvoted Fe > sistron sistronvoted > Jn Jnvoted
voted against Schulze With these thes exaeptions ex exceptions exooptions ¬
ceptions the men were confirmed confirmedunani confirmedunanimously unani unanimously unanlmousbr ¬
mously mouslyChambers mousbrChambers mouslyChambers
Chambers appointed app inted pa patrolman ol > i3i1 Is a acolored acolored acolored
colored man who operates o > erates a barber shop shopon
on Commercial street Chief ChieShoets Sheets flays flaysChambers saysChambers sa3sChambers
Chambers will not be placed p1a d In 4unltorm 4unltormand uniformand uniform
and will not be used for work among amonswhite emgng emgngz amongwhite
z white hite persons He expects to use = Chambers Cham Chambars Chambers
bers in an effort to maintain order orderamong ordermong orderimong
among > imong unruly colored persons arsons of t the thecity thecity thecity
city Mr Sheets sa sayg S Chambers washilly was washighly waehigbIy
highly recommended ° by the colored coloredpas coloredpastots pas pastars P Ptilts as
tars and other respectable re 132otabie colored re3 re3Idents reJld reams reamsidents
Idents ld ntsof of the city cityPrice cltyPrice cityPrice
Price Saves His H Is Job JobPatrol JobPatrol JobPatrol
Patrol Driver 33 W Ns E P4J6 Tse a ojiejof one n jor of those JhOS JhOSon otioseon thoseon
on the original list list lis plated siated ted r i emav em I Ifrom va vafrom at attram
from the police force iorG e persuaded pet8ua e < I th thAmerican t tAmerican t1iA s sLinerican >
American party authorities auth tltles to take e his hisContinued hisContinuedon hisContinued
Continued Continuedon on > RPa Pa6 pag g e < 2
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