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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES Tuesday, Dee. 11, 190G. ROOSEVELT HONORED Norwegian Storthing Awards Him the Mobol Pesce Prize of Nearly $4-0,000. nOIIET IS DISPOSED OF QUICKLY Dsvoted to the Securing of Industrial Peace at Eom.3. declared that legislative action In reg ulation or restraint of combinations vas undesirable. Knox, in defense of Bonaparte, said the latter was thoroughly in sympatRy with the administration as to trust now, and that there were few men in the senate who had not changed their minds on great questions since 199. Ilayner started to reply to this speech, when Vice President Fairbanks ob served that the nomination before the senate was that of Moody find not lonaparte. This had the effect of cur tailing the speechmaklng, end the whole matter went over. Fund Created, Trustees Named and Scheme Formulated to Bring Together Labor end Capi tal in Conference, tr nte W Washington, Dec. 11. C. Ilaufre, ih.n mlnlcitpr fmn 'nrw!iT onllr-rt ;if. the White House end informed Presi dent Roosevelt flat the Norwegian storthing had conferred on him the Nobel peace prize. A message to the same effect cane from Loevland, the chairman cf the Nobel committee, who conveyed to the president hearty good wishes nnd rn expression of high es teem. The amount of money represent ed in the prize is $C7,127.C.. The following statement governing the proposed disposition of the prize money, svhlch is said to be teiitative-tind subject to change as re gards details, was made at the White Ilcuse: Fund for Industrial Peace. "The amount of the Nobel peace prize 'will bo conveyed by the presi dent to trustees, to be by them used as the foundation of a fund, the in come of which shall lie expended for bringing together in conference at Washington especially during the BesslooK of congress representatives of labor and capital fr the purpose of discussing industrial problems with the view of arriving at a better under standing between employers and em ployes, and thus promoting industrial pence. Names the Proposed Trustees. 'The president, with their consent, will appoint as trustees of the fund the chief justice of the United States, the secretary of agriculture, the secre tary of commerce and labor, a repre sentative of labor, and a representa tive of capital. The fund will be con veyed to the trrstees to be held in trust for the following purposes: Outlines Tlieir Duties. "To invest and re-invest the princi pal of the fund; to receive any addi tions which may come to it by con tribution, and invest and re-invest them; to pay over the income from the fund and its additions to a committee of six, to be selected by the trustees, two to serve for one year, two for two years and two for three years, three of It:; members to be representatives' of Iiibor and three of capital, chosen for dirtinguished sen-ice in the industrial .world for promoting righteous indus trial peace; and to fill any vacancies which may occur in this committee by selection and appointment in the same manner in which the committee ls orig inally selected and appointed. Duties of the Committee of Six. "The committee of six, to be called 'The Industrial Peace Committee,' shall have charge of the annual and otner conferences provided for under the terms of the foundation; shall re ceive suggestions for the subjects to be discussed; shall lead the discussion at and publish the results of the con ferences. There shall be one aunual con ference, and the committee of six shall be given authority to call special con ferences in case of great industrial Crises. The income paid over to the committee bv thctrustees shall be used for the expenses incurred by them in the performance of their duties. It shall be provided in the terms of the trust that the president of the United States fhall fill the vacancies which may oc cur in the number of the trustees." WHACK AT THE PltESIDCXT "Champ" Clark's IJemark While Dis cussing the "Simplified" Washington, Dec. 11. Simplified spelling was defended on the floor of the house by Gillette of Massachusetts, Clark of Missouri humorously calcu lated that it would take 400 years to reform the English language by adopt ing GOO words a year. lie thought -tho reform was puerile and suggested that he would make only one bite of the cherry and adopt the phonetic way of spelling and the short-hand system of writing. "Some time before very long," he declared, "the people of the United States are going to insist on having a president that will attend to his own business.' He declared no one man could s!t as "chief executioner of the English language." Livingston of Georgie, the ranking minority member of the sub-committee having the leg islative bill In charge, stated that the committee had decided that "confu sion worse confounded." would result should simplified spelling be adopted OPPOSITION TO HONAPAHTE Prevents the Confirmation of Bloody as Supreme Court Justice. Washington, Dec. 11. Opposition to Charles J. Bonaparte as attorney gen crnl prevented the confirmation of Wll !!am II. Moody as associate Justice of the supremei court of the United States when his nomination was called up In or.-rntiro session of the senate. The opposition' to Bonaparte was based upon the speech made by him In Chi cago la September, !S20t Ja which he Senate and House In Brief. Washington. Dec. 11. Minor mat 's occupied the attention of the sen- I b be durintr its session. A rosnlntmn s adopted calline for the record of the negro troops dismissed by the presl- ont, prior to the Brownsville (Tex.) lair, consideration of a child labor 11 for the District of Columbia was gun. An executive session was held. The house began consideration of the gislative, executive and judicial ap propriation bill. Simplified spelling eld the attention of the house for n hour or more, but no action was ken. There was wide latitude of de- te and several irrelevant subjects ere discussed. ta ba w Metcalf and His 'Frisco lteport. Washington, Dec. 11. Secretary Metcalf, of tho department of com merce and labor, will not report to the senate the result of his investigation of the Japanese controversy at San Francisco, as requested by a resolution introduced by Senator Flint, because he (Metcalf) went to San Francisco as the president's representative and not as secretary of commerce and labor; consequently his report is the presi dent's to dispose of. End of Miss Taylor's Case. Washington. Dec. 11. The su preme court of the United States dis missed for want of Jurisdiction the case of Rebecca J. Taylor, a clerk in the war department, who was dis missed from the service by Secretary Root in 11)02 for publishing a newspa per article in which she cast reflections upon the president of the United States. Christmas Holiday Adjournment. Washington, Dec. 11. Representa tive Payne, of New York, has intro duced a joint resolution providing for the adjournment of congress for tho Christmas holidays on Dec. 20th, and its reassembly on Jan. 3, 1007. Death Close to Ex-Senator Brown. Washington, Dec. 11. The life of United States Senator Brown, of Utah, who was shot by Mrs. Anna M. Brad ley Saturday, Is hanging by a mere thread. Little hope for his recovery ls held cut. Treasnry to Buy More Bonds. Washington, Dec. 11. Secretary Shaw has announced that he will de posit $10,000,000 in depository banks and that he will buy $10,000,000 in bonds of 1007. STEAHEK E.UNS AGROUND Then She Sinks and About Sixty Persons, All on Board, Are Rescued. rort Huron, Mich., Dec. 11. Word has been received at the offices in Sar nia. Out., of the Northern Navigation company that the passenger steamer Monarch, of that line, ran aground near Isle Royal and sank. The crew of thirty men and a pessenger list of about the same number were rescued by a tug and are sheltered at a small Island In the vicinity. Another tug has been sent from Port Arthur, Oat., to bring the rescued people to that city. The Monarch left Port Arthur last Thursday and is thought to have turned back during the gale and to have been trying to return to Port Arthur when she went aground. The steamer was built at Sarnia twenty-one years ago, was valued at $00,000 and was fully insured. She Is said to be a total loss. NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE When an article is- made In Ireland it will hereafter have stamped or la beled on it the words "Deanta I Neir-Inn." The pope has expressed his intention of appointing as his private physician, in succession to the late Dr. Lapponl, Dr. Ettore Marchiafava. The treasury department has pur chased 125.000 ounces of silver at C9.G0 cents per fine ounce. The president has nominated Wil liam B. Ridgely, of Illinois, to succeed himself as comptroller of the curren cy. The German reichstag has ratified the Algeciras convention. The Pittsburg (Pa.) Steel company announces that an addition to cost r7,000,000 will be added to its plant at Monessen, Pa. The levee built by the Southern Pa cific railway to keep the waters of the Colorado river out of the Salton sink In Arizona has broken and the sink Is filling with water again. Chester Gillette was sentenced to die in the week beginning Jan. 2S for the murder of Grace Brown. Ho is fight ing for a now trial. The experts appointed by the Chica go city government to value the street railway lines put them all at nearly $51,000,000. The companies' experts put them higher. Mrs. Ira Goodman and her 3-year-old baby were fatally burned at their home In Mason county, Kyn the baby's clothing catching fire. Ten prominent lumber dealers have been indicted by the grand jury at Guthrie, O. 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