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a the Arrant A nuue ° JLtrot
luacrd Joorded by the hi HrliUh Urlhh Coin C CnnmaLord amOLord amOLordUobt man Lord LordItobcrfi
Uobt Itobcrfi Jiakeia Jlake IkrI n Statement ttcmenl lelntlTc Relative to tothe 10tl
the tl flnrnlns of fleer eer Farmhouse Farmhouserwoon 11nmhou 11nmhouVmdon
rwoon Vmdon D D Dec e 10Th Evening Svonln veotng Stand SUndiri Stn
iri li which b b hso apodal ae source Hf of Isforma Isformauin IormaJOI
uin JOI itL ay YI > tfcte tll t e T aIng l g that a a great u bat batie bt btIe
ie b btWff betWCIt tw n tb tl tba Brittoh Brtl fere tlr froii und une undr r G Gen n nknox
knox Knx and the Bo Bs Boers rs under Gen GeD Da D Wot Is Isr 1
r rJl lAng > ln on D Dt1 Details ulU an lacking lackingA kekll
A I Prtor i tortd or dtupttch dMpth y The Th Boer Boercommander Bor BorIDulaR Bootcommander
commander IDulaR Gen OM Christian CrUn D De Wet We la laornerd 11
ornerd orend btwen tWH th Ut the Caledon Cal8on and a nd Orange Orangeriven Ornge OrngeIer
rivers Ier OB Of O th border bre of t BMUtoland Buutland As Asthe Ast
the t he rlvew rIve rIvr ure nra re in flood Io it in I considered consideredtn
tn t that hi t hi hi hli capture cplun to h I certain on even if I he hehnuld hehlul
hnuld hlul maiM M maaoe to ro tUo teero roj the Caledon Caledonhriiich Caleon CaleonhnUlh
hriiich hnUlh column coum have hv been b sent snt to hold holdail holdai
ail ai toe paaaea paae and roads ros to the north to toprevent toprefDt
prevent prefDt hia hl escape ccapTh caf
Th Tbf Thf military mUlw officers ottcers herd are tro greatly gety
11 i It < i taed d that tt the te attempt atept of the Boor com comjwnder c m mnder
jwnder nder to enter Cap CaJ Cape Colony with his hiscommando hiscmmao
cmmao s commando mman4o has 11B been ben frustrated frustratedllurird trSlto
llurird According AQCfrdll lu itulea Jtuel Itfe of Vnr VnrIn nr
In a m mfmorndum memorandum morandum to the th premier of otIPI Dl
Cap IPI 510 Colony Cooy Sir Sr Ir John Gordon Sprlgg SIr
I Lurd > ird rd Robert Robor explain eplains that farmburning tarburnln tarburnlnhu farrnburn1n g
h8 hu been M n ordered orere strictly Mrlct in accordance accordancoith acrdanco acrdancoYab
Yab with ith the usage USle or war He says Ss in part
Whether Whfthfr the people pele whoso whos houses hOURs are I
burmd are actual accessories acer 9 to the cut cuttint cutIlf
tint Ilf fl1L of railway rlw1 and other damage damaJe must
I It l IC lcft ft to the genoral officers otcers commanding
to deride dfdde They must be trusted to make makea makeI I
a I full ful inquiry Inuiry before bfore having recourse recour to toextrrme toutrmr tc tceztrrnt
extrrme measures meuros but but as this is essen essentially CSen CSentailj ¬
tially tailj police plco work I anticipate antclpato that when wheni 1 1vhf
i vhf he hf police pJUce are established Otablshed we shall find findthf fnd lin
thf Hi m ntessity Mlty for burning gradually
1lfNly gadualy disap disappear dlsp dlspIar ¬
pear with less danger of
wih les danJor the innocent innocentsuffering Innocentulrlng
suffering ulrlng and that my successor suceSSr will willv w1 wil wilI
I v vtsIIy > nually b be able
NiBaly b to abolish abolsh altogether atogether a auixUMteful aUilulteul
uixUMteful Uilulteul punishment punishmentImplying punlshment punishment1tpiyJng
Implying to Mr Ir Timothy M Healy Hea Na Nationalist ¬
tionalist Ihnklst who asked nked whether the Irish Irsh
American Amtrlca and Irish Irsh prisoners prsoner captured in inth Inth h hth
th fights lghts with the Boers could not be
t Boer per permitted perrltt permuted ¬
muted rltt to return retur to their homos homos J Powell Powel I
Williams Wllams speaking speking for the th war office ofce said si saI
in the House of Commons
today prison prisoners prson prsoners prisoncr5 ¬
ers of Irish nationality latlonalt could not be treat treated treated ¬
ed differently dlteronUy from others othersQueen othersClueen othersQueen
Queen Willieliiilnn Ubeluhl Sympathies SympathiesDr Sllathles SllathlesDr iyiiipnthIes1Dr
1Dr Dr Leyds
and his friends are ae spread ¬
ing a report says the Amsterdam
report corre corr corrtpnden correpondent ¬
spondent tpnden of the Daily Daly Mall MaI that Queen Quec Ii
V Uhclmlna lhtlmlna will wi intervene after ater her mar marriiig marf1Ug maruag
riiig f1Ug This is meant to blind blnd the public Imble C
t to the real facts which are that she
fat wrote wrotejMrconally wrot Tote ToteJlrsonaly C CIcrsonaliy
jMrconally Jlrsonaly to every ever European Europen ruler on a ii
Mr Krugers Krugers arrival aval in Europe and from trot U
two countries countrl s at least leatFrnce leastFrance France and Rus Russia Rusflure ¬
sia flure sinreceived received < lve conditional conditonal promises lirmles I > of o hoi lolp I
lit the direction of intervention Interventon but the theplan thepl Ui C
plan pl n failed Caled in Berlin BerlinLiverpool BerUnLiverpool
Liverpool Dec Dee 10 10A A proBoer meeting1 meeting1at meetIn
at which Miss Nal Maud Gonne qOrne was to pre preside preside ¬
side toiflSfifbaa toifL benrprohlGHeirby be bemr fmea by the theplce tb 0
police policeThe plce
The returning rcturln members of the royal royalCanadian royalranAdlan roya 1
Canadian regiment reElment which left lef London Londonthis Londontts Londo L Lthis
this tts morning arrived arrved hero during the day
1 1 hey received ovations from large lare crowds crowdsand crowdsmd
and wore entertained entertine at lunch by the thelord thelurt th 0
lord lurt mayor maor Mr Ir Arthur Crosthwalte Crosthwaie and andthe nndIi an d
the Ii corporation corporaton of Liverpool LIcrpool The Cana Canatiians Canacns Canatns
tiians will wi sail sl on tho steamer Lake Lakecomplain Le Lecmplfln Lak C
complain cmplfln amplaln tomorrow tomorow From Col Cot Otter Ottervho OUerIw
vho V Iw is i b in command down they express expressci
ci d 3 intense ntinIC appreciation aPJ1recaton of the warm re reception rectlton rtcettion ¬
ception ctlton accorded them in London LondonTlio LondonTho
Tlio lloilnnilPoriusn Holnndlorunl Kupture KuptureThe Iupture IuptureThe
The Haeue Iae Doc Dee 10 10The The Portuguese PortugueseMinister Portugese PortugeseMmlstfr C
Minister Mmlstfr to tho Netherlands Count do doSi do1r d e
Si 1r ir has started starte for Lisbon and the theIiutch thoIJutch Ui a
hutch Minister lnlster to Portugal Portu al Baron von vonH vonJtckercn vo
H Jtckercn lIeckeren > eckeren is expected here from Lisbon Lisbontliis Lisbonthis
this evening eveningount enln enlnount
ount Van Bylant Byllnt in the second cham chamber chambr I ¬
hit today totay notified notfe the foreign foreig minister ministertint minister11t ministc r
tint 11t il d he will I Interpellate Interelate the government governmenti goverment govermenttmorrow governmer
i tmorrow < > morrow on tho tension between the theNetherlands thedherl UI Ic
Netherlands dherl nds and Portugal PortugalMr Portugal
Mr r Kruger today toy received reeived a n deputa deputation I ¬
lInn ton from th the AltDeutscher AltDeut her Veonband Veonbandaid Teonban I
aid art thanked thanke his German brothers brother for forth tortl ft ftUi ur
th tl ir ir token of sympathy sympathyLater iymp sympathyLetier thy thyLater
Later Mr Kruger Kr er returned returne the foreign foreignmiuisters foreig a amuilstors
miuisters m lstcrs visit visiterinnurM vIgiLEerIflhlLIYI Isil Isilermnu
EerIflhlLIYI erinnurM ermnu Treatment TrenlteU of Krucer KrucerBerlin Jiruaer JiruaerUtrln
Berlin Utrln Dec 10 lOThe The Imperial chancellor chancellorCurt chanclor chanclorum r rC
Curt C um von on Buolow replying epbln in the Rekh RekhfiiK ReldtftIK I
fiiK tiu today to lay to a question queUon on the subject subjectf subjectMf subjecMr It t
f Mr Krugers Krgers failure faiure to bo received by byI1ljlwr b y
Jinitror I1ljlwr I rtr William 1Iam said the govcrnmen govcrnmeni tt
< i ail a in its It power pwer to ward war off war am amIf and andtil an d
If UK til two republics republcs in no doubt as 1 1ih to totho 0 0lb
ih state tale of affairs afairs in Europe Erope and as to totrman tolrman I 0 0U
trman U rnlaul neutrality nfutraly When hen In 1S99 189 the thefMMiun therj UI IC
fMMiun rj r1 1 lion lun of arbitration arblruton seemed seeme not alto altofcThr alto1lhr alt
fcThr 1lhr tflr excluded < xcuded the government oerment recon recomTtmid recm recmtN 1 1It
Ttmid tN It ndd it I to Mr Ir Kruger Ho thought the the1im theImf tli 16 16Im
1im Imf had not yet et come When hen Mr Ir Kru Krui Kr Kr I Ih
h < i later 4tet sought Intervention his
SuKht Interventon feelings feelingswere teelngs teelngstfe s
were tfe too highly hlthl Inflated Intlte for the Dutc Dutcin Dutch DutchIUI ii
> IUI in I litrma < erman rman governments For the Ger Gerrtun Gerf Cci
rtun f il government overment it was lost los time tme to give givec glV glVIe C
c ice Ie Germany Gerny was convinced convince that thlt any anytlp an y
up t of a ET sret great < MI power pwer at that moment momentuould momentwould niomer it
would ould be b critical critcal and lead lo to no result r08ult t
There Thtre was no UM for us said slil tho thochancellor th 0
chancellor hIUHfJor to pinch our fingers fnger between a
the th door and Iud the hinge hingeThe hinge
The fhE chancellor chancelor added adde that when the thesuggestion theIeston Hi e
suggestion Ieston of mediation meiaton was wa made to tout toI i 0
I < > ut Britain Briain by the United Unied States Stata in inUM a
UM It t gently gtnt worded worde inquiry Inquir It I was re reMl r r 5 1
Ml H otlicUlly oUclJy and lnd categorically cteJoroly Inter Interiion Interdon lute r i
don lon might have led to t war warIno warI I
Ino I I I i chancellor cuuutlor d drl described crlb d the reply of o ofi M Mussf Mh I
h i ussf 481 tss the French minister of foreign foreignirs forolt I
L 1 irs n ii 10 Mr r Krugor irugor as France will willf wi WI WII
f I > i lt u CAM 45 take tko the initiative Inltltve but would wouldt wou Id Idt
t oppose OPIOI lJfl5 it when certain cartln eventualities eventualitiesiinr oventualtes oventualtes4Il oventualltii 55 55known
> 4Il iinr known provided pvide they the ar aru calcu Ii
i 4 a to verve afe French lrench interests interestsi Inter ts tsII ccu
i h II f < Imjicellor dliuelo > thereupon Ihereupn remarked that tIn t
hi l luu1 jiiUi not have hat dealt with wih the sltuu SItu
t n letter himself hlnlt Ovations Ovatons to Mr Ir Kru KruK Kruj Kri Kriu
K j Hi I u ttrnny Germany 3 < rm y he pointed plnle out woutd weu ul
I t L ii jJllac 1spiaced piac4 international internatonsl relations rolU ns woi and andv at id idpurpose
v iu Il purpose purpa of Mr Ir Kruger rstr or r of ofr afr
Ij < r any W tny Germany Uerman wan not pound und 10 tc tcr I
< r It > Britain by a hairs breCdth
Briain halri bredth more mor mo
i Irat < riut Britain Brtain was bound bund to Ger Ge
r ft < > a to act the Don Dn Quixote against again St Str
Cr C r 1 Hritain Hrlaln would b l bti a piece plfe of aglr folly 01 iy
tor HUH ithlh hldl h he would woull not be b responsible responsibleGOVERNOR r pnlble pnlbleGOVERNOR foly
Will W Vull Make No Urcolluudnrlo Hccoiiuiiiuilntlon oTGencral oTGencralti ofGenernlIIcl al alIaglulntlnui
IIcl Iaglulntlnui lntllu rur tblrA Selou Selouf Sesslou
f ti t Tb TN WMWBBtoe Wlfl Pst Pwtit Pt
it t nioncl Va Dec M ItIf If tho t
mone Va De 1I general generali general11jy gener generwhen
i 11jy i > iy when hel lt Ia its me mI meeta u next nlxt month in inru
t ttg ru r feisun take takes
Itlsin up general ener legisla legislan ll lli
J n i It I will 1 do M 1 of ltd lU own accord accrd Gov Govwill GO
T Ty > will not s send nd in a me
wil M mege sneseage ag0 recom recomnf rem a
a nf L any legislation There Thtro has ha been beeni bei tn
h > jt i thl this point but
1 ptnt the governor governori govern 3r
t > i > w fully tulYdtrne d determined > teraUned upon upn the course cours Sc
i pursue fIUIU He le will wU not make anv at lv
r < n a > t miatlrms but
if Ui the
nntaUou bt ItgUlature ItgUlaturernklnK leilature c crnthng
r rnklnK raklnl provision prY1 for the conatltu cnlttu cnlttuJr constit U
i > Jr > rvention fnton en entc enters tern upon n general g netter si
e will then make 1 nerl
wi t sutfgwtiona auKUo ax a i
Ji t irs f which wh b he r rerl regards garda as of presj pres
g ns prea
iflttItC iflttItCfLw155 irtaiice irtaiiceTl Jrtllc Jrtllc1Ic
Tl 1Ic fLw155 wi K llvtiiiiiiliM JI Pfovri Pro Proc aiiintrouo IUttrQI bIuiitg bIuiitgOhio i iM
M Lif Ohio D Di flee c MA A terrific terrifc ox o it
J r J jynawlu j AU occurred errd today tday near nearrtHir ne Sr
Q t rtHir Idll wh w where r thre tb three m men n were at at1f1 i 1
1 1 1f1 IK to II thaw thw UM 0 U exirtotrive expOe over O r a amttf
lIu kt country fo ot mttf muss 8 round arund was Wil WI 55
rI k4ul Jh Tht Th inj Ir nre r l are at Jon Moody lodY and andw at Id
Jr r ey 1 Wwit n OI out Charlei Chart Cs
Irn rite Y was w cut ct and afd injured JnJurc luunully IntunI lnteinallyJ j
ChaIran Ch Chairman airnan Hcrnlry lerlr IJcrnlryBrlng Brings rln to Light Lght an anOld anOd anOld
Old Od Speech on the Subject SubjectSp Sulect
Spal Sp ll el to t Th T The WMblnston uhllrn Post PnLIndianapoiia PL PLI
IHe Indianapoiia I nlaapUI lad In Doc De 10 10alnan 10ChaIrman 10ChaIrmanrnlcy Chairman
Hernlcy He Hetee rnlcy of the te Republican Republcn State Stte Commit Commitwhile ¬
tee while whie at Washington WQhln ton beard herd that tko the theopponents theopplonU theponents
opponents opplonU op opusi ponents of the ship sip subsidy subidy bill bi were wereusing werewng vereng
wng usi usiso using ng tho position plon of o exPresident ePsident Hard HarriBon Hardon Barrn
Bon so soW on n as a an infiuenco Innuenc against agrst the measure m measureord ur
Word W ord was passed p about abut that the ex
Preaident Pent Pr PrV Prin esident had made declarations deartons while whie te in Inashtngton
Washington WMbln V ashtngton ton against aglnet the bill bi Mr Ir Hernley Herley
inwi In dlscuMing dbng the te exPresidents ePesldents attitude attitudewith atUude atUudewth atUtudeth
with wth wi th Senator 8ator Frye Fe Senator Snator Hanna Uannl and andothers
others othen ot otsp hers told tol them that in some sme one of his hisspeeches hi
speeches sebe sp eeches Gen Gt Harrison Hamsn had advocated advocatede
t th ie e subsidizing 8bldlzjng of steamship steamhip companies companlsWhen
complas complasWhon
When W hen Hernley lerJt returned rturo home hom he h located locatedan
an ane address addrss which Harrison Harison made to a a a del delegation delf ¬
egation f e aHon tOn in University rnlnnlty Park on July 31 311SSS
1SSS 1 188 3 in which he spoke spke as follows followsIn toUowsIn followsIn
In all al of the addresses adrses which have haveen
been be be bere en mde made to mo there has been ben some somereference sme smerferece somefereoce
reference rferece re repr fereoce made to the te great gret question queton of ofprotection orproteton of ofotection
protection proteton pr otection of our American Amorc industries Industrie I Iseo Ift I
seo ft se e It I upon upn the banners bnner which you carry crr
Our Or Ou r party stands stnd unequivocally unelvoal without withoutevasion vUhoutevallon
evasion evallon ev asion or qualification qualiIcton for the doctrine doctrinethat dotrine dotrinetht
that tht th at our American Amerca markets market shall shl bo b pre preserved prelre ¬
served se rved for our American
lre applause applauseWe aP plause ou Amorc producers poucers Great Greatapplause Grot Grotappaus
We are not attracted atracte by the suggestion suggestionthat su esUon esUonthat I
that th at we should surrender srrender to foreign pro producrs ¬
ducers ducrs uiu cers the best bst market in the the world Our OurOO Outoo0
03000000 OO o oo0 of people are the best buyers buyer In Intho Intho I
tho th e world and they are such because bcuso our ourworking ourworking
working w orking classes claScs receive rceive the best bt wages wagesBut wae
But flu t we do not mean to be content with withour wiLtr
our ou r own market mkel We should seek to pro promote ¬
mote m ote closer and more friendly relations relationswith relatons relatonswith I
with wi th the Central and ad South Suth American Americanstates Americn Americnetates I
states stR st ates And what Is essential eseental to that end endRegular endReglar I
Regular Reglar R egular malls mals are the first frt condition conditon of ofcommerce otcmmere 01
commerce cmmere co mmerce The merchant merant must know knowwhen kno knowhen
when w hen his order ordcr will 1 be received reeive and when whenhis whenhis I
his hi s consignment will wl be b returned reture or there therecan therecn ther
can cn ca n be b no trade trae between distant commu communities comt cOmmutles ¬
nities nitiesWhat nlM ni tles
What we need nee therefore is tho es establishment estabI8hm ¬
tablishment tabI8hm ta blishni ut of American Amerlcm steamship linos linosbetween lnes lnesbtween Ilnettween 3
between btween be tween our ports and tho ports port of Cen Central Central CenI ¬
tral tr al and South Suth America Aerica Then it will wi be no nolonger nol nc I
longer l lo that American Mm
nger necessary eessar our Min Minister MlnI ¬
ister I is ter commissioned to an a American Americn state stateshall stateshal
shall shal sh all take tke an English Eglsh ship to Liverpool Liverpoolto Liverol Liverolto
to find fnd another British Britsh ship to carry carr him himto himto bin i
to his Ils destination destinationWe destnaton destnatonWe
We are not to be frightened by the use useof useo US USthat i
of o that ugly usI word subsidy We should pay py pyto pci w
to American Americn steamship lines Jnes a liberal liberalcompensation lberl lberlcmpnslcn 1 1mpensation
compensation cmpnslcn co for carrying carln our mails mais In Instead Insted ¬
stead sted st ead of turning turnlns them over to British Britishtramp Brtsh Brtshtrmp
tramp trmp tr amp steamers steamersSANTA steaer steaerSANTA
Railroad Rairoad R Officials Ofcials Declare the tlioStrilii Strike StrikeIs StrikeIs D
Is Practically Practcaly Over OverMembers OverJlember
Members 1ember of the he Telegraphers Telearnpher Order on ontbe ontbe cii It
tbe Other Hand Inod Sn tay nf Their Ranks IlanUsAre Rani RaniAre
Are Unbroken nod Are Fed Fedlag FeelIna
lag Ina flluch lueh Encouraged EncouragedChicago EueouracedChlcso
Chicago Chlcso Dec Dee 10 100fclals 10Officials Officials of the Santa SantaFe Sant ant
Fe F e system claim caim that the telegraphers telegraphersetrlke telcgphers telcgphersErlke telegraphentrike
etrlke Erlke e on their lines lnes Is practically pratcaUy over overand oerand ovetnd
and a nd i Ilint voint > oint to the fact that almost with without without 1 1ut ¬
out o ut exception excepton their passenger trains trins were wereon wereon wet 0
on o n time tme today and that freight was be beng beJn
i Jn ng g handled in volume as great as a before beforethe bfore bforethe befor
the t he strike was Inaugurated Inaugrted Third Tird Vice VicePresident VicePresident ic C
President P Barr of the Santa Sant Fe system systemmade s stem stemmade I
made m ade the following rol 0 wing statement tonight tonightWe tonlghtVe
We Ve have all al the men we want west of ofAlbuquerque orAlbuquerque e f
Albuquerque A but are short from 230 2 to 300 300men Z 10
men m en on the lines Jnes east of that tht point point We Welave Wehave tV e
have h lave been hiring men all day and at the thepresent thepresent th e
present p resent rate rte will wi have a full ful complement complementwithin complementwihin thit it
within wihin w ithin three days The he train duo here at ii ii2Q t
330 3 i 2Q a n m today was wa the only onl train trin that thatwas thatWa tha t
was Wa late and that but twenty minutes minutesOn minutesOn minutesOn
On the average averge our passenger passen cr trnlns trnlnshave lmlnshave train 5
have have h ave reached reche Chicago as nearly on time timeas tme tmeas tim 0
as a s though there was wa not a strike We e are areaccepting areaceptng an C
accepting aceptng a all al freight offered ofered and are aremoving aremovln an C
moving movln m oving most of t it I Fruit shippers have hay e
been b een notified notfed of our ability abity to handle handleshipments handleshipment handi e
shipments s up to the capacity capaciy of our ourequipment ourequlpmenl ot It
equipment equlpmenl e All of the important offices ofce office is
have h ave been filled fne and all al through thrugh business busne is s
Is I s being beln handled by orders from
these thesepoints tese tesepoints thee IC ICoInts
points p oInts
Wo have no quarrel quarel with the organi organization orn i ¬
zation zaton z ation known as the te Order of Railway Raiway Railwa orgnl orgnlzaton y
Telegraphers Telegrpher T Our light fght is with wih the in in i ¬
dividuals dflduas d who went out Seventyfive
out Seentfve per pe ir
cent C ent of the men who refused refuse to strike strii
wero members of the order
and these thet
will wi be retained and promoted
retined prmoted Those Thoe That
who struck will not bo
wi 10t reengaged al a ¬
though t some who w went back bck to work im In a ¬
mediately medlatel will wi be retained retined
Kansas City Ciy Mo Dec 10 10n R C Clapp Clap I
chairman c of the
committee f
the t he O R T has this to commite
say of the thesitui
1 ¬
tion tionWest ton t ion siua
West est of
Emporia 99 per cent of the UI te
men are out Between
Fort out Emporia am and an id
Madison Iadlson Iowa from
to 5 r
S per
cent conI C Oflt are out whie between that
whio point
and a nd Chicago
Chicgo only three
onl men are working workin g
A conductor
who came in
over the Santa Sani La
Fo today todn said that several
sall stations
statons on t in
the line west of Kansas
a s City had been cu cut ci t
out out o ut I have reliable information
relable Inforaton that thlt the U 10
companys compns c freight business at Chicago is
paralyzed llarbzed p They have perishable freight t tn
on o n their hands and several severl of the big k Ig
packing p firms frms have 1a Vo been prodding them themup themup the in
up u We Ye have
p every reason to feel en encouraged encouraged et etouraged ¬
couraged c and ad we aro making maklns an hones hone st stght
fight fightGalveston fghl fi ght
Galveston Tex Tex Dec Dee 10 10Presrdent President Dol Dolphin Dolphin Do I ¬
phin p pe ltin of the Order of Railway Rtlway Telegraph Telegraphers felegrph felegrphers ¬
ers e rs issued a circular today toda on the strike strikesituation stril ci
situation s which he telegraphed to all al op o orators ¬
erators erator o assuring them that success would wouldcrown wouldcrown WOU Id
crown c their efforts eforts He claims to have ha hai re
heard herd h oard from operators opertors as a far west wet as a Call Cal 1
fornla foria f ft and as a far cast cat as Chicago Chlca o Cal and andthll at
that thll t hat at least 93 9 per cent cent of the operators operatorson oportors oportorson operato
on o n the Santa Sat Fe system are out out outHUSBAND out
Claims lie I Vnn Taunted Tnuuet bf the Dlnn Who WhoHnil WhoInllllntlllll WI 0 0haul
haul Inllllntlllll Invndeil Ills Home HomeSpecial 101 iiouuu iiouuuSpecial
Special to The Th Washington WIbBltlosl Post PostMartinsburg PostMartinsburg
Martinsburg lltnbrg W V Va Va Dec Dee M lllA 10A A serious seriousshooting seriousshootn serioi is ishooting
shooting shootn s affray alry occurred last evening ovenln a afew af amiles
few f w miles mies west wet of this city cl and as a a result resultJoseph relt reltJosh rosa ut utJoseph
Joseph Hes He hess a farmer and fruit trlt rai ralkr ralkrI raie er r rlying
is I lying Iyln in a precarious preris condition condion at his hishome hish Ii its itshome
home h m near ner the scene ene of the occurrence occurrenceHarry ocurrenee ocurreneeHart 0 0Harry
Harry Hart Lord a prominent young business businessman bstnts bstntsman besine s sman
man and an a member of the firm frm of Lord LordLord LordLor LordLord
Lord Lor of this city cl did the te shooting shootn and is isnow isJOV Isnow
now JOV In Jail jai here heretyphoid hereLord hereLord
Lord had ben been cntno confined to his b bed wi fh fhtphoid LIt LItyphoid I
typhoid t fever but on December 1 he aro aroand se seand
and followed tolowe his wife Ite to the stable whore whorefhe whoref who nr re
fhe f U had hld gone Iono ostensibly to feed tee the horse horseand bOr4 hort 0 0end
and there found her with Ileae Ue 1le The wife wifeit wll 0 0t
wle wleIt
it i t Is alleged aleged acknowledged neknowle ed her guilt slt and andshowed andshowe at ud udsnoted
showed showe her husband hcsbnd letters Jeter from Hess Hessthreatening Heg Hegthreatenln He as ashreatenIng
threatening t to expose exose her If she did not notcontinue notcontnue n ot
continue contnue her relations relatons with him Lord Lordconsulted Ld Ldconsuled j d dconsulted
consulted consuled an attorneys atoreYl preparatory preJrator to 11 11to Uvorce Ii Iivotes
proceedings ana was
votes proeedings ad1 advhied to go 0 0o
to t o the vicinity viciniy of Hess home to gathe gathesome Jth nath natharnie r rme
some < me teStimony t tmony He did so 5 yesterday yesterdayuinpanied tera ac accompanied acompanled ¬
companied ompanled c by his brother brther Hes Hes Hose appeared appearedand appecirt d daid
and UJd it Is said sid made some sme taunting taunt apcore ng re remark re x xmark
mark mark Lord drew dr w his revolver and ilr fi fithree d dthree
three balls bns entering enterng Hess body bodyIlrqnhlllan bdy bdyIIul bodyILruIsIIlOht ire I
Ilrqnhlllan IIul Ilolltflel Kcfimeii icutssetlorTechnlcnl for forTecbulcnl Technical Rrntona UrnonDaver Urnsn n nDOIIVOr I IDanver
Danver Doc l IlLCoy Gov Themes Thor today toti I Idenie
Daver Do teoa ny nydenied
denie that he refused r fuse to honor an extra etraI etraId10n ext a j j
d10n from frm Coy 00 Mount ount ot Indiana Indlanl for torCInton er
Oxman as a has his beon reported reprte be be t O
Gov Mount Iount refused rtueQ to honor hnor ex extradition e c ix
tradition t papers for or former Coy W ixS S STayler
of Kentucky Gov Thomas said saidtoday sid sidloda si sitoday I
today loda that he refused retuse to honor hO r Gov Govounta Ce
ounta papers ppor for Oxman who is ij charg chr chat ¬
with wih having hving swindled a Valparaiso Valparl man ml mlDC rn n
e JMOOO 0 because b ClSC they were not made mde rnut out OUtorrtU c ut
and they have bave been ben sent nt back backtor ba cek ek
orrtU rectification recUtcton
Berlin Berln B erlin Papers Paprs Criticise Criicise Criti ise Chaf Chaffees haf haffees
fees Letter Leter to Waldersee WalderseeGERMANS Waldelsee WaldelseeGERY
Continued Co ntinued Removal of Inctramcbt Intr mchr from fromIekln fromekID roes
Iekln l ekID Observatory Ub naror Though Tboulh the French FrenchHave FrenchURY
Have URY h ave Desisted Vealltd In Tfaclr Ther Share of the Out OatCruetPunitive OutD
CruetPunitive D race Punthe Expeditions Expedious Returning RcnrDlu to toIekin tolekln
Iekin l ekln and Telnuin TelntllSeerelarr TeintsIniecretnry Secretary Hay lar > Ef EfortH >
i form ortH for or Softer Sorer Terms Tem Recognized UecocnlzedBorUn
Berlin Dec 10 10The The Te German govern government gover ¬
ment m ent has ha not taken ten official ofcal notice of Gen GenChaffees
Chaffees Chtees C letter to Count von Waldersee Walderseecomplaining
complaining cmplaining co mplaining of the to removal reoval of tho as astronomical astronomcl ¬
tronomical tronomcl tr instruments Instment from the wall wal of ofPekin ofekln
Pekin P ekln and the return retu of the lettet to the theAmerican
te t
American A merican ercn commander cmmnder on account aunt of otls otlslone ofilts fits fitstone
tone lone lO fle Only a a few of the papers ppr print prnt the theIncident te teIncdenl
Incident Incdenl In cident In their teir news columns colwns The Vos Vosslche Vosslche
slche ai che Zeltung Zeitung remarks remarksWhatever remrks remrksWhatever remarksWhatever
Whatever the to cause cuse Gen n Chaffee Chaee had hadin hadIn
in no case cs a right rght to use us such suc rough lan language language ¬
guage g uage In a letter leter to the commanderln commanderlnI cmnderIn cmnderInchlet
I chief chiefTha chletTho ch ief
The Berliner Berlner Tageblatt Tageblat observes oberes We Wemust Wemust
must m ust of course curs reserve rfserc a definite defnie Judg Judgment judgment ¬
ment an ent until untl reliable relable German Genn reports reprt have havebeen haveben
been ben be en received raolve Whoever Whoer knows however howeverof howeverof
of the generally acknowledged anowledge diplomatic diplomatictact diplomtc diplomtctat
tact tat ta ct of Count von Waldersee Walderee will wU not notdoubt notdoubt
doubt d oubt that t the he would not havo havo employed employedsuch
such su ch a brusque brsue procedure proedure without wItout the thestrongest the5trn tberongest
strongest 5trn st rongest est kind of provocation provocationCapt provocton
Capt Capt Dannhauscr Dnnhauscr who is with wih Count Countvon Countyon
von v on Waldersee says in a private prvate dispatch dispatchreceived dispatchrelve
received relve re ceived in Berlin Berln today todayThe toY toYThe
The French have abandoned their ope operations opertons ¬
rations rtons m Uons to remove astronomical atrljomcl Instru Instruments Instr ¬
ments ment m ents from the walls of Pekln presuma presumably ¬
bly bl y in order to impress the Chinese Chinee with withtheir wih wihtheir I
their th eir comparative comprnte clemency but the Ger Germans Germans ¬
mans m ans continue contnue removing Instruments Instrument un under under ¬
der d er the protection prcecton of o a company compny of o engi engineers en l lneer ¬
neers neer n eers
Dispatches D5JntchcI from Walderaec WalderaecBerlin WalderseeBerlin nlderlec nlderlecBerln
Berlin Berln Dec De 10 lOTho Tho war office otce has re received received reeived ¬
ceived c eived the th following from Count von Wal Waldersee Walderee ¬
dersee deree d ersee dated Pekin December Decembr 9 9The 9The 9The
The international InteraUonn commltteefor commtteetor the ad administration administrton adinistration ¬
ministration ministrton m of Pekin will wi meet tomorrow tomorrowunder tomOIOW tomOIOWunder tomorrovnder
under u nder the presidency o ot Col Baron Baon Gayl GaylThe GaylTh GaylThe
The Th Guendell Guendel column which was left leftat let
at a t Shan Hal Kwan reached tho district of ofYuen otYuen a auen
Yuen Y uen Tientsin Tentsin five fve days march east of ofPekln otPekln 0 0ekin
Pekln P ekin December 7 and ad is i now on Its It way wayback waybck wa waACk
back bck 1X ACk to the capital capitalCount cpIUI cpIUICount capitalCount
Count von Waldorsce also telegraphs telegraphsunder tllegrphs tllegrphsunder
under u nder date of Saturday that the two de detachments 11etachment tieachments ¬
tachments tachment t of troops from Tientsin Tientin com commanded commanded cornanded ¬
manded m anded by Col Col Lohrscheidt Lhrcheldt and ad MaJ Fal Falkenhayn Falkenhan Fatenhayn
kenhayn k which had been proceeding proceedingagainst proceedingaginst proceedinigainst
against aginst a a a considerable force of Chinese Chineseregulars Chinesereglars S Segulars
regulars reglars r who had taken taen up a position positon at atTsangchou atTsanghou a asangchou
Tsangchou T ninetyfive nlnetyfvo kilometers kiometers south southward southward southard ¬
ward w ww ard of Tientsin Tientsn havo occupied occupie thp place placewithout placewihout placiithout
without wihout w ithout opposition oppositon and that the columns columnsare columnsare
are a re returning to Tientsin TientsinThe TentsIn TentsInThe TicntsinThe
The budget committee of the Reichstag Relhstag r
ha hRi h a adopted a resolution resoluton that the Chinese Chineseexpeditionary ChineseexpCHUonar S
expeditionary expCHUonar e corps crps must be dissolved dissolvedafter dissolvedafer I
after afer a lter it has finished fnished Its Is duty in China ChinaSecretary Cina
Secretary ecrclnr HurH Coup loup at nllekil Iekin IekinIt
It I is now dawning dawlns upon upn the German Germanpress Germanpr
press pr ss and public pUblc that Mr Hay the Ameri American Americn ¬
can cn c an Secretary Secretr of State Stte has secured seure an anthe anout at 1
out o ut and out dipiatic tc victor 1 t Er In obUglng f
the t he powers power dlVl Germany Inciuaed Inc1ue in1tied1 to yield yieldj yieldto yiele 1
j to t o his arguments argument In favor of more mod moderate moderate modrate ¬
erate o rate terms In the preliminary prelminr joint note noteto noteto noti S
to t o the Chinese peace pece plenipotentiaries plenipotentiariesThis plenipotentarie
This T his clearly defined defned defeat Is especially especialy
blter b iter here because becuse Emperor William Wllam Wllamha r
hal ha h a 1 set his heart hert on Imposing the te most mosthumlatng mos t
humiliating humlatng h conditions condion upon the Chinese Chineseand Chinee Chineeand S
and a nd thus
emphasizing Germanys
Germnys power powe powen r
in i n their teir eyes eyesUnder eyesUndcr
Under the thopatrona patronage e of Countess von vo It
Buelow B uelow a notable concert was given this thisevening thisevening thi a
evening e for the benefit beneft of tho German Genan S
troops trops t roops In China It I It was wa attended atended by Em Emperor Emperor ¬
peror p eror William 11am and the Empress many mny man V
members m embers of the nobility and the
te noblt entire entre entir e
diplomatic dlplomatc d corps cors Including Includln United Unied States Sttes Sttesmbasador State 5
Ambassador A mbassador
mbasador White WhIl and Mrs White Whie The Thenet Th C
net n et proceeds of the entertainment
procee entertinment were war e
about a bout 180000 1800 1S00 marks marksLondon mark wee
London Dec Dee 10 10A A special dispatch ii
from f rom Shanghai announces that
Shnghai Li Hung Hun g
Changs C hangs s Manchu
secretary secretr TIko has ha S
been b een arrested
by order of Field Marshal 1
Count C ount ashal
von Waldersee
on the charge of o f
communicating communIcatn C ommUflICatiflWIth with wih the Boxers BoxersGEN Boxer BoxerGEN
Situation Sltultlon S in China Cluinaflescribcd IKscribM
Ullcrllcr br b One oe Who Wh 0
laN Has licenoii leln 1ien 01 en tlieSiior tlieSiiorBrig the SIIot SIIotBrig
Brig Gen James H Wilson
arrived In I a
Washington yesterday yesterda direct from Pe
kin k in He called caled at the War YarDepartment Department I t ¬
and a nd paid his respects to the officials
SpeaKlng SpeaKlngot of the Chinese situation ofcals last las it
night n ight Gen Wilson Uson said snd China situaton is abso I ¬
lutely l prostrate The
prostrte report that she con I ¬
templates t making mnkng a counter claim for in in I ¬
demnity d on account of the
demniy punitive
cape 1 ¬
punitve epe
ditions d itions ma be true
ditons may tue but I have no reason ream a
to t o believe that at any attention will
beleve t atenton wU be paid pai d
to t o It I it China Chluu has nothing to say In the themater th e
matter she is on her knees
mater and must
ac accept accopt a ¬
copt c opt the terms the te powers decide to im impose Impse I ¬
pose pse p ose Tho punitive punitve expeditions expedions were un unnecessary unnecesa I ¬
necessary necesa and American troops did not notparticipate notparticipate nc it
participate p in them Their effect etect was wa to tocreate tocreate t 0
create c reate bad blood bloodSo bloodS
So S far as 1 indemnity Indemniy is concerned concered conceredChina I
China in case cas of the revision re slon of her fis fiscal fs fscI fi 5 ¬
cal cI c iii system would I have no doubt be beable beable h e
able a ble to satisfy satsfy claims caims for a reasonable reasonablesum rcasonae rcasonaesum rcasonab te teum
sum s um Her revenues r enues from all sources In Including Inchdlnc in 1 ¬
cluding c maritime maritme customs land tax salt salttax salttax sa It
tax t ax c e amount to about 30000000 00 an annually annual at 1 ¬
nually nual n ually Of this ths 12000000 00 is pledged pledge for forforeign rorforeign ft ftoreign Cr
foreign f Joans Jon3 The remainder supports supportsthe support 5 5he
the t he throne and the official ofcal class clas The Theofficials Th he heofcials te tefficials
officials ofcials o are comoaratlvaly cmnartval few not more morethan more morethan rum e ehan
than t 30000 30 all told In case of o a proper properrevision properrevsion prope It Itevision
revision revsion r of her er fiscal fscal system I believe believethat beUce beUcethat beliet 0 0hat
that t hat a revenue of at least tl50000GOO 5OO could couldbe coul coui d dbe
be obtained obtaine annually annual h She would thus thushave thushave tin is ishave
have have JKW600000 0iOO above abve her h r expenses epenses with withwhich wIt wit ii iiwhich
which to the debt incurred
pay IJa in conse consequence const a ¬
quence of the recent reent outrages outrgt I have haveheard haeherd ha e eheard
heard herd that the combined cmbined indemnity indemnitywill Indemnlt Indemnltw1 y
will w1 amount to WCOCOO000 00 That Tat seems seemsexorbitant seen is
exorbitant eorbiant I presume presulc however the theamouat th thnm U to toamteut
amouat nm Ct to be b demanded demande will wi be large largeGermany large largeGermany
Germany Geran has about abut iiOOO 0 O00 men In InChina InChina I
China The cost cst of transporting trnsprtng them from fromthe frm frmte frey In Inthe
the te center < of Europe Eurp to Asia was great greatThey get grea t tThey
They The may remain In China about
China but a year yearYou yearYou yea r rcan
You can cn see how costly csty the expedition ePeiton is isand f isand
and how it will wi help to t swell swel the German Gerau GeraucJnm Germ IU IUciatra
cJnm ciatra t tUnited for ludemmtye indemnity The Aerican American claim clai m
for the expenses ot Us expedtionai
force wi will probbly probably not b b 0 so epitonr lage large The TI I
United States however will wl have a heavy he hexi ry
bill ti to preeent pr nt for the te murder of Amer Uer me r ¬ I
lean missionaries missionaies and the destruction detrcton of ofmssion otmsslon ofrussion
mssion property propertyGen proprty proprtyGen propertYCon
Gen Chaffee Chatee Is strongly opposed to toccting
Icctine l and the American Americn troops t oppse ps have havenot hve hve10t iia ye yeItot
10t not taKen any an part plt in the vandalism ond lsm that Ui hat at atoccurred
has hs occurred ocure The removal rmol of astron astronomical astrono astronnical ¬
mical Ilal instruments Instrrents from the Pekln obser observatory obserMOl obse obsevktory ¬
vatory MOl In regrettable rerettble The erection erecton erectionthis of ofthis otthho
this observatory ob5erator was the first frst concession concessionmade corctlon corctlonmade corcesslu n nmade
made by b the Chinese hnee to modern science Ictence scienc e
I do not understand the reason rean for the theremoval therdmovfl ti tiremoval
removal rdmovfl of ct the instruments Instrments unless it was ni
because u5e the foreign foreig governments desired desiredthem deired deiredthm desin ed
them us trophies for or they are olu ol
thm k trohi tlcy and andcannot at id idcannot
cannot cnnot compare comp e with astronomical astronomicl anl ap apparatus a I Itesratus ¬ j
paratus Jlrtus of later manufacture maruf ctur Count von vi ap n nVal4erseo
Waldersee Is a a highminded hhhmlnde gentleman gemlemnnand a aand
and excellent ecelent soldier sldier and I cannot cnnot bt b
lieve lne that hit has authorized authorize any acts actsvandalism o ovandalism 0nnlim
vandalism nnlim ceruUnI certnl I know nov of none that thatwtr th at atwere
tht thtWHe
wtr were committed cmmlto by his irdergJ irdergJIive rders rdersJhe rdersPlycMrui
Iive Jhe PlycMrui Urn Irl Killed KUrd Iu It AMICII pten Iel Tunnel TunnelOgden TunnelOKen
Ogden OKen Utah Dec Dee lIt 11I Is reported reportedthat repre report eel
that tt u an explosion exp1slon of gas occurred otcured in the thebig te tebt t he
big bt Union Upln Pacific Pct tunnol six ldx miles mie north northof nor nor Ui
of Aspen Ason Wyo VlTo today Five men were werekilled werekie we re
killed kie and a number numbr badly Injured Injured Aspen Aspentunnel Asp Asptunnel ween lpen lpentunnel1a en
tunnel tunnel1a ta 6700 670 feet lone Ion
Ju Judge dge Hoot Hok Remands Rewand the Captain Cpta to the theLcavcmvorth theLaenworh theLeavenworth
Lcavcmvorth Laenworh Penitentiary PenitentiarySt PenlenUar
St st S i Louis LuIs JIo o Dec De 10 10ln 10Tn In a decision decisionhanded deciIon deciIonhaded
handed haded ba baera nded down dow by Judge Judg Hook of the Fed Federal Fe FedDistrict ¬
eral erl era District Ditrct Court of Kansas K and ad con concurred cn cncur conTed ¬
curred cur cra craA craCa Ted In by United Unted States State Circuit Crcit Judge JudgeAmos JudgeAo Judgemos
Amos Ao A mos Thayer Tyer this thi afternoon ateroon Oberlin Obrln 1L 1LCarter M Mrter
Carter Cer Ca Caar rter former forer captain cptan United Unie States Statesarmy Sttes Sttesary Statesmy
army ary ar my under unde sentence sntence ct ci live ve years yes Im Imprisonment I
prisonment pr prer rnment isonment for misappropriation mipproprton of gov govrment govnmeat
eminent er erM erth rment nmeat funds fuds while whle In charge of the theharbor theIIMbor thebor
harbor M bor work of Savannah Svannah Is remanded rmande to tothe tothe toe
the th e custody custoy of o Robert Robrt W McLaughryt McLaughrytwarden cLuShr
warden ward wa waLe rden n of the Federal F erl penitentiary pnlerJtat at atLeavenworth atLeavenwort atavenworth
Leavenworth Leavenwort Le where Carter Crter has been 1 con confined conr ¬
fined finedThe lin r ed
The Tt court cour overruled overlc the petitioners pUUonr1 de demurrer ¬
murrer murer m utter on the habeas baoa corpus crns writ wt Issued Issuedsom Ised Isedsom Lisuedmc
j som so mc < time ago and ad sustained sustied the te ruling rulingof rulng
of the trial courts together with the sub subsequent ¬
t ta cout togeter wih te
j sequent fequnt se sech quent action acton of President Pesident McKInley McKInleywho McKinleyho Icnley Icnleywho
who w sew ho set aside aide twelve of the charges chre under underwhich uder underhich
whic w which hich he was wa convicted cnvicte but made no nochange nochange noange
change ch ange of the sentence imposed by the thecourtmartial te theurtmartial
courtmartial courtmartialIn co
courtmara In I Ite n addition addlon to the te prison sentence Car Carhe Cr Crter
ter te r wa was fned fined O 000 which wa was pad paid and andhe
he was wa dismissed dimisd from the army aY Judges JudgesThayer
Thayer T hayer and Hook Hok find fnd these proceedings
were w ere entirely entrey regular reglr One of the chief chl chiefntentions t tcontentoD5
contentions contentoD5 co ntentions urged in Carters Carters behalf was wasthat wMthat
that th at the President In reducing r uclng the nun number nu nuber
ber be t of a specifications spcifctons preferred prere thereby therebymade
made made m bem ade void the punishment Inflicted Inficted On OntiS
this th is point Judge Thayer says saysTe
tiS pint
The Te punishment prescribed precrbd by the thearicles theticles
articles aricles ar ticles of war wa is I attached atahed to the charge char
and an d not the specifications spifcatons made mde there thereunder
under un unex der the latter later being merely by way of ofexemplification ofexemplfcton
exemplification exemplfcton ex and detailed detate statement sttement of ofthe
the th e principal charges chhes to which they re
spectively spectvely sp ectively princip relate relte But even if this were werenot weret
not no t so the rule rle Is I well wel established estlihe that thatwhere
where w here a sentence In gross hOSS Is pronounced pronouncd pronouncdupon
upon up upco on a a conviction convicton under an Indictment Indictmentcontaining Indictmentcontlnlns
containing contlnlns co ntaining several counts cunt and upon upn appeal appe11 appe11Or
or review some of them are held bad b and andthe
the th e others other are sustained sustaned the sentence 5enten sentenceill e ewi
will wi w ill not be disturbed disturbe provided provide It Is such suchas
as could culd lawfully lawntly have been imposed Impsed un under
der do t the counts which were upheld upheldLeavenworth upheld
Leavenworth Kans Dee pee 10 Capt Capt
Carter C arter entered prson prison here In Apri April last last
With W ith one year off ot for good god behavior he hestill hestm
still st ill has a little lte more than three years car to tosere torve
serve sere se rve His Hi application applcton for a writ wit of ha hatpber habea
bea be as corus corpus was fed filed at Leavenworh Leavenworth Oc October
tpber tober to ber 17 andjcvas and was heard herd here on November Novemberon
2 23 Jud Judges es Tayer Thayer and Hook both sitng sitngon sitting sittingn
on o n the cas cS cast Frank Frnk P Blair of Chicago Chicagoand Chicgo Chicgoand
and a nd Congressman Con esman Grosvenor of Ohio ap appeared appee apeased ¬
peared p eased for Carter Carter Carer was permitted permittedto penlte permittedappear
pee to appear in court in citizens cizens clothes clothesand clothts clothtsand clothesnd
and a nd it was the first frt time tme he had left the theprison theprison therison
prison p ap rison walls wals since his Incarceration IncarcerationPLAN Inc rceraUon rceraUonPLAN
Churchmen C and Business us Men Unite Uniteto i
to Promote Evangelization Evangelzaton EvangelzatonCentr01
Central C Committee Pnrnied nrfted to Enlist EnUstChurches
Churches of Every Evr Even Denomination Ielorlntlon IB lathe
the Movement lUovementSome Some of the tboLeadDI
Ltatttne LeadDI Spirit plrll plrllNew
New York Dec Dee 10 10A A conference was washeld wa I
held h eld at the te Young 1oung Mens Christian Chrstan Asso Assoclato
elation clato ci ation today todB attended atended by b clergymen clergmen and andbusiness andhusiness I
business b usiness men from fron New York and near nearby nearh
by h large cities cles for the purpose of plan planning
ning n ing for a n big bls religious relgious movement found founded toundcd foundd ¬
ed e d upon the evangelical evagelcl basis bais It I was wa the theoutcome theoutcome C
outcome o of a general genera feeling feelng shared by byclergy byclerg b
clergy clerg cl ergy and laymen interested in evangell evangellcal evangel
I cal c al work that the te churches should be beawakened beaw be S
awakened aw a ne to the existing eltlng condition conditon of ofleargy ci t tle r
leargy le Iath r rgy and ad indifference IndUer indlfferi we e on the part of ofthe ofthe ol r
the th e great ret reat masses masss toward t ward the word of ofGod otGod ol r
God G od
Plans for extending the movement to tothe to tothe te I
the t he entire country countr were were perfected and andcommittees an ancommitees anommittees
committees commitees c appointed to facilitate facUtate them themWilliam themVnUam themP
William W VnUam illiam P Hall Hal was wa chosen temporary temporarychairman temprry temprrycharman P
chairman charman c of the conference He was as assoclated a
soclated s soclated with wit the late Dwight L Moody MoodyIt Mood MoodI
It I was announced that the conference conferencewas i
was w as called ca1ed to to unite unie In forming foring a central centralcommittee centralcomIttee I
committee comIttee c composed of representatives representativesof representatves representatvesot 3
of o f all al leading churches and church curch socie societes
ties tes ti es to aid in effecting efetng a national natonal evangel evange
ical Ica Ic al movement through trough the medium of ofthe orthe o r
the t he churches churhes and church societies the thespiri the thepirit i
spirit spiri s pirit of the movement to embrace embrce every everycity everycl r
city cl c ity and town In the United Unied States Sttes Those ThoseInterested Thosenterested S
interested i in promoting the idea Id
promotng a expect expet t tmake t >
make m ake the movement strictly strcty undenomina undenominatonal
tional tonal t In character charcter charcterTie characterThe
The Tie headquarters headquarer of the movement nov ment will wl wil I
probably prcbbly p bo b In Now Ie York City Clt although althoughthis alhough alhoughthis 1
this t his Is not definitely defniely decided deided This hls ques queston queson
tion ton tl on will wU be b left to the central centrl committee cmmitee cmmiteewhich
which w hich held a a meeting meetng after aCer the confer conferenc
ence enc e ec nce It I was decided deded to prepare a cir circular citular
cular c ular outlining outning the scheme to be b sent to tothe tothe te S
tc the t he secretaries secretries of church societies scietes in ev every e eery cvry
ery c ry city ciy and town In the United Unied States StatesAmons
Among Amons the hundred or more present preent at attodays a t
todays t conference and some of those thosewho thos i
who w ho will wi serve sere on the central cenrl committee commtee commteewere S
were w ere John H Converse Philadelphia PhiladelphiaWilliam Phiadelphia PhiadelphiaWnUam I
William W illiam R R Moody oody son of the late Dwight DwightL t
L Moody John W Baer Boston secre secretar sceneary
tary tar t ary of the International InteraUonal Christian Chrstan En Endeavor Endeavor Eneavor ¬
deavor d eavor Society Mrs Margaret 1Ia aret Bottome Bottomepresident BoHomeIlresident i iresident
president p resident of the Kings Daughters So Society S ¬
ciety c ety Rev R R S MacArthur 1facrthur pastor pator of the theCalvary theCalvar tb
Calvary Calvar C Baptist Baptst Church New York Rev RevE RevE
E P Ingersoll Ingersol Brooklyn Gen Gn 0 OHQward 0 0oward
Howard H oward Rev Dr D A Blackburn
A Blackur pas pastor pastor ¬
tor t ot of the Church of the Strangers Strngers Rev RevDr RevDr
Dr D r Henry Henr Motte Church of the Holy HOl HOlCommunion
Communion C Episcopal Eispal this city cty Rev T TS TS
S Henderson D S Brooklyn Brokly John M MCornell Iiornell L LCornel
Cornell Cornel C ornell of Manhattan Ianhatan Rev Dr J WChapma W WChapman
Chapman Chapma C hapman James Jaes Talcott Talcot Rev D J Bur Burrell BurreU
rell r oll Marble 1Iarble Collegiate Colegiate Reform Refor Church ChurchRev Curch CurchRev
Rev R ev Dr J F Carson Caron Brookyn Brooklyn Rev Dr DrJ DrJ
J I Vance Brooklyn Broklyn Rev Re Dr D Dregory s
Gregory G regory H M 1 Moore Boston Miss Mary Mar MarMcElroy
McElroy president National Natonal Young Wo Womans Womans Woans ar ¬
mans m ans Christian Association Associaton Rev Dr DrCadman S SP SP
P Cadman Rev B Q Denham Rev Dr
Cortlandt Cortandt C Meyers Meyer and Rev Dr D A C C L
Dixon DixonHUNTER Dixon DixonHUNTER D ixon A
AraSturtcvant Ma ra Sturteant Sturtevant Killed lUled in Maine Woods ood oods br brSome bTSome b I
Some cmc Pelon Person Unknown UnknownFoxcroft nknnwn nknnwnFoxcroft
Foxcroft Foxcroft Me Mo Dec De 10 10Two Two hunters huntr
Thomas Toma Daggett and GUman GUmn Gould who whowith whowih I
with wih Ara Aa Sturtevant Sturtevant started stred last lat Satur Saturay ¬
day da d ay on a hunting huntng trip trp in the vicinity vlcnl of o If
Sebec Lake Lke have have returned retured here bring brng I ¬
ing i ng the body hov of Sturtevant Sturtevat who had died dlt die d
from f rom a a bullet bulet wound in the te head headSturtevants head headSturtevants
Sturtevants companions compnon say they came cameacross ce ceacros cain C
across the body sitting In
acros te sittng an upright uprght po position poslCn C ¬
sition slCn s iticun near nea a deer which he had elain elainA slain 1
A bulletwound buletwound in the left lef temple led the themen themen Hi e
men to think thnk that tat Sturtevant had h shot slit it
himself himslf by accident accdent but an a examination examinationof exmlnUo exmlnUoof Ii
of the wound showed that
tht It had beej beejmade be bee l
made me by a 30 0 caliber ciber rifle rile while whie the te cali cl cat I ¬
ber of Sturtevants Strlnts gun gn was wa 38 3 A search searchof lerh lerhor score h hof
of the te woods woos In the te vicinity viciniy in an a attempt attemptto attmpt attmptto attem t tto
to locate locte the person peron who fired fre the te shot nbc it
brought btou M
no success Sturtevant
8UCe was wasabout wn we IS ISabout
about abut thirtyfive thirtyfve years yer of age and was a asoninlaw asonInlw
soninlaw sonInlw of Daggett DaggettHEAVY Daett DaettHEAV DaggettHEAVY wn
New York CI Cloy 1Iul PO Pay 8 SISf174 IS074 u ii Ii
RennlturFaent Relnlt ufPQ fnt MtfeatUa MtfeatUaNew IhhratlaaNew
New York York Dec De 10Judgment lOJudgent was wa en ci 1 ¬
tered tere tarot today against agint New York City for ft r
ISlfL074 8O 074 as a a result reult of a case ce of patent ptent patex it
litigation ltgton which has continued contnue for twen twentythree 1 ¬
tythree years year With Wih Interest Intert and ad costs coststhe cost cosi Ls LsI I
the whole charge chae to the city ct will wU be some somewhat sme mm a ¬
what more mor than ta 11000000 11000000The 100 IOO00O0The
The suit was begun bgn in 1S77 i on a claim clm cmi in
from the owners of the
patent ptent for a a re r e
IJaf et valve yae used uu on steam ste4m fire tr engines enginesThe 5 I
The city et had ba used ud thiuse t thcs valves rves and ad engne suits suitswere Bult sui La
were wor brought to esabliah ebUsh the validity validityof validit aUdltyof y yof
of the patent and ad press p the te claim clIm against againstthe again B Bthe
the te city cityJudge cityJudge agns
Judge Wheeler some years ago decided decidedIn deIded deIdedIn decide xd xden
In favor of the patent and ad since then the thethe en
the accounting accountln has ha been bn In progress with wit Lii
the to final f result rsut stated stte above above proges wit
Bold B old Defense Against Accus Acensa Acensatioiis
tioiis tons in Parliament ParliamentHIS Parlament ParlamentII
Admis Ad Admits mits Connection CoanectoB with wlb Two of r the Con Conctros COBCtFUs
ctros CtFUs C OCOs Mentioned JentJou d but beiDeclarca Declares Decarc It nShitrue a Simre SimreIhat
tbat t hat a JUan Ia of Hit II Reputation ncputall Should tould touldCbnrced 2s
Charsed C with wll Corruption Corrplloo House loDe of ofCommons ofCommou
Commons C ommons Take Take the tbeTote Same View Iew b by a aVoo
Tote T ote ofSbD of2t9 to 10167801 107Son Jlake Jlakea Denial DeallLondon
London L ondon Dec Dee 10 laMr Mr D LloydGeorge LloydGcrge LloydGcrgeRdicl
Radical Rdicl Ra dical member for Carnarvon Caranon district districttoday districttoday districtday
v today to day in the House Houe brought together toheter a aseries aseres aries
5 series seres se ries dF tr accusations cccusatons against aginst 3Ir Ir Cham Chamberlain Chamberlan Chainrlain ¬
t berlain berlan be rlain that tt had h been been figuring tgurlng In the thenewspapers
newspapers ne wspapers and anI moved that no member memberof memberof memberthe
v of of the government ought to have a direct director director directIndirect
c or Indirect interest Interst in concerns concers competing competingfor comptng comptngfor
f for fo r government gavermentcontrcts contracts He pointed pointedout pointedout
o out ou t that tht the secretary s cetr of state for the thecolonies lhecolonies
c colonies col onies held 6600 56 shares shar s and other oter mem members member ¬
v bers ber be rn of his family famiy 670011 601 shares In the Bir Birmingham Br Brminghm ¬
r mingham minghm mu ngliam trust trut which in turn was wa a ashareowner ashareoer
s sh shareowner areowner in the Tubes Limited Limied making makng
J 10000 10O 1 U000 a year out of government Joverment con contracts contrncts ¬
t tracts tra cts He asserted also aso that Mr Cham Chamberlain Chamberain
t berlain berain be rlain and his hi relations neld shares sharesworth sharesworth
v worth wo rth from 230000 20 to J 230000 O in Elliotts Elotts ElottsMetal Elliottsetal
3 Metal M etal Company contractors to the ad admiralty admiraly ¬
r miralty miraly nnl ralty and shares fhar valued at 250000 20 0000 in inKynochs InIochs
i Kynochs K ynochs Dynamite Dnamla Company contract contractors contractor
0 ors or 01 5 to the war office ofce After enumerating enumertng enumertngother
J1 other ot her companies in which the Chamber ChamberMr Chambr Chambrlain
lain lai n tamly family he aserted assertec had Interest interests
Mr M r George GEorge declared that he was not at attcklns
t tacking tcklns ta cking the private character claracter of the min minIter mm
Iter Ist later er but had raised ried the matter mater because becausethis hecausethis
this t his case cae might be used as a precedent precedentlater precedentlater
later la ter to justify justty corruption corrpton corrptonter
After ter various vaious speeches for and and against aginst aginstte
the te th e resolution r luton Mr Chamberlain Chamberain replied reJllcd reJllcdA
A Matter oflcraonal of lersooRllolor lersooRllolorI Honor
It I Is my personal honor that tat Is In InolvO
volved vo voth olvO lved in this question queston he said and I Iink
I think th thlif ink It hard had after ater twentyfive twentyfve years of oflife otle ofe
life le lif e In the full ful lght light of Parliament Parlaent to tohave tl
have ha hano ve to stand std up and explain eplain that I am amnot a amt
not no nom noof t a scandalous scndalous thief These attacks atacks are aremonstrous aremonstrous areonstrous
monstrous m and absurd absu I took no notice noticeof noticethe
notce notceot
of the charges during durng the election electon al although although ¬
t though th ough there tere had been a conspiracy of ofInslnuathn oftinuatitn
insinuation in I had been charged with wih fat fattening fattening fatning ¬
teyo t tening tening te ning on tho profits profts of a war I had pro provoked proyoked proked ¬
yoked vokedOf yokedOf yo yoho ked kedOf
Of alf the companies cmpanies mentioned m mentionedld nUoned I Ihold Ihold
hold ho ld shares share in two My Iy relations relatons intend intendto intendto
t to tolie take legal legl proceedings proeeings and the pub pubHe lub luble pubwill
I He le will wi sea se how these abominable abminable charges chargeswill chargesin chargesill
J will w in ill ba b dealt dealt with wth by the courts My Myrelations Myrelatons Myt
relations relatons re lations are ae all al bnlncss business men and have havehad havohad t
1 had ha haof d to make tae their thir own fortunes I come comeof comeot comea C
of ofti a family tamly which boasts basts nothing of dis distinguished dl dltnglshed dlvnguished ¬
tih tnglshed ti tinguished birth or inherited Inheried wealth but buthas buthas butas
has h as an unbroken recoid Cor = or nearly two twocenturies twocenture twcnturies
centuries centure ce < nturies of unstained unstaine commercial commercal In Integrity Integty ¬
j tegrity tegty te grity Never N ver during durns the whole wholE course courseof courseot coursemy C
of my political career have tave I been ben asKed a d dto I
to use my influence Infuence to secure pecuniary pecuniarygain pcuniary pcuniarygn pecuniaryair P
j gain gn g air for myself or my relations relatons relatonsProceding
Proceeding Proceding to explain his connection cnncUon cnncUonwih C
with wih w ith the two companies Mr Chamberlain Camberain Camberainsaid I
said sa < id he had joined the theColombo Colombo Colomb Company Companytwentythree Companytwentythree Companentythree r
twentythree tw entythree years ago Its Is shares had hadnever badneer I
never n ever been quoted quot d on the stock stok exchange exchangeThe exchan e ele
The T le he contract to build buldh huts t fprJBoer for Boer prls prJsoner
oners oner o ners in Ceylon was given tothjaCfofonibd t to t1rd the cofombt f ii
Company C ompany on the responsibility respnsibity of the lo local 10cal
J cal ca l government goverment without wihout any communi communication communIcaton communition
cation caton ca tion with wlthhhnseit wlthhhnseitSuch himself himselfSuch
Such a Little lule One Onet He le lb Plead PleadSo PI end endSo
So far as the Birmingham Biringham trust trst was wasconcered t
concerned concered co < ncerned ho said he knew nothing nothingwhatever nothingwhaeer nothih
whatever whaeer w of its Is investments although alhough he hehad heha hi
I had ha h ad recently recenU ascertained acertained that there was wasa as asa 3
a trifling trfg Investment In the Tubes Tbes Limit LImited Limitd
ed e < d since his brother managed managt the bust business buslnes ¬
i ness nes n ess of that organization orgnizton but the he com companys companys corni
1 panys p already small smal business with the theadmirallty theadmlraUy i
admirallty admlraUy a had largely decreased dereased After Afterhaving fter fterhaving
1 having h aving made mae further furt r explanations explanatons of a asimilar asImia I
sImia si similar milar kind Mr Chambnrlaln Camborlln exclaimed exclulmed exclulmedamid
t amid a mid ministerial cheers che r
Is It I not hard to have to deal dcl with wih such suchrubbish suchrubbish u
i rubbish ru bbish as a this When Wen all al Is reckoned up upperhaps uPperhaps
I perhaps p my Indirect interest In govern oYer
i ment m ent contracts c ntrct Is a few pounds pouds or even eV l 1
shillings shiings s sis And yet the te House of Commons CommonsIs Commoncalled 3
1 is called upon to pass a a solemn resolu resolution resoluton ¬
t tion ton ti tia on which will wl not strike strke me but will wl be bea bea In u
t a selfdenying 5eJdenln ordinance for many mem members member
1 bers ber b ars who do not anticipate atcipate that result resul
In an eloquent peroration perorton the colonial colonialsecretary colonialsecretar 1
secretary secretar s declared that the attack attck had hadnot hadnot ha I
i not n ot Injured Inured him but had given pain to a anumber anumber a
i number n of private Individuals Those Thosewho Thosewho Thos S
i who w ho had n trade ade them he asserted had In Introduced Introduced
t troduced tr oduced into public publc life le unworthy meth methods metbods
ods o ds and had made It more difficult difcul for forhonorable torhonorble to toonorable r
hc 1 honorable honorble h and ad sensitive Eerslve men to serve sere the thecountry thecuntry tb a
c country cuntry c
Son SontloMakcs on Also 80 Makes Denial DenialHe DenIalHe
He was loudly cheered cjeered as a ho resumed resumedhis resmed resmedhis resumee I Iis
his h is seat teat His son Mr J Austin Austn Cham Chamberlain Chamberlain Chumerlain ¬
berlain b financial fnancial secretary secretar to the treasury treasurydepartment te taeas4ur ur V Vepartment
l department department d followed ronowe with wit similar simiar denials denialsMr I
Mr R R It B Haldane Radical Ualc Radical member for forHaddlngtonshlre torHaddln to r raddingtonshire
Haddlngtonshlre Haddln H tnshlre and others ohers spoke after afterwhich ater aterwbIch afte r rhich
T which w hich Mr 1Ir LloydGeorges motion moton which whichwas whichwas
was w as offered otered as a an amendment amenment to the ad address address ¬
dress d ress was rejected by a a vote ot 269 2 to 127 127air 17 17Mr 12
Mr Arthur Athur J Balfour BaIour the te government governmentleader governmentleader t
leader le ader then moved the closure which whichwas whic ii
was w as carried crred by 253 2 votes against 18 l and andthe andthe an xl
the t he address addrCs to the te throne was adopted by b y
2 5 votes vote against againt 21 21ARTHUR 2 2ARTHUR 21
1 Bride B ride Given Givn Away br b Her Ier Mother In InAb Iublencoof ii Ii
Ab tbsenceoilJnic blencoof enceof Jlnlc 1 nlc Itclatirefl ItclatireflSpeelil Itelalve ItelalveSpca
Speelil Spca to t Tbe Te Washington Wuh1cnPOL Wuh1cnPOLBoston FOIL FOILBoston
Boston Mass 1IE Dec De 10 lOArthur Arthur Eduard EduardDavs a
Davs avis of Washington Washngton D C and Miss MissMar Mis Misary S
Mar ary Cheney Chene were married mrrcl tonight tonight at the theCheney theCheney Hi e
Cheney Cheney C heney residence In Wellesley The elder elderr dde r
r rs Cheney gave gve away the bride brde in the te tebence th e
bence of male relatives relativesThe relaUvesTe
The Te wedding weddln was an elaborate elaborte one Spe Special Speial i ¬
ial trains trns carried cro the guests Jcta to Wellesley WeUcley WeUcleyand Wellesle V
nd back bck and the house was a a marvel mrel of ofthe otthe c et
the t he decorators decrtor1 art art The Te ceremony was waspertoned wa S
pertoned erformed by Rev Howard Howar N Brown of otKngs c f
Kngs ChapeL The Te maid md of honor was wasis sva 5
is iss Alice lee Cheney and Bancroft Bcrof Davis Da1 Davi Davihis
wa his brothers brothers best bst man mn The happy hapIYpair hapi I
air left town twn late lte tonight tongbt for Washing Wabln Wablnton ¬
ton on
The Te brides brdes brother brther Benjamin Pierce Pierc Pierc ie
heney and his wife Julia Arthur
JuJa Arhr the Hi Hictress
actres ctress left let for or California CaUrorl Sunday Sundy after afer afernon aftetoon te teactres ¬ I
non oon and were not present at the cere ceremony ¬
Iedlelmet In it tbe JlcCnrrell JlcCnrel Jury ur Bill BI Ui II
C Cne e Noun 011 Praised Prud at IInrriib Jnrrhberc JnrrhbercHrsburg Ilarrihurgr IlarrihurgrHarrisburg rr rrHarrisburg
Harrisburg Hrsburg Pa Pa Dec Dee m lTe 10The The remain 1
ug bribery brbr perjury perur and ad conspiracy Cnplrc remn case c cas xs a aor
f the last lat session sfslon of the t Pennsylvania Pennylani La
tate legislature leglature on which whlch true te bills bil were we e
foun by a grand Ind Jury Jur of ft Dauphin County Cunty Count y
ce to a a close today tody when District Ditct DtstrIe it
Atorey ttorney Millar llr entered ente a nolle nole prosequl grosequ rosuL t
ThL his was entered the
entere agreement ageement of the UI Ce Ceefendants
detedant to pay the costs rsr which whIchImounted whit li limounted
Imounted to t about abnl aboutThe t2 C 0 0The
The Te only case ce heard herd was wa that againat agauni it itohn
ohn J Coyle who was acquitted acuitte and an a
to pay half th costs cst The other otherIgalnt othei rs
Igalnt whom true tre bills bls were found were wer wex e
J Costello Cadeio Fnk Prank B Jones Jonc Rob Rb RbrEvanl Itoltt j
rEvanl tt Evans Charles Charle B B Sparz Span Thomas Thoma M i r
and Monroe Yonr H Kulp
The charges ch of bribery brber arose through throng Ii
effort to secure the passage of
etort secure te page what win t
M0 known a as > the McCarrell Ic
wa kown te ren jury Jur bill billt bi bit ii
which It wu climed claimed by some me membe 3
if f the t legislature legflature was wa Intended Intende to facllj a1l II
tte ate the escape ucp from trm conviction con1010n of certain cera tal In
PoUt 1 accused ed of criminal cinl offenses oten cer
Association As socaton sociation Guilty Culy of Discourtesy DJsourefY To Tovrard Towr Toward
ward wr the te Government GovernmentHavana Gotcrmeut Governmentavana
Havana H avana Dec De 10 100 Gov Gen Wood today todaysevered tony tonysevere
severed severe sev sevra ered the official omcla connection cnneton of the te Ha Havana Ja Jaa Hanru ¬
vana ra nru a Bar Rr Association osslaUon with the te government governmentIn goverment govermentIn governmentconsequence
In incia consequence consuence of the action aeton of the asso association n assotlon o oeaton ¬
ciation eaton cia ciaof tlon yesterday yetera In electing eleUnl to the th board boardof 0311 0311ot boardgovernors
of ofbee governors gvernor five fve deposed dCptH d judges who had hadbeen hadbeen hadn
been bee beeH n removed remove for dishonesty dishonestyHitherto dlhoneslY dlhoneslYHiherto dishonestyitherto
Hitherto Hiherto H itherto the association assoaton has hs sustained sustainedsemiofficial
semiofficial semfcal se seme relations relaton with wlb the govern government gover governnt ¬
ment ment me meuti nt nnd the board of governors governor or exec executive exeeve ¬
utive uti uticer Uve ve committee cmmtee has had power to review reviewcertain rview rviewtertn reviewtain
certain tertn cer tain court proceedings proceedings Gen Wood Wo had hadnotified hadnotfed
notified notfed no tified the nssoclctlon asclrton that there lher was wasample wasample
a ample am amfen ple cause cU e for the remox removal al of the of offending Orfending ¬
f fending fen ding judges and that no protest had hadbefln hadbMn haulen
befln be en made mde and no appeal taken takenIn tk tkIn <
In I n laying la ln his letter upon upn the table and andproceeding andprceeln
proceeding prceeln pr prtio oceeding with wih the election electon the te associa association associaton ¬
1 tion ton tio n was ns guilty giy of a gross goss discourtesy dlscoures to tothe tothe toe
the th thpr e governor goyeror general which he has haspromptly hasprompty hasomptly
promptly prompty pr prT prsix omptly and emphatically emphatclh rebuked rebukedThe rebukedThe rebukedhe
The T he association associaton numbers numbr3 300 member membersixtyfive membeslxtyfe memberstyfive
sixtyfive slxtyfe six tyfive of whom were ero present preent at the theelection theeleton i
i election eleton ele ction
I i GOT Co y Lund gar ttnrq nr He le Adhered thered to Clue tle Statute StatuteI SI11nio SI11nioIn
I in Wording Worlun oreln the Appointment AppointmentSt AplolnmenrSt
St St St Paul Minn Inn Dec Dee 10 10The The statement statementof
of Senator Chandler of New Hampshire Hampshirethat Hampshirethat
that that th at Gov Lind had undertaken to pre prescribe prescribe ¬
scribe sc ribe the length len th of Senator Townes term termby termby I
by the wording wordln of his appointment was a asurprise asurprise xi
surprise su rprise to Minnesotas Unne5tas chief chic executive executivewho eecutve eecutvewho
who w ho said today that thlt he had very ver careful carefully carefully carefulfollowed ¬
ly followed foUowe the wording of the te statute statuteand statuteand
and an d had not sought souht In any way to dictate dictateto dictateto C
to the United States Senate Sente as such suc an anattempt anatempt an I Itempt
l attempt atempt at tempt would be foolish toolsh He said saidI saidI
I followed toUowe the Federal Federl Constitution Constuton In Inpart Inpart it I
part pa rt and further quoted specifically specIfcaly from fromthe frm frmthe torn I
the th e Minnesota statutes In regard to such suchappointment suchapPolntent I
appointment apPolntent ap pointments This Thi statute reads that thatthe thtthe L
t the th e governor shall hal appoint appint some person personto peron peronto I
to fill fl such vacancy v cancy until unt the session sesion of ofthe orthe 01 t
l the th e legislature le lslatlre next thereafter and until untilsuch unti unti I
J such su ch person peror is elected and qualified qualfed I Ifollowed ItoUowed
followed fo llowed the th language lan ag of ot the Constitu Constitution Contu Contuton Constitun ¬
tion ton lio n and the statutes sttutd The Senate Sente has hasitself ha t
itself Itelt its elf already established etblshe a precedent preceent in ina Ina It
a a a Vermont case cae holding holdl that the ap appointee appointee ¬
j pointee po poof intee retains his office ofce until unt the close closeof closeot apS S
c of the session unless an election electon is had hadearlier hat ha I
earlier ea rlier When Vhen the session is adjourned adjournedthe adjournee I
t the th thno e term ends and an appointment Ipplntment would wouldnot wouldnot I
r not no t then hold anyway ayway as has been de decided decided ¬
c cided ci ded In Pennsylvania and ad Oregon cases casesREVOLT Ce CeHEVDt
j Alabama A Students Refuse to Coin Coinply Comply
ply with wih Military Miltary Regulations RegulationsNoiir Hegulatons HegulatonsNol
Noiir Nol N oisy Demonstration Deuuonstrationflurlng Dnrlne Dnrl I Which Indie Indienitica Idle Idleolle
allies olle Are re Heaped Upon Official om < lala of ofthe orthe
the IosllluUolGrlcvanccs Institution InstltuclonGrlevnnccs Grievances Sub Submitted SubJnlled ¬
mitted Jnlled to Fncui FncuiTscaloosa Faculty FacultyTuscaloosa
Tuscaloosa Tscaloosa Ala Dec 10 toAn An uprising uprisingwhich uprisingwhich uprIsin uprIsinhich
which w hich threatened serious results resuls Is be beIng beg ¬
i ing Ing lu g Investigated Inve5th lled at the University Univerity of Ala Alabama Alabama ¬
bama bama b arns None of those accused of com complicity complciy ¬
I plicity plciy pl icity has been ben placed plaCe under arrest al although although ¬
i though th ough all confined
al are confned to their quarters quartersduring quartersduring
t during d uring the sitting itng of the court of Inquiry
Friday Frday morning about abut 130 1 oclock dls dlsorder ds dsordtr I
order ordtr o < rder was w begun beSn Jn the barracks and andCommandant andCommandat an l
Commandant Commandat C < ommandant West after ater making makln an ef effort etfort ci ¬
j fort fo rt to quell queJ tho disturbance called cled for forTfeslcfent to or orfesldent r
T Tfeslcfent P fesldent Powers The stairways stairays to the thedormitory thedormior th
dormitory dormior d < had been bei beeirtibstructed obstructed with wih barb barbed barbed hartwire ¬
ed < wire and It
was impossible for any anyone an anone
one < o oo ne to ascend President Powers called calledon cled cledon calie l
on o < n the t10 boys to be quiet and the disorder disordersoon disordersoon r
f soon so on ceased There Tere was shooting shoalng of fire firearms fre frears ¬
arms ars a rms fireworks freworlg and cannon crackers crackersCoal crckerg crckergCoal
Coal C oal was thrown thrwn down the steps stes and It ItIs I i
Is reported rered at some of the officers ofcers of the theschool tbe5chooJ Lb C
J school schoolFriday 5chooJ sc hool
Friday Frday morning moring a court cort of Inquiry Inquir was wascalled wascle wa waI S
called cle c but being belns unable to secure any tes testimony testmony I ¬
timony tmony ti mony from fron rota the students referred the thewhole thewhole th C
whole w hole matter mater to the faculty facultyAt tacul1
At the faculty faulty meeting meetng the students studentspresented student s
J presented lresente p resented a petition ptton in which they dix disclaimed dlsclahned I ¬
J claimed cl aimed discourtesy discoresy toward the thl president presidentin it
in it t the demonstration deonstraton Friday morning moring and andasked andaked an d
asked aked a for relief relet from rota the call cl of tattoo tattooat tatoo tatooat tatto tattot 0
l at a t 930 93 every ever morning and tour walking walkln walklnIn g gthe
J in the afternoon CterooD which they claim to bo boa beatoTture b 0
l a atoTture atoTtureTey torture tortureThey
They Tey further desire corps drill drU to be beonly b b bif 0
only o nly three hours per week instead of ofthree orthrEe C Chree if
three t and it a half hal to four hours as the thecatalogue thecataloge Hi e
J catalogue cataloge c calls cals for and also regular even evenIngs eyenIngs C
Ings in gs of drill drU They Tey further further state stte that tat everIi all allwent aUwent a Ii
went v ent into the demonstration demonstraton with wih duu duuforethought tUl It It
forethought f The students student claim tliat tliattho the at attho tt
tho t he climax clmax of their hardships was reach reached reached 1 ¬
ed e d with the practice prcie of putting puttng men on the thequadrangle thequadmnle tli tliuadrangle IC
quadrangle q for visiting vJiUng and other petty pettyoffenses pety petyotenses pett y
offenses offensesYesterday otenses otensesYesterday O ffCI5S1lS ffCI5S1lSYesterday
Yesterday the students refused to as assemble assemble ax axembie ¬
semble s at the military mltay calls and this pol policy polIcy po ¬
j icy Ic y has ha been pursued purue today tOoay All J1 military mitar mllitar y
d is
duty uty disregarded disregardedWILL dlsregarje dlsregarjeWilL
j Five F ive of ortlc oftiuc the Fifteen Fleen Originally OridnnlT Named Nned Ite ItesIcnThelr neIhmTher Re
sIcnThelr IhmTher llncel 1lnce to lie le Filled FilledNew Flld FlldKew
New York Dec 10 lOThe The committee commitee of offifteen otffeen C If
fifteen ffeen fi fteen appointed appinte by the Chamber Chamtr of Com Commerco Commere Cornerco 1
mere m erco to wage war against aganst vice in this thiscity thisciy tIn i
city ciy c ity held a a a meeting meetng today There were wereten werolen wet o
j ten t en men present at the meeting meetn which whichlasted whichlasted whic h
lasted l only about abut an hour The following followingmembers folowing folowingmmbers foliowin foliowinembers ig
members mmbers m embers declined declne for various arous reasons to toserve t I o
serve s ere erve on the committee cmmitee James Jaes C C Car Carter Cr Crter Ca r ¬
tW ter t er Frederick Feerc D Tappen Tappn Alfred Alred T TWhite TWle L
White Wle W hite Robert W De D Forest and al Adrian AdrianIselin Aria i iselin
Iselin IselinMr Iseln IselnIr I selin
Mr Ir Carter Crter sent a a letter leter to Charles CharlesStewart Carles CarlesStewar is
Stewart Stewar S tewart Smith in which he pleaded lcded 111 111health I I il
health helh h hM ealth cs the cause cuse of his resignation resignationMr reigton 11
Mr M r Tappen Tappn resigned on account of ab absence absence al alence i ¬
sence s ence from the city cl Mr 3r White Whie and ad Mr MrDe MrDe M r ro
De D o Forest oregt are both bt members membr of the tene tenement tenemevl i ¬
ment m eut house hou commission cmIssion and ad as a such uch say saythey saythey so y
they th ey are to busy to serve fero on the com committee commlteo 1 ¬
mittee mlteo a of fifteen ffteen Mr Ir IscHn eUn resigns refgs on onaccount onacut a a
account acut a of previous engagements engaiement8 the thenature thenature tt ttature Sc
nature n of which he does dos not state stat Mr N lrl r t tCharles
Charles Charle C harles Stewart Stewrt Smith vho iho ho attended the themeeting tbemeetns tt Se I
meeting meetns m eeting accepted acepted the rtgatons resignations and an id I I8t1
8t1 teps were taken to t nil fl their teir places plaes The Thenames Thenamesot Ti 10
names namesot n ames of five fve gentlemen gentemen were selected selecte selectend
a nd a a subcommittee sutommltW of two was selected selectedto selecte elccte tci
to t o wait upon upn them and ask them to t serve Iere Iereon ccii cciithe e
the te committee cmmlt e The Th names of the men re 5 ¬
ber ars appointed appointe on the committee cmmitee as well we II
s tie ti names name of the gentlemen gentemen who wol weIll will wJ wi wie Ill
e asked aake to t serve sr in the place of those thoscwh thou
who wh w io resisted resige were kept secret secrel secrelSNAKE
JaBI angs of Florida Florldl Hauler nuler Had Uaa Not Been BeenKe BenlemQTcd Dec a
Ke lemQTcd itcesared mured an Al Guaranteed OnnrantredFort GAnrq t ed edFor
Fort For Valley Ga Ga Dec Dee 10 1Eward 1EwardSwao iEdwa Edward EdwardSwanson rd rdwanson
Swanson Swao S wanson of Emond Hammond Ind Ind advertised avertsd avertsda advertise ed j
s a snake charmr and eater while whilehlbltlng
a a sn char fad whie e x xhiUn xinbiUng
hlbltlng hiUn here Saturday Stury was wa bitten by a ahuga
uge rattler ratler with wlt seventeen sventeen rattle ratte and anddIt at ud udied
dIt ied yesterday yeterday t i iThe t tTe
The Te m snake snke had ha been ben recently renty received recelv tel t tfrom
rom Florida Florda and it was guaranteed arntee that thatits tbatIta Ui at atts
its i ts fangs fang were out out but this thl was a mis ml mltae 5 ¬
tae By public pubU subscription subspton a a coffin cotn was wasIccre w as
Iccre and the te remains remna were interred intered interr ed
here today tooar His mother Mm 3m In Nellie Nole NoleSwann Nell lie
Swann reside at Hammond Ind In The Th Thyoun I he
youn ale man ma was wa twentythree years yers oil ot j jPowdered i iale
Powdered r dtrd Clan ma Glass for IJIoodbonadi or orfllsodhesuddaI 118041
da daI to t TS The WMhlnftoa Wllc Pat PL PLSufolk PostSuffolk
Suffolk Sufolk Va Ya Dee Dee 10D 10Deputy puty Sheriff Shert Sher 1ff
Robrt E E Norfleet Nreet oriieet has discovered dlcverC a a plot plottt p1 ot otf
tt f three thr Jail Jai Inmates Jim im Murray A A A Aohn
ohn Brown and Walter Davis to kill kl k ill
wo bloodhounds bloobound which at night guard guardtho gua id
h prison prsn and which frustrated ntrted tno tn Ian tn tnutempt Ia Iattempt at
at jail jai delivery delver The he men had ha h Id
pwdere some glass which they meant ment rues at ata
1 o give the t bloodhound blodhoUd1n la leftover lelover din d dl a
I Senator Se nator Prye Fre Makes Formal FormalStatement FormalStatenlent FormalStatenient
Statement to the Senate SenatePAYING SenatePA SenateVING
The Th e Hnrrnnnccfoio IBrronnccroto Trent Treaty Again ACIIB Under UnderDlscanslon UndtrIls UnderIsculon
Dlscanslon Ils I Aulln In Secret Session Eight KlchtDemocratic Ehh Eightenioeratie
Democratic IcnoctaUe I Vote Voles ole Secured 10 oV lld < I tolho tolhoRepublican lolhoUepublca to Iiio Iiiotepuubilcas
Republican Uepublca l Strength Slrtfll StrengthMr 31r FrreStiya Frre Say ti tin tbeClnjrtonUuhvcr tinlaytonfluiwer ho hoClartonUuhvcr
ClnjrtonUuhvcr C Treaty Trel 10 I Mill llln la Force ForceSenator Foree Forceenator
Senator S enator Chandler Itoinarks ItoinarksSecretary UORarksSecrtr liounarksecretary
Secretary Secrtr S ecretary of State Hay will wi not resign resignhis resig resigns
his hi hito s portfolio prlfolo even if tha tho HayPaunce HayPauncefote layFaunce layFauncefote IlayPauncete
fote to te treaty trety is amended amende by the Senate SenateThis Senatofh Senateis
This Th Thth fh is announcement announcement was wa formally toraily made to totho totho toe
tho th e Senate Snato in secret seret action llon yesterday yestoray af afternoon afteron afrnoon ¬
ternoon teron te rnoon by Senator Frye Fe Tho statement statementcoupled st statementupled temcnt temcntcoupled
coupled co upled with wIh tho positive positve assurance assurancewhich asuranQ asuranQwhih assurancehich
which whih w hich however has not not yet been bon openly openlymade op opedlyade ly lyrle
made rle m ade known knownthat that Lord Lr Balfour Balour promlsoa promlsoathat promlsO promisociat
that th at Great Britain Brtln will w1 not refuse rfCuo to ac accept accept anpt ¬
cept ce pt the proposed propse amendment amendment clears clers th thway the theway thay
way w ay for the anticipated anticipate action acton of the Son Senate Sonate Sone ¬
ate at atha e There Tere is now no doubt as Tho Th ho Poat Poathas poatha Posts
has ha ha s confidently cnfdenty asserted asterte that the treaty treatywill treatywi treatyll
will wi wi ll be 0 amended aended and Its It I ratification ratfCton after afteramendment ator atoramendmenl aftermendment
amendment a is also
expected expectedThe expcted expctedTbe expectedThe
The announcement that Secretary Secrtar Hay Haywould Haywould Hayould
would w ould not resign relb was made necessary nec0sar by bytho bytho bye
tho th e constant cnstanl repetition repetton of the rumors rmors that thathe thathe thatwould
he would resent any an change in the treaty treatyby trb trbby treatythe
by the Senate Senate The scene which whch followed followedSenator folowed folowedSenator followednator
Senator Se nator Fryes Fes brief bref speech speh was S rather ratheramusing rter rteramuing rathermusing
amusing amuing a Senator Sentor Chandler who has re returned raturaed rorned ¬
turned tu rned to the city cty from rota New ew Hampshire Hampshireasked Hampshireasked hampshireked
asked as ked Mr Ir Fryo Fe to make the announce announcement announcoment announceent ¬
ment nn nnC ent public pUble When Mr Frye re declined delned Mr MrChandler MrCbandler Mrhandler
Chandler C expressed the deepest deepst regret regretthat rtgret rtgretthat regretat
that th at a statement sttement of such Iuch importance importanceshould Importancoshould importanceould
should sh ould have been ben mado in executive exeutve ses session seson es esslon ¬
sion si on This is a a a matter maUEr for all al the world worldto worldto worldknow
to know he said sid and ad yet the knowl knowledge knowledge knowlge ¬
edge ed ge of it wi will be confined cned to t the to small smallhandful smal smallandful
handful h of Senators Senator now noW in the cham chamber cam cambr chamr ¬
ber br be r For several minutes mnutoq moro Mr MrChandler MrChandler Mrhandler
Ca Chandler C talked talke in this ti Is sarcastic sarcastc strain strainand 8trln 8trlnand strainnd
and a nd then sat down smiling smilingA sming smingA
A as few moments later Senator Teller be began b ben ¬
gan gn gu guof n to address addrss the Senate 6 mnte on the subject subjectof sUbjCt sUbjCtot subjectthe
of ofhi the treaty Again ogaln Mr Chandler was on onhis onhis ons
him his hi hio s fet feet It I occurs to me to ask he re remarked remarked toarked ¬
marked m arked how It happens bappM that such copi copious copious copius ¬
ous o us and accurate acurato reports reprts of the speeches speechesof 5peect
of o f the Senator from trm rota Colorado in n execu executive exe execuve ¬
tip tive tve ti ve session sesion find fnd their way wy Into Ute public publicprints publc publicrints
prints prlnl p rints With Wlb grim gim humor huor Mr r Chandler Chandlercalled Candler Candlercaned Chandlerlled
called ca care lled special specIa attention atenton to some lengthy lengthyreports lenJthy lenJthyreports lengthyports
reports re ports of Mr Ir Tellers remarks In secret secretsession secretsession secretssion
session se sea ssion Mr r Teller at once Indignantly Indignantlyasserted Indlgn indignantlysserted
asserted a that he was not responsible for forthe fore
the th e reports and denied specifically that he hehad head
had h ad ever made publlq any executive set session seton ¬
sion si on secrets Mr Chandlers thrust how however howver
ever e sie siso ver plainly disturbed him and it was waasome wasme
some so son me time before ho could proceed in innormal Inormal
normal n manner with his speech speechNo speechNo
No Chance in the Situation SituationThere tltuuatiotiThere
There was no apparent change In the thasituation thetuation
situation si tuation regarding the treaty yesterday yesterdaySenator yesterdayenator
Senator S enator Lodge who has the matter In Incharge inharge
charge c Is still confident that a majority majorityof
of o f the Senate will favor the Davis amend amendment amendeat ¬
ment m eat allowing the United States to de defend dend ¬
fend fe nd the canal when the question comes comesto comeso
to t o a a vote at 3 oclock on Thursday after afternoon afteroon ¬
noon n oon It is also expected that the vote on onthe onhe
the t he ratification of the treaty wlll follow followshortly followhortly
shortly s after the vote on the amendment amendmentThe amendmentThe
The treaty will certainly be ratified If Iftho Itho
tho t ho Republican Senators stand solidly by bythe byhe
the t he document There are now fifty Re Republicans Reublicans ¬
publicans p ublicans two having been lost in the thodeath theeath
death d eath of Senator Davis and the defection defectionof
of o f Senator Wellington and It will require requirefiftyeight requireftyeight
fiftyeight fi votes to ratify The necessary necessaryadditonal necessarydditonal
additonal a eight votes will bo secured from fromSenators toni tonienators
Senators S enators Morgan Pettus Bacon Clay ClayDaniel Clayaniel
Daniel D aniel Martin Lindsay and McLaurln McLaurlnall
all a ll Democrats It is possible that thero therowill theroill
will w ill be other Democrats to vote for or the theamended themended
amended a treaty so that If the treaty is isnot Isot
not n ot ratified it will bo because Repub Republicans Repubcans ¬
licans li cans decline to indorse it From the thepresent theresent
present p resent outlook the Republican side will willvote wiltote
vote v ote solidly assuring favorable action actionThe actionThe
The speeches deliverd in executive sos session sosian ¬
sion s ian yesterday did not contain any sur surprises surnises ¬
prises p nises Senator Morgan reasserted his hiswillingness hisillingness
willingness w to vote for the treaty ev even n If Ifamended Ifmended
amended a although he does not regard an anamendment anmendment
amendment a as necessary Senator Teller Tellerrestated Tallerestated
restated r his poslton In favor of complete complotondependence
Independence I of Great Britain Senator
Stewart S tewart who Is proving his conversion to
the t he administration by his good works workseclared
declared d his support of the treaty with without withut ¬
out o ut amendment and Senator Money an announced anounced ¬
nounced n that ho would support neither neitheramendment
amendment a nor treaty treatySenator treatye
e Senator fiIouiey 1Ioneyn Speech SpeechMr SpeedsMoney
Mr Money sold lie wanted the canal canaluilt
built b uilt ns much as any Senator could but hute
he h e considered the pending treaty loss than thanan thann
an a n Insult to the intelligence of the Amer Amerean ¬
ican l ean people Ho had no doubt that if ifproper ifroper
pI proper p diplomatic efforts should bo mado madot
it I t would be possible to secure the complete completeabrogation
abrogation a of the th ClaytonBulwer treaty treatyand treatynd
and a nd that was what he wanted Ho did didnot didot
not n ot indeed believe the people of this thiscountry thisountry
country c would bo satisfied so long as any anyvestige anyestIge
vestige v of that Instrument remained remainedamong remainedmong
among a mong existing international obligations obligationsTho
Tho T he convention ho said is contrary to
the t he wishes of the people of the United UnitedStates Unitedtates
States S tates and they could be satisfied only by byefinitely
definitely d erasing it once and forever foreverThere foreverhere
There T here also should bo new conventions ba beween
fween ween the United States and Nicaragua Nicaraguaand Nicaraguand
and a nd Costa Rica giving absolute control controlof controlf
of o f the waterway to this country H Hwanted He Heasted
wanted w asted no partnerships with any country countryn
In i n ownership or management of the canal canalwhen canalwhen
when built builtSenator bulitSenator
Senator Morgan took issue with Senator SenatorTeller Senatoreller
Teller T eller as to the purport of the first cluuae cluuaeof cIauef
of o f that treaty claiming that it applied appliedonly appliednly
only o nly to Great Britains right to fortify fortifythe
the t he Nicaragua canal itself Senator Toiler Toilerreplied rollerreplied
replied at some length asserting that the thoprovision therovision
provision p rovision was of more general import a ae
he h e said any one could ascertain for aim nlmsef aimCt
sef S Ct by reading President Buchanansviews Buchanans
views v Iews upon the subject when he was Min Mittater ¬
ister l to England The declaration than thanmade thenmade
made showed plainly he Mild that thatand Eng ¬
land l had attempted to extend her right righteyond
beyond b the immediate vicinity of the theal OR ORnal
nal n al Mr Teller then proceeded to again againelaborate
elaborate e the views upon the general sub sebect ¬
j ject ect repeating his de detaratlon < arttkm tbo tt t tUnited
United States should construct the canal canalif case casef
if I f at alL regardless of the English poif poiftion pa paion
tion t ion and without going through th the fort torFrjc fortnalfty
a ta nalfty of ratifying the pending troaty troatyFro
Fro rtara Old Treaty N 1 in Force ForceMr ForceMr
Mr Fryo announced himself as favora favorable avora avorait ¬
ble b it to the HayPauncefote treaty He Mid Midthat saidhat
that t hat deny the effect of the ClaytonBui ClaytonBuiw ClaytonButtreaty
w r treaty a as much as wo may it stilt is ison Isn
on o n the International records of this coun country cewnand ¬
try and la given moro or less recognition rocoffRiUeRby
by b y every administration that has to 1 deal dealwith dealwith
with the question of the tb construction of ofan ofn
an a n isthmian canal It had ben a sog sogtant ou outant
s tant gourde of vexation in connection connectionwith connectionwith
with the canal subject and he apprrtaned apprrtan appreen4d
ed e d that it would continue to be such unfl unflthat unitihat
that t hat portion of It relating to the canq canqshould
should I p be disposed of He was satisfied satisfiedfor satlalledor
for f or Instance that the canal usa would have havebeen haveconstructed
been constructed during the admlaiatra admlaiatration administraion
tion t ion of President Arthur If the old negoti negotiation nogotitioa ¬
ation a ta tioa had not been in exixtenee exixtenee1renldeut 0 0lresideut
1renldeut Open en Jixpoelllon JixpoelllonThe llxponitlonThe
The President dined last evening with withJustice withustice
Justice J Harlan of the Supreme Court Courtand Cturtand
and after hi his return to the White WhIt House Househe Househo
he touched the button which formally formallyopened torseaflypened
opened o the Territorial exposition afj afj1henix n nimuenlx
1henix Ariz ArizIn rir rirIn
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