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tt 11M < a Mmter br of o the Us eHteows of o that thatbay Bte Bteha 4te 4teaW
ha bay bm denied aW tb the rtgtot to vote Mr MrI Mrv1tcba Ir
I rttckf4 v1tcba in dtecoMteg 4 a th the m IMtter tlr with withMfmomiUtlT wlUstal1 witha
a MfmomiUtlT Nprs ntaLtv tal1 of C TlM Tb Pmt yeMen1tf yeMid yeMidhhi4 > e Urflay UrflayBe4
4 Be4 Attention tJoa to the fact that Rejrfc Rejrfctf ReJlltft fltMve
tf ft41v Mve ft CruwtMCker rtltM upon pm jwctlon jwctlont ctton cttonot
t ot tlw t ftwrtenth amendment which whichItoa wblek19t whichIwiI
IwiI 19t Ole iJhlcttoa ot cCii r rtea
ii tea WJM wIn U oe right to vet wt4 Is i dented edor edora or orhi
hi ay a way 7 aWMtod extent for C iwrtki iwrtkimtfcm JhU1Jdlit Ttk Ttkdos
mtfcm dos la rebellion or any other er crime crimeTkhi crtwaertdII erimorhM
Tkhi Motion ton MM Senator PrtttSwiU PrtttSwiUact PriUMldaot Prftcmid4oi
4oi act r undertake 1Iad rtake to confer co fer open Con ConftTCM Conlie Conn
ftTCM n lie th attUMMlty borIC U act vntil it liait liaitappear hflIsr 11 11br
appear byaecertalnweat br b accrtaiSSt rtattalMAt la I aa rlttdal rlttdalMMHUMT chttcIsnor 1
MMHUMT snor that a a number of our cttlzenc cttlzenchar dtlzencseaW cttlzenov
har v keen denied the right bt to toYGte vote This Tbtatea Thl ThlJIOt ThisMs
tea MK a been tfone and MO ItpeR H the face of ofw oCeteeu ofehscUba
w ttoettoii return It doe does not arp apr arpeerIMt aprthat ar arteat
teat a snttcient dent number n r of our etttoena etttoenahave dttnsJj eitInMhve
have tocii Jj denied dled the right to vot vote 0 Ju JuiKr J J1ICJ iiilmr
iKr tho whotoMle whoks reduction which ta pro proPMW4 lO lOXI O Ob
PMW4 hr b Mr CrumiMwkera Ml MlHn bUt IMUUn bUtLini
Hn Varunl Doiiiucrnfte LenderIf Lender lcRderllC 1rnderif
If f th the amendment to the Nortk Caro CaroUna Carooettt CaroInt
Una oettt outItthon UUHfott hMld h U be deeltWetI < te Ji > ed cn cnHtttwifrjMl cenI conwItwdjaaL
HtttwifrjMl I and 1Ii iMHHMUy hetteetl onforeed aH cot colrod eolvote cotold
old rod voter vote who 00 conW e kl read and write writewould writewiiM rite riteM
would be entitled tltled to vote 08 which would en enable cnat enabie ¬
able at least 4W 00 UO > 00 of c the colored race to totfjMreftM totat tooiWrdIO
tfjMreftM the th elective franchise The bill billprovhte bUlJtNYtf bUtroWon
provhte roWon that or representation repre ntaUon altalfbe altalfbeywtootid IiIaUbeId haI1bo4os1
ywtootid 4os1 Id to Mr 6 members ard ft In hU bl re reaped rt rtJIPfCl rosport ¬
aped manifestly ItUy unjust I have repwiled repwiledIjr re Mtecl MteclJ
Ijr J warned the leader of the Democratic Democraticparty pmocrulert mocraite mocraitepsrtT
party rt that we w might expect logMation of ofthta ort ofthis
this t character if they persisted lJtr bted ht oery oeryHijf oe0ji
Hijf i to 0 our people JMOP the rights to which they theyare tileynre theyare
are twltlfrd t tOed under the Constitution of tho thoUnited th thUfMd thUftt
United UfttThts State StateThta State StateThla
Thta bill la I aim aao In the nature of a aOMfeMkMi aN1Oft
OMfeMkMi N1Oft 0 that the government of the theUnited theV thetaitsit
United V State Scat doe d c not pos posacos wi aufllclent aufllclentItower lufI1clentWtr sutflctentiwer
Itower Wtr to protect plOt t Its citizens In the th en enjoyment ent enSsimt ¬
joyment t of thetr constitutional C rights rightsand rlghuftnd rightsand
and to a practical Indorsement of the con conduct conduct conuct ¬
duct uct of those who seek to nullify the Itt fifteenth nch Ittwth ¬
teenth wth h amendment amendmentThere a mnendnientTheri eadment eadmentTIwrlt
There is I a revolution of public senti sentiment aontlnteItt nontirnnt ¬
ment ta progress In North orth Carolina and andI nndI andr
I r am a aa a1ttaed tinned that Republicanism has h ha fla flaftrrMfr a afirmer alirrnvr
firmer fcothhoW in that State today toduytitan to todaytiMil dl1v dl1vth
titan th at 4t any time since 1S72 l I7 The Repub Republlenns Uellub UellubU ReimblIn
llenns U lIn are ready and anxious to join hands handswjth hantIswjfh handswith
with all pr persons rllOn on who are Interested in the theindustrial the2ndUtltr1al theindustrial
industrial welfare of our State During Duringtbto Duringtl Duringts
tbto tl administration admlnlstra tlon every branch of indus industry Industl industry ¬
try In that flection cUon has prospered Immeas Immeasurably ImmeasunthlY immeasurablv ¬
urably unthlY and I believe that a great major majority maJorIt majorIty ¬
ity It oi of o our people are willing to vote oln for tOtconUnuancQor a acontinuance acontlnuance
continuance conUnuancQor of existing conditions conditionsNot condllonwNOI condilonsNot
Not nn Kqnllnblu dlenitiirc JIt dlenitiircI Rr Rrrdo
lT I rdo do jidt ot wish to be understood uml ratood as tak taking tlicIng takIng ¬
ing the position that the Republican party partyought part partoutt partyought
ought to tamely submit to the wrongs wrongsthat wrongsthAt wrongsthat
that are perpetrated in the South in the thename theDaffle thename
name of white hlte supremacy but at the Jhesame themt he heaems
same mt time I must insist that any an measure measurewhich measurewbleh znsurewhich
which has Jutstor for its object o JtOt tho suppression of ofelection o o1tKtlOft ofelection
election outrages should be fair anft anfteqtHtabie anlteftttttable an aneutabie
eqtHtabie In its provisions The majority majorityof
of the th people of the State of North Caro Carolina CarJltna Car3Ilna ¬
lina are conservative and patriotic and I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have an abiding faith In their honesty hone ty ot ofpurpose otputJIbH otpurin
purpose purin believing as I do that the day Is Isjn s snot snot
jn not > t far ar distant t11 nt when btn ballotbox 1 stuffcrs stuffcrsand stutc stuffcriand rs rsRnll
and their alders and abettors will be becondemned becoademned becondemned
condemned by an overwhelming majority majorityof
of tbs voter ot1 of that State In other otherword otherwordi otherwoNI
word the good people of North Carolina Carolinaoatchl CnrollnaOl1l1l1t Carolinaonnht
oatchl not ot to suffer in consequence jf jfthe Jftt jfthe
the tt unwise conduct of those whose sole soleobject soleo1joet soleobject
object is I to control the oiilces In utter dis disregard tIlsrenl d1 d1regard ¬
regard of the wishes of a majority of our ourpeople ourlH our1oiIe
people lH OJI
llonrlncH on the he Artnr Hill HillIn 11111In
In connection with Its consideration of ofthe o othe ofthe
the army arm reorganization bill the Senate SenateCommittee SenatCommittee SenateCommittee
Committee on Military Affairs Wednesday WednesdayUntested oednesdayItiuted ednesdaylned
Untested to an argument by b AdJ AI1J Gen GenCorbin GenCorbin GenCorbin
Corbin for the continuation of the pres present present present ¬
ent canteen system In the army The Thecommittee TilCcommittee Tecommittee
committee has taken no formal vote on ontho onthe
tho subject but ut there has been more or orTens orTtjM orTess
Tens exchange of opinion among mem memben membell mornhors I
ben the result rE au1t of which has been favor favorable favornlth favoralle ¬
able to the th retention of the present sys system system systern ¬
tem and tho th elimination of the House can canteen cantCbA canteen ¬
teen provision lIrovtl on The committee expects ta taconclude tlconclude toconclude
conclude its hearings on the bill today todayThursdays todayfhllrs todayThursdays
Thursdays fhllrs ays Proceedings ProceedingsThe rrocec iugs iugsThe
The Grout oleomargarlna < bill passed passedby pnssel1b passedby
by b the house was laid before the Senate SenateThursday Senate1hunMIaY SenateThursIay
Thursday and Mr Ir Frye the President Presidentpro PrC Presidentplo ll1ent ll1entpro
pro tempore announced that he felt feltobliged teltablhod feltobliged
obliged in view Iew of previous action tlon of the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate on a similar measure to refer the thebill thebill thebill
bill to the Committee on Agriculture Mr MrAldrich MrAldrich MrAklrleh
Aldrich chairman of the Committee on onFinance onFJnance onFinance
Finance said he would offer no objection objectionto
to that reference referenceThe reterenceThe referenceThe
The reference made by tho President Presidentprecipitated Presidentpreetpltated Presidentprecipitated
precipitated a lively discussion Mr Ir Vest Vestof VestM Vestof
of Missouri a member of the Finance FinanceCommittee FlnanceCommittee FinanceCommittee
Committee contended vigorously tgorousl that the thebill thebm thebill
bill being to his mind a revenue revenu measure measureought mensureo measureought
o ought < ht to be referred reC rred to the Committee on onllmnce onhMulce on11nence
llmnce hMulce He declared that It the bill was wasan wns8n wast411
an honest hon t measure it was a revenue bill billand billaIM billand
and If 1t were a dishonest measure It was wasn wastin wasart
tin art n effort to use the taxing power of the thegovernment thegovernmont thegovernment
government aa a police regulation regulationMr
Mr Ir Proctor of Vermont moved that thatthe tblltthe thattire
the bill be referred to the Committee on onAgriculture onAarlcultlre onAgriculture
Agriculture The question was discussed discussedbriefly dlsculffiedbrlo discussedbriefly
briefly brlo y by Mr Ir Kyle of South Dakota Dakotalr DakotaStewart
lr Stewart Mr Spooner Mr Ir Allison Allisonand Allisontoo Allisonsod
and Mr lr Money tho last named declaring declaringihat declaringthat
that lIt the Grout bill was a measure the theIKimary thetrJmar thelrimarY
IKimary trJmar object obJ ct of which was to tax one oneindustry one1ftdutJtry oneIndustry
industry for tho bnetitoC benefit of another anotherThe anotherJhe anotherThe
The motion to refer tho bill to the Com CominiUee Commlt Cornznilee
iniUee mlt ee on Agriculture was 11 agreed to toItoutinn toHoulilin toltoutinr
Itoutinn Huiters In tlic tb Semite SemiteSenator Scenicenator CIIRC CIIRCt
t Senator nlltor Towne was Thursday appointed appointedOn appointedou
On ou n the committees of the District of Co ColumWa CoJ Cehimt4Gok1eal
lumWa J himt4Gok1eal mwaGlolngiUI Geological Survey Surve Indian Affairs AffairsRIMMM AtralnaIMIII Aairs1aos
RIMMM 1aos and Mining Pacltlc Islands Terri Territortea Terrlim1etl Torntories
tories and Railroads RailroadsBill ltallroadiBUbI ItaiiroadsBills
Bill Bills were r passed by the Senate yester yesterday yesterday estcr estcrt1ay ¬
day authorizing Ethelbm Watts United UnltodBtatH UnitedStates UnitedStates
States consul at Kingston Jamaica to totteepi toeept toIkept
tteepi a decoration d r Uon from the Khedive Khetjtvoof Khetjtvoofypt betllv6 of of9feypt oflJtmpt
9feypt ypt also IIM authorizing George W Hill of ofThe of1he ofVita
The Department of Agriculture to accept acceptdecoration uoce uocetII > t tudecoratlon
decoration II from roPl the French Republic Republic4lUndc RepublicI Repjzblic51j3nkr
4lUndc I J1ndr > r H special order the Senate de deoted deyoted
Voted oted thirty minutes to the tit consideration considerationortynve conli101trtltioll1Inobjected consiileration1f
1f 1Inobjected pension b4IIs UhJ on the cal calar catMdsr
Mdsr ar Portyft Forlyflve ortynve Mils were passed passedA passedJJ It ed edI1k
A I1k
JJ Fridays Proceedings Proceedingspho
at pho h Houae Friday Frwdjounted adjourned without withoutInnsjay withouttJ1i withouttmimia
tJ1i Innsjay of more than half the war reve revent rtven ruvenue
nt n nue ructIon bill General debate closed closedat clHdat closedat
at I oclock elock alter which the bill was wasto w wto wasIbd
Ibd to amendment am dtMnt under th the flv flvwtmtie Ihte IWo IWosilnule
wtmtie te rule A determined effort was wasmsd wuJIUI wasniedo
JIUI niedo msd < to reduce still tl tLl I further the th tax on onbtor onMor onbiw
btor bet t the it Ways and M Means ans Committee Committeewrerwholmed CommitteecwMlIlHMl Committeeorsrwhhnd
wrerwholmed cwMlIlHMl the th opposition Originally Originallythe OrllnallUlotAx originallyIbo
the UlotAx lax had been itxed in the bill at J2 5 per perharral perral perhsrral
harral ral with ith a rebate of 91 per cent This ThisWM ThIsN Thiswag
WM chanted eM by u tat e committee to J160 J160tlat I Istat 1slat
stat Mr tr Newlanda of Nevada evada offered offeredMI otcfredUMtIdlllnt offeredlnondlment
MI amendment to reduce red it to JL38 l3i L and andXr udr andtr
Xr tr r Wartholdt of Missouri to J1JO 110 but butMoth butNUt butboth
Moth proposition were badly b ly beaten beatenThe beatMTh bostonThe
The committee however sustained two tworicnal twoNul twosignal
signal defeats In connection co neetloft with the theUser theteer
User 1 er lax tax Mr fr Payne I at offered an amend amendment nmondt amendzINt ¬
ment t la the lancuage of o the Mil passed 11001q pssseilIy passedwjr
wjr the tb House last session o son slon deafened to toabatlsh toUte toobiStok
abatlsh U Ute Us use of sMall 11 beer p pifckakM pifckakMaxlh pekakosextk ekakes ekakesme
axlh me extk steth and ono OMOottbhth etKhth barreftbat it itwa Itdetted Itu
wa u defeated by 3 to 1 after tUttI cnarges cnargesthat Cftatf Cftatftt charges chargesthat
that ts t purpose purpo JVM J vs to crush out the thesmall UteU thenail
small nail U brewers brewersTha brewers1w wen wenMae
Mae 1w newlyelectod IyMcttd oommlwiontr from t fromPw m mJtcItD
110110 Ito Mr Ir F Degetau made his liisappoarance hlilruee hissrjre
appoarance ruee at UM Capitol Frbla Frldlll Frh1ar for forUw toru fort
Uw t Ant At Urn taMe and was U eonliklly eardln welcomtl welcomtlby welC6mt1Ioaatoll weleorntih
by h Senators oitors and Rej Rfltr Reprssntativor > r ntatlvo3 ntaU lie te te9t JIet iss
9t s fine In personal appearance Wr and Ills dark darkfeatare darktMllnll darktettprs
featare Indicate 1 MR Spanish oxtraetlon oxtraetlonlr ext otlon otlonDtsflul
> lr t Dtsflul D etea 4au was a d dtluate ltgat to the Span Spaafah Spant Spanliii
t fah Oortes and mm W4 hitis pt much time at atilMrM atIII atwrid
ilMrM IW In talking with members of Con Coni Con1ft Conhe
i HH h 1ft WMIMNI QtlHfactJon IICltlltllCtlont at t the thew theW thewrii
wrii w rni 11 greeting grt1n given alv Iven him by the President Pr aldent
other officials and with the s generol generolspIrit n tJ rI
spirit of friendrineas triendflr shown toward the thentland thed theisland I
island d he represents representsThe representsThe I
The TJt Porto Rican people p plc ho said want wantto wantto wantto 1 I
to become eme < Americana in the th full ul1 sense ad adBItt adfait A Aof
fait BItt a poMIbI and they a aso lo hope theIr theIrr theirrepresentative
r representative atatle will be aeeerded the rank rankor rankof
of delegate for as commissioner the al aland leadJ leadJand teland ¬ I
and ban I loss u representation than it had hadunder h hlIQder hadunder
under Spain In Mr lr Degetau spoke in high highterms blaht highterms
t terms rma of Gov Allen and of the good ad adralntotratkm admlntratlon adminIstration
minIstration of Secretary Hunt and Com Commtenteoer CotnmlMolMr Cornmissioner
missioner of Education Brumoausb In InPvrto Inrto inPerto
Pvrto rto Rko RkoLater ftkoLater Itie ItieLater
Later the commissioner will confer with withChairman wltbCHalrr withChairman
Chairman an Cooper of the Insular In ulnr Commit Committee Committ Committoe ¬
tee t a II to legislation desired by Porto PortoRico portoRioo PorteRise
Rico This includes a claim of 2I9 II 15 < X of ofPorto 0 0Iert ofPorto
Porto Rico against the treasury of Cuba Cubato CUbAto Cubsto
to make good drafts which Cuba ba is said aaldto saidto W Wto
to have ha made on the Porto mean tress treasery treuer tresstry
try during a period of about twenty years yearsunder yearsund 1 1undtr
under und r the theSpmlllb Spanlwb rogimoSaturdays regime reglmoatur regimesaturdays >
Saturdays saturdaysThe atur ajJs Proceedings ProceedingsThe
The House Saturday passed the war warrevenue WitIreoaue warrevenue
revenue reduction bill The opposition oppositionsought opposItionMUgkt oppositionsought
sought to recommit the bill wth instrtic instrtictlona hstICUoM instruetlon
tlona tlon to report back a measure reducing reducingthe reduelngthe reducingthe
the revenue at least lea t ffeOGdOtt OOVI > and Includ Including IncludlAg includlag ¬
lAg a prolslon lOn for an Income tax so BOdrawn sodrawn sodrawn
drawn a as 8 to escape an adverse 2ectsion 2ectsionof ecedonof
of the Supreme Court The motion failed failedin tailedIII
in to IK l Thereupon the bill was pass passed pused peased ¬
ed without the concurrence of the minor minority mlnorIt minorlty ¬
ity who retrained from voting Tho Thoamendments ThoAmeoomtnt Thesmendmthts
amendments placed In the bill Friday to totax totax totaxexproos
tax taxexproos cxnroM receipts re lpts was defeated on an anaye anarf anaye
aye arf and nay vote oto In the House lIouse15 125 to toJ UO UOAs 11As
As J soon as consideration of the bill be began benn began ¬
gan Mr Underwood Underwood of Alabama moved movedto movedto movedto
to reduce rtdlu4Hhf the > amount of property exempt exemptunder exempttinder exemptunder
under the Inheritance In erltance tax from J10000 IGOOO to taMr to5161J toMr
5161J Mr Ir Payne of New ew York in charge chargeof
of the bill said that personally he thought thoughtthe thoughtthe thoughtthe
the Inheritance tax should not nptbav have gone gonein gone1ft gonehr
in ih the original act aet as the States goner generally genorall gonerally ¬
ally all especially c peclnll the Eastern State levied leviedheavy Jcledheay leviedheavy
heavy Inheritance taxes But If It was wasto wasto wasto
to remain he wan opposed to reducing thooxemptlon tho thoexemption theoxemptlon
oxemptlon to JSOOO SOXILI The amendment was waslost46 wasJ waslost45
lost46 J oat 45 to J3 J3rowers 3 3locr 3 3Iovcrs
rowers Amendment Adopted AUoptPilXfr Adoptedrr l1optPclrr
Xfr rr Powers of Vermont offered fin finamendment n namendment namendment
amendment providing that the inheri inheritance Inheritance inheritance ¬
tance tax should not be levied on the es estates estat08 entatos ¬
tates of persons Jler ons who died < prior to June JuneU
13 1S88 lIe said the amendment should shouldbe shoulllbe shouldbe
be adopted to clear up and to prevent preventfalse prcentfalse preventfalse
false construction of tho language of the thepresent thepr thepresept
present pr ent Jaw The amendment was W S adopt adopted adopted adoptedhO
ed edhO Lo koMr o oMr 4So 4SoIr
Mr Ir Newlands of Nevada offered a amodification amo1I amodification
modification mo1I cation of tire amendment he pre presented prentetI pronented ¬
sented ntetI Friday to tax Industrial IndustrlaJcorpQra corpora corporations corporations ¬
tions whose gross receipts recelptsexC exceed exededonetwentieth ed WOO 500000 500000onetwentieth 000 000onetwentieth
onetwentieth of 1 per cent upon such su h re receipt rocGiptJI recdiptj ¬
ceipt andreQulrinjr Ittd and requlrInJ such corporations < to tonle
file complete statements ltement as to their re receipts receIpts reccipta ¬
ceipts taxes wages paid c His
pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose he said was to reach the tq great ag aggregations ¬
gregations gre ntlons of wealth wealthThe w wopltbThe ltlth ltlthThe
The real purpose of this amendment is
to apply an Inquisition to ticorporntlons t corporations Is s
It not demanded Mr Pearce of Mis IS ¬
souri souriIts sour
Its purpose replied Mr Jr Newlands Is s
both to raise ral e revenue and to secure infor information Information infermeLlon ¬
mation upon which to base regulative leg
ifllationi ifllationiGen IRlatJonGen islatiornGeir
Gen Grosvenor of Ohio opposed the
amendment He expressed the hope that
the House would not attempt to make in ¬
roads upon Industrial corporations with ¬
out Investia InvestiaTax Investigation by the proper committee
of the House Why attack Industrial car
pOflitions TheamcntIment The amendment was lost 75
to 10
Tax on Ten SiiKtnlneil SiiKtnlneilMr SiIetnlruc1Mr 1ItRIIIc 1ItRIIIcMr
Mr Fitzgerald of Massachusetts moved
to strike out the tax of 10 cents per pound poundon
on tea He characterized
the tax ta as un ¬
just and extortionate and appealed to the >
members to support the amendment In the
interest of the breakfast table and the
5 o oclock clock tea teailr tea2Ir
ilr Payne opposed oppo ed the tio amendment amendment The The
tax t x on tea he said raised about 9000003
or revenue and for ten years ears had been beenasked b beenasked en enaskel1
asked for o by the tea trade Some of the
Importers who had large supplies of tea in
bond he said were naturally In favor of ofrepealing ofrepealing ofrepeating
repealing the tea tax taxMr t taxMr x xMr
Mr Glynn of New Ne York made a witty
speech in favor of of the amendment It was
defeated 55 to 76 76After 76Atter 76After
After the bill blUhad had been een read Mr Ir Levy
of f Xe New York offered
> a substitute for
the bill a bill fixing the tax taxon on beer at at1ar
loo per barrel C cents upon tobacco and
snuff and repealing all the other sections sectionsof sectionsa sectionsof
of a the war revenue act The substitute substitutewas sultstitutewas substitutevas
was vas defeated without division dllslonArter divisIonAfter f
After the bill had been reported to the
House Air Mrlayne Payne demanded a separate separatevote selJarateote separatevote
vote ote on the Smith
a atux atux amx
tux of 1 cent on each express expr S5 uackage
and Mr M Underwood of Ainbnma dc de
manded a separate vote on the powers in ¬
heritance tax amendment ame l1mont which specific specifically pecU1can pec1i1eally ¬
ally an exempted the estate estates tatC41 of persons who
dlfHl prior to June J ne 13 JS9S
I On an aye and no vote the Hou Houlo o re ¬
versed its action of yesterday and defeat defeated defeated Ceat ¬
ed > d the Smith express receipt tax amend amendment125 amendmentl25 arnentlznent125
ment125 to iffl J The Powers amendment
was adopted aUolltedst 84 to 53 53IMcimrdson 53 53H 53Itichnrisou
IMcimrdson H cilRrllllou OflV nirre Irr r a Substitute SiiliNtiiutpMr SubstituteMr lIbNtlIutlMr
Mr Richardson of f Tennessee on behalf behalfof behalfof behalfof
of the minority then moved to recommit recommitthe recommitthe recommitthe
the bill with instructions to forthwith forthwithreport forthwithreport
report a bill reducing the revenues re enues under underthe undertho underthe
the war revenue act at least the th sum of ofI ofOOOOOOOthe of701JOO00Gthe
I 70000000 OOOOOOOthe the taxes remaining to be ap apportioned upnontioned ¬
portioned as to more equally cquaU and justly justlydistribute jUlitlydistribute justlydistribute
distribute the taxes and to remove them themfrom themfrom themfrom
from from tho articles most nearly nenrl the neces necessaries neeesburies ¬ i
burIes of life and which entor most gen generally gotieally ¬ I Ierally
erally Into In o consumption The commit committee committee ¬ I Itce
tee also will include in tie bill a provision provisionso
so framed as to accomplish the just ends endsof end endor on s sof
of an income tax and yet clescnpe escape the de decision dccislon docision ¬
cision of the Supreme Court of the Unit United Unltcd United ¬
ed States in the tlr cases growing out of ottho otthoWilson tim thoWilson timWilson
Wilson tariff law lawMr la laMr lawMr
Mr Hopkins of Illinois observed face facetiously facetiously facetlously ¬
tiously that the motion was subject to a apoint aIioln aroln
point Iioln of order It Instructs the corn COKinitteo corrmltteo cornmitten
mitten to report back an income In como tax pro provision proIslon proviton ¬
vision Islon that will circumvent the decision decisionof decisionoC decisionof
of the Supreme Court said he Plainly Plainlythat Plalnl Plalnlthat Plainlythat
that Is requiring the committee to per parfcrm perfum perfcrm
fcrm an Impossibility ImpossibilityThe ImposslblllhTht
The > motion to recommit was wn lost ostI3t 131 to to1C to1c
1C 1 i The TheblUwas bill was then passed 1 the he Demo Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
crats refraining from voting votingIt
It was agreed that Monday lonl1a after fter sue suspension SUIp suepension ¬
pension p onplon < business was out of the way wa be beI bedovoted bedevoted
I devoted to the consideration of private privatepension prlatelWfJslon privateierzsioit
pension bills
Senate Rod lleunr Committee Qlllnllttflfm Will lost 1ostp 1081Iallt lostrelic
p relic ne Action Till Next Session SessionThe FenlonTho SessinnThe
The Senate and House Committees on onJudiciary onJudiciary onJudiciary
Judiciary have reached an agreement a reem > nt to topostpone toJlastpone topostpone
postpone consideration of the th Ray bill for forthe fortite forthe
the amendment of the bankruptcy law lawuntil JawuftUlne3lt lawuntil
until uftUlne3lt next Congress Congro The bill was drawn drawnon drtwnOft drawnon
on the recommendation of the National NationalAssociation NationalAssociation ntlonal ntlonalJseoelatfon
Association of Referees the member i of ofwhich ofwhich C Cwkfeh
which were appointed under the termr of ofth ottll ofthe
th the bill It J t provides remedies for or defects defectsin dcCCtsIn defectsin
in the law so far as they have come to tothe toth tothe
the th surface but there are now bank bankruptcy ban banruptc banlruptcy ¬
ruptcy matters before the United States StatesSupreme Stat Statuprome StatesSupreme
Supreme uprome Court the decision of which whichmay whichmay whichmay
may make necessary n eS8ary other amendments amendmentsthan amondnooLSthan amendmentsthan
than those suggested suggestedAnother suggestedAnother suggestedAnother
Another reason for postponement Is Idfound Istound isfound
found In the fact that It Is not generally generallybelieved gonerallyI generallybelieved
I believed there la I sufficient time duing duingthe du duingthe Ing Ingthe
the short session sl1I for the careful consid consideration coJUIdentlon consideratlon ¬
eration demanded by a question so in involved involvod ¬
volved 0100 as the bankruptcy law lawTOTAL lawT01L lawTOTAL
Comparative Statements IRCemfoh hued br b Clerks Clerksof Clerksor ClerksoI
of oIThe Appropriation AppropriationThe pprol1rla tlo tloT1to
The annual comparative statement statementshowing statementhowlng statementshowing
showing by b bills the relative amounts of ofTreasury orTr ofTreasury
Treasury Tr csftlry estimates tatlmBt for the next fiscal fiscalyear fiJealrOAr I1SCaIyear
year compared with the estimates for th thlast the thotlut thelast
last fiscal year I 00 r and Also the estimate estimateor 68Um estimatotot t ttor
tot or next year oor compared comparedwltfi with the annual annualappropriations annulIapproprtaUonj annurlsppropnIat1on
appropriations of last year as prepared preparedby pr preparedby pariifJ
by 1 the clerks of the Senate and House HouseCommittees HouieCOl1lmltt IIoueCommittees
Committees COl1lmltt iJ on Appropriations was com completed compleh cantpietist ¬
pleted pleh l yesterday tltltordn The statement makes makesa
a complete compl t showing except as to de deficiency dedelency ¬ I IIIclency
ficiency and miscellaneous appropriations appropriationsand appropriationnd
and nd shows a total of estimates for appro approIs npproFREE appropip
FREE pip TO LADIESA Monlhlj negulabr that thatIs thata
a 1L5 Is harmless and CA CA4tOr IOF Or FAIL FAtL Mr MrROW Mrs B BHoYt BRQWIfl
ROW HoYt Milwaukee MflwaukeeWIs Wli Wis j
prlatloiw far 1302 1 I9Q amounting to IT435T4 IT435T4SM fiUrtcompared 74137 74137s1
SM compared with actual appropriations appropriationsfor
for 1WI lees mIscellaneous tD and deficiency deflclcncyappropriation deficiencyappf1Jprlatioru deficiencyappropriations
appropriation of OWOGO230 OO SdowiJThe OWOGO230Tha WJn WJni
The estimate b > bills for the next year yearIs yom
Is 1 as follows Agriculture JleSMEO I6G3 161DtgO rA army armytll84l94ll nrmYII army1l21M44
tll84l94ll diplomatic dlpl m atle and consular 1 1iIm 1SBTiflh 1 1S67C3S
S67C3S DIstrl of Columbia 050703 1OSOitntorUtlcaUon VYO7U3 VYO7U3fortIttcation 050703I
I I fortification tl tl461m 461493 Indian 230 orn ornlegislative ij1 ij1leglII1Ue 1 1I
legislative tc tc c 43W0509 5IJJ Military Milttar Mad Academy Acu1emy Mademy ¬
emy JlWSwO 1M5 145750 navy JS717143Q 8i1n4 7I7243O pension pensionLJ14S3I52S IHnlonIHU pensionpostomec
LJ14S3I52S IHU postoffice J12U67343 rivers riversland rhersI riversand
land aD harbors E51WCOO and sundry civil civilJ6S37S113 civil6rsl12i
J6S37S113 6rsl12i s1l Permanent annual approprla approprlatkm npproprL11UGM appropn1athins
The President Send e New Y Asrttraenti rlent to tothe tothe tothe
the SenateThe < Senate SenateThe enoCe enoCeThe
The President Pr lldent has sent to the innate a anumber anumber anumber
number of treaties with Great Britain Britainextending Britainextending Britainextending
extending for a year the time for the theratification thenUtlcotlon theratification
ratification of the reciprocity treaties at affecting attectln atfecting ¬
fecting tectln the British West Indian posses possessions posseIIlon possesstone ¬
stone IIlon which were sent to the Senate last lastsession lastaeulon lastsession
session but failed of ratification ratificationHe
He also has ms forwarded reciprocity reciprocitytreaties reciprocItytrtles reciprocitytreaties
treaties with Nicaragua Ecuador the theDominican theDominIcan theDominican
Dominican republic and the government governmentof
of Denmark the last named affecting th thiiriand thp thpInd thIIsland >
Island of St Croix only onlyThe onlyThe onlyThe
The reciprocity treaty treat with Nicaragua Nicaraguawas NI 1caraguawag ragal1 ragal1wa
was wa signed October 20 lf 1f1O > but for some somereeson somert somerenson
reeson rt > was not transmitted to the Senate Senateuntil SenateuntIl Senateuntil
until the 5th of the present month It Itprovides ItPrGdc Itprovides
provides for a reduction of 20 per cent centfrom centrom centfrom
from rom the rates of the Dlngley Dln le tariff act on onI onthe onthe
I the following articles brought Into the theUnited theVntted theUnited
United States from Nicaragua NicaraguaC Nlromuteaae NicaraguaCase
C Case e Rpr B r n net l aion Uv 15 Datth luidird surdard Mo MoMM loM Molasses
M lasses MM hM II SOOSS ef r eattle and of other animals except exceptkeep exceptp excepteep
keep eep p wtt with the t t wool on Indigo coffee bananas bananasrubber bananasI1IW bananasrsWor
rubber or > erode Mahogany in the log or rough hewn hewnNicaragua hewnNlcarabUll hewnNicaragua
Nicaragua agrees to admit the following followingarticles followlnsarticles followingarticles
articles free of duty dutyLire dutyLire dutyLire
Lire animate grain Including wheat com 4c 4cagricultural acagricultural eo eoagricultural
agricultural cede live llanu plants corn o rn meal arch tUrcball starchall archall
all vegetable and frail bay and other forage forageMtuaie foraeNttenlef foragecettanseed
Mtuaie Nttenlef d < l el ell Ur and turpentine uphalt quick quickrtlver quickver quIcksilver
silver ver coal fertilizers lima and cement cerxten wood and andlumber andlumber andlumber
lumber warble tnaeblnerr rnaebiner agricultural imple implements ImplemenU implemeats ¬
menU wagons and cant cart railroad and structural structuralIren ItmcluralIren structuraliren
Iren and Heel fence wire motors forges water waterpvmpc waterpu
pvmpc pu pa hose sledge hammers iron piping and andllgblnlngreds andIIgtKlllnNHi andllgbtningreds
llgblnlngreds galvanised Iron roofs printing ma materials matedala instiale ¬
terials books pamphlets c surgical and mathe mathematical cattematleal taatbematicat ¬
matical Instruments boats of all kinds gold and andsilver andIUTer andMiver
silver bullion bars or coin There la to be a re reduction reductlon itduction ¬
duction of 20 per cent C upon the Nlcaraguan duty dutyon dutyon dutyon
on American cheap wines and flour and wheat wheatThe wheatThe wheaLThe
The Ecuador treaty provides for the thtfree th thtree thefree
free admission a mlsslan cf t the following products productsof
of that country Into the United States StatesHides StatesI1ld Stateslrwe
Hides I1ld l and skins of all animals except those of ofneat ofneat ofneat
neat cattle and of sheep with the wool on coitee coiteecotton colfe colfecotton CO5e CO5ecotton
cotton and cotton waste cacao crude India rub rubbar rub rubber rubbar
bar crude Peruvian bark hat reeds Ivory nuts nutsOn nutlOn nutsOn
On the following Ecuadorian articles the United UnitedStates UnitedStaIN UnitedStetes
States grants a reduction of 3 0 o per cent in duties dutiesCane dutleJlCane dutiesCane
Cane suGar not above No 16 Dutch standard standardbides 2landardhides standardbides
bides of vest cattle straw bats leaf tobacco tobaccoReciprocally tobacCOReclpNcall tobaccoReciprocally
Reciprocally the following tollowln articles of ofUnited otUnited ofUnited
United States manufacture are to be ad admitted admitted admitted ¬
mitted to Ecuador free Agricultural Im Implements Implements implemonts ¬
plements and machinery of all kinds ma machines machines machines ¬
chines for manufacturing purposes loco locomotives locomotives locomotives ¬
motives cars and materials for the con construction construction construction ¬
struction and equipment of railroads railroadsIron railroadsIron railroadsIron
Iron in pigs or bars copper lead and nc1 zinc zincin zincIn zincin
in heavy heav bars arscoal coal bran and maize maizecheap malZcheap maizecheap
cheap wines preserved fruits oil cake cakeand cakeand cakeand
and oil meai preserved salmon salmonA
A 20 per cent reduction is granted by byEcuador b bEcuador byEcuador
Ecuador on the following American arti articles articles artielse ¬
cles clesSewing clesSewing elseSewing
Sewing machines wheat flour highpric highpriced ¬
ed wines timber and lumber and cotton cottonseed cottonseed cottonseed
seed oil oilIn 011In oilin
In the case of the reciprocity treaty treatywith treatywith treatywith
with the Dominican Republic the follow following coao coaoIng foilowing ¬
ing provision precedes the list of articles articlesIncluded articlesInclul1ed articlesincluded
Included In the agreement No Import or orother orother orother
other charges direct or Indirect whether whetherauthorized whetherauthorized whetherauthorized
authorized by national or municipal municipaiau municipaiauthonity au authority authorlt ¬
thority thorlt shall be imposed or collected in ineither Ineither ineither
either country upon any articles of mer merchandise merchlntIlse merchandlse ¬
chandise the product of the soil or In Industry Inl1ustry industry ¬
dustry of the other and Included within withinthe withintbe withinthe
the provisions of this convention except exceptsuch exceptsuch exceptsuch
such as are expressly provided for herein hereinAnd hereinAnd hereinAnd
And should any an such merchandise being
the product of either country be admitted admittedInto admitted admittedInto admittedinto
Into the other and reexpoved In the theoriginal theoriginal theoriginal
original packages there shall t LC e no export
duty charged or collected tfereon but
the same may be freely withdrawn for forexport torexport forexport
export exportOn exportOn exportOn
On cane sugar and molassea Imported
Into the United States from the Domini Dominican Dominican Dominican ¬
can Republic a reduction of 121 12 1 per percent perctnt percent
cent Is provided for and on the following
articles from that country a reduction of ofo
40 o per perccnt cent centHJdcs centItIdes i
HJdcs and skins honey leaf lea tobacco
The following Dominican articles are
to be admitted tree Crude cocoa coffee
bananas dye woods gums urns ms sisal grass grassand srasslnd grassand
and other crude fibers goat skins bees beeswax beeswax beeswax ¬
wax mahogany and other cabinet woods woodsshells woo woodsshells s sshells
shells unmanufactured
The following American goods are to
be received by the Dominicans at a re ¬
duction of 20 per cent of their th lr duty rates
Hats and caps chemicals drugs and andmedicines andmedlclnps andmediclns
medicines cordage rope and twine fish flshnot fishnot fishnot
not fresh Iron and steel and all manu manufactures manutatures manufacturos ¬
factures therjof ther of meats and meat prod produits prOIIuds produts
uits papers and stationery staLioner vegetables vegetablesand vegetablesantI vegetablesand
and fruits watches not of gold or silver silvernnd slivernnd silverand
nnd clocks of all kinds wood and lum lumber lumber turnber ¬
ber and manufactures of telegraphic il illuminating illuminating illuminating ¬
luminating and scientific apparatus not notexempt notexempt notexempt
exempt from duty bags of whatever ma material mat maj majtonal ¬
tonal t rllll brass and copper and all manu manufactures manufactures xnanufactures ¬
factures of boats and lighters boots and andshoes antIshoes andshoes
shoes butter butt r cheese and condensed milk milkbricks milkbricks milkbricke
bricks stone cement lime and nil earthy earthymaterial carth carthmaterIal earthymaterial
material used In building cotton manu manufactures manufncturs mariofactures ¬
factures cotton seed sect oil and meal cake cakewheat cakewheat cakewheat
wheat corn oats and rye and other otherHours otherHours otherflours
Hours earthen china and glassware win window wllIJlow winlow ¬
dow low glass and glass gltU mirrors > fertilizers fertilizerscoal fertilizerscoal fertilizerscoal
coal and coke lamps leather and man manufactures manufnetures manufactures ¬
ufactures of locomotives and cars and andmaterials andmaterials andmaterials
materials for the construction of rail railways raUwa railvays ¬
ways wa s malt liquors materials for ship ¬
building oleomargarine paints pigments pigmentsand pl pigmentsand ment mentnl1
and nl1 colors photographic materials plat plated plated pInted ¬
ed ware perfumery pertUII r cosmetics and soaps sqapsrosin s soapsrosin alJs alJsrosin
rosin tar pitch and turpentine sugar sugarrefined sugarrefined sugarrefined
refined and confectionery starch tin tinpUte tin1llt6 tinpleto
pUte and tin ware of all kinds trunks trunksand tfunksmd trunksand
and valises wagons and vehicles of all allkinds aUkinds allkinds
kinds and parts thereof wearing apparel apparelwindmills apparelwlnl1mUls apparelwindmills
windmills roofing material of nil kinds kindsThe klnl1sfhe kindsThe
The Danish treaty provides for the ad admission adml8slon admission ¬
mission into the United States of cane canesugar eRnesugsr canesugar
sugar below 16 Dutch standard molasses molassesand molnsseI molassesand
and rum coming from St Croix at a re reduction reduction rederetion ¬
duction of 1212 12 12 per cent centOn centOn centOn
I On the bther hand American flour Is to tobe tohe tobe
be allowed to enter St Croix at a duty dutyrate dutyrate dutyrate
rate of 35 cents per 100 pounds poundsnnd and corn cornmeal cornm cornmeal
meal m < al at 20 cents per 100 The agreement agreementIs
Is to continue in force for or rive dye years and andDenmark nndDenmllrk andDenmark
Denmark agrees that the rate of duty on onthe onthe onthe
the following tonowln American products shall shallnot shallnot shallnot
not be increased during thst time timeSalted timeSaltel1 timeSalted
Salted or cured meats rye flour bread breadand breadarid rcad rcadnud
and biscuit refined sugar maize oats oatsieas oatireas oatslean
lean beans lard oleomargarine olelmar rlnc cotton cottonoejod cottonCJd cottonsteed
steed CJd oil leather skins furnlture and andlumber nnlllumber andlumber
lumber Steam coal from the United UnitedSates UnitedSItes UnitedSates
Sates shooks for rum and molasses molassespuncheons molassesfJlncheons molassespuneheons
puncheons staves and headings and andsome andscme
some agricultural Implements are to be beart ben611lttel1 beahnltted
art n611lttel1 mltted free of duty dutyHie dutyIhe
Hie 1 be President has also forwarded the thetreaty thetcaty thetreaty
treaty with Spain providing for the ces cessun cessin cesilfl
sun for cr the consideration of J100000 of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the four or five small islands In the Phil Philippine PhllIJplne Philippine ¬
ippine archipelago which were not ot In Included Inclul1t ineluded ¬
eluded > d in the ccsslon made in the Paris Parispeace Parispeace Parispeace
peace treaty trent and also extradition E traditlon treaties treatieswith teaUcswith treatieswith
with Chile and Bolivia BoliviaThe Boliviarho BoliviaThe
The Chilean ChileantrrttY Jr treaty t > was signed April 19
1500 nnd the Bolivian treaty trMt was signed signedApril signedApril
April 21 1900 Their provisions are Identi Identical Identlcnl Identicat ¬
cal throughout They provide for the theextradition theextradition theextradition
extradition of fugitives charged with the thefollowing thetollolllg thefollowing
following offenses Murder attempted attemptedmurder attemptedmurder > d dmurder
murder manslaughter manslliu hter crimes committed committedat commltt d dat
at sea arson robbery forger counter counterfelting counterfelting counterfelting
felting embezzlement breach of trust trustperjury trust trustperJuo trustperjury
perjury rape abduction abd Jctlon c The > treaty treatyprovides treat treatprovld treatyprovides
provides provld for the apprehension of fugitives fugitiveson tugltleon
on telegraphic Information bat requires requirestheir requlrtstheir requirestheir
their release in case formal requisitions requisitionsdo requisitionsdo
do not arrive within two months time timeNeither timeNeither timeNeither
Neither of the contracting parties Is re required required required ¬
quired under the provisions of the treaty treatyto
to deliver up Its own citizens under th thstipulations the thestipulations thestipulations
stipulations of the treaty treatThere There Is also alsoa ahH ahHa
a provision against lnst the surrender of fugi fugitives fuitives fugitives ¬
tives who can prove that their apprehen apprehension appreherElon apprehensian ¬
sion Is sought In order to secure their theirpersons theirporsons theirpersons
persons for punishment for political rea reasons reASons reaSons
sons In this connection the following followingprovision t01l0wlnlproJslon followingprovision
provision Is Inserted No e person sur surrendered surrendered surrendered ¬
rendered shall be triable or tried or b bpunished bpunlshcod bpunished
punished for any an political crime or of offense off oftense ¬
tense f < IUH or for any act committed there therewith therewith therewith ¬
with committed previously to this ex extradition extradition axtradition ¬
tradition The treaties are not Intended Intendedto
to operate op rnte retroactively retroactivelyomltmtlan retroactive retroactiveoml retroactIvelyThe
> omltmtlan omltmtlanThe oml atloo atlooThe
The President Pr President klent yesterday terday sent the follow following foUowing oUowIng ¬
ing nominations to the Senate SenateArmrLleut SenateAnnrLleut SenateAnrayUertL
ArmrLleut c Cot L J Jlhn ba J Cl ClQt u assistant IulltantI assistantmiaTT siitant siitantMmlicary
Mmlicary miaTT I tfT general teen eaerai to be assistant commissary commissarygeneral COmmssary COmmssaryptteral commissarygesersi
general wuh rank of nloneL nloneLSlaJ OIloneL1aj cslonelMal
Mal William L L Alexander eojnml commlsu ceaunissaty arr T to b btMfeUat be beaMtatARt baaiMMast
tMfeUat e cemllMfT raml ry general with r rank nk of lieu lieutaeaat UeutlfUat lieuseast
taeaat wto cuisget Cpt pt Surge B D OarU aT remote eomraUMIT eommlJfT remotetry
MIT try fT t U I be m1Rur mt irr withraak of major First FirstSerfU FirstSfrrL First5eri
SerfU Ralph R ph W Jests JHeI Company K Fortyfourth FortyfourthallttJ Fonyf4urthCftlt FortyfourthVaited
Cftlt Vaited allttJ State Stl Votomt VtIItNn f to t ic second 4 HenUnant HenUnantNavy lIeuttnantNII1 iteutinantNvy
Navy Md d AfMitaat Sursx SUfl1 a G George rg rce H Bar Barber Barber Barher ¬
ber to tc wjseoa m Stnuel DUlt1 Sine BoJnsn of Ken Kentertr Kcntlttk1 Kentpkr
tertr 4 s be an assistant lS surgeon lu n John Mousy MosJeyArMr MolteTnrtttn Mousylirteler
ArMr et r Pennxylvanlg PII lhallli to be en ulIbtallt ulIbtalltJtO assistant erg ergieee ur urTbe
JtO ieee
The ke Army Ur UfonnnbnClo r nnlzall n Hill HillThe milThe BillThe
The Senate Committee on Military Af Affairs ACtalrs Affairs ¬
fairs yesterday referred the army reor reorpanlzuton relrnn resrganlzuton
panlzuton nn lzutQn Mil to a subcommittee con consisting COli5fst1nl coisslating ¬
slating of Senators Hawley Proctor Sew Sewell Sewl SewLell
l Lell ell CoekjclJ Coel oe1 reU rell and Harris
Not in a Combination to Force ForceThrough ForceThrougl1a ForceThiougha
Through a Claim ClaimTAKES ClaimTKES ClaimTAKES
lie Sa Sass that the th Bills BlIIs4re Arc jotco Not to Be UB UBKxtent Uodub Unduly
dub Furred Upon Congress Ewell to the tbeExteat theExtent
Extent of Canting aa Extra Session SessionCull 8euInnCuU SessionCulls
Cull Culls the rheArricie Article the Work of orion aa Imacln Imaclnatlre 1maelnache linaginatie
ache Reporter ReporlerWbo Who Vlio Old Not > Sotlinowthe SotlinowtheFactsills ot Know the theFncUIlU IheFActsIUs
FncUIlU Intercut la the Measure MeasureRising JlenlDreRising MeasureRising
Rising to a question of parsoral privi privilege pIIlege pnivilege ¬
lege Senator Money lon6Y of Mississippi yes yesterday yesterday os osterdny ¬
terday took occasion to deny den the state statement statemont statemont ¬
mont printed In The Post yesterday morn mornIng mornIng mornIng
Ing that he was concerned in a combina combination combination combinatlon ¬
tion to secure 5eeUr the passage of certain certainclaim certainclaim ertalnclnlm
claim bills blll even If the effort resulted in innonaction Innonaction innonaction
nonaction upon the appropriation and andother andother andother
other important Importl1nlmfs8Surcs measures and thus com compelled compelled cornpelled ¬
pelled an extra session s Jlon of if Congress Mr MrMoney MrMone MrMoney
Money Mone sent the article to the clerks desk deskto tIeskto deskto
to be read read and at the conclusion of Its Itsreading Itsreading itsrending
reading he said saidI
I do net think I hare ever before asked to be bebeard beeard beheard
beard eard open a question of pflrllege pri rilege based upon any anythlne anythlnr anything
thing stated In newspaper ne1llpa er hoverer much I re respect reI itspite ¬
spite I Ct those avenues ef ceanrunleitlon to the pub public public pubite ¬
lic of facts and opinions I Ito ito not call this thl up to topoint topoint topoint
point out the Inaccuracies of 0 the writer of the ar article artide antitle ¬
tide or to deride the source o his hI Information InformationThere InformationThere informationThere
There Is no combination of ofS4nattll Senators of the tb kind kindalleged kin kinalleged kindalieged
alleged so far as I am swats end nd I have so good goodan Eoedan goodan
an opinion of my colleague from the South that I Ido Ido Ido
do not believe lIeve they vould oid Id have an s sheme > heme to plun plunder plunder plunden ¬
der the Treasury without laving the th kindness to tolet tolet tolet
let me Into It ItThe It ItThe ILThe
The matter seems though of so much Importance Importanceaccording ImportaneeaccordIng importanceaccording
according to this reporter that the leaders of the thoSenate thenate theSenate
Senate nate and of the House of Representatives on the theother theother theother
other sine representing a majority In bath House Househave 1I0u 1I0uhue lionesshace
have conferred together and have come to the de determination detttmlnaUen Ceteminatien ¬
termination tttmlnaUen that all ths there = o claims are to be de deferred l1eferred Ceterred ¬
ferred until another Congress CODI < U even at the risk rll o oan of ofan ofan
an extra session
Not Aware VRO of Any nr Combination CombinationI
I have Bever fever heard that there was any combina combination combination combinatton ¬
tion of any sort on this side of the House to se secure a acure 50 50cure ¬
cure the passage Iaie of any measure or any anyone one of ofthese ofthlle oftheee
these claims I have never heard anybody suggest suggestthat suggestIhat suggestthat
that there should be an extra cession u lon of Congress Congressor
or that these bills should be unduly forced before beforethe befllrathe batonsthe
the Senate I do not believe that the amount amauntnamed ameuntnamed amountnamed
named In the article Is correct but that can be boeasily beeully beeasily
easily verified terll1 and I therefore will not dispute it itIt It ItIt itIt
It should have been heenapparent apparent to the he reporter that thatthis thilttbls thatthis
this government and no other government pays for forproperty forproperty forproperty
property destroyed In n war because property de destroyed detroyed deatroyed ¬
stroyed In war U like property destroyed by the theact theact tireact
act of God GodThe 00d4The GodThe
The claim which I presented here and as to towhich towhich towhich
which the article represents me as being the ad advance advanCIl adVance ¬
vance agent of the combination does not consist consistot conslator
ot claims upon the calendar at all and it Is not nothalf nothaII nothalf
half the amount named In the article According Accordingto
to the Secretary of the Treasury there Is only onlyJ1SS2000 onlyUS9 onlyU592000
J1SS2000 US9 OOO of that cotton fund In the Treasury and andI
I will remind the Senite lu > this connection and andalso andalso andalso
also the talented rerorter that that Is not a calm calmuponl calmuponl cairnupoal
uponl the government for unliquidated damages or oranything oranything oranything
anything of that kind but It Is to open tlie 1e courts courtsof courtaof i iof
of the United States to adjudicate tho th tile tI Je to a atrust IItM1t atrust
trust fund to be distributed to the owners of that thatfund thatfund i ifund
fund as they can prove their ownership and for fornothing fornothing fornothing
nothing else If the reporter had read the bill It Itself itseif ¬
self elf he would have found section 6 added by my myself myelf myself ¬
self and approved unanimously by the committee committeewhich committeewhlcb committeewhich
which absolutely excludes everything but that thatclass thatcias i icla
class cla s of people peope who owned the property and It Umust itmust
must be proven by the archives of the Treasury to tobe tobe tobe
be their share of the distributive fund So much muchfor muchfor muchton I
for that thatThere thatThere thaLThere
There Is no combination to pu puh h that bill Ths Thsother Th Thother Tbother
other day I brought It up with uo o Intention what whatever whatever ¬ i ieYer
ever to antagonize the pending treaty but simply simplyto
to occupy a part of the moraine hour very welt wellunderstanding weltunderstanding i iunderstanding
understanding as the reporter should have under understood underIood understood ¬
stood also that the bill went with the morning morninghour mOrtlnghour morotoghour
hour and no further furtherI
I will also state that 1 have saver disagreed dlu eed to tothe tothe tothe
the fixing of a day for voting oir that or any other othermeasure othermeasure othermeaxure
measure measureJmRIIRnriou Imnclnatloii and liitck hack ck of Facts FncmThere FueliThere FactsThere
There was some discussion as to a rule ruleof ruleof ruleof
of the Committee on Clatms regarding regardingmeasures rcgllrdlngmeasures regardingmeasures
measures passed by b the Senate and also alsosome alsosome I Isome
some talk In connection with the themerits tbemerits themerits
merits of the particular claim bill which whichMr w whichMr lch lchMr
Mr Money advocates Mr Money then thenconcluded thenconcluded thenconcluded
concluded as follows followsMr followsIr followsMr
Mr Ir President I brought this matter to the at attention attention attention ¬
tention of if the Senate nlte first In order to say that thatthere tJutthere thatthere
there is no combination that I know of and I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think I would know of It If there was as one either eitherto eitherto titherto
to press pre forward unduly any cairn on behalf of ofclaimants ofclalmat ofcialmasts
claimants from the South or to postpone any mess measure messure ¬
ure before the Senate either In Its executive or oro oropen oropen
o open en session Ion But as the same article says that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the leaders of both Houses on the majority side sidehave sidehave sidehave
have thought it of sufficient Inportsnee to confer conferto conferto I Ito
to devise some J1e way to put down these claim claimI c1almr c1almrI claimsI
I thought that perhaps amid the mass mUlof of Inaccur Inaccuracy Inaceuracy maccurad ¬
acy ad some truth had Inadvertently crept into the theitateraent theitaternent theotaternent
itateraent of the reporter and I wish to disabuse disabusethe dlaabusthe disabusethe
the minds of Senator of the idea that there I Iany Iany h hany
any desire on this thl side Ild of the chamber so far as asI asI asI
I am acquainted acqual ted either to postpone action on any anybill anybill anybill
bill pending or auy future bill or to unduly press pressany preyaoy pressany
any claim whatever Whatever comes up must musthave mUlithave mutthave
have the consideration of the Senate enate upon Its It I own ownmerits ownmerIt ownmerits
merits meritsAs merItAI meritsAs
As I say there is no combination and I wish wishstill wlahstill withstill
still further to disclaim any relation or connection connectionin culUlEoctlOIn
in any way Letw between n the bill which I called up u ths thsother th thothtr thaothcr
other day and any other class of claims It dud dudabHlutely Sandsabsolutely Uad Uadabsolutely
absolutely set generic a trust fund The bill was wasIntroduced W1JIntrodueed wasIntroduced
Introduced by the late lamented Senator from Min Minnesota 111Dltlllltl itinnaSa ¬
nesota Mr Dull who had no Southern constit constituency constituelley constitnency ¬
uency and was reported by the Senator morn mornlilinots ram ramIllinois romIllinois
Illinois Uk Mr Meson who has no Southern con constituency conItllueney conatitueney ¬
stituency Those gentlemen ntlem4ln feeling that they were wererather wereratler wererather
rather burdened with affairs that did not concern concerntheir concerntheir concerntheir
their constituents requested me to call up the bill billwhenever billwhenever billwhenever
whenever opportunity presented MId press pre for its itspassage Itspassage itspassage
passage I did so at their request and nd also be because because because ¬
cause my constituents were perhaps more largely largelyinterested larelTIntereJlted largelyInterested
interested in the bill than any others I hope Sen Senators 1atora S n natom ¬
atom on the other side will not get an erroneous erroneousImpresiion erroneousImpresJon erroneousimpresdon
Impresiion because a newspaper reporter In the thehurry theIlurry thehurry
hurry of getting his hi work to preserby 3 oclock baa baaseen haafeen hasseen
seen fit to call upon his vivid imagination to supply supplybis suPplyhis supplyhis
his lack of facts about this matter matterURGENT matUrURGESr matterURGENT
House Authorizes Appointment of ofran nn Addi Additional Aldl1I0IIRI Additiosini ¬
tional Atfsltttant District Attorney AttorneyMr AUoralrIr AttorneyMr
Mr Ir Cannon chairman of the Appropri Appropriations Appropriations Appropniationis ¬
ations Committee reported to the House Houseyesterday Houseesterday Houseyesterday
yesterday an urgent deficiency bill carry carryIng carryIng carrying
Ing J12GOO n roo for contingent expenses expenS S of the theHouse the1Iocse theHouse
House of Representatives Indian affairs affairsDistrict nfrdlrsDistrict affairsDistrict
District of Columbia and the National NationalHome NationalHome ational ationalHome
Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers SoldiersThe SeldlersThe SoldiersThe
The bill was passed passedOne possetIOne passedOne
One of the th Itec Ih1 s Is J75CO 754fO for or complet ¬
ing the allotments provided in agree agreements aJrcements agreements ¬
ments with the Comanch Kiowa and andApache andApache
I Apache Indians In Oklahoma with a aproviso 8proviso aproviso
proviso authorizing the Secretary of the theInterior theInterior theInterior
Interior to extend the time tlm for making makingthe maitlngthe makingthe
the allotments and opening the land to tosettlement tosettlement tosettlement
settlement not exceeding eight months monthsfrom monthsfrom monthsfrom
from December 6 6 = ISdO ISdOThe liOOThe l5OThe
The District pf Columbia item In the thebill t tbUJ thebill
bill Is an appropriation of 8W 30 250 for the thepayment thepayment thepayment
payment of an additional assistant dis district dliStrlct district ¬
trict attorney attornc during the remainder of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fiscal year A bill to authorize that thatwas thatwas thatwas
was presented to the House recently but butdid butdid butdid
did not pass owing to the objections of ofsome ItFome ofsome
some Democrats As tho th Senate S nnte will willprobably willprobabl willprobably
probably pass the urgent deficiency iIficlenc bill billtt billtot billct
tt one on once the necessary authority aU horfty for a adistrict adistrict adistrict
district attorney to look after the con condemnation condemnl1 condemnation ¬
demnation demnl1 Uon cases will be forthcoming orthcomln Im Immediately iramediately ¬
mediately mediatelyGovernor1 medlatel medlatelGoCrno mediatelyGovernors
Governors GoCrno JGxpen ExreJlIiPI tP Cannot Dnpot lie n lnl inid inidThe nltl nltlTbe l lThe
The Secretary of the Interior has hn en led ledthe ledthe ledthe
the attention of Congress to a ruling by bythe b bthe bythe
the Comptroller of the Treasury under unierwhich un underwhich er erwhich
which the governors of States and Terri Territories Terltorles Tenltories ¬
tories who participated partl lpattd In the recent Centennial Cen Centennial Cerntennial ¬
tennial celebration In Washington can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not be paid their expenses owing to totechnical totechnical totechnical
technical features of the law limiting the theexpenditures theexpenditures theexpenditures
expenditures to committee purposes It Is Issuggested IssUSg issuggested
suggested sUSg ted that the law be broadened so sothat 110that sothat
that the governors oernor expenses can be paid paidJIHItmy pad11IItl1J paIdMliltery
JIHItmy Academy Appropriation AppropriationThe ApJlrol1rlaclouThe
The Military Academy appropriation appropriationbill
bill ll1 was completed mpleted and reported by the theTHE theTHE theTHE
IBJIltHn iztten ysanl IUI ct pl beaortrjl nece gnec III CIIIa CIIIaDrink wogDrink
Drink and Drug Addictions AddictionsAdmUUttfcJ AddictionsA41R1Ivn AddictIonsMmislettral
AdmUUttfcJ at ttTHE atTHE atTHE
Ill 11 K No Capital Il at t Tftsfclniut Wa hllUle D n a aT4 cntre c cThere
T4 There t ti no other o rAJtJ1J aatScrtitu Utr Icl lutitoU if ifU IU LiIke
U U District oi CoJuauli C 1uaill cr c pn n iUrj iaqls Tl1 Ua
House Hou Military Committee yesterday It Itcarries I Icarries Itcarries
carries 552UB1 iiii 1 which Is SH 46l fBS below the theestimates thee theestimates
e estimates tlmcates and slightly above the bill of oflast atJut oflast
last year ye r The largest largt t Items outside of ofthose ofthoso ofthose
those for ordinary maintenance are J4S003 J4S003for 46000for 0G3 0G3for
for a a south wine to the hospital and 45 45WO QWJ 13cto
WO for englnwrs barracks The project projecttor projectbar projectbar
bar a hotel Is omitted omittedBOUTELLB omittedBOUTELLE omittedIIOUTELLE
house Agree rrell Wltbont VIihoutObjection Objection to Make MakeIlfw JlRkelIim Ilnkeflies
flies Kelirrd Xavnl RTRI Officer OfficerJust ome OilicerJust r rJUlt
Just before the House no e adjourned yester yesterday yesterdny yesterday ¬
day a fine tribute was paid to Represent Representative Representntlve Representtive ¬
ative tive Chariots A Boutelle of Maine who whoserved whoerved whoserved
served eighteen years In Congress and andwho anllwbo anIwho
who has been reelected to the Fiftysev Fiftyseventh FIftyseventh Fit tysev tyseventh ¬
enth Congress Con ells Mr Lhtlefleld of Maine Maineasked Ialnnsked Maineasked
asked unanimous consent for the consid consideration conslderatlon considoration ¬
oration of a bill to place him on the re retired re retired notired ¬
tired list as a captain In the navy Mr MrBoutelle IIBoutelle MrDoutelle
Boutelle having been a captain In the thenavy thenll thenavy
navy nll during durin the civil war Mr 11 Littlefield Llttlefleldstated Littlefieldstated Littlefieldstated
stated that Mr Ir Boutelles condition was wassuch wassuch wassuch
such that he would ould undoubtedly undoubtedl resign resignThe resignThe resignThe
The condition of the Maine Ut ne Representa Representative ReprcscntaUe Representative ¬
tive wn was well known to Representatives Representativesand
and although some of them were Inclined Inclinedto
to protest against the proposed legislation legislationaa
as establishing a dangerous precedent no noobjection noobjection noobjection
objection was made madeMr madeMr
Mr Llttlefleld said there was no exact exactparallel e exactparallel act actparallel
parallel to the case of Mr Ir Boutelle but butthere butthere butthere
there were eight Instances In which Con Congress Congress Congress ¬
gress had placed officers on the retired retiredlist retiredJist retiredlist
list of the army arm and navy navyMr na navyMr
Mr 11 Williams of Illinois asked If Mr MrBoutelle MrBoutelle 11 11Boutelle
Boutelle lad ta not been reelected red ted to the thenext thenext thenext
next House HouseMr HouseMr HouseMr
Mr Llttlefield replied that he had but butthat butthat butthat
that his condition had taken an unfavor unfavorable unCavorable unfavorable ¬
able turn and that It would be Impossible
for him to serve He said Mr Ir Boutelle Boutellewould Boutellewould Boutellewould
would undoubtedly resign
Mr Underwood of Alabama said he
JvP3 JvP3t was t opposed ip ipue ° ue < to Lhe the princIple Involved hiohcd in
the bill but
as he had served with him
and realized the circumstances of the
case case he would not object The bill was
then passed passedVOTED passedVOTED passedVOTED
VOTED FOR HOPKINS BILL BILLCommittee BillCOllimiftco BILLCOinrnitte
Committee Divided by Majority of ofOne ofOno ofOne
One Over Apportionment A
Seven Member Jrcmb rt Voted oled to Keep the 3Ie 3Iebemlilp J Mess Messberelsip em emberAblp
bemlilp nt 357 n as Now Xo nud a Meas UC llenssire Measure 8 8ure ¬
ure In Favor of that Will Be BeiteportedFIcIit DcRcporledFIcht DoReportedFight
iteportedFIcIit Assured AssuredThe 4uuredThe AssuredThe
The first drawn battle over apportion apportionnient apportionment apportionmeat
meat of Representatives in Congress for forthe forthe forthe
the next decade occurred yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at a meeting of the House Commit Committee Committee Committee ¬
tee on Census Cen lIs By a t vote ote of seven to aix aixthe 3 aixthe X Xthe
the committee decided to report the th Hop Ho > ¬
kins bill which provides for 357 members membersand membersand membersand
and allows Indiana Kansas Kentucky
Maine Nebraska Ohio South Carolina Carolinaand CarolinaQnd Carolinaand
and Virginia one less I s member each after afterthe atterthe afterthe
the Fiftyseventh Congress has expired expiredThose expiredThose expiredThose
Those who voted for the bill were Hop ¬
kins hint of Illinois Babcock of Wisconsin WisconsinAcheson WisconsinAcheson WisconsinAcheson
Acheson of Pennsylvania Brownlow of ofTennessee otlennessee ofTennessee
Tennessee Republicans and Kluttz of ofNorth otKorth ofNorth
North Carolina Ryan of New York and andMcDowell and1IcDow andMcDowell
McDowell 1IcDow ll of Ohio Democrats Those Thosewho Th03ewho Thoaewho
who voted against the bill were Russell Ruaaeliof Russeliof Russellof
of Connecticut Heatwol of Minnesota MinnesotaCrumpacker MinnesotaCrumpacker MinnesotaCrumpacker
Crumpacker of Indiana Burleigh of ofMaine oflInlne ofMaine
Maine Griffith of Indiana and Wilson Wilsonof WIlsonor Wilsonof
of South Carolina CarolinaWhile CarolinaVhUe CarolinaWhile
While outwardly the opponents of a alarger nlarger alarger
larger membership of the House have havewon navewon havewon
won an advantage the advocates of oflarger oClarger oflarger
larger membership are not disheartened disheartenedThere t1lsheartenedThere disheartenedThere
There was a plan on foot to compromise compromiseand compromiseand compromiseand
and make the membership 373 which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would have given Ien Indiana her present presentnumber presentwlmber presentnumber
number and allowed t lowed Minnesota o gain of oftwo ortwo oftwo
two members whereas under the Hop Hopkins lI011l hopklan ¬
klan l lns bill Indiana loses one member and andMinnesota anl1Minnesota andMinnesota
Minnesota gains only one Gov Bur Burkighs BurIelghs Burlcighrs
kighs bill to fix the representation at ntwas SS7 SS7was 387was
was first voted on and defeated by b the thesame theEama thesame
same vote as that by which the Hopkins Hopkinsbill Hopkln3bill Hopkinsbill
bill was carried Foreseeing the plan planthat planthat planthat
that that was on foot for a compromise at 373 373which 373which 373which
which would allow Maine Ialne only onl three threemembers thr threemembers c cmembers
members and have cemented a combine combinebetween combinebetween combinebetween
between several big States of the Middle MiddleWest MiddleWest l1l1l1leVest
West Gov Burleigh following express expressinstructions expressInstructions expressinstructions
instructions from the Kansas Nebraska Nebraskaand Nebrafokannc1 Nebraskaand
and Maine hlne Republlcars in the House Housethrew Houje Houjethrew Houfethrew
threw has vote against the proposal vrop > cal for
373 members and stood squarely for 387 387From 38iFrom 387From
From the standpoint of the four State Statethat Statenthat Statosthat
that would first low lo one member each lit litcase 1ca5e Iicase
the member membership membership ¬
case of a refusal to increase
ship Virginia Maine Ialne Kansas and Ne Nebraska Nfbraska Nebraska ¬
braska yesterdays vote is regarded as assomething nssomething assomething
something of a victory victor The result has hasbeen hasbeen tinsbeen
been that all are now combining to beat beatthe beatthe beattire
the Hopkins bill on the floor i r whereas a acompromise acompromise acompromise
compromise measure would have practi practically practically practically ¬
cally left the four States mentioned out In Intho Inthe Inthe
the cold with little hope of profiting from froma
a fight on the floor It was agreed last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night that the six members of the Census CensusCommittee CensusCommittee CensusCommittee
Committee who voted against the Hop Hopkins HopIdes ¬
Ides bill should join In a a minority report reportand reportand reportand
and the various State delegations inter interested interested ¬
ested both to prevent losing a member memberand memberand memberand
and In gaining one or more members will willrally willrnlly willrally
rally their forces to ascertain whether whetherthey whetherthey
they can amend the bill in the House HouseIt HouseIt
It was decided by the committee to give givea
a few days for the preparation of the re reports reports ¬
ports which makes it altogether probable probablethat probablethat probablethat
that the the bill will not be taken up till after afterthe atterthe aftertire
the holiday recess recessThe recessTh6 recessThe
The only change in the Hopkins bill billvjas billas billvas
vas as an amendment requiring that the sev several sevial several ¬
eral Congressional Con esslonal districts of the several severalStates severalStates severalStates
States should be composed of contigu ucontlsuous contiguous ¬
ous and compact territory The purpose purpose6f purposeof
6f the amendment Is to prevent gerry gerrymandering gerrmanderin gerryxnanderng ¬
mandering manderin The following States will gain gainone gainone gainone
one member each under the bill Illinois IllinoisLouisiana J1lnolsLouisiana IllinoisLouisiana
Louisiana Minnesota New Jersey Jer e New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and West st Virginia Texas will willgain willgain willgain
gain two Representatives RepresentativesBased Representativestinned t tBased
Based upon present political division divisionneither dllslon3neither divisionsneither
neither pay will gain advantage from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the new rapportlonment r proposed In the thebill thebill thebill
bill The Republicans Republl ans will gain five and aivdlose andlose andlose
lose five and the Democrats will gain gainthree gamthree gainthree
three and lose tnree The basis of rep representation representation representation ¬
resentation will be one representative for foreach toreach foreach
each 208863 208 Inhabitants InhabitantsPLACES InhabitantsPLACES inhabitantsPLACES
House Creates rentes Judicial Districts In Ken Kentucky liencuck hentucky ¬
tucky cuck ned Went Virginia VirginiaUnder VireisdscUnder irgllllaUnder
Under suspension of the rules the House Houseyesterday IIouseegterdIlY houseyesterday
yesterday passed bills to divide Kentucky Kentuckyand Kentuck Kentucknnd Kentuckyand
and West Virginia Into two judicial dis districts districts distnicts ¬
tricts to create another district judge In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Northern District of Ohio and to re refer refer reter ¬
fer to the Secretary of the Interior for forinvestigation forInveatIgatlon forinvestigation
investigation the claim of the State of ofTexas of6XaJ ofraxas
Texas 6XaJ for moneys expended on public im improvements Improvements improvements ¬
provements In Greer County before the thedecision thedecllon thedecision
decision of the Supreme Court placed it itwithin Itwithin itwithin
within the jurisdiction of Oklahoma The TheOhio TheOhio TheOhio
Ohio bill Is designed to relieve from duty dutyJudge dutyJudge dutyJudge
Judge Ricks who has been Incapacitated Incapacitatedfor
for some time timeMr timeIr timeMr
Mr Ir Lanham of Texas moved the pas passage passne pansage ¬
sage under suspension of the rules of a abill abUl abill
bill to authorize the Secretary of the In Intchlor Intehlor Intehior
tchlor to fix the boundary between Texas Texasand Texasand Texasand
and Oklahoma and to Inquire Into the theclaims theclaims theclaims
claims of the State of Texas T xastor for moneys moneysexpended mO1eysx moneysexpended
expended x ended while Greer County was a part partof partor partof
of Texas Mr Payne of New ew York York op opposed OJ OJJl opposed ¬
posed Jl sOO toe bill claiming that Texas bad hadreaped badrOODed badreaped
reaped benefits from Greer County by the thesale theule thesate
sale of public JUbUc lands Le c while Texas was wasexercising wastxercl5ln wasoxercisin
exercising txercl5ln Jurisdiction over it 1t and that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the State had no valid aUd claim for the pub public publie ¬
lie Improvements nude during that thf4trlod pe period penod ¬
nod riodMr Mr Ray of oj New York chairman of the thei theJudiciary th thJudiciary
i Judiciary Committee denied that Texas Texashad Texashd Texasbed
had ever received a penny for the public publiclands publiclands publiclands
lands of Greer County The object of the thebill thebill thebill
bill he said was U simply to have the Sec Secretary Secretary Seerotary ¬
retary of the Interior investigate the facts factsand tacuand factsand
and report report them to Congress CongressMr Conreur CongressMr
Mr r Lacey Lace of Iowa controverted Mr
Rays statement asserting that before the thePublic thePuolic
1 Public Lands Committee Judge Browne Brownerepresenting Brownerepresenting Browaerepresenting
representing the settlera In Greer County
had stated that they had agreed to pay
the State Stat of Texas 2 2 per acre acr The bill billwas billVa billwas
was paiaed paued1l0 110 to 25 ZIl
The House then went Into Committee of
the whole and entered upon the consid consideration CODJJldtNttion consideration ¬
eration of private pension bills till ad adournment ad00rnment ¬
journment ournment at 515 p m mAddiiloa mdd intddsieac
Addiiloa dd tIua to Ire nc hJoui Home Cclllnc CclllncStained Celllu CellluStained CeiiinrStained
Stained glass panels representing the theStates theStates theStates
States of Idaho and Washington and the theDistrict theDbtrict theDistrict
District of Columbia have lately been beenplaced beenplaced en enplaced
placed In the transparent celling over the
Hall of Representatives There were a
few vacant panels apart from those oc occupied occupied occupied ¬
cupied with representations of the coats coataofarnu coatJSotArm coatsofarms
ofarnu of numerous States
SenatorCarteisBesolntionon SenatorCarteisBesolntiononCape Senator CartclsResolntion on onCape
Cape Nome Scandal ScandalIMPOSES ScandalJROPOSES ScaildalPROPOSES
The JnJicIary Cataultiec C mHlluec of the tit use Senate Is IsAsked Ishked IsAsked
Asked to Baste an Investigation Going GolacTboronchly GoingThoroughly iota iotaThoruehlr
Thoroughly Into All Cbar Chare e Against AealnttJudge AcalnuJudae AgainstJudge
Judge Noycs 01es and ud Other Person Especi Especially EpeclaU Eopeclally ¬
aU ally Senator and UepresentatlTca Ueprele RepresentnhiTCnThe RepresentnhiTCnTheResolution tnthnThe tnthnTheRuolutloa The TheResolution
Resolution Referred to the Committee CommitteeIn
In order to meet the attempts which whichare whichare whichare
are being made to discredit the character characterof
of Judge Noyes oes of Alaska In connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with what Is known aa the Cape Nome Nomescandal Nomeecmdal Nomescandal
scandal Senator Carter of Montana yes yesterfday yesterrda OS OSterfiay
terfday terrda Introduced a sweeping resolution resolutionasking resolutionasking resolutionasking
asking the th Senate to Investigate all the thecircumstances thecircumstances thecircumstances
circumstances connected conn cted with the case caseAs caseAs caseAs
As The Tost has already nlrcad published It ItIs ItIs itis
Is charged that with the connivance of ofJudge orJudse ofJudge
Judge Noyes oyes a man named Alexander AlexanderMcKenzie AlexanderMcKen AlexanderMcKenzie
McKen McKenzie le was appointed receiver IPr lver of valu valuable valuable alu alunble ¬
able mines In Cape Nome which were werethrown weretbrown werethrown
thrown Into litigation lIt1 atlon upon false tals aID affidavits aftldaI19 aIDdavits ¬
davits The care Is attracting nttractln consider considerable considerabJe considerable ¬
able attention especially since Repre Representative Representative Reprosentative ¬
sentative Brick of Indiana presented presenteda
a s resolution In the House asking the theappointment theappointment theappointment
appointment of a committee of Investiga Investigation InvesUatlon investignLion ¬
Lion The names of two or three Seas Senator Senntor4 Seastars ¬
the case caseIn caseIn casein
tor tars have been cn connected with
In unfavorable light and it Is evidently evidentlywith eltJenUwith cvtrIentlwith
with the purpose of striking at this phase phaseof phasuor phastiof
has hasIntroduced hasIntroduced hasintroduced
of the matter that Senator Carter
Introduced his resolution It was referred referredto r rrreJ rrreJto
to the Committee Committee on the Judiciary after afWrSenator nftrSenator afterSenator
Senator Hoar had stated his belief that thatan thatan thatan
would refute all the as assertions a alerUons assertlons ¬
an Investigation l stlJauon
sertions which had been made detrimental detrimentalto
to the Senators SenatorsThe SenatorsTee SenatorsThe
The full text of the resolution re > Qlution Is us usfollows usfollows asfollows
Text oftlie Resolution RenolutlonT
T Tr Investigate the conduct of the Judge of the thadlvblon thodlvldon thedivition
dlvblon of the District Court of ofAlukn Alaska located at atSt alSt atSt
and report to the theSenate theSenate
St St Michaels and to ascertain
of all persons who are In any anyway anrway anyway
Senate the names I
court courtconcerning courtconoernlng I Iconoerning
way coinected co nected with any an litigation In said
concerning which any Improper Influence or lllss illegal illegalcooduct l lconduct
conduct ha bat tc keen n or may b be charted chartedWhereas ctaredbereaa charcedVheresa
Whereas bereaa It has been charged through the press pressand preLand pressand
and otherwise that Judge Arthur H Noyes of the thoDistrict theDistrict
District Court of Alaska Alaa a having h 1lnc Jurisdiction over overths onrth3 overtha I
ths Cape Nome district has been guilty of Illegal Illegalor
or Improper Impro r conduct in connection with litigation litigationpending IIdlationpendIng litigationpending
pending in his court courti and andWhereas Lnd1tereu andWhereas
Whereas 1tereu it Is further charged by Innuendo and in insinuation Insinuation tosinuation ¬
sinuation that thtlueh such alleged Illegal action or Im Improper 1mproper urnproper ¬
proper conduct re resulted ulted from a conspiracy in which whichmany whlehmany whichmany
many persons w were re e concerned therefore be it itResolved Itnelohed ittterolved
Resolved That hat the Judiciary JuiSlclafTCommlllee Committee of the theSenate theSee theSenate
Senate See ale be and is hereby authorized and directed to tothoroughly tothoroughly tothoroughly
thoroughly investigate and after such Investiga Investigation InvelitlgatlOI1 inveotigstion ¬
tion to report to thr th Senate the thefacU facts found in re retpoase rePO1oe noopone
tpoase to lotha the following interrogatories to wit
1 Are the general mining laws of the United UnitedStates UnitedStales UnItedStates
States applicable to the district of Alaska Alukaflias
2 Has Judge Noyes having Jurisdiction over overCape overCa overCape
Cape Ca Nome been guilty directly or indirectly of ofany ofIIn ofany
any IIn Illegal or Improper conduct In or connected connectedwith connecte connectewith connectedwith
with any litigation which hal been or is pending pendingin pendioIn
in his said court courtCouceriiloz courtCoecerulog f fCoueerulos
Couceriiloz Senator Selin ton arid Representatives
3 3 Whether Wheth r or not any Senator or Representative Representativein
in Congrers or any officer of the Federal > edenl govern government toverninent governbent ¬
bent at any time possessed any an Interest directly directlyor
or indirectly In any property which has bccn the thesubject theBubject thesubJect
subject of litigation In said court and wlether or ornot ornot ornot
not any such person las at any time had any In Interest Interest intentS ¬
terest directly dlre tly or Indirectly In the result of any anysuch anyBuch anysuch
such litigation either as an owner stockholder di director director director ¬
rector or possessor of contingent Interest Inleresti and if ifso itso
so the name Iud position of such person raon and the thanature thenature thenature
nature of the Interest held or claimed
4 What If any all1 effort has been made by any anyparty anyparty anyparty
party to any litigation pending pend In In said court to toImproperly toImprolluly toImproperly
Improperly or illegally influence the action or orjudgment orjudsmtnt orjudgment
judgment of the court or 0 any officer thereof
5 5 What If any sum or sums of money have been beenspent beenIpent beenspent
spent by any person or persons corporation or orcompany orCODpany orcompany
company to prjnt print or circulate statement raSeet raSeetJng re reSectlog et etIn
log In upon the honor bouor and Integrity Iltegrlt of the court or orthe orth orthe
the th Judge or any oOcer thereof and by whom whoasuch whomu1expeldllureS whomsuch
such u1expeldllureS expenditures were wer made and for what wbatpur wbatpurpose put purpose putpose ¬
pose poseC
C Ii The facts and circumstances connected connec with withand withand
and the Inducements offered to Judge Johnston the thopredecessor thepredecessor
predecessor of said Judge Noyes to procure him himto himto
to resign his position on the bench and to became becameconnected becomeconnected
connected with litigation pending In the court at atthe atthe
the time of his resignation or thereafter com commenced comam3nced ¬
menced In said court courtAuUcil courtAsked
Asked to Report to the Senate SenateTo SenateTo
To fllly Inquire Into and to report to the Senate Senateany Senateany
any other ch cts r iict sct ur cluunuunce In kay kaymanner toymanner
manner directly or Indirectly reflecting upon the theintegrity theintegrity
integrity of said Judge Noycs or his said court or orany orany
any receiver or other officer thereof in connection connectionwith connectionwit
with wit aiy litigation which has been Is now or may maybe mayLs
be pending in raid aid com when the Investigation Investigationis
is made madeThat madeThat
That said committee be and is hereby authorized authorizedto
to send for persons and papers and examine wit witnesses witnesses ¬
nesses on oath lit relation to the subject matter matterof matterof
of this resolution and to Incur such expense In Intraveling intraveling
traveling as may be by the commtttre deemed nec necessary necessiry ¬
essary in the prosecution of such investigation all allexpenses allexpenses
expenses of the inquiry to be paid out of the con contingent conttngsnt ¬
tingent fund of the Senate and said committee Is Isauthorized isauthorized
authorized If deemed expedient to conduct the theInvestigation theluvestigation
Investigation through a subcommittee to be ap appointed oppointed ¬
pointed by the chairman thereof thereofGEX thereoflEN
Notice Served on JuJvo Rbea AllegluB AllegluBFraud Aliegiugiroud
Fraud In Seviral Couuilim CouuilimGen CuisiircGen
Gen James A Walker of Wythevllle WythevllleVa
Va served notice yesterday on Repre Representative Representative ¬
sentative Rhea of the Ninth Virginia dis district district ¬
trict that he Intended to contest his elec election ¬ I Ition
tion to the Fiftyseventh Congress Fraud Fraudahd I Iahd
ahd Irregularity Jn voting are charged In Inall I
all but two of the fourteen counties of ofthe oftlse
the district and those are Lee and Taze Tazewell Tazewelt
well wellA I IA
A contest between the same parties was wasinstituted wasinstituted
instituted by Gen Walker In the present presentCongress presentCongress
Congress and resulted at the last session sessionIn sessionin
In a decision by Election Committee No
1 Representative Tayler chairman that
Judge Rhea was entitled to retain the theseat theseat
seat To this decision there were only
two dissenting votes The report of the thecommittee thecommittee
committee Is now ready to be presented presentedto
to the House It Is assured that Judge JudgeRhea Judgeflhea
Rhea will not be disturbed In the pos possession peasession ¬
session of his seat in this Congress CongressSTORAGE CongressI CongressSTORAGE
Representative iewlntulu Hill for Reser Reservoir Ifresrrwoirs ¬
voir woirs en HIR HuinloJl River RiverRepresentatve RiverRepresentatve
Representatve Newlandg yesterday In Introduced Introdueed ¬
troduced a bill for the construction of ofreservoir ofreservoirs
reservoir for the storage of water on the theHumboldt theHumboldt
Humboldt River In Nevada and for the thedisposition thedisposition
disposition and settlement of public lands landswithin landswithin
within reach of the stored water waterMr waterMr
Mr NewlantVs expects to follow It up upby upby
by other bills similar In character and andrelating andreladrig
relating to the Trockee Carson and andWalker andWalker
Walker rivera H He has requested tho thochairman th thchairman
chairman of the Rivers and Harbors Com Committee Cornrnittee ¬
mittee to give a hearing r regarding the theconstruction theconstruction
construction of reservoirs and the slot storage slotake ¬
age ake of waters In the arid region taut he heha he1at
ha 1at been Informed by the chairman that thatthe thatthe
the committee will not consider any leg legislation legisiation ¬
islation relating to Irrigation or recta reclamation rectaination ¬
mation jfaridinyide jfaridinyideDeath iLarld lands landsDeatfc
Death Penalty for foTrala Train Robber RobberRepresentative RobberRepresentative
Representative Ray of New York yea ycfrterday yeaterday
terday Introduced a bill for the aupprez aupprezlo Suppreselorzof
elorzof lo of train robbery In the Territories or orthe
the United State and elsewhere It Itprovides Itprovides
provides the death penalty for those thoseguilty thosegulity
guilty of a holdup Jn case the death deathof deathof
of any p person nton on the train re results ult In Incase Incase
case no one Is killed the penalty It made madehard
hard labor from twenty to forty year A Asimilar Asimilar
similar bill was presented In the Senate Senateyesterday Ecasteyesterday
yesterday by Ur Hoar
0hff Other bills By Mr Flynn of Oklahoma
providing for a a Supreme Court for Oka
homa by Mr Ray of New York pro
yldtag viding for the selection of Federal Juries
In New Mexico Mexico5larlae Mexicoiiariue
5larlae Hallway la Cam o 83 S3JI9B 999 JUre JUreIn i re reIn
In the additional estimates forwarded forwardedto
to Congress yesterday Is an Item provid providing providing ¬
ing for 132000 additional as the cost of a aproposed aproposed
proposed proposed marine railway at the Norfolk NorfolkForbid
Navy Yard YardVerblds
Forbid latHxIcanl In Africa AfricaTh ArfesThe
Th The Senate In executive session yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day agreed to give Us adhesion to the theconvention theconvention
convention to regulate the Importation of ofIntoxicating ofintoxicating
Intoxicating llquon into certain regions regionsof
of Africa
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House Refuses to Extend the lie Trci Trcierence Preierdnee
erence for exSoldiers exSoldiersJIcnMire exo1djerMeasure
Measure to AllorAll Ilanornblr ilolianribi Dheliiire DheliiirecdSoMlerAilvnnlnscOver flisciinrgCilSoilijer
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In the Cirll Service lionion tiy tiynnOvemLclmlnsVutc byan
nnOvemLclmlnsVutc nnOvemLclmlnsVutccharged an OVeewlicinilna Vote Voteof
of fleprentst1y retusl retuslcivil
civil to extend the preference In th thsoldie
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The vote stkl 51 to h4 tbs tbsa
bill ha
orvught up by Repr
a C n a te Braraweli
Ohio un4ir 505
pension of the
rules l was a C A R
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n Civil rvie
asrien ccl it so as to ineis4 hosrocabi dire
charged C ranged soldier not only of the civil war
but after them th the honorably discharged dbchnripUsoldiers dischargedsoldiers
soldiers of the Spanish war and Uw war
In the Philippines The bill would five fivethem givethorn
them preference In the awwlntmfiu i iofllce is isotllce
ofllce and also In retention thwtin theitinfurther it itfurther
further provided that loss of limbs r rother rother
other physical Impairment should not In Incapacitate n ncapacitate ¬
capacitate or disqualify a soldier for f fflce fflee
flee flceThe
The opposition to the Mil was very vig vigorous vizorous ¬
orous and Mr Bromwell was piled with withmany withmany
many questions It was claimed by nanvmembers nanv raiiymembers
members that the effect of the bill wriid wriidbe vritibe
be to install in the civil service alinon alinonexclusively altnotexclusively
exclusively for many years to come a aclass i iclass
class that had followed a military llf llfnnd lifand
and that civilians would have no oppor opportunities opportunlties ¬
tunities In that direction whatever whateverMr whateverMr
Mr Richardson asked why the soldiers soldirnof soldiersof
of the Mexican war wore not included includedIn inclusilIn
In this era of good feeling why not In Inclfide Incidde
clfide the soldiers and sailor sailorsof of all ul ihn ihnwars ihirwars
wars Mr Bromwell replied that th titers titerswan r rwas
was less reason for including ties soldiers Midlerof soldiersof
of the Mexican war now than when tl tloriginal tloriginal >
original law was passed passedMr IrassedMr
Mr Clayton of New York said ttz t tsubstantially
substantially the previsions of the bill billwere billwere
were In effect In New York State nn nnthat sent sentthat <
that the law had worked satisfactorily satisfactorilyMr satifacton1IMr
Mr Gillett of Massachusetts the chair chairman chairman ¬
man of the Civil Service Committee ar1 ar1tested r rtested
tested vigorously against the bill lie < i iclared idared
dared that the bill wa was Improperly before beforethe befrethe
the House Speaking directly te thj thjmerits tI tImerits
merits of the bill he said that It wj wjvicious ws wsvicious
vicious although drawn doubtless uli uligood it itgood
good intentions It would ho d deelsrc deelsrcpractically lar 4 4practically
practically shut civilians out of the thecrnment X Xcrnment
crnment service for years to come If Ifwould l lwould
would place at the top of tIm prefewll prefereriIrlist if iflist
list all the soldiers anti sailors of U Uwar lit litwar > <
war with Spain regular and voluiit voluiitalike vnluntt vnlunttalike <
alike amounting to 3W000 th the lOOOMrr lOOOMrrin 100151 a ain
in the service nnd the 359W Z OO who wul wulsoon
soon be enlisted under the army reors reorsization reorgaization
ization bill It would therefore thereforepreference gte gtepreference > >
preference to 360000 man and for ininy ininyyears iniYyears
years would keep civilians off th time ml mlThe rotThe
The regulars he said wore not enlilud enliludto
to be in a preferential class classCol classCal
Cal Hepburn of Iowa also opposed the thebill thetill
bill on the ground that It made an ap appointment appelstrnent ¬
pointment a vested estesl rijht and On Onvenor C Cvenor <
venor of Ohio took the same poMiloii poMiloiiand liositIriland
and asked Mr Bromwoll to withdraw th thbill tbtill
bill Mr McCall of Mass Massehusetts chusetta op opposed ui uiposed ¬
posed the bill because ho said it won wnil wnilcreate a acreate
create a military caste The soldiis soldiisfought soldirifought
fought to maintain a free govcrnm 1 it itthe 1 1the
the fundamental principles of which was wasequality ws wsequalitY
equality before the law It was wa a nr nrupon t tupon
upon the Intelligence of the soldier to togve togve
gve them this preference preferenceMr
Mr Sulzer attempted to force a aand vv vvand >
and amy vote upon the bill but tailed faiMand tailedanti
and on a rising vote the bill was drfeat drfeated51 dfestedSI
ed51 to 105 1052OOOO
20000 FOR HAMPTON SCHOOL SCHOOLCommittee SChOOLConsisilttee
Committee on Indian Affair Complete AH AHnnnt Arerrnni
nnnt Appropriation Hill HillThe lilliThe
The Indian appropriation bill was com completed cornpleted ¬
pleted yesterday by the lions Commltf Commltfon
on Indian Affairs It carries HornHhln somethlnCover c cover
over J3000COO the exact aggregate not y ybeing ye yebeing
being determined The number of Indian Indianagencies IndIanagencies
agencies Is reduced from flftytwo to for fortyfour fortyfour ¬
tyfour thos those omitted bln being th the L Lembi LembiIdaho mh mhIdaho
Idaho Noah Bay Washington Nevada NevadaNevada NevadaNevada
Nevada Quapaw Indian Territory Sao Saoand eo eoand
and Fox Iowa Silltz Oregon Stoseton StosetonSouth SteoetonSouth
South Dakota Tulallp Washington WashingtonThe WashingtonTue
The estimates for various tribes ar arclosely are areclosely
closely followed but J5000 additional I Igiven is isgIven
given to the Klobebs and ShetoeU of UUh UUhProvision 1tIhProvision
Provision in made that no p pollee Mc officer or orother esrother
other government official in th the Indian IndianTerritory IndianTerritorY
Territory shall hali exp expel l any one from th thTerritory the theTerritorY
Territory for the collection of taxes taxescept ex except > ¬
cept in connection with lea lessee and royal royalties royt roytties ¬
ties The clerks of the United Hut States StatesCourt s sCourt
Court In Indian Territory are allowed to toretain toretain
retain all fees other than those In crim criminal cnlninal ¬
inal civil probate arid chancery chancerythe eases easesthe <
the clerks to pay their own clerk hire and andnecessary andnecessary
necessary expenses expensesThe expensesThe
The estimates made no provision for forcontract forcotitract
contract Indian school but UMW AiO i he helowed Al Allowed ¬
lowed for the Hampton Va school schoolthis sc scthis <
this 11 not considered a s sectarian crartan schooi schooiAn scheeAn
An additional BiW 11000 for tk the Salem Or Org i ischool 5school
school for an electric light and stesrt stesrtheating tea < i iheating
heating plant 1 is provided providedTwo providedTwo
Two sections are added to tb tha WH billone billoneproviding on onproviding
providing for the maintenance of M Mgraph tigraph
graph and telephone HB lines and high highacross highwal highwalacross >
across Indian lands ansi reservations ar a < t tanother Ianother
another to allow the Suits Indian of Of Ofgon fl flgon
gon to sell ell or lease a portion of their r rervation rev revervation >
ervation Chairman Sherman expects to topuu topars
pars the bill before the holiday recess rectiTo recessTo
To IroTl lrviie l for or VIUon ned Lee LeeSenator LeeSenator
Senator Daniel of Vlrjrlnt y yesterdaY yesterdaYintroduced tMay tMayIntroduced
Introduced a bill authorising tb the Pru Prudent President ¬
dent to select from th the brtfpuJter nr nerat neratof lj ljof
of volunteer two oHlcen wlth witbOOt t t nrgmrl nrgmrlto rePtto
to age and appoint them brigadier brigadiererals gee geeorals
orals In the regular army for the purjjjgi purjjjgiof piUOSt piUOStof
of placing them ct the retired list TM TMIs Thu Thuis
Is Intended intendedto to provide for O Gone nu 3 Jaoses H HWlUon IfViIson
WlUon and Fiizhuich L Ltolled Lee Leebolted
tolled States l iiepsitimenI > rp irtm il of oftgrieiiiltire oftgrieiiiltirelrern Aff rlcuUore rlcuUoreFrom
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only Just out of Its Infancy it to makir makirito r rUK
UK necessity felt more and wore to U Upeople ttpeople
people especially th the farmer each yer yerThe yesrThe
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partment has probMy never b been i imarked > vmarked
marked as during the adstofa sdIsIatrsti4fl tratlon t tIts 1Its
Its present head Secretary Jai Jasoes M M ll iiso iisowho o owho
who tlm a practical farmer hHwif H Henabled IIenabled
enabled to apply hl his knowtodcr to tM tMupbuilding tb tbupbukiing
upbuilding of cur vast agricultural agriculturalcats jutn jutncot
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