7 Nisan 1903 Tarihli The Washington Times Gazetesi Sayfa 1

7 Nisan 1903 Tarihli The Washington Times Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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4 i iI or tomorrow Glaring Cl tonight ring fair this and andcooler afternoon afternoonor cooler coolertomorrow = I Gr Ebe b U lJ M n9t 1 1 1NUMBER < 0 U 1 Xhut XhutNUMBER tm tfj t J If it It < c you would r tf jMfe are rhTII rhTIItomorrov MR nay not y yeu ADVERTISER ADVERTISERIf la to The try Tf them themNUMBER t ttoum ttoumit > D Dor > i NUMBER 3222 WASHINGTON WXSTIING ro TUESDAY APRIL 7 19O 1903 PRICE ONE CI CENT NT J illss MISS BARTON EXPELS EXPELSTHE EXFELSTHE THE LOCAL I1INORITY I IH Gen Foster Gen Wilson WilsonHilary WilsonHilary Hilary H lary Herbert and Others OthersGalled OthersCalled OtherCalled Called a Clique CliqueNevei CliqueNeveiAny Never NeverAny NeverAny Any l Merit erit in the Qppo Opposition Qpposi Qppositlon ¬ sitlonFight sition sitionFight si tion tionFight Fight Against Ag inst Unbusiness Unbusinesslike Unbusinesslike Unbusinesslike ¬ like Methods Called Attempt At Attempt Attempt tempt to Discredit Miss MissBartori Missarton M1s5Barton Barton arton Manifesto Ex Exeites ExCites Excites Cites No Dismay DismayThe The following has been transmitted transmittedto transmitteto to The Times from the office of o the thepresident thepresident th thpresdeut president of the American National Red RedCross RadCrOS Re ReCros Cross Cros in New York city by Walter Talter P PPhillips PPhilflps Phi1lips Phillips a member of Miss Barton BartonsInner Bartoninner Inner board of control controlNew controlNew controlNew 1 New York April 7 7The The American AmericanNational Atn AmericaiNationgi rican ricanIaUonal National Red Re Cross at a meeting of the theexecutive th thexecutive executive e xecu ve committee held in this city cityyesterday cityyeterday cit cityesterday I yesterday suspended from membership membershipin monbershlpjnthe mombrsb1 mombrsb1in in jnthe the organization the twentytwo sign signera signers era of a a memorial which was recently recentlypresented recentheutcd recenti recentipreeuted presented eutcd to Congress CongreSs the attitude attitudetaken attitudet attituditkea taken t ken by these members being hostile hostileto bost11to I Itothe to tothe the interests int re 5 tsof of the organization organizationAmong organizationAmong Among those against whom this ac action acHon action ¬ I tion was taken are Hon John fW W Fos Foster Foster Foster ¬ ter Brig Gen John M lL Wilson Hon HoaHilary HonHulary I IHilary Hilary Herbert Simon Wolf Sara SaraSpencer SaraSpencer I Spencer Spenc r Ellen Ell n S Mussey MusseyAggressive MusseyAggresive MusseyAggressive Aggressive Policy Adopted AdoptedThis AdoptedThi i iTbistggressive This Tbistggressive Thi aggressive policy has h s been beenadopted beeiadopted I Iadopted adopted in order to end the persistent persistentattempt persistenattempt I Iattempt attempt to discredit Miss Barton and anddisrupt au audisrupt aiidisrupt disrupt the Red Cross The The efforts o othaminorlty of ofthe oftho the thaminorlty minority to force the retirement r irement of ofMiss orUss o oMise Miss Uss Barton have proved absolutely iu iutHe Zntile U Utile tile and have not met wi with H the support supportof suppor supporof of the public publicThe puhUcThe publicThe The society has the unqualified sup support supporto support ¬ port porto of the majority composed of the theoldest theoldest t1i t1ioldest oldest Red Cross workers living in dif different dl dlferont difleront ¬ ferent parts MITts of the country countI who have havepersonally haveer5onany hav havrersonaily personally contributed several hundred hundredthousand hundrEdthou hundretthousanti thousand thou nd dollars to its work workAmong workAmontt workAlnong Among Miss Mis U 8 Bartons supporters are aresuch sr srsuch arsuch such m men n as William WilIiaD T Wardwell for formerly formerly forruerly ¬ merly treasurer of the Standard Oil OilCompany Oilp8ny 01 01c Company c Jnpny p8ny who was chairman of the New NewYorSf ew ewaRed eiirtRed I YorSf irtRed aRed Red Cross Society iety during the theSpanishAmerican tl tlI I SpanishAmerican war wuralstng raising 3OO 3OOforfled 390000 390000forlled 300000 300000fntJi I forlled fntJi Cross Cr sswork work in Cuba and who whobal whobalfnof hap hapsine ha hasnc sine snc established the Red Cross Hos Hosp HosP HaspaJ p paJ ilia tal In this cjty at afa a large expenditure expenditurefrom expenditurefrom expeadfturfrom from his private fortune fortuneThere fortuneThere fortuneTherc There There has not at any 211 time been say saymetiria oyDJetlt anynt1t metiria DJetlt iJl 114 taa t4eOppoition opposition and an it itJ itJm1l hew lie beea beearaaitttafaed bV bVms1tafn m1l ms1tafn raaitttafaed bl d solely for the purpose purposedrtlugClara jsrposedriving ef efdriviag driving drtlugClara Clara Barton from the presi presidencyanil preld presideflyaniihanding ¬ dencyanil d deflyaniihanding lIDd handing the control of the or organization organization orgnization ¬ ganization over to a minority minorltyclique clique Thte Thteis Thhlis Thi Thii is i especially es ally emphasized by b the fact that thattie tb thaiOPPOtiOfl t tU1 tie U1 < cgtpoattion CJJtpo tion is 1 largely composed of ofiw ofxHAIJMmbera1oeeted ol olnernbera iw xHAIJMmbera1oeeted members located in Washington who whohave whob1itiF whsbtva have b1itiF contributed to the th work of the so society society soclety ¬ ciety a mere pittance plttaneeless less than 5200 5200It OO OOIt OUIt It is now proposed that the society societyshall societyhaU societysball shall haU take up the work of extending thEorganization the theorganization theollga organization ollga ization throughout the entire entirecountry e entlrccountry Ure Urecoo coo country BUT as contemplated some months monthsae monthsa montbaby a aby ae by kli Miss i8f lBarton Barton and outlined in her herrepeat herrepcrt hexrepci repeat repci at at a the last annual meeting meetingr meetingThe meetIngThe r The Form of NotificationFormal Notification NotificationFormal ifotificationFormal Formal notification of this suspension suspensionhas suspensionbasDeenm suspensionbas has basDeenm been mailed i1e to all n the twenty twentjthree twentjthreeIDebers twentythreemembers three threemembers members of the minority as foljowsYou follows folwiVSYou followst t You are hereby notified that at a ameeting ameeting a ameeting meeting oC the executive committee of ofthe oCthe o othe the American Amerlc n National Red Cross > held heldin beldin heldin in New York April 6 you were by rote roteo yoteot voteo o ot the executive committee suspended suspendedfr suspendedfrpm suapemdeiltxpaL fr frpm Hi membership and all 11 privileges nrivllegesof nrivllegesof3mem riv1Iees of ofa olamernhr JEieraber 3mem a r the charge against you ou being beingJ bein beinFtrstThat beingF1rstThat J TFirst FtrstThat That you have attempted to todisrupt todisrupt todisrupt disrupt the f e organization organizationSecond organfzationSecondTbat organizationSecondTnat Second SecondTbat That in a certain memoria memorialsent memoria5eBtt memoriasent sent 5eBtt t to CoBgress and known as House HouseDoe Hou HouseDec e eDoe Doe MO Fiftyseventh Congress sec sectBii secCl1 seecnt8EIofl tBii Cl1 cnt8EIofl sossion you have assumed an a atti attiote attlUilbecoming alt altidx ote unbecoming a member or the or orra orcatfOB orras4jation ra catfOB catfOBHIareher ras4jationYouare feutUoB feutUoBfy fy Youare < Hi HIareher are hereby notified to app appear ar be beM beftt beoi M ftt oi the U executive committee commttt at a time timeana timeFjtJIie timendpiice ana FjtJIie jjlRce to o be bea beagreed agreed eed upon later and andrbow andrb andbew rbow rb w cause why said suspension should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnet not be b permanent permanentWALTER yermanentWALTER ermanent ermanentHW HW WALTER ALTER P PHILLIPS PHILLIPSA A Distinguished Expulsion List ListThe ListThe ListThe The Washingtonians suspended from fromthe Cromthectety fromthe the thectety society are John M Wilson Mabel MabelT T Bewrdman J L Ellen Foster Sara A ASpeaoer ASpeBeer ASpencer Spencer Bessie BessleJ J Kibbey A C Kant Kaufn Kanfmaa KantWilliam n maa aWiUfara William H Michael > Bralnard H HWaraer HWaner HWarner Warner Simon Wolf Mere Hero L Tanner TannerHenrietta TannerlleJtMetta TannerHenrietta Henrietta N Ro Rose Thomas F Walsh WalshAwy Walshtmy Awy 111 L Wolf Ells EU8Il Spencer Mussey MusseyiSHzaoeth Mussey1izabeth Musseyl4zabeth iSHzaoeth F Pierce Mary MaryBruee Bruce Hagne HagneiJ HagnelJlM HagneRamsay iJ lJlM Ramsay W K Van Va Reypea Hetty HettyHarrison Hettyalirrh6ft HettyHi Harrison Hi ron John W Foster Harriet HarrietBfoiae HarrietBl HarrietBiftIne Bfoiae Bl ne Bale A ABU Ana Baa Roosevelt Cowles CowlesH H A Herbert HerbertWEATHEFUREPORT HerbertWEA HerbertWEATHERREPORT WEATHEFUREPORT WEATHEFUREPORTTemperatures WEA WEATHERREPORTTemperatures TH ERREPO RT RTTperaturea Temperatures have hare continued e fltInued to rise risefrem risetion risefrom from the t e Gulf States northeastward Dortbea tward and andere andyel andeve yel ere this thi morning mornin from 5 to 15 degreesrLhOV degrees degreesnboW degreenhothe nboW nhothe rLhOV the seasonal ll 80nal average They have haveal havenltto al nltto o rteen reen generally elsewhere except exceptIn exceptIntbe exceptin In Intbe the upper Mississippi and lower Mis Misouri MIBouri Misour ouri our Valleys Y IJer1i and extreme Southwest SouthwestShowers SouthweatShowers SouthwestShowers Showers this afternoon or tonight In Intha inlheMlddle inM1414110 tha lheMlddle Middle and South Atlantic and andEart andEUtGuJ andEast East EUtGuJ Gulf States will b be followed by byclearing b3 b3dearlltg bylearing clearing weather by tomorrow morning morningIn morningIftt1leJ In Iftt1leJ thejpbio the hio it Valley and low lower r lake re rer rertfmtiiff refon r rtfmtiiff fon oii tSa weather will ha generally fair fairrjwT fairpaiIildttr lairwl paiIildttr rjwT wl eotriw co iey tonight and Wednesday Weda Ii IixfH Itnll1to T Tvu xfH vu nll1to aiuo l o h be c cooler aler tomorrow in the Aid Jklidcile AiddlAtlaUc Middie die dlAtlaUc Atlantic Stales StalesTEMPERATURE StateaTEMPERATURE StatesTEMPERATURE TEMPERATURE TEMPERATURESva TEMPERATUREaDI Sva aDI a in 57 57S8 12 1 BOOB noonF S8 F 1 p pm m 58 58TJim 8 8FHB TJim FHB SWI SpK SpKSen 511 511un I un ses t 4i 4iSea 6J m mSIIILrIW SIIILrIW Sea riacj rises tomorrow torrOltH 532 3 am amI aml amLow amrD I rD TBLIi TBLIiIT IT e tide l pm pmIlg Ilg tie Lniarrew14Onn xflI pm pmLow Low tId tq tOtOOrVE11i 1fJrr lltlSlnL nm lOpm 1140 pm j ± JEfFERSON 1EFF8 1111 1111To MMR1ALIIY EriORIALAY IIY AY BE A PATEMO1To PARTHENON I ITo To Be Decided at Meeting on His HisBirthday HisBirthday Hi HiBirthday Birthday BirthdayThe The character of o the memorial to be beerected b berected I Ierected erected to Thomas Jefferson in this city citywill cit citwill will be determined at a meeting of the theboard theboard Ui Uiboard board of governors to be held at the theHotel tbeHotel Ui UiHotel Hotel Barton next Monday evening be before before before ¬ fore the banquet in commemoration of ofthe orthe a athe the birthday anniversary of the writer writerof wrftrof writsof of the Declaration of Independence IndependenceMost IndependenceMost IndependenceMost Most of the members of the board fa faor faor favor vor or the erection of a building fashioned fashionedafter fashionedafter fashioneafter after the Parthenon in which a hand handsome handsome ¬ some statue of o Jefferson is to be placedIt placed placedIt I IIt It Is likely that a building of this type typeto typeto I Ito to cost about half a million dollars will willbe wil wilbe be decided upon uponThe uponThe uponThe I The Jefferson J ferson banquet promises to be bea bea b ba a great success Although it has not notbeen no nobeen I been decided who the presiding officer officeris ofliceris olliceis is to be it is probable that the honor honorwill honowill I Iwili will fall fal to Admiral Dewey D We General GeneralMiles GeneralMiles GeneraMiles Miles Miles and Commissioner Macfarland will willbe willbe wil wilbe be among the guests guestsSenator guestsSenator guestsSenator Senator Hoar Col W V J BryanGoy Bryan BryanGov BrYanGov Gov A J 1 Montague oi Itague of Virginia VirginiaCharles Virginia VirginiaCbarles VirginiaCharles Charles Emory Smith former Postmas Postmaster Postmaster Postmaster ¬ ter General A A Lipscomb president presidentof presidenof of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial As Association Association Association ¬ sociation the Rev D J Stafford and andPresident andPresident an anPresident President Charles W V Xeedham Needham of Co Columbian Columblan ¬ lumbian University will be the speakers speakersApril speakersApril spcakerxApril April 13 Jeffersons birthday anniver anniversary anniversary anniversary ¬ sary will be celebrated in theaters theatersthroughout theatersthroughout theaterthroughout throughout the country Lieutenant LieutenantSantelmann LieutenantS LieutonananteImann Santelmann S ntelmann of the Marine lI rIne Band has haswritten haswritten ha havritten written the Thomas Jefferson March Marchwhich Marchwhich Marchwbicb which will be played throughout thti thtiUnited tb tbUnited UiUnited United States on that day both in thea theaters thcaters theaters ¬ ters and at banquets and other enter entertainments entertainments entertainments ¬ tainments given In honor of Jefferson JeffersonMany JeffersonMa JeffersonMany Many Ma y of o the theaters in New York and andother andother am amother other cities have agreed to give 1 per percent percent pe pecent cent of their proceeds on April 13 to tothe tothe ti tiLhe the Jefferson memorial memorialMACEDONIA memorialMACEDONIA memorialMACEDONIA MACEDONIA THREATENED THREATENEDWITH THREATENEDWITH THREATENEDWITH WITH FIRE AND SWORD SWORDCONSTANTINOPLE SWORDCONSTA SwornCONSTANTINOPLE CONSTANTINOPLE CONSTA TINOPLE April iAccord iAccordI 7Accordlug Accord According ¬ ing to a letter received receI cd by the Sultan SultanMacedonia SultanI SultanMacedonia Macedonia is ripe for revolt The letter letteris letteris lettes is s signed by members memb6 5 of the Macedonian Macedoniancommittee 11acelonlancommittee Macqionian Macqionianomm1ttee committee and demands autonomy autonomy for forthe fortht to toIhe the > country If this is not granted grant d tne tneletter t fbi fbietter e eletter letter says 5a the country will 1111e be swept by byfire byfire b bIre fire and sword swordThe swordThe swordThe The Sultan has dismissed his Albanian Albanianbodigurd AlbanianbOd Albanlasod1artL bOd bodigurd od1artL td < fearlng fearingthor fJ rlngtbOl thar will mutiny mutln71n mutln71niym In InThe I Iwith iym fib with their countrymen countrymenThe countrymenThe The porte has also taken a decisive decisivestand decisivestand decislvetand stand in the matter of Bulgarian Eull ltrlan sym sympathy sympathy symathy ¬ pathy athy with th the Albanian revolutionists revolutionistsThe revolutionistsThe revolutionistsrhe The government has informed Bulgaria Bulgariaast Bulgarithat that ast unless It ceases its secret help te tebe to tothe totbe the be revolutionary movement serious serioussteps aerioueteps steps step will be taken to compel them to todeEist U Ulesist desist deEistGrandson desistKILLED lesistKtLE KILLED KtLE HUSBAND UBN UBN8Ejt8 AND ANDSONS SONS TO GET GET5randson FORTUNE FORTUNEGrandson Grandson in Danger Appealed t tthe to toth tc tcth the th Kaiser KaiserBERLIN KaiserBERLIN KaiserBERLIN BERLIN April 7 7The The mysterious mysteriouscase msteriouscase mysteriommae case of Frau von Golitz a wealthy worn woman wornIn om oman ¬ an accused a uaed of poisoning her first hus husband busband husand ¬ band and Karl Friebe came up for trial ii iihe in inthe inthe the he district court this morning morningAccording morningAccordinc morningAccordiag According to the charges against Frau Frauvon Frauon Fracon von on Golitz after she had poisoned heixusband her herhusband herhUBband husband she discovered that t at the law re required required reiuired ¬ quired her to share his fortune with her herthree berthreG beibree three sons She goaded two of these to tosuicide tosuicide Ic Icuficide suicide by diabolical persecutions one oneshooting oneshooting orniheoting shooting himself and the other taking takinghSs takinghils talcin talcinmis hSs life by hanging The third died sud suddenly suddenly cudienly ¬ denly and it Is charged that the pris prisoner prisoner prisner ¬ oner ner poisoned him also alsoShe alsoShe alsoShe She then found the coast not yet et clear clearas clearas clearis as is a little grandson thirteen years ears old oldremained oldremained oldemained remained and had a right to half the themoney th thmoney thnoney money The grandmother r then began to toplot toplot Icilot plot ilot his death and had ha nearly succeeded succeededvhen succeeilechen < l lhen the theKaiser theKaiser th thaiser chen hen the lad one day accosted Kaiser aiser in the street and pleaded for forprotection forprotection tomrotectiofl protection rotectiofl The present proceedings arche are arethe arethe the he outcome of the lads plea pleaBITUMINOUS pleaI pleaBITUMINOUS BITUMINOUS BITUMINOUS STRIKE STRIKEPRACTICALLY STRIKEPRACTICALLY STRI E EPRACTICALLY I PRACTICALLY SETTLED SETTLEDMiners SETTLEvIiners SETTLEDMiners Miners Expected to Sign Agreement AgreementTonight AgreementTonight AgreementTonight Tonight TonightTERRE TonightTERRE TonightTERRE TERRE HAUTE HALTEIflEL Ind April 7 7Th 7Thstrike 7Thetrike Tho Thostrike strike in the bituminous coal fields fieldsWhich fieldsWhich fieldsthich Which has been on since March 31 was waspractically waspacticaJIy wasiractically practically iractically settled last night There re remains remalntt resame ¬ mains only hly the formal ratification by the theminers theminers thesiners miners convention tonight of the agree agreement agreement agreesent ¬ ment submitted by the operators before beforethe beforetbe beforehe the he miners return to work workIt workIt workIt It is expected the miners will accept acceptthe aceeptthe accepthe the sub subicalc slIbKale subxalo the he terms agreed upon by two Kale xalo committees and sign the wage wagescale wageseale wageeale scale tomorrow morning Under the theagreement theagreement thegreement agreement proposed by the operators operatorssubscale operatorssubscale operatorsubscale subscale committee and to be accepted acceptedby acceptedby acceptedI by I the miners committee tonIght toni ht the theCHaton theClInton theliaton ofcent of ofi r ra ClInton liaton operators > will pay onefourth for all coal coaltskan coaltaken coalthen a i cent per ton gross weight taken from mines where shotfiring shot firing it itconsidered 1 1oJn Im Imonsidored oJn considered idored dangerous A commission commissioncomposed commIssioncomposed commissIonomposed composed of an operator a miner and andSB an andK SB 8 expert mining engineer will decide decideJa decideahat e lde ldeI Ja I wftat > hat mines this condition exists POLL PO LL AND AN 0 PERSONAL PERSONALFAYORTHSI PERSO PE8ALFAYt1llh1T1811I NAL NALfAVORITIS FAYORTHSI 1 ALLEGED ALLEGEDPension AEGEEPeisioii I II IPension I I IIerit Pension Clerks Charge That ThatMerit Tlitieiit Merit eiit Order Is AbusedSYSTEM Abused AbusedSYSTEM AbusedSYSTEM SYSTEM NOW IN OPERATION OPERATIONNames OPERATIONI OPERATIONNames OPERATIOfNames I Names on Eligible List Submitted to toCommittee toCommittee t tCommittee Committee WiConsider Who Consider CandiElatsAppointment Candi Candidates CandidateSAppointment ¬ dates dateSAppointment Appointment Follows FollowsPension FollowsPensIon FollowsPension Pension Bureau employes cmplo es are com complaining comp1alning cornplalning ¬ plaining that the order issued by Com Commissioner Commisioner Cornmissioner ¬ missioner Ware to the effect that all allpromotions allpromotions al alpromotions promotions should be based upon merit meritis meritis men menis is being abused and that pull and per personal personal permood ¬ sonal mood favoritism play playas as important parts partsas partsas as ever in the selection of those who are areto areto an anto to receive advancement advancementThe advancementThe advancementThe The system in operation opc ation now is to have havethe havethe hav havthe the division chiefs each select three threecandidates threecandiclatPs thre threiandhlates candidates for promotion based upon upontheir upontheir upoltheir their merits These recommendations are areconsidered areconsidered arm armxonsidened considered by a meeting of chiefs who whoselect whoJect whi whiielett select > Ject from the names submitted the thenames tl1enames thi thiimames names which they think should go be before before beore ¬ fore ore the CommissionerCommissioner Commissioner CommissionerCommissioner CommissionerCommissioner Commissioner Approves ApprovesThesa ApprovesThes ApprovesThese These Thes names are then submitted to toiommlttee a acommittee acommittee committee consisting of the chief clerk clerktnd Clerkan clerlnd an tnd nd the two assistant commisisoners who whoconsider whoconsider wiji wijimnsider consider the candidates and send thremLo three threeto threeto to the Commissioner with the recom recommendation recommendation recommendation ¬ mendation that a certain one be given giventhe giventhe givemLime the place As a rule the Commissioner Commissionerapproves Commissionerapprmcs Cornmtssioneapproves approves the recommendation of the thefinal thefinal tin tinilnal final committee and the appointment is ismade ismade I Iaiade made madeThe madeThe aiadeThe The clerks complain that the th merit meritsystem meritsystem men mensystem system is not strictly followed an anLhat and andthat andthat that the clerk with the highest standing standingis standin standinis is not always chosen but that favoritism favoritismIs Is exercised to cause ca caimso lsc clerks who whoare wh whsre hI hIare are at the bottom of the promotion list listto listto ha to be advanced over others whose rec records records necrds ¬ ords rds are better betterWhen betterVhen betterWhen When the promotion on merit system systemwas systemwas systenwas was first adopted it is claimed that all allthe allthe xii xiihe the he clerks lerks buckled down to business with witha wiuI a I rush and strove hard to earn a raise raisein rai raisalary rain rainfl in fl salary under the impression that thi thiild the theold theold old way of making advancements on the thestrength th thstrength tinetrength strength of pull had forever been beenabolished beenabolishoo beamiboliahed abolished Now it is said that favoritism favoritismhas favoritismhas favonitisains has ins been at work the clerks clerJ < s have found foundthat foundthat founthat that hat extreme diligence profiteth noth nothing nothing nothng ¬ ing ng and those who feel that they theyhave theyhae the theiave have iave no influence are becoming dis disheartened dls1eartened disesrtenec1 ¬ heartened and are taking the same view viewof viesIf I Iof of If the situation that they took before beforethe beforethe hefonihe the he order was passed passedDeny passedDeny passedDeny Deny the Charge ChargeOfficials Ch ChargeOfficials rge rgeOmmals Officials of the Pension Bureau assert assertti aStiErttbat asacni1IM ti tbat 1IM t tMrei tc tWIr H 1M truth truth1n4hecoiuniuintx truth1n4hecoiuniuintxlad In jntlJ ib < complaint complaintand OIDpl nt and that th t the outcries are from from those who whohave whoave wb wbiave f have ave been rejected for reasons These Theseofficials Theseofficials Theselflcials officials say that they follow merit ab absolutely abeoIutely ¬ solutely and ant where candidates are tied tiedin tieta I II in a their marks they investigate their va various vsbus ¬ I II I bus careers with the greatest care in inorder inI hi hirder I order rder to determine which whic which should have havethe haethe harthe I the he better job1IIIE job jobTHE jobTHE THE TRUE PATRIOT PATRIOTREARS PATRIOTEA8 I IREARS REARS EA8 A BIG BI FAULT FAULTApostle FAMILYApostle FAILYpostte Apostle postte Smoot Delivers Opinion Opinionon on Race Suicide SuicideSALT SuicideSALT SuicideSALT SALT LAKE Utah April 7 7Tenbousand iTen iTenthousand Ten Tenthousand thousand Mormons attended the annual annualconference annuajonference annualconference conference of the Mormon Church held heldin beMIn heldn in n the great Tabernacle Tab rnacle and nd cheered cheeredSenator cheeredSenator cheeredenator Senator enator Reed Smoot the apostle when whenhe whenme > hen henhe he me delivered a stirring speech indorsing indorsingthe indorlngthe indoralnihe the he race suicide theory of President PresidentRoosevelt PresId Presidenitoosevelt nt ntRoosevelt Roosevelt RooseveltListening RooseveltListening tooseveltListening Listening to the apostle were fathers fathersof fathersof fathersif of if from ten to seventy children chil ro Smoognored Smoot Smootignored Smootignored ignored the line of discussion followed followedby followedby followedmy by my other Mormon leaders and launched launchedforth launchedforth launchedorth forth into a talk on Increasing the birthate birth birthrate birthrate rate ate rateThe The true patriot declared the thespeaker thespeiker thEpeaker speaker is the man who rears a big bigfamily hIgfamily bigamily family and teaches his sons to love lovetheir Jov Jovtheir lOVEheir their country Let people sneer at atfamilies atfamilfes atamilies families of thirteen and an1fourteen fourteen but butthe butI buthe I the he fathers of such families are the thebackbone thebackbone therackbone backbone of the thp Republic RepublicThere RepublicThere RepublicThere There are too many people who do donot donot dolot not lot want to be bothered with children childrenThere childrenThere childrenhere There here are too many unwilling fathers fathersand fathersand fathersnd and nd mothers It was one of the first firstlaws firstla firstaws laws la aws s given to man We Ve oughi certainly certainlyto certainl certainlto to 0 love the children better than we do dothe dothe dohe the he lap dog President Roosevelt has hascalled hascalled hasailed called attention to the question of race racesuicide racesuicide raceuicide suicide Mrs Roosevelt is thankful that thatshe thatshe thathe she he is a mother and can bring her child children children childen ¬ ren en up to be American citizens I wish wishI wishcould I could say sa to the world Stop this race racesuicide rac racsuicide raceuicide suicide If you dont want families familiesdont familiesdont famiiiesonI dont onI get married marriedPOSTOFFICE marriedPOSTOFFICE marriedOSTOFFICE POSTOFFICE ACCOUNTS TO TOBE TOBE TOBE BE CLOSELY SCRUTINIZED SCRUTINIZEDAs As a result of the administrative in investigation investlgaUon inestigatlon ¬ vestigation being conducted by Acting ActingPostmaster Actin ActinPostmaster Actiriostrnaster Postmaster General Wynne one it Is an announced announced anounce4 ¬ nounced that the auditing of special specialaccounts specialccounts pecialaccounts accounts in the PoBtofllce Department Departmentwill DepartmentI I will till no longer be by courtesy as hat hatbeen ht hthe hseen been he een en the case In the past pastIt pastIt pastIt It has been disclosed that this syp syptem S1rtern nyrem tem em in which certain accounts were werealways warealways woreiways always given the benefit of the doubt doubtwhoa c10ubtwho doubthoet whoa who hoet It came to a close construction constructionof of r the law will no longer prevail Iflr Iflrstead I Istefld Itefid stead tefid the auditors office has been in instructed instructed intructed structed to scrutinize carefully each eachHem eachitem eachLem Hem HemIn itemIn Lem LemIn In this hi8 way WR it is expected to lamely larcelvcurtail l1rcahcurtail lamelyurtaul curtail the lavish expenditures ytalvu ytalvuit wbiuis V i 1J 1JIt it ie alleged allc ed has marked J the opcratioii opcratioiiof of I certain divisions divisionsI I INDEX N TO TODAYS TIHES TIHESThe T1ESiThe 2C iThe The President id idRed Praises Taft TaftRed TaftRed Red Cross Minority Expelled ExpelledPension ExpeUcdPension ExpelledPension Pension Clerks Charge Favoritism Fayoritism2N Favonitisu2Naval 2 2N 2Naval Naval al Electricians Underpaid Underpaid3Geat Underpaid3Geat 3 3Geat Great Catholic Federation Planned Planned4Methodist Plannei4Methodist 4 4Methodist Methodist Appointments Ap ointments Are Not No1Ready NotRea N NReady Ready ReadyEvents Rea ReadyEvent y yEvents Events in Alexandria Alexandria5BasebaIl Alexandria5Basebdil 5 5BasebaIl Baseball Racing and Other OtherSport6Editorials OlbeiSpoIts OlbeiSpoItsEditoriaJs Sports 5 6Editorials 6EditorialsManquise < < > = Editorials EditorialsMarquise I IMarquise Marquise de Fontenoy FontenayPoliticai FontenoyPolitical FontenoypoJitica Political Gossip Gossip7In Gossip7In 7 7In In Societys Realm8At Realm Realm8At 8 8At At the Local Theaters TheatersgMatyland gMaxyIand 9 Maryland and Virginia News NotexeFinance Note NoteslaFinance I 10 laFinance Finance and Commerce CommercemaUnusual I Il2Unusual 12 l2Unusual Unusual Request of Prisoner PrisonerGeorgetown PisonerGeorgetown I Georgetown Wants Parks ParksILL ParksILL ParksIii I IVETERAN ILL mm piio piiomm PR PROMPTS PROMPTSVETEA rI1PTS mm TO TORobert 8UIIOIRobert SUICIDE SUICIDERobert Robert Fosrtsch Fo rtsch Shoots Himself HimsellWhile HimselfvVhile HimselWhile While on Post of Duty DutyFeeble DutyFeeble DutyJ Feeble J ceble health was the motive which whichprompted wbichprompted whiciwompted prompted Robert Foertsch an aged agedwatchman agedwatchman age agemvatchman watchman of the Winder Building BuildingSeventeenth BuihUngSeventeenth Building5eventeenth Seventeenth and F Streets to blow b ow out outhis outhis ou ouiis his brains while on duty early this thismorning thismorning thi thinorning morning His Hislifeless lifeless body Was was found In Ina Ina I IC a C chair on the first floor by a brother brotherwatchman brotherwatchman brothasatchman watchman At his feet was lying a forty fortytour fortyfour fortyour tour our caliber revolver mute evidence o ohe of ofthe ofthe the he deed while a dent in the wall show showed showed showtd ¬ ed where the bullet had lodged Ioded it ham having ha haing hamng ¬ ing ng passed through his beadFor bead beadFor headFor For nearly thirtynine years Foertsch Foertschhad Foertschhad Foertscliad had been employed by the Government Governmentas as a watchman w Chman He was a civil war vet veteran veteran vetran ¬ eran ran and had obtained the position Im Immediately immediately imnediately ¬ mediately after the close of o the thesreat thesreatconflict great greatconflict grea greaonfilct conflict A disease of the throat and andpartial andpartial ant antnrtial partial nrtial paralysis of the arms caused causedhim cansedbim caunem caunemUrn him great suffering and for a number numberof numberof numbcf

of f years he had been unable to consume consumesubstantial consumetubfJtantial consummubetantial substantial food These factors factorsare are be believed believed beleveel ¬ lieved to have been the causes which whichImpelled whichimpelled while whilempelled Impelled him to take his life lifeAs lifeAs lifeAs As usual Foertsch reported for work workat workat won wonit at it 11 oclock oc tk last night He attired attiredhimself attiredhimself attireiimself himself In the regular uniform uoJormand and im immediately immediately imnediately ¬ mediately went to his post on the first flrstfloor firstfloor firs firsioor floor There was nothing unusual in his hismanner hismanner hi hinanner manner to indicate that his suffering sufferingwas sUfferingas sufferinivas was as mere intense although he showed showedBO BO 10 disposition dI8 itloD to oonverse converse That was wasthe wasthe Wa Wahe the he la last t saf 1Jan epn a of G him alive aliveShorOy aliveShT aliveShert1 ShorOy after 8 oclock Watchman WatchmanSteiaer WatchmanSteiner WatchmaitteiserU Steiner tteiserU jtte > jp Ir ar oj oter tJaeCupantor er occupant of the theiHiiWtes l lbUHdtJi tin tintuftdtisg bUHdtJi iHiiWtes fr fcJRt j1 iiir ser taHtest ff irlwpfl tejsl rt4 rt4Foertsch c coertselm trf trfFoertsch Foertsch heard a iofseen 1ofe o1e on n the firsffloor firsffloorThe first floor floorhe ool oolTbe The he sound echoed through the corridors corridorsbut corridorsbut corridorstut but tut Steiner Stei rdld did lie not investigate inv sUgate belie beliiwing beli beliing belieag ing ag his comrade had merely dropped droppedsomething dropped droppedsomething droppeomething something somethingIt omethingIt It is the custom custom of the guards to blow blowa biosL a L sharp blast from a whistle every ever hour hourto hOurto hOu to 0 inform the other watchman that nil nilis al alS 111 111is is S well Promptly at 1 oclock oclo < k St Steine Steinethistled inor inorwhistled lncrwbistled whistled and waited for the answering answeringcall answeringcall anaweniniall call all Several minutes elapsed but 10 10response 10response i iesponse response came Then he whistled again againbut againbut againat but at still there was no reply replyFearing replyFearing replyFearing Fearing that his friend Irl nd had met with withjvil WithCi1 withvii jvil vii Steiner hastened down the stair stairway stairway stairray ¬ way calling loudly Robert Robert RobertSpeak RobertSpeak Robertpeak Speak to me Robert He reached the thetower thelower thiDwer tower Dwer i floor In a minute and glancing glancing3own gJancingdown glancinowa down owa the hall saw Foertsch Foerts < h sitting in inLhe inthe ii iihe the he chair with blood streaming from fromaping a aaping agaping aping wound behind the ear Life was was2xtinct wasextinct wa waxtinct extinct extinctHorrlfted 2xtinctHorrified xtinctHorrified Horrified and overcome with grief griefSteiner biefSteiner griefteiuer Steiner hastily summoned assistance and andinformed andinformed ant antstormed informed the police of the suicide The Thebody Thebod Tinoily bod body was then taken to tothe the morgue morgueThe m morgueThe rguc rgucThe The suicide is survived by a widow widowind widowand widosnd and nd five children three daughters and andtwo andtwo an anwo two wo sons The funeral will > J1 take place placeaext plactext next ext Thursday at 220 22 oclock from thefamil thiemily the thefamily famil family residence reic nce and interment will be bemade beI him himmade made at Arlington Cemetery cemet ery Foertscli Foertscliwas Foertscbwas I was 755 a member of the G A R having havingbeen havingbeen bavlnieec been eec a corporal in the Thirtyeighth ThirtyeighthXew Thirtyeightlew I New ew York Volunteers VolunteersOPTIONS VolunteersI VolunteersPTIONS VolunteersPTIfflISDN I OPTIONS PTIfflISDN ON HALL OF OFv OFI OFRECORDS v RECORDS RECORDS AY BE PARE PAREAmount PARErnount I oM Amo Amount rnount n to 35000 More e Than Appro Appropriation Appropriation p ppriation priation priationThe priationThe priationThe The Treasury Department will no noproceed Dot Dotproceed notroceed proceed roceed further with the acquisition o oproperty of ofproperty oroperty property in the square selected for thi thisite the thesite thuito site ito of the Hall of Records until Asistant As Asiistant Assistant iistant Secretary Taylor resumes his hisduties his hisduties himuties duties Mr Taylor has been ill fo foseveral for forseveral foieveral several days The Supervising Architect Architecthas Architecthas Architectas has as gone as far as he can c n under the pro provisions provisions proisions ¬ visions of the sundry civil bill which whichmade whichmade whiettaule made taule an an appropriation of 400000 for forthe forthe ox oxme the me purchase of the property propertyOptions propertyOptions propertyOptions Options have been obtained on all lots loirIn lotsin In 1 the square The aggregate of th thMSt the theflOst tImEDat MSt Dat however is about 535000 35000 more than thaithe thanthe thanie the ie Secretary of the Treasury Is au authorized authorized auionized ¬ thorized to pay payTho payThe payThe The report of the Supervising Architect Architectas as been sent to Secretary Shaw and In Intvrn inturn Inxrn turn xrn submitted to Assistant Secretary Secretaryraylor ScretaryTaylor Secretaryaylor Taylor aylor for or an investigation iDv stgation of values It ItIs Itm Is m believed that the assistant secretary secretarywill secretaryVBl secretaryill will ill recommend a scaling down in ECV ECVsral fCVfral scvisi sral isi of the options among which will be bethose 1 1ose bethose those ose given by Secretary of State Hay Hayand HayamI Hayad and ad Senator Stewart StewartThe StewartThe StewartThe The Secretary of o the Treasury baa se selected selected settoted ¬ lected the Baptist Church site upon upoiwhich uponhiel1 uponhich which hiel1 to crccj ere the new public pUbliebuilrling pUbliebuilrlinglor huilcllnttor building buildingin tor in Atlanta Ga The price paid is 10 lfa lfaW lfal W 00 10 The Southerns 5outhernsPalm Palm Limited LimitedJpjtl LimitedWitl Limitedli l Jpjtl li IMI dtoconUmi d dieottintml ICI nUnnt < > j1 < l r fur tlt time S season RSJW on April S SMI SaIIt 5t MI t e train leaving vraiMugion WashiIlg 021 p ui thate that THE HE PRESIDENT LAUDSTAFTS LAUDS LAUDSTAFTS LAUDSTAFTS TAFTS ADMINISTRATION A INISTRA TION TIONci < ci < 1i 1 1SALIENT SALIENT FEATURES IN THE THEPRESIDENTS TIIEPRESIDENTS I IPRESIDENTS PRESIDENTS FARGO SPEECH SPEECHThe IThe I ITheadminislration The Theadminislration administration in the Philippines is incorruptibly honest justice justiceis is as jealously safeguarded as here at home homeI I asked that a still further reduction in tariff should be made It Itwas Itwas Itwas was not granted by the last Congress but I think that In some some shape itwill It Itwill itwUJ will be granted by the next I 1There IThere iThere There will doubtless here and there occur in the Philippines sporadic sporadicincreases sporadIcIncreasc sporadicIncreases increases of armed brigandage brigandageI I would not admit that fhe he American regular Is i inferior to any any other otherregular otherregular otherregular regular soldier in the world in fact if it were worth while to boast I Ishould IshouJd Ishould should be tempted to say he was the best bestWhen bostWhen bestWhen When confusion occurs o curs in mobilizing the army suddenly it Iseasyand Iseasyandnatural ls Ise e sy syand syandnatural l nd ndnatural natural but entirely improper to blame the men who hapen to be in office officeinstead officeinstead offi e eInstead instead of the system which Is really responsible responsibleCHESAPEAKE responsibleCHESAPEAKE 1 + 1CHESAPEAIE CHESAPEAKE BEACH TO BAR BARALL BARALL BARALL ALL MONTE CARLO PROJECTSMajority PROJECTS PROJECITSM PROJEOTSAajorIty M Majority jOrit Stockholders Stockhol ers Decide That Road Shall Be Double DoubleTracked DouhleTracke DoubleTracked Tracked With Electricity Eledrlcit for Motive Pdtoer PdtoerTo Po PoerTh er erTo To Be a Family Resort The Chesapeake Beach Railroad is to tobe tobe tc tcbe be changed Into an electric road rei ad This Thiswas Thiswas Thu Thuwas was decided last night at a special meeting meet meeting meetIng ¬ ing of the directors of the road who whoconvened whoconvened winconvened convened at the general offices of the thecompany thecompany thicompany company in New York Avenue The Theminority Theminority Tinminority minority stockholders arc to be ignored ignoredDavid IgnoredDavid ignoredDavid David H Moffatt of Denver Col Colwho Colwho Colwho who owns 84 per cent of the stock has hasdecided hasdecIded hamdecided decided the popular resort shall not be beclosed becloied in incioed closed down d wn and whatever Improvements Improvementshe he wishes to make shall be made with without without without ¬ out heeding the wishes of the minority minoritystockholders minoritystockholders minortistockholders stockholders of the road roadBy roadB roadBy By B resolution adopted at the special specialmeeting specialmeeting speciameeting meeting of the owners last night the theMonte theMonte tinMonte Monte Carlo features of the resort are areto arcto I Ito to be eliminated and an the pleasure re resort resort resort ¬ sort made one for families Vbe The hotel hotelwill hotelwill hotewili will be remodeled and refurnished and andeverything andeverything andeverything everything possible done d ne for the accom accommodation accommodation accommodatlon ¬ modation of the patrons patronsThe PfltroDJThp patronThe The vaudeville attractions will be of ofthe ofthe 01 01the I Iclass the kind particularly p rticularly pleasing to the best bestclass bestclass class of visitors and the season will open openas openall openas as soon after the 15th of May Mayas as the theweather thewCltber theweather weather warrants Every precaution will willbe wHIbe willbe be taken ta1rcn by the company to make theresort the theresort theresort resort attractive to the people of o Wagh Waghitfgttfn W Wahitldna h hltfgtdn itldna itfgttfn 3 3nd tdtn d an t1reebaage entire c change p1 pfpoUey pfpoUeywill pCpoH pollcy pollcywill Y Ywl11be will wl11be be inaugurated inauguratedThe InaugurateThe inauguratedThe The work of converting the present presentsteam presenlsteam presentsteam steam line will begin after the summer summerDecree summerGOURT summerIIIIIIIJRT GOURT ORDERS SALEOF SALE SALEOF OF f Em G NILES HORSES HORSESDecree Decree in Suit for Accounting on onMrs 011Mrs onMrs Mrs L B Hughes EstateJustice Estate EstafeJustice EstateJustice Justice Hagner today signed a decree decreeordering decreeordering decreeordering ordering the horses owned by Attorney AttorneyEdward AttorneyEdward AttorneyEdward Edward G Nibs to be sold soldThe soldThe soldThe The order oner was made in the suit of the theUnion theUnion theUnion Union Trust Company of New York Yorkagainst Yorkagainst Yorkagainst against J Attorney Niles in connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith with the settlement settJ ment of the estate of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs Mrs Louise Beauchamp Hughes the thewidow thewidow thewidow widow of David M L Hughes of New NewYork XewYork NewYork York YorkIn YorkIn YorkIn In the original proceedings instituted institutedby Institutedby institutedby by the Union Trust Company a discovery discoveryand discoveryand discoveryand and an acoountiag acmDti g was demanded of Mr MrNiles MrNiles lr lrNiles Niles in relation to his management of ofMrs ofMrs olMrs Mrs Hughes estate staie It was allegedthat alleged allegedthat alle ed edthat that he obtained from her estate over 50000 in cash and valuable personal personalproperty personalroDerty personalproDerty property propertyOn proDertyOn roDerty roDertyOn On the petition of the trust company companyJustice companyJustice companyJustice Justice Hagner appointed the Washing Washington Washington Vnshington ¬ ton Loan and Trust Company receiver receiverto to take charge of the assets of Mrs MrsHughes MrsHughes lrs lrsHughes Hughes estateIn estate estateIn pstateIn In the receiversreport recelvers report filed today too a it itis itis itis is set forth that Mr Niles contended that thatthe thatthe thatthe the funds received from Mrs lrs Hughes Hughes6l1523 1611523 611523 were for professional services servicesIt It is said he further stated that he did didnot didnot didnot not receive any other moneys nor dia diamonds diaI diamoncis ¬ monds or jewelry with the exception of ofa ofa ofa I a few chromos and pieces of china chinaThe chinsThe chinaThe The receiver r further says sas that Mr MrNiles MrNiles MrNiles Niles turned over in accordance with withthe withthe withthe the order of o court two horses a wagon wagonsleigh wagonsleigh wagonsleigh sleigh and pole harness and other otherparaphernalia otherparaphernalia otherparaphernalia paraphernalia paintings bronzes bronzescrockery bronze3crocleT bronzescroclery crockery crocleT and bricabrac bricabracThe bricabracTht bnicabracThe The order of the court today provides providesonly proldegonl providesonly only onl for the sale of the horses at either eitherprivate eitherprivate eitherprivate private or public sale after advert advertise adertlsement advertisement Ise IseTRUE ment mentTRUE mentTRUE TRUE BILL AGAINST AGAINSTJAMES AGAINSTJ AGAINSTJAMES JAMES J AM S H TILLMAN TILLMANCOLUMBIA TILLMANCOLU1BJA TILLMANCOLUMBIA COLUMBIA S C April 7 7It It is re reperted rerted reperted perted rted that the grand jury has return returned returnIf returnrd ¬ ed If a 1 true bill against James H Tillman Tillmanfor TiJ1mafor Tiilmaifor for the th murder of N G Gonzales and andalso andaJ9 andelse also aJ9 < > on the charge of carrying con conceaied conceaied coneaied ceaied weapons The latter charge oc occurs occurs ocruns ¬ curs in the liraictmcifTfor murder where wheresuch whcresuch wheresuch such weapon was used usedAGREEMENT usedAGREEMENT usedAGREEMENT AGREEMENT NOT COMPLETED COMPLETEDLIVERPOOL COMPLETEDLIVERPOOL COMPLETEDLIVERPOOL LIVERPOOL April 7 7Lor4 Lord Inver Inverclyde Inverclyde layerclyde clyde presiding at a meeting of the theCunard theCunard theunard Cunard unard officials today said the subsidy subsidyagreement subsidyagreement subsidyugreement agreement with the government had not notyet notret notret ret been completed The orders for the thenew thenew tImenew new liners he said had not yet et been beenplaced beenplaced beenplaced placed owing to many intricate details detailswhich dstailswhich d tans tanswhich which had to tobe be gone over Jo season but for the theaccammodation accommodation o othe of ofthe c cthe the summer visitors the present equip equipment equipment eqJlpmeat ment Is to be rebuilt and every eyeryear car 01 01the on onthe o othe the road will be placed In the repair repaiishop repairshop repaishop shop before beforcplnced placed in use The road will wilbe willbe Wi Wibe be operated in the best possible manne mannethis manneithis mannethis this summer President Syl T Smith o oChicago of ofChicago c cChicago Chicago will remain in Washington th thremainder the theremainder lbremainder < remainder of the week and see that tbi tbiImprovements the theimprovementS Uiimprovements Improvements agreed upon last nigh nighare nighare I Iare are carried out outThe outThe The minority minorilystockholders stockholders are op opposed opposed opposed ¬ I posed to the plans as as adopted last night nighiand nighand I Innd and may try to stop them This doenot doe doenot does I not cause any uneasiness to the majority majorityinterests majorItyInterests majonitInterests interests as they stand ready to nuj nujout huy ha haout i iout out any and all who oppose the plan planas planf planas i ias as agreed upon This morning the ms msnorlty mi miIority mlnonity norlty stockholders had changed their thciiminds the theminds I Iminds minds and may enter into the spirit spirito p pimprovement o oImprovement i iimpr improvement impr vement with zeal zealPaul zealPaul i iPaul Paul Waters executive secretary an angeneral rim rimgeneral n1 i igeneral general manager said The road will bi bioperated be beoperated b boperated operated by steam this summer summerj In th thfall the theIall thfall < fall however the line will be niade 21 21electric a aelectric n nelectric electric road and new no equipment our ourchased DUr DUrohased nurchased chased for it The Monte Carlo fea features features teatunes ¬ tures will not be permitted and tbj tbjvaudeville the thevaudeville Lbvaudeville vaudeville attractions will be of the kin kintn kinl kinlto hUnto to please the th family visitors The note notewill hotei hoteivill holeuriil will be remodeletf remodelefarid remodele and every ory convent convenFence conenrence conventence ence Installed The majority stockhold stockholders stocltholtlera ¬ ers will have their way and mi d the th minority minoritymust mlnorilymust minorit minoritmust must abide by the consequencesEiEIDS consequences consequencesBut 0008 NOV OFFEREO O O8TEAIIT ON ONSTEV STEV 8TEAIIT ART IN G OfflOA OfflOABut HI CAGa CAGaBut But Mayor Harrisons Friends Ex Express Express Express press Confidence ConfidenceCHICAGO ConfidenceCHICAGO ConfidenceCHICAGO CHICAGO April 7 7Carter Carter H Harrison Harri Harrison Ham Hamton ¬ son Democrat and Graeme Stewart Re Republican Republican Republican ¬ publican head the two principal ticket ticketin ticketsin tlcketxin in the mayoralty election which Is to be bedecided bedecided inlecded decided in Chicago today todayMayor tc tcdayMayor a Mayor Harrison has won three time timein times timesin timexin in similar contests lntes s and has served si siyears six sixrears six sixyears years as mayor ma or Mr Ir Stewart has been beeia beena a L prominent Republican for years and ii iia is isa ixa a a member memb r of the th Republican nationa nationacommittee national nationalcommittee nationacommittee committee Both candidates have made madian madean macitin an unusually vigorous and exhaustfnicampaign exhaustfni ehaustingcampaign eahaustinixampaign campaign and both profess absolute con confidence conhiexice ¬ fidence fi euce as to the result The estimate estimateof estimatesof of their tbeirsnrmnagems unnnagers qange xange from 48000 ma maJority majority maJonity Jority for Stewart to 30000 majority majorityfor majoritjfor mnjonitiror for Harrison The general public expects expectsa a 1 close race with the chances slightly slightlyfavoring slightlyfaYorin shightlravoring favoring faYorin Stewart StewartBotting StewartBotting StewartBotting Botting on the election was firstutrongly firs firsstrongly first firststrong strongly strong In favor of Harrison but yester yeaterday yesterday yesterlay day it was at even money and later lateiStewart laterStewart latexitewart Stewart money could not find takers takerseven takerseven takersmven even at odds As practically all the pro professional profcsslonal proressional ¬ fessional gamblers of the city are sup supporting supporting suplorting ¬ porting Harrison this shift In the bet betting betting betSing ¬ ting ing odds is considered significant For Forthe Forthe Foxhc the hc first time in years ears there Is an inde independent indepfm1ent mdcanclent ¬ pendent anclent labor ticket in the field that th t is islikely islikely isikely likely to influence the theresult result materially materiallyROOSEVELT materiallyROOSEVELT materiallyROOSEVELT ROOSEVELT BOYS BOYSGO BOYSGO BOYSGO GO BACK TO SCHOO SCHOOFamily SCHOUtamily SCHOOL SCHOOLFamily Family amily Reunion at White House Lim Limited Limited Limited ¬ ited to One Day DayThe DayThe DayThe The RooseVelt Ro08e elt family reunion at the theWhite thehlte theVhite White hlte House after the return of Mrs MrsRoosevelt llrsRoosevelt Mrstoosevelt Roosevelt and her children from theraise the thecruise thecruise cruise on the Mayflower and the home homecoming hom homcoming homemorning ¬ coming of Miss 1 S Roosevelt from Porto PortoRico PonoRico PorteUco Rico was not destined de3tin to be longlved longlvedIt It t lasted exactly one day da Individual Individualplans rndliidualplans Individualdana plans dana necessitated ne essltated the sacrifice of o per personal peronal el elsonal ¬ sonal wishes which would have pro prolonged prolonged proonged ¬ longed the Home party until after Easter EasterDay EasterDay Easteray Day DaySchool ay aySchool DaySchool School laws are sometimes somethres Inexorable Inexorablehowever Inexorablhowever inexorablemowever however mowever and nd ao In accordance with the theplan theplan thedan plan dan of the Mayflower cruise as aniounced an announced announced ¬ nounced in The Times TlmeHseveral several weeks weeksago we weeksgo ks ksago ago go the big boys of the family tami re returned returned retuntied ¬ turned to Groton Mass yesterday Tm Tmdays Tenas Jmdays days as vacation at Eastortime Is all that thatIs thatIs thata Is a allowed the students there and Theo Theodore Theo Theodore Theolore ¬ dore Jr and Kermit would woulcf not ask askmore askmore askmore more more than their companions were given givenMiss givpnMiss givenlies Miss lies Roosevelt is said to be contem contemplating con coaternlating m mplating ¬ plating another visit away from Wash Washington Washrigton VashIngton ¬ ington rigton soon so n but details of the planare planareot plan are arenot ar ar110t not ot yet completed lIThe The United States Sent to tothe tothe tothe the Philippines as Upright Uprighta a Group of Officials as asEver asEver asEver Ever Blessed Any Coun Country Country Country ¬ try tryThinks tryThi tryThinks Thinks Thi nks That Furlh Further FurthiReduc FurthiReduction tRed Reduc Reduction uc uclion ¬ tion in inTariff Tariff on Filipino FilipinoArticles FHlpinoArticles FiIiino FiIiinoArticlesWill ArticlesWill Articles Will Be Grantedby Granted Grantedby Graotedby by the theNex Next Congress CongressFARGO CongressFARGO CongressFARGO t FARGO N D April pril 7 iThe The President Presidentspoke Pre Presidentspoke ldent ldentspoke spoke here this morning en n the Philip Philippines Pbllippines Philippines ¬ pines The most notable part of his bisspeech hisspeo hisspeech speech speo h was that in which be took occasims occa occasion occaslon ¬ sims to declare the faith r lth of the adminis administration administration adminustratlon ¬ tration in Governor Taft TaftThere TaftThere TaftThere There is rea reason n to believe t that at this thftparagraph thl3paragraph thisparagraph paragraph which was not la the Presi Presidents Preliierits Presidecits ¬ dents erits speech as at first prepared was wasbrought wasbrought wasbrought brought out by b the publicity publlei that has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen been given to the recent attacks on onGovernor onGo onGovernor Go Governor ernor Taft This is th the last of ha hafive bofive hefive five Administration speeches which were weraplanned wer werpJmned wereplanned planned by the President PrsI cat before b > ore he left leftWashington leftashingt9n leftWashington Washington WashingtonQuotes WashingtonQuotes ashingt9n ashingt9nQuotes Quotes Former President PresidentThe PresidentTbe PresidentThe The President began by quoting qt otlDg fromPresident from fromPresident fromPresiilent President McKInleys speeeh to the thaThirteenth theThirteenth theThirteenth Thirteenth Minnesota Volunteers on the theoccasion theoccasion theoccasion occasion of their return from the Philip Philippines Philippines Philippines ¬ pines where they had hadaerved served with the theFirst theFirst theFirst First North Dakota Volunteers Hesaid He Hesaid Hesaid said saidf f After heartily thanking the returned returnedsoldiers roturnPQsoldiers returnedsoldiers soldiers for their valor alor and patriotism patriotismand p patriotismand triotisI1 triotisI1and and their contemptuous refusal to be bedaunted beI bedaunted I daunted or 0 misled by the outcry outer raised raisedat ralsEdt raisedat at t home by the men menof of little IIttJ faith who whowished whowished whowished wished us to abandon the islands Presi President President President ¬ dent McKinley spoke of tbs th islands islandsthemselves Islandsthemseles islandsthemselves themselves as follows followsThat followsThat followsThat That Congress will provide for forthem forthem forthem them a government which will bring bringthem bringthem bringthem them blessings which will promote their theirmaterial thelrmaterial theirmaterial material interests intere t5 as well as advance advancetheir adancctheir advancetheir their people in the path of civilization civilizationand civilizationand eiviiizatioand and intelligence 1 confidently believe believeThey teIieeThey bsiieveThey > They will not be governed governed2s as vassals or orserfs or5crfsor orserfs serfs 5crfsor or slaves They will be given a agovernment agovernment agovernment government of liberty regulated by bylaw byJawhonestIy bylaw ¬ law JawhonestIy honestly administered without oppressing op oppressing oppressing ¬ pressing exactions taxation without withouttyranny withouttyrann WI thotut thotuttyranny tyranny justice without bribe education educationwithout educationwithout educationwithout without distinction of social canfiition canfiitionfreedom cenflitionfreedoIIl cenditionfreedoxa freedom of religious re lglou worship anji an pro proteettotvin protee proteetIo teettotvin tee teetIo lii II life li liberty as ttltttb tne tli pursuit pursuitol ol happinessIcKinleyfs happiness happlnesSMc Mc IcKinleyfs Ieys Woidsr WodaFtilfilled WodaFtilfilledWhat voids Fulfilled FulfilledWhat FuIfill d dU U What at be said then lajr la in te tS t > realm realmof realc1of realmp1 of promise Now it lies IIesln hi the realm realmof realmof realmof of positive performance pertorma ca it Is a good goodthing goodthIng goodthng thing to look bade upon what has las been beensaid beensaid beensaid said and compare compsreIt it with the record ord of ofwhat ofwhat If Ifwhat what has actually been dons iloni If prom promises promises prommeg ¬ ises are violated Ii plighted werd is isnot isnot isnot not kept then those who bare failed in intheir fntheir intheir their duty should be held up to repro reprobation reprobation reprobation ¬ bation bationIf bationHIf bationIf HIf If on the theother other hand to t tbt promise promiseshave promisehave > s shaye have been substantially made good if ifthe itthe ifthe the achievement aehievementh8s has kept pace aa lad store storethan more morethan atonethan than kept pace with witnthe the prophecy tin tlWl1 tlWl1th tb a athey aihy th they j who made the one and are responsi responsible responsible responsibitt ¬ ble for the other oth r are entitled of jut jurtright jutright justright right to claim the credit which attaches attachesto I to those who serve the nation well This Thiscredit Thiscredit Thiscredit credit I claim for the mea ea who have havemanaged havemanaged havemanaged managed so admirably the military and andthe andtbe sadthe the civil affairs of the Philippine Isl Islands Islands Isiands ¬ ands and for those other mea who 10 have haveso hayeso haveso so heartily backed them in Coagress Coagressand Coagressand Congressandwlthout and andwlthout without whose aid and support not notone notone notone one thing could have been accom accomplished accomplished aceompUshed ¬ plishedThe plishedThe plished pUshedThe The President eelogized the work of ofthe c cthe ofthe the army in the Philippine eawpaKn esmpaitnand eawpaKnand ClUBpainnnd and said instances inst Ilces of cruelty erueIt were the theexception th thexception theexception > exception not the e rule even under the thagreatest thegreatest thegreatest greatest provocation provocationAmerican provocatIonAmerican provocationAmerican American Officials Lauded LaudedIn LaudedUIn UIn In Governor Taft and his aseoeiaps aseoeiapswe Eociai PI PIwe we sent to the Filipinos as upright as asconscientious asconscientious 1S 1Sconscientious conscientious and as able a a group cf cfadministrators r rndmlnlstrators efadministrators administrators as ever any country has haSlbeen ha habeen > s sbeen been blessed with having With them and andunder anlunder andunder under thn them we have associated the bent bstmen bt bentinca > t tmen men among the Filipinos so that the thegreat thegreat thegreat great majority of o the officials including includingmany i includingninny eJudintmany many ot the highest rank are them themselves themselves themselves ¬ selves natives of the islands The ad administration administration administration ¬ ministration is ineorritpUfely honest bonestjustice honestbustice aonestjustice justice is i as jealously safeguarded as ashere ashere aslucre here at home homeThe homeThe homeThe The government is conducted purely purelyinJhe purplYilJhe purelyinhe inJhe interests of the people of the isl islands Islands isimuds ¬ ands they are protected in their reli religious reUglous religlous ¬ glous and civil rights they bare save been beengiven bt beeniven > en engiven given iven an excellent and well adminis administered adminlsterfd adnuinistoned ¬ toned school system and each of them themnow themnow themnow now enjoys enj y rights to life liberty and andthe andthe andthe the pursuit of happiness 3ftpin SUCH such as as were werenever werenever wnremover never before knows in all the history historyof of f the Islands IslandsThe IslandsThe IslandsThe I The Congress which has Just ad adjourned adjourned adFoamed ¬ journed has passed legislation legl laUoa of l high highimportance hbnimportance highimportance importance and great wisdom in 11 tae in interests intercsts iiiLerosts ¬ terests of the Filipino people First and andforemost andforemost sailoremost foremost they conferred upon them by byjaw bylaw bylaw law the present admirable civil govern government government governsietat ¬ ment in addition they gave them an ex excellent etcellent exellent ¬ cellent currency they tbe passed a measure measureallowing measureallowing measureullowing allowing the organization of a native nativeconstabulary nativeconstabulary nativeonstabuIanynd constabulary onstabuIanynd and they provided in th thinterests the theinterests thenterests interests of TOO roe io islands for a redaction redactionof of if twentyflvaper cent in the tariff on onFilipino onFIHplno oniIIpno Filipino iIIpno articles brought t to this countryasked country countryI I asked that a still further reduction reductionshould reductionshould reductionhould should be made It was not granted bv bvthe bythe hrhe the he last Congress but I think that in insome insome inome some ome shape ha It will be granted by the thenext ttf ttfnext tiemost next And nd even without it the record recordof recordor recordif of if legislation in the interests interestsot of theFHiplnos the theFilipinos C Cihipinos Filipinos ihipinos Is one with ith whlojj wb whicjxswc w a hij hijright hO hOright hijr a aight right to feel great satistetfy sat satMoreover sntIajc sntIajcMoreover v P Moreover Congress r I ed Jr4 Jr4C C > 4 4c 4r c r f I

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