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STATUS OF THE TERRITORIES.
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Wa#hJr*Ctor>. Dec. 19.—Th? United Btt?*
giifwdnf Court again wan crowd?*! in \\*
full rafxichy to-day to hvr the #*onBul
-tng •rffument* in the #-s*#e* involving the
•#t\m of !\>rto Rico and th* Philippines*,
vmom; ihos#* who m*# ur?d points of van*
igo Hi the nreu r?*?rvc<l for the bar wa
Jude* Day. who aa Secretary of State
, jrin* the critical *.<*>* of the war with
Spain, ond later ** head of the Amtrican
who necol'stfd th# treaty
peace at Pari#, wan one of the moat in
r’uentlal factor* In shaping thr condition*
now under dlsrumHon before the court.
Former Secretary CartMa and other
i romtnenl member* of the bar and of the
•wo house* of Oongrw* were prewent.
Attorney (iecMral Griicx* ••onduwle.l the
presentation of the government ? caae.
t ihoratlnf the potu.a he **nun#-iatHl y?a
terday. One of th#-*** way th? <ll*tln< lion
between oC|r*Tl4x*<l territories and unor
x >rv.zcd territory under the Jur sdlctlon of
the I‘nlted States. Jtmtlce Brewer had
the Attorney General to make clear
hi* \lrr* on this #)t*tin< tlon.
Mr. Grlgc* took up territory after ter
ritory. show tit? In each c**e that It came
mder the operation of the law* of the
United State* hv an act of <*ongreM
••pedflcally extending the law* to the ter
ritory and not ex-proprio vlgore. He raid
that while Khode Inland and South rar
ollna Mood OUtaide of the I’nion they
were treated a* foreign atute*. and when
they ultimately aneented to the Union,
t’ongr* ss‘passed a law extending the rev
enue laws to them •
In the cie of the Attorney
General wait! that ill the de,-lar.itlon* of
Jefferson were to the effect that In order
t come under the o|#*nitkm of the law>
e' the I’lilted Bt.de* tho*e law* mu*t le
< xpticitly extended to new'
.leffereon select##*! certain act* to l>e Im
nsdUttefy extended and other* to be ex
tended from time to time a* might he
The Attorney General directed attention
In the Inwtance of ihe inquisition of Fiorl
da. to the fact that three American
►tat#-mi n. Monroe. John Quincy Adams
Aialrew Jackson, each of whom wa*
elected President of the t’nited Brute*,
i *ilt#-d In d#‘daring offir.ally that the eon
tuition di#l not apply of it* own force to
territory newly acquired by this nation,
bv virtue of the act of acquivlllon, but
that *uch xtenwlon moil lx* .rccompilshed
i>\ the action of t'ongTeee.
Mr Gritcgt# al*o *pecitlc<l the territorial
oiMtnixarbav of Oregon. Missouri. Mon
f.ino and \V\otnltik' In each <*•*• ahowing
that Uorutrfe* #perideally extended the
•aw* t three territories.
Flnallv a* to the extension of law* to
the territories Mr. Grigg* said th it by
act of Congress in 1971. Congress had ex
pressly extended the ronztltution and fed
eral law* to the “organised
and to every territory, “hereafter organ
ised " But the gr| wen’ no further than
‘ organised terrdorie*," and could not !*e
lnterj*ret*s| to mean that expanse of coun
try entirely unorganized. The Guano
!*l in*le were cited In support of the prop
osition that territory m.ty la*long to. or Ik*
under the Jurisdiction of the United States
without being h part of the United State*
Over seventy different Island*, key* and
group* of islands have tints I>e?n taken
possession of. and made for such apectal
pur | wise* the property of the United
♦Mater They enjoy certain privilege* un
der the law and the United State* Su
preme Court has recognise*! their statu*,
hut they are not a part of the United
Justice Brewer and llarl.in asked a num
l*er of question*.
Juwtb-o Brewer asked If the Attorney
General held that a* Congress extended
the constitution and laws to the organis
ed territories. Congress also could take
them away from the territories,
Mr. Grlgg* answer#*! that this wa* a
roost serious question, but he thought It
safe to say that when th* law* were
one? extend/,! to territories an Inviolable
contract wan created anil could not
Justice Marian asked the Attorney (en
* rai lo Male later on to what extent <*.>n
gress could Impw a tariff lo be colte, led
again, t Roods coming from New Mexico.
Arizona anil Alaska. Justice Brewer also
reminded Mr. Qrlgg* that Oklahoma wa*
not Included In (lie treaty taking In the
1-oulsl.itM anil Mexican territory, ami wa*
an apparent exception to 'he rule tfifttort
by the Attorney General Mr. Orlgge
raid lhal Fongr**-. at It* la*l *e**lon. In
effect. <ferlar*i| that the existing tariff
law* were applicable again*! the good* ol
I*ooo Rico. Thl was In Ihe act of last
Mareh. remitting to Porto Rich certain
duties collected “under exllng law."
Thin, Mr. Grlgg* declared, wa* an a*or
tlon by both branches of the prescii, Oon
gres* that the tariff acl which wen the
“existing law" operated against Porto
Justice White a*ked *ho Attorney Gen
eral If ha claimed that Congress could
►o exempt territories from Ihe liw* a* to
give them privilege* not enjoyed by the
Mr. Grtggs responded that he did o
• latm. lhae In fan the territories hal
tieen for year* exempted from Internal
revenue and direct taxes.
The Attorney General referred to the
celebrated ease of Loughborough versus
Blake, whereupon Justice Harlan, reading
from that decision, asked Mr. Grlgg* what
Chief Justice Marshall meant In saying
“The *power to lay and roller, duties.
Imposts and excises, may tie exercised,
and must be exercised ‘throughout the
I'ntted State*.' "
Mr. Grlgg* said “throughout the I'nlted
States" referred lo the states of the
I’nlon, but Justice Harlan |wtnti*d out
that li refarerd also to the District of Co
lumbia and the lerrwory west of the Mis
Mr. Grtggs closed his five hour* speech
with a brilliant and eloquent peroration.
Instead of seeking strict and narrow
construction he concluded the power* of
ihe executive and legislative branches hsd
been so construed a* to give them o wise
and safe discretion. o that the day would
I— hastened when we might give lo these
new peoples aelf-government and lo some
of them perhaps ft place In Ihe galaxy of
Mr Aldrich will close for Ihe plaintiff
In the Philippine case 10-morrow and Ihe
cases then will be submitted.
Harvard's Hasehall Sehednle.
Cambridge. Mass.. Dec. IV - The Harvard
T’nlv-rally liaseboli schedule for next
April 13. Virginia at Cbartottasvllle, Va.;
AftfU M, Trinity at Durbftft, N. C,
MRS. BREWER RECOMMENDS PERONA
The Homo of Mrs. Lizzie M. Brewer at Westerly, R. I.
In a letfei to I>r ll.irtm.in cooremlnx
the merit* f IV-ru-na. .Mr*. Brewer
write*, .iinooii other tfit.
WUSTKKIaY. B I
*‘lear !>r. Harinvin I tin#! IV-rti-na •
■ure cur#* for all catarrhal affect lone **>
otnmofi in thle i*art of the country, it
cure* a cold a: once. There I* no couftu
medicine that -*n it ill riual Pe-ru-fMi
A- for la grlpp#. there no other ren
rdv that can at all compare with IV
' I am amnns f;t# nick a great deal In
our city and have aupnlied many In
valid* with IV-ru-na. eimply bacauae I
•in enthti*laetb' in my fa'th .<* ♦• It* rv
*ult*. I have never known it to fall to
quickly and p'**manent!y remove th
demoralized state of the human ay*tent
which follow* la grippe
“In ail cajser of extreme weakne** I
ti*e IV-ru-ni with p*rf#*# t mnfldenc** of
i% zooi re*int in ca*e* of weakne**
peculiar to my *cx 1 run *ure that no
I* 4 malnz * onldrrlilr Talk In At
lanlM->M)or '! \%lihlra*
Atlanta. le. 19 The question of Ma>-
o.’ Jamc* P. Woodward'* renutnation.
wbloh wa* handed to Council Monday, and
le now before the holy ha* been the
mibjeet of eomuderable dlecu**lon. owlnß
to the fict that the rerlgnitlon read*:
'To be effective when i#nl# re*l Rome
contend that the city ie without •• Mayor,
while other* ►tote that the rc*l*mati*a
car be withdrawn If the Mayor j-o dealtea.
aiMft he cannot be removed from ofh •
without lmjHachm*nt pmcrellniM
Thi* queation wa* a*krd Uit% Attorney
An#|er*on. und he gave it a* hie opinion,
withou. the leapt heoltatlon. that the re>#-
iKnation not in effect. anl If the May
or *•> deafred he could withdraw it. He
cited Be f|>n 1T24 of Dilion on municipal
corporal tone part of wnlch aectlon read*
* follow* Re*icnatlon of municipal offi
cer* “Acceptance by th‘ corjwir.itinn ►
•v common S.ttv ncreN*art to a (-oi)umnn
tion of the resignation. .nd until accepted
by proper authority, the tenb'r or tiff* r
to realjrn i* ravokable."
If will lie readily aeen from thl* de
cision that Mayor Wbo-Im ml |* rot only
*t!ll In office, i>ut !*• aide to continue in
'>fflw to the end of hi* term. *hould be
*ee fit to the
Council *tlll ha* th* pi|M>r in It*
*ion. to I** acte#l on at the meeting to
be held Friday, next. The Mayor ha*
c#mti)unicHt#‘! with no one. and hi* In
tent In the matter I* unknown
A* a conaequence of M.ivor Woodward'#
condition to-day. there may l*e no moot
ing of Council Friday. Th#* Mayor w.** nor
in hi* offl * dunnn the #!a> The Mayor'*
political frleral* lelleve he *hould I*<* giv
en a h#*arlnK of th#* re* Ignat ion. From the
prevent indication* Mayor Woodward will
l>e unable to make a atatement to Coun
cil. an#l hi* friend* may therefore, pre
vent any action on the re*ixn.ition by re
malnlnc away from the mooting in *uffi
clent namber* to prevent a quorum from
If the meeting l wiled to onler Friday
it l- probable that the Mayor** friend*
in Council will move for an immediate ad
journment before the reeigimtiou I* c#mi
tidend. It 1* already evident that the
Mayor* |>olltlcal friend* will make an
effort to prevent action on th#* fx|>er.
a* the general *entiment of Council *eem*
favorable to on acceptance of the re#ta
na t lon
If the matter should #*ome t*> a vote in
the moating there i* little doubt that the
r# jUßfMitton wou.k be accepte#!. It 1* po -
*lh!e that Mayor Woodward will dem n<i a
return of the resignation. It 1* generally
believed in the City Hall that he can
withdraw the paper If he de*irew. If. he
!#mm.#ld It he may or may not get It.
The warrant *worn out by Patrolman
Dobbin* agnlnat Mayor Woodward, on a
charge of carrying concealed weapon*,
ha* not yet been served. The matt# r
rent* In the discretion of the *herlff and
nr will probably wait until the Mayor'*
condition improve* before having the pa
per served on him
n n ion khvk.
Main. #m,lor'> lnira,kr lift* Ho.
Ml- 4 oil—(orolil|..
Waohlnßton. Dor 19. Th- appoint
m-nta mail. In 4h. MoWlf <'o
l-otorltlp to-(lay domonatratoff that It
piya to hr namort after • prominent man.
capwlally If that promlm-nt man hap
jans to hr alive anrt to have a i-lo*- 1 Bn,
on 111* appointing power. The fact that
Cpt. William Frye Tli)la>l! of Annloton
a, a prominent factor In thl* conteel
was Ural tau>d In these dlspalehe*. To
day Capt. Tibbett* was giver, the plum
for which half a dozen or more leading-
Alabama Republicans have been reaching
out their hand*. After a protracted
strug*l* the various candidate* killed
themselves off and It was again an open
light free for all.
Congre*man AWrUlg, hn been par
ticularly strong In favor of Roprweniatlve
Dean* who I* one of hi* con*tltutenl*. but
seeing no chance for him. ho brought out
■ apt. Tlbbett* of Anniston The captain
I* a native of Main,, ami has lieen a resi
dent of Anniston for several year*. Ill*
ehlef ability lay. however. In the fact that
h, was named after the present PresUlcnt
of the Senate. William Frye of Maine. A*
soon a* hi* candidacy was brought to Ihe
attention of Senator Frye, that able, as
tute gentleman began gelling tn his work.
He llrst got Senator Hanna who was In
clined lo favor Mr. Walker to hold up ac
tion Then he got next to Senator Mor
gan and found that the Alabama Senator
was not averse to his namesake. Then he
got to Ihe President anrt the result was
that to-day Ihe President cut the gorillan
knot of Ihe complication, and appointed
the man named after Bill Frye. The old
line H-pubß*'* l ” l of Alabama who have
thought they ought to monopollie all these
offices are sor, over the result but they
have to grin anrt bear It. Capt Tlbbett*
will lie promptly confirmed
* WILL Itt-'l il' MSt THAL.
Santa Fs Railroad len Will hot
Chicago. Dec 11.-The commltlc* repre
senting ihe engineers, firemen, conduc
tors anrt trainmen Of Ihe Santa Fe Rail
way system. Iseuert a statement to-night
that they would remain neutral In the
strike, and regretting that they were un
able to effect a settlement belweetJ the
company and the Jtrikcr#, • >—-
THE MORNING NEWS: THURSDAY. DECE.MREK 20. 190a
other rented) an ap|r<*a hln g'# - *d re
lt“ the action #f l’# -ru-nM It meet*
all the had mmirtofn* to w hich t> male*
ar# aubject. The In cgularttie* and ner
vou*m**. the dehiiuy and miaerto*
winch afflict more or le*s the wocnen
from glrlhiWKl to change of life, arc ow
nihl nil met and overcome by thi* ex
* # Ueiit remedy I wt*h every young
Inly in our e||> could read your book
“Mr* l.lszle M Brewer”
IV-m-na will cure th* woret OZIM of
rMrrh la gr.i p l* acute efddemp*
catarrh, for which Pc-ru-na la a *p#-
Mr* J W. Reynold*. Sow U*bon.
th.o. ufT#'t#‘d for many >ear with
• hrnnlo (dtarrh of th** lung* head tuwl
throat; contlnuou* cough; many phv*l
cl.u.s fullixl to < % tirc. permanently ur and
by Pe-ru-na. Thoti*an!s of teattmontal*
h* pr>luc**l \ valuabl#* treat I**
on catarrh *ent fr#**- by The IV-ru-na
Medicine Untilpany, Columbtia, O.
THE NEW ARMY BILL.
(Continued from Fir*t Pag#.)
th# rank of major, twenty iti*i#*ad ##f
twenty-five with tne rank of cniualn The
giwd * of paymaster .n| deputy
puvmaetet are etrlcken out
In th** Kiitunl Oorp* there I* to he only
one • nion# l three major► and nine m*t'i I
of nineteen, each of ciitain* and flrzt
Th Benate bill provide* only for the
appointment of volunteer officer* to the
grid#* of **cotid Heutermn* In the r*gular
army The head* of the Ordnance De
partment nd of the rtign.vt cr>rp* are to
The maximum *trength la tixe#l In the
fll#wtnir provblon a the clow of the
That when In hi* opinion the condition
In the Philipp no I*l*tide Juatifv auch ac
tion the President k mu horised t*nllM
native* of tho- i*land* for wcrvlce In the
army to be organized a* *'-outs with *uch
ofllt'er* m he ehoil deem nece**ary for
their proper control, or a:* troot> or com
li nl# . •• author?sad by thta act far ♦he
regular army Th#* Prewdent I* further
authorised. In hi* diaoretlon, to form com
p.iiHea. orgati z#*s| a* arc componle* of the
regular army, in gquadrony or boitalkofi*.
with officer- and non-c#*mml**lon#d ofh
err* corre*pond.ng to similar organized lon*
In th* cavalry and infantry arm*-. The
total number of enll#t#d men n *.*ll na
tive org inflation* shall not #-x* **d 12,‘#*.
and th#' total nht i force of the line of
the army, together with such native force,
shall nut exceed at any time lon.ono.”
The field officer* for the native troop*
are alt to b* American* for th* present,
tiut whenever tin Filipino# show tltnea*
for command the Pre*ident l* authorised
to make piovlslonai oelection# from among
liM*n f#r the gra*ic* of first and second
A native regiment of Porto Rican* al*o
Folio wing are the provlfion of the new
"That to fill vacancle* o*'curring from
time to tim- in the aeveral organization*
serving without the limit* of the United
Btate* with train##) men. the Preeklent I*
authorize#! to # nils! recruit* In nunilter*
equal to four per c#nt. In ex#*e** of the
t#*tal *trength authorised for euch organ
“That the Presklent is authorised to
maintain the enli*;cd force of the *everal
orK'inlzatlon* of the army at their maxi
mum strength as fixed by thi* a< | during
the present exigencies of flu* asfvlce or
un*ll auch (Ini# a* Uotigre## may heieaf
"That nothing in thi* art shall he hel#l
or con*trued *o .#* to #llchargc any offi
cer from the regular army, or to deprive
him of th* commls*ion which he now
The meilltoii *h'p.irtm#>nt provi*kon le the
*am# a* that of the I louse bill, except u
slight change a* to qualification* for hsad
The proviaion In, th# Hou#s bill rcgar-l
ing ataff t romotua). 1* changed and ex
ten!ed *o as to rea#l a* f6l low*
"That *> long a* there remain* any
officer holding permanent appointments
In the HVJutant general's department, th *
lnsiector general's detriment, the quar
termaster'* department, the xubaintence
depurtmetit. the pay department the ord
iun< • department, and the Hignal Corps
th#v shall l>e promoted according to *enl
orit> In the several grade*, a* now pao
vMed by law and nothing herein contain
c#l shall be deem#*! to api>ly to vacancies
which can le filled by auch promotions
or to the period* for which the offlesr*
*o promote#! shall hold their appointment#,
and when any vacancy, except that of
the chief of the det*artment or corps, shall
occur. It shall be filled by letall from the
line of the army and no more permanent
appointment* shall he mad#* In tho*. de
partment* or corp*. Huch detail* shall tie
made from the grads In which the va
cancies exist, under *u#*h system of ex
amination a* is now prescribed by law or
a* the President may from time to time
"All officer/ *o detailed shall serve for
a lieriod of four year*, unless sooner re
lleved, at the expiration of which time
they shall return to duty with the line,
and officer* below the rank of lieutenant
colonel shall not again be eligible for ►*-
leclktfl In either staff department until
they shall serve two year* with the line/'
I’IPAAO IHIt NOT 1 NAIL.
Italian’* Attorney* Hsnags lo Keep
III*. In Thl* country.
Pensacola. Fla . Dec. 19 —Rafaelo Plm
im, the Italian sailor who recently killed
Mate ftcotto on hoard the liark Pleta. Was
to have sailed to-day on the bark Scllllu
as a prisoner to he tried for fhe crime In
Italy. Just before the hour for sailing
attorney* applied lo Circuit Judge Max
well for a writ of habeas corpus to pre
vent the Italian consul from sending him
from fhe country The alternative wrl:
was granted, nn.l Plr-ino was taken be
fore Judge Maxwell, who refused the
peremptory writ. Meanwhile Ihe Rrillin
hid sailed. Thr prisoner was remanded
Application will be mad, to the Federal
courts to prevent his being sen: to Italy
before being fried In Florida.
THF, Ml AL ATATIOT.
Naval General Raard Now Passing
I ~,.n Thl* Vfnlte*.
Washington. Dec 19 —The naval general
hoard, headed by Admiral Dewey. Is now
holding one of It* regular periodical pas
sion* at Ihe Navy Department. One of
the principal topics under coneldsratlon
Is the j lending propooal relative lo the
removal of the naval station at Port Royal
to Charleston. 8. C. Thl* matter is In
the hands of a special board, beaded by
Hear A.knlnil Rohters, but It Is deemed
proper to have the general Isyard pas*
upon Ihe atrataglcal wisdom of *ucb a
mov e before Sturt action la mkon. ■—^
THE GUARDS BILL SIGNED.
iU*\ . UOIM.KN AFFIXK* Hl# *IG>%-
H RK TO TNE MT.AfI UK.
Umrrnnr %!• t|N IUII Proildtna
f ieri* for t tiunii Treaaarer— A
I'ariluN for H. 11. V\ Ntitlrll—lir
elsion* ltenlerrl by iN|irnnr
t ourt 1 (•ktrritNi—t Irrlft Hoftfeulllei
nnil Hl* \*klnuu •!#•% Unroll in*
Atlanta. De. It.—The following bill*
were elgned and approve#! by the Governor
Candler to-la\ An act in provide for th#
reoraanltatkin. • Helpline, enlistment and
protection of the military force* of thi
slate, an act t> convert th* Bavannah Vol
unteer Guard* from a volunteer com* of
infantry. Jnto a battalion of heavy #rtii
An o*'t to tmpower the treasurer o'
uhathatn county • employ a clerk an t
fix compensation of *4ld clerk arid t au
thorise the commission# ri #f Uhatham
county to pay hi* salary out of the coun
A* act to appropriate $1 lo th**
The Governor to-#lay ordered t i.it th*-
term of imprlaonmem of II II Wanddl
sentence*! in 1597. from Uhatham county
Httperfor Court for hoise stealing l>c re
dtH'*d to & yenb
The KoiroliUig Committ#s of the House of
Repicsentattve* m *llll at Work at th**
capital C**rk of the House. John T.
Ho If#* of Ik* ti with hi* aaslstan . ar- busy
enrolling *ll the bill* which were paesevl.
am! i* sending them down to the Gov
erns* to *tg. *e fast a* po*bie
Every bill pa*ed by the House a*d
Nona I e ha* to b#- enrolled with ihi and
tbk t>\ the t-ierke and for this i♦*• •
takes quite . while Th* Enrolling Com
mit tee then haw to compare th* copy with
the original Ml in order to see that it I*
correct. t'lerk Norren. of the Benate.
also haa # number of MMsHtantM at work
* opvhim bills The work will prolwCdy
be finished up by to-morrow or Friday
Speaker l.iftle and Presidtait of the Net
ate Howei] are a# the caiHtai every *la\
for the purpos#- #f starting the Wile when
the\ arc completer!. When the ■umatur*#
of th#* Governor Is attached the bill* b*
>me law*, and are sent at once to the
printer for pubit-ration
IdJN. LKF. THR til R*T.
Lalrrtslne.l hy Kansas City's (out
Kmiimh City, Dec 19 -Gen Fttzhuffh
I**#\ lOmmHnder of *th' #lrpj#rtm*nt of
Mteeouri. Aim 10-night the gnext of Imhi
or at the (inn iel banquet of the Uoromer
#iei Club, given in t omni#*inorl#n of the
eignlng of the John Jy treaty. Gen Iwee.
accnni|##aniM hy hie xlfe ni l datighter #nl
• l.rff arrived in Kitimm Uliy thle a/ter
noon on a special train In h-ir*' of a
kMI re#*eptlon commit le#* that had gone
to >vnahA to set ► escort. A reception
follow.*.! an*! to-night the banquet, ehere
Hi piate* at#* laid, wa* the most elabo
rate ever given by the
Gen Lee r|M>n#le| to tte t*l*t “OUT
i’ountry,'' *f#e,*king ex tempore tieotMly.
other t•#•*t* wee# re*|K>n.|ed to f#l
“The Ktaio of Mmaouri," ex*Oov. W, J
The ftt.ite of Kanen*." Uharle* 8 Gleet!
“The Mot oriel Prosperity of a People
and th#* Inielk-t-iuei and Moral Gain of the
Individual.'* Rev. Kdwr#l K. Trefl.
Among other guest * were Lieut. George
M Lee, Capt. Janie* Herwln atxl Uapt
K L Michl* of Omaha und Mn). D K
McCarthy. qu#rterme*ter t T nlted Htatee
Army. In ' , fwirge of the Haiatruction work
• t Fort Leavenworth Kan.
tJen l.#ee will remain In the city until
to-mororw afternoon, when he will *ot
tlnue wlvh hla steff to Jefferson rlty, to
Inspect the barracks there
ORB! 819 9UUAIH
Troialiles of French Military tlfficers
>ot let Over.
Paris. Dee F. 4 9ft a m —That tne
Iron We* inridental to the Dreyfu* affair
are no! yet over In spite of the passage
of the amnesty Mil I* evident from s
letter of Gen. f’uignet in Ihe morning
(Mi|iers. asking the assistance of the min
trier of war In an action against the
Slecle. which has merged him slth for
A(art from thl* MaJ ihilgnet arx) Gen
Chamoin twive !een summone*! to the
ministry of war In connection with the
confidential statement read In the t'hatn
ber of Depul fe# to-nlghl hy M Jos tansies,
aim Semite le(uty for Uondon. assening.
on the authority of a letter written hy
MaJ. Culgnet that M Delcaas# ministe r of
forrlgn affairs, had told th* ehamher an
untruth when he sal*l that MaJ. t'ulgnet
iipprovad the interpretation #ffi* tally
placed upon th#' famous Pannlzordl tele
v%v% .% num\n ihhool
( hlraan’s nail l €• In \m% )
Chicago, Dec. 19.—The United Stares
Navy, by agreement wMh the Juvenile
court here. Is lo become a reform school
for unruly Chicago hoys. The John
Worthy School, accordingly, will lose a
score of the older lads sent there for cor
rection. Uoye out on probation und un
der the supervision of the officers will he
picked up and future candidates for the
institution of correcton will Im* sent di
rect to the government's training ships.
Th#' navy plan will hold them In check
for a term of from three to five year# and
under fhe best of restraint and under In
fluence likely to produce she best results.
( (indentnet! Southern Hnnafar
Washington. Dec 19.-The Nathmal Fed
eration ol Textile Operatives, before ad
journing sine die this afternoon. ##ioptel
resolution* caking for a .barter from the
American Federation a( Labor and con
demning th# manufacturer* of the Kouth
for alleg#-d attempt* to deny the operatives
th# right to organise and urging the
Bouthern operative* to continue the agi
tation for th#* paesage of laws reducing
the hours of labor.
♦lrsmer Larrliiszs In Dlatreas.
Hamilton. Bermuda, Dec. 19—The Brit
ish steamer Doming## de I*arrin #ga. Uapt.
Gibson, which left Liverpool Nov. 29 for
lort Kuda, La., h.t*# arrtvad here In dis
tress During a gah* D*c. 13. h#*r mln
stesmpipe burst. ktEliig three firemen and
a Tear for a Pain
Oaly aipsctant mother,, or those aho have boraa T l^^gg
ealldre*. kooa the lull Me, nln* ot the*# word*.
Evtry woman thould Mil every other womaa about /
••MOTttava rtuemo that wonJertut lint- W ' (WjK,
ment flui dlmpml* all pmtn Inel4*t to ehikthirh, L,
Ther, It aothlac Ilka It C
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hs ...a Is •> >th~ • F—4. HM*aJ ssi. *— NjJ• - V
knl., Mn rnt<m> ... IS l.*K, t~< (n.l,*i..i V @*¥‘'✓'.'3Xl ,
IWs Is Osisf wtssOMly ■ |K.> > to • Mwthar', Frosft' __
UimWIMRSIM <• nfcfSJl .r-O'lM nulj W,. WSU Ow t r/lgy St gB/i //,/ I i,\
s* M WfwtWU, ///IV #
thi: Munnii.li ntutioion c ©.. Atiaata, ft* - r w, aw. we ••
BOUTELLE PROVIDED FOR.
(ffilete*! * awgresaman riarerl ns
%avy Hetlred Mat hltli Hank
•f 1 ■plain
Washington. !>#-• 19 —r*ongre#H# has an I
tttoriaed the ‘fhesfdent t#r s|pdvit Rente
•enlatlve ChaHsa A BouteUs of Maine |
to I*.* a captain of the United spates Navy j
<o the retired list To-day. without a
*>>rd of optnattiof). or even of comment, j
the Renare passed the House ceeoiuttrw
suthorlatng Mr B#>uielie' retirement
I* is exiMS*f*d that the lhreaik4ir wil, ap
tome the resolution and in aoordsnrv*
niih th#* authorization, nomlniite him I
a captain ot* the rettrwt list of the navy
Mr Houtetle ts n memtier of the prefer#* j
Mouse <,f Hepresenfattv** an.| a member •
#*lect of the next Hour* li a assunvit
‘fist nr will immediately rrsigt# his mem
bershlp tn the Hiuse The inissage of 1
seventy -one private bills woe th*- |
only feature of business In th-- ojien *#>s i
*ion Mr Übandter in *#le iitother effort I
to get (he resolution, and having the com
mtttee on Privilegee and FlecGotlS to send
r and |m(iere In tne Montana
senatorial Investigation case, hut failed
Mr of Georgia Introduced and oh
talned Tie imnasgr of .* resoflitlon calling
upon the soureisrv of w.ir to transmit to
Ihe Aei.ate the report of Abraham I.
f-awshs giving in derail the result of hi*
investfgatlon made under ttie .Hre-tinn of
the M ar Kpsitnisni Into the re# l|d* sn#l
expsiKlirures of the unban funds
\ i-solution was |a#se.t dire, tmg the
• mmlttee on Foreign Itelatbm* to ex
nmlne th*- oinitn of Henry MeOoy and re
in I whether the # retar v .#f 8’ Ate - mild
•## directed to pa\ the aiun of money
oJmliii*hJ by Mm out of the awsol In the
hand* of the (Bate I *etarin th#'
tnaiter #if the hetagou lias Itlimed |*en
*ksi Mils iNseeed In# i#e!el psttskm* of B#i
<i nxxitli sacdi to the wkt#w* of Gene
John A McUla# nan*! and John I.VI Palmer
The urgent defl.-iency bill wa* reparted
with two minor am# ndmef t* ami i#a*Bel
Th Bmate then want Into executive *e*
slon to '•mailer th* Ilsy-Psuncefots
i rsat y.
The *es*mn den*#nstrated that Ihe #en
ate k ready for the vote to-morrow, a*
no eanator evince*! a desire t> |#eak or#
Mr asked the Bsnafe to take up
the treaty with B)ialn providing for the
#*sskm to the United Btate* of th* Phil
tppins Isis# if 81 Put u and Ungsy sn
Zulu at*! their dependence* in considera
tion of h* payment to Hpain of fKW.Oyg
Objection to this requestUai gras msds
by Several senator* including M#ssr*
Hoar. Ws’lirigton •b#! Bacon
B##s.aror sxpiaine#! thai the Isl
amis are comprised tn the Philippine
group anl said they w*er iip|KjM*d to
have best) •*<*ded by Spain In th** ratis
(reaty Inle#<l the UnMel State* had
taken possession of the Island* under the
■upi’O*:t’ofi It w;u oon foural. however
tlia* ♦!#* leflnlte lin#* <*t our acquisition
fixed by* the treaty cut hat-hof them out. It
1 a rule of law*. h* explained, that s dell
nlfe boundary de/rrtpiJon always *ii|*er
•eiles an Imleflntte dm'r ptksv. Hence, the
treaty for the cession of the#** island* ha I
bean negotiated and he tiell*ve#l that the
United Htntee would ha saved much
*ro#ible |n rh<- future by I'Onsuinmatlug
He chrr*prl##l the proceeding* #* in
ihe nature ##f a title quieting procss* Mr
I>*lge als> rail**! attnitkNi to the fact
that one of the !)and* I* directly on the
Mne of r#>mnvmlcatloti with Borneo, and
the atralt* and drew the conclusion i i#i
♦ might soma day b Important a* a ca
Senator Hoard maid be would like to
have more tim#* to con*Mer the question,
and Senator Be*on eitkl that notwith-
Mtandlng he ie a member of the Oommlt
t*e on Foreign itelattons, he had not bean
present when a report iifsm the treaty
wa* atuhorited He would, therefore, ap
predate further <p|iortunlty to go over
the do# ument Senator Wellington mift#le
unqualitbd objwlon. Ac.-onilngly the
!raiv was for the time laid askle an#!
at 2 # p m.. ihe Senate a#!journd.
Mil THMRN*# NBW MNR.
t hanges tn OfN#*tals Made for *t.
Ht |otiia Dec 19 —The Republic will say
Th# Important i hanges to he made by
the Southern on assuming control of the
Uoutsvllle, Nashvlll#* and fft. Louis have
been agreed upon, (hough no official an
nouncement has yet lasn mads.
WlMiam II TtylOf. who h teen as
sistant general twssenger agent of the
Southern, with haa#lquarters at l<oul*vllle,
will la transferred to Washington. D C.,
and become 'ontUh nsial ae*Utant to Gen
eral Passenger Agent W A. Turk.
one of the official!# at Washington
v nose name has not tieen announced, will
come to Hi Ijouh# an general passenger
iigcnt of the IxHjisville-St. lut* dlvisbm
It A Campbell, who has been g*neral
freight unt |#ass#nger agent of the lamis
vide, Kvansvlih* and St. I*>uis. will he
the nsslstanr general freight an#l passen
ger srent of the new division
R .\l Alien, who has lieen assistant
general passenger agent of the old Air
Idne. will be transferred to lui*vllle. as
district |*aenger agent at that point.
General Manager Mmith will make his
headquarters here on Jen. 1. and not at
Loutsvllk. a# was staled In some papers.
A •TKKI. ( AM WORK*.
Illrmlaaliaai Is tu Have riant With
Nnnaal ( nts,Jl> of tl.tHMt ( ar*.
Blrmlnnham. Ai.. Dec. 19—A contract
wa* cisnert to-day by l*re,|di-nt J. XI,
Ellloil of the 8o.it!) Car and Foundry
Company, with Ihe Tennea*e Coal and
lion Company, by whirl) th, former com
pany If to erect • preumt sleet car work/
here with an annual rap-#. Il> of S.flrt) com
plete car, Kvery portion of the cars
are to be conatructert from f+ie ateel and
lion product* of the Rirmincham dlsliict.
The car plant I* later to b< enlarge! ta
make passenger car* a, well.
A VI t STKRHIt n aMtIOTINfi.
John knytler and Wife Rut la Fatally
Shat 1.a.1 Nlgkl.
Chicago. Dec. 19 —John Snyder *n<l his
wife were found fatally shot to-night at
4,22 laike avenue The man with two but
te, wound* In hi* head w* in ht* bed
room a lot the woman similarly wounded
was In the dining room. They are not
known to have quarreled. It ts not known
who tired the shot*.
Jeffries and Hublln Will Has.
New York. Dec. 19—James J Jeffries
and Hus Huhlln to-dny signed article* of
agreement to box twenty rounds at Cin
cinnati. Feb. IS.
FOYE & ECKSTEIN.
NKW kll> GLOVES.
Just received for Christmas.
Fine kidsat 7S cents.
'File ILst at SI.OO.
Extra (.hiality $1.50
tn tila# k. White at*l <>el>rs
Expert (zlove Fitting.
VALI \BLK SUiMKHTIoNrt ’iNn;|tMN(.: UHRtST.VfAR
The chief point i* this, "Titer** i* no other Mock
of Uhri*tmas Gift equal t' Fo\e A K ketcln s.
Mr .# stimulus to our alrr T i> #a|ev bv some
UiMler-prirrd odwlrm lie memo* r quHe aside from
business conatderettona. It a your interest to \ islt this
Nt*w Bt#wc <lurtng the Holiday season This *t#re ha* one
to he **n# of the sights of B.iv innuh It* uhnetmas spirit
I/ on ejcnietit of puitke life. You •: e cordially Invtted
Dainty. Clean. Bhear Linen M n lk#*n hi< f* m a \arietv usually fo’m#i #>nlv lit
.\lstrop>lllin Htore* lt*atitifnl Kmt#roidere#l te*igns at 2.**. •o**. and fid!
9*me cx|UlsMe firwiHii |i . %I an*l L Klegant e tlumlketchief* just
opened f#*t the l|n||tay* Handkerchiefs a* low as .1# ic.very good linen !*•, lie
Men's I’ufc 811 k Handkerchief a in *llte hemstitched wMh inltiale.als*> linen HI
W* will itutkc i . lean sweep on HolMay Goods and will
Bkn>ghter them regardless of value Now Is the time to buy
Toilet Ogees. Manicure B#t. Mhavtng H#*t*. Glove an!
Handkerchief lUx*e. Photo Frames Musical Album* Tour
Isl Uasrw, Ink (Hands, Uigur Jars. Gilt Mirror*. Music
Boll*. Necktie Uaae*. Gold Belts. Neck Ruffiea Itenaisoenc*
arf*. Hofa rillow*. Tin UushkHi*. Evening Fan* Tocket
iKKjkK. Coin Purse* and other nk e things rtllL IVsat
I in Praeenuetlon Bozea. B|#e .l Price s;.•**
#lnvrter for llkick and Fancy Hilke and ltla k Dress Goods
FOYE & ECKSTEIN.
HAZING IS COMMON.
(Continued from First P#ff)
entrapment In F. bul si the tud
Cartel William Davis of l|*orgla *ald
lie h*<t been subject-d #o homing 111 '*
lie had to go ihrouxh ogeretso* aiel was
frerfuently ttre.l liy bis effort*.
"DM you ever drop from rxhaustton'
sske.l lieu. Clous
“V**, | itroptied. hut I. was not eshwu*t
eit; 1 only pretended to le
"Wht el*e were you rei|ulre.J to do'"
•*1 had to sing song*, . limb up the
ridgepole of I lie tent and /-now like n
mo.ter " *ld die wtltie,*. much to th.
smusement of Ihe wunifn In Ihe gallery
Cadet Benjamin F. Miller of Virginia
knew Mihsi before they went Into camp
In ‘fft Hot candle grease had tieen
dropped on his feel aml Ihe same was done
to Boom It did no hues.
■Were ><>il based in camp In 1*?"
This was the first cadet out of all Ihrao
eKiim.ncrt who .aid he was not based and
the court looked surprised
Continuing. Miller, with his face wrreath
ed In rmtlss. sold
“You #e# I rsitl. from Annapolis, and as
I was supposed lo have got II there; they
■fon t generally give It to a man twice.
WILL ALftO INVRWTKJVTR.
I (lagresslanal t iisinilllrr Will Vl*..
Probe Moo* I sse.
\ Washington. Dee. 19.-The *pocl*l com
mittee *ppo!nt#rt hv Rpeaker Henderaotl to
Investigate Ihe clrcuei**tan.ca connected
with the death of Owftr U Moo*, who I*
alleged lo have (Met# a* a result of In
juries received frusn liamliig while • cartel
• I We*t Point, held It* first meeting to
day aml deebtert to enter upon the In
vestigation Immediately after the holiday
reoaas The .xannktte, ha* determined lo
protie th* Boo* case lo the Iwtinm
V New Llfththonse HrrssnarsSrS.
, |.. Tin aia. ,*l
l I i'."l .at in . I .wli a’"'
Board urgent!) re<-omm,nd* the estahllsh
menl of s final order light at Hlllahoiu
Inlet to complete the system of lighting
on the South Atlantic coast hy filling tue
long gap between Jupiter Inlet and Fowey
Rocks Anew light vessel Is asked tor
to he located at Capa larokout shoals.
To Have Joint Selling Ig.srf.
Pittsburg Dec. ll—On the first of next
year Independent window glare manufac
turer* with |>ot capacity of from 9no to
t.qrvi will open office* In Pittsburg of a
selling agency company to be oper
ated on the lines of the dissolved Ameri
can Ulaas Company.
♦ s •
From Ihe London (Hole
It Is extraordinary how Inhuman human*
Harune cun be In seeking lo gain their
own end*. One of h Journal" devoted to
the very excsrilarit. If Impossible. Ideal of
banishing from the rarth all pain and all
suffering (ofnlttlng. we *up|Sie. the lioth
a, he I rater* to what It Justly calls '
new terror” that haa lately come lo plague
lady shoppers In London Thi* new terror
la a woman Imbued with the notion that
birds' feather* In hat and bonnet ore to
be condemned on the score of cruelly to
lha bird* fio strong.r does she ItoM this
creed, and *o deiermlned la she lo rouse
Ihe aiumJierlng conaclence of England,
that ah* waits outald* large London shops
and. a* ladles come out. ilastwa up.
seises the feathar* In thalr hat*, drags
• hem forrti, and then disappear* In the
crowd before arrest Is tss#ble. After
narrating with Mime graphic touche* tha
story of thta creature'* misdemeanor*,
the humanitarian Journal to which w*
have referred conuludoa: "She lias our full
approval." Where proaalytimm ta ooti-
Men’s Fancy Shirts.
♦mmii*' F.l# Btvl#z $1 61 #n<l 91 W)
Men’s Silk Neckwear*
All th, ne* Bhape* st S5, ami IWr
Mcn’s Kid Gloves.
M#*n'K lIFAt Linen Uollare at HV
Men's Silk Suspenders
.-•rned. apparently. might la right; hut
I whal wmikt humnnltarlane *ay 1 f the
great majorlt) of determined In
enforce Ihetr opinion* by fore* on Ihe
crank* ami f.oldleie who hold contrary no
tlona? Imagine Ihe pair and fluttering
vegetarian for.**! Into a chair. and dosed
Mill with lln* roast beef of OM
Knsland' or Ilia hliie-ribhoned lowtahr
compelled to drink ae-veral stoops of Vl*-
orooa Brttlah beer f.ir Ihe henetlt of the
health an<l the welfare of the exchequer.
iiontKtiiora. mii mu ititi hkt
Trlhtiie l*alil Ha the 1 Itr of loml.ru
for Two t nlifenllfetl Trarmrata.
from the Igmtlon Mall.
In one of thoae remote ami well-high
Impeoetratrle faetneaeee with which the
law Courts hull.lln* abounds w.ra holden
yesterday, at Hi in the afiernoon. a cer
emony of exceeding solemnity and vary
grave Import Thl* wax no laaa than the
laynci't s>y the .-orporatlon of tha etty
of lon lon of the tiult-rent eervlca quo
to the crown In reaper! of two tenementa.
the I'orce ami Ihe Moore.
It la many yeare ago now—eeven or
eight hundred, to he prertee— that Henry
HI granted to Walter !a> tlrun. the black
aihlth a piece of land In the Strand, with
perml>*on to bulk] .a forge thereon. Wal
ter. In return, tiring a poor man and <yult
unable to provide a troop of horae or any
thing of that eort. octet render .amtoal
aervlce of all horseshoes and sllty-ono
nalia for ihe name.
The Moora were 9 little place In flhrop
ahire granted by the crown to another
mediaeval gentleman In return for two
hatehete annually of which one wsa to
be good and the other not ao good
In courae of lime both the Port* and
Ihe Moora paaaed nflo the lianda of the
corporation of the city of lemdoti Both
are now hopeleaaly loat. But tha eorpor
.itlon. In very teal of lionamy, Inalata that
the crown rhall not be the loser for that.
Iteatdea. Iron It a good deal cheaper than
It need lo he.
The hatchets, brand.new and vary fair
to gee. lay upon Ihe table t thvloualty. one
waa good. The other eeemed to he not
quite *0 good It waa. In fact, a marc
Mllhook In tlie Immediate vicinity lay
two of the thlnnnet f.ggotr that the
world produce*-these to try tha tamper
of the hatchet*. Six prehletortc horae -
ehoe* of rnormou* proportion* and a
hrletllng pile of slxtv-one nalia of the tat
et imtented pattern completed tha col
The Queen'* remembrancer. Master
flenrge Pollock, explained Ihe Importance
of the ceremony, for the benefit taw ha
said) of the ladle* preeent. Tha clerk
read from an ancient book.
Then "Perform your eervtoaP* thunder
ed the remembrancer.
t'p rnae the etty solicitor, and. raising
aloft hie good hatchet, atnote upon a fag
got and revered It at one blow, and tha
piece* flew about all over Ihe room The
billhook liming not ao good) naturally re
quired two or three blows.
"Proporely done," eatd Ihr remembran
The solicitor clanked the dephantma
ehoe* amt counted the nalia In tan*, and
one over; the while every eye waa riveted
Ihere and every face waa aet amt stem.
"A good number." aaid the remembran
Then he got down amt explained whet
bl* horae* they had In ihoee day*, and
how valuable these nail* had now be
PIES ANI) TARTS
Ark “Pison” Arts.
is pure and wholesome.