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THE MOKNUSG OKEGUJIAjN", TUESDAY, DECEMBER ' 13, 190f.
NO GUTIN SOUTI
Bill to Reduce Represen
tation Will Not Pass.
WHY PLATT PUT IT IN
New York Republicans Favor
10NGRESS TO MAKE INQUIRY
Crumpacker Resolution to Ascertain
Facts as to Southern Congres
sional Members Will Prob
ably Be Adopted!
WASHINGTON. D. C. Dec 12. (Ray
mond's Chicago Tribune Special.') In spite
of the fact that Senator Piatt, of New
Tork. has introduced a bill providing for
a reduction In the representation In Con
fess of the Southern States, nothing at
a"l of this kind actually will be done by
the present Congress. As to the future,
tbrre is another story to tell.
Meanwhile. It is likely, and oven prob
able, that the House of Representatives
tvill pass the Crumpacker resolution,
which is not of itself to reduce the rep
resentation of the Southern States at this
time, but merely provides that a special
committee of the House shall be empow
ered to conduct an investigation and re
port as to the extent to which citizens of
the Falted States are dented the right to
the ballot by the law of any state.
Senator Piatt's bill created a sensation
tv'th the Southern people, because of his
prominence as a New York leader and be
cause they feared the Republicans intend
ed to Jam through the bill at the present
session of Congress. In point of fact,
the bill is not Sonator Piatt's at all. It
was prepared by the Constitutional
League, of which Warner Miller, of New
York, Is the leading spirit, and was in
troduced at the request of that organiza
tion, and practically without consultation
with the Republican leaders in Congress.
Not for This Session.
Neither Senator Piatt nor any one else
believes the bill can be or should be tfeken
tip at this session of Congress. The time
is so short between now and March 4 that
It will be the easiest thing In the world
for the Democrats to kill the bill as It
stands in the Senate.
Besides that. Senator Piatt's bill is
framed on purely an arbitrary basis. That
is to say. no evidence has ever been sub
mitted to Congress tending to show the
extent to which the negroes have been
disfranchised in the Southern States.
Ir spite of this fact the Piatt bill pro
poses to cut on! one Representative from
each of the states of Arkansas, Florida,
Tennessee and Texas; two each from Ala
bama. Louisiana, Mississippi. North Caro
lina, South Carolina ana "Virginia; and
three from the State of Georgia. This
makes a total of 19 Representatives which
it Is proposed to cut oft from the Souths
rn States, reducing their membership in
the electoral college to an equal amount,
so that after March 4, 1907, the House
would consist of 367 members Instead of
S56, as at present.
Arbitrary Exercise of Power.
If the Piatt bill' were to come up on its
merits, assuming that Congress is ready
to enforce the terms of the second section
of the 14th amendment, it would" be suc
cessfully attacked by most of the law
yers in Congress on the ground that it
was an arbitrary exercise of power and
that it assumes without a shred of evi
dence to limit representation of tho South
ern States. For Instance, the Piatt bill
cuts off a Representative in Arkansas and
one In Texas. It so happens, however,
that neither one of these states has any
laws restricting suffrage for any reason
Feeling Favors investigation.
TVhile it is true, therefore, that no one
expects to reduce the representation of the
Southern States at the present session of
C ongress, or even in the immediate fu
ture, there Is a distinctly different feeling
as to the desirability of passing the Crum
packer resolution providing for an inves
tigation. It so happens the resolution can
be passed without the slightest difficulty
if the leaders of Congress desire to have
In the last Congress the Republican cau
cus, by a large majority, indorsed this
proposed inquiry. The resolution as pro
posed by Representative Crumpacker, of
Indiana, merely constituted a special com
mittee to be composed of 13 members of
the House, whose duty it should be to
Investigate the election laws of all states
in the Union and to make a report to
Congress as to the extent to which each
state went In limiting the right of suff
rage, either by property, educational or
Can Report in Short Time.
If the inquiry be pursued on this basis
It Is said It can bo begun and ended In
a short time, so Congress will have be
fore it an efficient compilation of the
election laws of the different states, and
census figures indicating the extent "to
which the mere operation of laws of the
South, without regard to the arbitrary
action of election officials, have resulted
In disfranchising either negroes or any
It is believed President Roosevelt per
sonally favors the passage of the resolu
tion providing for a committee inquiry.
He so expressed himself to a good many
people a year ago. Althouhgh it Is prob
able he may have changed his views as
to the wisdom of taking any action at
the present time, it can be asserted posi
tively he has not changed his opinion as
to the question of the abstract right or
wrong of enforcing the second paragraph
of the fourteenth amendment .to the
Republicans Approve Plan.
An informal canvass of the House of
Representatives, made since tho opening
day on .Monday, seems to show a large
majority of the Republican rank and file
Is In favor of the idea of a special com
mittee to Investigate the subject. An
equally large majority favors a reduc
tion of the representation merely as an
abstract proposition, but almost an
equal number are opposed to action on
the ground that the fourteenth amend
ment was Intended merely to assist, in
tho reconstruction of the South and that
condldlons have developed there since
which render it inadvisable to enforce the
provlsons of that amendment.
This resolution Inquiry, which is all
that Representative Crumpacker pro
poses at the present time, is in complete
harmony with the paragraph of the Re
publican platform adopted in Chicago
last June, which says:
"We favor such Congressional action
as shall determine whether by special
discrimination elective franchise In any
state has been unconstitutionally lim
ited." The action of .the special" cohiniittce, .
if it is appointed, will be merely to
carry out this clause of the platform
declaration, leaving it to future Con
gresses to determine whether the dele
gates at Chicago were wise when they
dclared that in case such limitation of
suffrage was established they demanded
"that representation in Congress and In
the Electoral College shall be propor
tionately reduced as directed by the
Constitution of the United States."
BELATED EUSSIAN COMMENT.
Press Reviews Roosevelt's Message in
a Friendly Tone.
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 12. The news
papers here are just beginning to make
belated comments on President Roose
velt's message to Congress. Its reception
generally Is favorable. The Novo Vrem
ya considers that it presents nothing of
particular Importance. - "an - indorsement
of Imperialism and the Monroe Doctrine
being expected from Mr. Roosevelt." The
paper adds that the President's idea that
the United Stattfc is doing its share in
keeping the peace works on the old theory
of preparing for war.
"His countrymen," it says, "will find It
very expensive, just as Europe has, but
possibly it is the only way. If the Uto
pian theories were realized and the civi
lized powers disarmed, humanity would
fall into the depths of barbarism. No
means have yet been found for insuring
respect of international law excopt armed
"With regard to President Roosevelt's
statement on the subjects of Klshlnef
and the passports of American Jews, the
Novoe Vremya says:
"When Congress enacts a stringent im
migration law to keep out undesirable em
igrants, coupled with a law to prevent
naturalized Americans who have no In
tention of living in the United States from
shielding themselves behind American
passports, there will be loss trouble over
the passports of American Jews, and
Klshlnef will have less Interest for the
SHORT SCHOOL DAYS TOE YOUNG
New York Board Will Consider Adop
tion of Three-Hour Day.
NEW YORK. Dec. 12. A report is
being prepared by Superintendent
Maxwell for presentation to the Board
of Education, which, it is said, will be
the first step toward the adoption of a
three-hour or a 2-hour day for the
lowest grades in all the elementary
schools of this city.
The Board of Superintendents has
.been investigating .as to the relative
results obtained by full-day classes,
part-time classes, morning classes and
afternoon classes in the first two
school years, since the beginning of
November. The investigation was be
gun as a result of a proposal to cut
down the school day In these grades
generally by eliminating certain stud
ies. President Tlfft, of the Board of
Education, said in reference to the
"While a fl'o-hour day is probably
good to keep children off the streets in
some parts of the city, I believe in
short school days for younger chil
dren. I would give every child edu
cational facilities as great as possible,
but not so great as to Interfere with
proper mental and physical growth.
More than three hours' class work daily
makes the children restless."
RECEIVE BLESSING OF POPE.
American Pilgrims Make Gifts In Gold
Amounting to $17,000.
ROME, Dec 12. The American pilgrim
age, led by the Right Rev. Charles E.
McDonnel, Bishop of Brooklyn, N. Y., was
received this morning by the Pope in the
Clementine Hall of the "Vatican. Bishop
McDonnel presented the pontiff with $5QW,:
the Peter's pence offering of the Brooklyn
diocese, and Mgr. John I. Barrett, the
bishop's secretary, presented the Pope
with 512,000 as the offering of the priests
of the same diocese. The Pope thanked
them warmly, saying he was most grate
ful to the pilgrims for coming to Rome
from such a great distance, and blessed
all of them and their families, giving the
priests present permission to extend the
papal benediction to their flocks.
Affairs In Eastern Samoa.
TUTUILA, Samoa, Nov. 23, via San
Francisco, Dec- 12. (Correspondence of
the Associated Press.) At a general meet
ing of the natives, convened by the Com
mandant, the people of Manua were rep
resented by leading chiefs from the Isl
ands for the first time since the United
States took over the eastern portion of
Samoa. The chief speakers at the meet
ing urged the establishment of a legisla
tive council, and wanted to know why
the Commandant should make laws with
out the consent of the chiefs. They also
wanted the whole of the custom duties,
etc, collected In the islands paid over to
them, notwithstanding the fact that the
revenues are expended in the improve
ment and formation of roads throughout
The Commandant and the Secretary of
Native Affairs recently paid a visit to
Manua and found matters most satisfactory-.
The natives under Tunmanu are
building school-houses and making roads
without any desire for compensation.
It has been unanimously agreed by the
people that the government should han
dle the copra crop next year and dispose
of it in the United States.
Peace Is Made in Paraguay.
NEW YORK, Dec. 12. Peace agreements
between the government of Paraguay and
the revolutionists were fixed for signing
Sunday, on board the Argentine cruiser
El Plata, according to a Herald dispatch
from Buenos Ayres. Juan B. Gaona will
be elected President. It Is said he has
accepted the office only after much en
treaty by partisans of the government,
as well as by the revolutionists. Gaona
is a banker and business man who has
never taken Dart in notifies. Thi rhint
will be formed of members of both parties.
Rear-Admiral Ralph Aston.
NEW YORK, Dec C Hear-Admiral
Ralph Aston. U. S. N., retired, died at
his home in Brooklyn today of a compli
cation of diseases, after an Illness of two
SKELETON IK COURT
Used to Trace Course of Bullet
Killing Caesar Young.
STATE MAKES STRONG POINT
Coroner's Physician Is Sure Wound
Was Not Self-inflicted Now Cer
tain Nan Patterson Will
Make a Defense.
NEW YORK. Dec. 12. A headless hu
man skeleton played an important part In
the trial of Nan Patterson for the mur
der of Caesar Young today. The grew
flomc exhibit was made use of in the ex
amination of Dr. Philip O'Hanlon. the
Coroner's physician, who performed the
autopsy on Young's body. The skeleton
was used to decide the course of the bullet
after It entered Young's body. The prose
cution contended it had gone straight to
the spine, which the state lawyers be
lieved proved that Young did not kill him
self. Assuming that Young, with the pistol in
his right hand, had crossed it over his
chest and shot into his left side, the
prosecution contended that the bullet
would have traveled to tho left. Tho fact
that It flew straight inward to the spine
was advanced as proving that the wound
was not self-inflicted. Dr. O'Hanlon was
positive the bullet had taken a straight
course to the right.
Lawyer Levy, for the defense, tried to
gain an admission that the muscular cov
ering of the ribs at the point of entrance
of the bullet may have deflected Its course,
but Dr. O'Hanlon declared that there had
been no deflection until the bullet struck
Dr. O'Hanlon testified that ho had found
powder marks on Young's fingers. His
testimony as to the course of the bullet
was corroborated by Dr. Rlgims, of the
William Stemm testified that the driver
of the cab lifted the trap and looked In
after the shot was fired.
Justice Davis said from the bench that
a gross Impropriety had been committed
by a newspaper in publishing what pur
ported to be the views of the wives of
the Jurors concerning tho case. Ho cau
tioned the jurors not to discuss the testi
mony, even in their own families.
Stories of a sensational turn were cur
rent today when the trial was resumed.
According to the story, blank subpenas
have been obtained, and It Is said that
even a blank petition for a writ of habeas
corpus has been filled in, should an arrest
make its immediate use advisable. This
startling turn in the case was occasioned
by the intimation bf the state that a per
son who advised and engineered the es
cape of J. Morgan Smith, the actress'
brother-in-law, and his wife would be
prosecuted on a charge of conspiring to
defeat the ends of Justice.
It is stated that the state will take at
least two more days to submit Its evi
dence. That a defense will be offered is
now considered certain, in view of the
fact that a number of witnesses, includ
ing three who claim to have witnessed
Young shoot himself, have been sub-penacd.
Boys Dig Out of Jail.
ST. L.OUIS. Dec 12. Using a piece of
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Economy in medicine must be
measured "by two things cost and
effect. It cannot "be measured by
either alone. It is greatest in that
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the money that radically and per
manently cures at the least ex
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It purines and enriches the blood,
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loss of appetite and general debility.
"I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla and
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tion. It takes away that tired fecliasr. elves
energy ad puts the blood in good condition."
Miss Errix Coloxnx. 1535 10th Street, N. W.,
Washington. D. C
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There's a Chance te Make This the
Happiest Christmas of All. No
Bother, Little Expense and Ev
erybody Certain to Be Pleased.
From Christmas to Christmas many big
hearted, generous, busy men. who haven't
much time to devote to hunting up ap
propriate presents, rush off at the last
moment and buy a "lot of things," pay
ing double prices and often getting very
Impractical gifts. They really want to
give pleasure and in a measure they do.
but still they somehow fail to hit the nail
on the head, and presents are frequently
soon forgotten. And this in homes, too,
where there is no piano.
We find a great many families where
there are several girls who combine and
ask their parents to put all the Christmas
monev for the various children Into one
splendid present a piano, which will give
so much enjoyment to all.
Our snlendld nrovislon of Christmas pi
anos, rightly bought, provide for the most
extraordinary economy, logemer wun me
Indulgence in makes and styles which In
sure lasting satisfaction and pleasure.
The payment down required to secure
even the very highest grade Instruments
Is not as much as would probably be
squandered upon trifles that afford only
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Only 510 down will secure a piano worthy
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The variety we are offering now for you
to choose from Is practically unlimited.
Thlrtv standard American makes. In vari
ous styles, contribute to this magnificent
Stuff the Christmas roll into your pocket
and drop Into our store, iou win nnd
your money will go further here than
anywhere else and can rest assured tho
Christmas piano will bo the source of more
lasting pleasure than anything else.
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the finest quality of glasses, and expert
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broken brass handle of a bureau drawer
and the rung of a chair broken oft to a
point as tools. Austin Logan, aged 15.
and Oliver Jones. 14 years of age, have
dug their way through a U-Inch wall
on the fourth floor of the Four Courts'
building, where thev were rnnfinerl In rfi
matron's room, and crawled through the
opening ana escaped. After being at liber
ty for several hours, the boys were re
captured and taken to the Four Courts,
where they were locked In ono of the cells.
MEXiCANS TRY TO TAKE SALOON
Though Shot In Four Places Arizonan
Kills Two of Assailants.
TUCSON. Ariz., Dec. 12. Three deaths.
result of a shooting affray In W. J.
Crowell's saloon at Silver Bell, a mining
camp. Tho dead are Jim Fagan, a
well-known prospector of this section,
and two Mexican miners. Crowell, who
was wounded in tho fight. Is lying at tho
point of death.
The tragedy was caused by a gang of
intoxicated Mexicans, invading the sa
loon and beginning indiscriminate shoot
ing. Fagan was shot In four nln
himself killed two of the Mexicans be
fore he died. Six Mexicans are in jail.
Ames' Jury In Deadlock.
MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 12. The Jury in
the case of ex-Mayor Ames, who is
on trial for the fifth time charged with
illegally receiving money from women, re
ported today that they could not agree.
The court sent back word that there was
no word for them, which meant that they
must remain out the rest of the day.
Bondsmen Take Over Office.
LOGANSPORT. Ind., Dec. 12. County
Treasurer Frank Obenchain has been
missing for two weeks. Today his
bondsmen took possession of the office.
It is known that there is a shortage of
Iowa Postoffice Robbed.
DES MOINES, la.. Dec. 12. Robbers- en
tered the postoffice at Relnbeck, la., dur
ing the night and stole $2500.
Salvation Army Work in Transvaal.
NEW YORK. Dec 12. Commissioner
Georger KHbey. of the Salvation Army,
accompanied by eight members of his
family, has arrived hero on his way to
Chicago, where he will take up head-
Lipman, Wolfe & Company
A CORRECTION In yesterday's advertisement we stated that the price of "The Castaway" by
Hallie Erminie Rives was $1.08. This was an error as the price is onlv Sl.OO. Every copy contains
the author's autograph!
More News From the Holiday Store
This holiday store is too big to be taken in any other way than piecemeal. There's altogether too
much to begin to describe at one time. There's something for everybody for papa, for mamma for
brother, for sistereverything we show bears the hallmark of excellence and is sold for as little as is
compatible with quality.
Useful Christmas Gifts for the Baby
Perhaps you number a baby among those you wish to remember on Christmas, and don't just
know what to give. Here are a few suggestions that will help you.
Hand crocheted Worsted Sacques, 30c, 35$,
'50$, 75$ and up to $2.25.
bilk and Worsted Slippers. Prices range from
Hand crocheted worsted Bootees 1214. lot
20$, 25$ and up to $1.75.
Worsted Afghans and Robes $1.50, S2.00,
$3.00 and up to $7.00.
Worsted and Silk Mittens. Prices begin at 20 $
and go to bo.
Infants' Silk and Woolen Veils at 25$, 39$, 50$, 59.
656 to S1.25.
Worsted Leggings. Prices range from 35? to
Fine Muslinwear : A Sensible Gift
Every year gifts are becoming more practical
sales to those which are assured of being of certain
Muslin Wear Store.
GOWNS $1.00 to $10.00 Gowns made of
fine cambrics and nainsooks, trimmed with fine
lace and embroidered insertions, edgings and
beadings and ribbons All best values.
CORSET COVERS 65$ to $5.50 Corset
Covers made of fine nainsooks trimmed with fine
lace and embroidered edgings, insertions, head
ings and ribbons.
-Articles of doubtful use giving way in amount of
usefulness. We offer many special values in the
SKIRTS $1.75 to $15.75 Skirts made of
cambrics and lawns, with deep lawn flounces,
lace and embroidered insertions and edgings used
as trimmings. Everyone in the collection an ex
CHEMISE 65$ to $6.50 Chemise in short
or combination style, made of cambrics and nain
sooks Trimmed with fine laces and insertions
All of them splendid values.
Fans, Opera Bags: Either a Pretty Gift
FANS in the small new empire and in fo'lding
style Bone, ivory and pearl handles, plain and
hand carved Exceptional values at 50 $, 75$.
$1.00, $1.50 and as high as $20.
OPERA BAGS An enormous variety, over
200 styles to choose from Made of fancy silks
Gilt, silver and gun metal frames Some are jew
eled Prices begin at $1 and go on up to $15.
Hints From the Stationery Store
Remex Fountain Pens, 14k gold, $1.00.
Holly Box Stationery, special 15$.
Hand-painted Box Papers, 65$ to $5.
Child's Fancy Box Paper, 25$ to 60$.
Christmas Cards, 2$ tg 10$.
Christmas Booklets, 3$ to '50$.
Fancy Ink Wells, $1.00 to $10.
White Tissue Paper, 10 dozen.
Fancy Disk Blotters, $1.25 to $4.00.
Fine Pearl Handle Pens, 25$ to $2.50.
Paper Doll, large, in box 4t0$.
Fancy Little Boxes, 10? to 50c.
Sealing Wax Sets, 25$, 50$, $1.00.
Autograph Albums, 5$ to Sl.OO.
Photograph Albums, 50$ to $6.00. .
Gold and Silver Paper, 5$ sheet.
Colored papers, 2 sheets for o$
Dutch Hand Blotter, 45$.
Gift Hints From the Notion Store
For a Man
Fine Razor Straps, 39$ to $1.75.
1 Fine Razors, $1.00 to $2.50.
Gillette Safety Razors, $5.
Horn Handle Knives, 25 to $2.50.
Pearl Handle Knives, 25 to $3.00.
For a Woman
Fancy Hose Supporters, 25 to $2.50.
Sewing Sets, 75 to $2.50.
Fancy Work Baskets, 25 to 90$.
Scissors of all kinds, 35d to $3.
Shell Combs and Pins, 15$ to $1.50.
quarters as commander of the Western
Department. The commissioner has had
charge of the Salvation Army work In
South Africa since before the beginning
of the Boer war. Army work there slnco
the conclusion of hostilities, he said, has
received a new lease of life, but Is not
yet wholly In good order, because much
Army property was lost.
MOBE SALARY FOR PRESIDENT
Stewart Introduces a Bill Fixing It at
5100,000 Per Year.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 12. Senator Stew
art today Introduced a bill to fix Presiden
tial and Congressional salaries. It pro
poses to raise the salary of the President
to 5100,000 a year, of the Vie-Presldent
and Speaker of the House of Represen
tatives of 520,000 each, and each Senator.
Representative and Delegate to $10,000. It
Is provided that the bill shall take efTect
on March 4. 1909.
No Russian Expedition to Persia.
ST. PETERSBURG.Dec. 12. The report
that Russia has sent a new expedition to
Southern Persia Is denied.
Two Per Cent Dividend Declared.
NEW YORK, Dee. 12. The Chicago.
Rock Island & Pacific Railway Com
pany announces a dividend of 2 per cent,
payable January 3. This makes 7U per
cent paid in dividends this year.
Deemed Stain on His Honor.
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 12. Captain
Clado. who was arrested December 9 for
criticising the High Admiral, Grand Duke
Alexis, and the Admiralty, "demands a trial
by court-martial, declaring his ar
rest on the ground of distorted facts 13 a
stain on his honor.
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