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RANGE W AR IN W Y O M IN G .
N THE NATIONAL HALLS OF CONGRESS
¡Tuesday, January 16.
h « , Jan. 16. — The Philip-
taSff bill was passed by the house
^ H b sta n tia lly the W ® * aa
ways and means committee,
was 258 to 71. ^ Rice a as
8 sul ject to the same tariff as sugar
, tob*ec<> — 25 per cent of the Ding-
__ and one or two changes
Ie as to the language.
riilt was attained after decid-
^ ^ n io s t strenuous day of the
ington, Jan. 16.— Unexpectedly
Lte today found itself consider-
railroad rate question, which
^ipitated by Fulton’ s taking the
^ k n a k e a brief speech in explan-
ol an amendment offered by him
H o l l i v e r bill, giving to courts of
^■au th ority to modify orders of
^Lrstate Commcerce commission
^ ■ g an unreasonable rate.
| 2 proceeded far when he was
H i from a general explanation of
^ L s of the provision to a defense
is principle which it eeekB to ea
st),! and a general debate of the
e merchant marine b ill was then
bef >re the senate and Gallinger
^ L r l y attention to this subject.
uke in support of the bill.
« r e food bill was then taken up
* ¡number of committee amend-
is were agreed to.
^ ■ h a t after the conclusion of the
ine morning business tomorrow lie
Id i sk the senate to fix a day for
vote on the bill.
Monday, Jan. 15.
0('ashington, Jan. 15. — Henatov Ba-
0( today B ueceet'd in securing an open
lSMbn of the ..loroccan question by
This result was accoin
ied by the introduction of a reso-
“111 n nicking a declaration against in-
renEe on the part of the United
is in any controversy among Euro-
"j[ ^ M tio n s concerning their internal
The broad scope of the resolu-
Jeved it from the point of order
|n the Moroccan r. sdution, and,
^standing that Bacon referred
the Moroccan conference, no
vas made to put him off. He
ie^nt length in opposition to the
cy of interference in European in-
^ 'iia f complications, pointing out the
d bi’ ity of disastrous consequences,
his addri si brought out a number
ueetions and interruptions to relieve
pSrceedings of the characterization
_ set speech.
number of senators made short
«ben against the resolution and in
end it was referred to the committee
o iig n relations, and the merchant
in* bUl was laid before the senate.
lilL er offered a number of amend-
its to the bill, which were agreed
The amendments related principal-
3 tl.e naval m ilitia proposed by the
bill introduced by Smoot, giving to
iW eaders on the recently opened
. tab reservation an extension until
•, J5, 1906, to establish residences
c 3: 14 p. m. the senate went into
:ut|ve session, and adjourned at
Washington, Jan. 15.— General de-
e on the Philippine tariff bill was
eluded in the house today, having
n continued daily since January 4.
! bill will be taken up for amend-
it under the five minute rule tomor-
and put on its passage either to-
rroV or the next day.
'itteKding the debate today,
efcpod tight made its appeaiance on
floor for the first time, in the form
, personal explanation by Babcock,
Mpconsin, credited with being the
ier of the opponents of the joint
Or. Tflnod forces. Babcock denied that
nurse in opposition to the bill was
id by any feeling of revenge be-
[he had not been made chairman
app’ opriation committee.
3 k occasion to state his position
ir of tariff revision.
Saturday, Jan. 13.
d Vasbinzton, Jan. 13. — There we
ie speeches in the house today on
) Philippine tariff bill, consuming
irly six and one-half hours. Three
the! speakers opposed the b ill and
: fak'>red it.
Those who argued for
e measure were Gaines, of Tennessee,
of North Carolina, who in
plea for the Southern farmer
imanded reciprocity to bent fit the
ifornia, Garrett, of Tennessee,
ir of Massachusetts and Scott, of
’atents on O regon C 'lim s.
Ihington, Jan. 15.— u t behalf of
(liners and homesteaders of Ore-
•nator Gearin has requested the
ir department to withdraw its
i." last March suspending patents
neral and homestead entries in
The senator is especially
1 in 1 aving patents issued on
inephl entries where proof ie com-
ete. Assurance is given that 8ecre-
ry J l ichccH-k w ill direct that patents
lueon perfected minera, claims, and
ignite probable that the reet-ic-
homaeteads w ill be removed.
Airs His Scheme.
Jan. 15..— The senate
interstate commerce met
lere was ftot a quorum
^Iter an informal discue-
Sent was taken
5tor Newlands, occupied
tim e discussing his plan
i of railroads nnder a
j instead of the conflicting
He said capital sa-
be limited to honest valoa-
Kansas. The opponents of the measure
were Young, of Michigan, Loud, of
Minnesota, and Morris, of Nebraska.
The debate is to close Monday at 5
o ’clock, the session to begin at 11 in
Friday, Jan. 12.
Waghington, Jan. 1J.— Interest was
injected into the Philippine tariff de
bate in the house today by “ Massachu
setts idea” tariff expressions by Mc
Call, of that state, by a character study
of the Filipino by Longworth, of Ohio,
and by a defense of President Roosevelt
by Pou, a Democrat from North Caro
lina. Besides these there were a num
ber of speeches delivered on the merits
of the bill, nearly all of which were in
opposition to it.
During the day an agreement was
reached whereby the debate is to con
tinue for two days more. The house is
to meet at 11 o’clock tomorrow and
Monday to close general debate at 5
o’ clock. The measure w ill be taken up
for amendment nnder the five minute
rule Tuesdiay, and doubtless disposed
of on that day.
Thursday, January II.
Washington, Jan. 11.— Before going
into executive session today, the senate
l ’stened to a speech by Heyburn in
support of his bill creating a national
board for the control of corporations,
in which he denounced Wall street be
cause of its alleged interference with
the affairs cf the country. He said
that when the “ street” could not dic
tate the financial course of the govern
ment, it was ever ready to threaten
disaster, and ha pleaded for legislation
that would rob it of Buch power for
The remainder of the open session
was devoted to a discussion of the prac
tice of the senate of sending resolutions
to the calendar after they had been
Bacon raised the
point of order that there was no rule
requiring such a course, and said his
Moroccan resolution had been improp
erly placed on the calendar. He also
contended that the resolution had not
had a day’ s discussion.
was not disposed of in open session.
Murder Herders, Slaughter
Sheep and Burn Camp.
Denver, Jan. 12. — An Evanston,
W yo., special to the Tribune says:
| Masked and mounted raiders, pre
sumed to be cattlemen, last night at
tacked the camps of two Utah flock-
! masters near Burnt Fork, close to the
Utah-Wyoming line, shot down A. N.
Garsite and Robert Allen, herders,
slaughtered the sheep, and btrued the
camp wagons and outfits.
A camp mover who escaped the bul
lets of the raiders witnessed the battle
from the brush.
The raiders num
bered about 20, and approached the
camps at a gallop, firing a fusillade
of shots into the wagons.
were killed at the first fire. It re
quired less than half an hour to club
the sheep to death and burn the out«
fits, when the raiders departed. No
tices of warning to other flockmaeters
were left with the bodies of the dead
Sheepmen are indignant, threaten to
get even, and more trouble is antici
The range on which the out
rage was committed has long been in
dispute, and the sheepmen have been
frequently ordered away.
B LAM ES A L L O N M O R O C C O .
German Delegate Says Minister Mis
understood French Minister.
Paris, Jan. 12.— W ith the approach
of the Algeciras convention on Moroc
can reforms, the newspapers devote
greater Bpace to discussion of the ques
tion. Public opinion everywhere is
that the issue of the conference w ill be
amicable has been practically decided.
The Journal’ s Madrid correspondent
sends an interview with the Germa am
bassador at Madrid, Herr von Rado-
witz,who is also the principal German
delegate to the convention.
bassador, the correspondent says, has
no doubt of the favorable issue of the
conference. He believes the whole dis
agreement is due to the Moroccan min
ister’ s not understanding or misinter
preting the words of the French minis
ter to Morocco, w illfu lly or otherwise,
and says if the sultan’ s delegates try to
prevent an agreement being reached by
the powers, as it has been suggested
they would do, they w ill find them
selves in a most serious situation. But
the ambassador is of the opinion that
the Moroccan delegates fully appreciate
Washington., Jan. 11. — The P h ilip
pine tariff debate in the bouse today this and w ill give no trouble.
consisted more of party maneuvering
for alvantageous campaign material
FO RBID S P R IV A T E C A R S .
than of discussion ot the question at
The tariff was the text of a
speech by Grosvenor. of Ohio, who be Bill O ffered Congress by Fruit Job
b ers’ Association.
gan the debate, and ot an extended re
ply by W illiam s, the m inority leader.
Duluth, Minn, Jan. 12. — President
The speech of Grosveor was spiced with Roosevelt, Attorney General Moody
witticisms and enlivened with interrup and members of congress and the Inter
tion from Champ Clark, at whom Groe- state Commerce commission, w ill re
venor aimed most of his arguments.
ceive this week copies of a bill ad
Adams, of Wisconsin, opposed the vocated py the Western Fruit Jobbers’
bill, but advocated the readjustment of association, of which E. M. Ferguson,
the tariff on business principles. Mc of Duluth, is president, and which has
Kinley, of California, delivered his for its primary purpose the elimination
first speech in the house in favor of the of private freight care, the correction of
measure, and pointed a finger of warn refrigerating rates and bringing express
ing toward the growing industries of companies under the interstate com
merce acts and prohibiting the dealing
in commodities handled by them.
Wednesday, Jan. 10.
The bill w ill ba introduced in con
Washington, Jan. 10.— The senate gress during the present session. It
made it plain today that it had yester provides that roads must furnish all
day all that it wants to hear for the rolling stock required to handle inter
present on the Moroccan question. state commerce under penalty of heavy
There were two opportunities to resume fines. I t outlaws “ flexible’ charges
consideration of the subject, but both and gives the shipper an open avenue
were avoided, apparently with the as for relief against unreasonable rates.
sent of all the members, and the Benate
adjourned at a comparatively early
T R A IN W R E C K E R S W IPE D O U T .
hour rather than take it up.
For the rest of the session the senate
gave attention in turn to the question Deadly Vengeance on Rebels Who
of salaries paid to Panama canal offi
T o re Up Track.
cials, to the pure food bill and the
Riga, Livonia, Jan. 12. — News has
merchant marine shipping b ill, but
just reached this city of a daring at
without taking action on any one of
tempt of the revolutionists to capture a
those subjects. The canal subject was
m ilitary train conveying a large sum of
discussed by Simmons and the pure
money from St. Petersburg to Libau
food bill by Heyburn. The only action
A band of revolutionists having ad
taken on the shipping bill was that of
vance information gathered at Hazen
reading it at length.
pot, burned two bridges and tore up
Washington, Jan. 10. — A vigorous the track. Two companiesof infantry,
speech in favor of the Philippine tariff which were escorting the train, left the
bill by Dalzell opened the proceedings cars, and were joined by a detachment
in the house today. I t was followed by of dragoons. This force marched against
several others against the measure, the revolutionists, who from behind
most notable of which was a two-hour improvised defenses, opened fire on the
address by the veteran statesman, ex- soldiers. The infantry, after firing two
Speaker K eifer, of Ohio, who returns to volleys, whch killed 65 and wounded
the house after a retirement of 20 nearly 100 of
K eifer bespoke a “ standpat” charged with the bayonet, and the dra
doctrine of the most pronounced type. goons completed the rout by sabering
He said he would oppose the pending all the revolutionists they overtook.
bill because it was a concession to
Pipe Line Across Isthmus.
Democratic principle*. His speech was
Washington, Jan. 12.— Secretary Taft
replete with recollections of earlier
days and received the closest attention has recommended to the president
and liberal applause from both sides of that he sanction the issue of a revoca
ble license to the Union Oil company
of California, to construct and main
tain a pipe line across the canal zone.
Favors Alaskan Home Rule.
Washington, Jan. 16. — Senators There were six applicants for such a
Piles, Lodge and A llisrn and nnoffiical right, but the company nam»d is the
d. legate 8. 8. Ryan, of Alaska, today only one which specified the price of
called on the president and elicited oil if used by the government and
from him a promise that Alaska should whose offer was otherwise sufficiently
have home rule.
Lodge and Allison, definite and reasonable. It is, howev
the two strongest men in the senate, er, expressly provided that the license
said they favored this move, and the shall not be exclusive.
president heartily promised to give it
Asks fo r Second Federal Judge.
his support. As a cornerstone for the
Batte, Mont., Jan. 12.— A Miner
new regime, he promised to appoint an
Alaskan as governor to succeed Brady, I special from Helena states that the
who w ill soon resign because of the in Montana Bar association this afternoon
adopted a resolution indorsing United
States Senator Thomas H. Carter’s bill
providing an additional Federal judge
Proposes Assay Office.
The association, how
Washington, Jan. 16.— Senator Ful- for Montana
tou today introduced a bill authorizing ever, takes the ground that the bill
the establishment of an assay office at should not provide for the division of
Portland. The bill provides for an as- the state into two Federal court dis
sayer and melter at $2,350; chief clerk tricts, and recommends that change in
at $1,400, and authorizes an annual the proposed measure.
expenditure of $15,000 in payment of
Grinding Cane In M exico.
salaries to as«ay employes, including
Mexico City, Jan. 12.— Cane grind
the officials named. No specific appro
priation is made for the office, as It la ing is now well under way on the sugar
customary to mak« these appropriations plantations. The total production is
(estimated at 225,000 tons.
in regular appropriation bills.
L A B O R T R A IN IN G S C H O O L .
AIR EVERY SCANDAL
Senate Committee to Investigate
Affairs of Canal.
MAY ABOLISH CANAL COMMISSION
Latitude Will Be Given in Taking T e s
timony in Hope o f Showing
Washington, Jan. 13.— W h ile the
senate has labored to mask the truth,
the fact is that next Tuesday Theodore
Roosevelt, W illiam H. Taft, Theodore
P. Shouts, John F. Stevens and, inci
dentally, John F. Wallace, are to be
arraigned and tried before the none too
impartial judges who constitute the
.iithough less than twenty years
senate committee on interoceanic can
have passed since It was first proved
The trial is to be called an investiga- ¡l*1 Richmond, \ a., that there were cora
tion, but it means simply that every merclal possibilities In the overhead
supposed scandal, every petty criti trolley, the profession of electric rail
cism every report of friction between roading has already become so well es
officials, every story of an unearned tablished that all sorts of young men
salary, every tale of a discharged em are getting Into It. It Is again reported
ploye and every fleeting bit of gossip iB this fall from several districts o f the
to be told in public, and from them all Middle West that male school-teachers
the members of the committee expect can hardly be secured because the
to get— possibly Borne of them hope to 1 young fellows who formerly tuught In
get— the basis for a direct charge of in- I the rural schools are now all In service
competence, or it may be of guilt. I as conductor* or motormen. From the
There is not a soul in Washington who j country towns In the East, too, there Is
believes that anything w ill come of the all the time going on an exodus among
investigation save the knowledge al the most capable men to the offices of
ready held that some of the heads of the the transportation companies In the
enterprise have had their bickerings cities.
Such are the opportunities
and their disagreements.
which the extension of urban and In
It may ba that in the course of the tel-urban lines have made that even
hearings the public may learn t^ie real women In some cases, as recently In
reason for the resignation of M r. W al Indianapolis, have attempted to quali
lace. I t may learn whether or not fy ns conductors, and though In this
there was any truth in the reports of iIlgtance they proved unsuccessful, no
friction between M (. Taft and Mr. body dares to predict that five or fif
8honts. It may learn whether or not | teen years hence the patrons of some
Poultney Bigelow drew the long bow, | American road may not be hnuding
but that anything substantial can come
over their nickels to uniformed con
from the investigation no one in his
ductors In petticoats.
large proportion, certainly, of
I t is understood that the greatest la t- ' 1 those who thus Join the ranks do so
itude w ill be given in the matter of | with the expectation of rising from
asking questions, and, if curiosity about ' the car platform to the higher phbL
personal differerences between officials
positions of responsibility. Although
is to be considered ore of the chief
the wages paid employes by the elec
things which it is necessary satisfy,
tric roads are good for the clas| of
the senate and the people may have i
I work, the opportunities for advance
their fill of satisfaction.
ment are what are especially attract
The senate declares that President ing a superior class of men. Thou
Roosevelt practically challenged the sands. undoubtedly of the ambitious
investigation and that it has been de
have been Incited by the example of
cided not to deny him.
street railway kings o f to-day, who
nothing for the president to do, appar
l only a few yenrs ago occupied humble
ently, in the present condition of af
j positions at small wages.
fairs, except to "challenge” an inves
A large percentage comes from the
tigation. There i i a feeling in Wash
ington that he took the course that he j country. It has Indeed lieen the expe
did to win eventually the right to con rience o f the elevated management
duct the canal construction unhamper that the lads from the smaller places
are apt to pass very creditable phys
ed by a commission of seven men.
I f the result of the investigation ical examinations and to develop into
leads to the statutory abolition of the high-grade employes.
canal body, it may be that trouble and
Remarkable diversity as to former
rumors of trouble w ill disappear and occupations exists nmong the men
that tha work w ill go forward, showing whom the visitor to Boston notes ns
that a strong hand is behind it.
polite conductors or motormen in well-
cut uniforms. Many, o f course, report
simply that they have all their lives
S E E T H IN G W ITH E X C IT E M E N T .
been farming or helping their parents
on the farm, but among the hundreds
Young China Wants Reform Old China
o f new ones taken on each year are to
Adheres to Graft.
\ be found the names of men who must
Pekin, Jan. 13. — Reports from the have been through stirring adventures
South and from the Yangtse valley re before they undertook the useful task
gion show the anti-foreign sentiment o f collecting nickels. From the United
to be very strong. China undoubtedly States army and navy there Is notice
is in a ferment of politcial excitement, able a regular d rift to the service of
hut the movement is directed as much the Boston company. Several score of
against the government as against the former soldiers or sailors pass their
examinations every year and enter the
The government is between two fires.
industrial ranks under the leadership
The young China party is clamoring
of that veteran o f the Spanish war,
because reforms are being executed too
Ma.or General William A. Bancroft,
slowly, while the conservatives and the
president of the elevated company.
officials, the latter having their per
Those, too, who have been good serv
quisites threatened, are resisting all
ants o f Uncle Sam are likely to con
efforts at reform.
In spite of the protests in Northern tinue to be good soldiers. They find
China, the foreign ministers have not In their new occupation opportunities
changed their minds for the withdrawal for advancement which nre Impossible
of foreign troops from C hile province, In army and navy, for there exists in
the only exception being the legation It no Impassable barrier between com
gi ards. the ministers believing that missioned and non-cummlssloned offi
the Chinese government is both able cers. The most efficient men may go
and determined to protect foreigners in right from the bottom to the top, as
the event of a revolution.
Indeed every division superintendent
o f the road lias.
I f men from the government service
turn up often at the elevated com
pany's famous training school In the
Bulllvan square terminal, hardly less
frequently do people from callings
which would not seem exactly to pre-
pare for street railroading present pa-
jiers o f application and recommends
j tlon. School-tpachers and superintend
ents, weary o f the deadening grind of
¡the schoolroom, have lately been ap
pearing In considerable numbers. They
know that in the chosen vocation the
same devotion that was shown
teaching will eventually reward them
much better. College students, too, en-
Castro Will Sell Asphalt Lake.
| ter the service, some for a few months
New York, Jan. 13.— According to In the summer and others— those o f the
private advices received from Caracas. type that the company most approves
President Castro w ill offer for sale to . — for permanent work.
the higheest bidder the concession for
It would be hard to say Just how
the asphalt lake Guanaioco, of which
the New York A Bermudez company many ex-clergymen are taking up nick
was deprived about a year and a half els Instead o f presenting contribution
ago. The asphalt property, which is boxes on the lines running In and out
in the state of Bermndes, is now being o f the New England metropolis. There
operated by Ambrose Howard Carner, Is, at any rate, a considerable nuro-
as a receiver under appointment by the ^er of <hem. Home are men who be
came discouraged In the disheartening
High Federal court.
task of maintaining a congregation In
M ore Jamaicans fo r Canal.
* town o f diminishing population and
Kingston, Jan. 13.— Four hundred
regard for religious tradl
men sailed from Kingston this after- Hone. " n<1
n,m *° the conductor’»
noon on the steamer Tagus for Colon to c * lllng « " on# which gives outdoor Ilfs,
seek employment in the canal zone, exercise o f Intelligent and abundant
Each man deposited $6.25 with the opportunity to practice the Christian
treasury under the immigrants protec i virtues. Occasionally a minister takes
the «lam inations because be baa tome
thrust trouble wbicb prevents Us go
Demand a Low er Rate.
Juneau, Alaska, Jan. 13. — At a
meeting attended by 35 Douglas City
shippers last night a telegram was or
dered to be sent that no contract would
be signed with the two steamship com
panies now doing business unless a rate
0125 per cent less than the present rate
be granted. At present only three con-
I tracts have been signed in Juneau with
| the two companies. A ll other shippers
j were waiting for some move by Tacoma
or Portland. There is some agitation
to get Tacoma to pool the issue with
ing on with his preaching.— Chicago
T it h e -C o l le c t o r.
When any one, even the minister,
attempted an argument with
Marie Higgins, he was pretty sure to
find himself worsted In the end.
The minister objected at times to
the firm mauner in which Miss H ig
gins p^’ ced his duty before him at
every opportunity, although he had a
great respect for her character.
" I can't see my way to preaching a
sermon on tithes Just yet,” he said,
meekly, one day, when Miss Higgins
had been making him a long call.
“ The people haven't much money, you
know, Miss lligglus, and they can't
divide up other things very well. Even
you couldn’t, always. Suppose, for In
stance, you should go home and find
your hens had laid fifteen eggs, how
would you manage to give a tenth o f
them to the Lord?”
“ I should come back and take yon
and your w ife home to tea with me,"
said Miss Higgins, with a grim smila.
‘‘and I guess when I ’d made a scram
ble o f six o f those eggs and set you
two down to It, the I/)rd would get
Ills tithe fast enough.”
Chicago has a noble, If somewhat
The stockyards discharge
into It. It has been discovered that
the famous stream will burn. Haya
a local paper: “ That this historic sec
tion o f the city’s commercial water
way chii bubble and does bubble, and
that it can exude smells compared to
which a rendering plHut Is ns a fra
grant morn In budding Juue, and does
so exude, has long been a matter o f
loci)l history. If not pride. Hut that
the famed old swimming pool can be
converted Into kinetic beat energy by
the mere application of a match has
remained for the Weekly Health Bul
letin to disclose." It Is now proposed
to set the river ou fire!
The Japanese are making great
strides in the art o f advertising. The
agents o f the government tobacco
monopoly offering their wares In Man
churia declare that their
“ administers life,” “ supports the spir
its"; "this cigarette o f government
manufacture is sweet and of good
quality, famous, ouee tried always to
liked"; "w ill cause the smoker to feel
as if In a dream like unto the Moun
A ease has been reported In Ger
many which suggests the curative
value o f fear. The subject, an old
woman, had been bedridden ou ac
count o f paralysis for ten years. I^ist
August a tempest burst in file region
where she lived. Hall destroyed the
vineyards. A gale shook the bouses.
caused general terror. The old para
lytic, Influenced by fear, leaped from
her bed. There has been no relapse,
and she may be set down, perhaps, as
the only case o f cure by tempest.
Dr. Daniel Murphy, the
Catholic archbishop of Tasmania, who
recently celebrated his ninety-first
birthday and the diamond Jubilee of
bis episcopate, once made a Jest that
amused the late Pope Leo.
close o f a farewell audience In the
early '80s the
brother, I suppose this Is the last
time we shall meet In this world.”
But In the early ’0»>s Dr. Murphy
turned up again at the Vatican, re
minded Pope I.eo o f his pessimistic
prophecy, and added: “ 8o you see
you are not Infallible after all."
A bandy word much misused in phe
nomenon. The London Globe
beurd n man, explaining its meaning
to n friend.
He did It ns follow *:
"N ow , If you see a cow In a medder,”
be said, didactically, "that’s not a
pblnomeena. It's a pretty animal and
what not, but It ain’t a phinomeena.
And If you see a thistle In a medder,
that ain’t a pblnomeena. Nor If you
see a lark In the medder, that ain't a
phinomeena. It's a pretty bird and
what not, hut It ain’t a phinomeena.
But If you were to see that cow »It-
ting on that thistle sad singing Ilk*
that lark, that would be a phlno-
meena.” His friend said, ye*, h* sa v
n o w . _______ _
jV o , .
< o m fo r ta b la
Ir a t,
Coakey—He Is now, they say, upon
the very pinnacle o f *ucces* and pro*,
perlty. *nd y*‘ h* lan’t happy.
jnkeley— Well, that’a not altogether
snrprUlng. Did you ever alt on a pin«