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Cedar Rapid Republican, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1902, Cedar Rapids, Iowa CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA JANUARY 15 PAGES No 273 SENATE HOLDS SESSION RIOTT APPOINTS A TEE ON MILEAGE FROM THURSDAY NOON TO TUESDAY CONTEST CASE JO BE TAKEN UP AT ONCE claf Committee on Senatorial Con- Decide Case Soon As Possible As Oes Moines Jan The of- lal canvass was commenced hut not to a mistake in s county It will be completed the count it was dis- that Dallas county had I votes for Ferguson the candidate for than he had actually received he board simply a mistake in the vote on the returning lank giving him votes instead or 15 The totals plainly showed this the unofficial and official was willing to support the substitute if i this provision included Senator Hubbard objected to this declaring that it would unnecessary delay took the same ground as Senator i that Senator allowed to make a showing asked that the over but the chair would not t since it was a substitute for the yesterday Tho chair ed the substitute might be Senator Bull declared that ho iid no desire to cause any delay that his only Idea was to give Senator mert u to make a showing The of tho Hubbard substitute again brought out an amendment by ator inserting the words in- the answer or other pleadings of the in the provision for papers with the special com- on contest This satisfactory to Senator Bull who accepted the sub- which was adopted unanimously On motion of Senator the secretary of state was instructed to furnish the session laws of the and Twenty-eighth general assemblies to tho members of the ent senate Senator introduced a rent resolution providing that when ad- is taken Thursday afternoon January 10 for inauguration monies the recess extended to 1 p m Tuesday January 21 This was adopted and afterward the author that the hour be at 10 a URGES APPROPRIATIONS GOVERNOR SHAW SENDS LAST MESSAGE TO LEGISLATURE INCREASED BALANCE SHOWN BE IN TREASURY TO PAROLE SYSTEM ENTERED INTO IN FULLEST DETAILS Very Few Pardons and Commutations of Sentences In Last Two Years But Largely Increased Paroles on governor with the correction made in it will nade at the joint of the houses Wednesday afternoon The vote as returned on s for Ferguson than the allowing ty is and Harriott's is The vote on mm ins republican Phillips democrat Coates prohibition Baxter socialist peoples SO iu on the same date A large amount jV of time was consumed in a discussion as to whether the assembly could ad- journ for the four days intervening when the statutes provide that HO re- cess of more than three days can le taken It was the sense of the chair and several members that Sunday would not be counted as a legislative day therefore the recess would nut 01 three days Saturday and An effort was made by Senator Garst to change the day ot adjournment to Friday in order to be sure that the re- cess would be regular It was found that it was too late to do this and the matter was dropped the resolution adopted with the change in the hour Senator Junkin offered a resolution Total On Ferguson prohibition Jacobs socialist Jingle people's 13 Des Motors Jan At the session of legislature this afternoon the message of Governor Shaw was read Considerable interest was to it by the feet that it Ls his last public before he tuKes upon himself the 5 01 the treasury portfolio In the et of President Roosevelt from the mention of the deaths of Senator Gear and President two topics wore made more prominent than all the ot the financial condition of Iowa and in connection with this the appropriations mended by the governor ami the ings of the parole for prisoners of the iwo penitentiaries of the state Governor Shaw has made deep tions into the system and in his messagi states thai lie has come to believe tha many of tht problems that obtain criminals of today may be ad- emergency fund provided the last general assembly permanent building should Iw provided at the earliest date consistent with the available resources of the SCHOOL Our state normal school is over- Crowded The over in judgment is In excess of what can be cared for with best results under one management Two years ago I mended the additional normal schools to be equipped and put in operation from time 10 the ces of stale l mended location four hi view ot le fact every eKart to establish one nd failed and I hoped four might be in lime without serious The attempt was again to tea to one but rival interests defeated as usual RURAL SCHOOLS In this connection 1 again call on to the inadequate educational antages in rural districts The school teacher receives loss than ii per exclusive ot board arc told than any other northern late and than in several southern J L must that the major part f the annually spent by the tate for public schools is expended in ind towns It is exceedingly un- that the rural schools are ot uch character that an average r boy leaves at fourteen or fifteen years f age This lamentable condition will bo within ten if it s not already Xo number of universities will not meet arc evil The anil city school is planned for who begin it liw of age and continue graduation without intermission Ii Is a j place for tho from j munity a have in previous this Question at somu It has also received consideration he superintendent of public instruction believe with him township schools provision for conveying the to and from at will afford relief lhan system If to this could be provision for employment of A iv at an salary to be chosen In the raois city and with analogous anil would for Iho tc by law or uon lo v tne lowest bidder as solved in this few anil less commutations of sentence have burn durins last term of the present executive am in his opinion a far result has been obtained than formerly The text of the in full follows which was unanimously adopted To anil House of Represents that Uie secretary of state be j pf instructed to copies ot the requires the to communi register for 1302 printed cate to the assembly the con It was explained that the register is i of ilie state toother with such in nf tho as he may deem ex pod in tne hands ot the printer j loiu hj to this mandate 1 liav An of votes in Ferguson's favor was found in ne county and Des Jan feature of the legislative sessions today was convention of the two houses held at 2 o'clock this afternoon for the purpose of canvassing the vote for governor and senate held a brief session this The body did not i this morning concur in the house lution yesterday afternoon that Governor Shaw should read his the loint convention this afternoon The reason for this was the fact that the tion had nol been messaged over and could not be before this afternoon The senate received the house sage as a concurrent ing Governor Shaw to deliver his sage in person at p m A com- consisting of Taliman anil ford was appointed to notify tha ernor act with house tee consisting of of Kossnth and Pipher of Cuss Governor Shaw at o'clock the two houses having gone into joint session Ten utes before and began reading his message The feature of session -X of the senate was tht discussion which arose over the contest for publication and that the tary oC state to ber to order printed By unanimous consent Senators fit and Crawford exchanged seats that the senator from who is the oldest member of the body and hearing is slightly impaired might cupy a place nearer the MORE OF PHILIPPINES the honor to submit the receipts of tho term July 1 to July 1 Arid to treasury July 1 Total xt tho bo- of the term drawn the term RECEIVE VOTE REPUBLICAN CAUCUS PROVES TO BE A LOVE FEAST NO DISSENTING VOICE HEARD TO ALLISON AND DOLLIVER SOTH CANDIDATES THANK BERS FOR HONOR lington street and West Third avenue at a dangerously high speed and ing from Third avenue to Fourth ai u h IK her speed than the motormen jy run He did not throw off the current until within a few rods of the curve then applying the brake he had too dose to the avenue car which was waiting to transfer any passengers down town a collision was he current slippery even reversing did not prevent a serious ed in a thorough shaking up of the one passenger aboard the Home Park car the shattering of the glass in most uf the windows the jamming in of the front end of the car and wise injuring both cars The collision occasioned a delay but both cars were able to be run shops for repairs OTTER PROTEST to any passengers o conductor saw a cc lable he reversed bui the rails were then so Senator Allison Deeply Touched by Proffer of Sixth Consecutive Officers Nominated GRAND VIEW WOMAN BURNED Aged Woman Living AM Alone Burned to a Crisp Yesterday Jan M J Cast aged So living alone at Grand View was burned to death today in her own house Her body was burned to Jan United j States Senators and J P Dolliver wore unanimously nominated by the republicans in joint legislative caucus for the and short terms in the senate nominal ion is to an election Tho caucus was t love feast li speeches laudatory the ami honored standard ers Senators Allison ami Dolliver were caucus after the nations were completed and made speeches full of approbation Speaker I Enton presided and J Griswold was tor It C Blanchard of Mahaska placed Senator Allison in nomination Me It was a mere formality to rural are 1 present H is feared of die teachers j elect senators this already have else to commend them than i having attended to it But the slate is kinship to tho director Nepotism is nOL to have Allison one of it Uic i low can very much be of a un- hat invites i It these changes of you L hu bin you can afford lo the men It longest ished him CELEBRATE NEW YEAR'S DAY DO NOT WANT ADMITTANCE INTO UNION SOLDIERS HOMES MANY TELEGRAMS READ ON FLOOR OF HOUSE YESTERDAY DEBATE ON PENSION TION Czar and Czarina Express Good Wishes to United States St Petersburg Jan the Russian New year's reception the czar and ina took ocasion to express to United States Ambassador Tower the tion which they felt at the reports re- of the feeling in the United Slates towards Russia majesties the American to understand that the feel ins was reciprocated by themselves and the Russian people The czar and czarina inquired larly concerning President Roosevelt with whose chu racier their conversation showed them to be perfectly familiar Kent service in the senate Their majesties expressed a hish to establish new Roosevelt s diameter and the accomplishment of a sixth term in that body speeches were made by Jolm Hughes Senator John your if by John Hughes Senator J shall save the youths T and Senator J M Junkin of will have j Senator E T placed J placed J F IR nomination were made by Representative ments HAPPENINGS AT WASHINGTON of Other Interests will bo V thi iT I frKe route has of- tlie resultant of a wave of Temple J H has Hamann Both iho licit by an unam Recent Events at National Capitol Interest to lowans i Washington Ian A en dered at Steamboat Eock Missouri's Eloquent Senator Takes sue With Other Democrats and Makes Brilliant Speech D- continued the debate on the pension appropriation today and devoted much time to the proposition advanced by of Virginia yesterday to open the doors of soldiers homes veterans Two notable speeches were made in support of proposition one by Gardner 11 republican and the other by De Armond democrat of Missouri De Armond's eloquence aroused both sides of the house The republicans with the exception of Gardner took no part in the discussion of gestion which met with much tion on the democratic side on the ground was utterly ble v Lamb of Virginia read a number of telegrams prominent ates of against jit The house Nicaragua canal was considered today by the senate com- but action was deferred in der to permit a further investigation oC the proposition of the pany The motion for inent made by Senator Hording county Iowa February 1 It provides for a meeting Friday H Turner as carrier Length anil instructed Morgan SENATOR HOAR MAKES ADDRESS ON NOTED INTRODUCES RESOLUTION TO IN- ADMINISTRATION REFLECTION ON SENATOR LODGE HIS COLLEAGUE Balance warrants June 20 Balance in treasury June N At the close of business Dec 1501 there was in ury APPROPRIATIONS ASKED The following Is a partial Hst ot the that will be urged at your for institutions undor the of the of in op- The Board oC Regents of the State University annual allowance The of Agriculture And Mechanic Arts ask ad- annual The of thu Jitate mal School ask including additional annual ance The Capitol Improvement Com- mission estimates tin cost of improvements it Thc National Park capitol in u state of repair same with In to this vision Peter A- Dev who was memter of sion and conspicuous part in the Prof A an artist of more scute and Henry S i arneri mid architect Their is anil is com- to careful perusal This the expenditure in the of 1 it should all bt for at one lime but it need not be made available -in one 1 Senator Sharply Resents Re- flection on Committee and Says It Is Able to Conduct Any Investigation Washington D C- Jan the first time this session the Philippine Senator Ball one of the question was touched on in the senate cratic members brought the matter up in an effort to Senator Emmert a democrat and the present incumbent tin opportunity to an answer the special to whom the contest papers James E Bruce publican contestant have been referred Senator Hubbard and other licans at thought this an effort on part of the democrats to cause u delay in the consideration of ter but after some discussion it found that Senator only idea was The interest taken indicates it will occupy the attention of tho tipper branch of congress for some time when the is The pines were the subject of an address by Hoar of Massachusetts who on his resolution Introduced yesterday providing for the appointment of n senate committee to investigate the ad- ministration of these Islands Hoar Amount ns needful a creditable display at Louisiana Purchase tion For a of the State Historical annual For Fnr Board of Health For Kish and tion For of Statistics pic Commission allowance of SlAv For Normal School all i indeed inw in the foro it would bi they could all il t however that this of assembly nil Incurring nn un spoke at some length regarding the j They there unreliability of statements which have been made from time time to give Senator Emmert a fair j in the Philippines and ing- the mutter was j causes to the outbreak Justed by the adoption of a resolution jje urged that there should ne a the to n com- any senator in his official foro with this thut any additional buildings to should of For th policy of cheaply I was almost anything would mitteo and for the tiling of j KO and ask for two by Senator with this I nessos prove the correctness or The only other matter of Importance before the senate was the adoption of n concurrent resolution for n days when correctness of any upon which lisht is desired Senator Lodge naid he the resolution as 1 tion on the Philippine committee of sembly afternoon j jie was chairman and un- ceremonies If for tho latter would the rool not lonk nor tli walls cave A wise departure in tho r ns The ho at Cherokee the 111 y pital for th cral arts bi referred to tho trepidation tin felt In motion carried unanimously ins his term In the on I The action luc to of the tremendous to be Manchester John B tiled reviewed also tho j to Afford an to give a Panama which have been solved his thirty years service in the senate and service in the house Senator was gratified by the unanimous vote accorded him by the CUF an expression of the confidence in him in every portion of the party He of the full realization hfe ed of of the position but con- that he the EXPELLED WESTERN nd it is 1C Its conclusions bs i Cheers both names After the upon The whote scheme a reception was held The caucus nominated unanimously or as State printer of state er of Me Ayr code editor J II Carter of City A endorsed for university ins out to believe the result will bi- most satisfactory The capitol U con- third best in the country and ts maKes possible a more interior ilwn any tithor It will ie remembered the sion was suddenly the work As a result for nearly he fifth oC ii century visitors have stood in the outside of building in but have entered it only to be shocked at bare walls ami cor- The recommendations of this commission with reference a electric plant is especially endorsed a matter of economy A system of burglar Is also very In the Line connection t that un ar- well will be it liouse of which it nut wholly savil In one The of this duties 50 thoroughly and have so patriotically siven their time to the that 1 recommend that liey be tor the in excess of tho the act the commission LOUISIANA PURCHASE The centenial of and sion of the Stales in of larger of our west of tin Mississippi river is to he com- lij what to most tho world has vet seen With your bOily rests the responsibility of the part Iowa shall this event ly this little to resent in the fourth district today and Park Holbrook iu the eleventh without opposition OWNER OF MINNEAPOLIS IS OUSTED HAD TRADED HIS BALL PARK GEORGE TEBEAU tion I There -i a joint for r i to define the i of electors for V requiring that these shall i t-o the states TbA j purpose of tho amendment is to prevent 1 the of voters at con- elections j The important act of Postmaster j General was his approval today of TO i revision at regulations for the department ari postal and tho compilation of the acts of congress to the department and the KILLED BY KICK OF HORSE SEXTON PROMISES SUPPORT OF MARKET AFFECTS STOCKS THREE I LEAGUE j Over Amount of Speculation in Grain Proves Disastrous York Jan There was con- disturbance of speculative sentiment in the stock market today and the movement to sell with increasing force The weakness became rather acute in the Tinal hour whea the heaviest selling of the was done and the market closed active and Meeting of Western Association and National Association of Minor Leagues In Kansas City John L Hood Found Unconscious and Soon Expired Fort Jan John L Hood of Clare was suddenly killed this afternoon it is presumed by the kick nf a horse The accident occurred white he was driving his cuttle to a corn tiolil at tho north of town was it is that he yot off to the and was kicked in the head by the horse accident was partially seen by a j association of minor woman in house nearby who went at in this city today The was once to his assistance and found hiai impulsion of A is who holds the Ins: unconscious on tin ground near Minneapolis franchise prate A made in his fore- I it is charged tha con- Kansas City Mo Jan of baseball clubs and the weak and generally at the lowest nee lassos running all o 6 points for the p ami In consciousness and ili flo never d shortly TWO FRANCHISES GRANTED for TOP System In i Hudson Fr to the Pan Exposition In rr and nothing to the South Carolina I ing and i and West Indian which is nnw At a henr in Hut I nm of that i the people of this commonwealth will election were j tion of the Western hy ins: his ball park to George for the park the latter owned In Denver r T Powers president of the National association Secretary H Farrell and M H Sexton chairman of the national of arbitration addressed the j ins and promised the Western the rty support ot the National such provision for the Centennial as well leave no doutit in thr of visitors i thut Iowa important part to J E for a Important business plant and 1 telephone was the awarding of the Denver franchise t to D C and tho appointment ot jl Iowa City and the the house concurs in this resolution there will no sessions after day until Tuesday Jan 21 at 13 n m Tho house held iu session but at H p the joint convention which was held in the hall of the house Tho at with prayer offered by the Tt W Ot A by Garsi nnd the ident to four went over tho rules were this resolution adopted His new buildings Ames and Falls are excellent In tc this ingly extravagant In connection with the hospital for the insane at world may some time will a and more hut It has none now time for thing other than of and of he Kild was perfectly has passed let it bo handle any investigation be with him Tho was idly to the opening of the whole that the resolution should so over until Mason of made u in favor of with Cuba and On motion ot n was J the protective this state In 1 to most heartily of tho of that tho state from 1 of the opinion that all should IKS to the selection by men of ability of national ho this should bo to by and the cd of by the i and as the on contest bronchi up hy who a Jen In which answer to the In of iMs Btor now JnK uary Zl 10 tile his Mill resolution iiv Iw for ih.it Ml matters 10 tho Vv to act at the earliest power to holp subpoena wit This substitute at onco a Hall t the BHbstituie on the that it no provision for of an Senator Emmert Ho HON A L WOOD IS PAROLED as will the test woll is J only of this but of c work of in this than that Iowa an important i of thut priceless RAPID i CARS COLLIDE worthy of the state -ir nothing In- our motto Certainly ought not to bo a commission with such as to belle our prosperity and resources PARK COM- MISSION The iias ed a National vt and the lied a commission locate tlv of Temporary Motorman Results in Disaster at Waterloo Waterloo Jan tho of Duke tho conductor who was temporarily as man while the of thirty-two er which rt legislation shall thn and worthily ami services of IOWA in This was lias tiled which is with that tt published IP fibrin for distribution The the of for thf of suitable I nm of the opinion this is not A motor a committees to visit cities for to the The result of thix of these committees will reigned to who will make the selections to complete circuit were made by f the National Karroll of the New York State league of he way front stocks Today's upset in the srain markets re- suiting from over In speculation brought some liquidation directly upon the stock market The cut in the prices of refined sugars cost that specialty three points i Sterling exchange was somewhat easier leading to the supposition that Kold may not be exported after all this week but tho market was little by this development and by the eral gains in cash on the The payment today of In re- of the Hawaiian loan ed by the United States will accrue to the benefit of the ALL MISSIONARIES THREATENED er Stoy was oil serious collision occurred between two j Transit rars on West Fourth street this at was running the Home car Kick wards town the turn at Three I all the cours nf T J former president of the The Urn 1 and T lht Contents of Governor Shaw Makes Prominent and Editor Des of last acts of Shaw was roling A of who has in the tiary at Fort for perjury In thf anil was In prominent and at the time of his conviction His term half ir N re a In next the valise imi interest if t hereby CLASS FIGHT AT Commercial Students Their Class Colors to Chapel S IX at Slate the at- chapel with their At The close of the the of commercial ami a eil an rturlnj which several students severely illy It llese tolly In the Su v-c of b money to the re- l Tho Arts trt f Us i-y to the ft ment l from l from anv uther snv.- tft Shis tini either Iowa or of Iowa The in famous ut enl in a at lost eighty-two j Th charg other lost from lifty to over cent l It will row I of the Twenty-Ninth Assembly to their I or and their awful T nm still of the the of chief of to A t ill it the lower house of the but for want of time to pass the all the are rory low They it were much livers at Is Thf Is the to former years of iho RY the year both the j has bcca to and Collece of ror more than six months art loft I In the of state was granted at each Instance from tho on Sixth Mere Discussion of Philippines Iowa Senate Holds Session Urges Liberal Appropriations Senators Receive Unanimous Vote Expelled From Western League Utter Protest Hoar Says He Has Been Taunted George H Phillips Goes to Wall Additional Telegraph Additional City News Grafted Part of Rabbit's Eye Double Tragedy at Additional Iowa Telegraph Editorial Personals Viaduct to the Fore Hundreds Visit Poultry Show Urges Liberal Appropriations No Strength As Yet Short City Stories lovelies I When the expulsion of boon derided upon he to but was J promptly out of order aad holm a by I meeting i P Chase Frank j Flynn of Dos Moines saro the Western an option on Des S Mse haJl interests WATERLOO BOY DESTITUTE In Picked Up on Streets of Mu Pitiable Condition O T Conrl y IcTv was a street of hall in He him Ho ho was out uf by by hounds lest his American Missionaries in Bulgaria and Turkey In Danger Minneapolis Minn Jan A Stone a brother of Miss Stone tte captive missionary said 1 want to impress on the cople that whatever action is taken our government will Fet a hat will have Krent influence the of our missionaries in the all time to come The whether men hildren in and Turkey ari to threats of om unless This ave to take drastic measures r later It will save itself trouble t them now This affair is to reopen the eastern question Mich a way as has before in ths end the Unit States will have to take snore in j I am there is such as in the White FOR IOWA Generality Fair Wednesday and Thursday Light Westerly DEFAULTING SHERIFF CAUGHT Arrested at Pier Whil Bidding Daughter Good-Bye York Jan o 111 with having whilo servi as several nso WHS Sheriff of will tv to his home fo was at the pier he haj gone to sa farewell to bis daughter WYOMING FARMER KILLED Was 100 Much Intoxicated to Keep Wagon and Was Killed by Fall Jan A far r living near here Marston met his late this aft noon in A peculiar manner He taken n of to Oxford tion to a mill there seems that had ir upon the something it was red ho vras homo he unable to tain his on the oil otr U Is thought that the he loaded must have him as he was dead when found the marks on the body of the seem to 1 In that way
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