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Des Moines Daily Leader (Newspaper) - March 7, 1902, Des Moines, Iowa SHI PES MOINES DAILY LEADER YEAR XQ 57 EE FOR PRINCE HENRY iRD MAKES HIM AN BY DOCTOR OF LAWS sents to the German Museum graphs of the tails Which tbe eror Is 1 Send The at Boston and Cambridge March Henry or the guest of Boston today to the city was a Governor Murry 1 Mayor acting and the city extended the of- to him and when the returned their went to Cambridge to deliver LS of his brother the kaiser museum and to receive arvard the honorary degree of if laws Henry's first act at the lion station shortly after he re- he degree was to propose and cheers for President is a Harvard alumnus The a cablegram from the congratulating him on his honor In the prince was given a the city of Boston and eat with more than 200 of the ive citizens of the He will resume his journey the morning and tomorrow t Albany and the United States academy at Point en New York which city he will iat night Bright sunlight te day and the streets and thronged before the special train was due began to assemble in the of the great South street I extended along the streets for the passage of the he mayor with his party of arrived at the station after 9 o'clock The First C cavalry one of the best tts volunteer troops had drawn ie station ready for escort duty i open carriages were in thf prince and his party to Somerset their first stopping i this city In the carriages a battalion of the naval brigade was up ready to assume duty as ii honor as the prince and his escort approached With the as a band The train was made vo engines and seven cars Collins and President Doyle oard of aldermen and President f the common council were re- Rear Admiral Evans as soon rain stopped The officials were 1 into the car and introduced to 1 Bingham military aide to it Roosevelt led the way into station where the cavalry was at attention Then followed Evans Prince Henry it Secretary State Hill and Collins Other members of the rought up the rear e Hotel Somerset a few were given the prince and his 0 rest Crane and President C W f Harvard university called on nee Governor Crane remained Shortly after his ire the prince started for the ouse where he was received by the lieutenant governor e heads of the military and and the state department Crane conducted Prince to the hall of the house The were received with applause ince merely in t Without further formality ty left the state house the public library where the was to pay his respects to Collins Here he received the rs of the city government also t thirty-five veterans of ars Mayor Collins introduced erans One of them made a address and the prince replied man He delight at the veterans and shook hands ich of them ving the reception the prince by Mayor Collins through to the Hotel Prince Henry received Judge C Lowell and Henry L representing the corporation ol d university and at 1 o'clock with them for Cambridge The was at the Cambridge city lere Mayor McNamee presented e tings of the city of Cambridge engrossed form Ona id school children of the city jou the arrival of the prince at Harvard after o'clock the party reached were received by nt Eliot and the members of corporation were pre- The visitors were conducted to V theater where the honorary of doctor oC laws was conferred rinca Henry by President Eliot occasion is unique Twice in the of the university has especial been held to do honor to of the United States making ess through the country but never has this university been called to do honor to a prince Weighty must have determined such un- nied action on the part of this of scholars These are tho of history know the Teuton in the dim past of many public customs which have through England to this inland Puritan origin of the university us hold in grateful remembrance testant ir kindred the German who upheld that precious cause 1 long of confused alarms icl warfare The Puritan C Massachusetts had followed ho vicissitudes of the thirty years d in the habit of ordering to Gort fur good news itching the social and ethnological of our own times we have int tho largest contribution which perm people made in the nineteenth to the population of the United came from and that the i junta was not only the most the best therefore in exercise if authority fuo by the president and follows c board of overseers and in the presence of the friends here 1 I create honorary Doctor of Albert William Henry prince of fmd vice-admiral in the society of scholars 1 that to the rights ins to IhK degree and Hint his s to be forever borne on its roll of ry members Telegram Emperor tinion after the speeches liege sons President Henry a cablegram The fd hat the message was William The prince in German the cablegram a t translation of which upon today depreo o honor which America flow May the copies of the of and Gennan nrt t you to be is well an to the young their in in the striving exalts is i ri Higginson then hoer Tor Emperor William and was next the of to Here lie DES IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 7 1902 PRICE THREE CENTS I fh hs urn Here many students at work at clad in meager costume chest weights horizontal bars HANNA FOR SUBSIDY OHIO SENATOR MAKES SPEECH ON men noticed he students at The prince and n-s suite were most interested iu the rir Sargent the mechanism of one ot and pulled a few upon himself Prince Henry said hv hail had members his staff about the effect t movement of would upon a racing shell Dr Sargent's explanation and illustration the punce I have to tell them I told you The trophy room visited and the were explained to him Soon carriages to the home of Hugo berg for the re- ception of the manic Museums sociation Henry found many men and of his own and det in the man style When the prince ami President Eliot had met Professor and Mrs berg they were conducted into the brary where stood Henry W Putnam chairman of hoard of directors of the Germanic He addressed the prince and iu Princu Henry The Gift to the Museum Allow me in a few words to thank you for the which you have shown me here and lo tell you that United States has been closely watched from he other side during the last year We are aware of the marvelous industry which has brought your try to its and we also aie aware of the of the Germanic Museum association and especially hie majesty the German emperor my brother and sovereign whom 1 have the honor to represent here has kept his eye upon it He has ordered me lo hand over to you these photographs of reproductions of monuments which are going to be reproduced in cast The work If I may say it is just In its first stages The casts are now being made and it will be about four months before the man emperor is able to send ami put them into your hands May I not then offer these lo you And he handed to President Eliot a large portfolio of photographs of German monuments and other places of architecture The prince caused general as he spoke to President Eliot and placed the gift in his keeping by ing aside to Mr I think perhaps they in the safest hands with you He Immediately No offense to addressing himself to Mr Putnam He then I meant for the fare of course of the nation -as as of the and this remark forth general applause President Eliot responded ately and returned the university's thanks for the gift When President Eliot had stopped speaking Prince Henry 1 hope it will promote good feeling between the two nations It cannot do replied President Eliot and the good ings rest on common motives and ideals and many of the German ideas will doubtless be expressed in this col- lection in the works of art which your sovereign is going to exhibit here in Cambridge for centuries to come After this escorted cavalry the prince was driven back to the Hotel Somerset The heartiest part of Boston's formal to Prince Henry was in the banquet at the Somerset To the sentiments expressed there his royal highness made a formal response The hall was lavishly decorated low being the predominating floral col- or The entry into the hall accompanied by Mayor Collins wag hailed with cheers At the proper time the mayor made his preliminary speech and called for a toast to the president of the United States immediately lowing this with a call for a toast to Emperor William of Germany Both of these were drunk with cheers An orchestra stationed just outside the hall played appropriate tions He Wai Always Forceful Eloquent 5 of College i er- Marine a Nece Washington 6 notable speech was made in the senate today by Mr Hanna of Ohio on the pending shipping which he discussed from the standpoint of an American business j man His arguments were carefully arranged he was always forceful and earnest and at times became eloquent He commanded the undivided attention of the senate and of the galleries and when It had become a station surrounded by all the a maritime licet would luvd it bv come a factor in our tions In the Mr then said it was the ot ilw the postal to establish H line on the Atlantic of South rica of Contact had gained her in the markets of the ing the policy of communication he is what brings results and Germany and Fiance are now at work to put in ike link be- tween the and tho Orient He spoke of the benefit that the age of the would bring as a result of increased trade with South can saying that tho now went by 01 and burg in foreign ships and MATTES UP TODAY MEASURE TO CORRECT MULCT LAW FORWARD BUI tn Court OB Liquor Law to tlood ot Sao chum by of u> minor -s iu tne up Pi U o n o Mil a i morning TO unl LAW will In for it The I dues nut is friends 1'l.iin to change Iu the divisions j I day lio not a In- thv l.iii'not-s of Ho Miia it Olivia u> tho 1 a in um ul ihv of N iu U s t tho to a iul WUM ilio of Control tho i ol of control u> dunk ol ill of -in bo oi Ill of lor ol i ot ni to lio U i on Mini as U> oi oi stale PAYNE MAKES STATEMENT TOEING THE LINE win ii s lie a lilt will Hid I filiation lit 1 ami il The nl I 111 ins lone the control of i iu the of IS TO BE GIVEN SUGAR PLANTERS OF CUtSA Twenty Tor Cont tn ot All Other Out Midi la Mo Vult Ii 6 of the ways mul means loo today out ilio in Ule discussion ol Cuban I think tho lurKiS havo up ilo Th n 1 lileli III I'll proposition Mr of for in In re is in tiro iui In tho and 1 II on not M in In luc Hint in my to Then i Mi tn unit dollars tlw to about olio million ID hH name Tills K to lio liny mm IM In any nr to U hurdly cc for i opinion of Hint the vet li for in- I of Hint tm of ii 11 or to HM j in i if H to ii Mini 10 In a pull I the In- lull iir H nino Thn SAILOR PREPARES REPORT Increase iu Boot Sugar duction of United During Vast Tear Washington March F Baylor of Des Moines the special agent in charge of the beet sugar investigations of the department of agriculture 19 in Washington making his annual report He gave today to the Associated Press the The total production of beet sugar in- the United States in the season has aggregated tons an increase ot U per cent from the tons during season of There were thirty-one factories in op- in 1900 according to the census figures and eleven more were started in 1901 There are nine factories in course of construction for operation in 1902 Other companies have been organized with a total capital stock of and would require annually a working capital in addition of cording to Special Asent Saylor would purchase from the farmer an- beets to the amount of besides many other crude materials FIVE MEN WERE Mine of Explosion in Company Pa March ex- plosion in the mine of the Monongahela River Consolidated Coal and Coke company today resulted in death of five men and serious in- jury of five others two fatally The dead MINK BOSS HOWEY son of mine boss ISAAC JOHN Fatally Ranger James On Monday a premature explosion of dynamite caused gas to ignite and since that time the mine has been burning All the air channels were closed and jt was hoped that the flames would be smothered This morning twenty men entered the mine to investigate It is not explained what caused the sion but it is thought that the turning on of the air which had been shut off the fans caused the which had accumulated to ignite A terrible plosion followed soon after the men tpreri A relief party headed by Seddon md Mine tor made an effort and nearly succeeded in reaching the imprisoned men but were compelled to return for nir All were overcome and tonight ire in a serious condition Three at- tempts were made to reach the men but proved futile Further efforts will be made during the night At 1 late hour tilers is a crowd of women and children about the pit Carrier Debate another clay fii the thi delivery nd to was in the A vote Is expected tomorrow when he closed lie received lations of many of his colleagues Early in the session ilr In charge oi the pending shipping ob- an agreement that senate should vote on the measure arid all I pending amendments at 2 p m day March 17 that entirely to those opposed to the Before consideration of the shipping was resumed an extended debate occurred on the measure providing for the protection OL the president of the United States Mr Bacon Georgia took the ground that in its present shape the was an invasion ot the jurisdiction of tho states and that it ought to be amended carefully and ically Mr Patterson of Colorado while he agreed to the general tions of the urged that it ought not to pass in its present form No notion on the was taken Resuming his speech on the shipping begun yesterday Air Clay oi Georgia predicted the complete failure of the pending measure Natural changes alone he argued could increase the foreign carrying trade oi the Uni- ted States Mr Hanna then addressed the senate his remarks principally in an- swer to Mr Clay's speech of yesterday He said that when Mr Clay quoted from Mr Frye's remarks that nil there was in this question which required legislation was embraced in the one question of labor he was correct 1 stand by that proposition but 1 go ther The ore in the ground is about 25 cents a ton After it was touched by the hand of man it was labor Ninety-five per cent of the cost of a ship built in American ship yards or in any ship yards is purely labor The cost of the construction of a ship in the United States as against that in either England Germany or France simply measures the difference of wages and the efficiency of American labor No Merchant Marine Mr Hanna declared that the chant marine was the only industry in the United States which not re- the fostering care of this Will anybody said he the absolute necessity o having an for our in the form of a merchant marine shaped un- der the direction of the navy ment and in time war absolutely in the hands and the control of the dent of the United Slates to use it in the most effective Senator Hanna said that it tho United States failed to profit by tho ex- of the older countries of Europe who have adopted a policy In reference to maritime matters it would make a most serious mistake Every merchant ship constructed in foreign countries was meant to be a ship of in time of need Mr Hanna cited the feeling of uneasiness along the Atlantic coast at the be- ginning of hostilities with Spain and the relief which was experienced when the four steamers of tho American line were called by the secretary of the navy under tho conditions of the law passed by congress to perform picket service There is something more in this transportation he said than letter bags there is more in it than dollars and cents lo the United States He like it he said be discussed above party considerations because a like pride in our ment and development ami whatever is best for the interests and safety anil the perpetuity of our institutions is best for all of us Mr Hanna declared that not an ship yard hnd a contract for another merchantman after the nine or ten vessels now tion were Everybody continued Mr Hanna that i Uni- ted States is engaged in a hand contest with foreign to secure the commerce of the it anil the States has been foremost and steadfast in its policy to the markets of China and hold as an door Tbo Philippine was lie key to the Orient lit and to South American ports By carrying American goods iu ships there would bo nil increase of American Closing ho again U> ot tbp of laoor that In this country averaged 50 cent T than in European countries The of ships built in the United States was from 25 to SO per cent higher than those built in Britain the once in price of labor making the in cost Tho difference between the cost of American ami foreign ships wus about 27 per cent the nitc1 paid on can vessels urged hat Ihc pending measure be enacted lulu law as the one way to demonstrate to of all that it would be beneficent in its operation More as an important item than as argument to those who were riot yet convinced of tho excellent re- sults lo be obtained from the be said IIP besought congress to keep pace with the world in exorcising the ural advantages and resources of which all Americans were so proud iVt the conclusion of Mr Hanna's speech a resolution was adopted ex- pressing the sorrow of tho senate at death of Representative Polk if Pennsylvania and an an additional mark of respect the senate at p m adjourned KO FOK SAILORS Treuty Claims Tumi of treaty today handed a decision the claimants nf tbo deaths and injuries by and seamen in tho wreck oC in Havana harbur Tim holds that tho in- dividual of ot onu nation may arise against the an- other nation lor of Injuries to persons or property injury may from nr any of its agents in- dividual in of tho and a tif a of war who receive In lino duly Injuries to persons Cor which a foreign in responsible claim foreign Is wholly n and ail injuries Lo and are incited in the they can look only In their own lor aw il nixy choose to A injured by explosion which ed bat in tho harbor Havana Cuba nn ruary had no claim Spain even if thai to the States Inr the explosion ami therefore finli seaman is not an in favor the Spanish treaty organized th act of of March 1 tn all of of ihc Ktntes against Spain the released in in pay by the treaty oi oi 10 The far with which he by Mils de- will amount In about probably be tn the ion been to the a ing report Tim laid down the Bailor nor pny of hip individual as a citizen -s with f hU a he no risks that from in hv of of a he ain ither tn in- for done by in time of if near the Maino at had bn n blown np md lo 1 of and of tin 1 the a of for nf to thr of and of of law of upon the injuries were recently one In thR county petition use have placed on I ho law thai it is considered almont out to secure Thus the held signers of consent may afterward naines II is claimed in some thai mnu has been lo Induce pi n to draw their from petillons once IL nnH also held by tho court that If a man's nil signed on the petition does not correspond with on registry liHt H he Thus if a name WHM pul on Ihu registry lint by a cleric ns Jones he making Henry H on Ihc tin name not counted competent llm that he person The lo correct defect nnd give full to Ihu III of all signatures cured mid riot to permit them lo be withdrawn It is thai under re- I Hie cily of i present petition would In knocked out and Hint JL n one would never he secured over of other an lo be iu similar shape while country towns the majority want lo give an practically barred from nil hope II Tn this condition hill will make n strong and IU friends havo great of its Kage Tiie the before trie on afternoon nnd In tho form In JillJ IS it from 11 OUT In U form i It introduced provided Hint supreme JudRe of na thuy live In lies during their terms nnd com- In Jn the the cut to hut this didn't fid the tlu nu of oilier Tin trill lo lix i uniform date on which font to th The by relating to the care fit or nnd friendless to Hi o on The Harper to prevent con of till hi till f ci wi for TIi to Hv o in of nf time on Hi of rc suth an M To iny ri T- o iiona or Dr V 7.I Powell and Ij ilner of n y liy the ACTION for 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