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Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1901, Fort Wayne, Indiana THE FORT WAYNE SUNDAY MORNING DECEMBER 22 PRICE FIVE CENTS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT VERELY REPRIMANDS LIEUT MILES FOR ANCES IN CASE The Correspondence by Secretary of War Root is Sensational in Whose History of the Naval Engagements Led To the Court of Inquiry is Dismissed from the Incident Closed WASHINGTON Dec munition on the iiart or tint stration absolutely lo ther discussion ol look shape in tion to-day of some remarkable that hus passed between Secretary Root and lieutenant to the hitter's in- published in u Cincinnati paper commenting upon the Schley case When the interview appeared it attracted considerable attention of- bwt after the lapse of two days without any sign of official tion the conclusion became general that the interview would be ignored Therefore the publication this after- noon of the full correspondence on this subject created a sensation in ar- my and is seldom that BO reprimand is tered to au officer of high rank in HIS INJURIES LOUIS J HAUS DIES AS RESULT OF ACCIDENT Assistant Foreman of Pennsylvania Freight House Passes Away at St Joseph's lar Railroad Man Gone sou A Milt's ttps army by Miltis urt nf Mi- at Mrs a of Mrs In of finding of tin court or Inquiry 1 am In the judgment uf Admiral Dewey in the Hn has been a of a and as such has known the and on a wan un- lie was in- -in the destruction of one Spanish Heel and knows and realizes the that an officer under such conditions 1 think Downy has summed up the In a manner and 1 Ills conclusions will be endorsed by the people of the United Slates 1 have no sympathy with the efforts which have been made to destroy the J Haus died Saturday at St Joseph hospital from tlm effects of the injuries Tuesday evening when he was struck by an engine on tho Pennsylvania railroad tracks Everything was done to avert the fatal results but death ended his hist evening after he had suffered untold agony for four days Krom the time he injured very little hope of his recovery was extended to his tivos and friends arid his demise was expected at any hour Mr was horn in Germany years ago but had resided in Fort Wayne for tho greater part of his life For the last 27 years he had been in the employ of vania company and was held In high esteem by his fellow workmen Tlie greater part of his service was spent as assistant foreman of the freight house Mr Hans was married but leaves no children lie resided at No 108 Hugh street Mr William J Haus of South Wayne avenue is a brother He is chief clerk in one of the de- of the freight house The deceased was a member of si Charles society of St Mary's church The funeral will be later Adams Mr Adams a pioneer of len county died Wednesday at his home west of on the road at age of 79 years He was liorn near ester N Y and came with his parents to Indiana when baby and for the last 78 years lie had resided county He was a civil war veteran was a I her of Company G Indiana v p from tiie E Haven interment was the F of Homer C will place to-morrow 10 from the Wayne street M B be made at Lindenwood cemetery The-funeral Mrs Elizabeth take place to-morrow at 2 from Uie iate No West Washington street CAGE WILL RUM STORY OF ASSAULT ON IDENT ROOSEVELT WAS A FAKE WASHINGTON yw at the house and ut the embassy an denial is made of of au assault alleged in have upon this president afternoon The president himself the story is not true and the denial of It Lord the ambassador who la said to have been a witness ut the emphatically denies the The story of Um assault vr out the fact that an ed man WHO lurching setts avenue Thursday afternoon us the resident taking his dully walk and that the man brushed against the president A service ar- rested the man toll it Is understood hf Wits soon afterward released A sensational story that the president had been struck in the presence of hord was printed in Nev York to-day AN OVERDOSE FIGHT TO A FINISH IS NOW CAUSED DEATH ON IN OHIO BETWEEN THE CORONER BARNETT'S STARTLING FINDING IN CASE len County Farmer Died at Warsaw Institute and Coroner Says Excessive Drugging by In- Killed Him COAL FAMINES 0 Dec coal famine developed here and un- less there is a rise in ture within the -18 hours much suffering will A ot manufacturing plants will close day unless can be secured all report stores of both and soft coal ex- hausted and owing to the inability oi the meet the demands there is little pros of COAL AT TOLEDO TOLEDO 0 Dec govern ment to-day registered eight zero the lowes point during thi month of To day a the largest in the city to shu down on pf the shortage b soft coal IN CHICAGO ha passed oE coa NELSON A either What? the will lie cannot although it is suW mit without further comment The nearest parallel tri this lats years in- ard a with the an to severely criticising administration lack of vigor question The of that case was retirement of the rear from active That General appreciates the situation by the deep concern he manifested visits to the office of Secretary Root It was necessary for him to write two letters to meet the demands of the war department and even then there was no expression of satisfaction on the secretary's part at the second ex- planation However Secretary Root himself regards the At least he does not propose to take any farther unless obliged to do so The full text of the correspondence which passed between tbe secretary of war and General Miles WAR DEPARTMENT WASHINGTON Dec 10 1901 am instructed by the president to call your attention to the inclosed report of an interview with you in the Associated Press papers of Tuesday Dec to in- quire whether the observations upon the action of co-ordinate branch of the service in a now in the navy department were ns reported and if so to afford you such opportunity for explanation in as you may desire Very Signed Lieutenant Mile of tho The interview referred o Hnat was ns such circum- letter General Miles made this reply HEADQUARTERS OF THE ARMY 20 -1301 The Hon Secretary of War of the 13th ihst.I have that my reported had reference to the action ing otherwise of a co-ordinate the were merely niy personal views based upon matters set various publications which hail been given to the world and con- which I conceive there was no impropriety in expressing an opinion the same as citizen upon a matter of such interest My ob- were in no sense as a criticism of any action taken by branch of the service and the statement that I had no with any efforts tending to disparage a gallant officer wise had no such reference Very re- Signed NELSON A MILES Lieutenant General General Miles supplemented this ter with the following handed to the secretary HEADQUARTERS OF THE ARMY WASHINGTON Dec 21 1501 Secretary of to my note of day and in order that there may be no misunderstanding I desire to say thai several years a distinguished and gallant has been assailed parties who have endeavored to him and other high officials down Dec 21 noK official confirmation be- at the white house be- that has offered the treasury portfolio to of Massachusetts and hasi tiie under advisement One of the difficulties in the way Governor Crane's ance ue paper company at Mass which furnishes the the government is prepared by a secret process and tlie government's company is a large one Should Governor Crane accept the treasury portfolio it is considered probable that he would dispose his interest in the paper company and big dowl buildings in a better pds tion to the possibility of anj thing approaching a f The coming of and parent in the cold spell are th two things that believe wi bring about this change in condition To-morrow the great th coal supplies of various plants will r main undisturbed within nes hours the managers sa they will lie ahie to pour soft coal into the city to prevent an further actual and scare suiting Accompanied by the owners of buildings and factories combined to disrupt prices and de- range the fuel worse than at any other time for vAll of and paid within the last two days v Tlie depositions or the several in Inquest held ver the remains of Henry Now Haven were signed yesterday Id the documents are in readiness for ling in tin Mr osh to the White institute on IK of Sept 23 and died the morning about -I o'clock un- er strange The ves at New Haven were not notified f the death until the following ami after the body had been re- loveil to New Haven a postmortem was demanded which re- in the coroner finding that Mr died ot au of of while at the of Drs White at Warsaw treatment on the evening of 1001 Eight witnesses were examined anil ho report of the Inquest Is n us affair and contains about 50 typo pages of foolscap On tbe evening of Sept 23 W S Townsend of Zulu persuaded Henry to go ta the White ion for Ho ilm to Warsaw and was with hin ip to tlie time that he went On arriving at Warsaw he and Me Intosh were met at the train by Di White who was to treat him Alte going to the hospital he was exam ned and the regulation fee of wa paid and receipted for Several drink of whisky were Henry before h secured his After haying supper he returned to the hospital am at he went down town again turning in half an hour Two mor drinks were given hiin arid when h retired for lie was given hypodermic injection of hydro bromate which was on other drink When lie he was waited go up HANNA AND FORAKER TIONS FOR CONTROL OF THE LEGISLATURE 0 Dec the statement of yesterday hat the next two days would line the question of light or peace in he present legislative squabble of John U Malloy to Akron rings witness Mr Malloy who is lie authorized agent of Senator la in Columbus and in charge of the lamia interests in the impending con- est leaves for Akron to-night where he will meet Chairman Dick and hold a conference Mr Dick from Washington charged with a message from Senator Hanna ami the purport of that message de- the attitude of the ug with reference to the ion of the house and senate The linn belief is here that Senator lanna has refused the proposition sub- Hilled lo him by of who went to Washington as the emissary of George Cox and that Chairman Dick brings back word that light and fight to end is the only stand that can be taken now This proposition was the election of Archer as president pro tern of the senate Uhl for clerk of the same body Price for speaker of the house and Speelman for clerk Mi- refused to accept Speelman and would have none of him Moreover since tiie proposition gave him but Uhl alone of four officers he demanded a larger representation and asked thai he likewise be permitted to name the clerk of the house refusal of this proposition is taken to mean contest and a scramble for the contro of all the offices At the saine time Malloy is conferr ing with Dick at Akron Senator For alter is expected to be in in consultation with George Cox C L Kurtz will probably do his talking over the long Ai the outcome of the the people Qi Monday ARCADE PROPERTY CHANGES HANDS GAGE AT A NEW YORK Dec of the Treasury Lyman J Gage was the guest of honor to-night at a quet given by Frank A Vanderlip vice president of the National City arid secretary of treasury The dinner was served in a private dining room of the club The diners fifteen in all were men prominent in the cial world Besides Secretary Gage and Mr Vanderlip others George F Baker W R Hinelander Stewart Jacob H Schiff Frederick D Tapan W A Nash A B Hepburn James Stuyvesant Fish -1 Edward Simmons and Joseph G Hendrix BIG SHOOT AT KANSAS CITY KANSAS CITY Mo Dec Budd of Moines iown won the Mr Henry M yesterday his brother Mr E P Williams of N J the west sixty feet of the by on West Berry street which has a frontage of 120 feet pri Berry street was owned by Mr E Mr A G and Henry Williams leased the whole piece arid erected the arcade building on it deal makes Mr Williams of west half of the lot from his The consideration The sale was effected through the art Zorbach Rocholl agencies remain to till about 3 when he awakened about left the institution for the re- turning train home.- was near by ail the had oust left when iie heard give a- prolonged snore fhe.patient died arid 4 ai of Sept 24 Tlie removed to the Mr R C Smith and oii that the tives were notified Smith that ie was ordered by Dr Whiter denied by the doctor in statement to say that to take care it arid that they air Ways a body when was and that this of this case Dr A H MacBeth was assisted in tion and gave it as his that the immediate cause of death was a dose or one of its mydriatic series Mclntosh was a well Known farmer He resided near New Haven for a number of years and was a man of family His mother who is past SO years of age has prostrated ever since the sudden death soil Mr Alexander Mclntosh of New ven is a brother of the dead man and was in the city yesterday consulting attorney in regard to the matter but no definite action will be taKen by the relatives for some days and the outcome will not be made public for several days nd given to the public Everything points to a contest though any republicans are yet seeking to told it The other matter of importance ay is the announcement from the lanna people that in ease of a con- Senator Dunham of Toledo will their choice tor president pro tern f the body This has been lly determined upon and will riot it said be changed There was a tiding for a lime that the opposition f the League to Dunham night make his candidacy a bad play n politics but he is looked upon now s the must available and the man The two slates as finally agreed up aue Hanna Dunham president pro tern of the senate Uhl Cuyahoga clerk speaker of the louse Thomas of Huron Clerk er of Delaware Belmont dent pro tern of senate clerk Price for speaker and Speelman or clerk of the house McKinnon of Ashtabula and of Ml who the Independent republicans allied to neither of the old and are candidates for speaker and clerk of the house still continue to cupy prominent places It is not un- likely will yet force the lowers of either Hanna or Foraker come to them as a means of ing faction from winning out Price one new day Guerin representative from here yote for to the end and nothing but a request would change his of the ate for that for the b'y Tiie WITH FAVOR ON SERIOUS COLLISION CHICAGO Deb land of Si who was in Chicago home from New York much optimism on the recent formation in tlie metropolis the arbitration commission The said was a great success both the Mr Mitchell was appointed of the hoard of arid Is ly meeting ot the at est America There is its to the feasibility the character of part in J no doubt ers of the country employers the largest industrial tions as well cts those men who spoke for public and general principles ot justice rather than special interests of labor or capital JOHN MITCHELL ABLY IMPRESSED it shows a on the capital for labor Asked his opinion of the present age of coal throughout the country Mi- Mitchell y The shortage is most entirely due to the means for transporting tHe coal from mines It is to get great activity in other Ind this fall has taken the cars In V Mitchell president oC the United Mine other lines of work As soon as Workers of America returned late this number of cars can be regularly the east where Be- at- coal will be plentiful tended the contention of the I amount of coal usually in this Federation ol Labor at each about Scranton and the meeting called by j tons If mines were at Civic Federation at full 400 million York could be mined each year A VERDICT FOR HALF A MILLION until finally he appealed against such cup valued at and Its to a co-ordinate branch of championship to-day at Blue park by Frank of Omaha in the shoot-off to decide their tit of yesterday when each man made a straight score ot 25 birds Kudd who shot first made a clean score on his five birds but fourth bird dropped Tn the finals for the Dickey bird shcol which commenced government co-ordinate branch I of the government granted him fl court of as I understand it they exonerated him from such epithets as coward etc nnd their pinions were given to the lic for the information of all citizens 7 that I fold no sympathy those hnd to Hmy the of a high officer Continued on Page Fourteen Four northbound express No 11 and second section of freight train No 90 ed a quarter mile west Hazelrigg at this afternoon The freight train was to clear at Hazelrigg by but was two hundred yards from side track when the fast express train rounded the curve Both engines were badly wrecked and the mail car was telescoped Engineer Thomas and firemen of the express train escaped death by ing W of Cincinnati had one of his hands badly II C Hiatt of Chicago wrist injured Williams porter nose broken and in- jured internally of in- creased his score to of a ble 150 and won the match Lodge F and A elected the following officers last inc: W M S 7 W Psm Abe S D H 7 D Maurice hilip L -T S Kii lyler Marion Enormous Judgment Rendered By art Iowa Court COUNCIL BLUFFS Iowa Dec 21 jury in the mining suit in which James Doyle asks for a million dollars in stock and dividends of the Portland Gold Mining company returned a verdict late this afternoon awarding the plaintiff Burns attorneys at once gave notice of a motion for a new trial and wiil argue it nest Saturday If a new trial is not granted said Senator Patterson we will appeal the case to a higher court The verdict decides that Burns and Doyle entered into a contract ary 2 by which each should share and share alike in all claims that they had at any time acquired or should in any future time acquire U was a difference f opinion be- tween the partners as what claims were and what claims wore not in- cluded in this inal led to tho suiL STEEL MAGNATE SCHWAB DENOUNCES THE TRUSTS CHICAGO Dec a speech Hanna of Indianapolis and Prof J night the Bankers Charles M Schwab president of the United States Steel corporation de- clared that the trust is a dead ness proposition built on a trinity that would wreck re- striction of trade the increase of prices and the throttling of tion In distinction from the trust he declared that consolidation had evil lurked in its guiding principles the his ing it expanded trade wy new avenues and the ot commodities produced For he discussed tap P Hugget of Coe college Before a company of bankers it is ot course unnecessary to defend the principle of said Schwab Men in your business are of necessity too well grounded in industrial to be affected by the advocates old line methods or the silly outcry against States Steel corporation thai it war with this that he most Mr was second cr Mr j two as trusts No a clearer appreciation than myself ot the trust I say lurked advisedly be- the trust is a dead business proposition with which we will again lie troubled It was an ment and to that extent served its purpose Hut it was founded on and promoted along lines of self destruction Us fundamental principles were th restriction ot trade the increase i of and tho of ih H II i Continued on Page Sis
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