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   Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1904, Washington, District Of Columbia                               Washington business man tise in The Post because it ia paper the people read. or tnow to-day and probably to-morrow; fmh north- eaiterty winds. WASHINGTON: MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1904.-TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS. GATHER KOR DUTY. CONGRESS IS HERE WHILE HE SIEPT. Statesmen Come in Numbers to Take Up Legislation. LATE THIS YEAR ARRIVING Called to Order at Noon. Pittsburg, Pa. Sicilian, was ar ATTACKED A Pittsburg Narrowly Escapes Death at Hands of Secret Avengers. Dec. Peter Scalise, a oused from sleep in his BANKERS ARRESTED President and Cashier of the Citizens' of Oberlin, Ohio. LOANED TO MRS. CHADWICK iooni to-night three men, one of whom '-aid "Get uo, we have come to kill you." Thereupon the tinee men a. vicious attack with knives upon Scalise, cutting h.m in eighteen different places. The heavy bedclothing and the arrival of Scalise's sister And coxisin saved him from death. The and cousin were both cut aboutj the hands. The assailants and all escaped except Frank Yacca., wiio is in Cenjr.il station, charged with i ------------------attempted i Scalise, who is twenty yeais old, states j ,_ n that he incurred the enmity of the Camo- fhe Senate and the House Will Be rj.llai a societjf simiiai to the Matia, ana Bank Failed and Violation of Federal u forced to (leave Boston to save his j life He was followed to Chicago, he j LaWS IS saj s, and from, there to Pittsburg, -where he was in hiding at his sister's home. Tne two witniss-es of tho cutting were placed in a celjl next to the one occupied The First Meeting Will Be Formal and b> Yacca An Italian officer heard Yacca threaten the witnesses with the vengeance Probably Very Brief, and Little Busi- or the socleti if they testily ness Will Be Transacted This Week, j but Arrangements Will Be Made in the f01 thp twojv Meantime for Expediting Appropria- Object to Heflin. Mendum WiL being- thoroughly searched sailants who escaped. SURRENDERS. Answer Indictment for Embezzlement from Father's Estate. N. II., Dec 4 3 Secret Service Man Is Stationed at the Woman's Hotel in Mew York, but De- nies He Is Watching Chad- wick Cables from France Expressing Confidence in His Wife and Indignant- ly Denying Stories as to Her Past. li.eoralnR ia.llron.il trmn ycstor- I Mendum. a resident of Winchester. and ovenm, ?nd 'I .ml oiitiiiKPiU. riv iv. Sonutom to tht> ItaoklnRhiini iuU swulUiiK the' uit.U c loso up uutlitnfltlew to-tiny to 10 un the eompl'Ho roster   ol' the I'lillod (MUiscum' National mil well is the mmtll nf 1'uml'i nmountlnf? to botwcon Hank ot Oborlln, uiirt their ertuiiHcl, mm or otliei- ut either ml at Wl.OW mul from liiw futher'x enUito. vmtll Into lout iilifht and nil UK. I'.ucecl states toi. the ear I I uf JTwIdont C. T. Tlftekwlth and in-rlwi! ut sreat o prnc-e-mnn i MomUlm lhl, tmstoo and cooxnoutof Sjwmr, of that bank, wore Dlftcod ha-, bet n It wa-j bereft ot jitni. en the 0[ estate of his lathej. Twu HlHtem, iimief arvent Into I.V United u. ual r. atmeo The hotel Kibbles wire Wllllum Koir Shea, of Philadtdphln. Marshal Chandler, of Cleveland, illU d with happy reunions. Oioups in and Mrs. Sarr.h May Locke, of Ronemont, I nt tlielr homes In Oberlln, Marshal Chand- coiner were te ling how he.glHs po- Pa- wcro, lljie him, beneficiaries under j lpr personally took chareo of tha war- lineal had been carried or how nun had IW'" and lea for Oberlln at 9 o'clock to- bi en left outside the breastwoiks In tho latter class, however, were only Demo- ciats this landslide year Th.s tioopm? to the city, of Dpcerrber, bespoke the earK semohng- of. Sonata and House. It mil probably continue to-day well up to noon, the houi of moeung. The abac ce o anv questions as well as the onc- fUction, dotcriod many members Hum hastening on their journey. Prob- not for ears has a session of Con- been piocedcd by 1 ttle political isuatmn Pi a t rally ery governmental srttled Thei c are few uncer- lunifs ahoat the legislative programme. FiopubliL   ol 4 street, and I borderl on phyblcai collapse for nearly Mu rho LS entirely lost, al- j two of her chua.en were burned to death R w and fQj. the thrpe Q1 four th-.i-'i fimi it but slight en- tnls Kock Peiry, the husband, days bepn conftned to his bed. He Both Presiding Officers in Town. The j and his son Ilenrj and daughter Annie nal, expressed the utmost regret over the Perry were forced to stand in the street outcome of the bank's dealings with Mrs I and see the :ragedj. The forceful though P D.uatioin fo! the session are kindly effoijts of the police kept them complete in particular. Both pre- from rushiijg into the flames lor tUeir Chadwick, and has given no intimation as to why such great turns of money have been loaneHa from the bank to Mrs. Chad- wick. When asked to explain how the transactions were brought about, Mr Peckwith declined to make any state- ment, and contented himself with assur- ing his questioners that he was hopeful The fire is thought to have been caused j of a settlement in full of Chadwick's in town Speaker Can- loved ones. The dead .Tine hei e da% s m advance. Mrs ROCK FERRY, thirtv-flve sears old Ul J- ije, the ple K'l.-lif officer or the Sen- HARDER PERRY, three >ear9 old .ito> taiiicl, en loate uom M .me, m New CHARLES PERRY, two 5ears old lork and toi a while, and a ru- e'l hr- e last ennmg It was tne first i by" i "oan 6 reached which Mis. Perry was clean- j The warrants on which Beckwlth and -1? AU the i mg with gasoline The first trmg known Spears were arrested charge them with violation of the Federal banking laws Receiver Loeser's Plans. Nathan Loeser, receiver for Chad- mnoim ai d minority, m the- fee a e and i about the fire was when liames were seen tor the I issuing from the front door of the house Neighbors who watched the fire from it? >.k o the n orrc il cor fat 3 a There were sevetal hem dui 4ng the start said M ot v. e o de- moan issued from the death chamber on j wick's property, said to-night "that he o_ Congress or.ali businebs the first fio. Litt'e in the waj of legislatU e business I Mrs. from her position on the i- txptctcd this week. To-day will be de- I floor when >ti d to calling the roll and swearing in I jendered u w Hoi-sf members who have been elect- i piey to the______ ei. to nil The usual committee her side arid Charles was near the dcor. hat never a sound or ciy 01 found, seemed to have been nconscious, and then became flames. Harmer was found at he appointed to inform the President .1- is in Cession, and the ipsolu- tioii notitjing the Senate that a quorum u tlie is ready for business will pao ,cJ To-monow the President's i will be iea.d, bxit it is not ex- i ec ted that any other business will be f n'-aeted App.opriation Bill Nearly Ready. Th'ie aie a number of minor matter? r 1  suit of Mr. Newton against Mrs. Chad- wide to recover a large loan frequent nrention has been made of an attest for To-day a copy of the alleged attest was printed. It was written on a letterhead ot the 'Wade Park Banking Company. The following is a copy of it Cleveland, Ohio, May 23, 1902 To Whom It May Corncern I hereby certify that I have in my possession five million dollars In securities be- longing to Cassle Cbadwlck, and that neither raj self, no- Hie Wade Park Bank, nor any other person, has any claim upon the eame IRA REYNOLDS. When asked about the authenticity of this note, Mr Reynolds to-night refused to either affirm or deny its authenticity. He said that he would talk about his dealings with Mrs. Chadwick only on the witness stand. New York, Dec. 4 Chadwick re- mained in her rooms In the Holland iff Rinn, who served the papers, neither took anything with him nor put a keeper in charge, demonstrates in his opinion the deputy's inability to find anything at- tachable. Secret Service Man on Watch. Simultaneously with the announcement from Cleveland that President Beckwith, of the suspended Citizens' National Bank, of Oberlin, was to be placed under arrest, an official of the United States Secret Service appeared at the Holland House, and took up his station there." When rec- ognized he declared that he waa sent to the hotel hurriedly, and that he had been given no orders. He went so far as to say that he did not know for whom he was looking. After a long- talk on the telephone the Secret Service man said he was not interested in the Chadwick case, but de- Ciined absolutely to announce the nature of his mission. Emil, the young son of Mrs. Chadwick, has been staying near his mother for was the subject of some Inquiry to-day. It was said that he had left thfe hotel. This could not be verifleil. It was rumored that the boy had left town with the Jewels alleged to belong to his mother, and that she would follow him to-night or to-morrow. This was de- nied by Mr, Carpenter, who said that his client would remain in New York at least through Monday. Dr Leroy S. Chadwick, thp husband of Cassie K Chadwick, whose financial troubles hftVe been undergoing a thraHlilng-out process for the past week, has como out with a brief statement from Europe. To-day he cabled to Philip Cai- ponter, Mrs. Chadwick's counsel, from some ploco abroad, the name of which Mr, Carpenter would not disclose, re- quoBtlng that gentleman to "deny the published Htatempiits reflecting1 on CnadwJok's Ufa tnid churactcr. Defended by Her Husband. "They aro absolutely tho Kiunv reaUH, "I wlHli to havo It unrtai- Mtood tliH.1 1 Htarid by Chadwick in   is attract- ing much well-deserved attention. All the leading local painters are represented. Open every day and all evenings this week- Admission free. Sppclal London Times Cablegram (Copyrighted) to Tho Washington Font. Tokyo, Unofficial accounts of the capture vt High Hill, or 208-Meter Hill, nay tho wtrviKK'l" began at 1 p, m. on NovombPf U7, whon tho cotiuon- trutfld flrci of tliolr hflavy on the of JIM Hill, 900 south ot Hill, Aftor that, Infantry advanu- inat in, wldoly oxtonded, order from Kink- latun and tTkistun reached charging ills- Four consecutive ehorsrew wore livered between 3 and 4 o'clock, Thn fourth succpedod, but during- the nitrht tho Russians nuida three counter attacks, the third of wh'lch was specially furiovis, and drove out the Japanese. Japanese Decimated, On the morning Of the Jap- anese, instead, of advancing by way of Redi H-lll. made a distinct move on High Hill. TlJe attack began at daylight and was continued with desperato resolution. The Japanese, advancing into the valley between Red and. High hills, received the fire from both forts, and were decimated, but, sweeping on, they stormed the slopes of High Hill and captured the southeast corner of the northern face Meanwhile, another force effected a lodgment near the parapets on the west face. These op- erations were very costly, both sides throwing numerous grenades- down Swept Back by Russians. On the 29th the Russians made a furious counter attack and bore back the Jap- anese from the southeast corrcr and swept them down into the valley between Red' and High hills. They partially dislodged the Japanese from the south- west face. The Japanese, however, clung to the trenches thirty meters below the crest. Strong Japanese reserves now brought up, and when they reached the fighting line at dawn on the 30th the at- tack was renewed against the pouthwest face. Throughout the whole forenoon the fighting was continuous, but the Rues ans gave no sign of yielding. Meanwhile the Japanese artillery found the exact range early in the afternoon, and poured on the southwest angle a shower of shell which mowed down the defenders Japanese ships a'so aided with an indirect fire from Pigeon Bay. Assault Carried Home. OBy 5 p. m. the Russians showed signs of weakening, and the Japanese made a re- newed rush from their trenches on the southwest corner, but the Russians did not move, and the casualties of the as- sailants were heavy. At this critical mo- ment reserves were poured Into the Japa- nese fighting line, and, with shouts which rang over the whole of Port Arthur, the assailants hurled themselves repeatedly against the Russians, who finally, at 7.30 p. m., broke Into groups of twenty or thirty and retired. Suddenly, almost simultaneously, the assailants of the southeast angle pushed home their attack, and the whole fortress was occupied at p. m. Six Counter Attacks. After this Red Hill was carried easily, but the same night the Russians, whose large re-enforcements, summoned by tele- phone, had arrived just too late, deliv- ered six separate counter attacks, the sixth of which continued from 4 a. m. till noon of December 1. The Russians re- peatedly closed up to bayonet and there was a series of hand-to-hax d struggles, the assailants falling back ard again advancing. Finally, after terrlb e losses, the Russians retreated to Ants s- and Itszshan, leaving the Japanese in assured possession. The capture of this hill is regarded as very important, as the Russian ships are now exposed to direct fire. The Russians have diligently renewed operations for CONTIXCED ON SECOND PAGE. Magnificent Pageant ia Honor of the Inauguration of President Diaz. Mexico City, Dec. Under the radiant tropical sun and through streets whose odlftces were lavishly adorned with flow- ers wrought into designs of great be.mu .and whose balconies were hung in the old Spanish fashion, with lacr and tapestries, aa well us modern bunting, paHHPd llilH forenoon a Rront procession in honor nf the inuug-uratlon of Presltlrnt Dlna. Some persons took part In the great radp, luiRdy a clvlo and ntllltnry pn- Secretary Taft and President Amador Agree. DUTIES ARE TO BE REDUCED Free Trade Between Canal Zone and Isthmian Republic. No Trade to Enter United States, Canal Ports Except Supplies for Construc- tion of Canal and Articles in United States Postage Rates to Pre- to Become Effective When Panama Establishes Gold Standard. of thouBimdH lined HIP HUPPIM, flllort HIP bnlponlt'H, unit even iui ijn Hut roof toyjH, Thorn many Anici'lciiu tourism In tho city unit tho Hlmn and HtripeH floated conspicuously. Tho Inil- rnnlos of tho Amortotui Club Ivlel many of the Northnrn vlnltors, nnd Uif front the Jockey Club WUH ftiiily covered with flowers, In the. procession wero of all tradon, callings, and profeHhioiiH, bearing- banners, and the display of alle- gorical cars or floats was tho finest ever seen hore. Each division of the great procession was headed by a detachment "of" Mexico's finest cavalry In their buff leather who a picturesque show. The pfdtfessfon" started at thf> bronze statue of Charles IV, passed up Avenida Juarez, San Francisco, and Plateros streets, to the grand plaza, and was ra- vlewed by President Diaz, Vice President CoJivil, and ,1 brilliant company of la- dies and gentlemen from the balconies of the national palace Among the distinguished Northern visit- ors were Gen. Joseph "Wheeler, "who Ins been singled out by the government and military officers for marked distinction, also Postmaster General "William Mullock, of Canada, and party. The procession -was several hours in passing through the streets The crowd was made up of the city's population aid thousands of visitors from interior citi s I ADDICKS GIVES UP STOCK. Gas Company Receiver Recovers Alleged Illegal Issue Valued at Wilmington, Del., Dee. 4 terms of the settlement of the case of George Wharton Pepper, receiver of the Bay State Gas Company, against J. Edward Addicks and other officers of the company for an accounting of stock issued by them were learned here to-night from an authoritative source According to the terms ot settlement, Mr. Addicks and the directors of the company returned to Re- ceiver Pepper shares of the 000 shares, with par value of which were alleged to have bepn issued unlawfully. For the remaining- shares the defendants are to pay the re- ceiver which is the amount real- ized from the defendants by the sale of the stock in open market. This payment in sixty days is secured to the receiver by a bond of Mr. Addicks and his wife, and also a bond given by Senator Allee, New- all Ball, James Shaw, and Daniel J. Lay- ton, ir. DBIVEH FROM HOME BY FIRE. W. Emlen Roosevelt, Cousin of Presi- dent, Helped Fight Flames. New York, Deo. 4 Bmlen Roose- velt, cousin of the President, at the of a bucket brigade composed of servants of his household, fought a fire which started in the pantry of his home In Fifth avenue at an early hour this morning until the arrival of a fire engine. A line of hose was quickly run Into the house, and the fire was put out. During the excitement following the discovery of the blaze the butler jumped Irom a second-story window and sprained his ankle. He was taken to a hospital The fire and smoke made the house un- tenable to-day, and Mrs. Roosevelt and her daughters sought refuge at the home of a relative. HUSBAND UNDER ARREST. The Calvert Sale To-day. Take the 9'45 or 10 a. m. (or any later hour up to 2 p. m.) electric car from 15th and G sts. this morning for Riverdale, Calvert Mansion (the home of the great-grandsons of Lord where a quantity of antique furniture will be sold by Sloan Co., auctioneers. Ko postponement on account of weather. Ar- rangements have been made with Knox's Express Co., whereby purchasers car- have their Roods hauled to 'Washington at reasonable rates. Teams and packers of the Kiiox Co. will be in attendance. New Sleeper, C. O. Vtr-i u. ou; ojaii- one nlsht out. Neighbors Suspect Violence in Case of Woman Dead. New York, Dec. Sheridan, or Hammond, was f6und dead to-day m j. furnished! room in a West-Twenty-eighth street house, and occupants last nlg-bt of an adjoining room say that they heard groans and noises of a quarrel and. strug- gle coming from the room in which she was. Joseph Hammond, who occupied tiie room with the woman, and. is thouglit to be her husband, is under arrest. An autopsy has. been ordered by the coroner, he thinks that probably sine died from natural causes. No Information as to himself or the woman can be obtained by the police from Hammond. Author Commits Suicide. New Tork, Dec. Harrison Wag- ner, author of "Mr. Wix of and a special writer for a local news- paper, was found dead In his room in a hotel here to-day with a bullet in his brain and a revolver lying at his side No cause for the suicide is known to his friends. Warmer was an Australian, thirty-nine years old, and was a graduate of the Cambridge Law School. Panania, Dee d'CCefences bn- twcen tho I'nlted States Pniiftma, which mntlei npcessniy tho visit of tnry of WaJ- Tnft to tho Idthmux, were HPttled to-day by thn lusuance of tin Kx- eeutlvn order nlKnod bv Hern-tivry Tnfl, lor I'rPHkteiU and itKm'titca to In u li-tiu to J'ri'wldeiit Amiuliii' nf 1'nnit- Mlll. The order thnt m> tiutle for the ennui zono or tho Republic of 1'iwm- mn enter tho portH established by the 1'nlted Stuten ut either end ut the (pttuU, fcuppliea fot tin- aonnti uction of the cunul and articles In transit being This turua the customs jeeelpts nt these ports over to the government of Panama Panama, agrees to reduce her tariff from 15 per cent, ad to 10 per This i eduction applies to all goods'except wines, liquois, alcohol, an'l opium. Pana- ma also agiees to reduce her consular fees and port charges to GO per cent, of the rates at present charged. Absolute free trede is to ap-ply between the canal zone and the Republic of Pana- ma. Vessels entering the canal ports are gianted free entry to the ports of Colon and Panama, and vessels entering the latter ports aie extended the same pnM- leges in the canal ports Complete jurisdiction is granted the United States in tho harbois of Colon and Panama as to sanitation and quaian- tme regulations Parama her rate of postage to two cents and is to furnish all stamps in the renublic and 111 the canal zone. The zone authorities are to purchase stamps Irom Panama at 40 per cent ot their face v alue. The order of Secretai y Taft is to be ineffective until Panama shall put into effect the g-o'd standard, according to the curiency agreement of June 20, 1904. Jt also makes a. stipulation regarding citi- zership ng-hts of Panamans in the canal zone, and provision is also made in order for maintenance by the t'nited States of important highways, partlv in and partlv out of the canal zone, anil also for the building of a hospital Text of the Order. The order is made effective December 12, 1904, and the full text of it is as fol- lows Panama Dec 2 direction of tile It it, ordered that subject to the action of the Fiftv-eighth as contemplated by the act of Congress approved April 28, 1S04 Section 1 No Importations of goods glares, and merchandise shall be entered at Ancon or Cristo- bal, the terminus ports of the eicept such goods, wares, and merchandise as are described in article U of the treaty between the Republic of Panama and the United States, the ratifications ol which -were exchanged on the 26th day of Febru- arj, I90-J. and except goods, wares, and mer- chandise in transit across the Isthmian zone fur a destination without the limits of eaid Istlunian zone, and except coal and crude mineral oil for fuel purposes to be sold at Ancon or Cristobal to seagoing -vessels, said coal and oil to be admitted to these ports Tree of duties for said purposes It Is provided, that this order shall be in- operative first, unless tbe Republic of Panania shall reduce the ad valorem on articles tie scribed in the act of the national of Panama, passed Julv 5, 1904 and -which took ef feet October 12 1904, from 15 per cent to 10 per cent and shall not Increase the dut} on the ar- ticles described In the other schedules of said act except on all forms of wines, liquors alcohol and opium, on irhich the republic may- fix higher rates second, unless article 38 of the constitution of the Republic of Panania as modified bj ai-ticl' 146 thereof shall remain in full force and un changed so far as the importation and sale of all kinds of merchandise are concerned, third, ur- less the consular fees and charges of t ic He- public of Panama IB respect to the of all and importations into said ports of Pa-3nia and Colon shall be reduced to 60 per cent of the rates now in force and, fourth, unless goods Im- ported into the ports of Panama and Colon ron signed to or destined for anj part of the canal zone shall not be subjected In the Republic of Panama to any other direct or indirect imposts or "tax whatever. Reciprocal Docking Privileges Sec. 2 In view of the proximltv of the port of Ancon to the port of Panama, and of the port o' Cristobal to the port of Colon, the proper custom or port officials of the canal zone shall, when not consistent with the Interests of tbe United States al the Instance of the proper authority of the Republic of Panama, permit any vefasel entered at or cleared from the ports ot Panama and Colon together w ith its cargo and passengers, under suitable regulations for the transit of the im- ported merchandise and passengers to and f-om the territory of tbe Republic of Panama, to use and enjoy the decfcage and other factl'tles of ports CONTINUED ON FOURTH PAGE A cough will be quickly re'leved Pise's Cure for Consumption. 25c. Sleepers and Parlor Cars On Seaboard trains to Pinehurst, Camden and Florida. Office, 1421 Pa. ave.   

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