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Cedar Rapid Republican, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1902, Cedar Rapids, Iowa VoL3J CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, WEDNESDAY'MORNING, JANUARY 15; J902.-8 PAGES, No. 273 SENATE HOLDS SESSION RIOTT APPOINTS A COMMIT- TEE ON MILEAGE. .L'ADJOURN FROM "THURSDAY NOON TO TUESDAY. UCE-EMMERT 'CONTEST CASE JO BE TAKEN UP AT ONCE. ,claf Committee on Senatorial Con- Decide Case Soon As Possible. As Oes Moines, Jan. Special: The of- ,lal canvass was commenced hut not mpleted. owinjf to a mistake in Dal- s county. It will be completed 10- orrow. During- the count it was dis- vvered that Dallas county had return- I i.OW) votes more- for' Ferguson; the jmocratic candidate for lieutonar.t- avernor than he had actually received. he board simply miide a mistake in ntering the vote on the" returning lank, giving him 1.S1S votes instead or 15. The totals plainly showed this. 'ollowins is- the unofficial and official was willing to support the substitute if i this provision wns included. Senator Hubbard objected to this declaring that 'it would unnecessary delay, enator took the same ground as Senator i, that Senator '-Emmcri allowed to make a showing. Setiat'A -ambert asked that the resolu- over, but the chair would not .t, since it was a. substitute for the jffercd yesterday. Tho chair sus- ,ed tlsat the substitute might be johded. Senator Bull declared that ho .iid no desire to cause any delay; that his only Idea was to give Senator Kra- mert u to make a, showing. The rt-adlnjj of tho Hubbard substitute again brought out an amendment by Sen- ator Trcwin, inserting the words, "in- cluding the answer or other pleadings of the in the provision for lilins papers with the special com- mittee on contest. This wu.s satisfactory to Senator Bull, who accepted the sub- stitute, which was adopted unanimously. On motion of Senator llarriman the secretary of state was instructed to furnish the session laws of the Twen- ty-seventh and Twenty-eighth general assemblies to tho members of the pres- ent senate. Senator Moflit introduced a concur- rent resolution providing that when ad- journment is taken Thursday afternoon, January 10, for inauguration cere- monies, the recess for.- extended to '1 p. m., Tuesday, January 21. This was adopted, and afterward the author uug- gesied that the hour be lixed 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 Houtenunt-gov- r'nor with the correction made in Dal- as''county-as it will uuuouinedly nade at the joint uesason of the houses Wednesday afternoon. The vote as ;ic- ;ually returned on lieutenant-governor s rnore for Ferguson, than the .allowing table- shows.Cummins'plural- ty is and Harriott's" is S1WS3- The vote on governor1 follows: Unoflicial. Oincial. 3xi mm ins. republican Phillips, democrat lij.TTS Coates, prohibition .......ir..Cj7 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, iind therefore the recess would nut 01" three days' Saturday and Monday- 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, leavinir the resolution as.originally adopted, with the change in the hour. Senator Junkin offered a resolution. Total ....................ujO.aiJ On lieutenant-governor: Herriou.' Ferguson, democrat......Hi-SOS prohibition .......l.'J.OSi Jacobs, socialist Jingle, people's ...v-....... 13. Des Motors, Jan. At the session of the- legislature this afternoon the message of Governor Shaw was read. Considerable interest was to it by the feet that it Ls his last public utter- before he tuKes upon himself the 5 01" the treasury portfolio In the et of President Roosevelt. A.sidf: from the mention of the deaths of Senator Gear and President McKJnley, two topics wore made more prominent than all the ot the financial condition of Iowa, and in connection with this the needed- appropriations recom- mended by the governor, ami the work- ings of the parole sp-tern' for prisoners of the iwo penitentiaries of the state Governor Shaw has made deep investiga- tions into the system, and in his messagi states thai lie has come to believe tha many of tht problems that obtain cou- cerr.ins criminals of today may be ad- emergency fund, -wisely provided the last general assembly. Commodious-mid permanent building should Iw provided at the earliest date consistent with the available resources "of the Ktaie. XOKMAJ- SCHOOL. Our sint'lo state normal school is over- Crowded. The attendance- (over in judgment, is In excess of what can be cared for with best results under one management. Two years ago I re-com- mended the location-Ot'i I'our additional normal schools to be equipped and put in operation from time 10 nme.ius the finan- ces of ihe stale l rotaim- mended tfic- location of1 four, hi view ot le fact thHt every eKart to establish one nd failed, and I hoped four might be lo- oted in lime without serious dirtj- .ili.y. The attempt was again mude to tea to one. but rival interests defeated as usual. RURAL SCHOOLS. In this connection, 1 again call atton- on to the inadequate educational antages in rural districts. The avcniya :nrry school teacher receives loss than ii per mu'ith, exclusive ot board. -Ic-K.s, arc told, than any. other northern late, and L.-.-ss than in several southern tau-s. J L must -be- that the major part f the annually spent by the tate for public schools is expended in ities ind towns. It is exceedingly un- rjrtunate that the rural schools are ot" uch character that an average t'arm- r boy leaves at. fourteen or fifteen years f age. This lamentable condition will bo aintully ajipuront within ten if it s not already. Xo number of colleges-or universities will not meet ihe demand'or arc evil. The villape anil 'city school is planned for who begin it liw of age and continue uiuii graduation without intermission. Ii Is a j place for tho chlkl from :L rural-com- j munity. a have in previous comtnunicn- iou.s this Question at somu ensth. It has also received cousldorn- consideration. 1: he superintendent of public instruction. _! believe with him iliat contra.1 township schools wiih provision for. conveying the mpils to and from at public- exivcnse, will afford greatrr relief lhan any-other system. If to this could be addoi! provision for the- employment of A coun- iv Kuperintondcni at an sidcqtiate salary, to be chosen In the raois city and with analogous Uu- anil would rt-volu- ihe Afbnol system1 for soqd. Iho salarv slioul.1 tc ilj.ed by law or uon v.-nulil I--; lo v. tne lowest, bidder, as vaniajfcoiisly solved in this Ver> few anil less commutations of sentence have burn vtriintcil durins last term of the present executive, am in his opinion a far result has been obtained than formerly. The text of the messajjc in full follows which was unanimously adopted, pro- To Sciiittu anil House of Represents yMins that Uie secretary of state be j pf instructed to oniev u.Oflf) copies ot the requires the cxocutlvc to communi lo-.va otlicial register for 1302 printed.; cate to the genera! assembly the con It was explained that the register is i 'Htioii of ilie state, toother with such in i-rvo hin.ic nf tho as he may deem ex pod in tne hands ot the printer, readj j loiu hj to this mandate 1 liav An en-or of l.COO votes in Ferguson's favor was found in. Muscat! ne county and -was Des llolnes. Jan. feature of .the legislative sessions today was xhe convention of the two houses "held at 2 o'clock this afternoon for the purpose of canvassing the olSlcial vote for governor and lieutenant-governor. senate held a brief session this inofnins; in] The -upper body, did not i this morning concur in the house reao- lution adopteu yesterday afternoon, "-'providing that Governor Shaw should read his Ijiennial jnessage.at the loint convention this afternoon. The reason .for this was the fact that the resolu- tion had nol been messaged over, and could not be before this afternoon. The senate received the house mes- sage as a concurrent Mfolucion invit- ing Governor Shaw to deliver his tnes- .sage in person at p. m. A com- 'mittee consisting of Taliman anil Craw- ford was appointed to notify tha KO'V- ernor, and'to act with :i house commit- tee consisting of Co'wies of Kossnth and Pipher of Cuss. Governor Shaw ap- peared at 2-.-10 o'clock, the two houses having gone into joint session Ten min- utes before, and began reading his message. The feature of the.morning session .-X of the senate was tht; discussion which .arose over the Bruce-Etnmert .contest. for publication, and that the secre- tary oC state to kiuv.v ihe num- ber to order printed. By unanimous consent Senators Mof- fit and Crawford exchanged seats that the senator from Dubaquo, who is the oldest member of the body, and hearing is slightly impaired, might oc- ,cupy a place nearer the preisdent's MORE OlSGUSSiON OF PHILIPPINES the honor to submit the following: I'lii' receipts of sencnil revcnu.; tho tt.-ieal term. July 1, to July 1, 15U1. agRrt-sat Arid to ttiis treasury bahmco July 1, Total revenvie Oiitstniuling w.Trrrtnts ;xt tho bo- giuning of the term drawn during: the term SENATOSS RECEIVE ONANiMOOS VOTE REPUBLICAN CAUCUS PROVES TO BE A LOVE FEAST. NO DISSENTING VOICE HEARD TO ALLISON AND DOLLIVER. SOTH CANDIDATES THANK MEM- BERS FOR HONOR. lington street and West Third avenue at a dangerously high speed and go- ing from Third avenue to Fourth ai u. h IK her speed than the motormen usual- 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 Indenen- danctj .avenue car which was waiting to transfer any passengers down town, a collision was he current, slippery iliat even reversing ilic- did not prevent a serious result- 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 other- wise injuring both' cars.' The collision, occasioned a delay, but both cars were able to be run io-the shops for repairs. EX-CONFEDERATES OTTER PROTEST to tia-.srer any passengers o WheJ-'-he conductor saw a cc unavt lable he reversed tt] 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. Museatine. 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 De.s Moinfes, Jan. ll.-Spccial: United j crisp- _______________________ States Senators Allisnn and J. P. Dolliver wore unanimously nominated by the republicans in joint legislative caucus trxlay for the loi-.g and short terms in the senate. nominal ion is wiuivalent to an election. Tho caucus was ;t love feast. li con.sistc-cl it the ami honored standard bervr- ers. Senators Allison ami Dolliver were invitcfl iK-forc-'the caucus after the nomi- nations were completed and made speeches full of ta-lir.g uml approbation. Speaker I.. Enton presided and 3en- aior J. Griswold was secrewry. Sena- tor It. C. Blanchard of .Mahaska placed Senator Allison in nomination. Me said: "It was a mere formality to ut- rural M-hu-.-is laijrely are ;'1 present. H is feared rliat c-oine of die teachers j elect senators this year.-thepcoplo already have llulti else to commend them than i having attended to it. But the slate is kinship to tho director. Nepotism is gon- nOL to have Allison, one of it Uic compensat'.r.n i low Xf-i't-tr can very much be of a. un- 'hat invites cotisi'lrrations r-f avalliiliiiif. i njy. It" these changes lititdi.-. of you Kcntlt-mer. L hu K.turncd. 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 APPROPRIA- TION CONTINUED.- _ Czar and Czarina Express Good Wishes to United States. St. Petersburg, Jan. the Russian New year's reception the czar and czar- ina took ocasion to express to United States Ambassador Tower, the gratifica- tion which they felt at the reports re- ceived of the gooil feeling in the United Slates towards Russia, 'i'licir majesties v.-isliet! the American to understand that the feel ins was reciprocated by themselves and the Russian people. The czar and czarina inquired particu- 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 opin- to establish :i new record: :on Roosevelt s diameter and achleve- uniirr-cpJcntetl. the accomplishment of a sixth consecutive- .term in that body.'.' S'-eomlins: speeches were made by Kop- Jolm Hughes. Senator John siVrrifiM your if by rweniath-c John Hughes. Senator J yi.-ii shall st-i vt-. an'd save the youths T. and Senator J. M. Junkin. of TlK-y will have nr> comrr-iHoc j Senator E. T. Huhliard placed J Huhbard placed J. F. IR nomination. Seconding- were made by Representative ments. HAPPENINGS AT WASHINGTON. of Other Interests will bo -Doiiiver "V thi iT I frKe route has bccn of- tlie resultant of a wave of sciulmcnt tJiac 5.1- lj- Temple. Sui.uo. J. H. TroA.m -uul has rcci-nt crcaiwl RoprcsentaUvc I! Hamann. Both scn- iho imi.rtsslcr. licit economy-is ihe syu-lators v.-cre nominntod by an unam Recent Events at National Capitol Interest to lowans. i "Washington. .Ian. A sec- en or- dered e.-tabtished at Steamboat Eock. Missouri's Eloquent Senator Takes Ms- sue With Other Democrats and Makes Brilliant Speech. "U-ashington, D- hou.-e continued the debate on the pension appropriation bill today and devoted much time to the proposition advanced by of Virginia, yesterday, to open the doors of soldiers' homes ex-confederate veterans. Two notable speeches were made in support of proposition, one by Gardner of.ilicli- 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 Rixey's sug- gestion which met with much opposi- tion on the democratic side on the ground that.it was utterly impractlca-V ble. v Lamb of Virginia read a number of telegrams r'rom prominent ex-confeder- ates of TUcbmond, protesting- against jit. The house Nicaragua canal bill was considered today by the senate com- rnitiee, but action was deferred in or- der to permit a further investigation oC the proposition of the Panam-.- cofnr pany. The motion for tfiis pcstpone- inent made by Senator Jiitchell. Hording county. Iowa. February 1, v.-ith It provides for a meeting Jiest Friday H. Turner as carrier. Length anil instructed Morgan, cbaivman SENATOR HOAR MAKES ADDRESS ON NOTED QUESTJON. INTRODUCES RESOLUTION TO IN- VESTIGATE ADMINISTRATION. REFLECTION ON SENATOR LODGE, HIS COLLEAGUE. Balance Out.standinsj warrants June 20. i5oi............................... -a.Tr-.ni Balance in treasury June N At the close of business 'Dec. 3I.V 1501. there was in iht> iriKiii- ury 731.527.T5 APPROPRIATIONS ASKED. The following Is a partial Hst ot" the ap- propriations that will be urged at your hands: for institutions 'undor the inan- asreniont of the I'oard of Con-- tro! in oxcess of-ordinary op- erating The Board oC Regents of the "State University usks (Incluii- .IriR itddjtional. annual allowance) The Trstc-.-s of-tliu-Jowa Colh-fie of Agriculture And Mechanic Arts ask ad- ditional annual The Truslves of thu Jitate Nor- mal School ask (including additional annual allow- ance) The Capitol Improvement Com- mission estimates tin; cost of tilt: improvements it recorn- Thc Yicksljuir: National Park tin: capitol in u state of jK-rfect repair." ihe same with n-iulern Itr.prnveniti-ita. In to this pro- vision. HUT-. Peter A- Dev. who was memter of oriftlnai cnpitol coinmis- sion. and wiiy bpro conspicuous part in the Prof. Chsis. A Culiimirs. an artist of more scute and Henry S. -Josselyn, ;i arneri mid architect, v.-ere Sfc- Their n.-piirt is li'e. anil is com- iL-iiiied to yiui careful perusal ivixl fny- cnnsidonulnn. This corr-.-nission the 'expenditure in the ag- of 1 -think it should all bt for at one lime, but it need not be made, available -in one 1 Senator Lodgs 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 lendinR tfemo- question was touched on in the senate, cratic members, brought the matter up in an effort, to Kivfs Senator Emmert. a democrat and the. present incumbent. tin opportunity to an answer betore the special comniittec to whom the contest papers James E. Bruce, publican contestant, have been referred. Senator Hubbard and other repub- licans at fir.st thought this an effort on part of the democrats to cause u delay in the consideration of mat- ter, but after some discussion it v.-as found that Senator nail's only idea was The interest taken indicates th-u it will occupy the attention of tho tipper branch of congress for some time when the fcirift bill is reporu-d. The Philip- 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, suiwsted ns needful fiir a creditable display at thi: Louisiana Purchase Exposi- tion For a of the His- torical Bulldinpr.................. Ff-r State Historical Socieiy Jl.W ailditior.al annual nltotvnncv) For Ar.--cnal I'.nlldirifr............ Fnr _Statc Board of Health For Kish and OJamo Protec- tion For of Statistics.. pic l.itimrj- Commission .ir.nual allowance of SlAv) For Nt-a- Normal School 250.C09 1W.G03 loinc list'nro all i 'nitlfylns indeed inw in the foro i-.nil it would bi they could all IH: ;il t. however., that this wwfiofi of tli-j pcnoral assembly cnimo 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-how- j tj.ie in the Philippines and ing-, nr.d the mutter was apreeably art- j causes -which :od to the outbreak. Justed by the adoption of a resolution jje urged that there should "ne a -place "referrinc the ccutcst to n. com- whe.ro any senator in his official ca- foro with l-ut this _____..... thut !f any additional buildings :iro to l> prm-idcc! should b.: of thi- mtist p.'r muncnt o'nar.tctor. For yo.irs th policy prev.iil.-.l of builiiinc' cheaply. I was almost anything would i1..- mitteo and providiiitr for the tiling of j cnulri KO and ask for two wit- an.nnsv.-cr by Senator Emmor: with this I nessos prove the correctness or commlttec- The only other matter of Importance before the senate was the adoption of n. concurrent resolution, providrng for n. receJis'of thrco days when thfc as- correctness of any upon which lisht is desired. Senator Lodge. Hoar's cnlloaguft. naid he rcsardwl the resolution as .1 reflec- tion on the Philippine committee of, sembly nrljourr.s Thurwlay afternoon, j jie was chairman and :us un- iDauzumtion ceremonies. If for tho latter would ceaso lonp the rool diil not lonk. nor tli walls cave. A wise departure in tho r. ns hen: The r.cv.- ho Ir.sant.- at Cherokee, the 111 c-'nt y pital for th cral arts bi referred to tho trepidation tin felt In iac- Tliis motion carried unanimously. ins his term In the se.nie on ac- I Jafflcs The action ,luc to lhe oxpresSea unut" of the tremendous qu'cs'tions 'to be Manchester. John B. Kyndca. o.- OL- Ihe Com5niuee tiled, ilt- reviewed also tho sjrcat prob- j to Afford an oppcrtunlty to give a ialr lhe Panama proposi- Icms which have been solved durinp his thirty years service, in the senate and his- service in the house. Senator Dnilivcr was gratified by the unanimous vote accorded him by the cau- CUF. an expression of the confidence in him in every portion of the party. He ppoke of the full realization hfe entertain- ed of tin- (lutie.1; of the position but con- gratulated himseU that he cntereil the EXPELLED FB8M WESTERN .nd it is 1C Its conclusions cn.n bs i Cheers grectoil. both names. After the IrnproveU upon. The whote scheme a reception was held. The caucus nominated unanimously oth- or ofllcials as State printer Itemard iturpliy, of Vinton: state bind- er. Ho-n-jin! Tcdford, of Me. Ayr; code editor. J. II. Carter, of Sfoux City. A ft.berr.ethy v.-as endorsed for university ins rarefvilly out. -Those ccrtip-.-iynt to judcre believe the result will bi- most satisfactory. The capitol U con- tiio third best, in the country, and ts maKes possible a more art'.siic interior ilwn any tithor. It will ie remembered tlmv the oriKinal commis- sion was suddenly, unil t-.ncereradiiioiisly b-.-fore the conterr.plaitiil work v.-.-is citraplctcd. As a. result, for nearly he fifth oC ii century, visitors have stood in the outside of tlio building in jrrta.t idmir.ition, but have entered it only to be shocked at bare walls ami uniinished cor- ridors. The recommendations of this commission with reference :o a. electric plant is especially endorsed :is a, matter of economy. .A system of burglar xliirms Is also ,very iminirUint. In the Line connection, t that un ar- well will be Jiorert ;it thi? povver- liouse, ihe of which t-an it nut wholly, savil In one bienniiim. "The nicmUcrs of this ixjrformed thoir duties 50 thoroughly, and have so patriotically siven their time to the v.-ijrk. that 1 recommend that 'liey be reimburstfvl tor the lncurrt.il in excess of tho amouni ulltiwed the act ir.s the commission. LOUISIANA PURCHASE C12NTEX- N1AU The centenial of and ces- sion of the l.'r.itod Stales in of ths? larger of our naslmial -ioraiiin west of tin; Mississippi river is to he com- nwmoraied lij" what to !H; most tho world has vet seen. With your hononible bOily rests the responsibility of the part Iowa shall tnUe this event. ly. this st-'iis contribute! little to tlio resent in the fourth district today and Park Holbrook iu the eleventh without opposition. OWNER OF MINNEAPOLIS CH1SE IS OUSTED. FRAN- HAD TRADED HIS BALL PARK GEORGE TEBEAU. tion. I There v.-as .-i sentimont csprcssci totlay iii'roiicce.l a joint re-solution- for r. cor.r'titutior.al aicendment cmpow- i cyr.icrcss to define the i of electors for merr.hcrs congress-and V requiring that these Viudlliicatioiis shall i t-o unifurm thrt-ushotu the states. TbA j purpose of tho amendment is. to prevent 1 the of voters at con-' sressioaal elections. j The lien! important act of Postmaster" j General was his approval today of TO i revision at regulations for the gov- ernment department ari postal sen-ice and tho compilation of the .acts of congress rflatins- to the department and the sen-ice. .KILLED BY KICK OF HORSE. SEXTON PROMISES SUPPORT OF MARKET AFFECTS STOCKS THREE I LEAGUE. j _ Over Amount of Speculation in Grain Proves Disastrous. N'eu- York. Jan. -i-i. There was con- siderable disturbance of speculative sentiment in the stock market today and the movement to sell sained with increasing force. The weakness became rather acute in the Tinal hour, whea the heaviest selling of the day'1 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 Doilpc. 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. }lc was ridinp: hor-'oliack it is sujiposcrt that he yot off to ojx-n the and was kicked in the head by the horse. The- accident was partially seen by a j tior.al association of minor woman in :i house nearby who went at in this city today. The was once to his assistance and found hiai ly- impulsion "of A. is. r.ealt who holds the Ins: unconscious on tin; ground near Minneapolis franchise from.tho WeMsm prate. A preat hct.- made in his fore- I it is charged, violate! tha con- Kansas City. Mo., Jan. of baseball clubs, and the Xa- weak and generally at the lowest, nee lassos running all o 6 points for the p liead ami hi? crnshihl In, reininccl consciousness and ili aftorwarils. flo never d shortly TWO FRANCHISES GRANTED. anchis-s for Linht TOP Lignt- clcphons System. Kxposltion In 1SI-S. noth- i Hudson Fr; lnK to the Pan Anv.rir.in Exposition In MJaso" rr, and nothing to the South Carolina I ing and i _ __ and West Indian which is nnw At a spe- henr in proCTMS Hut I nm of tin- oplmmi that i the people of this commonwealth will up- cwl election tod.iy. trancnises were j tion. lindence of the "Western Ifasue hy trad- ins: his ball park to George Tobeati. for the park the latter owned In Denver. r. T. Powers, president of the National association. Secretary J- H. Farrell and M. H. Sexton, chairman of the national of arbitration, addressed the j ins and promised the Western leapie the rty support ot the National ossocla- provc such provision for the Loualana I'nrenhse Centennial Kspusltion as well _ leave no doutit in thr mir.ds "of visitors i thut Iowa constltuu-s :in important part to J. E. Straycr for a Othor Important business transacts! plant and .1 telephone svstem. was the awarding of the Denver franchise '______ t to D. C. Pacitarrt and tho appointment ot ;jl Iowa City, and the the house concurs in this resolution. "there will no sessions after Thurs- day until Tuesday. Jan. 21. at 13 n. m. Tho house held iu. mominK session to- but ir.ct at H p. m..'for the joint convention which was held in the hall of the" house. Tho aen.f.c sosliin at with prayer offered by the Tt W. HUKho.- Ot Of'Kaloosa. A rowlutUw offrretl by Garsi nnd utithorlilns the pres- ident to' .iJMwtint four artiJlllonnl went over tho rules. nsrcessary were this resolution adopted. His eom- new buildings r.i Imth Ames and CisUir Falls are excellent In chsiracter. Tliose rompotfiu tc jiutKt- hi'vo nso.-l this seem- ingly extravagant liinsu.tw In connection with the hospital for the insane at Cher- okee: "Tin- world may an-l pro'.ial-ty some time will a plaRncd and more conipletoly tiosplctl. hut It has none IK-HUT now." time for any- thing other than biitlilin.es of mwU'rn and of ssricily he Kild. was perfectly uli'.o constrection. "has passed, let it bo handle any investigation wl-.ich mis'nt be conducl-fd. Cartnack. drmivmt. :iprefd with him. Tho difcurefon was l-vidins rap- idly to the opening ;ij> of the whole that the resolution should so over until Mason of "lliinnls. made u spoech in favor of reclprfH-lty with Cuba, and On motion ot Trrwin n was J the protective this state. STATB In tlii-J conni'c-tinn. 1 doslrf to inilorv most heartily of tho bo-'irii of ciintrol that tho state nrebl- from .l.vicnlns: e.'luoa- tlonal 1 of the opinion that ili-slfjns all publk- should IKS Ilirnvvii to romrH-tilion, ari'l the plir.s selection cxnrairn-.J by men of r- ability. of national rep- xitsxMon. Thi- ho th.vt this should bo to av.i.I t.ie- dmiiRht c-iiisol by cwtar.t and closir.p i'f the cd of by the mrmK-rs Mliins i hi- or.tr.moc. fipaiiiiUnK and l.-.rr.N'ri as the commltu-e on nillcajce. Bruot-Kmmert contest w.is bronchi up hy Sr-nr.ior T-rxll. who wlshilrrw a res- oluttnn offiriM slvinc J--------- Kmmrrt Jen In which ti- answer to the In plan- of iMs A-n- Btor ofT.-ri.-tl now Klv- JnK S.-nntor r.mmert Turs.l.iy. Jnn- uary Zl. 10 tile his nnswor. Si-natr-c Hub- Mill anothfr resolution whloh h.- iiv Iw for r..ill'p. pmvitJIr.ij ih.it Ml matters (wr- talnlnff 10 tho Vv to tlvi structol act at the earliest poss'.Me inomer.t. V-cins power to -rr pluoy holp anvl subpoena wit This substitute at onco a Hall obj.x-tiKl t" the BHbstituie on the rrrouml that it mnclo no provision for hlltis of an Answo.r fcy.thc Senator Emmert. Ho HON. A. L. WOOD IS PAROLED. u-jh as will Mnnd the test iirrhit'vtiini'.lv. :ts woll ;is m-.vh.ini- J r.illy. n-n only of this, but of c. Th.> work of r.o m.in -ail! in this >ii-sr than ai- that Iowa constlttiu-s an important psrt i of thut priceless ae-iuisltion. Siimotninjc RAPID i RANSIT CARS COLLIDE. worthy of the state, -ir nothing. In- our motto. Certainly thc-re ought not to bo crfiitiil a commission with such lim- lled as to belle our prosperity and libi-1 locate tlv Cartcssr.ess of Temporary Motorman Results in Disaster at Waterloo. "Waterloo. Jan. tho t'nre- Uwsncss of U.-xlph Duke, tho conductor. who was actinp temporarily as motor- man while the reRular nmtorman. of thirty-two er IOVIM which oth- rt ijmt legislation :is shall suitablv jir.il nently m.ir'K thn thi'.s and worthily vnliir ami services of IOWA olillcrs in c.im- :in._ sicse o: This mlssion was >luly ar.d lias tiled It? which is t.i y.'iir honorsiWi- Inxly with th.> that tt published IP suitiililo fibrin for distribution. The the of for thf rrec- tton of suitable I nm of the opinion this is not xcrssixv. A ng-his motor.
mnivnv-.r.xt.- hotli their val- I or and their awful SAI.AKIKS- T nm still of the the ral.iry of bo'r.il of iho trcM- T.OSSKS RY P1KK- Purinc the pa.-t year, both the j ecutivc-, has bcca ri'cf-ntly to (.nlvcrstty and Collece of ror more than six months ihci art loft thouRh I baTancv; In the itvasury of state ha.t .was granted at each Instance from tho jCoatinued on Sixth Mere Discussion of Philippines. Iowa Senate Holds Session. Urges Liberal Appropriations. Senators Receive Unanimous Vote. Expelled From Western League. Ex-Confederates 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 Maq-joketa, 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 Kcall boon l! derided upon, he aroso to but was J; promptly ilortnrcrl out of order aad holm; rcfxiso.l a lirarinc by 5're.slilrat Whlttielil. I Ihe meeting. i P. Chase, represciitatint; Frank j Flynn of Dos Moines saro the Western an option on Klyim's Des S Mse haJl interests. WATERLOO BOY DESTITUTE. In Picked Up on Streets of Mu Pitiable Condition. O. T., J.in. Conrl aceil y. rlaimlnir IcTv boir.e was pifkv-il vj> a street of Mul- hall I.xst nisht in :i ilaie-l He sViircely er.o flothinf; eover him. Ho ho was ch-ise-I out uf by ,-ir.il afterwanl uttt.i.-ki-il by hounds ant! lest his American Missionaries in Bulgaria and Turkey In Danger. Minneapolis. Minn.. Jan. A. Stone, a brother of Miss Stone, tte captive missionary, said today: "1 want to impress on the Amcrlcar cople that whatever action is taken our government will Fet a prcceden; hat will have Krent influence npon the ifety of our missionaries in the, orienl all time to come. The Arnerlear lionnriey whether men. hildren. in and Turkey, ari culay to threats of deatl 'om politlral bris-tnds unless tnone" This jroveramoat -vrl' ave to take drastic measures soor.e r later. It will save itself trouble t akinjr them now. This affair is to reopen the eastern question Mich a way as i: has r.evcr ope: before. Ar.J in ths end the Unit States will have to take snore in j sttleiTsent. I am ?lad there is such -.an as in the White Hous: XVEATHER FOR IOWA. Generality Fair Wednesday and .Thursday; Light Westerly DEFAULTING SHERIFF CAUGHT. Arrested at Trans-Atlantic Pier Whil Bidding Daughter Good-Bye. X.-iv York. Jan. HifTfln. o Oln.-y. 111.. with having npprop fnarts whilo servi as fh'Ttff several ye.irs nso. WHS tivl ti> Sheriff HAUSKT of Olr. am! will tv ta.ken to his formtr home fo irinl. lUsctns was arrestevl at the tmns Atlnnilo pier -where he haj gone to sa. farewell to bis daughter, WYOMING FARMER KILLED. Was 100 Much Intoxicated to Keep Wagon and Was Killed by Fall. Wyoroinc. Jan. A far r living near here. nameJ Tlion Marston. met his late this aft noon in A peculiar manner. He taken n. loail of prlst to Oxford tion to a mill there, ar.d vrhilr seems that hf> had ir upon the something it was red. ho vras turrilrtK homo he txramc unable to tain his plaoe on the xvapon se.it. (oil otr. U Is thought that the he; loaded -srixpon must have him, as he was dead when found. the marks on the body of the di> seem to lr.dlca.tt 1 In that way,
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